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'Index', A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 5 (1973), pp. 305-336. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66696 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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NOTE. An italic page-number denotes an illustration on that page or facing it. The pages containing the substantive history of a parish are indicated by bold-face type. A page-number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page.

Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may require elucidation: Adm., Admiral; adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; abp., archbishop; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; b., born; bro., brother; Camb., Cambridge; Capt., Captain; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charity(-ies); Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church(es); Coll., College; Col., Colonel; ctss., countess; ct(s)., court(s); Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; dom. archit., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Gen., General; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; grds., grandson; Gt., Great; Hen., Henry; hosp., hospital; ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; ld., lord; Maj., Major; man., manor; mkt., market; m., married; Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; Oxf., Oxford; par., parish; pk., park; Phil., Philip; pop., population; rly., railway; Revd., the Reverend; Ric., Richard; Rob., Robert; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; sis., sister; s., son; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; vct., viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; wid., widow; Wm., William.

A.

Abbot, John, rector of Harlton, 224

Abbotsley (Hunts.), 18, 36, 39, 51

Abingdon (Berks.), 104

Achi the Dane (fl. 1066), 148, 216

Adam son of Simon, see FitzSimon

Adam, Simon s. of, see FitzSimon

Adam (Adams):
-, John (fl. 1523), 40
-, John (fl. 1600), 101
-, Rob., vicar of Haslingfield, 236
-, Wm. (fl. 1628), 101–2
-, Wm. (d. 1849), 174, 196, 198
-, fam., 21, 101

Adeane:
-, C. R. W., 301
-, H. J., 295

Adelulf (or Adelwold) the Fleming, 38

Admond, John, 156–7

Adventurers' Fen, see Burwell

Aette, Wm. de, 165–6

Affleck, Sir Rob., 301

Africa:
-, bp. in, see MacKenzie
-, and see South Africa

Agar-Robartes, Thos. Chas., Vct. Clifden, 62, 114, 116, 146, 265, 271

agriculture, see common, rights of; crops (less common); crops, rotation of; demesnes, leasing of; market-gardening; orchards and fruit-farming; pig-breeding; sheep and sheep-farming; town ploughs; wages, labourers'; works, villeins'

Ailbrith, Peter s. of, see Peter

airfields, 4, 16, 88, 176, 297

Aiscough, Mary, 260

Akeman Street (road from Cambridge to Arrington Bridge), 59, 160, 176, 199, 214, 216, 241, 263–4

Alan the Black, Count, of Brittany, earl of Richmond (d. 1093), 228

Alan the Red, Count, of Brittany, earl of Richmond (d. 1089), 5, 17, 60, 62, 106, 113, 122–3, 129, 131, 133, 138 n, 142–4, 148, 202, 228, 244, 256, 265, 268–9

Alan the sewer, 267; and see Beach, Gilb. of

Alblaster, Thos., rector of Kingston, 118

Alcock, John, bp. of Ely, 236

Aldfield, Eustace of, 229

ale-tasters, 32, 79, 117, 133, 144, 155, 222

Alexander III, pope, 33, 74, 171

Alexander, grand duke, later Alexander II, Russian emperor, 284

Alexander the miller, 64

Alexander, F. C. M., 296

Alfgar, earl of Mercia, 28, 36, 46, 60, 74, 89, 112, 148, 254

Alfgeat Gaest (fl. 1066), 112–13

Alfhelm (fl. c. 989), and his w. Affa, 106

Alfhelm Poga (d. c. 989), 106

Alfmaer (fl. 989), 106

Alfstan (fl. 989), 106

Alice, anchoress (fl. 1270), 172

Allen (Alleyn):
-, G. O., 296
-, John, rector of Harlton, 225
-, Thos., vicar of Grantchester, 210

allotments, 68, 143, 170, 194, 197, 209, 213–14, 222, 254, 258–9, 263

Almar of Bourn (fl. 1066–86), 5, 17, 20, 106, 113, 122

Almar (fl. 1066, ? another), 112–13

alms-houses, see Arrington; Bourn; Croxton; Gamlingay; Gransden, Little; Grantchester; Longstowe; Orwell; Oxford

Alnesbourn Priory (Suff.), 133

Alston:
-, Cath., see Bovey
-, John, see Wasse
-, Sir Thos., 122

Altham:
-, Jas., 29
-, Rob., 29

Alvediston (Wilts.), 9

Alvric (fl. 1066), 141

Alward (fl. 1066), 106

amercements of tenants, 12, 234

America (United States of), 303
-, air force, 140
-, and see South Carolina

Ames:
-, Audrey, w. of Rob. (fl. 1591), 220
-, Francis, 220
-, Joan, 1st w. of Rob. (fl. 1542), 220
-, Joan, 2nd w. of Rob. (fl. 1542), 220
-, John (fl. 1375), 220
-, John (fl. 1585), 220
-, Ric. (d. c. 1516), 224
-, Ric. (fl. 1542), 220
-, Rob. (fl. 1542), 220
-, Rob. (fl. 1591), 220
-, Wm., 220
-, fam., 220

Amphelise, m. Niel of Radwell, 28

Ampthill (Beds.), 134

Amsterdam (Holland), 303

Amundeville, Alice de, see St. Andrew

Anabaptists, see Baptists

Anderson:
-, Edm. (d. 1740), 178
-, Edm. (fl. 1746), 178

Andeville:
-, Alex. de, 60
-, his heirs, 266
-, Beatrice de, m. Sir Rob. Hoo, 60
-, Hamelin de, 60, 64
-, Humph. de, 60, 113, 162, 266
-, Ric. de, 60, 266
-, Thos. de, 65
-, fam., 65, 162, 266

Angers (Maine et Loire, France), abbey of St. Sergius and St. Bacchus, 133, 144, 269

Angier:
-, Edw. (d. 1625), 193
-, Edw. (fl. after 1625), 193
-, Francis, 163
-, Hen., 193
-, John (fl. 1538), 183, 187
-, John (d. 1805), 193
-, John (d. 1835), 193
-, Mic., 178
-, Nic. (fl. 1510), 192
-, Nic. (fl. 1520, ? another), 183
-, Nic. (fl. 1567), 183
-, Nic. (fl. 1630), 100
-, Ric. (d. 1479), 166–7, 172
-, Ric. (fl. 1520), 183
-, Ric. (d. 1597), 161, 163, 193, 195, 197
-, Ric., s. of Ric. (d. 1597), 193
-, Rob. (fl. 1567), 183
-, Rob. (d.c. 1610), 178
-, Rob. (fl. 1620), 178–9
-, Thos., 183
-, fam., 183, 193

Anglesey Priory (in Bottisham), 231–2

angling, see fishing

Anglo-Saxon remains, 198 n

Angood, Ric., 21–2

Animal Health Trust, Equine Research Station, 286

Ankelyne:
-, Eliz., m.—Elys, 244
-, Nic., 244

Anketyne, Nic., 218

Anlaby, Ric., rector of Orwell, 248

Anne, queen of England, 281

Anne, dau. of Edw. IV, m. Thos. Howard, duke of Norfolk (d. 1554), 130

Ansgar the Staller, 148, 219, 229, 254

Anstey, Denise of, m. Warin de Munchensy, 7, 9–10

Anstey (Herts.), ld. of, see Nicholas

Appleford:
-, Lucy, see Fercles
-, Wm. (d. after 1260), 202
-, Wm. (fl. 1273), 202, 208

Appleyard, Wm., 28

Apsley, Sir Allen, 89, 93

Apthorpe:
-, John, 75
-, Steph., 77
-, fam., 90

Arborfield (Berks.), 34

architects, see Blomefield; Blow; Bodley; Fawcett; Flitcroft; Gibbs, Jas.; Kendall, H.E.; Kett, —; Miller, Sanderson; Repton, Humph. and J. A.; St. Aubyn; Shaw, Norman; Simpson, Sir John W.; Soane; Stuart

Argentine:
-, Agnes de, m. Phil. FitzErnis (fl. 1225), 48
-, Agnes de, m. Roger of Upleatham, 48
-, Christine de, m. Albert de Craster, 48
-, David de, 18, 20, 36, 39
-, Roger de, 48
-, Wm. de (d. by 1185), 48
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1396), 72, 81
-, fam., of Upleatham, 48

Armingford hundred, 1, 138

Armstead, Wm., 35

Arnold son of Robert, 181

Arrington:
-, Ric., vicar of Haslingfield, 236
-, Rose of, m. Hen. of Orwell, 202

Arrington, 138–9, 140–7, 251
-, adv., 145
-, agric., 142–4
-, alms-ho., 140, 147
-, bridges, 140
-, char., 147
-, ch., 121, 140, 144–6
-, cts., 130, 141, 144
-, curates, 145
-, dom. archit., 140
-, farms, 142–3, 269
-, fields, 142
-, glebe, 145
-, hearth tax, 274, 276, 278
-, inc., 138, 142
-, inns, 140
-, man., 106, 137 n, 141–2, 216, 242, 265
-, man.-ho., 142
-, military hosp., 140–1
-, mills, 144
-, nonconf., 146
-, pk., 140, 143, 265
-, police sta., 140–1
-, poor-relief, 144
-, pop., 141
-, rectors, 144
-, rectory, 144–5
-, roads, 140, 145, 264
-, sch., 146, 271
-, tithes, 144–5
-, vicarage, 145, 248, 270
-, ho., 145
-, sequestration of, 145
-, vicars, 145–6

Arrington Bridge, 59, 140, 167, 263
-, road from, to Cambridge, see Akeman Street

Arrington and Melbourn petty sessions, 140–1

Arundel (Arundell):
-, Sir John (d. 1379), 37
-, John (fl. 1417), 7
-, John, Ld. Maltravers (d. 1421), 37
-, Marg., see Burghersh
-, Thos., bp. of Ely, abp. of Canterbury, 96, 209, 237

Arundel:
-, ctss. of, see D'Aubigny
-, earls of, see Fitzalan, John and Thos.

Ashby, Canons (Northants.), 89

Ashfield:
-, Cecily, see Gardiner
-, Florence, see Butler
-, Geo., 18, 38–9
-, John, 18
-, Rob., and his w., 39

Ashton, C. T., 292

Ashwell (Herts.), 19

Ashwood, Luke, 85

Aslakby, Wm., rector of Coton, 195

Asphall, John de, 142–3

Asplen, Wm., 131

assizes of bread and ale, 12, 32, 64, 79, 109, 117, 138, 144, 155, 185, 208, 222, 234, 247, 259

Astell:
-, John Harvey, 73
-, Ric. John Vereker, 73
-, Wm., 73
-, Wm. Harvey, 73

Asthill, Wm., rector of Gamlingay, 81–2

Astley, Sir John, 115

Astor, Maj. J. J., 90, 105, 107, 109

Astyn, John, 81–2

Athelstan Mannessune, 106

Athoo, John, rector of Harlton, 224; and see Hoo

Atkyns:
-, John, 169
-, fam., 169

Atmill, John, and his w. Annora, 218; and see Mill

Atterbury:
-, Anne, see Dive
-, Rob., 5

Attleborough (Norf.), 113

Aubrey, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Audley:
-, Eliz. or Isabel, 203
-, Hugh de, earl of Gloucester, 141
-, Joan, see Lacy
-, John, 203
-, Marg. de, w. of Hugh de, see Clare
-, Marg. de, m. Ralph Stafford, earl of Stafford, 141
-, Nic., 201
-, Thos. Reynaud of (d. c. 1338), 203, 210
-, Thos (d. 1346), 203
-, Thos. (d. 1358), 203
-, Wm., 203

Australia:
-, cricket team, 296
-, emigration to, 68

Aveling, J. C., 303

Avenel:
-, Agnes, ? w. of John (fl. 1279), m. 2 John Lyndhurst, 267
-, Gillian, see Bealknap
-, John (fl. 1279), 72, 81, 130, 266–7
-, Sir John (d. 1359), 72, 130
-, Sir John (d. 1383), 18, 72, 130, 266
-, Ric., 72
-, Rob. (d. by 1260), 72, 267
-, Rob. (d. 1387), 18, 72, 81, 130, 267
-, Wal., 72
-, Wm. (fl. before 1180), 72, 81
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1237), 72, 130
-, Wm. (d. 1331), 72, 130–1
-, fam., 18, 131, 133, 266–7

Aylmer:
-, Ric., 168
-, Thos., 168

Aylton, John of, 265

Ayre, Giles, rector of Kingston, dean of Chichester, 118

Ayres:
-, Rob., 142
-, —, skater, 302

B.

Babington:
-, Agnes, m. Sir John Delves, 73
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1296), 73
-, Hugh (fl. 1346), 73, 78
-, John (fl. 1377), 73
-, Sir John (d. 1501), 73
-, Ric., 73
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1360), 73
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1454), 73
-, Wm. (d. 1474), 73

Babraham, 12, 20
-, Babraham Hall, 301

Bacchus, Mr., 39

Bacheworth:
-, Geof. of, 230
-, John of, 230
-, Maud of, see Somery
-, Ric. of, 230
-, Roger of (d. by 1294), 230
-, Roger of (d. 1308), 230

Bacon:
-, Sir Edm., 7
-, John, 7
-, Marg., m. Wm. Kerdeston, 7
-, Margery, m. Wm. de Moleyns, 7
-, Thos., and his w. Denise, 7

Badcock:
-, Hen., 228
-, John, 24

Baddow, Great (Essex), 163

Bainbridge:
-, Rhoda, w. of Thos., m. 2 Edw. Bunchley, 10
-, Thos., 10

baker, Erchenger the, see Erchenger

Baker:
-, Gregory, 30
-, John (fl. c. 1630), 179
-, John (fl. 1964), 182
-, Marg., see Slegge
-, Thos., 188
-, Wm., 180

bald:
-, Rob. the, see Robert
-, Wm. the, see William

Balderstone, Ric., rector of Coton, master of St. Catharine's Coll., 195

Baldock (Herts.), 105

Baldwin:
-, Hen., rector and vicar of Gamlingay, 82
-, and see Stowe, Wm. of

Baley, Ric., 127

Balfour, Mrs., 255

Ball, Nat., 104

ball-games, 171

Balliol College, Oxf., 231

Bambridge:
-, Elsie, see Kipling
-, Capt. Geo., 265

Banastre:
-, (or of Eltisley), Edw., 57
-, (or of Eltisley), Thos. (d. 1375), rector of Eltisley and Grantchester, master of Corpus Christi Coll., 38, 48–9, 56–7, 210
-, (or of Eltisley), Thos. (d. after 1394), rector of Eltisley and Grantchester, 57, 210
-, Wm. (fl. 1234), 52
-, Wm. (fl. 1279), 52
-, fam., 52, 57

bandy, game of, see ice hockey

Bangor (Flints.), 38

Banks:
-, Avice de, 114
-, Benj., 221
-, Eustace de (d. by 1179), 61, 113–14, 267
-, Eustace de (d. by 1235), 113
-, Geof. de (d. after 1250), 61, 113, 267
-, Jas., 220
-, Percy, 218, 221
-, Peter, 220–1
-, Ralph de, 61, 113, 115, 138 n, 148, 266–8
-, Rob. de (fl. before 1200), 267
-, Rob. de (d. by 1223, ? another), 267
-, Rob. de (d. by 1316), 267
-, Rob. (fl. 1933), 95
-, Roger de, 267
-, S. C., 297
-, Sibyl de, wid. of Rob. de (d. by 1223), 267
-, Thos., sculptor, 271
-, Wm. de (fl. c. 1130), 113
-, Wm. de (d. after 1205), 113, 267
-, Wm. de (fl. 1279), 267
-, fam., 114, 221–2

Banton, Peake, vicar of Comberton, 186

Banyer, Laur., 116

Baptist Union, 173, 188, 196, 212

Baptists, and 'Anabaptists', 15, 35, 45, 57–8, 84–6, 98, 126–7, 159, 173, 187–8, 196–7, 212, 238, 262, 271

Barber, Rob., 237

Barces, Rob., 158

Baret (Barrett):
-, Wm., 162
-, fam., 183

Barford, Little (Hunts.), 43

Barford St. Martin (Wilts.), 48

Barham, see Linton, man.

Barker, John, vicar of Bourn, master of Christ's Coll., 14

Barkway (Herts.), Newsells, 71

Barley (Herts.), 110

Barnard:
-, Alice, 30
-, Anne, 30
-, Chris., 30, 35
-, Eliz., 30
-, Francis (d. 1756), 30
-, Francis (fl. 1794), 30
-, Georgiana, 30
-, Mary, 30
-, Wm., 30, 35
-, fam., 30, 34; and see Collier

Barnard Castle, Thos. of, rector of Little Gransden, master of Peterhouse, 96

Barnes:
-, Alice, wid. of Wm., 218
-, Anne, 218
-, Rob., 204, 218
-, Thos., 218
-, Wm., 204, 217–18

Barnett:
-, Maj.-Gen. Chas. (fl. c. 1780), 295
-, Chas. (d. 1867), 296

Barnwell, John, vicar of Haslingfield, 235–7

Barnwell (formerly St. Giles's) Priory, Camb., 4, 9–14, 20–1, 23, 65, 101, 109, 117–18, 129, 131, 133, 164–5, 167–8, 172, 183, 185– 6, 194, 224, 235, 269
-, almoner, 129
-, canons, 164, 260

Baron:
-, Mrs. Anne, 62
-, Chas. (? more than one of this name, fl. 1650–84), 62, 129–30
-, Edw., 189
-, Hester, 56
-, John (fl. 1524), 183
-, John (d. 1630), 130
-, John (d. 1631), 130
-, Ric., 130
-, Thos. (d. 1525), 183, 187
-, Thos. (fl. 1625), 178
-, Wm. (d. 1618), 129
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (d. 1618), 129
-, Wm. (b. c. 1630), 130
-, fam., 182–3

Barrington:
-, Giles of, 149
-, Ralph of, 149
-, Warin of (fl. c. 1220), 149
-, Warin of (fl. 1279), 149, 155
-, fam., 152, 157

Barrington, 133, 137–8, 147–60, 214, 227–8, 234, 243, 245–6
-, adv., 155–6
-, agric., 147, 151–4
-, Barrington Hall, 150
-, brickworks, 147, 154
-, bridges, 148
-, cement-works, frontispiece, 147, 154
-, chant., 149, 155–7
-, char., 158–60
-, ch., 147, 155–8
-, ch. land, 158–60
-, cts., 155
-, curates, 157
-, dom. archit., 48, 147
-, fair, 148
-, farms, 147, 150, 153–4
-, fields, 153
-, glebe, 150, 152, 154, 156
-, guilds, 156
-, hearth tax, 274, 276, 278
-, inc., 150, 153, 159
-, ind., 147, 152, 154–5
-, inns, 147–8
-, man., 148–50
-, man.-ho., 149–50
-, mkt., 148
-, mills, 148, 154–6
-, nonconf., 67, 158–9, 187 n, 238, 249
-, par. officers, 155
-, poor-relief, 155
-, pop., 147–8, 152
-, quarries, 147, 152
-, rectors, 152
-, rectory, 150, 155–7
-, roads, 148, 241
-, sch., 159, 239
-, sports, 292
-, tithes, 150, 152, 156
-, town ho., 159
-, town land, 159–60
-, vicarage, 156, 236
-, ho., 157
-, vicars, 149, 156–7, 159
-, village green, 48, 145, 147–8, 154, 158–60

Barrington Cement Syndicate, 154

Barton:
-, Alan of, 162–3, 171
-, his s., see Lord, Ralph le
-, Phil. of, and his w. Alice, 18

Barton, 114, 137–8, 160–74, 175, 189, 193, 209
-, adv., 171
-, agric., 160, 167–70
-, chant., 165, 172
-, char., 174
-, ch., 160, 171–3
-, common, 167
-, cts., 161, 170–1
-, curates, 172–3
-, farms, 160, 167, 169–70, 206
-, fields, 167
-, glebe, 170–2
-, guilds, 172
-, hearth tax, 274, 276, 278
-, inc., 160–1, 169–70, 172, 174, 184
-, inns, 161
-, Lord's Bridge, 160, 175–6
-, man., 162–7, 182, 202
-, man.-ho., 162, 164, 166
-, mills, 167
-, nonconf., 173, 196, 212
-, par. officers, 171, 173–4
-, poor-relief, 171
-, pop., 161
-, rly. sta., 161
-, rectors, 171
-, rectory, 171, 174
-, roads, 160–1, 175–6, 199, 228
-, sch., 173–4, 188, 239
-, streams, 160
-, tithes, 171–2
-, town land, 174
-, vicarage, 66, 171–2
-, ho., 172
-, vicars, 171–4
-, village green, 160
-, Whitwell, 137–8, 160–1, 171, 175–6, 189
-, agric., 167–70
-, estates in, 163–5, 167
-, farm, 161, 169, 184
-, fields, 167
-, inc., 169–70
-, man., 163

Barton Mills (Suff.), 231

Barwell, Edm., rector of Toft, master of Christ's Coll., 133–4

Baseley, Thos., 129

Baskett, Kingsman, 145 n

Basset, Sir Wm., 50

Bassingbourn:
-, Alan of, 265
-, Alex. of, 265
-, Baldwin of, 265
-, Thos. of, 265
-, Warin of (d. 1323), 265
-, Warin of (d. 1348), 265
-, Warin of (fl. c. 1350), 265

Bassingbourn:
-, ch., 67
-, nonconf., 158
-, sports, 294
-, village coll., 251

Bateman:
-, Ralph, 217–18
-, Wm., 217

Bates, J., 303

Bateson, Wm., 200

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Burnel, Rob.

Baud:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Rob. Gedding, 202
-, Joan, see Pateshull
-, John, rector of Grantchester, 210
-, Sir Wm., 202

Bayeux (Calvados, France), bp. of, see Odo
-, canons, 48

Bayfield (Norf.), 235

Baynes:
-, John, 30
-, Ralph, rector of Hardwick, bp. of Lichfield, 103

Beach:
-, Alan of, 8–9, 130, 267
-, Gilb. of, s. of Alan the sewer, (fl. before 1150), 130, 267
-, Gilb. of (fl. 1203), 267
-, Ellen (Helen) of, m. Geof. le Bere, 61, 130, 267
-, Godin of, 130, 267
-, Rob. of (fl. c. 1180), 229, 234
-, Rob. of (fl. 1235), 61, 130, 267
-, fam., 8, 18, 61, 130, 229 n
-, and see Beche

Beadell, Mr., 73

beadles or bedels, 92, 155, 171

Bealknap:
-, Gillian, m. 1 Rob. Avenel (d. 1387), 2 Nic. Kimbell, 18, 72, 130
-, Sir Rob., 18, 72, 130

Beaufeu:
-, John, 20
-, Mary, m. Wm. Winslow, 20
-, Wm., 20

Beauford, Wm., 37

Beaufort:
-, Hen., earl of Somerset, 243
-, John, earl of Somerset (d. 1410), 243
-, John, duke of Somerset (d. 1444), 243
-, Marg., w. of John, earl of Somerset (d. 1410), see Holland
-, Marg., m. 1 Edm. Tudor, earl of Richmond, 2 Thos. Stanley, earl of Derby, 8, 13 n, 17, 243–4, 249

Beaumont:
-, Jos., rector of Little Gransden, 97
-, Rob. de, earl of Leicester (d. 1168), 162
-, Rob. de, earl of Leicester (d. 1204), 162
-, fam., 162

Bec, abbey of (Eure, France), 12, 32

Beche, Sir Rob. de la, 162, 168; and see Beach

Beck, John, 142

Bede, the Venerable, 198

Bedford:
-, dukes of, 296; and see Russell, fam.
-, earls of, see Russell, Francis

Bedford, 50, 79, 91, 291
-, archdeacon of, see Derby, Wm.
-, bailiff of, see Leicester, Wm. of

Bedford-Cambridge rly., 5, 111, 120– 1, 161, 216, 228

Bedford Level Corporation, 302

Bedford rivers, New and Old, 297

Bedfordshire, 68–9, 267, 297; and see Ampthill; Biggleswade; Blunham; Caldwell; Eaton Socon; Elstow; Everton; Hatley, Cockayne; Leighton Buzzard; Moggerhanger; Odell; Potton; Renhold; Roxton; Sandy; Stratton; Sutton; Tempsford; Toddington; Turvey; Warden; Wrestlingworth

Beeston:
-, Hen. of, 133
-, Ralph of, 133
-, Wm. of, 133
-, fam., 133

Beho, Wm., 272

Belcher, John, vicar of Barton, 172

Belchier, Thos., 166

Beldam:
-, Edw., 129
-, F.W.E., 30, 129–30, 134
-, Jos., 153
-, Rob., 184
-, Valentine, 30, 129, 133
-, Wm., 184
-, fam., 132, 153–4

Beldam-Johns, Fred., 255

bell-founders, see Brayser; Burford, Wm.; Chandler; Dyer, John; Eayre; Gray, Chris. and Miles; Haulsey; Henshaw; Kebyll; Keene; Lawrence, Thos.; Newcombe; Newman, Chas. and T.; Norris, Toby; Rufford; Sturdy; Taylor, Rob. and —; Watts; White, John

Bellême, Rob. de, earl of Shrewsbury, 141

Bellingay, Gilb., 34–5

Belvoir (Leics.), 297

Bendyshe:
-, And., 150
-, Mrs. E. M., 243
-, Edm., 131, 150
-, John (d. 1855), 150, 159, 243
-, John (d. 1865), 150, 243
-, Capt. John Nelson, 150, 156, 243
-, Gen. Ric. (d. 1777), 150, 243
-, Ric. (d. 1825), 150, 153, 156, 243, 246
-, Revd. Ric. (d. 1914), 150, 157, 243
-, Ric. Nelson, 150
-, Rob., 150
-, Thos. (d. c. 1447), 133, 150
-, Thos. (d. 1520), 150
-, Thos. (d. by 1577), 150
-, Thos. (d. 1684), 150
-, Thos. (d. 1710), 150, 204, 243
-, Thos. (fl. 1714–51), 243
-, Wm. (d. 1492), 150
-, Wm. (d. 1546), 131, 133, 150
-, fam., 133, 154–5, 157, 204, 243, 246

Benning:
-, Ambrose, 101
-, wid., 251

Bentinck (later Cavendish-ScottBentinck), Wm. Hen. Cavendish, duke of Portland, 283

Beorhtnoth, abbot of Ely, 128

Beorhtnoth, ealdorman of Essex, 100, 129

Bere:
-, Ellen le, see Beach
-, Geof. (fl. 1222), 18
-, Geof. le (? another), 61
-, Godun le, 18
-, John le, 61
-, Steph. le, 61

Bereford (Berford):
-, Oliver, 52
-, Wm., 266

Berkeley, Eliz., m. 1 John Fitzalan, earl of Arundel (d. 1435), 3 Wal. Hungerford, Ld. Hungerford, 37

Berkshire, see Abingdon; Arborfield; Binfield; Reading; Windsor

Bernard, abbot of Ramsey, 121

Bernard:
-, Geof., 52
-, Nic., and his w. Marg., 29

Berners:
-, Hugh de, 60, 62–3
-, his dau., see Wymark
-, Ralph de, 62

Bernes:
-, Giles de, 192
-, Simon de, 192
-, and see Barnes

Berridge, John, vicar of Everton (Beds.), 173, 212, 238

'berryland', or 'buryland', 91, 93, 152, 245; and see demesnes, leasing of

Bett, fam., 93

betting, 279, 284

Bevan, M. G. M., 122

Bevin:
-, Ric., 219
-, fam., 219

Bickley, Francis, 28, 122

Biggleswade (Beds.), 295

Biker, Geo., 25

Billing, Little (Northants.), 177

Billingley, John, 30

Bilston (Staffs.), 30

Binfield (Berks.), 30

Biscoe, Jos., 129

Bishop, H. A., rector of Longstowe, 125

Bishop's Stortford, see Stortford

Blackham:
-, Dorothy, see Hall
-, Hen., 65

Blackledge, R. D., vicar of Bourn, 14

Bligh, Ivo, Ld. Darnley, 296

Blomefield, Arthur, architect, 212

Bloom, A., 303

Blow, Detmar, architect, 104

Blumville:
-, Annora, see Caus
-, Rob., 129
-, Wm., 129

Blund, John le, rector of Barton, abp. elect of Canterbury, 171

Blunham (Beds.), 38, 250–1

Bluntisham cum Earith (Hunts.), 303

Blydenstein, W. B., 259

Blythe, Sam., 19, 22 n, 75

Blythe's benefaction, see Clare College

Blyton:
-, Marg., m. John Wimbish, 255
-, Marg., w. of Wm., see Engaine
-, Wm., 254–5

Board, Mr., 254

Bocking (Essex), 49

Boddington (Glos.), 142 n

Bodley, G. F., architect, 66–7

Bohemia, queen of, see Elizabeth

Bohun:
-, Edm. de, 266
-, Eliz. de, w. of Wm. de, earl of Northampton, 210
-, Maud de, see Segrave
-, Wm. de, earl of Northampton, 72

Bolbec:
-, Alice de, m. Wal. of Huntercombe, 148
-, Hugh de (d. c. 1240), 148, 154
-, Hugh de (d. 1262), 148, 155 n
-, Maud de, m. Hugh de la Val, 148–9
-, Philippa de, m. Roger of Lancaster, 149
-, Ric. de, 148
-, fam., 157

Bologna, James de, rector of Caxton, 33

Bolton, Wm., 20

Bond, Wm., 67, 158

Bonhomme, Anketin, 244

Bonnett, Wm., 184

Bonville, Constance de, m. 1 Wal. s. of Hugh, 2 Geof. of Hatfield, 164

Boodle, Edw., 129

boon-works, see works, villeins'

Borle, John, 117–18

Bosco, Ernulf de, 60

Boston (Lincs.), 180

Bosworth (Leics.), battle of, 163

Boterell, John, 30

Bottisham, 144
-, Bottisham Park, 301
-, horse-racing, 286
-, and see Anglesey Priory

Boulogne:
-, counts of, see Eustace; William
-, honor of, 71, 74, 79, 177, 202, 208– 9, 253

Boulonnais, the (Pas de Calais, France), 190

Boulter, Edm., 272

Boun:
-, Alan, 218
-, Ric., 218

Bourchier:
-, Eliz., see Ferrers
-, Sir John, 201
-, Revd. Mr., 254

Bourn:
-, John of, rector of Harlton and Snargate (Kent), 224
-, Rob. of, 21
-, Simon of, 74, 106, 108, 110, 123

Bourn, 1–2, 3 n, 4–16, 23, 40, 120, 129
-, adv., 13
-, agric., 4, 9–12
-, airfield, 4, 16
-, alms-ho., 13
-, barony of, 19, 106, 113–14, 130, 179–80, 217 n, 219, 229
-, Bourn Hall, 4, 6, 122, 231
-, cast., 6, 8
-, chap. in, 13
-, chant., 8, 14
-, chaplains, 14
-, char., 16
-, Childerley Gate, 16, 25
-, ch., 13–15, 24
-, common, 11
-, cts., 12–13
-, curates, 14–15
-, dom. archit., 4
-, farms, 4, 11–12
-, fields, 11
-, glebe, 13, 124
-, guilds, 14
-, hearth tax, 273–5, 277
-, inc., 4, 11
-, ind., 12
-, inns, 5
-, man., 5–9, 18, 113, 121
-, man.-ho., 4, 6; and see Bourn, Bourn Hall
-, mills, 11–12, 31
-, Monk Fields, 3–4, 9–12, 16
-, nonconf., 15–16
-, par. officers, 13
-, poor-relief, 13
-, pop., 4, 47, 70
-, rly. sta., 5
-, rectory, 10, 13–14
-, roads, 4–5, 17, 27, 121, 128
-, rural deanery, 96
-, schs., 16, 25, 32, 120
-, sports, 294
-, tithes, 10, 13–14
-, town ho., 275
-, town lands, 15
-, vicarage, 13–15, 117
-, ho., 14, 118
-, vicars, 124; and see Bunchley, Edw. and Ric.
-, woodland, 4
-, workhouse, 13

Bourn brook, 2, 4, 13, 16, 26, 59, 111– 12, 127–8, 138, 160, 167, 175–6, 183, 198, 214, 227

Bourne, see Granta

Bovey:
-, Cath., m. Sir Thos. Alston, 122
-, Mary, w. of Sir Ralph, 28
-, Sir Ralph, 28, 32, 122, 125–6
-, (formerly Davies), Thos. Davies, 122

Bowde, Ric., 232

Bownest (or Downest), Thos., 122

Bowyer, Sir Wm., ld. mayor of London, 56, 230

Boxwell (? Glos.), 255

Boxworth:
-, Hen. of (fl. 1235), 243
-, Hen. of (fl. 1279), 243
-, John of, 63, 243

Braban, Mr., 83

Bradbourne, Thos., rector of Toft, 134

Bradfield:
-, Alice, m. Thos. Bendyshe (d. c. 1447), 133, 150
-, Joan, see Willows
-, John, 150
-, Thos., 131, 133, 150

Bradford, —, skater, 303

Bradley, Great (Suff.), 297

Bradwell (Bucks.), 94 n

Bramfield, Wm., 123

Brand:
-, John, 221
-, Thos., Ld. Hampden, 301
-, fam., 221

Branston, fam., 93

Branthwaite:
-, Berney, 253, 260–1
-, Eliz., see Layer

Braughing (Herts.), vicarage, 111

Braybrooks:
-, F., 95
-, J., 95

Brayne, Edw., vicar of Grantchester, 210–11

Brayser, fam., bell-founders, 58

Bredon, Ric. of, 78

Bremle:
-, Joan, see Grantchester
-, Sir Laur., 203

Bret:
-, Sarah le, see FitzErnis
-, Wal. le, 48

Breton:
-, John, 164
-, Rob., 164
-, Thos. (d. c. 1261), 164
-, Thos. (d. after 1298), 164
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1150), 164
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1200), 164
-, Wm. (d. after 1272), 164
-, Wm. (fl. 1416), 18, 130
-, Wm. (fl. 1545), 39

breweries, 208, 241, 246–7, 253

Brewes:
-, Agnes de, see Freville
-, John de, 28

brickmaking and brickworks, 3, 59, 64, 70, 79, 125, 139, 147, 154, 208, 247, 259, 269

Bridges, Eliz., 214

Bridgman, Chas., 265

Bridgnorth (Salop.), horse-racing, 282

Briggs, Thos., rector of Little Gransden, 90–1, 94–5, 97

Brightwell, F., 258

Briscoe:
-, Sir John Jas., 6, 15
-, R. G., 122–3
-, W. A., 30, 122

Bristol, bps. of, see Westfield; Wilson, Chris.; and see Gloucester and Bristol, bp. of

British and Foreign Schools Soc., 86, 120, 262

Brittan:
-, Baron, 178
-, John, 178
-, Wm., 178

Brittany:
-, counts of, see Alan the Black; Alan the Red
-, honor of, see Richmond, honor of

Brock, Thos., 115

Brograve, Hen., 72

Bromley (Kent), 89

Bromley-by-Bow (Mdx.), 76

Brooke, Rupert, 198 n, 200, 212

Brooks:
-, Edw., rector of Croxton, 40, 43
-, Francis, 39
-, John, 39
-, Thos., 40

Broth, Sir Williamson, 73

Broughton:
-, Anne, w. of John (d. 1479), see Denston
-, Anne, m. Sir Thos. Cheyney, 122
-, John (d. 1479), 122, 181
-, John (d. 1483), 122, 181
-, John (d. 1489), 181 n
-, John (d. 1518), 122, 181
-, John (d. 1528), 122
-, Sir Rob., 122, 124, 181

Broughton (Hunts.), rectory, 225

Brown (Browne):
-, Amy, see Vere
-, Audrey, see Vere
-, Cath., m. John Tufton, 178
-, Cath., m. Roger Townshend, 178 n
-, Christian, 178
-, F. S., 296
-, Geo. (d. c. 1558), 179
-, Geo. (d. 1563), 178
-, Sir Humph., 178
-, John (fl. 1356), 92
-, John (d. c. 1550), 178–9
-, John (fl. 1712), 256
-, Revd. John (fl. 1810), 101
-, Lancelot ('Capability'), 101, 265
-, Mary, m. Thos. Wilford, 178
-, Thos., 73
-, W. E. L., 254–5
-, Sir Wistan, 178

Bruera, Ralph de, 71; and see Remphrey

Brunskill, W. H. F., 297

Bryan, Wm., 5

Buckden (Hunts.), 76

Buckeridge, Arthur, 207

Buckhurst, Ld., see Sackville, Thos.

