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Abbey Lane, see St. Mary's Street

Abbeydale, 241

Abbot's Barton manor, see Barton Street

Abergavenny (Mon.), 17, 45, 129

Abingdon (Berks.), 128

Abloads Court, see Sandhurst

Abrahams, Amelia, 335

Aconbury Priory (Herefs.), 56

Adam ap Howel, 376

Adam son of Roger, 371

Adam the Welshman, 371

Adams:
-, Alice, see Cadle
-, John, 392
-, Thos. (fl. 1527), 392
-, Thos. (d.1621), 377

Addison, T.F., 225

Agnes the beadle, 406

agricultural implements, manufacture of, 175, 179, 189

Ailesgate Street, see Eastgate Street

Ailwin the mercer, 22, 28–9

aircraft, manufacture of, 4, 170, 185–6, 188, 238

airfields, see Churchdown; Hucclecote

Aldermaston (Berks.), 396

aldermen, see borough and city government

alehouses, see inns

Alexander, John, 319, 323

Aleyn, see Allen

Alfgar, Earl, 12

Alfield:
-, Rob., 318
-, Thos., 317

Alington, Revd. John W., 210, 314, 342

All Saints' parish, 14, 70–1
-, adv., 293
-, benefice, 292–3, 300
-, chant., 294
-, char. for poor, 359, 361
-, ch., 10–11, 14, 100, 122, 249, 292, 293–4, 300
-, bldg. hist., 294

All Saints' (19th-cent.) parish, 312, 314
-, char. for poor, 359
-, ch. (in Barton Street), 311, 312

Allen (Aleyn):
-, A.E., 358
-, Edm., 375 n
-, John (d.1524), 53, 375
-, John (fl.1768), 434
-, Hen., 179
-, Thos., 433

almshouses (or hospitals), 3, 34, 39, 63, 82–3, 90, 92, 97, 111, 142, 146, 149, 286, 317, 351–6; and see leper hospitals; St. Bartholomew's Hospital; St. Kyneburgh's Hospital; St. Margaret's Hospital; St. Mary Magdelen's Hospital; United Hospitals

Alney Island, 63, 67, 96, 131, 136, 176, 193, 241, 243, 410

Alvin gate, see gates and walls

Alvin Street (formerly Fete Lane), 9, 67, 121, 168, 231, 240, 364

Alvington, 331

Anchor Alley, see Turnstile Alley

anchorites and anchoresses, 296, 316–17

Anderson, W. E. Ellery, 315–16

Andover, Ralph of, 372

Andrew:
-, John, 374
-, Maur., 374

Andrews, Ric., 407

animal feed and fertilizer, manufacture of, 179, 188–9

Anlep:
-, John, see Head
-, John of, 373

Anne (Queen), 251

Anne (of Bohemia), queen of Ric. II, 20

Anne a' Deane, 395

anti-vaccination movement, 200

Antwerp, 23, 182

Apostolic Church, 334

apothecaries, 80, 105, 125, 133, 269, 272, 285, 291, 378–80, 399, 435

apothecary:
-, Phil. the, see Philip the spicer
-, Rob. the, see Robert the spicer

apprenticeship, see borough and city government

Aram:
-, Eliz., 296
-, Thos., 378

Archdeacon Meadow, 67, 193, 406 n

Archdeacon (or Deacon) Street (formerly Leather Bottle Lane), 66, 151, 169, 194–5, 202, 211, 221, 237, 240, 364

architects, 140, 165, 223, 235; and see Anderson, W. E. Ellery; Ashwell, B. J.; Bell, Chas.; Blackburn, Wm.; Blount, Gilb.; CachemailleDay, N.F.; Christian, Ewan; Collingwood, John; Cooke, Jas.; Culliford, V.H.; Dancey, H.A.; Daukes, Sam. Whitfield; Dunn, Alf.; Franklin, Wm.; Fulljames, Thos. (d. 1874); Fulljames and Waller; Giles, John; Giles, John, and Gough; Gribble, Chas.; Haigh, Bartin; Hamilton, J.R.; Hunt, G.H.; Hutchinson, Hen.; Jacques, John; Jacques, John, & Son; Jacques, Wm.; Jellicoe, G.A.; Jones & Son; Kempthorne, Sampson; Kent, Wm.; Kerridge & Sons; Leah, Wm.; Maberly, A.W.; Madox, G.V.; Medland, Jas.; Medland, M.H.; Medland and Maberly; Medland & Son; Moffat, W.B.; Niblett, Francis; Overbury, Thos.; Planck, Wal.; Potter, Rob.; Price, Wm. (d. 1815); Pritchett, J.P.; Rickman, Thos.; Roberts, Wm.; Scott, Geo. Gilb.; Searle & Son; Sims, Jos.; Smirke, Rob.; Smirke, Sydney; Stark, Wm.; Stratton-Davis, Harold; Tait, Brian; Tait, Jas.; Trew, J. Fletcher; Tripp, Capel N.; Waller, F.S.; Waller, F.W.; Waller, N.H.; Waller & Son; Wheeler, John; Wood, John; Wood, Wal. B.; Woodward, Edw.; Woodward, Thos.

Arden, Ric., 400

Argentina, trade with, 179

Arlingham, 53, 121

Arnold (fl. early 13th cent.), 371

Arnold:
-, Ant., 378
-, Dorothy, m. Sir Thos Lucy, 392
-, John, 392
-, Marg., 392
-, Sir Nic., 392
-, Rob., 130
-, Rowland, 392

Ashwell:
-, B.J., 284
-, Ric., 373

Asplyn, Thos., 375

Assemblies of God, see Pentecostal Churches

Aston:
-, Ric. of (fl. 1316), 372
-, Ric. of (fl. 1336, ? same as preceding), 373
-, Rob. of, 373
-, Wm. of, 372

Athelstan, king of the W. Saxons, 12

Atkyns:
-, Eliz., see Roberts
-, Louise, 423
-, Marg., 422
-, Ric. (d. 1530), 52
-, Ric. (d. 1610), 394, 422, 428
-, Ric. (d. 1636), 394, 422, 429
-, Ric. (fl. 1646, 1670), 394, 422
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1710), 422
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1711), 422–3
-, Thos. (d. 1552), 299, 394, 422
-, Thos. (fl. 1588), 86–7

attorneys, see lawyers

Attwood, Ric. Wm., 394

Atwell, Hugh, 356

Austin, Eliz., 308, 362

Australia, export to, 174

Avenel:
-, Douce, 396
-, Marg., 396
-, Ralph, 396
-, Wm., 396

Avonmouth, see Bristol

Awre, 336, 352
-, Blakeney, 294
-, Gatcombe, 43, 78, 126, 128

Aylburton, see Lydney

Bacon:
-, Rob., 100–1
-, Sampson, 108, 117, 323

Baddeley, Florence, 349

Badger:
-, John (fl. 1620), 399
-, John (fl. 1670s), 323
-, fam., 400

Badgeworth, 275, 302, 385, 432
-, Little Witcombe, 321

Badminton, 113

Bagendon, 323

Bailey (Bayley):
-, F.T., rector of St. John the Baptist, 271, 344
-, Mic., 379

bailiffs, see borough and city government

Baker:
-, John, 310
-, Sam., 173, 223, 254
-, Simon, 297

Baker's Quay, see docks

bakers, 49, 51, 76, 109, 111, 125, 172, 176, 376–7
-, trade company, 59, 76, 80–1

Baldwin:
-, Stanley, 182
-, Mr. (?Steph.), 250 n

Balfour, Wm., vicar of St. Nicholas, 309

Ball, Rog. (fl. 1394, 1428, ? more than one), 32, 373, 441

Balme, J.N., 229

Baltic Sea, trade with, 42, 126–7, 137, 173

Balun, John de, 20

Banbury:
-, John, 37, 41–3, 62, 373
-, Wal. s. of Wal., 436

Banbury (Oxon.), 17

banking, 3, 105, 124, 133, 140–1, 177, 181, 380–1
-, bank bldgs., 4, 161–3, 221, 223, 233, 237, 249, Plate 11
-, bankers, 105, 125–6, 133, 135, 140–1, 145, 153, 162, 167, 177, 206, 413
-, savings bank, 156, 212, 223

Banknot:
-, Wal. (fl. 1440s), 374
-, Wal. (fl. 1450s, another), 62 n

Baptists, 117, 209, 214, 226, 319, 320–2, 324, 364, 437, 447
-, Particular Baptists, 322
-, sch., 340, 342

Barber (Barbour):
-, Ric., 304
-, Wm., 328, 350

Barbican hill, see castle

Barbican Road, 245, 247, 364

Barbour, see Barber

Barkworth & Spaldin, firm of, 173

Barnard, John, 108

Barnes:
-, Thos., 362
-, Wm., 406

Barnfield, John, 52

Barnstaple (Devon), 77

Barnwood, Thos. of, 372

Barnwood, 171, 176, 208, 216, 218, 220, 267–8, 313, 408, 410–22
-, agric., 416
-, Barnwood Ct., 141, 153, 214, 411, 413–15, 418–19
-, Barnwood Ho., 414
-, as Barnwood Ho. Hosp., see hospitals, mental hosp.
-, benefice, 414, 417–18
-, boundaries, 1, 171, 204, 382–4, 410, 430
-, char. for poor, 420
-, ch., 303, 311–12, 315, 411, 417–19 bldg. hist., 418–19
-, ch. ho., 411, 417
-, Coney Hill, q.v.
-, ct., 403, 409, 417
-, cross, 419
-, curates, 414, 417–18
-, early settlement hist., 222, 411
-, farms, 416
-, fields, 382, 415, 435
-, inc., 405, 410–11, 416
-, inns, 411, 417
-, lands in, 274, 393, 398, 443
-, man., 235, 393, 402–3, 411, 413–15, 417
-, man. ho., see Barnwood, Barnwood Ct.
-, mills, 400, 414–17
-, nonconf., 323, 326, 419
-, office development in, 190
-, poor relief, 417
-, pop., 411
-, rectory (and tithes), 414–15, 417–18
-, roads, 385, 410–11
-, schs., 339, 341, 411, 418–20
-, suburban development in, 230, 235, 238, 241, 411, 414, 417
-, trades, 417
-, vicars, 418–19, 446
-, vicarage ho., 411, 414, 418

Baron (Barron):
-, John, 156, 380
-, W.S., & Son (later Simon-Barron Ltd.), 182, 186, 188

barracks, see militia barracks

Barret (Barrett):
-, Ric., 44, 373
-, Thos., 371

Barrington, Little, 155

barristers, see lawyers

Barron, see Baron

Barrow, Chas., 141, 152–3, 371

Barrow in Furness (Lancs.), 173

Barse, Thos., 298

Barston, Edw., 79

Barton:
-, John, 374
-, J.E., 321

barton:
-, Alf. of the, 407
-, Denise of the, m. Hen. of Lasborough, 407

Barton Street (hamlet and street), 1, 10, 58, 110, 154, 335, 359, 364, 382, 389, 406
-, Abbot's Barton man., 56, 67, 392–3, 394, 399–403, 406, 411, 440–1, 443, 445
-, ct., 408–9
-, site (barton), 65, 67, 168, 389, 393, 408
-, agric., 103, 401–5
-, Barton End, 168, 225, 321, 327, 329, 339
-, ch. at, see St. James par.
-, Barton Fair, see fairs
-, Barton St. Mary, 168, 303, 382, 384, 408–9
-, bd. of health, 197, 267, 410
-, Barton St. Michael, 168, 305, 382, 408–9
-, bd. of health, 197, 267, 410
-, boundaries, 191, 197, 382–4
-, ch. at, see All Saints' (19th-cent.) parish
-, early settlement hist., 67, 121, 159–60, 389
-, inns, 389, 408
-, King's Barton manor (or liberty), 9, 18, 20–1, 59–60, 261, 386, 390–1, 400–2, 406–8, 440–1
-, ct., 408, 445
-, site (barton), 65, 389, 391
-, and see Dudstone and King's Barton hundred
-, lands in, 294, 306, 392, 397, 401
-, mills, 131, 401–2, 406–8
-, Morin's Mill, 131, 355, 407–8
-, Whitegoose Mill, 175, 407
-, named as address, 126, 354, 393, 395
-, nonconf., 320, 324–5, 327, 329, 331, 334
-, poor relief, 409–10
-, roads, 244, 385–6, 409
-, suburban development in, 67, 159–60, 162, 168, 170, 224–5, 228–9, 234, 267, 389
-, World's End, 262 n, 389

Baskerville, Thos., curate of Barnwood, 418

Bath, 119, 129, 138, 269, 308, 385

Batherne:
-, Marg., see Kirby
-, Rog., 393

baths, public, see borough and city government, public services

Bathurst:
-, Allen, Ld. Bathurst, 423
-, Benj., 152

Baugh, John, 317, 355, 371, 377

Baverton, Edm. of, 372

Baxter, Ric., 92

Bayley, see Bailey

Baylis:
-, Benj., 380
-, Edw., 131, 379
-, John, 131, 379
-, fam., 145
-, and see Tanner and Baylis

Bazeley, Wm., rector of Matson, 446

beadle, Agnes the, see Agnes

Beale:
-, Dorothea, 285
-, Geof., 377
-, John, 324, 397
-, Miles (d. 1713), 397
-, Miles (d. 1748), 397
-, Thos. (d. 1784), 39
-, Revd. Thos. (d. 1805), 397–8, 400

Beard, Ric., 377 and see Kirby, Beard, & Co.

Bearland, 65, 121–2, 240, 249, 260, 265, 268, 364

Bearland House, 123, 226, 338, 348

Beauchamp:
-, Anne, m. Ric. Lygon, 397
-, Ric., later Ld. Beauchamp, 21, 397

Beaufort, dukes of, see Somerset, Hen. and Hen. Chas.

Beaumont, Hen. de, earl of Warwick, 422

Bedford, 26, 188

Beech, Wal., 309

Belgium, see Antwerp; Flanders

Bell:
-, Chas., 327
-, Joan, 242, 290–2, 302, 355, 366, 407
-, John, 379
-, Thos. (d. 1560 or 1561), 40, 376
-, Thos. (later Sir Thos., d. 1566), 40, 53–4, 75, 121, 290, 301–2, 304, 311, 368–71, 376, 407, Plate 5 almsho. and char. founded by, 83, 242–3, 265, 292, 296, 316, 352, 354–6, 260, 407
-, Wm., 379
-, and see Clayton and Bell

Bell (formerly Travel) Lane, 65, 225, 239, 364, 367

bellfounder:
-, Hugh the, see Hugh
-, Thos. the, see Thomas

bellfounders and bellfounding, see metal working

Bellow, John, 298, 301

Bellows, John, 181, 216, 226

Bell's Place, see Dominican friary, site and bldgs.

