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'Index: A - K', A History of the County of Essex: Volume 5 (1966), pp. 303-311. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42734 Date accessed: 20 August 2014.


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Note: The following abbreviations have been used, sometimes with the addition of the letter s to form the plural: abp., archbishop; Abr., Abraham; adcn., archdeacon; adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Bart., Bartholomew; bef., before; Ben., Benjamin; bp., bishop; bro., brother; Bt., Baronet; Cath(m)., Catholic(ism); Cathn., Catherine; ch., church; chant., chantry; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; coll., college; co-op., co-operative; ctss., countess; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; def., defence; dioc., diocese; econ., economic; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; elec., electricity; Eliz., Elizabeth; ents., entertainments; fam., family; fm., farm; Fran., Francis; Fred., Frederick; gdn., garden; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gil., Gilbert; Godf., Godfrey; govt., government; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hist., history; ho., house; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; ind., industry; inf., infant; Jas., James; Jn., John; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katharine or Katherine; Kt., Knight; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Id., lord; loc., local; m., married; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; marq., marquis; Mart., Martin; Mat., Matthew; mchss., marchioness; Mic., Michael; mkt., market; mort., mortality; movt., movement; mun., municipal; Nat., Nathaniel; Nich., Nicholas; noncf., nonconformity; occs., occupations; par., parish; parl., parliamentary representation; Pat., Patrick; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pop., population; Prot., Protestant; pub., public; rect., rectory; Reg., Reginald; rel., relief; rem., remains; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rly., railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; s., son; Sam., Samuel; Sid., Sidney; sis., sister; soc., society; Step., Stephen; stn., station; svce., service; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; top., topography; vct., viscount; vctss., viscountess; vic., vicarage; Wal., Walter; w., wife; W.E.A., Workers' Educational Association; Wm., William.

Abbot, Marg., see Denham; Wm., 201, 213

Abbott, Marg., see Davis

Abdy, J. R. Hatch, 196; Sir Thos., Bt., 247

Abney Park Cemetery Co., 100

Adam, son of Bruning, 118

Adam, Rob., 124

Adeliza, m. (1) Henry I, (2) Wm. D'Aubigny, later Earl of Arundel, 156, 171

Adeliza, Abbess of Barking, 224, 228

Ælfgiva, Abbess of Barking, 227

Africa, West, 239

Ainslie, Anne, 114; Eliz., 111, 114; fam., 111

Airfields, 141, 146, 193, 255, 290

Alan, Count of Brittany (d. 1089), 118, 125, 126

Alan III, Count of Brittany and Earl of Richmond, 126

Alberd, Amy, m. Rob. Lamb, 274; Hen. s. of Wm. (fl. 1280), 274; Hen. (fl. 1339), 274; Joan, m. — Oghtryd, 274; Jn., 274; Maud, see Peet; Thos., 274

Albye, Hen., 148

Aldborough Hatch, in Ilford, 185, 191, 192–3, 200, 212, 217, 224, 229, 230, 231, 252; Aldborough Grange, 252; Aldborough Hall, 252; Aldborough Hatch fm., 192–3, 290; Aldborough House fm., 193, 290; Bunting Bridge fm., 192; ch., 258, 259; noncf., 231; sch., 264, 265; Tan Yard fm., 193

Aldburgh, fam., 192

Aldersbrook, in Little Ilford, 198, 206, 286

Aldersgate (Lond.), par. of St. Anne and St. Agnes, 125

Aldgate (Lond.), 23, 27, 28, 71, 156; priory of Holy Trinity, 156, 164, 182

Aldrich-Blake, Dame Louisa B., 100

Aldwynes, in Havering, 278

Alexander IV, pope, 132

Alford, Edw. (fl. 1617), 161; Sir Edw. (fl. 1649), and his w. Ann, 161; Eliz., 161; Judith, see Downing

Alfred, King, 165, 166

Alibon, Sir Ric. (d. 1688), 296

All Souls College, Oxford, 189, 224, 225, 257; fellow of, see Freeman; warden of, see Finch

Allen, Dr. Mat., 170; Poulton, 213

Allesley Park (Warws.), 193

Amadas, Eliz., m. Ric. Scrope, 200; Eliz. see Brice; Rob., 199, 200; Thomasine, 200

Amalgamated Photographic Manufacturers Ltd., 254

Ambresbury Banks, in Epping and Waltham Holy Cross, 93, 114, 151

America, 273, 274; United States of, see Massachusetts

Amyce, Israel, 197, 197 n, 209

Amys, Wm., Vicar of Barking, 225

Anable, Ric., 274

Andrew the Goldsmith, 104

Andrews, Revd. H. T., 112; Mildred, see Fanshawe; Phineas, 277; fam., 241

Angenlabesham, 190

Anglia, East, 4, 114; earl of, see Harold

Anstey (Anesty), Isabel, m. Rob. Olyver, 161; Jn. de, and his w. Beatrice, 160; Rob., 160, 161; fam., 160

Apperly, Jn., Vicar of Nazeing, 146

Arabin, Ric., 162; Wm. St. J., 162, 178

Archer, Hen., 135; Rob., 195; Step., 135

Archer-Houblon, see Houblon

Ardern, Pet., 195

Arkwright, Revd. Jos., 126; fam., 126

Arlesey, Alex. of, 142

Arlesey (Beds.), ch., 147

Armstead, Wm., 301

Arnold, Chas., Vicar of Nazeing, 148, 150; J., 301, 302

Arthur, Prince (s. of Hen. VII), 124

Arundel, Margery, see Badlesmere; Sir Thos., 101

Arundel, earl of, see D'Aubigny

Ascelyn, Ric., 126

Ashbocking (Suff.), 279

Ashley, Ant. J., 119; Julia, see Conyers

Ashpitel, Art., 258

Ashwell, Wm., 194

Ashworth, Jn., 279

Asser, Geo., 239

Asshewy, Step., 126

Aston, Jn. (fl. 1604), 214

Athelstan, son of Tofig, 155

Atholl, earls of, see Strathbogie

Atteley, Hen., 297

Auber, Rob., curate of Nazeing, 147

Aucher the Huntsman, 121–2, 156–7, 159, 169; Edith, w. of, 159; see also Fitz Aucher; Orgar

Audley, Thos., Ld. Audley, 203, 214

Aunger, Isabel, see Ree; Ralph, 209

Aust, Jn., 288

Austen, Jn., 286

Australia, 254

Auther, Jn., 175

Aveley, 275, 278

Avenel, Margery, see Badlesmere; Sir Jn., 101

Aylid, Wm., 145

Ayloffe, Ben., 208

Ayscough, Barbara, m. Edw. Beadle, 211; Hen., 211; fam., 211

Babington, Helen, see Langridge

Bacon, Anne, 276; Sir Fran., 276; Jas., 276; Sir Nich. (d. 1579), 276

Badby, Thos., 161

Badlesmere, Bart. de, Ld. Badlesmere, and Marg. his w., 101; Giles de, Ld. Badlesmere, 101; Margery de, m. (1) Wm. de Ros., Ld. Ros of Helmsley, (2) Sir Tho. Arundel, (3) Sir Jn. Avenel, 101

Bailey, Ben., 189, 256

Baines, Geo., & Son, 112

Baker, A. E., 283; Sir Herb., 252, 257; Jn. (d. 1518), 116, 133, 134, 138, 138 n, 139

Baldwin 'the chaplain', 294

Baldwin, Thos., 170

Bales, Jn., 210

Balfour, Jabez, 97, 206, 251

Ball, Nath., 136

Ballett, Jn., 196

Balliol, Alex. de, 101; Isabel, see Chilham

Bamber, Dr. Jn. (d. 1753), 193, 194, 213, 214, 228

Bamme, Adam, 160

Banbury, Miss, 178

Bancroft's School, in Woodford, 57

Barbados (West Indies), 119

Barber, Wm. (d. 1543), 282

Baring, Harold J. J., 162, 177; Thos. C., 175, 178; fam., 178

Barker, Thos., 207

Barking, Hagenilda of, 199; Hugh of, 199 n; Step. of, 199, 200

Barking (Beddanham, Berecingas, Budinham), 2, 5, 32, 33, 169, 184, 235–48, 257, 272–5, 277, 286, 289– 290, 205 n; agric., 106, 214–17, 281, 282; Barking Creek, 41, 42, 43, 185, 187, 217, 237, 256, 283; Barking New Town, 237; bridges, 186–7; chants., 223, 225; chars., 217, 218, 219, 220, 233–5, 290; chs., 59 n, 189, 204, 223–31, 238, 244–5, 257, 259, 296, 297; clubs and socs., 88–89, 190; coach svces., 188; commons, 215, 290; co-op. soc., 60, 61; drainage, 41, 42, 77, 221, 243; elec., 46–7, 75, 242–3; ents., 88; fair, 218; Fire Bell Gate, 222–3, 226, 238; fishing, 3, 184, 186, 188, 220–1, 227, 237, 239–41, 284, 289; floods, 285; gaol, 243–4; gas, 45, 242; growth, 235–8; hosps., 243, 257; Hosp. of St. Laurence, 234; housing, 48, 49, 50, 66, 67, 82, 83, 84, 237, 238, 243, 270; incomes, 87; inds., 14, 17, 67, 68, 185, 237, 241–2; inf. mort., 84; inns, 241; Jews, 246; levels, 33, 238–9; loc. govt., 80, 219–22, 242, 255, 270; Lodge fm., 283; mans., 190–214; mkt., 217–18, 234, 237; mkt. gdns., 188, 216, 282; marshes and sea defs., 238–9; mills, 215, 217, 235, 237, 238; motor-bus, 29; museum, 202; noncf., 226, 231–3, 238, 245–6, 297, 299; occs., 53, 68, 69, 70; Paddocks, 237; parks, 51, 185, 222, 243; police, 34; pop., 3, 6, 19, 20, 55, 64, 65, 92, 185, 221, 237, 255; postal svces., 189; port, 292; pub. hos., 85; pub. svces., 242; rlys., 23–26, 71, 188–9, 237, 269; rect., 223–5; roads, 29, 186, 237; Rom. Cathm., 231, 245; schs., 55, 56, 86, 189, 219, 233, 246–8, 264, 299; shops, 54, 85, 235; sport, 190; Thames View estate, 238; top., 184–5, 235–8; town wharf, 187–8, 216, 219–20, 223, 235, 237, 239; trade and ind., 239–42; trams, 28, 73; Upney, 185; vic., 225, 237–8; wards, 3, 5, 184–5, 219–22, 237, 242; water, 39, 40, 243, 293 n; W.E.A., 86; workhouse, 219, 220, 221, 247; see also Barking and Ilford; Beckton; Becontree Housing Estate; Berengers; Bifrons; Creekmouth; Dagenhams; Eastbury; Fulks; Ilford; Malmaynes; Porters; Ripple level; Westbury

Barking and Ilford, 184–267

Barking, abbey of, 182–5, 187, 190–5, 197, 199–201, 203–4, 206–10, 212– 213, 215–17, 222–5, 234–5, 237–9, 243, 268, 272, 282, 285, 289, 291–2, 294–5; bdgs., 222–3; ind., 241; abbesses, 182, 187, 189–91, 199, 207, 219, 222–3, 234 n, 238, 278, 291–2; see also Adeliza; Ælfgiva; Boseham; Ethelburga; Felton; Hildelitha; Merton; Pole; Vere; Wlfhildis

