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Pages 190-205

A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 9, Bloxham Hundred. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1969.

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Note: A page-number in italic denotes an illustration; a page-number prefixed by a dagger indicates a reference to a plate facing that page. 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; Bart., Bartholomew; Bp., Bishop; bro., brother; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; chap., chapel(s) (of ease); char., charities; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church(es); Coll., College; Ctss., Countess; ct., court(s) (manorial etc.); Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; dom. arch., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gil., Gilbert; grds., grandson; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital(s); ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Kath., Katharine; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Ld., Lord; man., manor(s); Marg., Margaret; mkt., market(s); m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; O.E., Old English; par., parish; pk., park(s); Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; rly., railway; Reg., Reginald; rem., remains; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; Sam., Samuel; sch.; school(s); sr., senior; Sim., Simon; sis., sister; s., son; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; Vct., Viscount; Vctss., Viscountess; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William.

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Abberbury, Ric. (fl. 1310), 21; Sir Ric. (d. by 1401), 105, 115; Sir Ric. (fl. 1415), 115; Thos. (fl. 1310), 21; Thos. (fl. 15th cent.), 115; fam., 21 n, 115 n.

Abergavenny, Ld., see Beauchamp, Ric.

Abingdon, Hen. of, 45; Hugh of, 45

Abingdon (Berks.), 110

Abingdon Abbey, 45, 1504, 156, 177 8; Abbots of, see Aethelm; Ingulf; John; Reynold

Adam, clerk, 184

Adams, Eliz., 137

Adderbury, Eliz. of, w. of Wm. of (d. by 1377), m. 2 ? Sir Thos. of Broughton, 3 Rog. de la Chambre, 88; John (fl. 1405), see Hall; John (fl. 1445), Prior of Wroxton, 14; Wm. of (d. 1349), Prior of Wroxton, 14; Wm. of (d. by 1377), 88; fam., 10

Adderbury, 13, 544, 7, 12, 13, 53, 55, 57, 64, 162, 189; Adderbury East, 511, 13, 14, 2224, 2631, 33, 39 n, 4144; Adderbury Ho., 59, 8, 13, 1415, 27; Adderbury West, 56, 1112, 14, 2224, 2729, 31, 33, 3839, 4143; adv., 30; agric., 2429; bridges, 5, 22, and see Nell Bridge; char., 4344; ch., 1, 56, 9n, 10, 12, 3036, 34, 38, 52, 76, 115, 121; ct., 2122; Cote Field, 27; cross, 6; curates of, 3133, 39; dom. arch., 612; farms, 2729; fields, 2627; glebe, 31; green, 6, 1112, 13, 22; Hall Place, 12, 21; inc., 1, 2627; ind., 29; inns, 1112; Institute, 6; libraries, 33, 42; man., 1, 1522, 2425, 27, 2931, 43, 46 47, 5860, 63; man.-hos., 6, 7, 10, 12, 17, 42, and see Adderbury, Adderbury Ho.; Adderbury, Hall Place; mkt., 24; military incidents, 1415; mills, 2930, 71; named as address, 1, 72, 81, 97, 101, 137 n, 185; nonconf., 6, 1112, 13, 29, 33, 3841, 81; par. officers, 2223; pk., 5, 9, 27; pest-ho., 23, 44; poor-relief, 2224; pop., 56; rly. sta., 5; Rectors of, see Blandiac, John de; Cancellis, Peter de; Concoreto, Itherius de; Kent, Wybert of; Maidstone, Edm. of; Maidstone, Rob. of; Trillek, Thos. de; rectory, 16, 3031; rectory-ho. (the Grange), 1011, 31 32; roads, 5; Rom. rem., 6; sch., 6, 11, 12, 14, 32, 4143; tithe barn, 6, 1011, 13; tithes, 16, 21, 3032; town estate, 2223, 4244, 69; vicarage, 31; vicarage-ho., 6, 1011, 31, 33; Vicars of, 6, 11 n, 12 n, 3142, and see Alcock, C.; Barker, Wm.; Bean, Wm.; Binsley, Wm.; Cotton, Holford; Cox, John; Geoffrey; Gepp, Hen.; Joyner, Martin; London, John; Monk, John; Oldys, Wm.; Pryme, John; Rawlins, Chris.; Somervill, Edw.; Stephens, R. R.; Welles, Francis; wake, 38 n; watersupply, 64; woodland, 24; workhouse, 23; and see, Barford St. John; Bodicote; Milton

Adkins, see Atkins

Aelfwine, Bp. of Winchester, 15

Aethelm, Abbot of Abingdon, 151

Africa, missionaries in, 110

Agnes, granddau. of Wischard Ledet (d. 1241/2), 175

Agricultural Union, 51

airfields, 14, 139

Alcester (Warws.), Rom. road from, 85

Alcock, C., Vicar of Adderbury, 31 n

Alexander, fam., 73

Alfric (fl. 1086), 61, 6566, 72

Algar, Brictric s. of, see Brictric

Alkerton, David of, 46; Thos. of, 46; Wal. of, 46; Wm. of, 46

Alkerton, 1, 3, 4453, 13940, 149, 171, 178, 189; adv., 47, 49, 147; agric., 44, 4749; Alkerton Brook, 145; char., 45, 53; ch., 4445, 49 52, 51, 121, 1478; curate of, 5051; dom. arch., 4445; farms, 49; fields, 48; fishponds, 45; glebe, 4849; green, 44; inc., 4850, 53; ind., 151; inns, 44; man., 4549, 141, 177; man.-hos., 4445, 48; military incidents, 45, 50; mill, 48; named as address, 103; nonconf., 5152; par. officers, 5051; poor-relief, 44, 47; pop., 44, 47; Rectors of, 44, 48 50, 5253, 184, and see Blythman, Arthur; Burden, Ric.; Clifton, Master Rob. of; Hughes, Rob. Edw. (2 of the name); Lydiat, Thos.; Lydiat, Tim.; Pointer, John; Pointer, Malachy; Reinotius; St. Amand, John de; Smith, Benj. J.; Townshend, Francis; Townshend, John Capel; William; Williams, Thos.; rectory, 49, 148; rectory-ho., 4445, 46, 50; roads, 44; sch., 44, 5253, 150; tithes, 49; Vicar of, 49; vicarage, 49; woodland, 44

Allanson, Chris., 61; Judith, 61; , 61; fam., 63

Allen, Geo., 58; John, 81 n; Thos., 130; fam., 118

Allestree, Ric., 115

almshouses, see Bloxham; Broughton; Wigginton

Ampney Crucis (Glos.), 19

Anabaptists, 3940, 52, 8081, 111, 122, 137, 169, 184, 186

ancient demesne, 24; tenants of, 26, 68

Anderton, John, 45; fam., 45

Andrew, Ric., 14; Master Wm., Rector of Hanwell, 119

Andrews, Ric., 1478

Anskill (fl. 1104), 152

Anson, Geo., 81

Anthony, Geo., 1689

Antiquities, 160

Aplin, Benj. Wm., 16; Chris., 12, 18

Apostolical Historie, 110

apothecary, 28

Appleton, Geof. of, 45; Ric. of, 45; Thos. of (d. by 1209), 45; Thos. of (fl. 123570), 45

Appleton and Eaton, Hugh of, 45

Appleton with Eaton (Berks.), 45

appropriation, see (s. v. rectory) Adderbury; Broughton; Horley and Hornton; Tadmarton; Wroxton

Archer, Joan, see Arden; Sir Ric., 106

architects, see Banister, J.; Blomfield, A. W.; Bodley, ; Butterfield, Wm.; Chambers, Sir Wm.; Cockerell, S. P.; Cossins, J. A.; Cossins and Peacock; Dale, L.; Dolby, Edwin; Donaldson, T. L.; Garner, ; Gibbs, Jas.; Gibson, John; Miller, Sanderson; Milne and Hall; Morris, Rog.; Pearson, J. L.; Plowman, John; Scott, G. G.; Scott, Sir Gilb.; Scott, J. O.; Smirke, Sir Rob.; Smith, C. S.; Street, G. E.; Surman, J. M.; Underwood, H. J.; Vanbrugh, Rog.; White, Wm.

Arctic, missionaries in the, 110

Arden, Eustacia de, see Maulon; Gilb. de, Rector of Hanwell, 119; Sir Giles (d. 1376), 105, 106 n, 126; Sir Giles (s. of last), and his w. Philippa, 105; Hen., 104; Sir Hen., 105; Joan, w. of Sir Ric. Archer, 1056; Marg., see Molineux; Marg., w. of Sir Lewis Greville (d. 1438), 1056, 111, 126; Nicole, w. of Sir Rob., m. 2 Sir Thos. Wale, 105, 108; Ralph, 105; Ric., 105 n; Sir Rob., 1057, 126; Rose, see Vernon; Thos. (fl. 1204), and his w. Lucy, 104; Sir Thos. (d. by 1224, ? same as last), 104; Thos., s. of Hen., 104; Thos. (fl. 1278), Sheriff of Northants., 105 n; Thos. (fl. 1281), 1045; Thos. (d. 1299), 105; Sir Thos. of Hanwell (? same as Thos. fl. 1278), 105; Sir Thos. of Ratley (? same as Thos. d. 1299), 104 n, 105; Turchil of, 104, 107; Wm. (fl. 12th cent.), 104; Wm. (fl. 1267), 105; Wm. (fl. 1316), 105 n; fam., 88, 1034, 105 n, 108, 119, 126

Ardley, 152, 1612

Argyll, Dchss. of, see Campbell, Jane; Dukes of, 30, and see Campbell, John (d. 1743); Campbell, John (d. 1770)

Aris, fam., 40

Arlescot (Warws.), 118

Armagh, Abp. of, see Usher, Jas.

Arne, Ric., 129, 137

Arsic, Joan, 177; Rob., 177; fam., 177

Arsic, barony of, 177

artists, designers, and engravers, see Boyvin, Ren; Buckler, J. C.; BurneJones, Sir Edw.; Dearle, J. H.; Loggan, David; Moore, A. L.; Morris, Wm.; Pieters, Jan; West, Phil.

Arundell, Sir John, 126; Katherine, see Dynham; Sir Thos., 126

Ascot, in Great Milton, 61

Ash, Edw., 15; Jos., 15

Ashby, Canons (Northants.), 118

Ashwell, Geo., Rector of Hanwell, 1201

Aston, Steeple, 29 n, 34 n; Rector of, see Freeman, Dr. Geo.

Astrop (Bucks.), 6, 172

Athelstan, s. of Ethelred II, 15, 30

athletics, 58

Atkins (Adkins), Edw. (d. c. 1633), 181; Edw. (fl. 1665), 173, 181; John, 43; fam., 71, 181

attorneys, 80, 176 n

Audley, Hugh de, Earl of Gloucester, 141; Marg. de, see Clare; Marg. de, w. of Ralph, Earl of Stafford, 141

Austin, John (d. 1639), 123, 127; John (d. 1687), 124, 127; John (fl. 1728), 127; Nat., 124, 127; Rob. (fl. 1639), 127; Rob. (fl. 1665), 155; Wm., 153; fam., 127 n

Aylesbury (Bucks.), 17, 35

Aynho (Northants.), 15; Aynho Park, 56 n; named as address, 56, 6062, 69, 78, 171

B

Baell (O. E. personal name), 173

Bagley, Hen., 136, 149, 185; Mat., 186; Wm., 136

Bailly, Edw., 118

bakers, 30, 71, 165

Ball (Balle), Nat., 101; Madame, 56

Balscott, Thos., Vicar of Wroxton, 184

Balscott, in Wroxton, 1, 3, 45, 123, 171, 1735, 174, 189; agric., 179, 182; chap., 173, 1836; chaplains of, 184; curate of, 184; dom. arch., 173, 175; farms, 183; fields, 182; green, 173; inc., 182; inn, 173; man., 88, 1767; man.-ho., 175; mills, 183; named as address, 47, 49; nonconf., 173, 1867; par. officers, 178; poor-relief, 178; pop., 171; roads, 178; sch., 173, 1878; tithes, 178

Banbury, John, Vicar of Wroxton, 184

Banbury, 1, 1213, 4950, 55, 58, 71, 93, 9596, 103, 118, 128, 131, 162, 165, 170; borough, 13; Calthorpe in, 20, 119; Calthorpe Ho., 122; cast., 15, 50, 94, 105; district, 131; Hardwick in, 113, 118; ind., 12, 86, 95 96, 103, 107, 140, 183; mkt., 29, 85, 146, 163, 171; M.P.s for, 92, 114, 116, 172; military incidents, 1415, 115; named as address, 11, 16, 18, 2829, 69, 97, 99, 109, 124, 126, 128, 138, 149, 158; Neithrop in, 122; nonconf., 3941, 74, 80, 82, 102, 111, 120, 122, 158, 1867, and see Searle, Thos.; Usher, Pet.; Puritanism, 11920; races, 173; Reindeer Inn, 162; riots in, 28, 70; roads and tracks to, 13, 29, 44, 53, 57, 8586, 112, 123, 139, 159, 163, 171, 183 n; Rom. Cath., 38; sch., 112, 122; schoolmaster, 119; town crier, 163; Vicars of, 119, 133, and see Knight, John; Wells, Sam.; Whately, Wm.; White, Ric.; Wickham in, 20

Banbury and Cheltenham Rly., 29, 55

Banbury and Chipping Norton Rly., 15960

Banbury, Chipping Norton, and Burford Turnpike Trust, 55, 64

Banbury Co-operative Society, 71; Bloxham branch, 58

Banbury Division, see Quakers

Banbury Gas Light and Coke Co., 13, 71

Banbury hund., 1, 3

Banbury Peculiar, 133

Banbury Poor Law Union, 22 n, 24, 47, 6465, 83, 92, 107, 117, 129, 143, 163, 179; Board of Guardians, 129; workhouse, 179

Banbury Rural District Council, 13, 86, 1501, 161

Bancroft, Ric., Abp. of Canterbury, 109

Banister, J., 185

bankers, 97, 147; and see 'Child's'

Baptists, 13, 3941, 5758, 8082, 1589, 161, 169, 186; Baptist Union Corporation, 159; 'Calvinistic Baptist Independents', 81; General Baptists, 137; Paedo-Baptists, 41; Particular Baptists, 40, 80, 169; Strict Baptists, 40; and see Anabaptists

Barber, Edw., Sheriff of Oxfordshire, 12, 21, 28; Revd. John, f. of John (d. 1773), 21; John (d. 1773), 21, 27; John (d. 1817), 21, 28; John (d. 1854), 12, 21; Rob. (d. 1651), 14, 21; Rob. (fl. 1697), Sheriff of Oxfordshire, 21; Wm., Sheriff of Oxfordshire, 12, 21, 34; fam., 12, 14, 21

Barcote, see Buckland

Bardolf, Hugh, 1256, 128; fam., 125

Barford, Denise of, m. Hugh de Chesney, 21

Barford St. John (Little or North Barford, Barford Plaice) in Adderbury, 1, 35, 1314, 46, 189; agric., 24 25; airfield, 14; bridge, 13; chap., 3031, 33, 3638; Coombe Hill, 14; curates of, 32, 3639, and see Hart, Canon A. J. S.; dom. arch., 14; farms, 28; fields, 25, 31; ford, 13; inc., 26, 28; man., 2021, 24; man.ho., 14; mills, 14, 30; named as address, 15, 18, 21, 74; nonconf., 40; par. officers, 22; poor-relief, 2224; pop., 1314; radio-station, 14; roads, 13; roads to, 53, 58; sch., 43; tithes, 3031; vicarage-ho., 37

Barford St. Michael, 5, 1314, 21 n, 30, 36, 55, 7374; ch., 31; curate of, 38, and see Davis, Harry; Hart, Canon A. J. S.; Rector of, 31; sch., 37, 43

Barker, Wm., Vicar of Adderbury, 32

Barley Hall, see Brayton

Barnesley, John, 46

Barnet (Herts.), battle of, 88

barns, notable, 6, 1011, 13, 86, 151

Barret, Chris., 40

Bartlett, G., 149; fam., 56 n

Barton, Steeple, 61

Barton-on-the-Heath (Warws.), 61 n, 109

basket-making, 29, 49, 147

Bassett, John, 142

Bath and Wells, Bp. of, see Burnel, Rob.

battles and other military incidents, 1415, 45, 50, 58, 9192, 115, 120, 121 n; and see Barnet; Cropredy, Cropredy Bridge; Edgehill; Evesham; Towton; Worcester

Bayeux, Bp. of, see Odo

Baylis, John, 43; Thos., 40

Bearsted, Vcts., see Samuel, Marcus Ric.; Samuel, Wal. Horace

Beau, Wm., Vicar of Adderbury, Bp. of Llandaff, 33

Beauchamp, Edith de, see Stourton; Isabel, see Despenser; Joan, see Fitzwyth; Sir John de (d. 1388), Ld. de Beauchamp, Baron of Kidderminster, 161, 166; John de (d. c. 1412), 59; John de (d. 1420), 161; Marg. de (fl. 1420), m. John Pauncefoot, 161, 162 n; Marg. de (d. 1482), m. 1 Oliver St. John (d. c. 1435), 2 John Beaufort, Duke of Somerset, 3 Leo, Ld. Welles, 59; Maud, Abbess of Godstow, 73; Ric., Ld. Abergavenny, 141, 142 n; Rog. de (d. 1380), 59, 73; Rog. de (d. 1406), 59; Thos. de, Earl of Warwick, 105 n; fam., 136

Beaufeu, Alice, see Swynnerton; Humph., 20; Joan, w. of Rog. (d. c. 1309), 20; Joan (fl. late 15th cent.), see Hagford; John (fl. 1428), 20; John (d. 1516), 20; John (d. 1529), 20; John (d. 1583), 20; Ric., 20; Rog. (d. c. 1309), 20, 30; Rog. (fl. after 1309), 20; Thos. (fl. 1309), 20; Thos. (fl. 1346), 20; Thos. (fl. 1624), 20; fam., 20

Beaufort, John, Duke of Somerset, 59; Marg., see Beauchamp

Bec Abbey (Eure, France), 49

Becket, Rog., and his w. Alice, 62

Bedford, Earl of, see Russell, Wm.

