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U

Uchoed (Melenydd lordship, co. Radnor), 1699.

Uffculme (co. Devon), 1914.

Ufton (co. Berks), 1020.

Ulster (Ireland), 1423; King at Arms, see Ireland (Office of Arms), Plantation, surrender of the Customs of Londonderry and Coleraine, 1467.

Ulster (New York), 1707.

Ultramarine for the King, 105, 1221, 2071.

Ummant (Ummunt), William, collector of Poll arrears in the Household, 998, 1069, 1277, 1544, 1600, 1720, 1738, 1788.

Unday, Tho., noontender, London, 779, 839.

Underdowne, John, Customs officer, Margate, 1841; collector, Faversham, 1838, 2065; coastwaiter, London, 2065.

Underell, Vincent, smuggler, Dover, 1729.

Underhill, John, of Ludlow, Commissioner for Recusants' fines, co. Hereford etc., 1696.

Underwood, George, paving, Tangier, 1829.

-, Hugh, of Whittlesey, Commissioner for Recusants' fines, Norfolk etc., 1805; ditto, co. Cambridge, 2028.

-, John, of the Horse Life Guards, 326; tidesman, Lyme Regis, 1949.

-, Mr., planting tobacco, 1752.

Ungle, Christopher, tidesurveyor, Weymouth, 622.

Uniack, Helena, wife of Thomas, 1502, 2010.

-, Thomas, collectorship, Cork or Youghal, 1502, 2010.

Uniformity, Act of, 1108.

United Provinces see Holland.

Unitt, Mr., for the Countess of Burlington, 242.

Unshinagh (co. Antrim), 1519.

Unwrought wood, farm of, see Wood.

Unwyn (Unwin), Simon, sheriff of co. Stafford, 311, 499; Mayor of Stafford, 541, 573.

Upchurch (co. Kent), 2088.

Upcott, Jonathan, waiter, Lostwithiel, 375.

-, Rob., rebel in the West, 423, 425.

-, William, of Truro, supervisor of tin blowing houses, 125, 133, 179, 192.

Uphill (co. Somerset), 200, 1153.

Uplyme (co. Devon), 2006.

Upnor Castle (Medway) garrison, 1619.

Upottery (co. Devon), 2005, 2006.

Upp Park (co. Sussex), 177, 233, 772.

Upper Claragh (Upperlaragh) [? Clarabricken] (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 564, 566, 567.

Uppercourt (Crannagh barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Uppercross (barony, co. Dublin), 570.

Upper Dean (co. Kent), 887.

Upper Enagh (Dunluce barony, co. Antrim), 1519.

Upperlaragh see Upper Claragh.

Upper Ormond barony (co. Tipperary), 550, 551, 552, 556, 557, 559, 560.

Upper Ossory, Lord, see Fitzpatrick, B.

Uppingham (co. Rutland), 206, 220.

Upton, John, lands, Ireland, 553.

-, alias Clark, Ursula, lands, Ireland, 553.

Upton (co. Bucks), lands called Goodmans, Kaynes, Thores, Coppice Hall, The Grove, 884.

-, tenement, Linkinhorne, Cornwall, 144, 860, 912, 913.

- Cresset (co. Salop), 1129.

- Gray (co. Southampton), 657.

Upwood, Thorowgood, of Soham, co. Cambridge, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk etc., 1805; ditto, co. Cambridge, 2028.

Urchfont ("Erchfont") (co. Wilts), 1573.

Urge, Tho., lands, Horncastle, 1725.

Urlin, Mr., lands in Whittlewood Forest, 878.

Urquhart, Jane, widow of Thomas, 88, 123.

-, Thomas, Lieut. to Capt. Forbes, Tangier, 88.

Urragh [? Urard] (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Urry, Richard, shipowner, 900.

Urswick and Urswick Tarn (co. Lancs), 1361, 1362.

Usher, John, of Boston, New England, trading with the Canaries, 995, 1036.

-, Nathaniel, volunteer from Holland, 1814.

-, Patrick, petition for revenue place, Ireland, 1300.

-, Philip, of North Bradley, rebel in the West, 420, 2005.

-, Thomas, weighing porter, Newcastle, 1193.

Usurper see Cromwell, Oliver.

Utrecht (Netherlands), 309, 620, 947, 987, 1493.

Utton, Hen., Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

Uthwat, Richard, Hearthmoney officer, co. Bucks, 35.

Uxbridge (co. Midd.), 1674.

Uwchcoed (Knighton, co. Radnor), 1699.

V

Vagg, Edw., rebel in the West, 422.

Valparaiso, Marquis de, Envoy Extraordinary from Spain, 345, 359, 361, 363, 373, 377.

Valsassine, Count de, Envoy from the Governor of Flanders, 1578.

Van Breda see Breda.

Vanbright, Widow, Army pension, 537, 583; royal bounty, 1133.

Vanbruch (Vanbrook), William, Jews' alien Customs, 1041, 1170.

Van Colster, Sir William, Army pension, 702, 1282, 1469, 1709.

Van Cortland, Stephanus, debtor of L. Santen, New York, 1707.

Vandebase, Jacob, arras worker to the Great Wardrobe, 229; his widow, 229, 399.

Vandeput, Sir Peter, sheriff of London, 448, 470, 493, 576, 597, 732.

Vanderbrook, Philip, Poll arrear, Household, 1390.

Vanderburg, Maximilian, merchant of Amsterdam, establishing manufactory of plush and velvet in London, 2033, 2127.

Vander Esch, Monsieur Jacob, Paymaster of the Dutch Forces, issues to, for the Dutch Forces, 2143, 2148, 2162, 2165.

Vanderkers, John, petition, 411.

Vanderpoole, Mr., of the Brill, pacquet boats, 1514.

Vanderspech, Sara, debtor of L. Santen, New York, 1706.

Vandevelde, William, appointed to make drafts of sea fights for the King, 665.

Vandike, Juliane, see Stepney.

Vandoren, G., notary public, Brussels, 301.

Vane, Andrew, Poll arrear, Household, 1391.

-, Antho., Groom of the Privy Chamber to the Queen Dowager, 404.

-, Christopher, wines in Teesdale, 1934; rangership of Teesdale Forest, 1730, 1781, 1790.

-, Sir Henry, Barnard Castle lease, 191; ranger, Teesdale Forest, 1730.

-,-, junr., ranger, Teesdale Forest, 1730.

Vange (co. Essex), 2089.

Vange Hall marsh (co. Essex), 2089.

Vange Wharf marsh (co. Essex), 2089.

Vangewick marsh (co. Essex), 2089.

Vanhusen, Mr., Customs fraud composition, 1158.

Van Rincome, Widow, East India Company goods, 1097.

Vansilink, Lewins, debtor to L. Santen, New York, 1707.

Vansittert, Mr., Customs fraud composition, 1158.

Vantelet, Henrietta Maria de, dresser to the late Queen Mother, 935.

Varennes, Oliver, bookseller, of Paris, his widow, 684.

Varney see Verney.

Varney (Upper Ormond or Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Vassall, Francis, Serjeant at Arms, 137.

Vater, Rob., rebel in the West, 416.

Vaudrey (Vaudry), Mr., harness from France, 1210; secret service issue, 671.

Vaughan, Althomea, daughter of 2nd Earl of Carbery, lease, Iscoed, 1086, 13801, 1476, 1525, 1731, 1756.

-, Ann, daughter of George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Anne, widow of Serjeant Walter, 1229, 1591.

-, Edward, of Trawscoed, father of John, 460.

-, Frances, daughter of 2nd Earl of Carbery, lease, Iscoed, 1086, 13801, 1476, 1525, 1731, 1756.

-, George, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Henry, coastwaiter's place, London, 707, 2040.

-, -, purveyor and granitor in the Stables, 926, 1114; land in St. James's Park, 1526.

-, John, 3rd Earl of Carbery, 1044.

-, -, infant, stewardship of Mevenydd etc., 325, 460.

-, -, Receiver of Hearthmoney, Wales, 17; lease of Post Groats, 41.

-, Mary, daughter of George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Mr., land in St. James's Park, 658.

-, Oliver, tidewaiter's place, London, 1224.

-, Richard, 2nd Earl of Carbery, 1380, 1476, 1525; Poll arrear, 1044; steward of Brecknock and chamberlain of Brecknock, Radnor and Glamorgan, 820.

-, Roger, Navy bill, 294, 299.

-, Thomas, son of George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, -, a Commissioner of Alienations, 1840, 1888, 1975.

-, Walter, serjeant, Tangier, 1229.

-, -, Receiver of the Royal Aid, co. Pembroke, 1217, 1353, 1502, 1998.

Vaughton, Michael, debtor of L. Santen, New York, 1707.

Vaux, John, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Beds, 1982.

-, Peter de, Poll arrear, 1276.

-, Sir Theodore de, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2183.

Vauxhall see Fauxhall.

Vavasor, Sir Walter, of Haslewood, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks etc., 1696.

Veel (Veale, Veile), Henry, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, John, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Nicholas, Receiver General of Royal and Additional Aids, co. Gloucester, 473, 7567, 977; Commissioner for concealed lands in the Severn, 680.

-, Thomas (brother of Nicholas), Receiver of Hearthmoney, co. Gloucester, 473, 7567.

-, -, customer, Sandwich port, 1560, 1958.

Veere, Jacob Claus, shipmaster, 1700.

Veile see Veel.

Vellom pictures, 733.

Velvet, manufactory of, see Plush.

Venables, David, selling silver toys, 1563.

Venetians in the Morea, 1192.

Venice, 797, 876, 1708, 1725, 1729.
-, ambassadors to and from see Ambassadors.
-, essences, gloves, washballs and pomades, 1708, 1729.
-, lace and point see Lace.
-, masking habits and drawings of, 1974.
-, officers of State, 876.
-, pound weight of, 2000.
-, treacle, 2083.

Venn (Ven), Edw., rebel in the West, 416.

-, Capt. Thomas, comptroller, Bridgwater port, 118, 194, 717, 738, 744, 1767.

Venner, Tho., rebel in the West, 423.

Venns, Mr., Customs prosecution, 1754.

Venting, William, rebel in the West, 418.

Vera Cruz (Mexico), 56.

Verde see Cape Verde.

Verdon, James, of Norwich, undersheriff of Norfolk, prosecuting disloyal aldermen of Norwich, 459, 7067.

-, Samuel, discovering frauds in Norfolk sheriffs' accounts, 840; a Commissioner for Dissenters' fines, Norfolk, 1209, 1236, 1683.

Vere, Aubrey de, 20th Earl of Oxford, pension on First Fruits, 81, 110, 242, 362, 516, 674, 801, 921, 1100, 1282, 1444, 1543, 1690, 1830, 1968, 2097, 2150; Chief Justice in Eyre, 1044; Troop of Horse, 107; Regiment, 791, 1682; Poll arrear, 1044; subsidy arrear, 1044; house near Whitehall, 1929, 1992, 2007.

-, Diana, Countess of Oxford, 1929.

Verge and Court of see Royal (Household).

Verger, Jean (Jean du Verge), French refugee, combmaker, 906, 976.

Veriyard, William, rebel in the West, 419.

Vermicelli, 1846.

Vermuyden, Cornelius, lands at King's Sedgmoor, 1346, 1600.

Vernatti, Philibert, lease, co. Lincoln, 1191, 1652; Mr., discharge, 699, 1046, 2107; collector of Rochester port, 1667, 1711; Papist, 2158.

Verney (Varney), John, Leicester county fine, 476.

-, Sir Ralph, trustee for the Earl and Countess of Lichfield, 759, 1048, 1267, 1357, 1517, 1592, 1784, 1990.

-, Sir Richard, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Warwick etc., 1982.

Vernon, Col. Edward, case against R. Brown, 394, 406, 4667; Needwood Forest, 977; at Windsor, Crown Law case against, 1067, 1684.

-, George, axebearer, Needwood Forest, 1312.

-, James, customer of Chester port, 334, 346, 484, 498, 1310, 1721, 2118, 2149.

-, John, of London, lease, Westminster, 1858.

-, Sir Thomas, Teller of the Exchequer, 178, 239, 383, 920, 1016.

Veron, John, gunner, Tangier, 847.

-, Mr., collector, Liverpool, 852.

Verona (Italy), 876.

Verrio, Antonio, painter, 187, 1181; painting at Windsor in Hy. VIII's Chapel, 89, 115, 237, 328, 533, 1173, 1786; painting in Whitehall, 717, 848, 890, 911, 1173, 1417, 1431, 1507, 1567, 1586, 1597; pension as first painter to the King, 1012, 1702, 1845, 1969, 2118; picture of a sea triumph, 1724; pictures in his house at St. James's, 2163; gardener of St. James's, 290, 496, 806, 1079, 1102, 1315, 1316, 1549, 1702, 1845, 1969, 2163; house in Spring Garden, 585, 587, 589; house at Windsor, 123, 1107; goods for, 663.

Verrou, Dr. Andrew, estates, Ireland, 1830.

Verryer, Constance, gloves for the Great Wardrobe, 1427.

Versailles (France), 105, 893, 11167, 1220, 1221, 1904, 2071, 2116; plan of, 1599; representation of chateau of, 1593.

Vesey, Benj., of Ipswich, sub-commissioner for Sick and Wounded, 1094.

Vespret (Vespreet), Antho., merchant, 1370, 1483.

-, Mr., plants for St. James's Garden, 2163.

-, James, merchant, 1370, 1483.

Viall, John, ship's commander, 2108.

Vickers (Viccars), Edward, collector, Rochester port, 2008.

-, John, of Reigate, 659, 1076.

-, Margery, widow of John, 659, 1076.

-, Richard, Comptroller of the Plantation Duty, Jamaica, 691.

-, William, accomptant to the London brewers, Excise Office, 132, 1458.
-, tidesman, London, 13, 1446, 14756.

Victories of Alexander (prints), 28.

Victualling see Navy; Tangier.

Vidgeon, Tho., tidesman, Lyme, 1500.

Vienna (Austria), 319, 2055.

Vigners (Viguers), John, gent., loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178, 2181, 2183.

Vigniola (Vignola, Signola), Signor (Girolamo), Envoy (Resident) from Venice, 536, 838.

Viguers see Vigners.

Vildey, Edw., rebel in the West, 419.

Vile, Ann, Whitehorse Tavern in the Strand, 1952.

-, Edward, rebel in the West, 422.

-, John, smith, Chelsea Hospital works, 1848.

-, Samuel, son of Ann, Customs place, 1952.

-, -, see Oil.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 423.

Viles, Thomas, rebel in the West, 423.

Ville, Antoine Chevalier de, French engineer, work on fortifications, 4.

Villiers (Villers), Lady Barbara, pension out of Post fines, 90, 121, 1669; pension out of Coinage Duty, 121, 779, 1034, 1246; pension out of the Court of Wards, 121.

-, Sir Edward (temp. James I), husband of Barbara, and master worker of the Mint, 121, 821.

-, Sir Edward, Knight Marshal, 52, 121, 1635; executor of Barbara Villiers, 121, 779; trustee for the Duke of Northumberland, 397; grant of prizage of wines for said Duke, 1589, 16346; grant out of the Post Office for the Duchess of Cleveland, 52; lease of Richmond manor and ferry, 1355, 1563; Troop of Horse, 929; grant of lighthouses, Tynemouth, 1460, 1643.

-, Edward Fitzgerald, lands, Ireland, 1998.

-, Francis, Lieutenant of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 1405.
-, a Teller in the Exchequer, 12, 1033, 1198, 1238, 1267, 1505.

-, Eleanor, executor of Lady Barbara, 121.

-, George, lands, Ireland, 567.

-, -, 5th Duke of Buckingham, Master of the Horse, 119; building at Wallingford House, 854, 1055; subsidy arrear, 1044; lands, 951, 1157, 1950; death of, 1322.

-, -, 4th Visct. Grandison, executor of Barbara Villiers, 121, 779; trustee for the Duke of Northumberland, 397; grant of prizage of wines for said Duke, 1589, 1634-6; trustee for the Duchess of Cleveland, 450, 1286, 1634; grant out of the Post Office for said Duchess, 52; Nonsuch Park, 470, 478; H. Banson's Excise debt, 663, 1019, 1032, 1681, 1828; Poll arrear, 1390.

-, Capt. Henry, Lieut.-Governor of Tynemouth, 1460, 1643; grant of lighthouses, Tynemouth, 1463; Company of Foot, 1611.

-, Katherine, wife of Edward, lands, Ireland, 1998.

-, Lady, going to Holland, 752.

-, Mary, widow of 5th Duke of Buckingham, goods for, 925.

-, Sir William, issues to, for the Stables, under the Master of the Horse, 377, 5823, 606, 628, 639, 656, 668, 677, 699, 737, 874, 948, 1007, 1081, 1135, 1275, 1353, 1410, 1471, 1481, 1482, 1506, 1598, 1615, 1634, 1659, 1690, 1728, 1734, 1758, 1768, 2020, 2029, 2094, 2097, 2098; lease, co. Leicester, 719; custodiam lease, co. Warwick, 8.

Vilvoorden (Brabant), 1906.

Vimare, Monsieur, officer serving the Venetians in the Morea, 1192.

Vincent, Geo., messenger attending the Treasury, 2161.

-, Gideon, French refugee, 1831, 1874.

-, Henry, lands, Tywaunharle, 1519.

-, John, rebel in the West, 416.

-, -, debtor of L. Santen, New York, 1706.

-, Mr., trial in the West, 1684.

-, Nathaniel, lands, Ireland, 570.

-, Samuel, victualler of the Navy, 737, 1799.

-, Shadrack, collector, Fowey port, discovering tin frauds, 282, 537, 591, 666, 695, 788, 1027, 1028, 1096, 1229, 1263, 1271, 1308, 1345, 1599, 1683.

-, William, trustee for Prince Charles I's lands, 868.

Vincke, John de, partner of Hy. Cornish, cloth merchant, 472.

Vine, John, tenant, Lindhurst, 1106.

Vinegar, duty on, see Wine.

Vineing, Ambrose, rebel in the West, 422.

Viney, John, an engineer in the Mint, 533.

-, Sam., rebel in the West, 423.

Vinicott, Joseph, rebel in the West, 419.

Vinnicombe, William, boatman, Exmouth, 872.

Vintners' Company, London, master and wardens of, 387, 679, 1662; freedom of, 679; charter, 679; freedom of, used for evasion of wine licences see Wine (Licences).

Virgin, the, pictures of, 992; marriage of, picture of, 992.

