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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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Keck, Ant., n,

Keen, Eliz.,

Keith, plate manufacturer,

Kellaways, John of,

Kemble (Glos., formerly Wilts.),

Kemp, Ant. (fl. 1569), Ant. (fl.
-, 1614, ? same as preceding), Ant.
-, (fl. 1694), Ant. (fl. 1717,
-, 1731, s. of preceding),
-, Barbara, m. Jas. Radclyffe, Sir
-, Garret, fam.,

Kempson, F. R.,

Kenn (Kenne), Geo., John (d.
-, 1405), John (d. 1438),
-, Rob., Thos., fam.,

Kent, Thos.,

Kent, Duke of, see Grey, Hen.; Earl
-, of, and see Grey, Ant.; Grey,
-, Hen. (d. 1639); Grey, Hen. (d.
-, 1740); Woodstock, Edm. of

Kerr, And., Russell Jas. (d. 1910),
-, Sir Russell Jas. (d.
-, 1952), Wm. Chas.,
-, fam.,

Kidley, John, Vicar of Westbury on
-, Severn,

King, Eliz., w. of Ric. (d. c. 1749),
-, John, Jos., Joshua,
-, Peter, Ric. (d. c. 1749),
-, Ric. (d. c. 1801),

Kings Newnham, see Newnham,
-, Kings

King's Stanley, see Stanley, King's

Kingscote, Wm. of, Rector of Westbury
-, on Severn, Dean of Exeter,
-, and Chancellor of Oxford,

Kingsholm, Hugh of,

Kingston, Sir Ant. (d. 1556),
-, Ant.
-, (d. 1591), Ant. (fl. 1644),
-, Ant. (d. 1687), Edm. (fl. 1565),
-, n, Edm. (d. 1623),
-, Geo. (d. 1644), Geo. (d. 1689),
-, Mary, w. of Sir Wm., Sir Wm.
-, (d. 1540),
-, Wm. (d. 1614), Wm.
-, (fl. 1623), fam., n

Kingston, see Tidenham

Kingswood, Thos., Vicar of Churcham,

Kingswood Abbey (Glos., formerly
-, Wilts.),

Kinnersley Castle (Herefs.),

Kirk (Kirke), Hen., Vicar of Hares
-, field, Thos.,

Kirkwood, R. G. H. M.,

Knee Wm.,

Knevet, see Knyvett

Knight, Anne, Wm. (fl. 1383),
-, Wm. (fl. 1622),

Knights Templar,

Knoteford, John,

Knyvett (Knevet), Eliz., Muriel,
-, see Grey; Sir Thos.,

Kynne, Rob., Thos., fam.,

Kyre (Worcs.),

Kyrle, Jas., Joan, w. of Thos.,
-, Thos.,

Lacy, Hugh de, Rog. de,
-, Wal. de,

Laing, John,

Lambert, W. F. A., Rector of Woolaston,

lamprey fishing,

Lancaster, Hen. of, see Henry IV;
-, Mary, w. of Hen., see Bohun

Lancaster, Duchy of, and
-, see Duchy of Lancaster hundred

Lancaster, Duke of, see Gaunt, John
-, of; Henry; Earl of, and see
-, Edmund; Henry

Lancaut, Hen. of, Abbot of De Voto,

Lancaut,
-, ch.,
-, n, fisheries,
-, rectors of, and see
-, Wellington, Wm.; William; vicar
-, of see Bedford, Ric.

Land, B., Jos., Mary,
-, Ric.,

Lane, Nic., Thos. (d. 1544),
-, Thos. (fl. 1557),

Lassington, n,

Laurence, W. F.,

Lawley, Wm.,

Lawrence the priest,

Lawrence, Joan, see Prowe; John,
-, Sam., Vicar of Stonehouse and
-, Rector of St. Michael's, Gloucester,
-, Thos.,

Lays for the Cottage,

Lea, Eliz., see Bayse; Dan.,

Lea Bailey, see Dean, Forest of

Lea Court Farm, see Wheatenhurst

Leadon, riv.,

leather-board making,

Leaze, the, see Eastington

Leckhampton,

Ledbury (Herefs.),

Lediard, Hannah, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Leeds (Yorks. W. R.),

Leet, Christian, see Clifford; Sam.,

Legge, Caroline, m. Tom Goold,
-, Chas. Asgill, Ric.,

Legree (Legury), Jas.,

Leicester, Earl of, see Montfort,
-, Simon de

Leigh, Hen. Vincent, Ric. of,
-, Vicar of Standish, Wm. (d.
-, 1873), Wm. (s. of preceding),
-, fam.,

Leigh,

Lenebant, Thos.,

Leofric, Earl, n, n

Leofric the smith,

Leonard Stanley, see Stanley, Leonard

Leonard-Willey, D. P. O., Dan.,
-, Miss L. E.,

Leslie, Chas.,

Lewes, R. de, Rector of Standish,

Lewis, Francis, Geo. (d. 1634),
-, Geo. (fl. 1692), Hen. (fl.
-, 1552), Hen. (fl. 1598), Jas.
-, (d. 1826), his sons,
-, Jas. Hen. (d. 1853), Mary, w.
-, of Geo. (d. 1634), Morgan,
-, Thos. (fl. 1466), Thos. (fl.
-, 1600), Thos. (fl. 1656),
-, Thos. (fl. 1710), Thos. (fl. 1785),
-, Tim., n; Wm. (fl. 1554),
-, Wm. (fl. 1580, ? same as preceding),
-, Wm. (d. 1639),
-, Wm. (fl. 1804), fam.,

Lewknor, Cath., see Chideock; Ric.,
-, Rog.,

Ley, Upper and Lower, see Westbury
-, on Severn

Ley brook,

Leybourne, Rog. of,

Liddiatt, Thos.,

Liddington, R. J.,

Limesi, Ralph de,

Lincolnshire, benefices in,

linoleum-making,

Linsey, Wm.,

Linton, see Churcham

Lire Abbey (Eure, France),

Lisle, Viscount, see Grey, Edw.;
-, Grey, John; Plantaganet, Arthur;
-, Talbot, John; Talbot, Thos.

Little, Hugh (fl. c. 1100),
-, Hugh (fl. 1163), grds. of preceding,
-, Marg., Rog. (fl. c. 1148),
-, Rog.
-, (fl. 1205, another), Thos.,
-, fam.,

Little London, see Longhope

Littledean,

Littlejohn, Ric., Vicar of Longney,

Llandaff, bishopric of,

Llandybie (Carms.),

Llanthony Priory, estates of,
-, n
-, prior of,
-, rectories and advowsons
-, owned by,

Llewellyn & James, bellfounders,

Lloyd, Anne (fl. 1599), Anne, m.
-, Abraham Chamberlain (fl. 1680),
-, Eliz., m. Chas.
-, Chauncy, Eliz., w. of Geo.
-, (d. 1712), see Bayly; Geo. (fl. 1561,
-, 1565), Geo. (d. 1703),
-, Geo. (d. 1712),
-, John (fl. 1615), John (fl.
-, 1624, ? another), John (fl.
-, 1707, 1721), John (fl.
-, 1743, ? same as preceding),
-, Rebecca, see Hinson; Sibyl, m.
-, Thos. Fogge, Sibyl, w. of
-, Thos. (fl. earlier 17th cent.), see
-, Bird; Thos. (fl. earlier 17th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. 1658, s. of preceding),
-, Thos. (d.
-, 1668), Thos. (fl. 1721),
-, Wm., fam.,

Lloyd-Baker, A. B. Ll., (formerly
-, Murray Browne), Chas.,
-, G. E. Ll., see Baker; Olive Kath.
-, Lloyd,

Locke, Jane, w. of Mic., Mic.,

Loe, Wm., Vicar of Churcham,

Lollards,

Lombard, Adam, John,

London, alderman of,
-, merchants of, named as
-, address,
-, organ builders of,
-, St. Paul's cathedral, canon of,
-, trade with, tradesmen
-, of,
-, university of, Courtauld Institute,
-, and see Antiquaries, Soc.
-, of

London, little, see Longhope

lonegginge, harrowing service called,

Long, Ric., fam.,

Long brook,

Long Burton, see Burton, Long,

long-net fishing,

Longbridge hundred,

Longchamp, Geof. de, Isabel, see
-, Mynors

Longcroft, see Westbury-on-Severn

Longford, John, Mary, m.
-, John Trye,

Longhope, Little London,

Longhope brook,

Longney, Wm., n; fam.,

Longney,
-, adv., agric.,
-, boundaries, Bridgemacot,
-, chant.,
-, char., ch.,
-, Churchend,
-, ct., dom. arch., fields,
-, fisheries,
-, inc., ind.,
-, inns, man.,
-, man.ho., mill,
-, nonconf., par. officers,
-, poor relief, pop., rectory,
-, roads,
-, sch., tithes,
-, n, vicarage, vicarage
-, ho., vicars of,

Longney Russet, apple called,

Longstreet, John, n

Lord Chancellor, and see Yorke,
-, Phil.

Lorridge (Lorwing, formerly in
-, Leonard Stanley), hosp.,

Lucas, Seymour,

Lucy, Dorothy, see Arnold; Joyce,
-, m. Sir Wm. Cooke, Sir
-, Thos. (d. 1600), Sir Thos. (d.
-, 1605),

Luffingham, Jas., Rector of Frethern,
-, Ric., Rector of Frethern,
-, Wm., Rector of Fretherne
-, and curate of Saul,
-, fam.,

Luke the chamberlain,

Lumbars, see Newnham

Lumley, John, Lord Lumley,
-, Ric., Earl of Scarborough,
-,

Lusty, Saul,

Luther, Martin,

Lydney, Allaston,
-, n, n; Nass,

Lydney hundred,

Lydney Rural District,

Lye, Adam, fam.,

Lynnet, Joan, w. of John, John,
-, Ric., Thos.,

Lypiatt, Lower and Over, see Stroud

Lysaght, D. R., W. P. M.,
-, Wm. Royse,

Lysons, Anne, D. G.,
-, Dan. (fl. mid 17th cent.), Dan.
-, (d. 1736), Dan.
-, (d. 1773), Dan. (d.
-, 1800), Dan. (d. 1834),
-, Gertrude Savery,
-, Sam. (d. 1804), Sam. (d.
-, 1819), Sam. (d. 1877),
-, Wm. (fl. 1607), Wm.
-, (fl. 1662, 1672), Wm. (d. 1693,
-, ? same as preceding), Wm. (fl.
-, 1697), Mrs. (fl. 1815),
-, fam.,

Maclver, Colin, Mary Helen,
-, see Stubs; fam.,

Maclean, Donald,

Macpherson, John,

Maddocks, Edm., Geo.,
-, and see Madocke

Maddy, Philo,

Madelin, Susannah,

Madgett, see Woolaston

Madocke, Bridget, Edm. (d.
-, 1626), Edm. (d. 1693),
-, John (d. 1587), John (d. 1643),
-, John (d. 1730), fam.,
-, and see Maddocks

Makepeace, John, curate of Quedgeley,
-,

Maldon, Lawr.,

Mallet, John,

Malmesbury (Wilts.), Abbey,

Malpass, E. P., fam.,

Malson, Joshua, n; Mary, w. of
-, Steph., n; Steph., n; fam.,

malt, service of providing,

Malta, Governor of,

malting,

Malvern, Wm., Abbot of Gloucester,

Malvern, Great (Worcs.), Priory,

Manchester, Dukes of, and see
-, Montagu, Chas.

