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A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 9, Chesterton, Northstowe, and Papworth Hundreds. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1989.

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NOTE. Page numbers in bold face type are those of the chapter on the parish or hundred. A page number in italic denotes an illustration on that page or facing it. A page number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page.

Abbotsley (Hunts.),

Aberystwyth (Cardig.),

Abington Pigotts,

Acton:
-, John,
-, Marg., see Cutts

Addenbrooke's hospital, see Cambridge

Addison, Edw., rector of Landbeach,

Ade, Joan,

Adeane:
-, C. R. W.,
-, Hen. John,
-, fam.,

Adelaide (South Australia),

Aelfhelm Poga,
-, his w. Affa, and dau.,

Aelfwaru, ? dau. of Athelstan Mannesson,

Aethelbeorht (fl. 1066),

Aethelric, bp. of Dorchester,

Aethelwine, ealdorman of East Anglia,

Aethulf, Leofwine s. of, see Leofwine

Affa, w. of Aelfhelm Poga, see Aelfhelm agisting,

Agnes, dau. of Picot the sheriff, m.
-, Ralph de St. Germain,

Agricultural Botany, National Institute for,

agricultural implement making,

Agricultural Labourers' Union,

agricultural machinery:
-, making and trade,
-, use,

Agricultural Research Council,

agricultural unrest, see riots and unrest

agriculture, see agisting; allotment meadow;
-, assarting; common; field
-, drainage; ploughing matches; poultry
-, farming; sheepfold and sheep
-, walk; and see for cross references
-, cattle; crops and produce; dairying;
-, officers

Agriculture, Ministry of, as landowner,
-, research farm,

Ainger nurseries,

Ainsloe, John,

Air Ministry, as landowner,

airfields, see Conington: aero club; Gra
-, veley; Oakington; Stanton, Long;
-, Waterbeach

Akeman Street,
-, Mere Way,

Alan, count of Brittany, ld. of Richmond,

Alan (III), earl of Richmond,
-, his dau. Constance, see Alan (III),
-, vct. of Rohan

Alan, vct. of Rohan,

Alan (III), vct. of Rohan, and his w.
-, Constance,
-, his s., see Rohan, Alan de

Alan, steward of Wm. Peverel,
-, his s., see Gilbert

Albert, prince consort,

Alcock, John, bp. of Ely,

Alcocke:
-, Edw.,
-, Thos. (d. 1602),
-, Thos. (d. 1611),
-, fam.,

Alderley (Ches.),

Alderson, John,

Aldreth causeway and High Bridge,

Aldwin, abbot of Ramsey,

ale, see assize of bread and of ale

aletasters,

Alexandra (of Denmark), princess of
-, Wales,

Alexandra (formerly Vinery) Nurseries,

Alice, And. de, rector of Chesterton,

Alie:
-, Lucy, sis. of Ric.,
-, (later Leman), Ric.,

Alington:
-, Sir Giles, and his w. Dorothy,
-, Mary, m. Sir Thos. Hatton,

Allanson, Ric., vicar of Milton,

Allen, W. H., vicar of All Saints, Long
-, Stanton,

allotment meadow,

allotments,

Almond, Edm.,

almshouses, see Chesterton; Cottenham;
-, Elsworth; Girton; Lolworth; Ma
-, dingley; Oakington; Over; Water
-, beach; Willingham

Alveve:
-, Hen.,
-, fam.,

amercements of tenants,

America:
-, emigration to,
-, Gothic revival,
-, president of U.S.A., see Coolidge,
-, Calvin
-, servicemen's cemetery,
-, and see Canada; Massachusetts; Philadelphia

Amey Roadstone Corporation,

Amory:
-, Eleanor d', see Zouche
-, Sir Nic. d',

Amundeville:
-, Ellis de,
-, Niel de,

Anabaptists,

Ancient Order of Foresters, see Foresters

Ancient Shepherds, see Shepherds

Anderson:
-, Geo.,
-, John,

Andrew, John, rector of Papworth St.
-, Agnes,

Andrews:
-, Geof., chaplain,
-, fam.,

Anfley, fam.,

Angers (Maine-et-Loire, France), ab
-, bey of St. Sergius and St. Bacchus,

Angier:
-, Edw. (fl. 1614),
-, Edw. (fl. 1633-65), rector of Dry
-, Drayton,

Anglesey priory, in Lode in Bottisham,

Anglian Water Authority,

angling, and see
-, fishing

Anglo-Saxon remains, see Denny;
-, Drayton, Dry; Girton; Oakington;
-, Rampton; Swavesey; Waterbeach;
-, Willingham

Animal Nutrition, Institute for,

Animal Research Station,

Annable, fam.,

Anne, ctss. of Warwick, see Beauchamp

Ansculf, Wm. s. of, see William

Appleby, fam.,

Apthorpe:
-, Francis,
-, Francis, his s.,

Arbury, Arbury Camp, in Chesterton
-, and Impington,

Archdale, Geo., master of Emmanuel
-, Coll., Camb.,

Archer:
-, Hoste,
-, Rebecca, w. of Thos.,
-, Thos. (d. 1704),
-, Thos. (d. 1728),
-, fam.,

Archer Houblon, Ric., see Houblon

archery,

architects, see Blunt; Bodley; Bowden;
-, Bradwell; Byfield; Carpenter;
-, Christian; Clark, Somers; Dykes
-, Bower; Erickson; Essex, Jas.; Faw
-, cett; Fry; Gotch; Gropius; Higgs;
-, Hutchinson; Ladds; Lyon; Morley;
-, Pearson, J. L.; Pugin; Robb; Scott,
-, Sir G. G.; Smith, John (fl. 1838)
-, and Wm. (fl. 1879); Street; Water
-, house; Webb, Aston

Argentine, David de,

Arkesden (Essex),

army,
-, land and buildings used by,

arson,

Arundel, Thos. de, bp. of Ely,

Ashby-de-la-Zouche (Leics.),

Ashcroft, Edw.,
-, his father,

Ashley, John, vicar of Histon,

Ashman, John,

Ashton, Sir Rob.,

Ashwyn:
-, Rose, see Pollard
-, Wm.,

Askham:
-, Anne, dau. of Dingley,
-, Dingley,
-, Frances, see Cotton
-, Harriet, m. Sir Thos. Hatton,
-, fam.,

asparagus,

Aspland:
-, Thos.,

Aspland (cont.)
-, fam.,

assarting,

assault, pleas of,

assize of bread and of ale,

Astley (Warws.), coll.,

Astwood:
-, Marg., see Spencer
-, Wm.,

Athelstan Mannesson,
-, his dau., see Aelfwaru
-, his s., see Godric
-, his w., see Leofgifu

athletics,

Atkins, Jas., rector of St. Mic., Long
-, Stanton,

Atlany, Jas., bp. of Hereford, vicar of
-, Leeds and of Madingley,

Aubrey the hunter,

Aucher:
-, Sir Ant., Bt.,
-, Eliz., see Hatton
-, fam.,

Audley:
-, Maj.-Gen. Lewis,
-, Wm.,

Austin canons, see Barnwell priory

Australia, emigration to,

Avalon:
-, Hugh of, bp. of Lincoln,
-, Peter of,

Avenel:
-, Isabel, see Beach
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Avesgot (fl. 1086),

Avey, fam.,

Avignon (Vaucluse, France),

Aylesbury:
-, Cath., see Pabenham
-, Sir Thos.,

Babington:
-, A. M.,
-, Prof. Chas.,

Babraham,

Bacchus:
-, Ann,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Bacon:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Sclater,
-, Sir Francis,
-, Josiah (d. c. 1704),
-, Josiah (d. 1717),
-, Thos. (fl. late 17th cent.),
-, (formerly Sclater), Thos. (d. 1736),
-, fam.,

Baddesley, Wm.,

Baitsbite, see Milton

Baker:
-, Phil., provost of King's Coll., Camb.,
-, rector of Elsworth,
-, Ric.,

Baldock:
-, Agnes of, see Bray
-, Ralph of, bp. of London,
-, Wm. of,

Balduck, Wm.,

Ball, John,

Balliol:
-, Dervorguilla de,
-, John de,
-, fam.,

Balliol fee, see Oakington

Balsham,

Bamford, Chas.,

bandy,

Banham, fam.,

Banks:
-, Eliz.,
-, Margery, w. of Thos.,
-, Sam., rector of Cottenham,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Bannockburn, battle of,

Baptists,

Bar Hill, in Dry Drayton,
-, ch.,
-, hotel,
-, ind. and trade,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, sch.,

Barford (Warws.),

Barham:
-, R. H.,
-, Ric. H. D., rector of Lolworth,

Barham (Cambs.), in Linton,

Barker:
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1664),
-, Sir John, Bt. (fl. 1682),
-, Mrs. M. M. (née Cooper),
-, Rob.,

'Barkstead' (? Berkhampstead),

Barkway (Herts.), see Cokenach

Barnack (Northants., later Cambs.),
-, stone from,

Barnard:
-, Osmond,
-, Thos. (d. 1570),
-, Thos. (fl. 1620s),

Barne:
-, Alice, see Cook
-, Wm.,

Barnwell, in Cambridge,
-, priory (earlier St. Giles's, Austin
-, canons),
-, est.,
-, jurisdiction,
-, prior of, see Hugh

Barnwell St. Andrew (Northants.),

Baron:
-, Ellen, see Leynton
-, Thos. (fl. 1521),
-, Thos. (fl. 1550),

Bartlett, Ralph,

Bartlow, Bartlow Ho.,

Barton:
-, John (fl. 1349-70), rector of Dry
-, Drayton,
-, John (fl. c. 1580),
-, John (fl. 1617),
-, fam.,

Barton (Cambs.),

Barton Bendish (Norf.),

Barwell:
-, E. G.,
-, J. H.,
-, Reg.,
-, fam.,

Barwell Engineering (Cambridge) Ltd.,

Barwell Machine and Rubber Group
-, Ltd.,

Barwell Rubber Co. Ltd.,

basket making,

Basque children,

Basset, Wm., rector of Boxworth and of
-, Fen Drayton,

Bassingbourn, Mary of,

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Law

Bathcombe, Thos., rector of Knapwell,

Batisford:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., m. Humph. Wingfield,
-, John (d. 1508),
-, John (d. 1556),
-, John (d. 1624),
-, John (d. 1628),
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Baudry, Ric.,

Baumgartner:
-, John Percy,
-, John Thos.,
-, Philippa Anne, see Knight
-, Misses (fl. 1930),
-, fam.,

Baxter, John,

Bayeux (France), bp. of, see Odo

Bayfield, fam.,

Baynard:
-, Maud, see Colville
-, Sir Rob.,

Beach:
-, Alan of,
-, Alice, dau. of John,
-, her dau., see Soham, Maud of
-, Amice of, m. Sir Simon de Lisle,
-, Beatrice, w. of Peter,
-, Ellen of, m. Geof. le Bere,
-, (or Milton), Everard of,
-, Gillian of, w. of John,
-, Hen. of,
-, Isabel of, m. Wm. Avenel,
-, John of,
-, Peter of (d. by 1232),
-, Peter (d. after 1235),
-, Rob. of,
-, fam.,

Beach (Cambs.), and see
-, Landbeach; Waterbeach

Beach Ditch,

Beach Lode,

beagling,

Beale, Jerome, rector of Willingham,

bear baiting,

beating bounds (perambulation),

Beauchamp:
-, Alice, see Tony
-, Anne, ctss. of Warwick, m. Ric.
-, Neville,
-, Guy, earl of Warwick,
-, Joan, Lady Bergavenny,
-, Joan, m. Jas. Butler, earl of Ormond,
-, Thos., earl of Warwick,

Beaufort, Lady Marg.,

Beaumes:
-, John de,
-, Reynold de,
-, Rob. de (d. 1263),
-, Sir Rob. de (d. after 1282),
-, Wal. de (fl. 1086),
-, Wal. de (fl. 1156-76),
-, Wal. de (d. after 1220),
-, Wm. de,
-, fam.,

Beaumes manor, see Papworth St.
-, Agnes

Beck brook,

Bedford, dukes and earl of,
-, and see Russell, Francis,
-, John, and Wriothesley

Bedford (Beds.),

Bedford Level, Adventurers of,

Bedford Level Corporation,

Bedfordshire, and
-, see Bedford; Crawley, Husborne;
-, Warden, Old

Beeston, fam.,

Beevor, Revd. W. S.,

Bek:
-, Ant., bp. of Durham,
-, John,

Belbouche:
-, Amice,
-, John,
-, Ric. (fl. c. 1235),
-, Ric. (fl. 1279),
-, Ric. (fl. 15th cent.),
-, Rob.,
-, Roger,
-, Wm. (fl. 1197-8),
-, Wm. (fl. 1327-46),
-, fam.,

Belbouches manor, see Westwick

Bell, fam., and see Clark, Mrs.
-, R.

