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'Index', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 12: Ramsbury and Selkley hundreds; the borough of Marlborough (1983), pp. 230-257. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66529 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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The following are among the abbreviations used: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; abp., archbishop; archit., architecture; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; Brit., British; bro., brother; cath., cathedral; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church; coll., college; ctss., countess; ct., court; cust., customary; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; dom., domestic; dchss., duchess; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fras., Francis; Fred., Frederick; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; grddau., granddaughter; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital; ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; mkt., market; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Maur., Maurice; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; n, note; par., parish; parl., parliamentary; Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; prot., protestant; rly., railway; Reg., Reginald; rem., remains; rep., representation; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sid., Sidney; Sim., Simon; s., son; Stan., Stanley; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; Vct., Viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William.

A.

Abbot, Thos., and his w. Martha, 26, 57

Aberedw (Radnors., later Powys), 187

Abraham, Rob., 138

acremen, 156

Adams:
-, A. M., 210
-, Geo. (fl. 1677), 55
-, Geo. (fl. 18th cent.), 55
-, John, 55
-, fam., 55

agricultural engineering, 82, 176, 210; and see agricultural implement manufacture

agricultural fairs, 211

agricultural implement manufacture, 41; and see agricultural engineering

agricultural machinery, use of, 190

agricultural shows, 207

agriculture, see under places

Ailesbury:
-, earls of, 172, 206, 215; and see Bruce; Brudenell-Bruce
-, marquesses of, 172, 175, 205–6, 215; and see Brudenell-Bruce steward, 213

airfields, see Aldbourne; Membury; R.A.F. stations; Ramsbury; Wroughton

Aldbourne, 12, 18–19, 26, 36, 42, 53, 62–3, 65–6, 67–86, 68, 151, 154
-, adv., 82
-, agric., 52, 67, 76–8
-, airfield, 80
-, Aldbourne Chase, 67, 72–3, 75, 151
-, ct., 82
-, officers, 75, 78
-, as address, 11, 60, 183
-, bell foundries, 81
-, boundaries, 67
-, chant. ho., 60, 76
-, chant. priest, 83
-, char., 84–6
-, Chase Woods (formerly Priors Wood), 77, 79–80
-, ch., 59, 67, 69, 74, 77, 80, 82–4, 193
-, Civil War, 72
-, Court Ho., 69, 77, 81, 83–4
-, cts., 82
-, cross (mkt.), 69
-, curates, 83–5
-, cust. tenants, 74, 76–9
-, dom. archit., 69–71
-, Ewins Hill, 77, 81, 85
-, fairs, 81
-, farms, 51, 59, 72–80
-, field systems, 67
-, fires, 69
-, fraternity of St. Mary, 76, 83
-, glebe, 80, 83
-, the Green (formerly High Town), 69, 81
-, Hightown (ho.), 63, 69, 81
-, inc., 79, 86
-, ind., 63, 69, 81–2
-, inns, 70–1
-, Lewisham Castle, 67
-, man., 67, 72–6, 78–9, 82
-, mkt., 69, 81
-, mills, 81
-, park, 78
-, Peaks Downs (partly in Baydon), q.v.
-, poor relief, 82
-, pop., 69
-, poultry rearing, 80
-, prehist. rem., 67
-, Preston (partly in Ramsbury), q.v.
-, Priors Wood, see Aldbourne: Chase Woods
-, prot. nonconf., 71, 84–5
-, rectory, 82
-, roads, 67, 69
-, Romano-Brit. rem., 67
-, schs., 85
-, Snap, q.v.
-, sport, 73
-, stream, 69
-, streets, 69–70
-, Sugar Hill, 67, 80
-, tithes, 74–5, 77, 83
-, trades, 81–2
-, Upham, q.v.
-, Upham, Upper, q.v.
-, vicarage, 82–3
-, vicarage ho., 69, 83
-, vicars, 83; and see Cook, Ric.; Edmunds; Elvyngton; Steward; Stone, John
-, woodland, 67, 76–8, 80; and see Aldbourne: Chase Woods
-, Woodsend, q.v.
-, workho., 70, 82

Aldbourne and Baydon Aid in Sickness Fund, 61, 86

Aldbourne and Baydon nursing association, 86

Aldbourne Engineering Co., 82

ale, taster of, 41, 82

Alexander nephew of Everard, 24

Alexander Keiller Museum, see Avebury

Alfeld (fl. 972), 120

Alfheah (fl. c. 970), 72

Alfhere (fl. c. 970), 72

Alfred, King, 194

Allen, Wm., 93

allotments and smallholdings, 8, 11, 33–4, 116, 175, 207

Almar (fl. 1066), 112

almshouse, see Marlborough: borough

Alnod (fl. 1066–86), 96

Alwin (fl. 1066), 110, 173

Amesbury:
-, abbey, 174, 181, 184, 187
-, priory, 74, 82–3, 121 n, 174, 187
-, rural district, 216

Amor, Mary, 104

Anabaptists, 226

Anarchy (12th cent.), see Marlborough Castle

anchorites, hermits, recluses, 182, 223

Anderson, Mary Ann, 228

Andover (Hants), R.A.F. sta., 17

Andover Times and Wilts., Berks., and Hants County Paper, 205

Andrew:
-, Agnes, see Winslow
-, Rob., 23, 31

Andrews:
-, John, 56
-, Sarah, w. of Townsend, 110
-, Thos., 110
-, Townsend, 110

Angoulême, Isabel of, see Isabel

animals (less common), see bull; deer; dog; fallow deer; foxes; greyhounds; hares; Leicestershire sheep; Merino sheep; shorthorn cattle; Southdown sheep

Anjou, Marg. of, see Margaret

Anne, Queen, 170

Anne (Boleyn), queen of Hen. VIII, 169

Anne (of Cleves), queen of Hen. VIII, 121, 132, 169, 171–2, 187, 194

Ansfrid (fl. 1086), 95, 189

Appleford:
-, Mary, m. — Kemm, 48
-, Mary, m. Rob. Vaisey, 48
-, Mary, see Knackstone
-, Mary, w. of Thos. (d. 1790), 48
-, Sim., 48
-, Steph., 48
-, Thos. (fl. 1678), 48
-, Thos. (d. 1763), 48
-, Thos., s. of Thos. (d. 1763), 48
-, Thos. (d. 1790, another), 48
-, fam., 51

Appleton (Berks.), rector of, see White, Wm.

Aragon, Cath. of, see Catherine

arbitration, 49, 129, 136

Arblaster:
-, Thos., 172
-, Wm., 172

Arch, Ric., vicar of Avebury and of Ramsbury, principal of Broadgates Hall, Oxford, 44, 102

archery practice, 149

architects and designers, see Abraham; Baverstock, J., W. E.; Blomfield; Blore; Blowe, Hugh; Bodley & Garner; Butterfield; Caux; Christian; Cooper, W.; Deane; Drake; Ellis the engineer; Gane & Co.; Gibbons; Hammond, John; Harrison; Hooke; Nelson; Newton, Ernest, W. G.; Pinchard; Ponting; Reeve; Roberts, David; Robson; Scherrer & Hicks; Street, A. E., G. E.; Webb, Sir Aston; White, Wm.; Wyatt

architecture, domestic, see under places, and see barns, aisled; bungalows; construction materials (less common); cottages, estate; cottages, 'model'; council hos.; housing estates (private); Marlborough: penthos.

architecture, military, see Marlborough Castle: buildings

Arkell, Thos., 55

army, see Wiltshire Militia camp, see Ogbourne St. George

Arnold the falconer, 112

Ashbury (Berks., later Oxon.), 195
-, Ashdown Park, 7
-, Romano-Brit. settlement, 15

Ashe:
-, Rob. (d. 1829), 97
-, Rob. (d. 1855), 97
-, Rob. Martyn, 97
-, Thermuthis, see Martyn
-, Thermuthis Mary, 97

Ashley, fam., 40

Ashridge, see Axford

assault, 213
-, pleas of, 66

assault and battery, 213

assize, justices of, 214

assizes, see Marlborough; Marlborough: borough; novel disseisin

assizes of bread and ale, 41, 65–6, 196, 213

associations, political, 91

Athelstan, King, 120, 194

Athelwold (fl. 946–7), 141, 153

Atherton:
-, Jos., 40
-, Nathan, 40
-, Wm., 26, 36

attorney-general, see Jones, Sir Wm.

Aubrey, John, 79, 87

Audeberg, Jas. de, 65, 135

Augustinians, 65, 79, 82, 93, 97–8, 101–2, 196–7, 221

Aumale, ctss. of, see Reviers

authors, dramatists, and playwrights, see Boethius; Collinson; Duck; Evelyn; Harte; Hughes, John; McEvoy; Map; Pepys; Shaw; Twells; Weyman; Williams, Sir Erasmus; Wordsworth

Avco Engineering Ltd., 176

Avebury, Baron, see Lubbock

Avebury, 62–3, 65–6, 86–105, 88, 97, 119, 123–4, 195–8
-, adv., 101–2
-, agric., 87, 97–9
-, Alex. Keiller Museum, 90
-, Avebury Down, 87, 97
-, Avebury Manor, 90, 92, 92
-, Avebury Trusloe, 86, 89–90, 97
-, dom. archit., 90, 93
-, streets, 90
-, and see Avebury Trusloe Manor estate
-, Beckhampton, q.v.
-, boundaries, 86, 119
-, bridge, 89
-, chap., 101–2, 196
-, chaplain, 102
-, char., 104–5
-, ch., 49, 86, 92, 101–4, 193, 196
-, the Circle, 87, 89–90
-, common meadow, 97
-, cts., 101
-, curates, 103
-, cust. tenants, 97–8
-, dom. archit., 90
-, farms, 94–5, 97–9
-, field systems, 87
-, glebe, 102
-, inc., 97–8
-, inns, 90
-, Kennett, West, q.v.
-, Knoll Down, 87, 97–9
-, man., 62, 65, 91–9
-, man. ho., 92, 102; and see Avebury: Avebury Manor
-, chap., 102
-, mills, 99
-, Overton Hill, see Kennett, West
-, place name, 86
-, pop., 89–90
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 63, 87, 89; and see Avebury: the Circle; (all s.v. Kennett, West) the Kennett Avenue, the Sanctuary, West Kennett long barrow
-, priory, 91, 102, 142
-, monks, 92, 102
-, prior, 92, 97, 102, 147
-, prot. nonconf., 103–4
-, roads, 89
-, Romano-Brit. settlement and rem., 87
-, the Sanctuary, see Kennett, West
-, Saxon rem., 87
-, schs., 90, 104, 105 n, 198
-, Silbury Hill, see Beckhampton
-, streams, 87
-, streets, 90
-, Swallowhead Springs, see Kennett, West
-, tithes, 92–3, 96, 98–9, 102, 184
-, tithings, 101
-, vicarage, 101–2, 196–7
-, vicarage ho., 90, 102
-, vicars, 98, 101–3, 197; and see Arch; Davies, W. H.; King, Bryan; Mayo; White, John
-, Waden Hill, 87, 100
-, water meadows, 87
-, West Down, 86–7, 97–101
-, Windmill Hill, q.v.
-, woodland, 87

Avebury deanery, 102, 117, 123, 191

Avebury Trusloe Manor estate, 93

Avon, co., see Bath; Portishead

Avon (Bristol), riv., 105

Avon valley, 105, 107

Axford (in Ramsbury), 12–13, 14, 15, 19–20, 28, 32–3, 36, 39, 42–3, 47–52, 73, 80
-, agric., 50–2
-, as address, 50
-, Ashridge, 47, 50
-, tithing, 41, 47
-, Axford, or Priory, Farm, 13, 47, 50–2
-, Axford Ho., 50
-, Axford, Upper, see Axford: Burney
-, Blake's Copse, see Ramsbury: Blake's Copse
-, boundaries, 47
-, bridge, 47
-, Burney (or Upper Axford), 15, 47
-, chaps., 42, 47, 50, 52
-, chase, 50
-, ch., 42, 47, 52
-, common marsh, 51
-, cts., 52
-, cust. tenants, 32, 51–2
-, dom. archit., 47–8
-, farms, 22, 27, 48, 51–2
-, field system, 13
-, fishing, 52
-, Hens Wood, see Ramsbury: Hens Wood
-, inc., 51
-, inn, 47
-, man., 28, 37, 39, 41, 47–52
-, man. ho., 15, 47
-, mill, 47, 52
-, prebend, see Salisbury: cath. ch.
-, prebendal estate, 50
-, prebendaries, 44, 48
-, prot. nonconf., 47, 52
-, roads, 47
-, sch., 46–7, 52
-, tithing, 41, 47
-, pop., 47
-, water meadows, 51
-, woodland, 13, 50–1; and see (both s.v. Ramsbury) Blake's Copse, Hens Wood

Aylesford, earl of, see Finch, Heneage

Ayliffe:
-, Geo. (fl. 1602), 188
-, Sir Geo. (d. c. 1647), 188
-, Geo (d. 1712), 188
-, John (d. 1581), 187
-, John (d. 1631), 188
-, John (d. 1685), 188
-, John, s. of Sir Geo., 188
-, Judith, 188
-, Susan, w. of John (d. 1581), 188

Ayres:
-, John, 154
-, Thos. (? two of the name), 154
-, Vincent, 154

Azor (fl. 1066), 174

B.

Babban, Ralph de, 172

Bacon:
-, Joan, m. — Noyes, 25
-, John (fl. late 13th cent.), and his w. Sarah, 32
-, John, s. of John (fl. late 13th cent.), 32
-, John (fl. c. 1556), 25
-, John (fl. before 1790), 76
-, Nic., 25
-, Ric., 25
-, Thos., 30
-, fam., 25, 35

Badbury (in Chiseldon), 195, 223

Badger, W. C., curate of East Kennett, 124

Badlesmere:
-, Giles de, Lord Badlesmere, 109, 130
-, Marg. de, m. John Tiptoft, Lord Tiptoft, 109, 130
-, Margery de, m. Wm. Ros, Lord Ros, 130

Bailey:
-, Caleb (fl. c. 1708), 188
-, Caleb (? same), 103
-, F., 109
-, John, 180
-, Nat., 226
-, Ric., 94
-, Thos., rector of Mildenhall, 137, 225–6
-, Wm., 132
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 132

Bailey Hill, see Baydon

bailiffs (borough), 211–15

Baker, John, vicar of Chiseldon, 103, 198

bakers, 178, 208, 211

Balanter Estates, 97

Baldonshall:
-, John of, and his w. Eleanor, 23
-, Wm. of, 23
-, Wm. of (another), 23

Baldwin (? fl. 11th cent.), 130

Ballard:
-, Phil., 143
-, fam., 35

Ballemund, Maud, 207

Banbury:
-, Eliz., see Mellior
-, Rob., 195

Banbury (Oxon.), 205

bands (musical):
-, brass and reed, 72
-, silver, 72, 205

bankers and banking, 160, 210

Banks:
-, Steph., 27
-, fam., 26

Banning:
-, J., 93
-, J. S., 93
-, John, 93
-, John, s. of John, 93
-, Mary, see Griffen
-, fam., 93

Bannings:
-, Rebecca, 155
-, S. T., 155
-, Steph., 155
-, Thos., 155
-, Thos., vicar of Winterbourne Monkton, 198

Baptists, 104, 118, 124, 139, 160
-, General, 226
-, Particular, 60, 150, 226
-, Strict, 85, 104, 226

Barbost:
-, Adam, 96
-, Alice, w. of Adam, 96
-, Geof., 96
-, John, 96
-, fam., 97

Barbury (in Ogbourne St. Andrew), 138, 141–2, 147, 149
-, agric., 147
-, Barbury Castle, 139
-, cust. tenants, 147
-, dom. archit., 141
-, farm, 143, 147
-, man., 142–3
-, pop., 141

Barfleur:
-, Maud, w. of Rob., 177
-, Nic. (fl. 1204–21), 177
-, Nic. (d. by 1295, ? same), 171, 177
-, Nic., s. of Nic. (d. by 1295), 171, 177
-, Rob., 177

Barford St. Martin, rector of, see Rashley

Baril, Rog., 188

Barker, F. G., 169

barn, aisled, 164

Barnes:
-, John, 25
-, Thos., 25

Barnett, Capt., 80

Barnfield, see Preshute

Barnstone:
-, John, prebendary of Bishopstone, 6, 9–10
-, Wm., 6

Barons' War (13th cent.), see Marlborough Castle

Barrett, Thos., 85

Barrington:
-, Jane, see Guise
-, Shute, bp. of Salisbury, 121, 123

Bartlett, Wm., see Burdett-CouttsBartlett-Coutts

Barwick, John, 159, 187

Baskerville:
-, Anne, see Hancock
-, Fras., 187
-, Meliora, m. Thos. (of Aberedw), 187
-, Ric., 174, 187
-, Thos. (d. 1621), 174, 187–8
-, Thos. (fl. 1707), 187
-, Thos. (of Aberedw, fl. 18th cent.), 187
-, Thos., s. of Thos. (of Aberedw), 187
-, Thos. (d. 1817, another), 73, 174
-, (formerly Mynors), Thos. Baskerville, 55, 73, 172, 174
-, W. T. M., 73, 172

basket making, 39

Basset:
-, Alan, 187, 191
-, Aline, m. 1 Sir Hugh le Despenser (d. 1265), 2 Rog. Bigod, earl of Norfolk, 187
-, Fulk, rector of Winterbourne Bassett, dean of York, bp. of London, 187, 191
-, Gilb., 128, 187
-, Isabel, 176
-, Isabel (another), see Ferrers
-, Phil., 65, 187
-, Reynold (d. c. 1224), 176
-, Reynold (fl. 1225), 176

bastardy, 214

Bath (Som., later Avon), 209–10

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Curle

Bathe, John, 155

Batson:
-, Alf. (d. 1856), 24
-, Alf. (d. 1885), 24
-, E., 24
-, Fras. Cunninghame, 24
-, Rob., 24
-, Thos. (d. 1701), 24
-, (formerly Davies), Thos. (d. 1759), 24
-, (formerly Davies, Edm.), Thos. (d. 1770), and his w. Eliz., 24
-, fam., 24–5

battle, see Kennett, East: 'Cynete'

Baverstock:
-, J., 150
-, John, 228
-, W. E., 117

Baydon (in Ramsbury), 1, 7, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26–7, 30, 32–3, 35–6, 41–3, 52–61, 54, 67, 83
-, adv., 53, 59
-, agric., 57–9
-, Bailey Hill, 58
-, Baydon Furnett, 58
-, Bayfield, 57
-, boundaries, 52–3, 57
-, chaplains, 59–60
-, char., 60–1
-, ch., 12, 42–3, 52–3, 55, 58–60, 76, 80
-, cts., 59
-, curacy, 59
-, curates, 60
-, cust. tenants, 32–3, 57–8
-, dom. archit., 53, 55
-, farms, 32–3, 55–9
-, field system, 15
-, Ford, 15, 32, 34, 41, 53, 57–8
-, Gore Lane, 15, 53, 55, 58
-, inc., 53, 57–8
-, inns, 53
-, man., 53–7
-, Peaks Downs (partly in Aldbourne), q.v.
-, Pig's Court estate, 35, 56–7
-, poor relief, 52, 59
-, pop., 15, 53
-, prot. nonconf., 60
-, roads, 53
-, Romano-Brit. settlement, 15
-, schs., 53, 60–1
-, Shortgrove, 13, 57–8
-, tithing, 41
-, vicarage, 83
-, vicarage ho., 53, 59
-, water tower, 53
-, woodland, 13, 57–8; and see Baydon: Shortgrove

Baydon Manor (formerly Marridge Hill) estate, 26–8, 30, 36, 55–6, 73

Baynton:
-, Chris., 113
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1544), 37, 174, 191
-, Edw. (fl. 1534–57), 188
-, Sir Edw. (fl. 1556, ? another), 222
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1657), 91, 93, 101, 121
-, Hen., s. of Sir Edw. (d. 1544), 174
-, Hen. (fl. 1691), 93–4
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1544), m. 2 Sir Jas. Stumpe, 3 Thos. Stafford, 111, 174
-, Mary, w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1657), 121
-, Rob., 93–4, 96, 121
-, fam., 93–4

beadle, 208, 214–15

Beake (Beke):
-, John, 96
-, Thos., and his w. Isabel, 223
-, —, 159

Beauchamp:
-, Anne, w. of Ric., Lord St. Amand, 94, 145
-, Eliz., see Braybroke
-, Ric., bp. of Salisbury, 37
-, Ric., Lord St. Amand, 94, 145, 188
-, Wm. de (d. 1269), 131
-, Wm. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1298), 131
-, Sir. Wm. (d. 1457), 188

Beauchamp, Vct., see Seymour

Beaufay, Wm., bp. of East Anglia, 180, 220

Bec-Hellouin (Eure, France), abbey, 65, 141–2, 146, 149–50, 152, 154–8

'Bechenhalle', see Bincknoll

Beckhampton:
-, Hamon of, 95
-, Hilary of, 95–6
-, John of, 95
-, Ric. of, 95

Beckhampton (in Avebury), 62–3, 66, 86, 89–92, 96, 98, 101–2, 184
-, agric., 99–100
-, Beckhampton club, 91
-, Beckhampton Ho., 91, 100; and see Beckhampton: inns
-, boundaries, 99
-, chap., 96, 102, 189
-, adv., 102
-, glebe, 191
-, chaplain, 102; and see Warner
-, common meadow, 99
-, cust. tenants, 99
-, dom. archit., 90–1, 95
-, farms, 95–6, 99–100
-, inc., 99
-, inns, 91; and see Beckhampton: Beckhampton Ho.
-, man., 95–6, 99–100, 102, 189
-, mills, 100
-, pop., 90
-, prot. nonconf., 104
-, sch., 104
-, Silbury Hill, 48, 63, 87, 89
-, Stanmore, q.v.
-, water meadows, 99

Beckhampton Estates, 95

Bedford, duke of, see John

Bedwyn, Great, 28, 165

Bedwyn, Little, 132
-, Puthall Farm, 50

bee farming, 176; and see honey retailing

Beke, see Beake

bell founders, see Cor fam.; Gillett & Johnston; Knight, Hen.; Mears, T.; Mears & Stainbank; Purdue, Rog., Wm.; Rudhall, Abel, Abraham; Stares; Taylor, —; Wallis, John; Warner & Sons; Wells, Jas., Rob. (two of the name)

bell founding, 63, 81

bell foundries, see Aldbourne

Benedictines, 45, 65, 92, 97, 102, 121–2, 134, 145, 147, 149–52, 156–8, 173–4, 180, 184, 194, 196–7, 207, 225; and see Cowley; Gilmore, Paul

Benger:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Smith (d. c. 1558), 97
-, Eleanor, see Sparsholt
-, John, 97
-, Ric., 97

Bennet (Bennett):
-, Eliz., 119
-, Martha, m. Peter Legh, 109
-, Thos. (fl. 1633), 172
-, Thos. (d. by 1754), 109, 118
-, (formerly Pye), Wm. Bathurst, see Pye
-, fam., 109 n

Benton, John, 223

Berkshire, 18, 42; and see Appleton; Ashbury; Blewbury; Bourton; Hampstead Marshall; Hungerford; Lambourn; Newbury; Poughley; Reading; Sandhurst; Shalbourne; Sonning; Uffington; Welford; Windsor; Wittenham, Little

Berkshire Downs, 3

Berks. & Hants Extension Railway, 163

Berryman, Wm., 48

Berwick:
-, Edith of, w. of Reynold of, 96, 121
-, Gilb. of (fl. 1326), 194
-, Gilb. of (? same), 189
-, John of (fl. 1227), 189
-, John of (fl. 1281–1327), 96, 101, 121
-, Reynold of, 96, 121
-, Wal. of, 96, 121
-, Wm. (the clerk) of, 189
-, fam., 121, 123

Berwick Bassett, Edw. of, 189

Berwick Bassett, 62, 101, 184, 191–3, 197–8
-, as address, 103
-, ch., 193

Best, Sim., 188

betterment of the poor, society for, 81

Bevan, Gerard Lee, 31

Bible Christian, 118

Bica (fl. 757–86), 128

Bicester (Oxon.), priory, 207

Bigod:
-, Aline, see Basset
-, Rog., earl of Norfolk, 111, 187–8

Bill, Chas., 220

Bincknoll (in Broad Hinton), 62, 105, 107–8, 110, 112, 114, 116–17
-, agric., 113–15
-, Bincknoll Castle, 105, 107
-, Bincknoll Ho., 108, 111, 115
-, Bincknoll Wood, 105
-, boundaries, 107
-, chap., 105, 111, 115, 117
-, Cotmarsh, 108, 111–12, 115
-, cust. tenants, 114
-, farms, 111–12, 115
-, inc., 115
-, Little Town, 105, 107–8, 111–12, 115 chap., 111
-, chaplain, see John
-, man., 107, 110–11, 114–16, 130
-, mill, 115
-, pop., 108
-, woodland, 105, 114; and see Bincknoll: Bincknoll Wood

Bird:
-, Isabel, w. of John, 144, 223
-, John, 154, 219, 223

birds (less common), see partridges; pheasants; swans

Birdsey, John, 228

Bishopstone (in Downton hund.), 3, 9

Bishopstone (in Ramsbury hund.), 1, 3–12, 4, 32, 39, 41–2, 58
-, adv., 9
-, agric., 3, 7–8
-, as address, 58
-, Bishopstone Folly, 3
-, boundaries, 3
-, chars., 10–12
-, ch., 5, 9–12, 192
-, common meadows, 7
-, cts., 1, 9
-, curates, 10
-, cust. tenants, 7–8
-, dom. archit., 5
-, Eastbrook Farm, 5
-, farms, 5, 7–8
-, field system, 3
-, Forest Ho., see Bishopstone: Prebendal Farm
-, glebe, 8, 10
-, Golds Green, 3
-, Hocker Bench, 5
-, inc., 8, 11
-, inns, 5
-, Lammy Down, 3, 7
-, man., 5–9
-, man. ho., 5–6, 11
-, mill, 5, 9
-, peculiar, eccl., 9
-, place name, 3, 5
-, poor relief, 9
-, pop., 5
-, prebend, see Salisbury: cath. ch.
-, prebendal estate, 6–8
-, Prebendal Farm (formerly Forest Ho.), 5–6, 8
-, prebendal ho., 6
-, prebendaries, 6, 9; and see Barnstone, John; Coker, Thos.; Kinnimond; Landon, Whittington
-, prehist. settlement, 3
-, prot. nonconf., 11
-, roads, 3, 5
-, Romano-Brit. rem., 3
-, Russley Park, 3, 5–7, 145, 192 sporting estate, 6–8, 55, 58
-, schs., 5, 11
-, stream, 3
-, tithes, 6–10
-, vicarage, 9
-, vicarage ho., 5, 10
-, vicars, 9–10; and see Coker, Thos.; Landon, J. W. R., Whittington; Lloyd, Nowes; Wilson, John
-, watercress beds, 8
-, woodland, 3; and see Bishopstone: Bishopstone Folly

