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A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 12. Originally published by Boydell & Brewer for Victoria County History, Woodbridge, 2010.

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INDEX

NOTES: Page numbers in bold indicate the main entry for a place. Page numbers in italic denote an illustration.

The following abbreviations and contractions have been used: Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Benj., Benjamin; Bucks., Buckinghamshire; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; Chas., Charles; Chris. Christopher; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; Derbs., Derbyshire; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fl., floruit; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Glam., Glamorgan; grds., grandson; Hants, Hampshire; Hen., Henry; Herefs., Herefordshire; Herts., Hertfordshire; Humph., Humphrey; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; m., married; Matt., Matthew; Middx, Middlesex; Mic., Michael; Mon., Monmouthshire; n, note; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; Northants., Northamptonshire; Notts., Nottinghamshire; Oxon., Oxfordshire; Phil., Philip; Reg., Reginald; Ric., Richard; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; s., son; Salop., Shropshire; Sam., Samuel; Staffs., Staffordshire; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Warws., Warwickshire; Wilts., Wiltshire; Wm., William; Worcs., Worcestershire.

A.

Abberley (Worcs.), named as an address, 45, 306

Abbot, John, 118

Abenhall, 191, 235, 237, 241 n, 245, 251, 253

Abercrombie, Lascelles, 167

Abergavenny (Mon.), carrier to, 243

Abitot, see d'Abitot

Abrahall, John, 203, 210

Ackers:
-, Benj. St John, 181, 190, 193
-, Chas. Penrhyn, 5, 62, 178, 180–1, 185–6, 190, 340
-, Torill, m. Mic. Freeman, 181
-, family, 3, 40, 180, 182, 193, 326, 334

Aconbury priory (Herefs.), 148, 154, 207, 208, 212

Acton:
-, Hen., 245
-, Wm., 334
-, family, 334

Addis (Adys):
-, John, 329
-, Wm., curate of Oxenhall, 280
-, family, 276

Agincourt, battle of, 269

Ainsworth, Oliver, 69

air strip, 303

Albright:
-, Dinah, 103–4, 115, 117–18, 122
-, Geo. Stacey, 104, 106, 115, 117, 122

Albright & Wilson, manufacturer of phosphorus, 115

Alderley, named as an address, 138

Aldridge, Rob., 340

Alfward (fl. 1066), 287

Alley:
-, Eliz., see Boulsdon
-, John, 42

Almeley (Herefs), named as an address, 40

Almondsbury, named as an address, 52

America, 167
-, emigration to, 172

Amyrable, Ric., 133

Anketil, John (one or more late 13th cent.), 17, 68

architects, see Armstrong, Ric.; Basevi, Geo.; Dancey, H.A.; Dolman, Jas.; Elrington, Jean; Fulljames, Thos.; Girdwood, J. & J.; Hamilton, Craig; Harris, E. Swinfen; Hayward, John; Hugall & Male; Jones, J.E.; Jones, Ric.; Jones, Rob.; Lethaby, Wm.; Maberly, A.W.; Medland, Jas.; Medland & Maberly; Medland & Son; Middleton, John; Middleton & Goodman; Millard, Jas.; Moore, Temple; Phillips, R.S.; Preedy, Fred.; Price, J.G.; Rees, Wm.; Rollinson, S., & Son; Rushforth, T.H.; Scott, Gilbert; Stratford, Ferdinando; Teulon, S.S.; Trew, Harold; Waller, F.W.; Waller & Son; Waller, Son, & Wood; Wells, A. Randall; Wood, Wal. B.; Wren, Sir Chris.

Arlingham, named as an address, 103–4

Armstrong, Ric., 301

Arnold, Sir Nic., 39, 49, 54

Arrowsmith, Joan, see Broke

Arts and Crafts Movement, 94

Arundel, earl of, see FitzAlan, Humph.

Ashcroft, Ric., 331

Ashleworth, 274–5
-, named as an address, 47

Ashley, Eliz., see Wyman

Astman:
-, John, 33
-, family, 33, 77

Aston, Wm., 273

Aston Ingham (Herefs.), 6, 8–10, 36–7, 57, 61, 79, 90, 226

Atherlard family, 50

Atherton:
-, Cath., 331
-, Chas. Bernard, 331
-, Hen. Holder, 331
-, Henrietta, 331
-, Louisa Henrietta, see Holder
-, Revd W.B., 345
-, family, 329, 338–9, 345

Atkins, Ric., vicar of Kempley, 219

Atkinson:
-, Hen., 328
-, John, 46, 328
-, Rob., 328

attorneys, 69; see also solicitors

Attwood:
-, M.L., 287
-, Wm., 296
-, family, 296

Aubrey (Awbrey):
-, Thos., 289
-, Wal., 114
-, family, 99

Australia, emigrant to, 51

Avenant, Thos., vicar of Newent, 81, 83

Avenel:
-, Douce (later Cecily), m. John de Mucegros, 5, 326, 336, 339 n
-, Margaret, 326
-, Ralph, 326
-, Wm., 326

Awbrey, see Aubrey

Awre, 193, 195, 235

Aycrigg, Benj., 19

Ayleford, see Newnham

Ayleway:
-, Chris., 330
-, Geof., 330
-, Hen., 330
-, Joan, 330
-, John (fl. early 16th cent.), 330
-, John (d. 1599), 329–30
-, John (fl. 1669), 234
-, Reynold (fl. 1306), 330
-, Reynold (fl. c.1315, ? same as last), 52
-, Ric. (fl. 1639), 64
-, Ric. (d. 1654, ? another), 330
-, Rog., 330, 337
-, Thos., 330
-, Wal., 330, 334
-, family, 320, 323, 330, 338

B.

Baderon of Monmouth, 180, 233

Bagshawe, Alfred Drake, rector of Taynton, 340, 344

Baird, Wm., vicar of Dymock, 172

Baker:
-, Geo., rector of Huntley, 190, 196
-, John, 236
-, Rob., 99
-, Thos., 235–6, 250

Ballingham (Herefs.), named as an address, 206

Bampton (Oxon.), named as an address, 139

Banister, see Baugh

banks, 69

Baptists, 84, 88, 90, 170–4, 195, 219–20, 222, 232, 246, 248, 252–4, 280

Barbados, 139

Barber:
-, Marianne, see Leigh
-, Rob., 53

Barbour, see Harper

Barnard:
-, Hannah, w. of Paul, 338, 340
-, Paul, 337–8

Barnes, H.V., 334

Barnsley, Ernest, 222

Barnsley, 142

Barr, Geo., vicar of Longhope, 253

Barre:
-, Isabel, m. 1 Humph. Stafford, earl of Devon, 2 Thos. Bourchier, 328
-, Joan, w. of John, 328
-, John, 328

Barrett:
-, Osman, 232–3, 246
-, family, 232

Barrington, Great, named as an address, 54

Barton:
-, Edith, w. of Wilfred, 50
-, Rose, 247–8
-, Wilfred, 50

Basevi, Geo., 105

Baskerville:
-, Edw., 219
-, Emme de, see St Léger
-, Wal. de, 203

Basset, Phil., 138. 169

Bath:
-, Aline of, m. Rob. de Sapy, 181.
-, Nic. of, 181, 183

Battersea (Surrey), named as an address, 139

Baugh (or Banister), Sir Rob., 267

Baynham family, 201, 233

Beach, John, 63

Beale:
-, Isabella, see Morse
-, John (fl. 1467–75), 106, 108, 114
-, John (fl. 1487, son of last), 106
-, John (fl. 1506, ? another), 106
-, John (fl. 1629–36), 268, 271, 279
-, John (d. 1775), 40
-, Mary, m. Wm. Symonds, 145–6, 268
-, Miles (d. 1698), 66
-, Miles (d. 1713), 40, 66
-, Miles (d. 1748), 40
-, Sam, 139, 145, 260, 268, 270
-, Theophilus, 51
-, Wm., vicar of Dymock, 51, 84, 88, 171
-, family, 31, 270

Bearcroft:
-, Edw., 48
-, Eliz., see Rogers
-, Eliz., m. Jas. de Visme, 48, 54
-, Phil. Rogers, 48

Beauchamp:
-, Guy de (d. 1315), earl of Warwick, 103
-, Ric. de (d. 1422), earl of Worcester, 103
-, Ric. de (fl. 1423), earl of Warwick, 103
-, Ric. (fl. late 15th cent.), Lord
-, Beauchamp, 100
-, Rog. (d. 1380), 138
-, Rog. (s. or grds. of last), 138
-, Thos. de (d. 1401), earl of Warwick, 103

Beauchamp, Earls, see Lygon

Beaufort, duke of, see Somerset, Hen.

Beckford (Worcs., formerly Glos.), named as an address, 39

Belgium, 296
-, refugees from, 297

Bellamy, Geo., 132

Bellers, Rob. Bridges, 328

bellfounders, see Green, Nic.; Llewellins & James; Pennington, John; Rigby, Alex.; Rudhall, Abraham and Thos.

Belson, John, 191

Bengeworth (Worcs.), 291

Bennion:
-, S.W. (? same as next), 146
-, Sam., 162
-, family, 162

Benson, Rachael, m. Decimus Weale, 144

Berkeley:
-, Anne, see Whittington
-, Brian, 287
-, Wm., 213

Berkeley, 194
-, named as an address, 173

Berkshire, see Sunninghill

Berrow (Worcs.), 97, 100, 104, 147
-, school, 116
-, Whiteleaved Oak, 100

Bethell:
-, Dorothy, w. of Revd Sam., see Jauncey
-, Dorothy, dau. of Revd Sam., 289
-, Mary, 289
-, Revd Sam., 289

Bewdley (Worcs.), 240

Bicknor, English, 336

Bicknor, Welsh (Herefs., formerly Mon.), 343

Billinghurst (Sussex), named as an address, 51

Bird:
-, John, 189
-, Wm., 189
-, family, 189

Birkenhead (Ches.), 339

Birmingham, named as an address, 115

Birt, Ric., 293

Birtsmorton (Worcs.), 106, 147
-, named as an address, 81

Blaisdon, 91–2, 176, 181, 194–5, 222, 226, 236, 245, 253–4

Blaisdon Red, plum called, 238

Blakeney, Wal. of, 119

Blencowe, P.G., 316

Blewett, Ephraim, 201–2, 211

Blindman's Gate, see Linton

Blisworth (Northants.), named as an address, 138

Blood:
-, Charlotte Constance, 182–3, 190
-, John Neptune, 182, 190

Blount:
-, Sir Chris., 139, 327
-, Sir Edm., 138
-, Lettice, see Devereux

Blundell:
-, Geo., vicar of Kempley and later rector of Taynton, 219, 342
-, Thos., vicar of Kempley, 219

Blunt:
-, Frances, m. —— Nayler, 182
-, Harriet, dau. of Thos., 182
-, Mary, w. of Thos., 182
-, Thos., 182, 189

Blurton, John, 266

Bodenham:
-, Joan, see Whittington
-, Rog., 287
-, Thos., 329

Bodenham (Herefs.), 141

Bohun, Hen. de, earl of Hereford, 138

Bolonies, see Bulnoys

Boroughbridge, battle of, 234

Bosworth:
-, Ann, w. of Harry, 205
-, Eliz., m. —— Nash, 205
-, Harry, 205
-, Wm., 205, 212

Botloe hundred, 2, 5
-, court, 71, 276
-, meeting place, 5–6

Botloe's Green, in Newent and Pauntley, 8–9, 29–30, 69, 91

Botte, Revd Wm., 103

Boughton, Rutland, 78

Boulsdon:
-, Eliz., m. John Alley, 42
-, Thos. of (fl. 1258), 42
-, Thos. (d. 1473), 42
-, Wm. of, 42

Boulsdon, see Newent

Boulton, R.L., 281

Bourchier:
-, Ant., 85
-, Barbara, see Richardson
-, Isabel, see Barre
-, Thos., 328
-, Wal., 142
-, Wm., 142

Bourchier, Lord, see Devereux, Wal.

Bourne:
-, Dorothy, m. Wal. Nourse (d. 1743), 47
-, John, 47

Boverel family, 34

Boverton (Glam.), named as an address, 139

Bower:
-, Edw., 66
-, John, 245
-, John Cocks, 330
-, family, 25, 66

Boyce, see Boys

Boyd, Fr. Wm., 91

Boys (Boyce):
-, Arnald du, 46, 326
-, Edm. du, 141
-, Ric. du (fl. 1200), 141
-, Ric. du (fl. 1286, 1299), 103, 118–19, 141
-, Wal. du, 141
-, Wal. (fl. 1385), 141
-, Wm. du, 326

Bradford:
-, Edm. 105
-, John (d. 1561), 104
-, John (fl. 1640), 49
-, Phil., 49
-, Rob., 111
-, Rog., 104
-, Wm., 104–5
-, family, 37, 160
-, see also Viner Bradford

Bradford-on-Avon (Wilts.), named as an address, 139

Bradley, Chris., 50

Brand Green, in Newent and Pauntley, 8, 27, 29–30, 39, 62, 69, 90–1, 284–5, 289
-, village hall, 298

brass wire manufacture, 334

Bray:
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1684), 41, 54, 87
-, Edm. (d. 1725), 54
-, Edm. (d. 1728), 54
-, Reg., 54
-, Reg. Morgan, 54
-, family, 64

Brayne, Rog., rector of Taynton, 342

bread and ale, assize of, 71, 336

Breteuil, Rog. of, earl of Hereford, 38, 137

Breuse, John de, 287

Brian;
-, Alice, w. of Guy de, 49, 265
-, Guy de, 265

Brickenden:
-, Carolina, see Somerset
-, Ric., 287

brick making, 63–4, 201, 211, 335

Bridges:
-, Edm., 141
-, Ellen, w. of Edm., 141
-, Sir John (d. 1530), 163, 170
-, John (d. 1561), 141, 267
-, Maud, see Henbarrow
-, Thos. (fl. 1457), 141
-, Thos. (d. by 1530, ? same as last), 170
-, Thos. (fl. 1592), 200
-, Wm. (d. 1523), 141, 160
-, Wm. (fl. 1530), 141
-, family, 141

Bridstow (Herefs), Wilton, named as an address, 3, 203, 213, 265

Bright, Thos., 245

Brindle:
-, Thos., 146
-, Wm., 146

Bristol, 157, 189, 240, 247, 335
-, named as an address, 236, 281

British Legion Housing Association, 21

Brock:
-, John, 269, 274, 276
-, Margery, w. of John, 269
-, Margery, m. John Hill, 269
-, see also Broke; Brooke

Brockhampton (Herefs.), 221

Broke:
-, Joan, m.—— Arrowsmith, 265
-, Thos., 265
-, see also Brock; Brooke

Bromesberrow, 1–2, 4–5, 95–122, 143, 152, 167, 198
-, advowson, 118
-, agriculture, 108–10
-, boundaries, 95–7
-, Bromesberrow Court, 99, 101–2, 104, 114
-, Bromesberrow Place, see Bromesberrow, Hook House
-, Brookend, 97
-,-, Lower Brookend, 99, 101
-,-, Upper Brookend, 99, 101, 106, 114–15
-, Brown's End, 99–100, 106
-, charities, 100, 113, 115–16, 120–1
-, Chase End, 100, 102
-, church, 97, 99, 113, 115, 118–22, 174
-, church house, 117
-, commons, 97–8, 108–10,
-, courts, 113–14
-, domestic architecture, 101–2, 104–5, 106–7
-, farms, 108–10
-, fields, 97, 108–9
-, fishponds, 97, 111
-, friendly society, 117
-, Hook House (Bromesberrow Place), 97, 99–100, 102, 104–105, 115–16
-, inclosure, 97, 110
-, manors, 102–4
-, manor houses, 115; see also Bromesberrow, Bromesberrow Court and Hook House (Bromesberrow Place)
-, mills, 97, 99, 111
-, named as an address, 150, 164
-, nonconformity, 120–1
-, parish officers, 113–14
-, park, 97
-, poor relief, 113–14
-, poorhouse, see Bromesberrow, workhouse
-, population, 98
-, pound, 100
-, reading room and library, 117
-, rectors, 119–22; see also Eaton, Ric.; Hayward, Wm.; Hill, Reg. Pyndar; Rigby, F.F.; Yate, Hen. Gorges Dobyns
-, rectory, 118
-, rectory houses, 100, 102, 118
-, roads, 97–8
-,-, road repairs, 114
-, schools, 100, 102, 115–17
-, settlement, 98–100
-, social structure, 114–16
-, societies and clubs, 117
-, tithes, 118
-, Toney's Farm, 96–7, 102, 107
-, trades, 112
-, village hall, 117
-, Woodend, 97, 100, 116
-, woodland, 96–7, 275
-, woodland management, 110–11
-, workhouse (formerly poorhouse), 100, 113–14

Bromesberrow Heath, in Bromesberrow and Dymock, 2, 4, 96, 98, 118, 122–3, 126, 131–2, 155–7, 160, 162–3, 166–7, 174
-, public house, 117, 166
-, school, 116–17; see also Dymock, schools, Haffield

Bromley:
-, (formerly Smith), Sir Geo., Bt, see Pauncefote
-, Rob., 45, 306
-, Sarah, see Pauncefoot
-, Sir Rob. Howe, 45
-, Wm., 45, 306

Bromwich:
-, (or Dyer), Rob., 114–15
-, Ann (or Agnes), see Payne
-, Constance, w. of John (d. 1388), m. 2 Hugh Waterton, 3 Rog. Leech, 103
-, Edm., 103
-, Edw., 103, 115
-, Isaac, 103
-, Jas., 115
-, John (d. 1388), 103, 114
-, John (fl. 1447), 103
-, John (d. 1485, ? another), 103
-, John (d. 1512), 103
-, John (d. 1567), 103, 110–11, 118
-, John (d. 1592), 99, 103, 114–15, 119
-, Lancelot, 235
-, Maud, w. of John (d. 1485), 103
-, Priscilla, see Yate
-, Rob., 103, 113, 115–16
-, Thos. (fl. 1420), 103
-, Thos. (fl. 1467), 103
-, Wm., 252
-, Yate, vicar of Longhope, 234–5, 252
-, family, 115

Brooke:
-, Revd Jas., 134
-, John (fl. 1617), 101
-, John (fl. 1787), 208
-, Kenneth, 207
-, Ric., 109–10, 117
-, Ric., curate of Kempley, 220
-, Rupert, 167
-, W.J., 207
-, Wm., 99
-, family, 200
-, see also Brock; Broke

Broom's Green, see Dymock

Broughton, John, 64

Bruton:
-, Hen. (d. 1894), 67
-, Hen. (fl. 1908), 59
-, family, 67

Bruton & Knowles, auctioneers, 62

Bryan, Chas., vicar of Preston, 314, 316

Buckingham, earl of, see Villiers, Geo.