Belsars Hill, see Willingham

Belvoir:
-, Lancelin of,
-, Reynold of, see Oakley
-, Rob. of,
-, Wm. of,

Belvoir Castle (Leics.),

Bendyshe:
-, Edm.,
-, Rob.,

Benet son of William,

Bennett:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Bennetts manor, see Swavesey

Benson:
-, Anne Eliz., w. of Revd. Hen.,
-, Edw. (d. 1801),
-, Edw. (fl. 1927),
-, Eliz.,
-, Hen. (d. 1877),
-, Revd. Hen. (d. 1890),
-, John (fl. before 1754),
-, John (d. 1813),
-, Mary, dau. of Edw.,
-, Mary, w. of John, see Rant
-, Rebecca,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Benstead, And., rector of Dry Drayton,

Bentley, Ric., master of Trinity Coll.,
-, Camb.,

Beorhtnoth, abbot of Ely,

Beorhtnoth, ealdorman of Essex,

Bere:
-, Alice le,
-, Ellen le, see Beach
-, Geof. le,
-, Godwin le,
-, John le (fl. 1240s),
-, John le (fl. 1279),
-, Steph. le,
-, fam.,

Beresford:
-, Amelia, see Peach
-, Adm. Sir John Poore,

Bergavenny, Lady, see Beauchamp,
-, Joan

Berkeley, fam., Lds. Berkeley,

Berkhampstead (Herts.), and see
-, 'Barkstead'

Berkshire,
-, sheep,
-, and see Windsor

Bermondsey (Lond., formerly Surr.),
-, priory,

Bernard, abbot of Ramsey,

Berridge, John,

Berry:
-, Ann, m. Thos. Dodson,
-, John (fl. 1590),
-, John (fl. 1640),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Best, Thos., rector of Conington,

Betts:
-, Margery, see Kirkby
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Beuckalaer, J.,

Beverley (Yorks. E.R.),

Bickley, Francis,

Bigg, Ric.,

billiards,

Bird, Hen.,

Bird's Pastures, see Boxworth

Birkett, J. P., rector of Graveley,

Bishop, fam.,

Bishop's Stortford, see Stortford

Black Death,

Blackman, John,

Blacwine, sheriff of Cambs.,

Blakeway, Edw., rector and vicar of
-, Long Stanton,

Blancgernun:
-, Baldwin,
-, Maud, w. of Baldwin,

Bleet, fam.,

Bloet, Rob., bp. of Lincoln,

bloodhounds,

bloodshed, pleas of,

Blunt, J. H.,

Blythe, Thos., vicar of Chesterton,

Blyton:
-, Marg., see Engaine
-, Wm.,

boat building,

boating,

Bodley, F. W.,

Boer War, see wars

Bohun, Humph. de, earl of Hereford,

Bole, fam.,

Boleyn:
-, Marg., see Butler
-, Mary, m. - - Carey,
-, Thos., earl of Wiltshire and Ormond,
-, Sir Wm.,

Bolton, Jas.,

Bon Repos (Côtes-du-Nord, France),
-, abbey,

Bonfey, fam.,

Bonsall (Herts.),

Boodger, Thos.,

Bookland:
-, Aline, see Roberts
-, John,

Booth:
-, John, rector of Girton,
-, Lawr., abp. of York, rector of Cottenham,

Boots (chemists),

borough English,

Botetourt, Joyce, m. Hugh Burnell, Ld.
-, Burnell,

Bottisham,
-, Bottisham Lock,
-, and see Anglesey priory; Lode

Botton, Rob.,

bounds, see beating bounds

Bourchier, Thos., abp. of Canterbury,

Bourn:
-, Joan, see Michell
-, John (fl. 1295),
-, John (fl. 1367-1404),
-, John (fl. 1440, d. 1475, ? more than
-, one),
-, Rob., s. of Hen.,
-, Simon of (d. by 1337),
-, Simon (fl. 1349),
-, Simon (? fl. 1406-34),
-, fam.,

Bourn, barony,

Bourn (Cambs.),

Bourneys manor, see Willingham

Bowden, E. E.,

Bower, see Dykes Bower

bowls,

Bowyer:
-, Dorothy, w. of Wm.,
-, Francis,
-, Hutton,
-, (or Turner), John,
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1544),
-, Wm. (fl. 1626-38),
-, fam.,

box making,

Boxworth:
-, Alice, m. Wm. Lovett,
-, Alice of, w. of Hen., see Conington
-, Amice of, see Stanton
-, Hen. of (fl. 1223),
-, Hen. of (d. 1302),
-, Hen. of (d. after 1365),
-, Maud of, w. of Hen.,
-, Parnel of, w. of Hen.,
-, Wm. of (d. by 1279),
-, Wm. of (d. by ? 1332),
-, Wm. (d. by 1374),

Boxworth (Cambs.),
-, Bird's Pastures,
-, bdry.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, commons,
-, ct.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, Huntingfields man.,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, inn,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, Overhall man.,
-, par. council,
-, pop., n,
-, rectors, and see Basset;
-, Duport; Wood, Thos. atte
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, village greens,
-, woodland,

Boxworth End, see Swavesey

Boxworth fee, see Chesterton

Boys:
-, Geof. du,
-, John, rector of Boxworth,

Bradenham:
-, Agnes of, w. of Wal., m. 2 Rob. of
-, Conington,
-, Sir Ric. of,
-, Wal. of,

Bradfield, Thos.,

Bradshaw:
-, Nat., rector of Willingham,
-, Thos., minister of Impington,

Bradwell, Geo.,

Brakyn:
-, Ric. (d. by 1588),
-, Ric. (fl. 1597),
-, Thos. (d. 1545),
-, Thos. (d. 1592),
-, fam.,

Brantham (Suff.),

Braose, Ric. de,

Bray:
-, Agnes de, m. Wm. of Baldock,
-, Gilb. de,
-, Hugh de (d. after 1256),
-, Hugh (d. 1361),
-, Hugh de (fl. 1335-70),
-, Hugh de (another), n
-, John (fl. 1372-83),
-, John (fl. 1407-15, ? more than one),
-, Luke de,
-, Sarah of, see Oakley
-, Tibbald of,

Brays manor, see Landbeach

bread, see assize of bread and of ale

bread weighers,

Breary, Hen., rector of Boxworth,

Breauté:
-, Fawkes de,
-, Wm. de,

Breese, Edw.,
-, his nephs.,

Brent Pelham, see Pelham

Brentford (Mdx.),

Brereton (or Powell), John, vicar of All
-, Saints, Long Stanton,

brewing and breweries,
-, and see aletasters

Brice, parson of Histon,

brick and tile making,

bridge:
-, Reynold at the,
-, Wm. at the,

Bridgeman, Jas., rector of Childerley
-, and of Lolworth,

Bridges:
-, Joan, see Browne
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,

Brigham:
-, Jane,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Brightwell (Suff.),

Brimley, Whibley & Co.,

British schools, see schools

Brittany, count and duke of, see Alan;
-, Peter

Brittany,

Broad End, see Elsworth

Brockdish (Norf.),

Brocket, fam.,

Brockley End, see Elsworth

Bromflete:
-, Hen.,
-, Joan, see Holland

Brompton:
-, Alice of,
-, Geo. of,
-, John of,

Bromsted, Wm., and his w.,

Brook End, see Elsworth; Stanton, Long

Brooke:
-, Edw.,
-, Francis Benj.,
-, John Marsland,
-, Thos. (d. by 1700),
-, Thos. (fl. 1730),
-, fam.,

Brotherton, Thos. of, see Thomas

Broughton, Ric., vicar of All Saints,
-, Long Stanton,

Broughton (Hunts.),

Brown (Browne):
-, Eliz., m. John Elmes,
-, G. A., vicar of Chesterton,
-, Joan, m. 1 Thos. Scroggs, 2 Wal.
-, Bridges,
-, Lancelot ('Capability', d. 1783),
-, Lancelot (d. 1801),
-, Revd. Lancelot Rob.,
-, Thos., rector of Conington,
-, Revd. Thos. Chas.,
-, Wm. (d. 1489),
-, Wm. (d. 1890),
-, his w. and s.,

Brownell, John,

Bruce, fam.,

Bruce fee, see Oakington

Buck:
-, Anne, see Orchard
-, Geo.,
-, Geo. Stucley, see Stucley
-, John,
-, Lewis Wm.,
-, Thos. (d. after 1684),
-, Thos. (d. 1688),
-, Thos. (fl. 1722),

Buckden (Hunts.),

Buckingham, duke of, see Villiers

Buckinghamshire, see Hanslope; Soulbury

bull baiting,

Bullock, Ric., rector of Dry Drayton,

Burdeleys:
-, Beatrice, w. of Wm.,
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Marshall,
-, Geof. (d. 1264),
-, Geof. de (d. 1324),
-, his w.,
-, Hugh (d. by 1185),
-, Hugh (d. 1251),
-, Joan, m. 1 Gilb. Chamber, 2 John
-, FitzJohn,
-, Sir John (fl. 1279),
-, John de (d. 1329),
-, John de (d. 1347),
-, Lauretta, see Picot
-, Margery, m. John du Lay,
-, Nichole, m. Rob. the clerk,
-, Simon,
-, Wm. (d. c. 1229),
-, Wm. (d. 1233),
-, fam.,

Burdeleys manor, see Cottenham;
-, Madingley

Burdett, Mrs. R. M., dau. of W. D.
-, Womersley,

Burgoyne:
-, Alice, w. of Thos.,
-, Bart.,
-, Chris.,
-, Dorothy, w. of Geo.,
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Thursby,
-, Eliz., w. of Thos.,
-, Geo.,
-, Godfrey,
-, John (d. 1435),
-, John (fl. c. 1430, another),
-, John (d. 1487),
-, John (d. 1505),
-, Marg., m. Geo. Heveningham,
-, Marg., w. of John,
-, Ric. (d. 1464),
-, Ric. (d. 1506),
-, Thos. (d. 1470),
-, Thos. (d. 1507),
-, Thos. (d. 1521),
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1522),
-, Thos. (fl. 1580s),
-, Thomasine, m. Rob. Shute,
-, Thomasine, w. of Chris., see Freville
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, arms,

