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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: A.-S., Anglo-Saxon; abp., archbishop; adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; almsho., almshouse(s); And., Andrew; Ant., Antony; archit., architect; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; Camb., Cambridge; Cath., Catherine; ch., church(es); chant., chantry(-ies); chap., chapel; char., charity(-ies); Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; Coll., College; ct(s)., court(s); ctss., countess; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; dom. archit., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; ho., house(s); hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; inst., institute; Jas., James; Jn., John; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Kath., Katherine; Id., lord; m., married; man., manor(s); Marg., Margaret; mkt., market; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; Phil., Philip; pk., park; pop., population; R.D., Rural District; rem., remain(s); rly., railway; Ric., Richard; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school(s); Sim., Simon; sr., senior; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; vct., viscount; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

A.

Abbess Roding, see Roding

Abell, Jn., 197

Abington:
-, Ascelin of, 5
-, Edm. of, 5
-, Jn. of, 5
-, Luke of, vicar of Guilden Morden, 107
-, Maud of, w. of Wm., 5, 8
-, Peter of, rector of Steeple Morden, 121
-, Phil. of (d. by 1194), 5
-, Sir Phil. of (d. 1247), 5, 115
-, Wm. of (d. 1274), 5, 7–8
-, Wm. of (fl. 1313), 5
-, fam., 116

Abington by Shingay, see Abington Pigotts

Abington, Great, 4; and see Bourn Bridge

Abington, Little, 4, 10; and see Bourn Bridge

Abington Pigotts (Abington by Shingay), 1, 4–12, 24, 111, 114
-, Abington Hall, 4, 6
-, adv., 9–10
-, agric., 4, 7–8
-, A.-S. rem., 4
-, Belhus Hill, 4
-, chap., 9–10
-, chaplains, 10, 120
-, ch., 4, 6, 9–11, 64
-, cts., 62
-, curates, 10–11
-, dom. archit., 4, 32, 97
-, farms, 7–8, 126
-, fields, 7
-, glebe, 9
-, hearth tax, 269–71, 272 n
-, inc., 3–4, 7–9
-, ind., 8
-, inns, 4
-, Iron Age settlement, 4
-, man., 4–11, 32, 56, 98, 115 ho., 4–6, 32
-, mkt., 8
-, mills, 8
-, nonconf., 11
-, par. officers, 9–10
-, persons from, 18, 47, 119
-, poor relief, 9
-, pop., 4
-, rectors, 9–11; and see De CourcyIreland, Magens; Hewardine; Pigott, Geo. Granado GrahamFoster-; Pigott, Wm. GrahamFoster-; Punchard
-, rectory, 9–10, 63
-, ho., 6, 9–10
-, sch., 11–12
-, streams, 4
-, tithes, 9–10, 120–1
-, water-meadows, 8
-, woodland, 4

Acushnet Co., 216

Adam:
-, Eliz., w. of Ric., 183
-, Ric., sr., 183
-, Ric., jr., 183

Adams:
-, Jn., 17
-, Ric., 17
-, Wm., rector of Abington Pigotts and Halstead, 10

Addlestone, Jas., 96

Ady, Thos., 163

Aelfflaed, m. Ealdorman Beorhtnoth, 251

affeerors, 93

Agar-Robartes, Thos. Chas., Ld. Robartes, Vct. Clifden, 58, 100, 114, 143–4

agricultural unrest, 22, 38, 61, 159, 188, 200

agriculture, see cattle; common; crops; dairying; demesnes; glasshouses; market gardening; orchards; pigs; poultry; sheep; sheepfold; wool

Agriculture, Ministry of, Plant Breeding Research Inst., 255, 261

airfields, 12–14, 54–5, 112, 135–6, 143, 155, 239

Alabaster, Wm., rector of Little Shelford, 225

Alan, Count, Id. of Richmond, 14, 18, 32, 44, 73, 89, 91, 136, 145, 158, 167, 182, 221–2

Alan, rector of Bassingbourn, 25

Alan son of Alan, see Shepreth

Alcock, Jn., bp. of Ely, 80, 93

Alcruit:
-, Rog. de, 77
-, Wal. de, 77

Aldred:
-, Edw. (d. by 1619), sheriff of Cambs., 157–8, 160, 162
-, Edw. (d. 1629), 157, 160
-, Edw. (fl. 1635), 157
-, fam., 157, 159

aletasters, 9, 23, 62, 78, 92–3, 106, 133, 173, 190, 216, 234, 262

Alexander, R. E., 231

Alfgar, Earl, 17, 55, 70, 84, 98, 101, 115, 124, 138, 144

Alfred (fl. 1086), 31–2

Alfstan (fl. 10th cent.), 229

Alfwold (fl. 10th cent.), 229

Alington:
-, Cath., m. Nat. Napier, 71
-, Diana, see Verney
-, Diana, m. Sir Geo. Warburton, 71
-, Eliz., w. of Wm. (d. 1459), see Argentine
-, Eliz., w. of Wm. (d. 1485), m. 2 Wm. Cheyne, 3 Ralph Chamberlain, 71, 88
-, Eliz., w. of Wm. (fl. 1631), 71
-, Sir Giles (d. 1521), 71
-, Giles (d. 1572), 71
-, Sir Giles (d. 1586), 71–2
-, Sir Giles (d. 1638), 16, 19, 71
-, Giles, Ld. Alington (d. 1660), 71
-, Giles, Ld. Alington (d. 1691), 71
-, Joan, w. of Wm., see Anstey
-, Jn. (d. 1480), 71
-, Marg., see Elrington
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1440), 86
-, Wm. (d. 1459), 71
-, Wm. (d. 1479), 86
-, Wm. (d. 1485), 71
-, Wm., Ld. Alington (d. 1648), 71
-, Wm., Ld. Alington (d. 1685), 71
-, fam., 71

Allen, Thos., 265, 267

Allix:
-, Chas., 230
-, Chas. Peter, 230
-, Jn. Peter (d. 1758), dean of Ely, 230
-, Jn. Peter (d. 1807), 230
-, Jn. Peter (d. 1848), 230
-, Sarah, see Collier
-, fam., 236

allotments (garden), 22, 38–9, 96, 106, 110, 119, 159, 164, 177, 189, 200, 216, 238, 261–2, 267

Almar the priest, 70

almshouses, see Bassingbourn; Foxton; Harston; Litlington; Melbourn; Meldreth; Morden, Guilden; Shelford, Little; Stapleford

Alured (fl. 1086), 138

Aluric Campe, 157

Alverad (fl. 1086), 101

Alwold (fl. 970), 196

amercement of tenants, 106, 120, 202, 261

America, 22; and see Canada; United States

Amice, ctss. of Gloucester, m. Ric. de Clare, 55

Anabaptists, see Baptists

Analytical Instruments Ltd., 161

Ancroft, Wm., 5, 10

Andeville:
-, Alex. de, 34
-, Beatrice de, m. Rob. Hoo, 34
-, Beatrice de, w. of Alex., 34, 44
-, Hamelin de, 34
-, Humph. de, 31, 34, 44
-, Ric. de, 34
-, Thos. de, 34
-, fam., 31, 36, 39, 44

Andrew, Jn., 115

Andrews, fam., 62

Anesy:
-, Eustace de, 56
-, Margery de, w. of Peter, 56
-, Sir Peter de (fl. 1242), 56
-, Peter de (d. 1326), 56
-, Rob. de, 56

Anglesey priory, in Lode, 56, 58
-, canon of, 217
-, estates, 102, 115

Anglo-Saxon remains, see Abington Pigotts; Harston; Melbourn; Meldreth; Shelford, Little; Trumpington

Angot:
-, Eleanor, see Scalers
-, Rob., 144

Anne (of Bohemia), queen of Ric. II, 14, 19

Anne, m. Dedric of Somerton, 129

Anschil (fl. 1086), 31

Ansell, Thos., vicar of Guilden Morden, fellow of Jesus Coll., 108

Ansgar the staller, 101, 144–5, 168, 241

Anstey (Ansty):
-, Chris. (d. 1751), 255
-, Chris. (d. 1805), 255
-, Chris. (d. 1827), 255
-, Chris. Jn., 255
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Taylard, 86
-, Joan, m. Wm. Alington, 86
-, Joan, w. of Jn., see Street
-, Jn. (fl. 15th cent.), 86
-, Jn. (d. by 1827), 255
-, Mary, see Thompson
-, fam., 255, 258–60

Anstey Hall, see Trumpington

Archer:
-, Cath., m. Other Lewis Windsor, earl of Plymouth, 138
-, Cath., w. of Thos., see Tipping
-, Thos. (fl. 1626), 19
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1750), 138
-, fam., 21 of Bassingbourn, 52

Archibald, Ric., 6

architects, see Armitage; Butterfield, Wm.; Christian; Donthorn; Fawcett, W.M.; Foster, F.; Giles, Jn.; Hine; Hughes; Kendall; Lean; Lutyens; Martin, Sir Leslie; Nash; Poynter; Rowe; Scott, C. W. Oldrid and Sir Gilb.; Vialls; Walters, Edw.; Whitehead; Wilkins

Ardeley (Herts.), 136

Ardres:
-, Adeline of, 256 her dau., see Christine
-, Arnulf of (d. c. 1137), 256
-, Arnulf of (d. by 1147), 256
-, Baldwin of, 256

Argentine:
-, Agnes de, w. of Sir Jn., m. 2 Jn. Mautravers, 71
-, Eliz. de, m. Wm. Alington, 71
-, Eliz., m. Sir Baldwin St. George, 34
-, Giles de (d. 1282), 71–2
-, Isabella de, w. of Wm., 71
-, Joan, 34
-, Jn. de (fl. 1167), 71
-, Sir Jn. de (d. 1318), 71, 86
-, Sir Jn. de (d. 1383), 71–2
-, Jn. de (d. 1420), 71
-, Maud, m. Sir Ives FitzWarin, 34
-, Reginald de, 71, 77–8
-, Ric. de, 70–1
-, Wm. de, 71
-, fam., 34, 71

Armingford hundred, 1–3, 2, 17, 69, 83, 104, 144
-, cts., 1, 126
-, hearth tax, 268–72

Armitage, —, architect, 70

Armstrong, fam., 52

Army, Queen's Division training depot, 14

Arneborough, fam., 117

Arnold:
-, Agnes, w. of Jn., 256
-, Agnes, w. of Jn. (another), 256
-, Jn. (fl. 1279–94), 256, 261, 263–4
-, Jn. (fl. 1346), 256
-, fam., 264

Arrington:
-, Bridge, 143
-, poor law union, see Caxton and Arrington
-, vicar, 41; and see Lilley, Hen.

Arundel, earl of, see Fitzalan, Ric.

Ashburner, Thos., vicar of Wendy, 141

Ashwell:
-, Peter of, 101
-, Wm. of, 100–1

Ashwell (Herts.), 63, 109, 112, 121 ch., 109
-, sch., 123

Ashwell Street, 2, 12–13, 49, 54–5, 59, 62, 67–8, 83, 97, 111–12, 155, 238

Asplen:
-, Wm. Ward, 169, 172–3
-, W. J. W., 169
-, fam., 172, 177

assarting, 117

assize of bread and of ale, 8–9, 23, 39, 62, 78, 92–3, 106, 120, 133, 139, 148, 152, 161, 173, 190, 202, 216, 224, 234, 244–5, 261

Athelstan, s. of King Ethelred, 112

Athelwold, bp. of Winchester, 196

Atkins (Atkyns), Wal., vicar of Guilden and Steeple Morden and Litlington, 64, 122

Atkinson, Wm., 228

Atlas Stone Co., 92

Attleburgh (Norf.), 167

Aubigny:
-, Christine de, m. Peter de la Stane, 230
-, Isabel de, 230
-, Joan de, 230
-, Sim. de, 230
-, Wm. de, 230

Audley:
-, Hugh, earl of Gloucester, 55
-, Marg., see Clare
-, fam., 35

Aumale:
-, count and ctss. of, see Forz
-, honor of, 251

Austin:
-, Arthur, 224
-, Rob., 159
-, Wm., 266–7
-, fam., 224

Australia, 22, 38, 106, 162, 173, 233, 249

Austria, 202

Avenel:
-, Jn. (d. by 1302), 100
-, Jn. (d. 1359), 100
-, Jn. (d. 1382), 100
-, Rob., 100
-, Wm., 100
-, fam., 100

Avice, dau. of Rob. the chamberlain, m. — Engaine, 136

Ayloffe:
-, Anne, see Sterne
-, Sir Benj., 67
-, Guicciardine, 69
-, Hen., 69
-, Jas. (fl. 1650), 69, 84
-, Jas. (fl. 1691), 69
-, Jn., 69
-, Thos. (fl. 1656), 69
-, Thos. (fl. 1691), 69
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1627), 69, 84
-, Wm. (d. 1691), 69, 80, 82, 84, 94
-, Wm. (fl. 1691), 69

Ayre, Rob., 129

B.

B.O.C.M. Silcock, 160

B.P. (Nutrition), U.K. Ltd., 190

Babraham, 166–7, 228

Bacchus (Backhouse):
-, Bart., 255
-, Edm., 255
-, Jn., 255
-, Wm., vicar of Meldreth, archdeacon of Canterbury, 94
-, fam., 255

Backhouse, see Bacchus

Bacon:
-, Sir Edm., 138
-, Jn., 11
-, Mary, see Kemp
-, fam., 240

Bagnaria, Manuel de, rector of Foxton, 174

Baker:
-, Beatrice, see Castell
-, Jn., 191
-, Leonard, 44
-, Wm., 233

Baldock, Wm., 70

Baldock (Herts.), 17, 24, 54–9, 97, 106

Baldry, Thos., 101

Baldwin, count of Guisnes, 256 his w., see Christine

Baldwin son of Ernis, 77

Baldwin, Wm., 131

Balsham, Hugh of, bp. of Ely, 174, 241, 245

Bangle, fam., 199

Banks (Bankes):
-, Alex. de, 86
-, Eustace de, 167
-, Geof. de, 167, 169
-, Isabel de, m. Rob. Mortimer, 167
-, Jn. (d. 1619), 221, 227
-, Jn. (fl. 1634), 221
-, Priscilla, w. of Jn., 221
-, Ralph de, 98
-, Rob. de (d. by 1223), 86
-, (or Baunz) Rob. (fl. 1302), 86
-, Sibyl de, w. of Rob., 86
-, Thos. de (fl. 1279), 170
-, Thos. (fl. 1750), 212
-, Wm. de (d. after 1205), 167
-, Wm. de (d. after 1228), 167
-, fam., 170, 225

Bannockburn, battle of, 180

Baptist Assembly, General, 81

Baptists, 28, 81, 96, 135, 151, 177, 193, 206, 218–19, 236–7, 265–6

Barbados, 144

Barber, Nic., and his w. Isabel, 197

Barclay, Perkins and Co. of Cambridge, 92

Barham, see Linton

Barker, Jean Alys, Baroness Trumpington, 251

Barking (Essex), abbey, 251

Barkway (Herts.), 17

Barley (Herts.), 180
-, vicar, see Dobbinson

Barmere (engineering co.), 161

Barne:
-, Rob., 255
-, Wm., 255

Barnes, see J. E. K. Barnes Engineering

Barnwell, Jn., vicar of Trumpington and of Haslingfield, 263–4

Barnwell, in Cambridge:
-, fair, 185
-, priory, 39–40, 101–2, 107, 133, 182–3, 191, 262
-, canons, 133, 191
-, estates, 34, 72, 101, 103, 105, 130–1, 181, 252
-, patronage, 39, 133, 191
-, prior, 108, 140, 191

Baron:
-, Anna Maria, m. Thos. Clamtree, 252
-, Cath., w. of Jn., 252
-, Jn. (d. 1630), 252, 255, 259–60, 265
-, Jn. (d. c. 1708), 252
-, Jn. (d. 1751), 252
-, Ric. (d. 1558), 259
-, Ric. (d. c. 1659), 252
-, Rob., 210
-, Wm. (fl. 1539), 259
-, Wm. (fl. 1558), 259
-, fam., 254, 259, 265, 267

Barrington:
-, Agnes of, w. of Nic., 242–3, 245
-, Gilb. of, 158
-, Giles of, 182
-, Humph., 242
-, Joan, see Cailly
-, Jn. (d. c. 1346), 251
-, Jn. (fl. 1347, another), 251
-, Jn. (d. c. 1426), 242
-, Jn. (d. 1537), 242
-, Jn. Shales, 114
-, Nic. of (fl. 1228), 242, 245
-, Nic. of (d. before 1274), 242
-, Nic. (d. c. 1330), 242, 245
-, Nic. (fl. 1373), 242
-, Nic. (d. 1505), 242
-, Nic. (d. 1515), 242
-, Thos. (d. 1472), 242
-, Thos. (fl. 1558), 242
-, fam., 158, 242

Barrington:
-, ind., 67
-, man., 158, 167
-, mill, 166, 173
-, nonconf., 42, 247
-, vicar of, see Finch, Thos.

Barrow:
-, Isaac (d. 1617), 197
-, Isaac (fl. 1617), 197

Barton, deanery, 174, 263

Bassingbourn:
-, Sir Baldwin of, 9
-, Edm. of, 15–16, 23, 85
-, Emma of, m. Laurence de Seymour, 16
-, Humph. of, rector of Bassingbourn, archdeacon of Salisbury, 25
-, Isabel, w. of Warin, m. 2 Wal. (or Wm.) of Brompton, 85
-, Jn., 15, 27
-, Marg., w. of Sir Warin, 15, 27
-, Miriette of, 85
-, Warin of (d. c. 1192), steward of honor of Richmond, sheriff of Cambs., 15
-, Warin of (d. 1229), 15, 85
-, Warin of (d. 1269), 15–16, 19, 71, 85, 138
-, Warin of (d. 1322 or 1323), 5
-, Sir Warin of (d. c. 1334), 15–16, 85
-, Sir Warin of (d. 1348), sheriff of Cambs., 5, 8, 138
-, Sir Warin (fl. 1344–59), 15, 27
-, Sir Warin of (d. 1369, another), 5, 9, 15 n
-, Wimar (Wihomarc) of, 15
-, fam., 16, 85

Bassingbourn, 1–2, 6, 12–30, 49, 55, 61, 112, 136, 141
-, adv., 24–5
-, agric., 3, 12, 18–23, 60
-, almsho., 30
-, chap., 53
-, chaplains, 26
-, char., 27, 30
-, ch., 12, 15, 16, 18, 24–9, 27, 53, 96, 138, 149
-, Church End, 13
-, cts., 23–4
-, curates, 26
-, dom. archit., 13, 97
-, East End, 13
-, fair, 13–14, 23
-, farms, 13, 15, 17–18, 21–2
-, Fen, 12, 20, 23
-, fields, 20–1
-, glebe, 18–22, 25, 53
-, guilds, 26, 28, 145
-, hearth tax, 269–71, 272 n
-, inc., 3, 12, 14–18, 20–1, 24–6, 52–3
-, ind., 3, 12, 14, 23
-, inns, 13
-, man., 14–26, 37, 50–1, 85, 99 ho., 12, 15–17
-, mkt., 23
-, mills, 19, 22–3
-, nonconf., 11, 13, 26–9, 42, 65, 81, 96
-, North End, 12–13, 20, 28
-, par. officers, 23–4, 26
-, persons from, 69, 113–14
-, poor relief, 24, 26
-, pop., 12
-, recreation ground, 13
-, rectors, 20, 24–5; and see Jones, C. A.; Tatton
-, rectory, 18–22, 24–5, 28–9, 53, 140 ho., 18
-, roads, 12, 24
-, sch., 12, 28–9, 42, 54, 66, 135, 142, 151
-, Shadborough (Shadbury End), 12–13
-, South End, 12–13, 23, 28
-, streams, 12
-, tithes, 18, 20–1, 24–5
-, town land, 24, 26, 30
-, vicarage, 18, 25–6, 29 ho., 25–6
-, vicars, 15, 22, 25–7, 29, 53–4; and see Holcroft
-, village coll., 12, 29, 96, 110, 123, 151
-, village green, 23–4
-, workhouse, 24

Bassingbourn Gas Co., 13

Bassingbourn Iron Works, 23

Bath:
-, Sydney, 125–6, 139
-, W., 125
-, fam., 126

Bath, earl of, see Bourchier, Jn.

Bath, 5, 255

Bathurst:
-, Edm., vicar of Trumpington and of Bottisham, 264
-, Theodore, vicar of Thriplow, 246

Batley (Yorks. W.R.), 235

Baunz, Rob., see Banks

Baynard:
-, Maud, see Huntingfield
-, Rob., 129

Bays, Wm., 66

Baythorne (Essex), 84

Beach:
-, Alan of, 100
-, Ellen of, 100
-, Everard of, sheriff of Cambs., 100–1
-, Gilb. of, 100
-, Jn. of, 100
-, Peter of (d. by 1233), 100
-, Peter of (fl. 1235), 100–1
-, Rob. of, 100
-, fam., 100

Beatrice, dau. of Rob. the chamberlain, m. 1 Ric. de Cormeilles, 2 Rob. de Lisle, 137

Beauchamp:
-, Beatrice de, 130
-, Pain de, 130
-, Rose de, w. of Pain, 130
-, fam., 130

Beaufort:
-, Edm., duke of Somerset, 14
-, Jn., duke of Somerset, 14
-, Marg., m. Edm. Tudor, earl of Richmond, 14, 16, 50, 88

Beaufu:
-, Mabel de, m. Jn. of Trumpington, 254
-, Sir Ralph de, 254
-, Rog. de, 254
-, Sarah de, w. of Wm., 254
-, (formerly Trumpington), Wm. de, 254

Beaumont:
-, Chas., vicar of Stapleford, 235
-, J. F., 150
-, Wm., vicar of Stapleford, 235
-, fam., 148

Bec, Theobald of, abp. of Canterbury, 203

Becket, Thos., abp. of Canterbury, 204

Beddell, Mr., 127

Bedford:
-, duke of, see Lancaster
-, earl of, see Russell, Francis

Bedford, barony of, 130
-, cts., 132

Bedfordshire, 43, 97–8, 127–8, 132, 253; and see Biggleswade; Bushmead; Cainhoe; Chicksands; Dunstable; Dunton; Eaton Socon; Hatley, Cockayne; Potton; Stratton; Warden; Wrestlingworth

Beeston, Ric., 117

Beldam:
-, Chas., 18
-, Edw., 18
-, F. W. E., 18, 22
-, Jos. (d. 1765), 18
-, Jos. (d. 1804), 18, 21
-, Jos. (d. c. 1830), 18, 21
-, Valentine (d. 1733), 17–18
-, Valentine (d. 1875), 18, 159
-, fam., 18, 21

Beldam-Johns:
-, Edith, w. of Fred. M., 156
-, Fred. M., 156–7, 160
-, Mrs., see Nash Woodham

Belet:
-, Ralph, 137
-, Sibyl, see Cormeilles

Belgae, the, 227

Belhus Hill, see Abington Pigotts

Bell, fam., 148

bell founders, see Derby

bell foundries, see London

Bellamy, Wm., 17

Bendyshe:
-, Jn. (d. 1855), 167, 172
-, Jn. (d. 1865), 167–8
-, Capt. J. N., 168
-, Ric. (d. 1825), 167
-, Ric. (d. 1914), 167–8
-, Sarah, m. Jn. Pyke, 84
-, Thos. (d. 1710), 167
-, Thos. (fl. 1751), 167
-, fam., 168, 172, 200

Bening, see Benning

Bennett (Bennet):
-, Jas., 87
-, R. H. A., 167
-, fam., 58, 166–7
-, arms, 163

Benning (Bening):
-, Ambrose (d. 1720), 239–40
-, Ambrose (d. 1730), 239
-, Ambrose (d. 1819), 239–40, 243
-, Eliz., see Swan
-, Wm. (fl. 1762), 197
-, Wm. (d. 1792, another), 239
-, fam., 247

Bentham, Jas., vicar of Stapleford, 235

Bentley:
-, Joan, w. of Jn., m. 2 Thos. Watson, 17
-, Jn., 17
-, Ric., 17

Beorhtnoth, Ealdorman, 196, 239, 251
-, his w., see Aelfflaed

Bere, Ric. de la, 256

Bereford:
-, Agnes, 34
-, Sir Baldwin, 34
-, Edm., 34, 40
-, Joan, m. Sir Gilb. Chelsfield, 34–5
-, Marg., 34–5
-, Wm., 34
-, fam., 34

Berkhamstead, Jas. of, rector of Fowlmere, canon of Beverley, dean of Wallingford, 162

Berkshire, see Wallingford; Windsor

Berley:
-, Alan of (fl. 1274), 6
-, Alan of (d. by 1346), 6
-, Alan (fl. 1358), 6
-, Alice of, w. of Alan, 6
-, Wm. of, 6, 9

Berners, Ralph de, 201

Bernham, Jn., 210

Berridge, Jn., 193, 236, 247

Berry:
-, Butler, vicar of Thriplow, of Foxton, and of Chrishall, 175, 246
-, Jos. Wal., vicar of Foxton, 175

Bethell, Anne, see Sandys

Beverley (Yorks. E.R.), 102
-, canon of, see Berkhamstead

Bevis, fam., 188

Bibois:
-, Alan, 7
-, Ric. (fl. 1235), 6
-, Ric. (fl. 1279), 7
-, Ric. (fl. 1315, ? another), 7
-, fam., 7

bicycle makers, 23, 189, 234

Bidwells, surveyors and auctioneers, 261

Biggleswade (Beds.), 31, 128

Bigot, Sir Bart., 101

Birds, Royal Society for the Protection of (R.S.P.B.), 155

Bishop, see Enveyse

Black Peak, see Melbourn

Blacket:
-, Jn., 32
-, Marg., see Heron

Bland, fam., 250

Blaney, Hen., 91

Blois, Hen. of, bp. of Winchester, 4, 16, 112

Bluet:
-, Cath., see Bures
-, Phil., 50

Blund, Agnes, 145

Blythe's benefaction, see Clare College

Blyton:
-, Margery, m. Jn. Wimbish, 168
-, Mary, see Engaine
-, Wm., 168

Boef, Jn., 16

Bohemia, Anne of, see Anne

Bohun, Marg., ctss. of Hereford, 34

Bokenham, Marg., 34

Bolnest:
-, Geo., 58
-, Jn. (d. 1556), 21
-, Jn. (d. 1605), 58
-, Thos. (fl. 1600), 50
-, Thos. (fl. 1616, ? another), 58
-, Thos. (fl. 1648, another), 58
-, Wm., 20–1, 50
-, fam., 17–18, 21, 58

Bolton, O. G., rector of Fowlmere, vicar of Thriplow, 246

Bond, Hen., 229

Bonnett, Hannah, 71

boon works, see works, villeins'

Bosden, Edw., 166

Boston (Mass., U.S.A.), 135

Bosworth (Leics.), battle of, 71

Boteler, see Butler

Bottisham, 266
-, vicar, see Bathurst, Edm.

Boulogne, count of, see Eustace

Boulogne, honor of, 4, 16, 35, 101–2, 112–13, 115, 256
-, steward of, 120

Bourchier:
-, Jn., earl of Bath, 124
-, Marg., see Kitson

Bourn (Bourne):
-, Almar of, 32, 44
-, Ant., 240
-, Joan of, 46
-, Jn. of (d. by 1329), 44
-, Jn. of (fl. 1329), 44
-, Jn. (or Joan) of, (fl. 1341, ? another), 46
-, Jn. of (fl. 1380), 44
-, Ric. of, 44
-, Sim. of (fl. 1252), 44
-, Sim. of (fl. c. 1329), 44
-, fam., 44, 46

Bourn, 149, 197
-, barony of, 31, 98, 100, 128, 180
-, man., 44

Bourn Bridge, in Great Abington, Little Abington, and Pampisford, 238

Boutle, Mrs., 145 n

Bovey, Ralph, 33
-, his w., 33

Bowen, Miss M. A., 86, 92

Bowlys, Jn., 79

Bowman, Ric., 100, 105

Bowyer:
-, (or Turner), Jn., 255
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1544), alderman and mayor of London, 255
-, Wm. (fl. 1595), 255

Boxted (Essex), 180

Boxworth, Thos. of, 101

Boxworth, 32, 57, 217, 225

Boyd, R. H., vicar of Bassingbourn, 26–7

Bradfield, Wm., see FitzRalph

Bradstreet, Sam., vicar of Tadlow, 134

Braiboc:
-, Christine, see Ledet
-, Hen., 70 n

Braintree (Essex), 58

Brakyn, Thos., 191

Brampton:
-, Hen., rector of Fowlmere, vicar of Foxton, 162, 175
-, Jn., 161

Bran (or Heydon) ditch, 67, 152, 155

Brand:
-, Thos. (d. 1770), 72
-, Thos., Ld. Dacre (d. 1851), 72, 158–60
-, Thos. Wm., Vct. Hampden, 72, 158

Brasley bridge, see Trumpington

Braybrook (Northants.), 70

Brereton, Thos., vicar of Steeple Morden, 122

Brescy:
-, Geof. de, 115
-, Guy de, 113
-, Jn. de (d. c. 1335), 113, 120–1
-, Jn. de (fl. 1344), 113
-, Jn. de (fl. 1344, another), 113–14
-, Ric. de (d. by 1220), 113
-, Ric. de (fl. 1257), 113
-, Rob. de, 113
-, fam., 115–16

Breton:
-, Jn. le, 116, 180
-, Wm. le, 180
-, fam., 180

brewing and breweries, 9, 13, 84, 92, 154, 215–16, 224

brick making, 39, 106, 189, 216

Bridge:
-, Jn., 183
-, Marg., see Hurrell
-, Thos., see Little

Briggs:
-, Wm., 173
-, fam., 173

Brightwell, fam., 172

Brinkley, 255

Briscoe, fam., 45

Bristol, bp. of, see Mansell, Wm.