VIRGINIA, 351, 382, 512.
-, Aronoco tobacco, 1295.
-, Assembly of, 495, 509, 51011, 537, 710, 812, 1296; clerk of, 511; Journal of, 1295; Acts of, 1376, 1691.
-, Attorney General see Jennings, Mr.
-, auditor (see Bacon, Col. N., Bird, W.), 50910, 709, 710, 1270, 1460, 1644.
-, bills of exchange from, 508.
-, Book of Virginia in the Plantation Office, 475.
-, charter, 509.
-, Commander-in-Chief see Virginia (Governor).
-, Commissioners for affairs of, under Charles II, 1691.
-, Council, 495, 512, 709, 1296, 1307, 1324, 1453, 1644, 1691, 1692; members of, 1691 bis.
-, County Courts, 510.
-, currency, state of, 509; raising tariff of coins, 1307, 1340.
-, Customs frauds and regulations, setting out ports etc., 1376; officers, 307, 1433, 1434, 1576, see Mein, P., Dyre, W., Page, J., Ludwell, P., Jennings, P., Curtis, J., Stringer, J.; Customs survey, 2044; proposal for farming the Customs, 1042, 1299; Customs ships to guard the coast, 965.
-, escheats, fines and forfeitures, 495, 510, 710, 811; rate of, 509; perquisites of the Governor, 1461, 1491.
-, export duty on tobacco (2s. per hogshead), 491, 495, 510, 1538, 1588, 1692.
-, export of deer skins, 710, 811.
-, fishery in, supply of salt for, 1565, 1639.
-, flag, raising in, 1489.
-, Fort James, gunner at, 510.
-, General Court, 5089.
-, gold and silver mines in, 34, 3889, 469, 10712, 1232.
-, Governor of see Berkeley, Sir W., Colepeper, Lord T., Jeffreys, Col. H., Howard, Lord F. of Effingham, 4910, 1296, 1307, 1324, 1381, 1404, 1453, 1489, 1588, 1691, 1692, 1717; rent of Governor's lands, 710; Governor's Company of soldiers, 1270; salary and perquisites, 474 5, 511, 812; chapel furniture for, 401, 763; Commanderin-Chief, 1381; Colepeper's accounts as Governor, 709 10, 81012, 12946, 14601, 1489, 1588, 1595; Colepeper forfeiting his office of Governor, 1295.
-, Guard House, 811, 1489.
-, hurricane, 709.
-, Indians in, 389, 507, 710, 811, 1071, 1295, 1325; tribute, 1691; decay of their towns, 1691.
-, kidnapping or shipping apprentices to, 671, 766.
-, levy in, 510.
-, Lieutenant Governor of (see Chicheley, Sir H.), 709, 1296, 1325.
-, Major General of see Smith, R.
-, merchants, 159, 1295; Merchant Adventurers of, 1521.
-, Navy ships employed in and stores for same, 182, 487, 495, 811, 1045, 1092, 1295, 1450, 1483, 1587, 1600, 1843, 2112; stores for ships at, 487.
-, Northern Neck and Southern Track, Lord Colepeper's interest in, and question of purchase of by the King, 507, 509, 510, 710, 12946, 2000, 20178, 2061.
-, passengers to, 681.
-, ports of clearance, 1483.
-, pirates' goods, 1678.
-, Plantation duties, 433; officers, 726.
-, rebellion and disorders in, 509, 510, 512, 1092, 1559, and see Virginia (tobacco plant cutting).
-, revenue and quit rents and issues out of, 389, 402, 495, 507, 5089, 510, 546, 811, 1296, 1404, 1539, 1588, 1595, 1691, 1692; insufficiency of, 1295; accounts of, 495, 510; yearly accounts of, 1692; receiver of, 1404; effect of English duty on tobacco trade of, 512, 537.
-, seal for, 2016.
-, secretary of (see Spencer, H.), 509, 1270, 1324.
-, sheriffs, 508.
-, ships, seizures of, 910; trading to, 928, 1240, 15934, 1600, 1692, 1892, and see Virginia (Navy).
-, soldiers in, 495, 510, 512, 709, 710, 1295, 1296, 1588; two Foot Companies in, 81011; Disbandment Commissioners for, 1270; Capt. Mutlow's Company, 255.
-, Southern Track see Virginia (Northern Neck).
-, tobacco from and tobacco traders with, 287, 317, 340, 352, 355, 357, 491, 710, 873, 922, 953, 1010, 1240, 1403, 1453, 15212, 1538, 1691 2, 1753, 1893, 2086; scarcity of, 5089; portage allowance on, to shipmasters, 928; price of, 1295; export duty on see Virginia (export); bill to restrict tobacco planting, 1376.
-, tobacco plant cutting disorder, 510, 546, 709, 810, 1296.
-, tribute beaver and see Virginia (Indians), 495, 710, 1691.
-, wine licences, 495, 1691.

Vitus, Sir Ignatius, see White.

Vivian, Elizabeth (formerly Hore), tenant, Austell Prior, 860, 913.

-, Isaac, boatman, Newhaven, 729.

-, Jacob, boatman, Newhaven, 349, 535, 991.

-, John, boatman, Newhaven, 1153.

-, Lucy, tenant, Austell Prior, 913.

-, Mr., landwaiter's place, London, 1312.

Vlie (Holland), 183.

Volary buildings see Whitehall.

-, keeper see St. James's Park.

Volat, Abraham, of Colchester, postmaster, 1676.

Vosper, Capt. James, royalist indigent officer, 2051.

Vosse (Voss), Morris, see Furse.

-, Patrick, vintner, surety of J. Nash, 1722, 1772.

Votiere (Votear), Capt. John, 195.

Voyce, Mr., victualler in the Minories, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1673.

Vring, Nathaniell, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

Vuljohn, Elizabeth, widow of John, 1629, 1751, 1790, 1821.

-, John, Groom of the Poultry and Scalding House, pension for his children, 1629, 1751, 1790, 1821.

Vyner, John, merchant, London, 260.

-, -, Plumley's forfeited estate, 1966.

-, Robert (nephew of Sir Robert), Groom in the Jewel Office, 2083.

-, Sir Robert, King's goldsmith, goldworks delivered to the Jewel Office and issues for, 76, 7980, 82, 97, 115, 133, 149, 157, 234, 2434, 265, 297, 332, 377, 476, 489, 522, 583, 648, 677, 723, 794, 899, 1038, 1239, 1252, 1274, 1395, 1471, 1482, 1489, 1528, 1531, 1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 15434, 1586, 1598, 1615, 1647, 1659, 1679, 1714, 1728, 1735, 2028; interest accounts, 2040; books, papers and goods in the Jewel Office, 2083; banker's assignments, 1723, 1725; banker's patent, 838, 849; creditors, 2031; outlawry, 2045; estate, London, 1748; N. Veel's debt, 756; house in Lombard Street rented for the Post Office, 1515, 1651; Hearthmoney Farmer (1666), 1534.

-, Thomas, officer of the Jewel House, 243, 244; executor of Sir Robert, 2083.

W

Wade (Waade), Henry, merchant, copper blanks for the Mint, 1996.

-, John, shipmaster, 118.

-, Nathaniel, rebel in the West, 836.
-, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

-, Samuel, lands, Ireland, 550.

-, Thomas, waiter, Whitby port, 1792.

-, William, officers' debt to, Tangier, 843; Mr., house at Tangier, 304.

Wadford, William, rebel in the West, 415.

Wadham, Richard, rebel in the West, 419.

Wadker, William, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Wadlow, John, junr., 152.

-, -, senr., First Wine Act accounts, 152, 267, 6034, 652, 1289, 1595, 1787, 1893, 1918, 2027, 20356.

Wagge, William, tenant, Windsor, 1703.

Waggitt, Widow, tenant, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

Waggoner, Peter, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

Waggons, proposals for regulating, 838.

Waggott, Tho., rebel in the West, 422.

Wagstaffe, John, of Gloucester, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Gloucester etc., 1696.

-, Sir Joseph, lessee of the export of lampernes, 1419, 1667, 2025.

-, Mary, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Moses, rebel in the West, 420.

Wainwright, Thomas, watchman, London port, 1154.

Waite (Wayte), William, Keeper of the Privy Garden, gardener at Whitehall, 115, 131.

Waites, John, Recusant, Toft, co. Cambridge, 1923.

Wake, James, rebel in the West, 422.

-, John, shipmaster, 1628.

-, Thomas, ship's captain, 795.

Wakefield, John, watchman, London port, 186.

Wakefield Walk see Whittlewood Forest.

Walkeman, Sir Geo., wine licences proposal, 1387.

-, Robert, coastwaiter, Bristol, 2108.

Wakering, Little (co. Essex), 2089, 2093.

-, Much (co. Essex), 2089, 2090.

Wakes Coppice see Salcey Forest.

Walbanke (Walbanck), Arthur, custodiam lease, co. Beds, 1207.

-, Robert, tidesman, Bristol, 96, 519.

Walbrook see St. John Baptist.

Walch see Walsh.

Walcott (Wallcott), Sir Thomas, a Justice of the King's Bench, 1, 278, 325, 4767.

Waldegrave (Waldgrave, Walgrave), Charles, Army pension, 1282, 1470, 1710.

-, Henry, 1st Lord Waldegrave, lodgings, Whitehall, 1478, 1660; horses for France, 1654; Comptroller of the Household, 1790, 1849, 1950, 2050, 2056, 2063, 2102, 2116; Envoy Extraordinary to France, 2102, 2107, 2120.

-, Mris., lodgings, 210, 1816; goods for the Queen, 925, 1638, 2105.

-, Philip, lord of Langenhoe manor, Essex, 580, 791, 978, 1668.

Walden (Waldon), John, rebel in the West, 809, 855, 1246.

-, Sir Lionel, Regiment of Foot in the New Raised Forces, 406, 687, 1432; Commissioner for the Hounslow encampment, 1814, 1833.

Waldern (and see Waldron), Anne, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Christian, son of Anne, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Joseph, son of Anne, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Mary, daughter of Anne, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Richard, son of Anne, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, William, son of Anne, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Waldo, Elizabeth, tenant, Hackney, 878.

Waldringfield manor (co. Suffolk), 356.

Waldron (and see Waldern), Col. Henry, see Walrond.

-, John, sheriff of Coventry, 161; royal bounty to, 214.

-, Sam., rebel in the West, 415.

Wale, Edward, rebel in the West, 416.

- (alias Penruddock), Jane, petition for Customs place for her husband, 1388, 1453.

-, Mr., husband of Jane, a merchant, 1388, 1453.

-, Mr., ship's captain, 2102.

Walen, Mr., Crown witness against Wright, 2106.

WALES, 47, 124, 151, 217, 333, 467, 1675, 1832.
-, assizes, 1960.
-, auditor of, 126, see Godolphin, Sir W.; deputy to, see Tudor, T., Humphreys, R.
-, counterfeiters in, 1653.
-, Crown lands and revenues, 909, 1239; receivers of, 126.
-, Customs officers, 928.
-, dominion of, statute for, 1113.
-, Duchy or Principality, 1236, 2045; seal for, 2016.
-, Excise sub-farm, 128.
-, Hearthmoney, 494; arrears, 1050; receiver of, see Gwynn, R., Vaughan, J.; sub farm (see Hearthmoney farm), 6, 127; survey, 179.
-, inns, alehouses etc., in, 739, 807.
-, Judges of (and in Chester), fees and salaries to, 14, 80, 224, 273, 489, 594, 735, 830, 1101, 1198, 1311, 1364, 1634, 1768, 1924, 1991, and see Wales (North revenues); Wales (South revenues).
-, Denbigh, Flint and Montgomery, chief and second Judges, 278, 1311.
-, Carnarvon, Anglesea and Merioneth, chief and second Judges, 279, 1311.
-, Brecon, Radnor and Glamorgan, chief and second Judges, 278, 1311.
-, Carmarthen, Pembroke, and Cardigan, chief and second Judges, 278, 1311, 1633, 1883.
-, language of, 1733.
-, Marches, President and Council of, 1633, 1837; diet etc. of the Court and Household at Ludlow and provision for an honourable stable, 1556, 634, 972, 1310; fee for, out of the Crown revenue of Wales, 1837; Judges at Ludlow, chief Judge and third Judge, 1311, 1633; Lord President of see Beauford, Duke of; Steward of the Household, 155, see Jervis, J.
-, Prince of, see Prince; King (Charles I).
-, Recusants, 791, 795.
-, sheriffs, 17.

-, NORTH:
-, audit, 2045.
-, auditor, 177, 916, 1603, see Fanshaw, Mr.
-, Chamberlain see Bulkeley, Visct.
-, chantry rents, 1428.
-, Comptroller of pleas, fines and amercements, 1468.
-, Crown revenues, payments, annuities, Judges' fees etc. out of, 213, 604, 727, 748, 131011, 1428, 1468, 16034, 1633, 1640, 1659, 1700, 1854.
-, Hearthmoney, Receiver General of, 493, 548, 596, see Price, T., Probert, W., Tempest, W.
-, inns, alehouses etc. in, 870.
-, Principality of, 120, 829.
-, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, 604, 829, 1310, 1428, 1529, 1603, see Whitley, T., Harcourt, G., Wynne, M.
-, Recusants, Receiver General for, see Every, J.
-, riding surveyor of Customs for, 613.
-, sheriffs, 1603.

-, SOUTH:
-, audit, 1537, 1604, 2045.
-, auditor, 779, 1604; deputy auditor, 1604, and see Wales (auditor).
-, Crown revenues, annuities, perquisites and fees out of, 604, 131011, 14289, 1554, 16034, 1633, 1654, 1668, 1837, 1883, 1986, 2170.
-, Excise officers, 851.
-, Hearthmoney, Receiver General of, see Gibbs, Capt. E., Probert, W., Price, T.
-, messenger attending the audit, 1429.
-, Principality, 460, 1699.
-, ministers, 1604.
-, Receiver General of Assessments, 231, 1041, 1042, 1160, see Stradling, M.
-, Receiver General of Crown Lands, 1310, 1604, 2140, 2170, see Lloyd, B., Nash, J.
-, setting out ports of, 443.
-, sheriffs, 1604, 2140.

Walford, Michael, searcher, Beachley, 13; surveyor, Lyme Regis, 13, 14, 1079, 1500.

-, Samuel, making medals for the Mint, 607, 1003.

Walgrave (co. Northampton), 779.

Walker, Anne, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Anthony, collector of Tenths, York archbishopric, 21, 1033, 2133.

-, Isaac, lands, Ireland, 555.

-, John, boatman, Dover, 1193.

-, -, Usher of the Exchequer Court, liberates for Exchequer Court, 110, 281, 295, 489, 614, 629, 853, 1054, 1082, 1152, 1252, 1269, 1466, 1597, 1651, 1729, 1818, 2028, 2123, 2138.

-, Margaret, wife of Isaac, 555.

-, Mr., Chandler, Scotland Yard, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1671.

-, -, attorney, Crown Law payments to, 1046, 1067, 1068, 16845, 2106.

-, -, Excise Office gauger of imported liquors at the Custom House, 132, 800.

-, -, collector, Exeter port, 245.

-, Nicho., Quaker, co. Cambridge, 633.

-, Richard, surveyor, Excise Office, 1458, 1913.

-, Robert, Poll arrear, Household, 1390.

-, William, gunner, Tangier, 847.

-, -, rebel in the West, 419.

Walking, C., for the Prince of Denmark, 322.

Wall, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, William, sheriff of Gloucester, 311, 436, 498.

Wallace (Wallas), Capt. James, customership of Berwick port, 229, 285.

-, Stamford, rector of St. Thomas', Winchester, 1060, 1169, 1263, 1305, 1665.

Wallasey Pool (co. Chester), 1110.

Wallen, John, noontender, London, 9, 64, 1772.

-, Margaret, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

Wallenger see Wallinger.

Waller, Edmund, junr., of the Inner Temple, Reuse's estate, 1876.

-, John, tenant, Speldhurst, Kent, 883.

-, -, executed for murder, 145.

-, Peter, wool exporter, Dover, 1789.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633; of Swaffham Prior, 1923.

-, Sir Thomas, farmer of prizage and butlerage of wines, 397, 1589.

-, Sir William, farmer of prizage and butlerage of wines, 397, 1589, 1635, 1959.

Walley see Whalley.

Wallinger (Wallenger), Walter, Secondary in the Pipe Office, 525, 1770.

Wallingfeild, Sam., Quaker, Suffolk, 631.

Wallingford (co. Berks), 1696, 1982.

-, House, Old Spring Garden, 854, 996, 1000, 1055, 1378, 1398, 1801; Garden, 1398.

Wallington in Carshalton, co. Surrey, 886.

Wallis, James, searcher, Berwick, 2034.

-, Jose, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Thomas, of Kenilworth, Recusant, 1123.

-, William, merchant, masts from New England, 1268, 1418.

-, -, issuing oats at Tangier, 1890.

-, -, Queen Dowager's Regiment at Plymouth, 1308.

Wallop, Robert, regicide, estate, 1868, 1988.

Walmer Castle (co. Kent), Governor or Commander of, 436, 605.
-, smuggling in, 501, 605.
-, under porter of, 605.

Walmesley, Richard, of Dunkenhalgh, co. Lancs, 1362, 2104.
-, grant of Furness manor, 1290.

Walney (co. Lancs), 1361, 1362.

Walpole (Walpoole), Robert, of Houghton, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk etc., 1805; ditto, co. Cambridge, 2028.

Walrond (Walronds and see Waldern, Waldron), Col. Henry, senr., Chief Judge, Barbados, 60; money voted to him in Barbados, 444, 463, 47980, 492, 544, 1050, 1064, 1079, 1166, 1176, 1187, 1210, 1216, 1257, 1285, 1297, 1316, 1329, 1366, 1376, 1392, 1419-20, 1459; Commissioner to enquire of Hispaniola treasure, 1866.

-, Henry, of He Brewers, debt to J. Hucker, 1090.

-, John, rebel in the West, 418.

Walscraft Deanery, Lincoln diocese, 2079.

Walsh (Walch, Welche, Welsh), Edward, lands, co. Worcester, 1759.

-, Sir Robert, Army pension, 537, 583; royal bounty, 1133.

-, Steph., rebel in the West, 422.

-, Thomas, of Bridport, carrier, rebel in the West, 415, 2004.

-, William, coachman to the Stables, 1119, 1134.

-, -, Customs fraud information, 744, 948, 1307.

-, -, searcher, Sandwich, 1298.

Walsh, alias Ballynemoney (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Walsingham, Ursula, tenant, Otford, Kent, 886.

Walsingham (co. Norfolk), 464.

Walter, Elizabeth, widow of F., Lord Dacre, and of D. Walter, Countess of Shepey, 1147.

-, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Sir John, lease, Linkenhorne, Cornwall, 144.

-, -, trustee for Prince Charles I's lands, 1605, 1700.

-, Richard, tenant, Rosemarket, 909.

-, -, of Mare, surety of the Sheriff of Stafford, 541, 573.

-, Rowland, killing Sir Charles Pym, 2051.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Sir William, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2179.

Walters, Gamaliel, lands, Ireland, 559.

-, George and his wife, Quakers, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Thomas, private sentinel, Tangier, 901, 910.

-, William, rebel in the West, 424.

Waltham Forest, Lieutenant of, see Harvey, Sir E.
-, Lord Warden of, see Lindsey, Earl of.
-, King's staghounds in, 1883.
-, land purchased to be added to, 1006.
-, officers and underkeepers of, issues for, 167, 174, 214, 241, 723, 724, 740, 1302, 1318, 1898, 1904.
-, ranger, 214, 724, 1318, 1904.
-, timber and underwood felled in, 485, 598, 1076, 1096, 1112, 1486, 1945, 1961.
-, woodward see Jones, Gilbert.
-, Chapel Henault Walk, 731, 1318, 1904; woodward see Jones, G.; keeper of, see Burton, P.
-, Gravel Pit Bushes, 1961.
-, Hamfrith (Homfrith) Woods, 214, 238, 724, 1904.
-, King's Grove, 400, 485, 675.
-, Leason Grove, 598, 602.
-, Leighton Walk, 214, 238, 724, 1318, 1473, 1904.
-, Loughton Walk, 214, 238, 724, 1318, 1904.
-, Queen's Grove, 400, 485, 675.
-, Walthamstow Walk, 214, 238, 724, 1318, 1904.
-, Walwood Woods, 47, 214, 238, 724, 1318, 1904.
-, Woodford Walk, 214, 238, 724, 1318, 1904.

Walthamstow Walk see Waltham Forest.

Walthew, John, Groom of the Privy Chamber to the Queen Dowager, 404; Poll arrear, 1391.

Walton (Waughton, Wauton), Charles, selling lands at Great Staughton to the King, 233, 1333, 1575.
-, son of Valentine, 2067.

-, John and his wife, Quakers, co. Northumberland, 631.

-, Mr., repairing ceiling in the Banquetting House, 1986.

-, Samuel, purveyor of fresh fish to the King, 405, 1056, 1194, 12934.

-, Valentine, treason, manor of Great Staughton, 1332, 1575, 2067.

-, William, regarder of New Forest, 281.

-, -, Quaker, co. Northumberland, 631.

Walton (co. Derby), 537.

- cum Fazakerley (co. Lancs), 1021.

-, East (co. Pembroke), 1654.

- on the Naze (co. Essex), 2090.

Walwood see Waltham Forest.

Wamsmore (? near Warwick), 1123.

Wandesford, Sir Christopher, senr. and junr., baronet fee, 1441.

Wandsworth (co. Surrey), 1673.

Wanley, Nicho., landwaiter, London, 1253, 1599, 1605.