Burgoynes manor, see Impington

Burlewas manor, see Madingley: Burdeleys

Burman:
-, Joan, see Frere
-, John (d. 1415),
-, John (d. 1462),
-, Ric.,

Burnell:
-, Hugh, Ld. Burnell,
-, Joyce, see Botetourt

Burre:
-, Samson, s. of Wm. of Knapwell,
-, (or Knapwell), fam.,

Burrell:
-, Priscilla Barbara Eliz., Lady Wil
-, loughby de Eresby, w. of Peter,
-, Peter, Ld. Gwydir,

Burroughes, Thos. Cooke, rector of
-, Landbeach,

Burton:
-, John, rector of Over,
-, Wm.,

Burton, West (Notts.),

Burwell, castle,

Bury:
-, Hen., rector of Papworth Everard,
-, Rob. (d. 1638), rector of Papworth
-, Everard and of Papworth St.
-, Agnes,
-, Rob. (fl. 1664),

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.),

Bush:
-, J.,
-, J. J.,
-, John,
-, H. E.,
-, fam.,

Buteri, Wm. de,

Butler:
-, Amice the, see Picot
-, Audrey, see Pollard
-, Denise the, see Munchensy
-, Edw.,
-, Geo.,
-, Jas., earl of Ormond,
-, his sons,
-, Joan, see Beauchamp
-, Marg., m. Sir Wm. Boleyn,
-, Marg., m. John Chettoe,
-, Ric. the (d. 1251),
-, Ric. the (fl. 1263-81),
-, Rob. the,
-, (or Ormond), Thos., earl of Ormond,

Buttell, Thos.,

butter,

Buxhull, Sir Alan,

Byfield, Geo.,

Byng, Dr. Thos., master of Clare Hall,
-, Camb.,

cabinet making,

Cadbury Schweppes group,

Caen (Camp):
-, John de,
-, Rob. de (fl. 1279-89, ? more than
-, one),
-, Rob. de (fl. 1339),
-, Werry de,
-, fam.,

Cage:
-, Adelard,
-, Sir Ant.,
-, Eliz., see Slingsby
-, Sir John (d. 1628),
-, John (fl. 1668),

Caius College, Camb.,
-, and see Gonville Hall

Caldecote:
-, Marg., ? w. of Thos., ? m. 2 Rob.
-, Sutton,
-, Thos.,

Caldecote (Cambs.),

Caldwell, W. B.,

Caldwell brook,

Callow (formerly Caldwell) brook,

Calvert:
-, E. S. F.,
-, Felix (d. 1699),
-, Felix (d. 1758),
-, Felix (fl. after 1758),
-, Gen. Felix (d. 1856),
-, Nicolson (d. 1793),
-, Nicolson (fl. after 1793),
-, Nicolson (fl. 1832-71), rector of Childerley,
-, Wm. (d. 1749),
-, Wm. (fl. 1777-1831), rector of Childerley,
-, fam., n,

Calvinists,

Cam, river,
-, baptism in,
-, Conservators of,
-, crossings,
-, fishing,

Cambridge:
-, Nic. of, rector of Cottenham,
-, fam.,

Cambridge,
-, Addenbrooke's hosp.,
-, Austin canons, see Barnwell
-, Barnwell, q.v.
-, boro., later city,
-, aldermen,
-, burgesses,
-, est.,
-, housing,
-, mayor,
-, recorder,
-, carriage to,
-, castle,
-, cattle from,
-, cemetery,
-, chant.,
-, char., see Cambridge: Hobson's
-, ch.:
-, All Saints,
-, Gt. St. Mary,
-, Lit. St. Mary,
-, St. And.,
-, St. Clement,
-, St. Giles,
-, expansion,
-, ferries,
-, festival,
-, fields,
-, football club (Cambridge City) and
-, stadium, in Chesterton,
-, Further Educ., Coll. of,
-, gas supply, and see Cambridge
-, Gas Co.
-, guild of Corpus Christi,
-, Hobson's conduit char.,
-, Hobson's workho. char.,
-, hosp. of St. John,
-, ho. in,
-, Howes, q.v.
-, ind. or work in or from,
-, and
-, see Cambridge: professions and
-, tradesmen
-, Innovation Centre, see St. John's College M.P.s,
-, Magdalene bridge,
-, man.,
-, mkt.,
-, Merton Hall man.,
-, Midsummer Common,
-, nonconf.,
-, and see Cambridge:
-, Presbyterian classis
-, Perse sch.,
-, persons from,
-, Philo Union,
-, police,
-, Presbyterian classis (Association),
-, priory of St. Giles, see Barnwell
-, priory of St. Radegund,
-, professions,
-, rly.,
-, residents,
-, and see Cambridge:
-, burgesses, professions, and tradesmen
-, Ridley Hall,
-, roads to,
-, Northern Bypass,
-, Western Bypass, motorway (M 11),
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, sch., and see Cambridge:
-, Perse sch.
-, Science Pk., see Trinity College
-, sewage farm, in Chesterton and Milton,
-, Stourbridge common,
-, Stourbridge fair,
-, suburbs, see Cambridge: expansion
-, tradesmen,
-, university, see Cambridge university
-, Victoria Asylum, see Chesterton
-, warren,
-, water supply, see Cambridge:
-, Hobson's conduit char.; Cambridge
-, University and Town Waterworks; Cambridge Water Co.
-, work, see Cambridge: ind. or work
-, workho., see Cambridge: Hobson's
-, workho. char.

Cambridge Camden (later Ecclesiological) Soc.,

Cambridge Cemetery Co.,

Cambridge Concrete (later Precast) Co.,

Cambridge Consultants,

Cambridge (and District) Co-operative Soc.,

Cambridge End, see Landbeach: Land End

Cambridge Friendly Soc.,

Cambridge Gas Co.,

Cambridge Housing Association,

Cambridge Methodist Circuits,

Cambridge Northern Bypass, see Cambridge: roads

Cambridge Precast Co., see Cambridge Concrete

Cambridge Society for Mentally Handicapped Children,

Cambridge university,
-, Agriculture, Dept. of,
-, Animal Behaviour Dept.,
-, athletics ground,
-, colleges,
-, fellows as incumbents and curates,
-, heads,
-, servants,
-, Sidney Sussex, master of, see
-, Chafyn, Wm.
-, and see Caius; Christ's; Clare; Corpus Christi; Downing; Emmanuel; Girton College; Gonville
-, Hall; Jesus; King's; King's Hall;
-, Magdalene; Michaelhouse; Pembroke; Peterhouse; Queens'; St.
-, Catharine's; St. John's; Trinity;
-, Trinity Hall
-, departments and laboratories, 12; and
-, see Cambridge university: Agriculture, Animal Behaviour,
-, Extra-Mural Studies, and
-, Microelectronics Lab.
-, esquire bedells,
-, est.,
-, experimental farm,
-, Extra-Mural Studies,
-, Fitzwilliam Mus.,
-, graduates,
-, jurisdiction,
-, Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity,
-, libr.,
-, M.P.,
-, Madingley Hall, see Madingley
-, Microelectronics Lab.,
-, Old Schools,
-, professor of Arabic,
-, rowing clubs,
-, study at,
-, undergraduates,

Cambridge University and Town
-, Waterworks Co.,

Cambridge Water Co.,

Cambridge Western Bypass, see Cambridge: roads

Cambridgeshire:
-, bdry.,
-, county council, see Cambridgeshire
-, county council
-, county court,
-, escheator,
-, gaol,
-, history,
-, justices,
-, lord lieutenant,
-, M.P.s,
-, wages,
-, quarter sessions,
-, sheep (breed),
-, sheriff,
-, and see
-, Blacwine; Picot
-, sheriff's tourn,
-, shire man.,

Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire
-, Archaeological Soc.,

Cambridgeshire and Isle of Ely Naturalists' Trust,

Cambridgeshire Cottage Improvement
-, Soc.,

Cambridgeshire county council,
-, children's home,
-, est.,
-, and
-, see Cambridgeshire county council: smallholdings
-, nature reserve,
-, old people's home,
-, planning,
-, sch.,
-, smallholdings,

Cambridgeshire Fruit Juice Co.,

Cambridgeshire Growers Ltd.,

Cambridgeshire Hotel, Bar Hill,

Cambridgeshire Tuberculosis Colony,
-, see Papworth Everard: Papworth
-, Village Settlement

Camp, see Caen

campball, camping, see football

Campes manor, see Stanton, Long

Campion, Thos.,

Canada,
-, primate of, see Mackray

Canterbury, Rob. of,

Canterbury (Kent):
-, abp.,
-, and see Bourchier;

Canterbury (cont.)
-, Tenison, Thos.; Theobald; War
-, ham
-, prior and convent,
-, registrar,

Capell:
-, Sir Arthur,
-, Eliz., see Lawrence

Car Dyke (Tillage or Old Tillage),

caravan sites,

Cardiganshire, see Aberystwyth

Carey:
-, Hen., Ld. Hunsdon,
-, Mary, see Boleyn

Carlisle, bp. of, see May, John

Carlton cum Willingham, n

Carmelite friars,

Carmelite nuns,

Carpenter, R. H.,

carpenters, king's,

Carr, Ric., master of Magdalene Coll.,
-, Camb.,

Carter:
-, Thos. Wm.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

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

castles, see Burwell; Cambridge;
-, Rampton: Giant's Hill; Swavesey

Cater:
-, Gerard,
-, Thos.,
-, his dau.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Catharine Hall, see St. Catharine's Col
-, lege

cattle, breeds of, see Derbyshire cows;
-, Friesian; Leicestershire cows

Causeway End, see Waterbeach

Cavendish, Wm.,

Caxton, Jeremy of,

Caxton (Cambs.),
-, Caxton Gibbet, see Elsworth

Caxton and Arrington:
-, poor law union,
-, rural district,

Cecil, Wm., rector of St. Mic., Long
-, Stanton,

celery,

Chafyn:
-, W. W.,
-, Wm., master of Sidney Sussex Coll.,
-, Camb.,

Chain Ditch, see Over: lode

Challis, Jas. Law, rector of Papworth
-, Everard,

Chamber, see Chambre

Chamberlain:
-, Geo. the,
-, Hen.,
-, John, rector of Landbeach,
-, Niel the,
-, Rob. the,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Tibbald, rector of Landbeach,
-, Wal. le,
-, fam.,

chamberlain, John the, see John

Chamberlains manor, see Landbeach

Chambre (Chamber):
-, Gilb.,
-, Hen. de la,
-, Joan, see Burdeleys
-, John de la,
-, Simon de la,

Chambres manor, see Drayton, Dry

Champneys, C. J., vicar of Milton,

Chandler:
-, Dan., vicar of Oakington,
-, H. C. D., vicar of Waterbeach,

Chantemerle:
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Chantrey, Sir Francis,

chantries, see Boxworth; Cambridge;
-, Chesterton; Cottenham; Drayton,
-, Dry; Drayton, Fen; Elsworth; Gra
-, veley; Histon; Lolworth; Milton;
-, Over; Swavesey; Willingham