Map, Wal., writer, Rector of Westbury
-, on-Severn,

Marche, John, Wm.,

Mare, see Delamare

mariners, see sailors

markets, see Alkerton; Beachley;
-, Frampton on Severn; Newnham;
-, Stanley, King's; Stanley Leonard

Marling, Beatrice, w. of Sir Percival,
-, John Figgins, Sir John
-, Stanley Vincent, Lucina, w. of
-, Nat. Sam., Nat. Sam.,
-, Sir Percival Scrope,
-, Sir
-, Sam. Stephens,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Wm. Hen.,
-, fam.,

Marling & Evans Ltd.,

Marling (S. Tyrol),

Marmont, Wm.,

Marshal (Marshall), Anselm,
-, Geof., Gil., Earl of Pembroke,
-, Isabel, see Clare; Maud,
-, Phil., Ric., Earl of Pembroke,
-, Steph., Wal., Earl of
-, Pembroke (d. 1245), Wal.
-, (fl. 1708), Wm., Earl of
-, Pembroke (d. 1219),
-, Wm., Earl of Pembroke (d. 1231),
-, Wm. (fl. 1314),
-, Wm. (fl. 1334, s. of preceding),

Martin (Marten), Mary, Ric.
-, (d. 1818), Ric. (fl. 1839), n;
-, Ric. (fl. 1857, ? another),
-, Thos., Wm., Rector of Blaisdon
-, (fl. 1518), Wm. (fl. 1785),

Masefield, John,

Massey, Edward,

Mathew, John, Rog., Vicar of
-, Longney,

Matson,

Matthews, John,

Mattok, Elsi,

Mauger, Bp. of Worcester,

Mauny, Anne, m. John de Hastinges,
-, Marg., see Brotherton; Wal. de,
-, Lord Mauny,

Mautravers, Agnes, w. of John,
-, John, Marg.,

Mayo, Benj. (fl. 1839), Benj.
-, (d. 1844 ? same as preceding),
-, Benj. Harrison (fl. 1847,
-, 1871), Benj. Pleydell (fl.
-, 1879), John (? d. 1729),
-, John Harrison (d. 1936),
-, Laura, Wm.,

Mead, the, see Tidenham

Meadow Mill, see Eastington

Mears, C. & G., bellfounders,

Mears & Stainbank, bellfounders,

Medland and Maberley, architects,

mercers,

Mercia, King of, and see Beornwulf
-,

Merret, John, n

Mervye, Joan, see Giffard; John,

Meschin, Alice, Ranulph le,
-, Earl of Chester, Wm. le,

Messager, Wal.,

Mew, Sam., Rector of Eastington,
-, Wm., Rector of Eastington,
-,

Middle Yard, see Stanley, King's

Middlemore, Giles,

Middleton, Lord, see Willoughby,
-, Francis; Willoughby, Thos.

Midlands Electricity Board,

Milburne, Eliz., w. of John, John,
-, Sim. (fl. 1436), Sim. (d.
-, 1522, ? same as preceding),

Miles, Hester, see Purnell; Nat.
-, (fl. c. 1797), Nat. (fl. 1798,
-, 1804, ? same as preceding),

Milk Marketing Board,

Mill, Cath., w. of Thos. (fl. 1557,
-, 1570), Edw., John atte
-, (fl. 1307), John, Vicar of
-, Stonehouse (fl. 1473), Mary,
-, w. of Edw., Ric., Thos.,
-, curate of Randwick (fl. 1554),
-, Thos. (fl. 1557, 1570),

Millend, see Eastington

Miller, Adelaide Hilda, see Clifford;
-, J.A.T.,

Miller Bros., firm of,

Mills, Caroline, w. of Wm. (d. 1809),
-, m. Jas. Harmar, Eliz.,
-, John (fl. 1717), John (d. 1825),
-, Marg., see Savage; Wm. (fl.
-, 1690), Wm. (d. 1809),
-, Wm. Lewis (fl. 1865),

mills, see Blaisdon; Cainscross; clothmills;
-, Eastington; Ebley; Framilode;
-, Frampton on Severn; Frocester;
-, Haresfield; Highnam; iron mills;
-, Longney; Moreton Valence;
-, Newnham; oil mill; Over; papermills;
-, Quedgeley; Randwick; sawmills;
-, Standish; Stanley, King's;
-, Stanley, Leonard; Stonehouse;
-, Tidenham; Westbury-on-Severn;
-, Wheatenhurst; windmills; Woolaston
-,

millwrights,

Milton, see Tidenham

Minett, Geo. (d. 1643),
-, Geo. (fl. 1645),

Minsterworth,

Mitchel, see Mitchell

Mitcheldean,

Mitchell (Mitchel), Bridget, m. Sam.
-, Clutterbuck, Edith, see Sandford;
-, Eliz., m. Jacob Elton,
-, Jas. (fl. 1661, 1682), Jas.
-, (d. by 1711, s. of preceding),
-, Jas. (d. 1758), Jas. (fl.
-, 1758, s. of preceding), John,
-, Mary, m. Geo. Small, Miles,
-, Mr. (fl. 1770), n; Mrs. (fl.
-, 1817),

Moat Place, see Haresfield, Haresfield
-, Court

moated sites,

Moels, Hawise, see Newmarch; Isabel
-, de, m. Wm. de Botreaux, John
-, de, Lord Moels (fl. c. 1300),
-, John de, Lord Moels (d. 1337,
-, another), n, Nic. de.
-, (fl. 1235), Nic. de, Lord
-, Moels (d. 1316), Rog. de (fl.
-, 1275), Rog. de (d. 1316), n

Mompesson, John (fl. 1468), John
-, (d. 1501, ? same as preceding),
-, John (d. c. 1525), Ric.,

mondaymen,

Money, Jas., Wm.,

Monmouth, Bertha of, John of,

Monmouth, Earl of, see Cary, Rob.

Monmouth,

Monmouth, honor of,

Monmouthshire, bridge in,
-, estatesin, papermills in,

Montagu (Montague), Chas., Duke of
-, Manchester, Dodington, see
-, Greville; Wm.,

Montfort, Eleanor, w. of Sim.,
-, Sim. de, Earl of Leicester,

Monthermer, Ralph,

Moore, Chris., Francis,
-, John, Vicar of Standish, Wm.,

Moravians,

More Hall, see Stonehouse

Moren, John,

Moreton, Edw., Eliz., see
-, Ducie; (formerly Reynolds), Francis,
-, Lord Ducie, Hen.,
-, Earl Ducie Mat., Lord
-, Ducie (d. 1770), Mat. Ducie
-, Lord Ducie, (d. 1735),
-, (formerly Reynolds), Thos., Lord
-, Ducie (d. 1785), Thos.,
-, Reynolds, Earl Ducie (d. 1840),
-, fam.,

Moreton Valence,
-, adv., agric.,
-, boundaries,
-, char., n
-, ch.,
-, ch. ho., ct.,
-, curates of, dom. arch.,
-, Epney,
-, farms,
-, fields, fisheries,
-, glebe ho.,
-, Horsemarling,
-, inc., ind.,
-, inns, Little Moreton,
-, man.,
-, man.ho., mills,
-, Moreton Hill Farm,
-, nonconf., par. officers,
-, pk., perpetual
-, curacy, Pidgemore,
-, poor relief, pop.,
-, rectory, roads,
-, sch., river
-, trade, Standish Ho.,
-, tithes, Welch's,

Morgan ap Athrwys, King of Glywyssing,
-,

Morgan, Chas. Hen., Christiana,
-, w. of Thos. Hen., Creina,
-, m. Burder, Emily,
-, Frances Susannah, see Williams;
-, Hen. (fl. 1859, either Chas. Hen. or
-, Thos. Hen.), Hen. Francis
-, (d. 1933), Sophia, Thos.,
-, Rector of King's Stanley (fl. 1720),
-, Thos. Hen. (d. 1884),
-, fam.,

Morris, Eliz., m. Wm. Watkins,
-, John, Mary (fl. 1778),
-, Mary, w. of Thos. (d. 1815),
-, Hen., R., Thos. (fl. 1812),
-, Thos. (d. 1815, ? same as
-, preceding), Thos. (d. 1862),
-, Wm. (fl. 1576), Wm., designer,
-, fam.,

Morse, Geo., John (fl. 1594),
-, John (fl. 1622, ? same as preceding),
-, Nic., Thos. (fl. c.
-, 1790), Thos. (fl. 1813, ? same
-, as preceding), Thos. (fl. 1843,
-, ? another),

Mortain, Count of, see John

Mortimer, Ralph (fl. 1230),
-, Ralph de (fl. 1237, ? same as preceding),
-, Rog., Hugh,

Morton, see Churcham

Morwent, Jos., Thos. (fl. 1652),
-, Thos. (fl. 1724), Wm.
-, (fl. 1591, 1614), Wm. (fl. early
-, 18th cent.),

Motley, Arthur, John, Wm.,

Motoun, Eliz., see Fretherne; Wm.,

Mott, Hay & Anderson, engineers,

Mount, the, see Haresfield

Mowbray, Cath., w. of John (d.
-, 1432), m. John Beaumont,
-, John, Earl of Norfolk (d. 1432),
-, John, Duke of Norfolk (d. 1476),
-, Thos., Earl of Norfolk
-, (d. 1399), Thos., Earl of Norfolk
-, (d. 1405),

Mucegros, Wal. (fl. c. 1248), Wal.
-, de (d. c. 1265, ? same as preceding),

murdrum fine, quittance of,

Murray-Browne, Chas., see Lloydbaker
-,

Musard, Ralph,

Muschet, Agnes, m. Ric of Poulton,
-, Rob.,

Mutloe, John,

Mynde, Hen., Vicar of Westbury on
-, Severn,

Mynors, Agnes, w. of Hen., ? m.
-, Rog. de Leybourne, Basile de,
-, m. Pain of Burghill,
-, Eliz. de, m. Wm. de Gamage,
-, Gil. de, Hen. de,
-, n, Isabel de, m. Geof. de
-, Longchamp, Rog. de,
-, Wm. de,

nail-making,

Nailsworth,

Nailsworth brook,

Nailsworth Rly.,

Napier, Anne, see Brodrick; Rob.,

Nash, Giles (fl. 1637), Giles
-, (d. 1699), Giles (d. 1719),
-, Giles (d. 1729), Giles (d.
-, 1767), John, fam.,

Nass, see Lydney

Nastend, see Eastington

Nastend brook,

National Trust,

Nature Conservancy,

Nelson, Horatio, Lord Nelson,

Nerot, Jas.,

net-yarn, service of providing,

Netherend, see Woolaston

Netheridge, see Quedgeley

Netherley, see Westbury-on-Severn,
-, Ley, Lower

Neuilly (Eure, France),

Neville, Ankaret, see Talbot; Strickland,
-, curate of Randwick,
-, Thos., Lord Furnivale,

New Passage,

New South Wales, emigration to,

Newburgh, Earl of, see Radclyffe,
-, Ant.;Radclyffe, Jas.

Newcastle fam.,

Newcastle, Duke of, see Pelham
-, Clinton Hope, Hen.