Barking, London Borough of, 81 n, 184 n, 267 n

Barking, manor of, 181–2, 185–7, 189–92, 200, 206, 208, 212, 214–17, 219, 223–4, 228, 234, 239, 272–82, 285, 289–90, 292

Barking and East Ham Provident Dispensary, 243

Barking Gas Co., 45, 46, 242, 293

Barking Manufacturers Association, 242

Barkingside, in Ilford, 30, 185, 249, 252, 256; char., 234; ch., 228, 230, 257–9; housing, 251; ind., 254; noncf., 231, 261–3; Rom. Cathm., 259–60; schs., 247, 264–6; water, 40

Barley (Herts.), 136

Barnabe, Jn., 199

Barnardiston, Geo., 277; Jn., and his w. Joan, 277; Rog. de (fl. 1402), 277; Rog. (fl. 1441), 277; Wm. (fl. 1440), 277; Wm. (fl. 1456), 277; fam., 277

Barnardiston (Suff.), 277

Barnardo, Dr. Thos., 189, 252, 254, 263; Dr. Barnardo's Homes, 155, 252, 254, 265

Barnes, Revd. A. S., 259; Abigail, m. Jn. Lockey, 192, 193; Bart., 192, 200, 208; Hester, m. Jn. Stephens, 192, 193; Isabel, m. (2) Edw. Kighley, 192, 231; Jas., 192; Thos. (d. 1573), 192, 200, 208, 212, 224; Thos. (d. 1596), 192, 212; Thos. (d. 1626), 192; Thos. (fl. 1786), 221

Barnsley, Eliz., m. Tho. Creswell, 105; Joan, 105; Nich., 105; Susan, m. Geo. Nodes, 105

Baron, Thos. (d. 1573), see Barnes

Barwick, see Holyfield Hall

Barwicks, in Stanford Rivers, 121

Base, Emma la, 207

Basingge, Wal. s. of Wm. de, 195

Batayle, Ric., 212; fam., 212

Bateman, Sir Jas., Bt., 158; Ric., 158

Bath and Wells, bps. of, see Ken

Bathurst, Lancelot, 102; Ralph, 102; Randolph, 102

Battles Hall, in Stapleford Abbots, 100

Baty, Jn., 143

Bayman, Percy A., 202

Baynard, J., 175

Bazalgette, Sir Jos., 43

Beadle, Barbara, see Ayscough; Edw., 211

Beal, Edw. J., 221–2

Beam (Dagenham Creek, Fleetsmouth, Mardyke, (?) Writolaburna), riv., 190, 267, 283–6, 288

Beasley, Geo., 198

Beattie, Dr. Nat., 260

Beck, Sim. A., 15

Beckton, in Barking and East Ham, 15, 22; co-op soc., 60, 61; gasworks, 20 n, 24, 45, 46, 61, 75, 181, 242; rly., 25

Becontree, forest bailiwick, 291

Becontree, hund., 1, 2, 3, 32, 39, 63 n, 94, 181–3, 269; gaol, 243–4; pop., 64, 92

Becontree Heath, in Dagenham, 182, 190, 267, 269, 280, 282, 283, 294; ch., 296; noncf., 269, 297–8; postal svces., 269; schs., 299–300

Becontree Housing Estate, in Barking, Dagenham, and Ilford, 65, 66, 69, 75, 82–85, 184, 189, 209, 237, 242, 245, 251, 267, 270–2, 278, 280, 294; chs., 89, 257, 259, 296–7; clubs, 89; gas, 293; noncf., 89, 262, 298; occs., 270; rly., 269; Rom. Cathm., 89, 259, 264, 297; schs., 264, 266, 299; transport, 71

Becontree Licensing District, 85

Beddanham, see Barking

Bede, the Venerable, 222

Bedford, dukes of, see Russell; earls of, see Russell

Bedford Institute Association, 232

Bedfordshire, see Arlesey; Dean

Beech, Eliz., 114

Belde (Welde?), Wm. de, 121

Belgium, 254

Belhous, Eliz. de, 278; Jn. de, 278; Nich. de, 278; Thos. de, 275, 278

Bellamy, Revd. W., 280

Belson, Austin, 231

Bennet, Col. Jos., 286, 288

Bennett, Alex., 301, 302; Geo. W., 294, 295; Jn., 228

Bensten (?), Jn., and his w. Maud, 124

Bentham, Jeremy (d. 1832), writer, 180; Jeremy (fl. 1792), 161; Sam., 161

Benton, And. (d. 1639), 126; And. (fl. 1660), 126, 127; Eliz., m. Thos. Sandford, 127; Jane, m. Rob. Petty, 127; Jn. (d. 1570), 126; Jn. (fl. 1645), 126; Jn. (fl. 1674), 126, 127; Martha, 127; Ralph, 127; Rebecca, 127

Benyon, Ric. I (fl. 1747), 208; Ric. II (d. 1796), 208; Ric. III (d. 1854) (later Powlett-Wrighte, later Benyon de Beauvoir), 208; fam., 208 n; see also Fellowes

Berdefeld, Jn., 214

Berecingas, see Barking

Berengers, in Barking, 191, 193, 209, 215

Beresford, Jn., 161

Berne, Alice atte, 195; Wm. atte, 195

Bernewelle, Jn., Rector of Chingford, 107

Bertie, Alice, see Osbaldeston; H. W., Vicar of Ilford, 190; Hon. Rob., 206, 211, 227, 230, 234–5; fam., 227–8

Besill, Pet. de, see Bezill

Bethlehem Hospital (Lond.), 194

Bethnal Green (Lond.), 24, 270

Beverley, provosts of, see York, Wm. of

Bewick, Revd. Rob., 294

Bexhill, Alice, 196; Ric., 196

Beyneslee (Beyllesleye), Alice de, 275; Marg. de, m. Thos. atte Park, 275; Maud de, 275; Ralph de, and his w. Agnes, 275

Bezill (Besill), Emery de, 199; Pet. de, 199

Bierners, Jn., 107

Bifrons, in Barking, 191, 193–4, 213, 214, 216, 227, 228, 238

Biggs, Edw. S., 235; Eliz., 280; Jas., 200

Billericay, pop., 64

Billesdon, Eliz., m. (2) Thos. Gymells, 125; Joan, 127; Joan, see Williams; Jn., 125, 127; Sir Rob., 125, 127; Sim., 125, 127; Thos., 125; fam., 125 n

Billingsgate (Lond.), mkt., 240

Billingsley, Wm., 211

Binney, C. H., & Co., lime merchants, 254

Bird, Cath., m. Dr. M. Swabey, 280; Hen. Merttins, 279; Jos. (fl. 1758), 159; Jos. (fl. 1814), 159; Mary A. D., 158; Mary see Merttins; Rob., 280; Shearman, 159

Birmingham, 216, 242

Bishop's Stortford and District Gas Co., 132

Blackborne, Wm., 286, 294

Blackenhall, Mary, 224

Blackwall (Lond.), 15, 28; rly., 23

Blackwell, Wm., 120, 121

Bladen, Frances, see Foche; Col. Martin, 193

Blake, Jn. (fl. 1720), 126; Jn. (fl. 1748), 126; Priscilla, 126

Bland, Hen., 288

Blatt, Edm., 231

Bledlowe, Eliz., see Starkey; Thos., 210

Blenheim, battle of, 119

Blomfield, Sir Art., 175; Chas. J., Bp. of Lond., 221; Sir Reg., 99, 111

Blore, Edw., 258

Bodley & Garner, architects, 138

Bogeys, Christine, 160; Jn., 160

Bolingbroke, vcts., see St. John

Bolle, Jn., 204

Bolton, Isabel, 161; Jn. (d. bef. 1380), 160; Jn. (fl. 1385), 160, 161; Maud, 160; fam., 105

Bonham, Anne, m. Ben. Henshaw, 279; Thos. (d. 1676), 279, 282; Thos. (fl. 1705), 279–80, 286

Bonnell's School, in West Ham, 57

Bonnett, Jn., 213

Bonynge, Sarah, 294

Booth, Chas., 11

Boothby, Eliz., 102; Frances, m. (2) Ben. Moyer, 102; Rob. (d. 1641), 102; Rob. (d. 1733), 102; Rob. (d. 1774), 102; Thos. (d. 1625), 99, 102, 113; Thos. (d. 1661), 102; Thos. (d. 1735), 102; Wm., 102; fam., 111

Boreham, 122; see also New Hall

Boreman, Marg., see Davis; Sir Wm., 198

Borough English, custom of, 103, 142, 144

Borton, H. E., 260

Boseham, Mabel de, Abbess of Barking, 222

Boswell, Wm., 286–9

Boudicca, Queen, 155

Boulton, Wm. W., 291

Bourchier, Hen. (d. 1483), Earl of Essex, 100, 101; Hen. (d. 1540), Earl of Essex, 101; Isabel, Ctss. of Essex, 101

Bourdon, Pet., 274

Bourne, Sam., 136

Bourne, riv., see Ching

Bourton-on-the-Hill (Glos.), 143

Bow (Lond.), 24, 27–29, 261, 269

Bow Creek, 14, 15, 41

Bowdyshe (Bowdysshe), Miles, 210; Ric., 272

Bowe, Nich., Rector of Chingford, 110

Bowes, Frances, see Scrope; Sir Mart. (d. 1566), M.P., Ld. Mayor of Lond., and his w. Frances, 200, 207, 277; Mart. (fl. 1568), 270, 277

Bowles, Jonathan, 225

Bowyer, Jn., Vicar of Dagenham, 225, 295

Boy Scouts Association, 154

Boyle, Ric., Earl of Cork, later Earl of Burlington, 158

Branch, Ellen, 102; Sir Jn., 102, 102 n

Brand, Fred. J., 235; P. E., 260

Brandeshacche, Wm. de, 153

Branfill, Champion, 288

Branston, Eliz., m. Revd. Chas. Daubeny, 127; Wm. G., 127

Breame, Art., 204, 210, 213; Edw., 204, 210, 213, 213 n; Margery, see Denham; Ric., 210, 213

Brenton, Mrs., 162

Brentwood, 32 n, 254, 269

Brentwood, Rom. Cath. dioc. of, 90

Brentwood School, 295

Bret, Agnes le, see Fitz Fulk; Rob. le, 203

Brett, Revd. Jn., 294

Brewster, Augustine, 214; Fran., 214; Geo., 143; Jn. (d. 1677), 214, 230; Jn. (fl. 1731), 214; Marg., see Waldern; Thos., 143

Brice, Eliz., m. (1) Rob. Amadas, (2) Sir Thos. Neville, 199, 200; Sir Hugh, and his w. Eliz., 199, 207; Hugh, the younger, 199

Brickmaking, 107, 124, 128, 186, 241, 249, 254, 283–4

Bridewell Hospital (Lond.), 194

Bridges, Hen., clockmaker, 164

Briggs Motor Bodies, 284

British Electricity Authority, 243

British Gas Light Co., 44, 45

British Land Co., 31

British Transport Commission, 72

Brittany, counts of, 125, 126; see also Alan

Brixham (Devon), 240

Brodeye, Wm., 160

Broke, Alice, 102; Jn., 102; Thos., and his w. Alice, 227

Broket, Edw., 160

Bromley (Mdx. later Lond.), 24, 26, 239; Marsh, 4, 33

Brook, Osbert at, 127

Brooke, Lucretia, m. Wm. Carewe, 196; Wm., 196, 197

Broughton, Revd. Hen. D., 126

Brown, Geo, 205; Hugh, 199; Jos., Vicar of Nazeing, 148–50; Rupert, 205; Wm., 161; fam., 205

Browne, Sir Ant., 124, 272, 273, 294– 295; Sir Humph., 158; Rob., 179; Wm., 201; Wistan, 273, 295

Broxbourne (Herts.), 135, 145; man., 146; mill, 140; rly., 23, 25, 141; toll-bridge, 141

Broxted, 110

Bruning the priest, canon of Waltham, 118; Adam s. of, 118

Buckerell, Step., 104, 104 n; fam., 104

Buckerells, see Gowers and Buckerells

Buckhurst Hill, in Chigwell, 75, 80

Buckingham, dukes of, see Stafford

Buckinghamshire, see Edlesborough; Eton Coll.

