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'Index', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 10 (1800), pp. V-XXXVII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63602 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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The letter A refers to the Appendix of additions and corrections to the ninth and tenth volumes, added at the end of this volume.

A.

Abbot, John, possesses Upper Each, in Woodnesborough, 123; Thomas, 384; Rev. William, 397; Mr. 442, a. Abbot's, of Ramsgate, 123, 400, 401.

Abbot's wall, in Thanet, 266.

Acol Achole farm, in Thanet, 279, 306, 345.

Acholt ville, in Thanet, 311.

Adam, Thomas, 303.

Addelam, now Deal, 2, 4.

Adelold, 2, 137.

Adisham, Manor of, 145, 147; parish of, 429, a.

Æstuary, near the Isle of Thanet, 218.

Agar, Hon. Gertrude, 350.

Aimolde. See Hamwold.

Aislabye Rawson possesses Dane Court seat, in Tilmanstone, 82.

Albineto Albini, William de, 88, 136, 138.

Albrincis,; Simon de, 28; family of, 435, 436, a.

Alcher, earl, 368.

Alday's, of Sandwich, 180.

Aldelond, Alland, Grange, in Minster, 281.

Alexander, Alexander, LL. D. 350.

Alga, or sea-weed, 224

Alkin, Thomas, possesses the White Friars in Sandwich, 182; Alkins, of Canterbury, 129.

Alland, Allen, Grange. See Aldelond.

Allen, John, 345.

All Saints, parish of, in Thanet, 245; borough of, 238, 245; church of, 236, 247.

All Saints church, in Breadstreet, 118.

Alterages, what, 289.

Amber found in Thanet, 220.

Ambry or Almonry farm, in Monkton, 260.

Amulets, British, found in Thanet, 229.

Amyand Claudius, 176.

Anchoress, one at Sandwich, 201.

Anglo-Saxon architecture, curious specimen of, 76.

Anlaf, the Danish chief, 296.

Anschitill, the archdeacon, 4.

Antiquities found, 229, 230, 329, 330, 363, 368, 432, a.

Appleton, Thomas, 114, 131, 139, 284; Appleton's, 143.

Apulton, District and manor of, 57, 58.

Archer's Court manor, in Whitfield 436, a.

Arcis, William de, 430, a.

Arden's, 86.

Arderne, Thomas, 180.

Arundel, Albini's, earls of, 136.

Ash, parish of, 429, a.

Ashenden, Thomas, 397.

Athanaton, now Thanet.

Athol, Strabolgie's, earls of, 30.

Atte-Hall's, 112.

Auberville's, of Westenhanger, 25, 28, 435, a.

Augustine, lands in Thanet, 266.

Avere, William, 33.

Avercorn, service of, 260.

Austen's, 308, 401.

Austone, tenement of, in St. John's, in Thanet, 339.

Awstyn's, or Astyn's, 82.

Ayerst, Robert Gunsley, clerk, 389.

Ayling, John, clerk, 259.

Aythorne. See Eythorne.

B.

Bacun, John, 411.

Backhouse, J. H. present rector of Deal, 23.

Badlesmere's, 30, 31, 65.

Baiæ, coast of, 362.

Baieux, Odo, bishop of, 4, 38, 51, 57, 67, 72, 74, 88, 125, 130, 133, 135, 137, 155, 156.

Baker, John, 324, 360; Baker's, of Caldham, 96, 350.

Balam, Anthony, 54.

Baldock, Mr. 132, possesses Hammill-court, in Woodnesborough, 442.

Baldpates, Roman coins so called, in Thanet, 230.

Banks, Sir Joseph, bart. 26.

Baptists, meetings for, 166.

Barfield. See Barville.

Barfreston, Amicia de, 72.

Barfriston. See Barson.

Bargander frequents Thanet, 232.

Bargar's. See Bargrave's.

Bargrave, Ifaac, lessee of Eastry court, and resides there, 105; dean, account of, ibid.

Bargrave's, 86, 104; account of, 105, 115, 116, 117.

Barham, parish of, 434, a.

Barne's, of London, 138.

Barnes, Elizabeth, 131.

Barnsole, borough and hamlet of, 36, 123.

Barracks erected at Deal, 13.

Barrett, Thomas, 279.

Barrowe, Ethelred, 328, 344.

Barson, parish of, 71, 440, a. church of, 431, a.

Bartholomew's gate, in Thanet, 362.

Bartlett's, alias THONETON, in St. Nicholas, in Thanet, 240.

Barton-field, in Canterbury, 196.

Barton's, 131; chantry in Sandwich, 215.

Barville, Great and Little, in Tilmanstone, 82.

Bathing in the sea; preferable at Margate, 321; machines for, 323.

Baths, warm ones at Margate, 323; at Ramsgate, 387.

Battely, Dr. his Antiq. Rutupinæ, 410.

Baugh, Isaac, lessee of Bekesborne parsonage, 431, a.

Beacon, one, in Thanet, 357.

Beagrims, in Sandwich, 197.

Beake, William, possesses Saperton, in Wickhambreaux, 429, a.

Beale, Benjamin, inventor of the bathing at Margate, 323.

Beaumont, admiral Basil drowned. 15.

Bede, Venerable, 218.

Bedford, Mrs. lessee of Newland grange, in St. Laurence, 382.

Bekesborne, parish of, 431, a.

Belknap's, 31.

Belmontseat, near Ramsgate, 378.

Benchkin, John, 141.

Benskin's, of Woodnesborough, 138, 139.

Bere's, alias Byer's, 250, 303, 383.

Bereham, land of, 65.

Beresford, Gilbert, present rector of Fordwich, 427, a.

Berewic, J. de, iter of, 273, 333.

Berry, Thomas, 131.

Bertie, Henry, 53; hon. Susan, 53, 59; Peregrine, ibid. 283.

Bethlem hospital, governors of, possess Hartanger manor, in Barson, 75; a farm at Clyvesend, in Thanet, 385.

Betshanger, parish of, 44, 439, a.

Bifronsseat, in Patrixborne, 105.

Billingsley, Samuel, 59; Billingsley's, 86.

Bing's, 350.

Birchington, parish of, 227, 236, 258, 294, 312, 345, 444, a, chapel of, 259, 262, 263; church of, 311.

Birchington, Stephen, monk of Christ-church, 234.

Bishopsborne, parish of, 434, a.

Bix, William, 129.

Black wand, borne by the mayor of Sandwich, 164.

Blanch, John, 205.

Blaxland, Henry, 244.

Blean, alias Hothe manor, 444, a.

Blechenden, Thomas, 140; John, 307; Blechenden's, 143, 258, 259. See also Blychenden.

Blengate, hundred of, 236.

Blome, Elizabeth, 287.

Blychenden, Thomas, 138.

Bobdale wood, in Thanet, 225.

Bocoland. See Buckland.

Bodkins farm, in Swalecliffe, 192.

Bolder flints, 210.

Bolingbroke, George, viscount, 41, 283, 284, 381.

Bookey, Mathew, cl. 143; capt. William, 400.

Borlase, Dr. his history, 330.

Borowart, lath of, 255.

Botany, 19, 232.

Boteler, William, 74, 112; possesses and resides at a house at Brook-street, in Eastry, 99; Katherine, 114.

Boteler's, of Eythorne, 69; of Brook-street, account of, 99; of Heronden, account of, 107, 109, 137, 138; of Eastry, 116, 117, 441, a.

Bowdon, Sir John, 65.

Boxley, manor of, 121.

Boyman's, of Sandwich, 211.

Boys, Thomas, 21; Christopher, 27; Edward, of Betshanger, 39; Boys's, of the same, 40; account of, 45, 48; Sir Edward, 173; John, 172; Boys's, of Fredville, 68; of Eythorne, 68, 73, 77; of Barson, 76; of Denton, 77; of Hoad, 73; William, of Tilmanstone, 79; of the same, 86; William, of Sandwich, 112; possesses Statenborough, with Gore farm, in Eastry, 113: account of him, ibid. 441, a. his Collections for Sandwich, 122; Boys's, of Sandwich, 134, 181; account of, 441, a. John, of Betshanger farm, 438, a. 440, a. possesses Each farm, in Woodnesborough, 442, a. his treatise on the state of agriculture in Kent, 223.

Brabant, persecution for religion in, 160.

Bradley's, of Sandwich, 211.

Bradstow, in Thanet. See Broadstairs.

Bradstow, our lady of, 365.

Bradhall, William, 239

Brandon, Philip, present curate of Upper Deal, 14.

Brandred, manor of, 5.

Bray, John, junior, lieutenant of Sandowne castle, 13.

Braybrooke, Robert de, 411.

Brent, Edward, 175.

Breton, William and Eliab, possess Downbarton manor and shoart, 239; Bartlett's, alias Thoneton, in St. Nicholas, 240; Richard, 301, 421.

Brett, John, 66; Charles, 176; Jerom, 240; Brett's, of Wye, 46.

Brewse, William de, 429, a.

Brice, Richard, possesses Manston manor, in St. Laurence, 381.

Bridger, Peter, 360.

Bridges, Sir Brook William, possesses South, alias Upper Hamwold, in Woodnesborough, 134; lessee of the demesnes of Monkton manor, 256; resides at Gunston, 431, a. —lady, possesses Gunston house and park, and resides there, ibid.

Bridges, Mrs. Mary, possesses a house in St. Nicholas, 237; John, lessee of St. Nicholascourt farm, 241; Thomas, 443, a. Bridges's, of St. Nicholas, 237, 240, 243, 244, 245; John possesses Frosts, in St. Nicholas, 242; of Glamorganshire, account of, 237; John, 243.

Bridges's, of Wootton, 435, a. See also Brydges.

Bridewell and Bethlem hospitals, governors of, possess Garlings farm, in Thanet, 314.

Bridle roads, frequent in Thanet.

Brightlingsea, in Sussex, a member of Sandwich, 152.

Brimsdale farm, in Eythorne, 64.

Britons, in Thanet, 229, 230.

Broadgate, alias Brockmans manor, in Birchington, 305.

Broadley, John, 115; Mrs. possesses Upper Hales, in Thanet, 241.

Broadstairs, ville of, 227, 364.

Brockhull, Thomas, 134.

Brockman, John, 305.

Brockmans manor. See Broadgate.

Brome's, 435, a.

Brompton Hamlet, in Thanet, 356.

Broode-stairs, in Birchington, 296.

Brooke, Samuel, 308; Robert, 349, 399; Edward, 383, 384; Mathew, clerk, 401; Brooke's, of Margate, 350.

Brook-street, in Eastry, 99.

Brooksend manor, in Birchington, 304.

Brotherly's, 401.

Broughton's, of Sandwich, 211,

Browne, Sir Thomas, 65, 73. 75; Miss possesses Chapel-hill house, in Thanet, 314.

Browne, James, 343; Edward, 441. a. Browne's, 401.

Bryan, William, 112.

Brydges, Samuel Egerton, 279; possesses Gatehurst, in Denton, 435, a. see also Bridges.

Buchard, William, 186.

Buck, Robert, 389; Buck's, of Yorkshire, possesses a moiety of Ellington, in Thanet, ibid.

Buckett, John, 397.

Buckland Ville, and farm of, in Woodnesborough, 111, 130; tithes of, 131, 138.

Buckland barns, in Woodnesbo rough, 131.

Buckland, parish of, 437, a.

Buller, John, 301: William, 307.

Bulwark, Great and Little, in Deal, 12.

Bunce, Wheler, present rector of Ham, 44; vicar of St. Clement's, in Sandwich, 215.