Chapman:
-, John, rector of Milton,
-, Revd. W. C.,

Chappelow, Leonard,

Charles I,

Chartists,

Chastelet:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Chatteris, John,

Chatteris (Cambs.),
-, abbey,

Chauvent:
-, John de,
-, Peter de,

Chedwey (? recte Cheyney), Wm. de,

Cheere:
-, (formerly Madryll), Chas. Madryll,
-, Revd. Edw.,
-, Emma,
-, Frances, dau. of Chas. M.,
-, Frances, w. of Chas. M.,
-, Revd. Fred.,
-, Revd. Geo.,
-, Sir Hen., Bt.,
-, Rob.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, Wm. Hen.,
-, fam.,

cheese,

chemical works,

Cherry Hinton, see Hinton

Cheshire, see Alderley

Chester:
-, Magdalen, w. of Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Rob.,

Chesterford, Gt. (Essex),

Chesterton,
-, n
-, almsho.,
-, Arbury Camp, q.v.
-, bdry.,
-, Boxworth fee,
-, bridges,
-, Cambridge sewage farm, see Cam
-, bridge
-, cemetery,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, Chesterton Hall,
-, Chesterton Tower, see Chesterton:
-, rectory
-, ch.,
-, new,
-, commons,
-, Community Coll.,
-, ct.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fen,
-, ferries,
-, ferry est.,
-, fields,
-, football stadium, see Cambridge
-, guilds,
-, Harvey Goodwin Home,
-, hosp.,
-, housing est.,
-, Howes, q.v.
-, hund.,
-, n
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, Innovation Centre, see St. John's Col
-, lege
-, inns and aleho.,
-, land in,
-, local board,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, New Chesterton,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, poorlaw union,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem:,
-, prison,
-, rly.,
-, rectors, and see Alice
-, rectory,
-, ho. (Chesterton Tower),
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rowncliff,
-, Rowses,
-, rural dist.,
-, sch.,
-, Science Pk., see Trinity College
-, sewage farm, see Cambridge
-, social institutions,
-, sports grounds,
-, suburban growth,
-, tithes,
-, town land (Church and Town est.),
-, 'twelve men',
-, urban dist.,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars, and
-, see Craister; Walker, Ric.
-, Victoria Asylum,
-, village green,
-, workho.,

Chesterton (Hunts.),

Chettoe:
-, Eliz., see Mason
-, John,
-, Marg., see Butler
-, Mary,
-, fam.,

Chetwynd (Salop.),

chevage,

Cheyney:
-, Anne, m. Sir John Willoughby,
-, Cath., w. of Edm.,
-, Cath., w. of Sir Wm., see Pabenham
-, Edm. (d. 1376),
-, Edm. (d. 1430),
-, his daus.,
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Vaux, Ld. Vaux,
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1316-77, more than one),
-, John (d. after 1428),
-, John (fl. 1432), rector of St. Mic.,
-, Long Stanton,
-, Sir John (d. 1489),
-, Laur. (d. 1461),
-, Laur. (fl. 1547),
-, Margery,
-, Nic.,
-, Reynold,
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1335),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1514),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1242-7),
-, Wm. (d. 1269, ? another),
-, Wm. (d. 1345),
-, Sir Wm. (d. after 1393),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1500),
-, fam.,

Cheyneys manor, see Stanton, Long

Chichester (Suss.), bp. of, see Story,
-, Edw.

Childerley:
-, Cath. of, dau. of Wm.,
-, Cath. of, ? w. of John,
-, Hen. of (fl. 1194-1217),
-, Hen. of (fl. 1242),
-, Hen. of (fl. 1302),
-, Isabel of, w. of Wm., m. Thos.
-, Lackford,
-, John of (d. by 1238),
-, John of (fl. 1316-27),
-, Roger of,
-, Thos. of,
-, Wm. of,

Childerley (Cambs.),
-, Childerley Hall,
-, n
-, ch.,
-, ct.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, Gt. Childerley,
-, ind. and trade,
-, Lit. Childerley,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, pk.,
-, pop.,
-, rectors, and see Bridgeman;
-, Robinson, Geo.
-, rectories,
-, residents,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Childerley Gate, see Drayton, Dry

Childs, Wm.,

China,

Chinnora (unidentified),

Chipping Warden, see Warden

Chittering, see Waterbeach

Chivaler, Bart. le, and see Knight

Chivers:
-, John (fl. 1851),
-, John (d. 1929),
-, Phil.,
-, Stanley,
-, Steph.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Chivers (and Sons) Ltd. (Chivers Farms
-, Ltd.),
-, and
-, see Histon: jam factory

Chivers-Hartley trading co.,

cholera,

Cholmley:
-, Cath., see Scrope
-, Sir Ric.,

Christ Church, Oxford, dean of, see
-, Smith, Dr. Sam.

Christian, Ewan,

Christian Knowledge, Soc. for Promot
-, ing, see Society

Christ's College (formerly God's
-, House), Camb.,
-, master, see Watson, John

Church End, see Cottenham; Histon;
-, Oakington; Over; Rampton; Stan
-, ton, Long; Swavesey

Church (of England) Temperance Soc.,

Church of England Trust Soc.,

circus,

Clare:
-, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester,
-, fam.,

Clare College (formerly Hall), Camb.,
-, master, see Byng; Dillingham

Clark:
-, Grace,
-, Mrs. R. (née Bell),
-, Somers,
-, fam., and see Clerk

Clavering, John of, s. of Roger
-, FitzRoger,

Clay:
-, Sir John,
-, Wm. Keatinge, vicar of Waterbeach,

Clayhithe, see Waterbeach

Cleave, W. O., rector of Graveley,

Clergy, Corporation of the Sons of the,
-, see Corporation

Clerk, Adam, rector of Landbeach,
-, and see Clark

clerk, Rob. the, see Robert

Clever, John, rector of Dry Drayton,

Clifford, Hen., rector of Landbeach,

Clifton:
-, Joan, ? w. of Sir John,
-, Sir John,
-, his sis., m. Sir John Knyvett,

Clive Vale nurseries,

clover,

Cnut, King,

coachbuilding,

coal, distribution of,

coal trade,

Cobb:
-, Eleanor, see Francis
-, Geof.,

Cock, Rose,

Cockayne:
-, Eliz., w. of Thos.,
-, Judith, w. of Thos.,
-, Marian Charlotte Emily, m. F. D.
-, Ryder,
-, Thos. (d. by 1738),
-, Thos. (d. by 1781),
-, Thos. (d. 1809),
-, his w.,
-, Thos. (d. 1852),
-, fam.,

Cockerton, fam.,

Coffin, see Pine-Coffin

Coke:
-, Geo., bp. of Hereford,
-, Thos.,

Cokenach, in Barkway (Herts.),

Cole:
-, Wm. (d. 1782), antiquary,
-, Wm. (fl. 1786),
-, Wm. (fl. 1840),
-, fam.,

coleseed,

Collin, Rob., and see Collyn

Collin brook,

Collins, Sam., provost of King's Coll.,
-, Camb., rector of Milton,

Collyn:
-, John, vicar of Madingley,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., and see Collin

Colville:
-, Anne de, m. Dedric of Somerton,
-, Cecily de, see St. Vedast
-, Emma de, w. of Hen.,
-, Hen. de (fl. 1223-35),
-, Hen. de (fl. c. 1290),
-, Hen. de (fl. c. 1285, 1310), rector of
-, Lolworth,
-, Sir Hen. de (fl. 1317, d. c. 1360),
-, Maud de, w. of Hen., see Stanton
-, Maud de, w. of Phil., m. Sir Rob.
-, Baynard,
-, Phil. de (fl. 1279),
-, Phil. de (d. c. 1311),
-, fam.,
-, arms,

Colvilles manor, see Stanton, Long

Comberton,

common, rights of, and stint,
-, intercommoning,

Compton:
-, Spencer, marquess of Northampton,
-, fam., earls of Northampton,

Comyn, Eliz., m. Ric. Talbot,

Congregationalists,

Conington:
-, Agnes of, see Bradenham
-, Alice of, m. Hen. of Boxworth,
-, Joan of, dau. of Rob.,
-, John of (fl. 1316-43, ? more than one),
-, Nic. of,
-, Ric. of,
-, Rob. of (fl. 1120-35),
-, Sir Rob. of (d. by 1279),
-, Wm. of,
-, fam.,

Conington (Cambs.),
-, aero club,
-, bdry.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, commons,
-, Conington Hall,
-, n,
-, ct.,
-, Dansetts man.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Elsworths man.,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, guild,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, inn,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. meeting,
-, pk.,
-, pop.,
-, rectors, and see
-, Brown, Thos.; Martin, Edw.
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, Smiths man.,
-, tithes,
-, village green,
-, woodland,

Conington (Hunts.), n,

Constable, Keeble,

constable, Reynold the, see Reynold

constable, Simon s. of Ric. the, see
-, Simon

Constance, dau. of Alan, earl of Rich
-, mond, see Alan (III), vct. of Rohan

Cook:
-, Agnes, w. of Hen.,
-, Alice, w. of Wm., m. 2 Wm. Barne,
-, Audrey, w. of Thos.,
-, Francis,
-, Hen. (d. 1535),
-, Hen. (fl. 1553-1609),
-, John (fl. 1381),
-, John (fl. 1609),
-, Thos.,
-, W. T.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Cooksey, J. F.,

Coolidge:
-, Calvin, president of U.S.A.,
-, John,

Coombe:
-, Fanny,
-, Thos., rector of Girton,

Cooper:
-, John,
-, Sir Ric. Powell, Bt.,
-, his dau., see Barker, Mrs. M. M.
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

coopering,

Copley:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Coppard, Wm., rector of Graveley,

coprolites,

Corbin, Sam.,

corn merchants,

Cornewall:
-, Eleanor, see Lowe
-, Sir Thos.,

Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy,

Corpus Christi College, Camb.,
-, est.,
-, masters, fellows, and members,
-, and see Sowode

Cory:
-, John (d. 1727), rector of Landbeach,
-, his grddau., m. Rob. Masters,
-, John (fl. 1728), vicar of Waterbeach,

Coton,

cottages, unlawful,

Cottenham:
-, Alice of, w. of Gilb.,
-, Aubrey of,
-, Gilb. of,
-, John of,
-, Wal. of,
-, fam.,

Cottenham, Baron and earl of, see Pepys,
-, C. C.