Buckley, Wm., 278

Budinham, see Barking

Bullock, Jn., 273

Buntons Brook, 185

Burge, Jn., 284

Burges, Wm., 173, 174

Burghley, ld. and lady, see Cecil

Burgoyne, Eliz., see Harvey; Jn., 195; Montagu, 194; Thos., 195; fam., 195

Burley, Beatrice, see Ros; Sir Ric., 101; fam., 212

Burlington, earls of, see Boyle

Burne-Jones, Edw., 174, 229

Burnett, Jn., 111

Burr (Burre), Jn. (fl. 1520), 241; Jn. (fl. 1595), 210; Marg., 194; Thos. (fl. 1532), 194; Thos. (fl. 1595), 210; Wm., 226; fam., 231

Burrows, Dr., Chaplain of St. John's, Epping, 137

Burstead, Great, 209

Burton, Abr., 112

Bury, Chas. J., 144; Eliz., 144; Jas., 140, 144, 146, 149; Jas. F., 144; Ralph, 144; fam., 144, 149

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), 117

Bury St. Edmunds, abbey of, 182

Butler, Jas., 201

Buxhull, Alan de, 167

Buxton, Edw. N., 290; Sir Thos. F. V., Bt., 162, 174, 177–8; fam., 155, 162–3

Byfield & Green, organ builders, 227

Byshe, Sir Edw., 198; Mary, see Montagu

Cachemaille-Day, N., 111, 297

Caen (Calvados, France), abbey ch. of St. Stephen, 156

Calais (France), 241

Cambell, Sir Harry, 196; Hester, see Corsellis; Sir Jas., 196, 219, 234, 246, 247; Mary, see Fanshawe; Mary, m. Thos. Price, 196; Sir Thos., Bt., 196; fam., 196, 227

Cambridge, 24, 114, 117, 141

Cambridge University, see Emmanuel Coll.

Cambridgeshire, 122; see also Ely; Gamlingay

Camera, fam., see Chaumbre

Cameron, Donald, 206, 212, 214

Campbell, Johnstone & Co., shipbuilders, 15

Campion (Cumpaigne), Agnes, 121; Edw. (fl. 1544), and his w. Helena, 120; Edw. (fl. 1847), 205; Geo., 133, 135, 138, 139; Jas., 197; Jn., 120; Thos. and his w. Agnes, 121; fam., 120

Campions (Epping), in Epping, 116, 119–21, 127, 131

Canfield, Little, see Stone Hall

Cann Hall, in Wanstead, later in Leyton, 5 n, 21, 52, 181, 182

Canning Town, in West Ham, 11, 15, 29, 58 n; buses and trams, 28, 73; ch., 244; co-op. soc., 60, 61; housing, 48; ind., 284; Jews, 59; rly., 23n, 25; roads, 74; trade unions, 61; see also Dockland Settlement; Mansfield House

Canterbury, Maud de, 160; Sim. de, 160

Canterbury (Kent), 272

Canterbury, abps. of, 223; see also Cranmer; Laud; Tillotson

Canterbury Tales, 277

Canvey Island, 294 n

Carewe, Lucretia, see Brooke; Thos., 210; Wm., 196

Caribbean Sea, 239

Carlisle, earls of, see Hay

Carpenter, Jn., Provost of Oriel, later Master of St. Anthony's, later Bp. of Worcester, 279

Carter, Geo., 109; Thos., 187

Cartwright, Jn., 225; Thos., Vicar of Barking, later Bp. of Chester, 225–6

Cary, Jn., 159; Valentine, Vicar of Epping, later Dean of St. Paul's and Bp. of Exeter, 133

Castlemaine, vct., see Child

Catlin, Rob., bell-founder, 227

Catrow, Rob., 179

Cavalure, Ant., 197

Cavendish, Wm., 147

Cecil (later Gascoyne-Cecil), Jas., Marq. of Salisbury, 194; Frances, Mchss. of Salisbury, see Gascoyne; Mildred, Lady Burghley, 180; Rob., Marq. of Salisbury, prime minister, 194, 244; Wm., Ld. Burghley, 166; fam., 228

Cennick, Jn., Moravian, 233

Centinces triow, (?) at Becontree Heath, 190

Central Electricity Bd., 75, 76

Central London (underground) Rly., 72, 188, 252

Chadwell Heath, in Dagenham and Ilford, 252, 267, 269–70, 280–3, 290–2, 294; ch., 257–8, 296; gas, 293; housing, 251; ind., 68, 255, 285; noncf., 298, 300; parks, 52; postal svces., 269; Rom. Cathm., 260; rly., 269, 281, 284; schs., 265– 266, 299, 300

Chadwick, Jas. (d. 1697), 211, 212; Revd. Jn. F., 260

Chalkley, Thos., 149

Chamberlain, Edm. the, 199; Maud dau. of Edm., m. Rob. Fitz Hugh, 199; Ralph, 195; Ric. the, 199

Chambers, in Epping, 116, 119–21, 125, 127, 131, 139

Chancellor, Sam., 137

Chantries, 223, 225, 295

Chaplin, Edw., Vicar of Dagenham, 292, 294

Chapman, Ann, 138, 139; G. W., 143; Geo., 143; Jn., 159; Roy, 143; fam., 159

Charlecote (Warws.), 279

Charles I, 173, 217

Chaumbre (Camera), Edm. de la, 121; Elias de, 121; Gil. de (fl. 1239–48), 121; Gil. atte (fl. 1316), 121; Gil. de la (fl. 1346), 121; Joan de la, 121; Jn. de la, 121; Marg. de la, 121; Thos. atte, 121; fam., 121

Cheere, Sir Hen., 228

Chelmsford, 217

Chelmsford, bps. of, 111, 175, 244–5, 257–9, 297

Chelmsford, dioc. of, 90, 244

Cherriton, Mary, m. Rob. More, 201; Mary, see Dagge

Cheshire, see Mobberley

Cheshunt (Herts.), 145, 151, 151 n, 153, 163, 166, 180; noncf. 176; Ctss. of Huntingdon's Coll., 150

Chester, bps. of, see Cartwright; Morton

Cheyne, Lawr., 160

Chigwell, 1, 2, 81 n, 195, 290; Chigwell Hall, 194; gas, 45; housing, 272; loc. govt., 80; police, 34; pop., 92; rly., 72; Rom. Cathm., 297; water, 39; see also Buckhurst Hill; Hainault Housing Estate

Chigwell, Loughton, and Woodford Gas Co., 45–46, 100

Child, Sir Caesar, Bt. (d. 1725), 194; Sir Caesar, Bt. (d. 1753), 194; Sir Ric., later Vct. Castlemaine and Earl Tylney, 205

Childs, Jn., 232

Chilham, Isabel of, m. (1) David de Strathbogie, Earl of Atholl, (2) Alex. de Balliol, 101; Ric. of (Ric. Fitz Roy) (d. bef. 1253), 101; Ric. of (d. bef. 1265), 101; Rose of, see Dover

Chilham (Kent), 101

China, 262

Ching (Bourne) riv., 97

Chingford, Mart. of, 104

Chingford, 1, 2, 5, 29, 30, 81 n, 93, 94, 95, 97–114, 151, 154, 166, 182; adv., 101; agric., 105–6; bridges, 99; 'Bull and Crown', 99; Carbis Cottage, 99; char., 113, 114, 179; Chingford Earls, 95, 97, 100– 111, 113; Chingford Green, 97, 99, 108–13; Chingford Hatch, 97, 104, 110–12; Chingford Mount, 97, 99, 100, 112; Chingford Plain, 107, 108; Chingford Rise housing estate, 97; Chingford St. Paul's (Chingford Hall), 94, 95, 97, 99, 101–11; ch., 59 n, 95, 97, 99–101, 103–4, 107, 109–11; Danielsland, 101; econ. hist., 105–7; elec., 47, 75; fairs, 52, 108; fisheries, 106, 107; forest, 107, 108; gas, 45, 75 n; Hawkwood, 97, 104; hosp., 100; housing, 49, 50, 66, 67, 82–84, 97, 99; incomes, 87; ind., 68, 107; inf. mort., 84; inns, 99; Jackatt Hill, 102; Kilgreana, 108; Larkswood, 100, 106; loc. govt., 80, 108–9; mans., 100–5; mills, 38, 107; noncf., 89, 112; occs., 53, 69, 70; parks, 52, 100, 105, 106; police, 34; poor rel., 109; pop., 3, 6, 19, 55, 64, 92, 99; postal svces., 100, 155; pub. svces., 39, 40, 45, 47, 75–77, 100; rly., 24, 25, 71, 72, 97, 100, 108; rect., 110; roads, 97, 99, 100, 102; Rolls, 97, 111; Rom. Cathm., 111–12; Roper's, 107; Ruthehyda, 103; schs., 99, 112, 178; Scotts Mayhews (Brindwoods), 110; shops, 85; sport, 62; top., 97–100; Little Tushers, 109; White Hall, 97; W.E.A., 86; Yardley Ho., 100; see also Fairmead Park; Friday Hill; Girling Reservoir; Gowers and Buckerells; King George V Reservoir; Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge

Chippingale, Mary, see Page; Thos., 273

Chisenhale, Jn., Vicar of Barking, 225

Chisenhale-Marsh, Thos., 131

Chitty, Jos., 281; Josiah, 281

Choat, Jos., 215; Phil., 215

Christ's Hospital (Lond., later Horsham (Suss.)), 194, 248

Church Association (now Society) Trust, 295

Church Building Commissioners, 257, 258

Church Commissioners, see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Church Pastoral Aid Society, 297

Churchill, Giles, 122

Civil War, 164

Claie, see Claye

Clapham, Sir Alf., 222

Clapton (Lond.), 26, 27, 28, 158

Clare, Jn., poet, 170; fam., 142

Claridge, Ric., 232

Clark, Hen. (fl. 1559), 135; Hen. (fl. 1883), 262; Hen., brickmaker, 254

Clarke, Anne, 273; Anne, m. Wm. Tipping, 273; Chas., 273; Enoch, 104; Harriet, 104; Mary, m. Ric. Page, 273; Wm. (fl. 1637–8), 110; Wm. (fl. 1690), 273; Wm. (d. bef. 1709), 273