Newent, Boulsdon,

Newland, Hen., Abbot of Tintern,
-, Nic. of,

Newland, see Clearwell

Newmarch, Hawise, m. Nic. de
-, Moels, Hen. of,
-, Jas. of,

Newnham, Ric. of, Vicar of Woolaston,
-,

Newnham, ,
-, adv., agric., Ayleford,
-, bailiffs, Blythe Ct.
-, (or the Culver Ho.),
-, borough, borough

Newnham (cont.)
-, officers, bridges,
-, Bullo Pill, cast.,
-, chant., chap.,
-, char., ch.,
-, n; ch. ho., Civil War
-, incident, Cockshoot, ct.,
-, curates of, customs,
-, dom. arch.,
-, fair, fields, fire,
-, fisheries, Hawkins
-, Pill, Hill Ho.,
-, Hyde, inc.,
-, ind., inns, Lumbars,
-, man.,
-, maritime and river
-, trade, mkt.,
-, mayor, mills,
-, Newnham Pill,
-, nonconf., par. officers,
-, passage (or Arlingham passage),
-, n,
-, perpetual curacy,
-, poor relief, pop., rectory,
-, rectory ho., Round Green,
-, sch., Soudley,
-, Stears,
-, streets and roads,
-, sword, vicar of, see Brice, E. C.;
-, woodland, wkho., and see
-, Ruddle

Newnham (Northants.), n

Newnham, Kings (Warws.), n

Newnham Urban District,

Newport (Mon.),

Neyr, Maud, w. of Ric., Ric. le,

Niblett, And., Arthur Edw.,
-, Dan. (d. c. 1772), Dan. John
-, (d. 1862),
-, Eliz., Francis,
-, John Dan. Thos.,
-, Kitty, Sam.,
-, fam.,

Nibley, North,

Nicholas the chaplain, Vicar of
-, Churcham,

Nicholas, Vicar of Churcham (? same
-, as Nic. the chaplain), n

Nicholas, H.,

Nicholson, Wm. (fl. 1498, 1532), see
-, Blomer; Wm. (fl. 1579),

Noel, W.M.,

Norfolk, Countess of, see Brotherton,
-, Marg.; Duke of, see Mowbray,
-, John; Earl of,
-, and see Bigod, Rog. (d. 1270);
-, Bigod, Rog. (d. 1306); Brotherton,
-, Thos. de; Mowbray, John (d.
-, 1432); Mowbray, Thos. (d. 1399);
-, Mowbray, Thos. (d. 1405)

Norris, John (fl. 1379, 1381),
-, John, Vicar of Stonehouse (fl.
-, 1643, 1660), Rog.,
-, Wm., Vicar of Stonehouse,

North Hamlet, see Gloucester

Northampton, Earl of, see Bohun,
-, Humph. de; Bohun, Wm. de

Northampton,

Northumberland, Duke of, see Dudley,
-, John

Northwood, see Westbury-on-Severn

Norton, John,

Notelyn, Hugh, Joan, w. of
-, John (fl. c. 1306, 1327), Joan,
-, w. of John (d. 1442), John (fl.
-, c. 1306, 1327), John (d. 1361,
-, s. of preceding), John (d.
-, 1377), John (d. 1442),
-, John (d. 1450),

Notgrove, rector of, see Wetherall,
-, Ric.

Nottswood Hill, see Blaisdon

Nupend, see Eastington

Nussey, E. R., Vicar of Longney,

Nympsfield, rectors of, see

Hayward, Geo. (fl. 1776, 1814);

Hayward, Geo. (fl. 1814, 1837);

Hayward, John

Oakey Farm, see Haresfield

Oakle Street, see Churcham

Oddington,

Offa's Dyke,

Oil Mill, see Ebley

oil-mill,

Oldbroke, Rog., Vicar of Churcham,

Old Passage, see Beachley, passage

Oldberrow, Amice of,

Oldberrow (Warws.),

Oldbury upon Severn, see Shepherdine
-,

Oldend, see Stonehouse

Oldisworth, Edw., Eliz., see
-, Clutterbuck; Rob.,

Oldland, John, Rector of King's
-, Stanley, Ralph,

Oliver, A. C., Rector of Fretherne,
-, Mary, see Sinclair; Thos.,

Ollney, John Harvey,

Olveston,

Onyman, Ric.,

Orchard, Edwin,

organ-builders, and see Liddiatt,
-, Thos.; Forster & Andrews; Walker,
-, Jos.; Walker, J. W.; Wordsworth
-, & Maskell

Organs, Thos.,

Orman brook,

Ormerod, Eleanor, G. T. B.,
-, Geo., n,
-, Thos., Archdeacon of Suffolk,
-, fam.,

Osbert son of Pons,

Osborne, Humph., John,
-, Wm.,

Osgood, John, Vicar of Westbury
-, on Severn,

osiers,

Osment, E. A.,

Oswald, John (fl. 1409, 1459, ? more
-, than one of the name),
-, John (fl. 1559), n; Rose, m. Wm.
-, Pylme,

Otto, Hugh son of, see Hugh

Over, in Churcham,
-, bridge,
-, mill, Vineyard, the,

Oxford, Bodleian Library, librarian
-, of, Chancellor of, see Kingscote,
-, Wm. of; Corpus Christi Coll.,
-, Magdalen Coll.,
-, President of, see Jenner, Thos.

Oxford Movement,

Oxford Septuagint,

Oxfordshire, lands in,

Oxlinch, see Randwick

Ozleworth, rector of, see Robert

Packer, H., Mat., Wm.,
-, Mrs. (fl. 1921),

Pagan, Rob. son of, see Robert

Paganhill, see Stroud

Paget, Walburga, Lady,

Painswick,
-, Ebworth, vicar of, see Yate,
-, Francis

Palmer, Dan., Fielding,
-, Frances, Hannah, w. of Dan.,
-, John, Rob.,
-, Wal., Wm.,

pannage,

paper-mills,

Pardoe, Geo., Mary Eliz., see
-, Croome

Paris, licence to study in,

Park, Aumary of the, Beatrice
-, of the, m. John Butler,
-, Wm. of the (fl. c. 1188),
-, Wm. of the (fl. 1294), ,
-, mother of Wm. (fl. c. 1188),

Park Court, see Hardwicke

Parkend, see Haresfield

Parker, John, Thos., Vicar of
-, Churcham and Rector of Saintbury,
-, Wm.,

Parkinson, Leonard, Mary Eliz.,
-, m. John Altham Graham Clarke,

Parklands, see Wheatenhurst

parks, see Frampton on Severn;
-, Fretherne; Hardwicke; Haresfield;
-, Highnam; Moreton Valence; Standish;
-, Stonehouse; Tidenham;
-, Woolaston

Parry, Annamaria, w. of Thos.
-, Gambier, Anne, see Watkins;
-, Sir Chas. Hubert Hastings,
-, Ernest Gambier, Ethelinda, w.
-, of Thos. Gambier, Giles,
-, John, Thos., Thos.
-, Gambier,
-, Sidney Gambier, Thos. Mark
-, Gambier, fam.,

Parsons, Jas., curate of Newnham,
-, Benj., Rog.,
-, Rector of Blaisdon and Vicar of
-, Brockworth,

Particular Baptists,

Partridge, Dan., Hugh,
-, Wm.,

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

Passfield, Lady, see Potter, Beatrice

Passur, Hen. le,

Patrick the chaplain,

Paul, Sir Geo. Onesiphorus,
-, Holman, w. of John (d. by 1733),
-, John (d. by 1733),
-, Sir John (fl. 1853), Sir John
-, Dean (d. 1852), Mary, w. of
-, , Nat. (fl. 1684),
-, Nat. (d. 1737, s. of preceding),
-, Rob. Snow, Obadiah,
-, Onesiphorus, Sam.,
-, fam.,

Payne, Cath., see Clutterbuck; John,
-, Wm.,

Payton, Hen.,

Peach, Nat., Sam. (fl.
-, 1781), (formerly Cruger),
-, Sam. Peach (fl. 1788, 1839),

Pearce, John, Sim.,
-, Wm., and see Pierce

Peckstreet, see Stanley, King's

Peglar (Pegler), John, Ric.,
-, Sam., Sarah,

Pelham Clinton Hope, Hen., Duke of
-, Newcastle,

Pemble, Wm.,

Pembroke, Earl of, and see
-, Clare, Gil. de; Clare, Ric. de;
-, Hastinges, John de; Herbert, Hen.;
-, Herbert, Wm. (d. 1469); Herbert
-, Wm. (d. 1491); Herbert, Wm. (d.
-, 1570); Marshal, Gil.; Marshal,
-, Ric.; Marshal. Wal.; Marshal, Wm.
-, (d. 1219); Marshal, Wm. (d. 1231);
-, Valence, Aymer de,

Penebrugge, Edw. de,

Penhow (Mon.),

Penne, Sir Edm., n,

Penny, Rob., Rector of Woolaston,

Pentecostal Church,

Penterry (Mon.),

Perkins, Geo., Rector of Fretherne
-, and curate of Saul, Jos.,
-, Mr. (fl. 1770), n

Perronet, French engineer,

Pershore Abbey (Worcs.),

Peter the burgess,

Peters, E., Ralph, S.,
-, T. E., Thos., Rector of
-, Eastington, W.,

Pettat, John, Vicar of Stonehouse,
-, curate of Leonard Stanley, and
-, Rector of Quenington,
-, Thos. (fl. 1739, 1759),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1805, s. of preceding),
-, n, Thos.,
-, Vicar of Stonehouse and Rector of
-, Hatherop (d. 1839), Thos.
-, John (fl. 1840), fam.,

Phelps fam.,

Philip, chaplain of Saul,

Philip the freeman,

Phillimore, Sam.,

Phillips, Edm., Eliz., see Bell;
-, Giles, Halliday, John,
-, Thos., Wm., Misses (fl.
-, 1853, 1870),

Philpot, John, Wm. (fl. 1420s),
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1560), fam.,

physicians,

Piccadilly brook,

Pickard-Cambridge, Geo.,
-, Hen., fam.,

Picked Elm Farm, see Selsley

Pickerell, Cecily,

Pidgemore, see Moreton Valence

Pierce, Anne, Anne (dau. of
-, preceding), m. Jas. Denison,
-, Sarah, Obadiah Paul,
-, fam., and see Pearce

Pigeon House, the, see Stanley, King's

pin-making,

pinetum,

Pitchcombe,
-, n

P tres, Rog. de,

Pitt, Ric., Mrs. (fl. 1774),

Place, Mrs. D. F.,

Planck, W.,

plague,

Plantaganet, Arthur, Vct. Lisle,
-, Eliz., see Grey; Honor, w. of
-, Arthur,

'Plateland' (Mon.),

Plusterwine, see Woolaston

Plymouth Brethren,

Pockett, Anne, w. of John Dan. (d.
-, 1933), Dan., Ena, m.
-, G. A. Bearman, John Dan. (d.
-, 1924), John Dan. (d. 1933),
-, Rob.,

Pons, Drew son of, see Drew; Osbert
-, son of, see Osbert; Ralph son of
-, Osbert son of, see Ralph; Ric. son
-, of, see Richard; Wal. son of Ric.
-, son of, see Clifford

Pontlarge, Constance, w. of Rob.,
-, Margery, w. of Wm. (fl. 1224),
-, Ralph de, Rob. de,
-, Wal. de,
-, Wm. de (fl. 1224),
-, Wm. (fl. 1247, another),

Pool (Poole), Beata, m. Prout,
-, Chas., Eliz. (fl. 1546), see
-, Whittington; Eliz. (fl. 1907),
-, Sir Giles, Sir Hen. (d.
-, 1616), Hen. (fl. 1625), Nat.,
-, Rob.,

Porter, Alys, w. of Arthur (fl. 1532),
-, c. 1540), Arthur (fl. 1525),
-, Arthur (fl. 1532, c. 1540, ? another),
-, Frideswide,
-, Mary, Rog. (fl. 1506),
-, Rog. (fl. 1507, ? same as
-, preceding), Rog. (fl. 1517, ?
-, another), n; Thos. (fl. 1559),
-, n; Thos. (fl. 1592, ? another),

Potter, Beatrice, m. Sidney Webb,
-, Lord Passfield, Ric.,

potters,

Poulton, Agnes, see Muschet; Edw.,
-, John of, Margery of,
-, Ric. of. (d. c. 1307), Ric. of
-, (s. of the preceding), Rob. of,
-, Thos., Wal. of, and see
-, Pulton

Poultonshill, see Westbury-on-Severn

Pounce, Sir Edm.,

Powell, Eugenia, see Stoughton; Hen.,
-, John, Thos. (d. 1785),
-, Thos. (d. 1795), Wal., Vicar of
-, Standish, Watson,
-, Wm. (fl. late 16th cent.), Wm.
-, (fl. 1843),

Poyning, Eleanor, see FitzAlan; Ric.,

Poyntz, Nic., n

Prain, David,

prehistoric remains, see Frampton on
-, Severn; Frocester; Haresfield;
-, Randwick; Stanley, King's; Stanley,
-, Leonard; Tidenham; Woolaston
-,

Presbyterians,

Prescott, Hen., Rector of King's
-, Stanley, Wal. of,

Prestbury, vicar of, see Baghott,
-, Kynard

Preston (Crowthorne and Minety
-, hundred), vicar of, see Cripps, Hen.

