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A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 10, Westbury and Whitstone Hundreds. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1972.

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NOTE: A page-number prefixed by a dagger indicates a reference to a plate facing that page; a page-number in italics denotes a line illustration. The pages containing the substantive history of a parish are set in bold-face type. A page- number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page. Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may require elucidation: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Abp., Archbishop; Benj., Benjamin; Bp., Bishop; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; chap., chapel(s); char., charities; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church(es); Coll., College; Ctss., Countess; ct., court(s) (manorial &c.); Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; dom. arch., domestic archi- tecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gil., Gilbert; grds., grandson; Hen., Henry; hosp., hospital; ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katherine; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; man., manor(s); Marg., Margaret; mkt., market(s); m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; pk., park(s); Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; rly., railway; rem., remains; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; Sam., Samuel; sch., school(s); Sim., Simon; s., son; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; Vct., Viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William; wkho., workhouse.

Abdye, Edw.,

Abenhall, Hugh of, Joan, w. of
-, Reynold (d. 1341), John of (d.
-, 1316), John of (fl. 1346),
-, Ralph of (d. 1301),
-, Ralph of (s. of preceding),
-, Ralph of (fl. 1346, another),
-, Reynold of (d. 1341),
-, Reynold of (fl. 1346), Sibyl, w.
-, of Reynold (d. 1341), fam.,

Abenhall,

Abergavenny (Mon.),

Abingdon, John,

Abraham, Vicar of Woolaston,

Abraham, Rog., Rector of Fretherne,

Adam the Fleming,

Adam, Alice ap, m. Thomlyn Huntley,
-, Eliz., see Gurnay; Hamon ap,
-, John ap (d. 1310),
-, n; John ap (fl. c. 1400),
-, Rob. ap, Thos. ap, fam.,

Adams, Wm.,

Adderley, John, Wm.,

Addis, Giles, John,

Adeane, Ric.,

Adsett, see Westbury-on-Severn

Advowson Farm, see Frampton on
-, Severn

Agathe, Wm. de, Rector of Woolaston,

Air Ministry,

Aldermaston (Berks.),

Aldred, Abp. of York,

Aldrex Ltd.,

Aldridge, Ric.,

Alfred, King of the West Saxons,

Algar, Brictric son of, see Brictric

Alice ap Adam, see Adam

Alkerton, in Eastington,
-, Amey Ct. (or Bradestones
-, Alkerton), chap.,
-, ct., fair,
-, n; fields, man.,
-, mkt.,
-, Puddleworth,

Alkington,

Allaston, see Lydney

Allen, Ralph,

Alley, Joan, m. Thos. Smart,
-, John,

Almondsbury,

Aluredston, see Woolaston

Alvington, n

America, chaplain to forces in,
-, emigration to, North, missionary
-, to,

Amey Court, see Alkerton

anchorites,

Andrew, Vicar of Churcham,

Andrew, Alice, Ric.,

Andrews, Ant., Vicar of Haresfield
-, and of Standish, Dorothy, w.
-, of John (fl. 1566), John (fl.
-, 1566), John (fl. 1630, another),
-, Ric. (fl. 1543), Ric.
-, (d. 1555, ? another), Ric.
-, (fl. c. 1585, s. of preceding),
-, Ric. (d. 1617, ? same as preceding),
-, Ric. (fl. 1630), fam.,

Antiquaries, Soc. of, of London,

ap Adam, see Adam

Apbevan, Owen,

apothecary,

Aram, John,

Arblaster, Wal.,

Archer, Edw., John,

architects, see Baker, C.; Blomfield,
-, Sir Arthur; Bodley, G. F.; Brandon,
-, John; Briggs, John; Carter,
-, ; Clarke, Wm.; Crisp, Hen.;
-, Garner, J. G.; Hugall, J. W.;
-, Jacques; Jones, Inigo; Keck, Ant.;
-, Kempson, F. R.; Medland and
-, Maberley; Niblett, Francis; Norton,
-, John; Parry, Sidney Gambier;
-, Planck, W.; Sidnell, Mic.; Smirke,
-, Sir Rob.; Southwell, Sir Edw.;
-, Strachan, John; Trew, H. F.;
-, Vulliamy, Lewis; Waller & Son;
-, Woodyer, Hen.

Arderne, Rog. de,

Ariconium, see Weston under Penyard

Arle brook,

Arlingham,
-, passage, see Newnham,
-, passage

Armstrong, John, Vicar of Tidenham,
-, later Bp. of Grahamstown,

Army Apprentices College, see Beachley

Arnold, Dorothy, m. Sir Thos. Lucy,
-, Isabel, w. of John, John,
-, Sir Nic.,
-, Ric., fam.,

arrows, service of providing,

Arthur, Hugh, Joan, see Gamage

Arundel (Arundell), Anne, w. of
-, John (d. 1590), Anne, w. of
-, John (fl. 1632), Cath., see
-, Chideock; Edm., Vicar of Tidenham,
-, Eliz., see Grey; John (d.
-, by 1479), John (fl. 1496),
-, John (d. by 1564, s. of preceding),
-, John (d. 1590), John (fl.
-, 1632), John (fl. 1701,
-, 1736), Thos., Wm.,
-, fam.,

Arundel, Earl of, and see
-, FitzAlan, Hen.; FitzAlan, Humph.;
-, FitzAlan, John (d. 1421); FitzAlan,
-, John (d. 1435); FitzAlan,
-, Ric.; FitzAlan, Thos.; FitzAlan,
-, Wm. (d. 1487); FitzAlan, Wm. (d.
-, 1544)

Arundell, see Arundel

Ashton, John of,

Ashwell Grange, see Woolaston

Aspley, Joan, see Dooding

Aston Blank, vicar of, see Huntley,
-, Wadham

Astry, Sir Sam., fam.,

Athrwys, Morgan ap, see Morgan

Atkinson, Geo.,

Atkyns, Ric.,

Attwooll, John, & Co.,

Audley, Hugh de (fl. 1316),
-, Hugh de, Earl of Gloucester (d.
-, 1347), Iseult, see Ballon;
-, Jas. (d. 1334), Jas. (d. 1369),
-, n

Auger, Gillian daughter of, see Gillian

Augusta, w. of Fred., Prince of
-, Wales,

Aumfray, Rob., Rector of King's
-, Stanley,

Aune, Adam de, Eliz., see Bath;
-, John de (fl. 14th cent.), n;
-, John de (fl. 1466), Marg., w.
-, of Wm., Phil. de,
-, Wm. de, fam.,

Aust, passage, see Beachley,
-, passage

Auti (fl. 11th cent.),

Automatic Malting Co.,

Avenell, Nic., Rob.,

Avonmouth, see Bristol

Avranches, Hugh d', Earl of Chester,

Awre, Gatcombe in,

Aylburton, John (fl. 1580), John
-, (fl. 1622), Jos., Mary, dau.
-, of Sam., Mary, w. of Thos.,
-, Mitchell, Sam., Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. 1539), Wm. (fl. 1614),
-, Wm. (fl. 1647), Wm. (fl.
-, 1662, ? same as preceding), Mr.
-, (fl. early 18th cent.),

Ayleford, see Newnham

Ayleway, John, Rob., fam.,

Badams Court, see Tidenham

Baderon, Wm. son of, see William

Badger, Sam.,

Badminton,

Baghott, Anne, see Wathen; Kynard,
-, Rector of King's Stanley and Vicar
-, of Prestbury, (formerly Wathen),
-, Sir Paul,

Bailey, Anselm, Hen., Wm.,
-, and see Bayly

Baker, C., (later Lloyd-Baker),
-, G. E. Ll., T. B. Ll.,
-, Thos. John Lloyd,
-, Wm., Vicar of Stonehouse and
-, Rector of Dowdeswell, fam.,
-, and see Lloyd-Baker

Ball, Sir Alex. John, Ingram,
-, John, Vicar of Woolaston (fl. 1562),
-, John (d. 1668), John (d.
-, by 1712), John (d. 1729),
-, Levi, Mary, w.
-, of John (d. by 1712), see Smith;
-, Mary, w. of Rob., Rob.,
-, Rector of Eastington (fl. 1581, 1613),
-, Rob (d. 1766), n,
-, Sam., fam.,

Ballon, Alice, w. of Hugh,
-, Hamelin de, Hugh le,
-, Iseult, w. of Wal., m. Hugh de
-, Audley, John de (fl.
-, 1227), John de (d. c. 1275),
-, Margery de, ? w. of John (fl.
-, 1227), Ric. le (fl. 1366, 1409, ?
-, more than one of the name),
-, Rog. de, Wal. de, Winebaud
-, de,
-, , dau. of Winebaud, m. of
-, Newmarch, , s. of John
-, (fl. 1227),

Banbury, Thos.,

Bangor cathedral, Dean of, see Cliff,
-, Wm.; Cliffield, Phil.

banks,

Baptists,

Barber, John,

bark, trade in,

Barker, Thos., Rector of Eastington,

Barling, Sir Gil.,

Barnard, Edw., Thos.,

Barnes, Edm., John,

Barnes, see Tidenham

barns, notable,

Barnsdale, John, Vicar of Frampton
-, on Severn, later Vicar of Cam,

Baron, see Barron

Barrington, Jane, see Guise; Shute,
-, Bp. of Durham,

Barron (Baron), John, Mary, w.
-, of Thos., Thos., Mr.
-, (fl. c. 1800),

Barrow, Chas., Edm. (d.
-, 1570), Edm. (d. 1641),
-, Eleanor, m. Thos. Savage,
-, Eliz., w. of Jas., Jas.,
-, John (fl. c. 1500), John (d. by
-, 1793), John (fl. 1806),
-, John (fl. 1815, ? same as preceding),
-, Martha Sophia, w. of T.
-, J. R., Ric. (fl. 1538), Ric.
-, (d. 1563, ? another), Ric.
-, (d. 1651), Ric. (d. 1777),
-, T. E. M., T. J. R.,
-, Thos. (d. 1683), Thos. (d.
-, 1736), Wal., Wm.,
-, fam., and see Berrow

Bartlett, Wm.,

Baskerville, Lawr., Thos.,

basket-making,

Bath, Aline of, m. Rob de Sapy,
-, n; Edm. of, Rector of Westbury-on-Severn
-, (fl. 1281), Edm. of
-, (fl. 1287), n; Eliz. of, m. Adam
-, de Aune, Hen. of, Nic.
-, of, fam.,

Bath, Abbey,
-, Abbot of, see Wulfgar

Bath and Wells, Bishop of,

Batherne, Ric., Wm.,
-, fam.,

Bayeux, Agnes, w. of Wal. (d. by
-, 1267), Hen. of, Lucy,
-, m. John de Wyke, Margery,
-, m. Adam Spilman, Rog. of,
-, Thos. of, Abp. of York,
-, Wal. of (fl. 1221), Wal. of
-, (d. by 1267, ? another), Wal.
-, of (fl. 1268),

Bayly, Dorothy, Eliz.,
-, m. Geo. Lloyd, Jane,
-, John (fl. 1479), John (fl. 1578),
-, Mary, Radegund,
-, Wm. (fl. 1545), Wm. (d. 1626),
-, Wm. (d. 1691),
-, Wm. (d. 1726),
-, fam., and see Bailey

Baynham, Sir Alex. (d. 1524),
-, Alex. (fl. 1614, 1625), Alice,
-, w. of Thos. (fl. 15th cent.),
-, Cecily, w. of Sir Geo., m. Sir
-, Chas. Herbert, Chris.,
-, Dan., Frances, m. Sir Hen.
-, Jerningham, Sir Geo.,
-, Jas., Joan, m. John
-, Vaughan, John, Jos.,
-, Ric., Rob., Thos.
-, (fl. 15th cent.), Thos. (d. 1611),
-, Wm., fam.,

Bays Court, see Westbury-on-Severn

Bayse, Eliz., m. Dan. Lea, Mary,
-, m. Jas. Sandford, Jas.,
-, John (fl. 1582), John (fl. 1658),
-, Jos., Thos., Wm.,
-, Vicar of Westbury-on-Severn,

Beach, John (d. 1821), John
-, (fl. 1821, s. of preceding), Wm.,

Beachley, in Tidenham,
-, Army
-, Apprentices Coll.,
-, chap., and see Beachley,
-, St. Twrog's chap.; fair, fisheries,
-, inns, man.,
-, mkt., passage,
-, perpetual curacy, St.
-, Twrog's chap., sch.,