Buckinghamshire, see Horwood, Little; Milton Keynes

Bulley, 192, 250
-, manor of Tibberton, Taynton, and Bulley, 331, 336

Bullock (Bulloc):
-, Thos., 213
-, Wm., 28
-, family, 201

Bulnoys (or Bolonies), John, 65

Bures:
-, Hawise de, see Mucegros
-, John de, 326, 337

Burge, ——, 338

Burgh, Hubert de, 127, 156, 158

Burgis:
-, Thos. (d. c.1715), 329
-, Thos. (d. 1718), 329

Burland:
-, John B.H., 41
-, Morris, vicar of Gorsley with Clifford's Mesne, 89

Burley:
-, Beatrice, w. of Ric., m. 2 Hugh Waterton, 328
-, Ric., 328

Burrell:
-, C.J.K., rector of Newent, 85
-, Geo., 329

Burrow, F., 250

Burrows, Wm., 267

Bushley (Worcs.), named as an address, 106

Butler:
-, Amice, w. of Jas., 265
-, Evan, 227
-, Hen., 291, 297
-, Jas., earl of Wiltshire, 265
-, John, 291, 296

Byfleet (Surrey), named as an address, 235

Byford, John of, 322, 337

Byron, J.M., 89

Byton (Herefs.), 279

C.

Cadbury Ltd, chocolate maker, 59

Cadle (Cadell):
-, Harriet, 51
-, Jas., 236
-, John (fl. 1617), 236
-, John (d. 1859), 51–2
-, Jos., 51
-, Jos. Draper, 51
-, Thos. (fl. 1849), 20, 69
-, Thos. (d. 1859), 51, 53
-, family, 322

Caerleon, Morgan of, 138, 158

Callow, Wm., 143

Callowhill, Rob. of, 27

Cam:
-, Ann, 139, 142, 145, 147, 161, 164, 206
-, Ann, m. Abraham Whittaker, 146
-, Cath., 170
-, John (fl. 1517), vicar of Dymock, 170
-, John (fl. 1551), vicar of Kempley, 219
-, John (fl. 1608), 312
-, John (d. 1662), 147, 310
-, John (d. 1680), 147, 161, 170
-, John (d. 1707), 147
-, John (d. 1739), 147
-, John (d. 1753), 146
-, John (d. 1767), 147
-, John (d. 1769), 146
-, John (d. 1809), 146
-, Jos., 145, 161, 206
-, Mary, w. of Jos., 145
-, Mary, m. Wm. Cam (d. 1767), 145
-, Mary, m. Nicholas Sykes, 146
-, Wm. (fl. 1515), 310
-, Wm. (d. 1623), 146
-, Wm. (d. 1767), 145, 147, 161, 171
-, family, 3, 130, 132, 137, 160–1, 310
-, see also Camm

Cambie, S.R., vicar of Gorsley with Clifford's Mesne, 89

Cambridge, 87
-, St Catherine's college, 85

Camm, A.H.A., rector of Preston, 317

canal, see Hereford and Gloucester canal

Cancellis, Emery de, 203

Cannock, John, 47

Canterbury, archbishop of, 216, 219

Cape Verde islands, 246

Capper:
-, Dan., rector of Huntley, 4, 178, 180–1, 189–1, 193, 195
-, Rob., 193, 195

Cardiganshire, see Derry Ormond

Carmarthenshire, see Llangandeirne

Carswalls:
-, Ingram of, see Solers, Ingram de
-, John of (? John Ingram), 45
-, Ric., 45

Carswalls, see Newent

Carter family, 45

Carwardine, Edw., vicar of Preston, 315

Cassey:
-, Hen., 46, 328
-, John (d. 1400), 328
-, John (fl. 1451), 328
-, John (d. 1508), 328
-, Rob., 328
-, Thos., 46, 328
-, Ursula, 328
-, family, 46, 328

Castle, Bishop's (Salop.), constable of, 299

castle, see Dymock

Castlemorton (Worcs.), named as an address, 107

Casynton, Steph. de, 103

Cauvey, Wm., 141

Chamberlayne:
-, Edw. Pye, 139
-, Edw. Pye (d. 1729, s. of last), 139
-, Edw. Pye (s. of last), 139, 142
-, Eliz., w. of Edw. Pye (d. 1729), 139
-, family, 150, 161, 171

Chance, Geo. 104

charcoal production, 62–3, 65, 111, 153–4, 186, 238–9, 256, 272, 275, 292–3, 334

Charles II, 87, 216

Charles, Peter, 321, 338

Chartley (Staffs.), named as an address, 326

Chelsea (Middx), named as an address, 338

Cheltenham, 69, 81
-, named as an address, 53, 72, 92–3, 172, 193, 217, 227, 281, 292, 306

Cheshire, see Birkenhead

Chew:
-, A.H., 143–4, 159, 162
-, R.S., 143

Cheyne, John, 39, 51, 55

Chichester, Wm., 137

Chinn:
-, Edw. (d. by 1768), 51
-, Edw. (d. 1791), 51
-, Edw. (fl. 1802), 51
-, Eliz., see Woodward
-, Mary, m. Edw. Clarke, 267
-, Wm., 267

Christchurch (Dorset, formerly Hants), Bure Homage, 104

Christian Brethren, 90–1

Church Commissioners, see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

church houses, see Bromesberrow; Dymock; Huntley; Oxenhall; Pauntley; Taynton

Churcham, 192, 194, 250

cider and perry, 4, 51, 58–9, 85, 110, 151, 153, 157, 184, 209–10, 237, 271–2, 291–2, 308–9, 332–3; see also orchards

cider tax, repeal, 58, 79

Cinderford, 90

Ciprian, Alice, 338

Cirencester, Wal. of, 334

Cirencester, 234
-, named as an address, 104

Civil War
-, cavalry standards, 120
-, incidents, 3; see also Gloucester; Newent; Taynton

Claines (Worcs.), named as an address, 144

Clapham:
-, D.J., 288
-, J.R., 288

Clark (Clarke):
-, Arthur, 268
-, Chas., 47
-, Edw. (fl. 1634), 267, 274
-, Edw. (fl. 1647, s. of last), 267
-, Eliz., 330
-, Jas. (fl. 1840), 329
-, Jas. (fl. 1913), 67
-, Jos. (d. 1705), 321, 330, 338
-, Jos. (d. 1738), 321, 330
-, Jos. (d. 1833), 330
-, Mary, see Chinn
-, R.F., 106
-, Ric., 195
-, Thos., 330
-, Woodchurch, 155
-, family, 267, 281

Claypole, John, 335

Clements:
-, Hen., 306
-, John, 306

Clifford:
-, A.W., 50
-, Jas., 42
-, Wal. de, 138
-, family, 42, 48

Clifford, honor of, 287

Clifford's Mesne, see Newent

Clinton:
-, Agnes, see Peneys
-, Ives of, 155
-, John, 111
-, family, 155

Clive, Francis Windsor, 107

cloth making, 65–6, 112, 156, 187, 242, 335

Coates, see Tarlton

Cobham:
-, Eliz. of, see Ferrers
-, Reynold of, 326–7

Cockburn, Mary, 339

Cocks:
-, Dorothy, 338
-, John, 338
-, John Somers, Earl Somers, 115
-, Phil. Reg., Lord Somers, 34, 43, 326, 338, 345
-, Ric. (d. 1670), 330
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1684), Bt, 330
-, Rob., 113
-, see also Coxe

Coghlan, Rob., 227, 231

Coke, Sir John, 312

Colchester:
-, John, 268
-, Maynard (d. 1715), 265, 278
-, Maynard (fl. 1785), 239
-, family, 231, 233, 268

Colchester-Wemyss, M.W., 233

Coleford, 247
-, named as an address, 85

Coleman:
-, Fred., 242
-, John, 242, 246
-, Solomon, 232, 243, 246

Colethrop, see Standish

Collins, Mary, see Evans

Colwall, Arnold, 49

Colwall (Herefs):
-, Hope End, 144
-, named as an address, 148
-, schoolmaster, 316

Coly, Eliz., 342

commandery (religious house), 207

Commonwealth period:
-, 'Barebones' Parliament, Gloucestershire members, 161
-, civil register (registrar), 161, 170

Compton, Rob. of, 28

Compton, see Newent

Compton, Little (or Cassey), see Withington

Compton Green, in Newent and Pauntley, 8–9
-, Compton House, 27, 39, 291

Conches abbey (Eure), 103, 118

Conder:
-, Bertha, w. of Edw. (d. 1934), 47
-, Edw. (d. 1910), 47, 72
-, Edw. (d. 1934), 47
-, family, 20

Congdon, Professor T., 182

Congregationalists, 26, 88, 90, 173, 344

Constance:
-, Benj., 240
-, Jas. (fl. 1846), 253
-, Jas. (d. 1890), 240, 246
-, John, 253
-, Peter, 240
-, S.W., 240
-, Theophilus, 240
-, Wm., 246
-, family, 5, 239

Constance, Jas., & Sons, turners, 232, 239, 240

Cooke:
-, Chas. Jas., 40
-, family, 28

Cookhill priory (Worcs.), 207–8

Cooper, John, 155

Coppe family, 28

Corfe (Dorset), constable of castle, 119

Cormeilles, Ansfrid of, 46, 49, 268, 287, 289, 293

Cormeilles abbey (Eure), 2, 65, 68, 85, 170, 256
-, abbots, 56
-, as lord of Newent, 7, 10, 18, 66, 70–1, 76
-, churches, 84, 167–8, 289, 298, 341
-, estates, 13, 34, 37–8, 46, 54–5, 86, 147, 149, 268, 287, 289

Cornwall, Thos., 328

Corsham (Wilts.), named as an address, 146

Cowcher, Geo., 35

Cowmeadow:
-, as a surname, 30
-, John, 296

Cowsley, Wal., vicar of Dymock, 170

Coxe:
-, John, 107
-, Ric., 107
-, Wm. (d. 1666), 107
-, Wm. (fl. 1667), 107
-, see also Cocks

Coxmore, John of, 30

Cracknell:
-, Alfred, 90
-, family, 91

Craddock:
-, (or Taylor), Humph., vicar of Kempley, 219
-, John (fl. 1607), vicar of Kempley, 219
-, John (s. of last), vicar of Kempley, 219

Craister, John, vicar of Newent, 81, 85, 87–8

Cravenhill, John of, 321

Cravenhill, see Taynton

Crawford, Rob., vicar of Dymock, 170

Crawley, Chas. Yonge, rector of Taynton, 344

Crawley-Boevey:
-, Thos. (d. 1769), 239
-, (Sir) Thos. (d. 1818), 23.
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1912), 239

Criketot:
-, Geo. de, 119
-, Rog. de (?), 119

Cripps family, 156

Crocket (Crockett):
-, John (fl. 1556), 86
-, John (fl. 1677), 330

Crocket's Hole, see May hill

Cross, F.N., 145

Crow Hill, see Upton Bishop

cruck framing, 23, 35, 101, 106–107, 128, 134–5, 182, 201, 229, 231, 323, 325

Cruys family, 296

Cugley, Jordan, see Jordan, Rob.

Cugley, see Newent

Cullompton (Devon), named as an address, 250

Culme-Seymour:
-, John Hobart, 235
-, Mary, see Hall

Culworth (Northants.), named as an address, 265

Cummings (Cumming; Comin) family, 260, 277

Cummins:
-, Emma, w. of Jos., 289
-, Jas., 45
-, John, 268
-, Jos., 289
-, Mary, see Symonds
-, Wm., 145
-, family, 28, 268

Curtis:
-, John, 19
-, Thos., 35

Curzon, Rog., 267

Cutler, John, vicar of Newent, 87

D.

d'Abitot:
-, John (fl. 1466–89), 290, 292
-, John (another), 291
-, family, 286

daffodils, 4, 80, 153, 157, 167

Dalton, Geo., 53, 64

Damerham (Hants, formerly Wilts.), 43

Dance, Thos., 156

Dancey, H.A., 24

Dancocks:
-, Hercules Hailes (d. 1818), 145
-, Hercules Hailes (fl. 1849), 145
-, Sarah, w. of Hercules Hailes (d. 1818), 145

Danvers:
-, Anne, see Pigott
-, Sam. (fl. 1586), 203, 265
-, Sam. (s. of last), 265

Dartmouth (Devon), named as an address, 267

Davenport, Revd Jas., 106

Davies:
-, H.J.P., 288
-, Hen. Clements, 253
-, J.C., 288
-, Jos., 137
-, Thos., perpetual curate of Oxenhall and Pauntley, 278–80, 297
-, Wm., vicar of Preston, 315

Davis:
-, Francis, 65
-, Sir Wm., 246
-, W.S., 246
-, Wal., 227
-, family, 65

Daw:
-, Thos., 241
-, family, 241

Dean, Forest of, 48, 62–3, 74, 87, 181, 198, 224–5, 232–3, 241, 275, 327
-, bounds, 9, 61–2, 257, 318
-, common rights, 236–7
-, MP for, 329

Dean, Forest of, district, 6, 74–5

Deane:
-, Caroline Drummond, see Wynniatt
-, Geo. Onslow, 142
-, Georgiana Matilda, see Drummond
-, Horace Drummond, see DeaneDrummond

Deane-Drummond:
-, (formerly Deane), Horace Drummond, 140, 142
-, John Drummond, 142
-, family, see Drummond

Deerhurst, John 17

Deerhurst, Wightfield, named as an address, 46, 328

Delabere, Ric., 328

Dene, Wm., 110

Dennis, David L., 287

Denny, Edw., vicar of Kempley, 215, 221

Derby, earl of, see Lancaster, Hen. of

Derbyshire, 3, 213, 234; see also Duffield

Derry Ormond (Cardiganshire), named as an address, 234

Despenser:
-, Eliz. le, 265
-, Isabel le, 103

Devall:
-, Hester, see Winter
-, John, 148

Devereux:
-, Anne (d. 1469), w. of Wal. (d. 1485), Lord Ferrers, 138
-, Eliz., see Merbury
-, Jane (or Joan), w. of Wal. (d. 1485), Lord Ferrers, m. 2 Thos. Vaughan, 3 Sir Edm. Blount, 4 Thos. Poyntz, 138
-, John, 39–40
-, Lettice, w. of Wal. (d. 1576), m. 2 Rob. Dudley, earl of Leicester, 3 Sir Chris. Blount, 139, 327
-, Rob., earl of Essex, 327, 329
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1459), 138
-, Wal. (d. 1485), Lord Ferrers, 138, 265
-, Wal. (d. 1558), Lord Ferrers, later Viscount Hereford, 139, 327
-, Wal. (d. 1576), Lord Ferrers, later Lord Bourchier and earl of Essex, 139, 327
-, family, 39

Devon, earl of, see Stafford, Humph.

