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Alan Crossley (editor), Christina Colvin, Janet Cooper, N. H. Cooper, P. D. A. Harvey, Marjory Hollings, Judith Hook, Mary Jessup, Mary D. Lobel, J. F. A. Mason, B. S. Trinder, Hilary Turner

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Note: A page-number prefixed by a dagger † indicates a reference to a plate facing that page; a page-number in italic denotes a line illustration. The pages containing the substantive history of a parish are set in bold-face type. A pagenumber followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page.

Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may require elucidation: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Abp., Archbishop; Bart., Bartholomew; Bp., Bishop; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; chap., chapel(s) (of ease); char., charities; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church(es); Coll., College; Ctss., Countess; ct., court(s) (manorial, etc.); Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; dom. archit., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gil., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Kath., Katharine; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Ld., Lord; man., manor(s); Marg., Margaret; mkt., market(s); m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; O.E., Old English; par., parish; pk., park(s); Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; rly., railway; Reg., Reginald; rem., remains; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; Sam., Samuel; sch., school(s); sr., senior; Sim., Simon; s., son; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; Vct., Viscount; Vctss., Viscountess; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William.

A

Aba (fl. 1086), 234–5

Abberbury:
-, John, 236
-, Ric. (d. 1333), 236
-, Ric. (d. by 1428), 236
-, Thos. (fl. 1307), 236
-, Thos. (fl. 1346), 236
-, fam., 236

Abingdon, earls of, 229

Abingdon (Berks.), 24, 67, 114, 162

Aboyne, Earl of, see Gordon, Geo.

Abraham (or Metcalfe):
-, Hen., 121, 126
-, Mary, 120–1, 126
-, Thos., 121, 125–6

Acrill, Thos., 223

Adam, Wm., 90

Adams, Edw., 201

Adderbury, 6; and see Bodicote
-, Adderbury Ho., 163
-, ind., 65
-, Milton in, 112
-, named as address, 43, 49, 70, 97, 109, 111, 179, 188, 232
-, nonconf., 112, 115
-, tithes, 96 n
-, Twyford in, 226

Adigheriis, Ugolino de, Prebendary of Banbury, Bp. of Cremona, 48, 97 n

Adkins, Wm., 183

Aelfwin (fl. c. 1100), 136

Air, Ministry of, 68

Aircraft industry, 68

Akeman Street, 1, 127

Albany, Duke of, see Leopold

Albert, Prince Consort, 107

Albright:
-, Arthur, 132, 134
-, John, 131
-, Jos., 131
-, Lydia, m. Edm. Sturge, 134
-, Nic., 143
-, Wm., 134, 144, 157
-, Wm. A., 132
-, fam., 129, 154

Albus, see Blund

Alcan Industries Ltd., see Aluminium Ltd.

Alcock:
-, John, 242, 257
-, Thos. (d. 1613), 242
-, Thos. (d. 1635), 244
-, Wm. (of Epwell), 242
-, Wm. (of Mollington), 206
-, fam., 242, 257

Alderbury (Wilts.), 162

Alderton, Jas., 143

Ale, assize of, 73

Alexander, Bp. of Lincoln, 6, 18, 20, 39, 50, 58, 177

Aleyn, Thos., 236 n

Alice, Ctss. of Lancaster, 213 n

Alice, John s. of, see John son of Alice

Alkerton, 231–2, 248

All Souls College, Oxford, 18

Allam, W., 107

Allen:
-, John, 167
-, Wm. Ferneley, 94
-, Wm. Shirley, 167
-, fam., 180

Allet, Priscilla, 177

Allibone, Peter, 221

Allington:
-, John, 31
-, John (another), 31

Almshouses, see Banbury

Alney:
-, Geof. de, 235
-, Hen. de, and his w. Agnes, 235
-, Wal. de, 235

Alscot, see Preston-on-Stour

Aluminium industry, 13, 17, 27, 68–69, 87, 120, 167, 180, 190, 220

Aluminium Ltd., 68
-, Alcan Industries Ltd., 68–69
-, Aluminium Laboratories Ltd., 17, 68
-, Northern Aluminium Co. Ltd., 68

Amaury, Rob. s. of, see Robert son of Amaury

Ambrose (fl. 1086), 199

America, Quakers from, 110

Amos:
-, G. W., 178
-, Geo. Thos., 178
-, fam., 178, 184

Anabaptists, 8, 115, 153, 223, 256–7

Ancaster (Lincs.), 178

Andrews, Hen., 44, 52 n

Angling, 15

Anker, fam., 163, 166

Anne, Queen, w. of Jas. I, 137

Ansgered (fl. 1086), 162

Anti-Corn Law League, 93

Antinomians, 114–16

Anti-paedobaptists, 117, 183

Anti-Slavery Society, 134; and see Banbury Anti-Slavery Society

Apothecaries, 31, 70

Appleton (Berks.), 188

Appletree:
-, Russell, 103
-, Thos. (d. 1700), 103
-, Thos. (d. 1701), 103
-, fam., 103

Appletree, see Aston-le-Walls

Appropriation, see (s.v. rectory) Banbury; Charlbury; Cropredy; Swalcliffe

Apsley, Sir Allen, 42

Arbury Camp, see Warden, Chipping

Archaeological finds, see prehistoric remains; Roman remains

Archer:
-, Chas., 257
-, Joan, m. Sir John Dynham, 47, 236
-, John, 183
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1428), 47
-, Ric. (fl. 1712), 197
-, Ric. (fl. 19th cent.), 183
-, Wm., 180
-, fam., 183

Architects, 37; and see Benvel, Sam.; Blomfield, Sir Arthur; Brown, Talbot; Bruton, Edw.; Buckeridge, C.; Christian, Ewan W.; Cockerell, C.R.; Cockerell, S. P.; Danby, Jas.; Dawber, Guy; Derrick, —; Derrick and Hickman; Driver, Chas.; Edwards, C. H.; Eyles, W. M.; Ferrey, Benjamin; Gibbs, Jas.; Gibbs, John; Hannan, Llewellyn; Hill, W.; Ingall, Sam.; Jackson, Sir T. G.; Kempthorne, Sampson; Laing, Sir John; Loveday, W. T.; Lowe, —; Lucas, P.; Mills, W. E.; Murray, Jas.; Newman, Sam.; Parnell, C.; Pugin, Augustus W. N.; Rogers, H. S.; Rogers & Surman, Messrs.; Scott, H. Baillie; Seckham, S. L.; Stallwood, S. Slingsley; Street, G. E.; Tapper, Wal.; Underwood, H. J.; Wells, Randall; White, Wm.; Wilkinson, Wm.; Williams-Ellis, Clough; Woodhouse, Geo.; Wyatt, Jas.

Arden (Ardern):
-, Giles, 47, 230
-, Marg., w. of Giles, 230
-, Nicole, w. of Sir Rob., m. 2 Sir Thos. Wale, 47, 230, 249
-, Sir Rob., 39, 40 n, 47–48, 72 n, 230, 248–9
-, Thos. (fl. 1242–3), 201
-, Thos. (fl. 1287), 201
-, Thos., Rector of Swalcliffe, 249
-, fam., 46–47, 201, 249

Armenia, Bp. of, see Blaise

Armscott, see Newbold

Arne, Wm., 103

Arran, Ctss. of, see Butler

Arrowsmith, John, 150

Arsic, Rob., 138

Artists and sculptors, see Atree, Geo.; Hunt, Holman; Weydon, Rog. van der

Arundell:
-, Sir John, 47
-, Kath., see Dynham
-, fam., 47

Ascot, see Milton, Great

Ashby, Canons (Northants.), Prior of, 239

Ashby-de-la-Zouch (Leics.), 234

Ashby St. Ledgers (Northants.), 231

Ashcombe:
-, John, 238
-, Ric., 238
-, Thos., 238
-, Wm., 238

Ashe, Ric., 136

Ashfield:
-, Anne, see Birmingham, Anne of
-, Ant., 233

Asplin, Wm., Vicar of Banbury, 99

Assarts, 50, 127, 136, 138–41, 148

Assizes, see Oxford

Associated British Cinemas, 15

Astell:
-, Edw. (fl. 1662), 188 n
-, Edw. (d. 1703), 188
-, Edw. (d. 1729), 188
-, Harry, 188
-, Isaiah, 188
-, John (d. 1734), 188–9
-, John (d. 1762), 188
-, John (d. 1824), 188
-, John (d. 1875), 188
-, W. J., 190
-, Wm., 188
-, —, see Harris, Miss
-, fam., 188, 190

Asterley, see Kiddington

Aston, Thos. de, 49

Aston, Steeple, 67, 188
-, Aston, Middle, in, 75

Aston-le-Walls (Northants.), 162 n, 177, 214
-, Appletree in, 157, 160, 185, 193 n, 206, 208

Astrop, see Sutton, King's

Athelstan, s. of Ethelred II, 199

Athletics, 15, 132

Atkins:
-, Phoebe, 111
-, fam., 48

Atkinson:
-, Anne, see Birmingham, Anne of
-, Ric., 233

Atree, Geo., 107

Audland:
-, Anne, 109
-, John, 109

Augusta, Princess of Wales, 17

Augustus, Duke of Sussex, s. of George III, 17

Aula, de, see Hall

Austin (Austen):
-, Barnes, 68, 92, 116
-, J.B., 115
-, Judith, see Boothby
-, Nic., 74
-, Ric., 68, 116
-, fam., 116

Austin's Brewery, 39, 66, 92

Automotive Products Co. Ltd., 69

Auvers (Manche, France), 177

Avalon, Hugh of, Bp. of Lincoln, 18, 20, 41 n, 50, 61

Avon, riv. (Warws.), 158, 225

Avondale Laboratories Ltd., 69

Aynho (Northants.), 6, 124, 195, 217

B

Babington:
-, Edw., 216
-, Eliz., see Williamscot, Eliz. of
-, Ric., 216
-, Rob., 216
-, Thos., 216
-, Wm. (fl. 1464), 216
-, Wm. (s. of above), 216
-, Wm. (d. 1577), 216

Back:
-, Hen., Vicar of Banbury, 100, 104
-, —, w. of Hen., 105

Badby, Thos. of, 200

Badger-baiting, 15

Bagley:
-, Hen., 182, 252
-, Mat., 252
-, fam., 104, 173, 223

Bagshaw, Edw., 98

Baker:
-, Hen., 69–70
-, (or Fifield), Rob., 217
-, Wm., 224 n

Baking, 23, 31–32, 62–63, 66, 93, 183; and see Banbury cakes; biscuit- making

Balderton (Notts.), 186

Baldock, Rob., 207

Baldwin (fl. 11th cent.), 234

Baldwin, Ric., Vicar of Cropredy, 170

Ball:
-, Geo., 88
-, —, 193

Ballard, John, Vicar of Cropredy, 170–1

Balscott, see Wroxton

Bamborough (Northumb.), 11

Bampton, 67

Banbury:
-, Geof. of, 61
-, John, see Toky
-, Rob. of, 61

Banbury, Earl of, see Knollys, Wm.

Banbury, 1, 3, 5–127, 156, 160, 186, 191, 210, 218, 226, 242, 246; and see Calthorpe; Easington; Grims- bury; Hardwick; Neithrop; Nethercote; Wickham
-, adv., 95
-, agric., 18, 49–58, 63 n, 71
-, almshouses, 23, 90, 101, 124–6
-, banks, 16, 33, 36, 39, 66–67; and see Cobb's; Gillett and Taw- ney's; Gillett's Bank
-, bars or gates, 21, 25, 29, 73
-, 'Bishop's Palace', 32, †72
-, borough, 5–8, 11–13, 15–18, 19, 20–21, 22, 23–28, 40, 42, 49, 50 n, 58, 69 n, 70–95, 98–99, 121, 125
-, armour, 75
-, arms, 73, 88–89, 88
-, boundaries, 5–6, 18, 19, 21, 23, 25, 70, 72 n, 73, 75, 79–81, 86, 95, 100
-, by-laws, 63, 73–74, 77, 81–82
-, charters, 5, 7, 11, 13, 18, 21, 24, 42, 58–59, 62, 73–82, 88–89, 99
-, corporation and council, 7–8, 10–11, 13–15, 17, 24, 26–27, 30 n, 42, 57–64, 68–69, 73–93, 96 n, 99, 101, 105, 108, 113, 117, 121, 124–5
-, ct., 4 n, 23–24, 58–59, 71–73, 76, 79–81, 83 n
-, electoral wards, 79
-, freedom of, 17, 63, 74–75
-, maces, 8, 75–76, 88
-, magistrates, 24, 73–74, 76, 78, 81, 84, 92, 102, 109–10
-, officers, 9, 11, 73–75, 77, 80–82, 85, 90, 109–10, 118, 125; bridgemasters, 73, 75–76, 125; coroners, 73–74; High Stewards, 18, 74, 80–81, 91, 97; mayors (bailiffs), 7, 9, 11, 31 n, 59–60, 73–77, 79–81, 88–90, 98–99, 109, 118, 121; and see Barford, J. Philips; Barnesley, Wm.; Brayne, Thos.; Clarson, Hen.; Knight, John; Knight, Wm.; Nicholls, Organ; Vivers, Ric. (d. 1643); Walford, Wm.; West, Aholiab; West, John; Wheatley, Nat.; recorders, 74–75, 80–81, 98; reeves, 40, 71–72, 103; town clerks, 73–76, 78, 81 n, 88
-, plate, 76
-, property, 75–76, 79–80
-, seals, 73, 88
-, boundaries, 5–6, 19, 91, 95, 105; and see Banbury, borough
-, bridges, 7, 21, 23–24, 26, 52, 69, 72–73, 75–76, 125
-, Britannia Works, 16, 25, 39, 67–69, 93, 122
-, bus services, 87
-, canal, 12–13, 24–25, 36, 64, 66–67, 83, 158, 160
-, cast., 6, 18, 23, 25, 39–42, 52, 58, 69–70, 73, 89, 95, 109, 124, 215, 229, 233
-, chap. in, 40, 105
-, constables of, 40, 71–72
-, ct. in, 4, 41
-, duty of repairing, 164, 218
-, duty of guarding, 40, 46–47, 71, 214, 239
-, governors of, 9–10
-, in Civil War, 9–10, 24, 41, 74, 102
-, prison in, 40–41, 64, 107
-, royal visits to, 17, 41
-, site (after demolition), 3, 40–42, 82
-, cemeteries, 79, 80 n, 83–84, 93; and see Banbury Burial Board
-, chant., 6, 23, 97, 100, 105
-, chap., 96–97, 100–1, 103–5; and see Banbury, cast.
-, Holy Trinity, 7, 23–24, 105
-, St. Sunday's, 23, 95, 105
-, chaplains, 40, 101
-, char., 73 n, 75, 77–79, 90, 92, 108, 110–11, 113, 115, 124–7
-, charitable socs., 126–7
-, Cherwell area in, †6, 25, 94
-, Cherwell Works, 25, 67
-, ch., 5–7, 10, 12–13, 18, 20, 23, 25, 34, 40, 61, 83–84, 86, 89–90, 95–110, †100, †101, 103, 112, 114, 121, 126; and see Banbury, South Banbury
-, ch. ho., 34, 105, 120–1
-, cinemas, 14–15
-, Civil War in, 9–10, 17, 24, 29, 39, 64, 74–75, 82, 89, 99, 100, 102; and see Banbury, sieges of
-, clubs, 13–17
-, corn exchanges, 14–16, 26, †30, 6o, 87, 114
-, ct., 43, 46, 48, 71–72, 81, 146, 184; and see Banbury, borough
-, court hall, 73
-, crosses, †6, 7–8, 11, 21, 23, 26, 74, 76, 86, 98, 105 n
-, Crouch Hill, 5–6, 28, 44, 50, 52, 57
-, curates of, 95, 97–101, 250
-, dom. archit., 29–34, †30, †31, †32, †33, 35, 36–37, †36, †37, 38, 39
-, electricity supply, 80, 86–87
-, fairs, 7, 42, 58–62, 64, 68, 72–73, 79, 82
-, fee-farm rent, 60, 73–74
-, fields, 18, 50, 71
-, fires, 8, 24–25, 27, 29, 86
-, fire-fighting, 79–80, 86
-, ford, 18, 24
-, gaol, 24, 29–30, 62, †72, 76–77, 79, 81–82, 109, 121
-, gas supply, 79–80, 86–87
-, gas supply, 79–80, 86–87
-, Globe Room, see Banbury, inns, 'Reindeer'
-, guild of St. Mary, 7, 23, 73, 88, 97, 100–1, 124
-, guilds, craft; see Banbury, trade companies
-, hall of pleas, 23–24; and see Banbury, court hall
-, hospitals, 79–80, 84–85; and see Banbury, St. John's Hospital
-, Horton Infirmary (later Hospital), 26, 84, 126
-, house of correction, 24, 77, 82
-, immigration into, 13, 65, 68, 120
-, industrial estate, 27, 69, 80
-, ind., see Banbury, trade and ind.
-, inns, 10, 13, 15–16, 21, 26, 29, 31 n, 34, 39, 60, 68, 87, 91 n, 95, 105, 108, 111, 114, 116
-, 'Altarstone', 8, 117
-, 'Red Lion' ('Lion'), 12, 15–16, 29–30, 60, 87, 109
-, 'Reindeer', 15–16, 29–33, †31; Globe Room in, 30, 32 n, 33
-, 'Three Tuns', 15, 87
-, 'Unicorn', 16, 29 n, 30 n, 31, 33, 65–66
-, Leather Hall, 24, 63–64, 75
-, libraries, 14, 16, III, 113, 115, 122–3
-, literary refs. to, 7–8, 11–12; and see Banbury, rhymes
-, M.P.s for, 11, 13, 46, 74–75, 89–95, 104, 112, 201
-, man., 1, 3, 42–49, 52, 71–72, 124, 135, 139, 229
-, manorial officers, 3, 18, 61, 71–72, 146
-, mkt., 1, 6–8, 10, 13, 18, 20, 27, 40, 42, 58–64, 67–69, 73–76, 78–80, 82, 98
-, Masonic Hall, 16–17
-, Mechanics' Institute, 13–14, 24, 26, 34, 36, 92, 123, 123, 124
-, mills, 21, 23, 36, 40, 57, 69–71, 96
-, missions, 108, 111, 117–20
-, museum, 14
-, named as address, 170, 178, 180, 214–17, 222, 246
-, Newland in, 6, 20, 23, 34, 39, 48, 77, 82, 120
-, newspapers, 17, 66, 84
-, Banbury Advertiser, 17, 69, 84, 93
-, Banbury Guardian, 17, 66, 69, 92
-, nonconf., 11, 13, 16–17, 34. 36, 75–76, 83–84, 91–95, 99, 103, 106, 108–20, 122–4, 173, 182–3, 193, 205, 223, 229, 257
-, origins and growth of town, 5, 6, 10–11, 13, 18, 19, 20–27, 36–37, 50, 58, 61, 68
-, par. officers, 76–78, 83, 86, 98–99, 103, 112, 125–6
-, pk. and baths, 15, 79, 80 n, 87–88, 119
-, parliamentary representation, 5, 7, 11, 13, 73, 74 n, 75–76, 89–95; and see Banbury, M.P.s for
-, pest-houses, 41–42, 82–83
-, place-name, 1, 6
-, police, 24, 79–80, 85–86, 94, 120; and see Banbury, watch
-, poor relief, 62, 75, 76–78, 110–11, 125, 147
-, pop., 6, 10, 13, 25, 27, 68
-, postal services, 87
-, prebendal, 3, 6–7, 21, 48–49, 57, 69, 72, 95–96
-, prebendal ho., 23, 31 n
-, prebendaries of, 21, 88, 95–97, 100; and see Adigheriis, Ugolino de; Barro, Sir Theobald de; Forest, John; Parrye, Harry; Smith, Mat.
-, prehist. rem., 6
-, public health, 79, 80 n, 82–85; and see Banbury Local Board of Health
-, Puritanism, 7–8, 10–11, 13–14, 74, 97–98, 107–9
-, Quarter Sessions, 79, 81
-, races, 15
-, rly. stas., 16, 70, 87
-, rlys., 13, 24–25, 27, 60, 67, 160, 175, 210
-, rates, 58, 77, 79–80
-, rectors of, 53 n, 95–96; and see Banbury, prebendaries of
-, rectory, 52 n, 54, 56, 95–96, 104; and see Banbury, prebend
-, rectory-ho., 23, 95; and see Banbury, prebendal ho.
-, rhymes, 65, 89
-, riots and disturbances, 7, 11–12, 44, 58–59, 61, 79, 81, 91, 97–99, 109
-, roads to, 5, 12, 60, 128, 158, 175, 210, 226
-, Rom. Catholicism, 83, 97, 107–8, 115, 122, 124
-, Rom. rem., 1, 6
-, royal visits, 17, 76
-, St. John's Hospital, 7, 21, 23–24, 29, 44, 49, 71, 108, 178
-, Prior of, 6, 29
-, St. Stephen's Well, 5
-, sch., 7, 13, 45, 79–80, 89, 98–100 105–8, 110–12, 114–18, 120–6, 194, 206, 224; and see Banbury British Schools Soc.; Banbury Sunday School Union
-, Blue Coat School, 24, 82, 90, 121–2, 126
-, British Schools, 13, 15, 36, †36, 122, 124
-, St. John's Hospital School, 7, 23, 98, 120
-, seignorial admin., 71–73
-, sewerage, 79–80, 82–83
-, sieges of, 9–10, 24, 29, 41, 64, 89, 102
-, South Banbury, 100, 105–7
-, curates of, 106
-, sch., 106–7, 122–3
-, vicars of, 96, 106–7, 122–3; and see Burton, F. M.; Forbes, Chas.; Graham-Jones, Chas.; Guinness, Rob.; Mead, Humph.; Spitall, John
-, streets, 12, 20–21, 22, 25, 58, 60–61, 80 n, 85; and see Banbury Paving Commissioners
-, cleansing of, 60, 78–79, 82–85
-, lighting of, 76, 78–79, 80 n, 86
-, medieval, 20–21, 58, 61
-, paving and repair of, 21, 60, 73, 75–79, 85, 89
-, Temperance Hall, 16, 26, 118–19
-, theatre, 14
-, tithes, 48–50, 54, 57–58, 62, 69, 95–96, 106, 110
-, town halls, frontispiece, 14, 16, 24–26, 33, †33, 41, 60, †72, 82, 86, 120
-, trade and ind., 6–8, 10–13, 25, 27, 39, 57, 61–69, 75, 105, 245; and see Banbury ale; Banbury cakes; Banbury cheese
-, trade companies, 63–64, 75
-, vestry, 75–78, 82–83, 85–86, 125–6
-, vicarage, 89, 96–97
-, vicarage-ho., 23–24, 29 n, †32, 82, 96, 100
-, vicars of, 10, 77 n, 95–100, 104–6, 108–10, 112, 125, 168, 243; and see Asplin, Wm.; Back, Hen.; Bracebridge, Thos.; Brancaster, Ric.; Diestere, John; Howes, John; Knight, John; Lamb, John; Lamb, Mat.; Lancaster, Thos.; Loveling, Benjamin; Pitt, John; Porter, Canon Chas. Fleetwood; Wardle, John; Wells, Sam.; Whateley, Wm.; Wilson, Wm.
-, watch, 75, 78–80, 85
-, water-supply, 5, 37, 79–80, 82–83
-, Winter Gardens, 15
-, Wool Hall, 24, 62–63, 75–76, 78, 82
-, workhouses, 24, 77–78, 82, 125; and see Banbury Poor Law Union, workhouse

Banbury, barony of, 6, 42 n

Banbury ale, 7, 63

Banbury and Cheltenham Direct Railway, 13

Banbury and District Supply Co., 87

Banbury Anti-Slavery Soc., 92, 111

Banbury Board of Guardians, see Banbury Poor Law Union

Banbury Brewery Co., 68

Banbury British Schools Soc., 92, 111

Banbury Burial Board, 79, 84

Banbury cakes, 7–8, 17, 63
-, 'Original Banbury Cakeshop', 31, 92

Banbury cheese, 6–8, 63

Banbury Church Building Trustees, 12 n, 13, 103, 112

Banbury Conservative Assoc., 92

Banbury Constitutional Assoc., 90

Banbury Co-operative Soc., 16, 85, 161, 163

Banbury Cross Works, 65

Banbury forinsec, 55, 71

Banbury Freehold Land Soc., 26

Banbury Gas Light and Coke Co., 79, 86

Banbury hund., 1–7, 2, 40–42, 50, 71–72, 127, 135, 147, 167, 181, 213, 229

Banbury Lane, 5–6

Banbury Linen Co., 39

Banbury Local Board of Health, 24, 78–80, 83–87

Banbury Methodist Circuit, 117, 173 n

Banbury Nursing Assoc., 127

Banbury Parliamentary Constituency, 5, 91, 95

Banbury Paving Commissioners, 12–13, 76, 78–80, 82–83, 85–86

Banbury Peculiar, 63, 96–98, 162

Banbury Poor Law Union, 168, 190, 203, 210, 221, 246
-, Board of Guardians, 26, 80, 83
-, workhouse, 26, 34, 78, 84

Banbury Recreation Ground and Bathing Co., 87

Banbury Reform Assoc., 91–92

Banbury Rural District Council, 185, 211

Banbury Sick Poor Fund, 127

Banbury soke, beadle of, 72 n; and see Bette

Banbury Sunday School Union, 120

Banbury Tea Warehouses Ltd., 69

Banbury Temperance Soc., 92–94, 111

Banbury Tweed Co., 65, 68

Banbury United Liberal Assoc., 95

Banbury Water Co., 79, 83

Banbury Working Men's Assoc., 14, 92, 95

Banbury Working Men's Conservative Assoc., 94

Banbury Working People's Assoc., 84

Bangor, Bp. of, see Shrewsbury, Rob. of

Banking, 45, 65, 91, 93, 111, 113, 171; and see Banbury, banks; Oxford, bank

Ban(n)a (O.E. personal name), 6

Banningham (Norf.), 6

Baptist Building Fund, 257

Baptist Missionary Soc., 117

Baptists, 36, 83, 91–94, 108, 112, 114–17, 120, 123, 131, 154, 183, 221, 257

Barber:
-, Anne, see Waldo
-, Cath., 54
-, Edw., 43
-, John (fl. 1760), 43
-, John (d. 1817), 43, 48, 50
-, John (d. 1854), 43, 48–49
-, Rob. (fl. 1638), 43
-, Rob. (fl. 1686), 43, 49, 70
-, Susan, m. Rob. Wells, 43
-, Wm., 43, 70
-, fam., 43, 49, 53, 70

Barford, J. Philips, Mayor of Banbury, 67, 88

Barkham, Sir Rob., 233

Barnard, —, Vicar of Cropredy, 170 n

Barnes (Barns):
-, Jas., 68
-, Ric., 223

Barnesley:
-, John, 15, 180
-, Wm., Bailiff of Banbury, 73, 180

Barns, see Barnes

Barns, notable, 23, 48, 95–96, 161, 198, 227, †227, 238

Barr:
-, Geo., Vicar of Cropredy, 173
-, Mrs., 173

Barrett's (Sun) Brewery, 68

Barristers, see lawyers

Barro, Theobald de, Prebendary of Banbury, Bp. of Liège, 97 n

Barrows and Carmichael, 67

Barry, John, 137

Barton:
-, Phil. of, Rector of Charlbury, 149
-, Thos., Vicar of Cropredy, 169
-, Wm., 61

Barton, Steeple, 188, 237

Basket-making, see textile trades, weaving

Bass Charrington group, 68

Basset (Bassett):
-, Fulk (fl. 1168), 232
-, Fulk (fl. c. 1200), 214
-, John, 214
-, Ralph, 138
-, Ric., and his w. Parnel, 232
-, Rob. (fl. 1279), 214, 232
-, Rob. (fl. early 14th cent., ? same as above), 214
-, Wm. (fl. before 1166), 214, 232
-, Wm. (fl. 1247), 214
-, fam., 214, 232

Bateman, Thos., 236

Bates, T. C., & Son, 205

Bath stone, 107, 119; and see Combe Down

Bathurst, Edw., Vicar of Cropredy, 170, 174

Battles and other military incidents, 9, 12, 85, 198, 206; and see Banbury, sieges of; Cropredy Bridge; Edgcott, Danes Moor; Edgehill; Evesham; Oxford, siege of; Radcot Bridge

Bauer, M. E., 233

Baughen (Baughan):
-, Geo., 154
-, Thos., 65
-, fam., 108

Baumber (Lincs.), 61 n

Baxter, John, 102 n

Bayliss, Edw., 56

Beale:
-, J. H., 124
-, Seymour, 124
-, fam., 124

Beane, Mr., 123

Beans, 57, 190, 219, 244

Bear-baiting, 15

Beauchamp:
-, Eliz., Lady Bergavenny, 61
-, Guy de, Earl of Warwick, 200–1, 235 n
-, Thos. de (fl. 1331), Earl of Warwick, 200
-, Thos. de (fl. 1401), 235 n

Beaufort, Marg., Ctss. of Richmond and Derby, 149

Beaufort, Dchss. of, see Somerset, Charlotte

Beaumont:
-, Hen. de, Earl of Warwick, 235
-, Marg. de, Ctss. of Warwick, m. 1 John Marshall, 2 John de Plessis, 235
-, Rob. de, Count of Meulan, 234
-, Thos. de, Earl of Warwick, 235
-, fam., 235

Beaupleader, 2

Becket, Rog., and his w. Alice, 200

Bedding manufacturers, see textile, trades

Bedford, dukes of, see Lancaster, John of; Tudor, Jasper

Beecham, Thos., 162

Beere, Eliz., 186

Bees, 143, 242

Beesley:
-, Alfred, 11, 18, 23–24, 29, 48, 92, 100 n, 105, 111
-, Eliz., 111
-, Sam., 92
-, fam., 111

Belden, A. D., 115

Belgrade (Yugoslavia), 232

Bell, Chas., 94

Bellfounders, see Bagley, Hen.; Bagley, Mat.; Bagley, fam.; Briant, John; Rudhall, Abraham; Warner, Messrs.