Beale, John, Miles, Thos.
-, (d. 1784), Thos. (d. 1805),

Bearcroft, (fl. 1779), , w. of
-, (fl. 1779), see Rogers

Beard (Beerd), Chas., Edm.,
-, John (d. 1732), John (d. 1791),
-, John (fl. 1834), Nat.,
-, Paul, Sam., Thos. (fl.
-, 1683), Thos. (d. 1694, ?
-, another), Thos. (fl. 1798),
-, fam.,

Beard's Mill, see Stanley, Leonard

Bearman, Ena, see Pockett; G. A.,

Beaufort, Duke of,
-, and see Somerset,
-, Chas. Noel; Somerset, Hen.
-, (d. 1698); Somerset, Hen. (d. 1714);
-, Somerset, Hen. (d. 1745); Somerset,
-, Hen. (d. 1803); Somerset, Hen.
-, (d. 1853); Somerset, Hen. Chas.;
-, Somerset, Hen. Chas. Fitzroy

Beaumont, Cath., see Mowbray; John,
-, Vct. Beaumont,

Beaurepair, see Haresfield

Beck, L. A., S. A.,

Bedford, Arthur, Ric., Vicar of
-, Tidenham and Lancaut,

Bedminster (Som.),

Beech brook,

Beeley, Wm., Archdeacon of Carmarthen,
-, Rector of King's Stanley
-, and of Stoke Golding,

Beerd, see Beard

Bell, Anne, m. Nat. Winchcombe,
-, Cath., w. of Wm., Eliz.,
-, m. Edm. Phillips, Wm.,

Bellamy, John,

bellfounders, see Barber, John; Eldridge,
-, Brian; Evans, Evan; Evans,
-, Wm.; Hendley, Rob.; Jefferies &
-, Price; Llewellyn & James; Mears,
-, C. & G.; Mears & Stainbank;
-, Palmer, John; Rudhall, Abraham
-, (d. 1735); Rudhall, Abraham (fl.
-, 1739, 1775); Rudhall, John; Rudhall,
-, Thos.; Rudhall, fam.; Taylor
-, & Co.; Warwick, Wm.; Whitmore,
-, Jas.; Whitmore, Wm. (fl. 1639,
-, 1657)

Bence, Wm.,

Bengough, John Chas. (d. 1913),
-, John Crosbie (d. 1916), Geo.
-, (d. 1856), Geo. Hen. (d. 1865),
-, Hen., trustees of,
-, Nigel Jas., P. H. G.,
-, fam.,

Bennett (Bennet), Edith, m. Wm.
-, Selwyn, Eliz., J. W.,
-, John, Jos. (fl. 1817, 1839),
-, Jos. Ric. (fl. 1863, 1894),
-, Leonard, Thos. (d. c.
-, 1598), Thos. (fl. 1630),
-, Wm. (fl. 1578), Wm. (fl.
-, 1627), , monumental mason,
-, fam.,

Beornwulf, King of Mercia,

Berkeley, Cath., Hawise, w. of
-, John (d. 1349), Hen. of (d.
-, 1221), Hen. of (d. c. 1287),
-, Joan, w. of Hen. (d. c. 1287),
-, John of (d. by 1245),
-, John of (d. 1349), Letuaria, w.
-, of Rog. (fl. 1207), Margery, w.
-, of Maurice, Maud, m. Rob.
-, de Cauntelo, Maurice of,
-, Nic. of, Ralph of,
-, Rog. of (fl. c. 1131), Rog.
-, of (d. 1170, s. of preceding),
-, Rog. of (d. by 1191), Rog. of
-, (fl. 1207), Thos. of,
-, Wm., Rector of Blaisdon and
-, Abbot of Flaxley, fam.,

Berkeley,

Berkshire, residence in,

Bermondsey Priory (Surr.),

Berrow, John (fl. 1632), John
-, (fl. 1785), and see Barrow

Best, Anne, w. of J. S., J. S.,

Beswick, Mic., n

Betteridge F.,

Betts, Hen.,

Bible Christians,

Bicknor, English,

Biddle fam.,

Bigland, Anne, see Wilkins; Ralph,
-, Ric.,

Bigod, Rog., Earl of Norfolk (d.
-, 1270), Rog., Earl of
-, Norfolk (d. 1306),

Billing, John, Margery, see Gamage

Birchall, J. D.,

Bird, Ric., Sibyl, m.
-, Thos. Lloyd,

Birdwood, John,

Birdwood, see Churcham

Birmingham,

Bishop, Rob., Thos.,

Bishton, see Tidenham

Bisley, Hugh of,

Bisley, Daneway,

Bitton brook,

Black, Wm., Rector of Blaisdon,

Black brook,

Blacklow hundred,

Blaisdon, Baderon of, Ric. of
-, (fl. 1166), Ric. of (fl. early 13th
-, cent.), Ric. of (d. 1326),

Blaisdon, adv.,
-, agric., Blaisdon Hall,

Blaisdon (cont.)
-, ch., ch. ho., ct., dom.
-, arch., farms, fields, fire,
-, ind., inn, man., man.-ho.,
-, and see Blaisdon, Blaisdon
-, Hall; mill, nonconf., Nottswood
-, Hill, par. officers,
-, poor relief, pop., rectors
-, of, rectory, rectory ho.,
-, roads, sch., Stanley,
-, woodland,

Blaisdon Red, plum called,

Blaize Bailey, see Dean, Forest of

Blake, Wm. (fl. 1604), Wm.
-, (fl. 1606, ? same as preceding),

Blakeney, Ellis of, John, Wal. of,

Blamyre, Wm., Rector of Eastington,

Blanch, Alice, w. of Thos., Giles,
-, John (fl. 1688), John (fl.
-, 1756), Ric., Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Blayne (Blaney), Alan, n

Bleith, see Blythe

Blewett, Ralph, Rowland,

Blomer, Wm., Vicar of Standish (fl.
-, 1498), (or Nicholson), Wm.,
-, Vicar of Wheatenhurst (fl. 1498,
-, 1532, ? same as preceding),

Blomfield, Sir Arthur,

Blount, Anne, see Stafford; John (fl.
-, 1289), John (fl. 1332),
-, Thos., Wal., Lord Mountjoy,
-, Mr.,

Bloxsome, Edw., W. H.,

Blythe (Bleith), Joan, w. of Wm.,
-, John, Wal., Wm.,

Blythe Court, see Newnham

Bodley, G. F.,

Boevey, Catherina, and see
-, Crawley-Boevey

Bohun, Eleanor de, m. Thos. of
-, Woodstock, Eliz., w.
-, of Humph. (d. 1322), Hen. de,
-, Earl of Hereford (d. 1220),
-, Hen. de (fl.
-, 1309), Humph. de (fl. 12th
-, cent.), Humph. de (d.
-, 1265), Humph. de, Earl of
-, Hereford (d. 1275),
-, Humph. de, Earl of Hereford
-, (d. 1298), Humph. de, Earl of
-, Hereford (d. 1322), Humph.
-, de, Earl of Hereford (d. 1361),
-, Humph. de, Earl of Essex, Hereford,
-, and Northampton (d. 1373),
-, John de
-, (d. 1292), John de, Earl
-, of Hereford (d. 1336), Marg.,
-, see Gloucester; Mary de, m. Hen.
-, of Lancaster,
-, Maud, see FitzPeter; Wm. de,
-, Earl of Northampton, fam.,

Boleyn, Anne, m. Hen. VIII,

Bollow, see Westbury-on-Severn

Bolton, Sir Geo., Wm.,

Bond, Alice, John, Wm.
-, (fl. 1543), Sir Wm. (fl. 1608),
-, n

Bondi (fl. 1066),

Bond's Mill, see Stonehouse

Borough House Farm, see Stanley,
-, King's

boroughs, see Frampton on Severn;
-, Newnham; Stanley, King's

Bosco, John de,

Boseley, see Westbury-on-Severn

Botloe hundred,

Botreaux, Isabel, see Moels; Wm. de,
-, fam.,

Boughspring, see Tidenham

Boughton, Ann, John, Jos.,
-, Wm., fam.,

Boulsdon, Eliz., Rob.,
-, Thos., Wm. of,

Boulsdon, see Newent

Bourchier, Ant., Gabriel,

Bournside Farms Ltd.,

Bower, Hen., John, n; Sam.
-, (fl. 1613), Sam. (fl. 1686),
-, fam.,

Bowser, Alice, w. of John, Alice,
-, m. Thos. Featherstone, John,
-, Thos.,

Boxwell, n

Braban (Brabant, Broben), Edw.,
-, John (fl. 16th cent.), John (fl.
-, 1635), Rob., fam.,

Bradshawe, Nic.,

Braganza, Cath. of, m. Chas. II,

Brandon, Chas., Duke of Suffolk,
-, John,

Bradley, J. M.,

Bramley, John,

Bransford, Wulfstan, Bp. of Worcester,

Braybrook, Gerard, Joan, see
-, Raleigh

Brayne, Hen., John, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

bread and ale, assize of,

Breadstone, Ant. (fl. 1505, 1546, ?
-, more than one of the name),
-, Christine, w. of John (fl. 14th cent.),
-, Edm., John of (fl. 14th
-, cent.), John (fl. 1454, 1464),
-, John (fl. 1546, 1565),
-, Thos.,

Breedon, John Symonds, curate of
-, Leonard Stanley,

Breteuil, Rog. de, see FitzOsbern

Brether (Bryther), Rob., Vicar of
-, Longney, Wm., fam.,

Breton, Wm.,

Brewer, Anne Curtis, Thos.,

breweries,

Brice, E. C., Vicar of Newnham,

brick- and tile-making,

Brictric son of Algar,

Bridgemacot, see Longney

Bridgeman, Wm., Rector of King's
-, Stanley,

Bridgend, see Stonehouse

bridges, major, see Chepstow, bridge;
-, Chepstow, rly. bridge; Over,
-, bridge; Severn Bridge

Bridgett, Sam., Wm.,

Bridley, John, Ric.,

Briggs, John,

Brimpsfield,

Bristol,
-, Avonmouth, burgess
-, of, mayors of, merchants of,
-, n, named as address, n,
-, roads to,
-, St.
-, Augustine's Abbey, trade with,

Bristol and Gloucester Rly.,

Broadoak, see Westbury-on-Severn

Broadstock, Harriet Mary,

Broadwell,

Broben, see Braban

Brockweir, in Woolaston,
-,
-, fisheries, passage,

Brockworth, vicar of, see Parsons,
-, Roger

Brodrick, Anne, m. Thos. Trigge,
-, Rob. Napier,

Broke, Lawr. le,

Bromfield, Ellis of, Rector of Standish,

Bromsberrow, rector of, see Yate,
-, Hen. Gorges Dobyns

Bromwich, Edw., Eliz., see
-, Comyn; Isaac, Sir John,
-, Marg., see Codrington

Brooke, Lord, see Greville, Fulke
-, (d. 1710); Greville, Fulke (d.
-, 1711); Greville, Francis; Greville,
-, Rob.; Greville, Wm.