Buckingham, John, bp. of Lincoln, 18, 130

Buckingham:
-, duke of, see Stafford, Humph,
-, earls of, see Giffard, Wal.

Buckinghamshire, see Bradwell; Drayton Parslow; Iver; Marlow; Newton Longville; Quainton; Shenley; Stoke Poges; Wycombe, High

Bumpstead, Steeple (Essex), 150

Bunbury, Sir Chas., 282

Bunchley:
-, Edw., vicar of Bourn, Caldecote, and Caxton, 10, 14, 34
-, Rhoda, see Bainbridge
-, Ric, vicar of Bourn and Caxton, 14, 34

Buntingford (Herts.), 253

Bunyan, John, 85, 135

Burbidge, Mary, 184

Burdeleys:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Marshal, 180
-, Geof. (d. 1264), 180
-, Geof. (d. 1324), 180, 187
-, Hugh (d. by 1281), 180
-, Hugh (d. 1251), 180
-, Joan, m. 1 Gilb. Chamber, 2 John FitzJohn (or Middleton), 180– 1
-, John (d. 1283), 180
-, John (d. 1329), 131, 180–1
-, John (d. 1347), 180
-, Lauretta, see Picot
-, Wm. (d. by 1219), 180
-, Wm. (d. 1233), 180
-, fam., 180

Burel:
-, Ellis, 257
-, fam., 257–8

Burford, Wm., bell-founder, 44

Burford (Oxon.), horse-racing, 280

Burged, John Hastings, 68

Burgh, Sir Simon (de), 142, 265, 267

Burghersh:
-, Bart., Ld. Burghersh (d. 1355), 163, 201
-, Bart., Ld. Burghersh (d. 1369), 163, 201
-, John (d. 1349). 7
-, Sir John (d. 1391). 7
-, Marg., m. 1 Sir John Grenville, 2 John Arundell, 7
-, Maud, m. Thos. Chaucer, 7

Burgoyne:
-, Anne, see Freville
-, Bart., 28 n
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Thursby (fl. c. 1535), 28
-, John (fl. 1428), 28
-, John (d. 1487), 28
-, John (fl. before 1506, ? another), 28
-, John (fl. 1538), 74. 108
-, John (fl. 1601), 74, 108
-, Sir John (d. 1657), 74
-, Marg., m. Geo. Heveningham, 28
-, Ric. (d. 1464), 28
-, Ric. (d. by 1505), 28
-, Roger (d. 1636), 74
-, Sir Roger (d. 1677), 74
-, Sir Roger (d. 1780), 231, 235
-, Thos. (fl. 1443), 29, 31
-, Thos. (d. c. 1547), 74, 108 his wid., see Catlyn
-, Thos. (fl. 1566), 28
-, Wm. (d. 1456), 28
-, Wm. (fl. 1472), 30
-, fam., 31

Burley:
-, Amy, see Pembridge
-, Beatrice, wid. of Sir Ric, 243
-, Sir Ric, 243
-, Sir Roger, 243
-, Sir Simon, 243, 248
-, Wm., 243

Burnel:
-, Edw., Ld. Burnel, 190
-, Isabel, ? m. Rob., Ld. Scales (d. 1305). 230, 237 n
-, Maud, m. Sir John Haudlo, 190
-, Sir Phil., 190
-, Rob., bp. of Bath and Wells, 149, 190
-, fam., 190, 237

Burney, Fanny, 14

Burrough, Hen., rector of Little Gransden, 97

Burton:
-, Phil., 76
-, fam., 76

Burton Lazars (Leics.), hosp., 51–2

Burwell:
-, Adventurers' Fen, 300–1
-, Burwell Fen, 301

Bury (Hunts.):
-, Bury Fen, 302–3
-, bandy club, 303

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), 196, 212, 294

'buryland', see 'berryland'

Bushell, John, 126

Butler:
-, Eliz., m. Jos. Westrope, 19
-, Florence, m. John Ashfield, 18, 38
-, Hugh, 218
-, heirs of, 148
-, Jas., 19
-, Joan, w. of John (fl. 1428), see Meppershall
-, Joan, m. 1 John Leventhorpe, 2 John Stanford (d. 1493), 18, 130, 267
-, John (fl. 1332), 219
-, John (fl. 1428), 18, 130, 267
-, John (d. 1482), 18, 130, 267
-, John (fl. 1809), 11
-, Peter, 218
-, Steph., 219
-, fam., 215

Buttell, Thos., 67, 146, 187, 261

Buttle, Revd. W. F., 235

Buttress, Wm., 295

Butts:
-, Mary, 214
-, Rob., bp. of Ely, 97
-, Wm., vicar of Grantchester, 211

Buxhull, Sir Alan, 49

By, John, 220

Byng:
-, Cath., wid. of Hen., 207, 211
-, Cath., wid. of Dr. Thos., 211
-, Hen., 207
-, John, 204, 207
-, Dr. Thos., master of Clare Coll., 207

Byron (later Noel), Geo. Gordon, Ld.
-, Byron, 200

C.

Caen:
-, Lucienne de, 38
-, Ric. de, 38
-, Werry de, 18, 38, 43
-, fam., 18

Cage:
-, Adlard, 267
-, Ant. (d. 1583), 28–9, 120, 122–3
-, Ant. (d. 1603), 28, 122, 126, 267
-, Sir Ant. (fl. 1638), 28, 122, 126
-, Sir John, 5, 28, 122, 126, 267
-, fam., 19

Caius, Dr. John, 29

Caius College, see Gonville and Caius

Calamy:
-, Edm., 195
-, Jas., rector of Coton, 195

Caldecote:
-, Thos. of, s. of John le Lord, 18, 129
-, Thos. of, s. of Wm. of, 20
-, Wm. of, 20
-, Wm. of (? another, fl. 1302), 129

Caldecote, 1, 3–4, 17–25, 99, 127
-, adv., 24
-, agric., 17, 20–3
-, char., 25
-, ch. (formerly chap.), 13, 23–5, 128
-, common, 22
-, cts., 23
-, curates, 24–5
-, farms, 17, 19, 22
-, fields, 22
-, glebe, 24
-, guild, 24
-, hearth tax, 273–5, 277
-, Highfields, 16–17, 19, 23, 25
-, inc., 17, 23
-, inns, 17, 23
-, man., 17–22, 106, 113, 129
-, mills, 23
-, nonconf., 25
-, par. officers, 23
-, poor-relief, 23
-, pop., 17
-, rectory, 24
-, roads, 17
-, sch., 25, 135, 188
-, tithes, 23–4
-, town lands, 25
-, vicarage, 14, 24, 104, 133–4
-, ho., 24–5
-, and see Toft, rectory
-, vicars, 24–5; and see Bunchley, Edw.

Caldecote (Hunts.), 166

Caldwell Priory (Beds.), 75

Calthorpe, Hon. F. S. G., 296

Calvert:
-, Mic., vicar of Barrington and Haslingfield, 157, 236
-, Peter, 150

calvus, see Cauf; Robert the bald; William the bald

Cam, river, 287–91, 288, 297–9

Cam (Essex), river, 299

Cam or Rhee, river, 137, 140, 147, 198, 204, 227, 241, 246, 251–2, 299

Cambridge, Thos. of, rector of Barrington, 156

Cambridge:
-, duke of, see George
-, earl of, see Edmund

Cambridge, 60, 89, 117, 126, 139, 148, 178–9, 198–200, 202, 206, 208, 209, 214, 219, 225, 228, 237, 241, 254, 289, 295, 302–3
-, Addenbrooke's Hosp., 13, 68, 174
-, bell-founder, 119
-, boundary extensions, 209, 227; and see Grantchester, Newnham Croft
-, burgesses of, 191–2, 203
-, butchers, 168, 205–7, 233
-, carrying services to, 10, 92, 108
-, cast., 199 n, 215, 268
-, chant., 163
-, ch. of St. And. the Less, 293
-, cricket clubs, 294
-, cricket grounds, 294–5
-, fair, 79
-, football clubs:
-, association, 292–3
-, rugby, 293–4
-, football grounds, 292–3
-, guild of Corpus Christi, 162
-, horse-racing, 286
-, hosp. of St. John, 9, 20–1, 75, 131, 181–2, 192, 203
-, hosp. of Stourbridge, 21, 181
-, Jesus Green, 294
-, mkt., 23, 92, 206, 300
-, mayors of, 34, 298; and see Rance, H.
-, nonconf., 173–4, 188, 196, 212, 226, 238
-, Parker's Piece, 291–4, 296
-, prisoners at, 46
-, rly. to, see Bedford-Cambridge rly.
-, riot at (1381), 203
-, roads to, 105, 252, 259, 280
-, from Arrington Bridge, see Akeman Street
-, from St. Neots, 14, 17, 36, 47, 99, 127, 137, 160–1, 167, 175–6, 179, 183, 189–90, 198
-, Romsey Town, 292
-, rowing, 287–91
-, schs., 213
-, Stourbridge fair, 79
-, Stourbridge hosp., see Cambridge, hosp.

Cambridge University, 23, 198, 200, 225, 229
-, Cavendish Laboratory, 216
-, chancellor of, see Langton, John
-, colleges, see Christ's; Clare; Corpus Christi; Darwin; Downing; Emmanuel; Fitzwilliam House; Girton; Gonville and Caius; Jesus; King's; King's Hall; Magdalene; Michaelhouse; New Hall; Newnham; Pembroke; Peterhouse; Queens'; St. Catharine's; St. John's; Selwyn; Sidney Sussex; Trinity; Trinity Hall; University
-, estates of, 164, 169–70, 174, 207
-, Fitzwilliam Museum, 196
-, graduates of, 145, 156, 172, 186, 224, 236, 270
-, sports and sports clubs:
-, athletics, 296
-, cricket, 294–6
-, cricket ground (Fenner's), 294–6
-, football, 291–3
-, golf, 170
-, rowing, 287–90; university boat race, 291
-, swimming, 200
-, vice-chancellor of, 291; and see Duport, John

Cambridge Antiquarian Soc., 177

Cambridge Board of Education, 86

Cambridge Presbyterian Classis, 186, 225

Cambridge Village Preachers Assoc., 173, 188, 196, 212

Cambridgeshire:
-, angling clubs, 298
-, county cricket-team, 295
-, cricket clubs, 294–5
-, ld. lieutenant of, see Townley, C.W.
-, sheriffs of, 1–2, 38, 55, 170, 220; and see Engaine, Sir John; Fulk son of Tibbald; Hatfield, Geof. of; Picot; Walter son of Hugh

Cambridgeshire and Isle of Ely Naturalists' Trust, 88

Cambridgeshire Cottage Improvement Soc., 198

Cambridgeshire County Council, 45, 75, 87, 159, 176, 254–5, 258, 262

Cambridgeshire County Cricket Club, 295

Cambridgeshire Cricket Assoc., 295

Cambridgeshire Football Assoc., 292– 3

Cambridgeshire hunt, 297

Cambridgeshire Preservation Soc., 12, 190, 200

Cambridgeshire Rowing Assoc., 290

Camden (Ecclesiological) Soc., 44, 225

Cameron, Donald, 30

Cammel, Ric. de, 141

Camoys:
-, Asceline, see Torpel
-, John, 243, 245–6
-, Ralph (de) (d. 1259), 6, 218, 243, 247
-, Ralph (d. 1277), 243

Campion, Hen., 165

Campsey Priory (Suff.), 257

candle corn, 156

Canon:
-, John, 50
-, Wm., 52

Canons Ashby, see Ashby

Canterbury, Rob. of, 162

Canterbury (Kent), 84
-, abps. of, see Arundel, Thos.; Blund; Chicheley, Hen.; Laud; Parker, Mat.; Peckham; Stratford, John; Walden, Roger; Walter, Hubert

Capon, J., 297

'Captain Swing' riots, 193

Carbonel:
-, Geof., 220
-, Ralph, 220
-, Roger, 220
-, Thos., 220

Cardinal College, see Christ Church

Carency, Ilbert de, 74

Carpenter:
-, John, 20–1
-, Rob., 295
-, Simon, 24
-, Wal., 20

Carr, Sam., rector of Little Eversden, vicar of Gt. Eversden, 62, 66 n

Carrington, Mary, 16

carrying services, 10, 92, 108
-, 'Londonelade', 91

Carter, Thos. (fl. 1552), 30

Carver, Wm., 259

Cary, Valentine, rector of Toft, master of Christ's Coll., bp. of Exeter, 133–4

Casebolt, Rob., 159

Castile, Sir Geo., 87

Castleacre:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wm., 61
-, Sir Wm., 18, 61

castle-ward, 162, 268

Catlyn, Rob., 74, 114
-, his w., wid. of Thos. Burgoyne (d. c. 1547), 74

Cauf (calvus):
-, Aubrey, w. of Wm., 267
-, Eustace, 268
-, Geof., 267–8
-, Rob., 268
-, Wm., 267–8

Caundish:
-, John, 73
-, Marg., w. of John, see Sheffield
-, and see Cavendish

Caus:
-, Annora de, w. of Wm. de, m. 2 Rob. Blumville, 129
-, Wm. de, 129

Cavendish, Wm., duke of Devonshire, 303; and see Caundish

Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck, see Bentinck

Caxton:
-, Geof. of, 29
-, Jeremy of, 29
-, John of, 26, 29–30, 123–4

Caxton, 1–3, 12, 26–35, 46, 50, 53, 98, 267, 297
-, adv., 33
-, agric., 27, 30–1
-, Caxton Gibbet, 26–7
-, char., 35
-, ch., 26–7, 33–5, 121, 146
-, common, 27
-, cts., 32
-, curates, 34, 43, 126
-, dom. archit., 27
-, fair, 32
-, farms, 27, 30
-, fields, 27, 29, 31
-, glebe, 33–4
-, hearth tax, 274–5, 277
-, inc., 30–1
-, inns, 3, 26–7, 30, 32–3
-, man., 19, 27–30, 48, 122–4
-, man.-ho., 26, 29
-, mkt., 32
-, mill, 31
-, nonconf., 35
-, par. officers, 32
-, police sta., 33
-, poor-relief, 31–3
-, pop., 26, 32
-, post office, 26
-, preacher endowed at, 33–5
-, rectors, 33–4; and see Thory, John and Thos.; Wendover, Bart, of
-, rectory, 29–31, 33
-, roads, 26–7, 32, 47, 140
-, schs., 32, 35
-, Swansley, 2, 26–7, 29, 31–2
-, tithes, 33
-, vicarage, 33–4
-, ho., 34
-, vicars, 33–4; and see Bunchley, Edw. and Ric.
-, woodland, 26, 31
-, workhouse, 33, 144

Caxton and Arrington poor-law union, 13, 23, 33, 42, 55, 65, 80, 96, 103, 109, 117, 125, 133, 144, 247, 269

Caxton and Arrington R. D., 13, 23, 33, 42, 55, 65, 80, 96, 103, 109, 117, 125, 133, 144, 247, 269

Cayly, fam., 208

cement-making, 139, 147, 154, 222, 252, 259

Chace:
-, Jeremy, 18–19, 22
-, John, 19, 23

Chalers:
-, Alice de, 7, 10
-, Tibbald de, 29
-, and see Scalers

Challoner, Mary, see Hunt

Chamber:
-, Edm., 180
-, Gilb., 180
-, Joan, see Burdeleys
-, John, 180
-, Marg., w. of Edm., m. 2 Ralph Gernon, 180

chamberlain, Simon the, see Simon

Chamberlain:
-, Dorothy, w. of FitzRalph, 113
-, Edw., 62, 113
-, Eliz., w. of Ralph (d. 1522), see Cheyney
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Rob., see FitzRalph
-, FitzRalph, 19, 113–14
-, Hen., vicar of Haslingfield, 236
-, Ralph (d. 1522), 113, 116, 244
-, Ralph (d. 1575), 113
-, Sir Rob., 113, 118
-, Thos., 113
-, Wal., 8
-, fam., 19, 115–17

Chandler, Ric., bell-founder, 85

chantries, see Barrington; Barton; Bourn; Haslingfield; Wimpole

Chapel, Wm. atte, 82

chaplain, Wal. the, see Walter

Chapman:
-, A.P.F., 296
-, Eliz., 11
-, J., 23
-, Jane, 11
-, Mrs. W. J., 255
-, fam., 11, 183

Charles I, 73, 107, 111, 218, 269, 279, 300
-, as prince of Wales, 243

Charles II, 218, 279–80
-, as prince of Wales, 84

Charles son of Charles, 38

Charles:
-, Alice, ? m. Edm. Seymour, 38
-, Joan, w. of Thos., 38
-, Thos., 38, 40

Charlton:
-, Sir Ric., 163
-, Sir Thos., 163

Charter, Sir Rob., 5

Chastelet, Wm., 81–2

Chastelyn:
-, Gunnora, m. Ralph le Lord, 165
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Rob., m. 2 Wm. Tane, 3 John Metringham, 165
-, John, 163
-, Sir Rob., 165

Chatteris, 292, 294, 300, 302
-, abbey, 138, 148, 150–1, 154–5, 244, 253, 256–60

Chaucer:
-, Alice, m. Wm. de la Pole, duke of Suffolk, 7
-, Geof., 7, 166, 208
-, Maud, see Burghersh
-, Thos., 7

Cheny, John, 282; and see Cheyney

Cherry Hinton, see Hinton

Chertsey:
-, John of, 123
-, Rob. of, 123

Chertsey (Surr.), ch., 58

Cheshire, see Wallasey

Chester, Sir Rob., 100, 131, 270

Chester, earl of, see Ranulf

Chester, constable of, see Lacy, John de

Chesterton, 81–2, 165, 291, 294
-, poor-law union, 171, 185, 194, 209, 222, 234
-, R.D., 13, 23, 33, 42, 55, 103, 133, 171, 185, 194, 209, 222, 234

Chetham, John, 65

chevage, 92

Cheveley Park, 287, 301

Cheyney (Cheyne):
-, Anne, see Broughton
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., m. 2 Ralph Chamberlain (d. 1522), 244
-, Hen., 122
-, Sir Thos., 122–3
-, Wm., 244
-, and see Cheny

Chicheley:
-, Clement, 230, 265, 267, 269
-, Dorothy, w. of Thos. (d. 1616), 271
-, Hen., abp. of Canterbury (d. 1443), 265
-, Hen. (d. 1490), 244, 265
-, Hen. (d. 1518), 244, 265
-, John, 265
-, Mary, see Hinde
-, Thos. (d. 1558), 114, 244, 265
-, Thos. (d. 1592), 265
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1616), 265–6, 268, 271–2
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1699), 143, 243, 245, 264–6, 270–1
-, Wm. (d. 1425), 265
-, Wm. (d. c. 1520), 244, 265
-, fam., 139, 142–3, 145, 264, 268–9

Chichester:
-, bps. of, see Neville, Ralph; Stratford, Rob.
-, dean of, see Ayre

Chidley:
-, Jas., 51
-, Mary, see Gilman

Chigwell (Essex), 49

Child (Childe):
-, Alex., 217, 219
-, Alice, m. 1 John Hutton (d. 1501), m. 2 Thos. Whitehead, 217–18
-, Aubrey le, see Stowe
-, Joan, w. of Ric., 217
-, Ric., 217
-, Thos., 217–18

Childerley:
-, Hen. of (fl. 1235), 266
-, Hen. of (fl. 1279), 266

Childerley, 102, 104

Childerley Gate, see Bourn

Chilton (Chitterne):
-, Cecily, see Goldingham
-, Wm., 49

Chiney, Hen., 9–10

Chinnor (Oxon.), barony of, 37

Chippenham Park, 301–2

Chipping Warden, see Warden, Chipping

Chishall, John, and his w. Joan, 219

Chitterne, see Chilton

Chivers, John, 231

Chivers & Sons Ltd., 102, 222, 227, 234

Chivyn:
-, Rob., 8
-, Simon, 8

Cholmely, Sir Ric., 114

Chrishall (Essex), 262

Christ Church, formerly Cardinal Coll., Oxf., 75

Christ's College, Camb., 4, 9–14, 16, 20, 22–5, 133–4, 244, 249
-, fellows of, 14, 24–5, 134, 249
-, masters of, see Barker; Barwell; Cary; Cudworth; Towers

Church:
-, Geof., 202
-, Ric., 202
-, Rob., 202

churches, institutions in, see candle corn; chantries; guilds; hermits; lights, endowed; obits

Clare:
-, Eliz. de, 130, 141, 216
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester and Hertford (d. 1230), 216
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester (d. 1295), 130, 133, 138, 141, 144 his w., see Joan
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester (d. 1314), 141, 216
-, Marg. de, m. Hugh de Audley, earl of Gloucester, 141, 216
-, Marg. de, m. Wm. de Munfitchet, 148
-, Ric. de, earl of Hertford (d. 1217), 216
-, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester (d. 1262), 130, 133, 138
-, Rose de, see Giffard
-, fam., 20, 106, 130

Clare, honor of, 130, 144, 181, 222
-, cts., 103, 130, 133, 144, 222

Clare (Suff.), 180

Clare College (formerly University Hall), Camb., 19, 22–3, 75, 77, 86, 91, 96, 167, 169–70
-, Blythe's benefaction, 19, 22–3, 77
-, fellows of, 134, 211
-, masters of, see Byng, Thos.; Webb, Wm.
-, sports, 290

Clarence:
-, duchess of, see Holland, Marg.
-, duke of, see George

Clark (Clarke):
-, A., 19
-, Dorothy, m. 1 Hen. Long, 2 Sir Chas. Morison, 254
-, Dorothy, wid. of Sir Wm. (d. 1666), 204
-, Edw. Dan., rector of Harlton, 225–6
-, Geo., 204
-, Jos., 19
-, Leslie, 19
-, Ric., 76
-, Rob., 250
-, Wm. (fl. 1588), 76
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1666), 204
-, Wm., vicar of Arrington (fl. 1825), 145
-, Wm. (d. c. 1860), 237

Clavering, John, rector and vicar of Gamlingay, 82–3

Clear:
-, Benet, 116
-, Hen., 254, 258

Clement III, pope, 65

Clements, G. C., vicar of Haslingfield, 234–5, 237

Clench, Edw., 204, 207, 211

Clerkenwell (Mdx.), priory of St. Mary, 107, 110, 114–15, 229, 234

Clifden, Vct., see Agar-Robartes

Cliffe (Kent), 30

Clitheroe:
-, Sir Hugh, 266
-, Mary, m. Sir Nic. Gascoyne, 266

Clive, Rob., 192

Clopton, Wm., 7

Clopton, see Croydon with Clopton

clunch, see quarries and quarrying

Clutterbuck, Thomasine, m. Nic. Gouge, 164

Clyff, Thos., 118

Co, see Coo

coal clubs, 161, 228, 272

coal, distribution of, 16, 46, 68, 127, 136, 159–60, 174, 189, 197–8, 213–14, 227, 240, 263, 272

Coates & Rutley, 79

Cobb:
-, Eleanor, see Francis
-, Geof., 217, 266
-, John, 266
-, fam., 263

Cobbett, Wm., 27

cobbler, Hen. the, see Henry

Cobbold, W. N., 292

Cobham, John, and his w. Matania, 243, 247

Cochrane, Constance Amelia, 46

Cockayne:
-, Mary, m. 1 John Edwards (d. by 1749), 2 — Forster, 50
-, Ursula, 50

Cockayne Hatley, see Hatley, Cockayne

cockfights, 279

Cocksedge, Thos., 22

Coke:
-, Sir John, 193
-, Thos. Wm., earl of Leicester, 303

Cokman, Ric., 24

Colbatch:
-, Eliz., 250
-, John, rector of Orwell, 248, 250

Colchester (Essex):
-, abbey of St. John, 80–2
-, priory of St. Botolph, 81

Cole:
-, John, (d. before 1557), 193
-, John (fl. 1572), 193
-, Wm., 193

Coleman:
-, John (fl. c. 1800), 153–4
-, John (d. c. 1875), 154

Colet:
-, Sir Hen., 166
-, John, dean of St. Paul's, 163, 166, 168
-, Rob., 10

Collier (later Barnard), Thos., 30

Collis, Wm., 193, 197

Collwood, Hen., 115

Colne:
-, Baldwin of, 29
-, Ellen of, m. John Dunholt, 29
-, Geof. of, 29
-, John of (fl. 1279), 29–31
-, John of (fl. 1381), 29

Colton, Geo., 9

Columbers, Phil. de, 42

Colville:
-, Emma, m. Sir Rob. of Madingley (d. 1321), 149
-, Phil. de, 18

Comberton, 60, 99, 117, 127–8, 132, 137, 160, 175–89, 214
-, adv., 185
-, agric., 175, 182–4
-, bridge, 176
-, char., 188–9
-, ch., 128, 160, 175, 185–7
-, commons, 183–4
-, cts., 184–5
-, curates, 186
-, dom. archit., 175
-, farms, 175, 184
-, fields, 182–3
-, glebe, 181–2, 185–6
-, guilds, 186
-, hearth tax, 273–4, 276, 278
-, herring land, 189
-, inc., 160, 175–6, 182, 184
-, ind., 184
-, inns, 176
-, man., 100, 131, 166, 177–82
-, man.-ho., 175, 179, 181
-, mills, 184
-, nonconf., 173, 187–8, 196, 212
-, par. officers, 185, 187, 189
-, poor-relief, 185
-, pop., 176
-, rectory, 179, 182–6
-, ho., 182, 185
-, roads, 17, 59, 161, 175–6
-, sch., 135, 174, 176, 188, 239
-, sports ground, 176
-, streams, 175, 183
-, tithes, 65, 185
-, town land, 189
-, vicarage, 185–6
-, ho., 186
-, vicars, 185–9, 225
-, village coll., 16, 32, 135, 174, 176, 188, 197, 213, 227, 239
-, village green, 175

Committee for Plundered Ministers, 110, 118

common, rights of, 54, 168–9, 176, 233, 245, 268, 272
-, allotments for, 94, 170, 184, 207
-, regulation of, 11, 22–3, 63, 78, 80, 93, 116, 152–3, 168–9, 184–5, 192, 206, 222, 233, 246
-, and see intercommoning

Conder, Ric., 271

Condet, Roger de, 48, 52, 56

Congregationalists, 67–8, 98, 104, 119, 146, 158, 188, 249–50, 260, 262

Coningston, Nic., 18, 130

Conington (Hunts.), 107

Consaunt, Nic., rector of Gamlingay, 83

Constantin (Costentin), Hen., 74

Cony, Geo., 100

Conybeare, J. W. E., vicar of Barrington, 157

Coo (Co), fam., 143

Cook (Cooke):
-, John, 11–12
-, Thos. (fl. 1636), 12
-, Thos. (? the same), 9
-, Wm. (fl. 1540), 51
-, Wm. (fl. 1548), 123
-, Wm., rector of Harlton, 225–6

Coope, Jesser, 297

Cooper, Rob., 260

Coppin, Jas., 22

coprolites, 139, 154, 156, 170, 184, 189, 193, 198, 208, 210, 214–15, 234, 240–1, 246, 259

Corbet:
-, Guy, 203
-, Joan, see Grantchester

Corbin, Sam., 249

Corby (Lincs.), 165

Corney:
-, Jas., 144
-, fam., 144

Cornhill:
-, Alice of, see Courcy
-, Gervase of, 72
-, Hen. of, 72
-, Joan of, m. Hugh de Neville, 72

Cornishmen, 250, 264

Cornwall, see Mylor

Corpus Christi College, Camb., 64, 162–3, 169–71, 174, 193, 203–7, 209–11, 213–14, 300
-, chap., 212
-, fellows of, 210–11
-, masters of, see Jegon; Norgate
-, sports, 296

Costentin, see Constantin

Cosyn:
-, Jane, wid. of Edw. (d. after 1669), 51
-, Edw. (d. 1600), 39
-, Edw. (d. 1652), 39
-, Edw. (d. after 1669), 39, 51
-, Isabel, see Tane
-, John (d. after 1624), 39
-, John (fl. 1668), 39
-, Rob., 39
-, Steph., 165
-, Thos., 39
-, Wm., 39
-, fam., 40