Bunce, William, clerk, 211; Bunce's, 42.

Burdett, Edward, 14.

Burchett, Josiah, 175, 176, 212.

Burkett, John, cl. 259.

Burial ground, antient Roman one, at Eastry, 101; at Margate, 331.

Burt, John, 137.

Burton, Francis, 271.

Burley, Sir Simon de, 39, 411.

Burville's, 86.

Busby, Thomas, 244.

Bushell, John, 131; Benjamin, lessee of Birchington parsonage, 309, with Wood parsonage annexed, 311.

Butler, Henry, 431, a.

Butts for archery, in Eastry, 101; in Thanet, 237.

Byer's, alias Bere's, 250, 303, 383. See alsoBere's.

Byrch, Rev. William Dejovas, 279; Byrch's, of Canterbury, 434, a.

C.

Cæsar, Julius, 6, 7, 24.

Cæsar, Sir Thomas, 66.

Callys, or Callis Grange, in Thanet, 360, 375, 376.

Calonne, M. de, 435, a.

Calthorpe, 88, 94.

Cambridge, scholarshipsin Gonvylle and Caius college, 192; in St. John's college, 235, 296.

Cambridge, president, &c. of Queen's college in, possessSt. Nicholas court, in Thanet, 241.

Camden, earl, 447, a.

Canary seed, sown in Thanet, 222.

Cannon, John, junior, lesseeof Walmer parsonage, 28; James possessesa moiety of Lydde Court In-grounds, 148.

Canons, alias Chiltern Langley, priory of, 39, 303.

Canute, king, 154.

Canterbury, archbishops of, 5, 58, 79, 130, 155, 156, 192, 426, a. 427, a. 430, a. Baldwin, 42, 118, 260; Becket, 104, 183; Corboil, 141; Cranmer, 28, 187, 382; Cuthbert, 271; Edmund, 42; Islip, 118, 260; Juxon, 28, 61, 247; Langham, 120, 261; Meopham, 69; Moore, 208, 387; Moreton, 81, 158; Parker, 191, 212, 227, 238, 268, 297, 310, 313; Peckham, 5, 119; Reynolds, 60; Richard, 259; Robert, 403; Stigand, 4; Stratford, 238; Theobald, 288; Theodore, 270; Wake, 13, 86; Warham, 342; Whitgift, 212; Winchelsea, 245; Wulfred, 65.

Canterbury, archbishop of, possesses Court, Ash, and Deal Prebend manorS, 5, 6; patronof Deal chapel, 14; possessesa portion of tithes in Deal, 22; the advowson of Deal rectory, ibid. the parsonage and advowson of Walmer curacy, 28; Southwood, in Waldershare, 58; the parsonage and advowson of of Waldershare, 60; the parsonage and advowson of Tilmanstone vicarage, 86; the advowson of Eastry vicarage, 119; Word, Minnis, 145; the parsonage and ad vowson of St. Nicholas vicarage, 247; the advowson of Monkton vicarage, 261; the advowson of Minster vicarage, 291; Salmestone, with Deane, 336; the advowson of St. John's vicarage, 354; the advowson of St. Peter's vicarage, 376; the advowson of St. Laurence vicarage, in Thanet, 405.

Canterbury, see of, 5, 103, 111, 238, 245, 259, 336.

Canterbury, archdeacon of, possessesthe parsonage and advowson of St. Mary's vicarage, 202, and the advowson of St. Clement's vicarage, in Sandwich, 212.
-, — archdeacons, Gheast, 212; Redman, 213.
-, — school, scholarships for, 235.
-, — deans of, 192.
-, —dean and chapter of, 147, 191; possesses Eastry manor, 104; parsonage, 119, and manor of the almnery of Christ-church, in Eastry, ibid. Monkton manor, 256; parsonage, 260; Aldeland grange, in Minster, 282; Brooksend manor, 305, and parsonage of Birchington, 309; Caley's grange, in St. Peter's, 360, 361, 372; Offunden grange, in St. Laurence, 381.
-, — priory of Christchurch, in, 65, 103, 106, 117, 147, 149, 154, 155, 156, 245, 259, 304, 341, 409, 414, 415; priors of, 256.
-, — St. Augustine's monastery in, 2, 130, 137, 208, 236, 265, 266, 272, 278, 281, 283, 333, 340, 351, 360, 374, 381, 382, 384, 385, 404, 407, 409, 412, 414, 415, 418.

Canterbury, hospitals in, 361, 372.
-, — mayor and commonalty of, sessees of Caleys grange, in Thanet, 361, 372,— 452, a.

Cantey's, Nicholas, 349.

Cantium of Ptolemy, where situated, 357.

Capell's, 86, 109, 385.

Cardisse, Thomas, cl. 348.

Carey, Sir Philip, 275, 276, 278; John 285.

Carraway's, 401.

Carricke, a great one sunk in Sandwich harbour, 159.

Carter, John, 8.

Casaubon, Meric, cl. 263; account of, 292, 293.

Casby's, 401.

Cason, John, 143; Cason's, of Woodnesborough, 140.

Castillon, John, D. D. 293.

Caves in Thanet, why made, 225.

Caylas, count, his antiquities, 330.

Cecil-square, at Margate, 322.

Celts found near Margate, account of, 229.

Ceoldred, king of Mercia, 122.

Cerdice, Saxon chief, 406; Cerdices Oran, 407.

Chadwick, Robert, 47.

Chambers, Samuel, sberiss, knighted, 448, a.

Chambers wall farm, 243.

Chamberlains fee manor, in Deal, 2.

Champneis, William, 92; Champneis's possesses Ringleton, in Woodnesborough, 137.

Champneis's, of Westenhanger, ibid.

Chancellor, lord, 447, 449, a.

Chaplain, antient, stipend of, 290.

Chapel hill house, in Thanet, 314, 444, a.

Chapel bottom, 339.

Charlton, parish of, 437, a.

Cheap-row, in Minister, 285.

Chenalopex, or bargander, frequents Thanet, 232.

Chenoltone. See Knolton.

Chesmunds wood, in Thanet 225.

Chesterfield, Philip, earl of, 280.

Chewney, Nicholas, cl. 244, 348, 443, a.

Chiche's, 240.

Chilham, barony of, 30.

Chillenden, parish of, 92, 95, 441, a.

Chillenden's, 96.

Chilson Hamlet, in St. Laurence, 378.

Chistlet, parish of, 428, a.

Cholwick, Mr. 434, a.

Christ's hospital, governors of, possess a rent charge out of Hartanger, in Barson, 75.

Christ-church, manor of the almnery of, 119.

Christians-court farm, in Wood nesborough, 126.

Church-gate farm, in Woodnesborough, 126.

Church, William, 234.

Church livings, differently estimatedin East and West Kent, 43.

Chute, Arthur, 240.

Chychele, Wm. archdeacon of Canterbury, 341.

Cilledene. See Chillenden.

Cinque Ports, jurisdiction of, 1, 9, 24, 29, 121, 152, 155, 236, 250, 296, 310, 312, 355, 377, 386, 388, 389, 407,
-, — wardens of, 12, 39, 146, 165, 178, 204, 205, 390, 412.

Clapham, Christopher, 301.

Clare, honor of, 75.

Clare's, earls of Gloucester, 26.

Clarke, John, 92.

Clements, Nathaniel, 277.

Clerk, Richard, D. D. 285, 292.

Cleve, Thomas, 348.

Cleave-Court seat, in Monkton, 256.

Cleveland, John, 176.

Cleves, lady Anne of, 12.

Cleybrooke's, of Thanet, 233, 342, 348.

Cleymond, John, cl. 239.

Cliff End, Great and Little, Hamlet, in St. Laurence, 378; manor, 385. See also Clyvesend.

Cliss end, in Minister, 232, 265.

Clifford's, 48.

Clinton, William de, 180, 200, 339.

Clitherow's, 131.

Clyvesend, in Minister, 265.

Clyvesend manor, in St. Laurcnce, 385; See also Cliff's end.

Cnolton, ville of, 137, See also Knolton.

Cnute, king, 272, 278, 414.

Cobb, Francis, 324, 444, a. Cobb's of Margate, 350.

Cobham, Henry Brook, lordwarden, 390.

Cobeham, John. de, 231.

Cock's, Thomas, 45, 48.

Coenulph, king of Mercia, 64.

Coin, gold one, found at Woodnesborough, 124; British, found in Thanet, 230; Roman, 332, 368.

Colby's, 52.

Cold Friday borough, 122; street, 123, 124.

Coldred, parish, of, 435, a. for. tisications at, ibid.

Colebrooke's, of Chilham castle, 251, 257.

Coleman's, of Minister, 287, 351.

Collard, Henry, possesses, Sarre manor, 251.

Collard, Ambrose, possesses Waschester farm, in Minister, 279, 443, a. Ambrose, 343.

Collet, Mathew, 41, 42.

Collins, Wm. 239.

Colt, Stephen, 21.

Colubels, Ranulph, 72.

Colyswood, in Thanet, 225.

Combes, Bartholomew, 211.

Conant, John, present master of Sandwich school, 194; rector of St. Peter's in Sandwich, 209.

Condie's, 67, 198, 200.

Condie's Chantry, in Sandwich, 215.

Constantine, emperor, coin of, 229.

Conway, Capt. 391.

Conyngham, Ellen, countess dowager of, possesses Minister abbey and manor, 277.

Conyngham, earls and viscounts 176, 276; account of, 277, 328.

Cooke, William, 111; Cooke's, 374.

Cooksborough, in Statenborough, 112.

Coombe hamlet, in Woodnesborough, 123.

Coppin, John, 348, 435, a. Thomas, 399; Coppin's, of Deal, 21.

Copthall, in Wickhambreaux, 429, a.

Corbie's, of Boughton Malherb, 280.

Corn gavel, rent, in Thanet, 275, 276.

Cornhill, Reginald de, 280.

Corporations, inimical to strangers, 161.

Cosnan, John, 92; Mrs 429.

Countess Pillar, in Thanet, 363.

Court Ash, alias Deal Prebend, manor of, 4, 5.

Court leet and baron, ill consequence of the neglect of, 265.

Court-Stairs, alias Pegwell, manor of, 281; hamlet, in St. Laurence, 378.

Cousemaker, George, 126; Couseamker's, account of, 139.

Coutts, Thomas, 56.

Cowell's, 244, 350.

Cowfield, Henry, 180.

Cowper, Peter Lewis, earl, possesses the tithes of Chamberlain's Fee, in Deal, 22; Felderland and Upton farms, in Word, 145; Clyvesend manor, in Thanet, 385.

Cox's, of Tilmanstone, 80, 81, 86.

Coxens, 401.

Crawthorne, Bertrine de, 186.

Crayford, Edward, 240; Crayford's of Mongeham, 83.

Craythorne, borough of, 36, 78.

Cressemer, Drue Astley, clerk, 115.

Crevequer, Hamo de, 25, 106, 179; Crevequer's, 141, 250, 251; barony of, 125, 127.

Crickett, Richard, possesses Appleton manor, in Waldershare, 59; Crickett's, of Sandwich, 200.

Criol, Nicholas de, 26, 27, 28, 40; Criol's, 26, 27, 250, 382, 402.

Grispe, Henry, alias Bonjour, story of him, 299, 300, 348; Anne Gertruy, 305.

Crispe's, of Thanet, 181, 233, 241, 257, 258; of Quekes, account of, 297, 304, 306, 307, 308, 420.

Cromwell, Oliver, the protector, 299.

Cullin's, 244.

Culmer, Richard, the noted fanatic, 288; account of, 293; Richard, 369.

