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'Index: L - Z', A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 14: Lichfield (1990), pp. 305-319. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42366 Date accessed: 27 August 2014.


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Labour (Labour and Co-operative) party, 81, 95, 158

lace, see clothworking: weavers

Lacock, Ralph of, subdean of Lichfield, 153, 234

Laine, Mr., 126

Lamb, John, 124, 267

Lambe, John, 117

Lambourne, Ernie, 218

Lancashire, see Liverpool; Manchester; Southport; Turton; Wigan; Winwick

Lancashire Insurance Co., 104

Lancaster, earls of, see Henry IV; Thomas of Lancaster

Lane:
-, J. B., 152
-, Col. John, 93
-, Newton John, 232

Langley:
-, Edm. of, see Edmund
-, Wm., puritan minister at St. Mary's, Lichfield, 139

Langton:
-, Hen., 278
-, John (d. by 1502), 278
-, John (d. by 1560), 278
-, John (fl. 1623), 278
-, Wal., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 11–12, 51, 53, 57, 59–62, 65, 67, 91, 95, 134, 186
-, monument in Lichfield cath., 54
-, statue, 60
-, Wm., 278

Lariviere, Mr., 181

Latter Day Saints (Mormons), 159, 272

Latuffière, Mr. and Mrs., 181

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 153

Lavender, H. E., 180, 222

Law:
-, Geo. Hen., bp. of Bath and Wells, 113
-, Lady Charlotte, w. of Revd. Jas. Thos., 150
-, Revd. Jas. Thos., master of St. John's hosp., Lichfield, chancellor of Lichfield dioc., 23, 91, 113, 150, 163, 168–9

lawyers, 22, 25, 52, 62, 65–7, 69–70, 72, 78, 81–2, 93, 129, 162, 202, 207, 233, 255, 287–8

Leamonsley, see Lichfield

Leamonsley (Pipe) brook, 3, 121–2, 195, 198, 214, 283

Lear, Fanny, 256

leather working, 42, 120–2, 133
-, glovers, 58, 120, 133
-, parchment makers, 119, 121
-, saddlers, 120–1, 124, 132–4, 156, 259
-, shoemakers, 120–2, 132–4, 164, 286
-, tanners, 78, 118–21, 123–4, 133, 141, 144, 189

Leaton (in Bobbington), 208

Leckie:
-, John, 263
-, W. G., 259

Lee:
-, Hugh, 69
-, Isabel, 233
-, Rowland, prebendary of Curborough, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 14, 233

leech, Rob. the, see Robert

Leech, John, 129

Leedham, Wm., 276

Leeds, duke of, see Osborne

Leeke, John, 210

Leese:
-, Jessie, see Buxton
-, John, 245
-, T. E., 245

Lega, Nic. de, canon of Lichfield, 186

Legge:
-, Hon. Augustus, bp. of Lichfield, 55
-, Barbara, see Archbold
-, Geo., Baron Dartmouth, 79, 81, 86, 93
-, Wm., earl of Dartmouth, 80

Leicester, Wm. of, canon of Lichfield, 235

Leicester, 123, 164, 240

Leicestershire, 106, 161; and see Belton; Bosworth; Leicester; Loughborough; Seal

Leland, John, 1, 38, 52, 146

Leo III, Pope, 6

Lester, John, 127

Letcombe Regis (Berks.), see Challow, West

Letocetum (Etocetum), 4, 37, 285

Leventhorp:
-, Joan, see Heronville
-, John, 245
-, Wm., 245

Leveson:
-, Cath., 52
-, Edw., 279
-, Ric., 93
-, Wal., 279

Leveson-Gower:
-, Eliz., see Sutherland
-, Geo. Granville, marquess of Stafford, 94, 110–11, 175, 189
-, Granville, Earl Gower, marquess of Stafford, 70, 94, 101, 117, 146, 232, 235
-, Lord Granville, later Earl Granville, 101
-, John, Baron (later Earl) Gower, 82, 93–4
-, Ric., 94
-, fam., 94
-, and see Sutherland-Leveson-Gower

Levett:
-, Basil, 210
-, Berkeley, 210
-, John (d. 1799), 94, 210, 233
-, John (d. 1853), 210
-, Mary, see Babington
-, Revd. Ric., 210
-, T. B. P., 233
-, Theophilus (d. 1746), 21, 82, 94
-, Theophilus (d. 1839), 210
-, Theophilus (d. 1899), 210
-, Thos., 210
-, fam., 29

Lewes, Joyce, 78

Leybourne Grange (in Leybourne, Kent), 208

Libbere, Ric., 249

Liberal party, 72, 81–2, 94–5, 170

Lichfield:
-, Aymer, see Taverner
-, Marg., m. Humph. Stafford, 254
-, Nic., canon of Lichfield, 91
-, Wm. of, see William the taverner
-, Sir Wm., 207, 254