Cotes:
-, Maud of, see Whitwell
-, Thos. of, 162, 164

Coton, 139, 163, 189–98
-, adv., 194
-, agric., 192–4
-, char., 196–8
-, ch. (formerly chap.), 189, 194–6
-, cts., 192, 194, 209
-, curates, 195–6
-, farms, 170, 189–90, 192–4
-, fields, 192, 194
-, glebe, 193–5
-, guildhall, 195, 197
-, guilds, 195
-, hearth tax, 273–4, 276, 278
-, inc., 190, 192–3, 195, 207
-, inns, 190
-, man., 166, 169–70, 190–2, 202, 207
-, nonconf., 173, 196, 212
-, par. officers, 194, 197
-, poor-relief, 194
-, pop., 190
-, rectors, 194–5, 197; and see Hayward, John; Waterhouse
-, rectory, 194–5
-, ho., 190, 195
-, roads, 161, 190
-, sch., 196–7
-, streams, 189
-, tithes, 193–5
-, town land, 197
-, village green, 189

Cottenham:
-, Alice, w. of Gilb. of, 180
-, Gilb. of, 180
-, John of, 180, 185
-, Wal. of, 180

Cotton:
-, Alice, m. Sam. Trefusis, 107
-, Sir John (d. 1702), 107
-, Sir John (d. 1731), 90, 98
-, Sir John Hinde, 107
-, Marg. Hinde, see Trefusis
-, Sir Rob., 90, 94, 98, 106–7, 111
-, Sir St. Vincent, 175
-, Thos. (fl. 1399), 118
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1662), 89–90, 107, 111
-, Wal., 118

Courcy, Alice de, m. Hen. of Cornhill, 72

Course:
-, Humph., 246
-, Jane, see Miller

court, suit of, 10, 12, 75, 138, 218, 268
-, withdrawn, 2, 138

Courtenay:
-, Cath., ctss. of Devon, 130
-, Marg., w. of Sir Peter, 72, 131
-, Sir Peter, 72, 131, 267

Coventry (Warws.), priory of St. Anne, 133, 145

Cowbit (Lincs.), Cowbit Wash, 302–3

Cowling, Peter, 125

Cowlynch, Thos., 34

Cox, Ric., bp. of Ely, 89

Coxall:
-, Rob., 233
-, Sam. (fl. 1712), 256
-, Sam. (fl. 1731), 256
-, Sam. (fl. 1759), 256
-, Wm., 234
-, fam., 233–4, 256

Cragge, John, rector of Coton, 195

Crake, John, 229–30

Crane:
-, Eliz., w. of John, 113
-, John, 113
-, Wm., 113

Craster:
-, Albert de, 48
-, Christine de, see Argentine

Craven hunt, 297

Crede, Geo., 5, 206

Creek, F. N. S., 292

Cressingham, Hugh, treasurer of Scotland, rector of Barrington, 156

Cresswell, Dan., 131–2

Cretyng:
-, John (d. 1500), 31, 34
-, John (fl. 1522), 31
-, Marg., 30
-, fam., 31

Crick, Mr., 254

cricket, 47, 48, 283, 294–7

Crisp:
-, Geof., 21
-, John (fl. 1279), 62
-, John (fl. 1327), 21
-, Ric. (fl. 14th cent.), 62
-, Ric. (fl. 1525), 21
-, Rob., 21
-, fam., 19, 21

Crochman (Crouchman), Wm., 20

Cromwell:
-, Jane, m. John Disbrowe, 48
-, Sir Oliver, 5, 121
-, Oliver, ld. protector, 26, 48, 291
-, Ric., see Williams
-, Thos., earl of Essex, 210

Crooke, John, 135

Cropley, Wm., 16

crops (less common):
-, carrots, 269
-, cherries, 206
-, clover, 109, 132, 169, 207, 258
-, dredge, 31, 63, 78, 168, 205
-, lettuce, 269
-, maslin, 31, 174
-, parsnips, 269
-, potatoes, 258–9
-, radishes, 269
-, rape, 78
-, saffron, 152, 206, 246, 258
-, sainfoin, 64, 222
-, sugar-beet, 258, 301
-, turnips, 63, 78, 109, 132, 144, 258
-, vetches, 31, 78
-, vines, 205

crops, rotation of, and number of fields, 3, 11, 22, 31, 40–1, 53–4, 63, 77, 91–2, 94, 102, 109, 116, 124, 132, 139, 142–3, 153, 167–9, 182–4, 192, 204–6, 221, 233, 245, 257, 268–9

Cropwell, Thos., 11

Crosse:
-, John, rector of Longstowe 1679– 1716, 125
-, John, rector of Longstowe 1716–74, 125

Crossman:
-, Douglas, 297
-, Mrs. Douglas, 297
-, Douglas P., 297
-, Mrs. Douglas P., 297

Crouch:
-, John, 83
-, M. A., 295

Crouchman, see Crochman

Crowcombe:
-, Godfrey of, 229, 234
-, Joan of, see Somery

Crowland (Lincs.), 302

Croxton, 1–3, 18, 28, 36–46, 56
-, adv., 42
-, agric., 39–41
-, alms-ho., 46
-, char., 45–6
-, ch., 36, 42–4
-, cts., 42
-, Croxton Park, 36, 38, 43, 49, 51–3, 297
-, curates, 43, 57
-, dom. archit., 36
-, farms, 36, 41
-, fields, 40
-, glebe, 41, 43
-, hearth tax, 41, 274–5, 277
-, ho. of correction, 42 n
-, inc., 41
-, inn, 36
-, man., 37–9, 49
-, man.-ho., 36, 38–9, 41
-, mills, 40–2
-, nonconf., 43–5, 58
-, par. officers, 42
-, pk., 3, 36
-, poor-relief, 42
-, pop., 36–7, 40
-, rectors, 41, 43; and see Brooks, Edw.; Haighton; Leeds, John; Sanderson
-, rectory, 43
-, ho., 36, 41, 43, 56
-, roads, 36
-, sch., 45, 58–9
-, streams, 36
-, tithes, 42–3
-, Westbury, 36, 38–9, 41–2

Croxton hunt, 296

Croxy, John, 20

Croydon, John of, and his w. Joan, 220

Croydon, 140, 251
-, ch., 145
-, man., 142, 267
-, nonconf., 158, 249, 271

Croydon with Clopton, rectory and vicarage, 111, 145

Cudworth, Ralph, rector of Toft, master of Christ's Coll., 134

Cumber, Anne, see Hunt

Cumberland, duke of, see William

Curry Rivell (Som.), 34

Curzon, Eustace, 129

customs and services, see carrying services; castle-ward; chevage; court, suit of; eels, renders of; gersums; heriots; merchet; 'scleyreth'; serjeanty, tenures by; tallage; 'warthpanes'; 'witepund'; works, villeins'

Cutler:
-, Eliz., m. Chas. Bodville Robartes, earl of Radnor, 243, 265
-, Sir John, 243, 265, 267

Cutt, Sir John, 7

D.

Dacres:
-, Vice-Adm. Jas. Ric. (d. 1810), 108
-, Rear-Adm. Jas. Ric. (fl. 1841), 108

Dale:
-, Eliz., m. — Lynne, 266
-, John, 266
-, Wm., 266

Dalham Hall (Suff.), 301

Dalton, Hannah, 115

Dane, John, 10

Danes, settlement by, 2, 26, 36

Darnley, Ld., see Bligh

Dart, Edw., 79

Darwin, Chas., 224

Darwin College, Camb., 290

D'Aubigny, Isabel, ctss. of Arundel, 165

Davies (Davis):
-, A.V., vicar of Haslingfield, 235, 237
-, Sir Chas., 150
-, G. E., vicar of Haslingfield, 237
-, Mrs. H. E., w. of A. V., 235
-, J. R. A., 235
-, Thos., see Bovey, Thos. Davies

Dawson, Mat., 284

Day (Dey, Deye):
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Richardson, 21–2
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1751), 62, 66
-, Jas. Wentworth, 300
-, John (fl. 1472), 21
-, John (fl. 1672), 67
-, John (fl. 1700), 23
-, John (d. 1751), 62, 66, 179
-, John (? the same), 56
-, Nic., 21
-, Rob., 260
-, Sam., 56
-, Thos., 21–2
-, fam., 21, 56

De Grey, Thos., Ld. Walsingham, 301

de la Warr, Earls, see Sackville, Gilb. Geo.; Sackville-West; West, Geo. John and John Ric.

Deacon:
-, Col. E. H., 297
-, Col. Edm., 297

Debden:
-, John, 114, 116
-, Thos., 114

decoys, 140, 265, 300

Deer, Chas. Baron, 66, 68

Delves, Ellen, m. Sir Rob. Sheffield (d. 1518), 73

demesnes, leasing of, 11–12, 31, 76–7, 92–3, 152, 168, 183, 192–3, 202, 205–6, 232–3, 245; and see 'berryland'; 'gourdlands'; 'lotland'

Dence, Thos., 12, 16

Denne:
-, Hen., vicar of Eltisley, 57–8
-, John, 35

Dennis, Capt. W. W., 79, 86

Denny Abbey, see Waterbeach

Denston (Denstone):
-, Anne, m. John Broughton (d. 1479), 122, 181
-, Cath., w. of John, 181
-, John, 122, 181
-, Marg., see Wauton
-, Wm., 122

Denston (Suff.), 181

Denver (Norf.), 297, 299

Derby:
-, John, 118
-, Wm., archdeacon of Bedford, 118

Derby, earl of, see Ferrers, Rob.

Desborough, see Disbrowe

deserted villages, 137–8; and see Barton, Whitwell; Orwell, Malton; Wimpole, Whitwell and Wratworth

Despenser, Hugh le, 201

Devenish, Isabel de, 142

Devereux:
-, Eliz., see Martin
-, Wal., Ld. Ferrers of Chartley, 38
-, (Sir) Wal., later Vct. Hereford, 163

Devil's Ditch (nr. Newmarket), 280

Devon, ctss. of, see Courtenay, Cath.

Devonshire, duke of, see Cavendish

Devonshire, 150, 243

Dew, Edgar, 78

Dexter, E. R., 296

Dey (Deye), see Day

Dickinson:
-, Eliz., see Petre
-, John, 256

Dicon:
-, Hen., 51
-, John, 51
-, Thos., 51

Diddington Hall (Hunts.), 297

Dier, see Dyer

Digby, Jas. Drake, 303

Dineholt, see Dunholt

Dingley, Sir Thos., 254

Disbrowe (Desborough):
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Shipsea, 56
-, Isaac (d. 1666), 49, 51
-, Isaac (fl. 1679), 51
-, Jas., 48, 56
-, Jane, see Cromwell
-, John (fl. 1600), 56
-, John (d. 1680), 48–9
-, Revd. John (fl. c. 1700), 56
-, John (d. after 1704), 51
-, John (fl. 1713), 56
-, John (d. 1741), 49
-, Sam., 48
-, Valentine, 49
-, fam., 48, 53, 56–7

Diss (Norf.), 303

Dive:
-, Alice de, m. Ric. de Mucegros, 106, 114, 141–2
-, Alice de, w. of Ralph de, see Mucegros
-, Anne, wid. of Wm. (d. c. 1538), m. 2 Rob. Atterbury, 5
-, Asceline de, m. Simon de Mucegros, 114, 141–2
-, Eliz., see Wild
-, Hen., 5
-, Hugh de (d. c. 1206), 114, 180
-, Hugh de (d. 1280), 165
-, Sir John, 5
-, Lewis, 5
-, Marg. de, see Keynes
-, Maud de, m. Saher of St. Andrew, 114, 141, 180
-, Maud de, w. of Wm. de (d. c. 1181), see Waterville
-, Ralph de (d. 1175), 180
-, Ralph de (d. 1224), 165
-, Ralph de (fl. 1279), 142
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1181), 114, 165 n, 180
-, Wm. de (d. 1252), 165
-, Wm. de (fl. after 1280), 165
-, Wm. (d. c. 1538), 5

Diver, A. E., 295

Dix:
-, F. W., 303
-, Ric., 45

Dixon, W., vicar of Shepreth, 260

Dobson, Isaac, vicar of Grantchester, 207, 211

Docwra:
-, Anne, see St. George
-, Jas., 244
-, John, 254
-, Mary (fl. 1702), 50
-, Mary, w. of Thos., see Knight
-, Thos. (fl. before 1550), 254
-, Thos. (? the same, fl. 1552), 8
-, Thos. (fl. 1568), 254
-, Thos. (fl. 17th cent.), 50

Dod, Cath., 87

Doddington (Hunts.), 76, 294

Dodson:
-, Eliz., m. Joshua Mann, 183–4
-, fam., 183

Doggart, A. G., 292

Dole, Wm. of the, 172

Donoghue, J. F., 303

Doogood, Hen., 70

Dorchester (Dors.), ch., 226

Dorset, earl of, see Sackville, Thos.

Dorset, see Dorchester; Poole

Dove:
-, Thos. (d. 1630), bp. of Peterborough, 62, 101–2
-, Thos. (fl. 1650), 62
-, Wm. (fl. 1591), 130
-, Wm. (fl. 1603), 62

dovecots, 71–2, 90, 151, 190, 206, 231, 242

Dover:
-, Hugh of, 6, 130, 180, 267
-, Maud of, see Peverel

Downam, Geo., 20

Downes, And., 196

Downest, see Bownest

Downhall, Hen., rector of Toft, 134

Downham, Ld., see Fisher, Wm. Hayes

Downham, 303
-, sports, 294

Downing:
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1684), 74
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1749), 74
-, Sir Jacob Garrard, 74, 77

Downing College, Camb., 74, 77, 86, 110

Dowsing, Wm., 15, 24, 34, 44, 58, 84, 97, 103, 110, 126, 134, 173, 187

D'Oyly, John, 300

Drake:
-, Francis, 302
-, John, 302
-, Mat., 302
-, Wm., 302

Draper:
-, John (fl. 1386–1401), 76, 82
-, John (fl. 1405–23), 76
-, John (fl. 1407), 76
-, Wm., 76

Drayton, Dry, 182

Drayton, Fen, man., 129

Drayton Parslow (Bucks)., 85

Dreadnought Cement Co., 154

dress-makers, 154

Drinkstone (Suff.), 182

Droxford (Drokensford), John, rector of Barrington, 72, 131, 156

Dry:
-, Hen. (fl. 1691), 182
-, Hen (d. 1740, ? another), 182
-, Hen. (fl. 1743), 182
-, Sarah, m. Geo. Milner (d. 1795), 182

Dry Drayton, see Drayton, Dry

Dryden:
-, Sir Erasmus (d. 1632), 89
-, Erasmus (fl. 1635), 89
-, Wm., 89

Dublin (Irel.), 291

Dudley:
-, Edm., 191
-, John, duke of Northumberland, 22
-, John (another, fl. 1553), 29

Duffield, John, 265

Dugdale, Sir Wm., 300

Dullingham, sport, 301–2

Duncombe:
-, Col., 79
-, fam., 73

Dunholt (Dineholt):
-, Alice, m. Wm. Tadlow, 29
-, Ellen, see Colne
-, John, 29
-, fam., 29

Dunning:
-, Eustace, 74
-, Gilb., 74
-, Hervey, 74
-, fam., 74

Dunsbridge, see Shepreth

Duport:
-, John, rector of Harlton, vicechancellor of Cambridge University, 223, 225
-, Ric., 223

Durand (fl. 1086), 60, 243

Durham, County, 97

Duxford, Roger of, 18

Duxford, 8, 203 n
-, sports, 294

Dyalls, —, skater, 302

Dyer (Dier):
-, John (fl. 1583), bell-founder, 146
-, John (fl. 1815), 125
-, Sir Ric., 38

E.

Eardley, Randolf, 20

Earith (Hunts.), 297; and see Bluntisham

Earle, John, rector of Gamlingay, bp. of Worcester and Salisbury, 84

East Anglian Cement Co., 259 strike at, 259

East Essex hunt, 296–7

East Haddon, see Haddon

Eastcote, Hugh of, 100–1

Eastern Counties Railway, 284, 289

Eastwoods Ltd., 154

Easy, Thos., 22 n

Eaton, Wulfmaer of, see Wulfmaer

Eaton Socon (Beds.), 250–1

Eayre, Jos., bell-founder, 44, 58, 67, 119

Eborard, rector of Barton, 171

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 30, 182, 186–7, 195, 210

Eddeva the fair, 5, 19, 60, 106, 112, 129, 142, 228, 244, 265

Eden:
-, Chas., vicar of Barton, 172
-, J. J., 303

Edenesore, Ric. of, 74

Edmonton (Mdx.), 163

Edmund, earl of Cambridge, duke of York, 7

Edmund, earl of Lancaster, 162

Edward the Confessor, 89, 100
-, persons commended to, 5, 28, 36, 60, 106, 129–30, 148, 229, 242– 4, 257, 266

Edward I, 4, 7, 113, 130

Edward II, 201

Edward III, 201, 223

Edward IV, 7, 17, 130, 141, 166, 203, 223

Edward VII, as prince of Wales, 284, 303

Edwards:
-, John (d. after 1705), 19
-, John (d. by 1749), 50
-, John (fl. 1756), 50
-, Mary, 101

Edwardstone (Suff.), 230

Edwi (fl. 1066), 60, 62

eels, 299
-, renders of, 39, 208, 298

Elington:
-, Geof. of, 18
-, John of, 18

Elizabeth I, 89, 96, 100, 110, 118, 150, 223, 230

Elizabeth, queen of Bohemia, 83–4

Ellington (Hunts.), 61

Ellis (Elys):
-, Edm., 244
-, Eliz., see Ankelyne
-, John (fl. 1346), 9
-, John (fl. 1428), 218
-, John (d. 1500), 8
-, John (fl. 1500), s. of John (d. 1500), 8
-, John (d. 1522), 93, 98
-, John (fl. 1650), rector of Toft, 134
-, John Ingle, 255
-, Jos., 255
-, Nic. (fl. 1457), 244
-, Nic. (d. 1492), 8
-, Ric., 8
-, Rob., 93
-, Simon (fl. 1302), 9
-, Simon (fl. 1346), 9
-, Thos. Robins, vicar of Melbourn and Shepreth, 260
-, Mrs., 255
-, fam., 93

Ellison, W., rector of Harlton, 218

Elm, 286

Elmham, Wm., rector of Orwell, 248

Elrington, Edw., 56, 253, 260

Elstow (Beds.), 79

Elsworth:
-, Geo. of, 100
-, John of, 100
-, Thos. of, 100, 102

Elsworth, 53, 56

Eltisley:
-, Edw. of, see Banastre
-, John of, rector of Eltisley, 57
-, Roger of, 56
-, Thos. of, rector of Eltisley (? more than one of this name), 57; and see Banastre, Thos.

Eltisley, Ld., see Newton, Geo. D. C.

Eltisley, 1–3, 18, 29, 36, 41, 46–59, 105
-, adv., 49, 53, 56
-, agric., 46, 52–5
-, Caxton (or East) End, 47, 51
-, char., 46, 55, 59
-, ch., 50, 55–8
-, common, 54
-, cts., 49, 55
-, curates, 57–8
-, dom. archit., 47–8
-, farms, 47, 49–51, 54–5
-, fields, 53
-, glebe, 56
-, guild, 56
-, hearth tax, 47, 274–5, 277
-, inc., 3, 46, 54
-, ind., 55
-, inns, 48
-, man., 48–52
-, man.-ho., 49–50
-, mills, 55
-, nonconf., 44, 58–9
-, Papley, 2–3, 46–7, 50, 52–4
-, nunnery at, 55
-, poor-relief, 55
-, pop., 47
-, rectors, 57; and see Skipwith, Gerard
-, rectory, 48, 53, 56
-, ho., 48
-, roads, 47
-, schs., 45, 58–9
-, sports, 47, 48
-, streams, 46
-, tithes, 56
-, vicarage, 44, 56
-, ho., 56
-, vicars, 45, 57–8; and see Kidd
-, village green, 47, 48, 51–2, 58
-, woodland, 46, 52–3

Ely, 289, 298–9, 303
-, abbey, 70, 88–9, 91, 100, 128–30, 255
-, abbots of, 1, 60, 62, 112, 129; and see Beorhtnoth; Leofsige
-, archdeacons of, 96, 110, 133
-, bps. of, 14, 33, 42, 55, 110, 118–19, 125, 133–4, 156–7, 171–2, 188, 210, 223–4, 227, 231, 249; and see Alcock; Arundel, Thos.; Butts, Rob.; Cox; Fordham, John; Goodrich; Green, Thos.; Gunning; Hervey; Heton; Kirkby, John; Lisle, Thos.; Longchamp, Wm.; Niel; Northwold; Ridel; Thirlby; Wren
-, estates of, 2, 62, 89–92, 95, 100–2, 131, 181
-, liberty of, 2, 95, 102, 138, 259
-, patronage of, 82, 96, 103, 185, 260
-, dean and chapter of, 260
-, diocese of, chancellor, 225
-, ind., 298
-, Prickwillow, 302
-, sports, 291–2, 294–5

Ely, Isle of, 9, 300

Ely Diocesan Board of Education, 188

Ely Diocesan Board of Patronage, 145, 235, 247, 270

Elys, see Ellis

Emmanuel College, Camb., 50, 53–5
-, fellows of, 157
-, sports, 287

Engaine:
-, Hen., 190
-, Joan, w. of John (d. 1297), 190
-, Joan, wid. of Sir John (d. c. 1392), 254
-, Joan, m. Sir Baldwin St. George (d. 1425), 106, 254
-, John (d. 1297), 190
-, John, Ld. Engaine (d. 1322), 190
-, John, Ld. Engaine (d. 1358), 190
-, his dau. and coheirs, 190–1
-, Sir John (d. c. 1392), sheriff of Cambs., 149, 254
-, Marg., m. Wm. Blyton, 254
-, Marg., w. of Sir John (d. c. 1392), see Haye
-, Nic., 190
-, Ric. (d. 1177), 190
-, Ric. (?d. 1208), 190 n
-, Ric. (d. c. 1216), 190, 194
-, Thos., Ld. Engaine, 190
-, Viel, 190, 194
-, fam., 190, 192, 194–5, 261

Engledew, Thos., 111

Enveise:
-, Hamon le, 129
-, Maud le, see Neville
-, Wm. l', 191

Epping (Essex), 180

Erchenger the baker, 100, 131, 181

Ermine Street (Old North Road), 1–3, 10, 26, 29, 111, 120–1, 137, 139– 40, 145, 146, 263

Ertman, Simon, 231, 238, 240

Especer, Guy le, 110

Essays and Reviews, 186

Essex:
-, Alex. de, 100
-, Hen. de, 100–1

Essex, earls of, see Cromwell, Thos.; Mandeville, Wm. de

Essex:
-, sheriffs, see Valognes, Peter de
-, sports, 292, 294–5
-, and see Bocking; Bumpstead, Steeple; Chigwell; Chrishall; Colchester; Epping; Ingatestone; Littlebury; Manningtree; Rivenhall; Roding, White; Sandon; Stansted Mountfitchet

Essex hunt, 296–7

Ethelflaed, w. of Ethelwin, 128

Ethelgiva, w. of Ethelwin, 5, 121

Ethelwin(e), ealdorman of East Anglia, 5, 89, 121, 128
-, his w., see Ethelflaed; Ethelgiva

Ethelwold, bp. of Winchester, 89

Eton (Bucks.), 24
-, Coll., 83, 287, 295
-, Old Etonians, 291, 295
-, provost of, see Lupton, Roger

Eu:
-, Gilb. of, 121
-, Guy of, 121, 125

Eudes the sewer, 70–1, 73, 75, 80–1, 106, 108, 113, 265, 268

Eustace II, count of Boulogne, 190, 202, 208
-, his son, see Geoffrey

Eustace III, count of Boulogne, 71

Eustace, s. of King Stephen, 71

Evans:
-, Geo., 297
-, John Carbery, 107

Evelyn, John, 279

Eversden:
-, Jas. of, 62
-, Joshua, 135, 219
-, Mary, see Smith
-, Wm. (fl. 1670), 135
-, Wm. (fl. before 1730), 136
-, fam., 21

Eversden, Great and Little, 1, 3, 40, 56, 59–68, 127, 138, 179, 214, 222, 263
-, adv., 65–6
-, agric., 59, 62–4
-, char., 68
-, ch., 59–60, 65–7
-, cts., 64
-, curates, 66
-, farms, 59, 62, 64, 269
-, fields, 63
-, glebe, 63, 65
-, guilds, 66
-, hearth tax, 273–5, 277
-, inc., 59, 63–6
-, ind., 3, 64
-, inns, 59–60
-, man., 60–2, 114
-, man.-ho., 61
-, mill, 64
-, nonconf., 59, 67–8, 119, 146, 158–9, 188, 226, 250
-, par. officers, 64–5
-, poor-relief, 65
-, pop., 60
-, rectors (Little Eversden), 63, 66; and see Carr
-, rectory (Gt. Eversden), 62–3, 65
-, rectory (Little Eversden), 65–6
-, ho., 66
-, roads, 59
-, schs., 68, 135
-, streams, 59
-, tithes, 63, 65–6, 185
-, town ho., 68
-, town lands, 68
-, vicarage (Gt. Eversden), 63, 65–6
-, ho., 65–6
-, vicars, 66; and see Carr
-, woodland, 59

Everton (Beds.), 73
-, vicar, see Berridge

Evesham (Worcs.), 291

Exeter, bp. of, see Cary

Exning (Suff.), inc., 283

Eyr (Eyre):
-, Hen. le, 101
-, John le (fl. c. 1225), 202
-, John (fl. c. 1717), 253, 260
-, Ralph le, 202
-, Ric. le (fl. c. 1250), 131
-, Ric. (fl. 1506), 163
-, Rob. le, 202
-, Susan, see Layer
-, fam., 163, 203

Ezi (fl. 1066), 148

F.

Faceby, Roger, 20, 24

Fafiton:
-, Aubin, 200, 209
-, Eustace, 200
-, Rob., 74–5, 161–2, 200, 202, 208

Fairchild:
-, Wm. (fl. 1712), 254
-, Wm. (fl. 1743), 254
-, Wm. (? another), 245–6

Fanne:
-, John, 163
-, Nic., 163, 168
-, Rob. (d. 1418), 163
-, Rob. (d. 1487), 163
-, Rob. (d. by 1514), 163
-, Thos. (fl. 1346), 163
-, Thos. (fl. 1445), 163

Farcet (Hunts.), 303

Faversham (Kent), 29

Fawcett, Wm. M., architect, 126, 173, 237

Felbrigge:
-, Alana, m. Wm. Tyndall (d. 1426), 230
-, Cath., see Green
-, Eliz., see Scales
-, Sir Roger, 230
-, Sir Simon, 28, 178, 230

felons, chattels of, 12, 170, 234

Felton:
-, Wm. (fl. 1492), 244
-, Wm. (fl. 1501), 244

Fen Drayton, see Drayton, Fen

Fen Stanton, see Stanton, Fen

Fendall, Jas., vicar of Comberton, rector of Harlton, 186, 225

Fenner, F. P., 296

Fenner's, see Cambridge University, sports, cricket ground

Fens, the, 296–303
-, sports, see skating; wildfowling
-, waterways, 297–9

Fercles (Ferknes):
-, Eustace de, 202
-, Geof. de, 194, 202
-, Isabel de, m. 1 Wm. de Fosse, 2 Sir Hugh Sengham, 3 John le Moyne, 202
-, John de, 192, 194, 202
-, Lucy de, m. Wm. Appleford (d. after 1260), 202
-, fam., 208–9

Ferques (Pas de Calais, France), 202

Ferrar:
-, Erasmus, 15
-, Nic., 15

Ferrers:
-, Eliz., Lady Ferrers of Groby, m. Sir John Bourchier, 201
-, Marg., see Quincy
-, Rob., earl of Derby, 201

Ferrers of Chartley, Ld., see Devereux, Wal.