Bedingfeld, Lady Sybil Paston-, 38

Beeby, Sheldon, 147

Beesley, Alfred, 40, 136

Beeston Castle (Ches.), 115 n

Belcher, Jas., 37; fam., 14

Belet, Annora, m. Wal. de Verdun, 4, 176, 183; Hervey (fl. 1136), 175; Hervey (fl. 1214), 175 n; John, 175 n; Mic. (d. by 1201), 175; Master Mic. (fl. 1205), Rector of Wroxton, 87, 97 n, 1756, 178, 183; fam., 1756

Bell, Geo., Vicar of Bloxham, 57, 75, 78

belladonna, 28

bellfounders, see Bagley, Hen.; Bagley, Mat.; Bagley, Wm.; Reading foundry

Bellinger, Shipton (Hants), 18

Bellow, John, 27 n; Mic., 72

Belvedere House, see Erith

Belvoir, Cecily of, m. Wm. d'Aubigny (fl. 12th cent.), 87

Belvoir (Leics.), 87

Ben, Ralph, 73

Benet, Thos., 21

Benson, 65

Beoley (Worcs.), 147

Beorhtnoth (fl. 956), 151; another (fl. 956), 151

Beorhtric (fl. 956), 151

Bereford, Agnes de, w. of Ralph, 61; Marg. de, m. Edm. Waldyff, 61, 72, 88; Ralph de (d. c. 1329), 21, 6061; Ralph de (fl. 1362), Rector of Broughton, 97; Reynold de, 21; Ric. de, 63; Rob. de (fl. 1327, 1340), 61, 72; Sir Rob. de (fl. 1356, ? same as last), 97 n; fam., 97 n

Berenger, Ingram, 18

Berewyk, John, 16

Berkeley, Anne, w. of Sir Wm. (? wid. of Thos. Sculle), 166, and see Sculle; G. F., and his w. Caroline, 114; Sir Wm., 166

Berkshire, 152; Archdeacon of, see Inglesham, Master Rob. de

Bertie, Rob., Earl of Lindsey, 166

Bicester, ch., 6 n; nonconf., 40; priory ch., 71

Bignell, Ric., 1516, 18

Bigod, Adeliz, see Todeni; Rog., 87

Billing, John, 62, 72; Wm., 62, 72; fam., 72

Binsley, Wm., Vicar of Adderbury, 32

Birch, Edm., 36

Birmingham, 5, 134, 149

Black Death, see plague

blacksmiths, 131, 147, 149, 165, 183

Blagden, H. C., Vicar of Milcombe, 79

Blagrave, Anne, see Cobb; John, 16, 18, 28; fam., 20

Blandiac, John de, Cardinal of St. Mark's, Rector of Adderbury, 30, 32

Bliss, Geo., 16

Blocc (O.E. personal name), 55

Blodwell, Master John, Rector of Tadmarton, 157

Blomfield, A. W., 104

Blount, Geo. (fl. 1523), 163; Geo. (d. 1604), 163; Geo. (d. 1700), 160; John (d. by 1428), and his w. Joan, 161, 163; John (fl. 1441), 163 n; John (fl. 1654), 164 n; John (fl. 1665, ? same as last), 160, 164; John (d. 1699/1700, ? same as last), 169; fam., 1624

Bloxham, John, 11; Sam., 169 n

Bloxham, 3, 56, 17, 23, 29, 5385, 54, 56, 57, 67, 165, 169 n, 189; adv., 7273; agric., 1, 6571; almshouses, 55, 58, 8384; Bloxham Grove, 58, 71; Bloxham North, 55 57, 6365, 6770, 74, 84; Bloxham South, 5556, 6365, 6770, 83; bridges, 53, 64, 78, 83; 'castle', 55; chant., 74, 83; chap., see 'Felelia'; chaplain of, 73; char., 75, 8385, and see town estate; ch., 1, 3435, 52, 5556, 57, 59, 7279, 77, 80 81, 84, 99, 110, 121; ct., 63, 66, 68 69; Court Ho. (Town Ho.), 55, 57, 57, 6364, 70, 80, 8284; Cumberford, 55; curates of, 7375, 80, and see Hewett, J. W.; Lovell, Thos.; Wade, John; dom. arch., 5658; farms, 7071; fields, 67, 6768; fire-engines, 57, 64; glebe, 62 n, 69, 7374; green, 55, 58; Hog End, 55; inc., 6670, 7374, 84; ind., 7071; inns, 55, 71; library, 75; lighting, 64; man., 1, 16, 5556, 5860, 62 63, 6668, 7172, 79; man.-hos., 5556; military incident, 58; mills, 29, 66, 69, 7172; named as address, 29, 39, 149; nonconf., 39, 41, 5658, 75, 7982; par. officers, 6365, 82, 84; pk., 56; pest-ho., 58, 6465; poor-relief, 58, 6365, 70; pop., 4, 55, 66; prison, 56; rly. sta., 55, 58; recreation ground, 58; Rectors of, 73, 166, and see Seffrid; rectory, 56, 58, 62, 7274, 83, 85; rectory-ho. (Pike Hall), 56, 62, 73; roads, 53, 55; roads to, 13, 55, 150; Rom. rem., 55; sch., 5758, 64, 71, 75, 8084; Bloxham (All Saints') School, 56 57, 56, 75, 83; sewerage, 64; streets, 5556, 64; tithes, 62 n, 69, 7375, 81; town estate, feoffees, and Townsmen, 22, 55, 57, 6365, 69 71, 75, 78, 8284; vicarage, 7374; vicarage-ho., 55, 57, 73, 75; Vicars of, 33, 58, 64, 7375, 7883, 166, and see Bell, Geo.; Davis, John; Godwin, Thos.; Hodgson, Jas.; Lancaster, John; Lovell, Thos.; Matthew, Rog.; Newell, Chris.; Page, Nic.; Pargiter, Rob.; Thomas, Lewis; Verdun, John of; village halls, 58; wake, 75 n; water-supply, 55, 64; woodland, 66, and see Wychwood forest; workhouse, 58, 65; and see Milcombe

Bloxham and Whiston Iron Co., 71

Bloxham Gas Co., 64

Bloxham hund., 14, 2, 13, 44, 5556, 60, 66, 92

Bloxham Rural District Council, 56, 58

Blyth, Thos., 72

Blythman, Arthur, Rector of Alkerton and Shenington, 51, 149

Bobart, Tilleman, 173; fam., 173

Boda (O.E. personal name), 12

Bodicote, Thos., 14

Bodicote, in Adderbury, 1, 3, 5, 1213, 14, 93, 189; adv., 37; agric., 2425, 2728; 'Bodicote body-snatcher', see Tyrell, Jos.; Bodicote Ho., 5, 13; char., 4344; ch., 5, 13, 3033, 37 38; cross, 13; Weeping Cross, 5; curates of, 12, 32, 3738, and see Nutt, Jas.; Wells, Francis; dom. arch., 13; drainage system, 13; farms, 2728; fields, 2425, 30 n; inc., 27; ind., 29; inns, 13; library, 13; lighting, 13; machine-burning at, 28; man., 1921, 24; man.-ho., 13; military incidents, 1415; mills, 25, 2930; named as address, 14, 27, 43, 72, 84, 110; nonconf., 13, 3839, 41; par. officers, 22 n; parish room, 13; poor-relief, 2324; pop., 12, 160; road to, 85; Rom. rem., 6; sch., 13, 38, 4243; streets, 13; tithes, 30; vicarage, 37; Vicars of, 38, 43; workhouse, 13

Bodley, , 52

Bohun, Engelger de, 20, 60

Bolbec (Bolebec), Hugh de (fl. 1086), 19; Hugh de (d. c. 1165), 19; Isabel de (d. c. 1207), m. Aubrey de Vere, Earl of Oxford (d. 1214), 19; Isabel de (fl. c. 1211), m. Rob. de Vere, Earl of Oxford (d. 1221), 19; Wal. de, s. of Hugh (fl. 1086), 19; Wal. de (d. by c. 1175), 19; Wal. de (fl. 1165, uncle of last), 19

Bolbec (Seine Inf., France), 19

Bold (Lancs.), 156

Bolebec, see Bolbec

Boniface VIII, pope, 30

Boniface IX, pope, 101

Bonner, John (fl. 1563), 6162; John (fl. 1625), 61; Marg., w. of John (fl. 1563), 61 n; Wm. (fl. 1628), 61; Wm. (of Henley-on-Thames, ? same as last), 61

Booth, Anne, m. Sir John Cope, 116

Borton, fam., 117

Boston, Ld., see Irby, Fred.

boundaries, perambulation of, 37, 150

Bourton, 112

Bowers & Westlake, 100

Bowlestred (? Bustard), Ant., 29; and see Bustard

Boyvin, Ren, 91

Brabant, Thos., 80

Bradford, B. Wyatt, Rector (earlier curate) of Broughton, 97, 99; Lt.Col. Chas. J., 97; Eliz., see Wyatt, Eliz. (fl. 19th cent.); John, 26; Thos. (d. 1624), 26; Thos. (fl. 1665), 13; fam., 10, 13, 26, 97

Brailes (Warws.), 82, 1212, 187

Bramshill (Hants), 124

Brandon, Chas., Duke of Suffolk, 156

Brandon, in Wolston (Warws.), cast., 125; honor of, 125

Brasenose College, Oxford, 62, 182

brasses, see monumental brasses

Braughton, Ric., see Broughton

Braunston (Northants.), 47

Bray, Anne, m. John Doyley, 17; John, 139; Sir Reynold, 126

Braybrooke (Braybroke), Christine de, see Ledet; Eleanor, see St. Amand; Gerard, 16; Hen. de, 175

Brayton (Yorks. W. R.), Barley Hall in, 89

bread and ale, assize of, 63, 178

Brent, fam., 79

Bret (Brett), John, 152; Rob. le (fl. 1230), 18; Sir Rob. (fl. 1609), 127, 132; Thos. le, 18

Brewer, John, 9, 91, 103

brick-making, 29, 71

Brictric son of Algar, 140, 143

Briddesthorne, John de, 2930; Sim. de, 30

Brideoake, Ralph, Bp. of Chichester, 162; Ralph (fl. 1718), 152; Ralph (d. 1728, ? same as last), 152; Ralph (fl. 1730), 156; Ric. (fl. 1692), 152, 157, 162; Ric. (d. 1715), 162; Mrs., 156; fam., 152, 162

Bridges, John, Bp. of Oxford, 109

bridges, major, see Nell Bridge; Twyford Bridge

Brinberg steel works, see Wrexham

Brion, Marg. de, m. Ralph de Gorges, 18; Ric. de, Rector of West Grimstead (Wilts.), 18; Sim. de, 18; Wm. de, 18

Bristol, St. Peter's ch., 148

Broke, Thos., Rector of Broughton, 9798

Brome (Brown), Chris., 18; John, 18; Rob., 18; Wm., 18; and see Brown

Broughton (Braughton), Edw., 93; Eliz. of, ? w. of Sir Thos., see Adderbury, Eliz.; John of (fl. 1242), 87; Sir John of (d. 1315), 8789, 88, 99 100; John of (d. c. 1350), 8889, 97 n, 1001; Ralph of, 87; Ric., 142; Sir Thos. of, 61, 88, 97, 100; fam., 88, 97

Broughton, 1, 3, 14, 64, 68, 85102, 103, 108, 158, 189; adv., 9697; agric., 9295; almshouses, 86; Broughton Castle, 1, 4, 67, 8687, 89, 8992, 90, 98, 101, 114, 114; chant., 97, 101; char., 102; ch., 86 88, 88, 96101, 99; curate of, 98, and see Bradford, B. W.; Crowley, Ric.; dom. arch., 86; farms, 95; fields, 93; ford, 85; Haeslford, 85, 150; glebe, 93, 9798; inc., 9394, 97; ind., 85, 95; inns, 85; man., 20, 6063, 8789, 93, 97, 125 n; man.ho., see Broughton, Broughton Castle; military incident, 9192; mills, 8586, 92, 9596; Hazelford Mill, 9596, 150; named as address, 58, 73, 138; nonconf., 94, 98, 101 102; par. officers, 92, 102; pk., 85, 91, 94; poor-relief, 92; pop., 86, 92, 95; prehist. rem., 85; Rectors of, 92, 95, 9799, 1012, and see Bereford, Ralph de; Bradford, B. W.; Broke, Thos.; Coney, Nat.; Crayker, John; Crosse, Ric.; Eddoes, John; Gledston, Rog.; Harrison, Rob.; Hughes, Rob. Edw.; Knight, John; Marcy, John; Percival, Beaumont; Taylor, John; Taylor, Ralph; White, Ric.; Wyatt, C. F. (2 of the name); Wykeham, Master John of; rectory, 86, 91, 9394, 9697, 148, 157; rectoryho., 86, 9798; road to, 150; roads, 85; sch., 86, 98, 102; tithe barn, 86; tithes, 9798; and see Newington, North

Brown, Lancelot ('Capability'), 9; and see Brome

Bruern, 106, 114, 116

Bruern Abbey, 114

Bruley, Joan, m. John Danvers (d. c. 1448), 17

Brun, Wm. le, 46

Brundelt, Jonathan, 152

Brymbo Steel Co., 71

Buccleuch, Dukes of, 6, 9 n, 1011, 27, and see Scott, Hen.

Buckbye, Wm., 106

Buckhurst, Baroness, see Sackville, Eliz.; Ld., see Sackville, Wm.

Buckingham, Duke of, see Stafford, Humph. de

Buckingham, Earls of, see Giffard, Wal. (d. 1102); Giffard, Wal. (d. 1164)

Buckingham, 132; Archdeacons of, 127, 132; ch., 127 n; named as address, 132 n; prebend of, see Suttoncum-Buckingham; road to, 5

Buckland (Berks.), Barcote in, 19

Buckler, J. C., 35, 3738, 110, 121

Bucknell, 134, 161

Budd, fam., 56

building trades, 29, 49, 71, 95, 131, 147, 160, 165, 183; builders, see Anthony, Geo.; Bartlett, G.; Bloxham, John; Cooper & Co.; Davis, ; Franklin, Rob.; Franklin & Hopcraft; Kimberley, J.S.; Randle, Ephraim; White, ; Wyatt, fam. (of Wigginton); masons, see Atkins, fam.; Cakebread, Geo.; Cleaver, Rob. (fl. 1830); Cleaver, fam.; Hitchcox, Wm.; London, Masons' Company of; Oxfordshire, masons; Stanley, fam.; Winchcombe, Ric.; Wylot, John; and see prefabricated concrete structures

Buller, Edw., 117; fam., 117

Burden, Francis, 47; John, 181, 185; Ric. (fl. 1535), 173; Ric. (d. 1653/4) and his w. Hannah, 50, 52; Ric. (fl. 1706), 47; Rob., 47, 173, 185; Thos., 179; Wm., 47

Burgher, Mic., 124

Burlison & Grylls, 100, 185

Burne-Jones, Sir Edw., 78

Burnel, Rob., Bp. of Bath and Wells, 46 n

Burton, John, 183

Busby, Edw., 84; John, 40 n

Buscot (Berks.), 21

Bushe, Wm., 91 n

Bustard, Ant., 10, 15, 26, 29, 36, 43, 62, 72, and see Bowlestred; Eliz., see Fox; Jane, see Horne; John (d. 1534), 15, 36, 185; John (fl. after 1568), 29; Marg., see Pope; Mic., 38; Wm. (fl. before 1534), 15; Wm. (d. by 1629), 15, 43; fam., 10, 14

butcher, 165

Butcher, Edw., 81

Bute, Marchioness of, see Stuart, Maria

Butler, Avenel, 88; Christine (fl. late 12th cent.), see Clement; Christine (fl. mid 13th cent.), m. John de Dunheved, 88; Jordan, 88; fam., 71

Butterfield, Wm., 36; Mrs., 122

Button, Wm., 142

Buxton, H. J., Vicar of Horley and Hornton, later Bishop of Gibraltar, 134

Byshopsden, Philippa, see Wilcotts

C

cabbage, 70, 108

cabinet-making, 155

Cade, Jack, 96

Cakebread, Geo., 41, 71, 8081; fam., 80

Calcott, John, Rector of Wigginton, 167; Ric. (d. 1695), 164; Ric. (fl. 1766), 130; Wm., 84

Calthorpe, see Banbury

'Calvinists', 101; and see Baptists; Independents; Methodists

Cambridge University, 11920

Camden, Chipping (Glos.), 106; mkt., 85

Campbell, Caroline, Baroness Greenwich, m. 1 Francis, Earl of Dalkeith, 2 Chas. Townshend, 9, 15; Jane, w. of John (d. 1743), Duke of Argyll and Greenwich, 15, 162; John (d. 1743), Duke of Argyll and Greenwich, 7, 9, 15, 20, 27; John (d. 1770), Duke of Argyll and Greenwich, 27; fam., 162

Canada, emigration to, 84

canals, see Coventry Canal; Oxford Canal

Cancellis, Peter de, Rector of Adderbury, 32

Canterbury, Abps. of, 133, 157, and see Bancroft, Ric.; Laud, Wm.; Whitgift, John; Archdeacon of, see Roworthe, Hen.; chaplain of, see Monk, John

Cape wheat, 181

Capel, Ric., 47; Susannah, m. Wm. Townshend, 47

Carenci, Imbert de, 59

Carew, fam., 126

Carpenter, And., 78

Carroll, Rog., 72

carrots, 70, 108

Carter, Crescens, 1523, 155; Geo. (d. 1707), 152; Geo. (fl. 1717), 147

Cartwright, Eliz., 69; John, 56, 58, 6063, 72, 78; Ric., 62; Thos. (fl. 17th cent.), 119; Thos. (fl. 1713), 62; Ursula, see Fairfax; Wm. (d. by 1683), 56, 62; Wm. (fl. 1759), 57, 171; Wm. (fl. late 18th cent.), 69; fam., 56, 58, 6263, 70

carpet-weaving, 71

castle-guard, 175, 177

Caunter, Ric. McDonald, Rector of Drayton, 109

Caunton, David, Vicar of Horley and Hornton, 133

Caversfield (formerly Bucks.), 126

certainty money, 34; and see 'frithsilver'

Chacombe Priory (Northants.), 72

Chad, St., Bp. of Mercia, 85

chamberlain, Robert the, see Robert the chamberlain

Chamberlain (Chamberlayne), Penelope, m. Sir Rob. Dashwood, 20; Sir Thos. (fl. 16023), 20, 72; Sir Thos. (fl. 1681), 20, 39, 72; fam., 20

Chamberlin, W. H., 9

Chambers, Sir Wm., 9

Chambre, Eliz. de la, see Adderbury, Eliz. de; Rog. de la, 88

chantries, see Bloxham; Broughton; Chantry Commissioners; Godstow Abbey; Norton, Chipping

Chantry Commissioners, 74

Charity Commissioners, 64, 8485, 102, 112, 1389, 159, 170

Charlbury, 79

Charles I, 14, 33, 92, 114, 120, 161, 167

Charles II, 91, 115; as Prince of Wales, 1415

Charlton, see Sutton, King's

Chastleton, 61; Chastleton Ho., 91

Chaucer, Alice, m. Wm. de la Pole, Duke of Suffolk, 115; Thos., and his w. Maud, 115; fam., 21

Chaworth, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Cope (d. 1637), 106, 116

Chearsley (Bucks.), 45

Chebsey (Staffs.), 141

Chedworth, John, 15; Rob., 16; Thos., 15

chemist, 71

Cherrington (Glos.), 53 n

Cherry, fam., 72

Cherwell, riv., 1, 5, 55, 103, 112, 118, 123

Cheshire, John, 35

Chesney, Denise de, see Barford, Denise; Hugh de, 21; Lucy de, m. Guy de Dive, 21; Ralph, 21; Rog. de, 21; Wm. de, 59 n

Chesterton (Warws.), 152

Chichester, Archdeacon of, see Seffrid; Bp. of, see Brideoake, Ralph; Seffrid; Trillek, Thos. de

Child, Rob., 47, 147; Sarah, w. of Rob., m. 2 Francis Reynolds-Moreton, Baron Ducie of Tortworth, 47; Thos., 147; fam., 147

Child-Villiers, Victor, Earl of Jersey, 47, 51, 148; fam., 49; and see Villiers

'Child's', banking house, 47, 147

Chiltern hills, 117

China, missionaries in, 110

Chinnor, 115

Christ Church, Oxford, 19, 21, 61, 70, 178, 1824; Dean and Chapter of, 166, 178

Christian's Daily Walk, 110

Christine, granddau. of Wischard Ledet (d. 1241/2), m. Sir Wm. Latimer, 175

Church Commissioners, 184

church furnishers, see Mowbray of Oxford

Churchill, Revd. Bart., 152, 1556; Geo., 162 n; John, Duke of Marlborough, 57, 162 n

churchscot, 48

cinquefoil, 181

Cirencester Abbey, 18, 22, 63; Abbot of, 29

Clapton (Northants.), 176

Clare, Eleanor de, m. Hugh le Despenser, 141; Gil. de, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 141; Isabel de, m. Wm. Marshall, 19; Marg. de, m. Hugh de Audley, Earl of Gloucester, 141; Maud de, 141; Ric. de, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 1401; fam., 140

Clarendon, Earl of, see Hyde, Edw.