Claverham, Adam of, 158; Pain of, 158; Wm. de, 158; fam., 158

Claverhambury, in Waltham Holy Cross, 154, 156, 157, 158, 170

Claybury, in Ilford, 191, 192, 194–5, 199, 217, 224, 232, 252

Claybury Mental Hospital, in Ilford, 194, 195, 254

Claye (Claie, Cleye), Adam de la (fl. 1203), 195; Adam s. of Adam de la (fl. 1313), 195; Denise de la, 195; Ric. de la, 195; Reynold de la, 195

Claygarth, see Takeleys

Clayhall, in Ilford, 191, 192, 195–6, 205, 215, 231, 246, 279, 290

Clegg, Jos., 118, 118 n, 131, 132

Cleghorn, Ralph, 273

Clement III, pope, 132

Clement, Jn., s. of Jn., 196; fam., 197

Clements, in Ilford, 186, 190, 191–2, 196–7, 213, 249, 254, 257, 264

Clerbaud, Iseult, m. (2) Jn. de Clyve (Clyne), 275; Jn., 275

Clerk, Jn. the, see Fitz Adam

Cleye, see Claye

Cliff, Jn., 274

Clinton and Saye, Ld., see Fiennes

Close, Step., 203

Clyve (Clyne), Iseult, see Clerbaud; Jn. de, 275

Cock, Jn., 147

Cockermouth, Jn. of, 272

Cockermouth, in Dagenham, 192, 272–4, 282, 285, 292, 294–5

Cocks, Jn., 135

Coke, Dr. Thos., Methodist preacher, 233

Colchester, 122, 276; rly., 269; wool ind., 4 n

Colchester, adcns. of, see Hamilton

Coleman, Hen., Vicar of Dagenham, 295

Collard, Ady, 159; Wm. (d. 1668), 159; Wm. (d. 1674), 159; Wm. (d. 1698), 159; fam., 159

Collett, Jonathan and Thos., 234

Collins, E., 142

Colne, riv., 4

Colnett, Isaac, 171

Colte (Colt), Sir Geo. (d. 1578), 195; Geo. (fl. 1578), 195–6; Sir Hen., 196; Joan w. of Thos., m. (2) Wm. Parre, 161, 195; Jn., 195; Thos. (d. 1476), 101, 161, 195; Thos. (d. 1559), and his w. Magdalen, 174

Colvin, fam., 154, 159, 163

Colvyle, Geof., 143; Joan, see Waldern;– (fl. 1488), 143

Combe, Castle (Wilts.), 199

Combers, Capt. Chas., 295

Commercial Gas Co., 45

Commons Preservation Society, 51

Compton, Wm., 161

Comyn, Sir Wm., 207

Comyns, Jn. (d. 1745), 273; Jn. (fl. 1757), 293, 301, 302; Ric., 273; fam., 269

Conyers, Edw., M.P. (d. 1742), 119, 122, 123; Edw. (d. 1822), Vicar of Epping, 133–4; Helena, 134; Lady Henrietta, 134; Hen. J. (d. 1853), 119, 126, 128, 133; Jn. (d. 1775), 119, 120, 122, 123, 124; Jn. (d. 1818), 119, 121, 122, 124; Julia, m. Anthony J. Ashley, 119; Matilda, 134; fam., 127

Cook, Chas., 137, 176; Isabel, see Stansfield; Capt. Jas., explorer, 189; Jn. (fl. 1544), 145; Jn. (fl. 1551), 214; Ric., 214

Cooke, Sir Geo., Bt., 193 n; Geo. (fl. 1648), 228

Cooper, Sid., 104

Co-operative Societies, 60–61

Coopersale, in Theydon Garnon, 131

Coote, Eliz., 214; Sir Nich., 214, 279

Copland, Hen., 235

Copped Hall, in Epping and Waltham Holy Cross, 114, 116, 118–28, 130, 134, 153–4, 160, 167

Corbett, A. Cameron (later Ld. Rowallan), 188, 189, 201, 210, 249, 251, 256, 260

Corbridge, Wm., 245

Cork, earls of, see Boyle

Cornell, E., 297

Corney, Geo., 231

Cornwallis, Sir Thos., 122

Corsellis, Hester, m. Sir Thos. Cambell, 196; Lucas, 196

Cory, Wm. & Son, coal merchants, 11

Coteel, Thos., 159

Cottis, Wm., 137; Wm. & Sons, 128–9

County of London Electric Supply Co., 47, 75, 132, 243, 293

Couper, Jn., 160

Courtenay, Gertrude, see Mountjoy; Hen., Marq. of Exeter, 160; Pet., Master of St. Anthony's, later Bp. of Exeter, and Bp. of Winchester, 279

Cowper, Rob. and Agnes his w., 214; Thos., 274, 275

Coxwell, Hen., 125; Marg., see Dawson

Cranbrook, Geof., s. of Sim. of, 197; Jn., s. of Geof. of, and Agnes his w., 197; fam., 197

Cranbrook, in Ilford, 185, 189, 191–2, 197–9, 205–7, 209, 211–15, 227, 257

Cranbrook, riv., 185, 197, 254

Cranfield, Lionel, Earl of Middlesex, 118, 122, 123

Cranmer, Thos., Abp. of Canterbury, 155

Crawshay, Mrs., 144

Creek, Wm., and his w. Joan, 195

Creekmouth, in Barking, ch. 227, 244; power stn., 243; sch., 246–8

Creswell, Eliz., see Barnsley; Thos., 105

Cricklewood (Mdx.), 254–5

Cromwell, Sir Hen., 194 n; Joan, see Warren; Oliver, Ld. Protector, 291; Oliver (uncle of the Protector), 194; Thos., 118, 142, 159

Crouch, Rob., 195

Crouch, riv., oysters, 239

Crouche, Thos. atte, 274

Crow, Edw., 242

Crowe, J. J., 259

Cruis, Otuel de, 156

Cubitt, Jas., 232

Cuff, Jas., 224; Jos., 280

Cumpaigne, see Campion

Curiol, Thos., 153

Curteis, Augustine, 276

Cutts, J. E. K., and J. P., 258

Dagenham, Gil. of (fl. 1208), 272; Gil. of (fl. 1233), 272; Godf. of, 274; Hen. of, 272; Jn. of, 272; Marg. of, 272; Maud of, 272; Pet. of, 274; Ric. of, 274; Thos. of, 272; Wm. of, 272

Dagenham (Deccanham), 2, 32, 52, 75, 81 n, 181, 185, 190, 199, 203, 208, 210, 212–13, 219, 240, 242, 255, 267–302; adv., 295; agric., 215–17, 270, 272, 281–3; Alberds, 274, 278; Ashbrooks (formerly Sparks), 270, 283; Attegroves, 278; Bell Ho., 270; Bentry Heath Ho., 270; Blackbush fm., 294; bridges, 268; Brokmans, 278; cemeteries, 293; chant., 295; chars., 269, 300–2; chs., 225 n, 258–9, 276, 294–7; commons, 269, 281–2, 290; Cross Keys Inn, 269; Dagenham Breach, 12, 267, 276, 282, 284, 285–9; dock, 12, 273, 283–4; drainage, 77, 293; econ. hist., 281–5; Edolph's, 280; elec., 75, 293; ents., 88; floods, 282, 285; Foxburrows fm., 290; Furze Ho., 290; gas, 45, 293; George Ho., 269; Girl Pipers, 272; growth, 267–72; Havering Stone, 289; Heath Park housing estate, 272, 294; Highams Wall, 285; Hooks, 270; hosps., 294; housing, 66, 67, 82–84, 251, 270, 272, 294; incomes, 87; inds., 67, 68, 267, 270, 283–4; inf. mort., 84; Jews, 299; Jordans, 274; Kingsley Hall, 272; level, 33, 276, 285–6, 288–9; libraries, 280, 294; loc. govt., 80, 270, 292–3; Lowland fm., 290; mans., 192, 267–8, 270, 272–81; mkt. gdns., 282, 295; Marks Stone, 289; marshes, 239, 282, 285; Merrielands (formerly America fm.), 273; mills, 269, 283; Motts, 282; Newmans, 274, 278; noncf., 89, 269, 297–9; occs., 68–70, 86; Padnalls, 270; Paulatim Lodge, 270; parks, 270, 293–4; Perymans, 279; Pettits, 270, 272; Pigtails, 290; police, 34; pop., 3, 64, 65, 92, 267; postal svces., 269; Pound Ho., 273; pub. hos., 85; pub. svces., 293–4; Purlevants, 272, 273; rlys., 269, 281; Raydons Ho., 270; rect., 272–3, 294–5; roads, 268; Rom. Cathm., 297; Rose Lane fm. (Rouses Hall), 270; schs., 85, 86, 296, 299–301; Sheepcotes, 270; shops, 85; sport, 88; Stockdales, 283, 285; Stoneford Cottage, 270; Surmans, 282; top., 267–8; Triptons, 295; vic., 269, 294–5; Warren fm. (Burleys), 276–7, 280, 290; Warren Stone, 289; water, 39, 40, 293; Whalebone fm., 291; Whalebone Ho., 268, 269 n, 270; Woodlands (formerly Scrimpshires), 270; W.E.A., 86; workhouse, 293, 302; Wrights, 293, 302; see also Beam, riv.; Becontree Heath; Becontree Housing Estate; Chadwell Heath; Cockermouth; East Hall; Ford Motor Co.; Frizlands; Gallance; Hainault, crown estate; Hainault Forest; Hainault Housing Estate; Marks; Marks Gate; Parsloes; Valence; Wangey; Wangey House

Dagenham Dock Co., 280, 284

Dagenhams (Dagenham, Dagenham Place, Jenkins), in Barking, 185, 189, 191–2, 199, 200, 203, 207, 213, 215–17, 223–4, 228, 231, 234, 238, 272, 274, 277, 279

Dagge, Jn., 201; Mary, m. — Cherriton, 201

Daldy & Co., coal merchants, 254

Daloun, Jn., 158

Dalton, Dorothy, 204

Dande, Alice, m. Thos. Lacheford, 161; Joan, see Standish; Jn., 161

Dane, Rob., 179

Danes, 165

Dangerfield, Jn., 274

Darby, Mary, see Wriothesley; Sir Wm., 122

Darcy, Sir Geo., 294; Jn., 273, 294; Thos. (d. 1558), Ld. Darcy of Chich, 101, 102; Sir Thos. (d. 1693), 273, 294

Dare, Eliz., m. Rob. Westley Hall (later Hall-Dare), 198, 206; Eliz. Grafton (d. 1823), 198, 214; Jn. Hopkins, 198, 280; Jn. M. (formerly Grafton), 198; fam., 198 n; see also Hall-Dare

Dartford (Kent), 222

Daubeny, Revd. Chas., Adcn. of Salisbury, 127; Eliz., see Branston; Revd. Geo. W., 127

D'Aubigny, Adeliza, see Adeliza; Wm., later Earl of Arundel, 156

Davey, Wm., 242

Davies, Anne, 245; Drusilla, 232; Jn., 175

Davies, Eliz., m. Hen. Gibbs, 198; Eliz. w. of Jn., 257; Hen., 198, 209; J. Teesdale, 131; Jn., 198, 257; Jn. Coope, 198; Marg., m. (1) — Abbott, (2) Thos. Young, (3) Sir Wm. Boreman, 198; Ric., 198

