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W. R. Powell (editor), Beryl A. Board, Nancy Briggs, J. L. Fisher, Vanessa A. Harding, Joan Hasler, Norma Knight, Margaret Parsons,

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Note. Subjects are indexed mainly under the places to which the references relate, but there are also separate headings for subjects in the following list, and for others to which cross-reference is made under the headings marked in the list with an asterisk: *agriculture; airfields and airports; almshouses; architects; *architecture; Baha'i Faith; barracks; Buddhism; butts; canals; cemeteries; chantries; cinematography; *disorder; emigration; *entertainment and recreation; *epidemics; fairs; ferries; fires; floods; *franchises; *gardens; Green Belt; guilds; gunpowder magazines; gypsies; heliport; hospitals; hundreds; immigration; *industry; Jews; Knights Hospitallers; Knights Templars; labour colony; lakes; landscape gardeners; libraries; lighthouse; markets; martello towers; moats; *monasteries; museums; nature reserve; Negro servants; newspapers; *nonconformity, Protestant; parishes, detached parts of; parks, manorial; parks and playing fields, public; peculiar, ecclesiastical; pilgrim ways; poorhouses; pounds, manorial; prehistoric remains; *punishment; Queen Anne's Bounty; *railways; *rebellions; reservoirs; rifle range; ritualism; *roads, major; Roman remains; sanctuary; school boards; sculptors; serjeanties; *services, customary; *services, public; ships, training; Sikhs; springs, water; Territorial Army; trade token; vineyards; Volunteers; *wars; women colliers; workhouses.

An italic page number denotes a map or coat of arms on that page. A number preceded by the letters pl. refers to one of the plates between pages 120 and 121.

The following abbreviations have been used, sometimes with the addition of the letter s to form the plural: abp., archbishop; adcn., archdeacon; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; almsho., almshouse; anc., ancient; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Bart., Bartholomew; bd., board; Benj., Benjamin; bldg., building; boro., borough; bp., bishop; bro., brother; cath., cathedral; Cath., Catherine; Cathm., Catholicism; ch., church; chap., chapel; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; corp., corporation; cott., cottage; ct., court; ctss., countess; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; dchss., duchess; dom., domestic; eccl., ecclesiastical; econ., economic; Edm., Edmund; educ., education; Edw., Edward; elec., electricity; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fm., farm; Fran., Francis or Frances; Fred., Frederick; gdn., garden; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; govt., government; Gt., Great; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; ho., house; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Isab., Isabel or Isabella; Jas., James; Jn., John; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katharine or Katherine; Laur., Laurence; Id., lord; loc., local; Lt., Little; m., married; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; marq., marquess; Mat., Matthew; Maur., Maurice; mchnss., marchioness; mfr., manufacture or manufacturer; Mic., Michael; mkt., market; mus., museum; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; parl., parliamentary; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pk., park; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; Prot., Protestant; pub., public; rect., rectory; rem., remains; rep., representation; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rly., railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sim., Simon; sis., sister; soc., society; Steph., Stephen; stn., station; Sus., Susan or Susannah; svce., service; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; vic., vicarage., vct., viscount; w., wife; Wal., Walter; wid., widow; wkho., workhouse; Wm., William.

A

A.B.M. Malting Ltd., 246

Abbey:
-, Beryl, 233
-, fam., 233

Abergavenny:
-, Lady, see FitzAlan, Joan
-, Ld., see Beauchamp; Neville, Geo.

Abraham, Rob., 146

Adam (fl. 12th cent.), 166

Adam:
-, Rob. (d. by 1630), 240
-, Rob. (d. 1792), architect, 81

Adams:
-, Cath., 106
-, Edw., 218
-, Hen. Willoughby, rector of Gt. Parndon, 232
-, J. E. C., 221
-, Jas., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 47
-, Jn., 138, 218
-, Patience Thos., 221
-, Rob., 218, 221
-, Sarah Flower, 135
-, Sim. (d. 1555), 218
-, Sim. (fl. 1555), 218, 221
-, fam., 221

Adcock, Jn., rector of Gt. Hallingbury, 122

Addington:
-, Jn. (d. 1586), 136
-, Jn. (d. 1607), 136
-, Jn. (d. c. 1660), 136
-, Ralph, 135–6
-, Ric., 136
-, Sir Thos. (d. by 1544), and his w. Cath., 135
-, Thos. (d. 1554), 135
-, Thos. (d. c. 1647), 136
-, Thos. (d. 1668), 136
-, Wm., 136

Agnew, Lockett, 117

agricultural machinery, 21, 96

agriculture, see assarting; commons; field names; fields, open; fisheries and fishponds; gardens; hopgrowing; inclosures; market gardens; mills; nursery gardens; nuttery; osier-growing; saffrongrowíng; services, customary; vineyards; virgate; warrens

Ailmar (fl. 1066), 40

airfields and airports, 110, 197; and see heliport

Alberni string quartet, 152

Alcher:
-, Hen., 201
-, Ric., 201

Aldenham, Ld., see Gibbs, Wal. D.

ale, assize of, see bread

Alewin, Pet. s. of, see Peter

Aleyn, Sir Edm., Bt., 200

Alfwine (fl. 1044), 137

Algot, Edm. s. of, see Edmund

Allen:
-, Jn., vicar of Matching, 205
-, Nat., 231
-, Wm., 231

Almar Holefest (fl. 1066), 198

almshouses, see Aveley; Brentwood; Hallingbury, Little; Harlow Anc. Par.; Hatfield Broad Oak; Latton; Parndon, Great; Stifford; Weald, South

Alpha Cement Co., 67

Alpha Engineering, 176

Alsi Bolla (fl. 1066), 215

Altham:
-, Edw. (d. 1605), 189
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1632), 189, 194–5, 216
-, Edw. (d. by 1765), 190
-, Jas. (d. 1583), sheriff of Essex and of London, 189–90, 192, 195
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1610), 189
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1617), 188
-, Sir Jas. (fl. 1632), 148, 189, 191, 193–4, 216
-, Jas. (d. 1697), 189, 195
-, Jas. (d. by 1765), 190
-, Jas., vicar of Harlow (fl. 1787), 144
-, Joan, m. Oliver St. John, 189
-, Leventhorp, 189
-, Mary, w. of Jas., 195
-, Peyton, and his w. Mary, 189–90
-, Thos., 189
-, Wm., 190
-, fam., 188, 192, 194

Alveva (fl. 1066), 217

Alvred (fl. 1086), 217

Alvric (fl. 1066), 28

Alvric Cild (fl. 1066), 198

Alwen (fl. 1066), 19

Alwin Godtuna (fl. 1066), 243

Amadas, Ric., rector of Gt. Hallingbury, 123

Amberden Hall, in Debden, 172

Ambrose Bros., 44

America, emigration to, 122, 180

America, South, 45

America, United States of, 43, 153; and see Philadelphia

Amherst:
-, Fran. K., bp. of Northampton, 224
-, Wm. K., 224
-, fam., 225, 227

Amice (fl. 1233), 201

Amwell (Herts.), 165, 211
-, vicar of, see Kent, A.

Anderson:
-, Alex., 83
-, Anne, 50
-, Chas., 67
-, Eliz., see Hewett
-, Ric., 27, 32, 50
-, Sir Ric., 243, 247

Anderson Manson, joiners, 121

Anderton, D. T., 219

Andrew, Jn., 88, 105

Andrews:
-, Christine, w. of Hen., m. 2 Wm. Carew, 8–9
-, Hen., 8–9
-, Sir Jonathan, 63–4
-, Ric. (fl. 1447), dean of York, 7
-, Ric. (fl. 1495), 9

Anfred, priest of Latton, 194

Angevin, Osmund the, see Osmund

Anglo-American Oil Co., 67, 73

Anne, Queen, 166

Anne (Boleyn), queen of Hen. VIII, 232

Anne (of Cleves), queen of Hen. VIII, 83

Anschetil (fl. 1086), 40

Anselm, abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, 138

Ansger the cook (fl. 1086), 5, 27

Aragon, Cath. of, see Catherine

Archer:
-, Jn., 233
-, Thos., Ld. Archer, 19, 22
-, fam., 19

Archer-Houblon:
-, Geo., 181
-, (formerly Eyre), Geo. Bramston, 117
-, Hen. L., 117, 178
-, fam., 116, 124, 126, 233
-, and see Houblon

archery, see butts

architects, see Abraham; Baggallay; Blomfield; Browning; Carpenter, R. C.; Chancellor, F. G. M.; Chancellor, Fred.; Chancellor, F., & Sons; Clarke, Jos.; Cook, Alan; Crabtree; Crowe & Careless; Drew; Fry; Gibberd; Gibbs, J.; Goalen; Hakewill; Hardwick; Hobcraft; Humphrys & Hurst; Johnstone; Kendall, H. E.; King; Lee, E.; Leverton; Lowndes, G. A.; Matcham; Miller, S.; Morgan, Guy; Newton; Nichols; Nicholson; Pritchett, G. E.; Redgrave; Sanderson, Jn.; Savage; Sheppard; Shiner; Stock, H.; Teulon; Thompson, Fran.; Tubbs; Watson; Williams-Ellis; Woodyer; Wyatt; Yorke

architecture, see assembly rooms; barns; belvedere; church houses; civic buildings; clock towers; conservation areas; court houses; dovecots; gatehouses and gateways; glass, stained; icehouse; market houses; martello towers; pedestrian precincts; railway stations; 'ruins'; stables; 'temples'; tollhouse; tower blocks; warehouses

Ardale (Eyrdale):
-, Ann, 34
-, Jn., 28, 34
-, Thos., 28
-, Thomasyn, m. 1 Rob. Latham, 2 Ric. Badby, 28
-, Warin, and his w. Joan, 28
-, Wm. (fl. 1394), and his w. Margery, 28
-, Wm. (d. 1622), 34
-, fam., 28

Ardern Hall, in Horndon-on-the-Hill, 198

Arderne:
-, Alice de, m. Wal. de Crepping, 170
-, Anne, m. Jn. Bohun, 189
-, Cath., 189, 195
-, Eliz., m. 1 Jn. Skrene, 2 Ric. Harper, 3 And. Dymock, 189, 195
-, Erneburga de, see Erneburga
-, Hugh de, 170
-, Lucy de, 198
-, Sir Pet., 189, 193, 195
-, Ralph de, 199, 244
-, Ranulph de, 139
-, Thos. de (d. by 1231), 198–9, 202
-, Thos. de (fl. 1275), 198–9, 204
-, Wm. de, 139
-, fam., 198

Arkwright:
-, J. C. H., 193
-, J. H. L., 155
-, J. H. L. (another), 155–6
-, Jos., vicar of Latton, 135, 188, 190, 194–5, 224
-, Julius, vicar of Latton, 194
-, Loftus J. W., 190, 195, 209
-, Loftus W., 147, 188, 190, 193, 209, 225
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1792), inventor, 190
-, Ric. (d. 1843), 137, 190
-, fam., 136, 195, 211, 216, 218, 226

Armagh (Irel.), abp. of, see Coningsburgh

Arnold:
-, Chas., vicar of Roydon, and Nazeing, 238
-, Rob., and his w. Isab., 7–8

Arundel (or Kirkby), Jn., 61
-, his w. Beatrice, see Stodey

Arundel:
-, ctss. of, see FitzAlan, Isab.
-, earl of, see FitzAlan, Edm.

Asbestos Cement Division, 67

Ashton:
-, Sir Hubert, 78
-, Nic., 205

assarting, 84, 90, 119, 139, 141, 173, 176, 209, 216, 219, 221, 225, 235

Assartis:
-, Ralph de, 199, 244, 246; and see Erneburga

Assemblies of God, 15, 54, 105, 15 6

Ayscough, Wm., vicar of Aveley, 14

B

B.P. Oil, 67

B. & R. Relays, 153

Baas, see Bawd

Babington:
-, Jn., jr., 50
-, Jn., sr., 50
-, Jn. (?another), 50

Badby:
-, Ric., 28
-, Thomasyn, see Ardale

Baddow, Great, 44, 174

Baddow, Little, vicar of, see Gilson

Baggallay, Frank, 27

Baha'i Faith, 157

Baker:
-, Benj., 99
-, Jane, 30
-, Sir Jn., recorder of London and Chancellor of Exchequer, 7–8
-, Ric., 30
-, Sam., vicar of S. Weald, canon of Canterbury, 87
-, and see Wingfield-Baker

Bald, see Bawd

Baldwin:
-, Eliz., see Bret
-, Hen., 7

Balfour, Jn., 140

Ballard, Jn., 24

Ballett:
-, Eliz., see Glascock
-, Jn. (d. 1638), 205
-, Jn. (d. 1673), 168
-, Jn. (d. 1716), 168
-, Jn. (fl. 1716), 168
-, Ric., 168

Balliol, Lora de, 224

Balsham (Cambs.), rector of, see Price, M.

Banaster, Hen., treasurer of St. Paul's (Lond.), 49 n

Bannister, Jn., 212

Baptist Building Fund, 146

Baptists, 15, 34, 52–3, 73, 103, 105, 146, 156, 195, 206, 212, 222, 239, 248, pl. 27

Barber:
-, Gabriel, 104
-, Jos., 104

Barclay:
-, Edw. E., 231
-, Rob. L., and his w., 125

Barenton, see Barrington barge building, 44–5

Barking, Baldwin of, 215, 234

Barking, 159, 194 n
-, abbey, 28, 30–1, 168, 180, 215

Barley, Thos., and his w. Joan, 188

Barlstead, Jn., 128

Barnard:
-, Dan., 107
-, Jn., 136, 142, 146, 246
-, Wm. (fl. 1849), 136
-, Wm. (fl. 1876), 246
-, fam., 136, 141, 176, 192, 246

Barnard & Co., 246

barns, 29–30, 59, 78, 116, 119, 122, 125–6, 128–30, 148, 166, 168, 171, 176, 183, 190, 199, 209, 212, 216, 219, 240, 243–4, pl. 32

Barnwell, Sim., 233

barracks, 69, 91, 105

Barrett:
-, Alice, see Belhus
-, Dacre, 6
-, Edw. (d. 1586), 6, 8
-, Edw. (d. 1644), Ld. Barrett of Newburgh, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 16, 42
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Cook, 30
-, Jn. (fl. 1397), 6
-, Jn. (d. 1526), 6, 9
-, Jn. (fl. 1882), 96
-, Jos., 30
-, (formerly Lennard), Ric., 6
-, Rob., 6
-, Thos., 6
-, fam., 4, 6–7, 12, 14

Barrett-Lennard:
-, Anna Maria, Lady Dacre, see Pratt
-, Thos., Ld. Dacre (d. 1786), 4, 6–7, 14, 16
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1857), 6, 16
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1919), 6, 15
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1923), 4, 6
-, Lady, 15
-, fam., 3–4, 14

Barricks, in High Easter, 8n

Barrington (de Barenton):
-, Alice, see Battail
-, Anna-Maria, 186
-, Anne, m. Chas. Shales, 166
-, Sir Chas., Bt., 165–7, 179, 181–2, 185–6
-, Eustace, 166
-, Sir Fitz William, Bt. (d. 1792), 166
-, Sir Fitz William, Bt. (d. 1832), 166, 178
-, Sir Fran., Bt., 165–7, 175–7, 185
-, Grizel, see Marcy
-, Humph., 171
-, Joan, Lady (d. by 1641), 185
-, Jn. (fl. 1351), 173–4
-, Sir Jn. (d. c. 1368), 167
-, Jn. (d. by 1451), 170
-, Sir Jn., Bt. (fl. 1655), 168
-, Sir Jn., Bt. (fl. 1661), 185
-, Sir Jn., Bt. (d. 1682), 165–6, 171
-, Sir Jn., Bt. (d. 1691), 182
-, Sir Jn., Bt. (fl. 1818), 167, 181
-, Jn. Shales, 166–7, 177, 182
-, Nic., 173
-, Thos. (d. 1472), 166, 170, 182
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1581), 166, 169, 177
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1644), 165–6, 177, 181, 202
-, Lady (fl. 1680), 183
-, fam., 123, 159, 161, 163, 166, 169, 175–7, 182–3, 186

Barrington Hall, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

Barringtons, in Chigwell, 166

Barry:
-, Dorothy, see Smith
-, Jn. Smith, 80

Barstable, hund., 19, 75, 82, 90, 110

Barwicks, in Stanford Rivers, 188

Basildon, in Laindon, 45, 62

Basildon urban district, see Billericay

Basset, Fulk, bp. of London, 86

Bassingbourn, Jn. de, 66

Bastwick, Jn., 222

Bates, Jn., 44

Batt:
-, Art., 137
-, Jn. T., 137
-, Wm. (d. c. 1770), 137
-, Wm. (d. 1792), 137

Battail:
-, Alice, m. Jn. Barrington, 170
-, Jn., 170
-, Marg., m. Jn. de Boys, 170
-, Thos. (d. by 1372), 170
-, Thos. (fl. 1450), 170
-, fam., 170

Battersea (Lond.), 53

Battles Hall, in Stapleford Abbots, 200

Battlesbridge, in Rawreth, 58

Bawd (Baas, Bald, Baud):
-, Eliz., see Berland
-, Joan, 20
-, Jn. (d. by 1346), 20
-, Jn. (d. 1422), 189
-, Ralph, 82
-, Sim., 82
-, Sir Thos., 82
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1343), 20, 82
-, Wm., s. of Jn. (fl. 1353), 20
-, Sir Wm., bro. of Jn. (d. 1375), 20
-, Wm. (fl. 1426), 189
-, fam., 82

Bawds, see Weald, South, mans.

Bayeux, bp. of, see Odo

Bayhouse, Sir Rob., 61

Bayhouse, see Thurrock, West. mans.

Bayley:
-, Fran., 218
-, fam., 218

Baynard fam., 232

Beachcroft, Sus., 60, 63

Beadle, Charlotte, 195

Bealknap, Rob., 90

Beanford, Old (Kent), 45

Beard and Fitch, gear cutters, 153

Beauchamp:
-, Joan de, Lady Abergavenny, see Fitz Alan
-, Wm. de, Ld. Abergavenny, 118

Beaufort, Hen., cardinal, bp. of Winchester, 232

Beaumont, Sir Geo. Howland, 244

Becher, Hen., 83

Becket:
-, Jn., 28
-, St. Thos., abp. of Canterbury, 28, 90, 100–1

Bedford:
-, ctss. of, see Coucy; Lancaster, Jacquette
-, dukes of, see Lancaster, Jn.; Russell

Bedford, 61

Bedfordshire, 137; and see Bedford; Southill

Beecham Group, 153

Beeleigh, in Maldon, abbey of, 215, 216, 219, 221

Begham, Basile de, 170

Belhus:
-, Alice, m. Jn. Barrett, 6
-, Eliz., see Norton
-, Iseult, m. Gilb. Lee, 6
-, Nic., 6
-, Thos., 6, 8
-, fam., 6

Belhus, see Aveley, mans.

Bellamy, Jn., 61

Belli, Chas., vicar of S. Weald, 87–9, 102

Bellot, Thos., 232

belvedere, 81

Benfleet, South, 147

Benington, honor of, 188, 242

Bennett:
-, Jn., 201
-, Thos., 201

Benson:
-, Geo., 137, 148

Benstede:
-, Sir Edw. de, and his w. Joan, 224
-, Jn. de (d. by 1331), and his w. Parnel, 224
-, Jn. de (d. 1358), 224
-, Jn. de (d. 1359), 224
-, Sir Jn. de (fl. 1448), 224

Bensusan, S. L., 215

Bentley, in South Weald, 20
-, ch., 77, 79, 87–8, 101
-, common, 84, 88–9
-, earthworks, 75
-, educ., 89
-, growth, 75
-, housing, 75
-, library, 79
-, mill, 85
-, reading room, 79
-, road, 77
-, village hall, 79
-, warren, 84

Benton:
-, And., 217
-, Ric., 226
-, Wm., 217

Berkeley:
-, Sir Maur. de, 200–1
-, Thos. de, 200
-, fam., 201

Berkshire, see Windsor

Berland:
-, Eliz., m. Jn. Bawd, 189
-, Sir Wm., and his w. Christine, 189

Bermondsey (Surr.), priory, later abbey, 126, 129, 200, 244, 246-7
-, prior, 180

Berry:
-, Cornelius, 183, 199
-, Eliz., see Poole

Berthoud, Sir Eric, 125

Berwick, in Rainham, 62

Betterton, Sir Hen. Bucknall, later Ld. Rushcliffe, 232

Bevis:
-, Geo., 218
-, Hen., 218
-, Jn. (d. 1572), 218
-, Jn. (d. 1622), 218
-, Thos., 218

Bibsworth:
-, Thos., 188
-, Wal., 188
-, fam., 188

Bibsworth (Herts.), 188

Bill, Jn., 103

Billericay, 48

Billericay poor law union, 22, 86, 98

Billericay R.D.C., 99

Billericay (later Basildon) urban district, 17, 48

Birchanger, 113

Bishop, Jn., 200

Bishop's Stortford, Harlow, and Epping Gas and Electricity Co., 135

Bishopston, Jn., 189

Bismere, Wm., and his w. Agnes, 171

Black Death, 225

Blackmore:
-, Mary, m. Chas. Phelips, 208–9
-, Thos. (d. 1789), 208–9, 211
-, Thos. (d. 1824), 208–9, 211

Blackmore, 99
-, priory, 75, 82, 233

Blackwall, in Poplar (Mdx., later Lond.), 139

Blackwell:
-, Alice, see Prest
-, Ric., 171

Blakdale N.S.E., office equipment mfr., 153

Blaker, Jn., 52

Blanket:
-, Jn., 17
-, fam., 17

'Blauchapelton', possibly in Great Waltham, 175

Bledlawe, Jn. de, 169

Blomfield, Sir Art., 205

Blount, Thos., and his w. Cecily, 140

Blucke (later Martin), Mat., 208

Blue Circle Industries Ltd., 31, 66

Blunt, Jn., 73

Boardman fam., 219

Bobbett, Sarah, 73

Bodle fam., 200

Bodley, Jn., 63

Bodmin (Cornw.), 29

Bohun:
-, Anne, see Arderne
-, Eleanor de, m. Thos. of Woodstock, earl of Buckingham and duke of Gloucester, 60, 126, 182
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1298), 7
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1322), 165
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1361), 188
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1373), 126, 165
-, Joan de, ctss. of Hereford, 126, 165, 174–5
-, Jn., 189
-, Jn. de, earl of Hereford and Essex, 177
-, Mary de, m. Hen. of Bolingbroke, later Hen. IV, 126
-, Wm. de, earl of Northampton 126
-, fam., 8

Bolbec, Philippa de, m. Rog. de Lancaster, 198

Boleyn, Anne, see Anne

Bolingbroke:
-, Hen. of, later Hen. IV, 126
-, Mary of, see Bohun

Bollington (Bolyngton):
-, Joan de, m. Wm. Sawtry, 7
-, Jn. de, 7
-, Thos., 167–8
-, Wm., 167
-, fam., 167

Bollington Hall, in Ugley, 167

Bollingtons, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

Bonham-Carter, Gerard, 176

Bonner, Edm., bp. of London, 122

Bonningtons, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

Booth fam., 239

Boreham:
-, Anne, 206
-, Hervey of, dean of St. Paul's (Lond.), 204

Botetourt:
-, Jn., Ld. Botetourt, 18 n
-, Maud, see Maud, dau. of Thos.

Botulf, Rob., 63

Boul, W. G. T., 48

Boulogne, Pharamus of, 139

Boulogne, count of, see Eustace

Boulogne (or Witham), honor of, 139

Bourchier:
-, Anne, m. Sir Wm. Parr, earl of Essex and marq. of Northampton, 126
-, Anne, w. of Sir Wm., see Woodstock
-, Hen., earl of Essex (d. 1483), 126
-, Hen., earl of Essex (d. 1540), 126
-, Sir Wm., count of Eu, 60, 126, 165

Bourgchier, Thos., rector of W. Thurrock, later abp. of Canterbury and cardinal, 71

bourghselver, 247

Bovey (formerly Davies), Thos., 130

Bowman, Rob., 82

Boyles (Bowells, Cock a Bowells), see Weald, South, mans.

Boys:
-, Jn. de, 170
-, Marg. de, see Battail

Boyton Hall, in Roxwell, 174

Boyvyle, Hugh, 200

Braborne:
-, Fran., see Prest
-, Wm., 171

Bradbury:
-, Denise, m. Nic. Leveson, 63
-, Geo., 82
-, Thos., and his w. Joan, 63
-, Wm., 82

Bradeston:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wal. de la Pole, 5
-, Sir Thos. de (d. 1360), 5
-, Thos. de (d. 1374), 5

Bradley:
-, Edw., 96

Bradley & Barrett, 96

Bradney, Jos., 137

Bradshaw:
-, Ant. (d. 1636), and his w. Judith, 30
-, Ant. (d. 1655), 30
-, Eliz., 30
-, Wm., 30

Braine:
-, Benj., 201
-, Jas., 201

Braintree (Branktree):
-, Adam, 171
-, Mat. of, 164
-, fam., 164, 171

Braintree, 98, 113, 115, 159, 163, 183

Bramston, Thos., 22

Brandon, Jos., 56

Braughing, Ric., 140

Braughing (Herts.), see Hamels Park

Bray:
-, Miles of, 208
-, Rog. of, and his w. Marg., 208

Braybrooke, Rob., bp. of London, 182

bread and ale, assize of, 12, 22, 46, 69, 97, 121, 128–9, 142, 179, 210, 237, 246

Breaunzon, de, see Brinson

Brendhall, see Harlow Anc. Par., mans.

Brent Hall, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans. (Matching Barns)

Brentwood, South Weald and, 74–109

Brentwood, 74–5, 83, 90–109, 92, pl. 25
-, agric., 74, 91, 96
-, almshos., 109
-, assarting, 90
-, Assize Ho., 94, 97
-, Belmont Ho. estate, 107
-, boundaries, 90–1
-, Brentwood sch., 91, 93, 95, 101–2, 105–7, 106, pl. 47
-, brickmaking, 96
-, bus svces., 93
-, cage, 98
-, cathedral, 93, 103, pl. 26
-, cemeteries, 100, 104
-, chantry, 101–2
-, chapelry and vic., 74, 91, 101
-, chaplains and vicars, 91, 98, 100–3, 106–7; and see English; Greye; Mervyn; Ryley; Tower, Chas.; Western; Williams, R.; Woodroffe, T.
-, chars., 89–90, 94, 103, 105–6, 108
-, chs., 74, 79, 86, 90–1, 93, 98, 100–2, 106, 109, pl. 31
-, cinemas, 95
-, clock tower, 95, 97
-, clubs and socs., 95
-, coaches and carriers, 91–4, 96
-, College of Educ., later part of Chelmer Institute, 95, 106, 108
-, convents, 103, 107
-, council offices, 99
-, courts, 90, 94
-, district council, 74, 97, 99
-, dom. bldgs., 91
-, Barnards, 93, 107
-, Bawds Hall, 102–3
-, Bleak Ho., 107–8
-, Boyles Court, 103
-, Brentwood Place, 95
-, chaplain's ho., 100–1
-, Crown Street, 93
-, Eastfield Rd., 107
-, Fairview, 107–8
-, Gt. Stompfords Fm., 93
-, Hermitage, 93
-, High Ho., 107
-, High St., 93
-, Hope Villa, 108
-, Middleton Hall, 93, 95, 103, 107
-, Mitre Ho., 93, 107
-, North Road Ave., 93, pl. 37
-, Old Ho., 93
-, Otway Ho., 107
-, Queen's Road, 93, 107
-, Roden Ho., 93, 107
-, Vic., 101–2, 107
-, Warlburg (Hope) Ho., 108
-, Western Ho., 93
-, Western Lodge, 93
-, ducking stool, 98
-, eccl. par., 88, 101–2
-, econ. hist., 88, 91, 96–7
-, educ., 88–9, 100, 102–3, 105–8
-, elec., 99
-, excise office, 94
-, fairs, 21, 90, 96
-, fms., 85
-, fire svces., 99–100
-, fires, 90, 96
-, gallows, 96
-, Gallows Green, 91
-, gas, 99
-, growth, 75, 84, 90–1, 96, 98
-, hosps., 91, 95, 100
-, housing, 75, 91, 95, 100
-, Warley Mount estate, 91
-, Westwood Ave., 75
-, industrial schs., 94–5, 106
-, ind., 91, 96
-, institutes and reading rooms, 95
-, libraries, 94, 96, 100, 107
-, lighting, 98
-, loc. govt., 74, 85–6, 97–9
-, mkt., 74, 90–1, 96–7
-, mkt. ho., 97
-, mkt. place, 91, 97
-, mill, 91, 96
-, nursery gdn., 91
-, orphanage, 103
-, par. council, 99
-, pks., 99
-, place name, 90
-, playing flds., 99, 107
-, police stn., 94, 100
-, poor relief, 98
-, poorho., 98
-, pop., 1, 3, 57, 75, 91
-, postal svces., 93
-, pound, 97–8
-, Prot. nonconf., 15, 23–4, 101, 103–6
-, pub. halls, 95, 105
-, pub. hos.:
-, Bell, 94
-, Chequers, 93–4, 97
-, Crown, 93–5
-, Gardeners Arms, 93
-, George (and Dragon), 94
-, King's Head, 94
-, Lamb, 94
-, Lion and Lamb, 94
-, Marquis of Granby, 94
-, Robin Hood (and Little John), 91, 93–4
-, Ship (Yorkshire Grey), 94
-, Swan (16th cent.), 94
-, Swan (Gun) (18th cent.), 94
-, Three Mariners, 98
-, White Hart, 93–4
-, White Horse, 94
-, pub. svces., 99–100
-, rly., 91, 93, 96
-, reservoir, 49
-, rds., 17, 25, 74–5, 77, 79, 85, 90–1
-, Rom. Cathm., 93, 95, 102–3, 106–7, 109, pl. 26
-, sewerage, 98–9
-, shops, 94, 96–7, pl. 48
-, sport, 95, 99, 107
-, stocks, 98
-, telephone exchange, 93
-, town hall, 94, 99, 105
-, tradesmen, 96–7
-, urban district council, 17, 74, 80, 86, 90, 94, 99–100
-, war damage, 104–5, 108
-, water, 99
-, Wilson's Corner, 96–7
-, woods, 74, 99
-, wkho., 98
-, worthies, 95–6
-, youth treatment centre, 95
-, and see Shenfield; Warley, Great;
-, Warley, Little; Weald, South

Brentwood, Rom. Catholic diocese of, 103

Brentwood Brick and Tile Co., 96

Brentwood Gas Light and Coke Co., 99

Bret:
-, Eliz. le, m. Hen. Baldwin, 7
-, Hugh le (fl. 1212), 7
-, Hugh le (d. 1267), 7
-, Jn. le (fl. 1267), 7
-, Jn. le (d. 1298), 7
-, Simon le, 7
-, Thos. (fl. 1205), 19
-, Thos. le (d. 1329), 7
-, fam., 5, 7

Brethren, 54, 73, 105, 212, 222

Bretts (Place), see Aveley, mans.

