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'Index', The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham: volume 2: Chester ward (1820), pp. 398-408. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76320 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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Abbs, Bryan, property in Cleadon, 55, 56.

Ad Murum, 125.

Ad Vedram, 12.

Alansheeles, property in, 367.

Aldwin, his pilgrimage into Northumberland, and revival of the monasteries of Jarrow and Wearmouth, 5, 6.

Allan family, property in Pelton, 191.
-, Thomas Allan, esq. ib. note.
-, Allansford, 347.

Almonside, or Almond Garths, 277.

Anabaptists at Muggleswick, &c. 364. See Muggleswick.

Anderson of Bradley, epitaphs, 263.
-, Property in Bradley, 268.
-, The loyal Sir Francis Anderson, ib.
-, Pedigree, 269, 387.

—of Newcastle, 268 note, 269.
-, Property in Winlaton, 272.

Andrewfield. See Beckley.

Andrews, John, M.D. monument, 61.

Antonine's Iters which concern the County of Durham, 298.

Anvil, Sir John, original of that character in the Spectator, 273.

Apparition, narrative of one at Lumley, 146–149.

Aqueducts, Roman, connected with the Station at Lanchester, 304.

Arco, owner of a moiety of Langley, 332.

Arrowsmith, Thomas, epitaph, 121.

Ash, or Eshe, 335, 336.
-, The Hall, 335.
-, Descent of property, ib. 336.
-, Roman Catholic seminary, 336.
-, Reliques of Catholic families, ib. note.
-, Prebend of Eshe, 336.
-, The Chapel, 337.
-, Curates, ib.
-, Decree respecting holy water on a dispute between the college of Lanchester and the water-bearer of Eshe, 310.

Ashmall, or Ashmole family, 336.

Ashmole, Elias, minuteness of his diary, as to personal ailments, surpassed, 16.

Askew family, property in Redheugh, 132;
-, Nettlesworth, 204;
-, Holemyers, 205.

Aubrey, his portrait of Venetia Digby, 224.

Avelent, Arnald de, land granted to, 363.

Austell, Dean, tomb of, 314.

Axwell, property in, 247–250.
-, Pedigree of Clavering, 248, 249.
-, Old Axwell, and Axwell Park, 250, 276.

Baculus—lands in Wolviston delivered up per baculum, 216.

Baker, Wm. and Oswald, office of keeper of the Woods of Benfieldside granted to, 293.

Baker family, of Crook and Elemore, owners of the Howens in Medomsley, 296.
-, Property in Crook, 353.
-, Epitaphs, 314, 316.
-, Brief account of Sir George Baker, 357.
-, Memoir of Thomas Baker of St. John's College, 353–357.
-, Pedigree. 358.

Baldewinus fil. Radulphi, grant of Vaccaria de Pethuneshac, Rectori et Fratribus de Scyreburn, 364.

Balguy, John, A. M. anecdote of, 207.

Barker, John, quit claim of land in Bursblades to Wm. Huntley, 350.

Barmston, manor, &c. 49.

Barons of the Bishoprick, 36.

Barrow at Ryton, 264.

Barthew, Will, and Joh. de, grant of land in Hebburn to Joh. Willy, 74.

Bartholomew Act, 389, 390.

Barton, Conan, grant of land in Gateshead, to H. Bointon, &c. 117.

Basire, Dr. memoranda respecting the Swinhurn family, 282.

Baxter of Newcastle, property in Hebburn, 74.

—Anne, of West Roughside, will 1743, 364.

Baynbrigg property in Kibblesworth, 217.

Beamish, 222–227.
-, Park and House, 222.
-, Descent of property, 223, 224.
-, Descent of Charron, Monboucher, Harbotel, and Percy, 225.
-, Pedigree of Wray, 226;
-, of Davison, 227.

Beaurepaire, or Bear Park, 372–374.
-, The Chapel and House, 372.
-, History of, 373.
-, Claim made by Dean Granville for dilapidations;
-, and correspondence on that subject, 373, 374.
-, Keepers of Bear Park, 374.

Beckley and Andrewfield, 235.
-, Charter of Christiana fil. Adæ de Newhous, ib.

Bede, abstract of his Lives of the Abbots of Wearmouth, 2–5.

Bede's chair, 68.
-, Sketch of his life, and notice of his literary labours, 69.
-, His birth-place, 80.

Bega, St. foundress of St. Bees, &c. 2.

Beke, Bp. erects the Church of Chester into a Collegiate establishment, 143.
-, His statutes on erecting Lanchester into a Collegiate Church, 309, 310.

Bellasis, R. his vile conduct to Dr. Bullein, 383.

—Sir Wm. property in Pelton, 190.
-, Letter to lip. Neile, respecting proceedings against Papists, 75.

Benedict (Biscopius), founder of the monasteries of Wearmouth and Jarrow, life of, 2–4, 69.

Benedictine Monk, effigy of, at Monk-Wearmouth, 10.

Benfieldside, antient tenures in, 293.
-, Grant of the office of Forester, ib.
-, Quaker meeting, ib.

Berley, or Barlow, near Thornley, 276.

Bewick family, property in Urpeth, 192.
-, Pedigree, 193, 194.

Biddick, North, descent of property, &c. 48.

Biddick estate at Whitburn, 56.

Biddicke, Alexander de, sacerdotal effigies, 43, 48.

Bierley family, of Cornsay, &c. 342. note.

Biggin, estate of the Burnops, 334.

Burkhead, Henry, LL. D. founder of poetry professorship at Oxford, 13.

Birtley, 188–190.
-, Pedigree of Birtley and Blenkinsop, 189.
-, Descent of property, 189, 190.
-, Salt-spring, 190.

Birtley family, pedigree, 189.
-, Property in Stanley, 229;
-, High Friarside, 233;
-, Axwell, 247;
-, Ousterley, 331.
-, The Riding in Whickham granted to Thomas and Amabil, 251.

Bishops of Durham, notices of, 41.
-, Observations on the household arrangement temp, Pudsey, deduced from Boldon Buke, 58.
-, Contest with Newcastle respecting rights of the Borough of Gateshead, 109–112.
-, Right to the Mines in Blackburn Fell, 214.
-, Award respecting the boundary of the manor of Ryton, 281.
-, Service of supplying the Bishop's kitchen with onions and cabbages, 324.

Blackburn, near Ash, property in, 337.

Blackburn Fell, division of, 1801, 214.

Blackburn, Wm. of South Shields, epitaph, 99.

Blackett, Henry, A. M. monument, 61.

—Sir Wm. letter respecting chopwood in Muggleswick Park, 391.

Blackhall, property in, 282.

Bladon, near Stella, 276.

Blakiston family, of Gibside, property in Pokerley, 196;
-, Frereside; 235;
-, Gellesfield, 251;
-, Gibside, 253.
-, Marriage-contract between Roger Blakiston and Elizabeth Marley, 1534, 253.
-, Will of William Blackston 1607, ib.
-, Pedigree, 255.

—John and Elizabeth, property in Plausworth, 202.

—of Shieldrow, epitaph of Jane wife of Nicholas, 222.
-, Property in Shieldrow, &c. 230;
-, Beckley, &c. 235;
-, Wills of Nicholas, and Ralph of Chester-le-street, 230.
-, Pedigree, 231.

—of Farnton Hall, property in Stobilee, 334.

—property in Kyopeth, 348.
-, Will of John, 1623, ib.

—seated at Blackhall, 282.

Blenkinsop, of Birtley, pedigree, 189.
-, Property in Birtley, ib.

—property in Consett, 294.

Boldon, Parish of, 57–65.
-, Antient tenures and services, 57–59.
-, Descent of property, 59.
-, Pedigree of Fawcett, 60.
-, The Church, 59, 60.
-, Monumental inscriptions, 61.
-, Rectory, 62.
-, Rectors, ib.
-, Collation of Alverd, 65.
-, Inquest, 1334, as to right of the Rector, 62, 65.
-, Licence, 1597, for the marriage of the Rector, 63.
-, Glebe, ib.
-, Tithes, ib.
-, Convention with the Master of Kepier, ib.
-, Charitable Benefactions, 65.

Boldon Buke, the great Rental of Hugh Pudsey, 57.
-, Observations on the Bishop's household arrangement deduced from, 58.
-, A part of the record added subsequently to its original compilation, 237.

Bonner, Thomas, property at Jarrow, 72.

Bordwells, or Bodells, a Scotch coin; 124.

Borrett, Brian, epitaph, 121.

Boundaries, figs, &c. given to children on riding, and sometimes a whipping, 123, 124.

Bowes family of Streatlam, &c. property in Plausworth, 202;
-, Hollinside. 251;
-, Gibside, 253;
-, Byerside, 291;
-, Collierley, 359;
-, Kimblesworth, 376;
-, Findon Hill, ib.—portrait of Sir Martin Bowes, 254.
-, Family papers, 288.

Bowlby family, property in Coldpikehill, 320.

Boynton, Thomas and Margaret, property in Plausworth, 201, 202.

—, Sir Henry, of Sedbury, property in Ravensworth, 208, 211.

—Hollinside granted to Wm. de Boineton and Isolda, 250, 251.

Bradley, in Ryton, account of property in, 268.
-, Pedigree of Anderson and Simpson, 269.

Bradley, near Medomsley, 290.

Braidley,—, appointed to the cure of Muggleswick, his conduct as represented in the Muggleswick Petition, 388.

Brakenbery, Robert de, grant of lands in Wytton, &c. 165.

Brandling family, epitaphs at Heworth, 84.
-, Property at Felling, 86, 87.
-, Pedigrees of Brandling of Felling, &c. 90 (see 385);
-, of Brandling of Leathley, 91;
-, of Brandling of Hoppen, &c. 92;
-, of Brandling of Newcastle, &c. ib.
-, Papers connected with the family history, and epitaphs, 93.

Brass family, formerly owners of Flass, 337.

Bride-wain, instance of that custom, 344.

Brigford, Chapel of, in Lambton, 170.
-, Presentation to, 1314, 177

Brignell family, owners of Gellesfield, 251.

Bristow, of Great Lumley, pedigree, 167.

Brodemyers, property in, 205, 386.

Broomshields, antient tenures, 344.
-, Modern proprietors, ib.

Broomyholme, account of property, 199.

Brownie, or domestic Spirit, habits attributed to, 24.

Bruce, Robert, King of Scotland, charter adjudging a coat of arms to Hardyng, for which he had fought against Seyntlow, 250, 251.

Bruncoste, Alan, grant to Arnald de Avelent, of land in Pethuneshak, 363.

Bryansleap, parcel of Friarside, 235.
-, Pedigree of Harrison, 257.

Bulleyn, Dr. account of, and the wrongs he sustained from W. Hilton, 33.
-, Extracts from his Bulwarke of Defence about the ungrateful R. Bellasis, and the outrageous conduct of Hilton, 383.
-, Dedication to Sir T. Hilton, ib.
-, Laudatory verses, 384.

Bulmer family, property in Simonside, 104;
-, Pelawe, 187;
-, Pontop, 350.
-, Notices from Ryton Register, 266;
-, from Eshe, 336.

Bunny, Francis, A. M. and his family, epitaphs, 262, 253. account of him, 265.

Burindon, Hugo de, indenture with Henry de Lomeleye, 165.

Burnhop and Hamsteels, antient tenures, 334, 335.

Burnop family, owners of the Howens in Medomsley, 296.
-, Property in Biggin, 334.
-, Pedigree, ib.

Burnopfield, parcel of Friarside, 235.

Burrell, Cuthbert, property in Priestfield, 235.

Burselades, descent of property in, 349.
-, Charters relating to it, ib. 350.

Bursblades, John, son of Philip de, grant to his son John, 349.
-, Grant of Simon de Bursblades to the Church of Durham, 350.

Burton, Galfrid de, grant to W. de Hilton, 102.

Butsfield, antient tenures, 346.

Byerley, Col. 390.

Byermoor, property of, 256, 387.
-, Pedigree of Harrison, 257.

Byerside, account of property in, 291.
-, Pedigrees of Hall, ib.;
-, Stevenson, 292.

Byndley, John, priest, will 1564, 362.

Byres, Ralph de, property in Mayland, 345, 346.

Cadomo, Walter de, &c. charters of Bp. Philip and King John, confirming Pudsey's grant of Cornsho and Hethley to him, 340.

Cambridge University, books given to, by Lord Lumley, 159;
-, by Tho. Baker, and scholarship founded by, &c. 357.

Carleton, Dean, and his family, 391.

Carlisle family, property in Blackburn, 337.

Carnaby family, descent of, and property in Crawcrook, 266;
-, in Bradley, 268.

Carr family, property in North Biddick, 48;
-, Whitburn, 53;
-, Field House, 133;
-, Picktree, 186;
-, Pelawe, 187;
-, Dunston-hill, 243;
-, Blackball, 282;
-, Medomsley, 284, 285;
-, Darwencote, 292.
-, Notices of the family, ib. note.

Cattle, stray, covenant for protection of, 1311, 62.

