General index

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'General index', The Environs of London: volume 4: Counties of Herts, Essex & Kent (1796), pp. 725-736. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=45502 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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A.

Abbot , Archbishop of Canterbury, 588.

Accident , fatal, 377.
-, — at Blackfriars, 410.
-, — by gunpowder, 267. 642.
-, — of suffocation by wood ashes, 305.
-, — remarkable by a pistol shot, 299.

Acton , additions to the account of, 617.
-, — battle of, ibid.

Adams , Sir Richard, epitaph of, 349.

Aiton , William, account of, 590, 591.

Akerman , Richard, epitaph of, 470.

Aldborough-hatch , in Barking, 86. The chapel there, ibid.

Aldersbroke , manor of, 151.

Aleyne , family of, 46.

Alfgiva , abbess of Barking, 63, 64.

Allfarthing , manor of, 614.

Alphege , Archbishop, murdered at Greenwich, 427.

Andrew , Sir John, epitaph of, 496.

Angell , John, his projected college for decayed gentlemen, 597, 598.

Anguish , Thomas, epitaph of, 630.
-, — vicar of Deptford, 372.

Anne of Cleve, her procession from Blackheath to Greenwich palace, 491.

Ansley , Nicholas, epitaph of, 503.

Antiquities found at Barking, 58. 71.; at Valentines, 87.; at Leyton, 158, 159.; at Wansted, 231, 232.; at Westham, 249.; at Deptford, 387.; at Eltham, 395.; at Blackheath, 489, 490.; at Stanmore, 638.

Armory mills at Greenwich, 492.

Arnolds , at Southgate, 624, 625.

Assheton , William, rector of Beckenham, 300.

Atkins , John, (author of Travels, &c.) buried at Westham, 267.

Aylmer , family of, 480.
-, — Matthew Lord, account of, 479, 480.

B.

Balams , manor of, 612.

Bacon , Sir Nicholas, born at Chislehurst, 357.

Bagnigge wells, 638.

Bamber , Dr. epitaph of, 91.

Bankers , manor of, 500.
-, — Little, 502. 519.

Barking, account of the parish of, 55–110. Etymology, 55. Situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 55, 56. Hainault forest, 56. Market and fair, 57. Antiquities, 57, 58. The abbey, 58–72. Manors and principal seats, 73–88. Church notes, 88–94. Rectory and vicarage, 95–99. Proposed division of the parish, 98. Chantries, 99. Vicars, 99, 100. Meeting-houses, 100. State of population, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 101–104. School, and various benefactions, 104. Government of the poor, 105. Barking-creek, ibid. Hamlet of Great Ilford, 106–110.

Barking, additions to the account of, 646–649.

Barking , Abbey, account of its foundation, 58. Anecdotes of the founder, 58, 59. Its endowment and revenues, 59–62. Anecdotes of the abbesses, 62–65. The Abbey burnt by the Danes, 63. Rebuilt by King Edgar, ibid. Officers of the convent, 68, 69. Arms and seal, ibid. Surrender of the convent, 70. Account of its site, 70, 71. 647. Conduit belonging to the convent, 72.

Barking Town ward, 57. 100.

Barnes, additions to the account of, 577–579.

Barnet. See Chipping and East Barnet.

Barrington , Lord, born at Theobalds, 38.

Barringtons , manor of, 114.

Bastile-house at Greenwich, 463.

Baston , manor of, 494.

Batten , Sir William, account of, 223. 651.

Battersea, additions to the account of, 579, 580.

Baxter , Richard, at Totteridge, 42.

Beaufort , Daniel, rector of East Barnet, 18.

Beckenham, account of the parish of, 291–306. Etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 201. Manor and principal estates, 291–295. Church notes, 295–299. Rectory, 299. Rectors, 300. State of population, ibid Extracts from the parish register, 301–306. Almshouse, schools, &c. 306.

Becket , Mary à, abbess of Barking, 65.

Beddington, additions to the account of, 580.

Bedfords , manor of, 189.

Beehive in Barking, 88.

Benbow , John, anecdotes of, 368, 369, note.

Beringers , manor of, 84.

Berkeley , John Lord, account of, 643.
-, — Sir Robert, at East Barnet, 18.

Bermondsey, additional account of, 617.

Berry , Sir John, account of, 639.

Bertie , Duke of Ancaster, family of, 357.

Bethnal Green, addition to the account of, 618.

Bickley in Bromley, 311.

Biddulph , family of, 476.

Bifrons , in Barking, 88.

Billingham , manor of, 517. 659.

Blackheath , villas at, 462, 463. Account of, 489–492. Encampments on the heath, 490. Battle of Blackheath, ibid. Triumphal processions and ceremonial meetings there, 490, 491. Lord Dartmouth's seat, 516. Market and fairs, 536.
-, — School, account of, 529–532.

Boehm , Anthony William, account of, 657, 658. His epitaph, 658.

Bolton , Duchess of, (Lavinia Fenton,) buried at Greenwich, 481.

Boreham , manor of, 25.

Boreman , Dr. buried at Greenwich, 477.

Bosanquet , David, epitaph of, 276, 277.

Boscawen , General, buried at Barking, 103.

Boston , Bostall, or Borstall, manor of, 540.

Bowes , Sir Martin, his alms-houses at Woolwich, 566. 661.

Bowyer , William, account of, 179, 180. His epitaph, 169.

Bradley , Dr. Aftronomer Royal at Greenwich, 457, 458. Delay in publishing his observations, ibid. His residence at Wansted, 652.

Bredinghurst , manor of, 388.

Brentford, additions to the account of, 618, 619.
-, — battle of, ibid.

Brett , Sir Piercy, account of, 304, 305.

Bretts , manor of, 252.

Brewer , Samuel pastor of the independent meeting at Stepney, 640.

Brian , Lady Margaret, 165.

Brockley farm, 517.
-, —, manor of, 387.
-, —, monastery of, ibid.

Bromley, account of the parish of, 307–323. Etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 307. Market and fair, ibid. Manor, estates, and principal seats, 307–311. The palace, 309. Church notes, 311–316. Rectory and curacy, 317. Curates, ibid. Meeting-houses, 318. State of population, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 318–320. Charities, 323.

Bromley, addition to the account of, 653.

Bromley College, account of, 620–623.
-, — Hall, manor of, 619.

Bromley St. Leonard's, addition to the account of, 619.

Brooke-house at Hackney, 627, 628.

Browne , Moses, chaplain of Morden college, 340.
-, — Sir Richard, at Charlton, 338. At Sayescourt, 362. His epitaph, 366, 367. 369, 370.
-, — Thomas, his epitaph, 212.

Bruce Castle at Tottenham, 642.