Brewer, Geo., 218

breweries, 35, 43–4, 96, 142, 161, 164, 175–6, pl. 43

Brewster, Jas., 79 n

Brianzun, de, see Brinson

brick and tile making, 11, 21, 31, 35, 37, 43–5, 66, 85, 96, 121, 167, 176, 203, 220, 236

Bricklayers Co., 66, 70

Brictmar (fl. 1066), 139

Bridewell Hospital (Lond.), 5, 216

Bridgeman, Chas., 169

Bridges, Ralph, vicar of S. Weald, 86–8, 101

Brinson (de Breaunzon, Brianzun):
-, Bart. (d. by 1212), 59
-, Bart. (fl. 1212), 59, 66
-, Bart. (fl. 1262), 59
-, Bart. (d. 1286), 5, 11, 59, 62
-, Joan, dau. of Sir Jn., 5, 60
-, Joan, w. of Bart., m. 2 Sir Jn. de Lovetot, 5, 7
-, Jn. (d. 1316), 5, 13, 62
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1338), 5, 62
-, Thos., 59, 62
-, Wm., 3, 5, 14, 59
-, fam., 59

Bristol, constable of, see Fermbaud

British and Foreign School Soc., 146

British Livestock Co., 166

British Petroleum Co., 67, 151, 153

British Portland Cement Mfrs., 66

British Printing Corp., 153

British Rail 151–2

Broad Oak Fm. Sausages, 176

Broderers' Company (Lond.), 29, 33

Broke, Jn. de, 139

Brokesby, Fran., vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak, 181

Brook Street (Sideburgbroc), in S. Weald, 75, 102
-, brickmaking, 85
-, chars., 90
-, dom. bldgs., 79
-, Stone Ho., 79
-, White Horse Fm. (the Grange), 79
-, educ., 88–9
-, growth, 75
-, hosp., 75, 88
-, loc. govt., 85
-, man., see Weald, S. (Ropers)
-, mill, 85
-, poor relief, 86
-, pub. hos.:
-, Bull, 79
-, Nag's Head, 75, 79
-, White Horse, 79
-, Redcrosse, 88, 105
-, roads, 77, 85
-, smithy, 85
-, stocks, 85
-, tollho., 79
-, village halls, 79
-, wkho., 79, 85–6

Brooke:
-, Jn. (fl. 1631), 233
-, Jn. (fl. 1680), 233
-, Mr., 223

Brookland, in Upminster, 8

Brooks:
-, Edm. W., 38
-, Herb. E., 27, 48

Brooks, Shoobridge & Co., 44

Broomfield, see Patching

Broomshawbury, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

Brown:
-, Alf. Augustus, 149
-, Ant., 15
-, Art. H., 96
-, Charlotte, 149
-, Edw., rector of Sheering, 248
-, J. A., 190
-, Jas., 146–7, 239
-, Jas., Ltd., 96
-, Lancelot (Capability), 7, 117

Brown & Tawse Tubes Ltd., 21

Browne:
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1548), 70
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1567), judge, 79–83, 88–9, 100, 106
-, Ant. (d. 1583), 80
-, Ant., Viscount Montagu, (d. 1592), 70
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1623), 80, 101
-, Sir Ant. (fl. 1661), 80
-, Sir Humph., 201
-, Joan, 89
-, Jn. (d. 1658), 80
-, Jn. (fl. 1723), 138
-, Maj.-Gen. Jn., 138
-, Leonard, 49
-, Rob. (d. 1488), 201
-, Rob. (fl. 1712), 15
-, Sarah, see Harbin
-, Thos., 218
-, Wm., 217
-, Wistan, sheriff of Essex, 80, 100–1

Browning, Edw., 167

Broxboume (Herts.), 208, 228

Bruce:
-, Eleanor, 165
-, Isab., 112, 165, 176
-, Rob. (d. 1230), 165
-, Rob., earl of Carrick (d. 1304), 178 n
-, Rob., earl of Carrick, later King of Scotland, 165
-, fam., 165, 168

Brunesho:
-, Hen. de, 168
-, Mic. de, 168
-, Ralph de (fl. c. 1200), 168
-, Ralph de (fl. c. 1216), 168
-, Ric. de (fl. 1185–6), 168
-, Ric. de (fl. c. 1216), 168

Brunesho, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

Bruyn:
-, Alice, m. Sir Jn. Heveningham, 31
-, fam., 28, 31, 33

Bryan, Kate, 108

Brydges:
-, Jas., duke of Chandos, 50
-, Lydia Cath., dchss. of Chandos, see Davall

Buckfast (Devon), abbey, 156

Buckhurst Hill, in Chigwell, 104

Buckingham, dukes of, see Stafford

Buckingham:
-, ctss. of, see Bohun, Eleanor de
-, earl of, see Woodstock, Thos. of

Buckinghamshire, see Chesham; Eton College; Iver; Whaddon Hall

Bucknall, Jn., and his w., 83

Buddhism, 157

Bugge:
-, Sir Ant., 137
-, Edw., 137
-, Jane (d. 1582), w. of Edw., 137 n
-, Joan, 137
-, Jn., 137, 139
-, Ric. (fl. 1616), 192
-, Ric. (d. 1636), 137 n, 144
-, Ric. (fl. 1677), 139
-, fam., 137, 139

builders and civil engineers, 96, 176, 246

Bull:
-, Edw. Philos, 145, 149
-, Geo., 138

Bulphan, 21

Bumpstead:
-, Geof. of, 8
-, Gilb. of, 8
-, Joan of, 8
-, Mat. of, 8
-, Rob. of, 8
-, Sir Wm. of (d. by 1316), 8n
-, Wm. of (d. 1345), 8, 6z
-, fam. 8

Bumpstead, see Aveley, mans.

Bumpstead, Steeple, 232

Bumstead, — (fl. 1691), 103

Burdegale, Raymond de, and his w. Joan, 232

Burgess:
-, Wm., 96
-, Wm. J. and Chas. T., 96

Burgess & Key, 96

Burgh:
-, Devorguille de, m. Rob. Fitz Walter, Ld. FitzWalter, 116
-, Hubert de, earl of Kent, 110
-, Jn. de, 116

Burghley, Ld., see Cecil, W.

Burgoyne:
-, Montagu, 137, 146, 148, 188, 190, 192, 195
-, fam., 195

Burn:
-, Geo., vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak, 165
-, Jas., sr., 43
-, Jas., jr., 43

burning at the stake, 87, 96

Burrage, Martin, 59

Burrus, Edw., 47

Burstead, Great, 99

Burstead, Little, 99

Burton the Tailor, 94

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), 93, 134 abbey, 112, 137, 139, 141–4, 186, 188, 191
-, abbots, see Anselm; Hugh; Luton; Northwold; Rushbrook; Samson

Bush:
-, fam. (14th cent.), 79 n
-, (another), 169

Bush End, in Hatfield Broad Oak, 161
-, almshos., 185
-, chars., 184–5
-, ch., 161, 182–4
-, commons, 172–3
-, dom. bldgs., 164
-, Hatfield Pk., 159, 166
-, High Ho., 163
-, educ., 161, 184–5
-, fms.:
-, Bush End, 174
-, Hatfield Pk., 166, 174–5
-, pk., 166
-, prehist rems., 159
-, road, 161
-, tithing, 178
-, vic., 182
-, woods, 177–8

Bute, marquess of, see Crichton-Stuart; mchnss. of, see North

Butler:
-, Cornelius, 95–6
-, Jn., 24
-, Sam., 86
-, (or Ormond), Thos., later earl of Ormond, 200
-, Wm., 147
-, fam., 239

Butterfield, Jas., curate of Hatfield Broad Oak, 179

Button:
-, Geo., 30
-, Jn. (d. c. 1807), 30, 32, 47
-, Jn. (fl. 1835), 164
-, (later Freeman), Jn. (d. 1853), 27, 30, 50
-, Zachariah, 30, 38, 43, 45, 50
-, fam., 30

butts, for archery, 187, 247

Buxton, Edw. North, 178
-, fam., 178

Byde, Sir Thos., 215–16

C

Caen (Calvados, France), abbey of St. Stephen, 13

Cage:
-, Wm. (fl. 1628), 140
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1668), 140

cages, 98, 179, 193, 229, 238

Calcott (Caldecot), see Weald, South, mans.

Calverley:
-, Horace W., 138, 168, 199, 206
-, fam., 169

Cambridge:
-, coaches, 134
-, rly., 110, 152, 188, 208, 229
-, road, 110, 115, 126, 134, 152, 161, 242
-, university, 22, 87; and see Christ's; King's; Magdalene; Trinity colleges

Cambridgeshire, see Balsham; Newmarket

Cambrun, Wal. de, and his w. Alice, 59

Cammass Hall, in White Roding, 178

Campion:
-, Jn. (fl. 1314), 137
-, Jn. (fl. 1441), 137
-, Jn. (d. 1703), 218
-, Wal., 137
-, Wm., 137
-, fam., 137

Campions, see Harlow Anc. Par., mans.

Canada, see Newfoundland

canals, 17, 58; and see Stort

Canfield, Great, 168

Cannon:
-, & Son, 121
-, F., & Sons, 121

Canons, see Parndon, Great, mans.

Canterbury (Kent), 25, 58
-, abps. of, 28; and see Becket; Bourgchier
-, canon of, see Baker, S.

Cardinal College, Oxford, 13, 82

Carew:
-, Christine, see Andrews
-, Wm., 9

Carlile, Wilson, rector of Netteswell, 211–12

Carlton:
-, Marg., see Waleys
-, Wm., 189

Carnegie, And., philanthropist, 53

Carpenter:
-, Eliz., see Petty
-, Geo., later Ld. Carpenter (d. 1748), 244
-, Geo., Ld. Carpenter, later earl of Tyrconnel (d. 1762), 244
-, Geo., earl of Tyrconnel (d. 1805), 244
-, Ric. Cromwell, 182

Carrick, earl of, see Bruce, Rob.

Carter:
-, H. H., 53
-, H. J., 52

Cary, Valentine, rector of Gt. Parndon, dean of St. Paul's (Lond.), and bp. of Exeter, 221

Casse, Edw., 206

Catherine (of Aragon), queen of Hen. VIII, 83

Cavill, Jas., 247

Cawley, Jn., vicar of Roydon, 238

Caygill:
-, Jane, see Selwin
-, Jn., 168

Cecil:
-, Jas., earl of Salisbury, 232
-, Rob., earl of Salisbury, 232, 234
-, Wm., Ld. Burghley, 222

Celestine III, Pope, 211

Cely (Celye, Sealy):
-, Anne, 7
-, Barbara, 7n
-, Isab., m. 1 Rob. Warham, 2 Ant. Cook, 7–8
-, Jn. (d. c. 1589), 222
-, Jn. (fl. 1680), 218
-, Marg., m. Jn. Kettleby, 7
-, Ric. (d. 1481 or 1482), 7
-, Ric. (d. 1494), 7
-, fam., 4
-, cement, mfr. of, 11, 17, 21, 34, 65–7, pl. 18
-, cemeteries, 27, 48–9, 100, 104, 146, 155, 229, 239

Central Electricity Generating bd, 67

Chadwell, 46

Chafford, deanery of, 100

Chafford, hund., 1–109, I, 41, 90–1
-, chalk and lime mfr., 11, 24, 31, 35, 37–8, 40–1, 43–5, 57–8, 64–7, 73

Chalke, Ric., 169

Chamberlayne:
-, Ric., 182
-, Sarah (d. 1742), 182
-, Sarah (d. 1870), 176n, 184–5
-, Stanes (d. 1782), 172
-, Stanes (d. 1834), 172

Champernoun:
-, Alice, 136
-, Art., 136

Chancellor:
-, F. G. M., 39
-, Fred., 212
-, F., & Sons, 107

Chandler, Mary, 82

Chandos, Sir Rog., 28

Chandos, duke of, see Brydges; dchss. of, see Davall
-, chantries, 88, 101–2, 133–4, 144, 147, 181, 186, 193–4

Chaplin:
-, Sir Geo., 84
-, Thos., 142

Chaplin & Co., 142

Charles I, 165, 191, 208–9

Charlotte, princess of Wales, 72

Charrington & Co., 44

Charterhouse (Lond.), hosp., 126, 128–30

Chaucer, Geof., poet, 165

Cheeke:
-, Ann, m. Sir Thos. Tipping, Bt., 20
-, Sir Thos., 23
-, fam., 19, 20 n

Cheere, Hen., 167

Chelmsford, 25, 74, 93, 104, 158–9, 161, 242
-, bps. of, 13, 15, 33, 50–1, 86, 88, 122, 143, 145, 155, 180, 204, 221
-, diocese of, 101–2

Chelsea (Lond.), St. Joseph's convent, 103

chemicals, mfr. of, 44, 67, 153

Chertsey:
-, Jn. of, 28
-, Steph. of, 28

Chesham (Bucks.), 166

Chester, Rob., 137, 243

Chester, earl of, see John the Scot

Chesterford, Great, 134

Chetwood, H. F., 217

Cheveley:
-, Geo., 182–4
-, Thos., 185

Chiddele, Wm. of, 8

Chigwell, see Barringtons; Buckhurst Hill; Woolston Hall

Child:
-, Sir Caesar, 63
-, Sir Josiah, Bt., 216, 232
-, Sir Ric., Bt., 221

Childerditch, 17–24, 18
-, agric., 20–1
-, beerho., 18
-, boundaries, 17, 48
-, brickmaking, 21
-, canal scheme, 17
-, char., 24
-, Childerditch (Great) Pond, 17, 19, 20–1
-, ch., 17, 22–4, pl. 35
-, commons, 17, 20–1
-, detached parts, 19
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Blankets, 17
-, Childerditch Hall, 18–19, 24
-, Childerditch Street, 18
-, Hill Fm., 18
-, Meadow View, 17
-, Nuttys (Offens), 17–18
-, old school, 24
-, Rect., 23
-, Rose Brook, 17
-, Roses, 17
-, Tillingham Hall, 17–18, 20
-, Vic., 17, 23
-, Woodlands, 17
-, drainage, 21
-, econ. hist., 20–1
-, educ., 18, 23–4
-, fms., 21
-, Blankets (Thompsons), 17, 20–1
-, Childerditch Hall, 19, 21
-, Hill, 19
-, New House (Lt. Tillingham Hall), 19–20
-, Nuttys (Offens), 17, 19, 21
-, Tillingham Hall, 17, 20–1
-, fen, 17, 21
-, field names, 21
-, fields, open, 21
-, inc., 17, 20–1
-, ind., 17–19, 21
-, irrigation lake, 19
-, library, 18
-, loc. govt., 17, 20–2, 99
-, mans. 18–20
-, Childerditch (Hall), 18–23
-, Tillingham, 18–23, 84
-, marshes, 20
-, mills, 21–2
-, poor relief, 22
-, poorhos., 22, 24
-, pop., 17–18, 23–4
-, Prot. nonconf., 23–4, 104
-, rly., 17
-, rect., 20, 22
-, rivers and streams, 17
-, roads, 17
-, Rom. Cathm., 22–4
-, sport, 18
-, vic., 22–3
-, vicars and curates, 22–3
-, and see Duckfield; Grave; Groome; Harris, F.; Hervey; Hull; Lewis, J.; Newman, J.; Reddriche; Stonehouse, R.; Tiddeman
-, warehos., 21
-, woods, 19–21
-, wkho., 22
-, and see Thorndon park

Childers:
-, Anne, see Poole
-, Wm., 244

Chishull, Jn., bp. of London, 86

cholera, 180

Christ Church, Oxford, 247

Christadelphians, 105

Christian Scientists, 156

Christ's College, Cambridge, 231–2

Christ's Hosp. (Lond.), 5, 216

Christine, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

Church:
-, Cath. atte, see Winchester
-, Joan atte, m. Ric. Maister, 218
-, Jn. atte, 218
-, Rob. atte, 218
-, McLaren Ltd., 176

Church Army, 105, 211

Church Commissioners see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

church houses, 88, 129–30, 197, 204–6, 205 n, 247–8, pl. 21

Church Pastoral Aid Soc., 70, 155

Churchill, Sarah, dchss. of Marlborough, 238

cinemas, 39, 95, 152

cinematography, 57

civic buildings, 39, 42, 48–9, 59, 94, 99, 105, 151, 154, pl. 2

Clare:
-, Gilb. of, earl of Gloucester (d. 1295), 138
-, Gilb. of, earl of Pembroke (fl. 1135), 217
-, Ric. FitzGilbert of (fl. 1086), 117
-, Ric. FitzGilbert of, earl of Pembroke (d. 1176), 216
-, fam., 216–17

Clare, honor of, 138

Clark & Stanfield, 44

Clarke:
-, Hamlet, 33
-, Jn., 95
-, Wm., dean of Winchester, 180–1
-, Jos., 227
-, Rob., 15
-, —(fl. 1691), 23, 103–4

Clavering, see Thurrock, West, mans.

Clay Hall (Cleys), see Stifford, mans.

Clayton:
-, Geo. Alan, see Lowndes
-, Sir Rob., 60–1, 68

clerk, Erard the, see Erard

Clerkenwell (Lond.), 153

Cleve, Thos., 16

Cleves, Anne of, see Anne

Clifford, Geo., 202

clock towers, 69, 95, 97, 187

clothing, mfr. of, 11, 44, 96, 121

clubs and societies, 4, 39–40, 45, 95, 133, 135, 141, 152, 186, 188, 216, 231, 239

Cock, Wm., 82

Cock a Bowells, see Weald, South, mans. (Boyles)

Coggeshall, Ralph of, 243

Coggeshall, Great, 159

Coggeshall, Little, abbey of, 18–23

Cok the potter, 142, 192
-, his fam., 192

Colchester, bp. of, see Johnson, Hen. F.

Colchester, Ellis s. of Jn. of, 189
-, his w. Gillian, see Merk

Colchester:
-, gaol, 173, 179
-, museum, 123
-, pop., 159
-, rly., 93
-, road, 25, 75, 77, 90–1, 110, 113
-, St. Botolph's priory, 180
-, St. John's abbey, 116, 122

Coldham:
-, Lawr., 244
-, Mortlock, 244

Cole &Lecquire, 45

Colegrave, Wm., see Manby

Coleman, Lily, 149

Coleworth:
-, Erneburga of, see Erneburga
-, Sir Ric. of, 199

Collins:
-, Jos., 206
-, Wal., 217
-, Wm., 206
-, Mr. and Mrs., 218
-, fam., 217–18

Colora Printing, 153

Colte:
-, Eliz., 239
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1579), 233
-, Geo. (d. 1615), 140, 233, 244
-, Sir Hen., 224, 233–4 his w., 233
-, Jane, m. Sir Thos. More, 233
-, Joan, w. of Thos., m. 2 Sir Wm. Parre, 224, 233, 239
-, Jn., 224, 233, 239
-, Marg., 240
-, Mary, 239
-, Thos., 140, 224, 233, 239, 244
-, fam., 224, 233, 244

Columbariis, de, see Culverhouse

Combers fam., 83

commons, 4, 9–11, 17, 20–1, 25, 30–1, 65, 68, 84, 99, 119–20, 127, 129, 133, 135, 141–2, 148, 158, 172, 185–8, 191–3, 202–3, 207–10, 213, 215, 218–20, 223, 225, 228–9, 231, 235–7, 245, 249

Compton, Jn., 99

Compton (Hants), vicar of, see Scott, C.

Comyn:
-, Isab., 188
-, Wm., 188

Congregationalists (Independents), 4, 15, 24, 34, 52, 73, 104–6, 130, 146, 183–4, 195, 206, 239–40

Coningsburgh, Edm., vicar of S. Weald, later abp. of Armagh (Irel.), 87

Connop, Jn., 201

conservation areas, 197, 229

Contemporary Perfumers Ltd., 166

cook, Ansger the, see Ansger

Cook:
-, Alan, 52
-, Ant., 7
-, Eliz., w. of Ric., see Barrett
-, Eliz, m.—Gramer, 30
-, Isab., see Cely
-, J. W., 105
-, Ric., 30

Coombs, see Thurrock, West, mans.

Coope, Octavius, M.P., 78, 88–9

Cooper:
-, Jn., 62
-, Wm. D. C., 62–3

Co-operative Wholesale Soc., 153

Coopersale House, in Theydon Garnon, 233

Copeland, Jn., 168

Copeman, Frank, 107

Coppins Crouch, see Aveley, mans.

Corby:
-, Rob. (fl. 1363), 61
-, Rob. (fl. 1400, ?another), 61

Cornish:
-, Jn., 168
-, Ric., 170–1

Cornwall, 45; and see Bodmin

Cornwell:
-, Ric., 40
-, Rob., 47, 64
-, Sir Thos., 40
-, Wm., 47, 63–4
-, fam., 63

Corringham, 82, 84

Cory:
-, Bros., 67
-, Wm., &Son, 67

Cory-Wright, G. W., 168

Cossor:
-, A. C., Group, 153
-, Electronics, 153

Costain:
-, Sir Ric., 154
-, Concrete Co., 21

Costed, see Weald, South, mans.

Cotes, Jn., 188

Cotton:
-, Hen., golfer, 155
-, Jn., 106

Coucy, Isab. de, ctss. of Bedford, 101

court houses, 42, 154, 163, 179

Covell, Edw., 201

Covent Garden (Mdx., later Lond.), 138

Cover, J. F., 52

Cowick:
-, Jn., 242
-, fam., 242

Cowickbury, see Sheering, mans.

Cowley, earls, 232

Cox:
-, Anne, 51
-, Wm., 207

Coxtie Green, in South Weald, 74–5, 90
-, Red Lion pub. ho., 79
-, rds., 77

Crabb, Sarah, 149

Crabbe, Jn., 164

Crabtree, W., 151

Crafford:
-, Art., 82, 88
-, Mary, m. Wm. Jermyn, 82
-, Winifred, m. Geo. Gittens, 82

Crammavill:
-, Hen. de, 28
-, Wm. de, 28
-, fam., 28

Cramphorne:
-, Dan., 246
-, Jos., 246
-, Thos., rector of Netteswell, 211

Cranfield, Sir Lionel, later earl of Middlesex, 243

Cranham, 13, 22, 24, 82–4, 99
-, vicar of, see Yardley

Cranwell, Thos., 145

Crawford, Fran. Marion, 165

Crawshay fam., 78

Cray's Hill, in Ramsden Crays, 19

Crepping:
-, Alan de, 170
-, Alice de, see Arderne
-, Wal. de, sr., 170
-, Wal. de, jr., 170

Cressing, 5 n

Crichton-Stuart:
-, Jn., marq. of Bute, 136
-, Maria, mchnss. of Bute, see North

Croft, Sir Herb., Bt., 27

Crofts-Read:
-, Sir Chas., 247
-, Mary, see Hewett

Cromwell:
-, Oliver, Ld. Protector, 80, 165
-, Thos., earl of Essex, 83, 135

Crosse:
-, Mary, m. Wm. Martin, 208, 210–12
-, Rob. (d. 1741), 212
-, Rob. (d. c. 1879), 108–9
-, Thos., 212

Crow, F. J., &Sons, 246

Crow Green, in South Weald, 20, 75, 77, 90

Crowe &Careless, 102

Cruse:
-, Anne, see Feake
-, Jonathan, see Feake

Cullen:
-, Abraham, 244
-, Sir Jn., 244
-, Rushout, 244

Culverhouse (de Columbariis):
-, Jn., and his w., 8
-, Ric., 8
-, fam., 8

Culverhouse, see Aveley, mans.

Curt, le, fam., 4

Curtis:
-, G. E., 62
-, Jn. (fl. 1843), 50
-, Jn. (fl. 1880), 62
-, fam., 62

Cutt:
-, Barbara, w. of Sir Hen., m. 2 Thos.
-, Fludd, 3 Sir Edw. Gill, 199
-, Eleanor, see Marshall
-, Fran., 199
-, Hen. (d. 1573), 198
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1603), 199
-, Jn. (fl. 1517), 198
-, Jn. (fl. 1618), 199
-, Mary, see Marshall
-, Pet., and his w. Cath., 199
-, Ric. (d. 1592), 199
-, Ric. (d. 1607), 199

D

Dacre, Ld., see Barrett-Lennard

Dagenham, 32, 45
-, Breach, 68
-, rect., 71
-, Valence Ho., 7

Dalzell, Rob., 34, 52

Danby, Sir Rob., 233

Darcy:
-, Hen., 61
-, Thos. (fl. 1363), 61
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1537), 216

Dartford Tunnel, 58

Darwin, Chas. R., naturalist, 40

Dashwood, Wm., vicar of W. Thurrock, 71

D'Auvergne, Edw., rector of Gt. Hallingbury, 122

Davall (Duval):
-, Lydia Cath., w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1714), m. 2 Jas. Brydges, duke of Chandos, 45, 50
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1712), 45, 50
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1714), 45, 50
-, Thos. (d. 1718), 50
-, fam., 43

Davenport:
-, Edm., 170
-, Sarah, see Mumford

David Charles Group, 96

Davies (later Bovey), Thos., 130

Davis:
-, A. H., 9
-, J. F., 9
-, J. P., 9
-, W. D., 9
-, Mr. and Mrs., 170

Day:
-, Geo., and his w., 130
-, Wm., vicar of Roydon, 226, 238

Deards' Victoria Dry-Glazing, 142

Dearling, Wm., vicar of Matching, 204–5

Death:
-, Wm., 226
-, fam., 210

Debden, Amberden Hall in, 172

Deltour, Cath., 90

Denmark, 66

Denne:
-, Thos. (d. c. 1640), vicar of Latton, later rector of Netteswell, 147, 211
-, Thos. (d. 1680), vicar of Latton, 194–5

Denton (Kent), 59

Deptford (Kent), 12

Derby:
-, ctss. of, see Stanley, Marg.
-, earls of, see Ferrers

Derwentwater, earls of, see Radclyffe

Desborough:
-, Benj., 60, 63, 68
-, Sarah, see Vandenanker

Devereux:
-, Rob., earl of Essex, 126
-, Wal., Viscount Hereford, later earl of Essex, 126

Devonshire, 73; and see Buckfast, abbey

Dickens, Alf., 98

Diehl, Alice, 4

Dinham:
-, Eliz., see Fitz Walter
-, Jn., Ld. Dinham, 232

disorder, 11, 13, 32, 38, 46, 53, 177, 182, 192, 202
-, and see murder; plots; rape; rebellions; riots; robbery and theft; wars

Ditton, Hen. of, 8

Dobbs, Jn., 135

Doddinghurst, 19–20, 61, 74, 77, 81–2, 99

Doddinghurst List, in South Weald, 75

Dodsworth, Wm., 29

Dorling, Wm., 104

Dorrell, Rob., 60, 63–4

Dorset, marquess of, see Grey, T.

Dorstal Press, 153

Douglas, Sam., 104

Doune:
-, Jn. de la, and his w. Agnes, 232
-, Rose de la, 232
-, Wm. de la, 232
-, fam., 232

Doushade, Thos., 176 n

dovecots, 58–9, 141, 167, 199, 225, 236, 245

Dover (Kent), 28

Down Hall, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

Down Hall, see Roydon, mans.

Downsells (Bawds), see Weald, South, mans.

Doyle, Wm., see North

Drake, Chas., 169

Drax, Ric. of, 144

Drew, Jane, 151

Druitt, Theodore, &Co., 51

Drums Ltd., 44

Duckett:
-, (formerly Jackson), Sir Geo., Bt. (d. 1822), 229, 233
-, Sir Geo., Bt. (fl. 1822), 231, 233
-, Sir George Floyd, 240

Duckfield, Dan., vicar of Childerditch, 23

ducking stools, 12, 46, 98, 142, 179

Duke:
-, Jn., 246
-, Thos., 246

Duncan, Jn., 96

Dungun, Ralph de, rector of W. Thurrock, canon of St. Paul's, 71

Dunkeld (Scot.), bp. of, see Lincoln, W.