Bennett:
-, Edith, m. Wm. Selwyn, 396
-, Leon., 395–6
-, Thos., 52 n
-, Wm., 103

Bennetts, John, 325

Benson, Martin, bp. of Glouc., 158, 269, 283–7, 352

Berkeley:
-, Chas. Paget, 206
-, Fred. Augustus, earl of Berkeley, 389
-, Mary, see Cole
-, Maur. de, Ld. Berkeley (d. 1326), 20–1
-, Maur. de (d. 1347), 279 n
-, Maur., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1523), 291
-, Maur. Fred., 153, 205–7
-, Norborne, 269
-, Rog. de, 15

Berkeley, 43, 50, 135, 281
-, Sharpness, 177, 181–3, 185–6, 199, 254, 257, 273, 332

Berkeley Street (formerly Broadsmith Street and Catherine Wheel Lane), 8, 26, 38, 65, 70, 365

Berkshire, see Abingdon; Aldermaston; Clewer; Sonning; Windsor

Best, Thos., 376

Bethel United Church of Jesus Christ, 334

Bewdley (Worcs.), 43–4, 76, 104, 127–8, 135

Bezille, Maci de, 20

Bible Christians, 333

Bicknor:
-, Alex. of, 22, 27, 32, 372
-, Wal. of, 372

Bicknor, English, 133

Biddell (Biddle):
-, John (fl. 1640s), master of Crypt sch., 92, 101
-, John (fl. 1830), 254

Bigland, Ralph, 285

Binning:
-, Moses, 314
-, Wm., 408

Birchall:
-, E.V.D., 400
-, J.D., 400
-, Linda, m. C.H. Verey, 400
-, Violet, 400

Bird:
-, John (fl. 1639), master of Crypt sch., 90, 92
-, John (fl. 1818), 139, 254–5
-, Wm., 364

Birdlip:
-, Nic., 42, 373
-, Wm., 373

Birdwood, see Churcham

Birmingham, 135, 175, 180, 188, 254 coaches and carriers to, 129–30, 138 merchants of, 135, 137, 174, 225, 254
-, rly. to, 172–3
-, trade with, 126, 137, 171, 185

Birmingham and Gloucester railway, 171–3, 254–5, 431

Bishop:
-, Ric., 434
-, Wm., (fl. 1794, 1832), 324
-, Wm., (fl. 1801, another), 306

Bisley:
-, Hugh of, 443
-, John (fl. 1393, 1401), 373
-, John (fl. 1417, 1428, ? another), 373
-, Thos. of, 373

Bisley, 14

Bitton, 325

Blackburn, Wm., 247

Blackfriars, see Dominican friary

Blackleech, Abraham, 285, 356

Blackwell:
-, Hen. of, 58
-, John, 379
-, Sam., 391

Blake, Jas., 218

Blakeney, see Awre

Blakeway, Geo. Sheffield, town clerk of Glouc., 371

Blanch:
-, Anne, w. of Wm., m. 2 Sam. Walbank, 398
-, John (d. 1725), 128, 388, 398, 408
-, John (d. 1756), 126, 158, 307, 354, 362
-, Mary, m. Thos. Horton, 398
-, Wm. (d. 1758), 398
-, Wm. (d. 1766), 398
-, fam., 354

Bland, Sam., 200, 213

Blenheim (later Vauxhall) Gardens, 157, 168, 213, 217, 229

blind gate, see gates and walls

Blinkhorn:
-, John, 219
-, Rob., 176

Blinkhorn Ltd., see shops and stores

Blizard, Thos., 417

Bloomfield, John, 201, 321

Blount, Gilb., 318

Bluecoat school (or Hospital), see education, secondary educ., Sir Thos. Rich's sch.

Blunt, Ric. le, 372

Boatman, Wm., 38

Boddington, 397

Bohun:
-, Cecily de, 397
-, Hen. de, earl of Heref., 15, 396
-, Humph. de, earl of Heref. and Essex (d. 1275), 316
-, Humph. de, earl of Heref. (d. 1361), 281 n
-, Marg. de, 395–6
-, Mary de, m. Hen. of Lancaster, later Hen. IV, 396
-, Maud de, 316
-, fam., 289

Bole, John le, see Lucas

Boleyn, Anne, queen of Hen. VIII, 21–2

Bolt Lane, see Longsmith Street

Bon Marché, see shops and stores

Bond:
-, F.T., 349
-, Wm. (d. 1565), 376
-, Wm. (fl. 1823), 337

Boneson, Wm., 374

Bonnor, Thos., 132

booksellers, 91, 119, 132, 216, 378–9

Boothall, Owen of, see Windsor

Boothall (or guildhall), 35, 38, 56, 64, 163, 248, 319, 331
-, as co. hall, 248
-, bldg. hist., 246, 248, 356, Plate 37
-, cts. held at, 33, 147, 248
-, entertainments at, 154, 219, 248
-, inn (or hotel), see inns
-, mkt. held at, 25, 45, 58, 64, 143, 248, 260

borough and city government, 28–35, 54–9, 82–9, 98–9, 112–17, 141–52, 191–205
-, aldermen, 2–3, 38, 54, 55, 61, 84–5, 86–8, 93, 98, 112, 114–16, 142, 147, 149–50, 191, 192, 196–7, 203, 204, 336, 351
-, as J.P.s (magistrates), 2, 54, 74, 77, 79, 83, 85, 88–9, 91, 98–101, 116, 141–2, 148–51, 155–6, 265–6, 268, 273
-, list of aldermen 1483–1835, 374–81
-, occupations and status, 53, 81, 84, 110, 126, 131, 133, 140, 145, 375–81
-, alehouses, regulation of, see inns
-, apprenticeship, 57, 59, 74, 80, 96, 125, 131, 144, 148, 152–3
-, char. for, see charities
-, bailiffs, 2, 17, 19, 26, 29–32, 33–6, 43, 59–62, 251, 369–70
-, as sheriffs, after 1483, see borough and city government, sheriffs
-, list of bailiffs 1200–1483, 371–4
-, occupations and status, 22, 27–8, 32, 53, 372–4 nn
-, bellmen, 55, 192, 268
-, bd. of health, 150–1, 266, 272; and see Barton Street, Barton St. Mary and Barton St. Michael; borough and city government, corporation; Kingsholm, Kingsholm St. Catherine
-, bridewell (or ho. of correction), 83, 150, 244, 341
-, burgess rights and freemen, 31, 34–5, 51, 57–9, 61–2, 80–1, 84, 86, 97, 109, 142, 147, 159–60, 268, 336
-, commoning rights, 60–1, 67, 193–4, 358–9
-, freemen in parl. elections, 109, 115, 144, 152–3, 206
-, chamberlain (from 1672), 116, 142, 195
-, chamberlains, see borough and city government, stewards
-, char. trustees, municipal, 191–3, 240, 309, 335–7, 351, 353, 356–9, 393, 397, 407–8, 424
-, charters and privileges, 17, 19–21, 28–34, 84–5, 88, 113–14, 116, 250, 259, 261
-, 1200 charter, 2, 17, 19, 29–33, 57, 371
-, 1483 charter, 2, 21, 36–8, 44, 54–6, 84, 370, 374
-, city status, 2, 13, 41, 204
-, civic ceremonial, feasts, etc., 22, 40, 56–7, 90, 109, 119, 145–6, 155, 213, 216, 283, 336, 357
-, coat of arms, 52, 248–9, 368
-, commune, 29
-, coroners, 29–30, 33, 55, 191
-, corporation, passim, particularly in govt. sections from 1483
-, as bd. of health (later urban sanitary authority), 4, 170, 192, 195–6, 199–200, 203–5, 263–7
-, as burial bd., 195, 268–9
-, as local educ. authority, 201–5, 328, 337, 339–41, 346–50
-, as port sanitary authority, 199–200, 273
-, char., almshouses, and schs., administration of, 3, 34, 63, 82–3, 111, 116, 142, 144, 146, 152, 170, 191, 252, 308, 335–7, 351–8, 369, 424
-, city economy, encouragement and protection of, 75–6, 96, 108, 127–9, 135, 138, 182, 212
-, city improvements and expansion, role in, 80, 117, 121, 124, 141–3, 149, 161–2, 165, 169–70, 195–6, 197–8, 199, 202, 205, 225–6, 229–31, 234, 237; and see below, housing schemes
-, city property, 36–7, 40, 56, 98, 120–1, 142, 152, 155, 160–1, 165, 167–8, 192–3, 196, 214, 245, 291, 396, 407
-, estates (outlying), 56, 99, 116, 336, 393, 396–8, 403, 424, 441
-, finances, 85–6, 98–9, 116, 142–4, 192, 193, 196–8, 203–5, 265, 336
-, hosp. management, 200, 202–3, 269–73
-, housing schemes, 4, 170, 202, 204–5, 238, 240–1, 394, 396, 413, 424, 442
-, incorporation of, 2, 37, 54
-, leisure facilities, provision of, 202, 205, 215, 217–20
-, mkt. and fairs, management of, 143–4, 259–62
-, occupations and status of members, 77–8, 110, 113, 118, 140, 145; and see borough and city government, aldermen
-, parl. elections, role in, 86, 88, 115, 146, 152–3
-, political divisions, 86–7, 113–15, 191–2, 196–8, 200–1, 203–4
-, public bldgs., maintenance of, 242–3, 246, 248–9, 251–2, 294–6, 307, 311
-, public services, role in, 4, 192, 195, 197, 199, 202–5, 262–8, 275 n, 385
-, purged by Crown, 3, 113–14, 377–8
-, puritans on, 89–90, 100
-, reform of (1835), 4, 170, 191–2, 370
-, council:
-, 1483–1835 (common council), 54–5, 58, 80, 84, 86, 116, 142, 145, 249, 336
-, after 1835 (city council), 190–2, 195–8, 200–1, 203–4, 240, 249
-, co. boro. status, 2, 170, 198, 204
-, courts, 3, 29–30, 84, 97–8, 172
-, ct. of requests (or conscience, later county ct.), 116, 147, 191
-, hundred ct. (or ct. leet) and view of frankpledge, 17, 29–32, 33–4, 54, 55, 58, 84, 85, 116, 146, 147, 248
-, orphans' ct., 84–5
-, piepowder (or sheriffs') ct., 56, 84–5, 116, 147, 249,
-, quarter sessions, 85, 116, 142, 146, 150, 191, 248–9
-, district status, 170, 204
-, elections, municipal, 191–2, 196, 198, 200–1, 203–4
-, fee farm, 2, 17, 20–1, 28–9, 31–2, 36, 55, 99, 143
-, gaol, 33, 150, 192, 226, 244, 268, 316, 356–9, 361
-, guild, merchant, 28–9, 34, 57, 247, 369
-, high steward, 142, 192; and see Cecil, Rob.; Cecil, Wm.; Cromwell, Oliver; Howard, Chas.
-, improvement Acts and commissioners, 141–2, 149, 162–3, 194–5, 223, 245, 250, 259, 265–6, 295
-, inshire (co. of city), 2–3, 54, 84–5, 98, 101, 112–13, 409
-, disputes with co. gentry over, 73, 80, 87–8, 97, 99
-, insignia, civic, 249, 285, 370, Plate 23
-, maces, 33, 61–2, 370
-, swords and sword bearer, 54–5, 368, 370
-, jurisdictional disputes with religious houses, 60–2, 275
-, J.P.s, 30, 32, 54, 114, 150, 191–2, 198, 207, 211, 275; and see borough and city government, aldermen
-, landgavel, 9, 19, 28–9, 36, 62
-, lordship of boro., 18–20, 245, 250, 390
-, mayor, 2, 31, 37, 54, 55–6, 61, 84, 86–7, 109, 112–16, 142, 144–7, 150, 191–2, 196, 201, 203–4, 242, 351, 369–70, 374
-, murage and muragers, 23, 33, 35, 41, 60, 244
-, par. govt. (and vestries), 98, 117, 141–2, 149–50, 193–4, 198, 263, 265–6, 268
-, par. poor relief, 82–3, 97–8, 111–12, 147–9
-, perambulation of boundaries, 56–7, 61, 67, 145–6, 192
-, pillory, 65, 150
-, plate, civic, 93, 370–1
-, poor relief and pauperism, 3, 56, 74–5, 82–4, 97–8, 111–12, 147–9, 157, 194, 198, 203
-, par. poor relief, see borough and city government, par. govt.
-, poor-law corp. (governor and guardians of the poor), 112, 116, 147–9, 150, 194–6, 264, 266, 275, 339, 341–2, 388, 409
-, workhouse (of poor-law corp.), 112, 148, 150, 194, 221, 341
-, and see Gloucester poor-law union
-, porters, 33, 39, 55, 58, 244
-, 'portmen', 48–9, 57–8
-, public services, 170, 191, 194–7, 199, 202–5, 262–9, 275
-, baths, public, 195, 202, 218, 220
-, cemeteries, 195, 205, 268–9, 293, 335, 413
-, electricity supply, 202, 204–5, 233, 264, 266
-, fire service, 117, 202, 205, 267–8, 295
-, gas supply, 252–3, 257, 264, 266
-, lighting, 149, 194–6, 199, 264, 266
-, paving and street-repair, 35–6, 56, 64, 144, 149, 192, 194–5, 205, 264–5
-, scavenging, 56, 59, 149, 194, 205, 265–6
-, sewerage and drainage, 194–7, 199, 204–5, 266–7
-, watching and police, 151, 172, 192, 203, 268
-, water supply, 35, 56, 62, 66, 117, 149, 152, 194–6, 199, 203–5, 230, 250, 262–4, 422, 436
-, and see libraries; museums; parks and gardens; roads and road transport, buses and tramways
-, recorder, 40, 55, 84–6, 88–9, 113, 142, 150, 191–2; and see Howard, Chas.; Lane, Thos.; Lenthall, Wm.; Morton, Sir Wm.; Oldisworth, Wm.; Pate, Ric.; Somers, John; Trinder, Chas.; Yorke, Phil.
-, reeve, 28–9, 31
-, sch. bd., 200–1, 340, 342, 346–8
-, seals, 32, 34, 52, 54, 368, 369, 370
-, serjeants (later serjeants-at-mace), 33, 55, 61–2, 268, 370
-, slum clearance, 4, 170, 199, 231, 237, 240
-, sheriffs (and bailiffs), 54–5, 84, 143–4, 146–7, 191, 196, 204, 369 n, 370, 374
-, special drainage districts, 267
-, stewards (or chamberlains), 32–3, 34–5, 54–6, 84, 86, 99, 116, 249, 251, 265
-, tolls, 24, 29, 32, 36, 43–4, 58, 60, 62, 86, 105, 110, 142–4, 193, 243, 260
-, town clerk, 33, 55–6, 84–5, 88, 113, 116, 142, 192, 205, 249; and see Blakeway, Geo. Sheffield; Dorney, John; Powell, Sir John and Thos.; Robins, Hen.; Stephens, Thos.; Wilton, Hen. Hooper and Rob. Pleydell
-, trade companies, 3, 34, 39–40, 52–3, 58–9, 79, 80–1, 89, 97, 103, 109, 145, 147, 244, 251, 296, 299, 306, 316
-, treasurer, 142, 144–5, 192–3, 205, 336
-, vagrants, action against, 56, 74, 83, 98, 111, 194, 203
-, wards, 35, 58, 112, 147, 191, 197–8, 203–4, 268, 356
-, water bailiff, 143, 251, 253, 370

