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Note. The following abbreviations have been used: abp., archbishop; Abr., Abraham; acct., account; admin., administration; adv. (advs.), advowson(s); Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; archd., archdeacon; Art., Arthur; b., born; Baldw., Baldwin; Bart., Bartholomew; Ben., Benjamin; Bern., Bernard; bldg., building; bnss., baroness; bp., bishop; Brig.-Gen., Brigadier-General; bro., brother; bt., baronet; c., circa; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; ch. (chs.), church(es); ch. bldg., church building; ch. hist., church history; chap, (chaps.), chapel(s); char, (chars.), charity (charities); Chas., Charles; chpl., chaplain; civ. par., civil parish; civ. war, civil war; clk., clerk; coll., college; Compt. cens., Compton census; const., constable; ct. (cts.), court(s); ctss., countess; cttee., committee; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; Dav., David; dchss., duchess; depop., depopulation; dom, arch., domestic architecture; Dot., Dorothy; ec. hist., economic history; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; est. (ests.), estate(s); f., father; fl., flourished; Fr., Father; Fred., Frederick; Gab., Gabriel; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; geol., geology; Gil., Gilbert; grddau., granddaughter; grds., grandson; Greg., Gregory; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; ho. (hos.), house(s); hon., honor; hosp., hospital; How., Howard; Humph., Humphrey; hund. (hunds.), hundred(s); inch., inclosure; Jas., James; Jon., Jonathan; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; jurisd., jurisdiction; Kath., Katharine; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Id., lord; Len., Lennard; Leon., Leonard; Lew., Lewis; m., married; Magd., Magdalen; Maj., Major; Maj.-Gen., MajorGeneral; man., manor; man. ho., manor house; Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; Max., Maximilian; mchss., marchioness; med., medieval; Mic., Michael; mkt., market; mod., modern; mqss., marquess; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; noncf., nonconformity; occs., occupations; Osw., Oswald; Oxf., Oxford; P.N., Place Names; par. (pars.), parish(es); par. govt., parish government; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pk., park; pness., princess; poor rel., poor relief; pop., population; preb., prebendary; pres., president; princ., principal; profssns., professions; prop., property; Prot. noncf., Protestant nonconformity; prov., provost; prss. (prsses.), prioress(es); quad., quadrangle; r., rector; R.C., Roman Catholic; rcty., rectory; Rcty. (Recties.), Rectory (Rectories) (building); rds., roads; Reg., Reginald; Revd., Reverend; Reyn., Reynold; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rlwy., railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom. Cathm., Roman Catholicism; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch. (schs.), school(s); Seb., Sebastian; Sim., Simon; sis., sister; soc., society; soc. conds., social conditions; Sol., Solomon; sr., senior; st., street; Steph., Stephen; Theoph., Theophilus; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; top., topography; v., vicar; vct., viscount; vctss., viscountess; Vic, Vicarage (building); vics., vicars; vill., (vills.), village(s); Vine, Vincent; w., wife; Wal., Walter; ward. (wards.), warden(s); wd. (wds.), wood(s); wid., widow; Wm., William; yeo. fam., yeoman family.

A

Abberbury (or Adderbury), de, John (d. 1346), 304; Sir John (fl. c. 1400), 67n; Lucy, m. — Arches, 304; Ric. (d. 1333), 304; Sir Ric. (d. by 1401), 61, 67 n, 304; Ric., s. of Thos. (fl. 1399), and his w. Alice Danvers, 304; Master Thos. (d. 1307). 304; Thos. (fl. 1399), 304; Wal., 304; fam., 67, 304

Abercromby, Capt., 21, 269, 325

Abingdon, earls of, 94, 342, and see Bertie, Jas., Montagu, Willoughby

Abingdon Abbey, 8, 41, 83, 94, 208; abbot of, 75

Abingdon, Ric. de, fellow of Merton Coll., Oxf., and r. of Finmere, 123

Abingdon (Berks.), 155, 163, 244

Achard, Joan, m. Pet. de la Mare (d. 1349), 184

Adam, John, v. of Bicester, 43; Rob., architect, 334 n

Adam (fl. 1086), 74

Adam (fl. c. 1205), of Balscot and his w. Melior, 253

Adam (fl. c. 1250), s. of Adam and Melior, 254

Adam the clerk, 62

Adderbury fam., see Abberbury

Adderbury, 196, 288, 304

Addingrove, in Oakley (Bucks.), 263

Addington, Ant. and his w. Mary, 126, 130, 133; Hen. (d. 1610), 129; Hen. (fl. 1662), 120; Hen. (d. 1729/30) and his w. Eliz., 130, 133; Hen., vet. Sidmouth (d. 1844), 126, 134; Raymond Ant., vet. Sidmouth, 126; Ric, r. of Newton Purcell, 130, 266; Wm. (d. 1600), 129; Wm. (fl. c. 1660), 129; fam., 126, 129, 130. 134. 266

Addington (Bucks.), 317

Addison, Ant., r. of Hampton Poyle, 166, 168

Adelaide, queen of Wm. IV, 117

Adelelm of Fulwell, 253, 258

Adwell, 94

Ælfgar, earl of Mercia, 339

Æthelmar (fl. 1005), 94

Æthelwig the reeve (fl. 995), 8

Agincourt, battle of, 185

Aglionby, John, princ of St. Edm. Hall, Oxf., and r. of Islip, 67, 68, 208, 216; John, his s. (d. 1610), 216; arms, 216

Agnes, dau. of John s. of Adelelm, m. Wal. Buti, 253

Agnes, dau. of John s. of the priest of Northbrook, 228 n

Agrarian revolt (1596), 57, 64, 153, 157, 161, 225

Airaines (Somme, France), 253

Airay, Adam, princ of St. Edm. Hall, Oxf., and r. of Charlton, 91; Hen., prov. of the Queen's Coll., Oxf., and r. of Bletchingdon and Charlton, 58, 67, 68, 89

Airson, Thos., v. of Bicester, 44, 47

Akeman Street, 14, 92, 96, 219, 225, 324 n, 346

Alan of Tusmore, 335, 336, 337

Alban Hall, Oxf., princ. of, see Lamplugh

Albury, 136, 150

Alchester, in Wendlebury, 21, 93, 338, 339, 342

Alcock, John, 89 n; Wm., 89 n; fam., 89 n

Aldenham (Herts.), 59 n

Aldermaston (Berks.), 184

Aldgitha, dau. of Wigod of Wallingford, m. Rob. d'Oilly, 348

Aldrich, Ric, r. of Fringford, 132; Thos., 344

Aldworth, Mrs. John, 254

Alexander III, Pope, 142

Aleyn, Wm., 281

Alfred (fl. 1086), 74

Alice of Hoke, see Audley

Alisot, John, 236

All Souls Coll., Oxf., 208; fellow of, see Standard; ward, of, see Warner

Allardice, Capt. Rob. Barclay, 136

Allen, John, papermaker, 157–8; fam., 149

Allies, T. W., r. of Launton, 241

Almereio, Gil. de, see Damory

Almshouses, 70, 219, 251

Alt, Just, r. of Mixbury, 260

Alveston (Warws.), 316

Alveton, John de, 139

Alward (fl. 1086), 325

Alwi the sheriff (fl. 1086), 2, 60, 61, 66, 277

Alwin (fl. 1066), 208

Amars, see Amory

Ambresdon, Ric. and Alice de, 237

Ambrosden, 17, 21, 34, 47, 80, 232, 287, 317; Ho., 46; man., 23; Park, 18, 234; and see Blackthorn

Amfridus s, of Ric. of Oxf., 95

Amory (or Amars), Caen (Calvados, France), 73

Ampcotes, Isabel, see Barton

Anabaptists, 124, 134, 267, 276, 311

Anders, Gen. W., 48

Anderson, Wm., 318 n

Andrew, Agnes, see Poure of Charlton; Rob., 82, 278 n, 340, 343; Thos. (fl. 1506), 271; Thos. (fl. 1544). 226

Andrew (o Andrewes), John, 220, 271

Andrews, Edw., 106; Jane, see Gunson; John, 228; Ric, 191; Wm., 138

Andria, Roscelinus de, r. of Cottisford, 114 n

Anglesey, earls of, see Annesley

Annaghdown (co. Galway), Ireland, bp. of, 17

Anne, Queen, 42, 246; and see Queen Anne's Bounty

Anne Boleyn, queen of Hen. VIII, 127

Anne of Cleves, queen of Hen. VIII, 119

Annesley, Anne, see Gayer; Art., earl of Anglesey (d. 1686), 56, 58, 65, 347; Art., earl of Anglesey (d. 1737), 5, 59, 162; Art. (d. 1773). 59; Art., M.P. (d. 1841), 5, 57, 59, 65, 70, 156, 162, 165, 168, 341; Art. (d. 1863), vct. Valentia, 60; Art. (d. 1927), vct. Valentia, 57, 156, 160 n, 162, 163, 325; Caryl Art. James (d. 1949), vct. Valentia, 60; Catherine, see Hardy; Eliz., w. of Jas. (d. 1690), earl of Anglesey, 59; Eliz., m.— Gayer, 59; Francis, M.P. (d. 1750), 59; Revd. Francis (d. 1740), 59; Jas. (d. 1690), earl of Anglesey, 59, 70; Jas. (d. 1702), earl of Anglesey, 59; John (d. 1710), earl of Anglesey, 59; Ric. (d. 1761), earl of Anglesey, 59, 60; fam., 5, 58, 60, 68, 70, 161, 162, 341; ests., 59, 60

Apperley, Chas. Jas. ('Nimrod'), 246

Appleton (Berks.), 278

Appletree, Thos., 123

Appropriations of churches, see Bicester; Chesterton; Fritwell; Fulwell; Hampton Gay; Kirtlington; Stoke Lyne; Wendlebury; Weston-on-the-Green

Archer, Edw., r. of Somerton, 297

Arches, Joan, m. Sir John Dynham, 304; John, s. of Sir Ric., 304; Lucy, see Abberbury; Sir Ric., 304; Sim., of Waddesdon (Bucks.), 304

Arches, ct. of, 12

Archibus, Alex. de, 224 n

Architects, see Adam; Beazley; Benham; Blomfield; Bodley; Brown; Bruton; Buckeridge; Buckler; Bucknall; Bury, Talbot; Carter; Comper; Cundy; Dale; Ferrey; Garner; Gibbs; Imrie and Angell; Hakewill; Hodgson; Hussey; Lethaby; Lewis; Lutyens, Sir Edwin; Lutyens, Rob.; Miller, Sanderson; Mowbray, A. M.; Mylne; Nicholson; Penrose; Plowman; Pugin; Rayson; Richardson; Sanderson, J.; Scott, G. G.; Scott, Sir Geo. Gilbert; Scott, J. O.; Sedding; Smith, Rog.; Spiers; Street; Teulon; Underwood; Wilkinson; Woodyer; Wren, Sir Chris.

Arden, Ann, 115; Ant., 221, 223, 226; Eleanor, 170; Eliz., m. Rob. Spencer, 170; Hen., 223, 231; Jane, 231; Jas., r. of Cottisford and Mixbury (fl. 1535), 114, 260; Jas. (fl. 1600), 106; John (d. by 1468), 170; John (fl. c. 1500), 256; John (d. 1535), 106, 107, 110, 114; John (fl. 1549), 124, 131; John (d. 1556), 106; John (fl. 1568), 221; John (fl. 1570), 106; John (fl. 1600), 106, 115; John (d. 1605), 223, 259; Juliana, m. Wm. Pope, 170; Marg., m. Geo. Napier (d. 1671), 231; Marg., w. of Ant., see Cockes; Margery, wid. of John, 170; Margery (fl. 1492), m. 1 Wm. Gygour, 2 ? Thos. Colyer, 170; Mary, 231; Rob. (fl. c. 1450), 106; Rob. (fl. late 15th cent.), 170; Wm. (fl. 1428), 17; Wm. (fl. 1468), 170; fam., 105, 106, 107, 110, 111, 115, 170, 223, 224, 231, 254, 288

Ardern, Master Wm. de, r. of Chesterton, 101

Arderne (or Ardene), de, John, 317; Lucy, m. Thos. de Lewknor, 304; Lucy, see Say; Ralph (d. by 1259), 304; Ralph (fl. 1279), 305–6; Thos. (d. by 1231), 303, 304; Thos. (fl. 1259), 304; fam., 356

Ardley, Elias, r. of, 12, 143

Ardley, 4, 6, 7–14, 254, 312, 320, 349; ch. bldg., 13; ch. hist., 11–13, 143, 321, 322; civ. war, 10; dom. arch., 8; ec. hist., 10–11; farms, 7, 8, 11; fields, 10, 11, 12; geol., 7; incl., 11; inns, 8, 11; man., 8–10, 294, 296, 335, 356; man. ho., 7–8; noncf., 13; occs., 11; P.N., 7; pop., 11, 354, 360; rectors, 8, 13, 322; Rcty., 8, 13; schs., 13–14, 145, 323; taxes, 7, 10–11, 358; top., 7–8; was., 7; and see Fewcot

Arncot ordnance depot, see War Dept. Base

Arnold, Ric., 328, 329

Arrouasian canons, see Notley Abbey

Arscote, Wm., 224

Arsic, Alexandra, m. Thos. de la Haye, 126, 128, 139, 291, 296; Joan, m. 1 Eustace de Grenevile, 2 Steph. Simeon, 126, 131, 139, 291, 296; John, 126; Manasses, 129, 131, 132, 143, 291, 296; Margery, see Vernon; Rob., 126, 139, 263, 291, 296; Sybil, see Crevequer; Wm., 126; fam., 126, 139, 263; barony, 8, 126, 263, 294; fee, 139; hon., 139, 356

Arundel, earls of, 209 n, 356, and see d'Aubigny; hon. of, 209 n

Arundell, Cicely, Lady, see Compton; Hen., ld. of Wardour, 148, 291, 293, 296; Sir John (d. 1545), 305; Sir John (d. 1557), 305; Sir John (d. 1590), 294, 305; Sir John (fl. late 18th cent.), 65; Kath., see Dynham; Sir Thos., 305

Ascot, in Great Milton, 162, 305

Ascot-under-Wychwood, 222 n

'Asgar', see Esegar

Ashbank, see Aves Ditch

Ashby, John, London haberdasher, 234, 242; fam., 241

Ashby Magna (Leics.), 169

Ashe, Thos., 74, 79

Ashfield, Mic., 270

Ashridge Coll. (Herts.), 95, 96, 100, 235, 236

Ashwell, Misses, 122, 259; W., 116 n, 122

Ashworth, Edw., 198

Asterleigh, in Kiddington, 270

Aston, Alice, m. 1 —, 2 Rob. Austen, 293; Isabel, w. of Wm., see Clederow; John (d. 1459), 292; John (fl. 1573), 293; John (fl. 16th cent.) and his w. Isabel, 294; Ric., 292, 293; Wm. (fl. 1465) and his w. Isabel, 292; Wm. (fl. 1635), 290, 294, 299; Wm., mercer of London, 292 n; fam., 290, 291, 292

Aston, North, 142, 144; mill, 290

Aston, Steeple, 20, 188, 190, 205, 223, 300, 305; sch., 145

Aston Clinton (Bucks.), 169, 276

Aston Rowant, 334

Astor, Hon. Wm., 60

Astrop (Northants), 139

Astwood Savage (Worcs.), 303

Athol, ctss. of, see Comyn

Atkinson, Wm., r. of Hampton Poyle, 166

Aubigny, de, see d'Aubigny

Audley, Sir Thos., lord chancellor, 240

Audley, de, Alice, 'of Hoke', wid. of Jas., 169, 170; Anne, 326; Ela, see Longespée; Eliz., m. John Rose, 170; Eva, mistress of Jas., m. 1 Thos. Audley, 2 Sir Thos. de Ufford, 326; Hawise, 326; Hugh (d. c. 1326), 326, 328; Hugh, later earl of Gloucester (d. 1347), 118, 175, 185, 326; Jas. (d. 1272), 22, 169, 170, 324; Jas., illegitimate s. of Jas. (d. 1272), 170; Jas. (fl. 1285), of Ashby Magna (Leics.), 169; Jas. (d. 1334), 326; Jas., illegitimate s. of Jas. (d. 1334), 326; Joan (fl. 13th cent.), m. John de Beauchamp, 169; Joan, w. of Wm. (d. 1365), 170; Kath., 326; Marg., w. of Hugh, earl of Gloucester, see Clare; Marg., dau. of Hugh, earl of Gloucester, m. Ralph, earl of Stafford, 175, 326; Pet., 326; Thos. (fl. early 14th cent.), 326; Thos., bro. of Wm. (d. 1365), 170; Wm. (d. 1365), 110, 170; fam., of Aston Clinton (Bucks.), 169; fam., of Stratton Audley, 324, 328, 356; arms of, 325

Auger, Wm., 218

Aulnay, Lucy de, see Rumilly

Aulnay Abbey (Normandy), 17 n, 41, 222, 225 n, 227–8, 229; abbot of, 224

Aumale, ctss. of, see Riviers; earldom of, 137

Aundeley, see d'Aundeley

Austen, Alice, see Aston; Rob., grocer of London, 293

Austin, Frideswide, w. of Geo., m. 2 Valentine Walton, 106; Geo., 106

Aves Ditch, 7, 135, 182, 219, 290

Avington (Berks.), 244 n

Avranches, see d'Avranches

Aylesbury, Wal. of, 184

Aylesbury (Bucks.), 31, 49, 50

Aynho and Ashendon Rlwy., see Great Western Rlwy.

Aynho (Northants), 306–7, 312, 321; Park, 301, 302

Ayscough, Francis, dean of Bristol and r. of Godington, 150; John, 82

Azor (fl. 1065), 3

B

Babington, Ant., and his wid., 74; Edw., 270; Eliz., see Williamscote; Ellen, see Illingworth; Rob., 270; Sir Wm., 270; Wm. (fl. 1464), 270; Wm. (d. c. 1535), 270

Bacon, Edw., 119; Nat., 119, 124; Master Rob., r. of L. Heyford, 192

Bachelor, Hugh, 176 n

Backhouse, Nic. and his w. Anna, 221

Badlesmere, Bart., 118; Eliz., wid. of Giles, m. 2 Hugh Despenser, 3 Guy de Brian, 118, 119; Eliz., m. 1 Edm. Mortimer (d. 1332), 2 Wm. de Bohun, earl of Northampton (d. 1360), 118; Giles (d. 1338), 118, 119

Bagley, Hen., bellfounder, 250, 311; Mat., 69

Bagshawe, Edw., preacher, 48

Bailley, —, of Bicester, 64

Bainbridge, Geo., 235

Bainton, in Stoke Lyne, 3, 313, 314, 318, 319, 329, 335, 355, 359, 361; depop., 319; land in, 130, 264; man., 278, 316–18, 319, 321, 357; Man. Farm (formerly man. ho.), 313; tithes, 321

Baker, John, 176; Sam., 282; Wm. (d. 1533), 173; Wm. (d. 1770), 125; Wm., of U. Heyford, 204

Baldington, arms of, 159

Baldric (fl. 12th cent.), 176

Baldwin (fl. 11th cent.), 81

Baldwin, Sir John, 326

Ball, Alice, 76; Rob., fellow of New Coll., Oxf., 176; Wm., clockmaker, 34; fam., clockmakers, 34

Balleby, Wm. de, r. of L. Heyford, 193

Balliol Coll., Oxf., 280, 281, 284; master of, see Thwaites

Bampton, 298

Banbury, 11, 31, 36, 197, 269; constabulary, 38

Banbury, med. hosp. at, 306 and n; prior of, 306

Bangor, bps. of, see Cleaver, Rowlands

Banks, John, 210; Rob., 217

Banks, see Bicester parish entry

Bannister, Humph., 292 n

Bannockburn, battle of, 314

Banville, Fulk de, 143

Baptists, 49, 51, 81, 91, 217, 242, 276, 285

Bar (or Barres), John le (fl. 1310–45), 107; John le (fl. 1360), 110; John (fl. 1430), 110; Ralph le, 107; Rob., 107; Wm., 107, 108; fam., 105

Barber, Revd. —, of Bletchingdon, 65

Barclay, Capt., see Allardice

Bardolf, Amice, see Buxhull; Sir Rob., 74, 316

Barford St. John (or Little Barford), 224

Barford St. Michael, 198

Barker, Dr. Hugh, 138; Mary, w. of, 138, 145

Barlings Abbey (Lincs.), 248

Barnes, G. E., r. of Somerton, 296; W. G., 296; Wm., 296

Barnewell, John, r. of Souldern, 308

Baron, Nic., and his w. Alice, 317

Barons' War, the, 315

Barres, see Bar

Barrett, Corbett Chas., 125, 262; Devorax, 287; Eliz., see Heath; Wm., 76

Barrington, Hon. P., 173

Barrow, Hugh, 193 n

Barry, Anne, see Denton; Chris., 156, 157; Sir Francis, bt., 159; Jeanne Irene, m. Hon. Jas. Angus McDonnell, 156; John, 155, 156, 157; Kath., m. Edw. Fenner, 150, 153, 155, 157, 159; Lawr., 155, 157; Col. Stanley, 156, 159; Vinc. (d. 1615), 153, 155, 157, 159; Vinc. (d. 1666), 150, 156; Vinc. (fl. 1682), 155; fam., 153, 157; arms of, 159

Barry, de, Gerald, chronicler, 94, 101

Bartlett, Ric., 170

Barton, de, Isabel, m. — Ampcotes, 317; John and his w. Isabel, 317; Nic., 207; Wm., 317

Barton, Middle, 186

Barton, Westcot, 264

Barton Bendish (Norf.), 127

Barton Seagrave (Northants), 184, 185

Bartons, in Buckingham (Bucks.), 317

Basnet, Sam., 41 n, 48 n

Basset, Alice, see Dunstanville; Alina, m. 1 Hugh Despenser (d. 1265), 2 Rog. Bigod, earl of Norfolk (d. 1306), 222; Egeline, w. of Gil. (d. 1205), m. 2 Ric. Burdun, 20, 21; Ela, see Longespée; Eustachia, m. 1 Thos. de Verdun, 2 Ric. de Camville (d. c. 1219), 21, 22, 147, 175, 178, 245, 325, 330; Fulk, bp. of London, 222; Gil. (d. by 1154), 21, 41, 325, 330; Gil. (d. 1205), 16, 20, 21, 22, 25, 31, 39, 40, 147, 325, 327, 330; Gil. (d. 1241), of High Wycombe (Bucks.), 220, 222, 224; Phil., justiciar, 221, 222, 223; Philippa, m. Hen. de Newburgh, earl of Warwick, 20, 222 n; Ralph, justiciar, 21, 253, 258, 325; —, his s., 258; Rob., chaplain of Shelswell, 289; Thos. (d. 1180), 21, 325; Thos. (d. 1230), 222, 224; fam., 16, 253, 357

Bat, Pascha, 173

Bate, Master Wal., r. of Souldern, 309

Bath, fam., 226

Bathurst, Allen, ld. Bathurst, 253, 254; Sir Ben. of Paulerspury (Northants), 254; Ben., M.P. (d. 1767), 253, 254, 257, 260, 261; Hen., bp. of Norwich, 253; Dr. Ralph, pres. of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 282; —, w. of Ben. (d. 1767), see Broderick; fam., 252

Batson, Stanlake (fl. c. 1767), 254; Stanlake (fl. 1823), 254; Stanlake Hen., 252, 254; Stanlake Ricketts, 254

Bayeux (Normandy), bp, of, see Odo

Bayeux tapestry, 291

Bayley, John, r. of Fringford, 132; Wm., 100

Baynton, Sir Edw., 184, 186, 191; Joan, see Roches; John de (fl. 1330), 236, 237; John (fl. 1511), 186; Nic., 185, 186

Bazeley, Thos., 156

Beacham, Ben., carpenter, 207 n

Beachampton (Bucks.), 317

Beauchamp, de, Alice, w. of Rob., see Clinton; Alice, dau. of Rob., 169; Alice, w. of John, 9; Eleanor, m. 1 Thos., ld. Ros, 2 Edm. Beaufort, duke of Somerset, 3 Wal. Rokesley, 138, 269; Eliz., m. Geo. Nevill, ld. Latimer, 138, 269, 273; Eliz., ctss. of Warwick, see Berkeley; Eliz., w. of Sir Wal., see Roches; Eliz., w. of Wm., ld. Amand, see Braybrook; Joan, w. of John, see Fitzwyth; Joan, w. of John, see Audley; John, ld. de Beauchamp, baron of Kidderminster (d. 1388), 9, 11; John, ld. de Beauchamp, baron of Kidderminster (d. 1420), 9, 11; Marg., dau. of John (d. 1420), m. 1 John Pauncefoot, 2 John Wysham, 3 Sir Wal. Skull, 9, 11; Marg., dau. of Ric., earl of Warwick, m. John Talbot, 4th earl of Shrewsbury, 138, 269, 273; Philippa, m. Hugh de Stafford, earl of Stafford, 326; Ric. (fl. 13th cent.) of Holt (Worcs.), 9; Ric., earl of Warwick (d. 1439), 137, 269, 273; Ric., ld. St. Amand (d. 1508), 186; Rob., 169; Thos., earl of Warwick (d. 1369), 326; Thos., earl of Warwick (d. 1401), 326; Sir Wal., 185; Wm., later ld. St. Amand (d. 1457), 185

Beaufort, Edm., later duke of Somerset (d. 1455), 138; Edm. (d. 1471), 138; Eleanor, see Beauchamp; Eleanor, m. 1 Jas. Butler, earl of Ormond and Wiltshire (d. 1461), 2 Sir Rob. Spencer, 138, 140; Eliz., dau. of Eleanor Beaufort, 138; Hen., duke of Somerset, 138; Joan, Lady Howth, 138; Marg., m. Humph. Stafford (d. 1455), 138; fam., 138

Beaumont, John, 176; Rob. de, 208

Beaver, H. J., r. of Godington, 151

Beazley, C. N., architect, 45, 267

Bee Abbey (Normandy), 2, 3, 100, 101 n, 104–7, 109, 113, 207, 357; abbot of, 108; steward of, 109

Beche, de la, Nic., 137, 269

Beckley, fam., 214

Beckley, 80, 82, 212, 253, 268, 272, 274, 281 n; fisherman of, 206; Park, 244; rcty., 344

Beckwith-Smith, Maj.-Gen., 332

Bedel, Mat. le, 137

Bedford, Ric, 148

Bedford, dukes of, see John, duke of Bedford, and Russell

Bedford (Beds.), 17, 50 n, 222

Bedwyn, John, 331

Bee, John, 344; Mat., 344, 345; Thos., 344; fam., mercers, 342, 345

Beesley, fam., 214

Bek, Ant. de, bp. of Durham, 169; Thos., bp. of Lincoln, 321

Beke, Master John, r. of Oddington, 283

Bekke, John de, 271

Belage, Rob., r. of Chesterton, 100

'Bell', the, med. hostelry, Bicester, 16, 17

Bellême, Rob. de, 209

Bellfounders, see Bagley, Farmer, Hemins, Keene

Bell foundry, Bicester, 34; and see Chalcombe

Below, John, 200

Belson, Edw., 157

Bendinges, Alice de, wid. of Wm. of Weston, 286

Benham, G. H., architect, 347; Mary, 250

Benn, Rob., r. of Charlton, 91

Bennet, Rowland, 231; W. L., r. of Finmere, 124

Bennett, Ric., r. of Bucknell, 77, 78

Benskyn, Jas., r. of Godington, 149, 151

Benson, Wm., r. of Hampton Poyle with S. Weston, 160, 167

Benzelin (fl. 11th cent.), royal usher, 3

Bere, Ralph de la, 83; Sir Ric., 83

Bereford, de, Baldw., 292; his dau. Joan, m. Rog. Giffard, 292

Bereworth (or Berewike), John, 83

Berkeley, Eliz., m. Ric. de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, 138, 269; Marg., see Lisle; Thos., ld. Berkeley (d. 1417), 138, 269, 271

Berkshire, ctss. of, see Vere; earl of, see Norreys

Bermingham, Eliz. de, wid. of John de, m. 2 Rob. ld. Grey, 3 John de Clinton, 4 Sir John Russell, 127, 131, 292

Berners, John ld., see Bourchier

Bernwood, 117, 161

Berridge, Isaac, 139

Bertie, Bridget, see Wray; Capt. Fred. Art., 349; Revd. Fred. Art., 347, 349; Georgina, see Ker; Capt. Hen., M.P. (d. 1734), 93, 349; Jas., ld. Norreys, earl of Abingdon (d. 1699), 93, 95, 349; Revd. John, 351; Kath., 103; Montagu, earl of Abingdon (d. 1854), 349; Montagu, earl of Lindsey (d. 1666), 93, 95; Norreys, 349, 352; Peregrine (d. 1790), 103, 347, 349, 352; Peregrine (fl. 1848), 351; Philadelphia, see Norreys; Rose Emily, w. of Capt. Fred. A., 349; Willoughby, earl of Abingdon (d. 1760), 95, 341; Willoughby, earl of Abingdon (d. 1799), 52, 349; —, s. of Capt. Fred. A., 349; fam., 93–95, 103, 341, 347, 352

Besi (fl. 11th cent.), 183

Betterton, in Lockinge (Berks.), 94

Beverley, Amice, see Buxhull; Anne, m. — Langford, 74; Eliz., m. — Dauntesy, 74; Sir John, 73, 75, 148, 316; fam., 148

Bicester, ld., see Smith

Bicester, 6, 7, 14–56, 168, 174, 197, 251, 312, 331 n; agrarian hist., 24– 30, 343; bailiwick, 22, 23, 33, 36, 37–38, 55: bailiff of, 37–38; banks: Barclays, Kirby & Wooten, Lloyds, Midland, Oxford & Buckinghamshire, Tubb's, 35; Bury End, 16; chaps., 16, 43, and see Launton and Stratton ch. hists.; chars., 54–56, 346: char. socs., 39, 44; Feoffees' char., 37, 39, 54–55; Walker's char., 52, 53, 54, 55; ch. bldg., 16, 38, 40, 44–47; ch. hist., 30, 40–44, 55, 144, 240, 330, 331; civ. war, 20–21, 24; clubs, 39; Compt. cens., 34, 47, 48, 360; ct. ho., 38; Crockwell, 14, 16, 17, 27, 34, 39, 44; depop., 27; dom. arch., 17–19; epidemics, 33, 34, 39, 40, 47; European voluntary workers, 21, 36, 48; farms, 20, 30; field map, 29; fields, 25, 26, 28, 30, 232; fires, 18, 20, 33; Garth, the, 34, 38; geol., 14; Hall (grammar sch.), 19, 53; hermitage (chap, of St. John Baptist), 16, 43; horse-racing, 35, 36, 71; hosp., 56; housing ests., 19, 51; Hunt, 21, 35, 36, and see. Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt; incl., 20, 26, 42: Market End incl., 14, 30, 38, 41, 42; inns, 33, 34, 35, 36; landowners, 30; Local Govt. District, 38; local govt., 36–40; man. ho. and chap., 16; mans., 3, 4, 21–24, 28, 31, 36, 37, 41, 326, 356; Market End civ. par., 14, 71, 40 n; Market End Local Board, 38, 39; markets and fairs, 31–36, 37, 355; mills, 25, 31, 37; newspapers, 35; P.N., 14; poor rel., 39–40; pop., 34, 36, 227, 354, 360; Prot. noncf., 34, 44, 48–51, 52, 54, 91, 103: Water Lane chap., 18, 48, 49; public health, 38, 39; quarries, 16, 34; rcty. est., 41: roads, 14; Rom. Cathm., 17, 41, 47–48, 53; Rural District, 14, 40 n; schs., 19, 21, 44, 45, 47, 51–55, 78, 80, 103, 134, 152, 242, 250, 345; Serbo-Orthodox ch., 48; streets, 16, 19, 31: Causeway, 16, 18, 19, London Rd., 18, Market Square, 16, 17, 18, 33, 35, 39, New Bldgs. (North St.), 16, 18, 39, Sheep (St. John the Baptist) St., 16, 18, 19, 33, 47, 50, 51, Water Lane (Chapel St.), 18, 19, 31, 39; taxes, 25, 27, 32, 33, 34, 227, 228 n, 294, 358; tithe dispute, 42; top., 14–21; Town Ho. (Hall), 17, 19, 52, 54; town map, 15; trades and industry, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36; Urban District, 14; Urban District Council, 22, 38; Vic., 17–18; vicars, 21, 27, 29, 37, 43, 45, 47, 50, 52; windmills, 31; wds., 16; workhouse, 37, 38, 39, 40, 54; worthies, 20–21; and see Bicester King's End, Bicester Priory, Bignell, Royal Air Force, St. Edburg, War Dept. Base, Wretchwick