Dunmow, Great, 113, 161
-, coaches, 242
-, pop., 159
-, rly., 115, 163
-, Rom. Cathm., 183

Dunmow, Little, barony of, 232 priory of, 238

Dunmow poor law union, 180

Dunmow R.D.C., 185

Dunning, Rog., 17

Dunton, 48, 99

Durham, bp. of, see St. Calais
-, dean of, see Horne

Durley, Wm., 216

Durning:
-, Eliz., w. of Jn., m. 2 Wm. Herbert, 35
-, Jn., 33, 35

Duval, see Davall

Dyde, Wm., rector of Gt. Parndon, 220

Dyke, Jeremiah, rector of Gt. Parndon, 221

Dymock:
-, And., 189
-, Eliz., see Arderne

Dynaunt:
-, Aude or Aubrey, 189
-, Sir Geof., 189
-, Rose, see Merk

E

E.S.A. Creative Learning, 153

Eaglen, Rob., 105

East India Company, 58–60, 243

Easter, High, see Barricks

Eastern Counties Rly., 93, 96

Eastern electricity board, 49, 154

Eastern gas bd., 154

Eastwick (Herts.), 146, 154, 223

Ecclesiastical (later Church) Commissioners, 13–14, 71

Eddowes:
-, Rob., 243
-, Sus., see Filmer

Edeva (fl. 1066), 116

Edmonton (Lond.), 151

Edmund, duke of Kent (d. 1330), 243

Edmund, earl of Lancaster, 198

Edmund (fl. c. 1200), 217

Edmund son of Algot, 198, 202

Edmund, Wm. s. of, see William

Edward the Confessor, St. and King, 118, 16s, 215

Edward I (as prince), 71; (as king) 165

Edward II, 14, 165, 234, 238

Edward III, 101, 177, 235

Edward IV, 60, 233

Edward VI (as prince), 232

Edward VII (as prince), 59; (as king), 222

Edward (fl. 1066), 8

Edwards:
-, Chas., 168
-, Geo., naturalist, 95
-, Wm., 35 n
-, Mrs., 73
-, fam., 175

Electrical Remote Control Co., 153

electricity, 48–9, 59, 67, 72, 99, 135, 154, 208, 231, 242

electronics, 153

Elim (Pentecostal) Church, 156

Elizabeth I, 68, 80, 116, 126, 190, 232, 234

Elizabeth II, 222

Elliott-Binns, Leonard, rector of Gt. Hallingbury, 123

Ellis:
-, Chas., 218
-, Jn., 218

Elmgrant trust, 152

Emerson:
-, Jn., rector of Lt. Hallingbury, 129– 30
-, Mrs. M., 125

emigration, 122, 180

Emma, dau. of Eustace s. of Wal., ? m. Bart. of Laver, 198

Enfield:
-, Sir Hen. of, 170, 198
-, Sir Jn. of, 198
-, Ric. of, 198

engineering, 11, 91, 121, 142, 153, 207, 210

England:
-, Fran., 15
-, Jn., 74

English, Jn., vicar of Brentwood, 101

entertainment and recreation, see assembly rooms; cinemas; clubs and societies; music; sport; theatres

epidemics, see Black Death; cholera; smallpox

Epping, Nic. of, 217

Epping, 111, 112, 219, 221, 223
-, ch., 211
-, Eppingbury, 233
-, growth, 133
-, resident, 218
-, road, 134, 187, 215, 227
-, Rom. Cathm., 146
-, sewerage, 98
-, and see Hayleys; Madells; Rye Hill; Theydon Grove

Epping, forest of, 178

Epping Forest district, 143, 197

Epping parl. constituency, 155

Epping poor law union, 204, 221, 226, 238

Epping R.D.C., 143, 228, 231, 242

Epping Upland, 131, 213, 220

Epping and Ongar highway trust, 134, 188

Erard the clerk, rector of Harlow, 144

Erneburga (? de Assartis), m. 1 Ric. de Arderne, 2 Sir Ric. de Coleworth, 199, 244

Ernold, chaplain of Latton, 194

Ernulf (fl. 1066), 189

Errington fam., 50

Esgar (fl. 1066), 126, 129

Essex:
-, Edm. of, 201
-, Jn. of, 201
-, Swein of, see Swein

Essex, adcn. of, 71, 90; and see Wollaston

Essex, earls of, see Bohun; Bourchier; Cromwell; Devereux; Mandeville; Parr

Essex, county of, 94
-, architects, 151, 157
-, asylum, 91, 100
-, boundaries, 113, 131, 240
-, bridges, 3, 25, 58, 77, 115, 134, 161, 229, 242
-, country pks., 19–20, 75, 80
-, county council, 27, 115
-, county ct., 94, 154
-, Design Guide, 95
-, educ., 16, 54, 74, 89, 100, 106–8, 147, 154, 157, 184, 206
-, estates, 6, 9, 19, 80, 83
-, fire svces., 49, 100
-, forest, 74–5, 84, 90, 118, 127, 138, 141, 176–8, 191, 209, 219, 228, 235, 245
-, health svces., 154–5
-, libraries, 79, 94, 100
-, parl. rep., 165
-, police, 154
-, Prot. nonconf., 239
-, record office, 96
-, reformatory sch., 135
-, sheriff of, 172; and see Altham, Jas.; Browne, Wistan; Harlow, Sir R. of; Horton; Vere, A. de; Whitsand, Sir Ric. of

Essex Baptist Association, 52–3, 146

Essex Archaeological Society, presidents of, 166, 181

Essex Brick Co., 21

Essex Congregational Union, 24, 52, 104, 239

Essex Hunt, 135, 178, 188, 197

Essex Regiment, 91

Essex Rivers (catchment) bd., 11, 46, 68

Essex Sack Co., 67

Essex and Hertfordshire (or Hockerill) highway trust, 134

Esso Petroleum Co., 67

Ethelston:
-, Rob. W., 136, 140, 145
-, fam., 200

Etmar (fl. 1066), 198

Eton, Thos., and his w. Meliora, 218

Eton College (Bucks.), 13

Ettrick, Edw., 128

Eu:
-, Osbert of, 71
-, Rob. of, 59

Eu, counts of, 71; and see Bourchier, Sir W.; Henry; Robert

Eudes dapifer, 116, 122, 136; his w. Rose, 116

Europe, trade with, 45

Eustace, count of Boulogne, 139, 165, 188–9, 191, 193, 215, 219

Eustace son of Wal., 198
-, his dau., see Emma

Evangelical (formerly Peculiar People) Church, 53

Evans:
-, Jos., 104
-, Sir Steph., 63–4

Evelyn, ctss. of Lancaster, see Forz

Ewer, Isaac, 165

Ewing, Jas., 233

Exeter, bp. of, see Cary

Exnyng, Jn., 181

Exxon Corp., 67

Eyrdale, see Ardale

Eyre, Geo. Bramston, see ArcherHoublon

F

fairs, 11, 21, 42–3, 46, 66, 90, 96, 121, 142, 144 n, 159, 161, 175–7, 184, 187, 192, 215, 231, pl. 41

Farmer:
-, Sir Edw., 216, 218, 247
-, Geo., 216
-, Marg., see Hewett

Farnell:
-, Sim., 50
-, Thos., 46, 49
-, fam., 50

Farr, Wal., 248

Fawbert, Geo., 146

Feake:
-, Anne, m. Jonathan Cruse, 243
-, Anne, m. Phil. Martin, 243
-, Jane, m. Thos. Sanford, 243
-, Jn., 243
-, (formerly Cruse), Jonathan, 243
-, Mary, 243
-, Sam. (d. 1757), 243
-, Sam. (d. 1774), 243

Feast:
-, Hen., 239
-, fam., 239

Featherstonhaugh, Sir Mat., Bt., 66

Feilde:
-, Cath., 233
-, Edm. (d. 1719), 233
-, Edm. (d. 1729), 233
-, Paul, 233
-, Thos., 233
-, Wm., 233
-, Wm. H., 233

Fell, Jn., dean and bp. of Oxford, 247

felons' goods, right of, 12

Felsted, chantry and sch., 204–5

Fermbaud (Ferobaud), Nic., rector of W. Thurrock, constable of Bristol, sheriff of Oxford, 71–2

Ferrers:
-, Wm. de, earl of Derby (d. 1190), 49
-, Wm. de, earl of Derby (d. 1247), 49
-, fam., 40

ferries, 4, 25, 37–8, 45, 58, 69, 72

field names, 5, 9–11, 21, 30–1, 35, 42, 62, 71, 73, 108, 120–1, 127, 130, 159, 172–3, 175–6, 191–3, 195, 200, 202–4, 208–9, 219, 221–2, 235–6, 245

Fielder &Co., 96

fields, open, 9, 21, 41, 65, 120, 127, 172–3, 191, 202, 209, 219, 235, 244–5

Fiennes fam., 139

Filmer:
-, Mary, 243
-, Sus., m. Rob. Eddowes, 243
-, Thos., 243

Finch:
-, And., 208, 216–17
-, Dan., earl of Nottingham, 112
-, Jn., and his w. Marg., 217

Finland, 67

fires, see Brentwood; Hallingbury, Great; Hallingbury, Little; Harlow Anc. Par.; Harlow Town; Hatfield Broad Oak; Latton; Matching; Parndon, Great; Roydon; Roydon Hamlet; Sheering; Stifford; Thurrock, Grays; Thurrock, West; Weald, South

fireworks, mfr. of, 142

Fish, Jn., rector of Lt. Hallingbury, 130

Fisher, Jn. L., rector of Netteswell, 211

fisheries and fishponds, 20, 41, 64, 141, 224 n, 235, 245–7

FitzAlan:
-, Beatrice, 200
-, Edm., earl of Arundel, 199
-, Eliz., m. Thos. de Mowbray, duke of Norfolk, 200
-, Isab., ctss. of Arundel, 199–200
-, Joan, m. Wm. Beauchamp, Ld. Abergavenny, 200
-, Marg., m. Sir Roland Lenthal, 200
-, Ric., earl of Arundel (d. 1375), 199
-, Ric., earl of Arundel (d. 1397), 174, 199
-, Thos., earl of Arundel, 199–200

Fitz Aucher, Ric., 118

FitzFulcher:
-, Hen., 137
-, Nic., 137–8
-, Wm., 137
-, fam., 141 n

Fitz Gerold:
-, Hen., 136
-, Margery, m. — de Rivers, 19, 137
-, Warin, 19, 137
-, fam., 136

FitzHubert, Jn., 138

FitzLewis:
-, Phil., 63
-, fam., 19

FitzNeal, Ric., bp. of Lond., 49

FitzSymond, Edm., 60

FitzWalter:
-, Christine, 116–17
-, Devorguille, see Burgh
-, Eliz., m. 1 Jn. Radcliffe, 2 Jn. Dinham, Ld. Dinham, 232
-, Rob. (d. 1235), 234, 238
-, Rob., Ld. FitzWalter (d. 1326), 116, 235, 237, 243
-, Wal. (d. 1198), 234
-, Wal., Ld. FitzWalter (d. 1431), 232
-, fam., 138, 140, 216, 232–3, 243

FitzWalter, Ids., see Radcliffe

FitzWilliam, Rob., 63

Flamstead (Herts.), 198

Flanders, Wm. III's campaigns in, 123

Flaxman, Jn., 182

Fleet Hall, in Sutton, 30

Flemmeng, Hen. le, 118

Flete, Jn. de, 88

Flitwick:
-, Agatha of, 137
-, (or Sandervill), David of (d. by 1233), 137
-, David of (fl. 1233), 137
-, David of (fl. 1308), 138
-, Sir David (d. 1353), 137
-, David of (fl. 1353), 137
-, David of (d. by 1370), 137
-, Eleanor of, m. Jn. Goderich, 137
-, fam., 137

floods, 10–12, 30, 46, 48, 60–1, 65, 67–8, 235

Flo-rite Glassware, 153

Flower:
-, Benj., 135
-, Eliza, 135
-, Sarah, see Adams

Fludd:
-, Barbara, see Cutt
-, Thos., 199

Folquardebi, Thos., 234

food and drink, mfr. of, 44, 59, 67, 153, 176

Fookes, Jn., 43

Ford:
-, H. Prothero, 105
-, Hen., 19
-, P. W., 19

Ford Motor Co., 91, 95–6

Forest Gate sch. district, 39

forester, Geof. the, see Geoffrey

Forster:
-, Sir Humph., Bt., 224
-, Wm., 223

Fortescue:
-, Adrian, 5
-, Anne, see Stonor
-, Sir Jn., 82

Forz, Evelyn de, m. Edm., earl of Lancaster, 198

Foster:
-, Jn., vicar of W. Thurrock, 71
-, fam., 71

Fowler:
-, Edith, 231
-, Sir Ralph H., 231
-, Rob., rector of Gt. Parndon, 222

Fox, A. E., 52

Foxcote:
-, Jn. of, 189
-, Marg. of, see Waleys

France, 59, 71, 81, 224, 233
-, and see Caen; St. Valery; Velizy Villacoublay

Franceys, Steph., 169

franchises, 112, 142, 178, 210, 237
-, and see bread and ale; felons' goods; frankpledge; gallows; hundred and shire courts; pillory; shipwreck; thieves; tumbrel; waifs and strays; writs

Frank:
-, Fran., 170
-, Jn., 185
-, Sir Leventhorpe, 168, 171–2
-, Nic., 170
-, Pet., 185
-, Ric., 171
-, Thos. (d. 1558), 170–1
-, Thos. (d. 1580), 168, 171, 181

Franklin, Ric., and his w. Fran., 195

frankpledge, view of, 12, 46, 69, 128, 179, 246

Fraser:
-, Duncan, vicar of S. Weald, 87–8
-, Wm., 39

Frederick fam., 234

Fredericks Electric Theatres Ltd., 39

Free Churches, 105, 130

Freeman:
-, Jn., see Button
-, fam., 63

Friends, Society of, 54, 103, 105, 156, 239

Frink, Elis., 152

Friscobaldis, Wm. de, rector of Aveley, 14

Frith:
-, Humfrey, and his w., 82
-, Ralph, 82
-, Rob., 82

Fry, Maxwell, 151

Fryerning, 99

Fuller, Rob., abbot of Waltham, 208

furniture, mfr. of, 67, 153

Furze fam., 140

Fyfield, 5

G

Gaddesden, Wm. of, vicar and canon of Latton, 194

Gaffee:
-, Benj., 199
-, Hannah, see Poole
-, Sam., 183

Galliard, Joshua, 83

gallows, right of, 12, 69, 85, 96, 112, 121, 142, 210, 237, 247

Galpin, Fran. W., vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak, 181

gaols, 12, 179

gardens, 6–7, 29, 40, 44, 57, 66, 78, 81, 83, 87, 117, 123, 133, 139–41, 167
-, and see landscape gardeners; market gardens; nursery gardens

Garnet, Hen., 9

Garrett, Herb., 216

Garvey, G. E., 131

gas, 48, 99, 135, 154, 169, 203, 231, 236, 242

Gas Light and Coke Co., 48, 99

Gate:
-, Geof., 70
-, Mary, 70

gatehouses and gateways, 6, 190, 216, 233, pl. 40

Gaunt, Jn. of, duke of Lancaster, 182

Gaynes, in Upminster, 33

Gee:
-, Mrs. A. H., 171
-, Wm. J., 171

General Electric Co., 153

Geoffrey (fl. 1086), 139

Geoffrey the forester, 166

Germany, 39, 66

Gernon:
-, Ralph, 19
-, Rob., 83–4, 118, 165, 171, 198, 202

Geround:
-, Agnes, see Whitsand
-, Jn., 216
-, Wal., 216

Gerounds, see Parndon, Great, mans.

Gibberd, Sir Fred., 149, 151

Gibbons, Grinling, 182

Gibbs:
-, Jas., 169
-, Wal. Durant, Ld. Aldenham, 232

Gibbs &Co., 66

Gibson, Thos., and his w. Bithiah, 137

Gidea Park, in Romford, 93

Gilbert (fl. 1066), 28

Gilbert (fl. 1086), 40

Gilbey:
-, Fran., 126
-, Newman, 146, 190
-, his w., 146
-, Wm., 64
-, fam., 63, 190

Gilbey, A. &W., 151, 153

Gill:
-, Barbara, see Cutt
-, Sir Edw., 199

Gilly, Mat., 224

Gilson, Thos., vicar of Lt. Baddow, 23, 103

Gilston (Herts.), 146; and see Overhall

Gittens:
-, Crafford, 82
-, Geo. (fl. 1606), 82
-, Geo. (d. by 1712), 90, 108
-, Sus., see Aylett
-, Thos., 201
-, Winifred, see Crafford

Glascock:
-, Eliz., m. Jn. Ballett, 168
-, Ric. (d. 1617), 168
-, Ric. (d. 1624), 168, 205
-, Wm., 168

glass, mfr. of 44, 67, 96, 142, 153

glass, stained, 7, 34, 51–2, 72, 88, 144–5, 156, 182, 212, 222, 239, 248

Globe Cement, Brick &Co., 43

Gloucester:
-, dchss. of, see Bohun, Eleanor de
-, duke of, see Woodstock, Thos. of
-, earl of, see Clare, Gilb. of

Glover:
-, Hannah, see Nunn
-, Ric., 218
-, —, benefactor, 16

Glyn:
-, Clayton L., 243
-, Clayton W. F., 243
-, Elinor, novelist, 242–3
-, Henrietta, see Hollingbury
-, J. Clayton, 190
-, Juliet, 243
-, Margot, 243
-, Thos., 190, 243–4
-, Thos. C., 243

Glyn Dwr, Owain, rebel, 118

Goalen, Gerard, 156

Gobert:
-, Jn., 176, 185
-, Lucy, 185

Gobion, Ralph, 244

Goble, J., 168

Goderich:
-, Eleanor, see Flitwick
-, Jn. (fl. 1381), 137
-, Jn. (fl. 1401), 137

Godfrey, Ric., 246

Godid (fl. 1066), 126

Godric (fl. 1066), 126, 170

Godsalve, Jn., 148

Godwin (fl. 1066), 136

Godwin:
-, And., 30
-, Hen., 30, 32

Gogerly, G., 104

Goldsmid, Sir Julian, Bt., 41

goldsmith, Otes the, see Otes

Goldsmith, E. J. &W., 44–5

Goodwin, Edm., 149

Goschen, Sir Harry, 243

Gosling:
-, Alf. H., 166
-, fam., 166

Gould, Wal., and Sons, 153

Goulden, Chas., 147

Gowers, Sir Ernest, 154

Graham, D. W., 219

Gramer, Eliz., see Cook

Grand Metropolitan Ltd., 153

Grand Metropolitan County Hotels, 27

Grantham:
-, Caleb (d. 1699), 60, 63
-, Caleb (d. 1762), 29, 60–1, 63, 72
-, Kenrick, 29, 31
-, Mary, m. Jn. Seare, 61, 63
-, Nat., 28, 29, 60
-, fam., 32

Grave, Art., vicar of Childerditch, 23

gravel-digging, 3, 11, 57, 121, 219–20, 234, 236

Gravesend:
-, Ric., bp. of London, 122
-, Steph. of, bp. of Lond., 13

Gravesend (Kent), 25, 38, 45, 58

Grayling, Mrs. L., 79 n

Grays see Thurrock, Grays

Grays Chalk Quarries Co., 43, 45

Grays Co-operative Soc, 44–5

Grays Paper Works, 67

Grays Thurrock Gas Co., 48

Grays and Tilbury Gas Co., 48

Great Eastern Rly., 25, 38, 91, 115, 158, 163

Greater London Council, 1

Green Belt, 6, 19, 75, 113, 124, 140, 227

Greenbrook Securities, 153

Greenhithe (Kent), 39, 45, 58

Greenpar Engineering, 153

Greenwich (Kent), 43, 69

Greenwood, Jn., 95

Gresham College (Lond.), 221

Greville, Fulk, 171

Grey:
-, Cath. de., w. of Hen. (d. 1496), m. 2 Ld. Wm. de la Pole, 40
-, Edm. de, Ld. Hastings and Ruthin, 119
-, Edw., 171
-, Hen. de (fl. 1195), 40
-, Sir Hen. de (d. 1308), Ld. Grey of Codnor, 40
-, Hen., Ld. Grey (d. 1443), 28 n, 30
-, Hen. de (d. 1496), Ld. Grey, 40
-, Reynold de, Ld. Grey of Ruthin, 118–19
-, Ric. de, 42, 45
-, Thos., marquess of Dorset, 60
-, fam., 40

Grey, Wm., chaplain of Brentwood, 101

Greyling, Thos., 217

Grice:
-, Nic. (d. 1640), 64
-, Nic. (fl. 1646), 64

Griffin, A., 52

Grimes, —, a lecturer (fl. 1636), 103

Grinstead, Chas., 102

Grobham:
-, Jn., 62
-, Sir Ric., 62
-, fam., 62

Groome, Jn., vicar of Childerditch, 22–3

Groot:
-, Isab. de, see Turnor
-, Pet. de, 224

Guet, Ric., 199, 244

guilds, see Hallingbury, Great; Hatfield Broad Oak

Guilford:
-, earls of, see North
-, Ld., see North

Guiver, Jn., 122

Gulbenkian foundation, 152

gunpowder:
-, magazines, 3, 11, 57–9, 65–6, 68–9, pl. 15
-, mfr., 69

Gurney:
-, Anne, 35
-, Ric., 29, 35
-, Sir Thos., 27, 29, 33

gypsies, 12

H

Hackney (Mdx. later Lond.) poor law union, 39, 94, 100

Hainault, Philippa of, see Philippa

Hainault forest, 178

Hakewill, Hen., 87

Hales:
-, Edw., rector of Netteswell, and vicar of Witham, 211
-, Jn., 216
-, Wm., rector of Gt. Hallingbury, 122–3

Hall:
-, Collinson, 78, 85
-, Hen. (fl. 1700), 83
-, Hen. (fl. 1768), 83
-, &Co., 11

Hallingbury, Wm. of, 121

Hallingbury, Great, 111–12, 113–24, 114
-, agric., 119–21
-, Anvil Cross, 113
-, assarting, 119
-, barns, 116, 119, 122
-, Bedlar's Green, 113, 116, 119–21
-, boundaries, 113, 115, 118, 172
-, brick and tile making, 121
-, bridges and ford, 115
-, chars., 124
-, ch., 113, 116, 122
-, coaches, 113
-, commons, 119–20
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Bedlar's Green, 116
-, Beggars Hall, 113, 116
-, Centuries, 115, 124
-, Clock Ho., 115
-, Copped Hall, 123
-, Glebe Ho., 123
-, Great Beldams, 115
-, Great Jenkins (Steven Jenkins), 115
-, Hallingbury Hall 113, 115, 117
-, Hallingbury Place (Morley Ho.), 110, 113, 115, 117, 119, 125, 128, 161, 178, 233, pl. 7
-, Harps Fm., 115
-, How Green Ho., 115
-, How Green Moat Fm., 116
-, Howletts, 116
-, Latchmore Cott., 116
-, Lewismead (Lewys, Lewyns, Lewis's), 115
-, Little Jenkins, 115, 121
-, Morleys, 117
-, Newhouse, 122
-, Norwich, 113
-, pk. warden's ho., 119
-, Plough Cott. (Angle Close), 116
-, Rect., 122–3
-, sch. ho., 124
-, Street, Ho., 116
-, Tudor Cott., 115
-, Wallbury Ho., 113, 119
-, econ. hist., 119–21
-, educ., 124
-, emigrants to America, 122
-, fair, 121
-, fms., 120–1
-, Great Jenkins, 120
-, Hallingbury Hall, 120–1
-, Harps, 120
-, How Green, 120
-, How Green Moat, 121
-, Lewis's, 120
-, Lodge, 120
-, field names, 120–1
-, fields, open, 120
-, fire, 123
-, gallows, 112, 121
-, George Green, 113, 116
-, gravel-digging, 121
-, growth, 113
-, guild, 123
-, Hallingbury Street, 113, 115–16, 120, 122
-, hop growing, 116, 120
-, housing, 113
-, How Green, 113, 119–20, 122
-, inc., 117, 119–20
-, ind., 121
-, lake, 116
-, Latchmore Bank, 113, 115–16, 121
-, Latchmore brook, 113, 121
-, loc. govt., 120–2
-, mans., 116–19
-, Great Hallingbury (Hallingbury Morley), 112, 116–17, 119–22, 126, 174, 177–8, 189, 233
-, La Walle (Wallbury), 112, 113, 117–21
-, mills, 121
-, moats, 116–17, 121–3
-, nursery gdns., 120
-, pks., 113, 115, 119–20
-, pond, 119
-, poor relief, 122
-, pop., 113, 119
-, postal svces., 116
-, prehist. rems., 110, 113
-, Prot. nonconf., 124
-, pub. hos.:
-, George (Shoulder of Mutton, King's Head), 116
-, Hop Poles, 116
-, rly., 115
-, rectors, 122–3
-, and see Adcock; Amadas; D'Auvergne; Elliott-Binns; Hales, W.; Horston; Huntington; Lincoln, W.; Oswald; Thurman
-, rect., 122
-, riv. and canal, 113, 115
-, roads, 113, 115, 125, 161
-, Rom. Cathm., 124
-, Rom. rems., 113, 123
-, sewerage, 121
-, stables, 115, 117
-, Tilekiln Green, 113, 115, 121
-, Wallbury Camp, 113, 117, 119
-, war damage, 119
-, warehos., 121
-, warren, 119, 121
-, woods, 113, 117, 118–19
-, wkho., 122
-, worthies, 116
-, and see Monkswood; Wallbury; Woodside Green

Hallingbury, Little, 114, 124–31, 170
-, agric., 128
-, almsho., 129–30
-, barns, 125–6, 128–30
-, Bell End, 125
-, boundaries, 113, 124, 172
-, chars., 131
-, ch., 113 n, 125, 129–31
-, Church Green, 125, 130
-, coaches, 125
-, commons, 127, 129
-, dom. bldgs., 126–7
-, Gaston Ho. (Watermans), 125, 130
-, Little Bursteads, 125
-, Little Hallingbury Hall, 125–6, 128
-, Little Hallingbury Pk., 125
-, Malting Fm., 125, 128
-, Monkbury Fm., 127
-, Mott's Green Cott., 125
-, Old Fm., 125
-, Old Forge, 125
-, Pynchon Hall (Wright's Green Fm.), 125
-, Rect., 129–30
-, Romans, 125
-, econ. hist., 127–8
-, educ., 130–1
-, fms., 126, 128
-, Hall, 128
-, Monkbury, 127
-, Park, 127–8
-, South Ho., 125, 127
-, field names, 127, 130
-, fields, open, 127
-, fires, 125, 130
-, Gaston (Gastonho) Green, 125, 127
-, Hall Green, 125–7
-, Hatch Green, 125
-, hop growing, 128
-, housing, 125
-, inc., 127
-, ind., 128
-, loc. govt., 128–9
-, Longbottoms Green, 125, 127
-, mans., 126–7
-, Little Hallingbury (Hallingbury Neville, Hallingbury Bourchier), 126–9
-, Monkbury, 126–9, 177, 244, 247
-, Marriage Feast room, 129–30
-, mills, 125, 127–8, pl. 44
-, Mott's Green, 125, 127
-, nonconf., 130
-, osier growing, 128
-, pk., 127
-, poor relief, 129
-, pop., 125, 127
-, post office, 126
-, pounds, 127–8
-, prehist. rems., 125
-, pub. hos.:
-, Bell, 125
-, Hop Poles, 125
-, Sutton Arms, 125
-, rly., 125–6
-, rectors, 129–30
-, and see Emerson, J.; Fish; Neville, R.; Pemberton; Price, M.; Raine; Salisbury, W.; Sherwill; Stewart; Waterhouse; Wilson, J.
-, rect., 126, 129–30
-, riv., 124–5, 127–8
-, roads, 125–6
-, Rom. rems., 125, 130
-, School Green, 127
-, streams, 125
-, woods, 124, 127
-, worthies, 126
-, Wright's Green, 125, 127
-, and see Monkswood: Wallbury; Woodside Green

Halstead, 90

Ham, West, see Plaiz; Stratford; Upton

Hamels Park, in Braughing (Herts.), 172

Hamme:
-, Jn. de, 28, 28 n
-, Rob. de, 28

Hammond, Geo., 104

Hamon dapifer, 171

Hampshire, see Selborne; Winchester

Hanbury:
-, Osgood, 78
-, fam., 78

Hanchet:
-, Jn., 216
-, Martha, m. Edw. Turnor, 216

Hank:
-, Hen., 248
-, fam., 248

Hanningfield, East, rector of, see Osbaldeston, W.

Hanson, Jn., 183

Hansworth, Wm., 56

Harbin:
-, Alex., 218
-, And. (d. c. 1663), 217–18
-, And. (d. 1680), 217, 221
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Browne, 217

Harding:
-, Ant., 63
-, fam., 63

Hardwick, P. C., 169

Harleston:
-, Eleanor, w. of Ives, m. 2 Jn. Wynter, 232–3
-, Ives, 232–3
-, Jn. (d. 1457), 233
-, Jn. (fl. 1457), 233
-, Jn. (fl. 1611), 33
-, Rob., 233
-, fam., 29

Harley, Edw., earl of Oxford, 168–9 his w., 168

Harlow:
-, Arnold of, 135
-, Arnulf of, 139
-, Gilb. of (? two of this name), 136–9
-, Hubert of, 138
-, Maur. of, 138
-, Sir Ric. of, sheriff of Essex, 139, 141
-, Wm. of, 138–9

Harlow, 131–58

Harlow Ancient Parish, 131–49, 132
-, agric., 140–1
-, allotments, 143
-, almshos., 133, 142–3, 145, 147–9
-, assarting, 139, 141
-, barns and stables, 140, 148
-, boundaries, 131, 135, 186, 196, 240
-, bridges and fords, 134, 137
-, burial ground, 146
-, chantry, 133–4, 144, 147
-, chars., 143–9
-, chs., 133, 143–8, pl. 30
-, Churchgate hotel, 133
-, clubs and socs., 133, 135, 141
-, coach svces, 133–4, 208, 229, 242
-, commons, 133, 135, 141–2, 148
-, detached part, 131, 135, 156, 188
-, dom. bldgs., 133
-, Brendhall, 136–7
-, Campions, 137–8
-, Chantry Ho. (Churchgate hotel), 133, 144
-, Churchgate Ho., 133
-, Churchgate Stores, 133
-, Churchgate Street, 133
-, Dower Ho., 133
-, Franklins, 133
-, Gables, 133
-, Harlowbury, 136
-, High Street, 133
-, Hillingdon Ho., (St. Nicholas's sch.), 133, 138, 147, 149
-, Hubbards Hall, 138
-, Kitchen Hall, 139
-, Marigolds, 133
-, mkt. place, 133
-, Millhurst (Piper's), 133
-, Moor Hall, 139–40
-, Moor Hall lodge, 140
-, Oddfellows' cotts., 133
-, Old Poole's Fm. 148
-, Rect., 143
-, school ho., 133
-, Scrubes, 149
-, Sewalds Hall, 140
-, Sheering Rd., 133
-, Snow's and Clay's, 148
-, Vic., 143
-, Wayre, 133
-, dovecot, 141
-, ducking stool, 142
-, eccl. pars., 155
-, econ. hist., 140–2
-, educ., 133, 146–9, 195
-, elec., 135
-, fairs, 142, 144 n
-, fms.:
-, Campions, 137
-, Feltimore's, 140
-, Harlow Tye, 139–40
-, Harlowbury, 141
-, Hubbards Hall, 141
-, Jackett's, 140
-, Kitchen Hall, 137
-, Moor Hall, 141
-, New Hall (Gravelpit), 137, 141
-, Old Poole's, 148
-, Roffy Hall, 140
-, Sewalds, 141
-, fire svces., 135, 143
-, fires, 136, 138, 140–1, 144
-, fishponds, 141
-, Foster Street, 133–4, 145
-, gallows, 142
-, gas, 135
-, growth, 133
-, Harlow Common, 141, 147, 195
-, Harlow Tye, 131, 133–5, 139
-, Harlowbury chapel, 133, 136, pl. 28
-, Hobbs Cross, 133–4
-, hostel, 135
-, hunt kennels, 135
-, ind., 142, 192
-, lakes, 140
-, lighting, 143
-, loc. govt., 131, 142–3
-, mans. and other estates, 135–40
-, Brendhall (New Hall), 134, 136–40, 143
-, Campions, 137–8
-, Harlow (Harlowbury), 133–43, 147, 188, 191
-, Hubbards Hall, 135, 137–9, 142, 148
-, Kitchen Hall, 137–9, 141
-, Moor Hall, 135–40
-, Weldes (Sewalds), 140, 224, 232
-, mkt. place, 133–4
-, mkts., 142
-, mills, 131, 134, 136, 138, 140–1
-, moats, 137, 140
-, nuttery, 141
-, par. council, 135, 143, 191
-, pk., 135, 141
-, poor relief, 142–3, 180
-, pop., 131, 133, 140–1, 227
-, postal svces., 134
-, potteries, 141–2, 192
-, prehist. rems., 131
-, Prot. nonconf., 144–6, 195, 206, 222, 238–9, 248, pl. 27
-, pub. halls
-, pub. hos., 133–4
-, Crown, 134
-, George, 134
-, Marquis of Granby (Wheatsheaf), 134
-, Queen's Head, 134
-, rly., 133–4, 142
-, rectors, 143–4
-, and see Erard the clerk; Ros, J. de;
-, Ros, Ric. de; Staunton, Jn. of
-, rect., 143
-, reformatory sch., 135
-, riv. and canal, 131, 134, 142
-, roads, 134, 140, 142, 187, 215, 223, 227, 242
-, Rom. Cathm., 143, 145–6
-, Rom. rems., 131
-, sewerage, 135
-, shops, 133
-, sport, 135
-, stocks, 142
-, streams, 131, 134
-, telephone exchange, 134
-, tradesmen, 141, 148
-, vicars, 143–5 and see Altham, Jas.; McLeod; Miller, Chas.; Miller, Chas. S.; Spranger; Taunton; Taylor, Jn.
-, vineyard, 141
-, warehos., 142
-, water, 135
-, wharf, 134
-, woods, 135, 137, 140–1, 225
-, wkho., 143
-, worthies, 135 and see Mulberry Green; Potter Street; Stanegrove Hill

Harlow Town, 131, 136, 140, 149–58, 150, pl. 24
-, arts and crafts centre, 226
-, arts festival, 152
-, Baha'i Faith, 157
-, Buddhism, 157
-, boundaries, 154, 196
-, bus svces., 152
-, cemetery and crematorium, 155
-, char., 158
-, chs., 151–2, 155–8, 194, 226, pl. 1
-, cinemas, 152
-, civic bldgs., 151, 154, pl. 2
-, clubs and socs., 152, 216
-, ct. ho., 154
-, development corporation, 149, 151–5, 190, 193, 209, 213, 215–19, 224, 226, 236
-, district (formerly urban district) council, 131, 143, 151–2, 154–5, 154, 190–1, 206, 213, 215, 223, 226
-, dom. bldgs., 151, pl. 38
-, eccl. pars., 155
-, econ. hist., 152–4
-, educ., 151, 157–8
-, elec., 154
-, fire, 157
-, fire svces., 155
-, gas, 154
-, growth, 151, 153, 207–8, 213, 220
-, health svces., 154–5
-, heliport, 152
-, Hester Ho., 226
-, hosp., 155
-, housing, 151, 154–5, 219, 226, pl. 38
-, ind., 135, 151–3
-, industrial estates:
-, Burnt Mill, 152–3, 158
-, Bush Fair, 152–3
-, Pinnacles, 151–3, 155
-, Riverway, 152–3
-, Staple Tye, 153
-, Temple Fields, 151–3, 155
-, Judaism, 156
-, libraries, 151–2, 155
-, loc. govt., 131, 154
-, mkt., 154
-, mkt. square, 151, 154
-, Masonic hall, 157
-, mus., 155, 190, 218
-, music, 152
-, nature reserve, 155
-, neighbourhoods, 149, 151
-, Brays Grove, 156
-, Bush Fair, 151–6
-, Great Parndon, 151, 155–6
-, Hare Street, 151, 155
-, the High, 151–5, 158
-, Katherines, 151
-, Kingsmoor, 151
-, Little Parndon, 151, 154, 156
-, Mark Hall, 151, 156
-, Netteswell, 155, 208
-, Old Harlow, 149, 151–2, 154–6
-, Passmores, 151, 156
-, Potter Street, 151–2, 155
-, Staple Tye, 151–7
-, Stewards, 151 the Stow, 151, 154–6, 193
-, Sumners, 151
-, Tye Green, 152, 156, 211, 213
-, offices, 151, 153
-, pks. and playing fields, 151–2, 155, 208, 223
-, parl. rep., 155
-, pop., 149, 151
-, postal svces., 152
-, Prot. nonconf., 146, 155
-, pub. halls, 151–2, 193
-, pub. hos., 151
-, pub. svces., 154
-, rly., 151–2
-, Rect., 226
-, riv. and canal, 149
-, roads, 151–2, pl. 3
-, Rom. Cathm., 156–8
-, sewerage, 154, 208
-, shops, 151, 153–4
-, sport, 152, 155, 216
-, stream, 149
-, telephone exchange, 152
-, theatre, 151–2
-, town plan, 149, 151–2
-, town show, 152
-, wards, 154
-, warehos., 152–3
-, water, 154
-, woods, 155

Harlow, hund., 110–12, III, 219, 227

Harlow Chemical Co., 153

Harlow Engineering Training Centre Ltd., 153

Harlow Metal Co., 153

Harlow and Sawbridgeworth Gas Light and Coke Co., 135

Harold Godwinson, later king, 18, 59, 80, 165, 208

Harold Court, in Upminster, 99

Harold Wood, in Hornchurch, 108

Harpe, Jn. atte, 115

Harper:
-, Eliz., see Arderne
-, Sir Geo., 188, 193
-, Ric. (d. 1492), 188–9, 195
-, Ric. (d. 1507), 188
-, Wm., 188

Harpley, Ralph of, rector of Sheering, 139

Harrington, J., & Son, 142

Harris:
-, Anne, m. — Mildmay, 60
-, Sir Cranmer, 60, 62
-, Fred. O., vicar of Childerditch, 18
-, Martha, see Holford
-, Ric., 247

Harrison:
-, Jas., lecturer of Hatfield Broad Oak, 181
-, Ric., 149
-, Sam., 133
-, Thos., 137
-, fam., 133

Harrowby, earl of, see Ryder

Harting, South (Suss.), see Uppark

Harvey, Wm., 52

Hasler, Hannah, 206

Haslingfield:
-, Pet. of, 169
-, Wm. of, 169
-, fam., 169

Hasluck, Fred., curate-in-charge of All Saints, Grays Thurrock, 51

Hassenbrook, in Stanford-le-Hope, 66

Hastings:
-, Beatrice of, m. 1 Thos. de Longevill, 2 Sir Wm. de Quinton, 138–9
-, Sir Humph. of, 138
-, Jn., earl of Pembroke (d. 1375), 118
-, Jn., earl of Pembroke (d. 1389), 118
-, Phil. of, 139
-, Rob. of, 138
-, fam., 118

Hasting (Suss.), 59, 70

Hastings and Ruthin, Ld., see Grey, Edm.