Brookend, see Woolaston

Brookthorpe,

Brotherton, Marg., Ctss. of Norfolk,
-, m. Wal. de Mauny, Mary, w. of
-, Thos., Thos. de, Earl of
-, Norfolk,

Brown (Browne), Chas., Ford
-, Madox, Giles, John (fl.
-, 1598), John (d. by 1607, ?
-, another), John (d. 1639, ? same
-, as John, fl. 1598), John
-, (fl. 1798), John, and Sons,
-, Ralph, Ric., Vicar of
-, Stonehouse and Rector of Great
-, Rissington, Sam.,
-, Sarah, w. of John, Thos.,
-, Misses (fl. 1856, 1870),

Browning, Alice, see Brydges; Cecily,
-, m. Guy Whittington, Eliz.,
-, Hester, John (fl. late
-, 14th cent.), John (fl. early
-, 15th cent., ? another), Ric.,
-, Thos., n; fam.,

Browning & Co.,

Brunel, I. K.,

brush-making,

Bruton Priory (Som.),

Bryan, Chas., Rector of Woolaston,
-, Thos.,

Bryant, Benj., fam.,

Brydges, Alice, w. of Thos. (d. 1408),
-, m. John Browning, Edm.,
-, Lord Chandos, Geo., Lord
-, Chandos, Giles, Lord Chandos
-, (d. 1467), Giles (fl. 1498),
-, Giles, Lord Chandos (d. 1511),
-, Giles, Lord Chandos (d.
-, 1594), Grey, Lord Chandos,
-, John, Lord Chandos,
-, Marg., w. of Giles (fl. 1498),
-, Thos. (d. 1408), Thos., Lord
-, Chandos (d. 1493), Wm. (fl.
-, 1549), Wm., Lord Chandos
-, (d. 1602), fam.,

Bryther, see Brether

Buckingham, Duke of, and see
-, Stafford, Edw.; Stafford, Hen.;
-, Stafford, Humph; Earl of, see
-, Woodstock, Thos. of

Buckle, Jerome, John, Rog.,
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Smith,
-, Temperance Maria, w. of John,
-, Wm., Mr. (fl. 1775), fam.,

Budge brook,

Bulley,

Bullo Pill, see Newnham

Bullock, Agnes, w. of Wm. (d. 1556),
-, Alice, w. of Thos. (d. 1545),
-, Clegg, Edm., Geo.,
-, John, Rob., Sam.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1533), Thos. (d.
-, 1545), Wm. (d. 1556),
-, Wm. (fl. 1572), Wm. (fl. c.
-, 1780), Wm. (fl. 1797, ? same as
-, preceding), fam.,

Burder, C. H., Creina, see
-, Morgan; Mary,

Burge, Leonard,

burgess, Peter the, see Peter

Burgh, Edw., Hen.,

Burghill, Basile, see Mynors; Hen. of,
-, Julia, w. of Rog. (d. 1303),
-, Pain of, Rog. of (fl. c. 1271,
-, 1301), Rog. of (d. 1303, s. of
-, preceding), Rog. of (fl.
-, 1334), Sibyl, w. of Rog. (fl.
-, 1334),

Burghill manor, see Westbury-on-Severn

Burland, Anna, see Gordon; (fl.
-, early 19th cent.),

Burley, John de,

Burne-Jones, Edw.,

Burr, Dan. (fl. 1808), Dan. Higford
-, Daval (fl. 1839), Hen.,
-, Jas. Hen. Scudamore, Vicar of
-, Tidenham, Jane, w. of
-, Jas. Hen. Scudamore, m. Francis
-, Lewis, Mary, see Davies

Burton, Long (Dors.),

Bury, Christine,

Bury Court, see Rodley

Bush, Mrs. A. G. de Lisle,
-, Claude de Lisle, Eleanor, see
-, Chideock; Geo. de Lisle,
-, Ralph, fam.,

Bushbury, Thos.,

Butler, Aumary, Beatrice,
-, see Park; Eliz., Isabel,
-, Jas., John (d. by 1359),
-, John (d. 1362), John (fl.
-, 1550), Nic., Vicar of Westbury-on-Severn,
-, Rob., W. J.,
-, Wm.,

Butlin, Wm., Vicar of Leonard
-, Stanley,

Butt, G. F., R. C.,

Butt & Skurray, firm of,

Buttington (Mont.),

Bygge, John, Thos. (fl. 1470),
-, Thos. (fl. 1575),

Bythewater, Edith, w. of Ellis,
-, Ellis,

Cadbury Bros. Ltd.,

Cadle (Cadul), Anne, w. of Wm. (d.
-, 1792), Cornelius, John,
-, Jos. (d. 1692), Jos. (fl. 1715),
-, Jos. (d. 1745, probably another),
-, Jos. (d. 1774), Jos. (d. c.
-, 1833), Jos. (fl. 1839),
-, Ric. (fl. 1729), Ric. (fl. 1792),
-, Thos. (fl. 1383), Thos.
-, (fl. 1856, 1880), Wm. (fl.
-, 1762), Wm. (d. 1792, ? same as
-, preceding), fam.,

Caerleon on Usk (Mon.),

Cage, John, n, Mary,
-, see Clifford

Cainscross, in Stonehouse,
-, char.,
-, ch., curates and vicars
-, of, and see Unwins, John
-, Geale; ind., inns,
-, mill, perpetual curacy,
-, sch., vicars of, see
-, Cainscross, curates

Cainscross and Ebley Co-operative Soc.,

Calton, John, Margery, see
-, Stanshawe

Cam, vicar of, see
-, Barnsdale, John

Cam, riv.,

Cambridge, Chas. Owen,
-, Mary, w. of Ric. Owen, Nat.,
-, Ric. (fl. early 18th
-, cent.), Ric. Owen (d. 1802),
-, and see Pickard-Cambridge

Cambridge, Jesus Coll.,

Camm, J. C., J. H. P. ,
-, w. of J. C.,

Camphill Village Trust,

canals, see Gloucester and Berkeley
-, Canal; Herefordshire and Gloucestershire
-, Canal; Stroudwater Canal

Cannock, Lancelot, Thos.,

Canterbury, Archbishop of,
-, and see Stigand

Capel (Capell), Edw., Ric. (fl.
-, 1581, 1592), Ric. (fl. 1602, s.
-, of preceding), Ric., Rector of
-, Eastington (fl. 1613, 1633),
-, Ric., Vicar of Haresfield (fl. 1679,
-, 1712), Wm. (fl. 1546),
-, Wm. (fl. 1639), Mrs., ? w. of
-, Ric. (fl. 1679, 1712),

Carbonel, Thos., Abbot of Gloucester,

Cardiff,

Carmarthen, Archdeacon of, see
-, Beeley, Wm.

Carpenter, Thos., Vicar of Westbury-on-Severn
-, and Sandhurst,

carpenter, Wm. the, see William

Carrick, Ric.,

Carter, Hen., M. F., R. H.,
-, Ric. , architect,

Caruthers, Edw. Palling,

Cary, Sir Hen., Nic., Rector of
-, Woolaston, Rob., Earl of
-, Monmouth,

Cashe's Green, see Stonehouse

Castle Eaton, see Eaton, Castle

Cauntelo, Eliz. de, m. Ric. Cheddar,
-, Margery, w. of Rog. (fl. late
-, 13th cent.), Maud, see Berkeley;
-, Ric. de, Rob. de (fl. late
-, 14th cent.), Rob. de (s. of
-, preceding), Rog. de (fl. 1185),
-, Rog. de (fl. late 13th cent.),
-, Rog. de (s. of preceding),

Ceawlin, King of the West Saxons,

Cerney, South,

Chadwick, Jas., Rector of King's
-, Stanley,

Chair, Eliz., w. of Hen., Hen. de,

Chamberlain (Chamberlayne), Abraham
-, (d. 1641), Abraham (fl.
-, 1647), Abraham (fl. 1647, s. of
-, preceding), Abraham (fl. 1680,
-, ? another),
-, Anne, w. of Abraham (fl. 1680), see
-, Lloyd; Anne, w. of Thos., see
-, Fream; Eliz., w. of John, Hen.,
-, John, T. H.,
-, Thos., fam.,

chamberlain, Luke the, see Luke;
-, Wm. the, see Farley

Chamberlayne, see Chamberlain

Chandler, Geo., Thos.,
-, fam.,

Chandos, Lord, see Brydges, Edm.;
-, Brydges, Geo.; Brydges, Giles
-, (d. 1467); Brydges, Giles (d. 1511);
-, Brydges, Giles (d. 1594); Brydges,
-, Grey; Brydges, John; Brydges,
-, Thos.; Brydges, Wm.

chantries, see Churcham; Eastington;
-, Frampton on Severn; Longney;
-, Newnham; Westbury-on-Severn

chaplain, David the, see David; John
-, the, see John; Nic. the, see Nicholas;
-, Patrick the, see Patrick; Steph.
-, the, see Stephen; Wal. the, see
-, Walter; Wm. the, see William

Chapman, Anne, m. Thos. Whorwood,
-, Eliz., w. of Ric.,
-, Hen., John, Oliver,
-, Ric., Mr. (fl. 1734),

Chapple (Chappell), J. T., John,
-, Vicar of Frocester,

charcoal-burning,

Charke, Hugh (fl. c. 1195),
-, Hugh (fl. 1227, ? another),
-, Hugh (fl. c. 1240, ? same as preceding),
-, Hugh (fl. 1255, ?
-, same as preceding),

Charlecote (Warws.),

Charles I,

Charles, Wm.,

Charlton, Lewis, Bp. of Hereford,

Chase Farm, see Tidenham

Chauncy, Chas., Eliz., see Lloyd

Chavenage, see Horsley

Chaxhill, see Westbury-on-Severn

Cheddar, Eliz., see Cauntelo; Jane,
-, m. Thos. Wykes, Ric.,

cheese-making,

Chepstow (Mon.), as a
-, regional centre, bridge,
-, cast.,
-, named as address,
-, port, roads
-, to, rly.
-, bridge, rlys.
-, St. Kynemark's Priory, vicar
-, of, see Seys, Wm.; and see Striguil

Chepstow Union,

Chester, Ric., fam.,

Chester, Earl of; see Avranches, Hugh
-, d'; Meschin, Ranulph le

Chestnut Farm, see Haresfield

Chetel (fl. 1066),

Cheyne, Margery, see Deerhurst

Chideock, Cath., m. Wm. Stafford,
-, John Arundell, Rog. Lewknor,
-, Cath., w. of John (fl. 1437),
-, Eleanor, w. of John (d. 1415),
-, m. Ralph Bush, Isabel, w.
-, of John (fl. 1338, 1370), John
-, (fl. 1338, 1370), John (d. 1415),
-, John (fl. 1437), fam.,

Chideock (Dors.),

'Chingestune',

Chinn, Anne, Eliz., w. of Jonathan
-, (fl. late 18th cent.), Eliz. (?
-, same as preceding), see Hayle;
-, John, n; Jonathan (fl. 1707),
-, Jonathan (fl. late 18th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl. 1692), Thos. (fl.
-, 1741), , m. Mr. Jones,
-, , m. Mr. Richardson,

chirched, ploughing-service called,

chocolate-making,

Cholditch, John,

Church Building Soc.,

Church End, see Frampton on Severn

church houses, see Blaisdon; Churcham;
-, Eastington; Frocester;
-, Moreton Valence; Newnham;
-, Randwick; Saul; Standish; Stanley,
-, Leonard; Westbury-on-Severn;
-, Wheatenhurst; Woolaston

church-scot,

Churcham, adv.,
-, agric., Birdwood,
-, Birdwood Common,
-, bridges, chant.,
-, char., ch.,
-, ch. ho., Churcham Ct.,
-, ct., dom. arch.,
-, farms, fields, inc.,
-, ind., inns,
-, Linton,
-, man., man.-ho.,
-, see Churcham, Churcham Ct.;
-, Morton, n, nonconf.,
-, Oakle Street, par. officers,
-, poor relief, pop.,
-, rectory, roads,
-, Rom. rem., sch., tithes,
-, vicarage, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars of, and
-, see Kingswood, Thos.; woodland,
-, and see Highnam; Over

Churchend, see Eastington; Longney;
-, Tidenham

Churchill, John, Sarah, see
-, Winston; Sir Winston, fam.,

Churchyard, Hen., Mary Ann,

Chute, Geo., Vicar of Frampton on
-, Severn,

cider, manufacture of,
-, trade in,

Cigogn , Engelard de,

Cinderford,

Cirencester, Abbey, n

Civil War incidents, see Eastington;
-, Framilode; Frampton on Severn;
-, Frocester, Highnam; Newnham;
-, Tidenham; Westbury-on-Severn

Clapton,

Clare, Gil. de, Earl of Pembroke (d.
-, c. 1148), Gil. de
-, (d. c. 1185), Gil. de, Earl
-, of Gloucester (d. 1314),
-, Isabel de, m. Wm. Marshal (d.
-, 1219), Joan de,
-, Ric. de, Earl of Pembroke,
-, Wal. de,
-, fam.,