Cawsey and Kiphills, account of property in, 227, 223.
-, Tanfield Arch, 228.
-, Pedigree of Clavering, ib.

Ceolfrid, abbot of Wearmouth, life of, 4, 5, 69.

Chamber, of Cleadon, pedigree, 55.

Chaumbre, John del, property in Satley, 345.

Chantry, grant for support of a Chantry at Monk-Wearmouth, 25.
-, Statutes of a Chantry at Farnacres, 243.
-, Foundation charter of a Chantry at Holmside, 325.

Charron, Lords of Beamish, 223.
-, Descent of, 225.

Chatersheugh, staiths at, 182.

Chauncellor family, property in Ousterley, 331.

Chester Ward, Parochial History, 1, et seqq.

Chester-le-street, Parish of, 136–206.
-, Grounds for considering it a Roman station, 136.
-, Coins, ibid. Tenures at Hatfield's survey;
-, mill and fishery;
-, inclosure, &c. 137.
-, The Church, 138.
-, Chantries, ib. 206.
-, Monuments, 139–143.
-, Lumley monuments, 139–142.
-, Rectory, Collegiate Church, and Perpetual Curacy, 143.
-, Rectors, Deans, Curates, &c. 144.
-, Interdict on the Chapels of Tanfield and Lamesley removed by Bp. Kellaw, ratione reconcilialionis Ecclesie de Chestre nuper sanguinis effusione pollutæ, 386.
-, Extracts from the Parish Books, 144–146.
-, Popish Recusants, 146.
-, Webster's narrative of a murder discovered by an apparition, 146–149.
-, Impropriation, or Lay Dcaneiy, 149.
-, Tithes, parcel of impropriation, ib.—151.
-, Pedigree of Hedworth, 151.
-, Charitable Donations, 205, 206.

Chestre family, property at Little Usworth, 46.

Chilton, Alan de, Heley granted to, in exchange for Cornford, 346;
-, alienated by Richard de Chilton, 347.

Chopwell, 276–282.
-, Account of property, 270, 277.
-, Charter of the Prior, &c. reciting Bp. Hugh's gift of Chopwell to Newminster, 276.
-, Almonside, 277.
-, Hukergate, ib.
-, Pedigrees of Swinburn, 278, 279;
-, of Dudley and Clavering, 280
-, Award of boundaries of manors of Ryton and Chopwell, 281.

Clargill, Countess of, 209.

Clavering family of Axwell, &c. Property in Jarrow, 72;
-, Blackburn Fell, 214;
-, North Cawsey, 228;
-, Beckley, &c. 235;
-, Axwell, 247, 250;
-, Winlaton, 272;
-, Greencroft, 321.
-, Epitaphs, 240, 315.
-, Pedigree, 248, 249.

—of Callaley, estate at Gateshead, 127.
-, Tithe-impropriators of Chester, 149, 150.

—property in Chopwell, 277.
-, Pedigree, 280.

—of Gateshead, property in Beamish, 224;
-, Cawsey, 228.
-, Pedigree, ib.
-, Epitaphs, 222.

Claxton family, property in Boldon, 59;
-, Nettlesworth, 204;
-, Whickham, 238;
-, Knycheley, 296;
-, Greencroft, 321;
-, Pontop, 350.

Cleadon, 53–56.
-, Antient tenures and services, 53, 54.
-, Account of property, 54, 55.
-, Pedigree of Chamber, 55.
-, Cleadon Tower, ib.

Clyff, Richard, rector of Boldon, 62.

Coal, seam of, at Whickham, burnt, 239.

Cockburne, John, of Black Ormiston, possessions of the dissolved house of Kepier granted to, 267, 352, 361.

Cockson family, property in Coldpike hill, 320.

Coken, Reginald de, grant to Finchale Priory, 165.

Coldpike Hill, account of property in, 319, 320.

Cole family, of Gateshead, property in Boldon, 63.
-, Their mansion called Palace Place at Gateshead, 105.
-, Arms, &c. 118.
-, Property in Kibblesworth, 217.

Collierley, now usually called Dipton, account of property in, 359, 360.

Colling, Anne, a dwarf, 366.

Column, Doric, at Gibside, 254.

Consett, 294–297.
-, Account of property, 294, 295.
-, Pedigree of Warde and Hall, 297.

Constable family, Chopwell granted to Sir Robert for his service as a spy, 277.
-, Darwencote to Sir William, 292.

Conyers family, property in Nettlesworth, 204;
-, Tanfield, 219.
-, Sir Blakiston Conyers, 230.

Cooke of Newcastle, property in Collierley, 359.

Cookson, John, of Newcastle, 55.
-, Property at Whitehill, 152.
-, Family, ib. note.

Coplestone, silver spur, of Devon, 176.

Corbet, Robert, settlement of his estate of Hunstanworth, 365.

Cornsey and Hedley, 340–342.
-, Account of property in, 340, 342.
-, Charters of Bp. Philip and King John confirming Pudsey's grant to Walter de Cadomo, &c. 340.
-, Cornsay Almshouses, 341;
-, statutes, ib.
-, Proprietors of land in Cornsay, 342.

Cosmography, a book of, eight hides of land given in exchange for, A. D. 689–709, 4.

Cotum, John de, grant of land in Edmundbyers to the Church of Durham, 363.

Cowherd, keepers of Bear Park, 374.

Crawcrook, 266, 267.
-, Account of property, 266, 267, 387.
-, Charter of William de Mashame, 387.
-, Little Kepyer, 267.

Crew, Bp. his political conduct, 353.
-, His kindness to Tho. Baker, ib. 354.

Crook-hall, descent of property, 352, 353.

Cross, antient, at Ravensworth, 208.

Crowley, Sir Ambrose, iron-works established by at Swalwell, 246;
-, and at Winlaton, 273.
-, Brief account of him, ib.
-, His family and descendants, ib.

Crown Lands, act of James for confirmation of purchases temp Eliz. 199.

Cuthbert, St. Bede's Life of, 69.
-, Wardley conjectured to be the spot where his corpse became immovable, 89.

Dacre, Lady, Marmaduke Hedworth prosecuted for running away with, 146, 178, 185 (see 386). Sentence against him, 385.

Dalden, lords of, proprietors of Byerside, 291.

—William de, and Alyne, 368.
-, Confirmation of a charter of Philip de la Ley, 370.

Danyelles. See Stobilee.

Darley, arms of, 100.

Darncrook, 133.

Darnell family, proprietors of West Broomshields, 344.
-, Notices of the—family, ib. note.

Darwencote, account of property, 292, 293.

Davell, Dr. Robert, Leland's host, 264.

David, King of Scots, admonished in a vision by St. Cuthbert, 259.

Davies, John, of Kidwelly, 295, 296.

Davison family of Beamish, property there, 224;
-, Causey, 228;
-, Burnop-field, 235.
-, Epitaphs, 221, 222.
-, Benefaction of Elizabeth, 1762, 236.
-, Pedigree, 227.

—Sir Alexander, his death, 390.

Dawes, Richard, the Critic, memorial of, and anecdotes, 84.

Dean and Chapter of Durham, complaint against, 1039, for increasing fines on renewing leases, 14.
-, Contest with the Corporation of Newcastle relative to Jarrow Slake, 73.
-, Form of homage performed by Brandling, 87.

Deckham's Hall, 131.
-, Will of Thomas Dackham, ib.

Delaval, Peter, marriage of his daughter Mary, 7.
-, Her epitaph, 11.

Denom, John de, exchange of lands with the Prior of Durham, 103.
-, Land in Nettlesworthgranted to, 385.

Digby, Sir Kenelm, his wife Venetia Stanley, 224.

Dignities, instances of their being popularly attributed to commoners, 36, 209.

Dipton. See Collierley.

Dittander, broad-leaved, near Tynemouth Castle, exhibited by Dr. Bullen, 33.
-, Mistaken for Dittany Of Crete, ib.

Dolphanby, John de, giants of land to in Gateshead, 1375 and 1402, 116.
-, Pedigree, &c. 117.
-, Chantries founded by, ib. 120.

Donuison family, property in Brodemyers, 205.

Dorset, Richard Earl of, his passion for Venetia Stanley, 224.

Dreng tenant, service of, 58.

Duck, Sir John, property in Great Lumley, 100, 167;
-, in Almonside, 277.
-, His Hospital, 167.

Dudley family,' property in Chopwell, &c. 277;
-, Milkwell Burn, 283.
-, Pedigree, 280.
-, Feud between the Rutherforths and Dudleys, 282.

Dunston-hill, 243.

Durie, John, A. M. petition to Dean and Chapter respecting Edmundbyers, 364.

Dwarf, female, 366.

Easterwin, abbot of Wearmouth, 3, 4.

Ebba, St. Convent of, 300.

Ebchester, Chapelry of, 298–302.
-, The Site probably of the Roman Vindomora;
-, vestiges of the Station;
-, sepulchral and other monuments, 298–300.
-, Convent of St. Ebba, 300;
-, Account of property, ib.
-, Visited by the Scots armies, ib.
-, The Church, 301.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, ib.
-, Curates, 302.

Ecgfrith, Stycas of, discovered, 83.

Eden, Sir John, share on division of Blackburn Fell, 214.

Edmondsley, account of property, 198.
-, Wardell family, ib.

Edmundbyers, Parish of, 363, 304.
-, Grants to the Church of Durham, 363.
-, The Church, glebe, &c. ib.
-, Rectors, &c. 364.

Egleston family, property in Hunstanworth, 366.
-, Pedigree, 367.
-, Wills, &c. ib.

Eighton, property in, 215, 216.
-, Grant to the Hermit of Eighton, 216.

Ellison family, of Hebburn, &c. property in Newton-Garths, 64;
-, Jartow, 72;
-, Hebburn, 76;
-, Gateshead, 107, 112, 127;
-, Lintz, &c. 233;
-, Priestfield, 235.
-, Epitaphs at Jarrow, 71.
-, Pedigree, 78, 79.

Elmeden family, property in Pelawe, 187 (charters, ib.);
-, Pontop; 350.

Elrington, Wm. of Espersheales, 287.

Elrington John, his information relative to the Muggleswick plot, 389.

Elvet family, property in Plausworth, 202.

Emerson, property in Collierley, 359.

Entercommon, 65.

Episcopal Charters, &c.—Ralph Flambard, grant of Hectbn, Ravenswiche;
-, and Blekestun, to Richard nepotisuo, 210.—
-,-, Galfrid Rufus, Col-Collation' of Alverd to the churches of St. Nicholas Durham, Boldon, &c. 05.— Hugh Pudsey, grant of land from Tyne bridge to Redheugh, to Thuroldde Londiniis, 114.
-, Confirmation (by Prior Absalon; &c.) of his grant of Chopwell to Newminster Abbey, in exchange for Wolsingham, 276.
-, Grant of Heley to Alan de Chilton, in exchange for his interest inCornford, 346.
-, Confirmation of Gilbert de la Ley's grant for support of Lepers at Witton, 369.—Philip de Pictavia, confirmation of Bp. Pudsey's grant of Cornsho and Hethley to Walter de Cadomo, &c. 340.—Robert de Stichill, grant of land in Whickham to Wm do Feugers, 245.
-, Grant of land in Pokerley to John Pokerley, 195.—
-,-, Richard Kellow, grant of the Riding in Lanchester, &c. to William de Kellawe, 333.
-, Charter removing an interdict from the Chapels of Tanfield and Lamesley, 386.
-, Grant of lands in Knycheley, &c. to Wm. de Knycheley, 387.—
-,-, Thomas Hatfield, grant of free warren in Farnacres to Robert de Umframvill, 244.—John Fordham, grant to the Hermit of Eighton, 210.—Thomas Langley, indulgence for the repair of Lamesley Bridge, 236.—Robert Neville, grant of manor and advowson of Pelawe to Wm. Elmeden, 187.—Matthew Hutton, grant of office of keeper of the Woods of Benfieldside, 293.—Toby Mathew, licence for the marriage of Mr. Fawcett, rector of Boldon, 63.
-, Licence to remove the remains of the Lumleys to Chester, 393.

Eshe family, property in Eshe, 335, 336;
-, Fulforth, 372.
-, Old recumbent statue, 337.

Eshe. See Ash.

Eure, Lords, proprietors of the cell of Jarrow, 72.

—Sir Ralph, property in Knycheley, 296;
-, Satley, 345;
-, Kimblesworth, 375, 376.

Exton, Dr. Thomas, letter on Dean Granville's claim for dilapidations at Beaurepaire, 373.

Fader, Isolda, grant of land in Gateshead to W. Syre, 114.

Farewell, Wm. property in Knewkden, 366.

Farnacres, 243–245.
-, Account of early proprietors of the name, 243.
-, Chantry: founded at, ib.
-, Statutes, ib.
-, Grant of free warren to Rob. de, Umframville, 244.
-, Pedigree of Liddell, 245.

Farnakris, Henry de, land granted to by Emma filia Joh. le Quareur, 115.