Claridge, John, 40; Ric., 94

Clarke, Rob., Rector of Drayton, 110; Thos., 142

Clarson, Eliz., 10; John, Vicar of Horley and Hornton, 133; Sam., 10; Thos., Vicar of Horley and Hornton, 133; fam., 10

Clattercote Priory, 21

Claycross Coal and Iron Co., 71

Claydon Hill, 171

Clayton and Bell, 36, 77, 100, 185

Cleaver, John (fl. 1665), 103; John (fl. 1770), ? Rector of Drayton, 109; Rob. (d. 1640), Rector of Drayton, 50 n, 10911, 119; Rob. (fl. 1830), 161, 169; fam., 161, 163

Clement V, pope, 72

Clement VI, pope, 30

Clement, Alice, 88, 178; Christine, m. Avenel Butler, 88; Ingram, 178; Wm. (fl. 1115), 178; Wm. (fl. late 12th cent.), 88, 178; fam., 176, 178

Clements-Ansell, J. H., 134

clerk, Ric. the, see Richard the clerk

Clifton, Master Rob. of, Rector of Alkerton, 49

Clifton (Beds.), 47

Clinton, Geof. de, 125; Lesceline de, m. Norman de Verdun, 125

clock- and watch-manufacture, 27, 29, 71, 131; and see London, Clockmakers' Company of

coal merchants, 29, 71

Cobb, Alice, 9, 16, 19, 36; Anne, m. John Blagrave, 16; Christian, m. Paul Methuen, 16; Sir Edw. (d., 1744), 9, 16; Edw. (fl. 1850), 20; Sir Geo. (d. 1763), 10, 16, 18, 36; Geo. (fl. 1830), 91 n; J.R., 160; Sir John, 35; Susan, see Lloyd; Sir Thos. (d. 1699), 6, 9, 11, 16, 18, 39; Thos. (fl. 1805), 96; Wm. (d. 1598), 9, 36; Sir Wm. (d. 1659), 9, 14, 16, 19; fam., 6, 910, 16, 1819, 23, 27, 3536, 40

Cockerell, S. P., 76, 86

Cockes, see Cox

Cogges, 177

Coghlane, Ric., Rector of Drayton, 11011

Coke, Joan, 126; Prudence, 126

Cokkys, see Cox

Colegrove, John, 153

Coles, fam., 161

Coleshill (Warws.), 142

Collingston, Wm., 132 n

Colonna, John, 147; Odo, Rector of Shenington, 1478; Peter, Cardinal, 147

Combe, 74

Commons, House of, 120 n

Compton, Jas., Earl of Northampton, 1415; John of, and his w. Joan, 88; Peter, 126 n; fam., 126

Compton Wyniates (Warws.), 45

Concoreto, Itherius de, Rector of Adderbury, 30

Coney, Nat., Rector of Broughton, 98

Conquest, fam., 79

Cookes, Geo., 159

Cooper & Co., 35

coopers, 27, 49

Cope, Anne, see Booth; Sir Ant. (d. 1551), 113, 11516, 11819; Sir Ant. (d. 1614), 62, 106, 109, 114, 11617, 11921, 129; Sir Ant. (d. 1675), 40, 50 n, 106, 11416, 1201; Ant. (fl. 1728), 182; Arabella Diana, m. 1 John Fred. Sackville, Duke of Dorset, 2 Chas., Earl Whitworth, 106, 109, 116; Catherine, w. of Sir Chas. sr., m. 2 Chas. Jenkinson, 116; Catherine Ann, 116; Sir Chas., sr. (d. 1781), 106, 11618, 121; Sir Chas., jr. (d. 1781), 114, 116, 121; Edw., 116; Eliz., w. of Sir John (d. 1638), see Fane; Eliz., w. of Sir Wm. (d. 1637), see Chaworthe; Sir John (d. 1638), 114, 116; Sir John (d. 1721), 106, 116, 127; Sir John (fl. after 1721), 124, 127; Sir John Mordaunt, 130; Jonathan (fl. 17th cent.), 116; Sir Jonathan (d. 1765), 112, 114, 116, 121; Mary, w. of Sir Ant. (d. 1675), see Gerard; Mary, w. of Jonathan (d. 1765), 121; Revd. Sir Ric., 182; Wm. (d. 1513), 113, 115; Wm. (fl. 1557), 116, 118; Sir Wm. (d. 1637), 106, 108, 114, 116, 118; Misses, 118; fam., 1, 106, 11214, 116 n, 119, 1212, 124, 127, 129, 182

Corgan, Mic., 28

cork-seller, 183

Cornwall, Earl of, see Richard

Corsham (Wilts.), 9 n, 16, 36

Cossins, J. A., 52

Cossins and Peacock, 52

Cotswolds, breed of sheep, 108; roads to, 53, 150

Cotton, Holford, Vicar of Adderbury, 12

Coudray, Sir Mat. de, 49

Councer, Ant., 6869; Edw., 29, 69; Geo. (d. 1629), 69; Geo. (fl. 1635), 72; Geo. (fl. 1685, ? another), 78; Geo. (fl. 1708, ?another), 80 n; Geo. (fl. 1802), 69; Jeremy, 69, 72; Jonathan, 56; Lyne, 80; Wm., 15, 69, 72; fam., 10, 56, 58, 6970, 80

Courtenay, Reynold de, 19

Coventry, Thos., 183

Coventry (Warws.), 2829

Coventry Canal, 5

Cowley, 115

Cowper, Manasses, 118

Cox (Cockes, Cokkys), John (fl. 1500), 16, 26; John (fl. 1541), 142; John (fl. 1693), 137; John (fl. 18th cent.), Vicar of Adderbury, 32; Josiah, 39; Ric., Prebendary of Sutton-cumBuckingham, Bp. of Ely, 127; Sam., 13, 39; Thos., 41

Cradock, Sam., theologian, 110

Crawley, Rob., 74

Crawley, North (Bucks.), 17

Crayker, John, Rector of Broughton, and of Tadmarton, 98, 157

cricket, 58

Crispin, Miles, 45, 49, 177

Croft, Joan, see Pauncefoot (? or Wysham); John (fl. 1501), 162; John (d. 1666), 164; Ric., 163; Thos., 164; fam., 162, 164

Croker, Bridget, m. Strange, 61 n; Sir Gerard, 61; John (d. 1569), 61; John (fl. 1584), 61; John, of Barton (Warws.), 61 n; Margery, m. Edw. Hawten, 61; fam., 61

Cromwell, Oliver, 158

Cropredy, 3, 5; Cropredy Bridge, battle of, 115; Mollington in, 34, 61, 88, 152, 162, 189; Williamscote in, 84

crops, less common, see belladonna; cabbage; Cape wheat; carrots; cinquefoil; dredge; Dutch clover; flax; hemp; henbane; herbs; hops; lucerne; mangolds; mustard; parsnips; poppies; pulse; rape; rhubarb; sainfoin; sugar beet; teazels; trefoil; vineyards; woad

Crosse, Ric., Rector of Broughton, 100

crosses, see Adderbury; Bodicote; Newington, North

Crowley, Ric., curate of Broughton, 98

Crukadan, Master Geof., Rector of Tadmarton, 157

Cuddington (Surr.), Nonsuch in, 91

Culme-Seymour, see Seymour

Cumming, Wm., 37

Cwmhir Abbey (Radnor), 74

Cygoniac, Engelard de, 59

D

Dairds, Chas. Hen., 16

Dalby, Alice, 62; Geo. (d. 1570), 62, 72; Geo. (d. by 1626), 63, 84; John (fl. 1536), 62; John (d. by 1616), 63; John (fl. 1667), 63; Ric., 6465; W. (d. 1695), 78; Wm. (fl. before 1603), Rector of Upper Heyford, 84; Wm. (d. 1684), 8687, 94; , m. Geo. Violet, 63; fam., 14, 58, 6263, 72, 75

Dale, L., 135

Dalkeith, Earl of, see Scott, Francis

Dalkeith House (Midlothian), 9 n

Dalton, North (Yorks. E. R.), 87

danegeld, 143, 152, 175

Danvers, Ant., 124, 126; Dan., 124, 126; Edm., 17; Geo., 17, 107; Joan, m. Sir Hen. Frowicke, 47; Joan, see Bruley; John (fl. 1390), Rector of Hanwell, 119; John (d. c. 1448), 17, 47; John (d. 1508), and his w. Marg., 17; John (d. 1517), 17; John (fl. 1661), 1267; Marg., see Doyley; Ric., 17; Sir Rob., Recorder of London, 47; Sir Thos. (d. 1502), 17; Thos. (d. 1523), 17; Wm. (d. 1504), and his w. Anne, 17; Wm. (d. 1558), 17; fam., 6, 11, 12 n, 14, 17 n, 18, 86, 89, 119, 124, 126 n, 127

Darcy, Sir Geo., 61

Dashwood, Sir Geo., 20, 30; Sir Hen. Watkin, 28; Sir Hen. Wm., 20; Sir Jas., 58; Penelope, see Chamberlain; Sir Rob., 20; fam., 20, 72

d'Aubigny, Cecily, see Belvoir; Isabel, 87; Wm. (fl. 12th cent.), 87; Wm. (d. 1236), 87; Wm. (d. 1242), 87

Dauntesey, Wm., 29

Davenport, J., 150; Sam., 14950

Daventry (Northants.), 80

Davis, Harry (fl. 1793), 62; Hen. (Harry) (d. 1842, ? same as last), curate of Barford St. Michael, 62, 78; John (d. 1789), Vicar of Bloxham, 62, 78; John (fl. 1794), 56, 62, 69; R. S. Bolton, 162; Ric., 48, 72, 131, 164; Sam. (fl. 1797, 1820), 62; Sam. (fl. 1829, ? another), 62; Wm. (fl. late 18th cent.), 69; Wm. (fl. 1829, ? another), 56, 62; , 99; fam., 58, 62, 69

de la Warr, Earls, see Sackville, Herbrand; Sackville-West, Chas.; Sackville-West, Geo. John

de Quincy, Rog., Earl of Winchester, 115; Saer, Earl of Winchester, 115

Dearle, J. H., 78

Dechair, John, Vicar of Horley and Hornton, 1334

Deddington, 56, 120; ch., 71; curate of, see Egerton, P. R.; feoffees of, 69; Hempton in, 39 n; ind., 96; mkt., 29; named as address, 38, 62, 72, 185; roads and paths to, 5, 13; sch., 43

Deddington deanery, 119

Deiville, Maud, 46 n, 141 n

Denton, fam., 120

Derbyshire, 98

designers, see artists, designers, and engravers

Despenser, Adam le, 152; Eleanor le, see Clare; Hugh le, sr., 16; Hugh le, jr., 141; Isabel le, m. Ric. Beauchamp, Ld. Abergavenny, 141; Marg., m. John de St. Amand, 16; Sim. le, 152; Thurstan le, 152; , m. Walter son of Hingham, 152; fam., 141, 152

Devereux, Rob., Earl of Essex, 14, 92

Ditchley, see Spelsbury

Dive, Guy de, 21; Hen. de (d. 1277), 21; Hen. de (d. 1327), 21; Hen. de (d. 1362), 21; John de (d. 1265), 21; John de (d. 1310), 21; John de (fl. 1349), 21; Lucy de, see Chesney; Wm. de, 21; fam., 21

Dixon, John, 152; Nic., Prebendary of Sutton-cum-Buckingham, 133

Dochin, Anne, 147

Docwra, John, 21; Marg., see Goylyn

Dod, John, Rector of Hanwell, 50 n, 109, 114, 11920

d'Oilly, see Doyley

Dolby, Edwin, 110

Donaldson, T. L., 100

Donnington Hospital (Berks.), 115

Dorchester hund., 3

Dorell, Nic., 142

Dormer, John, 6162; Sir Ric., 126; Rob., 62

Dorset, Duke of, see Sackville, John Fred.

Doughty, fam., 56

dovecots, 12, 14, 58, 66, 87, 113, 151, 182

Dover, John (fl. 1688), 109; John (d. 1725), Rector of Drayton, 10911

Dover Castle (Kent), 177

Downe, Earls of, see Pope, Thos. (3 of the name); Pope, Sir Wm.

Downing, Ann, 142; Calybut (fl. 1616), 142; Calybut (d. 1644), 142; Eliz., 142

Doyle, see North, Col. J. S.

Doyley (d'Oilly), Anne, w. of John, see Bray; Anne, w. of Rob. (d. 1640), see Yates; Bray, 1, 12, 17, 39, 81, 101; Chris. (d. 1509), 18; Chris. (fl. 18th cent.), 18; Dorothy, m. Thos. Oliffe, 17; Edm., 17; Eliz., m. Wm. Markes, 17; Eliz., w. of Rob. (d. 1640), see Weston; Guy, 161, 163; Hen., 1819, 61; John, 14, 17; Kath., see Tregyan; Marg., m. Geo. Danvers, 17; Nat., 17; Niel, 6162, 152, 161; Ralph (fl. 11th cent.), 65; Ralph (fl. c. 1200), 16; Ric., 16; Rob. (fl. 1086), Sheriff of Oxfordshire, 18, 2021, 24, 140, 1512, 161, 166; Rob. (d. 1577), 17; Rob. (d. 1640), 1718, 26, 29; Rob. (d. by 1701), 17; Thos., 17; , m. Arnold de Mandeville, 16; fam., 12, 14, 21, 27, 61, 161

Draycott, see Ickford

Drayton, 1, 3, 10312, 189; adv., 104 6, 1089; agric., 1078; called 'Little London', 103; char., 104, 112; ch., 1046, 10811, 121; ct., 106; curates of, 10910; dom. arch., 1034; fair, 107; farms, 106, 108; fields, 1078; fire at, 103; glebe, 107, 109; green, 107; inc., 1068; ind., 103, 108; inns, 104; man., 1039; man.-ho., 103, 106, 108; mill, 103, 108; named as address, 88, 11819, 1267; nonconf., 111; par. officers, 110; pk., 108; poor-relief, 103, 107; pop., 103, 107; rly., 103; Rectors of, 105, 108, 11011, and see Caunter, Ric. McDonald; Clarke, Rob.; Cleaver, John (fl. 1770); Cleaver, Rob.; Coghlane, Ric.; Dover, John; Jenkinson, Dr. Jas.; Lloyd, Wm.; Lodge, Thos.; Moore, Edm.; Morton, Adam; Scudder, Hen.; Stone, Edm.; Wale, Wm.; rectory, 109; rectory-ho., 1034, 10910; roads, 103; Rom. rem., 103; sch., 104, 11112; tithes, 109; Vicar of, 109; vicarage, 109; wake, 110n; Withycombe, 1068; woodland, 108

dredge, 93

Droitwich (Worcs.), 8485

drug-manufacture, 28

ducking-stool, 22

Ducklington, 2021

Dudley, Sir And., 15

Dugdale, Sir Wm., 100, 1045, 125

Dunchurch (Warws.), 88, 178

Dune, Rog. de la, 60

Dunheved, Christine de, see Butler; John de (fl. 1242), 88; John de (fl. 1299), 142; John (fl. after 1299), 142

Durel, And., 80

Durham College, Oxford, 156

Dury, Jonathan, 41; fam., 41

Dutch clover, 181

Dyde, John, Rector of Wigginton, 1667

Dynham, Eliz., m. Sir John Sapcote, 126; Joan, m. John la Zouche, Ld. Zouche, 126; John, Ld. Dynham, 126; Sir John, and his w. Joan, 126; Kath., m. Sir Thos. Arundell, 126; fam., 126

E

Eadburga (O.E. personal name), 6

Eadburga of Aylesbury, St., 6, 30

Eadmer (fl. c. 950), 18 n

Ealing (Mdx.), Gunnersbury in, 47

Eardley-Twisleton-Fiennes, see Twisleton, Gregory

Earl Marshal, see Marshall, Wm.

Eastbury House, see Tarrant Gunville

Eaton, see Appleton

Eburton, Alice, 72; John, 166; Ric., 72; Thos., 72; fam., 72

Eddoes, John, Rector of Broughton, 98

Eden, Jas., 160

Edgcott (Northants.), 127

Edgehill (Warws.), 123, 131, 139; battle of, 92, 167, 172

Edith, Queen, w. of Edward the Confessor, 125

Edmond, Hen., 19

Edolf, Sim., 16; Thos., 1516

Education, Board of, 139

Edward I, 5960, 8788; Marg., w. of, see Margaret

Edward II, 19, 59; Isabel, w. of, see Isabel

Edward III, 30, 59, 72

Edward VI, 127

Edward the Confessor, 14; Edith, w. of, see Edith

Edward the Elder, 55

Edward, Prince of Wales (the Black Prince), 52

Edwards, John, 136 n

Edwin, Earl of Mercia, 1, 16, 5859, 65

Edwy, King, 151

Edyngson, John, curate of Milcombe, 78

Egerton, P. R., curate of Deddington, 57

Egypt, campaign in (1884), 92

Eleanor, Queen, w. of Henry III, 59, 66, 71

Elizabeth I, 32, 91, 114, 116

Elkins, Wm., 96

Elsfield, 184

Elton, Godfrey, Ld. Elton, 10, 16

Elton (Hunts.), 126

Ely, Bp. of, see Cox, Ric.

Emberlin, Wm., 96

emigration, 84, 92

Emscote, see Milverton

England, Kings and Queens of, see Charles I; Charles II; Edith; Edward I; Edward II; Edward III; Edward VI; Edward the Confessor; Edward the Elder; Edwy; Eleanor; Elizabeth I; George IV; Henrietta Maria; Henry I; Henry II; Henry III; Henry VII; Henry VIII; Isabel; James I; John; Margaret; Maud; Richard II; William I; William II

engravers, see artists, designers, and engravers

entry fines, 22, 25, 27, 6869, 107, 1289, 145, 154, 181

epidemics, see pest-houses; plague; smallpox

Epwell, 3, 17, 45 n, 47

Erith (Kent), Belvedere House, 91

Essex, Earl of, see Devereux, Rob.