British Land Co., 13

Brittany:
-, Jn. of, duke of Brittany, earl of Richmond (d. 1286), 14
-, Jn. of, duke of Brittany, earl of Richmond (d. 1305), 25
-, Jn. of, earl of Richmond (d. 1334), 25
-, Jn. of, duke of Brittany, earl of Richmond, (d. 1341), 14, 23

Brittany:
-, count of, see Dreux
-, dukes of, see Brittany
-, fee of, 32

Brock (Broc), see Brooke

Brograve:
-, Hen., 129
-, Jn. (d. 1518), 130
-, Jn. (fl. 1539), 130
-, Jn. (d. 1613), 129
-, Jn. (d. 1625), 129
-, Jn. (fl. 1630), 129
-, Marg., w. of Wm., 134
-, Wm., 130, 134

Brok, see Brooke

Brompton:
-, Alice of, m. Jn. Topcliffe, 85
-, Geo. of, 85, 137
-, Jn. of. 85, 137
-, Mabel, w. of Jn. of, 85
-, Wal. (or Wm.) of (fl. 1299), 85, 93, 137
-, Wm. of (d. c. 1303, ? another), 31, 36, 39

Brook, see Brooke

Brook End, see Steeple Morden

Brook Street, see Thriplow

Brooke (Broc, Brock, Brok, Brook):
-, Sir Hugh de, 98, 256
-, Wm. (d. 1599), 145
-, Wm. (fl. 1600), and his w. Anne, 145
-, Zachary, vicar of Hauxton cum Newton, 204
-, fam., 51

Brooke, Ld., see Greville, Sir Fulk

Browne:
-, Baldwin, 72
-, Humph., 72
-, Jn. (d. 1467), 72
-, Jn. (fl. 1712), 88
-, Lucy, m. 1 Jn. Cutts, 2 Sir Thos. Clifford, 3 Thos. Southwell, 252
-, Lucy, w. of Sir Ant., see Neville
-, Rob., 72
-, Thos. (fl. before 1450), 72
-, Thos. (fl. 1467, another), 72
-, Wistan, 72

Brunsell, Hen., canon of Ely, 183

Bruty:
-, W. G., 198
-, W. J., 198

Bryan:
-, Sir Francis, 114
-, Philippa, see Fortescue

Buchan, earl of, see Erskine, S.G.S.

Bucke:
-, Annabel, m. Ralph Wilkinson, 181
-, Cath., see Duckfield
-, Jn., 181

Buckingham, dukes of, see Stafford

Buckinghamshire, 99; and see Lavendon

Bull:
-, Sam., 28
-, fam., 183

Bumpstead, Steeple (Essex), 217–18
-, And. de (d. 1360), 50 n
-, And. de (d. 1396), 50

Bures:
-, And. de (d. 1412), 50
-, And. de (fl. 1426), 50
-, Cath. de, w. of And., m. 2 Phil. Bluet, 50
-, Cecily, see Chamberlain
-, Wm. de, 50

Burgh:
-, Eliz. de, m. Lionel, duke of Clarence, 55
-, Eliz. de, w. of Jn., see Clare
-, Hawise de, see Lanvaley
-, Jn. de (d. 1274), 180
-, Jn. de (d. 1280), 180

Burgoyne, Sir Rog., 197

Burleigh:
-, Caroline, see Pyke
-, Wm., 85

Burlington Press, 173

Burman, fam., 50

Burr, Jn., 96–7

Burwell, 185, 210

Bury:
-, Eliz., w. of Ric., see Haselden
-, Haselden (d. 1624), 87
-, Haselden (fl. 1624), 87
-, his dau., 87
-, Ric., 87

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), abbey, 161

Bush:
-, Eleanor, see FitzWarin
-, Jn., 122
-, Ralph, 34
-, fam., 116

Bushmead (Beds.), priory, 252

Bussey:
-, Alice de, 257
-, Wm. de, 257
-, fam., 261

Butler(Boteler):
-, Alice, see Pitchford
-, Hen., 27
-, Sir Jn., 211
-, Marg., 182
-, Nevil, 145
-, Rob., 101
-, Wm. (fl. 1356), 182
-, Wm. (fl. 1756), 212

Buttell, Thos., 236

Butterfield:
-, Jn. Archer, 21
-, Wm., 48, 134, 265–6
-, fam., 21

Button End, see Harston

C.

Cage:
-, Adelaid, 33, 40
-, Anne, m. Hen. Slingsby, 33
-, Ant. (d. 1603), 33
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1668), 33
-, Eliz., see Slingsby
-, Sir Jn., 33–4, 40–1
-, Wm., 33, 40
-, fam., 33, 37, 40

Caieux:
-, Isabel de, see Carency
-, Wm. de (d. 1223), 112
-, Wm. de (fl. 1236), 112–13, 115
-, fam., 16

Cailly:
-, Agnes de, m. Jn. Stanes, 252
-, Cecily de, 252
-, Joan de, w. of Jn., m. 2 Jn. Barrington, 251
-, Jn. de (d. by 1259), 251–2, 262
-, Jn. de (d. 1314), 251
-, Jn. de (d. after 1325), 251–2
-, Marg. de, m. Jn. Ware, 252
-, Ralph de, 251–2
-, Sim. de (d. by 1225), 251
-, Sim. de (d. 1286 X 1302), 251, 257
-, Wm. de, 251
-, fam., 251–2, 259, 262–3

Cainhoe (Beds.), 230

Caius College, see Gonville and Caius

Calais (France), 197

Caldecote:
-, Francis, 16
-, Grace, see Haselden
-, Jas., 86
-, Joan, w. of Nic., 86
-, Jn., 86
-, Nic., 16, 86
-, Thos. (d. c. 1453), 16
-, Thos. (d. 1522), 86
-, Wm. (fl. 1522), 86
-, Wm. (fl. 1539–56, ? another), 16
-, Wm. (fl. 1580, ? another), 16
-, fam., arms, 95

Cam, or Granta, river, 152–4, 178, 187, 194–5, 198–9, 201, 207–8, 213, 220, 227–8, 236, 248–9

Cam, or Rhee, river, 1–3, 30, 67, 83, 90, 97, 103, 106, 111, 124, 126–8, 135, 139, 142, 147–8, 152–4, 165, 173, 178, 187, 194, 198–9, 201

Cam Blue Lias Lime and Cement Co. Ltd., 78, 92

Cam Portland Cement Co., 92

Cambridge, 7, 39, 81, 154, 201, 209, 217, 225, 235, 248–50, 261
-, Addenbrooke's Hosp., 250
-, alderman, see Riste
-, Austin friary, friar of, 191
-, castle, 56
-, ch.:
-, All Saints in the Jewry, 141
-, Great St. Mary's, 115
-, St. Benet's, 95
-, city, 152, 207, 262
-, council, 250, 267
-, classis, see Cambridgeshire Presbyterian association
-, commuters to, 67, 216, 224, 244, 261
-, education authority, 219, 266
-, foundation of Edw. Story, 69
-, Hobson's conduit, 207, 252
-, hosp., 209; and see Cambridge: St. John's
-, mkt., 116, 160, 258
-, nonconf., 266
-, Perse sch., 16, 267
-, persons from, 15, 57, 155, 173, 183, 195, 198, 201–2, 222, 226, 228, 230, 250–1, 255, 257
-, roads to:
-, from Biggleswade, 31, 128
-, from Chesterford, 208, 228
-, from Colchester, 207
-, from Haverhill, 207–8, 228, 248
-, from Fowlmere, 238
-, from London, 156, 195
-, from Royston, 67–8, 77, 166, 178–9, 185, 249
-, from Trumpington, 248, 264
-, St. John's hosp., 245
-, St. Radegund's priory, 58, 211 estates, 58, 252
-, sch., 266; and see Cambridge: Perse sch.
-, university, 43, 45, 207
-, colleges, 26, 175, 204. 260; and see Cavendish; Christ's; Clare; Corpus Christi; Downing; Emmanuel; Gonville and Caius; Gonville Hall; Homerton; Jesus; King's; King's Hall; Michaelhouse; Peterhouse; Queen's; St. Cathatine's; St. John's; Sidney Sussex; Trinity; Trinity Hall
-, Library, 26; librarian, see Power
-, polo club, 250
-, professors, see Grote; Selwyn, Wm.
-, vice-chancellor, see Wells, Wm. and see Barnwell

Cambridge Particular Baptists, 236

Cambridge Preservation Society, 231

Cambridgeshire:
-, county council, 3, 15, 17–18, 51, 56, 58, 61, 69, 77, 88, 100–2, 106, 113, 119, 126, 144, 169, 181, 188, 209, 215, 229, 237
-, Id. lieutenant, see Hurrell, G.T.
-, M.P.s, see Haselden, Ric. and Thos., Osborne, Ld. Francis Godolphin; Pickering, Sir Hen.; Pigott, Granado
-, sheriffs, 107, 152, 173, 198; and see Aldred, Edw.; Bassingbourn, Sir Warin of; Beach, Everard of; Engaine, Sir Jn.; Hamon; Haselden, Thos.; Hereward; Moyne, Jn. le; Picot; Pigott, Thos.
-, bailiff of, 261
-, South Cambridgeshire:
-, district, 9, 24, 39, 46, 53, 63, 79, 93, 107, 120, 126, 133, 140, 148, 161, 174, 191, 202, 217, 224, 234, 245
-, R.D., 9, 24, 39, 46, 53, 63, 79, 93, 107, 120, 126, 133, 140, 148, 156, 161, 166, 174, 216– 17, 224, 245

Cambridgeshire Cottage Improvement Society, 228

Cambridgeshire Naturalists' Trust, 229, 239

Cambridgeshire Presbyterian association (Cambridge classis), 10, 64, 79, 141, 162

Camoys:
-, Sir Jn. de, 98
-, fam., 98

Campbell:
-, Frances Maria Sophia, see Pemberton
-, (later Pemberton), W. H., see Pemberton

Campion, fam., 168–9

Campkin:
-, J. and W., 78
-, S., 78

Camps, Shudy, 183

Camtiles (manufacturers), 201

Canada, 38, 162
-, metropolitan of, see Fulford

Canon, Rob., 101

Canterbury:
-, abps., see Bec; Becket; Kilwardby; Laud; Pecham; Stigand; Winchilsey
-, archdeacon, see Backhouse, Wm.

Canute, King, 196

Cape, Chris., vicar of Meldreth, 94

Caperoun, Wm., 114

Cardross, Ld., see Erskine, S.G.S.

Carency:
-, Ildebert de, 112, 115
-, Isabel de, m. Wm. de Caieux, 112

Carey:
-, Dorothy, w. of Valentine, 211
-, Ernest, 211
-, Valentine, bp. of Exeter, 211

Carlisle, bp. of, see Halton, Jn.

Carr, E. T. S., rector of Little Shelford and fellow etc. of St. Catharine's Coll., 225

Carter, Thos., vicar of Thriplow, 246

Carthew:
-, Emily, see Pyke
-, Morden, 85

Cartwright:
-, Jn., 145
-, Thos., 145

Carver:
-, F.C., 148
-, W.C., 76–7

Castell:
-, Beatrice, w. of Thos., m. 2 Leonard Baker, 44
-, Constance, w. of Rob., 48
-, Edm., 44
-, Rob. (d. by 1505), 44–5
-, Rob. (d. 1630), 44, 48, 134
-, Rob. (d. by 1636), 44
-, Rob. (fl. 1661), 44, 49, 135
-, Thos. (d. 1539), 44–5
-, Thos. (d. 1558), 44
-, fam., 45, 48, 131, 133

Castile, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

Castle Combe, see Combe

Castleacre, Sir Wm., 70

Cater, Sam., 247

Catte, Jn., rector of Little Shelford, 226

cattle, 3, 8, 20, 36–8, 60–1, 75–7, 90–1, 103, 105–6, 116, 119, 125–6, 131–2, 139, 146–7, 158–9, 171, 184, 187–8, 199–200, 212– 13, 215, 223–4, 232, 242, 244, 259–60

Caumpe, fam., 60

Caus (Cauz):
-, Isabel, 101
-, Ric., 101
-, Rog. de, 257

Cavell, Thos., 86, 89, 94

Cavendish:
-, Wm. (fl. 1417), 158
-, Wm., duke of Devonshire (d. 1729), 102
-, Wm., duke of Devonshire (d. 1811), 102

Cavendish College, Camb., 267

Cawdray, Ric., dean of St. Martin'sle-Grand, rector of Bassingbourn, 25

Caxton:
-, Alice, w. of Rob. of, 70
-, Amphelise of, m. Niel of Radwell, 70
-, Geof. of, 70
-, Jn. of, and his w. Joan, 70
-, Rob. of, 70

Caxton, 41, 193

Caxton and Arrington poor law union, 39, 46, 133

Cecilia, m. Ric. s. of Ralph, 158

cement, manufacture of, 3, 67, 83, 92, 173, 216

Chamber:
-, Jn., 99
-, Rog., 99

Chamberlain:
-, Anne, see Harling
-, Cecily, m. And. de Bures, 50
-, Eliz., see Alington
-, Jn. (d. c. 1294), 50
-, Jn. (d. 1310), 50
-, Jordan, 50, 52
-, Martin (Martin the chamberlain, fl. 1235), 50, 146
-, Martin (d. after 1322), 50–1
-, Ralph, 71, 88
-, Wm. (d. c. 1351), 50
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1462), 167
-, Wm. (d. 1666), canon of Windsor, rector of Orwell, 149
-, fam., 50–1, 75

chamberlain, see George; Niel; Odo; Robert; William

Channel Islands, 113
-, governor of, see Cheyney, Sir Edm.

chantries, see Clopton; Meldreth; Morden, Guilden; Morden, Steeple; Shelford, Great

chaplain, Peter the, see Peter

Chaplyn:
-, Jn., 252, 259, 261–2, 267
-, Thos., 252
-, fam., 254, 258

Chapman:
-, (later Green), Edw., see Green Jn., 244
-, Mat., vicar of Tadlow, 134–5
-, W.H., vicar of Bassingbourn, 26
-, Wm., see Felton
-, fam., 172

Chard (Som.), 88, 91

Charlton:
-, Eliz., see Fraunceys
-, Joyce, m. Jn., Ld. Tiptoft, 192
-, Sir Ric., 211, 256
-, Sir Thos., 256

Chaston, F. F., 215

Chatteris abbey, 166, 171, 173–4, 240
-, abbess, 152, 171, 173, 240, 244
-, estates, 166, 169–71, 173

Chaucer, Geof., 201, 261

Chaworth:
-, Eve de, m. Sir Rob. Tiptoft, 180, 190, 192
-, Payn de, 180
-, Thos., 211

Cheeke:
-, Anne, m. Sir Thos. Tipping, 125
-, Letitia, see Russell
-, Sir Thos., 125

Cheeswright, Jn., vicar of Melbourn and of Wisbech St. Peter, 79

Chelsfield:
-, Anne, 35
-, Sir Gilb., 34–5
-, Joan, m. Thos. Loundres, 35

chemical ind., 154, 202; and see Fisons Ltd.

Cheshire, see Chester

Chester:
-, Edw., 72
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1574), 64, 72, 84, 89, 145
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1640), 72, 75
-, Rob. (fl. 1705–22), 102
-, fam., 72

Chester, 180

Chesterford, Great (Essex), 208, 228

Chesterton:
-, poor law union, 191, 202, 216, 224, 234, 262
-, R.D., 191, 202, 216, 224, 234, 262

chevage, 90, 198

Cheyney (Cheyne):
-, Anne, m. Sir Jn. Willoughby, 113
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1376), governor of Channel Islands, 113, 116
-, Edm., (d. 1430), 113
-, Eliz., see Alington
-, Nic. de, 113, 120
-, Sir Ralph, 113
-, Sir Wm. de (d. 1269), 113, 116, 120
-, Wm. (d. 1345), 113
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1420), 113
-, Wm. (fl. 1485, d. by 1501, ?more than one), 5, 50, 71, 88

Chicheley:
-, Alice, see Clopton
-, Anne, w. of Thos., m. 2 Thos. St. John, 137
-, Clement, 137
-, Eliz., w. of Hen., 137
-, Hen. (d. 1490), 137
-, Hen. (d. 1518), 137
-, Thos. (d. 1558), 35, 40, 137, 146
-, Thos. (d. 1592), 130, 137
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1616), 130, 138, 146
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1699), 136, 138, 140
-, Wm., 137

Chichester, bp. of, see Rickinghale

Chicksands (Beds.), priory, 130–3

Chidiock:
-, Eleanor, see FitzWarin
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1415), 34
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1450), 34
-, fam., 34

Childe:
-, Alice, m. Jn. Hutton, 158
-, Thos., 158

Childerley, Wm., 36

Childerley, 35, 252

Chilford hundred, 4

Chishill, Great and Little (formerly Essex), 81, 152 n., 164

Chiswick (Cheeswick) End, see Meldreth

Chivers, Jn., 182

Cholmondeley, earl of, his chaplain, see Hogg

Chrishall (Essex), 155
-, vicar, see Berry, Butler

Chrishall Grange, see Fowlmere

Christian, Ewan, 150, 176, 236

Christine, m. Baldwin, count of Guisnes, 256

Christmas, fam., 117

Christ's College, Camb., 83, 87–8, 90, 92
-, estates, 50–2, 58, 62, 83, 87–8, 93, 146–8, 158–60
-, fellows, 95; and see Fuller, Geo.; Harrington; Walls

Church:
-, Jn., 16–17
-, Rob. at, 32
-, Capt., 210

Church Patronage Society, 140

Cistercians, see Odsey: grange; Warden: abbey

Clack, Thos., 108

Clamtree:
-, Anna Maria, see Baron
-, Thos., 252

Clare:
-, Amice, see Amice
-, Eliz. de, m. Jn. de Burgh, 55, 63
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester, 64
-, Marg. de, m. Hugh Audley, later earl of Gloucester, 55
-, Marg. de, m. Wm. de Munfitchet, 157
-, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester, 58, 63
-, fam., 55, 63

Clare:
-, honor of, 9, 62, 84, 92, 100, 128 cts., 9, 106–7, 130, 133

Clare College, Camb., 63, 66
-, Blythe's benefaction, 63
-, fellows, 64–5; and see Holcroft; Negus
-, masters, 61; and see Swinburne; Webb
-, patronage, 63–4

Clarence, duke of, see George

Clark:
-, Anne, see Radcliffe
-, Anne Millicent, m. E. H. DelméRadcliffe, 57
-, Eliz., 110
-, Sir Francis, 166
-, Lucy, w. of Jn., 87
-, Rob., 87
-, fam., 215
-, and see Clarke; Clerk

Clarke:
-, J.P., 22
-, fam., 22, 260
-, and see Clark; Clerk

Clay:
-, C. F., 221
-, C. H., 221
-, C. J., 222
-, Jn. (fl. 1500), vicar of Steeple Morden, 121
-, Jn. (fl. 1937), 222

Clear:
-, Ann, 91
-, Eliz., 91
-, Francis Jn., 82
-, Hen., 91
-, Jn., 92
-, Wm. (fl. 1820), 91
-, Wm. (fl. 1830, ? another), 223
-, W. W., 82
-, fam., 17, 22

Clement:
-, Alice, 182
-, Hugh, 182, 184
-, Rob. (fl. before 1200), 182
-, Rob. (d. c. 1220), 182
-, Rob. (d. by 1344), 182
-, Wal., 182
-, Wm., 182

Clerk:
-, Eliz., w. of Jn., 136
-, Jn. (fl. 1427), 136
-, Jn. (fl. 1427, another), 136
-, Thos., 136–7
-, and see Clark; Clarke

Clifden, Vct., see Agar-Robartes

Clifford:
-, Lucy, see Browne
-, Sir Thos., 252

Clopton:
-, Alice, m. Hen. Chicheley, 35, 137
-, Geof., 44
-, Gillian, w. of Wm., 35, 40
-, Hugh, 35–6, 39, 44, 129, 131
-, Jn., 44
-, Maud, 35
-, Rob. (d. 1448), alderman and mayor of London, 34–5, 40, 137, 139
-, Rob. (d. 1471), 35
-, Wm. (d. after 1501), 35–6, 40
-, fam., 36

Clopton, 1–3, 30–42, 43
-, adv., 40
-, agric., 36–7
-, chant., 40
-, chaplains, 40
-, ch., 30, 40–2
-, farms, 30
-, fields, 36
-, glebe, 36, 40
-, inc., 30, 36–7, 40
-, mkt., 30
-, man., 17, 30–1, 33–6, 38–40, 44 ho., 30, 35–6, 40
-, mills, 38
-, pop., 30
-, rectors, 36, 40
-, rectory, 36, 40
-, ho., 40–1
-, Rom. rem., 30
-, tithes, 120–1
-, Wilds, 36
-, and see Croydon cum Clopton

Clopton (Northants.), 34

Cloville:
-, Eustace, 240
-, Francis, 240
-, Hen. (d. 1513), 240
-, Sir Hen. (fl. 1611), 240
-, Jn., 240
-, Wm., 240

coal, distribution of, 39, 66, 82, 96, 110, 135, 140, 151, 161, 174, 177, 191, 202, 207, 219, 238, 248, 267

coal clubs, 39

Cobbe:
-, Eleanor, see Fraunceys
-, Geof., 33

Cock, Jn., vicar of Hauxton cum Newton, 203

Cockayne:
-, Chad, 130
-, Jn., 130

Cockayne Hatley, see Hatley, Cockayne

Cocket, Jn., vicar of Melbourn, 79

Coggeshall (Essex), abbey, 72

Colchester:
-, E. C., 216
-, Wm., 22–3, 119

Colchester (Essex), 207, 252
-, archdeacon of, see Wells, Wm.
-, St. Botolph's priory, 197
-, St. John's abbey, 180

Coleman:
-, J. M., 157
-, Jn. (fl. 1302), 137
-, (or Wodehouse), Jn. (fl. 1347), 137

Collier:
-, Hen. (d. 1870), 231, 233
-, Hen. (d. 1933), 231
-, Ric. (d. 1751), 231
-, Ric. (fl. 1812), 231
-, Sarah, m. Jn. Peter Allix, 230
-, Tregonwell, 231, 233
-, Wm. (d. 1787), vicar of Stapleford and of Swaffham Bulbeck, 230, 235
-, Wm. (d. 1935), 229, 231, 234, 236–7
-, fam., 231, 233

Colmworth, Nic., 101

Colonna, fam., 121

Colswein (fl. 1086), 73, 89, 145

Colton, Hen. de, 73

Colville:
-, Sir Hen., 129
-, Maud, see Huntingfield
-, Sir Phil., 129

Colyn, Jn., 205

Combe, Castle (Wilts.), 181

Comes, Jn., 242

common, rights of, 8–9, 20–1, 59–60, 76, 90–1, 103, 105, 131, 139–40, 147, 159, 171, 187–8, 199–200, 212–13, 223, 231–2, 259
-, allotments for, 21, 61, 63, 105, 118, 164, 172, 175, 188, 191, 200, 213, 217, 233, 260, 267
-, regulation of, 20–1, 60, 75–6, 90–1, 103, 105, 117, 131, 159, 171, 188, 212–13, 232, 244, 259
-, and see intercommoning; sheepfold

Conan, Count, ld. of Richmond, 14 his w., see Margaret

Conan (fl. c. 1190), 137
-, his s., see Henry
-, his w., see Ivette

Conder:
-, Jabez, 42
-, Ric. (d. 1693), 42
-, Ric. (d. c. 1718), 42

Congregational Union, 81

Congregationalists, 42, 66, 68, 81, 85, 96, 127, 151, 164, 225, 227, 247, 267

Coningsby, fam., 148

Cooke, Hen., 88

Cooper, C., 22

coprolites and coprolite digging, 3, 8–9, 12–13, 16, 22–3, 38–9, 52, 54, 61, 67, 78, 83, 92, 97, 106, 108, 112, 119, 123, 139, 143, 148, 154, 156, 160, 179, 189, 201, 216, 224, 261

Corby (Northants.), 70

Cormeilles:
-, Beatrice de, see Beatrice
-, Ric. de., 137
-, Sibyl de, m. 1 Ralph Belet, 2 Hugh Giffard, 137
-, Wal. de., 137

Corney, Jn., 212

Cornwall, 41

Corpus Christi College, Camb., 230

Cory:
-, E. W., vicar of Meldreth, 95
-, W. H., 95

Coteele, Thos., 166

Cottenham, 245

Cotton:
-, Eliz., see Honywood
-, Sir Jn., 157
-, Leonard, rector of Abington Piggotts, 10
-, Maria, m. 1 Rob. Turpin, 2 Edm. Robinson, 145
-, Rob., 157

Coulton, G. G., 208

Courtenay, Sir Peter, 100

Coventry, bp. of, see Langton, Wal.