Clarke (Clark), Francis, Ric.,
-, Sophia, Wm.,

Clay Coton, see Coton, Clay

Clayfield, Rob., Vicar of Longney,

Claypits, see Eastington

Clayton, Marg., Ric.,

Clearwell, in Newland,

Cleeve, see Westbury-on-Severn

Cliff, Wm., Vicar of Woolaston and
-, Dean of Bangor,

Cliffield, Phil., Vicar of Woolaston
-, and Dean of Bangor,

Clifford, Adelaide Hilda, w. of Hen.
-, Francis, m. J. A. T. Miller,
-, Alice, m. Wm. Teste, Anne,
-, w. of Jas. (d. 1544), m. Nic.
-, Wicks, Ant.,
-, Cath., w. of Wm. (fl. 1302, 1320),
-, Christian, w. of Edm. (d. by
-, 1681), m. Sam. Leet, Edm.
-, (d. by 1681), Edm. (fl. 1691),
-, Eliz., m. John Staure,
-, Geo., Henrietta Hilda Eliz.,
-, m. Peter F. S. Clifford, Hen.
-, (fl. 1328), n, Hen. (d.
-, 1452), Hen. (d. 1485),
-, Hen. (d. 1559),
-, Hen. (fl. 17th cent.), Hen.
-, Clifford (d. 1867),
-, Hen. Francis (d. 1917), Hen.
-, Jas. (d. 1891), Hugh de,
-, Jas. (d. by 1424),
-, Jas. (d. 1468),
-, Jas. (d. 1544), Jas.
-, (d. 1613),
-, Jas. (fl. 17th cent., another),
-, Joan, w. of Jas. (d. by 1424),
-, Joan, m. Upton,
-, John de (d. 1299), John
-, (fl. 1320, c. 1350), John (d.
-, 1397), John (fl. c. 1600),
-, John (d. 1684),
-, Marg., w. of Jas. (d. 1468), m.
-, Hyde, Marg., w. of Wal.
-, (fl. c. 1180), Margery, w. of
-, John (d. 1299), Mary, m.
-, John Cage, Mary, m. Nat.
-, Clutterbuck, Maud, w. of
-, Hen. (fl. 1328), n; (formerly
-, Winchcombe), Nat.,
-, (formerly
-, Haggie), Peter F. S., Rosamund,
-, dau. of John (d. 1684),
-, Rosamund, dau. of Wal. (fl. c.
-, 1180), Ric. de (d. by
-, 1213), Ric. de (fl. c.
-, 1225, 1236), Ric.
-, de (fl. 1294, 1303, another),
-, Ric. (d. 1658),
-, Sarah, w. of Ric. (fl. 1294,
-, 1303), Steph. de, n; Wal.
-, (fl. c. 1180, formerly Wal. son of
-, Ric. son of Pons),
-, Wal. de (fl. 1200, 1249, s. of
-, preceding), Wm. (fl.
-, 1302, 1320), Wm. (fl. early
-, 15th cent.), Wm. (fl. c. 1600),
-, fam., n,

Clifford Priory (Herefs.),

Clifton,

Clifton on Teme (Worcs.),

Clinton, John (fl. 1397), John,
-, Lord Clinton (fl. 1486), Wm.
-, de, Earl of Huntingdon, fam.,

Clissold, Augustus, Steph.,
-, Thos., Mr. (fl.
-, 1672),

cloth-marks, n, n, n,
-, n, n

cloth-mills and cloth-making,
-, and see dyeing;
-, weaving

Clowes, Dorothy,

Clutterbuck, Anne, w. of Ric. (d.
-, 1778), m. Wm. Fryer,
-, Bridget, see Mitchell; C. J.,
-, Cath. (fl. 1540), w. of , Cath.,
-, w. of Jasper (d. 1696), m. Wm.
-, Payne, Chas., Edm.,
-, Eliz., w. of Ric. (d. 1591),
-, n; Eliz., w. of Thos. (fl. mid
-, 17th cent.), see Fream; Eliz., m.
-, Rob. Oldisworth, Fabian,
-, Giles (d. 1760), Jas. (fl. 1770),
-, Jas. (d. 1786, probably
-, another), Jasper (d. 1627),
-, Jasper (d. 1696),
-, Jasper (d. 1752), Jasper
-, (d. 1782), Joan,
-, w. of Ric. (d. 1591), John
-, (d. 1524), n, John (d.
-, 1664), John (d. 1677),
-, John (d. 1680), John (d. 1839),
-, Josias, Marg., w. of
-, Jasper (d. 1627), Margery,
-, see Webb; Martha, m. Wm. Read,
-, Mary, w. of John (d. 1839),
-, Mary, w. of Nat., see
-, Clifford; Mary, w. of Wm. (d.
-, 1626), Nat., Ric.
-, (d. 1551), Ric (d. 1591),
-, n,
-, Ric. (d. 1623), Ric. (d. 1629),
-, Ric. (d. 1652), n; Ric.
-, (d. 1670), Ric. (d. 1677),
-, Ric. (d. 1714, of Millend),
-, Ric. (d. 1714, of Peckstreet),
-, Ric. (d. 1718), Ric.
-, (d. 1735), Ric. (d.
-, 1775), Ric. (d.
-, Ric. (d.
-, 1778, of Millend), Ric. (d.
-, 1778, of Peckstreet),
-, Ric. (fl. 1871), Rob.,
-, Sam., Sarah, m. Edw. Cox,
-, Sarah, m. John Hawker,
-, Thos. (fl. 1548), Thos.
-, (d. 1614), Thos. (d. 1666),
-, Thos. (fl. mid 17th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. 1696), Thos.
-, (d. by 1717), Thos.
-, (d. 1814), Wal. (fl. 1525),
-, Wal. (fl. 1547, 1554, ?
-, another), Wm. (d. 1588),
-, Wm. (d. 1609), Wm.
-, (d. 1626), Wm. (d. 1655),
-, Wm. (fl. 1695), Wm. (d.
-, 1698, another), n Wm. (d.
-, 1700), Wm. (d. 1705),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1707), Wm. (d.
-, 1727), Wm. (fl. 1755),
-, fam., fam. of
-, Millend, fam. of
-, Nastend and Frampton on Severn,
-, fam. of
-, Nupend, fam. of Peckstreet,
-, fam. of Stanley Ho.,

Cnut, king, n, n

coach-building,

coal, mining of,
-, trade in,

Coaley,

Cobham, Eleanor, see FitzAlan;
-, Reynold de,

Cockshoot, see Newnham

Codrington, Francis (d. 1557),
-, Francis (d. 1581), Giles,
-, Isabel, w. of Giles, Marg.,
-, m. Edw. Bromwich, Mary, w.
-, of Wm., Ric., Wm.,
-, fam., n

Coke, see Cooke

Colchester, Sir Duncombe,
-, Eliz., w. of John, Eliz., w. of
-, Ric., John, Maynard
-, (d. 1715), Maynard
-, (d. 1756), Maynard
-, (d. 1787), Maynard (d. 1860),
-, Ric., fam.,

Colchester-Wemyss, J. M., Sir
-, Maynard Francis (fl. 1944),
-, (formerly Wemyss and Wemyss-Colchester),
-, Maynard Willoughby
-, (d. 1930), Stella, w. of J. M.,
-, fam.,

Cole, S. T.,

Coleman fam.,

Colethrop, John of, Wm. of,

Colethrop, see Standish

Coley, Ralph,

Collier, Ant., curate of Moreton
-, Valence and of Wheatenhurst,
-, Rob.,

Collins, Fred., Hen., John
-, (fl. 1809, 1829), John (fl. 1839,
-, another), W. H., Wm.,

Coln Rogers, rector of, see Ratcliffe,
-, Rob.

Colston (formerly Ready), Alex.,
-, Sophia, see Edwards

Columpna, Cardinal John de,

commons and waste land,
-, and see
-, Blaisdon, Nottswood Hill; Churcham,
-, Birdwood Common; Saul,
-, Saul Warth; Selsley, Selsley Common;
-, Slimbridge, Slimbridge
-, Warth; Tidenham, Tidenham
-, Chase; Westbury-on-Severn, Walmore
-, Common; Woolaston, Woolaston
-, Common; Woolaston, Woolaston
-, Wood

Comyn, Eliz., m. Ric. Talbot,
-, Sir John Bromwich, Joan,
-, see Valence; John,

Cone brook,

Cone Pill, see Woolaston

Congregationalists,

Conolly, John Chas., Thos. Ric.,

Constaunce fam.,

Controne, Pancius de,

Conway, Anne, w. of John, n
-, John,

Coof, John, see Helion

Cooke (Coke, Cook), Alice, see Spilman;
-, Anne, m. Roynon Jones,
-, Sir Ant., Edw., Dennis,
-, Jane, see Danvers; John (fl.
-, 1459), John (d. by 1551),
-, Joyce, see Lucy; Lawr., curate of
-, Newnham, Marg., w. of John
-, (d. by 1551), ? m. Bailey,
-, Mary, m. Hen. Guise, Ric.,
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1643),
-, Rob., Vicar of Churcham (fl.
-, 1690), Thos., Rector of Blaisdon,
-, Wal., Sir Wm. (d.
-, 1618), Wm. (d. c. 1700),
-, fam.,

Cooper, Anne, see Purnell; Sir Chas.,
-, Edw., Mary Eliz., see
-, Graham-Clarke; Purnell Bransby,
-, see Purnell; R. J., Ric.,
-, Rob. Bransby,
-, Thos. (fl. 1812), Thos. Beale
-, (fl. 1851),

Cooper and Wathen, firm of,

Copner, Wm.,

Corsliche, Wm. de,

Cosby, Sir Hen.,

Cosham, Wm.,

Coton, Clay (Northants.),

Cotton, Geo.,

Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion,

Courtauld Institute, see London,
-, university of

Courtenay, Eliz., see Grey; Hen.,
-, Earl of Devon,

Coventry (Warws.)

Cowles, Anne, w. of John (d. by
-, 1865), John (fl. 1691),
-, John (fl. 1714, ? s. of preceding),
-, John (fl. 1743, s. of preceding),
-, John (d. by 1865),
-, Thos. (fl. 1680), Thos. (d.
-, 1631), Toby,

Cowley, Joan, m. Thos. Kyrle,
-, Rog., Wm.,

Cowley,

Cowley's Elm, see Rodley

Cowmeadow, Jas.,

Cox, Edw., Giles,
-, Sarah, see Clutterbuck

Cranham, rector of, see Stock, Chas.

Crawley-Boevey, Sir Francis,
-, Sir Launcelot, Sir Martin,
-, Thos. (fl. 1731), Sir Thos.
-, (d. 1818), n, Sir
-, Thos. (d. 1847), Sir
-, Thos. (d. 1912), , see
-, Savage; fam.,

Crawshay, Edwin, Hen.,

Cretra Investments Ltd.,

Cripps, Hen., Vicar of Stonehouse
-, and of Preston, W. P.,

Crisp, Hen.,

Croilli, Margery de, Ric. de,
-, Wal. de,

Cromwell, Oliver, Lord Protector,
-, Thos.,

Crook, John,

Croome, Eliz., see Fielder; Jas.
-, Fielder (d. 1836), Jas. Fielder
-, (d. 1853), Mary, w. of Jas.
-, Fielder (d. 1836), Mary Eliz.,
-, m. Geo. Pardoe, Thos.
-, Clutterbuck, Wm. (fl. 1803),
-, Wm. Michell (fl. 1920),

crops, less common, see flax; hemp;
-, hops; osiers; teasels; turnips;
-, vineyards; withies

Cross (Crosse), Edw., Vicar of
-, Stonehouse, John, Prior of
-, Stanley,

crosses,

Crozier, Mr. (fl. 1834),

cruck-framed buildings,

Cruger, Hen., Sam. Peach, see
-, Peach

Crump, Dan., Thos.,

Cugley, John,

Cullimore, (fl. 1922), (fl.
-, 1967), s. of preceding),

Culver House, the, see Newnham,
-, Blythe Court

Culverbrid, Hen., Wm.,

Cumberland, Ric. Denison,
-, Susannah, w. of Ric. Denison, see
-, Timbrell; Susannah Willet, m.
-, John Price Jones,

Curre, Mary, Mrs. J. M. (?
-, same as preceding), fam.,

Currer, Ric., see Farr; Thos., see Farr

Curthose, Rob.,

Curtis, Albinia Frances, see Hayward
-, Winstone; John Adey,

Curtis-Hayward, Albinia Frances, see
-, Hayward Winstone; John (d. 1874),
-, John Fred. (d.
-, 1923), Miles, Reg.,
-, fam.,

Cutha (d.584),

Dale fam., n

Danes, battle with,

Daneway, see Bisley

Dangerfield, Nic., n; Steph.,
-, n; fam.,

Daniel, Thos.,

Daniels, Alfred, E. H.,
-, , w. of E. H.,

Danvers, Jane, m. Geo. Herbert,
-, Sir Rob. Cooke,

Darling, Ant., Ric., Susanna,
-, w. of Ant., m. Francis James,

Darell, Harriet Mary, w. of Sir Wm.
-, Lionel, Sir Jeffery, Sir
-, Lionel Edw. (d. 1919),
-, Sir Lionel E. H. M. (d. 1954),
-, Sir Wm. Lionel, Rector of
-, Fretherne,
-, fam.,

Daubeny, H. W. B., curate of
-, Cainscross, Hen., fam.,

David ap Howell, see Howell

David the chaplain,

David, John, Vicar of Longney,

Davies (Davis), Arthur, Mrs.
-, D. K., Francis, Jas.,
-, Martin, Mary (fl.
-, 1721), Mary (d. 1836), m.
-, Dan. Burr, R. S.,
-, Wm., Rector of Eastington (fl.
-, 1776, 1817), Wm. (fl. late
-, 19th cent.), fam.,

d'Avranches, see Avranches

Day, John, curate of Moreton Valence,

Daystrom, Ltd.,

De Visme, Jas.,

De Voto Abbey (co. Wexford), Abbot
-, of, see Lancaut, Hen. of

Dean, Margery of, Ric.,

Dean, Forest of,
-, Blaize Bailey,
-, bounds of,
-, commissioners of,
-, common of pasture in,
-, foresters of, Lea Bailey,
-, service of keeping,

Dean, ancient man. called,

Deerhurst, John (fl. 1403),
-, John (d. 1484), Margery,
-, w. of Thos. (d. 1505), m.
-, Cheyne, Eliz., m. Wal.
-, Barrow, Thos. (fl. 1426,
-, 1451), Thos. (d. 1505),
-, Thos. (? d. 1511), fam.,

Defoe, Dan.,

Degge, Staunton,

Delamare (de la Mare) Amselise, w.
-, of Wm., Isabel, see Eyllesford;
-, Parnel, Rob., Ric.,
-, n; Wm., fam.,

Delawne, Judith,

Denison, Anne, see Pierce; Jas.
-, (fl. 1797), Jas. (fl. 1842, s. of
-, preceding), Wm.,

deodands,

Derby, Earl of, and see Henry IV

Derneford, Rog. de, Wm.
-, de,

Despenser, Adam le,
-, Aumary le (d. by 1215),
-, Aumary le (fl. 1303, 1309),
-, Hugh le, the elder, Hugh, the
-, younger, Thurstan le (fl. 12th
-, cent.), Thurstan le (fl. 1221,
-, 1235), Wal. le,

Devereux, Wm.,

Devon, Earl of, see Courtenay, Hen.