Blackgrove hundred, 62, 105

Blackman, Jas., 155

Blagrave, H. G., 95, 97, 100

Blake:
-, John, 144
-, Ralph, 24
-, Thos., 144
-, Thos. (? another), 24
-, Thomasine, w. of Wm., s. of Wm., 144
-, Wal., 24, 143
-, Wm., 24, 144
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 144
-, fam., 24

Bland:
-, H. V., 73
-, J. V., 73
-, V. S., 73

Blewbury (Berks., later Oxon.):
-, ch., 180
-, prebend, see Salisbury: cath. ch.

blindhouse, see (s.v. Marlborough: borough) gaol

Blissett:
-, Rob., 130
-, Wm., 130

Blomfield, A. W., 164

Bloomfield, J. V., 169, 172–3

Blore, Edw., 164

Blowe:
-, Eustace, 221
-, Hugh, 168

Board of Agriculture, 7

board of health, see Marlborough: borough

Bodenham:
-, Edw., 24
-, Fras., 45
-, Hen., 24
-, Rog. (fl. 1542), 24
-, Rog. (d. 1579), 24
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1623), 24
-, Rog. (fl. 1689), 24–5, 45
-, Rog. (fl. 1699), 24
-, Rog. (? same), 24
-, Thos., 24
-, Wal., 24
-, Wm., 24
-, Wm. (another), 24
-, fam., 24–5

Bodley & Garner, 164

Boethius, 216

Bohun:
-, Hen. de, earl of Hereford and Essex, 112
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex, 188
-, Jocelin de, bp. of Salisbury, 24, 30, 48, 50, 180
-, Mary de, m. Hen. (of Lancaster), earl of Derby (Hen. IV), 188

Bolingbroke, viscountcy, see St. John

Bomford, Jas., 73–4, 154

Bond:
-, Eliz., w. of Geo., 72–4
-, Geo., 72, 154
-, Thos., 72
-, fam., 146, 156

bone lace making, 209

bootmakers and bootmaking, 41

Borden:
-, Agnes, w. of Nic. (d. 1301), m. 2 Sir Peter Doygnel, 111
-, Nic. (d. 1301), 111
-, Nic. (fl. 1349), 111

Boreman, Dan., 25, 33

Botreaux:
-, Aubrey de, see Walerand
-, Marg., suo jure Baroness Botreaux, m. Rob. Hungerford, Lord Hungerford, 136, 143
-, Wm. de, Lord Botreaux, 143
-, Barons, see Hungerford

Boughey:
-, Geo., 55
-, (formerly Fletcher), Sir John Fenton, see Fletcher

Bourton & Sons, 112–13

Bourton (Berks., later Oxon.), 221

bowls and bowling greens, 204

Box, W. H., 142

Bradenstoke (in Lyneham), priory, 76, 109–10, 113, 206

Bradford-on-Avon, 143

Bradley, Maiden, priory, 206

Braithwaite:
-, John, 172, 178
-, Jonathan, 154

Brandon, Chas., duke of Suffolk, 110

brass founding, 41

Braybroke:
-, Eliz., suo jure Baroness St. Amand, m. Sir Wm. Beauchamp, 188
-, Joan, suo jure Baroness Cobham, m. Thos. Brooke, styled Baron Cobham, 111

bread, weigher of, 41, 82

bream, 175

Bremhill, see Charlcote; Stanley

Brentnall, H. C., 167 n, 199 n

Breteuil, Gilb. of, 95, 109–10, 113, 189

Brewer:
-, Muriel de, w. of Ralph de, 28
-, Ralph de, 28, 48

brewers, breweries, brewing, 41, 210

brick makers and making, 38, 51, 157, 179

bridewell, see Marlborough

Bridgeman:
-, Jas., 81
-, Jane, 85

Bridges, J. W. W., 143

Bridport:
-, Giles of, bp. of Salisbury, 30
-, Thos. of, prebendary of Ramsbury, 43

Brimpton:
-, Adam of, 112
-, fam., 112

Brinkworth, R., 74

Brinkworth Brook, 105

Brinsden, John, 177

Bristol, 195, 208, 210
-, as address, 60, 121, 226
-, bp., 9
-, diocese, 9
-, hosp. of St. Bart., 189
-, workho., 208

Bristowe:
-, Ant., 172
-, Wm., and his w. Cath., 172

Brittany, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

Brixworth (Northants.), prebend, see Salisbury: cath. ch.

broad cloths, 208

Broad Town (in Clyffe Pypard and Broad Hinton), 62, 105, 107–8, 110, 113–14, 116–17, 119
-, boundaries, 105, 107
-, cts., 116
-, curate, 117
-, farm, 113
-, man., 113, 117, 119
-, prot. nonconf., 118
-, tithing, 113

Broad Town Trust, 113, 119

Broc, Sewel del, and his w. Maud, 94

Brogden:
-, Jas., 74
-, John, 74

Bromham:
-, chant., 94, 145, 148
-, chaplain, 94

Bromley, Sir. Thos., 28, 49

Brooke (Brook):
-, C. L., 229
-, Edw., Baron Cobham, 111
-, Geo., Baron Cobham, 111
-, Joan, see Braybroke
-, John, Baron Cobham, 111
-, Sir Thos. (fl. c. 1392–4), and his w. Joan, 24
-, Thos., styled Baron Cobham (d. 1439), 111
-, Thos., Baron Cobham (d. 1529), 111
-, Wm., Baron Cobham, 111
-, fam., 111

Broughton Gifford, 208

Brown (Browne):
-, A., 59
-, (or Were), Agnes, w. of Rob. (d. 1570), 206
-, Alex., 131
-, Algernon, and his w. Susanna, 112
-, (or Were), Clement, 131
-, Geo. (fl. 1875), 93
-, Geo. (fl. 1911), 93
-, Hen. (fl. c. 1850), 194
-, Hen. (fl. 1904), 73
-, J. W., 112
-, (or Were), John, 112
-, John (d. by 1743), 74
-, John (fl. 1778), 56
-, John (fl. 1796), 94
-, John (fl. c. 1825), 74
-, John (d. 1839), 93
-, John (fl. earlier 19th cent.), 228
-, John (d. c. 1850), 194
-, John (d. by 1856), 85
-, Lawr., 86
-, Marg., m. Cornelius Cornwallis (d. by 1674), 131
-, Mark, 74
-, Mary (fl. 1848), 118
-, Mary (fl. 1901), 76
-, Reg. Pearce, 56
-, (or Were), Ric. (d. 1577), 131, 206
-, (or Were), Ric. (d. by 1592), 131
-, (or Were), Ric., s. of Clement, 131
-, Ric., s. of John (d. by 1743), 74
-, (or Were), Rob. (d. 1570), 131, 206, 219, 224, 228
-, Rob. (fl. 1625), 206
-, Rob. (fl. 1652, ? same), 206
-, Rob. (fl. 1658, another), 206
-, S., 93
-, Sam., vicar of Ramsbury, 44
-, Steph., 210
-, Thos. (fl. 1561–9), 96, 189
-, (or Were), Thos. (d. 1599), 206
-, (or Were), Thos. (d. 1608), 206
-, Thos. (d. 1625), 206
-, Thos. (several of the name, fl. 1780– 1831), 56
-, Thos. (fl. 1851), 74
-, Thos. (d. c. 1900), 74
-, Thos. Pearce, 56
-, W. A., 73
-, W. E. N., 76, 112
-, Wm. (fl. 1739), 74
-, Wm. (fl. 1809), 74
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1815–31, ? same), 57
-, Wm. (d. 1835), 74
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (d. 1835), 74
-, Wm. (fl. 1837), 74
-, Wm. (fl. 1838–45, ? same), 112
-, Wm. (d. 1908), 73–4
-, Wm. (d. 1953), 73–4, 76
-, fam. (several of the name), 74, 94, 114–15, 194

Brownjohn, Ric., 122–3

Bruce:
-, Chas., Lord Bruce, Baron Bruce, earl of Ailesbury, 23, 129, 216
-, Eliz., see Seymour
-, Thos., earl of Ailesbury, 131–2, 219–20
-, fam., 213

Brudenell (afterwards BruceBrudenell, Brudenell-Bruce), Thos., Baron Bruce, earl of Ailesbury, see Brudenell-Bruce

Brudenell-Bruce:
-, Chas., earl (later marquess) of Ailesbury, 130, 171–2, 178, 213, 220
-, Geo., marquess of Ailesbury (d. 1878), 172, 178, 211
-, Geo., marquess of Ailesbury (d. 1961), 129–32, 169, 171–2, 178, 206–7, 211
-, Mic., marquess of Ailesbury, 92
-, (formerly Brudenell, BruceBrudenell), Thos., Baron Bruce, earl of Ailesbury, 130–1, 169, 172, 177–8, 203, 206, 220, 227

Bruges, Wm. of, and his w. Alice, 123

Bruning (fl. 1066), 189

Brunsden:
-, Eliz., 155
-, Hen., 155
-, John, 155

Brunskill, J. S., 56

Buchan, Mrs. R., 74

Buckeridge, Job, 155

Buckhurst, Baron, see Sackville

Buckinghamshire, see Eton Coll.

Buckwell, John, vicar of Broad Hinton, 117

Budd, H. H., 190

building society, 18

bull, 207

bungalows, 16, 18, 47, 53, 70, 128, 153, 193

Burbage, 28
-, Savernake sta., 163

Burdett:
-, Angela, see Burdett-Coutts
-, Sir Fras. (d. 1844), 20, 22, 26, 55, 59
-, Sir Fras. (d. 1892), 20, 48
-, Sir Fras. (d. 1951), 20, 23–4, 26, 43, 48, 76
-, Sir Rob., 20
-, fam., 20–1, 73

Burdett-Coutts (formerly Burdett), Angela, Baroness Burdett-Coutts, m. Wm. Bartlett (later BurdettCoutts-Bartlett-Coutts), 43, 53, 59

Burdett-Coutts-Bartlett-Coutts:
-, Angela, see Burdett-Coutts
-, (formerly Bartlett), Wm., 43, 59

Burdett-Fisher:
-, (formerly Fisher), Sir Bertie Drew, 20
-, F. R. D., 20, 48, 73
-, Marjorie Frances, w. of Sir Bertie Drew, 20, 43, 48, 50, 73
-, fam., 23, 48, 50

burel (cloth), 208

burgages, 16, 32, 203, 206–7

Burgess:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Fletcher, 206
-, Cecily, m. Jas. Worthington, 206
-, Cecily, w. of Isaac (another), m. 2 Wm. Master, 206
-, Dan. (d. 1679), rector of Collingbourne Ducis, 225
-, Dan. (fl. 1681), 60, 84
-, Isaac, 206
-, Isaac (another), 206

burgesses, see Calne; Cricklade; Marlborough; Oxford; Winchester

Burghersh:
-, Bart., Lord Burghersh (d. 1355), 129
-, Bart., Lord Burghersh (fl. 1362), 129

burial ground, 164; and see Marlborough: cemetery

burnbaked land, 146

Burney (or Upper Axford), see Axford

Burrows, J. S., 129

Busati, Hubert, 131

Bush:
-, Thos. (fl. early 16th cent.), 131
-, Thos. (fl. 1507–8, ? same), 154, 157
-, Thos. (fl. 1557), s. of Wm. (d. before 1557), 131
-, Wm. (d. before 1557), 131
-, Wm. (another), 56

Bushton, see Clyffe Pypard

Butcher, Fred., 74

Butler:
-, C. D., & Co., 95
-, Geo., 100
-, Steph., 100
-, W. S., 100

Butler Bros., 93, 99

Butterfield, Wm., 84, 149

Button:
-, Ambrose, 95
-, Wm. (d. 1549), 95, 172
-, Wm. (d. 1591), 95

Buxton:
-, Geo. Pocock, rector of Mildenhall, 136
-, Mrs., 136

Byfield, Mrs. M. A., 228

bylaws, see Marlborough: borough

Byrhtelm (fl. 801–5), 130

C.

Cadbury Schweppes, 142

Calcraft:
-, Arabella, m. Wm. St. Quintin, 130
-, John (d. before 1769), 129
-, John (fl. 1780), 129
-, John (d. by 1830), 129–30
-, Thos. (fl. 1776), 129
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1829), 129
-, fam., 129

Calley:
-, Eliz., see Keck
-, John Jas., 109
-, Thos., 109

Calne, Wm. of, and his w. Sarah, 110–11

Calne, 104, 201, 226
-, as address, 103
-, burgesses, 152
-, guild steward, 152
-, hosp. of St. John, 112

Calne hundred, 62

Calstone:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Darell (d. between 1439 and 1453), 28, 31–2, 49
-, John of, and his w. Marg., 94
-, Laur., 28
-, Phil. of, 94
-, Rog. of (d. c. 1292), 28
-, Rog. (d. c. 1342), 28–9
-, Thos., 28, 49
-, Wal. of, 94

Calton, Paul, 57

Calvinists, 'Peculiar', 226

Cambridge, earl of, see Edmund

Cambridge University, 142, 154
-, King's (formerly St. Nic.'s) Coll., 76, 142, 146, 154, 158, 160
-, Peterhouse, master of, see Edmunds
-, St. Nic.'s Coll., see Cambridge University: King's Coll.

Cambridgeshire, see Grafham

Camden, Wm., 138

Cameron, Mrs. C. B., 121

candle making, 41

candlewick, 81

Candy, R. T., 23

Cane, Wm., 205

Canning, fam., 146, 148, 156

Cannings, All, 100

Cannings, Bishop's 100

canon law, breaches of, 44, 60, 221

Canterbury, abp. of, see Walter, Hubert

Capel:
-, Chris., 31
-, Sarah, see Pocock
-, Wm., 31
-, Wm. (another), 31

Capital & Counties Bank, 210

carcasses, inspectors of, 52

Cardeville:
-, Adam de, 131
-, Thos., 131
-, Wal. de, 131
-, Wm. de (d. before 1222), 131
-, Wm. de (fl. 1275), 131

Carey, Edw., 94, 145

Carlton:
-, Ant., 31
-, John, 31

Carmelites, 206, 223

Carnarvon, earl of, see Dormer

Carr, Dr., 194

Carrant:
-, Anne, 26
-, Jas., 26

Cartwright, fam., 148

cast concrete, 164

Casterton:
-, Eliz., m. Nic. Freton, 96
-, Geof., 95
-, Ric., 95, 102
-, Ric. (another), 96
-, fam., 96

Castle Combe, 109, 130
-, barony, 109, 130, 185

castles and palaces, see Clarendon;
-, Devizes; Hertford; Marlborough; Membury; Ramsbury; Westminster: Savoy; Windsor

Caswell:
-, Diana, 75
-, Tim., 75

Catcomb (in Hilmarton), 62, 66, 97, 101

Catherine (of Aragon), queen of Hen. VIII, 169, 187

Catherine (Howard), queen of Hen. VIII, 121, 129, 169, 171–2, 187, 194

Catherine (Parr), queen of Hen. VIII, 129, 169, 171–2, 187

cattle, shorthorn, 114

cattle fairs, 40

Cauntelo:
-, Geo. de, 144
-, Maud de, 144
-, Millicent de, m. Eudes de la Zouche, 144
-, Wm. de, 65

Caux, Isaac de, 21

Cecil, Rob., earl of Salisbury, 171

cemetery, see Marlborough

cert money, 63, 66, 158, 180

Chaddington:
-, Edm., 172
-, Jas., 172
-, Thos., 172
-, Wm., and his w. Bridget, 172

Chaddleworth (Berks.), see Poughley

chair factory, 70, 82

chairmakers, 82

Chalk, L. W. J., 194

Châlons, bp. of, see Wm., count of Perche

Chamberlain:
-, Lilian, 46
-, R. A., 22–3
-, S. G., 46
-, Staines, 97
-, Wal. Sam., 45

chamberlains (borough), 212

Chandler:
-, Anne, 74
-, Ric., 74
-, Thos. (d. 1902), 74
-, Thos., s. of Thos. (d. 1902), 74
-, Thos., s. of Wm., 74
-, Thos. Hicks, 74
-, Wm., 74

chantries, see Bromham; Marlborough: ch. of St. Mary, ch. of St. Peter; Ogbourne St. George; Ramsbury

chapels:
-, Carmelite, 222
-, free, see Marlborough Castle: barton; Winterbourne Monkton
-, manorial, see Avebury; Axford; Bincknoll; Bincknoll: Little Town; Hinton, Broad; Littlecote; Membury; Ramsbury
-, mortuary, 164
-, royal, see Marlborough Castle: barton

Chapman, fam., see Hitchcock

Charity Commissioners, 46

Charlcote (in Bremhill), 226

Charles I (Chas., prince of Wales), 72–3, 170, 201

Charles II, 212

chases, see Aldbourne; Everleigh; free chase; Ramsbury; Stitchcombe

cheese factors, 209, 211

cheesemongers, 209, 211

Cheltenham (Glos.), 210

Cherhill, 119

Chesterman, John, 94

Chetwode, Phil., Baron Chetwode, 26

Chetwynd:
-, Hester, see Kent
-, John, Vct. Chetwynd, 173

Chichester (Suss.), cath. ch., canon of, see Neel

Chilton Foliat, 12, 15, 18, 28, 30, 35, 38 rectory, 42

chiminage, 208

Chippenham, 201, 228

chirograph chest and chirographers, 208

Chiseldon, 160
-, as address, 198
-, vicars, see Baker, John; Meyrick, Edwin
-, and see Badbury

Chiseldon Grain Dryers, 143

Christadelphians, 226

Christian, Ewan, 10

Church:
-, Geo., 76
-, Geo. (? another), 76
-, Rob. (fl. 1790), 76
-, Rob. (d. 1804, ? same), 73
-, Rob. (fl. 1837), 76
-, Rob. (d. 1852, ? same), 73
-, Rob. (d. 1861), 73, 76
-, Theodosia, 73
-, Thos. (fl. 1809), 76
-, Thos. (fl. 1855, ? another), 76
-, Thos. (fl. 1875, ? same), 76
-, Wm., 6

Church Commissioners, 5–6

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons), 45, 118

church, redundant, 222, 224

Churchill:
-, John, duke of Marlborough, 143, 171 his w. Sarah, 96

Cirencester (Glos.):
-, abbey, 65, 92–3, 97–8, 101–2, 194, 196–7
-, canons, 101–2

Cirencester Newspaper Co. Ltd., 205

Cistercians, 180–1

civil engineer, 200

civil engineering, 210

Civil War, see Aldbourne; clubmen; Hinton, Broad; Marlborough; Mildenhall

Clare:
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 143
-, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 143

Clarendon, palace, 175

Clark (Clarke):
-, J. W., 170
-, John, vicar of Hungerford, 45
-, John (fl. c. 1704), 113
-, John (fl. 1779), 150
-, Lucy, see Goddard
-, —, 144
-, fam., 170

Clatford (in Preshute), 62, 65–6, 160–1, 163, 165, 173, 175, 178–9, 181
-, agric., 178–9
-, bridges, 165, 179–80
-, Clatford Bottom, 161
-, Clatford Down, 179
-, Clatford Farm (formerly Clatford Hall), 173
-, cts., 180
-, cust. tenants, 178
-, farm, 173, 178–9
-, inc., 179
-, man., 172 n, 173–4, 178–81
-, mill, 165, 179
-, place name, 165
-, pop., 165
-, (or Hullavington), priory, 173, 180
-, chap., 173
-, farmer, 179
-, keepers, 173
-, water meadows, 179
-, woodland, 179

Clay, Mrs. J., 206

clay pipe making, 209

Cleeter, fam., 115

Clench (in Milton Lilbourne):
-, Clench Common, 175
-, tithes, 11

clerk, royal, 171

Cleves, Anne of, see Anne

Clifford:
-, Anne, suo jure Baroness Clifford, m. Phil., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1650), 20
-, Rog. de, 48
-, Rog. de (another), 166

Clinton (or Fiennes), Edw., earl of Lincoln, 76

clock makers and clock making, 41, 209

clocks (church), 222, 224

Closed Brethren, 226

cloth industry, 201, 208

cloth mill, 177, 208

Clothier, F., 22

clothiers, 177, 208, 227–8

clothmaking, 40, 208, 217

clothworking, 8

clubmen, 198; and see Civil War

clubs (sports), see Marlborough; Wilts. Co. Cricket Club

clubs and societies (social and political), see Beckhampton; betterment of the poor, society for; building society; Marlborough; Marlborough independent and constitutional association; prosecuting society

Cluniac, 191

Clyffe:
-, John, 188
-, Wm. of, 143

Clyffe Pypard, 91, 95, 105, 113, 184, 192
-, Broad Town, q.v.
-, Bushton, 3 n, 5 n
-, curates, 191
-, man., 95
-, Stanmore, q.v.
-, tithes, 105
-, vicars, 191

Clyvedon:
-, John, 143
-, Marg., m. Peter Courteney, 143

coach makers, 210

coach trade, 209–10

coaches:
-, mail, 210
-, post, 210

coaching, 209–10

Coate, see Liddington

Cobham:
-, Hen., Lord Cobham, 95, 110
-, John (d. 1300), 95, 110
-, John, Lord Cobham (d. 1355), 110
-, John, Lord Cobham (d. 1408), 110–11
-, Maud, see Columbers
-, fam., 95, 111
-, Barons, 111; and see Braybroke; Brooke; de la Pole

Codrington, Rob., 113

coffee house, see Marlborough

Coker:
-, Hen., 10
-, Thos., prebendary of Bishopstone, 10
-, Thos. (another), vicar of Bishopstone, 10–11

Coleman, Tobias, 217; and see Colman

Colemore, H., 154

collar makers, 40–1

Collingbourne:
-, Joan (or Jane), m. Jas. Lowther, 172
-, Wm., 171–2, 179

Collingbourne Ducis, 77
-, rectors, see Burgess, Dan.; Francis, Chas.
-, rectory, 225

Collins, Mr., 112

Collinson, John, 182

Colman, John, 184; and see Coleman

Coln St. Aldwyns, see Williamstrip

Columbers:
-, Mat., 95, 110–11
-, Maud, w. of Mat., m. 2 Hen. Cobham, Lord Cobham, 110
-, Mic., 110

Colville, John, 96

Combley:
-, E., 94
-, J. E., 94

commodities (less common), see garlic; iron; steel; wine; woad

common marsh, see Axford; Knighton; Ramsbury

common meadows, see Avebury; Beckhampton; Bishopstone (in Ramsbury hund.); Kennett, East; Knighton; Manton; Ogbourne Maizey; Ogbourne St. Andrew; Whittonditch

commons, overseers and supervisors of, 9, 180

commuting to work, 69, 107, 210

Compton:
-, Wm., and his w. Werburgh, 112
-, Wm., Lord Compton, 112
-, fam., 170

Congregationalists, 45, 52, 104, 225, 228

Constable, Ric., 113, 116

constables, 9, 41
-, borough, 212, 214
-, hund., 41
-, royal, see Marlborough Castle: constables

construction materials (less common), see cast concrete; mathematical tiles; shuttered concrete

convalescent home, 164; and see hospitals

Cook (Cooke):
-, John, 39
-, Ric., vicar of Aldbourne, 83
-, Sam., 177
-, Steph., 40
-, Thos., and his w. Alice, 132

Cooper:
-, A. C., 143
-, Anne, see Weston
-, C. B., and his w. M. F., 194
-, Rebecca, m. — Cox, 121
-, Rob., 121
-, Sam., 121
-, Sam., s. of Sam., 121
-, W., 164
-, Wm., 121
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 121

Cor:
-, Oliver, 74
-, Rob. (d. by 1716), 74
-, Rob. (fl. 1694–1710, ? same), 81, 183, 222
-, Rob. (d. 1724), 74, 222
-, Rob., s. of Rob. (d. 1724), 74
-, Wm., 81, 183
-, fam., 81

Cornialles, John de, 32

Cornwall:
-, Bridget, m. Sir Wm. Jordan, 132, 143
-, John, 132, 143

Cornwallis:
-, Cornelius (d. by 1674), 131
-, Cornelius (another), 131
-, Marg., see Brown

coroners:
-, borough, 212, 214–16
-, county, 216

Corsham, see Hartham

corsiclemen, 146

Cotel, Ellis, 143

Cotmarsh (in Broad Hinton), see Bincknoll

cottages:
-, estate, 108
-, 'model', 53

Cotton:
-, Sir John Hynde, 220
-, Sir John Hynde, s. of Sir John, 220

cotton, 208

cotton spinning, 208, 217

council houses, 5, 16, 18, 43, 47, 53, 70, 90, 108, 127, 139, 153, 164, 185, 193, 204, 207, 219

Courage, Frank, 155

Courteney:
-, Marg., see Clyvedon
-, Peter, 143

Courtman, Patricia E. G., 136

courts, see under places; and see Aldbourne: Aldbourne Chase; eyres; King's Bench; law hundred; (s.v. Marlborough: borough) quarter sessions; morrow speech, cts. of; pie powder cts.; record, ct. of; vert and venison, ct. of; Wiltshire: assizes, county cts., petty sessions, quarter sessions

Cousins, Mary, 228

Coventry, John of, 31

coverage, 208

Cowing, Geo., 145, 174

Cowley, Wm. Gregory, 225

Cox:
-, Rebecca, see Cooper
-, Wm., 51

Crabb, fam., 225

Craven:
-, Wm., Baron Craven (d. 1791), 7
-, Wm., Baron (later earl of) Craven (d. 1825), 7, 55

Craven:
-, barony, 55
-, earldom, 55

Cressett, Edw., 220, 223

cricket and cricket pitch, 204

Cricklade, 41
-, burgesses, 19

Crispin:
-, Maud, see Wallingford
-, Miles, 113, 141, 147, 171
-, Wm., 96

Cromwell:
-, Oliver, 212
-, Thos., earl of Essex, 191, 197

Crook:
-, Geo., 131
-, John (d. c. 1509), 131
-, John (fl. 1760–7), 208
-, Nic., 142
-, R., 95
-, Ralph, 144
-, Rob., 131
-, Wm., 95
-, Mr. (? John fl. 1760–7), 208
-, Mr. (fl. 1929), 130

crops (less common), see hemp; watercress

Crosby:
-, Anne, 48
-, Mary, ? m. Jonathan Knackstone (d. 1728), 48
-, Thos., 48

Crosse:
-, Sir John, 55
-, (formerly Goodsalve), John, 55
-, John Crosse Goodsalve, 55
-, Mary, see Godfrey

crosses, see Aldbourne; Marlborough

Crouch, Steph., 27

Crown Estate Commissioners, 132, 177

Crowood estate, 25–6, 28, 36, 56, 80

Croydon (Surr.), 183

Crundall, Noel Bechely, 30

Cummins, J. P., 206

Cundell, Ric., 228

Cunetio, 63, 127, 161

Curle:
-, John, and his w. Frances, 195
-, Sarah, m. Rob. Mellior, 195
-, Wal., rector of Mildenhall, bp. of Rochester, bp. of Bath and Wells, 136–7

Curnick, Rob., 143

Currie:
-, Hilda, see Hambury
-, Sir Jas., 75

curriers, 40–1, 209

Curzon, Mary, 120

Cuss, Wm., 85

customs and services, see herd's ale

Cutler, F. S., 200

Cutt, John, 93

'Cynete' (battle), see Kennett, East

Cynewulf, king of Wessex, 128

D.