Esthall, Ela de, w. of Wm. (? same as Sor, Ela), 1412; Wm. de, 1412; fam., 143

Eton College (Bucks.), 56, 62, 70, 72 75, 78, 83, 85, 166

Eugenius III, pope, 152

Evans, D. L., 80

Evesham, John of, 16

Evesham (Worcs.), battle of, 105

Evreux, Count of, 65, 72; and see Simon; William

Ewelme honor, see Wallingford

Exposition of the Ten Commandments, 109

Eynsham Abbey, 31, 6163, 66, 7273, 79; Abbot of, 60, and see Robert; Walter

F

fair, see Drayton

Fairfax, Sir Thos., 87; Ursula, m. Wm. Cartwright (d. by 1683), 56, 62, 74, 78

Fairleigh Dickinson University, see New Jersey

Fane, Eliz., m. Sir John Cope (d. 1638), 11516; Francis, Earl of Westmorland, 116; Sarah Sophia, m. Geo. Villiers, Earl of Jersey (d. 1859), 47, 147

Fardon, fam., 101

Farebrother, Eliz., see Payne; , 156

Farthinge, John, 65

Faulkner, Job, 82

'Felelia' (in Wychwood forest), chap. at, 72, 79

Fermor, Ric., 21; fam., 12 n, 21 n, 91

Ffoulkes, E. S., Rector of Wigginton, 168

Field, J. E., 9

fields, open, see open fields and inclosure

Fiennes, Cecily, Baroness Saye and Sele, 20; Celia, 6, 91, 98, 173; Christabella, Vctss. Saye and Sele, 102; Edw., Ld. Saye and Sele, 58, 88, 93, 100; Eliz., w. of Ric. (d. 1501), m. 2 Wm. West, 60, 88, 93; Eliz., m. John Twisleton, 89; Eliz., w. of Wm. (d. 1662), 88, 100; Hen., Ld. Saye and Sele, 88 n; Jas., Vct. Saye and Sele, 89, 9192, 100; Col. John, 106, 115; Lawr., Vct. Saye and Sele, 20, 89, 97, 100, 106; Marg., see Wykeham; Marg., w. of Edw. (d. 1528), 88; Nat. (fl. 1640), 92, 98; Nat. (d. 1710), Vct. Saye and Sele, 14, 89; Ric. (d. 1501), Ld. Saye and Sele, 60, 88; Ric. (d. 1573), Ld. Saye and Sele, 60, 68, 72, 8889, 91, 107; Sir Ric. (d. 1612/13), Ld. Saye and Sele, 16, 60, 69, 72, 8889, 91, 9394; Ric. (d. 1781), Vct. Saye and Sele, 20, 106; Susanna, 106; Sir Wm. (d. 1471), Ld. Saye and Sele, 60, 88; Wm. (fl. 1501), 125 n; Wm. (d. 1662), Vct. Saye and Sele, 16, 39, 63, 8889, 9192, 98, 101, 106, 127, 147, 158; Wm. (d. 1696), Ld. Saye and Sele, 86, 89, 94, 97; fam., 1, 4, 56, 58, 63, 68, 71, 87, 9298, 100, 108; and see Twisleton, Gregory; Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes

Fiennes-Trotman, fam., 95

Fifield (Fifield Merrymouth), 17

fire, damage by, 103, 124, 140, 171

Fisher, Agnes, m. Oliver, Baron St. John of Bletsoe, 47; Marg., see Frowicke; Sir Mic., 47

fishmonger, 71

fishponds, see Alkerton; Hanwell; Horley and Hornton; Shenington

Fitzalan, John, 21

Fitz Alexander, Race, 60, 73; his w. Maud, 73; Rob., 73

Fitz Count, Brian, and his w. Maud, 178

Fitz Geoffrey, Maud, see Lucy; Ralph, 46

Fitz Ralph, Rog., 62

Fitz Reinfrid, Hugh, 178; Ric., 45, 177

FitzGerald, Gerald, Earl of Kildare, 142; Hen., 142; Sir Jas., 142; Sir Thos., 142

FitzHamon, Rob., 140

FitzWilliam, Anne, see Sapcote; Sir Wm., 126; fam., 126

Fitzwyth, Eliz., 161; Guy, 161; Joan, m. Sir John de Beauchamp (d. 1388), 161; John, 161; Rob. (d. 1316), and his w. Eliz., 161; Rob. (fl. 1346), 161; Rob. (d. 1362), and his w. Joan, 161; , Rector of Wigginton, 167; fam., 161, 165

Flambard, Elias, 132; Ranulf, 127, 132

flax, 95, 165

Flaxman, John, 185

Fletcher, Thos., 75

Flore, Ralph de, 63

Foliot, Marg., m. Wischard Ledet (d. 1221), 175; Margery, see Reinbeudcurt; Ric., 175; Rob., 175

Fontainebleau (Seine et Marne, France), Galerie Francois I at, 91

food renders, 24

football, 58

fords, see Barford St. John; Broughton; Horley and Hornton; Tadmarton

Foun, Hen. le, 46, 141; Isabel le, see Walton

Fox, Eliz., m. Wm. Bustard, 15; Hen., 186, 188; John (d. 1593), 106; John (d. 1613), 138

fox-hunting, 5, and see Warwickshire Hunt

France, King of, see Philip IV

franchises, see bread and ale; frankpledge; free warren; gallows; infangenetheof; outfangenetheof; waif

Francillon, Francis, 20

Franklin, Rob., 38, 186

Franklin & Hopcraft, 36

frankpledge, view of, 2122, 107, 126, 128, 143, 178

Frederick, Prince of Wales (d. 1751), 173

free warren, 8788, 105 n, 1267, 141 n, 176

Freeman, Dr. Geo., Rector of Steeple Aston, 62

French, John (fl. 1627), 138; John (fl. 1644, ? same as last), 87; John (s. of last), 87; Sam., 94

frescoes, see wall-paintings

Friends, see Quakers

'frithsilver', 143; and see certainty money

Fritwell, Miles of, 46

Frowicke, Sir Hen., 47; Joan, see Danvers; Marg., m. Sir Mic. Fisher, 47

fruiterers, 131

Fuller, Agnes, 29 n; Thos., 114; Wm., 71 n

fulling-mills, 71, 8586, 9596, 150, 154

Furnival, Christine de, see Ledet; Gerard de, 175

Fyfeld, Thos., 17

Fyfield (Berks.), 176

G

Gabell, Thos., 62, 78

gafol, 152

Gale, Morant, 140

gallows, 21, 63

Gamock, Wm., 14

Gardener (Gardner), Hen., 186; Jas. (fl. 1796), 20; Jas. (fl. 1818), 20; Thos. (fl. 1601), 15; Thos. (fl. 1608, ? same as last), 142; Wm. (fl. 1669), 39; Wm. (fl. 1808), 128; Wm. (fl. c. 1818), 27; Wm. (fl. 1851), 187

gardeners, see landscape gardeners

Garner, , 52

Garsington, 152

Garway, Sir Thos., 56, 60

Gascoigne, Edw., 71; John, 84; fam., 80

Gauthern, John, 96

Geoffrey, Vicar of Adderbury, 31

George IV, 158

Gepp, Hen., Vicar of Adderbury, 33 34, 36

Gerard, Mary, m. Sir Ant. Cope (d. 1675), 106, 109, 114, 116, 118

Gestus Eucharisticus, 120

Geyser, John, 166

Gibbs, Jas., 9; L.C.M., 158

Gibraltar, Bp. of, see Buxton, H. J.

Gibson, John, 1723

Giffard, Godfrey, Bp. of Worcester, 46; Wal. (d. 1102), Earl of Buckingham, 19; Wal. (d. 1164), Earl of Buckingham, 19; Wal. (fl. 1271), Abp. of York, 46; Wm., Bp. of Winchester, 31

Giffard, honor of, 19

Gilbert son of Robert (fl. 13th cent.), Rector of Wigginton, 167

Gilbert (fl. 1086), 87

Gilbert, Master Rob., Prebendary of Sutton-cum-Buckingham, Bp. of London, 133, 136

Giles, Ric., 138; Thos., 164; fam., 138

Gilkes, Ric. (fl. 1678), 29; Ric. (d. 1787), 29; Thos., 82; Wm., 161; fam., 40

Gill, Ric., 43; Thos., curate of Hanwell, 1201

Gladwin, H. F., 91

glass, ancient, painted, or stained, 32, 7778, 100, 121, 1367, 169, 184; glass-painters, see Bowers & Westlake; Burlison & Grylls; Clayton & Bell; Jones & Willis; Kempe, C. E.; Morris and Co.; Powell & Sons; Van Linge bros.; Ward and Hughes; Willement, Thos.

Glaze, Wm., 122

Gledston, Rog., Rector of Broughton, 97

gliding club, 139

Gloucester, Earls of, see Audley, Hugh de; Clare, Gil. de; Clare, Ric. de; Robert; honor of, 1401

Gloucester, 14; Archdeacon of, see Parsons, Rob.; Bp. of, 149; diocese of, 147

Gloucestershire, 44, 1401; breed of sheep, 70

gloving, 165, 183

Godstow Abbey, 62, 66, 7274, 7879, 166; Abbess of, 66, 7273, and see Beauchamp, Maud; chant. in, 105

Godwin, Thos., Vicar of Bloxham, 78

go-karting, 139

golf, 150, 156

Goode, John, 137 n

Goodwin, Ann, m. Osborn, 141; Bret, 45 n; John (fl. 1637), 1412; John (d. 1727), 137, 145; John (fl. 1729), 141, 145; Mary (d. 1666/7), 149; Mary (d. 1736), m. Zouche, 137; Mary, w. of John (d. 1727), 137; Ric. (d. 1637), 141; Ric. (d. 1650), 45; Ric. (fl. 1653), 63; Ric. (fl. 1686), 141; Steph., Vicar of Horley and Hornton, 133; Thos. (d. 1531), 45; Thos. (d. 1581), 45; Wm., 63; fam., 14, 45, 63, 133, 140, 142, 145, 147

Gordon Lennox, Ld. Algernon, 91 92; Blanche, 92

Gorges, Marg. de, see Brion; Ralph de, 18

Gould, fam., 57

Goylyn, Marg., m. John Docwra, 21

Grafton, fam., 101

Grafton Manor (Worcs.), 141

Great Western Railway, 5, 171

Green, Mary, 43

greens, village, 6, 1112, 13, 22, 44, 55, 58, 86, 107, 112, 122, 140, 173

Greenwich, Baroness of, see Campbell, Caroline

Greenwich, Duke of, see Campbell, John (d. 1743); Campbell, John (d. 1770)

Grelley, Christine de, see Ledet; Thos. de, 175

Greville, Ann, 106; Sir Edw. (d. 1528/9), 18, 106; Sir Edw. (d. 1559/60), 106; John (d. 1441), 111 n; Sir John (d. 1548), 106; Sir Lewis (d. 1438), 103, 1056, 111, 126; Lewis (fl. 1565), 103, 1067; Marg., see Arden; Ralph, 106; Ric., 103; Wm. (fl. 14th cent.), 106; Wm. (d. 1440), 106, 111, 126; (fl. 1540), ? same as Sir John (d. 1548), 103, 106; fam., 47, 103, 108, 111

Grey, Rob. de, 177; Wal. de, Abp. of York, 177; Wal. de (nephew of last), 177

Griffith, John (d. 1632), 56, 78; John (d. 1662), 56, 60; Marg., 56, 60; Ric., 60; Wm., 60

Grimstead, West (Wilts.), Rector of, see Brion, Ric. de

grocers, 71, 131, 147, 165

Grosmont, Hen. of, Duke of Lancaster, 87

Grosseteste, Rob., Bp. of Lincoln, 49, 74

Guernsey, 167

Guilford, Lds., 176, 182, 185; and see North, Francis (d. 1685); North, Francis (d. 1729)

Guilford, Earls of, 176, 187; and see North, Francis (d. 1790); North, Francis (d. 1817); North, Fred. (d. 1792); North, Geo. Aug.

Guise, Alice, see Pauncefoot (? or Wysham); John (fl. before 1518), 162; John (fl. 1518, 1539), 162

Gunn, Wm., 122

Gunnersbury, see Ealing

Gurdon, Ellen, 85

Guy (d. by 1268), 161; his w. Iseult, 161

Gwyn, Nell, 5 n

H

Hagford, Joan, m. Humph. Beaufeu, 20; John, 20

Hagley, Edm. (d. c. 1322), 17; Edm. (fl. 1332), 17; Hen. (fl. 1285), 17; Hen. (d. 1365), 17; Hen. (fl. 1409), and his w. Alice, 17; Isabel, 17; Kath., 17; Lucy, see Linguire; Maud, w. of Wm., m. 2 Humph. Hay, 17; Thos., 17; Wm., 17; fam., 17 n

Hagley (Worcs.), 17

Haines, fam., 117

Hakes, fam., 40

Haldon, Ld., see Palk, Lawr.

Hale, Thos., 154

Halford, Wm., 40

Hall (Halle), Alice, m. Sir Ric. Harcourt, 62; Ant., 61 n; Edm., 6162; Eliz., m. Laur. Woodhull, 61; Humph., 1634; John atte (fl. 1323), 21, 177; (or Adderbury), John atte (fl. 1405), 15, 21, 25; John (fl. 1515), 62; John (fl. 1796), 164; Ric., 164; Thos. atte (fl. 1446), 21; Thos. (fl. before 1603), 43, 84; Wal. atte (fl. 1310), 12; Wal. atte (fl. 1373), 21; Wal. atte (fl. before 1387, ? same as last), 21; Wm., 1645; fam., 161, 164

Halmshaw & Sons, 185

Halse, Grace, see Willingham; Rob., 61

Ham, West (Essex), Stratford in, 61 n

Hambleden (Bucks.), 17

Hampden, John, 92

Hampshire, 62

Hampton Poyle, 34 n

Hamstall Ridware (Staffs.), 105

Hana (O.E. personal name), 112

Hancorne, Wm., 29

Handborough, John of, 59

Handel, Geo. Fred., composer, 136

Haneswell, Elias le, 62 n; Wm. le, 62 n

Hanley, Rob., Vicar of Wroxton, 184

Hanwell, 3, 105, 109, 11223, 189; adv., 115 n, 118; agric., 11718; chap., 113; char., 122; ch., 34 n, 52, 112, 11415, 115, 11822, 134; curates of, 120, and see Gill, Thos.; Wheler, Jonas; dom. arch., 113; farms, 11718; fields, 11718; fishponds, 112, 114; glebe, 11819; green, 112; Hanwell Castle, 1, 7, 11215, 114; inc., 117, 123; ind., 118; inn, 113; man., 11516, 118 n, 127; man.-ho., see Hanwell, Hanwell Castle; military incident, 115, 120, 121 n; Mill Hill, 118; mills, 11213, 11718, 128; named as address, 50 n, 62, 106, 108, 132 n; nonconf., 120, 122; par. officers, 116, 119, 123; pk., 114; poor-relief, 11617; pop., 112; Rectors of, 117 20, 122, and see Andrew, Master Wm.; Arden, Gil. de; Ashwell, Geo.; Danvers, John (fl. 1390); Dod, John; Harris, Rob.; Harris, Wal.; Jenkinson, Dr. Jas.; Lloyd, Wm.; Loggan, John; Pearse, Vincent; Pitt, L. K.; Potter, Fitzherbert; Vernon, Ralph de; Vernon, Rob. de; Wyatt, Wm.; rectory, 117 19; rectory-ho., 11315, 11920; roads, 112; Rom. rem., 112; sch., 113, 120, 1223; tithes, 11819; woodland, 114; workhouse, 116

Harcourt, Alice, see Hall; Sir Ric., 62, 88

Harding, Mic., 1378; , 96 n

Hardwick, see Banbury

Hareng, Eloise, see Wadard; Walkelin, 46;,46

Harmony of the Evangelists, 110

Harper, Miss E. M., 78

Harris, Chas., 29; Dorothea, w. of Wal., Rector of Hanwell, 121; Jos., 81; Rob., Rector of Hanwell, President of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 109 10, 11920; Thos., 81; Wal., Rector of Hanwell, 1201; Wm. (fl. 1770), 82; (? same as) Wm. (fl. 1775), 81; (? same as) Wm. (d. 1792), 81

Harrison, Ann, 43; Hen., 156; Rob., Rector of Broughton and Tadmarton, 97, 100, 153, 157; Thos., and his w. Eleanor, 156; Wm., 146

Hart, Canon A. J. S., Rector of Wigginton, curate of Barford St. Michael with Barford St. John, 168

Hartley, Ric. (fl. 18th cent.), 153; Ric. (fl. 1833), 42; Wm., and his w. Mary, 82

Hasting, Joan, m. 1 John de Salisbury, 2 Rustin de Villeneuve, 3 Roger of Swynnerton, 1412; Sir John (d. by 1359), 141; Sir John (d. 1362), 141 2; Maud (fl. early 14th cent.), see Walton; Maud (fl. late 14th cent.), m. Ralph of Stafford, 141; Sir Thos., 46, 141, 142 n

Hawarden (Flints.), 98; Rector of, see Percival, Beaumont

Hawkins, Thos., 141; Wm., and his w. Kath., 141

Hawten, Edw. (fl. 16th cent.), 61; Edw. (fl. 1828), 153; John, 61 n; Margery, see Croker; Thos., 61; fam., 61

Hawtrey, Alex., 13

Hay, Humph., 17; Maud, see Hagley

Hayward, Thos., Warden of New College, Oxf., 27, 32; Dr. Wm., 28

Hazelford, Thos., 95

Hazelwood, Jas., 117

Headington, Adam of, 63; John of, 63; Osbert of, 63; Ralph of, 63; Ric. of, 63; Wm. of, 63

Headington, 59, 63

Heaven, Chas., Vicar of Horley and Hornton, 134

hemp, 165

Hempton, see Deddington

henbane, 28

Henley-on-Thames, 46, 61, 141

Henrietta Maria, Queen, w. of Charles I, 172

Henry I, 127, 132, 166

Henry II, 59, 62, 72, 152, 175

Henry III, 16, 30, 49, 5960, 1045, 152; Eleanor, w. of, see Eleanor

Henry VII, 113

Henry VIII, 6061, 127, 162, 178

Henry, Earl of Warwick, 104

Henry the Sixth, 96

Herbert, Geo., 29; Thos., 43; , f. of Geo., 29

herbs, 28

Herefordshire, 116

heriot, 22, 25, 69, 107, 1289, 145, 154, 178, 181

Hertford, Earls of, see Clare, Gil. de; Clare, Ric. de

Heuse, see Hussee

Hewett, J. W., curate of Bloxham, 57, 75

Heydon, Ric., 1516, 20

Heyford, Upper, Rector of, see Dalby, Wm. (fl. before 1603)

Hicks, Thos., 125, 129

Hindlip (Worcs.), Offerton in, 46 n

Hingham, Wal. s. of, see Walter son of Hingham

Historic Buildings Council, 91

Hitchcock (Hitchcox), John., 124; Wm., 185; fam., 71

Hochens, Edm., 162; and see Hutchings

Hodgson, Jas., Vicar of Bloxham, 75, 78

Holbech, Ambrose (d. 1662), 152, 162; Ambrose (d. 1701), 162, 166

Holcombe, Tristram, 142

Holcot, Fulk of, and his w. Agnes, 19; John of (fl. 1242), 19; John of (d. by 1284), 19; John of (d. c. 1316), 19; John of (d. by 1428), 19; John of (s. of last), 19; John of (d. 1482), 19; Ric. of (d. c. 1465), 19; Ric. of (d. 1503), 1920; Sir Wm. of (fl. 1316), 19 n; Wm. of (fl. 1573), 20; fam., 19