Cox:
-, Ric., bp. of Ely, 26
-, Mr., 210
-, fam., 136

Coxall, Sam., 88

Crackenthorpe:
-, Jn., rector of Fowlmere, 162, 164
-, —, m. Benj. Wedd, 162

Cragg, Wm., rector of Abington Pigotts, 10

Creede, Geo., 130

Crisford, A. T., vicar of Great Shelford, 218

Crole, W. T., 13

Cromwell:
-, Cath., m. Sir Hen. Palaricino, 166
-, Eliz., see Steward
-, Joan, see Warren
-, Sir Oliver, 166
-, Ric., Ld. Protector, 16
-, Rob., 16

crops:
-, selected references:
-, bullymong, 20, 213
-, cabbages, 22, 52, 61, 223, 233, 260
-, cinquefoil, 21, 172, 243
-, clover, 21, 38, 46, 61, 76, 103, 139, 154, 159, 189, 259
-, coleseed, 160, 243
-, dredge, 8, 20, 89, 117, 187, 199, 212, 258
-, flax, 20, 63
-, hops, 75
-, maslin, 20, 117, 147, 185, 187, 199, 212, 258
-, mustard, 260
-, oil seed rape, 244
-, potatoes, 8, 21–2, 126, 139, 233
-, rape, 76
-, rye, 52, 59–60, 73, 75, 103, 117, 159, 170–1, 187, 200, 212–13, 242, 258–9
-, saffron, 20, 60, 75, 103, 117, 147, 154, 171–2, 187, 200, 213, 223, 232, 235, 242, 245, 258
-, sainfoin, 52, 172, 243
-, sugar beet, 22, 52, 61, 106, 119, 154, 173, 189, 201, 215, 233, 244, 260
-, trefoil, 21, 46, 52, 61, 76, 118, 159–60, 243, 259
-, turnips, 61, 76, 118, 132, 159, 172, 189, 213, 233, 243, 259
-, vegetables, 8, 38, 46, 106, 119, 154, 201, 233
-, vetches, 46, 89, 212
-, vines, 259
-, watercress, 77, 155, 160
-, rotation of, and number of fields, 2–3, 7–8, 12, 20, 30, 36–8, 45–6, 51–2, 59, 61, 73, 76, 89, 91, 97, 103, 105, 111, 116–17, 119, 132, 139, 154, 159–60, 165, 170–2, 178, 187, 189, 194, 198–200, 212–13, 215, 220, 228, 232, 239, 242–4, 248, 258–60

Crouch:
-, Bromsall, see Pyke
-, Eliz., see Pyke
-, Jn. (d. before 1689), 84
-, Jn. (d. 1738), see Pyke
-, Jn. (fl. 1738), see Pyke
-, Pyke, 84
-, Thos. (d. by 1689), 84
-, Thos. (d. 1773), see Pyke
-, fam., arms, 85

Crouchman:
-, Eliz., m. Ralph Huntingdon, 254
-, Jn., 254
-, Mary, m. 1 Jn. Winslow, 2 Thos. Holgill, 254
-, Wm. (d. by 1320), 241, 254, 259
-, Sir Wm. (d. c. 1349), 241, 254
-, Wm. (d. 1351), 254
-, Wm. (d. 1371), 254
-, Wm. (fl. 1367, another), 254

Croxton, vicar of, see Harrington

Croydon:
-, Hugh of (fl. before 1135), 39
-, Hugh of (d. by 1199), 31
-, Hugh of (d. by 1263), 31
-, Jn. of, 31, 39, 180
-, Mary of, w. of Hugh, 31
-, Phil. of, 31
-, Sibyl of, w. of Jn., m. 2 Rob. Sulman, 31, 138, 180
-, fam., 32

Croydon, 1–2, 30–42, 43, 45, 126, 128
-, adv., 39–40
-, ch., 31, 39–42, 134
-, farms, 33, 37, 132
-, fields, 36–7
-, glebe, 34, 40
-, inc., 3, 30, 37, 40
-, man., 31–4, 36, 39, 138
-, ho., 31, 33, 42
-, mills, 39
-, pop., 30
-, rectory, 34, 37, 39–41
-, ho., 41
-, tithes, 39–40
-, vicarage, 39
-, ho., 41
-, vicars, 39–40
-, Wilds, 33, 37, 39

Croydon cum Clopton, 30–42
-, adv., 40
-, agric., 30, 37–8
-, char., 42
-, ch., 40–2, 141
-, curates, 41–2
-, dom. archit., 31
-, farms, 35, 37–8
-, glebe, 41
-, hearth tax, 268–71
-, inns, 31, 39
-, nonconf., 41–2, 150, 247
-, par. officers, 39
-, poor relief, 39
-, pop., 30–1
-, rectors, 40–1
-, roads, 31
-, sch., 41–2
-, vicars, 40–1; and see Punchard
-, village green, 31
-, woodland, 30
-, and see Clopton; Croydon

Cumberland, 26

Cuming:
-, Chas., 266
-, Jas., 266

Cundall, fam., 183

Curt, Rog., and his w. Beatrice, 101

Curtis:
-, Nic., 19
-, fam., 21, 58

Curzon, Sir Jn., 50

Cusance, Gerard de, rector of Bassingbourn, 25

customs, manorial, see chevage; gersum; heriot; lark silver; leyrwite; londonlode; maltsilver; merchet; winesilver; witepund; works

Cutts:
-, Jn. (d. 1528), 252
-, Jn. (d. 1555), 252
-, Sir Jn. (d. c. 1615), 252
-, Lucy, see Browne

D.

Dacre, Ld., see Brand

Dacres:
-, Arthur, 257
-, Geo., 257
-, Rob. (d. 1543), 257
-, Rob. (fl. 1606), 257
-, Wal., 257

Dagling (Dagnell) End, see Trumpington

dairying, 3, 8, 37, 45, 60, 77, 90–1, 119, 125–6, 132, 135, 139, 142, 147–8, 154, 171, 187, 189, 201, 213, 215, 224, 244, 259–60

Dalizon, Sir Rob., preceptor of Shingay, 127

Datchworth (Herts.), 30

Dawes, Ric., vicar of Tadlow, chaplain and bursar of Downing Coll., 134

Day, Thos., vicar of Melbourn, 79–80

De Courcy-Ireland:
-, Eliz. Mildred, see Pigott
-, Magens, rector of Abington Pigotts, 5, 10
-, Montagu Geo., 5
-, —, m. — Sclater, 5

de Freville:
-, Edw. Hen. Green, 183, 210
-, Edw. Humphreys Green, 183, 210, 213

De la Warr, earls, 182

Debden (Essex), vicar of, see Totton

Deere, Ric., 37

Delmé-Radcliffe:
-, Anne Millicent, see Clark
-, E. H., 57

demesnes, leasing of, 19, 36–7, 50–1, 58, 60, 75–6, 89–90, 105, 116–17, 120, 125–6, 131, 146–7, 159, 171, 185, 199, 211–12, 229, 232, 242–3, 258–9

Denne, Hen., 193, 206, 218

Denny:
-, Ant., 257
-, Edm., 257
-, Jn., 257
-, Thos., 257

Denny, in Waterbeach:
-, Abbey, 240, 255
-, priory, 140

depopulation, 3, 30

Derby, Mic., 150

Derby, earl of, see Ferrers, Wm. de

Devon, earls of, see Redvers

Devon, 17, 235; and see Exeter

Devonshire, dukes of, see Cavendish

Dickason:
-, Jas., 57, 61
-, Jos. (d. 1793), 57
-, Jos. (d. 1825), 57
-, Jos. (fl. 1842), 76
-, fam., 23, 58, 106

Dickinson:
-, Eliz., see Petre
-, Rog., 88

Dickman, Edm., vicar of Harston and of Thriplow, 192, 246

Disborow:
-, Bruno, 146
-, Edw., 146

Ditton, Fen, 240

Dive:
-, Hugh de, 254
-, Maud de, see Waterville

Dobbinson, Thos., vicar of Bassingbourn and of Barley (Herts.), 26

Docwra:
-, Anne, see St. George
-, Jasper, 28
-, Jn., 168
-, Thos., 168

Dodds, J. J., 66

Dodkin, Sam., 28–9

Doncaster (Yorks. W.R.), 189

Donthorn, W. J., 222

Dorset, marquesses of, see Grey, fam.

Dorset, 34; and see Lyme Regis

Douglas:
-, Capt. Hen. Sholto, 157
-, H. J. S., 157
-, H. M. S., 157
-, Mary, see Mitchell

Dounebrigge, Wm., rector of Great Shelford, 217

Dove, Arthur, 88

Dover:
-, Hugh of, 98, 100
-, Maud of, see Peverel

Dover (Kent), 98, 128

Downing:
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1684), 33, 35, 41, 44–5, 47–8, 129–32
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1711), 44, 132
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1749), 38, 44–5, 99, 128
-, Sir Jacob Garrard, 44–5, 99
-, Marg., w. of Sir Jacob Garrard, 45, 47, 99
-, fam., 41, 43, 49, 130, 133–4

Downing College, Camb., 31, 43, 45, 48, 130, 133–5
-, bursar, see Dawes
-, estates, 35, 37–8, 43, 45–7, 129
-, fellows, 48, 134; and see Willetts
-, patronage, 47, 133

Downshire, marchioness of, see Sandys, Mary

Dowsing:
-, Jn., 255
-, Wm., 27, 80, 95, 122–3, 127, 141, 150, 163, 176, 192, 205, 218, 236, 247, 265

Drabble, fam., 231–2

Draner (Drayner), Thos., 115, 129

Drant, Thos., rector of East Hatley, 47

Drayner, see Draner

Dreux, Peter de, count of Brittany, earl of Richmond, 14

Duckett:
-, Jn., 102
-, Thos. (d. 1670), 98, 102
-, Thos. (d. 1676), 114
-, Thos. (fl. 1690), 114, 118
-, fam., 118

Duckfield:
-, Cath., m. Jn. Bucke, 181
-, Dan. (d. 1653), 183
-, Dan. (d. 1702), vicar of Hauxton, 183
-, Eliz., m. Chris. Fletcher, 181
-, Geo., 183
-, Jn. (d. 1584), 181, 183
-, Jn. (d. 1685), 183

Dudley, Ld., see Sutton, Edw

Dullingham, Rob., 217

Duncombe:
-, Anne, m. Jn. Robinson, 211
-, Francis, 211

Dunmow, Great (Essex), 101

Dunstable:
-, Jn., 114
-, Marg., m. 1 Ric. Hatfield, 2 Wm. Hyde, 114

Dunstable (Beds.), 108

Dunton:
-, Maud of, 138
-, Ralph of, 50, 146

Dunton (Beds.), 17

Durand (fl. 1086), 70

Durbin, F. J., vicar of Harston, 192

Durham, Francis, vicar of Melbourn, 79

Duxford, 239, 244

Dyers Green, see Whaddon

E.

Eaden, J. F., 222

Earnings, the, 1

Eaton Socon (Beds.), 220

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 9, 18, 25, 70, 79, 89, 94, 101, 115, 146, 149, 175, 202, 217, 229–30

Eddeva the fair, 14, 32, 44, 136, 144–5, 182, 221

Eden:
-, Phil., 256
-, Thos. (d. 1645), master of Trinity Hall, 256
-, Thos. (fl. 1660), 256

Edes, Jos., 81

Edgar, King, 69, 196

Edgar, Herbert, 88

Edleston, Lilley, 267

Edred, King, 229

Edric (fl. 970), 196

Edric Pur (fl. 1066), 70

Edward the Confessor, 69–70, 98, 144, 157, 180, 183, 209, 254

Edward I, 98, 180
-, as prince, 15

Edward II, as prince of Wales, 121

Edward III, 14

Edward IV, 32, 211

Edwards, fam., 201

Egg:
-, Agnes Ann, see Ellis
-, Edw. Thos., 85

Elbourn:
-, Miss C. L., 28, 30
-, fam., 30

Eldefeld, fam., 114

Eleanor (of Castile), queen of Edw. I, 101

Eleanor (of Provence), queen of Hen. III, 14

Elin, Emily Agnes, 97

Elington, Rob., 115

Ellis:
-, Agnes Ann, m. Edw. Thos. Egg, 85
-, Ann, m. 2 A. C. Wright, 85, 92
-, Arthur Cole, 240–1
-, his w., see Robinson, Lady Innes
-, Jos. (d. 1829), 241, 243, 247
-, Jos. (d. 1858), 241, 244, 247
-, Jos. Ingle, 239–41
-, T. R., vicar of Melbourn and of Shepreth, 80
-, Wm., 77
-, fam., 240–1, 244

Elrington, Marg., m. Giles Alington, 71

Elsworth:
-, Jn. of, 145–6
-, Thos. of, 145

Elton, Thos., vicar of Meldreth, 94

Ely, 198
-, abbey, 70, 93, 144–5, 196, 204, 209–10, 224, 229, 239, 251
-, abbots, 69–70, 77, 152, 180, 197, 199, 211, 215, 229, 251; and see Leofsige
-, estates, 69–70, 73, 87–9, 91, 196, 201, 209, 221–2, 230–1, 239–40, 242
-, monks, 196
-, archdeacon, 204; and see Wigmore, Dan.; William
-, bps., 70, 72, 79, 101, 107, 180–3, 191, 197, 202, 209–10, 217, 221, 230, 239–42, 244, 263; and see Alcock; Balsham; Cox, Ric.; Eustace; Fountains; Grey, Wm.; Gunning, Peter; Hervey; Heton; Hotham; Kilkenny; Montacute; Niel; Northwold; Stanley, Jas.; Thirlby; Turton; Wren
-, chaplain of, 80
-, estates, 70, 101, 209, 239, 242
-, jurisdiction, 152, 216, 244
-, liberty, 173
-, official of, see Rokeland
-, patronage, 63, 161, 174, 191, 217, 225, 245
-, reeve of, 243
-, bishopric, 93, 166, 196, 209, 239
-, cathedral, 235
-, canons, 93; and see Brunsell; Hills, Jn.; Selwyn
-, dean, 79; and see Allix, Jn. Peter
-, dean and chapter, 69–70, 79, 89, 169, 197, 203–4, 229, 231–3; estates, 69–70, 75–6, 90–1, 196, 200, 229, 233, 240, 246; patronage, 79, 93, 203, 225, 234
-, precentor, 204; and see Metcalf, Wm.
-, diocese:
-, board of finance, 162
-, official of, see Otteringham
-, priory, 63 n, 70, 77, 79, 86–9, 93, 140, 169, 174, 197–8, 201, 203, 205, 229, 234, 240
-, almonry, 174
-, estates, 69–70, 79, 90, 196, 198–9, 201–2, 211–12, 215, 229, 231–2, 240
-, monk of, 235
-, patronage, 93, 203, 234
-, pittancer, 240
-, prior, 69, 78, 91, 93, 174, 196–7, 199, 203, 231, 234, 240; jurisdiction, 1, 152, 202, 234

emigration, 38, 54, 106, 143, 173, 233, 249

Emmanuel College, Camb., 265

Enderby:
-, Eleanor, m. Francis Pigot, 253
-, Eleanor, w. of Sir Ric., see Trumpington
-, Jn. (d. 1457), 253
-, Jn. (d. 1508), 253
-, Maud, w. of Jn., 253
-, Sir Ric., 253

Engaine:
-, Agnes, w. of Rob., 136
-, Avice, see Avice
-, Joan, m. Sir Baldwin St. George, 168
-, Jn. (d. 1363), 46
-, Sir Jn. (d. c. 1395), sheriff of Cambs., 158, 168, 182
-, Marg., see Haye
-, Mary, m. Wm. Blyton, 168
-, Rob., 136
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1230), 136
-, Wm. (fl. 1417), 158
-, fam., 136

English Fibre Industries, 216, 234

Enveyse (Evesque):
-, Hen. l', 86–7, 92
-, Mabel l', see Trumpington
-, (or Bishop), Osbert l', 86, 93
-, Sylvester l', 86
-, Wal. l', 86
-, Wm. l', and his w. Joan, 86

Ermine Street, 1–2, 51

Ernis, Baldwin s. of, see Baldwin

Erpingham:
-, Joan, see Walton
-, Sir Thos., 197

Erskine, S. G. S., Ld. Cardross, earl of Buchan, 231

Essex, earl of, see Mandeville, Wm. de his chaplain, see Scurfield

Essex, 85, 152, 162, 180, 242
-, Debden, vicar of, see Totton
-, Halstead, rector of, see Adams, Wm.
-, persons from, 69, 196, 251
-, Sandon, rector of, see Wells, Wm.
-, university, library, 26
-, and see Barking; Baythorne; Boxsted; Braintree; Bumpstead, Steeple; Chesterford; Chishill; Chrishall; Coggeshall; Colchester; Dunmow; Finchingfield; Heydon; Ingatestone; Purleigh; Roding, Abbess; Walden, Saffron; Stratford Langthorne; Tilty; Wivenhoe

Eternit Group, 92

Ethelred, King, 112
-, his s., see Athelstan

Ethelwine, Ealdorman, 229

Eudes the steward, 31, 34, 44

Eustace, bp. of Ely, 88, 93

Eustace, count of Boulogne, 256

Everard, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Evesham (Worcs.), battle of, 71, 146, 257

Evesque, see Enveyse

Evreux:
-, Isabel de, w. of Steph., 257
-, Maud de, w. of Wm., 257
-, Steph. de, 256–7
-, Wm. de, 257

Exeter, 88
-, bp., see Carey, Valentine

Exeter College, Oxford, fellows, 122

Eyton, Thos., rector of Great and Little Shelford, 217, 225

F.

Fafiton, Rob., 252

Faircloth:
-, Jas., 93
-, Jn. (fl. 1750), 212
-, Jn. (d. c. 1810), 197, 243
-, Seagrave, 197
-, fam., 206

fairs, see Bassingbourn; Fowlmere; Foxton; Hauxton; Kneesworth; Litlington; Melbourn; Morden, Guilden; Royston; Trumpington

farm machinery, manufacture of, 3, 23

Farnaby:
-, Sir Chas., 57
-, Penelope, see Radcliffe

Fastolf, Sir Thos., 101

Fawcett:
-, Hen., 265
-, W. M., 236

Felbridge, Sir Jn., 183

Felise, dau. of Matthew, 46

felons, chattels of, 8–9, 126, 190, 216

Felton (or Chapman), Wm., 50

Ferrers:
-, Marg. de, see Quincy
-, Wm. de, earl of Derby (d. 1254), 253
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1298), 253

Ferrers of Groby, Lds., 253

Feugeres:
-, Alan de (fl. 1166), 6
-, Alan de (fl. 1194–1223, another), 6, 32
-, Giles de, 46
-, Nic. de, 6
-, Rob. de, 6, 9
-, fam., 6, 9, 32

Finch:
-, Hen., rector of Little Shelford, vicar of Longstanton, sequestrator of Great Shelford, 218, 225
-, Hen. (? another), 222
-, Thos., vicar of Barrington and of Hauxton cum Newton, 204
-, Wm., 222
-, Wm. Ingle (late Wm. Finch), 221, 227

Finch-Hatton, see Hatton

Finchingfield (Essex), 138

Finckell, fam., 159

Fisher:
-, Agnes, m. Oliver St. John, Ld. St. John, 35
-, Geo., 256
-, Jn., 35–6
-, Sir Mic., 35–6, 40
-, fam., 40

Fisons Ltd., 67, 176, 195, 202

Fitch:
-, Ann, w. of Joshua, 85
-, Joshua, 85, 91, 93

Fitzalan:
-, Philippa, see Hastings
-, Ric., earl of Arundel, 210

FitzFulk, Theobald, 240

FitzGerold:
-, Alex., 251
-, Alice, w. of Alex., 251
-, Hen. (fl. 1166), 34
-, Hen. (another), 34
-, Warin (d. 1159), 34
-, Warin (fl. after 1166), 34
-, fam., 34

FitzHamon:
-, Rob., 241
-, Sibyl, see Rames

FitzHugh, Osbert, 228 n

FitzRalph:
-, Eleanor, see Thornton
-, Eliz., m. Edm. Flambard, 87
-, Jn., 87
-, Marg., w. of Rob., 34
-, Ralph (fl. 1279–99), 136, 240
-, (or FitzWilliam), Ralph (d. 1332), 87, 91, 136–7
-, Ric., 87, 137
-, Rob., 34
-, Thos., 87
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1302), 87, 136
-, (or Bradfield), Wm. (d. by 1346), 136
-, Wm. (fl. 1346), 136
-, Wm. (fl. 1383), 136
-, Wm. (d. by 1427), 136
-, fam., 136–7, 139, 182

Fitzwalter, Lds., 113

FitzWarin:
-, Eleanor, m. 1 Sir Jn. Chidiock, 2 Ralph Bush, 34
-, Fulk (d. 1170), 128
-, Fulk (d. c. 1197), 128
-, Fulk (d. c. 1255), 128–31
-, Fulk (d. 1264), 129
-, Fulk (d. 1315), 129, 131
-, Fulk (d. 1349), 129
-, Sir Ives, 34
-, Maud, see Argentine
-, fam., 131

FitzWilliam, Ralph, see FitzRalph

FitzWymarc, Rob., 31

Flambard:
-, Edm., 87
-, Eleanor, m. Wal. Tyrell, 72, 87
-, Eliz., see FitzRalph

Flamstead (Herts.), 231

Flanders, 5, 112

Fleetwood, Hen., 255

Fletcher:
-, Chris., 181–3
-, Eliz., see Duckfield

Flitton:
-, Sam., 21, 118
-, fam., 21–2, 119–20

Flowerdew:
-, Jn., 243
-, fam., 243

Foliot:
-, Marg., m. Wischard Ledet, 70
-, Margery, w. of Rob., 70
-, Ric., 70
-, Rob., 70–1

Ford (Northumb.), 32

Fordham:
-, Sir A. Stanley, 70
-, Alfred Russell, 70, 76–7
-, C. J. K., 102
-, C. M., 102
-, Edw. Geo., 102
-, Edw. King, 102
-, Geo., 102
-, Geo. Geo., 102
-, Herbert, 102
-, Sir Herbert Geo., 102
-, J., and Sons, 225
-, Jane, 30
-, Jn., 69–70, 76
-, Jn. Edw., 70, 76
-, Jn. Hampden, 70, 80
-, M. E., 102
-, Wm. Herbert, 102
-, fam., 18, 102, 105, 113

Forester, Pulter, 161

Fortescue:
-, Sir Adrian, 85
-, Anne, see Stonor
-, Edm., 256
-, Eliz., w. of Jn., m. 2 Phil. Lynne, 16, 114
-, Francis, 100, 256
-, Hen., 100, 114, 256
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1500), 114, 256
-, Jn. (d. 1517), 114, 256
-, Jn. (fl. 1596), 256
-, Philippa, w. of Jn., m. 2 Sir Francis Bryan, 114
-, fam., 114, 118, 256

Forz:
-, Isabel de, ctss. of Aumale, 34
-, Wm. de, count of Aumale, 251

Foster:
-, Chas. Finch (d. 1866), 255
-, Chas. Finch (fl. 1908), 255
-, Ebenezer, 255
-, Ebenezer Bird, 57, 255
-, F., 198
-, Geo. Ebenezer, 57, 255
-, Geo. Ralph Cunliffe, 57–8, 65, 230, 255
-, G. E., 57–8
-, Jn., 5
-, Mary, m. Geo. Edw. Graham (later Foster-Pigott), 5, 9, 58
-, Mary, w. of Wm., see Pigott
-, P. G. C., 255–6
-, Wm., see Pigott
-, Mrs., 266
-, fam., 58, 61, 202, 255

Fountains, Jn. of, bp. of Ely, 93

Fowlmere, 68, 75, 152, 155–64, 165–6, 173, 204, 238–9
-, adv., 161
-, agric., 158–60
-, char., 164
-, Chrishall Grange, 155, 158, 160
-, ch., 161–4, 160, 163, 246
-, cts., 161
-, curates, 162
-, dom. archit., 156, 225
-, earthworks, 156
-, fair, 160
-, farms, 159–60
-, fields, 159
-, glebe, 162
-, guild, 162
-, hearth tax, 269–70, 272
-, inc., 155–6, 159–60, 164
-, ind., 154, 160–1
-, inns, 156, 161
-, the Lynch, 155–6
-, man., 157–62
-, ho., 157–8, 161
-, mkt., 160
-, mills, 156, 160
-, moors, 155, 159
-, nonconf., 162, 164, 247
-, par. officers, 161
-, persons from, 197
-, poor relief, 161
-, pop., 155–6
-, recreation ground, 156
-, rectors, 159–64; and see Bolton
-, rectory, 158, 160–2
-, ho., 161–2, 225
-, roads, 155
-, sch., 156, 162, 164, 248
-, streams, 155
-, tithes, 162
-, town ho., 161
-, town land, 164

Fowlmere Engineering, 161

Foxley:
-, Jn. (d. 1324), 101
-, Sir Jn. (fl. 1377), 101–2
-, Thos., 101

Foxton:
-, Ric., 210
-, Thos. of, 175

Foxton, 151, 165–77, 195, 200
-, adv., 174
-, agric., 169–73
-, almsho., 177
-, char., 177
-, ch., 165, 167, 169, 174–7, 176, 177, 246
-, cts., 168–9, 173–4
-, curates, 175, 177
-, dom. archit., 165–6
-, fairs, 165–6, 173
-, farms, 168, 171–2
-, fields, 176
-, glebe, 169, 174–5
-, guild, 175
-, hearth tax, 268–70, 272
-, inc., 165–9, 171–2, 175, 177, 195
-, ind., 154, 166, 173, 176, 244
-, inns, 166
-, man., 158, 166–71, 173, 182
-, ho., 165, 167–8, 170
-, mkt., 173
-, mills, 170, 173
-, nonconf., 175, 177
-, par. officers, 174
-, poor relief, 174
-, pop., 165
-, rly. sta., 165–6, 173
-, recreation ground, 166
-, rectors, 170, 174, 179
-, rectory, 169, 171–2, 174–6
-, ho., 169, 175
-, roads, 165–6
-, Rom. rem., 165
-, sch., 175, 177
-, streams, 165, 170
-, tithes, 174
-, town ho., 177
-, town land, 174, 177
-, vicarage, 174–5
-, ho., 175
-, vicars, 169, 174–5, 177; and see Berry, Butler
-, village green, 165

Frampton, Tregonwell, 231

France, see Boulogne; Calais; St. Evroul; St. Valéry; Séez

franchises, see amercement; assize of bread and of ale; felons; frankpledge ; gallows ; infangthief; pillory; sake and soke; tumbrel; vee de naam; waif; warren; writs

Francis:
-, Clement, 230
-, Sarah, w. of Clement, 230
-, T. M., 230
-, W. H., 15, 230
-, and see Fraunceys

frankpledge, view of, 1, 23, 39, 62, 78, 85, 93, 106, 120, 126, 139, 148, 152, 161, 173, 190, 202, 216, 234, 244–5, 261–2

Fraunceys:
-, Sir Adam, alderman of London, 256
-, Agnes, m. 1 Sir Wm. Staundon, 2 Sir Wm. Porter, 145, 256
-, Eleanor, m. 1 Sir Jn. Norwich, 2 Geof. Cobbe, 33
-, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Charlton, 256
-, Jn. (d. c. 1337), 33
-, Jn. (d. c. 1396), 256
-, Marg., see Hosterle
-, Nic., 256
-, Ric. le (d. after 1283), 32–3
-, Ric. (fl. 1346), 33
-, and see Francis

Freake:
-, Edm., rector of Fowlmere, bp. of Rochester, 162
-, Jn., rector of Fowlmere and of Purleigh, archdeacon of Norwich, 162

Fredebert (fl. 1066), 180

Freeman:
-, Wm., 210
-, Mr., 210

French, fam., 78

Frend, Wm., 85

Freville:
-, Baldwin de, 221
-, Beatrice, see Haselden
-, Clarice, w. of Rob., 226
-, Dorothy, w. of Jn., 221
-, Eleanor de, w. of Sir Jn., 226
-, Ellen, see Lucy
-, Geo., 221
-, Sir Jn. de (d. 1312), 221, 226
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1372), 221, 226
-, Jn. (d. 1505), 221
-, Jn. (d. 1552), 221
-, Lucy de, see Scalers
-, Mabel de, 223
-, Marg. de, w. of Sir Ric., 221
-, Marg., w. of Thos., 226
-, Nic., 196
-, Ric. de (d. 1299), 197, 210, 212, 221, 224
-, Sir Ric. de (d. 1328), 221
-, Rob. (d. 1393), 70, 221, 226
-, Rob. (d. 1529), 221
-, Rob. (fl. 1556), 57–8, 87–8, 92, 210, 221
-, Rose, w. of Rob., 221, 223
-, Thos., 221, 226
-, Wm. (d. 1460), 221
-, Wm. (d. 1481), 221
-, fam., 17, 210, 221, 226 arms, 226

friendly societies, 13, 55, 69, 112, 179, 251

Frost:
-, Ric. (d. 1472), 108
-, fam., 105

Fulbourn, 229
-, nonconf., 81

Fulford, Francis, rector of Croydon cum Clopton, metropolitan of Canada, 41–2

Fulk son of Tibbald, 136, 240

Fulk, Ralph s. of, see Ralph
-, Tibbald s. of, see Tibbald

Fuller:
-, Geo., rector of Little Shelford and of Hildersham, fellow of Christ's Coll., 225
-, Jn. (d. by 1519), and his w. Annabel, 169
-, Jn. (d. 1545), 169, 171
-, Jn. (d. 1588), 169
-, Jn. (fl. 1640), 212–13
-, Marg., m. Rob. Mead, 169
-, Ric., 169
-, fam., 169, 171, 200

fulling, 189, 215

Furneaux, fam., 167, 182

G.