Wannell, Henry, weighing porter, Plymouth, 859.

Wansey, Robert, rebel in the West, 424.

Wanstead (co. Essex), 400.

Wappell, Peter, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Wappenbury (co. Warwick), 1123.

Wapping (co. Middlesex), 885, 1317.

War, Edward, of Thornborough (co. Bucks), 2085.

War, Secretary at, see Army.

-, first Dutch, 246, 436, 1736, 1766; Dutch captures in, 491.

-, second Dutch, 231, 245, 246, 346, 436, 468, 511, 810, 918, 954, 1015, 1042, 1049, 1182, 1454, 1736; prizes in, see Prizes; sick and wounded in, see Sick.

- with Moors at Tangier see Tangier war; Algiers (ships).

- with Sallee see Sallee.

Warburton (Warberton), John, ship's commander, 892.

-, Mr., manager of the Post Office, Ireland, 1340.

-, Thomas, Deputy Comptroller, Chester, 1948.

Warcup, Edmund, Justice, Popish plot, 451.

Ward, Ann, wife of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Antho., Bunches Close, Soho, 1773.

-, Edward, 2nd Lord Ward of Birmingham (afterwards Lord Dudley), Hearthmoney riot, Worcester, 651, 1397.

-, Henry, Quaker, Norfolk, 633, 1006, 1303.

-, Sir James, Crown Law case against, 2105; merchant of London, 2127; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177, 2178.

-, John, messenger of the Duchy of Cornwall, 34, 1719.

-, -, lease, Cornwall (1664), 693, 804, 1851.

-, -, citron importer, 1549.

-, -, of the Jury of Goldsmiths for Trial Pieces, 2127.

-, -, executor of Philip, 1387.

-, -, collector, Sandwich port, 500; King's waiter, London port, 818, 836, 866, 892, 895, 1168, 1327, 1500.

-, Marmaduke, tenant, Hempholme, 1367.

-, Mary, Quaker, co. Leicester, 632.

-, Michael see Ossory, Bishop of.

-, Penelope, executrix of Philip, 1387, 1453.

-, Philip, clerk in the office of Pleas, King's Bench, 459, 950, 1387, 1453, 16601, 1683.

-, Richard, tenant, Hempholme, 1368; tenant, Windsor, 1703.

-, Samuel, King's waiter, London port, 1728, 1813.

-, Seth, Bishop of Sarum, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, 43, 2056, 242, 484, 638, 698, 837, 1165, 1319, 1483, 1547, 1873, 1979.

-, Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.
-, of Aston Cantlow, Recusant, 1123.

Wardell, John, perjury, 627.

Warden, Mr., shoemaker, Brentford, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1674.

-, Col. William, lands, Ireland, 563.

Warden (co. Beds), Old Warren, Warden Street and Broome Close, 888.

Wardour, Edward, surveyor of landwaiters, London, 1594, 2031.

-, William, Clerk of the Pells, 44, 74, 130, 142, 262, 431, 704, 805, 835, 854, 1016, 1064, 1224, 1253, 1267, 1307, 1308, 1334, 1373, 1420, 1449, 1871, 1998, 2033; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2176.

WARDROBE, GREAT:
-, accounts see Wardrobe (Master); to be kept in English, 21.
-, arras workers, 116, 399, 486, 663, 1799, see Pointz, F., Vandebase, J., Parez., J.
-, books of, 1151.
-, clerk of, 217, see Townshend, T.; ancient fee of poundage to, 578, 756, 757.
-, Commissioners see Wardrobe (Master).
-, Comptroller of, see Benion, G., Phillips, Col. R.
-, Coronation provisions, liveries etc., 6971, 86, 130.
-, debt, 50, 66.
-, estimates for details, furniture, robes etc. and orders for delivery of same, 5, 24, 28, 41, 44, 103, 124, 125, 126, 141, 157, 165, 170, 184, 193, 195, 202, 2056, 242, 251, 258, 278, 291, 292, 294, 308, 3201, 329, 3356, 336, 341 2, 342, 345, 355, 361, 376, 401, 407, 428, 4345, 451, 463, 486, 643, 651, 695, 725, 7624, 788, 872, 875, 915, 9345, 960, 971, 9834, 1040, 1112, 1558, 1817, 1849, 19089; public provisions out of, of presents etc., 332, 342, 362.
-, feather dresser to, 1428.
-, fees out of, 299.
-, fire in, 358.
-, glover to, 1427.
-, goods, materials and furniture served into, by tradesmen and names of said tradesmen, 20, 66, 219, 849, 865, 940, 1035, 1063, 1079, 1112, 1151, 1168, 1286, 1303, 1354, 1364, 1395, 1407, 1415, 1427, 14278, 1436, 1530, 1796, 1797, 1926.
-, haberdasher to, 1427.
-, heraldic painters' work for, 980, 1771, see Blackmore, R.
-, hosier to, 1427.
-, hire of furniture for, 2162, 2164.
-, imprests to, see Wardrobe (Master).
-, - and issues, method of, 5, 20.
-, joiner to, 1427.
-, laceman to, 1427.
-, liveries and allowances payable in or issuable out of, 8, 20, 139, 250, 294, 358, 397, 407, 578, 728, 732, 756, 954, 984, 1109, 1130, 1329, 1366, 1444, 1534, 1558, 1598, 1626, 1663, 1702, 1718, 1728, 1736, 1754, 1761, 1929, 1986.
-, Master of, 69 (see Montagu, Lord R., Preston, Visct. R.); accounts, 50, 217, 271, 291, 358, 372, 399, 401, 440, 700, 865, 972, 1817; issues and imprests to, 517, 599, 607, 677, 815, 870, 874, 1007, 1018, 1038, 1049, 1093, 1189, 1198, 1235, 1246, 1315, 1354, 1416, 1471, 1506, 1530, 1531, 1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1586, 1598, 1614, 1615, 1659, 1715, 1757, 1768, 1797, 1813, 1834, 1861, 1912, 1924, 1940, 1980, 2020, 2050, 2069, 2162, 2164; payments by, 1035, 1354, 1415, 1427, 1436, 1799, 2164; Commissioners [for the office of Master] of the Wardrobe (see Darcy, M., Benyon, G., Philips, R.) and issues to J. Knight under them for the Wardrobe, 20, 80, 123, 156, 170, 181, 187, 297, 332, 365, 372, 960, 984, 1303; their accounts, 778; payments by, 279, 372.
-, maundy, supplies for, 24, 74, 111, 334, 651, 1239, 1264.
-, mourning, deliveries for, 66, 74, 1530, 1531, 1532.
-, officers, 700.
-, packer to, 1427.
-, pensions out of, 1109.
-, purchases for, method of, under J. Knight, 778.
-, regulation of, 376.
-, retrenchment in, 111.
-, sempstress to, 1427.
-, servants to the late King, arrears of, payable in, 2, 8, 39, 278, 1142, 1149, 1391, 2141.
-, shoemaker to, 1427.
-, surveyor of, see Darcy, M.
-, tailors, 116, 326, 399, 644, 1427, 1590, 1799.
-, tapestries, 193, 643; purchase of, from Hewer, see Hewer, W.
-, tradesmen and artificers, for their names see under Wardrobe goods, 20, 50, 756, 1083, 1354, 14278, 2164; debts due to, 65, 5278.
-, trunkmaker to, 14278.
-, warrants for services, 1383.
-, weighing and measuring of fringes etc., 20.
-, yeoman tailor and portitor, 1590, see Magenis, A., Nott, R.

-, REMOVING:
-, Coronation robes, 103.
-, of beds, establishment, 437, 486.
-, provisions for, 126, 763, 1909.
-, servants of, see Kinnersley, P., Hume, P., Chase, J.

- STANDING (Whitehall):
-, furniture for, 934.
-, keeper of, see Rogers, F.
-, at Hampton Court see Hampton Court.
-, at St. James's, keeper of, 401, see Kinnersley, Mr.
-, at Windsor see Windsor.

Wards and Liveries, Court of, 91.
-, pension out of, 121.
-, records in, rotting condition of, 1577, 1867.
-, repairs, 134.
-, rooms near Westminster Hall, 601.
-, usher of, 91.

Wardtown (Lune barony, co. Meath), 570.

Wareham (co. Dorset), 1928.

Waring, James, Judge of the Court Merchant at Tangier, 151; customer of Berwick, 315, 372, 392, 1155, 1195.

-, John, searcher of Chester port, 159, 209, 508, 16534.

-, - (Manwaring, John), Commissioner to seize F. Charlton's estate, 1186, 1347, 1388, 1476, 1498, 1650, 1659, 1684, 2106.

Warkehouse see Workhouse.

Warkman see Workman.

Warne, Aves, wife of William, tenant, Ellingham, 1510.

-, Richard, regarder, New Forest, 2801.

-, Thomas Avis, son of William, 1510.

-, William, tenant, Ellingham, 1510.

Warner, Edward, of London, merchant, lands, Suffolk, 1819.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Geo., rebel in the West, 419.

-, John, Master of the King's and Queen's Barges, 963; interest for his houses at Greenwich bought by the King, 398, 434, 1006, 1405, 1570, 1598.

-, -, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Jose, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Mr., boatman and tidesman, Lyme Regis, 1928, 1949.

-, -, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, Nicho., rebel in the West, 415.

-, Peter, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Thomas, of Packnell, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Gloucester etc., 1696.

-, William, rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, sub-collector of Tenths, Gloucester bishopric, 412.

Warr, Sir Fra., Commissioner for rebels in the West, 545.

-, Tho., rebel in the West, 420.

Warren, Capt., Crown Law payment to, 2106.

-, Christopher, customer of Plymouth port, 21, 82, 5867, 1202, 2034.

-, Edward, lands, Ireland, 567.

-, George, son of John, lease, Ryme, 252.

-, John, a Justice of Chester, 80, 200, 278, 1202; Justice of Denbigh, Flint and Montgomery, 1311.

-, -, son of John, lease, Ryme, 270.

-, -, lease, Ryme, 252, 270.

-, -, tenant, Granway, Kent, 886; tenant, Ripple, 883.

-, Capt. John (? New England), 2073.

-, Joseph, tenant, Ryme, 270.

-, Margaret, wife of John, lease, Ryme, 252, 270.

-, Mary, pension, Ireland, 1746.

-, Nathaniel, of Stapleford, viewing Sherwood Forest timber, 936.

-, Robert, son of Christopher, customer, Plymouth port, 21, 82, 5867, 1202.

-, Sir William, Navy masts contract, 795.

Warrener, Stephen, shipmaster, 269, 891, 1081.

-, William, tenant, Hempholme, 1367.

Warrens, making of, by tenants without the King's consent, 942.

Warrington, Francis, tenant, Macclesfield, 1337.

-, Laurence, tenant, Macclesfield, 1335.

Warrington (co. Lancs), 935; post-bag to, 1535.

Warry, George, lands, Devon, 18067.

Warter (co. Yorks), vicarage, 1978.

Warwick, Philip, Envoy Extraordinary to Sweden, 184, 618, 696; pension, 449.

-, Sir Philip, payment to his executors, 636.

Warwick town, 1805; Recusants in, 1128.

- county, 8, 526, 575, 578, 600, 782, 1332, 1725, 1849.

- -, fee farms, 1240.

- -, Hearthmoney, 1793.

- -, inns in, 870, 943.

- -, Recusants in, 454, 112229, 1933, 1952; Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines, 1805, 1982.

- -, tobacco planting in, 12, 392.

Washbeer, Edward, soldier, Tangier, 1059.

Washes Hayes [Washers Bog] (Shillelogher barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Washington, Catherine, daughter of Col., 245.

-, Col., lands, co. Notts, 245.

-, Elizabeth, wife of Col., 245.

-, Mary, daughter of Col., 245.

-, Penelope, daughter of Col., 245.

Wason, Robert, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Wassele, Abraham, lord of Eton manor and owner of Buckingham side of the Thames, 327.

Wassenaer, Br. de, Dutch Ambassador's [? secretary], 87.

Watchet Creek (co. Somerset), 2073.

Watchmaker to the King see King's (watchmaker).

Watcombe (co. Devon), 637.

Water Fryston see Ferry Frystone.

Water pieces (species of paper), prohibition of export of, 1293.

Waterfleet Creek (co. Essex), 2093.

Waterford city (Ireland), 570, 1209, 1280, 1313, 1744, 1780, 1949, 1954, 1998, 2120; Liberties, 570.

- county, 1954.

Waterhouse, Noble, wool exporter 1657; waiter, Rye, 729.

-, Rainsford, of London, merchant, 1681.

Waterman, Christopher, son of Sir George, 446.

-, Sir George, shares in Bermudas lands, 446, 1741.

-, Mary, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Robert, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

Waterperry (co. Oxford), 455, 456.

Waters, Ann, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Eliz., daughter of Robert, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Henry, apparitor, 1035.

-, Jasper, selling wine at Colchester without licence, 1205.

-, John, steward of Dauntsey manor, co. Wilts, 1589.

-, James, of Tusmore, Recusant, 455.

-, Mary, daughter of Robert, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Robert, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

Waterson, Simon, examiner of outport books, 686.

-, William, Custom House, clerk or manager for Sir R. Strickland's salt farm, 63; ditto for the Earl of Yarmouth's wood farm, 63, 102, 539, 590; Mr., duty on coach horses for the King's coachmen, 63; Mr. Danvers' salary, 1093, 1478, 1545.

Waterworks, 223, 47 (Leicester); 227, 365 (Richmond),

- engine, patent for, 227.

-, Windsor, see Windsor.

Wathen, Mrs., witness in the Western rebellion, 1684.

Watkins, Benj., landwaiter's place Bristol, 2159.

-, George, of Llanarth, Recusancy recognisance, 1022 bis.

-, Giles, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Gloucester etc., 1696.

-, John, of Brecon, surety for G. Harcourt, 1194, 1212.

-, Mr., Radnor Castle lands, 1486.

-, Thomas, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178.

-, William, rebel in the West, 417.

Watkinson, Henry, Dr. of Laws, Commissioner to enquire of derelict lands, co. Yorks, 1452.

-, John, Army pension, 1282, 1470, 1710.

Watson, Anne, tenant, Macclesfield, 1335.

-, Anthony, Quaker, co. Northumberland, 631.

-, Benjamin, of London, merchant, 172, 198.

-, Elizabeth, tenant, Exchange Alley, London, 1965.

-, Francis, at Jamaica, 1070.

-, - and Sir Francis, imprests for the Stables, 38, 972, 1064.

-, John, waiter, Wooler, 2009; lands, Northumberland, bailiff of Wooler, 468.

-, Joseph, deputy King's waiter, London, surveyor, Weymouth, 1277.

-, Mr., receiver of rents of Dauntesey, Wilts, 326.

-, Robert, tidesman, Yarmouth, 1193, 2158.

-, -, tenant of marsh land, Goldhanger, Essex, 2091.

-, -, and his wife, Quakers, co. Northumberland, 631.

-, Rowland, Deputy Governor of Jersey, 689.

-, Thomas, poor Tangier soldier, 23, 409.

-, -, lands, Northumberland, bailiff of Wooler, 468.

-, -, D.D., Bishop of St. David's, 1441, 2102.

-, William, tidesman, Hull, 530.

-, -, Hearthmoney collector, 1820, 1869.

Wattleton, Frances, of Bermudas, Hispaniola wreck, 2057.

Watton, Alice, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Rebecca, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

Watts, George, Plumley's forfeited estate, 1967.

-, Hen[ry], of Whitchurch, rebel in the West, 415, 1167, 1309, 1529, 1574, 2006.

-, -, Commissioner for concealed lands, 693, 739; Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' Fines, co. Somerset, 1804.

-, John, gunner, Tangier, 847.

-, -, weighing porter, London port, 2035.
-, tidesman, London, 515, 1446.

-, -, tidesman, Poole, 136.

-, -, shipmaster, 1816.

-, -, rebel in the West, 422, 424.

-, -, tenant, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Mary, wife of Henry, 1309, 1356, 1529.

-, Mr., keeper of West Lodge, Bere Forest, 371.

-, Richard, boatman, Minehead, 872, 2108.

-, Robert, tidesman, Lyme Regis, 1500.

-, William, of Crastock, Dorset, yeoman, Recusancy recognisance, 1022.

-, -, labourer, New Park, Richmond, 2112.

Watts', alias Searle's marsh, Essex, 2090.

Waughton, Wauton, see Walton.

Wavell, Thomas, alderman, lands, Winchester, 1617.

-, William, of Clapham, loyal Recusant, 637.

Wavering (in Bosley, Kent), 884.

Waverley Priory (Surrey), 1725.

Wawne (co. Yorks), vicarage, 1978.

Way, Edw., rebel in the West, 420.

Wayneman, Mr., victualler, Fleet Ditch, London, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1673.

Wayte see Waite.

Weager, John, assistant to the country accomptant, Hearthmoney Office, 131.

Weale, Nathaniel, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Samuel, collector, Fowey port, 1782.

Weald (Kent), 2028.

Weales, Edward, Recusant [Quaker], Norfolk, 1303.

Wear river (Sunderland), water bailiff of, 109.

Weare, Henry, grant of N. Veele's lands, 756.

Weare (co. Somerset), 2004.

Wearsdale, Samuel, Deputy Comptroller, Bridlington port, 341.

Weaver, Elizabeth, wife of Mr., 16656.

-, Francis, collector, Southampton, ditto Portsmouth port, 256, 263, 730, 798, 829, 838, 963, 1096, 1155, 1167.

-, John (son of Francis), collector, Southampton port, 963, 1167.

-, Mr., Marshal of the Fleet in the Mediterranean, 1666.

-, Richard, boatman, Sandwich, 817.

-, Samuel, rebel in the West, 422.

Webb, Charles, collector of the Four and a Half per cent Duty, Antigua, 798.

-, Col. Edmund, Parliament man, co. Wilts, 577, 1589; prosecuting Eyre and Freke, 744; payment out of the Duke of York's private revenue, 1810.

-, Elizabeth, Tangier widow, 4645.

-, Henry, lands, Ireland, 564.

- -, rebel in the West, 420.

- James, rebel in the West, 419.
-, tenant, co. Somerset, 1967.

-, John, keeper of the decoy in St. James's Park, his house in the Park, 658, 1526, 1588, 1712, 1723, 2132.

-, -, rebel in the West, 422.

-, - of Waterperry, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455.

-, - (brother of James), tenant, co. Somerset, 1967.

-, Sir John, Canford manor, co. Dorset, 1626.

- Joseph, tidesman, Liverpool port, 1793.

-, Mary, wife, and Mary, daughter of James, lands, Somerset, 1967.

-, Nicholas, Commissioner for concealed lands in the Severn, 680.

-, Samuel, of Packnell, commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Gloucester etc., 1696.

-, Sarah, daughter of James, lands, Somerset, 1967.

-, William, tidesman's place, London, 1099.

-, -, tenant of marsh, St. Lawrence, Essex, 2091.

-, -, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Col. William, Hearthmoney, Yorks etc., 154.

Webber, John, see Osborne, J.

-, -, tidesman, Exmouth, 2008.

-, Nathaniel, rebel in the West, 415.

Webster, Benjamin, waiter, Studland Bay, 84.

-, Geo., noontender, London port, 658, 1241.

-, John, Deputy Comptroller, Rye port, 2009.

-, Sir John, loan to Charles II in exile, 1667.

-, Mary, debt to from J. Portman, 724, 1625.

-, Mathew, landwaiter, Bristol, 2009.

-, William, Lieutenant, Tangier, 814, 844.
-, Capt., Tangier, 846.
-, smart money, 1652.

Weckett see Wekett.

Wedderborne, Lieut. Peter, 1023.

Wede see Weede.

Wedlam, in Thorngate (co. Yorks), 1826.

Wedmore (co. Somerset), 2004.

Weech, John, rebel in the West, 421.

Weede (Wede) [Everard de, Baron de Weede], in the suite of the Dutch Ambassadors, 87.

Weedon, Bernard, of Souldern, Oxford, Recusant, 454.

-, Edward (Edmund), gunner, Tangier, 814, 847.

