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'Index: L - Z', A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 4: The City of Gloucester (1988), pp. 462-474. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42329 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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Ladybellegate House, 123, 213, 272

Ladybellegate Street, 226, 233, 291, 366

Ladycroft, 67

Lambe, Wm., 378

Lampley, Wm., 318

lamprey pies, presented to Crown, 25, 192

Lancashire, see Barrow in Furness; Liverpool; Manchester

Lancaster, Hen. of, see Henry IV

Lancaster, duchy of, 44, 143, 193

Lancaut, 284 n

Lander, see Hall and Lander

landgavel, see borough and city government

Lane:
-, G.R., 189
-, Maud, w. of Thos., m. 2 Ric. Pate, 441
-, Nic., 115, 379, 435
-, Thos. (d. 1504), 375
-, Thos. (d. 1544), recorder of Glouc., 441
-, Thos. (d. 1584), 376, 441
-, Wm., 133, 380

Lang, Edric, 422

Langford, Toby, 378

Langley:
-, Batty, 161
-, John, master of College sch., 90–2, 357

Lasborough:
-, Cecily of, m. Rob. Mayel, 407
-, Denise of, see barton
-, Hen. of, 407

Lasborough, 28

Latimer, Hugh, bp. of Worc., 40

Latter Day Saints (Mormons), 326

Laud, Wm., dean of Glouc., later abp. of Canterbury, 88, 90–2, 100, 283, 351 n

Laurence, see Lawrence

Law, Hen., dean of Glouc., 210

Lawrence (Laurence):
-, Jas., 401
-, Wal. Lawr., see Morris

lawyers, 37, 47, 53, 62, 105, 108, 110, 140, 172, 176, 225, 373–4 nn, 375, 433, 441
-, attorneys (or solicitors), 79, 89, 105, 110, 125, 133, 140–2, 145, 153, 159, 165, 168, 183, 192, 229, 275, 377–8, 380–1, 389, 400, 431–2
-, barristers, 79, 85, 105, 133, 136, 140, 142, 153, 155, 162, 165, 206–7, 380

Lea:
-, Edwin, 180, 226
-, Wm., 225

Lea (Herefs. and Glos.), 133

Leadon, Wm. of, 373

Leadon, river, 391, 402

Leah, Wm., 236, 437

leather, trade in, 25, 76, 126, 248, 260

Leather Bottle Lane, see Archdeacon Street

leather working, 3, 12, 22, 27, 48, 50–1, 176
-, shoemakers (or cordwainers), 27, 48, 51, 53, 59, 69, 80–1, 109, 125, 141, 151, 172, 176, 316, 426, 436
-, tanners and tanneries, 27, 48, 51, 53, 70, 76, 109, 140–1, 176, 180, 186, 251, 372 n, 375–8
-, tanners' trade company, 39–40, 59, 70, 80, 147, 299, 375 n

Lechlade, 103, 128

Leckhampton, 110, 136, 394, 441

lectureships, 83, 89–90, 100, 117, 306, 323; and see St. Michael's parish; St. Nicholas's parish

Ledbury, Thos. of, 373

Ledbury (Herefs.), 50, 130, 136, 165, 181, 190

Lediard, Thos., 400

Leicester, earl of, see Dudley, Rob.

Leicester, 285, 325

Leigh, Coombe Hill in, 129

Lenthall:
-, John, 94
-, Wm., Speaker of House of Commons and recorder of Glouc., 85, 89, 95, 99

Leominster, John of, 27 n

Leominster (Herefs.), 44

leper hospitals, 15

Leslie, Alex., earl of Leven, 283

Leviet:
-, Reynold, 445
-, Wm., 445

Lewis ap Rice, 376

Labour Church, 334

Lewis:
-, David, 376
-, Edw., 104
-, John, 434
-, Phyllis, 360, 362
-, Ric. (fl. 1720s), 126 n, 128
-, Ric. (d. 1745, another), 379
-, Thos., 156

Ley, Edw. of, see Edward the taverner

Leyborne-Popham:
-, Francis, 433
-, Francis Wm., 433

libraries and reading rooms, 156, 202, 204–5, 212–15, 220, 233, 245, 329, 332–3

Lich Lane, see College Street

Lichfield (Staffs.), 76

limekilns, 123, 132, 246, 252

Lincolnshire, see Grimsby

Lindsey, Wm. of, 373

Lire Abbey (Eure, France), 427

Lisle:
-, Geo., 407
-, Wm., 363

Little Meadow, 67, 193, 231, 245

Littleworth (or Lower Southgate Street), 69, 121, 167, 194, 302, 312, 361, 382–3, 408–10

Liverpool, 174, 185, 187, 208, 254

Llandovery (Carms.), 44

Llanthony manor, see South Hamlet

Llanthony Priory (Llanthony Prima) (Mon.), 18, 289

Llanthony Priory (Llanthony Secunda), in South Hamlet, 2, 10, 15, 18–19, 35, 40, 52–3, 296, 353, 385
-, chs., chaps, and tithes held by, 10–11, 39, 61, 246, 292–3, 300, 303, 310–11, 316, 400, 424, 427
-, fisheries, 25, 426
-, manors and estates, 37, 56, 62, 382–3, 395–7, 401–2, 404, 420–7, 441, 443, 445
-, priors, 424; and see Cherington, Wm. of; Hayward, John; Hempsted, John of
-, property in Glouc., 27–8, 38, 40, 61–2, 69, 121
-, relations with townspeople, 38, 58, 61–2
-, sch. run by, 335, 366
-, site and bldgs., 62, 175, 184, 288–9, 390, 396, 408, 439 n, Plate 40

Llanthony Quay, see docks

Llanthony Road, 163, 253, 255

Lloyd Baker, Thos. Barwick, 214

Llywelyn, David ap, see David

Lockington, Rog. of, 396

Lodge:
-, Strickland, 261
-, Susannah, see Carpenter

Lollards, 40

London, bp. of, 40

London, 110, 154, 279, 309, 320, 405
-, architects of, 233, 321
-, bellfounders of, 140, 285, 428
-, customs and liberties of, 28, 259
-, carriers to, 45, 130, 138
-, Christ's Hosp., 336
-, coaches to, 104, 129, 138
-, Lambeth Palace, 419 n
-, merchants of, 111, 165, 336, 391
-, named as address, 174, 180, 207, 269, 356–8, 362, 370–1, 391, 393, 399, 422, 443
-, rlys. to, 171–2
-, roads to, 39, 64, 104, 128, 385, 411, 430
-, St. Paul's sch., 92
-, Tower of London, 27
-, trade with, 24, 35, 45, 76, 78, 83, 89, 103–4, 108, 128, 130, 137, 139

London, Little, see Longhope

London Road, 63, 67, 160–1, 166–7, 225, 230, 244, 265, 353–4

Long:
-, Thos., 375
-, Wm., 211, 271–2

Longchamp, Geof. de, 433

Longden (Longdon):
-, John, curate of Barnwood, 418
-, Rob., 378
-, Thos., 379

Longdon (Worcs.), 352

Longford, 1, 171, 195, 264, 267, 271, 273, 296, 303, 315, 333, 363, 382, 384, 395, 400–1, 408
-, agric., 401–6
-, boundaries, 204, 382–4
-, chap. (possible), 39, 385, 387
-, char. for poor, 363
-, ct., 409
-, cross, 39, 385, 387
-, early settlement hist., 387–8
-, inns, 388
-, lands in, 148, 194, 391–3, 395, 397–9
-, Longford Ho., 393, 399
-, man., 393, 402–3, 408–9; and see Longford, Plock Ct.
-, nonconf., 319–20, 323, 326, 328–9, 330–1, 339, 350
-, Plock Ct., 220, 387, 396–7, 403, 409
-, pop., 236, 388
-, roads, 385, 388
-, schs., 326, 328, 345, 350
-, suburban development in, 171, 231, 236, 238, 241, 388
-, trades, 406

Longhope, Little London in, 321

Longlevens (formerly Springfield), 171, 204, 218, 220, 350, 384, 405, 410, 416, 430
-, ch. at, see Wotton, Wotton St. Mary Without eccl. par.
-, nonconf., 320, 323, 328–30
-, schs., 210, 337, 339, 341, 347
-, suburban development in, 230, 236, 241

Longney, Jas. of, 27, 372

Longney, 47

Longsmith Street (formerly the smiths' street, Schoolhouse Lane, or Bolt Lane), 26, 65, 70, 231, 366

Love Alley, see Mercers' Entry

Loveday, Thos., 376

Lovegrove, Jos., 229, 231, 394, 432

Lovel, Hen., 392

Lovelace, John, Ld. Lovelace, 115

Lovesy, Sam., 400

Lowbands, see Redmarley D'Abitot

Lowbridge, Ric., 263

Lucas (? or le Bole), John, 372

Luce, John, vicar of St. Nic., 210

Lucy:
-, Chas., 174
-, Dorothy, see Arnold
-, Geo., and Co., 137
-, Joyce, m. Sir Wm. Cooke, 392
-, Sir Thos., 392
-, Wm. Chas., 174, 210

Ludgershall (Wilts.), 153

Ludlow:
-, Edm., 112
-, Thos., 379

Ludlow (Salop.), 17, 44

Luffwyk, John, 391

Lugg:
-, Thos., 378
-, Wm., 377

Luke, John, 374

Lumbard, Isaac, 108

Lydbrook, see Dean, Forest of

Lydney, 50, 127, 136, 301, 324, 336
-, Aylburton, 331

Lye:
-, Nat., 308
-, Sam., 379

Lygon:
-, Anne, see Beauchamp
-, Anne, see Cheke
-, Hen., 441
-, Ric. (d. 1512), 397, 441
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1557), 441
-, Ric. (d. 1584), 441
-, Thos., 441
-, Wm. (d. 1567), 397, 441
-, Wm. (fl. 1597), 441
-, fam., 440

Lysons:
-, Ann, 358
-, Dan. (d. 1681), 104, 301–2, 359–63, 423
-, Dan. (d. 1736), 422–3
-, Dan. (d. 1773), 423, 425
-, Dan. (d. 1800), 423, 426–7
-, Revd. Dan. (d. 1834), 423
-, Lorenzo Geo., 423
-, Mary, w. of Silvanus, 423
-, Mary, w. of Thos., 423
-, Revd. Sam. (d. 1804), 423
-, Sam. (d. 1819), 423, 428
-, Sam. (d. 1877), perp. curate of St. Luke, 209, 224, 227, 263, 313–14, 344, 421–3, 426, 428
-, Silvanus, 423
-, char. of, 314, 423, 425, 427, 429
-, Thos., 422–3
-, fam., 421–2, 425–6

Maberly, A.W., 226, 235, 260, 270, 327, 344
-, and see Medland and Maberly

McAll, Rob., 325

McLean, Thos., 176

Machen:
-, Edw., 379
-, Hen., 376
-, Thos. 79, 86, 285, 354, 357, 359, 376

Maddox, G. V., 428

Maddy, Philo, 291

Madge, Wal., 200

Madock:
-, John (d. 1606), 261
-, John (d. c. 1657), 377
-, John (fl. 1683), 261

Madresfield (Worcs.), 441

Magdalen Asylum, 158, 211

Magna Britannia , 423

Maisemore, 178, 219, 303, 331, 409
-, boundaries, 66, 384, 410–11
-, commoning rights, 60, 67, 403

Maitland, Alex., 165

Major, John, 431

Malcolm, king of Scotland, 18

malt, trade in, 77, 82, 88, 96, 103, 126, 131

malting and maltsters, 3, 49, 77, 88, 103, 123, 125–6, 131, 139, 176, 180, 257, 376–7, 379

Malvern (or Parker), Wm., abbot of Glouc., 281–3, 418 n

Malvern, Great (Worcs), 350

Manchester, Ric., 42, 300–2, 304

Manchester, 44, 98, 104, 126–7

Mann:
-, Frances, 362
-, John, 352

Manning, Sam., 130

Mansbridge, Albert, 212, 285

Marches, Council in, 79, 87

Marcle:
-, John of, 28 n, 373
-, Wm. of, 372

Marcle, Little (Herefs.), 394

Marcle, Much (Herefs.), 141

Marden:
-, Giles, 307
-, Sarah, 307

Mare:
-, Bertram, 396
-, Maud de la, 433
-, Rob. de la, 433
-, Thos. de la, 433
-, Wm. de la, 433

Mare brook, see Sud brook

Margaret (of Anjou), queen of Hen. VI, 21

Margaret (of France), queen of Edw. I, 20, 245, 390, 407

mariners' chapel, see docks

market gardening, 103, 130, 178, 259–60, 405, 411, 416, 435

Market Street, see Station Road

markets, 9, 58, 142, 203
-, market area, 22, 24, 46–7, 50, 78
-, sites and bldgs., 64–5, 78, 103, 106, 122, 127, 130, 143–4, 162, 178, 192, 196, 251, 259–61, 297, 303
-, cattle mkt., 138, 143–4, 153, 169, 181, 193, 196, 199, 202, 205, 226, 233, 238, 260–1, 292
-, corn exchange, 178, 193, 196, 214, 220, 225, 233, 237, 249, 260, 322, 330
-, Eastgate mkt., 161–3, 225, 239, 260, Plate 30
-, and see Boothall; King's Board
-, tolls, see borough and city government
-, trade, 2–3, 16, 24–5, 35, 45, 78, 96–7, 101, 103, 130, 138, 170, 178, 181, 189
-, and see Hempsted

Marmion:
-, Hen., 302, 376
-, Wm., 375

Marsh:
-, Cecily, see Daubeney
-, John, 317
-, Maud, see Twigworth
-, (? or Savage), Rob., 392
-, Wm. (fl. 1337), 391
-, Wm. (fl. 1576), 317
-, Wm. (fl. 1811), 408
-, fam., 133

Marshal, Ric., earl of Pembroke, 19

Marsham (later Marsham-Townshend), Rob., 442

Martin, Maria, 407

Mary, Princess, dau. of Hen. VIII, 21

Marybone House, 121, 154, 162, 246–7, 268, Plate 12

Marybone Park, 121–2, 367

masons, 27, 49, 51, 53, 283–4, 290, 305

Massachusetts, see U.S.A.