Farnham, Bp. consolidated the Hospital of the Holy Trinity at Gateshead with St. Edmund's Hospital, 125.

Fatfield, 182.

Fawcett family, property at Boldon, 59.
-, Pedigree, 60.
-, Epitaphs, 61.
-, Licence for marriage of R. Fawcett, rector of Boldon, 63;
-, his will, 60.

Fayrehare family, pedigree, 317.
-, George Fairhair, 148.

Felling, 86–89.
-, Descent of property, 80, 87.:
-, Account of the dreadful explosion, 1812, in Felling Colliery, 87–89.
-, Monument to the sufferers, 84, 88.—
-,-, Dyke intersccting the field of coal, 89.

Felton family, property in Medomsley, 284;
-, Bradley, 290;
-, Hamsterley, ib.
-, Descent of, 285.

Fenwick family, of Newton Garths, 64.

—Col. George, his property and family, 7.

—Randal, fell loyally at Marston Moor, 176.

Ferlyngton, Simon de, grant of Kyo to the Almoner of Durham for support of three scholars, 348.
-, Henry de F. entered and gave to Hospital of Gateshead, ib.
-, Decree respecting, ib.

Ferrator, or Ferrour family, property in Iveston, 351, 352.

Ferrers family, variety of bearing in their arms, 351.

Field House, Gateshead, 133.

Finchale Priory, grants to, of land in Lumley, 165;
-, Wodeshende, 168, 169;
-, Holmside, 324.
-, Property of in Wodeshende, 169.

Findon Hill, account of property in, 76.

Fisher, Bp. and his funeral sermon for the Countess of Richmond, 354.

Fishery at Hilton, lease of the tithe of, 25.

Fitz-Marmadukes, proprietors of Ravensworth, 208.

Flass, estate of, 337.

Flexible Limestone, 56.

Follonsby, descent of property, 82.
-, Charters of Thorald de Lundoniis, and of Helyas and Nicholas sons of Thorald, 394.

Fool, domestic, late instance of one being kept, 23.

Ford, antient tenures and services, 317.
-, Pedigree of Fayrehare, ib.
-, Account of property, ib.
-, Pedigree of Greenwell, 318.

Forster, property in Greencroft, 321;
-, Esh, 336;
-, Knewkden, 366.

Fournays, Thomas de, mason, agrecmentforerection of a staith, 1408, 115.

Freed-men, per pateram, 48.

French, Wm property in Crawcrook, 267.

Friarside, High, account of property in, 233.
-, Pedigree of Rawe and Hancock, 234.

Friarside, Low, 235.
-, The Chapel, annexed to Farnacres, ib.
-, Priestfield, Bryansleap, and Burnopfield, ib.

Fuger-house, proprietors of, 238 note. 245.
-, Graht of Bp. Robert, shewing its origin, 245.

Fulforth, account of property in, 372.
-, Charter of Gilbert de Ley, ib.

Fulwell, 12, 13.
-, Wreck seized for the Bishop and Dean and Chapter, 12.
-, Roman remains, ib. 13.

Funeral-feast, will forbidding, 1612, 204.

Funeral-garlands, custom preserved at Witton, 392.

Galba, gold coin of, found at Chester-le-Street, 136.

Garlands. See Funeral Garlands.

Gascoigne family, of Birtley, 117.

—proprietors of Ravensworth, &c. 208.
-, Notices of the family from Lamesley Register, 209 note.
-, Pedigree, 211.

Gate, Sir Henry, Beamish, &c. granted to, 223;
-, Holmside, &c. 326.

Gategang family, property in Boldon, 59.
-, Convention between the Rector of Boldon and John de Gategang, 1311, 62.
-, Property in Newton Garths, 64;
-, Follonsby, 82;
-, Gateshead, 106, 107, 108.
-, Nettlesworth, 204;
-, Ryton, 259.
-, Pedigree, and charters, &c. connected with the family, 116.

Gateshead, Parish of, 105–135.
-, Its topography, 105, 106.
-, Borough lands, 106.
-, Survey of the manor 1647, 107.
-, Gateshead Fell;
-, a separate rectory, 107.
-, Gateshead Park, 107, 108.
-, Wood for fuel ordered to be delivered to Robert Baron Hilton, 381.
-, Gabrocentum, and Ad Capræ Caput, 103, 125.
-, Charter to the Burgesses, and tenures under Bps. Pudsey and Hatfield, 108, 109.
-, Government of Gateshead, 109.
-, Contest with the Corporation of Newcastle respecting the Tyne, &c. 109–112.
-, Antient fisheries, 109.
-, Reasons alleged for annexing Gateshead to Newcastle, and answers, 111.
-, Incorporated trades, 112.
-, Modern trade, 113.
-, History of Tyne Bridge, 113, 114.
-, Hermitage on it, 114.
-, Antient charters, 114.
-, Agreement for erecting a staith, 1408, 115.
-, Pedigrees, of Ravensworth, 115;
-, Gategang, 116;
-, Dolphanby, 117;
-, Thomlinson, ib.;
-, Clavering, 228.
-, The Church, 118.
-, Rectors, ib.
-, Glebe, tithe, &c. 119.
-, Chantries, 119.
-, Antient seals, ib.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, 120, 121.
-, Church plate, 121.
-, Extracts from the Parish Books, 122–125.—
-,-, St. Edmund's Hospital, consolidated with that of the Holy Trinity, 125;
-, decree respecting grant of Kyo, 348;
-, Goods delivered by the executors of John de Denton, master, to his successor Abp. of Armagh, 381;
-, appropriated to Nuns of Newcastle, 126;
-, Masters, 127;
-, Ruined Chapel, and antient House, ib.
-, Pedigree of Ridell, 128, 129.—
-,-, Hospital of St. Edmund of King James's foundation, 130;
-, regulated and enlarged under Act of Parliament, ib. 131.—
-,-, Charitable benefactions, 134.
-, School, ib.

Gaugy, William, release of all right in Hebburne, 74.

Gelet family, 342.

Genour, Thomas and Matilda, grants of land in Bursblades to Grome, 350.
-, German Sword-cutlers, colony of at Shotley Bridge, 294, 387.

Gibb, Sir Henry, property in Jarrow, 72.

Gibside, 253–257.
-, Descent of property, 253.
-, Scenery, 254.
-, The house, ib.
-, Painting of Rubens' wife in a fruit-shop, &c. ib.
-, The Column, ib.
-, Chapel, ib.
-, Pedigrees, of Blakiston, 255;
-, Marley, 256.

Gildeford family, property in Byermoor, 256;
-, Bursblades, 349;
-, Collierley, 359.
-, Gilly-tithe lands, 52.

Glass, the art of making, when first introduced in Britain, 3.

Glenshiel, battle of, 61.

Gordian, two inscriptions at Lanchester, 305.

Gourlay family, property in Pontop, 350;
-, Billingside, 360.

Granavilla, Will. de, grant of Pottershilera to the Prior and Convent, 114.
-, Grand Allies, 209, 239.

Grainge family, owners of Gellesfield, 251.

Granville, Dean, correspondence respecting his claim for dilapidations at Beaurepaire, 373, 374.

Gray, property at Hebburn, 74.

—Sir Thomas, and descendants, property in Urpeth, 192;
-, Plausworth, 201;
-, Consett, 294;
-, Rowley, 362.

Gray, Lady Katharine, letter of Bp. Mathew on apprehending, 322.

Greathead, Henry, his life-boat, &c. 96.

Greek or Armenian Bishops, wandering in this county 160.,
-, 1610, 1625, 145.

Greencroft, antient tenures and services, 321.
-, Descent of property, ib.

Greenwell of Kibblesworth, Ford, property in Broomyholme, 199;
-, Kibblesworth, 217;
-, part of tithes of Lanchester possessed by, 313.
-, Epitaphs, 316.
-, Pedigree, 318.
-, Property in Ford, 317;
-, Stobilee, 334 (see 344);
-, Blackburn, 337 note;
-, Cornsey, 341 note.
-, Will of Robert, &c. 342 note.
-, Notices of the family, 344 note.
-, Proprietors of Broomshields, 344;
-, Hole House, 348.

Greenwell, Wm Thomas, Esq. Roman coins and altars in his possession, 305–307.

Grenewell, property in Satley, 345.

Grey family, property in Cleadon, 56.

—of Southwick, account of;
-, diary and letters of George Grey, counsellor, 14–18.
-, Epitaph on Rev. G. Grey, 15.
-, Dr. Zachary Grey, 18, 19.
-, Pedigree, 19.
-, Lease of Harraton collieries held by George Grey, 178, 180.

Grome, of Bursblades, property in Pokerley, 195;
-, Bursblades, 349, 350.
-, Descent, 359.

Gylett, John, of Eggesclyff, grant of land in Edmundbyers to the Church of Durham, 363.

Hagthorpe family, property in Nettlesworth, 204.
-, Pedigree, ib.
-, Will of Philip Hagthorp, ib.

Hall family, of Birtley and Consett, property in Birtley, 190;
-, Consett, 295.
-, Memoir of John Hall of Gray's Inn, 295, 296.
-, Pedigree, 297.

Hall family of Greeneroft, resident at Stanley, 229.
-, Property in Greencroft, 321.
-, Pedigree, 323.
-, Branches of the family, ib. note.

Hall family, of Hollenbush, pedigree, &c. 215.

Hall, John, of Skelton Castle, property in Byerside, 291.
-, Pedigree, ib.

Hall, families of that name, property in Saltwellside, 131;
-, Pelton, 191;
-, Beamish, 224;
-, Flass, 337.

Halliman of Lumley, pedigree, 397.

Hamilton, Sir Wm. 1681, epitaph, 99.

Hamsteels. See Burnhop.

Hamsterley, account of property in, 290.

Hancock family, property in High Friarside, 233.
-, Will of Humphry, 1579, ib.

Harbart family, property in Holemyers, and Brodemyers, 205.
-, Pedigree, ib.

Harbotle, property in Kibblesworth, 217;
-, Tanfield, 219;
-, Beamish, 223.
-, Various cadets of the family, ib.
-, Descent of, 225.
-, Property in Cawsey, 228;
-, Beckley, 235. See Herbotyll.

Harbotle, or Harbert family, owners of Findon hill, 376.

Harding family, proprietors of Hollinside, 250.
-, Bruce's charter adjudging coat of arms to Henry Hardyng for which he had fought with Seyntlow, 250, 251.
-, Pedigree, 252.

Harepin, William, chaplain of Hilton, oath of fidelity to the Prior of Durham, 380.

Harperley, or Harpley House, 348.

Harraton, 175–185.
-, Descent of property, 178.
-, History of the Hedworth family, 178–182.
-, Fatfield and Chatersheugh, 182.
-, Antient Chapel or Chantry, 182.
-, Pedigrees, of Jackson, 183;
-, Hedworth, 184, 185.

Harrison family, of Byermoor, property in High Friarside, &c. 233, 235;
-, Byermoor, 256.
-, Pedigree, 257.

—property in Birtley, 190.

—Christopher, of Whitburn, 51, 53.

Harton, or Heortedun, 103.

Haslerigg, Sir Arthur, Vindication of, 21.
-, Charges against by John Hedworth, &c. respecting Harraton, 178–182;
-, and vindication, 179.

Hastyngs, property in Medomsley, 284, 285;
-, Hamsterley, 290.

Hatfield's Survey, received additions after its first compilation, 237, 342.

Hauxley family, property in Crawcrook, 267.

Hawdon family, property in Ford, 317.

Hearnc, Thomas, the antiquary, 354.

Heath, property in Edmondsley, 198;
-, Crawcrook, 267;
-, Iveston, 352;
-, Knewkden, 366.

Hebburn, 74–79.
-, Early transfers and descent of property, 74.
-, The old mansion-house, an object of suspicion to the Burgesses of Newcastle, 75, 76 note.
-, Particulars respecting Sir Robert Hodgson, 75, 76,
-, and Capt. Thomas Hodgson, 76.

Hedley, 217. See Cornsey.

Hedley family, property in Lintz, 232;
-, of the Spen, 276.

Hedleyhore, property in, 342.

Hedworth, 80, 81.
-, Account of property, ib.
-, Pedigree of Pattison, 81.

Hedworth family, of Harraton, property in Southwick, 13;
-, Washing ton, 41;
-, Whitburn, 53;
-, Cleadon, 53, 54;
-, Boldon, 59;
-, Newton-Garths, 64;
-, Hedworth, 80;
-, Saltwellside, 131;
-, Picktree, 186;
-, Ricleden, 188;
-, Pelton, 191;
-, Urpeth, 192;
-, Harraton, 178.
-, John Hedworth's narrative of his exclusion from his collieries in “The oppressed Man's Outcry,” &c. 178–182.
-, Estate of the family, 182.
-, Pedigree, 184, 185.
-, Will and inventory of Lady Katharine Hedworth, 185.
-, Epitaphs, 142.
-, Marmaduke prosecuted for running away with Lady Dacre, 146, 178, 185 (but a younger Marmaduke than the person there alluded to, 386);
-, sentence pronounced against him, 385.