Dickinson, Wm., Rector of Eastington,

Didmarton, John of,

Dimock, Jas. F., John (d. 1808),
-, John (fl. 1819),
-, fam.,

Dimor brook,

Dinham (Mon.),

Ditchley, Joan, w. of John, John,

d'Ivry, Rog., see FitzOsbern

Dobbs & Taylor (later Dobbs & Co.),

Dobyns, Cath.,

Dodington, Anne, m. Rob. Greville,
-, Thos. Hoby,
-, John, Wm. (d. 1600),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1638),
-, Wm. (s. of preceding),

Dooding, Joan, m. Aspley,
-, Wm., and see Dowding

Dopping, John,

Dorset, Marquess of, see Grey, Thos.

dovecots,

Dow-Mac Concrete Ltd.,

Dowdeswell, Cecily, see Prowe; Edm.,
-, Rob., , dau. of Edm.,
-, , m. Rob. Foswell,

Dowdeswell, rector of, see Baker, Wm.

Dowding, John, and see Dooding

Dowell, John Baker Bridges,

Downe, John,

Downe, Viscount, see Ducie, Sir Wm.

Downton, see Frocester

Downton, Stanley, see Stanley, Leonard

Draper, Cornelius (fl. 1692),
-, Cornelius (d. 1720, ? same as
-, preceding),

Drew son of Pons,

Drew, A. E., & Son, Sarah
-, Peglar,

Driffield,

Droitwich (Worcs.),

Dryden, John, poet,

Duchy of Lancaster hundred,

Ducie, Eliz., w. of Sir Rob.,
-, Eliz., m. Edw. Moreton,
-, Frances, w. of Sir Wm., m. Phil.
-, Sheppard, Sir Ric.,
-, Sir Rob., Sir Wm., later
-, Vct. Downe,

Ducie, Earl, see Moreton, Thos.
-, Reynolds; Moreton, Hen.; Lord,
-, see Moreton, Francis; Moreton,
-, Mat.; Moreton, Mat. Ducie; Moreton,
-, Thos.

Dudbridge, see Rodborough

Dudley, Edm., Eliz., see Grey;
-, John, Earl of Warwick and Duke of
-, Northumberland,

Dudstone and King's Barton hundred,

Dunsford, J. H., Vicar of Frampton
-, on Severn and Rector of Fretherne,

Durand the sheriff, see Gloucester,
-, Durand of

Durham, Bishop of, see Barrington,
-, Shute

Dursley, John of, Rector of Fretherne,

Dursley,

Dutton, Jas. Huntley, Lord Sherborne,
-, John (fl. 1625),
-, John, Lord Sherborne (d. 1862),
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1646),

Dutton (cont.)
-, Sir Ralph (fl. 1681, c.
-, 1708), n, Wm.
-, (d. 1618), Wm. (d. 1675),
-, fam.,

dyeing,

Dyer, Anne, see Hooke; Eliz., m.
-, Mic. Heathcote, Hele,
-, Wm.,

Dygas, Alice, John, Kenelm,

Dyston, John, Vicar of Frocester,

Earl, John,

East Dean Rural District,

East Lynne,

Eastington, adv.,
-, agric., boundaries,
-, bridges, chant., char.,
-, ch.,
-, ch. ho., Churchend,
-, n; Churchend Mill,
-, Civil War incident,
-, Claypits,
-, Claypits Farm, ct.,
-, dom. arch., Eastington
-, Pk., see Eastington, Leaze,
-, the; farms, fields,
-, fishery, inc.,
-, ind., inns,
-, Leaze, the (or Eastington Pk.),
-, man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, Meadow Mill, Millend,
-, Millend Mill, n,
-, mills,
-, and see Eastington, Churchend
-, Mill; Eastington, Meadow Mill;
-, Eastington, Millend Mill; named
-, as address,
-, Nastend,
-, nonconf., Nupend,
-, par. officers, poor relief,
-, pop., rectors of,
-, and see Mew, Sam.;
-, Rimmer, Ric.; Stephens, Rob.;
-, rectory, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. rem., sch.,
-, St. George's Diocesan Training
-, Sch., tithes, tithings,
-, Westend,
-, woodland, wkho.,
-, and see Alkerton

Eaton, Castle (Wilts.),

Ebborn, Mr.,

Ebley, in Stonehouse,
-, Ebley Ct.,
-, n; Ebley Mill,
-,
-, estates in, ind.,
-, mills,
-, and see Ebley, Ebley Mill; Ebley,
-, Oil Mill; nonconf.,
-, Oil Mill,
-, sch.,

Ebworth, see Painswick

Ecclesiastical Commissioners,

Eckley, John, Sir Sam.,
-, Thos.,

Edgar, king,

Edington, Wm. of, Bp. of Winchester,

Edington (Wilts.),

Edmund, Earl of Lancaster,

Edmund ap Gwylym ap Hopkin, see
-, Hopkin

Edmund the freeman,

Edmunds, Martha, see Pyrke; (or
-, Williams), Thos., Wm.,

Edric (fl. 11th cent.),

Edric (fl. 1086, ? another),

Edvin Loach (Herefs.),

Edward the Confessor,

Edward II,

Edward III,

Edward IV,

Edward the taverner,

Edwards, David, see Purnell-Edwards;
-, Mary, m. Francis Willoughby,
-, Sam., Sophia, m. Alex.
-, Colston, Thos.,

Edwin, Edw.,

Edwy, king,

effigies, monumental,

Effingham, Earl of, see Howard,
-, Thos. (fl. 1759); Howard, Thos.
-, (d. 1791)

Eldridge, Brian,

electronic instruments, manufacture
-, of,

Elizabeth I,

Elkstone, Hen., Vicar of Woolaston,

Elliot, Geo., John (fl. 1775),
-, John (fl. 1791, 1798, ? another),
-, John, curate (later vicar) of
-, Randwick (d. 1891), Thos.,
-, Mr. (fl. 1773), fam.,

Ellis, Ant., Dan., n; Jos.
-, (d. 1771), Jos. (fl. 18th
-, cent, ? same as preceding),
-, Rob., Rog., n; Wm. Viner,
-, n; fam.,

Elmore,

Elsi (fl. 1066, 1086),

Elstow Priory (Beds.),

Elton, Abraham, Eliz., see
-, Mitchell; Jacob,

Elton, see Westbury-on-Severn

elver fishing,

Ely, Ant., curate of Wheatenhurst,

emigration,

engineering,

engineers, see Brunel, I. K.; Freeman,
-, Fox & Partners; Mott, Hay &
-, Anderson; Perronet; Rennie, John;
-, Roberts, Sir Gil.; Telford, Thos.

England, Kings and Queens of, see
-, Boleyn, Anne; Braganza, Cath. of;
-, Charles I; Cnut; Edgar; Edward
-, the Confessor; Edward II; Edward
-, III; Edward IV; Edwy; Elizabeth
-, I; Flanders, Maud of; Henry I;
-, Henry II; Henry III; Henry IV;
-, Henry V; Henry VIII; Isabella;
-, James I; John; Richard III;
-, Valois, Cath. of; Victoria; William
-, I; William II; Woodville, Eliz.

English Bicknor, see Bicknor, English

Epney, see Moreton Valence

Erasmus, Desiderius, his Paraphrases,

Erlingham (or Fryer), Edw., curate
-, of Newnham,

Ernesi (fl. 11th cent.),

Ernisius, Ralph son of, see Ralph

Essex, Earl of, see Bohun, Humph. de;
-, FitzPeter, Geof.

Essex, benefice in,

Estoft, Chris.,

estrays,

Ethelmund son of Ingeld,

Ethelric (fl. 804), s. of Ethelmund,

Eu, Wm. of,

Evangelist Brothers of the Common Life,

Evans, Aaron, Eliz., Evan,
-, Thos., Wm.,

Evesham, Wal. of, Vicar of Standish,

Evesham (Worcs.),

Exeter, Bishops of, see FitzOsbern,
-, Osbern; Stafford, Edm.; Dean
-, of, see Kingscote, Wm. of

Eycott, H., Hen. (? same as
-, preceding), Fred. (fl.
-, 1839), Fred. (fl. 1840, ? same
-, as preceding), Messrs. (fl. late
-, 18th cent.),

Eyllesford, John of, Isabel, w. of
-, John, m. Ric. de la Mare, n;
-, Wm. of,

Fairoak, Wm., Rector of Fretherne,

fairs, see Alkerton; Beachley; Frampton
-, on Severn; Newnham; Saul;
-, Stanley, King's; Stanley, Leonard;
-, Stonehouse

Fairweather, Valentine,

Faithorne, Jos.,

Farleigh Priory (Wilts.),

Farley, Bennett, w. of Wm.,
-, Joan of, Lettice of, Wm.,
-, Abbot of Gloucester, (or the
-, chamberlain), Wm. of,

Farley manor, see Hardwicke

Farleys End, see Hardwicke

Farr (or Currer), Ric., (or
-, Currer), Thos., (or Currer), ,
-, w. of Thos., see Foswell

'Fethanleag',

Featherstone, Alice, see Bowser;
-, Thos.,

Fell brook,

felonies, right to hear,

felons' goods,

Fenn, Edw.,

Fenton, T. J.,

Fenwick, C. F.,

ferries, see Beachley, passage; Brockweir,
-, passage; Framilode, passage;
-, New Passage; Newnham, passage;
-, Shepherdine; Tintern, passage

Field, Edm., Ernulphus of the,
-, Gil. of the, John of the,
-, Abbot of Gloucester (fl. 1243),
-, John of the (fl. 1327, 1332),
-, Rob. of the (fl. 1185), Rob. of
-, the (fl. c. 1240, ? another),
-, Rob. of the (d. c. 1308), Rob.
-, of the (fl. 1316), Rob. of the
-, (undated),

Field Court, see Hardwicke

Fielder, Eliz., m. Wm. Croome,
-, Geo.,

Finch, Erasmus,

fire, damage by, see Blaisdon; Newnham;
-, Stanley, Leonard

Fisher, Mrs. Y.,

fisheries, see Eastington; elver fishing;
-, Framilode; Frampton on
-, Severn; Frome; Highnam; lamprey
-, fishing; long-net fishing;
-, Longney; Moreton Valence; Newnham;
-, putcher-weirs; Quedgeley;
-, salmon fishing; Severn; shrimp
-, fishing; Stonehouse; stop-net fishing;
-, Tidenham; Westbury-on-Severn;
-, Woolaston; Wye

Fisheries Commission,

FitzAlan, Eleanor, w. of John (d.
-, 1379), m. Reynold de Cobham,
-, Eleanor, w. of John
-, (d. 1421), m. Ric. Poyning, Wal.
-, Hungerford, Eliz., w. of
-, John (d. 1391), Hen., Earl of
-, Arundel, Humph., Earl
-, of Arundel, John (d. 1379),
-, John (d. 1391),
-, John, Earl of Arundel (d. 1421),
-, John, Earl of Arundel
-, (d. 1435), Ric., Earl of
-, Arundel, Thos., Earl of
-, Arundel, Wm., Earl
-, of Arundel (d. 1487),
-, Wm. Earl of Arundel (d. 1544),