Massey, Edw., 93–5, 99, 101

Massinger:
-, Ric., 310, 378
-, Thos. (d. 1534), 376
-, Thos. (d. 1565), 376
-, Wm., 376

matches, manufacture of, 4, 170, 181, 183, 185, 257

Mather, Increase, 323

Matson:
-, Ernulf of, 440, 445
-, John of (fl. 1239), 441
-, John of (fl. 1390s), 443
-, (or Matson Droys), Nic., 391–2
-, Phil. of (fl. 1159), 440–1, 445
-, Phil. of (fl. 1246), 441
-, Phil. of (fl. 1260s, 1284, s. of preceding), 262, 441
-, Phil. of (fl. 1427), 446
-, Rob., 391
-, Simon of, 441
-, Wm. of, 441

Matson, 1, 94, 96, 113, 149, 152, 171, 220, 236, 313, 389, 438–48
-, adv., 445
-, agric., 403, 443–5
-, benefice, 390, 405, 443–6
-, boundaries, 1–2, 171, 203–4, 438
-, char. for poor, 448
-, ch., 303, 311, 438–9, 443, 445–7, Plate 59
-, bldg. hist., 446–7
-, ch. ho., 439–40
-, early settlement hist., 412, 439–40
-, farms, 444–5
-, inc., 405, 438, 444, 446
-, man., 396, 440–5
-, man. ho., 439, 441–3; and see Matson, Matson Ho.
-, Matson Ho., 440–3, 447, Plate 59
-, Selwyn sch. at, 350, 442–3, 446
-, nonconf., 321–2, 447
-, poor relief, 445
-, pop., 440
-, rectory, 443, 445
-, rectory ho., 439, 443, 446
-, roads, 386, 439
-, Robins Wood Hill, q.v.
-, Roman Catholicism, 318–19, 442
-, schs., 341, 347, 440, 446, 448
-, suburban development in, 241, 438, 444, 448

Matthews:
-, Joanna, 434
-, John, 436
-, J.A., 180
-, Nat., 435
-, Wm. (d. 1539), 53, 376
-, Wm. (fl. 1835), 192

Maud, Empress, 19

Maurice son of Durand, 371

Maundy, Thos., 370

Maverdine Lane, 366

May, see Bryant & May

Mayel:
-, Cecily, see Lasborough
-, Rob., 407

Mayhouse, the, see Twigworth

mayor, see borough and city government

meadows, see common meadows

Meanham (later St. Catherine's Meadow), 67, 193–4, 219, 231, 245, 267, 383, 401, 434

Mears, Thos., & Co., 140, 175

mechanics' institutes, see clubs and societies

Medehal, Hunfrid de, 395, 401, 403

Medland:
-, Jas., 223, 226, 235, 260, 274, 324
-, M.H., 235, 297

Medland and Maberly, firm of, 251, 269, 335

Medland and Son, 226, 331, 338, 343–4, 347–8

Mee:
-, Barbara, 394
-, Sam., 363, 394, 399
-, Thos. (fl. 1722), 363
-, Thos. (d. 1757, another), 394, 399
-, Thos. (d. 1812), 145, 380, 394

Members of Parliament for Glouc., see parliamentary representation

mercer:
-, Ailwin the, see Ailwin
-, Herbert the, see Herbert

mercers, 17, 28, 49, 51–3, 62, 69, 78, 80, 104–5, 109–10, 125–6, 129, 133, 147, 357, 372–4 nn, 375–80, 435, 440

Mercers' Entry (or Love Alley or Fox Entry), 366

Mercers' Row, see Westgate Street

Mercia, 2, 7–10
-, king of the Mercians, see Offa
-, Lady of the Mercians, see Ethelfleda

Meredith, Wm., 317

Merrett:
-, Thos. (fl. 1676), 319
-, Thos. (fl. 1690, 1705, ? same as preceding), curate of Barnwood, 418

metal working, 35, 48, 51–2, 75–6, 80–1, 125, 141, 172, 175
-, bellfounding, 26, 48, 52–3, 76, 108, 132, 140–1, 175
-, bellfounders, see Atkyns, Ric.; Baker, John; Barnard, John; Covey, Wm.; Gloucester, John of; Hendley, Rob.; Henshaw, Wm.; Hugh the bellfounder; Keene, Ric.; London, Whitechapel foundry; Mears, Thos. & Co.; Newcombe, Rob.; Pennington, John; Prince, Hen.; Purdue, Ric.; Purdue, Rog.; Purdue, fam.; Rudhall, Abel; Rudhall, Abraham (d. 1735); Rudhall, Abraham (d. 1736); Rudhall, Chas.; Rudhall, John; Rudhall, Thos.; Rudhall, fam.; Sturdy, John; Thomas the bellfounder; Tyler, Francis
-, goldsmiths, 28, 48, 51, 53, 78, 133, 375–9
-, ironworking and ironfounding, 2, 12, 14, 16, 19, 22, 25–6, 47, 139, 141, 175, 179, 185, 188, 368–9
-, nailmaking 25–6, 48, 127, 175
-, pinmaking, 3, 41, 48, 52, 76, 96, 103, 107–8, 124–6, 130–1, 139, 141, 145, 148, 175, 380, 407–8, 416
-, wiredrawers, 48, 51–3, 175, 375

Metford, see Priday, Metford, & Co.

Methodists, 293, 298, 319–20, 324, 330
-, African Methodist Episcopal Ch., 325
-, Bible Christian, 330
-, New Connexion, 320, 328–9, 330
-, Primitive, 214, 320, 327, 328–9, 330–1
-, United, 320, 327, 329–30
-, Wesleyan, 159, 209, 239, 314, 320, 326–8, 329–30, 339, 350, 437, 447
-, schs., 327, 339–40, 343

Meyler, Wm. Morgan, 196 n, 381

Middlesex, see Hendon

Middleton, Wm., 380

Midland Railway, 172–3, 181, 233, 255, 257, 408

Miles, Wm., 359

Milford Haven (Pemb.), 129, 138

military incidents, 17, 18–21, 242, 245–6; and see Civil War

militia barracks, 226, 240, 247, 249, 253, 349

Milk Street, 366

Mill Lane, see Station Road

Miller, see Pickersgill & Miller

mills, see Barnwood; Barton Street; clothmaking, fulling mills; corn and flour mills; Hucclecote; Saintbridge; Tredworth; Tuffley; Upton St. Leonards; windmills; Wotton

Milner, Rob., 391

Milton, John, 81

Minchinhampton, 47, 50, 130, 277 n, 349, 418

Minety (Wilts., formerly Glos.), 352

Minsterworth, 53, 304, 330, 426
-, Denny, 23, 47
-, Highgrove, 141, 152

mint, 8, 12–13, 17, 64

Miserden, 148, 341–2

mission churches, see churches

missions, undenominational, 210–12, 332–4
-, to seamen, 210–11, 332–3; and see docks, mariners' chap.

Mitcheldean, 133, 264, 274

Mitchell:
-, Jas., 414
-, Thos., 391
-, Wm., 376

Mitre Street, see Oxbode

moated sites, 422, 424, 433, 439, 443

Moffat, W.B., 194

Molyneux, see Howard-Molyneux-Howard

Monger:
-, Joan, 316
-, Phil., 42, 316, 374

Monk:
-, Chas. Jas., 206–8, 297
-, Jas., bp. of Glouc., 158, 209, 284
-, fam., 297

Monk Meadow, 401, 404–5 dock, see docks

Monkleighton grounds, 161, 168

Monmouth, John, 41, 303, 373

Monmouth, 44–5, 130, 143

Monmouthshire, see Abergavenny;
-, Chepstow; Llanthony Priory;
-, Monmouth; Newport; Usk

Monnington, Thos. of, 373

Montague:
-, Chas., 179
-, Wm., 139, 175, 179

Montfort, Simon de, 20

Montgomeryshire, see Kerry

Moore, Thos., 62, 373

Mordiford (Herefs.), 50

Moreland:
-, S.J., 181, 227, 257
-, S.J., & Sons, 181, 187

Moreton (Morton):
-, Rob., 376
-, Sir Wm., recorder of Glouc., 114

Moreton, Castle (Worcs.), 352

Moreton Valence, 145
-, Epney, 47, 218, 294, 304, 306
-, Horsemarling, 42

Morgan:
-, Chas. Tyrell, 426
-, Thos. a, see Thomas

Morin:
-, Geof., 407
-, Nic., 407
-, Rog., 407

Morin's Mill, see Barton Street, mills

Morley, Sarah, 285

Mormons, see Latter Day Saints

Morris:
-, Eliz., 363
-, Francis, 400
-, John, (fl. 1626), 357
-, John (d. 1788), 394, 413, 416
-, Mary, 413
-, Rob. (d. 1816), 153, 395, 398, 413–16
-, Rob. (fl. 1825), 413
-, (later Lawrence), Wal. Lawr., 395
-, Wm., 395, 413
-, fam., 140–1
-, and see Turner and Morris

Morse:
-, Jas., 376
-, John, 400

Mortimer:
-, Rog. (d. 1282), 20
-, Rog. (d. 1330), 21

Morton, see Moreton

Morwent, John, abbot of Glouc., 279

Moslems, see Islam

Mount Street (formerly Dockham), 366

Mucegros:
-, Cecily de, 396
-, Hawise de, m. 2 John de Ferrers, 3 John de Bures, 396
-, John de, 396

murage, see borough and city government

museums, 156, 202–15, 220–1, 237

music meeting (later called Three Choirs festival), 107, 119, 133, 154, 157, 215–16, 249

Myende Lane, 8, 366

Mynd House, 162, 338

Myparty, Thos., 23

Naight, the, 253, 383–4, Plate 12

nailmaking, see metal working

Nailsworth, 306

Nash, Rob., curate of Hempsted, 428

Nasmith, David, 212, 333

Natton, John, 375

Nayler, Ric., 380

Neath (Glam.), 77, 126–7

Netheridge, see Quedgeley

New Inn (formerly Grant or Rosse) Lane, 39 n, 65, 236, 366

New Testament Church of God, 329, 334

Newark Ho., see Hempsted

Newcastle under Lyme (Staffs.), 127

Newcombe, Rob., 285

Newent, 16, 24, 47, 50, 129, 136, 138, 177, 397
-, rural district, 264

Newland (in Glouc.), 26, 67, 121

Newman:
-, Wm., 374
-, Wm. Ireland, 400

Newnham, 16, 43, 128, 141, 324
-, Bullo Pill, 136, 141

Newport (Mon.), 177

Newsham, Ric., 268

newspapers, 119, 159, 213
-, Citizen, 200, 213
-, Gloucester Journal, 132, 151, 157, 159, 176, 192, 213, 339
-, Gloucestershire Chronicle, 159, 213

Newton:
-, Revd. John, 290
-, Revd. John Fendall, 401

Newtown, see Tredworth

Niblett:
-, D.J., 399
-, Francis, 315
-, John, 133
-, Kitty, 399
-, Sam., 133, 141

Nice, Hen., 234

Nicholas:
-, Hen. s. of, see Henry
-, John s. of, see John
-, Roger s. of, see Roger

Nicholas son of Ralph, 396

Nicholls:
-, Edw., rector of St. Mary de Crypt, 446
-, Thos., 263, 379
-, Wm. (d. 1693), 378
-, Wm. (d. 1721), 379

Nicks, Wm., 177, 231

Niel, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Noke, see Hucclecote

nonconformity, see protestant nonconformity

Norfolk, duke of, see Howard, Chas.