Lichfield, earls of, see Anson

Lichfield, 1–194–; plates 2–3
-, as address, 207, 210–12, 214, 240, 245, 247, 254, 278, 281, 289–90
-, agric., 28, 77–8, 109–13, 120–2; and see Lichfield: mkt. gardening, nurseries, and pasture
-, aldermen, see Lichfield: city govt.
-, alehos., see Lichfield: inns
-, allotment gdns., 113–14
-, almshos., 184–5
-, Buckeridge's Almshos., 185
-, Dr. Milley's hosp., 13–14, 184, 189–91; property, 69, 234, 290
-, St. John's hosp., 10, 13–14, 43, 66, 139–40, 153–4, 170, 184; chapel, 91, 153; masters, 97; and see Buckeridge; Law; Sale; Prior, 213; and see Couton; property, 69, 111–12, 115–16, 212, 234, 256, 279, 289
-, William Lunn's Homes (formerly Lunn's Almshos.), 184–5
-, and see Lichfield close: hos. (Newton's Coll., St. John's)
-, Andrews Ho., 109
-, Anglo-Saxon fortification, 7, 40
-, Angorfa (ho.), 33 n, 151
-, antiquarian pursuits, 169–70
-, abp., see Hygeberht
-, archdn., 67
-, Art Sch., see Lichfield: Lichfield Coll.
-, Arts Centre, 167; plate 36
-, assizes at, 12
-, assoc. for prosecution of felons, 103
-, bailiffs, see Lichfield: city govt. and man. govt.
-, Bakers Lane shopping precinct, 33; plate 39
-, balls, 161, 164–5
-, barracks, see Lichfield: militia barracks
-, baths, 107–8
-, Beacon, Nether, 178
-, Beacon Holme, 92
-, Beacon Ho., see Lichfield: Beacon Place
-, Beacon Park, 3, 70, 162–4
-, Beacon Place (Beacon Ho.), 21, 25, 28, 69–70, 129, 151
-, Beacon sch., see Lichfield: schs.
-, Beaconhurst, 178
-, 'Bech', 7
-, Beecroft, 98
-, Belle Colline, see Lichfield: Knowle Hurst
-, Berry Hill, 21, 110–12, 126
-, Berryhill Fm., 112
-, Berryhill Ho. (Berryhill Cottage), 25
-, bps. (or of Chester, Coventry, Coventry and Lichfield, Lichfield and Coventry), 84, 151, 154–5
-, as lord of Lichfield (later Longdon) man., 7, 15, 67, 114, 198, 205, 208, 213, 231, 241, 245–7, 253, 262, 265–6, 275, 278–9, 281, 286–7, 289; of Lichfield boro., 67, 73, 75, 114–16, 118
-, receiver general, 14, 73
-, style of title, 10
-, vicar general, 84
-, and see Aethelwald; Arundel; Blythe; Boulers; Burghill; Chad; Chandler; Clinton; Cornhill; Cornwallis; Durdent; Hacket; Hales; Heyworth; Hough; Hygeberht; Kempthorne; Langton; Lee; Legge; Limesey; Lloyd; Lonsdale; Meuland; Morton; Muschamp; Nonant; Northburgh; Overton; Pattishall; Peche, Ric. and Rob.; Peter; Pucelle; Reeve; Ryder; Sampson; Scrope; Selwyn; Smalbroke; Smith; Stavensby; Stretton; Weseham; Wood; Woods; Wright
-, Bispells, 68, 256
-, Boley, 38
-, Boley Park housing estate, 35, 168
-, Boley Park Industrial Estate, 129
-, Bonne Vue, 27
-, boro., 73; and see Lichfield: burgages, burgesses, man. and man. govt.
-, Borrowcop Hill (Burghwaycop, Burweycop), 7, 39–40, 69, 110, 112–13, 270
-, gazebo, 163
-, Botanical Soc., 169, 202
-, boundaries, 1, 39–40, 83
-, bridges, 41, 45, 100–1
-, Britannia Enterprise Park, 129
-, British Restaurant, see Lichfield: Civic Café
-, Brooke Ho., 169, 181
-, brothels, 13
-, buck-eatings, 80
-, Bull pieces, 111–12
-, burgages, 10, 40, 73, 79, 92–4, 131, 135, 140, 147
-, burgesses, 73–6, 92–3, 118
-, Burghwaycop, Burweycop, see Lichfield: Borrowcop Hill
-, buses, 46–7, 220
-, canals, see Lichfield: communications
-, Cappers Lane Link Rd., 35
-, carriers, 46, 158
-, castle, see Lichfield close
-, Castle ditch, see Lichfield: ditches
-, cathedral, see Lichfield cathedral
-, Cathedral Ho., 125, 127
-, Cecilian Soc., 164
-, Chadswell assessment centre (formerly ind. sch. for girls, Wissage remand home), 183
-, chamber of commerce, 128
-, Chappell's Terrace, 27
-, chars., 79, 113, 184–94
-, charters, see Lichfield: city govt.
-, Cherry Orchard, 113, 163
-, Chester, archdn. of, ho., 40, 60, 68, 95
-, Children's Homes, see Lichfield: the Poplars
-, Christians allegedly massacred, 85, 157
-, ch. synods, 9
-, chs., 134–55
-, Christ Ch., 135, 151–2; clergy, see Bangham; Fairclough; Hinckley (Christ Ch.) Trust, 151–2, 177; vicarage ho., 151, 163
-, St. Chad's (Stowe), 7, 18, 43, 88, 134–5, 137–9, 143–7; plate 57; clergy, 111, 144, 235; and see Butler; Fuller; Graham; Gresley; Hinton; Miles; White; graveyard, 143–4, 146, 152
-, St. John's hosp. chapel, see Lichfield: almshos.
-, St. Mary's, 9, 103, 119, 122, 135–43, 150–1, 153, 171, 181, 186, 262; bells, 102, 143, 164; chantry, 131, 140–1; as civic ch., 80, 86, 143; clergy, 87, 93, 127, 132, 140–1, 168, 190, 194; and see Adam; Baker; Bolton; Butler; Hodson; Hospys; Langley; Lonsdale; Ross; Scott; Dyott fam. chapel, 141–2, 258; as guild ch., 131–2; tower and spire, 3, 18, 135, 141–3, 160; vicarage ho., 65, 139; vicarial income, 69, 138–40, 148, 212, 235, 248, 265, 279, 291; vicars as patrons, 143, 147, 220
-, St. Michael's, 1, 7, 135, 137–9, 147–51, 252, 269–70; plates 50, 56; churchyard, 4, 39, 97, 131, 135, 143, 147, 150–2, 293; clergy, 99, 140, 147, 149, 151, 293; and see Hubbard; Hubbock; Serjeantson; libr., 148, 175, 177; St. Michael's Church Lands Trust, 148
-, cinemas, 166–7
-, circuses, 160, 166
-, citizens' advice bureau, 184
-, city govt., 16, 76–87
-, aldermen, 27, 76, 79, 163
-, arms, 82–3, 85–7, 86, 163
-, bailiffs, 45, 76–80, 83, 86–7, 100, 159–61; named, 78–80, 93, 121, 129, 185, 187–8, 190, 192, 209, 231, 255, 288
-, bellman, 100
-, chamberlain, 80
-, charter trustees, 76
-, charters, 15, 40, 76, 78–80
-, coroner, 83
-, corporation, 38, 40, 76, 78–84, 92–4, 123, 140, 143; as benefactor, 142–3, 160–1, 163; brethren, 76, 79–80, 116, 121, 278; as lord of Lichfield boro., 67, 112, 115–16; property, 66, 77, 79, 100, 110, 233–4; as trustee of char. land, 79, 183, 186–7, 189–90
-, council, 67, 76–7, 80–3, 98–106, 108–9, 116, 128, 151, 160, 191; property, 70, 72, 128, 229
-, county, 76, 83
-, ct. of record, 78
-, freemen, 92–4, 133
-, insignia and plate, 38, 76, 80, 82, 84–7, 86, 143, 160
-, J.P.s, 77–9, 82–4, 99
-, mayors, 76, 81, 83, 99, 119, 160, 191; named, 72, 79, 81, 86–7, 130, 209
-, muniments, 18, 82, 94, 143
-, par. council, 76
-, recorders, 76–8, 80–2, 86, 93, 129, 255
-, sheriffs, 36, 72, 76, 78–80, 83, 93, 159, 163
-, stewards, 76–8, 82, 209
-, town clerks, 76, 78, 82, 159–60; named, 70, 78–80, 82, 93, 107, 129, 143, 190–1, 210
-, town criers, 102, 119, 159
-, treasurers, 80–1
-, and see Lichfield: chs. (St. Mary's, as civic ch.)
-, City Inst. (St. Mary's Men's Soc., Scott Inst.), 117, 179
-, Civic Café (British Restaurant), 33
-, Civic Hall, 167
-, Civic Soc., 170
-, the Civil War, 17–18, 52, 57, 60–2, 64–5, 67–8, 95, 152
-, clock tower, 97
-, close, see Lichfield close
-, clubs, 113, 167–8
-, coaches, 46
-, coffee hos., 167
-, communications, 44–7
-, canals, 25, 47, 127
-, rlys., 25, 32, 46–7, 127–8, 150, 276; St. John Street bridge, plate 29
-, rds., 8–9, 11, 14, 16, 24–5, 32–3, 35, 44–7, 79, 128–30
-, and see Lichfield: buses, carriers, and coaches
-, community of the town, 75–6, 96, 137
-, Conduit Lands Trust, 15, 36, 79, 96–9, 115, 130, 163
-, benefactions, 45, 79, 81–3, 85, 88–9, 91, 98, 100–2, 104, 107–8, 117, 122, 130, 141–2, 174–5, 177, 180, 183
-, property, 15, 79, 97–9, 289
-, conduits, see Lichfield: water suppiles
-, Corn Exchange, see Lichfield: mkts.
-, county, see Lichfield: city govt.
-, Crimean War cannon, 163
-, Cross o' th' Hand, see Burntwood
-, crosses, 10, 40; and see Lichfield: mkts.
-, Cruck Ho., 159, 168
-, cuckstool, 85, 102
-, Culstubbe Hall, 21, 141 n
-, Culstubbe marsh, see Lichfield: marsh
-, curfew and day bells, 102
-, Darwin Ho., see Lichfield close: hos.
-, Davidson Ho., 43, 131, 169; plate 16
-, Deakin's Row, 27
-, Deanslade, 68, 112
-, dernmoot, see Lichfield: man. govt. (cts.)
-, diocese, see Lichfield diocese
-, district, 76, 83, 99, 116, 218, 236, 252, 268, 282, 293
-, offices, 36, 43
-, ditches:
-, Castle ditch, 7, 27, 40, 162
-, town ditch, 39–40, 42, 70
-, Dr. Milley's hosp., see Lichfield: almshos.
-, domestic buildings, 43–4
-, Donegal Ho., 35, 43, 83; plate 18
-, dovecots, 112–13
-, Dovehouse Fields, 27, 108, 128
-, dozeners, see Lichfield: man. govt. (tithingmen)
-, Eastern Ave., 35, 128–9
-, Eastern Bypass, 35
-, eccl. jurisdiction, see Lichfield cathedral: dean and chapter and deans; Lichfield diocese: consistory ct.
-, econ. hist., 11–12, 16, 21–3, 28–9, 109–31
-, educ., 170–84
-, chars., 183–4
-, further and adult, 179–80
-, and see Lichfield: schs.
-, electricity, 101–2, 220
-, eyres, 11–12, 73–4
-, fairs, 16, 36, 79–80, 102, 118–20
-, Femley Pits, 68, 111, 126
-, fields, 45, 69, 77, 109–10, 112–13, 115, 120, 233, 235, 256, 292
-, fire precautions, 98, 101, 103–5
-, fires, 11, 21
-, fisheries, 79, 81, 115–16
-, Florist Soc. (Friendly Soc. of Florists and Gardeners), 113–14, 167, 169
-, Flower's Row, 28, 151
-, folk customs, 160–1
-, Fosseway Farm, 112
-, fountains (drinking, ornamental), 27, 163
-, Franciscan friars, 14, 134, 186
-, friary, 10–11, 42, 70–1, 96, 135, 161; plate 38
-, Frank Halfpenny Hall, 158–9
-, Freeford Cottage, 25
-, Freeford hamlet, 253 n
-, Freeford Villa, see Lichfield: Quarry Lodge
-, the Friary, 32 3, 70, 87, 96
-, ho., 29, 70–1, 94
-, and see Lichfield: Franciscan friars
-, Friary Grange sports centre, 108, 163
-, Friary sch., see Lichfield: schs.
-, friendly socs., 167; and see Lichfield:
-, Florist Soc.
-, Gaia, 7, 10, 40, 60
-, Gaia Fields, 114
-, gallows, 85
-, gaols, 60, 80, 83–5, 102
-, gas works, 101
-, gates, 9–11, 40, 42, 84
-, gatekeeper, see Geoffrey de porta
-, German gun, 163
-, grammar sch., see Lichfield: schs.
-, Greenhill, 1, 7, 27, 75, 77, 97, 117–21, 135, 158–61
-, as address, 123, 125–6, 154, 281
-, suburb, 25, 39, 43, 77, 108, 148, 151, 187, 193
-, wakes, 160
-, Greenhill Bower, 102, 159–60, 159, 166, 204
-, Gresley Row, 27
-, guildhall, 75, 78–9, 82–5, 87, 103–4, 119, 132, 159; plates 18 and 26
-, as social venue, 16, 80, 164–7
-, guilds (craft), see Lichfield: trade companies
-, guilds (religious), 131–2, 144, 148
-, St. Mary and St. John the Baptist, 75, 80, 87, 100, 102, 131–2, 141; chaplains, 132, 136–7; masters, 75, 80, 131–2, 186; plate 21; members, 78, 119, 129, 131–2, 137, 164; property, 96, 131–2, 289
-, Harehurst Hill, 1, 111
-, Hawthorn Ho., 107
-, Haywood Ho., 195
-, herdsman, see Lichfield: man. govt.
-, heretics burnt, 16, 78
-, the Hollies, 107
-, Holly Cottage, 156
-, hosps. and medical services, 91–2, 105–6, 190
-, St. Michael's, 72, 90, 106
-, Victoria hosp., 72, 105–6, 191
-, Wissage hosp., 106
-, and see Lichfield: lunatic asylums
-, house of correction, 85, 88
-, housing, 26–9, 32–3, 35, 108–9
-, improvement com., 45, 77, 81, 98–102, 104
-, inc., 110–12, 140
-, ind. estates, 128–9, 276
-, ind. sch. for girls, see Lichfield: Chadswell assessment centre
-, inds., see Lichfield: trades and inds.
-, innkeepers, 78, 94, 121–2, 125, 127, 161, 185, 193, 254; and see William the taverner
-, inns (alehos., hotels), 12–13, 16, 21, 23, 46, 57, 126, 157
-, Angel, 68
-, Angel Croft, 41, 68, 125, 209
-, Bowling Green, 80, 160, 162
-, Chequers, 169
-, Coach and Horses, 46, 68
-, Cock, 68
-, Duke of Wellington, 27
-, Fountain, 100
-, George, 23, 4, 41, 44, 44, 46, 80, 124, 165–7
-, George IV, 103
-, Hartshorn, 23, 99
-, King's Head (formerly Antelope, Bush), 12, 23–4, 46, 164
-, Lamb, 68
-, Red Lion, 161
-, Royal Oak, 21, 112
-, Scales, 46, 167
-, Shoulder of Mutton, 21
-, Swan, 23, 46, 68, 104, 125, 161–2, 164, 168, 181
-, Talbot, 46, 68, 181
-, Three Crowns, 167
-, Wheel, 27, 45
-, White Hart, 89, 131, 166
-, Irish, 155
-, J.P.s, see Lichfield: city govt.
-, Jacobites, 19, 94
-, Johnson's Willow, 163
-, Knowle, 21, 111
-, Knowle Farm, 111–12
-, Knowle Hurst (Belle Colline), 25
-, Knowle Lane Cottage, 25
-, Knowle Lodge, 25, 288
-, Lammas meadow, 79, 110
-, Leamonsley, 8, 28, 33, 37, 46, 57, 98, 111–12, 115, 120, 151
-, mill, 28, 111, 122–3
-, liberties, 83–4
-, librs., 51, 56, 59, 65, 145, 148, 151, 163, 168, 173, 179–80; plate 37
-, Lichfield Coll., 128, 180
-, Lichfield Ho. (Tudor Café), 43; plate 18
-, lighting, 101–2, 163
-, Lincroft, 126
-, Littleworth, see Lichfield: Stowe
-, loan chests, 186
-, Longbridge, 45
-, Lower Borrowcop Villa, see Lichfield: Quarry Lodge
-, lunatic asylums, 106–7
-, Lyncroft Ho., 21, 140, 164
-, M.P.s, see Lichfield: parl. representation
-, maces, 80, 84, 86
-, manor (later Longdon man.), see Longdon: man.
-, manor (Lichfield boro.), 9, 15, 67, 73, 76, 78–80, 100–1, 112, 115–16
-, so-called manor of Lichfield, 69
-, man. govt., 73–7
-, assize of bread and ale, 74, 83
-, bailiffs (reeves), 73–5, 78, 93, 102, 119
-, clerks of the mkt., 74, 77
-, constables, 74, 77, 159–60
-, cts., 40, 73–7, 83; ct. of array, 159; dermoot, 73; pie powder, 74, 118–19
-, herdsman, 75, 111–12
-, moot hall, 75
-, pinfolds, 74–5, 77
-, pinners, 77
-, stewards, 74–5, 93, 102, 112, 159
-, swineherd, 112
-, tithingmen (dozeners), 74, 77, 83, 159–60
-, warden of the fields, 74
-, maps and plans, 8, 20, 26, 30–1, 34
-, mkt. gardening, 112–14, 122, 127
-, mkts., 28–9, 116–18, 120
-, clerks, see Lichfield: man. govt.
-, Corn Exchange, 44, 104, 117, 159, 163, 165, 179; plate 28
-, cross, 16, 116
-, ho., 116–17
-, mkt. place (square), 9, 16, 23, 46, 84–5, 96, 99, 116–17, 119
-, tolls, 40, 73, 75, 79, 120
-, marsh, 42, 45, 110
-, Culstubbe marsh, 42, 110
-, the moggs, 110
-, Stowe Moggs, 110, 122
-, Martin Heath Memorial Hall, 151
-, Mary ridding, 69
-, massacre, see Lichfield: Christians
-, Maxstock Grange farm, 112
-, mayors, see Lichfield: city govt.
-, maypoles, 160
-, meadows, 79, 110
-, mechanics' inst., 179
-, medical services, see Lichfield: hosps.
-, Mendicity, Soc. for Suppression of, 91–2
-, Mickle Hills farm, 112
-, Midland Truant sch., see Lichfield: schs.
-, as military centre, 12, 23–4, 29, 92
-, militia barracks, 29, 39
-, Mill Ho., see Lichfield: mills (City flour mill)
-, mills, 79–80, 84, 114–15, 120
-, Castle (malt, Union) mill, 7, 60, 73, 79, 100, 114
-, City flour mill, 106, 115; plate 31;
-, Mill Ho., 35, 115
-, Sandford (later Trunkfield) mill, 98, 112, 115–16
-, Pones mill, 71, 114–15
-, Stowe mill, 7, 73, 79, 114, 122, 280; plate 57
-, windmills, 115
-, Minors's Sch., see Lichfield: schs.
-, Minster Cottage, 44
-, Minster Pool Walk (New Walk), 44, 163
-, minstrels, see Lichfield: musicians
-, mint, 9–10
-, Mogges place, 110
-, the moggs, see Lichfield: marsh
-, moors, 111
-, moot hall, see Lichfield: man. govt.
-, morris dancing, 159–61
-, Mount Pleasant, 27
-, murage, 60, 120
-, Museum Grounds, 83, 163, 165
-, museums, 56, 66, 84–5, 168–9
-, Samuel Johnson Birthplace Mus., 125, 169, 181
-, music socs., 164–5
-, musicians, 80, 133, 159, 164–5
-, minstrels, 102, 164
-, waits, 164
-, Nearfield Ho., 109
-, Netherstowe Ho. (North and South), 123
-, New Town, 27
-, New Walk, see Lichfield: Minster Pool Walk
-, newspapers, 125, 128, 170
-, newsrooms, 167–8
-, nurseries, 113, 163, 169
-, nurses' home, 72
-, nursing institution, 105, 155
-, Oxbury, 7
-, Paradise fields, 81
-, Paradise Row, 27
-, Parchment Ho., 121, 163
-, the Parchments, 92
-, parishes:
-, Christ Ch., 151, 193
-, the Friary, 33
-, St. Chad's (Stowe), 85, 105, 136, 139, 145, 151, 153, 155; out townships, 136, 195, 229; par. govt., 87–8, 146, 189, 203; poor relief, 88–90; pop., 39
-, St. Mary's, 85, 87, 105, 135, 139, 153, 155; par. govt., 87, 103, 141, 186, 189; poor relief, 88–90; pop., 39
-, St. Michael's, 85, 87, 105, 135–6, 139, 151, 153, 155, 282; as civil par., 33, 113–14, 283; out townships, 135–6, 195, 220, 237, 252–3, 258, 273, 283; par. govt., 87–8, 147–8, 151; poor relief, 88–90; pop., 39
-, parl. representation, 15, 24, 27, 92–5, 122, 160, 184
-, M.P.s for Lichfield, 78–9, 81–2, 93–5, 129, 158, 160, 194, 231, 255
-, pasture, 79, 111–12, 151
-, paving, 75, 79, 100–1, 120
-, as pilgrimage centre, 7, 12, 14, 53–4, 147
-, pillory, 85
-, pinfold, pinners, see Lichfield: man. govt.
-, Pipe Green, 97, 111
-, place name, 37–9
-, plagues, 16–17, 39, 103
-, Black Death, 51
-, policing, 75, 102–3
-, watch, 80, 83–4, 102–3, 164
-, Pones Mill (estate), 69, 71
-, Ponesfield, 100
-, Pool Hall, 68
-, pools:
-, Minster (Middle) Pool, 1, 3, 41–2, 47, 57, 60, 85, 98, 114–16, 124, 163
-, Stowe Pool, 1, 3, 17, 39, 47, 85, 98, 110, 113–16, 163
-, Upper (Over, Sandford) Pool, 1, 3, 18, 40, 110, 112, 115, 120, 163
-, poor law union, 35, 90, 218, 252, 258, 268, 278, 282, 293
-, workhos., 81, 90, 106; plate 19
-, poor relief, 88–92
-, other assistance, 105, 107, 110–11, 113, 134, 186; and see Lichfield: chars.
-, the Poplars (Lichfield Children's Homes), 182
-, pop., 24, 32, 39, 97, 140, 156
-, postal services, 46, 220
-, post offices, 109, 167; plate 36
-, prehistoric finds, 4
-, Prince Rupert's Mound, 17
-, professions, 129–31; and see banks; doctors; lawyers
-, prostitution, 13, 85, 102
-, protestant nonconf., 18–19, 79, 81, 93, 156–9, 171, 173–4, 180, 237; plates 34, 35
-, public services, 95–109
-, Quarry Lodge (Lower Borrowcop Villa, Freeford Villa), 25
-, quarter sessions, see Lichfield: city govt. (J.P.s)
-, rlys., see Lichfield: communications
-, reading socs., 23, 169, 179
-, recorders, see Lichfield: city govt.
-, Redcourt Ho., 19, 21
-, the Reformation, 14–16, 52, 85, 152, 155
-, registration dist., 35
-, rds., see Lichfield: communications and streets
-, Roman Catholicism, 139, 147, 155–6, 172, 176–7, 182, 223
-, Romano-British finds, 4
-, Roundabout Ho., 104, 117
-, Rowley's Row, 27
-, royal visits, 5, 13–14, 16–17, 24, 29, 45, 59–60, 79
-, rural dist., 35, 104–6, 218–19, 236, 240, 252, 268–9, 275, 282, 293
-, rural sanitary authority, 106
-, Saffron croft, Saffron gdn., 112
-, St. Chad's Ho., see Lichfield: Stowe Ho.
-, St. Chad's well, see Lichfield: Stowe
-, St. George's ct., 74, 77
-, St. James's Hall, 104, 157, 165–6
-, St. John's hosp., see Lichfield: almshos.
-, St. John's Ho. (Yeomanry Ho.), 21, 29, 165, 178
-, St. John's prep. sch., see Lichfield: schs.
-, St. Mary's Centre, 87, 142–3, 167, 169–70
-, St. Mary's Men's Soc., see Lichfield: City Inst.
-, St. Mary's well, 99
-, Sandfields, 106–7, 110, 151; and see Lichfield: water supplies
-, Sandfields Ho., 107
-, Sandfields Lodge, 107
-, Sandford, 7, 120
-, Sandford Ho., 109
-, Sandyway, 21, 105, 161
-, Sandyway Farm, 112
-, scavengers, 99–100
-, schs., 23, 113, 130, 151, 170–84, 237, 272, 294
-, Beacon (Midland Truant) sch., 160, 183
-, Friary sch., 159, 163, 178; plate 38
-, grammar sch., 13, 35, 79–80, 142–3, 152, 173, 211; masters, 35, 43, 66, 97, 141, 169, 179, 234
-, Lichfield Cathedral Sch., 64, 170, 172–3
-, Minors's Sch., 43, 158, 173–4; plate 27
-, St. John's prep. sch., 44, 181; plate 17
-, Sunday, 141, 145, 148, 151, 157–9, 171, 177
-, Scott Inst., see Lichfield: City Inst.
-, seals, 38, 75, 82, 85–6, 86
-, Second World War, 33, 108, 166, 176
-, sewerage, 99–100
-, sheriffs, see Lichfield: city govt.
-, shops, 33, 35, 73, 117–18, 122
-, the Shortbutts, 110
-, slum clearance, 108
-, smithfields, 117–18
-, social and cultural activities, 21–4, 159–70, 232
-, Spearhill, 38, 110
-, sports, 141, 145, 161–4, 262, 289
-, stewards, see Lichfield: city govt. and man. govt.
-, stocks, 85
-, Stone Yard, 173
-, Stowe, 7–8, 68, 107, 120, 122, 131, 134
-, Littleworth, 90, 147
-, St. Chad's well, 107, 146–7; plate 57
-, and see Lichfield: chs., mills, and parishes
-, Stowe, Nether, 71, 114
-, Stowe Hill, 71, 99, 110; (ho.), 21, 70–2, 120; plate 13
-, 'Stowe Ho. (St. Chad's Ho.), 21, 71–2, 106, 130, 146, 279; plates 12, 57
-, Stowe Moggs, see Lichfield: marsh
-, street cleaning, 80, 99
-, street names, 40–2
-, streets:
-, Anglesey Rd., 108
-, Angorfa Close, 33
-, Anson Ave., 33
-, Backcester Lane, 40
-, Bakers Lane, 8–9, 33, 40–1, 108
-, Beacon, Nether, 32
-, Beacon Gdns., 108
-, Beacon St., 7, 10, 18, 25, 39–41, 45, 74, 77, 97, 111, 120, 137, 139, 193
-, Bird St., 9, 39, 41, 45–6, 74, 77, 97, 119
-, Birmingham Rd., 8, 27, 33, 47; as St. John's Lane, 27; as Schoolhouse Lane, 27
-, Bore St., 8–9, 39, 41, 43–5, 74, 96–7, 99, 119–20
-, Breadmarket St. (Women's Cheaping), 41, 46, 96, 99
-, Burton Old Rd. (Burton rd.), 44, 46–7
-, Butcher Row, see Lichfield: streets (Cook Row)
-, Cardons (Guard) Lane, 41
-, Chapel Lane, 41
-, Cherry Orchard, 32, 35, 108
-, Chesterfield Rd., 8, 27
-, Christ Church Gdns., 108
-, Christchurch Lane, 28, 33
-, Church St., 27
-, Claypit Lane, 8
-, Cock Alley, 41
-, Conduit St., 9, 39, 41–3, 74, 77, 96–7
-, Cook (Butcher) Row, 41–2
-, Cotton Shop Yard, 108
-, Cricket Lane, 35
-, Cross in Hand Lane, 45
-, Curborough Rd., 108
-, Dam St., 7, 9, 17–18, 39, 41–2, 74, 77, 96–7, 99
-, Dimbles Hill, 108
-, Dimbles Lane, 33, 109
-, the Falseway, see Lichfield: streets (Fosseway)
-, Featherbed Lane, 45
-, Fosseway (the Falseway), 8, 120
-, Frenchman's Lane, 32
-, Friars Alley, 8, 42, 125
-, the Friary, 32–3, 46
-, Friary Ave., 33
-, Friday Acre, 109
-, Frog Lane, 9, 42
-, Gaia Lane, 7–8, 33, 45, 57, 68, 99, 139
-, George Lane, 39–40, 42, 97, 99, 108
-, Grange Lane, see Lichfield: streets (Wheel Lane)
-, Gresley Row, 27, 40
-, Guard Lane, see Lichfield: streets (Cardons Lane)
-, Hobbs Rd., 109
-, Hobshole Lane, see Lichfield: streets (Valley Lane)
-, Ivanhoe Rd., 32
-, Levetts Fields, 8, 44
-, Leyfields, 108
-, Lombard St., 7, 9, 39, 42–3, 45, 96
-, London Rd., 47
-, London Rd., Old, 45
-, Market (Saddler) St., 9, 39, 42–4, 74, 97, 99, 120
-, Minors Hill, 35
-, Netherstowe, 72
-, Ponesfield Rd., 108
-, Quarryhills Lane, 120, 126
-, Queen St., 28, 45–6
-, Quonians Lane, 42, 69, 99
-, Reservoir Rd., see Lichfield: streets (St. Chad's Rd.)
-, Rotten Row, 7
-, Saddler St., see Lichfield: streets (Market St.)
-, St. Chad's (Reservoir) Rd., 32
-, St. John St., 10, 25, 39, 42, 47, 74, 96–9, 101, 108, 193
-, St. John's Lane, see Lichfield: streets (Birmingham Rd.)
-, St. Michael Rd., 108
-, Sandford St., 9, 25, 39–40, 42, 69, 74, 77, 84, 97, 108, 120–1, 123–4, 155; Lower, 28, 46, 151
-, Schoolhouse Lane, see Lichfield: streets (Birmingham Rd.)
-, Shaw (Shawfield) Lane, 8, 43, 57, 139
-, Shortbutts Lane, 27
-, Stafford Rd., 27, 32, 45
-, Stowe Rd., 33
-, Stowe St., 7, 25, 33, 39–40, 42–3, 45, 69, 74, 99, 101, 108, 120–1, 137, 139, 193
-, Stychbrook Gdns., 108
-, Swan Rd., 109
-, Tamworth St., 7, 9, 39–40, 42, 74, 77, 96–7, 99
-, Trent Valley Rd., 27, 46, 108, 276
-, Valley (Hobshole) Lane, 108, 275
-, Wade St., 9, 39–40, 42, 44, 69, 74, 77–8, 84, 99, 108
-, Weston Rd., 108
-, Walsall Rd., 28, 46
-, Wheel (Grange) Lane, 25, 45
-, Wiltell Rd., 128
-, Windmill Lane, 109
-, Wissage Lane, 27
-, Women's Cheaping, see Lichfield: streets (Breadmarket St.)
-, Swan Moggs (Swan piece), 110, 112
-, swans, 112
-, telephone services, 109
-, theatre, 25, 160, 165–6
-, tolls, see Lichfield: mkts.
-, tourism, 35, 169–70
-, tournaments, 14, 59, 161
-, the Towers, 109
-, town bull, 111–12
-, town clerks, see Lichfield: city govt.
-, town ditch, see Lichfield: ditches
-, trade companies, 92, 94, 121–2, 132–4, 160, 164, 192
-, smiths' company, 36, 132–4, 164
-, trades and inds., 1, 4, 21, 28, 119–29; and see apothecaries; auctioneers; bakers; barbers; bellfounders; bonemillers; bookbinders; booksellers; brewing; brickmaking; butchers; cappers; carpenters; clockmakers; clothworking; coachmaking; coal trade; cooks; dentists; engineering; farriers; fellmongers; feltmakers; fishermen; glassmaking; goldsmiths; gunmakers; hairdressers; hatters; hemp and flax dressers; hosiers; leather working; lime burning; metal working; musical instruments; painters and stainers; paper making; photographers; plumbers; printers; quarrying; retailers; ropemakers; silk; soapmakers; soft drinks; stationers; stone masons; tailors; tilemakers; umbrella makers; upholsterers; victuallers; watchmakers; wine merchants; and Lichfield: innkeepers
-, Trent Valley Ho., 128, 276
-, Trent Valley Trading Estate, 128
-, Trump meadow, 110
-, Trunkfields farm, 98, 112, 115
-, Tudor Café, see Lichfield: Lichfield Ho.
-, Tunstalls Yard, 157
-, urban sanitary authority, 81, 106
-, Victoria Sq., 29
-, volunteers (infantry, rifle), 24, 29
-, waits, see Lichfield: musicians
-, wakes, see Lichfield: Greenhill
-, walks and gdns., 163–4
-, wards, 74, 76–7, 81, 99, 159–60
-, warren, 113
-, washing places, 100
-, water supplies, 75, 95–9, 107
-, conduits, 41, 96–8, 100, 104; plate 27
-, Sandfields pumping station, 98; plate 30
-, wells, 42, 98–9, 107, 146–7
-, Western Relief Road, 33
-, Westgate Cottage, 68
-, Westgate Ho., 44, 68, 178
-, White Hall, 68, 125
-, Windmill Ho., 115, 146
-, windmills, see Lichfield: mills
-, Wissage, 126, 182
-, Wissage Hill, 126
-, Wissage remand home, see Lichfield: Chadswell assessment centre
-, workhos., 35, 81, 85, 88–90, 106, 123; plate 19
-, yeomanry, 29
-, Yeomanry Ho., see Lichfield: St. John's Ho.
-, Yewtree Ho., 281