Boulter, Dr. (fl. 1756), 295

boundaries (boro. and city), 1, 61, 66–8, 134, 170–1, 191, 197–8, 202–4, 227, 241–2, 246–7, 250, 340–1, 383–4, 410, 420, 430, 438

Bourchier, Ant., 299, 306, 309

Boure, Nic. ate, 373

Bower:
-, Edw., 381
-, John, 285
-, Thos., 375

Bowles, H.M., rector of St. Aldate, 343

Bowling Green House, see Franciscan friary, site and bldgs.

bowling greens, 80, 97, 107, 157, 162, 217–18, 239, 246, 291, 393, 439, 442, Plate 43

Bowly, Sam., 211, 225, 230, 332

Bown, Job, 324

Bowyer, John, 168

Box, John, 380

Boyce, Harold Leslie, 185

Boyfeld (Boyfield):
-, John, abbot of Glouc., 60
-, John of (bailiff), 27–8, 372–3

Bradston (Bradeston):
-, Eliz., see Pirton
-, John, 433
-, Thos. de, 20, 279 n, 391

Brain, Caroline, 370

Bramshall, Ric. of, see Recevour, Ric le

Branch, Thos., 379

Brasenose College, see Oxford

Brecon, 17, 44, 129, 138, 178

Breconshire, see Brecon; Builth

Brereton:
-, Revd. Jos., 350, 423
-, Revd. Ric., 399
-, (later Westfaling), Thos., 399
-, fam., 398

Bretherton, Jas., 229

Brethren, 322–3
-, Christian Brethren, 322–3, 330
-, Exclusive Brethren, 323

Brett, Hen., 89, 92, 94, 378

Brewer, Alf. Herbert, 216

brewers and brewing, 49, 51, 53, 76–7, 96, 109, 139, 141, 176, 180, 245, 291, 374 n, 375–8, 432

Brewster:
-, John (d. 1610), 377
-, John (d. 1649), 377

Brickhampton:
-, Isabel, 392
-, Wal., 298–9, 392

Brickhampton, see Churchdown

brickmaking, 96, 109, 122, 131–2, 176, 180, 224, 231, 234, 421, 436

Bride Lane, 8, 66, 365

Bridge, Thos., 374

Bridges (Brydges):
-, Agnes, see Warminster
-, Giles, Ld. Chandos, 88
-, Grey, Ld. Chandos, 398
-, John (d. 1437) 281 n
-, John (d. 1483), 299
-, Marg., 413
-, Thos., 443

bridges, 20, 45, 54, 61, 66, 144, 242–3, 246, 385–6
-, Foreign bridge, 9, 64, 66, 122, 242
-, Over causeway, 39, 67, 149, 239, 242, 243, Plate 40
-, Westgate bridge, 15, 36, 42, 44, 64, 122, 142–3, 149, 151, 163, 239, 242–3, 245, 251, 308, Plate 41

Bridgeward, Wal., 242

Bridgnorth (Salop.), 43, 128, 261

Bridgwater (Som.), 128, 137

Bridport (Dors.), 45

Brimmell, Wm., 140

Brimpsfield, 19, 352

Bristol, bp. of, 401

Bristol, dean and chapter of, 296, 297 n., 401, 434, 436–7

Bristol, 13, 16–18, 40, 74, 98, 100, 112, 119, 333
-, Avonmouth, 177
-, Baptist ch., 320
-, bellfounders of, 302, 310, 447
-, coaches and carriers to, 129–30, 138
-, corp., 358
-, economic dependence of Glouc. on, 3, 16, 23, 42–4, 75, 103–4, 125
-, glassmakers of, 132
-, Infirmary, 269
-, merchants of, 173–4, 207, 389, 413
-, pinmaker of, 76
-, port, 43, 77, 177, 182–3
-, Quaker meeting at, 117
-, rlys. to, 172
-, University, 349–50
-, road to, 39, 65, 129, 385, 421
-, St. Augustine's Abbey, 401
-, stone and slag from, 129, 136
-, sugar refiners of, 132
-, trade with, 3, 23–4, 35, 41–4, 76–8, 83, 90, 96, 103, 108, 126, 128, 189

Bristol Road, 197–8, 244, 264, 314–15, 383, 385–6, 420
-, ch. in, see St. Luke the Less parish
-, ind. development in, 174, 178–9, 181–2, 184, 187, 227, 234, 240, 420
-, nonconf., 320, 328–9
-, public services, 199, 263, 265, 267, 422
-, suburban development in, 69, 165, 167, 170, 184, 224, 227, 234, 420, 422

British Transport Commission, 186–7, 258

British Waterways Board, 187, 258

Broad, Mary, 359

Broadboard brook, see Hatherley brook

Broadsmith Street, see Berkeley Street

Broadwas (Worcs.), 323

Brockworth, 87, 208, 218, 264, 318, 345
-, airfield, see Hucclecote
-, Cooper's Hill, 325

Brook:
-, Ric., rector of Matson, 446
-, Simon, 373
-, Susan, m. Ambrose Willoughby, 441

brook, Alex. of the, 372

Brook Street, see Station Road

Brookthorpe, 438

Brookwood, Wm., 374

Broom's Green, see Dymock

Broseley (Salop.), 136

Brown (Browne):
-, Alf., 333
-, Chas., 400
-, Gopsill, 174
-, Hen. (d. 1637), 377
-, Hen. (fl. 1659), 352
-, John (d. 1593), 79, 377
-, John, (d. 1638), 88, 356, 377
-, John (fl. before 18th cent., another), 307
-, John (fl. 1767), 326
-, Sam., 355, 360, 379
-, Sarah, 356
-, Steph. (fl. 1294), 372
-, Steph. (fl. 1317, 1332, ? another), 28 n. 372–3
-, Thos. (fl. 1687, 1721), 332, 336, 378
-, Thos. (fl. 1694, ? same as preceding), 108
-, Wm., (fl. 1335), 373
-, Wm. (fl. 1807), 370

Brown & Sons, 137

Browning, John, 432

Brunel, I.K., 172

Brunswick Road (formerly Parker's Row), 67, 165, 226, 233, 260, 365

Brunswick Square, 165

brushmaking, 131, 140–1, 176, 180, 380

Bruton:
-, Hen., 177
-, Jas. (later Sir Jas.), 179, 208–9, 371, Plate 23

Bruton, Knowles, & Co., 261

Bryan:
-, John, 284, 310
-, fam., 290

Bryant & May, firm of, 181, 187

Brydges, see Bridges

Brymor, Rob., 52 n

Bubb:
-, Wm., 114, 378
-, fam., 411

Buchanan, Jas., 140
-, and see Cox & Buchanan

Buckholt wood, 402–3, 413, 415, 443

Buckland, Thos., 374

builders, 127, 130, 140, 160, 165, 167–9, 172, 176, 180, 183, 224, 299

building society, see clubs and societies

Builth (Brec.), 19

Bulgeres Lane, 365

Bull (formerly Gore) Lane, 65, 365

Bulley, 325

Bullo Pill, see Newnham

Bullock:
-, E. T., 394
-, Toby, 377

Burbage, John 50 n

Burdett-Coutts, Angela, 227

Bures:
-, Hawise de, see Mucegros
-, John de, 397

Burford (Oxon.), 128

Burgess, John, 360

burgess:
-, Hen. the, see Henry
-, Ric. the, see Richard
-, Wm. the, see William

Burgh, John de, 396

Burghley, Lord, see Cecil, Wm.

burial board, see borough and city government, corporation

Burr:
-, Dan. Higford Davall, 315, 344, 396, 428
-, Thos. Higford, 406

Burroughs:
-, Benj., 401
-, Sam. (? fl. early 18th cent.), 360
-, Sam. (fl. 1753, another), 126, 360

Burton-upon-Trent (Staffs.), 177

buses, see roads and road transport

Bush, John, 131, 290, 380

But (Butt):
-, Hartley K., 360
-, Rob., 373

Butcher, Thos., see Robins

butchers, 49, 51, 59, 69, 125, 130, 143, 162–3, 172, 193, 251, 259–60, 265, 405–6, 435
-, trade company, 59, 80, 109, 251

Butchers' Row, see Westgate Street

Butler, Wm., 373

Butt, see But

Bye:
-, And., 375
-, Thos., 374

Bysaak, Mic., 283

Cachemaille-Day, N.F., 313

Cadbury Bros., 185

Cadivor, Wal., 371

Cadle:
-, Alice, m. John Adams, 392
-, Emme, m. John Hyett, 392
-, Eve, 391–2
-, Simon, 391

Cadoxton (Glam.), 127

Caernarvonshire, see Portmadoc

Calderwood, Leon., 345

Calvus, Rob., 371

Cambridge, see Slimbridge

Cambridgeshire, see Ely; Wisbech

Camm Bros. (fl. 1880), 299

Campbell, Colin, 332

Campden, Chipping, 299

Canada, trade with, 137, 173

canals, 1, 171; and see Gloucester and Berkeley; Herefordshire and Gloucestershire; Stroudwater

Canning:
-, Frances, m. Edm. Herbert, 318, 399
-, Maria, m. Patrick Gordon-Canning, 399
-, Maria, see Cheston
-, Rob., 318, 399
-, and see Gordon-Canning

Canterbury, abps. of, 15; and see Laud, Wm.; Secker, Thos.; Stigand

Capel:
-, Chris. (d. 1626), 310, 377
-, Chris. (fl. 1699), 414
-, Edw., 389
-, John, 56, 242, 374–5
-, Wm., (fl. 1636, 1662), 352, 377, 413
-, Wm. (s. of preceding), 413
-, fam., 388

capping, 2, 37, 41, 45, 48, 51–4, 73, 75–6, 81, 290, 375–6

Carden, Sir Rob., 207

Cardiff, 133, 182

Carill, Thos., 379

Carmarthen, 45, 77

Carmarthenshire, see Carmarthen; Llandovery

Carmelite friary (Whitefriars), 17, 262, 397
-, site and bldgs., 67, 292, 355

Carpenter:
-, Audrey, 261
-, Rob., 261
-, Susannah, m. Strickland Lodge, 261

carriers, see roads and road transport

carter, Reynold the, see Reynold

Cartwright:
-, Marg. (fl. before 1704), 307, 362
-, Marg. (fl. 1724, another), 305

castle, 1, 13, 17, 19–21, 25–6, 65, 87, 95, 162–3, 244, 245–7, 250, 310, 383, 390, Plate 12
-, as co. gaol, 1, 246–7, 356, 358, 361
-, Barbican hill, 63, 223, 245–7, 364
-, chap., 246, 316
-, constable of, 20–1, 30, 245–7, 265
-, establishment of, 2, 8, 13, 18, 2456
-, works at, 23–4, 27, 32

Castle Lane, 65, 246–7, 365, 367

Castle Meads, 186, 237, 245, 264, 383, 395

cathedral, see Gloucester cathedral

Catherine Wheel Lane, see Berkeley Street

Cecil:
-, Rob., earl of Salisbury, high steward of Glouc., 88
-, Wm., Ld Burghley, high steward of Glouc., 88

cellar, Ric of the, 372

cemeteries, see borough and city government, public services

ceremonial, civic, see borough and city government

Chadborn, John, 165

Chamberlain (Chamberlayne):
-, Edm., 432
-, Hen. Ingles, 432
-, John, 432
-, Ric., 373
-, Thos. (later Sir Thos.), 40, 292, 290, 307, 432

Chance, Thos., 213

Chandler:
-, Powell, 407
-, Ric., 162

Chandos, Ld., see Bridges (Brydges), Giles and Grey

Chantrel:
-, John, 374
-, Wal., 374

chantries, 3, 15, 35, 39–40, 80, 292, 316–17, 352–3; and see All Saints; Holy Trinity; St. Aldate; St. John the Baptist; St. Mary de Crypt; St. Mary de Lode; St Michael; St. Nicholas; St. Oswald; St. Owen.

Chapel House, see St. Thomas the Martyr chapel

chapels, non-parochial, 14, 68, 246–7, 257, 269, 316–17; and see castle; docks, mariners' chap.; Kingsholm; Longford; St. Kyneburgh; St. Thomas; St. Thomas the Apostle; St. Thomas the Martyr; Saintbridge; Twigworth

Chapman, John, 376

charities, 151, 192, 356–64
-, administered by city corp., see borough and city government, corporation
-, char. trustees, municipal, see borough and city government
-, for apprenticeship, 336, 356–7, 359–60, 429, 438
-, for hosp. and medical care, 269–74
-, for loans to tradesmen, 75, 144, 146, 248, 356–8, 361–2
-, for sermons and prayers, 298–301, 304, 307, 353, 360
-, Freemen's Compensation Fund, 193, 358–9
-, nonconformist, 364
-, parochial, 111, 149, 359–64; and see under names of city and outlying parishes
-, and see almshouses

Charles I, 88, 93–4, 250, 442

Charles II, 251, 370

Charleton:
-, Shadrach (fl. 1783), 291
-, Shadrach (fl. 1825, 1831), master of Sir Thos. Rich's sch., 381

Charlotte (of Mecklenburg-Strelitz), queen of Geo. III, 442

charters, see borough and city government

Chartists, 212, 326

Chauvigny (Vienne, France), 277 n

Chedworth:
-, Edm. of, 373
-, John of, 373

Chedworth, 270

cheese, trade in, 103, 126, 130, 178, 259, 261–2

Cheke:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Lygon, 441
-, Marg., 441
-, Ric., 441

Cheltenham:
-, Alditha of, 300
-, Rob. of, 372
-, Wm. of, 32, 300, 372

Cheltenham, 30, 200, 215, 236, 273, 304, 335, 354, 356
-, as spa and leisure resort, 3, 154, 157, 171, 209
-, banks, 141, 177
-, coaches to, 138
-, corp., 202, 204, 264
-, Geo. III's visit to, 157, 270, 442
-, nonconf., 327–9, 332
-, rly. to, 172–3
-, roads to, 129, 385, 411, 431
-, schs. and colleges, 285, 349–50
-, trade and ind., 16, 50, 126, 180, 186
-, tramroad to, see Gloucester and Cheltenham tramroad

Cheltenham Road, 202, 230, 235, 238, 328

Chepstow (Mon.), 45, 50, 77, 128–9, 135, 173

Cherrington (Cherington):
-, Ric., 227, 407
-, Wm. of, prior of Llanthony, 289, 424

Cheshire, see Chester; Stockport

Chester, 44

Cheston:
-, Jos., 379, 399
-, Revd. Jos. Bonnor, 399
-, Maria, m. 1 Rob. Canning, 2 Alex. Wright Daniel, 399
-, Mary, 399
-, Rebecca, 399
-, Ric. Browne, 388, 399

Chetwood, Knightly, dean of Glouc., 283

Cheverel, John 373

Chew, Hugh of, 373

Chippenham (Wilts.), 413

cholera epidemics, see plagues and epidemics

Chose, Wm., 372

Christ Church, see St. Mary de Crypt parish, ch.