Culmer's, of Thanet, 365, 372, 374.

Cultivation, high state of, in Thanet, 223.

Cumberland, duke of, 448, a.

Curbespine, Ralph de, 51, 57, 72.

Curling, William, 344; Curling's, of Thanet, 233, 401; lessees of Tilmanstone parsonage, 86.

Customs, establishment of, at Margate, 328.

Cuthred, king of Kent, 64.

Cymene, the Saxon chief, 406; Cymenes Oran, 407.

Cyrie Sceat, or Church Scot, a Saxon custom, 260.

D.

D'Aeth, Sir Narborough, possesses North-court manor, 80, and South-court, in Tilmanstone, 81; Knolton manor, house and advowson of rectory, 92, 94; Shrinkling manor, 106; Sandowne manor, 150; Wickhambreaux manor, and advowson of rectory, 429, a. —Francis, cl. 68; Sir Thomas, 88; Thomas, 175; D'Aeth's, barts. of Knolton, 87; account of, 91, 93, 94.

Dandelion, in Thanet, 337; family of, ibid. See also Daundelyon.

Dane, Robert, 65; Thomas, 304.

Dane-Court manor and Seat, in Tilmanstone, 81; manor, in St. Peter's, in Thanet, 359.

Dane Pits, in Walmer, 25.

Danes frequent Sandwich, 153, 154, 197; infest the Isle of Thanet, 225, 231, 271, 272.

Danes and Saxons, battle of, 364, 368.

Danson, Thomas, 200.

Dare, Mrs. possesses a house in Felderland, and resides there, 100; possesses Hackling farm, in Word, 145; William, 115; Dare's, of Fenderland, 117.

Darell, Robert, 300.

Daubridgecourt, Sir Nicholas, 132.

Dauling's, of Ringwold, 32, 33.

Daundelyon, Marcellus, abbot of St. Augustine's, 234; John, 349. See also Dandelion.

Dawes, Bethel, 20, 21.

Dawney, hon. Henry, 92.

Deal, Town and Port of, 1; formerly a member of Sandwich, 152; Upper, village of, 14.

Deal Prebend, manor of, 5.

Deal, boatmen of, their dexterity in saving ships from wreck, 17.

Denne, John, cl. 372.

Deanries, new ones, instituted and abolished, 404.

Deer, Domneva's, story of, 269, 296.

Degnez, John, 429, a.

Dekewer, John, possesses the Middle farm, in Heronden, 109; John, 183, 196, 200, 371; Dekewer's, of Sandwich, 201; of Hackney, 373.

Deleway, Thomas, 254.

Dene manor, in Thanet, 338, 346; chapel, 314.

Denn-Court manor, in Woodnesborough, 132, 184, 185.

Denne's, 304.

Denton, parish of, 92, 434, a.

Derine, son of Sired, 4.

Dering, John, of Egerton, 105; Sir Edward, 42, 55, 148, 431, a. Charles, lessee of Ossunden grange, in Thanet, 381; George, 431, a. Charles, ib.

Despencer, Hugh le, 31.

Deveson's, of Sandwich, 211.

Diggs, Dudley, 349; Sir Dudley, 431, a. Dudley's, 350, 351.

Dilnot, John, 3.

Disgavelled lands, 68, 73, 280.

Dixwell, Sir Basil, 77, 91.

Docksey, William, 140, 143.

Dodmore, Ralph, 112.

Dodsworth, Rev. Francis, 293; present vicar of Minster, 294.

Dola, now Deal, 1.

Domitian, Roman emperor, coin of, 230.

Domneva, alias Ermenburga, daughter of Ermenfred, 102, 268, 270, 271, 278.

Dover, town and port of, 155, 236, 295, 296, 310, 312, 325, 355, 437, a. members of, 29; mayor and jurats of, 366.

Dover castle, lands held of, 31, 38, 44, 51, 58, 72, 75, 77, 125, 126, 127, 130; constables of, 24, 56, 411, 412.

Dover, Richard, fuffragan bishop of, 39, 303.

Dover, Fulbert de, 30.

Douglas, Sylvester, 56; Rev. Mr. his Nænia Britannica, 122.

Dowden, John, 131.

Downe Barton manor, in Thanet, 238, 240.

Downhamford, hundred of, 236.

Downs, channel of, 15.

Downs house, in Word, 148.

Drake, Francis, 173.

Drapers hospital, in Thanet, 345.

Druids, instruments of, found, 331.

Ducarel's, 47.

Dudley and Ward, John, viscount, 407, 421.

Dudsmancomb manor, 5.

Dumpton hamlet, in Thanet, 356, 397.

Dun-Street, in Thanet, 229.

Dundas, Mr. Secretary, 447, 449, 451, a.

Dunkirk, ville of, 425, a.

Dutch Admiralty, agent for, at Deal, 11.

Dutch, parsimony of, to save the ship duties, 18.

Dutch, settlers at Sandwich, 162, 168.

Dyge, John, 65.

Dyneley's, alias Dingley's, 126, 282, 284, 380, 384.

E.

Each, alias Upper Each manor, in Woodnesborough, 123; Each End, ibid. farm, in the same, 442, a.

Eadburgate, near Sandwich, 156.

Earthquakes, felt in Kent, 14, 374.

Eastanores, Eastanscore, now Stonar, 406, 409, 410, 414.

Easterige, now Eastry, 102.

East India Company, agent for, at Deal, 11.

Eastry, hundred of, 35, 439, a. parish of, 98, 441, a. street, borough of, 36; manor, 436, a. church of, 150, 151.

Eastry, Henry de, prior of Christ-church, account of, 101.

Eaton, Richard Monins, clerk, 32, 33.

Ebbsfleet, in Thanet 229, 230, 265, 266, 409, 410.

Edburga, St. abbess of Minster, 271, 278.

Eddius Stephanus, 154.

Edgecumbe, Richard, lord, 54.

Ediva, queen, 255, 258.

Edolph's, of St. Radigund's, 32, 33.

Edsworth's, 427, a.

Egbert, king of Kent, 102, 248, 268

Eleanor, queen, 156.

Elector Palatine, embarks at Margate, 320.

Electrum, amulets of, found in Thanet, 229.

Elgar's, 131, 211.

Eleham, parish of, 198.

Ellington, in Thanet, 388.

Ellington, family of, ibid.

Elliot, George, of Upton, in Essex, 298, 304.

Ellis's hospital, alias St. Thomas's, in Sandwich, 183; chantry, 215.

Ellis, Thomas, 183, 215, 216.

Elmington, Elmton manor, in Eythorne, 67.

Elmstone, parish of, 428, a.

Elmston's, 372.

Elware, Thomas, 114.

Elys, Thomas, of Sandwich, 132, 198.

Elys's, 133.

Emma, queen, 154, 197, 410.

Emptage's, of St. Nicholas, 244.

England, Mr. the organ builder, 441, a.

Epps, Thomas, 259.

Ermenfrid, brother of king Egbert, 268.

Ermengitha, sister o Domneva, 268, 271.

Espine, Dna del, 284.

Estenburge. See Statenborough.

Estre, in Huntingdonshire, 101.

Estrea, now Eastry, lath of, 72, 103; hundred of, 155; church of, 117.

Ethelbert, king, 410.

Ethelbright, son of Ermensrid, 102, 268.

Ethelred, king, 103, 154, 258.

Ethelred, son of Ermenfrid, 102, 268.

Evans, Owen, cl. 423.

Everard's, of St. Nicholas, 134, 244.

Everden's, of St. Nicholas, 244.

Evers, Thomas, 397; Ever's, 401.

Ewe, countess of, 89, 136.

Ewell, parish of, 436, a.

Ewell, Robert, cl. 76; Ewell's, 77.

Exeter, John, 359.

Eythorne, parish of, 62, 92, 440, a. Lower, borough of, 37.

F.

Fagg, Thomas, 41, 42; William, 234; Sir John, present vicar of St. Nicholas, in Thanet, 253; John, heirs of, 397.

Fairs and wakes, origin of, 344.

Falkland, Carey's, viscounts, 278.

Fane, Sir George, 173.

Farbrace, George, trustees of, lessees of Court Ash.

Dudmanscombe and Brandred manor, 5.

Farnaby, John, 68.

Farrer, Josias Farrer, possesses Cleves-court, in Monkton, 257, 293; Updowne, in St. John's, Margate, 315.

Fasham's, 20.

Faussett's, of Heppington, 433, a.

Fawlkner's, 117.

Fayernesse gate, in Thanet, 313.

Feast, sumptuous one, in the Mote park, 449, a.

Fector, John Minet, possesses Updowne place, in Ham, 42; Peter, possesses aseat, in Eythorne, 63; Green farm, in the same, 64; Grove manor, in Woodnesborough, 130; Fector's, account of, 63.

Felborough, upper half hundred of, 428, a.

Felderland, or Fenderland, borough and hamlet of, 36, 100, 145.

Fellows, Edmund, cl 308.

Felons, formerly punished by drowning, 146.

Fenn, Edward, 239.

Fennel, growing in Thanet, 232.

Feoffees houses, in Minster.

Ferrers, Henry, 128.

Fermor, Rev. John Shirley, 277.

Ferry at Sarre, in Thanet, 248, 249.

Field, Sir Charles Ventris, 437, a.

Fienes, John de, 38, 44.

Finch, Nathaniel, sergeant at law, 174; Mrs. possesses St. Nicholas court farm, in Thanet, 241; John, of Limne, 243; Mr. lessee of Monkton parsonage, 260; Finch's, of Sandwich, 180.

Finglesham, in Norborne, 111.

Fish, monstrous one, cast on shore in Thanet, 367.

Fishery, at Margate, 327.

Fitz-Adam, Simon de, 75.

Fitzbernard's, 38, 39, 40.

Fitzgerald, Captain, 92.

Flanders, persecution for religion in, 160.

Fleet, William, 128, 129; Fleet's, of St. John's, in Thanet, 314.

Fleet hamlet, in St. John's, in Thanet, 314.

Fleets, royal ones, rendezvous at Sandwich, 157, 171.

Flemming, one murdered at Stonar, 416, 417.

Flemmings, settle at Sandwich, 208.

Flemmings, Great and Little, hamlet, in Woodnesborough, 123.

Fleta de, family of, 314.

Florentinus, St. 287.

Fog, Thomas, 27.

Fogge, Sir Thomas, 39; Richard, 84; Fogge's, of Repton, 26, 40; of Tilmanstone, 81, 82, 86.

Folet, William, 79, 111.

Folkestone, barony of, 179.

Fontibus, Ingelram de, 75.

Forbes, John, M D. 349.

Fordwich, a member of Sandwich, 152; parish of, 427, a.

Foreman, Luke, possesses Stonar manor and advowson, 421, 422.

Forster, Wm. cl. 68; Elizabeth, 70; Mr. Justice, 423.

Fowell, John, D. D. 129.

Fox, Hon. Charles James, 301, 338, 364.

Fox, General, 446, 447, a.

Foying, employment of, in Thanet, 228, 362.

Francis, Michael, 134.

Freeman, Thomas, cl. 74.

French, burn and plunder Sandwich, 156, 157, 158, 171, 197, 200; burn Stonar, 411.

Frenchbourn, Christopher, 346.

Friend, Anne, 114, 441, a. John, lessee of Brooksend manor, 305, 444, a. Captain George, 307.

Friga, Saxon goddess, 124.

Frisket wood, in Thanet, 225.

Froghill, in St. John's, Margate, 346.

Frosts, in St. Nicholas, in Thanet, 242, 243.

Frynne's, alias Friend's, 117.