Hedworth of Chester Deanry, 149.
-, Tithe impropriators of Chester, 150.
-, Property in Ricleden, 188;
-, Ouston, 192.
-, Will, &c. of John Hedworth, called Justice John, 149.
-, Pedigree, 151.

Hedworth of Ryton Woodside, 260.
-, Pedigree, 261.

Hedworth of Pokerley, 196.
-, Pedigree, 197.
-, Property in Edmondsley, 198;
-, Broomyholme, 199;
-, Bursblades, 349.

Hegge, Robert, 296 note.
-, Heighington property in Stobilee, 334.

Heiu, or Hegu, a Northumbrian nun, 2.

Heleyfield, 346, 347.
-, Pudsey's grant

to Alan de Chilton, 34 6.
-, Descent of property, 347.
-, Antient Chapel, ib.

Heppedun, Bertram de, grant to the Prior and Convent of Durham, 206.

Herbotyll, Robert, land in Bursblades granted to, 350.

Hermitage at Eighton, 216.

Heron, Lady, epitaph, 99.

Heronry at Ravensworth, 208.

Hessewell family, property in Satley, 345.

Heworth, 82–85.
-, Account of property, ib.
-, Charters, 83.
-, Chantry lands, ib.
-, The Chapel, ib.
-, Northumbrian Stycas discovered, ib.
-, Antient bell, ib. 125.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, 84.
-, Parish School-house, ib.
-, Manufactories at Heworth Shore, 85.

Heworth, Agnes de, grant to the cell of Jarrow, 83.

—Roger de, confirmation of a tenement to William Syre, 116.

Heworth Band, a dyke intersecting the field of coal, 89.

Hickes, John, rector of Whitburn, family of, 54.

Hilda, St. and her Church on the North of the Wear, 2, 98.

Hildyard family, owners of Simperley, 371;
-, Fulford, 372;
-, Findon-hill, 376.

Hilton, 20–39.
-, The Castle, 20, 21.
-, Coats of Arms on the Castle and Chapel, 20.
-, Lease of the tithe of a fishery at Hilton, 25.
-, State of Hilton, 1447, 31;
-, 1750–1, 23
-, Geo. II. 380.

Hilton Chapel, 37–39.
-, Agreement that Romanus de Heltun should have his own officiating chaplain, 379.
-, Grant of the tithes of the House of Hilton to the Chaplain, ib.
-, The Prior's grant to the Baron of the right of sepulture in his Chapel;
-, and his grant to the Prior for carrying away tithes, 380.
-, Oath of fidelity to the Prior taken by the Chaplain, ib.
-, The Baron's grant to the Chaplain (William de Hilton) of Bovisferry, &c. ib.
-, Conquestus of the Master of Wearmouth against the Baron and his Chaplain, 1297–1321, 38 note;
-, and against the outrage of the Baron and his brothers, 144., 38.
-, Letter of the Baron to the Prior of Durham about a debt of the Master of Wearmouth, 38.
-, Chaplains, 39.

Hilton, the Baronial family of, 21–23.
-, Antient monument to one of the family, 10.
-, Alexander de Helton's grant for support of a chantry at Wearmouth, &c. 1172, 25, 30, 36.
-, Will of Sir T. Hilton, 1561, 32.
-, Outrageous conduct of William Hilton of Biddick to Dr. Bulleyn, 33, 383.
-, Inventory of Sir William Hilton's furniture, 1600, 34.
-, Henry Hilton, esq. and his improvident generosity, 21 (see also 12), 380.
-, Case of the now Baron Hilton arising upon the will of Henry, 384.
-, Letters of the last Baron Hilton, 23.
-, Estate of the family, 23.
-, Property, in Great Usworth, 44;
-, Little Usworth, 46;
-, North Biddick, 48;
-, Barmston, 49;
-, Follonsby, 82;
-, Westoe, &c. 102, 103.
-, Pedigrees, of Hilton of Hilton, 26;
-, of Sywnc, 28;
-, of South Shields, Sussex, &c. 29, 35, 384.
-, Evidences of the pedigree, wills, inquisitions, &c. 30–35.
-, Other families of the name, 32, 33, 35;
-, and wills, 35.
-, Arms of Hilton, 36.
-, Their title of Baron, ib.
-, The Cauld Lad of Hilton, 24.
-, Inquisition respecting a homicide by one of the family, ib.
-, Poem founded on a wild legend of the origin of the family, 36, 37.

Hinton epitaphs at Whitburn, 51.

Hodgson family, epitaphs, 71.
-, Property in Hebburn, 74, 75.
-, Suspicions entertained of Sir Robert Hodgson, a popish recusant, 75.
-, Pedigree, 77.
-, Property in Lintz, 232;
-, Winlaton, 272.

—of Manor-house, pedigree, 319.
-, Impropriators of Lanchester, 311.
-, Property in Ford, &c. 307, 317;
-, Manor-house, 319.
-, William, John, and Lancelot Hodgson, popish recusants, 322.

—epitaphs at Whickham, 241.

—Captain Thomas, and his singular petition to the King, 76.

—Rev. John, his exertions on the explosion at Felling Colliery, 88, 89.
-, Abstract of his account of the Roman Station at Lanchester, 303, 304.

Hogeson, or Hodshon, property in Byermoor, 256;
-, Collierley, 359.

Hole House, proprietors of, 347, 348.

Holemyers and Brodemyers, account of property, 205.
-, Pedigree of Harbart, ib.

Hollenbush, 215.
-, Pedigree of Hall, ib.

Hollinside, 250–252.
-, Account of property, &c. 250, 251.
-, Thomas de Holynside's grant of the manor and Clock-mill, 251.
-, The Riding, ib.
-, Charters of Robert and Thomas de Langeton, ib.
-, Gellesfield, ib.;
-, pedigree of Harding, 250 note, 252.

Holmeside, Richard de, grant of land in Ivcston, 352.

Holmside, 324–330.
-, The old Hall and Chapel, 324.
-, Early Charters, ib.
-, Descent of property, ib.—326.
-, Pedigree of younger branch of Umfrevilles, 325.
-, Sir T. Tempest's foundation charter of a chantry, ib.
-, Pedigree of Tempest, 327–329.
-, Inquisttio de multura ville de Holmeset, 329.

Holy-water, decree respecting, on a dispute between the College of Lanchester and the water-bearer of Eshe, 310.

Homage to the Dean and Chapter, 87.

Homicide by one of the Hiltons, inquisition respecting, 24.

Honeywood family, property in Kimblesworth, 376.

Honors granted after 1641 exempted by Parliament, 268.

Hopper family, property in Priestfield, .235;
-, Hole House, 347.
-, Epitaphs, 371.

Horsley family, descent of and property in Crawcrook, 266;
-, Bradley, 268.

Hoton, property in Edmondsley, 198;
-, Broomyholme, 199;
-, Plausworth, 202.

Howden, John de, property in Rowley, 362.

Howens, or Howmes, in Medomsley, 296.

Huætbert, Abbot of Wearmouth, and Jarrow, 5.
-, Inscription attributed to, 68.

Hukergate, 277.

Hull family, property in Medomsley, 285;
-, Ousterley, 331;
-, Crook, 353.
-, Pedigree, 331.

Hulton family, of Lancashire, 32.

Humble family, property in Ryton, 260.
-, Epitaph 264.

Hundermayster, J. carta de Radulfo cum tota sequela dat. Deo et S. Cuthberto, 186.

Hunstanworth, Parish of, 365–367.
-, Account of property, 365.
-, Church, Curates, and Register, 366.
-, Pedigree of Egleston, 367.

Hunter family, property in Medomsley, 285.
-, Notices of the family, ib note.
-, Epitaphs, 286.
-, Pedigree, 289.
-, Tithes of Lanchester possessed by, 312, 313.

Hunter, Christopher, M. B. memoir of, 287, 288.

Huntley, William, of Crawcroke, grant to, 350.

Hurtbuck, or Hurtibuk, antient tenures in, 320.

Hutchinson, Barnaby, estate in Plausworth, 202.

Jackman, Henry, property in Kibblesworth, 217;
-, Tanfield, 219, 220;
-, Beamish, 223, 224';
-, Cawsey and Kiphills, 227, 228;
-, Holmside, 326.

Jackson, Col. John, 179.
-, Harraton and collieries leased to, 179, 182.
-, Assault on, 179 note.
-, Pedigree 183.
-, Property in Chatersheugh, 182.

—, Robert, of Farnton, property in Danyellees, 334.

James, King, scolded Bishop James to death, 41.
-, His Hospital in Gateshead, 130.
-, Anecdote of, 159.

—Bishop, purchased the manor, &c. of Washington for his son Francis, 41.
-, Anecdotes of the Bishop, ib. 159.
-, Marriage and family of Francis, and letter of his to Bp. Neile, 41.
-, Escutcheons of the family at Washington Church, the work of Mrs. Dorothy James, 43.

—William, rector of Ryton, &c.388.

Jarrow, Monastery of St. Paul of, foundation, 3.
-, Abbots, 4, 5. restored from its ruined state by Aldwin and his associates, 6. reduced to a Cell subordinate to Durham, ib.
-, Its history resumed, 69, 70.
-, Masters of Jarrow, 70.
-, Grant of Agnes de Heworth, 83.
-, Site and ruins of the Monastery, 66, 67. See the next article.

Jarrow, Parish of, 66–93.
-, Monastic antiquities, 66, 67.
-, The Church, 67.
-, Inscription recording its foundation, 67, 385.
-, Another antient inscription;
-, bell, and Bede's chair, 68.
-, Roman inscriptions, &c. 68, 69.
-, Curates, 70.
-, Return 32
-, H. VIII. relative to tithe of grain, 73 note.
-, Register, 70.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, 71.
-, Charitable Benefactions, 72.
-, The manor, 72, 73.
-, Jarrow Slake, 73.
-, Staiths, ib.
-, Colliery, ib.
-, Public and private armour 1619, 101.

Jenkin, Dr. Robert, Master of St. John's, Cambridge, 355.

Jennison, Mr. death of, 214.

Interdict on the Chapels of Tanfield and Lamesley removed, 386.

Joblin, John, and issue, 300 note.

John, Abbot of St. Martin of Tours, services of, in Britain, 3.

Johnson family of Twizel, property in Broomyholme, 199;
-, Twizel, 199, 200.
-, State of the family 1661, 199 note.
-, Pedigree, 200.

—of Kibblesworth, pedigree, 218.

—family, property in Ebchester, 300.

Jolliffe, Hylton, property in Chester, 149.

Joplin family, property in Rowley, 362.

Iron Ore worked by the Romans at Whitehill, 152.

Iron Works established at Winlaton and Swalwell, 272, 273.

Iveston, antient services, and descent of property, 351, 352.

Kellawe family, lands in Plausworth, 201.

Kellawe, William de, property in Wodeshende granted to, 165, 169.
-, Grant of common of pasture by W. fil. W. de Kellow, 169.
-, The Riding in Lanchester, &c. granted to, W. de Kellawe, 333.

Kelsey, Thomas, epitaph, 71.

Kendal family, estate at Witton, 371.

Kennet family, property in Tanfield, 219.

—Bishop of Peterborough, 355.

Kepier Hospital, convention between the Master and the Rector of Boldon, about tithe of Boldon, 63.
-, Decree respecting tithe of Ryton, 265.
-, Property in Crawcrook, 267;
-, Iveston, 352;
-, Hunstanworth, 365.

Kepyer, Little, account of property, 267.

Kibblesworth, account of property in, 216, 217.
-, Pedigrees of Scurfield and Johnson, 218.

Kibblesworth family, property in Ravensworth, 209, 210;
-, Kibblesworth, 216.

Kilkenny, William de, grant to by the Prior of Durham for support of a chantry in Stanley, 229.
-, Descent of, ib.

Kimblesworth, 375, 376.
-, Agreement with Parish of Witton on the Church falling to decay, 375.
-, Rectors, ib.
-, Account of property, ib. 376.

Kiphills. See Cawsey.

Kirkby family, property in Crook, 353.

Kirkhaugh rectory, 23.

Knevett, property in Great Lumley, 166;
-, Witton, 369.

Knewkden, account of property in, 366.

Knycheley, property in Iveston, 352.
-, Grant of Bp. Kellow to William de Knycheley, 387.

Knycheley, account of property, 296.

Kyo. account of property in, 348.
-, Charter of Simon de Ferlyngton, ib.
-, antient tenures, &c. ib.
-, Pedigree of Wilkinson, 349.

Kyrkeby, John de, frec tenant in Cleadon, 54 bis.

Labourers, custom of employing pipers to amuse them, 122, 124.

Laing, property in Beamish, 224.

Lambe family, property in Ryton, 260, 387.

Lameton, 170–177.
-, The estate;
-, the park, house, paintings, &c. 170.
-, Antient Chapel called Brigford, ib. 177.
-, Story of the Lambton Worm, 171, 172.
-, Pedigree of Lambton, 174, 175.