Christ Church parish, 312, 360
-, ch. (at the Spa), 165, 300, 311, 312, 314
-, perp. curate, see Holmes, Rob.
-, sch., 271, 342–3

Christadelphians, 333–4

Christian, Ewan, 288, 419

Christian Scientists, 334

Church:
-, Chas., 140, 223
-, Luke, 131, 140

church houses, see Barnwood; Hempsted; Matson

Church of God of Prophecy, 329, 334

Churcham, 24
-, Birdwood, 321

Churchdown, 186, 218, 312 n, 319, 418, 432, 434, 438
-, airfield (Staverton airport), 190, 202, 205
-, barony, 395, 430, 432–3, 436
-, boundaries, 382, 384, 430
-, Brickhampton, 299, 433
-, ch., 313, 430
-, Churchdown Hill (in Churchdown and Hucclecote), 264, 430, 434
-, Hucclecote as hamlet of, see Hucclecote
-, nonconf., 329–31
-, Parton, 436
-, Pirton, 433
-, R.A.F. Innsworth, 190, 241
-, rectory, 434, 436
-, Roman Catholicism, 318, 345

churches:
-, ancient, 68, 94, 100, 118, 122, 292–311; and see All Saints; Barnwood; Hempsted; Holy Trinity; Matson; St. Aldate; St. John the Baptist; St. Mary de Crypt; St. Mary de Grace; St. Mary de Lode; St. Michael; St. Nicholas; St. Oswald; St. Owen
-, mission chs., 311–15, 328
-, modern, 158, 209–10, 311–16; and see Christ Church; Hucclecote; St. Aldate (20th cent.); St. Barnabas; St. George; St. James; St. Luke; St. Luke the Less; St. Mark; St. Oswald; St. Oswald (20th cent.); St. Paul; Twigworth; Wotton, Wotton St. Mary Without

Churches of Christ, 331, 333–4

cider, trade in, 41, 77, 126, 130

Cinderford, see Dean, Forest of

cinemas, 219, 236–7, 248

Cirencester, 18, 106, 215, 385
-, abbey, 15, 19
-, trade and ind., 16, 45, 47, 50, 75, 126, 131

Citizen, see newspapers

Civil War, 3, 92–9, 281, 283, 294–5, 304, 368, 370–1
-, siege of Glouc., 3, 92, 94, 96, 121, 243–5, 289, 291–2, 302, 305 n, 310–11, 317, 367–8, 393, 395, 407, 442, 446

Clare:
-, Gilb. de, earl of Glouc., 20
-, de Clare fam., earls of Glouc., 368

Clare Street (formerly Dockham Lane), 365

Clarence Street, 169, 223, 226, 239

Clarke:
-, Eliz., 360
-, Jane, 443
-, Wm., 378

Claxson, Benj. Saunders, perp. curate of Twigworth, 315, 345

Clay, Jos., 201

Clayfield, Ann, 310

Clayford, Joan of, 416

Clayton and Bell, firm of, 284

Cleeve, Bishop's, Stoke Orchard in, 331

Cleland, J. R., 251

Clements:
-, Edm., 377
-, Wal., 319

Clent:
-, Jas., 371, 399
-, Margery, see Smith

clerk:
-, Hugh the, see Hugh
-, Rob. the, see Robert

Clewer (Berks.), 272

Clifford, Rog. de, 19–20, 390

Clifford Chambers, 24

Clifton, Rob., rector of Matson, 446

Clifton, 428

clocksmith, 52

Cloke, Ernest, 397

Close, Revd. Francis, 215

cloth, trade in, 22–3, 27, 41–2, 44–5, 47, 58, 78, 128, 260, 388

clothmaking, 2, 16, 22, 26–7, 35, 42, 52, 75–6, 81, 131, 290, 311
-, clothiers, 51–3, 75, 356–8, 375–7, 388, 398, 407, 414
-, dyers, 26–7, 48, 51–3, 75, 81, 131, 374 n, 375–6, 379, 408
-, fullers, 26–7, 48, 51–2, 82
-, fulling mills, 131, 407
-, 'new draperies', 76, 96, 108
-, shearmen, 48, 52, 75, 80–1
-, weavers, 26–7, 48, 51–2, 75, 81–2, 96, 125, 131, 426, 436
-, trade company, 39, 52, 59, 80–1, 306, 362

clubs and societies, 119, 137, 154, 156, 213–16, 221
-, building soc., 230
-, friendly and benefit socs., 156, 183, 212–13, 272
-, mechanics' institutes, 212, 214–16, 327, 333
-, philanthropic socs., 151, 158, 211–13, 271–2, 333
-, political clubs, 155, 206–7, 212–13, 291
-, sports clubs, see sports
-, and see borough and city government, trade companies; Glouc. Co-operative and Industrial Society; guilds, religious; trades unions

Cluet, John, 373

Clutterbuck:
-, Amity, 336
-, Jasper, 356, 363, 377, 420
-, Sarah, 309, 363
-, Thos., 376

coach services, see roads and road transport

coal, trade in, 43, 78, 104, 126–7, 136, 173–5, 251–2, 254–5, 426

Coalbrookdale (Salop.), 104, 127

Coaley, 352

Coates, 45

Cobbett, Wm., 157

Coberley, 404

Cockerell, Sam., 290

Cocks, see Cox

coffee houses, 107, 156, 211, 332–3

Colborne, Sam., 269, 380

Colchester, Sir Duncombe, 110, 113, 378

Colchester-Wemyss, Maynard, 253

Cole:
-, Mary, m. Fred. Augustus Berkeley, 389
-, Rob., 62
-, Thos. (fl. 1672), 323
-, Thos. (d. 1742), 323–4
-, Wm. (fl. 1478), 374
-, Wm. (d. 1517, ? same as preceding), 53, 375

Cole Avenue, 237–8

Coles:
-, John, 127, 135, 139
-, Wm., 126 n, 127

Colethrop, see Standish

College Court (formerly Craft's Lane, Ironmongers' Row, and Upper College Lane), 26, 65, 70, 265, 365

College Green, see Gloucester Abbey, precinct

College School, see education, secondary educ.

College Street (formerly Lich Lane, St. (or King) Edward's Lane, and Lower College Lane), 65, 162, 216, 231, 281, 286, 365

Collett:
-, Edm., 378
-, J.M., 181, 396

Collier, John, 118

Collins (Collings):
-, F.H., 358
-, Wm., 321

Collingwood, John, 140, 247

Coln Rogers, 418

Coln St. Aldwyns, 424

Colwell:
-, Ric., 437
-, Wm., 235

Combe, John of, 372

Comley, Mary, 359

Commeline:
-, Jas., 406 n
-, Thos. (d. 1830), 380
-, Thos. (fl. 1873), 398

Commercial Road, 223, 226, 233, 253, 255, 264

Common (later Town) Ham, 67, 96, 109, 193

common meadows, 1, 60–1, 67–8, 84, 134, 193–4, 358–9, 384, 403–5, 415, 425; and see Archdeacon Meadow; Common Ham; Little Meadow; Meanham; Oxlease; Pool Meadow; Portham; Sud Meadow; Walham

Compton:
-, John, 373
-, Thos., 373
-, Sir Wm., 318

Coney Hill (partly in Barnwood), 198, 202, 210, 229, 234, 238, 384, 411
-, ch. at, see St. Oswald's (20th-cent.) parish
-, Coney Hill Hosp., see hospitals, mental hosp.
-, nonconf., 320, 326, 328–9, 331
-, schs., 341, 346

Congregationalists, see Independents

Conibere, Geo., 326

Constable, John, 297

Constitution House, 162, 213

Constitution Walk, 239, 245, 365

cook, Wascio the, see Wascio

Cooke:
-, Geo., 296, 359
-, Isaac, 333
-, Jas., 305
-, Joan, 56, 242, 302, 352, 423–4, Plate 6
-, John (d. 1528), 52–4, 301–2, 309, 352, 375, Plate 6
-, John (fl. 1790s, 1808), 135, 380
-, John (fl. 1820s, another), 381
-, Joyce, see Lucy
-, Sir Rob., 87
-, Susanna, 355
-, Wal., 399
-, Wm. (d. 1494), 375
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1613), 392, 401–2, 404, 408
-, Wm. (d. 1703), 113, 115, 378

Coombe Hill, see Leigh

Cooper:
-, Geo., curate of Barnwood, 418
-, John, master of Crypt sch., 101
-, Rob. Bransby, 153, 370
-, Thos. Beale, 397

Cooper's Hill, see Brockworth

co-operative society, see Gloucester Co-operative and Industrial Society

Copner, Chas., 167

Coprun, Jacob, 16

Corbet, John, 93–4, 101

cordwainers, see leather working, shoemakers

Cordwainers' Row, see Northgate Street

corn and flour mills, 4, 42, 139, 170, 176, 179, 189, 222, 257–8, 282, 286, 406–8, 416–17, 435–6, 445
-, Albert Mills, 179, 189, 257–8, Plate 24
-, City Mills, 176, 179, 189, 255, 258

corn exchange, see markets, sites and bldgs.

corn, trade in, 3–4, 24, 35, 37, 41–2, 58, 76–7, 78, 96, 103, 126, 130, 137, 170, 173, 174, 177, 182–3, 186–7, 207, 225, 254–5, 257–61, 268

Cornishman, John the, see John

Cornwall:
-, John of, 372
-, Luke of, 298, 372
-, Steph. of, 372

Cornwall:
-, trade with, 41, 77
-, and see Padstow; St. Ives; St. Tew

coroners, see borough and city government

corporation, city, see borough and city government

Corsley:
-, Ric., 379
-, Wm., 378

Cossington:
-, Emme of, 407
-, Thos. of, 407

Cother:
-, Chas., 398
-, Sarah, 398
-, Thos. (d. 1781), 398, 400, 413
-, Thos. (s. of preceding), 398, 400
-, Wm., 398, 400–1

Coulstance, Geo., 361–2, 409

council, city, see borough and city government

Counsel:
-, Ann, 350
-, Geo. Worrall, 159, 168

Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion, 159, 320, 325–6, 330, 339

courts, see borough and city government

Coutts, see Burdett-Coutts

Coventry, 44–5, 129–30, 136, 138

Covey, Wm., 302

Cowbridge (Glam.), 133

Cowcher, Wm., 131, 380

Cowdale, John, 376

Cowley, 418

Cox (Coxe, Cocks):
-, Dorothy, 148, 341
-, Giles, 356, 363, 420, 429, 438, 448
-, Ric., 377
-, Wm., 131, 140

Cox & Buchanan, firm of, 175, 177, 407

Craft's Lane, see College Court

Cranham, 386, 393, 402, 413, 415, 417, 439

Craven:
-, Eliz., 433
-, Hen. Augustus Berkeley, 433
-, Ric. Keppel, 433
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1618), 433
-, Wm., earl of Craven (d. 1697), 323, 433
-, Wm., Ld. Craven (d. 1791), 433
-, Wm., earl of Craven (d. 1866), 433

Crawley-Boevey fam., 154, 233

Creed, Steph., 370 n

Cricklade (Wilts.), 103

Crisp, Wm., 28 n, 373

Crofton, John, 443

Critchley, Sarah, 316

Crole, P.R., 330

Cromhall, 443

Cromwell:
-, John, 107–8, 356, 360
-, Oliver, elected high steward of Glouc., 92
-, Thos., 40

Crook:
-, Adam, 372
-, Wm. (fl. 1295), 372
-, Wm. (d. c. 1401), 309, 373

Cross, the 57, 69, 223, 233, 238, 259

Cross Keys (formerly Scrudde) Lane, 365

crosses, 67, 250, 282, 289
-, high cross, 64, 162, 249–50, 262, Plate 36
-, and see Barnwood; Hempsted; Longford

crown-wearing, at Glouc., 18

Crump:
-, H.S., 179
-, Lawr., 379
-, Wm., 380

Crypt Alley, see St. Mary's Lane

Crypt school, see education, secondary educ.

Cuba, Havana in, 447

Cuff, Rob., 375

Cugley:
-, Hen. (fl. 1594), 352
-, Hen. (d. 1669), 377, 395
-, Hen. (? same as preceding), 400
-, Ric., 376

Culliford, V.H., 330

Curtis-Hayward:
-, John, 178, 395, 405
-, John Fred., 395

custom house, see port of Gloucester

Cuttestich, Geof., 372

Dalby, Ric., 373–4

Dallam, Rob., 283

Dancey:
-, H.A., 233, 235, 316, 328–9
-, Thos., 434

Daniel:
-, Alex. Wright, 399
-, Maria, see Cheston

Daniel's brook, 382

Danks, Alfred, Ltd., 185

Danvers:
-, Anne, m. Sir Arthur Porter, 371, 395
-, Hen., Ld. Danvers, 395
-, Sir John, 395

Darby, Hen., 377

Darke, Leon., 136

Daubeney:
-, Agnes, 441
-, Cecily, w. of John, m. 2 Wm. Marsh, 391
-, Eliz., m. 1 Gilb. Giffard, 2 And. Walton, 391, 441
-, Ellis, 391, 441
-, Joan, 391
-, John (d. c. 1304), 391–2
-, John (fl. 1333), 391
-, Ric., 391
-, Wm. (or Wm. of Kingsholm), 391, 407

Daukes, Sam. Whitfield, 223, 235, 302, 345

David ap Llywelyn, ruler of Gwynedd, 19

Davies (Davis):
-, John, vicar of St. Nicholas, 345
-, Martha, 270, 274
-, Thos., 395
-, and see Stratton-Davis

Dawes, Wm., 225

Dawson, Benj., rector of Hempsted, 428

Day, see Cachemaille-Day

de Winton, Wal. Hayward, 315

Deacon, John, see Hoggs

Deacon Street, see Archdeacon Street

Dean, East, rural district, 264

Dean, Forest of, 20, 76, 78, 109, 242
-, Cinderford, 139
-, coal from, 126, 136, 175
-, iron from, 13, 25, 47, 127, 139
-, Lydbrook, 127
-, nonconf., 324–5, 328
-, Parkend, 139
-, paving stones from, 136
-, rlys. to, 172–3, 175
-, timber from, 23, 269