Fuller, Thomas, of Statenborough, 112, 113, 116, 441, a. Edward, 234; Fuller's, of Statenborough, 115, 117.

Fuller's earth, falsely supposed to befound near Ramsgate, 378.

Fulnetby, Thomas, 197.

Furnese, Sir Henry, 167, 175, 195, 200, 381; Sir Robert, 301; Furnese's, of Waldershare, 40; account of, 54, 59, 60, 83, 148, 149, 283; of Sandwich, 205.

Fylmer, Robert, 205.

Fynch, John, 239.

G.

Gallia hatchets, 330.

Garden of Kent, where, 147.

Gardeners, settle at Sandwich, 161, 168.

Garland's, 240.

Garling ville, farm andhamlet, in St. John's, Margate, 314, 329, 345; manor, aliasWestgate, SeeWestgate.

Garling green, in Petham, 432, a.

Garrett, Thomas, possessesUpper Court, in St. Lawrence, 383; Nether-court, in the same, 384; Mark Sellers, ibid. John possesses a moiety of Ellington, in St. Laurence, 389; Garrett's, of St. Laurence, 401.

Garrow, William, possessesa house at Pegwell, in St. Laurence, and resides there, 378.

Garwinton's, of Bekesborne, 341.

Gason, John, 167; Gason's, of Apulton, 96.

Gatehurst, alias Gattridge, in Denton, 435, a.

Gaunt, Robert, 33.

Gedding, borough of, 36.

Genlade, stream of, 218.

Gentlemen farmers, in Thanet, 222.

George, Edward, resides at Statenborough, 441, a.

Gestling, water of, near Sandwich, 146.

Gibbon, John, occupier of Caleys grange, in Thanet, 361.

Gibbs, William, 141.

Gifford, Walter, 128.

Gilbert, Thomas, 205.

Gillingham, prior of Christ-church in Canterbury, 341.

Gillow, Thomas, of St. Nicholas, 238; lessee of St. Nicholas parsonage, 247, 443, a. Mrs. lessee of Sarre parsonage, 252; Anne resides at St. Nicholas, in Thanet, 443, a. Gillow's, 140, 244; of St. Laurence, 401.

Gipps, George, present rector of Ringwold, 34.

Gipps, George, trustees of, possess Bossenden manor, 425, a. a seat in Harbledowne, ibid. the estate of St. Gregories priory, 426, a. Poldhurst portion of tithes, ibid. Newhouse, in Thanington Thanington manor and parsonage, and St. Dunstan's parsonage, ibid. Rushborne tithery, 427, a. Goldstone parsonage, 430, a. Gilton parsonage, ibid. Nackington parsonage, 432, a. Mrs. besidesat Harbledowne, 426, a.

Gloucester, duke of, 448, a.

Glover, John, 350.

Goddard, Christian, 114.

Godfrey's, 258.

Godwyn, earl, 15.

Golding, Captain, 300.

Goldwell, Thomas, 52.

Goldsborough, John de, 65; Peter de, 127.

Gollesberge, manor of, 155.

Goodneston, parish of, 431, a.

Goodwin sands, account of, 15.

Gookin's, 3. 33.

Gordon, Mr. his Itin Septent. 300.

Gore hamlet, in Eastry, 100; parm in the same, 113.

Gore-end, in Birchington, 236, 246, 294, 295.

Gore-street, in Monkton, 254.

Gore's, 308.

Goshall's, of Ash, 282, 284, 384.

Goviere, Robert, 411.

Gray's, 374.

Greadier's, 244.

Green, Jenkin, 215; Thomas, cl. 294; Mr. of Camberwell, the sculptor, 59.

Greenfarm, in Eythorne, 64.

Green's chantry, in Sandwich, 210, 215.

Greenall, Robert, cl. 60.

Greenshield, Henry, of Sandwich, 184; Greenshield's, 133.

Greenwich hospital, governers of, 358, 359.

Grey, Gen. Sir Charles, 446, 447, 448, a.

Grove, Sir John, 128, 204, 208; Grove's, of Tunstall, 127, 141.

GROVE manor, in Woodnesborough, 127.

Grubbe, Robert, 67.

Guildford, George-Augustus, earl of, captainof Deal castle, 13; possesses Waldershare manor and HOUSE, 56; park and farm, in Eythorne, 63; the alternate presentation of Eythorne rectory, 70; Barville, in Tilmanstone, 83; Lydde-court, out-grounds, 149; lesseeof Salmestone grauge, in Thanet, 337; Francis, earl of, 83, 149; earls of, account of, 55.

Guildford, Catherine, countess dowager of, 119, 301; trustees of, lesseeof Word parsonage, 151.

Guile shares, in Thanet, what, 228.

Guldeford, George, 67; Guldeford's, 69.

Guile shres, in Thanet, what, 228.

Gudeford, George, 67; Gul deford's, 69.

Gurney's, of Shottenden, 351.

H.

Hackenden downe, or banks, in Thanet, 356, 363, 368.

Hacket, Osbern, 135; Hacket's, 133.

Hackling, borough of, 36, 145, 439, a. farm, in Word, 145.

Hains hamlet, in St. Laurence, 378.

Hale, Upper and Nether, in St. Nicholas, in Thanet, 240.

Hales, Sir Christopher, 68, 112; Sir Thomas Pym, 126; dame Mary possessesChurch-gate farm, in Woodnesborough, ibid. Sir Edward, 193; James, 241; Hales's, of Tenterden, 3.

Halfnod's, of Sandwich, 211.

Halles, Thomas, 135.

Hallicandane hamlet, in St. Laurence, 378.

Ham, parish of, 37, 439, a.

Hammill, tithes of, 135. See alsoHamwold.

Hammond, William, possessesa farm in Chillenden, 95, 96; Hammond's, 360.

Hammonds, aliasTewkers, in Woodnesborough, 133.

Hamwold, Hamolde, alias HammillL, a borough, district, and manor, in Woodnesborough, 122, 132; South, alias Upper, 133.

Hamwold, alias Hammillcourt, in the same, 134.

Hannis's, of St. Nicholas, 243, 244.

Harbinge, rooms so called, in St. John's hospital, in Sandwich, 182.

Harbledown, parish of, 425, a. hospital in, 361, 372.

Hardenden, borough of, 36, 106.

Hardiles, lands, in Woodnesborough, 114, 139, 284.

Hardres, Upper, parish of, 72, 432, a. Lower, ibid.

Hardres, Robert de, 75.

Hardwick, earl of, possesses Dumpton, in St. Peter's, 356.

Hardy, Josiah, 92, 429.

Harley tower, in Thanet, 363.

Harley, Hon. Thomas, ibid. 445, a.

Harnett, Henry and John, possessesPowcies, in Minster, 283; Harnett's, 287, 401.

Harpur, Sir Harry, possessesand resides at Stone, in St. Peter's, in Thanet, 357.

Harrington, lady, 447, a.

Harrison, William, present vicar of St. John's, in Thanet, 355.

Harvey, Underdowne, possesses Brimsdale farm, in Ey thorne, 64; Capt. John, 99. 113; account of his glorious conduct, 109, 110; Mrs. Judith possessesUpper Farm, aliasHernden, in Eastry, 109; Henry Wife residesat the same, 110; Anne, 115; Richard, 149; Reverend Richard. 116; Richard, present vicar of Eastry, 121; Richard, jun. present vicar of St. Laurence, in Thanet, 406; present curate of Wingham, 430, a. Sir Henry, K. B. 441, a.

Harvey's, of Eythorne, account of, 64; of Dane-court, 69; account of, 82; of Barson, account of, 73; of Barfield, or Barville, account of, 82; of Eastry, 117; of Combe, 145, 239, 240.

Harwood, in Bedfordshire, nuns of, 69.

Hartanger manor, in Bsr son, 74; tithes of, 76.

Hartanger, William de, 75.

Harty's, of Birchington, 233.

Hastings, Laurence, 340.

Hatchet, 131.

Hatcombe, Robert, 411.

Hatton, Michael, 82; Sir Robert, 173; Hatton's, of Dane court, 85.

Haut's, 342.

Hawker, John, 3, 112, 441, a. Hawker's, of Sandwich, 211.

Hawkesley, Martha, 397.

Hawkins, Thomas, 374.

Hawkshill close, in Walmer, 24.

Hawley-square, in Margate, 323.

Hawley, Sir Henry, possesses Dene manor and Hengrave, in St. John's, in Thanet, 341.

Hay, George, LL. D. 176.

Hayward, Gervas, 82, 138; John, 112; Hayward's, of Sandwich, 199, 211.

Hearne, Mr. the antiquarian, 330.

Heasleden downe, in Waldershare, 50.

Hegythe Thorne. See Eythorne.

Heghigdale, in Thanet, 269, 270.

Helena, the Roman empress, coin of, 332.

Helpestone, bailiff of Sandwich, 141.

Hemming, the Danish chief, 296.

Hemmings bay, in Birchington, ibid.

Hengist, the Saxon chief, 230, 265.

Hengrave, in St. John's, in Thanet, 338, 340.

Henley, Anthony, 53.

Hennebrigge, in Thanet, 416, 419, 421.

Henniker, William, 244; Sir John possesses and resides at a house at Broadstairs, in Thanet, 360.

Hepesflete, in Thanet, 229, 230, 416. See also Ebbsflete.

Herculaneum, city of, 330.

Hermit, one at Sandwich, 201.

Heringod, Sir Stephen, 339.

Hernden Hamlet, in Eastry, 100.

Herne, parish of, 427, a. church of, 246, 247.

Heron, Thomas, of Chilham castle, 251.

Heronden, alias Harden , borough and district, in Eastry, 106.

Heronden's, account of, 107.

Herson hamlet, in St. Laurence, 378.

Hertinge. See Hartanger.

Hewett, Thomas, cl. 353.

Hey, William, 176; Thomas, 430, a.

Heynes, John, cl. 307.

Heyre, Michael, vicar of Woodnesborough, 140, 141.

Hilsborough, countess of, 363.

Hill, John, 140, 141.

Hilpurton, bailiff of Sandwich, 141.

Hlyden. See Lydde-court.

Hipwines Fleet. See Ebbsfleet.

Hockley, John, 20.

Holben, Thomas, 65.

Holman's, of Ramsgate, 400, 401.

Holland, Henry, 52; HenryFox, lord, 301, 314, 338, 362, 364.

Holland, the shortest passage to, 320.

Holnis, Edward, 32.

Honywood, John, cl. 433, a.

Hoo hamlet, in Minster, 280.

Hooper, Capt. Hooper's, 401.

Hooper's hill Hamlet, at Margate, 326.

Hospitality unexampled, of lord Romney, at the Review in the Mote park, 446, a.

Hougham, Solomon, 196, 200; Hougham's, of Sandwich, 127, 199.

Hougham, Robert de, 126.

Hougham, parish of, 436, a.

Howard, of Essingham, Thomas, lord, 251, 257.

Howdell, Rev. Mr. 135.

Horsa, the Saxon chief, 230, 265.

Hospitals, raval and military, erected at Deal, 13.

Hoth, chapel of, 247.

Huda, earl, 368.

Huffam's, aliasHougham's, of Sandwich, 180.

Hugesson, John, 32; Hugesson's, of Provender, 26, 309.

Huggett's, of Thanet, 357, 373

Hughes, Mrs. 429, A. Hughes's, 137.

Hunt's, 96.

Hungerford, Sir Walter, 65.

Hunter, Mr. surgeon, of Margate, 339.

Huntingdon, William de Clinton, earl of, 339.

Husbandry, in Thanet, excellent state of, 223.