-, John, of Souldern, Oxford, Recusant, 454.

-, Mary, widow of John, 454.

-, Thomas, of Wigginton, Herts, surety of D. Reuse, 1844.

-, William, gunner, Tangier, 814, 847.

Weeke, William, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

Weekes, Daniel, turnbroach in the Royal Household, 504.

-, Mr., bags for the Excise Office, 297, 694, 1457, 1533.

-, Tho., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, William, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Weekly, Henry, vicar of Cadney, 2079.

Weekly certificates see Customs; Exchequer (receipt); Excise; Hearthmoney; Linen Duty; Navy (debt); Navy (Yards); Navy (weekly); Post Office; weekly paper or letter of disposition of money, 1533 and passim.

Weights and measures see Pound; Quintals; Tin (Stannary); Todd; Tournois.

-, English and Scotch, standards of, 8245.

Weir, Tho., skipper, Leith, 1285, 1347, 1358, 1557.

Wekket (Weekett), William, Treasury clerk, carrying letters, 114, 1667, 391, 674, 1292.

Welback, Richard, stable keeper at Reading, 185, 325, 434, 625, 706, 802, 835, 1176, 1181, 1472, 1758, 1770, 2013, 2017.

Welch see Walsh.

Welcombe, Barnaby, guardsman, Tangier, 1643.

Welcombe Grove (co. Oxford), 886.

Weld, George, Charlton's estate, 1186, 1388, 1476, 1498.

-, Humphry, Poll arrear, 678.

Weld House, London, 605, 1740.

Weldon (Welden), Anthony, landwaiter, London, 622, 726, 952, 976.

-, Roger, J. Wadlow's assignment to, 1893.

-, Thomas, Deputy Comptroller, Poulton port, 1948.

Weley see Wiley.

Welhouse (co. Berks), 1020.

Well, Jacob, importing red Saunders wood, 202.

Welle Cadder Lowarth see Yorkins.

Wellen, William, rebel in the West. 417.

Weller, Mr., steward at Oxford, Kent, 1788.

-, Richard, whipmaker to the Stables, 1410.

Wellingborough (co. Northants), 1183.

Wellington, James, assignee of Sir S. Morland's pensions, 579, 7356,

Wellington (co. Salop), 215, 1393, 1476; lands called Friars Leasow, Ketleywood, Podmoores Wood, 1399.

- (co. Somerset), 2006.

Wellis, Peter, rebel in the West, 422.

Wellman, John, rebel in the West, 416, 424.

Wells, Charles, alias Brookes of St. Martin's, fine for misdemeanour, 202, 218, 1060, 1232.

-, -, Customs seizer, 1411.

-, -, Commissioner for perambulating Bere Forest, 1632.

-, Eleanor, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, George, rebel in the West, 420.

-, William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Wells (co. Norfolk), 1154.

- (co. Somerset), 417, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425, 661, 919, 1111, 1678, 2004; Bishop see Bath and Wells.

Welsh see Walsh.

Welshman, John, father of William, 912.

-, Walter, tenant, Bucklawren, 912.

-, William, tenant, Bucklawren, 869, 912.

Welsh's House, alias Inchan Carran (Knocktopher barony, co. Kilkenny), 563.

Welsted, Henry, waiter, Studland, 1792.

-, William, see Skutt, W.

Welwick (co. Yorks), vicarage, 1977.

Wemm, Baron of, see Jeffreys, G.

Wendron (co. Cornwall), blowing house at, 133.

Wenham, John, clerk, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177.

-, Thomas, debtor of L. Santen, New York, 1706.

Wenman, Richard, 4th Baron Wenman of Kilmainham and 1st Visct. Wenman of Tuam, 1148.

Wenn, Edward, of Collaton, cordwainer, rebel in the West, 2004.

Wenslay, William, employed in Windsor Castle revenue, 1724, 1725.

Wensley (co. Yorks), 1826.

Wentmore, Hen., rebel in the West, 418.

Wentworth, Frances Arabella (afterwards Bellew), Maid of Honour to the Queen Consort, 929.

-, Guichcardin, Pontefract petition and Swineshead petition, 1308, 1320, 1455, 1685, 2116.

-, Henrietta Maria, 6th Baroness Wentworth, Poll arrear, 1044.

-, William, 2nd Earl of Strafford, Poll arrear, 1044.

Werden (Worden), Sir John, 430, 1080, 2085; secretary to the Duchess of York, 462, 627; a Commissioner of Customs, 3, 72, 228, 782, 801, 1201, 1689, 1756, 21378; trustee for the Prince and Princess of Denmark, 749; a Commissioner for the Duke of York's revenue before his accession, 1810; referee, 1411.

-, Col. (Major-General) Robert, a Commissioner for the Duke of York's revenues before his accession, 68, 1810; a ditto for ordering the Duke's Household, 627; trustee for James II's grant to his Queen, 275, 357, 684; issues to, for the Queen, 88, 94, 105, 134, 135, 156, 194, 224, 225, 237, 238, 241, 242, 256, 351, 353, 354, 361, 382, 514, 522, 684, 781, 866, 914, 926, 947, 1075, 1136, 1143, 1288, 1433, 1690, 1713, 1750, 1752, 1836, 1972, 2056; Cofferer of the Household, 1411; issues to, for the Stables, 1796, 1924; assignment of Greenwich House to a trustee for the Queen, 1164.

- William, collector of the Royal Aid etc., Amounderness, 1230.

Wesley see Westley.

Wessell, Abraham, gent., loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2184.

West, Charles, 5th Baron de la Warr. Poll arrear, 1044, 1724.

-, John, of Canterbury, wool exporter, 1815, 1893, 1959.

-, -, Commissioner for perambulating Bere Forest, 1632.

-, Joshua, shipmaster, trading from Canaries to New England, 897, 9568, 995.

- Katherine, tenant, Upton, 885.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, tidesman, Yarmouth, 613.

-, William, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

West, the, Monmouth's rebellion in, see Rebellion.

-, -, James II or the King's Forces in, against the Prince of Orange, 2132.

- ports and creeks in, 1874 and see Customs (surveys).

West (Hundred, Cornwall), 944.

- Bolton (co. Yorks), 1826.

- Corbally (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

- Ham (co. Essex), 186.

- Harptree (co. Somerset), 852, 1481.

- Indies, 117, 183, 246, 1447, 1478, 1866, 1981, 1992, 1993, 2057.
-, Governors etc., 1498.
-, Hispaniola wreck see Hispaniola.
-, mines royal in, 831.
-, office of escheator in, 1680.
-, Spanish see Spanish.

- Mersea (co. Essex), 2091.

- of England, 124.

- Road (Post Office), 1283, 1971.

Westbroke, John, importing red Saunders wood, 202.

Westburne (Westbrowne), John, tenant of marsh, Essex, 2090; Mr., tenant of Pewitt Island, Essex, 2091.

Westchester (New York), 1707.

Westcoate see Westcott.

Westcombe, Lieut. George, Tangier, 844.

-, Gregory, creditor of Hy. Cornish, 437.

-, Sir Martin, Agent at Cadiz, St. Mary's and the District, 814.

-, Martin, junr., 185, 348.

-, Richard, of Teneriffe, shipping Canary wine to New England, 170.

-, Robert, clerk for entering writs of entr and writs of covenant in Alienation Office, 143, 1612.

Westcott (Westcoate), James, rebel in the West, 424.

-, John, serjeant, Tangier, 901, 910.

-, -, tenant, Windsor, 1703.

-, Richard, tenant, Bray, 1359.

Weskin, Mr., a Dutch bookseller, 1705.

Western Circuit see Judges.

- rebellion see Rebellion.

- survey see Customs (surveys).

Westerne, Mr., tenant of marsh, Creeksea, Essex, 2091.

-, Thomas, gunfounder, 707, 739, 7812, 1480, 1582.

-, -, tenant of marsh, Burnham, Essex, 2089.

Westerne's marsh, Creeksea, Essex, 2091.

Westfaling, Herbert, taking T. Neale's securities, 851.

Westhall marsh (co. Essex), 2091.

Westlake, Hugh, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Dorset etc., 1804.

-, John, rebel in the West, 423.

Westland, Oliver, of London, merchant, timber for the Navy, 173.

Westley (Wesley), Garret (Gerald), estate, Ireland, 1719, 1742.

-, Mary, lands, Ireland, 2102.

-, Valerian, grandfather of Garret, 1742.

-, William, father of Garret, 1742.

Westmacott, Laurence, Vicar of Bardney, 2080.

Westmeath (County, Ireland), 548, 569, 570, 1954, 2102.

Westminster, 13, 129, 279, 356, 407, 925, 1086, 1120, 1258, 1303, 1362, 1365, 1393, 1422, 1433, 1530, 1550, 1551, 1577, 1578, 1693, 1783, 1858, 1965, 2002, 2028.

- Abbey Church, 68, 1646.
-, Close and Mill Damm, lease of, 1646.
-, Dean of, 1771.
-, Dean and Chapter, leases by 16456; rights to coram rege fines, 1504; perpetuity to, for French ministers of the Savoy, 247, 315, 439, 998, 1051; arrears of Poll, 678.

-, bailiff of bailiwick of, 225, 469, 1464, 1640, 1771, 1962, see Cary, E., Harding, H.

-, Charles I's Hospital for orphans, issues for, 584, 617, 664, 1185, 1188, 1715, 1717.

-, City Constable, scarlet cloak for the Coronation, 1256.

-, Coroner of, 1047, 1210, see White, R.

-, Courts in, 1113, 2060, see Exchequer, King's Bench, Common Pleas.
-, fines in, 792, 862.

-, Excise, 1269.

-, Gatehouse Prison see Gatehouse.

-, Hackney Coachmen see Hackney.

- Hall, 91, 2060.
-, Coronation in, 689, 70.
-, Court of Judicature, erection of, 434, 668.
-, rooms of Court of Wards see Wards.
-, Verge of King's Palace, Court of, 537, and see Whitehall (verge).

-, Hearthmoney, 205.

-, Judges at, see Judges.

-, Liberty, 641, 771, 1385.

- manor, grant of, 1220, 1532, 19612.

- Palace, 537, 914.

-, Recusants' fines, Commissioners to enquire of, 1695, 18034; Receiver of see Lynd, V.

-, soldiers quartered in, 1306, 1382.

- streets and topography see Streets.

-, Treasury of the Receipt in St. Margaret's Lane and records therein see Exchequer (Receipt, Deputy Chamberlains).

Westmorland (Westmerland), Mathew, lands, Ireland, 565.

Westmorland County, 76, 807, 1912.

- -, Hearthmoney, 198.

- -, post fines, 90.

- -, Receiver of Assessments, see Basire, J.

- -, Recusants, Receiver of, see Christian, W.; Commissioners to enquire of fines of, 1805, 1982.

- -, sheriffs, 2010.

Westmoorland (Westmoreland), alias Chashenroe (Knocktopher barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Weston (co. Dorset), 416, 1518.

- (co. Warwick), 1122, 1123, 1982.

- (co. Yorks), vicarage, 1976.

Weston, Frances, Countess of Portland, widow of James, 2nd Earl, pension, 305, 310, 466, 475, 665, 668, 898, 900, 1184, 1185, 1315, 1318, 1471, 1472, 1547, 1548, 1727, 1845, 1847, 1980; aulnage grant, 157; house in St. James's Garden, 601; pension, Ireland, 1746.

-, Geoffrey, tenant of marsh, West Mersea, Essex, 2091.

-, James, tidewaiter's place, London, 1294.

-, Mr., tenant of marsh, Mayland, Essex, 2091.

-, Richard, Sir R. Peyton's estate, 1739.
-, of Ashborne, Derby, Recusancy recognizance, 1022.

-, Thomas, surveyor, Harwich port, 697, 1154; ditto, London port, 726, 764 818.

Westoning (co. Beds), vicarage, 2075.

Westphalia hams, imports of, 183, 209, 1418, 1559, 1711.

Westpool Cappull (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Westram, Thomas, tenant of marsh, Creeksea, Essex, 2090.

Westwell (co. Kent), manor, 884.

- (co. Oxford), 955.

Westwick marsh, Bradwell, Essex, 2092.

Westwood, Theophilus, clerk for bills of impost, 305.

-, Thomas, wheelwright, Tangier, 1641.

Westwood (co. Durham), 1216.

Wetham see Whetham.

Wetherell, Jos., assistant clerk, Excise Office, 1458.

Wetherhead, Fra., of Ailesbury, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Berks etc., 1983.

-, Mr., Treasury proceedings against, 459.

Wetherley, Mr., tenant, co. Middlesex, 2028.

Wettherch Coppice see Whittlewood Forest.

Wetwang, Dame Isabel, wife of Sir John, 1467.

-, Sir John, 1467.

-, Joseph (son of Sir John), misdemeanour, 1467, 1684.

-, Robert, troner and peiser, Newcastle, 261.

Wexford County (Ireland), 19534.

- Town, ferry, 1954.

Weybridge (co. Surrey), 1989.

Weydenhange, Mr., musician, Chapel Royal, 1823.

Weyham, Francis, ship's master, 1543.

Weymond, Garret, house, Soho Square, London, 1810.

Weymouth, Visct., see Thynne, T.

- port (co. Dorset), 99, 118, 172, 186, 244, 267, 307, 316, 392, 427, 460, 493, 533, 622, 730-1, 799, 901, 915, 1045, 1076, 1154, 1224, 1250, 1277, 1503, 1927, 1928, 1948, 2082.

Whadcock, Ann, wife of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, John, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Thomas, son of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Whaddon (co. Bucks), 1675.

Whaites, William, rebel in the West, 420.

Whale oil and fins, duty on, 207.

Whalley (Whaley, Walley, Whallie), Bernard, axebearer in Needwood Forest, 1312, 1374.

-, Peter, engineer, Richmond waterworks, 365; patent for a water engine, 227, 365.

-, Mr., evidence against Lord Delamere, 1068.

-, Robert, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Roger, Excise place, London, 710.

-, Tho., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, William, Leicester county fine, 476.

Wharton, Angelica Magdalene, wife of Philip, 237, 486, 540.

-, Ann, petition, 435.

-, Sir George, Treasurer of the Ordnance, accounts, 41, 411, 624, 714, 973, 1257, 2108.

-, Humphry, Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710; landsurveyor, London, 1169, 1211, 1277, 1945.

-, Jonathan, surveyor, Scilly Islands, 232, 776, 935, 1110.

-, Mr., collector of the Four and a Half per cent Duty, Barbados, 1556, 2149.

-, -, grant of Dudley Reuse's estate, 1808.

-, Philip, Warden of the Mint, 20, 38, 237, 428, 540, 929, 972.

-, Sir Polycarpus, heir of Sir George, 411, 624, 752, 973, 1257, 2108.

-, Savil, vicar of Cockington, 2078.

-, Sir Thomas, Warden of the Mint, 20, 38, 428, 929, 972; lands, Ireland, 569.

Whatley, John, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Stephen, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Thomas, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Wheatley, Ann, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Wheeler, Sir Charles (son of Sir William), Farmer of the Four and a Half per cent Duty, Barbados, 29, 925, 10889; Crown Law case against, 2106; Foot Company in the Leeward Isles, 62.

-, Francis, commander of the Tyger, 5.

-, Sir George, baronet fee, 9256.

-, John (? John), Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Jonas, lands, Ireland, 559.

-, Oliver, lands, Ireland, 560.

-, Thomas, gunner, Tangier, 647.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Sir William, baronet fee, 925, 926, 1086, 1783.

-, -, grandson of Sir William, 925, 1086.

Wherley, Henry, shopkeeper, Barbados, 61.

Wherrell, Robert, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Whetham (Wetham), James, of Taunton, maltster, rebel in the West, 417, 2005.

-, Nathaniel, Receiver of Hearthmoney, co. Gloucester, 655.

Whetstone (co. Middlesex), 851.

Whibby, John, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

Whichcott (Wichcott, Wychcott), Benj., tobacco merchant, 126.

-, Jeremy, merchant, London, 806, 1547.

Whicker, John, rebel in the West, 416.

Whicket, Ben., rebel in the West, 416.

Whiddon, Rowland, of Chugford, co. Devon, 1543.

Whifen, Lionell, rebel in the West, 417.

Whinyard (Whynyard), John, yeoman usher to the House of Lords, 269, 802, 940, 1597, 1610.

Whiskin, Daniel, Recusant, Linton, Cambridge, 1921.

Whistler, Gabriel, surveyor's place, Whitehaven port, 2167.

-, James, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

-, Mr., furniture for Charles II's yacht, 1724.

Whitacre see Whittaker.

Whitby (co. Yorks), 859, 1032, 1079, 1179, 1241, 1556, 1792.

Whitcher see Pitcher.

Whitchurch, Edward, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, William, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Whitchurch Canonicorum (co. Dorset), 1309, 1356, 18945, 2005.

White, Alexander, plumber, Windsor Castle, 412, 1348, 1724, 1938.

-, Christopher, waiter, Wareham, 1928.

-, David, ship's carpenter, 2062, 2064, 2068.

-, Sir Dominick, of Limerick, father of Sir Ignatius, 783.

-, E., books from Dublin, 770.

-, Edmund, saddler to the Ordnance, 27.

-, Edward, Poll arrear in the Household, 1390.

-, Elizabeth, widow, Tangier, 324.

-, -, holding in the Merchant Adventurers' Company, 213.

-, Francis, landwaiter, London, 1359, 1670, 1948.

-, George, merchant, London, 923.

-, -, Quaker, co. Berks, 633.

-, Henry, tenant, Kennington, 696.

-, Hugh and his wife, Quakers, co. Northumberland, 631.

-, (alias Vitus), Sir Ignatius, Marquis of Albeville in the Roman Empire, Envoy Extraordinary from James II to the States General, 914, 921, 947, 986, 1006, 1040, 1395, 1409, 1482, 1490, 14923, 1571, 1579, 1585, 1589, 1603, 1615, 1634, 1823, 1824, 1875, 1951, 1956, 2043, 2051, 20525, 2080, 2098, 2103, 2107, 21445; baronet fee, 783.

-, John, rebel in the West, 415.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

-, -, founder to the King's Stables, 1959.

-, -, Judge of the Admiralty, Jamaica, 535.

-, -, of London, mercer, legacy to the Presbyterians, 460, 486.

-, -, fine on co. Wilts, 525, 575.

-, Capt. John, Town Major, Tangier, 172, 370, 6478, 708, 839, 1439, 1793.

-, Lucy, lost money orders, 1565.

-, Mr., an Irishman of the Temple, Customs seizer, 322.

-, -, Excise revenue proposals, 849.

-, Mordecai, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Nicholas, a trader in Ireland, petition for revenue place, 1333, 1403, 1893.

-, Peter, lands, Winchester, 17.

-, -, rebel in the West, 424.

-, -, goldsmith, London, of the Jury of Goldsmiths for Trial Pieces, 2127.

-, Richard, Army pension, 701, 1282, 1469, 1709.

-, -, Kingswood Chase, co. Gloucester, 839.

-, -, searcher's place, Dublin, 1225.

-, -, of the Middle Temple, stewardship of Otford, Kent, 1733, 1760; Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Kent etc., 2028.

-, -, Father White, 2080.

-, -, rebel in the West, 414.

-, -, co. Wilts, fine for seditious words, 1031, 1043, 1228, 1257.

-, Sir Richard, Jamaica, 54.

-, -, (brother of Sir Ignatius), 2107; tithes, co. Lincoln, 1618, 1764; of Scotland Yard, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines in London, Westminster etc., 1695, 1803; Royal bounty to, 1534.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 416.

-, -, Roman Catholic, 480.

-, -, Coroner of the Verge of the King's Household, 1320, 1791; Coroner of Westminster, 1047, and see Westminster (Hall), Whitehall (Verge); fine on, 1210.

-, -, issues to, for repairs, New Park, Richmond, 413, 1031, 1185, 1219, 1274, 1285, 1382, 1497, 1591, 1715, 1873, 1785, 2112.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Rowland, tenant, Otford, Kent, 884, 886.