Feugeres:
-, Alan de, 18
-, Christine, wid. of Rob. de, 18
-, Rob. de, 18

Fido, John, rector of Hardwick, 103–4

Fielden, J. A., 297

field-reeves, 32, 42, 80, 103, 117, 185, 234, 247

fields, number of, see crops, rotation of

Fiennes:
-, Enguerrand de (d. c. 1190), 190
-, Enguerrand de (d. 1270), 190
-, Sibyl de, see Tingry
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1243), 190
-, Wm. de (fl. 1282), 190

Finch:
-, Dan., 268
-, John, 59
-, Thos., vicar of Barrington, 157
-, fam., 62

Fincham, Wm., rector of Wimpole, 270

Fineshade Priory (Northants.), 190 n

Finney, Rob., 182

fish, species of, 298–9

Fisher:
-, Edw., 225
-, Lawr., 225
-, Osmond, rector of Harlton, 225–6
-, Wm. Hayes, Ld. Downham, 303

fishing, 297–9

Fisons Pest Control, 12

Fitzalan:
-, Eliz., see Berkeley
-, John, earl of Arundel, 37
-, Thos., earl of Arundel, 38, 42

FitzErnis:
-, Agnes, see Argentine
-, Oliver, rector of Eltisley, 57
-, Phil. (fl. 1225), 48
-, Phil. (fl. 1254, ? another), 48
-, Phil. (fl. 1279, ? another), 48–9, 52, 55
-, Sir Phil. (d. by 1316, ? another), 48–9
-, Sarah, w. of Sir Phil. (d. by 1316), m. 2 Wal. le Bret, 48

FitzGerald:
-, Alice, m. Rob. de Lisle (d. by 1284), 266
-, Ermintrude, see Talbot
-, Hen. (d. c. 1175), 265
-, Hen. (d. c. 1231), 265
-, Warin (d. 1216), 71, 265
-, Warin (d. c. 1257), 265
-, Wm., 265

FitzHugh, Thos., 24

FitzJohn:
-, (or Middleton), Joan, see Burdeleys
-, (or Middleton), John (d. 1394), 180
-, John (fl. 1448), 62
-, Wm., 62

FitzRalph:
-, Audrey, ? wid. of Ric., 244
-, Eleanor, see Thornton
-, Eliz., m. 1 Sir Rob. Chamberlain, 2
-, Roger Ormeston, 113
-, Eliz., m. Edm. Flambard, 217, 244, 256
-, John (d. after 1348), 244, 256
-, Sir John (fl. 1403), 113
-, John (fl. 1428), 62, 113
-, Margery, see Mortimer
-, Ralph (s. of Wm.), 191, 244, 256
-, Ric., 244, 256
-, Thos., 244
-, Wm. (fl. 1313), 256
-, Wm. (fl. 1332), 256
-, fam., 19

FitzSimon (FitzSimons, FitzSymond):
-, Adam (s. of Simon, called of Hatfield) (fl. 1235), 71
-, Adam (fl. 1324), 110
-, Edw., 71
-, (Sir) Hugh, 27, 71
-, John (fl. 1279), 71
-, John (d. 1304), 71
-, Marg., see Freville
-, Ric., rector of Toft, 133
-, Simon (s. of Adam of Hatfield), 71
-, fam., 71

FitzWalter:
-, Christine, 8
-, Gunnora, see Valognes
-, Rob., 8, 71
-, Wal., Ld. FitzWalter, 71
-, fam., 71

Fitzwilliam House, Camb., sports, 290

FitzWilliam hunt, 296

Fitzwilliam Museum, see Cambridge University

FitzWymark, Rob., 106, 113, 148

Flambard:
-, Edm., 244, 256
-, Eleanor, m. 1 Wal. Tyrell, ?2—
-, Hunt, 217, 244, 256
-, Eliz., see FitzRalph

Flaxman, John, sculptor, 271

Fleam Dyke (nr. Cambridge), 280

Fleming, Adelulf the, see Adelulf

Flintshire, see Bangor

Flitcroft, Hen., architect, 264, 271

Flowerdew:
-, Edw., 207
-, Eliz., see Slegge
-, John, 179, 181, 185
-, Thos., 181 n
-, Wm., 181

Foley:
-, Phil., vicar of Barrington, 157
-, Thos., Ld. Foley, 157
-, fam., 73

Foliot:
-, Marg. or Margery, m. Wiscard Ledet, 60
-, Margery, w. of Rob., 60
-, Rob., 60
-, fam., 162, 191, 266

Folkes, Simon, 18–19, 22

Folksworth, John of, 218

football, 291–4
-, association, 291–3
-, rugby, 292–4

Football Assoc., 291–2

foot-races, 279

Forcett Hall (Yorks. N. R.), 235

Fordham:
-, John, bp. of Ely, 92, 102, 211
-, Sam., 35
-, Thos., 219
-, fam., 301

Fordham Abbey, 301

Forster (Forester):
-, Edw., vicar of Bourn, 14
-, G. R. C., 297
-, Jas., 104
-, Mary, see Cockayne
-, and see Foster

Fosse:
-, Isabel de, see Fercles
-, Wm. de, 202

Foster:
-, C. F., 179, 187
-, E. B., 179
-, Ebenezer, 179
-, G. E., 179
-, Geo. Ebenezer, 179
-, Jas. Mic., 101
-, P. G., 179
-, and see Forster

Fournes, Ric., 270

Fowler:
-, Wm. (fl. 1390), 75
-, Wm. (fl. 1825), 125

Fowlmere, 253

Fox:
-, Sir G. W. G., 38
-, Myra, see Newton
-, Ric., bp. of Winchester, 181
-, Thos., 152

fox-hunting, 5, 279, 296–7

Foxley, Thos., 89

Foxton, 154, 159, 253
-, ct., 155
-, man., 113, 115, 155

Frampton, Tregonwell, 281

France, king of, see Philip II

franchises, 2, 138; and see amercements of tenants; assizes of bread and ale; felons, chattels of; frankpledge, view of; free warren; gallows; infangthief; pillory; return of writs; sake and soke; tumbrel; vee de naam; waif

Francis:
-, Alan, 266
-, Eleanor, m. 1 Sir John Northwich, 2 Geof. Cobb, 217, 266
-, Eliz., see Huntingfield
-, John (fl. 1302), 266
-, John (d. 1337), 180
-, Ric. (fl. 1170), 266
-, Ric. (fl. 1279), 266
-, Ric. (fl. 1346), 217
-, Wm. (fl. 1166), 191 n, 266
-, Wm. (fl. 1235), 266
-, Mr., 15
-, fam., 263

Franke, Dr., 100

frankpledge, view of, 12–13, 23, 32, 42, 55, 64, 79–80, 95, 102, 109, 117, 130, 138, 141, 144, 155, 170, 185, 208, 216, 234, 259, 269

Fraser, M. R., 103

Frebert the priest, 13

free warren, 89, 102, 166, 177, 217

Freeman, Ric., 85

French, Rob., 143

Freville:
-, Agnes, w. of Ric. de (d. by 1372), m. 2 John de Brewes, 3 Wm. Roos or Rees, 28
-, Anne, m. Bart. Burgoyne, 28 n
-, Baldwin de, 19, 27, 32, 255
-, Eleanor, w. of John de (d. 1312), 27
-, Ellen, w. of Sir John (d. 1372), 28
-, John de (d. 1312), 27, 256
-, Sir John (d. 1372), 27–8, 48, 256
-, Lucy de, see Scalers
-, Marg. de, w. of Ric. de (d. 1328), m. 2 Sir Hugh FitzSymond, 27
-, Ric. de (d. 1299), 19, 27, 30, 32, 38, 62, 123–4, 243, 256
-, Ric. de (d. 1328), 27
-, Ric. (d. by 1372), 28
-, Rob., 28, 256
-, Saher de, 8, 10, 12
-, Thos., 28
-, Wm., 28
-, fam., 255–6

Freyne:
-, Alice, see Lacy
-, Sir Hugh, 201

Fricker, Abraham, 46

Fryer:
-, Bridget, w. of Hen., 218, 221 n
-, Hen., 218, 225–7
-, John, 218, 226–7
-, Mary, w. of Dr. Thos., 218
-, Dr. Thos., 218

Fulbourn:
-, Fulbourn Manor, 301
-, sports, 294

Fulk (or Fulcui) (fl. 1086), 138 n, 142, 268

Fulk son of Tibbald (fl. 1130), 256

Fulk son of Tibbald, sheriff of Cambs. (d. by 1221), 256

Fulk, s. of, see Ralph; Tibbald

Fuller:
-, Jas. (fl. 1814), 94
-, Jas. (d. 1871), 95
-, Rob., 94–5
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1730), 166, 219
-, Wm. (d. 1844), 95

fullers and fulling, 152, 161, 208

Furnage, Nic., 38

Furneaux:
-, John de, 106
-, Sir Simon de, 106–8
-, fam., 106

Fyn:
-, John (d. c. 1470), 191
-, John (d. 1505), 191
-, Roger (d. after 1456), 191
-, Roger (d. c. 1476), 191
-, fam., 166

G.

Gabell, —, dissenting minister, 158

gallows, 12, 32, 42, 102, 144, 170, 208, 247

Game, H., 19

game birds, species of, 300–2

Gamlingay:
-, Hugh s. of Wm. of, 75
-, John, 82

Gamlingay, 1, 3, 36, 40, 68–87, 90, 96, 98, 104–5
-, adv., 81–2
-, agric., 69, 75–80
-, alms-ho., 80, 87
-, brickworks, 70, 79
-, chaplains, 83
-, char., 87
-, ch., 70, 76, 80–5
-, cts., 78–80
-, curates, 83–4, 86
-, dom. archit., 70, 72–4, 83, 129
-, farms, 75–7
-, fields, 76
-, Gamlingay Heath, 69, 77–8, 87, 129
-, glebe, 83
-, guild, 83
-, hearth tax, 274–5, 277
-, inc., 70, 76–7
-, ind., 3, 70, 79
-, inns, 70
-, man., 70–5, 89, 106, 123
-, man.-ho., 70–4, 128
-, mkt., 3, 78–9
-, mills, 78
-, mission ch., 84–5
-, Newton hamlet, 70, 77
-, nonconf., 84–6
-, par. officers, 80
-, pks., 69, 73–4, 76, 78
-, poor-relief, 80
-, pop., 4, 47, 70
-, prehistoric remains, 69
-, rly. sta., 69–70
-, rectors, 81–4, 87
-, rectory, 81–3
-, ho., 70, 83
-, roads, 27, 69–70, 121
-, schs., 32, 86–7, 111
-, streams, 69
-, technical coll., 87
-, Tetworth Hall, 70
-, tithes, 77–8, 80, 82–3
-, town ho., 80, 275
-, vicarage, 81–3, 111
-, ho., 83
-, vicars, 82, 84, 86–7
-, village coll., 70, 87
-, Woodbury (Beds. since 1965), 1, 68–70, 72–3, 75–9
-, woodland, 69, 78

Gamlingay Smallholders Ltd., 78

Gape:
-, D. F. B., 28
-, Geo., 28
-, Jas. Carpenter, 28
-, Jas. John, 28
-, John (d. 1703), 28
-, John (d. 1734), 28
-, Sybil, w. of Wm. Nugent Wal., 28
-, Thos., 28
-, Thos. Foreman, 28
-, Wm., 28
-, Wm. Nugent Wal., 28

Gardiner:
-, Cecily, ? m. 1 Geo. Ashfield, 2 — Gardiner, 39
-, Phil., rector of Coton, 195
-, Mrs., 260

Gascoyne:
-, Mary, see Clitheroe
-, Sir Nic., 142, 266

Gaunt, John of, see John

Gedding:
-, Eliz., see Baud
-, Sir Rob., 202

Gee:
-, Appelina, 214
-, Wm., 30

Gelyn (Jelyn), fam., 21

Geoffrey, rector of Arrington, 144

Geoffrey, s. of Eustace II, count of Boulogne, 190
-, his son, see William

Geoffrey son of Swein, 28–9, 38, 42, 55 n
-, his w., see Hawise

Geoffrey, Rob. s. of, see Robert

George I, 281

George II, 281

George III, 14, 211

George IV, as prince of Wales, 282–3

George, prince of Denmark, m. Queen Anne, 281

George, duke of Cambridge, 301

George, duke of Clarence, 17 n, 216

Gerard, rector of Gamlingay, 81

Gerard, Peter s. of, see Peter

Gernon:
-, Marg., see Chamber
-, Ralph (d. 1274), 149
-, Ralph (d. by 1419), 180
-, Ranulf, 149
-, Rob., 148–9, 151, 155, 244

Gerrard, Thos., 179

gersums, 10

Gery, Wm., and his w., 123

Gibbs:
-, Chas., rector of Gamlingay, 84
-, Jas., architect, 264

Gibson, Percival, vicar of Barton, 172

Gidding:
-, Geo., 191
-, John, 191, 194
-, Ralph (d. by 1400), 191
-, Ralph (fl. 1456), 191, 194
-, fam., 194

Gidding, Little (Hunts.), 15

Giffard:
-, Rose, m. Ric. de Clare (fl. 1086), 216
-, Wal., earl of Buckingham (d. 1102), 148, 216, 220–3
-, Wal., earl of Buckingham (d. 1164), 216, 223

Gifford, John, 255

Gikel, Wm., 202

Gilbert son of Thos., 72–3

Gilbert, Jas. s. of, see James

Gilbert:
-, Geof., 9
-, Wm., 101

Gildea, Geo., 254

Gill, John, 72

Gilligan, A. E. R., 296

Gilman (Gilmyn):
-, John, 51
-, Jos., 51
-, Mary, m. Jas. Chidley, 51
-, Thos., 51
-, fam., 53

Ginn:
-, D. B., 231
-, S. R., 231

Girton, 19
-, man., 162
-, tithes, 185

Girton College, Camb., sports, 290

Gissing:
-, Agnes, see Mortimer
-, Sir Thos., 113, 117

Gittam, J., 302

glass, stained and painted, 44, 66, 157, 187, 195, 203, 211, 271

Gledseye, Ellis of, and his w. Helen, 106, 108, 110

Gleyne, John, rector of Malton, 249

Gloucester:
-, duke of, see Thomas
-, earls of, 141; and see Audley, Hugh de; Clare
-, honor of, 74, 141, 148, 222, 242

Gloucester, 25, 220
-, and Bristol, bp. of, see Monk, J. H.

Gloucestershire, see Boddington; Boxwell; Gloucester

glovers, 152

Goda, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

Godfrey:
-, Hen., 219
-, Wm., 233

Godinc Turbert (fl. 1066), 112–13

Goding, monk, 129

Godman (fl. 1066), 219

Godmanchester (Hunts.), 29

Gogmagog Park (nr. Stapleford), 301

Goldesburgh, Sir John, 142

Goldingham:
-, Sir Alex., 49, 55, 142
-, Cecily, m. Wm. Chilton, 49
-, Eleanor, w. of Sir John, 49
-, Eleanor, m. John Mannock (d. 1471), 49
-, Sir John, 49, 142
-, Sir Wal., and his w. Eliz., 49

Goldsmith, Margery, 163

Goldwin, Wm., 295

Gonville and Caius College (Gonville Hall), Camb., 29, 31–2, 118, 167, 169–70, 230, 296
-, fellows of, 118
-, master of, see Somersham
-, sports, 287, 290, 296

Goodrich, Thos., bp. of Ely, 43, 96

Goodwin:
-, Ric., and his w. Eliz., 129
-, Thos., 129
-, fam., 129

Gordon, L., 20

Gorges, Ric., Ld. Gorges, 300

Goslek, John, and his w. Sarah, 38

Gosthorp (unidentified), 38

Gouge:
-, Edw., 164
-, Nic., 164
-, Thomasine, see Clutterbuck
-, fam., 169

Gough, Thos., 187 n

'gourdlands', 245; and see demesnes, leasing of

Gower, Wm., rector of Little Gransden, 90

Grafham (Hunts.), 97, 191

Grafton House (Northants.), 107

Gransden, Great (Hunts.), 1, 27, 46, 87–91, 94–5, 98, 121
-, Gransden Hall, 297
-, nonconf., 67, 98, 159
-, vicarage, 96
-, vicars, 91; and see Oley

Gransden, Little, 1–3, 27, 31, 87–99
-, adv., 96
-, agric., 91–5
-, airfield, 88
-, alms-ho., 89, 99
-, char., 98–9
-, ch., 88–9, 96–8
-, common, 88, 91, 93–4
-, cts., 90, 95
-, curates, 96–7
-, dom. archit., 89
-, farms, 89, 94–5
-, fields, 87, 91, 93
-, glebe, 90, 93, 95–6
-, hearth tax, 274–5, 277
-, inc., 87, 93–4, 96
-, inns, 88–9
-, man., 70, 89–91
-, man.-ho., 88, 90
-, mill, 88, 95
-, nonconf., 98, 250
-, par. officers, 90, 93
-, poor-relief, 96
-, pop., 88, 93
-, rectors, 90–1, 95–9; and see Briggs; Gower; Jessop, Thos.; Knight, Wm.; Leeds, Dr. Edw.; Musgrave, Jas.
-, rectory, 90, 96–8
-, ho., 89–90
-, roads, 88, 121
-, sch., 89, 98
-, streams, 87–8
-, tithes, 94, 96
-, woodland, 88–9, 91–4

Grant Instruments Ltd., 154, 259

Granta or Bourne, river, 299

Grantchester:
-, Eliz., dau. of Jakes, 203
-, Eliz., dau. of Thos., 203
-, Jakes (or John), 203, 205, 211
-, Joan, w. of John, m. 2 Sir Laur. Bremle, 203
-, Joan, w. of Thos., m. 2 Guy Corbet, 203
-, John (of), 106, 202–3, 205, 209
-, Rob. (of), 106, 202
-, Thos., 203
-, fam., 202, 208

Grantchester, Ld., see Suenson-Taylor

Grantchester, 137–9, 189, 198–214, 208–9, 302
-, adv., 202, 209–10
-, agric., 204–8
-, alms-ho., 213–14
-, bridges, 199
-, char., 213–14
-, ch., 194, 209–12
-, commons, 204–5
-, cts., 192, 194, 208–9
-, curates, 210–12
-, dom. archit., 198–9
-, farms, 206–8
-, fields, 198, 204–5
-, glebe, 203–4, 209–10
-, guilds, 210
-, hearth tax, 274, 276, 278
-, inc., 198, 207–8
-, ind., 208
-, inns, 199–200, 208
-, man., 162–3, 166, 190, 192, 194, 200–4
-, man.-ho., 198, 203
-, mills, 202, 206, 208, 208
-, Newnham Croft, 199–200, 205–6, 208–9, 209, 211, 213
-, nonconf., 173, 196, 212–13
-, Old Vicarage, 200, 210
-, par. officers, 209, 213
-, poor-relief, 209
-, pop., 199, 211
-, rectors, 194, 198, 210; and see Pateshull, Thos.
-, rectory, 198, 205–7, 209–11
-, ho., 203, 210
-, roads, 160–1, 189, 199, 228
-, St. Mark's ch., 211
-, schs., 212–13, 239
-, sports fields, 199–200
-, streams, 198
-, tithes, 198, 207, 209–10
-, town land, 212–14
-, vicarage, 209–10
-, ho., 210
-, vicars, 194, 206, 210–11, 213; and see Dobson
-, village green, 198

Gray (Graye):
-, Chris., bell-founder, 35, 67, 135, 187
-, John, 254–5
-, Miles, bell-founder, 67, 187, 249
-, Miles, the younger, bell-founder, 85, 249, 271
-, Thos., 20
-, and see Grey

Graystock, Thos., 118

Great Baddow, see Baddow

Great Bradley, see Bradley

Great Gransden, see Gransden, Great

Great Ouse Fishery Consultative Assoc., 298

Great Ouse River Authority, 298

Great Wilbraham, see Wilbraham

Greatworth (Northants.), adv., 171

Green:
-, Alice, see Heveningham
-, Cath., w. of Ralph, m. 2 Sir Simon Felbrigge, 178
-, Constance, m. John Stafford, earl of Wiltshire, 178
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1370), 177
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1399), 177
-, Hen. (d. 1468), 178
-, Isabel, m. — Vere, 178
-, John, 178
-, Marg., wid. of Hen. (d. 1468), 178
-, Margery, 178
-, Nic., 142
-, Ralph, 177
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1530), 28
-, Thos. (fl. 1673), 19
-, Thos., bp. of Ely (d. 1738), 14, 17, 45
-, Wm., 19

Greenhall, S., 303

Greenmantle, Roger, 177

Greenwood, Jas., vicar of Haslingfield, 236

Gregory IX, pope, 43, 171

Gregory, Thos., 22

Grenville:
-, Sir John, 7
-, Marg., see Burghersh

Gresham:
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Wingfield (fl. 1604), 266
-, Marg., see Lynn
-, Paul, 266
-, Sir Ric., 129

Grey:
-, Blanche, see Vache
-, Edm., Ld. Grey of Wilton, 166
-, Edw., 166
-, Hen., Ld. Grey of Wilton, 42
-, Lady Jane, usurper, 22
-, John, Ld. Grey of Wilton, 166
-, Marg., w. of Ric. Grey, Ld. Grey of Wilton, m. 2 Thos. Grey, Ld. Richemount-Grey, 166
-, Reynold, Ld. Grey of Wilton (d. 1370), 38
-, Reynold, Ld. Grey of Wilton (d. 1494), 166
-, Ric., Ld. Grey of Wilton, 166
-, (Sir) Thos., Ld. Richemount-Grey, 166
-, Wm., 166
-, and see Gray

Griffin, Maj. J. M., 6

Grosvenor, Ric., Ld. Grosvenor, 281

Grove (Notts.), 182

Guilden Morden, see Morden

guilds, see Barrington; Barton; Bourn; Caldecote; Comberton; Coton; Eltisley; Eversden; Gamlingay; Grantchester; Hardwick; Harlton; Haslingfield; Toft; Wimpole

Guiz, Rob. le, 19

Gunning, Peter, bp. of Ely, 186

Gunnora, sis. of Eudes the sewer, m. Peter de Valognes (fl. 1086), 71

Gurth, earl, bro. of King Harold, 265

Guy (fl. 1086), 121

Guy, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Gynes, Ric. de, 52

H.

Hackney (Mdx.), 73

Haddenham, John, vicar of Barton, 171

Haddon, East (Northants.), 180

Haggar:
-, Francis, 15
-, John (d. 1589), 5–10, 18 n, 129–30, 133
-, John (d. 1617), 6, 8, 11
-, John (d. ? 1706), 6, 13
-, Adm. John (fl. 18th cent.), 6
-, Rob. (d. 1652), 6, 11
-, Rob. (d. ? 1710), 6
-, fam., 13, 15

Hagger:
-, Phil., 116–17
-, Wm., 64
-, fam., 11

Haggerston, John, 22, 131–2

Haighton, Ric., vicar of Bourn, rector of Croxton and Longstowe, 14, 126

Hailstone, John, 145

Haldenby, Wm. of, 142

Haldenham, see Stafford, Thos.

Hale:
-, John, 61
-, Phil. (fl. 1668), 255
-, Phil., s. of Phil. (fl. 1668), 255

Hall:
-, Dorothy, m. Hen. Blackham, 65
-, Gen. John, 301
-, Ralph atte, 9
-, Thos., 65

Hallack, Thos., 184

Hamilton, Sir Chas., 107, 110

Hammond:
-, Gerard, 51
-, Isabel, 51

Hampden, Ld., see Brand, Thos.

Hampshire, see Winchester

Hancock:
-, Anne, m. Ric. Hunt, 254
-, D. W., 95
-, John, 254
-, Wm., 254–5

Handley, Thos., 85

Harcourt:
-, Aubrey de, m. Wm. Trussebut, 6–8
-, Rollo de, 6
-, Rose de, see Peverel

Hardiman, fam., 19

Harding, Thos., 100, 131

Hardwick, Rob. of, 129

Hardwick, 1–3, 17–18, 99–104, 127–8, 175, 181
-, adv., 103
-, agric., 101–2
-, char., 103–4
-, ch., 103–4
-, common, 101
-, cts., 102–3
-, curates, 99, 103–4, 195
-, dom. archit., 99
-, farms, 99
-, fields, 99, 102
-, glebe, 103
-, guild, 103
-, hearth tax, 273–5, 277
-, inc., 99–100, 102
-, ind., 102
-, inn, 99
-, man., 100–1, 129, 131
-, man.-ho., 100
-, mill, 102
-, nonconf., 104
-, par. officers, 103
-, poor-relief, 103
-, pop., 99–100, 102
-, rectors, 103–4; and see Mapletoft
-, rectory, 103
-, ho., 103
-, roads, 99
-, sch., 104, 188
-, tithes, 103
-, village green, 99
-, woodland, 17, 99–101, 127–8

Hardwicke, earls and countesses of, see Yorke

Hardy, Rob., 233

hare-coursing, 279, 282

Haretail, Wm., 7

Hargar, Ric., 247

Harleian library, 264

Harley:
-, Edw., earl of Oxford, 114, 116, 222, 264–5
-, Henrietta, see Holles
-, Rob., earl of Oxford, 264

Harling:
-, Cecily, see Mortimer
-, Sir John, 113

Harlton, Gilb. of, 220

Harlton, 137–8, 144, 214–27, 245
-, adv., 223
-, agric., 220–2
-, char., 227
-, ch., 215, 223–6
-, common, 221
-, cts., 130, 216, 222
-, curates, 224–5
-, farms, 215, 221–2
-, fields, 221
-, glebe, 221–2, 224
-, guilds, 224
-, hearth tax, 273–4, 276, 278
-, inc., 215, 218–19, 221, 224
-, ind., 215, 222
-, inns, 216
-, man., 148, 216–20, 244
-, man.-ho., 215, 218, 220
-, mills, 222
-, nonconf., 226, 238
-, par. officers, 215, 226–7
-, poor-relief, 222
-, pop., 215–16
-, rectory, 14, 186–7, 223–5
-, ho., 215, 224
-, roads, 148, 175, 215–16, 228, 241
-, sch., 32, 226–7, 239
-, tithes, 223–4
-, vicars, 223–4
-, village green, 215
-, woodland, 215
-, rectors, 221, 223–6; and see Ellison; Fendall; Oakley; Potton, Wm.

Harris, —, dissenting minister, 135, 158, 250 n

Harrison:
-, Eliz., m. John Mortlock, 129
-, M. J. H., 164
-, North, 18–19
-, Steph., 129

Harston, 113, 202, 228, 239, 252
-, man., 149, 216 n

harvest-boons, see works, villeins'

Harward, Dr. Kemp, 235

Haslingfield, frontispiece, 137, 161, 163, 193, 227–40
-, adv., 235
-, agric., 232–4
-, bridges, 228
-, chant., 230, 236, 239–40
-, char., 239–40
-, ch., 15, 227, 229, 235–7, 240
-, common, 233
-, cts., 234
-, curates, 236–7
-, farms, 144, 228, 231, 233–4
-, fields, 233
-, glebe, 229, 235–6
-, guilds, 236
-, Haslingfield Hall, 6, 228, 230–1, 235
-, hearth tax, 274, 276, 278
-, inc., 233–4
-, inns, 228
-, Lingey Fen, 227, 302–3
-, man., 107, 110, 153, 228–32
-, man.-ho., 231–2
-, mills, 234
-, nonconf., 226, 237–8
-, par. officers, 234
-, poor-relief, 234–5
-, pop., 228
-, rectory, 230, 235
-, ho., 229
-, roads, 148, 154, 160, 167, 215, 227–8
-, schs., 227, 238–9
-, tithes, 229, 235–6
-, town ho., 240
-, vicarage, 225, 235–6
-, ho., 236
-, vicars, 233, 235–7, 240
-, village green, 227–8
-, White Hill chap., 233–4, 236

Hastang:
-, Alice, w. of Phil., 177
-, Beatrice, m. 1 Thos. Longueville, 2 Sir Wm. Quenton, 177
-, Cecily, see Merk
-, Phil., 177

Haswell:
-, Agnes of, see Pellam
-, Ellis of, 231

Hatcher:
-, Dr. John (d. 1587), 178–9
-, John (d. 1640), 178
-, Thos., 178

Hatfield:
-, Adam of, see FitzSimon
-, Constance of, see Bonville
-, Geof. of, sheriff of Cambs., 164–5, 167, 171

Hatless, Rob., 30

Hatley:
-, Arthur, 193
-, Edm., 193
-, Griffith, vicar of Haslingfield, 236
-, Ric., 193

Hatley, Cockayne (Beds.), 69, 104, 106, 110

Hatley, East, 104–5, 111, 205
-, rectory, 110–11

Hatley St. George, 1, 3, 68–9, 104–11
-, adv., 110
-, agric., 108–9
-, ch., 105, 107, 109–11
-, cts., 109
-, curates, 84, 111
-, farms, 105, 108–9
-, fields, 109
-, glebe, 110
-, Hatley Park, 105, 107–9, 111, 128
-, hearth tax, 273–5, 277
-, inc., 3, 109
-, inns, 105
-, man., 90, 106–8, 114
-, man.-ho., 107–8
-, mill, 109
-, pop., 105–6
-, par. officers, 109
-, poor-relief, 109
-, rectors, 105, 110–111; and see Stanton, John
-, rectory, 110
-, ho., 105, 110
-, roads, 105
-, sch., 111
-, streams, 105
-, tithes, 110
-, woodland, 105, 108

Hatton:
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1683), 113
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1720), 113–14
-, Lucy, m. 1 Thos. Stewart the younger (d. 1688), 2 Mr. Smith (d. c. 1706), 231, 233, 235
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1658), 113
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1682), 113
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1685), 113
-, his sisters, 113

Haudlo:
-, Sir John, 190
-, Maud, see Burnel

Haukyn, Hugh, 8

Haulsey, Wm., bell-founder, 44, 249, 261

Hauteyn:
-, Alice, 8
-, Bart., 8, 10
-, Sir Hamon, 8
-, Wm., 8

Hauxton, 239
-, mill, 234

Hawise, w. of Geof. s. of Swein, 38

Hawise, dau. of Hugh, earl of Chester, m. Rob. de Quincy (d. 1217), 201

Hawke:
-, Chris., 124
-, Martin, Ld. Hawke, 296

Hawkes, Thos., 183

hawking, 279, 300

Hawle, Wm., 29

Haworth, fam., 101

Hayden, Thos., 143

Haye:
-, Sir John de la (d. c. 1340), 5, 149, 254, 256
-, Marg. de la, m. Sir John Engaine (d. c. 1392), 254
-, Margery de la, 256, 258
-, Wm. de la (d. 1316), 254, 258
-, Wm. de la (d. by 1365), 254, 256
-, fam., 149

Hayes, Ric., vicar of Caxton, 34

Hayward:
-, John, rector of Coton, 192–3, 195
-, Prudence, w. of John, 192
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1860), 295
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1900), 295

haywards, 32, 42, 80, 117, 234, 247, 259

Haywood, G. A., 253–4

Head (Heved):
-, Alex., 131, 181
-, John, 181
-, Rob., 181
-, Wm., 181
-, fam., 131

headboroughs, 194

Heanric of Wantage, 89

Heaton, Peter, vicar and rector of Gt. and Little Eversden, 66 n

Helpston, John, and his w., 37

Hemel Hempstead (Herts.), 5

Hemingford, John, 191

Heneage:
-, Edw., vicar of Shepreth, 260
-, Sir Thos., 114

Henley-on-Thames (Oxon.), rowing, 291

Henrietta Maria, queen of England, 89

Henry I, 6, 39, 185, 219

Henry II, 12, 71, 165, 177, 234, 265

Henry III, 12, 162, 165, 177, 217, 230, 234

Henry IV, 177

Henry VI, 118, 203, 223

Henry VII, 7, 17, 178, 181, 191

Henry VIII, 118, 129–30, 141, 223, 230, 243

Henry, duke of Lancaster, 162

Henry, earl of Lancaster, 162, 201

Henry the cobbler, 126

Henry, John, 123

Henshaw, Wm., bell-founder, 25

Hepworth:
-, John, rector of Little Gransden, 97
-, Rob., vicar of Gamlingay, 83–4

Herbert, Thos., 39

Hereford, Vct., see Devereux, Wal.

Hereward son of Ric., 192

heriots, 10, 92, 102, 141, 258

hermits, 83, 172

Heron, Sir Wm., 244

herrings, distribution of, 189

Hertford, earl of, see Clare

Hertfordshire, 256
-, sports, 279, 294
-, and see Anstey; Ashwell; Baldock; Barkway; Barley; Buntingford; Hemel Hempstead; Markyate; Royston; Rushden; St. Albans; Sandon; Stortford, Bishop's; Weston

Hervey, bp. of Ely, 81

Heslerton:
-, Alice, see Madingley
-, Sir Thos., 148–9

Hethersett (Norf.), 179

Heton, Martin, bp. of Ely, 89, 100, 181

Heveningham:
-, Alice, m. Thos. Green, 28
-, Anne, m. Sir Ambrose Jermyn, 28
-, Geo., 28
-, Marg., see Burgoyne

Heveningham (Suff.), 301

Hewett (Hewitt):
-, John, vicar of Grantchester, 211
-, fam., 6

Heylock:
-, Rob., 39
-, Wm., 39, 51

Hickey, P. A. S., 114, 120

Hicks, Wm., vicar of Wrestlingworth, 250

Higgs, Griffin, rector of Gamlingay, 83–4

High Wycombe, see Wycombe

Highfields, see Caldecote

Hillfield Hall, nr. Solihull (Warws.), 28

Hinchingbrooke (Hunts.), 121
-, priory, 29 n, 46, 49–50, 52–3, 55

Hinde:
-, Sir Francis, 7, 17–18, 22, 37, 65, 101, 129–30
-, Sir John, 7, 18, 65, 100, 129–31, 133, 267
-, Mary, m. Clement Chicheley, 267

Hinton, Cherry, 101
-, vicar, see Parneby, Thos.