Bicester King's End, in Bicester, 6, 14, 37, 54, 358, 360; Bicester Ho. (Burcester Hall or Nuns' Place), 20, 21, 24, 47; civ. par., 14, 92, 40 n; depop., 27; ec. hist., 21, 25, 29, 30, 32; incl., 28, 30, 41, 42; Local Board, 38; local govt., 38, 227; man. (Nuns' Place), 24, 25, 36–37, 38, 227; top., 16, 19–20

Bicester Advertiser, the, 35

Bicester deanery, 40, 88, 89, 159, 166, 215, 273, 282, 320; dean of, see Blackwell

Bicester Directory, the, 35

Bicester Herald, the, 35

Bicester, Heyford and Enstone Turnpike Trust, 125, 191

Bicester Highway Board, 125

Bicester Poor Law Union, 66; Board of Guardians of, 40

Bicester Priory, 21, 28, 34, 51, 72, 197, 203, 229, 286, 326, 340; chantries, 17, 31; churches, 40–42, 240, 330–1; ch. bldg., 16, 17, 20, 43, 46; conventual bldgs., 16, 17, 43; lands of, 10, 95, 129, 223, 224, 235, 246, 288, 341; mans. of, 224, 327, 328, 357, and see Bicester, Bignell, Wretchwick; mills of, 220– 1, and see Bicester; priors of, 27, 28, 224 n, 282; quarry of, 227; tithes of, 229, and see Bicester

Bicester Stone Co., 330

Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, 72, 147, 263, 266, 303, 314, 325; and see Bicester Hunt under par. entry

Biddlesden Abbey (Bucks.), 3, 107, 108, 118

Biggs, Mat., 82

Bignell, fam., 306

Bignell, in Bicester, 3, 14, 37, 142, 227, 354, 358, 360; chap., 19, 43; ec. hist., 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30; fields, 25–26; Ho., 19, 28, 29, 30; man., 23–24, 31, 36–37, 357; man. no. (Bignell Farm), 19, 24; market and fair, 32–33, 35; P.N., 24; tithes, 41, 42, 229; top., 19, 29, 93; windmill, 31

Bigod, Alina, w. of Rog., see Basset; Rog., earl of Norfolk, 222

Billing, John, 9; Wm., of Deddington, 9, 11

Billington, Wm., canon of Bicester Priory, 43

Bilsington (Hants), 209

Bird (or Birde), John, v. of Bicester and r. of Wendlebury, 43, 344, 345

Birinus, bp. of Dorchester, 14

Birkhead, Geo., r. of Bletchingdon, 69

Birne, riv., 146, 312

Biscoe, Jos., of London, 176

Bishop, John, 24; Sam., 24

Black Bourton, see Bourton

Black Death, 32, 85, 109, 110, 120, 170, 177, 187, 199, 200, 214, 215, 229, 239, 247, 255, 271, 297, 333, 337, 342

Blackfriars Bridge, London, 334

Blackthorn, in Ambrosden, 27, 40, 49, 235, 236

Blackwell, Sam., dean of Bicester deanery and v. of Bicester, 21, 45, 47

Bladon, 61 n

Bladon-with-Woodstock, r. of, 12

Blaeu, Jan, mapmaker, 1

Blake, Dan., 176; John, 167; Wm. (fl. 1604), 223; Wm. (fl. 1682), 176; fam., 175–6

Blakevill, Wm. de, 75; fam., 357

Bledlow (Bucks.), 109

Blenheim, in Woodstock, 159

Bletchingdon, 1, 2, 56–71, 158, 207, 228, 350; chars., 70–71; ch. bldg., 68–69; ch. hist., 66–68, 229; civ. war, 57, 58, 67; dom. arch., 56– 57; ec. hist., 61–66; farms, 57, 65– 66; fields, 56, 62–64, 67; field map, 63; friendly socs., 66; geol., 56; incl., 62, 64–65, 68, 70; inns, 56; lesser ests., 61, 155; mans., 58–61, 62, 73, 74, 156, 162, 278, 356, 357; man. hos., 57, 58; mills, 61; noncf., 69–70; occs., 66; Park (Ho.), 57, 58–59, 347; parks, 56; poor rel., 66; pop., 66, 354, 360; rectors, 64, 65, 68; Recty., 57, 58; schs., 70, 168, 232; soc. conds., 64; taxes, 57, 62, 228, 358; top., 56–58; wds., 56; worthies, 58; and see Enslow

Blewbury sch. (Berks.), Charity Trustees and prop. of, 268, 271, 272, 274, 275

Blois, Gervase de, abbot of Westminster, 209, 215

Blomberg, Chas., baron, 279; Edm. Chas., 279; Eliz., bnss., see Dickinson; Wm., 278; fam., 279

Blomfield, canon J.C., local historian, 234, 241, and passim; Jas., r. of Launton, 233–4, 240–2; Sir Reg., architect, 104, 117, 123, 204, 241

Blount, of Mapledurham, Sir Chas., 17, 23, 42, 47; Dot., see Clerk; Eliz., w. of Sir Ric., 47; John, 11; Lister, 47; Margery, see Verdun; Mary, see Moore; Sir Mic. (d. 1610), 22, 28, 41, 42, 246; Mic. (d. 1649), 23; Nic., 11; Sir Ric., 17, 22, 24, 41 n, 42; Wal., 23, 47; Welsbourne, 17; Wm., 175; fam., 17, 28, 31, 41, 47

Blower, Ric., 264; Rob. and his w. Anne, 264; fam., 264

Bloxham, 310; stone. 16

Blue Coat school, see Bicester schs.

Blundell, Eliz., m. Edm. Hogan. 119; John, 119, 122; Mary, m. 1 Gerard Croker, 2 Ric. Lee, 119; Theodora, m. 1 John Denton, 2 Justinian Champneys, 119, 317

Blundeville, de, Mabel, m. — d'Aubigny, 8; Ranulf, earl of Chester, 8

Blunt, John le, 108; Rog. le, 108

Blyth tournament (Notts.), 245

Boarstall (Bucks.), 1, 59, 60, 66, 161, 317

Bodicote, Edm., 37; John, 37; Thos., 37

Bodley, G. F., architect, 46, 310

Bodyn, Geof., 61; Martin, 61

Boffin, Thos., 75; Wm., 75; fam., 75, 357

Bohun, de, Eleanor, m. Thos. of Woodstock, duke of Gloucester, 222, 339; Eliz., see Badlesmere; Humph., earl of Hereford, Essex and Northampton, 23, 222, 339; Mary, m. Hen. Bolingbroke, later Hen. IV, 222, 239; Wm., later earl of Northampton, 23, 118, 222; —, ctss. of Hereford, Essex and Northampton, wid. of Humph., 222 n

Bois, de, Philippa, see Turri: Wm., 118

Bolbec (Normandy), 315

Bolde, Phil., 142

Bolebec, de, Hugh (fl. 11th cent.), 314, 315; Hugh (fl. 1166), 315, 318; Isabel, m. Rob. de Vere, 3rd earl of Oxf., 315; Wal. (fl. 12th cent.), 315; Wal., s. of Hugh (fl. 1166), 315

Bolein, John de, 199

Boleyn, Marg., see Butler; Sir Thos., ld. Rochford, 140; Sir Wm., 140; and see Anne Boleyn

Bolney (Sussex), 166

Bond, John, 345

Bonde, Thos., 300

Bonshommes, House of, see Ashridge Coll.

Bonner, Wm., 176

Booth, Gen. Wm., 51

Boresworth, Wm. de, r. of U. Heyford, 203

Borlase, Anne, w. of John (d. 1593), 326; Anne, m. Art. Warren, 327; Baldw., 332; Frances Marina, m. Geo. Sedley Vernon, 327; John (d. 1593), 325, 326; Sir John, bt. (d. 1672), 327; Sir John, bt. (d. 1689), 327, 332; Wm. (d. 1629), 326; Wm. (d. 1630), 326–7; fam., 326; and see Warren

Boroughbridge, battle of, 118, 137

Bossom, — (fl. 1839), sculptor, s. of Chas. (d. 1830), of Oxf., 345

Bottlesham, Wm., bp. of Rochester, 258

Bourchier, Eliz., w. of Fulk, ld. Fitzwarine (d. 1479), see Dynham; Lady Eliz., m. Hugh Stafford (d. 1420), 326; Fulk, ld. Fitzwarine (d. 1479), 305; Hen., 326; Jane, 326; John, ld. Berners (d. 1533), 326; fam., 326

Bourne, John, 97, 103, 345; Wm. (fl. 1544), 226; Wm. (fl. 1599), 103, 345; and see Sturges Bourne

Bourton, Black, 82, 340

Bovenden, de, Cecily, see Turri; Dav., 118

Bowell, Drusilla, 55, 103; char., 346

Bowelles, de, Hen., 224 n; fam., 224 n

Bower, yeo. fam., 306

Bowerman, Mrs., of Bicester, 51

Bowles, G. D., r. of Wendlebury, 346

Boycott (Bucks.), 1, 5 n, 354, 358, 360

Boyle, Hen., ld. Carleton, s. of Chas., ld. Clifford of Lanesborough, 243, 246, 250

Brackley (Northants), 1, 7, 11, 17, 50, 54, 168, 181, 197, 252, 300, 314, 323

Bradley, Wm., r. of L. Heyford, 194

Bradshaw, Benedict, 270; Bridget, m. 1 Hen. White, 2 Thos. Fermor (d. 1580), 270; Christian, m. Thos. Winchcombe, 270; Hen., 269, 270, 272; Joan, 270, 272, 275, 276; Ric., of Hampton Gay, 157; Wm., 270; fam., 268; arms, 275

Bradwell (Bucks.), 94

Bradwell Priory, 123

Braithwaite, Gab., 284

Brampton, North (Northants), 185

Bramston, Thos. Berney, 106

Brandon, Chas., duke of Suffolk, 17, 22, 40; Eliz., see Dynham; Sir Thos., 305

Brangwin (Brangwyn), Castell, 194; John, of Middle Barton, 186; John (fl. 1795), 186; John (fl. 1806), 225 n; Ric., of Kingsey (Bucks.), 186; fam., 186, 194

Brasenose Coll., Oxf., 287, 288

Brasenose Hall, Oxf., 77; princ. of, see Croston

Brasier, Rob., merchant, 32

Brassard, Master Sampson, r. of L. Heyford, 192

Brasses, anc. monumental, 67, 91, 102, 115, 167, 241, 250, 275, 284, 299, 310, 323, 352

Bray, fam., 221

Braybrook, de, Eliz., m. 1 Wm. Beauchamp, ld. St. Amand, 2 Rog. Tocotes, 185–6; Gerard, 185

Bréauté, de, Fawkes, 136, 197, 199; Marg., see Fitzgerold; Thos., and his wid. Eliz., 197, 198; Wm., 222

Breeks, Thos., r. of Hampton Poyle, 167

Bremor, John, r. of Chesterton, 100

Brente, Anker, 305

Bret, le, Jas., 23, 25 n; John, 95, 100 n; Sarah, see Chesterton; fam., 357

Breteuil, de, Rog., earl of Hereford, 136, 269

Brian, de, Eliz., see Badlesmere; Guy, 118

Brice, Master Rob., v. of Fritwell, 143

Brictric (fl. 11th cent.), 291

Bridgeman, Orlando, 211, 282

Bridgewater, Jos., 217

Brien (or Brienz) (fl. 11th cent.), 327

Briggs, Ric., 229 n

Brill (Bucks.), 55, 151; forest, 324

Brindley, Jas., engineer, 196

Bristol, convent of, see St. Augustine's Abbey; dean of, see Ayscough

British Aluminium Co., Bristol, 19

British Broadcasting Corporation, 72, 207

British Rlwys. (Midland Region), 284

British Transport Commission, 182

Britwell Salome, 94

Brize Norton, see Norton

Broadgates Hall, Oxf., princ. of, see Higden

Brocker, Hen., r. of Oddington, 284

Brockett (or Brocket), Eliz., see Moore; Sir John, 22, 41, 246

Brode, Nic., 27 n

Broderick, Lawr., preb. of Westminster and r. of Mixbury, 252; — dau. of, m. Ben. Bathurst, 253, 260, 261

Broke, de, Ellen, wid. of Laur. (fl. 1300), 118; Hugh, 118; Laur. (d. 1274), 118, 137, 187, 294; Laur. (fl. 1300), 118; Laur. (fl. 1368), 137; fam., 294, 356

Brokenton, Thos., 225 n

Brome, Dot., m. 1 Vincent Poure, 2 Alex. Horden, 58, 59, 64; arms, 159

Brooke, Rob., 33

Brooke, lds., see Greville

Brooke-Popham, Air Chief Marshal Sir Rob., 105, 107

Brothers, Hen., 287, 288; Marg., see Cornwall; Pet., 287

Brotherton, John, 163

Brotherton, Thos. of, earl of Norfolk, 222

Browman, Geof. de, 186, 187

Brown, Eliz., 69; Lancelot ('Capability'), architect and landscape gardner, 116, 220; W. L., r. of Wendlebury, 344; fam., 250

Browne, Anne, m. Moses Wm. Staples, 279; Harriett, 210; Ric., r. of Launton, 240; Ric. Thos., formerly Staples, 279; Staples, 282; Thos., r. of Oddington, 277, 283; Wm., 234; Wm. F., 240, 242, 279, 281

Brownrig, Wm., r. of Wendlebury, 346

Broxwood (Herefs.), 305

Bruce, Eliz., w. of Wm. (fl. 1683), 183, 194; Eliz., dau. of Wm. (fl. 1685), m. Rob. Kenricke, 186; John, 186; Ric., 186; Susannah, 195; Wm. (d. 1577), 186; Wm. (fl. 1685), 183, 186; Wm. (fl. 1685), 186; fam., of L. Heyford, 186

Bruce, char., 195

Bruere, John, r. of Oddington, 283–4

Brugge, Rog. ate, 174

Bruton, E. G., architect, 8, 19, 216, 284, 303

Bryant, A., mapmaker, 1

Buckeridge, Chas., architect, 69, 115, 194; Wm., r. of Godington, 150

Buckingham, duchy of, 175; dukes of, see Stafford; earl of, see Giffard; mqss. of, see Grenville

Buckingham (Bucks.), 8, 49, 116, 244, 314

Buckingham and Chandos, dukes of, see Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville

Buckinghamshire, 1, 3, 34, 316–17

Buckland, Wm., dean of Westminster and r. of Islip, 208, 216, 217; his dau., 216

Buckler, John, architect, 115, 196, 249

Bucknall, W., architect, 310

Bucknell, 71–80, 147, 169, 264, 287, 316, 317; chars., 78, 80; ch. bldg., 78–79; ch. hist., 42, 76–78, 258; civ. war, 74, 77; Cow Common, 35, 71; ec. hist., 75–76, 77, 78; farms, 71, 76; incl., 71, 75–76, 77; lesser ests., 74–75; Lodge, 71, 72, 76; man., 4, 8, 58, 72–74, 79, 253, 278, 336, 348, 356; man. ho., 71–72; noncf., 79; pop., 71, 75, 76, 354, 360; recties., 71–72; schs., 79–80; taxes, 71, 75, 76, 358; top., 14, 71– 72; Trow Pool, 71, 72; and see Saxenton

Budgett, H. M., 223

Builders, see Cowley, Fisher, Selby, Smith of Warwick

Bull, Thos., 227

Bullingdon Hundred, 1, 3, 6

Bullock, Jos., 71, 313, 318, 319, 321; fam., 318

Bunyan Meeting, at Bedford, 50 n

Burden, Revd. S. G., 49, 51

Burdun, Ric., 21; Egeline, see Basset

Bure, riv. (or brook), 14, 16, 19, 312, 313, 338

Burford, a clothier of, 157 n

Burgh, de, Eliz., see Clare

Burghersh, Bart., 175; Hen., bp. of Lincoln, 248

Burgon, J. W., dean of Chichester, 123

Burn, Wm., 334

Burnel, Rob., 264; his sis. m. Ralph purcel, 264

Burred the thegn, Edwin s. of, 184, 286

Burroughs, Ric., 55

Burrowes (Burrows), Gabriel, 47; John (d. 1706) and his w. Mary, 47; John (d. 1724) and his w. Mary, 47

Burton, John, v. of Chesterton, 93, 101; Rob. de, v. of Bicester, 43; Dr., r. of Launton, 241

Bury, Adrian, r. of Oddington, 283; Edm., 162, 164, 170; Eliz., w. of Jas., see Lovett; Eliz., dau. of Jas., 162; Jane, wid. of Edm., m. 2 Thos. Lovett, 162; Jane, m. 1 Amb. Dormer (d. 1566), 2 Wm. Hawtrey, 162; Jas., 162, 163, 166, 283; Talbot, architect, 204; Ursula, 162

Busby, Chas., 151; Frances, 151; Joan, w. of John, 47 n; Ric., headmaster of Westminster Sch., 209; Wm., r. of U. Heyford and dean of Rochester, 204; fam., 152

Bush, Edm., 328, 332 n; Edw., 327, 331; Jane, m. Ric. Heath, 287

Buti, Agnes, w. of Wal., see Agnes; Wal. (fl. 1205), 253; Wal. (fl. c. 1250), 253

Butler, Alice, see Deincourt; Edm., justiciar of Ireland, 139; Eleanor, see Beaufort; Jas., earl of Ormond (d. 1338), 139; Jas., earl of Ormond (d. 1382) and his wid. Eliz., 139; Jas., earl of Ormond (d. 1405), 139; Jas., earl of Ormond (d. 1452), 139– 40; Jas., earl of Wiltshire and Ormond (d. 1461), 138, 140; John (d. 1274), see Verdun; John, earl of Ormond (d. 1477), 140; John (fl. 1582), 47; John, bp. of Oxf. and later Hereford, 50; Marg., m. Sir Wm. Boleyn, 140; Maud, dau. of Theobald, m. John Pipard (d. 1331), 139; Sir Ralph, later ld. Sudeley, 127, 292; Rose, see Verdun; Theobald (fl. 1220), 175; Thos., earl of Ormond (d. 1515), 140; Thos. (fl. c. 1650), r. of L. Heyford, 193; fam., 139

Butler Act (1944), 53

Butler's Marston (Warws.), 78

Butterwick (Lincs.), 150

Buxhull, Amice de, m. 1 Sir John Beverley, 2 Sir Rob. Bardolf, 73, 74, 148, 316

Buzun, Margery, see Vernon; Wm., 126, 131

Bye, Dav. Griffith, r. of Wendlebury, 344

Byfield (Northants), 106

Byford, Lewis de, r. of Chesterton, 100

Bykenore, de, Joan, see Mortimer; Thos., 304

Bywundebrok, Geof., 174

C

Caerwent, see Kerwent

Calcot, John, 106; Rob., 106

Cambridge, ctss. of, see Mortimer; Ric., earl of, see Richard

Camville, de, Christina, w. of Hugh, 150; Eustachia, see Basset; Gerard, 21, 94, 101, 147, 243, 244, 245, 248, 325; Hugh, 147, 149, 150; Idoine, m. Wm. Longespée, 21, 22, 147, 245, 325; Nichole, see Hay; Reyn., 147; Ric. (d. 1176), 147, 149, 243, 244, 247; Ric. (d. c. 1219), 21, 22, 147, 175, 178, 245, 325, 330; Rob., 147; Thos., 147, 150; fam., 147, 149, 244, 246, 357

Candleford Green, by Flora Thompson, 105

Canterbury, abps. of, see Dunstan, Grant, Juxon, Kilwardby, Laud, Parker, Sheldon, Theobald, Warham; dean of, see Freind

Canville-les-deux-Églises (France), 147

Capella, Thos. de, 66

Carbonel, Alice, m. Nic. Baron, 317; Hamon, 317; Isabel, w. of Pet. (d. 1329), 317; John (fl. 1279), 317, 318; John (d. by 1353), 317; Pet. (fl. 1255), 317; Pet. (d. 1329), 317; Ric., and his wid. Maud, m. 2 Geof. de Upton, 317; —, dau. of John, 317 n; fam., 317, 321, 357

Cardinal Coll., Oxf., 142, 227, 321

Careswell, Rog. de, 9

Carew, Sir Edm., 305; Sir John, 305; Lady Margery, see Dynham

Carleton, ld., see Boyle

Carlton, Mary, 55

Carlyle, John, r. of Noke, 275, 276

Carter, Revd. Geo., prov. of Oriel Coll., Oxf., 210; Jessie, 49; Kath., m. 1 Rob. Heath, 2 Phil. Mordaunt, 287; T. B., architect, 133; Thos., 287; Wm., 182

Cartographers and surveyors, see Blaeu, Bryant, Davis, Grantham, Langdon, Morden, Ogilby, Sargeante, Saunders, Williams

Cartwright, Emma Cecilia, m. Edw. Slater-Harrison, 288; John, 200 n; Ric., 312; fam., 306, 307; char., 312

Carver, Rob., 46, 55; Sarah, m. White Kennett, 47, 55

Castles, 7, 8 n, 290, 324; and see Middleton Stoney and Mixbury

Caswell, in Witney, 155

Catesby Priory (Northants), 83

Catherall, Randall, antiquary, 277

Catherington (Hants), 209

Catteshill (Surr.), 264

Caulcott, in Lower Heyford, 4, 185, 186, 187, 190; chap., 192; fields, 187–8; Ho., 183; noncf., 195; P.N., 187; pop., 187, 190, 354, 360; sch., 195; taxes, 187, 358

Caune, Ric. de, 224 n

Cavendish, Maj.-Gen. Chas., 3rd baron Chesham, 325, 332

Caversfield (Bucks.), 1, 3, 12, 14, 71, 74, 125, 130, 282, 319; ch. hist., 320, 321, 322, 330; ec. hist., 236, 328; farm, 76 n; incl., 324; mans., 27, 318, 324, 327; prop. in, 55; vics., 42, 322, 329, 330

Caversham, 320

Cayzer, Hon. (Herbert) Robin, 60

Ceawlin, King of the West Saxons, 314

Cecil, Thos., 142

Celestine IV, Pope, 283

Celleseye, Ric. de, r. of Middleton, 248

'Cestertune', see Chesterton (Warws.) and Chastleton

Chabbeneys, Wm. de, see Lille

Chalcombe (Northants) bell foundry, 299

Chalgrove, 270

Chamberlain (or Chamberlaine), Ann, 41; Edw., 170; Ric., 352; fam., 244

Chamberlayne, Edw. (d. 1557), of Astley (Warws.), 254; Edw. (fl. 1650), 327; Eliz., see Fernor; Eliz., see Wellesborne; John, 175; Kath., 279; Leon., 119, 155, 162; Penelope, m. Sir Rob. Dashwood (d. 1734), 223, 279; Sir Thos., (d. 1625), 223, 279, 306; Sir Thos., bt. (d. 1643), 224, 279; Sir Thos., bt. (d. 1682), 223, 279; fam., 327

Champernowne, de, Joan, m. Sir Ralph de Willington, 155, 185; Jordan, 185 n; Mabira, see Robert, earl of Glos.; Wm., 155, 185; fam., 153, 155, 185, 256

Champneys, Justinian, 119; Ric., 119; Theodora, see Blundell; T. W., r. of Cottisford, 114

Chancery, Court of, 68, 120, 251

Chancy, Toby, 340

Chandler, Hen., 39; Ric., 47; fam., 241

Chandos, Alice de, see Turri; Sir John, 316; Rob. de, 118

Chantries, see Bicester Priory

Chapels, med., see Bicester, Bignell, Caulcott, Fulwell, Hardwick, Launton, Stratton Audley, Wendlebury, Willaston

Chaplin, Wm. (fl. 1704), 122; Wm. (d. 1726), r. of Finmere, 122, 124

Chappel, C., builder, 323

Charity Commissioners, 70, 125, 243, 262, 312

Charlbury, 159

Charles I, King, 270, 291, 293, 314

Charles II, King, 169, 208, 225

Charleton, E. C., 41

Charlton-on-Otmoor, 1, 3, 80–92, 279, 281; chars., 92; ch. bldg., 89, 90–91; ch. hist., 84, 88–90; Compt. cens., 86, 91, 360; dom. arch., 80– 81; ec. hist., 83–88; farms, 86; field map, 85; fields, 84; incl., 84, 86, 89, 92; inns, 81; lesser ests., 82–83; man., 5, 81–82, 84, 357; noncf., 48, 49, 81, 90, 91–92; P.N., 83; occs., 88; pop., 80, 86, 88, 354, 360; Recty., 80, 81, 89, 90; rectors, 48, 81, 92; schs., 81, 92, 285; soc. conds., 86, 90; taxes, 32, 80, 83–84, 86, 227, 358; top., 80–82; windmill, 81, 83, 88; yeo. fams., 86; and see Fencott, Murcott, Otmoor

Chastleton, 94 and n, 316

Chaucer, Alice, m. Wm. de la Pole, duke of Suffolk, 73; Thos., 61, 73

Chaunceus, And. de, 137

Chaundler, Thos., ward. of New Coll., Oxf., 204

Cheam, Master John de, r. of Bucknell, later bp. of Glasgow, 77

Checkendon, 317

Chedworth, John, bp. of Lincoln, 191

Cheney, Sir Hen., later ld. Cheney of Toddington, 82

'Cherielintone', see Kirtlington

Cherlecote, Rog. de, r. of Finmere, 122

Cherwell, riv., 1, 56, 152–3, and passim; fishery in, 163, 187; fishing rights, 164; valley, 301

Chesham, baron, see Cavendish.

Chesney, de, Alice, see Langetot; Hugh, 224 n; Maud, m. Hen. Fitzgerold, 136, 137, 197, 199, 203, 269; Ralph, 197; Rob., bp. of Lincoln, 142 n, 228; Roger, 136, 197, 198, 269, 293; —, mother of bp. Gil. Foliot, 137; fam., 136, 137, 269; man., 142

Chester, earls of, see Blundeville, d'Avranches; earldom of, 8; hon. of, 356

Chester, bp. of, see Cleaver

Chester (Chesh.), 223

Chesterton, of, Hen., 94; Iseult, w. of Ralph (d. 1268), 94; Ralph (d. by 1189), 94, 96; Ralph (d. 1268), 94– 95, 96; Ralph (d. 1273), 95; Ralph (fl. 1279), 10; Rob. (d. c. 1166), 94, 95, 96; Rob. (fl. 1222), 94, 96; 94, 95, 96; Rob. (fl. 1222), 94, 96; Sarah, m. John le Bret, 95; Wm. (fl. 1066), see Suleham; Wm. (d. by 1154), 94; Yvice, w. of Rob. (d. c. 1166), 94; fam., 100, 356

Chesterton, 10, 92–103, 345, 346, 347, 349, 350; chars., 55, 103; ch. bldg., 97, 101, 102–3; ch. hist., 96, 97, 99, 100–2, 343, 344; Compt. cens., 99, 360; ct. rolls, 97, 98, 99; crops, 99; dom. arch., 93; ec. hist., 96–100; farms, 93, 94, 97, 99; field map, 98; fields, 97; Grange, see Chesterton, Little; incl., 97, 99, 100–1, 102, 343; inns, 93, 99; lesser ests., 95–96; Lodge (Audley Ho.), 93; mans., 3, 4, 94–95, 356; Man. Fm., 93, 97, 99; mill, 97, 99–100; noncf., 103; poor rel., 99; pop., 93, 99, 354, 360; schs., 93, 103, 250; taxes, 93, 96, 109, 110, 227, 228, 358; tithe barn, 93 and n, 100; top., 14, 92–94; Vic., 102; Vic., Old, 93, 101; vicars, 94, 99–100, 151; wds., 93; and see Alchester; Chesterton, Great; Chesterton, Little

Chesterton (Warws.), 94 and n

Chesterton, Great, in Chesterton, 4, 95, 96, 97, 103, 354, 358, 360

Chesterton, Little, in Chesterton, 4, 94, 96, 97, 98, 354, 358, 360; char., 103; Grange Fm., 94, 96, 97, 98, 99, 103; man. (Chesterton Grange), 95

Chetwind, Joan, 343

Chetwode Priory (Bucks.), 75, 149; prior of, 75, 149, 150

Chetwynd, Ric. Wal., 6th vct. Chetwynd, 39, 40

Chicksands Priory (Beds.), prioress of, 198

Child-Villiers, Clementina, 249; Geo., formerly Villiers, earl of Jersey (d. 1859), 95, 99, 101, 186, 190, 239, 243, 244, 246, 249, 293; Geo. Augustus Fred., earl of Jersey (d. 1859), 293; Geo. Francis, earl of Jersey, 243, 246; Geo. Hen. Rob., earl of Jersey (d. 1923), 135; Julia, w. of Geo. Augustus Fred., earl of Jersey (d. 1859), 217, 250; Sarah, m. Prince Nic. Esterhazy, 249; Sarah Sophia, w. of Geo., earl of Jersey (d. 1859), 103, 195, 242, 244, 250, 301; Victor Albert Geo., earl of Jersey (d. 1915), 93, 197, 205, 244, 249, 301

Chilton (Berks.), 304

Chilwell (Northants), 270

Chinnery, H. J., 133

Chipping Norton, see Norton

Cholera epidemics, 33, 202

Christ Church, Oxf., 34, 100, 150, 320, 327, 329, 331, 338, 344; canon of, see Smith, Dr. Hen.; dean and chapter of, 330, 344; prop. of, 172, 203, 328; and see Cardinal Coll.

Church Commissioners, 207

Churchill, John, duke of Marlborough, 271; Sarah, his w., 268; and see Spencer-Churchill

Churchill, Ben., 186, 190; John, 186; fam., 186

Cigogné, Engelard de, 245

Cirencester Abbey (Glos.), 3, 61, 62

Clanfield (Hants), 209

Clapham, Luke, and his w. Susanna, 217

Clare, de, Alice, m. Alberic (Aubrey) de Vere, 208 n; Eliz., m. 1 John de Burgh, 2 Theobold de Verdun (d. 1309), 3 Roger Damory, 58, 175; Gil. (d. 1230), earl of Gloucester and Hertford, and his w. Isabel Marshal, 314; Gil. (d. 1295), earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 269, 315; Gil. (d. 1314), earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 4, 118, 175, 185; Marg., m. Edm., earl of Cornwall, 95, 254; Marg., m. Hugh de Audley, earl of Gloucester, 118, 175; Maud, wid. of Gil. (d. 1314), 185; Ric. (d. 1176), earl of Pembroke, 314; Ric. (d. 1262), earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 4, 185, 264; fam., 185; arms, 332

Clare Coll., Camb., 58

Clarence, duke of, see George

Clark, Dr. Chas., 117; Dr. Jas., 117

Clarke, Geo., sheriff of Oxon., 93; Geo. Rochfort, 93; Ric., 46; Sam., 214; fam., 214

Clay, Rob., r. of Cottisford, 114

Claydon, Middle (Bucks.), 51, 59

Claymond, John, pres. of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxf., 288

Cleaver, Wm. (d. 1783), r. of Finmere, 124; Wm., r. of Finmere, later successively bp. of Chester, Bangor, and St. Asaph, 117, 123

Clederow, Isabel, dau. of Thos., m. Wm. Aston (d. 1459), 292

Clements, Anne, w. of Ric., 47; Ralph, 37, 47; Ric., 33; Rob. and his w., 79; Thos. (fl. 1596), 22, 37; Thos. and his w., 79; fam., 22, 33, 37

Clerk, Dot., m. Sir Chas. Blount, 23; Rob., 25, 32

Clermont, M., fresco painter, 220

Clifford, Lucy de, dau. of Wal., m. Hugh de Say (d. c. 1190), 303

Clifton, Rob., r. of Somerton, 297

Clinton, de, Alice, m. Rob. de Beauchamp, 169; Eliz., see Bermingham; Geof., 178, and his w., 175; Hen., earl of Lincoln, 348; John, 127, 292; Lesceline, m. Norman de Verdun, 175, 176, 179

Clitherow (Clitheroe), Chris., 5, 162; Martha, m. Ric. Eyre, 106, 112, 115

Clockmakers, see Ball, Harris, Hemins, Jennings, Musselwhite, Tomlinson

Coales, Alice, 92

Cobb, Sir Edw., 296; John, ward. of New Coll., Oxf., and r. of Somerton, 296, 297

Cobham, vct., see Temple, Ric.