-, -, of the Middle Temple, Commissioner for sale of traitors' estates in the West, 1341, 1417, 1683; collector's place, Dublin, 1381; grant of lands, Ireland, 151920, 1753.

-, Sarah, lease of Original Seal, cos. Carnarvon, Anglesea and Merioneth, 122, 720, 745, 1010, 1374, 1537.

-, Thomas, shipmaster, 671.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Dr. Thomas, Bishop of Peterborough, 796, 873.

-, Walter, doorkeeper to Commissioners of Appeals in Excise, 19.

-, William, rebel in the West, 416, 424.

-, -, landwaiter, London, 726.

White (co. Hereford), 1696.

-, cloth (woollen), export of, see Hamburg Company.

-, Lackington (co. Somerset), 1214, 1840, 2004.

-, Ladies (co. Worcester), Charles II guided to, 246, 716.

-, Paper Makers, Company of, see Paper.

Whitechapel (co. Middlesex), 1819; prison, 709.

Whitefleet Creek (co. Essex), 2093.

Whitehall, Gilbert, goldsmith, 1361.

-, Lancelot, surveyor, Lynn Regis, 1500.

-, Robert, landcarriageman, London, 2009.

WHITEHALL and WHITEHALL PALACE, 73, 1829; Orders in Council dated from, see Privy Council (Orders).
-, backyard, 715.
-, Banqueting House, 1063, 1079, 1151, 2166; repairing the ceiling, 1986.
-, Bowling Green, 1929.
-, Chapel Royal (for members or establishment of, see Chapel Royal), building alterations and repairs in, repairs to King's Chapel, 224, 463, 1173, 1252, 1257, 1382, 1471, 1567, 1571, 1597, 1955; marble work in, 699, 760, 866, 900; painting in, 1507; King's Chapel closet and private oratory, 695; Little Chapel, 1173; Side Chapel, carving work for, 1252, 1257; step of the chapel, 1252; chapel in the Privy Garden, 1786, 2042.
-, clocks in, 927.
-, closet, 1173.
-, Council Chamber, 768.
-, Court at, 350.
-, Fountain Garden, 131, 1340.
-, furniture for, 700, 725, 934, 983, 1151, 11812, 1297, 1909.
-, gardener (see Waite, W.), 131, 1340.
-, Great Buttery, 1437, 1571.
-, Groom of Bedchamber's room, 202.
-, Guard Room, 1558.
-, Hearthmoney on houses near, 1019, 1052.
-, Keeper or housekeeper of, see Kirke, P.
-, King's apartments (eating room, great eating room, ante - room, bedchamber, withdrawing room), 341, 34950; King's backstairs, 1101; King's Great Bedchamber, 321, and for establishment see Royal (Bedchamber); King's side, 183, 935.
-, lease of lands near, 158, 168.
-, Library, 1480.
-, lodgings in, of various officials etc., 5, 24, 101, 123, 135, 139, 261, 283, 345, 540, 575, 576, 581, 875, 891, 1101, 1293, 1402, 1418, 1437, 1467, 1500, 1540, 1571, 1635, 1660, 1816, 1917, 1987, 2021, 2022, 2042, 2126, 2129, 2140, 2162.
-, Long Gallery, used by the Board of Greencloth at the Coronation, 126; King's records kept there, 126; Long Stone Gallery, 131, 1340.
-, Masking House, fitting up for the King, 502, 1099.
-, new buildings and repairs and alterations in the Privy Garden, 190, 229, 265, 313, 358, 431, 489, 497, 542, 576, 639, 678, 688, 754, 760, 870, 890, 904, 947, 1038, 1248, 1268, 1328, 1402, 1444, 1506, 1539, 1571, 1633, 1679, 1758, 1785, 1861, 1898, 1951, 2056, 2063, 2080, 2094, 2103, 2117, 2139; near the water or towards the river, 1758, 1767, 1785, 1796, 1813, 1824, 1834, 1845, 1861, 1872, 1884, 1898, 1911, 1924, 1940, 1951, 1969, 1991, 2007, 2050, 2055, 2063.
-, offices in, 457.
-, Pastry Office in, 695, 71516; Pastry Yard, 715.
-, Privy Garden see Privy (Garden); Whitehall (new buildings).
-, Queen's apartments (Privy Chamber, Withdrawing Room, Great Bedchamber), 329, 34950, 1173; new apartments, 983, 1909; backstairs, 525, 1142, 2166; kitchen, 7156; Queen's side, 341, 935.
-, records of State and Council in or State Paper Office, keeper of, see Williamson, Sir J.; repairs at, 1034; King's records see Whitehall (Long Gallery).
-, scullery, 715.
-, Standing Wardrobe see Wardrobe (standing).
-, sutlery at the Main Guard, 1678.
-, theatre at, 983, and see Plays.
-, Treasurer Rochester at, 875.
-, Treasury Chambers at see Treasury.
-, Verge of, 1052, and see White, R.; Westminster (Hall).
-, Verrio's paintings in see Verrio, A.
-, Volary buildings in, 1406, 1416, 1430, 1444, 1597.

Whitehaven (co. Cumberland), 13, 99, 147, 186, 223, 307, 317, 375, 512, 521, 595, 612, 691, 871, 1555, 1671, 1790, 1879, 1914, 1918, 2086, 2166, 2167.

Whitehead, Capt., of Barbados, Hispaniola wreck, 2058.

-, George, petition on behalf of Quakers, 630.

-, Thomas, waiter, Faversham, 2118.

-, -, tenant of marsh, Essex, 2089.

-, William, of York, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1805.

Whitehouse, John, tenant, Arkingarthdale, 1934.

-, William, tenant, Wrockwardine, 1399.

Whiteing (Whiting), Benjamin, tidesurveyor, Plymouth, 116.

-, Henry, tenant, Barnards marsh Essex, 2090, 2091.

-, John, tenant, Exchange Alley, London, 1964.

-, -, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, -, Quaker, co. Kent, 633.

-, Joseph, carpenter, Tangier, 918.

-, Mr., tenant of Fishpool, Essex, 2089; ditto of Prestons marsh, Essex, 2090.

-, Richard, groom, Tangier, 1642.

-, Thomas, tenant of Poynetts marsh, Essex, 2089.

Whiteparish (co. Wilts), 1805.

Whitescastle (Knocktopher barony, co. Kilkenny), 1187, 1734.

Whitfield, Benjamin, Customs officer, St. Mawes, 976.

-, John, senr. and junr., of Bray, 1359.

-, Mat., miner, Tangier, 1643.

-, Robert, Recusancy recognisance, 1021.

-, Thomas and his wife, Quakers, co. Northumberland, 631.

-, Timothy, clerk of foreign estreats, 185, 364, 454, 462, 727, 860, 964, 1338, 1340, 1487, 1758, 1771, 2012.

Whitford (co. Devon), 2004, 2006.

Whitgift (co. Yorks), manor, 270.

Whitgrave, Mris. [? Thomas], 1878.

-, Thomas, pension, 249, 313, 442, 496, 661, 664, 786, 794, 903, 906, 1063, 1075, 1302, 1305, 1482, 1493, 1586, 1592, 1784, 1785, 1881, 1991, 1999.

-, Sir Thomas, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Stafford, 1695.

Whithorn, Mr., messenger to the Penny Post Office, 1676.

Whiting see Whiteing.

Whitley, Peter, surveyor and master mason, Chester Castle, 683, 1468.

-, Col. Roger, Crown case against, on his Post Office account as Farmer thereof, under Earl of Arlington and Lord Berkeley, 195, 271, 4602, 582, 765, 848, 864, 1067, 1130, 1135, 1140, 1226, 1274, 1314, 1499, 1684; father of Thomas, 831; Commissioner for Disbanding the New Raised Forces (in 1678), 971, 107980, 1178; lease, St. Martins in the Fields, 1826.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, North Wales, 410-11, 634, 727, 748, 829, 831, 873, 916, 1194, 1854; lease, St. Martins in the Fields, 1826.

-, William, tenant, Macclesfield, 1336.

Whitley (co. Berks), 646, 654.

Whitman, Ann, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

Whitmell, Silvester, Poll arrear, Household, 1390.

Whitmore, Francis, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, Margaret, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Mary, senr. and junr., Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Thomas, yeoman of the Pantry, Customs place, 1379.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, William, tenant, co. Middlesex, 885; ditto, Bagshot, 887.
-, Poll arrear, Household, 1391.
-, grant of Hurtsley manor, 1868, 19889.

-, -, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1123.

Whitney, William, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 881.

Whitstable (co. Kent), 52, 349, 798, 1042, 1160, 1241.

Whitworth, Jose, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

Whittaker (Whitacre, Whitacres, Whittacre), Abell, cloth manufacturer, Yorks, 697.

-, Charles, Foreign Apposer, 805, 835, 1558, 1598; houses at Windsor, purchased by Charles II, 1723; his wife, 1724.

-, Edward, tidesman, London, 588.

-, -, fine for misdemeanour, 1523, 1684.

-, John, surveyor for coffee, cider etc. in the Excise Office, 132, 1458.

Whittington (? co. Worcester), 2003.

Whittle (Whittell), Ann, executrix of Richard, 2160.

-, Elizabeth, executrix of Richard, 2160.

-, George, of Merriott, husbandman, rebel in the West, 2004.

-, Giles, rebel in the West, 421.

-, John, tidesman, Bristol, searcher, Beachley, 13.

-, Michael, landwaiter, Cowes, 1154.

-, Richard, Apothecary General of the Forces, 1276, 1350, 1518, 1653, 1814, 2160.

-, Thomas, oppressed by the City, 1211.

-, Simon, labourer, New Park, Richmond, 2112.

Whittlesea (co. Cambridge), 172, 1805.

Whittlewood, in Otford manor, Kent, 884.

Whittlewood Forest (co. Northants), lands in, 878.
-, Lord Warden of, 840, see Feversham, Earl of.
-, master keepers (five) and pages (seven) of, 840.
-, repairs in, 751.
-, timber felling and wood sales (and see Beennt, H.), 12, 14, 39, 44, 956, 157, 161, 164, 175, 194, 214, 463, 573, 628, 655, 751, 840, 1052, 1076, 1155, 1454, 1720, 17823, 2154.
-, woodward see Newton, T.
-, Boness Coppice, 1783.
-, Brand Coppice, 1052.
-, Bull's Coppice, 2154.
-, Buckingham Thicks, 95.
-, Chambersayle Coppice, 14, 95.
-, Gullet Walk see Whittlewood Forest (Wakefield).
-, Half Quarter Coppice, 573.
-, Handley Hill Coppice, 1052.
-, Hanger Walk, 1783.
-, Hawkspath Coppice, 95.
-, Hazleborough Walk, 1783.
-, Little Cuttshill Coppice, 95.
-, Longe Coppice, 1783.
-, Old Turne Coppice, 573.
-, Porters Wood, 2154.
-, Shulbrook Walk, 1052, 1783, 2154.
-, Wakefield, alias Gullet Walk, 573, 1052, 2154.
-, Wettheich Coppice, 1783.
-, Young Walter Slade Coppice, 1052.

Whitton (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2076.

Whitty (Witty), Edward, Quaker, co. Lincoln) 632.

-, Patrick, petition, 1102, 1119.

-, Thomas, of Frome Selwood, clothier, rebel in the West, 418, 2004.

Whitwell, Edward, Master Warder of the Tower, 1211, 1343.

-, Mr., merchant, Dublin, 2071.

-, -, lessee of tolls of Holborn Bridge, 1393.

Whitwick see Wightwick.

Whitwick (co. Leicester), manor, 1725; vicarage, 2075.

Whitwood, Mr., King's waiter, Bristol, 1910.

Whorwood, Robert, rebel in the West, 415.

Whyan, Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Whylegh (seat, co. Sussex), 143.

Whynyard see Whinyard.

Wiatt see Wyatt.

Wichcot see Whichcott.

Wiche see Wych.

Wichells (Wichell, Witchells, Wichalls), Arthur, King's falconer, 102, 295, 379, 457; pension, 308; Poll arrear, 1043.

-, Richard, tidewaiter, London, 917.

Wick (co. Berks), 637.

Wickham, John, supernumerary gauger in Excise Office, 132.

-, Jos., of Burnham, Somerset, butcher, rebel in the West, 419, 2004.

Wickham (co. Hants), 1909.

-, East (co. Kent), 887.

-, Market (co. Suffolk), 434.

-, St. Paul (co. Essex), 637.

Wickhambrook (co. Suffolk), 1805.

Wicklow County (Ireland), 1300, 1954.

Wickmarshes (Tollesbury, Essex), 2092.

Wicks (Wycks), Michael, Receiver of the Plantation Duties [in the Custom House, London] and receiver of new duties on sugar and tobacco, 259, 267.

-, Nathaniel, waiter, Oxwich and Pennard, 976.

Wicks Bishop [Wicks Ufford] (co. Suffolk), 356.

Wicomico river (Maryland), 345.

Widcombe (co. Somerset), 852, 1481.

Widdows (Widowes), John, pewterer, London, 47.

-, Tho. [messenger of the Chamber], Poll arrear, 1390.

Widdowson, John, assistant clerk in Excise Office, 132, 1458.

Widdrington (Witherington), Capt. Edward, Berwick, 1385.

-, Henry, of Hertford, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Herts, 1695, 1983.

-, Lady (possibly Elizabeth, widow of 2nd Lord Widdrington), Poll arrear, 1044.

-, Col. Ralph, Berwick corn trade, 595; Denbigh lordship, 614; executor of 2nd Lord Widdrington, 692, 713, 714, 1293, 1383, 1385; perpetuity or pension to, 1362, 1752.

-, William, 2nd Lord Widdrington, Governor of Berwick, 692, 713, 714, 13835.

-, -, 3rd Lord Widdrington, executor of 2nd Lord, 692, 713, 714.

Widmann, John Michael [? Wenzel] [? secretary to Count Kaunitz, Envoy from Emperor of Germany], 1108.

Wiely see Wily.

Wigan (co. Lancs), 2106.

Wigborough (co. Essex), 2093; Little Wigborough, 2093.

Wigg, Edward, London accomptant in the Hearthmoney Office, 22, 1180, 1533, 1860.

-, Mr., payment to, for Crown Law business, 459.

Wigginer, Gyles, commander of the Customs smack, Ipswich, 920, 1033.

Wigginton (co. Herts), 1844.

Wigglesworth (co. Yorks), 1696.

Wight, Isle of, 232, 749, 755, 1555.
-, Customs officers, 427, 595, 1278; Customs smack, 427.
-, express from, to the King, 2117.
-, fortifications, 272, 293, 646, 1111.
-, garrison, 1051, 1332, 1619.
-, increase of trade in, 1035.
-, stores, 2156.
-, wrecks in, 1096, 1155.

Wightman, Mr., exporting belts, 948.

-, Samuel, draper, Framlingham, 434.

Wightwick (Whitwick), Francis, receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, in Hereford, Salop, Stafford and South Wales, 2512, 1086.

-, Thomas, Peyton's estate, 1259, 1868; petition for Customs place, 1987.

Wigmore, alias Wigmoreland (co. Hereford), 1798, 1837.

Wigston Magna (co. Leicester), vicarage, 2075.

Wilbraham, Dorothy, wife of Richard, 747.

-, Richard, Mottram manor, 747.

Wilcocks (Wilcox), John, captives' redemption money collections, 1035; a Commissioner of Excise, 1757.

-, Martha, petition, 1376.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 422.

Wild, Adam, boatman, Rye port, 904, 2108.

-, Charles, Navy captain, 1057, 1366.

-, Hum., Furness manor, 1290.

-, Mary, widow of Capt. Charles, 1057, 1366.

Wildbore (Wyldboare), Mark, wool exporter, 1657.
-, collector, Whitehaven, 1671.

-, Robert, waiter of the Four and a Half per cent Duty, Nevis, 1595.

-, Thomas, boatman, Margate, 349, 1500.

Wilding, William, of Halewood, Lancs, Recusancy recognizance, 1021.

Wildman, John, outlawed for misdemeanour, 1684, 1950, 2105.

Wilds, Samuel, tenant, Hadleigh, 1821.

Wiley (Wyley, Wiely, Weley and see Willey), James, surgeon to Col. Kirke's Regiment, Tangier, 532, 659, 752, 793, 843, 846, 922, 1060.

-, William, vintner, 403.

Wilkins, Antho., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Edward, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Humfry, collector, Sandwich port, 523, 772, 1550.

-, John, alderman of Leicester, 47.

-, -, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Lieut., Tangier, 1660.

-, Mr., letter sorter, Post Office, 1672.

-, -, Mrs. Dunn's certificate, 665.

-, Richard, Quaker, co. Gloucester, 632, 932.

-, Robert, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, -, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 424.

-, William, junr., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Wilkinson, Capt., company, Tangier, 469.

-, Francis, second Secondary in the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office, 8345.

-, Henry, land waiter, Stockton port, 266, 267.

-, John, of St. Giles in the Fields, cooper, Recusancy recognizance, 1022.

-, -, undersheriff of Northumberland, 1828.

-, Capt. Richard, lands, Ireland, 554.

Willan, Frances, daughter of Samuel, 1967.

-, Samuel, clerk, tenant, co. Somerset, 1967.

Willett, And[rew], debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Richard, lands, Ireland, 569.

Willey (Willie and see Wiley), Edmund, ship's captain, 865.

-, John, rebel in the West, 423.

-, Mr., clerk in Chancery, 459.

-, Robert, deputy comptroller, Poole, 730.
-, landwaiter, London, 1670.

Williams, Arth[ur], rebel in the West, 418.

-, Charles, Receiver of the Six Months' Aid, co. Monmouth, 32, 1041, 1160; Commissioner for setting out ports in South Wales, 443; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178.

-, Cicely, wife of Samuel, 1259.

-, Coningsby, Menai Ferry, 1403, 1527.

-, Daniel, of Perpont, surety for B. Lloyd, 2165.

-, Elizabeth, Tangier orphan, 1074.

-, Ellenverch, tenement, Trevilos, 909.

-, Francis, boatman, Nangle, 1838.

-, George, son of John, tenant, Ryme, 252, 270, 917.

-, Grace, daughter of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Griffith, keeper of Penmaenmawrway, 1428.

-, Sir Griffith, of Penrhyn, baronet fee, 851, 1230.

-, Henry, boatman, Harwich, 1792.

-, James, executor of A. Goswell, 469.

-, Jane, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125; daughter of William.

-, -, wife and daughter of William, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, John, of Yeovil, Somerset, 252, 270.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418; senr. and junr., ditto, 422.

-, -, boatman, Nangle, 1827.

-, -, of Plasgresgob, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Chester etc., 1805.

-, -, ship's commander, 1880.

-, -, coiner, 1960, 2010.

-, Sir John, lease, Maison Dieu, Dover, 375.

-, Joseph, son of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Katherine, circulating false coin, 392, 494, 590, 1061, 1352.

-, Lieut., Tangier, 846.

-, Lumley, letter sorter, General Post Office, 1284, 1971.

-, Mary, of Abermarlais, co. Carmarthen, 1120.

-, -, daughter of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Mathew, joiner, Chelsea Hospital works, 1446, 1847.

-, Mr., prisoner, rebel in the West, 531.

-, Nathaniel, debtor of L. Santen, New York, 1706.

-, Oliver, searcher, Bristol port, 698, 779, 804.

-, Powell, surveyorship of Chester port, 371.

-, Sir Rice, surety for F. and A. Vaughan, 1731, 1756.

-, Robert, searcher, Cork port, 106.

-, Sir Robert, estate, inquisition, 1683.

-, Roger, woollen draper, Army clothing, 598.

-, -, boatman, Fowey, 2073.

-, Sergt., Tangier, 844.

-, Samuel, Receiver of the Seventeen Months' Tax, Poll and Eighteen Months' Tax, co. Southants, 17, 578, 694, 714, 753, 1033; Agent for Sick and Wounded at Portsmouth, 1259, 1924.

-, Lady Susanna, house in St. James's Park, 258, 587, 589, 601.

-, Thomas, father of Sir John, 375.

-, -, banker, Lombard Street, 2157.