Lichfield Advertiser, 170

Lichfield Aerated Water Co., 128

Lichfield (and Midland Counties) Agricultural Society, 113, 291

Lichfield and Staffordshire Tontine Society, 130

Lichfield and Tamworth Constituency Labour Party, 158

Lichfield Auction Centre, see Fradley

Lichfield Brewery Co., 127–8

Lichfield cathedral, 3, 6–7, 22, 47–57, 119, 137, 139; plates 1, 4
-, altars, 51, 54, 186, 291
-, high, 49, 52, 54, 146
-, Anglo-Saxon literary centre, 6
-, Anglo-Saxon royal burials, 6, 49
-, bells, 55–6, 164
-, books and archives, 49, 56–7
-, Lichfield (St. Chad's) Gospels, 6, 56
-, boy bishops, 160
-, building hist., 47–53, 120, 128, 131, 153
-, canons, 6–7, 93, 114, 134, 136, 140, 152, 154; and see Lichfield cathedral: prebends; and Bruera; Chesterfield; Cleydon; Davies; Dudley; Ernulf; Graham; Horton; Lega; Leicester; Lichfield, Nic.; Lonsdale; Newling; Parker; Pegge; Sale; Scott; Seward; Sotby; Walter; Wrixham
-, chancellors, 59, 155, 170; and see Bailye; Bosco; Radnor; Vyse
-, chantries, 12, 54, 136, 185–6
-, endowments, 15, 68, 212, 235, 279, 281, 291
-, priests, 95, 235, 265, 281
-, St. Radegund's, 147, 212, 217
-, chapels, 49, 51–4
-, Lady chapel, 51–4, 56, 61
-, chapter ho., 10, 51–2, 136
-, upper chamber, 51, 56
-, choir stalls, 52–3
-, choristers, 64, 90, 95, 172–3, 279
-, chronicles, 38, 60
-, as city ch., 135, 152–3
-, the Civil War, 17–18, 52
-, clocks, 56, 143
-, close, see Lichfield close
-, common fund, 68
-, consistory cts., 49, 53; plate 5
-, custos, 59
-, dean and chapter, 9–10, 14, 16 n, 18, 35, 55–60, 62, 68, 95–6, 103, 107, 114, 136, 144, 153–4, 164–5
-, estates, 10, 120, 207, 262, 279
-, as patrons, 13, 138; 140, 143, 220
-, probate jurisdiction, 155
-, tithes, 69, 212, 235, 248, 279, 291
-, deans, 10, 142, 148, 155
-, estates, 9, 68, 136, 138
-, peculiar jurisdiction, 10, 53, 136–7, 141, 154–5
-, tenants, 73, 83–4
-, and see Addison; Binckes; Boleyn; Buckingham; Collingwood; Denton; FitzRalph; Heywood; Howard; Kimberley; Mancetter; Proby; Savage; Smalwood; Wood; Woodhouse; Yotton
-, Easter sepulchre, 49
-, electricity, 102
-, fabric fund, 53, 68, 103
-, officers, 52, 84, 120
-, font, 49, 52–3
-, Friends of Lichfield Cath., 147
-, glass, 52–3, 83
-, graveyard, 57, 152
-, images and statues, 49, 51–4
-, lecturer, 139, 153
-, librs., 51, 56, 173; and see Lichfield close: librs.
-, light, 53
-, martiloge, 114
-, Maundy money, 60
-, monuments, 54–5
-, obits, 68, 185–6
-, officers, 84
-, chapter clerk (registrar), 56, 59, 65–6, 84, 88, 129, 154
-, sexton, 88
-, verger, 53, 60
-, organs, 54, 56
-, organists, 173, 181
-, plan, 48
-, plate, 55, 143
-, prebends (prebendaries), 10, 16 n, 73, 83–4, 139, 148
-, Bishops Itchington, 69, 138, 279
-, Bishopshull, 68–9, 135, 137–9, 235, 279
-, Curborough, 69, 135, 138, 233, 235, 278–9; and see Babington; Lee; Tilbury; Turvill
-, Dernford, 138, 279; and see Mareschall
-, Eccleshall, see Kynardessey
-, Freeford, 65, 68–9, 84, 135–40, 153, 212, 235, 248, 256, 258, 264–5, 269–70, 279, 291; and see Blythe; London; Walton
-, Gaia, 68, 135
-, Gaia Major, 68–9, 88, 136–8, 152, 235; and see Burton
-, Gaia Minor, 68–9, 137–8, 212, 235, 279; and see Edial, Hen.; Harewood
-, Hansacre (formerly Hints), 68–9, 135–8, 212, 235, 279, 291; and see Milley
-, Harborne, 135
-, Hints, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends (Hansacre)
-, Longdon, 136–8
-, Offley, see Meneley
-, Pipa Major, 135
-, Pipa Parva, 138, 291; and see Hospys; Robinson
-, Prees or Pipa Minor, 69, 138, 212, 235, 291; and see Clarel; Scattergood
-, Ryton, see Bacon
-, Stotfold, 68–9, 135–8, 212, 235, 248, 279, 291
-, Tachbrook, see Pole
-, Tervin, 279
-, Ufton Cantoris, 138
-, Ufton Decani, 138; and see Falconer
-, Weeford, 68–9, 135–8, 212, 235, 279, 291; and see Fitzherbert
-, Wolvey, 68, 138; and see Baker; Gresley
-, Wyrley, 135
-, precentors, 59, 147–8, 155, 172; and see Abraham; Babington; Hewitt; Matthew; Walton
-, pulpit, 52–3
-, the Reformation, 155
-, relics, 49, 53–4
-, Ruins of Minster char., 189
-, sacrists, 61, 84, 144, 152, 186
-, sacristy, 160
-, St. Chad's Gospels, see Lichfield cathedral: books and archives
-, St. Chad's shrine, 7, 12, 14, 49, 53–5, 136
-, St. Peter's funerary ch., 49
-, screens, 51–3
-, sermons, 152–3, 167
-, services, 136
-, site, 37–9, 57
-, spires, 3, 18, 51–2, 126
-, statutes (c. 1190), 9–10, 49, 55; (1241), 10, 54; (1294), 152; (Bp. Langton's), 95; (1694), 139–40; (1752), 58
-, subchanters, 84, 136, 170, 172–3; and see Muckleston; Turnpenny
-, subdean, 154; and see Lacock
-, sundial, 56
-, treasurers, 59, 155; and see Chaddesden; Radcliffe
-, vicars choral, 10, 13, 51, 62, 64, 84, 93, 95, 136–7, 148, 291
-, property, 18, 68, 144, 146, 212, 232, 234–5, 265, 279, 291
-, vestry, 53
-, and see Allen; Ashbourne; East; Hardwick; Pearsall; Portjoy; Saville; Spofforth
-, wall paintings, 51–2, 54

Lichfield Cathedral School, see Lichfield: schs.