Benedict, priest of Cropredy, 168 n

Benefit societies, see friendly and benefit societies

Bengal Civil Service, 177

Bentley, Rob., 103

Benwell, Sam., 119

Beoly (Worcs.), 237

Berchesdon, Sim. de, 235

Bereford:
-, Hugh de, 200
-, John de, 199
-, Margery, m. Edm. Waldyff, 200
-, Ralph de, 200–1
-, Rob. de (fl. 1236), 199
-, Rob. de (fl. 1327), 200
-, Rob. de (fl. 1342, ? same as above), 200
-, Rob. (d. 1394), 200
-, Rog. de, 199–200
-, fam., 199

Bergavenny, Lady, see Beauchamp, Eliz.

Berkeley, Maurice, 201

Berkshire, Ld. Lieut. of, see Knollys, Sir Wm.

Bernard:
-, Thos., 139
-, Wm., 139

Berner:
-, A. B. M., 178
-, Eliz., see Jeffs

Bessemer, Hen., 65

Bette, beadle of Banbury soke, 7

Beysand, Thos., 180

Bicester, 112

Binding, service of, 140

Bingo, 15

Bird, Alfred, & Sons Ltd., 27, 69

Birinus, St., 6

Birley, Geo., 223

Birmingham:
-, Agnes, see Thompson
-, Anne of, m. 1 Ric. Atkinson, 2 Ant. Ashfield, 233
-, Edw. of, 233
-, Eliz. of, w. of Fulk, m. 2 Wm. Coleson, 233
-, Fulk of, 232–3
-, Hen. of, 233
-, John of, 232–3
-, Marg. of, w. of Wm. (d. 1500), m. 2 Wal. Bulstrode, 233
-, Maud of, see Gatecumbe
-, Nic. of, 233
-, Wm. of (d. 1263), 232
-, Wm. of (d. 1265), 232
-, Wm. of (d. by 1300), 232
-, Wm. of (d. c. 1345), 232
-, Wm. of (s. of above), 233
-, Wm. of (d. 1426), 233
-, Wm. of (d. 1478), 233
-, Wm. of (d. 1500), 233
-, Wm. of (d. c. 1554), 233
-, fam., 239

Birmingham, 12, 27, 39, 64, 67, 69, 83, 134, 144
-, City Council, 27
-, man., 232, 233 n
-, named as address, 16, 67, 115
-, rly. from Banbury to, 13, 175
-, Selly Pk., 108

Biscuit-making, 70

Bishop, Hannah, 243

Black Death, see plague

Blackburn, Wm., Vicar of Charlbury, 150 n

Blacking manufacture, 66–67, 93

Bladon, 61

Blagden, R. T., curate of Claydonwith-Mollington, 186

Blagrove:
-, Geo., 217
-, fam., 217

Blaise, Bp. of Armenia, 212, 229

Blake, Francis, 237

Blandford, Marquess of, see Spencer Churchill, John

Blandford Park, see Cornbury Park

Blencowe, John, 187

Bletchingdon, 207
-, stone, 106, 114

Blinkhorn, T. J. H., 14–15

Bliss, Mr. and Mrs., 154

Blisworth (Northants.), 160

Bloet, Rob., Bp. of Lincoln, 48, 50, 96, 135, 164, 168

Blomfield, Sir Arthur, 104

Bloodsworth, J., 116

Bloxham:
-, Adam of, 138
-, John (fl. 1311), 236 n
-, John of (d. 1331, ? same as above), 46
-, John (d. 1715), 34 n
-, John (fl. 1734), 34
-, Wm. of, 46

Bloxham, 34, 46, 50 n, 112, 200, 232
-, Milcombe in, 50 n, 200

Bloxham and District Water Co., 83

Bloxham hund., 1, 3, 62, 157, 197, 202 n

Blund (Albus):
-, Jas. (fl. 1235), 138
-, Jas. (fl. 1366), and his w. Joan, 138
-, Wm. le (fl. 1235), 138
-, Wm. (fl. 1279), 138–9, 239
-, fam., 138

Boat-building, 12, 66

Boating, 132, 146

Boddington (Northants.), 185
-, Lower, 189
-, Upper, 185

Bodicote, Edm., 236

Bodicote, in Adderbury, 5, 47, 49, 79–80, 83, 126
-, named as address, 125, 188
-, nonconf., 116
-, road to, 226
-, Weeping Cross, 59

Boer War, 104

Bolton:
-, Ann, 154
-, Dan., 143
-, Edw. (fl. 1775), and his w. Hannah, 154
-, Edw. (fl. 1847), 143
-, Wm., 134, 143
-, Mrs., 157
-, fam., 133

Bolton & Partners, 144; and see Boulton & Sons

Bolton (Lancs.), 26 n, 119

Bonham, —, 222

Booksellers, 65–66, 114

Boon–works, 53, 55, 239

Booth, Eva, 120

Boothby:
-, Sir Brooke, 162
-, Eliz., m. And. Corbet, 195 n
-, Sir Hen., 162, 195
-, Judith, w. of Wm. (fl. 16th cent.), m. 2 — Austen, 3 Sir Ric. Corbet, 162, 195–6
-, Thos. (d. 1651), 195
-, Thos. (fl. 1674), 188, 195
-, Wm. (fl. 16th cent.), 195
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1673), 167
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1787), 161–2, 166
-, fam., 163, 165–7, 188–9, 195 n

Borton, fam., 178

Boston (Lincs.), 61–62

Boulton & Sons, 26; and see Bolton & Partners

Bourton (Great and Little Bourton), in Cropredy, 56, 71, 158, 160, 173, 175–184, 206, 214, 216–18
-, adv., 182
-, agric., 45, 54–55, 71, 163, 178–80, 219
-, boundaries, 5, 79–80, 157, 175
-, Bourton, Great, 3–4, 54–55, 157–8, 160, 165, 173, †174, 175–84, 187, 197, 209
-, Bourton, Little, 3–4, 54–55, 157–8, 175–85, 209, 213
-, Bourton Ho., 167, 176, 197
-, canal, 158, 175–6, 180
-, chap., see Bourton, ch.
-, char., 174, 184
-, ch. (formerly chap.), 168, 170–1, †174, 175–6, †175, 181–4
-, curates, 181
-, dom. archit., 175–6
-, farms, 176, 180
-, fields, 179–80
-, glebe, 169, 176, 180
-, inc., 163, 179–80
-, ind., 167, 180
-, inns, 176
-, man., 162, 176–9, 187, 207, 213, 232
-, man.hos., 176
-, mills, 71, 180
-, Slat Mill, 162, 167 n, 175, 180, 181 n, 220
-, named as address, 165, 170, 173, 181, 197
-, nonconf., 171, 173, 176, 181–4, 193
-, par. officers, 173, 181, 184
-, poor relief, 181, 184
-, pop., 165, 175, 181 n, 185, 198
-, roads to, 160, 175
-, Rom. rem., 158
-, sch., 174, †174, 176, 178, 181–4
-, tithes, 169, 179–80
-, vicarage, 181
-, vicarage-ho., 182
-, vicars of, 182; and see Cubitt, C.; Highton, Alfred
-, water-supply, 175

Bowl, Jos. Albany, 132

Bowles, Thos. Gibson, 95

Bowling, 15, 32

Bowyer, 70

Boxing, 15

Brabourne:
-, John (d. 1726), Vicar of Charlbury, 143, 150
-, John (s. of above), 148
-, Marg., w. of John (d. 1726), 148

Bracebridge, Thos., Vicar of Banbury, 7–8, 15, 74 n, 97–98, 107

Brackley (Northants), 67, 119, 208

Bradford, Sam., 70

Bradley, Francis, 224 n

Bradshaw, Phil., 56, 71

Bradshaw & Son, 71

Brailes, John of, 201

Brailes (Warws.), 12, 64, 66, 101 n
-, Fraternity of, 245

Braine, see Brayne

Braithwaite (Brathwait):
-, J. B., 111
-, Ric., 8
-, W. C., 111

Bramshill, see Eversley

Brancaster:
-, John (fl. 1318), 44
-, Sir John (d. by 1392), 44–45, 100
-, Marg., w. of John (d. by 1392), 44, 100
-, Ric. (fl. 1300), Vicar of Banbury, 44 97
-, Ric. (fl. 1394), 44
-, fam., 44

Brasenose College, Oxford, 154–5, 161–6, 177–8, 182, 202, 209, 232

Brasses, see monumental brasses

Brathwait, see Braithwaite

Bray, John, 206

Brayne (Braine):
-, Hen., 87
-, Thos. (fl. 1831), Mayor of Banbury, 91
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1860). 87
-, Wm., 87

Bread, assize of, 72–73

Bret:
-, John le, 199
-, Sarah le, see Chesterton

Brethren, 115, 116 n, 119–20, 205

Brewerton (later Hirons), John Hirons, 217

Brewing, 6–7, 39, 42, 57, 66–68, 92, 108, 116, 118, 131, 144, 154, 187, 213

Briant, John, 104

Brick-making, 34, 144

Briddesthorne, Sim. de, 235

Bridge hermit, 24

Bridge-repair, service of, 142

Bridges, major, see Banbury; Crop- redy Bridge

Bridges, Thos., and his w. Joanna, 152

Bridgwater, dukes of, see Egerton

Brightwell:
-, Edw., 125
-, Thos., 70

Bristol, 29 n, 64–65, 109
-, Bp. of, see Searchfield, Roland

Britannia Works, see Banbury

Brocas:
-, Ann Dolly, see Pigott
-, Bernard, 104

Brocket Hall (Herts.), 44

Brome:
-, Eliz., see Palmer
-, Rob. (fl. early 15th cent.), 231 n
-, Rob. (fl. 1484), 231
-, Wm., 231
-, fam., 231

Bromwich, West (Staffs.), 68, 107

Brook, Ld., see Greville, Rob.

Brooke, see Sergison-Brooke

Brookhampton, see Kineton

Brooks:
-, Thos., 146
-, Wm., 188

Brotherton:
-, Marg. of, m. John of Segrave, 213
-, Thos. of, 213

Broughton:
-, Thos. of, 236
-, fam., 236

Broughton, 191
-, Broughton Castle, 178, 238
-, Broughton Grange, 71
-, curate of, 250
-, inc., 241
-, man., 233
-, named as address, 8, 73–74, 89, 98, 188, 215, 233
-, 'Salt Street', 226
-, sch., 124

Brouncker, Edw., Vicar of Cropredy, 170

Brounflete:
-, Edw., 187
-, Joan, see Raleigh

Brown (Browne):
-, John, Vicar of Charlbury, and his w. Marg., 148
-, Mary, ? w. of Wm. (d. 1672), 148
-, Ric., 131
-, Talbot, 107
-, Wm. (d. 1611), 194
-, Wm. (d. 1672), Vicar of Charlbury, 148, 150

Brownists, 8, 99

Brownsill, John, 104, 126

Bruern, 46
-, Abbey, 227, 236 n, 238–9, 245
-, Abbot of, 240

Bruton, Edw., 24

Bryan, Thos., 201

Bryceson, —, organ-builders, 104 n

Bryden, Wm., 68

Buck, Chas., 114

Buckerfield, Edw., 188

Buckeridge, C., 152

Buckingham, 12

Buckinghamshire, 7

Buckinghamshire Railway, 13, 67

Budbrooke (Warws.), Budbrooke Ho., 215

Bugg, Francis, 110

Building trades, 34, 36, 66, 220
-, builders, 34, 67, 167; and see Bloxham, John (d. 1715); Brayne, Hen.; Brayne, Thos. (fl. c. 1860); Chesterman,—; Claridge, —; Cook, Chas.; Cowley, Messrs.; Danby and Taylor; Davies, J. &T.; Davies, John; Franklin, Hen.; Franklin, Messrs.; Hope, Jos.; Kibble, John; Kimberley, Albert; Kimberley, J. S.; Kimberley,—; Kimberley & Son; Orchard, —; Pain & Bartlett, Messrs.; Pears, —Taylor, John; Townsend & Weston; Willeys, Master; Wilson, Ric.
-, carpenters, 63, 66, 118, 166, 186, 193, 212 n, 220, 222, 230, 238, 241, 244
-, masons, 144, 167, 220, 223, 246; and see Boulton & Sons; Thorpe and Ponder; Town- send & Weston; Winchcombe, Ric.
-, pargetting, 30, †30

Buildwas (Salop.), Abbot of, 7

Builli, see Busli

Bull:
-, Alban, 219
-, Wm. (fl. 1694), 197
-, Wm. (fl. 1762), 219
-, fam., 54, 212

Bull-baiting, 15, 132

Bulstrode:
-, Marg., see Birmingham
-, W., 233 n
-, Wal., 233

Bumphrey:
-, Francis, 122
-, John, 122

Bunce, Dan., 153

Bunton, Wm., 114

Burdrop, in Swalcliffe, 225, 228, 229; and see Sibford Gower with Sibford Ferris and Burdrop
-, agric., 240–4
-, boundaries, 225, 248
-, char., 259–60
-, green, 229
-, inc., 241
-, ind., 245
-, inns, 229
-, named as address, 242
-, nonconf., 256–7
-, sch., 257
-, tithes, 237, 249

Burford, 12, 29, 30 n, 68, 128

Burgages, 18, 20, 49, 56, 61, 73, 105

Burghersh, Hen., Bp. of Lincoln, 39, 50, 58, 162

Burghley, Ld., see Cecil, Wm.

Burne, Phil. de, 72 n

Bumham, H. B., 196

Burrowes, Ric., 78

Burton:
-, F.M., Vicar of South Banbury, 107
-, Hannah, 54
-, —, 102

Burton Dasset (Warws.), 174

Busby:
-, Ric., 31
-, Ric. (? another), 31 n
-, fam., 153

Busli (Builli):
-, Cecily de, see Bussei
-, Idony de, m. Rob. de Vipont, 207
-, John de, 207

Bussei (Busseie, Bussey):
-, Bart. de, 207
-, Cecily de, m. John de Busli, 207
-, Maud de, see Wake
-, Wal. de, 207
-, Wm. de, 207
-, fam., 187

Bustard:
-, Ant., 47
-, Wm., 47

Buswell:
-, John, 188–9
-, Martin, 188–90
-, fam., 188, 192

Butchers, 23, 61–64, 66–67, 118, 166, 178, 182, 220

Bute, Marquess of, see Crichton-Stuart

Butler:
-, Adam, 138
-, (later Butler-Danvers), Augustus Ric., 208
-, Eliz., Ctss. of Arran, 125
-, Geo., 193n
-, John, 162 n, 214
-, Mary, see Danvers
-, Sim. (fl. 1696), 193
-, Sim. (s. of above), 193
-, fam., 193 n, 214

Butlin:
-, G. A., 188
-, W. B., 188

Byfield, Messrs., and Co., 104

Byng, John, 11, 102

Byshopsden:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Palmer, 231
-, Philippa, m. Sir Wm. Catesby, 231
-, Philippa, see Willicotes
-, Sir Wm., 231

C

Cabinet-making, 66

Cadbury:
-, Jas., 106, 111, 117
-, Ric., and his w. Eliz., 111

Caen (Calvados, France), stone, 106

Cagchelewe, see Kachelewe

Cage (? punitive instrument), 41, 73, 82

Calais (Pas-de-Calais, France), 62 Calais Staple, 62

Calcott:
-, Alice, w. of Wal., 172
-, Judith, m. Geo. Chambre, 216
-, Toby, 212
-, Wal., 125, 160 n, 172, 174, 194, 206, 214, 216, 219, 223
-, fam., 172, 217, 224

Calthorpe, in Banbury, 3, 5, 11, 18, 23, 25, 28, 49, 51, 56, 69, 71–72
-, agric., 11, 18, 25, 49–50, 52–57
-, boundaries, 5 n, 23, 49
-, Calthorpe Ho., 3, 23, 28–29, 36, 44–45, 50, 52–53, 112
-, fields, 18, 28, 44, 49–50, 51, 52–54, 71, 95, 105
-, glebe, 95
-, inc., 28, 52, 56
-, man., 25, 36–37, 42–45, 49–50, 52–53, 231
-, named as address, 97, 208, 214
-, par. officers, 5 n, 9
-, place-name, 18
-, pop., 27–28
-, tithes, 96

Calvinism, 108, 112, 114, 116

Cambridge University, 98

Camden, Wm., 8

Camm, John, and his w. Mabel, 109

Campbell, John, 11

Campbellites, see Disciples of Christ

Campden, Giles, 136

Campden, Chipping (Glos.), 29 n

Canada, 68, 135, 144
-, company from, 68–69

Caniziani, Gerard, 62

Canning, Sarah, 152

Cannon, H. L., 178

Canterbury, abps. of, see Laud, Wm.; Winchelsey, Rob.

Caperun:
-, Hen. (fl. 1185), 231
-, Hen. (d. by 1223), 231
-, Thos., 138, 231, 245
-, fam., 231

Cardboard-box manufacture, 66

Carew:
-, Sir Edm., 47
-, Margery, see Dynham

Carey, Hen., 11

Carleton:
-, Eliz., see Mohun
-, Geo., 46

Carpenters, see building trades

Carriers, 12, 66–67, 87

Carrying, service of, 53, 140, 239

Carter:
-, Anna Tobina, see Chauncy
-, Felix, 189
-, Martha, 213
-, Ric., 189
-, Thos., 213
-, Thos. Ric., 213
-, Miss, 224

Cartwright:
-, A. R. T., 213
-, A. T. C., 213, 218
-, Sir Fairfax, 195–6
-, John, 195
-, R. A., 213, 217
-, Thos., 195
-, W. R., and his w. Julia Frances, 213
-, Mrs., 224
-, fam., 195, 197, 211, 219–20

Cary-Elwes, Albert, Vicar of Finstock with Fawler, 153

Cash, John, 66

Castle, Sarah, 137

Castle-guard, duty of, see Banbury, cast.

Castle-repair, duty of, see Banbury, cast.

Caswell:
-, John, Vicar of Swalcliffe, 250, 252, 254, 260 n
-, fam., 252

Catesby:
-, Eliz., w. of Geo., m. 2 Sir Thos. Lucy, 231
-, Geo., 231
-, Philippa, see Byshopsden
-, Sir Ric., 231
-, Sir Wm. (fl. mid 15th cent.), 231
-, Wm. (d. 1485), and his w. Marg., 231

Caton, Ralph, 204

Catryk, John, Prebendary of Cropredy, 169

Cave, Chas., 67

Cavendish-Bentick, Wm. Hen.

Cavendish, Duke of Portland, 12

Caversham, 216

Cecil:
-, Edw., Vct. Wimbledon, and his w. Sophia, 233
-, Wm., Ld. Burghley, 97 n, 98, 229

Ceorl (O.E. personal name), 128

Certainty money, 3–4

Chacombe:
-, Amabel of, m. Gil. of Segrave, 213
-, Godfrey of, 213
-, Hugh of, 213
-, Mat. of, 213
-, Rob. of, 177, 213
-, fam., 177, 213

Chacombe (Northants.), 40, 163, 173, 212
-, named as address, 178, 188, 223, 252
-, Priory, 6, 49, 91, 178, 213, 217 canons of, 239
-, priors of, 21, 178, 239, 248
-, rly. sta., 160, 210
-, road to, 210

Chadlington, in Charlbury, 127–8, 137, 148–50, 153–4

Chamberlain (Chamberlayne):
-, Cath., 234
-, (later Denton), Constance, w. of Geo. (d. 1757), 210, 215, 219, 225
-, E. H., 218
-, (later Denton), Eliz., m. Wenman Coke, 215
-, Geo. (d. 1698), 214–15
-, Geo. (d. 1703), 215
-, (later Denton), Geo. (d. 1757), 210, 215, 223
-, Jas., 214
-, John, 135–7, 141–2, 146
-, Penelope, m. Sir Rob. Dashwood, 47, 234
-, Rebecca, m. Edw. Hughes, 217–18
-, Ric. (d. by 1693), 214–15
-, Ric. (d. 1719), 215
-, Rob. (fl. 1590), 135–7, 139, 146, 148
-, Rob. (fl. 1606), 221
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1625), 47, 56, 213–14, 220, 234
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1643), 214, 234
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1682), 47, 55, 234, 252
-, Thos. (d. 1782), 217
-, Thos. (d. 1892), 218, 222
-, Wm., 139, 141
-, Mrs., 223
-, fam., 47, 55, 103, 211, 215, 217–19, 223
-, and see Hughes-Chamberlain

Chamberlin:
-, John, 161, 163, 166, 173, 178, 202, 213
-, W. H., 163, 167–8, 178

Chambre:
-, Calcott (d. 1592), 173, 216
-, Calcott (fl. 1602, 1633), 74, 173, 180, 187, 206, 214, 216–17, 220
-, Geo., 213–14, 216, 224
-, Judith, see Calcott
-, Lucy, see Gobert
-, Mr., 184
-, fam., 170 n, 214, 216

Chantries, see Banbury; Cropredy; Lea; Swalcliffe

Chapbooks, 65

Charity of St. Paul, see Sisters of Charity of St. Paul

Charlbury, 1, 3, 50, 127–57, †128, 130; and see Chadlington; Fawler; Finstock; Shorthampton; Walcot
-, adv., 148–9
-, agric., 127, 135, 139–44, 146
-, Baywell, 128, 131
-, boundaries, 127, 148
-, bridge, 128
-, chap., 149
-, char., 134, 156–7
-, charitable socs., 150, 157
-, ch., †128, 148–52
-, ch.-ho., 136, 146, 151, 156
-, cinema, 132
-, clubs, 132, 134
-, Corner Ho., †129, 131–2
-, ct., 72 n, 135, 142, 146, 151
-, cross, 129
-, curates of, 134, 150, 157
-, customs (traditional), 134
-, dom. archit., 129–32, 136
-, fairs, 132, 144–6
-, farms, 143
-, fields, 140, 142
-, fire brigade, 133
-, glebe, 148–50
-, Hixet Wood, 129, 131–2
-, inc., 142–3
-, ind., 129, 131, 144
-, inns, 129, 131–2, 134, 145, 147, 150
-, Lee Place, 131–4, 136–7, 142
-, Lee's Rest, 128–9, 132, 134, 136–7, 142–3
-, library, 132, 150
-, man., 135–7, 146, 148, 156
-, man.-hos., 135–6, 141, 146, 151, 154, 156
-, mkt., 129, 140, 144–6
-, mills, 139, 141, 146
-, museum, 132
-, named as address, 137, 141, 143
-, nonconf., 131, 150, 153–5
-, par. council and meeting, 132–3, 147
-, par. officers, 133, 146–7, 149–50, 152, 156
-, pest-ho., 147
-, place-name, 1, 128
-, Playing Close, 129, †129, 131–2, 145, 155–6
-, poor relief, 127, 147, 156
-, pop., 129
-, prehist. rem., 1, 128
-, rly. sta., 128
-, rectors of, 148–9
-, rectory, 137, 148
-, roads and streets, 127–9, 133
-, Rom. Catholicism, 153
-, Rom. rem., 1, 128
-, sch., 131, 150–1, 153–6
-, Tapwell in, 3, 127–8, 133–4, 138, 140
-, tithes, 137, 148–9
-, town hall, 132
-, town lands, 145, 156
-, vicarage, 148
-, vicarage-ho., 131, 148–9
-, vicars of, 143, 149–50, 152; and see Blackburn, Wm.; Brabourne, John; Browne, John; Browne, Wm.; Coles, Wm.; Downer, Thos.; Fulkes, Thos.; Hutchinson, Ralph; King, Rob.; Lloyd, Hugh; Luck, Jas.; Russell, S. D.; Sale, Wm.; Sandwich, Wal.; Searchfield, Roland; Seward, Wm.; Silver, Thos.; Smith, A. C.; Stoddart, W. Wellwood; West, C. F. C.; Whitstone, Jas.
-, water-supply, 129, 132
-, woodland, 127, 136, 139–42
-, workhouse, 147, 156

Charlbury Exhibition Foundation, 151, 154

Charlbury Soc., 132

Charlbury Temperance Soc., 132

Charlbury Water Works Co., 132

Charles I, 9–10, 17–18, 40–42, 99, 162, 198, 212, 219

Charles II, 145, 207
-, as Prince of Wales, 17

Charlotte, Queen, w. of George III, 250

Chartists, 92–93

Chaucer:
-, Thos., poet, 40
-, Thos. (fl. 1411), 40

Chauncy:
-, Anna Maria, 213
-, Anna Tobina, m. Thos. Ric. Carter, 213
-, Toby (fl. 1705), 89 n
-, Toby (fl. 1729, s. of above), 89–90
-, Wm. Hen., 213, 225

Chaworthe:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Cope (fl. 1540), 46
-, Sir Geo., 46

Checkley:
-, Hawtin, 56
-, Wm., 224 n
-, fam., 177–8

Cheese-making, 48, 60, 202; and see Banbury cheese

Cheltenham (Glos.), 12, 14, 26

Cheney (Chesney):
-, Geo. Gardner, 66
-, John (d. 1808), 33, 65–66
-, John (fl. 1878), 66
-, Rob. de, Bp. of Lincoln, 58, 96, 195, 207, 214, 232
-, Thos., 65
-, fam., 65

Cheney & Sons, 33, 69

Cherwell, riv., 23, 44, 49, 52, 88, 158, 172, 207, 216
-, as boundary, 5, 160, 175, 206, 210
-, as water-supply, 83, 163
-, crossings of, 1, 6–7, 18, 21, 23, 75 n, 206, 210
-, feeders of, 157–8, 211, 225
-, fishing rights in, 43
-, mill-cuts on, 69, 167
-, pollution of, 82–83
-, valley of, 158, 164

Chesney, see Cheney

Chester, 30 n

Chesterman, —, 24, 114

Chesterton:
-, Ralph of, 199
-, Rob. of, 199
-, Sarah of, m. John le Bret, 199
-, fam., 199

Chetwode, Sir R., 81 n

Chevauchesul:
-, Emma, m. — Danvers, 231
-, Maud, m. Peter Talemasch, 231
-, Rob., 138, 231

Chicago (U.S.A.), 192

Childs, Gil., 137

Chilson, see Shorthampton

Chipping Campden, see Campden, Chipping

Chipping Norton, see Norton, Chipping

Chipping Warden, see Warden, Chipping

Chislehampton, 44

Cholera, 82–83

Christ Church, Oxford, 49, 162, 164, 195, 217, 235–6, 243, 245–6
-, censors of, 170
-, Dean and Chapter of, 189

Christian, Ewan W., 172, 222

Christian Scientists, 120

Church furnishers, see Heaton, Butler, & Bayne; Rogers & Surman, Messrs.