Price, Francis, John, Rector of
-, Woolaston,

Priday, see Pridey

Pride, Thos. (fl. 1766), Thos.
-, (fl. 1791, s. of preceding),

Pridey (Priday), John, Sam.,
-, Wal., Wm.,

pridgavel, customary payment called,

priest, Lawr. the, see Lawrence;
-, Wulfwin the, see Wulfwin

Primitive Methodists,

Prince, Edw., Mary, see Yate; Rob.,
-, Rector of Woolaston, n

Prior Park (nr. Bath),

Pritchard, Hen., John, Wal.,
-, Vicar of Frocester,

Probyn, Sir Edm. (d. 1742), Edm.
-, (d. 1819), Edm. (fl. 1863),
-, (formerly Hopkins), John (d. 1773),
-, John (d. 1843), John (d.
-, 1863), n; fam.,

Proctor, Wm.,

Protector, Lord, see Cromwell, Oliver

protestant nonconformity, see Baptists;
-, Bible Congregationalists;
-, gationalists; Countess of Huntingdon's
-, Connexion; Independents;
-, Moravians; Particular Baptists;
-, Pentecostal Church; Plymouth
-, Brethren; Prebyterians; Primitive
-, Methodists; Quakers; Wesleyan
-, Methodists

Prout, Beata, see Pool; J. C. P.,

Prowe, Agnes, see Gorst; Cecily, m.
-, Rob. Dowdeswell, Joan, m.
-, John Lawrence, Lawr.,

Puddiford, Osbert de, Ric. de,
-, Rog. de, fam.,

Puddingworth brook,

Puddleworth, see Alkerton

Pulham, James,

Pullin, F. E.,

Pulton, Anne, w. of Ric. (d. 1701),
-, Eliz., Ric. (d. 1701),
-, Ric. (d. 1758), Ric. (fl.
-, 1764), Sam., fam.,
-, and see Poulton

Purnell, Anne, m. Rob. Bransby
-, Cooper, Eliz., Emily
-, Anne, m. David Purnell Edwards,
-, Frances Mary, Hester,
-, m. Nat. Miles, John (fl. 1778,
-, of Dursley), John (fl. 1760,
-, 1778, of Fromebridge),
-, Mary, m. Hen. Jennings,
-, (formerly Cooper), Purnell Bransby,
-, Rebecca, m. Thos. Wall,
-, Rob., Sam. (d. c. 1797),
-, Sam. (s. of preceding),
-, Thos. Purnell, W. P.,
-, Wm., Mr.
-, (fl. 1833), fam.,

Purnell & Co.,

Purnell-Edwards, (formerly Edwards),
-, David, Emily Anne, see
-, Purnell

Pury, Thos. (fl. 1634), Thos. (fl.
-, 1649, ? another), Thos. (fl.
-, 1658, c. 1690, ? same as preceding),

putcher-weirs,
-,

Putloe, see Standish

Putot, Wm. de,

Pylme, Ric., Rose, see Oswald;
-, Wm.,

Pyrke, John, (formerly Watts),
-, Jos. (fl. 1803), Jos. (fl. 1839),
-, Martha, w. of Rob., m.
-, Edmunds, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Quakers,

quarries,

Qued brook,

Quedgeley, Phil. of,

Quedgeley,
-, adv., agric., boundaries
-, char.,
-, ch., ct.,
-, curates of, dom. arch.,
-, farms, fields,
-, fisheries, glebe ho.,
-, inc., ind.,
-, inns, man.,
-, Manor Farm,
-, mills, Netheridge,
-, nonconf., par. officers,
-, poor relief, pop,
-, R.A.F. maintenance unit at,
-, rectory,
-, roads, royal visit,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, Woolstrop,

Queen Anne's Bounty,

Quenington, rector of, see Pettat,
-, John

Radclyffe (Ratcliffe), Anne, w. of Ant.,
-, n; Ant., Earl of Newburgh,
-, Barbara, see Kemp; Jas., Earl
-, of Newburgh, Rob., Vicar of
-, Stonehouse and Rector of Coln
-, Rogers,

Radnor militia, soldier of,

railway sleepers, manufacture of,

railways, see Bristol and Gloucester;
-, Forest of Dean; Gloucester and
-, Dean Forest; Gloucester and Ledbury;
-, Great Western; Hereford
-, and Gloucester; Nailsworth; South
-, Wales; Tintern, wireworks rly.;
-, Wye Valley

Raleigh, Joan, m. Gerard Braybrook,
-, John, Leonard, Geo.,
-, Rose, see Helion; Sim.,
-, Thos., Sir Wal., n; Wm.,

Ralph son of Ernisius,

Ralph son of Osbert son of Pons,

Ramftler, C. F.,

Randle, Jas.,

Randwick,
-, n, n; agric.,
-, boundaries,
-, char., ch.,
-, ch. ho.,
-, ct., curates, dom.
-, arch., farms, fields,
-, glebe ho.,
-, inc., ind.,
-, inns, man., man.ho.,
-, mill, mock mayor,
-, nonconf., Oxlinch,
-, par. officers,
-, perpetual curacy, poor
-, relief, pop., prehist.
-, rem., roads, sch.,
-, tithes, vicar of, see Elliot,
-, John; vicarage, woodland,
-, wkho.,

Randwick (New South Wales),

Ratcliffe, see Radclyffe

Ravenswart (fl. 9th cent.),

Rawlins, Thos., curate of Randwick,

Read, Martha, see Clutterbuck; Wm.,

Ready, Alex., see Colston

Reddall, Ambrose,

Redhill Farm, see Stanley, King's

Reece, John,

reed, ploughing service called,

Reeks, G., T.,

Reeve, Thos.,

Rendcomb,

Rennie, John,

Reynold son of Hugh,

Reynold, John son of, see FitzHerbert

Reynolds, Francis, see Moreton;
-, Thos., see Moreton; fam.,

Rice, Ephraim, Vincent, Vicar
-, of Standish,

Richard III,

Richard son of Pons,

Richardson, Mrs., see Chinn

Ricketts, Edw. (d. 1856), Edw.
-, (fl. 1840, 1874), Edw.
-, Ernest (fl. 1908, 1920), Eliz.,
-, Jas. (d. c. 1821), Jas.
-, (d. 1848), Jas. (fl. 1908),
-, Hannah, Mrs. T. R.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1856), Thos.
-, (fl. 1863, 1874, ? another),

Rimmer, Ric., Rector of Eastington,

Rimmington, John, Sam.,
-, Mr. (fl. 1764), fam.,

riots,

Rishton, Eleanor,

Rissington, Great, rector of, see
-, Browne, Ric.

river, canal, and maritime trade, see
-, Gloucester and Berkeley Canal;
-, Frampton on Severn; Fretherne;
-, Moreton Valence; Newnham; sailors;
-, Saul; Severn; Stroudwater
-, Canal; Tidenham; Westbury on
-, Severn; Wheatenhurst; Woolaston;
-, Wye

Robert, Rector of Ozleworth,

Robert ap Adam, see Adam

Robert son of Gregory,

Robert son of Pagan,

Robert son of Walter (or Robert de
-, Shipton),

Robert, Wal. son of, see Walter

Roberts, Caesar, Eliz., m. Edw.
-, Smith, Sir Gil., Giles,
-, Lewis, Nic., fam.,

Robins, John, Marg., m. Jasper
-, Selwyn, Thos.,

Robinson, Hen., J. W.,
-, Jane, see White; W. G.,

Robson, Wm., Vicar of Stonehouse,

Robson & Severs, firm of,

Rodborough, John of, Maud, w.
-, of Miles, Miles of, Thos. of
-, (fl. c. 1300), Thos. of (s. of
-, preceding), Thos. of (d. 1367,
-, s. of preceding),

Rodborough,
-, Dudbridge,

Rodley, Ralph of,

Rodley, in Westbury-on-Severn,
-, Bury Ct.,
-, ct., Court
-, Farm (or Rodley Farm),
-, Cowley's Elm, man.,
-, fisheries,

Roger the freeman,

Rogers, Edw., John (d. 1683),
-, John (d. 1698),
-, n, John (d. 1721), Nic.,
-, Ric., Thos. (d. 1638),
-, Thos. (fl. 1638, s. of preceding),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1650), Wm.
-, (d. 1662), Wm. (d. 1690),
-, , m. Bearcroft, , m.
-, Jones,

Rolf, Thurstan son of, see Thurstan

Rolland, Auguste, Cath., see
-, Hicks

Roman Catholics,

Roman remains, see Churcham; Eastington;
-, Frampton on Severn;
-, Frocester; Haresfield; Standish;
-, Stanley, King's; Tidenham; Woolaston;
-, roads, n,

Rome, licence to study at,

Romilly, Rob. de,

Romsey, John,

rope-making,

Rosetti, Dante Gabriel,

Ross-on-Wye (Herefs.),

Rous, Thos.,

Rowlands, J. R., Vicar of Longney,

Rowles, Geo., Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. c. 1573), Wm. (fl.
-, 1594), Wm. (d. 1637, probably
-, another), Wm. (d. 1694),
-, fam.,

Rowles Farm, see Haresfield

Royal Coll. of Music, director of,

Royal Gloucestershire Hussars,

Ruardean,

rubber-making,

Ruddle, in Newnham,
-, fisheries, Haie, the,
-, man.,
-, mill,

Rudford, Highleadon,

Rudge, Thos., Archdeacon of Gloucester,
-, Vicar of Frampton on
-, Severn and of Haresfield,

Rudge manor, see Hardwicke

Rudhall, Abraham (d. 1735),
-, Abraham
-, (fl. 1739, 1775),
-, John,
-, Thos., fam.,

Rue, Wulfin le,

Rupert, Prince,

Rural Poems; or Rhymes from the loom,

Ruscombe, see Stroud

Ruscombe brook,

Russell, Eliz., w. of John, John,
-, Sir Wm.,

Rutter, Edw., Vicar of Wheatenhurst,

Ryeford, see Stonehouse

Sabyn, John,

sailors,

St. Arvans (Mon.), perpetual curate of,
-, see Seys, Wm.

St. Briavels, cast.,

St. Briavels hundred,

St. George's Diocesan Training
-, School, see Eastington

St. John, Edw. of, John of,
-, M. W. F., Vicar of Frampton on
-, Severn, Thos. of, Wal. of,
-, Abbot of Gloucester,

St. Pierre (Mon.),

St. Twrog's chapel, see Beachley

St. Valery, Bernard of, Reynold
-, de,

Saintbury, vicar of, see Parker, Thos.