Norfolk, sch. in, 350

Normandy, duke of, see Robert

Norman's brook, see Horsbere brook

North Hamlet, 246, 353, 382–3, 408–9

Northampton, 17, 26, 159, 269

Northamptonshire, smith from, 23 and see Northampton

Northaw (Herts.), 391

Northgate Street (part formerly Cordwainers' Row), 27, 64–5, 69, 236, 259–60, 366
-, lower, 9, 66, 239, 265, 366

Northleach, 50

Northumbria, 7
-, king of, see Oswald

Northwich, John of, 372

Norris, John, 354

Norton:
-, Marg., 355, 361
-, Mrs. (? same as preceding), 359

Norton, 109, 129, 173, 308, 385

Norway:
-, seamen from, 211, 257, 333
-, trade with, 183

Norwood, Hen., 110, 113, 378, 394

Nottingham:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wm., m. 2 Ric. Poole, 398, 433
-, Sir Wm., 37, 374, 398, 433, 443

Nourse:
-, Edw. (fl. 1660), 113
-, Edw. (fl. 1674, ? same as preceding), 304, 307, 361
-, Hen., 406
-, Luke, 95, 377
-, Tim., 112, 147–8, 359
-, Wal., 377

Nympsfield, 339

Ockenden, North (Essex), 394

Ockhold, Hen., 378

Offa, king of the Mercians, 390

office workers, 4, 172, 183, 186, 190

oil and petroleum, distribution of, 177, 186–7, 257–8

Oke, Hen. del, 372

Oldisworth, Wm., recorder of Glouc., 86

Olive fam., 388

Oliver:
-, Geo., 181
-, Wm., 374

Ollney, John Harvey, 356, 408

Osbern, bp. of Exeter, 10, 14, 394

Osborne, Thos., 375

Osmund the reeve (or Keys), 29, 61

Osric, under-king of the Hwicce, 9, 275, 281

Oswald, St., king of Northumbria, 7, 9, 39, 289

Over, in Highnam, 175, 218, 255, 258
-, bridge, 243, Plate 40
-, hosp., 202, 269, 273
-, Vineyard, the, 361, 382 n, 424

Over causeway, see bridges

Overbury, Thos., 236

Overbury (Worcs.), 50

Owen:
-, Francis, 126 n, 128
-, John, 445

Oxbode, the (or Mitre Street), 65, 69, 202, 236, 366

Oxenhall, 264

Oxford, 45, 128, 130, 174, 385, 411, 430
-, Brasenose Coll., 266, 315, 392, 408

Oxford Street, 168, 194

Oxfordshire, see Banbury; Burford; Eynsham Abbey; Godstow Abbey; Oxford; Tetsworth; Woodstock

Oxlease, 67, 193, 231, 262, 382, 384, 403

Oye, Thos., 371–2

Paddock House, 162, 251, 338

Padstow (Cornw.), 77

Pain (fl. 1066), 395

Paine, Tom 151

Paine & Co., 129, 138

Painscastle (Radnors.), 19

Painswick, 154, 209, 271, 277 n
-, Edge, 302, 385
-, road to, 39, 65, 129, 386
-, Spoonbed, 27
-, trade, 16, 24, 47, 50

Painswick Road, 229–30, 238, 329–30

Palling, Sam., 298, 360

Palmer:
-, A.J., 313
-, Gideon, 104
-, Maur., 371
-, Sam., 379

palmer, Ellis the, see Ellis

Paris, abbey of St. Denis at, 11, 14

parishes (of Glouc. city):
-, boundaries, 1, 10–11, 14, 70, 194, 198, 292–3, 382
-, par. govt. and poor relief, see borough and city government
-, relative prosperity of, 70–1, 73, 81–2, 102–3, 110
-, union of (1648), 98, 100, 118, 293
-, and see under parish names

park, Wm. of the, 407

Park Road, 165, 168, 226, 385

Park Street (formerly Back Hare Lane), 8, 66, 231, 366, Plate 1

Parkend, see Dean, Forest of

Parker:
-, Humph., 413
-, Isabel, 413
-, John (fl. 1538), 413
-, John (fl. 1560, 1602), 413
-, Margery, see Stephens
-, Mary, w. of Ric., m. 2 Geo. Worrall, 413
-, Ric., 413
-, Wm., 413
-, Wm., abbot of Glouc., see Malvern
-, fam., 419

parker, Hugh the, see Hugh

Parker's Row, see Brunswick Road

parks and gardens, 195, 205, 217, 219–20, 251, 423
-, ornamental gardens (18th-cent.), 162, 246, 250, 442
-, and see Blenheim Gardens; spas; Tuffley; Twigworth

parliament:
-, held at Glouc., 20–1, 282
-, Speaker of House of Commons, see Lenthall, Wm.

Parliament Street (formerly Green Dragon Lane), 225, 270, 366

parliamentary representation, 56, 82, 86–7, 88–9, 113, 115, 142, 144, 146, 152–4, 155, 170, 196, 198, 205–9
-, M.P.s for Glouc., 37, 86, 89, 92, 94–5, 141, 144, 149, 151–3, 155, 165, 175, 185, 205–9, 263, 275, 371, 394, 398, 413, 433, 441–2

Parry:
-, Anne, see Fortescue
-, Sir Chas. Hubert Hastings, 214, 285
-, Hen., bp. of Glouc., 283
-, Thos., 393
-, Thos. Gambier, 209–10, 214, 271–2, 284, 348

Parsons:
-, (later Higford), John, 396, 406, 424, 428–9
-, Rob., 318

Parton, see Churchdown

Partridge:
-, Hugh, 299, 303
-, John, 423
-, Sir Miles, 299, 303
-, Ric., 423
-, Thos., 111
-, Wm., 255

Pasco, John, 127, 287

Pate:
-, Maud, see Lane
-, Ric., recorder of Glouc., 40, 85–6, 244, 285, 292, 299, 307, 352, 355, 357, 441–2

Patrick, Hen., 27 n

Paul, Sir Geo. Onesiphorus, 246–7, 270, 273, 285

Pauncefoot, John, 318

Pauntley, Ketford in, 264

Payn (Payne):
-, Capel, 379
-, John (fl. 1260s), 32, 372
-, John (d. 1605), 377
-, Rob. (fl. 1659), 378
-, Rob. (d. 1713), 301, 361, 378
-, Thos., 291, 376
-, Wal., 371–2
-, Wm., 22–3, 27
-, fam., 422
-, and see Selwyn-Payne

Peach, Mr. (? fl. before 1618), 356

Pearce (Pierce):
-, Thos. (fl. 1660), 378
-, Thos. (fl. 1693, ? another), 105

Pearman, Mark, 136

Pearson, Edw., 295

Pembroke, earl of, see Marshal, Ric.

Pembrokeshire, trade with, 77
-, and see Milford Haven; Tenby

Pendock, And. of, 306, 372–3

Pennington, John, 285

Pentecostal Churches (later Assemblies of God), 334

Perkins:
-, Wm. (fl. 1466), 374
-, Wm., (fl. 1572, 1634), curate of Barnwood, 418

Perks & Hill, firm of, 126 n

Permali Ltd., 187

Perry, see Pury

Pershore (Worcs.), 104

Peter, abbot of Glouc., 275, 281

Peter son of Herbert, 395

Peters, Geo., 272

Pettifer, Rob., 357

Phelps:
-, Jos., 399
-, Wm. Hen., 301, 361
-, fam., 424

Philip the spicer (or apothecary), 22–3, 372

Phillips:
-, Francis, 400
-, Revd. Wm. Spencer, 414

Phillpotts:
-, John (fl. 1782, 1799), 155
-, John (d. 1849, s. of preceding), 129, 136, 153, 155, 165, 167, 206, 247, 261, 380, Plate 20
-, Thos., 254
-, Wm., bp. of Exeter, 155

physicians, see doctors

Pickersgill & Miller, firm of, 180

pickle and vinegar, manufacture of, 176–7, 180, 183, 187

Pidgeon, Dan., 226

Pierce, see Pearce

pilgrimage, 39, 279, 421

Pincott, Thos., 407

Pinfold, John, 132

pinmaking, see metal working

Pirton:
-, Eliz, w. of Rog., m. 2 John Bradston, 433
-, Rog. (fl. 1394), 433
-, Rog. (d. 1453, ? same as preceding), 433

Pirton, see Churchdown

Pitchcombe, 137, 386

Pîtres, Rog. de, see Gloucester, Rog. of

Pitt (Pytt):
-, Anne, 301 n
-, Revd. Jas., 392
-, John, 153, 162, 252, 275, 297, 392, 400–1
-, John Selwyn, 159
-, Mary, m. Revd. Jas. Pitt, 343, 392
-, Rowland, 127
-, fam., 297 n, 367

Pitt Street, 66, 260, 367

plagues and epidemics, 3–4, 35–6, 73–5, 82–3, 88, 96–7, 102, 272
-, cholera, 150–1, 156, 158, 168, 194–5, 266, 272–3
-, smallpox, 102, 124, 200, 202–3, 273, 408
-, and see anti-vaccination movement

Planck, Wal., 316

Platt:
-, Jas., 179, 200
-, John, 132
-, and see Fielding & Platt

Plavis, Rob., 375

Playne, Mary, 349

Plock Court, see Longford

Podsmead, see Hempsted

Poland, corn from, 83

police force, see borough and city government, public services, watching and police

Pollard, Jas., 165

Pool Meadow, 67, 132, 194, 196, 231, 383

Poole:
-, Chas., 219
-, Eliz., see Nottingham
-, Hen., 433
-, John, 374–5
-, Ric., 398, 433
-, Rob. (fl. 1489), 375
-, Rob. (d. 1545), 42, 376
-, Wm., 374

poor relief, see Barnwood; borough and city government; Gloucester poorlaw union; hamlets; Hempsted; Hucclecote; Matson

Pope:
-, J. Pearce, & Sons, 261
-, J.R., 181, 328
-, John, 373
-, Rob. (fl. 1307), 372
-, Rob. (fl. 1327, ? same as preceding), 28
-, Rob. (fl. 1377, 1391), 373
-, Thos., 41–3, 62, 294, 373

Popham, see Leyborne-Popham

population, 3–4, 13, 18, 35, 73–4, 95–6, 102–3, 124, 170–1, 227

port of Gloucester, 3, 43, 77, 88, 128, 252
-, custom house, 172, 252, 255, 258, 350
-, port sanitary authority, see borough and city government, corporation

Port Talbot (Glam.), 182

Port way, see roads and road transport

Portcullis Lane, see St. Mary's Street

Porter:
-, Anne, see Danvers
-, Arthur (d. 1558 or 1559), 289, 392, 395
-, Sir Arthur (fl. 1597, 1609), 79, 395
-, Eliz., m. John Scudamore, 395–6
-, John, see Hartland
-, Thos., see Hartland
-, Sir Thos., 395
-, fam., 424

Portham, 67, 193

Portishead (Som.), 177

Portmadoc (Caern.), 137

'portmen', see borough and city government

Portsmouth (Hants), 26

Portugal, trade with, 42, 126, 135, 137

Potter:
-, Beatrix, 216
-, Ric., 173–4, 178, 207
-, Rob., 313

potter, 27

Poulton:
-, Alice, 351
-, Thos., 357

Powell (Powle):
-, Hen. (fl. 1628), 424
-, Hen. (fl. 1662, s. of preceding), 424
-, Hen. (fl. 1740), 132
-, Jas., 377
-, John (d. 1666), 357, 378
-, Sir John (d. 1713), town clerk of Glouc., 105, 116, 285, 291
-, John Jos., 207
-, Ric., 424
-, Thos., town clerk of Glouc., 105, 116

Power:
-, John, 374
-, (or Southern), Thurstan, 374

Powke Lane, 8, 367

Powle, see Powell

Presbyterians, 95, 100–1, 226, 319–20, 323–4, 326, 330–1, 332, 419

Price:
-, Bridget, 299
-, Dorothy, 299
-, John (d. 1687), 378
-, John (fl. 1690s), 109
-, John (fl. 1780), 391
-, Marg., 208, 214, 332
-, Margery, 259
-, Mat., 377
-, Morgan, 127
-, Morgan Philips, 209
-, Thos. (d. 1679), 299, 378
-, Thos. (fl. 1747, 1758), 133
-, Wm. (d. 1640), 377
-, Wm. (d. 1815), 127, 135, 260, 353
-, Wm. (d. 1838), 135, 137, 165, 169, 173, 380
-, Wm. Edwin, 214
-, Wm. Phil., 173, 206–8, 250, Plate 22

Price & Washbourne (later Price & Co., later Price, Walker, & Co.), 173–4, 182, 187, 215, 255, 257, Plate 27