Cottenham (Cambs.),
-, n
-, almsho.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, Burdeleys or Harlestones man.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, cheese,
-, ch.,
-, Church and Causeway est.,
-, Church End,
-, commons,
-, ct.,
-, Crowlands man.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, Ely man.,
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fen,
-, ferry,
-, fields,
-, Green End,
-, Harlestones man., see Cottenham:
-, Burdeleys
-, housing est.,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, inns and aleho.,
-, land in,
-, Lisles man.,
-, lodes,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mkt.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, Pelhams man.,
-, pop.,
-, rly.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, Sames man.,
-, sch., and see Cotten
-, ham: village coll.
-, 'seven men',
-, Small Holders' Soc.,
-, tithes,
-, village coll.,
-, village greens,
-, woodland,

Cottenham, Rampton, and Willingham
-, drainage dist.,

Cotton:
-, Alex., rector of Girton,
-, Alice, w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Anna Maria, m. Ric. Archer
-, Houblon,
-, Anne, dau. of Francis,
-, Adm. Sir Chas., Bt. (d. 1812),
-, Commodore Chas. (d. 1818),
-, Frances, m. Dingley Askham,
-, Francis,
-, his s.,
-, Jane, dau. of Sir John,
-, Jane, w. of Sir John, see Hinde
-, Joan, dau. of Sir John,
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1689),
-, Sir John (d. 1702),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1713),
-, Sir John Hinde, Bt. (d. 1752),
-, Sir John Hinde, Bt. (d. 1795),
-, Marg., see Craggs
-, Maud Susanna, m. Adm. Sir Ric.
-, King,
-, Philadelphia, dau. of Sir Chas.,
-, Philadelphia, w. of Sir Chas.,
-, Phil.,
-, Rob.,
-, Sir St. Vincent, Bt.,
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1662),
-, n
-, Thos. (d. 1729),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, arms,

Coulson, fam.,

Coupland:
-, John (fl. 1325-54), rector of Elsworth,
-, John (fl. 1346, ? another),

court, suit of,

Courtenay, Sir Peter,

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

Coventrys manor, see Drayton, Dry

Cowdell End, see Elsworth

Cowell, W. J.,

Cox, Ric., bp. of Ely,

Crafts Hill, see Drayton, Dry

Craggs, Marg., m. Sir John Hinde Cot
-, ton, n

Craig:
-, David, rector of Knapwell,
-, fam.,

Craister, Dr. John, vicar of Chesterton,

Craven, earl of,

Crawley, Thos.,

Crawley, Husborne (Beds.),

Cressoner:
-, Marg., see Scrope
-, Wm.,

Creswick, H. R.,

Crewe, Thos., rector of Papworth St.
-, Agnes,

Creyk, Wal.,

cricket,

Crisp, Fred.,

Croft, Ric.,

Crofts:
-, Edw. (d. by 1628),
-, Edw. (d. 1649),
-, his sons,

Cromwell:
-, Oliver, Ld. Protector,
-, Ric.,
-, Robina, m. Peter French,
-, Thos.,

Cropley, John, rector of Girton,

Cropredy, Ralph of, rector of St. And.,
-, Histon,

crops, rotation of, and number of fields,

crops and produce, selected or less com
-, mon, see asparagus; butter; celery;
-, cheese; clover; coleseed; cucum
-, bers; flax; garlic; hemp; leeks; let
-, tuces; mangolds; mustard; onions;
-, peat and turf; potatoes; rape; reed
-, gathering; rhubarb; saffron; sage;
-, sallows; sugar beet; teasels; turnips;
-, walnuts; willows

Cropwell:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Cross, fam.,

Crosse, C. H., vicar of Impington,

crosses, market or roadside,

Crouch, John, chaplain,

Crow, Rob.,
-, his w.,

Crowcombe:
-, Clarice of, ? dau. of Godfrey,
-, Godfrey of,
-, Joan of, see Somery

Crowland (Lincs.), abbey,
-, abbot, see Thurcytel
-, est.,
-, jurisdiction,
-, patronage,

Crowlands manor, see Cottenham;
-, Drayton, Dry; Oakington

Crown, eccl. patronage of (inc. Ld.
-, Chancellor),

Crown Trading Co.,

Croxton, Thos.,

Croxton (Cambs.),

Cubitts (firm),

cucumbers,

Cuddock, Francis Thos.,

Cumberland: Carlisle, bp. of, see May,
-, John

Cumbria nurseries,

Custance, Wm.,

customs, see folklore for cross references

customs and services, see chevage; court,
-, suit of; fishsilver; food farm; ger
-, sum; heriots; herring silver; leyr
-, wite; maltsilver; merchet; tallage;
-, ward penny; widow's marriage;
-, wine silver; works, tenants'

Cuthbert, Edw.,

Cutts:
-, Anne, 1st w. of Sir John,
-, Anne, 2nd w. of Sir John, see Weld
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John,
-, Joanna, sis. of John, Ld. Cutts, ? m.
-, John Russell,
-, Sir John (d. 1521),
-, John (d. 1528),
-, Sir John (d. 1555),
-, Sir John (d. 1615),
-, Sir John (d. 1646),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1670),
-, Sir John (one of the above),
-, John, Ld. Cutts (d. 1707),
-, Marg., m. John Acton,
-, Ric. (fl. c. 1510),
-, Ric. (d. 1669),
-, Ric. (d. after 1679),
-, Sibyl, w. of Sir John, m. John
-, Hutton,
-, fam.,
-, arms,

cycle making,

cycling, and see motor cycle
-, scrambles

Dacres:
-, Alice, see Winde
-, John,

Daintree:
-, Eliz., see Dodson
-, John,
-, Capt. John Cole,
-, John Dodson (d. 1873),
-, John Dodson (d. 1952),
-, John Osborn,
-, Ric. (d. c. 1884),
-, Ric. (d. 1888),
-, Rob.,
-, S. A.,
-, fam.,

Daintry:
-, Edw. (two of the name),
-, John (d. 1587),
-, John (d. 1602),
-, his children,
-, fam.,

dairying, see butter; cheese; Derbyshire
-, cows; Friesian cattle; Leicester-
-, shire: cows

Dalton, Mrs. Alice Pamela Gwatkin,

Dam brook,

d'Amory, see Amory

dancing, and see Morris
-, dancing

Danes, see Denmark

Danseth, see Dansey

Dansetts manor, see Conington

Dansey (Danseth):
-, Thos. (? more than one),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Darell, Wm.,

Darlington, E. H., and his w.,

Darwin, Sir Horace,

Daude, Emery, vicar of Oakington,

Davidson, Rob.,

Davison:
-, F. W. (? more than one),
-, M. J.,
-, fam.,

Dawson, Sewell,

Day:
-, Jas.,
-, Mat., rector of Lolworth,

de Freville, see Green, fam.

debt, pleas of,

deer,

Defence, Ministry of, as landowner,

demesne, ancient or royal,

Dence, Thos.,

Denmark, Alexandra of, see Alexandra

Denmark,
-, Danes, see Cnut; Thorkell
-, Danish occupation,

Denne, Hen.,

Denny and Denny Abbey, in Water
-, beach,
-, abbey,
-, est.,
-, patronage,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, man.,
-, residents,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, Templars,

Denny End, see Waterbeach

Denson:
-, John,
-, Jonathan,
-, fam.,

depopulation, see settlement

Deptford, F. W., (Over) Ltd.,

Derby, earl of, see Stanley, Edw., Thos.,
-, and Wm.

Derbyshire cows,

Desborough:
-, Eliz., m. Mat. Holworthy,
-, Dr. Jas.,
-, Rose, w. of Sam.,
-, Sam.,
-, his bro.,
-, fam.,

Despenser:
-, Alan,
-, Hugh,
-, Wm.,

Deumars, Bart.,

Devon, and see Downe, East; Hart
-, land

Dickens, Nic., rector of Elsworth,

Dickerson, Leonard,

Diddington (Hunts.),

Dillingham, Dr. Theophilus, master of
-, Clare Coll., Camb.,

Dimock, fam.,

Dinan:
-, Alan de,
-, Gervaise de, m. Ric. Marshal, earl of
-, Pembroke,
-, Roland de,

Ditton, Fen,

Dive, Boselin de,

Dobson, J. R., rector of Elsworth,

Docksey:
-, Agnes Anne,
-, Thos.,

Docwra, Thos.,

Dodson:
-, Ann, see Berry
-, Berry,
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Daintree,
-, Jane, m. John Osborn Daintree,
-, John (d. 1779), n
-, John (d. 1784),
-, John (d. 1857),
-, John (d. 1865),
-, Thos. (? more than one),

Dorchester (Oxon.), bp. of, and
-, see Aethelric; Eadnoth; Wulfwig

Dorset, marquesses of, see Grey, Hen.
-, and fam.

Dorset, see Gillingham; Lulworth

dovecots,

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

Downe, Wm., and his w. Mary,

Downe, East (Devon),

Downham,

Downing, Sir Geo.,

Downing College, Camb.,

Downs, Wm., vicar of Over,

Dowsing:
-, John, rector of Cottenham,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

dramatic societies,

Drayton:
-, Giffard of, see Giffard
-, Ric. of (Ric. s. of Roger),

Drayton, Dry,
-, n
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, Bar Hill, q.v.
-, Chambres man.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, Childerley Gate,
-, ch.,
-, commons,
-, ct.,
-, Coventrys man.,
-, Crafts Hill,
-, Crowlands man.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Dry Drayton Ho.,
-, Duck End,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, guilds,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, inns,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, pk.,
-, pop.,

Drayton, Dry (cont.)
-, rectors, and see Smith, Dr.
-, Sam. and Wm.; Winkfield
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, road to,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicars,
-, village green,
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Drayton, Fen,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, commons,
-, ct.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, Elney,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fen,
-, ferry,
-, fields,
-, guild,
-, Honey Hill,
-, housing est.,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, inns and aleho.,
-, Knyvetts Hall man.,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, Offords man.,
-, par. council,
-, Pollard fee,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, road to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village green,
-, woodland,

Druell:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Peryent,
-, her daus.,
-, Joan, dau. of Ric.,
-, Joan, w. of Wm., see Michell
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, his daus.,
-, Wm. (d. 1458),
-, Wm. (d. 1485),

Dry Drayton, see Drayton, Dry

Dryden:
-, Anne, m. - - Pigott,
-, John,

Du Cros, M. A.,

Dublin, abp. of, see Hampton

Duck End, see Drayton, Dry; Girton;
-, Graveley

ducking stool,

Duncombe:
-, Col. Octavius,
-, Capt. Wal. Hen. Octavius,

Dunn, T. W.,

Dunn Nutritional Laboratory,

Dunning:
-, Mic., rector of Knapwell,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Dunstable, Wm., rector of Graveley,

Duport, Dr. Jas., dean of Peterborough,
-, rector of Boxworth,

Durham, bp. of, and see Bek, Ant.;
-, Langley, Thos.

Dutchman, see Netherlands

Dyer:
-, Geo.,
-, Sir Jas.,
-, Marg., see Elyot

Dykes Bower, S. E.,

Eaden, J. F.,

Eaden, Spearing, and Raynes (solici-
-, tors), and their fam.,

Eadnoth (II), bp. of Dorchester,

Earith,

East:
-, Alex. (d. by 1569),
-, Alex. (fl. 1570),
-, Cath., w. of Alex., m. 2 Owen Rad
-, cliffe,
-, Marg., see Gower
-, Thos. (fl. 1547),
-, Thos. (fl. 1570-98),
-, Thos. (d. 1625),
-, Thos. (fl. 1640-74, ? more than one),

East Anglia, ealdorman of, see Aethel
-, wine

East Anglian Regional Hospital Board,

East Huntingdonshire Water Co.,

Eastern Electricity Board,

Easy, fam.,

Eayre:
-, Jos.,
-, W. F.,

Eddeva (the fair, fl. 1066),

Edinburgh,

Edleston, R. W.,

Edward the Confessor,

Edward I,

Edward II,

Edward III,

Edward VII, as prince of Wales,

Edwards:
-, Hen.,
-, Sir Jas., Bt.,
-, Jane, m. Jenkin Thos. Phillips,
-, John,
-, Mary, see Kirby

eels,

Eleanor of Provence, queen of Hen. III,

electronics,

Elizabeth I,

Ellington (Hunts.),

Ellis son of Ginant,

Ellis:
-, Edw.,
-, J. C. Williams, vicar of Madingley,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Elm Hall, see Wanstead

Elmes:
-, Anne, w. of John,
-, Edm.,
-, Eliz., see Brown
-, John (d. 1491),
-, John (d. 1541),
-, John (d. 1624),
-, John (d. 1652),
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Elmney, see Waterbeach