Church rates, 12, 83–84, 93, 108–10, 117, 150, 173, 253

Churchill:
-, John, 87
-, and see Spencer Churchill

Churchill:
-, Dowager Lady, see Spencer, Frances
-, Lady, see Spencer, Jane
-, Lds., 129; and see Spencer, Francis Almeric; Spencer, Francis Geo.; Spencer, Victor

Ciometals Ltd., 69

Cirencester (Glos.), 49

Clare:
-, Eleanor de, 201
-, Gil. de, Earl of Gloucester, 232
-, John de (d. 1324), 178
-, John de (fl. 1331), 178
-, John de (fl. 1377, ? same as above), 201
-, fam., 179

Clarence, dukes of, see Plantagenet, Geo.; William IV

Clarendon, Earl of, see Hyde, Edw.

Claridge:
-, Chris., 178
-, Geo., 122
-, John (fl. c. 1660), 180
-, John (fl. c. 1700), 180
-, Ric., 221
-, Thos., 205
-, Wm., 182–3
-, —, 37, 105
-, fam., 178

Clarke, Caleb, 116–17

Clarks (Banbury) Ltd., 70

Clarson:
-, Hen., Mayor of Banbury, 74 n
-, John, 221
-, fam., 178

Clattercote, John of, 197 n

Clattercote (extra-parochial place), 3, 157–8, 185, 194–7; and see Claydon-with-Clattercote
-, agric., 197
-, boundaries, 184, 194
-, fields, 197
-, inc., 189, 197
-, man., 162, 189, 195–7, 201, 213
-, named as address, 167, 173, 180, 197
-, poor relief, 197
-, pop., 195
-, Priory, †175, 195–6
-, attack on, 199
-, estates of, 21, 49, 164, 178, 186–9, 195–6, 201, 207, 214, 217
-, Priors of, 178, 197
-, reservoir, 160, 194–5, 198
-, road to, 206
-, tithes, 169
-, water-supply, 195

Claverdon (Warws.), Claverdon Lodge, 208

Claydon, Ric. of, 187 n

Claydon, in Cropredy, 3–4, 157–8, 160, 164–5, 179, 184–94
-, adv., 191
-, agric., 188–9
-, boundary, 184
-, canal, 158, 185
-, char., 194
-, ch., 168–71, 181, 185, 191
-, ch. room, 186, 193
-, Claydon Hill, 15
-, curacy, 191–2, 204; and see Claydon-with-Mollington
-, curates of, 170, 191–2, 204, 221; and see Claydon, vicars (titular) of
-, dom. archit., 185
-, farms, 186–90
-, fields, 185, 189, 197
-, glebe, 169, 189, 191, 193
-, inc., 186, 188
-, ind., 184
-, inns, 186
-, man., 162, 186–90, 195, 214, 216 n
-, man.-ho., 185
-, named as address, 197
-, nonconf., 173, 192–3, 205
-, par. officers, 170, 190–1, 194
-, poor relief, 157, 190–1
-, pop., 185–6, 190
-, pound, 186, 191
-, roads to, 160, 194–5, 198
-, sch., 186, 193–4
-, tithes, 169, 186, 189
-, vestry, 191
-, vicarage-ho., 192–3
-, vicars (titular) of, 192, 194; and see Palmer, G. W.; Symes-Thompson, Francis
-, wake, 192 n
-, water-supply, 184, 186

Claydon and Clattercote School Board, 194

Claydon-with-Clattercote, 194

Claydon-with-Mollington, 191–2, 203; and see Blagden, R. T.; Hughes, T. C.; Tait, Thos. Hen.

Cleaver, Wm., 174

Clement:
-, Alice, 235 n
-, Hen., 235
-, Rob., 235 n
-, Wm., 235 n
-, fam., 235

Clements, fam., 153

Clerkenwell, see London

Clerks convict, 40–41

Clifford:
-, Isabel de, see Vipont
-, Jesse, 155
-, Rob. de (d. by 1300), 207
-, Rob. de (fl. 1300), 207
-, Rog. (d. 1322), 207
-, Rog. (d. 1389), 207
-, Thos., 207

Clinton, Hen. de, 200

Clock- and watch-making, 93, 173; and see Allam, W.; Enoch, Ezra; Enoch, John; Gilkes, Ric. (b. 1767); Gilkes, Thos. (d. 1743); Kendall, Larkum; Knibb, fam.; Midland Clock Works; Moore, John, & Sons; Smith, J.; Smith, Messrs., and Sons; White, Messrs.

Clover, 57

Coaching, 12, 32

Coal-dealing, 12, 67, 93, 166, 215

Cobb:
-, Edw., 3, 45, 83 n, 113
-, John, 152
-, Thos. (fl. 1723), 44
-, Thos. (d. 1821), 45, 48, 53
-, Thos. (s. of above), 45
-, Timothy Rhodes, 45, 57 n, 65, 91
-, fam., 3, 44–45, 66, 79, 108, 112–13

Cobb's Bank, 26, 33, 36, 66, 91

Cobb's factory, 39, 64, 66, 91

Cobbin, Ingram, 114

Cock-fighting, 15

Cockerell:
-, C. R., †101, 103
-, Samuel Pepys, †101, 102–3

Coke:
-, Eliz., see Chamberlain
-, Thos., Earl of Leicester, 215
-, Wenman, 215

Colcutt, David, 133, 143

Coldron Brook, 127, 133

Cole, Wm., 153

Coleby (Lincs.), 231

Coleman:
-, John, 217
-, Jos., 217
-, Martha, see Morris
-, Nat., 217
-, Phil., 217
-, fam., 220

Coles:
-, John, 71
-, Wm., Vicar of Charlbury, 148, 150, 152

Coleson:
-, Eliz., see Birmingham, Eliz.
-, Wm., 233

Collar-making, 166–7, 180

Collins (Colyns):
-, Jos., 193
-, Wm., 47
-, fam., 190, 193

Collyweston (Northants.), 30 n

Colston, —, 29 n

Colyns, see Collins

Combe Down (Som.), Bath stone from, 115

Combe Martin, Wm. de, 49

Combermere Abbey (Chesh.), Abbot of, 7

Committee of Both Kingdoms, 10

Commons, House of, 89, 91–92, 245, 250

Commonwealth, 10, 99

Compton:
-, Eliz., see Spencer
-, Sir Hen., and his w. Anne, 47
-, Jas., Earl of Northampton, 9–10
-, Spencer, Earl of Northampton, 9
-, Wm. (fl. 1623), Earl of Northampton, 213
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1645), 9–10
-, fam., 47, 214–15, 217

Compton, Fenny (Warws.), 56, 170, 185, 189

Compton Wynyates (Warws.), 33 n

Conant, see Pigott

Congregationalists, 108, 114–15, 154, 183, 225

Conner, Mary, 113

Conservative party, 13, 79, 91–95, 108

Constable, fam., 183

Conyngham, Francis, Marquess Conyngham, and his w. Jane, 153

Cook (Cooke):
-, Chas., 172
-, Chris., 259
-, J. T., 124
-, Capt. Jas., explorer, 134
-, Ric., 146
-, Steph., 104, 126
-, Thos., 183

Cope:
-, Anna, see Walter
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1551), 43, 45–46, 55, 97
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1614), 8, 44, 46, 54, 69, 74, 89, 97–98, 178, 237
-, Sir Ant. (fl. 1668), 46
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1932), 163
-, Arabella Diana, m. John Fred. Sackville, 46
-, Cath. Ann, m. Geo. Gordon, 46
-, Sir Chas., sr. (d. 1781), 46
-, Sir Chas., jr. (d. 1781), 46
-, Edw., 46, 73
-, Eliz. (fl. 1560), see Mohun
-, Eliz. (fl. 1602), see Chaworthe
-, John (fl. 1548), 46
-, Sir John (d. 1638), 46
-, Sir John (d. 1721), 46, 89
-, Jonathan (fl. 1688), 46
-, Sir Jonathan (d. 1765), 46, 89
-, Sir Monnoux, 44, 54, 89, 104
-, Sir Mordaunt, 44
-, Ric. (fl. 1604), 44, 46, 69, 74
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1806), 163
-, Steph., 46
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1513), 28, 45, 55, 102–3
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1637), 46, 54, 74, 237
-, fam., 13, 43–44, 46, 49, 54–55, 89, 101, 163, 179

Copland, Geo., 131

Coppoke, Wm., 191

Corbet:
-, And., 195
-, Eliz., see Boothby
-, Judith, see Boothby
-, Mary, see Lee
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1606), 162, 195
-, Ric. (d. 1635), Bp. of Oxford, 8, 98
-, Sir Vincent, 162, 195

Corbucion:
-, Peter, 235
-, Wm. (fl. 1086), 235
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1200), 235
-, fam., 235

Corn-dealer, 12

Cornbury Park (extra-parochial place), 1 n, 127, 129, 131, 135, 137, 143
-, called Blandford Park, 154
-, chaplains at, 150
-, Keeper of, 152
-, named as address, 132, 152–3, 157
-, prehist. rem., 128

Cornwall, Wm., 48

Cornwall, Earl of, see Gaveston, Piers

Cornwall, 153

Cote, in Charlbury, 3, 127–8, 133
-, agric., 139–41
-, inc., 133, 141
-, man., 135, 139
-, tithes, 137, 139

Coton, in Cropredy, 3, 72, 157–8, 179, 210, 212, 216 n
-, agric., 218–20
-, char., 225
-, Coton Fm., 160, 212
-, man., 162, 210, 212, 214, 217
-, named as address, 213, 219
-, poor relief, 220
-, pop., 210–12
-, road, 210
-, sch., 223, 224 n
-, tithes, 213

Cotswold Ridgeway, 1, 6

Cottam, Geo., 123

Cottisford:
-, John of, 208
-, Phil. of, 208
-, Sir Rog. of, and his w. Cath., 208
-, Sir Thos. of, and his w. Alice, 208

Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion, 114, 182

County court, 81, 184

Courage, Raymond, 213

Court of recognizance, 72

Court of record, 72–74, 79–81

Courts, see Banbury, Quarter Sessions; Banbury hund.; county court; court of recognizance; court of record; courts baron; courts leet; halimote; law days; Oxford, assizes; peculiar jurisdictions; pie powder courts; portmoots; three weeks' courts

Courts baron, 72, 237, 246

Courts leet, 76, 80, 83 n, 146

Coutts, Thos., 90 n

Coventry, John, 238

Coventry (Warws.), 11–12, 20, 64–65, 67, 73, 80
-, named as address, 26, 66, 216

Coventry, Archdeacon of, see Holbech Chas. Wm.

Cowley:
-, Edwin, 223 n, 224
-, Marg., 174
-, Messrs., 26

Cowley, 144

Cowling, Wm., 142

Cramic Engineering Co. Ltd., 69

Crasse, Thos., 153

Craucumbe, Godfrey de, 235

Crayford (Kent), 125

Crayker:
-, John, Vicar of Swalcliffe, 250
-, Solomon, Vicar of Swalcliffe, 250

Credwell, John, 238

Cremona (Italy), Bp. of, see Adigheriis Ugolino de

Crichton-Stuart, John, Marquess of Bute, 81, 88 n, 91

Cricket, 15, 60, 132

Crocker, John, 43

Croke, John, and his w. Prudence, 47

Cromwell:
-, Idony, see Vipont
-, John, 207
-, Oliver, 9–10, 207
-, Thos., 63, 196

Cropredy:
-, Geof. of, 163–4, 168
-, Hen. of (fl. 1300), 163
-, Hen. of (fl. 1344), 163
-, Hugh of, 163
-, Phil. of, 163
-, Sim. of (fl. 1166), 163
-, Sim. of (fl. 1208, 1225), 40, 163, 232
-, Sim. of (fl. 1279), 163–4
-, Sim. of (fl. 1316), 163
-, Thos. of (fl. 1351), 163
-, Thos. of (fl. 1418, ? another), 163
-, fam., 163

Cropredy, 3, 71–72, 157–75, 159, 204, 209, 216; and see Bourton; Claydon; Coton; Mollington; Prescote; Wardington; Williamscot
-, adv., 168
-, agric., 164–6, 180
-, boundaries, 157, 160, 175
-, bridges, 160; and see Cropredy Bridge
-, canal, 158, 160–1, 166–7
-, Challarscote, 161
-, chant., 170–2
-, chap., 158, 171–2, 181
-, chaplain, 170
-, char., 173–6, 181–2, 184
-, ch., 160 n, 161, 168–73, 171, †174, 176, 181–2, 191, 205–6, 221
-, Cropredy Lawn, 161–3, 166, 178, 195
-, cross, 161
-, curates of, 169–70, 181–2
-, dom. archit., 161
-, farms, 161, 166
-, fields, 165
-, ford, 160
-, glebe, 166, 169–70, 174, 180
-, inc., 158, 161–3, 165–6, 169
-, ind., 166–7, 190
-, inns, 161 'Brazen Nose', 166, 168, 176
-, man., 1, 3, 50, 162–4, 177–8, 186, 195, 207, 212, 232, 239
-, man.-ho., 163–4
-, mills, 167, 180, 197
-, named as address, 66, 197, 202, 209, 212 n, 213, 217
-, nonconf., 161, 170–1, 173–4
-, par. council, 168
-, par. officers, 167–8, 172–3, 181
-, place-name, 158, 160
-, poor relief, 157, 167–8
-, pop., 158, 160, 165, 198, 201
-, prebend, 164, 168–9, 217
-, prebendaries of, 161, 168–9; and see Catryk, John; Robertson, Thos.; Sandale, John; Wilcocks, Hen.; Wolman, —
-, prehist. rem., 158
-, priest of, see Benedict
-, rly. sta., 160
-, rectors of, 166, 204; and see Cropredy, prebendaries of
-, rectory, 96; and see Cropredy, prebend
-, roads and streets, 158, 160–1, 168
-, roads to, 158, 185, 189, 194–5, 198, 209–11
-, Rom. rem., 1, 158
-, sch., 169, 171–4, 176, 184, 224
-, tithes, 49, 163–4, 168–9, 171, 179
-, vicarage, 168–70, 202
-, vicarage-ho., 170, 172
-, vicars of, 162, 166, 168–75, 180, 182–3, 185, 191–3, 198, 202, 204–5, 221; 223–4; and see Baldwin, Ric.; Ballard, John; Barnard, —; Barr, Geo.; Barton, Thos.; Bathurst, Edw.; Brouncker, Edw.; Gibbons, John; Goodenough, Sam.; Holloway, Thos.; Hopkins, John; Hoste, J. R. P.; Lupton, Rog.; Noel, A. Wm.; Pett, Phineas; Rosse, John; Rudde, Ralph; Stanier, Francis; Theydon, Rog. de; Wood, Wm. (fl. 1804); Wood, Wm. (fl. 1870)

Cropredy Bridge, 25, 160–2
-, battle of, 162, 172, 206

Cropredy Clothing Club, 174

Cropredy hund., 1–2

Cropredy Peculiar, 161, 168–9, 173–4, 181

'Cropredy Plan', 168

Crops, less common, see beans; clover; dredge; hops; mangolds; maslin; potatoes; pulse; rhubarb; rye; sainfoin; swedes; turnips; vetches

Crosses, see Banbury; Bodicote, Weeping Cross; Charlbury; Cropredy

Crossley, Maj. Eric, 47

Crossman:
-, Anne Patricia, see McDougall
-, R. H. S., 208

Cubitt:
-, C., 108
-, fam., 108, 117

Cucking stool, 75, 82

Cullen, Sir R., 81 n

Culworth (Northants.), 33, 103, 126
-, 'Culworth gang', 186
-, Culworth Junction, rly. sta., 13

Cumberlow Green (Herts)., 187

Cumberworth, —, 40 n

Curson:
-, Giralmus, 236
-, Hubert, 236

Curtis:
-, John, 188
-, Ric., 188

Customs, traditional, 20, 134; and see May games; morris dancing; pageants; Whitsun ales

Cutt, Rob., 40, 69–70

Cuttle Brook, 23, 41, 82

D

Daffurn, W., 120

Dale, Dr. R. W., 115

Dalton, —, 102

Damery, Ric., see Snappe

Danby, Jas., 123–4

Danby and Taylor, 26

Danes, 158

Danes Moor, see Edgcott

Danvers:
-, Agnes, see Brancaster
-, Anne, 158, 172
-, Dan., 121
-, Eliz. (d. 1482), w. of Ric. (d. c. 1488), 172
-, Eliz. (fl. early 18th cent.), see Morewood
-, Emma, see Chevauchesul
-, Geof., and his w. Sarah, 139
-, Geo. (d. 1575), 44–45, 52, 177, 179
-, Geo. (fl. 1601), 44
-, Isabel, see Lea
-, John (d. c. 1347), 178, 231
-, John (fl. 1441), 6, 43–44, 49, 56, 71, 177, 208, 214
-, John (fl. early 16th cent.), 172
-, John (d. 1591), 44, 97
-, John (fl. 1591), 44, 103
-, Sir John (d. 1655), and his w. Grace, 208
-, Sir John (d. 1721), 172, 208–9
-, Sir John (d. 1796), 208
-, Jos., 208
-, Marg., see Doyley
-, Mary, m. Augustus Ric. Butler, 208
-, Nic, 139
-, Ralph, 139
-, Ric. (fl. 1279), 239
-, Ric. (fl. 1308), 236 n
-, Ric. (fl. 1369), 178
-, Ric. (fl. 1385, 1394), 44, 139, 231
-, Ric. (d. c. 1488), 158, 172, 181, 208–9
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1200), 138–9, 177, 231
-, Rob. (fl. 1279), 139, 177, 231
-, Rob. (fl. before 1428), 138
-, Sam., 208
-, Sim. (d. by 1279), 139, 177
-, Sim. (d. c. 1327), 46, 231
-, Sim. (fl. 1333), 177–8
-, Thos., 49
-, Wm. (fl. 1279), 139
-, Sir Wm. (d. by 1505), and his w. Anne, 43
-, Capt. Wm. (d. 1643), 103
-, Wm. (fl. 1650), 49
-, fam., 44–45, 52, 139, 172, 177–9, 208–9, 239
-, and see Butler

Darcy, Sir Geo., 135

Darnelly, Edw., 48, 69–70

Dashwood:
-, Dorothea, see Read
-, Sir Hen. Watkin, 45, 47, 234
-, Sir Jas., 44–45, 47, 234
-, Penelope, see Chamberlain
-, Sir Rob., 47, 57 n, 89, 103, 234
-, fam., 44, 48, 75, 89

Daventry (Northants.), 12, 158, 160, 173, 210

Davies (Davis):
-, G. J., 134, 150, 157
-, J. & T., 16, 39, 104
-, John, 67
-, Steph., 112
-, Thos., 57

Davy, John, 136

Dawber, Guy, 172

De la Mare, Sir Peter, 216

De la Sale, see Hall

Deddington, 7, 67, 108, 112, 168 n
-, Ilbury in, 47
-, named as address, 84, 106, 222, 237, 255

Demag Zug group, 69
-, Demag Hoists and Cranes Ltd., 69

Denchfield:
-, Miss M. E., 43
-, W. E., 43
-, Wm., 43
-, fam., 43

Densy, John, 214

Denton:
-, Alex. (fl. 1626), 138
-, Alex. (d. by 1757), 215
-, Constance, see Chamberlain
-, Eliz., see Chamberlain
-, Geo., see Chamberlain
-, John (fl. mid 16th cent.), 89
-, John (d. by 1656), and his w. Ursula, 138
-, John (fl. 1656), 138
-, Thos. (fl. mid 16th cent.), 73, 89
-, Thos. (fl. 1626), 138

Derby, earls of, 228; and see Ferrers, Rob. de (fl. 1138); Ferrers, Rob. de (fl. c. 1153)

Derby, 223

Derrick, —, 36, 122

Derrick and Hickman, 107

Deserted villages and hamlets, 5, 28, 55, 127, 133, 141, 206–7, 212, 227, 241

Despenser, fam., 207

Devereux:
-, Eliz., Vctss. of Hereford, 152
-, Rob. (d. 1601), Earl of Essex, 135
-, Rob. (d. 1646), Earl of Essex, 9

Devon, Earl of, see Stafford, Humph.

Dewsbury (Yorks. W. R.), 245

Diestere (Deyster):
-, John (fl. c. 1380), 62
-, John (fl. 1402), Vicar of Banbury, 97

Dighel, Wm., 97

Dillon:
-, Charlotte, Vctss. Dillon, 136
-, Hen., Vct. Dillon, 135, 143
-, fam., 136

Dimmock, see Dymoke

Disciples of Christ, 115, 119

Disney, fam., 187

Disraeli, Benjamin, 95

Ditchedge Lane, 225

Ditchfield, —, 223

Ditchley, see Spelsbury

Diuma, St., Bp. of the Mercians, 128

Dive:
-, Hawise de, m. Ralf de Karewill, 186
-, John de (fl. 1239), 186
-, John de (fl. 1279), 186–7
-, Wm. de (fl. 1166), 186
-, Wm. de (d. by c. 1225), 186
-, Wm. de (d. by 1251), 186
-, fam., 186

Dix:
-, Cath., see Doyley
-, David, 146
-, Edw. (fl. 1756), 232
-, Edw. (d. by 1785, s. of above), 232
-, Edw. (d. c. 1790), 232
-, Edw. (d. 1839), 232
-, Eliz., 256
-, Jos. (d. 1801), 232, 243
-, Jos. (fl. 1875), 232
-, fam., 252, 255

Dod, John, 97

Dog-fighting, 15

D'Oilly, see Doyley

Donner, Maj. E. L., 176

Donnington (Berks.), 236

Dorchester, 6, 41 n, 42, 229
-, Bps. of, 2, 6
-, see of, 1–2, 6, 42, 135, 229

Dorchester hund., 3, 42, 229

Dormer:
-, John and his w. Eliz., 200
-, Sir Mic., 47
-, Rob., 200
-, fam., 47

Dorset, Duke of, see Sackville, John Fred.