Gadd, —, widow, 271 n

Gall, fam., 224

gallows, 23, 106, 120, 148, 152, 161, 190, 202, 216, 244, 261

Gambon:
-, Cecily, w. of Wm., 137
-, Jn., 137
-, Ric. (d. 1400), 137
-, Ric. (d. 1420), 137
-, Wm., 137

Game, Agnes, 183

Gamlingay, 43
-, Pk., 45
-, rector, 48
-, sch., 49

Gape:
-, Geo., 33
-, Revd. Jas. Carpenter, 33
-, Jas. Jn., 33
-, Jn., 33, 40
-, S. C., vicar of Croydon cum Clopton, 40
-, Sibyl, w. of W. N. W., 33
-, Thos., 33
-, Thos. Foreman, 33
-, Wm., 33
-, W. N. W., 33
-, fam., 37–8, 40, 42

Garboldisham (Norf.), 138

Gardener, Jn., 265

Gardiner, Thos., 255

Gargrave (Yorks. W.R.), 82, 94

Garner, Wm., 193

Garston, Hen., 57

Gatley (Gatwell) End, see Morden, Steeple

Gatward:
-, Jn., 118
-, fam., 115, 118

Gauge, Jn., 182

Gaunt, Jn. of, 14–15, 17, 19, 23, 25, 99

Gee, Arthur, 215

Gempting, fam., arms, 95

Geoffrey son of Swein, 70

Geoffrey, Hamon s. of, see Hamon

Geoffrey, Jn. s. of, see John

George, duke of Clarence, ld. of Richmond, 14

George the chamberlain, 136, 182

Gernon:
-, Ranulph (fl. 1086), 183
-, Ranulph (fl. 1166), 158
-, Ralph, 183
-, Rob., 157–8, 183
-, fam., 183

gersum, 73, 102, 159, 223, 243

Gery:
-, Thos., 114, 117
-, Wm. (d. 1543), 114–15
-, Wm. (fl. 1549), 114
-, fam., 17

Gidding, Steeple (Hunts.), 157

Giffard:
-, Godfrey, bp. of Worcester, 137
-, Hugh, 137
-, Jn. (d. 1319), 137
-, Jn. (d. 1327), 137
-, Jn. (d. by 1346), 137
-, Sibyl, see Cormeilles
-, Wal., abp. of York, 137
-, Wm. (fl. 1265), 136–7
-, Wm. (fl. 1346), 137

Gilbert, Count, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Gilbertines, see Chicksands priory

Giles:
-, Jn., 267
-, Rog., 109

Gill:
-, Eric, 251
-, Geo., 84, 86, 89
-, Jn. (fl. 1576), 84, 129
-, Jn. (fl. 1641), 222

Gillett, Jane, 96

Gillingham, Rog., rector of Little Shelford, 222, 225

Gillow, see Waring and Gillow

Ginn, S. R., 182

Ginnis, Freshney, 161

Gissing (Norf.), 138

Glandfield, Rob., vicar of Trumpington, 264

Glapthorne (Northants.), 257

glasshouses, 22, 52, 261

Glitton, see Morden, Steeple

Gloucester:
-, ctss. of, see Amice
-, duke of, see Richard III
-, earls of, 1, 6, 9, 62–3, 106, 133; and see Audley, Hugh; Clare; Robert; William

Gloucester, honor of, 7, 55–7, 84

Goda (fl. 1066), 84, 101, 124, 138

Godfrey:
-, Jn., 110
-, Luke, 33, 37
-, Ric. (d. 1557), 37, 42
-, Ric. (fl. 1616), 33
-, Thos., 248
-, fam., 37

Godlamb (fl. 1086), 257

Godolphin:
-, Francis, earl of Godolphin (d. 1766), 230, 233, 236
-, Francis, Ld. Godolphin (d. 1785), 230, 236
-, Mary, m. Thos. Osborne, duke of Leeds, 230
-, fam., 231

Godolphin of Farnham Royal, Ld., see Osborne

Godwin 'Wambstrong' (fl. 1066), 101

Gog Magog Hills, 152–3, 207, 212, 228

Gogmagog Golf Club, 229

Gogmagog Ho., see Stapleford

Goldburn, Rog., rector of Bassingbourn, 25

Golding, Ric., curate of Abington Pigotts, 10

goldsmith, Odo the, see Odo

Goldwell:
-, Jn. (d. 1595), 211
-, Jn. (fl. 1595), 209, 211
-, Thos., 211
-, fam., 211, 218

golf courses, 207, 215, 229, 233

Gonville and Caius College, Camb., 209–10, 215–16, 231
-, estates, 16, 21, 115, 118, 209, 213

Gonville Hall, Camb., 115, 239

Good:
-, Alice, see Tickencote
-, Wm., 197
-, and see Goode

Goodchild, R. S., 267

Goode:
-, Anne, w. of Thos., 47
-, Francis, fellow of King's Coll., 47
-, Jn. (fl. 1428), 17
-, Jn. (d. 1627), rector of East Hatley, 47
-, Marmaduke, 47
-, Thos. (d. 1580), 8, 47
-, Thos. (d. 1655), rector of East Hatley, 47
-, fam., 8, 200
-, and see Good

Goodman:
-, Jn., 232
-, Rob., 232
-, Wm., 115
-, fam., 232

Gordon:
-, Ann, see Massingberd
-, Wm., 84

Goscelin:
-, Jn., 32
-, Wm., 32

Gotobed, Hen., 248

Goudlok, fam., 175

Gower, Humph., master of St. John's Coll., 242

Goys:
-, Jn. le (fl. c. 1260), 17
-, Jn. le (fl. 1302, ? another), 17
-, Sir Jn. (d. c. 1355), 17
-, Mat. le, 17
-, Rog. le, 17
-, Sir Thos., 17

Graham, Geo. Edw. (later FosterPigott), see Pigott

Grain:
-, Hen., 219
-, Peter (d. 1818), 212, 216
-, Peter (fl. 1834), 213
-, Peter (d. c. 1890, another), 213, 215
-, fam., 210, 212

Gransden, Little, 43, 247

Grantchester:
-, Joan, w. of Jn., 46
-, Jn., 46

Grantchester, 248–9, 252, 266

Gray:
-, Harold Wm. Stannus, 231
-, Martin, 248
-, T. J., 231
-, Thos., 32
-, Sir Wal., mayor of Oxford, 66
-, fam., 58
-, and see Grey

Great Eastern Railway Co., 208, 228, 250

Green:
-, (formerly Chapman), Edw. (d. 1779), 183
-, Edw. (d. 1804), 183, 210
-, (later de Freville), Edw. Hen., see de Freville
-, (later de Freville), Edw. Humphreys, see de Freville
-, fam., 188

Greene:
-, Sir Wm. Graham, 179, 184
-, fam., 179

Greenwich, 101, 113

Grendon:
-, And. of, 6, 9
-, Jn., 210
-, Laurence, 210
-, Luke of (fl. 1327, 1346), 6
-, Luke of (d. c. 1364, s. of last), 6
-, Matilda, w. of Jn., 210

Gresham, see Heatley and Gresham

Greville:
-, Edw., 113
-, Eliz., see Willoughby
-, Sir Fulk (d. 1559), 113
-, Sir Fulk (d. 1606), 113
-, Sir Fulk, Ld. Brooke (d. 1628), 113
-, Marg., m. Sir Ric. Verney, 113
-, fam., 113

Grey:
-, Mat., 77
-, Reginald, Ld. Grey of Ruthin, 210
-, Sir Reynold, 130
-, Wm., bp. of Ely, 217
-, fam., marquesses of Dorset, 253
-, and see Gray

Grim's ditch, 165

Grisdale, Solomon, 122

Grote, Jn., vicar of Trumpington, fellow of Trinity Coll., professor of moral philosophy, 264

Guader, Ralph, 144

Guilden Morden, see Morden, Guilden

guilds, see Bassingbourn ; Fowlmere; Foxton; Harston; Hauxton; Litlington; Meldreth; Morden, Steeple; Shelford, Great; Shelford, Little; Stapleford; Thriplow; Trumpington

Guisnes, count of, see Baldwin

Gumbley, fam., 234

Gunning:
-, Francis, vicar of Hauxton cum Newton and of Thriplow, 204, 246
-, Peter, bp. of Ely, 107, 191

H.

Hacken, Jn., 47

Haddenham, 63

Haggar, fam., 90

Haggerston, Jn., 161

Hailes, Jn., 260

Hailstone, Jn., vicar of Trumpington, 263–4, 266

Hainault, Philippa of, see Philippa

Hakebeche, Sir Rob., and his w. Joan, 36

Hale, Rose, 33

Hales, Clark, 22

Halfhead:
-, Ann, 86
-, Frances, 86
-, Hen., 145
-, Rob. (fl. 1631), 86
-, Rob. (d. c. 1658, ? another), 96

Haliwell priory (in Shoreditch, Mdx.), 263

Hall, Hen., 233

Halstead (Essex), rector of, see Adams, Wm.

Halton:
-, Jn., bp. of Carlisle, 85
-, Sir Thos., 230
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1639), 230
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1662), 229–30
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1676), 230
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1754), 230

Hamelyn, Jn., 101

Hamon son of Geoffrey (or de Valognes), sheriff of Cambs., 55–6

Hampden, Vct., see Brand

Hampshire, see Winchester

Hanchett, Thos., 114

Hancock, Wm., 168

Handford, Thos., 255

Hardwicke, earls of, see Yorke

Harecourt:
-, Anne, see Scalers
-, Jn., 144

Harley:
-, Edw., earl of Oxford, 144, 146
-, fam., 50

Harling:
-, Anne, m. 1 Sir Wm. Chamberlain, 2 Sir Rob. Wingfield, 3 Jn., Ld. Scrope, 167
-, Cecily, see Mortimer
-, Sir Jn., 167
-, Sir Rob., 167

Harlton, 131, 143

Harold, Earl, 180

Harradine, fam., 260

Harrington, Rob., vicar of Meldreth and of Croxton, fellow of Christ's Coll., 95

Harston:
-, Adam of, 183
-, Alan of, 181
-, Gilb. of, 181
-, Jn. of, 181–2, 184
-, Niel of, 181
-, Ric., see Stonehall
-, Wm. of (fl. 1236), 230
-, Wm. of (fl. 1273), 230
-, fam., 184

Harston, 152, 165, 173, 178–94, 186, 195, 197 n, 200–3
-, adv., 191
-, agric., 184–5, 187–9, 220
-, almsho., 190–1
-, A.-S. rem., 178
-, Button End, 179, 189–90
-, char., 194
-, ch., 160, 178–9, 181, 191–3, 203,
-, cts., 180, 190
-, curates, 191–2, 204
-, dom. archit., 179
-, farms, 181, 183, 185, 188–9
-, fields, 185, 187, 199
-, glebe, 183, 188–9, 191
-, guilds, 191
-, hearth tax, 269–70, 272
-, inc., 178–80, 182–5, 187–92, 194, 196, 200, 223
-, ind., 154, 189
-, inns, 179
-, man., 178, 180–5, 187–8, 190–1, 199
-, ho., 178, 181–3
-, mill, 180, 185, 189–90, 194, 198
-, nonconf., 193, 206
-, par. officers, 190–2
-, persons from, 200
-, poor relief, 191
-, pop., 178
-, rly. sta., 179
-, recreation ground, 191
-, rectory, 178, 183, 187–8, 191–2
-, ho., 178, 183
-, sch., 192–4, 206–7
-, tithes, 183, 188, 191, 194
-, vicarage, 183, 191
-, ho., 191–2
-, vicars, 183, 189, 191–3, 203; and see Dickman; Wren
-, village greens, 178–9, 184–6

Harvest, Edw., 239

Harvey:
-, Gideon, 196
-, Jn. (fl. 16th cent.), 76
-, Jn. (fl. 1649), 87
-, Nic., 75, 88
-, P., vicar of Meldreth, 95
-, Ric. (fl. 1607), 88
-, Ric. (d. c. 1663), 88, 91
-, Ric. (fl. 1650, ? another), 88
-, Wm., 72
-, fam., 75–6

Haselden:
-, Ant., 57–8, 86, 99, 103
-, Beatrice, m. Rob. Freville, 57–8, 87–8, 92
-, Eliz., m. 1 Ric. Bury, 2 Jas. Hutton, 57, 87
-, Eliz., w. of Jn., 57
-, Frances, m. Sir Rob. Peyton, 57, 87, 99
-, Francis, 57, 86–7, 99, 103, 108
-, Grace, m. Thos. Caldecote, 86
-, Hugh, rector of Clopton (d. 1435), 34, 40, 99–100, 114
-, Isabel, w. of Thos., 57
-, Jane, w. of Ant., 86
-, Joan, w. of Thos., m. 2 Sir Wm. Hasenhull, 9, 99–100
-, Jn. (d. by 1469), 57
-, Jn. (d. 1504), 99
-, Marg., w. of Ric., 57
-, Ric. (d. 1405), M.P. for Cambs., 34, 36, 57, 99–100
-, Ric. (fl. c. 1500), 99
-, Ric. (fl. 1537, another), 99
-, Thos. (d. c. 1387), M.P. for Cambs., 9, 57, 98–100, 102–3, 114
-, Thos. (d. 1404), M.P. and sheriff for Cambs., 34, 99–100
-, Thos. (d. by 1417), 57, 99
-, Wm. (d. 1480), 36, 99, 114
-, Wm. (d. 1537), 57, 86–7, 99
-, Wm. (fl. 1537), 99
-, fam., 36, 57, 60, 98, 100, 106

Hasenhull:
-, Joan, see Haselden
-, Sir Wm., 99

Haslingfield, 182, 197, 248 vicar, see Barnwell

Hastings:
-, Agnes, w. of Laurence, earl of Pembroke, 210
-, Anne, w. of Jn., earl of Pembroke, 210
-, Jn., Ld. Hastings (d. 1325), 210
-, Jn., earl of Pembroke (d. 1375), 210
-, Jn., earl of Pembroke (d. 1389), 210
-, Laurence, earl of Pembroke, 32, 210
-, Philippa, w. of Jn., earl of Pembroke, m. 2 Ric. Fitzalan, earl of Arundel, 210
-, Ralph, 211

Hatcher:
-, Jn. (d. 1587), 252
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1640), 252
-, fam., 260

Hatfield:
-, Edw., 114
-, Marg., see Dunstable
-, Ric., 114
-, Thos., 114

Hatley, fam., 189

Hatley, Cockayne (Beds.), 2, 31, 128, 130, 133

Hatley, East, 1–3, 30 n, 31, 37, 40, 43–9
-, adv., 44, 46–7
-, agric., 43, 45–6
-, chaplains, 47
-, char., 49
-, ch., 33, 43, 45–8
-, ho., 47
-, curates, 47–8
-, dom. archit., 43
-, farms, 45–6
-, fields, 45
-, glebe, 45, 47
-, Hatley Wilds, 43, 45–6
-, hearth tax, 268–71
-, inc., 3, 43, 45, 47
-, man., 34, 43–7, 131
-, ho., 43–5, 47
-, mill, 46
-, nonconf., 48
-, par. officers, 46
-, poor relief, 46
-, pop., 43
-, rectors, 47–8, 134; and see Kennitt
-, rectory, 46–7
-, ho., 43, 47
-, roads, 43
-, sch., 48–9
-, tithes, 40, 47
-, village green, 43, 45
-, woodland, 43

Hatley park, see Hatley St. George

Hatley St. George, 2, 31, 43, 127, 132 n, 133
-, char., 49
-, Hatley pk., 127–8, 132
-, man., 106, 133
-, sch., 48
-, vicar, 48; and see Say, Francis

Hatley Wilds, see Hatley, East

Hatton:
-, Bridget, w. of Sir Thos., 14
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1676), 15
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1720), 14, 166, 169, 242
-, Daniel Heneage Finch-, 15
-, Edw. Hatton Finch-, 15
-, Eliz., 71, 87
-, Frances, 87
-, Geo. Dan. Finch-, 15
-, Harriet (d. c. 1753), w. of Sir Thos., 14
-, Harriet (d. 1795), w. of Sir Thos., 14, 87
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1740), 69, 71–2, 87, 169
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1811), 14
-, Mary, m. Hale Wortham, 15
-, Mary, w. of Sir Jn., see Hawkes
-, Susannah, 71
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1658), 14–16
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1682), 14, 20
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1733), 14
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1787), 14, 69, 87, 169, 176
-, Sir Thos. Dingley, 14
-, Wm. Rob. Finch-, 15
-, fam., 14–16, 21, 53, 169

Hatton, Vcts., 15

Hauxton:
-, Avice of, m. Hugh of Tickencote, 197, 257
-, Avice of, w. of Steph., 181–2, 257
-, Herbert of (fl. 1240–60), 181
-, Herbert of (fl. 1279), 181–2, 257
-, Serlo of (fl. 1154), 197
-, Serlo of (fl. 1220), 197
-, Steph. of, 181, 257
-, Thorold of, 197
-, Wymund of, 197
-, fam., 184, 197–8

Hauxton, 152, 178, 183, 186, 194– 207, 213, 216, 220
-, agric., 187–8, 198–201, 223
-, bridge, 194–5, 201–2, 204
-, char., 207
-, ch., 191, 194–5, 202–5
-, cts., 202
-, curates, 204, 206
-, dom. archit., 97, 195
-, fair, 195
-, farms, 198–201
-, fields, 198–9
-, glebe, 198, 203, 205–6
-, guild, 204
-, hearth tax, 269–70, 272
-, inc., 188, 194, 197–8, 200, 203, 207
-, ind., 67, 154, 176, 201–2, 224
-, inns, 195, 201
-, man., 152, 196–200, 202
-, ho., 198
-, Mill End, 195
-, mills, 97, 154, 176, 194–5, 199– 202, 216, 258
-, nonconf., 204, 206
-, poor relief, 202
-, pop., 194–5
-, rectors, 203, 205
-, rectory, 196–7, 200, 203, 205, 225
-, tithes, 197, 203
-, town lands, 206–7
-, vicarage, 200, 203
-, ho., 203
-, vicars, 198, 200, 203–4, 206; and see Duckfield, Dan.; Gunning, Francis
-, village green, 207

Haverhill (Suff.), 207–8, 228, 248

Hawke, Wm., 199–200

Hawkes, Mary, m. 1 Ric. Hitch, 2 Sir Jn. Hatton, 69, 71–2, 80, 87, 169

Hawkins, Hen., 15

Hawthorn, Rob., vicar of Stapleford, 235

Haye:
-, Jn. de la (fl. before 1279), 168
-, Sir Jn. de la (d. c. 1340), 168, 182, 185
-, Marg. de la, m. Sir Jn. Engaine, 168, 182
-, Parnel de la, see Shepreth
-, Wm. de la (fl. c. 1250), 168
-, Sir Wm. de la (d. 1316), 168, 170
-, Wm. de la (d. c. 1349), 168, 173
-, fam., 168–9

Hayes (Hays):
-, Frances, w. of Wm., m. 2 Thos. Storey, 99, 109
-, Peter, 99
-, Rob., 99
-, Thos. (d. 1628), 99–101, 105
-, Thos. (three, fl. 1850–1930), 189
-, Wm. (d. 1617), 99, 101, 109
-, Wm. (d. 1651), 99
-, fam., 189

haywards, 23, 73, 78, 92–3, 107, 133, 173, 190, 224, 234, 245, 262

Hazelrigg, Lt. Col. A. W., 71

Headley:
-, Hen., 213
-, Ric. (fl. 1808), 236
-, Ric. (fl. 1845), 209, 215
-, Ric. (fl. 1863), 236
-, Susan, 213

Heatley and Gresham, 23

Heckford, Thos., vicar of Trumpington and of Melbourn, 264, 266

Heffer:
-, W. S., 230, 238
-, fam., 172, 233

Hegham, Nic. of, rector of Trumpington, canon and dean of Lincoln, 263–4

Helgey:
-, Osbert, rector of Stapleford, 235
-, fam., 231, 235

Hemel Hempstead, Wm. of, 86

Hemingford Greys (Hunts.), 157

Hemington, Jn., 255

Hendry, Ric., 46–7

Henley, Rob. of, rector of Fowlmere, 162

Henry I, 55, 72, 166

Henry II, 34

Henry III, 14, 23, 101

Henry IV, 14, 130, 180

Henry V, 180

Henry VI, 130, 180

Henry VII, 25, 157, 256

Henry VIII, 14, 263

Henry son of Conan, 137

Henry son of Hervey, 137

Henry son of John, 137

Henry, Jn. s. of, see John

Henry, Ranulph s. of, see Ranulph

Henry, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

Henson, Francis, 223

herdsmen, 78, 93, 107, 245, 262

Hereford, Wal. of, 183

Hereford, ctss. of, see Bohun

Herefordshire, 256; and see Wigmore

Hereward:
-, Marg., m. Sir Wm. Lovell, 99
-, Rob., sheriff of Cambs., 98–9

heriot, 73, 90, 116, 159, 170–1, 184, 198, 211, 223, 243, 257

Heron:
-, Eliz., m. Jn. Heron, 32
-, Eliz., m. Sir Rob. Tailboys, 32
-, Jn., 32
-, Marg., w. of Sir Rog., m. 2 Jn. Blacket, 32
-, Sir Rog. (d. by 1400), 32
-, Rog. (d.1485), 32
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1379), 32, 138
-, Wm. (d. 1400), 32
-, Wm. (d. 1425), 32
-, fam., 32

Hertford, 183

Hertfordshire, 1, 12, 26, 49, 97, 136, 221
-, county council, 3, 119
-, Hertingfordbury, rector of, see Scurfield
-, and see Ardeley; Ashwell; Baldock; Barkway; Barley; Datchworth; Flamstead; Hertford; Hitchin; Letchworth; Melbourn, South; Odsey Heath; Punsbourne; Royston; St. Albans; Wallington; Ware; Wymondley

Hertingfordbury (Herts.), rector of, see Scurfield

Hervey, bp. of Ely, 69

Hervey (fl. 1086), 254

Hervey, Hen. s. of, see Henry

Heslarton:
-, Alice, see Madingley
-, Sir Thos., 158, 182

Hethersett, Sir Edm., 252

Heton, Martin, bp. of Ely, 209, 239

Heveningham:
-, Sir Jn., 144
-, Marg., see Scalers

Hewardine, Thos., vicar of Bassingbourn, rector of Abington Pigotts, 26

Heybridge:
-, Joan of, m. Rog. of Huntingfield, 57
-, Wm. of, 57

Heydon (formerly Essex), 152 n, 155, 164

Heydon ditch, see Bran ditch

Hickey, P. A. S., 15

Hicks:
-, Ric. (fl. 1523), 159
-, Ric. (d. c. 1635), 248
-, Wm., 159
-, fam., 159

Higgins, Eliza, see MacGregor

Highgate (in Hornsey, Mdx.), 265

Hildersham, rector of, see Fuller, Geo.

Hills:
-, Anne, w. of Jn., 169, 196
-, Jn. (d. 1627), canon of Ely, master of St. Catharine's Coll., 169, 196
-, Jn. (fl. 1650), 196
-, Rob., 196

Hinde:
-, Sir Francis, 130, 211
-, Sir Jn., 130, 211

Hine, T. C., 123

Hinton, Cherry, 137

Hinxton, Giles of, 146

Hinxton, 183

Hirst, J. D., rector of Croydon cum Clopton, 41

Histon, 181

Hitch:
-, Hawkes, 71
-, Hen. Jas., 71
-, Jn. (d. 1805), 71, 76
-, Jn. (d. after 1858), 71, 76
-, Mary, see Hawkes
-, Ric., 71, 75
-, Ric. Wm., 71
-, Rob., 75–6
-, Thos., 80
-, Wortham (d. 1834), 71
-, Wortham (fl. c. 1840), 76–7
-, fam., 71, 75–7, 80

Hitchin (Herts.), 5, 57

Hoake, Nic., 145

Hobledod:
-, Adam, 130
-, Jn., 130

Hobson's brook, 207, 248, 250, 258

Hodges:
-, Frances Maria Sophia, see Pemberton
-, H. W., see Pemberton

Hoffer brook, 165, 178–9, 194–5, 199, 258

Hogg, Martin, rector of Little Shelford, chaplain to earl of Cholmondeley, 225

Holben, fam., 17

Holcroft, Francis, vicar of Bassingbourn, fellow of Clare Coll., 26, 28, 42, 65, 81, 96, 247

Holder, Wm., 87

Holgill:
-, Mary, see Crouchman
-, Thos., 254

Holland:
-, Mary, w. of Sidney, Vct. Knutsford, 51
-, Maud, see Zouche
-, Rob. (d. 1328), 251
-, Rob., Ld. Holland (d. 1373), 251
-, Rob. (fl. 1569), vicar of Great Shelford, 217
-, Sidney, Vct. Knutsford, 29, 51

Home Missionary Society, 227

Homerton College, Camb., 250, 267

Honour, Geo., 91

Honywood:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Jn. Cotton, 157
-, Hester, see Lamott
-, Jn. Lamott, 157
-, Sir Thos., 157

Hoo:
-, Beatrice, see Andeville
-, Jn., 44
-, Rob., 30, 34
-, Thos. of, 44
-, Wal. of (fl. 1235), 44, 46
-, Wal. of (fl. 1251, another), 44, 46
-, Wm. de la, 44
-, fam., 44

Hopkins, Thos., 42

Hore:
-, Gilb., 35
-, Joan, w. of Jn., 35
-, Jn., 35

horkeys, 179, 251

Horley, Guy, 44

Horn:
-, Eliz., see St. Clowe
-, (or Littlebury), Thos., 50, 88
-, Wm., 50, 88

horse racing, 102, 231

Horseheath, 35

Horulf (fl. 1066), 254, 256

Hospitallers, see Knights Hospitallers

Hoster le:
-, Joan, w. of Jn., 256
-, Jn., 256
-, Marg., m. Sir Adam Fraunceys, 256

Hotham, Jn., bp. of Ely, 63

Howard:
-, Anne, see St. John
-, Eliz., m. Jn. de Vere, earl of Oxford, 157, 197
-, Joan, see Walton
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1409), 157, 197
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1438), 157, 197
-, Marg., see Plaiz
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1524), 161
-, Thos., Ld. Howard of Walden, earl of Suffolk (d. 1626), 114, 118
-, Wm., Ld. Howard of Effingham (d. 1615), 35
-, Wm. (fl. 1907), 61

Howes:
-, Thos., 16
-, Wm., 16

Hoy, fam., 77

Huberd, Jn., 26

Hudson, T. P., see Pemberton

Hugh, count of St. Pol, 101

Hugh (fl. 1086), 4

Hugh (fl. c. 1100), 31
-, his s., see William

Hugh, Wm. s. of see William

Hughes, H. C., 240

Hughesson, Jn., 136

Humfrey, Edm., vicar of Melbourn, 79

Humphreys, fam., 260

Hunstanton (Norf.), 238

Hunt, F. W. P., 101, 115–16

Huntingdon:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Mordant, 241
-, Eliz., see Crouchman
-, Marg., m. Jn. Parys, 254–5
-, Ralph, 254
-, Thos., 241, 254
-, Wal., 241, 254

Huntingdonshire, see Gidding, Steeple; Hemingford Greys; Ramsey; Raveley; St. Ives; Sawtry; Stoneley; Thorney; Waresley

Huntingfield:
-, Joan of, see Heybridge
-, Maud, w. of Sir Peter, m. 2 Sir Phil. Colville, 3 Rob. Baynard, 129
-, Sir Peter, 129
-, Rog. of (d. 1257), 57
-, Rog. (d. 1337), 57
-, Wal., 57
-, Wm. (d. 1290), 57
-, Wm. (d. 1376), 57

Hurlock, Rob., vicar of Whaddon and of Shepreth, 150

Hurrell:
-, Allen (d. 1700), 183 n
-, Allen (d. 1740), 183
-, Allen (d. 1745), 183
-, Arthur, 184, 197–8
-, Charlotte Jane, 207
-, Eliz., 193
-, G. T., ld. lieutenant of Cambs., 184
-, H. C., 196
-, Harold Wm., 196, 201, 207
-, Hen., 179, 184, 196–8
-, Hen. Wm., 181
-, Marg., m. Jn. Bridge, 183
-, Marg., w. of Allen, 183
-, Reginald Metcalf, 196
-, Wm. (d. 1757), 196
-, Wm. (d. 1779), 196
-, Wm. (d. 1791), 169, 172, 174
-, Wm. (d. c. 1830), 196–7
-, Wm. (d. c. 1835), 169, 172
-, Wm. (d. 1854), 184, 196–7, 200, 204, 206
-, Wm. (d. 1901), 196–7, 200, 203, 205
-, Wm. Phil., archdeacon of Loughborough, 196
-, fam., 169, 172, 184, 189, 196–7, 200–3, 206–7, 213

Hurst, Mr., vicar of Great Shelford, rector of Little Shelford, 217, 225

Huse, Wal. de la, 100

Hutt, G. E., 266

Hutton:
-, Alice, see Childe
-, Eliz., see Haselden
-, Jas., 57, 87
-, Jn., 158
-, Mary Anne, see Pyke
-, Thos., 131, 158, 183
-, Wm., 85

Hyde:
-, Alan of, 256
-, Marg., see Dunstable
-, Wm., 114

I.