Elney, see Drayton, Fen

Elrington, Edw.,

Elsworth:
-, Eliz. of, w. of Thos.,
-, Geof. of,
-, Geo. of,
-, John of (d. after 1249),
-, John (fl. 1316-c. 1360),
-, Thos. of (fl. 1279, ? more than one),
-, Thos. of (d. by 1316, ? another),
-, Thos. of (fl. 1316, more than one),
-, Thos. of (fl. 1371),
-, Wm. of,
-, fam.,

Elsworth (Cambs.),
-, almsho.,
-, bdry.,
-, Broad End,
-, Brockley End,
-, Brook End,
-, Caxton Gibbet,
-, Hotel,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, commons,
-, ct.,
-, Cowdell End,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, Grave,
-, guilds,
-, housing est.,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, inns and aleho.,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, pop.,
-, rectors, and see Holworthy,
-, Mat.; Whincop; Wood, Thos.
-, atte
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, road to,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Elsworth Metalwork and Engineering
-, Co.,

Elsworth Rock,

Eltisley, fam.,

Eltisley (Cambs.),
-, Papley,

Ely,
-, abbey:
-, abbots, see Beorhtnoth
-, abbots' steward,
-, est.,
-, archdeacons, and see
-, Lavington
-, official,
-, bp.,
-, and see Alcock; Arun
-, del; Cox; Eustace; Grey, Wm.;
-, Gunning; Heton; Hotham; Lisle,
-, Thos. de; Mawson; Niel; Sparke,
-, Bowyer Edw.; White, Francis;
-, Wren
-, arms,
-, chamberlain, see Ralph
-, est.,
-, jurisdiction,
-, official,
-, patronage,

carriage to,

cathedral,
-, dean and chapter,
-, prebend,
-, precentor,
-, prior and convent,
-, Prior Crauden's chapel,
-, priory,
-, sch., headmaster,

dioc.,

Dioc. Board of Patronage,

Dioc. Educ. Board,
-, gaol delivery,
-, glass mus.,
-, Needham's char. sch.,
-, rly.,
-, roads to,

Ely, Isle of,

Ely fee, see Over; Papworth St. Agnes

Ely manor, see Cottenham

Elyngham:
-, Joan, w. of John,
-, John,

Elyot:
-, Marg., w. of Sir Thos., m. 2 Sir Jas.
-, Dyer,
-, Sir Thos.,

embanking and draining,

emigration,

Emmanuel College, Camb.,
-, master, see Archdale; Holbeach

Enderby:
-, Eleanor, m. Francis Pigott,
-, Eleanor, w. of Ric., see Trumpington
-, John,
-, Ric.,

Enderbys manor, see Girton

Enfield (Mdx.),

Engaine:
-, Eliz.,
-, Joan, m. Sir Baldwin St. George,
-, Joan, w. of John,
-, John (fl. 1347),
-, Sir John (fl. 1383),
-, Sir John (fl. 1347, 1362, d. c. 1395,
-, one or two others),
-, Marg., see Haye
-, Mary, m. Wm. Blyton,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

engineeering
-, and see agricultural
-, machinery

English, Hen. Hampden,

Enterprise Nurseries,

epidemics, see Black Death; cholera;
-, plague; typhoid

Erasmus,

Erickson, Arthur,

Ermine Street, see Old North Road

Essex:
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Essex:
-, ealdorman of, see Beorhtnoth
-, land in,
-, residents,
-, and see Arkesden; Chesterford, Gt.;
-, Horham Hall; Rickling; Tilbury;
-, Tilty; Wanstead

Eu, Gilb. of, s. of Guy,

Eustace, bp. of Ely,

Eustace, sheriff of Huntingdonshire,

Eve, Simon s. of, see Simon

Evelyn-White, C. H., rector of
-, Rampton,

Everard, Wm.,

Everingham, Hen.,

Eversden,

Evison, John,

Ewsden, Mat.,

Eynesbury (Hunts.),

Eynsham (Oxon.), abbey,

Faceby, Roger, and his w. Cath.,

Fafiton, Rob., see Robert

Fairfax, Wm., and his w. Agnes,

fairs, see Cambridge: Stourbridge;
-, Cottenham; Girton; Impington;
-, Milton; Rampton; Swavesey;
-, Waterbeach

Faith, see Society for the Maintenance
-, of the Faith

Family of Love,

Fardell:
-, Hen., vicar of Waterbeach,
-, his w., see Sparke, Bowyer Edw.
-, Jeremiah,

Fawcett, W. M.,

fell mongers,

felons, assoc. for prosecuting,

felons' chattels,

fen and marsh reeves or keepers,

Fen Ditton, see Ditton

Fen Drayton, see Drayton, Fen

Fen End, see Milton; Over; Waterbeach;
-, Willingham

Fen Stanton, see Stanton, Fen

Fenn:
-, John,
-, Revd. Jos.,

Fercles, John de,

Fermour (or Hobson), fam.,

Ferrers of Groby, Lds.,

ferries, see Chesterton; Cottenham;
-, Drayton, Fen; Waterbeach

Feugeres:
-, Alan de (fl. 1199-1218),
-, his w.,
-, Alan de (fl. 1246, ? another),
-, fam.,

field drainage,

field reeves or keepers,

Fielding, fam.,

film shows,

Finch:
-, Revd. Hen.,
-, Rob., rector of Rampton,
-, (formerly Ingle), Wm. Finch,

Finch-Hatton:
-, Revd. Dan. Heneage,
-, Edw. Hatton,
-, Geo. Dan.,
-, Nigel Montagu,
-, Wm. Rob.,
-, fam.,

fire engines and brigades,

fires,
-, and see arson

Fisher:
-, O. P., rector of Graveley,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., his s., rector of Girton,
-, Mr. (fl. 1737),

Fisher Webster & Son,

Fishers of Cambridge,

fishing and fisheries,
-, and see angling; eels

fishponds,

fishsilver, and see herring silver

Fishwick:
-, Alice, w. of John,
-, John,

Fitch, Adam, curate of Cottenham,

FitzJohn:
-, Joan, see Burdeleys
-, John (fl. 1247),
-, John (fl. 1361),

FitzRoger:
-, Margery, see Zouche
-, Rob.,
-, his s. John, see Clavering

Fitzwilliam, John, rector of Cottenham,

Fitzwilliam Museum, see Cambridge
-, university

Flamstead (Herts.),

Flanders, art from, and see
-, Sluys

flax,

Flaxman, John,

Fleetwood, Chas., rector of Cottenham,

flint mining,

flooding,

flower and vegetable shows, see horticul-
-, tural shows

flowers grown commercially,
-, roses tithed,

Foliot, Rob.,

folklore and customs,
-, and see beating bounds; har
-, vest suppers; Plough Monday;
-, 'rough music'; skimmingtons

food farm or rent,

football (campball, camping),

Ford:
-, Dr. A. R.,
-, Geo.,

Fordham,

Forester, Pulter, rector of Knapwell,

Foresters, Ancient Order of,

Fortrey:
-, Sam. (d. 1680),
-, Sam. (d. 1688),
-, Theodora, see Joscelyn
-, Wm.,

Foster:
-, Chas. Finch (d. 1866),
-, Chas. Finch (fl. 1870),
-, Ebenezer,
-, Ebenezer Bird,
-, Edm.,
-, G. E. (fl. c. 1900),
-, Geo. Ebenezer (d. 1870),
-, fam.,

Fowler:
-, John, rector of Rampton,
-, T. F.,

Fowler (cont.)
-, Thos., curate of Dry Drayton,

fowling,

foxhunting (coverts, hunters),

France:
-, Bayeux, bp. of, see Odo
-, Frenchman as Domesday tenant,
-, king of, adherence to,
-, nuns from,
-, resident,
-, war with,
-, and see Angers; Avignon; Bon Repos;
-, Brittany; Gascony; Paris; Rohan

franchises, and
-, see amercements; assault; assize;
-, bloodshed; debt; felons' chattels;
-, frankpledge; fugitives' goods; gal
-, lows; hamsocn; infangthief; pillory;
-, return of writs; slander; strays; tres
-, pass; tumbrel; vee de naam; waif;
-, warren, free

Francis:
-, Eleanor, m. Geof. Cobb,
-, J. C. W.,
-, J. S., rector of Willingham,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. Musgrave,
-, W. H.,
-, W. M.,

Franciscan nuns,

Frankland, Sam.,

Franklin, Sam.,

frankpledge, view of,

free warren, see warren

Freeman:
-, Ant.,
-, (formerly Girton), fam.,

Freisel, John,

French:
-, Peter, minister of Cottenham,
-, Robina, see Cromwell
-, fam.,

French Ladys manor, see Stanton, Long

Frenchman, see France

Frend, Wm., vicar of Madingley and of
-, All Saints, Long Stanton,

Frere:
-, Alice, m. 1 Denis Lopham, 2 Sir John
-, Rodenhale,
-, Cecily, see Lyons
-, Eliz., m. John Thorpe,
-, Joan, m. - - Burman,
-, Marg., m. John Michell,
-, her daus.,
-, Thos.,

Frescheville:
-, Cardon de,
-, Wm. de,

Freville:
-, Geo.,
-, Nic.,
-, Rob.,
-, Rose, w. of Rob.,
-, Thomasine, m. Chris. Burgoyne,
-, fam., and see Green (later de
-, Freville), fam.
-, arms,

friars, see Carmelite friars

friendly societies,

Friends of Friendless Churches,

Friesian cattle,

Frohock:
-, Jacob,
-, Thos., & Co.,
-, fam.,

Froment, fam.,

fruit, see orchards

fruit canning, see Histon: jam factory

Fry, Maxwell,

fugitives' goods,

Fulbourn,

Fuller, Dr. John, master of Jesus Coll.,
-, Camb.,

fulling,

Fulthorp:
-, Edith, see Hore
-, Thos.,

Furneaux:
-, John de, rector of Boxworth,
-, Rob. de,

Furneux Pelham, see Pelham

Furthoe:
-, John,
-, Thos., vicar of Chesterton,

Fynor:
-, John,
-, Mariot, w. of Wal.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wal.,

Fynors fee, see Over

Gage, fam.,

Gainsborough, Rob., vicar of All Saints,
-, Long Stanton,

Gale, Roger,

Gallacher, Jean,

Galloway, E. E., rector of Papworth
-, Everard,

gallows,

Galon, Thos.,
-, his w.,

Gamlingay,

Gape, John,

Gardiner:
-, Cecily, dau. of Humph.,
-, Cecily, w. of Humph., m. 2 John
-, Penhallo,
-, Eliz., w: of Humph.,
-, Humph. (d. 1620),
-, Humph. (fl. 1642),
-, Humph. (d. by 1681),
-, fam.,

Gardner:
-, Harriet, see Haslam
-, Revd. Phil.,
-, Phil. Thos. (d. 1838),
-, Phil. Thos. (d. 1868),
-, Phil. Thos. (d. 1935),
-, Rob. Cotton Bruce,
-, fam.,

garlic,

Gascony,

Gaunt, John of,

Gavelock:
-, Alice, w. of John,
-, John (d. after 1371),
-, John (fl. after 1373),
-, Wm.,

Gavelocks manor, see Over

Gee, Revd. Wal, and his w. Sarah,

Gell, see HamiltonGell

Geoffrey, vct. of Rohan,

George the Chamberlain, see Chamber
-, lain

Germany, and see Hamburg

Gernon, Rob.,

gersum (gressum),

Ghent:
-, Gilb. of (d. c. 1095),
-, his dau.,
-, Gilb. (d. 1242),
-, Wal. of,
-, fam.,