Doubling, see textile trades

Douglas:
-, Sir Chas., 94–95
-, F. S. N., 90
-, Sylvester, Ld. Glenbervie, 90
-, W. J., 37

Doune, Wm., Rector of Swalcliffe, 249

Dovecots, 196, 217, 235, 238, 240

Downer:
-, Anne, 153
-, Thos., Vicar of Charlbury, 149, 153

Doyley:
-, Anne, see Rush
-, Bray, 109
-, Cath., m. Edw. Dix (d. by 1785), 232
-, Chris., 232
-, Isabel, m. Thos. Wykeham (fl. 1407), 230
-, Sir John, 44
-, Marg., m. Geo. Danvers (d. 1575), 45
-, Mary, m. Hen. Hawten, 43–44
-, Rob. (fl. 1086), and his w. Edith, 45
-, Rob. (d. 1750), 232
-, Rob. (fl. 1773), 242–3
-, Rob. (fl. 1792), 232
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1400), 230
-, Wm. (d. 1772), 232

Draper:
-, Thos., 3, 87
-, fam., 45

Drayton, 5, 79–80, 191, 230

Dredge, 57, 140

Driver, Chas., 84

Droitwich (Worcs.), 1, 6, 127, 225

Drug manufacture, 144, 162

Drury, Chas. Wm., 246

Du Cros:
-, Sir Arthur, 153
-, Harvey, 132, 135, 153
-, fam., 153

Dublin (Ireland), 61

Dudley, John, Earl of Warwick, Duke of Northumberland, 3, 40, 42, 48, 73, 162, 164, 177, 229

Duffield:
-, John, 232
-, fam., 232

Dugdale, Wm., 102

Dunch:
-, Kath., m. Thos. Hawten (fl. 1638), 43–44
-, Sir Wm., 44

Dunchurch (Warws.), 217–18

Duncombe, John, and his w. Eliz., 252

Dunn, Martin, 107

Dunnell, Rob., 68

Dunnell, Messrs., & Co., 68

Dunstable Priory (Beds.), 158

Dunstall (Staffs.), 93

Dunwich (Suff.), 61

Duston, Wm. of, 215

Dyeing, see textile trades

Dyer, fam., 166

Dyke, Boots, & Farmer, 144

Dymoke (Dimmock):
-, Edw. (d. 1566), 234
-, Edw. (fl. 1578), 234
-, Eliz., see Hebden
-, Phil., 234
-, Rob., 234
-, Thos. (d. 1422), 234
-, Thos. (d. 1470), 234
-, fam., 234 n

Dynham:
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Sapcotes, 47, 236
-, Joan, see Archer
-, Sir John (d. 1458), 47, 236
-, John (d. 1501), Ld. Dynham, 47, 236
-, Kath., m. — Arundell, 47
-, Margery, m. — Carew, 47
-, fam., 47

E

Eagles:
-, John, 197
-, Wm., 174
-, fam., 163, 170

Eaglestone, Thos., 223

Eardley-Twistleton-Fiennes, Wm. Thos., Ld. Saye and Sele, 106 n

Easington, in Banbury, 12, 23, 28, 49–50, 71, 85
-, agric., 52–53, 57
-, ct., 43
-, Easington Bar, 21
-, man., 42–44, 70
-, man.-ho., 43
-, mill, 70
-, modern suburb, 26–27, 85, 119, 122, 124
-, named as address, 43, 237

East Anglia, 64

East and West Junction Railway, 160, 191

Easthope, John, 91

Eastwell (Leics.), 40

Eastington (Warws.), 226, 259

Eaton, John Chamberlin, 178

Eaton, Wood, 170

Eaves, W., 220

Eden:
-, Edw., 217
-, Ric., 154
-, Thos., 217
-, fam., 211, 217

Edgcott (Northants.), 9, 89, 210–11, 213, 217, 220
-, Danes Moor, battle of, 7

Edgehill (Warws.), 12, 198, 225
-, battle of, 9

Edinburgh, Duke of, see Philip

Edmunds (Edmonds):
-, John, 139
-, Ric., 66, 92
-, Wm., 67, 108, 118

Edmunds and Kench Ltd., 70

Edward I, 17, 213, 232

Edward II, 39

Edward III, 17

Edward VI, 17, 135

Edward VII, 26, 245

Edward the Confesssor, 199

Edward (fl. 1086), 162

Edwards, C. H., 84

Egerton, fam., dukes of Bridgwater, 236

Eleanor, Queen, w. of Henry III, 57

Electrical goods manufacture, 69

Electrical Power Distribution Co., 87

Elim Church, 120

Eliot, Ric., 256

Elizabeth I, 17, 135, 162, 164, 178, 213

Elkington:
-, John, 178
-, Wm., 189
-, fam., 163, 166, 202

Ellis, Sidney, 89

Elmes, Mrs., 44

Encase Ltd., 69

Engineering, 67, 69

England, kings and queens of, 41, 97; and see Charles I; Charles II; Charlotte; Edward I; Edward II; Edward III; Edward VI; Edward VII; Edward the Confessor; Eleanor; Elizabeth I; Ethelred II; George I; George IV; George V; Henry I; Henry II; Henry III; Henry IV; Henry VI; Henry VII; Henry VIII; James I; James II; John; Mary I; Philip; Richard II; Richard III; Victoria; William I; William IV

Enoch:
-, Ezra, 246
-, John, 246

Enstone, 238
-, Radford in, 153

Enteric fever, 84

Entry fines, 95, 142, 146, 243

Enyon:
-, Cath., m. Sir John Garrard, 187
-, Constance, m. Rob. Wilmer, 187
-, Dorothy, m. Thos. Stanley, 187
-, Jas. (d. 1623), 187
-, Jas. (d. 1632), 187
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1642), 187

Eoppa (O.E. personal name), 228

Epidemics, 10, 82, 134, 141, 248; and see cholera; enteric fever; pesthouses; plague; smallpox

Epwell, in Swalcliffe, 3, 191, 225, 228
-, agric., 239–44
-, boundaries, 225, 248, 256
-, chap., see Epwell, ch.
-, chaplain of, 249, 254
-, char., 260
-, ch. (formerly chap.), 228, 248, 254–5
-, ct., 246
-, curates of, 254
-, curate's ho., 254
-, dom. archit., 228
-, farms, 228, 244
-, fields, 241
-, glebe, 237, 249
-, green, 228
-, inc., 237, 241–3, 249
-, ind., 245–6
-, man., 46, 138, 229–32, 237, 245
-, man.-hos., 228, 231–2
-, mills, 244–5
-, named as address, 44, 139, 231, 252
-, nonconf., 256–7
-, par. officers, 247, 255
-, poor relief, 247
-, pop., 228
-, rectory, 248, 254
-, roads, 226
-, sch., 258–9
-, tithes, 237, 249

Esa (O.E. personal name), 28

Essex, Col. Chas., 99

Essex, earls of, see Devereux, Rob. (d. 1601); Devereux, Rob. (d. 1646)

Essoldo Cinemas, 15

Ethelred II, 199

Eton:
-, John, 141
-, Wm., 136, 141

Europe, royal courts of, 245

Evans:
-, Benjamin, 143
-, Phil., 257

Evenlode, riv., 1, 127, 129, 133–4, 140

Everitt, Jas., 67

Eversley (Hants), Bramshill in, 163

Evesham (Worcs.), battle of, 232

Evreux, Count of, see Simon; William

Exeter, Bp. of, see Oldham, Hugh

Extra-parochial places, 1, 3, 157, 169; and see Clattercote; Cornbury Park

Eyans, see Eyrans

Eydon (Northants.), 126

Eyles, W. M., 115

Eynsham, 125, 136, 145
-, Abbey, 58, 129, 139, 148–9
-, abbots of, 3, 20 n, 23, 49, 72 n, 139–40, 146; and see Gloucester, Gil. of; Godfrey; Lambourne, Geof. of
-, cartulary of, 96
-, estates of, 20–21, 42, 48–49, 128, 133, 135, 138–40, 229–30
-, monks of, 136
-, tithes, 62, 96, 137, 148, 163–4, 168, 186, 213

Eyrans (Jans, Eyans):
-, Ant. (fl. 1617), 137
-, Ant. (fl. 1686), 156
-, Ric. (fl. 1590), 137, 139
-, Ric. (fl. 1665), 129, 156
-, Ric. (fl. 1719), 137, 143
-, Thos., 156
-, fam., 137

F

Fairs, see Banbury; Charlbury

Falkner, Uriah, 180

Farnborough (Warws.), 185, 188, 193, 198, 203
-, named as address, 81 n, 90, 92, 178, 189, 194, 198, 204, 221

Farnsworth, Ric., 109

Farriers, 62, 163, 166

Fawler, in Charlbury, 3, 127–9, 134; and see Finstock with Fawler
-, agric., 127, 139–44
-, boundaries, 127, 148
-, bridge, 127–8, 134
-, char., 156
-, dom. archit., 134
-, farms, 143
-, fields, 140, 142
-, fishery, 146
-, ford, 134
-, green, 134
-, inc., 127, 143
-, ind., 129, 144
-, man., 46, 135–6, 138–9, 229–30
-, mill, 134, 146
-, named as address, 137, 141
-, nonconf., 154
-, par. officers, 146–7
-, poor relief, 127, 147
-, pop., 129
-, prehist. rem., 128
-, roads, 128
-, Rom. rem., 128
-, sch., 155
-, tithes, 137, 148
-, woodland, 127

Fell, John, Bp. of Oxford, 102 n, 104

Felons' and fugitives' goods, right to, 73–74

Fermour, Wm., 136

Ferrers:
-, Hen. de, 236
-, Rob. de (fl. 1138), Earl of Derby, 236
-, Rob. de (fl. c. 1153), Earl of Derby, 236
-, fam., 228, 238

Ferrey, Benjamin, 105–6

Field:
-, Arthur, 104
-, Rob., 48, 95
-, fam., 48

Fields, open, see open fields and inclosure

Fiennes:
-, Cecil, Baroness Saye and Sele, m. Rob. Mignon, 3
-, Celia, 233
-, Eliz., 237
-, Jas., Vct. Saye and Sele, 3, 110, 253
-, Col. John, 10
-, Laur., Vct. Saye and Sele, 230
-, Nat., 89
-, Ric. (d. 1573), 40, 48, 73, 233
-, Ric. (d. 1613), Ld. Saye and Sele, 3, 40, 48, 74, 102, 237, 241
-, Vere Alicia, m. Ric. Wykeham (d. 1751), 230
-, Wm., Vct. Saye and Sele, 8, 40–41, 48, 56, 74, 99, 109, 239
-, fam., 3, 13, 40, 49, 89, 98, 215, 227, 241–2
-, and see Eardley-Twistleton-Fiennes; Twistleton-Wykeham-Fiennes

Fifield, Rob., see Baker

Finch:
-, Anne, see Vavasour
-, John, 142

Finstock, Gil. of, 138

Finstock, in Charlbury, 3, 127–9, 133
-, agric., 127, 139–44
-, boundaries, 127, 148
-, chap., see Finstock, ch.
-, char., 156–7
-, ch. (formerly chap.), 129, 133, 148, 152–3; and see Finstock with Fawler
-, curates of, 152
-, dom. archit., 133
-, farms, 143
-, fields, 140, 142
-, Gadding Well, 133
-, green, 133
-, inc., 127, 143
-, ind., 129, 133, 144
-, inns, 133
-, man., 135, 137–8
-, named as address, 136, 142
-, nonconf., 133, 154
-, par. officers, 146, 157
-, poor relief, 127, 147, 156
-, pop., 129
-, rly. sta., 128
-, roads, 128
-, sch., 129, 133, 147, 155–7
-, tithes, 137, 152
-, vicarage-ho., 133, 152
-, woodland, 127, 134, 139
-, workhouse, 147

Finstock with Fawler, 152; and see Cary-Elwes, Albert; Redifer, Alfred

Fires and fire fighting, 8, 24–25, 27, 29, 79–80, 86, 133, 167, 198, 228, 245

Fisher:
-, J. D., 107
-, Thos. (fl. 1549), see Hawkins
-, Wm. and his w. Anne, 178
-, fam., 178

Fishponds and fisheries, 40–41, 43, 45–46, 146, 195

Fitton:
-, Cath., see Percy
-, Francis, 42

Fitzlvo, Wm., 200

FitzParnel:
-, Marg., m. Saer de Quincy, Earl of Winchester, 234–5
-, Rob., 234

Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm., and his w. Anne, 47

FitzWyth:
-, Guy, 187, 214
-, John, 187, 214
-, Rob., 187, 214
-, fam., 187, 214

Flanders, 61

Flax-selling, 58

Fletcher, Revd. Mr., 121

Floore (Northants.), 187

Florence (Italy), 62

Football, 15, 132

Forbes, Chas., Vicar of South
-, Banbury, 100, 106–7

Forced loans, 8

Fords, see Adderbury, Twyford in; Banbury; Cropredy; Fawler; Wardington

Forest, John, Prebendary of Banbury, 124

Forest regard, 139

'Forsakenho', see Wychwood forest

Fortescue, Jas., 80 n

Fownes Bros., 144

Fox:
-, Alban, 188
-, And., 188
-, C. J., 90
-, Fred., 188
-, Geo., 109–10, 153
-, Jos., 107
-, Wm., 224 n
-, fam., 188

France, 63, 107, 211
-, French Revolution, 90
-, Gascony, expedition to, 232

Frances:
-, Ric., 231, 245
-, Rob. (fl. 1185), and his w. Alice, 138, 231
-, Rob. (fl. 1260), 231
-, Rob. (fl. 1279, ? same as above), 231, 239, 245
-, Wm., 138, 231

Franchises, see ale; beaupleader; bread; fairs; felons' and fugitives' goods; frankpledge; free warren; gallows; infangenetheof; markets; return of writs; sheriff's pleas; waifs and strays; wine, assize of

Francillon, Francis, 92

Franklin:
-, Hen., 255
-, Messrs., 84, 106, 222

Frankpledge, view of, 2–3, 42, 72–73, 80, 146, 237, 246

Frankyshe, John, 43, 48

Freckleton, John, 193–4

Frederick, Crown Prince of Prussia, 26

Frederick, Prince of Wales, 15, 17

Free warren, 45, 47, 50, 52, 177, 212, 230; and see warren

Freebody, Hen., 214, 223

Freemasons, 16–17

Fremund, St., 158, 170–2, 207, 209

French:
-, Edm., 213, 219
-, Jeremiah, 205
-, John (fl. 1552), 213
-, John (fl. 1665), 213
-, Rog., 213
-, Thos. (fl. 1623), 213
-, Thos. (d. 1657), 213
-, Thos. (fl. 1674), 197
-, Wm., 213
-, fam., 213, 217, 223

French Revolution, see France

Friars, see Trinitarian friars

Friendly and benefit socs., 16–17, 126, 134, 145, 157

Friends, see Quakers

Fritwell, 43

Frost, John, 205

Fulkes:
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., m. 2 Wm. Coles, 148
-, John, 148
-, Thos., Vicar of Charlbury, 148

Full Gospel Testimony Church, 120

Fuller, Mrs., 205

Fulling, see textile trades

Fulling-mill, 244

Fulwell, see Spelsbury

G

Gallows, 74, 81–82, 146

Gaming, 13

Gardner (Gardiner):
-, Geo., 180
-, Jas., (fl. 1815), 66, 67
-, Jas. (fl. 1861), 67
-, John (fl. 1624), 180
-, John (fl. 1792), 202
-, Jos., 114, 116
-, Josiah, 178
-, Thos. (fl. 1565), 178
-, Thos. (fl. early 17th cent.), 178, 216 n
-, Thos. (fl. 1831), 91
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1850), 184
-, Wm., 188
-, fam., 167, 217

Garrard:
-, Cath., see Enyon
-, Sir John, 187
-, fam., 187

Garrett, Jos., 123

Garter-weaving, see textile trades, weaving

Gascony, see France

'Gasselow', see Kachelewe

Gatecumbe, Maud of, m. Wm. of Birmingham (d. c. 1263), 232

Gatesdeneheved, see Wychwood forest

Gatfield, John, 154

Gavazzi, Allessandro, 107, 115

Gaveston, Piers, Earl of Cornwall, 7

Gee, Edw., 18

General Board of Health, 83

General Celluloid Co. Ltd., 69

General Convention of the Industrious Classes, 92

General Foods Ltd., 69

George I, 88

George IV, as Prince of Wales, 17

George V, 26
-, as Duke of York, 17

George, Mr., 117

Germany, bands from, 15

Gibberd, John, 31

Gibbins, Jos., 67

Gibbons, John, Vicar of Cropredy, 169, 170 n

Gibbs:
-, Edm., 43
-, Jas., 26, 137
-, Sam., 143
-, Wm., 205

Gifford, Thos., 156

Gilbert (fl. 1086), 162

Gilbert (fl. 1279), 181

Gilbertine Order (Order of Sempringham), 40, 197

Giles, Edw., 219

Gilkes (Gylkes):
-, John (d. 1738), 242
-, John (d. 1743), 242
-, Ric. (fl. 1397), 238
-, Ric. (d. 1695), 242
-, Ric. (b. 1767), 246
-, Thos. (fl. 1669, 1680), 153, 256
-, Thos. (d. 1703, ? same as above), 242
-, Thos. (d. 1719), 242
-, Thos. (d. 1743), 246
-, Thos. 'Shoe Maker' (fl. 1773), 243 n
-, Thos. 'Slat House' (f1. 1773), 243 n
-, Thos. 'Sweetbryer' (fl. 1773), 243
-, Revd. Wm., 256
-, fam., 242, 256

Gill:
-, John (fl. 1603), 71, 74
-, John (fl. 1665), 176, 178
-, Ric. (fl. 1523), 178–9
-, Revd. Ric. (fl. 1718), 183
-, Thos. (fl. 1552), 178
-, Thos. (fl. 1614), 178
-, Thos. (d. 1659), 178
-, Thos. (d. 1666), 176, 178, 183–4
-, Thos. (fl. 1670s), 180 n
-, Thos. (fl. 1694, ? same as above), 180 n
-, Thos. (fl. 1723), 178
-, Thos. (fl. 1723, s. of above), 178
-, Thos. (fl. 1772), 178
-, Wm., 178
-, fam., 178

Gillett:
-, Chas., 37
-, J. A., 88
-, Jonathan, 37
-, Jos. Ashby, 65–67, 111
-, Martha, 111
-, Wm., 64
-, fam., 37, 65–67, 108

Gillett and Tawney's Bank, 92

Gillett, Lees & Co., 65

Gillett's Bank, 37, 66–68

Girth-weaving, see textile trades, weaving

Gist:
-, Josiah, 46
-, Sam. (fl. 1804, 1820), 46–48, 57
-, Sam. (fl. 1852), 46
-, Sam. (d. 1905), 46
-, Wm., 46, 48
-, fam., 46–47

Gitda (fl. 1086), 199

Gladstone, W. E., 94

Gladwin, Rob., 146

Glasgow, 64

Glass, ancient, painted, or stained, 44–45, 48, 102, 104, 107, 152–3, 172, 192, 205, 217, 222, 256

Glass painters, see Dunn, Martin;
-, Heaton, Butler, & Bayne;
-, Lavers and Baird; Lavers,
-, Barrand, and Westlake;
-, Wailes, —

Glastonbury (Som.), 29 n
-, Abbey, 29 n

Glave, Mat., Vicar of Swalcliffe, 250

Glenbervie, Ld., see Douglas, Sylvester

Gloucester, Gil. of, Abbot of Eynsham, 144

Gloucester, Earl of, see Clare, Gil. de

Gloucester, 121, 152

Gloucestershire, 61, 259

Glover:
-, Edw., 69
-, Ric., 229

Gloving, see leather trades

Glympton, 230

Gobert:
-, John, 216
-, Lucy, m. Calcott Chambre (fl. 1602, 1633), 216

Godfrey, Abbot of Eynsham, 136

Godfrey (fl. 1086), 213

Godstow Abbey, 58

Goffe:
-, Ric., 92, 116 n, 117
-, fam., 117

Goher (Gower):
-, Thos. (d. by 1212), and his w. Isabel, 235
-, Thos. (fl. 1242–3), 235
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1190), 235
-, Wm. (fl. 1222), 235
-, fam., 228, 235

Golby:
-, Ann, 113
-, J. W., 45, 79
-, Jas., 215
-, fam., 40

Goldsmiths, 41 n, 102 n

Golf, 15

Goode:
-, Geo., 193–4
-, fam., 178

Goodenough, Sam., Vicar of Cropredy, 170

Goodman:
-, Ric., 179, 217
-, Wm., Vicar of Swalcliffe, 250
-, fam., 178

Goodwin:
-, Brett (d. 1678), 232, 255
-, Brett (d. 1715), 232, 241, 255
-, John, 255
-, Ric., 237
-, Thos. (d. 1591), 231–2
-, Thos. (fl. 1647), and his w. Mary, 232
-, Wm. (d. 1637), 232
-, Wm. (fl. 1647), 232
-, fam., 255

Gordon, Geo., Ld. Strathavon, Earl of Aboyne, 46

Gordson, Josias, 71

Gostelow:
-, John (d. by 1679), 206
-, John (fl. 1732), 201
-, Kath. (fl. 1613), see Hawes
-, Kath. (fl. 1665), 209
-, Ric. (fl. mid 16th cent.), 209
-, Ric. (d. 1621), 187, 201, 209
-, Ric. (d. 1660), 167, 209
-, Wal., 181, 207
-, fam., 165, 172, 209

Gould:
-, G. E., 188
-, J. A., 188

Gower, see Goher

Goylyn:
-, John (fl. 1485), 236 n
-, John (fl. early 16th cent.), 236 n

Grace, W., 154

Grafton, John, 111

Grammatica, Wm., 96

Grant:
-, Rob., 138
-, Sam., 43
-, Wm., 138
-, fam., 134

Granthorn, Mary, 111

Grantmesnil:
-, Hugh de, Earl of Leicester, 234
-, Ivo de, 234
-, fam., 239

Graziers, 57, 117, 178, 189, 217

Gray, see Grey

Great Central Railway, 13, 160

Great Eastern Railway, 95

Great Exhibition (of 1851), 67, 134

Great Western Railway, 13, 26, 67, 88, 128

Greater London Council, see London

Green, Fulk, 206

Greens, village, 133–4, 227–9

Gregory, Blagrave, 33

Greville (Grevil):
-, Edm., 201
-, Sir Edw., 163
-, Francis, 201
-, John, 47
-, Lewis, 138
-, Rob., Ld. Brook, 9
-, Wm., and his w. Joan, 47
-, —, 29 n
-, fam., 202

Grey (Gray):
-, Rowland, 136
-, Wm., Bp. of Lincoln, 136

Grim's Ditch (Dyke), 127–8

Grimsbury (Northants.), in Banbury, 5, 17, 56, 89, 94
-, agric., 57
-, boundaries, 5, 79, 100, 106
-, chap., 106
-, ind., 63, 68
-, mkt., 60
-, mill, 48
-, nonconf., 118
-, pk., 88
-, place-name, 6
-, public health, 79, 83
-, race-course, 15, 26
-, rates, 80 n
-, reservoir, 83
-, St. Leonard's Hospital, 23
-, sch., 124
-, Spital Fm., 23, 83
-, street lighting, 86
-, suburban development at, 25–27
-, Waterloo in, 26

Grimscote:
-, Anselm of (d. by c. 1260), 187
-, Anselm of (fl. 1279), 187
-, Hugh of, 187, 189
-, Ric. of (fl. 12th cent.), 187
-, Ric. of (fl. 1247), 187
-, Ric. of (fl. c. 1260, ? same as above), 187
-, Ric. of (fl. 1279, ? same as above), 187–8
-, Wm. of, 187
-, fam., 188

Griswold, fam., 165

Grosseteste, Rob., Bp. of Lincoln, 58, 187

Gubbins:
-, Elisha, 193
-, Thos., 221
-, fam., 217

Guild, religious, see Banbury, guild of St. Mary

Guilds, trade, 61; and see Banbury, trade companies

Guilford:
-, Dowager Ctss. of, see North, Susan
-, earls of, 44, 81, 90–91; and see
-, North, Francis (d. 1790); North, Francis (d. 1817); North, Fred.; North, Geo. Augustus
-, Ld., see North, Francis (d. 1729)

Guinness, Rob., Vicar of South Banbury, 106

Gulliver:
-, Geo., 18
-, Thos., 190
-, fam., 11

Gunn:
-, John, 179
-, Leonard, 70
-, Mary Ann, 182
-, Ric., 54
-, Sophia, see Wheatley
-, Wm., 44, 54

Gunpowder manufacture, 64; and see saltpetreman

Gylkes, see Gilkes

Gytha, Ctss. of Hereford, 199

H

Hadland:
-, J. W., 176
-, John, and his w. Mary, 197
-, Spencer, 197
-, Wm. (d. by 1851), 167, 195, 197
-, Wm. (d. 1888), 197
-, fam., 173, 176, 180, 196–7

Halhead:
-, Hen., 52 n, 125
-, Wm., 52
-, fam., 56, 63

Halimote, 4 n, 72

Hall (de la Sale, de Aula):
-, Joyce, 174
-, Rob., 177
-, Sam., 78
-, Thos. (fl. mid 16th cent.), 52 n, 125
-, Thos. (fl. 1685), and his w. Mary, 176
-, Wm., 177
-, fam., 177

Halse:
-, Grace, see Willingham
-, Rob., 200

Halton, John, 180

Hammond, Lieut., 8

Hampden, Wm., 71

Hampton, Geo., 112

Hampton Gay, 187

Hanborough, Ric., 140

Hanging, 7, 82; and see gallows

Hanna, Mrs., 112, 121

Hannan, Llewellyn, 120

Hans, Hannah, 113

Hansholke, Wm., 238

Hanwell, 8, 44, 73, 89, 97, 163, 175

Hanwell Brook, 5, 157–8, 175, 198

Harborough, Market (Leics.), 213

Harding, —, 126

Hardwick (Herdenyk):
-, John (fl. late 14th cent.), 201, 218
-, John of (fl. 1421), 218
-, Laur. of, 70, 218
-, Wm. of, 45

Hardwick, in Banbury, 3, 5, 28, 51, 56, 71, 73, 218
-, agric., 49, 54–55, 57–58, 179
-, boundaries, 49, 175
-, ct., 72
-, fields, 57
-, inc., 28, 55
-, ind., 68
-, man., 42–43, 45–47
-, man.-ho., 28, 109
-, mill, 55, 70–71
-, named as address, 46 n, 73
-, nonconf., 109
-, par. officers, 5 n
-, pop., 28
-, tithes, 49, 96

Hardy:
-, John, 93–94
-, Thos., 231

Hareng, Rog., 140

Harman, Messrs., 68

Harman & Bryden, 68

Harris:
-, Alex, 153
-, Alfred, 215
-, Ant. (fl. 1713), 188
-, Ant. (fl. 1873), 215
-, C. and T., 65
-, Chas., 146
-, Geo. (fl. 1836), 107
-, Geo. (fl. 1851), 146
-, Hen., 215
-, J. C., 188
-, Joan, 252
-, Jos. (fl. before 1725), 259
-, Jos. (fl. mid 18th cent.), 259
-, Jos. (s. of above), 259
-, Rob., 143
-, Thos. (d. 1594), 57
-, Thos. (d. 1610), 136, 143
-, Thos. (d. 1872), 215
-, Wm. (fl. 1551), 236
-, Wm. (fl. 1776), 188–9
-, Wm. (fl. 1847), 143
-, Miss, m. John Astell (d. 1824), 188
-, fam., 153, 190, 229, 237

Harrison:
-, Wm. (fl. 1557), 173
-, Wm. (d. c. 1786), 121

Harrowing, service of, 239

Hart, John, 67

Hartley, John, 69

Harvesting, service of, 164

Haseley, Great, Rycote in, 180

Hastings:
-, Hen., Earl of Huntingdon, 98
-, John, 152

Hatters, 67, 92; and see textile trades, weaving, straw-bonnet

Haughmond Abbey (Salop.), Abbot of, 7

Hawes, Kath., m. Ric. Gostelow (d. 1621), 209

Hawethirn (? Hawten), Rob., 40

Hawkes:
-, John, 236
-, Wm., 236

Hawkins:
-, Jos., 113
-, (or Fisher), Thos., 49, 73, 105, 181

Hawly, John, 148

Hawten (Hawtayne):
-, Edw., 43, 234, 236
-, Eliz., w., of John, 234
-, Gerard, 236
-, Hen., 43–44, 53, 237
-, John (fl. 1506), 231
-, John (d. 1598), 234, 252
-, Joyce, m. — Newman, 252
-, Kath., see Dunch
-, Marg. (fl. 1587), w. of Gerard, see
-, Washington
-, Marg. (fl. 1606), 43
-, Mary (fl. 1614), see Doyley
-, Mary (d. 1652), m. Wm. Morgan, 44
-, Rob., see Hawethirn
-, Thos. (d. 1603), 236–7
-, Thos. (fl. 1638), 43–44
-, Thos. (d. 1677), 219
-, Thos. (d. 1711), 255
-, Wm., 234
-, fam., 8, 43–45, 49, 52, 56, 63, 98, 112 n, 190, 227, 237–8, 242

Hay, Harry, 253

Haycock, John, 180

Haynes, Ric., 111

Healey:
-, Wm. (d. 1671), 219
-, Wm. (d. c. 1703), 225

Hearne, Thos., 150, 215

Heaton, Butler & Bayne, 104, 172

Hebcraft, Wm., 121

Hebden:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Dymoke (d. 1422), 234
-, Nic., 234
-, Ric., 232, 234

Hebden (Yorks. W. R.), 234 n

Heming, Jos., 116 n

Hemings, see Hemmings

Hemington, Sir Ric. of, 208

Hemmings (Hemings):
-, Thos. Plant, 177
-, fam., 256

Hemp manufacture, see textille trades

Hemp-mill, 70

Henderson:
-, Mat., 116
-, W. T., 93, 117

Henley-on-Thames, 6, 78, 170

Henry I, 48

Henry II, 7, 58

Henry III, 7, 17, 197 n

Henry IV, 234

Henry VI, 17

Henry VII, 49, 103

Henry VIII, 17, 135, 195

Henry of the mill, 71

Herbert (fl. before 1319), 200 n

Herbert:
-, Geo., 12–13, 30, 37 n
-, Wm., Earl of Pembroke, 7

Herdenyk, see Hardwick

Hereford:
-, Ctss. of, see Gytha
-, Vctss. of, see Devereux, Eliz.