Lambton, William Henry, Esq. M. P. memoir of, 173.

Lambton family, of Lambton, pedigree, 174, 175.
-, Etymology of the name, 176.
-, Notices of the family;
-, inventory of Ralph 1593;
-, the loyal Sir William Lambton, &c. 176.
-, Family evidences;
-, inquisitions and wills, 177, 385;
-, Presentation to the Chapel of Brigford 1314, 177;
-, Manumissio Nativi 1373, ib.
-, Tithe impropriators of Chester, 150, 151.
-, Property in Great Lumley, 167;
-, Harraton, 182;
-, Picktree, 186;
-, The Flatts near Pelton, 191;
-, Broomyholme, 199;
-, Ryton, 261;
-, Langley, 333;
-, Satley, 345;
-, Kimblesworth, 376;
-, Findon-hill, ib.
-, Epitaph, 142.

Lambton of Newham, pedigree, 397.

Lambton of Tribley, pedigree, 201.
-, Property in Urpeth, 192;
-, Tribley, &c. 200, 201.
-, Ralph Lambton's estate sequestered, 176, 386.

Lamesley, Chapelry of, 207–218.
-, Property, 207.
-, The Chapel;
-, Tithes;
-, Curates;
-, Register, 207.
-, Charitable Donations, 217.
-, Interdict on the Chapel removed by Bp. Kellow, 386.

Lamesley Bridge, indulgence for repair, &c. of, 236.

Lanchester, Parish of, 303–360.
-, Detailed account of the Roman Station, its baths and aqueducts, 303, 304.
-, Watling-street and Wrekendyke, 304, 305.
-, Tumulus, 306.
-, Epiacum conjectured to be the name of the Station, ib.
-, Various altars and inscriptions, &c. 305–307.
-, Historical deduction, 307.—
-,-, Antient tenures and services, 307, 308.
-, Foresters of Lanchester, 308 note.
-, Division of common lands, 30s. Rectory, Collegiate Church, and Perpetual Curacy, 309, 310.
-, Decree respecting holy water, 310.
-, Deans of the Collegiate Church, 311.
-, Impropriation, ib.
-, White House, ib.
-, Ladielands, 312.
-, Tithes, 312, 313.
-, The Church, 313, 314.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, 314–316.
-, Curates 316.
-, Endowment, ib.
-, Charitable Donations, 360.
-, Parochial School, ib.

Langeton, Robert and Thomas de, giants of land in Riding, in Whickham, 251.
-, Property in Marley granted to Thomas, 256.

Langley, account of property in, 332, 333.
-, The hall, &c. 333.

Laton family, property in Great Lumley, 165;
-, Alansheeles, 367;
-, Witton, 369.

Laundelis, Thomas, grant of, 165.

Law, an estate in Medomsley, 293.

Law Hill, near South Shields, Roman fort at, 68.

Lawes family, property in Kibblesworth, 217.

Lawson of Usworth, pedigree, 47.
-, Will of George Lawson 1587, ib.
-, Property in Washington, 41, 42;
-, Little Usworth, 46;
-, Boldon, 59;
-, Broomyholme, 199;
-, The Hagg near Twizel, 201;
-, Kibblesworth, 216.

Lawson of Nesham, part of tithes of Lanchester possessed by, 313.

Lawson of South Shields, property in Medomsley, 285.
-, Mrs. Lawson's house at St. Anthonie's, 75, 76.

Lead Ore, smelting-mills for fusing, 363.

Leam, in composition, denotes the vicinity of a Roman road, 82.

Lee family, of Monk-Wearmouth, pedigree, 7.
-, Epitaph on Mary Lee, 11.

—Robert, of Shotley-bridge, part of tithes of Lanchester possessed by, 312.

Lepers, Hospital for at Witton, founded by Gilbert de la Ley, 368.
-, His grant for support of five lepers, 369;
-, confirmations of the same, ib. 370.
-, Names of the brethren and sisters, with their allowances, 370.

Lesley, John, epistle purporting to be written to Sir Thomas Ridel, 127.

Ley, Philip de la, grant of lands in Stanley to Robert de Monasteriis, 229.
-, Of Gilbert de la Ley, of Land in Cruketon to the Church of Durham, 352;
-, confirmed by his son Philip, 353.
-, Lords of Witton Gilbert, 368.
-, Gilbert's grant to the Church for support of five lepers in his Hospital, 369.
-, Philip's grant of land in Witton and Cruketon to Robert de Monasteriis, 370.
-, Descent of the Leys, their seals, &c. ib.
-, Gilbert's grant of Fulford to Ralph de Multon, 372.

Leyburne family, proprietors of Hole House, 345.

Liber cum tota sequela sua dat. Deo et S. Cuthberto et Sacristanie Dunelm', 186.

Lictelred, Walter, charter of, 232.

Liddell family, proprietors of Ravensworth, &c. 209.
-, Sir Thomas the first Bart his loyalty, imprisonment, and sequestration, ib. 214.
-, Letter when Mayor of Newcastle, 76.
-, Pedigree, 212, 213.
-, Sir Francis, of Redheugh, 132.
-, Property in Darncrook, 133.
-, Share on division of Blackburn Fell, 214;
-, right to the soil and royalties, ib.
-, Property in Eighton, 215;
-, Kibblesworth, 217.

Liddell of Farnacres, pedigree, 245.
-, Property in Frereside, 235;
-, Farnacres, 244.

Liddell of Moor-house, Carlisle, property in Saltwellside, 131;
-, Field House, 133.

Life-boat, history of its construction, 96.

Lilburne family, property at Barmston, 49.

Lilburnes, artful conduct of George, respecting the manor of Ford, 21.
-, Held a lease of Harraton collieries, 178, 180.
-, Capt. George, 388, 389.

Lindisfarne, See of, removed to Chester, 136, 143.

Linton Worm, 172.

Lintz, account of property in, 231–233.
-, Cowles or Coves House, 232;
-, Loft House, 233.
-, See Lynce.

L'Isle, Henry de, property in Langley, 332.

—John de, 342.

Lisle, Talbot, of Barmston, 49.

Lizard, sheepwalk so called near Whitburn, 50.

Lloyd, Dr. Robert Lumley, his petition for a writ of summons as Baron Lumley 164 (see also 158, 163).

—Rev. John, epitaph, 264.

Loces, Ricardus de, grant of land in Medomsley to Church of Durham, 285.

Lomellini, Dominico, his discretion at a game of primero with Henry VIII. 161.

London, City of, Baron Hilton's bequests to, in trust, 21, 22.

Lumley, 153–164.
-, The Castle, 153, 154.
-, Licence to celebrate divine service in the Chapel within the Castle, 1432, 397.
-, Collection of Portraits, &c. 154, 155.
-, Inventory of furniture, pictures, &c. in Lumley Castle, 1609, 161.

Lumley, Great, 165–168.
-, Descent of property, 165–167.
-, Duck's Hospital, 167.
-, Pedigrees of Bristow, ib.;
-, Lumley, 168.
-, Tithes, 150.

Lumley family, of Lumley, series of monuments at Chester-le-Street, 139–142.
-, Licence to Lord Lumley for removing the remains of his ancestors to Chester, 397.
-, Portraits, &c. at Lumley, 154, 155.
-, Account of the family, 156–160.
-, Pedigree of Lumley Earl of Scarborough, 162, 163.
-, Possessions of the family, 160.
-, Property in Simonside, 104;
-, Wodeshende, 169;
-, Picktree, 186;
-, Ricleden, 188;
-, Walridge, 196;
-, Twizel, 199;
-, Eighton, 215;
-, Stanley, 229;
-, High Friarside, 233;
-, Fuger-house, 245;
-, Swalwell, ib.;
-, Bradley, 290;
-, Crook, 353.—
-,-, Various branches of the family, 161.

—family, of Great Lumley, early grants by, and others which mention the family, 165, 168, 169.
-, Pedigree, 168.

—of Ravensworth, pedigree, 211.
-, Property there, 208, 209, 210.

—of Axwell, property, 247, 250.

Lynce family, property in Lintz, 232.
-, Grants of Will. de Linz and Galfrid fil. W. de Lynce, of land in Lintz to the Church of Durham, 231, 232.

Lyons family, property in Bradley, 268;
-, Chopwell, 277.

Maddison family, of Saltwellside, &c. pedigree, 135.
-, Property at Boldon, 64;
-, Saltwellside, 131;
-, Pelawe, 188;
-, Birtley, 190;
-, Whickham, 239.

—proprietors of Hole House, 347, 348.
-, death of George Maddison, 348.
-, John, ib.
-, Their epitaph, 315.

Mallory family, property in Washington, 40.

Manchester, Duke of, ambassador at Paris, 348.

Manor-house, in Lanchester, account of property, 319.
-, Pedigree of Hodgson, ib.

Manufactories at Heworth Shore, 85.

Manumissio Nativi 1373, 177.

Mariscis, Bartholomew de, manor of Mayland granted to, 345.

Marley-hill estate, 256, 387.

Marley family, property in Ricleden and Picktree, 182, 186, 188;
-, Pelawe, 187;
-, Pelton, 191;
-, Broomyholme, 199;
-, Kibblesworth, 217;
-, Hedley, ib.;
-, Gibside and Marley-hill, 253;
-, Satley, 345;
-, tithes of Darwencote, 293;
-, part of tithes of Lanchester, 312.
-, Property in Kyo, 348.
-, Contract on marriage of Elizabeth Marley to Roger Blakiston 1534, 253.
-, Grant of William de Merley to Thomas de Langeton, 256.
-, Pedigree of Marley of Gibside and Marley-hill 256.

Marriage, grant by the Prior to Margaret de Suthwyk of the marriage of her daughter, 13.
-, Licence for the marriage of R. Fawcett, rector of Boldon, 1597, 63.
-, Contract of Elizabeth Marley to Roger Blakiston 1534, 253.

Marston Rock, 56.

Masham family, descent of, 256.
-, Grant of Marley, by Robert de Masham to Will. Tarte, ib.

—William de, grant of lands in Crawcrook and Spen to his brother Robert, &c. 387.

Mathew, Tobie, Bishop, letter on apprehending Lady Gray, &c. 322.

—Michael, of Cleadon, monument, 51.

Mayland, manor of, 345, 346.

Meabourne family, property in Pontop, 350;
-, Witton Gilbert, 369.
-, Pedigree, 351.

Medomsley, Chapelry of, 284–297.
-, Account of property, 284, 285, 387.
-, Early grants to the Church of Durham, 285, 286.
-, The Church, 286.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, ib. 287.
-, Curates, 287.
-, Memoir of Christopher Hunter, 287, 288.
-, Pedigree of Hunter, 289.
-, Charitable Donations, 296.

Menevyll, Agnes de, of Horden, 274.

Mennes, Sir John, property in Winlaton, 272.

Merley. See Marley.

Mickleton, his character of Bishops James and Neile, 41.

Middleton of Offerton, property at Whitburn, 56.

—of Silksworth, property in Consett, 294.

Midelton, John, his claim of Heleyfield rejected, 347.

Milbanke, property at Boldon, 63;
-, Chester, 149;
-, Picktrce, 186;
-, Pelawe, 188.

Milkwell-Burn, property in, 283.

Millington, Crawley, of Winlaton, 273.

Millott family, of Whitehill, property in Washington, 41, 42;
-, Newton Garths, 64;
-, Whitehill, 152.
-, John Millot, ib. note.
-, Pedigree, 153.
-, Property in Pelton, 190;
-, Satley, 345;
-, Mayland, 346.

Milton family, grants by of land in Westoe, 103.

Miracles, spectacles or sights so called, forbid in the statutes of Lanchester College, 309.

Monasteries (or Musters) family, proprietors of Stanley, 228, 229;
-, Kyo, 348;
-, Stanley, Crook, and Witton, 368, 369.
-, Land in Witton and Cruketon granted to Robert, 370.

Monboucher family, property in Pokerley, 196;
-, Tahfield, 219, 220;
-, Beamish, 223.
-, Descent of, 225.

Moneyer of the Bishop's Mint, pension for his services, 270.

Monkton, 80.

Monk-Wearmouth, Parish of, 1–39.
-, The Shore, 1.
-, Piers, and Lighthouse, 1, 2.—
-,-, History of the Monastery and Cell, including the origin of the present manorial property, 2–7.
-, Remains of the Cell, 9.
-, Grant of Alexander de Helton for support of a chantry, 25.
-, Lease by the Master of the tithe of a fishery at Hilton, 25.
-, Conquestus of the Master against Baron Hilton and his Chaplain 1297–1321, 38 note;
-, another against the outrages of Robert Baron Hilton and his brothers 144., 38.
-, Letter of Baron Hilton to the Prior of Durham about a debt of the Master, ib.
-, Status Domûs 1337, 377.
-, Status 1439, 378.
-, Compotus for one year (1400–1401), ib.
-, Nomina Monachorum 1394, 379.—
-,-, The Hall, 9.
-, The Church, 10.
-, Monuments, ib. 11.
-, Curates, 11, 12.
-, Charitable Donations, &c. 12.