Devon, see Cullompton; Dartmouth

Dew, Dan., 296

Dewchurch, Much (Herefs), named as an address, 139

Dewell:
-, Chas. Goddard, 146
-, Thos., 146

Deyce, Hen., vicar of Longhope, 251

Deykes:
-, Wm. (d. 1827), 30, 72, 76, 271, 277
-, Wm., nephew of last, 30

Dighton, Chas. Mein, vicar of Longhope, 229, 232, 246, 252–3

Dinedor (Herefs.), named as an address, 289

Dinmore preceptory (Herefs), 267

Disraeli:
-, Benj., 326, 328
-, Mary Anne, see Evans
-, family, 333

Ditton, Geo., vicar of Longhope, 251–2

Dixon:
-, C.W., rector of Preston, 313
-, Geo., vicar of Preston, 315

Dobbins, see Dobyns

Dobbs:
-, Ric., 243
-, Thos., 243, 245
-, Wm., 245
-, family, 241

Dobyns (Dobbins):
-, Alex., 85
-, Bridget, w. of Guy (d. 1682), 50
-, Eliz., w. of Sam. (d. by 1743), m. 2 Edw. Sergeaunt, 50
-, Guy (d. 1544), 54
-, Guy (fl. 1607), 50
-, Guy (d. 1682), 50
-, Hester, w. of Sam. (d. 1709), 50
-, John (fl. 1544), 54
-, John (fl. 1708), 268
-, Phil., 54
-, Randall, 54, 72, 81
-, Rob. (fl. c.1240), 27
-, Rob. (d. 1766), see Yate
-, Sam. (d. 1679), 50
-, Sam. (d. 1709), 50
-, Sam. (d. by 1743), 50
-, Wm., 49, 54
-, family, 27, 77

Dodd, Nat., vicar of Newent, 87

Doherty, A.P., rector of Preston, 173, 313

Dolman, Jas., 183

Donne, Hen., vicar of Newent, 87

Donnington (Herefs), 118, 125, 166, 168, 171, 216, 220, 316–17

Dormington (Herefs.), 54

Dorset, see Corfe; Studland; see also Christchurch

Down, R., 206

Dowsing, Hugh, vicar of Tirley, 299

Drayton:
-, G.B., 252
-, see Grimké-Drayton

Drew:
-, John, 320
-, Nic., vicar of Preston, 315
-, Wm. (fl. c.1715), 171
-, Wm. (fl. 1859), 316
-, family, 312

Drinkwater:
-, Ann, 189
-, John, 167
-, Ric., 189
-, family, 189–90, 195, 320

Drummond:
-, Georgiana Matilda, m. George Onslow Deane, 142
-, John (d. 1835), 142
-, John (d. 1875), 142, 148
-, John Hislop, vicar of Kempley, 220–1
-, (later Deane-Drummond) family 3, 162

Dublin, Trinity college, 85

Duchy of Lancaster hundred, 5

Dudley:
-, Lettice, see Devereux
-, Rob., earl of Leicester, 139, 327

Dudstone and King's Barton hundred, 5, 301–2

Duffield (Derbs.), named as an address, 203

Dulle:
-, Maud, m. John Roberts, 48
-, Wm., 48

Dumbleton, 320, 330, 338

Durbridge, in Pauntley and Redmarley D'Abitot. see under Redmarley D'Abitot

Dursley, 66
-, named as an address, 50

Dutchmen, men described as, 338

Dyer, Rob., see Bromwich

Dyke:
-, Alice, 99
-, Rob., 99

Dymock, 1–2, 6, 122–74, 200, 206, 210, 213, 222, 279, 297, 298, 302, 317
-, advowson, 168
-, agriculture, 148–53
-, boundaries, 122–3
-, Boyce Court, 124, 126, 128–9, 139, 142–143, 150, 161–3, 267
-, Broom's Green, 132, 153, 156–7, 160, 166–7
-,-, nonconformist chapel, 91, 172–3
-, burgages, 127, 149, 158, 160
-, Callow Farm, 130, 143
-, canal, 126–7, 142, 148, 157
-, castle, 129
-, Castle Tump, 123–4, 129–30, 155, 172
-, chantries, 169–70
-, charities, 148, 163–4, 171
-, church, 84, 87, 127, 147, 161, 167–74 (169, 173), 216, 314
-, church house (later workhouse), 113, 127, 159–60, 164, 166, 212
-, clubs and societies, 166–7
-, commons, 124, 126, 149–50, 152–3
-, courts, 125, 158–9, 166
-, Cut Mill, 122, 131
-, divisions, 124, 159–60
-, domestic architecture, 128, 134–7, 140–7, 154–5
-, Edulus Place, see Dymock, Pitt House Farm
-, fair, 127, 156–7
-, Farm, the, see Dymock, Wilton Place
-, farms, 149–53
-, fields, 124, 149–50, 152
-, Flaxley tithing, 124, 158
-, friendly societies, 117, 166
-, Gamage Hall, 128, 141, 144, 150–3, 156, 159; see also Dymock, Little Dymock manor tithing, see Dymock, Woodend
-, golf course, 124, 167
-, Gospel Oak, 123–4, 254
-, Great Dymock (Dymock) manor, 130–1, 133, 137–9, 141–2, 149–50, 154, 158
-, Greenway, 125, 132, 156–7, 165–7
-, Greenway House, 132, 134–6 (135), 161–3, 165
-, halls and meeting places, 166
-, Hallwood Green, 133–4, 156–7, 160, 316
-, Hillash, 125, 130, 136–7, 158, 162
-, inclosure, 150, 152
-, inns and public houses, 165–6
-, Leadington:
-,-, division, 124, 159–60 settlement, 132–4
-,-, tithing, 124, 158
-, library, 166
-, Lintridge, 50, 118, 122, 150, 152, 155, 174
-,-, Great Lintridge, 144, 151, 161
-,-, Little Lintridge, 144
-, Little Dymock (Gamage Hall) manor, 128, 137, 139, 141, 150, 154, 158
-, Long bridge, 125
-, manors, 102, 124, 137–41, 287; see also Dymock: Great Dymock, Little Dymock, and Old Grange
-, manor houses, see Dymock: Gamage Hall and Old Grange, also Boyce Court
-, market, 66, 127, 156–7
-, mills, 130–1, 148, 154–5
-, Netherton, 125
-,-, Great Netherton, 133, 145, 206
-,-, Little Netherton, 133, 135
-, nonconformity, 170–4, 219
-, Ockington, 130, 135, 137, 157, 163
-,-, tithing, 124, 158
-, Old Grange, 124, 126, 129, 140, 150, 158, 162–3, 167
-,-, estate, 129, 151–2, 154–5, 161, 200, 207
-,-, manor, 137, 139–41
-, Old Rock, 129, 145, 151, 162
-, parish officers, 159–60
-, parks, 124, 142, 161
-, Pitt House Farm (Edulus Place), 129, 136, 145–6, 161, 164
-, poor relief, 159–60
-, poorhouses, 159
-, population, 126
-, Pound Farm, 132, 146
-, pounds, 125, 127, 158
-, railway and tramroad, 126, 128, 157
-, reading room, 166
-, rector, 170, 172
-, rectory estate, 147–50, 158, 161, 168; see also Dymock, White House
-, roads, 11, 124–6, 198, 254, 302–3
-,-, road repairs, 160, 213
-, Ryeland:
-,-, division, 124, 159–60 settlement, 130–2
-,-, tithing, see Dymock, Ryton
-, Ryton, 118, 130–1, 149–52, 154–5, 157, 165–7, 174
-,-, mill, 154
-,-, (Ryeland) tithing, 124, 158
-, schools, 161, 163–5, 171
-,-, Ann Cam's, 127, 134, 164–165, 215
-,-, Haffield, 117, 132, 155, 164–5, 172–4
-, settlement, 126–34
-, social structure, 160–3
-, Tiller's Green, 132, 156–7
-, tithes, 147–9, 151, 167–8
-, tithings, 124, 158
-, trades, 156–8
-, Upham House, 133, 137, 162–3, 165
-, vicarage, 168
-, vicarage (later rectory) houses, 127, 134–5, 162, 166–8, 170
-, vicars (later rectors), 148, 164, 170–4; see also Beale, Wm.; Evans, David and Evan; Gethyn-Jones, Dan. and John Eric; Hayward, Wm.; Newbolt, Wm. Chas. Edm.; Symonds, Jos.
-,-, stipend, 148, 168, 314
-, White House, 127, 134, 148, 161
-, Wilton Place (the Farm), 130, 147, 151, 154, 161–2, 164
-, Wintour's green, 127, 162
-, Woodend:
-,-, division, 124, 159–60, 163
-,-, settlement, 128–30
-,-, (Gamage Hall) tithing, 124, 158
-, woodland, 124, 154, 200, 275
-, woodland management, 153–4
-, workhouse, see Dymock, church house
-, working men's clubs, 166
-, see also Bromesberrow Heath; Four Oaks; Hillend green; Ketford; Preston

Dymock 'school' of sculpture, 4, 168, 217, 299, 315

Dymock 'Poets', 167

Dymock Woods, 154, 266, 273

Dyne, John, 33

E.

Ealdred, archbishop of York, 180

Earp, Thos., 195–6

East family, 165

East Dean and United Parishes (later East Dean) rural district, 6
-, housing, 227–8

Eastnor (Herefs), 96, 102, 111–12, 116
-, Eastnor Castle, 155
-, Bronsil castle, 102
-, estate, 99, 103, 108–9, 111
-, named as an address, 155
-, roads, 97

Eaton Tregoes (Herefs.), named as an address, 210

Eaton:
-, Ric. (d. 1709), rector of Bromesberrow, 116, 120
-, Ric. (d. 1745), rector of Bromesberrow, 120

Ecclesiastical (later Church) Commissioners, 89, 279, 298, 306, 317, 331

Eckley, Thos., 116

Ede, Ric., rector of Taynton, 342

Edgbaston (Warws.), 188

Edgware (Middx), named as an address, 288

Edmonds, Edm., 20, 47, 50, 69, 77, 145

Edmund Crouchback (d. 1296), earl of Lancaster, 233

Edric (fl. 1066), 203

Edward the Confessor, 38, 137

Edward I, 39, 138
-, as Prince Edward, 233

Edward II, 66

Edward IV, 265

Edward, duke of York, 39

Edwards:
-, H.A., curate of Preston, 317
-, Mrs, see Lester, Eliz.

Elizabeth I, 306

Ell bridge, in Newent and Oxenhall, 6, 11–12, 61, 254, 257

Elliott family, 321

Ellis:
-, Sarah, 167
-, Wm., 189–90
-, Wm. Viner, 330 and n

Elrington, Jean, 21, 135

Elton family, 178, 305

Elton, see Westbury-on-Severn

Ely, Adam, 33

Emlett (a surname), 33

Epsom (Surrey), 306

Essex, earls of, see Devereux, Rob. and Wal.

Estcourt:
-, Ric., 43
-, Thos., 43

Evans:
-, A.D., 205
-, David, vicar of Dymock, 148
-, Evan, vicar of Dymock, 148, 171
-, Hen., 339
-, Mary, m. —— Collins, 148
-, Mary Anne, m. 1 Wyndham Lewis, 2 Benj. Disraeli, 328

Evesbatch (Herefs.), 120
-, named as an address, 104

Evesham (Worcs.), named as an address, 289

Evesham, battle of, 265

Evesham, Vale of, 68

Evreux:
-, Maud, w. of Wm. of (d. 1265), 265
-, Steph. of, w. of, 265
-, Wm. of (d. 1265), 256, 265
-, Wm. of (fl. 1292), 265

Exchequer Baron, 267

Exeter, bishop of, see Grandison, John de

Exeter, named as an address, 342

F.

Falconer, Margaret, 342

fairs, see Dymock; Newent

Farjeon, Eleanor, 167

Farley, tenants surnamed of, 33

Fauconberge, Thos., 138

Fawcett:
-, Sir Chas., 106
-, Marion Edith, see Fry

Fawke:
-, Jos., 137 n
-, family, 133

Ferrers:
-, Edm. (d. 1435), 327
-, Edm. (d. 1453), 327
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1367), m. 2 Reynold of Cobham, 326
-, Eliz., w, of Ric., 327
-, Hawise de, see Mucegros
-, Hen., 327
-, John de (d. 1312), 326
-, John de (d. 1367), 326
-, Martin, 327
-, Ric., 327
-, Rob., 327
-, Wm. (d. 1450), 327
-, family, 46

Ferrers, Lord, see Devereux, Wal.

Fettiplace:
-, Elinor, see Poole
-, Sir Ric., 295

Few, Chas. C., 235

Field:
-, Fred., 242
-, Rob., 242
-, Rob. (fl. 1871, s. of last), 242

Fillol, Geof., 17

Fillot, John, vicar of Dymock, 170

Finch:
-, Anne, see Pigott
-, Francis, 49, 65, 203, 216, 266–7, 272, 274–5
-, Hen., 200, 203, 213, 215, 219, 265

Fincher, see Hooke

Fisher:
-, Chas. Hawkins, 45
-, Jane, see Wenman
-, Paul Hawkins, 45
-, Thos., 139

Fishpool, see Upton Bishop

FitzAlan, Humph., earl of Arundel, 265

FitzOsbern:
-, Rog., see Breteuil, Rog. of
-, Wm., earl of Hereford, 38, 137, 167

flax, crops of, 108, 151
-, flax dressers, 291

Flaxley, 2, 228, 233, 238
-, abbey, 102, 137–8, 147, 153, 158, 160, 167, 169, 236, 241
-,-, estates and grange, 124, 129, 139–40, 149–50, 153, 155, 200, 202, 207
-, Flaxley Abbey, named as an address, 239
-, ironworks, 111, 154, 186, 239, 334
-, named as an address, 237
-, woods, 224, 236

Flaxman, John, 93

Foley:
-, And., 40, 58, 88, 154
-, Eliz., dau. of And., 40, 83, 278
-, Hannah, see Morse
-, Harriett, m. Richard Onslow, 40
-, John, vicar of Newent, 76, 82, 88
-, Paul, 39, 54, 85, 87, 241, 266–7
-, Phil., 241
-, Ric., rector of Huntley, 195
-, Rob., vicar of Newent, 88
-, Thos. (d. 1677), 10, 34, 37, 39, 49, 53, 62, 111, 153, 238, 241, 266–7, 273–5
-, Thos. (d. 1737), 39, 67, 85, 267, 292
-, Thos. (d. 1749), 39
-, Thos. (d. 1822), 40
-, Thos., Lord Foley (d. 1777), 39–40, 88
-, Wm. And., 40
-, family, 3, 5, 34, 37–8, 40, 46, 57, 62–3, 72, 76, 256, 261, 264, 266–7, 270–7, 335

Foote, Anne, see Yate

Ford, And., 59

Forest of Dean, see Dean, Forest of

Forest Products Ltd, 179, 186–8

Forestry Commission, 154, 256, 273

Forne (fl. 1066), 233

Forster:
-, Giles, 139, 141, 150, 161, 267, 278
-, Humph., 141, 267
-, Martha, w. of Humph., 141
-, family, 170

Fortescue, Nic., 207

Forty:
-, John, 212
-, Thos., 156

Foster, K.B., rector of Taynton, 346

Fotheringhay college (Northants.), 54, 148–9, 168, 289, 298, 341
-, as lord of Newent, 10, 22, 39, 55, 62, 76

Four Oaks, in Dymock and Oxenhall, 125–6, 130, 173, 257
-, nonconformist chapel, 174, 277, 280

Fowke, Hen., 51, 53

Fowle;
-, Hen. a, rector of Huntley, 194
-, John, 193
-, Wm. a, rector of Huntley, 194

Fowler, Giles, 342

Foxcote, Margery of, 42

Frampton on Severn, 42, 115
-, named as an address, 103

France:
-, natives of, 76, 170
-, refugees from, 297
-, wars with, 39, 76, 147, 168, 250

franchises, see bread and ale, assize of; gallows; infangthief; pillory; tumbrel

Frederick:
-, Henrietta Maria, see Somerset
-, John, 288

Freeman:
-, Eric, 329
-, Mic., 181
-, Nigel, 50
-, Torill, see Ackers
-, family, 60, 181

Fretherne, 120
-, named as an address, 42

Frewen, Paul, vicar of Kempley, 219

Frome, Castle (Herefs.), 172, 220

Frost, Rob., 167

Frowde:
-, Jas. Chas. Wm., 50
-, Jas. Hen., 50, 54, 88, 297
-, Susan, see Harrison

Fry, Marion Edith, m. Sir Chas. Fawcett, 106

Fulljames, Thos., 193, 314

Furnivale, Lord, see Neville, Thos.