Buchinger , Matthew, born without arms or legs, his feats, 474, note.

Buckerells , manor of, 134.

Buckeridge , Bishop, buried at Bromley, 319.

Buckhurst at Chigwell, 118, 119.

Buckingham , Villiers Earl of, 600.

Buckle , Admiral, at Wansted, 244.

Buckskin-hall at East Barnet, 11.

Buildings , great increase of, at Deptford, 373.

Bulkeley , family of, 527.

Bundy , Richard, rector of East Barnet, 17.

Burleigh , Lord, his residence and house-keeping at Theobalds, 31.

Burnet , Gilbert, rector of East Barnet, 17.

Burrell , Mrs. epitaph of, 298.

Burton , Philip, epitaph of, 406. His writings, ibid.

Burwash Court, manor of, 539.

Butler , William, a dwarf, 545.

Butler's-place , at Walthamstow, 211.

C.

Cambell , family of, 103.
-, — Sir James, his charities, 104, 105.

Camberwell, additions to the account of, 581, 582. 661.

Camden the historian, his residence at Chislehurst, 347. His monument mutilated, 348.

Camden place at Chislehurst, 347.

Canada goose and a house-dog, remarkable story of, 11–13.

Can-hall , manor of, 235.

Capel , Sir Henry, his garden at Kew, 590.

Carew , Ann, epitaph of, 192.

Carshalton, additions to the account of, 582, 583.

Cartwright , Thomas, Bishop of Chester, vicar of Barking, 99. Of Walthamstow, 221.

Cary , Maria, epitaph of, by Richard Mountney, 605.

Catford , manor of, 517.

Catwoods at Wilsdon, 644.

Chadwell ward in Barking, 57. 100.

Charitable collections at Woodford, 284–286.

Charlton, account of the parish of, 324–341. Etymology, situation, boundaries, &c. 324. Market and fair, 325. Manor and principal estates, 325–330. Church notes, 330–334. Rectory, 334, 335. State of population, 335. Extracts from the register, 335–337. Eminent inhabitants, 337, 338. Morden college, 338–340. Schools, alms-houses, and other charities, 340, 341.

Charlton-house , 327, 328.

Charters , ancient method of ratifying, 60, note.

Chase , Thomas, epitaph of, 314.

Chatham , Earl of, his residence at Hayes-place, 495.

Cheam, additions to the account of, 583, 584. 662.

Cheke , family of, 199.

Chelsea , additions to the account of, 619–622. 664.

Chesterfield-house , at Blackheath, 462.

Chigwell, account of the parish of, 111–129. Etymology, 111. Situation, boundaries, extent, &c. ibid. Manors, and principal estates, 112–119. Church notes, 119–122. Rectory and vicarage, 122–124. Guild of the Trinity, 124. Vicars, ibid. State of population, 125. Extracts from the parish register, 125, 126. Archbishop Harsnet's schools, 126–128. Almshouses, and other charities, 129. Spring of mineral water, ibid.

Chigwell, addition to the account of, 649, 650.

Chigwell-row , 125, note.

Child , family of, 241, 242. 282.
-, — Sir Josiah, monument of, 237.

Childbearing at sixty-five, instance of, 581.

Children , three at a birth, instances of, 103. 178. 267. 319. 335. 378. 478. 529,

Chingford, account of the parish of, 130–137. Etymology, situation, boundaries, &c. 130. Manors, 130–134. Church notes, 134–136. Rectory, 136, 137. Rectors, 136. State of population, 137. Benefactions, ibid.

Chingford Comitis , manor of, 132.

Chingford St. Paul , manor of, 130.

Chipping Barnet, account of the parish of, 1–8. Situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 1. Market and fair, ibid. Battle of Barnet, 1, 2. The manor, &c. 2. Church notes, 2–4. Cure of the chapel, 4. State of population, 5. Schools, alms-houses, and other charities, 5–8. Barnet wells, 8. Horse-races, ibid.

Chishull , Edmund, vicar of Walthamstow, 221.

Chislehurst, account of the parish of, 343–358. Etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 343. Manors, and other estates, 343–348. Church notes, 348–353. Rectory, 353. State of population, 354. Extracts from the parish register, 354–357. Schools and benefactions, 357, 358.

Chiswick, additions to the account of, 622, 623.

Chobhams , or Cobhams, manor of, 253.

Christendom-house , at Westham, 255.

Christian IV. King of Denmark, entertained at Theobalds, 32.

Clapham, additions to the account of, 585, 586.

Clarkson , David, minister of Mortlake, 602.

Clayberry in Barking, 85.

Clay-hall , manor of, 82. Chapel there, 83.

Cokerells , manor of, 190.

Colerane , Henry Lord, born at Totteridge, 45.
-, — Hugh Lord, buried at Totteridge, ibid.

Coleshill , Thomas, monument of, 119.

Colse , Abraham, his charities, 529. 534.
-, — Margaret, epitaph of, 520.

College of Dissenters, at Hackney, 628.
-, — projected for decayed gentlemen at Stockwell, 597, 598.

Collier's-row ward, in Romford, 183.

Combe , Neville, manor of, 592.

Convict hulks at Woolwich, 569.

Conyers , family of, 225.

Cooke , Sir Anthony, monument of, 193–195.
-, — family of, 198.

Cooper , John, monument of, 257.

Corbye-hall at Eltham, 401.

Corbet , family of, 478.
-, — John, (author of the military government of Gloucester,) at Totteridge, 42.

Cowley , the poet, at Deptsord, 360.

Craggs , James, epitaph of, 333.

Cranbrook , manor of, 84, 85. 648.

Crossbrooks , manor of, 50.

Croydon, additions to the account of, 586–590. 662.

Cuming , Sir Alexander, anecdotes of, 20–23.

D.

Dacies , manor of, 50.

Dacre , Thomas Lord, his epitaph, 506.

Dagenham breach, 67.

Dagenhams , manor of, 190.

Danish army, at Greenwich, 427.

Day , Daniel, anecdotes of, 646, 647.

Dean , remarkable mortality in the family of, 604.

Decker , Sir Matthew, entertains George II. and Queen Caroline, 610.

Dee , Doctor, rector of Leadenham in Lincolnshire, 602, 603.

Delight , house of, at Greenwich, 436.

Deptford St. Nicholas, account of the parish of, 359–385. The name, boundaries, extent, &c. 359. Eminent inhabitants, 360. Manor and manor-house, 360–364. Church notes, 364–370. Rectory and vicarage, 371. Vicars, 372. State of population, 372, 373. Ravages of the plague, 373. Extracts from the parish register, 374–379. Trinity-house and hospitals, 379, 380. Schools and other charities, 381–383. Dockyard, 383–385.