Hinxton, vicarage, 186

Hitchin:
-, Edw., 9
-, John, 9
-, Martha, m. John Tate, 9
-, Thos., 9

Hoare, Ric., 280

Hobbs, Sir John Berry ('Jack'), 283, 295

Hobson, F. W., 30

Hodson, John, 101

Holben:
-, H. W., 170
-, Montfort, 11, 15
-, R. R., 170, 184
-, Sanders (d. 1862), 169–70
-, Sanders (d. 1908), 170, 173
-, Wilson, 169–70, 174
-, fam., 11, 169

Holcroft, Francis, 67, 158, 249–50

Holder:
-, Chas., 183
-, John, rector of Gamlingay, 83
-, Mary, w. of Thos. (d. c. 1706), 179
-, Mary (fl. 1815), 132
-, Rob., 179, 183
-, Thos. (d. c. 1706), 179, 183
-, Thos. (fl. 1730), 179

Holland:
-, Marg., m. 1 John Beaufort, earl of Somerset (d. 1410), 2 Thos., duke of Clarence, 243
-, Sir Rob., 242

Holland, 83, 302–3

Hollaway, Hen., rector of Longstowe, 125

Holles:
-, Henrietta Cavendish, m. Edw. Harley, earl of Oxford, 265, 282
-, John, duke of Newcastle, 265

Hollick, Ebenezer, 255

Holwell:
-, John, 267
-, fam., 267

Holworthy, Chas., vicar of Bourn, 14

Hoo:
-, Beatrice, see Andeville
-, Joan, see Perrers
-, John atte, 29
-, Sir Rob., 60, 63, 162
-, Sir Thos., 61, 162, 164
-, Sir Wm., 61
-, and see Athoo

Hooke, John, vicar of Grantchester, 210

Hooley:
-, Ernest Terah, 50–1, 107
-, Mrs. E. T., 29

Hooper:
-, Revd. Francis, 250
-, John, 150

Hopkins:
-, F. J., vicar of Caxton, 34
-, Thos., 223

'horkeys', 200

Horn:
-, C. W., 303
-, Eliz., see St. Clowe
-, Nic., 244
-, (or Littlebury), Thos., 244
-, Wm., 244

Hornby, Hen., rector of Orwell, master of Peterhouse, 19, 248

horse-racing, 279–87
-, matches, 279–85
-, plates, 280, 282, 284, 286
-, Royal Plates, 281–4
-, selling races, 283–6
-, sweepstakes, 281–5

horses, keepers of the king's, 124

Horton (unspecified), 218

Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights of the, see Shingay

Hoton, Jas., 81

Housden, see Howsden

Hovel:
-, Mary, see Merk
-, Steph., 177

Howard:
-, Benj., 207
-, Ellen, 213
-, John, duke of Norfolk, 230
-, Marg., see Scales
-, Rob., 230
-, Roger, 115
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1524), 39
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1554), 130
-, his w., see Anne
-, Thos. (fl. 1826), 30
-, fam., 207–8

Howes, H. J., 303

Howgrave, Wm., rector of Longstowe, 126

Howlet, Wm., 108–9

Howsden (Housden):
-, John, 210
-, W., 303

Hubert, rector of Caxton, 33

Huddlestone:
-, Ferdinand, 166
-, John, 204
-, Ric., 166

Hugh, rector of Barton, 171

Hugh, s. of Fulky Warwell, 162, 171

Hugh, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Hugh, Wm. s. of, see William

Hughes:
-, Maria, w. of T. S., 220
-, Revd. T. S., 220

Hume, Mr., 269

Hungerford:
-, Eliz., see Berkeley
-, Wal., Ld. Hungerford, 37

Hunnington, Wm., 160

Hunt:
-, Anne, w. of Ric., see Hancock
-, Anne, m. — Cumber, 254
-, Emily, 193
-, John (fl. 1678), 256
-, John (fl. 19th cent.), 193
-, Mary, m. — Challoner, 254
-, Ric. 254
-, —, dissenting minister, 135

Hunter, J. O., 294

Huntercombe:
-, Alice of, see Bolbec
-, Wal. of, 148–9, 155
-, fam., 157

Huntingdon:
-, John, 20–1
-, Wm., 20

Huntingdon, 65, 92, 126, 191, 297–9
-, archdeaconry of, 96
-, priory, 39–40, 42–3

Huntingdonshire, 1, 36, 46, 63–70, 87, 120, 297
-, sheriff of, see Lovetot, Eustace de
-, sports, 302
-, and see Abbotsley; Barford, Little; Bluntisham; Broughton; Buckden; Bury; Caldecote; Conington; Diddington; Doddington; Earith; Ellington; Farcet; Gidding, Little; Godmanchester; Grafham; Gransden, Great; Hinchingbrooke; Huntingdon; Needingworth; Ramsey; Ripton, King's; St. Ives; St. Neots; Sawtry; Stukely, Little; Tetworth; Toseland; Waresley; Weald; Woodhurst; Yelling

Huntingfield:
-, Eleanor de, w. of Roger de (d. 1328), m. 2 Sir Rob. Sewerby, 3 Ric. of Kelshall, 217, 219
-, Eliz. de, m. Ric. Francis, 217
-, Joan de, w. of Roger de (d. 1257), 217
-, John, 203
-, Roger de (d. 1204), 216, 221, 223
-, Roger de (d. 1257), 217, 223
-, Roger de (d. 1328), 217, 219
-, Roger de (d. 1337), 217
-, Roger de, s. of Roger de (d. 1328), 217
-, Sibyl de, w. of Wm. (?d. 1155), 216
-, Sir Wal., 202–3
-, Wm. de (? d. 1155), 216
-, Wm. de (d. 1220), 217
-, Wm. de (d. 1290), 217, 244
-, Wm. de (d. 1313), 217
-, fam., 217

huntsman, Judichael the, see Judichael

Hurrell:
-, Hen., 129
-, Wm. the elder, 129
-, Wm. the younger, 129
-, fam., 297

Hussey:
-, Sir Hen. (fl. 1346), 37
-, Hen. (fl. 1377), 37

Hutton:
-, Alice, see Child
-, John (d. 1501), 217
-, John (fl. 1552), 217, 223
-, Thos. (d. 1506), 182
-, Thos. (fl. 1536), 182
-, Thos. (d. 1552), 217, 223
-, Thos. (fl. 1561), 217

Hyde Parker, Revd. Sir Wm., 297

I.

ice hockey (bandy), 303

Ickleton, 202
-, Abbey, 294
-, nonconf., 250
-, Priory, 144–5
-, sports, 294

Ilger, Ranulf bro. of, see Ranulf

Ilketshall, Sir Gilb. of, 72

Incorporated Church Building Soc., 225–6

Independents, 15, 25, 34, 45, 58, 67–8, 85–6, 119, 135, 158, 173, 187, 196–7, 212, 226, 238, 250, 262

industry and trade, see breweries; brickmaking; cement-making; coprolites; fullers; glovers; maltster; mills; paper-mill; quarries; sugar beet factories; tanning; white-tawyer

infangthief, 12, 144, 185, 208, 234, 247

Ingaldsthorp:
-, Sir Edm., 61
-, Joan, see Tiptoft

Ingatestone (Essex), 256

Ingle:
-, John (d. 1832), 255, 258
-, John (fl. 1841), 108
-, Rob., 118

Ingleside Chalk Works, 259

Ingrey:
-, Anne, w. of Edw. (d. 1613), 254
-, Edw. (fl. 1566), 255
-, Edw. (d. 1613), 254
-, Eliz., ? dau. of Thos. (d. 1617), 255
-, Eliz., m. — Nightingale, 254
-, Martha, m. — Rydeman, 254
-, Thos. (fl. 1580), 254
-, Thos. (? another, d. 1617), 255
-, Wm., 255

Ingrith, Warin, 8

Inguare, thegn (fl. 1066), 74

intercommoning, 77, 99, 127, 167, 192, 198, 204, 215, 245–6, 263

International Skating Union, 303

Ireland:
-, horse-racing, 282
-, and see Dublin

Irnham (Lincs.), 165

Ivatt, Ant., 197

Iver (Bucks.), 90

J.

Jackson:
-, Sir F. S., 296
-, Hen., 200
-, John, vicar of Gamlingay, 83

Jacob:
-, Abraham, 76, 87
-, Sir John, 73, 87
-, Ric., 76
-, Rob., 73
-, fam., 76

Jake (Jakes):
-, Simon, 62
-, Wm., 62–3

James I, 100, 150, 279, 301

James II, 249, 280
-, as duke of York, 280

James son of Gilbert, 73

James:
-, Ernest, 300
-, J. B., rector and vicar of Gamlingay, 82

Jeanes, John, 50

Jebb, John, vicar of Gamlingay, 84

Jeeps, R. E. G., 293

Jefferies:
-, H. G., 95
-, Revd. Wm., and his w. Judith, 178

Jegon, Thos., master of Corpus Christi Coll., 212

Jellings, fam., 115

Jelyn, see Gelyn

Jenner (later Jenner-Fust), H., 296

Jennings, Thos., 67, 158

Jepps, fam., 153

Jermyn:
-, Sir Ambrose, 28
-, Anne, see Heveningham
-, Ant., 28
-, Sir Rob., 28
-, Thos., 28

Jessop:
-, Francis, 91
-, Thos., rector of Little Gransden, 91, 97–8

Jesus College, Camb., 50, 53–5, 110, 185, 223–5
-, chap., 225
-, fellows of, 186, 223–4
-, sports, 287, 290, 294, 296

Jewel's Apology, 80

Joan, dau. of Edw. I, m. 1 Gilb. de Clare, earl of Gloucester (d. 1295), 2 Ralph de Monthermer, earl of Gloucester, 144

Jockey Club, 281–6, 301
-, rooms, 282

John, king of England, 7, 37, 162, 177, 181, 217
-, as count of Mortain, 229

John (of Gaunt), duke of Lancaster, 243

John, chaplain, of Gamlingay, 83

John, rector of Pettistree (Suff.), 217

John, s. of Hilary Trussebut (fl. 13th cent.), 8

John son of Roger, 18

John son of Stephen, 20

John son of William, 18

Johnson:
-, Phil., rector of Kingston, 119
-, Prior, 246

Johnson Bros., 77

Johnston:
-, N. H., 115
-, Weston, 115

Jones, A. O., 296

Jordan:
-, Hen., 51
-, John Thos., vicar and rector of Great and Little Eversden, 66 n
-, Ric., 51

Jouet, Wm., 72

Judichael the huntsman, 161, 202

Judith, Ctss., 1 n, 164

Juvene, Wm. le, 56

K.

Kaye, Col. D. R. B., 297

Kebyll, —, bell-founder, 58

Keck:
-, B. A. (d. 1815), 214
-, B. A. (d. c. 1817), 214

Keeble Bros., 154

Keene, Ric., bell-founder, 261

Kelshall:
-, Eleanor of, see Huntingfield
-, Ric. of, 217–19

Kemp, Jas., 115

Kendall (Kendal):
-, Beatrice, m. Sir Rob. Turk, 247
-, Edw., 247
-, H. E., architect, 140, 264
-, Marg., wid. of Rob., 247
-, Rob., 247
-, Thos., 247

Kenilworth (Warws.), cast., 256

Kennett, R. H., 200

Kent, Jeremiah, 184

Kent:
-, sports, 294–5
-, and see Bromley; Canterbury; Cliffe; Faversham; Lesnes; Snargate; Woolwich

Kerdeston:
-, Marg., see Bacon
-, Maud, m. John Burghersh (d. 1349), 7
-, Wm., 7

Kersley:
-, Hen., 76
-, Thos., 76
-, fam., 76

Ket (Kett):
-, Rob., rebel, 22
-, —, architect (fl. 1859), 25

Ketsby (Lincs.), 89

Kew (Surr.), 211

Keynes:
-, Gillian de, m. Ric. de Lestre, 164
-, Hugh de, 165, 171
-, Isabel de, 165
-, Joan de, m. Roger Lewknor, 165
-, Marg. de, m. Ralph de Dive (d. 1224), 165
-, Ralph de (fl. c. 1131), 165
-, Ralph de (d. c. 1174), 165, 171
-, Ric. de (d. 1183), 165, 171
-, Ric. de. (d. c. 1240), 165
-, Ric. de (d. after 1276), 165
-, Wm. de (fl. 1086), 164, 182
-, Wm. de (d. 1217), 165, 171
-, Wm. de (d. 1222), 165, 171
-, Wm. de (d. by 1249), 165

Keyser, Nic., 62

Kidd, Thos., rector of Croxton, vicar of Eltisley, 43–4, 57

Kimbell:
-, Gillian, see Bealknap
-, John, 18, 130, 267
-, Nic., 18, 130–1, 267

Kimwell, fam., 21

King:
-, (or of Potton), John, rector of Hatley St. George, 110
-, Peter, 6
-, Col. Thos, 114

Kingma, Martin, 303

King's College, Camb., 118, 161, 164, 169–72, 174, 192–4, 199–201, 203–4, 206–9, 212–13
-, fellows of, 30, 118, 203, 295
-, provosts of, 203; and see Newton, Fogge; Wodelarke, Rob.
-, sports, 295

King's Hall, Camb., 145; and see Trinity College

King's Lynn, see Lynn

Kingsley:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Pym, 39, 51
-, Hen., 39, 51
-, Heylock, 39, 51
-, fam., 53

Kingston, 1, 3–4, 11, 40, 59, 111–20, 127, 263
-, adv., 117–18
-, agric., 112, 115–17
-, char., 120
-, ch., 112, 117–19
-, cts., 117
-, curates, 34, 118–19
-, dom. archit., 112
-, fairs, 117
-, farms, 115–17, 269
-, fields, 116–17
-, glebe, 118
-, hearth tax, 273–5, 277
-, inc., 116
-, ind., 117
-, inns, 112
-, man., 19, 61–2, 106–8, 112–15, 138 n
-, man.-ho., 112, 115
-, mkt., 112, 117
-, mill, 117
-, nonconf., 49, 67, 119–20
-, oratory, 112
-, par. officers, 117
-, pk., 112
-, poor-relief, 117
-, pop., 112
-, rectors, 116–20; and see Pearson, Cuthbert
-, rectory, 15, 117–18
-, ho., 118
-, roads, 17, 112
-, sch., 119–20, 135
-, sports, 294
-, tithes, 117–18
-, town hos., 117
-, village green, 112, 119
-, woodland, 9, 112

Kingston-on-Soar (Notts.), 230

Kipling:
-, Elsie, m. Capt. Geo. Bambridge, 147, 265
-, Rudyard, 265

Kirkby (Kirkeby):
-, Alice, m. Peter Prilly (d. 1322), 243
-, John, bp. of Ely, 243
-, Wal., rector of Little Gransden, 96
-, Wm., 243

Kirkham:
-, Amy, w. of John, 166
-, John, 166

Kirklington (Yorks. N. R.), 49–50

Kirton, Rob., 223

Kitchener, Mr., 254

Knapwell, rectors of, see Stanton, John and Wm.

Knight:
-, John, 185
-, Mary, w. of Thos., vicar of Swavesey, m. 2 Thos. Docwra, 50
-, Nic., 185
-, Ric., 11
-, Thos., vicar of Swavesey, 50
-, Wm., rector of Little Gransden (d. 1623), 91, 93, 97, 100
-, Wm. (d. 1645), 91, 100
-, Wm. (d. 1659), 91
-, fam., 91

Knokyn (Salop.), 201

Kyne, Geof., 132

L.

Lacy:
-, Alice de, w. of Hen. de, of Duxford, 8
-, Alice de, ctss. of Lincoln, m. 1 Thos., earl of Lancaster, 2 Ebles le Strange, 3 Sir Hugh Freyne, 201
-, Edm. de, earl of Lincoln (d. 1258), 201
-, Edm. (fl. 1343), 204
-, Edw., 204
-, Hen. de, of Duxford (fl. 1279), 8
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln (d. 1311), 201, 203, 208
-, Hen. (fl. 1547), 204
-, Joan de, w. of Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, m. 2 Nic. Audley, 201
-, John de, constable of Chester, 201
-, Sir John (d. after 1348), 203–4
-, John (d. after 1387), 204
-, Marg. de, see Quincy
-, Margery, see St. Lo
-, Ric. (d. after 1471), 204
-, Thos. (d. after 1437), 204
-, Thos. (d. 1479), 204
-, Thos. (d. 1506), 204, 211–12
-, fam., 201 of Duxford, 203 n

Ladds, John, 132

Lafaited, Ralph, 74

Lambeth (Surr.), rector of, see Banastre, Thos. (d. 1375)

Lancashire, see Leigh; Manchester

Lancaster:
-, Annora of, w. of John of, 149
-, Hen., 159
-, John of, 149–50
-, Philippa of, see Bolbec
-, Ralph of, 149
-, Roger of, 149
-, fam., 157

Lancaster:
-, duchy of, 144, 162
-, dukes of, 202; and see Henry; John (of Gaunt)
-, earls of, 170, 202; and see Edmund; Henry; Thomas

Landbeach, 303

Lane:
-, Agnes, 28
-, Eliz., 87
-, Mary, m. Geo. Parker, earl of Macclesfield (d. 1764), 73
-, Ralph, 73
-, Thos., 159

Langent:
-, Rob. de, 62
-, Roger de, 62

Langley, Wm., 142

Langtoft, Miles de, heirs of, 37

Langton:
-, John, chancellor of Cambridge University, 118
-, Wal., rector of Wimpole, later bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 270
-, Wal. (? another), 81

Langwith, Rob., 35

Langworth (Lincs.), 142

Lapworth (Warws.), rectory, 83

Larder, Bart., 52

Lark, river, 297–8

Latimer:
-, Alice, see Ledet
-, Wm. le, Ld. Latimer (d. 1304), 60
-, Wm. le, Ld. Latimer (d. 1335), 60
-, fam., 162, 191, 266

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 100

Laurence the miller, 23

Laurence, see Lawrence

Laverok, Ric., vicar of Haslingfield, 236

Law, Wm., 236

Lawrence (Laurence):
-, Thos., bell-founder (fl. 1525), 135
-, Thos. (fl. 1662), 115

Laxton:
-, Joan, w. of Sir Wm., m. 2 — Wauton, 253
-, John, 253
-, Martha, m. Wm. Layer (fl. before 1600), 253
-, Nic., 253
-, Thos., 253
-, Sir Wm., 253

Layer:
-, Eliz., m. Berney Branthwaite, 253, 260–1
-, John (d. 1641), 99–100, 107, 111, 253, 257
-, John (d. 1706), 253, 261
-, Martha, see Laxton
-, Susan, m. John Eyre, 253, 260
-, Wm. (fl. before 1600), 253
-, Wm. (d. 1698), 253
-, Wm. (d. 1717), 253, 260

Leader, Harvey, 297

leases, beneficial, 22, 30, 54, 76, 168–9, 181–3, 193, 207–8, 233

Lebus, Sir Herman, 107

Ledet:
-, Alice, m. Wm. le Latimer, Ld. Latimer (d. 1304), 60
-, Christine, 60
-, Marg. or Margery, see Foliot
-, Wiscard, 60
-, fam., 162, 191, 266

Lee:
-, Francis Hen. (fl. 1691), 113–14
-, Francis Hen. (fl. 1717), and his w. Eliz., 114
-, Joan, see Pateshull
-, John, 202

Leeds:
-, Anthony, 38, 46
-, Dr. Edw. (d. 1589), rector of Croxton and Little Gransden, 38, 43–4, 90, 96
-, Edw. (d. c. 1678), 38
-, Edw. (d. 1680), 38, 43
-, Edw. (d. 1704), 38
-, Edw. (d. 1729), 38, 43, 45–6
-, Edw. (d. 1758), 38, 45
-, Edw. (d. 1803), 38, 43, 49, 56
-, Eliz., 46
-, Sir Geo. Wm., 38, 41, 43, 46, 296
-, John (fl. 1580), 38, 90
-, John (d. 1704), rector of Croxton, 43–6
-, Jos., 38–9, 44, 46
-, Martha, 46
-, Thos., 38, 46, 49
-, Wm., 46
-, fam., 41–4, 53

Leete:
-, Alfred, 115
-, Jackey, 115–16
-, Judith, w. of Rob. (d. 1713), 222
-, Lydia, 67–8
-, Rob. (d. 1713), 222
-, Rob. (d. 1836), 67
-, Simeon, 222
-, Steph., 67

Leicester:
-, Ric. of, 71, 81
-, Wm. of (fl. 1235), 71
-, Wm. of, bailiff of Bedford (fl. 1268), 71, 81

Leicester, earls of, see Beaumont, Rob. de; Coke, Thos. Wm.; Montfort
-, honor of, 162, 202

Leicester, 58

Leicestershire, see Belvoir; Bosworth; Burton Lazars; Leicester; Loughborough

Leigh (Lancs.), 303

Leighton Buzzard (Beds.), alms-ho., 123–4

Leng, John, rector of Coton, bp. of Norwich, 195

Lenne, Wm. de, and his w. Isabel, 220

Lenton, John, 195

Leofsige (fl. 986), 106

Leofsige (fl. 11th cent.), abbot of Ely, 89, 129

Lesnes Abbey (Kent), 74–5

Lestre:
-, Gillian de, see Keynes
-, Ric. de, 165

Lettice the nun, 55 n

Leva, see Leveva

Leventhorpe:
-, Agnes, w. of Thos., 130, 267
-, John (fl. c. 1475), 18, 130, 267
-, John (b. 1488), 18, 130, 267
-, Thos., 18, 130, 267

Leverington, sports, 294, 300

Leveva (or Leva), ? w. of Alfsige, 142

Lewes Priory (Suss.), 33–4

Lewknor:
-, Joan, see Keynes
-, Roger, 165

Leynton, John, 122

leys, 40, 93, 152–3, 161, 168–9, 301

libraries, parochial, and reading rooms, 161, 216, 228, 242, 253, 262, 265

Lichfield, bps. of, see Baynes, Ralph; Langton, Wal.

lights, endowed, in churches, 14, 34, 56–7, 66, 103, 156, 195, 210, 224

Lilley (Lilly):
-, Edw. (fl. 1774), 207
-, Edw. (? the same, fl. 1801), 10
-, Edw. (d. 1846), 208
-, F. W., 208
-, Hen., vicar of Arrington and Croydon, 145
-, Hen., (? another), vicar of Caxton, 34
-, Joshua, 10
-, fam., 11

Lincoln, fam., 94

Lincoln, earls of, see Lacy, Edm. de and Hen. de

Lincoln, bps. of, 65, 141; and see Buckingham, John; Remigius; Smith, Wm.

Lincolnshire, 255
-, sports, 292, 299, 302
-, and see Boston; Corby; Crowland; Irnham; Ketsby; Langworth; Normanton; Norton; Ormsby, South; Spalding; Stamford; Sutton St. Edmund

Lindsell, Chas., 297

Lingey Fen, see Haslingfield

Linton, 128, 279, 297
-, Barham man., 106
-, sports, 292

Lisle:
-, Alice de, see FitzGerald
-, Brian de, 162
-, John de, 270
-, Rob. de (fl. before 1201), 270
-, Rob. de (d. by 1284), 266
-, Rob. de (d. 1399), 266, 270
-, Thos., bp. of Ely, 90
-, fam., 270

Lister, Thos., 90

Litlington, 144

Little Barford, see Barford

Little Billing, see Billing

Little Stukely, see Stukely

Little Wilbraham, see Wilbraham

Littlebury, see Horn, Thos.

Littlebury (Essex), 254

Littleport, 298–9
-, sports, 302

Lively, Edw., 46

Livermere, Great (Suff.), 65

Lloyd-Jones:
-, H. J., 110
-, H. T., 110

Lock:
-, Beatrice Marion, 114
-, Thos., 249

Loftes, Rowland, and his w. Joan, 191

Lolworth, rector of, see Musters, Rob. de

Lombe, Ric., 166

London, 19–20, 30, 90, 100, 206, 218, 224, 244, 284
-, aldermen of, 230–1, 253
-, Bank of England, 35
-, bell-founders, 44, 58, 66, 126, 135
-, bps. of, 227; and see Theodred
-, Bishopsgate St. workhouse, 51
-, Black friars of, 61
-, Christ's Hosp., 218, 221, 227, 234
-, Ely Ho., Holborn, 85
-, Freemen's Orphan sch., 51
-, Gray's Inn, 193
-, Great Fire, 35
-, horse-racing, 285
-, Inner Temple, 30
-, ld. mayor of, see Bowyer
-, ld. mayor and corporation of, 51, 181, 243, 270
-, Lothbury, 35
-, Marylebone Cricket Club (M.C.C.), 294–6
-, Mercers' Co., 166, 168–70
-, Merchant Taylors' sch., 43
-, St. Paul's cathedral:
-, dean of, see Colet, John
-, prebendary of, 224
-, precentor of, 225
-, St. Paul's sch., 166
-, St. Thomas's Hosp., 51, 53–5, 181, 184, 188
-, Savoy hosp., 181
-, sports clubs, 298, 303
-, sports grounds, 291, 293–5
-, Tattersall's, 284–5
-, Tower of, constable of, 166
-, university, sports club, 290
-, Westminster, 30
-, sch., 129, 287
-, Whitechapel, foundry at, 66
-, and see Bromley-by-Bow; Clerkenwell; Lambeth; Rotherhithe

London School of Medicine for Women, 290

'Londonelade,' see carrying services

Long:
-, Eliz., m. Wm., Ld. Russell of Thornhaugh, 142
-, Hen., 142
-, Lawsell, 9
-, Sir Ric., 9, 20, 74, 142, 254

Long Stanton, see Stanton, Long

Longchamp:
-, Hen. de (fl. before 1200), 7
-, Hen. de (fl. 1236), 48
-, Hugh de, 7
-, Wm., bp. of Ely, 24

Longstowe, see Stowe

Longstowe, 1–3, 26, 43, 120–7, 183
-, adv., 125
-, agric., 123–5
-, alms-ho., 127
-, chap., see Longstowe, St. Mary's
-, char., 127
-, ch., 120–1, 125–7, 146
-, common, 124
-, curates, 126
-, farms, 121, 124
-, fields, 120, 124
-, glebe, 124–5
-, hearth tax, 274–5, 277
-, hosp., see Longstowe, St. Mary's
-, inc., 3, 124
-, ind., 125
-, inns, 121, 123
-, Longstowe Hall, 30, 120–2
-, man., 5, 28, 121–3
-, mill, 125
-, nonconf., 126–7
-, par. officers, 127
-, pk., 120
-, poor-relief, 125
-, pop., 120–1
-, rectors, 124–7; and see Stowe, John of
-, rectory, 125–6
-, ho., 125–6
-, roads, 87, 95, 105, 121
-, St. Mary's chap. or hosp., 9, 121, 123, 125
-, sch., 127
-, sports, 294
-, tithes, 124–5
-, town lands, 127
-, vicars, 125–6; and see Walter the chaplain
-, village green, 121
-, woodland, 120

Longstowe hundred, 1–3, 2, 33, 137–8
-, ct., 1–2, 95
-, hearth tax, 273–5, 277

Longueville:
-, Beatrice, see Hastang
-, John (fl. 1318), 177
-, John (d. ? 1349), 177
-, Thos., 177

Longueville (Seine Maritime, France), priory of St. Faith, 223

Longville, Mr. (? Thos.), 94

Lord:
-, Gunnora, see Chastelyn
-, John le, 18, 20–1, 129
-, Ralph le, of Barton, 163, 165, 171
-, Nichole, w. of Walter le, 163
-, Walter le, 163, 165

Lord Chancellor, patronage of, 65, 171, 195

Lord's Bridge, see Barton

Lord's Bridge rly. sta., 161, 216, 228

'lotland,' 152; and see demesnes, leasing of

Loughborough (Leics.), 15

Loveday, W., 303

Lovel:
-, Edm., 218
-, John, 62
-, Osbert, 62
-, Phil., rector of Barrington, 156
-, Ralph, 218–20
-, Simon, 62

Loveland, Edw., rector of Wimpole, 270

Lovetot:
-, Eustace de, sheriff of Hunts., 1, 37, 39
-, John, 243

Lowry, John, 89

Lucas:
-, Edw., 181, 185, 207
-, Gibson, rector of Little Gransden, 97

Lude, John de la, 218

Lumby, J. R., 200

Lunacy Commissioners, 186

Lupton, Roger, rector of Harlton, provost of Eton, 224

Luttrell:
-, Sir And., 165
-, John, 165

Lyell:
-, Abraham, 231
-, Baltzar, 6, 231, 233
-, Cath., m. John Ric. West, Earl de la Warr, 6, 231
-, Eliz., wid. of Baltzar, 6, 13, 231
-, Hen., 6, 13, 153, 231
-, fam., 235

Lyndhurst:
-, Agnes, see Avenel
-, John, 267

Lyne:
-, Joan, w. of Wm., 225
-, John, 225
-, Wm., 225

Lynn (Lynne):
-, Eliz., see Dale
-, Marg., m. 2 Paul Gresham, 3 Rob. Radcliffe, 266
-, Ralph, 29

Lynn, King's (Norf.):
-, St. Marg.'s ch., 237
-, sch., 43

Lynne, see Lynn

M.

Mabel daughter of Philip, 52

Mabel, niece of Ralph de Berners, 62

Maberly, F. H., 15, 34

McCalmont, Col. Hen., 287, 301

McCarthy, Chas., rector of Harlton, 225

Macclesfield, earls of, see Parker, Geo.

McFarlane-Grieve, G. M., 129

Machell, Capt., 301

MacKenzie, C. F., bp. in Africa, 237

Madingley:
-, Alice of, m. Sir Thos. Heslerton, 148, 156–7
-, Emma of, see Colville
-, Hen. of, 149
-, Rob. (fl. 1279), 115
-, Sir Rob. of (d. 1321), 149

Madingley, 18, 115, 175, 192, 206
-, Madingley Hill, 160, 189–90
-, man., 175, 179–80
-, mill, 194
-, wood, 167, 192

Magdalene College, Camb., sports, 288, 291

Maidenbury:
-, Agnes, w. of Hugh, 191
-, Geof., 191
-, Hugh, 191
-, John (fl. 1279), 191
-, John (d. 1331), 191
-, John (fl. 1346), 191
-, John (d. by 1421), 191
-, Ric., 191
-, Thos., 191
-, Wm., 191

Maidstone, Wal., rector of Little Gransden, later bp. of Worcester, 96

Mainstone:
-, John, 73
-, Wm., 73, 85

Mainwaring:
-, Chas., 100
-, fam., 100

Maister, Thos., 203, 206

Malden (Surr.), 71, 81

Male:
-, John, 115
-, Ric., 115
-, Wm., 115

Mallory, fam., 89

Malmesbury, Wm. of, 298–9

Malpas, Hen., rector of Gamlingay, 81–2

Malton, see Orwell

Maltravers, Ld., see Arundel, John

maltster, 206

Malweyn, John, 270

Malyns, Thos., and his w. Emma, 38

Manchell:
-, John (fl. 1591), 73
-, John (fl. c. 1640), 73

Manchester, earl of, see Montagu

Manchester (Lancs.), coll., 57

Mandeville:
-, Geof. de, 155, 229, 254, 258
-, Wm. de, earl of Essex, 254
-, fam., 229

Manea, sports, 294

Mangant:
-, Alex. (fl. 1198), 219
-, Alex (? another, d. by 1230), 219
-, Alex. (fl. c. 1236), 219
-, Alex. (fl. 1279), 219
-, John, 219
-, Rob., 219

Mann:
-, Eliz., see Dodson
-, F. G., 296
-, F. T., 296
-, John (fl. 1839), 183–4
-, John (? another, d. 1870), 184
-, Joshua, 183

Manners:
-, Chas., duke of Rutland, 301
-, Chas. Cecil John, duke of Rutland, 297
-, Edw., earl of Rutland, 150
-, John (fl. 1572), 150
-, John, Ld. Roos, later duke of Rutland (d. 1711), 280
-, John, Ld. Roos, later duke of Rutland (d. 1721), 280
-, John, duke of Rutland (d. 1857), 301

Manningtree (Essex), 100, 131

Mannock:
-, Anne, w. of Francis (d. 1590), 49
-, Eleanor, see Goldingham
-, Francis (d. 1590), 49, 56
-, Sir Francis (d. 1634), 49
-, Sir Francis (d. 1687), 49
-, Geo., 49
-, John (d. 1471), 49
-, John (d. 1476), 49
-, Wm. (d. 1558), 49
-, Wm. (d. 1616), 49
-, fam., 56

Manseis, Thos. le, and his w. Maud, 171

Mansel:
-, Mabel, m. Ric. de la Vache (d. after 1308), 165–6
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1200), 165
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1258), 165
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1265), 165, 168, 170
-, fam., 165–6

Mapletoft, Edm., rector of Hardwick, 100, 103

Marable, Nic., rector of Coton, 194

March:
-, earl of, see Mortimer
-, earldom of, 130

March, 303
-, sports, 292, 294–5

Mare Way, 1, 59, 111–12, 137, 147, 214, 228, 241, 263–4

Margerys, Thos., rector of Toft, 133

market-gardening, 3, 23, 69, 78, 207, 258

Markyate Priory (Herts.), 65–6

Marley, Thos., rector of Little Eversden, 66

Marlow (Bucks.), rowing, 290

Marris, Rob., vicar and rector of Great and Little Eversden, 66 n

Marsh, Jas., rector of Gamlingay, 84

Marshall (Marshal):
-, Ant., vicar of Barrington, 157
-, Edw., rector of Wimpole, 270–1
-, Eliz., see Burdeleys
-, Esdras, rector of Gamlingay, 84
-, John (fl. 1489), 116
-, John (fl. 1506), 108
-, John (d. 1591), 50–1
-, John (fl. 1646), 51
-, Marg., see Quincy
-, Mat., 51
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1350), 180
-, Thos. (fl. 1575), 108
-, Wal., earl of Pembroke, 201
-, Wm. (d. 1551), 50
-, Wm. (fl. 1593), 50
-, fam., 53

Marshall and Masters, 77

Martin V, pope, 236

Martin:
-, Devereux, 163–4, 169
-, Dorothy, w. of Devereux, 164, 169
-, Eliz., w. of Matthie, m. 2 Wal. Devereux, Vct. Hereford, 163
-, Revd. G., 214
-, John (fl. 1570), 193
-, John (d. 1594), 114, 163, 169
-, John (fl. 1660), 26
-, Lettice, 262
-, Marg., w. of John (d. 1594), 163
-, Matthie, 114, 163, 169
-, Rob., 256
-, Simon, 256
-, Thos. (fl. 1541), 193
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1650), 163, 169
-, Wal. (fl. 1166), 256
-, Wal. (fl. 1279), 62, 256–7
-, Wm., vicar of Grantchester, 210, 213–14
-, fam., 161, 168–9

Mary I, 103

Mason:
-, Moses, 238
-, Simon, and his wid. Rebecca, 51

Massingham, John, vicar of Bourn, 14

Masters, John, vicar of Comberton, 186

Mathew, And., 218

Matthews:
-, John, 204
-, Uriah, 204, 207, 214

Maud, the Empress, 71

Maud, queen, w. of King Stephen, 71–2, 81

Maud, w. of Ralph s. of Ralph, 256

Maunder, John, rector of Toft, 133

May:
-, Jas., 302
-, P. B. H., 296

maypoles, 148, 215, 242

maze, 176–7

Mead (Meade):
-, Chris., 93
-, Fuller, 255

Meaker, Wm., 30

Mean, John, 86

Meikle, And., 269

Melbourn, 30, 252–3
-, nonconf., 260–2
-, R. D., 155, 259
-, vicar, see Ellis, Thos. Robins
-, vicarage, 260
-, village coll., 159, 262

Meldreth, 246
-, man., 256

Melford:
-, Roger of, 228
-, Wm. of, 229

Mepal, 302–3

Meppershall:
-, Joan, m. John Butler (fl. 1428), 18, 130, 267
-, John, 18, 130, 267

merchet, 10, 21

Mercia, earls of, 1; and see Alfgar

Merk:
-, Cecily, m. Humph. Hastang, 177
-, John (d. c. 1213), 177
-, John (d. 1304), 177, 184–5
-, Mary, w. of John (d. 1304), m. 2 Steph. Hovel, 177
-, Wal., 177
-, Wm. (d. 1217), 177
-, Wm. (d. 1254), 177

Merry, fam., 246

Merton:
-, John, rector of Toft, 134
-, Wal. of, bp. of Rochester, 71, 81

Merton College, Oxf., 69, 71–2, 76–83, 86–7, 133, 202–8
-, fellows of, 83–4, 133
-, wardens of, 208; and see Tindall, Thos.