G.

Gabriel, Ric., 182

Gael, Amice de, m. Rob., earl of Leicester, 38

Gaffin, Edw., 316

gallows, 71, 212, 336

Gamages:
-, Eliz. de, m. Hen. of Pembridge, 141
-, Euphemia de, m. Wm. of Pembridge, 141
-, Godfrey de, 141
-, Wm. de, 137–9, 141, 154, 207

Gambier Parry, see Parry

Gamond family, 133, 160

Gander's green, in Huntley and Taynton, 176, 179, 332

Gardino, Wm. de, 34

Gardner, Hamilton Alex., 331

Garnett, Wm., 48

Gatcombe Park, see Minchinhampton

Gate, Revd Tim., 48

General Parsonage House fund, 279

Genevyle, Geof. de, 265

Gethyn-Jones:
-, Dan., vicar of Dymock and of Kempley and rector of Preston, 174, 215, 222, 313, 317
-, John Eric., rector of Dymock, 174, 216

Gibb, David, 222

Gibson, Wilfred, 167

Gilbert of Monmouth, 233, 241
-, w. Bertha, 241

Gilding, Wm., 339

Giles, John, 171

Gimson, Ernest, 222

Girdwood, J. & J., 180

Gladwin, John Hartland, 155

Glamorgan, see Boverton; Llandaff; Neath; Swansea

glass making, 34, 65, 322, 335

Glasshouse, see Taynton

Glasson, John Ric., 43

Glendower, revolt of Owen, 39

Gloucester:
-, Durand of, 42, 55
-, Miles of, earl of Hereford, 137
-, Rog. of, earl of Hereford, 137–9

Gloucester, bishops of, 3, 222, 278–9, 298, 305–6, 313, 331
-, as patron, 85, 118, 168, 193, 298, 314
-, see also, Ryder, Hen.

Gloucester, 4, 5, 13, 59, 63, 66–9, 75, 77, 80, 115, 187, 190, 194, 238, 240, 247, 273, 280, 307, 335, 339, 342
-, abbey, 54, 322, 326, 331, 341–2
-,-, as lord of Preston, 301, 305, 307, 310–11, 313–14
-,-, cellarer and steward, 311
-,-, sacrists, 331, 341–2
-, archdeacon, 308
-, burgesses in, 270
-, cathedral:
-,-, dean, see Luxmoore, John
-,-, dean and chapter, 250, 331–2, 342
-,-, librarian, 343
-,-, school, 343
-,-, prebendaries, 342–3
-, Civil War siege, 320, 343
-, corporation, 5, 63, 74, 256, 274, 283–4, 343
-, Holy Trinity church, 343, 346
-, infirmary, 159, 244, 247, 295, 336
-, Llanthony priory, 42, 48, 86
-, MPs, 139, 312, 327, 343
-, municipal charity trustees, 48–9
-, named as an address, 24, 35, 52, 62–3, 67, 73, 93–4, 103, 105, 118, 120, 134, 143, 148, 172, 190–1, 207, 227, 239, 250, 253, 306, 328–9, 338, 343, 345
-, nonconformity, 89–90, 173, 252, 280
-, roads to, 2, 11–12, 98, 122, 124, 174–6, 198, 224–5, 319
-, schools, 41, 83, 338
-, St Bartholomew's hospital, 86, 199, 207, 326
-, St Kyneburgh's hospital, 48

Gloucestershire:
-, county council, 128–9, 144, 152, 209, 244, 238, 283
-, county gaol, 246
-, deputy chief constable, 296–7
-, MPs, 114, 161, 181
-, sheriffs, 42, 45, 48, 104, 144
-, see also inshire

Gloucestershire Banking Co., 69

Gloucestershire Home for Wayfarers, 288

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, 242, 293

Goff (Gough), Edw., nonconformist trust, 248; for school see Gorsley, school

Goizenboded, Wm., 320, 326

Gooding:
-, Eliz. w. of John and formerly of —— Haverd, 45
-, John, 45

Gordon, Wm., 132

Gore:
-, Chas., 148
-, Ellen, see Humphreys
-, Mary, see Humphreys
-, Thos., 148

Gorsley, nomenclature, 8, 268

Gorsley, in Newent and Linton (Herefs.), 2, 4, 7–9, 11, 39, 46, 62, 69, 254, 257, 263, 268
-, Anglican chapel, 88–9
-, church, 89, 94
-, Gorsley Court, 10, 46
-, nonconformity, 84, 88, 90, 172–3, 220, 280
-, school, 83–4, 89
-, vicarage house, 89

Gorsley common, in Newent, Linton, and Aston Ingham (Herefs.), see Newent

Gorsley with Clifford's Mesne ecclesiastical district, 84–5, 89
-, vicarage, 89

Gorsley and Kilcot civil parish, 9, 74

Goulding:
-, Arthur, 90
-, Dan., 277
-, G.H., 142
-, John, 288
-, S., 270
-, Sylvia, dau. of G.H., 142
-, family, 91, 146, 270, 277

Goupillières, Simon of, prior of Newent, 76

Grafton (Worcs.), 102

Grafton, Francis Fred., 43

Grandison:
-, John de, bishop of Exeter, 138
-, Peter de, 138, 265, 280
-, Sibyl, w. of Wm. de, 138, 147, 265
-, Thos. de, 138, 149, 265
-, Wm. de, 138, 147, 265
-, family, 49, 92, 266

Great Western railway, 13

Green:
-, Dorothy, see Pauncefoot
-, Eleanor, 81–2, 87
-, Hen., 328
-, Maud, w. of Hen., 328
-, Nic., 170
-, Ric. (d. by 1596), 45
-, Ric. (s. of last), 45
-, Thos., 64
-, Wal., 99

Greenall, Dr the Hon. Gilbert, 104

Greene, Ric., 115

Greville, Fulke, 306

Grey:
-, Amabel, dowager countess of Kent, 234
-, Ant. (d. 1702), earl of Kent, 234
-, Ant. (fl. 1722), Lord Harold, 191
-, Edm., Lord Grey, 203
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1499), m. 2 Sir Edw.
-, Stanley, Lord Mounteagle, 203
-, Eliz., see Talbot
-, Florence, w. of Edm., Lord Grey, 203
-, Hen. (d. 1342), Lord Grey, 203, 213
-, Hen. (d. 1396), Lord Grey, 203
-, Hen. (d. 1639), Lord Grey and earl of Kent, 234
-, Hen., earl (and from 1710 duke) of Kent, 181, 234
-, Joan, w. of Reynold (d. 1370), 203
-, John (d. 1323), Lord Grey, 203
-, John (d. 1499), Lord Grey, 203
-, Maud, see Longchamp
-, Reynold (d. 1308), Lord Grey, 203, 216
-, Reynold (d. 1370), Lord Grey, 203
-, Reynold (d. 1494), Lord Grey, 203
-, Ric. (d. 1442), Lord Grey, 203
-, Ric. (d. 1523), Lord Grey, 203
-, Thos., Lord Grey, 203
-, Wm., Lord Grey, 203, 208, 265
-, family, 3, 181, 213, 233

Greystock, Wm., curate of Dymock, 170

Griffin, Chas., 296–7, 301

Griffith, Jas., vicar of Newent, 88

Griffiths:
-, Brian, 328
-, Jas., 328

Grimké-Drayton, Theodore, 43

Grove:
-, Cath., m. Revd Morgan Price, 329
-, John, 329
-, Ric. (fl. 1487), 99
-, Ric. (fl. 1522, ? same as last), 114
-, Rob., 99
-, Sam., 329
-, (formerly Price), Stanhope Grove, 329
-, Stanhope Pury, 329
-, Wm., 106
-, see also Price

Guildhall, Roger of the, 266

Guise:
-, Fred. Chas., vicar of Longhope, 243, 246, 248
-, Sir John Wright, Bt, 250
-, Sir Wm. Vernon, Bt, 250
-, Vernon Geo., vicar of Longhope, 253
-, widow of last, 250

Guiting Power, 326 n

Gundey family, 312

Gurney, Geo., 268

Guy, Ric., 158

Gwillim Edw., 44, 65

Gwynne, Ric., 214

H.

Habgood, Alice, 160

Hacket, Eliz., m. Thos. Pyndar (d. 1722), 204, 213–15, 220

Hacqueville, Wm. of, prior of Newent, 76

Haffield, see Ledbury; also Dymock, schools

Hague, Isaac, rector of Huntley, 194

Hale, Benj., 181

Halford:
-, Joan, w. of Ric., 236
-, Ric., 236

Hall:
-, Geo. Wm., master of Pembroke College, Oxford, and rector of Taynton, 343–4
-, John (fl. 1616), 236
-, John, Baptist minister, 90, 220
-, Mary, m. John Hobart Culme-Seymour, 235
-, Ric. (d. 1780), 144, 151
-, Ric. (fl. 1861), 144, 235

Hamilton, Craig, 106

Hampshire, see Christchurch; see also Damerham

Hanbury:
-, John, 85, 312
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1708), 315

Hankins:
-, Edw., 146
-, Jos., 50, 54, 73
-, Mary, w. of Jos., 54
-, Thos. (fl. 1500)., vicar of Dymock, 170
-, Thos. (fl. 1776), 136
-, Thos. (d. 1864), 50, 54
-, Wm., 161
-, family, 54, 77, 132, 160

Hanley Castle (Worcs.), 95, 103, 121
-, constable, 113
-, named as an address, 144

Hanmer, Edw., 328

Hard, John, 292

Harden, Rob., rector of Bromesberrow, 120

Hardy:
-, H.H., vicar of Preston, 313, 316
-, family, 316

Harold, Earl (King), 2, 103, 265

Harper (? Barbour), John, vicar of Preston, 315

Harris:
-, E. Swinfen, 94
-, Jos., 144
-, Mary, see Terrett

Harrison:
-, Jos., 328
-, Mary, 50
-, Susan, m. Jas. Hen. Frowde, 50

Hart, Cyril, 186

Hartland:
-, Edw., 44, 63
-, Eliz., see Wyman
-, Hen., 34
-, John, 53, 155
-, Thos., 34
-, Thos. (fl. 1752, ? same as last), 191
-, Thos. (d. 1844), 53
-, Wm. (fl. 1840), 312
-, Wm. (fl. 1870–98), 311, 317
-, family, 58, 77, 322
-, see also Gladwin

Hartpury:
-, named as an address, 31
-, Woolridge common, 275

Harwell, Thos., rector of Bromesberrow, 119–20

Hasfield, 291
-, named as an address, 92

Haskins, Wm., 321

Hastings, Wm., Lord Hastings, 192–3

Hauville:
-, Margery of, 189
-, Rob. of, 189
-, Wal. of, 189

Haverd:
-, Anne, w. of Phil., 45
-, Isabel, see Heylond
-, John, 45
-, Phil., 45

Hawkins:
-, John, 171
-, Sam., 191, 195
-, family, 145

Haynes, Giles, 320

Hayward:
-, John, 342
-, Wm., rector of Bromesberrow and vicar of Dymock, 120, 171

Heath, R.G., 267

Hege, see Newent, Hayes estate

Hemming, Rob., rector of Huntley, 194

Hempsted, the Newark, 42

Henbarrow:
-, Maud, m. Thomas Bridges, 141
-, Thos., 141

Henry II, 38, 65, 138–9

Henry III, 11, 66, 86, 153, 156, 329

Henry IV, 39

Henry V, 269

Henry VIII, 67, 170, 269

Henry:
-, Wm. Chas., 132, 162, 164, 172
-, family, 165

Herbert, Maud, m. Hen. Percy, earl of Northumberland, 265

Herdman-Smith, Rob., 285

Hereford, Wal. of, 138

Hereford, bishops of, 84, 267
-, as patron, 118, 216

Hereford, earls of, 42; see also Bohun, Hen. de; Breteuil, Rog. of; FitzOsbern, Wm.; Gloucester, Miles of and Rog. of

Hereford, diocese of, chancellor, 163

Hereford, 13, 59, 146, 220, 299, 342
-, cathedral:
-,-, dean and chapter, 206, 216
-,-, precentor, 86
-,-, vicar choral, 219
-, coaches, 78
-, hay of, 327
-, named as an address, 154, 205, 227, 289, 296
-, roads to, 2, 11–12, 176, 224–5
-, St Guthlac's priory, 206, 216, 267
-, St Peter's church, 54

Hereford, Viscount, see Devereux, Wal.

Hereford and Gloucester canal, 7, 13, 41, 63, 81, 126, 142, 148, 157, 256–7, 273, 275

Herefordshire, see Aconbury priory; Almeley; Aston Ingham; Ballingham; Bodenham; Bridstow; Brockhampton; Byton; Colwall; Dewchurch, Much; Dinedor; Dinmore preceptory; Donnington; Dormington; Eastnor; Eaton Tregoes; Evesbatch; Frome, Castle; Gorsley; Holme Lacy; Kilpeck; Kingstone; Lea; Ledbury; Leominster; Linton; Llanwarne; Madley; Marcle, Little and Much; Mordiford; Norton; Ross-onWye; Rotherwas; 'ryelands', 'the'; Staunton-on-Wye; Stoke Edith; Stretton Grandison; Sugwas; Tarrington; Upton Bishop; Weston under Penyard; Wigmore; Woolhope; Wormsley priory; Yarkhill: see also Bicknor, Welsh

Hertfordshire, see Knebworth

Heye:
-, Peter de, 50
-, Thos. de, 50

Heylond:
-, Isabel, m. John Haverd, 45
-, Joan, m. John Westerdale, 45
-, John, 45

Higford:
-, Frances, m. Hen. Wakeman, 289
-, Wm., 289

Higgins, Ant., 314

Higgs, Thos., rector of Bromesberrow, 120

Highleadon, see Rudford and Highleadon

Highnam, 341, 346
-, named as an address, 28, 39, 86, 191, 267

Hill:
-, Arthur, 267
-, Chas., rector of Bromesberrow, 121
-, Guy, 144–5, 151, 285
-, Hen., 144–5, 162
-, Jas. (fl. 1522), 295
-, Jas. (fl. 1539), 269
-, Jas. (fl. 1670s), 92
-, Jas. (fl. 1805), 154
-, Jas. (d. 1836), 206
-, John (fl. 1596), 266, 269
-, John (d. 1687), 269
-, John (fl. 1800), 159
-, John (d. 1825), 206
-, Jos. (d. 1800), 144
-, Jos. (d. 1833), 144
-, Jos. (fl. 1858), 144
-, Jos. (fl. 1872), 206
-, Margery, see Brock
-, Martha, m. Hen. Stranke, 267
-, Mary, w. of Ric. (d. 1772), 145
-, Reg. Pyndar, rector of Bromesberrow, 117, 121
-, Revd Thos., 115
-, Ric. (fl. 1522), 277
-, Ric. (fl. 1727), 171
-, Ric. (d. 1772), 145, 161, 164
-, Ric. (d. 1794), 145, 161
-, Rog. (fl. 1604–8), 267, 277
-, Rog. (fl. 1608), 65
-, Thos. (fl. 1522), 150
-, Thos. (fl. 1539), 145
-, Thos. (fl. 1607), 42
-, Thos. (fl. 1609), 274
-, Thos. (fl. 1624), 46
-, Thos. (d. 1712), 269
-, Thos. (fl. 1715), 145
-, Thos. (fl. 1746–69), 144
-, Thos. (d. 1756), 155
-, Thos. (d. 1815 or 1816), 145
-, Thos. (d. 1843), 145
-, Wal. (d. c.1419), 269
-, Wal. (fl. mid 15th cent.), 46
-, Wm. (fl. 1522), 277
-, Wm. (d. 1631), 145
-, family, 3, 128, 130, 145, 160, 162, 256, 260, 267–9, 277

Hillend green, in Dymock and Oxenhall, 130, 260, 262, 276

Hinds:
-, Hen., 54
-, family, 54

Hodges:
-, R., 301
-, Sarah, 116
-, Thos., 247
-, family, 132, 301 n

Hog, Rob., 31

Holbrook, Thos., 136, 162

Holbrooke (Houlbrooke):
-, Geof., 317
-, John, 204

Holder:
-, J.T.W.S., 287, 289
-, John (d. 1734), 319, 322–5, 328–30, 332, 334–5, 338
-, John (d. 1752), 330
-, John (d. 1801), 330
-, John (d. 1850), 330, 331
-, John (s. of last), 330
-, Louisa Henrietta, m. Chas. Bernard Atherton, 331
-, Rob. (d. 1684), 323, 328, 330
-, Rob. (d. 1769), 330
-, Wm. (d. 1758), 330
-, Wm. (d. 1819), 325, 330
-, Revd Wm. Chas. (d. 1837), 330–1, 335, 338–9, 344
-, family, 3, 322, 325–6, 330, 338, 345