Deptford St. Nicholas, addition to the account of, 653.

Deptford St. Paul's, account of the parish of, 386–393. Boundaries, extent, &c. 386. The bridge, ibid. Principal estates, 387, 388. Church notes, 389, 390. Rectory, 390. Meeting-houses, ibid. State of population, 391. Alms-houses and other benefactions, ibid. Victualling-house, 392. Projected harbour for ships, 392, 393.

Deptford St. Paul's, additions to the account of, 654.

Deptford Strond , manor of, 388. 654.

Dillenius , the botanist, at Eltham, 403.

Disseniers' College , at Hackney, 628.

Dockyard , at Deptford, 383, 384.—At Woolwich, 567, 568.

Dogget , the comedian, account of, 413, 414.

Downe , manor of, 614.

Draper , Sir William, at Wimbledon, 616.

Duck , Stephen, preacher at Kew, 591.

Duffus , Lord, account of, 643.

Dummer , Jeremiah, buried at Westham, 261.; his epitaph, ibid.

Dunsford , manor of, 614.

Dunshall-farm , 81.

Duparc , Lisabetta, a celebrated singer, 626.

Duppa , Bishop, a native of Lewisham, 526.

Dwarf , buried at Plumstead, 545.

E.

Ealing , additions to the account of, 623.

Ealing-grove , ibid.

Ealing-house , ibid.

Earles , manor of, 189.

East Barnet, account of the parish of, 9–23. Situation, boundaries, &c. 9. The manor, 9, 10. Manor house, and principal seats, 10–13. Church notes, 13–16. The rectory, 16, 17. Rectors, 17, 18. State of population, 18. Extracts from the parish register, 18–23. Benefactions, 23.

East Barnet, addition to the account of, 646.

Eastbury , manor of, 77.

Eastbury house, 78.

East Combe , manor of, 459.

Eastham, account of the parish of, 138–149. Situation, boundaries, and extent, 138. Manors, 138–141. Church notes, 141–145. Vicarage, and great tithes, 145, 146. Vicars, 146. State of population, 147. Extracts from the parish register, 147, 148. Benefactions, 148, 149.

Eastham, additions to the account of, 650.

Eastham Burnels , manor of, 139.

Eastham-hall , manor of, 138.

East-horne , manor of, 401.

East-house , manor of, 188.

East Westham , manor of, 252.

East Wickham. See Wickham.

Eden , Lord Auckland, family of, 305.

Edgar , King, rebuilds Barking Abbey, 63.

Edmonton, additions to the account of, 624, 625.

Edward III. at Mortlake, 601.

Edwards , George, the naturalist, buried at Westham, 263.; his epitaph, ibid.

Elizabeth , Queen, born at Greenwich, 432. Description of her court there, 433–435. Her visits to Barnelms, 578. Sir Francis Drake's ship at Deptford, 384. Giddea-hall, 186. Lewisham, 527. Theobalds, 31. Wansted, 233.

Elmgrove , at Ealing, 623.

Elstree, account of the parish of, 24–28. Etymology, 24. Situation, boundaries, &c. ibid. The manor, 25. Church notes, 25, 26. Rectory, 26. State of population, 27. Extracts from the parish register, ibid. Benefactions, 27, 28.

Eltham, account of the parish of, 394–419. Etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 394. Market and fair, ibid. Manor of, 395–397. Palace, 397–399. Principal estates, 400–402. Eminent inhabitants, 402, 403. Church notes, 403–406. Rectory and vicarage, 406, 407. Vicars, 408. Chantry, ibid. State of population, 408, 409. Extracts from the parish register, 409–415.; from the churchwarden's accounts, 415–417. School, alms-houses, and other benefactions, 417, 418. Shooter's-hill, 418, 419.

Eltham, additions to the account of, 655, 656.

Eltham palace, parliaments held there, 397. Residence of the kings of England there, 397–399. Present state of the palace, 399.

Enfield , additions to the account of, 625.

Entrenchments , ancient, at Barking, 57, 58.; at West Wickham, 550.; at Wimbledon, 615.

Erkenwald , Bishop of London, anecdotes of, 58, 59.

Essex , Robert Earl of, at Eltham palace, 399.

Ethelburgh , Abbess of Barking, 62.

Evelyn , John, his writings, 362, note.; his gardens at Sayes court, 363, 364.
-, — John, junior, born at Sayes-court, 377.; his writings, ibid.

F.

Fairfax , William, vicar of Eastham, 146.

Fairlop fair , account of, 56. 646, 647.

Fairlop oak , 56.

Fairy-hill , near Eltham, 420.

Falkland , Henry Lord, death of, 39.

Fanshaw , family of, 103.

Farmer , Hugh, account of, 227.

Fearman , Elizabeth, her remarkable size, 528.

Fenton , Edward, account of, 376.; his epitaph, 364, 365.
-, — Lavinia, a popular actress, 481, 482.

Finch , Margaret, Queen of the Gipsies, 301, 302.

Fitch , family of, 420.

Fitzroy farm, at Highgate, 637, 638.

Flamstead , John, Astronomer Royal, at Greenwich, 456.

Fludyer , Sir Samuel, epitaph of, 505, 506,

Foot , Sir Thomas, monument of, 257.

Foot's Cray, account of the parish of, 422–425.
-, Name, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 422.
-, Manor, 422, 423. Church notes, 424. Rectory, ibid. State of population, 425. Extracts from the parish register, ibid.

Foot's Cray Place , 423, 424.

Fordhook , at Ealing, 623.

Forest-house , at Leyton, 164.

Fossils , extraneous, at Charlton, 324, note; at Deptford, 386.; at Woolwich, 559.

Foxgrove farm, at Beckenham, 293.

Freelands , at Bromley, 311.

Friday-hill , at Chingford, 133.

Frognal , or Frogpool, at Chislehurst, 346.

Fulham, additions to the account of, 626, 627.

Fulkys , manor of, 76.

Fulwell-hatch , in Barking, 88. 649.

Fytche , family of, 102.

G.

Gardens , market, present state of, in the environs of London, 573–576.

Gascoigne , George, a native of Walthamstow, 228.

Gascoyne , Sir Crisp, epitaph of, 92.

Gastrell Bishop , at Greenwich, 464.

Gay , Sir Peter Rivers, rector of Woolwich, 565.

Gaysebams-ball , in Barking, 81.

Gentlemen , decayed, projected college for, 597, 598.

Geries , Great, at Barking, 88.
-, — Little, at Barking, 649.

Gibbon , Edward, a native of Putney, 607. Anecdotes of his juvenile years, 607, 608.

Giddea , or Gedy-hall, 186.
-, — Manor of, 185.

Gipsies , anecdotes relating to them, 302–304.