More de Coken, Walter del, grant to, 165.

More, Dr. Henry, his commentary on the narrative of an apparition by John Webster, &c. 147–149.

Morwick, Hugh de, Preston granted to by the Prior of Durham, 103.
-, His grant of the same to his wife, for her dowry, ib.

Moses' head, used for a crest, 20.

Muggleswick, Parish of, 361, 362.
-, Property in, 361.
-, The Church, ib.
-, Curates, 362.
-, Glebes, &c. ib.
-, “A most lamentable Information of the Grievances of Mugleswick,” in being destitute of a preaching minister, 388.
-, Evidences relating to the Anabaptist and Presbyterian Plot hatched at Muggleswick, with observations, 389–391.
-, Letter of Sir W. Blackett respecting chopwood in Muggleswick Park, 391.

Multon, Ralph de, Fulford granted to, 372.

Murder at Lumley discovered by an apparition, 146–149.

Musgrave muzzled, 21, 76, 179, 386.

Musgrave family, property in Washington, 41, 42;
-, Great Lumley, 166;
-, Ebchester, 300;
-, Witton, 369.
-, Epitaph on Anne, daughter of Sir Richard, 142.

Neile, Bishop, 41.
-, His report relating to Sir Robert Hodgson, &c. popish recusants, 75.
-, Conduct towards Capt. Thomas Hodgson, 76.

—[Sir] Richard, letter relative to the acquital of one Joplin, 391.

Nettlesworth, descent of property, 204.
-, Pedigree of Hagthorpe, ib.

Nevil family (Earls of Westmoreland), property in Newton Garths, 64;
-, Birtley, 189;
-, Pelton, 190;
-, Winlaton, 272;
-, Thornley, 274;
-, The Spen, 276;
-, Cornsey, 340;
-, Hedleyhope, 342;
-, Alansheeles, 367.
-, Manor of Helee granted by John Nevill, lord of Raby, to the Church of Durham, 347.

Nevill, Bishop, appropriated the Hospital at Gateshead to the Nuns of St. Bartholomew at Newcastle, 126.

Newbiggin, antient tenures in, 320.

Newcastle, Corporation of, contest with the Dean and Chapter of Durham relative to Jarrow Slake, 73;
-, with the Prior of Tynem respecting Shields and the Tyne, 94;
-, with Gateshead, respecting the navigation of the Tyne, &c. 109–112.
-, History of Tyne-bridge, 113, 114.
-, Lease of Gateshead and Whickham, 239.—
-,-, Newcastle stormed 1644, 209.

—Nunnery of St. Bartholomew, or the White Ladies, St. Edmund's Hospital at Gateshead appropriated to, 126.
-, Surrender of, ib.
-, Stellinglei granted to by Bishop W. de S. Barbara, 270.

Newhous, Christiana de, grant of land in Beckley to her sister, 235.

Newminster Abbey, Chopwell given to by Bishop Hugh in exchange for Wolsingham, 276.

Newton-Garths, account of property in, 64.

Newton, Alexander de, of Pokerley, contracts for marriage of his daughter Margaret, 196, 197.
-, Property in Bursblades, 349, 350.

—property in Bradley, 290.
-, Wills of John and Elizabeth, ib. note.

Northorn, near Shieldrow, 230.

Odin's Raven, poem founded on a wild legend respecting, 36, 37.

Ogle family, property in Lintz, 232;
-, Swalwell, 245;
-, Axwell, 247.

Ora, Saxon, late instance of its occurrence in charters, 198.

Ord family, property in Roughside, 364;
-, Hunstanworth, 366.

Ormsby, property in Lanchester, 312;
-, part of tithes of Lanchester, 313.
-, Epitaph, 316.

Ousterley, property in, 331.
-, Pedigree of Hull, ib.

Ouston, property in, 192.

Outhe, Roger del, property in Hollinside, 250.

Oxford, second Earl of, his kindness to Thomas Baker, 356.
-, Part of Baker's MSS. bequeathed to, ib.

Paget, William Lord, proprietor of Hunstanworth, 365.
-, His advancement, ib. note.
-, His sons, ib.

Pallicer family, property in Rowley, 362.

Park, restricted sense of the word in the North, 81.

Parke family, proprietors of Coldpikehill, 320.

Parliamentary Officers vest their earnings in the purchase of Crown lands, 14.
-, Conduct of the Parliament respecting delinquent coal-owners, &c. 209.
-, Act to make void titles of honour, &c. 268.

Pattison of Hedworth, pedigree, 81.

Peareth family, property in Great Usworth, 44;
-, Chatersheugh, 183;
-, Brodemyers, 205.
-, Pedigree, 45.
-, Character of W. J. Peareth, ib.

Pearson family, owners of The Hagg, near Twizel, 201.

Pedumsak, 364.
-, Vaccaria, ib.

Pelawe, descent of property, 187.
-, Charters respecting St. Stephen's Chapel and Hospital, &c. by John son of Robert de Pelowe and Bishop Nevill, 187.
-, Masters, 188.

Pelton, descent of property, 190, 191.
-, The Flatts, 191.

Pemberton, of Barnes, property at Cleadon, 55.

—Robert, proprietor of the tithes of Eshe prebend, 336.

Perambulating boundaries, figs given to children, and sometimes a whipping, 123, 124.

Percy family (Earls of Northumberland), property in Beamish and Tanfield forfeited, 223.
-, Descent of, 225.
-, Property in Langley, 332.

—fourth Earl of Northumberland, cenotaph, 274.

—Sir Henry, letter interceding with the Earl of Sussex for the life of James Shafto, 386.

Petrus parsona de Segefeld, grant of Ruelie cum capella to the Church of Durham, 342.

Pews, separate, confined formerly to persons of rank, or the sick, or brides, 145.

Pickering, Theoph. D. D. school founded by, 134.

Picktree, 186.
-, Account of property, ib.
-, Carta de Radulfo cum tota sequela dat. Deo et S. Cuthberto, 186.

Piers and Light-house at Monk-Wearmouth, 1, 2.

Pilkington, Leonard, brother of the Bishop, 52, 53.

Pipers employed to amuse labourers on bounty-days, 122, 124.

Pitt, W. M. property in Tanfield, 220.

Plague, tradition respecting at Simonside, 103.
-, Deaths at Gateshead by plague 1636, 1665, 122;
-, 1642, 1645, 123;
-, at Lamesley 1610, 207;
-, Whickham 1610, 1626, 1645, 1646, 242.

Plantations, ornamental, observations respecting, 346.

Plausworth, account of property, 201, 202.
-, Pedigree of Rowe, 203.

Pokerley, descent of property, 195, 196.
-, Family of the name, charters, &c. ib.

Pontop, account of property, 350.
-, Pedigree of Meaburne, 351.

Porter, William, property in Shieldrow, &c. 230;
-, Will, ib.
-, Pedigree, 231.
-, Property in Beckley, &c. 235.

Potatoe Oats introduced into the North, 12.

Powell, Thomas, of Newcastle, will, 134.

Prenthut, Agnes, grant to Finchale Priory, 165.

Presbyterians at Muggleswick, &c. 364.
-, See Muggleswick.

Preston, or Simonside, 103, 104.

Prestre, Alan, chantries founded by, 119, 120.

Priestfield, parcel of Friarside, 235.

Primatt, Joseph, his petition respecting Harraton Collieries, 180;
-, burnt, and himself fined, 181.

Prior and Convent of Durham, Charters, &c. of and relating to—grant to Margaret de Suthwyk, of the marriage of her daughter, 13.—
-, Agreement with Romanus de Heltun, respecting a Chaplain at Hilton, 379.
-, Grant to the Chaplain of the tithes of the house of Hilton, ib.
-, Grant to the Baron of the right of sepulture in his chapel;
-, and his grant for carrying away the tithes of Hilton, 380.
-, Oath of fidelity to the Prior taken by the Chaplain, ib.
-, Letter of Robert Baron Hilton to the Prior, about a debt of the Master of Wearmouth, 38.—
-,-, Grant of Patric le Sauner of his right in Heworth and Munketon, 83.
-, Exchange of lands with John de Denom, 103.
-, Grant of Preston to Hugh de Morwick, 103.
-, Grant of Pottershihera by Will. de Granavilla, 114.
-, Indenture, W. Gategang not to alienate lands without consent of the Prior, &c. 116.
-, Carta de Radulfo cum tota sequela dat. Deo et S. Cuthberto et Sacristanie Dunelm. 186.
-, Grant by Bertram de Heppedun of Chesterflatt, &c. 206.
-, Grant to William de Kilkenny, of land in Stanley for support of a chantry (religious houses excepted in the power to assign) 229.
-, Grants of William de Linz, Galfrid. fil. Will. and Walter Lictelred, of land, &c. in Lintz, 231, 232.
-, Charter confirming Bishop Hugh's grant of Chopwell to Newminster Abbey, 276.
-, Grant of Ricardus de Loces, of land in Medomsley, and confirmation of Will. fil. Will. Venatoris, 285, 286.
-, Lease of a toft, &c. at Knycheley by the Almoner to Peter del Hay, 296.
-, Grant of Petrus parsona de Segefelda, of Ruelie cum capella, 342.
-, Heleyfield granted to, and confirmed against the claim of John Midelton, 347;
-, other grants of land in, ib.
-, Grant of Simon de Ferlington, of Kyo, for support of three scholars, 348;
-, decree respecting grant, ib.
-, Grant of Simon de Bursblades, of land in Bursblades, 350.
-, Of Gilbert de la Ley, of land in Cruketon, 352.
-, Grants of John Gylett and John de Cotum of land, &c. in Edmundbyers, 363.
-, Church of Hunstanworth granted to, 365.
-, Letter of Earl of Salisbury to the Prior respecting keeper of Bearpark, 374.

Pudsey, Bishop, purchased the moiety of Langley, and gave it to Arco, 332.
-, Grant by Petrus parsona de Segefelda to the Church of Durham, &c. “pro salute anime Hug. Dun. Episc.” &c. 342;
-, others of Gilbert de la Ley, 352, 369.

Punshon property in Pelawe, 187;
-, Pelton, 190, 191.

Quareur, Emma fil. Joh. le, grant of land to Henry de Farnakris, 115.

Radcliffe family, property in Redheugh, 132.

Radclyffe, Cuthbert, property in Knewkden, 366.

Ravenshelm, Countess of, 209.

Ravenswich, Rob. fil. Ric. grant to Galfrid. nepoti suo, of his right in Lamesley, &c. 210.

Ravensworth, 208–213.
-, The Castle, 208.
-, Inventory of the goods of John Marmaduke, 381.
-, Descent of property, 208, 209.
-, Seam of coal, 209.
-, Descent of minor freeholds, 209, 210.
-, Boundaries of the manor, 211.
-, Pedigrees, of Lumley, Boynton, and Gascoigne, 211;
-, of Liddell, 212, 213.

Ravensworth family, lands held by in Gateshead, 108, 115.
-, Pedigree, 115.
-, Property in Saltwellside, 131,
-, Ravensworth, 115, 210;
-, Eighton, 215.

Rawe family, property in High Friarside, 233.
-, Descent, 234.

—William del, property in Cornsey, 340.

Read family, of the Spen, 276.

Rebellion 1715, proceedings of the Pretender at Edinburgh, and preparations against him, 18, 19.

Redheugh, 132.
-, Pedigree of Redheugh and White, ib.

Redheugh family, property in Lintz, 232;
-, Axwell, 247;
-, Hollenside, 250;
-, Bradley, 290;
-, Hamsterley, ib.;
-, Rowley, 362.

Religious houses excepted in the power to assign, in a grant by the Convent of Durham, 229.

Rhodes, property in Collierley, 359.

Richard II. portrait of, 154.

Richard of Cirencester, his Iters which concern the county of Durham, 298.

Richardson, Thomas, of Lynn, monument, 121.

Ricleden, descent of property, 188.

Ridell family, seat at Gateshead, 127.
-, Epistle to Sir Thomas, purporting to be written by John Lesley, ib.
-, Loyalty of Sir Thomas the younger, ib.
-, Pedigree, 128, 129.
-, Letter of Sir Peter Riddell to Sir Robert Cotton, 133.
-, Property in Lanchester, 312.

Riding, in Whickham, charters relating to, 251.

Riding, manor of, in Lanchester, granted to William de Kellawe, 333;
-, probably afterwards the property of the Surtees family, ib.

Rippon family, property in Consett, 294;
-, Satley, 345.

Robinson, Matthew, A. M. epitaph, 15.
-, MSS. IC.