-, -, gunner, Tangier, 814, 847.

-, -, tidesman, Bristol, 936; ditto, Yarmouth, 976.

-, -, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, -, coiner, 1631.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Sir Thomas, of Elham, baronet fee, 697, 698, 1184; Poll arrear, 1276; debt to Visct. Newport, 1360; Receiver General of Crown revenues, co. Hereford, 1760; Chymical Physician to Charles II (the King's Elaboratory), 1933.

-, Vincent, Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary, 1585.

-, Widow, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, William, rebel in the West, 415, 418, 423, 424, 469.

-, -, Army pension, 701, 1282, 1469, 1709.

-, -, trustee for Prince Charles I's lands, 867.

-, -, of Haverfordwest, 1120, 1925.

-, -, boatman, Combwich, 1792.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Sussex, 1696.

-, -, King's Bench fine on, 816, 831, 841, 865, 871, 938, 1067.

-, Sir William, Solicitor General, 1678, 1709, 1784, 1794, 1990, 2010, 2016.

Williamson, Edmund, Serjeant-at-Arms, 137, 802, 940, 1277, 1340, 1410, 1579, 1795, 1937, 1940, 2011.

-, John, barratry, Carlisle, 33, 51, 79.

-, -, shipmaster, 916.

-, Sir Joseph, Keeper of Records of State and Council at Whitehall (the State Paper Office), 1014, 1272, 1275, 1708, 1715, 1936, 1940; lands, 1842.

-, Mr., messenger, Crown law matters, 1068.

-, Ralph, Lord Grey's estate, 45, 171, 290, 525, 1302, 1419, 1553, 1739; Comptroller, Newcastle port, 118, 188, 223, 260, 688, 1167, 1949, 2082, 2149,

-, Robert, brandy merchant, 742, 800.

-, -, deputy undersearcher, London, 1158, 1250.

-, -, advancing money to the late King's servants, 1366-7, 1764.

-, Thomas, and his wife, Quakers, co. Northumberland, 631 bis.

-, -, barratry, Carlisle, 33, 51, 79.

-, -, Navy ticket, 1992.

-, -, [son of Ralph], Customs place, 2149.

-, Timothy [son of Ralph], Customs place, 2149.

-, William, Recusant [Quaker], co. Norfolk, 1303.

Willie see Willey.

Willington, Ensign, volunteer from Holland, 1790.

Willingham, North (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2079.

Willis, John, gent., of Winchester, 1443.

-, -, tenant, co. Bucks, 885.

-, Nathaniel, landcarriageman, London, surveyor, Colchester, 595.

-, Prudence, widow, custody of the Star Chamber, 113.

-, Robert, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 881.

-, -, rebel in the West, 422.

Willock, George, volunteer from Holland, 2073.

Willy see Willey.

Willmott (Wilmot), Edw., rebel in the West, 415, 422.

-, George, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Hugh, rebel in the West, 415.

-, John, of St. Giles in the Fields, shoemaker, Recusancy recognisance, 1021.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 422.

Willoughby, Elizabeth, pension, Ireland, 1747.

-, Francis, junr., of Lossall, viewing Sherwood Forest timber, 936.

-, -, 5th Lord Willoughby of Parham, Governor of Barbados, 39; interest in Barbados, 389, 11212.

-, George, commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

-, Stephen, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Thomas (Francis), 11th Lord Willoughby of Parham, pension, 189, 194, 200, 674, 742, 964, 1006, 1338, 1340, 1580, 1589, 1937, 1940, 2012, 2017.

-, William, 6th Lord Willoughby of Parham, Governor of Barbados or of the Caribee Islands, 1874, 1880, 2061.

Wills, George, waiter, Swanage port, 622; tidesman, Torquay, 1754.

-, John, rebel in the West, 415, 423.

-, William, rebel in the West, 415.

Willson see Wilson.

Wilmer (Wilmore), Eliz., senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1128; Elizabeth, wife to John, ditto, 1128.

-, Randall (Randolph), collector of Petty Customs, London, 208, 624, 1226, 1243.

-, Rowland, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

Wilmington (co. Kent), 71.

Wilmore see Wilmer.

Wilmot see Willmott.

Wilson (Willson), Cornelius, tidewaiter's place, 1346.

-, George, and his wife, Quakers, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Henry, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, -, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, -, houses, Tangier, 1099.

-, James, collector, Bridlington port, 341, 1242.

-, John, Lieut., Tangier, 814, 845.

-, -, sheriff of Leicester, 325, 358, 477.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415.

-, -, wool exporter, Shoreham, 1841.

-, Katherine, loyal Recusant, 637.

-, Mr., paper concerning, 575.

-, Mrs., wife of Capt. Reginald, 56.

-, Capt. Reginald, Naval officer or Register of the Admiralty, Jamaica, pirates' goods, 534, 556.

-, Richard, messenger's place in the Excise, 526, 657, 1693.

-, Robert, loyal Recusant, 637.

-, Sam., Quaker, co. Leicester, 632.

-, Thorn., smuggler, 1996.

Wilton, Geo., lands, Ireland, 558.

Wilton (co. Somerset), 460, 515, 751, 1091, 2004, 2006.

Wiltshire, William, rebel in the West, 424.

Wiltshire County, 202, 214, 275, 326, 414, 525, 651, 807, 1091, 1164, 1573, 1589, 1703, 1739, 1915, 2005, 2040.

-, -, Assizes, 1164; clerk of, 1056.

-, -, Excise, 238.

-, -, Hearthmoney collector, 125.

-, -, inns etc. in, 807.

-, -, Justices of Peace, 35, 508.

-, -, Parliamentary elections, 577.

-, -, Quakers, 634.

-, -, Recusants, 984, 1058; Receiver for, see Smith, Symon; Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines, 1805.

-, -, sheriffs, 575, 762, 766, 819, 1031.

-, -, Western rebels and their estates, 414, 546, 1040, 2002.

Wimberley see Dean Forest.

Wimbledon, Viscountess of, see Cecil, Sophia.

Wimbledon (co. Surrey), 1066.

Wimborne (co. Dorset), 945.

Winch (Wynch), Sir Humphry, of Bucks, baronet fee, 597, 1156.

-, John, shipped as apprentice to Jamaica, 671, 766.

-, Richard, prosecuting W. Haveland for exporting servants to Plantations, 106, 1078, 791.

-, William, of Windsor, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Berks etc., 1983.

Winchester, Marquess of, see Powlett, C.

Winchester (co. Hants), 371, 1035, 1443, 1509.

-, Bishop of (see Morley, G., Mews, P.), 15, 36, 40, 146, 312, 589, 650, 1035, 1678; First Fruits, 164, 661, 1807.

-, Castle or Palace, building of, and materials for, 17, 133, 1345, 1504, 1568, 1606, 1736; Paymaster of Works for, see Packer, P; King's works at, 1606; lands taken in, for the park and palace, 1617, 65, 163, 580, 623, 650, 788, 795, 810, 1060, 1169, 1241, 1263, 1305, 1608; building accounts, 973, 1330, 1736; timber yard, 1606.

-, Cathedral, 17.

-, Chapel of St. James's, 16.

-, College, 16.

-, Dean and Chapter, 16.

-, King's park at, 810, and see Winchester (Castle).

-, lands at Painters Close Field, Forty Acres, St. Faith's Field, Priors Barton Farm, Butcher's Croft, Barton Manor, Thurmond's Farm, 16.

-, Prebendaries, 17.

-, Rector of St. Thomas's, 1060, 1169, 1263, 1305, 1665.

-, redemption collection moneys for captives in Barbary, 1035.

-, Tenths, 36, 40, 71, 972; pensions on, 225, 249, 1300, 1346.

Winchilsea, Earl of, see Finch, H.

Winckles, Paul, smith, Chelsea Hospital works, 1847.

Wind see Wynde.

Wind gun, 947.

Windebank, James, Groom of the Privy Chamber to the Queen Dowager, 404.

-, Dr. John, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2176, 2178, 2180, 2183, 2184.

-, Richard, Customs place, 682, 793.

Winder, Samuel, debtor of L. Santen, New York, 1706.

Windham, Dame Anne, 441, 496, 661, 664, 784, 794, 903, 906, 1062, 1075, 1302, 1304, 1482, 1486, 1586, 1592, 1785, 1877, 1881, 1991, 1999.

-, Capt. [? John], petition for Thompson's forfeiture, 919.

-, Caroline, daughter of Sir Edmund, Norton's estate, 113.

-, Sir Charles, sewer to the Queen Dowager, 404.

-, Sir Edmund, Knight Marshal, 113.

-, Sir Edward, bart., Commissioner for rebels in the West, 545.

-, Frances (daughter of Dame Anne), pension, 441, 496, 661, 664, 784, 794, 903, 906, 1062, 1075, 1302, 1304, 1482, 1586, 1785, 1877, 1881, 1991, 1999.

-, Cornet Hugh, Tangier, 114.

-, Col. or Capt. John, 120; Commissioner for rebels in the West, 546, 832.

-, Mahaleel, doorkeeper to the House of Lords, 491.

-, Mr., house in St. James's Garden, 601.

-, Rachel, daughter of Dame Anne, pension, 441, 496, 661, 664, 784, 794, 903, 906, 1062, 1075, 1302, 1304, 1482, 1486, 1586, 1592, 1785, 1877, 1881, 1991, 1999; Maid of Honour to the Princess of Orange, 716.

-, Thomas, grant of fee farms, co. Derby, 1227; ditto, co. Lincoln, 1455.

-, -, of Witham, Commissioner for rebels in the West, 545.

-, Sir Thomas, pension, 441, 496, 661, 664, 785, 794, 903, 906, 1062, 1075, 1302, 1304, 1482, 1486, 1586, 1592, 1785, 1877, 1881, 1991, 1999.

-, Winifred, pension, 372, 546, 649, 964, 1006, 1248, 1256, 1448, 1482, 1795, 1797, 1938, 1940, 2013, 2017.

Windle (co. Lancs), 1022.

Windmill manor (co. Kent), 887.

Windsor, Lord, see Hickman-Windsor, T. W.

WINDSOR (co. Berks), Old and New, 123, 327, 469, 1067, 1107, 1983.

-, Bridge, 185; bridgekeeper see Frith, R.

-, churchwardens, 1724.

-, Corporation, rent to, for Windsor Mill, out of the revenues of Windsor Castle, 2134.

-, houses purchased at, for Charles II, 1723.

-, lands at, 805; Allond, Common Fields, Datched Mead, Easthurst, Eastworth alias Aileworth alias Eldworth, Glaciers Corner, Highfield, Marions alias Morions alias Meres, New Commons alias Canons and Chantry of same, Painter Hutch, Pescod Street, Redmonds, Shaw, Shawbutts, Shawfield, Shaw Lane, Spelters or Spelthurst, Underore, 17034; Bowling Green, 1724; Goswells, 502, 777; Frogmore, 1650, 16856, 17034, 1708, 1722, 1752; Old Haws, 1724; Vineyard, 1724; lands at, purchased by Charles II, 1724.

-, Mayor, 327, 1724.

-, "Sign of Hy. VIII" Inn, 112.

-, Vicar of, 1724, see Read, Mr.

- CASTLE and Honor:
-, avenue from, see Windsor (Great Park).
-, backstairs, 1459.
-, carvings by G. Gibbons, 1464, 1829.
-, Chapel Royal, furniture for, 321, 725; Dean of, 438, see Hascard, Dr. G.: Dean and Chapter, 1724; Hy. VIII's Chapel, painting in, 115, 1173, 1786.
-, Constable of, 373, 439, 2018.
-, furniture and tapestries for, 278, 329, 643, 651, 789, 1908.
-, garden, 1724; gardener see Hatching, G.
-, garrison, 1619.
-, Governor and Captain of, see Norfolk, Duke of.
-, Grinling Gibbons' carvings at, 1490.
-, Groom of the Bedchamber's room, 202.
-, Guard House, building of, 1027, 1133.
-, Honor, lands of, 984.
-, ice house, 1134.
-, keeper of the upper houses, the leads, and the great butts see Randu, T.
-, King or Court at, 348, 795, 836, 861, 871, 877, 889, 894, 897, 902, 907, 919, 935, 1306, 1382, 1417, 1436, 1473, 1504, 1543, 1561, 1567, 1599, 1631, 1686, 2022, 2042, 2045, 2248, 2056, 2060.
-, King's bakehouse, 1264.
-, lands of, 1359, 1703, and see Windsor (lands).
-, lodgings in, 942; for the Queen's servants, 937.
-, mews, 1708.
-, mill see Windsor (Castle waterworks).
-, Nell Gwyn at, 1723-4.
-, new wall, 1724.
-, outward gate, 1239.
-, paintings, 533, 1417, and see Windsor (Castle Chapel), Windsor (Castle works).
-, Poor Knights of, 1282, 1315, 1483, 1548, 1710.
-, Prince of Wales's servants at, 2139.
-, prison adjoining the lower gate, 1239.
-, Queen's bedchamber and dressing room, 278, 763; closet on the leads, 763; eating room, 278; office of robes, 789; private oratory, 763; withdrawing room, 278.
-, rents and revenues of the Castle and Honor, issues out of, 123, 138, 676, 1107, 1273, 1376, 1448, 1975-6; fees out of, 654, 1523; receiver of, see Roberts, W., Trevor, J., Taylor, W.; accounts, 272, 652, 973.
-, riding charges of servants during King's stay at, 1007.
-, stables, repairs at, 676; surveyor of, see Banks, W.
-, standing wardrobe, 1299; furniture for, 7623; keeper of, see Hall, T.
-, tennis court, 121.
-, Terrace, Walk, gravelling of, 1594, 1680.
-, Treasury Lords and clerks at, during residence of Court, 308, 394, 437, 482, 740, 755, 829, 888, 894, 897, 901, 903, 907, 1385, 1451, 1485, 1489, 1506, 1507, 2027, 2030, 2039, 2040, 2049, 2056, 2062, 2065.
-, Wardrobe of Robes, 651.
-, waterworks, mill and engine (and see Taylor, John, Morland, Sir S.), 353, 387, 394, 402, 403, 41112, 1080, 1132, 1212, 1328, 1304, 1417, 1528, 1825, 1975, 1991, 2134.
-, Works, repairs, new buildings at, issues for, 66, 89, 274, 297, 393, 398, 445, 533, 581, 676, 7245, 799, 1173, 1185, 1198, 1275, 1416, 1417, 1451, 1490, 1528, 1552, 1679, 1680, 1686, 1750, 1786, 1796, 1829, 1911, 19901, 2055, 2134; accounts, 38, 973; payments for, out of Irish revenue, 66, 206.
-, -, Office of:
-, clerk of, 374.
-, Comptroller of, 374, see May, H., Wren, Sir C.
-, officers, artificers and workmen of, 954, 1443.
-, paymaster of, see Roberts, W.
-, plumber to, see White, A., Roberts, M.
-, purveyor of timber to, 373.
-, surveyor of, clerk of, see Ball, J., senr. and junr.

-, FOREST, 486, 1656.
-, avenue from, see Windsor (Great Park).
-, Bagshot Lodge and Walk and Red Deer Walk see Bagshot.
-, Battles Walk, alias Battles Bailiwick, 6534, 999, 1339, 1939; circuitor of, see Branch, J., Hill, J., Maddison, R., Smith, J.; deer in, 690, 1579.
-, Bigshot Rails see Bagshot.
-, Braywood, spoils of timber in, 185, 192, 201, 237, 243, 272, 512, 726, 1057, 1078, 1843; enclosures and nursery in, 227, 771.
-, concealed lands in (Hermitage,. High Fields, Great Ferfeard, Turfing Ground, Hoggs Close, Great and Little Webbs, Ox Close), 657, 1656.
-, Constable, 439.
-, Cookham and Bray, woodward of, 1273, see Clark, W.
-, Cranborne Chase, 1972; keeper of two walks in and keeper of the Lodge see Godolphin, Lord S.
-, Cranborne Lodge or New Lodge in Cranborne, 680, 687, 726, 1107, 1229, 1273, 1280, 1552, 1736; styled New Lodge in Windsor Great Park, 1443; keeper of, see Oglethorpe, Sir T.; Godolphin, Lord S.
-, deer in, 1972, and see Windsor Forest (Battles Walk and three red deer walks).
-, Easthampstead Walk, one of the three red deer walks in Finchampstead Bailiwick, 654, 691, 1448; underkeeper of, see Tyndall, D.
-, Fangrove see Fangrove.
-, Finchampstead Bailiwick, 654, 1363, 1448.
-, grant of lands in, to Duke of Norfolk, 602.
-, Knowlgrove see Knowlgrove.
-, lands laid into, 1874.
-, Leonard's Hill Walk, 588.
-, lodges in, 137.
-, Queen Leaze see Bray.
-, right of pasturing sheep in, 1972.
-, Sandhurst Walk, one of the three red deer walks in Finchampstead Bailiwick, 654, 691, 1363, 1448; underkeeper of, see Hanington, R., senr.
-, Swinley Rails, 543, 1580.
-, three red deer walks in Finchampstead Bailiwick see Bagshot, Windsor Forest, Easthampstead and Sandhurst.
-, timber felling in, 1856, 232, 439, 1107, 1736, 1994, and see Windsor (Braywood).
-, verderers, 439.
-, wastes in, 545, 588, and see Windsor Forest (timber).
-, woodward see Chiffinch, W.

- GREAT PARK, 1703.
-, avenue leading from the Castle to the Forest, 1050, 1686, 2115.
-, deer in, 936, 999.
-, fences, lodges and repairs, 726, 1155, 1210, 1363, 1443, 1736.
-, Mote Park laid into see Monck, C.
-, New Lodge see Windsor Forest (Cranborne Lodge).

-, Herald see Ball, H., Dugdale, J., Heralds' College.

-, LITTLE PARK by the Castle, 1686, 1704, 1724.
-, Brick Close, making bricks in, 1686.
-, walk through, to the Castle, 1686.

Windt, Peter de, shipmaster, 1289.

Windward Islands, St. Lucca, St. Vincent, Dominigo, 100, 468.
-, Commander-in-Chief see Witham, Sir J.
-, Lieut.-Governor see Stede, E.

Wine, Robert, rebel in the West, 421.

WINE ACTS, First (for two years, 166870, by 19 and 20 Car. II, c. 6), accounts of, of J. Wadlow as Treasurer of the Managers, and discharges of several of the Managers, 152, 267, 6034, 652, 12501, 1289, 15956, 1918, 2027, 20356.
-, frauds, 267.
-, orders remaining on, 1033.

-, Retrospect (of the First Wine Act as by Clauses 1214 of the Second Wine Act), 323, 1595, 20356.

-, Second (for eight years, 16708, by 20 Car. II, c. 3), expiry of, 315.

-, new and additional duty on (by Act of 1 James II, c. 3, granting an imposition on all wine and vinegar imported 1685, June 24, to 1693, June 24), 315, 404, 1718.
-, allowance on decayed and defective wines, 315.
-, bonds on, 2109.
-, evading duties by subterfuge of wrecks see Wrecks.
-, importers, practices of, 1045.
-, issues out of moneys of, 431, 448, 497, 522, 534, 543, 547, 581, 599, 607, 629, 639, 668, 677, 684, 688, 699, 713, 719, 747, 754, 760, 780, 787, 794, 805, 848, 856, 864, 870, 890, 924, 948, 958, 1007, 1018, 1038, 1049, 1075, 1092, 1100, 1136, 1144, 1152, 1166, 1174, 1185, 1198, 1218, 1234, 1247, 1264, 1275, 1285, 1301, 1315, 1328, 1341, 1353, 1364, 1373, 1382, 1395, 1430, 1471, 1482, 1506, 1585, 1598, 1615, 1633, 1647, 1659, 1665, 1679, 1690, 1698, 1702, 1727, 1734, 1758, 1767, 1785, 1813, 1824, 1845, 1861, 1877, 1878, 1883, 1911, 1939, 1951, 1980, 2007, 2039, 2043, 2069, 2080, 2084, 2094, 2098, 2103, 2110, 2117, 2120, 2134, 2136, 2138.