Davy, Wm., 279

Dawe, Rob., 218 n

Dawes, Ric., wife of, 248

Dawney, Day & Co., bankers, 75

Dawson, Marg., m. (2) (?) Hen. Coxwell, 125; Wm., 125

Day, Dan., 189, 218; Joan, m. Sir Jn. Jenoure, 127; Ric., 127

Dean, Edw., 133, 135, 138, 139

Dean (Beds.), 193

Deccanham, see Dagenham

Deeping Fen (Lincs.), Adventurers of, 288

Defoe, Dan., writer, 240

Denham, Margery, m. (1) Ric. Breame, (2) Wm. Abbot, 201, 204, 213, 213 n; Sir Wm., 201, 204, 210, 213, 224

Denman, Thos., Ld. Denman, ld. chief justice, 272

Denmark, 240, 254

Denne, H. R., 254

Denny, Anne, m. Geo. Goring, 157; Sir Ant., 142, 147, 157–61, 163, 174; Sir Edw. (d. 1600), 158, 166, 174; Edw. (d. 1637), later Ld. Denny of Waltham, and Earl of Norwich, 107, 140, 157, 159, 170, 171; Eliz., see Grey; Hen., 157, 158, 165; Joan, w. of Sir Ant., 157, 158, 165–6; Marg. w. of Sir Edw., 174; Rob., 157; fam., 144, 158, 163, 170

Dent, Hen., 136; Jos., 235; Wm., 105

Denton, Bailey, 43

Deu, Jn., 207; Rose, m. Jn. Malmaynes, 207

Devereux, Rob. (d. 1601), Earl of Essex, 277

Devon, see Brixham; Fremington; Poltimore

Dewey, Geo., 281

Digby, Ben., 103

District (underground) Rly., 26, 71, 188–9

Dixon, F. W., 262

Dobson, Jane, 179

Dockland Settlement No. 1, in Canning Town, West Ham, 88

Docks, 10–12, 15–17, 20, 22, 24, 29, 47–48, 52–53, 58, 68–69, 74, 90, 181, 186, 280, 283–4; see also Royal Docks

Dodd, Rog., Vicar of Epping, later Bp. of Meath, 133

Dogger Bank, 240

Dogmersfield (Hants.), 276

Doreward, Anne, see Urswick; Jn., 276

Dorset, earls of, see Sackville

Dover, Fulbert of, 101 n; Rose of, m. (1) Ric. of Chilham (Fitz Roy), (2) Wm. de Wilton, 101; fam., 100

Downing, Dorothy, 161; Edw., 161; Eliz., 161; Eliz., see Kempe; Judith, m. Edw. Alford, 161

Downshall, in Ilford, 191–2, 200, 201, 206, 208, 212, 215

Dowson, Thos., 196

Drake, fam., 283

Dudley, Jn., Earl of Warwick, 158; Rob., Earl of Leicester, 197, 210, 224

Duk, Jn., Vicar of Great Burstead, 209

Dun, Alice, nun of Barking, 200 n; Geof., 217; Mart., 200; Wm., 200, 217; fam., 200, 217 n

Dunmow, (?) Great, 179

Dunn, E. T., 258

Dunthorn, Wm., 161

Dupray, Miss, 248

Durham, 82

Durham, bps. of, 118, 161, 171; see also Flambard; Henson; Langley; St. Calais; Walcher

Durham Cathedral, 171; priory of, 118, 156

Dyke, Jeremy, Vicar of Epping, 118, 133–4, 136, 148

Dyne, Gillian de, 278; Hugh de, 278; Rob. de, 278

Dyson, Chas., Vicar of Nazeing, 148

Dyve, Rob. de, 278

East Hall, Jn. of, 272, 274; Maud w. of Jn. of, 272

East Hall, in Dagenham, 199, 274, 278–80

East India Company, 216

East London Waterworks Co., 37–40, 76, 100, 106–7, 113, 167, 170, 243, 256

Eastbury, in Barking, 191, 201–2, 204, 213, 219, 224, 227, 238, 242, 280 n

Easter, Good, 275

Eastern Counties Rly., 12, 23–25, 27 n, 117, 188, 210, 269, 281

Eastern Electricity Bd., 76, 100, 141, 293

Eastern Gas Bd., 75 n, 132

Eastland, Ric., 211; fam., 211

Easton, Edw., 132

Eastwood, & Co., Ltd., lime merchants, 254

Eaton, Pet., 196; fam., 196

Ecclesiastical (later Church) Commissioners, 279–80

Edgeworth, Edw., 224

Edlesborough (Bucks.), 204

Edmonds, Ant., 206, 207; Jas., 201; Reg., 242; — (fl. 1776), 201

Edmondson, Jn., 176, 179

Edmonton (Mdx.), drainage, 44, 76, 77; ind., 68, 255; man., 94, 103; rly., 25, 100

Edmonton Poor Law Union (Mdx. and Essex), 169

Edmund the Chamberlain, 199; Maud dau. of, m. Rob. Fitz Hugh, 199

Edward the Confessor, St. and King, 103, 141, 155

Edward I, 153, 289

Edward II, 272

Edward III, 209, 275

Edward IV, 230, 279

Edward VI, 118, 122, 224

Edward, Prince of Wales (the Black Prince), 204

Edward, Rob. and his w. Cecily, 214

Edwards,—, 201

Effington (Suss.), 161

Egg, Revd. E. T., 112, 261

Eleanor of Aquitaine, queen of Henry II, 156

Eliot, Jn. (the 'Indian Apostle'), 141

Elizabeth I, 118, 123, 194, 206, 218, 290–1, 294

Elizabeth, queen of Edward IV, 276

Ellis, Revd. J. W., 112

Elstree (Herts.), ind., 254

Elton, Dr. Thos., 274

Ely (Cambs.), abbey of, 182

Emelingbury (Emelyn), in Ilford, 191, 192, 203, 204, 224

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, masters of, see Holbeach

Empire Electric Light & Power Co., 75

Enfield (Mdx.), 43, 166; drainage, 76; noncf., 175; rly., 71

Epping, 2, 93, 94, 114–40, 141, 142, 144, 155–7, 161; adv., 132–3; agric., 127–8; Bell (formerly Beacon) Common, 116–17, 129–30; Beulah Lodge, 118; Chapel Hall, 135; chars., 133, 138–40; chs., 114, 116, 125, 132–6, 139, 148, 170, 229; coach svces., 114, 117, 128; Cobbin's Bridge, 127; Cobbin's Brook, 114; econ. hist., 127–9; Egg Hall, 118; Eppingbury and Priestbury, 95, 116, 118–19, 122, 124–7, 129–31; Epping Green, 114, 116, 118, 133, 137–8; Epping Heath (later Epping Street), 114, 116, 124–5, 129, 135, 139; Epping Long Green, 121, 130; Epping Place, 117, 119–20, 124; Epping Upland, 114, 116–17, 128, 130–5, 137–9; fairs, 129; Forest Lodge, 118; Gibbons Bush Green (Common), 116, 130; Gibbons Bush fm., 139; Hill Crest, 118; hosps., 132, 140; housing, 117; Hunters Hall, 116; inds., 128; inns, 117, 119, 129, 134; Kendal Lodge, 117; Literary Institute, 132, 137; mans., 116, 117, 118–27; mkt., 128–9; mills, 118, 129; motor-bus, 29; noncf., 117, 136–7; Old Goose Yard, 129; par. govt. and poor rel., 130–2; Parvills, 116, 120; Pelham Cottages, 140; Pinchtimber, 116; Poeresland, 122; pop., 3, 64, 116–17; postal svces., 118; pub. svces., 132; rly., 24, 72, 114, 117, 128; rect., 132–3; Rivetts, 116; roads, 32n, 116–17; Rom. Cathm., 136; Royces (Rose fm.), 116; Rye Hill, 94, 114, 125–6, 128, 130, 131n; schs., 117, 136–8; Severs Green, 130; Theydon Grove, 136, 137; Thornwood, 130; top., 114–16; Walton, 133; wards, 3; Winchelsea Ho., 117, 119; Wintry Park, 118, 130; Wood Ho., 124; workhouse, 131; see also Ambresbury Banks; Campions; Chambers; Copped Hall; Gills; Hayleys; Madells; Shingle Hall; Takeleys

Epping Forest, 51–52, 62, 93, 97, 107–8, 114, 128–30, 151, 155, 167– 168, 181, 290; charcoal-burning, 168; 'Cockney Hunt', 128; Connaught Water, 97; Epping Plain, 114, 128, 138; Great Forest (Wintry Wood), 114, 118, 130; Little Forest, 114, 130; hunt, 128; 'purlieu bank', 114, 116, 130; roads, 116–17; tramway, 28; 'walks', 130; see also Waltham, forest of

Epping Forest Museum, 108; see also Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge, Chingford

Epping Gas Co., 132

Epping Poor Law Union, 109, 131–2, 147; see also Epping Sanitary Authority

Epping Provident Society, 139

Epping and Ongar Highway Trust, 99, 116–17, 138

Epping Rural Sanitary Authority, 100, 132; see also Epping Poor Law Union

Erkenwald, St., Bp. of Lond., 185, 190

Ernst, Eliz., see Martin; G., 205

Essex, adcn. of, 225, 248

Essex, earls of, see Bourchier; Devereux; Mandeville

Essex, kings of, see Œthelraed; Sebbi; Swidfrid

Essex County Council, 35, 36, 52, 78, 81, 86, 104, 113, 143, 189, 207, 222, 242, 270, 278, 290, 299, 301

Essex, forest of, 107–8, 114, 128–30, 144, 167–8, 289–91; see also Epping Forest; Hainault Forest

Essex Hounds, 128

Essex, Metropolitan, since 1850, 1–92

Essex Rivers Catchment Bd. (later River Bd.), 78, 79, 239, 285

Ethelburga, St., Abbess of Barking, 218, 222, 223, 225

Eton (Heton), Eliz., m. Thos. Hales, 276; Joan, 276; Ric., 276; Wm., 276

Eton College (Bucks.), 279

Evans, Geo. (fl. 1768), 273; Geo. (fl. 1796), 232; fam., 273

Everard, Alan, 274, 278

Eversfield, Sir Thos., and his w. Jane, 161

Ewen, Thos., 210

Exeter, bps. of, see Cary; Courtenay; Hall, Jos.