Giant's Hill, see Rampton

Gibbons, Grinling,

Gidden, Jas.,

Giffard of Drayton,

Giffard (Gifford):
-, John (fl. 1655),
-, John (fl. 1700),
-, Ralph,
-, Reynold,
-, Rob.,
-, Roger (d. 1224),
-, Roger (fl. 1235),
-, Roger (fl. 1270, ? another),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Gilbert son of Alan,

Gilbert son of Thorold,

Gilbert, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Gilbert, John,

Gilbey, John,

Giles, Revd. Chas. Wm.,

Gillingham (Dors.),

Ginant, Ellis s. of, see Ellis

Girton:
-, Rob. of,
-, fam., see Freeman

Girton (Cambs.),
-, n
-, almsho.,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, bdry.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, Coll., see Girton College
-, commons,
-, ct.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Duck End,
-, Enderbys (or Pigotts) man.,
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, golf club,
-, guilds,
-, housing est.,
-, Howes, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, inns and aleho.,
-, land in,
-, Leicester fee,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, Pigotts man., see Girton: Enderbys
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Quincy fee, see Girton: Winchester
-, Ramsey man.,
-, rectors, and see Cotton, Alex.;
-, Hinde, Thos.; Pemberton, Jer-
-, emy
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, suburban growth,
-, tithes,
-, vicars,
-, village green,
-, Winchester (Quincy) fee,
-, woodland,

Girton College, Camb.,

Glanville, Ranulph de,

glass blowing,

Glasscock, fam.,

Gloucester, earls of, and see Clare,
-, Ric. de

gloving,

Goad:
-, Matthias,
-, Dr. Roger, provost of King's Coll.,
-, Camb., rector of Milton,
-, Thos., rector of Milton,

Goda (fl. 1066),

Godfrey:
-, Ann, m. Adm. Chas. Wager Purvis,
-, Prime,
-, Prime, & Sons Ltd.,

Godmanchester (Hunts.),

Godolphin:
-, Francis, earl of Godolphin,
-, Henrietta, dchss. of Marlborough,
-, Mary, m. Thos. Osborne, duke of
-, Leeds,

Godric the hawker (fl. 1066),

Godric (fl. 986-92), s. of Athelstan
-, Mannesson,

God's House, Camb., see Christ's College

Godwine (fl. 1066),

Gold (fl. 1066),

Golden End, see Stanton, Long

Goldington, Alf. of,

Goldsmith, John, and his w. Marg.,

golf,

Gonell, see Gunnell

Gonville Hall, Camb.,
-, master, see Wood, Thos. atte
-, and see Caius College

Goodfellow Metals,

Goose Hall, see Waterbeach

Gore brook,

Gorst, Sir John,

Gospel, Society for the Propagation of
-, the, see Society

Gostwick, Anne, m. Ant. Hinde,

Gotch, J. A.,

Gotobed:
-, Hen., curate of Milton,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Gower:
-, Marg., w. of Ralph, m. 2 Alex. East,
-, Ralph,
-, fam.,

Grace:
-, Hen.,
-, Sarah, w. of Hen.,
-, Sarah Anne, m. Hen. Piper Sperling,
-, fam.,

Grafham (Hunts.),

Granby, Hen., master of Michaelhouse,
-, Camb., rector of Elsworth,

Granger:
-, Eliz., w. of John, m. 2 Wm. Strode,
-, (later Leman), John,

Gransden, Lit.,

Granta Windings Ltd.,

Grantchester:
-, Agnes of, dau. of John,
-, John of (fl. 1240),
-, John of (fl. 1302),
-, John of (fl. after 1338),
-, Ric. of,
-, fam.,

Grantchester (Cambs.),

Graunt, fam.,

Grave:
-, Eliz., see Thoroughgood
-, Geo.,
-, fam., and see Graves

Grave (Cambs.), see Elsworth

gravel extraction (commercial),

gravel pits (parish),

Graveley, Rob. of, see Hall

Graveley (Cambs.),
-, airfield,
-, bdry.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, commons,
-, ct.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Duck End,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, inns or aleho.,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. meeting,
-, pop.,
-, rectors, and see Trotter
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, village greens,
-, woodland,

Graves, fam., 23; and see Grave

Gray, H. J., & Sons, 25; and see Grey

Great Eastern Railway,

Greaves, Hen.,

Green (Greene):
-, Alice, see Heveningham
-, Simon,
-, Thos. (fl. 1549),
-, Thos. (fl. 1737-80), rector of Cottenham,
-, Wm., vicar of Chesterton,
-, fam.,
-, (later Green de Freville), fam.,

Green End, see Landbeach; Stanton,
-, Long

Greene, see Green

Greenham, Ric., rector of Dry Drayton,

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

Grey:
-, Cath., dau. of Hen.,
-, Hen. de (fl. 1328),
-, Hen., duke of Suffolk, marquess of
-, Dorset (d. 1554),
-, Hen. (fl. 1651), rector and vicar of
-, Long Stanton,
-, John de, of Wilton,
-, Mary, dau. of Hen.,
-, Peter,
-, Reynold,
-, Ric. de, Ld. Grey of Wilton,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm., bp. of Ely,
-, fam., marquesses of Dorset,
-, and see Gray

Grieve, see Macfarlane-Grieve

Grimston Hall, in Trimley St. Martin
-, (Suff.),

Gringley:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Gringleys manor, see Stanton, Long

Groce, Mr. (fl. 1910),

Gropius, Wal.,

Grosmont, Hen. of, see Henry

Gualo, cardinal, papal legate,

guilds, see under parishes

Gunnell (Gonell):
-, Thos.,
-, Wm., rector of Conington,

Gunning, Peter, bp. of Ely,

Gunniss:
-, Freshney,
-, Freshney, his s., rector of Knapwell,

Gurney:
-, Johanna Cornelia, see Wragg
-, Theodore Thos.,

Guthmund (fl. 1066),

Guy, Gilb. s. of, see Eu, Gilb. of

Gwalter, Marg., m. Thos. Matthews,

Gwydir, Ld., see Burrell, Peter

gymkhana,

Gynes:
-, Margery de, w. of Ric.,
-, Ric. de,
-, Ric. de, his s.,

Haddenham,

Hadham, Lit. (Herts.),

Haggar, fam.,

Haighton:
-, Nat., rector of Graveley,
-, Ric.,

Halfhead:
-, Edm., rector of Girton,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Hall:
-, Dennis, vicar of Impington,
-, Geo., vicar of St. Luke, Chesterton,
-, Hen.,
-, Marg., see Kirby
-, Mic.,
-, Ralph,
-, Rob. (fl. 1279), 'of Graveley',
-, Rob. (fl. 1279, ? another),
-, Rob. (fl. 1280, another), rector of
-, Graveley,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1764),
-, Wm. (d. 1847),
-, Wm. Wilson,
-, fam.,

Hall brook,

Hall End, see Milton: Fen End

Hallen, fam.,

Halls, Cath.,

Haltoft, Gilb.,

Hamburg (Germany),

Hamilton Gell, Arthur Wolfe, rector of
-, Dry Drayton,

Hammond:
-, Hen., rector of Lolworth,
-, John,

Hamond:
-, Geo., rector of Papworth Everard,
-, Col. R. T.,
-, and see Parker Hamond

Hampden:
-, Alex.,
-, Eliz., see Langley
-, and see Hampton

Hampshire Down sheep,

Hampton, Chris., abp. of Dublin, vicar
-, of Chesterton, and see Hampden

hamsocn,

Hanslope, John, vicar of All Saints,
-, Long Stanton,

Hanslope (Bucks.),

Harding:
-, Rosamund, dau. of W. A. H.,
-, Col. Thos. Wal.,
-, Wal. Ambrose Heath,

Hardwick,

Hardwicke, earl of, see Yorke, Phil. and
-, Phil. Chas.

Harleston:
-, Agnes, m. Thos. Scroggs,
-, Giles,
-, Hen. (fl. 1392),
-, Hen. (fl. 1429),

Harleston (cont.)
-, Ives,
-, John,
-, Marg., ? w. of Hen.,
-, Roger,

Harlestones manor, see Cottenham:
-, Burdeleys

Harlestons manor, see Madingley: Marhams

Harold, Earl,

Harris:
-, John (fl. 1405-12),
-, John (d. 1659),
-, John (fl. 1666),
-, Marg., w. of Wm.,
-, Martha, see Tempest
-, Ric.,
-, Simon,
-, Wm. (d. 1628),
-, Wm. (d. by 1628), his s.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1602, 1639, ? more than
-, one),
-, fam., and see Herrys

Harrogate (Yorks. N.R.), Coll.,

Harston,

Hartland (Devon), Abbey,

harvest suppers and horkeys,

Harvey, Hen., master of Trinity Hall,
-, Camb.,

Harvey Goodwin Home, see Chesterton

Harward, fam.,

Hasell:
-, Eliz., see Kirkby
-, Geo.,
-, Rob. (fl. 1533),
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1585), curate of Milton,
-, fam.,

Haslingfield,

Haslop, Hen., rector of Dry Drayton,

Hastang:
-, Maud, see Strange
-, Thos.,

Hastings:
-, Joan, see Wells
-, Sir Ric.,

Hastingtoft:
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Hatton:
-, Alice, w. of Sir Chris.,
-, Anne, dau. of Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1619),
-, Sir Chris., (d. 1638),
-, Sir Chris., Bt. (d. 1683),
-, Sir Chris., Bt. (d. 1720),
-, Eliz., m. Sir Ant. Aucher,
-, Eliz., m. R. H. Wood,
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Rob.,
-, Eliz. Ann, dau. of Sir Thos.,
-, Frances, dau. of Sir Thos.,
-, Harriet, m. Revd. Phil. Gardner,
-, Harriet, w. of Sir Thos., see Askham
-, Joan, see Shute
-, John (d. 1587),
-, Sir John (d. 1740),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1811),
-, Mary, see Alington
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1658),
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1682),
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1685),
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1733),
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1787),
-, his daus.,
-, Sir Thos., Dingley, Bt.,
-, fam.,
-, and see
-, Finch-Hatton
-, arms,

Hawker:
-, Alan,
-, Roger,
-, Simon,

hawker, Godric the, see Godric

hawker, Sawin the, see Sawin

Hawley:
-, Eliz., see Smith
-, Hen. (d. 1756),
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (fl. 1807),
-, Jas.,

Haye:
-, Bart. de la, rector of Cottenham,
-, John de la (fl. c. 1280),
-, John de la (fl. 1301), rector of Pap
-, worth Everard,
-, Sir John de la (d. 1340),
-, Marg. de la, m. Sir John Engaine,
-, Wm. de la (d. 1316),
-, Wm. de la (d. 1349),
-, fam.,

Hayes:
-, Dan., rector of Papworth St. Agnes,
-, Wm., rector of Papworth St. Agnes,

Haynes, Hezekiah,

Haynes Owen trust,

haywards, common,

Headley:
-, Hen.,
-, his daus.,
-, fam.,

Hedenham, John of,

Hemington:
-, John,
-, fam.,

hemp,

Henley-on-Thames (Oxon.),

Henry I,

Henry II,

Henry III,

Henry VI,

Henry VII,

Henry VIII,

Henry, prince of Wales,

Henry of Grosmont, duke of Lancaster,

Henry, duke of Richmond,

Henry, John,

Henstock:
-, Francis Wm., rector of Dry Drayton,
-, Simon,

herdsmen, common,

Hereford, earl of, see Bohun

Hereford, bp. of, see Atlany; Coke, Geo.