damages, claims for, 213

Damerham, North, hundred, 196

Daniell (Daniel):
-, Geof. (d. c. 1561), 171, 206–7
-, Geof. (d. 1681), 171
-, Mary, 28
-, Rachel, m. Thos. Fettiplace, 171
-, Wm. (d. 1604), 171–2, 219
-, Wm. (d. 1621), 171
-, Wm. (fl. 17th cent.), 171
-, Wm. (d. 1698), 171
-, fam., 171

D'Aranda, Benj., 220

Darell:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1530), 28, 44, 78
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1549), 28, 37, 49, 194
-, Eliz., see Calstone
-, Sir Geo., 28, 78
-, Wm. (d. between 1439 and 1453), 28, 31–2, 49
-, Wm. (d. 1589), 28–9, 49, 194
-, fam., 31, 38, 41, 49–50
-, as sheriffs of Wilts., 30

Darling:
-, Fred., 95, 100
-, Sam., 95–6, 99–100

Davenant, John, bp. of Salisbury, 83

Davies (Davis):
-, Edm., see Batson, Thos.
-, John, 228
-, Thos., see Batson
-, W. H., vicar of Avebury, and his w. Eliz., 101
-, Wm., 24, 26

Davy:
-, Thos., 6
-, fam., 6

Dawkins, Hen., 57

Dawson:
-, Crosby, 56
-, fam., 129

Day:
-, R. B., 57
-, R. N., 57
-, Mr., 27
-, fam., 40

day labourers, 98

Deane, John, 170

debt, pleas of, 66, 213

debts, recovery of, 212

de Caux, see Caux

deer, 37–8, 73; and see fallow deer

Delamaine, Edw., 226

Dell:
-, E., 177
-, J., 177

Delme, Peter, 55

Dempster, Mary, see Woolland

Denham, Mr., 98

Dennis, J. F., 26

Dent, Hen., vicar of Hannington, 44–6

deodands, 63

Department of Education, 227

Derby, earl of, see Ferrers

Despenser:
-, Aline le, see Basset
-, Sir Hugh le (d. 1265), 187
-, Hugh le, earl of Winchester, 128, 167, 187
-, Isabel le, m. Sir Ralph de Monthermer, Lord Monthermer, 167
-, fam., 113

Devereux:
-, Frances, see Walsingham
-, Rob., earl of Essex, 49

Devizes, 72, 201, 208, 219, 224, 226
-, as address, 210
-, castle, 166
-, Rom. Catholic ch., 150

Devon, earls of, 95; and see Reviers

Devonshire, see Exeter

Dewar, J. A., 95, 100

Dickinson, Ric., 228

Digges:
-, Eliz., see Goddard
-, Ric., 75

Dinton, 184

diseases, see plague

Dismars:
-, Agnes, m. — Sloper, 194
-, Chris., 194
-, John, 194
-, Nic., 194
-, fam., 194, 196

Dismore:
-, Alex., 23
-, Martha, m. Edw. Francis, 23
-, Ric., 23
-, Ric. (another), 23

disorder, 80, 103, 146, 156, 175, 190, 215

distraint, immunity from, 212

Dixon, S. B. & H. P., 210

Dixon & Co., 210

dog, 217; and see greyhounds

Domesday Book, 5, 32, 37, 86, 119, 122, 134

Dominy, Ethel Mary, 184

Dore, fam., 8

Dormer, Chas., earl of Carnarvon, 20

Dorset, earl of, see Sackville

Dorset, 18, 48; and see Gillingham; Iwerne Minster; Sherborne

Dover, Hugh of, 171

Downton, see Hamptworth

Doygnel:
-, Agnes, see Borden
-, Sir Peter, 111

Drake, Chas., 164

Draycot Foliat, 157
-, man., 142, 171

Dreux, Rob. de, 166

Drewe:
-, Anne, 144
-, Dorothy, 144
-, Joan, m. John Hurlebatt, 144
-, Joan, w. of Nic., 144
-, Nic., 144
-, Rob., 144

drugget maker, 208

Duck, Steph., 170 n

Dudmore Farm Co., 73

Dunche:
-, Deborah, w. of Wal., m. 2 Sir Jas. Mervyn, 92 n
-, Maria, w. of Wm. (fl. 1582), 92, 195
-, Wal., 91, 92n
-, Wm. (fl. 1582), 91–2
-, Wm. (fl. 1640), 91–3, 96, 194
-, Wm. (d. 1666), 94, 98
-, fam., 92

Dunershe, Wm., 194

Dunstanville:
-, Adelize de, see Lisle
-, Reynold de, 109, 130, 185, 187, 191
-, Wal. de, 187

Dunston, Mr., 101

Dunworth hundred, 141

Durnford:
-, Ric. of (fl. 1219–41), 28
-, Sir Ric. of (fl. 1258), 28
-, Rob. of, 28
-, Rog. of, 28
-, fam. (two of the name), 28, 155

Dursley (Glos.), 205

Dutchman, 81

dyehouse, 176, 208

dyer, 208

Dyke:
-, Dan. (d. by 1729), 94, 96
-, Dan. (another), 94
-, Margery, 94
-, Mary, 94
-, Susan, m. John Skinner, 94
-, Thos. Webb, 94

E.

Eahlmund, bp. of Winchester, 130

Earth, Rog., 136

East Anglia, bp. of, see Beaufay

Eastbury:
-, Cath. of, 31
-, John of (d. 1374), 31, 35
-, John (fl. 1432), 31
-, Thos. of, 31

Eastridge (in Ramsbury), 12, 15, 18, 32–3, 35, 37
-, agric., 35
-, cust. tenants, 32, 51
-, Eastridge Ho., 18, 31
-, farms, 15, 35–7
-, man., 27, 31–2, 35
-, tithing, 19, 22, 27, 41
-, pop., 19
-, woodland, 13

Eastrop:
-, Evelyn of, m. David of Witchampton, 31
-, John of, 30
-, Rog. of, 30
-, Rog. of (another), 30

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 5–8, 10, 75, 83, 112, 197, 223

Ede, Bertram, 24

Eden, Jos., 210

Eden & Son, 210

Edenbridge (Kent), 209

Edgar, King, 120, 123, 185

Edmar (fl. 1066–86), 96

Edmonds, Chris., 11

Edmund (of Langley), earl of Cambridge, duke of York, 187

Edmunds, John, vicar of Aldbourne, master of Peterhouse, 83

Edred, King, 128

Edric (fl. 946–7), 141, 153

Edric (fl. 967–75, ? same), 185

Edric (fl. 1066), 95, 99

Edward the Elder, 194
-, ? his w., see Elfleda

Edward I, 167, 175

Edward III, 168, 171, 187

Edward IV, 142, 187

Edward VI, 94, 169

Edward ('Plantagenet'), duke of York, 187

Edwardes:
-, Dorothy, m. Cuthbert Sherbrooke, 143, 147
-, Geo., 143, 150
-, J. D., 148
-, Nora, 143, 147

Edwards:
-, Jos., vicar of Preshute, 182
-, Mrs. L. M., 129
-, Mrs. Owen, 155
-, R. H., 129

Edwards & Sons (Inkpen) Ltd., 27

eels, 175

Egerton, Seymour Wm. Arthur John, earl of Wilton, 20, 22–3

egg packing factory, 82

egg production, 147

Egremont, earls of, see Wyndham

ejectment, 213

Elcombe, see Wroughton

Elcot, Rob. of, 171

Elcot, see Preshute

Eleanor (of Brittany), grddau. of Hen. III, 167

Eleanor (of Provence), queen of Hen. III, 63, 82, 166–7, 169, 205

electric lighting, 218

electrical circuits manufacture, 41

electricity generating, 177

electricity station, see Marlborough

Electricity Supply Nominees, 75

Elfleda, ? m. Edw. the Elder, 194

Elfric, John s. of, see John

Eliot-Cohen, C. E., 25

Elizabeth I, 22

Elizabeth (dau. of Edw. IV), queen of Hen. VII, 169, 187

Elizabeth (Woodville), queen of Edw. IV, 72, 169

Ellis the engineer, 168

Ellis:
-, John, 75
-, Rob., 75
-, Rog., 75

Elvyngton, Sim., vicar of Aldbourne, bishop suffragan of Salisbury, 83

Emneberg, Bart. de, 143

engineering, see agricultural engineering; civil engineering; general engineering; precision engineering

England, marshalcy of, 188

entertainment, see bands; Marlborough: cinema; orchestra; theatres

entry, 213

entry and assault, 213

Ermin Street, 13, 52–3, 55, 58, 60, 63, 67

Ernle:
-, Edm., 121 n
-, Sir Edw., 40
-, Mic. (fl. 1657), 121
-, Mic. (fl. 17th cent., ? same), 155
-, Sir Mic., 40

escheator:
-, borough, 212
-, county, 31, 219

Essex:
-, Edw., 49
-, Sir Thos., 49
-, Sir Wm., 49

Essex, earls of, see Bohun; Cromwell; Devereux

Essington, Wm., 113

Estcourt:
-, Eleanor, see Sutton
-, Thos. Grimston Bucknall, 96

Esturmy:
-, Hen., 37
-, John, 49–50
-, Sir Wm., 49, 75, 131

Ethelred, King, 194

Ethelric, bp. of Selsey, 165, 168

Eton Coll. (Bucks.), 173
-, provost of, see Steward

Eustace, s. of King Steph., 166

Eustace, parson of 'Wootton', 206

Eustace, Nic., 32

Evans:
-, Arthur, 154
-, Ellen, m. John Launce, 154
-, Gabriel, 154
-, Hen., 154
-, John, 154

Eve, recluse, 182

Evelyn, John, 109, 204

Everard, Alex, nephew of, see Alexander

Everard, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Everard:
-, Eliz., see Ramsbury
-, Marg., m. Thos. of Ramsbury, 24
-, Sir Wm., 24

Everleigh, 77–8
-, chase, 78

Ewe, John, 112

Ewelme (Oxon.):
-, honor, 141, 152, 154
-, cts., 152

Ewias, Rob. of, 145

Exeter (Devon), 210
-, bp., see Grandison, John de
-, dean, see Landon, Whittington

eyres:
-, forest, 201, 212
-, general, 201, 212

F.

factories, see chair; egg packing; furriery; fustian factory; rope factory; silk manufactory; tanneries

fairs, see agricultural fairs; agricultural shows; Aldbourne; cattle fairs; hiring fairs; Marlborough; pleasure fairs; Preshute: St. Margaret's; Ramsbury; wake

fallow deer, 78; and see deer

Farleigh Hungerford (in Norton St. Philip), 132

Farley:
-, Geo., 95
-, J., 95

Farman, Ellis, 32

Farmer, S. W., 38

Farr, A. E., Ltd., 210

Farthing, A. T., 92

Fathers, Arnold, 206

fellmonger, 209

felonies, trial of, 214

felons' goods, 63

felony, 212

feltmonger, 208

Ferrers:
-, Isabel de, m. 1 Gilb. Basset, 2 Reynold de Mohun, 128
-, Sibyl de, see Marshal
-, Wm. de, earl of Derby, 128

Fettiplace:
-, Rachel, see Daniell
-, Thos., 171
-, Thos., s. of Thos., 171

field systems, see Aldbourne; Avebury; Axford; Baydon; Bishopstone; Kennett, East; Langdon Wick; Ogbourne St. Andrew; Rockley; Snap; Upham, Upper

Fiennes:
-, Ingram de, and his w. Isabel, 167
-, and see Clinton

Fifth Monarchy man, 137, 225

Filiol:
-, Agnes, see Hall
-, Eliz., see Hall
-, Maur., 23
-, Nic., 23

Finch:
-, Chas., earl of Winchilsea, 129
-, Charlotte, see Seymour
-, Heneage, earl of Aylesford, 169
-, John (fl. 1678), 56
-, John (fl. 1778), 56
-, John (fl. c. 1796–c. 1809), 57
-, Sarah, see Nourse
-, Steph. (fl. 1705–26), 56
-, Steph. (fl. 1736), 56
-, Wm., 57
-, fam., 56

finishing processes, 208

fire brigade, see Marlborough

fire precautions and services, 212, 217–18
-, fire brigade, fire station, see Marlborough

fires, see Aldbourne; London: Great Fire; Marlborough; Ramsbury

firing ranges, 151, 153

fish, 208; (less common), see bream; eels; herrings; pike; trout

Fisher:
-, Sir Bertie Drew, see Burdett-Fisher
-, Ric., 121
-, Wm., 121, 123

fisheries, 175

fishing, see Axford; free fishing; Preshute; Ramsbury

fishpond, see Marlborough Castle: barton

FitzCount:
-, Brian, 141, 154
-, Maud, see Wallingford

FitzGilbert:
-, John, 165–6, 174
-, Sibyl, see Salisbury

FitzHubert, Rob., 166, 168

FitzJames:
-, Ann, w. of Geo., m. 2 Edm. Percival, 173
-, Geo., 173

FitzWarren, Sir Ives, 144

Fleming:
-, John, 32
-, Maud, 32

Fletcher:
-, Anne, see Burgess
-, Anne (another), 206
-, (later Boughey), Sir John Fenton, 55
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1708), 206
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1812), 55

Flexborough:
-, Picot of, 172
-, Rob. of, 172

Flexborough, see Manton

flints, 123

Foliot:
-, Hen., 142
-, Ralph, 142
-, Sir Sampson, 142, 171

football and football pitch, 204

Ford, see Baydon

fords, 165, 200

foreign residents, see Dutchman; Frenchmen; Irishmen

Forestry Commission, 20, 132

forests, see Ramsbury; Savernake

Forster (or Hutchins), Rob., 221

Forty, Thos., 210

Forz, Isabel de, ctss. of Aumale, see Reviers

Foster, Sir Mic., 201

Fotheringhay (Northants.), coll., 91, 95, 142, 187

foundries, see Ramsbury

Fowler, Chris., vicar of Reading, 45, 84

Fox:
-, Geo., 225
-, Hen., Baron Holland (d. 1774), 6, 187–8
-, (later Vassall Fox), Hen., Baron Holland (d. 1840), 6
-, Hen. Edw., Baron Holland, 6, 174, 187
-, Mary, w. of Hen. Edw., 174, 187
-, Steph., Baron Holland, 6
-, Steph., Baron Ilchester, 188
-, fam., 7

Fox-Powys, L. W. H., see Powys

foxes, 135

Foxhill, see Wanborough

France, Isabel of, see Isabel

France, Louis of, see Louis

France, Marg. of, see Margaret

France, see Bec-Hellouin; Nogent-leRotrou; St. Georges de Boscherville; St. Victor en Caux

franchises, see liberties

Francis:
-, Chas., rector of Collingbourne Ducis and of Mildenhall, 137–8, 221, 223
-, Edw., 23
-, Martha, see Dismore
-, Ric., 25
-, Miss, 23

Franciscan, 110

Franklin (Franklyn):
-, Cecily, 122
-, Holland, 194
-, Joyce, 122
-, Ric. (fl. 1583), 111
-, Ric. (d. 1597, ? same), 121–2
-, Ric. (d. 1634), 121–3
-, Sarah, 221, 223, 228
-, Thos., 112
-, Thos., s. of Thos., 112
-, Wm., 121

Fransalians, see Missionaries of St. Francis de Sales

fraternities (brotherhoods), see Aldbourne; guilds; Ogbourne St. George

Free:
-, Thos., 161
-, W. E., & Sons Ltd., 173
-, fam., 123

free chase, 78

free fishing, 51

free warren, 5, 37, 51, 53, 78–9, 110, 129, 194

Freeman:
-, Thos. (d. 1637), 23
-, Thos. (another), 24
-, fam., 225

freemasonry, see Marlborough

Frenchmen, 172, 201, 208

Freton:
-, Eliz., see Casterton
-, Nic., 96

friendly societies, see Marlborough

Frome (Som.), 210

Frost:
-, Oliver, 154
-, Tim., 154

Froxfield, 15, 17, 39
-, Rudge, 12
-, vicarage, 42

Fulk, Herb. s. of, see Herbert

fullers and fulling, 134, 208

fulling mills, 39–40, 134–5, 176–7, 208

Funteynes, Imbert de, and his w. Maud, 110

furniture manufacture, 82

furriery, 40

fustian factory, 70, 81

fustian manufacturers and manufacture, 63, 81, 208

fustians, 208

Fyfield (in Overton), 62, 101, 123

G.

G.W.R., 11, 163, 199, 210

Gabbit:
-, Alethea, see Richmond
-, Jos., 30

Gage, Sir John, 191

Gale:
-, A. W., 129, 176
-, A. W., (Bees) Ltd., 176
-, J. H., 155
-, —, 155
-, fam., 146, 156–7

Gale & Ainslie Ltd., 129

gallows, 41, 65, 101, 135, 196, 213–14

Gane & Co., 124

Gantlett, E., 112

gaols, see prisons

gardens, 21, 30, 165, 169–70

Gardiner, Wm., 154

Garland, J. Peake, 92, 94

garlic, 208

Garlick:
-, Edw., 172
-, Judith, 172

Garrard, Ric., vicar of Ramsbury, 44

Garrard & Co., 176

gas lighting, 218

gas works, see Marlborough

Gaunt, John of, see John

Gaunts Estate Company, 187

Geary, E. P., 55

general engineering, 176

Gentry:
-, Eliz., 73
-, F. C., 73
-, Marg., 73

Geoffrey, count of Perche, 72

Geoffrey son of Pain, 91, 142

George, J. G., 183

Gerard, John, 75

Geraud, Osmund, see Thrup

Gibard, Gilb., 194

Gibbons, Grinling, 20

Giddins, Fred. Chas., 26

Gilbert, Chas., 84

Gilbertines, 124, 167, 171–2, 177–8, 180

Gillett & Johnston, 183

Gillingham (Dors.), prebends of, see Salisbury: cath. ch.

Gilmore:
-, Cath., 25
-, Cath. (another), m.—Miller, 55
-, John, 25
-, Mary, w. of Rob. (fl. 1705), 55
-, Paul, 45
-, Rob. (fl. 1677), 22
-, Rob. (fl. 1705), 55
-, Thos., 23
-, Mrs., 22
-, fam., 45

Glanville:
-, Sir John (d. 1661), 109
-, John (fl. 1709), 109–10
-, Wm., 109

Glass:
-, Ric. (fl. 1696), 191
-, Ric. (another), rector of Winterbourne Bassett, 191

Glastonbury (Som.), 195
-, abbey, 65, 128, 132, 174, 192, 194–7 bailiff, 196

Gloucester:
-, Durand of, 112
-, Isabel of, see Isabel

Gloucester:
-, dukes of, see Humphrey; Richard
-, earls of, see Clare

Gloucester, 45

Gloucester and Bristol, bp. and diocese of, 9

Gloucestershire, 157; and see Cheltenham; Dursley; Gloucester; Poole Keynes; Quenington; Shipton Moyne; Tewkesbury; Williamstrip

glovers and glovemaking, 40, 201, 209

Goddard:
-, A. L., 73, 75
-, David, 226
-, Edm., 144
-, Edw. (fl. 1635–c. 1708, ? two of the name), 188
-, Edw. (fl. 1657), 74
-, Edw. (d. 1676), 144
-, Edw. (d. 1679), 144
-, Eliz., m. 2 Ric. Digges, 75
-, Eliz. (another), m. Edm. Goddard, 144
-, Eliz. (another), m. —Smith, 144
-, F. P., 73, 75
-, Fras., 154
-, Joan, 173
-, John (d. c. 1507), 156–7
-, John (d. 1557), 27, 34, 75–6, 188
-, John (d. 1635), 144, 188
-, John (d. before 1729), 144
-, Lucy, m. — Clarke, 144
-, Ric. (d. 1614), 75, 84, 193
-, Ric. (d. 1668), 173
-, Steph., 11
-, Thos. (fl. 1455), 156
-, Thos. (d. 1517), 159
-, Thos. (fl. mid 16th cent., three of the name), 179
-, Thos. (d. 1598), 75, 85, 96, 100, 188
-, Thos. (d. c. 1598, another), and his w. Winifred, 173
-, Thos. (fl. 1614), 144
-, Thos. (fl. 1653, ? same), 144
-, Thos. (fl. 1703), 11, 96
-, Thos. (d. by 1796), 10–11
-, Vincent (fl. 1553), 156
-, Vincent (d. c. 1644), 144
-, Wm. (fl. 1525), 156
-, Wm. (d. 1603), 144
-, Wm. (d. 1604), 144
-, fam. (several of the name), 75, 96, 132, 146, 173, 179, 191

Gode (fl. 1066), 131

Godfrey:
-, Anne, 55
-, Jane, 55
-, Mary, m. Sir John Crosse, 55
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Goodsalve, 55
-, Wm., and his w. Mary, 55

Godstow (Oxon.), abbey, 112, 115

Goldcliff (Mon., later Gwent), priory, 111, 114

Goldsmith:
-, John, 94
-, Rachel, 84, 86
-, Thos., 94

goldsmith, 217

Goldyer, J., 229

golf, golf clubs, golf courses, 151, 153, 204, 207

Goodall:
-, Alex., 55
-, Alex. (another), 55
-, Anne, 55
-, Wm., 55

Goodhind, John, 171–2, 206, 208

Goodsalve:
-, John, see Crosse
-, Sarah, see Godfrey
-, Wm., 55

Goodwin, G. J., and his w., 173

Gore Lane, see Baydon

Gosling:
-, John, 183
-, Mr. (? same), 160

Gough:
-, Wm., 132
-, Wm. (another), 225

Grafham (Hunts., later Cambs.), rector of, see Hepworth

Grafton, Rob., rector of Mildenhall, 132

Granby, marquess of, see Manners

Grandison:
-, John de, bp. of Exeter, 144
-, Sir Peter de, 144
-, Sir Wm. de, and his w. Sibyl, 144

Greader:
-, H., 194
-, Wm., 93–4

green, Rob. at the, see Robert

Green:
-, John, 144
-, Mat., 144
-, Rog., rector of Preshute, canon of Salisbury, 182
-, Sim., 144
-, Thos., 206
-, Wm., 144

Greenfield, Adam, 159

Gresley, Wm., 228

greyhounds, 175

Griffen:
-, John (d. 1715), 93
-, John (d. 1733), 93
-, John (fl. 1780), 155
-, Mary, m. John Banning, 93
-, fam., 93

Griffith:
-, Abel, 49
-, Jane, see Pile

grindstones, 208

Grinfield:
-, Edw., 145
-, Steddy, 145
-, Wm., 145

Groom, Jas., 155

Grose, Wm., 93–4

Grove:
-, Fras., 75
-, John, 75
-, Nic., 155

Grove Bros., 155

Grubbe:
-, Thos., 97
-, Wal., 97, 100
-, Wm., 97
-, (formerly Hunt), Wm., 97
-, Wm. Hunt, 97

Grunenberg, fam., 194

guilds, see fraternities; Ludlow; Ramsbury

Guise:
-, Jane, m. Shute Barrington, 121
-, Jane (another), see Saunders
-, Sir John, 121
-, Wm., 121

Gundry, T. S., 229

Gunuld, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Guy, Ant., 96

Gwent, see Goldcliff

Gytha (fl. 1066), 72

H.