Cocke, John, fellow of New Coll., Oxf., and r. of U. Heyford, 203

Cocks (or Cockes), John (fl. 1509), 349; John (d. 1518), 223, 227; Marg., m. 1 John Maunde, 2 Ant. Arden, 223 and n

Codeford, de, John, 224 n, 226 n; Rob., 224 n, 226 n; fam., 224

Cogges, barony of, 291

Cogges Priory, 129, 131–2, 143, 247, 294, 296

Coghill, Eliz., w. of Sir Thos., see Sutton; Eliz., dau. of Sutton (d. 1707), m. — Collins, 69; Faith, m. Chris. Wren, 58; Hen., 59 n; John (fl. 1620), 59; John (d. 1695), 59, 65, 69; John (d. 1716), 59, 69, 156; Sutton (d. 1707), 59, 65, 69; Sutton (d. 1708), 59, 69; Sir Thos. (d. 1659), 57, 59, 69; Thos. (d. 1694), 58, 59, 65, 69; Thos. (d. 1706), 59, 69; fam., 65, 69

Cokefield, de, Adam (d. by 1194), 315; Adam (d. by 1212), 315; Adam (fl. c. 1260), 315; Joan, 315; John (d. 1310 or 11), 315, 318, 335; and his wid., 315; John (fl. 1321), 315; Lucy, see Tinchebray; Rob. (fl. 1255), 315; Rob. (d. 1297), 315; Rob. (fl. 1346), 315; fam., 319, 356; man., 316

Coker, Cadwallader (d. 1653), 24, 28, 37 n, 46, and his two wives, 46; Cadwallader, s. of John (d. 1767), 47; Cadwallader (d. 1780), 24, 47; Cadwallader (d. 1894), r. of Fringford, 133; Cath. (d. 1682), 47; Cath., w. of John (d. 1767), 47; Charlotte, 24; Hearst, 47; Joane, w. of John (d. 1607), 46; John (d. 1607), 20, 24, 41 n, 46; John (d. 1710), 20, 24, 37, 38, 47, 151; John (d. 1767), 21, 24, 47, 82; John, s. of John (d. 1767), 47; John (d. 1819), 20, 21, 24, 30, 41, 47, 341, 343, 346; his w., 20; John Cadwallader (d. 1914), 47; Maj. Lewis (d. 1858), 46, 341; Maj. Lewis Aubrey (d. 1953), 21, 24, 39, 47. 56; Col. Lewis Edm. (d. 1924), 47, 56; Marg., w. of Maj. Lewis A., 24; Ralph, 151; Revd. Thos. (d. 1741), preb. of Salisbury, 22, 24; Thos. (d. 1798), 24; Capt. Thos. Lewis (d. 1849), 20, 24, 47, 52; Revd. — (fl. 1832), 30; fam., 21, 22, 31, 52, 178, 341; archives, 20

Colchester, Wm., abbot of Westminster, 214 n

Cole, Steph., 316 n; Thos., r. of L. Heyford, 193; Maj. Thos. Rea and his grds., 316; Wm., pres. of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxf., and r. of L. Heyford, 193

Coles, Eliz., 333

Colewell, Hen. de, v. of Launton, 240

Colley, fam., 141

Collier, Hen., 155

Collingridge, Pet., Rom. Cath. bp. of Thespiae, 145; — (fl. 1705), 299; — (fl. 1767), 300; fam., 146, 152, 169, 172, 173, 181, 295, 300

Collisson, Norman (Contractors), Ltd., 36

Colly Weston (Northants), 264

Colmore, Wm., 175

Colyer, Thos., and his w. Margery, 170

Committee for Compounding with Delinquents, 42

Comper, Sir Ninian, architect, 310

Compton, Cicely, m. 1 Sir John Fermor (d. 1625), 2 ld. Arundell of Wardour, 148, 293, 336; Hen., bp. of London, 309; Hen., Id. Compton, 305; Jas., earl of Northampton, 208; Ric., r. of Somerton, 297; Sir Wm., 305; fam., 305

Compton (Berks.), 305

Comyn, Joan, m. Dav. de Strathbogie, earl of Athol, 327

Congregationalism, 49, 50, 51, 242

Constantyn, Wm., see Coston

Cooke, Sam., r. of Cottisford, 114

Cooper, Mary, w. of Ant. Ashley Cooper, earl of Shaftesbury, 131; Thos., 82

Cope, Sir Ant., bt. (d. 1615), 105, 107, 110, 111, 175, 176, 177, 287; Sir Ant., bt. (d. 1675), 287; Sir John, bt. (d. 1638), 318; Sir John, bt. (d. 1721), 265 n, 287; Ric. (fl. 1628), 318; Ric., r. of Islip, 216; Sir Wm., bt., 175, 176, 177, 282, 287, 317–18, 321; fam., of Hanwell, 105, 175, 287

Copeland, Rog., 132

Copland, see Coupland

Corbishley, Revd. Sam., 173

Cornbury Forest, 60

Comish, Hen., noncf. minister, 48

Cornwall, ctss. of, see Clare, Marg. de; duchy of, 33 n, 153, 253; earls of, 4; and see Edm., John of Eltham, Ric; hon. of, 96

Cornwall, Cicely, see Stokes; Jane, m. — Tomlyns, 287; John (fl. 1441), 286–7; John (fl. 1478), 287; Marg., m. 1 Hen. Brothers, 2 Leon. Verney, 267, 285, 287, 289; Sir Ric. of (fl. c. 1300), 286; Sir Ric. of (fl. 1340), 286; Wm. (fl. 1367), 286; Wm. (fl. 1397), and his daus., 286; fam., 289

Cornwell, 76, 208, 291

Corpus Christi Coll., Oxf., 146, 150, 183, 188, 330; fellow of, see Dod; pres. of, see Claymond, Cole, Greenway, Morwent; prop. of, 150, 186, 190, 191, 193

Cosgrove (Northants), 54

Coston (Constantyn), Wm., v. of Kirtlington, 229

Cote, in Cottisford, 107, 109, 110, 111

Cotes, Wm. de, 108

Cotesford, Juliana, dau. of Rob., m. Rog. Poure (d. c. 1480), 60, 69; Sir Rog. 60, 67, 69, 106, 334, 336, 337; Sir Thos., 336; fam., 104

Cottenham, earls of, 19, 53

Cottisford, John, sr. (fl. 1448), 238; John, jr. (fl. 1448), and his w. Joan, 238; John (fl. 1634), 238; Master John, 241; Mary, 238; Ric. and his w. Agnes, 238; Thos. (d. 1522), 240, 241; Thos. (fl. 1561), 238; fam., 234, 238

Cottisford, 3, 32, 103–116, 125, 132, 171, 174, 179, 233, 254, 256, 288, 340; Barsis Place, 105, 107, 111; chars., 116; ch. hist., 112, 113–15, 172, 337; ch.bldg., 114–15; Compt. cens., 113, 360; cts., 108; dom. arch., 104; ec. hist., 107–13, 337 n; farms, 104, 105, 107, 112, 113; fields, 107, 110, 111; fishery, 105, 112; geol., 103; heath, 1, 35, 103, 105, 107, 111; incl., 105, 107, 112; intercommoning, 111; lesser ests., 107; man. admin., 108–9; man. ho. (Cottisford Ho.), 104, 105, 107, 116; mans., 55, 105–7, 129, 130, 357; mills, 110; noncf., 115; occs., 113; par. govt., 112–13; P.N., 104, 107; poor rel., 113; pop., 113, 354, 360; Recty., 104, 113, 114; schs., 104, 105, 115–16, 134, 173, 181; taxes, 104, 109, 110, 113, 358; warren, 111, 112; water tower, 104; windmill, 110; worthies, 105; and see Cote, Juniper Hill

Cotton, Barfoot, r. of Somerton, 296, 297; Chas., r. of U. Heyford, 204; Joan, see Poure; Shuckburgh, r. of U. Heyford, 204 n; Wal., 61

Cottrell Dormer, Sir Chas., 186; Sir Clement, 186, 190; fam., 186, 190, 192

Councer, Wm., 256

Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion, 49

Coupland (Copland), Margery, 31; fam., 31

Courcy, de, Ric., 105, 208, 209; Rob. (fl. c. 1125), 105, 208, 209; Rob. (d. 1157?), 208, 209; Rob. (fl. late 12th cent.), s. of Wm. (d. 1176), 209; Rob. (fl. 1203), s. of Wm. (d. 1186), 209; Rose (Rohais), see Grantmesnil; Wm. (d. 1176), 209; Wm. (d. 1186), 209; Wm. (fl. 1203), 209; fam., 208, 209

Court, Mary, 144

Courtenay, Hugh de, later earl of Devon, 198, 199

Coutances, bp. of, see Geoffrey

Coventry Abbey, 94 n

Coventry, hon. of, 8

Coventry and Lichfield, bps. of, see Langton, Meulan, Pateshull

Coward, Jas., r. of Bletchingdon, 69

Cowley, H., Oxf. builder, 204

Cowley Preceptory, Oxf., see Templars

Cowper, Agnes, 214; Ric., 214; Thos., 214

Cox, Alice, see Kilby; Dav., artist, 216; J., builder, 310; Ric., merchant tailor of London, 246; Lt.-Col. Ric. Snead, 305, 312; Rob. Kilby, 305; Sam. (fl. 1710), 136, 145, 302, 305; Sam. (d. 1781), 302, 305, 311; Sam. (d. 1851), 305; Thos., author of Magna Britannia, 161; —, m. Dr. J. T. Dolman, 311; fam., 311

Coxe, Ralph, 69

Coxed, John, r. of Bucknell, 78, 79; John, ward. of New Coll., Oxf., 101; fam., 75

Cranford (Craneforde), de, John, r. of Charlton, 91; Nic. and his w. Agnes, 75; Ric., 75; Rob. (fl. 1279), 75; Rob. (fl. 1307), 75; fam., 73, 75

Cranford St. Andrew (Northants), 335

Craule, Wm., 271

Crawell, John de, see Heyford

Crawfurd, G. P., v. of Bicester, 44, 46

Crendon, Long (Bucks.), 156, 263, 314

Crevequer, Sybil de, wid. of Rob. Arsic, 291

Crevleton, Nic., 83

Cripplegate, London, 195

Crispin, Hugh, 94 n; Miles, 21, 94, 94 n, 100 n, 139, 183, 291, 325; his w. Maud, see d'Oilly

Croft, Sir Art., 235; Eliz., see Pauncefoot; Jas., 348; Joan, see Pauncefoot; John, 9; Margery, see Wentworth; Thos., 9, 11

Croke, Bridget, see Hawtrey; Sir Hen., 162; John, 341; Sir Rob., 5, 162, 164, 165; fam., 165

Croker, Gerard, 119; John, 119; Mary, see Blundell; Mr., 148

Crokesford, Wal. de, 163

Cromwell, Marg., see Deincourt; Oliver, Protector, 57, 58, 123, 206, 208, 216 n; Sir Ralph, 127; Thos., 9, 47, 215, 254

Cromwellian Treason Trustees, 148, 293

Crook, Hen., 143

Crosse, John (fl. mid-17th cent.), 129; John (fl. late 17th cent.), 129; fam., 129

Crosses, med., 47, 79, 91, 115, 133, 145, 241, 242, 285, 299, 333

Croston, Edm., princ. of Brasenose Hall, Oxf., and r. of Bucknell, 77

Croughton (Northants), 312

Crowell Brook, 104, 108

Crowemer, Eliz., see Pauncefoot; Nic., 9

Croxford, Isabel, m. Geo. Gaynesford. 161; John de, 66 n, 224; Thos., 66 n

Croxton, Thos., 352

Crump, John, 235

Crutched friars, see Holy Cross, friars of the

Cuddesdon, deanery of, 273

Culworth (Warws.), 139

Cumnor (Berks.), 12

Cundy, Thos., architect, 243, 244

Cupper, Steph., r. of Wendlebury, 344, 345

Curci-sur-Dives (Normandy), 208

Cureton, Wm., Syriac scholar, 277

Curson, Mary, dau. of Wal., m. John Poure, 58

Curtis, Ric., 343

Curtlington, Wm. de, abbot of Westminster, 207

Cutteslowe, in Wolvercote, 217

Cwichelmes Hlæw, in Ardley, 7

D

Dagley, Dav., 176

Dalby, John, r. of U. Heyford, 204, 205; Ric., 205

Dalderby, John, bp. of Lincoln, 17, 41 n, 308; Master Pet., r. of Souldern, 308; fam., 308

Dale, T. Lawr., architect, 332

Damory (or de Damori), Eliz., see Clare; Gil. (or de Almereio) (fl. 1086), 58, 61, 73, 253, 348; Gil. (fl. 1167), 73 n; Hawise, w. of Ralph (d. c. 1187), 73; Kath., m. Wal. Poure (d. c. 1330), 58, 278; Marg., w. of Ric. (d. 1330), 73, 316; Ralph (d. c. 1187), 58, 61, 73; Ralph, s. of Ralph, 73; Ric. (fl. 1194), 61, 73; Sir Ric. (d. 1330), 58, 72, 73, 75, 278, 315, 316; Sir Ric. (d. 1375), 58, 73, 76, 316; Rob. (fl. 1139), 58, 61, 73; Rob. (d. c. 1205), 58, 73; Rob. (d. 1236), 58, 73, 253. 348; Rob. (d. 1285), 58, 73; Rog. (fl. 1145), 58, 61, 73, 229; Rog. (d. c. 1281), 58, 73, 75, 336, 348; Rog. (d. 1322), 58, 73 n; Rog. (d. 1292), clk., 77; fam., 4, 20, 58, 71, 73, 75, 253, 316, 348, 356; man., 61, 67, 75

Damport, see Dankeport

Dand, Thos., r. of Bletchingdon, 69

Danegeld, in Oxon., 8, 244

Danes, the, 16

Daneshill tiles, 115

Daniel, Jacob, 32; John, r. of Noke, 274

Danish Bacon Co., Weston-on-the-Green, 346

Dankeport (or Damport), Master Geof., of Oxf., 43, 123

Danvers, Alice, wid. of Edm., m. 2 Ric. de Abberbury, 304; Amice, m. John Langston, 74, 336; Eleanor, see Samwell; John, of Calthorpe, 74, 336; Thos., of Banbury, 106

Darcy, Master Rob., r. of Souldern, 309; Thos., r. of Bucknell, 77

Darreyns, Bernard, 253; Guy, 253; Miles, 253; fam., 253

Dashwood, Eliz., w. of Sir Jas., 30, 230 n; Francis, 128; Sir Geo., bt. (d. 1861), 223 n, 230, 232; Sir Geo. John Egerton, bt. (d. 1933), 223 n; Helen Mary, w. of Sir Hen. Watkin, 230 n; Sir Hen. Geo. Massy, bt., 223 n; Sir Hen. Watkin, bt. (d. 1828), 30, 220, 221, 223 n, 226, 232, 279; Sir Hen. Wm., bt. (d. 1889), 223 n, 230; Sir Jas., bt., 21, 220, 221, 223 n, 225 and n, 226, 230, 231; Penelope, see Chamberlayne; Sir Rob., bt. (d. 1734), 24, 223, 226, 230, 231, 279; Sarah, m. Fulke Greville, ld. Brooke (d. 1710), 128; Sophia, w. of Sir Hen. Wm., 230; fam., 52, 221, 223, 231, 232, 279; archives, 36

d'Aubigny, Cecile, m. Rog. de Montalt, 8; Hugh, earl of Arundel, 8; Mabel, see Blundeville; Wm., 209 n

d'Aundeley, Drew, 8, 169, 335; Hugh, 169, 335, 336; John, 169, 335; Maurice (fl. 12th cent.), 335; Maurice (fl. 13th cent.), 335; Maurice (fl. 1243–72), 169, 335; Ralph (fl. 1189), 335; Ralph (fl. 1228), 169; Ralph (fl. 1265–72), 169, 170; Wm. (fl. 1225–50), 169, 332; Wm. (fl. 15th cent.), 335; fam., of Tusmore, 169, 335, 356

Dauntesy, Eliz., see Beverley; Wal., 74

Davey, Ric., and his w., 345

David the Jew, of Oxf., 348

Davies, D. G., r. of Bletchingdon, 69; John, vice-princ. of Hart Hall, Oxf., and v. of Fritwell, 144; Revd. Ric., of Sapperton (Glos.), 210

Davis, Capt. Abraham, 221; Dav., 49; Hen., 49; Ric., mapmaker, 1, 7, 8, and passim; his maps, 56, 104, 319–20, and passim; —, of Godington, 146

d'Avranches, Hugh, earl of Chester, 8

Day, John, 194; Ric., 194; Rob., 169; Mr. (fl. 1768), 173; fam., 169, 171, 172, 173, 275

De Chesney, see Chesney

Deddington, 9, 170, 222 n, 301; paper-mill, 135

Deeley, John, 234; Wm., 234; Mr. R. A., 234; fam., 234, 241

Deerhurst, (Glos.), hund. of, 209; man. of, 209

De Gay, see Gay

Deincourt, Alice, m. 1 Wm. Lovel, ld. Lovel, 2 Sir Ralph Butler, ld. Sudeley, 127, 292; Joan, see Grey; Sir John, 127, 292; Marg., m. Sir Ralph Cromwell, 127, 292; Wm., 127

De la Grave (or de Grava), see Grave

De la Haye, see Haye

De la Mare, see Mare

De la Pole, see Pole

De la Vache, see Vache

De Lacy, see Lacy

De Lisle, see Lisle

Delvaux & Scheemakers, Messrs., sculptors, 46

Denham, lady (fl. c. 1544), 62

Dennet, John, 157

Dennett, —, 218

Dennis, Jon., fellow of Queen's Coll., Oxf., and r. of Hampton Poyle, 166; Thos., v. of Stoke Lyne, 321

Dennyson, Wm., prov. of the Queen's Coll., Oxf., 64, 67, 68, 88, 89

Denton, of Ambrosden and Bicester, Anne, m. Vincent Barry (d. 1615), 155, 159; Edw., 24, 317; Jane, m. Thos. Heath, 287; John (d. 1576), 24, 287, 317, 341; John (d. before 1576), 119, 317; Theodora, see Blundell; Thos. (fl. 16th cent.), 74; fam., 74

Denton, of Hillesden (Bucks.), Alex., 246; Sir Edm., 148, 243, 246, 248; Hester, see Harman; Marg., 327; Thos. (fl. 1535–44), 327, 328; Thos., 327; fam., 148, 327

Derby, earls of, 246; and see Stanley

Dernford, de, Wm., and his w. Cecily, 209; fam., 209

Derye, John, 176

De St. Amand, see St. Amand

Despenser, Alina, see Basset; Eliz., see Badlesmere; Hugh (d. 1265), 222; Hugh, earl of Winchester (d. 1326), 127, 184, 221, 222, 291; Sir Hugh (d. 1326), 58, 245; Hugh (d. 1349), 118; fam., 73 n, 189, 245

Dettingen, battle of, 316

Devereux, Rob., earl of Essex, 21, 208

Devon and the Isle, Isabel, ctss. of, see Riviers; earls of, see Courtenay, Riviers; hon. of, 357

Dewar, Augusta, see Slater-Harrison; Wm. W. M., of Fringford, 128, 288

Dewar-Harrison, Art. Wm., 128; Augusta, see Slater-Harrison; John Francis, 128, 176, 252, 265, 288

Dewe, Edw., 217

Dey, Hen., 28; Joan, 28

d'Eyville, Denise, 315; Rob., 315; Thos., 315; fam., 315

Dickenson, W. H., 49

Dickinson, Dr. Edm., 278, 279, 282, 283; Eliz., m. Chas., Baron Blomberg, 279; Jane, w. of Revd. Thos., 284; Thos., r. of Oddington, 283, 284; Revd. Wm., 278, 284

Digby, Wm., ld. Digby, 5, 156, 162

Dinton (Bucks.), 12, 48 n

Dissent, see Anabaptists, Baptists, Congregationalists, Friends, Jews, Plymouth Brethren, Presbyterians; and see Noncf. or Prot. noncf. and Rom. Cathm. under parish entries

Dive, de, Ralph, 224 n; fam., 224, 356

Divided Parishes Act (1882), 205

d'Ivry, Adeline, see Grantmesnil; Adelize, 81, 208; Geof., 208 n; Hugh, 208 n; Rog. (fl. 1086), 81, 83, 105, 153, 156, 208, 263, 271, 278, 294; Rog. (fl. 1100), 208 n., 253, 258, 259; barony, 253; fam., 253, 258

Dixon, H. H. ('The Druid'), author, 263

Dod, John, fellow of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxf., r. of L. Heyford, 48, 193

Dodd, Jos., r. of Hampton Poyle, 167

Dodds, Thos., clk., 317

Dodwell, Thos., 312; yeo. fam., 306, 307, 310; chars., 312

d'Oilly, Aldgitha, see Aldgitha, dau. of Wigod; Edith, see Edith, dau. of Forne; Hen. (d. 1163), 8, 60, 94 n, 348; Hen. (d. 1232), 169, 348, 349; Maud, dau. of Rob. (fl. 1086), m. Miles Crispin, 21, 325; Maud, dau. of Hen. (d. 1232), m. Maurice de Gaunt, 348; Nigel, 8, 348; Rob. (fl. 1086), lands of, 8, 21, 31, 40, 58, 72, 73, 74, 153, 169, 224, 253, 271, 325, 335, 348; tithes of, 12, 41, 66, 77, 158, 172, 257, 296, 337, 350; Rob. (d. 1142), 8, 348, 351; fam., 8, 73, 169, 203, 224, 253, 348; hon., 73, 356; mans., 24

Dolman, Mrs. J. J., 311; Dr. J. T. and his w. (née Cox), 311

Donington, de, Pet., 226 n; fam., 224

Donnington Castle (Berks.), 304

Donnington Hospital, 304

Dorchester, 345; bps. of, see Birinus, Wulfwig

Dorman, Rob., 276

Dormer, Ambrose (d. 1566), 162; Ambrose (fl. 1566), 162; Cath., m. Wm. Holt, 316, 323; Dot., see Hawtrey; Eliz., m. John Stampe, 305; Geof., 305; Jane, see Bury; John (d. 1584), 223, 305, 340; John, s. of John (d. 1584), 305; Sir John (d. 1626) of Dorton, 235; Sir Mich. (d. 1545), 83, 226, 305; Sir Mich. (d. 1624), 59, 162; Pet., 83; Thos. (fl. 1547), 305; Thos., of Yarnton, 305; Wm. (fl. 1547), 305, 337; Winifred, m. 1 Wm. Hawtrey, 2 John Pigott, 162; fam., 221, 340

Douai (France), priests of, 311

Douglas, Chas., duke of Queensbury, 246, 248

Dovecotes, ancient, 105, 114, 136, 156, 187

Dover castle, 292

Downe, earls of, see Pope

Downes, Revd. Rob., 13

Doyley, Sir John, 210

Drake, Francis, 352; Wm., 352; Mr., 21; and see Tyrwhitt-Drake

Draper, Thos., merchant, 32

Drayton, Sir Wm. de, 170

Drayton (Bucks.), 32

Drayton, in Farlington (Hants), 209 n

Dreux, count of, see Robert

Drogheda, Master Wm. of, 330

Drope, Ralph, mercer, 11; Thos., r. of Ardley, 12; dau. of Thos., 12 n

Drury, Margery, see Wentworth; Sir Wm., 348

Dryden, Sir Hen., 112

Dryffield, Rob., 17

Ducklington, 224

Dudley, Sir John, 82

Duke, John, 264; Paul (fl. 1596) and his w. Sabina, 264; Paul (fl. 1667), 264 n; Ric. (fl. 1523), 264; Ric. (fl. 1601), 264 n; Rog., 264; fam., 264

Dulverton Trust, 56

Dumbleton (Berks.), 83

Dunington, de, Thos. (fl. 1255), 286; Thos. (fl. 1279), 286

Dunkin, John, local historian, 20, 52, 53, and passim

Dunkirk (France), Benedictine nuns of, 311

Dunstan, abp. of Canterbury, 221

Dunstanville, Alice, m. Thos. Bassett (d. 1180), 21; Wal., 21

Duns Tew, 166

Dupuis, Geo., r. of Wendlebury, 339, 343, 344, 345

Durand, Pet., r. of Middleton, 248

Durham, bps. of, see Bek, Langley

Duston, Isabel de, m. Wal. de Grey, 127

Dutch ambassadors, 208

Dutton, Ric., 180

Dyer, Wm., 340

Dynham, Eliz., m. 1 Fulk Bourchier, ld. Fitzwarine, 2 Sir John Sapcotes, 3 Sir Thos. Brandon, 305; Joan, see Arches; Joan, sis. of Sir John (d. 1501), 305; Sir John (d. 1458), 304; Sir John (d. 1501), 304; Kath., m. Sir Thos. Arundell, 305; Margery, m. Sir John Carew, 305

E

Easington, 217

East, fam., of Somerton, 299

East Ginge (Berks.), see Ginge

East Ilsley (Berks.), see Ilsley

Easton Neston (Northants), 140, 299

Eaton Hastings (Berks.), 215

Eberton, Wm., 346

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 68, 83, 210, 215, 234, 248

Edburg (or Edburga), see St. Edburg

Edgecumbe, Jas., r. of Exeter Coll., Oxf., 179

Edgerley, Thos., 57

Edgerton, Thos., 345

Edith, queen of Edw. the Confessor, 3, 117

Edith, dau. of Forne, m. Rob. d'Oilly, 348

Edmondes, Chris., 127

Edmund, earl of Cornwall, 4, 22, 95, 100, 153, 253, 254, 255, 258

Edmund ('Crouchback'), earl of Leicester, 82

Edmund, Jas., r. of L. Heyford, 191

Education, Board of, 53, 250

Education Acts (1902, 1944), 53, 218

Edward I, King, 9, 184, 222, 326

Edward II, King, 109, 173, 147, 208, 245–6, 341, 346

Edward III, King, 8, 41, 73, 118, 148, 212, 222, 245, 258, 266, 269, 271, 316

Edward IV, King, 23, 106, 119, 138, 142, 179

Edward VI, King, 166, 270, 346

Edward the Confessor, King, 2, 3, 5, 40, 208–9, 215, 217, 221, 234, 240, 244, 250, 270, 278, 326; chapel of, see Islip

Edward the Elder, King of Wessex, 16; dau. of, see St. Edburga

Edward the Martyr, King, 221

Edward, man of Earl Tostig, 3

Edwards, Francis, 122

Edwin (fl. 11th cent.), 185

Edwin, s. of Burred the thegn (fl. 11th cent.), 184, 286

Effingham, ctss. of; see Howard; earldom of, 148; earls of, 335; and see Howard

Egypt, 245

Eleanor, Queen of Edw. I, 147

Elias (or Helias), Master, r. of Ardley, 12, 143

Elias of Bicester, and his wife, 46

Elias the clerk, 129

Elizabeth I, Queen, 5, 6, 17, 20, 48, 82, 157, 175, 193, 209, 223, 270

Elizabeth II, Queen, 14

Elizabeth, queen of Edw. IV, 148, 223

Ellis, Sir Hen., 161 n; Wm., v. of Stoke Lyne, 320, 331

'Ellison, Mr.', see Harrison, C. S., 114

Ells, Revd. Ric., 125

Elmerugg, arms of, 167

Elstow Nunnery (Beds.), abbess of, 149, 150

Eltham, John of, earl of Cornwall, 8, 258

Elton (Hunts.), 305

Emberlin, J., 293; Thos. Edwin, 293

Emigration, 40, 121, 191, 240; Cttee., Bicester, 40

Enfield (Mdx.), man., 223

Enser, Wm., 221

Enslow, in Bletchingdon, 57; Bridge, 56, 219; mill, 57, 61; Hill ('Spilleburge' or Speech Hill), 2, 2n, 64, 157

Erchenbald (fl. 1086), 317

Esegar (or 'Asgar'), the staller, sheriff of Middlesex, 339

Esseburn, Wm. de, r. of Godington, 150

Essex, ctss. of, see Bohun; earls of, see Bohun, Devereux, Mandeville

Esterhazy, Sarah, see Child-Villiers

Ethelred II, King, 7, 8, 207, 217; palace of, see Islip

Eton Coll. (Windsor), 51, 104–6, 110–12, 114, 115, 129–30, 143, 171, 179; headmaster of, see Ridley; provs. of, see Hodgson, Savile

Eure, Sir Francis, chief justice of N. Wales, 198

Eva, see Audley

Evans, Dav., 193 n; Edw., 101; Jas., 231; Louisa Julia, 195; Ric., r. of Hethe, 179

Evenley (Northants), 251, 256

Everingham, Sir Thos., 186

Evesham, battle of, 4, 137, 222, 269, 335

Ewelme, hon. of, 21, 325

Ewer, Edw. (d. 1638), 59, 74, 78, 79, 278, 282, 317–18, 321; Francis, 74, 78, 278, 282, 318; Jane, see Savage; Marg., see Poure; Rog., 282; fam., 74, 78, 79, 282, 318

Exeter, John de, 258

Exeter, bps. of, see Lamplugh, Lavington

Exeter Coll., Oxf., 166, 318, 347; rectors of, see Edgecumbe, Hakewill

Eynsham, 17, 229

Eynsham Abbey, 73, 94, 94n, 155, 192, 308, 330; abbots of, 137, 199; prop. of, 41, 137, 187, 191, 197, 292–4, 303, 307

Eyre, Sir Jas., chief justice of the common pleas, 105, 106; Jos., v. of Bicester, 54; Martha, see Clitherow; Ric. (d. 1761), 106, 112, 115; Ric., preb. of Salisbury, 106; Thos., preb. of Salisbury, 106; fam., 105

Eyville, see d'Eyville

F

Fairs, see Markets

Faithful, Geo., r. of L. Heyford, 193

Falcon, Thos., r. of Charlton, 90

Falconer, Wm., 147

Fane, Capt. H. A., 47, 133; Maj. O. E. 47; Cdr. R. G., 47; fam., 47

Farlington (Hants), 209

Farmer, Hen., bellfounder, 103

Farmers, experimental, see Dupuis, Filmer, Forster

Farnborough (Hants), 92

Farnham Royal (Bucks.), 175

Farningham (Kent), 305

Fassnidge of Uxbridge, builder, 46

Fathers, John, 183

Fauconberg, Eustace de, r. of Godington, later bp. of London, 150

Favelore, Pet., 23

Fawler, 165

Featley, Dan., 81

Fécamp Abbey (Normandy), 296 n

Fell, John, bp. of Oxf., 48, 113, 194

Felmersham, John, 23

Feltwell (Norf.), 315

Fencott, in Charlton, 1, 4, 80, 81, 92, 187, 208, 213, 354, 358, 360; ct. rolls, 81; ec. hist., 83–88; est., 83, 356; field map, 87; fields, 84, 86, 281; mill, 88; noncf., 91; tithes, 89; top., 81

Fencott and Murcott, civ. par., 80

Fenner, Edw. (fl. 1598), 155; Edw. (d. 1625), 153, 155; John Ludd, 49; Kath., see Barry

Fenwick, John, r. of Somerton, 297

Ferguson, Wm., preacher of Bicester, 49, 242

Fermor, Agnes, m. Ric. Wenman, vct. Wenman of Tuam (d. 1640), 279; Arabella, 335; Bridget, see Bradshaw; Cicely, see Compton; Cornelia, w. of Sir Ric. (d. 1643), 299; Eliz., w. of Wm. (d. 1552), see Norreys; Eliz., dau. of Sir Geo., m. Sir Thos. Chamberlayne (d. 1625), 279; Emmotte, see Wenman; Frances, see Willes; Sir Geo. of Easton Neston (Northants), 279; Helen, w. of Hen. (d. 1703), 337 n; Hen. (d. 1673), 148, 291, 293, 299, 334, 336, 338; Hen. (d. 1703), 148, 299, 335, 336, 338; Hen. (d. 1747), 299, 335; Jane, m. Col. Thos. Morgan, 299; Jas. (d. 1722), 112, 148, 295, 299, 334, 336, 337; Sir John (d. 1625), 148, 293, 299; Maria, m. Capt. John Turner Ramsay, 140, 148, 336; Mary, m. Sir Ric. Knightley, 293; Sir Ric. (d. 1552) of Easton Neston, 140, 292, 293, 299; Sir Ric. (d. 1643), 140, 148, 149, 169, 170, 171, 293, 299, 300, 334, 336, 337 n; Ric. (d. 1684), 148, 169, 293, 299, 335, 336; Ric. (d. 1817), 299; Thos. (or Richards) (d. 1485) of Witney, 292; Thos. (d. 1580), 107, 111, 140, 148, 169, 170, 171, 270, 290, 293, 299, 300; Ursula, w. of Hen. (d. 1673), 148; Ursula, dau. of Ric. (d. 1684), m. — Towneley, 335; Wm. (d. 1552), 140, 148, 149, 162, 170, 171, 288, 290, 292–3, 295, 297, 299; Wm. (d. 1806), 105, 112, 141, 151, 177, 178, 179, 181, 295, 299, 300, 320, 334, 335, 336; Wm. (d. 1828), 140, 141, 148, 293, 299, 335, 336, 338; fam., 34, 104, 105, 107, 111, 112, 140, 145, 148, 152, 169, 171, 180, 275, 291, 293, 294, 295, 296, 298, 299, 300, 335, 337, 338; chaps., 173, 299, 338; ests., 171, 181

Ferre, Eleanor, wid. of Guy, 147

Ferrers, Ann, dau. of Julius Ferrers, m. Francis Poure, 59; Hugh, 303; Marg., w. of Hugh, see Say

Ferrers, of Tamworth, Sir Humph., 107, 175; Sir John (d. 1512), 175; John (d. 1576), 175; Sir Thos., 175; fam., 175; and see Ferrers of Groby