Hereford, 26 n

Herefordshire, 61, 112

Heriots, 48, 135, 140, 165, 240, 243

Hermit, see bridge hermit

Hersent, Peter, 107

Hervyes, Thos., 61

Hewitt, Marg. Mary, 199

Heydon, Ric., 66

Heyford (Northants.), 193

Heyford, Lower, 67

Heyford, Upper, Heyford Park, 107

Heythrop, 129, 153

Heythrop Hunt, 245

High Commission Court, 8, 98

Highfurlong Brook, 157–8, 160, 184, 197, 206, 209

Highton, Alfred, Vicar of Bourton, 182

Hikeman:
-, Rob., 46
-, fam., 46

Hill:
-, Anne, see Hindes
-, Hen., 188
-, Jas., 14
-, Ric., 103
-, W., 26

Hillesden (Bucks.), 73, 89, 215

Hillier, J. W., 189, 196

Hilton, Jonathan, 221, 224

Hindes:
-, Anne, m. 1 Hen. Hill, 2 Hen. Huguenin, 187–8
-, John, 187
-, Ric., 187
-, Susannah, w. of Revd. Thos. (d. 1768), 187–8
-, Thos. (d. 1722–3), 187–8
-, Revd. Thos. (d. 1768), 187
-, Thos. (fl. 18th cent., another), 187
-, Wm., 187–8
-, fam., 188–9

Hirons:
-, John, sr. (fl. 1762), 219
-, John, jr. (fl. 1762), 219
-, John (d. 1803, ? same as above), 217
-, John Hirons, see Brewerton
-, fam., 217

Hitchcox, John, 244

Hitchman, Thos., and his w. Mary, 176

Hitchman, Messrs., & Co., 68

Hobart:
-, Francis, 54
-, Mary, m. Geo. Augustus North, Earl of Guilford, 90 n
-, Mary, 54
-, fam., 44, 54

Hocking, John, 16

Hodges:
-, John, 137
-, Wm., 137

Hodnell (Warws.), 62

Hoeing, service of, 164, 218

Holand:
-, Maud, m. John Lovel, Ld. Lovel (d. 1408), 234
-, Maud, Lady Holand (fl. early 14th cent.), see Zouche
-, Rob., Ld. Holand, 234
-, Thos., 234, 236
-, and see Holland

Holbech:
-, Ambrose (d. 1701), 201, 203, 205–6
-, Ambrose (d. 1737), 81 n, 201, 203, 205–6
-, Chas. Wm., Archdeacon of Coventry, 194, 201
-, Finetta, 205
-, Hen., Bp. of Lincoln, 3, 43, 168, 229
-, Hugh (fl. 1709), 201, 206
-, Hugh (d. 1763), and his w. Cath., 205
-, Hugh (fl. 1841), 92
-, R. H. A., 201
-, Wm. (fl. 1750), 126
-, Wm. (d. 1812), 90, 198, 201–2
-, Wm. (d. 1856), 189, 194, 205
-, Mr., 206
-, fam., 189, 195, 198, 201–6

Holborn, see London

Holland:
-, T. W., 67
-, and see Holand

Holloway:
-, Benjamin, 137, 143
-, John, 146
-, Phil., 146
-, Sam., 146
-, Thos. (d. 1613), Vicar of Cropredy, 170
-, Thos. (fl. 1683), 152
-, Mr., 173
-, fam., 137

Holman, Sir John, 89, 112

Holt (Lincs.), 231

Holton, 231

Holyoake, G. J., 114

Hoo, Rob. de, 235

Hood, Wm., 193 n

Hook Norton, 64, 67, 138, 240
-, named as address, 43, 108, 115, 216
-, nonconf., 256–7
-, road to, 226

Hope, Jos., 106

Hopkins:
-, Anne, 111
-, John, Vicar of Cropredy, 169
-, hops,, 57, 242
-, 'Hopp Yard', 32

Hopwell End (Derb.), 208

Horley, 47, 50 n, 112, 205–6, 215, 221, 257
-, Hornton in, 50 n, 112, 257; and see Hornton stone

Horn, David, 32

Horn-books, 65

Hornton, see Horley

Hornton stone, 103, 105, 111, 162

Horse-cloth manufacture, see textile trades, weaving

Horse-mill, 245

Horse-racing, 15, 26

Horton:
-, John Hen., 84
-, Mary, 84

Hospitallers, 236, 238–40, 245, 255

Hoste, J. R. P., Vicar of Cropredy, 171, 181–2

Howard, Geo., 255

Howell, John, 122

Howes:
-, John, Vicar of Banbury, 99
-, Wm., 32

Hoxton Academy, see London, Shoreditch in

Hubbard, C. B., 112

Huckvale, Sam., 45

Hudson, Wm., 178

Hudson's Brewery, 68

Hughes:
-, Chas., 114
-, Edw., 217
-, Rebecca, see Chamberlain
-, (later Hughes-Chamberlain), T. C., curate of Claydon-withMollington, 217–18

Hughes-Chamberlain:
-, E., 217
-, R. E., 218
-, T. C., see Hughes

Huguenin:
-, Anne, see Hindes
-, Hen., 188

Hulyer (? Ulger):
-, Hen le, 214
-, Thos. le, 214

Humfrey, Dr. —, 98

Humphries (Humphris):
-, Ric., 215
-, Mr., 67

Hunt:
-, Francis D., 218
-, Geo. (fl. late 16th cent.), 98
-, Geo. (d. 1705), 183, 224
-, Holman, 192
-, John (fl. 1591), 146
-, John (fl. before 1847), 67
-, Thos., 33, 66–67
-, fam., 217

Hunt Edmunds & Co. Ltd., †36, 39, 66–68, 108, 118

Hunt Edmunds Hitchman Co., 68

Hunt Edmunds Hotels Ltd., 68

Huntingdon:
-, Ctss. of, see Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion
-, Earl of, see Hastings, Hen.

Hussey, Jane, 121

Hutchinson:
-, Col. Hen. Hely, 91
-, Mary, w. of Ralph, 148
-, Ralph, Vicar of Charlbury, 148–9, 152
-, Wm., 148, 149 n

Hutt, Wm., 154 n

Hyde:
-, Edw., Earl of Clarendon, 208
-, Hen., Earl of Rochester, 152

Hyems, Mrs., 205

I

Iconoclasm, 8, 98, 102

Ilbury, see Deddington

Imley Park (Suff.), 215

Inclosure, see open fields and inclosure

Incorporated Church Building Society, 105

Independents, 8, 18, 107–8, 114–16, 119, 123, 153, 183, 193

India, 68

Industries, trades, and professions, see agricultural implements industry; aircraft industry; aluminium industry; apothecaries; architects; artists and sculptors; baking; banking; bellfounders; biscuit-making; blacking manufacture; boat-building; booksellers; bowyer; brewing; brick-making; building trades; butchers; cabinet-making; cardboard-box manufacture; carriers; cheese-making; church furnishers; clock- and watchmakers; coal dealing; collarmaking; coal dealing; collar; electrical goods manufacturer; engineering; farriers; glass, glass painters; goldsmiths; graziers; hatters; iron founding; ironstone mining; journalist; judges; lawyers; leather trades; letter-filing-box manufacturer; lorimer; machine-making; malting; market gardening; nailmakers; newspaper proprietors; organ-builders; packaging; paper-maker; physicians; potter; printing; salter; saltpetreman; seed merchant; slate-digging; spicers; staple merchants; stationer; stockbroker; surgeons; surveyors; tinkers; veterinary surgeons; vintners; wharfinger; wool

Infangenetheof, 146

Infeppingum, 128

Ingall, Sam., 16

Inoculation, 82, 95

Instruments, punitive, see cage; cucking stool; gallows; pillory; stake; stocks; treadmills; tumbrell

Iorwerth, Llewelyn ap, Prince of North Wales, 7

Ipswich (Suff.), Holy Trinity Priory, 236

Ireland, Duke of, see Vere, Rob. de

Ireland, 61, 92, 216

Iron-founding, 66, 180

Ironstone mining, 33, 134, 144

Isaacson, Jas., 89

Islington, see London

Italy, entertainers from, 15

Ivicia (fl. 1130), see Robert son of Amaury

J

Jackman, H., 14

Jackson, Sir T. G., 26

Jacobson, Rombolt, and his w. Johanna, 42

Jamaica (W. Indies), 187

James I, 17, 46, 137

James II, 17, 75 as Duke of York, 17

Jans, see Eyrans

Japan, 245

Jarret, fam., 257

Jeffs:
-, Eliz., m. — Berner, 178
-, Wm. (d. 1816), 176, 178
-, Wm. (d. 1860), 178

Jehovah's Witnesses, 120

Jenkinson:
-, Edw., 243
-, Sir Rob. (fl. 1695), 146
-, Sir Rob. (fl. 1715), 143, 152
-, Sir Rob. (fl. 1719, another), 137
-, Sir Rob. (fl. 1759), 137
-, fam., 46, 152

Jersey-weaving, see textile trades, weaving

Jevans, Dr. Jos., 112

Jews, 62

John, King, 207, 215

John son of Alice, 71

John of the Park, 239

John the miller, 180

John (fl. 1346), 214

Johnson:
-, Hen. (fl. 1596), 236
-, Hen. (fl. 1596, s. of above), 236
-, John, 43

Jones:
-, Chas. Graham, Vicar of South Banbury, 107
-, Geo., 116 n
-, Wm., 43
-, —, organ-builders, 107
-, fam., 143

Jonson, Ben, author, 8

Jordan:
-, John (fl. 1777), 178
-, John (fl. c. 1823), 184
-, Ric., 178
-, T. F., 117

Journalist, 47

Judd:
-, Wm., 87
-, —, waggoners, 12

Judge:
-, Wm., 70
-, fam., 211

Judges, 73, 102
-, itinerant justices, 72

Jurassic Way, 1, 5

K

Kachelewe (Cagchelewe, 'Gasselow'):
-, Agnes, 201
-, Elena, 177
-, John, 177, 201
-, Rob., 201
-, Wm., 201
-, fam., 177

Kalabergo, —, 210

Karewill:
-, Hawise de, see Dive
-, Ralf de, 186

Kebbell, see Kibble

Kegworth (Leics.), 163

Keith, John, 205

Kelby, John, 180

Kempthorne, Sampson, 26

Kench:
-, Eliz., 221
-, Kenrick, 118–19

Kendal, Larkum, 134

Kenilworth (Warws.), 117
-, Priory, 200, 203

Kensington, see London

Kepning, Mr., 121

Kerby, see Kirby

Kersey (Suff.), 61

Kesteven (Lincs.), 61

Key, Thos., 219

Keylewey, Rob., 48, 164

Kibble (Kebbell):
-, Geo., 201
-, John, 131
-, Thos., 201

Kidd, Benjamin, 110

Kiddington, 153, 215
-, Asterley in, 215

Kilby, fam., 202

Kilham, Alex., 108, 117

Kilsby (Northants.), 163, 232

Kimberley:
-, Albert, 26 n
-, J. S., 26 n
-, —, builders, 26, 39, 124

Kimberley & Son, 26 n

Kinch, Nat., 112

Kineton (Warws.), 9
-, Brookhampton in, 70

Kineton hund. (Warws.), 197

King:
-, Jas., 47–48
-, John, 42
-, Rob., Vicar of Charlbury, Abbot of Thame, Bp. of Oxford, 135, 149

Kingham, rly. sta., 145

King's Lynn, see Lynn, King's

Kington (Herefs.), 89 n

Kirby (Kerby):
-, Mrs. A., 118
-, Edw., 143
-, Thos., 143

Kirkby, Marsh, Vicar of Wardington, 222

Kirtlington, 48
-, Northbrook Ho., 234

Knibb:
-, Geo., 189
-, Jas. (fl. 1717), 188
-, Jas. (fl. 1776), 190
-, John, 189
-, Ric., 189
-, Thos. Love, 188–9, 190, 194
-, fam., 185–6, 189, 192

Knight:
-, Bezaleel, 8
-, Joan, w. of John (d. 158 ), 32, 12
-, John (d. 1587), Bailiff of Banbury, 32, 102, 125
-, John (fl. 1685), Vicar of Banbury, 99
-, Wm. (d. 1631), Bailiff of Banbury, 8, 74–75, 81, 88, 97 n, 102
-, Wm. (fl. 1664), 32
-, fam., 32, 102 n

Knightcote (Warws.), 202

Knightley (Knightly):
-, Edm., 233
-, Sir John, 122

Knollys:
-, Sir Francis, 18, 74 n, 236
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1626), Earl of Banbury, 18, 74, 81
-, Wm. (fl. 1729), Vct. Wallingford, 89–90

Kuilenburg, Jacob, 10

L

Labour party, 79

Lace-making, see textile trades

Laing, Sir John, 120

Lamb:
-, Revd. G., 90 n
-, Revd. J., 90 n
-, Jeremiah, 229
-, John, Vicar of Banbury, 99
-, Mat., Vicar of Banbury, 90 n, 99
-, fam., 229

Lambert, Thos., 203

Lampitt (Lampet):
-, Chas., 67, 70
-, John, 67
-, W. L., 48

Lampitt and Co., 67

Lamprey & Son, 70

Lancashire, 64

Lancaster:
-, John of, Duke of Bedford, 63
-, Thos., Vicar of Banbury, 91 n, 99

Lancaster:
-, Ctss. of, see Alice
-, Earl of, see Thomas

Lane:
-, Jane, 121
-, Martha, 121

Langland, Wm., 7

Langley:
-, John (d. 1657), 18
-, John (d. 1865), 252
-, Thos. of, 138
-, fam., 217

Langston:
-, John, 236
-, fam., 236

Langworth, Jas., 236

Lascelles, Frank, 229

Latimer, Hugh, Bp. of Worcester, 97

Laud, Wm., Abp. of Canterbury, 18, 97

Laund Priory (Leics.), 185–6, 188–9
-, Prior of, 187

Launton, 214

Lavers and Baird, 192

Lavers, Barrand, and Westlake, 172

Law days, 72, 80

Lawrence, Nat., 103, 122

Lawyers, 163
-, barristers, 91, 93
-, solicitors, 80, 91–92, 118

Lea:
-, Isabel of the, m. John Danvers (d. c. 1347), 231
-, Kath. of the, m. Rob. Wykeham (d. c. 1359), 230, 234 n
-, Parnel of the, 239
-, Wm. of the (fl. 1252), 234 n
-, Wm. of the (fl. 1279), 232–3, 239
-, Wm. of the (fl. 1316, ? same as above), 232, 234
-, Wm. of the (fl. 1327), 230–1, 234
-, and see Lee

Lea, in Swalcliffe, 3, 225, 227, 230
-, agric., 244
-, boundaries, 227
-, chant., 233
-, chap., 248
-, inc., 227, 241
-, man., 227, 233–4
-, man.-ho., 227, 234
-, mill, 244
-, pop., 227
-, Rom. rem., 1, 226
-, tithes, 237
-, woodland, 241

Leafield, see Shipton-under-Wychwood

Leamington (Warws.), 12, 160

Leamington Hastings (Warws.), 31

Leather trades, 59, 62–64, 87, 144–5, 167
-, gloving, 63, 129, 131, 133, 144–5, 151
-, shoemaking, 12, 62–64, 66–67, 93, 144–6, 167, 180, 186, 205, 220, 257

Lectures (Puritan), 13, 97–98

Ledbrook, Leonard, 117

Lee:
-, Anne, m. — Watson, 162, 195
-, Charlotte, Ctss. of Lichfield, 136
-, Edw. Hen., Earl of Lichfield, 135, 137, 145
-, Sir Francis Hen. (d. 1639), 135
-, Sir Francis Hen. (d. 1667), 135
-, Geo. Hen. (d. 1742), Earl of Lichfield, 135
-, Geo. Hen. (d. 1772), Earl of Lichfield, 135–6, 143
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1611), 134–7, 139, 141–2, 148
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1631), 135, 142
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1659), 135
-, Sir Hen. (fl. 1665), 129
-, Mary, w. of Thos., m. 2 Sir Ric. Corbet, 162, 195
-, Rob., Earl of Lichfield, 135–6, 143, 145
-, Thos., 162, 164–5, 195
-, fam., 128, 136–7, 141
-, and see Lea

Leeds (Yorks. W. R.), 26, 61

Lees, Rob., 245

Legge, Heneage, 90

Leicester:
-, Ctss. of, see Montfort, Eleanor de
-, earls of, see Coke, Thos.; Grantmesnil, Hugh de

Leicester, 12, 91, 208, 249

Leicestershire, 94, 98 n

Leigh, North, 128, 138, 231

Leland, John, 21, 23, 41, 58, 105

Lenton Priory (Notts.), 200 n

Leopold, Duke of Albany, 17

Lepers, 23, 195

Le Strange, Lady, 248

Letter-filing-box manufacture, 66

Levellers, 10

Lewin (fl. 1086), 199

Lewin, Isaac, 116

Leyburn:
-, Idony de, see Vipont
-, Rog. de, 207

Leys, 52, 54, 57, 142, 240–1

Liberal party, 13, 92–95, 108

Liberation Soc., 94

Libraries, see Banbury; Charlbury; Neithrop

Lichfield:
-, Ctss. of, see Lee, Charlotte
-, earls of, see Lee, Edw. Hen.; Lee, Geo. Hen. (d. 1742); Lee, Geo. Hen. (d. 1772); Lee, Rob.

Liége (Belgium), Bp. of, see Barro, Theobald de

Light, Chris., 47

Lime-kilns, 246

Limerick (Ireland), 61

Lincoln, 42, 135
-, bps. of, 6–7, 40–41, 57, 95–97; and see Alexander; Avalon, Hugh of; Bloet, Rob.; Burghersh, Hen.; Chesney, Rob. de; Gray, Wm.; Grosseteste, Rob.; Holbech, Hen.; Longland, John; Remigius; Wells, Hugh of
-, estates of, 1–3, 5–6, 18, 21, 23, 28, 39, 42–43, 45–46, 49–50, 52–56, 61, 69–70, 100–1, 128, 135, 138–9, 162–5, 167, 177–80, 186, 195, 207, 211–12, 214–15, 220, 229, 232; and see Banbury, seigneurial admin.
-, officers of, 71–72, 146, 149
-, Cathedral, 88, 95, 164
-, Dean and Chapter of, 39, 42, 95–97, 164, 168, 232
-, see of, 1, 6, 18, 58, 61, 69, 97, 162–3, 177

Lincoln College, Oxford, 146

Lincolnshire, 43, 48, 61 n, 95

Lindsey:
-, R. S., 46
-, Wm., 46

Litchfield, Francis, 94 n

Liverpool (Lancs.), 93

Lloyd (Loyd):
-, Harriet, m. Rob. Jas. Lindsay (later Loyd-Lindsay), Ld. Wantage, 208
-, Hugh, Vicar of Charlbury, 149
-, Sam. Jones, Baron Overstone, 184, 208

Lloyd's Bank, 33, 36

Loans, forced, see forced loans

Local Government Board, 84

Loder:
-, Eliz., see Taylor
-, John, 216

Lodge, David, 116

Logges, Thos., 249

Loggin:
-, Edm., 241
-, John (fl. 1665), 242
-, John (d. 1726), 247, 259–60
-, Wm., 237, 259
-, Mrs., 258
-, fam., 238, 242, 252

Lollards, 7, 40, 97, 250

London:
-, Joan, w. of Ric., 136
-, John of, 136
-, Ric., 136, 140
-, fam., 139–40

London, 11, 14, 27, 34, 36, 66–67, 83, 109, 114, 129, 190, 246
-, alderman of, 94
-, citizen of, 177, 180, 195, 200
-, Clerkenwell in, 173, 182
-, St. John's Priory, 236
-, communications with, 12, 128
-, Covent Garden in, 237
-, Greater London Council, 27
-, Grocer's Company of, 61
-, Holborn in, 177
-, ind., 64, 66
-, Islington in, 93, 213
-, Kensington in, 107
-, Knightsbridge in, 217
-, Ld. Mayor of, see Spencer, Sir John (fl. 1598)
-, Ludgate Hill in, 205
-, Middle Temple, 98
-, Millbank Penitentiary, 81
-, named as address, 42, 62, 65, 67, 70, 84, 102, 104 n, 107, 115, 118, 178, 195, 200, 209, 222, 232–3, 240, 257
-, nonconf., 108, 113, 115, 117, 153
-, Poultry Counter, 62
-, road to, 9
-, St. Paul's Cathedral, 102, 149
-, St. Paul's Sch., 18
-, Shoreditch in, Hoxton Academy, 114
-, trade relations with, 61–62, 64, 67–68
-, Tyburn (Tibume) in, 7
-, Whitechapel in, 187
-, Wimpole St., 192
-, Woolwich in, 81

London and County Bank, 39

London Peace Soc., 111, 134

Long:
-, Anne, 53 n, 54 n
-, John (d. by 1575), 54 n
-, John (fl. 1671), 110
-, Wm., 54 n
-, fam., 54

Longland, John, Bp. of Lincoln, 43, 55

Lord:
-, Job, 220
-, John, 210
-, Jos., 220
-, Sam., 220
-, fam., 220

Lords, House of, 9, 89 n, 99

Lorimer, 62

Lot meadows, 54, 219, 240

Louth (Lincs.), 47, 61

Loveday:
-, Anne, see Taylor Loder
-, Geo., 215, 222–3
-, John (fl. 1778), 180, 215–17
-, John (fl. 1843), 212, 215–17
-, Thos., 210
-, W. T., 222
-, Mrs., 174
-, fam., 172, 180, 216, 223

Lovel (Lovell):
-, Francis, Ld. Lovel, 7
-, Sir John (fl. 1391), 49
-, John (d. 1408), Ld. Lovel, 234
-, John (d. 1465), Ld. Lovel, 234
-, Maud, see Holand
-, Rob., 49
-, Wm., (d. 1455), Ld. Lovel, 49, 234
-, Wm., (fl. 1822), 178
-, fam., 21, 42, 49

Loveling, Benjamin, Vicar of Banbury, 99, 110

Lovell, see Lovel

Lovett, John, 97

Lowe, —, 39

Loyd, see Lloyd

Loyd-Lindsay, Harriet, see Lloyd

Lucas:
-, P., 107
-, Mrs., 121

Lucy, Sir Thos., 231, 246

Lumbert, Jos., 45

Lupton, Rog., Vicar of Cropredy, 169, 173, 181

Lydiard, Alice, m. John Wykeham (d. by 1514), 230

Lydiatt, fam., 255

Lyllys, Ric., 209

Lyme Regis (Dorset), 89

Lynch, H. F. B., 211, 218

Lynes, D. E., 163

Lynn, King's (Norf.), 95

M

McDougall:
-, A. P., 208
-, Anne Patricia, m. R. H. S. Crossman, 208, 218

MacGregor, Jas., 93

Machine-making, 66–67, 180; and see agricultural implements manufacture

Madmarston Camp, see Swalcliffe

Magdalen College, Oxford, 97–98, 150

Magistrates, see Banbury, borough; Oxfordshire

Magnus, Wm., 138

Maidenhead (Berks.), 33 n

Major:
-, Thos., 213
-, Wm. French, 213

Malmesbury (Wilts.), 180

Malting, 24, 63, 112, 131, 140, 142, 240, 243
-, service of, 164

Manchester (Lancs.), 115
-, Grammar Sch., 7

Manchester College, Oxford, 113

Mangolds, 58, 166, 180, 190, 202

Mansell:
-, Edw., 162
-, fam., 165

Mare, see de la Mare

Market gardening, 57

Markets, see Banbury; Charlbury; Grimsbury

Marlborough, dukes of, 129, 139, 148; and see Spencer, Chas.; Spencer, Geo.; Spencer Churchill, Geo. (d. 1840); Spencer Churchill, Geo. (d. 1857); Spencer Churchill, John (d. 1883)

Marsh, Thos., 257

Marshall:
-, John, 235
-, Marg., see Beaumont

Marston, Long (Warws., formerly Glos.), 259

Martin:
-, Eliz., 156–7
-, Thos., 157
-, Wm., (fl. 1552), 101, 172
-, Wm., (d. 1667), 189
-, Wm., (fl. before 1786), 194
-, Wm., (fl. 1786), 143

Mary I, 1, 7, 73, 89, 236

Maslin, 57, 140, 142, 165, 179, 240–1

Mason, Thos., 56

Masons, see building trades

Mathewe:
-, Thos., 178
-, Wm., and his w. Cath., 178
-, fam., 178

Mathews:
-, John, 70
-, fam., 255

Maurice, Prince, 17

Mavor:
-, Harriet, 205
-, Hen. Francis, 189
-, Revd. Wm., 189

May games, 13, 97, 251
-, maypoles, 7, 13, 97–98, 132

Maynooth (Kildare), 93

Mayo, Wm., Vicar of Swalcliffe, 252–3

Mayott:
-, Eliz., 138
-, Rob., 138

Mead:
-, Humph., Vicar of South Banbury, 107
-, Jehorada, 246 n

Meakes, fam., 256

Mediterranean, 94

Merchants, 62, 103, 177; and see Staple Merchants

Mercia, 128; and see Offa

Mercians, Bp. of, see Diuma

Merevale Abbey (Warws.), 61

Merriot, Thos., Vicar of Swalcliffe, 237, 250, 253, 258

Merton College, Oxford, 250

Messenger service, 239

Metcalfe:
-, Eliz., 121
-, and see Abraham

Methodists, 34, 47, 92, 94, 107–9, 112, 114, 117–19, 123–4, 131, 133, 154–5, 161, 173–4, 183, 193, 204–6, 257; and see Banbury Methodist Circuit
-, Methodist New Connexion, 108, 117
-, Methodist Union, 119
-, Wesleyan Conference, 47
-, Wesleyan Reform Union, 108

Meulan, Count of, see Beaumont, Rob. de

Mewburn:
-, Wm., 47, 84, 94–95, 118
-, Mrs., 84

Mewport, Grace, 113

Meyrick, Wm., 45

Miall, Edw., 93–95

Middle Angles, 128

Middle Temple, see London

Middleton Cheney (Northants.), 9, 12, 26, 84, 108, 114–16

Midland Clock Works, 223

Midland Marts Ltd., 60, 68, 208

Midland Red Omnibus Co., 87

Midlands Electricity Board, 87

Mignon:
-, Cecil, see Fieunes
-, Rob., 3

Milcombe, see Bloxham

Milcote (Warws.), 163

Mill:
-, Hen. of the, see Henry of the mill
-, Wm. at the, see William at the mill

Miller, John, 90 n

Miller:
-, John the, see John the miller
-, Wal. the, see Walter the miller

Mills, W. E., 26, 105, 124, 173

Mills, see Banbury; Bourton; Charlbury; Cropredy; Easington; Epwell; Fawler; fulling-mill; Hardwick; Grimsbury; hempmill; horse-mill; Lea; Mollington; Oxford, Moor Mill; post-mill; Prescote; Sibford Ferris; Sibford Gower; Spelsbury, Coldron Mill; Swalcliffe; Wardington; Wickham; Williamscot; windmills

Milton, see Adderbury

Milton, Great, Ascot in, 47

Milward, Wm., 45

Minstrels, 13

Mitchell, John, 180, 209

Mitchells & Butlers Ltd., 68

Moated sites, 163, 196, 209; and see Banbury, cast.