Habgood, Edwin, 155

Hackpen Hill, 62, 105, 107, 114–15, 138, 161, 184–5, 189–90, 193, 196

Hacun (fl. 1066), 110

Hainault, Philippa of, see Philippa

Hall:
-, Agnes, m. Maur. Filiol, 23
-, Anne, see Stafford
-, Eliz., m. Nic. Filiol, 23
-, Eliz. (another), 154
-, Hen. (fl. 1456), 23
-, Hen., s. of Hen. (fl. 1456), 23, 37
-, Hen. (fl. 1481), 143
-, Joan, see Winslow
-, John, 143
-, John (another), 22
-, Nic., 143
-, Nic., rector of St. Peter's, Marlborough, 168
-, Thos. (d. 1515), 143
-, Thos. (d. before 1577), 143
-, Wm., 143

Hambro's Bank Executor Trustee Co. Ltd., 142

Hambury, Hilda, m. Sir Jas. Currie, 75

Hamilton, W. K., bp. of Salisbury, 124

Hammond:
-, Mrs. A., 223
-, John, 215

Hampshire, 18; and see Andover; Netley; Southwick; Upton Grey; Winchester; Winchfield

Hampstead Marshall (Berks.), 109–10

Hamptworth (in Downton), 120

Hancock:
-, Anne, m. T. B. M. Baskerville, 55, 73
-, Mrs. H. M. F., 73
-, John, 55, 73
-, T. M., 229
-, Thos. (d. 1788), 225
-, Thos. (d. 1865), 201
-, Thos., & Co., 210
-, Wal., 201
-, Mrs., 55

Hannington, vicar of, see Dent

Harden, Wm. of, 177

Harding (fl. 1066–86), 143, 147

Hare, Sarah, Lady Coleraine, see Seymour

hare coursing, 139

hare warrens, 37, 175

Harepath Way, 63, 89, 185

hares, 135, 175

Harestone Down (in East Kennett and Stanton St. Bernard), 120, 123

harness maker, 156

Harold, Earl (later King), 72, 141

Harold, E., 205

Harris, Eliz., 229

Harrison, Hen., 223

Hart (Harte):
-, Frances, see Lydiard
-, John, 131
-, Wal., 201

Hartham (in Corsham), 144

Harvey:
-, Sir Jas., 194
-, Mary, m. John Popham (d. 1636), 194
-, Sir Sebastian, 194

Hastings:
-, Edw., Lord Hastings, 129, 136
-, Geo., earl of Huntingdon, 129
-, Mary, see Hungerford

hatmaking, 98; and see straw-hat maker

Hawes, Fras., 22, 49, 96, 171

Hawkes:
-, Hannah, m. John Ward, 142
-, Sam., 142, 146

Hawkins:
-, Sarah, 105
-, —, 24

Hayne, Thos., 60, 76

Hayward:
-, B., 74
-, Cath., w. of Thos., 76
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Perfect, 76
-, Thos., 76

health of towns association, 218

Heath, Fred., 194

Hedges, Thos., 7

Helm:
-, John, 25
-, Wm. (fl. 1286), 25
-, Wm. (fl. 1331), 25

hemp, 8

hemp dresser, 209

hempen cloth manufacture, 209

Henley, Harry, see Love

Henry I, 65, 91, 165

Henry II, 65, 166, 168, 201

Henry III, 65, 92, 166–8, 171–2, 180, 187, 208, 211

Henry IV (Hen. of Lancaster, earl of Derby), 167–9, 188, 205, 208

Henry VII (Hen. Tudor), 113, 172

Henry VIII, 38, 169, 171

Henslow:
-, Cath., w. of Thos., 94, 97
-, Ralph, 97
-, Thos., 94, 97

'Henton', 110

Hepworth, John, rector of Grafham, 6

Herbert (fl. 1086), 19

Herbert son of Fulk, 207

Herbert:
-, Anne, see Clifford
-, Hen., earl of Pembroke, 22, 49, 187
-, Mary, w. of Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1630), 20
-, Phil., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1650), 20, 73, 75
-, Phil., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1669), 73, 79
-, Phil., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1683), 19, 73, 136
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1570), 19–21, 78, 121–2, 136, 172–3, 178, 187, 191, 194, 219
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1630), 22, 75, 187
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 73

herd's ale, 155

herdsman, 207

Hereford:
-, earldom, 188
-, earls of, see Bohun
-, honor, 188

Herman, bp. of Ramsbury, 42

hermits, see anchorites

herrings, 208

Hertford:
-, earldom, 131
-, earls of, see Clare; Seymour
-, marquesses of, see Seymour

Hertford Castle, 79

Hertfordshire, see Wheathampstead

Hethcote, Ralph, rector of St. Peter's, Marlborough, 223

Heward:
-, Sarah Lydia, see Selby
-, Thos. Lockwood, 94

Hewett (Hewitt):
-, Geo., 209
-, Wm., 123

Hewlett:
-, John (d. c. 1666), 172
-, John (d. c. 1679), 172

Heytesbury, 132

Hicks, R. C., 112

hide leather production, 209

Highway, Ric. of, and his w. Scholace, 56

highways, surveyors of, 9

Highworth, 7

Highworth and Swindon poor-law union, 9

Hildebrand, Ric. s. of, see Richard

hill, Wm. at the, see William

Hill:
-, H. E., 130
-, Hester, 86
-, Rowland, 225
-, Wm., 229

Hilldrop (in Ramsbury), 15, 19, 24, 32, 35, 41
-, farm, 20, 24–5, 33, 35–6
-, inc., 33
-, man., 24–5, 30, 33, 44
-, man. ho., 19, 25
-, place name, 15
-, Saxon settlement, 15

Hillier (Hillear):
-, Jas., 26
-, Wm. (fl. 1710), 132
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (fl. 1710), 132
-, Wm. (fl. 1804), 26

Hilliker, Mrs., 228

Hilmarton, see Catcomb

Hinton:
-, Sir Hugh of, 110, 116–17
-, Ric. of (fl. 1194), 110
-, Ric. of (fl. 1253–8), 110–11, 116
-, Wm. of, 110

'Hinton', 116 n

Hinton, Broad, 62–3, 66, 101, 105–19, 106, 184, 191
-, adv., 116–17
-, agric., 113–14
-, Bincknoll, q.v.
-, boundaries, 105, 107
-, Broad Town, q.v.
-, Broadtown Hill, 105, 107, 115
-, chap., 110
-, chaplain, 116
-, char., 118–19
-, ch., 62, 105, 107–8, 116–18, 193
-, Civil War, 109
-, Cotmarsh, see Bincknoll
-, cts., 116
-, curate, 117
-, cust. tenants, 113–14
-, dom. archit., 108
-, farms, 109–14
-, glebe, 114, 117
-, glebe ho., 117
-, Hackpen Hill, q.v.
-, Highden, 113
-, Hinton Columbers, 107
-, Hinton Wase, 107
-, inc., 114
-, inns, 108
-, Little Town, see Bincknoll
-, man., 95, 109–14, 130, 188
-, the Manor, 108–9
-, man. ho., 107, 109
-, poor relief, 116
-, poorho., 116
-, pop., 107
-, prehist. rem., 107
-, prot. nonconf., 118
-, rector, 110, 117
-, rectory, 110
-, roads, 107
-, Romano-Brit. settlement and rem., 107; and see Bincknoll: Bincknoll Castle
-, schs., 108, 118, 192, 198
-, streams, 105, 113
-, tithes, 105, 110–13, 115, 117
-, tithings, 66, 105, 107–8, 116
-, Uffcott, q.v.
-, vicarage, 116–17
-, vicarage ho., 108, 117
-, vicars, 105, 116–18; and see Buckwell; Parys, John; Rham
-, water meadows, 105, 113
-, white horse, 105

Hinton, Little, 1 n, 3, 9, 11–12, 32 n
-, rector, see Lloyd, Nowes
-, sch., 11

hiring (mop) fairs, 40, 212

Hitchcock:
-, Chas., 195
-, Jas., 94
-, John, 195
-, M. P., 94
-, Mary, see Stretch
-, P., 94
-, Wm. (fl. 1651), 170
-, Wm. (fl. 1658, ? same), 225
-, Wm. (d. by 1854), 195, 198
-, —, 94
-, fam., 170, 225
-, (or Chapman), fam., 177, 179

Hobbs, Edw., 96

Hobby, J. A. E., 74

Holford:
-, Geo., 95
-, Geo. Lindsay, 95
-, Peter, 95, 99
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1718), 91–2, 93 n, 95–6, 105
-, Ric. (fl. 1730), 92, 95
-, Rob. (fl. 1731), 95
-, Rob., s. of Rob. (fl. 1731), 95
-, Rob. (d. 1838), 95–6
-, Rob. Staynor, 95
-, Sam., 92
-, Staynor, 92, 98
-, Susanna, w. of Sir Ric., 92, 104

Holland, Barons, see Fox

Holloway, Rob., 191

Honewin (fl. before 1086), 121

honey retailing, 176; and see bee farming

Honeybee Farmers Ltd., 176

honors, see Ewelme; Hereford; Marlborough; Wallingford; Winchester

Hony, Hen., 155

Hooke, Rob., 20

Hopkins:
-, J. W., 93
-, John, 93
-, John Wm., 93
-, Mr., 93

Horne, A. A., 30

Horner, Thos., and his w. Susanna, 188

horse fair, 211

horse racing, 38

Horshill, Wm., 31

Horton (Houghton):
-, H. J., 109, 112, 194
-, Jas., 187
-, John, 187
-, R. D., 109
-, R. W., 109, 111–12
-, S. J., 112
-, W. K., 188
-, Wm., 188
-, fam., 190

Hosier, A. J., 36

Hosier Estates, 187–8

Hoskins:
-, Wm., 73
-, Wm. (another), 73

Hospitallers (knights of the hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem), 174

hospitals:
-, isolation, 153, 164, 218
-, leper, 171
-, medieval, see Marlborough: hosp. of St. John the Baptist; Preshute: hosp. of St. Thos.
-, modern, see Preshute
-, and see convalescent home

Houghton, see Horton

Houlton:
-, Eliz., 194
-, Jos., 194

housing estates (private), 108, 164–5, 204

Howard, Cath., see Catherine

Howse:
-, Reynold, 96
-, Rob., 96
-, Rob., s. of Rob., 96

Howson:
-, Hen., 94
-, Hen. (another), 94
-, Sarah, see Walter

Hubert, Fras., vicar of Winterbourne Monkton, 198

Hues:
-, C. N., 95, 97
-, Rob., 95
-, Rog., 95, 97, 100

Hughes:
-, John, 201
-, Solomon, and his w. Eliz., 113
-, Wm., vicar of St. Mary's, Marlborough, 201, 221, 225, 227

Hugill:
-, Miss E. M., 184
-, Miss R., 184

Hugolin (fl. before 1086), 128

Huish:
-, man., 154, 223
-, rector, 223

Hulbert, Frances, 73

Hullavington, priory of, see Clatford: priory

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 63, 168–9, 173, 205, 223

Humphries:
-, Charlotte, 111–12
-, Emily, 111–12

hundredal jurisdiction, 1, 66

hundreds, see Blackgrove; Calne; Damerham, North; Dunworth; Kingsbridge; Marlborough Castle: barton; Ramsbury; Selkley; Thornhill

Hungerbourne (stream), 138, 141, 161

Hungerford:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Thos. (fl. 1469), m. 2 Hugh Vaughan, 129
-, Anne, w. of Sir Wal. (d. 1596), 28
-, Ant., 129
-, Sir Edw. (d. by 1522), 136
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1607), 129
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1648), 129
-, Sir Edw. (fl. 1673), 129
-, Frideswide, 143
-, Marg., see Botreaux
-, Mary, suo jure Baroness Botreaux, m. Edw. Hastings, Lord Hastings, 129, 136
-, Rob., Lord Hungerford, 129, 143
-, Rob., Lord Hungerford and Moleyns, 129, 136
-, Thos. (fl. 1368, two of the name), 23
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1397), 129
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1469), 129
-, Wal., Lord Hungerford (d. 1449), 129, 136
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1516), 136
-, Wal., Lord Hungerford (d. 1540), 129, 136
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1596), 28, 129–30
-, fam., 129, 132

Hungerford (Berks.), 30, 38, 46
-, poor-law union, 42, 59, 82
-, vicar, see Clark

Hunt (later Hunt Grubbe), Wm., see Grubbe

Hunter & Son, 41

Huntingdon, earl of, see Hastings

Huntingdonshire, see Grafham

Hurditch and Harding, Messrs., 145

hurdle making, 41

Hurlebatt:
-, Joan, see Drewe
-, John, 144

Hurst:
-, Everard of, 24, 30
-, Rog. of, 24, 30

Hussey:
-, J. H. W., 109
-, J. P. L., 109
-, R. J., 109

Hutchins:
-, Rob., see Forster
-, Thos., 174, 188–9

Hyams, H. J., 20

Hyde:
-, John, 203
-, Sir Nic., 203 n
-, Wm., 28
-, fam., 203, 225

I.

Icknield Way, 3

Ilchester, Baron, see Fox

Iles, Mr. and Mrs., 112

Illingworth, Thos., 76

impresario, 143

improvement society, see Marlborough

inclosure, see under places and Marlborough: Port field

Independents, 11, 46, 52, 60, 84, 103, 150, 159, 183, 225, 228

indiarubber industry, 201

Indingeburg, Wal. de, 96

industries, see (for cross references) trades and industries

infangthief, 65, 157, 212

Ingham:
-, Aubrey of, w. of John of, see Walerand
-, Joan, m. 1 Rog. Lestrange, Lord Strange, 2 Miles de Stapleton, 120
-, John of, 120
-, Sir Oliver de, 167
-, Oliver, Lord Ingham, 120

Ingram, Ric., 76

inns, see under places

inoculation, 217

Irishmen, 201, 208

iron, 208

iron founding, 15, 41, 82

Isabel (of Angoulême), queen of King John, 168, 171

Isabel (of France), queen of Edw. II, 63, 167, 187, 205

Isabel (of Gloucester), queen of King John, 166

Isabel, empress of Fred. II, 166

Iwerne Minster (Dors.), vicar of, see Topping

J.

Jacobite, 220

Jamaica and St. Domingo, governor of, see Williamson

James II, 30, 170

Jane (Seymour), queen of Hen. VIII, 187

Jatt, Edw., 40

Jeans, D. M., 129–30

Jeffreys, Mark Geo. Chris., Baron Jeffreys, 26

Jenner, L. C. D., 92

Jennings:
-, Eliz., see Stafford
-, John, 22

Jewell, John, bp. of Salisbury, 83

jewellery design and manufacture, 41

Jews, 203, 208

Joan (of Navarre), queen of Hen. IV, 110–11, 173, 219

Joan, dau. of Edw. I, m. Sir Ralph de Monthermer, Lord Monthermer, 167

Joan at the marsh, 32

Joel, J. B., 73

John, King (count of Mortain), 160, 166, 168, 172, 176–7, 199, 205–7, 210, 212

John, duke of Bedford, 142, 154, 158

John (of Gaunt), duke of Lancaster, 72

John son of Elfric, 206

John son of Robert at the marsh, 32

John, Wal. s. of, see Walter

John, canon of Wells, 207

John, chaplain of Little Town, 111

John:
-, A. H., 111
-, Lewis, 75

Jones:
-, A. E., 26
-, Arthur, 92
-, D., and his w., 109
-, D. J., 26
-, Edm., 148
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Jones (formerly Langham), 19, 59
-, Hen., 121
-, John, 145
-, P. E., 26
-, Ric. (d. 1685), 19, 73
-, Ric. (d. 1736), 19, 22–4, 40, 50, 52, 57, 73, 75
-, Ric. (fl. 1798–1873, several of the name), 92
-, Sam., 19, 73, 75
-, Wm. (fl. 1586), 133
-, Wm. (d. 1611), 144
-, Wm. (d. 1632), 145
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1682), 19–20, 22, 73
-, Wm. (d. 1753), 19, 50
-, Wm. (d. 1766), 19
-, (formerly Langham), Sir Wm., 19, 21, 40
-, fam. (two of the name), 20–1, 37, 51, 55, 59, 73, 133

Jordan:
-, Bridget, see Cornwall
-, Sir Wm., 132

justice business, see assault; assault and battery; bastardy; ejectment; entry; entry and assault; larceny; offences (for cross references); paupers, removal of; trespass; trespass and assault; trespass on the case

justices of the peace, see Marlborough: borough; Wiltshire

K.

Keate:
-, Gilb., 5–6, 11
-, Sir Jonathan, 6

Keck:
-, Ant. Jas., 109
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Calley, 109
-, Eliz., see Legh

Keen, Harward, 229

Keiller:
-, Alex., 87, 89–90, 92, 94
-, Gabrielle, 90

Kemm:
-, Jas. (fl. 1746–96, ? two of the name), 154
-, Jas. (fl. 1843), 95
-, John, 154
-, Mary, see Appleford
-, Wm., 154

Kendrick, Mat., 5

Kennet district, 216

Kennet, riv., 12–13, 39–40, 51–2, 62–3, 81, 86–7, 105, 119–20, 125, 133, 161, 165, 170, 175–8, 184, 192–3, 199–201, 209, 219

Kennet, Upper (benefice), 101, 116, 123, 191, 197
-, rector of, 117

Kennet valley, 105, 107, 113, 161, 165, 184, 192, 200, 227

Kennett:
-, Hen. of, 122
-, Thos. of, 96

Kennett (regional name), 66, 86, 91, 96, 101, 119–21
-, mill, 101
-, place name, 119

Kennett, East, 46, 62, 66, 86, 88, 91, 96, 101, 104, 119–25
-, adv., 123
-, agric., 119–20, 122–3
-, boundaries, 119
-, bridge, 120
-, char., 124–5
-, ch., 119–20, 122–4, 161
-, common meadow, 122
-, curacy, 123
-, curates, 123–4; and see Badger
-, cust. tenants, 122
-, 'Cynete' (battle), 120
-, dom. archit., 120
-, East Kennett Manor, 121
-, farms, 121–3
-, field systems, 119–20, 122
-, Furze Hill, 119, 123
-, glebe, 123–4
-, glebe ho., 124
-, Harestone Down, q.v.
-, inc., 122
-, Langdean Bottom, 119–20, 123
-, Lurkeley Hill, 119
-, Manor Farm Ho., 120–2
-, man., 93, 120–2
-, man. ho., 120–1; and see East Kennett: East Kennett Manor
-, mills, 123
-, place name, 119
-, poor relief, 123
-, pop., 120
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 120, 122
-, prot. nonconf., 124
-, rectors, 123
-, rectory, 123
-, roads, 120
-, sch., 120, 124
-, Thorn Hill, 119–20, 122–3
-, tithes, 122–3
-, vicarage, 123
-, vicarage ho., 120
-, woodland, 122

Kennett, West (in Avebury), 62, 66, 86–7, 91, 96–7, 101–2, 119, 121, 124
-, agric., 100
-, boundaries, 100
-, bridge, 89
-, chap., 102
-, cust. tenants, 100, 102
-, dom. archit., 91, 97
-, farms, 97, 99–100
-, inc., 100
-, inn, 91
-, the Kennett Avenue, 87, 89, 91
-, man., 96–7, 100
-, mills, 101
-, Overton Hill, 87, 101
-, place name, 119
-, pop., 91
-, the Sanctuary, 87, 89–90
-, Swallowhead Springs, 87
-, West Kennett long barrow, 87, 89
-, woodland, 87

Kennett Brewery, 100–1

Kent:
-, Hester, m. John Chetwynd, Vct. Chetwynd, 173
-, John, 72
-, Ric., 72

Kent, see Edenbridge

kerseys, 208

Kilpeck:
-, Hugh of, 144–5
-, Isabel of, m. Wm. Walerand, 144
-, Joan of, m. Phil. Marmium, 144
-, Mazire of, w. of Hugh, 144

King:
-, Bryan, vicar of Avebury, 103–4
-, C. J., 228
-, Mrs. D., 187
-, Nic., 23, 40
-, Ric., 23, 40, 74

King, Gosling, & Tanner, 210

King's Bench, 201

Kingsbridge hundred, 62, 105

Kingston:
-, Edw., 39
-, Thos., 57

Kingswood, John, canon of St. Mary's priory, Studley, 221

Kington St. Michael, priory, 112, 117

Kinnimond, Hen., prebendary of Bishopstone, 10

Kinwardstone hundred, 62

Kirby:
-, Benj., 195
-, Grace, see Mellior

Knackstone:
-, Jonathan (fl. 1689), 26
-, Jonathan (d. 1728), 48
-, Jonathan (fl. 1736), 26
-, Jonathan (fl. 1752), 26
-, Mary, m. Thos. Appleford (d. 1763), 48
-, ? Mary, ? w. of Jonathan (d. 1728), see Crosby
-, Steph., 26
-, Thos., 26

Knight:
-, Hen., 60
-, John, 5–6
-, Peter, 9

Knighton (in Ramsbury), 12–13, 15, 18–19, 22, 31–2, 34–5, 41, 53
-, agric., 35
-, bridge, 18, 35
-, common marsh, 35
-, common meadow, 35
-, farm, 31, 35–7
-, inc., 33
-, man., 31–2
-, place name, 15
-, Saxon settlement, 15

Knovill, John de, rector of Mildenhall, 137

Knowles, Sir Fras., 92

Knyvet, Sir Hen., 28

L.

labour rate, 190–1

Lacock, abbey, 65, 75, 79, 82, 112, 115

Lacy:
-, Alice de, ctss. of Lincoln and Salisbury, m. Sir Ebles Lestrange, 128
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, 72, 82, 128
-, Marg. de, see Longespée

Lambourn (Berks.), 12–13, 36–7, 45, 60

Lambourn, riv., 13

Lancaster:
-, duchy, 72, 143
-, duke of, see Gaunt

land use (less common), see burnbaked land; 'sonderlond'

Landon:
-, J. W. R., vicar of Bishopstone, 10
-, Whittington, prebendary and vicar of Bishopstone, dean of Exeter, 10

Lane, Anselm, 93

Lanfear:
-, Ambrose, 23
-, Chas., 23
-, Mary Jane, 46, 124

Langdon Wick (in Preshute), 62, 160, 165, 173–4, 179–81
-, agric., 179
-, farm, 174, 179
-, field system, 179
-, man., 173–4, 181
-, prehist. rem., 179

Langham, Wm., see Jones

Langley, Thos., dean of York, 142

larceny, 187, 213

Lasne, Hugh, 121

lastage, 210

Launce:
-, Ellen, see Evans
-, John, 154

Lavington:
-, Emme of, w. of Reynold of, 189
-, Reynold of, 188–9
-, Thos. (d. c. 1815), 121
-, Thos. (d. 1827), 121

law hundred, 1, 41–2, 52, 59

Lawrence:
-, A. W., 74
-, Elijah, 121
-, John (fl. 1628), 203
-, John (fl. 1947), 74
-, fam., 225

Lawson, Jos., 178

Lawton, R. N., 73–5

Leader, Fred. Jas., 48

Leaf, Herb., 218, 228

leather:
-, inspectors of, 40
-, sealer of, 41

leather cutters, 209

leather trades, 40–1

leazelookers, leazetellers, 9, 33, 42

Lees-Millais, J., 145

Legh, see Leigh

Leicestershire, see Stoughton

Leicestershire sheep, 122

Leigh (Legh):
-, Eliz., m. 1 Ant. Jas. Keck, 2 Wm. Bathurst Pye Bennet, 109
-, Sir John, 96
-, Martha, see Bennet
-, Peter, 109–10

Leland, John, 12, 20, 37, 87

Lestrange:
-, Alice, see Lacy
-, Sir Ebles, 128
-, Joan, see Ingham
-, Rog., Lord Strange, 120

Leueclai (fl. 1066), 120

Leuric (fl. 1066–86), 96

Levenoth son of Levenoth, 206

Lewes (Suss.), priory, 76, 191

Leyborne-Popham:
-, Edw. Wm., 26, 29
-, Fras., 29
-, Fras. Wm., 29, 194
-, Hugh Fras. Arthur, 29

liberties (franchises), 1, 9, 41, 208, 210, 212–13; and see chiminage; coverage; distraint, immunity from; felonies, trial of; felons' goods; free chase; free fishing; free warren; gallows; infangthief; lastage; murage; outfangthief; passage; pavage; peage; pedage; pesage; pickage; pontage; quayage; return of royal precepts and mandates; return of summonses to the exchequer; return of writs; sac and soc; stallage; suit, freedom from; toll, freedom from; toll and team; tolls; treasure trove; vee de naam, pleas of; waifs

libraries, 205, 219, 222; and see reading rooms

licences to wall and crenellate, see Ramsbury: palace

Liddiard:
-, Anne, 223
-, (or Whitelocke), Sarah, 28
-, and see Lydiard

Liddington, 221
-, Coate, 139
-, man., 143

Lilford, Baron, see Powys

Lillebon, John, 23

lime making, 38

lime quarrying, 157

Lincoln, canon of, see Wordsworth

Lincoln, earls of, see Clinton; Lacy

liquid fertilizer making, 157

Lisle:
-, Adelize, m. Reynold de Dunstanville, 109, 130, 185
-, Alice de, 171
-, Humph., 109, 113, 130–1, 134, 185
-, John de, Lord Lisle, 110
-, Rob. de, Lord Lisle (fl. 1296–1342), 110
-, Rob. de, Lord Lisle (fl. 1368), 110
-, Warin de, 110

Little Town (in Broad Hinton), see Bincknoll

Littlecote (in Ramsbury), 12, 19, 38
-, agric., 38
-, as address, 24–5, 31, 49
-, dom. archit., 18
-, farm, 38
-, inc., 33
-, Littlecote Ho., 17–18, 29–30, 29, 33
-, chap., 29, 42, 49
-, royal visit, 30
-, man., 28–32, 49, 194; and see Littlecote estate
-, man. ho., 15; and see Littlecote: Littlecote Ho.
-, mill, 40
-, park, 13, 30, 38
-, Rom. villa, 15
-, sport, 38
-, tithing, 41
-, water meadows, 38
-, woodland, 38

Littlecote estate, 23–5, 31, 35, 37–9

Lloyd:
-, J. A., 229
-, Nowes, vicar of Bishopstone, rector of Little Hinton, 10

Lloyds Bank Ltd., 210

Lockeridge (in Overton), 62, 66, 179 as address, 11

Lomax:
-, Ian, 56
-, Mary, see Woolland
-, Raymond, 56

London:
-, Eliz. of, see Lovel
-, Hildebrand of (d. c. 1288), 37, 48–50
-, Hildebrand of (fl. 1315–25), 49, 131
-, Maud of, m. Rob. of Ramsbury, 49
-, Ric. of, 49
-, Rob. of (fl. 1250), 48
-, Rob. of (d. by 1315), 49–50
-, Rob. of (d. c. 1391), 49, 131
-, Wm., ? vicar of Winterbourne Monkton, 198
-, fam., 50

London, 41, 72–4, 77, 81, 209–10, 217
-, as address, 45, 209, 211, 224
-, bp., 201; and see Basset, Fulk
-, Charterhouse, 112, 115, 142, 154, 157
-, Fleet prison, 28, 49
-, Great Fire, 11
-, Grocers Company, 11
-, mkts., 79

Long:
-, Adam, 206
-, Geo., 91
-, Sir Ric., 113
-, Rob., 113
-, Wm. (fl. in or before 13th cent.), 189
-, Wm. (fl. 1570), 113

Longespée:
-, Ela, ctss. of Salisbury, 72
-, Marg., suo jure ctss. of Salisbury, m. Hen. de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, 72, 82, 128
-, Nic., bp. of Salisbury, 50
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1226), 72, 76
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1250), 72, 75
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1257), 72

Longstreet, R. J., and his w. M., 194

Longueville, Chas., 136

looms, 208, 217

Lord Chancellor, see Bromley

Lord Chief Justice, see Popham, Sir John (d. 1607)

Louis of France (Louis VIII), 166

Love:
-, Alice, 25
-, (or Henley), Harry, and his w. Joan, 25
-, John, 25
-, Ralph, 25
-, Rob. (fl. 1299), 25
-, Rob. (fl. 1305, two of the name), 25
-, Rob. (fl. 1341), 25
-, Wal. (fl. 1241), 25
-, Wal. (fl. 1432), and his w. Joan, 25
-, Wm., 25
-, fam., 25

Loveday, W. T., 82

Lovegrove:
-, Jas., 27
-, Thos., 27

Lovel:
-, Eliz., m. Rob. of London, 49, 131
-, Fras., Vct. Lovel, 112
-, John, Lord Lovel (d. 1347), 49
-, John, Lord Lovel (d. 1361), 112
-, John, Lord Lovel (d. 1408), 49, 131, 194
-, John, Lord Lovel (d. 1414), 49
-, Maud, w. of John, Lord Lovel (d. 1408), 49, 131
-, Sim., 112
-, fam., 112

Lowther:
-, Jas., 172
-, Joan (or Jane), see Collingbourne

Lubbock, Sir John (later Baron Avebury), 89

Lucas, Chas., 103

Ludlow (Salop.), guild of Palmers, 204

Lydiard:
-, Eliz. (or Stephania Eliz.), 131
-, Eliz., w. of Steph., 131
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., 131
-, Frances, w. of John Hart, 131
-, John, 143
-, Steph., 131
-, Wm. (d. by 1712), 131
-, Wm. (fl. 1740), 144
-, Wm. Stratton, 143–5
-, fam., 146
-, and see Liddiard

Lydiard Tregoze, 119
-, Chaddington, 114
-, man., 96, 107, 111, 144

Lynch, Aylmer, vicar of Preshute, 182

Lyneham, Fred., 143, 147

Lyneham, see Bradenstoke

Lypiatt, John, 188

M.