Deane:
-, Anne a', see Anne
-, John a', see John

Dean's Walk, 234, 365, 385

Deepdene (Surr.), 206

Deerhurst, Thos., 37

Deerhurst Priory, 11, 14, 295, 397

Deighton, John, 80, 91

Denell, Dan., 263

Denham, Jos., 323, 332

Denmark Road (formerly Gallows Lane), 168, 196–7, 225, 230, 234–5, 385–6

Dennis fam., 121, 290

Denny, see Minsterworth

Denton, Thos., 176

Deptford (Kent), 272

Despenser, Hugh le, the younger, 21, 391

Deveneis, Reynold le, 407

Devereux, Rob., earl of Essex, 94

Devonshire:
-, sch. in, 350
-, trade with, 77
-, and see Barnstaple; Exeter

Dewey, Jas., 140

Dicey, Wm., 132, 159

Dickinson, Joshua, 332

dispensaries, see hospitals

Dobbs:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Jones, 397
-, Rob., 397
-, Thos., 397

Dobell, Sydney, 214, 432

Dockham, see Mount Street

Dockham ditch, see Severn, Old Severn

Dockham Lane, see Clare Street; White Swan Lane

docks (and canal basin), 4, 136–7, 163, 167, 172, 183–5, 199, 210–12, 220–1, 227, 240, 249, 251–2, 253–8, 268, 311, 367, 384, 410; Plates 32, 34–5
-, Baker's Quay, 167, 179–80, 189, 254–8
-, ind. at, 139, 174–5, 178–80, 182, 186–7, 223, 254–8
-, Llanthony Quay, 175, 227, 255, 257–8, 289
-, mariners' chap., 211, 255, 317, 332, 349
-, Monk Meadow dock, 182, 184–7, 234, 257–8, 273
-, trade at, 136–7, 172–5, 177–8, 182–3, 185–7
-, Victoria dock, 255–8

doctors, 176, 272
-, physicians, 80, 105, 133, 156, 162, 269, 317, 378, 380, 423
-, surgeons, 80, 105, 125, 133, 140, 145, 150, 224, 269, 271, 285, 291, 321, 380–1, 388, 399

Dodyng, John, 433

Dog Lane, 69, 239, 365

Dolphin Lane, 236, 365

Domesday Book, order for, 18

domestic architecture, 3–4, 11, 70–2, 120–3, 160–3, 165, 167–8, 221, 224–6, 231, 233, 287–8; Plates 1–2, 7–9, 11, 13–16, 25

Dominican friary (Blackfriars), 17, 38, 40, 63, 365, 371
-, site and bldgs., 65, 107, 160, 272, 290–1, 324, 350, Plate 42
-, Bell's Place, 290–1, Plate 42
-, gates, 291, 366

Dood, Hen, 42, 374

Dorchester, 91

Dorney, John, town clerk of Glouc., 100–1, 283

Dorrington, J.T., 363, 399

Dorset, see Bridport; Dorchester

Douai (Nord, France), 317

Dowdeswell, Joshua, 436

Dowdeswell, 274

Dowling:
-, Jas. Hen., 214, 414
-, John, (fl. early 19th cent.), 213
-, John (d. 1841, s. of preceding), rector of St. Mary de Crypt and master of Crypt sch., 214
-, Mary, 419

Downhale, Gregory, master of Crypt sch., 92

Downing, G. and W.E., firm of, 180, 189, 257

draper:
-, Hen. the, see Henry
-, John the, see John

drapers, 17, 28, 35, 42, 44, 49, 51, 53, 69, 78, 104, 126, 172, 372–4 nn, 375–9, 423

Drayton, Geo. Box, 321

Drinkwater, Wm., 306

Driver, John, 298

Droitwich (Worcs.) 390
-, salt trade, 24, 43, 127, 137, 174, 402

Droys, Nic. Matson, see Matson

Dudley, Rob., earl of Leicester, 88

Dudstone, see Wotton, Wotton Pitch

Dudstone (later Dudstone and King's Barton) hundred, 1–2, 10, 37, 54, 59, 388–9, 391, 393, 408, 417

Duke, Ric., 301, 304, 311

Dumbleton, 341

Dunn, Alf., 346

Dunning, David., 22, 371–2

Dupree, John, 361

Durand, Maur. s. of, see Maurice

Durham, see Sunderland

Dursley, 330

Dursley area, clothmaking in, 128

Dutton, Thos., 217, 219

dyer, John the, see John

dyers, see clothmaking

Dymock, Broom's Green in, 328–9

Dyrham, 7

Eagle Hall (later 'Duke of Norfolk's House'), 156, 161–2, 221, 240

Eassie, Wm., 174, 177–8

Eassie & Co., 178–9, 257

Eastern Avenue, 237–8, 268

Eastgate (formerly Ailesgate or Jews') Street, 15, 65, 163, 223, 233, 236, 259–60, 365
-, Eastgate shopping precinct, 191, 239, 260

Eastington, 393, 398

Eastleach Martin, 24

Eaton, Ric., curate of Barnwood, 418

Ebley, see Stonehouse

Ebridge Street, see Westgate Street

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 235, 297–8, 300, 304, 306, 309, 312, 314, 338, 393–6, 401, 413–14

Eck:
-, Garet van, 42, 301, 317, 375
-, Marg. van, 306

Eckington (Worcs.), 297

Eckley, Sam. (later Sir Sam.), 379

Edge, see Painswick

edgetool making, 131, 140, 175, 177, 179, 407

Edgeworth, 250, 399, 434

Edinburgh, 273

Edmarus (fl. 11th cent.), 10

Edmonds, John, 117

Edmund Ironside, 12

education (schools), 4, 200–2, 295, 335–50
-, elementary educ., 339–48
-, bd. and council schs., 202, 229, 235, 313, 340, 342–3, 345–8, 349, 437
-, British sch., 209, 333, 338–40, 342
-, Industrial Ragged sch., 211, 340–1, 342
-, National schs., 158, 339–40, 342–5, 419, 429, 437, 448
-, Poor's (later Endowed Free) sch., 112, 118, 147–8, 339–40, 341–2, 345
-, Sunday schs., 3, 157, 285, 320–3, 325–8, 332–3, 335, 339, 428, 437, 448
-, voluntary schs., 209–10, 232, 339–41, 342–5; and see Baptists; education, elementary educ. (British sch. and National schs.); Independents; Methodists, Wesleyan; Quakers; Roman Catholicism; and for par. schs., under names of city and outlying parishes
-, grammar schs., 1, 62, 335, 337–8, 366; and see education., secondary educ., College sch. and Crypt sch.
-, higher and technical educ., 201–2, 337, 348–50
-, Glos. Coll. of Arts and Technology, 327, 349
-, Glos. Sch. of Cookery and Dom. Science (later Glos. Coll. of Educ.), 349, 399
-, Schs. of Science and Art (later the Technical Coll. and Coll. of Art), 202, 212, 214, 226, 233, 236, 240, 245, 292, 327, 337, 348–9, Plate 48
-, local educ. authorities, see borough and city government, corporation; Gloucestershire, co. council
-, private schs., 91, 106, 118–19, 290–1, 334, 339, 350, 424
-, Glos. County Schs. Assoc., 350, 423
-, Selwyn sch., see Matson, Matson Ho.
-, sch. bd., see borough and city government; Hucclecote; Tuffley
-, secondary educ., 337–9
-, Central schs., 337–8, 346
-, College (later King's) sch., 91, 100, 118–19, 218, 277, 286, 288, 318, 335, 337–8, 350, 429; masters, see Evans, Arthur Benoni; Fowler, Hugh; Gregory, Oliver; Langley, John; Stock, Thos.; Wheeler, Maur.
-, Crypt sch., 55, 57, 92, 100, 118, 146, 301, 337–8, 418; bldgs., 94, 233, 245, 291, 311, 335, 338, 368; endowments, 56, 142, 146, 193, 242–3, 337, 352, 424; masters, see Biddle, John; Bird, John; Cooper, John; Downhale, Gregory; Dowling, John; Furney, Ric.; Groves, Wm.; Hague, Abraham; Rudge, Thos.
-, Denmark Road High (formerly Girls' Lower) sch., 337–8, 346
-, Ribston Hall High sch., 337–8
-, Sir Thos. Rich's sch. (or the Bluecoat sch. or Hosp.), 111, 118, 142, 145–6, 163, 216, 233, 249, 335–8, 357, Plate 47; masters, see Charleton, Shadrach; Hook, Luke
-, United Endowed Schs. governors, 201, 337–8, 348, 350, 357–8, 424
-, special schs., 348

Edward the Confessor, 11–12

Edward I, 20, 281, 365, 391, 407

Edward II, 20–1, 390
-, burial in Glouc. Abbey, 21, 39, 279, 281–2, 365

Edward III, 21, 250, 391

Edward VII, 216, 270

Edward, prince of Wales, s. of Edw. III, 262, 439

Edward the taverner (or Edw. of Ley, fl. 1327), 28 n, 373

Edward the taverner (fl. 1375), 373

Edwards:
-, Ant. (d. 1660), 378
-, Ant. (d. 1760), 413
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Johnson, 413, 415
-, Hen., 140, 167
-, John, 37
-, Wm., curate of Barnwood, 418
-, Wm. Levason, 203, 208, 370

Egeas the fisher, 372

Egypt, trade with, 179

Eldersfield, Wm., 374

Eldred, under-king of the Hwicce, 392

Eldred, bp. of Worc., 275, 281

Eleanor (of Provence), queen of Hen. III, 16, 20, 245, 250, 294, 390

elections:
-, municipal, see borough and city government
-, parliamentary, see parliamentary representation

electricity supply, see borough and city government, public services

Elim Pentecostal church, 334

Elizabeth I, 250, 352, 354, 370

Elkstone, 398

Ellicott:
-, Chas., bp. of Glouc., 210, 285
-, Constantia, 211

Elliott:
-, Edw., 321
-, John, 375
-, Nic., 375

Ellis the palmer, 371

Ellis:
-, Ant., 127, 141, 309, 388, 400
-, Hen., 356
-, John, 127
-, Rob., 127

Elly:
-, Jas. (d. 1728), 389, 400–1, 414
-, Jas. (fl. 1760s), 431
-, Ric., 158, 306–7, 336

Elmbridge:
-, Alice of, 433, 436
-, John of, 433, 436

Elmbridge, see Hucclecote

Elmes, Rob., 103

Elmore:
-, John of, 309, 373
-, Wal. of, 373 n

Elmore, 23, 53, 301, 310–11, 426
-, landowners of, 87, 110, 206, 370

Elmstone Hardwicke, 41

Elton House, 123, 162

Ely (Cambs.), 52

Emeris, John, perp. curate of St. James, 210, 314

engineering, 4, 170, 172, 179, 182–3, 185–6, 188

Engley, Hen., 331

English, see Hall, English, & Co.

entertainments, 90–1, 119, 154–7, 214, 218–19, 221, 248, 287; and see cinemas; fairs; horse races; music meeting; theatres

epidemics, see plagues

Epney, see Moreton Valence

Ercks, Hen., 138–9

Ermin Street, see roads and road transport

Essex, Thos., 93

Essex, earls of, see Bohun, Humph. de; Devereux, Rob.

Essex, see Ockenden, North

Essington, John, 378

Estcourt:
-, Albert, 180, 308
-, Oliver, 180

Estcourt Road, 237–8

Ethelfleda, Lady of the Mercians, 2, 7–9, 12, 289

evangelical movement, 158, 210

Evans:
-, Abel Jos., 201
-, Arthur Benoni, master of College sch. and vicar of Barnwood, 418
-, Chas., 140–1, 161
-, Geo., 424
-, John, 371
-, Lewis (fl. 1563), curate of Barnwood, 418
-, Lewis (d. 1626, ? same as preceding), rector of Matson, 446
-, Maria, 312
-, Ric. (fl. 1731), 131
-, Ric. (d. 1781), 131
-, Sarah, see Holman
-, Thos. (fl. 1540), 40
-, Thos. (fl. 1580), 318
-, Thos. (fl. 1599, another), 261
-, Revd. Thos. (fl. 1841), 418

Evesham, Thos. of, 372

Evesham (Worcs.), 50, 179

Ewens, John, 378

Exeter, bps. of, 300, 305; and see Osbern; Phillpotts, Wm.; Samson

Exeter, 285

extraparochial places, 1, 194, 382–3, 409–10; and see Littleworth; North Hamlet; South Hamlet; Wotton, vill of Wotton

Eynsham Abbey (Oxon.), 15

Fagnani, Maria, 442

Fairford, Thos., 374–5

Fairford, 274, 313

fairs, 45, 78, 86, 103, 130, 143, 151, 260, 261–2
-, Barton Fair, 58, 78, 103, 130, 189, 219, 261–2
-, mops, (hiring fairs), 178, 219, 262

Falconer:
-, John, 45, 53, 75, 362, 375, 398
-, Marg., 398

Farley:
-, John, 374
-, Wm., abbot of Glouc., 60, 279

Farmer, Sam., 379

Farnham, John, 400 n

feasts, see borough and city government, civic ceremonial

fee farm, see borough and city government

Feld:
-, Giles, 432
-, Thos., 432

Fendall, Wm., 140–1, 161–2

Fenner (or Spring), John, 353

Ferrers:
-, John de, 396
-, Hawise de, see Mucegros

Fete Lane, see Alvin Street

Fettiplace, Dame Eleanor, 356

Felding:
-, Rob., 378
-, Sam., 179

Fielding & Platt, firm of, 179–80, 182, 188, Plate 26

Finch, Ric., 379

Finlay Road, 237–8
-, ch. at, see St. Aldate's (20th-cent.) parish
-, schs., 341, 346, 448

fire service, see borough and city government, public services

fires, 17, 65, 70, 277, 279

First World War, ind. production in, 185, 257

fish, trade in, 23–5, 41, 47, 50, 58, 130, 259

Fish Street, 365

fisher, Egeas the, see Egeas

Fisher, John, 406

fisheries, 23–5, 32, 47, 50, 60, 391, 406; and see Hempsted

Fitz Hamon, Rob., 14

Fitz Osbern:
-, Rog., earl of Heref., 422
-, Wm., earl of Heref., 18, 422

Fitz Peter:
-, Herbert, 440
-, Reynold, 440

Fitzroy (later Fitzroy Schudamore), Chas., 396

Fitzroy Scudamore:
-, Chas., see Fitzroy
-, Frances, see Scudamore
-, Frances, m. Chas. Howard, 396

Fitzwilliams, Thos., 285

Flanders, trade with, 22–3, 27

Flaxley, 154
-, abbey, 15

Flaxman, John, 285

Fletcher:
-, Edw., 323
-, Ralph, 380, 445

Flint, Thos., 321

Flintshire, see Rhyl

floods, 67, 82, 149, 224, 243, 352–3

Flori, Peter, 372

flour mills, see corn and flour mills

Flower, Sam., 360, 362

Fluck, Mary, 271

Fokett fam., 389

Foliot, Wm., 373

Forbes, Jas., 117–18, 319, 323–4, 332

Foreign bridge, see bridges

Forster, John, & Co., 173

Fortescue:
-, Anne (w. of Sir Adrian), m. 2 Thos.
-, Parry, 393
-, Sir Francis, 393
-, Sir John (d. 1607), 393
-, John (fl. 1632), 393