Ferrers, de, of Groby, Hen., Id. (d. 1343), 175; Hen., ld. (d. 1388), 175; Isabel, see Verdun; Joan, 175; Marg., w. of Wm. (d. 1371), 177; Thos., 175; Wm., Id. (d. 1371), 175, 177; Wm., Id. (d. 1445), 175; and see Ferrers of Tamworth

Ferrey, Ben., architect, 230

'Fethanleag', battle of, 314

Fettiplace, John, 316n

Fewcot, in Ardley, formerly in Stoke Lyne, 7, 145, 312, 313, 318, 319, 320, 335, 355, 359, 361; ch. bldg., 323; ch. hist., 11, 12, 13, 321, 322; dom. arch., 313; ests., 3, 318; fields, 319, 320; mill, 318, 319

Fielder, Col., 210

Fiennes, Lawr., 5th vct. Saye and Sele, 287; Susannah, m. Thos. Filmer, 287n; arms, 332

Fifield, 307

Filmer, Sir Edm., 193; Mary, m. Edw. Trotman, 287n; Susannah, see Fiennes; Thos., 287 n; Wm., r. of L. Heyford and experimental farmer, 183, 190, 192, 193, 194

Finch, John, 47; Wm., 47; Capt., 208

Finmere, of, Gil., 118; Osbert, 118; Pernel, 118; Rob. (? Rob. Peronele), 118; fam., 118

Finmere, 3, 4, 40 n, 116–25, 262, 294; Bacon's (Man. or Ct.) Ho., 117, 120; chars., 121, 124–5; ch. bldg., 123–4; ch. hist., 122–3, 258; civ. war, 117, 123, 126; Compt. cens., 121, 360; dom. arch., 117; ec. hist., 119–21; farms, 117, 121; fields, 120 and n; geol., 116; Grounds Ho., 117; hermitage, 117, 122–3; Ho., 117, 120; hunting lodge, 117, 122; incl., 117, 120, 121, 122, 125; man., 117–19, 153, 356; mill, 117, 118, 120, 121; noncf., 124; occs., 121; poor rel., 120–1; pop., 121, 354, 360; rectors, 117, 120, 121, 124, 260; Rcty., 116, 117; schs., 116, 123, 124, 132; soc. conds., 121; taxes, 116, 120, 358; top., 116–17; warren, 119, 120

Finmere rlwy. station, in Shelswell, 263, 285

'First Gadre' hundred, 2

Fisher, Wm., builder, 182

Fishponds, med., 16, 99, 104, 160, 285, 303, 319, 325

Fitzalan, Alice, m. Rog., Id. Strange of Knockin (d. 1382), 245; Cath., m. John de Grey, 1st ld. Grey, 127

FitzCount, Brian, 94 n

Fitzgerold, Hen., 136, 197, 269; Marg., m. 1 Baldw. de Riviers (d. 1216), 2 Fawkes de Bréauté, 136, 197, 201, 203, 269; Maud, see Chesney; Warin, 136, 184, 196, 197, 269; fam., 269

Fitzguy, see Fitzwith

FitzHamon, Rob. (fl. 11th cent.), 117, 175, 184, 286; —, dau. of Rob., m. Rob., earl of Gloucester, 286

Fitzherbert, Edw., 247; Mrs. Maria Anne, 335

Fitzhervey, Adam, 220

Fitzhugh, John, 220, 222; Thos., 333

Fitzjames, Jas., r. of Charlton, 89

Fitznicholas, Alice, see Pipard; Ralph (fl. 1242), 139; Ralph (d. c. 1265), 139; Ralph (d. 1303), 139

Fitzniel, Agnes, 61; Alice, m. Wm. Poure, 60; Anneys, 61; John, 265, 286; Margery, 61; Ric. (fl. 1151), 60, 61; Ric. (d. by 1243), of Newton and Shelswell, 263, 286; Rob., of Tackley and his daus., 60, 61; fam., of Boarstall (Bucks.), 60; of Newton and Shelswell, 286; and see Newton, Niel of

FitzNigel, John, 4

FitzOsbern, Eustachia, see Say; Hugh (d. by 1140), 303; Hugh (d. c. 1190), see Say; Osbern, see Say; Rog., see Breteuil; Wm., earl of Hereford, 136, 224, 269

Fitz Pernel, Marg., m. Saer de Quincy, earl of Winchester, 82; Rob. (d. 1204), earl of Leicester, 82

Fitzpeter, Godfrey, 147; Joan, 147

Fitzwarine, lady, see Dynham; ld., see Bourchier

Fitzwilliam, John, 224 n, 226 n

Fitzwyth (or Fitzguy), Adelize, w. of Ralph, 9; Agnes, w. of Rob. (d. 1362), 9; Eliz., 9, 11; Guy (fl. 1250), 9, 10, 335; Guy (d. 1316), 9; Joan, w. of Guy (d. 1316), 9, 11; Joan, w. of Rob. (d. 1362), 9; Joan, m. John de Beauchamp, ld. Beauchamp (d. 1388), 9; John (d. by 1309), 9, 12; John (fl. 1326), 9; Ralph (fl. 1150), s. of Rog., 8; Ralph (d. by 1235), s. of Rob., 7, 9, 10, 12; Ric., s. of Guy, 335, 336, 337 n; Rob. (fl. 1200), s. of Ralph, 9; Rob. (fl. 1350), 9, 11; Rob. (d. 1362), 9; Rog. (fl. 1100), s. of Ralph, 8; fam., 335, 356

Fleetwood, Col., 208, 347

Fletcher, Geo., v. of Stoke Lyne, 321, 323; Ric. (fl. 1807), 49; Ric., the younger, 49 n; Theodore, r. of Godington, 150, 151

Florentine merchants, 16

Fogg, J., 49n

Foliot, Gil., bp. of Hereford and later of London, 137; Hen. (d. c. 1233), 94, 137, 142, 269; Ralph (fl. 1166), 137, 142; Ralph (d. c. 1204), 137, 142; Ralph (d. c. 1281), 137; Rob. (fl. mid 12th cent.), 137; Rob., archd. of Oxf., 158 n; Rog. (fl. 1243), 137, 143; Rog. (d. 1281), 137; Sampson, 137, 269, 271; Wal., clk., 274; fam., 137, 143, 268, 269, 357

Forbes, Thos., v. of Bicester, 47

Ford, Ralph, 8

Fordrowe, Rob. le, 182 n

Forest Marble, 56, 71, 80

Forne, Edith, dau. of, see Edith

Forster, Wm., experimental farmer, 19, 24, 30

Fort, Chas., r. of L. Heyford, 193

Fortescue, Wm., v. of Chesterton, 102

Forz, de, Isabel, see Riviers; Wm., ct. of Aumale, 197

Foscot, in Idbury, 208

Foster, Eliz., see Mare, de la; Geo., 184; Humph., 184; Wm., 38

Fotheringay, Master Wal. of, 17

Fowkes, Sir Hen., 150; Thos., of Buckingham, 122; Thos., r. of U. Heyford, 204

Fowle, T. W., r. of Islip, 207

Fowler, Chas., 52; Eliz., see Moore; Gabriel, 22, 41; Thos., fishmonger of London, 317

Fox, John, 224

Fox-hunting, see Bicester par. entry

Foxe, John, 285

Frankelyng, Pet., 226

Franklin, John, r. of L. Heyford, 193

Frankton (Warws.), man., 264

Freeman, Basil, 173; Ursula, 173; Wm., 78, 241–2; Winifred, 173; fam., 79

Freind, Wm., r. of Islip and dean of Canterbury, 208

French, Phil., fellow of New Coll., Oxf., and v. of Chesterton, 101, 102

Frere, Sir Edw., of Water Eaton, 282

Freshwater (I.O.W.), man., 127

Friends, Soc. of, 50, 79, 124, 134, 194–5

Fringford, 6, 106, 119, 125–34, 178, 262, 288; bridges, 125; chars., 134; ch. bldg., 115, 133, 173; ch. hist., 131–2, 179; civ. war, 126, 132; Compt. cens., 130, 360; dom. arch., 126; ec. hist., 128–31; farms, 112, 126, 130, 132; fields, 130; geol., 125; incl., 130, 131; inns, 126; mans., 126–8, 131, 263, 264, 356; man. ho., 126; mills, 112, 125, 126, 129, 130, 131, 132, 265; noncf., 133–4: occs., 131, 134; P.N., 125, 128; pop., 130, 354, 360; rectors, 107, 134; Recty., 125–6, 132; schs., 115, 124, 126, 132, 134, 152, 181, 267, 333; taxes, 125, 129, 358; top., 125–6; worthies, 126; yeo. fams., 129–30

Fritwell, of, Miles, 137, 308; Millicent, w. of Miles, 308; Sarah, w. of Steph. (d. 1231), 137; Steph. (d. 1231), 137, 308; Steph. (fl. 1239), 137

Fritwell, 2, 119, 134–46, 184, 290, 293, 301; chap., 13, 135; chars., 145–6; ch. bldg., 135, 144–5; ch. hist., 12, 142–4, 274 n, 308, 309; civ. war, 136; dom. arch., 135–6; ec. hist., 140–2, 337 n; farms, 136, 141, 142; fields, 135, 140, 141, 307; geol., 135; incl., 135, 140, 141–2, 143; inns, 135, 136; mans., 135, 136–40, 142, 269, 356, 357; man. hos., 136, 139; mills, 136, 137; noncf., 13, 49, 135, 145; occs., 142; P.N., 135, 136, 143; pop., 142, 354, 360; schs., 135, 145, 312, 323; taxes, 135, 136, 140, 358; tithe barn, 135; top., 134–5; Vic., 135, 144; windmill, 136; worthies, 136; yeo. fams., 141

Fulbrook (Bucks.), 308

Fulewelle, see Fulwell

Fulham, Edw., r. of Hampton Poyle, 166, 168

Fulk, ld. Fitzwarine, see Bourchier

Fuller, John, miller, 296

Fulmer (Bucks.), 114

Fulstone (Wilts.), 186

Fulwell, in Mixbury, 2, 5, 6, 251, 252, 348, 355, 361; Bridge, 116, 251; chap., 257, 258; ch. hist., 255, 257– 60; depop., 255; ec. hist., 255, 256, 257; man., 76, 253–4, 356; man. ho. (Grange), 252, 255; mills, 252, 255, 256; P.N., 255; taxes, 251, 255, 359

Furneaux, Hen., r. of L. Heyford, 193

Fyndale, Mr., of Hampton Poyle, 146

G

Gagle Brook (or 'Sexing Broc'), 7, 14, 71, 72, 92

Gallows Brook, 92, 225, 346

'Gambonbrugge', in N. Aston, 290

Gardiner, Col. Jas., 50; Thos., r. of Somerton, 297; fam., 120

Gardinis, de, Alexandra (fl. 13th cent.), see Haye; Alexandra (fl. 14th cent.), m. John Giffard (fl. 1320), 292; Ric., r. of Somerton, 297; Thos. (fl. 1279), 129; Thos. (d. 1328), 292; Wm., 292, 297, 298; fam., 127, 297, 356; prop., 129

Gardner, John, r. of Bucknell, 77, 79

Garford (Berks.), 82

Gargate, Hugh, 327; Isabel, m. Gerard of Munbury, 327; Muriel, m. Wm. de Ros, 327; Rob. (fl. c. 1160), 327; Rob. (fl. c. 1200), 327; Rog., 327; Sybil, wid. of Hugh, 327; fam., 327, 357

Garner, Thos., architect, 46, 136, 145, 298

Garth, Thos., r. of Charlton, 89, 90

Gatehampton, in Goring, 327

Gaunt, de, Maud, see D'Oilly; Maurice, 348

Gauntlett, Sam., ward. of New Coll., Oxf., and his w. Deborah, 80; char., 78

Gay, de, Adam, 4, 223, 226; Hilda, 223; John, 224, 226; Maud, see Poure; Norman, 155; Phil., 155; Reg. (d. c. 1175), 155, 156, 158, 279: Reg. (fl. 1200), 155; Rob. (d. c. 1138), 155, 279, 280; Rob. (d. by 1177), 155, 279; Rob. (fl. 1210), 155, 156, 158; Rob. (fl. 1230), 155; fam., 153, 156, 223, 224, 228, 279, 356; and see Rainald

Gayer, Anne, m. Revd. Francis Annesley, 59; Eliz., see Annesley

Gaynesford, Geo., 161; Isabel, see Croxford; John (d. 1450), 161; John (d. 1460), 161; Kath., see Grene

Gee, Thos., 195

Gefosse (Manche, Normandy), 209 n

Geoffrey, bp. of Coutances, 119, 184, 286

George II, King, 208

George, duke of Clarence, 148

George, A. J., mayor of Oxf., 221; Mary, 262

Gernio, see Jernio

Gernon, Wm., 340

Gibbon, Marsh (Bucks.), 146

Gibbons, Grinling, woodcarver, 91

Gibbs, Aaron, 262; Geo., 262; Jas., architect, 220; Moses, 262; Ric., 133; Thos., 262; fam., 133

Giffard, of Long Crendon (Bucks.), Wal., later earl of Buckingham (d. 1102), 3, 169, 314, 315, 335; Wal., earl of Buckingham (d. 1164), 171, 314, 320; —, w. of Wal. (d. 1164), 320; fam., 314; hon. of, 314, 315, 356

Giffard, of Twyford (Bucks.), Alexandra, see Gardinis; Isabel, see Stretele; Joan, see Bereford; Sir John 'le Boef' (fl. 1320), 128, 292; Sir John (d. 1369), 128, 292; John (d. 1492), 128; Lucy, w. of Sir John (d. 1369), 128; Margery, w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1394), 128; Rog., 128, 292; Sybil, w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1394,), 128, 292; Sir Thos. (d. 1394), 128, 131, 292; Thos. (d. 1469), 128, 292; Thos. (d. 1511), 128; Thos. (d. 1550), 128; Ursula, m. Thos. Wenman, 128; fam., 131, 292, 297

Gifford, Pru., dau. of Sir Geo. Gifford, of Claydon (Bucks.), m. Francis Poure, 59

Gilbert (fl. 1086), 58, 73, 348

Gilbert, chpl. of Cottisford, 114 n

Gilbert the clerk, 158

Gilder, John, r. of Noke, 275; Thos., 210, 212

Giles, Wm., woollendraper, 50

Gilkes, Anne, 157

Ginge, East (Berks.), 82

Glasgow, bp. of, see Cheam

Glasier, Ric., 241

Glass, armorial, 69, 76, 91, 180, 194, 260, 298–9, 310, 323, 332; med. painted, 46, 91, 167, 173, 241, 284, 332; mod. painted, see Powell, Jas.; Wailes; Warrington

Glen, Geo., banker, 327, 329, 332; fam., 325

Glossop, Fr., 47

Gloucester, Master John of, royal mason, 60

Gloucester, ctss. of, see Clare, Marshal; dchss. of, see Bohun; dukes of, see Humphrey, Woodstock; earldom, 118, 185; earls of, 184, 279, 314, and see Audley, Clare, and Robert; fees of, 153, 155; hon. of, 117, 153, 155, 175, 263, 286, 356

Gloucester Coll., Oxf., 217

Glover, arms of, 261

Glympton, stone from, 334

Glynne, Sir John, 17, 23; Steph., of Merton, 47; Sir Steph., bt., 23, 42; Sir Wm., bt. (d. 1690), 23, 45, 47; Sir Wm., bt. (d. 1721), 23; Wm., 47; fam., 31, 41, 45

'Godandun', see Godington

Godarville, Wal. de, 343

Godbehere, fam., 152

Godington, 146–52, 217, 244, 299, 330; ch. bldg., 151–2; ch. hist., 149, 150–1; Compt. cens., 149, 152, 360; ec. hist., 149–50, 151; farms, 146, 149; geol., 146; incl., 149; lesser ests., 149; man., 147–8, 357; mills, 150; Moat Fm., 146, 152; P.N., 149; Poodle est., 148, 149; Poodle Fm., 146; pop., 149–50, 354, 360; rectors, 152; Rcty., 146, 151; Rom. Cathm., 146, 147, 151, 152; schs., 152; taxes, 146, 149, 358; top., 146–7, 151; yeo. fams., 149, 152

Godley, A. D., 153

Godolphin, Hen., dean of St. Paul's (Lond.), 113

Godric (fl. 11th cent.), 208

Godstow Abbey, 2, 3, 61–62, 64, 73, 83; abbess of, 155, 156

Godwin (fl. 11th cent.), 94

Goldcliff (Mon.), priors of, 105

Gonson, see Gunson

Goodall, Thos., 167

Goodson, Rob., 176

Goodwin, Thos., r. of Launton, 233

Gordon, Gen. Chas. Geo., 46

Gosford, in Kidlington, 170; Bridge, 206; Hill, 218; —, sch., 276; Hosp., see Hospitallers

Gosling, Lt.-Col. Geo., 327, 332; Maj. Geo. Edw., 327; Mrs., wid. of Maj. G. E. Gosling, 327

Goss, Norman Jos., 332

Gough, Hen., r. of Charlton, 90; John, 311; Ric., 216; fam., 302, 306, 310

Grace Dieu Abbey (Leics.), 175

Grafton Underwood (Northants), 330 n

Grammar sch., see Bicester Hall

Grant, Ric. le, 308 n

Grantham, Edw., mapmaker, 243; Thos. (d. 1645), 21; Thos. (fl. 1700), 256; Sir Thos. (d. 1718), 21, 46, 55; Wm., mapmaker, 281 n, 320 n; fam., 256

Grantmesnil, de, Adeline, m. Rog. d'lvry, 81, 83, 88, 105, 207, 208, 278; Adelize, dau. of Hugh, see d'lvry; Hugh (d. 1094), 81, 105, 113, 208, 278; Ives, 208; Rose (or Rohais), m. Rob. de Courcy (fl. 1086), 105, 208; fam., 208; and see Pernel

Grave, de la (or de Grava), Hen., 224; Thos., s. of Fulk, 224 n, 225 n; fam., 224 n, 356

Gravenhill, in Bicester, 16

Great Central Rlwy., 116, 121, 285, 288

Great Chesterton, see Chesterton

Great Hampden (Bucks.), see Hampden

Great Seal, keeper of, 259 n

Great Stoughton (Hunts.), see Stoughton

Great Western Rlwy., 4, 6, 7, 14, 42, 135, 146, 182, 301; Aynho and Ashendon branch of, 71

Greatworth (Northants), 304

Greaves, R., 205

Greenhill, Eliz., w. of Revd. John Russell, 133; Revd. John Russell, 107, 112, 132, 133; Robt. Russell, M.P., 107

Greenway, Ann, m. John Wellesborne (d. 1606), 254; Thos., pres. of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxf., and r. of L. Heyford, 183, 186, 191–2, 194

Greenwood, Mary Ann, 85

Gregory XI, Pope, 100

Grendon, Rob. de, 273

Grene, Eliz., see Warner; Joan, 161; Kath., m. l John Gaynesford (d. 1460), 2 Sir Edm. Rede, 161; Ric. atte, 43 n; Sir Wal., 161; Wm., v. of Kirtlington, 229

Grenevile (or Grenvile), de, Eustance, 139, 291, 296; Isabel, see St. Fey; Joan, see Arsic; Ric., 60, 61; Wm. (fl. 1210), 60, 61; Wm. (fl. 1255), 340; fam., 60, 66, 357

Grent, John, r. of U. Heyford, 205

Grenville, Geo., of Wotton (Bucks.), 235; Geo., earl Temple, later mqss. of Buckingham, 120, 122, 124; Ric., earl Temple, 119; Rt. Hon. Thos., 124; and see TempleNugent – Brydges – Chandos – Grenville

Grevell, Thos., 323

Greville, Algernon, 128; Cath., wid. of Rob., Id. Brooke (d. 1643), 128; Hon. Dodington, 128; Francis, Id. Brooke (d. 1658), 128; Francis (d. 1710), 128; Fulke, Id. Brooke (d. 1628), 128, 131; Fulke, Id. Brooke (d. 1710), 128, 131; Fulke, Id. Brooke (d. 1711), 128; Sir Fulke (fl. 1763), 128; Rob., Id. Brooke (d. 1643), 128; Rob., Id. Brooke (d. 1677), 128; Sarah, see Dashwood; lady, 352; fam., 131

Grey, lady Jane, 270

Grey, de, of Rotherfield, Avice, see Marmion; Bart., 3rd Id. Grey, 127; Cath., see Fitzalan; Eliz., w. of John (d. by 1368), see Ponynges; Eliz. (d. 1423), see Bermingham; Isabel, see Duston; Joan, w. of Rob. (d. 1295), see Valoines; Joan, w. of Rob. (d. 1388), 127; Joan, m. Sir John Deincourt, 127, 131, 292; Sir John (d. 1311), 127; John (d. 1359), 127, 139, 291; John (d. 1375), 127, 291–2; John (d. by 1368), 127, 291; Maud, 292; Rob. (d. 1295), 127, 129, 224 n, 291, 294; Rob. (d. 1388), 127, 131, 292; Wal., abp. of York, 127, 291; Wal. (d. 1268), 127, 131, 139, 291; fam., 131, 139, 356; prop., 8, 126, 129, 290, 294, 296

Griffith, John (fl. 1530), 20, 24; John, of Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 50

Grimsbury (Northants), 10

Grimston, Sir Harbottle, 14

Grosseteste, Rob., bp. of Lincoln, 282, 283

Grove, in Holton, 224

Gryden, Wm., 280

Guildford, earl of, see North

Guillemard, Jas., fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxf., 231

Guise, Alice, see of Pauncefoot; John (d. 1501), 9, 11; John, s. of John (d. 1501), 9

Gulliver, Edw., 217

Gunson (or Gonson), Ant. (d. 1577), 138; Ant. (fl. 1580), 138; Ben., 138; Chris., 138; Jane, w. of Benj., m. 2 Wm. Andrews, 138; Wm., 138

Gunter, John, fellow of New Coll., Oxf., and r. of U. Heyford, 203

Gurden, —, the elder, 50; fam., 50

Guy, John, s. of, 140

Guy, Ric., s. of, see Fitzwyth

Guy of Tusmore, 335, 336

Guy, chaplain of Cottisford, 114 n

Gwilliam, S. T., r. of Hampton Poyle, and his wid., 166

Gygour, Margery, see Arden; Wm., 170

Gyrth, earl, 208

H

Haddon, see Smythe

Hadham (Herts.), 318

Hadow Report, 53

Hakewill, Geo., r. of Exeter Coll., Oxf., 347; Hen., architect, 244 n; Jas., v. of Fritwell and Weston-on-the-Green, 144, 351

Hale, John, 309

Hales, John, 307; Steph., 307

Hall, Ant. (fl. 1673), mayor of Oxf., 221; Ant., r. of Hampton Poyle, 161; Ben. (d. 1668), 270, 271, 275; Ben. (fl. 1698), 271, 273; Benedicts, 271; Chas., r. of Noke, 274; Francis, 82, 275; Hen. Ben., 271; John, 226; R. S., 279; Ric. (fl. 1619), 226; Ric. (fl. 1638), 227; Rog., 226 n; Wm., v. of Bicester, 41, 43, 47, 48; Wm. and his w. Mary of High Meadow (Glos.), 270; —, w. of Francis, 275; fam., of Finmere, 120; of Godington, 152; of Kirtlington, 221, 226, 231; of Noke, 268, 271, 272, 275

Halton, Tim., prov. of Queen's Coll., Oxf., 90, 210; Wm., v. of Probus (Cornw.), 92

Halton (Bucks.), 276

Hamden (or Hameldon), de, Alex. (d. 1264), 317; Alex. (fl. 1279), 317; Edm., 317; fam., 317, 357

Hammond, Revd. Fielder, 331

Hampden, Sir Edm., 148, 224; John, 317; Wm., 226; fam., 221, 224

Hampden, Great (Bucks.), 317

Hampton, of, Alice, m. Wal. de la Poyle, 161; Phil., 161; Steph. (fl. 1182), 161; Steph. (d. 1252), 161; Wm., 161, 162, 163; fam., 357

Hampton Gay, 3, 4, 5, 66, 152–9, 228, 285; canal, 153; ch. bldg., 159; ch. hist., 158–9, 228; civ. war, 162; Compt. cens., 158, 360; dom. arch., 153, 154; ec. hist., 156–8, 163; farms, 153, 157; fields, 156–7; geol., 152–3; inch., 157; lesser ests., 61, 156; mans., 153, 155–6. 223, 279, 356; man. est., 158; Man. Farm, 153; man. ho., 153, 154, 155, 156, 159; mill, 153, 156, 157, 158; paper-mill, 153, 158; P.N., 153; pop., 153, 157, 158, 354, 360; taxes, 62, 152, 153, 157, 164, 358; top., 152–3; and see Hamptons

Hampton Poyle, 5, 153, 155n, 156, 157, 158, 160–8, 218; chars., 168; ch. bldg., 156 n, 167–8; ch. hist., 165–8; civ. war, 164; Compt. cens., 165, 360; cts., 164; dom. arch., 160–1; ec. hist., 163–5; farms, 160, 165; fields, 163–5; fishery, 163; fulling mill, 164; geol., 160; incl., 160, 164, 165, 166; intercommoning, 163; lesser ests., 162–3; mans., 161–2, 341, 357; Man. Farm, 160; man. ho. (Moat Farm), 5, 160, 161; mills, 160, 162, 163; noncf., 168; occs., 165; P.N., 160, 163; pop., 164, 165, 354, 360; rectors, 161, 165, 166, 168; Rcty., 160, 161, 166, 167; sens., 168; taxes, 160, 164, 358; top., 160–1; worthies, 161; and see Hamptons

Hampton Stephani, see Hampton Poyle

Hamptons, the, 6, 56; and see Hampton Gay, Hampton Poyle

Hamsterly, Master Ralph, princ. of St. Alban Hall, later master of Univ. Coll., Oxf., 283, 284

Handborough, Long, 224

Hankeford, Ric, 74; Sir Wm., 74

Hanwell, 142, 175, 287, 308, 317

Harborough Bank, see Lower Heyford

Harcourt, Eliz., see Stokes; Mic., 254; Wm., 43

Harden, Mr., of Hethe, 178

Harding, Thos., r. of Souldern, 302, 303, 309

Hardwick, Maud of, 169

Hardwick, 8, 111, 168–73, 174, 333, 335, 336, 337; chap., 171, 320; ch. bldg., 169, 172–3; ch. hist., 171–2, 179, 320; Compt. cens., 171, 173 n, 360; dom. arch., 169; ec. hist., 170–1, 288, 295, 337n; fields, 171, 172; geol., 168; Heath, 103, 171, 181; incl., 171; lesser ests., 170; mans., 75, 148, 169–70, 356; Man. Farm (man. ho.), 133, 169, 173; Man. farm, 171; mill, 170; P.N., 168; pop., 171, 354, 360; Rcty., 169, 172; Rom. Cathm., 172, 173, 181; schs., 169, 173; taxes, 10n, 169, 170, 171, 358; top., 168–9, 171

Hardwick Audley, see Hardwick

Hardwick with Tusmore, civ. par., 168

Hardy, Cath., m. Art. Annesley, M.P., 59

Hardying, John, 109

Harman, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1607), 250; Hester, m. Alex. Denton, 246; John (d. 1629), of Lewes, 246; Nic., high sheriff of Oxon., 243n, 246, 247; Susannah, 250; fam., 243, 246 n

Harper, John (fl. c. 1600), 270, 275; John (fl. 1678), 50; Wm., 138; fam., 272

Harracks, Jas., r. of Islip, 216

Harres, Thos., 227

Harris, Geo., clockmaker, 142; Thos., 48

Harrison, Ann, m. John Slater, 288; C.S., r. of Cottisford, 112, 114, 115; Gil., 178, 267, 288; Grace Marg., 116; John, 128, 254, 256, 267, 288; lady Louisa, 2, 65; Mary, w. of Gil., 267; Wm., 194; fam., 176, 267; and see Dewar-Harrison, Slater-Harrison

Hart, John, 55, 106, 181, and his wid., m. 2 Edw. Andrews, 106; Theoph., 260; Tim., r. of Mixbury, 259, 260, 261

Hart Hall, Oxf., princ. of, see lies; vice-princ. of, see Davies, John

Hartin, Wm., 343

Hartland & Bloomfield, London, 39

Hartt (or Hortt), Wm., 46

Harweden, Ric., abbot of Westminster, 214 n

Haseley, Great, 222 n

Hatcliff, Master Wm., 138, 140

Hatton, Eliz., 145; Mary (fl. 1671), wid. of Sir Thos., 82; Mary (d. 1717), w. of Ralph, 173; Ralph, 173; Sir Thos., 82; fam., 275

Hauville, de, Amice, see Weston; Ellis, 286

Havere, Wm. de, 147, 149, 150

Haverfield, Thos., r. of Godington, 151

Hawkins, Sim., 250 n

Hawley, Edm., 224; John, 224

Hawtrey, Anne, 162; Bridget, m. Sir Hen. Croke, 162; Dot., m. Sir Mic. Dormer, 162; Eliz., m. Sir Wal. Pye, 162; Jane, see Bury; Mary, m. Sir Francis Wolley, 162; Wm. (fl. 1594), 162; Wm. (fl. c. 1610), 162; Winifred, see Dormer

Haye, de la (or de Hay), Alexandra, see Arsic; Alexandra, m. Wm. de Gardinis, 127, 292; Nichole, m. Gerard de Camville, 244, 245, 248; Rob. (fl. 1154), 248; Rob., r. of Souldern, 308; Thos., 9, 126, 127, 139, 226 n, 291, 292; fam., 244, 245

Hayle, Wm., 17, 31

Hayton, Geo., r. of Charlton, 81, 92; char., 92

Headington, 222; stone, 334

Hearne, Thos., antiquary, 144, 217, 274

Heath, Dot., see Verney; Eliz., wid. of Thos., m. 2 Devorax Barrett, 287; Jane, w. of Ric., see Bush; Jane, w. of Thos., see Denton; Kath., see Carter; Percival, 287; Ric., 287, 288, 289; Rob., 287; Thos., 287; fam., 180 n, 289

Helias, Master, see Elias

Helias, decanus, 215

Hemins, Edw., sr., clockmaker, 34; Edw., jr., clockmaker and bellfounder, 34; fam., 34

Hendle, Wal., 100

Hendred, West (Berks.), 185

Henley, Rt. Hon. J. W., 132

Henley, 109; assize at, 163

Henn, John, 242

Henred, de, Lucy, w. of Ric. (d. by 1242), 185, 191; Ric. (d. by 1242), 185, 192; Ric. (d. 1275), 185, 191; Ric. (fl. 1279), 62; Wm. (fl. 1220), r. of L. Heyford, 192; Wm. (d. 1293), 185; fam., 185, 356

Henrietta, dchss. of Orleans, 123

Henry I, King, 3, 117, 175, 208–9, 221, 244, 264, 286

Henry II, King, 33, 73, 209, 221, 228, 264, 269

Henry III, King, 32, 60, 73, 176, 209, 224, 263

Henry IV, King, 106, 113, 131, 339

Henry V, King, 82, 185

Henry VI, King, 16, 36, 106, 119, 148, 226, 340

Henry VII, King, 119, 127, 138, 140, 142, 148, 197, 287

Henry VIII, King, 20, 78, 95, 119, 138, 142, 171, 178, 197, 226, 246, 254, 287, 326, 330, 348

Henry, duke of Lancaster (d. 1361), 184

Henry of Bolingbroke, 222; and see Hen. IV, King

Henry of Sandwich, 209 n

Henton, in Chinnor, 94

Henwood Nunnery (Warws.), 88

Herbard, see Sparwe

Herberd, John, 236

Herbert (fl. 1086), 224

Hereford, ctss, of, see Bohun; earls of, 357, and see Bohun, Breteuil, FitzOsbern

Hereford, bps. of, see Butler, Foliot

Hereford, Nic., r. of Somerton, 291

Hereman, Capt. Francis, 173

Herluin (fl. 1086), 286; Wm., s. of, 286

Hertford, earls of, see Clare

Hervey, Miss, 318

Hester, Hen., 194; Rachel, 194

Hethe, Hamo, bp. of Rochester, 258

Hethe, 3, 4, 103, 119, 174, 176–82, 251; chaps., 173, 181; chars., 181; ch. bldg., 174, 179–80; ch. hist., 131, 178–80; dom. arch., 174; ec. hist., in, 176–8; farms, 174, 178, 179; fields, 177, 179; geol., 174; inch., 176, 178; inns, 174; lesser ests., 176; mans., 107, 174–6, 356; man. est., 177; man. ho., 177; mill, 178; occs., 178; P.N., 174; pop., 177, 354, 360; Prot. noncf., 181; rectors, 114, 178; Rcty., 174, 179; Rom. Cathm., 48, 152, 180–1, 333; schs., 115, 134, 173, 181; taxes, 174, 176, 178, 358; top., 174; warren, 177, 178; and see Willaston