Gloucester , Eleanor Duchess of, at Barking Abbey, 67.

Gobions , manor of, 188.

Goddard , Jonathan, (Oliver Cromwell's physician,) a native of Greenwich, 483.

Goldburst , at Chigwell, 119.

Goseys , or Goosehayes, manor of, 190.

Gough , remarkable mortality in the family of, 19.

Gowers , manor of, 134.

Grange-hill , manor of, 117.

Grant , Edward, rector of East Barnet, 17.
-, — William, vicar of lsleworth, 633, 634.

Greenford Magna, additions to the account of, 627. Well sunk there for the poor, by Doctor Glasse, ibid.

Greenhill grove, in Chipping Barnet, 2.

Greenstreet , in Eastham, ancient mansion there, 141.

Greenwich, account of the parish of, 426–493. Etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 426. Market, ibid. Greenwich formerly a borough, ibid. Assizes held there, 427. Danish fleet and army there, ibid. The manor, 427, 428. Palace, 429–438. The hospital, 438–452. The park, 452, 453. The ancient tower there, 454. The observatory, 455–458. Principal estates and seats, 458–464. Eminent inhabitants, 464. The priory, 464, 465, Church notes, 465. 471. Rectory and vicarage, 471. Chantry, 472. Vicars, ibid. State of population, 473. Ravages of the plague, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 473–482. Eminent natives, 482, 483. Hospitals, schools, and other charities, 483–489. Blackheath, 489–492. Manufactures, &c. 492, 493.

Greenwich, additions to the account of, 656–658.

Greenwich castle , 454.

Greenwich hill , description of the view from, 452, 453.

Greenwich , hospital, account of, 438–452. Foundation of, 438–440. Description of the buildings, 440–445. Qualifications of the pensioners, &c. 445, 446. Revenues of the hospital, 447–449. Constitution and government, 449, 450. Incorporation, 450. Officers, 450, 451. The cemetery, 451, 452.

Greenwich palace, building of, 429. Residence of the Kings of England there, 429–436. Converted into a hospital for seamen, 438.

Greenwich park , 452, 453.

Greenwich , West, manor of, 360.

Greenwood , James, at Woodford, 286.

Grindall , Edmund, Archbishop of Canterbury, at Croydon, 587.

Grove , Joseph, buried at Richmond, 611.

Gwillim , the herald, at Walthamstow, 228.

H.

Hackney, additions to the account of, 627, 628.

Hadley, additions to the account of, 628, 629.

Hainault forest, 56.

Hainault foresters, ibid.

Hale-end , at Walthamstow, 205.

Hall , William, the musician, 611.

Halley , Dr. Astronomer Royal at Greenwich, 456.
-, Account of him, 509, 510. His epitaph at Lee, 504.

Hammerton , remarkable mortality in the family of, 262.

Hampstead, additions to the account of, 629, 630. 664.

Handel , at Barnelmes, 578.

Hanwell, additions to the account of, 630.

Hare , Lord Colerane, family of, 44–46.

Harold's wood ward, in Romford, 183.

Harrow on the Hill, additions to the account of, 630, 631.

Harsnet , Archbishop, monument of, 120, account of him, 124. His schools, 126–128.

Hartington , manor of, 593.

Hatton , family of, 101.

Havering , liberty of, 183, 184.

Hawksworth , Doctor, epitaph of, 314. His writings, 320.

Hawtree , Margaret, a famous midwife, epitaph of, 389.

Hayes, account of the parish of, 49–499. Name, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 494. Principal estates and seats, 494, 495. Church notes, 496, 497. State of population, 497, 498. Extracts from the parish register, 498. School and other benefactions, 499.

Hayes (in Middlesex), additions to the account of, 631.

Hayes-place , 495, 496.

Heaver , manor of, 495.

Henleys , manor of, 400.

Henry VIII. born at Greenwich, 430. His magnificent feasts there, ibid.

Henry , David, buried at Lewisham, 528.

Herbert , George, at Woodford, 286.

Herring , Archbishop of Canterbury, at Croydon, 589.

Hervey , Sir George, monument of, 192.

Heston, additions to the account of, 631, 632.

Hewes , Margaret, buried at Lee, 509.

Hickes , family of, 177, 178. Monuments of the Hickes's at Leyton, 165, 166.
-, — Sir Michael, monument of, 165. Anecdotes of, 176.

Hickes on the Heath , at Ealing, 623.

Hickman , family of, at Woodford, 274, 275.

Higham Bensted , or Higham-hills, manor of, 208, 209.

High-hall , or Walthamstow Tony, manor of, 205.

Highlands , in Barking, 87.

Hildelitha , Abbess of Barking, 62.

Hill , Aaron, at Plaistow (in Essex), 268.

Holden , Richard, vicar of Deptford, 372.

Holly hedge, remarkable, at Sayes-court, 363.

Holly-rood , chapel of the, at Barking, 71.

Honeywood , Mrs. her epitaph, and numerous progeny, 187, note.

Hook , Dr. Robert, at Charlton, 337.

Horne , Bishop, epitaph of, 406. Account of, 415.

Horn fair , 325.

Hornsey, addition to the account of, 632.

Hounslow-heath , James the Second's camp there, 631, 632. The bloody post, 632. The powder mills, 642.

Hughes , John, epitaph of, 367.; his writings, 653.

Huke , explanation of the word, 592.

Hulse , Richard, his collection of pictures, 463.

Humfreys , Sir Orlando, monument of, 93.

Hussey , Christopher, rector of West Wickham, 554.

Hyde-house , in Westham, 256.

Hyde-park , farther account of, 621, 622.

I.—J.

James I. entertained at Theobalds, 32.; becomes possessed of it by exchange, 33.

James , Sir William, buried at Eltham, 414. Tower erected to his memory, at Shooter's-hill, ibid.

Jebb , Sir Richard, born at Stratford in Effex, 267.

Jeffrys , manor of, 561.

Jenkins , manor of, 75.

Jennings , Sir William, account of, 477.

Jesus Hospital, at Barnet, 6.

Ilford , Great, hamlet of, 106–110. Foundation of the hospital there, and its endowment, 106–108. Account of its site, 108, 109. Description of its present state, 109. The chapel, 109, 110. The register, 110.

Ilford , Great, ward, in Barking, 57.

Ilford, Little, account of the parish of, 150–of the hospital there, and its site, 108, 109. Description of its present state, 109. The chapel, 109, 110. The register, 110.

Iiford , Great, ward, in Barking, 57.

Ilford, Little, account of the parish of, 150–157. Etymology, 150. Situation, boundaries, extent, &c. ibid. Manors, 150–152. Church notes, 153, 154. The rectory, 154, 155. Rectors, 155. State of population, 156. Benefactions, ibid. Mart for cattle, 157.