Salesian Society,

Sall (Norf.), n

Salisbury (Wilts.),

salmon fishing,
-,

salt, service of carrying,

Salter, Geo.,

Samuel, B. H.,

Sandford, Anselm (d. 1611),
-, Anselm (d. 1635), Anselm;
-, curate of Leonard Stanley (fl. 1683),
-, Edith, m. John Mitchell,
-, Jas. (d. 1638), Jas. (fl.
-, 1737), John (fl. 1525, 1554),
-, John (d. 1684),
-, John (fl. 1688),
-, John, curate of Leonard
-, Stanley (fl. 1749, 1781), John
-, (fl. 1856), Mary, see Bayse;
-, Rob. (d. 1719), Rob.
-, (d. 1769), Rob. (d. 1804),
-, Thos., Wm. (d. 1570),
-, Wm. (d.
-, 1632),
-, Wm. (d. 1693), Wm. (d. 1726),
-, Wm. (fl. 1731), ,
-, w. of Thos., fam.,

sandgavel, customary payment called,

Sandhurst, Vicar of, see
-, Carpenter, Thos.

Sands, David Powell, Mrs. Mary,

Sansum, John,

Santiago (Spain),

Sapperton, Frampton Mansell in,
-, rector of, see Thatch, Thos.

Sapy, Aline, see Bath; John de,
-, Rob. de, n

Saul, agric.,
-, boundaries, n.
-, ch.,
-, ch. ho., curates and chaplains
-, of, and see Luffingham, Wm.;
-, Perkins, Geo.; dom. arch.,
-, ; fair, n; farms,
-, fields, inc.,
-, ind., inns,
-, man. nonconf.,
-, par. officers, perpetual
-, curacy, poor relief, pop.,
-, river and canal trade,
-, roads, Saul Warth,
-, sch., tithes,
-, and see Framilode

Saunders, John, Rector of Westbury-on-Severn
-, (fl. 1408, 1430), John
-, (fl. 1732), Wm. (fl. 1383),
-, Wm. (fl. 1727),

Savage, Eleanor, see Barrow; Geo.,
-, n, Marg., m. John
-, Mills, Thos., Vicar of Standish,
-, , dau. of Thos.,
-, m. Sir Thos. Crawley-Boevey,
-, n

Savaker, John, Vicar of Frampton on
-, Severn,

Say, Wm. de,

saw-mills,

Sawle, Wm.,

Scarborough, Earl of, see Lumley, Ric.

Scotland, service in,

Scudamore, Godwin, Rowles,

Sealey, Lawr., Wm. Geo.,

Sedbury, see Tidenham

Sedgebeer, T. H.,

Seed, Brice, n

Seine, riv. (France),

Sellars manor, see Westbury-on-severn
-,

Selsley, in King's Stanley,
-, ch., inns,
-, Picked Elm Farm,
-, sch., Selsley Common,
-, Stanley Pk.,

Selwyn, Albinia, w. of Wm. (d. 1702),
-, Edith, see Bennett; Geo.
-, Augustus, Jasper (d. 1635),
-, Jasper (fl. 1684),
-, Jasper (d. 1690, ? another),
-, Jasper (d. 1733),
-, Jasper (d. 1777), Jasper,
-, curate of Wheatenhurst (d. 1787),
-, John (d. 1751),
-, John (fl. 1775, 1791), Marg.,
-, see Robins; Ric. (fl. mid 16th
-, cent.), Ric. (fl. 1610),
-, Ric. (fl. 1612, ? same as preceding),
-, Ric. (d. 1662), Ric. (d.
-, 1666), Ric. (d. by 1687),
-, Ric. (d. by 1692, s. of preceding),
-, Ric. (fl. 1733), Susannah,
-, Townsend, Vicar of Churcham,
-, Wm. (fl. 1558),
-, Wm. (fl. 1563, ? same as preceding),
-, Wm. (fl. 1610), Wm.
-, (d. 1643, another), Wm. (d.
-, 1679), Wm. (fl. 1679, 1684),
-, Wm. (fl. 1692, another),
-, Wm. (d. 1702, another), n;
-, Wm. (fl. 1775), , w. of Jas-
-, per (d. 1787), fam.,

serjeanty,

Serlo, Abbot of Gloucester,

services, customary, see arrows; chir-
-, ched; church-scot; herring silver;
-, honey; ironwork; lonegginge; malt;
-, netyarn; pannage; pridgavel; reed;
-, salt; sandgavel; spurs; stallgale;
-, unlawenherthe; weir building; wodehen
-, wood; woodward

Severn, riv., as a boundary,
-,
-, bridges over, see
-, Severn Bridge; Over, bridge; fisheries,
-,
-,
-, flooding,
-, land
-, reclaimed from,
-, passages over,
-, and see Beachley; Framilode; New
-, Passage; Newnham; Shepherdine;
-, sea-walls,
-, trade,

Severn Bridge,

Severn Tunnel Company,

Seymour, Anne, w. of Edw.,
-, Edw., Duke of Somerset,
-, Thos., Lord Seymour of
-, Sudeley,

Seys, Wm., Vicar of Tidenham and
-, of Chepstow, curate of St. Arvans,
-, w. of Wm., see Jones

Shakerley, Francis,

Sharpe (Sharp), C. H., Sam.,

Shaw, Thurston, Vicar of Stonehouse,
-,

Sheen Priory (Surr.),

Shefford, Ric., Vicar of Frampton on
-, Severn,

Sheldon, Eliz., Sir. Jos.,
-, Wm.,

Shellingford (Berks.), rector of, see
-, Stephens, Rob. (d. 1777)

Shell-Mex & B.P. Ltd.,

Shepherdine, in Oldbury upon Severn,
-, passage,

Sheppard, Edw., Frances, see
-, Ducie; Phil., n; Sam. (fl. 1656),
-, Sam. (fl. 18th cent.), ,
-, w. of Sam. (fl. 18th cent.),

Sherborne, Lord, and
-, see Dutton, John; Dutton, Jas.
-, Huntley

Sherborne,

Shere, Anne, w. of Ric., Edw.
-, (fl. 1583), Edw. (fl. 1608, ?
-, same as preceding), Hen.,
-, John, Ric., fam.,

Sheriff, Ric., Vicar of Westbury-on-severn,
-,

Shering, Wm.,

Sherston (Wilts.),

ship-building,

Shipman, Ant. (d. 1666), Ant.
-, (d. 1668), n; Chris.,

Shipton, Rob. de, see Robert son of
-, Walter

shire and hundred courts, exemption
-, from,

shire horses, stud farm,

Shorland, Wm.,

Shorn brook,

Shrewsbury, Earl of, and see
-, Talbot, Francis; Talbot, Geo. (d.
-, 1538); Talbot, Geo. (d. 1590);
-, Talbot, Gil.; Talbot, John (d.
-, 1453); Talbot, John (d. 1460);
-, Talbot, John (d. 1473)

shrimp fishing,

Shurmer, Thos.,

Sibly, G. W.,

Sidnell, Mic.,

Sil brook,

Silver, E. W., S. W.,

Sims, Hen., John, Mary,
-, n; Wm., n

Sinclair, Mary, w. of , m. Thos.
-, Oliver,

Sisters of the Temple,

Skelton, Ambrose,

'Skimmington' (fl. 1631),

Skipp, Thos.,

Slaughter, Lower,

Slimbridge, Slimbridge
-, Warth,

Slindon (Suss.),

Small, Geo., John Mary, see
-, Mitchell; Ric., Thos.,

Smallwood, Jas.,

Smart, D. H., Eliz., Humph.,
-, Joan, see Alley; Mary,
-, Thos.,

Smirke, Sir Rob.,

Smith, Chas., Mrs. E.,
-, Edw., Eliz., see Roberts; Hen.,
-, Hester, Jas.,
-, Mary, m. John Ball, Mary, w.
-, of Thos. (d. 1684), see Fowler; Mrs.
-, Mary (fl. 1835, 1842), Miles,
-, Rector of King's Stanley,
-, Mrs. Phoebe, Sarah, see
-, Buckle; Sam. (fl. late 19th cent.),
-, Sam. (s. of preceding),
-, Thos. (d. 1684), Thos.
-, (fl. 1686), Thos. (fl. 1804,
-, 1819), Wm., Mrs. (fl.
-, 1701),

Smith, Leofric the, see Leofric

Snell, Chas., Dorothy, see Yate;
-, Powell,

Snig, Geo.,

Snodhull, Thos.,

Snow, Edm., Mary, see Young

Society for Promoting Christian
-, Knowledge,

Society for the Propagation of the
-, Gospel,

Sollers, Sim. de (fl. 1303), Sim.
-, de (fl. 1346, s. of preceding),
-, Wal.,

Somerset, Chas., Earl of Worcester,
-, Chas. Noel, Duke of Beaufort,
-, Edw., Earl of Worcester,
-, Edw., Marquess of Worcester,
-, formerly Lord Herbert, Eliz.,
-, see Herbert; Eliz., w. of Chas.
-, Noel, Hen., Earl of Worcester
-, (d. 1549),
-, Hen., Earl and Marquess
-, of Worcester (d. 1646), Hen.,
-, Marquess of Worcester and Duke
-, of Beaufort, formerly Lord Herbert
-, (d. 1698), Hen.,
-, Duke of Beaufort (d. 1714),
-, Hen., Duke of Beaufort (d. 1745),
-, Hen., Duke of Beaufort (d.
-, 1803), Hen., Duke of
-, Beaufort (d. 1853), Hen.
-, Chas., Duke of Beaufort (d. 1835),
-, Hen. Chas. Fitzroy, Duke of
-, Beaufort (d. 1899),
-, Wm., Earl of Worcester (d. 1589),
-, Lord Wm., Wm.,
-, Rector of Woolaston,

Somerset, Duke of, see Seymour,
-, Edw.

Soudley, see Newnham

Soudley brook,

Soudley Iron Co.,

South Wales Rly.,

Southwell, Sir Edw., n

spa, see Stonehouse

Sparcroft brook,

Sparke, John,

Sperry Gyroscope Ltd.,

Spilman, Adam, Alice, m. Wal.
-, Cook, John (fl. 1316, 1327),
-, John (s. of preceding),
-, Margery, see Bayeux; Thos.,

spurs, service of providing,

Stacy, John, Rector of Woolaston,
-, n

Stafford, Anne, w. of Edm. (d.
-, 1403), see Woodstock; Anne, w. of
-, Humph., m. Wal. Blount,
-, Cath., see Chideock; Edm.,
-, Earl of Stafford (d. 1403),
-, Edm., Bp. of Exeter (d. 1419),
-, Edw., Duke of Buckingham
-, (d. 1521), Edw., Lord
-, Stafford (fl. 1569),
-, Eleanor, w. of Edw. (d. 1521),
-, Hen., Duke of Buckingham (d.
-, 1483), Hen.,
-, Lord Stafford (d. 1653),
-, Hen., Lord Stafford (d. 1566),
-, Hen., Earl of Stafford (d.
-, 1637), Hugh, Earl of Stafford
-, (d. 1386), Hugh (d.
-, 1420), Humph., Earl of
-, Stafford and Duke of Buckingham,
-, Mary, m. Wm. Howard,
-, Mary, w. of Ric.,
-, Nic., Ric.,
-, Ursula, w. of Hen. (d. 1563),
-, Wm., fam., n

Stafford, Earl of, and see
-, Stafford, Edm.; Stafford, Hen.;
-, Stafford, Hugh; Stafford, Humph.;
-, Stafford-Howard, Hen.; Stafford-Howard,
-, John Paul; Stafford-Howard,
-, Wm. Matthias; Vct., see
-, Howard, Wm.