Hewiett, Geo., 35, 50; —, s. of Geo., 35; fam., 54

Heydon, Edw., r. of Ardley, 12; Ralph, 235; —, shoemaker, 181; fam., 178

Heyford, de (or de Crawell), John, r. of U. Heyford, 203; Sim., r. of U. Heyford, 203

Heyford, Lower (or Heyford Bridge), 4, 182–95; bridge, 182, 186; chap. (Meth.), 183, 195; chars., 195; ch. bldg., 193–4; ch. hist., 191–4; civ. war, 183; Compt. cens., 190, 360; cts., 188, 190; dom. arch., 183; ec. hist., 186–91, 355; farms, 183, 191; field map, 189; fields, 187–8; fishery, 187; ford, 190; geol., 182, 186; Harborough Bank, 186, 189; incl., 186, 188, 190, 192; inns, 182– 3, 191; mans., 155, 183–6, 356; man. hos., 182, 183; mkt., 191; mills, 182, 187, 189, 191; noncf., 193, 194–5; occs., 191; P.N., 182, 186; pop., 187, 191, 354, 360; rectors, 187, 188, 192–3; Rety., 182, 183, 193; rlwy., 182; schs., 183, 195; socs., 191; taxes, 182, 187, 358; top., 182–3, 186; wharf, 40, 182, 341; wds., 182; worthies, 183; and see Caulcott

Heyford, Upper (or Heyford Warren), 196–205, 293; chap. (R.C.), 311; chars., 205; Child Grove, 7, 11; ch. bldg., 203, 204–5; ch. hist., 201–5; Compt. cens., 201, 360; ct. rolls, 198, 199, 200; dom. arch., 196, 197; ec, hist., 198–201; farms, 201; field map, 202; fields, 200, 201; geol., 196; incl., 198, 200, 201, 203, 205; land tenure, 200, 201; man., 197–8, 201, 203, 356; man. customs, 198, 199, 200; Man. Farm (formerly man. ho.), 196, 201; mill, 196, 198, 200; noncf., 197, 204, 205; occs., 201; P.N., 196; pop., 196, 198, 201, 354, 360; rectors, 199, 205; Rcties., 196, 197, 203–4, 205; schs., 197, 204, 205; taxes, 196, 199, 201, 359; top., 196–7; and see Royal Air Force, United States Air Force

Heyford Purcell (or 'Porcells'), 182; and see Heyford, Lower

Heylyn, Pet., r. of Islip, 208, 215

Heythrop Hunt, 36

Heywood (Berks.), 279

Hibbert, Lt.-Col. F. D., 72, 74, 79; Hester Louisa, see Trotman; Rob. Fiennes, 74

Hickman, Edw., 49

Hickock, Ric. (d. c. 1635), 145 n; Ric. (d. 1709), 144; Wm. 141, 144, 145; fam., 141; char., 145–6

Hide, Humph., 221; Wm. de la, 83

Higden, Bryan, princ. of Broadgates Hall, Oxf., dean of York, and r. of Bucknell, 77

Higgins, Rob., r. of Finmere, 122

High Wycombe, see Wycombe

Hill, And., of Salop, 235; Ann, see Hindes; Hen., 156; John, r. of Charlton, 90

Hillesden (Bucks.), 148, 327

Hilton, Edw., fellow of Queen's Coll., Oxf., and r. of Bletchingdon and Charlton, 68 n, 89

Hind, Anne, 13, 13 n, 322, 323; Thos., r. of Ardley, 13

Hindes, Ann, m. 1 Hen. Hill, 2 Hen. Huguenin, 156; John (d. 1743), 155; John (d. 1754), 159; Susannah, see Ryves; Thos. (d. 1718), 159, and his w. Eliz., 155; Revd. Thos. (d. 1768), 155, 156, 159; Wm., 155, 159; fam., 159

Hingeston, Revd. F. C., 159 n

Hinton, Edw., r. of Islip, 215; Jas., 91, 285

Hinton Martell (Dors.), 131

Hitch, John, 340; Rog., of Kempston, 340; Thos., 340, 344

Hoare, C. T., 30; fam., 19

Hockens, Edm., 10

Hockmore, Jos., 195

Hodges, Joanna, 50 n; Thos., r. of Souldern, 50 n, 308, 309

Hodgson, A., architect, 310; Francis, prov, of Eton and r. of Cottisford, 114

Hogan, Edm., 119; Eliz., see Blundell; Eliz., m. Thos. Waller, 119

Hogges, John, 261

Hogshaw Hospital (Bucks.), 170, 171 n; and see Templars

Holbech, Ambrose, 122, 254, 264

Holden, Hugh, fellow of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., and r. of Noke, 274

Holder, J. C., 273; Dr. Wm., r. of Bletchingdon, 58

Holland, Hen. ld. (fl. 1763), 128, 131; Hen., 3rd baron (fl. 1815), 128

Holland, de, Maud (fl. 1314), see Zouche; Maud (fl. 1372), m. Sir John Lovel, 82; Rob., 82

Holleyman, Wm., 224

Hollins, John, 224

Hollis, Jos., r. of Godington and v. of Chesterton, 102, 151

Holloway, Ben., r. of Ardley, 12

Holman, Anastasia, 10; Geo., 10, 11; Sir John, bt., of Banbury, 111, 254; Phil., 10, 11, 340; Wm. of Warkworth (Northants), and his w. Mary, 254

Holme, Wm., 138

Holsworthy (Devon), 224

Holt, Ann, see Love; Cath., see Dormer; Chas., 316, 323; Eliz., see Lynde; Helen, see Jones; Ralph (d. 1633), 316, 319, 321; Ralph (d. 1702), 45, 313, 316, 323; his two wives, 323; Rob. (d. by 1558), 316; Rob. (d. 1802), r. of Finmere, 124; Susan, see Petty; Susanna (d. 1704), m. Revd. Edm. Major, 323; Susannah, m. Newsham Peers, 316; Thos. (d. c. 1608), 316, 321; Thos. (d. 1644), 316; Wm., 307, 316, 321

Holt (Worcs.), 9

Holton, T., 346

Holton, 159

Holy Cross, friars of the, at Donnington (Berks.), 304

Hook Norton, see Norton, Hook

Hooke, John, r. of Bletchingdon, 69

Hopcraft, Wm., 320; fam., 141; and see Oppercroft

Horde, Master Edm., canon of Oseney and r. of Oddington, 274, 283

Horden, Alex., 59, 64; Dot., see Brome

Horn (or Home), John, 226; Ric., r. of Finmere, 120, 122, 123

Horse-racing, see Bicester, Mixbury par. entries

Horseheath (Cambs.), 169, 254

Horseman, John, r. of Souldern, 309

Hortt, see Hartt

Hospital of St. John and St. James, Brackley (Northants), 122

Hospitallers (Order of St. John of Jerusalem), preceptory of Sandford, 61, 155, 170–1, 318

Hotot, Sir Rob., 289

Houlditch, Revd. Edw., 331

Howard, Eliza, w. of Hen., earl of Effingham (d. 1889), 173; Hen., earl of Effingham (d. 1889), 104, 107, 140, 148, 169, 172–3, 334, 336; Hen., earl of Effingham (d. 1898), 336; Hen. Alex. Gordon, earl of Effingham (d. 1927), 115, 336

Howse, Chas., 151

Howth, Lady Joan, see Beaufort

Huddlestone, Isabel, see Williams; Ric., 279

Hudson, John, Oxf. builder, 160; Revd., v. of Chesterton, 101

Hugh, priest of Bucknell, 77 n

Huguenin, Ann, see Hindes; Hen., 156

Hull, John, fellow of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., and r. of Ardley, 12

Hulle, Roger Ate, 174

Humez, de, Agnes, see Say; Ric., constable of Normandy, 221, 228; Wm., abbot of Westminster, 209, 224, 234

Humphrey, duke of Glos., 106

Humphrey the clerk, of Godington, 150

Hundred Years War, 113

Hundreds, see Bullingdon, 'First Gadre', Islip, Kirtlington, Ploughley, 'Rovelai'. Stodfald

Hungerford, John, fellow of New Coll., Oxf., and r. of U. Heyford, 203; Ric., 161

Hunloke, Capt. P., 172

Hunsingore, Master Ric. de, 143

Hunt, Eliz., w. of Humph., 46; Humph., 37, 46; John, v. of Fritwell, 144; Ralph (Rafe) and his two wives, 37, 46; Wal., glover, 37

Hurley (Berks.), 114

Hussey, Agnes, m. 1 Rog. Moore, 2 Sir Edw. Saunders, 22, 40, 46; Eliz., see Wellesborne; Rachel, m. — Stevens, 345; Ric. (d. 1574), 254; Ric. architect, 204; Zachary, 345

Hyde, de la (or atte), Gil., 83; Wm., 83, 176

Hyett, Jas., 138, 140, 142; fam., 142

Hynton, de, Hugh, 83; Margery, 83

I

Ibbetson, Revd. Ric., 210

Ichel (or Ithel) de Kerwent, r. of Bucknell, 77

Ickford (Bucks.), 13

Iles, Thos., princ. of Hart Hall, 107, 108

Illingworth, Ellen, m. Wm. Babington, 270; Sir Ric., 270

Illustrated Oxfordshire Telegraph, later the Oxfordshire Telegraph, 35

Ilsington (Devon), v. of, 323 n

Ilsley, East (Berks.), 340

Imrie & Angell, Messrs., architects, 334

Independent Co. of Infantry, at Bicester, 21

Independents, 48, 49, 50, 54, 99, 134, 241

Ingania, Ric., 3

Ingerram, Wal., 226 n

Ingerram de Kirtlington, 220

Ingham, Joan de, m. Roger Lestrange (d. 1349), 245

Ingram, Chris., 107; Susannah, w. of Chris., 107

Inwes, see Ivaus

Ireland, John, dean of Westminster and r. of Islip, 208

Ireland, 48, 314

Iron age settlement, 14

Isabel (or Isabella), queen of Edw. II, 8, 208

Isabel (or Isabella), dau. of Edw. III, 118

Isabel, ctss. of Aumale, Devon, and the Isle, see Riviers

Isle of Wight, Ids. of, see Riviers

Islip, John, abbot of Westminster, 208; Master Wal. de, 282

Islip, 3, 6, 144, 205–19, 239, 268, 273; bridge, 206, 208; chars., 218– 19; ch. bldg., 216–17; ch. hist., 34, 215–17, 273, 274; civ. war, 216; Compt. cens., 215, 360; Confessor's (King's) chap., 207, 217, 250; copyhold tenure, 213–14; cts., 223; ct. ho., 207; dom. arch., 207; ec. hist., 210; farms, 206, 207; fields, 205, 210–12; field map, 211; fisheries, 206; 'hundred', 4, 5; incl., 215; inns, 207; liberty of, 4, 223, 270, 274, 278, 356; mans., 82, 208–10, 356; mkt., 207; mills, 31, 207; noncf., 217; occs., 207; palace of Ethelred, 207, 217; P.N., 206, 207; poor of, 165; pop., 214, 215, 227, 354, 360; rlwy., 80, 206; rectors, 208, 273, 274; Rcty., 206, 207; schs., 26, 217–18; taxes, 214, 215, 227, 359; wds., 205, 212, 272; worthies, 208

Islip Bridge, battle of, 206, 208

Islip deanery, 89, 159, 166, 215, 273, 282

Islip Pedigree Breeding Centre, 282

Ivaus (or Inwes, Ivwes), de, Ralph, and his w. Agnes, 75; Ric., 75; fam., 75

Ivry, see d'Ivry

Izard, see Shillingford

J

Jack of Newbury, see Newbury

Jackman, Nic., 149; Rob., sr., 149; Rob., jr. (fl. 1524), 149; Rob. (fl. 1559), 149

Jackson, Lancelot, r. of Bletchington, 241

Jackson of Oxf., organ builder, 310

James II, King, 77, 193, 274

James, Dot., see Waller; Frances, 119, 124; Hogan, 119; John, 119; Rob., 23; fam., 117

Jane Seymour, queen of Hen. VIII, 119

Janekyns, Gil., 32

Jarvis, Eliz., 339

Jemmatt, Sam., r. of Somerton, 297

Jemmett, Rob., 46

Jennings, Jas., Oxon. surveyor, 291; Rob., of Abingdon, 155; Thos., clockmaker, of Fritwell, 142; Wm., clockmaker, 142; —, of Somerton, 300; fam., 300

Jernio (or Gernio) (fl. 11th cent.), 161

Jersey, ctss. of, see Child-Villiers, Villiers; earls of, 1, 38, 94, 103, 195; and see Child-Villiers, Villiers; earldom of, 95; ests., 251

Jesuits, Order of, St. Omer (Fr.), 299

Jews, 32, 61, 118, 348

Joan, dau. of King Hen. II, m. Wm. II, King of Sicily, 244

Job, Jas., r. of Mixbury, 258

John, Count, later King, 9, 117, 142, 147, 209, 222, 243, 244, 245, 253

John, duke of Bedford (d. 1435), 106

John, r. of Mixbury, 259

John, r. of Noke, 274

John, s. of Adelelm of Fulwell, 253

John, s. of Guy, 140

John, s. of Peter, 340

John of Eltham, earl of Cornwall, 8, 258

John of Fulwell, 253

John of Glouc., Master, royal mason, 60

John of Saxenton, 75

John the painter, of Thame, 17

Johnson, Jas., r. of Mixbury and later bp. of Worcester, 260; fam., 272

Jones, Helen, m. Ralph Holt (d. 1633), 316; Jas., schoolmaster, 52, 54; Ric., 176; Rob., r. of Souldern, 302–3, 309; Sir Sam., 142; Wal., 316; fam., 241, 316

Jordan, v. of Kirtlington, 229

Jordan, Wm. (fl. 1218), 253

Jourden, Wm., 306

Joyner, Master Martin, r. of Charlton and chancellor of Lincoln, 89

Jugoslav community, Bicester, 48

Juniper Hill, in Cottisford, 104, 105, 111, 112, 113, 115; and see Cottisford

Jurdan, Nic., a hermit, 221

Juxon, Wm., r. of Somerton, later pres. St. John's Coll., Oxf., and abp. of Canterbury, 291, 297, 298, 301; arms of, 298

K

Kane, J. B., v. of Bicester, 44

Katharine, queen of Hen. V, 222

Katharine of Aragon, queen of Hen. VIII, 119

Katharine Howard, queen of Hen. VIII, 119

Kayler, Chas. Edw., 252, 254

Keat, Wm., 124; fam., 120

Keate, Hugh, 223; Wm., 221

Keene, Humph., bell-founder, 183 n, 217; Jas., 103

Keith-Falconer, C. A., 46; fam., 38

Kempe, —, 164

Kempster, John, 155

Kendall, John, 107, 112

Kenilworth (Warws.), 20 n

Kenilworth Priory (later Abbey), 178, 179; prior of, 176

Kennett, Sarah, see Carver; White, bp. of Peterborough, 16, 18, 19, 21, 33, 35, 43, 55, 72

Kenricke, Eliz., see Bruce; Jas., 186; Rob., 186

Kent, Wm., 124; fam., 124

Kentwood, John, and his w. Alice, 317

Ker, Georgina, m. Revd. F. A. Bertie, 349; Admiral Ld. Mark, 349

Kerswell, John, r. of Godington, 150, 151

Kerwent, Ichel de, r. of Bucknell, 77

Kerwood, F., 168

Ketal (fl. 11th cent.), a Dane, 291

Key, Thos., r. of Charlton, 89, 91

Kidderminster, barons of, see Beauchamp

Kidlington, 70, 159, 163, 166, 168, 197

Kilby, Alice, m. Sam. Cox (fl. 1710), 145, 302, 305; Matt., 141 n; N., 135; Ric., 145, 302, 305, 311 n; Rob., 302; fam., 141, 302, 310, 311

King, Agnes, wid. of Wm., 236; Mrs. Anne, 133; Geo., brasier, 18, 38; R. (fl. 18th cent.), 332 n; Rob., bp. of Oxf., 291, 297; fam., 306

King's Coll., London University, 166

King's Sutton (Northants), 244 n, 247

Kinge, John (d. 1742), 246; John (d. c. 1748), 246; Wm., 246

Kingsey (Bucks.), 186

Kingston Lisle (Berks.), 269

Kipping, John, 199

Kirby, Thos., r. of Fringford, 132; Miss, 54

Kirby & Wooten, bankers, 35

Kirby Misperton (Yorks.), 279

Kirkeby, Master Thos., v. of Bicester, 43

Kirtlington, Wal. s. of Ric. de, 220 n

Kirtlington, 2, 3, 19, 24, 25, 56, 219– 32, 234, 239, 288; Catsham bridge, 220; chars., 232; ch. bldg., 229–31; ch. hist., 41, 228–31; civ. war, 221; Compt. cens., 227, 361; ct. rolls, 34, 36, 220, 227; dom. arch., 220; ec. hist., 225–8; farms, 220; fields, 225; fords, 219–20; geol., 219; incl., 220, 226, 228, 229, 232; inns, 220; lesser ests., 224; mans., 221–4, 303, 356, 357; man. ho., 221; mills, 220, 221; noncf., 231; occs., 227; Park Ho., 220, 221, 223; park, 1, 225; P.N., 221; pop., 354, 361; Rcty., 221, 229; rcty. est., 221; schs., 70, 225, 231–2; taxes, 62, 227, 359; top., 219–21; Town green, 220; Vic., 229; wds., 220; worthies, 221; yeo. fams., 221; and see Bignell, Northbrook

Kirtlington hundreds, 2, 4, 5

Knapp, G. F., 163; Geo., gent., 163, 165; Geo., merchant, 165; Jos., 163; Tyrrell, 156; fam., 163

Knebworth (Herts.), 175

Knightley, Mary, see Fermor; Sir Ric., 293

Knipe, John, r. of Charlton, 81, 90, 91, 92

Kyte, Joshua, r. of Wendlebury, 344

L

Lace-making, 11, 34–35, 121, 142, 257, 265, 296, 307, 329

Lachford, in Gt. Haseley, 59

Lacy (or Lacey), John, 37

Lacy, de, Alice, ctss. of Lincoln and Salisbury, m. 1 Thos., earl of Lancaster, 2 Sir Ebles Lestrange, 17, 147, 245, 248, 326; Hen., earl of Lincoln, 17, 22, 25, 31, 147, 149, 244, 245, 326; Marg., see Longespée

Ladwell, John de, 140 n

Lamb, Geo., r. of Hethe, 179, 180; fam., 180

Lambourne, A. F., 50; Master Simon of, fellow of Merton Coll., Oxf., and r. of Souldern, 308; fam., 149

Lamplugh, Kath., 91; Thos., princ. of Alban Hall, Oxf., and r. of Charlton, later bp. of Exeter and abp. of York, 48, 90, 91, 92

Lancaster, Jos., 242

Lancaster, ctss. of, see Lacy, Alice; duke of (d. 1361), see Hen.; earl of (d. 1322), see Thos.; fam., 245; duchy of, 36, 222, 228, 269; earldom of, 184; hon. of, 20 n

Lanesborough, ld. Clifford of, see Boyle

Langdon, Thos., mapmaker, 182, 183, 188, 189, 192

Langeston, John, 237

Langetot, Alice de, m. Rog. de Chesney, 198, 293

Langford, Anne, see Beverley; Rob., 74, 148

Langford Bridge, nr. Bicester, 31

Langley, Thos., bp. of Durham, 106; Thos., r. of Noke, 274

Langley, de, Alice, w. of Wal., 31; Christina, 23; Geof., justice (fl. c. 1250), 23; Geof. (fl. 1325), 23; Geof. (d. by 1375), 23; Joan (d. by 1375), 23; John, 23; Thos., clk., 23; Wal., 23, 24, 25, 31; fam., 19, 357

Langston, Amice, see Danvers; Cath., m. Thos. Pigott (d. 1559), 336; Chris., 336; Eliz., w. of John (d. 1435), 74; John (d. 1435) of Caversfield, 74, 336, 337; John (d. 1506), 74, 336; John (d. 1558), and his w. Jane, 74; Ric., 74; Thos., of Tusmore, 110, 336; fam., 74

Langton, de, John, r. of Finmere, 123; Wal., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 118, 123, 286

Lark Rise, by Flora Thompson, 286

Larwolde, fam., 79

Lateran Council, Fourth, 248

Latimer, lady, see Beauchamp, Eliz.; lds., see Neville

Latimer, Mr., 275

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 111, 208

Launceles, Mat. de, and his coheiresses, 224 n, 226 n

Launder, Bridget, 103

Launton, 4, 232–43; chap., 40, 240; chars., 242–3; ch. bldg., 241; ch. hist., 40, 240–1; Compt. cens., 240, 361; cts., 236; customary tenure, 236, 237–9; dom. arch., 233–4; ec. hist., 235–40; farms, 233, 239; fields, 235; geol., 232; Ho., 234; inch., 235–6. 239, 240; inns, 233; mans., 234–5, 356; man. admin., 237, 239; man. est. (Westminster Abbey), 2, 3, 236–7, 239; Man. Farm, 233, 234; mills, 233; noncf., 49, 233, 241–2; occs., 237; P.N., 233, 235; pop., 239, 240, 355, 361; rectors, 233, 240; Rcty., 233; schs., 233, 242; taxes, 233, 239, 359; top., 232–4; windmill, 233, 237; worthies, 234; yeo. fams., 234

Lavington, Geo., r. of U. Heyford, later bp. of Exeter, 204

Lawless (or Lawley), Thos., 127

Lawrence, John, r. of Newton Purcel, 266; fam., 178

Le Bret, see Bret

Leckhampstead (Bucks.), 254

Lee, Jas., ironfounder, 158; John, 119; Mary, see Blundell; Ric., 119; Sir Ric., 321; Sam., 19, 23, 48

Leicester, earls of, see Fitz Pernel, Edm. 'Crouchback', Montfort; hon., 208

Leicester, Master John, r. of Noke, 274

Leigh, Thos., r. of L. Heyford, 186, 190, 193; Thos. (fl. 1765). 246; Wm., of Southwark, 186; Wm. (d. 1740), 246; —, wid. of Revd. Thos., 286

Leland, John, antiquary, 33, 243

Leman, John, 341

Lenthall, Bridget, w. of Sir John, 57, 59; Edm., 282 n; Sir John, 57, 59, 64, 65, 67, 69, 70, 221, 278; Lady Kath., m. — Pasley, 278, 282 n; Wm. (fl. 1600), 59; Wm. (d. 1662), Speaker, 59; Wm. (fl. 1685), 70

Lenveysy, John, see Plescy

Leofric, earl, 94 n

Lepper, A. T., 117; Jeremy, 50

Leslie-Melville, John Dav., earl of Leven and Melville, 231

Lestrange, Alice, w. of Sir Ebles, see Lacy; Alice, w. of Roger, ld. Strange of Knockin (d. 1382), see Fitzalan; Sir Ebles, 245, 326; Joan, w. of Roger, ld. Strange of Knockin (d. 1349), see Ingham; Joan, dau. of John, ld. Strange of Knockin (d. 1479), m. Geo. Stanley, 246; John, ld. Strange of Knockin (d. 1398), 246; John, ld. Strange of Knockin (d. 1479), 246; Maud, wid. of John (d. 1398), 245–6; Ric., ld. Strange of Knockin (d. 1449), 246 n; Rog., ld. Strange of Knockin (d. 1349), 245, 247, 326; Rog., ld. Strange of Knockin (d. 1382), 245; —, ld. Strange, 322

Lethaby, W. R., architect, 333

Leven and Melville, earl of, see Leslie-Melville; earls of, 223, 229

Lewes, Marg., wid. of Wm., m. 2 Chas. Stuart, duke of Richmond, 59; Wm., 57, 59

Lewis, Jas., architect, 57; John, 46

Lewknor, de, John, 304; Lucy, see Arderne; Thos., 304

Lichfield, bps. of, see Coventry

Lihinde, John, 307

Lilbourne (Northants), 246

Lille (or Chabbeneys), Wm. de, 127

Lillingstone Dayrell (Bucks.), 3

Lillingstone Lovell (Bucks.), 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 355, 359, 361

Lincoln, ctss. of, see Lacy, Longespée, Norreys; earls of, see Clinton, Lacy

Lincoln, bps. of, 248, 273; and see Bek, Burghersh, Chedworth, Chesney, Dalderby, Grosseteste, Longland, St. Hugh, Sutton, Welles, Williams

Lincoln Castle, 244; constable of, 147

Lincoln Cathedral, bp. and chapter of, 296 n; chanc, of, see Joyner

Lincoln Coll., Oxf., 161

Lindsey, ctss. of, see Wray; earl of, see Bertie, Montagu

Linton, Hen., v. of Fritwell, 144

Lipscombe, fam., 272

Lisle, de, of Lower Heyford, Amice, see Schulton; John, 185; Kath., 185; Rog., 185, 187; Wm., 100 n, 185; fam., 187, 191, 192

Lisle, de, of Kingston Lisle, Alice, see Teyes; Anne, see Pole, de la; Gerard (d. 1360), 137, 273; Gerard (d. 1381), 138, 269; Joan, see Wynnow; Marg., w. of Warin (d. 1382), see Pipard; Marg., m. Thos., ld. Berkeley, 138, 269; Ric., 137, 138; Warin (d. 1322), 137, 269; Warin (d. 1361), 269, 273; Warin, ld. Lisle (d. 1382), 137 n., 138, 269

Lisle, de, of Rougemont, Alice, m. Sir Thos. Seymour, 198, 201, 203; John, ld. Lisle, 198, 201; Marg., nun, 198; Rob., ld. Lisle (d. 1344), 137, 198, 201; Rob., ld. Lisle (d. c. 1399). 137, 198, 269; Warin (d. 1296), 137, 198; fam., 137, 201, 269

Lisle, de, of Stoke Lyne, Adelize, w. of Otwel (d. c. 1216), 315; Giles (d. by 1260), 315; Sir Giles (fl. 1285), 315–16, 318, 319, 335; Otwel (d. c. 1216), 315, 318, 319, 335; Otwel (fl. 1240), 315; Rob. (fl. 1240), 315, 319; Rob. (fl. 1279), 315; fam., 313, 315, 318, 319, 356

Litchfield, Alex., r. of Noke, 273, 275; Martha, 218, 219

Little Barford, see Barford

Little Chesterton, see Chesterton

Little Wolford (Warws.), see Wolford

Littlemore Priory, Oxf., prioress of, 61, 62

Liverpool (Lancs.), 40

Lloyd, Sir Edw., bt., 105; Griffith ('Griff.'), r. of Newton Purcell, 19, 263, 266; Hugh, r. of Islip, 215; John, 215

Lloyds Bank, Bicester, 35

Local Govt. Acts (1858, 1894), 38

London, Master John, r. of Ardley and ward, of New Coll., Oxf., 8, 12; Master Sim. de, r. of Launton, 240

London, Wm., archd. of, 100

London, bps. of, 240; and see Basset, Compton, Fauconberg, Foliot, Fulk, Ste Mère Église

London, 14, 17, 31, 157, 171, 173, 175, 176, 208, 223, 342

London & Birmingham Rlwy., 206

London, Midland & Scottish Rlwy., 71, 146, 232

London & North Eastern Rlwy., 285

London & Northwestern Rlwy., 14, 116, 338

Long, Jas., 40; John, 201; Mary, m. Francis Turner, 123, 124; Sir Ric., 127; Thos., r. of Finmere, 122, 123; Wm., 124; fam., 123, 124

Long Crendon, see Crendon

Long Handborough, see Handborough

Longespée, Ela, m. 1 Thos. de
-, Newburgh, earl of Warwick, 2 Phil.
-, Basset (d. 1271), 222; Ela, m. Jas.
-, Audley (d. 1272), 326; Idoine, see
-, Camville; Marg., ctss. of Salisbury
-, m. Hen. de Lacy, earl of Lincoln 147, 245, 326; Ric., 244 n; Steph. 247; Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1226), 22, 147, 224, 245, 248, 325; Sir Wm. (d. 1250), 22, 26, 31, 32, 147, 245, 247, 325, 326; Sir Wm. (d. 1257), 147, 245, 326; fam., 356, 357

Longfield, Art., of Wolverton (Bucks.), 61

Longland, John, bp. of Lincoln, 41

Longueville, Sir Edw., 136, 145; Wal. Giffard, Id. of, see Giffard

Lord, John, r. of Cottisford, 114; Laur. (d. 1708), 101, 116; Laur. (d. 1743), 105, 106; daus. of Laur. (d. 1708), 144

Lords Appellant, 9

Lost villages, see Bainton, Bignell, Cote, Fulwell, Newton Morrell, the Northbrooks, Saxenton, Shelswell, Tusmore, Willaston, Wretchwick

Loutre, Ligerus, 226n; Thos. de, 224 n, 225 n, 226 n

Love, Alice, w. of Edw. (d. 1557), 323; Ann, m. Thos. Holt, 321; Edw. (d. 1557). 321, 323; Edw. (fl. 1567), 11, 321; Edw. (fl. 1613), 306, 307; Ric., r. of Ardley and v. of Stoke Lyne, 12

Lovel, Alice, see Deincourt; Francis, ld., 127, 131, 292; Sir John (d. 1372), 82; John, ld. (d. 1465), 127; John, ld. Lovel of Titchmarsh, 82; Maud, see Holland; Sir Ralph, of Barton Bendish (Norf.), 127; Rob., 131; Phil., 147; Thos., 127; Wm., ld., 82, 127, 131, 292; fam., 131

Lovell, Joanna, 300

Lovetot, John de (d. 1294), justice of the Common Pleas, and his s. John, 304

Lovett, Eliz., m. Jas. Bury, 162; Jane, see Bury; Thos., 162, 223

Lowe, John, r. of Ardley, 12, 13

Lower Heyford, see Heyford

Lowry, John, r. of Charlton, 90, 92

Lucius III, Pope, 228

Lucy, de, Eleanor, see St. Fey; Geoff., 340

Ludgershall (Bucks.), 54

Luke, Sir Sam., 57

Lulworth (Dors.), 293

Lumber, John, 164

Lushington, Maria, m. John Tilson, 162

Lusignan, Hugh de, 209, 212

Lutyens, Sir Edwin, architect, 243; Rob., architect, 243

Lydall, Eliz., 159

Lynde (or Lyne), Eliz., m. Rob. Holt (d. by 1558), 316; John, 316; Mary, w. of Wm., m. 2 John Fettiplace, 316 n; Rog., 316; Thos., 316; Wm., 313, 316 and n; fam., 313, 316, 319

Lyne, Ann, w. of Wm., 173; and see Lynde

Lytton, Sir Rowland, 107, 111, 175

M

Macclesfield, earl of, see Parker

Macock, John, 186, 198; Ric., 186; Mr. (fl. 18th cent.), 195

McDonnell, Hon. Jas. Angus, 156; Jeanne, see Barry

McGuire, Revd. Alf., 181

McHugh, Fr. Ignatius, 48

Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 149, 226, 228 n, 280–1; fellows of, see Holden; Hull; Love, Ric.; Vesey; pres. of, 274

Magdalen Hall, Oxf., 144; princ. of, see Tilden

Maintenance of Ministers, Commonwealth Trustees for the, 42

Mainwaring's Red Regiment, 325

Malpas, Abigail, see Merry; char., 195

Malthus, Wm., 271

Man, Master Wm., r. of L. Heyford, 192

Manasses (fl. 1086) and his s., 60

Mandeville, de, Geof. (fl. 11th cent.), 339; Geof., earl of Essex (d. 1144), 339; fam., 339; hon. of, 357

Manners, Edw., earl of Rutland, 138; Eleanor, see Ros; Geo., 138; John, 59

Manning, John (fl. 1526), 235; John (fl. c. 1616), 314

Mansfield, Dan., mason, 133; Geo., 180; John, 112, 115, 116, 133, 134, 180, 181; Thos., 180, 181; Wm., 112, 180, 320; fam., of Hethe, 134; fam., of Fringford, 178

Maoris, 284

Mapledurham, 41, 47, 74, 316

Mapmakers, see Cartographers

March, earls of, see Mortimer, Edm., Rog.