Holes, Rob., 133

Holland, Wm., 293, 297

Holloway, T.B., 45

Holme Lacy (Herefs.), 4

Holmes:
-, John (d. by 1685), 145
-, John (d. 1700), 145, 206
-, Rob., 145, 161
-, Sarah, see Scudamore
-, Wm., 145
-, family, 130

Home Office, 75

Hook (Hooke):
-, Ann, w. of Chris. (d. 1612), 267
-, Anne, w. of John (d. 1705), 269
-, Benj. (d. 1771), 269
-, Benj. (d. 1796), 269
-, Benj. (d. 1848), 263, 269
-, Chris. (d. c.1579), 106, 269
-, Chris. (d. 1612), 277, 267
-, Douglas T.H., 269
-, Edw. (d. 1651), 269, 274
-, Edw. (d. 1762), 269
-, Eliz., w. of Benj. (d. 1796), 35, 269
-, Guy (fl. 1470), 269
-, Guy (fl. 1487), 104
-, John (fl. 1826), 269
-, John (d. 1705), 269, 274
-, John (d. 1795), 269
-, John (? another), 86
-, John, vicar of Newent, 86
-, John Brewer, 269
-, Margaret, see Whittington,
-, Mic. R.D.H., 269
-, (formerly Fincher), Phil., 269
-, Reynold, 104
-, Ric. (fl. 1522), 269
-, Ric. (fl. 2006), 269
-, Rob., vicar of Newent, 86
-, Thos. (fl. 1435), 269
-, Thos. (s. of last), 269
-, Thos. (fl. 1463), 104
-, Thos. (d. 1628), 72, 269, 296
-, Thos. (fl. 1634), 267
-, Thos. C.B., 269
-, Thos. T.B., 269
-, Wm. (fl. 1424), 104
-, Wm., rector of Bromesberrow and Redmarley D'Abitot, 119
-, family, 20, 27, 34–5, 86, 269, 277, 334

Hooper:
-, Hen., rector of Bromesberrow, 120
-, Jane, see Somerset
-, Jas., 287
-, Martin, Wheeler, 235
-, Ric., 329
-, Thos., 193
-, Wm., 163
-, family, 133

Hope End, see Colwall

Hopkins:
-, Chas., vicar of Longhope, 252
-, John, see Probyn

hops, 110, 151–3, 209, 291–2, 309, 332

Hopton, Wm., 178, 187

Horlick, John, 252

Horn (Horne):
-, Agnes, w. of Wm., 321
-, Wm., 321
-, Edw., 86
-, family, 342

horse racing, 166

Horsman, John, 30

Horton, Reg., vicar of Dymock, 173

Horton, named as an address, 287

Horwood, Little (Bucks.), named as an address, 203, 265

Houlbrooke, see Holbrooke

House:
-, Albert, 330
-, John, 330

House of Commons, Speaker, 39

Howe:
-, John, 203
-, Sir Scrope, 203
-, Sir Thos. Grubham (Grobham), 203, 205, 208–9, 213, 219

Howell:
-, Edw., 330, 337, 338–9, 344
-, Hester, w. of Edw., 331, 339–40
-, John, 235
-, Ric., 158

Hownhall, Wal. of, 320

Hoxton (Middx), named as an address, 328

Hubarne, see Hugill

Hugall & Male, 316

Huggins, Sarah, 327

Hugh son of Wm. son of Norman, 327

Hughes:
-, Rob., 72
-, Wm., curate of Taynton, 340, 344

Hugill (or Hubarne):
-, Cecily, w. of Wal., 236
-, Wal., 236

Hullett:
-, Dan., 205
-, John, 205
-, Nancy, w. of Dan., 205

Humphreys:
-, Ellen, m. Chas. Gore, 148
-, Mary, m. 1 Wm. Ball Waring, 2 Thos. Gore, 148
-, Rob., 148
-, Sir Orlando, Bt, 148
-, Sir Wm., Bt, 148

Humpidge, Jas., 49

Hunstanworth (Co. Durham), 180

Hunter:
-, John, 229
-, Sibyl, 229

Huntley:
-, Ela, w. of Thos. of, 181
-, Sir Geo., 139, 141
-, Iseult, w. of Thos. of (fl. 1344), 181
-, John of, 181, 192
-, Thos. of, 181
-, Thos. of (fl. 1344, s. of last), 181
-, Wal. of, 175, 181, 185
-, Wm., 139

Huntley, 1–2, 4–5, 11, 174–96, 251, 280, 337
-, advowson, 192–3
-, agriculture, 183–5
-, allotments, 185, 189, 192
-, boundaries, 174
-, charities, 185, 188–91
-, church, 177–181 (178), 190, 192–196
-, church house, see Huntley, poorhouse
-, commons, 175–7, 179, 183–5
-, court, 177, 188, 243
-, court (manor) house, 175
-,-, the Court House, 177, 188
-, cricket ground, 192
-, cross, 177
-, domestic architecture, 179–83
-, farms, 178, 184–5
-, fields, 183
-, Forest Gate (formerly Pool House), 177, 180, 190, 193–4
-, friendly societies, 192
-, golf course, 176, 185
-, Huntley Court, 3, 177, 179–80, 182–183, 189–92, 233
-, Huntley Manor, 176, 178, 180–182, 185–6, 190, 193
-,-, estate, 9–10, 40, 62, 180, 326, 330, 334
-, inclosure, 175, 177–9, 184–6, 188, 192–3
-, inns, 177, 179, 182, 188–9, 192
-, library, 192
-, manor, 180–1
-, manor house, see Huntley, court house
-, mills, 176, 186–7
-, nonconformity, 194–5
-, parish officers, 188–9
-, park, 176, 182
-, Pool House, see Huntley, Forest Gate
-, poor relief, 188–9
-, poorhouse (also called church house), 177, 188, 190
-, population, 176–7
-, pound, 177, 189
-, reading room, 192
-, recreation ground, 185, 189, 192
-, rectors, 189, 194–6; see also Baker, Geo.; Capper, Dan.; Miles, Hen.; Morse, Abraham, Jackman, and John; Unwin, Thos.
-, rectory, 192, 196
-, rectory houses, 176, 178, 180–1, 189–90, 193; see also Huntley, Forest Gate and Huntley Manor
-, roads, 11, 14, 174–6
-,-, road improvement, 189
-,-, road traffic and trades, 187–8
-, schools, 178, 183, 191–2, 195, 340
-,-, forestry, 180, 186
-,-, riding, 179
-, settlement, 177–9
-, social structure, 189–90
-, tithes, 189, 193
-, trades, 187–8
-, village hall and meeting places, 192, 180
-, war memorial, 192
-, Woodend, 174, 176, 178–80
-, woodland, 62, 174–6, 181, 183–4, 334
-, woodland crafts, 186, 187
-, woodland management, 185–6
-, working men's club, 192
-, see also Gander's green

Huntley with May Hill, benefice, 192, 250, 346

Husey:
-, Ernest Wynniatt, 140, 145, 162
-, Harriett, see Wynniatt
-, Hen. Mildmay, 140

Hussemane:
-, Wal. de, 44
-, Wm. de, 44–5

Hutchinson:
-, Amy, 40
-, Clara, 40
-, Gertrude, 40

Hyett:
-, John, 103
-, Rob., 48
-, Thos., 189

I.

Incorporated Church Building Society, 301

India, 31, 306
-, see Madras civil service

Indies, West, 161; see also Barbados; Jamaica
-, West India merchant, 41

industry, see brass wire manufacture; brick making; charcoal production; glass making; ironworks; mining; nail making; quarrying; tanning

infangthief, 71

Inglis-Jones, see Jones

Ingram, John, see Carswalls, John of

inshire, 5

Ireland, 107, 115
-, justiciar of, 114

ironworks, see Flaxley; Longhope; Lydney; Newnham, Ayleford; Oxenhall, Ellbridge furnace; Powick; Wilden

Irving, John, 248

Isett (Ysett):
-, Hen., 18
-, Wal., 28
-, family, 16–17

J.

Jackman, Thos., vicar of Newent, 87

Jamaica, 245

James I, 67

James:
-, Edw., 277
-, John, see Yannes
-, Ric., 222

Jauncey:
-, Dorothy (d. 1743), see Wall
-, Dorothy (d. 1776), m. Revd Sam. Bethell, 289
-, Jas., 111
-, Thos., 289

Jenkins, Jenkin, rector of Donnington and vicar of Preston, 171, 220, 316

Jennings:
-, John, rector of Bromesberrow, 119
-, Rob., 119

Jeune, Francis, master of Pembroke College, Oxford, and rector of Taynton, 343–4

John, King, 138, 318

John 'de Monte', 268

John in the field, 312

John of Monmouth (d. 1248), 181, 233

John of Monmouth (d. 1257), 233

John the French, 201

John the fuller, 64

Johnstone, W.M.L., 80

Jones:
-, Anne, w. of John, 111
-, Chas. (fl. 1710), 82
-, Chas. (d. 1716), 49
-, Chas. (d. 1740), 49
-, Chas. (fl. 1763), 48
-, David, 250
-, Francis, 92
-, Jas., vicar of Preston, 315
-, J.E., 191
-, John, 111
-, Laetitia, see Rogers
-, Ric., 93, 134
-, Rob., 314
-, (later Inglis-Jones), Wilmot Inglis, 181, 234
-, family, 206
-, see also Gethyn-Jones

Jordan:
-, Rob. (Jordan of Cugley), 10, 34
-, Rog. 229

K.

Kearsey
-, John, 241
-, R.S., 253

Keene:
-, Harold, 52
-, M.H., 52

Kempe, John, 121–2

Kempley, 1–5, 118, 125, 154–5, 160, 162, 196–222, 280
-, advowson, 216
-, agriculture, 207–10
-, architecture:
-,-, domestic, 201–2
-,-, Madresfield estate, 202
-, boundaries, 196–7
-, Bullocksend, see Kempley, Hill Brook End
-, charities, 213–15, 222
-, churches, 168, 216–222, 279, 314
-,-, St Edward King and Confessor, 202, 221–222
-,-, St Mary (medieval), 199–200, 210, 217–22
-,-, wall paintings, 217–218, 221, 222
-,-, temporary, 199, 216
-, clubroom, 199, 215–16
-, clubs and societies, 215
-, commons, 197–8, 210
-, courts, 212
-, farms, 207–10
-, fields, 198, 207–8
-, Friar's Court, 200, 201, 202, 206–7, 208, 213, 219
-, Hill Brook Farm (formerly Bullocksend), 202, 205–6
-, inclosure, 197–9, 207–8,
-, inns and beerhouses, 199, 215
-, Kempley Court, 198, 200, 202, 204, 208, 210–11, 213–14
-, Kempley Green, 197, 199, 202, 211, 215–16
-,-, nonconformist chapel, 220, 222
-, manor, 202–4, 265
-, manor houses, 199; see also Kempley, Kempley Court and Stone House
-, mills and fishponds, 211
-, nonconformity, 219–22
-, parish officers, 212–13
-, park, 198, 208–10
-, poor relief, 212–13
-, poorhouses, 199, 212
-, population, 198
-, rectory estate, 199, 200, 206–7, 216; see also Kempley, Friar's Court
-, roads, 198
-,-, road repairs, 213
-, Saycell's Farm, 202, 206, 210–11
-, schools, 165, 199, 202, 213–15
-, settlement, 199–201
-, social structure, 213–14
-, Stone House, 198, 200, 202, 204–205, 208–10, 213
-, tithes, 206, 216–17
-, trades, 211
-, vicarage, 216–17
-, vicarage houses, 199–200, 202, 214, 217
-, vicars, 215, 218–21, 222; see also Denny, Edw.; Lewes, John; Squire, Rob.
-, woodland, 197–8
-, woodland management, 210–11

Kempthorne, John, vicar of Preston, 316

Kendale, Wm., 228

Kennedy, Lord, 190

Kent, duke of, 193; see also Grey, Hen.

Kent, earl of, 184; see also Grey, Ant. and Hen.

Kent, see Sandwich

Kent's Green, in Newent and Taynton, 8, 11, 32, 90, 317, 321, 333, 336
-, nonconformist chapel, 344, 346

Ker, R.H., 329–30

Kerfoot, Rob., vicar of Oxenhall, 279–80

Ketford:
-, Rob., 131, 149
-, Wal. of, 131

Ketford, in Dymock and Pauntley, 11, 29, 122, 124–5, 130–1, 149–50, 160, 212, 282–4, 288, 295
-, Domesday estate, 2, 287, 290
-, Great Ketford, 131
-, Little Ketford, 131
-, Little Ketford Farm, 285
-, mills, 148, 154, 155
-, waterworks, 283

Keys:
-, Barbara, w. of John, 48, 64
-, John, 48
-, Wm., 48, 64
-, family, 100

Kidder:
-, Matt., 144
-, Rachael, see Weale

Kidderminster (Worcs.), 88

Kilcot, see Pauntley and Newent

Kilpeck:
-, Hugh of, 327, 331
-, Isabel of, m. Wm. Walrond, 327
-, Joan of, m. Phil. Marmion, 327

Kilpeck (Herefs.), lords of, 3, 321, 326–7
-, church, 331, 341

Kilpeck's tithing, see Taynton

King, Augustine, 343

Kingham (Oxon.), 88

Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire, East Riding), named as an address, 146

Kingston:
-, Sir Ant., 139
-, Sir Wm., 139

Kingstone (Herefs.), 84

Kingswood, Thos., rector of Taynton, 342

Kington, Thos., 91, 172, 220, 280, 344

Kirkham, Hen., vicar of Dymock, 170–1

Knebworth (Herts.), named as an address, 329

Knight, Albert, 179, 185

Knights Hospitaller, 267, 278, 280

Knovill:
-, Bevis de (d. 1307), 5, 46, 327, 329, 336
-, Bevis de (d. 1338), 327–8, 337
-, Eliz. de, m. Thos. Maudit, 328
-, Joan, w. of Bevis de (d. 1338), 328
-, Joan de, see Walrond
-, John de, 328–9
-, Margaret de, m. Thos. Verdun, 328
-, Margery, w. of John de, m. 2 Thos. Moyne, 328

Knowles:
-, And., 20, 38, 40–1, 52, 53, 77, 80, 88, 93, 326, 328, 330
-, Ann, 82

Kyrle:
-, Ant., 206
-, John (fl. 1665–7, ? same as next), 153, 168
-, John (d. 1724), 'Man of Ross', 127
-, Ric., 219
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Scudamore, 206
-, Wm., 219

L.