Holcot (Northants.), 19

Holland, John, Ld. Holland, 92; John of, 59; Marg. of, 59

Holloway, Gamaliel, Rector of Wigginton, and of Kislingsbury (Northants.), 167; Joan, 167 n; Thos., Rector (formerly curate) of Wigginton, 167; fam., 67, 167

Holt (Worcs.), 161

Holton, 18

Hookins, Phil., Vicar of Milcombe, 79

Hopper, Eliz., 46; John (fl. 1619), 46; John (fl. 1719), 46; Rob., 46, 141; Thos. (d. 1573), 46; Thos. (d. 1596), 46; Thos. (d. 1618), 46; Tim., 46, 48; fam., 46, 141

hops, 28, 95, 181

Horley and Hornton, 12339, 189; adv., 132; agric., 12932; bridge, 123; Bush Hill, 123, 129; chaplains of, 133; char., 139; ch., frontispiece, 121, 1235, 1327, 135, 136, 150; ct., 1289; curates of, 123, 1324, 136, 138, 184, and see Jones, Jos.; dom. arch., 1235; farms, 1301; fields, 12930; fire at, 124; fishponds, 123; ford, 123; glebe, 129, 1324; Horley, 1, 34, 10, 102, 111 n, 112, 122 n, 12339, 137, 189; Horley Brook, 123; Hornton, 1, 34, 12339, 137, 189; Hornton Stone, 5, 52, 76, 121, 123, 131, 134; inc., 130; ind., 1312; inns, 123, 125, 137; man., 47, 123, 1259, 132, 142; man.-hos., 1236, 128, 134, 137; mills, 123, 129, 132; nonconf., 122, 124, 1334, 137, 139; par. officers, 128, 1334; poor-relief, 1289; pop., 1234, 129; prebendalho., 133; prebendaries, see Suttoncum-Buckingham; Rectors of, 135, and see Sutton-cum-Buckingham, prebendaries of; rectory, 132; roads, 123; sch., 122, 124, 1379; tithes, 130, 132, 137; vicarage, 120, 1323; vicarage-ho., 123, 1324; Vicars of, 130, 1323, 1359, and see Buxton, H. J.; Caunton, David Clarson, John; Clarson, Thos. Dechair, John; Goodwin, Steph.; Heaven, Chas., Pinwell, W. J.; Richard, Hugh ap; Seymour, Sir John Hobart; woodland, 129

Horley and Hornton, Peculiar of, 133

Horne, Jane, m. Ant. Bustard, 15, 36

Hornton, see Horley and Hornton

horse-mill, 72

horse-racing, see Banbury, races

Hosford, Dr. J. S., 61 n; Selina, 61

Howard, Thos., 152

Huckle, Hawtrey, 38; Rob., 80 n; Wm., 69; fam., 38, 80

Huggins, Wm., 84

Hugh the miller, 29

Hughes, Edw. (fl. 1735), Rector of Shenington, 148; Edw. (fl. 1801), Rector of Shenington, 148; Rob. Edw. (d. 1846), Rector of Alkerton, of Broughton, and of Shenington, 1489; Rob. Edw. (d. 1869), Rector of Alkerton and of Shenington, 148; Rog., Rector of Shenington, 148; Sophia, 53

Huguenot, see Durel, And.

Humber, fam., 56

Humfreys, Ric., 164

Hunt, John, 85

Huse, see Hussee

Husney, Madame, 56

Hussee (Huse, Heuse), Hen., and his w. Margery, 141; Margery, w. of Mark, see Verdun; Mark, 125; fam., 125

Hutchings, John, 96; and see Hochens

Hutton, Mic. (fl. 1689), 96; Mic. (d. 1716, ? same as last), 96; Nat., 96

Hutton Bardolf (Yorks., N. R.), 125

Hyde, Edw., Earl of Clarendon, 92, 98; Finetta, 176 n

Hyll, Thos., 114

I

Ickford (Bucks.), 45; Draycott in, 45

Incent, John, Rector of Tadmarton, 157

inclosure, see open fields and inclosure

Independents, 11, 3941, 81, 1012, 120, 137, 149, 187; 'Calvinistic Baptist Independents', 81

India, missionaries in, 110

industry, trade, and professions, see apothecary; architects; artists; bakers; bankers; basket-making; bellfounders; blacksmiths; brick-making; building trades; butcher; cabinet-making; carpet-weaving; chemist; church furnishers; clock- and watch-manufacture; coal merchants; cork-seller; drug manufacture; fishmonger; fruiterer; fulling-mills; glass, glass-painters; gloving; grocers; ironstone mining; kiln-houses; land agent; landscape gardeners; machine-maker; maltsters; manuremanufacture; milliners; mills; organ-builders; paper-mills; physician; prefabricated concrete structures; pre-packaging; painting; quarrying; rope-maker; saddler; saw-mills; sculptor; shoemakers; solicitors; steel; stocking-weaving; surgeons; surveyor; textile trades; timber trade; violin-making; wheelwrights; windmills

infangenetheof, 107

Inglesham, John de, 60; Master Rob. de, Archdeacon of Surrey, ? Archdeacon of Berkshire, 60

Ingram, Ric., Rector of Shenington, 148 n; , 80

Ingulf, Abbot of Abingdon, 152

instruments, punitive, see duckingstool; pillory; stocks; whippingpost

Irby, Christian, see Methuen, Christian (fl. 1791); Fred., Ld. Boston, 16.

Ireland, Justiciar of, see St. Amand, Amaury de (d. 1381); ordination in, 74

ironstone mining, 1, 5, 29, 71, 103, 131, 151, 183; and see Bloxham and Whiston Iron Co.; Claycross Coal and Iron Co.; Oxfordshire Ironstone Co.

Isabel, Queen, w. of Edward II, 59

J

Jakeman (Jackman), Chris., 43; Elias, 104; Rog., 96; Thos., 26;, Rector of Wigginton, 104; fam., 26

James I, 9192, 114, 127, 132, 172

Jarrett, John, 137; Jos., 137; Steph., 137; fam., 137

Jellyman, Mat., 71

Jenkinson, Cath., see Cope; Chas., Earl of Liverpool, 116; Dr. Jas., Rector of Drayton and of Hanwell, 112, 122

Jersey, Earls of, 49, and see ChildVilliers, Victor; Villiers, Geo.

Jersey, Dean of, see Payn, Francis

Jesus College, Oxford, 1667

Jevans, Jos., 41, 80

Jews, 45

Job, fam., 56

John, King, 45, 176; as Prince John, 1401

John, Abbot of Abingdon, 178 n

John (fl. early 15th cent.), 35

Johnson, Rob., 132 n

Jones, Eliz., 111; Emmanuel, 111; John, 96; Jos., curate of Horley and Hornton, 133

Jones & Willis, 149

Jorns, Ric., 18; Ric. Wm., 18; Wm. (fl. before 1824), 18; Wm. (fl. 1824, 1866), 18

Joyner, Martin, Vicar of Adderbury, 32

K

Keen, John, Rector of Tadmarton, 157

Kempe, C. E., 78, 100

Kendal, Phil., 84

Kent, Wybert of, Rector of Adderbury, 3132

Kersey, John, 14

Key, Eliz., m. Sir John Thornycroft (d. 1725), 63, 78; Jos., 63; Josiah, 63, 78

Keyte, John, 147

Kidderminster, Baron of, see Beauchamp, Sir John de (d. 1388)

Kildare, Earl of, see FitzGerald, Gerald

kiln-houses, 22, 183

Kimberley, J. S., 158

Kinch, Nat., 12930, 137

Kineton hund. (Warws.), 3

King, Geo., 96; Lady Sophia, 162; fam., 40

Kirtling (Cambs.), 172; Rom. Cath. ch. at, 172

Kirtlington, 2021

Kislingbury (Northants.), Rector of, see Holloway, Gamaliel

knight (as Domesday tenant), 163

Knight, Hannah, 86, 98; John, Vicar of Banbury, Rector of Broughton, 86, 9798, 100; Wm., 13

Knolles, Alice, 16; John, 16

L

Lacock Abbey (Wilts.), 91

Ladbrooke, Sir John of, 46

lageman, Turgot the, see Turgot the lageman

Lamb, Wm., 40 n

Lamley, Wm., 81

Lampet, Capt. W. L., 151; fam., 151

Lancaster, Earl of, see Lancaster, Thos. of

Lancaster, John, Vicar of Bloxham, ? Bp. of Waterford, 74; Rob., 109, 120; Thos. of, Earl of Lancaster, 87, 97

Lancaster, Duchy of, 87; Duke of, see Grosmont, Hen. of

land agent, 29

landscape gardeners, see Bobart, Tilleman; Bobart, fam.; Brown, Lancelot

Langrich, Thos., and his w. Joan, 62

Langston, John, 126

Larnach, J. W., 6, 9

Latimer, Christine, see Christine; Thos., and his w. Laura, 175; Sir Wm., 175

Laud, Wm., Abp. of Canterbury, 50

Laurence, Archdeacon of York, 19

Lavender, Ric., Prebendary of Suttoncum-Buckingham, 133

Lawley, fam., 118

Lazore, see Sor

Lea, see Swalcliffe

Leamington Hastings (Warws.), 46, 1412

Lechlade, Rob. of, Rector of Shenington, 148

Ledet, Christine (d. 1271), m. 1 Hen. de Braybrooke, 2 Gerard de Furnival, 3 Thos. de Grelley, 175; Marg., see Foliot; Wischard (d. 1221), 175; Wischard (d. 1241/2), 175

Ledwell, see Wootton

Lee, Edw. Hen., Earl of Lichfield, 15; Geo., Earl of Lichfield, 147; Ric., 100; fam., 147

Leicester, John of, 16, 29

Leicester, 156

Leicestershire, breed of sheep, 70

Leigh, Peter of, 59

Leigh, North, 152

Leland, John, 1, 89, 103, 1056, 113

Lely, Sir Peter, 56

Lenveysey, fam., 21

Leofwine, see Lewin

L'Espalt, Wal. de, 59

Lestrange, Anne, 46; Sir John (d. 1309), Ld. Strange of Knockin, 46, 141; John (fl. 1376), 46; Marg., 46; Maud, see Walton; Rog., 46; Thos., 46; fam., 46, 141

Leuke, Rob., 177; Rog., 177; Wm. (fl. 1206), 177; Wm. (fl. 1241), 177; Wm. (fl. 1306), 177; fam., 177

Leveson-Gower, Geo. Granville, 91

Levric (fl. 11th cent.), 161

Lewin (Leofwine), 115

Lewis, Edw., Rector of Waterstock, 98 n

Lexington, Hen., Bp. of Lincoln, 47, 126, 142; John, 126; Rob., 126

leys farming, 1, 26, 48, 68, 107, 117, 129, 1456, 1545, 164, 167, 179, 1812

libraries, 33, 36, 42, 102; and see Oxford, Radcliffe Library

Lichfield, Earls of, 147 n; and see Lee, Edw. Hen.; Lee, Geo.

Light, Chris. (d. 1546), 126, 129; Chris. (d. 1584), and his w. Marg., 126; Ric., 123, 1268 n, 132 n; fam., 126

Lincoln, 87; Archdeacon of, 72; Bps. of, 72, 79, 109, 127, 133, 183, and see Grosseteste, Rob.; Lexington, Hen.; Longland, John; Wells, Hugh of; diocese of, Chancellor, see Oldys, Wm.

Lincoln Cathedral, Dean and Chapter of, 1323; prebend in, 127, 132

Lincoln College, Oxford, Fellow of, 98

Lincolnshire, 87, 126 n; Sheriff of, see Osbert

Lindsey, Earl of, see Bertie, Rob.

Linguire, Hen. de, 17; Lucy de, m. Hen. Hagley (fl. 1285), 17; Oliver de, 17; Rob. de, 17; Rog. de, 17; Wm. de, 17; fam., 17n

Liverpool, Earl of, see Jenkinson, Chas.

Lives, 184

Llandaff, Bp. of, see Beau, Wm.

Lloyd, Geo., 19; Noah, 19; Susan, m. Sir Wm. Cobb, 19; Wal., 19; Wm., Rector of Drayton and of Hanwell, 110

Lodge, Thos., Rector of Drayton, 11011

Loggan, David, 120; John, Rector of Hanwell, 120

London, John, Vicar of Adderbury, Warden of New College, Oxf., 16, 32; Ralph, 16

London, 120, 124, 188; Clock-makers' Company of, 29; the Fleet, 92; Masons' Company of, 140; M.P. for, 47; merchants of, 12, and see Garway, Sir Thos.; Middle Temple, 72; named as address, 1718, 27, 29, 36, 44, 47, 61, 63, 72, 78, 81, 127, 14950, 1589, 1689; roads to, 85, 171; Recorder of, see Danvers, Sir Rob.; and see Westminster; Westminster Abbey

London, Bp. of, see Gilbert, Master Rob.

London Committee (Civil War), 98

Long, Mary, 95

Longchamp, Osbert, and his w. Aveline, 19

Longland, John, Bp. of Lincoln, 127

Longleat (Wilts.), 91

lord's men, duty of rescuing, 25

Lostock (Lancs.), 115

lot-meadows, 48, 117, 119 n, 1456, 155, 164, 179, 181

Lovell, John, 69; Ric., 81 n; Thos., curate (later Vicar) of Bloxham, 74

Lucas, Edw. (d. c. 1661), 181; Edw. (d. c. 1681), 181; John, 181; Jos., 181;, 183; fam., 181, 183

lucerne, 108

Lucy (Luci), Maud de, m. Ralph Fitz Geoffrey, 46; Ric. de, 59

Ludford, John of, 18; Rob. of, 18; Wm. of, 18

Luke, Sir Sam., 12 n; fam., 12 n

Lusignan, Guy de, 115

Lydiat, Chris. (d. c. 1612), 4445, 47, 50; Ric., 44, 4748; Thos., Rector of Alkerton, 45, 50, 52; Tim., Rector of Alkerton, 50; , 48; fam., 44

Lynde, Thos., 16

Lyons, Maud de, see Tew; Ric. de, 19; Rog. de, 19

Lysle, Geo., 1478

Lytcott, Dame Anne, 79

M

machine-maker, 29

Madsey, Ric., 72

Magdalen College, Oxford, 20, 30, 63; Fellow of, 120

Maidstone, Edm. of, Rector of Adderbury, 30; Rob. of, Rector of Adderbury, 30, 32

Malbone, Hamlet, Rector of Wigginton, 167

Mallins (Malyns), Sir Reynold de, 105; , 96 n

maltsters, 30, 71, 95, 139, 147

Mandeville (Maulai), Arnold (Arnulf) de, 16; Geof. de, 140; Wal. de, 46; , see Doyley

mangolds, 70, 146, 165

manure-manufacture, artificial, 96; bone, 9596

March, Earl of, see Mortimer, Rog.

Marcy, John, Rector of Broughton, 100

Margaret, Ctss. of Warwick, m. John de Plescy, 161

Margaret, Queen, w. of Edward I, 56, 59

Markes, Doyley, 17; Eliz., see Doyley; Ric., 17; Wm., 17; fam., 18

markets, see Adderbury; Banbury; Camden, Chipping; Deddington; Oxford

Marlborough, Duke of, see Churchill, John

Marlborough trophy, 125

Marmion, Shakerley, 16

Marriot, Rob., 72

Marsh, Adam, 74

Marshall, Anselm, 19; Isabel, see Clare; Thos., 17; Wal., Earl of Pembroke, 19; Wm., Earl of Pembroke, Earl Marshal, 19, 45

Marwell, Hen., Bp. of Winchester, 21

Mason, John (fl. 1436); Sir John (fl. 1554), 127, 132 n

Mategrey, Wm. de, 71

Matthew, John, 17; Rog., Vicar of Bloxham, 74, 84

Maud, Empress, 59

Maud, Queen, w. of William I, 140

Maulai, see Mandeville

Maule, John (d. 1616), 26; John (d. 1680), 26; Thos., 26; (fl. 17th cent.), sr., 40; (fl. 17th cent.), jr., 40; (fl. 1766), 40; fam., 26

Maulon, Eustacia de, m. Thos. Arden (d. by 1229), 1045; Savari de, 104

Mercia, King of, see Penda; Earls of, 55; and see Edwin; Bp. of, see Chad, St.