Prichard, see Pritchard

Priday, Metford, & Co., 179, 189

Pridith, Phil., 375

Prince, Hen., 52

printers, 119, 132, 167, 176, 180–1, 183, 185, 226, 380–1

Prior, Thos., 89

Priory Road, 195, 225

prisons, see gaols

Pritchard (Prichard):
-, John, 216
-, Rob. Anwyl, rector of Matson, 447
-, Pritchett, J.P., 223

Probyn, Edm., 391

Prosser, Wm., 135

protestant nonconformity, 4, 100–1, 117–18, 134, 158–9, 201, 209–10, 232, 319–34, 350; and see Apostolic Ch.; Baptists; Barnwood; Bethel United Ch. of Jesus Christ; Bible Christians; Brethren; Christadelphians; Christian Scientists; Ch. of God of Prophecy; Chs. of Christ; Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion; Elim Pentecostal ch.; Hucclecote; Independents; Jehovah's Witnesses; Labour Ch.; Latter Day Saints; Matson; Methodists; New Testament Ch. of God; Pentecostal Chs.; Presbyterians; Quakers; Salvation Army; Seventh Day Adventists; spiritualists; Unitarians; United Reformed Ch.

protestantism, early, 40

Pruen, Thos., 129

public services, see borough and city government

pump room, see spas

Punter, Jane, 307, 352, 357

Purdue:
-, Ric., 302
-, Rog., 305, 310
-, fam., 296

puritanism, 3, 73, 86–92, 100, 418

Pury (Perry):
-, Edw., 342
-, Thos. (d. 1579), 291, 376
-, Thos. (d. 1666), 89, 92–5, 99, 113, 301, 361, 377
-, Thos. (s. of preceding), 95, 100, 286
-, Wal., 301, 361

Putley:
-, Ralph of, 372
-, Rob. of, 23, 28, 372

Putney (Surr.), 226

Pytt, see Pitt

Quakers (Society of Friends)), 101, 117, 210–11, 319–20, 323, 331–2, 333–5
-, sch., 343

Quarington, John, 127

quay, 36, 38, 120, 122, 132, 136, 149, 155, 178, 251–3, 261, 265
-, gifts for upkeep of, 42, 56, 242
-, improvements at, 104, 117, 143, 169, 182, 199, 202, 252–3, 311
-, tolls at, 142–4, 193, 251–3
-, trade at, 41, 43–4, 58, 126–8, 135–6

Quay Court, see Turnstile Alley

Quay Street, 121, 226, 237, 240, 252, 264, 367
-, Lower (formerly the fullers' street or Walkers' Lane), 26, 65, 367
-, Upper, 223, 240, 367

Quedgeley, 178, 191, 310–11, 395, 403, 426
-, boundaries, 1, 383–4, 420
-, ind., 185, 187, 238, 257
-, Netheridge, 204, 267, 420, 426
-, Woolstrop, 311, 363, 382 n, 383, 408

Queen Street, 239, 261, 367

Quenington, 14, 397

racing, see horse races

radio station, local, 213

Radnorshire, see Painscastle

Ragoun, Wm., 373

Raikes:
-, Revd. Hen. (d. 1854), 394, 400
-, Hen. (d. 1863), 394
-, Hen. Cecil, 394, 405
-, Mary, 400
-, Revd. Ric., 285, 341, 343, 394
-, Rob. (d. 1757), 132, 159, 400
-, Rob. (d. 1811), 157, 159, 332, 400
-, memorials to, 214, 225, 251, 299, 302, 315, 321, 329, 339

railway carriages and wagons, manufacture of, 4, 170, 174, 178–9; and see Gloucester Wagon Co.

railways, 1, 3–4, 170, 171–3, 174–5, 177–8, 181, 182–3, 185–6, 189–90, 212, 214, 222–4, 227, 232–3, 239–40, 254–8, Plate 33; and see Birmingham and Gloucester; Gloucester and Dean Forest; Great Western; Midland

Ralph (fl. early 12th cent.), 440, 445

Ralph, Nic. s. of, see Nicholas

Ralph the reeve, 31 n

Ramsbury (Wilts.), Littlecote in, 433

Randall, Josias, 361

Ranulph the wheeler, 372–3

Rastell:
-, John (d. 1533), 376
-, John (d. 1558), 40, 376
-, John (d. 1587), 377

Ratcliffe, Thos., 352

Rathgael House (co. Down), 251

Rawlings (Rawlins):
-, Ann, 126 n
-, Darsie, 419
-, Hugh, curate of Holy Trinity, 40
-, John (fl. 1391), 42
-, John (d. 1532), 375
-, Ralph, 376
-, Rob., 375

Rayer fam., 155 n

Rea, Russell, 208

Rea, the see Hempsted

Read (Reed):
-, Dorothy, m. Oliver St. John, 397
-, Edw., 261
-, John (fl. 1430s), 374
-, John (d. 1570), 397
-, Marg., 397
-, Ric., 397
-, Wm., 397

reading rooms, see libraries

Ready, John, 380

Recevour:
-, Ric. le (or Ric. of Bramshall), 373
-, Rog., 373

recorder, see borough and city government

Redmarley D'Abitot, Lowbands in, 328–9

Redvern:
-, Hen., 307
-, Phil., 376, 440

Reece, see Rice

Reed, see Read

Rees, see Rice

Reeve, Jos., 363

reeve:
-, Osmund the, see Osmund
-, Ralph the, see Ralph

religious houses, 1, 3, 14–15, 23, 55; and see Carmelite friary; Dominican friary; Franciscan friary; Gloucester Abbey; Llanthony Priory; St. Bartholomew's Hospital; St. Margaret's Hospital; St. Mary Magdalen's Hospital; St. Oswald's Priory

religious life, 14–15, 38–40, 89–91, 100–1, 117–18, 157–9, 209–11; and see anchorites; chapels; churches; evangelical movement; Islam; Jews; Lollards; protestant nonconformity; protestantism, early; puritanism; Roman Catholicism; Socinianism

Reynold the carter, 45

Reynolds:
-, Jas., 179
-, Jos., 179, 345
-, Sydney, 345
-, Wm., 135

Rheims (Marne, France), 318

Rhyl (Flints.), 257

Rhys ap Gruffud, 19

Ribston Hall, see inns, Spa hotel

Rice (Reece, Rees):
-, Caroline, 442 n, 448
-, Cecil, 442 n
-, Edw., dean of Glouc., 209
-, Frances, 442 n
-, Harriet, 442 n, 448
-, Hen. ap, see Henry
-, John ap, see John
-, Katharine, 442 n, 447
-, Lewis ap, see Lewis
-, Maria, 442, 447
-, Thos., 165
-, Wm., 169, 224
-, Misses (fl. late 19th cent.), 440, 442, 446–8

Rich (Riche):
-, Moses le, 15
-, Thos. (d. 1607), 86, 377
-, Thos. (later Sir Thos., d. 1667), 111, 118, 300, 335–6, 356–7

Richard I, 29

Richard II, 30, 250

Richard III, 21, 54, 250, 368

Richard son of Niel, 395, 408

Richard son of Walter, 371

Richard son of William, 371

Richard the burgess (fl. late 12th cent.), 31 n

Richard the burgess (fl. 1200, another), 22

Richard the burgess (fl. c. 1220, c. 1240, ? same as preceding), 22, 31, 63, 371

Richard, John ap, see John

Richards, Hen., 374

Ricketts:
-, Jas., 334
-, John (fl. 1711), 251
-, John (fl. 1770, s. of preceding), 285
-, Sam., 380

Rickman, Thos., 165, 270, 285, 312

Riddall, Hen., 331

Riddiford, G. F., 411

Rigney Stile grounds, 156, 163

Rignum Villa (later Rikenel), 165, 269, 272

riots, 61–2, 82, 112, 115, 129, 151, 242, 326, 331

Riouns, Wm. de, 22, 372

Ripple (Worcs.), 301

Rissington, Great, 428

river, canal, and maritime trade, 3, 16, 22–4, 35, 41–4, 76–8, 103–4, 123–4, 126–8, 135–7, 172–5, 177–8, 181–3, 185–7, 357, 372–4 nn, 375–6; and see docks; quay

Roach, John, 433

roads and road transport, 3, 38–9, 45, 64–5, 104, 124, 128–30, 137–8, 141, 172, 185, 187, 189, 197, 243–4, 385–6
-, buses, 203–5, 236, 238
-, bypasses and ring roads, 202, 205, 237–9, 241, 253, 430, Fig. 1
-, carriers, 45, 49, 51, 104, 108, 130, 138, 178
-, coach services, 104, 129, 138, 178
-, Ermin Street, 64, 230, 385, 410–11, 430
-, M 5 motorway, 189, 239
-, Port way, 439
-, role of inns in, 107, 129–30, 138, 214
-, tramways, 185, 201–3, 229, 234–5
-, turnpike trusts, 104, 128–9, 137, 167, 197, 243, 385–6, 411, 421, 430–1, 439

Robert, duke of Normandy, 281

Robert, earl of Glouc., 395

Robert le Walour, 373

Robert son of Henry, 399

Robert the clerk, 372

Robert the salter, 24

Robert the sheriff, 416

Robert the spicer (or apothecary), 372

Roberts:
-, Eliz., m. — Atkyns, 398
-, Giles, 414
-, Hester, 398
-, John Owen, 203
-, Jos., 167
-, Ric., 379
-, Lewis (d. 1629), 398
-, Lewis (d. 1679), 398, 407
-, Mary, 398
-, Wm., 249 n
-, fam., 127

Robins:
-, Ann, 310
-, Hen. (d. 1613), town clerk of Glouc., 79
-, Hen. (d. 1646), 443
-, Joan, w. of Thos., m. 2 John Walkley, 441
-, John (d. 1563), 440–1
-, John (d. 1646), 390, 443, 445
-, John (d. 1691), 442–4
-, Marg., m. Jasper Selwyn, 441
-, Mary, m. Gilb. Ironside, 443
-, Ric., 443, 445
-, (or Butcher), Thos. (d. 1550), 441, 443
-, Thos. (d. 1577), 441
-, Wm., 443
-, fam., 439, 440, 442–3

Robins Wood Hill (in Matson, Tuffley, Upton St. Leonards, and Whaddon), 229, 238, 383–4, 390, 394, 403, 420, 438, 439, 444
-, beacon, 216, 439
-, brickworks, 180, 234, 333
-, country park, 205, 220, 439
-, waterworks on, 117, 152, 194, 196, 250, 262–4, 275, 291, 439

Robinson:
-, Ant., 377
-, John, 174
-, Thos. (later Sir Thos.), 174, 196, 198, 207–8, Plate 21

Rodborough, 138

Rodmarton, 37, 209, 423

Rodway:
-, Giles, 104, 379
-, John (fl. 1680s), 104
-, John (d. 1736), 379

Roger son of Nicholas, 396

Roger, Adam s. of, see Adam

Rogers:
-, Jas., 398
-, John, 378
-, Wm., 298

Roman Catholicism, 89, 114–15, 159, 210, 251, 317–19, 320, 442
-, ch. (St. Peter), 210, 318–19
-, schs., 318, 337, 339–41, 345, 350

Roman Gloucester, 1–2, 5, 7, 64, 304, 386, 421
-, gates and walls, 5–6, 8, 11, 63, 244–5, 275

Romney:
-, Eliz., 393
-, Peter, 376, 393

ropemaking, 131, 139–41, 148, 175, 180, 254

Ross-on-Wye (Herefs.), 50, 128, 179, 335, 428

Rosse Lane, see New Inn Lane

Rotterdam, 182

Roubiliac, Louis, 442

Rowden:
-, Ric., 375
-, Wal., 37, 375

royal palace, see Kingsholm

royal visits, 12, 17–22, 114, 131, 157 216, 318, 370, 442

Rudder, Sam., 159

Rudge:
-, Thos. (fl. 1748), 350
-, Thos. (d. 1825), rector of St. Michael, master of Crypt sch., 158–9, 350

Rudhall:
-, Abel, 132, 447
-, Abraham (d. 1735), 132, 310
-, Abraham (d. 1736), 108, 132, 302, 305, 419, 428
-, Chas., 132
-, John, 132, 140, 285, 354, 428
-, Thos., 132, 300, 428
-, fam., 296

Rufus, John, 371

Rupert, Prince, 93

Ruseby, John, 38, 373

Russell:
-, Ann, 424
-, Ric., 374–5
-, Thos., 141, 196 n, 381
-, Wm. (d. 1682), 378
-, Wm. (fl. 1790s), 135

Russell and Skey, firm of, 141

Russia, trade with, 178–9
-, Ukraine, the, 174; and see Ukrainian community

Ryder, Hen., bp. of Glouc., 158, 343

Ryley, Sam., 154

Sacheverell, Hen., 115

Sadler:
-, Benj., 135
-, Elisha Farmer, 140, 381
-, Jas. (d. 1779), 380
-, Jas. (d. 1810), 380

Sage:
-, Cecily, 391–2
-, John, 372

St. Aldate Street, 8, 65, 160, 223, 225–6, 236, 367

St. Aldate's parish, 11, 70–1, 73, 82, 97
-, adv., 295
-, benefice, 293, 295–6, 388
-, chant., 296
-, char. for poor, 359
-, ch., 11, 100, 122, 157, 210, 292–3, 295–6, 307, 313
-, bldg. hist., 296
-, dedication alternatively St. Aldhelm or St. Laurence, 295, 367
-, rector, see Bowles, H.M.
-, sch., 343

St. Aldate's (20th-cent.) parish, 313
-, ch. (in Finlay Rd.), 296, 311, 313

St. Aldhelm's church, see St. Aldate's parish, ch.