Mohair manufacture, see textile trades, weaving

Mohun:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Edw. Cope, 2 Geo. Carleton, 46
-, Wal., 46

Mold:
-, Edw., 178
-, fam., 186

Mollington, in Cropredy, 157–8, 191–2, 197–206
-, adv., 203–4
-, agric., 201–3
-, boundaries, 198
-, ch. (formerly chap.), 168–9, 171, 181, 203–5
-, ct., 201
-, curacy, 192, 203–4; and see Claydonwith-Mollington
-, curates of, 170–1, 191, 204; and see Mollington, vicars (titular) of
-, dom. archit., 198–9
-, farms., 198, 202
-, fields, 202
-, glebe, 169, 203
-, inc., 163, 198–9, 201
-, ind., 202
-, inns, 199
-, man., 177, 187, 195, 198–201
-, man.-ho., 198
-, mill, 200, 203
-, named as address, 73, 109, 189, 201, 208–9
-, nonconf., 193, 204–5
-, par. officers, 203, 206
-, poor relief, 203
-, pop., 198, 201
-, road to, 160, 185
-, sch., 174, 194, 205–6, 224 n
-, tithes, 169, 203–4
-, vicarage-hos., 203–4
-, vicars (titular) of, 203–4; and see Sugden, A. M.

Montfort, Eleanor de, Ctss. of Leicester, 63

Montgomery, Edw., 188

Monumental brasses, 107, 152

Moore, John, & Sons, 173

Moreton, Eliz., m. 1 Sam. Danvers, 2 Sir John Danvers, 208

Moreton Corbet (Salop.), 162, 195

Morgan:
-, Hawten Maria, 44
-, Wm., 44

Mormons, 109

Morris (Morrice):
-, C. H., 132, 137
-, Martha, m. Nat. Coleman, 217
-, Phil., 217, 220
-, fam., 132

Morris dancing, 13, 97

Mortimer:
-, Hugh, 200
-, Joanna, 200
-, Marg., see Say
-, Maud, w. of Hugh, 200
-, Rob. de, 200
-, fam., 200–1

Mountford, Sir Wm., 201

Mowbray:
-, Eliz. de, see Segrave
-, John de (d. 1368), Ld. Mowbray, 213
-, John (d. 1432), Ld. Nottingham, 177
-, John (d. 1461), Duke of Norfolk, 177
-, Thos., Duke of Norfolk, 177
-, fam., 177, 213

Mowing, service of, 53, 139, 164, 218, 239

Muddin:
-, John, 220
-, Wm., 220
-, Wm. (another), 220
-, fam., 217, 220

Mugdan, H. J., group, 69

Munton:
-, John, 91
-, Wm., 80 n

Murals, see wall-paintings

Murray, Jas., 26

Museums, see Banbury; Charlbury

Musgrave:
-, Hugh, 208
-, Isabel, 208

Maud, see Prescote, Maud of
-, Sir Thos. (fl. before 1265), 208
-, Thos. (fl. 1318), 208
-, fam., 208

Musical activity, 14; and see Germany; minstrels

N

Nail-makers, 167, 180

Napton (Warws.), 216

National Charter Association, 93

National Fire Service, 86

National Rejectors Ltd., 69

National Sunday League, 114

National Telephone Co., 87

Naylor, Jas., 18

Neal, Hannah, 156

Neithrop, in Banbury, 3–5, 11, 16, 25, 27–28, 36, 51, 69, 73, 80 n, 90 n, 92, 94, 96, 97 n, 105
-, agric., 18, 49–50, 52–58, 71
-, boundary, 5 n, 49
-, chap., 100, 105
-, char., 126
-, ct., 43
-, dom. archit., 28–29, 31
-, fields, 44, 49–50, 53–54
-, fire fighting, 86
-, glebe, 95–96
-, hospitals, 84–85
-, inc., 54
-, library, 14
-, man., 23, 28, 42–44, 49, 53 n, 71
-, mission halls, 39, 119–20
-, named as address, 43, 70, 110, 245
-, Neithrop Ho., 36, 84, 88
-, nonconf., 116–20
-, par. officers, 5 n, 9, 71, 77–78, 83, 86
-, pk., 88
-, place-name, 28
-, poor relief, 78
-, pop., 27–28
-, public health, 79
-, riot at, 12
-, sch., 100, 121–4
-, street lighting, 86
-, tithes, 96
-, vestry, 78
-, Vulcan Foundry, 28, 67
-, workhouses, 84; and see Banbury Poor Law Union, workhouse

Nethercote (Northants.), in Banbury, 5, 57, 63, 118–19

Nevill (Neville):
-, Ric., Earl of Warwick, 235
-, fam., 209

New College, Oxford, 228–9, 238, 244, 248–9, 251–4, 256, 258
-, estates of, 178, 237, 241, 243, 245
-, fellows of, 149, 238, 249–50
-, warden of, 238, 254; and see Woodward, Wm.

New England, (U.S.A.), 18

New Inn Hall, Oxford, 150

Newark, Ric. of, 162, 186

Newark (Notts.), 30 n, 39 n, 135

Newbery, John, 65

Newbold (Worcs.), Armscott in, 178

Newcastle-on-Tyne (Northumb.), 192

Newington, Bart. of, 149

Newington, North, 45 n, 109 n, 110–11, 115, 226, 259

Newman:
-, John, 33, 113
-, Joyce, see Hawten
-, Sam., 18

Newspaper proprietors, 47, 91

Nicholas, see Nix

Nicholls (Nicholes, Nichols):
-, Jos., 201
-, Josiah, 178
-, Organ, Mayor of Banbury, 74
-, Thos., 190

Nix (Nicholas):
-, Ric., 233
-, Thos., and his w. Isabel, 233
-, fam., 233

Nobbs, Geo., 173

Noel, A. Wm., Vicar of Cropredy, 171, 184

Nonconformist, The, 93

Norfolk, dukes of, 213; and see Mowbray, John (d. 1461); Mowbray, Thos.

Norman, Rog., 204

Normandy, 235

Norris:
-, E. G., Vicar of Swalcliffe, 252
-, Eleanor, 252
-, Hen., 227, 231, 251–2, 258

North:
-, Anne, 121
-, Brownlow, 90 n
-, Chas., 89, 121
-, Sir Dudley, 75, 89
-, Sir Edw., 135–6
-, Francis (d. 1729), Ld. Guilford, 89, 121, 125
-, Francis (d. 1790), Earl of Guilford, 74 n, 82, 89–90, 121, 125–6
-, Francis (d. 1817), Earl of Guilford, 90
-, Fred., Ld. North and Earl of Guilford, Prime Minister, 11, 90–91, 121
-, Geo. Augustus, Earl of Guilford, 90–91
-, John (fl. 1327), 140
-, Col. John (fl. 1852, 1875), 54, 88, 220
-, Mary, see Hobart
-, Rog., 90
-, Susan, Dowager Ctss. of Guilford, 88 n
-, fam., 11, 13, 44, 75, 88–91

North Oxfordshire Parliamentary Constituency, 95

North Sea gas, 87

Northampton:
-, Ctss. of, see Spencer, Eliz.
-, Earl of, see Compton, Jas.; Compton, Spencer; Compton, Wm.

Northampton, 6, 10 n, 12, 14, 64, 116–17

Northampton Methodist Circuit, 117

Northamptonshire, 9, 24, 61, 63, 72, 81, 99, 106, 112
-, boundary, 5, 184, 198

Northern Aluminium Co.., Ltd see Aluminium Ltd.

Northumberland, Duke of, see Dudley, John

Northumbria, 128

Norton (Northants.), 188

Norton, Chipping, 16, 64, 67
-, named as address, 68, 146, 154, 231, 256 n
-, nonconf., 117, 153, 257
-, road to, 127–8

Norton, Chipping, Poor Law Union, 147
-, Guardians, 156

Norton, Chipping, Rural District Council, 133

Norton, Hook, see Hook Norton

Norton, Over, 226

Nottingham, Ld., see Mowbray, John (d. 1432)

Nottingham, 12

Noyon Priory (Oise, France), 199

Nuneham Courtenay, 199

Nutt, Job, 237

Nutter, C. C., 113

O

Oddie, Hugh, 256

Odiham (Hants), 63

Offa, King of Mercia, 158

Offchurch (Warws.), 158

Ogilby, John, 59

Oken, Thos., 125

Oldham, Hugh, Bp. of Exeter, 7

Olney, John, 56

Open fields and inclosure, 18, 28, 44, 49–50, 52–57, 95, 105, 127, 140, 142–3, 158, 161–6, 169, 179–80, 185–6, 188–9, 197–9, 201–2, 209, 219, 227–8, 237, 240–3, 249, 259

Orchard, —, 84

Organ-builders, see Bates, T. C., & Son; Bryceson, —; Byfield, Messrs.; Jones, —; Story and Clark; Walker, Messrs.

Orton, Geo., 188, 190

Osbern son of Richard, 200

Osborne:
-, Jos., 116
-, Wm., 116

Oseney Abbey, see Oxford

Oswell, Owen, 157

Overstone, Ld., see Lloyd, Sam. Jones

Overthorpe (Northants.), 107, 118

Owen, Geo., 101, 135, 172

Oxford, 9, 16, 41, 99, 121, 129, 144, 172
-, architects, 37
-, assizes, 59, 81, 110
-, bank, 67
-, cast., 127
-, communications with, 12, 67, 128
-, ct., 81
-, craftsmen, 36, 252
-, dom. archit., 29–30, 37
-, Hospital of St. John, 149
-, ind., 65, 67
-, Moor Mill, 70
-, named as address, 24, 26, 36, 107, 114, 122, 170, 256
-, newspaper, 169
-, nonconf., 109, 114, 116

Oseney Abbey, 138, 234–5, 239–40, 245–6
-, plague, 135
-, prison and imprisonment in, 8, 81–82, 109
-, Radcliffe Infirmary, 147, 157
-, rly. from, 13, 128
-, riot, 12
-, road to, 12
-, St. Ebbe's, 170
-, siege of, 162
-, Trinitarian friars, 105
-, University, 18, 89 n, 98, 149, 169; and see All Souls; Brasenose; Christ Church; Lincoln; Magdalen; Manchester; Merton; New College; New Inn Hall; St. John's College

Oxford, Archdeacon of, 95, 97, 148–9, 168; and see Pett, Phineas
-, bps. of, 97, 106, 182, 191, 203–4, 221; and see Corbet, Ric.; Fell, John; King, Rob.; Secker, Thos.; Wilberforce, Sam.
-, estates of, 48–49, 135, 146, 164, 166, 179, 189, 202
-, see of, 96–97, 106, 164, 168, 213, 217

Oxford and District Water Board, 80, 83

Oxford and Rugby Railway, 76, 160

Oxford Canal, 12, 36, 67, 158, 175, 186, 194, 198, 209–10; and see Banbury, canal; Bourton, canal; Claydon, canal; Cropredy, canal

Oxford Canal Co., 60, 156, 167, 195

Oxford Diocesan Board of Education, 124

Oxford Diocesan Church Building Soc., 182

Oxford Lunatic Asylum, 168

Oxfordshire, 5, 10–11, 16, 45, 60, 73 n, 81, 89, 106
-, agric., 50, 180
-, boundary, 5–6, 24, 95, 157, 184, 197–8, 225
-, Constabulary, 86
-, County Council, 80, 86, 106, 124, 133
-, Education Committee, 259
-, Deputy Lieut. of, 97
-, episcopal estates in, 6, 18, 42, 162
-, inc., 163
-, Lds. Lieut. of, 8, 74, 109
-, magistrates, 97, 168
-, M.P.s for, 74, 89
-, nonconf., 110
-, peculiar jurisdictions, 96–97
-, poor relief, 168
-, Quarter Sessions, 81
-, receiver-general for, 101
-, sheriffs of, 40 n, 97, 216

Oxgangs, 95

P

Packaging, 69

Packer, Thos., 153

Paedobaptists, 117

Page:
-, Sir Francis, 75, 89
-, Jas. (fl. 1780), 232
-, Jas. (d. by 1924), 232
-, John, 232
-, John N., 232
-, Susan, 127
-, fam., 232

Pageants, 13, 73

Pagett, fam., 255

Pain & Bartlett, Messrs., 104 n

Paine (Payne)
-, A. J., 152
-, Edw., Vicar of Swalcliffe, 249–52, 254–5
-, John, 146
-, Jonathan, 146
-, fam., 146

Painton, see Paynton

Palace Theatre Company, 15

Palmer:
-, Eliz., m. Rob., Brome (fl. early 15th cent.), 231 n
-, Eliz., see Byshopsden
-, G. W., Vicar of Claydon, 192
-, Thos., 231

Paper-maker, 45

Pares:
-, John (d. 1833), 208
-, John (fl. 1855, 1867), 208
-, Thos. (fl. 1798), 208
-, Thos. (d. 1824), 208
-, Thos. (fl. 1824, nephew of above), 208
-, Thos. Hen., 208

Pargetting, see building trades

Park, John of the, see John of the Park

Parker:
-, John, 115 n
-, Jos., 114, 115
-, Theodore, 113 n, 114
-, Thos., Vct. Parker, 47

Parkes, Jos., 91

Parliament, 10, 18, 64, 99–100, 105; and see Commons, House of; Lords, House of
-, Members of, 47, 208; and see Banbury, M.P.s; Oxfordshire, M.P.s
-, Parliamentarians (Civil War), 9–10, 25, 41, 64, 99, 102, 162, 172

Parnell:
-, C., 39 n
-, John, 180

Parry (Parrye):
-, Harry, Prebendary of Banbury, 48
-, John, 221

Parsons:
-, Thos., 180
-, Tim. (fl. 1654), 180, 209, 220
-, Tim. (fl. c. 1700, ? same as above), 210

Pasture, conversion to, 52, 57, 209, 242

Pawley, Thos., 136, 141

Payne, see Paine

Paynton (Painton):
-, Dolly, m. Francis Pigott, 48
-, Ric. (fl. mid 18th cent.) and his w. Susannah, 48
-, Ric. (fl. 1710), 81 n
-, fam., 48

Pears, —, 170

Pearson, Wm., 257

Pease:
-, Chris, Ld. Wardington, 215
-, John W. B., Ld. Wardington, 215, 223

Pecche, John, 248–9

Peculiar jurisdictions, 246, 253, 255; and see Banbury Peculiar; Cropredy Peculiar
-, ct., 63, 98, 161–2, 168, 174, 181, 246

Peel, Sir Rob., 93

Pembroke, Earl of, see Herbert, Wm.,

Pennyland, 53

Penson, John, 157

Pentecostalists, 109

Percy:
-, Cath., w. of Hen., m. 2 Francis Fitton, 42
-, Sir Chas., 42
-, Hen., Earl of Northumberland, 42

Perkins:
-, John, 42
-, Wm., 98

Perks, Rob. Wm., 47

Perrot:
-, Jas. (fl. 1665), 134, 137
-, Jas. (fl. 1716), 138
-, Hen., 138
-, fam., 143

Perry, Thos., 57 n

Persia, 245

Peryent, John, 101

Pest-houses, see Banbury; Charlbury

Petre:
-, Gertrude, w. of Wm., 49, 195
-, Wm., 49, 169, 195, 197

Pett, Phineas, Archdeacon of Oxford, Vicar of Cropredy, 168–70

Pettipher:
-, Jos., and his w. Eliz., 256
-, —, 257 n
-, fam., 229

Petton (Salop.), 216

Petty:
-, Eliz., see Snappe
-, John, 138
-, Leonard, 138

Peverel:
-, Wm., 199, 200 n
-, fam., 199

Philip, King, 236

Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 17

Phillips:
-, Geo., 9, 24 n
-, Capt. Hen., 109–10

Physicians, 246, 255

Piccage and stallage, 60 n, 74–76, 80

Pidgeon, Dan., 67

Pie powder court, 58–59, 72–73

Pierson:
-, Laur., 43
-, Wm., 43

Pigott:
-, Ann Dolly, m. Bernard Brocas, 104
-, Dolly, see Paynton
-, Francis, 48, 104
-, Gillery, 93
-, (later Pigott Stainsby Conant), Paynton, 48, 54, 104, 126
-, Ric., 48
-, Shreeve Botry, 48
-, fam., 48, 104

Pillerton, Sim. of, 200

Pillory, 75, 82

Pinchbeck (Lincs.), 249

Piper, Hen. Hunt, 113

'Pitch and shew', 145

Pitt, John, Vicar of Banbury, 97

Plague, 6, 10, 27, 82
-, Black Death, 27, 133–4, 140–1, 250

Plant:
-, Anna Maria, 177
-, Martha, w. of Wm., 176
-, Mat., 177
-, Nic., 177
-, Priscilla, 172–3
-, Thos. (fl. 1552), 177
-, Thos. (d. 1728), 177
-, Wm., 176–7

Plantagenet, Geo., Duke of Clarence, 17

Players, strolling, 13–14

Plessis:
-, Hugh de, and his w. Eliz., 235
-, John de, 235
-, Marg. de, see Beaumont

Plestow, Ric., 126

Plivey:
-, Jos., 212
-, Ric., 212

Plot, Dr. Rob., 184

Ploughing, service of, 164, 218, 239

Plumpton, Ralph of, 187

Plundered Ministers, Cttee. for, 250

Plush industry, see textile trades, weaving

Plymouth Brethren, see Brethren

Pococke, Ric., 63, 101 n

Pole, Cardinal Reg., 164

Polley:
-, Chris., 191
-, Ric., 191

Pontefract (Yorks. W. R.), 6

Pope:
-, Marg., w. of Sir Thos., 49
-, Sir Thos., 49, 217, 236, 238, 245

Porter, Canon Chas. Fleetwood, Vicar of Banbury, 104–5

Portland, Duke of, see CavendishBentinck

Portmoots, 3, 23, 71–73, 146

Postmaster General, 87

Post-mill, 70

Potatoes, 58, 166, 180, 190

Potter:
-, John, 238
-, —, 109 n

Potter, 62

Potts, Wm., 14, 17, 66, 92, 113, 115

Poulton, Lewis, 230

Pratt (Pratte):
-, Hen. (fl. 1800), 12
-, Hen. (d. by 1851, ? same as above), 56
-, John, 221
-, Mic., 167

Preedy (Priddie, Priddy):
-, Eliz., 188
-, Francis, 136
-, John, 137, 143
-, Jos. (fl. 1794), 188
-, Jos. (fl. 1859), 185
-, Thos., 137, 141
-, fam., 137, 190

Prehistoric remains, 1, 6, 128; and see Banbury; Charlbury; Cropredy; Fawler; Sibford Gower; Swalcliffe; Wardington

Presbyterians, 11, 18, 75, 89 n, 99, 108, 112–15, 117, 121–3, 153, 183

Prescote:
-, Gil. of, 207
-, Mabel of, m. Nic. Trimenel (fl. 1298), 208
-, Maud of, m. Hugh Musgrave, 208
-, Ric. of (d. by 1241), 207
-, Ric. of (d. 1250 or 1251), 207
-, Wal. of (fl. c. 1210), 207
-, Wal. of (d. by 1258), 207–8
-, Wm. of, 207

Prescote, in Cropredy, 3–4, 157–8, 206–10
-, agric., 209
-, bridges, 206
-, chap., 168, 207
-, fields, 185
-, inc., 209
-, man., 164–5, 167, 187, 201, 207–9
-, man.-ho., 206–9
-, mill, 180, 209–10, 220
-, named as address, 158, 167, 172, 181, 218
-, poor relief, 210
-, pop., 206–7
-, Prescote, Upper, 157–8, 206, 210
-, Prescote aisle (in Cropredy ch.), 171–2
-, Prescote Estate, 161
-, road to, 160
-, tithes, 169

Preston, Jos., 183, 193, 205

Preston-on-Stour (Warws., formerly Glos.), Alscot Pk. in, 34

Price, Dr., 112

Priddie (Priddy), see Preedy

Priestley, —, 112

Prince Consort, see Albert

Princes Risborough, see Risborough, Princes

Princess Royal, see Victoria

Printing, 12, 33, 65–66, 68–69, 92, 144

Prisons, see Banbury, gaol; Banbury, cast.; London, Millbank Penitentiary; Oxford

Prize-fighting, 15

Protection societies, 16

Protectorate, 169–70

Protestant nonconformity, see Anabaptists; Baptists; Brethren; Christian Scientists; Congregationalists; Disciples of Christ; Elim Church; Full Gospel Testimony Church; Independents; Methodists; Mormons; Pentecostalists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Spiritualist Church; Unitarians

Provident dispensary, 84

Prowett:
-, Eliz., 177
-, John (d. 1763), 177
-, Revd. John (d. 1851), 177
-, N. H. E., 177
-, Wm., 177–9
-, Mrs., 183
-, fam., 197

Prussia, Crown Prince of, see Frederick

Pudlicote, in Charlbury, 149

Pugin, Augustus W. N., 107, 122

Pulse, 140, 142, 165, 179, 241–2

Pumphrey, Caroline Westcombe, 135

Punitive instruments, see cage; cucking stool; gallows; pillory; stake; stocks; treadmills; tumbrell

Puritanism, 18, 89, 170; and see Banbury; lectures

Pye, Hen., 91

Q

Quakers, 11, 18, 32, 36, 83, 92, 99, 108–12, 117, 120, 122, 129, 134–5, 153, 155, 173, 182, 193, 205, 221, 223, 228–9, 237, 242, 246, 256–9

Quarendon (Bucks.), 142

Queen Anne's Bounty, 96, 221, 256

Quincy:
-, Helen de, m. Alan la Zouche (d. 1270), 234
-, Marg. de, Ctss. of Winchester, see FitzParnel
-, Rog. de, Earl of Winchester, 234–5
-, Saer de, Earl of Winchester, 234

Quiney:
-, Ric., 205
-, Thos., 205

R

Radcot Bridge, battle of, 7

Radford, Rob., 116

Radford, see Enstone

Radicalism, 11–12, 77, 79, 91–95, 108, 114, 117

Radstone (Northants.), 197

Railways, see Banbury and Cheltenham Direct Railway; Buckinghamshire Railway; East and West Junction Railway; Great Central Railway; Great Eastern Railway; Great Western Railway; Oxford and Rugby Railway

Rainsford (Reynsford):
-, John, 136
-, Wm., 217

Raleigh:
-, Edw. (fl. after 1460), 199
-, Edw. (d. 1513), 199
-, Geo. (d. 1546), 187, 199
-, Sir Geo. (fl. 1611), 187
-, Capt. Geo. (fl. 1650), 204
-, Idony, w. of John (fl. 1417), 208
-, Joan, m. 2 Edw. Brounflete, 187, 199
-, John (fl. 1314), 199
-, John (fl. 1342), 199–200
-, John (fl. 1417), 208, 214
-, Sim., 177, 179, 189
-, Thos. (d. 1397), 177, 187, 197, 199, 214
-, Thos. (d. 1404), 177, 199, 208
-, Wm. (d. 1419), 177, 199
-, Wm. (d. 1460), 177, 187, 199
-, fam., 177, 187, 190

Ralph son of Robert, 187, 214

Ralph (fl. 1086), 235–6

Ralph (d. 1188–9), 199

Ralph (fl. 1238–9), 95 n

Ralph, Rob. s. of, see Robert son of Ralph

Ramsden, see Shipton-underWychwood

Ranton (Staffs.), 46

Rawlins, Wm., 137

Rawlinson, Ric., 59, 102, 104, 183, 192, 196, 217, 227, 255

Read (Rede):
-, Dorothea, m. — Dashwood, 44
-, Sir John, 44
-, Mary, 44
-, Rob., 69
-, fam., 44

Reading (Berks.), 93

Reaping, service of, 53, 139–40

Rede, see Read

'Redesdale', see 'Robin of Redesdale'

Redifer, Alfred, Vicar of Finstock with Fawler, 152–3

Reeve, Thos., 101

Reform movement, 12–13, 91–94

Regard, see forest regard

Reliefs, 141–2, 186

Remigius, Bp. of Lincoln, 164

Return of writs, 2

Reynsford, see Rainsford

Rhubarb, 57

Richard II, 17

Richard III, 231

Richard (fl. 1086), 162

Richard, Osbern s. of, see Osbern son of Richard

Richard's Castle (Salop.), 200–1

Richardson, Wm., 69

Richmond and Derby, Ctss. of, see Beaufort, Marg.