Wine gallon, gauging measure, 1910, 1913.

WINE LICENCES REVENUE:
-, agent and solicitor for, see Ange, E.; office of, 138.
-, City prosecuting unfree licensees, 1944.
-, Commissioners or Managers (from 1682, Sept., Dering, H., Yonge, W., Taylor, Dr. J., Brighouse, M., Ryves, R.), 288, 312, 387, 403, 579, 679, 709, 12045, 1264, 1297, 1345, 1419; (from 1687, Dec., Dering, H., Yonge, W., Ryves, R., Russell, G.), 1662, 1716, 20589; interest and gratuity for their 30,000l. advance, 579; terms of their lease, 1298; method and change of management, 1264, 12978, 1334.
-, Comptroller General of Accounts of, see Granville, B., Howard, H.
-, general liberty for retailing Canary wines without licence, 1716.
-, licences and licensees' names, 403, 1297, 1345, 13967; licences evaded by the freedom of the Vintners' Company, 679, 819, 1662; evaded by Corporation grants of licences, 819, 12045, 1298, 1345, 20589; prosecutions, 819; sub-grants of licences, 1345.
-, loans on the revenue, 322.
-, local farms of, 1396.
-, Office, clerks of, see Cleve, R., Zouch, W.
-, revenue accounts of, 1298; settled on James II, 1419.
-, selling without licence, proposal concerning, 1387, 1604.
-, statute of 12 Car. II, c. 25 for selling wine, 1205.
-, tallies on and issues out of the revenue of, 193, 322, 327, 407, 434, 712, 954, 989, 1302, 1339, 1580, 1797, 1940, 2016, 2097.

WINES:
-, Algiers, 130.
-, Burgundy, 301.
-, Canary, 139, 140, 170, 834, 977, 995, 1604, 1716, 2055.
-, Claret, 1725.
-, French, 834, 1331, 1402, 1403, 1431, 2148.
-, Frontignac, 1192.
-, Italian, 686, 1101.
-, Malaga, 1846.
-, Maskadell, 1846.
-, Mostacholi, 1101.
-, Rhenish, 344, 355, 766, 834, 991, 1192, 1480, 1569, 2054.
-, Spanish, 834, 857.
-, Vin d'Aij, 1192.

Wingfield, Capt. Charles, Tangier, 844, 1163.

-, Capt. George, Tangier, 844, 1163.

-, James, surveyor of landwaiters, London, 2031, 2044.

-, Lieut. John, Tangier, 844.

-, William, upholsterer, surety for Sir W. Doyly, 1303, 1442, 1466, 1512, 2157.

Wingham (co. Kent), manor, 203, 229, 623, 652, 887.

Winiffe (Winniffe, Winifrie), Edmund, tidesman, London, 1446.

-, John, of Honiton, shoemaker, rebel in the West, 416, 2006.

Winkfield (co. Berks), 174, 192.

Winn, Winne see Wynne.

Winnell, Thomas, of Cranbrook, Essex, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London etc., 1804.

Winniffe see Winiffe.

Winsenburgh, Dirk van, in the staff of Van Dykvelt, envoy from the States General, 1192.

Winsham (co. Somerset), 2005.

Winstanley, Jeromia, poor Tangier soldier, 3678, 385.

Winter (Wintour), Ambr., rebel in the West, 419.

-, John, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Sir John, trustee for Queen Henrietta Maria, 1164.

-, Mr., inquisition as to Wildman's estates, 1684; Crown Law payment, 2106.

-, -, messenger to the Penny Post Office, 1674.

-, William, Crown rents, co. Lincoln, 1321.

Winteringham, Mr., joined with the Accomptant General in the Irish revenue, 1806: the Duke of York's private revenue before his accession, 1900.

Winterton, William, vicar of Ancaster, 2078.

Winthorpe (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2079.

Wire and woven wire engine see Iron wire; Engine.

Wisbech (co. Cambridge), 172, 1001, 2158.

Wise, Christopher, boatman, Dartmouth, 1475.

-, Francis, Commissioner for Norfolk Sheriffs' accounts, 840.

-, James, workman or clerk, Tangier, 1643.

-, Gabr[iel], rebel in the West, 417.

-, Thomas, master mason of the Works, 517, 1446, 1938.

-, William, surety of R. Blythe, 1970.

Wisdome, Thomas, tidesman, London, 798, 859.

Wiseman (Wyseman), Sir Edward, mercer, supplying the Stables, 1410, 1436.

-, John, Recusant, Over, co. Cambridge, 1922.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 423.

-, Samuel, tenant of marsh, Mundon, Essex, 2091.

-, Sir Thomas, mines royal, Durham, 1438.

-, William, rebel in the West, 416.

Wissing, William, painter, pictures for the King, 3434.

Wisson, Robert, tenant of marsh, Mundon, Essex, 2091.

Wislow (co. Yorks), rectory, 2071.

Witchells see Wichells.

Witham (Wytham), Henry, and his wife, Recusants, co. Somerset, 1123.

-, John, butcher, Romford, 1420, 1433, 1460.

-, Sir John, Lieut.-Governor of Barbados or Commander-inChief of the Windward Caribbee Islands in the absence of Sir R. Dutton, 5960, 94, 468, 47980, 506, 600, 611, 662, 1004.

-, Thomas, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks etc., 1696, 1805.

Witham (co. Somerset), 545.

Withens see Wythens.

Withered, John, murder of R. Freeman, 1349.

Witherell, Jose., rebel in the West, 423.

Withering, Arthur, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

Witherington see Widdrington.

Witherley, Sir Thomas, Physician to the King, 379, 636.

Withers, Charles, sheriff of Southampton, 1461.

-, Lieut. Henry, Tangier, 844.

-, John, tidesman, Exeter port, 375.

-, Peter, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

Withis, Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

Withypoole manor (co. Somerset), 1766.

Witley Park (co. Surrey), 887.

Witterley (in Knocklas co. Radnor), 1683.

Witton, Charles, gunner, Tangier, 847.

-, William, gunner, Tangier, 847.

Wittston, William, vicar of Long Rennington, 2078.

Witty see Whitty.

Wivell, Edward, Army pension, 702, 1470.

-, Mr., assistant to the Navy Victuallers, 663.

Wivenhoe (co. Essex), 1555, 2092.

Wixall, James, tidesurveyor, Liverpool, 1949.

Woking (co. Surrey), 886, 887; Crossbrook in, 886.

Wolfe, Mr., coffeeman, Dowgate Hill, London, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1673, 1675.

Wollaston (co. Salop), 1129.

Wolliford, Capt., shipmaster, 1628.

Wolloscott, Martin, of Sutton, loyal Recusant, 637.

Wolmar, Thomas, child of the Chapel Royal, 1822.

Wolseley, Capt. William, Conservator and Supervisor of Dean Forest, 1265, 1346, 1407, 1549.

Wolstonholme, Henry (son of Sir Thomas), Plantation Duty clerk in the Custom House, London, 245, 267.

-, Sir John, collector outwards, London, 1404.

-, Thomas, customer of Bridgwater, 229, 264, 526, 603, 838, 1344, 1692; ditto of Minehead, 691.

-, Sir Thomas, Bagg's estate, 742, 7934, 1097, 1273; petition for his son, 245; his father, 793.

Wolveston, Nicho., waiter, Mannington, 2158.

Wombridge (co. Salop), 1399.

Wood, Andrew, Army pension, 703, 1282, 1470, 1710.

-, Anthony, coal mines, Ripon, 1624.

-, Benjamin, laceman to the Stables, 1410.

-, Charles, saddler, saddler for the New Raised Forces, 606.

-, Christopher, sheriff of Oxfordshire, 527.

-, Dame Clara, wife of Sir Edward, 488, 1574, 1580, 1611, 1651, 1669, 1685, 2110; her brother, 1611.

-, Edward, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Sir Edward, Envoy Extraordinary to Sweden, 242, 243, 248, 339, 355, 366-7, 488, 1685; lodgings, 242; Hearthmoney tallies, 15034, 1607.

-, Eliz., purser's bills due to, 953.

-, Henry, tenant, Higham, Kent, 886.

-, -, tenant, Macclesfield, 1337.

-, -, coal mines, Ripon, 1624.

-, Sir Henry, trustee for Queen Henrietta Maria, 1164; Queen of Portugal's voyage to Lisbon, 1798.

-, James, tenant, Reigate, 1581.

-, Jeremy, Customs frauds, Essex, 1410.

-, John, butcher, Romford, 1410, 1420, 1433, 1460.

-, -, waterman, London, 147; collector, Blakeney and Cley, 2158.

-, -, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

-, Capt. John, shipmaster, 1529, 2174.

-, Mr., tenant of marsh, Moze, Essex, 2091.

-, -, sorter, Post Office, 1672, 1673.

- (Woods), Nathaniel, doorkeeper to the Excise Office, 132, 297, 657, 694, 836.

-, Richard, boatman, Minehead. 2108.

-, Thomas, son of Christopher, 527.

- (Woods), Thomas, goldsmith, of the Jury of Goldsmiths for Trial Pieces, 2128.

-, Thomas, of Paglesham, smuggler, 1569, 1629, 1648.

-, -, tenant, Horsey Island Creek, Essex, 2090.

-, William, tenant, Higharn, Kent, 886.

-, -, assistant to the master gunner, Tangier, 408, 815, 847.

-, -, Customs frauds, Essex, 1410.

Wood see Red Saunders wood, Caliators, Jamaica, Logwood.

Wood farm (farm of duties on unwrought wood, glass, stone, earthenware etc.), accounts, 37, 643.
-, administered by Customs officers, 4467, 58990, 591.
-, credit by Farmers to importers, 21089.
-, farmer of (see Yarmouth, Earl of), receipts to be held up from, 63, 539.
-, history of, 4467, 58990.
-, issues out of, 131, 500, 539, 591, 1228, 1547.
-, seizures of wood (Royal Africa Company), 170.

Woodall, William, shipmaster, 99.

Woodbridge, Samuel, noontender, London, 64.

Woodbridge (co. Suffolk), 1287, 1330, 2073.

Woodchester (co. Gloucester), 1842.

Woodchurch (co. Kent), 1983.

Woodcock, John, lands, Ireland, 565.

-, Samuel, tenant of concealed lands, Bermondsey, 882.

-, William, rebel in the West, 419.

Woodeson, John, goods, Windsor, 700.

Woodfield, William, groom, Tangier, 1642.

Woodford, Hen., rebel in the West, 424.

Woodford Walk see Waltham Forest.

Woodham Ferris (co. Essex), 2092.

Woodhave, John, tidesman, Newcastle, 14, 1476.

Woodhouse, James, Commissioner to enquire of Knighton lands, 1683.

Woodland, Josiah, and partners [Navy contract], 180.

-, Math., rebel in the West, 422.

Woodmongers' Company, 696; charter, 268.

Woodrow, Anthony, rebel in the West, 422.

-, John, rebel in the West, 422.

Woodruffe (Woodroffe, Woodrosse), Edmond, clerk to Sir G. Downing as a Teller, 444.

-, Robert, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

Woods, James, merchant, London, 977, 1131.

-, Thomas, Nathaniel and Thomas, see Wood.

Woods see Forests.

Woodsgrove (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 566.

Woodspring and Woodspring Hill (co. Somerset), 1091.

Woodstock (co. Oxford), 1184.

Woodward, Edw., Poll arrear [on his salary as messenger to the Queen Dowager], 1391.

-, Godfry, grant of W. Tombs' estate, 1508.

-, John, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Joseph, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Mary, senr. and junr., wife and daughter of Joseph, 1128.

-, Tho., importing brandy, 388, 409.

-, William, tobacco planting, England, 1594, 1631.

-, v, Eyres, Crown Law case, 1068.

Woodyear, Rowland, farm of export of lampernes, 63, 1419, 1667, 2025.

Woogan, Capt., in Scotland, 107.

WOOL and Woolfells, and WOOLLEN (and see Cotton wool; Staplers' Company).
-, alien ships laden with wool liable to seizure, 135.
-, bonds, forfeitures, grant of, see Ireland, Cook, R.
-, frauds, Ireland see Ireland.
-, illicit export of (mostly from the shores of Kent to France) and Proclamations and schemes to prevent same, and seizures of ships laden with, 76, 107, 119, 376, 437, 625, 6501, 652, 664, 665, 679, 748, 764, 774, 818, 1081, 1235, 1273, 1329, 1344, 1354, 1369, 1374, 1501, 1617, 16567, 1740, 1781, 1788, 1803, 1815, 1820, 1825, 1834, 1840, 1841, 1857, 1863, 1866, 1868, 1920, 1959, 1974, 2026, 2035, 2101.
-, coney wool see coney.
-, export to Jersey and Guernsey see Jersey, Guernsey.
-, -, Customs on, 168; wool, hides and pelts, Cus toms of, 610, 755.
-, -, from Scotland, 2083, 2085.
-, -, of lambskins to Ireland, 1685.
-, sloop to prevent illicit export, 376, 392, 651, 679.
-, stockings, manufacture, 743.

-, cloth TRADE and manufacture, cloth, English, 1085; imported duty on, 1085.
-, clothiers, 679.
-, Companies engaged in, 6501, 733.
-, decay of, 6501, 1441.
-, drapery, white, manufacture of, 1276.
-, staplers see Staplers.
-, white cloth, trade in, see Hamburg Company.

Woolace, Mr., place in Chelsea College, 1956.

Wooler (co. Northumberland), 468, 666, 1399, 2009.

-, Woolhead, Jo., of Thornborough, 2085.

Woollaston (co. Gloucester), 626.

Woollen trade see Wool.

Woolley, John, tenant, Stoneham, Sussex, 888.

-, -, tenant, Knighton, Radnor, 1699.

-, Robert, saltpetre for the Ordnance, 44, 141, 189, 272, 660.

Woollmington, John, rebel in the West, 423, 425.

Woolridge (Woolrich), Margaret, lands, co. Worcester, 1759.

-, William, rebel in the West, 419.

Woolsters, Jacob, shipmaster from Rotterdam, 799.

Woolverton, Nicholas, waiter, Manningtree, 1154.

Woolwich (co. Kent), 663, 1675.
-, fortifications, 1859.
-, Navy Stores and Yard at, see Navy (Stores and Yards).

Wootton (Wooten), Charles, carpenter, Tangier, 1641.

-, John, Poll arrear, 1390.

-, Sara, lands, co. Glamoragan, 1213.

-, Lieut. Wingfield, Tangier, 844.

Wootton (co. Norfolk), 886.

Wootton Bassett, Lord, see Hyde, L.

Wootton Wawen (co. Warwick), Recusants in, 1128.

Worcester, Marquess of, see Somerset, H.

Worcester fight, services to Charles II in assisting his escape from, and pensions for same, 65, 107, 130, 195, 246, 277, 283-4, 323, 433, 716, 794, 821, 1182, 1266, 1302, 1554, 17223, 1786, 1878, 1992, 2029.

- bishopric, Tenths of, 51, 691.

-, city, 916, 1196, 1553, 1605, 1683, 1698.

- County, 651, 653, 1332, 1341, 1348, 1584, 1630, 1687, 1693, 1759.

- -, auditor, 1440.

- -, inns in, 739.

- -, Quakers, 634.

- -, Receiver of Assessments, 1196, see Langley, J., Twitty, G., Twitty, T.

- -, Recusants, Receiver of Forfeitures see Baker, T.; Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines, 1696, 1993, 2056.

- -, tobacco planting in, 12, 392.

- Lodge see Dean Forest.

Wordell, John, fine for forgery, 501.

Worden see Werden.

Workhouse (Workehouse), John, Commissioner for Norfolk Sheriffs' accounts, 840; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2179.

Workman (Workeman, Warkman), Thomas, soldier, noontender, London, 493, 668, 953, 1453, 1595, 1640.

WORKS, the (in Scotland Yard), accounts see Works (Paymaster).
-, extraordinaries of, 10; details of, 27, 28, 131, 134, 166, 181, 265, 313, 332, 335, 387, 456, 462, 539, 980, 1011, 1014, 1247, 1458, 1547, 1610, 1872.
-, for the Coronation see Coronation.
-, King's servants payable in, 2141.
-, officers of, 111, 1568, 1606, 1850, 1938.
-, arrears of, at the death of Charles II, 2, 8.
-, monthly meetings of, 112.
-, rules for, 112.
-, carpenter see Yates, Richard.
-, chief carpenter see Banks, M.
-, chief glazier see Ireland, W.
-, clerk engrosser, 111, see Dickinson, W.
-, master bricklayer, 111, see Emmitt, M.
-, master carver see Phillips, H.
-, master joiner see Kinward, T., Fort, A.
-, master mason see Oliver, J., Wise, T.
-, master plasterer, 111, see Grove, J.
-, plumber at Windsor see Roberts, M., White, A.
-, purveyor, 1099, see Radcliffe, J., Haughton, A.; his office to be sunk, 112.
-, serjeant painter, 139, see Streeter, R.
-, Serjeant plumber, 111, see Atherton, C.
-, Paymaster of, 1129, see May, H., Packer, P., Lloyd, T. (at Windsor see Windsor; at Winchester see Winchester Castle).
-, accounts, 217, 271, 643, 650, 6545, 972, 973, 1143, 1149, 1277, 1458, 1611.
-, amount of security to be given to the King for his office, 1143, 1153, 1159.
-, issues to, for the Works, 10, 50, 58, 104, 115, 131, 133, 134, 166, 188, 190, 207, 229, 281, 313, 332, 348, 358, 387, 393, 431, 456, 462, 489, 497, 498, 529, 539, 628, 654 5, 699, 759, 775, 830, 866, 890, 904, 911, 947, 958, 970, 979, 980, 989, 1007, 1142, 1143, 1173, 1184, 1197, 1198, 1247, 1248, 1263, 1328, 1372, 1382, 1406, 1416, 1430, 1444, 1445, 1471, 1497, 1499, 1506, 1507, 1539, 1547, 1568, 1571, 1586, 1597, 1606, 1610, 1633, 1634, 1679, 1738, 1757, 1758, 1767, 1785, 1796, 1813, 1824, 1834, 1845, 1861, 1872, 1884, 1898, 1911, 1924, 1940, 1951, 1969, 1991, 2007, 2050, 2055, 2056, 2063, 2080, 2094, 2103, 2117, 2123, 2139, 2162.
-, payments by, 848, 1263, 1842.
-, stores, 891.
-, Storehouse in the Mint in the Tower, 291, 701, 720, 749, 1634.
-, Surveyor General see Wren, Sir C., 91, 112, 217, 1027, 1811, 2139; to supervise all buildings in the King's palaces, 679.

Worlington (co. Suffolk), 1805.

Wormeley, Christopher, member of the Council, Virginia, 1691.

Worplesdon (co. Surrey), 887.

Wornell, Christopher, rebel in the West, 423, 425.

-, William, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Worrall, John, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 420, 425.

Worsley (Worstley), Dr. Benjamin, issues to, for the Council of Foreign Plantations, 37.

-, John, curate of Redbourne, 2076.

-, Dame Mary, executrix of Sir Robert, 1739.

-, Sir Robert, Sir R. Peyton's estate, 1739.

Worsopp, Thomas, patent customer, Dublin, 1995.

Worth, Mr., employed in the tin farthings, 1624.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Worthwall (Wortheval), Richard, waiter, St. Ives, 1792.

Wortley, John, labourer, Tangier, 1642.

-, Sidney (alias Montagu), houses, Tangier, 303, 814.

Wotton of Wotton, Lord, see Kirkhoven, C. H.

Wotton, Edward, 1st Lord Wotton of Marley, manor of Northfleet, 886.

Woven wire engine see Engine.

Wraggoe Deanery, Lincoln diocese, 2079, 2080.

Wragholm lordship (co. Lincoln), 198.

Wrawby (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2079.

Wray, Sir Bouncher, 278; Commissioner for rebels in the West, 546; Troop of Horse against rebels in the West, 1317.

-, Chris., Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, John, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

Wrayford, Mr., importing molasses, 1856.

Wrayth, Nicholas, Quaker, co. Kent, 633.