FitzHerbert, Eleanor, w. of Herbert
-, (d. 1321), Herbert (fl. 12th
-, cent.), Herbert (d.
-, 1321), John (or John son of
-, Reynold), Lucy, see
-, Gloucester; Mat., Peter,
-, Reynold, fam.,

FitzOsbern, Osbern, Bp. of Exeter,
-, (or d'Ivry or de Breteuil), Rog.,
-, Earl of Hereford, Wm.,
-, Earl of Hereford,

FitzPain, Ela, w. of Rob. (fl. 1327,
-, 1338), Isabel, w. of Rob. (d.
-, by 1315), Rob. (d. by 1315),
-, Rob. (fl. 1327,
-, 1338),

FitzPeter, Geof., Earl of Essex,
-, Maud, m. Hen. de Bohun,

Flanders, Maud of, m. Wm. I,

Flanders, service in,

flax,

Flaxley,
-, n

Flaxley Abbey, n, Abbot of,
-, and see Berkeley, Wm.; William;
-, estates of,
-, n; monk of,

Fleming, Adam the, see Adam

Fletcher, G. W., H., & Son,
-, J., J. G., Joan, w. of
-, John (fl. 1382), John (fl. 14th
-, cent.), John (fl. 1382, s. of
-, preceding), , s. of J.,

Flight, Ric.,

floods and flooding, and see
-, Severn

Flory, Peter,

Flower, John, Ric., Wal.,

Fogge, Sibyl, see Lloyd; Thos.,

Foliot, Thos., Rector of Westbury-on-Severn,

Ford, Geo.,

Ford & King, firm of,

Forest of Dean Rly.,

Forestry Commission,

Forge, Wm., Rector of King's Stanley,

Forstall, Rob.,

Forster & Andrews, organ-builders,

Foswell, Rob., , m. Thos.
-, Farr, , w. of Rob., see
-, Dowdeswell

Fowle, Hen. a, Rector of Blaisdon,
-, John a, n; Jos.,

Fowler, Anne, w. of Wm.,
-, Anselm (fl. 1608), Anselm
-, (fl. 1603, 1622 ? another),
-, Anselm (d. 1700),
-, Anselm (d. 1704), Dan. (fl.
-, 1611), Dan. (d. c. 1648, ? same
-, as preceding),
-, Dan. (fl. 1659), n; Dan. (fl. mid
-, 17th cent., ? another), Dan.
-, (fl. 1681, s. of preceding), Dan.
-, (fl. 1726, grds. of preceding),
-, Edw., Vicar of Stonehouse (fl 1556),
-, Edw. (fl. 1567), Edw. (fl.
-, 1680), Edw., Bp. of
-, Gloucester (d. 1714), Eliz.,
-, Revd. H. (fl. 19th cent.),
-, Hen. (fl. 1611), Mary, m.
-, Thos. Smith, Nat. (fl. 1622,
-, 1655), Nat. (d. 1781),
-, Ric., Steph. (d. c.
-, 1671), Steph. (d. 1717),
-, Wm. (d. 1599),
-, Wm. (d. 1708), Wm.
-, (fl. 19th cent.), fam.,

Fownhope (Herefs.),

Framilode, Sim. of, Thos.,
-, Wm. of,

Framilode, in Saul,
-, adv., ch.,
-, Civil
-, War incident, dom. arch.,
-, fisheries,
-, ind., inns,
-, man., mills,
-, nonconf., passage,
-, perpetual curacy,
-, rectory, roads, sch.,

Frampton, Rob., Bp. of Gloucester
-, and Vicar of Standish,

Frampton Mansell, see Sapperton

Frampton on Severn,
-, adv.,
-, Advowson Farm,
-, agric., borough,
-, boundaries,
-, bridges, chant.,
-, char., ch.,
-, Church End, Civil War
-, incident, ct., dom.
-, arch., fair,
-, farms, fields,
-, fisheries, Frampton Ct.,
-, Frampton
-, Pill, Fromebridge
-, Mill,
-, Grange, the, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns, man.,
-, man.-ho., and see Frampton
-, on Severn, Frampton Ct.; Manor
-, Farm, mkt.,
-, mills, and
-, see Frampton on Severn, Fromebridge
-, Mill; named as address,
-, nonconf., par. officers,
-, pk., poor relief,
-, pop., prehist. rem.,
-, rectory, river
-, and canal trade, roads,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, Rosamund's Green,
-, sch., tithes,
-, vicarage, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars of,
-, and see Dunsford, J. H.; Rudge,
-, Thos.; Shefford, Ric.; Wicks, John;
-, woodland, wkho.,

Frampton on Severn and Stonehouse
-, area, map,

Frampton Volunteers,

franchises, see bread and ale, assize of;
-, deodands; estrays; felonies; felons'
-, goods; frankpledge, view of; free
-, warren; gallows; murdrum fine;
-, shire and hundred courts; vetitum
-, namium; waifs; wreck

Frankfurt-on-Main (Germany),

frankpledge, view of,

Fream, Anne, m. Thos. Chamberlayne,
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Clutterbuck,
-, Jas., Rob.,
-, Sarah, m. Hen. Window,
-, Thos. (fl. 1618), Thos. (fl.
-, 1653, s. of preceding), fam.,

Frederick, Prince of Wales,

Frederick, Fred., n

free warren,

Freeman, Alice, w. of Thos.,
-, Thos.,

Freeman, Fox & Partners,

freeman, Edm. the, see Edmund; Phil.
-, the, see Philip; Rog. the, see Roger

French fam.,

Fretherne, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1353),
-, m. Wm. Motoun, Geof of
-, (d. 1320), Geof. of (fl.
-, 1327, 1337), John of (fl. 1235,
-, 1243), John of (d. 1353),
-, Wal. of (fl. 1269), Wal. of
-, (fl. 1356), Wm. of (fl. 1166),
-, Wm. of (s. of preceding),
-, Wm. of, Rector of Fretherne (fl. c.
-, 1300),

Fretherne,
-, adv., agric.,
-, boundaries, char.,
-, ch.,
-, ct., dom. arch., farms,
-, fields, Fre-
-, therne Ct.,
-, Fretherne Lodge,
-, inc., ind.,
-, inns, man.,
-, man.-ho., see
-, Fretherne, Fretherne Lodge; non-
-, conf., par. officers,
-, pk., poor relief, pop.,
-, rectors of, and
-, see Darell, Sir Wm. Lionel; Duns-
-, ford, J. H.; Walsh, Rob.; Yate,
-, Hen. Gorges Dobyns; rectory,
-, rectory ho., river and
-, canal trade, roads, sch.,
-, tithes,

friendly societies,

Frocester,
-, adv., agric.,
-, bridges, chap.,
-, char., ch.,
-, ch. ho., Civil War
-, incident, ct., dom. arch.,
-, Downton, farms,
-, fields, Frocester
-, Ct., inc.,
-, ind., inns, man.,
-, n, man.-ho.,
-, see Frocester, Frocester Ct.; mills,
-, nonconf., par. officers,
-, poor relief, pop.,
-, prehist. rem., rectory,
-, roads,
-, Rom. rem., royal
-, visit, sch., tithes,
-, vicarage, vicarage
-, ho., vicars of,
-, and see Hayward, Geo. (fl. 1776,
-, 1814); woodland,

Frome, riv. (or Stroudwater),
-, n; as a boundary,
-, bridges over,
-, diversions of,
-, fisheries, fords over,
-, mills on,
-, and see (s.v. mills) Eastington;
-, Ebley; Framilode; Frampton on
-, Severn; Stanley, King's; Stanley,
-, Leonard; Stonehouse; Wheatenhurst

Fromebridge Mill, see Frampton on
-, Severn

Froucester, Wal., Abbot of Gloucester,

fruit-growing,
-, and see Blaisdon Red;
-, Longney Russet; Woolaston, pear
-, called

Fryer, Anne, w. of Wm., see Clutterbuck;
-, Anne Clutterbuck,
-, Edw., see Erlingham; Wm.,

Fulcher, Ric.,

fuller's earth, digging of,

fulling-mills, see cloth-mills

Furnivale, Lord, see Neville, Thos.

Gabbe, Ric.,

Gainer, Jos.,

gallows,

Gamage, Eliz. de, dau. of Nic.,
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., see Mynors; Joan
-, de, m. Hugh Arthur, Margery
-, de, m. John Billing, Mat. de,
-, Nic. de (fl. 1287), Nic. de
-, (d. 1349, ? same as preceding),
-, Wm. de, fam.,

Gamages, John de, Abbot of Gloucester,

Gambier Parry, see Parry

Ganey, Mr. (fl. 1775),

Gardner, Giles, S., & Son Ltd.,

Garne, Wm. of,

Garne, see Westbury-on-Severn

Garner, J. G.,

Gatcombe, see Awre

Gaunt, Blanche, w. of John, see
-, Henry, Duke of Lancaster; John of,
-, Duke of Lancaster,

Genner, Thos., and see Jenner

Geoffrey the taverner,

Gibbs, Anne, John, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Gibson, A. G. C., John, Rector
-, of King's Stanley, n

Giffard, Avelina, w. of John (d. 1322),
-, Edm., Ellis (fl. c. 1135),
-, Ellis (d. c. 1248), Geo.,
-, Hugh, Iseult, w. of Ellis
-, (d. c. 1248), Joan, w. of Rob.,
-, m. John Mervye, John (d. c.
-, 1299), John
-, (d. 1322), n, John (d. 1444),
-, John (d. by 1507), John
-, (fl. 1556, 1567), Marg., w. of
-, John (d. c. 1299), Rob.,
-, Wal., Wm. (fl. 1299),
-, Wm. (fl. 1542, 1554), fam.,

Gilbert son of Turold,

Gilby, Giles, John,

Gillespie, Thos. Paterson,

Gillian daughter of Auger,

Gladwin, Mic.,

glass, ancient, painted or stained,

glass-making,

Glastonbury, Ric. (d. by 1615),
-, Ric. (fl. 1615),

Glevum Estates Ltd.,

Gloucester, Amice, w. of Rob.,
-, Durand of (or Durand the sheriff),
-, (or Hereford), Hen. of,
-, John of (fl. 1256), John of (fl.
-, 1327), John of (fl. early 14th
-, cent., another), Lucy of, m.
-, Herbert FitzHerbert,
-, Mahel of, Marg. of, m. Humph.
-, de Bohun,
-, Miles of, Earl of Hereford,
-, Rob. of, Rog.
-, of, Earl of Hereford (d. 1155),
-, Rog. of (fl. early 14th
-, cent.), Wal. of (fl. c. 1100),
-, (or Hereford),
-, Wal. of (fl. c. 1160, grds. of preceding),

Gloucester, Duke of, see Woodstock,
-, Thos. of; Earl of, and see
-, Audley, Hugh de (d. 1347); Clare,
-, Gil. de (d. 1314)

Gloucester,
-, aldermen of, architects of,
-, as a regional centre,
-, bell founders
-, of, burgess of,
-, cast., constable of, ch. of
-, Holy Trinity, ch. of St.
-, Mary de Crypt, ch. of St.
-, Michael, rector of, see Lawrence,
-, Sam.; ch. of St. Owen,
-, College Green, corporation,
-, hosp. of St. Bartholomew,
-, mayor of,
-, M.P. for,
-, meadows, named as address,
-, North Hamlet, pin-makers of,
-, port, rlys. to,
-, rising attempted at,
-, roads to,
-, royal visit,
-, sheriff of, siege of,
-, town clerk of, and see
-, Tuffley

Gloucester Abbey,
-, Abbot of,
-, and see Carbonel, Thos.;
-, Farley, Wm.; Field, John of the;
-, Froucester, Wal.; Gamages, John
-, de; Malvern, Wm.; Serlo; St.
-, John, Wal. of; Thoky, John;
-, Wygmore, John; cellarer of,
-, estates of,
-, fisheries of,
-, n; kitchener of, mills of,
-, monks of, reader in divinity
-, at, rectories and advowsons
-, owned by,
-, sacrist of, secular clerks at,
-, n; steward of,
-, sub-cellarer of, subalmoner,

Gloucester cathedral, Dean and
-, Chapter of,
-, prebendary of,

Gloucester, Archdeacon of, and
-, see Rudge, Thos.