Lichfield Cattle Sales Co., 117

Lichfield Chronicle, 170

Lichfield close, 3, 11, 16, 57–67, 103, 152, 217, 220
-, alehos., 57
-, banqueting halls, 57, 59, 62, 66
-, bells cast there, 143
-, bookshop, 64
-, as 'castle', 60
-, chars., 186, 191, 193
-, the Civil War, 17–18, 57, 60–2, 64–5, 67
-, conduits, see Lichfield close: water supply
-, defences, 57, 60–1, 65, 67
-, ditch, 40, 60, 64–5, 67
-, dioc. offices, 140
-, dioc. registry, 66
-, dovecots, 62, 112
-, dungeon, 60
-, gates, 17–18, 60, 103
-, hos., 18, 22, 57–9, 65, 91
-, Bishop's Ho., 59, 62, 66
-, canons', 57–9, 62, 64–7, 95–6
-, chancellor's, 64–5; plate 9
-, chantry priests', see Lichfield close: hos. (New Coll.)
-, chapter clerk's, 56, 59, 66
-, choristers', 64–5
-, Darwin Ho., 43, 62, 64; plate 20
-, Deanery, 24, 43, 57, 59, 62; plate 10
-, Dimble Ho., 67
-, Langton Ho., 67, 129
-, Moat Ho., 67
-, palace, 17, 22, 24–5, 43, 57, 59–62, 63, 65–6, 91, 102, 120, 165; plate 15
-, New Coll. (chantry priests' ho.), 66, 81
-, Newton's Coll. (almsho.), 60, 67, 96
-, 'old palace', 65, 139
-, St. John's within the Close, 59, 66, 184
-, St. Mary's Ho., 59–60, 65; plate 11
-, Selwyn Ho., 60, 62, 65
-, theological coll., see Lichfield diocese
-, vicars choral, 43, 57, 62, 64; hall, 62, 64, 164–5, 173; plate 20; Vicars' Close, 43, 62, 64; plate 8
-, liberty, 67, 76, 84
-, librs., 59, 65
-, lighting, 101–2
-, museum, 66, 168
-, officers, 60, 84, 103, 208
-, palace, see Lichfield close: hos.
-, plague, 103
-, plan, 58
-, policing, 103
-, poor relief, 88, 90–1, 107
-, pop., 39, 96
-, the Refectory, 66
-, royal visitors, 59–60
-, sanctuary, 103
-, schs., 64, 180–1
-, sewage disposal, 100
-, stocks, 85
-, Vicars' Close, see Lichfield close: hos. (vicars choral)
-, Visitors' Study Centre, 65
-, watchmen, 84, 103
-, water supply, 9, 57, 95–6, 216
-, conduits, 95–6

Lichfield diocese, 5–7, 9–10, 14–15
-, abp., see Hygeberht
-, archdns., 154
-, and see Chester; Coventry; Derby; Lichfield; Salop; Stafford
-, bps., see Lichfield
-, Bd. of Education, 182
-, Bd. of Finance, 65
-, chancellors, see Archbold; Babington; Law; Littleton; Master; Weston
-, Choral Assoc., 165
-, consistory ct., 12, 15, 49, 53, 129, 186; plate 5
-, proctors, 65, 69, 129, 202
-, deaconesses, 66
-, registrars, 22, 52, 62, 65, 71, 78, 81, 129, 207
-, deputy, 65–6, 129, 288
-, theological coll., 59, 62, 65–6, 236–7
-, Training Sch. for Masters, 174, 182

Lichfield Foundry Ltd., 127

Lichfield Gas Light Co., 101

Lichfield Herald, 170

Lichfield Joint Record Office, 57, 65, 168

Lichfield Ladies' Association for the Care of Friendless Girls, 92

Lichfield Malting Co., 127

Lichfield Mercury, 125, 128, 170

Lichfield Society for Encouragement of Ecclesiastical Architecture, 149, 169

Lichfield Times and South Staffordshire Advertiser, 170

Liège (Belgium), 54

Limesey, Rob. de, bp. of Chester, later of Coventry, 7–8, 49

Lilleshall (Salop.), 130

Lillingston, Col. Luke, 24

lime burning, 127, 293

Lincoln, 14 n

Lincoln cathedral, canon of, see Martin

Lincolnshire, see Boston; Lincoln; Louth

Lindisfaras, 5

linen, see clothworking

Linford-Bridgeman (firm), 128

Linfords (firm), 128

Linnaeus, Carl, 169, 202

Little Haywood, see Colwich

Little Pipe, see Farewell

Little Wyrley, see Wyrley, Little

Littlecote (in Chilton Foliat, Wilts.), 287

Littleton:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1574), 207, 288
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1610), 207
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1629), 288
-, Sir Wal., chancellor of Lichfield dioc., 57, 67

Liverpool (Lancs.), 24, 46, 125, 155
-, Breck Ho., 72

Lloyd:
-, F. H., 72
-, Wm., bp. of Lichfield and Coventry, 90, 139, 148, 152, 212, 248, 264

Lloyds Bank, 131

Loges:
-, Hugh de, 241
-, Hugh de, his s., 241
-, Margery de, see Durdent

Lokier:
-, Ann, m. Hen. Sprott, 208
-, Thos., 208

Lomax:
-, Alf., 125, 128
-, Thos., 125
-, and see A. C. Lomax's Successors

London, Sim. of, prebendary of Freeford, 153

London, 23, 60, 103–4, 115, 130, 155, 160, 227, 240
-, as address, 13, 33, 55–6, 86, 88, 91, 101, 105, 118, 122, 127, 130, 152, 165, 187–9, 211, 234, 241, 271, 276, 287
-, Bow St., 103
-, evacuees from, 108
-, goldsmiths' company, 121
-, Gray's Inn, 70
-, Inner Temple, 129, 246
-, Jewish tailors, 33
-, Lombard St., 42
-, M.P., 231
-, merchants, 120
-, rd. to north-west Eng., 11, 19, 45–6, 109, 155, 203
-, St. Anthony's hosp., 154
-, St. Paul's cath., 51
-, dean of, see Bruera

London, council of, 7

London and Midland Bank, 131

London & North Western Railway, 216, 220

Longbridge brook, 111

Longdon, 147, 213, 288
-, Beaudesert, 15, 93, 122, 280
-, Bourne, 217
-, ch., 137, 212
-, Cleat Hill, 210
-, Gentleshaw, 228
-, Hanch Hall, 70
-, Hanch reservoir, 3, 231
-, Longdon Green, 75, 145, 158–9
-, man. (formerly Lichfield man.), 15, 69, 135, 210, 264–6
-, bp. of Lichfield as lord of, see Lichfield: bps.
-, ct., 40, 73, 75, 217, 236, 245, 249, 251–2, 257–8, 268, 275, 282, 293 officials, 73, 129, 280
-, Presbyterian meeting ho., 223

Longdon prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Longnor Hall (in Longnor, Salop.), 288

Lonsdale:
-, Hen. Gylby, vicar of St. Mary's, Lichfield, 108, 140, 142, 156
-, John, bp. of Lichfield, 51 n, 55, 142, 182
-, John Gylby, canon of Lichfield, 142–3
-, Sophia, 108, 156, 178
-, fam., 142

Loraine, Laur., see Hall

Loughborough (Leics.), 56, 97

Louise, Princess, 53

Louth (Lincs.), 142

Lovat-Fraser, J. A., 95

Lovatt, Eliz., 141

Loveday, John, 19

Lowe:
-, Chris., 193
-, Humph., 78, 121
-, Joan, w. of Humph., 78
-, John, 121
-, Marg., see Biddulph
-, Mic., 78, 188, 246, 278
-, —, m. Jas. Weston, 78

Loxton, S., 289

Lucas, R. C., 23; plate 25

Ludlow (Salop.), 208

Luffield priory (Northants.), 70 n

Luitcoit (place name), 4, 37–8

Lulworth Castle (in East Lulworth, Dors.), 206

Lunacy Commissioners, 107

lunatic asylums, see Bromley, Abbots;
-, Burntwood; Lichfield

Lunn:
-, Edw., 185
-, Wm., 184

Luttrell, Judith Maria, w. of Sim.
-, Luttrell, earl of Carhampton, 71

Lydgate, John, 38

Lymer, Jas., 262

Lynch, Dr. H., 107

Lynn, see Shenstone

Lyttelton, Sir Hen., 93

McAdam, J. L., 101

Macao, 272

McCarten, Hugh, Rom. Cath. priest, 156, 176

McClean:
-, Anna, w. of John Robinson, 221–2
-, D. S., vicar of Chasetown, 221
-, Frank, 215, 221
-, John Robinson, 204, 215, 221–2

McKie, W. G., 256

Mad Richard, 16

Maddocke, Humph., 188

Madras (India), 175
-, governor, see Oakeley

Mallet:
-, Harriet, 256
-, Jonathan, 256
-, Lucy, w. of Thos., 256
-, Mary Ann, 256
-, Thos., 256

Malmesbury, Wm. of, 7, 57

Mancetter, Wm. of, dean of Lichfield, 49, 185

Mancetter (Warws.), 78

Manchester, 45–7, 232, 240
-, Bank Ho., 211

Manley, J. S., 162

Mann, John, 210

Manuel II, Eastern Emperor, 59

Maple (Chestall) brook, 195

Maple Hayes, see Burntwood

Marchington Woodlands (in Hanbury), 241

Mare brook, 274

Mareschall, Rog. le, prebendary of Dernford, 186

Marklew (Marklow):
-, Denis, 126
-, John, 126
-, Thos., 122
-, Wm., 126

Marmion, Rob., 9

Marsh, the, in Barrow (Salop.), 208

Marshall:
-, John, 287
-, Thos. (fl. 1548), 121
-, Thos. (will proved 1681), 189

Marson,— (fl. 1570s), 122

Marston Moor (Yorks. W.R.), battle of, 208

Marten, John, 122

Martin:
-, Edith Mary, m. Sam. Heath, 151, 193
-, Edw., 129
-, Fred., canon of Lincoln, 56
-, Geo., 105, 151
-, John, 129
-, Ric., 129
-, Sim. (d. 1681), 129
-, Sim. (d. 1688), 129

Mary I, 76–7

Mary, Princess Royal, 147

Mason:
-, Anna Maria, see Jesson
-, Jesson, 193, 211
-, Sarah, 171 n
-, Sybilla, m. Thos. Ware Cooper, 211
-, Thos., 211

masons, see stone masons

Massereene, Vcts., see Clotworthy; Skeffington

Master, Rob., chancellor of Lichfield dioc., and his w. Cath., 55

Mather:
-, Ambrose, 287
-, Eliz., w. of Ambrose, 287
-, Marg., see Vernon
-, Wm., 287

Mathew, see Matthew

Matlock:
-, John, 80, 181
-, Matt., 181
-, Ric., 181
-, Rob., 181
-, Mrs., 171

Matthew, Master, schoolmaster of Lichfield, 170

Matthew, precentor of Lichfield, 278

Matthew (Mathew):
-, Ann, w. of Humph., 189
-, Humph., 141, 144, 189
-, John, 121

Matthews:
-, John, 192
-, Capt. T. W., 212

Matthewson, John, 128

Mattocks, Isabella, 166

Mavesyn, Rob., 57

Mavesyn Ridware, see Ridware, Mavesyn

May of Teck, Princess, m. George, duke of York (later George V), 165

Mayer:
-, Geo., 209
-, John, 209

Mayfield, 79, 194

Meacham, Jas., 115

Mears:
-, C. and G., 152
-, Thos., 56

Meat, —, 89

Meddings, M. H., 245

Mede, John, 144

Meneley, John, prebendary of Offley, 186

Mercer, John, 170

mercers, see retailers

Mercia, 5–6, 135
-, bps., 5; and see Diuma
-, kings, see Ceolred; Offa; Penda; Wulfhere
-, royal fam., 5

Mercians, Southern, 5

Merevale abbey (Warws.), 248

Merrey, Edw., 122

metal working, 120, 124, 127, 133, 229, 287
-, agric. implements, 124, 127
-, braziers, 126–7, 133
-, foundries, 39, 127
-, nailers, 124, 127, 133, 216, 220, 267
-, pewterers, 118, 121, 133
-, smiths, 118, 120–1
-, and see bellfounders; goldsmiths

Metcalfe, W. S., 180

Methodists, 223
-, New Connexion, 158, 205, 223
-, Primitive, 158–9, 205, 221, 223, 271
-, Wesleyan, 33, 157–8, 171, 180, 223; plate 35

Meuland, Rog., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 51, 54, 68, 186

Meynell, Hugo, 94

Meys:
-, Marg., 147
-, Wm., 147

Michael, St., 135

Michael the bellfounder, Master, 119

Michel, Master Hen., 119

Mid-Staffordshire parliamentary constituency, 92, 95

Middle Angles, see Angles

Middlesex, see Chelsea; Spitalfields

Middleton:
-, Thos., 263, 267
-, Wm., 263, 267
-, Wm., his s., 263

Midland Bank, see London and Midland Bank

Midland District, vicar apostolic of, 155

Midland Railway, 47

Midlands, the, 125, 147, 222

Midlands, East, 125, 160

Miles, Thos., puritan minister at St. Chad's, Lichfield, 139, 158

militia:
-, 1st King's Own Staffordshire Militia, 29
-, and see Lichfield

Miller:
-, Jas., 166
-, John, 165

Milley, Thos., prebendary of Hansacre and archdn. of Coventry, 13, 66–7, 91, 184, 234, 290