Fosbrooke, Revd. Thos., 159

Foster Bros., 179

Fovis, Wm. de, 371

Fowler:
-, Anselm, 114–15, 318, 378
-, Edw., prebendary and later bp. of Glouc., 114–15, 118, 281
-, Hen. (d. 1685), 105, 114, 245, 378
-, Hen. (fl. 1694), 108
-, Hugh, master of College sch., later vicar of Barnwood, 418

Fox (Foxe):
-, Geo., 95, 101, 331
-, Helpe, curate of St. Nicholas, 356
-, John, his 'Book of Martyrs', 91
-, W., 257

Fox Entry, see Mercers' Entry

Foxcote, Thos. of, 373

Foxe, see Fox

Framilode, see Saul

Frampton, Rob., bp. of Glouc., 117

Frampton on Severn, 43

France:
-, brandy from, 135
-, Gascony wine trade, 22
-, and see Chauvigny; Douai; Lire Abbey; Paris; Rheims

Francillon, J.G., 175, 179

Francis:
-, Edm., 443
-, Ric., 28, 372

Franciscan friary (Greyfriars), 17, 62, 366, 439
-, site and bldgs., 62, 65, 160, 162, 180, 211, 239, 272, 291–2, 318, 334, 350, Plate 43
-, Bowling Green Ho., 162, 291, 338, 350
-, Friars Orchard, 233, 236, 245, 291, 338, 349
-, Suffolk Ho., 213, 218, 220, 239, 291, 350
-, water supply, 62, 262, 291

Francombe:
-, Agnes, 309
-, Thos., 376
-, Wm., 309, 374–5

Frankfurt am Main, 75

Frankis, Wm., 407

Franklin:
-, Wm. (fl. 1417), 421
-, Wm. (fl. 1830), 254

frankpledge, view of, 408, 426, 436, 444; and see borough and city government, courts

Fream, Ralph, 398

Freeman, Ant., 161

freemen, see borough and city government, burgess rights

Freemen's Compensation Fund, see charities

Frenchevaler:
-, John, 392
-, Wymark, 392

friaries, 39–40, 62–3; and see Carmelite; Dominican; Franciscan

Friars Orchard, see Franciscan friary, site and bldgs.

friendly and benefit societies, see clubs and societies

Friends, see Quakers

Frith:
-, Hen., 180
-, W.S., 180, 285

Frocester (Froucester):
-, Joan of, 407
-, John of, 407
-, Wal., abbot of Glouc., 279, 295, 304

Froisselew, Wm., 395, 401, 403

Froucester, see Frocester

fruit, trade in, 24, 41, 77–8, 126, 135–7, 181, 189, 259–61

Fuer, Wm., 40

Full brook, see Twyver

fuller, Wulward the, see Wulward

fullers and fulling mills, see clothmaking

fullers' street, the, see Quay Street, Lower

Fulljames:
-, Thos. (d. 1847), 140
-, Thos. (d. 1874), 140, 167, 223–4, 284, 288, 307, 314–15

Fulljames and Waller, firm of, 274, 351

Furney:
-, Jas., 379
-, Revd. Ric., master of Crypt sch., 159, 432

Gabriel:
-, Joan, 407
-, Ric., 407

gallows, 34, 385, 426

Gallows Lane, see Denmark Road

gaols:
-, city, see borough and city government
-, county; see castle; Gloucestershire

garden, John of the, 372

gardens, see parks

Gardiner, see Gardner

Gardinis:
-, Wm. de (fl. 1299), 433, 443
-, Wm. de (fl. 1346), 443

Gardner (Gardiner):
-, Cornelius, 127
-, Wm., & Sons, 179, 188

Garn, John, 324, 354–5, 364

Garnons:
-, John, 406
-, Luke, 86, 295, 376

gas supply, see borough and city government, public services

Gascony, see France

Gatcombe, see Awre

gates and walls, 5, 36, 39, 58, 63, 68, 93, 101, 106, 113, 142, 162, 244–5, 282, 367
-, Alvin gate, 9, 58, 244–5
-, blind gate, 66, 244–5, 365
-, E. gate, 150, 160, 162, 244–5, 249
-, N. gates, 63, 244–5
-, postern gate, 244
-, S. gate, ii, 244–5, 355
-, W. gate, 163, 243–5, Plate 41
-, and see borough and city government, murage and muragers; Dominican friary, site and bldgs.; Gloucester Abbey, precinct

Gaudy Green, 161, 165

Gayner:
-, Eliz., see Swonhongre
-, Jas., 392

Gegg, Benj, 131, 407

George I, 251

George II, 269

George III, 131, 157, 270, 442

George Street, 226, 233, 239

Geraud:
-, John, 443
-, Wm. (fl. 1230s, 1266), 262, 443
-, Wm. (fl. 1314), 443

Germany:
-, export to, 75
-, refugees from, 74
-, and see Frankfurt am Main; Hamburg

Gibbs:
-, Rob., 385
-, Wm. 108

Gibson, Edgar, bp. of Glouc., 210

Giffard:
-, Eliz., see Daubeney
-, Gilb., 391, 441
-, John (d. 1299), 19–20
-, John (d. 1322), 21
-, John (d. 1392), 391
-, John (fl. 1415), 441
-, Margery, 441
-, Nic., 441

Gilbert, Rob., 37, 62, 373–4

Gilbert the tailor, 371

Giles, John, 230

Giles, John, and Gough, firm of, 274

girdler, Hugh the, see Hugh

Glamorganshire:
-, tinworks in, 127
-, and see Cadoxton; Cardiff; Cowbridge; Neath; Port Talbot; Swansea

Glanville, Chas., 360

Glasgow, 187

glassmaking, 103, 108, 132 the great glasshouse, 108, 122–3, 132, 237, 252–3, Plate 40

Glastonbury Abbey (Som.), 390

Gloster Aircraft Co., 186, 188

Gloucester:
-, Durand of, 18
-, Ellis of, 16
-, John of (d. 1260), 27
-, John of (fl. 1346), 52
-, Miles of, earl of Heref., 10, 15, 18–19, 61, 310, 395, 422
-, Rog. of (or de Pîtres), 14, 18, 245, 310
-, Rog. of, earl of Heref., 15, 19
-, Thos., 34, 248, 309, 356
-, Wal. of (fl. 1100, 1126), 14–15, 18, 69, 245–6, 310, 316, 395, 422, 427
-, Wal. of (d. c. 1311), 433
-, Wal. of (s. of preceding), 433
-, Wm. of, 407

Gloucester, archdeacons of, 66, 158, 428

Gloucester, bps. of, 114, 147, 150, 275, 293, 311, 339, 352, 400
-, as patron of chs., 295, 297, 300, 303, 309, 312–16, 427, 437, 444
-, estates, 361, 393, 403, 409, 413
-, palace, see Glouc. Abbey, precinct, abbot's lodgings
-, and see Benson, Martin; Ellicott, Chas.; Fowler, Edw.; Frampton, Rob.; Gibson, Edgar; Goldsborough, Godfrey; Goodman, Godfrey; Hooper, John; Monk, Jas.; Parry, Hen.; Ryder, Hen.; Smith, Miles; Warburton, Wm.

Gloucester, earls of, see Clare, Gilb. de; Clare, fam.; Robert

Gloucester Abbey (St. Peter) (formerly minster), 2, 9–10, 14–15, 28, 35, 40, 58, 261, 275, 353, 385, 406–8
-, abbess of, see Kyneburgh
-, abbey ch. (later Glouc. cath.), 4, 90, 443
-, bells, 281, 285, 308, 310
-, bldg. hist., 275–81, 283–6; Plates 3–4, 18–19
-, burial of Edw. II in, 21, 39, 279, 281, 294, 365
-, glass, 279, 281, 283–4
-, monuments, 281, 285, 368
-, restorations, 210, 284–5
-, abbots, 30, 306, 424
-, lodgings, see Glouc. Abbey, precinct
-, and see Boyfeld, John; Farley, Wm.; Froucester, Wal.; Hanley, Ric.; Horton, Thos.; Malvern, Wm.; Morwent, John; Peter; Seabrook, Thos.; Serlo; Staunton, Adam of; Thoky, John; Wygmore, John
-, chs., chaps., and tithes held by, 39, 60, 292, 294, 297–8, 302–5, 317, 400, 414, 417, 440, 443, 445
-, fisheries, 23, 25, 32, 406
-, manors and estates, 20, 24, 37, 56, 59–60, 303, 382, 384, 390–6, 401–4, 408, 411, 413, 417, 438–9, 443
-, parliament held in, 21, 38, 282
-, precinct (later Glouc. cath. close), 8, 60, 63, 107, 110, 147, 275, 277, 282, 284, 365
-, abbot's lodgings (later bp.'s palace), 282–3, 286–8, 338
-, College Green, 210, 251, 286–8
-, deanery, 283, 286–8
-, gates and walls, 65–6, 275, 281–2, 286, 365
-, jurisdiction in, 61, 87, 100, 114, 118, 275, 370
-, monastic and later bldgs. in, 120, 250, 277, 279–83, 286–8, 316
-, water supply, 262–3, 275, 439
-, property in Glouc., 8, 14, 38, 40, 59–60, 66, 67, 70, 72, 245, 265
-, relations with townspeople, 31, 38, 59–61, 275, 282

Gloucester and Berkeley (later Gloucester and Sharpness) canal, 3, 124, 135–7, 163, 170–1, 217–18, 265, 267–8, 421, 423
-, trade on, see river, canal, and maritime trade

Gloucester and Bristol Diocesan Church Building Association, 311, 314–15, 436

Gloucester and Cheltenham tramroad, 136, 163, 173, 226, 252–5, 257, 431

Gloucester and Dean Forest railway, 172–3, 175, 255

Gloucester cathedral, 40, 90, 107, 117, 145, 149, 154, 157, 191, 209, 215–16, 235, 323
-, cath. ch. and bldg. hist., see Gloucester Abbey, abbey ch.
-, close and bldgs. in, see Gloucester Abbey, precinct
-, College (later King's), sch. see education, secondary educ.
-, dean and chapter, 155 n, 162, 262–3, 309, 337–8, 378, 406, 419
-, administration of cath. and close, 87, 114, 118, 275, 277, 283–6, 288
-, advowsons held by, 294, 298, 303, 417, 445
-, manors, estates, and tithes held by, 393–6, 400, 403, 413–17, 442–4
-, prebendaries, 114, 150, 275, 284, 286; and see Fowler, Edw.; Griffith, Jas.
-, property in Glouc., 40, 118, 160–1, 263, 342
-, relations with city corp., 87, 90, 145
-, deans, 114, 147, 150, 275
-, deanery, see Gloucester Abbey, precinct
-, and see Chetwood, Knightly; Laud, Wm.; Law, Hen.; Rice, Edw.; Thurlow, Gilb.; Tucker, Josiah; Vyner, Rob.
-, library, 91, 100, 286, 288

Gloucester Church Extension Society, 311, 313

Gloucester Co-operative and Industrial Society, 181, 201, 212, 226, 233–4, 236, Plate 31

Gloucester diocese, 40–1, 79, 209, 275, 277, 284, 370, 377

Gloucester Journal, see newspapers

Gloucester poor-law union (bd. of guardians), 194, 203, 233, 394, 408, 410, 417, 426, 436, 445
-, as rural sanitary authority, 194, 200, 267, 410
-, infirmary, see hospitals
-, workhouse, 194, 203, 221, 240

Gloucester rural district, 197, 238, 241, 264, 267, 410, 417, 426, 436, 445

Gloucester rural sanitary authority, see Gloucester poor-law union

Gloucester Wagon (later Railway Carriage & Wagon) Co., 178–9, 182, 184–6, 188, 216, 220, 227, 233–4, 257, Plates 28–9

Gloucestershire:
-, Coll. of Arts and Technology, see education, higher and technical educ.
-, co. administration based in Glouc., 1, 17, 37, 79, 105, 133, 183, 190, 248–9
-, co. council, 190, 197, 202, 205, 249, 273, 416
-, as local educ. authority, 205, 337, 339–41, 346–9
-, co. hall, see Boothall; Shire Hall
-, co. fire brigade, 268
-, co. gaol (later H.M. Prison, Glouc.), 1, 135, 157, 163, 192, 197–8, 247, 252–3, 383–4; and see castle
-, co. infirmary, see hospitals, Glouc. Infirmary
-, co. lunatic asylums, see hospitals, mental hosp.
-, co. police force, 192, 268
-, co. surveyor, 140, 223, 235
-, inshire returned to, 2, 101, 113
-, J.P.s (magistrates), 88, 114, 148, 150–1, 155, 233, 247, 249, 252–3, 266, 273–4, 385–6, 414, 416
-, lord lieutenant, 88, 113
-, M.P.s for, 269, 433
-, nonconf. ministers in, 323
-, Sch. of Dom. Science (later Coll. of Educ.), see education, higher and technical educ.
-, sheriff of, 13, 17–18, 20, 25–6, 28–30, 245–6, 414, 443

Gloucestershire County Schools Association, see education, private schs.