Gloucester, Bishop of,
-, advowsons held by,
-, estates of,
-, n,
-, and see Hooper, John; Fowler,
-, Edw.; Frampton, Rob.; Wakeman,
-, John

Gloucester, honor of,

Gloucester Aircraft Co.,

Gloucester and Berkeley Canal,
-,

Gloucester and Dean Forest Rly.,

Gloucester and Ledbury Rly.,

Gloucester Diocesan Board of Patronage,

Gloucester Infirmary,

Gloucester Rural District,

Gloucester Union,

Gloucestershire, M.P. for,
-, sheriff of,

Gloucestershire County Council,
-, chairman of, education
-, committee, chairman of,
-, estates of,
-, welfare homes,

Gloucestershire Fruit and Vegetable
-, Market Soc.,

Gloucestershire Joint Committee for
-, Tuberculosis,

Gloucestershire Ministers' Testimony,

Gloucestershire Paper Making Co.,

Glywyssing, King of, see Morgan ap
-, Athrwys

Godric (fl. 1066),

Godric (fl. 11th cent., ? same as
-, preceding),

Godsell, H. G.,

Godstow, John, Vicar of Tidenham,
-, n

Godstow Abbey (Oxon.),

Goodman, Mrs. (fl. 1920),

Goold, Alfred, C. A.,
-, Caroline, see Legge; Thos. (fl.
-, 16th cent.), Tom (d. 1879),
-, and see Gould

Gordon, Anna, dau. of Rob.,
-, Anna, w. of Wm., m. Burland,
-, Rob., n; Wm., fam.,

Gorst, Agnes, m. Lawr. Prowe,
-, Janet, see Hathemere; Thos.,

Gough, Francis, Vicar of Churcham,
-, Mary, Wm. (d. 1551),
-, Wm. (d. by 1551, s. of preceding),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1599), Wm. (s.
-, of preceding),

Gould, Wm., Rector of Woolaston,
-, and see Goold

Grace, Miss,

Graham-Clarke, Emma, w. of John
-, Altham (d. 1897), John (d.
-, 1961), John Altham (d.
-, 1862), John Altham (d. 1897),
-, Leonard, Mary
-, Eliz., m. Sir Chas. Cooper,
-, Mary Eliz., w. of
-, John Altham (d. 1862), see
-, Parkinson; Phil., fam.,

Grahamstown (S. Africa), Bishop of,
-, see Armstrong, John

Grandison, William de,

Grange, the, see Frampton on Severn

Grange Court, see Westbury-on-Severn

gravel-working,

Gray, see Grey

Great Western Iron Works,

Great Western Rly.,

Green Pool, see Woolaston

greens,
-, and see Frampton
-, on Severn, Rosamund's Green;
-, Newnham, Round Green

Greenwood, Thos., Vicar of Standish,

Gregory, Rob. son of, see Robert

Gregory, Abraham, Vicar of Churcham,

Grenfell, Humph.,

Grenville, Ric. de, Wm. de,

Greville, Anne, see Dodington; Dodington,
-, m. Chas. Montagu,
-, Francis, Lord Brooke, later Earl of
-, Warwick, Fulke, Lord
-, Brooke (d. 1710), Fulke,
-, Lord Brooke (d. 1711), Geo.,
-, Earl of Warwick, Rob.,
-, Lord Brooke,
-, Wm., Lord Brooke,

Grey (Gray), Ant., Earl of Kent,
-, Edw., Vct. Lisle, Eliz., m.
-, Hen. Courtenay, Eliz., m.
-, Edm. Dudley, Arthur Plantaganet,
-, Eliz., w. of Edw., see
-, Talbot; Eliz., w. of Hen. (d. 1639),
-, see Talbot; Eliz., m. John Arundell,
-, Hen., Earl of Kent (d. 1639),
-, Hen., Duke and Earl of Kent
-, (d. 1740), Joan, w. of Edw.,
-, John, Vct. Lisle (d. 1504),
-, John (d. 1888), J. C.,
-, Maria or Mary, w. of Thos.,
-, Muriel, w. of John (d. 1504), m.
-, Sir Thos. Knyvett, Thos.,
-, Marquess of Dorset (d. 1501),
-, Thos. (d. 1835),

Greyndour, Eliz., m. Reynold West,
-, John Tiptoft, Rob., fam.,

Griffith, Rob., Rector of Woolaston,

Griffiths, Hugh,

Grimston, Jas., Vct. Grimston (d.
-, 1773), Jas., Vct. Grimston
-, (d. 1808),

Grindle, R. D., Mr. (fl. 1944),

Grove, Eliz., see Hooke; John,
-, Nic. atte, Thos. (fl. early 18th
-, cent.), Thos. (fl. 1792,
-, another),

Guernsey (Channel Is.),

Guest, G., J., P.,

Guillim, see Gwillim

Guise, Sir Ansel, Sir Berkeley
-, Wm., Hen.,
-, Jane, m. Shute Barrington,
-, Sir John (d. 1695), Sir John
-, (d. 1732), Sir John (d. 1769),
-, Sir John (d. 1794),
-, Sir John Wright (d. 1865),
-, Mary, see Cooke; Sir Wm. (d.
-, 1783), Sir Wm. Francis
-, (d. 1920), Sir Wm. Vernon (d.
-, 1887), fam.,

Guiting, Temple,

Guiting Power, Guiting Grange in,

Gurnay, Eliz. de, m. John ap Adam,

Gwillim (Guillim), Chas. (fl. 1662),
-, Chas. (d. 1724), John
-, (fl. 16th cent.), John (d. 1621),
-, fam.,

Gyde, Edwin,

Hackney fam., n

Haggie, Peter F. S., see Clifford

Haine, H. J.,

Haie, the, see Ruddle

Hale, Bridget, w. of Mat., Mat.,

Hall, F. G., Geo., Vicar of
-, Churcham, Ric. atte, Wm.,

Hallifax, Rob., Vicar of Standish,

Halling, Thos.,

Ham, former name of Churcham and
-, of Highnam,

Hammond, Ant., Edm.,
-, Francis, Hester, w. of
-, Jas. (d. 1780), Jas. (fl. 1680),
-, Jas. (fl. 1769), Jas. (d.
-, 1780, ? same as preceding),
-, Jas. (fl. 1787), Jas. (d. 1819, ?
-, same as preceding), Jas.
-, (d. 1823), Mary, see
-, Hooke; Wm., fam.,

Hammonds, John (fl. 1615),
-, John (fl. 1679, another), Kath.,
-, m. Thos. Webb,

Hamon ap Adam, see Adam

Hampshire, estates in,

Hampton, John, Sarah, m. Ric.
-, Wintle,

Hands, Ric.,

Hannowe, Rob.,

Harcourt, Godfrey,

Hardinc (fl. 1086),

Harding, Wm.,

Hardman, church furnisher,

Hardwicke, Earl of,
-, and see Yorke, Phil.

Hardwicke,
-, agric., boundaries,
-, bridges, char.,
-, ch., ct.,
-, curates of, and see
-, Jennings, John; dom. arch.,
-, Farley man.,
-, Farleys End,
-, farms, Field Ct.,
-, fields, glebe ho.,
-, Hardwicke Ct.,
-, Hardwicke Reformatory,
-, inc., ind., inns,
-, man., man.-ho.,
-, see Hardwicke, Hardwicke Ct.;
-, named as address,
-, nonconf., par. officers,
-, pk., Park Ct. (or
-, Park man.),
-, poor relief, pop., roads,
-, Rudge man.,
-, sch., tithes,
-, vicarage,

Harescombe,
-, Harescombe tithing
-, (formerly in Haresfield),

Haresfield, Godebert of,

Haresfield, frontispiece,
-, adv., agric.,
-, Beaurepair, boundaries,
-, char.,
-, Chestnut Farm,
-, ch., ct.,
-, dom. arch., farms,
-, fields, Haresfield Ct. (or
-, Moat Place),
-, inc., ind., inns,
-, man.,
-, n; man.-ho.,
-, and see Haresfield, Haresfield
-, Ct.; mills, Mount, the,
-, nonconf.,
-, Oakey Farm, par.
-, officers, pk.,
-, Parkend, poor
-, relief, pop., prehist. rem.,
-, rectory, roads,
-, Rom. rem., Rowles Farm,
-, sch., tithes,
-, tithings, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho., vicars of, n,
-, and see Capel, Ric.; Jennings,
-, John; Rudge, Thos.

Haresfield, Little, see Standish

Harliter, Hugh le,

Harmar, Caroline, see Mills; Jas.,

Harmer, Geo., John (fl. 1549,
-, 1562), John (d. 1800),
-, Ric., Wm., fam.,

Harpeden, John,

Harper, Thos., Rector of Fretherne,

Harris, Cecily, w. of Thos., E. J.,
-, Ebenezer, Geo.,
-, J., John, Hester, w.
-, of John, Samson, Vicar of
-, Stonehouse, Thos. (fl.
-, 1607), Thos. (fl. 1681),
-, Wal. (fl. 1536), Wal. (fl. 1793),
-, Wm. (fl. 1661), Wm.
-, (fl. 1802), fam.,

Harrison, Dan., Frederic,
-, Geo., Thos. (fl. 1745),
-, Thos. (fl. 1818, 1836), fam.,

Hartland, Alice, w. of Wm. (fl. c
-, 1500), m. Hughes, Anne,
-, m. Wm. Hughes, John (fl.
-, 1797, 1839), John (d. 1866, ?
-, same as preceding), Wm. (fl. c.
-, 1500), Wm. (d. 1872), fam.,

Harvey, Fred.,

Hastinges, Anne, see Mauny; John de,
-, Earl of Pembroke,

Hathaway, see Hathway

Hathemere, Janet, m. Thos. Gorst,
-, John (fl. 1327, 1356),
-, John (fl. 1356, another), John
-, (fl. 1383, another), Rob.,
-, Wal., fam.,

Hatherell, Abraham, Jas., Rector
-, of Eastington,

Hatherley, Down,

Hatherop, rector of, see Pettat, Thos.

Hathway (Hathaway), Francis, Vicar
-, of Churcham, Hen., Ric.,
-, Vicar of Frocester,

Hatton, Chris.,

Hawker, Ann, H. E., John,
-, Ric., Sarah, see
-, Clutterbuck

Hawkins, Jasper Selwyn, Mary,
-, w. of Jasper Selwyn, Sam.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1767), Thos.
-, (fl. 1887, 1920), Urbane Land,

Hawkins Pill, see Newnham

Hayden (Haydon), Ellis of, Nic.,
-, Ric. of, fam.,

Haydens Place, see Westbury-on-Severn

Haydon, see Hayden

Hayes, Rob.,

Hayes, the, see Standish

Hayle, Anne, w. of Rob., Eliz., m.
-, Chinn, John, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Haynes, Alice, Anne, w. of
-, Giles (d. 1629), Giles (d.
-, 1629), Giles (fl. 1672),
-, John (fl. 1556), n, John
-, (fl. 1678), Jos., Ric.
-, (fl. c. 1600), Ric. (fl. 1629,
-, grds. of preceding), Thos.,
-, fam., n

Hayward, Eleanor, w. of Wm. (d.
-, 1696), Chas., Frances,
-, Geo., Vicar of Frocester and
-, Rector of Nympsfield (fl. 1776,
-, 1814), Geo., Vicar of
-, Frocester and Rector of Nymps-
-, field (fl. 1814, 1837, s. of pre-
-, ceding), John, curate of
-, Leonard Stanley (fl. 1593),
-, John, Vicar of Frocester and Rector
-, of Nympsfield (fl. 1729, 1776),
-, John (fl. c. 1750, ? same as pre-
-, ceding), Thos., Wm.
-, (fl. 1530s), Wm. (d. 1696),
-, Wm. (d. 1709), Wm. (fl.
-, 1743), (later Hayward Winstone),
-, Wm. (d. 1818),
-, fam.,

Hayward Winstone (later Curtis Hayward),
-, Albinia Frances, m.
-, John Adey Curtis, Wm.,
-, see Hayward

Head, John, (or Holford), John
-, (fl. 1326, s. of preceding), Ric.,

Healey Bros. (later Newnham Rubber
-, Mills),

Hearne, Gil., Joyce, w. of Gil.,

Heathcote, Eliz., see Dyer; Mic.,

Helion, Eva, (? or Coof), John,
-, Maud, Peter, Rose, m.
-, John Raleigh, Wal.,

hemp,

Hempsted,

Henbury,

Hendley, Rob.,

Heneage, Cath., w. of Thos.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1531, 1540),
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1548, ? same as
-, preceding),

Henniker, J. G., R. J. A.,
-, R. P., Rob., Vicar of Frocester,

Henry I,

Henry II, n

Henry III,

Henry IV (formerly Hen. of Lancaster,
-, Earl of Derby),

Henry V,

Henry VIII,

Henry, Duke of Lancaster (d. 1361),
-, Blanche, dau. of, m. John of
-, Gaunt, Maud, dau. of,