St. Barnabas's parish, 313
-, ch. (at Tuffley), 311, 313

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 15, 20, 63, 82, 242–3, 316–17, 326, 351, 352–3, 355, 369
-, bldgs., 67, 122, 127, 162, 309, 352–3, Plate 57
-, endowments, 28, 31, 40, 63, 308, 310, 352, 363, 383, 397, 433, 439
-, prior, see Whitmay, And.

St. Catherine Street (formerly Watering Street, and part formerly Water Street), 9, 66, 231, 237, 244, 260, 367, Plate 1

St. Catherine's Meadow, see Meanham

St. Catherine's (later St. Catharine's) parish, see St. Oswald's parish

St. Davids, bp. of, see Tully, Rob.

St. Edward's Lane, see College Street

St. George's parish, 313–14
-, ch. (at Lower Tuffley), 311, 313–14

St. Ives (Cornw.), 77

St. James's parish, 212, 312–14
-, char. for poor, 359–60
-, ch. (at Barton End), 209, 293, 311, 314, 315
-, perp. curates, see Emeris, John; Hedley, Thos.
-, schs., 209, 314, 339–40, 342, 344–5, Plate 49

St. John:
-, Sir Ant., 397
-, Cath., 397
-, Dorothy, see Read
-, Oliver, Ld. St. John, 397

St. John the Baptist parish, 70–1, 73, 315
-, adv., 60, 298
-, benefice, 293, 295, 298–9, 301, 401
-, chant., 59, 294, 298–9
-, char. for poor, 355–6, 359–60
-, ch. (later St. John Northgate), 10, 40, 259, 292–3, 295–6, 297–300, 308, 316, 319, 327
-, bldg. hist., 299–300, Plate 45
-, rectors, see Bayley, F.T.; Stock, Thos.
-, sch., 271, 343–4

St. John's (formerly Grace) Lane, 64, 286–7, 302–3, 367

St. Kyneburgh's chapel, 10–11, 39, 106, 292, 310, 316, 326, 354

St. Kyneburgh's Hospital (or the Kimbrose), 83, 142, 292, 351, 354–5, 360, 407
-, bldg., 226, 316, 355, Plate 54

St. Laurence's church, see St. Aldate's parish, ch.

St. Lucy's Home of Charity, 210–11, 271–2, 424

St. Luke's parish, 314, 316
-, char. for poor, 360, 429
-, ch. (at High Orchard), 209, 293, 311–13, 314–15
-, perp. curate, see Lysons, Sam.
-, sch. (later St. Paul's sch.), 339–40, 344, 349

St. Luke the Less parish, 314, 316
-, ch. (later St. Stephen, in Bristol Rd.), 311, 315, 316

St. Margaret's (formerly St. Sepulchre's) Hospital (at Wotton), 15, 63, 82, 316, 351, 353, 354, 369
-, bldgs., 230, 353, 383, 388, Plate 55
-, endowments, 167, 353, 397, 432–3, 435

St. Mark's parish, 212, 315
-, char. for poor, 360
-, ch. (at Kingsholm), 209, 311, 315, Plate 53
-, sch., 339, 344–5, 349

St. Martin's chapel, 11, 292, 305–6

St. Mary de Crypt parish, 10–11, 70–1, 150, 266, 293, 335
-, adv., 300
-, benefice, 293–4, 298, 300–1, 306, 311–12, 323
-, chant., 300–1
-, char. for poor, 301, 358–61
-, ch., 10, 36, 38, 40, 292–3, 300–2, 305, 308, 311, 361
-, bldg. hist., 301–2
-, dedication alternatively Christ Ch., 300
-, rectors, see Dowling, John; Gregory, Abraham; Nicholls, Edw.

St. Mary de Grace parish, 14, 70–1, 263, 275, 306
-, adv., 14, 60, 302
-, benefice, 294, 302–3, 305
-, chant., 303
-, ch., 14, 38–9, 64, 100, 122, 259, 292, 302–3, 307
-, bldg. hist., 303

St. Mary de Lode parish, 10, 70–1, 110, 195, 263, 292–3, 313–15, 409
-, adv., 60, 303
-, benefice, 118, 292–4, 297, 303–4, 309, 385, 445
-, chant., 304
-, char. for poor, 359, 361–2
-, ch., 10, 38–9, 66, 89, 225, 292–3, 297, 303–5, 313, 317, 323, 361, 417
-, bldg. hist., 304–5
-, rectory, 118, 303–4, 400
-, sch., 344–5, 347
-, vicars, 446

St. Mary Magdalen's (or King James's) Hospital (at Wotton), 15, 82, 316, 351, 353–4, 369
-, bldgs., 230, 354, 383, 388, Plate 56
-, endowments, 167, 354, 358, 397, 400–1

St. Mary's Lane (or Crypt Alley), 8, 367

St. Mary's Square, 66, 225, 240, 260, 265, 320, 324–5, 342

St. Mary's Street (part formerly Abbey, Portcullis, or Three Cocks Lane, and part formerly Half Street), 66, 260, 265, 367

St. Michael's parish, 10, 70–1, 73, 111–12, 148, 150, 210, 292, 314
-, adv., 60, 305
-, benefice, 292–3, 298, 303, 305–7
-, chant., 306–7
-, char. for poor, 360–3
-, ch., 10–11, 36, 89–90, 92, 163, 223, 238, 285, 292–3, 295–6, 299–300, 302–3, 305–8, 314, 319
-, bldg. hist., 163, 307–8, Plate 44
-, lectureship, 89, 117, 306
-, rectors, see Kempthorne, John; Rudge, Thos.; Woodruffe, Thos.
-, sch., 335, 345, 362

St. Nicholas's chapel, see Kingsholm

St. Nicholas's parish, 70–1, 73, 96, 111–12, 148, 150, 266, 383
-, adv., 308–9
-, benefice, 293–4, 303, 308–9
-, chant., 309
-, char. for poor, 351, 361–3
-, ch., 15, 36, 52, 145, 242, 286, 292–4, 305, 308–10, 351
-, bldg. hist., 309–10
-, curate, see Foxe, Helpe
-, lectureship, 309
-, sch., 345
-, vicars, see Balfour, Wm.; Davies, John; Luce, John

St. Oswald's (later St. Catherine's,) parish, 10, 66, 70–1, 110–11, 296, 313, 315, 353, 382–3, 386, 409
-, adv., 297
-, benefice, 293, 296–7
-, chant., 297
-, char. for poor, 351, 359
-, ch., 290, 292, 296–7
-, bldg. hist. (medieval ch.), see St. Oswald's Priory, site and bldgs.
-, 19th-cent. ch., 210, 290, 293, 297, 313, Plate 51
-, 20th-cent. ch. (at Wotton), 293, 297, 311, 313
-, rectory, 296–7, 401
-, sch., 343–5, 347

St. Oswald's (20th-cent.) parish, 315
-, ch. (at Coney Hill), 311, 315

St. Oswald's Priory (formerly minster), 5, 8–10, 15, 40, 64, 317
-, estates and tithes held by, 317, 382, 390, 395, 401, 432, 434, 436
-, property in Glouc., 9, 14, 62, 66, 275
-, site and bldgs., 63, 244, 289–90, 350
-, ch. (part later St. Cath. par. ch.), 100, 122, 290, 292, 296–7, 317

St. Oswald's Road, 237–8, 261

St. Owen's parish, 10–11, 61, 69–71, 310, 383
-, adv., 311
-, benefice, 292–3, 300, 310–11, 427
-, chant., 311
-, chapelries, 246, 310–11, 316, 420, 422, 427
-, char. for poor, 360–1
-, ch., 11, 38, 62, 100, 122, 292–3, 302, 310–11, 324
-, bldg. hist., 311

St. Paul's parish, 313, 315–16,
-, ch. (in Stroud Rd.), 210, 311, 313, 315–16
-, sch., see St. Luke's parish

St. Peter's church, see Roman Catholicism

St. Sepulchre's Hospital see St. Margaret's Hospital

St. Stephen's church, see St. Luke the Less parish

St. Tew (Cornw.), 356

St. Thomas's chapel (beyond outer N. gate), 42, 316–17

St. Thomas the Apostle chapel, 317

St. Thomas the Martyr chapel (later Chapel House), 130, 317, 355, 365

Saintbridge, in Upton St. Leonards, 181, 198, 210, 217, 234, 267, 382, 384, 400
-, chap. (hermitage), 39, 317, 386
-, early settlement hist., 389–90, 412
-, Heron Park, 241, 346
-, lands in, 397, 399, 443
-, mills, 406–7
-, nonconf., 323, 325, 330
-, roads, 385–6, 439
-, Saintbridge Ho., 390, 399–400, 416, 444
-, schs., 338, 346

Saint-Saëns, Camille, 216

Salisbury:
-, Hen., 373
-, Mic., 373
-, Thos., 373

Salisbury, earl of, see Cecil, Rob.

Salisbury, 23

salt, trade in, 24, 43, 127, 174, 182, 185, 254

salter, Rob. the, see Robert

Salvation Army, 321, 328, 331

Sampson, bp. of Exeter, 14

Sandford:
-, John, 52, 75, 376
-, Wm. of (fl. c. 1240), 309, 371
-, Wm. (d. 1570), 376

Sandhurst:
-, John of, 294
-, Rob. of, 372
-, Wm. of, 298

Sandhurst, 176, 277, 393–4, 400–1, 404
-, Abloads Ct., 356, 363, 420, 448
-, boundaries, 382–3
-, lands in, 306, 391 n, 397
-, Wallsworth Hall, 204, 261, 399, 431

Sandon, Wal. of, 372

Sankey, Ralph, 53, 375

Santiago de Compostella, 421

Sapperton, 422, 433

Saters Lane, 367

Saul, 254, 308, 330
-, Framilode, 135, 320

Saunders:
-, Abraham (d. 1793), 128, 380
-, Abraham (s. of preceding), 135
-, Benj., 128, 287, 379
-, David Arthur, 135–6, 380
-, Sir Edm., 411
-, John Mic., 167
-, Wm. (fl. 1445), 374
-, Wm. (fl. 1450s, another), 62 n
-, Mrs. (Clarence), 345
-, fam., 145, 161

Savage:
-, (? or Marsh), Rob. (fl. mid 13th cent.), 392
-, Rob. (s. of preceding), 392
-, Revd. Thos., 298, 446

Savory:
-, Jas., 175
-, Wm., 175

Sayer (Seyer):
-, Jas., 361
-, Ric., 307, 362

scavenging (refuse disposal), see borough and city government, public services

Schoolhouse Lane, see Longsmith Street

schools, see education

Scotland:
-, Covenanters, 88, 90
-, Edw. I's army in, 23
-, king of, see Malcolm
-, soldiers from, 283
-, and see Edinburgh; Glasgow

Scott, Geo. Gilb. (later Sir Geo.), 194, 284, 312
-, and see Summers

Scrope, Ric., 38

Scriven, John, 250, 263, 377

Scriven's Conduit, 250–1, 263

Scrudde Lane, see Cross Keys Lane

Scudamore:
-, Eliz., see Porter
-, Frances, m. 1 Hen. Somerset, 2 Chas. Fitzroy Scudamore, 396
-, Jas., Vct. Scudamore, 396
-, John, Vct. Scudamore (d. 1671), 395–6, 424, 427
-, John, Vct. Scudamore (d. 1697), 396
-, Jos., 227
-, Wm. (fl. 1668), 378
-, Wm. (d. 1695, another), 379
-, fam., 289, 424
-, and see Fitzroy Scudamore

Seabrook, Thos., abbot of Glouc., 279, 281

Seacome, M.O., vicar of Barnwood, 418

seals, see borough and city government

Searle & Son, 321

Secker, Thos., abp. of Canterbury, 319

Second World War:
-, air raids, 237
-, ind. production in, 186

Seekings, J.J., 179

Selwyn:
-, Albinia, 441, 446–7
-, Chas., 152, 379
-, Edith, see Bennett
-, Edw., 442
-, Geo. Augustus, 144, 151–3, 371, 379, 439, 442–4, 447
-, Jasper, 441
-, John, 149, 152, 263, 379, 441–2
-, Marg., see Robins
-, Wm. (d. 1643), 396, 441
-, Wm. (d. 1679), 113, 378, 441–2, 444
-, Wm. (d. 1702), 441
-, fam., 145, 440, 443, 447

Selwyn-Payne, John Handcock, 432

Selwyn school, see Matson, Matson Ho.