Gloucestershire Chronicle, see newspapers

Gloucestershire Hussars Yeomanry, 288

Goddard, Fred., 214

Godric (fl. 1066), 395

Godstow Abbey (Oxon.), 15, 300, 395

Godwin, Earl, 12

Gold, Wm., 391

Goldberg, Sam., 335

Goldhill, Rob. of, 21, 28, 306 n, 372

Goldsborough, Godfrey, bp. of Glouc., 285

Goldsmith (or Smith), Wm., 375

goldsmiths, see metal working

Goldstone:
-, Joan, 356
-, Wm., 352

Goodman:
-, Ellis, 371
-, Godfrey, bp. of Glouc., 90–2, 250

Goodrich:
-, Jas., 392
-, Wm., 392

Goodwin, Ric., 408

Goodyere, A. G.D., 229

Goose ditch, John of, 371

Goose ditch, 244, 272

Gordon, Patrick, see Gordon-Canning

Gordon-Canning:
-, Maria, see Canning
-, (formerly Gordon) Patrick, 399
-, Rob., 399
-, Wm., 399

Gore Lane, see Bull Lane

Goseyrote Lane, 365

Gosling, Thos., 301, 360

Gough, see Giles, John, and Gough

Grace Lane, see St. John's Lane

Graham, Reynold, 422 n

Grainger (or Skay), Wm. 40

Gram…, Wm. (fl. 1463), 374

Grange Court, see Westbury-onSevern

Grant Lane, see New Inn Lane

Gravestock, John, curate of Hempsted, 428

Great Western Railway, 172–3, 175, 181, 233, 255, 257, 396

Great Western Road (formerly Union Lane, and part formerly Hyde Lane), 240, 269–71, 366

Green (Greene):
-, Jonathan, 323
-, Phil., 109
-, Revd. Ric. (d. 1711), 310, 363
-, Ric. (d. 1729), 363, 379
-, Thos., 285
-, Wm. (fl. 1507), 52
-, Wm. (fl. 1793), 416

Green Dragon Lane, see Parliament Street

Greenaway (Greenway):
-, Giles, 155, 380, 396, 409
-, John, 318

Greene, see Green

greens, village, see Hucclecote; Kingsholm; Tuffley

Greenway, see Greenaway

Gregory:
-, Abraham, rector of St. Mary de Crypt, 302
-, Edm., 379
-, Eliz., 359
-, John (d. 1678), rector of Hempsted, 428
-, John (d. 1708), rector of Hempsted, 428
-, Oliver, master of College sch., 118–19

Greville:
-, Chas., 162
-, Revd. Edw. Colston, 399

Grey:
-, Edm., 401
-, Hen., earl of Stamford, 93
-, Marg., 433
-, Peter, 401
-, Wal., 433

Greyfriars, see Franciscan friary

Gribble, Chas., 233

Griffith:
-, Hugh, 392
-, Jas., prebendary of Glouc., 284

Griffiths, E.S.J., 396

Grimsby (Lincs.), 173

grocers, 104, 110, 125–6, 133, 379–81

Grove, John, 374

Groves, Wm., master of Crypt sch., 89, 92

Grufford, Rhys ap, see Rhys

Guildford, Thos., 373

guildhall (medieval), see Boothall

Guildhall, the, 233, 249, 338, 371

guilds:
-, merchant, see borough and city government
-, religious, 3, 39, 89, 295–6, 301, 304, 306
-, trade, see borough and city government, trade companies

Guise:
-, Sir Anselm Wm. Edw., 391
-, Sir Berkeley Wm., 153, 380
-, Sir John (d. 1695), 110, 114–5, 378
-, Sir John (d. 1794), 380, 391–2
-, Sir John Wright, 391
-, Sir Wm. 87, 370
-, Wm. (s. of preceding), 87
-, Sir Wm. Francis Geo., 391
-, Sir Wm. Vernon, 214, 391
-, fam., 107, 145, 206

Guiting, Temple, 269

Guiting Power, 291

Gunn, Barnabas, 127, 287

Gunter, Thos., 336 n, 357

Gurney, Ivor, 216, 285

Gwynedd, ruler of, see David ap Llywelyn

Gythins, John, 378

Hadley:
-, Jonah, 176, 255
-, Jos., 176, 255

Hadwen, Wal. Rob., 200–1, 322

Haigh (Hague):
-, Abraham, master of Crypt sch., 106, 118
-, Bartin, 254

Haines, see Haynes

Hale:
-, Anne, see Sherwood
-, Thos., 394, 400, 445
-, Half Street, see St. Mary's Street

Halford:
-, Rob. (fl. 1651), 393
-, Rob. (d. 1683, another), 378, 393, 395
-, Wm., 393

Halfpenny:
-, J., 161
-, W., 161

Hall, Jas., 408

Hall, English, & Co., 139

Hall and Lander, firm of, 407

hall, Ric. of the, 431

Halliday, Wm., 357

Hallowes, J.F.T., 326

Halsey, Ralph, 375

Hamburg, 173, 182

Hamilton, J.R., 223, 302

hamlets, outlying 1, 4, 124, 170, 292, 382–410
-, boundaries, 1, 382–4, 410
-, fields, 384, 403–4, 415, 444
-, inc., 382–4, 400–1, 404–5
-, meadows, 384, 403–4, 435
-, par. govt. and poor relief, 147–8, 193–4, 409–10
-, suburban growth in, see suburbs
-, and see Barton Street; extraparochial places; Kingsholm; Longford; Saintbridge; Tuffley; Twigworth; Wotton

Hamlyn, John, 62, 373–4

Hampnett, 206

Hampshire, see Portsmouth; Southampton; Winchester

Hanbury:
-, John, 120, 371
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1708), 394
-, Thos. (s. of preceding), 394

Hands, Ric., 377

Handsworth (Staffs.), 263

Hanley, Ric., abbot of Glouc., 279

Harding, Ric., 435

Hardman, John, 284

Hardwicke, Ld., see Yorke, Phil.

Hardwicke, 37, 152, 264, 297, 352

Hare Lane (formerly the tanners' street), 8–9, 27, 63, 66, 70, 162, 167, 237, 265, 366, Plate 2
-, Back Hare Lane, see Park Street

Harescombe, 174, 298, 420 n

Haresfield, 141, 308

Harmar, John, 126

Harold, Earl, 12, 422

Harris:
-, Edwin, 364
-, Gabriel (d. 1744), 119, 132, 379
-, Gabriel (d. 1786), 132, 144, 320, 379
-, Howell, 324
-, John, 129
-, Mary, 360, 427–9
-, Revd. Samson, 446
-, Sarah, 360
-, Thos., 283
-, Wal., 121
-, Wm., 175

Hart:
-, Rob., 100–1
-, Thos. (fl. 1486), 375
-, Thos. (fl. 1963), 359

Harthacnut, king of England, 12

Hartland:
-, (or Porter), John, 306, 374
-, (or Porter), Thos., 375
-, Wm., 392

Hartlebury, Esther, 400

Hartpury, 24, 261, 318, 330, 399
-, Woolridge, 403

Harvey:
-, Fred. (d. 1908), 433
-, Fred. (d. 1957), 285

Hasfield, 140, 318

Hastings, Selina, ctss. of Huntingdon, 320, 325

Hatherley, Ric. of, 296

Hatherley, Down, 264, 306, 315, 382, 398
-, lands in, 28, 294, 298, 371, 391 n, 397, 433, 436

Hatherley (or Broadboard) brook, 382, 385

Hatherop, 318

Hatton, Geo., 395

Havana, see Cuba

Haw, the, see Tirley

Hawardine, Rob., 42

Hawker Aircraft Ltd. (later Hawker-Siddeley), 186, 188

Hawkins, John, 375

Hawksley, A. W., Ltd., 186

Haynes (Haines):
-, Humph., 406
-, Nic., 113
-, Peter, 104

Hayward:
-, John, prior of Llanthony (fl. 1457), 62
-, John (d. 1640), 355, 360, 377
-, John (d. 1758), 353, 379
-, Sam. (d. 1715), 379
-, Sam. (d. 1790), 261, 399, 431
-, Thos., 379
-, and see Curtis-Hayward

Hazard:
-, Hen., 377
-, Wm. (d. 1543), 53, 375
-, Wm. (fl. 1548), 376

Hazleton, John of, 373

Head:
-, (or Anlep), John, 41–2, 373
-, Rog., 372–3

health, boards of, see borough and city government

Heane:
-, Jas. Peat, 224
-, Rob., & Co., 173
-, Rowland, 130
-, fam., 138

Heath, John, 155 n

Heath & Co., 138

Hedley:
-, Anna, see Sherwood
-, Thos., perp. curate of St. James, 209, 312, 344
-, Revd. Wm., 397

Helps:
-, Jas., 160
-, Ric., 225

Hemmings, Wm., 396

Hempsted, John of, prior of Llanthony, 422

Hempsted, 171, 208, 220, 264, 311, 313–14, 358, 420–9, 443
-, adv., 427–8
-, agric., 425–6
-, benefice, 383, 396, 424
-, boundaries, 1, 171, 204, 382, 384, 420
-, char. for poor, 314, 360, 426, 429
-, ch., 310–11, 421–2, 427–8 bldg. hist., 428
-, ch. ho., 427
-, ct., 426
-, cross, 421
-, curates, 426–7
-, early settlement hist., 222, 412, 421–2
-, farms, 425–6
-, fields, 403, 425
-, fisheries, 426
-, Hempsted Ct., 209, 224, 314, 350, 421, 423, Plate 58
-, inc., 405, 425, 429
-, ind. development in, 179, 185, 254–5, 257–8
-, Lady's well, 421
-, Manor Fm., 423, 425–6
-, man., 62, 394, 422–7, 441
-, man. ho., see Hempsted, Hempsted Ct. and Podsmead
-, mkt., 426
-, meadows, 425
-, Newark Ho., 211, 395–6, 406, 421, 424, Plate 58
-, Podsmead, 56, 146, 203, 241, 338, 420–7
-, poor relief, 426, 429
-, pop., 422
-, Rea, the, 176, 236, 420–2, 426
-, rectors, 427–8
-, rectory, 424, 427
-, rectory ho., 421, 427–8
-, roads, 364, 421
-, schs., 339, 341, 421, 428–9
-, suburban development in, 236, 238, 241, 420–4
-, trades, 426
-, waterworks, 263, 422

Hendley, Rob., 52, 310

Hendon (Mdx.), 394

Hendy, Rob., 373

Henley, Wm. Ernest, 216

Henry I, 397

Henry II, 19, 25, 28–9

Henry III, 15, 19, 25–6, 30, 242, 245–6, 250, 277, 308, 385, 392, 397, 407

Henry IV (formerly Hen. of Lancaster), 396

Henry VII, 21, 36

Henry VIII, 21–2

Henry ap Rice, 376

Henry son of Nicholas, 396

Henry the burgess, 371

Henry the draper (fl. 1280s), 27, 372

Henry the draper (fl. 1339, 1348), 373

Henry:
-, Rob. s. of, see Robert
-, Wm. s. of, see William

Henshaw:
-, Agnes, 302
-, Alice, 302
-, Wm., 52–3, 302, 375

Herbert the mercer, 28, 372

Herbert, Peter s. of, see Peter

Herbert:
-, Edm., 399
-, Edw., 414
-, Frances, see Canning
-, Jas., 379
-, Rob., 399
-, Thos. (fl. 1460s), 21
-, Thos. (d. 1810), 414

Herbert, Ld., see Somerset, Hen.

Hereford, Ellis of, 262, 277

Hereford, bp., of, see Ironside, Gilb.

Hereford, earls of, 19; and see Bohun, Hen. de, Humph, de (d. 1275), and Humph, de (d. 1361); FitzOsbern, Rog. and Wm.; Gloucester, Miles of and Rog. of

Hereford, 130, 173, 219, 247
-, music meeting (Three Choirs festival), 107, 154, 215
-, newspaper, 159
-, rly. to, 172, 190
-, roads to, 39, 128, 138

Hereford, honor of, 38

Herefordshire, 136, 171
-, chs. in, 427
-, corn trade, 103
-, hides from, 76
-, preachers from, 100
-, and see Aconbury Priory; Hereford; Lea; Ledbury; Leominster; Marcle, Little and Much; Mordiford; Ross-on-Wye; Stoke Edith; Walford

Herefordshire and Gloucestershire canal, 135–6, 173, 177, 181

hermitage, see Saintbridge, chap.

Heron Park, see Saintbridge

Hertford, Wm. of, 372

Hertfordshire, see Northaw

Heyberare:
-, Rog. le, 372
-, Wm., 42, 296, 306, 373

Heydon:
-, John (fl. 1440s), 374
-, John, (d. c. 1580), 357

Hicks, Wm., 140, 165, 169

Hide, the, 61–2, 69

Higford:
-, Higford, 396
-, John, see Parsons
-, Julia, 396
-, fam., 424, 427

Higgs, Wm., 196 n, 212, 216, 327

High Orchard, 69 n, 167, 224
-, ch. at, see St. Luke's Parish
-, ind. development in, 173–5, 179–80, 186, 189, 223–4, 234, 240, 254–6

Highgrove, see Minsterworth

Highnam, 39, 173, 242, 295, 304
-, landowners of, 87, 113, 153, 209, 214, 271, 348, 391–2
-, Over, q.v.

Hill:
-, Adam of, 372
-, John (fl. before 1683), 360
-, John (fl. 1683, another), 114, 251, 318, 378
-, Nic., 374
-, Thos. (d. 1652), 377
-, Thos. (d. 1760), 379
-, Wm., 355, 377
-, and see Perks & Hill

hill, Peter of the, 28, 372

Hilley:
-, John (fl. 1457), 374
-, John (d. 1449, ? another), 375
-, Thos., 374

Hillfield House, 167, 219, 230, 250, 343

Hinks, Geo., 155

Hipwood:
-, Edw., 139, 175
-, F.C., 180

Hitch, Sam., 273

Hoare, Ric., 294, 301, 359, 361

Hobbs:
-, John, 53
-, Thos., 355

Hodges:
-, Wm. (fl. 1669), 378
-, Wm. (d. 1703, ? same as preceding), 378
-, Mr. (fl. early 18th cent.), 298 n, 446 n

Hoggs (or Deacon), John, 53

Holcomb (Holcombe):
-, Mary, 432
-, Wal. of, 395

Holden, Strickland, 261

Holford, Ric., 438

Holland, see Rotterdam

Holliday, Lawr., 376

Hollies, D.S., 325

Holman:
-, Eliz., m. — Hoskins, 424
-, Hen., 424
-, Ric., 424
-, Sarah, m. — Evans, 424

Holmes:
-, Rob., perp. curate of Christ Ch., 342
-, Thos., 341

Holy Trinity parish, 14, 70–1, 73
-, adv., 14, 60, 294
-, benefice, 292, 294, 303
-, chant., 41, 294–5, 298
-, char. for poor, 355, 359
-, ch., 14, 39, 64, 100, 117, 118, 162, 259, 268, 292–3, 294–5, 302
-, bldg. hist., 106, 295
-, curate, see Rawlings, Hugh

Holy Trinity (20th-cent.) church, see. Wotton, Wotton St. Mary Without eccl. par.

Hone, John, 111

honey, trade in, 24, 47

Honsum:
-, Adam, 23
-, Nic., 372
-, Rob. de, 23, 372, 407

Hook, Luke, master of Sir Thos. Rich's sch., 336, 389

Hooper, John, bp. of Glouc., 89, 237, 283
-, monuments to, 210, 251

Hope:
-, Adam of, 373
-, Eliz., 424
-, Hen. Thos., 206
-, fam., 424

Hopkinson:
-, Chas. (d. 1830), 398
-, Chas. (d. 1882), 398
-, Edm., 250, 434, 437
-, Geo. Caesar, 398

Hopton, Rob., 401

Horlick:
-, Egbert, 235
-, Jas. Nockells, 208

Horner, Jos., 362

Horsbere (or Norman's) brook, 263, 267, 389, 430, 435

horse races, 107, 133, 154–5, 157, 219

Horsemarling, see Moreton Valence

Horton:
-, Mary, see Blanch
-, Thos., abbot of Glouc. (d. 1377), 279, 282–3
-, Thos. (d. 1727), 398–9
-, Thos. (d. 1755), 353, 398

Horton Road Hospital, see hospitals, mental hosp.