Meri, Ric. de, 20

Merton, 17

Merton Priory (Surr.), 62; Prior of, 62, 72

Merynge, Jas., 15, 58, 72

messages, service of carrying, 25

Metamorphoses, 91

Metcalfe, Edw., 124, 1278, 130; Eliz., 104, 111, 128; Mary, 112; fam., 104

Methodists, 6, 13, 41, 52, 5657, 82, 98, 101, 111, 120, 122, 124, 137, 139, 151, 158, 161, 169, 173, 1867; 'Calvinistic Methodists', 186; Primitive Methodists, 41, 52, 137, 140, 149; 'Unionists', 122

Methuen, Christian (fl. 1762), see Cobb; Christian (fl. 1791), m. Fred. Irby, Ld. Boston, 16; Paul (fl. 1838), Ld. Methuen, 36; Paul (fl. late 18th cent.), 16, 18, 2728; Paul Cobb, 16; fam., 9 n, 20, 27

Meulan, Count of, see Waleran

Middleton, E. J., curate of Wroxton, 187; P. E., 11

Middleton, see Milton

Midland Association of General Baptists, 137

Milcombe, Adam of, 62 n; John of (fl. 1316), 6061; John of (fl. 1370), 61; fam., 61

Milcombe, in Bloxham, 3, 53, 58, 154, 182, 189; adv., 78; agric., 6566, 6870; bridges, 65, 84; chaplain of, 73, 78; char., 65, 8485, and see Milcombe, town estate; ch., 58, 7274, 7879, 1667; curates of, 7879, 166, and see Edyngson, John; dom. arch., 58; farms, 70; fields, 66, 68, 167; glebe, 62, 69, 167; inc., 69, 7374, 8485, 166; inn, 58; man., 6063; man.-ho. (Milcombe Hall), 58; Milcombe Heath, 74, 84; mills, 6263, 65, 7172, 166; named as address, 69, 88, 166; nonconf., 40, 58, 8082; par. officers, 6465, 78; poor-relief, 6465; pop., 55, 58, 160; roads to, 65, 84, 150, 159; sch., 58, 79, 83, 85; tithes, 62, 69, 7374, 1667; town estate, 65, 69, 84; vicarage-ho., 79; Vicars of, see Blagden, H. C.; Hookins, Phil.; village hall, 79 n, 85

military incidents, see battles and other military incidents

militia, 23, 107, 128, 143, 162, 186

miller, Hugh the, see Hugh the miller

Miller, Sanderson, 104, 173, 185

milliners, 29, 71, 147, 165; turner of hat-blocks, 29

mills, see Adderbury; Alkerton; Balscott; Barford St. John; Bodicote; Broughton; Drayton; fulling-mills; Hanwell; Horley and Hornton; horse-mill; Milcombe; paper-mills; saw-mills; Shenington; Tadmarton; Tusmore; Wigginton; windmills; Wroxton

Milne and Hall, 158

Milton (Middleton), in Adderbury, 3, 5, 13, 29, 53, 63, 73, 189; agric., 28; chap., 13, 30, 33, 36; char., see Milton, town estate; dom. arch., 13; fields, 24; inc., 26; ind., 29; inn, 13; library, 36; named as address, 14, 63; nonconf., 13, 36, 3941, 80; par. officers, 22 n; poor-relief, 23 24; pop., 13; rly. halt, 5; roads, 13; sch., 13, 41; tithe barn, 13; tithes, 3031; town estate, 4243

Milton-under-Wychwood, 39 n

Milverton (Warws.), Emscote in, 20

moated sites, 14, 87

Modern Conveyors Ltd., 29

Molineux, Sir John, 105 n; Marg., m. 1 Sir Giles Arden (d. 1381), 2 Wal. Power, 105

Mollington, see Cropredy

Molyneaux, pugilist, 140

Monk, John, Vicar of Adderbury, Chaplain of Canterbury, 32

Montagu, Geo., 10, 14

Montfort, Sir Baldwin de, 142; Marg. de, see Pecche; Sir Sim. de, 142; Sir Wm. de, 142

monumental brasses, 36, 78, 100, 121, 137, 185

Moore, A. L., 169; Edm., Rector of Drayton, 109; Hen., sculptor, 131; Thos., 38; and see More

Morcar, Earl of Northumbria, 59

Mordaunt, Rob., and his w. Barbara, 46

More, John, 142; Lambert de la, 142; and see Moore

Morris, Rog., 9; Wm., designer, 78

Morris and Co., 78

Mortain, Count of, see Robert

Mortain, fee of, 18; honor of, 87

Mortimer, Rog., Earl of March, 21

Morton, Adam, Rector of Drayton, 11011

Motion, A. R., 47

Mowbray of Oxford, 158

Mozley, A. D., Rector of Wigginton, 168

murals, see wall-paintings

murder fines, 1

mustard, 181

N

Naburn (Yorks. E. R.), 87

Napoleonic Wars, 92, 146, 163, 165

National Farmers' Union, 28

Navers, Isabel de, m. John de St. Valery (fl. after 1293), 20

Neithrop, see Banbury

Nel, fam., 5 n

Nell (Aynho) Bridge, 5, 15, 22

Nether Exe (Devon), 15

Neville, fam., 89

New College, Oxford, 5, 910, 14, 18, 2122, 27, 3033, 3536, 42, 70, 151; Fellows of, 32, 50, 119, 156; Wardens of, 7, 1011, 32, 41, 52, and see Hayward, Thos.; London, John; Woodward, Wm.

New Jersey (U.S.A.), Fairleigh Dickinson University, 173

New Leicester, breed of sheep, 28

New Zealand, 131

Newell, Chris., Vicar of Bloxham, 39, 75

Newington, North, in Broughton, 1, 85, 8687, 108, 178, 182, 189; agric., 9295; chap., 8586, 101; char., 102; cross, 86; dom. arch., 8687; fields, 93; green, 86; inc., 86, 93, 95, 97; ind., 87, 92, 95; inns, 85, 87; library, 102; man., 8789, 92; man.-ho., 8687; mills, 8687, 9596, 108; named as address, 137; nonconf., 39, 98, 1012; par. officers, 92; poor-relief, 92; pop., 86; roads, 8586; road to, 44; tithes, 95, 9798, 101; sch., 1012, 112

Newington, South, 46, 53, 72, 83, 159, 170, 183

Newman, John, Cardinal, 168

Nicholas son of Roger, 141

Nonsuch, see Cuddington

Norfolk, 97

Norman & Beard, 169

Normandy, 16 n

North, Alice, 39; Hon. Mrs. Ann, 185; Sir Edw., 61; Frances, see Pope; Francis, Ld. Guilford (d. 1685), Ld. Keeper, 166, 172, 173 n, 176, 182, 185; Francis, Ld. Guilford (d. 1729), 179, 181, 184, 187; Francis, Ld. North and Earl of Guilford (d. 1790), 103, 106, 108, 171, 173, 185; Francis, Earl of Guilford (d. 1817), 95, 178; Fred., Ld. North and Earl of Guilford (d. 1792), First Lord of the Treasury, 172, 185; Geo. Aug., Earl of Guilford, 51, 108, 176; Georgiana, Lady North, 187; (formerly Doyle), Col. J. S., 1723, 176, 1823, 1856; Rog., 172; Susan, Baroness North, m. Col. J. S. Doyle (later North), 176; Thos., 39 n; Wm., Ld. North, 112, 1767, 183, 1856; fam., 1034, 106, 172, 176, 178, 182, 184, 186

Northampton, Archdeacon of, 127

Northampton, Earl of, see Compton, Jas.

Northampton Castle, Constable of, see Arden, Sir Thos. (fl. 1278)

Northamptonshire, 52, 59, 76, 105; militia, 186

Northamptonshire, Sheriff of, see Arden, Thos. (fl. 1278)

Northern Aluminium Co., 29

Northumbria, Earls of, see Morcar; Tostig

Norton, see Wonston

Norton, Chipping, 53, 110, 165, 167, 169; chant., 78

Norton, Hook, barony of, 161; honor of, 21

Norton, Hook, 61, 8081, 15963, 16970; prehist. rem., 160

Norwich, Bp. of, see Walton, Master Sim. of

Nottinghamshire, 70, 87, 126

Noyon Priory (Oise, France), 21, 60 61; Prior of, 60

Nunnaminster, see Winchester

Nurse's Fund, 38

Nutt, Jas., curate of Bodicote, 38

O

Odell, see Woodhull

Odo, Bp. of Bayeux, 46, 177

Offerton, see Hindlip

Ogilby, John, 5

Oldys, Thos., Rector of Tadmarton, 157; Wm. (d. 1645), Vicar of Adderbury, 14, 15, 32; Wm. (s. of last), Chancellor of Lincoln, 14

Oliffe, Dorothy, see Doyley; Thos., 17; fam., 18

open fields and inclosure, 1, 2428, 30 n, 31, 4850, 53, 6470, 7374, 85, 9395, 97, 1078, 11719, 123, 12930, 138, 143, 1456, 151, 153 155, 1647, 170, 179, 182, 186, 188

organ-builders, see Halmshaw & Sons; Norman & Beard; Walker & Sons

Oriel College, Oxford, 1413, 1457, 149

Osbert, Sheriff of Lincs. and Yorks., 125

Osborn, Ann, see Goodwin

Oseney Abbey, 19, 22, 24, 31, 166

Osgod (fl. 1038), 15

outfangenetheof, 107

Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso), 91

Owen, fam., 140

Oxford, Earls of, see Vere, Aubrey de (d. 1194); Vere, Aubrey de (d. 1214); Vere, Rob. de (d. 1221); Vere, Rob. de (d. 1632); earldom of, 19

Oxford, 23, 32, 35, 50, 59, 87, 10910, 120, 183 n; mkt., 178; meadow in, 1512; merchants of, 12; mural mansion, 55, 59; named as address, 86, 158, 160, 162, 173; Radcliffe Infirmary, 163; Radcliffe Library, librarian of, see Wise, Francis; road to, 5, 183 n; St. George's, canons of, 1656; St. John's Hospital, 63

Oxford, Archdeacon of, 75, 110; Bps. of, 7475, 118, 1334, 147, 156, 1845, and see Bidges, John; Wilberforce, Sam.; diocese of, 51, 133, 147; Board of Patronage, 49; Certificate of Clergy, 184; Church Building Society, 52; Inspector of Schools, 139

Oxford Canal, 1, 5, 2829

Oxford Castle, Constable of, see Doyley, Rob. (fl. 1086)

Oxford Down, breed of sheep, 28

Oxford Movement, 185

Oxford Trust, 109

Oxford University, 109, 11920, 147; Bodleian Library, 184; Divinity School, 35, 76; Radcliffe Library, librarian of, see Wise, Francis; and see Brasenose; Christ Church; Durham; Jesus; Lincoln; Magdalen; New College; Oriel; St. Edmund Hall; St. John's; St. Mary Hall; Trinity; Worcester College

Oxfordshire, agric., 29, 67, 70, 9395, 107, 131, 145, 155, 164; boundaries, 44, 47, 112; ch., 52, 76, 99, 110; clergy, 98; knight of the shire for, 88; Ld. Lieut. of, see Fiennes, Jas.; map of, 124; masons, 121; M.P.s for, 47, 116; nonconf., 74, 81, 101, 109, 111, 137; pop., 86; Puritans, 120; Sheriffs of, 59, 106, 113, 116; and see Barber, Edw.; Barber, Rob. (fl. 1697); Barber, Wm.; Doyley, Rob.; Thornycroft, John; Wykeham, Sir Thos.; Wykeham, Sir Wm.; visit to, 113; woodland, 11, 182

Oxfordshire County Council, 9, 139; Education Authority, 112

Oxfordshire Ironstone Co., 49, 109, 131, 183, 188

Oxhill (Warws.), 47

P

Page, Nic., Vicar of Bloxham, 7475, 78

Pahier, John le, 177

Palk, Lawr., Ld. Haldon, 11

Palmes, Wm. de, 87; fam., 87

pannage, 24

paper-mills, 8687, 9596, 108

Pargiter, Rob. (fl. 1665), 151; Rob. (fl. 1665, another), 151; Rob. (d. 1741), Vicar of Bloxham, 75, 78; fam., 151

Parker, John, 168

Parliament, Members of, 162; and see Banbury; Oxfordshire

parsnips, 70, 108

Parsons, John, 72; Rob., Archdeacon of Gloucester, 14

Passmore & Nunnelly, 49

Paston-Bedingfeld, see Bedingfeld

Pate, John, 127; Ric., Prebendary of Sutton-cum-Buckingham, 127

Paulet, Eliz., w. of Wm., m. 2 Sir Ric. Fiennes (d. 1612/13), 88, 91; Wm., 88

Pauncefoot (? or Wysham), Alice, m. John Guise, 162; Eliz., 162; Joan, m. John Croft, 162; John, 161; Marg., see Beauchamp

Payne (Payn), Francis, Dean of Jersey, Rector of Wigginton, 167; Eliz., m. Farebrother, 156; Jas., 108; Jane, 156; Thos., 108

Paynel, Eve, see Sutton; Rob., 126

Pearse, Vincent, Rector of Hanwell, 120; fam., 120

Pearson, J. L., 149, 169

Pecche, John (fl. 1318), 142; Sir John (d. 1376), 142; John (d. 1387), 142; Marg., m. Sir Wm. de Montfort, 142

Peckham, Ann, 62; Edm., 62, 72

Pembroke, Earldom of, 19; Earls of, see Marshall, Wal.; Marshall, Wm.

Penda, King of Mercia, 6

Penistone, Thos., 16; fam., 14

Penrhyn (Cornw.), 78

Percival, Beaumont, Rector of Broughton and of Hawarden (Flints.), 98

Perkins, Thos., 72

Perrot (later Wykeham), Thos., 88; Wm., and his w. Alice, 88

pest-houses, 23, 44, 58, 6465

Petre, Sir Wm., 21

Pettifer, Eliz., 149; Ric., 72; Rob., 149; fam., 140

Peyvre, Paulinus, 16 n

Philip IV, King of France, 59

physician, 87

Pieters, Jan, 91

pillory, 22

Pinwell, W. J., Vicar of Horley and Hornton, 134

Piscator, Joannes, theologian, 78

Pitt, Chris., 83; L. K., Rector of Hanwell, 120

Pittam, Alice, 44

plague, 25, 66, 171; Black Death, 26, 29, 48, 179

Plescy, Hugh de (fl. 1212), 2021; Hugh de (d. 1292), 21; John de, Earl of Warwick, 21, 161; Marg. de, see Margaret, Ctss. of Warwick; fam., 13 n, 2021, 161

Plot, Dr. Rob., 7, 114

Plowman, John, 3536, 38

Plutarch, 184

Pococke, Dr. Ric., 173

Pointer, John (fl. before 1663), 50; John (d. 1710), Rector of Alkerton, 50, 52; John (fl. after 1710), 50; Malachy, Rector of Alkerton, 50, 52; Mordecai, 75

Poitou, 60

Poland, 33

Pole, Alice de la, see Chaucer; Edm. de la, Duke of Suffolk, 115; Reg., Cardinal, 32; Wm. de la, Duke of Suffolk, 115

Ponet, John, Bp. of Winchester, 15

Pope, Alex., poet, 14; Anne, 185; Sir Edw., 117; Frances, m. Francis North (d. 1685), Ld. Guilford, 172, 176; John, 5 n, 18, 156 n, 162, 176, 178, 1823; Marg., w. of Wm., m. 2 John Bustard, 15, 185; Sir Thos. (d. 1559), 1819, 11617, 152, 156, 162, 166, 176, 178, 1824; Thos. (d. 1660), Earl of Downe, 162, 172, 176; Sir Thos. (d. Jan. 1668), 162, 166, 1756, 178; Thos. (d. May 1668), Earl of Downe, 172, 176, 185; Wm. (fl. early 16th cent.), 15, 185; Wm. (d. 1624), 162, 176; Sir Wm. (d. 1631), Earl of Downe, 172, 176, 178, 181, 185; fam., 152, 154, 156, 166, 172, 177, 1812

popes, 147, 156, and see Boniface VIII; Boniface IX; Clement V; Clement VI; Eugenius III

poppies, 28

Portishead (Som.), 148

Potter, Fitzherbert, Rector of Hanwell, 121; John, 84; Rob., 69; Wm. (fl. c. 1655), 101, 158; Wm. (d. 1894), 84

Pottinger, fam., 40

Poultney, Tim., 40; fam., 40

Powell, D. T., 100

Powell & Sons, 36

Power, Marg., see Molineux; Wal., 105

Powlett, Eliz., 166; Hugh, 166

Praux, Hasculf des, 18; Ingram des, 59; John des, 18 n

Preaux Abbey (Eure, France), 128

Preedy, F., 36; John, 69

prefabricated concrete structures, 71

prehistoric remains, see Broughton; Norton, Hook; Tadmarton; Wigginton

pre-packaging, 29

Presbyterians, 13, 33, 36, 3941, 52, 58, 80, 83, 111, 120, 122, 134, 186

printing, 29

prisons, see Bloxham; London, the Fleet

Pritchard (Prichard), John, 160; Hugh, see Richard, Hugh ap

prize fight, 140

protestant nonconformity, see Anabaptists; Baptists; 'Calvinists'; Independents; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Unitarians

Pryme, John, Vicar of Adderbury, 32

Puhier, Rob. le, 143

pulse, 28, 48, 130

punitive instruments, see duckingstool; pillory; stocks; whippingpost

Puritans, 1, 50, 74, 79, 98, 104, 10910, 11920, 124

Pye, Sir Wal., 176 n

Pym, John, 92

Pyrton, 175

Q

Quakers, 1, 12, 29, 32, 3940, 52, 80 82, 94, 98, 1012, 111, 137, 149, 158, 169, 183, 186; Banbury Division, 3940, 81, 101, 149; Friends' Evangelistic Band, 159

quarrying, 5, 29, 53, 71, 125, 131, 183; and see Horley and Hornton, Hornton stone; ironstone mining

Queen Anne's Bounty, 73, 78, 184

Quincy, see de Quincy

R

Radbourn (Warws.), 1045

radio-station, 14

radknights, 143

railways, see Banbury and Cheltenham; Banbury and Chipping Norton; Birmingham and Oxford; Drayton; Great Western

Ralph son of Richard the clerk, 63

Ralph son of Robert, 161, 165

Ralph (fl. 1086), 46; ? another, 125; another (? Ranulf Flambard), 127

Ralph (fl. 12th cent.), Rog. s. of, see Roger son of Ralph

Ralph (d. by 1201), 161

Randle, Ephraim, 57 n

Ranton Abbey (Staffs.), 116

rape, 131, 165, 181

Ratley (Warws.), 105, 185; Upton in, 47, 140; Upton Estate, 44, 47, 49, 131

Rawlins, Chris., Vicar of Adderbury, 11 n, 41

Rawlinson, Ric., 3637, 76, 7879, 103, 114, 121, 1234, 169

Raynesford, Sir Wm., 172, 176

Reading (Berks.), foundry, 78; Southcot in, 16

recreation ground, 58

reeveship, duty of, 69

Regenbald (fl. 1065), 14

Reinbeudcurt, Guy de, 175; Ingram de, 175; Margery de, m. Rob. Foliot, 175; Ric. de, 175

Reinotius, Rector of Alkerton, 49

rent, service of collecting, 69; service of delivering, 25

Reynold, Abbot of Abingdon, 152

Reynold (fl. 1086), 87

Reynolds-Moreton, Francis, Baron Ducie of Tortworth, 47; Sarah, see Child

rhubarb, 28, 108

Rich, Rob., Earl of Warwick (d. 1658), 92

Richard II, 30

Richard, Earl of Cornwall, 16

Richard the clerk, 63

Richard (fl. 1086), 128

Richard, Hugh ap (Prichard), Vicar of Horley and Hornton, 133

Richmond (Surr.), honor of, 59

Riddelsdale, H. J., Rector of Wigginton, 168

riots, 28, 70, 155

Risley, Susannah, see Wells; Revd. W. C., 21, 36; fam., 21

roads, ancient, 3, 112, 150, 159, 171; and see Saltway; major, see Banbury, roads to; Roman, 85, 171; turnpikes, 5, 13, 44, 55, 6364, 85, 103, 139, 171

Robert, Abbot of Eynsham, 78

Robert, Count of Mortain, 1278

Robert, Earl of Gloucester, 141

Robert son of Anskill, 152

Robert the chamberlain, 125

Robert (fl. 1086), 18; ? another, 87

Robert (d. by 1218), 161

Robert, Gil. s. of, see Gilbert son of Robert

Robert, Ralph s. of, see Ralph son of Robert

Roberts, Hannah, 109

Robinson, fam., 40

Rochester, Ctss. of, see Wilmot, Ann; Earl of, see Wilmot, Chas.; Wilmot, Hen.; Wilmot, John

Rockingham (Northants.), 175; honor of, 1756

Roger son of Ralph, 161

Roger, Nic. s. of, see Nicholas son of Roger

Rollright, 61

Roman Catholics, 38, 51, 7980, 100, 168, 172, 186

Roman remains, 3; and see Adderbury; Alcester; Bloxham; Bodicote; Drayton; Hanwell; Tadmarton; Wigginton; Wroxton

Rome (Italy), 62, 98, 157; St. Mark's, Cardinal of, see Blandiac, John de

rope-maker, 29, 71

Ros, de, fam., 87

Rowney, Thos., 162, 1667; Mr. (? same as last), 162

Roworthe, Hen., Prebendary of Sutton-cum-Buckingham, Archdeacon of Canterbury, 133, 136

Royal Mint, Treasurer of, see Peckham, Edm.