Wrecks and Admiralty, drails of, 439, 491.
-, contrivance of wrecks to escape Customs dues, 544.
-, Customas and Excise duties on salvage see Customs (wrecks) Excise (wrecks).
-, goods, legal question as to, 544.
-, in Hispaniola see Hispaniola.
-, in Isle of Wight, 1096, 1155.
-, in the West, 1081; on the South Coast, grant of, 20601.

Wren, Sir Christopher, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178; Comptroller of the Works, Windsor Castle and Forest, 137; Surveyor General of the Works, 17, 58, 81, 86, 89, 97, 111, 112, 115, 119, 134, 150, 158, 168, 183, 197, 210, 215, 258, 269, 274, 280, 291, 353, 394, 408, 430, 457, 462, 470, 502, 575, 576, 577, 578, 580, 581, 587, 589, 591, 605, 623, 640, 658, 672, 678, 679, 696, 738, 788, 795, 807, 810, 817, 854, 875, 891, 915, 942, 950, 951, 954, 973, 1000, 1008, 1011, 1014, 1033, 1050, 1055, 1060, 1081, 1102, 1119, 1133, 1149, 1153, 1155, 1169, 1210, 1211, 1212, 1239, 1241, 1263, 1264, 1268, 1277, 1280, 1299, 1330, 1378, 1398, 1402, 1414, 1417, 1437, 1446, 1463, 1466, 1478, 1480, 1504, 1505, 1521, 1533, 1567, 1594, 1601, 1606, 1634, 1637, 1652, 1666, 1680, 1704, 1708, 1716, 1722, 1752, 1786, 1789, 1801, 1809, 1825, 1842, 1848, 1850, 1882, 1929, 1938, 1942, 19556, 1986, 1988, 2018, 2085, 2121, 2126, 2129, 2133, 2135; grant of office of, 137.

-, Ralph, Commander, Royal Navy, 4.

-, Thomas, boatman, Newhaven, 2009.

Wricker (Plymouth), 1914.

Wricklemarsh (co. Kent), 2084.

Wright, Ezekiel, messenger attending the Treasury, 2161.

-, Frances, Navy bill, 1294.

-, Henry, porter in the Excise Office, 132, 1458.

-, -, attorney, 1915.

-, James, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, John, tenant, Great Staughton, 2067.

-, -, Recusant, co. Midd., 1022.

-, Joshua, Quaker, Kent, 633.

-, Michael, painter, servant to the Earl of Castlemaine, 1544.

-, Mr., Crown Law case against, 2106.

-, -, Mayor of Maidstone, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Kent, 2028.

-, Nathaniel, messenger attending the Treasury, 2161.

-, -, tidesman, Lynn, 426.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Warwick etc., 1805, 1982.

-, Sir Robert, Justice of the King's Bench, 361; a Baron of the Exchequer, 1, 414, 449, 606, 1199, 1318, 1346; petition for fee farms, 1973.

-, Rope, Crown law payment, 1068.

-, Thomas, mason, Tangier, 1643.

-, -, tenant of marsh land, Essex, 2089.

-, William, shipmaster, 1718.

-, -, Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710.

Wrighting, Thomas, boatman, Maldon port, 1193.

Wrightson, Robert, fine on, at York Assizes, 1789.

Wriothesley, Thomas, Earl of Southampton, Lord Treasurer, 189, 196, 323, 490, 1231, 1259, 1260, 1300, 1413, 1526.

Writs see Alienations (writs of covenant and writs of entre); de excommunicato capiendo; Latitat; Long writ; Privilege; Quo warranto.

Wrockwardine, co. Salop, 1399, 1498; lands called Smiths Piece, Cockshut Piece, Smyth's Grounds, The Knabb, 1399.

Wroth, John, of Loughton, Essex, purchase of land from, for Waltham Forest, 1006.

-, Mathew, grocer [London], 1215.

Wrottesley, Sir W., grant to, in trust for the Pendrells, 716.

Wyatt (Wiatt), Edwyn, second Judge of Carmarthen, Pembroke and Cardigan, 1633.

-, George, organ blower to the Chapel Royal under Charles 11, 1183, 1224.

-, John, discoveries in Excise, 108.

-, -, on behalf of J. Hobson, late Consul at Venice, 354.

-, -, smuggling, Dover, 1729, 1736.

-, Richard, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

-, William, tidesman, Appledore, 595; ditto, Exmouth, 1928.

-, Zachary, lands, Wilton, Somerset, 1091.

Wyburne (Wyborne), Sir John, Navy captain, 21, 71.

Wychcot see Whichcott.

Wyche (Wiche), Sir Peter, Resident with the Hanse Towns or Resident at Hamburg, 42, 44, 115, 853, 876, 895, 1218, 1220, 1395, 1409, 1496, 1497, 1571, 1573, 1834, 1836, 1898, 1902, 1907, 1908, 1951, 1956.

Wychwood Forest (co. Oxford), Burford Lawn Rail, 1005.
-, felling timber in, 67, 1005.
-, lodges in (Mr. Clutterbuck's, J. Kne's), 1005.
-, main lodge, stables and garden, 67.
-, ranger of, see Legg, J.
-, repairs, 709.
-, Shorthampton Lodge, 1005.

Wycks see Wicks.

Wycombe (co. Bucks), 1983.

- Deanery, Lincoln diocese, 2076 Wyke (co. Dorset), manor, 1725.

Wyldboare see Wildbore.

Wynch see Winch.

Wymondsold, Dame Eliz., heiress of Sir T. Gould, 16367.

Wynd (Wynde, Winde), Capt. William, Troop in the New Raised Forces, 637; petition for rebels' fine, 809, 11701, 1246.

Wyne, Edward de, shipmaster, Bruges, 1322.

Wynne (Winne, Wyne), Cadwallader, outlaw, Denbigh, 613.

-, Christopher, tenant, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

-, Dr. [? Owen], lease of Original and Pre fines, cos. Anglesea, Carnarvon, Merioneth, 720, 745, 1010, 1374, 1537.

-, Edward, Commissioner for concealed lands in various counties, 693, 740.

-, Henry, Menai Ferry, 1527.

-, -, clerk to Excise Commissioners, 25; Register to ditto, 1458.

-, John, of Melay, Denbigh, stewardship of Denbigh, 63, 177.

-, -, his walk, see Salcey Forest.

-, -, collector, Newcastle port, 1107.

-, Sir John, steward of Bromfield and Yale, North Wales, 1640.

-, Maurice, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, North Wales. 829, 1854.

-, Owen. Serjeant at Law, 278; third Judge at Ludlow, 1311; Chief Justice for Brecon [Radnor and Glamorgan], 1311.

-, Dr. Owen (and see Wynne, Dr.), Warden of the Mint, 929, 941, 953, 969, 1038, 1039, 1060, 1157, 1204, 1210, 1213, 1322, 1330, 1400, 1480, 1731, 1754, 1801, 1821, 2010, 2099, 2128.

-, Richard, collector, Newcastle port, 1107.
-, Commissioner for derelict lands, co. Yorks, 1452.

-, Sir Richard, trustee for Queen Henrietta Maria, 1164.

-, Tho., Knighton tolls, 1605.

-, William, supervisorship in Excise, 34.

-, -, son of John, stewardship of Denbigh lordship, 63, 177, 751, 16401.
-, lands, co. Denbugh, 861.

Wynnell, Thomas, of Cranbrook [Park], Essex, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London and Westminster, 1695.

Wyre Water (Poulton port, co. Lancs), 448, 1948.

Wysall Vicarage (co. Notts), 1978.

Wyseman see Wiseman.

Wytham see Witham.

Wythens (Withens), Sir Francis, Serjeant at Law, a Justice of the King's Bench, 1, 414, 628, 636, 1199.

Wythyman, John, rebel in the West, 423.

Y

Yale lordship (co. Denbigh), 1428, 1603, 1640.

Yallop, Sir Robert, of Bawthorp, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk etc., 1805.

Yarborough Deanery, Lincoln diocese, 2079.

Yarburgh, Henrietta, Maid of Honour to the Queen Consort, royal bounty on her marriage, 1054, 1094, 1118.

Yard, Mr., undersecretary, 462; in the Gazette Office, 1459.

Yard Marsh (co. Norfolk), 886.

Yardley, William, underhousekeeper and wardrobe keeper of Greenwich Palace and keeper of the Dwarf Orchard and Gardens, 334; housekeeper of Greenwich House or Palace, 1190.

Yards, Naval, see Navy (Yards).

Yarmouth, Earl of, see Paston, R. and W.

Yarmouth (Isle of Wight), 1278; fort, 2156.

-, (co. Suffolk), port and officers of, 117, 118, 136, 173, 198, 208, 229, 241, 259, 538, 613, 622, 691, 706, 842, 859, 873, 907, 921, 976, 1112, 1159, 1193, 1289, 1436, 1438, 1552, 1556, 1561, 1587, 1588, 1680, 1762, 1805, 1828, 1827, 1949, 2034, 2154, 2158; Excise allowance for the herring and North Sea fishery, 390, 432, 986, 1050, 1658; engine for dredging, 762; seizing a house in, 1046; Road, 657.

Yarmouth Road (Post Office Road), 1283, 1971.

Yarn see Stuffs; denomination of, 670.

Yarner, Abraham, Deputy Muster Master, 1286.

Yate (and see Yates), Edward, of Brickland, loyal Recusant, 637.

-, Sir John, of Buckland, loyal Recusant, 637.

Yateman, Ann, of Abingdon, loyal Recusant, 637.

Yates (Yeates and see Yate, Yatts), Elizabeth, daughter of Francis and wife of T. Dawson, Worcester flight pension, 246.

-, -, wife of Francis, Worcester flight pension, 716.

-, Francis, husband of Elizabeth, Worcester flight pension, 716.

-, -, of Longlo Lawn, husband of Margaret and father of Nicholas, Worcester flight pension, 716, 821.

-, Margaret, wife of Francis, 716, 821.

-, Mathew, of London, shipowner, 2081.

-, Mrs. Merriall, debt from Mr. Dickinson, 1987.

-, Nicholas, son of Francis, Worcester flight pension, 716, 761, 821, 904, 906, 964, 989, 1302, 1304, 1482, 1493, 1586, 1592, 1608, 1784, 1785, 1891, 1926, 1991; his sister, see Tonkes, Ann.

-, Richard, carpenter in the Works, 1988.

Yatts (and see Yate, Yates), Abraham, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Ann, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Benjamin, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, John, Recusant, co. War1124.

-, Joseph, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Joyce, wife of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Sarah, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Yeabsly, Thomas, merchant, Tangier victualling, 317, 827.

Yealm [Monk] (Plymouth port), 349, 1914.

Yeangs, Thomas, waiter, Seaton and Beer, 2009.

Yeard (Whitchurch Canons, co. Dorset). 1894.

Yeates see Yates.

Yeldham (co. Essex), 2093.

Yellowleaze (Morgallion barony, co. Meath), 569.

Yelverton, Joseph, lands, Ireland, 560.

Yennon (? co. Oxford), 455.

Yeo, Leonard, outlaw, lands, Devon, 1923.

Yeoman Harbinger see Harbinger.

- of the Male see Royal Stables.

- of the Mouth to the King see Budding, T.

-, of the Pastry see Royal Household (Pastry).

- of the Revels see King's Revels.

- of the Toils see King's Tents.

-, rider of the Hunting Horses see Royal Stables.

- riders see Royal Stables.

- saddler see Royal Stables.

Yeomans, Sir Roberts, of Redlands, co. Gloucester, baronet fee, 819, 820, 1066.

Yeomen of the Guard, issues for, 46, 115, 116, 245, 265, 1091, 1095, 1178, 1182, 1342, 2097, 2098, 2104, 2124, 2132; pay, 634.
-, arms, 49.
-, arrears, 707, 1254, 1431, 1844.
-, clerk of the cheque, 1091, 1182, see Smith, Richard; deputy clerk of cheque, see Coleman, T.
-, liveries, 983, 984, 1598, 1599.
-, pensions, 1081, 1095, 1236, 1406.

Yeovil (co. Somerset), 252, 270.

Yerbury, John, bailiffship of rents, co. Somerset, 1545.

Yoake see Noke.

Yonge see Young.

YORK, DUKE OF (all the following being personal and private matters or matters prior to his accession as James II; for all personal matters to him as King see King's, Royal, Whitehall, Windsor), 317, 341, 1584.
-, action de scandalis magnatum, 1511, 1546, 1561.
-, birthday, 3012.
-, Commissioners for his Household see Worden, MajorGeneral R., Butler, Sir N., Graham, R.
-, daughters see Parincess of Orange, Princess Anne.
-, dowry to Princess Anne see Princess Anne.
-, Excise income (24,000l. per an. out of) and arrears due to, as Duke, 4, 15, 35, 43, 59, 5856.
-, in Flanders, 94.
-, interest in Long Island, 1175.
-, lands, private revenue (England), 374, 499, 1213, 1319, 1333, 1508, 1575, 1582, 16012, 1621, 18991900, 1945, 2097.
-, auditor of, see Aldworth, W.
-, Commissioners for, 1601 2, 1621, 1625, 1810, see Werden, R., Werden, Sir J., Butler, Sir N., Graham, R.
-, Treasurer and Receiver General of, see Apsley, Sir P., Bathurst, Sir B.
-, land and revenues, Ireland, see Ireland (lands).
-, loans to, 182.
-, Lord High Admiral, 827.
-, payments to, from France, 1502.
-, physician to, see Quatremaine, Dr. W.
-, Post Office, 585, 1513, 1524; farm and 24,000l. per an. out of, see Post Office.
-, Regiment of Foot in the New Raised Forces, 406.
-, renting a barge house from Archbishop of Canterbury, 1735.
-, revenue and Commissioners and Treasurer see York, Duke (lands).
-, rights in New York, see New York.
-, Robes, Office of, 384.
-, servants, arrears to, 627, 656, 754, 769, 775, 899, 1398.
-, wardrobe keeper at St. James's see Kinnersley, Mr.

-, DUCHESS (for all references subsequent to her accession see Queen's, Royal, Whitehall, Windsor):
-, franking letter of, 462.
-, goods for, 1625.
-, secretaries to, 462, see Nipho, Werden, Sir J., Dupees, Monsieur.
-, -, ARCHBISHOP (see Dolben, J.), 21, 741, 7723, 1208.
-, palace at Bishopthorpe, 1383.
-, sede vacante temporalities, administration of, 705, 741, 761, 765, 7723, 911, 925, 941, 955, 990, 997, 1008, 1104, 1156, 1172, 1199, 1234, 1297, 1306, 1392, 1475, 1608, 1732, 1777, 1947 8, 2007, 2069, 2070, 2071, 2133; Act of Parliament concerning, 1685; liberties in and perquisites of Courts and Sessions of Justices, 7723; Receiver of sede vacante revenues see Sugar, N.

-, Dean and Chapter, 955, 990, 997, 1008, 1392, 1669.

-, diocease, First Fruits, 661.
-, redemption money for captives, collections in, 166970.
-, Registers in [registrars] of, 1670.
-, Tenths, 71, 1208; pensions on, 225, 249, 1300, 1346; Receiver of, see Walker, A.

-, CITY, 152, 230, 266, 386, 1138, 1213, 1308, 1411, 1529, 1732.
-, assizes, 154.
-, Castle, 624.
-, Crookes, 1825.
-, gaol, 465.
-, Governor of, see Reresby, Sir J.
-, Hearthmoney see Greathead, J.
-, post fines, 90.
-, Receiver of Crown Revenues, for, 1602.
-, Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, 102930, 1982, see Justice, W.
-, St. Lawrence, vicarage, 1976.
-, St. Mary's Manor and Liberty, 291, 311, 323, 15656, 1602; bailiff of, see Godfrey, S.; manor house, 1445, 15656, 1602; closes in, 1602; St. Mary's Gate, 1602.
-, St. Mary, Castlegate, vicarage, 1976.
-, St. Michael in Spurrier Gate, vicarage, 1976.
-, St. Trinity, vicarage, 1976.
-, St. Wilfred, rectory, 1976.

-, COUNTY, 170, 226, 275, 604, 615, 621, 626, 670, 673, 680, 836, 837, 841, 850, 867, 1006, 1048, 1066, 1178, 1179, 1215, 1245, 1254, 1261, 1270, 1299, 1308, 1322, 1331, 1361, 1367, 1411, 1456, 1568, 1608, 1685, 1741, 1766, 1802, 1826, 1892, 1912, 19345, 1963, 2007.
-, Assizes and Sessions, records of, 1206, 1789.
-, auditor and deputy auditor, 1602.
-, aulnage duty in, 697.
-, derelict lands, 1452.
-, Excise, 276, 776, 855, 1850.
-, fee farms, 852.
-, Hearthmoney, 205, 1322, 1488, see Greathead, J., Trant, M., Broughton, A.
-, inns and alehouses in, 739, 807, 870, 943.
-, Receiver of Crown Revenues, 276; perpetual pensions on said revenues, 1602.
-, Recusants, 454, 624, 626, 808, 102931, 11379, 12057, 1982; Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures see Justice, W., Morris, C.; Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines in, 1696, 1805.
-, Ridings, East, 268, 269, 870, 1029, 1139, 1207, 1826.
-, North, 268, 776, 870, 943, 1029, 1139, 1207.
-, West, 153, 870, 1084, 1137, 1205, 1452.
-, sheriffs, 153, 624, 808, 102930, 11379, 12057, 1776, 2133.

-, Herald see Heralds' College, Devenish, R.

-, River, Virginia, 1433.

Yorke, John, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Sir William, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

Yorkfleet Creek (co. Essex), 2093.

Yorkins (Welle Cadder Lowarth [? Llwynarth]), (lands, co. Anglesea), 458.

Youghal (co. Cork), 288, 1773, 2010.

Young (Yonge), Antho., ship's captain, 1529.

-, Bath, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Cambridge etc., 2028.

-, Charles, collector, Arundel, 730.

-, Edward, landwaiter, Exeter, 1928, 2009.

-, Francis, wool exporter, Shoreham, 1841.

-, Gustavus, surety for Hugh Smith, 391.

-, Henry, prosecuting clippers, 542.

-, Jacob, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, [John,] of the Council, New York, 1627.

-, Mr., Customs fraud information, 1098.

-, -, King's Bench fine on, 662, 1174; in custody, 1843.

-, -, tenant of Hermitage Farm, co. Berks, 501.

-, Mris., payment to, 2138.

-, Peter, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, boatman, Cowes, 1278.

-, Capt. Richard, bringing Hanson from Barbados without leave, 62, 97, 522, 530, 10247.

-, Sir Walter, of Eastcott, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Dorset etc., 1804; rebels' estates in the West, 1829, 1846.

-, William, of Watcombe, loyal Recusant, 637.

-, -, Manager or Commissioner of Wine Licences, 1297, 1662.

Young Walter Stede's Coppice see Whittlewood Forest.

Younger, James, prisoner, 1801.

Yoxall Ward (Needwood Forest), 1374.

Yoxford (co. Suffolk), 1805.

Yoxon, Thomas, of Goddington, Recusant, 455.

Z

Zante, consul in, see Harby, Sir C.

Zealand (Netherlands), 1565, 1567, 2025.

Zeile, John, doorkeeper to the House of Commons, 594.

Zelle, Duke of (George William of Luneburg and Zelle), Court of, 1496.
-, envoy from, see ambassadors from.

Zennor ("Shenar, alias Senar"), co. Cornwall, 1714.

Zeno, Signor, ambassador from Venice, 617.

Zither ("Shicarre") strings, 1729.

Zitters (Citters), Arnont van, ambassador in ordinary from the States General, 1365; French memorial concerning, 427.

Zouch, Ann, wife of Thomas, 1693.

-, James, son of Thomas, 1693.

-, Thomas, lands, co. Hereford, 1387, 1693.

-, William, grandson of Dr. William, clerkship in the Wine Licence Office, 709.

-, Dr. William, royalist, 709.

Zulestein (Zeylestein, Zulistein), Monsieur William Henry, envoy from the Prince of Orange, 1530, 1578, 2022.