Roman remains at Fulwell, &c. Ad Vedram, 12, 13.
-, Road at Whitburn, 56.
-, Inscriptions, &c. at Jarrow, 68, 69.
-, Altars, hypocaust, &c. on the Station on the Lawe-hill near Shields, 101.
-, Altar at Tynemouth Custle, ib.
-, Course of the Wrekendyke, and another road communicating with South Shields, 102, 136.
-, Ad Murum, 125.
-, Station probably at Chester, coins, &c. 136.
-, Iron orc worked at Whitehill by the Romans, 152.
-, Roman entrenchment on Stanley-hill, &c. 230;
-, and road terminating at Stanley, ib.
-, Station, probably Vindomora, at Ebchester;
-, vestiges;
-, altars, sepulchral and other monuments, 298–300.
-, Iters of Richard of Cirencester and Antonine which concern the county of Durham, 298 note;
-, remarks by Leman, Warburton, Gale, &c. ib.—
-,-, Detailed account of the Station at Lanchester, its baths and aqueducts, 303, 304;
-, Watling-street and Wrekendyke, 304, 305;
-, foundations of a circular building, 304;
-, Tumulus at Maiden Law, 305;
-, Epiacum conjectured to be the name of the Station, 305;
-, Coins found at Lanchester, ib.;
-, two Inscriptions of Gordian restoring the arsenal, and founding the baths and basilica, 305;
-, various altars and inscriptions Cone both in Greek and Latin) described, 306, 307;
-, gold plate and military pillar, 306;
-, historical deductions respecting Lanchester, 307.

Roman Catholic College at Crook-hall, afterwards at Ash, 336.

Roughside. See Rowley.

Rowe family, estate in Plausworth, 202.
-, Pedigree, 203, 386.

Rowley Gelet cum capella granted by Peter parsona de Segefelda to the Church of Durham, 342.
-, Square entrenchment on the hill, ib.

Rowley and Roughside, property in, 362, 364.
-, Roxby, J. epitaph, 11.
-, Royal Charters.—
-,-, Henry I. confirmation of Flambard's grant of Hecton, &c. 210.
-, John's confirmation of Bp. Pudsey's grant of Cornsho and Hethley to Walter de Cadomo, 340.

Rubens, fine painting of his wife in a fruit-shop, 254.

Rudde, Dean, epitaph, 314.

Rughede, John, grant of land in Bursblades to Robert Herbotyll, 350.

Rugheved family, property in Greencroft, 321.

Rushworth, John, collector of State Papers, 146, 150.

Russell, William, of Brancepeth Castle, Almshouses at Cornsay endowed by, 341.

Rutherford, property in Blackball, 282.
-, Notices of the family, ib.

Ryton, Parish of, 259–283.
-, Antient tenures, and fisheries, 259, 260.
-, Division of common, &c. 260.
-, Award of boundaries between manors of Ryton and Chopwell 1563, 281.
-, The Church, 261.
-, Chantry, 262.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, 262–264.
-, Barrow near the Church-yard, 264.
-, Rectors, ib.
-, Parsonage, and prospect from the Church-yard, 265.
-, Roman antiquities from the Wall preserved at the Parsonage, 265, 387.
-, Tithe, and aqueduct from Southwell, 265.
-, Parochial Register, 266.
-, Charitable Benefactions, 283.
-, Schools, ib.

Ryton Woodside, property in, 260, 261.
-, Pedigree of Hedworth, 261.

St. John's College, Cambridge, ejection of Fellows 1715, 355.

St. Martin of Tours, Abbot of, his services in Britain, 3.

Salisbury, Richard Earl of, letter to the Prior of Durham respecting the place of Forester of Bearpark, 374.

Salt, manufacture of, reasons for the encouragement of, 95.

Salt-spring at Birtley, 190.

Saltwellside, 131.
-, Pedigree of Maddison, 135.

Salvayn, Isabella, will of, 28.

Sampson family, pedigree, 187.

Sander family, property in Crawcrook, 267.

Sanderson family, two antient monuments of, 43, 48.

—Christopher, epitaph and arms, 120.

—of Hedleyhope, 342.
-, Letter of John to Henry on his not repaying a loan, ib. note.
-, Pedigree, 343.
-, Wills, of Barbara 1672,
-, and Thomas 1703, ib.
-, John purchased lands for the Parliament Officers, 14 note.

Sandford of Collierley, epitaph, 316.
-, Property in Collierley, 360.

Sandford of Howgill Castle, property in Kimblesworth, 376.

Satley Chapelry, 344.
-, Descent of property, 345.

Sauner, Patric le, grant of lands by, 83.

Seafe family, of High Friarside, 234, 235.

Scarborough, Earl of. See Lumley.

Scholars, grant to Church of Durham for support of three, 348.

Scots' House, near Boldon, 59, 63.

Scots, irruptions of, 86, 259.

—ravages of, 176.
-, Victory at Stellahaugh 1641, 176, 270.
-, Routes of the Scots through Ebchester, 300.
-, Ravages at Beaurepaire, 373.

Scroop, Lords, proprietors of Langley, 332.

Scrutevill, or Scurfield, family, property in Kibblesworth, 216.
-, Pedigree, 218.

Segh Deer, horns of, 161.

Selby, Walter de, &c. property in Felling, 86.

Selby family, property in Winlaton, 272;
-, Thornley, 274;
-, Whitehouse, 276.
-, Pedigree, 274.
-, Will of Sir George 1624, 273;
-, his splendid hospitality, 274.

—family, of Hurbuck, 320.

Seyntlow, William, vanquished by Henry Hardynge in battle respecting their title to a coat of arms, 251.

Shafto of Tanfield, &c. property in Pelton, 190;
-, Tanfield, 219, 220.
-, Certificate respecting John Shafto of Stickley, 183.
-, Pedigree, 220.

Shafto of Whickham and Swalwell, pedigree, 246.
-, property in Axwell, 247;
-, Crook, 353.

Shafto of Whitworth, property in Washington, 42.

—property in Beamish, 224.

Shafto, Matthew, letter to Sir II. Percy, to intercede for the life of his brother James, mistaken for his father James, 386.

Shaw, Capt. Bernard, and family, property at Usworth, 44, 48.

Shelley, Lady Jane, 21.

Sherburn Hospital;
-, Ebchester, the advowson, &c. granted to, 300.
-, Vaccaria de Pethuneshak granted to, 364.
-, Grants of land in Medomsley to, 387.

Shieldrow, account of property in, 230, 231.
-, Pedigree of Porter and Blakiston, 231.

Shields, North, 94.

Shields, South, Chapelry of, 94–104.
-, Its early history, 94.
-, Salt manufactures, 94, 95, 101.
-, Trade and Commerce of the Port, 95–97.
-, Life-boat, 96.
-, Chapter-main Colliery, 97.
-, Combination amongst Seamen, ib.
-, The Chapel, 98.
-, Terrier 1806, ib.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, 99.
-, Succession of Curates, 100.
-, Register, &c. 100, 385.
-, Dissenters, 100, 101.
-, Public and private Armour 1619, 101.
-, Roman antiquities on the Lawe Hill, ib.
-, Course of the Wreken Dyke, and another Roman road branching from the Watling-street, 102.
-, Charitable Benefactions, 104.
-, Charity School, ib.

Shipperdson, property in Witton, 369.

—George, estate at Whitburn, 56.

Shotley Bridge, 293.
-, Colony of German sword-cutlers, 294, 387.

Sigfrid, Abbot of Wearmouth, 4.

Silkswoith, William de, property in Winlaton, 272.

Silvanus, altar to, 299 note, 307.

Silvertop, George, property in Winlaton, 272.

Simeon Dunelmensis, 5.

Simonside, antiently Preston, 103, 104.
-, Account of property, ib.
-, Prior Germanus' grant to Hugh de Morwick, and the latter's grant to his wife for dowry, 103.

Simpson of Bradley, property in Tanfield, 221;
-, Bradley, 290.
-, Epitaphs, 263.
-, Pedigree, 269.

—Thomas, manufactures invented by, 85.

Singing-boys of Sir T. Hilton 1558, 32.

Smart, Peter, Prebendary of Durham, 103, 288.

Smith family, of The Law, in Medomsley, 293.

Smith, property in Ebchester, 300.

Smith, of Walridge, 196.

—John, epitaph, 371.

—Henry, charities of, 205.

Smyth family, proprietors of Eshe, and of tithes of the prebend, 336.
-, Pedigree, 338, 339.
-, Will of Cuthbert 1576, 339.

—William, of Durham, property at Axwell, 247.

Snaith, property in Witton Gilbert, 369.

Snows Green in Medomsley, 293.

Socburn, Earls of, 209.

Sotheron, Stephen, property in Tanfield, 220.

Southwick, 13–19.
-, Descent of property, 13.
-, Family of Grey, with their pedigree, 14–19.
-, Human bones discovered on Southwick Hills, 18.

Suthwyc, Agnes de, charter of, 13.

Sparc. fil. Gamelli Otter, grant to, 114.

Sparce, Thomas, grant to his brother Stephen, 116.

Spearman, John, letters of Mr. Hilton to, 23.
-, Property in Washington purchased by him and his father, 41, 42.

—Gilbert, of Bishop Middleham, property in Tanfield, 221.

—of Old Acres, property in Holmside, 326.

—Mr. anecdote of, 122.

Spen, near Winlaton, 276.
-, Charter of William de Mashame, 387.

Spoons, twelve silver, called the Twelve Apostles 1587, 47.

Staith, indenture for the erection of one, 1408, 115.

Stags' horns discovered on the site of Roman temples, 13.

Stanhope, Richard and John de, of Usworth, 46.

Stanley, account of property, 228–230.
-, Grant of Philip de la Ley to Robert de Monasteriis, 229;
-, of the Prior to William de Kilkenny for a chantry, ib.
-, Roman works at Stanley, 230.

Stanley, Venetia, the beautiful wife of Sir K. Digby, 224.

Stapleton, Edmond, curate of Monk-Mearmouth, will, 11.

Stella, account of property in, 270,
-, Pedigree of Tempest, 271.

Stevenson of Byerside, property in Chopwell, 277;
-, Byerside, 291;
-, Darwencote, 292;
-, The Manor-house, 319.
-, Epitaphs, &c. 286, 287.
-, Pedigree, 292.

Stobilee and Danyelles, property in, 334 (see 344).

Stote family, of Hedworth, 81.

Strathmore, Earl of, property in Hilton, 23;
-, Blackburn Fell, 214;
-, Hedley, 217;
-, Frereside, 235;
-, Gibside, 253;
-, Chapel endowed by at Gibside, 254;
-, property in Winlaton, 272;
-, The Spen, and Bladon, 276.

Stryvelyn, Sir John, proprietor of Heleyfield, 347.

Stycas of Ecgfrith discovered, 83.

Sudbury, Dean, his executors called upon for dilapidations at Beaurepaire, 373.
-, Correspondence on that subject, 374.

Sunderland, Emanuel Earl of, settlement of his estates, 332.
-, His issue, ib.

Supporters used by some antient gentry, 36.

Surtees, property in Felling. 86, 87.
-, Grant of land in Gateshead by Gocelin Surtees to William Syre, 115.
-, Property in Ravensworth, 210;
-, Kibblesworth, 217;
-, Ryton, 260, 261.
-, Epitaphs, 264.
-, Property in Crawcrook, 267, 387.
-, Will of Robert Surtees 1700, 267.
-, His descendants, ib. 293.
-, Property in, Chopwell, 277;
-, Almondside, ib;
-, Blackhall, 282;
-, Milkwell Burn, 283;
-, Bradley, 290;
-, Hamsterley, 290;
-, Byerside, 291;
-, Darwencote, 292, 293;
-, Knycheley, 296.
-, Epitaphs at Ebchester, 301.
-, Notices of the family, ib. note;
-, will of Cuthbert 1622, ib.
-, Major Surtees, ib.
-, Proprietors of the manor of the Riding in Lanchester, perhaps forfeited by the feoffment of Sir Alexander Surtees, 333.

Sutton, Robert, of Gateshead, property at Cleadon, 55.

Swalwell, account of property, 245.
-, Iron works, 246, 273.
-, Bridge, 246.
-, Pedigree of Shafto, ib.

Swalwells, William, free tenant in Cleadon, 54 bis.

Swans at Middleham, 30.

Swinburn family, proprietors of Chopwell, 276, 277.
-, Will ot John, 1545, 276.
-, Pedigree, 278, 279.
-, Award respecting the boundary of their manor of Chopwell, 281.
-, Inventory of Thomas 1566, ib.
-, Will of Gawyn 1576, ib;
-, Thomas, 1561;
-, Thomas of Edlingham, 1572, 282.
-, Family dissensions 1667, &c. ib.

Swinburn of Capheaton, property in Hamsterley, 290.
-, Henry Swinburn, the author of Travels in Spain, ib. 300.

Swinburne property in Pontop, 350.

Swinnow family of Usworth, 46.

Symons, Jelinger, rector of Whitburn, 52.

Syre, William, grants of land to in Gateshead 1349–52, 114, 115.
-, Tenement confirmed to him 1348, 116.
-, Indenture with Thomas de Fournays, mason, for erecting a staith 1408, 115.

Tanfield, Chapelry of, 219–236.
-, Account of property, 219, 220.
-, Tanfield Leigh, 220.
-, Pedigree of Shafto, ib.
-, The Church, 221.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, ib. 222.
-, Curates, ib.