Milner, Thos., 122

Milton, Baron, see Damer

Milward, Edw., 122

mining, 55, 198–9, 201, 203, 215–17, 227, 259, 261, 267–8, 286
-, miners' federation, 95
-, mining coll., see Cannock

miniaturist, see painters and stainers

Minors, Thos., 79, 93, 100, 141, 158, 173, 189; and see Mynors

Minton, Hollins & Co., 53, 222

Mitchell:
-, Hen., 232, 237
-, John, 237

moated sites, 208–9, 233, 246, 277

Moffatt:
-, W. B., 90
-, W. L., 219

Mogge, Nic., 110

Monmouth, Geof. of, 38

Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Lady Alice Christabel, m. Hen., duke of Gloucester, 147

Montague, Lady Mary Wortley, 55

Montfort, John de, duke of Brittany, 59

Moor:
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Webb, 263
-, Eliz., w. of Sam., 263
-, Sam., 263
-, Sam., his s., 263

Moresby, Fairfax, 71, 279

Morgan:
-, Dr. H. M., 35
-, Major, 125
-, Thos., 123
-, Wm., 125

Morgill, Widow, 90

Mormons, see Latter Day Saints

Morton, Thos., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 139

Morughale:
-, Hugh of, 278
-, Hugh, his s., 278

Morughale (in Streethay), 148, 274–5, 277–80, 282

Moseley:
-, Ann, see Sprott
-, Jas., 208
-, Jos., 82
-, Thos., 87
-, Wal., 208

Moss:
-, David, 224, 227
-, Eliz., 224, 227
-, I. M., m. T. W. Bailye, 264
-, T. J., 264

Mott:
-, John, 66, 129, 288, 293
-, Rog., 288
-, Wm. (d. 1836), 65–6, 129, 288
-, Wm. (d. 1887), 288
-, Revd. Wm. Kynaston, 288

Mountrath, ctss. of, see Newport

Mousley, Sam., 190

Moxhull Hall (in Wishaw, Warws.), 164

Moyle:
-, Isabel, see Stanley
-, Mary, m. Erasmus Heveningham, 206
-, Wal., 206

Muckleston (Mucklestone):
-, J. F., subchanter of Lichfield, 66
-, Revd. Rowland, 193

Muckley Corner (in Hammerwich and Wall), 45, 259, 261, 272, 283, 285–6, 293

Muggletonians, 157

Mundella:
-, A. J., 72
-, Nelly, m. Roby Thorpe, 72

Mundy, Fra., 3

Municipal Commissioners, 78

Muschamp, Geof., bp. of Coventry, 9–10, 49, 54, 185, 233, 277

musical instruments, makers of, 126

Mutton:
-, John, 246
-, Marg., see Peshale
-, Sir Ric., 246
-, Wm., 246
-, fam., 246
-, and see Mytton

Mynors:
-, John, 241
-, Wm., 241

Mytton:
-, Edm., 247
-, Edw., 247
-, John (fl. 1527), 247
-, John (fl. late 16th cent.), 247
-, fam., 246
-, and see Mutton

nailers, see metal working

Nantwich (Ches.), 121

Napoleonic Wars, 24

Napper, Denis, 122

Naseby (Northants.), battle of, 17

National Coal Board, 204, 216

National Provincial Bank, 130

National Telephone Co., 109

National Trust, 285

National Westminster Bank, 44

Needeman, —, 187

Needwood forest, 3

Nennius (historian), 37

Nether Seal, see Seal

Nether Stowe, see Stowe, Nether

Nevill (Neville):
-, Chas., 249
-, Eliz., see Beauchamp
-, John, 188
-, Ric., earl of Warwick, 12, 14

New Jersey (U.S.A.), 292

New Town (in Hammerwich), 261, 269, 272
-, Anglesey Sidings, 261

New Town, see Lichfield

New Zealand, 55
-, bp., see Selwyn

Newark (Notts.), 17

Newbolt, Thos., 180

Newboult, Sam., 122

Newcastle under Lyme, 211

Newey, Isaac, 281

Newling, John, canon of Lichfield, 170

Newman & Belling, 271

Newnham, Miss, 157

Newport:
-, Diana, m. Algernon Coote, earl of Mountrath, 246
-, Thos., earl of Bradford, 246
-, Sir Wm., 207, 288
-, Wm., 288, 292

Newton:
-, And., 55, 67, 174–5, 224
-, John, 125

Newton, see Blithfield

Newton's College, see Lichfield close: hos.

Nicholas the fisher, 250

Nicholls, Wm., 126

Nickins:
-, Mic., 141
-, fam., 141 n

Noble:
-, Edw., and his w. Isabel, 66
-, Mic., 78, 82, 93

Noel:
-, Thos., 231
-, fam., 231

Nonant, Hugh de, bp. of Coventry, 9–10, 69, 73, 136

Norburgh, Sir Hugh de, 120

Norfolk, duke of, see Howard

Norfolk, see Ashwellthorpe

Norris, J. E. P., 262

North Staffordshire Regiment, 169

North Warwickshire monthly meeting (Friends), 157

Northampton, 152

Northamptonshire, see Ecton; Greatworth; Luffield priory; Naseby; Northampton; Peterborough

Northburgh, Rog., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 51, 54, 115, 140, 154

Northumberland:
-, duke of, see Dudley
-, earl of, see Percy

Northumbria, 5–6
-, king of, see Oswiu

Norton bog, 195

Norton Canes, 96, 132, 216, 261
-, Brownhills, q.v.
-, workho., 218
-, Wyrley, Little, q.v.

Norton Pool, 195, 204, 261
-, as Chasewater, 204

Norton-under-Cannock school board, 272

Nott:
-, Fettiplace, 209
-, Fettiplace, his s., 209
-, Sarah, see Hammond
-, Wm. Fettiplace, 209

Nottingham, 146

Nottinghamshire, see Grove; Newark; Nottingham; Stoke; Wollaton Hall

Oakeley:
-, Sir Chas., 55, 62, 175
-, Helena, his w., 62

Offa, king of Mercia, 6

Offley, prebendary of, see Meneley

Offlow, see Weeford

Offlow hundred, 5

Ogley Hay, 215, 221, 261, 263, 266, 270, 285
-, Brownhills, q.v.
-, ch., 268

Ogley Hay Rural civil parish, 258

Old, Wm., 46

Oldacres:
-, Ann, 278
-, Edw., 278
-, Ralph, 278
-, Thos., 278
-, —, 278

Oldfield & Clarke, 115

Oldham, Sydney, 128

Oliver, Ann, 171

Orme:
-, Fabian, 209, 264
-, Geo., 209, 264
-, Thos., 264
-, Wm., 264
-, Mrs., 264

Osborne:
-, Rowland, 181
-, Thos., earl of Danby, duke of Leeds, 81

Oseney abbey (Oxon.), 265

Oswiu, king of Northumbria, 5, 51

Otley:
-, John, 74–5, 112, 231
-, Thos., 231

Overton:
-, Agnes of, 266
-, John, 266
-, Wm., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 16, 67, 76, 155

Owen, P., 233

Oxford, 18, 59
-, St. Clement's ch., 150
-, university, Pembroke Coll., 23

Oxfordshire, see Brightwell Baldwin;
-, Oseney abbey; Oxford; Walcot

Packington Hall, see Weeford

Padbury, John of, 199

Paganini, Nicolo, 164

Paget:
-, F. E., rector of Elford, 243
-, F. E. H., 240, 243, 247, 251
-, H. F., 240, 243
-, Hen., Baron Paget, and his w., 55
-, Hen., earl of Uxbridge (d. 1743), 80–1
-, Hen., earl of Uxbridge (d. 1769), 82, 257, 272
-, Hen., earl of Uxbridge (d. 1812), 266, 279
-, Hen., marquess of Anglesey (d. 1869), 215–16, 221, 263
-, Hen., marquess of Anglesey (d. 1898), 222
-, as Lord Hen. Paget, 285
-, Hen. Wm., marquess of Anglesey, 29, 215, 220
-, Thos., Baron Paget, 55, 121–2, 207, 212
-, Sir Wm., Baron Paget (d. 1563), 15, 55, 69, 74–5, 93, 207, 212, 262, 279
-, his w., 55
-, Wm., Baron Paget (d. 1678), 40
-, fam., 53, 205, 217, 235, 241, 253, 265, 287

painters and stainers, 119, 132
-, illuminator, see Hamon
-, miniaturist, 126

Palmer:
-, Mrs. E., 144, 147
-, Jas., 130, 211
-, Ric., 157
-, Shirley, 130
-, Wm. (fl. 1672), 252
-, Wm. (fl. 1716), 157
-, fam., 211

paper making, 281

Papworth, J. B., 244

parchment makers, see leather working

Pargiter, Rob., 206

Paris, Matt., 38

Paris, 53, 181

Parker:
-, Alex., 157
-, Joan, 173
-, John, 121–2
-, Thos., canon of Lichfield, 144

Parkes, Jos., Rom. Cath. priest, 155

Parnel (la sage, sapiens), dau. of Sim. the clerk, m. Godard of Timmor, 245, 248, 250–1

Passam:
-, Eliz., 191
-, Thos., 191

Patons & Baldwins, 232

Pattishall, Hugh, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 49, 54

Paulhan, Louis, 240

Pavier:
-, John (fl. 1743), 264
-, John (fl. 1772), 264
-, Mary, 262
-, and see Jackson; Russell-Pavier

Paxson, John, sacrist of Lichfield, 61

Paynsley (in Draycott in the Moors), 270

Peada, under-king of the Middle Angles, king of the Southern Mercians, 5

Peak District, 120

Pearce, see Pierce

Pearsall, Sam., vicar choral of Lichfield, 181

Peche:
-, Geof., 279
-, Ric., bp. of Coventry, 9, 68–9, 71, 136, 278
-, Ric., 279
-, Rob., bp. of Chester, 49
-, Sarah, 279

Peel:
-, Jos., 123
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1830), 28, 123, 220, 243
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1850), 246–7, 249–51
-, Wm., 250
-, fam., 246

Pegge, Sam., canon of Lichfield, 170

Pembroke College, see Oxford

Penda, king of Mercia, 5

Penderel fam., 71

Penderel Grant, the, 71

Penkridge, see Pillaton; Rodbaston Hall

Pentecostalists, 159, 224

Percy, Hen., earl of Northumberland, 84

Perkins:
-, John, 189
-, Mary, 189

Perkins & Sons, 127

Perry Hall (in Handsworth), 248

Persia, shah of, 87

peruke makers, see hairdressers

Peshale:
-, Sir Adam de, 246, 250
-, Marg. de, m. Sir Ric. Mutton, 246

Peter, bp. of Lichfield and later of
-, Chester, 7

Peter, Master (schoolmaster), 170

Peterborough (Northants.), 128

pewterers, see metal working

Phillips, John, 89

photographers, 126

physicians, see doctors

Pierce (Pearce), Edw., 61

Pillaton (in Penkridge), 207, 288

Pilsworth:
-, John (fl. 1553), 235
-, John (fl. 1707), 82

Pipa Major prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Pipa Parva prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Pipe:
-, Hen. of, 205
-, Jas., 206
-, Marg., 206
-, Ric. of, 205
-, Sir Rob., 71, 114, 205, 207
-, (Sir) Thos., 205–6
-, Wm. of, 205
-, Wm., see Swinfen

Pipe (in Burntwood), 75, 135, 198–9, 212
-, agric., 213–14
-, fishery, 214
-, as Great Pipe, 205
-, man., 71, 95, 107, 114, 205–7, 214, 217
-, Mossland, 212
-, pk., 211, 214
-, Pipe farm, see Burntwood: Maple Hayes
-, Pipe Hall, 139, 155–6, 206–7, 217, 222–3
-, Pipe Hall farm, 206, 214
-, place name, 95, 198
-, Roman Catholicism, 155–6, 206, 222–3
-, springs, 95
-, tithing, 217

Pipe, Little, see Farewell

Pipe brook, see Leamonsley brook

Pipe cum membris (constablewick), 217

Pipe Green, see Lichfield

Pipe Hardwick, see Pipehill

Pipe Ridware, see Ridware, Pipe

Pipe Wolferstan:
-, Fra., 206
-, Sam., 206
-, Stanley, 206, 212

Pipehill (in Wall), 40, 112, 131, 262, 272, 283, 286, 293
-, agric., 213, 292
-, canal, 286
-, chantry land, 291
-, chapel, 294
-, Denmark Villas, 286
-, Fosseway Ct., 285–6
-, Hill Top farm, 210, 289
-, local govt., 217, 293
-, map, 284
-, Muckley Corner, q.v.
-, pinfold, 293
-, Pipe Grange, 130, 289–90
-, as Pipe Hardwick, 285
-, Pipe Hill Ho., 290
-, Pipe Marsh, 286, 292
-, Pipe Place farm, 289–90, 292
-, Pipehill farm, 283, 290, 294
-, pop., 283
-, prebendal estate (Pipa Parva), 138
-, prot. nonconf., 292, 294
-, rly., 286
-, Roman Catholicism, 294
-, schs., 294
-, tithes, 291
-, tobacco cutting, 292–3
-, toll house, 283, 286

Piper, John, 153

plague, see Lichfield

Plantagenet:
-, Geo., duke of Clarence, 13
-, Ric., duke of York, 12

plumbers, 61, 80, 96–7, 133; and see William

Plumer, Ric., 194

Plymun', Rob., see Sale

Pole:
-, David, prebendary of Tachbrook, 84, 138 n
-, Hen. atte, 247
-, T. A., 105

Polesworth, John of, 231

Pollard, Thos., Baptist minister, 156

Poole:
-, C. C., 95
-, Geo., vicar of Burntwood and perpetual curate of Hammerwich, 199, 220–1, 225
-, his w., 199, 225

Popham:
-, John, 287
-, Mary, his w., 287

porter, Alex. the, see Alexander

Porter:
-, Lucy, 21, 146
-, Penelope, 288
-, Rob., 287
-, Sarah, m. Edw. Jackson, 288, 291
-, Sheldon, 287–8
-, Thos., 287

Portjoy, Rob., vicar choral of Lichfield, 91

Pott (Potts), Wm., 289

Potter:
-, Jos. (d. 1842), 45, 64, 67, 81, 126, 131, 142, 145, 221, 255
-, Jos. (d. 1875), 83, 97, 131, 156

Potteries, the, 160

pottery ind., 45

Potts, see Pott

Poun:
-, Geof., 71
-, Gilb., 71
-, Gilb. (? another), 71
-, Ralph, 71
-, Rob. (fl. 1242–3), 71
-, Rob. (fl. 1302), 71

Powell:
-, Gordon, 278, 288
-, Jas., 278
-, —, 164

Powys, kingdom of, 4, 37

Prees prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Preest, Eliz., 193

Presbyterians, 18–19, 79, 93, 156, 158–9, 173–4, 223, 237, 252, 271

Price, A. T., 264

Princep, John, 236, 257

Princess Royal, see Mary

printers, 58, 125, 128

Prittie, Rob., 156

Proby, Baptist, dean of Lichfield, 174

Prochownick, Mr., 181

Proffitt, John, 81

protestant nonconformity, see Anabaptists; Assemblies of God; Baptists; Brethren; Christadelphians; Congregationalists; Friends; Jehovah's Witnesses; Latter Day Saints; Methodists; Muggletonians; Pentecostalists; Presbyterians; Salvation Army; Spiritualists

Prussia, 166

Public Cattle Sales Co., see Lichfield Cattle Sales Co.