Royal Navy, 116

Rugby (Warws.), 47

Rundle, Thos., 81 n

Rupert, Prince, 15

Rush, Wm., 137

Russell, Wm., Earl of Bedford, 92

Russia, Ambassador in, 120

Ryton upon Dunsmore (Warws.), 104

S

Sacheverell, Ambrose, Rector of Tadmarton, 1567, 185; Thos. (fl. 1615), 156; Thos. (d. 1675), 185; Wm., 1812; fam., 157, 175

Sackville, Arabella Diana, see Cope; Eliz., Baroness Buckhurst, m. Geo. John West (later Sackville-West), Earl de la Warr, 106, 109, 111, 116; Herbrand, Earl de la Warr, 116; John Fred., Duke of Dorset, 106, 109 n, 116; Wm., Ld. Buckhurst, 116

Sackville-West, Chas., Earl de la Warr, 109; Eliz., see Sackville; (formerly West) Geo. John, Earl de la Warr, 106, 109, 111, 116, 122

saddler, 95

Sadler, Edw., 1423, 1456; John, 43; Wm., 141; fam., 1401

Saiet (fl. 1086), 65

sainfoin, 95

St. Amand, Amaury de (d. 1241), 16, 46, 5960; Amaury de (d. 1285), 4, 16, 60, 66, 71, 73; Amaury de (d. 1310), 16, 49 n, 63; Amaury de (d. 1381), Justiciar of Ireland, 16; Amaury de (d. 1402), 4, 1617, 46; Eleanor de, m. Braybroke, 1617; Eleanor de, w. of Amaury (d. 1402), 4, 17, 46, 71; Guy de, 16; Ida de, 17; John de (fl. 1250), Rector of Alkerton, 49; Master John de (fl. 1310), 49 n; John de (d. 1330), 4, 16; Marg. de, see Despenser; Mary de, 16; Ralph de (d. 1230), 4, 16; Wm. de, 16, 71; , 49; fam., 4, 12, 16 n, 46, 56, 66

St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, 109

St. John, Agnes, see Fisher; Eliz., m. Gerald FitzGerald, Earl of Kildare, 142; John de (fl. 1482), 5960; John de (d. 1525, ? same as last), 60; John de (fl. 1545), 60; Marg., see Beauchamp; Oliver (d. c. 1435), 59; Oliver (fl. 1567), Baron of Bletsoe, 47; Oliver (fl. 17th cent.), 92

St. John's College, Oxford, 176

St. Mark's, Cardinal of, see Blandiac, John de

St. Mary Hall, Oxford, Principal of, 120

St. Marylebone (Mdx.), St. John's Wood in, 152

St. Petersburg (Russia), British Factory at, 120

St. Valery, Hen. de, 20; Isabel de, see Navers; John de (fl. 12657), 20; John de (fl. after 1293), 20; Ric. de, 20; Thos. de, 20 n

Ste. Mre Eglise, Wm. de, 59

Salisbury, Joan de, see Hasting; John de, 142

Salisbury, Bp. of, 74

Salmons, Wm., 137

Saltway, 5, 8586, 171

Samman, David, 1645

Samon, John, 64; Rob., 84

Samuel, Marcus Ric., Vct. Bearsted, 47; Wal. Horace, Vct. Bearsted, 47

Sandford St. Martin, 59, 63

Sapcote, Anne, m. Sir Wm. FitzWilliam, 126; Eliz., see Dynham; Sir John, 126; Sir Ric., 126; fam., 126 n

Sarsden, John of, 177; Ric. of, 177; Rob. of, 177; Thos. of, 177; Wal. of (fl. 1206), and his w. Gillian, 177; Wal. of (fl. 1232, ? same as last), 177; fam., 177

Sarsden, 15

Saul, Thos., 139

Saunders, Grace, see Willingham; Wm. (fl. 1506), 61; Wm. (fl. 1590), 106

saw-mills, 71, 154

Saybrook (Connecticut, U.S.A.), founding of, 92

Saye and Sele, Barony of, 8889; Baroness, see Fiennes, Cecily; Lords, 14, 20, 31, 9596, and see Fiennes, Edw.; Fiennes, Hen.; Fiennes, Ric. (3 of the name); Fiennes, Sir Wm. (d. 1471); Fiennes, Wm. (d. 1696); Twisleton, Fiennes; Twisleton, Gregory; Twisleton, John; Twisleton, Thos.; Twisleton-WykehamFiennes, Fred.; Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Geof.; TwisletonWykeham-Fiennes, Ivo; Viscounts, 20, and see Fiennes, Jas; Fiennes, Lawr.; Fiennes, Nat. (d. 1710); Fiennes, Ric. (d. 1781); Fiennes, Wm. (d. 1662); Viscountess, see Fiennes, Christabella

Scheveningen (Netherlands), Charles II at, 91

school boards, 42, 122, 139, 159

Scotland, 46; fighting against, 87; 'Scotch Puritan rebellion', 75

Scott, Caroline, see Campbell; Francis, Earl of Dalkeith, 15, 23; G. G., 36, 99100; Sir Gil., 3536, 91, 99, 131; Hen., Duke of Buccleuch, 5 n, 9, 15, 1718, 20, 22, 27, 162, 166; J. O., 3536, 158

Scudder, Hen., Rector of Drayton, 10910

Sculle, Anne, w. of Thos., ? m. z Sir Wm. Berkeley, 166; Thos., 166

sculptor, see Moore, Hen.

Seagrave, John of (d. 1325), 88; John of (fl. 1346), 88; fam., 88

Searle, Thos., 187

Seaton (Rut.), 142

Sedding, J. D., 34 n

seed-merchants, 29

Seffrid, Archdeacon and Bp. of Chichester, Rector of Bloxham, 47

Sellers, Alfred, 96; Rebecca, 96; Wm., 96

Sergeant, John, 183

services, customary, 2425, 48, 66, 93, 181; and see castle-guard; entry fines; food renders; 'frithsilver'; gafol; heriot; lord's men; messages; pannage; reeveship; rent

Severn, riv., 139

Seymour, Edw., Duke of Somerset, 127; Hen., 127; Wm., Duke of Somerset. 32; (later Culme-Seymour), Sir John Hobart, Vicar of Horley and Hornton, 132 n, 134

Sezincote (Glos.), 106

Shakespeare, Wm., playwright, 96

Sharman, Thos., 137

Sheen Priory (Surr.), 21, 60

sheep, breeds of, see Cotswolds; Gloucestershire; Leicestershire; New Leicester; Oxford Down; Warwickshire

Sheldon, Dormer, Rector of Shenington, 148; Ralph, 147; Thos., 147; Wm., 147; fam., 147

Shelswell, John, 186

Shelswell, 20

Shenington, 1, 3, 44, 51, 13950, 144; adv., 49, 147; agric., 1437; airfield, 139; Shenington Brook, 13940; char., 150; ch., 50, 1401, 1479; ct., 143, 145; curates, 148; dom. arch., 140; farms, 140, 1456; fields, 144, 1456, 151; fire at, 140; fishponds, 140; glebe, 148; green, 140; inc., 143, 146; ind., 147; inns, 140; man., 1403; man.-hos., 140; mills, 140, 143, 147; named as address, 47, 84; nonconf., 52, 140, 149; par. officers, 51, 143; poorrelief, 143; pop., 140; Rectors of, 51, 145, 1489, and see Blythman, Arthur; Colonna, Odo; Hughes, Edw. (fl. 1735); Hughes, Edw. (fl. 1801); Hughes, Rob. Edw. (d. (1846); Hughes, Rob. Edw. (d. 1869); Hughes, Rog.; Ingram, Ric.; Lechlade, Rob. of; Sheldon, Dormer; rectory, 49, 51; rectory-ho., 140, 148; roads, 44, 13940; Rough Hill, 139, 1456; sch., 53, 140, 14950; Shenington Hollow, 140; Shenlow Hill, 139, 1456; Sugarswell in, 1403, 1456; tithe, 148

Shenington with Alkerton, rectory, 49

Sherfield (Hants), 20 n

Shipbrook (Ches.), barony of, 115

Shipton (? Shipton-under-Wychwood), 148

Shipston-on-Stour (Worcs.), 53

Shirburn Castle, 91

shoemakers, 71, 95, 147, 165

Shottesbrooke, Edith, see Stourton; Sir Rob., 59; fam., 59

Shutford, in Swalcliffe, 3; bridge, 86; chap., 50; inc., 27; nonconf., 40, 101, 137, 149, 158; roads to, 44, 86; sch., 188

Sibford Ferris, see Swalcliffe

Sibford Gower, see Swalcliffe

Sidnell, Thos., chaplain of Wroxton, 183

Simon, Bp. of Worcester, 147

Simon, Count of Evreux, 21

Skelton, Jos., 114, 160

Slaughter (Glos.), 10

smallpox, 23

Smirke, Sir Rob., 173

Smith, Benj. J., Rector of Alkerton, 51; C. S., 12; Jane, 36; W. Osborne, 169

Smythe, David Rob., 111; Geo., 16; Thos., 16

Snareston, Thos., 21

Snelson, Rog., 61

socage, 66, 93; sokemen, 66

Soden, fam., 40

solicitors, 29, 124, 128

Somerset, Dukes of, see Beaufort, John; Seymour, Edw.; Seymour, Wm.

Somerset, 142

Somervill, Edw., Vicar of Adderbury, 31

Somery, Agnes de, 126; Sir John de, 126; Marg. de, m. John Sutton, 126

Sor (Lazore), Ela (? same as Esthall, Ela de), 141 n, and see Esthall; Eliz., m. Rob. Wykeham, 1412; Imeyne (? same as Staur, Imeyne de), 141 n, and see Staur; Imeyne, w. of John Sor (fl. 1295), 141 n; John (fl. 1194), 141; John (d. by 1241), 141; John (fl. 1295), 141; John (fl. 1346), 141; Jordan, 141; Odo, 141, 147; Rob. (fl. 1132), 141, 147; Rob. le (fl. 1217), 141; Sim,., 141; Symunda, 141; Wentliana, w. of John (d. by 1241), m. 2 Nicholas son of Roger, 141; Wm., 141; fam., 141

Sor Brook, 3, 56, 11, 44, 53, 64, 66, 71, 8586, 96, 1234, 13940, 1501

Souldern, 126

South America, export to, 131

Southcot, see Reading

Souwestone Restoration Co., 35

spa, 6

Spelsbury, Ditchley in, 59

Spencer, Chas., 114 n, 122; Wm., 109, 114 n, 116, 118 n, 121;, 43; fam., 114, 120

sports and pastimes, see athletics; Banbury, races; cricket; football; fox-hunting; gliding club; gokarting; golf; prize fight; recreation ground; Warwickshire Hunt

Stackhouse, Revd. T., 78

Stafford, Anne de, Ctss. of Stafford, 1412; Hugh de, Earl of Stafford, 141; Humph. (d. 1418), 142; Humph. (d. 1460), Earl of Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, 1412; Sir Humph. (fl. 1485), 142; Sir Humph. (fl. 1514), 142; Sir Humph. (fl. 1565), 142; Marg. de, see Audley; Maud of, see Hasting; Ralph de (d. 1372), Earl of Stafford, 141; Ralph of (d. 1410), 1412; Rob. of, 18, 24, 1289; fam., 18, 142 n

Stafford, honor of, 1819

Stanbra, E. R., 169 n; , 161; fam., 161, 169

Standard, Hen. (fl. after 1560), 18; Hen. (fl. 1662), 18; Rob., 18; Thos., 18

Standish, John, 156; Thurstan, Rector of Tadmarton, 157

Stankey, J. F., 13

Stanley, fam., 131

Stanley Abbey (Wilts.), 126, 128, 129 n

Staur, Imeyne de (? same as Sor, Imeyne), 141; Wm. de, 141

Stedham, , 39

steel, 183; and see Brymbo Steel Co.; Wrexham

Steele, I. & C. and Co. Ltd., 71

Stephen, King, 59, 79

Stephens, R. R., Vicar of Adderbury, 11

Stevens, Wm., 137

Stilgoe, Nat., 16; Zach., 16

stinting, 27, 68, 106, 130, 145, 1545, 181

stocking-weaving, 95

Stockport (Ches.), Rector of, see Vernon, Ric. de (fl. 1334)

stocks (punitive instrument), 162

Stockton, Lt.-Col. Arthur, 128; Jas., 124, 128; Oliver, 16

Stogdon, Hubert, 14

Stokes, Denise de, 45; Peter de, 141 n; Master Rob. de, 45, 178

Stone, Edm., Rector of Drayton, 110

Stonesfield, 61; slate, 160

Stour, riv., 139

Stourton, Edith, m. 1 John de Beauchamp, 2 Sir Rob. Shottesbrooke, 59

Stow, fam., 40

Stow-on-the-Wold (Glos.), 159, 163

Stowe (Bucks.), 88; Stowe House, 172

Stradling, Sir John de, 46, 141; Maud de, see Walton

Strange, Bridget, see Croker;, 61 n

Stranke, Clement, 69; John, 65, 69; Thos. (d. by 1625), 84; Thos. (fl. 1650), 81; fam., 58

Stratford, see Ham, West

Stratford-on-Avon (Warws.), 171

Street, G. E., 37, 57, 75 n, 7677, 79

strip-lynchets, 139, 151

Stuart (Steuart), Cath., 128; Dan., 128, 132; Maria, Mchnss. of Bute, 176; Wm., 18

Suffolk, dukedom of, 115; Dukes of, 21, and see Brandon, Chas.; Pole, Edm. de la; Pole, Wm. de la

sugar beet, 131

Sugarswell, John of, and his w. Alice, 142

Sugarswell, see Shenington

surgeons, 29, 147

Surman, J. M., 36

Surrey, Archdeacon of, see Inglesham, Master Rob. de

surveyor, 29

Sussex, 105

Sutton, Eve, w. of Wm., m. 2 Rob. Paynel, 126; John, 126; Marg., see Somery; Sir Ric., 126, 142; Rob., 126; Wm., 47, 126, 142; fam., 126, 142

Sutton Coldfield (Warws.), 141

Sutton-cum-Buckingham, prebend of, 127, 132; prebendaries of, 127, 1323, and see Cox, Ric.; Dixon, Nic.; Gilbert, Master Rob.; Lavender, Ric.; Pate, Ric.; Roworthe, Hen.

Sutton, King's (Northants.), 5, 34, 76, 127, 1323; Charlton in, 10; prebend, see Sutton-cum-Buckingham

Sutton-under-Brailes (Warws.), Vicar of, see Whately, Thos.

Swalcliffe, 3, 1501, 153, 15960; Lea in, 61, 63; Sibford Ferris in, 1, 3, 81, 189; Sibford Gower in, 1, 3, 189

Swere, riv., 5, 13, 53, 15961

Swerford, 1819, 61 n, 15960, 162, 167 n, 170; Swerford Park, 162

Swift, , widow, 39

Swinford, Eliz. of, 105

Swynnerton, Alice, m. Ric. Beaufeu, 20; Joan of, see Hasting; Rog. of, 142 n; Thos., 20

Symple, Rob. le, 21

T

Tadmarton, 3, 53, 55, 1509, 162, 164, 189; adv., 156; agric., 1536; bridges, 150; char., 159; ch., 99, 115, 150, 1568; clubs, 159; ct., 152, 154; curates of, 157; dom. arch., 151; farms, 1556; fields, 1535; fire-engine, 153; ford, 150 151; glebe, 1557; golf course, 150, 156; inc., 155; ind., 155; inn, 151; machine-breaking, 155; man., 151 152, 157; man.-ho., 151, 158; mills, 150, 154; nonconf., 81, 101, 151, 1589; par. officers, 153; poorrelief, 153; pop., 151, 154; prehist. rem., 150; Tadmarton Camp, 150, 159; Rectors, 97, 1501, 1559, and see Blodwell, Master John; Crukadan, Master Geof.; Harrison, Rob.; Incent, John; Keen, John; Oldys, Thos.; Sacheverell, Ambrose; Standish, Thurstan; Whateley, Cresswell; Woodford, Mat.; rectory, 1567; rectory-ho., 151, 1567; road to, 58; roads, 150, 153; Rom. rem., 150; sch., 157, 159; Tadmarton Heath, 150, 155, 159; Tadmarton, Lower, 1501, 150, 158; Tadmarton, Upper, 1501, 158; tithes, 1557; town estate, 153; woodland, 150

Tank, fam., 56

Tarrant Gunville (Dors.), Eastbury House, 9

Tay, Wm., 85

Taylor, John (fl. 1654), Rector of Broughton, 98; John (fl. after 1754), 78; Ralph, Rector of Broughton, 98; Ric., 173; Wm., 166

Taynton, stone from, 35

teazels, 165

Temple, Eliz., m. Wm. Fiennes (d. 1662), Vct. Saye and Sele, 88; John, 88

tenures, less common, see ancient demesne, tenants of; knight; socage; radknights

Tew, Hugh of (fl. early 12th nt.), 18; Hugh of (fl. 1130, ? sa as last), 19; Hugh of (d. by 1204) nd his w. Iseult, 19; Hugh of (fl. 253), 19; Hugh of (fl. 1270), 19; ibert of, 18; Maud of, m. Rog. de yons, 19; Wal. of (fl. 1166), 19; al. of (fl. 1236), 19, 59; fam., 18

Tew, Duns, 1819, 105

Tew, Great, 18 n, 81

Tewkesbury, (Glos.), 140

Tewkesbury Abbey, 1478; monk of, 79

Tewkesbury hund., 143

textile trades, 12, 29, 49 n, 61, 6971, 81, 86, 91, 95, 1078, 1312, 137, 147, 1545, 163, 165, 183; and see Garway, Sir Thos.

Thame, 74; Thame Park, 162

Thames, riv., 139

Thelwell, Ambrose, 60

Thomas, Earl of Warwick, 161

Thomas (fl. 1231), clerk, 133

Thomas, Lewis, Abbot of Cwmhir (Radnor), Vicar of Bloxham, 74

Thomelyn, Wm., 16

Thompson, fam., 101

Thomson, Knightley, 127 n; Ric., 124, 127, 133; fam., 124, 127 n

Thornycroft, Edw., 63, 69; Eliz., see Key; John (d. 1687), and his w. Dorothy, 78; Sir John (d. 1725), Sheriff of Oxfordshire, 58, 63, 75, 78; Sir John (d. 1743), 63; fam., 58, 63, 7071

Thorp, John, curate of Wigginton, 1678, 170

timber trade, 71, 87, 154, 165; and see saw-mills

Tingewick, Elias of, 66, 71

Tipton (Staffs.), 146

Todeni, Adeliz de, m. Rog. Bigod, 87; Berenger de, 20, 87, 125; Rob. de, 20, 87; fam., 20

Tomkins, Geo., 81

Tompson, Jos., 137

Tostig, Earl of Northumbria, 1, 58 59, 65

Townshend, Caroline, see Campbell; Chas., Vct. Townshend ('Turnip' Townshend), 27; Chas. (fl. 1768), 9, 15, 17, 27; Francis, Rector of Alkerton, 50; John Capel, Rector of Alkerton, 47, 5051; Susannah, see Capel; Wm., 47

Towton, (Yorks., W. R.), battle of, 59

Tractarians, 110, 168

Trafford, fam., 40

trefoil, 181

Tregyan, Kath., m. Rob. Doyley (d. 1577), 17

Treppas, fam., 40

Trillek, Thos. de, Rector of Adderbury, Bp. of Chichester, 30, 32

Trinity College, Oxford, 18, 104, 106, 109, 112, 152, 156, 162 n, 166, 176 178, 1827; President of, 176, and see Harris, Rob.