Merton Priory (Surr.), 75, 171–2

messors, 152, 171, 185

Metcalf, Thos., rector of Toft, 134

Methodists, 15–16, 35, 58–9, 68, 85–6, 127, 135, 173, 186–8, 196, 226, 238, 248, 250

Methwold (Norf.), 294

Metringham:
-, Isabel, see Chastelyn
-, John, 165

Meyer, Phil., 249

Michaelhouse, Camb., 148–50, 154–6, 203, 219, 232, 247
-, fellows of, 156
-, and see Trinity Coll.

Michell:
-, Chas., 235
-, John (d. 1766), 235
-, John (d. 1896), 235
-, and see Mitchell

Middlesex:
-, sports, 295
-, and see Bromley-by-Bow; Clerkenwell; Edmonton; Hackney

Middleton:
-, Ant., rector of Wimpole, 270
-, John, see FitzJohn
-, Wm., rector of Hardwick, 103

Midlothian, 269

Mildenhall (Suff.), 302

Mile:
-, Gilb., 5, 10
-, Rob. (fl. 1235), 8
-, Rob. (fl. 1279), 8–10
-, Simon, 8

Mill:
-, Ric. at, 149
-, Thos. at, 149, 154–5
-, and see Atmill

miller:
-, Alex, the, see Alexander
-, Laur. the, see Laurence
-, Rob. the, see Robert

Miller:
-, Edw., 273
-, Farrow, 245
-, Jane, m. Humph. Course, 246
-, Jos., 246
-, Sanderson, architect, 265
-, fam., 246

Millicent, John, 106

Mills:
-, Ric. (fl. 1666), 19
-, Ric. (fl. 1680), 19

mills, water-and wind-, see Arrington; Barrington; Barton; Bourn; Caldecote; Comberton; Croxton; Eltisley; Eversden; Gamlingay; Gransden, Little; Grantchester; Hardwick; Harlton; Haslingfield; Hatley St. George; Kingston; Longstowe; Orwell; Shepreth; Toft; Wimpole
-, steam-, 55

Milner:
-, Eliz. Mary, w. of Geo. (d. 1825), 182, 184
-, Geo. (d. 1795), 182, 184
-, Geo. (d. 1825), 182
-, Sarah, see Dry
-, fam., 182

Milton (Cambs.), 218

Milward, Thos., 39

Minderville, Alice de, see St. Andrew

Mitcham (Surr.), 48

Mitchell:
-, David, 50
-, F., 296
-, Gerard, 50
-, Joan, w. of Ric., m. 2—Stowe, 50
-, John (d. by 1573), and his w. Eliz., 50
-, John (fl. 1633), 50
-, Ric., 50
-, fam., 53
-, and see Michell

Moggerhanger (Beds.), 250–1

Moleyns:
-, Margery de, see Bacon
-, Wm. de, 7

molmen, 168

Monk:
-, C. J., 220
-, Jane, w. of J. H. (d. 1856), 220
-, J. H., bp. of Gloucester and Bristol (d. 1856), 220
-, J. H. (d. c. 1941), 220
-, fam., 221

Monmouth, Ric., 201

Monmouth, duke of, see Scott, Jas.

Montagu, Edw., earl of Manchester, 134

Monteny:
-, Amabel de, see Somery
-, Arnold de (d. 1252), 230
-, Arnold de (d. after 1321), 230
-, Rob. de, 230

Montfort, Simon de, earl of Leicester, 162, 202

Montgomery, Roger de, earl of Shrewsbury, 113, 141–2, 144, 242, 247, 268

Monthermer, Ralph de, earl of Gloucester, 144
-, his w., see Joan

Montivilliers (Seine Maritime, France), abbey, 142

Monts:
-, Ebles des, 229
-, Joan des, see Somery

Mordaunt:
-, Eliz., see Vere
-, Sir John (d. 1504), 178
-, John, Ld. Mordaunt (d. 1562), 178
-, John, Ld. Mordaunt (d. 1571), 178
-, Lewis, Ld. Mordaunt, 178

Morden, Guilden, 131

Mordon, Nic. de, 29

Morell, John, 142

Morice, Sir John, 73

Morley, John, 104

Mortain, counts of, see John, king of England; Robert; William

Mortimer:
-, Agnes, w. of Constantine (d. 1355), m. 2 Sir Thos. Gissing, 113, 117
-, Cecily, m. Sir John Harling, 113
-, Constantine (d. 1355), 61, 113
-, Constantine (d. c. 1359), 19, 61, 112–13, 117
-, Margery, m. Sir John FitzRalph, 113
-, Margery, w. of Sir Rob. (d. 1387), 113
-, Rob. (d. 1265), 113
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1387), 113, 117–18
-, Roger, earl of March, 201
-, Sibyl, 113
-, Wm., 19, 21, 61, 113–17, 267
-, fam., of Attleborough, 267
-, fam., of Wigmore, 162, 200, 208

Mortlock:
-, Eliz., see Harrison
-, John (fl. 1800), 129, 131
-, John (fl. 1859), 30

Morton, Hen., 119

Motham:
-, Isaac, 182
-, John, 182
-, Thos., 182–3

Moulsdale, J. R. B., 292

Mounford, Rob., 50

Mount, Hen. le, and his w., 230

Mowbray:
-, John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1472), 48, 72
-, John (fl. 1749), 260
-, Niel de, 48
-, Roger de (fl. 1160), 48
-, Roger de (d. 1266), 48
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk, 72
-, fam., earls of Nottingham, 48, 52

Moyne:
-, Isabel le, see Fercles
-, John le, 202
-, Wm. le, 267

Mucegros:
-, Agatha de, m. — Ratingdon, 142
-, Alice de, w. of Ric. de (fl. 1228), see Dive
-, Alice de, m. Ralph de Dive (fl. 1279), 142
-, Asceline de, see Dive
-, Beatrice de, wid. of Rob. de (d. after 1262), 142
-, John de, 142
-, Ric. de (fl. 1228), 106–7, 114, 141–2
-, Ric. de (another), 142 n
-, Rob. de (d. 1254), 142 n
-, Rob. de (d. after 1262), 142
-, Simon de, 114, 141–2

Mucenbote, Nic., 177

Muchet, Wm., 249

Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory, 144, 216, 221, 228

Mulshoe, Hen., 243

Munchensy:
-, Denise de, w. of Warin de, see Anstey
-, Denise de, m. Hugh de Vere, 7
-, Hubert de, 230
-, Joan de, 7
-, John de, 230
-, Warin de, 7
-, Wm. de (d. 1287), 7
-, Wm. de (d. 1302), 230, 232

Munfitchet:
-, Gilb. de, 148
-, Marg. de, see Clare
-, Margery de, m. Hugh de Bolbec (d. c. 1240), 148
-, Ric. de (d. 1204), 148
-, Ric. de (d. 1267), 148, 151
-, Wm. de, 148
-, fam., 151, 155
-, barony of, 148, 244

murdrum, 95

Murfitt, Mat., 145 n

Muriell, Thos., 182

Murray, John, 126

Musgrave:
-, Edw., 91
-, Jas., rector of Little Gransden, 91, 97, 99

Musters:
-, Basile de, m. Gerbert de Plaiz, 49
-, Hen. de, and his w. Alice, 50
-, John de (fl. 1251), 49
-, Sir John de (fl. 14th cent.), 50
-, Lisiard de, 49, 52, 56
-, Lisois de, 70, 89
-, Maud, w. of Rob. de (d. by 1330), m. 2 Phil. of Stowe, 50, 122
-, Rob. de (d. by 1189), 49
-, Rob. de (d. by 1250), 49
-, Rob. de (d. c. 1300), 49–50, 52
-, Rob. de (d. by 1330), 50
-, Rob. de, rector of Lolworth (fl. 1334), 50
-, Rob. de (? another, fl. 1327, 1349), 50, 110
-, Wm. de, 50

Mylor (Cornw.), Trefusis in, 107

Mynors, Gilb. de, 162

N.

Nash:
-, Fred. John, 254
-, Sarah, see Woodham
-, (later Nash-Woodham), Wm., 254, 258–9, 262–3

Nash-Woodham:
-, John, 260
-, Wm., see Nash
-, Wm. Fuller, 254–5, 262
-, Miss (d. 1918), 262
-, fam., 255, 259, 262

National Hunt Committee, 286

National Skating Assoc., 302–3

National Society, 35, 68, 86, 98, 135, 159, 174, 188, 197, 226, 238

National Stud, 286

National Trust, 301

Naunton, Sir Rob., 150

Neale, F., 281

Needingworth (Hunts.), 51

Nelson, John, 279

Nene, river, 282, 297

Nene and Welland Fishery Board, 298

Nene River Board, 298

Neville:
-, Albert de, 129, 133
-, Cecily, dchss. of York, 17, 130, 141, 217
-, Sir Edw., 182
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Edw., 182
-, Hen. de, 129
-, Hugh de, 72
-, John de, 72
-, Maud, w. of Rob. de, m. 2 Hamon le Enveise, 129
-, Maurice, 208
-, Ralph, bp. of Chichester, chancellor, 242
-, Rob. de, 129
-, Thos., 204
-, fam., of Essex, 72

New College, Oxf., 223

New Hall, Camb., 290

Newcastle, duke of, see Holles, John

Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Northumb.), 32

Newcombe, —, bell-founder, 58

Newcome, Dr., 223

Newling, fam., 153

Newman:
-, Chas., bell-founder, 249
-, Edw., 19
-, John (fl. 1521), 188
-, John (fl. 1553), 29
-, T., bell-founder, 119

Newmarket (Suff.), 279–87, 297 inns, 282
-, Newmarket Heath, 278, 279, 279
-, palace, 279, 281
-, racing at, 278, 279–86
-, courses, 279, 280–3, 285–6
-, meetings, 282–6
-, stands, 280–1, 283, 285–6
-, Tattersall's, 286
-, training at, 281, 284, 287
-, other sports, 292, 294, 300–1

Newmarket and Thurlow hunt, 297

Newmarket Estates and Property Co., 286

Newmarket Race Club, 286

Newnham, John, 202

Newnham, 192, 205
-, mill, 205
-, sch., 213

Newnham College, Camb., sports, 290

Newnham Croft, see Grantchester

Newport, Wm., 142

Newsells, see Barkway

Newton:
-, Chas., 297
-, Dr. Fogge, rector of Kingston, provost of King's Coll., 118–19
-, Geo., 38, 45
-, Geo. D. C., Ld. Eltisley, 38, 41, 43, 51
-, Geo. Onslow, 38
-, Myra, m. Sir G. W. G. Fox, 38
-, Sam., 38, 45–6, 49, 52–4, 56
-, fam., 41–2, 53

Newton, hamlet, see Gamlingay

Newton Longville Priory (Bucks.), 223

Nicholas, ld. of Anstey, 7, 9

Nicholls, C. T., 298

Niel, bp. of Ely, 48, 52, 89

Nightingale:
-, Edw., 15
-, Eliz., see Ingrey
-, Thos., 10

Nixon, Louisa, 68

Noel, see Byron

nonconformity, see Baptists; Congregationalists; Independents; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Salvation Army; Unitarians

Nordelph (Norf.), 302–3

Norfolk, dukes of, see Howard, John and Thos.; Mowbray, John and Thos.

Norfolk, 180, 211
-, rebellion in, 1549, 22
-, sports, 292, 294, 301–2
-, and see Attleborough; Bayfield; Denver; Diss; Hethersett; Lynn, King's; Methwold; Nordelph; Welney; Wymondham

Norgate, Rob., rector of Little Gransden, master of Corpus Christi Coll., 97

Norman:
-, F., 303
-, Rob., 83

Normanton (Lincs.), 230

Norris:
-, Chas., 145 n
-, Fred., rector of Little Gransden, 97, 99
-, Julia, 99
-, Toby, bell-founder, 44, 111, 248

North:
-, Wm., 143
-, fam., 143

Northampton:
-, ctss. of, see Bohun, Eliz. de
-, earl of, see Bohun, Wm. de

Northamptonshire, 149; and see Ashby, Canons; Billing, Little; Fineshade; Grafton; Greatworth; Haddon, East; Raunds; Rockingham; Warden, Chipping

Northumberland, duke of, see Dudley, John

Northumberland, see Newcastle-uponTyne

Northwich:
-, Eleanor, see Francis
-, Sir John, 217, 266

Northwold, Hugh of, bp. of Ely, 92, 95

Norton:
-, Abrahe, see Wimbish
-, Francis, 255

Norton (Lincs.), 255

Norwich (Norf.):
-, bp. of, see Leng, John
-, coll. of St. Mary-in-the-Fields, 28
-, sch., 43

Nottingham, earls of, see Mowbray, fam.

Nottingham:
-, cast., 201
-, sports, 294

Nottinghamshire:
-, sports, 295
-, and see Grove; Kingston-on-Soar; Nottingham; Ratcliffe-on-Soar

nun, Lettice the, see Lettice

Nutter, fam., 208

O.

Oakley, Ric., vicar of Comberton, rector of Harlton, 186, 225

obits, 34, 50, 57, 76, 83, 156, 188

Ockleston, Capt. W. H., 6

Oddy, Jos., 249–50

Odell (Beds.), 122

Odo, bp. of Bayeux, 48, 164, 182

officers (less common), see aletasters; beadles; field-reeves; haywards; headboroughs; messors; parish clerks; pinders; woodwards

Ogrum, fam., 101

Okes, John, 89

Okey, Thos., rector of Longstowe, 123, 125

Old North Road, see Ermine Street

Old North Road rly. sta., 5, 121

Oley, Barnabas, vicar of Great Gransden, 91

Oliver, Ralph, rector of Malton, 249

orchards and fruit-farming, 46, 64, 102, 117, 147, 160, 189, 206, 222, 227, 246

Orford, earl of, see Walpole, Geo.

Oriel College, Oxf., fellow of, 236

Ormsby, South (Lincs.), 89

Ormeston:
-, Eliz., see FitzRalph
-, Roger, 113

Orwell:
-, Eborard of, 243, 245
-, Hen. of, 202
-, Hen., s. of Hen. of, 202
-, Rob. of, 243
-, Rose of, see Arrington
-, Wm. of, 247

Orwell, 137–8, 148, 214–15, 241–51, 263, 282
-, adv., 247
-, agric., 245–7
-, alms-ho., 247
-, bridges, 242
-, char., 251
-, ch., 146, 241, 247–9
-, cts., 247
-, curates, 248
-, dom. archit., 129, 241–2
-, drainage, 241
-, fair, 247
-, farms, 241–2, 245–6
-, fields, 245
-, glebe, 245–6, 248
-, hearth tax, 273–4, 276, 278
-, inc., 245, 248–50
-, ind., 246–7
-, inns, 242
-, Malton, 138, 191, 241–2, 247
-, agric., 245–6
-, ch., 249, 260
-, Malton Farm, 241–2, 244–6, 249
-, man., 244
-, rectors, 249
-, rectory, 249
-, man., 20, 242–4, 266
-, mkt., 247
-, maypole, 215, 242
-, nonconf., 158, 249–50
-, Orwell (Cambridge Road), 242, 247, 251
-, par. officers, 241, 247
-, poor-relief, 247
-, pop., 242
-, rectors, 245, 248, 250–1; and see Colbatch, John; Whaley, Thos.
-, rectory, 247–8, 270
-, ho., 248
-, roads, 241–2
-, schs., 146, 241, 248, 250–1, 271
-, tithes, 247–8, 270
-, town ho., 247
-, town land, 247
-, vicarage, 145, 225, 248
-, ho., 248
-, vicars, 248
-, village green, 241
-, Wetherley, 138

Osgar (fl. 989), 106

Osgodby:
-, Cath., w. of Mat., m. 2 Thos. Thodham, 230
-, Mat., 230
-, Rob., 230

Ouse, Great, river, 291, 297–9

Ouse, Little, river, 291

Ouse and Cam Fishery Board, 298

Outwell, 302

Over:
-, John of, 18
-, Luke of, 18

Over, sports, 298

Oxenbridge, Thos., 244

Oxford, earls of, see Harley, Edw. and Rob.; Vere, John de

Oxford, 133, 280
-, St. Clement's par., alms-ho., 272
-, university of:
-, colleges of, see Balliol; Christ Church; Merton; New College; Oriel
-, sports and sports clubs, 290–3, 295–6

Oxfordshire, see Burford; Chinnor; Henley-on-Thames

P.

Page:
-, Hen., 169
-, Jonathan, 135–6
-, Thos., 204, 207
-, fam., 169–70, 204

Paget:
-, Anne, w. of Wm., Ld. Paget (d. 1563), 163
-, Wm., Ld. Paget (d. 1563), 163
-, Wm., Ld. Paget (d. 1628), 163

Paine (Pain, Payne):
-, David, 79
-, Jas., 77
-, John Ulysses, 85
-, Jonah, 259
-, S. W., 179

Palmer:
-, Aleph, 246
-, Geo., 246
-, H. A., 303
-, Rob., vicar of Eltisley, 57–8
-, Thos., 115
-, Wm., 246

Pampisford, 255

Pandionia (Pandwyna), St., 56–7

Panton, Thos., 281

paper-mill, 259

Papley, see Eltisley

Papworth Everard, 46–7, 50–1, 56–7
-, Papworth Hall, 29, 50–1

Papworth St. Agnes, 89

Parcel, Mr., 246

parish clerks, 23, 46, 80, 133, 157, 186, 210, 212, 214, 226

parish halls, see village and parish halls

Parker:
-, Geo., earl of Macclesfield (d. 1764), 73
-, Geo., earl of Macclesfield (d. 1846), 73
-, John, 29
-, J. P. N., 297
-, Mary, see Lane
-, Mat., abp. of Canterbury, 209–10

Parkinson, Thos., rector of Wimpole, 270

Parliamentary Grant Fund, 56, 145

Parneby, Thos., rector of Longstowe, vicar of Cherry Hinton, 126

Parnely, Thos., 12

Parry, John, 260

Passelewe, Rob., rector of Barrington, 156

Patay (Loiret, France), battle of, 236

Pate, John, 127

Pateshull:
-, Joan, w. of Sir Wal., m. 2 Sir Wm. Baud, 3 John Lee, 202
-, Thos., rector of Grantchester, 202, 210
-, Thos. (? another, d. by 1335), 180
-, Thos. (d. 1349), 202
-, Sir Wal., 202, 210

Patrington (Yorks. E.R.), 81

Patshall (Staffs.), 115

Pattenson:
-, John, 179
-, Thos., 178–9

Paunton, Isabel, 217–20, 223, 244

Paxton, Ralph of, 141

Peacock, John, 218

Peak, John, vicar of Great Eversden, 66

Pearce (Pearse):
-, Best, 107
-, Commissioner, 107
-, (later Pearce-Serocold), Edw. Serocold, 100–2
-, J., 246
-, Wm., 153, 156
-, Mr., 108
-, fam., 108, 154

Pearce-Serocold, see Pearce, Edw. Serocold

Pearse, see Pearce

Pearson:
-, Cuthbert, rector of Kingston, 86, 119
-, D., 303

Peasants' Revolt, disturbances during, 60–1, 92, 203, 266

Peaseley, John, 50

Peast:
-, Nathan, 22
-, fam., 22

Pecche:
-, Alice, see Peverel
-, Geof., 6
-, Gilb. (d. 1212), 7
-, Gilb. (d. 1291), 6–7, 9–10, 12, 61, 113, 130, 219
-, Hamon (d. by 1185), 6–7, 9, 61, 113, 229, 267
-, Hamon (d. 1241), 7–8, 61, 130
-, Joan, wid. of Gilb. (d. 1291), 7, 61, 113, 130
-, Maud, m. Baldwin of Rochester, 229
-, fam., 8, 10, 113, 180, 219, 267

Pecham, see Peckham

Pecke (Peck):
-, John (fl. 1556), 204
-, John (fl. c. 1600 ? more than one of this name), 22, 101, 127
-, Rob., 18, 20, 22
-, Rob. (? the same), 123
-, Thos., 18, 20, 22
-, Wm. (fl. 1510), 22
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1600), 22

Peckham (Pecham), John, abp. of Canterbury, 57

Pedefoot, Hugh, 255

Pedley, fam., 73

Pell, Albert, 293

Pellam:
-, Agnes, m. 1 Wm. of Widiford, 2
-, Ellis of Haswell, 231
-, Ric. (fl. before 1200), 231
-, Ric. (fl. 1227), 231

Pemberton:
-, Ric., 101
-, Mrs., 297

Pemberton Barnes, W. H., 297

Pembridge:
-, Amy, m. — Burley, 243
-, Hen., 243
-, Sir Ric., 243

Pembroke, earls of, see Marshall, Wal.; Valence, Aymer de

Pembroke College, Camb., 51–5, 100, 104, 167, 170, 200, 234
-, fellows of, 57, 110, 172
-, sports, 290

Pensthorpe (Yorks. E.R.), 81

Pentelow (Pentlow):
-, J. W., 12, 30
-, Wm., rector of Harlton, 225
-, fam., 41

Percy, Thos., rector of Malton, 249

Perkins:
-, John, vicar of Thriplow, 235
-, Timothy, vicar of Haslingfield, 235–7

Perrers:
-, Adam de, 219
-, Edm., 60, 162
-, Joan, w. of Edm., 60–1
-, Joan, w. of Ric. (fl. 1316),? née Hoo, 60
-, Ric. (fl. 1316), 60
-, Ric. (d. 1335), 60
-, Roger de, 219

Perry, Thos., rector of Little Gransden, 97

Persone, Rob., 83

Peter son of Ailbrith, 220

Peter son of Gerard, 129

Peter, Roger s. of, see Roger

Peter:
-, Branson, 98
-, fam., 93
-, and see Petre

Peterborough, bps. of, 171; and see Dove, Thos.

Peterhouse, Camb., 244
-, fellows of, 84, 97, 172, 236
-, masters of, see Barnard Castle, Thos. of; Hornby, Hen.

Peters, fam., 246

Petre:
-, Anne, see Tyrell
-, Edw., 256
-, Eliz., w. of John (fl. 1670), 256
-, Eliz., m. Roger Dickinson, 256
-, Geo., 256
-, John, Ld. Petre (d. 1613), 256
-, John (fl. 1670), 256
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1572), 256
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1637), 256, 258
-, and see Peter

Pettistree (Suff.), rector of, see John

Peverel:
-, Alice, m. Hamon Pecche (d. by 1185), 6–7, 229, 267
-, Asceline, m. 1 Geof. de Waterville, 2 Saher de Quincy (d. 1190), 6, 19, 114, 141, 180, 242
-, Maud, m. Hugh of Dover, 6–7, 130, 180, 267
-, Pain, of Dover, 6, 9, 13, 114, 121, 180, 219, 224, 242, 267
-, Rob., 6 n
-, Rose, m. Rollo de Harcourt, 6, 10
-, Wm., of Dover, 6–7, 9, 19, 114, 130, 180, 229
-, fam., of Dover, 219

Peverel of Dover or Bourn, honor of, see Bourn, barony of

Peyntour, Rob. le, 123

Peyton:
-, Sir Edw., 300
-, John, 18
-, Sir Rob., 18

Pharamus (d. 1183), 190

Philip II, king of France, 162

Philip, Mabel dau. of, see Mabel

Phillips, John (fl. c. 1840,? more than one of this name), 68, 259

Pickford:
-, Geof. of, 266
-, John of, 266

Picot, sheriff of Cambs., 1 n, 5–6, 8–10, 13, 19, 23, 61, 65, 106–9, 113–14, 117–18, 121, 130–1, 133, 148, 179, 185, 200, 219, 224, 229, 235, 244, 247, 267–9

Picot, Rob., s. of, see Robert

Picot:
-, Eustace, 180
-, John (d. Apr. 1294), 230
-, John (d. July 1294), 230
-, Lauretta, m. Hugh Burdeleys (d. by 1181), 180
-, Martina, 74
-, Mic., 180
-, Muriel, see Somery
-, Peter (d. 1286), 230
-, Peter (d. 1313), 230
-, Thos., 230

pig-breeding, 69, 253, 269

pigeon-houses, see dovecots

Pilkington, Thos., vicar of Shepreth, 260

pillory, 79, 185

Pindar, Thos., 90

pinders, 80, 117

Pitt, Wm., the younger, statesman, 283

plague-house, 65

Plaiz:
-, Basile de, see Musters
-, Gerbert de, 49

Planer, Wm., 8, 14

Platts, Wm., 197

Plowman, G. S., 79

Podington, John, rector of Kingston, 118

Pole:
-, Alice de la, see Chaucer
-, Edm. de la, earl of Suffolk, 7
-, Sir Edw. de la, 72
-, Sir Wm. atte, 5, 9
-, Wm. de la, duke of Suffolk, 7

Poole (Dors.), 182

Porter:
-, Agnes, see Staundon
-, Sir Wm., 265, 270

Portland, duke of, see Bentinck

Potton:
-, John, 72
-, John of, see King, John
-, Wm., rector of Harlton, 217–18

Potton (Beds.), 69, 74–6, 91, 95, 106, 108
-, mkt., 79
-, roads to, 27, 36, 47, 52, 140

Pouncy:
-, Thos. (fl. 1450), 181
-, Thos. (d. 1481, ? another), 181 n

Powell:
-, E. A., rector of Toft, vicar of Caldecote, 25, 132, 134–5
-, Jas. Ric., 46, 59

Power:
-, John, 89, 94
-, Wm., 89

Prat (Pratt):
-, John (fl. 1316), 123
-, John, s. of John (fl. 14th cent.), 123
-, John (fl. c. 1780), 281
-, fam., 219

prehistoric remains, 228, 252

Presbyterians, 35, 43, 45, 58, 67, 85, 104, 158, 249, 271

Prescott, John, 159

Preston, John, rector of Toft, vicar of Caldecote, 25, 135

Preston (Suff.), 224

Price:
-, John, vicar of Barrington, 157
-, Thos. (fl. 1713), 270
-, Thos. (fl. 1839), 125

Prickwillow, see Ely

priest, Frebert the, see Frebert

Prilly:
-, Alice, see Kirkby
-, Hugh (d. 1322), 243, 247
-, Hugh (d. 1350), 243
-, Marg., w. of Hugh (d. 1322), 243, 247
-, Peter (d. 1322), 243, 247
-, Peter (d. 1349), 243
-, Wm., 243

Prime:
-, Edw., 153, 245–6
-, Wm., 246
-, fam., 153–4

Prince, Ric., 284

Prior:
-, Mat., poet, 264
-, fam., 153

Prisot:
-, John (d. 1392), 232
-, John (d. c. 1427), 232
-, John, chief justice (d. 1461), 232
-, Marg., w. of John (d. 1461), 232
-, fam., 232

Puckeridge hunt, 296

Pugeys:
-, Alice, w. of Thos., 142, 144
-, Alice, m. Wm. Langley, 142
-, Imbert, 142
-, Rob., 142, 144
-, Thos., 142, 144

Pulleyn, John, 270

Purcas, Nat., 39

Pye of Cambridge Ltd., 102

Pym:
-, Eliz., see Kingsley
-, Francis, 52
-, Wm., 39, 51
-, Revd. Woolaston, rector of Radwell (Herts.), 39, 41, 52
-, fam., 53

Pyott, Wm., 223

Q.

Quainton (Bucks.), horse-races, 281

Quakers, 15, 86, 119, 173, 212

Quarles:
-, Wm., 6
-, Mr., 236

Quarrel:
-, Ives (fl. 1197), 39
-, Ives (fl. 1236, ? another), 39

quarries and quarrying, 55, 64, 139, 147, 154, 215, 227, 234, 246; and see coprolites

Queen Anne's Bounty, benefactions from, 14, 56, 65, 145, 156

Queens' College, Camb., 61, 63–6, 68, 115–16, 192–3, 200, 219, 231–3
-, chap., 67
-, fellows of, 66, 172
-, sports, 290

Quenton:
-, Beatrice, see Hastang
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Wm., 177
-, Joan, w. of Sir Wm., 177
-, Sir Wm., 177

Quincy:
-, Hawise de, see Hawise
-, Helen de, m. Sir Alan la Zouche, 141
-, Marg. de, m. 1 John de Lacy, 2 Wal. Marshal, earl of Pembroke, 201
-, Marg. de, m. Wm. Ferrers, earl of Derby, 201
-, Rob. de (d. c. 1197), 201
-, Rob. de (d. 1217), 201
-, Rob. de, alleged son of Rob. de (d. c. 1197), 201 n
-, Roger de, earl of Winchester, 19–20, 38–9, 106, 114, 141, 201
-, Saher de (d. 1190), 19, 114, 141, 242
-, Saher de, earl of Winchester (d. 1219), 37, 201
-, fam., 242

Quintin (St. Quintin):
-, John Whitby, 90, 107
-, Thos. (d. 1806), 90, 105, 107
-, Thos. (d. 1852), 90, 94–5, 105, 107, 109
-, Thos. (fl. 1868), 107

R.

Radcliffe (Radcliff):
-, Edw., 150
-, Jeremiah, 248–9
-, Marg., see Lynn
-, Rob., 267
-, Roger, rector of Eltisley, 57

radio telescopes, 144, 216

Radnor, earls of, see Robartes, Chas. Bodville and John

Radwell, Niel of, 28
-, his w., see Amphelise

Radwell (Herts.), 71
-, rector of, see Pym, Woolaston

Ragon:
-, Agnes, m. Thos. Wild, 5
-, Sir John (d. 1377), 5
-, John (fl. 1428), 5
-, Reynold, 5

railway stations, see Barton; Bourn; Gamlingay; Lord's Bridge; Old North Road; Shepreth

Ralph son of Fulk, 256

Ralph son of Ralph, 256–7
-, his w., see Maud
-, and see FitzRalph

Rampton, 180

Ramsey, John, vicar of Caxton, 33

Ramsey (Hunts.), 302
-, abbey, 5, 10, 121, 123, 125, 128–9, 131
-, abbots of, see Bernard; Reinald

Rance, H., mayor of Cambridge, 303

Ranulf, earl of Chester (d. 1232), 201

Ranulf brother of Ilger (fl. 1086), 1, 74–5

Ratcliffe-on-Soar (Notts.), 230

Ratford:
-, Clement (d. 1599), 39
-, Clement (d. 1635), 39
-, Clement, s. of Clement (d. 1635), 39
-, Clement (fl. 1670), 39
-, John, 39
-, Rob. (fl. 1525), 39
-, Rob. (d. 1616), 39
-, Wm. (fl. 1434), 39
-, Wm. (fl. 1525), 39
-, Wm. (? the same, d. c. 1557), 39
-, Wm. (d. 1588), 39
-, Wm. (fl. 1596), 39
-, Wm. (fl. 1622), 39
-, fam., 40

Ratingdon:
-, Agatha, see Mucegros
-, John, 142

Raunds (Northants.), 303

Ravelingham, John of, 123–4

Raven, J., 254

Raverat, Gwendolen, 224

Raynes:
-, E. G., 179
-, Mary F., 179
-, W. L., 179

Reading (Berks.), 25

reading rooms, see libraries, parochial

recreation grounds, 161, 176, 228, 239

rectories:
-, appropriation of, 13, 24, 29, 33, 56, 62, 65, 81, 144–5, 150, 156, 171, 185, 209, 249, 260
-, divided into two medieties, 81–2
-, sinecure, 82–4, 247–8

recusants, see Roman Catholics

Red, Bernard de, 9

Rede, John de, and his w. Joan, 220

Redman, Lt. -Col. J. A., 297

Rees, see Roos, Wm.