McEvoy, Chas., 72

Maisey:
-, Rob., 39
-, W. C., 73

Maizey:
-, Geof. de, 194
-, Grace de, 194
-, Rob. de, 143, 194

Makins, P., 148

Malford, Christian, 195

Malmesbury, abbey, 96

Malpuss, Eliz., 229

maltsters and malting, 41, 82, 100, 178

Manchester, 72

Manners:
-, Chas., marquess of Granby, duke of Rutland, 169
-, Edw., earl of Rutland, 28
-, Frances, see Seymour
-, Hen., earl of Rutland, 28
-, John, marquess of Granby, 169

Mansell, W., 206

Manton, Ric. of, 171

Manton, Baron, see Watson

Manton (in Preshute), 62–3, 65, 160–1, 163–5, 170–3, 175, 177–81, 183–4, 227–8
-, agric., 177–8
-, bridges, 165
-, common meadow, 178
-, cts., 180
-, cust. tenants, 177
-, dom. archit., 165, 178
-, farms, 172–3, 177–8
-, Flexborough, 172, 177
-, inc., 178
-, inns, 165
-, man., 171–3, 177–8, 180; and see Manton estate
-, Manton Down, 163, 165, 177
-, Manton Ho., 145, 147, 165, 175, 178 as address, 100
-, mills, 178
-, pop., 164
-, roads, 165
-, streets, 165
-, water meadows, 178
-, woodland, 178

Manton estate, 172–3, 175, 178

Map, Wal., 201

March, earl of, see Mortimer

Marchant:
-, John, 132
-, Rob., 132

Mare:
-, Gregory de la (fl. 1261), 194
-, Gregory de la (fl. 1319), 194

Margaret (of Anjou), queen of Hen. VI, 169

Margaret (of France), queen of Edw. I, 63, 167, 205

Margesson, R. W., 142

market, clerk of the, 210, 212, 214

markets, see Aldbourne; London; Marlborough; Ramsbury

Marks, T. W., 111

Marlborough, Alf. of, 91, 96, 100, 144–5, 148

Marlborough, dukes of, 96; and see Churchill; Spencer

Marlborough, 13, 18, 40, 63, 78, 122, 125, 127, 134, 150, 160–1, 163–6, 168, 170–1, 171 n, 175–6, 180, 182–3, 199–229, 202, 209
-, agric., 207
-, as address, 60, 97, 150, 160, 208, 226, 228
-, Barnfield, see Preshute
-, borough (corporation, municipal borough), 63, 122, 199, 203, 205–7, 210–20, 228
-, almsho., 215, 217
-, arms, 192, 212, 216
-, board of health, 216, 218; officers, 216
-, borough (town) council, 215–16, 218–19, 228
-, borough fund, 214, 218
-, burgesses, 160, 168, 172, 177, 199, 207–8, 210–15, 219–20, 225
-, bylaws, 204, 207, 210, 212–13, 218–19
-, charters, 212–13, 215
-, commission of the peace, 212–13, 215–16
-, common council, 204, 206, 211–13
-, common councillors, 212–13
-, cts., 207, 212–14, 217, 219; officers, 213–14
-, farm, 212
-, fire brigade, 218
-, gaol, 212, 215
-, guildhall, 214–15
-, income, 214
-, incorporation, 212
-, insignia, 216–17
-, J.P.s, 212–15, 217
-, M.P.s, 219–20, 223–4
-, mayor and burgesses, 130, 144, 206–7, 210, 212, 215–16, 221–3, 228
-, mayors, 161, 172, 206, 209–10, 212–15, 217, 220–1, 223–4, 228
-, officers, 210–15, 217–18; and see bailiffs; beadle; chamberlains; constables; coroners; escheator; herdsman; market, clerk of the; serjeants at mace; town clerk; treasurer; watchmen
-, parl. rep., 219–20
-, pest ho., 218
-, plate, 217
-, quarter sessions, 212–14, 216–18
-, rates, 214, 217–19
-, seals, 212, 216
-, street cleaning, 219
-, town hall, 203–4, 213, 215–16, 218–19
-, urban sanitary authority, 216
-, wards, 203, 212, 217
-, waterworks, 219
-, workho., 215, 217
-, borough bank, 199
-, boundaries, 199, 200
-, bridewell, 164, 203, 215, 218
-, chaplains, 124, 215
-, bridges, 161, 199–200
-, cemetery, 219
-, chapelry of St. Martin, 161, 199; and see Marlborough: 'new land', St. Martin's (district)
-, char., 221, 223, 227–9
-, chs., 180–1, 203, 220–4
-, ch. of St. Martin, 182, 221
-, chaplain, 221
-, ch. of St. Mary, 144, 208–9, 220–2, 224
-, adv., 220
-, chant., 221
-, chant. priests, 221
-, curates, 221
-, Jesus service, 206, 221
-, tithes, 220–1
-, vicarage, 201, 220, 222–3, 225
-, vicarage ho., 208, 221
-, vicars, 181, 220–2, 229; and see Hughes, Wm.; Miles; Tucker, R. H.; Twells
-, ch. of St. Peter, 160, 201, 209, 220, 222–4
-, adv., 220, 222
-, chant., 144, 154, 223
-, chant., ho., 223
-, chant. priests, 223
-, curates, 224
-, Jesus service, 206, 223
-, Our Lady's service, 223
-, rectors, 222–4, 229; and see Hall, Nic.; Hethcote; Meyler; Neel; Sacheverell, Joshua; Williams, Sir Erasmus; Wordsworth
-, rectory, 182, 222–4
-, rectory ho., 221, 223
-, tithes, 222–3
-, cinema, 205
-, civil par., 199
-, Civil War, 201, 212
-, clubs (sports):
-, Marlborough Bowling Club, 204
-, Marlborough Golf Club, 204
-, Marlborough Town Football Club, 204
-, clubs and societies (social and political):
-, Marlborough and District Conservative Club, 205
-, Marlborough and District Unionist Association, 205
-, Marlborough Choral Soc., 205
-, Marlborough Club, 205; and see Marlborough: improvement society
-, coffee ho., 205
-, corn exchange, 205, 211
-, corn rails, 211
-, crosses (town), 203, 211, 215
-, dom. archit., 203–4, 209, 215, 221, 223
-, electricity sta., 218
-, estates, 205–7
-, fairs, 211–12, 217
-, fire brigade, 218
-, fire sta., 218
-, fires, 203–4, 209, 215, 218–19, 222
-, freemasonry, 204–5
-, friendly societies, 205
-, gas works, 218
-, grammar sch., 122–3, 130, 144, 173, 182, 184, 201, 204, 206, 226
-, the Green, 200, 203, 206, 208–9, 209, 211, 221, 227
-, Hermitage (ho.), 203, 225
-, honor, 62, 180
-, hosp. of St. John the Baptist, 122, 130, 144, 172, 206, 226
-, hosp. of St. Thos., see Preshute
-, improvement society, 205
-, ind., 208–10
-, information centre, 224
-, inns, 65, 203–4, 204 n, 205–6, 209–10, 214, 223; and see Preshute: Castle inn
-, Kingsbury Hill Ho. Sch., 228
-, mkts., 40, 203, 209–11
-, mkt. hos., 203, 211, 215
-, mkt. places, 211
-, Marlborough Academy, 228
-, 'Marlborough' cheeses, 209
-, Marlborough Coll., q.v.
-, Marlborough Common, 160–1, 163, 175–6, 199, 204, 207, 211, 214, 217, 219, 227
-, herdsman, 207
-, 'Marlborough' French, 201
-, 'Marlborough-handed', 201
-, Masonic Hall, 205
-, merchant guild, 208, 212
-, 'new land', 160, 181–2, 199, 203, 211, 221, 228; and see Marlborough: chapelry of St. Martin, St. Martin's (district)
-, par. (town) council, 216–17
-, par. of St. Mary, 161, 164, 182, 199, 201, 209, 211, 214, 217, 219–22, 224–9
-, char., 228–9
-, officers, 214, 217
-, poor relief, 217, 228
-, schs., 227
-, vestry, 217
-, workho., 208, 215, 217
-, par. of St. Peter, 164, 199, 201, 214, 217, 219–20, 222, 225–9
-, char., 228–9
-, officers, 214, 217
-, poor relief, 217, 228
-, schs., 227
-, workho., 208, 215, 217
-, parliament at, 166
-, parl. rep., 171, 206
-, peculiar, eccl., 181, 220
-, penthos., 204, 208
-, place name, 160, 199
-, police sta., 164, 215, 218
-, poor-law union, 101, 116, 123, 136, 149, 158, 180, 191, 196, 217
-, chaplains, 124
-, workho., 163–4, 227–8
-, pop., 201
-, Port field, 160, 176, 199, 207, 214, 219
-, inc., 207
-, post office, 219
-, prebend, see Salisbury: cath. ch.
-, priory (Carmelite), 206
-, chap., 222
-, friars, 206, 223
-, Priory Ho. (formerly the Friars, the Priory), 206
-, priory of St. Marg., see Preshute
-, prot. nonconf., 159, 183, 221, 224–6
-, public services, 217–19
-, rly. stas., see Preshute
-, rectory, see Marlborough: united benefice
-, roads, 199–201
-, Rom. Catholicism, 224–5
-, Romano-Brit. settlement and rem., 199, 222
-, rural district, 216
-, rural district council, 164
-, St. Martin's (district), 161, 206; and see (both s.v. Marlborough) chapelry of St. Martin; 'new land'
-, St. Peter's and St. Paul's Trust, 224, 228
-, schs., 161, 183, 204, 210–11, 219, 225–8; and see Marlborough: grammar sch., Kingsbury Hill Ho. Sch., Marlborough Academy, Marlborough Coll.
-, see (suffragan), 201
-, bp., 201
-, sewage works, 164, 219
-, social life, 204–5
-, sport, 204, 207, 219
-, statute of, 166
-, streets, 199, 201, 203
-, Barn St., 200–1, 203–4, 206, 209
-, Blowhorn St., 199, 203, 218
-, Herd St., 200–1, 203, 225–7
-, High St., 161, 176, 199, 201, 203–7, 208, 209–12, 215, 218–19, 224, 226–8
-, Kingsbury St., 199–201, 203–4, 207, 209–10, 209, 221, 226, 228
-, St. Martin's, 199–201, 203–4, 226
-, swimming pool, 219
-, town ditch, 199
-, town hall, 203, 208–9, 211
-, trades, 208–10
-, united benefice (rectory), 181, 220–1, 223
-, rector, 223–4
-, rectory ho., 221, 223
-, water tower, 219
-, working men's hall, 205

Marlborough Castle (in Preshute), 63, 65, 160–1, 164–9, 173–6, 180, 199, 201, 203, 205
-, Anarchy (12th cent.), 165–6
-, Barons' War (13th cent.), 166
-, barton, 148, 160, 163, 171, 173–4, 176–7, 180
-, agric., 174
-, cts., 180
-, cust. tenants, 174–5, 178, 180
-, farm, 174–6, 178, 180, 207
-, fishpond, 175
-, hundred, 62–3, 180
-, inc., 175
-, man., 169, 172, 205
-, water meadows, 175
-, buildings, 168
-, chap. (queen's), 167
-, chap. of St. Leonard, 167
-, chap. (free) of St. Nic., 167–8, 183
-, adv., 167
-, chaplains, 167
-, warden, 167
-, constables, 63, 65, 166–8, 175–6, 180, 205, 208
-, gaol, 168
-, 'king's hos.', 167–8
-, residents, 167
-, officers, 166, 176–7; and see Marlborough Castle: constables
-, prisoners in, 165–7

Marlborough College (in Marlborough and Preshute), 163–5, 169–71, 183, 199, 201, 203–4, 206, 209, 210, 215, 218, 222, 226
-, archit., 164
-, C (formerly Marlborough) Ho., 130; and see Preshute: Castle inn, Marlborough Ho.
-, governors, 169–70, 206

Marlborough & Grafton Railway, 163

Marlborough and Hungerford Express, 205

Marlborough Ceramic Tiles, 176

Marlborough deanery, 83, 136, 149, 158

Marlborough Downs, 3, 62, 161, 165

Marlborough Gas Co., 218

Marlborough independent and constitutional association, 220

Marlborough Journal, 205

Marlborough Lime Co. (formerly Perry & Hawkins), 157

Marlborough Methodist circuit, 226

Marlborough Railway, 163

Marlborough Times, 205

Marmium:
-, Joan, see Kilpeck
-, Phil., 144
-, Rob., 143

Marridge Hill (in Ramsbury), 12–13, 15, 19, 27–8, 33–6, 41, 45
-, agric., 34–5
-, Baydon Manor (formerly Marridge Hill Ho.), 19, 27, 35–6; and see Baydon Manor estate
-, cust. tenants, 33–4, 58
-, dom. archit., 19
-, farms, 15, 27–8, 35–6, 59
-, inc., 34–5
-, Marridge Hill Ho., see Marridge Hill: Baydon Manor
-, Marridge Hill Ho. (another), 19, 28, 35
-, park, 28
-, poultry rearing, 36
-, prehist. rem., 13
-, woodland, 13

Marridge Hill estate, see Baydon Manor estate

marsh, Joan at the, see Joan

marsh, Rob. at the, see Robert

Marshal:
-, Sibyl, m. Wm. de Ferrers, earl of Derby, 128
-, Wal., earl of Pembroke, 95, 109–11, 188
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1219), 128, 166, 177
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1231), 166, 177

Marston, South, 59

Martyn (Martin):
-, Gabriel, 74, 84
-, Hannah, w. of Sam., 97, 104
-, Hen., 79
-, Sam., 97
-, Thermuthis, m. Rob. Ashe, 97

Mary (of Modena), queen of Jas. II, 170

Maskelyne, Edm., 113

Maslin, Jos., 40

Master:
-, Cecily, see Burgess
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1662), 132, 143
-, Wm. (fl. 1701), 206

mathematical tiles, 204

Mathews, see Matthews

Matthew, Job, 155

Matthews (Mathews):
-, Jas., 96
-, John, 121, 123–5
-, Maria, 124–5
-, Ric. (d. 1842), 121
-, Ric. (d. 1849), 121
-, Sarah (fl. 1801–4), see Sutton
-, Sarah (fl. late 19th cent.), 125
-, fam., 124

Maud, Empress, 165–6, 207

Mauduit:
-, Ralph, 188
-, Wm., 188

Maundrell:
-, S., 142, 155
-, fam., 142

Maurice:
-, C. J. K., 170
-, D. P., 170
-, fam., 165

Maxwell, Hen., 24

May:
-, C., & Sons, 176
-, Chas. B., 209
-, Geo., & Sons, 209
-, Wm., 94

Mayo, Jas. (three of the name), vicars of Avebury, 103–4

Mears:
-, T., 224
-, Thos., 81

Mears & Stainbank, 11

medical officers of health, 216

medical practitioners, 201, 215

Mellior:
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Banbury, 195
-, Grace, m. Benj. Kirby, 195
-, Rob., 195
-, Sarah, see Curle

Mells (Som.), 195

Membury:
-, Gerard of, 30–1
-, Sir Peter of, 30, 32, 57

Membury (in Ramsbury), 15, 19, 30–3, 35, 41
-, agric., 33, 35
-, airfield, 36
-, castle, 18–19, 30
-, chap., 19, 30, 42–3
-, chaplain, 43
-, cust. tenants, 35
-, dom. archit., 19, 30
-, farm, 30, 32–3, 35–6
-, inc., 33, 35
-, inn, 19
-, man., 24, 30, 57
-, man. ho., 18–19, 30
-, Membury fort, 12–13, 15, 35
-, place name, 15
-, prehist. rem., 13, 35; and see Membury: Membury fort
-, woodland, 13, 35

mercer, 208

merchant guild, see Marlborough

merchants, 121, 130, 208

Mercinton, Rob. de, 130

Mere:
-, John of, and his w. Eleanor, 129
-, Wm. of, and his w. Cath., 143

Mereacre Ltd., 145, 148, 179–80

Meriet:
-, John de, 129, 136
-, Mary de, see Mohun

Merino sheep, 80

Merlin, 216

Merriman:
-, John, 201
-, Nat. (d. by 1743), 130
-, Nat. (d. 1781), 130
-, Nat. (fl. 1824), 229
-, R. W., 171
-, Sam. (d. 1818), 201
-, Sam. (d. 1852), 201
-, Thos., 94

Mervyn, Sir Jas., 92 n

metal workers, 41

Methodists, 52, 85, 104, 118, 150, 153, 225
-, Primitive, 11, 45, 85, 118, 150, 159–60, 183, 192, 226
-, Wesleyan, 45, 60, 85, 118, 159–60, 183, 226
-, and see Marlborough Methodist circuit

Meux:
-, Sir Hen., 92, 109, 143
-, Sir Hen. Bruce, 92, 109, 143, 173
-, Valerie, w. of Sir Hen. Bruce, 109

Meyler, Thos., vicar of Preshute, rector of St. Peter's, Marlborough, 182, 223

Meyrick:
-, Arthur, 46, 59
-, Chas., 25
-, Edw., vicar of Ramsbury, 44, 46
-, Edw. Graves, vicar of Ramsbury, rector of Winchfield, 25, 44
-, Edwin, vicar of Chiseldon, 59
-, Fred., 25
-, Hen. Howard, 25
-, Jas., 25
-, Thos., 45
-, Mrs., w. of Edw. Graves, 25

Michelborne:
-, Edw., 172
-, Laur., 172
-, Thos., 172
-, Thos., s. of Thos., 172

Michell, see Mitchell

Middlesex, earl of, see Sackville

Middlesex, see St. George's in the East; Whitechapel

Midland & South Western Junction Railway, 163

Mighell, Jos., 121–2

migration, see Swindon: migration to

Mildenhall:
-, Idony of, 221
-, Thos., 28, 35
-, fam., 28

Mildenhall, 62, 65, 125–38, 126, 161, 199–201
-, adv., 136
-, agric., 125, 132–3
-, Barnfield, see Preshute
-, Black Field, 127
-, boundaries, 125
-, bridge, 127
-, char., 137–8
-, ch., frontispiece, 125, 127, 136–7
-, Civil War, 137
-, cts., 135
-, Cunetio, q.v.
-, cust. tenants, 132–3
-, dom. archit., 127–8
-, farms, 129–30, 132–3
-, glebe, 133–4, 136
-, inc., 132–3
-, man., 23, 127–36
-, man. ho., 127–8
-, Mildenhall Ho., 128
-, mills, 125, 134
-, place name, 125
-, poor relief, 135
-, poorho., 135
-, pop., 127
-, Poulton, q.v.
-, prehist. rem., 125, 127
-, prot. nonconf., 137
-, rectors, 83, 133–4, 136–7; and see Bailey, Thos.; Buxton; Curle; Francis, Chas.; Grafton; Knovill; Morley; Newport; Pocock, Edw., John, Ric.; Soames, Chas., Gordon; Steward
-, rectory, 136–7, 225
-, rectory ho., 127–8, 136; and see Mildenhall: Mildenhall Ho.
-, roads, 125, 127
-, Romano-Brit. settlement, 127; and see Cunetio
-, Saxon settlement and rem., 127
-, schs., 52, 127, 137–8, 161
-, 'Selk' chap., 125
-, Sound Bottom, 125, 127, 132
-, Sound Copse, 51, 125, 133
-, Stitchcombe, q.v.
-, Thicket Copse, 125, 133
-, tithes, 130, 136
-, tithings, 125
-, water meadows, 125, 133
-, Whiteshard Bottom, q.v.
-, woodland, 63, 125, 133; and see Mildenhall: Sound Copse, Thicket Copse
-, Woodlands, 128–9, 133
-, as address, 23
-, ho., 130, 170

Miles, Thos., vicar of Preshute and of St. Mary's, Marlborough, rector of Poole Keynes, 182, 221

military manoeuvres, 207

Miller:
-, Cath., see Gilmore
-, John, and his w. Mary, 55
-, —, 55

Mills, Thos., 103

mills, see Aldbourne; Avebury; Axford; Beckhampton; Bincknoll; Bishopstone; Clatford; cloth mill; fulling mills; Kennett, East; Kennett, West; Littlecote; Manton; Mildenhall; Ogbourne St. Andrew; Ogbourne St. George; post mill; Preshute; Ramsbury; Stitchcombe; Thrup; windmills; Winterbourne Bassett; Winterbourne Monkton

Milton Lilbourne, see Clench

Ministry of Works, 89

mint, 165, 208

Missionaries of St. Francis de Sales (Fransalians), 225

Mitchell (Michell):
-, Alice, 154
-, John (fl. 1508), 154
-, John (fl. 1573), 96
-, fam., 154

Modena, Mary of, see Mary

Mohun:
-, Beatrice de, w. of Wm., 128
-, Isabel de, see Ferrers
-, John de, Lord Mohun (d. 1330), 129
-, John de, Lord Mohun (d. 1375), 129
-, Mary de, m. John de Meriet, 129, 136
-, Reynold de, 128, 185
-, Wm. de, 128

Moleyns, Lord, see Hungerford

Mompesson, Hen., 136

moneyer, 165

Monmouthshire, see Goldcliff

Montagu:
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1397), 110
-, Sir John (d. 1390), 144
-, Sir John, earl of Salisbury (d. 1400), 144
-, Sim. de, prebendary of Ramsbury, 43
-, Thos., earl of Salisbury, 110–11
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1344), 110
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1397), 110

Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Lord Geo. Fras. John, 26

Montfort, Sim. de, 166

Monthermer:
-, Isabel de, see Despenser
-, Joan de, see Joan
-, Sir Ralph de, Lord Monthermer, 167

Moore:
-, Geo. (d. 1729), 27, 48
-, Geo. (d. 1748), 48
-, Geo. (d. 1820), 48
-, Geo. Pearce, 27, 48
-, John (fl. 1567), 156
-, John (d. 1696), 48
-, Jonathan, 48
-, Mary, see Whityeatt
-, Wm., 27
-, fam., 27, 48

Morley, Geo., rector of Mildenhall, bp. of Winchester, 137

Mormons, see Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Morrison, Jas., & Co., 209

morrow speech, courts of, 213–14, 217, 219

Mortain, count of, see John, King

Mortimer:
-, Edm., earl of March, 173
-, Edw., 178
-, Hugh, 173
-, Ralph, 173, 179
-, fam., 173

Mosley, Sir Oswald Ernald, 26–7

Mott, Thos., 74

Moyne:
-, Eliz., m. (Wm.) Stourton, 95
-, Sir Hen. le, 95
-, Sir Hen. le (another), 95
-, Joan le, w. of Sir Hen. le, 95
-, John le (fl. c. 1340), 95
-, John le (d. by 1381), 95
-, Sir John (fl. 1428), 95

murage, 208

murder, 212

Murless, Noel, 100

museum, see Avebury: Alex. Keiller Museum

musical instruments, see organs

Mynors, Thos. Baskerville, see Baskerville

N.

Nalder:
-, John, 94
-, Rob. (fl. 1780), 94
-, Rob. (fl. 1842), 27
-, fam., 170

National House Building Materials Ltd., 157

National Trust, 89–90, 92, 94, 98

Naumann, N. C., 142

Navarre, Joan of, see Joan

Neale, Jas., 84–5

Neate:
-, F. W., 75
-, John, 74
-, S. J., 74
-, Steph., 74

Neel, Rob., rector of St. Peter's, Marlborough, canon of Chichester, 223

Neeld:
-, Sir John, 174
-, Jos., 174

Nelson, J. M., 170

Netheravon, 56

Netley (Hants), abbey, 130

Neville:
-, Anne, ctss. of Warwick, 113
-, Hugh de, 166, 176
-, Isabel de, see Walerand
-, Joan de, m. Jordan de St. Martin, 120
-, —, 120

Newburgh:
-, Gilb., and his w. Amice, 144
-, John (fl. 1428), 144
-, John (d. 1486), 144
-, Sir Rog., 144

Newbury, John, 75

Newbury (Berks.), 45, 208

Newell, Thos. Blackman, and his w. Cath., 155

Newport, Ric., rector of Mildenhall, 137

Newport (I. W.), 194

newspapers, see Andover Times and Wilts., Berks., and Hants County Paper; Marlborough and Hungerford Express; Marlborough Journal; Marlborough Times; Wiltshire Echo; Wiltshire Opinion Special

Newton:
-, Ernest, 206
-, W. G., 164

Newtown, see Ramsbury

Nicholas (fl. 1086), 96

Nicholas:
-, Edw. (fl. 1631), 73
-, Edw. (fl. 1635, ? same), 117

Nogent-le-Rotrou (Eure-et-Loir, France), priory, 74, 82

nonconformity, protestant, see Anabaptists; Baptists; Bible Christian; Calvinists, 'Peculiar'; Christadelphians; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons); Closed Brethren; Independents; Methodists; Plymouth Brethren; Presbyterians; Quakers; Salvation Army; United Reformed church

Norden:
-, John, and his w. Eliz., 121
-, Ric., 121
-, Wm., 121

Norfolk, earl of, see Bigod

Norris:
-, Geo. Wm., 93
-, Jas., 93
-, John, 93, 98
-, Wm. (d. 1717), 93–4
-, Wm. (d. 1794), 93

North, E. H., 130

North Sea gas, 218

North Wilts. Banking Co., 210

North Wiltshire Coroner's District, 216

Northampton, 209

Northamptonshire, see Brixworth; Fotheringhay

Northey, Edw., 116

Norton St. Philip (Som.), see Farleigh Hungerford

notary public, 223

Nourse:
-, Hen., 23, 129–30
-, Sarah, m. 1 Chas. Finch, earl of Winchilsea, 2 Wm. Rollinson, 23, 129

novel disseisin, 157

Noyes:
-, Joan, see Bacon
-, Wm., 25
-, —, 25

O.