Lacy:
-, Gilbert de, 203
-, Hugh de (d. by 1121), 203, 265
-, Hugh de (d. 1186), 203
-, Margery de (fl. early 13th cent.), 207
-, Margery de (fl. 1241, ? another), 203
-, Maud de, 203
-, Rog. de, 44, 203, 265
-, Wal. de (d. 1085), 203, 206, 216, 265
-, Wal. de (d. 1241), 44, 203, 265
-, family, 3, 217, 267, 287

Lambert:
-, Hen., 148
-, Jane, see Pritchard
-, Susan (known as Susan Pritchard), m. Sir Henry Tempest Bt, 144, 148

Lancashire, see Manchester

Lancaster:
-, Hen. of, earl of Derby, 39
-, Herbert, 63

Lancaster, earldom (later dukedom), 233
-, earl of, see Edmund Crouchback
-, see also Duchy of Lancaster hundred

Land Settlement Association, 7, 29, 50, 60, 80, 288, 292

landscape designer, see Moggridge, Hal

Langar (Notts.), named as an address, 203

Lark, A.E., 85

Laslett:
-, Sophia, 144
-, Wm., 144, 152, 328

Lassington, 341

Latter Day Saints, 121, 172

Latton:
-, Edw., 43
-, John (fl. 1615), 42–3
-, John (fl. 1626), 43

Lavers & Barraud, glass makers, 195

Layne family, 30

Lea (Herefs., formerly Glos. and Herefs.), 224

Lea Line, see Longhope

Leadington family, 116

Leadon, river, 1, 9, 11, 13, 122, 124–6, 130–3, 149–50, 154, 167, 281, 283–4, 291, 293, 298, 318
-, valley, frontispiece, 160, 284

Ledbury, Richard of, archdeacon of Gloucester, 308

Ledbury (Herefs.), 13, 21 n, 59, 66, 68, 91, 112, 115, 117, 155–7, 164, 159, 167, 211, 295, 297, 315–17, 336
-, Haffield, 103, 132
-,-, named as an address, 162, 172
-, named as an address, 92, 121, 134, 144, 146, 163, 267, 288–9, 309, 314
-, nonconformity, 89–90, 172–3, 300, 344
-, roads to, 11–12, 98, 122, 125, 131, 198, 257, 303
-, St Katherine's hospital, 3, 199–200, 202, 205–8, 210–12, 216–18
-, workhouse, 159
-, see also Ludstock bridge

Ledbury poor-law-union, 312

Lee, Sir Ric., 39, 54

Leech, Rog., 103

Leicester, earl of, 84; see also Dudley, Rob.; Robert (d. 1168); Robert ès Blanchemains

Leicester, named as an address, 105

Leigh:
-, Marianne, w. of Wm. (d. by 1658), m. 2 Rob. Barber, 53
-, Peter, 53
-, Wm. (fl. 1653), 53
-, Wm. (d. by 1658), 53

Leigh (Worcs.), named as an address, 205

Lench, Sheriff's (Worcs.), named as an address, 288

Leominster (Herefs.), road to, 125, 303

Lester, Eliz., (known as Mrs Edwards), m. Thos. Rickards, 306, 312

Lestor, Wm., vicar of Dymock, 170

Lethaby, Wm., 221–2

Leuric (fl. 1066), 203

Lewes, John, vicar of Kempley, 214, 219

Lewis:
-, John (fl. 1782), 47
-, Mary, w. of John and mother of last, 47
-, Mary Anne, see Evans
-, Wyndham, 328

Lightfoot, Revd John, 78

Lindsay, John, 288

Linton (Herefs.), 6, 8–10, 12, 37, 57, 63, 85, 89, 219, 275
-, Blindman's Gate, 90
-, named as an address, 64, 339
-, see also Gorsley; Gorsley with Clifford's Mesne

Liscourt, Abraham, 65

Lister:
-, Mic., 326
-, Ric., 326

Little, Thos. Palling, perpetual curate of Oxenhall and Pauntley, 280, 297

Llandaff, archdeacon and dean of, 235, 245

Llangandeirne (Carmarthenshire), named as an address, 105

Llanthony priory, see Gloucester

Llantilio Crossenny (Mon.), named as an address, 47

Llanwarne (Herefs.), named as an address, 146

Llewellins & James, bellfounders, 281

Lodge, Jas., 267

London, 115, 121, 156, 161, 163, 167, 173, 247, 295, 315, 327, 333
-, carrier to, 243
-, corporation of City of, 301
-, Fleet Street, St Bride's church, 87
-, haberdashers of, 161, 163, 206
-, mayor (later lord mayor), 281, 295, 301
-, Mercers' Company, 301
-, merchant of, 161
-, merchant tailors of, 265
-, named as an address, 75, 106, 145. 147, 171, 222, 232, 301, 316, 327

Longbridge hundred, 2, 5, 301

Longchamp:
-, Emme de, see St Léger
-, Geof. de, 203, 206–7, 216
-, Hen. de, 203
-, Hugh de, 203
-, Isabel, w. of Geof. de, 203
-, Maud de, m. Reynold Grey, 203, 216
-, family, 203

Longespée, Ela, countess of Warwick, m. Phil. Basset, 138, 153, 169

Longford, 326
-, named as an address, 342

Longhope, 1–3, 5, 175, 182, 184, 188–89, 192, 223–54
-, advowson, 235, 250
-, agriculture, 236–8
-, architecture:
-,-, domestic, 227, 229–32 (230, 231)
-,-, industrial, 230, 232–4, 239
-, allotment gardens, 245
-, boundaries, 224
-, Bradley Grove (later Bradley Court), see Longhope, Forest Court
-, charities, 233, 244–8, 251, 253–4
-, church, 192, 226, 233, 245, 250–4
-, clubs and societies, 249
-, commons, 224, 226, 228–9, 236–8, 244–5
-, court, 243–4, 249
-, Court Farm (the Court House), 226, 231, 237, 243
-, Crocket's Hole, see May hill
-, Dursley Cross, 176, 224–6, 229, 231, 233, 237, 241–3, 247, 249
-, farms, 237–8
-, fields, 236
-, Forest Court (formerly Bradley Grove and Bradley Court), 228, 232, 246, 254
-, Furnace Mill, 228, 232–3, 241
-, friendly societies, 249
-, Hart's Barn, 144, 228, 230–231, 235, 237, 334
-,-, named as an address, 334
-, inclosure, 224, 226, 237
-, industry and trades, 236, 239–40, 242–3; see also Longhope, ironworks, mills, and turneries
-, inns (and alehouses), 249
-, ironworks, 240–1
-, Lea Line, 12, 224–5, 229, 232, 248
-, Little London, 176, 179, 225, 228, 231, 243, 248, 253
-, Lower Longhope, 224
-, manor, 181, 233–4
-, manor house, see Longhope, Court Farm and Manor House, the
-, Manor House, the, 227, 231, 234–5, 246
-, May hill, see May hill
-, mills, 228, 232–3, 239–41, 245
-, mission room, 232, 253–4
-, nonconformity, 195, 227, 232, 246, 248–9, 252–4
-, parish officers, 244–5
-, poor relief, 244, 246–7
-, population, 226
-, pound, 227, 245
-, railway, 225–6, 232, 240, 242–3, 249
-, rectory estate, 235–6, 250
-, roads, 225–6
-, schools, 227–8, 232, 245, 248, 253
-, settlement, 226–9
-, social structure, 245–6
-, tithes, 235–6, 250–1
-, turneries, 232, 239–240
-, Upper Longhope, 224
-, vicarage (later rectory), 235–6, 250
-, vicarage (later rectory) houses, 226, 227, 230–1, 246, 248, 251
-, vicars (later rectors), 194, 251–4; see also Bromwich, Yate; Dighton, Chas. Mein; Guise, Fred. Chas.; Mantle, Thos.; Probyn, Edm. and Wm.; Raikes, Rob. Napier; Smith, Thos.
-, village hall (the Latchen Room), 232, 245, 249
-, war memorials, 227, 249
-, wayside crosses, 225
-, woodland, 224–5, 273
-, woodland crafts, 239–40
-, woodland management, 238–9
-, workhouses, 244

Lovell, Eliz., 265

Loveridge:
-, Ric., 288
-, family, 128

Lowbridge, Thos., 274

Ludlow (Salop.), 213

Ludstock bridge, in Preston and Ledbury, 303

Luxmoore, John, dean of Gloucester, rector of Taynton, 343

Lydney, 342
-, ironworks, 111, 154
-, named as an address, 3, 39–40, 76

Lygon:
-, Fred., 6th Earl Beauchamp, 127, 134, 144, 148, 152, 162, 167, 172, 199, 202, 204–7, 209, 214–16, 220–1
-, Hen. (d. 1863), 4th Earl Beauchamp, 152, 204
-, Hen. (d. 1866), 5th Earl Beauchamp, 204
-, John, see Pindar
-, (formerly Pyndar), Reg., 204, 214
-, Wm. (d. 1816), Lord Beauchamp of Powick, later Earl Beauchamp, 139, 143, 154, 204
-, Wm. (d. 1823), 2nd Earl Beauchamp, 204
-, Wm., 7th Earl Beauchamp, 162, 167, 174, 202, 204, 214, 216–17, 221–2
-, Wm., 8th Earl Beauchamp, 139
-, family, 4, 122, 137; see also Lygon

Lynde ('Linde'), de la, family, 28, 128

Lypiatt, Over, see Stroud

Lythe, family, 100

M.

Maberly, A.W., 253

Maddocks (Maddox):
-, Gerald, 50
-, John, 31
-, Wal., 50

Madeira, 253

Madley (Herefs), Carwardine, named as an address, 145

Madras civil service, 162

Madresfield (Worcs.), 3, 121, 174, 213–14
-, Madresfield Court, 205
-,-, estate, 4, 130–1, 139, 143–4, 151–2, 154–5, 202, 204, 206–7, 209, 211
-, named as an address, 122, 137, 162

Maile:
-, Caleb, 330
-, Sophia, w. of Caleb, 330

Maisemore, 229

Malet, Rob., 155

Malvern (Worcs.):
-, Great Malvern priory, 118
-, named as an address, 266
-, stone, 107

Malvern Chase, 95, 97, 103, 111

Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 96

Malvern urban district council, waterworks, 97, 99

Manchester, 238
-, merchant of, 205

Mantle, Thos., vicar of Longhope, 238, 252

March, earls of, 268, 287; see also Mortimer

Marches of Wales:
-, council, 306
-, court, 111

Marcle;
-, John, 86
-, Wal., 86

Marcle, Little (Herefs.), 303, 313, 317
-, named as an address, 315
-, school, 165, 313

Marcle, Much (Herefs.), 7, 124, 133, 196, 198, 205, 210, 215
-, chantry, 206
-, named as an address, 205–6, 208, 214, 219 n, 305
-, roads to, 98, 125, 196
-, school, 313

Marcon, R.D., 216

markets, see Dymock; Newent

market gardening, 60–61, 153, 185, 238, 292

Marmion:
-, Joan, see Kilpeck
-, Phil., 327

Marsh, Wal., 119

Marshall family, 200

Marston, Sidney, vicar of Dymock, 174

Martin:
-, Hugh Thompson, 235
-, Mary, see Sergeaunt

Martley, Hugh of, vicar of Newent, 86

Masefield, John, 292, 317

Master:
-, Thos. (fl. 1660), 24
-, Thos. (d. 1682), 234, 245

Masters, Wm., rector of Taynton, 343

Matthews:
-, John (fl. 1522), 213
-, John (fl. 1816–41), 50
-, John (fl. 1849), 50
-, Wm., 250
-, family, 20
-, (or Phipps) family, 199

Maudit:
-, Eliz., see Knovill
-, Thos., 328

May Day revels, 192, 194, 224, 249

May hill (formerly Yartledon and Yartleton), 1, 9–10, 36, 38, 42, 57, 65, 74, 186, 191, 224–6, 229–30, 232, 235–9, 242–5, 247, 249, 317–19, 322, 335
-, Crocket's Hole, 86, 225, 229

Mayle:
-, John, 50–1
-, Ric., 214

Mayo:
-, Mary, see Warr
-, Thos., 269

McClellan, Ant., 106

McKechnie, Alan, 106

Medland, Jas., 26

Medland & Maberly, 253

Medland & Son, 44, 345

Meek (Meeke):
-, Ant. 289
-, Rob. ('Joe'), 78

Mendip coalfield, 63

Merbury:
-, Eliz., m. Wal. Devereux, 138
-, John, 138, 170

Mercia, sculpture from, 92

Messenger, Ric., 256

Methodists:
-, Bible Christian, 172–3
-, Primitive, 173
-, Wesleyan, 84, 88–90, 172–3, 220, 280, 297, 300–1, 344

Middlesex, see Chelsea; Edgware; Hoxton

Middleton, John, 53, 281

Middleton & Goodman, 117, 172, 217

Midland Electricity Board, 75

Mile, Reynold, 31

Miles:
-, Francis, 104–5
-, Hen., rector of Huntley, 180, 189–94, 196
-, Phil., 193

Millard, Jas., 118

Miller:
-, Constance, 254
-, Thos., 246
-, family, 246, 254

mills, see Bromesberrow; Dymock; Huntley; Kempley; Ketford; Longhope; Newent; Oxenhall; Pauntley; Preston; Taynton; see also windmills.

Millward family, 111

Milton Keynes (Bucks.), named as an address, 235–6

Min, Col. Nic., 76

Minchinhampton, Gatcombe Park named as an address, 104

mining, 9, 13, 63, 85, 155–6, 256–7, 259, 273–4, 277, 294, 335
-, see also Society of Mines Royal and Mineral and Battery Works

Minsterworth, 151, 224–5, 233
-, named as an address, 330

Minton, Hollins, & Co., tilemakers, 121

Mitcheldean, 69, 182, 189, 224, 240, 243, 246–7, 249, 252
-, Forest Court (formerly Bradley Grove and Bradley Court), see Longhope
-, market, 68
-, named as an address, 50, 62, 208, 235
-, nonconformity, 252
-, roads to, 12, 125, 224–6, 319

moated sites, 30, 32, 45, 48–9, 52, 99, 126, 129, 130, 178, 306 n, 320–2

Moggridge:
-, Hal, 97
-, John, 139, 273
-, John Hodder, 139, 142

Monmouth, 2, 188, 292
-, carrier to, 243
-, lords of, 3, 180–1, 233; see also Baderon of Monmouth; Gilbert of Monmouth; John of Monmouth; Wihanoc; William son of Baderon
-, named as an address, 63
-, priory, 180, 233, 235, 250
-, road to, 176, 225–6

Monmouthshire, see Abergavenny; Bicknor, Welsh; Llantilio Crossenny

Monson:
-, Phil. 206
-, Sarah, see Scudamore

Montagu:
-, Ric. de, 138
-, Wm. de, earl of Salisbury, 138

Moore:
-, Hen., 115, 117
-, Temple, 222

Mordiford (Herefs.), 54

Morgan:
-, Bridget, 219
-, Cath., see Grove
-, John, 48
-, Margery, 236
-, Ric., vicar of Dymock, 170

Morris, Mr and Mrs R., 40

morris men, 192, 249

Morrish, Revd W.J., 316

Morse:
-, Abraham, curate of Oxenhall and Pauntley, later rector of Huntley, 191, 195, 280
-, Anne, w. of Jackman, 193
-, Edw., 69
-, Hannah, m. Revd Ric. Foley, 193
-, Isabella, m. —— Beale, 47
-, Jackman, vicar of Awre and rector of Huntley, 193, 195
-, Jas., 23, 64
-, John (d. 1797), rector of Huntley, 193, 195
-, John (fl. 1839), perpetual curate (vicar) of Oxenhall and rector of Huntley, 189, 193, 195, 278, 280
-, John (d. 1842), 43, 51
-, John Nourse, 37–38, 43–4, 47, 51, 58, 63, 69, 72
-, Martha, m. John Morse, 193
-, Martha, w. of John (d. 1797), 193
-, Wm., 44
-, family, 23, 77, 88, 195

Mortimer:
-, Rog., earl of March, 265
-, family, earls of March, 287

Morton:
-, Ant., 141
-, Eliz., see Pembridge
-, Humph., 105
-, Ric., 141
-, Sir Roland, 141

Morton, Abbots (Worcs.), 170

Morwent, Jos., 267

motorway (M50), 2, 12, 96, 98, 123, 126, 257

Mounteagle, Lord, see Stanley, Sir Edw.