Hutchesson, Thomas, cl. 428, A.

Hutchinson, Col. John, 13.

I. J.

Jacob , Stephen Long present vicar of Waldershare, 61; Edward, 84; John, cl. 349, 444, a.

James, John, cl. 21, 48; Peter, cl. 400; James's, of Wood-
-, nesborough, 123; account of, 128, 134.

Jarvis, Peter, 196, 200.

Iceland, fishery, 366.

Ickham, Thomas de, 334.

Ickham, parish of, 429, a.

Iden's, of Sandwich, 180.

Jeffrys's, of Sandwich, 205.

Jeken's, of Oxney, 33, 374, 437, a.

Jemmett, William, 127.

Jenkin, William, 234; Robert, cl. ibid. Jenkins's, 435, a.

Jenkin, Hamlet of. See Wigmore.

Jenkinson's, of Sandwich, 205.

Jerusalem, S. Johannis Patriarchæ, 181.

Jessard, Henry, 129; occupier of Alland grange, in Minster, 282, 443, a. possesses Brompton, in St. Peter's, Thanet, 356.

Impett, Catherine, 114, 441, a.

Infanta of Kent, 39, 303, 339.

Infirmary for sea bathing, at Margate, 323.

Inis Ruim, now Thanet.

Joad's, 401.

Johnson, Henry, 234; Mr. 345; Johnson's, 109; of St. Laurence, 233, 383, 384, 400.

Jones, Nicholas, 20.

Jordan's, of Sandwich, 200.

Joy, the strong man of Kent, ac count of, 379.

Ipped's Fleet. See Ebbsfleet.

Ireland, Robert Vere, duke of, 31.

Isaac's, of Bridge, 67; of Patrixborne, 342.

Isham's, 26.

Islington, school and hospital at, 372.

Jull, Thomas Godfrey, possesses Great Poulders farm, in Woodnesborough, 132.

Jull's, possess a house in Wood. nesborough, 123; Jull's 141.

K.

Kelly, Daniel, 70; Richard and William possess Lower farm, in Hernden, 109; Richard, 116; Kelly's, of Hernden, 109, 401.

Kelp, burning of, in Thanet, 224, 327.

Kempe, Robert, 239; Sir Robert, 400.

Keate, George, 345.

Kennet's, of Minster, 112, 287.

Kent, Sir Charles, possesses a moiety of Sevenscore farm, in Minster, 279.

Kentish volunteers, review of, by the King, in the Mote Park, 446, a.

Kerby's, 308, 374.

Keriel, Sir Thomas, 26, 40, 250, 383; Keriel's, 26.

Keuse, Philip le, 279.

Kien, Col. Christopher Ernest, 126, 139.

King Edward III. at Stonar, 411; Charles IId. lands in Thanet, 362; William IIId. Thanet, 362; William IIId. resides at Quekes, 301; embarks and lands at Margate, 320; George Ist and IId. the same, ibid. king William's mount, in Thanet, 230.

King, patron of Ham rectory, 43; Chillenden rectory, 97; the alternate presentation of St. Peter's rectory, in Sandwich, 208.

Kings, of England embark and land at Sandwich, 157, 171.

King, Mr. heirs of, possess a house at Sacket's hill, in Thanet, 356.

Kingsgate hamlet and seat in Thanet, 362.

King's Ham. See Ham.

Kingsdown, ville and hamlet of, 29, 30.

Kingsford's, 32.

Kingston, parish of, 434, a.

Kite's, of Sandwich, 211.

Knatchbull, Sir Edward, 26.

Kneller, Sir Godfrey, the painter, 56, 435, a. Zachary, ib.

Knight's, 126.

Knighthood, commission granted, to compound for, 234.

Knighton, Henry, 290.

Knolton, parish of, 87, 440, a. manor, 82, 130.

Knowler, Robert, 287; Gilbert, 349; Knowler's, 244.

L.

Lace, William, present rector of Nnolton, 94.

Lamprey, Thomas, clerk, 423, 445, a.

Lands, great increase, in the value of, 132.

Lane, Thomas Bateman, 63.

Langdon, West, abbey of, 28, 60; abbot of, 58; parish of, 435, a.

Langdon, East, parish of, 437, a.

Langley, William de, 136, 150; Langley's, of Knolton, 80, 81, 88; account of, 89, 93, 94, 106, 138.

Lansynby, Robert, 370.

Lapis Tituli, where situated, 408.

Laurie, Gen. Sir Robert, 63, 446, 447, a.

Law's, 401.

Leapidge, John, 350.

Ledes, prior and convent of, 42, 76, 97, 141, 142, 252; castle of, 128.

Leigh, Sir Francis, 116.

Leith, George, captain of Walmer castle, 24; possesses Walmer manor, 26, 27.

Leitrim, Robert, lord, 277.

Leofrune, abbess of Minster, 272.

Lester's, 350.

Letsom, John Coakley, M. D. 323.

Levison, Sir John, 240.

Lewis, dauphin of France, 231, 410.

Lewis, John, cl. 287, 294; his History of Thanet, 327, 330, 331.

Lewknor, Sir Robert, 389.

Leyborne's, 39, 302, 339.

Lilly, Hannah, 82.

Linacre-court, 50.

Lincolne's, 342.

Lisle, Sir John, 84; Lisle's, of Walmer castle, account of, 27.

Litchfield's, 45.

Lithered's, 401.

Littleborne, parish of, 428, a.

Littlejoy, near Stonar, 421.

Lomea, island of, 16.

Longevity, instances of, 71.

London, port of, entrance of, 153.

London, Henry de Sandwich, bishop of, 179, 180.

London close, in Waldershare, 50.

Londoners, claim the seignory of Stonar, 410, 414.

Long, Alexander, 397; Martin, 397, 400.

Longueville's, 91.

Lort, Mr. his observations on celts, 331.

Lovejoy, Mrs. Elizabeth, her charities, 361, 370, 371, 372, 376; George, cl. 372.

Lovekys-street, in Woodnesborough, 123.

Lovelace's, of Bethersden, 147.

Loverick, Thomas, 198; Sir William, 200.

Lovetot, John de, 417.

Lower farm, in Hernden, in Eastry, 109.

Lower Hammill. See Hamwold.

L. S. A. meaning of, in charters, 147.

Lucas Dane hamlet, in St. John's, in Thanet, 315.

Lucas's, 384.

Lucius, king, 258.

Lundenwic, 153.

Luntley, John, present rector of Barson, 78.

Lydde Court manor, in Word, 147; in-grounds, 148; out-grounds, ibid.

Lydden valley, near Sandwich, 146.

Lyde, apud le, 147.

Lyden, hamlet of, in St. John's, in Thanet, 314.

Lymington hamlet, in St. Laurence, 378.

Lynch, George, M. D. 105; John, 134; John, LL. D. archdeacon of Canterbury, 185; Gratian, 374.

Lynches, or balks, coveteous custom of diminishing them, 265.

M.

Macdougal, Capt. resides at Ripple, 437, a.

Machines for bathing, convenient ones at Margate, 323.

Magminot's, 51, 58.

Maidstone, corporation of, 448, a.

Maimage downe, in Waldershare, 51.

Marlborough, John, duke of, embarks and lands at Margate, 320.

Maldry, a house for lepers, in Sandwich, 216.

Mallet, William de, 90.

Malmains family, of Waldershare, account of, 51, 58, 60, 67, 125, 127, 130.

Malmaines, alias Walder share, manor of, 52; mansion of, 50.

Mann, Sir Horace, 177.

Mansion wood, in Thanet, 225; green, in St. Laurence, 378.

Manston manor, in St. Lau rence, 380.

Manston's, of St. Laurence, account of, 380, 398, 402.

Manufactures, different ones, brought into England, 160.

Manwood, Sir Roger, 148, 190, 192, 212, 213, 216, 239; Thomas, 192; Manwood's, 145, 172, 173, 174, 180, 199, 240.

Manwood's hospital, near Canterbury, 361, 372.

Maretti Carlo, the celebrated painter, 56.

Margate, alias St. John's, in Thanet, parish of, 312; ville, borough, and town of, 227, 236, 313, 315.

Marinis, or Marney, John de, 45.

Marsh, Henry, 135; Marsh's, of Canterbury, 132.

Marshborough hamlet, in Woodnesborough, 122, 123, 196.

Marshall, William, possesses Shelving manor, in Woodnesborough, 127; Richard, 247.

Martin, John, cl. 211.

Mason's, of Monkton, 233, 254.

Master, James, 195.

Matsons, John, possesses a moiety of Netheriche, in Woodnes. borough, 124; John, 440, a.

Maundy's, of Sandwich, 200.

Mawer, Kaye, cl. 427, a.

Maximinianus, Roman emperor, coin of, 332.

Maxted's, 401.

May, John, possesses Chamberlain's Fee, alias Deal manor, 3.

Maycott's, 384.

Maydeacon, Little, in Barham, 434, a.

Mead, Mr. 66.

Meard, George, 350.

Meeting-houses for Dissenters, 14, 166, 325, 346, 365, 387.

Mennes's, of Sandwich, 180.

Merchant adventurers, company of instituted, 162.

Meredith, Richard, 174.

Merksfleote, near Sandwich, 156.

Merrett, Solomon, 277.

Merriweather, Edward, 75; Merriweather's, of Eythorne, 64; of Shebbertswell, 435, a.

Methodists, meetings for, 166, 356, 443, a.

Milburgh, ville of, in Thanet, 310.

Michell, John, 175, 185.

Middle farm, in Heronden, 109.

Miles, Mr.442, a.

Militibus statutum de, renewed, 234.

Mill-street, in Eastry, 99.

Milton, parish of, near Canterbury, 426, a.

Minet, John, cl. 63, 68.

Minshall, Sir Richard, lord Minshull, 26.

Minster, parish of, 227, 236, 264, 334, 443, a. manor of 332, 334, 359, 380, 382, 414, 418; abbey of, 231, 248; church of, 351, 374, 375, 402, 403, 404, 405; vicar of, 336.

Mockett's, of Dandelyon, 308.

Mongeham, parish of, 5, 438, a.

Monins, Robert, 58; Edward, 68; Sir Edward, 70, 282; Monins's, of Waldershare, account of, 52, 53, 60.

Monins, John, possesses the advowson of Ringwold, 33; Monins's, of the same, ibid.

Monkton, parish of, 227, 236, 253, 443, a. Manor of, 238, 297; vicar of, 242, 311; vicarage of, 308, 309.

Morocstone. See Monkton.

Montfaucon, his antiquities, 330.

Montague, hon. Edward, 174; Montagues, earls of Sandwich, account of, 177, 178.

Monyngham, John de, 72.

Morrice, Salmon, 46, 48; James, cl. possesses Great Betshanger manor, 47; advowson of rectory, 48.

Morrice, present rector of Betshanger, 49, Morrice's, account of, 46.

Moses's, 384, 401.

Motte, Stephen, 147.

Mount, Charles-Henry, lord, 276.

Moyes, Nicholas, 134.

Moyle, Sir Thomas, 39, 40, 303.

Moyne, Eustace le, the French admiral, 231.

Mullets, good taking of, at Birchington, 296.

Mutterer, hamlet of, in St. John's, in Thanet, 314.

N.

Nackington, parish of, 432, a.

Napleton's, of St. Nicholas, 44, 244, 401.

Narborough, Sir John, 80; Narborough's, of Knolton, account of, 91, 93, 106, 150.

Nash-Court, in St. John's, in Thanet, 341.

Naval camp of Julius Cæsar, 7.

Neame's, 137, 244, 308.