Pucelle, Gerard, bp. of Coventry, 9–10

Puer, Ric., 231

Purden:
-, Fra., & Son, 124
-, Thos., 124

Pyatt:
-, Ernest (fl. c. 1905), 264
-, Ernest (fl. 1920–46), 277
-, Jos., 264
-, Sidney, 264

Pyott:
-, John (d. 1677–8), 277
-, John (d. 1729), 277
-, Pyarea, w. of Ric., 277
-, Ric. (d. 1620), 276–8, 280
-, Ric. (d. 1667), 276–8, 280
-, Ric. (d. 1728), 277
-, Ric. (d. 1747), 277

Quakers, see Friends

quarrying, 120, 216–17, 251, 268 sand and gravel working, 217, 238–9, 250–1, 268, 293

Queen Anne's Bounty, 144, 147, 270

Queen's Own Royal Regiment, see yeomanry

Quinton:
-, Alice, m. Jas. Garlick, 287–8
-, Alice, see Dutton
-, Anne, m. Wm. Jackson, 287
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., 287
-, John (fl. 1619), 289
-, John (fl. 1658), 292
-, John (d. 1714), 287
-, Rob., 289
-, Thos., 287
-, Wm. (d. 1630), 289
-, Wm. (d. 1699), 287, 289

racing:
-, horse, 22, 24, 80, 94, 102, 161, 164–6
-, pony, 162

Radcliffe, Master Geo., treasurer of Lichfield cath., archdn. of Chester, 186, 279

Radicals, 80, 184

Radnor, Master Peter of, chancellor of Lichfield cath., 186

Ralph (schoolmaster), 170

Ramsey, Wm. of, 51

Ranton, 231, 254

Ranulf (Domesday tenant), 245, 253

Ravenna Cosmography, 37

Rawlins:
-, Eliz., 294
-, John, 70, 79, 82
-, Capt. Mic., 70, 143

Rawson, Jas., 3, 130, 147

Ray, Mr. and Mrs. L. V., 264

Raynes, Hen., 147

Reading:
-, Cornelius, 262
-, Dan., 292–4
-, Job, 262, 294
-, John (fl. 1681), 294
-, John (fl. 1791), 262
-, Theophila, see Kendall
-, Wm., 157

Reading (Berks.), 181

Rechabites, 167, 205

Redehill:
-, Rob., 290
-, fam., 290

Redmoor brook, 195, 215

Reeve, Art. Stretton, bp. of Lichfield, 56, 62

Regalian Properties plc, 109

Repton, Humph., 23

retailers, 21, 67, 120–2, 124, 140
-, mercers, 43, 78–9, 120–2, 132–3, 158, 173, 188, 192, 231, 233, 245, 288
-, and see victuallers; vintners

Reynardson:
-, Etheldred Anne, 210
-, Maj.-Gen. Thos. Birch, 210, 224, 228

Reynold le Bedel, 212

Reynolds, E. H., 180–1

Rhodesia, 288

Richard I, 10

Richard II, 14, 59–60, 62, 131–2, 161

Richard, see Mad Richard

Richmond, earl of, see Henry VII

Rider:
-, Phoebe, m. Steph. Simpson, 72, 194
-, fam., 72

Ridware, Mavesyn, 189
-, Blithbury priory, q.v.
-, Hill Ridware, 281

Ridware, Pipe, perpetual curate of, see White

Rigaud, J. F., 243

Riley:
-, John, 263
-, Mic., 121
-, Ric., 121
-, Steph., 263

Rixam (Rixom), Jas., 46, 79, 158

Robert, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

Robert ad cimiterium, 252

Robert the goldsmith, 119

Robert the leech, 129

Roberts, Wm., 125

Robina Properties, 245

Robinson:
-, Benj., 209
-, Dorothy, see Babington
-, Jas., 43
-, Luke, 192
-, Thos., 127
-, Wm., prebendary of Pipa Parva, 55 his daus., 55
-, Wm., 216

Rochford, David, 245

Rodbaston Hall (in Penkridge), 277

Rodswell, Rob. de, archdn. of Chester, 281

Rokeby, Isabel de, 147

Rolleston, see Anslow

Roman Catholicism, see Burntwood; Chasetown; Lichfield; Pipe; Pipehill; Tamworth

Romano-British finds, see Fisherwick; Lichfield; Wall

Romsey (Hants), see Broadlands

Roos, see Rosse

ropemakers, 123, 229

Rose, Jos., 243

Rosignol, Signor, 166

Ross, R. P., assistant curate at St. Mary's, Lichfield, 141

Rosse (Roos), Peter, 245

Rostherne (Ches.), see Tatton Park

Rous:
-, John, 38
-, Rob. le, 277

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 171

Rowe, Thos., 78

Rowley:
-, Thos., 25, 27, 81, 105–7, 130, 163, 177
-, Wm., 130

Royal Air Force, see Fradley

Royal Army Service Corps, 70

Royal Society for the Protection of Life from Fire, 104

Rubens, Peter Paul, 52, 146

Rudhall:
-, Abraham, 56, 143, 150
-, Thos., 56

Ruffus, Rob., 277

Rugby (Warws.), 47, 240

rugby football, 162

Rugeley:
-, Alice, see Brown
-, Eleanor, w. of Nic., m. 2 Ric. Harcourt, 277
-, Hen., 277
-, Nic., his s., 277
-, Nic., s. of Ric., 277
-, Ric., 277
-, fam., 277

Rugeley, 46, 141, 168, 190, 234, 263
-, Brereton, 92, 247
-, Lea Hall power stn., 251
-, man., 15
-, rly., 216
-, workho., 90

Rugeley, Tamworth, and Lichfield
-, Joint Stock Bank, 130

Rule, Mr. and Mrs. P. L., 72

Runcorn (Ches.), see Aston

Rupert, Prince, 17, 93

Rushall, see Daw End

Russell:
-, Mrs. Herb., 143
-, Col., 17

Russell-Pavier, H. A., 264

Rutter, Eliz., 146

Ryder, Hen., bp. of Lichfield and Coventry, 55

Ryknild Street, 4–5, 7, 11, 44–6, 135, 273, 276, 283

Ryman:
-, W. J., 287, 289, 291
-, Wal., 286–7, 289–90, 292

Rymond, Joshua, 232

Ryton, prebendary of, see Bacon

Sacheverell, Hen., 93

saddlers, see leather working

Safeway Foodstores Ltd., 35, 127

St. Albans abbey (Herts.), 38

St. Chad's Gospels, see Lichfield cathedral: books and archives

St. Peter, Sisters of the Community of, 92

St. Thomas's priory (near Stafford), 69, 135

Sale:
-, Rob. (or Plymun'), 129–30
-, Wm., canon of Lichfield, master of St. John's hosp., Lichfield, 187

Salloway:
-, J. M. S., 126
-, John, 126

Salop, archdn. of, see Strete

Salt:
-, Hen., 174, 181
-, Thos., 130
-, Wal., 187
-, Wm., Congregational minister, 223

salt trade, 116, 120, 133, 251

salt working, 251

Saltley, see Birmingham

Salvation Army, 158–9, 224

Sampson, Ric., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 15, 67, 76

Samson the vintner, 119

Sancroft, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 61, 156

sand and gravel working, see quarrying

Sanders, Rob., 267

Sandford, see Lichfield

Sandford and Merton, 71

Sandford brook, see Trunkfield brook

Sandways, Geo., 234

Sandwell metropolitan borough, 183

Sankey, Thos., 201

Sankey's Corner, see Burntwood

Saredon (in Shareshill), 277

Saturford, Geo., 185

Saunders, Dorothy, see Sprott

Savage, Hen. Edwin, dean of Lichfield, 65

Saville:
-, Eliz., m. — Smith, 164
-, John, vicar choral of Lichfield, 55, 163–4

Savoy hospital, see Westminster

Sayers, Dorothy L., 166

Scammell, Geo., 128

Scanat:
-, John, 234
-, fam., 234

Scattergood, Ant., prebendary of Prees, 57

Schirloc, Reynold, 41

Schwarbrook, Thos., 56

Scotland, 121; and see Edinburgh; Hamilton; Iona

Scott:
-, Ann, m. Wm. Gresley, 234
-, Sir Edw., 94
-, (Sir) Geo. Gilb., 53, 90, 153, 293
-, J. B., & Co., 130
-, J. O., 146, 149
-, John Barker, 130, 234
-, Kathleen, see Skene
-, M. H., vicar of St. Mary's, Lichfield, canon of Lichfield, archdn. of Stafford, 105, 127, 179
-, Rob., 130
-, (Sir) Wal., 23

Scrope, Ric. le, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, abp. of York, 59, 131, 154

Seal (Leics., later Derb.), 70
-, Nether Seal, 292
-, rector, see Johnson

Seaton, J. M., vicar of Chasetown, 221

Seckham:
-, Alice, 245
-, B. T., 245
-, Gerald, 70
-, Kinbarra, w. of S. L., 70, 152
-, S. L., 70, 87, 152, 245

Selwyn:
-, Geo. Augustus, bp. of Lichfield, formerly bp. of New Zealand, 55, 62
-, Harriet, his w., 56, 65, 107

Serjeantson, J. J., rector of St. Michael's, Lichfield, 27

Seward:
-, Anna, 3 n, 21–4, 55, 62, 71, 94, 124–5, 156, 160, 164, 202; plate 23
-, Thomas, canon of Lichfield, 22, 62

Seymour:
-, Frances, dchss. of Somerset, 56
-, John, duke of Somerset, 81
-, Wm., duke of Somerset (d. 1660), 81
-, Wm., duke of Somerset (d. 1671), 56, 81

Shakespeare, Wm., 255

Shareshill, see Saredon

Sharrod:
-, Fra., 277–8, 281
-, Thos., 278, 281
-, Wm., 277

Sharrot, John, 99

Shaw:
-, Daisy Stuart, 81
-, Henrietta, 168
-, John, 236
-, Ric. Burnaby, see Dyott
-, Thos., 110
-, Mrs., 168

Shawe:
-, Hen. Cunliffe, 206, 211
-, Mary, 211
-, Sam. Pole, 123, 206, 211

shearmen, see clothworking

sheep farming, 69, 110–12, 121, 144, 151, 214, 236, 249–50, 256–7, 267, 280–1, 292

Sheffield (Yorks. W.R.), 46

Shenstone, 45, 93, 147, 258, 263, 265, 283, 285
-, Chesterfield, 157, 259, 270, 287, 290–1, 294
-, Lynn, 157, 287, 294
-, Shenstone Pk., 242
-, Stonnall, 293
-, vicars, 293

Sheriffhales (Salop.), vicar of, see Hinckley

Sherratt:
-, Thos., 123
-, Wm., 123

Shingler & Risdon, 33

ship money, 16, 84

shoemakers, see leather working

Shrewsbury, earl of, see Talbot

Shrewsbury, 8, 12, 56, 240
-, battle of, 14

Shropshire, 161, 206, 240
-, Sheriffhales, vicar of, see Hinckley
-, Woodcote, vicar of, see Hinckley
-, and see Bridgnorth; Buildwas abbey; Hodnet; Lilleshall; Longnor Hall; Ludlow; Marsh, the; Shrewsbury; Wellington

Shugborough, see Colwich

Siddons:
-, Sarah (Kemble), w. of Wm., 165
-, Wm., 165

silk, 121, 123, 133

Silvester:
-, Fra., 156
-, John, 273

Simeon:
-, Bridget, see Heveningham
-, Sir Edw., 206
-, Sir Jas., 206
-, fam., 222

Simms, John, 128

Simon the clerk (le sage, sapiens), 245
-, Parnel, his dau., see Parnel

Simpson:
-, Alice, 193
-, Chas. (d. 1796), 82, 129
-, Chas. (d. 1890), 80, 82, 129, 191
-, Phoebe, see Rider
-, Ric., 91
-, Steph. (d. 1774), 72
-, Steph. (d. 1784), 72
-, Steph. (d. 1825), 76 n, 82, 107, 129
-, Wm., 107

Skeffington:
-, Clotworthy, Vct. Massereene, 242
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John, m. 2 Sir John Dauncey, 241–2
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wm., 245
-, John, 242–3, 247
-, Sir John (d. 1625), 241
-, Sir John (d. 1651), 242, 249, 252
-, Sir John, Vct. Massereene, 242, 244, 252
-, Mary, see Clotworthy
-, Ric., 187
-, Sir Ric. (? the same), 187
-, Wm., 241–2
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1635), 187, 242–3, 245–8, 250, 252
-, his w., 252
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1652), 242

Skene, Kathleen, m. Capt. (Sir) Rob. Scott, 163

Skidmore, Fra. Alex., 53

Slaney:
-, Ric. (fl. 1803–8), 289
-, Ric. (fl. 1827), 191

Slater, Mary, 105

Smalbroke, Ric., bp. of Lichfield and Coventry, 55, 140, 142, 144, 147

Smaldridge fam., 121

Smalwood, Matt., dean of Lichfield, 56

Smethwick, 232

Smirke, Sydney, 53, 70, 149, 153

Smith:
-, A. W. and W. A., 128
-, Bernard, 56
-, Chas., 232
-, Commander E. J., 163
-, Eliz., 291
-, Eliz., w. of John, 232
-, Eliz., see Saville
-, Fra., 43, 142
-, Hen., 188
-, John (d. 1675), 249
-, John (d. 1840), 232, 236
-, Sam., 106
-, Thos. (fl. 1574), 264
-, Thos. (fl. 1830s), 207
-, W. H., & Son Ltd., 35, 170
-, Wm., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 13, 154, 171
-, Wm. Pavier, 222
-, —, puritan preacher, 139

Smith Jackson (formerly Smith):
-, John Jackson, 291
-, Mary, his w., 291

smiths, see metal working

Snape:
-, John (fl. late 16th cent.), 78
-, John (fl. 1781), 39

Snelson, Wm., 232

Sneyd:
-, Honora, m. Ric. Lovell Edgeworth, 3 n, 171
-, Wm., 94
-, Maj., 102

Snow, Julian, 95

soapmakers, 120

soft drinks, production of, 128

Somerset:
-, dchss. of, see Seymour
-, dukes of, see Seymour

Somerset, 113; and see Bath; Taunton

Somerville:
-, Edm. de, 278
-, Joan de, m. Sir Ralph de Cromwell, 278
-, John de, 278
-, Rob. de, 278

Sopwith:
-, Art., 201, 204, 216, 269
-, Cath., his w., 204
-, Shelford, 216

Sotby, Hugh of, canon of Lichfield, 235

South Staffordshire, 92, 113; and see Black Country

South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society, 170

South Staffordshire Association for the Help and Training of Friendless Girls, 92