Henry, Earl of Lancaster (d. 1345),

Henry of bridge-end,

Herbert, Cecily, see Baynham; Sir
-, Chas., Eliz., m. Chas. Somerset,
-, Geo., Hen., Earl of
-, Pembroke, Jane, see
-, Danvers; Wal., Wm., Earl of
-, Pembroke (d. 1469), Wm.,
-, Earl of Pembroke (d. 1491),
-, Wm., Earl of Pembroke (d. 1570),

Hereford, Hen. of, see Gloucester;
-, Wal. of, see Gloucester

Hereford, Earls of,
-, and see Bohun, Hen. de;
-, Bohun, Humph. de (d. 1275);
-, Bohun, Humph. de (d. 1298);
-, Bohun, Humph. de (d. 1322);
-, Bohun, Humph. de (d. 1361);
-, Bohun, Humph. de (d. 1373);
-, Bohun, John de; FitzOsbern, Rog.;
-, FitzOsbern, Wm.; Gloucester,
-, Miles of; Gloucester, Rog. of

Hereford, archdeacon of,
-, Bishop of,
-, and see Charlton, Lewis; Swinfield,
-, Ric. de; Trefnant, John;
-, Vere, Wm. de

Hereford cathedral, canon of,
-, Dean and Chapter of, prebend
-, of, prebendary of,
-, Vicars Choral of,

Hereford, honor of,

Hereford and Gloucester Rly.,

Herefordshire, land in,

Herefordshire and Gloucestershire
-, Canal,

herring-silver, customary payment
-, called,

Hetherington, Ralph,

Hewelsfield,

Hewlett (Hulett), Edw., Nat.,
-, Sam., Wm., n

Heywood, G. B., Wm.,

Hicks, Cath., w. of Hen. Purnell, m.
-, Auguste Rolland,
-, Eliza, w. of John Phillimore,
-, Emma, Fanny, Hen. (d.
-, 1836),
-, Hen. Purnell (d. 1862),
-, John Phillimore, Julia,
-, Marg., fam.,

Hicks Bros., firm of,

Hieron, Isaac, Sam., curate of
-, Newnham,

Higford, Higford (fl. 1889),

Higgins, Wm.,

High Hall, see Tidenham

Highleadon, see Rudford

Highnam, in Churcham,
-, agric., chap.
-, n ch.,
-, Civil War incident, ct.,
-, dom. arch., farms,
-, fields, fisheries,
-, Highnam Ct.,
-, inc.,
-, ind., man.,
-, man.-ho., see Highnam,
-, Highnam Ct.; mill, pk.,
-, roads, sch.,
-, woodland,

Higgs, Ric., Mrs. (fl. 1733),

Hill, Anne, Edw., John (fl.
-, 1680), John (fl. 1738),
-, John (d. 1893), Jos. (fl.
-, 1824), Jos. (fl. 1832, ? same as
-, preceding), Ric. (fl. 1450),
-, Ric. (fl. 1634, 1647), Rowland,
-, Sam., Wm. (fl.
-, 1437), Wm., Vicar of Standish
-, (fl. 1654, 1660), Wm. (fl.
-, 17th cent.), Wm. (d. 1784),

Hill House, see Newnham

Hilton, John, Vicar of Stonehouse,
-, n

Hinds, David,

Hinson, Thos., Rebecca, m.
-, Thos. Lloyd,

Hitch, John, Mr. (fl. 1819, ?
-, same as John),

Hitchings, Thos. (fl. 1667), Thos.
-, (fl. 1751), fam.,

Hoby, Anne, see Dodington; Thos.,

Hockley, Thos.,

Hoddell, Arthur, , w. of Arthur,

Hodges, Jas. (fl. 1786), Jas. (fl.
-, 1842, ? another), Ric.,
-, Wm., Rector of King's Stanley,

Hodgkin, Rog., curate of Leonard
-, Stanley,

Hodynet, Wm., Rector of Westbury-on-Severn,

Hoe, see Hugh

Hoffman, firm of,

Hogg, Edw., Eliz., Jas.,

Hoke, see Hooke

Holbrow, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1790),
-, John (d. 1747), John (d.
-, 1780), John (d. 1790),
-, Sam., Wm. (fl. 1695), Wm
-, (d. 1803), Wm. (fl. 1834),
-, fam.,

Holford, Alice, John, see Head;
-, Geof.,

Holker, Henrietta Maria, w. of , m.
-, Nic. Hyett,

Holland, Rebecca, see Timbrell;
-, Thos., curate of Hardwicke,

Hollings, Mrs. J.,

Holpin, F. J.,

Holstead, see Houldstead

honey, service of providing,

Hooke (Hoke), Anne, m. Wm. Dyer,
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Grove,
-, Sir Hele, Humph., Mary,
-, m. Wm. Hammond, Phil.,
-, Thos. (d. 1659), Sir Thos. (d.
-, 1678),

Hooper, Chas. (d. 1869),
-, Chas., & Co.,
-, Chas. Hen. (fl. later 19th cent.),
-, Hen., Rector of
-, Blaisdon, John, Bp. of Gloucester,
-, John (fl. 1841),

Hopkin, Edmund ap Gwylym ap,
-, Marg., see Thomlyn

Hopkins, John (fl. 1504), John
-, (fl. c. 1600), John (fl. 1768),
-, John (d. 1773), see Probyn; Welthian,
-, m. Huggett, fam.,

hops,

Horner, John,

Horniold, Ralph,

Horse Pill, see Woolaston

Horsemarling, see Moreton Valence

Horsley, Chavenage in, Priory,

Houldstead (Holstead), Isabel,
-, Jos.,

Howe, Wm.,

Howard, Eliz., w. of Hen. (d. 1824),
-, Hen., later Lord Hen. Howard-Molyneux-Howard
-, (d. 1824),
-, Hen. (fl. 1835), Thos., Earl of
-, Effingham (fl. 1759), Thos.,
-, Earl of Effingham (d. 1791),
-, Wm., Vct. Stafford, and see
-, Stafford-Howard

Howell, David ap, Vicar of Tidenham,

Howman, Anselm,

Huddleston fam.,

Hugall, J. W.,

Huggett, Welthian, see Hopkins;
-, Wm. (fl. 1655), Wm. (fl. 1682,
-, s. of preceding), Wm. (fl. 1719,
-, s. of preceding), Wm. (fl. 1727,
-, s. of preceding),

Hugh, Reynold son of, see Reynold

Hugh son of Otto,

Hugh (Hoe), Jas. de, fam.,

Hughes, Alice, see Hartland; Anne,
-, see Hartland; Marg., w. of Wal.,
-, Wal., Wm.,

Hulett, see Hewlett

Hull,

Hungerford, Eleanor, see FitzAlan
-, Marg. (fl. 1539), Lady Marg.
-, (fl. 1673), Wal.,

Hunt, G. E., Ric.,

Huntingdon, Ctss. of, see Countess of
-, Huntingdon's Connexion; Earl of,
-, see Clinton, Wm. de

Huntley, Alice, see Adam; Geo. (d.
-, 1580), Sir Geo. (d.
-, 1622),
-, John, John ap Thomlyn,
-, Ric., Thomlyn, Wadham,
-, Rector of Eastington and Vicar of
-, Aston Blank, Wm.,

Huntley,

Hurle, Anne, n

Hyde, Marg., see Clifford; Reuben,

Hyde, see Newnham

Hyett, Benj. (fl. 1682), Benj.
-, (fl. 1780, 1807), Eliz.,
-, w. of Benj. (fl. 1682), Henrietta
-, etta Maria, see Holker; Nic.,
-, Ric., Rector of Blaisdon,

Hyslop, L. J.,

Iles fam.,

Independents,

industries, trades, and professions,
-, see apothecary; architects; banks;
-, bark; basket-making; bellfounders;
-, breweries; brick- and tile-making;
-, brush-making; charcoal-burning;
-, cheese-making; chocolate-making;
-, cider; cloth-mills and cloth-making;
-, coach-building; coal; electronic instruments;
-, engineering; engineers;
-, fisheries; fruit-growing; glass-making;
-, gravel-working; iron-mills
-, and iron-works; leather-board making
-, ing; linoleum-making; malting;
-, mercers; mills; millwrights; nail-making;
-, oil-mill; organ-builders;
-, paper-mills; physicians; pin-making
-, ing; potters; quarries; railway
-, sleepers; river, canal, and maritime
-, trade; rope-making; rubber-making
-, ing; sailors; saw-mills; ship-building
-, ing; straw-hat-making; surgeons;
-, tanning; timber; verdigris

Ingeld, Ethelmund s. of, see Ethelmund

Ireland, Irish labourers,
-, Lord Justice of, trade with,

iron-mills and iron-works,
-, n

ironmonger, John the, see John

ironwork, service of providing,

Isabella, w. of Edw. II,

Ivry, Rog. d', see FitzOsbern

Jackson fam.,

Jacques, of Gloucester, architect,

James, Alex. (d. 1680),
-, Alex. (d. 1713),
-, Anne, w. of Chas. (d. 1818), see
-, Jones; Anne, w. of Selwyn,
-, Chas. (d. 1735), Chas. (d. 1768),
-, Chas. (d. 1812), Chas. (d.
-, 1818), Edw., Eliz., w. of
-, the younger Ellis, Ellis (fl.
-, 1771), Ellis (s. of preceding),
-, Hester, Francis, John
-, (fl. 1775), John (d. 1855),
-, Laura, Selwyn,
-, Susan, m. Sir Alex. Wilson,
-, Susanna, see Darling; Thos. (fl.
-, 1583), Thos. (d. 1619),
-, Thos. (d. 1685),
-, fam., n,

James I,

Jefferies (Jeffreys), Jas., John (d.
-, by 1688), John (fl. 1739),
-, Sam.,

Jefferies and Price, bellfounders,

Jeffery, Ric., see Underwood

Jeffreys, see Jefferies

Jelf (Jelfe), John, Rector of Blaisdon,
-, John (? another),

Jenkin, Wm., Vicar of Frampton on
-, Severn,

Jenkins, Jas., n,
-, Ric., (d. 1834), n Ric. (d.
-, 1899), Rob. Castle, n,
-, Sam. (fl. 1786, 1815),
-, Sam. (fl. 1795, 1801,
-, probably another), fam.,

Jenner, Steph., Thos., President
-, of Magdalen Coll., Oxford,
-, and see Genner

Jennings, Hen., John, curate of
-, Hardwicke and Vicar of Haresfield,
-, Mary, see Purnell

Jerningham, Frances, see Baynham;
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1572), Hen.
-, (d. 1619), Sir Hen.
-, (fl. 1630), fam.,

Jessor, John,

Joce, John,

Jocham, Jas.,

John, king (formerly Count of
-, Mortain),

John ap Adam, see Adam

John ap Thomlyn, see Thomlyn

John ap Thomlyn Huntley, see
-, Huntley

John the chaplain,

John the ironmonger,

Johnson, John, Vicar of Churcham,
-, Rob., Vicar of Churcham,
-, W. P., Wm., n

Jones, Anne (fl. 1731), Anne, w. of
-, Roynon (fl. early 18th cent.), see
-, Cooke; Anne (fl. early 19th cent.),
-, m. Chas. James, Benj., curate
-, of Moreton Valence, Mrs. C.
-, S., Cecily, see Walsh; Chas.
-, (fl. 1678), Chas., Vicar of
-, Frocester (fl. 1849), Chris.
-, Jay, Vicar of Westbury-on-Severn,
-, David (fl. 1509),
-, David, curate of Leonard Stanley
-, (fl. 1842), Edw. (d. 1847),
-, Edw. Owen (fl. 1850),
-, Frances, w. of Wm. (fl. 1766),
-, Inigo, J. E., John,
-, curate of Randwick (fl. 1551),
-, John (fl. 1614), John, curate of
-, Moreton Valence (fl. 1764, 1782),
-, John Fowell, curate of Moreton
-, Valence (fl. 1830), John
-, Price, curate of Leonard Stanley
-, (fl. 1818, 1838), Kath.
-, Anna, Lucy Eliz.,
-, Phil., curate of Newnham, Ric.
-, Denison (d. 1903), Ric.
-, Denison Cumberland (d. 1916),
-, Rob., Roynon (fl. early
-, 18th cent.), Roynon (fl.
-, 1791, grds. of preceding),
-, Somerset, Vicar of Tidenham and
-, Rector of Woolaston,
-, Susannah, see Cumberland; W. N.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1678), Wm. (fl.
-, 1731), Wm. (fl. 1763, of Nass),
-, Wm. (fl. 1766, of Tidenham,
-, ? same as Wm., fl. 1731),
-, Wilmot Inglis, Mrs., see
-, Chinn; , w. of Somerset, m.
-, Wm. Seys, (fl. 1779), ,
-, w. of (fl. 1779), see Rogers; fam.,