Stafford-Howard, Hen., Earl of Stafford,
-, John Paul, Earl of
-, Stafford, Wm. Matthias, Earl
-, of Stafford,

stallgale, customary payment,

Standard Wagon Co.,

Standish,
-, adv., agric., boundaries,
-,
-, n, bridges,
-, chap., ch.,
-,
-, ch. ho., Colethrop,
-, n,
-, ct., dom. arch.,
-, farms, fields,
-, Haresfield, Little,
-, Hayes,
-, the, inc.,
-, ind., inns, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, see Standish, Standish Ct.; mills,
-, named as address,
-, nonconf., par. officers,
-, pk., poor
-, relief, pop., Putloe,
-, n,
-, Putloe Ct., rectors
-, of, rectory,
-, roads, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, Standish Ct.,
-, Standish Moreton,
-, tithes, tithings,
-, vicarage, vicarage
-, ho., vicars of,
-, and see
-, Andrews, Ant.; Frampton, Rob.;
-, Savage Thos.; woodland,

Standish House, see Moreton Valence

Stanford, Edw., Sir Rob.,
-, Wm. (d. by 1579), Wm. (fl.
-, 1579), Wm. (fl. 1636),

Stanley, see Blaisdon

Stanley, King's
-, adv., agric.,
-, borough,
-, Borough Ho. Farm,
-, char., ch.,
-, ct., Court
-, Farm,
-, Court Ho., dom. arch.,
-, fair, farms,
-, fields, inc.,
-, ind., inns,
-, man.,
-, man.ho., mkt.,
-, Middle Yard,
-, mills, and see Stanley,
-, King's, Stanley Mill; named as
-, address, nonconf.,
-, par.
-, officers, Peckstreet,
-, Peck-
-, street Ho. (two of the name),
-, Pigeon Ho., the,
-, poor relief, pop.,
-, prehist. rem., rectors of,
-, and see Gibson, John;
-, rectory, rectory ho.,
-, Redhill Farm, Rom.
-, rem., sch., Stanley Ho.,
-, n; Stanley
-, Mill,
-, tithes,
-, woodland, wkho.,
-, and see Selsley

Stanley, Leonard, n,
-, n agric.,
-, Beard's Mill,
-, chap., ch.,
-, ch. ho.,
-, ct., curates and
-, vicars of, and see Jones,
-, David; Jones, John Price; Pettat,
-, John; Swynnerton, Chas.; dom.
-, arch., fair, n;
-, farms. fields, fire,
-, glebe ho., inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns, man.,
-, man.ho., mkt.,
-, mills,
-, and see Stanley, Leonard,
-, Beard's Mill; nonconf., par.
-, officers, perpetual curacy,
-, poor relief, pop.,
-, prehist. rem., rectory,
-, roads, royal visit,
-, sch., Stanley
-, Downton, tithes,
-, Townsend Ho., vicars,
-, see Stanley, Leonard, curates;
-, wkho.,

Stanley, Leonard, Priory,
-, bldgs. of,
-, estates of, n,
-, mills of, Prior
-, of, n, n; and see Crosse,
-, John

Stanley, Monks', former name of
-, Leonard Stanley,

Stanley Downton, see Stanley, Leonard
-,

Stanley House, see Stanley, King's

Stanley Mill, see Stanley, King's

Stanley Park, see Selsley

Stanshawe, Humph., John,
-, Margery, m. John Calton,
-, Ric., Rob.,

Stanton, Jas. T.,

Stanton Harcourt (Oxon.),

Stantone, former name of King's
-, Stanley,

Stantway, see Westbury-on-Severn

Staples, Geo.,

Staunton, rector of, see Winter, Rog.

Staure, Alex. of, Eliz., see
-, Clifford; Gil. of, John of (fl.
-, 1277), John (fl. c. 1400),
-, John (fl. 1418, ? another),
-, Leofric of, Thos., Wm. of
-, (fl. later 12th cent.), Wm. of (d.
-, 1308), Wm. of (fl. 1340),
-, fam.,

Staverton, Rob. of,

Stears, see Newnham

Stephen the chaplain,

Stephens, Ann (fl. 1840), Anne,
-, w. of Hen. (d. 1795),
-, Cath., w. of Nat. (fl. 1617),
-, Chas., Edw. (fl. 1559,
-, 1562), Edw. (d. 1587, probably
-, another),
-, Edw. (fl. 1608, 1653),
-, Edw. (fl. 1617, ? same as preceding),
-, Edw. (fl. 1729),
-, Edw. (fl. 1735, s. of preceding),
-, Eliz., w. of Nat. (d. 1732),
-, Hen. (d. 1795), (formerly
-, Willis), Hen. (fl, 1805),
-, Jas., Joan, w. of
-, Edw. (d. 1587), John,
-, Nat. (fl. 1617), Nat. (d. 1660,
-, ? same as preceding),
-, Nat. (fl. 1653, 1674),
-, Nat. (d. 1732, another),
-, Nat. (d. 1776), Ric. (fl. 1556,
-, 1561), Ric. (d. 1577, ?
-, another), Ric.
-, (d. 1599), Ric. (d. 1678),
-, Ric. (d. c. 1770), Rob. (d.
-, 1732), Rob., Rector of Eastington
-, and Shellingford (d. 1777),
-, Wal., fam.,
-, and see Stevens

Stevens, Jas., John,
-, Wm., , dau. of Jas., ,
-, s. of Jas., and see Stephens

Stigand, Abp. of Canterbury,

Stinchcombe,

Stock, Chas., Rector of King's
-, Stanley and of Cranham, John
-, Skinner,

Stocking, Wm., n

Stoke, Thos. of, Rector of Standish,
-, Wm., Vicar of Standish,

Stoke Golding (Leics.), rector of, see
-, Beeley, Wm.

Stonehouse, Geof. of, John of
-, (fl. 1276), John of (fl. 1361),
-, John of (fl. 1375, ? another),
-, John (fl. 1422), John (fl.
-, 1435, ? another), Ric. of,
-, Wm. of,

Stonehouse, adv.,
-, agric., Bond's Mill,
-, boundaries,
-, Bridgend,
-, Bridgend
-, Mill, bridges,
-, Cashe's Green,
-, char., ch.,
-, ct.,
-, dom. arch., fair,
-, farms, fields,
-, fishery, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns, Lower
-, Mill,
-, man.,
-, man.ho., see Stonehouse,
-, Stonehouse Ct.; mills,
-, and see Stonehouse, Bridgend
-, Mill; Stonehouse, Lower Mill;
-, Stonehouse, Ryeford Mill; Stonehouse,
-, Upper Mill; More Hall,
-, n, named as
-, address, nonconf.,
-, Oldend,
-, par. officers, pk.,
-, poor relief, pop., rectory,
-, roads,
-, Ryeford,
-, Ryeford Mill,
-, sch., spa,
-, Stonehouse Ct., tithes,
-, Upper Mill,
-, vicarage, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars of, and see
-, Harris, Samson; Pettat, John;
-, Pettat, Thos.; White, Wm. Farren;
-, Westrip,
-, Wycliffe
-, Coll., and
-, see Cainscross; Ebley

stop-net fishing,

Stott, Sir Geo., Sir Phil.,

Stoughton, Eugenia, w. of Geo., m.
-, Watson Powell, Geo.,

Strachan (Strahan), John, Josiah
-, Greathead,

Stradling, John,

Strahan, see Strachan

Stratford, Edw.,

Stratton,

straw-hat-making,

Strickland, Thompson,

Striguil (or Chepstow), honor of,
-, Priory,

Stroat, see Tidenham

Stroud, as a regional
-, centre,
-, boundaries,
-, Lypiatt, Lower,
-, Lypiatt, Over, named as
-, address, Paganhill,
-, Ruscombe, n,

Stroud Rural District,

Stroud Union,

Stroud Urban District,

Stroud Water Co.,

Stroudwater, riv., see Frome

Stroudwater Canal,
-,

Stubs, Mary Helen, m. Colin Maclver,
-, Peter,

Sudbury, John, Rector of Eastington,
-,

Suffield, Thos.,

Suffolk, Duke of, see Brandon, Chas.

Suffolk, Archdeacon of, see Ormerod,
-, Thos.

Sunderland (co. Dur.),

surgeons,

Surman, John Surman (fl. 1844),
-, John (fl. later 19th cent.),

Surrey, charity distributed in,

Swanley, John, Ric.,

Swansea (Glam.),

Swayne, Wm.,

Swedenborg, Emmanuel,

Swindon (Glos.),

Swinfield, Ric. de, Bp. of Hereford,

Swynnerton, Chas., Vicar of Leonard
-, Stanley,

Sydney, Vct., see Townshend, Thos.

Sykes, Dan.,

Symings, John,

Syrell, Ric., Rector of Eastington,

Talbot, Ankaret, dau. of Gil. (d.
-, 1418), Ankaret, w. of Ric.
-, (d. 1396), m. Thos. Neville,
-, Eliz., m. Edw. Grey,
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Grey, Eliz., w.
-, of Ric. (d. 1356), see Comyn;
-, Francis, Earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Geo., Earl of Shrewsbury (d.
-, 1538), Geo., Earl of Shrewsbury
-, (d. 1590), Gil. (d. c. 1274),
-, Gil. (d. 1387),
-, Gil. (d. 1418), Gil.,
-, Earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1616),
-, John, Rector of Westbury-on-severn
-, (fl. 1312), John, Vct.
-, Lisle (d. 1453), John, Earl of
-, Shrewsbury (d. 1453),
-, John, Earl of Shrewsbury (d.
-, 1460), John, Earl of
-, Shrewsbury (d. 1473), John,
-, Rector of Fretherne (fl. 1695,
-, 1704), Marg., dau. of John,
-, Vct. Lisle, Marg., w. of John,
-, Earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1453),
-, Ric. (fl. 13th cent.), Ric. (fl.
-, 1348), Ric., Lord Talbot (d.
-, 1356, ? same as preceding),
-, Ric. (d. 1396),
-, Thos. Vct. Lisle, Wm.,
-, Rector of Westbury-on-Severn,

Talmadge, Wm.,

Tanner, Wm.,

tanning,

Taunton (Som.),

Taverner fam.,

taverner, Edw. the, see Edward; Geof.
-, the, see Geoffrey

Taylor, Anne, m. Wm. Cadle,
-, Hannah, John (fl. 14th cent.),
-, John (fl. 1614), John
-, (fl. 1792, c. 1830, ? more than one of
-, the name), Mary, w. of Rog.
-, (d. 1727), Rog. (fl. 1647),
-, Rog. (fl. 1658), Rog. (d. c.
-, 1686, ? same as preceding),
-, Rog. (d. 1727), Rog. (fl. 1737,
-, 1779), Thos., Wal.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1654), Wm. (fl. 1798,
-, 1804), Wm. (fl. 1856),
-, Misses (fl. 1909),

Taylor & Co., bellfounders,

Teakle, Thos.,

teasels, grown,
-, trade in,

Teesdale, Florence Harriet, F.
-, B., Vicar of Wheatenhurst,
-, J. M., Louisa Eliz., w. of
-, F. B.,