Reeve, Thos., 9

Reimbercourt:
-, Guy de, 60–1, 162, 191, 266
-, Margery de, m. Rob. Foliot (fl. 1166), 60
-, Ric. de, 191

Reinald, abbot of Ramsey, 121, 125

Remigius, bp. of Lincoln, 13, 185

Remphrey son of Roger, called de Bruera, 71, 74–5, 106

Remphrey, Roger s. of, see Roger

Renhold (Beds.), 76

Repton:
-, Humph., architect, 265
-, J. A., architect, 6

return of writs, 95, 102

Reynaud:
-, John, 203
-, Thos., of Audley, see Audley

Reynolds:
-, Clement, 9
-, John, 193
-, Jos., 9
-, Wm., 194
-, fam., 170, 193

Rhee, see Cam

Rhee Valley Cement Co., 259

Rhodes, Cecil, 301

Richard I, 81, 216

Richard II, 18, 130, 166, 177, 223, 248

Richard III, 17, 163, 230

Richard, chaplain, of Gamlingay, 83

Richard, Hereward s. of, see Hereward

Richard, Wm., 24

Richardson:
-, Eliz., see Day
-, Phil., 255
-, Wm., 19–22

Richmond:
-, earls of, see Alan the Black; Alan the Red; Tudor, Edm.
-, (or Brittany), honor of, 5, 7–8, 17–18, 23, 60, 62, 106–7, 129, 131, 142, 162, 202, 216, 228, 244, 256–7, 265, 269
-, cts. of, 12, 20, 23, 62, 64, 133, 138, 269

Richmond (Yorks. N.R.), cast., 268

Rickett, Mr., 104

Ridel, Geof., bp. of Ely, 171

Rideout, J. D., vicar of Bourn, 15

Ridgewick, Thos., and his w. Mary, 5

Ridgill, Ernest, 90, 107

Riggall, Mrs. R. H. D., 297

Riggesby:
-, John, 110
-, Ralph, 8
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1300), 8
-, Thos. (fl. 1390–1), 8

Ripley (unspecified), 271

Ripton, King's (Hunts.), 89

Risby:
-, S. S., rector of Coton, 195
-, fam., 41

Rivenhall (Essex), rector of, see Rochester, Peter of

Rivers, John de la, 162

Rivers, Earl, see Wydville, Ant.

roads:
-, Roman, 59, 138, 160, 199, 216, 241, 263; and see Akeman Street; Ermine Street
-, turnpike, 4–5, 26, 47, 69–70, 140, 160, 176, 199, 216, 242, 252–3, 257, 264

Robartes:
-, Chas. Bodville, earl of Radnor, 243, 265
-, Eliz., see Cutler
-, John, earl of Radnor, 43

Robert, count of Mortain, 161, 164, 202

Robert son of Geoffrey, 129

Robert son of Guy, 181, 185

Robert, son of Picot the sheriff, 6, 219

Robert the bald (calvus) (fl. 1086), 113, 138 n, 268

Robert the miller, 64

Robert (fl. 1086), 60

Robert, Arnold s. of, see Arnold

Roberts, Jas., 79

Robins, Wm., 30

Robinson:
-, Edw., vicar of Comberton, 186
-, John, rector of Little Gransden, 97
-, John, vicar of Grantchester, 210
-, Rob., 212, 238
-, Wm., rector of Gamlingay, 83

Robson:
-, Anne, w. of Jas., 166
-, Anne, dau. of Jas., 166, 213, 219
-, Cath., 166
-, Jas., 166
-, Mary, 166

Rochester:
-, Alice of, m. Rob. Scales (d. 1250), 229
-, Baldwin of, 229
-, Hen. of, 229
-, Maud of, see Pecche
-, Peter of, rector of Rivenhall, 229
-, Ralph of, 229
-, Wm. of, 229

Rochester, bp. of, see Merton, Wal. of

Rockingham (Northants.), cast., 162

Roderick, Mrs. H. M., 220

Roding, White (Essex), 177

Roger, vicar of Bourn, 14

Roger son of Peter, 49, 55

Roger son of Remphrey, 71, 81

Roger (fl. 1086), 107

Roger, John s. of, see John

Roger, Remphrey s. of, see Remphrey

Roger, fam., 21

Rogers, Paschasius, 23 n

Rolf (Rolfe):
-, John, 168
-, Thos., 156

Roman Catholics, 107, 110–1, 172, 204, 218

Roman remains, 176, 198, 152, 263

Romayn, Simon, rector of Little Gransden, 96

Romney, Wm., 108

Ronall, Wm., 245

Rond, Hen., 191

Roode, Edw., rector and vicar of Gamlingay, 82, 84

Roos (Ros):
-, Agnes, see Freville
-, Everard de, 7
-, Rob. de (d. 1226), 7
-, Rob. de (d. 1285), 7–8, 12
-, Wm. de (d. 1264), 7
-, Wm. (d. 1410), 28
-, (or Rees), Wm. (d. 1410), 28

Roos, Lds., 7; and see Manners, John

Rose:
-, John, 145 n
-, Ric. (fl. 1738), and his w., 129
-, Ric. (fl. 1772, ? another), 129

Rotherham, Thos., abp. of York, 72

Rotherhithe (Surr.), 51

Rotse, Sir John, 219

Roun, Thos., 232

roundsmen, 13, 143, 185

Rous:
-, Adm. Hen. John, 284–5
-, Hugh le, 81
-, Phil. le, 62
-, Ric. le, 62

Row (Rowe):
-, Thos., 98
-, Dr., rector of Orwell, 248

rowing, 287–91, 288
-, bumping races, 287–90
-, fours, 288–9, 291
-, pairs, 288–90
-, sculls, 288–90
-, time-races, 288

Rowning, fam., 93

Roxton (Beds.), 28

royal demesne, 112–13, 177, 203, 228

Royston:
-, David, 115–16
-, Wm., 101

Royston (Herts.), 30, 68, 79, 154, 241, 251, 279, 297, 300–1
-, canons of, 74
-, ct. at, 74
-, poor-law union, 155, 259
-, racing, 287
-, roads to, 26, 105, 140, 252
-, rural sanitary district, 155, 259

Royston and Hitchin Railway Co., 253, 263

Royston Cement Co., 154, 259

Rufford, John, bell-founder, 25, 119

Rugby (Warws.), sch., 293

Rugby Portland Cement Co., 150, 154, 246

Rugeley:
-, Hen., 91
-, Susanna, 91, 94

Rumburgh Priory (Suff.), 235

Rumold (fl. 1086), 190

Rural Labourers' League, 234

Rushbrooke (Suff.), 28

Rushden (Herts.), 106

Rushton, Jas., rector of Longstowe, 125–6
-, his w., see Sharp —

Russell:
-, David, 72
-, Eliz., see Long
-, Francis, earl of Bedford, 122
-, J., 142
-, Joan, wid. of John, 76
-, John, 76
-, Rob., 76
-, Roger, 163
-, Wm., Ld. Russell of Thornhaugh, 142
-, fam., dukes of Bedford, 9, 142

Rutland, dukes and earls of, see Manners

Rydeman, Martha, see Ingrey

S.

Sackville:
-, Eliz., m. Geo. John West, Earl de la Warr, 16
-, Gilb. Geo., Earl de la Warr, 6
-, Sir Ric., 37–8, 42
-, Thos., Ld. Buckhurst, earl of Dorset, 38
-, Wm., and his w. Eleanor, 29

Sackville-West:
-, Chas. Ric., Earl de la Warr, 4
-, Geo. John, Earl de la Warr, see West
-, (later Sackville), Reginald Windsor, Earl de la Warr, 239–40

Sadleir, Sir Ralph, 229

St. Albans (Herts.), 28
-, abbey, 62, 64–5, 185

St. Andrew:
-, Alice, m. — de Amundeville or Minderville, 141
-, Edm., 180
-, John (d. 1360), 141–2, 180
-, John (d. 1368), 180
-, Lawr., 141
-, Maud of, see Dive
-, Ric., 180
-, Rob., 180
-, Roger, 141, 180
-, Saher of, 114, 141, 180
-, fam., 180

St. Aubyn, J. P., architect, 85, 97

St. Catharine's College, Camb., 153–4, 166–70, 190–5, 197, 200, 219
-, fellows of, 195
-, masters of, see Balderstone, Ric.

St. Clowe:
-, Amphelise, see Vavassour
-, Edm. (fl. c. 1415), 191, 244
-, Edm. (fl. c. 1450,? another), 191, 244
-, Eliz., w. of Geo., 61
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Horn, 244
-, Geo., 61, 191, 244
-, John, 191, 244
-, Nic., 191, 244
-, Phil., 191, 244–5
-, Ric., 191
-, Wm., 191

St. George:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Ric. (d. 1485), 116, 254
-, Anne, m. John Docwra, 254
-, Aubrey, sis. of Wm. (fl. 1182), 229
-, Baldwin (d. c. 1284), 8, 10, 107–9, 114–15, 117, 229, 267
-, Baldwin (d. 1383), 107
-, Sir Baldwin (d. 1425), 72, 81, 107, 110, 254–5
-, Francis, 8, 72, 106–7, 114, 254
-, Sir Hen., 106, 107 n
-, Joan, see Engaine
-, John (fl. c. 1235), 107
-, John, s. of Sir Baldwin (d. 1425), 72
-, John (d. by 1646), 77, 107, 109–10
-, John (d. 1652), 107
-, Marg., w. of Wm. (fl. c. 1300), 107
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1485), 72, 107, 254
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1635), 106
-, Ric. (fl. 1658), 107
-, Thos., 72, 82, 106 n, 107, 254
-, Wm. (fl. 1182), 107, 110, 114, 229
-, Wm. (fl. 1235), 107, 114
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1300), 107
-, Wm. (fl. 1346), 107–8, 110
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1472), 8, 72, 107–9, 254
-, Wm., s. of Sir Ric. (d. 1485), 254
-, fam., 105, 108–10, 114

St. Giles's Priory, Cambridge see Barnwell

St. Ives (Hunts.), 47, 52, 90, 105, 108, 244, 302
-, bell-founding, 44, 187
-, mkt. and fair, 79, 92

St. John of Jerusalem, Hospital of:
-, Knights of the, see Shingay
-, prior of the, 114

St. John's College, Camb., 4, 9–10, 13, 20, 43, 64, 123–5, 131–2, 182, 192–3, 203
-, fellows of, 97
-, masters of, see Tatham, Ralph
-, sports, 287–9, 291, 296

St. Lo, Margery, m. Thos. Lacy (d. 1506), 204

St. Neots (Hunts.), 26, 36, 46, 69, 86
-, bell-founders, 15, 44, 58, 119
-, mkt., 23, 92
-, priory, 6, 8–10, 12, 28–32, 42–3, 70, 74–6, 151, 194, 209
-, road from, to Cambridge, see Cambridge, road to, from St. Neots
-, rural deanery, 96

St. Pierre, Owen, 100

St. Pol, Mary de, m. Aymer de Valence, earl of Pembroke, 7, 56

St. Quintin, see Quintin

sake and soke, 89

Salisbury (Wilts.):
-, bp. of, see Earle, John
-, cathedral, canon of, 96
-, St. Nicholas's hosp., 57

Salter, Geo., 100

Salvation Army, 86, 250

Salvayn, Sir John, 149

Sampson:
-, Ralph, see Sanzaver
-, Simeon, 30

Sanders, Thos., vicar of Caldecote, 24–5; and see Saunders

Sanderson, Wm., rector of Croxton, 41

Sandon (? Essex or Herts.), 249

Sandy (Beds.), Hasell Hall, 51

Sandys, Edwin, 254

Sanzaver:
-, Eliz., w. of Ralph (d. by 1346), 37
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., m. 2 Sir Ralph
-, Spigurnel, 37
-, Hugh (d. after 1248), 37, 43
-, Hugh (d. 1284), 37, 39–40, 42
-, Isabel, see Vernon
-, Ralph (d. by 1217), 37, 39
-, (? or Sampson), Ralph (fl. 1236), 37, 42
-, Ralph (fl. 1271), 37
-, Ralph (d. 1314), 37
-, Ralph (d. by 1346), 37, 42
-, Thos., 37

Sap:
-, Alan del, 75
-, Gilb. de, 106
-, Rob. de. (fl. 1235), 106
-, Rob. (fl. 1322), 144
-, Wm. le, 220

Saunders, John, 39; and see Sanders

Savaric, rector of Barton, 171

Savaric (another), vicar of Barton, 171

Sawell, Alex., 72

Sawston, 20, 166, 204
-, sports, 292, 295

Sawtry Abbey (Hunts.), 9, 69, 73–5, 79, 82, 105–6, 108–9, 123

Say:
-, Francis, rector of Hatley St. George, 110
-, Francis Edw., rector of Hatley St. George, 110–11
-, Wm., rector of Hatley St. George, 110

Sayle, Rob., 12

Scalers:
-, Geof. de (d. 1267), 256
-, Geof. de (d. 1284), 123, 256
-, Gillian de, w. of Steph. de, 29
-, Hardwin de, 19–20, 27, 38, 60, 62, 113–14, 123, 243, 255–6, 258, 268
-, Hen. de (d. by 1183), 256
-, Hen. de (d. 1221), 256
-, Hugh de (fl. c. 1130), 255–6
-, Hugh de (d. by 1216), 256
-, John de (fl. 1279), 29, 38
-, John de (fl. 1346), 129, 256
-, Lucy de, m. Baldwin de Freville, 19, 27, 255
-, Ric. de (d. by 1140), 19, 27, 255
-, Ric. de (d. 1231), 27, 255
-, Steph. de, 19, 27, 29, 33–4, 38, 255–6
-, Thos. de (d. 1341), 110, 256
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1364), 243
-, Wm. de (d. 1199), 27, 255
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1222), 27, 255
-, barony of, 123
-, fam., 123, 256
-, and see Chalers

Scales:
-, Cath., see Ufford
-, Eliz., m. Sir Roger Felbrigge, 230
-, Eliz., m. Ant. Wydville, Earl Rivers, 230
-, Isabel, see Burnel
-, Marg., m. Rob. Howard, 230
-, Rob. (d. 1250), 229
-, Rob. (d. c. 1266), 229
-, Rob., Ld. Scales (d. 1305), 229–30, 237 n
-, Rob., Ld. Scales (d. 1369), 230, 236, 237 n
-, Roger, Ld. Scales, 231–2
-, Thos., Ld. Scales, 230, 236
-, Wm., 203
-, fam., 229–31, 237

Schar, Adam de, 162

Scheemakers, Peter, sculptor, 271

Sclater, Edw., rector and vicar of Gamlingay, 82

'scleyreth', 151

Scot (Scott):
-, Hen., 18
-, Jas., duke of Monmouth, 279
-, John, 279
-, Oliver, 135
-, R. W., 303

Scotland, great seal of, 48

Scottish Episcopal Church, 186

Scrivener, Mat., vicar of Haslingfield, 235–6

Scrope:
-, Hen., Ld. Scrope of Bolton (d. 1459), 270
-, Hen., Ld. Scrope of Bolton (d. 1533), 270
-, Hen., Ld. Scrope of Bolton (d. 1592), 270
-, John, Ld. Scrope of Bolton, 270
-, Sir Ric., 270

sculptors, see Banks, Thos.; Flaxman; Scheemakers; Westmacott

Scurfield, Geo., 254

Searle (Serle):
-, Hen., and his w. Alice, 56
-, fam., 232

Sedbergh (Yorks. W. R.), sch., 224

Sedgwick:
-, Jas., vicar of Caxton, 34
-, Thos., rector of Toft, 134

See:
-, Geo., 300, 303
-, W. ('Gutta-Percha'), 303

Sées (Orne, France), abbey of St. Martin, 144, 247

Sefrid (fl. 1086), 219, 229

Segrave:
-, Maud, m. Edm. de Bohun, 266
-, Nic., 266

Seissun, Esveillard de, 177

Selby, Chris., vicar of Grantchester, 211

Sell:
-, Simeon, 115–16
-, Simeon Leete, 115
-, Simeon Wortham, 115
-, Tempest, 115

Selwyn College, Camb., 125, 200

Seman, Geof., 38

Sengham:
-, Eustace, 202
-, Sir Hugh, 202
-, Hugh, rector of Grantchester, 210
-, Isabel, see Fercles
-, Joan, w. of Eustace, 202
-, Wm., 202, 208, 210
-, fam., 209

Senliz, John de, 29

Serjeant, Roger, 14

serjeanty, tenures by, 74, 122–3, 131, 149, 177, 181

Serle, see Searle

sewer:
-, Alan the, see Alan
-, Eudes the, see Eudes

Sewerby:
-, Eleanor, see Huntingfield
-, Sir John, 217
-, Sir Rob., 217
-, Sir Thos., 217

Sewerby (Yorks. E.R.), 217

Seymour:
-, Alice, see Charles
-, Chas., duke of Somerset, 281
-, Edm., 38
-, John, 38

Sharp:
-, A. A., rector of Longstowe, 125
-, John, 125
-, J. H., 125
-, J. P., rector of Longstowe, 125
-, —, m. Jas. Rushton, 125–6

Shaw:
-, Norman, architect, 6
-, Ralph, rector of Harlton, 224

Sheen Priory (Surr.), 75

sheep and sheep-farming, 11, 22–3, 31, 40–1, 53–4, 64, 76–8, 92, 101, 109, 116, 124, 128, 143, 167, 205–6, 221, 227, 233, 257–8, 269

sheepfold, rights of, 11, 23, 28, 31, 77, 108, 132, 153, 168, 184, 192, 206, 221, 233

Sheer, P., 303

Sheffield:
-, Edm., Ld. Sheffield (d. 1549), 73
-, Edm., Ld. Sheffield (d. 1646), 73
-, Ellen, see Delves
-, John, Ld. Sheffield, 73
-, Marg., wid. of Sir Rob. (d. 1531), m. 2 John Caundish, 73
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1518), 73, 76
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1531), 73–4

Sheffield (Yorks. W.R.), angling clubs, 298

Shelford, Great and Little, 27, 178, 202
-, rly. junction, 253
-, sports, 294

Shelley, Sir John, 294

Shenley (Bucks.), 165

Shepherd, Ant., vicar of Bourn, 14

Shepreth, 137–8, 150, 154, 191, 251–63
-, adv., 260
-, agric., 257–8
-, bridges, 253
-, char., 262–3
-, ch., 49, 259–61
-, cts., 259
-, curates, 249, 260
-, dom. archit., 252–5, 257
-, drainage, 252, 257
-, Dunsbridge, 252–3
-, farms, 254, 258
-, fields, 257
-, Frog End, 252
-, glebe, 260–1
-, hearth tax, 274, 276, 278
-, inc., 257–8
-, ind., 258–9
-, inns, 253, 262
-, L Moor, 263
-, man., 62, 244, 253–7
-, man.-ho., 129, 253–5, 257
-, military hosp., 253
-, mills, 257–9
-, Moor End, 252
-, moors, 252, 257
-, nonconf., 260–2
-, par. officers, 259, 263
-, poor-relief, 259
-, pop., 252
-, rly. sta., 154, 253, 259
-, rectory, 253, 258, 260
-, ho., 253
-, roads, 148, 252–3
-, schs., 262
-, tithes, 260
-, town ho., 259, 262
-, town land, 262–3
-, vicarage, 260
-, ho., 260
-, vicars, 260

Shepreth Motor Works, 259

Shepreth Mutual Provident Soc., 253

Shergold, Geo., 90

Shingay, preceptory of Knights Hospitallers, 9, 20–1, 74–5, 114, 123, 138, 142–4, 181, 202, 254, 259
-, preceptor of, 254

Shipanson, Miss, 255

Shipsea:
-, Eliz., see Disbrowe
-, Rob., 56

Shipton, Hen., 52

shooting, 5, 95, 301–2

Shortyng, Mat., vicar of Grantchester, 210–11

Shrewsbury, earls of, see Bellême; Montgomery

Shrewsbury (Salop.), sch., 291

Shropshire, see Bridgnorth; Knokyn; Shrewsbury

Shute, Ralph, 26

Shuttleworth, Col. Frank, 297

Sidney Sussex College, Camb., 291

Sigar (fl. 1066–86), 18, 229, 254

Simmonds, Eliz., 28, 125

Simon (fl. 1198), chamberlain to abp. Walter, 181

Simon the chamberlain (fl. 1235), 123

Simon son of Adam, see FitzSimon

Simon, Adam s. of, see FitzSimon

Simpson:
-, Sir John W., architect, 122
-, Jos., 122
-, Ric., 122

Sinderby (Yorks. N.R.), 49

Sitwell, Thos., vicar of Caldecote, 24 n, 25

Six Mile Bottom, see Wilbraham, Little

skating, speed, 282, 302–3

Skelman, Wm., 238–40

Skelton, John, rector of Hatley St. George, 110

Skiperick, Rob., 18 n

Skipwith:
-, Edw., 89
-, Gerard, rector of Eltisley, 51, 57
-, Ric., 89, 93

Slegge:
-, Edw. (fl. 1550), 179, 181, 186–7
-, Edw. (d. 1572), 179, 181, 185
-, Edw. (d. by 1578), 179
-, Edw. (d. 1611), 163, 204
-, Edw. (fl. 1618), 204
-, Edw., clerk (fl. 1636, ? another), 204
-, Eliz., m. John Flowerdew, 179
-, Marg., m. 1 Rob. Turner (fl. 1585), 2 John Baker (fl. c. 1630), 179
-, Mary, w. of Edw. (d. 1611), 204

Smart:
-, Geo. ('Fish'), 303
-, Jas., 300, 303
-, Wm. ('Turkey'), 303

smith, see Thomas, son of Wm. the smith

Smith:
-, C., 91
-, C. A., 296
-, Geo. (fl. 1669), 249
-, J., cricketer, 295
-, Sir Jas., 204
-, John (fl. 1568), 51
-, John, vicar of Haslingfield (fl. 1599), 236
-, Dr. John, father of Roger (fl. 1615), 100, 131
-, John (d. c. 1732), 219
-, John (d. 1764), 219
-, Lucy, see Hatton
-, Mary, m. Joshua Eversden, 219
-, Ric., 89
-, Rob. (d. 1603–4), 21–2
-, Rob. (fl. 1625), 21
-, Roger (fl. 1603–4), 20
-, Roger (fl. 1615), 100, 131
-, Dr. Sam. (d. 1808), 129
-, Revd. Sam. (d. 1841), 129, 131–2
-, T. H., 154
-, Thos. (fl. 1544), 50
-, Thos. (fl. 1553), 21–2
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1600), 181–2
-, Thos., vicar of Caldecote (fl. 1650), 25
-, Thos. (d. 1758), 219
-, Wm., bp. of Lincoln (d. 1514), 244
-, Wm. (fl. 1653), 12
-, Mr. (d. c. 1706), 231
-, Mr. (fl. c. 1800), 101

Smith-Bosanquet, Geo., 297

Smythies, Ferdinando, rector of Little Eversden, 66

Snailwell, 299

Snargate (Kent), rector of, see Bourn, John of

Snowden, Rob., 20

Soane, John, architect, 264

societies, friendly, 216, 228, 253

Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge (S.P.C.K.), 45, 86, 98, 159

Soham:
-, Geof. of, 114–15
-, Hugh of, 114

Soham, 50

sokemen, 9, 27–8, 30, 38, 60, 62–3, 89, 106, 112, 129–31, 142, 148, 164, 167, 179, 182, 204, 220, 229, 232, 242–4, 247, 255, 257, 266–8

Somer:
-, Agnes, m. Sir Ric. Vere, 203
-, Hen., 163, 168, 201–3, 206, 208–9, 211

Somerset, duke of, see Seymour, Chas.

Somerset, see Curry Rivell

Somersham, Wm., master of Gonville Hall, 118

Somery:
-, Adam de, 229
-, Amabel de, m. Arnold de Monteny (d. 1252), 230
-, Christine de, wid. of Roger de (fl. 1130), 229
-, Ela de, 230
-, Joan de, w. of Steph. de, m. 2 Godfrey of Crowcombe, 3 Ebles des Monts, 229–30, 234
-, Maud de, m. Geof. of Bacheworth, 230
-, Miles de, 229, 235
-, Muriel de, m. Thos. Picot, 230
-, Roger de (fl. 1086), 229, 234
-, Roger de (fl. 1130), 229
-, Roger de (d. c. 1190), 229
-, Roger de (d. 1236), 229
-, Steph. de, 229–30

Sons of the Clergy, Corporation of the, 131–2, 164, 169–70, 176, 183–4, 188

South Africa, cricket team, 296

South Cambridgeshire R. D., 65, 80, 96, 109, 117, 122, 144, 155, 247, 259, 269

South Carolina (U.S.A.), 200

Southorpe, Geof. of, 129

Southwark Priory (St. Mary Overy), 123–4

Southwell, Sir Rob., 191

Spaldewyk, Wm., rector of Eltisley, 57

Spalding, Wm., rector of Harlton, vicar of Haslingfield, 224, 236

Spalding (Lincs.), 302

Sparkes:
-, Jos., 115
-, Simon, 115

Spartgrave, Geof. of, 38, 40

Spearing, Fanny Eliz., 114

Spigurnel:
-, Eliz., see Sanzaver
-, Sir Ralph, 37
-, fam., 166 n

Spinney:
-, Ralph, 92
-, Thos., 92
-, fam., 92

Spinney Priory (nr. Ely), 118

sports and pastimes, see ball-games; bandy; cockfights; cricket; decoys; football; foot-races; foxhunting; hare-coursing; hawking; horse-racing; ice hockey; rowing; shooting; skating; steeple-chasing; wild-fowling

springs, medicinal, 5

Stacy:
-, John, 150
-, Ric., 150
-, Thos., 150

Stafford:
-, Constance, see Green
-, Edw., earl of Wiltshire, 178
-, Humph., duke of Buckingham, 141, 178
-, John, earl of Wiltshire, 178
-, Marg., w. of Edw., earl of Wiltshire, 178
-, Marg., w. of Ralph, see Audley
-, (Sir) Ralph, earl of Stafford, 141
-, (or Haldenham), Thos., rector of Kingston, 118
-, fam., 141

Stafford, earl of, see Stafford, Ralph

Staffordshire, 134; and see Bilston; Patshall

Staffurth:
-, Ellis, 131
-, Mr., 131

Staller, Ansgar the, see Ansgar

Stamford (Stanford):
-, Sir Gilb., 142
-, John (fl. 1416), 18, 130
-, John (d. 1493), 18, 130, 267

Stamford (Lincs.), 4, 32, 44, 111, 249
-, priory of St. Michael, 52

Stane, Wm., and his w. Dorothy, 98

Stanford, see Stamford

Stanley:
-, Chas. Wentworth, 30, 122
-, Sidney, 30, 122

Stansted Mountfitchet (Essex), 151

Stanton:
-, John, rector of Hatley St. George, Knapwell, and Longstowe, 126
-, Wm., rector of Knapwell and Longstowe, 126

Stanton, Fen, 125

Stanton, Long, 113
-, St. Michael's par., rector of, see Howgrave, Wm.

Stapleford, 30, 231; and see Gogmagog Park

Staples:
-, Chas., 302
-, E. J., 302

Staundon:
-, Agnes, w. of Sir Wm., m. 2 Sir Wm. Porter, 265, 270
-, Eliz., 265
-, Sir Wm., 142, 265–6, 270

Staunton, Hervey of, 149, 156

Steeple Bumpstead, see Bumpstead

steeple-chasing, 286–7

Stennett, Nic., rector of Hardwick, vicar of Barton, 103, 172

Stephen, king of England, 71–2, 74–5, 81, 229, 234
-, his sons, see Eustace; William, count of Boulogne
-, his w., see Maud

Stephen son of Wymark, 62

Stephen, John s. of, see John

Stephen:
-, H. S., 182
-, Jas. (d. 1832), 182
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1859), 182
-, Sir Jas. Fitzjames, 182
-, Jane, w. of Sir Jas. (d. 1859), 182
-, Leslie, 182
-, Sarah, 182

Stephenson (Stevenson):
-, Hen., vicar of Bourn, 15
-, John (fl. 1743), 254
-, John (fl. 1755, ? another), 255
-, Rob., 255

Stetchworth Park, 301–2

Sterne:
-, Hen. (d. 1469), 232
-, Hen. (fl. 1495), 232–3
-, Lawr., 231
-, Ric., rector of Harlton, 225
-, Rob. (d c. 1378), 231
-, Rob. (d. by 1444), 232
-, Rob. (d. 1459), 232
-, Thos. (d. 1461), 232
-, Thos. (fl. 1520), 232
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1620), 249
-, Wal. (fl. c. 1250), 231
-, Wal. (d. c. 1317), 231
-, Wal. (d. after 1421), 231–3
-, Wm. (d. c. 1294), 231
-, Wm. (d. c. 1354), 231
-, Mr., 100
-, fam., 232

Stevenson, see Stephenson

Stewart (Steward):
-, Lucy, see Hatton
-, Thos., the elder, 231
-, Thos., the younger (d. 1688), 231, 235
-, Wm., 203
-, and see Stuart

Stigand, abp. of Canterbury, 60, 112, 123

stints, see common, rights of, regulation of

Stoke by Nayland (Suff.), 49

Stoke Poges (Bucks.), 142

Stonard, Augustine, 5

Stonhall, Wm. de la, 149

Storey:
-, Phil. (fl. 1629), 129
-, Phil. (fl. 1659, ? another), 129
-, Susanna, 129

Storie-Pugh, Col. Peter, 256

Stortford, Bishop's (Herts.), 30

Stourbridge, see Cambridge

Stowe (or Longstowe):
-, Agnes, w. of Baldwin of (d. after 1327), 49
-, Agnes of, w. of Ric. of, 122
-, Aubrey of (fl. 1212), 122
-, (or le Child), Aubrey of (d. 1252), 122–3
-, Aubrey of (fl. 1275), 123
-, Baldwin of (fl. 1250), 122, 125
-, Baldwin of (d. after 1327), 48–9, 122
-, Ethelbert of, 122
-, Guy of (fl. 1166), 121
-, Guy of (fl. 1200, ? another), 121–2
-, John of, rector of Longstowe, 122, 125
-, Maud of, see Musters
-, Phil. of, 49–50, 122
-, Ric. of, 122
-, Roger of, 123
-, Simon s. of Roger of, 123
-, Steph. of, 122
-, Wm. (d. by 1230), s. of Ric. of, 122
-, Wm. (fl. 1234), s. of Gilb. of, 122, 125
-, (or Baldwin), Wm. of (fl. 1279), 5, 122, 124–5

Stoyte, John, rector of Gamlingay, 83

Strange:
-, Alice le, see Lacy
-, Ebles le, 201
-, Roger le, 201

Stratford:
-, John, abp. of Canterbury, 18
-, Rob., bp. of Chichester, 18

Stratford at Bow Priory (Mdx.), 229, 234

Stratton, Thos., rector of Coton, 195

Stratton Park (Beds.), 296–7

Streacock, Thos., vicar of Barton, 172

Streatham (Surr.), 297

Strete, Wm., 163, 201

Stringer, Phil., 82

Stuart, Jas., architect, 265; and see Stewart

Stubbs, Wolfran, rector of Orwell, 248

stud farms, 109, 297, 301

Stukely, John, 18, 130

Stukely, Little (Hunts.), 195

Sturdy, John, bell-founder, 126

Stuteville:
-, John de, 8
-, Leonia de, wid. of Rob. de, 6, 8
-, Rob. de, 6

Sudbury:
-, John, 5
-, Margery, w. of Wm. (fl. 1279), 5, 9
-, Wm. (fl. 1279), 5, 9–10, 12, 18
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1348), 5
-, Wm., s. of Sir Wm., 5

Suenson-Taylor, A. J., Ld. Grantchester, 200

Suffolk:
-, duke of, see Pole, Wm. de la
-, earl of, see Pole, Edm. de la

Suffolk:
-, sports, 294, 301
-, and see Alnesbourn; Barton Mills; Bradley, Great; Bury St. Edmunds; Clare; Dalham; Denston; Drinkstone; Edwardstone; Exning; Heveningham; Mildenhall; Newmarket; Pettistree; Preston; Rumburgh; Rushbrooke; Stoke by Nayland; Thurlow

Suffolk hunt, 297

sugar beet factories, 298

Sully, Geo., 129

Surrey, earl of, see Warenne, John de

Surrey:
-, sports, 295
-, and see Chertsey; Kew; Lambeth; Malden; Merton; Mitcham; Rotherhithe

Sussex, see Lewes

Suttle, fam., 93

Sutton:
-, John, rector of Gamlingay, 83
-, Thos., 39–40

Sutton (Beds.), 84

Sutton (Isle of Ely), 158

Sutton St. Edmund (Lincs.), 303

Swaffham Bulbeck:
-, inc., 283
-, priory, 100–1, 131, 181

Swaffham Prior, inc., 283

Swan (Swann):
-, Eliz., w. of Rob., 255, 257
-, Jas., 245
-, Rob., 255, 257
-, Wm., 133

swan-keeping, 206

Swansley, see Caxton

Swavesey, 12, 183
-, ch., 269
-, man., 129
-, priory, 133, 144–5, 270
-, sports, 298, 302
-, vicar, see Knight, Thos.