Sely:
-, Alex., 374
-, Rob., 372

Semys:
-, Agnes, 299
-, Eliz., 299
-, John, 299, 376
-, Thos., 299, 355, 360, 376

serjeanty, 391, 402

Serlo, abbot of Glouc., 14, 277, 281

services, customary, see hospitality; ironwork of horses; serjeanty; writs

Sessions:
-, Edith, 333
-, Eliza, 211
-, Jesse, 180, 332

Sevare, Wal., 22, 25, 27, 32, 372, 406

Sevenhampton, 395

Seventh Day Adventists, 334

Severn, Laur. of, 373

Severn, river, 63–4, 194, 251, 263–4, 384, 420
-, bridges and crossings, 2, 5, 13, 20, 137–8, 172, 175, 181, 191, 239, 246, 386; and see bridges, Foreign bridge and Westgate bridge
-, fisheries, q.v.
-, floods, q.v.
-, improvements to navigation, 171, 178, 182, 227, 253, 257
-, Old Severn (parts later Dockham ditch and Tween Dyke), 5–6, 63–4, 66, 68, 132, 169, 195, 225, 242, 251–2, 303, 367, 384, 387
-, trade, see river, canal, and maritime trade
-, trows, q.v.

Severn Street, 69, 121, 160, 163, 253, 367

sewerage and drainage, see borough and city government, public services

Seyer, see Sayer

Seymour, Sir Thos., 413

Shaile, Mary, 361–3

Sharpness, see Berkeley

shearmen, see clothmaking

Sheep Lane, 260, 367

Sheephouse, the, see South Hamlet

Shelton, Mrs. (fl. 1723), 119

Shepherd, Pamela, 331

Shepherds Elms, see South Hamlet, Sheephouse, the

sheriff, Rob. the, see Robert

sheriffs, see borough and city government; Gloucestershire

Sherwood:
-, Anna, m. Wm. Hedley, 397
-, (later Hale), Anne, 397
-, Revd. Thos. (d. 1871), 397
-, Thos. (d. 1891), 397

shipbuilding, 4, 53, 76, 132, 139, 141, 175, 179–80, 183, 185, 187, 231, 254–5, 257

Shipsters Lane, 69, 367

Shipton:
-, Jas., 137, 254
-, John, 105
-, Maur., 137
-, Thos., 419

Shire Hall, 157, 163, 190–1, 214–15, 220, 240, 247–8, 249, 253, 268, 273, 365

shoemakers, see leather working

shops and stores, 176, 181, 190–1, 236–7, 239
-, Blinkhorn Ltd., 176, 190
-, Bon Marché, the (later Debenhams), 181, 190, 236, 239
-, shopping centres, 205, 239, 364–6
-, and see Gloucester Co-operative and Industrial Society

Shot, Ric., 373

Showle, John, 397

Shropshire:
-, coal trade, 126, 136
-, ironmasters of, 135
-, Severn trade, 43
-, and see Bridgnorth; Broseley; Coalbrookdale; Ludlow

Shurdington, 413

Sidney, Sir Phil., 91

siege of Gloucester, see Civil War

Sievier, Rob., 285

Simon, John s. of, see John

Simon:
-, Hen., Ltd., 186, 188
-, John son of Roger (son of), 372, 407

Simon-Barron Ltd., see Barron

Sims:
-, Hannah, 422
-, Joanna, 422
-, Jos., 321

Singleton:
-, Anne, 391
-, Francis, 104, 378
-, John, 121
-, Lawr. (fl. 1558, 1593), 376
-, Lawr. (fl. 1643, 1662), 95, 377
-, Luke, 269
-, Thos., 309, 362
-, Wm. (fl. 1635, 1662), 89, 91, 377
-, Wm. (d. 1777), 391

Sir Thomas Rich's school, see education, secondary educ.

Sisson:
-, W., & Co., 179, 185, 188
-, Wm., 179

Sivell:
-, G.W., 393
-, J.W., 393

Skay (Skey):
-, Wm., see Grainger
-, fam., 135
-, and see Russell and Skey

Skidmore, Ric., 374

Skipp, Thos., 165

slate, trade in, 136–7, 174, 254–5

slate enamelling, 176, 180, 257

Slater, Isaac, 178, 229, 234

Slaughter, Lower, 390

Slimbridge, Cambridge in, 39

slum clearance, see borough and city government

Small:
-, Jas., 414
-, John, 379

Small Lane, 69, 121, 367

Smallwood, John, 378

Smedley, John, 330

Smethwick (Staffs.), 180, 299

Smirke:
-, Rob. (later Sir Rob.), 243, 249, 284, 423
-, Sydney, 255

Smith (Smithe, Smyth):
-, Eliz., m. — Williams, 285
-, Revd. Fred., 432
-, Gervase, 371
-, Hen., 408
-, John (d. 1586), 376
-, John (fl. early 17th cent.), 80
-, Jonathan, curate of Hempsted, 428
-, Margery, m. — Clent, 285
-, Mary, 363
-, Miles, bp. of Glouc., 90, 285, 358, 371 n
-, Ric., 377
-, Rob., 50 n
-, Thos. (fl. 1820s), 168
-, Thos. (fl. 1820s, another), 380
-, Wm., see Goldsmith

smiths' street, the, see Longsmith Street

Sneedham, see Upton St. Leonards

Snell:
-, Thos., 378–9
-, fam., 291

Society of Friends, see Quakers

Socinianism, 101

Sodbury, Little, 413

solicitors, see lawyers

Somers, John, Ld. Somers, recorder of Glouc., 371

Somerset:
-, Frances, see Scudamore
-, Hen., Ld. Herbert, later duke of Beaufort (d. 1700), 113–14
-, Hen., duke of Beaufort (d. 1746), 396
-, Hen. Chas., duke of Beaufort, 153

Somerset, nonconf. ministers in 323
-, and see Bath; Bridgwater; Glastonbury Abbey; Portishead

Somerville, Wm., 325

Sonning (Berks.), 335

South Hamlet, 194, 312, 314, 317, 353, 382–3, 390, 408–10
-, boundaries, 383, 420–1, 425
-, early settlement hist., 390
-, lands in, 405, 425, 444, 446
-, Llanthony man., 153, 289, 344, 383, 395–6, 401–2, 404–6, 408–9, 421, 424–7
-, Llanthony Priory, q.v.
-, Sheephouse, the (or Shepherds Elms), 227, 234, 383, 390, 396, 402, 404, 441
-, Spa, the, q.v.
-, tithes, 383, 424, 427

Southampton, 23, 26, 35, 42, 45, 179

Southern:
-, Thurstan, see Power
-, Wal. le, 372

Southgate Street, 14, 65, 223, 239, 259–60, 367, 382, 409
-, lower, 69, 121, 237, 269, 367

Southgate Street, Lower, see Littleworth

Spa, the (in South Hamlet), 154, 164–6, 191, 194, 217–18, 226
-, ch. at, see Christ Church parish

Spain, trade with, 42, 126, 135, 137 and see Santiago de Compostella

Spaldin, see Barkworth & Spaldin

Sparks, Wm., 121

spas, 3, 124, 156, 157, 161, 163–5, 217, 265
-, pump room, 156, 195, 217, 237, Plate 17

Spencer:
-, Dan., 160
-, John, 138

spicer:
-, Phil. the, see Philip
-, Rob. the, see Robert
-, Wal. the, see Walter
-, Wm. the, see William

Spillman, John, 362

spiritualists, 334

Spoonbed, Martin of, 27

Spoonbed, see Painswick

sports and sports clubs, 154, 156, 217–18, 220, 395; and see bowling greens; horse races

Spring:
-, E.H., 333–4
-, John, see Fenner
-, Wal., 42

Springfield, see Longlevens

Staffordshire:
-, coal trade, 126, 136
-, pottery from, 127
-, and see Burton-upon-Trent; Handsworth; Lichfield; Newcastle under Lyme; Smethwick; Tamworth; Wolverhampton

Stamford, earl of, see Grey, Hen.

Standish, Rob. of, 372

Standish, 172, 401
-, Colethrop, 141
-, Standish Ho., 173, 202, 207

Stanhope, Sir Mic., 298, 301

Stanley, King's, 47, 52, 306, 398

Stanley, Leonard, 304

Stansby, Wm., 438

Stanway, 281

Stark, Wm., 273

Station Road (formerly Brook Street and Mill Lane), 67, 121, 160, 169, 229, 233, 239, 244, 367–8

statues, 117, 250, 251

Staunton, Adam of, abbot of Glouc., 279

Staverton airport, see Churchdown, airfield

Staward, see Styward

Stephen (King), 19

Stephens:
-, Edw. (d. 1587), 394, 413
-, Edw. (fl. 1613), 413
-, Jas., 95, 377
-, John, 180
-, John Merrot, 140–1
-, Margery, m. John Parker, 413
-, Merrot, 133, 140
-, Nat., 393
-, Ric., 394, 413
-, Thos. (d. 1613), 413
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1661), 413
-, Thos. (d. 1723), town clerk of Glouc., 133

Sterry, Dan., 328

Stewart, Arthur, 400, 414, 416

Stigand, abp. of Canterbury, 432

Still ditch, the, see Sud brook

Stock:
-, Edw., 135
-, Thos., rector of St. John the Baptist, master of College sch., 157–8, 271, 285, 299, 339, 428

Stockport (Ches.), 186

Stoke, Thos. of, 373

Stoke Edith (Herefs.), 50

Stoke Gifford, 269

Stoke Orchard, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Stoke Prior (Worcs.), 174

stone, trade in, 129, 136, 254

Stonehouse, 40, 52, 386, 446
-, Ebley, 52, 395

Stott, Sir Phil., 237

Stourbridge (Worcs.), 127, 136, 263

Stourport (Worcs.), 128, 135, 139, 171, 178, 254

Stow-on-the-Wold, 304, 432

Strachan:
-, Mary, 285
-, Sir Wm., 431

Stratton-Davis, Harold, 312

Stratton St. Margaret (Wilts.), 45

streets:
-, lighting, see borough and city government, public services
-, improvements to, 3, 149, 162–3, 195–7, 199, 223, 231, 238, 252–4
-, names, list of, 364–8
-, paving and repair, see borough and city government, public services

Strensham, John, 373–4

Stroud, 52, 130, 135–6, 172–3, 213, 269, 339
-, Jews of, 335
-, named as an address, 254, 413
-, nonconf., 324, 327–8
-, roads to, 129, 137, 385–6, 439

Stroud area:
-, clothmaking in, 50, 52, 65, 76, 128, 151
-, hosp. for, 271
-, nonconf. in, 324

Stroud Road, 167, 197, 224, 227, 234 ch. in, see St. Paul's parish

Stroudwater canal, 127, 135–7, 254

Studley, Thos., 375

Sturdy, John, 285

Sturge:
-, Chas., 137, 174, 254
-, J. & C., firm of, 177, 254–5
-, Jos., 137, 174, 212, 225, 254

Styward (Staward):
-, Thos., 373
-, Wm., 372

suburbs and suburban growth, 2–4, 8, 17, 63, 67, 69, 159–61, 163–8, 198, 209, 222, 224–31, 234–6, 238, 241
-, burning of the suburbs, 3, 67, 94, 97, 121, 170–1, 386
-, chs. in, 209, 293, 311–16
-, nonconf. in, 320–2, 324–5, 327–31, 333–4
-, public services in, 4, 197, 263–4, 266–8, 410
-, schs. in, 209, 339–41

Sud brook (parts also called the Still ditch and Mare brook), 173, 197, 382, 384–5, 408, 439
-, pollution of, 194, 199, 267, 410

Sud Meadow, 107, 308, 383–4, 395–6, 401, 404–5, 415–16, 420, 425

Suffolk, see Ipswich

Suffolk House, see Franciscian friary, site and bldgs.

sugar refining, 108, 123, 132, 138–9

Sumery, Wm. de, 372

Summers, T.&W., firm of (later Summers & Scott), 179, 182

Sunday School movement, 3, 157, 214, 251, 299, 315, 339

Sunderland (co. Dur.), 179

surgeons, see doctors

Surrey, earl of, see Howard, Chas.