Inhabitants , number of, at Barking, 100.; at Westham, 266.

Inundations at Dagenham, 66, 67.; at Deptford, 359.

Johnson , Doctor, at Greenwich, 464.; at Hampstead, 629.; epitaph of his wife, at Bromley, 313.

Jones , Thomas, at Totteridge, 42.

Jordan , Agnes, (the last abbess of Sion,) buried at Denham, 633.

Iron whars , Millington's, at Greenwich, 493.

Isleworth, additions to the account of, 632–634.

Islington, additions to the account of, 634–636.

K.

Keene , Samuel, vicar of Leyton, 174.

Kelseys , at Beckenham, 294.

Kennington , manor of, 596.

Kensington , additions to the account of, 636.

Kent-house , at Beckenham, 295.

Kew, additions to the account of, 590, 591.

Kidbrook , hamlet and manor of, 341, 342.

Kidgell , Mr. at Barnes, 579.

Kingshold , at Hackney, manor-house of, 627, 628.

King's-place farm , at Chigwell, 117.

Kingston upon Thames, additions to the account of, 591–594. 662, 663.

Kingston , William, born without arms, account of, 474, note.

Kirby , Joshua, clerk of the works, 591.

Kirkby , John, at Putney, 608.

Kyngston , Lady Mary, epitaph of, 166, note.

L.

Lambard , William, the topographer, account of, 468. His epitaph, ibid. His hospital at Greenwich, 483, 484.

Lambeth, additions to the account of, 594–599. 663.

Langfords , at Chigwell, 117.

LangleyPark, at Beckenham, 294.

Law , William, at Putney, 608.

Lawson , Sir John, account of, 476.

Leake , Sir John, death of, 480.

Lee , account of the parish of, 500–513. Situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 500. Manor and principal seats, 500–503. Church notes, 503–507. Rectory, 507. Rectors, ibid. State of population, 508. Extracts from the parish register, 508–510. Alms-house, school, and other benefactions, 511–513.

Lee, addition to the account of, 659.

Leeke , or Lake, family of, 125.

Legge , Lord Lewisham, family of, 498.

Leicester , Earl of, resides at Wansted, 234. His marriage, ibid. Inventory of his goods, ibid. His consinement in Greenwich castle, 454.

Lennard , family of, 555, 556.

Lestock , Admiral, at Chigwell, 126.

Lethieullier , Smart, account of, 154. His epitaph, ibid.

Lettsom , Dr. his house at Camberwell, 661.

Lewis , Col. epitaph of, 353.
-, — David, a dramatic writer, epitaph of, 171.

Lewisham, account of the parish of, 514–536. Etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 514. The priory, ibid. Manors and principal estates, 515–519. Church notes, 519–523. Rectory and vicarage, 524. Vicars, 524, 525. Chantries, 525. Chapels, ibid. State of population, 526. Extracts from the parish register, 526–529. Abraham Colfe's and other charities, 529–535. Hamlet of Sydenham, 535, 536. Manufactures, 536. Market and fair on Blackheath, ibid.

Lewisham, additions to the account of, 659.

Leyton, account of the parish of, 158–182. Name, situation, boundaries, &c. 158. Roman antiquities found there, ibid. Manors and principal estates, 159–165. Eminent inhabitants, 165. Church notes, 165–172. Rectory and vicarage, 172, 173. Vicars, 174, 175. State of population, 175. Extracts from the parish register, 176–180. Schools, and other benefactions, 181, 182.

Leyton, addition to the account of, 650.

Leytonstone , hamlet of, 182. The chapel, 173.

Lilbourn , John, at Eltham, 402, 403.

Lindsay , Lord Primate, rector of Woolwich, 564.

Lisle , Lady, funeral of, 656, 657.

Little Grove , at East Barnet, 11.

Lockyer , Nicholas, at Woodford, 286.

Longevity , instances of, 27. 93, 94. 104. 126. 144. 148. 167. 180. 187. 200. 214. 218. 227. 243. 257. 258. 264. 268. 284. 301. 306. 316. 320. 336. 339. 357. 370. 378. 379. 389. 391. 404, 405. 415. 452. 478. 479. 505, 506, 507. 521. 529. 545. 549. 555. 564. 595. 601, 602. 605. 608. 628. 641.

Low-hall , or Walthamstow Francis, manor of, 207.

Loxford , manor of, 76.

Lumley , family of, 478.

Luxborough , manor of, 117.
-, — House, ibid.

Lyttelton , family of, 199.
-, — Lord, at West Wickham, 556.

M.

Macpherson , James, at Putney, 609.

Maitland , Earl of Lauderdale, family of, 226.

Malden, additions to the account of, 599.

Mallory , Thomas, vicar of Deptford, 372.

Malmeynes , manor of, 77.

Manchester , Henry Earl of, at Totteridge, 46.

Marks , (in Leyton,) manor of, 162.
-, — (in Romford,) manor of, 187.

Marks-house , 187.

Marriage , singular, 478.

Martyn , Benjamin, account of, 528. His epitaph, 523.

Mary , Queen, born at Greenwich, 432. Entertained at Wansted, 233.

Mary de Medicis , entertained at Giddea-hall, 186.

Maryland Point , in the parish of Westham, 266, note.

Masquerade , first, in England, account of, 430, 431, n.

Master , William, rector of Woodford, 279.

Maule , family of, 411.

Maundrel , Henry, curate of Bromley, 317.

Mawneys , manor of, 184.

Maynard , family of, 225.
-, — Henry, his charities at Walthamstow, 221. 229.

Merton, additions to the account of, 599, 600.

Middleton , family of, 126.

Middletons , manor of, 645.

Midwives , baptism by, 409. Oaths formerly taken by them, ibid.

Mildmay , family of, 200.

Miles , Dr. Henry, pastor of the Dissenters' congregation at Tooting, 613, 614.

Millington , remarkable mortality in the family of, 260.

Minced-pie-house at Greenwich, 463.

Mirefleur , an ancient tower in Greenwich-park, 454.

Mitcham, additions to the account of, 600, 601.

Mohun , Charles Lord, anecdotes of, 47.

Monk , Elizabeth, epitaph of, 315, 316, note.

Monkenfrith-house , at East Barnet, 10.

Monkhams , or Monkhill, at Chigwell, 118.

Monox , Sir George, tomb of, 213. His charities at Walthamstow, 228, 229.

Montagu , (Earl of Manchester,) family of, 46.
-, — Sir Charles, monument of, 89.

Moones , at Walthamstow, 222.

Morden College, foundation and endowment of, 338. Cemetery, 339. Register of burials, extracts from, 339, 340.