Herefordshire, see Richard's Castle

heriots,

hermit,

Hermitage, the, see Willingham

Heron, Sir John,

herring silver,

Herrys, John, and see Harris

Hertfordshire, and see Berkhampstead; Bonsall; Cokenach;
-, Flamstead; Hadham; Pelham,
-, Brent; Pelham, Furneux; Pirton;
-, Royston; St. Albans; Shenley;
-, Stortford; Tring

Hervey the monk,

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

Hetherington:
-, Eliz., sis. of Wm.,
-, Wm., rector of Dry Drayton,

Heton, Martin, bp. of Ely,

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

Hewlings, R. B.,
-, his w.,

Heybridge:
-, Agnes of, see Picot
-, Joan of, m. Roger of Huntingfield,
-, Wm. of,

Higgs, Wm.,

Higham, Rob.,

Hill, Wm., rector of Elsworth,

Hilperton (Wilts.),

Hilton (Hunts.),

Hinchingbroke (Hunts.),

Hinde:
-, Agnes, see Maples
-, Anne, see Gostwick
-, Ant.,
-, Edw. (d. 1631),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1633),
-, Eliz., see Lawrence
-, Francis (fl. 1543), chaplain of Howes,
-, Sir Francis (d. 1696),
-, Jane, m. Sir John Cotton,
-, Sir John,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos., rector of Girton,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Hinton, Cherry,

Hinxton,

Hirst, Thos., rector of Boxworth,

Hipswell (Yorks. N.R.),

Histon,
-, n
-, bdry.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, Church End,
-, commons,
-, ct.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, guilds,
-, Histon Manor,
-, hosp.,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade, and see
-, Histon: jam factory
-, inns,
-, jam factory (Chivers, Victoria Works,
-, later Orchard Factory),
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, Orchard Factory, see Histon: jam factory
-, par. council,
-, parishes of St. And. and St. Etheldreda,
-, pk.,
-, pop.,
-, rly.,
-, rectors,
-, rectories,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, suburban growth,
-, tithes,
-, vicarages,
-, ho.,
-, vicars, and see Scaife,
-, John
-, Victoria Works, see Histon: jam factory
-, village green,

Histon Concrete Products Ltd.,

Histon Co-operative Homes Soc.,

Hobbledod, Adam,

Hobbledods manor, see Swavesey

Hobridge, Wm. of,

Hobson:
-, Anne (or Agnes), m. Wm. Knight,
-, her daus.,
-, Cath., m. - - Winde,
-, Cath., w. of Thos., see Pepys
-, Chas.,
-, Thos. (d. 1631),
-, Thos. (d. 1627), his s.,
-, Thos. (d. 1667),
-, Thos. (fl. 1665-74),
-, fam., and see Fermour

Hoc (fl. 1066),

hockey, and see ice hockey

Hodson:
-, Chris.,
-, fam.,

Holbeach, Dr. Thos., master of Emmanuel Coll., Camb.,

Holborn (Lond., formerly Mdx.),

Holborne, Theophilus, rector of Lolworth,

Holcroft, Francis,

Holdy, Nic., vicar of Swavesey,

Holford:
-, Hen.,
-, Joan, w. of Hen., see Shute

Holland, Joan, m. 1 Edm. of Langley,
-, duke of York, 2 Wm. Willoughby,
-, Ld. Willoughby, 4 Hen. Bromflete,

Holman:
-, John,
-, Ric. (d. by 1678),
-, Ric. (d. ? 1679),

Holmby House (Northants.),

Holt, Francis, rector of Boxworth,
-, his w. and dau.,

Holworthy:
-, Eliz., see Desborough
-, Mat. (d. 1728),
-, Mat. (d. 1826), rector of Elsworth,
-, his children,
-, Mat. (d. 1836), rector of Elsworth,
-, (formerly Smith), Sam.,
-, Susannah, dau. of Mat.,
-, fam.,

Holywell (Hunts.),
-, Holywell cum Needingworth man.,

Honey Hill, see Drayton, Fen

Hooke, Wm., rector of Girton,

Hooley:
-, Ernest Terah,
-, his w.,
-, Terah Franklin,

Hore:
-, Edith, m. Thos. Fulthorp,
-, Gilb. (d. 1453),
-, Gilb. (d. 1498),
-, Joan, see Tulyet
-, John (d. c. 1415),
-, John (fl. 1434),
-, John (d. 1471),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Horham Hall (Essex),

horkeys, see harvest suppers

Hornbuckle, T. W., vicar of Madingley,

Horne, Mrs. (fl. 1875-82),

Horningsea,

horse breeding,

horse racing,

Horseheath,

Horseley:
-, Eliz., see Lowe
-, Marg.,

horticultural shows and societies,

horticulture, see flowers; market gardens; orchards; vineyards

hospital (modern), see Cambridge: Addenbrooke's; Chesterton; Histon;
-, Papworth Everard: Papworth
-, Hosp.

Hospitallers,

Hotham, John, bp. of Ely,

Hotot, John,

Houblon:
-, Anna Maria, see Cotton
-, Geo. Bramston,
-, Ric. Archer,

Hough (Lincs.), priory,

Houghton:
-, Eleanor, see Lowe
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

housing associations,

Housman, T. D.,

Howes, in Cambridge, Chesterton, Girton, and Impington,
-, Howes mare,

Howgrave:
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,

Howland:
-, Eliz., m. Wriothesley Russell, duke
-, of Bedford,
-, Eliz., w. of John,
-, John,

Hubald:
-, Denise, m. - - of Nafford,
-, Hugh (fl. 1086),
-, Hugh (d. c. 1219),

hue,

Hugh, prior of Barnwell,

Huguenot,

Humphrey, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Humphrey, John,

Hundred Houses Association,

Hunsdon, Ld., see Carey

Hunt, John,

hunter, Aubrey the, see Aubrey

hunting, see foxhunting

Huntingdon, Nic. of, ? rector of
-, Rampton,

Huntingdon:
-, archdeacon, see Lunn, Wm.
-, honor,
-, priory,
-, rly.,
-, residents,
-, road to,
-, gallows near,

Huntingdonshire,
-, arch. soc., see Cambridgeshire and
-, Huntingdonshire
-, bdry.,
-, M.P.,
-, nonconf.,
-, Peasants' Revolt,
-, sheriff, see Eustace
-, and see Abbotsley; Broughton;
-, Buckden; Chesterton; Conington; Diddington; Ellington;
-, Eynesbury; Godmanchester;
-, Grafham; Hilton; Hinchingbroke; Holywell; Huntingdon;
-, Kimbolton; Offord Cluny;
-, Offord Darcy; Papworth St.
-, Agnes: Huntingdonshire; Paxton, Gt.; Ramsey; St. Ives; St.
-, Neots; Sawtry; Southoe; Stanton, Fen; Stow Longa; Stukeley,
-, Gt.; Toseland; Waresley; Yelling

Huntingfield:
-, Joan of, see Heybridge
-, Roger of (d. 1257),
-, Roger (d. 1302),
-, Roger (d. 1337),
-, Wm. of (d. by 1297),
-, Wm. (d. 1313),
-, Wm. (fl. 1351),
-, his s.,
-, fam.,

Huntingfields manor, see Boxworth

Hurrell:
-, Hen.,
-, Hen. Wm.,
-, fam.,

Husborne Crawley, see Crawley

Hutchinson, R.,

Hutton:
-, Eliz., see Lawrence
-, John (d. 1501),
-, John (d. 1596),
-, Mat., abp. of York, rector of Boxworth,
-, Rob.,
-, Roger,
-, Sibyl, see Cutts
-, Thos. (d. 1506), archdeacon of Lincoln,
-, Thos. (d. 1552),
-, Thos. (fl. 1555),
-, fam.,

ice hockey,

ice houses,

Ickleton, Mowbrays man.,

Idlicote (Warws.),

Illingworth, W. H.,

immigration,

Impington:
-, Alan of,
-, Alex. of,
-, his s., see Lord, Alex. le
-, Avice of, dau. of Alan,
-, Isabel of, dau. of Alan,
-, John of,
-, Thorold of,

Impington (Cambs.),
-, n
-, Arbury Camp, q.v.
-, bdry.,
-, Burgoynes man.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, commons,
-, ct.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, Ferme Part man.,
-, fields,
-, Gt. Impington,
-, guild,
-, hotel,
-, Howes, q.v.
-, Impington Hall,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, inns,
-, land in,
-, Lit. Impington,

Impington (cont.)
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, Manor Place Part,
-, mkt.,
-, mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, pk.,
-, pop.,
-, rly.,
-, rectory,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch., and see Impington:
-, village coll.
-, suburban growth,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars, and see Mickleburgh;
-, Wiborough
-, village coll.,
-, village green,
-, woodland,

implements, see agricultural implements

Independents,

industrial estates,

industry and trade, see agricultural
-, implement making; agricultural
-, machinery; basket making; boat
-, building; box making; brewing and
-, breweries; brick and tile making;
-, chemical works; coachbuilding;
-, coal trade; coopering; coprolites;
-, corn merchants; cycle making; electronics; engineering; fell mongers;
-, fishing; flint mining; fowling; fulling; glass blowing; gloving; gravel
-, extraction; Histon: jam factory;
-, horse breeding; industrial estates;
-, kennels; laundries; leather goods;
-, malt and malting; metalworking;
-, mineral water making; pharmaceuticals; printing and publishing;
-, pump making; radio equipment;
-, ropemaking; scientific apparatus;
-, seed merchants; sieve making; soap
-, and candle making; sports equipment making; straw bonnet making; tinplate works; watchmaking;
-, weaving; well boring

infangthief,

Ingle (later Finch), Wm. Finch, see
-, Finch

Inglis, J. G.,

Ingold the priest,
-, his s.,

'Inicius', St.,

inmates, unauthorized,

Innovation Centre, see St. John's College

intercommoning, see common

Intervet Laboratories,

Ireland, John, rector of Graveley,

Ireland:
-, Dublin, abp. of, see Hampton
-, ld. chief justice,

Isleworth (Mdx.),

Italy, n
-, Italians, and see Lombards
-, and see Rome; Vercelli

Ithell, Thos., master of Jesus Coll.,
-, Camb.,

Ivatt:
-, C. E.,
-, Jas.,
-, R. M.,
-, Rob. (d. 1843),
-, Rob. (d. c. 1860),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Jackenett, Thos.,

Jackson, Wm.,

jam factory, see Histon

James I,

Jenkins, J. G.,

Jenks, Wm., rector of Graveley,

Jermy:
-, Edw. (d. 1644),
-, Edw. (fl. 1682),
-, Eliz.,
-, Joan, m. John Rant,
-, Joan, w. of Thos., see Steward
-, Mary, see Spencer
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1618),
-, Thos. (fl. ? 1656),

Jermyn:
-, Sir Ambrose,
-, Anne, see Heveningham

Jerusalem,
-, Hosp., see Hospitallers
-, Temple, see Templars

Jesuit (supposed),

Jesus College, Camb.,
-, chapel,
-, est.,
-, masters, see Fuller; Ithell; Reston

Jews, debts to,

Joan, queen of Alex. II of Scot.,

John, King,

John, vicar of Pelham,

John son of Simon,

John son of William,

John the chamberlain,

Johns, R. B.,

Johnson:
-, Edw., vicar of Milton,
-, John, vicar of Waterbeach,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Jolley, B. A.,

Jones, see Varrier-Jones

Joscelyn:
-, Theodora, m. Sam. Fortrey,
-, Torrell,

Judith, Ctss., w. of Earl Waltheof,