Exeter, marqs. of, see Courtenay

Fairmead Park, in Chingford, 97, 104, 107, 108, 167, 167 n

Fairs, 129, 165, 218

Fanshawe, Dorothea, see Kingsmill; Evelyn Jn., 278; Hen. (d. 1568), 195, 200, 203, 228, 279; Sir Hen. (d. 1616), 200 n, 213; Joan (d. 1622), 200; Jn. (fl. 1649), 277, 278, 295; Revd. Jn. (d. 1843), 278; Jn. G., 209, 280, 297; Mary, m. Sir Thos. Cambell, 196; Mildred, m. Phineas Andrews, 277; Ric., 228; Susanna, m. Baptist Noel, 192; Susanna, m. Tim. Lucy, 279; Thos. (d. 1601), 195, 200, 213, 228; Sir Thos. (d. 1631), 192, 200, 200 n, 217, 289; Sir Thos. (d. 1652), 192, 208; Sir Thos. (d. 1705), 187, 192, 217, 230, 230 n, 234; Thos. (d. 1758), 192; Thos. (d. 1665), Vct. Fanshawe, 196, 213; Revd. Thos. L., Vicar of Dagenham, 278, 280, 292, 294–5, 297, 300; Wm., 277–8; fam., 189, 208, 228, 272, 277–8, 294–5, 300

Farmer, Revd. Jn., 294

Faubert, Geo., 177, 179

Fellowes (later Benyon), Ric., 208

Felton, Sybil de, Abbess of Barking, 225

Fenchurch Street stn. (Lond.), 24, 25, 71, 72

Fettiplace, Edw., 161

Field, Emily, 140

Fields, common, 106, 108, 144–5, 163, 215, 217, 281

Fiennes, Edw., Ld. Clinton and Saye, Ld. High Admiral, 212

Finch, Eliz., see Heneage; Geo. (fl. 1702), 211; Geo. (fl. 1726), 127; Kath. (later Lady Wentworth), 134, 138–9; Leopold, Warden of All Souls, Vicar of Barking, 225; Sir Moyle, 119, 122, 134, 139; Thos., Earl of Winchilsea, 119; Wm., 211; fam., 212

Finchingfield, 126, 199; see also Northtofts

Firman fam., 217

Firstling (Fristling), Alice de, m. Guy Upwyk, 274; Bart. de, 274; Godf. de (fl. 1279), and his w. Alice, 274; Godf. (fl. 1307), s. of Phil., 274; Joan, m. (2) Wm. de Liston, 274; Phil. (d. by 1349), s. of Godf., 274; fam., 274

Fisher, W. R., 167

Fitz Adam (Clerk), Jn., 156

Fitz Alexander, Chris., 200

Fitz Aucher, Ellen, 122; Hen., 122, 160; Ric., 122, 123, 126, 156, 159, 160; Turstin, 156; fam., 143–4, 160, 167; see also Aucher; Fitz Henry

Fitz Christopher, Alice, 200; Jn., 200; Nichola, 200; Sarah, 200

Fitz Fulk, Agnes, m. (2) Rob. le Bret, 203; Ric., 203

Fitzgerald, Edw., 143; Mary, 143

Fitz Henry, Aucher, 122, 167; see also Fitz Aucher

Fitz Hugh, Maud, see Chamberlain; Rob., 199

Fitz Ralph, Solomon, 207

Fitz Robert, Hugh, 199, 200

Fitz Roy, Ric., see Chilham

Fitz Solomon, Ralph, 207

Fitz Stephen, Jas. and his w. Isabel, 272; Ralph, 199, 200

Fitz Viel, Phil., 122, 159; see also Viel

Fitz Walter, Rob. (d. 1235) and his w. Gunnore, 207; Rob. (d. 1326), 142, 144; fam., 142

Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm., 126

Flambard, Ranulf, Bp. of Durham, 156

Fleet, Miss, 261

Fleetsmouth, see Beam

Fletcher, Revd. Jos., 260

Floods, 33–34, 78–79, 183–4, 215, 223, 238–9, 282, 285–9

Flower, Lamorock, 43; Ric., 210

Flowers, Geo., 298

Floyer, Pet., 165

Foche, Frances, m. (2) Col. Martin Bladen, 193, 230, 231; Jn., 193

Fogg, Jas., 130

Fontibus, Master Adam de, 200

Ford, Jas., 150; Wm. 300, 302

Ford Motor Co., 68, 75, 181, 267, 284–5

Forest, Wm., 231

Forest Gate, in West Ham, ind., 18; rly., 23, 25, 269; shops, 55

Forest School, in Walthamstow, 57

Forge, —, smack owner, 240

Forrest, G. Topham, 270

Fort St. George (Madras, India), 208

Fortey, Adam at, 127

Foster, Abr., 125; Chas., 128; Isaac, 125; Mary, m. Lewis Scawen, 125; Sarah, m. Ric. Merry, 125

Fowke, Jn. (d. 1662), Ld. Mayor of Lond., 194; Jn. (d. 1691), 194, 232, 248

Fox, Geo., Quaker, 175, 232

Foxe, Jn., martyrologist, 155; Sam., 154

Frampton, Sir Geo., R.A., 254

France, 254, 275; wars with, 147, 164, 220, 241, 293; see also Caen; Calais; Normandy; St. Marcellin

Fraser, W. J., & Co., 285

Freeman, Dr. Ralph, Fellow of All Souls, 225

Freeman & Ogilvy, architects, 175

Fremington (Devon), 280

Fresshe, Gillian, see Langridge; Jn., 143, 167

Friday, Jn., 102; Thos., 102

Friday Hill, in Chingford, house, 97, 99, 100, 102, 110–11; L.C.C. housing estate, 83, 84, 99

Friends, Society of (Quakers), 136–8, 174–5, 231–3, 245, 297

Fristling, see Firstling

Fristling, in Margaretting, 274

Frizlands (Frislings), in Dagenham, 274–5, 278–9

Fry, Eliz., prison reformer, 232, 272, 289, 297; Jos., 289

Fulk (Fuk'), Joan, m. Geof. Smith, 203; Jn., 203; Rob., 203; Thos., 203; fam., 203

Fulks, in Barking, 191–2, 203–4, 214– 215, 238

Fuller, And. (fl. 1563), 273; And. (fl. 1601), 200, 201; Barbara, m. Hen. Osbaldeston, 206; Fran., 201, 206, 211, 212, 228; Marg., 201; Mary, see Jeffrey; Nich., 209; Rob., Abbot of Waltham, 161, 163, 174; Thos. (fl. 1488), 276; Thos. (fl. 1540), 213; Thos., writer, curate of Waltham Holy Cross, 155, 171; Thos. G. (fl. 1836), 281; fam., 206 n, 207

Fynderne, Jn. de, 195; Wm. de, 195

Fyson, E. R., 263

Fyvyan, David, 274, 279

Gain, Geo., 112

Galant, Jn., and his w. Christine, 275

Gallance (Potters Farm), in Dagenham, 275, 278–80, 292

Gallions Reach, in North Woolwich, 10; rly., 24, 25, 73

Gamlingay (Cambs.), 142 n

Gant, Wal. de, Abbot of Waltham, 172

Gaols, see Prisons

Gas Light and Coke Co., 15, 45, 46, 75, 242, 256, 293

Gascoyne, Bamber (d. 1791), 194, 213–14, 227, 229, 289; Bamber (fl. 1816), 194; Sir Crisp, 187, 194, 194 n, 213, 228; Frances, m. Jas. Cecil, Marq. of Salisbury, 194; fam., 228, 249

Gascoyne-Cecil, see Cecil

Gaunt, fam., see Graunt

Gaynes Park, in Theydon Garnon, 126, 131

Gaysham, Rog. de, 204

Gayshams, in Ilford, 191–2, 201, 203– 205, 208, 214, 219, 224, 258

Gem Dry Plate Co. Ltd., 254

Geoffrey, Prior of Waltham, 95

George III, 216

Germany, 240

Gernon, Rob., 100, 105

Gibbard, Mark, 229, 249, 254

Gibbs, Eliz., see Davis; Hen., 198

Gibson, Jesse (?), 195; Jn., 162; Mary, see Greene

Gidleigh, Jn., 231

Gidney, Marg., 180

Gilderson, Rob., 262, 262 n

Gildesburgh, Rog. de, 199

Gille (Gyle), Jn., 124; Wm., 124; fam., 124

Gilligan, Jas., 245

Gillingham, G. T., 245

Gills, in Epping, 116–19, 121, 124–5, 134

Gingell, Jn., 137

Girl Guides, 88

Girling, Wm., 76

Girling Reservoir, in Chingford, 76, 97, 100, 106

Given-Wilson, Revd. T., 60

Glenny, Edw. (fl. 1851), 246; Edw. H. (d. c. 1926), 246; Fran., 298, 300; Wm. (d. 1850), 194; Wm. W. (d. 1933), 216; fam., 189

Gloucestershire, see Bourton-on-the-Hill; Lippiat Park

Gobions (Uphavering), in Havering Liberty, 230, 276, 282, 290

Godmanchester (Hunts.), 194

Godwin, Earl, 141, 155

Goeing, Phil., 161

Gold, Geo., 231

Goldsmith, Andrew the, 104

Goodere, Hester, 194; Jn. I (d. c. 1696), 194; Jn. II (fl. 1697), 194; Jn. III (fl. 1767), 194

Gooderick, Hen., 192

Goodfellow, Chas., 288

Goodmayes, in Ilford, ch., 257–8; noncf., 260–3; parks, 52; sch., 265–6

Gooshays, in Havering, 232

Gore, Chas., 192; Ellen, see Humphreys; Mary, see Humphreys; Thos., 192

Goresbrook, riv., 267

Gorfen, Wal., 160

Goring, Anne, see Denny; Chas., Earl of Norwich, 157; Geo., 157

Gorleston (Norf.), 240

Goscelin the Lorimer, 190

Gower, Eliz., m. Reynold Pympe, 104; Sir Jn., 104; Ric., 104

Gowers and Buckerells (Pimps), in Chingford, 99, 102, 104–8, 111

Grafton, Jn. M., see Dare

Graunt (Gaunt), Adam le, 121; Jn. le, 121; fam., 121

Graves, Ann, 210; Hen., 210; Jas., 209–10

Gray, Esther, 280; Hen. (fl. 1825), 280; Hen. (fl. 1855), 280

Great Eastern Rly., 12, 15, 24–27, 71, 188; works, 60

Greater London Council, 81 n

Greater London Regional Planning Committee, 81

Green, Fran., 169, 178, 179; Jn. (fl. 1553), 126; Jn. (d. 1624), 126; Jn. (fl. 1671), 126; Ric., 126

Greene, Mary, 162; Mary, m. Jn. Gibson, 162

Greenland, 240

Greenwich (Kent, later Lond.), 36, 222, 289; man., 187

Gregyll, Jn., Vicar of Barking, 225

Gresham, Sir Jn., 229; Sir Ric., 200, 208; fam., 229

Greville, Sir Edw., 158; Eliz., see Grey

Grey, Cath., m. Sir Chas. North, later Ld. North, 119; Eliz., m. (1) Hen. Denny, (2) Sir Edw. Greville, 158, 174; Ford, Ld. Grey, later Earl of Tankerville, 119; Laur., 208; Ralph, Ld. Grey (d. 1675), 119; Ralph, Ld. Grey (d. 1706), 119; Wm. (fl. 1543), and his w. Agnes, 214; Wm., Ld. Grey (d. 1674), 119, 130, 136

Griggs, H. P., 134; Sir Pet., 189, 251; Wm. P., 198

Grinstead, East (Suss.), 119

Grub, Rob., 179

Guadagni, Marchese, 159

Guildford (Surr.), 204

Guilds, 171, 174

Guise, Ric., 192; fam., 192

Gunary, fam., 273

Gundrey, Thos. I (fl. 1631), II, III, IV (fl. 1729), 105

Gyle, fam., see Gille

Gymells, Eliz., see Billesdon; Thos., 125

Haberdashers Company (Lond.), 180

Hacche, Jas., see Hatch

Hackney (Mdx., later Lond.), 19, 28, 286; Rams Chapel, 297

Haddon, Dan., 110

Hadley, Geo., 294

Hagger, Jn., 136

Hainault, in Dagenham and Ilford, crown estate, 191–2, 205, 290

Hainault Forest, 52, 181, 185–6, 192, 205, 207, 214–19, 238, 249, 267–8, 270, 275, 282–3, 289–92, 294; boundaries, 289; chap., 230, 292, 296 n; char., 234–5, 290, 301–2; lodge, 292; roads, 290; 'walks', 290–1; ld. warden, 292