Surrey, archdeacon of, 432

Surrey, see Deepdene; Putney; Twickenham

surveyors, 140, 165, 380

Swansea, Rob., 38, 373

Swansea (Glam.), 126–7, 136, 173

Sweetbriar Street, 175, 225, 266

Swindon (Wilts.), 172

Swonhongre:
-, Eliz., m. Jas. Gayner, 392
-, Isabel, m. John Thorpe, 392
-, John, 391–2

Sydney, Earl, see Townshend, John Rob.

Sydney, Vct., see Townshend, John Rob.; Townshend, John Thos.; Townshend, Thos.

tailor:
-, Gilb. the, see Gilbert
-, Hugh the, see Hugh

Tailor of Gloucester , the, 216

Tait:
-, Brian, 335
-, Jas., 325

Talbot:
-, Revd. Geo., 269
-, Gilb., 21, 391

Tamworth (Staffs.), 8

tanner, John the, see John

Tanner and Baylis, firm of, 138

tanners and tanneries, see leather working

tanners' street, the, see Hare Lane

Tarne:
-, Leon., 354, 358, 377
-, fam., 407

Taverner:
-, Edw., 297
-, Wm., 297

taverner, Edw. the, see Edward

taverns, see inns

Tayloe, Thos., 53, 375

Taylor:
-, Jas., 140
-, John (d. 1626), 74, 377
-, John (d. 1653), poet, 91
-, John (fl. 1753, 1792), rector of Hempsted, 428
-, Wm., 378

Taynton, 148, 331, 341–2

Teek, John, 309

temperance movement, 211

Tenby (Pemb.), 126–8

Terry, Ellen, 219

Tetbury, 50, 428, 435

Tetsworth (Oxon.), 45

Tewkesbury, 14, 16, 18, 95, 106, 264, 299, 319, 356–7, 424
-, abbey, 295, 397
-, battle of, 21
-, Methodist circuit based on, 327
-, Mythe bridge, 138
-, roads to, 39, 66, 129, 162, 167, 385
-, trade and ind., 44, 47, 50, 75, 108–9, 126, 179, 187

Tewkesbury district, 410, 436

theatres, 154, 157, 216, 219, 248, 325, 331

Thoky, John, abbot of Glouc., 60, 281

Thomas, earl of Warwick, 422

Thomas a Morgan, 376

Thomas the bellfounder, 26

Thompson, Isaac, 129, 155 n

Thornbury rural district, 264

Thorne, John, 309, 363, 371, 377, 407

Thornhill:
-, Edw., 251
-, Rob., 317

Thorpe:
-, Geo., 392
-, Isabel, see Swonhongre
-, John (d. 1440), 392
-, John (d. 1469), 392
-, Margery, 392
-, Nic., 392
-, Ric., 392
-, Thos. (d. 1525), 392
-, Thos. (d. 1543), 392

Three Choirs festival, see music meeting

Three Cocks Lane, see St. Mary's Street

Thurlow, Gilb., dean of Glouc., 285

Thurstan, abp. of York, 290

Tibberton, 208
-, Tibberton Ct., 173, 206, 250, 332

Tidenham, Ralph of, 371

Till, Ric., 323

Tilsley, John, 76

timber, trade in, 4, 23–4, 43, 126–7, 135, 137, 170, 173–4, 177, 182, 184–5, 187, 251–2, 254–5, 257–8, Plate 27
-, timber merchants, 126–7, 135, 137, 165, 168, 173–4, 177, 182, 187, 206, 215, 230–1, 235, 254–5, 257, 268, 287, 380

Timmis:
-, Geo. Dunstan, 442
-, Sybil, 442

Tinling, Canon E.D., 285

Tirley, the Haw in, 47, 138

Tolley, Chas., 176

tolls, see borough and city government

Tolsey, 38, 85, 119, 151, 154, 214, 249, 301, 370
-, bldg. hist., 94, 100, 122, 160–1, 233, 249, 293–4, 388; Plates 36, 38
-, chap., 114–15, 145, 294, 296, 318, 371
-, cts. held at, 84, 147, 191, 248–9

Tormarton, John, 407

Tormarton, 45

town clerk, see borough and city government

Town Ham, see Common Ham

Townshend:
-, Emily, 442
-, John Rob., Vct., later Earl, Sydney, 263, 442
-, John Thos., Vct. Sydney, 442
-, Thos., Vct. Sydney, 396, 442, 444 and see Marsham-Townshend

Tracy, Sir Humph., 281

trade, see industry

trade companies, see borough and city government

trade unions 151, 183, 185–6, 201, 212

Traherne, Wm., 376

tramroads (early 19th cent.), 136; and see Gloucester and Cheltenham tramroad

tramways (late 19th and early 20th cents.), see roads and road transport

Travel Lane, see Bell Lane

Tredwell, T. and W., firm of, 174

Tredworth, 170, 197, 228, 230, 234, 238, 268–9, 304, 420
-, fields, 403, 405, 415, 425, 444
-, mill, 408
-, mission ch., 314
-, Newtown, 225, 228, 230, 234, 327–8
-, nonconf., 320, 322, 325, 327–9, 334
-, schs., 210, 340, 345, 347–8

Trew, J. Fletcher, 328, 346

Trewsbury, Wm. of, 373

Trimmer, Edw., 176

Trimnell, Jane, 414

Trinder, Chas., recorder of Glouc., 115

Tripp:
-, Capel N., 235, 316
-, Thos., 255

Trippet, Revd. Chas., 307

Trye:
-, Cath., 306
-, C.B. (d. c. 1961), 423
-, Chas. Brandon (d. 1811), 271, 285, 291
-, John, 306, 375
-, Wm., 115

trows, Severn, 43, 49, 104–5, 126–8, 132, 136–7, 139, 143, 179, 243, 253

Tuck, John, 317

Tucker, Josiah, dean of Glouc., 158, 288, 395

Tuffley, 1, 171, 213, 257, 293, 303, 316, 382–4, 408
-, agric., 401–6
-, boundaries, 198, 203, 382–4, 420
-, char. for poor, 363
-, ch. at, see St. Barnabas's parish
-, ct., 409
-, early settlement hist., 390, 412
-, fields, 403, 405, 444
-, green, 390, 405
-, lands in, 203, 394–5
-, Lower Tuffley, 203–4, 220, 236, 238, 241, 322, 390, 420
-, ch. at, see St. George's parish
-, mission ch., 313
-, schs., 346–8
-, man., 384, 390, 394, 400, 402–4, 409
-, man. ho., see Tuffley, Tuffley Ct.
-, mills, 406, 408
-, named as address, 110, 113, 145, 422
-, nonconf., 322, 333–4
-, pk., 384, 394
-, poor relief, 409
-, pop., 390
-, roads, 385–6
-, Robins Wood Hill, q.v.
-, Roman Catholicism, 318, 339
-, sch. bd., 340, 348
-, schs., 210, 313, 339–41, 348
-, suburban development in, 229, 234, 238, 390
-, Tuffley Ct., 390, 394, 400, 402, 444
-, woodland, 384

Tulwell, see Kingsholm

Tully, Rob., bp. of St. Davids, 279

Tunbridge, Germain of, 372

Tunks, John, 361

Turkey, trade with, 336

Turner:
-, John (fl. 1750s), 129–30
-, John (fl. 1785, 1812, another), 133, 140, 380
-, Sam. Chas., 413
-, Susannah, 413
-, Thos., 167

Turner and Morris, firm of, 141, 161 n

turnpike trusts, see roads and road transport

Turnstile Alley (or Anchor Alley or Quay Court), 252–3, 368

Tween Dyke, see Severn, Old Severn

Twickenham (Surr.), Strawberry Hill at, 442

Twigworth:
-, Maud of, m. Rob. Marsh, 392
-, Thos. of, 392

Twigworth, 1, 171, 236, 264, 296, 303, 382, 384, 401, 406, 408–10
-, agric., 401, 403–5
-, boundaries, 382
-, chap., 317, 388
-, char. for poor, 363
-, ch. (St. Matthew), 293, 311, 315, 388
-, early settlement hist., 387, 388
-, lands in, 306, 391–3, 397–8
-, Mayhouse, the (later Twigworth Ct.), 388, 399
-, nonconf., 320, 328, 339
-, pk., 384
-, perp. curate, see Claxson, Benj. Saunders
-, pop., 236, 388
-, sch., 339, 341, 345, 388

Twissell:
-, Edw., 398
-, Geo., 398, 407

Twyning, John, 400

Twyver (or Full brook), river, 27, 60–1, 63, 68, 160, 169, 218, 244, 384, 411
-, in abbey precinct, 60–1, 275, 277, 282
-, mills on, 406–7, 411, 416–17
-, pollution of, 194, 197, 267

Tyler, Francis, 132
-, tyne of ale, customary due called, 245

Tyther, Rob., 378

Tytherington, 50

U.S.A.:
-, emigration to, 326
-, Massachusetts, 323, 357
-, trade with, 177

Ukrainian community (in Glouc.), 221, 312, 319

Uley, 352

Union Lane, see Great Western Road

Unitarians, 319, 323, 332–3, Plate 50

United Endowed Schools governors, see education, secondary educ.

United Hospitals, 351–5, 358–9

United Reformed Church, 320, 324–5, 331, 334

Upleadon, 24, 264

Upton, John, 136

Upton upon Severn (Worcs.), 129, 135, 295

Upton St. Leonards, 303, 314, 319, 382, 395 n, 400–1, 406, 408, 418, 445, 448
-, boundaries, 382, 384, 389, 410–11, 438
-, fields, 236, 382, 403, 415, 438, 440, 444
-, lands in, 305, 393, 396, 405, 429, 434, 438, 441
-, man., 390, 399, 406–7, 440, 443, 445
-, mill, 445
-, roads, 129, 386, 439
-, Robins Wood Hill, q.v.
-, Saintbridge, q.v.
-, Sneedham, 386, 439, 443
-, Sneedham's Green, 204, 218, 306, 446

Usk (Mon.), 44, 397

vagrants, see borough and city government

Varnam, Thos., 371

Vaughan:
-, David, 42–3, 375
-, Lewis, 317
-, Maur., 376
-, Mr. (fl. 1640s), 100
-, and see Johnston-Vaughan

Vauxhall Gardens, see Blenheim Gardens

Verey:
-, Revd. C.H., 400
-, Linda, see Birchall

Victoria (Queen), 216, 370

Vines, Frank, 399

Vineyard, the, see Over

vineyards, 246, 386, 434–5

Voller, W.R., 359

Vyner, Rob., dean of Glouc., 114

Wadley, Thos., 363

Wagstaffe:
-, Hen., 123
-, John, 318, 378

Wailes, Wm., 284

Wait, Wm. Killigrew, 207

Wait, James, & Co., 174, 257

Walbank:
-, Anne, see Blanch
-, Hester, see Johnson
-, Sam., 398
-, Revd. Wm., 413

Walcot:
-, Cath., see Whitmore
-, Geo., 391

Wales, prince of, see Edward

Wales, 159
-, cattle drovers from, 23, 45, 130, 143
-, coaches and carriers to, 129–30, 138
-, Gwynedd, ruler of, see David ap Llywelyn
-, judge in, 394, 422
-, military operations in, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 26
-, ponies from, 262
-, rly. to, 171–2
-, routes into, 2, 16–17, 39, 64, 93, 138
-, smuggling in, 42
-, trade with, 22–3, 35, 41, 44–5, 76–7, 126–8, 136–7, 173–4, 182, 189

Walford (Herefs.), 443

Walham, 176, 264, 352, 384, 387, 404, 406, 408, 415

Walkeley (Walkley):
-, Joan, see Robins
-, John, 441
-, Rob., 377

Walker:
-, Alex., 159, 381
-, C.B., 399
-, Chas., 173, 230, 343
-, David, 159, 380
-, David Mowbray, 159, 192, 196, 213, 371, 381
-, John, 252
-, Mr. (fl. 1780), 391 and see Price & Washbourne

Walkers' Lane, see Quay Street, Lower

Walkley, see Walkeley

Wall:
-, Geo., rector of Hempsted, 428
-, John, 323
-, T., & Son, 188

Waller:
-, F.S., 223, 226, 235, 274, 284, 307, 419, 428, 447
-, F.S., & Son, 231, 312, 315, 418, 446–7
-, F.W., 233, 235, 284
-, N.H., 235, 284
-, and see Fulljames and Waller

walls, see gates and walls

Wallsworth Hall, see Sandhurst

Walour, Rob. le, see Robert

Walpole, Horace, 442

Walred, Nic., 242

Walter, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Walter the spicer, 372

Walters:
-, David, 414, 419
-, Jas. Woodbridge, 414, 416–17, 419

Walton:
-, Alice, 310, Plate 10
-, And., 391
-, Eliz., see Daubeney
-, John, 310, 377, Plate 10