Hastingwood, in North Weald Bassett, 111

Hatfield:
-, Cath. of, 165, 171
-, Guy of, 171
-, Wal. of, 165 his s. Wal., 165
-, Wm., 181

Hatfield Broad Oak (Hatfield Chipping, Hatfield Regis, King's Hatfield), pl.
-, agric., 172–5
-, almshos., 179, 184–6
-, assarting, 173, 176
-, barns, 166, 168, 171, 176, 183, pl. 32
-, boundaries, 158, 170, 172, 196
-, Brewers End, 183
-, brickmaking, 167, 176
-, bridges, 161, 163
-, Broad Street Green, 163
-, Brunesho (Broomshawbury) End (Bruntsend), 161, 179
-, Bushes tenement, 169
-, cage, 179
-, Cage End (Musbrook Street), 159, 163, 165–6, 176, 179, 186, pl. 36
-, carriers, 242
-, chantry, 181, 186
-, chaplains, 181
-, chars., 179–86
-, ch., 178, 180–3, 186
-, clubs and socs., 186
-, coach svces., 163
-, Collier (Coldwell) Street, 161, 163–4, 178
-, commons, 172, 185
-, ct. ho., 163, 179
-, Crabs Green, 161, 164 dom. bldgs., n
-, Aldburys, 164
-, Barrington Hall, 166–7, 181, pls. 5,6
-, Bollingtons (Bonningtons), 163, 168
-, Braintrees, 164
-, Brent Hall, 163, 171
-, Broomshawbury, 163, 168 26, 26A Cage End, 163
-, Cannons, 164
-, Chalkes, 179, 181
-, Church Cott., 186
-, Collier Street, 164
-, Corringales, 164
-, Court Ho., 163, 179
-, Crabs Green Fm., 164
-, Down Hall, 163, 165, 169, 184, 203
-, Forest Fm., 164
-, 48 the Forest, 164
-, Hatfield Bury (Town Farm), 163
-, Hatfield Regis Grange, 183
-, Hatfield Priory, 167
-, Hempstalls, 185
-, Lancasters, 164
-, Lea Hall, 163, 170–1
-, Little Barrington Hall, 163, 166–7
-, Manwood Green Fm. (Ho.), 164
-, Matching Barns, 159, 163, 171
-, Oak Cott., 163–4, pl. 33
-, Oak Ho., 186
-, Pierce Williams, 163, 171
-, Priory Ho., 161
-, Rundle Ho., 163, pl. 36
-, Ryes, 163, 172
-, Ryes, Fm., 163, 172
-, Shrubs, 164
-, Tilston Ho., 163, 181
-, Town Fm. Ho., 166
-, Vic., 161, 163, 181
-, Vic. Cotts., 163, 181
-, Wallis's, 163
-, Whiteheads, 163
-, Wises, 164
-, Wood Row, 164
-, Woolards Ash,
-, dovecot, 167
-, ducking stool, 179
-, econ. hist., 159, 172–6, 246
-, educ., 169, 176, 183-4
-, emigrants to America, 180
-, fair, 159, 175–7, 184
-, fms., 159, 161, 173–4
-, Almonds (Bridgefoot), 182
-, Barrington Hall, 166
-, Bonningtons, 168
-, Braintrees, 174, 185
-, Forest, 172
-, Fryers, 161
-, Hill, 161
-, Lancaster's, 176, 181
-, Parvills, 200–1
-, Priory, 169
-, Tom's by the Wood, 174
-, Town, 165, 176, pl. 32
-, Waters, 173, 175
-, Whiteheads, 173
-, field names, 159, 172–3, 175–6
-, fields, open, 172–3
-, fire, 166
-, fire svces., 180
-, gas, 169, 203
-, guild ho., 181, 183
-, guilds, 181–2, 184
-, hop growing, 174, 176n
-, housing, 161
-, inc., 173–4
-, ind., 175–6
-, lake, 167
-, lecturer, see Harrison, J.
-, libraries, 182, 186
-, loc. govt., 178–80
-, mans., 118, 165–72
-, Barrington Hall, 165–7, 169, 174, 178–9, 202
-, Bollingtons (Bonningtons), 166–8, 171, 174
-, Brunesho (Broomshawbury), 168, 173–4
-, Down Hall, 138, 161, 168–9, 175, 179, 199, 201, 203–6
-, Hatfield Priory, 163, 166, 169, 175, 178–9
-, Hatfield Regis (Hatfield Broad Oak, Hatfield Bury), 118, 163– 71, 173–8
-, Lea Hall, 117, 169–70, 178–9
-, Matching Barns with Brent Hall, 166, 170–1, 178–9, 198, 201
-, Pierce Williams, 166, 171
-, Ryes (Rise Marses), 168, 170, 171-2, 181
-, Manwood End, 178
-, Manwood Green, 161, 164
-, mkt., 158-9, 175-6
-, mkt. ho., 159, 161, 176, 183
-, mkt. place, 159, 161, 175, pl. 36
-, marshes, 173
-, medieval town, 158-9, 161, 175
-, merchants and tradesmen, 159, 176-6
-, military hosp., 169
-, mills, 168, 175, 203
-, moats, 164, 166, 168, 170-2
-, Needham Green, 161
-, osier growing, 174
-, par. council, 180
-, par. room, 186
-, pks., 161, 167, 173-4, 177
-, pest ho., 180
-, pillory, 179
-, place name, 159
-, poor relief, 179-80
-, pop., 159, 172-3, 227
-, Portingbury Hills, 159
-, postal svces., 163
-, prehist. rems., 158-9
-, priors, 169, 179; and see Lydgate
-, priory, 158-9, 161, 163, 165-9, 171, 175, 180-2
-, Prot. nonconf., 183
-, pub. hos., 159
-, Cock, 163–4, 176
-, Duke's Head (Duke of Wellington), 164
-, (Plume of) Feathers, 163–4, 179
-, rly., 158, 163, 167
-, rect., 180–1
-, riv., 158
-, roads, 134, 159, 161, 185–6
-, Rom. Cathm., 183
-, saffron growing, 174
-, sewerage, 180
-, stocks, 179
-, streams, 158, 161, 163, 172–3
-, Stubbers Bush, 181
-, 'temple', 167
-, Thremhall Green, 159, 175
-, tithings and quarters, 178–9
-, vic., 180–1
-, vicars and curates, 179–82, 205 and see Butterfield; Brokesby; Burn, G.; Galpin; Hooke, Jn.; Noke, R. (fl. 1529); Parker, F.; Stirling; Warren; Wray
-, war damage, 177
-, warrens, 176–7
-, water, 180
-, Wodley Green, 167–8
-, Wood Row, 161, 164, 172–3, 178
-, woods, 127, 165, 169–70, 172–4, 178
-, wkho., 176n, 179
-, worthies, 165
-, and see Bush End; Hatfield forest; Hatfield Heath

Hatfield forest, 113, 119, 158–9, 166, 172, 174–8, pl. 4
-, commons, 177–8
-, Doodle Oak, 178
-, Forest Lodge, 178
-, inc., 117, 161, 174, 177–8
-, lake, 178
-, Shell (Grotto) Ho., 178
-, Warren Ho., 178

Hatfield Heath, in Hatfield Broad Oak, 159, 161
-, chars., 182–5
-, ch., 161, 164, 182–4
-, common, 158
-, dom. bldgs., 164
-, Heath Fm., 176
-, Little Brewers, 176
-, educ., 161, 183–4
-, fair, 161, 176
-, growth, 161
-, housing, 161
-, ind., 161, 164, 175–6, pl. 43
-, loc. govt., 178
-, mills, 175–6, pl. 43
-, nonconf., 161, 181, 183–4, 206
-, postal svces., 163
-, pub. hos.:
-, Bell, 164
-, Stag (Bald Stag, Horseshoe), 164
-, White Hart, 164
-, White Horse, 164
-, roads, 158–9, 161, 197
-, vic., 182
-, vicars, 183

Hatfield Heath Press, 176

Hatt:
-, Jn., 28
-, fam., 28

Hattem, Sir Jn. van, 43, 45, 50

Hatten, Chas., 47

Hatten & Asplin, 47

haulage and distribution, 44, 67, 210, 246

Hauville:
-, Gilb. de, 118
-, Wal. de, 118

Haven Inns Ltd., 27

Haverhill (Suff.), 134

Havering-atte-Bower, 6 n, 74, 77, 84 n, 178n.

Hayes:
-, Cath., m. Thos. Reading, 70, 72
-, Humph. (d. 1584), 70, 72
-, Humph. (d. 1586), 70, 72
-, Jos. W., vicar of W. Thurrock, 71–2

Hayleys, in Epping, 111

Hayters Ltd., 128

Hayward, Jn., 239, 248

health services, 48, 154–5; and see hospitals

Heard:
-, Jn., 33
-, Ralph, 33

Heberden, Fred., vicar of W. Thurrock, 72

Hedley, Thos., & Co., 59, 67

Heigham:
-, Jn., 208
-, Ric., 208, 217
-, Wm., 208

Hele:
-, Geo., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 50–1
-, H. S., 50
-, Hen., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 50–1

heliport, 152

Hellam:
-, Edw., 224
-, Jn., 224, 233
-, Mary, 233
-, Rob., 224

Helwetone, Mic. de, 62

Heming:
-, Eliz., 83
-, Jn., 83
-, Martha, 83
-, Penelope, 83

Hemming:
-, Geo., rector of Lt. Parndon, 226
-, Hen., 43

Hengham, Ralph of, 201

Henham, vicars of, see Neville, R.; Tutte

Henry I, 18, 112, 116, 166, 180

Henry II, 126, 208–9, 219

Henry III, 42, 97, 112, 118, 121, 139, 175–7

Henry IV, 118, 126

Henry V, 126, 244

Henry VI, 13, 60, 177

Henry VII, 232

Henry VIII, 19, 135, 208, 232–3

Henry, count of Eu, 59

Henshaw:
-, Benj. (fl. 1677), 139 his s. Benj., 139
-, Benj. (d. 1767), 139
-, Benj. (fl. 1797), 139
-, Jos. (? two of this name), 139

Hensmans, J. P., Ltd., 85

Hepworth, Barbara, 152

Herbert:
-, Eliz., see Durning
-, Wm., 35

Herdeson, Hen., 60

Hereford:
-, earls of, see Bohun
-, ctss. of, see Bohun, Joan
-, Vct., see Devereux, W.

Heriz, Erasmus, see Smith

Hertford, 165, 211, 239

Hertfordshire, 110, 131, 134, 213, 233
-, bridges, 115, 229
-, Prot. nonconf., 239
-, sheriff, 165
-, traders from, 176
-, and see Amwell; Bibsworth; Broxbourne; Eastwick; Flamstead; Gilston; Hamels Park; Hertford; Hockerill; Hoddesdon; Hunsdon; Overhall; Pishiobury; Rye Hill; Rye Meads; Sacombe; St. Albans; Sawbridgeworth; Stanstead Abbots; Stortford, Bishop's; Tednambury; Thorley; Twyford; Waltham Cross; Welwyn

Herts, and Essex Water (formerly Waterworks) Co., 135, 154

Hervey, Jn., vicar of Childerditch, 23

Heseltine, Evelyn, 107, 109

Heskett, Philippa, 51

Hethe, Jn., 188–90

Heveningham:
-, Alice, see Bruyn
-, Sir Jn., 31

Hewett:
-, Arabella, Lady Wiseman, 247
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Anderson, 243, 247
-, Sir Geo., Bt., later Vct. Hewett, 243, 247
-, Marg., m. Sir Edw. Farmer, 247
-, Mary, m. Sir Chas. Crofts-Read, 247
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 243

Heybridge, 22

Heyman:
-, Sir Hen., Bt., 60, 62
-, Mary, see Holford
-, Sir Pet., Bt., 60

Hibbard, Jos., &Sons, 95, 97

Hill:
-, Edw., rector of Sheering, 248
-, Jn., 50
-, Jn., &Co., 96
-, Thos., 96

Hilliard, Sam., rector of Stifford, 32

Hills, Thos., and his w., 53

Hinde, Ric., rector of Sheering, 247–8

Hinton, Edw., rector of Sheering, 247–8

Hirst:
-, Fred., 90
-, G. F. R., 84
-, Jas., 83
-, Jn. (fl. 1771), 83
-, Jn. (fl. 1839), 84
-, fam., 84

Ho, Nic. del, 116

Hobcraft, Jn., 7

Hockerill (Herts.), 242

Hoddesdon (Herts.), 165, 208, 228–9, 239–40

Hogarth:
-, Jn., 29
-, Jn. H., rector of Stifford, 25, 29

Holand:
-, Edm, de, 243
-, Thos. de, earl of Kent, and his w. Alice, 243–4

Holborn (Mdx., later Lond.), 148, 216

Holbrook Machine Tool Co., 142

Holford:
-, Chris. (d. 1608), 60, 72
-, Chris. (d. c. 1612), 60
-, Dan., 60, 70
-, Martha, m. Sir Cranmer Harris, 60
-, Mary, m. Sir Hen. Heyman, Bt., 60
-, fam., 72

Holland, earl of, see Rich, Rob.

Holland, farmer from, 65

Hollingbury:
-, Amelia, 243
-, Henrietta, m. Thos. Glyn, 243

Hollingworth, Phil., 233

Hollis:
-, Sir Thos., 60
-, Thos. Brand, 95
-, Sir Wm., 60

Holmes, Nehemiah, vicar of Matching and of Writtle, 205

Holt, Thos., 140

Home Farm man., see Thurrock, West, mans.

Hooke:
-, Jn., vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak, 179
-, Joshua J., 108

hop-growing, 31, 116, 120, 128, 174, 176 n, 236, 246

Hopkins:
-, Jn., 29
-, fam., 29

Horn:
-, Avice, 199
-, Jn. (fl. 1284), 199
-, Jn. (fl. 1290), 199

Hornby-Maw, Jn., 233

Horncastle:
-, Art., 44
-, Jn., 44, 54
-, Mary Ann, see Woolnough
-, Wm., 44, 54
-, fam., 44
-, clothiers &furnishers, 44, 50

Hornchurch, 14, 32, 49, 77, 103; and see Harold Wood

Horndon, East, 17, 63, 99

Horndon, West, 17–19, 48, 99
-, Thorndon Hall, 17, 102–3
-, Thorndon Park, 17, 20, 23

Horndon-on-the-Hill, 4, 25, 38, 52
-, and see Ardern Hall

Horne, Ric., vicar of Matching, dean of Durham, bp. of Winchester, 205

Horsley, Sam., vicar of S. Weald, bp. of St. David's, Rochester, and St. Asaph, 87

Horston, Thos., rector of Gt. Hallingbury, canon of St. Paul's, 123

Horton, Jn. H., high sheriff of Essex, 79

hospitals, 16, 49, 75, 79–80, 88, 91, 95, 100, 155, 169

Houblon:
-, Fred. Archer, 213
-, Jacob (d. 1770), 117, 121, 161, 177
-, Jacob (d. 1783), 117, 177–8
-, Jn., 120
-, Jn. Archer (d. 1831), 122, 128
-, Jn. Archer (d. 1891), 117, 120, 122–4, 170, 172, 178
-, Sir Ric., 117
-, fam., 117, 120, 122, 161
-, and see Archer-Houblon

Hough, Jas. F., 107

Houghton, Jn., vicar of Matching, 205–6

House:
-, Giles, 168
-, Jn. (fl. 1436), 168
-, Jn. (fl. 1497), 168
-, fam., 168

Housham Hall, see Matching, mans.

Hovel:
-, Rob. (fl. 1223), 19
-, Rob. (fl. 1251), and his w. Margery, 19, 22
-, fam., 19

How, Jn., 83

Howard:
-, Alice, see Lovel
-, Sir Edw., 117
-, Thos. J., 199

Howard Rotavator Co., 21

Howell:
-, Jn., 47
-, wid., 109

Howland:
-, Eliz., m. Wriothesley Russell, duke of Bedford, 140
-, Geof., 140
-, Geo., 244
-, Jn., 140

Hoxton (Mdx.), 104

Hoy:
-, Chas., 170
-, Wm., 131

Hubbards Hall, see Harlow Anc. Par., mans.

Huberd:
-, Jn., 138–9
-, Margery, 138
-, Rob. (fl. 1327), 139
-, Rob. (fl. 1357), 138
-, Rob. (d. 1428 or 1429), 138
-, Rob. (others of this name), 138
-, Thos., 138–9
-, fam., 138

Hubert:
-, Jn. s. of, see FitzHubert, Jn.
-, Phil., 63

Huddlestone:
-, Dorothy, 80
-, Sir Edm., 80

Hudson, Rob., 60, 63

Hugh, abbot of Bury St. Edmunds (1156–80), 139

Hugh, abbot of Bury St. Edmunds (1213–29), 135, 138, 141

Hugh, dean of Matching, 204

Hugh (fl. 1086), tenant of Odo of Bayeux, see Montfort

Hugh (fl. 1086), tenant of Rob. Gernon, 198

Hugh (fl. 1086), tenant of G. de Mandevillc, 126

Hull, Jos., vicar of Childerditch, 23

Humphrys &Hurst, 155

hundred and shire courts, quittance of, 112

hundreds, see Barstable; Chafford; Harlow; Ongar; Waltham

Hunsdon (Herts.), 135, 208

Hunt:
-, Geo., 80
-, Wm. E., 63

Hunter, Wm., 87, 96, 103

Huntington, Rob., rector of Gt. Hallingbury, later bp. of Raphoe, 123

Hurman, Jn., 52

Hurst:
-, Rob., 244, 248
-, Rog. (d. 1587), 244
-, Rog. (fl. 1621), 244
-, Thos., 244

Hurstmonceux Castle (Suss.), 7

Hutcher, Jn., 247

Hutton, 74, 91, 99, 104
-, curate, see Sanders

Huttons, see Sheering, mans.

Hyder, Nat., 45

I

Ibbetson:
-, Chas., see Selwin
-, Jn., see Selwin
-, Lady, 182

icehouse, 236

Ilger, Ranulf bro. of, see Ranulf

immigration, 10, 31, 39, 54–5, 65, 157, 176, 236

Immings, Emanuel, 192

Imperial Brick Works, 236

inclosures, 3–4, 10, 17, 20–1, 20, 84, 117, 119–20, 127, 161, 173–4, 177–8, 191, 202, 209, 213, 216, 219–20, 225, 229, 231, 235–6, 241, 245

Ind, Edw., 78

industry, 4, 11, 17–19, 21, 24–5, 29, 31, 34–5, 37, 41, 43–4, 57–9, 63–7, 72–3, 91, 96, 121, 128, 135, 142, 151–3, 175–6, 192, 203, 207, 210, 236–7, 241–2, 245–6, pl. 45
-, and see agricultural machinery; barge building; breweries; brick- and tile-making; builders and civil engineers; cement; chalk and lime; chemicals; cinematography; clothing; electricity; electronics; engineering; fireworks; food and drink; furniture; glass, mfr. of; gravel-digging; gunpowder; haulage and distribution; leather; maltings; medicines; metals; mills; oil and petroleum; paint; paper and packaging; photographic equipment; plastics; potash; potteries; printing; saltpetre; soap; tarpaulin; textiles; timber and joinery; warehouses; waste

Ingatestone, 61, 99, 102, 104, 202
-, rector, see Willis, J.

Inglethorpe, Sir Edm., and his w. Joan, 5

Ingrave, 18, 74, 83, 99, 101, 104

Ingwar (fl. 1066), 232

Inland Warehousing Ltd., 236

Inner Temple (Mdx.), 243

International Distillers and Vintners, 153

International Supermarket, 97

International Telephone and Telegraph Corp., 153

Ipswich (Suff.), 7, 93
-, Wolsey college, 82

Ireland:
-, immigrants from, 10, 31, 55, 65
-, and see Armagh; Raphoe

Irons, Sam., 66

Isaac son of Josce the Rabbi, 40

Isleworth (Mdx.). 64

Italy, immigrants from, 236

Iver (Bucks.), 80

J

Jackson, Sir Geo., Bt., see Duckett

Jaggard:
-, Fran., 218
-, Humph. (d. 1664), and his w., 218
-, Humph. (fl. 1664), 218
-, Mary, 218

James I, 62, 68, 208, 221

Jarvis, W. H., 108

Jefferson, Wm., 90

Jefferson Smurfit Group (Eire), 153

Jehovah's Witnesses, 105, 156

Jennings:
-, Geof., 171
-, Joan, see Leventhorpe

Jermyn:
-, Mary, see Crafford
-, Wm., 82

Jervis:
-, Sir Jn., earl of St. Vincent, 78, 80
-, Martha, see Parker

Jews, 39–40, 156

Jocelyn:
-, Sir Conyers, Bt., 168
-, Hezekiah, 147
-, Rob., earl of Roden, 168
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1712), 168
-, Sir Thos., and his w. Dorothy, 168
-, fam., 168

John, king, 135

John son of Hubert, see FitzHubert

John son of Michael of Stifford, see Michael, Jn.

John son of Waleran, 5, 9

John the packer, 174

John the Scot, earl of Chester, 165

John the vintner, 65

John the Wheeler, 242

John, Sir Lewis, and his w. Anne, 63

Johnson:
-, Geo., 52
-, Hen. F., bp. of Colchester, 116
-, Jn., rector of Gt. Parndon, 220
-, Phil., rector of Netteswell, 211
-, Rob., 50
-, Sam., lexicographer, 27

Johnson Matthey Metals, 153

Johnstone, F., 23

Jones:
-, Dan., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 50
-, Frank H., 200
-, Wm., 15, 73

Jordan:
-, Thos. (fl. 1699), and his w., 247
-, Thos. (fl. 1712), 15

Josce son of Isaac, 40

Josce the Rabbi, 40
-, his s. Isaac, 40

Josselyn:
-, Anne, see Torrell
-, Hen., 64, 70
-, Thos. (fl. 1540), 244
-, Thos. (fl. 1595), 64

Joyce, Thos., and his w., 32

Junain (fl. 1086), 215

Justice:
-, Jn., 82
-, Wm., and his w., 82
-, fam., 82

K

Katherines, see Parndon, Great, mans.

Keating:
-, Emanuel, 82
-, — (d. 1834), 82

Keers, in Aythorpe Roding, 185

Kelet, Wm., and his w. Alice, 8

Kelituna (Kenningtons), see Aveley, mans.

Kelvedon Hatch, 77, 99, 102–4

Kempe:
-, Geo., 244
-, Jn., 244

Kendall:
-, H. E., 100
-, Thos., 105

Kenningtons, see Aveley, mans.

Kent, Abraham, rector of Netteswell and vicar of Amwell (Herts.), 211

Kent:
-, duke of, see Edmund
-, earls of, see Burgh, H. de; Holand

Kent, 10, 33, 66, 70
-, and see Beanford, Old; Canterbury; Denton; Deptford; Dover; Gravesend; Greenhithe; Greenwich; Lesnes; Long Reach; Northfleet; Plumstead; Rochester; Selling; Woolwich

Kentish (or Stifford), Rog., 28, 32–3; his w., 33

Kenwrick:
-, Wm. (fl. 1682), 50
-, Wm. (d. 1706), 50

Kettleby:
-, Jn., 7
-, Marg., see Cely

Key, Sir Kingsmill Grove, Bt., 96

Key Glassworks, 153

Keyne, Jn., 101

Kighley:
-, Edw., 40, 42
-, Thos. (d. 1585 or 1586), 40
-, Thos. (d. 1617), 40, 46
-, Thos. (fl. 1617), 40

Kilvert, N., &Sons, 44

King, Laur., 102, 192, 194

King's College, Cambridge, 7

Kingsman:
-, Jasper (d. 1754), 27
-, Jasper (d. by 1784), 27

Kingston (Surr.), 222

Kirkaldy, Jn., Ltd., 207, 210

Kirkby:
-, Beatrice, see Stodey
-, Jn., see Arundel
-, Wm., 61
-, fam., 61

Kitchen Hall, see Harlow Anc. Par., mans.

Kitchingman, Brian, vicar of Roydon, 237–8

Knevynton, Ralph de, 14

Knight, Isaac, 10

Knights Hospitallers, 5–6, 8, 28, 45, 49, 60, 62, 234

Knights Templars, 62, 65, 234, 238

Knowles &Tampkins, 44

Kores Manufacturing Co., 153

Kyne, Jn., 103

L

labour colony, 122

Lafarge Aluminous Cement Co., 67

Laindon, 48, 62; and see Basildon

Lake:
-, Sir Bibye, Bt., 62
-, Sir Jas., Bt., 62
-, Mary, 63
-, Ric., 50
-, Thos., 62–4
-, fam., 63

lakes, 7, 19, 75, 81, 116, 140, 167, 178, 196, 225

Lamb, Hen., 137

Lambard, Pet., 173

Lambert, Jn., 42, 50

Lambourne, 139

Lancaster:
-, Jacquette of, w. of Jn., duke of Bedford, m. 2 Ric. Woodville, Earl Rivers (d. 1469), 60
-, Jn. of, duke of Bedford, 60
-, Jn. de, 164, 198 his w. Annora, 198
-, Philippa de, see Bolbec
-, Rog. de, 198
-, fam., 164

Lancaster:
-, ctss. of, see Forz
-, duchy of, 30
-, dukes of, 40; and see Gaunt
-, earl of, see Edmund

Landfield, Leonard W., 45

Landon, Frank, 96

landscape gardeners, see Bridgeman; Brown, L.; Papworth; Repton; Woods, R.