Nennius, the historian, 408.

Netuer-Court, in St. Laurence, in Thanet, 382, 384.

Nethergong, water of, in Thanet, 219, 220, 237.

Nether Hale, in St. Nicholas, in Thanet, 241.

Netheriche. See Each End.

Nethersole, Christopher, 342; William, 428, a.

Neve, Gabriel, 360.

Nevinson's, of Eastry, 104; account of, 105.

New Cut, begun near Stonar, 160.

Newenton, Henry de, 385.

Newing, Mr. possesses Foggescourt, in Great Mongeham, 438, a.

Newland Grange, Newlands, in St. Laurence, in Thanet, 382, 405.

Newman, James, 342.

New Street halmet, in Woodnesborough, 123.

Nicholson, Francis, 32.

Nierembergius's, history, 101.

Nisbett, Nehemiah, present vicar of Tilmanstone, 87.

Noble's, of St. Peter's, in Thanet, 374.

Nonington, parish of, 431, a.

Norfolk, Sir William de, 42.

North, Frederick, lord, 56.

Northborne, parish of, 438, a. manor of, 44.

North Court manor, in Tilmanstone, 80; manor, in Stourmouth, 428, a.

North Down, East and West, hamlet, in St. John's, Margate, 315.

Northdowne fair, in Thanet, 344.

North Foreland, in Thanet, account of, 357; light house there, ibid.

Northmouth, alias Genlade, in Thanet, 219, 226, 248, 249.

North stream, near Sandwich, 146.

North Sea fishery, 228.

Northwic, William de, 97.

Northwood, in Thanet, 225.

Northwood, Sir Roger de, 418; Northwood's, of Dane-court, in Thanet, 233.

Norwood hamlet, in St. Peter's, in Thanet, 356.

Norwood, Valentine, 211; William, 240; Alexander, 346; Norwood's, of Danecourt, in Thanet, 341, 342, 343, 348; account of, 359, 372.

Notfield, Richard, 349.

Nottingham castle, 13.

Nowell's, of Sandwich, 200.

O.

Obelisk, large one, a noted sea mark, in Thanet, 238.

Obolaston, Robert, 358.

Odiarne's, of Sandwich, 211.

Offa, king of Mercia, 147.

Okenfold, Edward, 242.

Old Wood, in Woodnesborough, 124.

Oliver's, of Sandwich, 205.

Omer, Elizabeth, 373; Lawrence, alias Homer, 429, a.

Orchard, Lybbe, 259.

Ordnance, old piece of, found near the Goodwin Sands, 19.

Osbern, Thomas, 96.

Osborne's, 94.

Ossunden Grange, in St. Laurence, 361, 405.

Ower's, 86.

Oxenbridge, Sir Robert, 39, 40; Oxenbridge's, account of, 40.

Oxenden, Sir Henry, 184; Henry, 287; Sir George, 212; Richard, 434, a. Oxenden's, 41, 174, 175, 176.

Oxford, Vere's, earls of, 31.

Oxford university, chancellors of, 56; president, &c. of St. John's college in, possess the advowson of Barson rectory, 77; president, &c. of Corpus Christi college in, possess Nether Hale, in Thanet, 239, 241; scholarships, founded in Lincoln college in, 191, 193.

Oxney, parish of, 436, a.

Ozingell grange. See Ossunden.

P.

Packe, Dr. 24.

Palmer, Herbert, 92; lady, 430, a.

Pamslet, Daniel, 373; Pamflet's, 401.

Paper, manufacture of, brought into England, 160.

Papillon, David, possesses Elmington manor, in Eythorne, 68; the alternate presentation to Eythorne rectory, 70.

Papillon, Philip, present rector of Eythorne, 70.

Paramor, Thomas, 239, 240, 242; John, 3, 113, 441, a. Paramor's, of Statenborough, account of, 112, 115, 117; of St. Nicholas, 233, 242, 244; of Minster, account of, 280, 287; of Thanet, 234.

Parboe, Edmund, 181, 193; Parboe's, 133.

Parcar, John, cl. 140.

Parishes, parts of separated, 50.

Park End farm, in Eythorne, 63.

Parker, Sir Philip, 174; Capt. Robert, 397; Parker's, 401.

Parmested, in Upper Hardres, 434. a.

Parry, William Fox, 349.

Partheriche, Edward, 174; Partheriche's, 119.

Patera, Roman, found, 433, a.

Pattinson's, 86.

Patrixborne, parish of, 431, a. manor of, 139.

Paulin, Michael, 374.

Paultring, employment of, in Thanet, 228.

Pawlyn's, of Thanet, 357.

Payne, William, 349.

Peake, Edward, 172; Peter, 173, 174. See also Peke.

Peck, Thomas, 32.

Pegwell, or Court staihs, manor of, in St. Laurence, in Thanet, 281, 378.

Pegwell bay, fishery at, 378.

Peke, Thomas, 46, 143; Peke's, of Sandwich, 180. See also Peake.

Penchester, Sir Stephen, 165.

Pencestre, Stephen de, 417, 418.

Penda, king of Mercia, 268.

Pendrick, Francis, 287.

Penny gavelrent, in Thanet, 275, 276, 332, 359.

Pepperness, near Sandwich, 146, 152.

Pepys, Samuel, 174.

Percival, Anthony, 73.

Perkins, Sir George, 26.

Perot, Richard, 172; Perot's, or Pyrot's, of Knolton, account of, 88, 149; Perot's, of Ringleton, 136; account of, 442, a.

Perronet, John, 351.

Persecution for religion abroad, 160.

Petham, parish of, 432, a.

Peter's, of Canterbury, 279.

Petley's, of Sandwich, 199.

Petman, Thomas, possesses Ham manor, 41; Petman's, 117.

Pettit, Colonel James, 287; Sarah, 346; Capt. John, 400; Pettit's, of Dandelyon, 233; account of, 337, 349.

Pett, Edward, resides at Cleve, in Monkton, 257; lessee of Alland grange, in Minster, 282; Pett's, 244.

Peyton, Sir Thomas, 87, 173, 174; Peyton's, of Knolton, 80, 81, 88; account of, 90, 93, 94, 106, 131, 150.

Philipott, John, 174; Philipott's, 66, 314.

Philpott's, of Word, 150.

Philips, John, 32.

Piggott, John, present vicar of St. Peter's, in Thanet, 377.

Picks's, of Tilmanstone, 86.

Pierre's, de la, or Peters's, of Canterbury, account of, 129. See also Peters.

Pilots, company of, at Deal, 11.

Pincerna, William, 88; Thomas, alias le Boteler, 107.

Pincerna, William de Albini, 136.

Pirot's, 75, See also Perot.

Pitman, Robert, present rector of Chillenden, 98, 436, a.

Pitt, the right hon. William, resides at Walmer castle, 24; Pitt's, 447, a. Sir William, 275, 279.

Pix's, or Picks's, 83.

Pity, our lady of, her chapel in Thanet, 365.

Plague, at Sandwich, 171, 208.

Plot, Dr. 408.

Plumtre, John, possesses Barson manor. 74.

Poictiers, William de, 4.

Polders, or Poulders, Great and Little, in Woodnesborough, 131, 132.

Poltman's manor. See Polton.

Poltman's, of Woodnesborough, 138.

Polton manor, in the same, ibid.

Polton, parish of, 436, a.

Poole, John de la, 431, a.

Port, barony of, 38, 44, 72.

Portus Rutupinæ, or Rutupiæ, 218.

Pot, William, 75.

Pot-ash, made in Thanet, 224.

Powcies, in Minster, 226, 282.

Powell, John, 301, 338, 364; Powell's, 307.

Powle, Sir Richard, 300, 304.

Powlet, lord John, 53.

Poynter, Capt. resides at Upper Deal, 14.

Poynter, James Methurst, and Ambrose Lyon, possess Ringwold manor, 32, 436, a.

Pratt, John, present vicar of Monkton, 264.

Presbiterians, meetings for, 166.

Preston, parish of, 428, a.

Prill, fish, caught in Pegwell bay, 378.

Probus, Roman emperor, coin of, 331.

Pudner, Humphry, 350.

Puget, John, 430, a.

Pulford, William, cl. 432, a.

Purdew, Josiah, 437, a.

Puteus Thunor, in Thanet, 270.

Puttocks downe, near Sandwich, 203.

Pyott, Edward, lieutenant of Walmer castle, 24; Mr. 438, a.

Pyrot's. See Perot's.

Pysing hamlet, in St. Laurence, 397.

Q.

Quekes, alias Ques manor andseat of, in Thanet, 297, 306.

Quekes, alias Quek, family of, 257, 297, 306.

Queen Anne's bounty, governors of, 77, 202.

Queenborough, staple for wool at, 157.

Queen-court manor, in Ofpringe, 132.

Quince, John, 397; Quince's, 401.

R.

Raguseis, the great, 296.

Rammell, Thomas, possesses and resides at a house in Brookstreet, in Eastry, 99; lessee of Word Minnis, 146; Gibbon, 381; Rammell's, 117.

Ramsey, abbey of, 102

Ramsgate, ville and Town of, 227, 236, 377, 385; pier and harbour of, 170, 390.

Ramsgate, a member of Sandwich, 152.

Rampston, Frances, 211.

Rand, Nordash, 83; Judith, 438, a.

Randolph, Herbert, 148; William, 435, a.

Ratersburgh, 226.

Rawe, George, customer of Sandwich, 211.

Rawlinson, Dr. 154.

Raymond, Sir Charles, 357.

Read, Capt. Martin, 400

Reading-street, hamlet of, in Thanet, 356.

Reculver, a member of Sandwich, 152; church of, 245, 308; parish of, 428, a.

Rede, Sir Edward, 211.

Redwood's, 401.

Religion, persecution for, abroad, 160.

Requests, courts of, 14.

Review, royal one, at the Mote park, account of, 446, a.

Reynolds, Thomas, 373; Reyholds's, 109.

Rich, Elizabeth, possesses Buckland Barns, in Woodnesborough, 131; hon. Charles, 174; dame Elizabeth, 349.

Richardson, Nicholas, 181.

Richborough, port and haven of, 153, 158, 226, 248, 408, 409.

Ridlingweald. See Ringwold.

Ring, antique gold one, found at Eastry, 111; at Minster, 267.

Ringeley, Sir Edward, 90, 93, 113, 200.

Ringjole. See Ringwold.

Ringlemere hamlet, in Woodnesborough, 123.

Ringleton manor, in Woodnesborough, 135, 137; tithes of, 131, 138.

Ringslow, hundred of, 236; alias Tenet, 277.

Ringston. See Ringleton.

Ringwold, parish of, 5, 29.

Ripple, manor of, 438, a. parish of, 437, a.

Rither, Sir William, 66.

Roaring gutter, near Sandwich, 167.

Roberts, William, possesses Quekes, in Birchington, 301; Fleet, 314; and Dandelyon, in St. John's, 338; Kingsgateseat, in Thanet, 364; Ann, 397.

Robinson, J. captain of Sandown castle, 13; Henry, 235, 257, 296; Nicholas, 258.

Robinson's Treatise on Gavelkind, 284.

Rochester, dean and chapter of, possess a pension from Ham church, 43; from Chillenden church, 97; the tithery of Hammill, 135; and the parsonage and advowson of the vicarage of Woodnesborough, 142; the parsonage of Sarre, in Thanet, 252.

Rochester, priory of, 333, 135; castle, lands held of, 134.

Rockingham, Lewis, earl of, 55, 83, 149.

Rogers, John, 160; Rogers's, 134.