Hoskins:
-, Eliz., see Holman
-, Holman, 424

hospitality, service of, 422

Hospitallers, Knights, 397

hospitals, 205, 240, 269–75
-, children's hosp., 231, 269, 271–2
-, dispensaries, 158, 269, 272
-, eye hosp., 270, 271
-, Glouc. Infirmary (later Glos. Royal Infirmary and Eye Institution), 3, 133, 156–7, 203, 219, 240, 269–70, 271–2, Plate 46
-, Glouc. union infirmary (later Glouc. City General Hosp.), 194, 203, 270–1
-, Glos. Royal Hosp., 270–2
-, isolation hosp. 151, 168, 199–200, 202–3, 269, 272–3
-, leper hospitals, q.v.
-, maternity hosp., 203, 269, 271
-, mental hosp., 192, 197, 235, 273–5 Barnwood Ho. Hosp., 230, 238, 241, 269, 274–5, 411, 414, 416
-, Coney Hill Hosp., 269, 274, 400, 411, 414, 416
-, Horton Road Hosp., 192, 197, 229, 269, 273–4, 383–4
-, and for almshouses and medieval hosp., see almshouses

hotels, see inns

Hoth, Wal., 371–2

Hotham, Sir Chas., 414

House:
-, Fred., 399
-, Percy, 399

housing schemes (council), see borough and city government, corporation

Howard:
-, Chas., earl of Surr. and later duke of Norf., recorder and later high steward of Glouc., 153, 155, 161, 380, 396, 404–5, 425
-, Frances, see Fitzroy Scudamore (later Howard-Molyneux-Howard), Hen., 153
-, John, 150, 246–7

Howel, Adam ap, see Adam

Hucclecote, 1, 171, 176, 202, 208, 220, 267, 273, 350, 430–8
-, agric., 434–5
-, airfield (partly in Brockworth), 185–6, 188, 238, 240, 273
-, as a hamlet of Churchdown, 1, 430, 436
-, benefice, 437
-, boundaries, 171, 204, 384, 390, 410, 430
-, chap., 430–1, 436
-, char. for poor, 437–8
-, ch., 431, 436–7
-, Churchdown Hill, see Churchdown ct., 436
-, early settlement hist., 222, 412, 430–1
-, Elmbridge, 204, 241, 338, 430–2, 434, 436
-, Elmbridge Ct., 190, 323, 432–5
-, man., 433–4, 436
-, farms, 435
-, fields, 415, 434–5
-, green, 431, 435
-, inc., 434–5
-, ind., 186, 188
-, inns, 432
-, man., 430, 432–4, 436
-, mills, 435–6
-, Noke, 431–2, 434–7
-, nonconf., 320–1, 323, 330, 437
-, poor relief, 436
-, pop., 235, 431–2
-, rectory, 430–1, 434, 436
-, roads, 430–1
-, sch. bd., 340, 437
-, schs., 337, 339, 341, 346, 431, 437
-, surburban development in, 235, 238, 240–1, 430–3
-, trades, 436
-, Wood Hucclecote, 431, 434, 436
-, Zoons Ct., 430–2, 435

Huggins, John, 40, 376

Hugh the bellfounder, 26

Hugh the clerk, 372

Hugh the girdler, 372

Hugh the parker, 373

Hugh the tailor, 372

Hughes, Thos., 373–4

Hulbert, Wm., 261

Hull (Yorks. E.R.), 173

Humphries, Thos., 126 n

Hunt:
-, G.H., 249
-, Wm., 139, 175

Huntingdon, ctss. of, see Hastings, Selina

Huntley:
-, Wal., 371
-, Wm. (fl. 1510), 40
-, Wm. (fl. early 17th cent.), 357

Hurd, Wm., 325

Hurry, Arnold, 423

Hutchins, Grimbald, 87, 377

Hutchinson, Hen., 270, 285, 312

Hwicce, 2, 7
-, under-king of, see Eldred; Osric

Hyatt, see Hyett

Hyde:
-, Thos., 376
-, Wal. of, 395

Hyde, 296, 395, 407

Hyde Lane, see Great Western Road

Hyett (Hyatt):
-, Benj. (d. 1712), 105, 108, 121, 378
-, Benj. (d. 1762), 152, 162, 246
-, Benj. (fl. 1790s), 414
-, Chas., 310, 401
-, Emme, see Cadle
-, John (fl. 1413), 392
-, John (d. 1711), 147–8, 341, 378
-, Jos. (d. 1714), 147–8, 341
-, Jos. (fl. 1833, 1857) 324
-, Nic., 414
-, Wm. Hen., 209, 271, 274, 381
-, fam., 154, 246–7, 250, 388, 390

ice cream, manufacture of, 188

improvement commissioners, see borough and city government

Independents (or Congregationalists) 117, 159, 209, 311, 319–21 323–5, 326, 330–2, 364, 419, 428, 437, Plate 52
-, sch., 324, 343

India, trade with, 179
-, industry, trade, and professions, 22–8, 41–54, 75–81, 96–7, 103–10, 124–41, 171–91; and see agricultural implements; aircraft; animal feed and fertilizer; apothecaries; architects; bakers; banking; booksellers; brewers; brickmaking; brushmaking; builders; butchers; capping; cheese; cider; clocksmith; cloth; clothmaking; coal; corn; doctors; drapers; edgetool making; engineering; fairs; fish; fisheries; fruit; glassmaking; grocers; honey; ice cream; iron and ironware; lawyers; leather; leather working; limekilns; malt; malting; market gardening; markets; masons; matches; mercers; metal working; mills; office workers; oil and petroleum; pickle and vinegar; potter; printers; railway carriages and wagons; river, canal, and maritime trade; roads and road transport; ropemaking; salt; shipbuilding; shops and stores; slate; slate enamelling; stone; sugar refining; surveyors; timber; wine; wool; woolstapling

Infirmary, Glouc., see hospitals

inns, hotels, taverns, and alehouses, 26, 38, 49, 51, 77, 79, 103, 106–7, 109, 134, 141, 154–6, 167, 176, 191, 211, 213–14, 223–6, 231, 233, 252, 260, 269, 277, 364–8, 405
-, Bell, 38, 106, 129, 138, 154–5, 161, 191, 213–14, 225, 239, Plate 15
-, Boothall, 38, 121, 138, 143, 155, 161, 214, 248, 251, Plate 14
-, Fleece, 38, 70, 155
-, King's Head, 128–9, 146, 154–5, 157, 213–14, 248, 287
-, Lower George, 38, 130, 138, 155, 214
-, New Bear, 121, 148
-, New Inn, 38–9, 42, 71–2, 79, 89, 106, 155, 221, 236, Plate 7
-, Ram (in Northgate St.), 38, 71, 225, 263, Plate 8
-, Ram (later the New County hotel), 138, 155, 233
-, regulation of, 79, 83, 89, 98, 100, 116, 150, 155–6, 211
-, role in road transport, see roads and road transport
-, Spa hotel (later Ribston Hall), 156, 165, 217, 338, 350
-, Spread Eagle (formerly Black Spread Eagle), 127, 130, 155, 214, 225, 233
-, and see Barton Street; Barnwood; Hucclecote; Kingsholm; Longford; Wotton

Innsworth, 1, 204, 345, 384, 410
-, agric., 403, 405, 435
-, early settlement hist., 389
-, lands in, 317, 390, 395, 400, 433
-, R.A.F. Innsworth, see Churchdown
-, mission ch., 313
-, schs., 341, 346
-, suburban development in, 171, 241 inshire (county of city of Glouc., see borough and city government

Ipswich (Suff.), 32

Ireland:
-, cattle and horses from, 261–2
-, lands in, 99, 116
-, military operations in, 5, 19, 25, 93, 99
-, packet boats to, 129
-, protestant refugees from, 95
-, trade with, 23, 25, 41, 50, 77, 137, 173–4, 177, 187
-, and see Rathgael House
-, iron and ironware, trade in, 25–6, 47–8, 104, 125–7, 135, 139, 141, 165, 377–9

Ironmongers' Row, see College Court

Ironside:
-, Gilb., bp. of Heref., 443
-, Mary, see Robins
-, ironwork of horses, service of mending, 392
-, ironworking, see metal working

Irving, Hen., 219

Isabella (of France), queen of Edw. II, 21, 391

Islam, 221, 335

Island, the, 66–7, 69, 122, 155, 162, 210, 238–9, 265, 324–5, 333, 342–3, 368
-, ind. development in, 122–3, 131–2, 139, 175, 181, 189, 221
-, slums in, 151, 169, 194–5, 202, 227, 237

Ivy:
-, Jas., 294
-, Joan, 294

Jackson, Wm., 401

Jacques:
-, John, 223, 317, 437
-, John, & Son, 270, 310, 437
-, Wm., 272

Jamaica, governor of, 441

James I, 84–5, 354

James II, 114, 251, 318

James, see Wait, James, & Co.; Williams & James

Jehovah's Witnesses, 334

Jefferies:
-, Job, 362
-, John (d. 1778), 131, 380
-, John (d. 1818), 131, 380
-, fam., 145

Jeffs, Hen., 370

Jelf, Jas. (later Sir Jas.), 133, 140–1, 145, 156, 161, 165, 380

Jellicoe, G. A., 205, 239

Jenkins:
-, A.H., 196 n
-, Wm. (fl. 1537), 406
-, Wm. (d. 1571, ? another), 376

Jenner, Edw., 285

Jennings:
-, John (later Sir John), 290–1, 401
-, Thos., rector of Matson, 446

Jeune, Mrs. A.M., 313

Jews, 15–16, 65, 133, 335

Jews' Street, see Eastgate Street

Jeynes:
-, Chas., 213
-, Edwin (later Sir Edwin), 133, 380
-, fam., 140

Joan (of Navarre), queen of Hen. IV, 20

John (King), 19, 29, 32, 250

John a' Deane, 395

John ap Rice, 393

John ap Richard, 376

John son of Nicholas, 396

John son of Simon, 372

John the Cornishman, 23

John the draper (fl. early 13th cent.), 28, 371

John the draper (fl. 1276, 1292, ? or John of Worcester), 27–8, 32, 372

John the dyer (fl. early 13th cent.), 371

John the dyer (fl. 1334), 373

John the tanner, 21, 372

John the weaver, 371

John the younger (fl. early 13th cent.), 371

Johnson:
-, Eliz., see Edwards
-, Eliz., m. John Jones, 413
-, Eliz., m. — Whitehead, 419
-, Geo., 413
-, Hester, m. Wm. Walbank, 413
-, Mary, 413
-, Sarah, m. 1 Hen. Wyatt, 2 Thos. Wathen, 413
-, Wm. (fl. 1692, 1714), 413–14
-, Wm. (d. 1750, s. of preceding), 413
-, fam., 419

Johnston-Vaughan, Wm., 358

Joliffe, John, 374

Jones:
-, Anne, see Dobbs
-, Chas., 333
-, Edwin, 408
-, Eliz., see Johnson
-, John (d. 1630), 86, 285, 368, 370, 377
-, John (fl. 1773), 413
-, John (fl. 1935), 432
-, Mary, 361
-, Sam. (fl. 1708), 319, 350
-, Sam. (d. 1844), 140, 380, 424, 428
-, Sam. (s. of preceding), 424
-, Thos. (fl. 1699), 397
-, Thos. (d. 1867), rector of Hempsted, 428
-, Wm. (fl. 1676), 397
-, Wm. (s. of preceding), 397
-, Wm. (fl. mid 18th cent.), 161

Jones & Son, 330

Jordan:
-, John, 416
-, Toby, 91, 378
-, Wm. (d. 1545), 375
-, Wm. (fl. 1680s), 105, 378

Josse, Abbé (fl. 1835), 345

justices of the peace, see borough and city government, J.P.s; Gloucestershire, J.P.s

Keene, Ric., 308

Keith, John, 437

Kell, S., A., and H., firm of, 179, 188–9

Kempe, C.E., 284

Kempsford, 14

Kempthorne:
-, John, rector of St. Michael, 158, 209, 285, 314
-, Sampson, 314

Kemyll, Thos., 432

Kendal (Kendall):
-, John, 47
-, Wm., 137

Kent, Wm., 283

Kent, see Deptford; Woolwich

Kentwine, Wal., 372

Kernahan, Jas., 324, 330

Kerridge & Sons, 329

Kerry (Mont.), 26

Ketford, see Pauntley

Keylock, Ric., 299, 355, 371

Keys:
-, Hen., 29
-, Osmund, see Osmund the reeve

Kidderminster (Worcs.), 17, 126

Kilroy, John 374

Kimber, Jas., 157

Kimbrose, the, see St. Kyneburgh's Hospital

Kimbrose Lane, 223, 366

King:
-, Hen., 376
-, Jas., 360
-, John (fl. 1327), 373
-, John (d. 1730), 379

King Edward's Lane, see College Street

King James's Hospital, see St. Mary Magdalen's Hospital

King Street, 236, 239, 366

'Kingeshagh', Wm. of, 373

King's Barton manor, see Barton Street

King's Board (butter mkt.), 65, 162, 250, 259, 263, Plate 39

king's hall:
-, Hugh of, 372
-, (or Kingsholm), Peter of, 391
-, Wybert of, 391

King's Lane, Rog. of, 373

King's school, see education, secondary educ., College sch.

King's Square, 191, 202, 236–7, 239, 366

Kingscote, Geo., 438

Kingsholm:
-, Peter of, see king's hall
-, Wm. of, see Daubeney

Kingsholm, 1, 217–19, 296, 303, 350, 382, 384, 400, 408
-, agric., 103, 401–5
-, boundaries, 197, 382–3
-, chap. (St. Nicholas), 7, 10, 317
-, char. for poor, 363
-, ch. at, see St. Mark's parish
-, ct., 408
-, early settlement hist., 121, 386–7
-, green, 386, 401
-, ind. development in, 175, 182, 185
-, inns, 386, 408
-, Kingsholm St. Catherine, 383 bd. of health, 197, 267, 410
-, man., 384–5, 391–2, 397, 401–2, 406, 408; and see Kingsholm, Tulwell
-, nonconf., 320–1, 329, 331, 333
-, poor relief, 148, 409
-, pop., 386
-, roads, 385
-, Roman fort, 5, 64, 386
-, royal palace, (or hall), 2, 7–9, 12, 18, 317, 386, 390–2
-, schs., 210, 339, 341, 343–7; and see St. Mark's parish
-, suburban development in, 168, 170, 205, 230–1, 234–5, 238, 240
-, Tulwell man., 386, 395, 401–2, 404
-, White Barn, 56, 168, 242, 386, 397

Kirby:
-, Bridget, 393
-, John, 376, 393
-, Marg., w. of Thos., m. 2 Rog. Batherne, 393
-, Thos., 393

Kirby, Beard, & Co., 175

Knowles, John, 101
-, and see Bruton, Knowles, & Co.

Knoyle, East (Wilts.), 307

Kodály, Zoltán, 216

Kyneburgh, abbess of St. Peter's minster, 11



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