Langley:
-, Cath., m. Jn. Marshall, 198
-, Edm. of, duke of York, 101, 182
-, Hen. (d. by 1471), 198
-, Hen. (d. 1488), 198
-, Marg., see Walden
-, Thos., 198

Langton:
-, Sim., 78
-, Steph. de, 5, 10
-, Wal., rector of W. Thurrock, later bp. of Lichfield, 5, 59, 71

Lapryn, Wm., rector of Aveley, 13

Larkins:
-, Geo. Thos., 109
-, Jn. W., 99, 102, 109

Larkins, W., 236

Latham:
-, Audrey, w. of Ralph, m. 2 Sir Gabriel Poyntz, 28
-, Dan., rector of Stifford, 33
-, Eliz., 34
-, Ralph (d. 1568), 28
-, Ralph (fl. 1621), 33
-, Rob., 28
-, Thos. (d. 1563), 28
-, Thos. (fl. 1640), 28
-, Thos. (fl. 1706), 28
-, Thomasyn, see Ardale
-, Wm., 28

Latreille, Geo. Birkett, 145, 149

Latter Day Saints, 156

Latton, Ralph of, 188

Latton, 154, 186–95, 187
-, agric., 191–2
-, almshos., 193
-, assembly rooms, 188
-, barns and stables, 190
-, boundaries, 131, 186, 188, 209
-, butts, 187
-, cage, 193
-, canon, see Gaddesden
-, chantries, 193–4
-, chaplain, see Ernold
-, chars., 148, 195
-, ch., 156, 186–9, 193–5, 195 n
-, clock tower, 187
-, commons, 186–8, 191–3
-, dom. bldgs., 151
-, Bush Fair Ho., 187, 192–3, pl. 41
-, chantry ho., 194
-, Cooks, 192
-, Coppins (Purfoots), 187
-, estate cotts., 187
-, Latton Hall, 186, 189
-, lodge, 187
-, Mark Hall, 157, 186–7, 189–90
-, Pot (Potkiln) Ho., 192
-, Potters, 187, 192
-, Priory Fm., 190–1
-, round house, 187
-, Rundells, 187–8
-, Vic., 193
-, earthwork, 187
-, eccl. par., 155–6, 193
-, econ. hist., 191–2
-, educ., 190, 195, 212
-, fair, 187, 192, pl. 41
-, fms., 192
-, Bromley, 192
-, glebe, 192
-, Hermits, 192
-, Latton Hall, 192
-, Latton Mill, 192
-, Mark Hall, 192
-, Priory, 190, 192
-, Purfoots, 192
-, Rundells, 192
-, field names, 191–3, 195
-, fields, open, 191
-, fires, 190, 194
-, inc., 191
-, Latton Street, 186–7, 192
-, loc. govt., 192–3
-, mans, and the priory estate, 188– 91
-, Latton (Latton Hall, Latton Tany), 135, 186, 188–93
-, Mark Hall (Latton Merk), 186–95, 216, 218, 224
-, Priory, 189–90
-, marshes, 191
-, mill, 187, 192
-, moat, 190, 193
-, pks., 187, 189–92
-, poor relief, 193
-, poorhos., 193
-, pop., 186
-, potteries, 186, 192
-, priests, see Anfred; Roger
-, priory, 186–93
-, Prot. nonconf., 195
-, pub. hos., 187
-, Bull and Horseshoes, 187–8
-, Bush Fair Ho., 187
-, Sun and Whalebone, 187
-, Purfoots (Purfotts, Purford, Puffers) Green, 186–7, 192–3, 195
-, rly., 188
-, rectors, 194 and see Simon; Walter
-, rect., 193
-, riv. and canal, 186–8
-, roads, 187–8, 195
-, Rom. Cathm., 145–6, 189–90, 194
-, Rom. rems., 186, 194
-, sport, 187–8
-, stream, 186
-, tradesmen, 195
-, vic., 193
-, vicars and curates, 194–5
-, and see Arkwright, Jos.; Arkwright, Julius; Denne, Thos. (d. c. 1640); Denne, Thos. (d. 1680); Gaddesden; Oliver, A.; Overe; White, J. O.
-, war damage, 194
-, warren, 192
-, whipping post, 193
-, woods, 186, 191
-, worthies, 188
-, and see Stanegrove Hill

Laurence:
-, Joan, 216
-, Thos. (d. 1522), 212, 216

Laver:
-, Bart. of, 198 his ?w., see Emma
-, Eustace of, 198

Laver, High (Muchegros), 131, 134, 158, 197–8, 201, 206; and see Otes
-, rector of, see Lowe

Laver, Little, 146, 158, 198, 201–2, 206

Laver, Magdalen, 131, 140, 146, 182

Lawn Hall, in Great Waltham, 8 n

Lawrence, Wal., Trading Ltd., 242, 246

Lay, Jn. Ward, vicar of Roydon, 240

Layer Marney Towers, 81

Lea, riv., 69, 110, 227, 229, 235–6

Lea and Stort Cruises Ltd., 128

Lea Hall, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

leather, mfr. of, 96, 175–6, 210, 236

Lee:
-, Ernest, 88, 102
-, Gilb., 6
-, Iseult, see Belhus
-, Jn. de la, 169
-, Ric. de la, 169
-, fam., 169

Lee Chapel (East Lee), 62

Lee Conservancy, 229, 242

Lee Valley regional park, 231

Lee Valley Water Co., 154

Leech, Jn., 82

Lefsi (?Lisois de Moustiers), 136

Legerton, Wal., 104–5

Leicester, Wal. of, chaplain of Housham Hall, in Matching, 200

Leighs, Little, priory of, 204

Lemon &Co., 97

Lenham:
-, Jn. de, and his w. Marg., 28
-, Ric. de, and his w. Margery, 28

Lennard:
-, Ric., see Barrett
-, and see Barrett-Lennard

Lenthal:
-, Edm., 200
-, Marg., see FitzAlan
-, Sir Roland, 200

Lescher:
-, Jos., 83
-, Jos. F., 83, 103
-, Jos. S., 83, 103
-, fam., 79

Lesnes (Kent), abbey of, 13–14

Lethbridge, Elford C., vicar of W. Thurrock, 71

Leventhorpe:
-, Joan, w. of Wm., m. 2 Geof. Jennings, 171
-, Jn., 246
-, Nic., 170–1
-, Wm., 171
-, fam., 246

Leverton, Thos., 83

Leveson:
-, Christine, 64
-, Denise, see Bradbury
-, Fran., 64
-, Sir Jn., 33, 63–4
-, Nic., 63
-, Sir Ric., 64

Lewes (Suss.), priory of, 9

Lewin (fl. 1086), 7

Lewis:
-, Jn. H., vicar of Childerditch, 23
-, Sarah, 137
-, Sus., 137

Lewty, Jn., 16

Leyton, see Ruckholt

libraries, 4, 18, 27, 39, 43–4, 48–9, 94, 96, 100, 107, 151–2, 155, 182, 186, 231

Lichfield, bp. of, see Langton, W.

Liddell, G., 169

lighthouse, 58

Lime Co., 66

Limehouse (Lond.), 210

Limesy, Ralph de, 165

Lincoln:
-, Adam of, 77
-, Wm., rector of Great Hallingbury, bp. of Dunkeld, 123

Lincolnshire, 105

Lindsell:
-, Jn., 201
-, Thos., 202
-, fam., 201

Lion Cement Co., 31, 65–6

Lisle, de, fam., 136

Lisson Green, in Marylebone (Mdx.), 18

Little, And., 246

London:
-, Adam of, 217
-, Geof. of, 217
-, Hen. of, ?canon of St. Paul's (Lond.), 130
-, Hen. s. of Hen. of, 130
-, Jn. of, 217
-, his ww. Eve and Kath., 217
-, Lucy of, 217

London, 66, 78, 91, 213
-, adcn. of, 180
-, bps. of, 13, 71, 82–3, 86, 100–1, 122, 204
-, and see Basset; Bonner; Braybrooke; Chishull; FitzNeal; Gravesend, R. and S.; Maurice; Ravis
-, ch., 14, 205
-, city of, 5
-, aldermen, 29, 35, 60
-, recorder, 7–8
-, sheriff, 189
-, solicitor, 28
-, coaches and carriers, 4, 25, 38, 93, 134, 163, 242
-, county council, 4, 6, 10, 27, 39, 48, 57, 80, 101
-, educ., 39, 95
-, ferries, 4, 25, 37, 45, 58
-, foxhunting club, 187
-, goods supplied to, 10, 43, 85, 142, 236
-, hosps., 100
-, hos. in (1086), 64
-, merchants and traders, 5, 7, 8, 30, 33, 42, 60–4, 68, 70, 83, 97, 105, 118, 128, 137, 148, 170–1, 176, 188, 221, 233, 236, 244
-, postal svces., 93
-, Prot. nonconf., 52, 73, 104
-, rlys., 59, 91–2, 110, 134, 152, 188, 208, 215, 224, 229
-, rehousing in Essex, 3–4, 6, 10, 27, 48, 57, 149, 151
-, residents, 23, 40, 50, 60, 62, 137, 139, 172, 207, 211, 217
-, rds., 3, 25, 37, 58, 74–5, 77, 90–1, 110, 115, 126, 134, 152, 161, 229, 242
-, Tower of, 40, 100, 235
-, and see Battersea; Blackwall; Bridewell Hosp.; Broderers' Company; Charterhouse; Chelsea; Christ's Hosp.; Clerkenwell; Covent Garden; Edmonton; Greater London Council; Gresham College; Hackney; Holborn; Limehouse; Middlesex; Mile End; Natural History Museum; New College; Newham; Poplar; Queen Mary College; St. Bartholomew's Hosp.; St. Paul's Cathedral; St. Thomas's Hosp.; Savoy Hosp.; Shoreditch; Southwark; Stepney; Surrey; Tottenham; Trinity House; Victoria and Albert Museum; Westminster; Whitechapel

London Co-operative Soc., 44–5

London and County Bank, 97

London Hospital, 100

London Institute of World Affairs, 231

London, Tilbury, and Southend Rly., 4, 11 n, 17, 25, 37–8, 44, 57–8, 68–9

Long:
-, Cecily, 60–1
-, Sir Jas. Tylney, Bt., 219
-, Jeremiah, 50
-, Magdalen, m. Rog. Sadler, 60–1, 68
-, Martha, m. Wm. Meredith, 60–1, 68
-, Nehemiah, vicar of Matching, 205
-, Rob., 60
-, fam., 50

Long Reach (Kent), 58, 67

Longbourn, Wm., 43

Longevill:
-, Beatrice of, see Hastings
-, Thos. de, 139

Longman Group, 151, 153

Longpont, Adam de, 181

Lorilleux and Bolton, 153

Loughton, 211, 224

Lounde, Nic., vicar of S. Weald, 90

Lovaine, Thos. de, and his w. Joan, 243

Lovel:
-, Alice, m. 1 Sir Wm. Parker, 2 Sir Edw. Howard, 117
-, Eleanor, see Morley
-, Hen., Ld. Morley, 117
-, Wm., Ld. Morley, 117
-, fam., 123

Lovell, Jas., 7

Lovetot:
-, Joan de, see Brinson
-, Sir Jn. de, 5

Lowe, Sam., rector of High Laver, 185

Lowndes:
-, Alan H. W., 166
-, G. A., 167
-, (formerly Clayton), Geo. Alan, 166
-, Thos., 166
-, Wm., 166, 169, 202
-, Wm. Selby, 166, 169, 171

Lucca, Elisha of, and his w. Joan, 217

Lucius II, Pope, 211

Lucy, Ric. de, 165

Ludlow, Jn., 50

Lukin:
-, Geof., 202
-, Hen., 206
-, Thos., 202
-, Wm., 202

Lushington:
-, Wm., 187, 190
-, fam., 195

Lutheran Church, 156

Luton, Sim. of, abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, 138

Luxford, Keith, Ltd., 246

Lydgate, Jn., poet, prior of Hatfield Broad Oak, 165

M

Mabbs:
-, Ann, 108
-, Sus., 108

Mace, Annie, 147

McLeod, Chas. Middleton, vicar of St. John the Baptist, Harlow, 149

Madells, in Epping, 111, 112

Magdalene College, Cambridge, 22

Maister:
-, Joan, see Church
-, Ric., 218, 221

Maldon, 93; and see Beeleigh

Malet, Gilb., 33

Mallory, Giles, 135

Malmayn:
-, Jn., 189
-, Margery, see Waleys

maltings, 93, 96, 121, 128, 135, 142, 203, 210, 242, 246, pl. 45

Manby:
-, Thos., 82
-, Sir Thos., 102
-, (later Colegrave), Wm., 82
-, fam., 82, 102–3

Mandeville:
-, Geof. de (fl. 1086), 80, 126, 170–1, 198, 202
-, Geof. de, earl of Essex (d. 1144), 165
-, fam., 8
-, honor of, 170

Manistrie fam., 236

Manning, Jn., 240

Manuden, 170

Manyware, Jn., 6

Manywares, see Aveley, mans.

Marcy:
-, Grizel de, m. Humph. Barrington, 171
-, Ralph de (fl. 1086), 171
-, Ralph de (fl. c. 1150), 171
-, Wm. de, 171
-, fam., 171

Mardyke, riv., 1, 3, 11, 17, 21, 24–5, 29, 57–8, 64–5, 68–9

Mare:
-, Jn. de la (fl. 1236), 224
-, Jn. de la (fl. 1252), 224–5
-, Jn. de la (fl. 1303), 224
-, Rob. de la, 224–5

Marescall, Anketil, 79

Margaret, dau. of Wm. 8. of Ric., m. Ric. de Tany, 188

Marine Society, 39

Mark Hall, see Latton, mans.

Mark Hall Estates Co., 190

market gardens, 31, 85

market houses, 42, 47, 52

markets, 8, 10–11, 42, 46, 66, 74, 90–1, 96–7, 142, 154, 158–9, 175–6

Marlborough, dchss. of, see Churchill

Marley Tile (Aveley) Co. Ltd., 11

Marsh, Jn., 201

Marshal:
-, Hawise, m. Rob. Morley, Ld. Morley (d. 1360), 117
-, Jn., Ld. Marshal, 117

Marshall:
-, Cath., see Langley
-, Eleanor, m. Hen. Cutt, 198
-, Jn., 198
-, Mary, m. Jn. Cutt, 198–9

Martel, Geof., 126

martello towers, 43

Martin:
-, Anne, see Feake
-, Cuthbert, 208
-, Mary, see Crosse
-, (formerly Blucke), Mat. (d. 1766), 208
-, Mat. (fl. 1766), 208, 211
-, Phil., 243
-, Ric., 128
-, Steph., 108
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1618), 208–9
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1679), 208
-, Wm. (d. 1717), 208–9, 212, 222
-, fam., 209

Martyrs Memorial trust, 22

Mary I, 62, 80–1, 232, 234

Mary, queen of Scots, 117

Mary Green (Ropers), see Weald, South, mans.

Marylebone (Mdx.), see Lisson Green

Mascallsbury, in White Roding, 139

Masham, Sir Wm., 199, 206

Massa, Jos., 108

Matcham, Frank, &Co., 39

Matching:
-, Ranulph of, 170
-, his s. Hugh (?de Arderne), 170

Matching, 168–70, 170 n, 196–206, 196, 218
-, agric., 202–3
-, airfield, 197
-, barn, 199
-, boundaries, 196–7, 201–3
-, brickmaking, 203
-, Carter's Green, 197, 202
-, chars., 206
-, ch., 197, 204–6, pl. 21
-, Collin's Cross, 197
-, commons, 202–3
-, conversation areas, 197
-, dean of, see Hugh
-, detached part, 196, 240
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Albion Ho., 197, 203
-, Brick Ho. (Bakers), 197, 203–4
-, Church Ho. (Lone Pine Cott.), 204–5
-, Homestead, 197
-, Housham Hall, 196, 200, pl. 42
-, Kingstons, 197
-, Lascelles, 197
-, Lascelles Lodge, 197
-, Limes, 197
-, Man. Ho., 197, 200
-, Matching Green, 197
-, Matching Hall, 197, 199, 205–6
-, Moat Ho., 197
-, Newman's End, 197
-, Old Ho., 197
-, pk. keeper's ho., 199
-, Parsonage Fm., 197
-, Parvills, 196–7
-, Parvills Fm., 201
-, Ployters, 197
-, Smallways Fm., 203
-, Stock Hall, 196–7, 201
-, Taggles, 197
-, Upper Hall, 197
-, Vic., 197, 204–5
-, Waterman's, 196, 202
-, dovecot, 199
-, econ. hist., 202–4
-, educ., 197, 206, pl. 22
-, fms., 203
-, Housham Hall, 200, 203
-, Parsonage, 203–4
-, Parvills, 201
-, field names, 200, 202–4
-, fields, open, 202
-, fire, 201
-, gas wks., 169, 203
-, Gunnetts Green, 196, 202
-, Housham chapel, 200
-, Housham Tye, 197, 200, 202
-, housing, 197
-, inc., 202
-, ind., 203
-, lake, 196
-, loc. govt., 204
-, mans., 198–202
-, Matching Hall, 165, 198, 200, 202–4
-, Ovesham (Housham Hall), 174, 198–200, 202–4, 244, pl. 42
-, Parvills Fm., 200–1
-, Stock Hall, 201, 203
-, Waterman's (Matching Green), 201–4
-, Marriage Feast room, 130, 197, 204–6, 205 n, pl. 21
-, Matching Green, 161, 196–7, 202–6
-, Matching Tye, 197, 202–4, 206
-, mills, 203
-, moats, 196–7, 199–202
-, Newman's End, 197, 200, 203–4, 206
-, nonconf., 206
-, pk., 199, 202
-, Peartree Green, 197, 202
-, poor relief, 204
-, poorho., 204
-, pop., 196, 202
-, postal svces., 197
-, pub. hos.:
-, Chequers, 197
-, Cock, 197, 204–5
-, Fox, 197, 204
-, Hare and Hounds, 197
-, rect., 202, 204
-, roads, 140, 161, 197, 204
-, saltpetre scheme, 203
-, sport, 197, 202
-, spring, 196
-, streams, 196
-, tradesman, 206
-, vic., 204–5
-, vicars and curates, 181 n, 205
-, and see Allen, J.; Dearling; Holmes; Horne; Houghton; Long, N.; Morgan, Jn. (d. 1733); Snell, R.; Stirling
-, was damage, 197, 206
-, Waterman's End, 201
-, woods, 199, 202
-, wkho., 204
-, worthies, 197

Matching Barns with Brent Hall, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

Matthews:
-, Fred. R., 137
-, Jn., 137
-, Jos., 206
-, Sam. P., 137

Maud, queen of William I, 18

Maud, Empress, 40

Maud, dau. of Thos., m. John, Ld. Botetourt, 18n

Mauger (fl. 1086), 8

Maule:
-, Christine de, 243, 245–6, 248
-, Pet. de, 243

Maurice, bp. of London, 28, 59, 82, 116

Maxwell, Rob., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 47, 50

May, Ric., and his w., 30

Mead, Wm., 179

Meade, Thos., 119

Mecca Ltd., 152

medicines, mfr. of, 153

Meeson:
-, Jn., 38, 43, 45
-, fam., 38

Meeson & Errington, 38, 43

Meeson & Hinton, 43, 66

Meeson, Ric., & Co., 43

Melbourne (Australia), bp. of, see Perry, C.

Merc, Maud de, 170

Merchant, Jas., 52

Meredith:
-, Martha, see Long
-, Wm., 60, 68

Merk:
-, Adelolf de, 188–9
-, And. de, 189
-, Gillian de, w. of Hen., m. 2 Ellis s. of Jn. of Colchester, 189
-, Hen. de (d. by 1234), and his w. Rose, 189
-, Hen. de (d. c. 1258), 189
-, Hen. de (d. 1270), 189
-, Hen. de (d. 1291), 189
-, Ralph de, 189
-, Rose de, m. Sir Geof. Dynaunt, 189

Mervyn, Wm., chaplain of Brentwood, 101

metals, mfr. of, 21, 44, 153, 236

Methodists, 15, 52–3, 72–3, 104–5, 146, 156, 212, 248

Metropolitan Asylums board, 39, 100

Metropolitan Railway Country Estates Co., 80

Michael, Jn., 28; and see Stifford, Mic. of

Michelsland (Mitchells), see Thurrock, West, mans.

Middlesex, earl of, see Cranfield

Middlesex, 70, 176; and see Blackwall; Covent Garden; Hackney; Holborn; Hoxton; Inner Temple; Isleworth; Lisson Green; Marylebone; Mile End; Poplar; Stepney; Westminster; Whitechapel

Middlesex and Essex turnpike trust, 75, 77, 91

Mildmay, Anne, see Harris

Mile End in Stepney (Mdx., later Lond.), 51, 70

Miles, Geo., 108

Miller:
-, Chas., vicar of Harlow, 144–5
-, Chas. Sanderson, vicar of Harlow, 144–5
-, Eliz., 147
-, F. R., 145
-, Sanderson, 7
-, fam., 145

Mills:
-, Esther, 244
-, Thos. (fl. 1817), 244
-, Thos. (d. by 1840), 244
-, Thos. (d. 1857), 244
-, Thos. Chas., 244
-, fam., 244

mills, 8, 10–11, 21–2, 31, 42, 65–6, 68–9, 85, 91, 96, 121, 125, 127–8, 131, 134, 136, 138, 140–1, 168, 175–6, 187, 192, 203, 207, 210, 223–6, 225–7, 229, 234–6, 242, 245–6, pls. 43, 44

Minors:
-, Ralph, 234
-, Wm., 234

Miryweder, Rog., 234

Mitchells (Michelsland), see Thurrock, West, mans.

moats, 4–5, 8, 20, 77–8, 116–17, 121–3, 137, 140, 164, 166, 168, 170–2, 190, 193, 196–7, 199–202, 218, 223–4, 232–3, 241–4, 248

Molton, Wm. of, and his w. Agnes, 201

monasteries, see Barking; Beeleigh; Bermondsey; Blackmore; Bury St. Edmunds; Caen; Coggeshall, Little; Colchester, St. Botolph; Colchester, St. John; Dunmow, Little; Hatfield Broad Oak; Knights Hospitallers; Knights Templars; Latton; Lesnes; Lewes; Leighs, Little; Panfield; Prittlewell; St. Mary Overy; St. Osyth; St. Valery; Savoy Hospital; Stratford; Waltham Holy Cross

Monkbury, see Hallingbury, Little, mans.

Monkhouse, Jas., 108

Monkswood, in Little, later Great Hallingbury, 113, 118, 124, 127, 176

Montagu, Vct., see Browne

Monteagle, Lds., see Parker

Montfitchet:
-, Margery de, 118
-, Ric. de (fl. 1219), 118
-, Ric. de (fl. 1260), 83, 176, 200
-, Ric. de (d. 1267), 198
-, Wm. de, 83, 118
-, fam., 198

Montfort, Hugh de, 28, 30, 62, 64

Montgomery:
-, Crisp, 63
-, Geo., 63

Montmorency, Hervey de, 216

Montresor, Jas. Gabriel, 69

Moor Hall, see Harlow Anc. Par., mans.

Moor Hall, in Rainham, 6

Moore:
-, Fran., 61, 68
-, Hen., 152
-, Jn. F., 182
-, Mary, see Petre
-, Wm., 61

Morant, Phil., historian, 4

Moraundi, Jordan, rector of Aveley, 14

More:
-, Jane, see Colte
-, Joan, see Taverner
-, Nic., 171
-, Sir Thos., 233

Morgan:
-, Geo., 149
-, Guy, 151
-, Hugh, 116, 126
-, Jn., vicar of Matching (d. 1733), 205
-, Jn. (fl. 1572), 127

Morice:
-, Jn. (fl. 1507), 232
-, Jn. (fl. 1540), 234, 238
-, Wm., 168

Morley:
-, Eleanor, m. Wm. Lovel, Ld. Morley, 117
-, Hawise, see Marshal
-, Rob. de (fl. 1346), 140
-, Rob., Ld. Morley (d. 1360), 117
-, Rob., Ld. Morley (d. 1442), 117
-, Thos., vicar of W. Thurrock, 72
-, fam., 117, 122
-, lds., see also Lovel; Parker

Mornington:
-, earl of, see Pole-Tylney-LongWellesley
-, fam., 239

Morris:
-, Jn., 60
-, Wm., 190

Morton:
-, Ralph, 183
-, fam., 183

Moss:
-, Fred., 96
-, Hen., 89
-, fam., 85

motorway (M 11), 110, 115, 126, 134, 142, 152, 242, pl. 3

Mountnessing, 77, 99

Moustiers, Lisois de, 136

Mowbray:
-, Eliz. de, dchss. of Norfolk, see FitzAlan
-, Jn. de, duke of Norfolk (d. 1461), 200
-, Jn. de, duke of Norfolk (d. 1476), 200

Moyne, Jn., 192

Mucegros:
-, Ric. de, 198
-, fam., 198

Mulberry (Moteburgh, Mudborrow) Green, in Harlow Ancient Parish, 112, 133, 149
-, dom. bldgs., 133
-, Mulberry Green Ho., 133
-, Hill Ho., 133
-, fair, 142
-, fire stn., 135
-, Green Man pub. ho., 133
-, Moot Hill (the Mount), 112, 133
-, rd., 134
-, Rom. Cathm., 146

Mumford:
-, Jn. (fl. 1612), 170
-, Jn. (fl. 1644), 170
-, Jn. (d. 1664), 170
-, Sarah, w. of Jn., m. 2 Edm. Davenport, 170

Munchensy, Warin de, 18

Munn, Thos., 96

murder, 5, 8, 60

Muschamp:
-, Agmondisham, 82
-, Wm. (fl. 1574), 82
-, Wm. (fl. 1626), 82
-, fam., 82

museums, 3, 7, 42, 49, 123, 155, 190, 212, 218

music, 4, 39–40, 95–6, 152, 181

N

naperer, Torrell the, 64

National Steam Car Co., 92

National Trust, 110, 113, 119–20, 127, 158, 161, 178

Natt, Ant., rector of Netteswell, 211– 12

Natural History Museum (Lond.), 3

nature reserve, 155

Navestock, 75, 99, 104

Naylor:
-, Jn., 121
-, Joshua, 218
-, Wm., 121

Nazeing, 11, 158, 215, 227, 233, 235
-, educ., 240
-, vicar, see Arnold, C.
-, and see Profits Hall

Negro servants, 225, 227

Nether Hall, see Roydon, mans.

Netteswell, Thos. of, 209

Netteswell, 156, 206–13, 207, 217
-, agric., 209–10
-, allotments, 213
-, assarting, 209
-, barns, 209, 212
-, boundaries, 206, 209, 217, 223
-, bridge, 207
-, Burnt Mill, 152, 207–8, 210, 212, 222
-, chaplain, 211
-, chars., 148, 212–13
-, ch., 156, 207, 208 n, 211–12, pl. 29
-, coach svces., 208
-, commons, 207–10, 213
-, dom. bldgs., 151, 209
-, Hill Ho. Fm., 208
-, Hoppits, 208
-, dom. bldgs. (cont.):
-, Jean's Yardling (Tye Green Fm.), 208
-, lock-keeper's cott., 207
-, Marshgate Fm. (Redmells), 207–8
-, millho., 207
-, Netteswell Hall, 154, 207, 209
-, Netteswell (Tanyard, Tannery) Ho., 154, 210
-, Netteswellbury Fm., 209
-, Oak End, 208
-, Orchard Cott., 208
-, Rect., 211
-, Spurriers, 207
-, eccl. par., 155–6, 212, 222
-, econ. hist., 209–10
-, educ., 147, 212, 222
-, elec., 208
-, fms., 209–10
-, Goldings (Goldsmiths, Yorks, Scotts), 210
-, Hill Ho., 210
-, Marshgate, 209
-, Netteswellbury, 209–10
-, Old Ho. (Mangers), 209–10
-, Riddings, 210
-, field names, 208–9
-, fields, open, 209
-, gallows, 210
-, housing, 207
-, inc., 209, 213
-, ind., 207, 210
-, loc. govt., 206, 210–11
-, marshes, 209
-, mills, 207, 210, 225–6
-, Netteswell Cross, 156, 207–10, 212
-, Netteswellbury man., 208–12, 225
-, nonconf., 156, 212, 222
-, nonconf., 156, 212, 222
-, poorhos., 210–12, 226
-, pop., 207
-, postal svces., 208
-, pub. hos.:
-, Chequers, 208
-, white Horse (Hare and Hounds, Greyhound), 208
-, rly., 152, 208
-, rect., 208, 211, 226
-, rectors and curates, 211
-, and see Carlile; Cramphorne, T.; Denne, Thos. (d. c. 1640); Fisher; Hales, E.; Johnson, P.; Kent, A.; Natt; Saxton; Wake
-, riv. and canal, 206–8, 210
-, roads, 207, 223
-, sewerage, 208
-, tradesmen, 210, 212
-, Tye Green, 207–12
-, water, 208
-, woods, 207

Neville:
-, Geo., Ld. Abergavenny, 200
-, Hugh de, 126
-, Jn. de (d. 1282), and his w. Marg., 126
-, Jn. de, Ld. Neville (d. 1335), 126
-, Jn. de, Ld. Neville (d. 1358), and his w. Alice, 126
-, Rob., rector of Lt. Hallingbury and vicar of Henham, 130
-, fam., 126

New College (Lond.), 15

New College, Oxford, 170

New Hall, see Harlow Anc. Par., mans.

Newburgh, Ld. Barrett of, see Barrett, E.

Newfoundland (Canada), Memorial university, 135

Newham, London boro. of, 27

Newman:
-, Jn., vicar of Childerditch and of Witham, 23–4
-, Mat., 50
-, Thos., 50
-, Wm. (d. 1602), 144, 148
-, Wm. (fl. 1630), 240
-, Wm. (d. c. 1835), 108

Newmarket (Cambs.), 133–4

Newport, Jn., 40

Newport, 178 n

Newsom, Sir Jn., 154

newspapers, 95

Newton, Jn., 103

Nichols, D. Cubitt, 23

Nicholson, Sir Chas., 51

Nicoll:
-, Ric., 217
-, Thos., 217

Niel, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Noak Hill, in Romford, 88

Noble, Edw., 28–9

Nockolds, Mr., 137

Noke:
-, Harry, 16, 74
-, Rob. (fl. 1529), vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak, 181
-, Rob. (fl. 1564), 169
-, Thos., 169, 181

Noke, in Wennington, 6, 8

nonconformity, Protestant, see Assemblies of God; Baptists; Brethren; Christadelphians; Christian Scientists; Congregationalists; Elim; Evangelical; Free Churches; Friends; Jehovah's Witnesses; Latter Day Saints; Lutheran; Methodists; Presbyterians; Salvation Army; Spiritualists; United Reformed

Norfolk:
-, dchss. of, see FitzAlan
-, dukes of, see Mowbray

Norfolk, 6, 248; and see Attleborough; Norwich; Watton

Norris:
-, Fran., Ld. Norris, 234
-, Thos. Fran., 109

North:
-, Edw., Ld. North, 8
-, Sir Fran., later Ld. Guilford (d. 1685), 136
-, Fran., Ld. Guilford (d. 1729), 136, 144
-, Fran., Ld. North and Guilford, later earl of Guilford (d. 1790), 136
-, Fred., Ld. North, earl of Guilford (d. 1792), Prime Minister 136
-, Fred., earl of Guilford (d. 1827), 136
-, Geo. Augustus, earl of Guilford, 136
-, Lady Georgiana, 136
-, Maria, m. Jn. Crichton-Stuart, marquess of Bute, 136
-, Lady Sus., later Baroness North, 136
-, (formerly Doyle), Wm., 136, 143

Northampton:
-, earl of, see Bohun, W.
-, marq. of, see Parr, Sir W.

Northampton, bp. of, see Amherst, F. K.

Northern and Eastern Rly., 115, 125–6, 134, 188, 208, 215, 224, 227, 229, 232, 235, 241–2, pl. 46

Northfleet (Kent), 16

Northumberland Fusiliers, 69

Northwold, Jn. of, abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, 138

Norton:
-, Alf., rector of Wennington, 74
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Belhus, 6
-, Ric., 6

Nortons, see Aveley, mans.

Norway, see Stavanger

Norwich (Norf.), 93, 134

Notley, Black, 63, 201

Nottingham, earl of, see Finch, D.