Tristram, E. W., 100

Trotman, Fiennes (d. 1782), 20; Fiennes (d. 1823), 20; Fiennes (d. 1835), 20, 95

Turberville, Brian de, and his w. Joan, 18

Turgot the lageman, 87, 92, 125

Turner, fam., 13

turnpikes, see roads

Tusmore, 114

Tustian, Edw., 94

Twickenham (Mdx.), 18

Twisleton, Cecil, Baroness Saye and Sele, m. Geo. Twisleton, 89; Eliz., see Fiennes; Fiennes, Ld. Saye and Sele, 89; Col. Fiennes, 20; Geo., 89; Gregory (later Twisleton-Fiennes, finally Eardley-Twisleton-Fiennes), Ld. Saye and Sele, 95; John (fl. late 17th cent.), 89; John (d. 1763), Ld. Saye and Sele, 89; Thos., Ld. Saye and Sele, 89; fam., 91, 95, 97

Twisleton-Fiennes, see Twisleton, Gregory

Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Fred., Ld. Saye and Sele, 91; Geof., Ld. Saye and Sele, 71; Lt.-Col. Ivo Murray, Ld. Saye and Sele, 60, 89, 97; Marion, Lady Saye and Sele, 100

Twyford Bridge, 29

Twyford Mill Ltd., 29

Twyford Vale Co., 29

Tyler, Ric., 29

Tyrell, Jos., 14

Tysoe, John, 101

Tysoe (Warws.), 140, 142, 177

U

Underwood, H. J., 86

Unitarians, 80

Upton, see Ratley

Usher, Jas., Abp. of Armagh, 50; Peter, 39; Ric., 28; W. R., 39; fam., 28, 41

Usher, R. & Co., 28

V

Vache, Phil. de la, 161

Van Linge, brothers, 172

Vanbrugh, Rog., 9

Vanity of Human Wishes, The, 50

Vavassor, Hen., 19

Verdun, Annora de, see Belet; John of, Vicar of Bloxham, 74; Lesceline de, see Clinton; Margery de, m. Mark Hussee, 125; Nic. de, 125, 128; Norman de, 125; Ralph de (d. 1198/9), 60; Ralph de (d. 1230), 16, 60, 63; Theobald de, 125; Wal. de (fl. before 1175), 60; Wal. de (d. 1229), 16, 5960, 63, 176; Wm. de, 60; fam., 137

Vere, Aubrey de (d. 1194), Earl of Oxford, 19; Aubrey de (d. 1214), Earl of Oxford, 19; Isabel de (d. c. 1207), see Bolbec; Isabel de (fl. c. 1211), see Bolbec; Rob. de (d. 1221), Earl of Oxford, 19; Rob. de (d. 1632), Earl of Oxford, 19

Vernon, Edm. de, 15; Eustacia de, 115; Jas. de, 115; John de (fl. 1346), 115; John de (fl. 1346, another), 115 n; Ralph de (d. 1251), 115, 118; Ralph (fl. 13th cent., ? same as last), 105; Ralph de (fl. 13th cent., ? same as last, ? Rector of Hanwell), 119; Ralph de (d. by 1319), and his w. Marg., 115; Sir Ralph de (d. by 1334), 115; Sir Ralph de (fl. 1340), 115; Rawlin de, 115 n; Ric. de (fl. before 1218), 115; Ric. de (fl. 1251), 115; Ric. de (fl. 1334), Rector of Stockport (Ches.), 115; Ric. de (fl. before 1340), 115; Rob. de, Rector of Hanwell, 119; Rose, m. Sir Thos. Arden of Hanwell, 105; Sir Thos. de, 115; Wal. de, 115; Warin de (fl. 1234), 115; Sir Warin de (d. by 1249), and his w. Alda, 115, 118; Warin de (fl. 1249), 115; fam., 115

Veysey, Sim., 16

Villeneuve, Joan de, see Hasting; Rustin de, 142 n

Villiers (later Child-Villiers), Geo., Earl of Jersey, 47, 147; Sarah Sophia, see Fane

vineyards, 179

Violet, Geo., 63; , see Dalby

violin-making, 29

Vyall, Hen., 142; Jas., 142; Wm., 142

W

Wadard (fl. 1086), 46, 177

Wadard, Denise, 46; Eloise, m. Hareng, 46; Walkelin, 46

Waddesdon (Bucks.), 168

Wade, Geo., 152; John, curate of Bloxham, 74

waif, 107

Wainwright, Jas., 15

wakes, see Adderbury; Bloxham; Drayton; Wigginton; Wroxton

Walden, King's (Herts.), 21

Waldyff, Edm., 61, 72, 88; Marg., see Bereford; Thos., 61

Wale, Nicole, see Arden; Sir Thos., 105, 1089; Wm., Rector of Drayton, 109

Waleran, Count of Meulan, 59, 79

Wales, Princes of, see Charles II; Frederick; Edward

Wales, 105, 183; Welsh slate, 104, 161, 173

Walford, Wm., 162

Walker, J. W., 77

Walker & Sons, 36

Waller, Sir Wm., 115

Wallingford (Berks.), honor of (later Ewelme honor), 18 n, 45, 1778

wall-paintings, frontispiece, 77, 79, 100, 121, 1367, 169, 185

Walpole, Horace, 7, 910, 14, 1723, 185

Walter, Abbot of Eynsham, 79

Walter son of Hingham, 152; his w. , see Despenser

Walter, Wm., 15

Walton, Gervase, 46; Isabel, w. of Sir John, m. 2 Hen. le Foun, 46, 141; Sir John, 4546, 141; Maud, m. 1 Sir John de Stradling, 2 Sir John Lestrange (d. 1309), 3 Sir Thos. Hasting, 46, 141; Master Sim. of, Bp. of Norwich, 4546, 177; Thos., 46; fam., 46

Walton, see Wellesbourne Hastings

Wandell, Rob., 183

Wappenham (Northants.), 105

Warbeck, Perkin, 142

Warblington, Thos. of, 20; fam., 20

Warblington (Hants), 20 n

Ward, Benj., 158; J., 150; Thos., 19

Ward and Hughes, 36

Warden, Chipping (Northants.), 175

Warden, Old (Beds.), 175

Wardle, John Metcalfe (fl. 1791), 128; John Metcalfe (fl. 1828, ? same as last), 128

Warkworth (Northants.), 38

Warr, see de la Warr

warrens, 66, 68, 93, 108, 129, and see free warren

Warriner, Geo. (fl. 1802), 6970; Revd. Geo. (fl. 1887), 58

Warton, Thos., 157

Warwick, Earldom of, 143; Ctss. of, see Margaret; Earls of, 125, 143, and see Beauchamp, Thos.; Henry; Plescy, John de; Thomas; Rich, Rob.

Warwick, 44, 106, 112, 123, 128, 134

Warwickshire, 44, 61, 1045, 109, 112, 123, 1412; Warwick breed of sheep, 28

Warwickshire Committee of Accounts, 115

Warwickshire Hunt, 139

watch-manufacture, see clock- and watch-manufacture

Waterford, Bp. of, see Lancaster, John

Waterperry, 20

Waterstock, Rector of, see Lewis, Edw.

Waterville, Ric. of, 87

Waynflete, Wm., Bp. of Winchester, 26

Webb, Kath., w. of Thos. (d. by 1588), 106; Ric., 106; Thos. (fl. 1378), 106 n; Thos. (d. by 1588), 103, 1068; fam., 108

Wednesbury (Staffs.), 28

Weeping Cross, see Bodicote

Welford (Northants.), 106

Welle, Rog. atte, 15

Weller, Miss, 42

Welles (Wells), Francis, curate of Bodicote, Vicar of Adderbury, 32 33, 37; Hugh of, Bp. of Lincoln, 73, 156, 167, 183; Leo, Ld. Welles, 59; Marg., see Beauchamp; Rog., 36; Sam., Vicar of Banbury, 39; Susannah, m. Revd. W. C. Risley, 21

Wellesbourne Hastings (Warws.), Walton in, 4546

Wells, see Welles

Wenman, Baroness, see Wykeham, Sophia Eliz.

Wenman, fam., 120

Wessex Saddle Back pigs, 146

West, Eliz., see Fiennes; Geo. John, see Sackville-West; Phil., 78; Sir Thos., 72; Wm., 93

Westall, Thos., 62

Westley, Wm., 29

Westminster, 30; Grosvenor Square, 9; Scotland Yard, 7; Somerset Ho., 91; Westminster Palace, 96

Westminster Abbey, 62, 7273

Westmorland, Earl of, see Fane, Francis

Weston, Adam of, 19; Eliz., m. Rob. Doyley (d. 1640), 17; John of, 59; Nic. of, and his w. Emma, 19

Weston, South, 161

Weston (unidentified), 16

Whateley, Cresswell, Rector of Tadmarton, 157; Mary, 158; Thos., Vicar of Sutton-under-Brailes (Warws.), 39; Wm., Vicar of Banbury, 39, 10910, 119

Wheatfield, 161

Wheatley, John, 155

Wheeler (Wheler), Geo., 46; Jonas, curate of Hanwell, 119

wheelwrights, 147, 165

Whilton (Northants.), 20

whipping-post, 162

Whitacre, Over (Warws.), 35

White, Ann, 84; Francis, 171; John, Bp. of Winchester, 15; Ric., Rector of Wigginton, later of Broughton, 98, 167; Ric., Vicar of Banbury, 98 n; Thos., 176; Wm., 168; , 35

Whitgift, John, Abp. of Canterbury, 119

Whittlesee, John, 16, 20

Whitworth, Arabella Diana, see Cope; Chas., Ld. Whitworth, 106, 1089, 116, 120

Wicga (O.E. personal name), 160

Wickham, see Banbury

Widmore, Chris., 156

Wiggett, Agnes, 142; John, 142; Ric., 142; Wm., 142

Wigginton, John of, 161

Wigginton, 1, 34, 53, 55, 152, 159 170, 189; adv., 1612, 166; agric., 1635; almshouses, 170; bridges, 163; char., 170; ch., 78, 160, 1659; ct., 1612, 165; curates of, 160, 166 169, and see Holloway, Thos.; Thorp, John; Dashlake allotments, 165; dom. arch., 1601; farms, 165; fields, 1645, 167; glebe, 78, 160, 1657; inc., 162, 1645, 170; ind., 165; inns, 1601, 167; man., 1613; man.-ho., 160; mills, 1601, 163, 165; nonconf., 161, 169; par. officers, 1623, 168; poor-relief, 161, 163; pop., 160, 163, 168; prehist. rem., 15960; Rectors of, 7374, 7879, 161, 1647, 16970, and see Calcott, John; Dyde, John; Ffoulkes, E. S.; Fitzwyth, Gilbert son of Robert; Hart, Canon A. J. S.; Holloway, Gamaliel; Holloway, Thos.; Jackman, ; Malbone, Hamlet; Mozley, A. D.; Payn, Francis; Riddelsdell, H. J.; White, Ric.; Williams, John; rectory, 164, 1667; rectoryho., 160, 1678; roads, 159; roads to, 58, 150; Rom. rem., 160; Rye Hill, 159; sch., 161, 16970; tithes, 1657; village hall, 170; wake, 160; Wigginton Heath, 15960, 163, 169 170; Withycombe, 160; woodland, 161; workhouse, 163

Wilberforce, Sam., Bp. of Oxford, 37 38, 75, 98, 125

Wilcotts, Alice, m. Sir Thos. Wykeham, 88, 88, 100; Philippa, m. Byshopsden, 100; Wm., 100

Wilkes, Thos., 163

Willement, Thos., 36

William I, 16, 72; Maud, w. of, see Maud

William II, 104, 140

William, Count of Evreux, 21, 60; his w. Helewis, 60

William, Rector of Alkerton, 49

Williams, John, Rector of Wigginton, 168, 170; Jos., 29; Thos., Rector of Alkerton, 4950; Mr., 1867; (? same as last), 187; fam., 40

Williamscote, see Cropredy

Willingham, Grace, m. 1 Rob. Halse, 2 Wm. Saunders, 61; Humph., 61

Wilmot, Ann, w. of Hen., 67, 9, 15; Chas. (fl. 1629), Vct. Wilmot of Athlone, 15; Chas. (d. 1681), Earl of Rochester, 15; Dan., 8081; Hen., Vct. Wilmot of Adderbury, later Earl of Rochester, 1415; John, Earl of Rochester, 1415, 33; fam., 6, 9n, 14, 36

Wilson, H. C., 91 n; John, 28; Jos., 122 n; Mary, 53

Wilton, Jos., 185

Wilton (Wilts.), carpets, 71

Wiltshire, 142

Winchcombe, Ric., 35, 76

Winchester, Earl of, see de Quincy, Rog.; de Quincy, Saer

Winchester, 35; cathedral, 35; Nunnaminster (Abbey of St. Mary) in, 97; Wolvesey Castle in, 25

Winchester, Bps. of, 5, 7, 10, 1516, 21, 24, 2627, 2932, and see Aelfwine; Giffard, Wm.; Ponet, John; Waynflete, Wm.; White, John; Wykeham, Wm. of (d. 1404)

windmills, 58, 72, 118, 132

Wing (Bucks.), 62

Winter, John, 154

Wise, Francis, Vicar of Wroxton, 172, 1845; Ric., 27; fam., 37

Witney, 17, 26, 35

woad, 95, 117, 165

Wolseley, Sir Chas., 127; Garnet Jos., Ld. Wolseley, 92

Wolsey, Cardinal Thos., 157

Wolston (Warws.), 125

Wonston (Hants), Norton in, 20

Wood, Ant., antiquary, 110

Woodard Foundation, 57, 83

Woodford, Mat. (fl. 1762), and his w. Mary, 156; Mat. (fl. 1788, ? s. of last), Rector of Tadmarton, 1567

Woodhall (Yorks., W. R.), 89

Woodhull (Odell), Eliz., see Hall; Laur., 61; Mic., 156; Nic., 156

woodland, see Adderbury; Alkerton; Bloxham; Drayton; Hanwell; Horley and Hornton; Oxfordshire; Tadmarton; Wigginton; Wroxton; Wychwood forest

Woodstock, 59, 66 n

Woodward, Wm., 911, 23, 27

Woolston, Revd. Dr. T., 10, 42; fam., 10

Wootton, Ledwell in, 59, 162

Wootton hund., 5, 13 n

Worcester, battle of, 115

Worcester, Bps. of, 51; and see Giffard, Godfrey; Simon

Worcester, diocese of, 147

Worcester Cathedral, Dean of, 148

Worcester College, Oxford, 156

Worcestershire, 171

workhouses, see Adderbury; Banbury Poor Law Union; Bloxham; Bodicote; Hanwell; Wigginton; Wroxton

Wrexham (Denbighshire), Brinberg steel works in, 183

Wright, John, 118

Wroxton, 1, 34, 45 n, 47, 88, 17188, 173, 180, 182, 183, 189; adv., 183; agric., 17983; chaplains of, 1834, and see Sidnell, Thos.; char., 172, 188; ch., 171, 178, 1836; ct., 176, 178, 181; curate of, see Middleton, E. J.; dom. arch., 1712; farms, 1823; fields, 179, 180, 181; fire at, 171; glebe, 178, 184; inc., 182, 188; ind., 183; inns, 1712, 186; man., 106, 116, 162, 1758; man.-ho., 176, and see Wroxton, Wroxton Abbey; mills, 85, 1767, 1823; named as address, 162; nonconf., 172, 1857; par. officers, 178; perpetual curacy, 184; poor-relief, 178 179; pop., 171; rly., 171; Rectors of, 183, and see Belet, Master Mic. (fl. 1205); rectory, 178, 1834; rectory-ho., 178, 184; roads, 171, 178; roads to, 44, 86, 112, 125; Rom. Cath., 186; Rom. rem., 171; sch., 171, 173, 1878; tithes, 178, 182, 184, 186; vicarage, 1834; vicarageho., 172, 184; Vicars of, 1837, and see Balscott, Thos.; Banbury, John; Hanley, Rob.; Wise, Francis; wake, 185 n; woodland, 182; workhouse, 179; Wroxton Abbey, 1, 67, 51, 1713, 172, 175, 177, 182, 1846; Wroxton Park, 47, 104, 171, 177, 182, 183; and see Balscott

Wroxton Brook, 123

Wroxton Priory, 8788, 97, 109, 172 173, 176, 1789, 1823; canons of, 49, 97, 109, 1834; Priors of, 1712, 1778, 1834, and see Adderbury, John of; Adderbury, Wm. of

Wyatt, C. F., sr., Rector of Broughton, 98; C. F., jr., Rector of Broughton, 98; C. W. Bradford, 10; Chas., 16, 18, 20, 97; Eliz. (fl. 1824), 10; Eliz. (fl. 19th cent., ? same as last), m. Bradford, 97 n; Eliz. Bradford (d. 1878, ? same as last), 10, 86, 102; Mary, 10; Thos., 11718; Wm., Rector of Hanwell, 120; fam. (of Broughton), 9798; fam. (of Wigginton), 160, 165

Wychwood forest, 66; Bloxham Wood in, 66 n, 79; King's Wood, 66 n; Queenwood, 73; verderer of, 177; and see 'Felelia'

Wye, Ric., 166

Wykeham, Alice, see Wilcotts; Eliz., see Sor; Fiennes, 155; Joan, w. of Wm. (d. 1457), 88; John (fl. 1360), 143; Master John of (fl. 1415), Rector of Broughton, 97; Marg., m. Sir Wm. Fiennes (d. 1471), Ld. Saye and Sele, 4, 60, 88; Rob. (d. 1327), 1413; Rob. of (fl. 1331), 87; Rob. (fl. 1346), 143; Sophia Eliz., Baroness Wenman, 162; (formerly Perrot), Sir Thos., Sheriff of Oxfordshire, 4, 47, 60, 71, 73, 8889, 88, 100; Wm. of (d. 1404), Bp. of Winchester, 16, 30, 8889; Wm. (d. 1457), Sheriff of Oxfordshire, 60, 88; fam., 4, 71, 87, 93, 95, 100, 143

Wylot, John, 10

Wynflaed (fl. c. 950), 6, 18 n

Wyot, John, 21; Rog., and his w. Ela, 21

Wysham, see Pauncefoot (? or Wysham)

Y

Yates, Anne, m. Rob. Doyley (d. 1640), 1718

York, Abps. of, see Giffard, Wal. (fl. 1271); Grey, Wal. de

York, Archdeacon of, see Laurence

Yorkshire, 87, 126 n; Sheriff of see Osbert

Youick, John (fl. 1651), 63, 72; John (d. 1717), 68; fam., 58

Young, Arthur, 28, 48, 6970, 108, 11718, 181

Z

Zachary, Dan., 17

Zouche (Zouch), Joan, see Dynham; John la, Ld. Zouche, 126; Mary, see Goodwin