Mordon, additions to the account of, 601.

Mores , Edward Rowe, at Leyton, 165. Buried at Walthamstow, 225. Account of him, 225, 226.

Morris , Corbyn, buried at Wimbledon, 616. His writings, ibid.

Mortality , remarkable, in the family of Dean, 604.; of Gough, 19.; of Hammerton, 262.; of Millington, 260.

Mortlake, additions to the account of, 601–603.

Mottingham , an extraparochial hamlet, 419. 421. Extraordinary sinking of the ground there, 420.

Mountfort , the actor, murder of, 47.

Mount-pleasant , at East Barnet, 13.

Moyer , family of, 171, note.

Munden , Sir John, account of, 620.

Murder , shocking, by John Preter, 632.

Myntts , family of, 474.

N.

Naked-hall-hawe , the site of Wansted-house, 233.

Nearles , manor of, 189.

Neasdon , manor of, 644.

Neasdon-house , ibid

Nether Combe , manor of, 459.

Nevil , Edmund, (called Earl of Westmorland,) account of, 142. His monument, 141, 142.

New Barnes , manor of, 255.

Newberry , manor of, 80.

Newcourt , Richard, buried at Greenwich, 479.

Newington Butts, additions to the account of, 603, 604.

Newington , (Stoke,) additions to the account of, 636.

New-river , farther account of, 635, 636.

Newte , Anna Maria, epitaph of, 92.

Newton , Sir Adam, epitaph of, 332. His writings, ibid.
-, — Thomas, rector of Little Ilford, 155.

Noke bill ward , in Romford, 183.

Norbiton-hall , at Kingston, 593.

Norbiton-place , at Kingston, 594.

Norfolk College , at Greenwich, 485.

North , Francis, born without arms, 473.

Northall, addition to the account of, 637.

Norwich , Charles Goring, Earl of, epitaph of, 167.

O.

Observatory , Royal, at Greenwich, foundation of, 455, 456. Astronomers, 456–458. Instruments there, 458.

Old court , manor of, 458, 459.

Oldenburgh , Henry, at Charlton, 337.

Osbaston , Francis, epitaph of, 90.

Ovington , John rector of Lee, 507.

Owen , Dr. vicar of Edmonton, account of, 624.
-, — Richard, vicar of Eltham, 408. Monument of his family, 404.

P.

Paddington, addition to the account of, 637.

Page , Sir Gregory, his seat on Blackheath, 329.
-, — Samuel, vicar of Deptford, 372.

Paget , Ephraim, buried at Deptford, 377.

Pancras, addition to the account of, 637, 638.

Park-place farm, at Eltham, 402.

Parsons , William, the comedian, account of, 510, 511. His epitaph, 507.

Pate , William, epitaph of, 504, 505.

Pearce , Zachary, Bishop of Rochester, epitaph of, 312. His writings, 320.

Pearse , Thomas, shot for cowardice, 377.

Penn , William, educated at Chigwell, 129.
-, — Sir William, at Wansted, 244.

Perceval , Earl of Egmont, family of, 336, 337.

Peter the Great , Czar of Moscovy, at Sayes-court, 363.

Peterborough-house , at Fulham, 626.

Petersham, additions to the account of, 604, 605.

Petersham Lodge, 604.

Petrie family, monuments of, 519.

Pett , Peter, inventor of the frigate, 375. Epitaph of, 365, 366.
-, — Sir Peter, account of, 375, 376.
-, — Phineas, account of, 374, 375.

Philipott , John, at Eltham, 402.
-, — Thomas, at Eltham, 402. Buried at Greenwich, 477.

Phillips , Ambrose, death of, 597.

Pickhurst , manor of, 495.

Piers , Sarah Lady, buried at Chelsea, 620.

Pierse , William, Bishop of Bath and Wells, buried at Walthamstow, 224. His epitaph, 214.

Pilon , George Frederick, the dramatic writer, buried at Lambeth, 596.

Pimps , manor of, 134.

Pinnington , Thomas, (born without arms or legs,) extraordinary seats of, 474, note.

Pitt , William, born at Hayes, 498.

Place-house , at Lewisham, 518.

Plague , at Barking, 101.; at Chigwell, 125.; at Ilford, 156.; at Romford, 198.; at Walthamstow, 223.; at Woodford, 280.; at Beckenham, 300.; at Bromley, 318.; at Charlton, 335.; at Chislehurst, 354.; at Deptford, 373.; at Eltham, 409.; at Greenwich, 473.; at Lewisham, 526.; at West Wickham, 555.; at Stepney, 641.

Plaistow , in Westham, 245. 266, note.
-, — in Bromley, 311. 318.

Plashet , in Eastham, 147, note.

Playz , manor of, 252.

Plume , Thomas, vicar of Greenwich, 472.

Plumstead, account of the parish of, 537–545. Situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 537. Market and fair, 538. Manors and principal estates, 538–542. Church notes, 542, 543. Rectory and vicarage, 543, 544. State of population, 545. Extracts from the parish register, ibid. Benefactions, ibid.

Plumstead, additions to the account of, 659, 660.

Plumstead-Acon , or Upland, manor of, 541.

Plumpstead park farm, ibid.

Pointers Grove , at Totteridge, 41.

Popes , at Kingston upon Thames, 594.

Population , present state of, in the environs of London, 571, 572.

Porters , manor of, 83.

Post , bloody, on Hounslow heath, 632.

Potteles , at Chigwell, 117.

Potter , Archbishop of Canterbury, at Croydon, 588.

Pound , James, rector of Wansted, 240.

Presbyterians , first congregation of, 615.

Prescott , family of, 319.

Prevost , Major General, epitaph of, 15. His defence of Savannah, 15, 16.

Pride , Col. at Nonsuch, 584.

Progeny , numerous, of Mrs. Honeywood, 187, note. Of Ann Bland, 378.

Protestation , signed by the inhabitants of Wansted in 1641, 243.

Purchas , Samuel, at Lee, 511.

Putney, additions to the account of, 605–609.

Pybus family, monuments of, 583, 584.

Q.

Quarles , family of, 199.
-, — Francis, account of, 198.
-, — John, account of, 199.

Queens , three, at Greenwich, 656.

R.

Raines , Sir Richard, buried at Greenwich, 479.

Ralegh , Sir Walter, his house at Mitcham, 600.

Rampston , Robert, tomb of, 135.

Ravensborne River, 386.

Ray , Martha, buried at Elstree, 27.

Rayhouse , manor of, in Woodford, 275.
-, — manor of, in Barking, 85. 648.

Raymond , Sir Charles, monument of, 93.

Reden-court , manor of, 189.

Red-house at Deptsord, 392.

Reede , Roger, his alms-houses at Romford, 200–202.