South Staffordshire Hunt, 285–6

South Staffordshire Railway, 47, 215–16, 261, 276, 286, 291

South Staffordshire Regiment, 24, 169

South Staffordshire Waterworks Co., 3, 98, 100, 123, 215, 218, 269, 276, 291

Southampton, earl of, see Wriothesley

Southampton, 12

Southern Mercians, see Mercians, Southern

Southey, Rob., 23

Southport (Lancs.), 169

Southwell:
-, John of, 129
-, Wm. of, 129

Spany (Espaigny), Wal. de, 120

Sparkhill (in Birmingham), Birmingham and Midland Hosp. for Women, 263

Spateman, John, 289

Spence, Dr. J. B., 221, 228

Spiritualists, 159

Spitalfields (Mdx.), 243

Spode, Josiah, 56

Spofforth, Sam., vicar choral of Lichfield, 181

Spooner:
-, Lawrence (d. 1661), 237
-, Lawrence (d. 1707), 156, 237

sports, 163; and see archery; bowling; bull baiting; cock fighting; coursing; cricket; football; golf; hunting; racing; rugby football; tennis

Sprott:
-, Ann, m. Jas. Moseley, 208
-, Ann, see Lokier
-, Dorothy, m. John Ashwood, 208
-, Dorothy, w. of Edw. Sprott, m. 2 — Saunders, 208
-, Edw. (d. 1591), 208, 213, 222
-, Edw. (fl. 1609), 222
-, Edw. (d. 1644), 208
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Toldervy, 208
-, Hen. (d. 1673), 208
-, Hen. (d. 1744), 208
-, John, 208, 213
-, Marg., see Fordiave
-, Rog., 208
-, Sam., 208
-, Thos. (d. 1531), 208
-, Thos. (d. evidently by 1611), 208
-, Thos. (d. 1655), 207–8, 213, 236
-, Thos. (d. 1710), 208
-, fam., 207, 213

Stafford:
-, Edm., Baron Stafford, 206
-, Edm., bp. of Exeter, 206
-, Godfrey of, 119
-, Humph., duke of Buckingham, 118
-, Marg., m. Sir Geo. de Vere, 254
-, Marg., see Lichfield
-, Maud, w. of Sir Ric. de, 57
-, Nigel de, 246
-, Sir Ric., 206
-, Thos., 206
-, Sir Wm., 254

Stafford:
-, Baron, see Stafford
-, marquesses of, see Leveson-Gower

Stafford, 16–17, 39, 45–7, 75, 131, 170, 222, 240, 255, 262
-, archdns., see Clarel; Scott; Walker
-, burgesses, 75
-, county gaol, 84
-, Staffordshire General Infirmary, 105, 269

Staffordshire Agricultural Society, 113, 256–7

Staffordshire Association for Mental Welfare, 183

Staffordshire Chronicle, 170

Staffordshire county council, 72, 105–6, 109, 204, 211, 224, 226–7

Staffordshire General Agricultural Society, 113

Staffordshire General Infirmary, see Stafford

Staffordshire Mercury, 170

Staffordshire Regiment, 53, 102, 143, 169
-, 1st, 24

Staffordshire Schools Sailing Club, 204

Staffordshire Yeomanry, 165–6, 232

Stallington Hall, see Stone

Stamford, Rob., 248

Standly, Wm., 81

Stanhope:
-, Phil., earl of Chesterfield (d. 1656), 17
-, Phil., earl of Chesterfield (d. 1726), as Lord Stanhope, 62, 155

Stanley:
-, (Sir) Edw., 287, 289
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Hercy, 206
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John, 206
-, Fra., 262
-, Geo. (d. 1509), 55, 262
-, Geo. (fl. later 16th cent.), 262
-, (Sir) Humph., 75, 95, 206, 214, 234 his w., 95
-, Isabel, m. Wal. Moyle, 206
-, Sir John, 206
-, John, his s., 206
-, John (d. 1514), 114, 206
-, John (d. 1534), 262
-, Marg., see Vernon
-, Maud, w. of Thos., 206
-, Sam., 245–6
-, Thos. 206, 262
-, Thos., Baron Stanley, 12
-, Sir Thos., 287–8
-, Sir Wm., 12
-, fam., 262

Stanton, Sam., 165

Statfold, 195, 206, 212

Statham, Mr., 117

stationers, 122

Stavensby, Alex., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 10

Stedman, Geo., 243

Stephen, King, 116

Sterre:
-, Maud, 265
-, Rob., 265

Stevens, Geo., 166

Stevens & Robinson, 221

Stevenson, R., 183

Stevenson, Salt & Co., 131

Stoke (Notts.), battle of, 206

Stoke upon Trent, 72

Stone:
-, Aston, 206
-, Bury Bank ('Wulfecestre'), 5
-, Stallington Hall, 183

stone masons, 120, 126, 128, 132, 164 master masons, see Dale; Eyton, Wm. de; Franceys; Hugh; Ramsey

Stonnall, see Shenstone

Stonyng:
-, Edw., 70
-, Greg., 70–1, 78, 83, 129; plate 21 (b)
-, Hen., 70

Story, Wm., 147–8

Stotfold prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Stourbridge (Worcs.), 23

Stowe, see Chartley; Lichfield

Stowe, Nether, see Lichfield

Stowe Hill, see Lichfield

Strafford, ctss. of, see Wentworth

Strangeways, Geo., archdn. of Coventry, 65

Street, G. E., 142

Streethay:
-, Anne, w. of John, plate 50
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., plate 50
-, Hugh of, 276
-, John (fl. 1469), 276
-, John (d. 1523), 276; plate 50
-, John (d. 1574), 276
-, John of, 276
-, Nic. of, 276
-, Phil. (fl. 1418), 276
-, Phil. (fl. 1574–91), 276
-, Thos. (d. 1521), 276; plate 50
-, Thos. (d. by 1538), 276
-, Thos. (d. by 1540), 276
-, Wm. of (fl. 1262–83), 276
-, Wm. of (d. 1395–6), 276

Streethay, 120, 138, 240, 273–82
-, agric., 280–1
-, Austin Cote Farm (Yewtree Cottage), 281
-, Bexmore, 277–8
-, Bexmore farm (Railway Tavern), 275–8
-, brewery, 128, 276
-, Brownsfields farm, 278, 280–1
-, Burton Turnings, 276
-, canal, 276
-, chantry land, 279
-, constablewick, 282
-, cross, 276, 280
-, Curborough Ho., 275, 278
-, Curborough Somerville, see Streethay: Little Curborough
-, Darnford, q.v.
-, Farewell priory's estates, 278–9, 282
-, fishpools, 281
-, Fulfen, q.v.
-, green, 275
-, hall, plate 51
-, inns, 162, 275–8
-, Lichfield vicars choral land, 279
-, Little Curborough (Curborough Somerville), 275, 278, 282
-, local govt., 282
-, Manor Ho., 276–7, 281
-, map, 274
-, mkt. gardening, 281
-, Millhurst, 278–9, 282
-, Morughale, q.v.
-, Newlands, 281
-, pinfold, 282
-, Pipe bridge, 275
-, pop., 274–5
-, prebendal estates, 279
-, rly., 47, 240, 276
-, Rough Stockings, 275
-, St. John's hosp., Lichfield, land, 279
-, Streethay Ho. farm, 275, 277
-, Streethay Lodge, 276
-, tithes, 279
-, tithings, 282
-, tollhouse, 276
-, Trent Valley Ho., see Lichfield
-, warren, 281
-, woodland, 280
-, Yewtree Cottage, see Streethay: Austin Cote Farm

Strete, Ric., archdn. of Salop, 138 n

Stretton:
-, Benj., 263
-, Frances, his w., 263
-, Rob., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 53–4

Stretton (unidentified), parson of, see Taverner

Strickland, Wm., 126

Stringer, Chas., 80, 169–70

Stripling, Charlotte, 178

Strongitharm:
-, Geo., 293
-, Horatio, 293

Strongitharm & Cooper, 293

Stubbs:
-, Sam., 159
-, Thos., 263
-, Wm. (d. 1837), 263
-, Wm. (d. 1865), 263

Stukeley, Wm., 145

Stychbrook, see Elmhurst

Styche:
-, Fra., 209
-, Hen., 209
-, Hen., his s., 209
-, John, 209
-, fam., 209

Suffolk, see Heveningham

Suingle, M. and Mme, 181

Sultzer, John, 123

Sumner, Wm., 87

Sun Fire Office, 103

surgeons, see doctors

Surrey, earl of, see Howard

Surrey, see Ashtead

Sussex, see Hassocks

Sutherland, Eliz., ctss. of Sutherland, m. Geo. Granville LevesonGower, marquess of Stafford, 175

Sutherland-Leveson-Gower:
-, Cromartie, duke of Sutherland, 232
-, Millicent, his w., 232

Sutton, Rob., Blessed, 222

Sutton Coldfield (Warws.), 47, 156

Swan National Leasing Ltd., 276

Swanbourne (Bucks.), 211

Swinfen:
-, John (fl. 1606), 254
-, John (fl. 1790s), 111, 232
-, Marg., m. Sir Wm. Vernon, 287
-, Rob., 287
-, Sam., 232, 242
-, Thos. (fl. 1512), 254
-, Thos. (d. 1784), 232
-, Wm., 254
-, Wm. (or Wm. Pipe), 287

Swinfen (in Weeford), 111, 232, 242, 254
-, Swinfen Hall, 36

Swinfen and Packington civil parish, 253, 258

Swinfen Broun, Lt.-Col. M. A., 36, 164

Swinfen Broun Charitable Trust, 36, 158

Sykes, Thos., 157

Symonds, Fred., 127

Tabard, Wm., 91

Tachbrook, prebendary of, see Pole

tailors, 58, 60, 120–2, 133–4

Talbot:
-, Geo., earl of Shrewsbury, 74
-, Rob., 227

Tallents, Fra., puritan minister at Lichfield, 139

Tame, river, 1, 237 n, 238–40, 244, 250–1

Tamhorn:
-, Alice, w. of Sir Thos., 246
-, John of, 246
-, Rob. of, 246
-, Thos. of (fl. 1246–79), 246
-, Thos. of (d. by 1350), 246
-, (Sir) Thos., 246–7
-, Wm. of (fl. 1286–1305), 246–7 as Wm. of Handsacre, 246 n
-, Wm. of (d. by 1337), 246, 250
-, Wm. of (d. probably by 1350), 246

Tamhorn (in Fisherwick), 237, 239
-, agric., 248–50, 256
-, constablewick, 251
-, Fennyford Lane, 240
-, fishing, 251
-, inds., 251
-, Hopwas Hays wood, 250
-, local govt., 251–2
-, man., 246–7, 252, 256
-, manor ho., 239–40, 247
-, map, 238
-, mill, 251
-, pk., 250
-, place name, 239
-, shooting, 250
-, Tamhorn Cottages, 239–40
-, Tamhorn Park farm, 246–7, 250, 252
-, tithes, 248
-, woodland, 250

Tamhorn brook, see Brook Leasow

Tamworth, 5, 7, 42, 45–6, 128, 167, 170, 262–3, 292
-, ch., 244
-, Comberford, 251
-, Roman Catholicism, 155
-, Wigginton, q.v.

tanners, see leather working

Tatenhill, see Wychnor

Tatton Park (in Rostherne, Ches.), 242

Taunton (Som.), 177

taverner, Wm. the, see William

Taverner:
-, Aymer (or Aymer Lichfield), 207
-, Nic., parson of Stretton, 207

Taylor:
-, Cath., 190
-, E. D., 97
-, John, & Co., 56
-, Robin, 235
-, Thos., 157
-, Wm., 209

Teal, Lisa, see Bradbury

Teck, Princess May of, see May

Teddesley Hay, 263

temperance movement, 167, 221; and see Rechabites

tennis, 161–3, 204

Terrick, Humph., 183 his father, 183

Tervin prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Tesco Stores Ltd., 35

Tettenhall, 70

Thacker:
-, Thos. (d. 1646), 121
-, Thos. (d. 1659), 121

Theodore, abp. of Canterbury, 5

Theresa of Lisieux, St., 226

Thomas of Lancaster, earl of Lancaster, 60

Thomas son of Robert, 231

Thomas the priest (or Thomas the chaplain), 135

Thompson:
-, Thos., 126
-, Wm., 126
-, and see Tomson

Thornloe, Chas., 126

Thorpe:
-, Dorothea, m. Godfrey Rathbone Benson, Baron Charnwood, 72
-, Nelly, see Mundella

Thorpe Constantine, 70

Thropp, Wm., 141, 192

Throxsall brook, see Fisherwick brook

Thynne:
-, Thos., marquess of Bath, 251
-, Thos., Vct. Weymouth (d. 1714), 56 n, 79, 81, 93
-, Thos., Vct. Weymouth (d. 1751), 80

Tilbury, Wal. de (? prebendary of Curborough), 233

tilemakers, 120, 122, 126

Tilney:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Humph. Bourchier, 2 Thos. Howard, earl of Surrey and duke of Norfolk, 241
-, Fred., 241
-, Sir Fred., 241
-, Marg., w. of Fred., 241
-, Sir Phil., 241
-, Rob., 241

Timmor:
-, Alice of, m. John Heronville, 245
-, Godard of, 245
-, Hugh of, 245, 253
-, John of, 245
-, Parnel, see Parnel
-, Wm. of (fl. 1166), 245
-, Wm. of (d. by 1267), 245, 248, 253
-, Wm. of (d. by 1341), 245

Timmor (in Fisherwick), 239–40, 250
-, agric., 248–50
-, constablewick, 251
-, fishing, 250
-, local govt., 251–2
-, man., 245–6
-, mill, 250–1
-, tithes, 248