Oakes, A. E., 46

Oakley, Thos., 7

occupations and professions, see bakers; bankers; bell founders; bootmakers; brewers; brickmakers; chairmakers; cheese factors; cheesemongers; chirographers; clock makers; clothiers; coach makers; collar makers; curriers; day labourers; drugget maker; dyer; engineer, civil; fellmonger; feltmonger; fullers; fustian manufacturers; glovers; goldsmith; harness maker; hemp dresser; impresario; leather cutters; maltsters; medical practitioners; mercer; merchants; metal workers; moneyer; notary public; pin makers; policemen; racehorse trainers; rope makers; sack makers; shearmen; shoemakers; spinners; stonemasons; straw-hat maker; tanners; timber merchants; tucker; warreners; weavers; willow cutters; willow square makers; woollen draper; woolmen; worsted maker

Ockwell, fam., 40–1

Ody, Thos., 112

offences, see assault; assault and battery; canon law, breaches of; ejectment; entry; entry and assault; felony; larceny; murder; treason; trespass; trespass and assault; trespass on the case; and see justice business

officers, borough, see bailiffs; beadle; chamberlains; constables; coroners; escheator; herdsman; market, clerk of the; serjeants at mace; town clerk; treasurer; watchmen

officers, local, see assize, justices of; constables (hund.); coroners (county); escheator (county); highways, surveyor of; medical officers of health; sanitary inspector; Wiltshire: sheriffs

officers, manorial (less common), see ale, taster of; bread, weigher of; carcasses, inspectors of; commons, overseers and supervisors of; leather, inspectors of; leather, sealer of; leazelookers, leazetellers; park-keeper, chief; swans, overseer of; warrens and chases, keepers of; warrener; waters and river bank, keeper of; woods, keeper of; woodward

officers, royal, see clerk, royal; Marlborough Castle: constables; Roman curia, king's orator at; serjeants, king's

Og, riv., 62–3, 125, 138–9, 141, 151, 161, 175, 199

Og valley, 138–9, 141, 145, 151, 175

Ogbourne (regional name), 138, 141–3, 153, 221
-, place name, 151
-, prebend, see Salisbury: cath. ch.
-, priory, 76, 134, 141–2, 145, 149–52, 154, 156–8
-, prior, see St. Vaast

Ogbourne Maizey (in Ogbourne St. Andrew), 62–3, 66, 138, 141, 143–4, 147–9, 151, 154
-, agric., 147
-, Bonita stables, 141, 147–8
-, bridge, 141
-, common meadow, 147
-, cust. tenants, 147
-, dom. archit., 141
-, farms, 143, 147
-, man., 143–5, 147
-, man. ho., 143
-, Ogbourne Maizey Manor, 97, 141, 143, 147–8
-, pop., 141
-, Rom. Catholicism, 150
-, water meadows, 147

Ogbourne St. Andrew, 62–3, 65, 138– 51, 140, 153, 155–6, 158, 179–80
-, adv., 149
-, agric., 138–9, 145–7
-, Barbury, q.v.
-, boundaries, 138
-, chaplain, 149
-, char., 151
-, ch., 138–9, 142, 149–50, 158
-, common meadow, 146
-, Coombe Down, 138–9, 145–6, 151
-, cts., 148–9, 157–8
-, cust. tenants, 145–6, 158
-, dom. archit., 139, 141
-, farms, 138, 142, 146, 149, 155, 179
-, field systems, 139
-, glebe, 142, 146, 149
-, inc., 146, 151
-, inn, 139
-, man., 24, 76, 141–7, 154, 156
-, mills, 147
-, Ogbourne, Little, 138
-, Ogbourne, South, 138
-, Ogbourne Down, 139
-, Ogbourne Maizey, q.v.
-, peculiar, eccl., 149
-, place name, 138
-, poor relief, 149
-, poorho., 149
-, pop., 139
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 139; and see Barbury: Barbury Castle
-, prot. nonconf., 150
-, roads, 139
-, Rockley, q.v.
-, Romano-Brit. rem., 139
-, Saxon rem., 139
-, schs., 150–1
-, Smeathe's Ridge, 138–9, 151
-, streets, 139
-, tithes, 142, 145–6, 149
-, vicarage, 149–50, 159
-, vicarage ho., 139, 149
-, vicars, 149–50; and see Sedgewick; Webb, Bart.
-, water meadows, 146
-, woodland, 139

Ogbourne St. George, 62–3, 65, 76, 127, 138, 140, 141, 145–6, 149, 151–60, 161, 180, 200
-, adv., 158
-, agric., 151, 155–7
-, army camp, 151–3
-, boundaries, 151
-, bridge, 152
-, chant., 142, 158–9
-, adv., 158
-, chant., ho., 159
-, chap., 158
-, chaplain, 158
-, char., 160
-, ch., 138, 150–2, 154, 158–9
-, Church Hill, 151–2
-, cts., 148, 157–8
-, curates, 159
-, cust. tenants, 77, 155–6, 158
-, dom. archit., 153–4
-, farms, 146, 154–7
-, fraternity, 159
-, glebe, 154, 156
-, inc., 155–6
-, inns, 153
-, man., 79–80, 142, 145–6, 151, 153–4, 156, 158
-, man. ho., 97, 151–2, 154, 156
-, Middle Town, 155; and see Ogbourne St. George: Southend
-, mills, 157
-, Moore's Wood, 152
-, Ogbourne, Great, 151; and see Ogbourne St. George: place name
-, Ogbourne, North, 151; and see Ogbourne St. George: place name
-, Ogbourne priory, q.v.
-, peculiar, eccl., 158
-, place name, 151; and see (both s.v. Ogbourne St. George) Ogbourne, Great; Ogbourne, North
-, poor relief, 158
-, pop., 152
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 151–2
-, prot. nonconf., 159–60
-, rly. sta., 152
-, roads, 152
-, Romano-Brit. rem., 151
-, Round Hill Downs, 151–2, 155
-, schs., 151, 153, 160
-, Southend (formerly Middle Town), 151–3
-, dom. archit., 153
-, Hallam (ho.), 153, 155
-, place name, 152–3
-, pop., 153
-, tithes, 146, 154, 156, 158
-, vestry, 158
-, vicarage, 158
-, vicarage ho., 153, 158
-, vicars, 158–9; and see Pope, Benj.
-, Whitefield Hill, 151–2, 155
-, Wilding's Copse, 152
-, woodland, 151–2; and see (all s.v. Ogbourne St. George) Moore's Wood; Wilding's Copse
-, Yielding Copse, 152

oil lighting, 218

Oldcastle:
-, Joan, see Pole
-, John, Lord Oldcastle, 111

Oldfield, John, 5

Olympia Agricultural Co. Ltd. 97, 172–3

oratory, 102

Orchard, Thos., 82

orchestra, 72

organs, 224

Orgar (fl. before 1066), 194

Ormond, fam., 154

Osmond:
-, J. W., 97, 100
-, John, 46
-, S. T., 41
-, W. J., 97, 100

Osmund, bp. of Salisbury, 180, 220

Otbold (fl. 1086), 19

outfangthief, 212

Overton, Guthlac, 179

Overton, 86, 101–2, 120–1, 123
-, rector, 102
-, and see Fyfield; Lockeridge; Shaw

Overton, East (in Overton), 62
-, man., 171, 173

Overton, West (in Overton), 62, 66, 100, 120, 124–5
-, West Woods, 179

Owen, J. D., 73, 76, 154

Oxford, 201, 212
-, burgesses, 210
-, mkts., 210

Oxford University:
-, Brasenose Coll., 113
-, Broadgates Hall, 44, 102
-, principal, see Arch
-, Cardinal Coll., 31
-, Magdalen Coll., 117, 191
-, Regius Professor of Medicine, see Warner

Oxfordshire, 157; and see Ashbury; Banbury; Bicester; Blewbury; Bourton; Godstow; Sandford; Shipton under Wychwood; Uffington; Wittenham, Little

P.

Pain, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

Paine, Anne, 228

Palmer:
-, A. G., 56
-, John, 209

papal provision, 116, 181

Parfitt, Douglas, 155

parish, church, and village halls and rooms, 5, 43, 70, 108, 125, 127, 153, 159

parishes, detached parts of, 91, 107, 184

park-keeper, chief, 37

Park Town, see Ramsbury

parks, see Aldbourne; Ashbury; Bishopstone; Littlecote; Marridge Hill; Ramsbury; Whittonditch

Parliament:
-, House of Commons, 49
-, House of Lords, 49
-, members, 109; and see Marlborough: borough

parliamentary elections, 213

parliamentary representation, see Marlborough: borough

Parr, Cath., see Catherine

Parry, Steph., and his w. Joan, 24

Parsons, Wm., 25

partridges, 37

Parys:
-, Chris., 111
-, John, vicar of Broad Hinton, 117
-, Ric. de, 111
-, Thos. de (d. before 1225), and his w. Grace, 111
-, Thos. (fl. 1319), 111
-, Thos. (d. c. 1515), 111
-, Thos. (d. 1610), 111
-, Wm., 111

passage, 210

Pattison, S., 73

paupers, removal of, 213

pavage, 210

paymaster-general, see Fox

payments, customary, see cert money; deodands

peage, 210

Peaks Downs (in Aldbourne and Baydon), 57–9, 67

Pearce (Pearse):
-, John (d. in or before 1616), and his w. Eliz., 130
-, John (d. in or before 1642), 130
-, John (fl. 1717–22), 143
-, R. A., 31
-, Thos., 130
-, Wm., 130

peculiars, ecclesiastical, see Bishopstone; Marlborough; Ogbourne St. Andrew; Ogbourne St. George; Preshute; Ramsbury

pedage, 210

Peddington:
-, (or Tuck), Adam, 132
-, Adam, s. of Adam, 132

Pegler, Ellen Jane, 48

Pelham Puppets Ltd., 176

Pemberton, Mat., 225

Pembroke:
-, Albert, 27, 73–4
-, Annie, 56
-, Wm., 56

Pembroke:
-, earldom, 19, 188
-, earls of, 20, 22, 37, 48, 136, 191; and see Herbert; Marshal

Pengryve, Hen., 221

Penn, Wm., 225

Pennsylvania, 226

Peplow:
-, C. R., 74
-, R., 75

Pepys, Sam., 204

Perche, counts of, 72, 76; and see Geoffrey; Rotrou; Thomas; William, bp. of Châlons

Percival:
-, Ann, see FitzJames
-, Edm., 173

Percy:
-, Eliz., ctss. of Northumberland, 136
-, Peter de, 28

Perfect:
-, Eliz., see Hayward
-, Thos., 76
-, Thos. Hayward, see Southby

Perkins:
-, Chas., 205
-, E. H., & Son Ltd., 205
-, H. G., 205

Perry & Hawkins, see Marlborough Lime Co.

pesage, 210

pest house, see Marlborough: borough

Peter, Reynold s. of, see Reynold

Pewsey rural district, 216

pheasants, 37

Phelps:
-, Eleanor, m. John Savage, 94
-, John, 93
-, Jos., 159–60
-, Ric. (fl. 1681), 93
-, Ric. (d. 1744), and his w. Mary, 94
-, Wm. Jas., 55

Philippa (of Hainault), queen of Edw. III, 63, 167–9, 187, 205

Phillips, Wm., 8

Phipson:
-, Edw., 94
-, Eliz. Thring, 94
-, Irene Jane, m. Jas. Bernard Wall, 94
-, Mary Ann, 94

pickage, 210

pie powder courts, 213–14

Pig:
-, Adam, 56
-, Ric., 56

pig farming, 190

pike, 175

Pile:
-, Sir Fras. (d. 1635), 49
-, Sir Fras. (d. c. 1649), 49
-, Sir Fras. (fl. 1681), 49
-, Sir Gabriel (d. 1626), 49–50, 136
-, Gabriel (fl. 1719), 49
-, Jane, w. of Sir Seymour (d. 1711), m. 2 Abel Griffith, 49
-, Sir Seymour (d. by 1681), 49
-, Sir Seymour (d. 1711), 49
-, Sir Seymour (fl. 1744), 49–50
-, fam., 49–50

pillory, 41

pin makers and pin making, 209

Pinchard, Biddulph, 75

Pinches, J. H., 25

Pinnegar:
-, Thos., 96
-, Thos. Lord, 96
-, Mrs., 136
-, fam., 96

Pinnock, Wal., 206

Pizzie, Wm., 82

plague, 139, 218

Plank, Wm., 177

Plantagenet, Ric., duke of York, and his w. Cecily, 187

pleas, see assault; debt; trespass: pleas of; vee de naam

pleas, civil, see damages, claims for; debt, pleas of

pleas, trial of, 212

pleasure fairs, 40, 212

Plymouth Brethren, 118, 226

Pocock:
-, A., 173
-, Edw., rector of Mildenhall, canon of Salisbury, 137
-, F. E., 73
-, Geo., 226
-, Giles, 31
-, John, rector of Mildenhall, canon of Salisbury, 136–7
-, Ric. (d. c. 1596), 31
-, Ric. (d. c. 1654), 31
-, Ric. (d. 1694), 31
-, Ric. (d. 1718), 31
-, Ric. (fl. 1763–73), rector of Mildenhall, and his w. Eliz., 136
-, Ric. (fl. 1858), 129
-, Sarah, m. Chris. Capel, 31

Pole:
-, Edw. Rob., 46
-, Sir Felix, and his w. Ethel Maud, 46
-, Joan de la, suo jure Baroness Cobham, m. John Oldcastle, Lord Oldcastle, 111
-, Marg., suo jure ctss. of Salisbury, 144

policemen and policing, 217–18

Polstead, Hugh de, 194

pontage, 210

Ponting, C. E., 103, 118, 164, 204, 215, 223 n

Poole:
-, F. H., 155
-, Jos., 155

Poole Bros., 155

Poole Keynes (later Glos.), 182
-, rector, see Miles

poor-law unions, see Highworth and Swindon; Hungerford; Marlborough

Poore, Herb., bp. of Salisbury, 24, 30

poorhouses, see Hinton, Broad; Mildenhall; Ogbourne St. Andrew; Preshute

Pope:
-, Benj., vicar of Ogbourne St. George, 159
-, J. A., 210
-, T., 210
-, T., Ltd., 176, 210
-, Thos., 210

Popham:
-, Alex. (d. 1669), 28, 194
-, Alex. (d. 1705), 28
-, Edw. (d. 1772), 29
-, Sir Fras. (d. 1644), 28
-, Sir Fras. (d. 1674), 28
-, Fras. (d. 1735), 25, 29
-, Fras. (d. 1780), and his w. Dorothy, 24, 29
-, Fras. (d. 1804), 29, 31
-, Geo., 93, 98
-, Sir John (d. 1607), 28
-, John (d. 1636), 194–5
-, John (fl. 1691), 93
-, Mary, see Harvey
-, fam., 24, 28, 194

Porter, Mrs., 39

Portishead (Som., later Avon), 145

Portman, Edw. Hen. Berkeley, 26, 56

post mill, 101

post office, see Marlborough

Potter:
-, John, 154
-, Thos., 154

Potterne, 32

Poughley (in Chaddleworth), priory, 31–2

Poulton:
-, Geo., and his w. Isabel, 131
-, John, 131
-, Rog., 131
-, Thos., and his w. Isabel, 131
-, Thos., and his w. Isabel (others), 131
-, Thos., bp. of Worcester, 131, 136, 221–3
-, Wm., 143

Poulton (in Mildenhall), 62, 66, 125, 128, 130–1
-, agric., 134
-, cust. tenants, 134
-, dom. archit., 128
-, farms, 130–1, 134
-, inc., 134
-, man., 130–1, 134
-, mills, 134
-, pop., 128
-, Poulton Downs, 134
-, Poulton Ho., 128, 131, 161
-, Rabley Wood, 125, 134
-, water meadows, 134
-, woodland, 134; and see Poulton: Rabley Wood

poultry rearing, see Aldbourne; Marridge Hill

pounds, common, 87, 101, 135, 207

Powell:
-, C. R. E., and his w. Florence, 129
-, J. B., 80
-, W. E., 129

Powle, Hen., 19, 22–3, 25–7, 30, 39, 48, 55–6

Powys:
-, John, Baron Lilford, 187
-, (later Fox-Powys), L. W. H., 187

Powys, see Aberedw

Poyntz:
-, Sir Hugh, 144
-, Nic. (d. c. 1311), 144
-, Nic. (fl. 1351), 144

precision engineering, 176

Precy:
-, Chas., 6
-, Harry, 58
-, John, 5
-, Thos., 6
-, fam., 5–6

prehistoric settlement and remains, see Aldbourne; Avebury; Bishopstone; Hinton, Broad; Kennett, East; Kennett, West: the Kennett Ave., the Sanctuary, West Kennett long barrow; Langdon Wick; Marridge Hill; Membury; Mildenhall; Ogbourne St. Andrew; Ogbourne St. George; Preshute; Ramsbury; Upham, Upper; Wansdyke; Whittonditch; Winterbourne Bassett; Winterbourne Monkton

Presbyterians, 45, 84–5, 103, 225

Preshute, 15 n, 62–3, 125, 127, 134, 136, 138, 145, 148, 151, 160–84, 162, 199–201, 207, 215, 218–21, 224–7
-, adv., 181
-, agric., 174–5
-, Barnfield, 127, 164, 176
-, Barton Down, 161, 175, 204
-, Bay Bridge, 125, 138–9, 161, 175; and see Marlborough: bridges
-, boundaries, 161
-, Castle inn, 160, 164, 170, 182–3, 204–5, 209; and see Marlborough Coll.: C (formerly Marlborough) Ho.; Preshute: Marlborough Ho.
-, chapelry of St. Martin, see Marlborough
-, char., 183–4
-, ch., 125, 144, 160–1, 163, 165, 170, 175, 180–3, 199, 220
-, Clatford, q.v.
-, curates, 182
-, cust. tenants, 174–5
-, dom. archit., 164, 177
-, Elcot, 62, 66, 134, 160–1, 163–4, 170–1, 174–6, 208, 221
-, farms, 148, 166, 169–70, 174–7
-, fishing, 175
-, Forest Hill, 163–4
-, glebe, 170, 181
-, Granham Hill, 161, 163, 176
-, hosp. of St. Thos., 167–8, 171
-, inc., 175
-, inns, 163–4, 199; and see Preshute: Castle inn
-, Langdon Wick, q.v.
-, man., 63, 168–74
-, Manton, q.v.
-, Marlborough barton, see Marlborough Castle: barton
-, Marlborough Castle, q.v.
-, Marlborough Coll., q.v.
-, Marlborough Common, see Marlborough
-, Marlborough Ho. (two of the name), 160, 161, 169–70, 176, 209
-, as address, 174
-, royal visits, 170
-, and see Marlborough Coll.: C (formerly Marlborough) Ho.; Preshute: Castle inn
-, Mayfield Sch. (later Coll.), 183–4
-, mills, 134, 175–7, 208
-, the Mount, 160, 160, 165, 169–70
-, Newbury Street, 161, 163, 171, 174–5, 177
-, peculiar, eccl., 181
-, place name, 160
-, poorho., 180, 183
-, pop., 163
-, Port field, see Marlborough
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 63, 160–1, 165, 199; and see Preshute: the Mount
-, Preshute Within (civil par.), 161, 199, 201
-, Preshute Without (civil par.), 161, 163, 183
-, priory of St. Marg. (Gilbertine), 121–4, 132, 163, 167, 171–2, 174–5, 177–8, 180, 194
-, canon, see Rodley
-, prot. nonconf., 183
-, rly. stas., 163
-, rectors, 167, 181, 221; and see Green, Rog.
-, rectory, 167, 170, 181
-, rectory ho., 170–1, 181
-, recusancy, 183
-, reservoirs, 219
-, roads, 161, 163, 200
-, Romano-Brit. settlement and rem., 161
-, St. Margaret's (district), 161, 163–4, 175, 182–3, 199, 204, 218–19, 226–7
-, fair, 177
-, man., 171, 177
-, man. ho., 171
-, Savernake hosp., 164
-, schs., 183–4, 227; and see Marlborough Coll.; Preshute: Mayfield Sch.
-, streets, 163–4
-, Temple Rockley, q.v.
-, tithes, 170, 173–4, 181
-, tithings, 160–1, 163, 165, 180, 212
-, vicarage, 181–2, 220, 224
-, vicarage ho., 181–2
-, vicars, 167, 170, 181–3, 221; and see Edwards, Jos.; Lynch; Meyler; Miles; Thorpe
-, white horse, 161
-, Wick Down, 163
-, woodland, 175

Preshute Within and Without, see Preshute

Preston (in Aldbourne and Ramsbury), 12, 15, 18, 26–7, 32–6, 41, 57–8, 69, 72
-, agric., 34
-, cust. tenants, 34, 58
-, dom. archit., 18, 26, 72
-, farms, 26–7, 34, 36
-, inc., 34
-, tollho., 72, 145

Price:
-, Benj., 93, 121
-, J. E., 113

printing press, 205

prisons (gaols), 65, 135; and see London: Fleet; Marlborough: bridewell; (s.v. Marlborough: borough) gaol; Marlborough Castle: gaol

prosecuting society, 218

Provence, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

Puckeridge:
-, Hen. Jas., 56, 75
-, P. M., 56

Pugh, Ric., 116

Pullen:
-, W., 154
-, Wm. (? same), 97

punishments, see gallows; pillory; stocks; tumbrel

puppet manufacture, 176

Purdue:
-, Rog., 60, 222
-, Thos., 222
-, Wm., 60, 222

puritanism, 44

Purton, 11, 44

Pusey (Berks.), rector of, see White, Wm.

Puzey, Jas., 6

Pye:
-, (later Bennet), Eliz., see Legh
-, (later Bennet), Wm. Bathurst, 109

Pyncombe, Mrs., 221, 223

Q.

Quakers, 137, 150, 183, 225–6

quarter sessions, see Marlborough: borough; Wiltshire

quayage, 208

Queen Anne's Bounty, 6, 59, 220, 223

Quenington (Glos.), man., 19

Quidhampton, see Wroughton

quilling house, 40

Quintin (fl. 1086), 19

Quintin, Wm., 188

quitrents, see cert money

R.

R.A.F. stations, see Andover; Ramsbury; Yatesbury

rabbit warrens, 37, 51, 78–9, 125, 132, 136, 176, 207

Rabson (in Winterbourne Bassett), 62, 184–5, 189–90
-, cust. tenants, 189
-, farm, 190
-, man., 174, 187–9
-, man. ho., 188
-, place name, 184

race meetings, 204, 207, 210

racehorse trainers and training, 7–8, 55, 63, 87, 91, 95, 100, 139, 147–8, 151, 175, 178–9

racing stables, 69, 80, 89–91, 100, 141, 145, 147–8, 151, 163, 165, 178

Radnorshire, see Aberedw

railways, see Berks. & Hants Extension; G.W.R.; Marlborough; Marlborough & Grafton; Midland & South Western Junction; Swindon, Marlborough, & Andover

Rainbold (fl. 1086), 92, 101

Ralph, John, 113

Ramsbury:
-, Eliz. of, m. 1 Reynold s. of Peter, 2 Sir Wm. Everard, 24
-, John of (fl. 1367), 49
-, John of (fl. 1376, ? same), 56
-, John of (fl. 1386–94), 24
-, Mabel of, w. of John (fl. 1367), 49
-, Marg. of, see Everard
-, Maud of, w. of John (fl. 1386–94), 24
-, Maud of (another), see London
-, Reynold of, 24
-, Reynold of (another), 24
-, Rob. of (fl. earlier 14th cent.), 49
-, Rob. of (d. 1361, ? same), 56
-, Sim. of, 24
-, Thos. of, 24

Ramsbury, 1, 7, 9, 12–61, 14, 80, 124–5, 127, 200
-, adv., 42–3
-, agric., 12, 32–9
-, airfield, 17, 20, 22–3, 38; and see Ramsbury: R.A.F. sta.
-, as address, 24, 45, 59
-, Ashridge, see Axford
-, Axford, q.v.
-, Axford, or Priory, Farm, see Axford
-, Axford Ho., see Axford
-, Bailey Hill, see Baydon
-, Baydon, q.v.
-, Baydon Furnett, see Baydon
-, Baydon Manor (formerly Marridge Hill Ho.), see Marridge Hill
-, Baydon Manor (formerly Marridge Hill) estate, q.v.
-, bps., 1, 12, 15, 19, 41–2; and see Herman
-, Blake's Copse, 13, 34, 51
-, Bodorgan Ho., see Ramsbury: Ramsbury Hill
-, boundaries, 12, 15
-, Burney (or Upper Axford), see Axford
-, cath., 15
-, chant., 43–5
-, chant. ho., 44
-, chap., 43–4
-, chaplains, 43–5
-, chars., 46
-, chase, 37, 135
-, ch., 12, 15–16, 42–5, 52
-, common marsh, 33, 39
-, cts., 1, 40–2, 52, 59
-, Crowood estate, q.v.
-, Crowood Ho., see Whittonditch
-, curates, 44–5
-, cust. tenants, 22, 32–3, 51, 57–8
-, dom. archit., 17–20, 22–3, 25, 39–40
-, Eastridge, q.v.
-, Eastridge Ho., see Eastridge
-, fairs, 40, 44
-, farms, 20, 22–5, 27, 33–40, 52
-, fires, 17
-, fishing, 37, 39
-, Ford, see Baydon
-, glebe, 43
-, Gore Lane, see Baydon
-, 'great tree', 18
-, guild of St. Mary, 43
-, Hens Wood, 12–13, 20, 38
-, High Street, 15–18, 41, 43, 45
-, Hilldrop (formerly West Thrup), q.v.
-, imparking, 33–4, 37–8
-, inc., 33, 36, 43
-, ind., 40–1
-, inns, 16–18
-, iron foundry (Saxon), 15
-, Jubilee Royal Foundry, 41
-, Knighton, q.v.
-, Littlecote, q.v.
-, Littlecote estate, q.v.
-, Littlecote Ho., see Littlecote
-, man., 1, 3, 7, 19–28, 30–4, 36, 39–40, 42–3, 48–53, 55, 57, 59, 73; and see Ramsbury estate
-, man. ho., 17, 19, 22, 37; and see Ramsbury: Ramsbury Manor
-, mkt., 40, 210
-, Marridge Hill, q.v.
-, Marridge Hill Ho., see Marridge Hill
-, Membury, q.v.
-, Membury fort, see Membury
-, mills, 15–17, 22, 34, 39–40, 43
-, Newtown, 16
-, brass and iron foundry, 41
-, Oxford Street, 16–17, 25, 41, 45
-, palace (of bps. of Salisbury), 15–16, 20, 32, 35, 37, 39
-, chap., 20, 42, 44
-, licences to wall and crenellate, 20
-, and see Ramsbury: Ramsbury Manor
-, Park Coppice, 13, 30, 38
-, Park Town, 15–17, 33–4, 39–40 tithing, 22–4, 27, 33, 41, 47, 50
-, parks, 13, 16–17, 20–3, 32, 34, 36–9, 47, 50
-, Parliament Piece (formerly the Rookery), 16–17, 25, 46
-, Peaks Downs, q.v.
-, peculiar, eccl., 42
-, Pig's Court estate, see Baydon
-, place name, 18
-, poor relief, 42
-, pop., 15–17
-, prebend, see Salisbury: cath. ch.
-, prebendal estate, 22, 39, 59
-, prebendal ho., 22
-, prebendaries, 22, 39, 42–4, 50, 59; and see Bridport, Thos. of; Montagu, Sim. de; St. John, Wm. de
-, prehist. rem., 13
-, Preston, q.v.
-, prot. nonconf., 44–5
-, R.A.F. sta., 17; and see Ramsbury: airfield
-, Ramsbury Hill (formerly Bodorgan Ho.), 16–17, 46
-, Ramsbury Manor, 15–17, 20–3, 21, 32, 38, 45
-, Ramsbury Plain, 12
-, Ramsbury Town tithing, 24–5, 41
-, recusancy, 45
-, roads, 13
-, the Rookery, see Ramsbury: Parliament Piece
-, rural district, 216
-, Saxon remains, 15
-, sch. board, 46, 52
-, schs., 43, 45–6, 52
-, see, 19, 42
-, Shortgrove, see Baydon
-, sport, 32–3, 37–8
-, Spring Hill, 12, 23, 33, 38
-, the Square, 16–18, 48
-, streets, 15–16
-, Thrup (formerly East Thrup), q.v.
-, Thrup, West (later Hilldrop), see Hilldrop
-, tithes, 22, 25–6, 43, 50, 57, 59
-, tithings, 1, 15, 17–19, 41
-, trades, 40–1
-, vicarage, 42–3, 50, 60, 83
-, vicarage ho., 15, 43, 46
-, vicars, 22, 25, 42–4, 50, 59–60; and see Arch; Brown, Sam.; Garrard; Meyrick, Edw., Edw. Graves; Wild; Wilson, John
-, water meadows, 15, 33, 37–8
-, watercress beds, 39
-, Whittonditch, q.v.
-, Whittonditch, Upper, see Whittonditch
-, woodland, 12–13, 22, 30, 33–4, 37–8, 51; and see (all s.v. Ramsbury) Blake's Copse; Hens Wood; Park Coppice
-, workho., 42

Ramsbury estate, 1, 5, 12, 15, 19–20, 23, 32, 39, 53

Ramsbury hundred, 1, 2, 9, 12, 41–2

Ramshill, Wm., 206

Randall, Ric., 112

Ranulph (fl. 1086), 109

Rashley, Thos., rector of Barford St. Martin, 103

rates, see labour rate; (s.v. Marlborough: borough) rates; Wiltshire: county rate