Iceni, the, 227

Ickleton, 247
-, priory, 126, 161

Icknield Way, 1–2, 12, 49, 54, 67–8, 97, 111–12, 152, 155, 238–9

Ilchester, Ric. of, bp. of Winchester, 120

Independents, 28–9, 42, 65, 96, 109–10, 142, 150, 164, 193, 206, 219, 236, 265

India, 23

industry, see bicycle makers; brewing; brick making; cement; chemical ind.; coprolites; farm machinery; fulling; iron; lime; motor cars; printing; quarries; rope making; straw plaiting; tanning; weaving; whiting

infangthief, 23, 120, 190, 202, 234

Ingatestone (Essex), 87

Ingham, Jn., vicar of Steeple Morden, 121

Ingle:
-, Sam., rector of Little Shelford, 226
-, Wm., 226

Ingoldisthorpe:
-, Sir Edm., 15, 85, 252
-, Isabel, m. Jn. Neville, marquess of Montagu, 85, 252
-, Joan, see Tiptoft
-, Marg., see Pole
-, Thos., 85

Ingrey, fam., 168

Inns, Jn., 114

intercommoning, 21, 51, 67, 75, 83, 147, 152, 178, 187, 191, 194, 199, 207, 212–13, 220, 223, 227, 258

Ipswich (Suff.), 22

Ireland, W. M., vicar of Whaddon, 150

Iron Age settlement, see Abington Pigotts; Stapleford: Wandlebury

iron works, 23, 77, 224

Isabel, ctss. of Aumale, see Forz

Isleham, Wal. of, 100

Ives:
-, C. J., 183
-, Jn., 183
-, fam., 183

Ivette, ? dau. of Rob. the chamberlain, m. Conan, 137

J.

J. E. K. Barnes Engineering, 161

J. & H. Corrugated Cases, 234

Jackson:
-, Wm., and Sons, 160
-, fam., 139, 156, 160

James II, 231

Jarman:
-, C. R., 51
-, J. R., 51–2
-, Jn., 114
-, fam., 51–2, 92, 148

Jebb, Geo., 87

Jeeves, F. W., vicar of Great Shelford, 218

Jerome, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Jesus College, Camb., 107–8, 111, 183, 191–3, 198, 211, 217
-, estates, 7, 58, 114–15, 118–19, 183, 189, 211, 213, 252
-, fellows, 108
-, patronage, 107

John, King, 25, 55, 128

John son of Geoffrey, 77

John son of John (d. by 1279), 158
-, his w., see Mabel

John son of John (d. by 1283, ? another), 137

John son of Henry, 137

John, Hen. s. of, see Henry

John, Jn. s. of, see John

Johns, see Beldam-Johns

Johnson:
-, Edw., 130
-, Hen., 246
-, Mary, 130, 135

Jonas, Carter, 210

Jones:
-, A., 216
-, C. A., rector of Bassingbourn and of Abington Pigotts, 10

Joscelin, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Joscelyn:
-, Arthur (d. 1719), 229
-, Arthur (d. 1740), 229–30
-, fam., 233

Judd, fam., 148

Jude, fam., 189

Judith, m. Earl Waltheof, 128, 257

Jukes, H. A. L., vicar of Melbourn and of Meldreth, 95

K.

Kaye, fam., 106

Kefford, fam., 23

Kemp:
-, Eliz., see Stewart
-, Letitia, see King
-, Mary, m. Sir Edm. Bacon, 138
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1663), 138
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1734), 138

Kendall, H. E., 162

Kenilworth (Warws.), siege of, 136

Kennitt, Ric., rector of East Hatley, 45, 47

Kent, 35, 129
-, Rochester, bp. of, see Freake, Edm.
-, and see Canterbury; Dover; Greenwich; Lesnes

Keynsham (Som.), abbey, 63

Kidman, fam., 131

Kilborne (Kilborn):
-, Alice, 267
-, Wm., 161
-, fam., 259–60

Kilkenny, Wm., bp. of Ely, 203

Kilwardby, Rob., abp. of Canterbury, 107

Kimpton, Wm., 124

King:
-, Eliz., see Stewart
-, Ezekiah, rector of Fowlmere, 162
-, Isaac, minister of Abington Pigotts, 10
-, Letitia, m. Sir Rob. Kemp, 138
-, Ric., vicar of Steeple Morden, 121–2
-, Rob., 138

King's College, Camb., 130
-, estates, 131
-, fellows, see Goode, Francis; Sharp

King's Hall, Camb., 137

King's Lynn, see Lynn

Kingston, 167, 182

Kirkby, fam., 98

Kitchener, Thos., vicar of Steeple Morden, 122

Kitson:
-, Marg., w. of Sir Thos., m. 2 Sir Ric. Long, 3 Jn. Bourchier, earl of Bath, 124–5
-, Sir Thos., 124

Kneesworth:
-, Jn., 17
-, Thos., alderman of London, 53

Kneesworth, 1–2, 12, 24, 49–54, 83, 143
-, agric., 21, 49, 51–2
-, approved sch., 51
-, chap., 24, 53
-, chaplains, 53
-, cts., 53
-, dom. archit., 49
-, fair, 52
-, farms, 52–3
-, fields, 51–2
-, glebe, 18, 52
-, guild, 53
-, Hall, 29, 49, 51, 53
-, hearth tax, 269–71, 272 n
-, inc., 3, 52–3
-, inns, 49, 52, 55
-, man., 17–18, 49–51, 53, 73, 88, 146
-, mills, 52–3
-, nonconf., 54
-, par. officers, 53
-, persons from, 17, 26
-, poor relief, 53
-, pop., 49
-, roads, 49
-, sch., 54
-, tithes, 25, 53–4, 149
-, woodland, 49

Knight, Wm., 240

Knightley:
-, Jn., vicar of Guilden Morden, 108
-, Mat., rector of Fowlmere, 162

Knights Hospitallers, 101–2, 115, 120, 124–7, 136, 168, 190
-, estates, 7, 9, 107, 121
-, preceptory, see Shingay

Knights Templars, 140

Knutsford, Vct., see Holland

Kynne, Jn., 64

Kyriel, Sir Nic., and his w. Margery, 99 n

L.

L.N.W.R., see London & North Western Railway

Lackford (Suff.), 181

Lalley:
-, Edm., vicar of Croydon cum Clopton, 41
-, Thos., vicar of Croydon cum Clopton, 41

Lamott:
-, Hester, m. 2 Sir Thos. Honywood, 157
-, Jn., 157

Lancaster, Jn. of, duke of Bedford, 14, 19
-, his w. Jacquette, see Luxemburg

Lancaster, duchy of, 14, 19

Langton:
-, Thos., 138
-, Wal., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 138

Lanvaley:
-, Hawise de, m. Jn. de Burgh, 180
-, Maud de, see Pecche
-, Wm. de, 180

lark silver, 92

Latimer:
-, Alice, see Ledet
-, Christine, see Ledet
-, Jn., 70
-, Wm., 70
-, fam., Lds. Latimer, 130

Latimer, Lds., see Neville

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 134

Lavendon (Bucks.), abbey, 146–7

Law:
-, Jas., 222, 225
-, Jas. Edm., rector of Little Shelford, 222, 224–5

Lawrence, fam., 189

Lawson, Jn., vicar of Bassingbourn, 26

Lean, Fred., 220

Leathley, Geo., vicar of Wendy, 141

Ledet:
-, Alice, m. Wm. Latimer, 70
-, Christine, m. Hen. Braiboc, 70
-, Christine, m. Jn. Latimer, 70
-, Marg., see Foliot
-, Wal., 70
-, Wischard (d. 1221), 70
-, Wischard (d. c. 1241), 70 n

Lee, Wm., vicar of Stapleford, 235, 237

Leeds, dukes of, see Osborne

Leete:
-, S. L., 29
-, Simeon (d. 1777), 100, 107
-, Simeon (d. 1807), 100, 105, 107
-, Simeon (d. 1823), 100, 105, 107
-, Simeon (d. 1842), 100
-, Tempest, 100
-, fam., 100, 105

Legat:
-, Edm., 86
-, Rog., 86
-, Thos., 86

Leheup:
-, Peter (fl. 1746), 114
-, Peter (fl. 1754, another), 114
-, fam., 118

Leicestershire:
-, Loughborough, archdeacon of, see Hurrell, Wm. Phil.
-, and see Bosworth

Leighton:
-, Gunnore of, see Valognes
-, Sir Wal. of, 56
-, his s., see Valognes, Jn. de

Leofsige, abbot of Ely, 209

Lesnes (Kent), abbey, 35

Letchworth (Herts.), 23, 106

Lethbridge, T. C., 229

letting to halves, share cropping, 52, 105, 131

Lewes (Suss.), 129
-, priory, 144, 149, 262

Lewi (fl. 1066), 145

Leworthy, Wm., vicar of Harston, 189, 191

Leyburn, Rog. of, 146

leyrwite, 73, 170, 198, 223, 243, 257

libraries, parochial, and reading rooms, 13, 26, 66, 69, 108, 112, 122, 134, 156–7, 179, 218, 221, 225, 229, 251, 262

Lichfield, bp. of, see Langton, Wal.

Lilley:
-, David, 197–8
-, Edw., 197–8, 200
-, Geo. Lewis, 113, 198
-, Hen., vicar of Croydon cum Clopton and of Arrington, 41
-, Jas., 198
-, Jn., 100
-, Joshua, 113, 198
-, Ric. (d. 1655), 100
-, Ric. (fl. 1655), 100
-, Sam., 198
-, Thos. (fl. 1610), 100
-, Thos. (fl. 1633, another), 100
-, fam., 21, 200–1

Lilly:
-, Hen., vicar of Whaddon, 149
-, Joan, 145
-, Jn. (fl. c. 1410), 145
-, Jn. (fl. 1539), 145, 147
-, Ric., 145

lime burning, 92

Limlow Hill, see Litlington

Lincoln:
-, bps., see Smith, Wm.; Sutton, Oliver
-, canon, see Hegham
-, dean, see Hegham

Lincolnshire, 168; and see Lincoln; Nocton

Linge, Peter, 19

Linsdell, Thos., vicar of Hauxton cum Newton, 204

Linton:
-, Jn., 89
-, Wm., 87, 89, 91

Linton, 167, 234, 248, 255
-, Barham, 182

Lisle:
-, Beatrice de, see Beatrice
-, Rob. de (d. after 1220), 137
-, Rob. de (d. 1344), 34
-, Rob. de (d. c. 1395), 34
-, Sir Sim. de, 100
-, Warin de, 34
-, fam., 34

Litlington, 1–2, 4, 11–12, 32, 54– 66, 108, 112, 122
-, adv., 63
-, agric., 58–61
-, almsho., 66
-, chant., 63–4
-, chaplains, 64
-, char., 30 n, 66
-, ch., 10, 33, 54, 56, 58, 63–6
-, cts., 9, 62, 106–7, 133
-, curates, 63–4
-, dom. archit., 32, 55
-, fair, 55
-, farms, 56–8, 60–2
-, fields, 59
-, glebe, 63
-, guild, 64
-, hearth tax, 269–71, 272 n
-, inc., 3, 54–5, 58–9, 61–3, 65–6
-, inc., 62
-, Limlow Hill, 54–5, 59
-, man., 5–7, 55–60, 62, 66, 99
-, ho., 54, 56–8
-, mills, 22, 62–3
-, nonconf., 42, 65–6
-, par. officers, 62, 65
-, poor relief, 62
-, pop, 54
-, rectors, 63–4
-, rectory, 58, 60–1, 63
-, ho., 54, 63
-, roads, 55
-, Rom. rem., 54
-, sch., 12, 66
-, streams, 54
-, tithes, 60–1, 63–4
-, town land, 62, 66
-, vicarage, 9–10, 63–4
-, ho., 63–4
-, vicars, 55, 61–4, 66, 122
-, village green, 55, 63
-, woodland, 54
-, Wymondley priory lands, 7

Little:
-, Henrietta, m. Wm. Long, 183
-, Thos. Bridge, 183–4, 188
-, fam., 189

Littlebury, Thos., see Horn

Living, Josiah, and Sons, 215

Lock:
-, Anne, w. of Thos., 256
-, Thos., 256

Locke, Jas., 256

Lode, see Anglesey priory

London, 38, 84, 160, 189, 215, 267
-, aldermen, 166; and see Bowyer, Wm.; Clopton, Rob.; Fraunceys, Sir Adam; Kneesworth, Thos.; Pecche, Jn.; Shadworth; Stoughton
-, bell foundry, 28
-, bp., 210, 263
-, chant., 47
-, Corporation, 14
-, Downing Street, 47
-, Drapers' Company, 40
-, mayors, see Bowyer, Wm.; Clopton, Rob.; Staundon
-, motor taxis, 23
-, persons from, 6, 14–15, 17, 33–4, 50, 56–7, 99, 114, 130, 136, 157, 182, 209, 254–5
-, road from, 156, 195
-, St. Martin's-le-Grand royal free chap., 24–5
-, dean, 25; and see Cawdray
-, St. Thomas's hosp., 85–6
-, Savoy hosp., 85
-, and see Greenwich; Haliwell; Highgate; Westminster

London & North Western Railway (L.N.W.R.), 250

londonlode, 211

Long:
-, Dorothy, w. of Hen., m. 2 Sir Chas. Morrison, 125
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Russell, 124–5
-, Henrietta, see Little
-, Sir Hen. (fl. before 1540), 124
-, Hen. (d. 1573, another), 124–5
-, Marg., see Kitson
-, Sir Ric., 124–5, 127
-, Wm., 183

Longman, Geo., 49

Longstanton, 14, 69, 129, 166
-, vicar, see Finch, Hen.

Longstowe, 33, 43, 45
-, hund., 1

Loughborough (Leics.), archdeacon of, see Hurrell, Wm. Phil.

Loughton:
-, Jn., 56
-, Wm. (d. 1352), 56
-, Wm. (fl. 1352), 56

Loundres:
-, Joan, see Chelsfield
-, Thos., 35

Lovell:
-, Beatrice, 99
-, Edw., 15
-, Eliz., see Sinclair
-, Sir Francis (d. 1552), 15, 182
-, Francis (fl. 1585), 182
-, Sir Gregory, 182
-, Marg., see Hereward
-, Sir Ralph, 99
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1524), 15, 182
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1567), 15, 182
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1348), 99, 101
-, Wm. (fl. 1457), 35

Lower, M. H., rector of Fowlmere, 162

Lucas:
-, Edm., 243
-, Edw., 177, 239, 243, 247
-, Hen., 239
-, fam., 143

Lucy:
-, Sir Edm., 253
-, Eleanor, see Trumpington
-, Ellen, m. Sir Jn. Freville, 221, 226

Lutyens, Sir Edwin, 229

Luxemburg, Jacquette de, m. Jn. of Lancaster, duke of Bedford, 14

Lyell:
-, Baltzar, 182
-, Cath., 182
-, Hen., 182

Lyme Regis (Dors.), 88

Lynch, the, see Fowlmere

Lyndeby, Hen., and his w. Joan, 50

Lynn, King's (Norf.), 35, 155–6

Lynne:
-, Alice, w. of Thos., m. 2 Ant. Malory, 16
-, Edw., rector of Abington Pigotts, 10
-, Eliz., w. of Phil., see Fortescue
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., see Steward
-, Hen., 16, 18
-, Joan, w. of Thos., 16
-, Jn. (d. 1487), 15–16
-, Jn. (d. 1613), 16, 19
-, Jn. (d. c. 1660), 18
-, Phil., 15–16, 114
-, Ric., 15–17, 26
-, Thos., 16, 21
-, Wm., 16
-, fam., 17–18, 21

Lyster:
-, J. L., 231
-, W. G., 231

M.

Mabel, m. John s. of Jn., 158

Macaulay, Thos. Babington, 221

McDougalls Ltd., 215

MacGregor:
-, Eliza, m. — Higgins, 135
-, Thos., 135

Madingley:
-, Alice of, m. Sir Thos. Heslarton, 158, 182
-, Rob. of, 181–2, 184

Madingley, 130
-, Hall, 184

Maidenbury:
-, Edw., 101
-, Jn., 101

Malet, Thos., 242

Malory:
-, Alice, see Lynne
-, Ant., 16, 18

Malton, see Orwell

maltsilver, 258

Malvern, fam., 117–18

Manchester, 160

Mandeville:
-, Geof. de, 101, 168, 173, 241–2
-, Wm. de, earl of Essex, 168
-, fam., 242

Mandeville, honor of, 241

Manny, Sir Wal., 56, 85

Mansel (Mansell):
-, Guy, 113
-, Thos., 84
-, W. L., rector of Fowlmere, master of Trinity Coll., bp. of Bristol, 162
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1100), 84
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1195), 113

March, Wm. de la, 86–7

March, earls of, see Mortimer

Mareys, Rob., vicar of Croydon, 40; and see Maris

Margaret, w. of Conan, 14

Maris:
-, Hen., 215
-, Jn., 212
-, R. W., 219
-, Wm., 215
-, fam., 212, 215, 260
-, and see Mareys

market gardening, 22, 52, 119, 189, 215, 244

markets, see Bassingbourn; Cambridge; Clopton; Croydon; Fowlmere; Foxton; Royston; Walden, Saffron

Marr:
-, C. L., 146
-, P. J., 146

Marsh, Ric., rector of Bassingbourn, 25

Marshal (Marshall):
-, Sir Guy, 202
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1219), 14, 256
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1231), 14, 256

Martin the chamberlain, see Chamberlain

Martin (Martyn):
-, Frances, w. of Thos., 115
-, Hen. (d. 1619), 115
-, Hen. (d. 1708), 115
-, Sir Leslie, 239
-, Lettice, 82, 96, 164, 194, 207, 219, 227, 248
-, Mary, 17
-, Dr. Thos. (d. 1593), 101, 115
-, Thos. (d. by 1648), 115, 122
-, Thos. (d. 1663), 115
-, Thos. (fl. 1688), 115
-, Wal., 17
-, Wm. (d. before 1530), fellow of Peterhouse, 89
-, Wm. (fl. 1865–75), vicar of Steeple Morden, 122
-, fam., 60

Martineau, J., 161

Martyn, see Martin

Marvell:
-, And. (fl. 1568), 90
-, And. (d. 1641), 90
-, And. (d. 1678), 90
-, Anna, 90
-, Edw., 90
-, Geo., 90
-, Marg., 90
-, Wm., 90
-, fam., 90

Maryon:
-, Jn. (d. 1693), 58
-, Jn. (d. 1760), 58
-, Jos., 58
-, Mary, 58
-, fam., 60

Mason, Wm., 51–2

Massachusetts (U.S.A.), 216; and see Boston

Massingberd:
-, Ann, m. 1 Jn. Pyke, 2 Wm. Gordon, 84–5
-, Draner, 129

Matthew, Felise dau. of, see Felise

Maude, Timothy, vicar of Thriplow and of Wakefield, prebendary of York, 246

Mautravers:
-, Agnes, see Argentine
-, Jn., 71

Mead:
-, Fuller (d. c. 1630), 166–7, 169
-, Fuller (fl. 1641), 166, 242
-, Joan, w. of Thos., 99
-, Mary, see Fuller
-, Rob., 169
-, Rose, w. of Fuller, 166
-, Thos. (d. 1585), 99
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1617), 99
-, fam., 166

Medlock, Geo., 91

Melbourn, 1–2, 49, 67–82, 74, 80, 83, 155
-, adv., 79
-, agric., 3, 73–7
-, almsho., 78, 82
-, A.-S. rem., 67, 79
-, Black Peak, 67, 75, 77, 155–6, 160
-, Bury, 67–72, 75–7. 83–4
-, Fruit Farm, 91
-, chaplains, 79
-, char., 82
-, ch., 68, 70, 78–80, 82
-, cts., 78–9, 93
-, curates, 79–80, 95
-, dom. archit., 68
-, fair, 69
-, farms, 67, 71–3, 76–7
-, fields, 3, 73, 75
-, gas-works, 69
-, glebe, 70, 76, 79
-, hearth tax, 268–71, 272 n
-, inc., 3, 67–71, 75–6
-, ind., 3, 67, 77–8
-, inns, 68–9
-, man., 69–73, 75–8, 84, 86–9
-, ho., 68, 70–2
-, mills, 77
-, the Moor, 68–71, 73, 76–7, 91
-, nonconf., 28, 68, 80–2, 96, 225
-, par. officers, 78
-, persons from, 18, 34, 157, 173, 252
-, poor relief, 78–9
-, pop., 67
-, recreation ground, 69
-, rectors, 79
-, rectory, 69–70, 75–6, 79
-, roads, 67–8
-, Rock, 67
-, Rom. rem., 67
-, R. D., 9, 24, 53, 63, 79, 93, 107, 120, 126, 140, 148, 161, 174, 245
-, sch., 68, 78, 80–2, 96, 164, 177, 248
-, streams, 67
-, tithes, 70, 75, 79
-, town ho., 78
-, town land, 75, 78
-, vicarage, 79
-, ho., 68–9, 79
-, vicars, 69, 76, 79–80, 82, 175; and see Heckford; Jukes
-, village coll., 82, 96, 164, 177, 194, 248
-, village green, 68–9

Melbourn, South (Herts.), 67

Melbourn Whiting Co. Ltd., 78, 119–20

Meldreth, 1–2, 67–9, 74, 78, 83– 97, 142–3, 147
-, adv., 93
-, agric., 3, 75–7, 83, 89–91
-, almsho., 97
-, A.-S. rem., 88
-, bridges, 84
-, chant., 89, 94
-, chaplains, 93–4
-, char., 96–7
-, Chiswick (Cheeswick) End, 83–4, 96
-, ch., 80, 81, 83, 87–9, 91–6, 149
-, Court, 84, 86, 90
-, cts., 62, 92–3
-, curates, 94–5
-, farms, 52, 73, 91
-, fields, 3, 51, 89–91
-, gas-works, 84
-, glebe, 88–9, 94
-, guild, 94
-, hearth tax, 269–71, 272 n
-, inc., 3, 50, 67, 71, 83, 85, 87–9, 91, 94, 147
-, ind., 3, 67, 83, 92
-, inns, 84
-, man., 50, 69–70, 73, 76, 84–9, 91–3
-, ho., 83, 85–8, 92–3
-, Mettle (Mutlow) hill, 1, 83, 89, 91
-, mills, 77, 86, 91–2
-, nonconf., 81, 96
-, North End, 83, 88, 91, 96
-, par. officers, 93
-, person from, 16
-, poor relief, 93
-, pop., 83
-, rly. sta., 68, 83–4, 92, 143
-, recreation ground, 83–4
-, rectors, 94
-, rectory, 69, 88–91, 94
-, ho., 83, 89
-, roads, 83
-, sch., 82, 96, 151
-, streams, 83–4, 86–8, 91
-, tithes, 88–9, 92–4
-, town ho., 93
-, vicarage, 93–4
-, ho., 83, 89, 94
-, vicars, 82, 91, 93–5
-, village greens, 83
-, Whaddon Green, see Whaddon

Meldreth and Melbourn District Gas and Water Co., 84

Meldreth Portland Cement and Brick Co., 92

merchet, 90, 116, 170, 257

Meredith, Sir Wm., 18

Merry:
-, Rob., vicar of Guilden Morden, 100, 108
-, fam., 100

messors, 190, 216

Metals Research Ltd., 67, 78

Metcalfe (Metcalf):
-, Benj. (fl. 1640), 81
-, Benj (? d. 1698), 81
-, Dr. Rob., 102
-, Wm. (d. 1827), vicar of Stapleford, precentor of Ely, 235
-, Wm. (d. 1850), rector of Fowlmere, 161
-, Mrs., 81
-, fam., 81

Methodists, 29, 66, 81, 96, 109, 123, 135, 142, 151, 177, 193, 227, 236, 247, 266

Meulan, count of, see Waleran

Meyer:
-, A., 71
-, Thos., 71

Michaelhouse, Camb., 169
-, estates, 182
-, fellows, 47

Middlesex, see Haliwell; Highgate

Middleton, Jn., 36

Midland Strict Baptist Association, 237

Mildmay, Wm., 114

Miles, Wm., 171

Miller, Edw., 268

Milton, 255

Minshull, Ric., master of Sidney Sussex Coll., 239

Minster (Monastery):
-, Humph. at, 32
-, Jn. of, 32

Mitchell:
-, Anne, 157, 164
-, Jas. (d. 1728), 157, 161
-, Jas. (d. 1768), 157
-, Jas. (d. 1838), 157, 167
-, Knight, 157
-, Knight Geo. Coote, 157
-, Mary, m. Capt. Hen. Sholto Douglas, 157, 164
-, Wm. (d. 1745), 157, 163
-, Wm. (d. c. 1764), 157
-, fam., 163
-, arms, 163

molmen, 7, 73, 75, 90

Monastery, see Minster

Montacute, Sim., bp. of Ely, 263

Montagu, marquess of, see Neville

Montgomery, Fulk de, 112–13

Moore, fam., 261; and see More

Mordant (Mordaunt):
-, Anne, see Huntingdon
-, Jane, m. 1 Thos. (or Geo.) St. George, 2 Edw. Slade, 129
-, Sir Jn., 72
-, Rob., 241
-, Wm., 241

Morden:
-, Jn., rector of Fowlmere, 159, 162
-, Luke of, 115
-, Ric. of, 101

Morden, Guilden, 1, 6, 97–110, 111, 124, 136
-, adv., 107
-, agric., 102–3, 105–6
-, almsho., 107
-, bridges, 97–8, 112
-, chant., 108
-, chaplains, 108
-, char., 109–10
-, ch., 96, 97–8, 100–1, 107–10, 122
-, cts., 62, 106–7
-, curates, 107–8
-, dom. archit., 98
-, fair, 98
-, farms, 100–3, 105–6, 109, 116
-, fields, 103
-, glebe, 101, 105–7
-, Great Green, 97, 106, 109
-, hearth tax, 269–71, 272 n
-, inc., 3, 97, 100–3, 105–7, 109–10
-, ind., 106
-, inns, 98
-, Little End, 97
-, Little Green, 97, 103
-, man., 57, 98–103, 105–7, 114–15
-, ho., 97, 99–100, 102
-, mills, 106
-, Morden fen, 97
-, Morden Hall, 100, 103
-, nonconf., 42, 108–10, 127
-, par. officers, 107, 110
-, persons from, 34
-, poor relief, 107
-, pop., 97, 111
-, Pound Green, 97, 109–10
-, recreation ground, 98
-, rectory, 101, 103, 105, 107, 109
-, Redreth, 2, 97, 103
-, chap., 108
-, roads, 97–8
-, Rom. rem., 97
-, Ruddery Spring, 97
-, sch., 110, 142
-, tithes, 101, 103, 105, 107
-, town ho., 107
-, town lands, 109–10
-, Town's End, 97, 103
-, vicarage, 105, 107
-, ho., 100, 108, 110
-, vicars, 64, 103, 106–8, 110; and see Atkins; Merry
-, workhouse, 107
-, and see Odsey

Morden, Steeple, 1–2, 63, 97–8, 105, 111–24, 136
-, adv., 120–1
-, agric., 3, 60, 111, 116–19
-, Brook End, 111
-, chant., 122
-, chaplains, 121
-, char., 124
-, ch., 10, 81, 108, 111–12, 114, 117, 120–3
-, cts., 115, 120
-, curates, 108, 121–2
-, dom. archit., 111–12
-, farms, 113–16, 118–20, 126
-, fields, 116–17
-, Gatley (Gatwell) End, 111
-, glebe, 115–16, 121
-, Glitton, 111, 116
-, guild, 121–2
-, hearth tax, 269–71, 272 n
-, inc., 3, 111–16, 118–19, 121, 124
-, ind., 119–20
-, inns, 112
-, man., 7, 10, 16, 35, 58, 100, 102, 112–20
-, ho., 111, 113–14
-, mills, 119
-, Morden Green, 111–12
-, North Brook End, 111–12, 115, 117–19
-, nonconf. 109, 123
-, par. officers, 122
-, persons from, 101
-, poor relief, 120
-, pop., 97, 111
-, rly sta., 112, 123
-, recreation ground, 112
-, rectors, 10, 120–1
-, rectory, 115–17, 120–2
-, ho., 111, 120–1
-, roads, 111–12
-, sch., 114, 122–3
-, streams, 111, 117
-, tithes, 10, 115–16, 118, 121
-, town land, 118, 124
-, vicarage, 10, 115, 121
-, ho., 121
-, vicars, 10, 64, 118–19, 121–3
-, and see Odsey

Morden Green, see Morden, Steeple

More:
-, Alice, see Scalers
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Tempest, 144
-, Geo., 144
-, Jn. (d. 1493), 144, 149–50
-, Jn. (d. 1542), 144, 147
-, Jn. (d. by 1705), 219
-, Joyce, w. of Thos., 144
-, Thos., 144, 146
-, Wm., 144–5
-, and see Moore

Morgan:
-, Jn. (d. 1495), 108
-, Jn. (d. 1557), 103
-, Jn. (d. 1581), 105
-, Rob., 105
-, Thos., 105
-, fam., 105, 115

Morley:
-, Mrs., 29
-, fam., 23

Mormons, 134, 151

Morrison:
-, Sir Chas., 125
-, Dorothy, see Long
-, J. S., 211

Mortimer:
-, Cassandra, 167
-, Cecily, m. 1 Sir Jn. Harling, 2 Sir Jn. Radcliffe, 167
-, Constantine (d. 1355), 167, 173
-, Sir Constantine (d. c. 1357), 167
-, Isabel, see Banks
-, Maud, 167
-, Rob. (d. c. 1265), 167
-, Rob. (d. 1387), 167
-, Thos., 167
-, Sir Wm., 167, 173, 182
-, fam., 55, 169, 251 n, 252

Mortlock:
-, Jn., 84, 157
-, Jn. Geo., 84, 86–7, 91
-, Wm., 84, 87
-, Miss, 84
-, fam., 84

Morys:
-, Jn. (fl. 1369), 257
-, Jn. (fl. 1430–50), 257
-, Jn. (fl. 1490), 257
-, Nic., 257
-, Thos., 257

Mossop, fam., 57

motor cars, manufacture of, 3, 23

Moule, fam., 39, 147–8

Moyne:
-, Alan le (fl. 1264–94), 6
-, Alan le (fl. 1311, ? another), 6
-, Alex. le (fl. 1240), 6, 58
-, Alex. le (d. by 1324), 6
-, Fulk le, 130
-, Hen. le, 146
-, Jn. le (d. 1275), sheriff of Cambs., 210–11, 216–17, 229
-, Jn. le (fl. 1324), 6
-, Marg., see Scalers
-, Mary le, w. of Sir Wm., see Pecche
-, Nic. le, 210–11
-, Peter le, 6
-, Rob. le, 130
-, Rose le, w. of Alex., 58
-, Thos. le, 6
-, Tibbald le, 210
-, Wm. le (fl. 1138), 210–11
-, Wm. le (fl. 1198), 210
-, Wm. le (fl. after 1235), 58
-, Wm. le (fl. 1332–46), 6
-, Wm. le (fl. 1381), 6, 8
-, Sir Wm. le (d. 1404), 5
-, fam., 7

Mucegros:
-, Ric. de, 98, 254
-, fam., 101

Mulis, Chas., vicar of Stapleford and of Pampisford, 235

Munchensy, Denise de, 32

Munfitchet:
-, Gilb. de, 157
-, Marg. de, see Clare
-, Philippa, m. Hugh de Plaiz, 157
-, Ric. de (d. 1204), 157–8
-, Ric. de (d. 1267), 157–8, 166
-, Wm. de, 157–8

Muschet:
-, Hen., 240
-, Joan, 240
-, Wm. (d. by 1228), 240, 242
-, Wm. (fl. 1279), 240, 243
-, Wm. (fl. 1346), 240
-, fam., 240

N.