Mare, de la, Eliz., m. Geo. Foster, 184; Frideswide, m. John Moreton, 184; Joan, w. of Pet. (d. 1349), see Archard; Joan, w. of John (d. by 1490), 184; John (d. by 1490), 184; Lucy, w. of Rob. (d. 1308), 184; Maud, w. of Rob. (d. 1382), 184, 185, 191; Pet. (fl. 1166), 183, 191; Pet. (d. 1254), 184; Pet. (d. 1292), 184, 187; Pet. (d. 1349), 184, 185; Ric. (fl. 15th cent.), 184; Rob. (d. by 1211), 184, 191; Rob. (d. 1272), 184; Rob. (d. 1308), 184; Rob. (d. 1382), 184, 185; Rob. (d. 1431), 184, 191; Thos. (d. 1404), 184; Thos. (d. 1490), 184, 191; Thos. (d. 1493), 184; Willelma, m. Sir John Roches, 185; Wm. (d. by 1431) and his w. Kath., 184; fam. of Steeple Lavington (Wilts.), 183, 187, 191, 356; man., 184, 185, 186, 191; rcty., 191, 192

Margaret of Anjou, queen of Hen. VI, 223

Marigny, Adam de, 226 n

Markets and fairs, see Bicester; Bignell; Heyford, L.; Islip; Stratton parish entries

Markham, Thos., 149

Markyate Priory (Beds.), 20, 24, 25, 28; prioress of, 25 n, 36 n

Marlborough, dchss. of, see Churchill, Spencer; dukes of, 271–3, 341, and see Churchill, Spencer, SpencerChurchill

Marmion, Avice, m. John de Grey (d. 1359), ld. Grey, 127

Marny, Rob. de, 61

Marrott, Ric., 321

Marsh (or Marshe), John (fl. 1520), 313, 317, 319; John (fl. late 17th cent.), 194

Marsh Gibbon (Bucks.), see Gibbon, Marsh

Marshal, Isabel, m. Gil. de Clare, earl of Gloucester, 314; John, sheriff of Beds., 271; Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1245), 314

Marshall, Ben, painter, 105; Nic., 13

Marsham, Chas., v. of Stoke Lyne, 322; fam., 318, 322

Marston, 207; sch., 276

Marten, John, 341

Martha, of the Cocoa Tree (Lond. club), 35

Martin, Col. Hen., M.P., 5; Marian, m. Hen. Standard, 246; Ric., 223; Thos., 246; Wm., 83

Martin, s. of Thorold, of Oddington, 280

Mary I, Queen, 20, 83, 166, 223, 270, 299

Mary, Princess, see Mary I

Marying, Rob., r. of Somerton, 297

Mason (or Nason), see Nason

Masons, see Collison, Gloucester, Mansfield, Roiley, Varney, Yeomans

Massy, Ralph, 273

Mastead, Ric., 332

Master, Simon s. of, 294

Master, Wm., r. of Bucknell, 78, 79

Matilda, Empress, 176 n

Matthew le Bedel, 137

Maud of Hardwick, 169

Maulever, Amice, see Weston; Sir Hen., 286

Maunde, Ann, w. of Wm. (d. 1612), 102; Geo., 102; Hannah, 352; John (fl. early 16th cent.), 97; John (d. 1631), and his w., 102; Ric., 102; Sim., 97; Wm. (fl. 13th cent.), 97; Wm. (d. 1612), 97, 102; fam., 37 n, 93, 97, 100, 101

Maurice, Prince, 20

May, Martha, 273

Mayott, Rob., 165; Wm., 165

Meade, John, r. of Newton Purcell, 266–7

Medley, 296

Melior, dau. of John s. of Adelelm, m. Adam of Balscot, 253

Mentmore (Bucks.), 282

Mercer, Ric., 273; Steph., 130

Mercia, earl of, see Ælfgar

Mercians, 16

Mercote, John, 198

Merlay, Rog. de, 209 n

Merry (or Myrry), Abigail, 195; Gabriel (d. 1684), 182, 186, 198; and his w., 194; Gabriel (fl. 1700), 196, 198, 200, 246; John (d. 1718), 198; John (d. 1754), 198; John (fl. 18th cent.), 186; Sim., 186; Mrs. (fl. 1598), 186; fam., 186, 198, 205

Merston, Hen. de and his w. Isabel, 317

Merton, Wal. de, bp. of Rochester, 258

Merton, 49, 80, 338

Merton Coll., Oxf., 119, 161, 163, 164, 165; fellows of, see Abingdon, Hamsterley, Lambourne

Merton Priory, 294

Metcalfe, Chris., 30, 50, 50 n

Methodism, see Noncf. or Prot. noncf. under parish entries

Metterley, Edw., 105, 106, 109, 110; Marg. his w., 106

Meulan, Rog. de, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 278 n

Mew, Nat., r. of Godington, 151

Middle Barton, see Barton

Middle Claydon (Bucks.), see Claydon

Middleton Stoney, 1, 150–1, 187, 196, 243–51. 293, 325; castle, 243, 244, 245, 246; chars., 250–1; ch. bldg., 217, 249; ch. hist., 248–9; cts., 247; Compt. cens., 248; dom. arch., 243, 244; ec. hist., 247–8, 355; farms, 246, 248; fields, 247; geol., 243; incl., 247, 248; lesser ests., 246–7; man. ho. (Middleton Park Ho.), 243; man., 22, 147, 148, 244–6, 357; noncf., 250; park, 1, 243–4, 246; P.N., 243; pop., 248, 355, 361; rectors, 5, 244; Rcty., 243, 249; schs., 14, 195, 250; taxes, 359; top., 243–4

Middlesex, sheriff of, see Esegar

Midland Mail, later the South Midland Mail, 35

Milbank Iron Works, London, 158

Milcombe, in Bloxham, 300

Mildmay, Sir Wal., 76

Miles, fam., 214

Mill, John, princ. of St. Edmund Hall, Oxf., and r. of Bletchingdon, 56 n, 58, 67–69; Priscilla, w. of John, 69

Miller, Edw., r. of Bucknell, 78; Sanderson, architect, 287; Susannah, see Trotman; Wm., r. of Launton, 241

Millington, Mrs., 11, 13

Mills, see under parish entries

Minn, Jas., 311; Wm., 311

Minories, London, abbess of the, 198

Missberie, see Mixbury

Missenden Abbey (Bucks.), 146–50, 330

Mixbury, Alice of, 253; Thos. de, 259; fam., 259

Mixbury (Missberie), 40 n, 174, 251– 62, 314; Barrow Hill, 252; Bayard's Green, see Stoke Lyne; Beaumont castle, 252, 253; ch. bldg., 260–1; ch. hist., 257–62; civ. war, 20, 259; dom. arch., 251–2; ec. hist., 254–7; farms, 252, 257; fields, 256; geol., 251; Hall, 252; horse-racing, 252; incl., 251, 256–7, 259; inns, 252; mans., 253–4, 263, 264, 356; mill, 259; Monk's Ho., 252; 'Muxeberi Aregnes', 253; noncf., 261–2; occs., 257; P.N., 254–5; pop., 255, 257, 355, 361; rlwy., 251; rectors, 259, 260; Rcty., 252; schs., 122, 124, 252, 260, 262; sch. children, 134; taxes, 251, 255, 257, 359; top., 251–3; warren, 256, 259; worthies, 253; and see Fulwell, Willaston

Mole, Edw., 254, 264; Eliz., see Wellesborne

Moleash (Kent), 74

Monck, Gen. Geo., 1st duke of Albemarle, 77

Monk, Wal. le, 129; —, of Evenley, 252

Monmouth's Rebellion, 208

Montalt, de, Cecile, see d'Aubigny; Rob. (d. 1275), 8; Rob. (d. 1329), 8; Rog. (d. 1260), 8; Rog. (d. 1296), 8

Montfort, Sim. de, earl of Leicester, 169, 184

Montgomery, Dr. G. N., 39

Montibus, de, Baldw., 224; Herb., 224; Ralph., 222, 224

Moore, Agnes, see Hussey; Eliz., m. 1 Gabriel Fowler, 2 Sir John Brockett, 22, 41; Humph., 235; Livia Ellen, w. of Thos., 22; Mary, m. Sir Mic. Blount (d. 1610), 22, 41, 246; Rog., 17, 22, 31, 40, 42, 46, 246, 341; Thos., 17, 20, 22, 41, 46; fam., 31, 46, 54 n

Mordaunt, Kath., see Carter; Phil., 287

Morden, Rob., mapmaker, 1

More, Hen., 37, 54; John, 37; Humph., vintner, 37; Thos. (fl. 1439), 317; Sir Thos. (d. 1535), 127, 131

Morecote, John, 200

Morehead, Wm., r. of Bucknell, 77– 78

Moreton, Frideswide, see Mare, de la; John, 184; Wm., 282; Wm. de, 185

Moreton, North (Berks.), 83

Morgan, Jane, see Fermor; Phil., bp. of Worcester, 43, 331; Col. Thos., 292 n, 299

Morley, Rob. de, 8

Morrell, Wm., 165; fam., 263

Morris, And., r. of Oddington, 282

Morris Motor Works, Oxf., 165

Mortain, count of, see Stephen, King; fees of, 60; hon. of, 60

Mortimer, Anne, m. Ric., earl of Cambridge, 119; Edm., ld. Mortimer (d. 1332), 118; Edm., earl of March (d. 1381), 118, 119; Edm., earl of March (d. 1425), 119; Eliz., see Badlesmere; Hugh (d. 1274), s. of Rob., 304; Hugh, ld. Mortimer (d. 1304), 304; Joan, m. 1 Thos. de Bykenore, 2 Ric. Talbot, 304; Marg., see Say; Maud, m. Theobald de Verdun, 175; Rob., 303, 307; Rog., earl of March (d. 1360), 118; Wm., of Hardwick, 17; fam., of Richard's Castle, 304; hon., 356

Morwent, Rob., pres. of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxf., 191

Mostyn, Col. M. L., 104; Sir Thos., bt., 263, 266, 313, 314

Mounk, Rob., r. of U. Heyford, 203

Mount, Chas. B., r. of U. Heyford, 204

Mountney, Rog., 235

Mowbray, A. Mardon, architect, 78; Rob. de, earl of Northumberland (fl. 1095), 117, 175, 185, 286, 289

Moyle, John, 74; Ralph, of Moleash (Kent), 74; Thos. (d. 1594), 74; Thos. (d. 1622), 74; Thos. (fl. 17th cent.), 74

Mulant, Joan, m. Wm. Poure (fl. 1279), 264, 278, 282; John, 278

Mullett, Gertrude, 219

Mumming play, 183

Munbury, Gerard de, 327; Isabel de, see Gargate

Murcott, in Charlton, 1, 4, 80, 81, 83, 92, 187, 281, 354, 356, 358, 360; ch. mission room, 90; ec. hist., 83– 88, 213; field map, 87; fields, 84, 86; mill, 88; noncf., 81, 91; tithes, 89; top., 81

Musgrave, de, Eliz., w. of Wm., 60, 61, 67; Hugh, 61, 62, 66; Joan, w. of Thos. (fl. 1345), 60; Maud, w. of Hugh, 61, 66; Thos. (d. by 1339), 60; Thos. (fl. 1345), 60, 61; Wm., 60, 61

Musselwhite, Thos., clockmaker, 34

'Muxeberi Aregnes', see Mixbury

Myllying, Thos., r. of U. Heyford, 203

Mylne, Rob., architect, 334

Mynne, Mary, 299; Wm. (d. 1665), 295, 299; fam., 295

Myrry, see Merry

Napier, Geo., 231; Marg., see Arden

Napoleonic War, 86, 120, 295

Naseby, battle of, 314

Nason (or Mason), John, r. of Hampton Poyle, 166

National Soc. for Promoting the Education of the poor in the Principles of the Established Church, 13, 79

Nayler, Mr., of Bainton, 321

Neale, fam., 214

Nelson, Rob., r. of Somerton, 297

Nethercot, in Steeple Aston, 75

Neve, Revd. Tim., theologian, 150–1, 243 n.

Neville (Nevill), Cecily, m. Ric., duke of York, 119; Eliz., see Beauchamp; Geo., ld. Latimer, 269; Hen., 269; Hugh de, King's Forester, 117; Sir Ric. (fl. 1428), 119; Ric., ld. Latimer, 269

New, Messers. J. & B., paper manufacturers, 153

New Coll., Oxf., 93, 99, 100, 101, 198, 199, 201, 203, 205, 226, 344; fellows, 76, 196, 203; and see Ball, Cocke, Dennis, French, Gunter, Hungerford, Maykin; prop., 77, 196, 200, 227; wards., 196, and see Chaundler, Cobb, Coxed, Gauntlett, London, Woodward

New River Ray, 86

New Woodstock, see Woodstock

New York (U.S.A.), 121

Newburgh, de, Marg., m. John de Plescy (d. 1263), 73; Thos., earl of Warwick, 73; fam., 253

Newbury, Jack of, clothier, 270

Newington, South, 75

Newman, Rob. le, 170

Newport Pagnell (Bucks.), 117

Newton, of, Alice, 286; Niel, 286; fam., 356

Newton Morrell, in Newton Purcell, 263

Newton Purcell, 2, 4, 255, 257, 262– 7; char., 265, 267; ch. bldg., 267; ch. hist., 130, 132, 263, 265, 266–7, 287, 289; Compt. cens., 265–6, 361; ec. hist., 265–6; fields, 265; geol., 263; man., 253, 254, 263–5, 266, 286, 356; noncf., 267; P.N., 263; pop., 129, 265–6, 289 n, 355, 361; Rcty., 263, 266, 267; sch., 134, 267; taxes, 263, 265, 288, 359; top., 262–3; and see Newton Morrell

Newton Purcell-with-Shelswell, civ. par., 262, 285

Nicholas V, Pope, 258, 259

Nicholson, Thos., architect, 19

'Nimrod', see Apperley

Nixon, John, mayor of Oxf., 58

Nixon's sch., Oxf., 58

Noke, 3, 4, 6, 268–76; chars., 276; ch. bldg., 268, 274, 275; ch. hist., 215, 273–5; civ. war, 269; common in Islip Wd., 212, 272; ct. rolls, 272; ec. hist., 271–3; fields, 272; incl., 272; lesser ests., 271; Man. Farm (formerly man. ho.), 268; mans., 3, 136, 212, 269–71, 272, 273, 356, 357; noncf., 270, 275–6; occs., 273; P.N., 271; pop., 273, 355, 361; rectors, 273, 276; Rcty., 268–9, 274, 275; schs., 218, 275, 276; taxes, 268, 271, 359; top., 3, 205, 268–9; wd., 212, 268, 271, 272; yeo. fams., 272–3

Norbury, Thos., r. of Souldern, 308, 309; Wm., 308

Norfolk, ctss. of, see Basset; earls of, see Bigod, Brotherton

Norman, Revd. John, 13

Normandy, constable of, see Humez

Norreys, Bridget, see Vere; Sir Edw., M.P. (d. 1713), 347, 349, 352; Eliz., w. of Sir Wm. Norreys, m. 2 Hen. Clinton, earl of Lincoln, 348; Eliz., m. Wm. Fermor (d. 1552), 292, 299 n; Eliz., bnss. Norreys, m. Edw. Wray, 95, 341, 349; Francis, ld. Norreys, later vct. Thame and earl of Berkshire, 95, 279, 341, 349; Sir Francis (formerly Rose), M.P. (d. 1669), 101 n, 349, 352; Francis (d. 18th cent.) and his w. Jane, 352; Sir Hen. (d. 1536), 127; Sir Hen., later ld. Norreys of Rycote (d. 1601), 95, 127, 131, 157, 279, 348; Jane, w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1713), 352; Marg., see Williams; Mary, 352; Philadelphia, m. Capt. Hen. Bertie, 349; Sir Wm. (d. 1579), 341, 348; fam., 352

Norris, Hen., 212

North Buckinghamshire and North Oxfordshire Congregational Union, see Congregationalism

North, Francis, earl of Guildford, 235; Gil., 5; Hon. Wm., later ld. North, 47

North Aston, see Aston

North Brampton (Northants), see Brampton

North Moreton (Berks.), see Moreton

Northampton, ctss. of, see Badlesmere, Bohun; earls of, see Bohun, Compton

Northampton (Northants), 186, 263; cordwainers of, 121

Northants, 3, 12, 34, 36

Northbrook (Northbrook Gaytorum), in Kirtlington, 8 n, 158 n, 219, 223, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 354, 359, 361; man., 223–5, 356; Man. Ho., 220, 223; races at, 35

Northbrook, in Somerton, 3, 8, 19, 223, 294, 296, 355, 356

Northumberland, earl of, see Mowbray

Northumbria, earl of, see Tostig

Norton, T. H., 49

Norton, Brize, 298

Norton, Chipping, 197

Norton, Hook, hon. of, 73, 253

Norwich, bps. of, see Bathurst, Raleigh

Notley Abbey (Bucks.), 93, 266, 318, 320–1, 341, 347; abbot of, see Rydge; prop., 75, 149, 171

Nourse, Francis, 210; John, 210

Nuneham Courtenay, 208

Oakley, Ric. (fl. 1645), 234 and n, 235; Ric. (d. 1760), 239; Sam, 234 n; Vinc., 159; Wm., 235; fam., 234, 241

Ockley Brook, 134, 301, 302, 312, 333

Oddington, 3, 4, 80, 91, 94, 153, 155, 156 n, 206, 264, 274, 276–85; ch. bldg., 284–5; ch. hist., 278, 282–5; civ. war, 277; Compt. cens., 281, 361; dom. arch., 277; ec. hist., 279– 82; farms, 277, 282; fields, 276, 280, 281; geol., 276, 277; Grange, 277, 281, 282; incl., 275, 276, 281, 283; mans., 277–9, 356; mills, 280 and n; noncf., 285; occs., 282; P.N., 277; pop., 281–2, 355, 361; rectors, 274, 281, 283; Rcty., 277, 284; taxes, 277, 280, 359; top., 276–7; schs., 285; windmill, 280; wds., 276; worthies, 277; and see Otley

Odill (or Woodhull), Nic., 294; fam., 294 n

Odo, bp. of Bayeux, 74, 117, 119, 126, 139, 263, 291

Offley, Wm., r. of Middleton, 249, 250

Ogbourne, Greater (Wilts.), 105

Ogbourne Priory, 114, 357; bailiwick of, 106 n; prior of, 104–6, 108, 113, 114

Ogilby, John, mapmaker, 111

Oilly, see d'Oilly

Oke, in Aston Clinton (Bucks.), man., 169–70

Olivet, see St. Benedict

Olney (Bucks.), 316

Oppercroft, Phil. de, 141; and see Hopcroft

Oriel Coll., Oxf., 34, 86; provs. of, see Carter, Tolson

Ormond, earls of, see Butler

Oseney Abbey, Oxf., 8, 179, 197, 296 n, 356; abbots of, 4, 5, 172, 253, 254; advs. of, 12, 76, 77, 158, 228, 258, 296; arms of, 13; bailiff of, 347; canon of, see Horde; pensions of, 12, 296; prop. of, 9, 10, 11, 73, 95, 96, 170, 229, 246, 264, 337; prop. of in: Bletchingdon, 61, 62, 64, 65; Fulwell, 252, 253– 5, 308; Hamptons, the, 155–6, 162, 163, 279; Mixbury, 253, 257, 259, 263; Noke, 270, 271, 272, 274; Weston, 10, 95, 96, 348, 349, 351

Oseville, de, Sewel (or Sasualo) (fl. 1086), 339, 341; Sewel (fl. 1160), 339; Sewel (fl. 1196), 339; Sewel (fl. 1250), 339; fam., 339, 357; man., 340

Osmund the clerk, and his s., 100

Osmund the priest, 224, 226 n

Otley, Rob., 315; fam., 315

Otley, in Oddington, 2, 153, 156 n, 277–9, 280–3, 356; and see Oddington (or Otley) Grange

Otley (later Thame) Abbey, 94, 96, 348

Otmoor, 80, 84, 86; incl. of, 81, 86, 89, 92, 206, 268, 272, 274, 281, 283, 284; riots, 272

Otmoor Association, 81

Otmoor Drainage Act, 206

Ouse, riv., 1, 116, 125, 135, 146, 251, 262, 290

Over to Candleford, by Flora Thompson, 105

Overton, Wm., r. of Fringford, 132

Oving (Bucks.), man., 305

Owen, Geo., king's physician, 83; fam., 306 n

Oxford, archds. of, see Foliot, Rob.; Palmer, Edwin

Oxford, bps. of, see Butler, Fell, King, Secker, Skinner, Wilberforce

Oxford, ctss. of, see Bolebec; earls of, 314, 315, 356; and see Vere

Oxford, deanery of, 268, 273; chs.: All Saints', 34; St. Clement's, 34; St. George's, see Oxf. castle; civ. war, 303; coach, 14; sch., see Nixon's sch.; sheriffs of, 110, 245; siege, 208, 277, 347; synod at, 158; trades and professns: banker, see Parsons; hosier, 342; silversmith, 218 n; and see University of Oxford

Oxford Canal, the, 30, 34, 56, 153, 182, 206, 258, 290, 301

Oxford Castle, 185, 197, 318; ch. of St. George in, 12, 41, 67, 77, 158, 172, 203, 257, 259, 296, 337; constable of, 73; jail of, 40

Oxford Cement Co., 227

Oxford County Committee (1650), 10

Oxford Gliding Club, H.Q. of, 346 n

Oxford hospitals: Radcliffe Infirmary, 66, 121; and see St. John's Hosp.

Oxford Movement, the, 78

Oxford & Bletchley branch, L.M.S. Rlwy., see London, Midland & Scottish Rlwy.

Oxford and Coventry Canal, 196

Oxfordshire County Constabulary, 38

Oxfordshire County Council, 38, 72; Department of Education, 218; Education Cttee., 53

Oxfordshire Roman Catholic Mission, 338

Oxfordshire Telegraph, see Illustrated Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Tillage Acts, 157

Packer, Thos., 281

Page, Francis, 198

Page-Turner, Sir Edw., bt., 42, 82; Sir Edw. G. T., bt., 46; F.A., 22; Sir Greg., bt., formerly Turner, 30, 41, 46, 341; Sir Greg. O., bt., 40, 41, 46; fam., 23, 41, 46, 82

Painter, John, 119; Ric., 54; Steph., 125, 261, 262

Pakington, Sir Thos., 326

Palmer, Edwin, archd. of Oxf., 253, 261; F. G. H., r. of Mixbury, 262; John (fl. 1706), 275; John, v. of Fritwell, 143; Nat., 321; Roundell, earl of Selborne, 116, 117, 125, 253, 261; Wm. Jocelyn, r. of Finmere and Mixbury, 117, 120, 123, 252, 253, 257, 260, 261, 262; Wm., theologian, 117, 253; fam. of Islip, 217; of Mixbury, 253, 261

Pangbourne, Oliver, 176

Papakura, Princess Maggie, a Maori, 277

Pardoe, John, 341

Park, Sam., 49

Parker, J. H., ecclesiologist, 155, 284; Thos., ld., later earl of Macclesfield, 21

Parkes, Dr. G. D., 167

Parkins, Wm., 148

Parliamentary commrs., 41, 193; visitors, 203

Parlour, Wm., 351

Parre, Wm., 88

Parsons, John, 216, 217; Sam., organ builder, 115; fam., 119

Pasley, Lady Kath., see Lenthall

Pates, Ric., 30

Pateshull, Cath., m. Sir Rob. de Tudenham, 337; Hugh, later bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 336, 337; Sir John (d. 1290), 336; Sir John (d. 1349), 337; Sir Simon (d. 1274), 336; Simon (d. 1295), 336; Wal., 336; Sir Wm. and his sisters, 336, 337; fam., 336 n, 337, 356

Paulerspury (Northants), 254, 340

Pauncefoot, John, 9; Marg., see Beauchamp

Pauncefoot (? or Wysham), Alice, m. John Guise, 9; Eliz., dau. of Marg., m. 1 Thos. Croft, 2 Nic. Crowemer, 9; Joan, dau. of Marg., m. John Croft, 9

Pauper, Rog. (fl. 1135), 278

Paute, Wm., and his w. Joan, 10

Paveley, de, Geof. (d. 1217), 340; Gervase, 248; Maud, m. Wm. de Stanford, 340; Rob. (fl. 1215), 343; Sir Rob. (fl. 1340), 343; fam., of Paulerspury (Northants), 340, 343, 344

Paxton, John, 120; Pet., 120; Thos., haberdasher, 33; Wm. (fl. 1615), 120; Wm., r. of Cottisford, 114; fam., 120, 121, 152

Payne, Wm., 340

Paynton, fam., 120

Peake, builder, of Fringford, 114

Peasants' Revolt, the, 100

Peckham, Edm., 317

Peculiar of Hampton Gay, 158–9

Peek, Wm., 76

Peers, Lt.-Col. Newsham, 316; Susannah, see Holt

Pembroke, earldom of, 314; earls of, see Clare, Marshal, Valence

Penne, John, and his w. Lucia, 228

Pennington, John, 173

Pennsylvania (U.S.A.), 50

Penrice, John, 74

Penrose, F. C., architect, 102; Francis, surgeon, 21, 93, 94, 339; Sarah, 30; Mr., of Christ Church, 44

Peny, Alex., see Petty

Pepar, John, 340

Pepyr, Wm., 340

Percival, John, r. of Ardley, 12, 13

Perkin, Thos., 235

Perkins, Revd. Wm., sr., 151; Revd. Wm., jr., 151

Pernel, great grddau. of Hugh de Grantmesnil, 82

Pernel of Finmere (fl. 1222), 118

Peronele, Rob. (? or Rob. of Finmere), 118

Perry, John, London builder, 328

Perryman, C. W., 10, 12; Mrs., 12

Pery, Wal., 61

Peshall, Sir John, antiquary, 104

Peter, John, s. of, 340

Peter the painter, of Banbury, 17

Peterborough, bp. of, see Kennett

Petty (Pettie), Alex., 180; Chamell, 105, 107, 313, 316, 323; Christopher, 323; Elinor, w. of Charnell, 323; Eustace, 323; Max., 105; Rob., 105, 111, 115, 179; Susan, m. Thos. Holt (d. 1644), 316; fam., 105, 180, 313

Peverel, Rob. (fl. 1100), 315 n; Rob. (fl. 1194), 315; Wm. (d. 1114), 315 n; Wm. (fl. c. 1150), 315; fam., 315, 315 n

Peyton, Sir Algernon Thos., bt., 316, 323; Sir Hen., bt. (d. 1854), 72, 314, 316; Sir Hen., bt. (d. 1866), 313, 314, 323; Joan, w. of Sir Algernon Thos., 323; Laura Sarah, w. of Sir Algernon Wm., 323; Major-Gen. Sir Thos., bt., 314; Lady (fl. 1854), 323; fam., 1, 314, 316, 323

Philip Augustus, King of France, 209

Philip the merchant, 32

Philipeshampton, see Hampton Poyle

Philippa, queen of Edw. III, 66

Philipps, Erasmus, 35

Phillips, John, woollendraper, 231; Ric. (d. 1781?), 92; Ric. (d. by 1883), 54

Phipps, Rob., v. of Bicester, 43; Wm., maltster, 284

Pichelesthorn, Morand de, 335

Picher, Margery, see Vernon, de; Rob. (fl. 13th cent.), 126, 131; Rob., s. of Rob., 131

Picquigny, de, Anscul, 316–17; Ghilo, 316–17; Wm., s. of Anscul, 317

Piddington, J., sculptor, 69

Piggott (or Pigot), Cath., see Langston; John, 162; Kath., 162, 163; Kath., dau. of Kath., m. Wm. Plaistowe, 163; Lionel, r. of Ardley, 12; Thos. (d. 1559), 336; Thos. (fl. 1572), 170, 319, 336; Winifred, see Dormer

Pileth, John, clerk of Oxf., 61

Pilgrim Trust, 56

Pinfold, John, 210

Pipard, Alice, m. Ralph FitzNicholas (d. c. 1265), 139; Gil. (fl. 1106), 139; Gil. (d. 1191 or 2), of Rotherfield Peppard, 139; John (d. by 1306), 139; John (d. 1331), 139; Marg., d. of Sir Wm., m. Warin de Lisle, ld. Lisle (d. 1382), 138; Maud, see Butler; Ralph (d. by 1302), 139; Ralph (d. 1303), formerly FitzNicholas, 139; Rog. (fl. 1190), 139; Rog. (d. 1225), 139; Wal. (d. 1214), 139; Wm. (d. c. 1195), 139; Wm. (d. 1227), 139

Piry, Rob. de, 129

Pitt, Wm., 1st earl of Chatham, 126

Plaistowe, Kath., see Pigott; Wm., 163

Plescy, Eliz., wid. of John (d. 1379/ 80), m. 2 Phil. de la Vache, 73; Hugh (fl. 1263), 73; Hugh (fl. 1318), 11; John, styled earl of Warwick (d. 1263), 73; John (d. 1354), 73; John (d. 1379/80), formerly Lenveysy, 73; fam., 8, 224, 253

Plot, Dr. Rob., 2, 8, 28, 57, 135, 136, 227, 268, 290–1, 334, 338

Ploughley Hill, meeting-place of hund., 2, 135; and see Ploughley Hundred

Ploughley Hundred, 4, 9, 10, 25, 62, 157, 221; ct., 163; P.N., 2, 2 n; pars. in, 227; petty sess. div. of, 6; vills. in, 1

Ploughley Rural District, 251

Plowman, John, builder, 233; John, jr., architect, of Oxf., 40

Plumpton, Ric., r. of Hampton Poyle, 166

Plymouth Brethren, 51

Poel, 'Goody', 79

Pole, de la, Alice, see Chaucer; Anne, dau. of Mic., m. Gerard de Lisle, 269; Wm., earl, later duke of Suffolk, 73, 223, 304

Pollard, John, 117, 124; fam., 120

Pomfret, Ralph, r. of L. Heyford, 194

Pontefract (Yorks.), hon. of, 8, 147, 245

Pontisbury, Ralph, r. of Mixbury, 259

Ponynges, Eliz. de, m. John de Grey (d. by 1368), 291–2

Poole, John, 92

Poor Law Act (1834), 250

Pope, Alex., poet, 334, 335; Greg., and his wid. and s., 82; John (fl. 1541), 171; John (d. 1584), 10; John (fl. 1688–1717), 82; Juliana, see Arden; Sir Thos. (d. 1559), 9, 10, 11, 95, 254, 341; Thos., earl of Downe (d. 1660), 10, 11, 254; Thos., earl of Downe (d. 1668), 10; Thos. (fl. 1701), carpenter, 115; Wm. (fl. 15th cent.), 170; Wm., earl of Downe (d. 1631), 10; fam., 254

Popes (12th cent.), 283; and see Alexander, Celestine, Gregory, Lucius, Nicholas, Urban

Population, see under par. entries

Portsmouth (Hants), 246 n

Portway, 2, 196, 219, 301

Potter, Chris., prov. of Queen's Coll., Oxf., and r. of Bletchingdon, 58, 67, 68; Wm., 33

Potterspury (Northants), 54

Poure, of Bletchingdon and Oddington, Alice, see Fitzniel; Ann, see Ferrers; Dot., see Brome; Francis, 57, 58, 59, 64, 65, 67, 74, 228, 278, 285; Gentischieve, 278; Hugh (d. by 1385), 58, 278; Joan, w. of Wm. (fl. 1279), see Mulant; Joan, w. of Rog. (d. by 1408), m. 2 Wal. Cotton, 61; Joan (fl. 1603), w. of Ric., 352; John (fl. 1250), 278; John (fl. 1346), 278; John (d. by 1483), 58; John (d. 1526), 58, 62, 67 n, 69, 282; John (fl. 1605), 285; Juliana, see Cotesford; Kath., see Damory; Leon., 70; Marg., m. Edw. Ewer, 59, 74, 79; Maud, m. Rob. de Gay, 155; Prudence, see Gifford; Ralph (d. by 1395), 58; Ric. (d. by 1243), 278; Ric. (d. c. 1327), clk., 282, 283; Ric. (fl. 1376), 278; Ric. (fl. 1620), 57, 59, 278, 282, 285; Rog. (d. by 1408), 58, 61; Rog. (d. c. 1480), 58, 60, 61, 67 n, 69; Thos. (d. by 1346), 278; Thos. (d. 1482), 58, 69; Vinc., 58, 62, 64, 67, 228, 282; Wal. (d. c. 1330), 58, 278, 282; Wm. (d. by 1194), 82, 155, 278, 281 n; Wm. (fl. 1210), 60, 61; Wm. (fl. 1279), 264, 278, 282; —, w. of Thos. (d. 1482), 69; —, m. — Wellesborne, 254; fam., 57, 58, 60, 65, 67, 69, 278, 280, 356

Poure, of Charlton and Wendlebury, Agnes, m. 1 Wm. Winslow, 2 Rob. Andrew, 82, 278 n, 340, 343; Hugh (fl. 1190), 82; John (fl. 13th cent.), 82; Ric. (d. by 1279), 82, 83, 340, 341; Ric. (d. by 1338), 82, 108; Sir Thos. of Black Bourton (d. by 1398), 82, 340; Thos. (d. 1407), 82, 340; Wal. (fl. 1175), 82; Wm. (d. c. 1316), 82, 340; Wm. (fl. 1338), 82; fam., 357

Powell, Jas., Ltd., of Whitefriars, 216; Jos., pipe and tabor player, 72

Poyle, de la, Alice, see Hampton; Eliz., wid. of Hen. (fl. 1335), see Shareshull; Eliz., w. of Hen. (d. by 1423), see Warner; Hen. (fl. 1335), 161, 165; Hen. (d. by 1423), 161; John (d. 1317), 161, 165; John (d. 1332), 161; John (d. 1423), 161, 167; John, r. of Hampton Poyle, 166; Kath., w. of Thos., 161; Thos. (d. 1402), 161; Thos., r. of Hampton Poyle, 166; Wal., 160 163; fam., 357