Nuffield Provincial Hosps. trust, 155

Nunn:
-, Hannah, m. Ric. Glover, 218
-, Jonathan, and his w., 218

nursery gardens, 91, 120, 228, 236, 246

nuttery, 141

O

Ockendon, Wm. of, 83

Ockendon, Bishop's, in Cranham, 82–3

Ockendon, North, 28

Ockendon, South, 3, 13, 24, 28, 84
-, ch., 15, 71
-, hosp., 38
-, ind., 66
-, loc. govt., 70
-, L.C.C. housing, 4, 10, 15
-, mans., 8, 29, 31, 33, 80
-, Prot. nonconf., 15, 52
-, rly., 4, 25, 58
-, Rom. Cathm., 15
-, sch., 16
-, wkho., 32

Odo, bp. of Bayeux, 4, 8, 28, 40, 59, 62, 64

Odo (tenant, fl. 1086), 233

Offens, — (fl. 18th cent.), 17

Offin:
-, Jn., 106
-, Wm., 96
-, fam., 96

oil and petroleum, 67

Oliver:
-, Austin, vicar of Latton, 194
-, fam., 175

Ongar, Alex. of, 88

Ongar, Chipping, 77, 86, 90, 161, 197, 204–5
-, mail cart, 93
-, man., 165

Ongar, High, 202

Ongar, hund., 112, 143

Ordnance, Bd. of, 3, 58, 69

Organ:
-, Jn., 233
-, Thos., 233

Organe, Sam., 248

Orgar (fl. 1066), 18

Ormond, Thos., see Butler

Ormond, earl of, see Butler, T.

Orsett, 25, 28–9, 58

Orsett poor law union, 13, 32, 47, 70

Orsett rural district, 13, 48–9, 70

Osbaldeston:
-, Rob., rector of Gt. Parndon, 222
-, Wm., rector of Gt. Parndon and of E. Hanningfield, 221–2

Osbern (fl. 1086), 19

osier-growing, 30, 65, 128, 174, 235, 246

Osborne, Jn., 49

Osmund the Angevin, 118, 165

Oswald, Hen. M., rector of Gt. Hallingbury, 123

Otburville, Rog. de, 116

Otes son of Thos., 18 n

Otes the goldsmith, 18
-, his s. Wm., 18
-, his fam., 18

Otes, in High Laver, 111, 170, 198–9, 202, 206

Otway, Geo., vicar of S. Weald, 87

Overall, Chas., 73

Overe, Rog. de, vicar of Latton, 194

Overend, Gurney & Co., 44

Overhall, in Gilston (Herts.), 193

Ovesham, see Matching, mans.

Owen:
-, Sir Rog., 60
-, Thos., judge, 60
-, Wm., 60

Oxford, earls of, 198; and see Harley; Vere

Oxford, 71
-, bp. and dean of, see Fell
-, and see Cardinal College; Christ Church; New College; Pembroke College

Oxfordshire, see Shotover Park
-, sheriff of, see Fermbaud

P

P.D. Oil and Chemical Storage, 67

packer, Jn. the, see John

Padfield, Stuart, 127

Page, Sam., 124, 131

paint, mfr. of, 128

Pakenham, Rob., 232

Paktank Storage Co., 67

Palin, Wm., rector of Stifford, 25, 27, 30, 33

Palmer:
-, Ashley, 40
-, Edw., 40
-, Jn., 23
-, Joshua, 40
-, Ric., 199
-, Wm., 40–3, 51, 56
-, fam., 239

Panfield, priory of, 13

paper and packaging, mfr. of, 44, 67, 153

Papillon, David, 82
-, his son, 82

Papworth, J. B., 78

Paris Hall, in North Weald Bassett, 138

parishes, detached parts of, 19, 24, 28, 90, 131, 135, 156, 188, 196, 213, 223, 226, 240

Parker:
-, Alice, see Lovel
-, Anne, 183
-, Chas., 122
-, Edw., Ld. Morley, 117, 119, 175, 177
-, Edw. R., 38, 47–8
-, Fran., vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak, 181
-, Hen., Ld. Morley (d. 1556), 117, 122–3, 126, 189–90
-, Hen., Ld. Morley (d. 1577), 117, 189
-, Hen., Ld. Morley and Monteagle (d. 1655), 117, 175, 177
-, Jn., 102
-, Martha, w. of Sir Thos., 78
-, Martha, m. Sir Jn. Jervis, later Admiral the earl of St. Vincent, 78
-, Thos. (fl. 1541), 122
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1784), 78, 80
-, Thos., Ld. Morley and Monteagle (fl. 1655), 117
-, Sir Wm. (d. by 1518), 117
-, Wm., Ld. Morley and Monteagle (d. 1622), 117, 124, 175, 177
-, fam., 120, 123–4

Parkin, Tom, 158

parks, manorial, 5, 8–10, 78, 84, 113, 115, 119–20, 127, 135, 141, 161, 166–7, 173–4, 177, 187, 189–92, 199, 202, 223, 225–6, 235, 243

parks and playing fields, public, 31, 41, 48–9, 99, 151–2, 155, 208, 223, 231, 242

Parlby, Marg., 89

Parndon:
-, Ambrose of Little, 223 n, 224
-, Picot of, 216
-, Rob. of, 224–5
-, Rob. s. of Rog. of, 216, 219
-, Thos. of, 216

Parndon, Great, 144, 156, 213–23, 214, 232
-, abbey, 216
-, agric., 219–20
-, almsho. (poorho.), 220–1
-, assarting, 216, 219, 221
-, barn, 216, 219
-, boundaries, 213, 217, 223
-, brickmaking, 220
-, bridges, 215
-, bus svces., 215
-, chapels, 216–17, 221
-, chars., 222–3
-, ch., 156, 213, 221–2
-, commons, 213, 215, 218–20
-, detached part, 213, 223, 226
-, dom. bldgs., 151
-, Canons, 213, 215–16
-, Gerounds, 213, 216–17
-, Hare Street Fm., 213
-, Katherines, 213, 217
-, Kingsmoor Ho., 213, 215, 222
-, Linford End, 213
-, Little Canons, 219
-, Paringdon Rd., 213
-, Passmores, 155, 213, 218
-, Rect., 221
-, Sherards, 221
-, Stewards, 213, 219
-, Sumners Fm., 213, 218
-, Taylifers, 213, 219
-, Toddbrook Ho. (Oldhouse Fm.), 213
-, eccl. par., 155–6, 222
-, econ. hist., 219–20
-, educ., 147, 222
-, fair, 215
-, fms., 217, 219–20
-, Canons, 216, 220
-, Katherines (Church), 217
-, Little Canons, 218–19
-, Stewards, 213, 219
-, Sumners, 217–18
-, Todd Brook, 216, 220
-, field names, 219, 221–2
-, fields, open, 219
-, fire, 219
-, graveldigging, 219–20
-, Hare Street, 213, 215, 222–3
-, inc., 213, 216, 219–20
-, Linford End (Endway), 213, 215, 220, 223
-, loc. govt., 220–1, 226
-, mans. and other estates, 215–19
-, Canons, 190, 215–16, 219, 221
-, Dunstalls, 234
-, Gerounds, 215–17, 219, 221
-, Great Parndon, 215–17, 219–21
-, Katherines, 215–17, 219, 221
-, Maunds Esgors, 234
-, Passmores, 190, 215, 217–18, 221
-, Sumners, 218, 221
-, Taylifers and Stewards, 215–19, 221
-, moat, 218
-, nonconf., 156, 212, 222
-, Parndon (Cock) Green, 213, 215, pl. 23
-, pond, 218
-, poor relief, 220–2, 226 n
-, pop., 213
-, postal svces., 215
-, prehist. rems., 213
-, pub. hos., 220
-, Cock, 215, pl. 23
-, Hare, 215
-, Three Horseshoes, 215
-, rly., 215
-, reading room, 222
-, rectors and curates, 220–2, 226
-, and see Adams, H. W.; Cary; Dyde; Dyke; Fowler, Rob.; Johnson, J.; Osbaldeston, R.; Osbaldeston, W.; Platt; Sims, B.
-, rect., 216, 221
-, riv., 213, 219
-, roads, 215, 223
-, Rom. rems., 213
-, streams, 213, 215, 217
-, tradesmen, 220–1
-, war damage, 221
-, woods, 213, 219, 225
-, wkho., 220–1
-, worthies, 215

Parndon, Little, 214, 218, 223–7
-, agric., 225
-, assarting, 225
-, boundaries, 223
-, char., 223, 227
-, ch., 155, 221, 223, 226–7
-, commons, 223, 225
-, detached part, 156, 223
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Fosters Fm. (Barrows), 223
-, mill ho., 226
-, Parndon Hall, 223–5, pl. 9
-, Parndon Hall Fm., 213, 224–5
-, Rect., 226
-, Upper (Parndon) Ho., 223–5, 227
-, dovecot, 225
-, earthworks, 223
-, eccl. par., 155–6, 222, 226
-, econ. hist., 225–6
-, educ., 227
-, fms.:
-, Dorringtons, 223, 225
-, Fosters, 223
-, Parndon Hall, 223
-, fishpond, 224 n
-, housing, 224
-, inc., 225
-, lakes, 225
-, loc. govt., 226
-, man., 190, 224–6
-, marshes, 225
-, mill, 223–6
-, moats, 223–4
-, pks., 223, 225–6
-, poor relief, 226
-, pop., 213, 223, 225
-, rly., 224
-, rectors and curates, 226 and see Hemming, G.; Parson, J.; Wooton
-, rect., 226
-, riv. and canal, 223, 225
-, roads, 223–4
-, Rom. Cathm., 227
-, 'ruins', 225
-, 'temple', 225
-, wood, 225
-, worthies, 224

Parr:
-, Anne, see Bourchier
-, Sam., 130
-, Sir Wm., marq. of Northampton, and earl of Essex, 126

Parre:
-, Joan, see Colte
-, Sir Wm., 224

Parris:
-, Geo., 244
-, Jane, 200
-, Ric., 200
-, fam., 244

Parson:
-, Edw., 224–7
-, Jas., rector of Lt. Parndon, 226
-, fam., 227

Parvills Farm, see Matching, Mans.

Passemer son of Wm., 217

Passemer:
-, Ric., 217
-, Wm. (fl. 1263), 215
-, Wm. (fl. 1406), 218
-, fam., 217

Passmores, see Parndon, Great, mans.

Patching, in Broomfield, 8 n

Paterson, Thos., 244

Pattrick, Geo., vicar of Aveley and curate of Wennington, 14

Pavitt:
-, Caroline, see Poole
-, Geo., 128
-, Jas., 128
-, Pet., 246
-, Wm., 199
-, fam., 128

Payne:
-, Amos, 218
-, Sam., rector of Sheering, 247–8

Pead, Duel, vicar of Aveley, curate of West Thurrock and of Wennington, 14

Pebmarsh, 170

Peckitt, Wm., 7

peculiar, ecclesiastical, 71

Peculiar People, see Evangelical

pedestrian precincts, 39, 42, 48, 94–5, 97, 151, 153–4, pl. 48

Pelly:
-, Justinian, 130
-, fam., 125

Pemberton, Stanley, rector of Lt. Hallingbury, 130

Pembroke, earls of, see Clare; Hastings; Valence

Pembroke College, Oxford, 50

Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co., 39

Perchehay, Ralph, rector of Stifford, 34

Percival, Wal., 181

Percy, Thos., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 47

Pereville:
-, Agnes de, 201
-, Jn. de, 201
-, Wm. de, 201
-, fam., 201

Perkins, Bernard J., 154

Perrings Ltd., 44

Perry:
-, Chas., bp. of Melbourne (Australia), 135
-, Jn. (d. 1810), 139, 149
-, Jn. (d. 1824), 139, 147
-, Jn. Watlington, see PerryWatlington
-, Phil., 139
-, Thos., 139
-, Mrs., 11
-, fam., 139

Perry-Watlington:
-, (formerly Perry), Jn. Watlington, 133, 135–6, 139–40, 144–5, 147–8
-, Marg., 136, 140
-, fam., 139, 147
-, and see Watlington

Peryent, Sir Jn., 194

Peter son of Alewin, 189

Peter son of Wm., 171

Peter, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Petre:
-, Edwd., 202
-, Fred., 79
-, Hen., and his w. Anne, 61
-, Mary, ?m. Fran. Moore, 61
-, Rob. Edw., Ld. Petre, 19, 22
-, Sir Wm., 61, 202
-, Wm., Ld. Petre (d. 1637), 61, 202
-, Wm., Ld. Petre (d. 1850), 103
-, Wm., Ld. Petre (d. 1884), 103
-, Wm. B., Ld. Petre, 23
-, Wm. H. F., Ld. Petre, 19–20, 23–4
-, fam., 22–3, 61, 79, 102

Petty:
-, David, 244
-, Eliz., m. Geo. Carpenter, later Ld. Carpenter, 244

Pevere, Wm., 63

Peverel:
-, Wm., 40–1, 59
-, fam., 40

Peverel of Dover, honor of, 28

Phelips:
-, Chas. (d. 1834), 208–9, 211
-, Chas. (d. 1869), 209
-, Chas. J., 209
-, Mary, see Blackmore

Philadelphia (Penn., U.S.A.), Museum of Art, 7

Philip son of Wm., 171

Philip, Thos., 46

Philippa (of Hainault), queen of Edw. III, 139

Phillips, Anne, 130

Phipps, Rob., 83

photographic equipment, mfr. of, 210

Pickays:
-, Agmondisham, 82
-, fam., 82

Pickburne, Jas., 104

Picot, Wm., 216
-, his dau. Benet, 216

Pierce Williams, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

Piggott, Ric., 28

pilgrim ways, 25, 58, 77, 90, 101

Pilgrims Hatch, in South Weald, 75
-, char., 90
-, common, 84
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Bishop's Hall, 83
-, Pilgrims Hall (Fellowship Ho.), 78–9, 82, 89, 103, 105
-, educ., 89
-, growth, 75
-, housing, 75, 85
-, Bishop's Hall, 75, 88–9
-, Danes Way, 75, 88
-, nonconf., 15, 103–5
-, place name, 77, 84, 90
-, pub. hos.:
-, Black Horse, 79
-, Rose and Crown, 79
-, roads, 75, 77
-, worthy, 80

pillory, 12, 179, 235, 237

Pilton, Jn., 218

Pink, Mrs., 218

Piper, Jn., 155

Pirot, Hen., 138

Pishiobury, in Sawbridgeworth (Herts.), 172, 243

Pitney-Bowes Inc. U.S.A., 153

Pitsea, 17, 45

Plaiz:
-, Jn. de, 200
-, Marg. de, 200
-, Ric. de, 200–1
-, fam., 200

Plaiz, in West Ham, 200

plastics, mfr. of, 44, 67

Platt, Noel, rector of Gt. Parndon, 221

Playtere, Maurice le, 197

plots:
-, Gunpowder (1605), 38, 124
-, 'Popish' (1678), 80

Plumstead (Kent), 12

Pointel, Terry, 59

Pole:
-, Cath. de la, see Grey
-, Eliz. de la, see Bradeston
-, Sir Wal. de la, 5
-, Ld. Wm. de la, 40

Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley, Wm., earl of Mornington, 216, 221, 232

Pomfrett:
-, Geo., 102
-, fam., 102

Pond fam., 3

Poole:
-, Anne, m. 2 Sir Jn. Ramsden, 3 Wm. Childers, 244
-, Caroline, m. Wm. Pavitt, 199
-, Eliz., m. Cornelius Berry, 199
-, Hannah, m. Benj. Gaffee, 199
-, Jn., 244
-, Thos., and his w. Sarah, 199
-, Thos., see Theobald
-, W. S., 137

Pooley, Wm., 138

poorhouses, see Childerditch; Latton; Matching; Netteswell; Parndon, Great; Sheering; Stifford; Thurrock, Grays; Thurrock, West

Poplar (Mdx., later Lond.), see Blackwall

Poplar (Mdx., later Lond.), poor law union, 39

Porson, Ric., 130

Portland, earl of, see Weston, Sir R.

Portugal, priest from, 78, 82, 103

Poscener, Guy de, 165

potash, mfr. of, 203–4

Potkin, Heiron, rector of Stifford, 33

potter, Cok the, see Cok

Potter:
-, Mary Isab., 186
-, Thos., 163
-, Mr., 'minister' of Aveley, 14n

Potter Street, in Harlow Ancient Parish,
-, 131, 133
-, char., 149
-, cricket club, 135
-, dom. bldgs., 133
-, educ., 147
-, nonconf., 146–7, 195, 222
-, potteries, 141–2
-, pub. hos., 133
-, King's Head, 134
-, Red Lion, 134
-, White Horse, 134
-, road, 134

potteries, 31, 141–2, 186, 192

pounds, manorial, 12, 97–8, 127–8, 238, 245

Powell:
-, Wm., rector of Lt. Warley, 103
-, and Sons, 34

Powell Duffryn Co., 67

Poyntz:
-, Audrey, see Latham
-, Sir Gabriel, 28

Prat, Jos., 70

Pratt, Anna Maria, m. Thos. BarrettLennard, Ld. Dacre, 7

prehistoric remains, 3, 25, 35, 57, 75, 110, 113, 117, 119, 125, 131, 158–9, 213, 227, 240–1

Presbyterians, 15, 23–4, 103–4, 156, 206

Prest:
-, Alice, w. of Jn. m. 2 Ric. Blackwell, 171
-, Fran., m. Wm. Braborne, 171
-, Jn. (d. 1546), 171

Preston:
-, Thos., (Harlow), printers, 153
-, W. R., 99

Price:
-, Denzill, rector of Stifford, 32
-, Martin, rector of Lt. Hallingbury and of Balsham (Cambs.), 130

Priestley:
-, Thos., 233
-, Wm., 233

Prim, Mr., 221

Prince, Jn., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 47

printing, 153

Prior:
-, And., 171
-, Jn.(fl. 1336), 171
-, Jn. (fl. 1507), 171
-, Mat., poet and diplomatist, 165, 168–9
-, Ric., 171
-, Thos., 139
-, fam., 171

Pritchett:
-, Chas., 130–1
-, G. E., 123, 130, 205, 248
-, Wm. D., 131
-, fam., 131

Prittlewell, priory of, 9

Proctor & Gamble Group, 59, 67

Profits Hall, in Nazeing, 234

Proudfoot:
-, Thos., 186
-, fam., 186

Puckeridge Hunt, 178

punishment, see burning; cages; ducking stools; gallows; gaols; pillory; reformatories; stocks; tumbrel; whipping posts

Purcel:
-, Edm., 118
-, Ralph, and his w., 118

Purfleet, in West Thurrock 1, 2, 57
-, barracks, 69
-, bridge, 58
-, canal schemes, 17, 58
-, cement wks., 66–7
-, chalk pits and quarries, 57–8, 64–7, 73
-, chs., 57, 72
-, cinematography, 57
-, clock tower, 69
-, commons, 65
-, dom, bldgs., 57, 69
-, Dipping, 57, 59, 72–3
-, High Ho. (West Hall, Le Vyneyard), 57–8
-, Jarrah Cotts., 57
-, Purfleet Ho., 59, 72
-, drainage, 69
-, educ., 16, 57, 73
-, fair, 66
-, ferries, 58
-, fire, 69
-, floods, 12, 67–8
-, growth, 57
-, harbour, 58
-, housing, 57, 69, 73–4
-, ind., 4, 58–9, 66–7, 73
-, lightho., 58
-, limekilns, 66
-, man., 5, 61, 63, 68–9
-, mkt., 66
-, marshes, 61, 68
-, mills, 65–6, 68–9
-, musketry camp, 69
-, nonconf., 52–3, 57, 72–3
-, oil storage, 67
-, postal svces., 58
-, powder magazines, 3, 11, 57–9, 65–6, 68–9, pl. 15
-, pub. gdns., 57, 66
-, pub. hos., 69
-, Bear, 59
-, Crown, 59
-, Lighter on the Ground, 59
-, Royal hotel (Bricklayers Arms, Purfleet Tavern), 59
-, quay, 69
-, rly., 4, 57, 58, 68–9
-, reformatory ships, 59
-, rifle range, 10
-, roads, 25, 35, 37, 57–8, 69
-, trade token, 66
-, urban district, 1, 13, 48, 57, 70
-, vineyard, 65
-, war damage, 73
-, wharfs and jetties, 58, 66–7
-, woods, 58, 65
-, worthy, 59

Purfleet Co., The, 66

Purfleet Deep Wharf and Storage Co., 67

Purfleet Wharf and Saw Mills Co., 57, 67

Pynings, Jas., 246

Q

Quadrant Glass Co., 153

Quantic Advertising, 225

Quare, Dan., and his w., 201

Queen Anne's Bounty, 101, 238

Queen Mary College, London, 78

Quennell, J. C., 100

Quickbury, see Sheering, mans.

Quinton:
-, Beatrice de, see Hastings
-, Sir Wm. de, 139

R

Radcliffe:
-, Eliz., see FitzWalter
-, Jn. (d. 1461), 232
-, Jn., Ld. FitzWalter (d. 1496), 232, 239
-, Rob., Ld. FitzWalter (fl. 1496), 232
-, Rob., earl of Sussex (d. 1629), 243
-, fam., 243

Radclyffe:
-, Chas., 224
-, Edw., Ld. Radclyffe, later earl of Derwentwater, 225
-, Jas., earl of Derwentwater, 224

railway stations, 151, 229, 236, pl. 46

railways, see British Rail; Eastern Counties; Great Eastern; London, Tilbury and Southend; Northern and Eastern

Raine, Mat., rector of Lt. Hallingbury, 130

Rainham, 3, 9, 12, 83
-, ch., 13
-, man., 5
-, poor relief, 12–13, 32, 47, 70
-, and see Berwick; Moor Hall; South Hall

Ralph (fl. 1086), 83

Ralph (? son of Niel), sheriff of Surrey, 18

Ralph son of Wal., 210

Rampston, Rowland, 222

Ramsden:
-, Anne, see Poole
-, Sir Jn., 244

Ramsden Bellhouse, 6

Ramsden Crays, see Cray's Hill

Ransome, Fred., 66

Ranulf (fl. 1086), 9

Ranulf, bro. of Ilger, 140, 215–17, 219, 232–3

Ranulf, Waleran s. of, see Waleran

rape, 189

Raphoe (Irel.), bp. of, see Huntington

Rathband, Wm., vicar of S. Weald, 87, 103

Ravenseft Properties Ltd., 39

Ravis, Thos., bp. of Lond., 14

Rawreth, see Battlesbridge

Rawson, Averey, 5

Rayleigh, 48
-, honor of, 7, 12, 19, 126

Raytheon Co. U.S.A., 153

Read, Edw., 30n

Reading:
-, Cath., see Hayes
-, Geo., 70
-, Thos., 70

Reardon, Eugene, 106

rebellions:
-, Geoffrey de Mandeville's (1144), 165
-, Jacobite (1715), 224
-, Northern (1569), 117
-, Peasants' (1381), 90
-, Perkin Warbeck's (1497), 232
-, Welsh (1400–6), 118
-, and see wars

Reddriche, Thos., vicar of Childerditch, 23

Rede:
-, Jn., 118
-, Ric., 118

Redgrave, Jn., 117

Redmell, Thos., 207 n

Ree, Wm. atte, 201

Rees, Wm., 199

Reeve:
-, Fran., 138, 144–5, 148
-, Jeremy, 23
-, Wiltshire, 138
-, fam., 138

reformatories, 27, 59, 83, 135

Regnart, Chas., 51

Remfry, Geo., 108

Repton, Humph., landscape gardener, 140

reservoirs, 4, 19, 49, 154

Revertex Chemicals, 153

Reynardson:
-, Sir Abraham, 137
-, Jacob, 137
-, Jos., 137

Reynolds, Ric., vicar of W. Thurrock, 71

Rich:
-, Chas., earl of Warwick, 112
-, Ric., Ld. Rich, 80, 165, 204
-, Rob., earl of Holland and Warwick, 19, 165, 175, 177
-, fam., 19

Richard I, 40, 112, 118, 126, 180

Richard II, 182,

Richard (fl. 1086), 140

Richard (?Guet), 199, 243–4

Richard son of Pet., 171, 174

Richard, see Simon s. of Ric.

Richard, Wm. s. of, see William

Richards, Wm. H., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 50

Richmond, ctss. of, see Stanley, M.

Rickett:
-, Jn., 210
-, Thos., 210

rifle range, 10

Riggs, Wm., 49

riots, 11, 100–1

Risden, Jn., 213, 219

Rise Marses, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

ritualism, 145

Rivers:
-, Marg. de, see FitzGerold
-, fam., 136

Rivers, Earls, see Woodville

roads, major, see motorway; Southend arterial; Stane Street; turnpike roads

robbery and theft, 13, 65, 96, 137

Roberd, Jn., 201

Robert, count of Eu, 59, 64, 70

Robertson, Jas., rector of Stifford, 32

Robinson, Thos. Jas., 35

Rochester, Ralf s. of Turold of, 28, 40

Rochester (Kent):
-, bps. of, 13, 86, 204
-, and see Horsley
-, cathedral priory, 33

Rochford, Pain of, 165

Rochford, 140

Rock Manufacturing Co., 44

Roden, earl of, see Jocelyn, R.

Roding:
-, Geof. of, 198
-, Maud of, m. Austin le Waleys, 189
-, Rob. s. of Sim. of, 137
-, Wm. of, 198

Roding, riv., 131

Roding, Abbess, 197, 201, 206

Roding, Aythorpe, see Keers

Roding, High, 161, 201–2, 244

Roding, White, 89, 139 n, 161, 169, 185, 201; and see Cammass Hall; Mascallsbury

Roe, Chas., 240 n

Roger, priest of Latton, 194

Roger (fl. 1086: three of the name), 198, 215, 224

Roger of Stifford, see Kentish

Rokesburgh, see Roxburgh

Rolf:
-, Meliora, see Winchester
-, Wm., 218

Roman remains, 3, 14, 25, 35, 57, 113, 123, 125, 130–1, 186, 194, 213, 227, 241, 248

Rome, pope of, 100; and see Celestine III; Lucius II

Romford, 3, 70
-, brewery, 78
-, coaches, 25, 38
-, crematorium, 49
-, fms., 85
-, nonconf., 53
-, poor relief, 86
-, postal svces., 38
-, rly., 4, 25, 38, 58, 93, 105
-, and see Gidea Park; Noak Hill

Romford parl, constituency, 41

Rookwood, Ld., see Selwin-Ibbetson

Roper:
-, Hen., 83
-, Jn., 82

Ropers, see Weald, South, mans.

Ros:
-, Emeline de, 118
-, Jordan de, rector of Harlow, 144
-, Ric. de, rector of Harlow, 144
-, Rog. de, 118
-, (or Taylor), Rog. de, 118
-, Thomasine de, m. Wm. of Rouen, 118

Rose:
-, Edm., 217
-, Gervase, abbot of Waltham, 212

Rothwell, Wm., 138–9

Rouen:
-, Thomasine of, see Ros
-, Wm. of, 118

Roundell, Jn., 139

Roxburgh (Rokesburgh):
-, Isab., 216
-, Wm. (fl. 1383). 216
-, Wm. (fl. 1412), 216
-, Wm. (fl. 1426), 189

Roxwell, see Boyton Hall

Royal Artillery, 69

Royal Engineers, 69

Royal Horse Guards, 29

Roydon, 227–40, 228, 230
-, agric., 234–7
-, allotments, 231
-, assarting, 219, 235
-, barn, 240
-, boundaries, 131, 227, 245
-, brickmaking, 236
-, bridges and ford, 229
-, cage, 229, 238
-, chars., 240
-, ch., 227, 238–40
-, clubs and socs., 231
-, coach svces., 229
-, commons, 229, 231, 235, 237
-, conservation area, 229
-, dom. bldgs., 231, 236
-, Allen's Row, 231
-, Baldwins, 234
-, Barry Cott., 231
-, Beaumont Hall, 228
-, Cambridge Ho., 231, 239 n
-, Church Ho., 239
-, Didgemere Hall, 228
-, Dower Ho., 231, 240
-, Down Hall, 233
-, Dowsett's Ho., 231, 238
-, High Street, 231
-, Kingsmead, 228, 237
-, Lightfoots, 231
-, Lovedayes, 240
-, Low Hill Rd., 228
-, Merryweathers, 234
-, Mount Pleasant (Fedsden), 228, 231–2
-, Mud Hall, 240
-, Nether Hall, 233, pl. 40
-, Nether Hall (Fm.), 233–4
-, New Barns Fm., 227
-, Old Bakery (Rushes Fm.), 231
-, Old Ho., 231
-, Plough Cott., 229
-, Rosedale Cott., 231
-, Roydon Bury, 228, 237
-, Roydon Hall, 227, 232
-, Roydon Lea, 239 n
-, Roydon (Stort) Lodge, 228–9, 231, 239 n
-, St. Anne's, 231
-, Skins Fm., 229, 231, 239
-, Temple Roydon (Temple Fm.), 227, 234
-, Vic., 238
-, Whitegates, 231
-, dovecots, 236
-, econ. hist., 234–7, 245
-, educ., 239–40
-, elec., 231
-, fairs, 231
-, fms.:
-, Down Hall, 233
-, East End, 236
-, Moors, 237
-, Old Ho., 236
-, Roydon Lea, 236
-, Skins (Skinners), 231, 236
-, Temple Roydon, 234, 236
-, field names, 235–6
-, fields, open, 235
-, fire, 236, 239
-, fisheries, 235
-, floods, 235
-, gallows and tumbrel, 237
-, gas, 231, 236
-, gravel digging, 234, 236
-, graveyard, 229, 239
-, Green, 229, 231, 238
-, growth, 227–9
-, Halls Green, 229, 234, 240
-, hay carters, 236
-, holiday homes, 229, 236
-, hop growing, 236
-, housing, 228–9, 236
-, inc., 229, 231, 235
-, ind., 236–7
-, Italian immigrants, 236
-, Lammas lands, 235
-, library, 231
-, lighting, 231
-, loc. govt., 237–8
-, mans, and other estates, 232–4
-, Baldwins, 215, 234
-, Down Hall, 232–3, 235–6
-, Merryweathers (Bedfords), 234, 236
-, Nether Hall, 140, 224, 232–6, 244
-, Reeves, 234
-, Roydon Hall, 229, 231, 232–8, 243
-, Spurlings, 234
-, Temple Roydon, 232, 234–8
-, Winchester College estate, 232, 234
-, mkt. cross, 228
-, marshes, 235, 238
-, mills, 227, 229, 234–6
-, moats, 232–3
-, nursery gdns., 236
-, offices, 237
-, osier growing, 235
-, par. council, 231, 235, 237–8
-, pk., 235
-, pillory, 237
-, playing field, 231
-, poor relief, 237–8
-, pop., 227, 234, 237
-, postal svces., 229
-, pound, 238
-, prehist. rems., 227
-, Prot. nonconf., 238–40
-, pub. hos., 237
-, Crusader (Temple), 229
-, New Inn, 229
-, Plough, 229
-, White Hart, 229
-, White Horse, 229
-, rly., 227, 229, 232, 235
-, rly. stn., 229, 236, pl. 46
-, rect., 234, 238
-, rector, see William (or Walter)
-, rivs. and canal, 227, 229, 235
-, roads, 187, 215, 223, 229
-, Rom. Cathm., 239
-, Rom. rems., 227
-, Roydon Cross, 227–9, 240
-, saffron growing, 236
-, sch. bd., 240
-, sewerage, 231
-, stocks and whipping post, 229, 238
-, streams, 227, 229
-, tradesmen, 236
-, Tylers Cross, 213, 227, 236
-, vic., 238
-, vicars and curates, 237–8
-, and see Arnold, C; Cawley; Day, W.; Kitchingman; Lay; Skingle, R.; Smith, B.; Wil– laston; Woking
-, village hall, 231
-, Vineyard (Vinegar hills), 236
-, warehos., 236
-, warren, 236
-, water, 231
-, woods, 234–5
-, wkho., 238
-, World's End, 229
-, worthies, 231–2

Roydon Hamlet (Roydon Rothe), in Roydon, 227, 233, 236–7
-, Broadley common, 228, 235–7, 239–40
-, commons, 228, 235–7
-, Dobbs Weir, 228–9, 231, 235–6, 239–40
-, Dobbs Weir, 228–9, 231, 235–6, 239–40
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Broadley Ho., 228
-, Eagle Ho., 231
-, Elmwood, 228
-, Sibley's Row, 228
-, educ., 240
-, field names, 235
-, fields, open, 235
-, fire, 239
-, growth, 228
-, housing, 228
-, inc., 236
-, loc. govt., 237
-, nonconf., 239
-, nursery gdns., 228, 236
-, pop., 227
-, postal svces., 229
-, pub. hos., 229
-, Black Swan, 229, 239
-, Eagle, 231
-, Fish and Eels, 229, 231
-, Fox and Goose, 231
-, Fox and Hounds, 231
-, Green Man, 231
-, residents' assoc., 239
-, timber yard, 236–7
-, wharf, 231
-, woods, 235

Roydon Brick and Tile Works, 236

Ruckholt, see Leyton

Ruggles-Brise, Guy E., 200
-, 'ruins', 225

Rushbrook, Hen. of, abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, 139

Rushcliffe, Ld., see Betterton

Russell:
-, Alf., 39
-, Eliz., see Howland
-, Jn., 50
-, Jn., duke of Bedford, 140
-, Thos., 49–50
-, Wriothesley, duke of Bedford, 140

Russia, manufacturer from, 44

Ryder, Jn., earl of Harrowby, 143

Rye Hill, in Epping, 111

Rye Hill (Herts.), 154

Rye Meads (Herts.), 154

Ryes, see Hatfield Broad Oak, mans.