Telford, Thos.,

Templars, see Knights Templar

Temple, Nic.,

Temple Guiting, see Guiting, Temple

Teste, Alice, see Clifford; Giles,
-, John, Lawr., Wm.,
-, fam.,

Tewkesbury, M.P. for, Abbey,

Thames, riv.,

Thatch, Thos., Vicar of Stonehouse
-, and Rector of Sapperton,

Thoky, John, Abbot of Gloucester,
-, n

Thomas ap Adam, see Adam

Thomas, B. E., Wm., fam.,

Thomlyn, John ap, Marg.,
-, m. Edm. ap Gwylym ap Hopkin,

Thurstan son of Rolf,

Tidenham,
-, adv.,
-, agric., Badams Ct.,
-, Barnes, Bishton,
-, Boughspring,
-, chap.,
-, Chase Farm, ch.,
-, Churchend,
-, Civil War incidents,
-, ct., dom. arch.,
-, farms, fields,
-, fisheries, High
-, Hall, inc.,
-, ind., inns,
-, Kingston, man.,
-, man.ho., Mead, the,
-, mills, Milton,
-, named as address,
-, nonconf., par.
-, officers, pk., poor
-, relief, pop., prehist. rem.,
-, rectory,
-, roads, Rom. rem.,
-, river trade, sch.,
-, Sedbury,
-, Sedbury Pk.,
-, Stroat,
-, Stroat
-, Farm, Stroat Ho.,
-, Tidenham Chase,
-, Tidenham Ho.,
-, tithes,
-, tithings, Tutshill,
-, Tutshill
-, Ho. (or Tutshill Farm),
-, vicarage, vicarage
-, ho., vicars of,
-, and see Bedford, Ric.; Burr, Jas.
-, Hen. Scudamore; Godstow, John;
-, Jones, Somerset; Seys, Wm.;
-, Waldings man.,
-, Wibdon,
-, Woodcroft,
-, woodland, and see
-, Beachley

Tidenham hundred,

Tidswell, Miss A., Rob.
-, Ingham,

Tierney, Sir Edw.,

timber, trade in,

Timbrell, Amy, Rebecca, m.
-, Holland, Rob., Susannah,
-, m. Ric. Denison Cumberland,

Tintern (Mon.), passage,
-, wire-works rly.,

Tintern Abbey,
-, Abbot of, see Newland, Hen.;
-, estates of,
-, fisheries of,
-, monks of, n,

Tiptoft, Eliz., see Greyndour; John,
-, Earl of Worcester,

Tomes, Edm., John,

Tongres (Belgium),

Tovey (Tovy), Thos. (? two of this
-, name),

Tovi (fl. 1066),

Tovy, see Tovey

Townsend House, see Stanley, Leonard
-,

Townshend, Thos., Vct. Sydney,

Tragedy of Nan,

Tray, Wm.,

Trebick, John,

Tredington,

Trefnant, John, Bp. of Hereford,

Trenchard, Thos.,

Trevilian, Charlotte, w. of M. C.,
-, M. C.,

Trew, H. F., n

Trigge (Trigg), Anne, see Brodrick;
-, John (fl. 1635, 1645), John (fl.
-, 1738), Thos. (fl. 1576, 1605),
-, Thos. (fl. 1645, s. of preceding),
-, Thos. (fl. 1668, c. 1703, ?
-, another), Thos. (fl. 1741,
-, another), Wal., fam.,

Tripp, W. C.,

Troarn Abbey (Calvados, France),

Trotter, Alex., Hen.,

Trye, Chas. Brandon, Edw.,
-, Eliz., Isabel, w. of John
-, (fl. 1397), Isabel, w. of Wm.
-, (d. 1497), Jarret, curate of
-, Hardwicke, John (fl. 1397),
-, John (fl. 1450, ? another),
-, John (d. 1579),
-, John (d. 1591), John
-, (fl. 17th cent.), John (d. 1766),
-, Mary, see Longford; Thos.
-, (d. by 1681), Thos. (fl. 1726),
-, Wm. (d, 1497),
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1510), Wm (d.
-, 1524, ? same as preceding),
-, Wm. (d. 1610), Wm. (d. 1681),
-, Wm. (d. 1717),
-, Wm. (d. 1739), fam.,

Tuchet, Wm., n

Tuffley, in St. Mary de Lode,
-, Gloucester,

Tuke, Sir Brian, Chas.,

Tully, Thos., Vicar of Frocester,

Turner, John, Jos., Thos.
-, (fl. 1710, 1721), Thos. (fl.
-, 1779, 1788),

turnips,

Turold, Gil. son of, see Gilbert

Turton, Zouch,

Tutshill, see Tidenham

Twickenham (Mdx.),

Twissell, Edw., Geo.,
-, Hugh (d. 1381), Hugh
-, (fl. 1435), Joan, w. of Hugh
-, (fl. 1435), Joan, w. of John
-, (fl. 1461), John (d. 1454),
-, John (fl. 1461), John (d. 1471,
-, ? same as preceding), Marg.,
-, w. of Rob., Rob.,
-, Thos., fam.,

Twyford hundred,

Tyler, Wm., fam.,

Tyndall, Wm.,

tynings, inclosures called,

Uley,

Ulfeg (fl. 1066),

Ulnod (fl. 1066),

Underwood (or Jeffrey), Ric.,

unlawenherthe, ploughing service
-, called,

Unwins, John Geale, curate of Cains cross,
-,

Upton, Joan, see Clifford

Upton St. Leonards,

Valence, Adam de, Aymer de,
-, Earl of Pembroke, Joan,
-, m. John Comyn, Joan, w. of
-, Wm., Wm. de,

Valois, Cath. of, m. Hen. V,

Vanlore, Peter,

Vaughan, Baynham, Joan, see
-, Baynham; John (d. 1620),
-, John (fl. 1681), Thos., curate
-, of Newnham,

Veel, John, Wm. (fl. 1800, 1805),
-, Wm. (fl. 1812, ? same as
-, preceding),

verdigris, manufacture of,

Vere, Wm. de, Bp. of Hereford,

Vernai, Ralph de,

vetitum namium,

Veyne, Ric. de,

Victoria, queen, jubilees of,

Vimpany, Annie, Ric. (fl. 1869,
-, 1885), Ric. Land (d. 1938),

Vines, Wm.,

Vineyard, the, see Over

vineyards,

Vivonia, Joan de,

Vizard, Hen., John,

Vobes, Thos.,

Vulliamy, Lewis,

Wade, Hen. de, John, Thos.
-, (fl. 1705), Thos. (fl. 1828),
-, Mrs. (fl. 1750), fam.,

waifs,

Wailes, glass manufacturer,

Wakeman, John, Bp. of Gloucester,

Walding, Rob., Wal. (fl. early 13th
-, cent.), Wal. (fl. 1289), Wal.
-, (fl. 1363, 1400),

Waldings manor, see Tidenham

Wales, Prince of, see Frederick;
-, Princess of, see Augusta

Wales,
-, defences against, raid from,
-, n; Welsh influence, Welsh
-, sailors, Welsh soldiers,
-, Welsh thieves, Welsh wars,

Waleys, see Walsh

Walford (Herefs.),

Walker, J. W., Jos. (probably
-, same as preceding), Rog. le,
-, fam.,

Wall, Rebecca, see Purnell; Thos.,
-, Wm. atte,

Wallace, Thos., Vicar of Stonehouse,

Waller, Sir Wm.,

Waller & Son, architects,

Wallingford (Berks.), honor of,

Wallington, Chas., Vicar of Frampton
-, on Severn,

Walmore Common, see Westbury-on-severn
-,

Walmore manor, see Westbury-on-severn
-,

Walsh (Waleys, Walshe), And.,
-, Arnold, Ant., Cecily, w.
-, of Jas. (d. by 1498), m. David
-, Jones, Chris., Edw.,
-, Giles, Jas. (fl. 1419, 1431),
-, Jas., (d, by 1498, another),
-, Jas., (fl. 16th cent.),
-, Nic. le, John le, Ric.
-, le, Rob., Rector of Fretherne,
-, Wm. le (fl. 13th cent.),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1274, ? another),
-, Wm. (d. by 1329),
-, Wm. (d. 1524), Wm.
-, (fl. 1550),

Walter, Rob. son of, see Robert

Walter son of Richard son of Pons,
-, see Clifford

Walter son of Robert,

Walter the chaplain,

Walter, Nic., Wm.,

Ward, John, Ric.,

Warlock, Cath.,

Warner, Chas., Thos., Wm.,

Warren, Thos., curate of Randwick,

warren, see free warren

Warwick, Wm.,

Warwick, Earl of, see Dudley, John;
-, Greville, Francis; Greville, Geo.

Water, Ric.,

Water brook,

Wathen, Anne, m. Sir Paul Baghott,
-, Geo., John (d. 1744),
-, John (d. 1752),
-, Jos., Nat. Peach,
-, Paul, see Baghott; Sir Sam.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1765), Thos. (d.
-, 1819, ? another),

Watkins, Anne, m. John Parry,
-, Eliz., see Morris; John, Wal.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1574), Wm. (fl.
-, c. 1689), fam.,

Watts, D. J., Geo., n; Jos.,
-, see Pyrke; Jos. (fl. 1823, 1849,
-, another), Nat., Sam.,

Wauton, Thos. de, Wm. de (fl.
-, 1304, 1322, ? more than one of the
-, name),

Wayte, John,

Weaver, Hugh,

weaving,

Webb, Beatrice, see Potter; Eliz., w.
-, of Ric. (fl. 1760), Geo.,
-, Hester, John, Kath., see
-, Hammonds; Margery, w. of Thos.
-, (d. c. 1509), m. John Clutterbuck,
-, Mary, Ric. (fl. early 18th
-, cent.), Ric. (fl. 1760, ? same
-, as preceding), Thos. (fl. 1444),
-, Thos. (s. of preceding),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1509, ? same as
-, preceding), Thos. (fl. 1679,
-, c. 1703), Thos. (fl. mid 18th
-, cent., s. of preceding), his
-, daus., fam.,

Webley, Ann, w. of Wm. (d. 1779),
-, Wal., Wm. (d. 1779),
-, Wm. (fl. 1788), fam.,

weir-building, customary service of,

Welch's, see Moreton Valence

Wellington, Wm., Rector of Lancaut,

Wells, John, Rector of Eastington,

Wells (Som.) cathedral, prebendary
-, of,

Welsh, see Walsh

Wemyss, Maynard Willoughby, see
-, Colchester-Wemyss

Wemyss-Colchester, Maynard Willoughby,
-, see Colchester-Wemyss

Wesley, John,

Wesleyan Methodists,

West, Eliz., see Greyndour; Lewis,
-, Reynold, Lord la Warre,

West Saxons, King of, see Alfred;
-, Ceawlin

Westbury, Rog. of,

Westbury (Salop.), n

Westbury brook,

Westbury hundred,

Westbury-on-Severn,
-, Adsett,
-, adv., agric.,
-, Bays Ct., Bollow,
-, Boseley,
-, bridges, Broadoak,
-, Burghill man.,
-, chant., chap.,
-, char., Chaxhill,
-, Chaxhill Ho., n,
-, ch.,
-, ch. ho., Civil
-, War incident, Cleeve,
-, ct., dom.
-, arch., Elton,
-, fields,
-, fisheries, Garne,
-, Grange Ct.,
-, Haydens Place, inc.,
-, ind., inns, Ley,
-, Lower (or Netherley),
-, Ley,
-, Upper,
-, Longcroft, man.
-, man.ho., see
-, Westbury-on-Severn, Westbury
-, Ct.; maritime and river trade,
-, nonconf., mills, North-wood,
-,
-, par. officers, poor relief,
-, pop., Poultonshill,
-, rectors of, rectory,
-, roads, sch.,
-, Sellars man., Stantway,
-, tithes,
-, tithings, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho., vicars of,
-, and see Jones, Chris.; Walmore
-, Common,
-, Walmore man.,
-, Westbury Ct.,
-, woodland,
-, wkho., and see Rodley