Rawlins, fam., 36

Ray, Thos., 227–8

Read:
-, Edw., 81
-, Hen. (d. 1706), 26
-, Hen. (d. 1756), 26, 34
-, Hen. (d. 1786), 26
-, Hen. (d. 1821), 25–6, 28, 55
-, J. M., 121
-, Louisa, 46
-, M. J., 121, 123
-, Mary Ann, m. John Richmond Seymour, 26, 46
-, Nic., 24

Reading (Berks.), 175, 210
-, abbey, 207
-, as address, 60, 170
-, vicar, see Fowler

reading rooms, 108, 124, 159; and see libraries

recluses, see anchorites

record, court of, 213

recusancy, see Marlborough; Preshute; Ramsbury

Redman, fam., 143

Reed & Co., 210

Reeve, J. A., 60

religious, 221; and see anchorites, hermits, recluses; Augustinians; Benedictines; Carmelites; Cistercians; Cluniac; Franciscan; Gilbertines; Hospitallers; Missionaries of St. Francis de Sales; Templars

reservoirs, see Preshute; Wroughton

resorts, 209–10

Restwold, Thos., 75

return of royal precepts and mandates, 196

return of summonses to the exchequer, 196

return of writs, 41, 65, 196, 213

Reviers:
-, Baldwin de, earl of Devon, lord of the Isle of Wight (d. 1245), 95, 109
-, Baldwin de, earl of Devon (d. 1262), 95, 109
-, Isabel de, suo jure ctss. of Devon, m. Wm. de Forz, count of Aumale, 95, 109–10
-, fam., 95

Reynold son of Peter, 24

Reynold son of Wase, 109

Rham, W. L., vicar of Broad Hinton, 117

Richard I, 166, 172

Richard III (Ric., duke of Gloucester), 129, 136, 172

Richard (fl. 1086), 120, 122

Richard (fl. before 1147), 142

Richard son of Hildebrand, 48

Richards:
-, Ann, 113
-, Edw., 113
-, Sir Gordon, 100

Richardson (in Winterbourne Bassett), 62, 66, 184–5, 188–90
-, dom. archit., 188
-, farms, 190
-, man., 188–9

Richmond:
-, Alethea, m. Jos. Gabbit, 30
-, Anne, see Seymour
-, Hen., 111
-, John, 111
-, Seymour, 30
-, Toby, 30
-, Wm., see Webb

Ridge Way, 3, 7–8, 13, 63, 86, 89, 107, 119–20, 161, 185, 193

Ridgeway (benefice), 149, 158

Ringeburn:
-, Rob. de, 121
-, Wm. de, 121

riots, see disorder

ritualism, 103

rivers and streams, see Avon (Bristol); Brinkworth Brook; Hungerbourne; Kennet; Lambourn; Og

roads:
-, Cirencester-Cunetio, 67
-, coach, 89, 199–200
-, Devizes-Swindon, 63, 89, 107–8, 185, 193; and see Harepath Way
-, Hungerford-Marlborough, 13, 47, 127, 200
-, London-Bath, 13, 63, 89, 99, 120, 125, 127, 161, 165, 170, 199–201
-, Marlborough-Pewsey, 163, 165
-, Marlborough-Salisbury, 161
-, Marlborough-Swindon, 127, 139, 141, 152, 200
-, Marlborough to Wootton Bassett, 107–8, 139, 141, 163
-, motorway, 13, 53, 200
-, prehist., 3, 13, 63
-, Rom., 13, 52–3, 55–6, 58, 60, 63, 67, 86–7, 89, 127, 152
-, Salisbury-Swindon, 161, 200–1
-, Swindon-Hungerford, 67, 69–70
-, Swindon-Wantage, 3, 5
-, turnpiked, 13, 67, 89, 107, 120, 127, 139, 141, 152, 161, 163, 185, 193, 199–200
-, and see Ermin Street; Harepath Way; Icknield Way; Ridge Way; Rogues Way; Thieves Way

Robert at the green, 32

Robert at the green, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Robert at the marsh, 32

Robert at the marsh, John s. of, see John

Robert son of Samuel, 110

Robert the Frenchman, 172

Roberts:
-, David, 164
-, Ric., 93

Robinson, W. T., 7

Robson, John, 29

Roches:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wal. Beauchamp, 188
-, Sir John, and his w. Wm., 188

Rochester, bp. of, see Curle

Rockley:
-, Edm. of, and his w. Scholace, 189
-, Wal. of, 168

Rockley (in Ogbourne St. Andrew), 62–3, 65–6, 138–9, 141, 144–5, 147–51, 161, 174, 182
-, agric., 148
-, chap., 141, 149–50, 159
-, chaplain, 150
-, cust. tenants, 148, 174
-, Dean Bottom, 138–9, 148
-, dom. archit., 141
-, farms, 148
-, field systems, 139
-, man., 144–5, 148, 174
-, man. ho., 145
-, the Old Eagle (inn), 127, 139, 141, 200
-, pop., 141
-, roads, 141
-, Rockley Down, 139
-, Rockley Ho., 138, 141, 145, 148
-, sch., 141, 151
-, Temple Bottom, 138, 148
-, white horse, 141
-, Wick Bottom, 138, 148

Rodley, John, canon of St. Margaret's priory, Preshute, 124

Roger, bp. of Salisbury, 92

Roger son of Robert at the green, 32

Rogers:
-, Rob., 84
-, Thos., 26

Rogues (or Sugar) Way, 3, 67

Rollinson:
-, Sarah, see Nourse
-, Wm., 23

Roman Catholicism, see Marlborough; Ogbourne Maizey

Roman curia, king's orator at, 223

Romano-Brit. settlement and remains, see Aldbourne; Ashbury; Avebury; Baydon; Bishopstone; Cunetio; Hinton, Broad; Kennett, East; Littlecote; Marlborough; Mildenhall; Ogbourne St. Andrew; Ogbourne St. George; Preshute; Upham, Upper; Winterbourne Monkton

Romsey, Thos., 207

Rootes, Sir Wm. (later Baron), 20

rope factory, 204, 209

rope makers and rope making, 209

Ros:
-, Margery de, see Badlesmere
-, Wm. de, Lord Ros, 130

Rose, Rob., 93

Rotrou, count of Perche (d. 1144), 72, 76

Rotrou, count of Perche (d. 1191), 72, 74, 82

Round, John, 75

Rowden:
-, Wm. of, 176
-, — of, m. Geof. Seymour, 176

royal visits, see Littlecote: Littlecote Ho.; Preshute: Marlborough Ho.

Ruddle, G., 93

Rudge, see Froxfield

Rudhall:
-, Abel, 224
-, Abraham, 45

Rupert, Prince, 72

rural districts, see Amesbury; Marlborough; Pewsey; Ramsbury

Rushall, rector of, see Williams, Sir Erasmus

Russell:
-, John, 171
-, Sir Rob. (fl. 1351–95), 144
-, Rob. (fl. 15th cent.), 171
-, Thos., 171

Russley Park, see Bishopstone

Rutland, dukes and earls of, see Manners

Ryder:
-, Edw., 136
-, Eliz., 136

S.

sac and soc, 157, 212

Sacheverell:
-, Hen., 193, 201
-, Joshua, rector of St. Peter's, Marlborough, 201

sack makers and sack making, 209

Sackville, Chas., Baron Buckhurst, earl of Middlesex and Dorset, 73

Sadler:
-, John, 113
-, Thos., 113
-, Wm., 113

sail cloth manufacture, 209

Sainsbury, F. J., 130

St. Amand:
-, Baroness, see Braybroke, Eliz.
-, Lord, see Beauchamp, Ric.

St. David's, chancellor of, see Williams, Sir Erasmus

St. George's in the East (Mdx.), 103

St. Georges de Boscherville (Seine Maritime, France), abbey, 91, 142

St. John:
-, Fred., Vct. St. John, Vct. Bolingbroke, 111
-, Geo., Vct. Bolingbroke, 130
-, Sir Hen., Vct. St. John, 111
-, Hen., Vct. Bolingbroke, 111
-, John (d. 1576), 111
-, Sir John (d. 1594), 111, 130
-, Sir John (d. 1648), 111–12
-, Sir John (d. 1656), 111
-, John, Vct. St. John (d. 1748), 111
-, Mary Emily Eliz., w. of Hen., Vct. Bolingbroke, 111
-, Nic., 111, 130
-, Wal. (d. 1597), 111
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1708), 111
-, Wm. de, prebendary of Ramsbury, 43
-, —, 111, 130
-, fam., 111, 130

St. Lo, John, 142

St. Margaret's (district), see Preshute

St. Martin:
-, Joan de, see Neville
-, Jordan de, 120
-, Reynold de, 120
-, Wm. de, 120

St. Quintin:
-, Arabella, see Calcraft
-, G. D., 130
-, Geof., 130
-, Wm., 130

St. Vaast, Wm. de, prior of Ogbourne, 142

St. Victor en Caux (Seine Maritime, France), abbey, 65, 173, 180

Saladin, Herb., 37

Salcot, John, bp. of Salisbury, 5, 19, 22

Salisbury:
-, Edw. of, 128, 174
-, Patrick of, earl of Salisbury, 128, 174
-, Sibyl of, m. John FitzGilbert, 174
-, Wal. of, 128, 174

Salisbury:
-, earldom, 128
-, earls of, see Cecil; Lacy; Longespée; Salisbury

Salisbury, 19, 32, 139, 182, 201, 205, 208, 219, 228
-, archdeacon, 181
-, as address, 183, 226
-, bps., 1, 5–6, 9, 15, 19–20, 44, 59, 82, 101–2, 111, 116–17, 123, 135–6, 167, 181, 191, 197–8, 201, 210, 220, 222–3; and see Barrington; Beauchamp, Ric.; Bohun, Jocelin de; Bridport, Giles of; Davenant; Hamilton; Jewell; Longespée, Nic.; Osmund; Poore; Roger; Salcot
-, as owners of estates, 1, 3, 5, 7, 16, 32, 35, 37, 39–43, 48, 53, 57
-, palace, see Ramsbury
-, bps. (suffragan), 83; and see Elvyngton
-, cath. ch., 112, 115, 181
-, canons, 42, 112, 223; and see Green, Rog.; Pocock, Edw., John; Swinburne; Thorpe
-, chancellor, 112, 115–16
-, chapter, 22, 42, 112, 115–16, 180, 210, 220
-, choristers, and their warden, 170, 181
-, deans, 42, 44, 112, 115–16, 181, 210, 220
-, prebendaries: of Bishopstone, see Barnstone, John; Coker, Thos.; Kinnimond; Landon, Whittington; of Blewbury and Marlborough, 181; of Ogbourne, 149, 158; of Ramsbury, see Bridport, Thos. of; Montagu, Sim. de; St. John, Wm. de
-, prebends: of Axford, 42–3, 47, 50; of Bishopstone, 6, 8–10; of Blewbury, 112; of Blewbury and Marlborough, 180–1, 220; of Brixworth, 112; of Gillingham, 42; of Ogbourne, 142, 154, 158; of Ramsbury, 22, 33, 42–3, 50; of Shipton, 112; of Shipton and Brixworth, 112
-, succentor, 42
-, diocese, 83
-, hosp. of St. Nic., 110–11, 115–17 master, see Wordsworth
-, see, 5, 19, 40, 42

Salthrop, see Wroughton

Salvation Army, 45, 226

Samuel, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Sandell, J. E., 22

Sandford:
-, Hugh, 181
-, T. C. G., 206
-, fam., 181

Sandford (Oxon.), preceptory, 179

Sandhurst (Berks.), 84

Sanger, Wm., 183, 226

sanitary inspector, 216

sarsen stones, 87, 120, 123, 148, 161, 193

Saul (fl. 1066), 110

Saunders:
-, Jane, m. Sir John Guise, 121
-, John, 121
-, John (another), 121
-, W. W., 142

Savage:
-, Eleanor, see Phelps
-, John, 94

Savary, John, 157

Savernake, liberty of, 66

Savernake estate, 177, 206

Savernake forest, 13, 37, 50, 122, 125, 127, 132, 134–5, 166, 171, 175–6, 178–9, 193, 209, 221, 225
-, Grand Avenue, 125
-, warden, see Esturmy, Hen.

Savernake Park, North, 66, 161, 199

Saville, Wm., and his w. Anne, 96

Savors, Ric., 26

Saxon settlement and remains, see Avebury; Hilldrop; Knighton; Mildenhall; Ogbourne St. Andrew; Ramsbury; Thrup

scales (weighing), 211; and see weighing beam or engine

Scherrer & Hicks, 53

school board, see Ramsbury

schools:
-, adventure, 183
-, board, 46
-, boarding, 11, 46, 104, 183–4, 228
-, charity, 11, 46, 226
-, comprehensive, 227
-, dame, 46, 85, 137, 160
-, endowed, 118, 124, 138
-, evening, 227
-, grammar, 227
-, 'of industry', 227
-, National, 11, 60, 85, 104, 150, 160, 183, 198, 211, 227–8
-, nonconformist, 46, 85, 104, 105 n, 225, 228
-, preparatory, 228
-, private, 104, 118, 150–1, 160–1, 183–4, 228
-, secondary modern, 227

Scrope:
-, Geo., 130
-, fam., 130

seals, see Marlborough: borough

Sedgewick:
-, Obadiah, vicar of Ogbourne St. Andrew, 74, 149
-, Priscilla, w. of Obadiah, 74

Selby, Sarah Lydia, m. Thos. Lockwood Heward, 94

Selkley hundred, 62–6, 64, 105, 166, 174, 180
-, jurors, 41
-, name, 63, 65, 125

Selsey, bp. of, see Ethelric

serjeants, king's, 109, 112

serjeants at mace, 212–15

Serle, Wm., 221

services, see customs

services, public, see electric lighting; fire precautions and services; gas lighting; Marlborough; (both s.v. Marlborough) sewage works, waterworks; oil lighting; policemen; Swindon: waterworks; watchmen; (both s.v. Wiltshire) county fire service, county police force

settlement, see prehistoric settlement and remains; Romano-Brit. settlement and remains; Saxon settlement and remains

settlements, depopulated, 18–19, 67, 69, 71, 91

sewage works, see Marlborough

Seyman, Wm., 228

Seymour:
-, Algernon, earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset, 169–70, 182, 220
-, Anne, m. Toby Richmond, 30
-, Chas., Baron Seymour, 169
-, Chas., duke of Somerset, 169–70, 220
-, Chas. Fred., 26
-, Chas. Read, 26
-, Charlotte, m. Heneage Finch, earl of Aylesford, 169
-, Edw., Vct. Beauchamp, earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset, 19, 22, 30, 43, 48, 50, 59, 72, 113, 129, 131–2, 169, 172–3, 180, 187, 189, 194, 219
-, Sir Edw., earl of Hertford, 28, 131, 169, 173, 219
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Bruce, earl of Ailesbury, 131, 169
-, Frances, m. John Manners, marquess of Granby, 169
-, Frances, w. of Algernon Seymour, earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset, 170
-, Frances, m. John Walford, 30
-, Sir Fras., Baron Seymour (d. 1664), 169, 173
-, Fras., Baron Seymour, duke of Somerset (d. 1678), 169
-, Geof., 176
-, Hen. Richmond, 26
-, Jane, see Jane
-, Jane (another), 30
-, Sir John (d. 1464), 131
-, John (d. 1491 or 1492), 131
-, Sir John (d. 1536), 131
-, John, duke of Somerset, 20, 131
-, John Richmond, 26
-, Mary Ann, see Read
-, Rob., 187
-, Sarah, suo jure (from 1682), dchss. of Somerset, m. 3 Hen. Hare, Baron Coleraine, 113, 119
-, Thos. (fl. before 1428), 144
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1562), 27, 34
-, Thos. (d. c. 1717), 30
-, Wm., earl and marquess of Hertford, duke of Somerset (d. 1660), 169, 172, 213
-, Wm., duke of Somerset (d. 1671), 169
-, —, see Rowden
-, fam., 174, 213, 219

Shalbourne (formerly partly Berks.), 39

shambles, 211

Sharington:
-, Hen., 143
-, Olive, m. John Talbot (another), 143
-, Sir Wm., 91, 143

Sharpe, John, 220

Shaw, Geo. Bernard, 72

Shaw (in Overton), 62, 66

shearmen, 208

sheep, see Leicestershire; Merino; Southdown

sheep fairs, 207, 211

Shefford (or Shelford), Thos., 27

Shelley, Hen., 6

Shepherd (Sheppard):
-, Hen. (two of the name), 209
-, Wm., 209
-, Mr., 208

Sherborne (Dors.), 42

Sherbrooke:
-, Cuthbert, 143
-, Dorothy, see Edwardes

sheriffs, see Wiltshire: sheriffs

Sherston, John, 119

Shields, Mr., 76

Shipp, F. E., 97, 100

Shipreve, Nic., 144

Shipton Moyne (Glos.), 95

Shipton under Wychwood (Oxon.), prebend, see Salisbury: cath. ch.

shoemakers, 40–1

shops, 16, 206

Shute, Hen., 40

Shuter:
-, John (fl. 1535), 98
-, John, s. of John (fl. 1535), 98
-, John (d. 1591, ? same), 94
-, John (fl. 1611), 94

shuttered concrete, 164

silk manufactory, 209

silk manufacture, 81

Simkins, see Simpkins

Simons, Mr., 226

Simpkins (Simkins):
-, Chas., 93
-, Fras. Jas., 55, 129
-, Wm., 93

Skinner:
-, John, 94
-, Susan, see Dyke

Sloper:
-, Agnes, see Dismars
-, John, 194
-, Rob., 194
-, Sim. (fl. 1574), 195
-, Sim. (fl. 1625), 195
-, Thos., 195
-, Wal., 194
-, Wm., 195
-, fam., 194, 196

slum clearance, 204

smallholdings, see allotments

Smith:
-, Anne, see Benger
-, C., 173
-, C. J., 154
-, Edwin, 55
-, Eliz., see Goddard
-, G. B., 26–7
-, Hen. (fl. 1597), 56
-, Hen. (d. by 1627), 119
-, Hen. Challoner, 7, 55
-, J., 205
-, J. Challoner, 7
-, Jas., 155
-, John, 57
-, L. H., 56
-, Phil., 57
-, Ric. (d. 1633), 94, 97
-, Ric. (fl. 1666), 97
-, Ric., s. of Ric. (fl. 1666), 94, 97
-, Rob., 112
-, Theodosia, w. of Phil., m. 2 Steph. Tracy, 57
-, Theodosia (another), 57
-, Theophilus, 57
-, Thos. (d. c. 1558), 97
-, Thos. (fl. 1582), 56
-, Thos. (d. c. 1597), 97
-, Thos. (fl. 1630), 56–7
-, Thos. (fl. 1633), 57
-, Thos., s. of Ric. (d. 1633), 97
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1638, ? same), 95–6, 99
-, Thos., s. of Ric. (fl. 1666), 97
-, Thos. (d. by 1750), 94, 96–7
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1750), 97
-, Thos. Challoner, 7
-, Wm., 93
-, Misses, 183
-, Mr., 194
-, —, 144

Smyth:
-, Fred., 194
-, Sir Hugh, 143
-, Sir John, 143

Snap (in Aldbourne), 67, 69, 74, 78
-, agric., 67, 77–8
-, cust. tenants, 77
-, farms, 74, 78–80
-, field system, 67
-, pop., 71
-, sch., 85

Soames:
-, Chas., 136
-, Chas. (another), rector of Mildenhall, 136–7
-, Gordon, rector of Mildenhall, 136

soapmaking, 41

Soil Fertility Ltd., 157

Soley, Jos., vicar of Preshute, canon of Winchester, 182

Somerset, dukedom, 131
-, dukes of, see Seymour

Somerset, see Bath; Farleigh Hungerford; Frome; Glastonbury; Mells; Portishead; Wells

'sonderland', 77

Sonning (Berks.), 32, 42

South Sea Bubble, 171

South Sea Company, 22, 49, 96, 171

South Western Gas Board, 218

Southampton, 176, 208, 210
-, priory of St. Denis, 111, 117

Southby:
-, Eliz. Hayward, 76
-, Hen., 76
-, T. H., 76
-, (formerly Perfect), Thos. Hayward, 76

Southdown sheep, 122

Southend, see Ogbourne St. George

Southern Electricity Board, 218

Southwick (Hants), priory, 76

Spackman, Rog., 113

Spanswick:
-, Rog., 27
-, Rog. (another), 27

Sparsholt:
-, Eleanor, m.—Benger, 97
-, Wm., 97

Spelly, Ellis, 121

Spencer:
-, Chas., duke of Marlborough, 173
-, Geo., duke of Marlborough, 96, 99, 143, 171, 175, 177

Spencer's, G. & T., Brewery Ltd., 210

spinners and spinning, 134, 148, 150

sport, see Aldbourne; bowls and bowling greens; cricket and cricket pitch; football and football pitch; golf, golf clubs, golf courses; hare coursing; horse racing; Littlecote; Marlborough; Ramsbury

Spring Hill, see Ramsbury

Sprye, Theodore de Lanulph, 30

Stafford:
-, Anne, m. John Hall, 22
-, Edw., and his w. Anne, 22
-, Eliz., m. John Jennings, 22
-, Isabel, see Baynton
-, Mary, 22
-, Susannah, 22
-, Thos., 174
-, fam., 22

Staffordshire, see Stone

stallage, 210

Stampford, John, and his w. Joan, 25

Stanhope, Chas., 129–30

Stanley, John of, 94

Stanley (in Bremhill), abbey, 94, 110, 113, 173, 179–81, 188–9, 207

Stanmore (formerly in Beckhampton, later in Clyffe Pypard and Winterbourne Bassett), 62, 91, 96, 102, 184–5, 189–91

Stanton St. Bernard, Harestone Down in, q.v.

Staples, Alex., 132

Stapleton:
-, Brian de, 120
-, Joan de, see Ingham
-, Miles de (d. 1365), 120
-, Miles de, s. of Miles (d. 1365), 120
-, Miles (d. 1420), 120
-, Miles (fl. 1428), 120
-, fam., 120

Stares, John, 60, 81

Stawell:
-, Geo., 91
-, Sir John (d. 1662), 91–2
-, John, Baron Stawell (d. 1692), 91
-, Ralph, Baron Stawell, 91

steam locomotives, 201

steam ploughing, 59, 80, 114

steel, 208

Stephen, King, 165–6

Stephens (Stevens):
-, Mary, m. Wal. Stretch, 93–4
-, Ric., 178
-, Thos., 56, 58
-, Wm., 178

Steward, Ric., vicar of Aldbourne, rector of Mildenhall, provost of Eton Coll., 83, 137

Stibbard, H. O., 26–8, 36, 55

Stitchcombe:
-, Reynold of, 131
-, Sir Ric. of, 131
-, Rob. of (fl. 1167), 131
-, Rob. of (fl. 1242–9), 131
-, Rog. of (fl. 1316), 131

Stitchcombe (in Mildenhall), 62, 66, 125, 128, 131–2
-, agric., 134–5
-, as address, 48
-, bridge, 127
-, chase, 135
-, cts., 135
-, cust. tenants, 134–5
-, dom. archit., 128
-, farms, 132, 134–5
-, Forest Hill lodge, 128, 145
-, inc., 135
-, man., 131–2, 134–5
-, mills, 128, 135
-, pop., 128
-, water meadows, 135
-, woodland, 135

stocks (punitive), 101, 135

Stoke, Wm. of, 142

Stokes:
-, Judith, w. of Ric., 143
-, Judith (another), 143
-, Ric., 143

Stone:
-, Cath., m. Wm. Warry, 74
-, John (d. by 1524), vicar of Aldbourne, 83–4
-, John (d. 1814), 74
-, John (d. 1858), 74
-, Maria, 74
-, Percy Jas., 12

Stone (Staffs.), 216

stone quarry, 11

stonemasons, 123, 148

Story-Maskelyne, M. H. N., 109

Stoughton (Leics.), 119

Stourton:
-, Edw., Baron Stourton, 95
-, Eliz., see Moyne
-, John, Baron Stourton (d. 1462), 95, 189
-, John, Baron Stourton (d. 1485), and his w. Cath., 95
-, Wm., Baron Stourton (d. 1478), 95
-, Wm., Baron Stourton (d. 1524), 95
-, Wm., Baron Stourton (fl. after 1524), 95
-, fam., 189

Stratton:
-, Ric., 114
-, Ric., s. of Ric., 114

straw-hat maker, 82; and see hatmaking

straw plaiting, 81, 98

Street:
-, A. E., 164
-, G. E., 60, 164, 222

Stretch:
-, Geo., 94
-, Mary, m. Jas. Hitchcock, 94
-, Mary (another), see Stevens
-, Wal., 94

Strickland:
-, Thos., 113
-, Sir Wm., 113

Stroud:
-, Ant. (fl. 1677), 56
-, Ant. (fl. 1760), 56
-, Hen. (fl. 1332), 56
-, Hen. (fl. 1412), 56
-, Sir Hugh (fl. 1315), 56
-, Hugh (fl. 1376), 56
-, John (fl. 1241), 56
-, John (fl. 1714), 56
-, Thos. (fl. 1778), 56
-, Thos. (fl. 1831), 56

Stroud Brewery Co., 101

stud farms, 7, 80, 145

Studley (Warws.), canon of, see Kingswood

Stukeley:
-, Hugh, 28, 49–50
-, Thos., 49
-, Wm., 87, 89–90

Stumpe:
-, Isabel, see Baynton
-, Sir Jas., 111, 174
-, Wm., 111

Sturt:
-, Sir Ant., 73
-, Humph. (d. 1740), 73
-, Humph. (d. 1786), 73
-, Humph. (fl. 1791), 73

suede leather production, 209

Suffolk, duke of, see Brandon

Sugar Way, see Rogues Way

suit, freedom from, 65, 212

Summers, Martin, 75

surgeon, see medical practitioners

Surrey, earl of, see Warenne

Surrey, see Croydon

Sussex, see Chichester; Lewes

Sutton:
-, C.A., 143
-, Eleanor, m. T. G. B. Estcourt, 96
-, J. A., 143
-, Jas., 96, 99, 178
-, Prince, 96, 178
-, Rog. of, 110
-, Sarah, m. Jas. Matthews, 96
-, T.A., 143
-, Thos., 112
-, Mrs., 228

swans, 37

swans, overseer of, 37

swimming pool, see Marlborough

Swinburne, Roland, canon of Salisbury, 116

Swindon, 13, 53, 205, 218, 225
-, commuting to work in, 69, 107
-, corporation, 142, 153–4
-, man., 75, 96
-, mkt., 210
-, migration to, 185
-, waterworks, 153

Swindon, Marlborough, & Andover Railway, 127, 139, 152, 163

Swindon United Gas Co., 218

T.