Richmond, additions to the account of, 609–611.

Rider , John, Bishop of Killaloe, rector of Bermondsey, 617.

Rippleward, in Barking, 57. 100.

Roding River, 57.

Roehampton-park , 609.

Rolls , manor of, 115.

Romford, account of the parish of, 183–203. Etymology, situation, boundaries, &c. 183. Market and fair, ibid. Manors, 184–191. Church notes, 191–196. Donative, 196. Guild and chantries, 197. Meeting-houses, ibid. State of population, 198. Extracts from the parish register, 198–200.

Reede's alms-houses, and other benefactions, 200–203. Barracks, 203.

Romford, additions to the account of, 650, 651.

Roper , Margaret, resides at Well-hall in Eltham, 402.

Rose , Thomas, vicar of Westham, 265.

Rotherhithe, additions to the account of, 612.

Rowe , Sir Thomas, born at Leyton, 181. Account of, 280, 281.
-, — Sir William, of Higham-hill, 223.

Ruckholt , manor of, 162.
-, — house, 163.

Russel , John, rector of Chingford, 136.
-, — Lady Rachel, at Totteridge, 42.

Russell , family of, 377.
-, — Francis, his seat at Enfield Chace, 625.

S.

Saffin , Thomas, epitaph of, 639, 640.

Salisbury-ball , or Walthamstow Sarum, manor of, 210.

Saltmarsh , John, account of, 241.

Saul , Daniel, epitaph of, 640.

Savannah , account of the defence of, 15, 16.

Sayer , John, epitaph of, 389.

Sayes court , at Deptford, 361–364.

Scadbury , manor of, 345, 346.

Scott , family of, 498.

Sear , John, (born without arms or legs,) extraordinary feats of, 474, note.

Sedcop , in the parish of Foot's Cray, 425.

Shadwell, addition to the account of, 638.

Shadwell Spa, ibid.

Sharpe , William, epitaph of, 25.

Shaw , family of, 411, 412.

Sheldon , Archbishop of Canterbury, at Croydon, 588.

Shelvocke , George, secretary to the post-office, epitaph of, 365.
-, — Captain George, epitaph of, 369. His writings, 378.

Sherard , Dr. James, his garden at Eltham, 403. Account of him, 655.
-, — Dr. William, account of, 655.

Ship of extraordinary large size built at Woolwich, 375. 568.

Shirley , a hamlet of Croydon, 586. Seat of John Claxton, Esq. ibid.

Shirley-heath , 587.

Shooter's-bill , 418, 419.

Shrosholt , manor of, 500.

Simons , John (born without arms and legs), feats of, 473, note.

Simpsons , manor of, 310.

Sims , Joseph, vicar of Eastham, 147.

Skerret , Ralph, vicar of Greenwich, 472.

Skinner's-place , at Deptford, 388. 654.

Slare , Dr. Frederic, epitaph of, 658. His writings, ib.

Slate , artificial, manufacture of, 287.

Smith , Dr. Hugh, alderman of London, 259.

Smith , Dr. Hugh, of Trevor-park, 23.
-, — Sir Thomas, at Deptford, 360.

Smollet , Dr. at Chelsea, 620.

Smyth , Sir John, epitaph of, 649.
-, — family, monuments of, 259, 260.

Snow , remarkable fall of, in May, 282.

Southall , manor of, 559.

Southborough , a hamlet of Bromley, 318, note.

Southend , a hamlet of Eltham, 402. A hamlet of Lewisham, 536.

Sovereign of the Seas , a ship of extraordinary size, built at Woolwich, 375.

Sparke , Edward, vicar of Walthamstow, 221.

Spencer , Thomas, epitaph of, 506.

Spittle Combe , manor of, 461.

Squire , Samuel, (Bishop of St. David's,) vicar of Greenwich, 472.

Stainer , Sir Richard, account of, 475.

Stanhope , George, account of, 524, 525. His epitaph, 521.

Stanley , Lady Lucy, monument of, 213.

Stanmore Magna, addition to the account of, 638, 639.

Stephen , King, at Barking, 64.

Stepney , additions to the account of, 639–641.

Stewards , manor of, 188.

Stickleton , manor-house of, 627.

Stonehall , manor of, 83.

Strange , Sir John, epitaph of, 168, 169, note.

Stratford Bow, additions to the account of, 642.

Stratford Langtborne Abbey, account of its foundation and possessions, 246, 247. Surrender, 248. Seal and arms, ibid. Alienations of its site, 249. Present state, ibid.

Stratford Langthorne ward, 245. 266, note.

Streatham, additions to the account of, 612, 613.

Strype , John, minister of Leyton, 174. His writings, 175.

Stubbs , Philip, chaplain of Greenwich hospital, and rector of Woolwich, 451. 565.

Stukeley , Dr. buried at Eastham, 147. His writings, 148.

Style , family of, 301.

Sudbrook , at Petersham, 604.

Sussolk , Charles Brandon, Duke of, at Beckenham, 293.

Suffolk-place farm, at Plumstead, 541.

Sundridge , manor of, 310.

Sutton, additions to the account of, 613.

Sydenham , a hamlet of Lewisham, 535, 536.
-, — manor of, 518.
-, — wells, 535.

T.

Tallys , Thomas, the musician, epitaph of, 467.

Tang-court , manor of, 347.

Tapestry , first introduction of, in England, 603. Manufacture of, at Mortlake, ibid.

Taylor , Francis, rector of Clapham, 585.

Telegraph at Deptford, 387.; at Shooter's-hill, 418.

Temple mills at Leyton, 182.

Tillotson , Archbishop, Portrait of, at Lambeth, 595. 663.

Tindal , Nicholas, chaplain of Greenwich hospital, 451.

Theobalds , manor of, 29, 30. Account of the palace, and its site, 31–39.
-, — park, 39.
-, — square, 38.

Thornhill , family of, 318.

Tollet , Elizabeth, account of, 258. Her epitaph, ibid.

Tooting, additions to the account of, 613, 614.

Topping , Henry, vicar of Eastham, 146.

Tottenham, additions to the account of, 642.

Totteridge, account of the parish of, 40–48. Etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 40. The manor, ibid. Manor-house, and principal seats, 41, 42. Eminent inhabitants, 42. Church notes, 42, 43. Chapelry, 44. State of population, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 44–48. Benefactions, 48.

Totteridge park, 41.

Townshend , Viscount Sydney, family of, 357.

Trevor-park at East Barner, 11.

Trinity hospital at Deptford, 380.; at Greenwich, commonly called Norfolk College, founded by Henry Earl of Northampton, 485.

Trinity-house , society of, 379.

Tudor , Edmund and Jasper, educated at Barking Abbey, 67.