Riley, fam., 66

Riots and disturbances, 7, 11–12, 44, 58–59, 61, 79, 81, 91, 97–99, 109, 134, 142, 180

Swing' riots, 12

Ripon, Earl of, see Robinson, Fred. Geo.

Risborough, Princes (Bucks.), 1, 6, 127

Risley:
-, Susannah, see Wells
-, Revd. Wm. Cotton, 43
-, fam., 49

Roads:
-, ancient, 5–6, 127–8, 210, 225, 227, 230; and see Banbury Lane; Cotswold Ridgeway; Ditchedge Lane; Jurassic Way; salt ways
-, major, see Banbury, roads to; London, road to; Oxford, road to
-, Roman, 6, 225–6; and see Akeman Street
-, turnpike, 12, 128, 158, 226

Robbins, see Robins

Robert son of Amaury, and his w. Ivicia, 199

Robert son of Ralph, 187, 214

Robert son of Waukelin, 48, 69, 71, 96

Robert (fl. 1086), 71

Robert (fl. 1086, ? another), 162

Robert (fl. 1086, ? another), 162

Robert (d. by 1173), 199

Robert (fl. late 12th cent.), priest of Wardington, 221

Robert, Ralph s. of, see Ralph son of Robert

Roberts, Ric., 48

Robertson, Thos., Prebendary of Cropredy, 164

'Robin of Redesdale', 7

Robins (Robbins, Robyns):
-, Ric., 202
-, Rob., 217
-, Thos. (d. 1662), 217
-, Thos. (will proved 1665), 31
-, Thos. (fl. 1676), 31
-, Wm. (fl. 1537), 48
-, Wm. (fl. 1825), 183
-, fam., 31, 202

Robinson:
-, Fred. Geo., Earl of Ripon, 94
-, John, 11
-, Martha, 137
-, Thos., 109

Robyns, see Robins

Rochester, Earl of, see Hyde, Hen.

Rochester, diocese, chancellor of, 149

Roger (fl. 1086), 162

Roger (fl. early 13th cent.), 40

Roger (fl. early 14th cent.), 139

Rogers, H. S., 104 n

Rogers & Surman, Messrs., 104

Rollright, 256

Rols, Thos., 54

Roman Catholicism, 41, 83, 90, 9394, 97, 107–8, 115, 122, 124, 153

Roman remains, 1, 6; and see Banbury; Bourton; Charlbury; Cropredy; Fawler; Lea; Swalcliffe; Warden, Chipping, Arbury Camp; Wickham

Rope-making, see textile trades

Rose:
-, John, 45
-, Wm., 45
-, fam., 45

Rosse, John, Vicar of Cropredy, 170

Rounding, system of, 167, 191, 246–8

Roupell, John, 137

Rowland, Thos., 72 n

Rowse, Wm., 204

Royal Scottish Agricultural Soc., 66

Royalists (Civil War), 9–10, 24–25, 64, 162, 170

Rudde, Ralph, Vicar of Cropredy, 170

Rudhall, Abraham, 152

Rugby (Warws.), 210

Rupert, Prince, 17, 198, 212

Rush:
-, Anne, m. Rob. Doyley (d. 1750), 232
-, Geo., 215
-, Wm., 232

Rusher:
-, John Golby, 12, 65–66
-, Phil., 66
-, W., 88
-, Wm., 65–66

Rushton, J. R., 99–100

Russell:
-, Edw., 64
-, S. D., Vicar of Charlbury, 152

Rycote, see Haseley, Great

Ryder, Wm., 233

Rye, 53, 57, 240–1

Ryman, Wm., 131

S

Sabbatarianism, 114

Sabin:
-, Chas., 186, 194
-, Hugh, 219
-, Jas., 219
-, Jas. Eagles, 219, 223
-, John, 219
-, Rob., 219
-, Thos. (fl. 1530), 219
-, Thos. (fl. 1781), 186
-, —, 223
-, fam., 219, 229

Sacheverell, Dr. Hen., 11, 99

Sackcloth manufacture, see textile trades, weaving

Sackville:
-, Arabella Diana, see Cope
-, John Fred., Duke of Dorset, 46

Sainfoin, 57, 142–3

St. Edmunds, Wal. of, 149

St. Evroul Abbey (Orne, France), 199

St. John's College, Oxford, 128, 137, 148, 152
-, estates of, 135, 139, 141–2, 150
-, President and fellows of, 135, 145, 149–50

St. Paul, Sisters of Charity of, 29, 107–8, 122

St. Paul's Cathedral, see London

St. Paul's School, see London

St. Remigius, Gillian of, 200

St. Valery:
-, Reynold of, 138
-, Thos. of, 138
-, fam., 138

Sale, Wm., Vicar of Charlbury, 149

Salisbury, Bp. of, see Sherlock, Thos.

Salmon:
-, John, 55, 57
-, Rob., 197 n

Salt ways, 1, 6, 49, 55, 127, 226; and see Broughton

Salter, 203

Saltonstall, fam., 215

Saltpetreman, 64

Salvation Army, 120

Samuelson:
-, Alex., 67
-, Sir Bernhard, 13, 16, 66–67, 88, 91, 93–95, 113, 122–4
-, fam., 108

Sandale, John, Prebendary of Cropredy, 169

Sandford Preceptory, 236, 240

Sandwich, Wal., Vicar of Charlbury, 149

Sansbury, Mr., 70

Sapcotes:
-, Eliz., see Dynham
-, Sir John, 47, 236
-, Ric., 236
-, Rob., 236

Saunders:
-, Ant., 148
-, Frances, 148
-, Grace, see Willingham
-, Ric., 62
-, Wm. (d. 1478), 56, 62–63, 104 n, 105 n
-, Wm. (d. 1493), 62–63, 105 n
-, fam., 62

Saunderson, Wm., 191, 204

Saussaye, Sibyl de, m. Ric. of Williamscot (d. by 1232), 215

Savage:
-, Mat., 65
-, Nat., 188
-, Ralph, 180
-, Ric., 186, 189
-, fam., 188, 190

Say:
-, Hugh de, 200
-, Marg., m. 2 — Mortimer, 3 Wm. de Stuteville, 200
-, fam., 200

Saye and Sele:
-, Baroness, see Fiennes, Cecil
-, Lds., 3, 253; and see EardleyTwistleton-Fiennes, Wm. Thos.; Fiennes, Ric. (d. 1613); Twistleton, Thos.; Twistleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Ivo
-, Vcts., see Fiennes, Jas.; Fiennes, Laur.; Fiennes, Wm.

Scotland:
-, army of, 10
-, sheep from, 61

Scott, H. Baillie, 229

Scrivelsby (Lincs.), 234

Scudamore, Phil., 135–7, 139, 146, 148

Sculptors, see artists and sculptors

Scutage, 239

Scytta (O.E. personal name), 227

Scyttel (O.E. personal name), 227

Seagrave, see Segrave

Seals, 88, 101

Searchfield, Roland, Vicar of Charlbury, Bp. of Bristol, 149

Secker, Thos., Bp. of Oxford, 97

Seckham, S. L., 149

Sedbergh School (Yorks. W. R.), 169

Seed merchant, 91–92

Segrave (Seagrave):
-, Amabel of, see Chacombe, Amabel of
-, Eliz. of, m. John de Mowbray, 213
-, Gil. of, 213
-, John of (d. 1325), 40, 177, 213
-, John of (d. 1353), 213
-, Marg. of, see Brotherton
-, Nic. of, Ld. Segrave, 177, 213
-, Steph. of, 177, 213
-, fam., 40 n, 177–8

Sempringham, Order of, see Gilbertine Order

Separatists, 99

Sergison-Brooke, Brig. B. N., 176

Serjeanty, 138

Services, customary, 43, 52–53, 55, 139–40, 164–5, 179, 218, 239; and see binding; boon-works; bridge-repair; carrying; castleguard; castle-repair; entry fines; harrowing; harvesting; heriots; hoeing; malting; messenger service; mowing; ploughing; reaping; reliefs; threshing; week-work; wood-cutting; worksilver

Sessions, fam., 131, 154

Seward, Wm., Vicar of Charlbury, 149

Seymour:
-, Edw., Duke of Somerset, 3, 40, 42–43, 45–46, 48, 73 n, 162, 164, 168, 229
-, Sir. Edw., 48, 164

Shad, Hen., 153

Shag-weaving, see textile trades, weaving

Sharman, Wm., and his w. Anne, 180

Shaw, Wm. Ingham, 215

Sheep-farming, 28, 52, 54, 56–59, 62, 63 n, 127, 140–4, 165, 179–80, 189–90, 197, 202, 206, 209, 227, 240–2; and see pasture, conversion to

Sheldon:
-, Edw. (d. 1736), 237
-, Edw. Chas. Ralph, 237
-, Hen. Jas., 237
-, Ralph (d. 1684), 237
-, Ralph (d. 1720), 237
-, Ralph (fl. 1784), 237, 243
-, Wm., 237, 243
-, fam., 236–7, 255

Shenington, 217, 226, 253, 257

Shepherd:
-, Elisha, 139, 141
-, John (fl. 1447), 141
-, John (fl. 1538), 141
-, Wm. (fl. 1528), 136, 139, 141
-, Wm. (fl. 1590), 137, 146
-, fam., 139, 141, 146

Sheriff's pleas, 2

Sherlock, Thos., Bp. of Salisbury, 97

Shewell, Hen., 74

Shilson:
-, Sam., 132
-, Wm., 45

Ship-money, 9, 76, 250

Shipston-on-Stour (Warws.), 226

Shipton-under-Wychwood, 7
-, Leafield in, 153
-, Ramsden in, 152, 156

Shirley, fam., 167

Shoemaking, see leather trades

Short, fam., 217

Shorthampton (or Chilson), in Charlbury, 127, 137, 148–51

Shotteswell (Warws.), 198–9, 201, 214

Shrewsbury, Earl of, see Talbot, John (fl. 1835)

Shrewsbury, Rob. of, Bp. of Bangor, 7

Shrewsbury, 11

Shropshire, 99

Shropshire, Worcestershire, and Staffordshire Electric Power Co., 87

Shutford:
-, John, 163
-, Ric., and his w. Eliz., 163
-, Wm., 163

Shutford (Shutford East and Shutford West), in Swalcliffe, 3–4, 50, 225, 227–8
-, agric., 239–44
-, boundaries, 227
-, ch. (or chap.), 227, 237, 248–9, 252–4
-, curates of, 253, 255, 257
-, curate's ho., 253
-, dom. archit., 228
-, farms, 228, 243–4
-, fields, 241, 243
-, fire at, 228, 245
-, glebe, 237, 243
-, green, 227
-, inc., 228, 237, 241–3, 249
-, ind., 65, 227, 245–7
-, inns, 228
-, man., 163, 177, 232–4, 239, 253
-, man.-ho., 227, 233, 253
-, named as address, 242, 246
-, nonconf., 228, 256–7
-, par. officers, 247, 253
-, poor relief, 247
-, pop., 227–8
-, road to, 226
-, sch., 228, 258–9
-, Shutford East, 225, 227, 232, 241, 247, 253
-, Shutford le Lea, 227
-, Shutford West, 225, 227, 232, 245, 247, 253, 257–9
-, tithes, 237, 249, 253
-, woodland, 241

Sibba (O.E. personal name), 228

Sibford:
-, Agnes of, 245, 255
-, Alda of, 235
-, Brian of, 235
-, Ilbert of, 235
-, John of, 235
-, Rob. of, 235
-, Rog. of, 236
-, Wm. of, 236, 238, 245
-, fam., 236

Sibford Ferris, in Swalcliffe, 225, 228–9; and see Sibford Gower with Sibford Ferris and Burdrop
-, agric., 238–44
-, boundary, 225, 248, 255
-, char., 259–60
-, ct., 237, 246, 255
-, dom. archit., 229
-, farms, 244
-, fields, 240–1
-, glebe, 249
-, inc., 240–1, 243, 249, 259
-, ind., 245–6
-, man., 228, 235–6, 238, 243, 245–6, 255
-, man.-ho., 229, 237, 239, †254
-, mill, 245
-, named as address, 232, 244
-, nonconf., 112, 229, 256–7
-, poor relief, 248
-, sch., 228–9, 237, †254, 256, 258
-, tithes, 237
-, village hall, 229

Sibford Gower, in Swalcliffe, 225, 228
-, agric., 238–44
-, boundary, 225, 248, 255
-, chap., 248, 255
-, chaplain of, 255
-, char., 243, 247, 257–60
-, ch., 228, 255–6; and see Sibford Gower with Sibford Ferris and Burdrop
-, ct., 237, 246, 255
-, curates of, 255
-, dom. archit., 228
-, farms, 244
-, fields, 240–1, 243
-, glebe, 249
-, inc., 241, 243
-, ind., 246
-, inns, 228
-, man., 228, 234–6, 240, 243
-, man.-ho., 228, 235
-, mills, 244–5
-, named as address, 153, 242
-, nonconf., 112, 228, 256–8
-, par. officers, 243, 246–8, 260
-, poor relief, 247–8
-, pop., 228
-, prehist. rem., 226
-, sch., 228, 257–60
-, tithes, 237
-, vicarage-ho., 228
-, workhouse, 248

Sibford Gower with Sibford Ferris and Burdrop, 248, 251, 255–6

Silk-weaving, see textile trades, weaving

Silver, Thos., Vicar of Charlbury, 134, 149–50, 152, 155

Simcock, —, 160

Simeon, Sim., 249

Simon, Count of Evreux, 199

Simson, Jas., and his w. Martha, 70

Singaliday, John, 69

Sisters of Charity of St. Paul, see St. Paul

Skating, 15

Skittle alley, 32

Slate-digging, 144

Sleaford (Lincs.), 6, 20, 39 n

Slums, 85, 92

Smallbones, Ric., 186

Smallpox, 59–60, 82, 84, 147, 168, 246

Smarth:
-, John, 213
-, Thos., 213
-, Wm., 213, 218
-, fam., 213–14, 218

Smith:
-, A. C., Vicar of Charlbury, 152
-, Edw., 143
-, Hen., 126
-, J., 223
-, Mary, 256 n
-, Mat., Prebendary of Banbury, 48
-, Rob., 212 n
-, Sam., 162–3
-, Wm., 193
-, Capt., 125

Smith, Messrs., and Sons, 182

Smith-Bingham, Arthur Turberville, 47

Snappe:
-, Eliz., m. John Petty, 138
-, (or Damery), Ric. (fl. c. 1447), 141
-, Ric. (fl. 1523), 141
-, Thos., 138, 141
-, Wal., and his w. Eliz., 138

Soden, fam., 229, 256–7

Solicitors, see lawyers

Somerset, Charlotte, Dchss. of Beaufort, 129, 157

Somerset, Duke of, see Seymour, Edw.

Somerton, 136

Soper, Dr. Wesley, 115

Sor:
-, Eliz., m. Rob. de Wykeham (fl. 1279), 47, 230
-, Sir John, 230

Sor Brook, 5, 28, 71, 83, 227

Sorcery, 162

Souter, Dr. J. H., 107

South America, 245

South Eastern Railway, 93

South Midland Gas Co., 87

South Wales, 180

Southam:
-, Ric., 54
-, Susan, 54
-, Wm., 190
-, fam., 54

Southam (Warws.), 5, 12, 158, 160, 168, 175, 198

Southampton, 62

Southern Gas Board, 87

Sow Brook, 175

Spalding, Wm. of, 199–200, 203

Spalding (Lincs.), 197 n

Sparrow, Rob., 201

'Spech', W., 207 n

Spelsbury, 133, 141, 143, 148
-, Coldron Mill, 141
-, Ditchley in, 129, 134–5, 137, 139, 141
-, Fulwell in, 143
-, Taston in, 141, 143

Spencer:
-, Chas., Duke of Marlborough, 138
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Compton, Earl of Northampton, 213
-, Frances, Dowager Lady Churchill, 153
-, Francis Almeric, Ld. Churchill, 148, 150, 156
-, Francis Geo., Ld. Churchill, 135, 137, 143, 153, 155
-, Geo., Duke of Marlborough, 137, 143, 146
-, Jane, Lady Churchill, 153
-, John (fl. late 15th cent.), 62
-, Sir John (fl. 1598), Ld. Mayor of London, 213
-, John (fl. 1703), 217
-, Victor, Ld. Churchill, 135, 157
-, fam., 217

Spencer (Banbury) Ltd. (earlier Spencer Corsets Ltd.), 39, 69

Spencer Churchill:
-, Geo. (d. 1840), Duke of Marlborough, 153
-, Geo. (d. 1857), Duke of Marlborough, 137, 143, 150
-, John (d. 1883), Duke of Marlborough, 152
-, John (fl. 1953), Marquess of Blandford, 137

Spendlove:
-, Rob. (fl. 1760), 146
-, Rob. (d. 1822), 155
-, Wm., 131
-, fam., 129, 154

Spicers, 61–62

Spinning, see textile trades

Spiritualist Church of Great Britain, 120

Spitall, John, Vicar of South Banbury, 106

Sports and pastimes, see angling; athletics; badger-baiting; bearbaiting; bicycling; bingo; boating; bowling; boxing; bullbaiting; cock-fighting; cricket; customs, traditional; dog-fighting; football; gaming; golf; horseracing; musical activity; 'pitch and shew'; prize-fighting; skating; skittle alley; swimming; tennis; theatre; wrestling

Spratton (Northants.), 163

Sprigge:
-, Joshua, 18, 41, 78, 125
-, Wm. (fl. 1623), 217
-, Wm. (fl. 1706), 125

Springs, see wells and springs

Spurrett, Wm., 91

Stacey:
-, Benjamin, 217
-, Fulk, 189

Stafford:
-, Hen., Ld. Stafford, 73
-, Humph., Earl of Devon, 7

Stainsby Conant, see Pigott, Paynton

Stake, burning at, 97

Staley:
-, Jas., 70
-, John, 70
-, Thos., 70

Staley & Co., 70

Stallage, see piccage and stallage

Stallwood, S. Slingsley, 153

Stanbridge, John, 7

Stanier:
-, Francis, Vicar of Cropredy, 170, 173
-, Mary, 173

Staninges, Peter, 138

Stanley:
-, Dorothy, see Enyon
-, Thos. (d. by 1685), 187
-, Thos. (fl. 1685), 187

Stanton, Jos., 246, 255

Staple Merchants, 216–17

Statham, Sam., 103

Stationer, 65–66

Stephen, King, 39

Stevens:
-, John, Vicar of Swalcliffe, 250, 253–4
-, Thos., 43
-, fam., 257

Steventon, Wm., 42

Stinting, 54, 56, 142, 165, 179, 189, 242

Stockbroker, 91, 94

Stocking-weaving, see textile trades, weaving

Stockley:
-, Mary, 177
-, Thos. Plant, 177

Stockport (Ches.), 188

Stocks (punitive instrument), 82, 129, 186

Stockton:
-, Arthur, 80 n
-, Jas., 80 n
-, Oliver, 80 n
-, Col., 88

Stoddart, W. Wellwood, Vicar of Charlbury, 149, 152

Stogden, Rob., 103, 112

Stoke:
-, Ric. of, 46, 138, 229, 238
-, Rob. of (fl. c. 1210), 46, 138, 229; and see Wykeham, Rob. de (fl. c. 1210)
-, Rob. of (fl. 1321), 40 n
-, Wm. of, 233
-, fam., 248

Stoke Talmage, 231

Stokeman, Rob., 146

Stokes:
-, Hen., 42
-, John, and his w. Bridget, 42
-, fam., 33

Stone:
-, Hen., 14, 66
-, Lewis, 66

Stone, Hen., & Son Ltd., 39, 66, 69

Stone and Hartley's, 14

Stonesfield, 127–8, 134
-, Stonesfield slate, 238

Stonor, Martha, Lady, 41

Story and Clark, 192

Stour, riv., 225, 228, 245

Stowe (Notts.), 135

Strange, see Le Strange

Stratford-upon-Avon (Warws.), 226, 238

Strathavon, Ld., see Gordon, Geo.

Stratton, Geo., 94

Strays, see waifs and strays

Street, G. E., 152, 204

Stringer, G. C., 90

Strolling players, see players, strolling

Stuart:
-, Dan., and his w. Mary, 47
-, Hen. Villiers, 91
-, Ld. J., 90 n
-, fam., 88, 207
-, and see Crichton-Stuart

Studley Priory, 235

Stumpe, Wm., 180

Sturge:
-, Edm., 134
-, Lucelia, 111
-, Lydia, see Albright

Stuteville:
-, Marg. de, see Say
-, Wm. de, 200

Stutterd:
-, Jabez, 116 n, 117
-, fam., 117

Styles:
-, Dan., 33
-, T., 193

Sugden, A. M., Vicar of Mollington, 204

Sun Brewery, see Barrett's

Sunday excursionists, 114

Surgeons, 178, 215

Surveyors, 67, 102, 163, 180; and see Dalton, —

Sussex, Duke of, see Augustus

Sutton:
-, Emma, 189
-, Hannah, 188
-, Jas., 103, 112
-, Sir Ric., 163
-, Thos., 32
-, —, 153

Sutton, King's (Northants.), 64
-, Astrop in, 188

Sutton hund. (Northants.), 5

Swalcliffe, 3–4, 50, 225–60, 226, †226; and see Burdrop; Epwell; Lea; Shutford; Sibford Ferris; Sibford Gower
-, adv., 230, 248–9
-, agric., 239–44
-, boundaries, 225, 248
-, chant., 249
-, chap., 227
-, char., 247, 259
-, ch., 227, 248–53, 255
-, ct., 246
-, curates, 250–1
-, dom. archit., 227
-, farms., 227, 244
-, fields, 241
-, glebe, 237, 241, 243, 249–50
-, green, 227
-, Holwell Grange, 227, 238–40
-, inc., 227, 241, 243
-, ind., 242, 246
-, inns, 227
-, Madmarston Camp, 1, 226, †226
-, man., 46–47, 138–9, 229–30, 232, 238–9, 242–3, 248–50, 258
-, man.-ho., 227, 230, 251
-, mills, 244
-, named as address, 231–2, 252
-, nonconf., 250, 256–7
-, par. officers, 246–7, 250, 252
-, poor relief, 246
-, pop., 225, 227
-, prehist. rem., 226; and see Swalcliffe, Madmarston Camp
-, reading-room, 251
-, rectors of, 239–40, 248; and see Arden, Thos.; Doune, Wm.; Ward, Wm.; Whitewell, Ric.; Wykeham, Thos. de
-, rectory, 231, 237–8, 241, 245, 248–9, 252, 256
-, rectory man.-ho., 227, †227, 238, 241
-, road to, 230
-, roads, 226
-, Rom. rem., 226–7
-, sch., 227, 231, 250, 258–9
-, Swalcliffe Grange, 225–7
-, Swalcliffe Park, 227, 230
-, tithe barn, 227, †227, 238
-, tithes, 237, 249
-, town-ho., 246 n
-, vicarage, 244, 248–9, 256
-, vicarage-ho., 227, 249–50
-, vicars of, 240, 243, 248–50, 253–4, 256–7, 259–60; and see Caswell John; Crayker, John; Crayker, Solomon; Glave, Mat.; Goodman, Wm.; Mayo, Wm.; Merriot, Thos.; Norris, E. G.; Paine, Edw.; Stevens, John; Wilkinson, J. T.; Wyldebore, Nic.
-, water-supply, 227
-, 'Wickham' in, 47
-, woodland, 225, 241, 244

Swale, riv., 225, 227

Swedes, 58, 166, 180, 190, 202, 244

Swift, Jonathan, 8, 11, 99

Swimming, 15; and see Banbury, pk. and baths

'Swing' riots, see riots and disturbances

Switchgear and Equipment Ltd., 69

Swithland (Leics.), 208

Symes-Thompson, Francis, Vicar of Claydon, 192

T

Tadmarton, 225–6, 230, 237, 253, 257–8
-, Tadmarton Camp, 230
-, Tadmarton Ho., 48

Tæppa (O.E. personal name), 128

Taillard:
-, Gil. (fl. 1160), 136
-, Gil. (fl. early 13th cent., ? another), 136
-, Jas. (fl. c. 1310), 136
-, Jas. (fl. 1327, ? another), 136
-, Nic., 136
-, Ralph, 136
-, Ric., 139
-, Rob., 136
-, Wm., 136
-, fam., 136

Tait:
-, Thos. Hen., curate of Claydonwith-Mollington, 204
-, Mrs., 192

Talbot:
-, John (d. 1375), 200
-, John (fl. 1835), Earl of Shrewsbury, 107
-, fam., 200

Talemasch:
-, Maud, see Chevauchesul
-, Peter (fl. 12th cent.), 231
-, Peter (fl. 1210), 138, 139, 231
-, Ric., 231
-, fam., 138–9, 231

Talfourd, Sergeant, 81

Tancred:
-, Hen. Wm., 91–93
-, Sir Thos., 91 n

Tandy, Dr. Wm., 107, 122

Tapper, Wal., 233

Tarver, John, 193

Taston, see Spelsbury

Tawney:
-, Archer Rob., 48
-, Hen., 92
-, Ric., 67
-, fam., 48

Taylor:
-, Abigail, 173
-, Edw., 216
-, Eliz., m. John Loder, 216
-, John, 170
-, Ralph, 98
-, Thos., 153, 257
-, Wm. (d. 1695), 180, 216–17
-, Wm. (d. 1711), 216
-, Wm. (d. 1733), 173, 216, 219
-, (later Taylor Loder), Wm. (d. 1772), 169, 216
-, fam., 170, 172, 180

Taylor Loder:
-, Anne, m. John Loveday, 216–17
-, Wm., see Taylor

Teddington (Glos., formerly Worcs.), 232

Telscombe (Suss.), 126

Temperance movement, 16, 92–95, 118, 132, 154 n; and see Banbury Temperance Hall; Banbury Temperance Soc.