Hainault Housing Estate, in Chigwell, Dagenham and Ilford, 66, 72, 251, 272; agric., 217, 252; ind., 255, 285; noncf., 261, 299; Rom. Cathm., 297; schs., 266, 299, 300, 301

Hale, Ric., 194; Wm., 194

Hales, Edw., 124; Eliz., see Eton; Marcellin, 124–5; Revd. Step., 147; Thos., 276

Halfhide, Jn., 177, 179

Hall, Jos., Curate of Waltham Holy Cross, later Bp. of Exeter, later Bp. of Norwich, 171, 178, 179; Marg., 234; Ric., Vicar of Barking, 225; Rob., 198, 206; Rob. W., see Hall-Dare; fam., 158

Hall-Dare, Eliz., see Dare; Capt. Fran. M., 206; Hen., 198; Rob. W. (formerly Hall), 189, 198, 206, 214, 257; fam., 206 n; see also Dare

Halleward, Gervase le, and his w. Maud, 277

Halley, Mrs., 298

Halmer, Agnes, 121; Hen., 121; Jn., 121; Thos., 121

Halywellbrooke, see Loxford Water

Ham (East and West), Domesday man., 181

Ham, East, 4, 5, 22, 30, 33, 35, 36, 81, 181–3, 201, 210, 242; boundaries, 184; ch., 59; clubs, 88, 89; drainage, 41–44, 78; elec., 46, 47; ents., 88; gas, 45; horse-bus, 28; housing, 48–50, 65–67, 82–84; incomes, 87; ind., 14, 17, 68; inf. mort., 84; Jews, 59; level, 33, 78; loc. govt., 79, 80; marsh, 15, 184; motor bus, 29; noncf., 59; occs., 53, 68, 70; parks, 51–52; police, 34; pop., 3, 6–8, 11, 18–21, 55, 64, 65, 91; pub. hos., 58, 85; rlys., 14, 26, 71; roads, 29; Rom. Cathm., 59; schs., 55–57; shops, 54, 55, 85; sport, 63; trams, 27, 28, 73, 189; water, 39, 40; W.E.A., 86; see also Beckton; Manor Park; Newham; Royal Docks; Upton Park

Ham, West, 2, 4, 5, 12, 30, 31, 33, 35–37, 81, 181–3, 199, 210, 290; Abbey Mills, 14, 21, 24; chs., 59, 60, 209; civil def., 90, 91; clubs, 88, 89; co-op. movt., 60; drainage, 34, 35, 41, 42–44, 77, 78; elec., 46, 47; ents., 88; friendly socs., 60; gas, 44, 45, 46; hosps., 60, 254, 259, 294; housing, 10n, 11, 31, 48–51, 66, 67, 82–84; incomes, 87; inds., 13–18, 21, 23, 68; inf. mort., 84; Jews, 59; level, 33; library, 62; loc. govt., 36; motor-bus, 28; newspapers, 63; noncf., 59, 231; occs., 52, 53, 68–70, 86; parks, 51, 52; parl., 61; police, 34; pop., 3, 6–9, 11, 19, 20, 21, 55, 64, 65, 91; pub. hos., 58, 85; rlys., 12, 24; roads, 29, 32; Rom. Cathm., 59; schs., 55–57, 86; shops, 54, 55, 85; sport, 62, 63, 88; trade unions, 61; trams, 27, 28, 73; war damage, 91; wards, 3; water, 37, 40, 256; W.E.A., 86; see also Bonnell's School; Bow Creek; Canning Town; Forest Gate; Newham; Plaistow; Royal Docks; Silvertown; Stratford; Stratford Langthorne, abbey of; Tidal Basin; Upton Park

Ham, West, Poor Law Union, 6, 7, 32, 53

Hambly, C. H., 201; Wm., 120

Hamilton, Alex., 159; Ant., Adcn. of Colchester, 159; Charlotte, 159; Wm. (d. 1811), 159; Wm. R. (fl. 1827), 159

Hammersmith (Lond.), 26, 29, 71

Hammond, E. R., 232; Israel, 105; Jas., 105; Mrs. —, 105

Hampshire, see Dogmersfield; New Forest

Hampton (Mdx.), waterworks, 76

Hanchemstede, (?) Hampstede croft, in Ilford, 190

Hanchett, Jn., 161; Thos., 161

Hankey, Thomson, 273

Hardie, Keir, 61

Hardy, Sam., 231

Hare, Hugh, 204; Jn. (fl. 1598), 105; Jn. (fl. 1604), 204

Hargreaves, Jas., 175; Sir Wal., 143; Lady, 149

Harling, T., sculptor, 149

Harlow, 76, 230, 232; noncf., 149, 150; roads, 138; Searle's farm, 139

Harlow, hund., 93, 94, 114, 118, 142; court, 125, 126

Harlow and Waltham Presbyterian classis, 148

Harman, Alf. H., 254

Harold, Earl of East Anglia and Wessex, later King, 141, 151, 155, 156, 158, 170, 171, 173, 174

Harold Wood, in Hornchurch, 301

Harold's Park, in Waltham Holy Cross and Nazeing, 130, 142, 145, 154, 157, 158–9, 167

Haroudun, Joan, see Spark; Jn., 195

Harper, Geo., 121; Jn., Vicar of Epping, 133, 148; fam., 121

Harrington, Eliz., see Wight; Sir Jas., Bt., 204

Harris, Edw., 200

Harrison, Jn., 192

Hartwell, Mary, 114

Harvey, Eliab, 194; Eliz. (d. bef. 1633), 281; Eliz. (fl. 1780), m. Montagu Burgoyne, 194; Sir Jas. (d. 1583), Ld. Mayor of Lond., 280; Jas. (d. 1626), 280, 281; Jas. (fl. 1670), 281; Jn., 281; Jos., 143; Rob., 128; fam., 280; see also Hervey

Harvey-George, Harvey, 211

Harwich, 276; fishing ind., 240

Harwood, Frank D., 235

Haslewood, Fran., Rector of Chingford, 110

Hatch (Hacche), Jas. (fl. 1447), 187; Jas. (d. 1806), 194–6, 217

Hatfield (Herts.), 135

Hatton, Sir Chris. (d. 1619), 196; Sir Chris. (d. 1670) later Ld. Hatton, 198; Eliz., see Montagu

Havering-atte-Bower, liberty of, 175, 181–2, 275–6, 278, 289; man., 181, 190, 275–6, 289; park, 238; see also Aldwynes; Gobions; Gooshays; Hornchurch; Marks; Romford

Havering levels, 33, 40, 41, 43, 78, 239, 285–6, 289

Havering, London Borough of, 81

Hawkings, Jas., 232; Jn., sea-captain, 239

Hay, Jas., Earl of Carlisle, 107, 142, 145, 157, 158, 162, 173, 174; Marg., m. (2) Edw. Montagu, Earl of Manchester, 157, 158

Hayes, Jas., 235

Hayes (Mdx.), 137

Hayleys (Hayles), in Epping, 116, 118, 119, 125–6, 127, 130

Haylies, Ric., 136

Haynes, Jos., 208, 212; Sim., 208, 212

Hayward, Sir Rowland, Ld. Mayor of Lond., 277

Hazlewood, Capt. Jn., 288

Heath, Noah, 137

Heathcote, Chas. & Sons, 284; Jn., 102; J. H. B., 109; Louisa, 99, 100, 102, 111; Lydia, see Moyer; Rob. B., Rector of Chingford, 97, 100, 102, 103, 105, 107, 110, 113; Wm., 102; fam., 99, 102

Heavywaters, see Mayes Brook

Heigham, Ric. and his w. Mary, 143

Helion, Hen., 199; Jn., 199, 274

Hemingway, Eliz., 126

Hemmyngburgh, Jn., 195

Hemnalls, in Theydon Garnon, 126

Heneage, Anne, 118, 119, 122; Eliz., m. Sir Moyle Finch: later Vctss. Maidstone and Ctss. of Winchilsea, 119, 122; Mary, see Wriothesley; Sir Thos., 118, 119, 122–3, 131, 133

Henniker, Jn. (d. 1803), Ld. Henniker, 162; Jn. Minet (d. 1832), 162

Henry I, 118, 156, 291

Henry II, 118, 122–3, 142, 147, 151, 157, 159 n, 161, 170, 172, 217, 291

Henry III, 165, 289, 291

Henry VI, 230

Henry VIII, 99, 103, 108, 122, 123, 142, 154, 155, 157, 158, 192, 210, 224

Henshaw, Anne, see Bonham; Ben., 279; Nat., 279, 286

Henson, H. Hensley, Vicar of Barking, later Bp. of Hereford and of Durham, 226

Hereford, Pet., 107

Hereford, 161

Hereford, bps. of, see Henson; Vere

Herlawe, Hub. de, 121

Herris, Sir Art., 208

Hertford, 22, 37, 43, 167

Hertfordshire, 23, 77, 145, 153, 166; see also Barley; Broxbourne; Cheshunt; Elstree; Hatfield; Hertford; Hoddesdon; Ridge; Sawbridgeworth; Stanstead Abbots; Stevenage; Waltham Cross; Ware; Watford; Yardley

Herts. and Essex Aeroplane Club, 146

Herts. and Essex Waterworks Co., 132, 141

Hervey, Sir Gawen, 276; Sir Geo., 276, 291; Jas., 296; see also Harvey

Hervey alias Mildmay, Carew, 276; Fran., 276; see also Mildmay

Hester, Alice, see Wynch; Jn., 120; Wm. I (fl. 1655–?93), 120; Wm. II (d. 1748), 120; Wm. III (fl. 1748), 120; Wm. IV (fl. c. 1761), 120

Heton, fam., see Eton

Hewett, Alex., 240; Rob., 240, 284; Sam., 240, 284; Scrymgeour, 240– 241; —, see Whennell; & Sons, shipbuilders, 241; fam., 240

Heydock, Eliz., see Waldern; Jn., 143; Thos., 143

Heyle, Agnes de, see Maldon; Nich. de, 125; Ric. de, 125; Rob. s. of Ric. de, 125; Rob. s. of Wm. de, 125; Wm. de, 125

Hibbit, Jn. (later Jn. Wight), 205; Sarah, see Martin; Wm., 205

Hicks, Geo., 260

Higgs, Edith, see Vyner; Edith, m. — Lambert, 201; Eliz., m. — Tombs, 201

High Beech, in Waltham Holy Cross, 151, 155, 163, 168, 170–1, 175–8

Higham Bensted, in Walthamstow, 94, 101, 103, 181, 207

Higham Hill, in Walthamstow, 97; bus service, 73

Highlands, in Ilford, 191–2, 198, 205–6, 211

Hildelitha, St., Abbess of Barking, 222

Hile, riv., see Roding

Hill, Oliver, 252

Hills, Arnold, 26

Hobart, Eliz., 227

Hobbs, Jas. W., 206, 251

Hockelee (Hokele), Jn. de (fl. 1363), 204; Jn. de (fl. 1380) and his w. Marg., 160