Tulip-tree , of great height, 87.

Turner , Dr. at Kew, 590.
-, — John, vicar of Greenwich, 472.

Turnham Green , battle at, 622.

Turnpenny , John, epitaph of, 333.

Twickenham, additions to the account of, 642, 643.

Twyford, West, addition to the account of, 643.

U.

Uphall farm, 79, 80. Ancient entrenchments there, 80.

Uphaveringe , manor of, 188.

Upton , a hamlet of Westham, 245. 266, note.

Utey , Emanuel, vicar of Chigwell, 124.

V.

Valentines in Barking, 86, 87. Antiquities found there, 87.

Vandergucht , Benjamin, presents a picture to Mortlake church, 601. His unfortunate death, ibid.

Vandrebank at Barnelmes, 578.

Vandyke , Sir Anthony, at Eltham, 402.

Vauxhall , manor of, 596.

Vernon , Joseph, death of, 599.

Victualling-house , at Deptsord, 392.

Vine-tree , remarkable, at Valentines, 87.

W.

Wake , Archbishop of Canterbury, at Croydon, 588.

Walker , Samuel, writings of, 523.

Wall-end in Eastham, 147, note.

Wallington , manor of, 580.

Walsingham , family of, 354, 355.
-, — Sir Edmund, epitaph of, 351.
-, — Sir Francis, a native of Chislehurst, 355.
-, — Sir Thomas, epitaph of, 351.

Waltham Cross , a ward of Cheshunt, 49. Ancient cross there, 49, 50. Spital, 51.

Walthamstow, account of the parish of, 204–230. The etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 204. Manors, &c. 205–211. Church notes, 211–218. Rectory and vicarage, 219–221. Vicars, 221, 222. Chantries, 222. Meeting-houses, ibid. State of population, 223. Extracts from the Parish register, 223–227. Eminent inhabitants, 228. Schools, alms-houses, and other charities, 228–230.

Walthamstow, addition to the account of, 651.

Wallwood-house , in Leyton, 164, 165.

Wandsworth, additions to the account of, 614, 615.

Wangay , manor of, 75.

Wansted, account of the parish of, 231–244. The etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 231. Antiquities found there, ibid Manors and seats, 232–236. Church notes, 236–239. Rectory, 239, 240. Rectors, 240. State of population, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 241–243. Eminent inhabitants, 244. Schools and benefactions, ibid.

Wansted, addition to the account of, 652.

Wansted-house , old, 233, 234.; modern, 235.

Warner , Richard, anecdotes of, 283, 284.

Warren , at Woolwich, 568.

Warwick , Sir Philip, anecdotes of, 355, 356.; his epitaph, 350.

Way , Benjamin, vicar of Barking, 99.

Well-hall , manor of, 401.

Welling , a hamlet of East Wickham, 547.

Wells , Dr. Benjamin, born at Deptford, 376.; buried at Greenwich, 477.
-, — John, a mathematician, buried at Deptford, 376.

Welsh , Pierce, epitaph of, 451.

Welton , Richard, vicar of Eastham, 146.

West , Admiral, buried at West Wickham, 557.
-, — Gilbert, at West Wickham, 556.

Westbury , manor of, 78.

West Combe , manor of, 461.

West Combe park and house, ibid.

West farm, at East Barnet, 13.

Westham, account of the parish of, 245–272. The situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 245. Market and fair, 246. Stratford Abbey, 246–249. Manors, and other estates, 249–256. Church notes, 257–264. Rectory and vicarage, 264, 265. Vicars, 265. Meeting-houses, 265, 266. State of population, 266. Extracts from the parish register, 267, 268. Schools and other charities, 268–272. Waterworks, 272. Manufactures, ibid.

Westham, additions to the account of, 652, 653.

Westham-Burnels , manor of, 252.

Westhatch , manor of, 113.

Westhorne , manor of, 400.

West Wickham, see Wickham.

West Wickham court , 552.

Whincop , Thomas, a dramatic writer, buried at Totteridge, 48.

Whitbread , Samuel, his benefactions to Hadley, 628.

Whitgift , Archbishop of Canterbury, anecdotes of, 587, 588. His hospital at Croydon, 589, 590.

Wickham (East), account of the parish of, 546–549. The name, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 546. The manor, 546, 547. Church notes, 547, 548. Chapelry, 548. State of population, ibid. School, and benefactions, 549.

Wickham (West), account of the parish of, 550–557. The name, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 550. Market and fair, ibid. Manor and manor-house, 551, 552. Church notes, 553, 554. Rectory, 554. Rectors, ibid. State of population, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 555–557. Benefactions, 557.

Widmore , a hamlet of Bromley, 318, note.

Widowhood , long, 467.

Wights , manor of, 583.

Wild , Sir William, at Lewisham, 527.

Will , singular, 219. note.

William the Conqueror, at Barking, 64.

Williams , Edward, epitaph of, 43.

Wilsdon, additions to the account of, 644, 645.

Wimbledon, additional account of, 615–617.

Withfield , or Wyfield, manor of, 79. 648.

Withipol , Edmund, singular will of, 219, note.

Wolfe , General, buried at Greenwich, 481.; his epitaph, at Westerham, ibid.

Wood , Elizabeth, epitaph of, 167.

Woodford, account of the parish of, 273–287. The etymology, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 273. Manors, 273–275. Church notes, 275–279. Rectory, 279. Rectors, ibid. State of population, 280. Extracts from the parish register, 280–286. Charitable collections, 284–286. Eminent inhabitants, 286. Benefactions, ibid. Manufactures, 287.

Woodford, addition to the account of, 653.

Woodford wells, 287.

Woodgrange , manor of, 254, 255.

Woodlands at Greenwich, 462. Valuable pictures there, ibid.

Woolston , or Wolverstone, manor of, 115.

Woolwich, account of the parish of, 558–569. The name, situation, boundaries, extent, &c. 558. Market, 559. Manor and principal estates, 559–562. Church notes, 562–564. Rectory, 564. Rectors, 564, 565. Meeting-houses, 565. State of population, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 566. Schools, alms-houses, and other benefactions, 566, 567. The dockyard, 567, 568. The warren, 568. Barracks, 569. Convict hulks, ibid.

Woolwich, additions to the account of, 660, 661.

Wricklesmarsh , the seat of Sir Gregory Page, in Charlton, 329

Wulfbilda , Abbess of Barking, 63.

Wyat , Sir Thomas, at Deptford, 359.

Wyfield , Wyfields, or Withfield, manor of, 79. 648.

Y.

Yew-tree , remarkable, at Totteridge, 43.; at Woodford, 277.

Yonge , John, Bishop of Rochester, buried at Bromley, 318. His epitaph, 312, note.



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