Moyaux:
-, John of, prior of Newent, 76
-, Simon of, prior of Newent, 76

Moyne:
-, Margery, see Knovill
-, Thos., 328

Mucegros:
-, Cecily de, see Avenel, Douce
-, Hawise de, m. 1 John de Ferrers, 2 John de Bures, 326
-, John de, 46, 326
-, Rob. de, 46, 326

Murrell (Murzell), Thos., 129
-, charity of, 163

Musgrove, Cecily, charity of, 336, 339

N.

nail making, 65, 156

Nanfan:
-, Giles (fl. 1580), 81
-, Revd Giles (fl. 1742), 106
-, John (fl. 1635), 81
-, John (d. by 1749), 106
-, John (d. by 1775), 106
-, Margaret, m. 1 Thos. Webb, 2 Revd. Jas. Davenport, 106
-, Margaret, see Walford
-, Mary (d. 1767), see Stone, Mary
-, Mary, w. of John (d. by 1749), 106

Nash, Eliz., see Bosworth

National Society, 345

National Trust, 225

Nayler:
-, Frances, see Blunt
-, Revd Thos., 182
-, family, 182

Neale, Noah Hill, 145

Neate, Sam., 145

Neath (Glam.), Baglan House, named as an address, 235

Nelme:
-, Thos. (fl. 1630), 329
-, Thos. (fl. early 18th cent.), 330
-, Wm., 58, 69
-, family, 321

Neville:
-, Ankaret, see Talbot
-, Thos., Lord Furnivale, 234

New Numbers, 167

Newbolt, Wm. Chas. Edm., vicar of Dymock, 167, 173

Newcastle upon Tyne, 338

Newent, 1–6, 7–94, 123, 167–8, 210–11, 254, 269, 276–8, 281–2, 285, 287, 289, 297–8, 317, 334, 339, 344
-, advowson, 85
-, agriculture, 55–61
-, Almshouse Green, mission room, 88
-, almshouses, 25–26, 81
-, Anglo-Saxon cross shaft, 84, 91–92
-, Anthony's Cross, 12, 32
-, Atherlard's Place, see Newent, Scarr, the
-, Baldwin's Oak, 28, 281
-, boothall, 18, 21–3 (22), 67; see also Newent, market house
-, borough, 8, 70–1; see also Newent, Newent tithing
-, Boulsdon, 8, 11, 35, 38, 42, 45, 57, 63, 66, 72, 85–6
-,-, settlement, 34–6
-,-, see also Newent, manors
-, Briery Hill Farm, 35
-, boundaries, 7–9
-, burgages, 17, 70
-, Caerwent's Farm, 11
-, canal, 7, 13, 32, 63, 69
-, Carswalls, 2, 8, 36
-,-, named as an address, 306
-,-, see also Newent, manors
-, Carswalls Manor, 45–46
-, cemetery, 20
-, chantries, 50, 86
-, charities, 81–2
-, churches:
-,-, parish church, 17, 77, 80, 84–9, 91–4 (93), 172, 341
-,-, see also Gorsley; Newent, Clifford's Mesne and Kilcot
-, Civil War incident, 76
-, Clifford Manor, 34, 38, 43–44, 317, 322, 326, 338
-, Clifford's Mesne, 2, 4, 7–10, 12, 26, 36, 42–3, 62–3, 69, 90
-,-, Anglican chapel, 88–9
-,-, church, 89, 94
-,-, school, 83, 89
-,-, see also Gorsley with Clifford's Mesne ecclesiastical district
-, clubs and societies, 79–80
-,-, cricket club, 257
-, coalfield, 69, 155; see also mining
-, commons, 7, 8, 10–11, 26, 29–30, 36, 42, 55, 57–9
-, Compton, 8, 10, 12, 20, 27–8, 38, 44–5, 54, 56–7, 62, 65, 72
-,-, settlement, 26–30
-, Compton House, see Compton Green
-, Conigree Court (the Conigree), 8–10, 20, 36–7, 46–8 (47), 57
-, Court House, the (Old Court), 19, 39–41, 88
-,-, named as an address, 31
-, court officers, 71–2
-, courts, 18, 70–2
-, crafts, see Newent, industry and crafts
-, Cugley, 8, 10–11, 36–8, 51, 56, 58, 62, 65, 66, 72
-,-, settlement, 32–4
-,-, named as an address, 42
-, distributive and service trades, 68–9
-, domestic architecture:
-,-, town, 23–6, 40–2,
-,-, outlying, 26–38, (29), 44–54
-, fairs, 66–8
-, farms, 39–3, 45, 55–61
-, fields, 55, 57
-, forge, 65
-, gallows, 71
-, Glasshouse Green, 8, 34, 322
-, glassworks, 34, 65, 322, 335
-, Gorsley common, 7–11, 26, 36, 46–7, 57, 63, 65, 72, 77, 257
-,-, settlement, 37–8
-, Great Boulsdon Farm, 34, 44
-, Hayes (Hege) estate, 2, 49, 287, 290
-, Hayes Farm, 27, 49–50
-, high cross, 18
-, inclosure, 58
-, industry and crafts, 62–6
-, inns and public houses, 78–9
-,-, Black Dog, 24, 78
-,-, George, 78–80
-,-, King's head, 78
-,-, Red Lion, 23, 78, 79
-, Kilcot, 7–11, 36–7, 47, 57, 62–3, 69, 78, 90–1, 254, 326, 331
-,-, chapel-of-ease, 88
-,-, inn, 59, 79
-,-, medieval chapel, 86
-,-, nonconformist chapel, 90
-,-, school, 83
-,-, settlement, 36–7
-,-, wood, 10, 46–7
-,-, see also Newent, manors
-, Madam's wood, 8, 10, 74, 256, 283
-, Malswick, 8, 10–11, 38, 48–9, 56, 61, 66, 326
-,-, settlement, 30–2
-,-, named as an address, 49
-, manor houses, see Newent, Carswalls Manor; Conigree Court; Court House, the; Great Boulsdon Farm; Moat, the; and priory, precinct
-, manors, 38
-,-, Boulsdon, 8–10, 34, 36, 38, 42–3, 47, 51, 55, 57, 62–3
-,-, Carswalls, 8, 28, 38, 44–5, 55, 57
-,-, Kilcot, 9–10, 36–7, 46–7, 56–7, 62, 71, 268
-,-, Newent, 8, 10, 38–40, 42, 48–50, 52, 55–7, 62, 64, 71, 76, 85, 266
-,-, Okle Clifford, 10, 41, 48–9, 56–7, 64
-,-, Okle Grandison, 49, 56–7 court, 276
-,-, Southorles (Lower Southerns), 8, 32, 42, 51–2; see Newent, Moat, the
-, market house, 18, 22–23, 67, 74, 79, 91; see also, Newent, boothall
-, market place, 16–19, 44, 67, 70, 77, 79–80
-, markets, 7, 15, 66–8, 108, 156
-, meeting places, 79–80
-, mills, 32, 40, 49, 64–5
-, Moat, the, 8, 9, 32, 41, 51–3 (52), 65, 85
-,-, named as an address, 52
-, named as an address, 191, 193, 267, 330
-, Nelfields Farm, 11, 13
-,-, named as an address, 53
-, Newent Court (New Court), 16, 20–1, 40–2, 77
-,-, estate, 319, 326, 328, 330, 333–4
-, Newent tithing (borough or liberty of Newent), 8, 18, 37, 56–7, 72, 77
-, Newent (Yartleton) woods, 8–10, 12, 33–4, 36, 38, 40, 52, 61–2, 85
-, nonconformity, protestant, 88–91, 220, 280, 300, 344
-, Okle, 8, 30, 38, 55
-,-, manors, see Newent, manors
-,-, Okle Pitchard,(Pitcher), 30, 49
-, Old Court, see Newent, Court House, the
-, parish council (Newent town council), 74, 76
-, parish officers, 72–4
-, parks, 55, 80
-, Parks, the, 260
-, poor relief, 72–3
-, pound, 18
-, priory, 12, 19, 30, 38, 40, 49, 52, 55, 62, 64, 76, 85–6, 147, 158, 168, 170, 341
-,-, farm buildings, 30, 49
-,-, precinct, 15–19, 40, 55, 67, 85; see also Newent, Court House, the
-,-, priors, 11, 46, 64, 163, 268, 279; see also Moyaux, John of and Simon of; Goupillières, Simon of; Hacqueville, Wm. of
-, population, 13
-, Porter's Place, 18–19, 42–4
-, prison (of the manor), 71
-, public services, 74–6
-, railway, 13, 257
-, recreation ground, 74, 80
-, rectors, 70, 76
-, rectory estate, 54
-, roads, 11–12
-,-, road repairs, 73–4
-, roads to, 124–5, 176, 198, 224–5, 256–7, 303, 319
-, Roman Catholicism, 91, 94
-, Scarr, the (formerly Atherlard's Place), 28, 50, 60, 91
-, school board, 83
-, schools, 74, 77, 80, 82–4, 164, 191, 278, 297, 313, 340; see also Gorsley; Newent, Clifford's Mesne
-, settlement:
-,-, town, 13–21 (15)
-,-, outlying, 26–38
-, streets, 13–17 (16), 25, 79
-, social structure, 76–7
-, Southends (Southerns), 50–1
-, spa, 69, 81
-, stagecoach services, 78
-, Stalling (Stallions) estate, 8, 32, 38, 52–3, 55
-, Stardens, 28, 38–40, 53–54, 77, 277
-,-, named as an address, 40, 206
-, Tan House, the, 19, 24–25
-, tithes, 54, 84–5
-, tithings, 8, see also Newent, Newent tithing
-, town bailiff and other officers, 70–2
-, vicarage (later rectory), 54, 84–5
-, vicarage house, 19, 85, 87
-, vicars (later rectors), 76, 86–8; see also Avenant, Thos.; Craister, John; Foley, John; Onslow, Ric. Francis
-, Walden Court, 27, 41, 49–50, 54, 88, 297, 301
-, waterworks, 74
-, woodland, 9–10, 42, 57, 181; see also Newent, Madam's wood and Newent woods
-, woodland management and crafts, 61–3, 186, 273, 275
-, workhouse (parish, later union), 25, 73–4, 83
-, see also Botloe's Green; Brand Green; Compton Green; Ell bridge; Gorsley; Gorsley and Kilcot civil parish; Gorsley with Clifford's Mesne ecclesiastical district; Kent's Green; Pool Hill

Newent county court district, 74

Newent Gas Light & Coke Co., 75

Newent highway district (and board), 114, 160, 337

Newent petty sessional division, 74

Newent poor-law union, 6, 74, 114, 160, 213, 276, 295, 311, 337

Newent rural district, 6, 74, 77
-, council, 26, 74–6, 85, 97
-, housing, 20–1, 30, 36, 99–100, 102, 127–8, 130–1, 133–5, 199, 202, 262, 320

Newland, 3, 180
-, named as an address, 48, 180–1, 233–4

Newnham:
-, Ayleford ironworks, 239
-, market, 66
-, named as an address, 51
-, road to, 319

Newton:
-, Alfred, vicar (and rector) of Preston, 313–14, 316–17
-, Benj., rector of Taynton 1710–33, 340, 343
-, John (father of last), rector of Taynton, 343
-, John (grds. of last), rector of Taynton 1737–54, 343

Niblett, J.M., parson of Preston, 313

Noel, Wm. Fred., 53

nonconformity, protestant, see Baptists; Christian Brethren; Congregationalists; Latter Day Saints; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quakers; United Brethren

Norman, Wm. son of, see William

Northamptonshire, 168; see also Blisworth; Culworth; Fotheringhay college

Northumberland, earls of, see Percy

Northumberland, 338; see also Newcastle upon Tyne

North-West Gloucestershire Water Board, 74–5

Northwood:
-, John, 138
-, Rog., 138

Norton (Herefs.), 103

Norton (Worcs.), 269

Nottinghamshire, see Langar; Stoke, East

Nourse:
-, Dorothy, see Bourne
-, Eliz., 43, 47
-, John (fl. 1559), 236
-, Revd John (d. 1754), 43, 47
-, John (fl. 1789), 43, 51
-, Lucy, w. of Tim., m. 2 —— Stokes, 51, 82
-, Mary, w. of Wal. (d. 1663), 43, 87
-, Ric. (fl. 1570s), 236
-, Ric. (fl. 1590, ? same as last), 234
-, Thos., 229, 234, 236, 241, 245, 247, 250, 252
-, Revd Tim., 51, 78, 82, 87
-, Wal. (fl. 1597), 19
-, Wal. (d. 1652), 43, 51, 63, 81
-, Wal. (d. 1663), 43
-, Wal. (d. 1743), 43–4, 47, 51, 78, 87
-, Wm., 43, 63
-, family, 44, 77, 81, 233–4

Nunn, John, 195

nursing associations, 167, 249, 341

O.

Odo (fl. 1086), 44

Okle:
-, as a surname, 48–9
-, Joan 'ate', 48
-, John of, 48
-, Reynold of, 48

Old Sodbury with Chipping Sodbury, 253

Oldcastle:
-, Eliz., see Ruyhale
-, Ric., 138

Ollney, John Harvey, 82

Ombersley (Worcs.), Hawford, named as an address, 290

Onslow:
-, And. Geo., 40, 277
-, And. Ric., 40, 266, 277
-, Arthur And., vicar of Newent, 88
-, Harriett, see Foley
-, Ric. Foley, 40, 53, 67, 76–7, 83, 268, 270, 273, 277
-, Ric. Francis, vicar of Newent, 40, 76, 79, 83, 88
-, Wm., 263
-, family, 3, 38, 40, 46, 62–3, 77, 85, 89, 260, 266, 272–3, 275, 277
-, see also Deane

orchards, 4, 59, 97, 109–10, 124, 150–3, 184–5, 198, 207, 209–10, 224, 236–8, 272, 291–2, 303, 308–10, 321–2; see also cider and perry

Ormonde, earl of, 327

Osborne, Chas. Willoughby, 290; see also Willoughby-Osborne

Owen:
-, Sir John, Bt, 330, 338
-, family, 330

Oxenhall, 1–3, 5–6, 9, 11, 40, 57, 74, 76, 80, 118, 123, 130, 153, 130, 254–81, 300–1
-, advowson, 278–9
-, agriculture, 270–2
-, boundaries, 254
-, canal, 257–258, 273, 276–7
-, canal tunnel, 126
-, chantry, 280
-, church, 216, 258–259, 278–81 (281), 298, 300–1
-, church house, 258–259, 277
-, commons, 270–1
-,-, Shaw common, 256–7, 259, 261, 263, 271–3, 280
-, court, 276
-, Crooke's Farm, see Pauntley
-, Crooke's Mill, see Pauntley
-, curacy (later vicarage), 130, 278–9
-, curates (perpetual curates and vicars), 195, 277, 279–80; see Davies, Thos.; Little, Thos. Palling; Morse, Abraham and John; Sherwood, Thos.
-, domestic architecture, 261, 262–264
-, Ellbridge furnace, 7, 9, 38–9, 62, 65, 76, 111, 256–7, 260, 271–2, 274–275, 277, 335
-,-, water supply to, 9, 256, 275
-, farms, 270–2, 277
-, fields, 270–1
-, Furnace, the, see Oxenhall, Oakdale House
-, golf course, 257
-, Gospel Oak, see Dymock
-, Hill House Farm, see Pauntley,
-, Hilter Farm (formerly Yeldhall), 259, 266
-, inclosure, 256, 261
-, ironworks, see Oxenhall, Ellbidge furnace
-, Kew's Farm, see Pauntley
-, manor, 39, 49, 57, 260, 262, 264–6, 267, 271–2, 280
-, manor house, see Oxenhall, Hilter Farm
-, Marshall's Farm, 260, 263, 266–7
-, mills, 274
-, mining, 63, 273–4, 277
-, named as an address, 42
-, nonconformity, 277, 280
-, Oakdale House (formerly the Furnace), 40, 260, 275, 277
-, Oxenhall Court, 256, 259–60, 262–4, 268, 271, 276
-, parish officers, 276
-, park, 28, 254, 256–7
-, poor relief, 276
-, population, 257–8
-, pound, 261
-, railway and tramroad, 257
-, rectory estate, 256, 265, 267–8, 270, 278; see also Oxenhall, Oxenhall Court
-, roads, 11, 257
-, schools, 258, 277–8
-, settlement, 258–62
-, social structure, 276–71
-, tithes, 266–9
-, trades, 276
-, vicarage, see Oxenhall, curacy
-, vicarage houses, 262, 276, 279–80
-, waterworks, 256
-, Winter's Farm, 260, 266–7
-, woodland, 10, 62, 154, 256–7, 261, 271
-, woodland crafts, 272
-, woodland management, 272–3
-, Yeldhall, see Oxenhall, Hilter Farm
-, see also Ell bridge; Four Oaks; Hillend green

Oxford, 51
-, Hertford college, 120
-, named as an address, 51
-, Pembroke College, masters of, 343
-, Sheldonian Theatre, 87

Oxfordshire, see Bampton; Kingham; Witney

P.