Talbot:
-, Sir John, 143
-, John (another), 143
-, Olive, see Sharington
-, Sharington, 143

Talmage, E. F. M., 25

Tancarville, Wm. de, 91

Tanner:
-, John, 143, 145
-, Rob. P., 143, 145
-, Thos., 208
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1784), 97
-, Wm. (fl. 1845), 93
-, Wm. (d. before 1898), and his w. Jane, 145

tanners and tanneries, 40–1, 176, 203, 209

tanning industry, 40, 201, 209

Tarrant, Benj., 112

Tarren, John, 130

Tattersalls Ltd., bloodstock auctioneers, 172, 178

Tatton, Mrs. W. E., 154

Taylor:
-, Alex. (d. 1894), 172, 175, 178
-, Alex. (d. 1943), 100, 173, 178
-, John, 191
-, Thos., 100
-, Wm., 85
-, —, bell founder, 222

team ministries, 181, 220; and see Kennet, Upper; Ridgeway; Whitton

Teffont Evias, 93

Templars (knights of the Temple), 145, 160, 168, 174

Temple Rockley (in Preshute), 62, 160, 165, 168, 174, 179
-, agric., 179
-, cust. tenants, 179
-, farm, 174, 179–80
-, man., 138, 145, 174, 179, 181

Temse:
-, Joan, m. Nic. Wardour, 56
-, Wm., 56

tenants, customary, see under places; (less common), see acremen; corsiclemen

Tewkesbury (Glos.), abbey, 113, 130

textile industry, see bone lace making; cloth industry; clothmaking; clothworking; cotton spinning; dyeho.; finishing processes; fulling; fustian manufacture; quilling ho.; silk manufacture; spinning; weaving; wool manufacture; wool stapling; wool trade; woollen manufacture

textiles, see broad cloths; burel; candlewick; cotton; fustians; kerseys; 'tuscin'

Thames Valley & Wiltshire Poultry Producers (formerly Wiltshire Poultry Farmers Ltd.), 82

Thames Water, 153

theatres, 72, 143

Thelwell, Miss, 228

Theobald:
-, Ric., 188
-, Ric., s. of Ric., 188

Thieves Way, 3

Thimble, John, 191

Thistlethwaite, Alex., 75

Thomas, count of Perche, 72

Thomegay, Peter, 160

Thornhill hundred, 62

Thorold, J. E., 155

Thorold's Pure Lime and Hydrate Co. Ltd., 157

Thorpe, Hen., vicar of Preshute, canon of Salisbury, 182

Thring:
-, Jas., 94
-, Ric., 94

Thrup:
-, Adam of, 30
-, (or Geraud), Osmund of, 30
-, Rob. of, and his w. Agnes, 31

Thrup (in Ramsbury), 15, 18, 22, 30, 35, 37, 41
-, agric., 35
-, dom. archit., 18
-, farms, 30–1, 35–7
-, inc., 33
-, man., 30–2, 35, 39
-, man. ho., 18
-, mill, 40
-, place name, 15
-, Saxon settlement, 15

Thurman, Edw., 172

tile manufacture, 176

timber merchants, 27

Tiptoft:
-, John, Lord Tiptoft, 109, 130
-, Marg., see Badlesmere

Titcombe, J. C., 229

Toby, Rob., 112

Tocotes, Sir Rog., 94

Todd, Geo., 172, 178

Toli (fl. 1066), 110

toll, freedom from, 208

toll and team, 157, 212

tollhouse, see Preston

tolls, 177, 180, 208, 210, 214

Tomlyns, Sam., 225

Toni (fl. 1066), 130

Tooker:
-, Ann, w. of Chas. (d. 1700), 123
-, Chas. (d. 1700), 93, 96, 121
-, Chas. (d. 1716), 95–6, 121, 123
-, fam., 124

Topping, Thos., vicar of Iwerne Minster, 31

Torand, Thos., 188

Tories, 213, 219

tourns, see Wiltshire: sheriffs

town clerk, 213–15

Townsend:
-, Ric., 30
-, Ric. (another), 30

tractarianism, 124

Tracy:
-, Steph., 57
-, Theodosia, see Smith

trades and industries, see agricultural engineering; agricultural implement manufacture; basket making; bell founding; bootmaking; brass founding; brewing; brick making; candle making; clay pipe making; clock making; coach trade; egg production; electrical circuits manufacture; furniture manufacture; glovemaking; hatmaking; hempen cloth manufacture; hide leather production; honey retailing; hurdle making; indiarubber industry; jewellery design and manufacture; leather trades; lime making; lime quarrying; liquid fertilizer making; pig farming; pin making; printing press; puppet manufacture; rope making; sack making; sail cloth manufacture; soap making; straw plaiting; suede leather production; tanning industry; textile industry (for cross references); tile manufacture; trout farming; twine manufacture; vine growing; willow weaving; wine trade; wire drawing; wooden button manufacture

treason, 212

treasure trove, 63

treasurer (borough), 214–15

treasury (medieval), 166, 168

Tree, Jeremy, 100

Treene, Wm., 100

Tregoze:
-, Clarice, m. — la Warr, 120
-, John, 96, 120, 144
-, Rob., 96
-, fam., 144

Trenchard:
-, Sir Geo., 23
-, Sir Thos., 23
-, Thos., s. of Sir Thos., 23
-, Thos., grandson of Sir Thos., 23
-, Sir Thos. (another), 23, 27

trespass, 213
-, pleas of, 66

trespass and assault, 213

trespass on the case, 213

Troup, F. G., 194

trout, 175

trout farming, 133

Trowbridge, 205, 228
-, as address, 124, 177
-, man., 72
-, Tabernacle ch., 150

Trusloe:
-, Joan, w. of Thos., 93, 98
-, John (d. 1593), 93, 96, 98
-, John (fl. 1614–23), 93–6
-, John (fl. 1692), 95
-, Ric. (d. 1614), 93, 95–6
-, Ric. (fl. 1702), 95
-, Thos., 98
-, fam., 98

Tubb:
-, Jas., 56
-, T., 56
-, Wm., 56
-, fam., 56

Tuck, Adam, see Peddington

Tucker:
-, R. H., vicar of St. Mary's, Marlborough, 208
-, W., 194

tucker, 208

tumbrel, 41, 65, 101, 196

Turchil (fl. 1086), 143, 147

Turga (fl. before 1147), 142

Turnbull, N., & Co., 41

Turnell, A. R., 148

Turner:
-, Alf., 118–19
-, Caroline Charlotte, 184
-, H. B., 184
-, Stephana Maria, 184

Turstin (fl. 1086), 96

'tuscin', 82

Twells, Leonard, vicar of St. Mary's, Marlborough, 220–1

Twine:
-, Adam, 112–13
-, Geo., 112–13

twine manufacture, 209

Tyeys:
-, Hen., Baron Tyeys (d. 1308), 142
-, Hen., Baron Tyeys (d. 1321), 142

U.

Uffcott (in Broad Hinton), 62, 105, 108, 110, 112–13, 115–18
-, agric., 113, 115–16
-, boundaries, 107
-, ch., 112, 116
-, dom. archit., 108
-, farms, 115–16
-, inc., 115
-, inn, 108
-, man., 112–13, 115, 117
-, Uffcott Ho., 108, 112

Uffington (Berks., later Oxon.), 28

Ulgar (fl. 1066), 109

Ulmar (fl. 1066), 96

Ulviet (fl. 1066–86), 96

Ulvric (fl. 1086), 112

United Reformed church, 225–6

United States Air Force, 17

Upavon, 25

Upham, Hugh of, 76

Upham (in Aldbourne), 71, 74–6, 78–9, 84
-, agric., 77–8
-, as address, 23, 27, 96, 188
-, cust. tenants, 77
-, farms, 74, 78–80
-, pop., 71
-, Upham, Lower, 72

Upham, Upper (in Aldbourne), 65, 67, 69, 71
-, agric., 67
-, as address, 6, 82, 84
-, cts., 82
-, dom. archit., 72
-, farm, 75, 78, 80
-, field system, 67
-, inc., 79
-, man., 75, 77–8, 85
-, pop., 71
-, prehist. settlement, 67
-, Romano-Brit. settlement and rem., 67
-, Upper Upham Ho., 71–2, 75, 96

Upton:
-, Evelyn, see Witchampton
-, John, 31

Upton Grey (Hants), 103

urban sanitary authority, see Marlborough: borough

Usher's Wiltshire Brewery Ltd., 210

V.

Vaisey:
-, Mary, see Appleford
-, Rob. (fl. 1756), 48
-, Rob. (d. 1834), and his w. Eliz., 48
-, Rob., s. of Rob. (d. 1834), 48

Vale, Thos., 228

Valence, Aymer de, and his w. Beatrice, 167

Vaughan:
-, Anne, see Hungerford
-, Cuthbert, and his w. Eliz., 189
-, Hugh, 129
-, R. T., 194

vee de naam (de vetito namio), pleas of, 41, 65, 196

vermin, destruction of, 207

vert and venison, court of, 82

vestry, see Marlborough: par. of St. Mary; Ogbourne St. George

vine growing, 133

Vines, Wm., 95

W.

waifs, 63

wake, 211

Waldron:
-, Cheyney (fl. c. 1800), 27, 31
-, Cheyney (d. 1819), 27–8
-, Jas. Lovegrove, 27
-, John (d. before 1820), 31
-, John (fl. 1851), 27–8
-, Lovegrove, 27, 31
-, Lovegrove, s. of Lovegrove, 31
-, Steph., 27
-, Thos., 28
-, Thos. White, 31
-, Wal. Brind, 31
-, and see Walrond

Waleran the huntsman, 120–1

Walerand:
-, Aubrey, m. 2 John of Ingham, 3 (Wm.) de Botreaux, 120
-, Isabel, m.—Neville, 120
-, Isabel (another), w. of Wm., see Kilpeck
-, Rob., 166
-, Wal., 120
-, Wm., 144
-, and see Walrond

Waleys:
-, Ingram de, 142
-, John de, 142

Walford:
-, Frances, see Seymour
-, John, 30

Walker:
-, F. S., 76
-, John, 136
-, M. R., 154
-, W. Hall, 7

Wall:
-, Irene Jane, see Phipson
-, Jas. Bernard, 94

Wallingford:
-, Maud, m. 1 Miles Crispin, 2 Brian FitzCount, 141–2, 149, 153–4, 158
-, Wigod (Wigot) of, 153, 171

Wallingford (Berks., later Oxon.):
-, honor, 65, 141–2, 152–3, 157–8, 171, 180
-, cts., 152, 157
-, priory, 105, 113, 117

Wallis:
-, F., 194
-, John, 224

Walrond:
-, Edw., 84
-, Geo., 75
-, Ingram, 75
-, Jas., 56
-, John (fl. 1326), 75
-, John (fl. early 19th cent.), 56
-, Rob. (fl. 1677), 56
-, Rob., s. of Rob. (fl. 1677), 56
-, Rob. (fl. 18th cent., several of the name), 56
-, Rob. (fl. 1831), 56
-, Thos. (d. c. 1553), 75
-, Thos. (d. by 1558), 75
-, Thos. (d. by 1569), 75
-, Thos. (fl. 1606), 76
-, Thos. (fl. 1622, ? same), 75
-, Wm. (fl. 1311), 75
-, Wm. (fl. 1326), 75
-, Wm. (fl. 1527), 75
-, Wm. (d. 1614), 84
-, fam., 75
-, and see Waldron; Walerand

Walsingham:
-, Frances, m. Rob. Devereux, earl of Essex, 49
-, Sir Fras., and his w. Ursula, 49

Walter son of Gunuld, 112

Walter son of John, 96

Walter:
-, Hubert, abp. of Canterbury, 166
-, Sarah, m. Hen. Howson, 94

Walton, R. T., 56

Wanborough, 3, 76–7
-, cust. tenants, 77
-, Foxhill, 7, 9, 80

Wansdyke, 119, 161

Wantage:
-, Joan of, 31
-, John of, 31
-, Wm. of, 31
-, Wm. of (another), 31

War Department, 7, 153–4

Ward:
-, Hannah, see Hawkes
-, John, 142
-, M. F., 142
-, Rob., 191
-, T. R., 142

Ward & Co. (formerly Ward, Brown, Merriman, & Halcomb), 210

Wardour:
-, Chidiock, 56
-, Joan, see Temse
-, Mary, 56
-, Nic., 56
-, Wm., 56

Warenne, John de, earl of Surrey, 191

Warneford, Wal. of, 23, 25

Warner:
-, John, Regius Professor of Medicine in the university of Oxford, chaplain of Beckhampton, 96
-, —, 94

Warner & Sons, 45

Warr:
-, Clarice la, see Tregoze
-, John la, 120

warreners, 78–9, 132

warrens, 7, 63, 67, 72–3, 77–9, 132–3, 175; and see free warren; hare warrens; rabbit warrens

warrens and chases, keepers of, 37, 75, 78–9

Warry:
-, Cath., see Stone
-, (later Warry-Stone), W. J. E., 74
-, Wm., 74

Warwick, earldom, 113
-, earls of, see Beauchamp; Neville

Warwickshire, see Studley

Wase, Reynold s. of, see Reynold

Wase:
-, Faith, ? w. of Rog., 109
-, John, 109–10
-, Nic. (fl. in or before 13th cent.), 110, 188
-, Nic. (fl. 1365), 109
-, Rog., 109
-, fam., 109

Washbrook, W. I., 228

watchmen and watching, 212, 217–18

water meadows, see Avebury; Axford; Beckhampton; Clatford; Hinton, Broad; Littlecote; Manton; Marlborough Castle: barton; Mildenhall; Ogbourne Maizey; Ogbourne St. Andrew; Poulton; Ramsbury; Stitchcombe

water towers, see Baydon; Marlborough

watercress, 8, 39

waters and river bank, keeper of, 37

waterworks, see Marlborough; Swindon

Watney, V. J., 31

Watson, Jos., Baron Manton, 172

Watts, Sid., 26–7, 73

weavers and weaving, 157, 208

Webb:
-, Sir Aston, 164
-, Bart., vicar of Ogbourne St. Andrew, 149–50, 159
-, Mary, w. of Thos. (? another), 178
-, Noah, 84, 103
-, Ric., 6
-, Rob., 178
-, Thos., 178
-, Thos. (? another), 178
-, (or Richmond), Wm., 113
-, fam., 178

weighbridge, 211

weighing beam or engine, 211, 214; and see scales

Weldon, Mr., 226

Welford (Berks.), 136

Wellesley:
-, Arthur, duke of Wellington (d. 1852), 109
-, Arthur, duke of Wellington (d. 1884), 109

Wells:
-, Jas., 11, 74, 81, 183
-, Phil., 228
-, Rob., 81, 222
-, Rob., s. of Rob., 11, 81

Wells (Som.), canon of, see John

Wentworth, Jos., 86

Were:
-, Agnes, see Brown
-, Clement, see Brown
-, John, 171
-, John (another), see Brown
-, Ric. (three of the name), see Brown
-, Rob., see Brown
-, Thos. (two of the name), see Brown

Werlton:
-, Mic. de, 56
-, Wal. de, 56

Wesley, John, 226

West Woods, see Overton: Overton, West

Westall, Jemima, 228

Westbury, fam., 177

Westbury, 201, 228

Westminster:
-, abbey, 31–2
-, Savoy, palace, 78

Weston:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Cooper, 121
-, Geof., 121
-, John, 121
-, Ric., 122
-, Rob., 122
-, Wm., 121

Westropp, Eliz., 95

Weyman, Stan., 170

Whatley:
-, C. W., 142
-, John, 206

Whatley Bros., 142

Whatton, H. de H., 145

Wheathampstead (Herts.), 95–6

Whetherly, W. E. S., 155

Whigs, 213, 219

Whitchurch, Reynold of, 131

White:
-, Arthur Edw., 27
-, Dan., 23
-, Dorothy, 48
-, Geo., 178
-, H., 113
-, Hen., 111
-, Jas. (fl. 1778), 183
-, Jas. (fl. 1919), 80
-, Jas. (d. 1926, ? same), 73
-, John (fl. late 17th cent.), 98
-, John (d. 1712), vicar of Avebury, 93
-, John (fl. 20th cent.), 27, 48, 56, 73
-, Percival, 48
-, S. B., 178
-, T. H., Ltd., 176, 210
-, Wm. (d. by 1678), rector of Pusey and of Appleton, 222
-, Wm. (fl. before 1755), 93
-, Wm. (d. c. 1835), 178
-, Wm. (fl. 1847), 177
-, Wm., architect, 52, 164, 171
-, and see Wight

white horses, see Hinton, Broad; Preshute; Rockley

Whitechapel (Mdx.), 81

Whitelocke:
-, John, 28
-, Sarah, see Liddiard

Whiteshard Bottom, 125, 151

Whitmore Bacon Organization (formerly Whitmore's Ltd.), 209

Whitton (benefice), 42–3, 60, 83

Whittonditch (in Ramsbury), 12–13, 15, 18, 26–7, 32–6, 39
-, agric., 34
-, common meadow, 34
-, Crowood Ho., 15, 26, 96
-, as address, 26, 46, 55
-, and see Crowood estate
-, cust. tenants, 32, 34, 51
-, dom. archit., 18, 27
-, farms, 26–8, 33–4, 36–7
-, imparking, 34
-, inc., 34
-, prehist. rem., 13
-, tithing, 18, 26–7, 34, 41, 57
-, pop., 18
-, Whittonditch, Upper, 15, 18, 36, 59 inn, 18
-, woodland, 13

Whityeatt:
-, Mary, m. John Moore (d. 1696), 48
-, Thos. (d. 1679), 48
-, Thos. (d. 1691), 48

Wight:
-, G. R., 130
-, fam., 130
-, and see White

Wight, Isle of:
-, lord of, see Reviers
-, and see Newport

Wigot, see Wallingford

Wild:
-, John, vicar of Ramsbury, 44
-, and see Wyld

William I, 72, 112, 165

William III (William of Orange), 30, 170

William, bp. of Chalons, count of Perche, 72

William at the hill, 39

Williams:
-, Sir Erasmus, rector of St. Peter's, Marlborough, and of Rushall, chancellor of St. David's, 224
-, John (fl. 1801–4), 73
-, John (d. c. 1828), 55
-, John (d. c. 1854), 55, 59, 61
-, John (fl. 1884), 55
-, John Allin, 55, 59
-, Peckham, 73
-, Wm., 57

Williamson, Sir Adam, governor of Jamaica and St. Domingo, and his w. Ann, 92

Williamstrip (in Coln St. Aldwyns), 19

Willoughby:
-, Chris. (fl. 1543), 111
-, Chris. (fl. 1678), 228
-, Chris. (d. 1681, ? same), 6, 9–11
-, Chris. (d. 1715), 6
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1695), 6
-, Geo. (d. 1751), and his w. Jane, 6
-, Hen., 6–8
-, fam., 6, 8

willow cutters, 82

willow square makers, 82

willow weaving, 82

willows, 87; and see withy beds

Wills:
-, D. S., 29
-, Sir Ernest Salter, 29, 31
-, G. S., 23, 29
-, fam., 31

Wilson:
-, A. W. F., 195
-, Edw., 154
-, Freeman, 195
-, G. W., 22–3
-, Geo., 24
-, Hen., 52, 73–4, 76, 80
-, Hen. (another), 24
-, John, vicar of Bishopstone, 10
-, John (another), vicar of Ramsbury, 44
-, Mrs. M. M., 24

Wilton, earl of, see Egerton

Wilton, 42, 201
-, as address, 130
-, Wilton Ho., 20–1

Wilts. and Dorset Banking Co. Ltd., 210

Wiltshire, 18, 42, 144, 201
-, assizes, 28
-, county council, 112, 115
-, county cts., 201, 213, 219
-, county fire service, 218
-, county gaols, 212, 214
-, county police force, 218
-, county rate, 214
-, Devizes constituency, 220
-, J.P.s, 214–15
-, petty sessional div., 216
-, petty sessions, 216
-, quarter sessions, 201, 215
-, sheriffs, 24, 30, 63, 167

Wiltshire County Cricket Club, 204

Wiltshire Echo, 205

Wiltshire Folk Life Society, 90

Wiltshire Militia, 204

Wiltshire Opinion Special (formerly Wiltshire Opinion), 205

Wiltshire Poultry Farmers Ltd., see Thames Valley & Wiltshire Poultry Producers

Winchester, earl of, see Despenser

Winchester (Hants), 208, 212
-, abbey of St. Mary, 121–2
-, bp., 9; and see Eahlmund; Morley
-, burgesses, 210
-, cath. ch.:
-, canon, see Soley
-, dean and chapter, 74–5, 83
-, honor, 112
-, law of, 212
-, mkts., 210
-, see, 130

Winchfield (Hants), rector of, see Meyrick, Edw. Graves

Winchilsea, earl of, see Finch, Chas.

Windmill Hill (in Avebury and Winterbourne Monkton), 87, 89, 94, 97–8, 193, 195–6

windmills, 70, 81, 147, 157, 194, 196

Windsor (Berks.):
-, castle, 175
-, chap. of St. Geo., 142, 149, 154, 158–9

wine, 208

wine trade, 208

Wingrove & Edge Ltd., 209–10

Winslow:
-, Agnes, w. of Wm., m. 2 Rob. Andrew, 23
-, Joan, m. Hen. Hall, 23
-, Thos., 23
-, Wm., 23

Winter, Cornelius, 104, 225, 228

Winterbourne:
-, Theobald of, 188
-, Thos. of, 31

Winterbourne (regional name), 184–5, 187, 194
-, place name, 184, 192

Winterbourne Bassett, 62–3, 65–6, 91, 101, 116–18, 184–92, 186
-, adv., 191
-, agric., 185, 189
-, boundaries, 184
-, ch., 107, 191–3
-, cts., 190
-, curates, 191
-, cust. tenants, 189–90
-, dom. archit., 185
-, farms, 187, 189–90
-, glebe, 190–1
-, inc., 189
-, inn, 185
-, man., 174, 184–5, 187–90
-, man. ho., 187
-, mill, 190
-, place name, 184
-, poor relief, 191
-, pop., 185
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 184
-, prot. nonconf., 192
-, Rabson, q.v.
-, rectors, 184, 191; and see Basset, Fulk; Glass
-, rectory ho., 191
-, Richardson, q.v.
-, roads, 185
-, schs., 192
-, Stanmore, q.v.
-, streams, 184, 189
-, tithes, 184, 191
-, Winterbourne, North, 184, 192; and see Rabson: place name
-, woodland, 185

Winterbourne Monkton, 62–3, 65, 101–3, 184, 186, 192–8
-, adv., 197
-, agric., 193, 195–6
-, boundaries, 192–3
-, bridge, 193
-, chap., 101–2, 196
-, chap. (free), 195, 197
-, ch., 193, 196–8
-, cts., 196
-, curates, 197–8
-, cust. tenants, 174, 195–6
-, dom. archit., 193–4
-, farms, 194–6
-, glebe, 197
-, glebe ho., 197
-, inc., 195–7
-, inn, 193
-, man., 194–5, 197
-, mill, 194, 196
-, Monkton Down, 193
-, place name, 192
-, poor relief, 196
-, pop., 193
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 193
-, prot. nonconf., 198
-, rectory, 194
-, roads, 193
-, Romano-Brit. settlement and rem., 193
-, sch., 193, 198
-, streams, 192–3
-, tithes, 195–7
-, vicarage, 101, 196–7
-, vicars, 197–8; and see Bannings, Thos.; Hubert; London, Wm.
-, Windmill Hill, q.v.

wire drawing, 209

Witchampton:
-, Alice, m. John Upton, 31
-, David of, 31
-, Evelyn of, see Eastrop

withy beds, 87; and see willows

Wittenham, Little (Berks., later Oxon.), 211

Witts, Edw., 81

woad, 208

Wodhay, see Woodhay

Wolsey, Cardinal Thos., abp. of York, 31, 201

wooden button manufacture, 81

Woodhay (Wodhay):
-, Hen. of, 110
-, John, and his w. Joan, 31

Woodlands, see Mildenhall

Woodley, Wm., 113

Woodman:
-, H. D., 76
-, Wm., 76

Woodroffe:
-, Ant., 26
-, Sarah, 26

woods, keeper of, 37

Woodsend (in Aldbourne), 67, 69
-, pop., 71
-, prot. nonconf., 71, 85
-, sch., 71, 84–5

Woodville, Eliz., see Elizabeth

woodward, 78

wool stapling, 208

wool trade, 157

Woolcott, Hen., 100

Wooldridge:
-, John, 155–6
-, Wm., 160

woolhouse, 208

Woolland:
-, Mary, m. 1— Dempster, 2 Raymond Lomax, 56
-, Moses, 26–7, 55–7, 73
-, Wal., 27, 30, 55–7
-, fam., 55

woollen draper, 208

woollen manufacture, 208

woolmen, 157, 208

Wootton (Wotton):
-, Agnes, m. Wm. York, 24, 44
-, Chas., 191
-, Eliz., w. of Nic., 24
-, Nic., 24–5, 44
-, fam., 39

Wootton (unidentified), parson of, see Eustace

Wootton Bassett, 105

Worcester, bp. of, see Poulton, Thos.

Wordsworth, Chris., rector of St. Peter's, Marlborough, canon of Lincoln, master of hosp. of St. Nic., Salisbury, 222, 224

workhouses:
-, (borough and parish), see Aldbourne; Bristol; Marlborough: borough, par. of St. Mary, par. of St. Peter; Ramsbury
-, (union), see Marlborough poor-law union

working men's hall, see Marlborough

worsted maker, 208

Worthington:
-, Cecily, see Burgess
-, Jas., 206

Wotton, see Wootton

Wright:
-, J. D., 55
-, Wm., 113

Wroth:
-, J. B., 173
-, J. T., 173

Wroughton:
-, Sir Chris., 109, 122
-, Sir Geo., 174
-, Sir Giles, 109, 116
-, Isabel, w. of Wm. (d. 1392), 96, 109, 111, 188
-, John (d. c. 1429), 109
-, John (d. 1496), 95, 109, 122
-, Phil., 143
-, Sir Thos., 109, 116, 174
-, Wm. (d. 1392), 96, 109–10, 188
-, Wm. (d. 1408), 109
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1559), 109, 122, 188, 191
-, fam., 95, 188

Wroughton, 105, 139
-, airfield, 108
-, Elcombe, 112, 115
-, cts., 116
-, Quidhampton, 118
-, reservoir, 153
-, Salthrop, 52, 114

Wulfere (fl. 869), 194

Wulfswyth (fl. 939), 120

Wyatt:
-, T. H., 59, 182, 224
-, Woodrow, Ltd., 205

Wyld:
-, Geo., 129
-, Thos., 129
-, Wm., 83
-, and see Wild

Wynburne, Mrs. L., 184

Wyndham:
-, Sir Chas., earl of Egremont, 169, 174
-, Chas. Wm., 174
-, Geo., earl of Egremont (d. 1837), 174
-, Geo., earl of Egremont (d. 1845), 174
-, Percy Chas., 174

Y.

Yatesbury, R.A.F. sta., 17, 104

York:
-, Agnes, see Wootton
-, John, 24–5, 44
-, Thos., 24, 44
-, Wm., 24, 43–4

York, dukes of, see Edmund; Edward; Plantagenet

York:
-, abp., see Wolsey
-, dean, see Basset, Fulk; Langley

Young:
-, G., 129
-, M. R., 187
-, N. R. R., 194–5
-, Wm., 172, 178
-, fam., 146, 156

Z.

Zouche:
-, Eliz. de la, 144
-, Eudes de la, 144
-, Millicent de la, see Cauntelo