Templars, 58, 234, 255
-, estates of, 235–6, 238–41, 245

Tennant:
-, Geo., 137, 139, 145
-, Wm., 145

Tennis, 15

Tenures, less common, see burgages; serjeanty

Teodric (fl. 1086), 162

Tetsworth, 231

Tew, Great, 128

Tewe, W., 53

Textile trades, 6, 8, 11, 13, 31, 33, 40, 42–43, 45, 56, 62–65, 67, 69, 97 n, 109, 116, 119, 180, 209, 220, 246; and see wool
-, bedding manufacturers, 131
-, doubling, 64
-, dyeing, 62, 64, 116–17, 245
-, fulling, 220; and see fulling-mill
-, hemp manufacture, 67, 180; and see hemp-mill
-, lace-making, 66, 167, 203, 220, 245
-, rope-making, 67, 154, 220
-, spinning, 58, 78
-, twisting, 78
-, weaving, 12, 44, 62–66, 68, 93, 108, 166, 180, 193, 202–3, 220, 227–8, 242, 245, 247
-, basket, 66
-, garter, 63
-, girth, 39, 64, 66, 91
-, horse-cloth, 11, 64
-, jersey, 63, 212
-, mohair, 65, 67
-, plush, 12, 64–66, 94, 105, 180, 220, 245
-, sackcloth, 67
-, shag, 63–64, 116, 245
-, silk, 78, 245
-, stocking, 12
-, straw-bonnet, 66
-, tweed, 65
-, webbing, 11
-, worsted, 63–65, 78

Thame, 6, 42, 48, 169, 229–30
-, Abbot of, see King, Rob.
-, Thame Park, 230

Thames, riv., 225
-, Thames Basin, 5

Theatre, see Banbury, theatre; players, strolling

Theydon, Rog. de, Vicar of Cropredy, 169

Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, 39–40

Thompson (Thomson, Tomson):
-, Agnes, m. Wm. of Birmingham (d. 1500), 233
-, John, 190
-, Rebecca, 174–5
-, Wm. (fl. 1649), 10
-, Wm. (fl. late 18th cent.), 257
-, Wm. (fl. 1859), 94
-, Mrs., 121
-, fam., 257

Thorne, Ric., 116

Thorpe, Wm., 121

Thorpe and Ponder, 26

Thorpe Mandeville (Northants.), 183, 210–11, 219

Three-weeks' courts, 3, 146

Threshing, service of, 57

Throckmorton, John, 73

Thynne, Sir John, 48, 164

Tiburne, see London, Tyburn

Timber-framed buildings, 24, 29, 30–33

Tims:
-, Anne, 205
-, Sarah, 109
-, Thos., 91
-, fam., 178

Tingewick (Bucks.), 251

Tinkers, 7

Titchmarsh (Northants.), 234

Toky:
-, (or Banbury), John, 61
-, Wm., 180, 220

Tomes, John, 65

Tomson, see Thompson

Tonge, Mrs., 172

Tooley Park (Leics.), 195

Tories, 75, 89, 99

Torshell, Thos., 219

Totnes (Devon), 208

Townsend, John, 183

Townsend & Weston, 103 n

Trafford, Mary, 111

Treadmills, 78, 82

Tredington (Warws., formerly Worcs.), 61

Tredwell:
-, John, 242
-, Ric. (d. 1693), 242
-, Ric. (d. 1759), 252
-, Thos., 242
-, fam., 242, 256

Trimenel:
-, John (fl. 1336), 208
-, Sir John (fl. 1350, ? another), 208
-, Mabel, see Prescote
-, Nic. (fl. 1298), 208
-, Nic. (fl. 1346), 208
-, Nic. (fl. 1419), 208
-, fam., 208

Trinitarian friars, 23, 105

Trotman, fam., 215

Tryst, John, 33

Tudor, Jasper, Duke of Bedford, 49

Tudor Hall School, see Wickham

Tumbrell, 75

Turkeys, 242

Turner:
-, Jonas, 243
-, Rob., 225
-, –, 65

Turnips, 57–58, 166, 180, 190, 202, 243–4

Turnpikes, see roads

Tutbury (Staffs.), 236

Tweed manufacture, see textile trades, weaving

Twisting, see textile trades

Twistleton, Thos., Ld. Saye and Sele, 244

Twistleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Ivo,
-, Ld. Saye and Sele, 233

Twyford, see Adderbury

Tyburn, see London

Tyneside, 180

Tysoe (Warws.), 236, 257

U

Uley (Glos.), 201

Ulger:
-, Hen. (fl. c. 1246), 138, 214
-, Hen. (d. by 1284), 138
-, Hen. (fl. 1325), see Hulyer
-, Joan, 214
-, Rob., 213
-, Thos. (fl. 1316), 214
-, Thos. (fl. 1325), see Hulyer
-, Wm. (fl. before 1239), 214
-, Wm. (fl. 1279), 138, 214
-, Wm. (fl. 1346), 214
-, fam., 138, 214, 218

Underhill, John, Bp. of Oxford, 135

Underwood, H. J., 114, 256

Union Cinemas, 15

Unitarians, 91–92, 108, 112–15, 120, 122, 183

United Dairies (Wholesale) Ltd., 68–69

United District Gas Co., 132

Upton (Warws.), 81 n

Usher, Peter, 112, 122–3

V

Vanner, John, 118

Varney:
-, Jas., 183
-, fam., 178

Vavasour, Anne, m. John Finch, 137, 142

Vere, Rob. de, Duke of Ireland, 7

Verney Junction (Bucks.), rly. sta., 13, 67

Vetches, 57, 142, 165, 189, 238, 240, 243

Veterinary surgeons, 60, 166

Vickers, C., 47

Victoria, Queen, 17, 26, 104, 107, 132, 153

Victoria, Princess Royal, 26

Vincent, Hen., 92

Vintners, 62, 63 n

Vipont:
-, Cecily de, see Wake
-, Idony de (d. by 1241), see Busli
-, Idony de (fl. 1315), m. 1 Roger de
-, Leyburn, 2 John Cromwell, 207
-, Isabel de, m. Rob. de Clifford, 207
-, John de, 207
-, Rob. de (d. by 1228), 207, 232
-, Rob. de (d. by 1264), 207–8
-, fam., 177–8

Vittor (Vitter):
-, Maud, 235
-, Ric., 239
-, Sim., 235

Vivers:
-, Edw., 32, 109–10
-, Eliz., 32 n
-, Marg., 109
-, Mary, 32
-, Ric. (d. 1643), Mayor of Banbury, 32 n, 109
-, Ric. (d. 1657), and his w. Anne, 32
-, Ric. (fl. 1702), 110
-, Rob., 48, 69
-, fam., 8, 43, 48, 56, 63–64, 98

Vulcan Foundry, see Neithrop

W

Wagstaffe:
-, Jas., 109, 111
-, Thos., 110

Waifs and strays, 73–75, 146

Wailes, —, 192

Wainfleet (Lincs.), 233

Wake:
-, Cecily, m. — Vipont, 177
-, Maud, m. — de Bussei, 177, 232

Walcot, in Charlbury, 127, 129 n, 137, 146, 152

Walcote (Northants.), 231 n

Waldeyeve, see Waldyff

Waldo:
-, Anne, m. Rob. Barber (fl. 1686), 43
-, Sir Edw., 43

Waldyff (Waldeyeve):
-, Edm., 200
-, Margery, see Bereford
-, Thos., 200
-, fam., 200

Wale:
-, Nicole, see Arden
-, Sir Thos., 47, 230, 249
-, fam., 47

Wales:
-, Prince of, see Charles II; Frederick; George IV
-, Princess of, see Augusta

Wales, North, Prince of, see Iorwerth, Llywelyn ap

Walford:
-, Ann, 243
-, John, 79
-, Thos. (fl. late 17th cent.), 246
-, Thos. (fl. 1777), 178, 243
-, Wm. (fl. 1790), 243
-, Wm. (fl. 1800), Mayor of Banbury, 12
-, Wm. (fl. 1836), 80
-, fam., 237

Walker:
-, Anne, 154
-, Eliz., 174
-, Miss, 184

Walker, J. H., & Sons, 245

Walker, Messrs., 104 n

Wall-paintings, 104, 172, 192

Wallace:
-, Falconer Lewis, 215
-, fam., 223

Waller:
-, Capt. J. H., 133, 137
-, Sir Wm., 162

Wallingford, Vct., see Knollys, Wm. (fl. 1729)

Wallingford (Berks.), 40

Walpole, Horace, 63

Walsall (Staffs.), 64

Walsingham, Sir Francis, 89

Walter the miller, 167

Walter (fl. 1303), 71

Walter:
-, Anna, m. Ric. Cope (fl. 1604), 44
-, Jos., 71
-, Wm., 44

Walters, Chas., Vicar of Wardington, 222

Walton-on-Thames (Surr.), 46

Wandard:
-, John, 199
-, Rob., 200
-, fam., 199

Wantage, Lady, see Lloyd, Harriet

Ward:
-, Jas., 117
-, Wm., Rector of Swalcliffe, 249
-, Mr., 122–3

Warden, Chipping (Northants.), 58, 185, 210
-, Arbury Camp, 211

Wardington, Ld., see Pease, Chris.; Pease, J. W. B.

Wardington, in Cropredy, 3, 71–72,
-, 157–8, 179, 204, 210–25
-, adv., 221
-, agric., 164, 218–20
-, boundaries, 160, 209–10
-, bridge, 162, 210, 212, 220
-, chap., see Wardington, ch.
-, char., 225
-, ch. (formerly chap.), 160 n, 168–71, 181, 211, 213, 221–3
-, curacy (later vicarage), 217, 221
-, curates of, 170, 191, 221; and see Wardington, vicars (titular) of
-, dom. archit., 211
-, farms, 219–20
-, fields, 219
-, ford, 210
-, glebe, 169, 221
-, inc., 219
-, ind., 220
-, inns., 211
-, man., 138, 162, 187, 210, 212–18
-, man.-ho., 211, 215
-, mills, 180, 220
-, named as address, 138, 180, 192, 214, 217
-, nonconf., 173, 221–3, 225
-, par. officers, 219, 223
-, poor relief, 181, 190, 220
-, pop., 165, 198, 201, 210–11, 218
-, prehist. rem., 158
-, priest of, see Robert (fl. late 12th cent.)
-, road to, 206, 210, 212
-, sch., 223–5
-, tithe barn, 211
-, tithes, 169, 213, 219, 221
-, vicarage, see Wardington, curacy
-, vicarage-ho., 221–2
-, vicars (titular) of, 221–3; and see Kirkby, Marsh; Walters, Chas.; Welburn, John
-, Wardington, Lower, 211
-, Wardington, Upper, 157, 210–11
-, workhouse, 220

Wardle:
-, H. M., 215
-, John, Vicar of Banbury, 97 n, 99
-, John Metcalfe, 215
-, Mary, 54
-, Ralph, 116
-, fam., 223

Wardship, 135

Waring, John, 180

Warkworth (Northants.), 5, 81 n, 89, 107, 209

Warmington (Warws.), 12, 180, 198, 202, 204, 226

Warner:
-, Alice, 177
-, Ric., 238
-, Thos., 238
-, Messrs., 173
-, fam., 238

Warren, 43, 52; and see free warren

Warwick:
-, Ctss. of, see Beaumont, Marg. de earls of, 235; and see Beauchamp, Guy de; Beauchamp, Thos. de (fl. 1331); Beaumont, Hen. de; Beaumont, Thos. de; Dudley, John; Nevill, Ric.

Warwick, 9, 29, 73, 102 n, 117
-, named as address, 49, 105, 125, 186
-, road to, 5

Warwickshire, 9, 12, 61–62, 67, 81, 168, 207, 237
-, boundary, 157, 184, 194, 197–8, 225, 228

Warwickshire sandstone, 104

Washington:
-, Lawr., 236
-, Marg., m. Gerard Hawten, 236

Watch-makers, see clock- and watchmakers

Watney, Vernon J., 135, 147, 157

Watson:
-, Anne, see Lee
-, Geo., 224
-, Wm., 162, 195

Waugh, Jane, 109

Waukelin, Rob. s. of, see Robert son of Waukelin

Waver, John, 214

Wayde, Ric., 194

Wearda (O.E. personal name), 211

Weather-forecasting, 11

Weaver, John, 70

Weaving, see textile trades

Webb:
-, Dan. Hale, 47
-, Isabella, 47
-, Capt. John, 47
-, Mr., 194

Webber, J., 163

Webbing manufacture, see textile trades, weaving

Webster, Mr., 122

Week-work, 53, 55

Weeks, Alex., 121

Welburn, John, Vicar of Wardington, 222

Welchman:
-, Edw. (fl. 1638), 31
-, Edw. (d. 1739), 18
-, Millicent, 121

Welford, Thos., 87

Wellesbourne (Warws.), 183, 257

Wellesley, Arthur, Duke of Wellington, 178

Wellingborough (Northants.), 107

Wellington, Mary, 131

Wellington, Duke of, see Wellesley, Arthur

Wells:
-, Hugh of, Bp. of Lincoln, 20, 40, 46
-, John (fl. 1734), 43
-, John (fl. 18th cent., another), 246
-, Randall, 215
-, Rob., 43
-, Sam., Vicar of Banbury, 99–100,
-, 108–9, 112
-, Susan, see Barber
-, Susannah, m. Revd. Wm. Cotton Risley, 43, 49 n

Wells (Som.), 30 n

Wells and springs, 5, 20, 28, 129, 131–3, 184, 225, 227–8

Wenman:
-, Phil., Ld. Wenman, 230
-, Sophia, m. Wm. Humph. Wykeham, 230

Wenman, Baroness, see Wykeham, Sophia Eliz.

Wesley, John, 108, 112, 114, 117–18, 154

Wesley Barrell (Witney) Ltd., 131

Wessex, 6

West:
-, Aholiab, Mayor of Banbury, 74
-, C. F. C., Vicar of Charlbury, 152
-, Jacob, 103
-, Jas. (fl. 1665), 31
-, Jas. (fl. 1734), 34
-, John, Mayor of Banbury, 75

Westminster Bank, 39

Westmorland, 109

Weston:
-, John, 97
-, Nat., 109
-, Wm. (d. 1561), 97
-, Wm. (fl. 1575), 97
-, fam., 97

Weston-by-Weedon (Northants.), 116

Weston Favell (Northants.), 89

Weston Underwood (Bucks.), 56

Weyden, Rog. van der, 252

Weymouth (Dors.), 215

Wharfinger, 160

Whateley, see Wheatley

Wheatfield:
-, Rob., 231
-, Wal. of, 235

Wheatley (Whateley):
-, John (fl. mid 18th cent.), 178
-, John (fl. 1822), 178
-, Nat., Mayor of Banbury, 74, 76
-, Ric. (fl. 1603), 74
-, Ric. (fl. mid 18th cent.), 178
-, Sophia, m. — Gunn, 178
-, Thos., 8, 74
-, Wm., Vicar of Banbury, 8, 24, 98–99

Wheeldon:
-, Hen., 193–4
-, Sybilla, 188

Wheeler, Francis, 201

Whetham, Col., 10 n

Whigs, 11, 75, 89, 91–92

Whippy, Benjamin John, 134, 137

White:
-, Ric., 121
-, Sir Thos., 135
-, Wm. (fl. 1620), 42
-, Wm. (fl. 1860), 182, 192
-, Messrs., 193

Whitechapel, see London

Whitefield (Whitfield):
-, Geo., 115
-, fam., 148

Whitewell, Ric., Rector of Swalcliffe, 249

Whitfield, see Whitefield

Whitmore, Thos., 12

Whitstone, Jas., Vicar of Charlbury, 149

Whitsun ales, 13, 97, 132, 134

Wickham, in Banbury, 3, 5, 28, 44, 51, 53 n, 100, 105
-, agric., 28, 49–50, 52, 55–58
-, boundaries, 49
-, chap., 48, 105
-, ct., 72
-, farms, 56
-, fields, 49–50, 52, 55
-, glebe, 95
-, inc., 28, 56
-, man., 46–49, 55, 71, 89, 95 n, 96, 138, 229–30
-, mill, 28, 49, 55, 71
-, named as address, 48, 234
-, par. officers, 5 n, 9
-, place-name, 1, 28
-, pop., 28
-, Rom. rem., 1, 6
-, tithes, 47 n, 48, 96
-, Tudor Hall Sch., 47
-, Wickham Pk., 1, 6, 28, 47–48, 55–58, 84, 94, 105, 118

Wigginton, 226, 230, 246

Wigley, Hen., 243

Wilberforce, Sam., Bp. of Oxford, 99–100, 172, 181–2, 185, 192, 204, 221–2, 256

Wilby:
-, Ralph of, 233
-, Rob. of, 233

Wilcocks, Hen., Prebendary of Cropredy, 169

Wilcote, 134, 152

Wilkes, Wm., 201

Wilkinson:
-, J. T., Vicar of Swalcliffe, 252
-, Josiah, 94
-, Wm., 37

Willeys, Master, 252

William I, 234

William IV, 91 as Duke of Clarence, 17

William, Count of Evreux, 199

William at the mill, 167

William (as place-name element), 1 n

Williams:
-, Edw. Lloyd, 92
-, John (fl. 16th cent.), Ld. Williams of Thame, 229, 231
-, John (fl. 1802), 182
-, John (fl. 1823, ? another), 183

Williams-Ellis, Clough, 215

Williamscot:
-, Eliz. of (fl. 1428), 216
-, Eliz. of (fl. mid 15th cent.), m. Rob. Babington, 216
-, Hen. of, 216
-, Hugh of, 215 n
-, John of, 216
-, Ralph of, 216
-, Ric. of (fl. 1166), 215
-, Ric. of (d. by 1232), 215
-, Ric. of (d. 1291), 215–16, 218
-, Ric. of (fl. 1316), 216
-, Ric. of (fl. 1398), 216
-, Sibyl of, see Saussaye
-, Thos. of (d. by 1213), 215
-, Thos. of (d. by 1279), 215
-, Thos. of (d. 1371), 216
-, Thos. of (fl. 1373), 216
-, fam., 216

Williamscot, in Cropredy, 1, 3–4, 126, 157–8, 179, 211–12
-, agric., 218–20
-, char., 225
-, ct., 216
-, dom. archit., 212
-, farms, 219–20
-, inc., 219
-, ind., 212, 220
-, inns, 212, 229
-, man., 174, 180, 187, 214–17
-, mill, 180, 220
-, named as address, 74, 170, 172–3, 178–80, 187, 206, 210, 214–15, 219–20
-, nonconf., 223
-, place-name, 1, 211
-, poor relief, 220
-, pop., 210–12, 218
-, road to, 160, 210
-, sch., 160, 173–4, 183, 191, 193, 205, 211, 216, 221, 223–4
-, tithes, 169
-, Williamscot aisle (in Cropredy ch.), 171
-, Williamscot Ho., 160, 169, †175, 210, 212, 216–17, 219, 222
-, woodland, 158

Williamson, Sir Jos., 63

Willicotes:
-, Philippa, m. Sir Wm. Byshopsden, 231
-, Wm., 231

Willingham:
-, Grace, m. 1 Rob. Halse, 2 —Saunders, 200, 202
-, Humph., 200

Willoughby:
-, Agnes, 214
-, Ant., 214
-, Ric., 214
-, Thos. (d. by 1533), 214
-, Thos. (fl. 1565), 214
-, fam., 214

Wills, Thos., 70, 146

Wilmer:
-, Constance, see Enyon
-, John, 163 n
-, Rob., 187
-, Wm., 187
-, fam., 163

Wilmot, Jas., 257

Wilson:
-, Alex., 45
-, Ric., 192
-, Thos., 223
-, Wm. (fl. 1590), 223
-, Wm. (d. 1860), Vicar of Banbury, 25, 100

Wiltshire, John, 238

Wimbledon, Vct., see Cecil, Edw.

Wimbledon (Surr.), 44

Wimbush:
-, —, 182
-, fam., 183

Winchcombe, Ric., 238

Winchelsey, Rob., Abp. of Canterbury, 149

Winchester:
-, Ctss. of, see FitzParnel, Marg.
-, earls of, see Quincy, Rog. de; Quincy, Saer de

Winchester (Hants):
-, Bp. of, 58 n, 100; and see Wykeham, Wm. of
-, sch., 149

Windmills, 69–71, 167, 180, 203, 220, 245

Wine, assize of, 73

Wingfield, Lucy, Lady, 252

Wisconsin (U.S.A.), Beloit College in, 115

Wise (Wyse):
-, F. J., 163
-, Francis, curate of Wroxton, 90
-, John, 105 n
-, Ric., 105 n

Witney, 67, 110, 134, 140, 144, 154
-, named as address, 48 n, 68, 131, 154 n
-, road to, 128, 133

Woden, 6

Wolman, —, Prebendary of Cropredy, 164

Wolverhampton (Staffs.), 17

Wood:
-, Ant., author, 18, 98, 102
-, Wm. (fl. 1804), Vicar of Cropredy, 170
-, Wm. (fl. 1870), Vicar of Cropredy, 171–2

Wood-cutting, service of, 164

Wood Eaton, see Eaton, Wood

Woodford Halse (Northants.), 160

Woodhouse, Geo., 119

Woodhull:
-, Ann, 205
-, Ant. (fl. 1589), 200
-, Ant. (d. 1669), 199–200, 202–3, 205–6
-, Ant. (d. 1675), 200, 205–6
-, Ant. (fl. 1691), 201, 206
-, Edw., 201
-, Eliz. (d. 1657), 205
-, Eliz. (d. 1732), m. Hugh Holbech, 201, 205
-, Francis, 205
-, Fulk, 73, 200
-, John, 200
-, Lawr., 201
-, Leonard, 200
-, Thos., 201–2
-, fam., 199, 201–3

Woodland, see Charlbury; Fawler; Finstock; Lea; Shutford; Swalcliffe; Williamscot

Woodstock, 8, 67, 127–8, 132, 138, 189, 230

Woodthorpe (unidentified), 249

Woodward, Wm., Warden of New College, Oxford, 228

Wool, 48, 140, 242
-, manufacture, 44–45, 57, 62, 63 n, 64, 203, 212, 245
-, trade, 6, 8, 32, 45, 56, 58, 60, 62–63, 69, 75, 78, 82, 118, 131, 140, 144, 258; and see Calais, Calais Staple; Staple Merchants

Woolwich, see London

Worcester, 10, 87, 128, 160
-, bps. of, 61; and see Latimer, Hugh

Worcestershire, 61

Workhouses, see Banbury; Banbury Poor Law Union; Charlbury; Finstock; Neithrop; Sibford Gower; Wardington

Worksilver, 165, 179, 218

Wormington Grange (Glos.), 46

Wormleighton (Warws.), 193

Worsted manufacture, see textile trades, weaving

Worton, Over, 99

Wrench:
-, H. E., 245
-, Wm., 245
-, fam., 245

Wrestling, 15

Wright, Thos., 62

Writs, return of, see return of writs

Wroxton, 17, 90–92, 164, 183, 227
-, Balscott in, 227
-, curate of, see Wise, Francis
-, named as address, 11, 89, 188, 217
-, Priory, 49

Wulfric the priest, 95

Wyatt:
-, C. F., 188
-, Chas., 178
-, Jas., 102
-, John (d. 1669), 163, 166
-, John (d. 1676), 163, 166
-, Jos. (d. c. 1732), 121
-, Jos. (fl. 1761), 163 n
-, Jos. (fl. 1807), 33, 87
-, Mary, 164
-, Sarah, 163 n
-, Thos. (fl. 1674), 197
-, Thos. (fl. 1693, 1716, ? same as above), 164, 178
-, Thos. H., 66, 68
-, Miss, 104
-, fam., 163–4, 166

Wychwood (civil par.), 127, 143

Wychwood forest, 133, 139, 143
-, Forsakenho' in, 140
-, Gatesdeneheved in, 133

Wykeham:
-, Alice, see Lydiard
-, Anne, 252
-, Aubrey Wenman, 230
-, Avice de, 46, 71
-, Edw. (fl. 1514, 1555), 230
-, Edw. (d. by 1635), 230
-, Eliz., see Sor
-, Ferdinand, 236, 252
-, Fiennes, 48
-, Humph. (d. 1565), 229–30
-, Humph. (fl. 1569), 237
-, Humph. (d. 1650), 230, 252
-, Humph. (d. 1703), 230, 252
-, Isabel, see Doyley
-, John (fl. 1413), 250
-, John (d. by 1514), 230
-, Kath., see Lea, Kath. of the
-, Martha, 252
-, Ralph de, 46, 71, 229 n
-, Ric. (fl. 1570), 230
-, Ric. (d. 1635), 230, 237, 252, 259
-, Ric. (fl. 1685), 252
-, Ric. (d. 1751), 230
-, (or Stoke), Rob. de (fl. c. 1210), 46, 71, 138, 229
-, Rob. de (fl. 1242, 1266), 229, 248
-, Rob. de (fl. 1279), 46–47, 71, 138–9, 230, 248
-, Rob. (d. c. 1359), 47, 138, 230 249
-, Rob. (fl. 1428), 138
-, Sophia, see Wenman
-, Sophia Eliz., Baroness Wenman, 230, 232
-, Thos. de (fl. 1265), Rector of
-, Swalcliffe, 249
-, Thos. (d. by 1385), 230
-, Thos. (d. by 1438), 47, 138, 230, 232
-, Thos. (d. 1464), 230
-, Vere Alicia, see Fiennes
-, (later Wykeham-Musgrave), Wenman Aubrey, 230
-, Wm. of, Bp. of Winchester, 229, 249
-, Wm. Humph., 230, 241, 243
-, Wm. Ric., 230, 252
-, Mrs., 244
-, fam., 28, 47, 138, 227–9, 231, 239, 241–4, 246, 248–9

Wykeham-Musgrave:
-, Herbert Wenman, 230
-, Wenman Aubrey, see Wykeham
-, Wenman Humph., 230

Wyldebore, Nic, Vicar of Swalcliffe, 250

Wyse, see Wise

Y

Yate, Edw., 93

York:
-, John of, 234
-, Wm. of (d. 1283), 233
-, Wm. of (fl. 1300), 233

York, Duke of, see George V; James II

York, 30 n, 65

Yorkshire, 64, 118

Yorkshire flagging, 85

Youick, Thos., 243

Young:
-, Alice, w. of Geof., m. 2 Thos. Hardy, 231
-, Arthur, agriculturalist, 57, 65, 158, 180, 225
-, Edw., 231, 237
-, Eliz., 137
-, Geof., 231, 237
-, John, 231
-, fam., 237

Young Men's Christian Assoc., 132

Young Men's Mutual Improvement Soc., 115

Z

Zouche:
-, Alan la (d. 1270), 234
-, Alan la (d. 1314), Ld. Zouche, 234
-, Helen la, see Quincy
-, Maud, m. Rob. Holand, Ld. Holand, 234
-, fam., 246



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