Tithes, 222.
-, Charitable Donations, 236.
-, Interdict on the Chapel removed by Bishop Kellow, 386.

Tanfield Arch, 228.

Taylor, property in Chopwell, 277.
-, Taylor family of Cornsay, 341 note, 342 note.
-, Property in Satley, 345;
-, Witton, 369 note.

Tempest family, property in Barmston, 49;
-, Iveston, 352.

Tempest, property in Twizel confiscated by attainder of Robert, 199.

Tempest of Stella and Stanley, &c. Epitaph of Sir Nicholas, &c. 1742, 222.
-, Property in Stanley, 229 note, 230.
-, Letter of William Tempest, 229 note.
-, Property in Friarside, 235;
-, Stella, 270.
-, Monument of Sir Nicholas 1625, ib.
-, Pedigree, 271.
-, Proprietors of White-house, &c. Lanchester, 311, 312.
-, Part of tithes of Lanchester possessed by, 313.

Tempest, Sir Thomas, Bart. 1690, property in Ryton, 260.

Tempest, property in Thornley, 274.
-, Pedigree, 275.

Tempest, proprietors of Holmside, 325, 326.
-, Sir Thomas's foundation charter of a chantry, detailing his family, 325.
-, Cadets of the family, 326 note.
-, Pedigree, 327, 328, 387, 388.
-, Earlier descent of the family, from Dodsworth, 329.
-, Will of Robert Tempest of Lynce Green 1643;
-, and of Catharine 1649, ib.
-, Property in Whitley, 331;
-, Kimblesworth, 376.

Tempest, Col. Mrs. Tempest and her daughter, 391.

Tew, Dr. monument, 61.

Thirkeld family, property in Blackburn, 337.

Thomlinson family, of Gateshead, pedigree, 117.

—Dr. epitaph and benefactions, 240.

Thorald de Folettebi, grant of his son Nicholas of land in Gateshead Sparco filio Gamelli Otter, 114.

Thorald de Lundiniis, and his sons Helyas and Nicholas, charters of relating to Follonsby, 393. See Thurold.

Thornley, account of the estate, 274.
-, Pedigree of Tempest, 275.

Thornton, Roger, and family, of Newcastle, property in Follonsby, 82.
-, His heiress married to Lord Lumley;
-, her bastard brother, &c. 157.
-, Property in High Friarside, 233;
-, Fugeihouse, 245;
-, Swalwell, ib.;
-, Axwell, 247;
-, Bradley, 290;
-, Crook, 353.

Thorp, Dr. Robert, &c. epitaphs at Ryton, 263.
-, Property in Chopwell, 277.

Thurold de Londiniis, grant of land to by Bishop Hugh, 114. See Thorald.

Thweng family, of Kilton, arms, 140.
-, Heiress married with Lumley, 156.

Tiptoft, Lord, Margaret daughter of, 333.

Titles, instances of their being popularly attributed to commoners, 36, 209.

Townley family, of Townley, property in Stanley, 230;
-, Stella, 270;
-, Winlaton, 272;
-, Bladon, 276.

Travelling, instance of the good old custom of resting during Sunday, 16.

Tribley, account of property, 200.
-, Pedigree of Lambton, 201.—
-,-, Whitehall, ib.

Triplett, Dr. Thomas, charity of, &c. 52, 56.

Trollop, Robert, letter offering a bribe to the Bishop's officer, 112 note.

—Robert, mason, monument at Gateshead, 120.

Turgot, 5, 6.

Turner, John, physician, epitaph, 71, 385.

Twizell, account of property, 199, 200.
-, Pedigree of Johnson, 200.
-, The Hagg, 201.

Tylliol family, property in Great Lumley, 166;
-, Ebchester, &c. 300;
-, Witton, 369.

Tyne Bridge, history of, 113, 114.
-, Hermitage on it, 114. See Newcastle.

Tynemouth Castle, Roman altar at, 101.

—Prior of, and his town of North Shields, 94, 110.

Tyson, pedigree of, 26, 30.

Tyzack, Timothy, epitaph and arms, 120.

Vavisour, Jon. letter to the Prior, &c. of Durham, desiring pardon for his conduct respecting their rights in Muggleswick, 361.

Venatoris, Will. fil. Will. confirms a grant of land in Medomsley, 286.

Vitires, altars to, 299, 306.

Umfraville, Thomas de, grant to, 165.

—Robert de, proprietor of

Farnacres, 243.
-, Chantry founded by, ib.
-, His Statutes, ib.
-, Free warren in Farnacres granted to, 244.

Umfreville family, proprietors of Holmside, 324.
-, Sketch of the descent of the younger branch of, 325.
-, Property in Whitley, 331.
-, Pedigree of Umfreville, 394–396.

Urpeth, 191, 192.
-, Antient services and descent of property, ib.
-, Tithes, 150.

Urpeth, Walter de, grant of land in Pokerley, 195.

Usworth, Great, 44, 45.
-, Antient services, and account of property, 44.
-, Pedigree of Peareth, 45.

Usworth, Little, 46, 47.
-, Descent of property, 46.
-, Pedigree of Lawson, 47.

Usworth Place, 48.

Utrecht, Bishop of, coin of, 385.

Wade family, of Boldon, 61, 61.

Wakerfield, property in Esh, 336.

Walcher, Bishop, induces Aldwin and his associates to settle in the ruined monasteries of Jarrow and Wearmouth, 6.
-, His death predicted, 208.
-, Murder, 108, 118.
-, His remains removed to Jarrow, 70.

Walker, Anne, murder of, discovered by her apparition, 146–149.

Walridge, account of property, 196.

Walton family, of Bradley, 290.
-, Property in Twizel, 200.
-, Epitaphs, 286.

—proprietors of Whitehouse, &c. Lanchester, 311, 312.

Walton, property in Witton, 369.
-, Singular benefaction of Richard Walton, 376.

Wandles, Thomas, A. M. 100.

Ward, property in Consett, 294, 295.
-, Pedigree, 297.

Warde, George and Peter, tithes of the prebends of Iveston and Medomsley parcelled out by, 312, 313.

Wardell, John, and Bayles, of Whitburn, 51, 53.

—family, of Edmondsley, 198.

Wardley, 89.
-, Vestiges of the manor-house, ib.

Washington, Parish of, 40–49.
-, Descent of property, 40–42.
-, Boundary of the manor, 42.
-, The Church, ib.
-, Monuments, 43.
-, Rectors, ib. 44.
-, Charitable benefactions, 49.

Washington family, 40.

Watling-street, 304.
-, Branch from communicating with South Shields, 102.

Watson family, of Newcastle, property in Little Kepyer, 267.

—property in Wilton, 369.

—the deprived Bishop of St. David's, 353.

Webster, John, his narrative of an apparition at Lumley, 146–149.

Werehall, or Wiralshire, 59.

Wermouth, Reginald, free tenant in Cleadon, 54.

Westoe, charters connected with property in, 102, 103.

Wharton family, property in Barmston, 49;
-, Crawcrook, 267, 387;
-, Manorhouse, 319.

Whichcote, Sir Paul, 355 note.

Whickham, Parish of, 237–258.
-, Antient tenures and services, 237, 238.
-, Fugerhouse, 238.
-, Freeholds, &c. 238, 239.
-, Foresters and Bailiffs, 239.
-, Mines, &c. ib.
-, Stratum of burnt earth, ib.
-, The Church, 240.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, ib.
-, Rectors, 241.
-, Glebe, 258.
-, Chantry lands, 242.
-, Extracts from Register, ibid.
-, Pedigree of Shafto, 246.
-, Charitable Donations, 258.

Whitburn, Parish of, 50–56.
-, Rectory-house, 50.
-, Church, ib.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, 51.
-, Rectors, 52.
-, Glebe, &c. ib.
-, Registers, 53.
-, Whitburn West House, ib.
-, Family of Hickes, rector of Whitburn, 54.
-, Biddick estate, 56.
-, Marston Rock; ib.
-, Dr. Triplett's Charity, ib.

White family, property in Redheugh; 132.
-, Pedigree, ib.

White, Thomas, estate of Woodlands purchased and planted by, 346.

Whitehill, 152, 153.
-, Descent of property, 152.
-, Whithill Forge, &c. ib.
-, Iron ore worked by the Romans, ib.
-, Pedigree of Millot, 153.

Whitehouse, estate of on Gateshead fell 84.

—(since Axwell Park), 250, 276.

—(Lanchester Lodge), 311.

Whitfield, Earls of, 209.

Whitley, account of property in, 331.

Whittingham family, epitaphs, 315.
-, Property at Holmside, 326.
-, Notices of some of the family, ib.
-, Pedigree, 330.
-, Prudent conduct of Sir Timothy in the contest respecting Harraton collieries, 181;
-, Imprisoned 389.

Whytehed, Thomas, grantee of the Cell of Wearmouth, temp. H. VIII. 7.
-, Pedigree of his family, 8.

Widdrington family, property in Monk-Wearmouth, 7.
-, Pedigree, 8.

—tithe impropriators of Lumley, 150.

—Lord, property in Stella, 270, 271.

—of Cheeseburn Grainge, part of tithes of Lanchester possessed by, 313.
-, Proprietors of Manor-house, 319.

Wild family, property in Kibblesworth, 217.

—of the Spen, 276 note.

Wilkinson, property in Consett, 295.

—family, of Harpley and Kyo, 348.
-, Pedigree, 349.

Will executed by Capt. Henry Hilton, on taking a journey to London 1630, 29.

Will. fil. Earnoldi, grant of land in Holmside to Gilb. de Winlaton, 324.

Williamson family, property in Monk-Wearmouth, 7.
-, Pedigree, 9.
-, Epitaphs, 10, 11.
-, Property at Whitburn, 52.

Willoughby. See Wilughby.

Willy family, and their property at Hebburn, charters, 74.

Wilmot, William, of Wantage, Berks, epitaph, 388.
-, His descendants, ib.

Wilson family, of Field-house, pedigree, 133.

Wilson, Thomas, letter respecting Dean Granville's claims for dilapidations at Beaurepaire, 374.

Wilughby, Sir John de, property in Cornsey, 340.

Winchester, Charles Marquis of, his eccentricities, 332.

Windsor, Lord, tithe-impropriator of Lumley, 150.

—Lady, Bryansleap sold to, 235.

Wingfield, Wm. property at Cleadon, 55.

Winlaton, account of property in, 272.
-, Sir Ambrose Crowley and his Iron-works, 273.
-, Chapel and School, ib.
-, Pedigree of Selby, 274.

Winlaton;
-, Rob. fil. Gilb. de, grant of land in Holmside to Finchale Priory, 324.

Winship family, tithe impropriators of Lumley, 150.

Witches, trial and execution of 1649, 50, 123.

Witton-Gilbert, Chapelry of, 368–376.
-, Boundary, 368.
-, Descent of property, ib. 369.
-, Gilbert de la Ley's grant for support of the Hospital for Lepers, 369;
-, names and allowances of the brethren and sisters, 370.
-, Grant of land to Robert de Musters by Philip de la Ley, 370.
-, The Church, ib.
-, Curates, 371.
-, Monumental Inscriptions, ib.
-, Register, ib.
-, West Hall, Sacristan-Heugh, Acron Bank and Earl's Houses, Simperley, 371.
-, Agreement with Parish of Kimblesworth on that church falling to decay, 375.
-, Charitable Benefactions, 376.
-, Custom of hanging up funeral garlands preserved at Witton Gilbert, 392.

Wodeshende, early charters, &c. relating to, 168, 169.

Wolves in England, Scotland, and Ireland, 172.

Wood, Andrew, M. A. epitaph, 121.

Wood, Anthony a, propensities of, 887.
-, Swallowed the oath of abjuration with difficulty, 354.

Wood, Ralph, who built Tanfield Arch, 228.

Woodlands, estate of, 346.

Woods of Benfieldside, grant of the office of keeper, 293.

Worm of Lambton, 171.
-, Worm of Linton, 172.

Wrangham family, property in Blackburn, 337.

Wray, Thomas, of Beamish, his lease of Harraton collieries sequestered, 178, 179, 180.
-, Property of Mrs. Wray seized, 179;
-, gold quilted in her girdle, 386.—
-,-, Property in Kibblesworth, 217 note;
-, Beamish, 223, 224;
-, Satlev, 345.
-, Col. Thomas Wray, 223.
-, Pedigree, 226.
-, Epitaph of Sir William Wray, 221.

Wreck on Fulwell sands seized for the Bishop and the Dean and Chapter, 12.

Wreken Dyke, its course and termination, 102, 136, 305.

Wycliffe, property at Newton Garths, 64.

Yeland, Walter, son of John de, indenture of, 13.

Yheland, John de, 48.

Yeoman family, epitaph, 99.

Yolton, Thomas de, Chaplain of Hilton, tithes of the house of Hilton granted to, 379.

Yvestan family, property in Iveston, 351, 352.



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