Napier:
-, Cath., see Alington
-, Nat., 71

Nash:
-, Thos., 160
-, —, of Royston, architects, 28
-, fam., 160

Nash Woodham:
-, Wm., 157, 160
-, —, w. of Wm., widow of — Beldam-Johns, 157

National Seed Development Organization, 198, 201

National Society, 29, 110, 177, 219

Neckbone:
-, Geof., 100–1
-, Rob., 101

Needham, Jas., 115

Negus, Gilb., vicar of Litlington and of Steeple Morden, fellow of Clare Coll., 64

Neve, Rupert, 67

Neve Electronic Laboratories, 78

Neville:
-, Anne, m. Sir Wm. Stonor, 85
-, Eliz., m. 1 Thos., Ld. Scrope of Masham, 2 Sir Hen. Wentworth, 252
-, Hugh de, 55–6
-, Isabel, see Ingoldisthorpe
-, Jn., marquess of Montagu, 85, 252
-, Lucy, m. Sir Ant. Browne, 252
-, Ralph, earl of Westmorland, 14
-, fam., Lds. Latimer, 130

New College, Oxford, 121–4
-, estates, 72, 115–16, 118–20
-, fellows, 121–2
-, patronage, 121

New Model Army, 144

New River, 252

New Zealand, 105, 162

Newling:
-, J.J., 77
-, Thos., 76
-, fam., 189

Newmarket (Suff.), 68–9, 76, 155

Newport, Wm., 34, 36

Newton, 152–4, 165, 178, 183, 186, 187–8, 194–207, 220
-, agric., 187, 198–201
-, chaplains, 203
-, char., 207
-, ch. (or chap.), 152, 195–6, 202–6, 205, 225
-, cts., 202
-, curates, 95, 192, 203–4
-, dom. archit., 195–6, 224
-, farms, 196, 199–200, 203
-, fields, 198–9
-, glebe, 203
-, Hall, 168, 181, 197–8, 201, 224
-, hearth tax, 269–70, 272
-, inc., 154, 194, 196, 198–200, 203
-, inns, 196
-, man., 152, 194–8, 200–2, 205
-, ho., 195–6
-, 'Mutlowe', 152
-, nonconf., 204, 206
-, persons from, 168, 183–4
-, poor relief, 202
-, pop., 194–5
-, roads, 195
-, sch., 206–7
-, streams, 238
-, tithes, 191, 197, 203, 217
-, vicarage, 203
-, ho., 203
-, vicars, 203–4, 207; and see Gunning, Francis

Nichols (Nicholls):
-, Jn., 81
-, Sam., 162

Niel, bp. of Ely, 229, 240

Niel the chamberlain, 136–7, 182

Nightingale:
-, Sir Chas. Ethelston, 51, 53, 87–8, 93
-, Edw. (d. 1723), 26, 28, 50, 52
-, Edw. (d. 1750), 50
-, Edw. (d. 1782), 50, 88
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1804), 51–2
-, Eleanor, w. of Edw., 50
-, Gamaliel, 51–2
-, Geof. (d. 1620), 50, 52
-, Geof. (d. 1681), 50
-, Geof. (d. 1771), 17, 50
-, Jn., 118
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1645), 17, 50
-, Thos. (fl. 1648), 17
-, fam., 17–18, 21, 27, 50–3, 88, 91, 118

Nobelot:
-, Geof., 131
-, Hugh, 131

Nocton (Lincs.), 168

nonconformity, see Baptists; Congregationalists; Independents; Methodists; Mormons; Presbyterians; Quakers; Salvation Army; United Brethren; United Reformed Church

Norfolk, duke of, see Howard, Thos.

Norfolk, earldom of, 257

Norfolk, 26, 99, 129, 183; and see Attleburgh; Garboldisham; Gissing; Hunstanton; Lynn, King's; Norwich

North, Hen., 230

North Brook End, see Morden, Steeple

Northamptonshire, 16, 162; and see Braybrook; Clopton; Corby; Glapthorne; Peterborough

Northbrook, Thos., 101

Northman (fl. 1066), 252

Northumberland, 31–2; and see Ford

Northwold, Hugh of, bp. of Ely, 203, 240

Norton:
-, Abraha, see Wimbish
-, Francis, 169
-, Joyce, 98, 114

Norwich:
-, Eleanor, see Fraunceys
-, Sir Jn., 33

Norwich, 160
-, archdeacon of, see Freake, Jn.
-, bp. of, see Walton, Sim.

Nottingham, 123

Notton:
-, Wm. (d. c. 1365), 56
-, Wm. (d. 1392 X 1405), 56
-, Wm. (fl. 1405), 56

Nunn, fam., 18, 23

Nutter, J., 219

O.

Oakington, 35

Oddy, Jos., minister of Meldreth, 94, 96

Odo the chamberlain, 136, 138, 145–6, 182

Odo the goldsmith, 55

Odsey, in Guilden Morden and Steeple Morden, 72, 89, 97–8, 105, 113, 118
-, grange, 97–8, 102–3, 105, 107, 115
-, sch., 123

Odsey Heath (Herts.), 102

officers, manorial, see affeerors; aletasters; haywards; herdsmen; messors; pinders

Old North Road, 49, 52, 124, 135–6, 142

Oldrid Scott, C. W., see Scott

Ombersley (Worcs.), 125

Orable, fam., 51–2

orchards and fruit growing, 3, 8, 20, 22, 45, 60, 75, 77, 83, 91, 106, 111, 119, 147, 154, 172–3, 189, 215, 223, 259

Orford, earl of, see Russell, Edw.

Orgar (fl. 1066), 180

Orwell, 33, 71, 83, 142
-, Malton, 87–8
-, man., 98, 128
-, nonconf., 247
-, rector, see Chamberlain, Wm.
-, sch., 42, 151

Osborne:
-, Lady Frances, 237
-, Francis Godolphin, Ld. Godolphin, M.P. for Cambs., 230–1
-, Geo., duke of Leeds, 231
-, Mary, see Godolphin
-, Thos., duke of Leeds, 230
-, Thos. Godolphin, duke of Leeds, 231
-, fam., 231, 233

Otteringham, Ric., rector of Great Shelford, official of Ely diocese, 217

Oxenbridge, Thos., 88, 114

Oxford, earls of, see Harley; Vere

Oxford:
-, mayor, see Gray, Sir Wal.
-, university, see Exeter College; New College

Oxfordshire, see Oxford; Wallingford; Wheatfield

P.

Palavicino:
-, Cath., see Cromwell
-, Sir Hen., 166
-, Toby (Tobias), 166–7, 221–2
-, fam., arms, 222

Palmer:
-, Alfred Jn., 71, 77, 151
-, Collis, 71, 77
-, Geo. (d. 1934), 85
-, Geo. (fl. 1978), 85
-, Mary, w. of Alfred Jn., 71, 151
-, fam., 77

Pampisford, 161, 191
-, vicar, see Mulis
-, and see Bourn Bridge

Pamplyn, fam., 233

Papworth:
-, Jn. of, 100
-, Ric., 160

Papworth Everard, 100

Parker:
-, Jn., 18
-, R., 57–8
-, Thos., 161, 167–8

Parsons:
-, Wm., 91
-, Mr., 255
-, fam., 260

Parys:
-, Jn., 255
-, Marg., see Huntingdon
-, Phil., 234, 255

Patesley, Thos., rector of Great Shelford, 217–18

Pavy, Seth, vicar of Wendy, 141

Payn (Payne):
-, Jn., 70
-, Rob., 159

Paynel:
-, Anne, 72
-, Jn., 72
-, Rob., 72
-, Thos., 72

Pearce:
-, Alex., 215
-, fam., 202

Pearne, see Perne

Peasants' Revolt, 6, 33, 99, 103, 124

Pecche:
-, Alice, see Peverel
-, Geof., 191
-, Gilb. (d. 1212), 32, 180
-, Gilb. (d. 1291), 100
-, Hamon (d. by 1185), 98, 100, 180, 191
-, Hamon (d. 1241), 180
-, Jn. (d. 1380), alderman of London, 5
-, Mary, w. of Jn., m. 2 Sir Wm. le Moyne, 5
-, Maud, m. Wm. de Lanvaley, 180
-, Sir Wm., 5
-, fam., 31, 98, 100, 180, 182

Pecham, Jn., abp. of Canterbury, 107

Peck (Pecke):
-, Austin, 267
-, Francis, 248

Pedevolt, Hugh, 87–8, 93

Peers, Margaretta Maria, m. Jn Badger Willis, 58

Pemberton:
-, Anne, see Stevenson
-, Chris. (d. 1809), 198
-, Chris. (d. 1850), 87, 198, 200, 206–7
-, Chris. Rob., 198, 206
-, Frances Maria Sophia, m. 1 W. H Campbell, 2 H. W. Hodges, 253
-, Sir Francis (d. 1697), 253, 256, 260–1, 265
-, Francis (d. 1762), 198 n, 253–4
-, Francis Alex. Ric., 198
-, Francis Chas. Jas., 253, 259–60
-, Francis Wm., 253
-, Sir Francis Wm. Wingate, 253–4
-, (formerly Hodges), H. W., 253
-, Jeremy, 198, 252–3, 263
-, Patricia Frances Sophia, m. T. P. Hudson (later Pemberton), 253, 267
-, (formerly Hudson), T. P., 253
-, Violet Patricia Sophia, m. W. W. Wingate (later Pemberton), 253
-, (formerly Campbell), W. H., 253
-, (formerly Wingate), W. W., 253
-, fam., 198, 200, 203, 206, 248–50, 252, 256, 259–63, 265–7

Pembroke, earls of, see Hastings; Marshal; Valence

Pepper, fam., 77, 119

Pepys, Sam., 156

Perkins:
-, Ambrose Hope, 239–40
-, Hen., 157, 240–1
-, Jn., vicar of Thriplow, 245, 247

Permanex Ltd., 23

Perne (Pearne):
-, And., (d. 1772), rector of Abington Pigotts, 9–10
-, And. (d. 1807), rector of Abington Pigotts, 10
-, Thos., fellow of Peterhouse, vicar of Melbourn, 79

Pernes:
-, Alice de, m. Nic. of Wendy, 101
-, Baldwin de, 101
-, Thos. de, 101
-, Walkelin de, 101

Perse:
-, Martin, 16
-, Steph., 16

Perse school, see Cambridge

Pest Control Ltd., 202

Peter the chaplain, 235

Peter:
-, Branson (d. 1697), 233
-, Branson (fl. 1700), 233
-, and see Petre

Peterborough (Northants.), 201, 210 bp. of, 174

Peterhouse, Camb., 241, 245, 247
-, estates, 73, 76–7, 89
-, fellows, see Martin, Wm.; Perne, Thos.

Petre:
-, Anne, see Tyrell
-, Edw., 88
-, Eliz., m. Roger Dickinson, 88
-, Eliz., w. of Jn., 88
-, Jn., Ld. Petre (d. 1613), 88
-, Jn. (d. by 1691), 88
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1572), 87–8
-, Wm., Ld. Petre (d. 1637), 88
-, and see Peter

Peverel:
-, Alice, m. Hamon Pecche, 98, 180
-, Asceline, m. Geof. de Waterville, 98, 128, 254
-, Maud, m. Hugh of Dover, 98
-, Pain, 98, 101, 107, 128, 133, 180, 191, 254
-, Wm., 98, 102, 106–7, 128
-, fam., 31, 117

Peverel, honor of, 31

Peyto-Verney, Hen., see Verney

Peyton:
-, Frances, see Haselden
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1550), 57, 87, 99
-, Rob. (fl. 1582), 99

Philippa (of Hainault), queen of Edw. III, 14, 25

Philips (Phillips):
-, G. W. E., vicar of Wendy, 141
-, fam., 13

Pichard:
-, Adam, 6
-, Anastasia, 98
-, Hamon (fl. to 1169), 98, 106–7
-, Hamon (fl. 1278), 6, 32, 98
-, Hamon (fl. 1332), 98
-, Hamon (fl. 1356, another), 6
-, Joan, w. of Wm., 98
-, Jn., 6
-, Maud, 98
-, Wm. (fl. 1235), 98
-, Wm. (fl. 1293–1318), 6, 9, 98
-, Wm. (d. c. 1349, another), 6, 9
-, Wm. (d. by 1360), 98
-, fam., 98
-, and see Pychard

Pickering:
-, Eliz., 150
-, Grace, w. of Sir Hen., 144, 149–50
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1668), M.P. for Cambs., 144, 146–7
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1705), M.P. for Cambs., 50, 144
-, Wm., vicar of Whaddon, 149
-, fam., 150

Picot the sheriff, 31, 39, 43–4, 98, 102, 107, 128, 132–3, 180–1, 184, 190–1, 254, 257, 262

Picot, fam., 32, 44

Pigott (Pigot):
-, Anne, w. of Jn., 5, 10
-, Dorothea, w. of Jn., 5
-, Eleanor, see Enderby
-, Eliz. Mildred Graham-Foster-, m. Magens De Courcy-Ireland, 5, 10
-, Francis, 253
-, (formerly Graham) Geo. Edw. Graham-Foster-, 5–6, 9, 61
-, Geo. Granado Graham-Foster-, rector of Abington Pigotts, 5, 10
-, Granado (d. 1724), M.P. for Cambs., 5–6, 18
-, Granado (d. 1768), 5, 18
-, Granado (d. 1794), 5
-, Granado (d. 1802), 5, 8, 18
-, his w., 5
-, Hen. (d. 1485), 5
-, Hen. (d. 1588), 5–6
-, Jn. (d. 1465), 5–7, 9, 11, 56
-, Jn. (d. 1613), 5, 11
-, Jn. (d. 1617), 5, 7, 11
-, Jn. (d. 1679), 4–5, 8
-, Jn. (d. 1681), 5
-, Mary, m. Wm. Foster (later Pigott), 5
-, Mary Graham-Foster-, see Foster
-, Thos. (d. 1485), sheriff of Cambs., 5
-, Thos. (d. 1532), 5, 7, 10
-, Thos. Graham-Foster-, 5
-, (formerly Foster), Wm., 5, 61
-, Wm. Graham-Foster-, rector of Abington Pigotts, 5, 10–11
-, fam., 4–5, 9–11, 56, 58, 115

pigs and pig farming, 22, 61, 75–6, 116, 119, 146, 158–60, 199, 212, 223, 242

Pilgrim, fam., 17

pillory, 161

Pincote, see Tadlow

pinders, 78, 190, 234

Pink, fam., 173

Pitcher, see Pychard

Pitchford:
-, Alice, w. of Geof. of, m. 2 Rob. Butler, 101
-, Geof. of, 101
-, Ric. of, 101

Plaiz:
-, Sir Giles (d. 1302), 157
-, Giles, Ld. Plaiz (d. 1334), 157
-, Hugh de, 157
-, Jn., Ld. Plaiz, 157
-, Marg., m. Sir Jn. Howard, 157
-, Philippa, see Munfitchet
-, Ralph de, 157–8
-, Ric. de (d. 1327), 157
-, Ric., Ld. Plaiz (d. 1360), 157, 161

Plant Breeding Research Inst., see Agriculture, Ministry of

Playle:
-, A. S., 23
-, fam., 61

Plumptre:
-, Chas., vicar of Whaddon, 150
-, Rob., vicar of Whaddon, rector of Wimpole, president of Queens' Coll., 150

Plymouth, earl of, see Windsor, Other Lewis

Pole:
-, Sir Edm. de la, 85, 252
-, Marg. de la, m. Thos. Ingoldisthorpe, 85, 252
-, Marg. de la, w. of Sir Wal., 252
-, Sir Wal. de la, 85, 252
-, fam., 258
-, arms, 95

population, see depopulation; emigration; and see under parishes

Porter:
-, Agnes, see Fraunceys
-, Sir Wm., 145, 256
-, Potter, Sim., rector of Fowlmere, 162

Potton (Beds.), 78

Pouger:
-, Hugh, 230
-, Jn., 230

poultry and poultry farming, 8, 22, 61, 75–7, 91, 116, 119, 131, 159–60, 189, 215, 224, 232, 244, 259

Pound Green, see Morden, Guilden

Powell:
-, I. O., vicar of Whaddon, 150
-, Norah Cecil Wale, 222

Power, Jos., vicar of Litlington, Camb. university librarian, 64

Poynter, Ambrose, 200

Premier Travel Coach Co., 189

Presbyterians, 11, 28, 47–8, 81, 109, 135, 150, 177, 206, 227

Preston, Mr., 221

priest, Almar the, see Almar

priest, Ralph the, see Ralph

priest, Steph. the, see Stephen

Prilly, fam., 98

Prime:
-, Anne, w. of Ric., 242
-, Benj. (d. 1585), 242
-, Benj. (fl. 1800), 243
-, Jas., 243
-, Kath., w. of Ric., m. 2 Thos. Wale, 242
-, Ric. (d. 1565), 242–3
-, Ric. (d. 1653), 242–3
-, Thos. (fl. 1522), 243
-, Thos. (fl. 1800), 21
-, Thos. (fl. 1840), 244
-, fam., 21, 200, 242–3, 247

printing, 154, 166, 173, 176

Prior, Jas. (? two of the name), 17

Provence, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

Punchard, H. O., vicar of Litlington, of Abington Pigotts, of Wendy cum Shingay, and of Croydon cum Clopton, 64

Punsbourn (Herts.), 114

Purdue, Sim., 243

Purleigh (Essex), 197
-, rector, see Freake, Jn.

Putterning, Jn., 159

Pychard (Pitcher):
-, Edw., 250, 253, 264
-, Eleanor, w. of Edw., 253
-, Frances, w. of Thos., 253
-, Jn., 253
-, Mary, w. of Thos., m. 2 (Sir) Jas. Whitelocke, 253, 267
-, Thos. (d. 1577), 253
-, Thos. (d. 1655), 253, 257
-, Thos. (fl. 1655), 253
-, Thos. (fl. 1676, another), 253, 257
-, Wm. (d. 1614), 252–3, 257, 259–62, 267
-, Wm. (d. 1615), 253
-, fam., 253, 265
-, arms, 254
-, and see Pichard

Pye of Cambridge, 81

Pyke:
-, Ann, see Massingberd
-, (formerly Crouch), Bromsall, 84
-, Caroline, m. Wm. Burleigh, 85
-, Eliz., m. Jn. Crouch, 84
-, Emily, m. Morden Carthew, 85
-, Geo. (d. 1658), 84–5, 95
-, Geo. (fl. 1662), 84
-, (formerly Crouch), Jn. (d. 1738), 84
-, (formerly Crouch), Jn. (fl. 1738), 84
-, (formerly Tweed), Jn. (fl. 1776), 84
-, Mary Anne, m. Wm. Hutton, 85
-, Sarah, see Bendyshe
-, (formerly Crouch), Thos., 84
-, fam., 95
-, arms, 85

Pyne, S. E., 28

Q.

Quakers, 96, 247

quarries, 78, 119–20

Queen Anne's Bounty, 25, 63, 121, 140–1, 217, 245

Queens' College, Camb., 157
-, presidents, see Plumptre, Rob.; Wells, Wm.

Quincy:
-, Alfred de, 115
-, Asceline de, see Waterville
-, Ellen de, m. Alan la Zouche, 251
-, Marg. de, m. Wm. de Ferrers, earl of Derby, 253
-, Rog. de, earl of Winchester, 251, 253
-, Saher de (d. 1190), 98
-, Saher de, earl of Winchester (d. 1219), 98
-, fam., 251, 253

Quintin, Thos., 106

Quy:
-, Geof. of, 44
-, Jn. of (fl. 1267–90), 44–6
-, Jn. of (fl. 1302–27), 44
-, Jn. of (fl. 1346, ? another), 44–5
-, Wm. of (fl. 1205, 1242, ? two of the name), 44
-, Sir Wm. of (fl. c. 1260), 44

Quy, 44
-, Hall, 230

R.

R.A.F., 14, 112, 143, 155

R.S.P.B., see Birds, Royal Society for the Protection of

Radcliffe:
-, Anne, m. Chas. Clark, 57
-, Arthur, 57
-, Cecily, see Mortimer
-, Edw. (d. 1660), 57
-, Edw. (d. 1727), 57
-, Geo., 57
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1441), 167
-, Jn. (d. 1742), 57
-, Jn. (d. 1783), 57
-, Penelope, m. Sir Chas. Farnaby, 57
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1720), 57
-, Ralph (d. 1760), 57
-, and see Delmé-Radcliffe

Radeswell:
-, Jn. de, 56
-, Sir Rob. of, 56
-, fam., 56

Radwell:
-, Amphelise of, see Caxton
-, Niel of, 70

railways:
-, Cambridge-Bedford, 250
-, Cambridge-Haverhill, 208
-, Cambridge-London, 13, 208, 228, 250
-, Cambridge-Royston, 68, 83, 166, 179
-, Royston-Hitchin, 112
-, Royston-Shelford, 208–9
-, stations, see Foxton; Harston; Meldreth; Morden, Steeple; Shelford, Great

Ralph, rector of Stapleford, 235

Ralph son of Everard, 35

Ralph son of Fulk, 136

Ralph son of Joscelin, 32

Ralph the priest, 145–6, 148–9

Ralph (fl. 1086), 6

Ralph, Fulk s. of, see Fulk

Ralph, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Rames, Sibyl de, m. Rob. FitzHamon, 115, 124

Ramsey (Hunts.), abbey, 101, 229

Randall:
-, Jas., 17
-, Wm., 17

Rank Hovis Ltd., 215

Ranulph son of Henry, 137

Ranulph (fl. 1086), 183

'Rational' cars, 23

Raveley, Great (Hunts.), 5

Ravensworth (Yorks. N.R.), 137

Rawlings:
-, Jas., 77
-, fam., 234

Raworth, Jn., vicar of Guilden Morden, 108

Raymond:
-, Wm. (fl. 1410), 199
-, Wm. (d. 1555), 200
-, fam., 199–200

Rayner, fam., 172

recreation grounds, see Bassingbourn; Fowlmere; Foxton; Harston; Melbourn; Meldreth; Morden, Guilden; Morden, Steeple; Shelford, Great; Shelford, Little; Trumpington; Whaddon

Red Cross, see Shelford, Great

Redman, Jn., 218

Redreth, see Morden, Guilden

Redvers, fam., earls of Devon, 34

Reeve, Thos., 89

Regges:
-, Eleanor, see Thornton
-, Jn. de, 137

Reimbercourt, Guy de, 69–70, 72–3, 77, 86, 89, 91

Revell, Thos., 126

Reynolds:
-, Abraham, 239
-, Jn., 232
-, Thos., 239
-, Wm., 239, 246
-, fam., 232

Richard II, 24, 251

Richard III, 157, 197, 256
-, as duke of Gloucester, 157, 197

Richard son of Alan, 168

Richard son of Count Gilbert, 144

Richard son of Ralph, 158
-, his s., see William
-, his w., see Cecilia

Richard's Castle (Salop), 228 n

Richford, Jn., 126

Richmond:
-, ctss. of, see Beaufort, Marg.
-, earls of, 14–15; and see Alan; Brittany; Conan; Dreux; Tudor
-, Id. of, see George; Stephen

Richmond, honor of, 1, 14–15, 39, 44, 50, 73, 87, 136–8, 145–7, 167, 169, 182, 221
-, chamberlains, see George; Niel; Odo; Robert
-, steward, see Bassingbourn, Warin of tourn, 1, 39, 46, 139, 148, 152, 173

Rickinghale, Jn., bp. of Chichester, 221

Riga (U.S.S.R.), 222

Rigby, Hen., vicar of Wendy, 141

riots and unrest, see agricultural unrest; Peasants' Revolt

Ripper, Wal., 202

Riste, Geo., alderman of Camb., 265, 267

Ritagen Ltd., 92

Rivaux, Peter des, rector of Trumpington, 262

Rivel, Wm., 101

roads:
-, Roman, 152
-, turnpike, 31, 49, 55, 68, 112, 128, 155, 166, 178, 195, 208, 220, 228, 238, 249
-, and see Ashwell Street; Ermine Street; Icknield Way; Old North Road; Wool Street; Wort's Causeway

Roads, Messrs., 148

Robartes, Ld., see Agar-Robartes

Robert, earl of Gloucester, 55, 124
-, his s., see William

Robert the chamberlain, 136, 140, 182
-, his daus., see Avice; Beatrice; Ivette; Tiffany

Robert 'the monk' (fl. c. 1200), 6

Robert (fl. 1086), 6

Robin Hood, 55

Robinson:
-, Anne, see Duncombe
-, Edm., 145
-, Lady Innes, w. of A. C. Ellis, 240
-, Jn., 211
-, Maria, see Cotton

Rochester, bp. of, see Freake, Edm.