Wannerton, Eleanor, 395

Wantner, Abel, 119

Warburton, Wm., bp. of Glouc., 285

Warcop, Leon., 317

Ward:
-, John, 196–7, 212, 230, 358
-, Ric., 377

Waring, Eliz., 312

Warminster:
-, Agnes, w. of Ric., m. 2 John Bridges, 299
-, Ric., 299

Warneford, Revd. S. W., 314–16, 436

Warren, Wm., curate of Hempsted, 428

Warwick, Wm., 107

Warwick, earls of, see Beaumont, Hen. de; Thomas; William

Warwick, 17, 108

Warwickshire, see Birmingham; Coventry; Warwick

Wascio the cook, 22

Washbourne:
-, Dan., 379
-, Thos., 141, 380
-, W., 196 n
-, Wm. Tupsley, 137, 196 n, 254
-, and see Price & Washbourne

water supply, see borough and city government, public services

Water Street and Watering Street, see St. Catherine Street

Wathen:
-, Sarah, see Johnson
-, Thos., 413

Watson, John Boles, 154

Weaver:
-, Chas., 139, 380
-, Edw., 139, 380
-, Eleanor (or ?Anne), 361, 363
-, Thos., 131, 380
-, fam., 145

Weaver, John the, see John

weavers, see clothmaking

Webb:
-, Edw., 153
-, John (d. 1643), 377
-, John (d. 1686), 123, 362, 378
-, John (fl. 1737, 1753), rector of Hempsted, 428
-, John (d. 1785), 126, 380
-, John (d. 1795), 153, 380
-, Sir John (d. 1797), 318
-, Joyce, 414
-, Mary, 318
-, Nic. (d. 1647), 377
-, Nic. (d. 1691), 110 n, 308, 362, 378
-, Nic. (d. 1712), 308, 379, 414
-, Nic. (d. 1714 or 1715), 414
-, Nic. (fl. 1769), 362
-, Ric. (d. 1598), 377
-, Ric. (d. 1772), 126, 379
-, Ric. (d. 1787), 380
-, Thos. (d. 1734), 362, 379
-, Thos. (fl. 1838), 175
-, fam., 145, 388

Webley:
-, John (d. 1588), 376
-, John (fl. 1620), 399
-, Marg., 399
-, Thos. (fl. 1580s), 318
-, Thos. (d. 1751), 360

Wedderburn, Sir Wm., 208

Wellesley, Arthur, duke of Wellington, 157

Wellington & Co., 181

Wells, John, 320

Welshman, Adam the, see Adam

Wemyss, see Colchester-Wemyss

Wesley:
-, Chas., 326
-, John, 326
-, Sam. Sebastian, 210, 215

West Indies:
-, immigrants from, 221, 320
-, trade with, 126, 173
-, transportation to, 83

Westbury-on-Severn, 110, 113, 141, 251, 253, 300, 311, 331, 446 Grange Court, 172, 189

Westbury on Trym, 153

Westerleigh, 172

West Midlands Farmers' Association Ltd., 189

Westfaling, Thos., see Brereton

Westgate (formerly Ebridge) Street, including Butchers' Row and Mercers' Row, 7, 59, 64–5, 69, 149, 160, 162, 168–9, 199, 205, 221, 225, 231, 237, 240, 259, 368, Plate 13

Westminster, 18
-, abbey, 27

Whaddon, 137, 293, 313, 320, 400, 403, 444
-, boundaries, 384, 438
-, char. for poor, 429
-, Robins Wood Hill, q.v.
-, sch., 348

Whaley, Jas., 43

Whall, Chris., 284

Wheatenhurst (or Whitminster), 316, 321

Wheatstone, Sir Chas., 411

Wheeler:
-, Benj., 408
-, Eliz., 328
-, Francis, 261
-, J.C., and Son, 416
-, Jas., 130, 405
-, Jas. Cheslin, 178, 231, 405
-, John, 140, 162, 247, 273, 336
-, Maur., master of College sch., 105, 119 288
-, Violet, 328

wheeler, Ranulph the, see Ranulph

Whichcot, Sir Paul, 394

Whitcombe:
-, John Aubrey, 400
-, fam., 155 n

White:
-, F. G., 326
-, John, 406
-, Sir Thos., 356, 358

White Barn, see Kingsholm

White Swan (or Dockham) Lane, 169, 240, 368

Whitefriars, see Carmelite friary

Whitegoose Mill, see Barton Street, mills

Whitehead:
-, Eliz., see Johnson
-, John, 408

Whitfield (Whitefield, Wightfield):
-, Alice, 359, 361–2
-, Geo., 159, 302, 319–20, 324–6, 330, 446
-, G.T., 180, 234
-, Thos., 307
-, Wm., 373
-, Wm. of, 372

Whithorne, John, 400

Whitmay, And., prior of St. Bartholomew's Hosp., 352

Whitminster, see Wheatenhurst

Whitmore:
-, Cath., m. Geo. Walcot, 391
-, Eliz., 391
-, Geo., 391
-, Ric., 391
-, Thos., 391
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1648), 391
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1694), 391
-, Wm. (another, d. 1725), 391
-, Wm. (fl. 1735, 1754), 391

Whittick, Hen., 133

Wicks, Thos., 376

Wight, John, 317

Wightfield, see Whitfield

Wilcox, see Willcocks

Wilesmith, Emanuel, 407

Wilkes, Thos., 299

Wilkins:
-, Mary, 414
-, Wal. (fl. 1790, 1823), 261
-, Wal. (fl. 1866), 414

Wilkinson, John, 135

Willcocks (Wilcox):
-, Thos., 379
-, — (fl. 1720s), 132

Willetts, Sam., 108, 359

Willey, Dan., 145, 380

William I, 18, 406

William II, 18

William, earl of Warwick, 422

William the burgess, 371

William the spicer, 373

William son of Henry, 399, 407

William, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Williams:
-, Bernard Mary, 319
-, Eliz., see Smith

Williams & James, firm of, 185, 188

Willington:
-, Olympia of, 277, 392
-, Ralph of, 277, 392

Willoughby:
-, Ambrose, 441
-, Edw., 397
-, Susan, see Brook

Wilshire:
-, Gregory, 75, 358
-, Lawr., 75, 377, 389

Wilton:
-, Hen. (fl. 1775, 1786), 145
-, Hen. (d. 1822, s. of preceding), 145, 380
-, Hen. Hooper, town clerk of Glouc., 144–5, 192
-, John Pleydell, 145, 380
-, John Wm., 145, 381
-, Rob. Pleydell, town clerk of Glouc., 141, 145

Wiltshire, nonconf. ministers in, 323 and see Chippenham; Cricklade; Knoyle, East; Ludgershall; Minety; Ramsbury; Salisbury; Stratton St. Margaret; Swindon; Wootton Bassett

Winchcombe, 13, 50, 126, 327, 356, 385, 431
-, abbey, 15, 17, 28, 300

Winchester, 26, 28, 259

windmills, 291, 408, 435

Windowe:
-, Hen. (or ? John), 363
-, John, 407
-, Wm. (d. c. 1670), 110
-, Wm. (fl. before 1705, ? another), 309, 363

Windsor, Owen of (or Owen of the Boothall), 28 n, 309, 372

Windsor (Berks.), 26

wine, trade in, 17, 22–3, 41–3, 126, 128, 135, 137, 145, 174, 379–80

Wingate:
-, Wm., 437
-, Wm., & Sons, 176, 224

Winston, Thos., 394, 413

Winstone, 300, 418

Winter ditch, the, see Wotton brook

Wintle:
-, Jas. (fl. 1775, 1793), 416
-, Jas. (fl. 1809, 1835, ? another), 400
-, John, 362

Winton:
-, Hen. de, 399
-, Thos. de, 399
-, Wal. Hayward de, see de Winton

wiredrawers, see metal working

Wisbech (Cambs.), 329

Wise (Wyse):
-, Dennis, 377
-, Rob. le, 372
-, Rog. le, 372

Wishanger, Nic., 53

Witcomb (Witcombe):
-, Jas., 312, 398
-, Rob. (d. 1846), 413, 417, 419
-, Rob. (fl. 1867), 413
-, Thos., 398

Witcombe, Great, 195–6, 263–4

Witcombe, Little, see Badgeworth

Withenbury, Thos., 309, 363

Wood:
-, Geo., 284, 290
-, Jas. (d. 1646), 377
-, Jas. (d. 1761), 105, 133
-, Jas. ('Jemmy', d. 1836), 140–1, 177, 193, 221, 302, 380, Plate 11
-, John, 269
-, Sir Mat., 371
-, Ric. (fl. 1632), 406
-, Ric. (d. 1792), 133, 140
-, Wal. B., 235, 313, 338, 346

Woodchester, 14, 52, 131, 339, 407

Woodcock, Sam., 380

Woodruffe, Thos., rector of St. Michael, 305

Woodstock, Edm. of, 391

Woodstock (Oxon.), 308

Woodward:
-, Edw., 299
-, John (d. 1575), 376
-, John (d. c. 1645), 77
-, John (d. 1667), 109, 378
-, Marg., 424
-, Thos., 299

wool, trade in, 17, 22, 25, 45, 58, 126, 137, 178, 248, 260–1

Woolridge, see Hartpury

woolstapling, 3, 124–5, 130–1, 139, 145, 160, 162, 178, 290, 379–80, 408

Woolstrop, see Quedgeley

Wolverhampton (Staffs.), 174

Woolwich (Kent), 419

Wootton Bassett (Wilts.), 45

Worcester, John of, see John the draper

Worcester, bps. of, 15, 38, 40, 294, 297, 303, 305–6
-, suffragan bp., 352
-, and see Eldred; Latimer, Hugh

Worcester, 24, 53, 108, 129–30, 135–6, 174, 187, 245, 247, 446
-, battle of, 92
-, diocese, 368
-, music meeting (Three Choirs festival), 107, 154, 215
-, river trade, 36, 43–4, 104, 122, 127–8, 171, 178, 182

Worcester Street, 149, 153, 166–8

Worcestershire, 171; and see Bewdley; Broadwas; Droitwich; Eckington; Evesham; Kidderminster; Longdon; Madresfield; Malvern, Great; Moreton, Castle; Overbury; Pershore; Ripple; Stoke Prior; Stourbridge; Stourport; Upton upon Severn; Worcester

Workers' Educational Association, 212, 285, 350

workhouses, see borough and city government, poor relief and pauperism; Gloucester poor-law union

Workman, John, 89–90, 92 n, 117

World's End, see Barton Street

Worrall:
-, Geo. (fl. 1630s), 413
-, Geo. (fl. 1746), 359
-, Mary, see Parker
-, Sam., 379

Wotton, 1, 128, 267–8, 303, 354, 382, 384, 400–1, 408–9, 419
-, agric., 401–6, 415
-, boundaries, 197, 202, 382–4, 410
-, char. for poor, 363
-, ch. at (St. Catharine), see St. Oswald's parish
-, early settlement hist., 388–9, 412
-, inns, 388–9
-, lands in, 295–6, 324, 392–3, 395, 401
-, lunatic asylum at, see hospitals, mental hosp., Horton Rd. Hosp.
-, man., 393–4, 398, 402–3, 409, 413–15, 417
-, mills, 395, 408
-, nonconf., 320, 328
-, pop., 388–9
-, roads, 38, 129, 354, 265, 385, 388, 411
-, St. Margaret's Hosp., q.v.
-, St. Mary Magdalen's Hosp., q.v.
-, suburban development in, 167, 170, 229–30, 235, 389
-, trades, 406, 417
-, vill of Wotton, 382–3, 408–10
-, Wotton Ct., 235, 388, 398
-, Wotton Ho., 349, 388, 398–9
-, Wotton Pitch (formerly Dudstone), 15, 129, 225, 385, 388
-, Wotton St. Mary (Without) civil par., 171, 384, 410
-, Wotton St. Mary Without eccl. par., 312
-, ch. (Holy Trinity, at Longlevens), 311, 312–13
-, Wotton Vill, 204, 208, 384

Wotton brook (part also called the Winter ditch), 385, 411, 430–1

Wright:
-, Mary, 413, 419
-, Sarah, 301, 355, 358, 360

writs, service of carrying, 18, 392, 402, 407

Wulman, Oliver, 45

Wulward the fuller, 26

Wyat:
-, Hen., 413
-, Sarah, see Johnson

Wye, river, 50, 264

Wygmore, John, abbot of Glouc. 281, 283

Wyman, John, 299

Wynell, Thos., 90, 92

Wyse, see Wise

Wytherston, Isabel, 358

Yate:
-, Francis, 307, 360
-, Revd. Mat., 361
-, Thos., 378
-, fam., 121, arms, Plate 9

Yerbury, Thos., 126 n, 128

York, abps. of, 14–15, 66, 242, 385, 395, 430, 432, 434–6
-, and see Thurstan

York, 223, 273

Yorke, Phil., Ld. Hardwicke, recorder of Glouc., 152

Yorkshire, East Riding, see Hull

Zoons Court, see Hucclecote



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