Ryge, Rog., 181

Ryley, Jn., chaplain of Brentwood, 101

Rys, Thos., 61

S

Sackville, Wm., 100

Sacombe (Herts.), 154

Sadler:
-, Jn., 60
-, Magdalen, see Long
-, Rog., 60, 68

saffron growing, 174, 236

Sainsbury, J., Ltd., 97

St. Albans (Herts.):
-, abbey of, 143
-, bishops of, 13, 86, 145, 204
-, brewers, 174

St. Asaph, bp. of, see Horsley

St. Bartholomew's Hospital (Lond.), 9

St. Calais, Wm. of, bp. of Durham, 111, 208

St. David's, bp. of, see Horsley

St. John:
-, Joan, see Altham
-, Oliver, 189

St. Louis Park Mills Co., 67

St. Margaret's Gas Co., 231

St. Mary Overy, in Southwark (Surr.), priory of, 217

St. Osyth, priory, later abbey of, 75, 83, 90, 97, 100–1

St. Ouen Antiques, 169

St. Paul's Cathedral (Lond.), 13, 22, 144
-, canons, see Dungun; Horston; London, H.
-, deans, see Boreham; Cary
-, treasurer, see Banaster

St. Thomas's Hospital (Lond.), 216–19, 221

St. Valéry (Somme, France) abbey of, 170, 198, 202

St. Vincent, earl of, see Jervis

Saisselin (fl. 1086), 18, 20

Salisbury, Wm., rector of Lt. Hallingbury, 130

Salisbury, earls of, see Cecil

saltpetre, mfr. of, 203

Salvation Army, 53–4, 105, 156

Samson, abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, 135, 144

sanctuary, 100

Sandale, Jn. de, bp. of Winchester, 234

Sandeman, Geo. C., & Sons, 153

Sanders, Phil., curate of Hutton, 103

Sanderson:
-, Jn., 167
-, Jos., 167

Sandervill, David of, see Flitwick

Sanford:
-, Jane, see Feake
-, Thos., 243

Santer, David, 105

Santos, Emanuel Dias, 78, 82, 103

Sarbir Developments, 176

Savage, Jas., 102

Savoy Hospital (Lond.), 5, 216, 219

Saward, Edm., 164

Sawbridgeworth, Jn. of, 173

Sawbridgeworth (Herts.), 113, 124–6, 158, 161, 240, 242
-, educ., 146
-, mkt., 175
-, post office, 163
-, rly., 126, 241–2, 246
-, residents, 137, 244
-, sheep farmer, 246
-, and see Pishiobury; Tednambury

Sawtry:
-, Joan, see Bollington
-, Wm., 7

Saxton, Jn., rector of Netteswell, 211

Sayer, Ric., rector of Sheering, and his
-, w. 248

Scantlebury:
-, Wm., 201
-, Bros., 201

Schieveen, N.V., Group, 67

school boards, 34, 54–5, 73–4, 240

School Ship Society, 59

Schreiber Furniture, 153

Scot, Jn. the, earl of Chester, see John

Scotland, king of, see Bruce, R.

Scotland, 23, 97, 224
-, and see Dunkeld

Scots Guards, 123

Scott:
-, Chas., vicar of Compton (Hants), 234
-, Geo., 200
-, Rob., 234
-, W. H. D., and his w., 168
-, Wal., 200
-, Wm. (d. 1491), 200
-, Wm. (d. 1532), 200
-, fam., 200

Scroggs:
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1683), 27, 80
-, Wm. (fl. 1685), 80

sculptors, see Cheere; Flaxman; Frink; Hepworth; Moore, H.; Moore, J. F.; Regnart

Seabrooke:
-, Chas., 38, 41
-, Chas. H., 41
-, Thos., 43
-, fam., 51
-, & Sons, 43–5

Seally, Art. H. W., 51

Sealy see Cely

Seare:
-, Jn., 61, 63
-, Mary, see Grantham

Selborne (Hants), 140

Selling (Kent), 60

Selo Ltd., 96

Selwin:
-, (formerly Ibbetson), Chas. Ibbetson, 168
-, (formerly Ibbetson), Sir Jn. Ibbetson, Bt., 168, 199, 203
-, Jane, m. Jn. Caygill, 168
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 182
-, Wm., 138, 168, 182, 201

Selwin-Ibbetson, Sir Hen., Bt., Ld. Rookwood, 168–9, 201, 204–6

Serjeant, Wal., 6

serjeanties

services, customary, 120, 141, 172–3, 203, 209
-, and see bourghselver; wardstaff; worksilver

services, public, see electricity; gas; health services; sewerage; water

Sewalds, see Harlow Anc. Par., mans.

Sewall:
-, Ric., 140
-, Wm., 140
-, fam., 140

sewerage, 27, 46, 48–9, 98–9, 121, 135, 154, 180, 208, 231, 242

Seymour, Thos., Ld. Seymour, 19

Shaa:
-, Edm., 189
-, Sir Jn., 189
-, Thos., 189

Shales:
-, Anne, see Barrington
-, Chas., 166–7

Sheering, 137, 139, 168–9, 240–9, 241
-, agric., 244–6
-, bams, 243–4
-, boundaries, 131, 137, 196, 240, 245
-, bridges, 242, 247
-, butts, 247
-, chapel and chaplains, 248
-, chars., 249
-, ch., 247–9
-, coaches and carriers, 242
-, commons,
-, dom. bldgs.
-, Aylmers, 241, 244
-, Chambers Fm., 242
-, chaplain's ho., 248
-, Ch. Ho., 247–8
-, Cowicks, 241–2
-, Crown Ho., 242, 248
-, Durrington Ho., 242–3
-, Lamberts, 242
-, mill ho., 246
-, Newhouse Fm., 241–2
-, Old Rect., 247–8, pl. 8
-, Quickbury, 241, 244
-, Rect., 247
-, Sheering Hall, 241, 243
-, Wheelers, 241–2
-, dovecot, 245
-, econ. hist., 244–6
-, educ., 249
-, elec., 242
-, fms., 246
-, Aylmers, 245
-, Cowicks, 246
-, Newhouse, 245
-, Quickbury, 244, 246
-, Sheering Hall, 246
-, field names, 245
-, fields, open,
-, fires, 242, 246
-, fisheries, 245–7
-, gallows, 247
-, gas, 242
-, growth, 241–2
-, hop growing, 246
-, housing, 241–2, 245
-, inc., 241, 245
-, inc.
-, loc. govt., 143, 246–7
-, mans., 242–4
-, Quickbury (Cowickbury), 203, 243–7
-, Sheering (Huttons, Aylmers), 244
-, Sheering (Sheering Hall), 134, 242–8
-, marsh, 245
-, mills, 203, 242, 245–6
-, moats, 241–4, 248
-, nonconf., 248–9
-, nursery gdns., 246
-, osier growing, 246
-, par. council, 242
-, pk., 243
-, playing fields, 242
-, poor relief, 247
-, poorho., 247–8
-, pop., 240, 244
-, pound, 245
-, prehist. rems., 240–1
-, pub. hos.:
-, Cock, 242
-, Crown, 242
-, Queen's Head, 242
-, Rly., 242
-, rly., 241–2
-, rectors and curates, 247–9
-, and see Brown, E.; Harpley, Hill, E.; Hinde; Hinton; Payne, S.; Sayer; Solme; Tutteé Ward, Jn.; Williams, H.; Withers
-, rect., 247
-, riv. and canal, 240, 242, 245
-, roads, 197, 206, 242
-, Rom. rems., 241, 248
-, sewerage, 242
-, stocks, 245
-, streams, 240, 242
-, village hall, 242
-, war damage, 249
-, warren, 245, 245n, 247
-, water, 242
-, woods, 244–5

Shelley, Pet., and his w., 233

Shell-Mex and B.P., 67

Shenfield, 74, 77, 82, 101, 107–8
-, cemetery, 100
-, char., 109
-, common, 99–100
-, dom. bldgs. see Brentwood
-, educ., 108
-, growth, 91
-, loc. govt., 99
-, nonconf., 105
-, rly., 91, 93
-, rectors, 88, 101
-, sewerage, 99

Shenval Holdings, 153

Sheppard, Ric., 151

Sherborne:
-, Edw., 234
-, Justinian, 234

Sherwill, Jn., rector of Lt. Hallingbury, 129

Sherwood, J. D., 27

Shimpling, Thos. of, rector of Stansted Mountfitchet, 139

Shiner, Chris. M., 72

ships, training, 39, 45, 51, 59

shipwreck, right of, 46, 69

Shirewell, Hen. de, 27

Shish:
-, Jn. Archer, 29
-, Rebecca, 29
-, fam., 29

Shoreditch (Lond.), 94

Shorthorn Dairy Co., 78, 85

Shotover Park, in Wheatley (Oxon.), 81 n

Shrobbes:
-, Rob. (fl. 1297), 164
-, Rob. (fl. 1378), 164

Shropshire, 60 n

Siberechts, Jan, artist, 80 n

Sibley, Jos., 228

Sideburgbroc, see Brook Street, in S. Weald

Sikhs, 54

Silverlock:
-, Jas., 28–9, 50
-, fam., 28

Silvester son of Sim., 126, 129

Simeon Trustees, 143

Simon, rector of Latton, 194

Simon son of Richard (fl. 1210), and his w. Gille, 18

Simon son of Richard (fl. 1251), 18

Simon son of William (or Walter), 234

Simon, Silvester s. of, see Silvester

Simons:
-, R. H., 176
-, Rog., 176

Sims:
-, Belmont, rector of Gt. Parndon, 222
-, Mary Eliz., 149
-, fam., 222

Skeet, Fran. J. A., 183

Skingle:
-, Jn., 176
-, Ric., vicar of Roydon, 237

Skinner, Wm, 181

Skrene:
-, Eliz., see Arderne
-, Jn., 189

Slack, Bertha, 147

Slade, Jn., and his w., 82

Small, Jas., 183

smallpox, 47

Smidth, F. L., cement mfrs., 66–7

Smith:
-, Mrs. A. J., see Webb
-, Brockett, vicar of Roydon, 238
-, Chas., 96
-, David, 104
-, Dorothy, m. Jn. Smith Barry, 80
-, (or Heriz), Erasmus (d. 1691), 80
-, (or Heriz), Erasmus (d. 1707), 80
-, Hugh, 75, 80–1, 86, 88
-, J.S., 52
-, Jane Lady, 64
-, Lucy, m. Jas. Smith Stanley, Ld. Strange, 80
-, Sam., 80–1, 86
-, Wm. (fl. 1522), 211
-, Wm., M.P., abolitionist, 219, 223–5
-, Capt. (fl. 1777), 78

Smith's (Harlow), precision engineers, 153

Snell:
-, Jas., and his w. 53
-, Rob., vicar of Matching, 205

Snow, Jn., 139

soap, mfr. of, 59, 67

Solme, Leonard, rector of Sheering, 247–8

Somer (Somner, Summer, Sumpnour):
-, Agnes, 9
-, Jn. (fl. 1342), 9
-, Jn. (fl. 1413), 218
-, Jn. (d. by 1514), his w. and daus., 9
-, Thos., sr. (fl. 1342), and his w., 9
-, Thos., jr., 9
-, Thos. (fl. 1609), 140
-, Wm. (fl. 1406), 218
-, Wm. (fl. 1536), 135
-, Wm. (d. 1559), 144
-, Wm. (d. 1623), 137
-, fam., 9, 135, 218

Somers Heath, see Aveley, mans.

South Essex Waterworks Co., 4, 27, 43, 49, 99, pl. 19

South Hall, in Rainham, 8, 28

South House, in Great Waltham, 188

South Sea Company, 137, 243

South West Essex technical college, Walthamstow, 158

Southend-on-Sea, 25, 38, 58, 93

Southend arterial road, 3, 17, 25, 37, 58

Southill (Beds.), 61

Southwark (Surr.), see St. Mary Overy

Southworth, Jn., 236

Spence, Jn., 29

Spencer:
-, Sir Jn., and his w. Isab., 60
-, Sir Wm., 60

Spenser:
-, Isab., w. of Wm., m. 3 — Atkinson, 8
-, Wm., 8

Spiller, Jn., 169

Spiritualists, 105

sport, 4, 7, 18, 39, 48–9, 95, 99, 107, 135, 152, 155, 187–8, 197, 202, 216

Spranger, Edm., vicar of Harlow, 144

Springham:
-, Jn., 103–4
-, G., and Co., 153

springs, water, 49, 74–5, 196

Sprot (fl. 1066), 83

Spurrier:
-, Ric., 207
-, fam., 207

stables, 4, 6, 78–9, 115, 117, 140, 190

Stablex Ltd., 67

Stacey:
-, Frank, 178
-, Gerald, 178

Stacy, Ric., 137, 139

Stafford:
-, Alex., 133, 144–5, 148
-, Anne de, see Woodstock
-, Edm., earl of Stafford, 60, 126, 165
-, Hen., duke of Buckingham, 112
-, Humph., earl of Stafford, and duke of Buckingham, 165, 177
-, Julian, 145, 148
-, fam., 112

Standard Oil of America, 67

Standard Telecommunication Laboratories, 153

Standard Telephones and Cables, 153

Standish, Ralph, 248

Stane Street, 110, 113, 158–9, 161, 175

Stanegrove Hill, in Latton and Harlow, 131, 135, 188, 191

Stanes, Jeffrey, 170, 172

Stanfield & Son, 44

Stanford-le-Hope, 25, 48
-, and see Hassenbrook

Stanford Rivers, see Barwicks

Stanley:
-, Eliz., 239
-, Jas. Smith, Ld. Strange, 80
-, Jn. (d. 1589), 239
-, Jn. (fl. 1604), 232, 236
-, Lucy, see Smith
-, Marg., ctss. of Richmond and Derby, 231–2

Stanstead Abbots (Herts.), 229, 235

Stansted airport, 110

Stansted Mountfitchet, 113, 161
-, brickmaker, 176
-, honor of, 118, 198
-, rector, see Shimpling
-, and see Thremhall

Stapleford Abbots, see Battles Hall

Stapleford Tawney, 188, 200

Staundon, Wm. de, 5

Staunton:
-, Sir Jn., 8
-, Jn. of, rector of Harlow, 133, 138, 143–4
-, Ralph of, 8

Stavanger (Norway), 152

Steam Ship Coal Owners' Assoc., 57, 67

Stephen, King, 112, 165

Stephens, Sam., 201

Stepney (Mdx., later Lond.), see Mile End

Stepney (Mdx., later Lond.), poor law union, 27, 34

Steward:
-, Jn. (fl. 1135), 217
-, Jn. (fl. 1411), 219
-, Ric. (fl. 1467), 221
-, Ric. (d. by 1494), 219
-, fam., 219

Stewards, see Parndon, Great, mans.

Stewart, Jn., rector of Lt. Hallingbury, 129

Stifford:
-, David of, see Tilbury
-, Mic. of (fl. 1215), 28, 33
-, Mic. of (fl. 1254), 28, 33
-, his s. Jn., see Michael, Jn.
-, Ralph of, rector, later vicar of Stifford, 33
-, Rog. of, see Kentish

Stifford, 24–35, 26
-, agric., 30–1
-, almshos., 32
-, Ardale Community Home, 27, 34
-, barns, 29–30
-, brickmaking, 31
-, bridge, 25, 30, 58, 68
-, cement works, 66
-, cemetery, 27
-, chalk pits and quarries, 24, 31, 66
-, chars., 35
-, chs., 15, 25, 32–4, 51, 64, pl. 20
-, coach and bus svces., 25
-, commons, 25, 30–1
-, detached part, 24
-, dom. bldgs., 27
-, Brickwall Fm., 25
-, Buckles Fm., 25
-, Chalk Pit Fm. (Sugarloaf HO.), 25, 29
-, Clock Ho., 34
-, Coney Hall, 25, 30
-, Coppid Hall (Copped Ho.), 27
-, Ford Place (Hobbes of Ford), 25, 28–9
-, Hill Fm., 25
-, Horns Fm., 25
-, Lovelands, 27
-, Rect., 33
-, Somers Heath ho., 9
-, Stifford Clays, 25, 30
-, Stifford (Warren) Fm., 25
-, Stifford Hall, 25, 29
-, Stifford (Europa) Lodge (Deanes or Sherwells), 27, pl. 20
-, drainage, 30
-, econ. hist., 30–1
-, educ., 27, 34–5
-, fms.:
-, Brickwall, 29
-, Buckles, 29
-, Chalk Pit, 29, 31
-, Copped Ho. (Coppid Hall), 29
-, Ford Place, 29
-, Horns, 29
-, Stifford Clays, 29, 31
-, Warren (Stifford), 30–1
-, field names, 30–1, 35
-, fire, 33
-, floods, 30
-, growth, 24–5, 27
-, Heath, 30
-, hotel, 27
-, housing, 27, 34
-, inc., 30
-, ind., 24–5, 29, 31, 34, 66
-, Irish immigrants, 31
-, land in, 61, 63–4
-, limekilns, 31
-, loc. govt., 24, 31–2
-, mans., 27–30, 40, 62
-, Stifford (Stifford Hall), 28–9, 31–3, 35
-, Stifford Clays (Clay Hall, Cleys), 29–30, 32
-, mkt. gdns., 31
-, marshes, 30
-, mills, 31
-, orphanage, 27, 34
-, osier beds, 30
-, par. council, 27, 35
-, place name, 25
-, playing fields, 31
-, poor relief, 32
-, poorhos., 32
-, pop., 24–5, 31
-, post office, 27
-, prehist. rems., 25
-, Prot. nonconf., 34
-, pub. ho., 27, 32
-, rly., 25
-, rect., 33
-, rectors and curates, 14, 32–3, 35 and see Hilliard; Hogarth, Jn. H.; Latham, D.; Palin; Perchehay; Potkin; Price, D.; Robertson; Stifford, Ralph of; Swinden; Talbot, Rob.
-, riv., 24–5
-, roads, 3, 25, 27, 37
-, Rom. Cathm., 34
-, Rom. rems., 25
-, sch. bd., 34
-, sewerage, 27, 49
-, stocks, 32
-, vicar, see Stifford, Ralph of
-, vic., 33
-, warren, 25, 30–1
-, water, 27
-, wharf, 66
-, woods, 30–1
-, wkho., 3, 12, 32
-, worthies, 27

Stifford Brickworks, 31

Stirling, Geo., vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak and of Matching, 163, 179, 181–2, 205

Stock:
-, Hen., 34, 51
-, Jn., and his w. Marg., 201
-, Ralph, 201

Stock Hall, see Matching, mans.

stocks, 32, 46–7, 85, 98, 142, 179, 229, 238, 245

Stodey, Beatrice, m. Jn. Arundel (or Kirkby), 61

Stondon Massey, 99

Stonehouse:
-, Sir Jas., Bt., 172
-, Rob., vicar of Childerditch, 23
-, fam., 172

Stonor:
-, Anne, m. Adrian Fortescue, 5
-, Jn., 5

Stort, riv., 140, 186, 229
-, bridges, 134, 207, 229, 242
-, meadows and marshes, 120, 127, 131, 209, 219, 225, 235, 245
-, mills, 131, 187, 210, 225, 227, 229
-, navigation (canal), 110, 115, 131, 134, 142, 186, 188, 223, 227, 229, 231, 242
-, pollution, 208
-, tributaries, 125, 158, 213, 227, 240

Stortford, Nic. of, 171
-, his s. Wm., 171

Stortford, Bishop's (Herts.), 116, 124, 159
-, boundary, 113
-, coaches, 125, 163
-, man., 116
-, nonconf., 183, 206
-, post office, 163
-, rly., 125, 163, 215, 224, 229, 242
-, residents, 131, 158
-, rd., 113, 125, 130, 134, 161, 197, 204–5
-, sewage works, 121

Stortford, Bishop's (Herts, and Essex), poor law union, 122, 129

Strange, Ld., see Stanley

Stratford, in West Ham, 39 n, 43
-, Stratford Langthorne abbey, 6, 8, 75, 83, 86

Stratton, Adam of, 126, 199, 244, 246–7

Streatham (Surr.), 140

Strickland-Skailes, Frank, 170

Strutt, Jn., 86

Stukeley, Wm., 75

Sturgeon, Jn., 97

Such, Jos., 104

Suffolk, 134
-, and see Bury St. Edmunds; Haverhill; Ipswich; Yarmouth, Great

Sullins:
-, Hen., 176
-, Pet. (fl. 1841), 176
-, Pet. (ft. 1886), 176

Sumner, see Somer

Sumners, see Parndon, Great, mans.

Sumpnour, see Somer

Surrey, earls of, 199, 243; and see Warenne

Surrey, 70
-, sheriff of, see Ralph (?son of Niel)
-, and see Bermondsey; Kingston; St. Mary Overy; Streatham

Sussex, earl of, see Radcliffe, R.

Sussex, see Hastings; Hurstmonceux
-, Castle; Lewes; Uppark

Sutton:
-, Chas., 176
-, Thos., 126

Sutton, see Fleet Hall

Swainston (I.W.), 166

Swein of Essex, 5, 7, 18–20, 126, 180

Swetman of Aveley, Wm. s. of, see William

Swift:
-, Sir Fran., 240
-, Jn., 239
-, fam., 239

Swinden, Sam., rector of Stifford, 32–3

Swinnerton, Thos., vicar of W. Thurrock, 71

Swire:
-, Jn., 149
-, Jn. K., 138
-, Mrs., 138

Sworder, Jn., 145, 148

Symes, A. E., Ltd., 96

Symonds:
-, Jn., 138
-, Rob., 138

T

Tagel, Jn., 197

Takeley, 158, 161, 167, 170, 177–8, 183

Talbot:
-, Ric., Ld. Talbot, 118
-, Rob., rector of Stifford 32–3

Tank Storage Co., 67

Tany:
-, Marg. de, see Margaret
-, Ric. de (d. 1270), 188, 191
-, Ric. de (fl. 1270), 188
-, fam., 188

Taper, Rob., 168–9, 173, 175, 181–2

tarpaulin, mfr. of, 44

Tasker:
-, Helen, ctss. Tasker, 95, 103, 106–7
-, J. C., 100

Tattle, Jn., 233

Taunton, Chas., vicar of St. John the Baptist, Harlow, 145

Taverner:
-, Joan, m. Nic. More, 171
-, Jn., 171

Taylifers and Stewards, see Parndon, Great, mans.

Taylor:
-, C. M., and his w., 201
-, Chas., 95
-, Edw., 95
-, Hen., 80
-, Issac, 95
-, Jeffreys, 80
-, Jn., vicar of Harlow, 144–5, 148–9
-, Ralph, 103
-, (or de Ros) Roc., 118
-, Wm., vicar of Aveley, 14
-, Wm. (fl. 1672), 130
-, Wm. (d. 1752), 83
-, fam., 95
-, H. A. & D. 142, 246

Tednambury, in Sawbridgeworth (Herts.), 115, 128

Temple Roydon, see Roydon, mans.

'temples', 167, 225

Tendring, Wm., 63

Tendrings, see Thurrock, West, mans.

Terling, Jn., and his w. Christine, 217

Territorial Army, 95

Teulon, S. S., 87–9

textiles, mfr. of, 96, 128, 142, 175–6, 220, 236

Tey, Marks, rape in ch., 189

Tham', Gilb. de, 9

Thames, riv., 1, 4, 11, 17, 24–5, 35, 43, 45–6, 57–8, 64, 66, 68–9, pls. 10, 16

Thames Board Mills, 59, 67

Thames Case Ltd., 67

Thames Matex, 67

Thames Paper Co., 67

Thames Water Authority 154 works, 121

Thaxted, 134, 161

theatres, 39, 48–9, 53–4, 151–2

Theobald:
-, Chas., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 50, 54
-, Jas. (fl. 1754), 41–3, 47
-, Jas. (d. 1871), 37, 41, 46, 50
-, Jas. (d. 1894), M.P., 37, 41, 49, 51, 55
-, Jane, 41
-, (formerly Poole), Thos., 41, 43, 46

Thermos Ltd., 96

Theydon:
-, Pet. of, 19
-, Ralph of, 19
-, Ric. of, and his w. Cecily, 19

Theydon Garnon, 19, 136
-, and see Coopersale House

Theydon Grove ho., in Epping, 116

Theydon Mount, 19

thieves, jurisdiction over, 97

Thirkel, —(fl. 1788), 83

Thomas son of Christine, 171

Thomas, Maud dau. of, see Maud

Thomas, Otes s. of, see Otes

Thomlinson, Alice, 185

Thompson:
-, Fran., 229
-, Jesse, 44
-, Raymond F., toolmakers, 153

Thorley (Herts.), 113, 115

Thorndon, Hen. of, 19

Thorndon Hall, see Horndon, West

Thorndon park, 17, 19–20, 99
-, and see Horndon, West

Thornley:
-, Isaac, 30
-, Steph., 30
-, fam., 30

Thornwood, in North Weald Bassett, 111

Thremhall, in Stansted Mountfitchet, priory of, 175, 180

Thresher (Throsscher), Jn., and his w., 23

Throckmorton, Mic., and his w. Rebecca, 217

Thurgood fam., 192

Thurman, Edw., rector of Gt. Hallingbury, 123

Thurrock, Grays, 26, 35–56, 36
-, agric., 41–2
-, All Saints district, 37
-, barges, 44–5
-, Beach, 49
-, boundaries, 35, 41
-, brickmaking, 35, 37, 43–4
-, bridges, 39, 42, 46
-, burial bd., 49
-, cemetery, 48–9
-, chalk pits and quarries, 35, 37–8, 40–1, 43–5, 66
-, chars., 42, 51, 54, 56
-, chs., 34, 35 n, 47, 49–52, 54–5
-, cinemas, 39
-, civic hall, 39, 48–9
-, clubs and socs., 39–40, 45
-, coaches, 38
-, convent, 40, 52, 55
-, council offices, 48
-, court ho., 42
-, dom. bldgs., 38, 46, 51
-, Belmont Castle, 37–8, pl. 10
-, Bradleigh Ave., 39
-, Clarence Rd., 39
-, Dell, 38, 40
-, Dutch Ho., 38, 44
-, Duvals, 37–8, 51
-, Echoes, 38
-, Elms, 38, 43
-, Farley, 48
-, Grays Hall, 37–8, 41
-, Ilford Ho. (vicarage), 50
-, Lodge Lane, 39
-, Reed Row, 38
-, Sherfield Ho., 37, 41, 43
-, Vic., 44, 50
-, drainage, 46
-, ducking stool, 46
-, econ. hist., 41–5
-, educ., 16, 34, 38, 53–6 and see training ships
-, elec., 48–9
-, fairs, 42–3, 46
-, fms., 41
-, Duvals, 43
-, Grays Hall, 41, 43
-, Lodge, 41
-, ferries, 25, 37–8, 45
-, field name, 42
-, fire svces.
-, fires, 39, 46, 51–2
-, fishery, 41
-, floods, 46, 48
-, gas, 48
-, growth, 35, 37, 41, 44
-, hawkers from London, 42
-, health svces.
-, hosp., 49
-, hostel, 38
-, housing, 37–8, 48
-, Grays Hall estate, 37, 39
-, L.C.C. estate, 48
-, Lodge estate, 37, 53
-, ind., 35, 37, 41, 43–4
-, jetty, 43
-, land in, 30, 61
-, libraries, 39, 43–4, 48–9
-, limekilns, 43, 45
-, loc. bd., 35, 38, 47–8
-, loc. govt., 35, 46–8
-, man., 28, 30, 35, 37, 40–3, 45–7, 50–1, 59
-, mkt., 42, 46
-, mkt. ho. (town hall),
-, mkt. place, 42
-, marshes and sea defences, 41, 45–6
-, migrant workers, 43
-, mills, 42
-, mus., 7, 42, 49
-, pks.:
-, private, 38
-, pub., 41, 48–9
-, parl. rep.
-, pier, 38, 45
-, Pinnock char. estate, 45
-, police stn., 39
-, poor relief, 32, 47, 86
-, poorho.
-, pop.
-, Port
-, postal svces., 38
-, prehist. rems., 35
-, Prot. nonconf., 15, 34, 39, 42, 52–4
-, pub. hos., 38–9, 44, 47
-, Anchor and Hope (George), 38, 51
-, Bull, 38–9, 42
-, Castle, 39
-, Green Man (Man and Bell), 39
-, King's Arms, 39
-, King's Head, 51
-, Queen's hotel, 39
-, Railway hotel
-, Rising Sun, 39
-, Sailor's Return (Jolly Sailor, Wharf), 39
-, Theobald Arms (Hoy)
-, Victoria hotel, 44
-, White Hart, 39
-, pub. svces., 48
-, rlys., 4, 25, 37–8, 43–4, 46, 58
-, reading room, 44
-, rect., 45, 49–50
-, riv., 35, 37–9, 44–5
-, roads, 3, 25, 27, 35, 37, 39, 42–3, 58
-, Rom. Cathm., 34, 40, 52, 54–5
-, Rom. rems., 35
-, sch. bd., 54–5
-, sewerage, 37, 46, 48–9
-, shops, 39, 44–5, 48
-, Sikh temple, 54
-, sport, 39, 48–9
-, stocks, 46–7
-, theatres, 39, 49, 53–4
-, town, 35, 37–9, 41, 43–4
-, training ships, 39, 45, 51
-, tramway, 43
-, tunnels, 43, 58, 61
-, urban district council, 35, 37, 42, 48–9
-, vic., 49–50
-, vicars and curates
-, and see Adams, Jas.; Hasluck; Hele, G.; Hele, Hen.; Jones, D.; Maxwell; Percy; Prince; Richards; Theobald, C.; Williams, Jn.; Wilson, M.
-, war damage, 38, 52–3, 55
-, warehos., 41, 44
-, water, 43, 49, 99, pl. 19
-, wharfs
-, woods, 41
-, wkho., 47, 70
-, worthies, 40