Rockesle, Wm. de, 56

Rocliffe, Jn., rector of Great Shelford, 217

Roding, Abbess (Essex), 72

Roger, earl of Shrewsbury, 7, 33, 84, 92, 101, 115–16, 124, 126
-, his dau., see Rames, Sibyl de

Roger, son of Jerome, 7

Rogers:
-, Agnes, 210
-, Chris., 209
-, Hester, 210
-, Jn., 210
-, Susan, 210
-, Wm. (fl. 1554), 210
-, Wm. (d. 1614), 210
-, Wm. (fl. 1614), 209–10

Rokeland, Alan of, rector of Trumpington, official of bp. of Ely, 257, 262–3

Rokelle, Rob. de, 35

Rokesbergh, Wm., 145

Roman remains, see Clopton; Foxton; Litlington; Melbourn; Morden, Guilden; Trumpington

Roos:
-, Philippa, see Tiptoft
-, Thos., 158

rope making, 216, 224, 234

Roper, Hen., vicar of Melbourn, 80

Rossi, Jn. Chas. Felix, 206

Rous (Rufus):
-, Geof. le, 35
-, Hugh le, 35–6
-, Jn. le, 17, 36
-, Phil. le, 17
-, Rob. le, 35
-, Sim. le, 35
-, Wm. le (fl. 1100), 35
-, Wm. le (fl. c. 1170), 16
-, Wm. le (d. 1250), 35
-, fam., 17

Rowe, R. R., 80, 141, 218, 226, 247

Rowland:
-, Griffin, vicar of Harston, 192
-, Owen, vicar of Harston, 192

Rowley:
-, Fred. Wm., 181
-, Marg. Anne, see Taylor
-, R. H. Taylor, 181
-, Wal. Thos., 181
-, Wm. Taylor, 181
-, fam., 188–90

Royston (Herts.), 1, 12–13, 24, 49, 67, 159
-, agric., 59
-, ch., 11, 24, 80
-, commuters to, 67
-, cts., 190
-, fair, 185
-, Heath, 67–8, 98, 159
-, hosp.:
-, St. John and St. James, 51, 72
-, St. Nicholas, 51, 72
-, mkt., 160
-, nonconf., 29, 42
-, persons from, 17–18, 21, 28, 52, 57–8, 94, 102, 114, 118, 190, 265
-, poor law union, 9, 24, 53, 62–3, 79, 93, 107, 120, 126, 140, 148, 161, 174, 245
-, priory, 24
-, estates, 72
-, prior, 72
-, Priory Gardens, 145
-, rly. sta., 13, 49
-, roads to, 55, 67–9, 76–7, 155, 166, 178–9, 185, 238, 249
-, sch., 54
-, tithes, 24
-, urban district, 1
-, workhouse, 24, 108

Ruddery Spring, see Morden, Guilden

Rufus, see Rous

Rumbold:
-, Thos., 161
-, fam., 233

Rumburgh (Suff.), priory, 24

Russell:
-, A. T., vicar of Whaddon, 150
-, Edw. (fl. 1641), 35, 125
-, Edw., earl of Orford (d. 1727), 125, 127, 138
-, Eliz., see Long
-, Francis, Ld. Russell of Thornhaugh, earl of Bedford, 35, 37, 125
-, Jn., 125
-, J. G., 15, 58
-, Letitia, m. Sir Thos. Cheeke, 125
-, T. W., 58
-, Thos., 58, 61
-, Sir Wm., Ld. Russell of Thornhaugh, 34, 125
-, fam., 34–5, 37, 61, 139

Rutland, 254

S.

Sackville, Wm., 72

Sadock, Mat., 130

Saffrey:
-, Brian, 230
-, Margery, see Stane
-, Wm., 230

Saffron Walden, see Walden

St. Albans (Herts.), 33
-, abbey, 262
-, abbot, see Trumpington, Wm. of

St. Catharine's College, Camb., 101, 107, 224–5
-, fellow, etc., see Carr
-, master, see Hills, Jn.

St. Clowe:
-, Amfelice, see Vavasour
-, Edm., 88
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Horn, 88
-, Jn., 88
-, Nic., 88
-, Phil., 87
-, fam., 88

St. Evroul abbey (Orne, France), 73, 84,
-, estates, 73, 84–5, 89, 91–3

St. George:
-, Anne, m. Jn. Docwra, 168
-, Anne, w. of Sir Ric., 168, 175
-, Baldwin (fl. 1215), 44, 129
-, Baldwin (d. c. 1284), 116, 129, 145, 254
-, Sir Baldwin (d. 1383), 44, 46, 129
-, Sir Baldwin (d. 1425), 34, 46, 129, 168
-, Baldwin (fl. 1662), 129
-, Basile, see Soham
-, Eliz., see Argentine
-, Francis, 129, 168
-, Geo., see St. George: Thos.
-, Hen., 135
-, Jane, see Mordant
-, Joan, see Engaine
-, Jn. (d. before 1425), 129
-, Jn. (fl. 1638), 42
-, Sir Ric., 44, 129, 168
-, Rob., 129
-, Thos. (or Geo.) (d. before 1522), 129
-, Thos. (d. 1540), 46, 129, 168, 254
-, Thos. (d. 1637), 129–30
-, Wm. (fl. 1235), 44, 129, 131
-, Wm. (d. by 1316), 129, 254
-, Wm. (fl. 1322–49), 44, 129, 132–3, 254
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1471), 34, 44, 129
-, fam., 42, 44, 46–7, 129, 132, 168

St. Ives (Hunts.), 42

St. John:
-, Agnes, see Fisher
-, Anne, m. Wm. Howard, Ld. Howard of Effingham, 35, 40
-, Jn., 35
-, Oliver, Ld. St. John of Bletsoe (d. 1582), 35, 40
-, Thos., 137

St. John's College, Camb., 91, 211, 241
-, estates, 73, 76, 89, 115, 117–19, 211, 213, 241–2
-, masters, 242; and see Gower

St. Nicholas, Mr. Laurence of, 58, 102

St. Pol, count of, see Hugh

St. Valéry priory (Somme, France), 72, 78

sake and soke, 202

Saleman, Millicent, 182

Salisbury (Wilts.), 141
-, archdeacon, see Bassingbourn, Humph. of
-, prebendary, see Swinburne

Salter, Geo., 209

Salvation Army, 29, 81

Salvayn, Sir Jn., 158

Sandeman, W. A., 106

Sanders Bros., 215

Sanderson, fam., 100, 120

Sandon (Essex), rector of, see Wells, Wm.

Sandys:
-, Anne, m. — Bethell, 138
-, Edwin, Ld. Sandys, 89, 125, 127, 138
-, Letitia, 138
-, Letitia, w. of Sam., Ld. Sandys, see Tipping
-, Martin, 125
-, Mary, m. Arthur Hill, marquess of Downshire, 125
-, Sam., Ld. Sandys, 125, 138, 141
-, fam., arms, 141

Savage, fam., 119

Savile, Arthur, rector of Fowlmere, 162

Savoy:
-, Peter of, 14, 23
-, Wm. of, 14

Sawston, 78, 143, 201, 208, 224, 236, 244
-, ind., 234
-, nonconf., 227
-, persons from, 254
-, village coll., 219, 237

Sawtry (Hunts.), abbey, 18, 34

Say:
-, Francis (d. 1705), rector of East Hatley, vicar of Tadlow, 47
-, Francis (d. 1796), rector of East Hatley, vicar of Tadlow, of Whaddon, and of Hatley St. George, 47
-, Hen. Morgan, rector of East Hatley, 47
-, Wm. Cray, rector of East Hatley, vicar of Tadlow, 47
-, fam., 47

Sayle, Rob., 250

Scalers:
-, Ala de, w. of Hugh, 144
-, Alice de, 240
-, Alice, m. Jn. More, 144
-, Anne, m. Jn. Harecourt, 144
-, Eleanor, w. of Geof., m. 2 Rob. Angot, 144
-, Eliz. de, w. of Thos., 144–5, 148
-, Geof. de (d. after 1258), 32, 115, 144, 146
-, Geof. de (d. 1267), 144, 148
-, Geof. de (fl. 1279), 240
-, Hardwin de, 6, 17, 32, 50, 58, 69–70, 87–8, 91, 93, 101, 114, 116, 120, 138, 144, 149, 197–8, 201, 210, 221–2, 224, 240, 242
-, Hen. de (d. before 1201), 144
-, Hen. de (d. c. 1221), 144
-, Hugh de (fl. c. 1140), 50, 144, 149, 240
-, Hugh de (d. by 1218), 6, 115, 144
-, Jn. de (fl. 1235), 240
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1388), 144, 150
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1443), 144
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1467), 144, 150
-, Lucy de, m. Baldwin de Freville, 221
-, Marg., m. Hen. Moyne, 144
-, Marg., w. of Sir Jn., m. 2 Sir Jn. Heveningham, 144
-, Ric. de (fl. c. 1100), 17, 221
-, Ric. de (d. 1231), 221
-, Sibyl de, w. of Wm., 221
-, Steph. de, 17, 70, 210, 221
-, Thos. de (d. 1341), 144–5, 148, 240
-, Thos. de (d. 1364), 9, 144, 146, 150
-, Thos. (d. 1443), 53, 144
-, Tibbald de, 240
-, Wm. de (d. 1199), 221
-, Wm. de (d. by 1222), 210, 221
-, fam., 17, 32, 51, 70, 88, 138, 146, 240
-, of Shelford, 197, 210, 221
-, of Whaddon, 6, 32, 115
-, arms, 95

Scarlett, Wm., vicar of Bassingbourn, 26

Sclater, —, 5
-, his w., see De Courcy-Ireland

Scotland, 251

Scott:
-, C. W. Oldrid, 11
-, Sir Gilb., 247

Scrope:
-, Anne, see Harling
-, Ant., 181
-, Chris., 167
-, Eliz., see Neville
-, Francis, 167
-, Hen. (d. by 1498), 167
-, Hen., Ld. Scrope of Bolton (d. 1506), 181
-, Hen., Ld. Scrope of Bolton (d. 1533), 181
-, Hen. (d. 1591), 167
-, Hen., Ld. Scrope of Bolton (d. 1592), 181
-, Hen. (d. 1642), 167
-, Jn., Ld. Scrope of Bolton (d. 1498), 167, 180–1
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1517), 181
-, Jn. (d. 1545), 167
-, Jn., Ld. Scrope of Bolton (d. 1549), 181
-, Nic., 181
-, Rob., 167
-, Sim. (d. 1691), 167
-, Sim. (d. 1723), 167
-, fam., 181

Scruby, Jas., vicar of Melbourn, 79

Scurfield, Jn., rector of Little Shelford and of Hertingfordbury, chaplain to earl of Essex, 225

Seccheville, Jn. de, rector of Litlington, 63–4

Seddon:
-, Joan, 168
-, Ric., 168

Sedgwick, Wm., 87

Séez abbey (Orne, France), 126

Selby, Ric., 258–9

Sell, fam., 22

Selwyn:
-, Juliana, w. of Wm., 166, 176
-, Wm., vicar of Melbourn, canon of Ely, Lady Margaret professor, 80, 165–6

Seman, Geof., 137

Senhous, Thos., 17

senz Manche (senz Mauntel, sine manica):
-, Alice, 137
-, Rog. 137

serjeanty, tenure by, 210

Sewersby, —, 66

Sewster:
-, Eliz., w. of Jn., 115
-, Giles, 114, 118
-, Jn., 102, 113–15
-, Sam., 114
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1500), 102–3, 115, 117
-, Wm. (d. 1568), 113–14, 118
-, fam., 115, 118

Seymour:
-, Emma de, see Bassingbourn
-, Lawrence de, 16
-, Nic. de, Ld. Seymour, 16
-, Sir Thos. de, 16

Shadborough, see Bassingbourn

Shadworth:
-, Jn., alderman of London, 5, 56, 182
-, fam., 184

Shales:
-, Chas., 114
-, Jn., see Barrington

Sharp:
-, Rob. (fl. 1573), vicar of Hauxton cum Newton, fellow of King's Coll., 204
-, Rob. (d. 1625), vicar of Hauxton cum Newton, fellow of King's Coll., 204

Shawe, Ralph, vicar of Great Shelford, 217

Sheen (Surr.), priory, 84–5

sheep and sheep farming, 3, 8, 20–2, 36–8, 45–6, 52, 60–1, 75–7, 90–1, 103, 105–6, 116–19, 125–6, 131–2, 135, 138–9, 142, 146–7, 154, 158–60, 171–3, 184–5, 187–9, 199–201, 203, 212–13, 215, 223–4, 232–3, 242–4, 259–60

sheepfold and sheep walk, rights of, 21, 51–2, 75–6, 87, 89–91, 103, 117, 131, 147, 159, 170–1, 185, 188, 198–200, 212–13, 232–3, 242, 244, 259

Sheffield, Sir Thos., preceptor of Shingay, 125, 141

Sheldrick, fam., 160

Shelford, Great, 152, 154, 194, 207–19, 214, 220, 224, 227, 229, 235, 258
-, adv., 217
-, agric., 211–15, 258
-, chant., 211, 217
-, char., 216, 219
-, ch., 208–9, 211–12, 217–19
-, cts., 212–13, 216
-, curates, 217–18, 225
-, dom. archit., 208–9
-, farms, 210, 212–13, 215
-, fields, 200, 212–13
-, glebe, 211, 217
-, guilds, 217
-, hearth tax, 269–70, 272
-, inc., 154, 207–11, 213, 217
-, ind., 154, 215–16, 234
-, inns, 209
-, man., 152, 209–13, 215–17, 256
-, ho., 208–11
-, mills, 154, 215, 224
-, nonconf., 206, 218–19
-, persons from, 229
-, poor relief, 216, 219
-, pop., 208
-, rly. sta., 208–9, 215, 228
-, recreation ground, 209
-, rectors, 217; and see Eyton
-, rectory, 211–13, 217
-, ho., 208, 211
-, Red Cross, 207, 209
-, roads, 207–8
-, sch., 217–19, 227, 237
-, streams, 207
-, tithes, 211, 217
-, town ho., 216
-, town land, 216, 219
-, vicarage, 217
-, ho., 217
-, vicars, 217–18; and see Hurst
-, village greens, 208, 211

Shelford, Little, 152, 194–5, 197, 199, 220–7
-, adv., 224–5
-, agric., 187, 222–4
-, almsho., 224
-, A.-S. rem., 220
-, char., 227
-, ch., 152, 177, 203, 220, 224–7, 226
-, cts., 224
-, curates, 217, 225
-, dom. archit., 220–1, 225, 241
-, farms, 222–3, 225
-, fields, 223
-, glebe, 223, 225
-, guild, 225
-, hearth tax, 269–70, 272
-, inc., 194, 220, 222–3, 225
-, ind., 154, 224
-, inns, 221
-, man., 196, 210, 217, 221–5
-, ho., 220–2, 225, 241
-, mill, 224
-, nonconf., 227
-, poor relief, 224
-, pop., 220
-, recreation ground, 221
-, rectors, 223–7; and see Finch, Hen.; Gillingham; Hurst; Law, Jas. Edm.; Welborne; Wigmore, Gilb.
-, rectory, 203, 224–5
-, ho., 225, 225
-, roads, 220
-, Saintfoins, 222–3
-, sch., 219, 221, 227
-, Shelford bridge, 208, 220
-, Shelford Ho., 221–2
-, streams, 220
-, tithes, 223–5

Shelford bridge, see Shelford, Little

Shelford Building Supplies Ltd., 234

Shelford Corn and Coal Co., 216

Shelford Engineering Co., 216

Shelford Mouldings Ltd., 216

Shepreth:
-, Alan of, 168
-, Alan, s. of Alan, of, 168
-, Parnel of, m. Wm. de la Haye, 168
-, Ric. of, 168

Shepreth, 69, 83, 87–9, 155, 157, 165n, 182
-, man., 87, 137, 168
-, vicars, see Ellis; Hurlock

Sherman:
-, Chas., 57
-, Jn., 57–8, 60, 62
-, Wm. (fl. 1554), 57–8
-, Wm. (d. 1618), 57
-, fam., 60

Sherwin, Wm., 164

Shingay, 1, 3, 12, 112, 124–7, 135–6, 140, 143
-, adv., 126
-, agric., 102, 124–6, 139
-, chaplains, 126–7
-, ch., 1, 126–7, 141
-, clergy team, 11, 41, 48, 64, 108, 122, 134, 141
-, cts., 107, 126
-, farms, 115, 125–6
-, glebe, 127
-, hearth tax, 269–70, 272
-, hosp., see Shingay: preceptory
-, inc., 3, 125
-, man., 7, 9, 33–4, 51, 89, 101, 103, 115, 118, 124–6, 136, 138, 140, 168–9, 180
-, ho., 125–6
-, mills, 124, 126
-, nonconf., 127
-, par. officers, 126
-, poor relief, 126
-, pop., 124, 135–6
-, preceptory (or hosp.), 89, 106, 124–7, 139–4, 168, 180, 252
-, estates, 31–4, 39, 72, 116, 125, 136, 138, 173
-, preceptors, 115, 126; and see Dalizon; Sheffield
-, streams, 124
-, tithes, 126–7
-, vicarage, 126
-, vicars, 126–7

Sholto Douglas, see Douglas

Shoreditch, see Haliwell

Shotbolt, Jn., 117

Shrewsbury, earl of, see Roger

Shrewsbury abbey, 130–1, 133

Shropshire, 128; and see Richard's Castle; Shrewsbury

Siday, Jn., 58

Sidney Sussex College, Camb., master of, see Minshull

Sigar (fl. 1066), 168, 241–2

Silva company, 78

Simon the chamberlain, 46

Simon, Wm. s. of, see William

Sinclair:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Lovell, 35
-, Jn., 35
-, Sir Phil., 35
-, Thos., 35

Singleton:
-, Nat. (d. 1675), 171
-, Nat. (fl. 1690), 172

Sired (fl. 1066), 70

Skinner:
-, Sir Jn., 157
-, Ric., 157
-, Thos., 157

Skipton, honor of, 251

Skipwith:
-, Sir Grey, 138
-, Harriet, see Townsend
-, Wm., 138
-, fam., 138

Slade:
-, Edw., 129, 131
-, Jane, see Mordant

Slingsby:
-, Anne, see Cage
-, Ant., 33
-, Eliz., m. Adelard Cage, 33
-, Hen., 33

smallholdings, 3, 21–2, 52, 61, 76–7, 106, 113, 119, 126, 181, 188, 200–1, 215

Smith (Smyth):
-, Ellis, 76
-, Guy, 241, 244
-, Wm., bp. of Lincoln, 88
-, fam., 100, 190

Sneltzer, organ maker, 150

Soham:
-, Basile of, w. of Ralph, m. 2 Baldwin St. George, 145, 148
-, Ralph of (fl. 1190), 145
-, Ralph of (d. by 1271), 145
-, Warin of, 145
-, Wm. of, and his w. Agnes, 257

sokemen, 6, 17–19, 43, 45, 69–70, 93, 98, 114, 116, 136, 145–7, 180, 182–3, 197, 221–2, 257

Somerset, duke of, see Beaufort

Somerset, see Bath; Chard; Keynsham

Somerton:
-, Anne of, see Anne
-, Dedric of, 129

Somery, Maud de, 100

Southampton, earl of, see Wriothesley, Hen.

Southwell:
-, Lucy, see Browne
-, Thos., 252

Spastics Society, 86
-, Meldreth Manor sch., 84

Spicer, Wm., rector of Clopton, 40

Stacey (Stacy):
-, Jn., 37
-, Thos., 213

Stafford, fam., earls of Stafford, dukes of Buckingham, 55

staller, Ansgar the, see Ansgar

Stamford, Geo., 69

Stane:
-, Christine de la, see Aubigny
-, Margery de la, m. Wm. Saffrey, 230
-, Peter de la, 230

Stanes:
-, Agnes, see Cailly
-, Joan, w. of Thos., 252
-, Jn., 252
-, Thos., 252

Stanley:
-, Eliz., see Tiptoft
-, Jas., bp. of Ely, 211
-, Sir Wm., 180

Stansted Mountfitchet, barony of, 157

Stapleford, fam., 231

Stapleford, 152, 154, 207, 224, 227–38
-, adv., 229, 234
-, agric., 213, 231–3
-, almsho., 237
-, bridge, 228, 236
-, chaplains, 235
-, char., 236–8
-, ch., 228, 230, 234–8
-, cts., 229, 234
-, curates, 235–7
-, dom. archit., 224, 228–9
-, farms, 230–3
-, fields, 232
-, glebe, 231, 233, 235
-, Gogmagog Ho., frontispiece, 227, 230–1
-, guild, 235
-, hearth tax, 268–70, 272
-, inc., 227–8, 231–5, 238
-, ind., 234
-, inns, 229
-, man., 229–31, 233–4
-, ho., 228, 230–1
-, mills, 234
-, nonconf., 236–8
-, poor relief, 234
-, pop., 228
-, rectors, 234–5
-, rectory, 229, 235
-, roads, 228
-, sch., 219, 229, 236–7
-, tithes, 229, 233, 235
-, town ho., 237
-, town land, 237–8
-, vicarage, 234–5
-, ho., 235, 237
-, vicars, 233, 235–8; and see Collier, Wm.
-, village greens, 228, 232
-, Wandlebury, frontispiece, 133, 227–8, 231

Staundon:
-, Agnes, see Fraunceys
-, Sir Wm., mayor of London, 256

Stawell:
-, Marg., see Trumpington
-, Sir Thos., 253

Steel, Hen., 230

Steeple Bumpstead, see Bumpstead, Steeple

Steeple Gidding, see Gidding, Steeple

Steeple Morden, see Morden, Steeple

Stephen, King, 4, 16, 112

Stephen, Count, Id. of Richmond, 24

Stephen the priest, 235
-, his s., see Peter the chaplain

Stephenson, Ant., rector of Fowlmere, 161–2; and see Stevenson

Sterne:
-, Anne, m. Sir Wm. Ayloffe, 69, 84
-, Anne, w. of Hen., 230
-, Eliz., ?w. of Sim., 230
-, Hen. (d. 1469), 230
-, Hen. (d. c. 1507), 230
-, Joan, w. of Thos., 230
-, Marg., 230
-, Rob., 230
-, Sim., 230
-, Thos. (d. 1461), 230
-, Thos. (d. 1525), 230, 234
-, Thos. (fl. 1575), 230
-, Thos. (d. 1610), 69, 84–5, 90
-, Wal., 230

Stevens:
-, H. W. P., vicar of Tadlow, 134
-, J. H., 168, 205

Stevenson:
-, Anne, m. Chris. Pemberton, 198
-, Eliz., see Swan
-, Jn., 196–7
-, Rob., 196–8
-, fam., 197, 200, 202
-, and see Stephenson

Steward, Eliz., m. 1 Wm. Lynne, 2 Rob. Cromwell, 16

steward, Eudes the, see Eudes

Stewart:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Sir Rob. Kemp, 2 Rob. King, 138
-, Sarah, 138
-, Susan, see Wendy
-, Thos., 138

Steynton, Jn., vicar of Steeple Morden, 122

Stigand, abp. of Canterbury, 98, 144

Stockbridge:
-, Jos. (fl. 1820), 89, 91
-, Jos. (d. 1892), 109–10
-, J., 89
-, Wm., 81
-, fam., 73, 89

Stokes, fam., 75

Stokton, Jn., 251

Stone, Hen., rector of Croydon cum Clopton, 41

Stonehall:
-, Jn. de la, 183
-, Ric. of the, 183
-, Wm. de la, 183
-, fam., 184

Stoneley (Hunts.), priory, 73

Stonor:
-, Anne, m. Sir Adrian Fortescue, 85
-, Anne, w. of Sir Wm., see Neville
-, Jn., 85
-, Sir Wm., 85

Storey:
-, Frances, see Hayes
-, Thos. (d. 1670), 99
-, Thos. (d. 1702), 99
-, fam., 100, 109

Stort Navigation, 143

Stoughton:
-, Rog., alderman of London, 30, 66
-, fam., 30, 66

Strangeways Research Laboratory, 209

Stratford, Wm. of, 158

Stratford Langthorne (Essex), abbey, 158

Stratton (Beds.), 253

straw plaiting, 8, 62, 106, 119, 123, 224

Street:
-, Hen., 86
-, Joan, m. Jn. Ansty, 86
-, Jn., 86
-, fam., 51, 86

Stroud, And., vicar of Guilden Morden, 108

Stukes, Thos., vicar of Foxton, 175

Sudbury (Suff.), 50

Suffolk, earl of, see Howard, Thos.

Suffolk, 10, 50 n, 134, 181, 252; and see Bury St. Edmunds; Haverhill; Ipswich; Lackford; Newmarket; Rumburgh; Sudbury; Thurlow

Sulman:
-, Rob., 31
-, Sibyl, see Croydon

Sundrey, Guy, 17

Surrey, 26; and see Sheen

Sussex, 134; and see Lewes

Sutton:
-, Edw., Ld. Dudley, 182
-, Oliver, rector of Great Shelford, bp. of Lincoln, 217
-, Ric., 247

Swaffham Bulbeck, vicar of, see Collier, Wm.

Swaffham Prior, 230

Swan:
-, Anne, w. of Rob., 205
-, Cath., 183
-, Eliz., m. 1 Jn. Stevenson, 2 Wm. Bening, 196–7
-, Jn. (d. 1546), 196
-, Jn. (d. c. 1606), 168, 196
-, Rob. (d. 1652), 196–7
-, Rob. (d. 1695), 196
-, Rob. (d. 1718), 196
-, Rob. (d. 1727), 196, 205
-, fam., 183, 188, 196, 200, 206

Swann, H. and A., Ltd., 216

Swavesey, 130

Sweet, fam., 159

Swein, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

Swinburne, Roland, rector of Little Shelford, master of Clare Coll., prebendary of Salisbury, 225

Sykes, G. M., vicar of Tadlow, 134

Symonds, Jasper, minister of Steeple Morden, 122

Symons:
-, Rob. (d. 1611), 182
-, Rob. (d. 1622), 197
-, Rob. (fl. 1630), 197
-, Thos., 182, 197

T.