Westbury-on-Severn and Churcham
-, area, map,

Westbury Rural Sanitary District, n,
-, n

Westbury Union,

Westend, see Eastington

Western Forestry Co.,

Westminster Abbey, Dean
-, and Chapter of,

Weston under Penyard (Herefs.),
-, Ariconium near,

Westrip, see Stonehouse

Wetherall, Ric., Vicar of Westbury-on-serven
-, and Rector of Notgrove,

Wetmore, Wm.,

Whaddon,

Wheatenhurst (or Whitminster),
-, adv.,
-, agric., boundaries,
-, bridges,
-, char., ch., n,
-, ch. ho., ct.,
-, curates and vicars of,
-, and see Collier, Ant.;
-, Selwyn, Jasper; Teesdale, F. B.;
-, dom. arch., farms,
-, fields, glebe ho.,
-, inc., ind., inns,
-, Lea Ct. Farm,
-, man.,
-, man.ho., see Wheatenhurst, Whitminster
-, Ho.; mills,
-, name of parish, named
-, as address, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, Parklands, perpetual curacy,
-, poor relief, pop.,
-, rectory, river and canal
-, trade, roads,
-, sch., tithes, vicarage,
-, vicars of, see Wheatenhurst,
-, curates; Whitminster Ho.,
-, woodland,

Wheatenhurst highway district,

Wheatenhurst Rural District,

Wheatenhurst Union,

Wheeler, Cath., see Whitmore; John,

Whetstones brook,

White, Chas., Jane, w. of Sam.,
-, m. Hen. Robinson, Jas.,
-, John, Vicar of Westbury-on-Severn
-, Jos., Sam.,
-, Thos. (fl. mid 18th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. 1801), Thos. (d.
-, 1811), Thos. (fl. 1812),
-, Wm. Farren, Vicar of Stonehouse,
-, fam.,

Whitefield, Geo.,

Whitminster, see Wheatenhurst

Whitmore, Anne, w. of Ric. (fl. 1674),
-, Cath., w. of Ric. (d. 1667), m.
-, John Wheeler, Eliz., w. of
-, Wm. (d. 1725), Jas.,
-, Ric. (d. 1667), Ric. (fl. 1674),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1649), Wm.
-, (fl. 1639, 1657), Wm. (d.
-, 1725), Wm. (fl. 1736),
-, Mr. (fl. before 1703), fam.,

Whitstone hundred,

Whittington, Cecily, see Browning;
-, Eliz., m. Sir Giles Poole, Guy,
-, John (fl. 1487, 1507),
-, John (fl. c. 1510, ? same as preceding),
-, Ric., Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Whitton, Wm.,

Whorwood, Anne, see Chapman;
-, Eliz., w. of Thos. (d. 1736),
-, Thos. (d. 1736), Thos. (fl.
-, 1736, s. of preceding),

Wibdon, see Tidenham

Wick (Wyke), John de, Lucy,
-, see Bayeux; Wm.,

Wicks (Wykes), Anne, w. of John (d.
-, 1770), Anne, dau. of John (d.
-, 1770), Anne, w. of
-, Nic. (fl. c. 1560), see Clifford; Edm.,
-, Jane, see Cheddar; John (d.
-, 1485), John (d. c. 1744),
-, John, vicar of Frampton on Severn
-, (d. 1770), Nic. (d. 1558),
-, Nic. (fl. c. 1560, another),
-, Rob., Thos., fam.,
-, n

Wicksters brook,

Wihanoc (fl. before 1086),

Wilcox, John (d. 1684), John (fl.
-, 1710), Steph., Thos.
-, (d. 1698), Thos. (fl. 1714),
-, Wm.,

Wilding, Eliz., w. of Geo., Geo.,

Wilkins, Anne, m. Ralph Bigland,
-, John, , monumental
-, mason,

Wilkinson, Joan,

Willets, Wm.,

Willey, Dan. (fl. 1698, 1721),
-, Dan. (d. 1768), Dan. (d.
-, 1817), Dan. Willey
-, Palmer (d. 1860), Mary, w. of
-, Dan. (d. 1817), fam.,
-, and see Leonard Willey

William, Rector of Lancaut, Abbot of
-, Flaxley,

William I,

William II,

William the chaplain,

William son of Baderon,

William the carpenter,

Williams, Chas., Frances
-, Susannah, m. Chas. Morgan,
-, Harriet, ? w. of Thos., John,
-, Thos., Ric., Sophia,
-, Thos., see Edmunds; Wm.,

Willis, Hen., see Stephens

Willoughby, Francis, Lord Middleton,
-, Mary, see Edwards; Thos.,
-, Lord Middleton, Wm., Lord
-, Willoughby,

Wilmot, Alex., Edw., Thos.,
-, fam.,

Wilson, Sir Alex., Susan, see
-, James

Wilton, Hen. Hooper,

Wiltshire, Gregory, fam.,

Winchcombe, Anne, see Bell; Nat.
-, (fl. 18th cent.), Nat. (d. 1817,
-, s. of preceding), see Clifford; fam.,

Winchcombe Abbey,

Winchester, Bishop of, and see
-, Edington, Wm. of

windmills,

Window, Hen., Sarah, see
-, Fream

Winston, Anne, w. of Thos.,
-, Cassandra, w. of Hen., Denise,
-, w. of Sir Hen., Eleanor,
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1609), Hen.
-, (fl. 1611), Marg., w. of Wal.,
-, Sarah, m. John Churchill,
-, Thos.,
-, Wal.,

Winterbotham, Arthur Strachan,
-, Caroline, w. of Arthur Strachan,
-, F.,

Withington,

Winter (Wynter), Sir John, Rog.,
-, Vicar of Woolaston and Rector of
-, Staunton,

Wintle, Hen., Jas., John (fl.
-, 1614), John (fl. 1839),
-, John (fl. 1862, probably another),
-, Martin, Ric. (fl. early 18th
-, cent.), Ric. (fl. c. 1747, s. of
-, preceding), Sarah, see Hampton;
-, Thos. (fl. 1546), Thos. (fl.
-, 1676), Thos. (fl. 1698, probably
-, another), n; Thos. (fl. 1780),
-, Thos. (fl. 1802, probably another),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1868), Wm. (fl.
-, 1614), Wm. (d. 1852), Wm.
-, (d. 1903), (fl. 1550), fam.,

Wirewood, Rog. of,

Wise, Urian, Wm.,

Wisnod (fl. 1066),

withies,

Witt (Wytt), John, Ric., Wm.,
-, fam.,

Witts, Ric.,

wodehen, customary service called,

Wood, Benj., Mrs. Henry,
-, Jas. (fl. 1634), Jas. ('Jemmy',
-, d. 1836), Wm.,

wood, customary service of carrying,

Woodchester,

Woodcock, Thos., Vicar of Haresfield,

Woodcroft, see Tidenham

woodland, see Blaisdon; Churcham;
-, Eastington; Frampton on Severn;
-, Frocester; Highnam; pinetum;
-, Randwick; Standish; Stanley,
-, King's; Tidenham; Westbury-on-severn;
-, Wheatenhurst; Woolaston

Woodroffe, Edm. (fl. 1729, 1779),
-, Edm. (fl. 1801), Edm. (fl.
-, 1803, ? same as preceding),
-, Edm. (fl. 1842), Jas. (fl. 1697),
-, Jas. (d. 1728, ? another),
-, Jas. (d. 1776), Jas. (fl. 1779),
-, Jas. (fl. 1804, ? another),
-, Jas. (d. 1822, ? another),
-, Mary, w. of Jas. (d. 1728),
-, Mary, w. of Jas. (d. 1776),
-, Wm. Hen., fam.,

Woods, S. W.,

Woodstock, Anne of, m. Edm.
-, Stafford, Edm. of,
-, Earl of Kent, Eleanor, see
-, Bohun; Isabel of, Joan of,
-, Thos. of, Earl of Buckingham and
-, Duke of Gloucester,

Woodville, Eliz., m. Edw. IV,

Woodward fam.,

woodward, service of,

Woodyer, Hen., n,

Woolaston,
-, adv., agric.,
-, Aluredston,
-, Ashwell Grange,
-, bridges,
-, Brookend,
-, chap.,
-, char., ch., n,
-, ch. ho.,
-, Cone Pill, ct.,
-, farms, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, Green Pool, High Woolaston,
-, High
-, Woolaston Farm, Horse
-, Pill, inc.,
-, ind., inns,
-, Madgett,
-, man.,
-, in, mills,
-, Netherend,
-, nonconf., pk.,
-, Plusterwine,
-, Plusterwine Ho.,
-, par. officers, poor relief,
-, pop., prehist. rem.,
-, rectors of,
-, and see Gould, Wm.; Griffith, Rob.;
-, Jones, Somerset; Prince, Rob.;
-, Somerset, Wm.; Stacy, John;
-, rectory, rectory ho.,
-, river trade, roads,
-, Rom. rem., sch.,
-, tithes, vicarage,
-, vicars of,
-, woodland, Woolaston
-, Common,
-, Woolaston Ct.,
-, Woolaston Grange,
-, Woolaston Wood,
-, Woolaston Wood-side,
-,
-, and see Brockweir

Woolaston, pear called,

Woollin, Jas.,

Woolstrop, see Quedgeley

Worcester, Countess of, Earl of,
-, and see Somerset,
-, Chas.; Somerset, Edw.; Somerset,
-, Hen. (d. 1549); Somerset, Hen.
-, (d. 1646); Somerset, Wm.; Tiptoft,
-, John; Marquess of, see Somerset,
-, Edw.; Somerset, Hen. (d. 1646);
-, Somerset, Hen. (d. 1698)

Worcester, Bishop of,
-, and see Bransford, Wulfstan;
-, Mauger; Wulfstan

Wordsworth & Maskell, organ builders,
-,

Worgan, Edw. (d. 1815), Edw.
-, Powell (fl. 1839), John (d. by
-, 1791), John Bannister (d.
-, 1833),

workhouses, see Eastington; Frampton
-, on Severn; Newnham; Randwick;
-, Stanley, King's; Stanley,
-, Leonard; Westbury-on-Severn

Worlock, R. T.,

Worrall, Thos., curate of Leonard
-, Stanley,

Wotton-under-Edge,

wreck,

Wulfgar, Abbot of Bath,

Wulfin le Rue, see Rue

Wulfstan, St., Bp. of Worcester,

Wulfwin the priest,

Wyatt's rebellion,

Wycliffe College, see Stonehouse

Wye, riv.,
-, bridges over, and
-, see Chepstow, bridge; Chepstow,
-, rly. bridge; fisheries,
-, passages over, and see
-, Brockweir, passage; Tintern, passage;
-, sea-walls, trade,

Wye Board of Conservators,

Wye River Authority,

Wye Valley Rly.,

Wyer, Dositheus, curate of Leonard
-, Stanley,

Wygmore, John, Abbot of Gloucester,
-,

Wyke, see Wick

Wykes, see Wicks

Wyman fam.,

Wynter, see Winter

Wytt, see Witt

Yannes, John, Vicar of Standish,

Yate, Chas., Dorothy, m. Powell
-, Snell, Francis, Vicar of
-, Standish and of Painswick,
-, Giles, Hen., Hen. Gorges
-, Dobyns, Rector of Fretherne and
-, of Bromsberrow, John,
-, Mary, m. Edw. Prince,
-, Ric., Rob. Gorges
-, Dobyns,
-, Wal. (fl. 1730), Wal.
-, Honeywood (fl. 1800), Wm.

Yate,

Yatton, Thos., Vicar of Westbury-on-severn,
-,

Yelfe, Sam.,

York, Archbishop of, and see
-, Aldred; Bayeux, Thos. of

Yorke, Phil., Earl of Hardwicke, Lord
-, Chancellor,

Young, Jeptha, John,
-, Mary, m. Edm. Snow,
-, Ric. (d. 1635), Ric. (fl.
-, 1683), Thos. (fl. 1620),
-, Thos. (fl. 1621, 1640, ? another),

Zeal, G. H., Ltd.,