Poynings, Agnes, dau. of Mic., ld., 316 n

Presbyterianism, 44, 48, 49, 50, 69, 103, 134, 150, 181, 195, 217, 241–2, 333

Prescote, Ric., 60, 61, 66; Wal. (fl. 1210), 60, 61; Wal. (d. by 1256), 60; fam. 60, 375

Presentation Sisters, 53

Preston Bissett (Bucks.), 118 n

Price, Aubrey, v. of Chesterton, 102; Theodore, r. of Launton, 240; Mr., of Somerton, 301 n

Princep (or Prinsep), John, v. of Bicester and r. of Cottisford, 44, 114

Prior, Thos. (fl. 1505), 11; Thos. (d. 1777), 102

Priors Marston (Warws.), 155

Prison, the Counter, London, 278

Proude, Lewis, 282

Pryor, Thos. (fl. 18th cent.), 198

Public Record Office, London, 197

Puff, Rob., 25, 31

Pugin, A. W. N., architect, 204

Puingiant, Ric., 147, 244

Purcel (or Purcell), Geof., 264; Hen., 264; John (fl. 1375), 264; John (fl. 1425), 264; Otwel (d. c. 1280), 264, 319; Otwel (d. c. 1330), 264; Oyn, 264; Ralph (d. c. 1155), 264; Ralph (fl. 1180), 264; Ralph (d. by 1213), 264, 266, 286; Ranulf, 264; Rob., 263, 264, 266; Sybil, w. of Ralph (d. by 1213), 264; Thos. (fl. 1340), 264; Thos. (fl. 1475), 264; —, w. of Ralph (d. c. 1155), see Burnel; — (fl. 1445), 51; fam., 263, 264, 319, 356

Pye, Anne, 162; Eliz., dau. of Anne, see Hawtrey; Sir Wal., 162

Pyrton, Eliz. de, w. of Sir John, see Shareshull; Sir John de, 165

Pyrton, 222 n

Pytchley, Thos. de, v. of Kirtlington, 229

Q

Quakers, see Friends, Soc. of

Quarries, 56, 66, 88, 135, 206, 330, 334; and see Bicester parish entry

Queen Anne's Bounty, 113, 172, 229, 233, 331

Queensbury, duke of, see Douglas

Queen's Coll., the, Oxf., 64, 83, 89, 166, 341, 343; fellows of, see Dennis, Hilton; provs. of, see Airay, Dennyson, Halton, Potter, Rigge, Scot, Williamson

Quincy, de, Ela, m. Alan la Zouche, 82; Rog. (d. 1264), earl of Winchester, 82; Rog., clk., 82; Saer (d. 1219), earl of Winchester, 82

R

R.A.F., see Royal Air Force

Rainald (fl. 1086), 293

Rainald (fl. 1086, ancestor of de Gay fam.), 153, 155, 223; s. of Croc (fl. 1086), 137, 269, 271, 291

Ralegh, John, 336

Raleigh, Wal. de, bp. of Norwich, 315

Ralph (fl. 11th cent.), 183, 187

Ralph (fl. 12th cent.), s. of the priest of Hethe, 179

Ralph the priest, 143

Ramsay, Capt. John Turner, 140, 336; Harriette Eliza, 112; Maria, see Fermor; fam., 104, 112, 298 n

Ramsbury, Maud, 278

Ramsbury (Wilts.), 82

Rand, fam., 141

Randolph, Master Thos., r. of Oddington, 283

Ranulf, chancellor of Hen. I, 209

Rathbone, Hen., 164; Thos., 63, 64, 65

Rawlings, Wm., v. of Fritwell, 144

Rawlins, Ralph, and his w. Mary, 231

Rawlinson, Ric., antiquary, 13, 68, and passim; Capt. Wm., 74, 78

Ray, riv., 1, 3, 16, and passim

Rayer, fam., 226

Raynton, Wm., 215

Rayson, Thos., architect, 69, 207

Reading Blue Coat Sch., 271

Redcliffe, J. H., 273

Rede, Alan, 317; Sir Edm. of Boarstall (Bucks.), 161, 170, 317; John, r. of Hampton Poyle, 166; Kath., see Grene, 166; Kenelm, 317; Leon., 317; Thos., r. of Hampton Poyle, 166; Wm., 170; fam. of Boarstall, 166

Redvers, see Riviers

Regnerus the painter, 147, 149

Reinbald (fl. 11th cent.), 3

Remington, Reg., v. of Fritwell, 139; Wm., 139; fam., 142

Reviers, see Riviers

Rewley Abbey, abbot of, 4; lands of, 95, 96, 176, 254, 255, 341

Ribera, Jusepe, painter, school of, 69

Richard I, King, 94, 122, 147, 245

Richard II, King, 31, 269, 271

Richard III, King, 119, 148

Richard, earl of Cornwall, 153, 253, 254, 258, 259, 263, 286, 348

Richard, duke of York, 119

Richard, s. of Guy, see Fitzwyth

Richard of Oxf., Amfridus, s. of, 95

Richard the fisherman, 199

Richard le Grant, 308 n

Richard's Castle, hon. of, 303, 304, 305

Richards, Ann, 134; Thos., see Fermor

Richardson, Chas., 252; Geo., architect, 334; Revd. Steph., 151

Richmond, duke of, see Stuart; dchss. of, see Lewes

Rickard, Wm., r. of Mixbury, 259

Ridell, Nic., r. of Tusmore, 337

Ridley, Sir Thos., headmaster of Eton Coll., 106

Rigge, Edw., r. of Bletchingdon, later prov. of Queen's Coll., Oxf., 68

Riggs, Geo., r. of Charlton, 90, 91

Risley, Paul, 128; Revd. W. C., 94; Wm., 128; fam., 149

Rivers, Sir John, 176; Ric., 176

Riviers (or Redvers, or Reviers), de, Baldw. (d. 1216), 136, 197, 269; Baldw., earl of Devon, Id. of Isle of Wight (d. 1245), 136, 197, 269; Baldw., earl of Devon, ld. of Isle of Wight (d. 1262), 137, 197; Isabel, ctss. of Aumale, Devon, and the Isle, m. Wm. de Forz, ct. of Aumale, 136, 137, 197, 198, 269; Marg., see Fitzgerold; Wm., earl of Devon, ld. of Isle of Wight, 136; fam., 356

Robert, earl of Gloucester (d. 1147), 117, 175, 286; and his dau. Mabira, w. of — Champernowne, 185 n

Robert, count of Dreux (d. 1233), 253, 254, 258, 263

Robert (fl. 11th cent.), 185, 187

Robert filius Fabri, 121

Robert the Shepherd, 62

Roberts, Allen, 89

Robins, Jas., r. of Oddington, 283, 284

Robson, Fr., of Hethe, 47

Roches, Eliz., m. Sir Wal. Beauchamp, 185; Joan, m. Nic. Baynton, 185, 186; Sir John, 185; Willelma, see Mare, de la

Rochester, bps. of, 252, 258; and see Bottlesham, Hethe, Merton; dean of, see Busby, Wm.

Rochford, ld., seeBoleyn

Roger (fl. 1086), 175

Roger, bp. of Salisbury, 278

Roger, abbot of Abingdon, 83

Roger, prior of Wallingford, 122

Roger the painter, 17

Rogers, Ann, 261, 262; Jas., 216; John, 133; Sim., 261, 262

Roiley, Gab., mason, 299; Ric., mason, 299

Rokesley, Eleanor, see Beauchamp; Wal., 138

Rolf, Wm., 62

Rolls, John, 48 n, 49 and n; Sam., 48 n, 50; Wm., 49 n, 50; fam., 50 n

Roman Catholic Province in England, 300

Roman remains, 7, 80, 126, 233 n

Roman roads, 116, 125, 126, 232, 268, 324, 338; and see Akeman Street

Rome, 334

Ros, Edm., 138; Eleanor, m. — Manners, 138; Lady Eleanor, see Beauchamp; Muriel, see Gargate; Thos., Id. Ros (d. 1430), 138; Thos., Id. Ros (d. 1464), 138; Wm., 327; fam., 138

Rose, Eliz., see Audley; Francis, see Norreys; John, 170; Thos., miller, 195; char., 195

Rotherfield Greys, Ids. of, see Grey

Rotherfield Peppard, 139

Rotorua, New Zealand, 277

Rougemont, de Lisle fam. of, see Lisle

Roundell, Hen. Dawson (d. 1852), r. of Fringford, 132, 133; his s. Revd. Hen., 134; Miss, 133; fam., 133

Rous, arms of, 159

Rousby, Edwards, 107, 112, 115; Edwards Ric. Kendal, 107; F. R., 107; Jas. Edwards, 107, 115; Louisa Cath., 116

Rouse, Hester, dau. of Sir John, m. Sir Francis Norreys, 349

Rousham, 186, 187, 190, 192, 234

Rouw, P., sculptor, 267

'Rovelai' hundred (Bucks.), 3

Rowell, Nic., 37

Rowland, John, 82, 86

Rowlands, Hen., r. of Launton, later bp. of Bangor, 233, 241, 243

Royal Agricultural Soc., 11

Royal Air Force: bomber command, U. Heyford, 346; dormitory, Stratton Audley, 1, 325; parachute training sch., Weston, 1, 346; station, Bicester, 1, 36, 181; station, U. Heyford, 1, 7, 197

Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation, 93

Rugby and Oxf. canal, 219

Ruislip (Mdx.), 109

Rumilly (or Aulnay), de, Lucy, m. Jordan de Say, 41, 221, 228, 303; Rob., 303

Rupert, Prince, 20

Rus (or Russ), Thos., r. of Mixbury, 256, 261

Russell, Eliz., see Bermingham; Hugh, 83; John, 9th duke of Bedford, 235; Sir John, 292; John, r. of Souldern, 309; Thos., 47

Rutland, earl of, see Manners

Rutton, Revd. John, 100

Rycote, in Gt. Haseley, 20, 157, 315, 348

Ryder, W. A., 51

Rydge, Ric., abbot of Notley Abbey (Bucks.), 347; Thos., 163

Ryves, Edw., 155, 156; Susannah, m. Revd. Thos. Hindes, 155

S

Sacheverell, Dr. Hen., 21

Sacred Heart, friars of the Order of the, 48

Sadler, Sir Ralph, 307

Saers, Ann, 173; Nic., 173

Sai, see Say

Sainfoin, 30, 65, 112, 157, 190, 225, 256, 295, 306–7

St. Alban Hall, Oxf., princ. of, see Hamsterly

St. Albans, battle of, 138

St. Amand, de, Aymer (d. 1285), 340; Aymer (fl. 1287), 340; Guy, 340; Ralph (d. 1245), 339, 340; lady, see Braybrook; Ids., 209; and see Beauchamp, Ric. and Wm.

St. Anne's Priory, Coventry, 229

St. Asaph, bp. of, see Cleaver

St. Augustine's Abbey, Bristol, 119, 122, 123

St. Bartholomew's Hosp., London, 2, 3, 174, 175, 176, 177

St. Benedict, Order of, Olivetan nuns of, 47

St. Buryan (Cornwall), 258

St. Edburga (Edburg), 16, 44 n; fair of, 32; shrine of, 17; well of, 16

St. Edmund Hall, Oxf., princs. of, see Aglionby, Airay, Mill

St. Évroul Abbey (Normandy), 5, 82, 88, 105, 113, 357

St. Fey, de, Eleanor, m. Geof. de Lucy, 340, 341; Hamon (fl. 1202), 340; Hamon (fl. 1243), 340; Isabel, m. Wm. de Grenevile, 340; Wal., 340; fam., 340, 357

St. Frideswide's Priory, Oxf., 140, 142–3, 158, 308, 321

St. Giles-in-the-Fields (Mdx.), 205 n

St. Gregory's Priory, Canterbury prior of, see Wellys

St. Hugh, bp. of Lincoln, 101, 150, 158

St. John's Coll., Camb., 308, 309

St. John's Coll., Oxf., 221, 226, 228, 229, 231; fellows of, see Guillemard, Saunders; pres. of, see Juxon

St. John's Hosp., Oxf., 228 n, 280; Master of, 280

St. John's Priory, Clerkenwell, 171

St. Paul's Cathedral, London, dean of, see Godolphin

St. Pierre-sur-Dives Abbey (Normandy), 107

St. Thomas of Acon Hosp., London, 296

St. Thomas the Martyr, Order of, 296

St. Thomas's Hosp., Southwark, 9

St. Vaast, Wm. de, prior of Ogboume Priory, 106

St. Valery, Thos. de, 253–4, 258; fam., 253, 263; hon. of, 153, 155, 253–4, 258, 356

St. Vincent's Corrugated Iron Works, Bristol, 158

Ste Mère Église, Wm. de, later bp. of London, 94, 101

Saldeyswell, fam., see Shelswell

Salis, de, Grace Eliz., 133, 134; Hen. Fane, r. of Fringford, 132, 133, 134

Salisbury, archd. of, see Sparwe

Salisbury, bp. of, see Roger

Salisbury, ctss. of, see Lacy, Longespée; earl of, see Longespée

Salter, Fred., r. of Hethe, 180

Salvation Army, 51

Salynes, Alphonso de, 234

Sampford Peverel (Devon), 315

Samwell, Eleanor, wid. of Rog., m. 2 Thos. Danvers, 106; John, 106, 107, 115; Ric., 171; Rog., 106; fam., 105, 110

San Maxentio, Master Wm. de, canon of Lincoln and r. of Mixbury, 259

Sanderson, John, architect, 220

Sandford, arms of, 332

Sandford Preceptory, see Hospitallers and Templars

Sandiland, R. B., 38

Sandwich, Hen. of, 209 n

Sandys, Col. Sam., 136, 139; fam., 139, 142

Sapcotes, Eliz., see Dynham; Sir John, 305; Ric., 305

Sapperton (Glos.), 210

Sargeante, Geo., surveyor, 151

'Sasualo' (fl. 1086), see Oseville

Saunders, Agnes, see Hussey; Sir Edw., 22; Jas., fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxf., and v. of Kirtlington, 231; Jas., mapmaker, 202

Sauvage, Geof. le, 222

Savage, Jane, m. Francis Ewer, 278, 318

Savile, Sir Hen., prov. of Eton Coll., 105, 177

Sawyer, Ant., 279; Chas. (d. 1876), 277, 279; Gen. Chas. (d. 1892), 279; Chas. Ant., 279; Edm. Chas., 279; John (d. 1845), 279, 281; John (fl. 1939), 279; fam., 279, 282

Saxenton, John of, 75

Saxenton, in Bucknell, 72, 73, 354, 358; ec. hist., 75; ests., 74–75, 357; P.N., 72

Saxeye, Alise, 352

Say (Sai), de, Agnes, m. Ric. de Humez, 221; Eustachia, m. Hugh FitzOsbern, 303; Hugh (d. c. 1190), formerly FitzOsbern, 303; Hugh (d. c. 1197), 303; Jordan, 41, 221, 228, 303, 307; Lucy, dau. of Hugh, m. Thos. de Arderne, 303; Lucy, w. of Hugh, see Clifford; Lucy, w. of Jordan, see Rumilly; Marg., m. 1 Hugh Ferrers, 2 Rob. Mortimer (d. 1219), 3 Wm. de Stuteville (d. 1259), 303–4; Osbern, formerly FitzOsbern, 303; Ranulf, 303; Wm., 222, 303, 307

Saye and Sele, vct., see Fiennes

Sayer, Jon., 50

Scaldeswelle, fam. of, see Shelswell

Scheemakers, Pet., sculptor, 167; and see Delvaux

Schulton, see Shulton

Scoles, Jasper, 328

Scot (or Scott), Alan, prov. of the Queen's Coll., Oxf., and r. of Charlton, 88, 89; Emanuel, r. of Fringford, 132

Scott, G. G., architect, 173; Sir Geo. Gil., architect, 173, 230; J. O., architect, 241, 345; S. H., r. of Oddington, 284; Wm., r. of Bletchingdon, 69

Screens, ancient, 44, 46, 91, 102, 115, 133, 194, 216, 298

Scrivener, Ric., 285

Scudamore, Geo., 82

Sculptors, see Bossom, Delvaux, Piddington, Rouw, Scheemakers, Torrigiani, Westmacott, Williams, Wilton

Seaman, Kath., m. John West (d. 1717), 162

Sebright, Sir Edw., bt., 5, 162; Sir Thos., bt., 5, 162; fam., 5

Secker, Thos., bp. of Oxf., 131, 194

Sedding, J. D., architect, 298

Segrave, arms of, 332

Selborne, earl of, see Palmer, Roundell

Selby, Mr., Oxf. builder, 39

Senestan, Master Adam de, r. of Hethe, 174, 179

Serle, Phil., r. of Oddington, 284

Severn valley, battle in, 314

'Sexig Broc', 72; and see Gagle Brook

Seymour, Alex., 340; lady Alice, see Lisle; Edw., duke of Somerset, 210; Humph., 340; Isabel, w. of Alex., 340; Isabel, w. of Humph., see Winslow; John, 340; Simon (Symond), 340; Sir Thos. (fl. 1339), 198; Thos. (fl. 1547), ld., 76

Seyton, Sir John, 199, 200

Shaftesbury, ctss. of, see Cooper

Shareshull, de, Eliz., m. 1 Hen. de la Poyle (fl. 1335), 2 Sir John de Pyrton, 165; Master John, r. of Hampton Poyle, 165 n, 166; Sir Wm., 165

Shareshull (Staffs.), 264

Sharp, Master John, r. of Hethe, 179

Shaw, Mat., priest, 241

Sheen Priory (Surr.), 82, 88, 89

Sheldon, Gil., r. of Oddington, later abp. of Canterbury, 277, 282

Shelswell (Scaldeswelle, Saldeyswell), de, Eustace, 286; Nic., 286; Pet. (or of Weston), 286

Shelswell, 1, 3, 4, 254, 263 n, 267, 285–9; ch. bldg., 285, 289; ch. hist., 132, 266, 287, 289; Compt. cens., 289, 361; ec. hist., 288–9; Ho., 265, 267, 285, 286, 288, 289; incl., 285, 288; lesser ests., 288; man., 74, 176, 264, 265, 266, 286–8, 356; Park, 174, 285; P.N., 285; pop., 288, 289, 355, 361; taxes, 285, 288, 289, 359; top., 262, 263, 285– 6; wds., 174, 289

Shepley, Mary, 50 n

Sheppard, Geo., r. of Hardwick, 172; John, r. of Charlton, 89

Shere (Surr.), 41

Sherman, Ric., 37

Shewring, Thos., v. of Bicester, 45

Shiers, Edw., 318; Eliz., 318; Geo. (d. 1642), 318; Sir Geo., bt. (d. 1685), 318

Shillingford (or Izard), Edm., 82; John, 82; Wm., 82, 88; fam., 86

Shillingford Brewery, Bicester, 35

Shipbrook, ctss. of, see Vernon, Alice; earl of, see Vernon, Geo.

Shipman (le Schepman), Wm. the, 32, 62

Shipton-on-Cherwell, 9, 66, 159, 166

Shipton Lee (Bucks.), 83

Shirburn, 8, 119, 155, 162

Shirford (Warws.), 162

Shirley, John, 54; fam., 273

Shoer, Thos., 41

Shotover and Stowood, royal forest, 142, 157, 197, 212, 268

Shotteswell (Warws.), 9

Shrewsbury, ctss, of, see Beauchamp, Marg.; earl of, see Talbot

Shulton (Schulton), de, Amice, m. John de Lisle, 185; Ric., 185; Rog., r. of Ardley, 12

Sidmouth, vcts., see Addington

Sidon, bp. of, see Wellys

Sifrewast, Nic. de, and his w. Anne, 340

Sill, Eliz., see Wellesborne; John, 254, 264; Philippa, w. of Wellesborne (d. 1634), 254; Wellesborne (d. 1634), 254, 264; Wellesborne (d. 1707), 254, 261; fam., 252, 254, 261

Silvester, Thos., 305

Simeon, Joan, see Arsic and Grenevile; Steph., 9, 127, 139, 291

Simmons, Misses, 54

Simon, Sir John, later vct. Simon, 136, 142

Simon, r. of Hampton Poyle, 165

Simon, s. of Master, 294

Simon de London, Master, r. of Launton, 240

Simon of Wells, Master, r. of Souldern, 308

Siston (Glos.), 264, 287

Siward (fl. 11th cent.), 147

Siwate (fl. 11th cent.), 147

Skardesbrough, John, 199

Skelton, Jos., antiquary, 7, 249, 261, 267

Skinner, Ric., 32; Rob., r. of Launton and bp. of Oxf., 233, 234

Skull, Marg., see Beauchamp; Sir Wal., 9, 11

Skynner, fam., 176

Slater, Ann, see Harrison; John, 288; John Harrison, see Slater-Harrison

Slater-Harrison, Augusta, m. Wm. Dewar, 128, 288; Edw., 128, 267, 285, 288; Emma Cecilia, see Cartwright; John Harrison, 128, 267, 288, 320 n; fam., 267

Slatter, Rob., 232

Slyfield man., in Gr. Bookham (Surr.), 318

Smale, Rog., and his w. Joan, 317

Smith, Geo., printer, 35; Dr. Hen., canon of Christ Church, Oxf., 344 n; Jas., r. of Cottisford, 114; Jas. (fl. 1808), 215; John, v. of Bicester, 44; Hon. R. H. Vivian, 172; Ric., 249; Rog., architect, 332; Thos., see Smythe; Vivian Hugh, ld. Bicester, 302, 334–5, 336, 337; Wm., builder of Warwick, 220; fam. of Hardwick, 173; fam. of Tusmore, 1

Smyth, Hen., 162; John, 17

Smyth (or Haddon), Wm., 340, 344

Smythe (or Smith), Alice, 176; And., 176; Edw., of Stoke Prior (Worcs.), 317; Thos., 176

Snow, Rob., and his w. Ann, 102

Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge, 44

Solers, Thos., r. of Souldern, 308

Somerset, dchss. of, see Beauchamp; dukes of, see Beaufort and Seymour

Somersham (Hunts.), 106

Somerton, 162, 169, 290–307, 313, 336; chap., 299, 338; chars., 301; ch. bldg., 298–9; ch. hist., 296–9; civ. war, 293; dom. arch., 291; ec. hist., 293–6; farms, 291, 295; fields, 295; geol., 290; incl., 295, 297; lesser est., 293; mans., 128, 140, 148, 170, 291–3, 297, 356; man. ho., 290, 291; mills, 290, 296; occs., 296; P.N., 293; poor rel., 295; pop., 290, 294, 295, 355, 361; Prot. noncf., 300; rlwy., 290; rectors of, 259, 291, 297; Rcty., 291; Rom. Cathm., 173, 297; 299– 300, 338; schs., 145, 198, 250, 290, 300–1; taxes, 109, 110, 294, 295, 359; worthies, 291; and see Northbrook

Somery, Rog. de, 184

Souldem (Sulthom), 2, 3, 54, 143, 187, 301–12; chars., 302, 312; ch. bldg., 309–11; ch. hist., 143, 307– 9; civ. war, 303, 305, 311; Compt. cens., 307, 311, 361; dom. arch., 302, 303; ec. hist., 305–7; farms, 303, 306, 307; geol., 301; Hill Ho., 303, 312; Ho. (formerly Lodge), 302, 303; incl., 301, 302, 303, 306– 7, 309, 312; inns, 303, 307; man., 303–5, 356; man. ho. (formerly Ho.), 302, 303, 311; man. privileges, 4, 303, 304; mills, 305, 307; occs., 306, 307; P.N., 302; pop., 307, 355, 361; Prot. noncf., 303, 311; rectors, 14, 140, 141, 142, 302, 303; Recties., 302–3, 309; Rom. Cathm., 47, 302, 303, 311, 312; schs., 145, 311–12; taxes, 302, 306, 359; top., 141, 301–3; yeo. fams., 306

South, Dr. Rob., r. of Islip, 207, 208, 216–18; his sch., see Islip

South Midland Mail, see Midland Mail

South Newington, see Newington

South Weston, see Weston

Southeworthe, Nic., 138, 140

Spanish Succession, War of the, 52

Sparkford, Rob. de, 40 n

Sparwe (or Herbard), Master Alex., r. of Bucknell and archd. of Salisbury, 77

Speech Hill ('Spilleburge'), see Enslow Hill

Speen (Berks.), 331

Speenhamland system, 40

Spencer, Caroline, w. of Geo., duke of Marlborough, 13; Chas., duke of Marlborough (d. 1758). 10, 12; Eleanor, see Beaufort; Eliz., see Arden; Lady Eliz. (d. 1812), 13; Geo., duke of Marlborough (d. 1817), 13, 95, 99, 100, 231, 274 n, 341; Sir John, of Althorp (Northants), 336; Rob. (fl. 1500), 170; Sir Rob., of Spencercombe (Devon), 138; Sir Thos., bt. (d. 1622), 162 n; Wm. (fl. 1523), 170; Wm. (fl. 1528), 288; Sir Wm. (d. 1609), 5; Sir Wm., bt. (d. 1647), 83; fam., of Yarnton, 341

Spencer-Churchill, Chas. Ric. John, duke of Marlborough (d. 1934), 12; Geo., duke of Marlborough (d. 1840), 11; John Winston, duke of Marlborough (d. 1883), 13, 156, 276

Spiers, R. P., architect, 352

Sprawson, Hen., 176

Sprigg, Josh., 297; Wm., 297

Springall (Springhall), Rob., tailor, 66; Rob. (fl. 1665), 157

Stacey, John, 17

Stafford, Anne, see Woodstock; Edw., duke of Buckingham, 138, 175, 326; Edm., earl of Stafford, 339; Eliz., see Bourchier; Hen., duke of Buckingham (d. 1483), 186; Hen., Id. Stafford (d. 1563), 326; Hervey de (d. c. 1214), 60; Hervey de (d. c. 1237), 60; Hervey de (d. 1241), 60; Hugh, earl of Stafford (d. 1386), 326; Hugh (d. 1420), and his sons, 326; Humph., earl of Stafford, later duke of Buckingham (d. 1460), 23, 185, 326; Humph., styled earl of Stafford (d. 1455), 138; Marg., w. of Ralph, earl of Stafford, see Audley; Marg., w. of Humph. (d. 1455), see Beaufort; Niel de, 61; Ralph, later earl of Stafford, 118, 175, 185, 326; Rob. de (fl. 1086), 60, 223; Rob. de (d. by 1261), 61; Rog. de, 61; fam., 60; barony, 60; earldom, 118, 175; fee, 60, 61, 62; hon., 357

Stampe, Eliz., see Dormer; John, 305

Stamford Bridge, battle of, 314

Standard, Hen. (fl. 1600), 246; Hen. (d. 1670), fellow of All Souls Coll., Oxf., 246, 247 n; Marian, see Martyn; Thos., 246

Stanford, de, Alice, 340; Maud, see Pavely; Wm., s. of Aumary, 340; fam., 357

Stanley, Geo., ld. Stanley and Strange, 246; Hen., earl of Derby, 22; Joan, see Lestrange; Master John, 43; Ric., 340; Wm., earl of Derby (d. 1642), 22, 33, 37, 39, 246

Stanton Harcourt, 17, 60

Stanton St. John, 330

Stanway (Glos.), 305

Stapenhulle, Thos. de, 246

Stapleford (Wilts.), 107

Staples, Anne, see Browne; Moses Wm., 279; Ric. Thos. (later Browne), 279

Stapleton, Hon. Bryan, 311; Mrs. Bryan, 303, 311

Stapleton (Notts.), 327

Statham, S. M., r. of Cottisford, 115

Staunton, John, 210

Staveley, Alice, w. of Wm. (d. 1498), 23, 46; Art., 23; Geo., 23; Isabel, see Strelley; John (fl. 1500), 23; John (d. 1569), 23, 46, 226; Thos. (d. 1582), 23, 31; Thos. (d. 1631), 23; Wm. (d. 1498), 23, 46; Wm. (fl. 1500), 23; fam., 19, 31, 46

Steane Park (Northants), 115

Steele, fam., 272

Steeple Aston, see Aston, Steeple

Steere, Bart., 157, 161; John, 157

Stephen, count of Mortain, later King, 60, 258, 315, 339

Stephens, Gil., r. of Noke and v. of Beckley, 274; Ric., 106

Stephenson, Lawr., r. of Souldern, 309

Stevens, John, 5; Rachel, see Hussey; Thos., 214

Steventon Priory (alien) (Berks.), 105

Stimson, fam., 130

Stiward, Phil., 140

Stodfald hund. (Bucks.), 3

'Stodleye', see Studley (Warws.)

Stok, Thos. de, 126

Stoke, battle of, 122, 292

Stoke Hosp. (Bucks.), 114

Stoke Lyne, 1, 4, 74, 307, 312–23, 337; Bayard's (Baynard's) Green, 171, 251, 252, 313, 314, 320, 321; ch. bldgs., 321, 322–3; ch. hist., 11, 12, 13, 168, 171, 313, 320–2, 331; civ. war, 314; Compt. cens., 319, 361; ec. hist., 130, 318–20, 336, 355; ejectment trials (1860), 313; farms, 142, 319, 320; geol., 312; incl., 320, 321; man. ho., 313; mans., 314–18, 321, 335, 337, 356; noncf., 323; occs., 320; P.N., 313; pop., 318, 319, 320, 355, 361; schs., 145, 313, 323; Swift's Ho., 266, 312, 313, 314, 316; taxes, 294, 313, 319, 335, 359; top., 3, 7, 168, 312–14, 319, 333; Vic., 313, 322; wds., 312–13, 314, 316, 319; and see Bainton, Fewcot

Stoke Prior (Worcs.), 317

Stokenchurch (Bucks.), 186

Stokes, Alice, w. of Thos., 286; Cicely, m. Wm. Cornwall (fl. 1397), 286; Eliz., m. Wm. Harcourt, 43; Isabel, see Stretele; John (fl. 1420), 292; John (d. 1476), and his w. Alice, 23, 43; Thos., 286, 289; fam., 19, 286, 289

Stone, A. E., r. of Islip, 217

Stonesfield, 274; slates, 69

Stookes, Chas., miller, 130

Stopp, fam., 214

Stoughton, Great (Hunts.), 106

Stourbridge fair (Cambs.), 32

Stowe (Bucks.), 1, 117, 119; House (Bucks.), 116

Stowood, see Shotover

Strange, ld., see Stanley

Strange of Knockin, lds., see Lestrange

Strange, Ric., 262

Stratton Audley, 4, 14, 19, 24, 32, 40, 43, 54, 125, 169, 319, 324–33; castle, 324; chap., 40, 42, 330–1; chars., 333; ch. bldg., 332–3; ch. hist., 150, 151, 330–2; civ. war, 325; coal mining, 325; dom. arch., 325; ec. hist., 328–30; farms, 325, 328, 329; fields, 329; geol., 324; hunting, 325; incl., 324, 328, 329, 330; inns, 324; lesser ests., 328; Man. Farm, 327; man. ho., 324, 325; mans., 325–8, 356, 357; mkt., 328; mills, 325, 330; noncf., 333; occs., 329–30; Park, 325, 330; P.N., 324; pop., 324, 328, 330, 355, 361; Rcty. (Stratton Audley Hall), 325, 327; rcty. man., 327, 328; schs., 134, 152, 324; taxes, 324, 328, 359; top., 324

Street, G. E., architect, 46, 91, 124, 133, 144, 167, 180, 249, 345

Strelley, Isabel, m. Geo. Staveley, 23

Streme, Hen. ate, 174

Stretele, Isabel, m. 1 Rog. Giffard, 2 John Stokes (fl. 1420), 128, 292

Strode, Mrs. M. F., 41

Stuart, Chas., duke of Richmond, 59; Marg. his w., see Lewes

Stubbs, Phil., r. of Launton, 234, 240, 241

Studley, in Beckley, 81

Studley (Warws.), 94 n

Studley Priory, 9, 10, 95, 200, 341

Stukeley, Wm., antiquary, 2, 342

Sturges Bourne, Rt. Hon. W., 198, 201

Stuteville, de, Marg., see Say; Wm., 303–4

Stutsbury (or Stuchbury, Stutchbury), John, 305; Thos., 320; —, m. Rob. Weedon, 305; fam., 320

Sudeley, lady, see Deincourt; ld., see Butler, Ralph

Suffolk, dchss. of, see Chaucer; dukedom of, 73; dukes of, 8; and see Brandon, Pole

Sulham, of (or de), Aumary, 94; Ralph, 94; Wm. (fl. 1086), 94; Wm. (fl. 1247), 94

Sulham (Berks.), 94

Sulthom, see Souldern

Sunningwell (Berks.), man., 279

Surrey, earl of, see Warenne; earldom of, 327

Surtees, Rob. Smith, novelist, 21

Sutton, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Coghill, 57, 59; Oliver, bp. of Lincoln, 351

Swalcliffe, 196

Sweeney, Fr. Phil., 47

Swelyngton, John, 287

Swerford, 76, 258

Swetnam, Thos., 227

Swift, Jon., author, 208, 314 n

Swinnock, Geo., 48

Swyncombe, 287

Symonds, Martha Ann, 134; Ric., 314; Rog., 157; Master Wm., r. of Bucknell, 77

Syric (fl. 1065), 3

T

Tackley, 60, 219, 223, 224, 280 n

Taillour, Hans, of 'Merebek', 32

Talbot, Joan, w. of Ric., see Mortimer; John, 4th earl of Shrewsbury, 273; John, s. of Ric., 304; Marg., see Beauchamp; Ric., 304

Tanner, Thos., merchant, 32; Wm., 343; fam., 97, 99, 200

Taynton stone, 334

Tempest, Wm., 291

Templars, Order of: Cowley (later Sandford) Preceptory, prop. of, 2, 3, 60, 61, 62, 155, 315, 318, 319; Hogshaw Commandery, 156, 157; and see Hogshaw Hosp.