Tipton, 221

Titanic (ship), 163

Tixall, 155–6

tobacco cutting, see Pipehill

Toldervy:
-, Eliz., see Sprott
-, Wm., 208

Tomkinson, Thos., 157

Tomson, —, 164; and see Thompson

Toon, Susan, see Bradbury

Topham:
-, Mrs. Hen., 294
-, the Misses, 294

Tories, 93–4, 161, 184

Torquay (Devon), 263

Torte, Thos., 114

Tours (Indre-et-Loire, France), 181

Tranter, Wm., 122

Travers, Rob., Presbyterian minister, 158, 252

Trent, river, 1, 47

Trent and Mersey Canal, 47, 240

Trent Valley Brewery Co., 128, 276

Trent Valley Railway, 47, 240, 276

Trentham, 94

Trigg fam., 125

Trubshaw, Jas., 131

Trunkfield (formerly Sandford) brook, 3, 7, 40, 42, 69, 110–11, 115, 124

Tudor:
-, Chas., 210
-, Hen., see Henry VII
-, John, 210, 216

Tuke & Bell Ltd., 127–8

Tunbridge Wells (Kent), 107

Tunckes:
-, Thos., 121, 124
-, Wm., 121

Tunstall:
-, Bradbury, 123, 157–8
-, John, 123

Turner, Rowland, 233

Turnpenny:
-, Zachary, subchanter of Lichfield, 193
-, — (? the same), 193

Turstan (fl. c. 1170), 279

Turton (in Bolton-le-Moors, Lancs.), 279

Turvill, Phil. de, prebendary of Curborough, 51, 233

Twyford, Thos., 125

Tyldesley, Sir Thos., 17

Tymnis (Tymons), John, 216

Tynan, Kenneth, 166

Ufton Cantoris prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Ufton Decani prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Ulster, 242

umbrella makers, 126

Underwood, Weldon, 180

United Reformed Church, see Congregationalists

United States of America, 3, 166; and see New Jersey

upholsterers, 78, 121, 187, 288

Upton, F. G., see Howard

Ussher, Jas., abp. of Armagh, 38

Utting, John, 141, 187

Uttoxeter, 46, 191, 241

Uxbridge, earls of, see Paget

Vale:
-, Edm., 126
-, Wm., 126

Vere:
-, Eliz. de, m. Sir And. Wingfield, 254
-, Marg. de, see Stafford

Vernon:
-, Ellen, w. of F. W., 208
-, Revd. F. W., 208
-, Geo., 94
-, (Sir) Geo., 287
-, Hen., 94
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1515), 287
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1676), 93
-, Marg., m. 1 Sir Thos. Stanley, 2 Wm. Mather, 287
-, Marg., see Swinfen
-, Ric., 287
-, Sir Wm. (fl. earlier 13th cent.), 250–1
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1467), 164, 287

Verror, John, 210

Victoria, Queen, 29, 60, 83
-, jubilee of 1887, 105, 108
-, jubilee of 1897, 105
-, as Princess Victoria, 60
-, statue, 53

victuallers, 122

vintners, see Samson; wine merchants

Virginia Company, 187

volunteers, see Lichfield

Vyse, Wm., chancellor of Lichfield cath., 175

Wahast, Monsieur, 181

Wakefield, Ric., 82, 143, 190

Wakeman, Teresa, 155

Walcot, in Charlbury (Oxon.), 210

Walden, Rog., abp. of Canterbury, 59

Wales, princes of, see Arthur; Edward II; Edward VII

Wales, 6–7, 161; and see Powys

Waleys, Thos. le, 51

Walker, Ric., archdn. of Stafford, 66, 234

Wall:
-, Ellen of, 287
-, Rob., her s., 287
-, Hugh of, 287
-, Ralph of (fl. 1235–6), 287
-, Ralph of (d. by 1370), 287
-, Rob. of (fl. 1190s–1220s), 287
-, Rob. of (fl. 1242–3), 287
-, Rob. of (fl. 1284–5, ? the same), 287

Wall, 8, 45, 283–94
-, agric., 291–2
-, Aldershawe, 1, 8, 37, 96–8, 285, 291–3
-, Aldershawe Hall estate, 68, 288–9
-, canal, 286
-, Castle Croft, 290–1
-, char., 294
-, ch., 293–4; plate 55
-, Church farm, 289
-, fishpool, 287, 292
-, inds., 293
-, inns, 285–6, 294
-, local govt., 217, 293
-, man., 286–8, 292
-, Manor farm, 283, 285, 287–8, 292
-, map, 284
-, mill, 292
-, Moat Bank Ho., 285, 288–9, 292
-, Muckley Corner, q.v.
-, pinfolds, 293
-, Pipehill, q.v.
-, place name, 285
-, pop., 283
-, prebendal estate (Pipa Parva), 138, 291
-, prehistoric remains, 283
-, prot. nonconf., 294
-, public services, 285–6
-, rly., 286
-, Romano-British remains, 5, 283, 285; plate 55
-, schs., 294
-, social life, 286
-, tithes, 291
-, tithing, 293
-, turnpike rds., 286
-, vicar, see Williams
-, Wall Butts, 283, 292
-, Wall Hall (White Ho.), 290–1; plate 54
-, Wall Ho., 285, 287–8
-, warrens, 287, 292
-, White Ho., see Wall: Wall Hall

Walmesley, Wm., 93

Walmisley:
-, Gilb., registrar of Lichfield dioc., 22, 62, 71
-, Magdalen, his w., see Aston

Walpole, Horace, 3, 21

Walsall, 16, 17 n, 45–7, 70, 102, 143, 161, 183, 204, 263
-, as address, 180, 222, 262, 289
-, Bloxwich, 269
-, George hotel, 244
-, inds., 124, 127, 259

Walter, canon of Lichfield, 278

Walter, Hen., s. of, see Henry

Walter the carpenter, 61

Walter the gardener, 61

Walton:
-, Adam, Master, 147
-, Adam de, precentor of Lichfield, 91
-, Jane, 187
-, Margery, 144
-, Ric., 144
-, Thos., prebendary of Freeford, 154
-, Thos., 81
-, Wm., 147

Walton upon Trent (Derb.), rector of, see Bearcroft

War Office (Department), 70, 117

Ward:
-, John, 227
-, Mrs., 88

Wars of the Roses, 12, 84

Warwick, earls of, see Dudley; Nevill

Warwick, 38, 43, 142

Warwickshire, 161; and see Birmingham; Bromwich, Castle; Coleshill; Coventry; Grendon; Henwood priory; Kenilworth; Kingsbury; Mancetter; Merevale abbey; Moxhull Hall; North Warwickshire monthly meeting; Rugby; Sutton Coldfield; Warwick; Weddington Hall

wassailing, 161

watchmakers, 126, 133

Waterloo, battle of, 29, 202

Waters, Revd. E. P., 209

Watkins:
-, Jas., 228
-, R. A., 262

Watling Street, 5, 7, 45, 258–9, 261, 283

Watson:
-, Dan., 93
-, Rob., 211

Watwode, Ric., plate 21 (c)

wéavers, see clothworking

Webb:
-, Eliz., see Moor
-, Geo., 281
-, Hen., registrar of Lichfield dioc., 52
-, Hen., 263
-, Hen., his uncle, 263
-, Jas., 281
-, John, 266
-, fam., 202

Webster, —, 181

Weddington Hall (Warws.), 211

Wedgwood, Josiah, 171
-, his children, 171, 181

Wednesbury, 5, 245
-, Wood Green, 72

Wednesfield (in St. Peter's, Wolverhampton), 5

Weeford, 5, 136, 178, 262, 267
-, chapel, 137
-, Manley Hall, 162
-, Offlow, 5
-, Packington Hall, 210
-, Swinfen, q.v.

Weeford prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Weetman, Edw., 222

Weld:
-, Edw., 206, 222
-, Thos., 155, 206, 222

Weldhen:
-, John, 124
-, Wm., 81, 124

well dressing, 161

Wellington (Salop.), 143, 146

Wentworth, Anne, ctss. of Strafford, 22

Weseham, Rog., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 54, 144

Wesley, John, 157

West Bromwich, see Bromwich, West

West Challow, see Challow, West

West Indies, see Indies, West

West Midlands Joint Electricity Authority, 220

Westmacott, Brig.-Gen. Claude, 288

Westminster, 75, 128, 206, 222
-, Savoy hosp., 265
-, Westminster Abbey, 206

Westminster Bank, 130–1

Weston:
-, Evan, 235
-, Jas., 78, 81, 129, 278
-, his w., see Lowe
-, Jas., his s., 129
-, John, 247
-, Ric. (fl. 1527), 247
-, Ric., and his w. (fl. 1560), 247
-, Ric., vicar of Burntwood, 221
-, Rob., chancellor of Lichfield and Exeter diocs., 129
-, Sir Sim., 81, 129, 278
-, Thos., 251
-, fam., 93, 96

Weston under Lizard, 246

Weston upon Trent (Derb.), 47

Weymouth, Vcts., see Thynne

Wharmby, Harry, and his w., 209

Whigs, 93–4, 160

Whitby:
-, Robinah, w. of Thos., 234
-, Thos., 234
-, Mr., 234

White:
-, Hen., perpetual curate of St. Chad's, Lichfield, vicar of Chebsey and of Dilhorne, perpetual curate of Pipe Ridware, sacrist of Lichfield, 144–5
-, Revd. T. H., 193
-, Wm., 232
-, fam., 245
-, and see Wyte

Whitmore, Thos., 78

Whittington, 46–7, 231, 233, 240, 244, 251, 257–8, 273–4, 282
-, agric., 248–50
-, assoc. for prosecution of felons, 236, 252, 258, 282
-, barracks, 29, 155–6, 165–6, 169, 247
-, ch., 52 n, 244, 252, 258, 282
-, golf club, 253
-, Green farm, 250
-, heath, 29, 161
-, Huddlesford, 47
-, Huddlesford Lane, 240
-, sch., 252
-, Whittington Old Hall, 70, 245
-, Williford, 251, 266, 280

Whittinton, Rob., 170

Wickersley (Yorks. W. R.), 72

Wickins, Jas., 192

Wigan (Lancs.), 186

Wiggen (Wiggin), Sam., 123

Wigginton (in Tamworth), 237, 250
-, Alder mill, 251
-, man., 251

Wightman, Edw., 16

Wightwick:
-, Alex., 185
-, John, 185
-, Matt., 185
-, Wm., 78

Wigmore, see Bromwich, West

Wilderspin, Sam., 176

Wilfrid, St., bp. of York, 5, 7, 37–8, 67

Wilkes, Ric., 22, 160

Willenhall (in St. Peter's, Wolverhampton), 22

Willett, Jos., 114

William III, 24

William son of Geoffrey, 120

William the glazier (probably William 'le verrer'), 120

William the glazier (another), 120

William the plumber, 61

William the taverner, 75

William the taverner (probably William of Lichfield), 93, 119

Williams:
-, Col. Hen., 70
-, Simeon, 262
-, Thos., 262
-, Wm., vicar of Wall, and his w., 294
-, Winifred, w. of Thos., 262

Willington:
-, Ann, w. of Revd. Fra., 262, 272
-, Revd. Fra., 262

Willoughby:
-, Sir Hen., 118
-, fam., 164

Wills, Elijah, 199, 225

Wilmot:
-, Edw., 277
-, Edw., his s., 277
-, John, 212

Wilson:
-, John Walker, 71
-, Sir Wm., 52

Wiltshire, see Littlecote

Windsor (Berks.), 49

wine merchants, 68, 125, 127, 289
-, vintners, 119, 132

Wingfield:
-, Eliz., see Vere
-, fam., 207

Winterton:
-, F. D., 148
-, Thos., 117

Winterton & Beale, 117, 126

Wintertons Ltd., 118

Winwick (Lancs.), 287

Wiseman, E., 128

Wishaw (Warws.), see Moxhull Hall

Woden, 5

Wolferstan, see Pipe Wolferstan

Wollaton Hall (Notts.), 118, 164

Wolseley Hall, see Colwich

Wolverhampton, 21, 46–7, 122, 168, 263, 291
-, races, 161
-, St. Peter's par., see Bentley; Hilton; Wednesfield; Willenhall

Wolverhampton and Dudley Breweries Ltd., 128

Wolvey prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Wombourne, Jordan of, archdn. of Chester, 95

Wood:
-, Rob., 287
-, Thos., bp. of Lichfield and Coventry, 61
-, as dean of Lichfield, 62, 156, 158
-, Thos., 127
-, Wm., 287

Wood Green, see Wednesbury

Woodcote (Salop.), vicar of, see Hinckley

Woodhouse:
-, Ellen Jane, m. Ric. Hinckley, 70, 151, 177, 208
-, Hugh, 151
-, John Chappell, dean of Lichfield, 52, 55, 70, 170, 173, 175, 220
-, Maryanne, 70, 208

Woodhouses (in Burntwood), 202–3, 205, 212, 216, 218–20, 224, 262, 294
-, agric., 213–14
-, chars., 228
-, green, 202
-, inds., 216–17
-, local govt., 217
-, pinfold, 217
-, place name, 202, 217
-, pop., 202
-, Roman Catholicism, 222

Woodroffe & Perkins Ltd., 127

Woods, Edw. Sydney, bp. of Lichfield, 55, 147

wool trade, 116, 118, 120
-, Staple, merchant of the, 241

woollens, see clothworking

Woolley, Wm., 233

Woolrich, John, 170

Worcester, 119, 166
-, battle of, 71

Worcester diocese, teachers' training coll., 182

Worcestershire, 106, 161; and see Bordesley abbey; Croome; Dudley; Halesowen abbey; Stourbridge; Worcester

World Wars:
-, First, 70, 163–4, 205, 219, 269
-, Second, 70, 72, 92, 146, 193, 219, 223, 244; and see Lichfield

Worth:
-, Rob., 140
-, Joan, his w., 140

Worthington:
-, Albert Octavius, 104, 107, 152, 206, 208, 211–12, 221, 228
-, Chas., 211
-, Sarah, w. of Albert Octavius, 152, 221
-, Thos., 209
-, Wm. Worthington, 205–6, 211–12, 221, 289

Worthington & Co., 211

Wright:
-, Ric., 66, 130, 146, 168–9
-, Rob., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 61
-, T. B., 269
-, his w., 269

Wriothesley, Thos., earl of Southampton, 81, 93

Wrixham, Wm., canon of Lichfield, 91

Wroo:
-, Hen. de le, 41
-, Nic. de le, 41

Wrottesley:
-, Sir Hugh, 69
-, Sir John, 94
-, Wal., 187

'Wulfecestre', see Stone

Wulfhere, king of Mercia, 5–7, 37–8, 67

Wyatt:
-, Benj., 243
-, Jas., 51 n, 52, 131, 153
-, Wm., 243

Wychnor (in Tatenhill), 47, 94, 147, 278

Wymer:
-, Hen., 267
-, Hen., his s., 266–7

Wyrley:
-, Mark, 78, 93, 129
-, Nic. of, 288

Wyrley, Great, see Cannock

Wyrley, Little (in Norton Canes), 96, 111, 132, 192, 211, 263
-, Wyrley Grove, 222

Wyrley and Essington Canal, 47, 127, 195, 215, 261, 276, 286, 293

Wyrley prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Wyte, Geof. le, 148

yeomanry, 29
-, Queen's Own Royal Regiment, 29

York, Eliz. of, see Elizabeth

York:
-, dchsses. of, see Hyde; May of Teck
-, dukes of, see Edmund of Langley; George V; James II; Plantagenet

York, 120, 168
-, abp., see Scrope
-, bps., see Chad; Wilfrid

Yorke, Eliz., m. Admiral Geo. Anson, Baron Anson, 94

Yorkshire, 125

Yorkshire (E.R.), see Bridlington

Yorkshire (W.R.), 46; and see Halifax: Horbury; Marston Moor; Sheffield; Wickersley

Yotton, John, dean of Lichfield, 54, 186, 235

Young, Wm., 119

Young Roscius, the, see Betty

Yoxall, 82, 127, 189
-, Morrey farm, 144, 147

Zuingle, Apolline, 181



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