Hockley, 160; ch., 238

Hoddesdon (Herts.), 141, 180; gas works, 141

Hodges, Ann, m. Sir Jn. L. Middleton, Bt., 193; Sir Nat., 193

Hodgson, Jane, 104; Ric., 97, 104, 107; Miss —, 104

Hokele, Jn. de, see Hockelee

Holbeach (Holbech), Maud de, 125; Thos. de, 125; Thos., Vicar of Epping, later Canon of St. Pauls, and Master of Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge, 133; Wm. de, 125

Holcombe, Chas. T., 170, 212, 235

Holden, Chas., 252; Sam., 288

Holiday ind., 22, 52, 107, 108, 128, 141, 168

Holland, 240, 241, 254; see also Low Countries

Holstock, Hen., 196; Wm., 196

Holyfield (Barwick), in Waltham Holy Cross, 151, 154, 157, 159, 167–8, 171, 175; Little Holyfield, 163

Homerton College (Mdx.), 231

Honeywood, Sir Thos., 294

Hood, Revd. David, 261; Tom, poet, 128

Hook, Jn., 160; Nich., 160; Ric., 160; fam., 159–60

Hooker, Thos., 133

Hooks and Pinnacles, in Waltham Holy Cross, 122, 143, 154, 157, 158, 159–60

Hope, Col. Wm., V.C., 272

Hopkin & Williams Ltd., 255

Hopkins, Jn., Vicar of Nazeing, 148

Hopper, Thos., 136

Hornchurch, 2, 81 n, 181, 274, 276, 293; drainage, 77; hosp., 294; marshes, 239; pop., 64, 92; see also Harold Wood; Havering-atteBower; Nelmes

Horne, Ric., 186

Horsham (Suss.), see Christ's Hospital

Horsley, Mary, m. Wm. Palmer, 149

Horton, —, Assistant Curate of Barking, 225

Houblon, Jn. Archer, 131; Susannah, 136; see also Archer

Hough, Sam., 198

Houghton, Ric., 143

Howard, Eliz., m. Jn. de Vere (d. 1462), Earl of Oxford, 100; Jas., 255; Sir Jn., 100; Marg., w. of Jn., 100; Mary, see Lomas; Pet., 209; Thos., Duke of Norfolk, 160

Howards of Ilford, mfg. chemists, 211, 252, 255

Howe, Nich., 272, 273, 295

Hoy, Jn. Barker, 159

Hubbard, Art., Curate of Nazeing, 148

Hubert, S. M., 136

Hudson, Jn. & Co., 284

Hughes, Eliz., 234

Hulse, Sir Chas., Bt., 207, 239, 273, 284, 289, 290; Sir Edw., Bt. (d. 1800), 192; Sir Edw., Bt. (d. 1816), 192, 200, 203, 212; Mary, see Lethieullier; fam., 192, 219 n

Humfrey (Humphrey), Jn., 212; Margery, 199; Thos., 199

Humphreys, Ellen, m. Chas. Gore, 192; Mary, m. (1) or (2) Wm. Ball Waring, (3) Thos. Gore, 192; Sir Orlando, Bt., 192, 228; Sir Wm., Bt., 192, 200, 208

Hunsdon, Jas., 201

Hunting, 108, 128, 167–8, 291–2

Hunting (Huntingdon), Thos., 295

Huntingdonshire, see Godmanchester

Huntsman, Aucher the, 121, 122, 156, 157, 159, 167; see also Fitz Aucher

Hutchings, Jn., 232

Hutton, Mrs. E. F., 261; Thos., 274

Hyde, Bernard (d. 1656), 211; Sir Bernard (fl. 1657), 211; Eliz., see Osbaldeston; Humph., 201; Jn., 201; Jn., s. of Jn., 201

Hyndman Trustees, 258

Ibbetson, Maj. G. E., 258, 259

Iceland, 240

Ilford, Great, 5, 30, 32, 33, 80, 81 n, 97, 184, 245, 249–67, 273, 277, 286, 290; adv., 257–9; agric., 215–17, 254; Barnardo's Homes, 252, 254, 265; Birkbeck housing estate, 251; boundaries, 184, 222, 242; bridges, 186–7; bus svces., 189; cemetery, 256; Chadwell Street, hamlet, 185; chars., 234; chs., 59, 228–31, 257–9; clubs, 190; coaching trade, 249; Cranbrook housing estate, 251; Downshall housing estate, 251; drainage, 43, 77, 221, 256; Dunsprings fm., 196; elec., 46, 47, 256; Fairfield housing estate, 211; Fairlop airport, 290; Fairlop oak and fair, 218–19; Forest fm., 290; Gants Hill, 251; gas, 46, 256; Great Gearies, 252; Grange housing estate, 188, 210, 251; growth, 249– 254; Heath, Little, hamlet, 185, 249, 252, 258–9, 265; Hedgemans fm., 196; hosp., 254, 257, 294; Hosp. of St. Mary and St. Thos., 194–5, 203, 213, 220, 224, 226, 228–30, 234, 249, 252, 259; housing, 49, 50, 66, 67, 82, 83, 84, 99, 189, 251, 270, 272; Ilford Lodge, 191–2, 198, 206, 212, 214, 251; incomes, 87; inds., 17, 68, 252, 254–5; inf. mort., 84; inns, 252; Jews, 59, 263–4; Lavender Mount, 252; Little Theatre, 190; loc. govt., 219–22, 255–6; Loxford housing estate, 251; Marks Gate housing estate, 251; Mayfield housing estate, 251; Mossford Green, 252; Mossford Lodge, 252; mills, 217; motor bus, 29; noncf., 59, 189, 230, 232–3, 245–6, 252, 257, 260–3, 298; occs., 53, 69, 70; Old Clock House, 252; Padnall hamlet, 185; parks, 52, 212, 256; pop., 6, 7, 9, 18–21, 55, 64, 65, 92, 185, 249, 251, 255; postal svces., 189; pub. svces., 255–7; pub. hos., 58, 85; rly., 23–25, 71, 72, 188–9, 249, 251–2, 269; roads, 29, 186; Rom. Cathm., 252, 259–60; schs., 55, 56, 57, 86, 210, 230, 248, 264–7, 299; shops, 54, 85, 252; sport, 62, 88, 190, 256; Tilekiln, 195; Tomswood fm., 195; top., 184–5, 249–54; Town Hall, 197; trade with London, 239; trams, 28, 73, 189; vic., 257; war damage, 91; wards, 185, 220, 249, 256–7, 260; water, 39, 40; wharf, 239; W.E.A., 86; see also Aldborough Hatch; Barking; Barking and Ilford; Barkingside; Becontree Housing Estate; Chadwell Heath; Claybury; Claybury Mental Hospital; Clayhall; Clements; Cranbrook; Downshall; Emelingbury; Gayshams; Goodmayes; Hainault, crown estate; Hainault Forest; Hainault Housing Estate; Highlands; Loxford; Marks Gate; Newbury; Newbury Park; Rayhouse; Roding, riv.; Seven Kings; Stonehall; Uphall; Valentines; Wangey; Wyfields

Ilford, Little, 5, 182, 184, 272; cemetery, 51; ch., 228, 230; gaol, 244; levels, 184; man., 190, 193, 204–5, 209, 211; police, 34; pop., 3, 8; sch., 55; shops, 54, 55; see also Aldersbrook; Manor Park

Ilford Gas Co., 45, 46, 256

Ilford Land Co., 31 n, 206

Ilford Ltd., photographic mfrs., 252, 254

Illingworth, Thos. & Co. Ltd., 254

Imperial Dry Plate Co. Ltd., 254

Imperial Gas Light & Coke Co., 14, 44

Inclosures, 51, 105, 107–8, 122–3, 128, 130, 144, 158, 163, 167, 186, 281, 290, 292, 294

India, 254; see also Fort St. George

Indies, West, see Barbados

Ingleby, Revd. Art., 229; Clement M., 212; Holcombe, 212; Sarah, 212, 257, 265

Ingram, David, 239; Wm., 196

Inns & Co., 143

Ipswich (Suff.), 124

Ireland, 277; Irish, 6

Jackson, Geo., 286; Herb., 242; J. R., 262; Joan, 144; Jn., 144; Revd. Jn., 262; Wm., 175

James I, 123, 291

James II, 225

Jeffrey, Alice, m. Edw. Shelton, 200, 201; Jn., 200; Mary, m. And. Fuller, 200, 201

Jenkins, see Dagenhams

Jenkyn, Ric., 199; Sim., 199

Jenoure, Joan, see Day; Sir Jn., 127; Sir Ric. Day, 127

Jessup, Ric., 227

Jews, 59, 246, 260, 263–4, 299

John the Clerk, see Fitz Adam

John the Potter, 107

John, Vicar of Barking, 204 n

Johnson, Jas., 209; Jn., Rector of Great Parndon, 145; Jn., County Surveyor, 214; Jn. Lomas, 209; Marg., see Lomas; Mary, m. Revd. Wasey Sterry, 201; Mary, m. Revd. Ben. McDowell, 209; Sam., 201; W. P., 290

Johnston, F. B., Vicar of Waltham Holy Cross, 170

Jones, Arabella, 177, 179; Inigo, 123; Jn., 217; Sir Sam., 157; Sam. (fl. 1616), 217; Wal., 214

Jones (formerly Wake), Chas. (d. 1740), 157–8, 165; Sir Chas., Bt. (d. 1755), 157; Sam., 157

Jory, Jos., 193; Ric., 231

Joye, Bart., 121

Joyner, Jos., 274, 275

Kalm, Pet., 218

Katharine of Aragon, marriage to Prince Arthur, 124

Kedington (Suff.), 277

Keeling, Jos., and his w. Alice, 213

Keen, Chas., 175

Keene, Lavinia, 244

Kekewich, Sam., Vicar of Rainham, 294

Kele, Jn., 201

Kelet, Alice, 275; Wm., 275

Kelsey Hales Wheel Co., 284

Kempe, C. E., 124; (? later Smith, then Downing), Eliz., 161

Ken, Thos., Bp. of Bath and Wells, 212

Kendall, S., 298; T., 298

Kenilworth (Warws.), 280

Kennard, Brassey & Peto, rly. contractors, 10

Kennington (Surr.), man., 204 n

Kenrick, Mat., 158

Kent, 6, 7, 243, 286; see also Canterbury; Chilham; Dartford; Greenwich; Knole; Otford; Penshurst; Sandwich; Stone; Woolwich; Woolwich, North

Kentish Town (St. Pancras, Mdx.), 122

Kighley, Edw. (fl. 1626), 192; Edw. (fl. 1672), 192, 230–1; Isabel, see Barnes; fam., 231

Kildale, Jn. de, 275

King George V Dock, in East Ham, West Ham, and North Woolwich, see Royal Docks

King George V Reservoir, in Chingford, 39, 97, 100, 106, 113, 151

King, Eliza, 114; Jn., Bp. of Lond., 196; Joshua, 222; J. T., 210; Ric., 127

Kingsmill, Dorothea, m., Jn. Fanshawe, 277; Sir Hugh, 277

Kinsman, Edm., 123

Knightley, Susan, 201; Wm. (fl. 1629), 201; Wm. (fl. 1649), 201

Knights Hospitallers, 101, 102, 145, 146

Knights Templars, 94, 95, 100, 101, 109,156

Knole (in Sevenoaks, Kent), 123

Knolles, Eliz., see Seman; Rob., 275, 276

Knyvett, Eliz., see Warren; Thos., 194

Kyrkeby, Eliz., 160; Joan, 160; Jn., 160