Rolfe, John, 113, 441, a. Thomas, 147.

Rolling, Thomas, clerk, 198, 216.

Roman Antiquities, 7, 64, 71, 101, 122, 330, 331, 332, 432, a. See also antiquities.

Roman stations, 102.

Roman Coddy, in Ringwold, 30.

Romney, lord, his unexampled liberality at the Review in the Mote park, 446, a.

Rooke's, of St. Laurence, near Canterbury, 421, 423.

Roper, John, 282, 380.

Rosemary, hedges of, in Thanet, 232.

Round tilth land, in Thanet, 224.

Rowe, William, 241.

Rowntree, Leonard, 372.

Rucke, James, 251, 257.

Ruffin, John, 69.

Ruish's, 251, 257.

Ruochim, now Thanet.

Ruse, Joseph, possesses Belmont Seat, near Ramsgate, 378.

Russell, Richard, 20.

Russia, trade to, 386.

Rutter's, 45.

Rutton's, of Sandwich, 199.

Rutupiæ urbs, 408.

Rutupensis, Rutupinus, Portus, 153, 165, 408, 409.

S.

Sabulovicum, now Sandwich, 153.

Sacket, Stephen, 350; John, 356, 372; John, 374; Richard, 360; Sacket's, 244.

Sacket's hill, in St. Peter's, in Thanet, 356.

Sackville, Sir Richard, 149; Sackville's, 84.

Salisbury, Wm. Montacute, earl of, 31.

Salmestone, Salmanstone, Grange manor, in St. John's, in Thanet, 274, 284, 289, 333, 370, 375, 376, 398, 405.

Saltpits, in Thanet, 273; Works, 255; curious ones, at Stonar, 412, 413.

Salter, William, 341.

Sanded Bay, near Sandwich, 159.

Sander's, of Thanet, 233. See also Saunders.

Sandford, Henry, 345.

Sandhurst, John de, 80, 81, 89, 136, 149.

Sandowne Castle, near Deal, 13, 146; manor, in Word, 149.

Sand Downes, near Sandwich, 146.

Sandwell, Jeffry, 279.

Sandwich, 54, 412, 442, a. members of the port of, 24; customers of, 81.

Sandwich, town and Port of, 152; former and present state, 154; Walloon manufacturers settle at, 160; incorporation of, 162; soil, 168; haven, ibid. barons returned to parliament, 172; earls of, 177; family of de Sandwich, 178; priory, 180; hospitals, 182; schools, 190, 194; charities, 195; ecclesiastical jurisdiction, 197; chantries, 215.

Sandwich, town and port of, 9, 231, 236, 250, 386, 387, 389, 407, 410, 411, 416.

Sandwich, mayor and jurats of, 9, 120, 121, 416, 418, 419. 420; possess the alternate presentation of St. Peter's rectory, in Sandwich, 208.

Sandwich, governors of St. Thomas's, alias Ellis's hospital in, possess Denn-court manor, in Woodnesborough, 132.

Sandwich, St. Bartholomew's hospital in, 120, 130, 157, 413.

Sandwich, St. Clement's, parish in, 413.

Sandwich, haven of, 8, 391, 392, 414.

Sandwich, earls of, 177.

Sandwich, de, family of, 178; Ralph de, 39; John de, 141; Sir Henry de, 186, 189, 193, 302, 314; Sir Nicholas de, 186, 187, 189, 384; Sir Simon de, 204, 339.

Sandys, Sir Edwyn, 58, 173; Thomas, 91.

Santon, Francis, 66, 75.

Saperton, in Wickhambreaux, 429, a.

Sarre, Parish, or ville of, in Thanet, 236, 248, 249; a member of Sandwich, 152; manor of, 250; marshes inclosed, 158; ferry at, 219, 226.

Saunders, Francis, 286; Bartholomew, 287. See also Sanders.

Sawbridge, Samuel-Elias, possesses Hamwold, alias Hammill-court, in Woodnesborough, 134; Sawbridge's of Canterbury, 135.

Sawkins Jacob, possesses a moiety of Nash-court, in Thanet, 343; Chapel-hill house, 444, A, Sawkins's, 397.

Sawyer, Joice, 135.

Saxon names, abound in Woodnesborough, 124.

Saxons, fleets of, 153; in Thanet, 230; Saxons and Danes, battle of, 364, 368.

Say, Robert, clerk, 426, a. 438, a.

Saye's, 51.

Sayer, Edward, 129; Sayer's, of Sandwich, 211.

Scoraston, now Stonar, 410.

Scorier's, 131.

Scott, Edward, of Sussex, 40.

Scrinkling, Sir William de, 106.

Scudamore, Thomas, 128.

Sea bathing, fashion of, 386.

Sea gates, made in Thanet, 313.

Sea woose, taken up in Thanet, ibid. consequence of, 327; trial concerning it, 328.

Sea's, 240.

Segrave, Sir John de, 179.

Selling, William, prior of Christchurch, 118.

Selson, Selstone, hamlet of, in Eastry, 36, 100.

Selveston, in the same, 114.

Septvans, Sir John, 200.

Serre, St. Giles's at, in Thanet, 248.

Severcore farm, in Minster, 278, 285.

Sewers, commission of, for the eastern parts of Kent, 146.

Shebbertswell, parish of, 435, a.

Shelburne, earl of, 276.

Shell, strata of, in Thanet, 232, 378.

Shelving, alias Woodnes borough, manor of, 125, 126, 127.

Shelving's, 125, 126

Shelvy's, of Sandwich, 211.

Sherbrooke, Richard, 66.

Shriffs court, or Hope manor, in Minster, 280, 378.

Shillingheld, Guido de, 67.

Shingleton wood, in Eastry, 106. See also Shrinkling.

Shipton, James, cl. 371.

Shirley, lady Ann, 55

SHOART, in St. Nicholas, in Thanet, 239.

Sholdon, parish of, 438.

Shorte, Darell, 400.

Shottenton, borough of, 428, a.

Shovel, Sir Cloudesley, 91, 93.

Shrinkling, alias Shingleton manor, in Eastry, 105; chapel of, 150.

Sibertesuualt, 4.

Sigeburga, abbess of Minster, 271.

Sidley's, of Aylesford, 33.

Signal houses, erected near the coast, 13, 359.

Silk manufacture brought into England, 160.

Simons's, 374.

Simpson, John, 398.

Shrinkling, chapel of, 117.

Sladden's, 135, 141.

Smalton, Thomas, cl. 44.

Smith, George, cl. 77; John, present vicar of Woodnesborough, 144; Thomas, of Westenhanger, 147, 173; Thomas, cl. 348; William, rear-admiral, 211; Francis, possesses Vincents, in St. John's, in Thanet, 314; Sarah possesses a moiety of Nash-court, in the same, 343; Philip, 372; James, 397; Smith's, of Thornton, 85; Smith's, 131; of Westenhanger, 148; of Sandwich, 199; of Thanet, 360.

Soles, John de, 45.

Solinus, the Roman writer, 217, 218.

Solly, John, 205; Solly's, 132, 199, 200, 350.

Somerfield, hamlet of, in Woodnesborough, 123.

Somerset, Henry Beaufort, duke of, 305.

Somner, George, 342, 349.

Southerden, Stephen, 129.

South-court, borough of, 36.

South-court manor, in Tilmanstone, 80.

South Langdon, borough of, 37, 62, 63, 65.

South stream, near Sandwich, 146.

Southwell, Richard, 147.

Southwold, alias Southwood, in Waldershare, 58.

Southwood, in Thanet, 225.

Sowell-street and hill, in St. Peter's, in Thanet, 356.

Speke, George, 56.

Spencer, Nicholas, customer of Sandwich, 140, 141, 211; Alban, 389; Adam, 399; Spencer's, of Sandwich, 137.

Spelman, Sir Henry, 344.

Spigurnel, Sir Ralph, 411.

Sprat, John, 195, 196.

Spracklyn, Luke, 349; Adam, of St. Laurence, story of his unfortunate end, 389; Nicholas, 399; Spracklyn's, of St. Laurence, 233, 388, 389, 399.

Spratling-street hamlet, in St. Laurence, in Thanet, 378.

Springett, Catherine, 116; Springett's, 117.

St. Augustine, lands in Thanet, 410.

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, in Sandwich, 185.

St. Catherine, brotherhood of, in Sandwich, 201.

St. Clere, John, 65.

St. Giles, alias Serre, in Thanet, 248.

St. Dunstan, parish of, 426, a. church of, in London, 118.

St. James's land, in Thanet, 344.

St. Imarus, 347.

St. John's, alias Margrate, parish of, in Thanet, 312, 227, 236, 237, 295, 335, 345, 361, 444, a. chapel of, 288, 289, 334, 336.

St. John's Hospital, in Sandwich, 182.

St. John of Jerusalem, knights of, 85.

St. John, John de, 38, 45, 72; John, 54.

St. John, John, viscount, 41, 283, 381; Henry, viscount, 54.

St. Laurence, parish of, in Thanet, 227, 236, 377, 445, a. chapel of, 288, 289, 291, 334, 335, 336, 351.

St. Ledger's, 125, 126.

St. Leger's, 141.

St. Margaret, parish of, 4.

St. Margaret at Cliff, parish of, 436, a.

St. Margaret's street, in Tilmanstone, 84.

St. Martin's priory, in Dover, 2, 5, 22.

St. Mildred's Lynch, in Thanet, 220, 265; account of, 269; abbey, in Thanet, 270.

St. Mildred's lands, in Thanet, 266;abbess of Minster, 266, 271, 278.

St. Nicholas, parish of, in Thanet, 227, 236, 237, 443, a. church of, 308.

St. Nicholas Court, in Thanet, 241; tithery of, 242; farm, in the same, 241.

St. Nicholas, Thomas, 398; St. Nicholas's, 282, 284, 380, 384, 402.

St. Pancrace, church of, in London, 118.

St. Peter's, parish of, in Thanet, 227. 236, 295, 312, 335, 336, 345, 355, 445, a. chapel of, 288, 289, 351.

St. Peter's school, in Sandwich, 216.

St. Stephen's, parish of, 427, a.

St. Thomas, alias Ellis's hospital, in Sandwich, 183; chantry, 215.

St. Thomas's house, in the same, 191.

Stadtholder, the, 448, a.

Stalls, in the chancels of churches, use of, 117, 258, 285, 286.

Stanhope, Henry, lord, 280.

Stanley, William, cl. 438, a. Stanley's, ibid.

Staple, parish of, 429, a.

Statenbough seat, in Eastry, 36, 111.

Statenborough, Simon de, 111.

Stanton, H. de, iter of, 2, 236, 273, 333.

Stelling, church of, 432, a.

Stepenburga. See Statenborough.

Stephens, Oliver, 123, 138, 143; Philip, 176, 177; Anne possesses the tithes of Buckland and Ringleton, in Woodnesborough, 131, 138; lessee of Woodnesborough parsonage, 143.

Stevens, Thomas, 350.

Steward, John, hermit, at Sandwich, 201.

Stewart, Joseph, lessee of the White Friars, in Sandwich, 182, 199; Stewart's, 200.

Stink weed, a pernicious one, in Thanet, 232

Stipins, alias Marshborough hamlet, in Woodnesborough, 123.

Stock's, 401.

Stokes, alias Stokys's, 134.

Stokho, Robert, sheriff of Kent, 418.

Stonar, parish of, 226, 236, 406; formerly a member of Sandwich, 152; land in, formerly in St. Clement's parish, in Sandwich, 214; cut at, 266; rectory, trial at law concerning it, 423.

Stonore, several of the name of, 411.