Tadlow, 1–3, 31, 43, 46–7, 127–35
-, adv., 133
-, agric., 3, 38, 131–2
-, char., 135
-, ch., 48, 128, 133–5
-, cts., 62, 132–3
-, curates, 134
-, farms, 128, 132–3
-, fields, 131
-, glebe, 130–1, 133
-, hearth tax, 269–71, 272 n
-, inc., 3, 132–3
-, man., 127–33, 135
-, ho., 129–30
-, mills, 132–3
-, nonconf., 135
-, par. officers, 133
-, Pincote, 2, 43, 128–33
-, poor relief, 133
-, pop., 128
-, rectory, 130–1, 133–4
-, roads, 128
-, sch., 134–5
-, Tadlow Gate, 128
-, tithes, 40, 130, 133
-, vicarage, 47, 133
-, ho., 133
-, vicars, 48, 132–5; and see Say, Francis and Wm. Cray
-, woodland, 127–8

Tailboys(Taillebois):
-, Asceline, w. of Ralph, 130
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Wimbish, 32
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Rob., see Heron
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1538), 32
-, Geo., Ld. Tailboys (d. 1540), 32
-, Gilb., Ld. Tailboys, 32
-, Maud, 130
-, Ralph, 130
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1495), 32
-, Rob., Ld. Tailboys (d. 1541), 32
-, Wal. (d. 1411), 32
-, Wal. (d. 1444), 32
-, Wm. (d. 1364), 31–2
-, Wm. (d. 1464), 32
-, fam., 31

tallage, 19, 73, 78, 90, 102, 170, 184, 198, 243, 261

tanning, 23, 234

Tarlton, Ric., 18 n

Tatton, Hen., rector of Bassingbourn, 146

Taylard:
-, Eliz., see Anstey
-, Geof., 86
-, Sir Laurence, 86
-, Wm., 86

Taylor:
-, Anne, w. of Wm., 181
-, Hen., vicar of Stapleford, 235
-, Marg. Anne, m. Fred. Wm. Rowley, 181
-, Rivers, 181
-, Wm. (d. 1843), 181
-, Wm. (d. by 1855, another), 181
-, fam., 188

Tempest:
-, Eliz., see More
-, Martha, w. of Thos., 144
-, Thos. (d. 1648), 144–5, 147
-, Thos. (fl. 1648), 144
-, Wm., 144, 146
-, fam., 144, 150

Templars, see Knights Templars

Teversham, 46, 168
-, rector, 80

Thirlby, Thos., bp. of Ely, 107

Thomas son of Henry, 240

Thomas son of William, 240

Thomas, Wm. s. of, see William

Thompson:
-, Ant. (d. c. 1620), 255
-, Ant. (d. 1721), 255, 257
-, Jas. (d. 1670), 255, 263, 265
-, Jas. (d. 1722), 255
-, Jas. (d. 1743), 255
-, Mary, m. Chris. Anstey, 255
-, Porter, 255, 265
-, Sarah, w. of Jas., 255
-, fam., 257, 263, 265 arms, 255

Thoresby, Thos., 35–6

Thorndike, Herbert, 263–4

Thorney (Hunts.), abbey, 34

Thornton:
-, Agnes, see Vavasour
-, Bart., 87, 137
-, Eleanor, m. 1 Ralph FitzRalph, 2 Jn. de Regges, 87, 137
-, Rog., 87

Thorowgood (Thoroughgood):
-, Edw. (d. 1649), 130
-, Edw. (d. 1662), 130
-, Jn. (fl. 1593), 130
-, Jn. (fl. 1672), 65
-, Oliver, vicar of Melbourn, 79
-, Rob. (d. 1593), 130
-, Rob. (fl. 1664), 130
-, Susan, w. of Edw., 130
-, fam., 65

Thriplow, Ric. of, 240

Thriplow, 125, 154–6, 175, 195, 197, 238–48
-, adv., 245
-, agric., 242–4
-, Brook Street, 239
-, chaplains, 245–6
-, char., 248
-, ch., 162, 177, 238–9, 240, 241, 245–8, 246
-, cts., 244–5
-, curates, 246
-, dom. archit., 239
-, earthworks, 238–9
-, farms, 241, 243–4
-, fields, 242–3
-, glebe, 241, 245
-, guild, 246
-, hearth tax, 268–9, 271–2
-, hund., 1, 152–4, 153, 161, 202, 220
-, bailiff, 152–3
-, hearth tax, 268–72
-, inc., 238–9, 241, 243–4, 248
-, inns, 239
-, man., 168, 198, 239–45
-, ho., 239–42
-, mills, 240, 244
-, nonconf., 164, 247
-, par. officers, 245
-, persons from, 157
-, poor relief, 245
-, pop., 238
-, rectory, 241, 243, 245
-, ho., 241
-, roads, 238
-, sch., 225, 247–8
-, streams, 238
-, Thriplow Heath, 152, 239, 246
-, tithes, 241, 245
-, vicarage, 245
-, ho., 245
-, vicars, 245–6; and see Berry, Butler; Dickman; Gunning, Francis
-, village green, 239

Thriplow Farms Ltd., 244

Thurgar, Wm., 19

Thurlow:
-, Nic., 243
-, fam., 171, 241, 243

Thurlow, Great (Suff.), 138

Tibbald son of Fulk, 136
-, his w., see Tiffany

Tibbald, Fulk s. of, see Fulk

Tibotot, see Tiptoft

Tickencote:
-, Alice of, m. Wm. Good, 197
-, Avice of, see Hauxton
-, Hugh of, 197, 257

Tiffany, dau. of Rob. the chamberlain, m. Tibbald son of Fulk, 136

Tilty (Essex), abbey, 72, 89, 158

Tipping:
-, Anne, see Cheeke
-, Cath., m. Thos. Archer, 138
-, Letitia, m. Sam., Ld. Sandys, 125, 138
-, Sir Thos., 125

Tiptoft (Tibotot):
-, Agnes, w. of Payn, m. 2 Sir Thos. Vere, 180
-, Edw., earl of Worcester, 15, 180, 182–3
-, Eliz., 181
-, Eliz., w. of Jn., earl of Worcester, m. 2 Sir Wm. Stanley, 180
-, Eliz., w. of Jn., Ld. Tiptoft, 180, 184
-, Eve, see Chaworth
-, Joan, m. Sir Edm. Ingoldisthorpe, 15, 85, 252
-, Jn., Ld. Tiptoft (d. 1367), 180
-, Jn., Ld. Tiptoft (d. 1443), 14–15, 180, 182, 192
-, Jn., earl of Worcester (d. 1470), 15, 180
-, Joyce, 182–3
-, Joyce, w. of Jn., Ld. Tiptoft, see Charlton
-, Marg., 181
-, Millicent, 181
-, Payn (d. 1314), 180
-, Sir Payn (d. 1413), 180, 184
-, Philippa, m. Thos., Ld. Roos, 15, 182
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1298), 180, 190
-, Rob., Ld. Tiptoft (d. 1372), 180–1

Titchmarsh:
-, Steph. of, 70
-, fam., 77

Tochi (fl. 1066), 251

Toft, 18, 247

Tollemache, Eliz., m. Wm. Alington, 71

Toller, fam., 260

Topcliffe:
-, Alice, see Brompton
-, Jn., 85

Torpel, fam., 98, 128

Tostig, Earl, 252

Totton, Wm., vicar of Meldreth and of Debden, 95

Towgood, Hamer, 223

Townley, Hen., vicar of Litlington, 64

Townsend:
-, Eliz., see Windsor
-, Gore, 138
-, Harriet, m. Sir Grey Skipwith, 138
-, Jn., 138
-, Jos., 138
-, fam., 138

Trailly:
-, Geof. de (fl. 1210), 72
-, Geof. de (fl. 1228–60, ? another), 72
-, Jn. de (fl. 1268), 72
-, Jn. de (fl. 1307), 72
-, Wm. de, 72
-, fam., 44, 72 n

trial by combat, 93

Trigg:
-, Jn. (d. by 1806), 69
-, Jn. (d. 1821), 81–2, 91
-, Mary, 69

Trinity College, Camb., 252, 260, 263–4, 266
-, estates, 169, 171–2, 250, 260
-, fellows, 263–4; and see Grote; Walton, Wm.
-, master, see Mansell, Wm.
-, patronage, 263

Trinity Hall, Camb., 80, 82, 241, 244
-, estates, 241
-, master, see Eden, Thos.

Trouw and Co. Ltd., 190

Trumpington:
-, Eleanor, m. 1 Ric. Enderby, 2 Sir Edm. Lucy, 253
-, Everard of, 253, 261
-, Sir Giles of (d. c. 1330), 251, 253, 265
-, Giles of (d. by 1345), 253
-, Hen. of (fl. before 1200), 253, 262
-, Hen. of (d. after 1242), 254
-, Isabel of, w. of Sir Giles, 253
-, Jn. of, 254
-, Mabel of, m. Osbert l'Evesque, 86, 92
-, Mabel of, w. of Jn., see Beaufu
-, Marg., w. of Sir Rog., m. 2 Sir Thos. Stawell, 253
-, Reginald of, 253
-, Sir Rog. of (d. 1289), 253, 257, 265
-, Rog. (d. 1326), 253, 265
-, Sir Rog. of (d. 1368), 253
-, Rog. (d. 1378), 253
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1415), 253
-, Wal. of (d. by 1264), 254
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1479), 253, 261
-, Wm. of (d. 1218), 253, 262
-, Wm. of (d. 1235), abbot of St. Albans, 262
-, (later Beaufu), Wm. of, see Beaufu
-, fam., 254, 261, 265

Trumpington, Baroness, see Barker

Trumpington, 152–4, 207–8, 248–67
-, A.-S. rem., 248
-, adv., 262–3
-, agric., 212, 257–61
-, Anstey Hall, 241, 255–6, 260–1, 265
-, Brasley bridge, 249
-, chap., 264
-, chaplains, 264
-, char., 249, 260–2, 266–7
-, ch., 16, 249, 251, 255, 257, 262–5
-, cts., 261–2
-, curates, 264
-, Dagling (Dagnell) End, 249, 254
-, dom. archit., 241, 249–50
-, fair, 251
-, farms, 259–61
-, fields, 258–9
-, glebe, 257 n, 261–3, 265
-, guild, 264
-, Hall, 248–9, 252, 254
-, hearth tax, 269, 271–2
-, inc., 248–9, 252, 258–60, 263, 267
-, inns, 250–1
-, man., 241, 251–63, 265–6
-, ho., 249, 252–7, 263
-, mills, 257, 261
-, nonconf., 264–6
-, par. officers, 262
-, persons from, 198 n, 230
-, poor relief, 262
-, pop., 249
-, rectors, 262–3; and see Rokeland
-, rectory, 253, 255, 257 n, 260, 262–3
-, ho., 263
-, recreation ground, 262
-, roads, 248–9
-, Rom. rem., 248
-, sch., 266–7
-, streams, 248
-, tithes, 262–3
-, town ho., 262, 267
-, vicarage, 263
-, ho., 263
-, vicars, 80, 250, 260–1, 263–6
-, village green, 249, 251
-, workhouse, 262

'Tryppa', 238

Tudor:
-, Edm., earl of Richmond, 14
-, Marg., see Beaufort

tumbrel, 23, 120, 126, 161, 190, 202, 224, 244, 261

Tunwell:
-, Mrs., 212
-, fam., 212

Turner:
-, (or Bowyer), Jn., see Bowyer
-, fam., 130

Turpin:
-, Edw., 17
-, Geof., 145
-, Geo., 145
-, Jane, w. of Wm., 17
-, Jn. (fl. 1329), 145
-, Jn. (fl. c. 1450), 145
-, Jn. (d. 1501), 17
-, Jn. (fl. 1588), 145
-, Jn. (fl. 1621), 145
-, Jn. (d. 1715), 17
-, Maria, see Cotton
-, Martin, 145
-, Nic. (fl. c. 1410), 145
-, Nic. (fl. 1454), 145
-, Ric. (fl. 1279), 145
-, Ric. (fl. 1346), 145
-, Rob., 145
-, Steph., 145
-, Thos. (d. 1627), 17
-, Thos. (d. 1715), 17
-, Wm. (fl. 1501), 17
-, Wm. (d. 1575, another), 17
-, fam., 17–18, 21, 50–1, 145

Turrell, Wm., 39

Turton, Thos., bp. of Ely, 48

Tweed:
-, Eliz., 84
-, Jn., see Pyke

Tyrell (Tyrrell):
-, Anne, w. of Jn., m. 2 Sir Wm. Petre, 87–8
-, Edw., 87
-, Eleanor, see Flambard
-, Sir Hen., 88
-, Jn. (fl. 1428), 137
-, Jn. (d. 1540), 87–8
-, Ric., 240
-, Rob., 240
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1477), 87
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1510), 87
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1540), 87
-, Wal., 87
-, fam., 137

Tyrwhitt, Sir Rob., 32–3

U.

U.S.S.R., see Riga

U.S.A., see United States

Underwood, W. M., 88

United Brethren, 227

United Reformed Church, 29, 110, 164

United States of America, 23
-, Air Force, 14, 155
-, and see Boston; Massachusetts; Virginia

University Tutorial Press, 173, 176

Uvedale:
-, Jn. de (d. 1322), 56
-, Jn. de (fl. 1344), 56
-, Marg. de, w. of Peter, 56
-, Peter de, 56

V.

Valence:
-, Agnes de, 210, 216
-, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke, 210
-, Wm. de, 256–7, 261

Valognes:
-, Gunnore de, m. Sir Wal. of Leighton, 56
-, Hamon de (d. 1203), see Hamon son of Geoffrey
-, Hamon de (d. 1242), 56
-, Hamon de (fl. 1259), 56
-, Jn. de (fl. 1229), 56
-, Jn. de (d. c. 1292), 56
-, Peter de, 210–11
-, Rob. de, 56–7
-, Rualon de (d. by 1193), 55
-, Rualon de (d. c. 1205), 55–6
-, Thos. de, 56
-, Wm. de, 55–6

Vaughan, Wm., vicar of Foxton, 175

Vaux:
-, Nic., Ld. Vaux, 211
-, Thos., Ld. Vaux, 211
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1471), 210–11, 251
-, fam., 211

Vavasour:
-, Agnes le, m. Rog. Thornton, 87
-, Amfelice, m. Phil. St. Clowe, 87
-, Nic. le, 87
-, fam., 93

vee de naam, 152, 216, 244

Ventris, Edw., 211–12

Vere:
-, Agnes, see Tiptoft
-, Edw. de, earl of Oxford, 157
-, Eliz., see Howard
-, Jn. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1462), 157, 197
-, Jn. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1513), 157, 197
-, Sir Thos., 180
-, fam., 50, 197
-, arms, 163

Verney:
-, Diana, w. of Sir Greville, m. 2 Wm.
-, Alington, Ld. Alington, 113
-, Geo., 113
-, Greville (d. 1648), 113
-, Sir Greville (d. 1668), 113
-, Hen. Peyto-, Ld. Willoughby de Broke, 113
-, Marg., see Greville
-, Sir Ric., 113
-, fam., Lds. Willoughby de Broke, 113

Vialls of London, architects, 65

village and church institutes, 13, 43

village and parish halls, 4, 55, 83, 94, 98, 112, 128, 135, 142, 151, 156, 166, 196, 209, 221, 229, 237, 239, 251

village colleges, see Bassingbourn; Melbourn

Viner, —, 271 n

Vinter:
-, J. O., 241–2
-, H. S., 241

Virginia (U.S.A.), 204

W.

Wace (or Wate), Rob., 240

waif, 126

Wakefield:
-, Anne, w. of Wm., ?m. 2 Jn. Wilkinson, 229
-, Wm. (fl. 1392), 72
-, Wm. (d. by 1663), 229

Wakefield (Yorks W.R.), vicar of, see Maude

Walden, Saffron (Essex), 81, 160, 177

Waldock, fam., 22–3

Waldstein, see Walston

Wale:
-, Alex. Malcolm, 222
-, C. G. B., 222
-, Gen. Sir Chas., 181, 222–3
-, Chas. Brent, 222
-, Fred., 222
-, Gregory, 178, 181, 222
-, Hitch, 181, 222
-, Kath., see Prime
-, Margaretta Philippina, 222–3, 227
-, R. F., 222
-, Rob., 181
-, Rob. Gregory, 221–2
-, Thos. (fl. 1566), 242
-, Thos. (d. by 1617, ? another), 181
-, Thos. (fl. 1624–41), 181
-, Thos. (fl. 1647), 181
-, Thos. (d. 1679, ? another), 181
-, Thos. (d. 1796), 181, 222
-, —, w. of Hitch, 222
-, fam., 190, 221–3, 226–7

Waleran, count of Meulan, 112

Waleys, Ellis le, 130, 132

Walkefare, Sir Ric., 101

Walkelin, bp. of Winchester, 16, 35, 116

Walker of London, organ maker, 150

Waller (or Warren):
-, Ric., 19
-, Wm., 19
-, fam., 17, 21

Wallingford (Berks.), dean of chapel royal, 162

Wallington (Herts.), 79

Wallington brook, 238

Wallis:
-, Geo. Hawkins, 87
-, Rob., vicar of Harston, 192
-, Swan, 193
-, fam., 184

Walls, Adam, vicar of Meldreth, fellow of Christ's Coll., 94–5

Wall's Livestock Ltd., 160

Walston (formerly Waldstein):
-, Sir Chas., 181, 196, 198, 241
-, Hen. David Leonard, Ld. Walston, 198, 239, 241, 244
-, fam., 168, 198, 201, 241, 244

Walter:
-, Agnes, w. of Wal., 33
-, Hen. (d. 1392), rector of Fowlmere, 163
-, Hen. (d. by 1499), 33
-, Hen. (d. 1527), 33
-, Jn. (d. after 1388), 33
-, Jn. (d. 1460), 33
-, Jn. (d. by 1499), 33
-, Jn. (d. 1582), 33
-, Wal., 33
-, Wm. (d. 1559), 32–3
-, Wm. (fl. 1591), 33

Walters:
-, Edw., 226
-, Jn., vicar of Great Shelford, 217

Waltheof, Earl, 257
-, his w., see Judith

Walton:
-, Edm., 197
-, Joan, m. 1 Sir Jn. Howard, 2 Sir Thos. Erpingham, 197
-, Jn., 197
-, Ric., 197
-, Sim., bp. of Norwich, 129
-, Wm., fellow of Trinity Coll., 222
-, —, dau. of Wm., 222

'Wambstrong', see Godwin

Wandlebury, see Stapleford

Wangford, Adam of, 147

War Office, 155, 160

Warburton:
-, Diana, see Alington
-, Sir Geo., 71

Ward (Warde):
-, Jn., 15
-, Thos., 251

Warden (Beds.):
-, abbey, 34, 89, 106
-, abbot, 40, 72, 78, 103
-, estates, 72, 102–3, 107, 115, 117
-, barony, 70

Ware:
-, Jn., 252
-, Marg., see Cailly

Ware (Herts.), priory, 84–5, 89–90, 92

Warenne:
-, Fred. de, 251
-, Wm. de, 251, 262

Waresley (Hunts.), 136

Waring and Gillow, 100

Warner, Wm., rector of Clopton, 40

Warren:
-, Armiger, 69
-, Joan, m. Sir Hen. Cromwell, 166
-, Sir Ralph, 166
-, Ric. (d. 1597), 166–7, 169
-, Ric. (another), see Waller
-, Wm., see Waller
-, fam., see Waller

warren, free, 15, 69, 99, 101, 113, 138, 144, 167, 196, 210, 229

Warwickshire, see Kenilworth

Waryn, Jn., 197

Wate, Rob., see Wace

water meadows, 8

Waterbeach, see Denny

Waterville:
-, Asceline de, m. Saher de Quincy, 98
-, Asceline de, w. of Geof., see Peverel
-, Geof. de, 254
-, Maud de, m. Wm. de Dive, 98

Watson:
-, Joan, see Bentley
-, Thos., 17

weaving, 23, 77, 106, 147, 172, 189, 215, 224, 261

Webb, Wm., master of Clare Coll., vicar of Litlington, 63–4, 66

Wedd:
-, Benj. (fl. c. 1700), 162
-, Benj. (fl. 1780), 164
-, Nat., 255, 265
-, Octavius, 160
-, W. J., 77
-, Wm., 160
-, Mrs., 77
-, —, w. of Benj., see Crackenthorpe
-, fam., 156, 160, 164, 189

Wedd, Messrs., and Sons, 73

Welbore:
-, Jn. (d. 1661), 168, 171
-, Jn. (d. 1727), 168, 171–2
-, Phil. (d. 1616), 168
-, Phil. (d. 1675), 168, 171
-, fam., 168–9, 171

Welborne, Geo., vicar of Great Shelford, rector of Little Shelford, 217

Welding Alloys Ltd., 161

Wells:
-, Geof. of, 98
-, Isabel of, w. of Geof., 98
-, Sir Ric. of, 98
-, Wm., vicar of Melbourn, 79
-, Wm., rector of Little Shelford and of Sandon, archdeacon of Colchester, president of Queens' Coll., vice-chancellor of Camb., 225
-, fam., 172

Wendy:
-, Alice of, see Pernes
-, Francis, 182, 197
-, Lettice, w. of Sir Thos., 138, 141
-, Nic. of, 101
-, Ralph of, 101
-, Susan, m. Thos. Stewart, 138
-, Thos. (d. 1634), 182, 197
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1673), 138, 141, 182
-, fam., 182, 197, 201

Wendy, 1, 11, 26, 49, 80, 101, 124, 126, 135–42
-, adv., 137, 140
-, agric., 126, 138–9
-, char., 142
-, ch., 24, 80, 96, 127, 138, 140–2
-, cts., 139
-, curates, 141
-, farms, 139
-, fields, 139
-, glebe, 138, 140
-, hearth tax, 269–70, 272
-, inc., 3, 139
-, inns, 136
-, man., 24, 136–40
-, ho., 137–8
-, mills, 139
-, nonconf., 141–2
-, par. officers, 139–40
-, poor relief, 140
-, pop., 135–6
-, rectors, 141
-, rectory, 136, 138, 140
-, roads, 136
-, sch., 136, 141–2
-, tithes, 140
-, town ho., 140
-, vicarage, 138, 140
-, ho., 80, 140–1
-, vicars, 24, 127, 140–1; and see Punchard

Wentworth:
-, Eliz., see Neville
-, Sir Hen., 181, 183, 252
-, Sir Ric., 181
-, Sir Thos., Ld. Wentworth (d. 1551), 181
-, Thos., Ld. Wentworth (d. 1584), 181

Wescomb:
-, J. E., 61
-, Nic., 114
-, fam., 58, 115

Wesley (Weslie):
-, Jn., 81, 96, 193, 227, 247
-, Steph., 210
-, Thos., 164

West:
-, Hugh, 130
-, Stanley, 242

Westminster:
-, abbey, 25
-, abbot, 25
-, estates, 18
-, dean and chapter, 18, 25
-, estates, 25

Westmorland, earl of, see Neville, Ralph

Weston Colville, 200

Wetherley hundred, 1, 152

Whaddon:
-, Agnes of, 145
-, Ernald of, 146
-, Hen. of, 146
-, Maud, w. of Ernald of, 146
-, Mic., 182
-, Ric. of., 146
-, Thos. of (d. 1265), 32, 146
-, Thos. (d. c. 1420), 182

Whaddon, 1, 26, 49–51, 53, 83, 91, 142–51
-, adv., 25, 146, 149
-, agric., 3, 142, 146–8
-, barony, 6, 32, 115
-, canal, 143
-, char., 151
-, ch., 25, 27, 53, 95, 143–4, 146–7, 149–50, 240
-, cts., 148
-, curates, 149–50
-, dom. archit., 32, 143
-, Dyers Green, 143, 147–8
-, farms, 147–8
-, fields, 51, 147–8
-, glebe, 53, 148
-, hearth tax, 269–70, 272
-, inc., 3, 142, 146–8
-, inns, 143
-, man., 49–52, 88–9, 144–8
-, ho., 143–5
-, mills, 148
-, nonconf., 144, 149–51
-, persons from, 6, 51, 53
-, poor relief, 148
-, pop., 143
-, recreation ground, 144
-, rectors, 149
-, rectory, 53, 144, 146–9
-, ho., 32, 143, 146
-, roads, 142–3
-, sch., 143, 150–1
-, streams, 142–3
-, tithes, 149
-, vicarage, 93, 149
-, ho., 143, 149
-, vicars, 51, 53, 147, 149–51; and see Say, Francis
-, Whaddon Green, 84, 143, 147–8
-, woodland, 142

Wharton, Ant., vicar of Bassingbourn, 26

Wheatfield (Oxon.), 125

Wheeler:
-, A., 216
-, B., 216
-, Leslie, 216

Whitacres, Jn., 115

Whitby, Rob., rector of Bassingbourn, 25

Whitechurch:
-, Wm., 91
-, fam., 184

Whitehead, Thos., 163

Whitelocke:
-, Geo., 267
-, (Sir) Jas., 253
-, Mary, see Pychard
-, fam., 259

whiting, manufacture of, 3, 119–20

Whittington, Capt. Jacob Jn., 45, 47, 99–100

Whittlesford, 182, 195, 197, 220–1, 223, 225, 238

Whittome Estates Ltd., 158

Wigmore:
-, Dan., archdeacon of Ely, 221–2
-, Gilb., rector of Little Shelford, 221, 225–6

Wigmore (Herefs.), 252

Wilberforce, Wm., 221

Wilbraham, 81

Wilkerson:
-, Sam., 23
-, Mr., 223
-, fam., 77, 113

Wilkins, Wm., 222

Wilkinson:
-, Annabel, see Bucke
-, Anne, see Wakefield
-, Jn., 229
-, Ralph, 181

Willers, fam., 189

Willett, Thos., 14, 22

Willetts, T. C., vicar of Tadlow, fellow of Downing Coll., 134

William I, 55

William, earl of Gloucester, 55, 63
-, his dau., see Amice

William, archdeacon of Ely, 203

William son of Hugh, (fl. c. 1150), 31
-, his s., see Croydon, Hugh of

William son of Hugh (fl. after 1169), 98

William son of Richard, 158

William son of Simon, 230

William son of Thomas of Thriplow, 240

William the chamberlain, 55

William, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

Williams:
-, A. L., vicar of Guilden Morden, 108
-, Geo., vicar of Hauxton cum Newton, 204
-, Jn., 209

Willis:
-, Isabella, 222
-, Jane, m. Sir Thos. Spenser Wilson, 58
-, Jn. Badger, 58
-, Margaretta Maria, see Peers
-, Rob., 234
-, fam. 234

Willoughby:
-, Anne, see Cheyney
-, Edw., 113
-, Eliz., m. Sir Fulk Greville, 113
-, Sir Jn., 113
-, Sir Rob., Ld. Willoughby de Broke (d. 1502), 113
-, Rob., Ld. Willoughby de Broke (d. 1521), 113, 117

Willoughby de Broke, Lds., see Verney

Willowes, Ric., vicar of Meldreth, 94

Wilmot, Geo., 268

Wilson:
-, Jane, see Willis
-, Jn. Maryon, 58, 61
-, Sir Thos. Maryon, 58
-, Sir Thos. Spenser, 58

Wiltshire, see Combe, Castle; Salisbury

Wimbish:
-, Abraha, m. Francis Norton, 169
-, Chris., 168–9
-, Eliz., see Tailboys
-, Frances, 169
-, Jn. (fl. 1433), 168
-, Jn. (d. 1526), 168
-, Margery, see Blyton
-, Mary, w. of Chris., 169
-, Thos. (d. 1505), 168
-, Thos. (d. 1552), 32, 169

Wimpole, 35
-, chant., 145–6, 148
-, estate, 5, 9, 15, 100, 105, 112, 114– 15, 125, 137, 142, 144, 146
-, pk., 142
-, rector, see Plumptre, Rob.
-, sch., 142

Winchester, earls of, see Quincy

Winchester:
-, bps. of, 120; and see Athelwold; Blois; Ilchester; Walkelin; Woodlock; Wykeham
-, estates, 4, 10, 16, 35–6, 112–13, 116, 120
-, patronage 120–1
-, cath., 112
-, St. Cross hosp., 120

Winchilsea, earls of, 15, 98

Winchilsey, Rob., abp. of Canterbury, 174

Winder, Sarah, 240

Windsor:
-, Cath., see Archer
-, Eliz., m. Gore Townsend, 138
-, Other Lewis, earl of Plymouth, 138
-, Thos., 138, 140, 142

Windsor (Berks.):
-, castle, constables, 101
-, St. George's chap., dean and canons, 146–9

winesilver, 211, 242

Wingate, W. W., see Pemberton

Wingfield:
-, Anne, see Harling
-, Ant., 197
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1481), 167
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1596), 197

Winslow:
-, Joan, 254
-, Jn., 254
-, Mary, see Crouchman
-, Wm., 254
-, fam., 241

Wisbech St. Peter, vicar of, see Cheeswright

witepund, 211, 242

Withenton, Wm. of, 101

Wivenhoe (Essex), 197

Wodehouse, Jn., see Coleman

Wood:
-, Edw., 229–31, 237
-, Jn. (fl. 1566), 58
-, Sir Jn. (fl. 1626), 230

Woodham, see Nash Woodham

Woodlock, Hen., bp of Winchester, 121

Woodrington, Alex, rector of Great Shelford, 217

wool, 4, 8, 20, 37, 45, 49, 51, 54, 60, 63, 75, 90, 97, 103, 111, 117, 125, 128, 131, 146, 154, 160–1, 184, 203, 235

Wool Street, 227–8

Worboys, fam., 23, 106

Worcester, earls of, see Tiptoft

Worcester, 46
-, bp. of, see Giffard, Godfrey

Worcestershire, 79; and see Evesham; Ombersley

workhouses, see Bassingbourn; Morden, Guilden; Royston; Trumpington

works, villeins', 7, 19, 36, 59, 73, 75, 90, 102–3, 116, 125, 131, 147, 159, 170, 184–5, 198, 211–12, 223, 231, 242–3, 257–8
-, commutation of, 19, 59, 73, 90, 102, 125, 131, 139, 159, 170, 185, 199, 212, 223, 243, 258

Wortham:
-, Ann, 76
-, B. H. C. G., 51
-, Biscoe Hill, 51, 88
-, Charlotte, ?m. — Hawkins, 15
-, Geo., 241
-, Hale (d. 1755), 240–1
-, Hale (d. 1778), 241
-, Hale (d. 1828), 15, 241
-, Hale (fl. 1842), 241
-, Jas., 240–1
-, Mary, see Hatton
-, fam., 17, 51, 76

Wort's Causeway, 207

Wratting, West, 77

Wren, Mat., vicar of Harston, bp. of Ely, 122, 191

Wrestlingworth (Beds.), 135

Wright:
-, A. C., 81, 85
-, Ann, see Ellis
-, Wm., 17

Wriothesley, Hen., earl of Southampton, 222

writs, return of, 244

Wulfstan (fl. c. 955), 229

Wykeham, Wm. of, bp. of Winchester, 121

Wymondley, Great (Herts.):
-, man., 71
-, priory, 7, 58
-, estates, 115, 117

Wymund, Thos., 197

Y.

York:
-, abbey of St. Mary, 24
-, abp., see Giffard, Wal.
-, prebendary of, see Maude

Yorke:
-, A. C., rector of Fowlmere, 162
-, Albert Edw., earl of Hardwicke, 144 n
-, Chas. Phil., earl of Hardwicke (d. 1873), 109–10, 119, 123, 125, 144, 150, 162
-, Chas. Phil., earl of Hardwicke (d. 1897), 119, 144
-, Eliz., w. of Phil., earl of Hardwicke, 151
-, Phil., earl of Hardwicke (d. 1764), 58, 114, 144, 150
-, Phil., earl of Hardwicke (d. 1790), 142, 144
-, Phil. earl of Hardwicke (d. 1834), 14–15, 53, 61, 100, 105, 115, 117–18, 144, 147–8, 151, 161–2
-, Susan, w. of Chas. Phil., earl of Hardwicke, 150–1
-, fam., earls of Hardwicke, 100–2, 114

Yorkshire, 99; and see Batley; Beverley; Doncaster; Gargrave; Ravensworth; York
-, Wakefield, vicar of, see Maude

Z.

Zouche:
-, Alan la (d. 1270), 251
-, Alan la (d. 1314), 251
-, Ellen la, see Quincy
-, Maud la, m. Rob. Holland, 251