Temple, John, of Stowe (Bucks.), 119; Nic., 191; Sir Ric. (d. 1697), 120, 122; Ric., vct. Cobham, 122; Sir Thos., bt., 119, 122; Sir Wm., 70; fam., 119, 120; earls, 122, and see Grenville

Temple — Nugent — Brydges — Chandos — Grenvill Ric., duke of Buckingham and Chandos (d. 1839), 117, 120, 124, 125; Ric., duke of Buckingham and Chandos (d. 1861), 119

Templer, Agnes le, 318

Terumbere (or Towker), Jas., 340, 344; John and his w. Eliz., 340, 343

Tetsworth, 316

Teulon, S. S., architect, 249

Teyes (or Tyes), Alice, m. Warin de Lisle (d. 1322), 137 and n, 269; Hen., ld. Teyes (d. 1307), 137, 269; Hen., ld. Teyes (d. 1322). 137, 269; Wal., ld. Teyes, 337

Thackeray, W. M., novelist, 314

Thame, 155

Thame Abbey, 2, 82, 94–96, 277, 279, 282, 340–2, 348, 349 n, 356; abbots of, 156 n, 341, 349; and see Otley Abbey and Otley

Thames Valley Drainage Commission, 206

Theobald, abp. of Canterbury, 258, 307

Theobalds (Herts.), 161

Thespiae, bp. of, see Collingridge

Thomas, Ann, 221; Edw., 50; Jacob, 38

Thomas, clk., of Bicester, 43

Thomas, earl of Lancaster (d. 1322), 17, 118, 147, 245, 269, 286, 326

Thomas of Brotherton, earl of Norfolk, 222

Thomas of the church, 75

Thomason, Ric., r. of Hampton Poyle, 166

Thompson, Flora, writer, 104, 105, 113, 114, 115, 126, 286; Wm., carpenter, 31; Wm., r. of S. Weston, 166 n

Thonger, Hen., 134

Thorganby (Yorks.), 59

Thornton, Betty, 53

Thorold of Oddington, 280; and see Martin his son

Thorpe, Geo., r. of L. Heyford, 194

Throckmorton, Francis, conspirator, 307–8; Geo., 308; Sir Hugh, 307– 8; John, 310

Throp', Wm. de, 213

Thwaites, Rob., master of Balliol Coll., Oxf., and r. of Charlton, 89

Tilden, Theoph., princ. of Magd. Hall, Oxf., and v. of Fritwell, 144

Tillage Acts (1597), 157

Tilly, Wm., r. of Godington and Albury, 150

Tilson, Chris., a clerk of the treasury, 5, 156, 162, 167; John, nephew of Chris., 162, 167; John Hen., 5, 156, 162; Maria, see Lushington; fam., 5, 156

Tilsworth (Beds.), 22, 41

Tinchebrai (Normandy), 315

Tinchebray, de, Lucy, m. Adam de Cokefield (d. by 1194), 315; Rob., 315

Tingewick (Bucks.), 1, 49, 117, 118, 122, 204

Tingewike, Wm. de (or of), 140, 304

Tipping, Bart., 186; Sir Thos., 210; fam., 272

Tocotes, Eliz., see Braybrook; Sir Rog., 185–6

Todenham (Glos.), 209

Todkill, Ric., 299

Toller, John, 271

Tolson, John, prov. of Oriel Coll., Oxf., and r. of Hampton Poyle, 166

Tomlinson, Thos., clockmaker, 34

Tomlyns, Jane, see Cornwall; Rog., 287

Tomson, Wm., 157

Tooley, Master, 53; Sam., 173

Topping, Wm., 104, 112

Torrigiani, Pet., sculptor, 197

Tostig, earl of Northumbria, 3, 314

Tottenhoe (Beds.) stone, 334

Tournaments, see Stoke Lyne par. entry (Bayard's Green)

Towcester (Northants), 116

Towker, see Terumbere

Towneley, Francis, 335; John, 335

Townley, Nic., clerk, 215

Townsend, Geo., 10

Towton, battle of, 138, 140

Tracy, Paul, and his w. Anne, 305; Sir Ric., 305

Trafford, Hen., 339, 342; John, 225; fam., 342

Tredwell, — (fl. 1864), 103; fam., 99

Trench, F. Chenevix, r. of Islip, 208, 216

Trimenal, Nic., and his w., 66

Trinity Coll., Oxf., 9, 281, 282, 283; pres. of, see Bathurst

Triplett, Paul, 157

Tristur, Wm., 271

Trollope, Thos., 210

Trotman, Dorothea, m. Sam. (d. 1749), 264–5; Edw. of Shelswell (d. 1743), 74, 176, 265, 267, 287; Fiennes (d. 1782), 74, 265, 266, 267, 285, 287, 288; Fiennes (d. 1823), 74, 76 n, 177, 178; Fiennes (d. 1835), 74; Hester Louisa, m. Lt.-Col. F. D. Hibbert, 74, 79; Lenthall (d. 1710), 72, 74, 79, 80, 287; Mary, w. of Sam. (d. 1685), 79; Mary, w. of Edw., see Filmer; Mary (d. c. 1710), 80; Sam. (d. 1685), 74, 79, 80, 264, 278, 282, 287; Sam. of Siston (Glos.) (d. 1720), 79, 264, 287; Sam. (d. 1749), 74, 77 n, 79, 176, 265, 287; Sam. (d. 1773), r. of Newton Purcell, 266, 267; Sam. (d. 1775), 72, 74, 79, 265; Sam. (fl. 1782), 287–8; Susannah, m. Sanderson Miller, 287; Thos. (d. 1751), 74, 79, 178; fam., 72, 74, 176, 267, 285, 287, 288

Troughton, John (d. 1681), 48; John (d. 1739), 48, 49

Trubleville, Hen. de, 222

Trymenel, John, chaplain, 165 n

Tuam, vcts. Wenman of, see Wenman

Tubb, Geo., banker, 47, 54; Hen., 54, 56, 93, 102; Susannah, w. of Geo., 47, 55; Thos., 35, 46; Wm., 35; Mrs., w. of Hen., 56, 102

Tubb's charity, 54

Tuchet, Sir Wm., 118, 286, 289

Tudenham, de, Cath., see Pateshull; Sir John, 337; Sir Rob., 337

Turald (fl. 1086), 335, 336

Turberville, Rog. de, r. of Oddington, 283

Turi (fl. 11th cent.), 244

Turner, Bryan, r. of Souldern, 309; C. E., builder, 207; Cassandra, w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1766), 46; Sir Edw. (d. 1735), bt., 23; Sir Edw. (d. 1766), bt., 21, 22, 28, 30, 33, 41, 46, 82, 341; Francis, 124; Sir Greg., see Page-Turner; Mary, see Long; Thos., r. of Wendlebury, 345; Thos. (fl. 1775), 151; Wm., 104, 105, 107; fam., 21, 22, 31, 41, 52, 341

Turnpike toll hos., 14, 191, 301

Turnpike roads, 14, 34, 71, 116, 136, 182, 183, 187, 191, 301, 314, 338

Turpin, Geoff., 83; Osbert, 83; Wm., camerarius regis, 83; fam., 83

Turri, de, Alice, m. Rob. de Chandos, 118; Cecily, m. Dav. de Bovenden, 118; Gil., and his w. Emma, 118; Greg., 118; Philippa, m. Wm. de Bois, 118; Wm., 118; fam., 118, 356

Turton, Humph., r. of Hampton Poyle, 167

Turville, Sim. de, 336, 337

Tusmore, Guy of, 335, 336

Tusmore, 103, 107, 113, 140, 145, 152, 168, 180, 314, 319, 333–8; chap. (R.C.), 47, 181, 334, 338; ch. bldg., 333, 334, 338; ch. hist., 172, 337–8; Compt. cens., 337, 361; ec. hist., 336–7; depop., 337, 338; farms, 334, 337; fields, 337; geol., 333; Ho., 135, 291, 334–5, 337, 338; incl., 337; mans., 169, 170, 293, 318, 335–6, 356; park, 1, 312, 334; pop., 333, 337, 355, 361; Rom. Cathm., 173, 299, 337, 338; taxes, 10 n, 170, 288, 324, 337, 359; top., 333–5; worthies, 335; and see Hardwick

Tweed, Revd. John, 331

Twickenham (Mdx.), 316

Twiford, Edw., 10

Twine, Wm., r. of Souldern, 309

Twyford (Bucks.), 151, 152, 292; mill, 150

Twyford Mills Ltd., seed merchants, Banbury, 104, 112

Tyes, see Teyes

Tyrrel, Jos., 163

Tyrwhitt-Drake, Geo., 267; Thos., 72; T., 325; Misses, 19, 102; Mrs., 79; fam., 19; and see Drake, Mr.

U

Ufford, de, Eva, see Audley; Sir Thos., 326

Underwood, H. J., architect, 194

United Free Church, 51

United States Air Force, 1, 197, 311

United States of America, 76

University Coll., Oxf., master of, 297; and see Hamsterly; Walker, Thos.

University of London, see King's Coll.

University of Oxford: colleges and halls, see All Souls Coll., Balliol Coll., Brasenose Coll., Brasenose Hall, Broadgates Hall, Cardinal Coll., Christ Church, Corpus Christi Coll., Exeter Coll., Gloucester Coll., Hart Hall, Lincoln Coll., Magdalen Coll., Magdalen Hall, Merton Coll., New Coll., Oriel Coll., Pembroke Coll., Queen's Coll., St. Alban Hall, St. Edmund Hall, St. John's Coll., Trinity Coll., University Coll., Wadham Coll.

Upper Heyford, see Heyford

Upton, Geof. de, 317; Maud de, see Carbonel

Urban III, Pope, 158

V

Vache, de la, Eliz., see Plescy; Phil., 9, 11, 73

Valence, de, Aymer, earl of Pembroke, 327; Isabel, heirs of, 327

Valentia, vcts., see Annesley

Valoines, Joan de, m. Rob. de Grey, (d. 1295), 127, 291

Vanlore, Pet., merchant of London, 223

Varney, Ric., mason, 216

Vaughan, Wm., r. of North Aston and v. of Fritwell, 144

Venables, Chas., 156; Sarah and her daus., 159

Vennimore, Mr. (fl. 1558), 342; fam., 342

Verdun, de, Bertram (fl. 1086), 175; Bertram (d. 1192), 175, 178; Eustachia, see Basset; Eliz., w. of Theobald (d. 1309), see Clare; Eliz., dau. of Theobald (d. 1309), m. Bart. Burghersh, 175; Isabel, m. Hen., ld Ferrers of Groby, 175; Joan, 175; John, formerly Butler, 175; Lesceline, see Clinton; Margery, m. Wm. Blount, 175; Maud, see Mortimer; Nic., 175; Norman, 175, 178; Rose, m. Theobald Butler, 175; Theobald (d. 1309), 175, 176; Theobald (d. 1316), 175; Thos., 21, 22, 175, 176, 325; fam., 356

Verdun in Vessey (Manche, France), 175

Vere, de, Aubrey, 208 n; Bridget, m. Francis Norreys, earl of Berkshire, 348; Edw., earl of Oxf., 348; Isabel, see Bolebec; Rob., earl of Oxf., 315

Verney, Dot., m. Ric. Heath, 287; Leon. (fl. 1508), 287, 288; Marg., see Cornwall; fam., 51, 287 and n

Vernon, Alice, w. of Geo., earl of Shipbrook, 316, 320, 321; Frances Maria, see Borlase; Geo., later earl of Shipbrook, 316; Geo. Sedley, 327; Margery de, m. I John Arsic, 2 Thos. de Stok, 3 Rob. Picher, 4 Wm. Buzun, 126

Vesey, Ric., fellow of Magd. Coll., Oxf., and r. of Noke, 274

Victoria, Queen, jubilee of, 286

Villiers, Anne, w. of Wm., earl of Jersey (d. 1769), 249; Geo., earl of Jersey (d. 1859), see ChildVilliers; Geo. Bussy, earl of Jersey (d. 1805), 239; Wm., earl of Jersey (d. 1769), 235, 243, 246, 248

Vincent, Wm., dean of Westminster and r. of Islip, 207, 208, 215, 216

Volusen', Master Florence, v. of Bicester, 43

W

Wadard (Waard), Rainald (fl. 1086), 126, 139, 291

Waddesdon (Bucks.), 304

Waddington, Mary, 181

Wade, Master Hen. (d. 1287), royal cook, 60, 62; Hen. (fl. 1320), 60, 66; John, 60

Wadham Coll., Oxf., 142, 156, 275

Waendel the Saxon, 339

Wailes, Mr., of Newcastle upon Tyne, painted-glass maker, 167 n

Wainwright, Thos., 91

Wake, Sir Baldwin, bt., 136, 139; Rob., v. of Fritwell, 144; Sam., 142; Sir Wm., 139; fam., 139

Walcot, Geo., merchant of London, 235; John, 235

Walker, Fred. John, r. of Finmere, 122; John (d. 1783), 47; John (d. 1810), his son, 47; John (fl. 1850), 122; Ric., banker of Oxf., 57; Thos., master of Univ. Coll., Oxf., 252, 259, 297; Wm. (fl. 1529), 37; Wm. (fl. 1811), 55; fam., of Kirtlington, 226; char., 52, 53, 55

Walkstede, Wal., 88

Wall, A. C. J., 246

Wall paintings, 91, 216, 231, 260, 310

Wallbury (Essex), 264

Waller, Dot., m. John James, 119; Eliz., see Hogan; Thos., 119, 120; Sir Wm., 21; fam., 120, 122

Wallingford, castle, 190 n, 326; hon., 3, 4, 21, 22, 32, 36, 94, 183, 184, 197, 198, 263, 293, 317, 325, 356; jail, 31

Wallingford (Berks.), 54

Walter, Master, of Fotheringay, 17

Walter, s. of Ric. de Kirtlington, 220 n

Walter of Aylesbury, 184

Walter of Bicester, 62

Walter le Monk, 129

Walter the smith, 71

Waltham Abbey (Herts.), 142

Walton, Frideswide, see Austin; Valentine, 106

Wappele, de, Juliana, 129; Phil., 129

Wappenham (Northants), 260

War Dept. Base Ordnance Depot, Bicester, 11, 19, 21, 30, 36, 99, 211, 343

War, First World, 226; Second World, 11, 207

Warblington (Hants), 209

Warcus, John, carpenter, 34; Wm., 34; fam., 34

Ward, John, 272

Warde, Chas., 165; John, 35, 313, 314, 348

Warden Hill Hunt, see Bicester

Wardington, Gil. de, v. of Kirtlington, 229

Wardington, 336

Wardle, Dan., r. of Fringford and v. of Caversfield, 132, 133

Ware, Ric. de, Abbot of Westminster, 215, 217

Ware Priory (Herts.), 82, 88, 357; prior of, 83, 84, 88

Warenne, Wm. de, earl of Surrey, 327; hon. of, 327, 357

Warham, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, chaplain of, 203

Warland, Rob., r. of Noke, 274

Warmington (Northants), 327

Warner, Eliz., m. 1 Hen. de la Poyle (d. by 1423), 2 Sir Wal. Grene, 161; Jas., r. of L. Heyford, 192; John, r. of L. Heyford and ward. of All Souls Coll., Oxf., 192; John (fl. 1848), 119; Rob., 161; Master Thos., r. of Souldern, 309, 310

Warr, Ric., 123

Warren, Anne, see Borlase; Art., of Stapleton (Notts.), 327; Borlase, 327; Frances Maria, m. Geo. Sedley Vernon, 327; John, r. of Hethe, 179; John Borlase (d. 1763), 327; Admiral Sir John Borlase, bt., 325, 327, 328, 329, 332

Warwick, ctss. of, see Basset, Philippa; Berkeley; Longespée, Ela; Newburgh; earls of, see Beauchamp, Newburgh, Plescy

Warwickshire, 9

Warrington, Mr. (fl. 1861), designer of painted glass, 216

Water Eaton, in Kidlington, 282

Water Stratford (Bucks.), 116

Waterhouse, John, 341

Waterperry, 58

Watlington Park, 5, 162

Watson, Revd. J. M., 301; John, r. of Somerton, 297, 301

Watts, John W., v. of Bicester, 44, 46, 52; Wm., 103

Webb, Julian, 262; Fr. Steph., 48; Wm., 352

Wednesbury collieries (Staffs.), 34

Weedon, Bern. (d. 1679), 302, 305; Bern. (fl. 1680), 311 n; Eleanor, 311; John (d. 1702), 305; John (d. 1710), 305; Rob., 305, 311; Wm., 305; fam., 302, 305, 306, 310, 311

Welbank, Thos., r. of Islip, 217

Welborne, Rob., r. of Wendlebury, 344, 345

Weld, Humph., of Lulworth, 148, 293

Welles, de Hugh, bp. of Lincoln, 143, 229, 248, 351; Simon, r. of L. Heyford, 192; and see Wells

Wellesborne, Ann, see Greenway; Art., 254; Edw., 254; Lady Eliz., wid. of Sir John, m. 2 Edw. Chamberlayne, 3 Ric. Hussey, 254, 261, 262; Eliz., m. 1 John Sill, 2 Edw. Mole, 248, 264; John, later Sir John (d. 1548), 223, 254, 256, 258, 261, 264; John (d. 1611), 254, 261, 262; fam., 252; and see Wellysbourne

Wellicomb (or Wellicome), John, 256; Thos., 257; yeo. fam., 256

Wells, Sam., 48

Wells, Master Simon of, r. of Souldern, 308; and see Welles

Wellys, Master Thos., r. of L. Heyford, bp. of Sidon and prior of St. Gregory's, Canterbury, 203

Wellysbourne, Sir John (fl. 15th cent.), 317

Wemys, Lewis, 122

Wendlebury, 4, 5, 6, 30, 32, 54, 338– 46; chap., 343; chars., 55, 103, 346; ch. bldg., 344–5; ch. hist., 100, 343–4; Compt. cens., 342, 361; ec. hist., 341–3; fields, 342; geol., 338; incl., 338, 343, 346; lesser ests., 341; man. ho., 339; mans., 82, 339–41, 342, 357; noncf., 345; P.N., 338–9; pop., 343, 355, 361; rectors, 43, 339, 343, 345, 346; Rcty., 339, 344; Red Lion, 339, 344; schs., 345; taxes, 341–2, 359; top., 92, 338–9; and see Alchester

Wenlok, Wal. de, abbot of Westminster, 209

Wenman, Agnes, see Fermor; Emmotte, wid. of Hen., m. 2 Thos. Fermor (d. 1485), 292; Ferdinand, 128; Giles, 128; Hen., 292; Isabel, see Williams; Kath., w. of Ric., vct. Wenman (d. 1690), 155; Sir Phil., vct. Wenman of Tuam (d. 1760), 21; Sir Ric. (d. 1572), 128; Ric. (d. 1638), 128, 132 n, 133; Ric., vct. Wenman of Tuam (d. 1640), 127, 128, 279; Sir Ric., bt., later vct. Wenman of Tuam (d. 1690), 155; Thos. (fl. 1550), 128; Thos. (d. 1577), 128; Thos. (fl. 1600), 128; Ursula, see Giffard; Wm., 128; fam., 126, 131

Wentworth, Agnes, 41; Margery, m. 1 John, ld. Williams of Thame, 2 Sir Wm. Drury, 3 Jas. Croft, 279, 347, 348

Wesley, John, evangelist, 50

Wesleyan Reform Union, 311

West, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1717), 5, 162; John (d. 1696), 161, 162, 164, 165, 168; John (d. 1717), 5, 162, 164; Kath., see Seaman; Mary, 162

West Hendred (Berks.), see Hendred

West Saxons, 14

Westbury (Bucks.), 116, 150, 255

Westcar, Eliz., 311, 312; Hen., 180; John (d. 1784), 257; John (d. 1832), 312; Wm., 91; fam., 303; chars., 312

Westcot Barton, see Barton

Westmacott, Ric., sculptor, 133

Westminster Abbey, 2, 3, 4, 83, 208– 9, 234, 278; abbot and convent, 235, 240; abbots, 4, 83, 207, 212, 213, 214, 217, 223, 236, 238, 278; and see Blois, Colchester, Curtlington, Harwedon, Humez, Islip, Lusignan, Ware, Wenlok; advs., 215, 234, 240, 282; almoner, 240; dean and chapter, 83, 206, 209, 210, 212, 215, 234–5, 270, 273, 278; deans, 216; and see Buckland, Ireland, Vincent; monks, 217, 234, 238; prop, in: Fencott and Murcott, 82, 83, 84, 89, 213, 270; Islip, 3, 4, 83, 207–10 213, 214, 278; and see Islip, liberty of; Launton, 40, 234, 235, 236; Noke, 269, 270, 271; Northbrook, 223

Westminster School, 210, 344

'Westminsterside' man., in Oddington, 278

Weston, Hugh, 208; Jeremiah, 76; Ric., 76; Mr., 299

Weston, of, Alice, see Bendings; Amice, m. 1 Ellis de Hauville, 2 Sir Hen. Maulever, 286; Nic., 286; Pet. (or of Shelswell), 286; Ralph, ld. of Colly Weston, 286; Wm., 264, 286; fam., 356

Weston-on-the-Green, 35, 103, 346– 52; chars., 352; ch. bldg., 351–2; ch. hist., 62, 78, 350–1, 352; civ. war, 347; econ. hist., 62, 349–50; farms, 350; fields, 349; geol., 346; incl., 350; man., 73, 348–9, 351, 356; man. ho. (hotel), 93 n, 347, 348; mills, 347, 349, 350; noncf., 352; occs., 350; P.N., 346, 347; pop., 346, 349, 350, 355, 361; schs., 352; taxes, 62, 346, 359; top., 92, 346–8; Vic., 347, 351

Weston, South, 8, 166

Westwood Nunnery (Worcs.), 303

Wetherby, John de, r. of U. Heyford, 203

Wetherell, Wm., r. of U. Heyford, 204

Weyland, John, of Wood Eaton, 215

Whateley, Thos., 48

Wheathampstead (Herts.), 234

Wheatley, 299

Wheplade, Alex. de, r. of L. Heyford, 192

Whicker, Adrian, 229 n, 232; John, merchant of London, 232

Whitchurch (Bucks.), 315 n; hon. of, 314

Whitchurch (Oxon.), 197

Whitcraft, Revd. —, 152

White, Bridget, see Bradshaw; Geo., 352; Hen., 270; J., 223; Master (fl. 1861), 79

Whitfield (Northants), 77

Whitmore, Thos., 174

Whittlewood, forest of (Bucks. and Northants), 117

Whitton, Owen, 226

Wickham, Geo., mercer of Oxf., 52

Wickham, in Banbury, 306

Wigod of Wallingford (fl. 1066), 21, 40, 72, 94, 325, 348; and see Aldgitha

Wilberforce, Sam., bp. of Oxf., 12, 44, 78, 90, 132, 142, 144, 180, 204, 257, 284, 297, 322, 331

Wilcox, Rob., 106

Wilkins, Jos., of Deddington, artist, 199 n

Wilkinson, Wm., of Oxf., architect, 19, 146, 275, 285

Willaston, in Hethe, formerly in Mixbury, 3, 4, 6, 119, 125, 174, 176, 251, 252, 257, 260; chap., 258; ec. hist., 255, 256; fields, 256; incl., 256; man., 61, 254, 255, 356; mills, 255; P.N., 254; pop., 255, 256, 355, 361; taxes, 255, 359; tithes, 258, 259

Willes, Frances, m. — Fermor, 139; John Freke, of Astrop (Northants), 139, 142; Revd. Wm. S. (d. 1822), 139, 141; Wm. (fl. 1850), 139

Willescote, see Williamscote

William I (the conqueror), King, 72, 208, 278, 303, 314, 339

William II, King, 117, 126, 186, 286, 303

William II, king of Sicily, 244

William, archd. of London, 94, 100

William, chaplain and hermit of Finmere, 123

William, clerk of Hethe, 179

William, hermit of Finmere, 122

William, priest of Bicester, 43 n

William, s. of Aumary, see Stanford

William, s. of Herluin, 286

William of Drogheda, Master, 330

William of Hampton, 163

William de Ste Mèacute;re Église, bp. of London, 94

William de Throp', 213

William of Tingewick, 140

William the clerk, 308

William the miller, 265

William the priest, 296

William the Shipman (le Schepman), 32, 62

Williams, Hen., of Oxf., 271; Isabel, m. I Sir Ric. Wenman (d. 1572), 2 Ric. Huddlestone, 127, 128, 279; Sir John, later Id. Williams of Thame, 95, 100, 127, 128, 131, 279, 317, 321, 340, 34l, 347, 348, 351; John, bp. of Lincoln, 308; Marg., w. of Sir John, see Wentworth; Marg., m. Hen. Id. Norreys, 95, 127, 279, 341, 348; Thos., mapmaker, 15, 26 n, 27 n, 29, 31; Thos., sculptor, 231; Wm., sculptor, 231; fam., of Middleton Stoney, 250

Williamscot (Willscot), in Cropredy, 270

Williamscote (or Willescote), de, Eliz., w. of Thos. (d. c. 1425), 270; Eliz., m. Rob. Babington, 270; Hen., 270; Ralph, 270; Ric. (fl. 1220), 270; Ric. (d. c. 1290), 270, 271; Ric. (d. 1360), 270; Thos. (d. 1373), 270; Thos. (d. c. 1425), 270; fam., 270, 356

Williamson, Jos., prov. of the Queen's Coll., Oxf., 91; Thos., and his w. Bridget, 336

Willington, de, Hen., 155, 185; Joan, see Champernowne; John (d. 1339), 155; John (b. 1340), 185; Sir Ralph (fl. 1300), 185; Ralph (d. 1348), 185

Willis, Geo., 210

Willoughby, Phil. de, 317

Wilmer, Jas., 299

Wilson, Mary, 55; Sam., 50 n; Dr. Thos., preb. of Westminster, 234; Thos., 37; Wm. (d. 1821), 153, 156; Revd. Wm., the elder, 156; Revd. Wm., the younger, 156; —, of Bicester, 50

Wilton, J., sculptor, 46

Wiltshire and Ormond, ctss. of, see Beaufort, Eleanor; earl of, see Butler, Jas.

Winchcombe, Ben., 212, 270, 272, 275; Christian, see Bradshaw; Thos., 270; fam., 268, 275; chap., 275

Winchester, bp. of, see Wykeham

Winchester, ctss. of, see Fitz Pernel; earls of, 9, and see Despenser, Quincy

Windebank, Col., 57

Windsor (Berks.), canon of, see Browne, Thos.; castle guard at, 317

Wing, Wm., 183, 302

Winslow, Agnes, see Poure of Charlton; Eliz., m. John Terumbere, 340; Isabel, m. Humph. Seymour, 340; Thos. and his w. Agnes, 340; Wm., 82, 340

Winslow Hall (Bucks.), 30, 34

Wintle, Hen., r. of Somerton, 296, 297

Winwick (Lanes.), 59

Winwood, Sir Ralph, secretary of state, 72

Wise, fam., 141

Witchester, Rog. de, 147

Witney, 157, 292

Woburn Abbey (Beds.), 318; abbot of, 319

Wolf, Rob., 137

Wolford, Little (Warws.), 305

Wolley, Sir Francis, 156; Mary, see Hawtrey

Wolsey, Cardinal, 24, 142

Wolvercote, 217

Wood, Ant., antiquary, 79, 105, 161, 179–80, 192, 208, 291, 298, 313, 332; Rob., 12 n; Revd. Mr., 53

Wood Eaton, 88, 137, 210, 212, 215, 218, 268, 272, 308

Woodford, John, r. of Bucknell, 79

Woodhull, see Odill

Woods, Ric., 112; Wal., 76

Woodstock, of, Anne, m. Edm. de Stafford, earl of Stafford, 222, 339; Eleanor, see Bohun; Thos., duke of Gloucester, 222, 226, 339; his children, 339

Woodstock, 31, 54, 74, 156, 186, 232; Corporation, 165; Park, 162, 243–4

Woodstock, New, borough of, 163

Woodville (or Wydville), Sir Edw., 223; Eliz., see Elizabeth, queen of Edw. IV

Woodward, Edm., 332; Mic., ward. of New Coll., Oxf., 204; fam., 226

Woodyer, Hen., architect, 323

Woolley, Giles, r. of Bucknell, 77

Woolworth, Messrs. F. W., Bicester, 51

Wooten, 35; and see Kirby and Wooten

Wootten, Ric., 243

Worcester, bps. of, 43; and see Johnson, Morgan

Worcestershire, 317

Wordsworth, Wm., poet, 302–3

Wormsley (Bucks.), 47

Worsley, Edw., 210, 215; Frances, 210; Revd. Geo., 210; Wm., 210

Worthe, de, Sir John, 23, 32; Rob., 23

Worthing, Ric., 43

Wortons, the (N. Oxon.), 60

Wray, Bridget, m. Montagu Bertie, earl of Lindsey, 95; Edw., 95; Eliz., see Norreys

Wren, Sir Chris., architect, 58, 59; his w., see Coghill

Wretchwick, in Bicester, 14, 38, 326, 354, 358, 360; ct. rolls, 26, 36; depop., 27, 42; ec. hist., 24, 25, 26, 27, 355; farms, 19, 20, 30; incl., 26, 28, 29, 235, 236; man., 22, 24, 36, 326, 356; mill, 25, 31; P.N., 24; site of village, 19; tithes, 29, 41, 42, 330; top., 19, 232

Wright, Thos., r. of Hardwick, 172

Wroughton (Wilts.), 328

Wroxton, 10

Wulfward the White (fl. 1066), 117, 175

Wulfwig, bp. of Dorchester, 191, 208

Wyatt, G., builder of Oxf., 216, 261; Sir Hen., 287

Wychwood Forest, 244

Wyck, Wm., the younger, 282; Wm., of Mentmore (Bucks.), 282

Wycliffe, John, reformer, 291

Wycombe, High (Bucks.), 222, 292

Wydville, see Woodville

Wygyns (or Wykyns), Benedict, 37, 41; John, v. of Bicester, 37, 41, 45, 46; John (fl. 1529), 54; Thos., 22

Wykeham, Wm., bp. of Winchester, 198, 199, 201

Wymbush, —, 213

Wyndham, Col. the Hon. E. H., 12, 321; fam., 321

Wynnow, Joan, w. of John, m. 2 Warin de Lisle, ld. Lisle (d. 1382), 138, 269; John, 138

Wysham, Alice, see Pauncefoot; Eliz., see Pauncefoot; Joan, see Pauncefoot; John, 9; Marg., see Beauchamp

Y

Yalden, Jas., v. of Weston, 347

Yardley, Thos., 256

Yardley (Northants), 54

Yarnton, 5, 305

Yates, Thos., r. of Charlton, 91, 92; Mrs., wid. of Thos., 92

Yelden, Jas., r. of Bucknell, 78

Yeomans, Thos., mason, 207 n

Yeovil (Som.), 303

York, abps. of, see Grey, Wal.; Lamplugh

York, dchss. of, see Neville; duke of, see Richard

York, deans of, see Higden, Younge

York Minster, chancellor of, see Exeter, John de

Yorke, Edw., 138, 142; Geo. (fl. 1562), 138, 142; Geo. (fl. 1626), 136, 138, 144; Sam. (fl. 1863), 139; Sam., v. of Fritwell, 142, 144; fam., 142

Young, Art., economist, 30, 66, 190, 281, 320, 329, and passim; Ric., 13; fam., 11

Younge, John, fellow of New Coll., Oxf., master of the rolls and dean of York, 197

Yule, Revd. H. W., 166

Z

Zouche, la, Alan (d. 1270), 82; Alan (d. 1314), 82; Ela, see Quincy; John, Id. Zouche, 305; Maud, m. Rob. de Holland, 82