Stone, hamlet of, in St. Peter's, in Thanet, 357.

Storm, tremendous one, in the Downs, 15; dreadful ones at Margate, 328.

Stormeston, district of, 84.

Stour river, decay of, 158; river, 218; new cut across it at Stonar, 413.

Stourmouth, parish of, 428, a.

Strafford, devisees of the earl of, possess a moiety of Netherich farm, in Woodnesborough, 124.

Strangford, Philip, viscount, 148.

Street borough, in Minster, 264, 292.

Street End hamlet, in Eythorne, 64.

Stringer, George, lieutenant of Deal castle, 13.

Strode, John, 174.

Sturry, parish of, 427, a.

Stukeley, Dr. the antiquarian, 331.

Suckling, Sir John, 173.

Suffolk, Usford's, earls of, 90.

Sutton, Sir Robert, 173; Sir Richard, 176.

Sutton, parish of, 437. a.

Swan, Sir William, 90.

T.

Taddy, Edward, possesses Westgate, alias Garling manor, in Birchington, 304; Hannah, 370.

Tambs, Thomas, 441, a.

Tanet hundred, 272; manor, ibid.

Tang, Mary, 444, a.

Tappenden's possess Northcourt manor, in Sturmouth. 428, a.

Taylor, David, possesses Poulders, in Woodnesborough, 132; John, 175.

Tedald, William, son of, 4.

Telegraphs, erected near the coast, 13.

Tenacre, or Tancre, John de, 45.

Teneth, Tenet londe, now Tnanet, 217.

Tenche's, of Birchington, 233.

Tenet, John de, monk of St. Augustine's, 234.

Tenet, alias Ringslow hundred, 277.

Terry, Ralph, 134; Richard, 234; Mrs. possesses Sheriffs court, in Minster, 281; Terry's, 132, 234; of Monkton, 259.

Teukers, alias Hammonds, in Woodnesborough, 133.

Teynham, Ropers, lords, 282, 380.

Thanet, Thanaton, Island of, 102, 217, 443, a. hundred of, 236; Earls of, 235.

Thanet manor, now Minster, 268.

Thanington, parish of, 426, a.

Thatcher's, 281, 388.

Theatre, established at Margate, 323.

Theobald's, 117.

Thomas, William present vicar of St. Mary's, in Sandwich, 203.

Thompson, Richard, 41, 114; John, 68.

Thomson, Sir George, 358; Rev. Wm. 432, a. Thomson's, of Sandwich, 180.

Thoresby, Mr. the antiquarian 330.

Thorn, William de, monk of St. Augustine, 234; Nicholas de, abbot of the same, ibid.

Thorne manor, in Minster, 283.

Thorne, Henry de, 283; Edile de, her tomb, 286.

Thourne. See Thorne.

Thunniclam, in Thanet, 270.

Thunnor, a sycophant courtier, 102, 268; his tragical end, 269.

Thunors hyslepe, in Thanet, 269, 270.

Thurbarne, James, 174, 175; John, Sergeant at law, 185.

Thwayts, E. 336.

Tickenhurst, ville of, 137.

Tiddenden, Sir John de, 79.

Tierney, Thomas Michael, 85.

Tilman's, 374.

Tilmanstone, parish of, 78 440, a.

Tilmanstone, Sir Roger de, 79, 81.

Timms, Thomas, present curate of Walmer, 29.

Tochi, 125.

Toddy, Thomas, 344.

Toke, John, present vicar of Patrixborne, 431, a. 432, a.

Tomlin, Peter, 350; Sarah, possesses Dane-court, in Thanet, 360; Tomlin's, of St. John's, in Thanet, 350.

Tomson's, of Ramsgate, 400, 401.

Tondresley, Reginald de, 75.

Toomer, Mr. possesses Twitham hills, in Ash, 430, a.

Tonge, William, 84.

Trapps, Joan, 191, 192.

Trinity-house, corporation of, 18, 238.

Trippe's, of Sandwich, 180.

Troward's, 350, of St. Laurence, 389.

Tucker, John, cl. 74.

Tuston's, earls of Thanet, account of, 235.

Tully's Formian Villa, imitation of, 362.

Tumuli, or barrows, Roman, 7, 64, 71, 363, 368.

Tunnors leap, in Thanet, 269, 270.

Tunstall, James, cl. 294.

Turkill, the Dane, 410.

Turner, David, 195; Elizabeth, 397; Turner's, of the White Friars, in Canterbury, 68, 70; of Thanet, 342, 343, 350.

Turstin, 125.

Twenties hamlet, in St. John's, in Thanet, 314.

Twyne, Mr. the antiquarian, 248.

Twysden, Roger, 60.

Tyler, Rev. Robert, 400.

V. U.

Valence's, 141.

Vantsume river, 218.

Verall, John, 141.

Vere boat, in Sandwich, 157.

Vegetables, produced in great plenty, at Sandwich, 161, 168.

Verelst, Mrs. possesses a moiety of Sevenscore farm, in Minster, 279; Henry, ibid. 287.

Verrier's, of Sandwich, 3, 181, 199, 205.

Ufford, Robert de, 90.

Ville Wood, in Thanet, 225.

Villæ Regales of the Saxons, where placed, 102.

Umfry's, 399.

Vincent, Samuel, 279.

Vincents hamlet of, in St. John's, in Thanet, 314.

Vineyard, formerly, at Quekes, 302.

Viol, Strangford, 84

Underdown, Thomas, 308; Underdown's, 359.

Volunteers, Kentish, reviewed in the Mote Park, 446, a.

Vortimer, king, 122, 408.

Updowne, hamlet of, in Ham, 38, 41; in Eastry, 100

Updowne-Place seat, in Ham, 41; farm, in St. John's, in Thanet, 315.

Uphall. See Hale.

Upper Court, in St. Lawrence, in Thanet, 382.

Upper Each. See Each.

Upper farm, alias Herden, in Eastry, 109.

Upper Gore-end, in Birchington, 235.

Upper hale, in St. Nicholas, in Thanet, 241.

Upriche. See Upper Each

Upton, John, 33; Thomas de, cl. 429, a.

Upton Hamlet, in St. Peter's, in Thanet, 356.

Urns, Roman, found, 433, a.

W.

Wakes or feasts, on dedication of churches, account of, 344.

Waldershare, parish of, 50, 440, a.

Wales, George Prince of, 448, a.

Walker, Wm. possesses a moiety of Lydde Court In-grounds, in Worde and Eastry, 148; Walker's, 397.

Walleran, Robert, sheriff of Kent, 254.

Wallis, Jane, 350.

Walloons, at Sandwich, 162.

Walmer, parish of, 5, 23; formerly a member of Sandwich, 152.

Waltham, vicar of, 336; parish of. 433. a.

Walton, Thomas, cl. 68.

Walton Farm, 442, a.

Walwarescere, Walworthshire, See Waldershare.

Wanesberge. See Woodnesborough.

Wanston Farm, in St. Margaret at Cliff, 436, a.

Wantsume, river of, 158, 218, 219, 237, 248, 251, 266, 280, 408, 409.

Warden's, 80.

Warden's of the Cinque Ports, 316, 447, a.

Warley Lee, possesses Little Maydeacon, in Barham, 434, a.

Warm salt water baths at Ramsgate, 387.

Warner's, 129.

Warwick, earl of, 158.

Waschester, in Minster, 279.

Watemle, Sibilla de, 76.

Water Spout seen in the Downs, 15.

Watson, Hon. Arabella, 55.

Way borough, in Minster, 264, 292.

Webbe, Robert, 65; Michael, 372.

Weddington, in Ash, 196.

Weed, mischievous one, lately found in Thanet, 232.

Weldon, Stewart, 277.

Wellard, Charles, 63.

Welle, Wm. atte. 128.

Wells hamlet, in Eastry, 100.

Wells, bishop of, 419.

Wenstone alias Wendestone hamlet, in Eastry, 100.

Wentworth's, 251, 257.

Westbere, parish of, 427, a.

Westbrooke, in St. John's, in Thanet, 313.

Westcliff, parish of, 436, a.

Westgate, alias Garling manor, in Birchington, 302

Westgate, Robert de, ibid.

Westley, Rev. John, 443, a.

Westwood, in Thanet, 225

Whales cast ashore in Thanet, 297, 329, 368.

Wharton, Henry, cl. 294.

Whitaker, Mr. his History of Manchester, 330.

Whitbread, Samuel, 131.

White Friars, priory of, in Sandwich, 181.

White, William, lessee of Deal Prebend manor, 6; Sir John, 80, 442, a. 374; White's, 126, 244, 250, 383, 401; of Canterbury, 136; of Sandwich, 199. See also Whyte's.

Whitfield, Robert, 363, 364.

Whyte's, 123, 128, 138. See also White's.

Wiat, Edwin, serjeant at law, 301.

Wickenden's, 59.

Wickham Breaus, parish of, 428, a. 429.

Wicomb, in Buckinghamshire, hospital of, 372.

Wickham Bushes manor, in Wootton, 435, a.

Wigmore hamlet, in Eythorne, 64.

Wigmore, John, 239.

Wiid's, 374.

Wilford's, 86.

Wilkes, John, 66; Mary, possesses Eythorne Court manor, ibid.

Wilkins, Robert, 281.

Willes, lord chief justice, 423.

Williams, Walter, 92; Sir John, 275, 276, 279.

Willis, Cornelius, cl. 373.

Willow Wood, in Thanet, 225. See also Wood, alias Woodchurch.

Willowes, Thomas, 240.

Wilson, Rev. Wm. Worcester, 400; Wilson's, 133.

Wimling swold, parish of, 431, a.

Windebank's, 239.

Wind-mill, horizontal one, at Margate, 326.

Wingham, parish of, 430, a.

Wainsborough. See Woodnesborough.

Wippedsfleet. See Ebbsfleet.

Wife, Henry, 113, 205.

Witherden's, 374.

Woden, the Saxon idol, 121, 122.

Woodnesberg, Ascelina de, 141.

Wodensborough. See Woodnesborough.

Wollets, of Eastry, 130, 131.

Wood, alias woodchurch, parish of, in Thanet, 92, 225, 227, 236, 255, 310, 444, a. chapel of, 259, 262. 263; parsonage of, 309, 310.

Wood, Edward, 166, 201; Wood's, of Sandwich, 180.

Woodensborough, parish of, 121, 442, a.parsonage of, 138.

Woodward, Leonard, possesses Stoneheap farm, in Norborne, 438, a.

Wool, staple for at Sandwich, 157; at Queenborough, ibid.

Woollen manufacture brought into England, 160.

Wooton, Hen. possesses Thorne manor, in Minster, 284.

Wootton, parish of, 435, a.

Word, parish of, 145, 442, a.

Wordsworth, Josiah, 278, 287.

Worth-street, borough of, 36; chapel of, 117.

Wotton, Edward, lord, 33, 105; Sir Edward, 91; Sir Henry, 173; Dean, 258; John, 304, 381; Wotton's, 32, 280.

Wrigglesworth, Mr. possesses a house in Ripple, 437. a.

Wright, Wm. 46, 48; Lawrence, cl. 60.

Wyborne, James, 6, 116; John de, 72; Wyborne's, 211.

Wylde, John, 147.

Wynchelsea, John, 201.

Wynne, Sir Thos. 362.

Y.

Yenlade, Yenlet, in Thanet, 248. See also Genlade.

Yoakley, Michael, 345.

York, St. Wilfred, archbishop of, 154; James, duke of, 317, 362; Frederick, duke of, 448, a.

Z.

Zouch, Edward, lord, 317, 390



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