Thurrock, Little, 35, 37, 39
-, boundary, 41
-, cemetery, 49
-, detached part, 28
-, drainage, 46
-, eccl. par., 51
-, hosp., 49
-, land in, 62
-, mans.:
-, Thurrock, 28, 40, 59
-, Torrells Hall, 64
-, nonconf., 52
-, Palmer's college, 54
-, pks., 49
-, pop., 35
-, sewerage, 49

Thurrock, West, 2, 57–74, pl. 16
-, agric., 64–5
-, barns, 59
-, Beacon Hill, 57
-, boundaries, 57–8
-, breach, 60–1, 63–4, 68
-, bridge, 3
-, canal schemes, 58
-, cement wks., 66–7, pl. 18
-, chalk quarries, 57, 64, 66, pl. 17
-, chapel, 61
-, chars., 16, 71, 74
-, chs., 57–8, 63, 69–74, pl. 16
-, commons, 65, 68
-, dom. bldgs., 58
-, Bayhouse, 61–2
-, Davy Down, 59
-, Dove Ho. (Hunts. Fm.), 58
-, Great (New) Place, 61
-, High Ho. (Little Place), 61
-, High Ho. (West Hall, Le Vineyard), 58, 61, 65
-, Home Fm., 64
-, Low Ho., 59
-, Millwood Ho., 57
-, Mitchells Fm., 62
-, Parsonage Fm., 63
-, Tunnel Ho. (Buntings, Bunten), 59
-, Vic., 71
-, West Hall (Stone Ho.), 32, 57, 59, 61, 70
-, West Thurrock man. ho., 61
-, dovecot, 58–9
-, drainage, 64–5, 68
-, econ. hist., 64–7
-, educ., 16, 73–4
-, fair, 66
-, fms., 57–8, 65, 68
-, Bayhouse, 62, 65
-, Davy Down, 64
-, Dovehouse, 63
-, Home (Torrells Hall), 63–4
-, Mitchells, 62
-, Parsonage, 60–1, 63
-, Stone Ho., 60–1, 65
-, Tunnel Ho., 60–1, 73
-, ferry, 58, 69, 72
-, field names, 62, 71, 73
-, fields, open, 65
-, fire, 69
-, fisheries, 64
-, floods, 60–1, 65, 67–8
-, gallows, 69
-, gravel pits, 57
-, growth, 57
-, housing, 57, 73
-, ind., 4, 11, 57–9, 63–7, 72
-, jetties, 58, 66–7
-, loc. govt., 57, 68–70
-, man. ways, 58
-, mans. and other estates
-, Bayhouse, 61–3, 65
-, Claverings, 61
-, Coombs, 61
-, Michelsland (Mitchells), 59, 62
-, Purfleet, 5, 61, 63, 68–9
-, Rectory, 62–3
-, Tendrings, 62–3
-, Torrells Hall (Home Fm.), 28, 33, 63–5, 70
-, West Thurrock (West Hall), 3, 59–61, 62–5, 68–71
-, mkt., 66
-, marshes and sea defences, 30 n, 57–8, 60–1, 63–5, 68, 71–2, pl. 16
-, mills, 65
-, nonconf., 15, 72–3
-, osier beds, 65
-, poor relief, 70, 86
-, poorho., 70
-, pop., 35, 57, 64
-, power stn., 59, 67, 72
-, prehist. rems., 57
-, pub. hos., 70
-, Blue Anchor, 59
-, Boars Head, 59
-, Fox and Goose, 59, 69
-, Harrow, 59
-, (Old) Ship, 59, 69
-, Rising Sun, 59
-, rly., 57, 68
-, rect., 63, 70–1
-, rectors and prebendaries
-, and see Bourgchier; Dungun; Fermbaud; Langton, W.
-, roads
-, and see Dartford Tunnel
-, Rom. rems., 57
-, sch. bd., 73–4
-, sewerage, 48–9
-, Stifford Hythe, 58, 66
-, tradesmen, 70
-, vic., 62–3, 70–1
-, vicars and curates
-, and see Aucher; Dashwood; Foster, J.; Hayes, J.; Heberden; Lethbridge; Morley, T.; Pead; Reynolds; Swinnerton
-, vineyard, 60, 62
-, war damage, 72
-, warehos., 72
-, wharfs, 66
-, woods, 57, 62, 64–5
-, wkho., 12–13, 32, 61, 69–70
-, and see Purfleet

Thurrock Chalk and Whiting Co., 67

Thurrock urban district and borough:
-, arms, 46
-, civic hall, 48
-, elec. wks., 49
-, hosp., 49
-, ind. estate, 44
-, libraries, 48–9
-, loc, govt., 48–9
-, mkt., 42
-, mus., 7, 42, 49
-, pks. and playing fields, 4, 49
-, places in, 1, 13, 17, 24, 32, 35, 57, 70
-, redevelopment, 39
-, sewerage, 46
-, theatre, 39, 49
-, wharf, 45

Thurstan son of Wine, 135, 137

Tiddeman, Edm. S., vicar of Childerditch, 23

Tilbury:
-, (or Stifford), David of, 28, 34
-, Idony of, 20
-, Joan of, w. of Jn., m. 2 Sir Wm. Vaughan, 20
-, Jn. of, 20
-, Ric. of, 20
-, Rob. of (fl. 1232), 19
-, Rob. of (fl. 1254), 20
-, Rob. of (d. by 1291), 20
-, Wm. of (d. 1303 or 1304), 20
-, Wm. of (fl. 1337), 20
-, fam., 19

Tilbury, 44, 90
-, docks, 55
-, gas, 48
-, mus., 49
-, nonconf., 53
-, rly., 4, 25, 38, 58
-, sch., 55
-, sewerage, 48–9
-, U.D.C., 48

Tilbury, West, 19–20, 25, 35, 37–8, 49

Tilewood, Jas., 33

Till, Jn., 124

Tillingham:
-, Ric. of, 19
-, Rob. of, 19
-, Wm. of, 19

Tillingham, see Childerditch, mans, timber and joinery, mfr. of, 44, 121, 236–7, 246

Tinney:
-, C. J., 200
-, J. F., 199

Tipping:
-, Ann, see Cheeke
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 20 n

Titley, Jn., 189

Todhunter:
-, Benj., 213, 219, 221
-, Edw. J., 221
-, Jos., 213
-, fam., 219, 222

Toller, Jn., 62

Tolleshunt D'Arcy, 170

tollhouse, 79

Tony:
-, Ralph de, 198, 202
-, fam., 198

Torrell the naperer, 64

Torrell:
-, Anne, m. Hen. Josselyn, 64, 70
-, Humph., 64
-, Ric., 33 n
-, fam., 28, 64

Torrells Hall, see Thurrock, Little, mans.; Thurrock, West, mans.

Tottenham (Lond.), 151

Tower:
-, Chas., chaplain of Brentwood, 98, 101–2, 106, 108
-, Chris, (d. 1810), 80–1, 83, 97
-, Chris. C., 81
-, Chris. J. H., 79, 81, 87–8
-, Chris. T. (d. 1867), 75, 80, 84, 86–7, 97
-, Chris. T. (fl. 1946), 80, 90, 101
-, Thos., 80–1, 89, 106–7
-, Wm., 106
-, fam., 78, 80–1

tower blocks, 151, 153

Town Hall Co. [Brentwood], 94

Townsend, Geo., 50

Tracy, Nat., and his w. Marg., 217 trade token, 66

Trinity College, Cambridge, 180–2 master, see Whewell

Trinity House (Lond.), 58

Trust Houses, 59

Tubbs, Ralph, 151

Tuke:
-, Sir Brian, 80–2
-, Geo., 80, 82

tumbrel, right of, 237

Tunnel Portland Cement Co., 66

Turgis (fl. 1086), 136, 188

Turkey, merchant trading with, 80

Turnor:
-, Art., 223–4
-, Chas., 122, 224–5
-, Dorothea, 224
-, Edw. (fl. 1586), sr., 216
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1676), Speaker of the House of Commons, 117, 177, 224, 227
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1721), 117, 122, 124, 224
-, Isab., m. 1 Geo. Ward, 2 Pet. de Groot, 224
-, Martha, see Hanchet
-, Maur., 216
-, fam., 120

turnpike roads, 75, 113, 134, 187, 242

Turstin (fl. 1066), 215

Tutteé, Fran., rector of Sheering, and vicar of Henham, 248–9

Twyford (Herts.), 113

Tydeman, H. W., 105

Tyrconnel, earls of, see Carpenter

Tyrell:
-, Sir Chas., 63
-, Edw., 189
-, Jn. (fl. 1411), 63
-, Jn. (d. by 1439), 189
-, Sir Jn. (d. by 1446), 189
-, Sir Thos., 189
-, fam., 31

Tyser, Thos., 62 n

U

U. G. Glass Containers, 153

Ugley, 170; and see Bollington Hall

Ulf (fl. 1066), 215

Ulmate of Ammonia Co., 44

Ulsi (fl. 1066), 5

Ulstan (fl. 1066), 7

Ulvric (fl. 1066), 199

Ulwin (fl. 1066), 9

Umfreville:
-, D. E., 56
-, fam., 56

Unilever Ltd., 67

United Reformed Church, 15, 52, 104, 156, 183, 239

Upminster, 3, 75, 83, 99
-, crematorium, 49
-, nonconf., 103–4
-, rly., 4, 17, 25, 38, 58
-, and see Brookland; Gaynes; Harold Court

Uppark, in South Harting (Suss.), 66

Upton, in West Ham, 103, 107

Urswick:
-, Anne, 170
-, Sir Thos., 169–70

V

Vaizey fam., 5

Vale, E. W., 176

Valence:
-, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke, 118, 243
-, Mary de, 118
-, Wm. de, earl of Pembroke, 118
-, fam., 118

Valognes:
-, Christine de, 245
-, Pet. de, 188, 191, 193, 215, 224, 242
-, fam., 188

Valton, Jn., 15, 73

Van den Berghs & Jurgens, 59, 67

Vandenanker:
-, Cornelius, 60
-, Sarah, w. of Cornelius, m. 2 Benj. Desborough, 60

Vaughan:
-, Joan, see Tilbury
-, Sir Wm., 20

Vellacott:
-, H. J., 29
-, Wm., 73
-, fam., 73

Velizy Villacoublay (Seine et Oise, France), 152

Vere:
-, Aubrey de, earl of Oxford, sheriff of Essex, 40, 165, 180
-, Jn. de, earl of Oxford, 198
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1221), 182, 184
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1331), 198
-, fam., 180

Vergeous, Ric., 217

Vicars, Hedley, 95

Victoria, Queen, 222

Victoria and Albert Museum (Lond.), 123, 212

Vinegre, Ric., 217

Viney, Jas., 30

Vintner, Jn. the, see John

vineyards, 60, 62, 65, 141, 236

virgate, unusually large, 173

Virly, Jn., chaplain of Housham Hall, in Matching, 200

Volunteers, 95

W

Wade, Jn., 145

Wagg, Jn., 167

waifs and strays, right of, 12, 46, 69

Wake, Heathcote A., rector of Netteswell, 211

Wakering, Pet. of, 201

Walden:
-, Sir Alex, of (fl. 1377), 198
-, Sir Alex, of (d. 1409), 198
-, Alex, of (d. by 1419), 198
-, Ane. de, 216
-, Sir Humph, of (d. by 1314), 198, 224
-, Sir Humph, of (d. 1331), 198, 216, 224
-, Sir Humph. of (d. by 1377), 198
-, Jn. of (d. by 1409), 198
-, Jn. of (d. 1419), 198
-, Marg., m. Hen. Langley, 198
-, Rog. of, 198

Walden, Saffron, 134, 161, 246

Waleran son of Ranulf, 5, 13

Waleran, Jn. son of, see John

Wales, princes of, see Charlotte

Wales:
-, rebellion (1402), 118
-, and see St. David's

Waleys:
-, Austin le, 189, 192
-, Marg. le, m. 1 Wm. Carlton, 2 Jn. of Foxcote, 189
-, Margery le, m. Jn. Malmayn, 189
-, Maud le, see Roding
-, Ric. le, 163
-, fam., 163

Walkern, barony of, 116

Wall:
-, Chas., Ltd., 43–4
-, Ric, 136

Wallace, Alf. Russel, naturalist, 40

Wallbury (La Walle), in Great Halllingbury, later in Little Hallingbury, 112–13, 115, 117–21, 124, 176

Waller:
-, Humph., 90, 108
-, — (? Humph.), 16

Wallis, — (fl. 1788), 83

Walter (fl. 1086)

Walter, rector of Latton, 194

Walter (or William), rector of Roydon, and his s. Sim., 234

Walter of the mill, 246

Walter, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Waltham Cross (Herts.), 146, 167

Waltham, Great, 8n
-, and see 'Blauchapelton'; Lawn Hall; South House

Waltham Holy Cross (Waltham Abbey)
-, college, later priory and abbey, 75, 80, 82, 84–6, 88, 201–2, 208–11, 217, 225, 233, 235
-, abbots, 77, 212, 235; and see Fuller; Rose
-, liberty, 111

Waltham, hund., 111, 112, 143, 227

Walthamstow
-, and see South West Essex technical college

Walton (Wauton):
-, Sir Jn. de (d. 1347), and his w., 232
-, Sir Jn. (fl. 1347), and his w. Marg., 232
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1346), 60
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1346), 60
-, Wm. (fl. 1390), 60

Wanstead
-, Wanstead Ho. estate

Warbeck, Perkin, 232

Ward:
-, Dudley H. J., 197
-, Geo., 224
-, Isab., see Turnor
-, Jn., rector of Sheering, 248
-, Jonathan, 108
-, Thos. W., Ltd., 44
-, Wm., 82

wardstaff, custom of, 112, 173

warehouses, 21, 41, 44, 72, 121, 142, 152–3, 236

Warenne:
-, Jn. de, earl of Surrey, 62, 199
-, Wm. de, earl of Surrey, 5, 9, 198–9, 202, 243

Warham:
-, Isab., see Cely
-, Rob., 7

Warley, Great, 75, 83, 88, 99
-, canal, 58
-, cemetery, 100
-, char., 90, 109
-, ch., 22
-, man., 28
-, nonconf., 105
-, sch., 89
-, Warley Ho., 101
-, wkho., 12, 22

Warley, Little
-, ch., 22
-, inc., 20
-, man., 82
-, rector of, see Powell, W.
-, Warley Camp (barracks), 91, 105

Warner, Nat., 105

Warren, Jn., vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak, 181, 183

warrens, 25, 30–1, 119, 192, 236, 245 n, right of, 12, 85, 121, 176–7, 245, 247

wars:
-, Barons' (1264–7), 138–9, 189, 199
-, Civil (1642–8), 71, 117, 144, 175–7, 189, 194, 211, 248
-, Napoleonic, 43, 47
-, of the Roses, 232–3
-, Seven Years'
-, World, First
-, pls
-, World, Second 72–3, 81, 104–5, 108, 119, 128, 140–1, 143, 177, 191, 194, 197
-, and see rebellions

Warwick, earls of, see Rich

Waryn, Jn., 181

waste, industrial, disposal of, 67

water, 4, 19, 27, 43, 49, 99, 135, 154, pl.
-, and see springs

Waterhouse, Thos., rector of Lt. Hallingbury, 130

Waterman's, see Matching, mans.

Watlington fam., 200; and see PerryWatlington

Watson, Jn., 7

Watt:
-, Rob., sr., 244
-, Rob., jr., 244

Watton (Norf.), 52

Waude, see Welde

Wauton, see Walton

Way:
-, Eliz., 136
-, Ric., 136

Waylett:
-, Jn. (d. by 1522), 212
-, Jn. (fl. 1622), 233–4
-, Marg., 233

Weald Basset, North, 111–12, 140
-, boundary, 131, 186
-, man., 19, 138
-, and see Paris Hall; Hastingwood; Thornwood

Weald, South and Brentwood, 74–109, 76

Weald, South
-, agric., 84–5
-, almshos., 79, 86, 89–90, 107, pl. 39
-, Ashwells street, 21
-, assarting, 84
-, barns, 78
-, Bawds Hatch, 84
-, Bishop's Hatch, 84
-, boundaries, 74, 77
-, brickmaking, 85
-, bridges, 74, 77
-, chantry, 88
-, chapels, 88
-, chars., 86, 88–90
-, ?ch. ho., 77–8, 88
-, chs., 75, 80, 84, 86–90, 98, 100
-, clubs and socs., 79
-, commons, 75, 84–5
-, detached part, 90
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Bawds (Beads) Hall, 82
-, Bell House, 79
-, Bishop's Hall, 108
-, Boyles Court, 83
-, Brook Ho., 89
-, Calcott Hall, 83
-, Cooks Fm., 77
-, Costed Hall, 83
-, Costed man. ho., 83
-, Coxtie Ho., 79
-, Dytchleys, 78
-, Frieze Hall (Frithstigele), 77–8
-, Gents Fm., 77
-, Gilstead Hall (Wealdside), 78, 89, 102–3
-, Great Ropers, 84, 90
-, Halfway Ho., 79, 97
-, Haylands, 79
-, Hou Hatch, 78
-, Hullets Fm., 78
-, Hutchins Fm., 78
-, Jewells (Tower Arms), 78–9, pl. 34
-, Langtons, 77–8
-, Lincolns, 77
-, Lincolns Cott., 77
-, Little Oakhurst, 79
-, Luptons, 78
-, Mascalls, 77, 79
-, Moat Ho. (Brook Hall, the Place), Brook St., 77, 83, 85
-, Moat Ho., Crow Green Rd., 77–8
-, Nunns, 78
-, Oakhurst, 79
-, Queen Mary chapel, 81
-, Rochetts, 78, 80
-, Rochetts Fm., 77
-, St. Vincent's, 78
-, Serpents Hall, 89
-, Vic., 86–7
-, Weald Hall, pls. 13, 14
-, Weald Ho., 79
-, Wealdcote Ho., 77–8
-, Wealdside (Hoses), 78
-, eccl. par., 88
-, econ. hist., 84–5
-, educ., 78–9, 87–9
-, fms.:
-, Boyles, 82–3
-, Calcott Hall, 83, 85
-, Dytchleys, 85
-, Wealdside, 85
-, field names, 85, 108
-, fields, open, 84
-, fires, 78, 83, 89
-, forest, 84
-, growth, 75
-, hamlets, 85–6
-, Hou Hatch, 84
-, inc., 75, 77, 84–5, 87
-, lakes, 75, 81
-, libraries, 79
-, loc. govt., 74, 80, 85–6, 99
-, mans., 80–4
-, Bawds (Downsells), 20, 61, 75, 81–2, 85
-, Boyles (Bowells, Cock a Bowells), 75, 82–3, 87
-, Calcott (Caldecot), 75, 80, 83–7
-, Costed, 74–5, 80, 85, 90, 97–100
-, Ropers (Brook Street, Mary Green), 77, 83–4, 85
-, South Weald, 75, 77, 80–6, 88–9, 101
-, Tillingham, see Childerditch
-, mkt. gdns., 85
-, mental hosp., 75, 79–80
-, mills, 85
-, moats, 77–8
-, par. council, 100
-, ponds and springs, 74–5
-, poor relief, 85–6, 98
-, pop., 1, 35, 57, 75, 84
-, post office, 79
-, prehist. rems., 75
-, Prot. nonconf., 74, 87, 103–5
-, pub. hos.:
-, Chequers, 79
-, Crown, 79
-, Golden Fleece, 79
-, Horse and Groom, 79
-, Tower Arms (Black Spread Eagle) 79, pl. 34
-, White Horse, 86
-, pub. svces., 74, 99–100
-, rect., 86
-, rectors, 87
-, remand home, 83
-, roads, 74–5, 77, 79, 81
-, Rom. Catham., 74, 78–9, 102–3
-, St. Vincent's hamlet, 78
-, sewerage, 99
-, stocks, 85
-, streams, 74, 77, 85
-, Uplands hamlet, 85, 90
-, vic., 86
-, vicars
-, and see Baker, S.; Belli; Bridges; Coningsburgh; Fraser, D.; Horsley; Lounde; Otway; Rathband; Wollaston; Wood, T.; Woodroffe, T.
-, warrens, 84
-, Weald park, 74–5, 78, 80–1, 84, 99
-, Wealdside, 75, 79, 84–5
-, woods, 22, 74–5, 84
-, wkho., 79, 85–6
-, worthies, 80
-, and see Bentley; Brook Street; Coxtie Green; Crow Green; Doddinghurst List; Pilgrims Hatch

Webb:
-, Rob., 139
-, Miss, m. A. J. Smith, 56

Welbore, Mic., 202

Welde (Waude):
-, Jas., and his w. Alice, 140
-, Wm. de, 140
-, fam., 140

Weldes, see Harlow Anc. Par., mans.

Weldon, Jn., 218

Welwyn (Herts.)

Wenden, Great, 200

Wendover, Pet. of, 201

Wennington, 3, 5, 9, 12, 24, 69, 246
-, curates, see Pattrick; Pead
-, man
-, Noke Ho., 13, 70
-, rector, see Norton, A.
-, and see Noke; Yonges

Wesley, Jn., Methodist, 73

West Essex Militia, 69

West Indies, 226
-, merchant trading with, 224
-, Negro servants from, 225, 227

Western, Thos., chaplain of Brentwood, 102

Westminster (Lond.), diocese

Westminster (Mdx.), palace of

Westminster bank, 97

Weston:
-, Sir Jerome, 208, 210
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1572), 208
-, Sir Ric., earl of Portland (d. 1634), 208

Wetenhall (Wetnale):
-, Geo., 119
-, Thos., 119
-, Wm. (d. 1457), 118–19
-, Wm. (d. 1468), 119
-, Wm. (fl. 1468), 119

Weymouth, Ric., 95

Whaddon Hall (Bucks.)

Wheatley (Oxon.), see Shotover Park

Wheeler, Jn. the, see John

Whewell, Wm., master of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 182

whipping posts, 12, 193, 229, 238

Whitbread:
-, Sam. (d. 1796), 59, 61, 66, 72–3
-, Sam. (d. 1815), 61
-, Sam. (d. c. 1898), 74
-, Wm. H., 63
-, fam., 59, 61, 73

Whitchurch, Jn. of, and his w. Marg., 201

White:
-, Algernon Holt, 140
-, Gilb., naturalist, 140
-, Hen., 83
-, J. Oliver, vicar of Latton, 194
-, Jack, & Co., 246
-, Jn., 176
-, R. Marsh, vicar of Aveley, 10, 14–15
-, Ric., 101
-, Thos. Holt (d. 1797), 140
-, Thos. Holt (d. 1841), 140

Whitechapel (Mdx., later Lond.) poor law union, 90

Whitehall Securities Corp.

Whitehead (Whyted):
-, Jn. (fl. 1314), 163
-, Jn. (fl. 1766), 218
-, fam., 163

Whitley, Wm., 95

Whitmore:
-, Sir Fran. H. D. C., Bt., 29
-, Geo., 62
-, Sir Jn., Bt., 29, 53
-, Thos., 62
-, Thos. C. D., 29
-, Lady, 34

Whitsand:
-, Agnes of, m. Wal. Geround, 215–16
-, Baldwin of (fl. c. 1150), 215
-, Baldwin of (d. 1263), 216–18
-, Eliz. of, m. Taylifer of Winchester, 215, 218
-, Lucy of, m. Jn. Winchester, 215, 217
-, Reynold of, 215
-, Sir Ric. of, sheriff of Essex, 215
-, Rog. of, 215
-, Wm. of, 215
-, fam., 215

Whittaker, Jn. Carmichael, 149

Whyted, see Whitehead

Wicken Bonhunt, 19

Wigg, Jas., 52

Wight, Isle of, see Swainston

Wilberforce, Wm., abolitionist, 224

Wilcox, Thos., 105

Wilder:
-, Sir Fran., 64
-, Lady, 63–4

Wildman, Jn., 117

Wilkinson:
-, H., 216
-, H. Cox, 232

Willan fam., 78

Willaston, Jn., vicar of Roydon, 238

William I, 18, 20, 118, 165, 170

William II, 208

William III, 123

William (or Walter), rector of Roydon, and his s. Sim., 234

William son of Edm., 217

William son of Otes the goldsmith, 18

William son of Richard, n his dau., see Margaret

William son of Swetman of Aveley, 5

William, Passemer s. of, see Passemer

William, Pet. s. of, see Peter

William, Phil. son of, see Philip

Williams:
-, Herb., rector of Sheering, 248
-, Jn., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 50
-, Josiah D. sr., 171
-, Josiah D. jr., 171
-, Rice, chaplain of Brentwood, 102
-, Sanctuary, 171
-, Wm., 49
-, fam., 171

Williams-Ellis, Clough, 138

Willis:
-, Jn., rector of Ingatestone, 103
-, Roy, 105

Wilson:
-, Jn., rector of Lt. Hallingbury, 130
-, Mat., vicar of Grays Thurrock, 47
-, Thos., 104
-, & Co., 95–7

Wimbish, 232

Winchester:
-, Cath. of, m. Jn. atte Church, 218
-, Eliz. of, see Whitsand
-, Jn. (fl. 1286), 217
-, Jn. of (d. by 1361), 218
-, Lucy, see Whitsand
-, Meliora of, m. Wm. Rolf, 218
-, Ric. of, and his w. Joan, 218
-, Taylifer, 218

Winchester (Hants):
-, bps., see Beaufort; Horne; Sandale; Wykeham
-, cathedral, 14
-, College, 231–2, 234
-, dean, see Clarke, Wm.

Windsor (Berks.), park

Wine, Thurstan son of, see Thurstan

Wingfield, Digby H., 29

Wingfield-Baker:
-, (formerly Wingfield), Ric., 27, 29, 34
-, (formerly Wingfield), Wm., 29–30
-, fam., 34

Wingrave:
-, Wm., and his w., 89–90, 108
-, fam., 85

Winser, J. J., 34, 53

Winter:
-, Jas., 96
-, Bros., 96

Wise, Edw., 145, 149

Wiseman, Arabella Lady, see Hewett

Witham, 159, 211;
-, honor of, see Boulogne
-, vicars, see Hales, E.; Newman, J.

Withers, Steph., rector of Sheering, 248

Wlbert (fl. 1086)

Wodeham:
-, Jn., 139
-, Mat., 139
-, Raymond, 139

Woking, Ric., vicar of Roydon, 233n

Woleward:
-, Rog., 164
-, fam., 164

Wollaston, Fran. J. H., vicar of S. Weald, adcn. of Essex

Wolley:
-, Emanuel, 148, 195, 212 his w., 195
-, fam., 195

Wolsey, Thos., cardinal, 13, 82

women colliers, 66, pl. 18

Wood:
-, F. M. Sir Evelyn, 135
-, Fran., 96
-, Fred., 96
-, Hen. atte, 169
-, Hugh atte, 139
-, Ric. Thos., 16
-, Thos., vicar of S. Weald, 87

Woodfine, Ric., 96

Woodford, 134, 208, 211

Woodley, Hester, 227

Woodroff(e):
-, Benj., 172
-, Tim., chaplain of Brentwood, vicar of S. Weald, 101–2

Woods, Ric., 7

Woodside Green, in Great and Little Hallingbury, 113, 119–20, 124–5, 127, 178
-, ch., 124
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Cobbs Fm., 115
-, Old Forge, 115
-, Parkgate Ho., 116
-, Woodfold, 125
-, Woodside Green Fm., 115
-, fair, 121
-, roads, 113, 125

Woodstock:
-, Anne, m. 1 Edmund de Stafford, earl of Stafford, 2 Sir Wm. Bourchier, count of Eu, 60, 126, 165
-, Eleanor of, see Bohun
-, Thos. of, duke of Gloucester and earl of Buckingham, 60, 126, 165, 182

Woodville:
-, Ant., Earl Rivers, 60
-, Eliz., queen of Edward IV, 60
-, Jacquette, see Lancaster
-, Ric. (d. 1469), Earl Rivers, 60
-, Ric. (d. 1491), Earl Rivers, 60

Woodward:
-, Jn., 182
-, Wm., 146, 222

Woodyer, Hen., 144

Woolnough, Mary Ann, m. Wm. Horncastle, 56

Woolston Hall, in Chigwell, 200

Woolwich (Kent)

Woolworth, F. W. & Co., 97

Wooton, Hen., rector of Lt. Parndon, 226

Wootton:
-, Sir Edw., 61

Wootton (cont.)
-, Nic., 61
-, Ric., 61
-, Rob., 61

workhouses, see Aveley; Brentwood; Brook Street; Childerditch; Hallingbury, Great; Harlow Ancient Parish; Matching; Parndon, Great; Rainham; Roydon; Stifford; Thurrock, Grays; Thurrock, West; Warley, Great; Weald, South

worksilver, 120

Wouldham Cement Co.

Wray, Hen., vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak, 179–81

Wright:
-, Guy, 126
-, Joan, 102
-, Jn., of Brook Street (fl. 1589), and his w. Marg, 102
-, Jn., of Brook Street (fl. 1602), 90, 108
-, Jn., of Harlow (fl. 1616), 192
-, Jn., of Harlow (fl. 1632), 233
-, Jn., of Harlow (d. c. 1659), 145, 148
-, Jn., of S. Weald (fl. 1639), and his w. Ann, 102
-, Laur., 80
-, Sarah, 90
-, fam., bankers, 77–8, 102 potters, 192

writs, return of, 85

Writtle, 159, 165
-, vicar, see Holmes

Wyatt, Jas., 27

Wykeham, Wm. of, bp. of Winchester, 170

Wynter:
-, Eleanor, see Harleston
-, Jn., 233

Y

Yardley, Jn., vicar of Cranham, 103

Yarmouth, Great (Suff.), 96

Ynge, Rog., 9

Yonge, Jn., 88

Yonges, in Wennington, 8

York, duke of, see Langley, Edm. of

York, dean of, see Andrews, R.

Yorke, F. R. S., 151

Yorkshire, 45

Young:
-, Art., 66
-, Thos., 8
-, Wm., 8

Youth Hostels assoc., 156

Z

Zouche:
-, Geo., 40
-, Sir Jn., 40, 46



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