Sweatman, Wm., 53

Sweden, 231

Swein, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

Sweyn, fam., 151

Swillington, Sir Rob., 117, 265

swimming, 200

T.

Tadlow:
-, Alice, see Dunholt
-, Wm., 29

Tadlow, 104–5
-, vicarage, 110–11

Tailboys:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Wimbish, 254
-, Wal., 218
-, Wm., 218

Talbot, Ermintrude, m. Hen. FitzGerald (d. c. 1231), 265

tallage, 21, 92

Tallard, marshal, French ambassador, 280

Tane:
-, Geof., 165
-, Isabel, w. of Wm., see Chastelyn
-, Isabel, m. Steph. Cosyn, 165
-, Wm., 165, 172

tanning and tanners, 12

Tansley, Sir Arthur, 200

Tanson, Thos., 9

Tarrant, Geo., 295

Tate:
-, John, 9
-, Martha, see Hitchin

Tatham, Ralph, master of St. John's Coll., 126

Taylard:
-, Marg., w. of Wal., 76
-, Wal., 76, 83, 85
-, Wm., 76
-, fam., 76

Taylor:
-, Rob., bell-founder, 15, 44
-, Thos., 12
-, Wm., 30
-, —, of Loughborough, bellfounder, 15
-, fam., 297

Tebbit:
-, A. E., 303
-, Jos., 132
-, fam., 131, 164

Tebbutt, fam., 303

Tebold, John, 20, 24

Tempsford (Beds.), 122

Tetworth (Hunts.), 69, 73–4

Tetworth Hall, see Gamlingay

Teversham, 254

Thames, river, 288, 291

Thede, Wm., 219

Theodred, bp. of London, 141

Thirlby, Thos., bp. of Ely, 185

Thodham:
-, Cath., see Osgodby
-, Thos., 230

Thomas, duke of Glouchester, 18, 72, 130

Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 162, 201
-, his w., see Lacy, Alice de

Thomas, chaplain, of Little Eversden, 65

Thomas, rector of Caxton, 33

Thomas, grds. of Hilary Trussebut (fl. 13th cent.), 8

Thomas son of Goda, 123

Thomas, son of Wm. the smith, 34

Thomas, Gilb. s. of, see Gilbert

Thomas, John, vicar of Waterbeach, 5

Thomestone, Hen., 118

Thompson:
-, Marmaduke, rector of Harlton, 225
-, —, skater (fl. 1814), 302

Thomson, Revd. Rob., 122, 124

Thormondeby, John, 142

Thorney, 303
-, abbey, 89
-, sports, 294

Thornhill, Noel, 297

Thornton:
-, Agnes, see Vavassour
-, Bart., 191, 244
-, Eleanor, m. Ralph (s. of Wm.) FitzRalph, 191, 244
-, Roger, 191, 244–5

Thorogood:
-, Adam, 18, 53, 55
-, Thos., 18

Thorp, Rob., 18

Thory:
-, John, rector of Hatley St. George, vicar of Caxton, 110
-, Thos., rector of Hatley St. George, vicar of Caxton, 110

Thriplow, John of, rector of Hardwick, 103

Thriplow, 181, 253
-, hundred, 1, 138, 256
-, nonconf., 158, 249–50
-, vicar, see Perkins, John

Thurlow (Suff.), 297

Thursby:
-, Eliz., see Burgoyne
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1535), 28
-, Thos. (fl. 1578), 28

Thwaites, John, rector of Little Gransden, 96

Tibbald son of Fulk (d. c. 1199), 256

Tibbald son of Fulk (fl. 1235), 19

Tibbald (fl. 1086), 256

Tibbald, Fulk s. of, see Fulk

Tindall, Thos., rector of Gamlingay, warden of Merton Coll., 82

Tingry, Sibyl de, m. Enguerrand de Fiennes, 190

Tiptoft:
-, Edw., earl of Worcester, 61
-, Joan, m. Sir Edm. Ingaldsthorp, 61
-, John, Ld. Tiptoft (d. 1443), 61–2
-, John, Ld. Tiptoft, earl of Worcester, (d. 1470), 61
-, Joyce, w. of John, Ld. Tiptoft (d. 1443), 61
-, Sir Pain, 61
-, Rob., 62

Titchmarsh:
-, Edw., 253
-, fam., 153

Todd:
-, Francis, 119
-, Thos., rector of Malton, 249

Toddington (Beds.), 25, 119, 181 n

Toft, Everard of, 131

Toft, 1, 18, 99–100, 127–36, 175–6, 188
-, adv., 133
-, agric., 128, 131–3
-, bridges, 128
-, char., 132, 135–6
-, ch., 128, 132–5
-, cts., 103, 133
-, curates, 134–5
-, dom. archit., 128, 129
-, fields, 103, 132
-, glebe, 134
-, guilds, 134
-, hearth tax, 274–5, 277
-, inc., 131–2
-, man., 18, 101, 103, 128–31, 181, 267
-, man.-ho., 30, 128–9
-, mills, 132–3
-, nonconf., 135, 250
-, par. officers, 133
-, poor-relief, 133
-, pop., 128, 132
-, rectors, 128, 131–4; and see Powell, E. A.
-, rectory, 14, 24, 104, 133–4 ho., 128, 134
-, roads, 17, 59, 128, 176
-, sch., 25, 133, 135, 188
-, streams, 128
-, tithes, 133
-, village green, 128
-, woodland, 128

Tolly:
-, John, butcher, 97, 100
-, John, rector of Little Gransden, 97, 100

Topham, W., 50, 58

Torchenesse (Toteneis, Trocheadnesse):
-, Rob., 62
-, Warin, 62

Torpel:
-, Asceline, m. Ralph (de) Camoys, (d. 1259), 6, 243
-, Mabel, wid. of Roger (d. 1225) or Roger (d. 1229), 242
-, Roger (d. 1176), 242
-, Roger (d. 1225), 19–20, 141, 242
-, Roger (d. 1229), 242
-, Wm., 20, 243

Toseland (Hunts.), 36, 38, 46

Toteneis, see Torchenesse

Totnam:
-, John, 152
-, Wm., 152, 155

Tour:
-, Alan de la, 5
-, Simon de la (fl. 12th cent.), 5, 9
-, Simon de la (fl. 1200), 5, 9

Towers, Wm., vicar of Caldecote, master of Christ's Coll., 25

town ploughs, 32, 119, 126, 187, 248

Townley, C. W., ld. lieutenant of Cambs., 303

Townshend:
-, Cath., see Brown
-, Roger, 178 n

Trant, Edm., vicar of Bourn, 14

Treece:
-, Ric., 29
-, Thos., 29

Trefusis:
-, Alice, see Cotton
-, Marg., w. of Sam., m. 2 Sir John Hinde Cotton, 107–8, 111
-, Rob., 107
-, Sam., 107

Trefusis, see Mylor

Trillowe, Phil., 10

Trinity College, Camb., 64, 143, 145, 148, 150, 153–4, 156–7, 159, 200, 203, 219, 221, 232–4, 247–9
-, fellows of, 150, 156–7, 211, 237, 248
-, master of, 296
-, sports, 287, 290–2, 296
-, vice-master of, 248

Trinity Hall, Camb., sports, 290

Tristram, E. W., 119, 173

Trivet, Thos., 168

Trocheadnesse, see Torchenesse

Trower, —, skater, 302

Trumpington:
-, Everard of, 20
-, Mic. of, 20–1
-, Roger of, 20–1
-, fam., 162

Trumpington, 49, 199, 204, 225, 227, 239
-, Anstey Hall, 297
-, man., 20, 106–7, 114, 208
-, mill, 208
-, vicarage, 236

Trumpington and Grantchester Nursing Assoc., 214

Trussebut:
-, Agatha, 6
-, Geof., 6
-, Hilary (d. 1241), 6, 8
-, Hilary (another, fl. 13th cent.), 8
-, her s., see John
-, her grds., see Thomas
-, Rob. (d. 1193), 6
-, Rob. (fl. 1232), 8
-, Rose, m. Everard de Ros, 7
-, Wm., 6

Trussel, Sir Wm., 201

Tryghern, Griffith, vicar of Haslingfield, 236

Tryte, Ric., 5

Tuck, Jas., 246

Tudor:
-, Edm., earl of Richmond, 62, 243
-, Marg., see Beaufort

Tufton:
-, Cath., see Brown
-, John, 178

tumbrel, 12, 79, 95, 102, 144, 185

Turbert (fl. 1066), 244

Turgar (fl. 1066), 27

Turk:
-, Beatrice, see Kendal
-, Joan, m. John Waleys, 247
-, Sir Rob., 247

Turner:
-, Harry, 297
-, Marg., see Slegge
-, Rob. (fl. 1585), 179
-, Rob. (fl. 1637), 179

Turpin:
-, Wm., 5, 30
-, Mr., 109

Turvey (Beds.), 178

Turvill, Hugh, 230

Twittye, Wm., 49

Tydd St. Giles, sports, 300

Tyndall:
-, Alana, see Felbrigge
-, John, 230
-, Thos. (d. 1448), 230
-, Thos. (fl. 1540), 230
-, Wm. (d. 1426), 230
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1498), 230

Tyrell:
-, Anne, w. of John, m. 2 Sir Wm. Petre (d. 1572), 256
-, Beatrice, w. of Thos. (d. 1510), 244, 256
-, Edw. (d. 1442), 244, 256
-, Edw., s. of Edw. (d. 1442), 256
-, Eleanor, see Flambard
-, Hen., 256
-, John, 256
-, Sir Thos. (d. c. 1381), 256
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1477), 244, 256
-, Thos. (d. 1510), 244, 249, 256
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1540), 256
-, Thos. (fl. 1575), 256
-, Wal., 244, 256

U.

Ufford, Cath., m. Rob., Ld. Scales (d. 1369), 237 n

Ulmer, see Wulfmaer of Eaton

Unitarians, 84

University (later Nuffield) College, Camb., 290

University Hall, Camb., see Clare College

Upleatham:
-, Agnes of, see Argentine
-, Peter of, 48
-, Roger of, 48

Upleatham (Yorks. N.R.), 48

Upware, see Wicken

Upwell, 302–3

Utley, Sam., vicar of Arrington, 145

V.

Vache:
-, Blanche la, ? m. Ric., Ld. Grey of Wilton, 166 n
-, Eliz. de la (fl. 1308), 166
-, Eliz. la (d. 1414), w. of Sir Phil. la, 166
-, Mabel de la, see Mansel
-, Sir Mat. la, 166
-, Maud de la, 166
-, Sir Phil. la, 166
-, Ric. de la (d. by 1290), 166
-, Ric. de la (d. after 1308), 166
-, Ric. la (fl. after 1308), 166
-, Sir Ric. la (d. 1366), 166

Val (Vale):
-, Hugh de la, 148–9, 152
-, John de la, 247
-, Maud de la, see Bolbec

Valence:
-, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke, 7, 27
-, Mary de, see St. Pol

Valentine, Hen., and his w. Alice, 123

Valognes:
-, Gunnora de, m. Rob. FitzWalter, 8, 71
-, Peter de, sheriff of Essex (fl. 1086), 5, 8, 71
-, his w., see Gunnora
-, Peter de (d. 1158), 71
-, Rob. de, 71
-, Roger de, 71

Vancouver, Chas., 100

Vavassour:
-, Agnes le, m. Roger Thornton, 191, 244, 249
-, Amphelise le, m. Phil. St. Clowe, 191, 244
-, Nic. le, 191, 244, 249

vee de naam, 95, 102

Venables, Ric., 103

Vere:
-, Agnes, see Somer
-, Amy, m. Sir Humph. Browne, 178
-, Audrey, m. John Browne (d. c. 1550), 178–9
-, Baldwin de, 149
-, Denise de, see Munchensy
-, Eliz., m. John Mordaunt, Ld. Mordaunt (d. 1562), 178
-, Sir Hen., 178
-, Hugh de, 7
-, Isabel, see Green
-, Jas., 163, 203
-, John de (d. c. 1293), 149, 151
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1513), 230
-, Sir Ric., 203
-, Rob. de, 149
-, Thos. de, 149
-, fam., 149, 203, 211

Verley:
-, John de, 9
-, Mabel, w. of Ralph de, 9
-, Ralph de, 9
-, Wm. de, 9

Vernon:
-, Isabel de, m. Ralph Sanzaver (d. by 1217), 37, 39
-, Ric. de, and his w. Cecily, 37
-, Wal. or Wm. de, 37
-, fam., 37

vestries, 13, 23, 80, 95–6, 169, 171, 185, 194, 234

Vicars, Sam., 100

village and parish halls, 16–17, 20, 88, 99, 102, 105, 128, 242, 253, 265

village colleges, see Bassingbourn; Comberton; Gamlingay; Melbourn

village greens, 2–3, 27, 36, 47, 51, 69–70, 99, 112, 121, 128, 147–8, 154, 158–60, 175, 189, 198, 227–8, 241

village institutes, 105, 141

Virley, Wm., 94

W.

wages, labourers', 11, 32, 41–2, 95, 109, 143, 208

Wagstaffe, Jas., 108

waif, 32

Waite, John, 135

Walchelin, marshal to King Stephen, 74

Waldeffe, John, and his w. Eliz., 219

Waldegrave, Sir Wm., 163

Walden:
-, Sir Alex., 201 n
-, Idony, w. of John (d. 1417), 201
-, John (d. 1417), 163, 201, 205
-, John (another), 201 n
-, Roger, abp. of Canterbury, 201

Waldingfield, Rob. of, 219–20

Waleys:
-, Joan, see Turk
-, John, 247

Walford:
-, Mary, wid., 49
-, Thos., 49
-, Wm. (fl. before 1741), 49
-, Revd. Wm. (fl. 1789), 49

Walkfare, Sir Thos., 117

Wallasey (Ches.), horse-races, 281

Wallis:
-, Geo. Hawkins, 259
-, Maldin, 101
-, R., 303
-, Thos., 259
-, fam., 234

Walpole:
-, Geo., earl of Orford, 282
-, Hen. of, 18, 21

Walsham, Alex. of, 149

Walsingham, Sir Edm., and his w. Isabel, 61

Walsingham, Ld., see De Grey

Walter the chaplain, vicar of Longstowe, 123, 125

Walter son of Aubrey, 148, 216

Walter son of Hugh, ? sheriff of Cambs., 164
-, his w., see Bonville, Constance de

Walter son of Walter, 164

Walter, miller, 144

Walter:
-, Gilb., 266–7
-, Hen. (fl. 1471–99), 267
-, Hen. (fl. 1580), 267
-, Hubert, abp. of Canterbury, 181
-, John (fl. 1392), 266
-, John (fl. 1471), 267
-, John (fl. 1566–80), 267
-, Wm., 267
-, fam., 263, 270

Waltheof, earl, 18, 112–13, 164
-, his w., see Judith

Walton:
-, Chris., 300
-, Col. Valentine, 300

Wanley, Humph., 264

Wantage, Heanric of, see Heanric

Warburton, Cecil, 200

Ward (Warde):
-, Chris., 163
-, F., 303
-, Geo., 163
-, Jack, 297
-, John le (fl. 1346), 49
-, John (d. 1501), grocer, 163
-, John (fl. c. 1500), mercer, 163 n
-, John (fl. 1573), 163
-, John (fl. 1730), rector of Little Eversden, 66
-, Lees, rector of Harlton, 225
-, Ric. (fl. 1549), 8, 14
-, Ric. (? the same, d. 1560), 163
-, Rob., 116
-, Thos., 163
-, Wm., 103, 224

Warden, Chipping (Northants.), barony of, 60, 162, 191, 266

Warden Abbey (Beds.), 75, 256

Wardle, J. H., 295

Wardrop, Ric., vicar of Shepreth, 260

Ware, Maj. Hen., 91, 94

Warenne:
-, Isabel de, m. Wm., count of Boulogne, 71
-, John de, earl of Surrey, 166
-, Wm. de, 208

Waresley (Hunts.), 1, 6, 69, 76–7, 87–8, 98
-, vicar, 97
-, Waresley Park, 73

Warlock, Rob., vicar of Shepreth and Whaddon, 260

Warner:
-, Marg., m. Thos. Dove, bp. of Peterborough, 62
-, Oliver, 62
-, Thos., 62
-, —, bell-founder, 85

Warr, W., 293

Warren, Ric., vicar of Comberton, 186

'warthpanes,' 151

Warwell (Waruhel), Fulk (Fulky), 162, 164, 171
-, his son, see Hugh

Warwickshire, see Coventry; Hillfield; Kenilworth; Lapworth; Rugby

Wash, the, 291

Wasse (later Alston), John, 122

Waterbeach:
-, Denny Abbey, 56, 91
-, vicar, see Thomas, John

Waterhouse, Joshua, rector of Coton, 193, 195

Waterville:
-, Asceline de, w. of Geof. de, see Peverel
-, Asceline de, m. Roger Torpel (d. 1176), 114, 141, 242, 247
-, Geof. de, 6, 19, 114, 180, 242
-, Maud de, m. Wm. de Dive (d. c. 1181), 106–7, 114, 141–4, 180
-, Ralph de, 114, 180

Watkinson, Rob., vicar of Barton, 172

Watson:
-, Edw., 65
-, John, 197
-, Mrs. John, 239
-, Wm., 101

Watts, Hugh, bell-founder, 58

Wauton:
-, Bart., 122
-, Joan, see Laxton
-, John de (fl. 1320), 142, 149
-, John (fl. 1339), 122
-, John (fl. 1396, ? the same), 122
-, Marg., m. Wm. Denstone, 122
-, Rob., and his w. Maud, 122
-, Thos., 122
-, Wm., 122

Weald (in Eynesbury Hardwicke, Hunts.), 36

Weatherby, Jas., 282

Webb:
-, T. V., and his w., 91
-, Wm., master of Clare Coll., 22–3, 91
-, Mr., 90

Webber, M. F. V., 255
-, his dau., 255

Wedd, Octavius, 79

week-works, see works, villeins'

Weeton (Yorks. E. R.), 81

Weldysh, Wm., and his w. Anne, 51

Well:
-, Peter at, 202
-, Phil. at, 202

Wellington, Emery, 7

Wells, Hen. Watkins, 260

Welney (Norf.), sports, 300, 302–3

Wendover:
-, Bart. of, rector of Caxton, 29
-, Gilb. of, 29–30

Wendy:
-, Blanche, w. of Sir Wm., 231
-, Francis, 231
-, John, 230
-, Marg., w. of Dr. Thos., m. 2 Wm. Worthington, 163, 230
-, Susan, m. Thos. Stewart the elder, 231, 235
-, Dr. Thos (d. 1560), 155–6, 161, 163, 207, 230–1, 233–5, 237, 240
-, Thos. (d. 1612), 230–1, 236–7
-, Thos. (d. 1626), 234
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1673), 231, 233, 235–8, 240
-, Sir Wm., 230–1, 237
-, fam., 153, 230–1

Wendy, 64, 240

Wenhaston, Geof. of, and his w. Avice, 9

Wenlock, Wm., 18

Wentworth, 303

Wesley, John, 135, 173, 212

West:
-, Cath., see Lyell
-, Eliz., see Sackville
-, (later Sackville-West), Geo. John, Earl de la Warr, 4, 6, 11, 15–16, 231, 233, 238, 240
-, John Ric., Earl de la Warr, 6
-, fam., 231
-, and see Sackville-West

West Indies, cricket team, 296

West Wratting, see Wratting

Westbury, see Croxton

Westfield, Thos., vicar of Barton, bp. of Bristol, 172

Westmacott:
-, Ric., the elder, sculptor, 271
-, Ric., the younger, sculptor, 271

Weston (Herts.), man., 72

Westrope:
-, Eliz., see Butler
-, Jos., 19, 23

Wetherley, see Orwell

Wetherley hundred, 1, 33, 137–9, 137, 140
-, ct., 138
-, hearth tax, 273–4, 276, 278

Whaddon:
-, Nic., 219
-, Thos., 219

Whaddon, 241, 251, 265, 270
-, vicarage, 260

Whale, R. and H., Ltd., 75

Whaley:
-, John, 251
-, Thos., rector of Orwell, 251

Whalley, John, rector of Hatley St. George, 110

Wharton:
-, Phil., duke of Wharton, 281
-, Thos., Ld. Wharton, 280

Whatton, Thos., vicar of Grantchester, 211

Whish, Ric., 116

Whistler, John, 30

Whitacres, Wm., 29

White:
-, John, bell-founder, 25
-, Rob., 9
-, Wal., 243

White Roding, see Roding

Whitechurch:
-, John, the younger, 219–22
-, fam., 221

Whitehead:
-, A. N., 200
-, Alice, see Child
-, Thos., 217

white-tawyer, 152

Whitmore, Ric., 30

Whittet:
-, Peter, 100
-, Wm., 100
-, fam., 101

Whittlesey:
-, sports, 298, 300
-, Whittlesey Mere, 302

Whitwell:
-, Ellis of, 162, 164
-, Gillian of, 20–1
-, Maud of, m. Thos. of Cotes, 162, 164, 171
-, Rose of, m. Alan of Barton, 162, 171

Whitwell (in Barton), see Barton

Whitwell (in Wimpole), see Wimpole

Wichebaud, John, 177

Wicken:
-, Upware, 303
-, Wicken Fen, 299–301

Wicks, John, 146

Widiford:
-, Agnes of, see Pellam
-, Wm. of, 231

Widnall:
-, Sam., 207–8
-, S. P., 198, 200, 208

Wiggonholt, Ric. of, 218

Wilbraham, Great, rector, 211

Wilbraham, Little:
-, Six Mile Bottom estate, 301–2
-, vicarage, 211

Wilbraham Temple, 301

Wild:
-, Agnes, see Ragon
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Dive, 5
-, Thos., 5

wildfowl, species of, 300–1

wildfowling, 299–301
-, netting, 300
-, punt-gunning, 283, 300
-, and see decoys

Wilford:
-, Mary, see Brown
-, Thos., 178

Wilkes, Mat., 123

Wilkieson:
-, Revd. Wm. (fl. c. 1820), 73
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1850), 73

Willett, And., rector of Little Gransden, 97

Willey, Chris., vicar of Bourn, 14

William I, 177

William III, 150, 280–1

William, count of Boulogne, 71, 74
-, his w., see Warenne, Isabel de

William, count of Mortain, 161

William, duke of Cumberland, 281

William, chant. priest of Bourn (fl. 1428), 8

William, chaplain, of Papworth Everard, 56

William, hermit, of Gamlingay, 83

William son of Geoffrey, 190

William son of Hugh, 162, 164, 171

William the bald (calvus), 114

William the smith, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

William, John s. of, see John

William, Ralph s. of, see FitzRalph

Williams:
-, Dr. Dan., 51
-, John, 100
-, (or Cromwell), Ric., 9, 50, 73–4, 108, 121, 123

Willingham, 303

Willoughby, Wm., Ld. Willoughby (of Parham), 114

Willows:
-, Joan in the, m. John Bradfield, 150
-, John in the, 219
-, Thos. in the (d. 1348), 150
-, Thos. in the (d. 1392), 150

Wilmot, Geo., 273

Wilson:
-, Chris., rector of Coton, bp. of Bristol, 195
-, Edm., 30
-, H. B., 186
-, Jas., rector of Coton, 195
-, John (fl. 1611), 30
-, John (d. c. 1730), 219
-, John (d. 1775), 219
-, John (d. 1796), 219
-, John (d. after 1811), 219
-, Wm., 30
-, fam., 219

Wilton Abbey (Wilts.), 9–10

Wiltshire, earls of, see Stafford, Edw. and John

Wiltshire, 203; and see Alvediston; Barford St. Martin; Wilton

Wimbish:
-, Abrahe, m. Francis Norton, 255
-, Chris., 255
-, Eliz., see Tailboys
-, Frances, 255
-, John (fl. 1420), 255
-, John (fl. 1511), 255
-, Marg., see Blyton
-, Thos., 255

Wimblington, 302

Wimpole:
-, Geof. of, 202
-, Ric. of, 202

Wimpole, 59, 137–8, 140, 230, 263–72
-, adv., 270
-, agric., 246, 268–9
-, Brick End, 264
-, chant., 270
-, char., 272
-, ch., 264, 269–71
-, commons, 268
-, cts., 269
-, curates, 270
-, farms, 268–9
-, fields, 268
-, guild, 270
-, hearth tax, 273–4, 276, 278
-, inc., 138, 268–9
-, ind., 269
-, man., 114, 137 n, 142, 148, 245, 265–8
-, man.-ho., 264, 267–8
-, mills, 269
-, New Wimpole, 242, 264, 269, 271
-, nonconf., 271
-, poor-relief, 269
-, pop., 264
-, rectors, 145, 270, 272
-, rectory, 145, 225, 248, 270
-, ho., 264, 270
-, roads, 241, 263–4
-, sch., 146, 251, 271
-, tithes, 268–70
-, Whitwell ('Witewell'), 137–8, 263, 268
-, man., 137 n, 142, 268
-, Wimpole Hall, 140, 146–7, 224–5, 263–5, 267, 270, 297, 301
-, estate, 9, 59, 100, 114, 116, 143, 246, 250, 264, 269–70, 301
-, Wimpole Park, 139, 143, 145, 224–5, 264–5, 268–9
-, woodland, 263–5, 269
-, Wratworth, 137–9, 263, 268, 270
-, man., 137 n, 263, 266–7

Winchester, earls of, see Quincy, Roger and Saher de

Winchester (Hants), 280
-, bps. of, see Ethelwold; Fox, Ric.

Windsor, Ralph of, 266

Windsor (Berks.):
-, cast., constable of, 166
-, coll. of St. George, 29–31, 33

Wingfield:
-, Eliz., see Gresham
-, Sir John (d. after 1604), 266
-, John (d. 1633), s. of Sir John, 266
-, Ric., 266

Winslow:
-, John, 20
-, Mary, see Beaufeu
-, Wm., 20

Winwick, Simon of, 30

Wisbech:
-, horse-racing, 286
-, sports, 282, 292, 294–5, 302–3
-, vicarage, 97

Wise, Francis 20, 24

Wiseman:
-, Simon, 123
-, Thos., 123

Wishaw, John, 90

'witepund', 91, 102

'Witewell', see Wimpole, Whitwell

Wodelarke, Rob., provost of King's Coll., rector of Kingston, 118, 191–2, 194–5, 203

Wombe:
-, John, 202
-, Ric., 202
-, Rob., 202

Wood, John, 42

Woodbury, see Gamlingay

Woodham:
-, Jos. (d. 1764), 254–5
-, Jos. (d. 1791), 254
-, Sarah, m. Fred. John Nash, 254
-, Wm. (d. 1785), 254, 256–7
-, Wm. (d. 1824), 254, 258
-, fam., 245, 257
-, and see Nash-Woodham

Woodhurst (Hunts.), 163

Woodward:
-, John, 51
-, Rob., 51
-, Mr., 302

Woodwards, 92, 115, 128

wool, 124, 233

Woolridge, John, vicar of Gamlingay, 84

Woolwich (Kent), sports, 294

Woolwright, John, 52

Wootten, Jas., 184

Worboys:
-, A. B., 220
-, Jos., 134, 136

Worcester, earls of, see Tiptoft, Edw. and John

Worcester, bps. of, see Earle, John; Maidstone

Worcestershire, see Evesham

workhouses, see Bourn; Caxton

works, villeins', 10, 21, 31, 40, 52–3, 63, 75, 91–2, 101–2, 108, 115, 132, 151–2, 168, 182, 205, 209, 232, 245
-, commutation of, 53, 92, 102, 115, 132, 151–2, 182, 192, 205, 233, 245

Worlych:
-, Eliz., wid. of Wm., 75
-, Wm., 75

Wormeston, John, 81

Worsley, Thos., 271

Wortham:
-, Biscoe Hill, 179, 253
-, Revd. Biscoe Hill Layer, vicar of Shepreth, 253, 260
-, Eliz., see Young
-, Hale (d. 1755), 179
-, Hale (d. 1778), 178–9, 253, 260, 262
-, Hale (d. 1828), 179, 253
-, Hen. Dalton Nash, 115
-, Jas., 179, 184, 253
-, Jos., 253
-, Martha, w. of Hale (d. 1778), 253
-, Mary, wid. of Hale (d. 1828), 253
-, fam., 183, 254, 258, 262

Worthington:
-, Marg., see Wendy
-, Wm., 230

Wragg:
-, John, 143
-, Mic. Gifford, 115–16

Wratting, West, sports, 292

Wratworth, John of, 268

Wratworth, see Wimpole

Wren, Mat., vicar of Barton, bp. of Ely, 24, 34, 66, 84, 97, 100, 103, 119, 134, 157, 172, 186

Wrestlingworth (Beds.), vicar of, see Hicks

Wulfmaer (fl. 1066), 113

Wulfmaer of Eaton, 70, 75

Wulfnoth (fl. c. 980), 128

Wycombe, High (Bucks.), 218

Wydville:
-, Eliz., see Scales
-, Ant., Earl Rivers, 230

Wylyot, John, 133

Wymark, ? dau. of Hugh de Berners, 62
-, her son, see Stephen

Wymondham (Norf.), sch., 43

Y.

Yardley, N. W. D., 296

Yarker, Wm., 74

Yelling (Hunts.), 46–7

York, Thos., vicar and rector of Great and Little Eversden, 66 n

York:
-, duchess of, see Neville, Cecily
-, dukes of, 7; and see Edmund; James II

York:
-, abbey of St. Mary, 228–9, 232, 234–5
-, abbot of, 231
-, abps. of, 83; and see Rotherham
-, St. Leonard's hosp., 56

Yorke:
-, Albert Edw., earl of Hardwicke, 265
-, Chas. Phil., earl of Hardwicke (d. 1873), 245, 297
-, Chas. Phil., earl of Hardwicke (d. 1897), 114, 117, 146
-, Eliz., ctss. of Hardwicke, 146, 265, 271
-, Phil., earl of Hardwicke (d. 1764), 114, 265
-, Phil., earl of Hardwicke (d. 1834), 9, 11, 59, 62–3, 101–2, 116, 269, 271
-, Susan, ctss. of Hardwicke, 140, 147
-, fam., 5, 114, 265, 271

Yorkshire, 149, 255, 284
-, sports, 295
-, and see Forcett; Kirklington; Patrington; Pensthorpe; Richmond; Sedbergh; Sewerby; Sheffield; Sinderby; Upleatham; Weeton; York

Young:
-, Eliz., m. Hale Wortham (d. 1755), 179
-, N., 303
-, fam., 232
-, —, skater (fl. 1814), 302

Z.

Zouche:
-, Sir Alan la, 141, 242
-, Helen la, see Quincy



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