Painswick:
-, named as an address, 195
-, stone, 195

Palairet, C.H., 173

Palmer:
-, Geo., 213
-, family, 214–2

Paris, 312

Parker, Thos., rector of Taynton, 343

Parkhurst:
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1636), 327
-, Sir Rob. (s. of last), 327
-, Rob. (fl. 1655–6, s. of last), 327, 330

parks, see Bromesberrow; Dymock; Huntley; Kempley; Newent; Oxenhall; Pauntley; Taynton

Parry:
-, E. Gambier, 155
-, Thos. Gambier, 133

Parsons, Ailway, 66

Paston:
-, Anne, see Somerset
-, John, 287, 296
-, family, 291, 300

Patrick, Jos., 207

Paul, Matt., 69

Pauncefoot:
-, Anne, w. of Wm. (d. 1691), 306, 312, 315
-, Dorothy, m. Ric. Green, 45
-, Grimbald, 45
-, Hen., 48
-, John, curate of Oxenhall, 280
-, N. (fl. ante 1501), 48
-, Poole, 45, 87
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Bromley, 45, 306
-, Wm. (d. 1617), 53, 296
-, Wm. (d. 1691), 45, 306
-, Wm. (d. 1711), 45, 306
-, family, 27, 81, 285, 296, 300

Pauncefote
-, Bernard, 306
-, (formerly Smith and Bromley), Sir Geo., Bt, 45, 49, 70, 306, 312
-, Sir Julian, later Baron Pauncefote of Preston, 306, 312
-, (formerly Smith), Rob. (d. 1843), 306, 312, 316
-, Rob. (d. 1847), 306
-, family, 312, 316

Pauntley, 1–3, 5–9, 13, 20, 27, 29, 38, 46, 54, 57–8, 61, 86, 118, 145, 160, 254, 256, 265, 281–301, 329
-, advowson, 287, 298
-, agriculture, 271–2, 290–2
-, Botloe's Farm, 285, 289, 291, 295
-, boundaries, 254, 281–2
-, canal, 257, 273
-, chantries, 299
-, charities, 297
-, church (chapel), 54, 84, 279, 281, 284, 287, 298–301 (299)
-, church house, 298
-, Collin Park wood, 10, 281–3, 292–3
-, commons, 281, 291
-, court, 294
-, Crooke's Farm, 260, 262–4, 268–9
-, Crooke's Mill, 254, 274
-, curacy (later vicarage), 280, 298
-, curates (perpetual curates and vicars), 299–301; see Davies, Thos.; Little, Thos. Palling; Morse, Abraham; Sherwood, Thos.
-, customs, 297–8
-, domestic architecture, 262–4 (263), 285–6
-, Durbridge, see Redmarley D'Abitot
-, farms, 268, 271–2, 277, 290–1
-, fields, 290
-, fish ponds, 282
-, Hayes estate, see Newent
-, Hill House Farm, 257, 260, 269–70
-, Kew's Farm. 260, 262–4 (263)
-, Kilcot, 2, 8, 283, 287, 290
-, Little Pauntley, 281
-, manor, 8, 49, 286–8, 288 n, 289
-, manor house, 283, 295; see Pauntley, Pauntley Court
-, mills, 274, 282, 285–6, 290, 293
-, mining, 63, 257, 273, 294
-, named as an address, 50, 103, 268–9, 334
-, nonconformity, protestant, 90, 280, 285, 297, 300–1
-, parish officers, 294–5
-, park, 283, 290
-, Pauntley Court, 284, 286, 288–9 (288), 291–3, 296–7, 300
-,-, estate, 27, 58, 63
-, Pauntley Place (formerly the White House), 285, 296–8
-, Pauntley Spa, 283, 297
-, Payford, 282, 284, 289
-,-, bridge, 283, 295
-,-, mill, 284, 285–6, 290, 292–293
-, poor relief, 294–6
-, poorhouses, 285–6, 294
-, population, 258, 283–4
-, railway, 283
-, rectory estate, 289–90
-, Rhyle House, 285, 289, 291–2, 294–5
-, roads, 283
-, Roman Catholicism, 300
-, schools, 116, 278, 285, 296–7, 300
-, settlement, 260–1, 282, 284–5
-, social structure, 277, 295–7
-, tithes, 289–90, 298
-, trades, 294
-, vicarage, see Pauntley, curacy
-, White House, the, see Pauntley, Pauntley Place
-, woodland, 256, 275, 282–3, 288 n; see also Pauntley, Collin Park wood
-, woodland management, 292–3
-, see also Brand Green; Botloe's Green; Ketford; Pool Hill

Payford, see Pauntley

Payne:
-, Ann (or Agnes), m. 1 John Bromwich, 2 Wm. Whittington, 103, 114, 118
-, Thos., 342

Peacock family, 9

Pembridge:
-, Eliz. of, m. Sir Roland Morton, 141
-, Eliz. of, see Gamages
-, Euphemia of, see Gamages
-, Hen. of (fl. mid 13th cent.), 141
-, Hen. of (fl. 1338, ? same as next), 327
-, Hen. of (d. 1362), 141
-, John of (d. 1376), 141
-, John of (fl. 1388), 141
-, John of (d. 1505), 141
-, Margaret, w. of Hen. of (d. 1362), 141
-, Ric. of, 328
-, Thos. of, 141
-, Wal. of, 141
-, Wm. of (fl. 1285), 141
-, Wm. of (fl. 1317–42), 141, 160
-, family, 149

Pembroke Boroughs, MP for, 338

Pendock, Joan, 106

Pendock (Worcs.), 119

Peneys:
-, Agnes de, m. Ives of Clinton, 155
-, John de, 155
-, Rose, w. of John de, 155

Pennington, John, bellfounder, 93

Percy:
-, Hen. (d. 1489), earl of Northumberland, 265
-, Hen. (d. 1527), earl of Northumberland, 265
-, Hen. (fl. 1535, s. of last), 265
-, Maud, see Herbert

Perkins:
-, Mary, 296
-, Ric., 273
-, family, 296

Pershore (Worcs.), 252

Peter family, 259, 277

Peters, Ric., 262

Peyer, Everard Chas. de, 41

Phelps:
-, N., 50
-, Wm. John, 50

Philadelphia, 235

Phillips (Philipps):
-, Edwin, 335
-, John, 269
-, Margaret, see Warr
-, R.S., 232
-, Steph., 252

Phipps:
-, David (or Ric.), rector of Taynton, 342
-, (or Phillips), Ric., rector of Taynton, 342
-, Ric., see Phipps, David
-, family, see Matthews

Pigott:
-, Anne, m. 1 Sam. Danvers, 2 Hen. Finch, 203, 205, 219, 265
-, Leonard, 203, 265
-, Margery, w. of Wm., 203, 216, 265
-, Wm., 203, 265

pillory, 72

Pindar (formerly Lygon), John, 3rd Earl Beauchamp, 204

Pirton (Worcs.), named as an address, 134

Pitfield, Chas., 328

Pitt (Pytt):
-, John (fl. 1607), 42, 63
-, John (fl. 1640), 35
-, Jos., 104
-, Rowland, 239
-, Sarah, 165

Pludie, John de la, 18

Plumtree, Ric., 17

police stations, 26, 127, 135, 189, 227, 245

Pool Hill, in Newent and Pauntley, 8–9, 11, 29, 88, 285–286, 292, 294, 296
-, school, 285, 301

Poole:
-, Elinor, m. Sir Ric. Fettiplace, 295
-, Eliz., see Whittington
-, Sir Giles, 287, 290
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1616), 287, 290, 295–6
-, Hen. (fl. 1620), 287, 294
-, Hen. (fl. 1676), 213
-, Wm., 213
-, family, 213, 219–20

Poole Keynes (formerly Wilts.), 171

Pope, Wm., 146

Porter:
-, Arthur (d. 1558), 42, 267
-, Sir Arthur (fl. 1610), 42–4, 51, 267
-, Rog., 18, 34, 42, 44, 54, 77, 86, 92, 267
-, Sir Thos., 42
-, Wm., vicar of Newent, 86
-, family, 38, 57, 264

Portes:
-, Matt. de, 103
-, Ric. de, 103, 118,
-, Rog. de, 103

Potter, Edw., vicar of Longhope, 251

Powell:
-, John, 306, 308, 312, 314
-, Rob. ap, and w., 50
-, Thos., 305
-, Wm. Hen., 249
-, family, 305

Power family, 199

Powick (Worcs.):
-, ironworks, 111, 154
-, Lord Beauchamp of, see Lygon
-, named as an address, 148

Poyntz, Thos., 138

Prank family, 17

Preedy, Fred., 121

Presbyterians, 88, 121, 171

Preston, 1–2, 5, 112, 118, 123, 125, 170, 172–3, 301–17
-, advowson, 314
-, agriculture, 307–10
-, Baron Pauncefote of, see Pauncefote, Sir Julian
-, boundaries, 302
-, church, 155, 168, 170, 303–4, 313–17 (315, 316)
-, court, 311
-, domestic architecture, 304–7
-, farms, 308–9
-, fields, 303, 308
-, inclosure, 303, 308–9
-, manor, 305–6
-, manor house, see Preston, Preston Court
-, mills, 310
-, nonconformity, 315
-, parish officers, 311–12
-, poor relief, 311
-, poorhouses, 311, 313
-, population, 303
-, Preston Court, 303–7 (307), 310, 312
-,-, named as an address, 28
-, roads, 302, 303
-, schools, 313, 316
-, settlement, 304
-, social life, 313
-, social structure, 312–13
-, tithes, 313–14
-, trades and services, 310
-, vicarage (later rectory), 313–14
-, vicarage (later rectory), houses, 304, 312–14
-, vicars (later rectors), 168, 315–17; see Bryan, Chas.; Dixon, C.W.; Doherty, A.P.; Gethyn-Jones, Dan.; Hardy, H.H.; Jenkins, Jenkin; Newton, Alfred; Niblett, J.M.
-, woodland, 303
-, see also Ludstock bridge

Price:
-, Elisa, w. of Morgan Philips, 329
-, Gregory, 206
-, J.G., 102, 106
-, Jas., 206
-, Jas., rector of Bromesberrow, 119
-, Margaret Tatiana, m. —— Rose, 329
-, Marianne, w. of Sam. Grove, 329
-, Morgan, 327
-, Revd Morgan, 329
-, Morgan Philips, 320, 325, 329, 333, 339–41
-, Octavius, 44
-, Peter (Wm. Philips Peter), 329, 342
-, Sam. Grove, 329
-, Stanhope Grove, see Grove
-, family, 206, 326
-, (later Grove) family, 339

Price, Jas., & Son, cider and perry makers, 210

Priday:
-, Chas., 52
-, family, 52

Prince:
-, Ric., 241 n
-, Rob., 214 n
-, family, 241

Pringle:
-, Hen. Arthur, 229, 232, 234–5, 242, 246
-, Mary, w. of R.W.J. Pringle-Nicholson, 235

Pringle-Nicholson:
-, Mary, see Pringle
-, R.W.J., 235

prisoners-of-war, 91
-, camp site, 20

Pritchard:
-, Geo., 144, 148
-, Jane, m. Henry Lambert, 148
-, Jane, see Skipp
-, John, 329
-, Susan, see Lambert

Probyn:
-, Caroline, m. Rob. Napier Raikes, 246
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1742), 177, 181, 184, 186, 234, 242, 334
-, Edm. (d. 1819), 182, 186, 234–6, 250
-, Edm. (d. 1837), vicar of Longhope, 232, 246, 248, 253
-, Edm. (d. 1890), 178–82, 185, 190, 193, 231, 234–5, 237, 246, 321, 330
-, Eliz., 246
-, (formerly Hopkins), John (d. 1773), 186, 234, 239, 242, 334
-, John (d. 1843), dean of Llandaff, 231, 234–5, 245–6
-, John (d. 1863), 246, 253
-, Wm., vicar of Longhope, 246
-, family, 3–5, 180, 184, 189–90, 193, 233, 326, 332

professions, see architects; attorneys; solicitors; surgeons

Puckmore, Edw., 130

Puff (Pouf) family, 17

Pugh:
-, W.J., 204
-, family, 204.

Pullen, John, 152

Purefey, Wm., 181

Purrock, John, 191

Pury:
-, Deborah, 343
-, Eliz., m. —— Whittington, 327, 329, 343
-, Sarah, 327, 329
-, Theophilus, 343
-, Thos. (d. 1666), 326–7
-, Thos. (d. 1693), 320, 327, 329–30, 338, 343

Pye:
-, Edw. (d. 1692), 139, 142, 158, 161
-, see also Chamberlayne

Pyndar:
-, Eliz., see Hacket
-, Reg. (d. 1712), 203–4, 212–13,
-, Reg. (d. 1788), see Lygon
-, Thos., 200, 204, 208–9, 213
-, (later Lygon) family, 3, 202, 204, 213–14, 220

Pytt, see Pitt

Q.

Quakers, 88, 343

quarrying:
-, cinders, 65, 187, 240–1, 274–5, 335
-, stone, 63, 96, 112, 114, 155, 187, 225, 242, 257, 335

Quedgeley, 120

Queen Anne's Bounty, 168, 193, 279, 298

R.

races, see horse racing

Radclyffe, Eliz., 330

Raikes:
-, Caroline, see Probyn
-, Rob. Napier, vicar of Longhope, 246, 253
-, Stanley Napier, 162

railways, 126, 226, 257, 283, 283; see also Great Western

Ralph the clerk of Taynton, 326

Rawlins, Raphael, 250

Rawlinson, John, 267

Read:
-, Harold, 243
-, Hen., 5, 243
-, Ric., 243
-, see also Reed

Redditch (Worcs.), named as an address, 266

Redfearn, Ric., 300

Redmarley D'Abitot (formerly Worcs.), 6, 96, 100, 104, 110, 112, 118–19, 122–3, 131, 167, 171, 174, 222, 280, 282–3, 287, 293, 298, 295, 301, 310, 317
-, Durbridge, 282–3, 293
-, named as an address, 143, 286

Reed, Geo., 41; see also Read

Rees, Wm., 94

religious houses, see Aconbury priory; commandery; Conches abbey; Cookhill priory; Cormeilles abbey; Dinmore preceptory; Flaxley, abbey; Gloucester, abbey and Llanthony priory; Hereford, St Guthlac's priory; Malvern, Great Malvern priory; Monmouth, priory; Newent, priory; St Florent abbey; Studley priory; Wormsley priory

Ricardo:
-, David, 104, 288
-, Frank (d. 1897), 104, 122
-, Frank (fl. 1929), 104, 288
-, Harriet, w. of Osman, 115–17
-, Mortimer, 104
-, Osman, 102, 104–5, 110, 115–17, 121, 291, 296–7
-, family, 3, 100, 128, 296

Rice (Reece), Wm., 19

Rich:
-, Anne, see Robins
-, Thos., 306
-, Ric, son of Robert le, 207

Richard I, 138, 141

Richardson:
-, Barbara, m. —— Bourchier, 93
-, Chas., 52
-, Jas., 93
-, Sam., 40
-, Thos., 81
-, family, 40

Rickards:
-, Eliz., see Lester
-, Thos., 306

Ricketts, Thos., 338

Rideout:
-, John Worrall, 205
-, see also Worrall

Rigby:
-, Alex., 120
-, F.F., rector of Bromesberrow, 116

Rimes, Revd J.R., 346

riots, bread, 245

roads, see salt way; motorway; turnpike roads

Robert (d. 1168), earl of Leicester, 38

Robert ès Blanchemains, earl of Leicester, 38

Robert the Hart, 228

Robert, chaplain of Oxenhall, 279

Robert, dean of Kempley, 216

Roberts:
-, Caesar, 279
-, H.L., 216
-, John, 48
-, Maud, see Dulle
-, Nic., 236, 267–8
-, family, 268

Robins:
-, Anne, w. of Hen. and also of Thos. Rich, 306, 312, 314–15
-, Hen., 306
-, Ric., 315

Robinson, W.P., 122

Roddis, John, 281

Rodmarton, see Tarlton

Roger 'de la Hulle', 27

Roger 'le Frere', 268

Roger of Durley, 229

Roger the marshal, 266

Roger the millward, 310

Rogers:
-, Edw. (d. 1763), 48
-, Edw., vicar of Preston, 315
-, Eliz., ? w. of Wm. (d. 1662), 87 and n
-, Eliz., m. Edward Bearcroft, 48
-, Eliz., w. of Edw. (d. 1763), 48
-, John (d. 1721), 48
-, John (d. 1735), 48, 54
-, Laetitia, m. Charles Jones, 48
-, Ric., 8, 87
-, Thos., 266
-, Wm. (d. 1662), 48, 87 n
-, Wm. (d. 1690, s. of last), 48, 81–2, 87
-, Wm. (fl. 1680, s. of Thos.), 266
-, family, 64, 77, 81

Rollinson, S., & Son, 94

Roman Catholicism, 91, 219, 254, 298, 300
-, Salesian Fathers, 92, 254

Roman remains, 65, 122, 125–6, 133, 156, 174, 176, 187, 225, 302–3

Rome, 86

Rose, Margaret Tatiana, see Price

Ross-on-Wye (Herefs.), 2, 8, 11, 91, 157, 185, 188, 211, 330
-, 'Man of Ross', see Kyrle, John
-, market, 66–8, 247
-, named as an address, 51, 145, 201, 206
-, roads to, 11–12, 37, 125, 174–6, 198, 225, 257, 303

Rostele, Wm. de, rector of Huntley, 193

Rotherwas (Herefs.), named as an address, 329

Rowden:
-, A.R., 104, 106
-, Beatrice, see Waudby-Griffin

Rowles:
-, Arthur, 235, 245
-, Nic., 235–6, 241

Rudder, Sam., 12, 333

Rudford and Highleadon, 9
-, Highleadon, 9, 11, 31, 55, 344
-, Rudford, 11, 295, 341

Rudge:
-, Edm. (d. 1843), 44
-, Edm. (d. 1886), 44
-, Frances, w. of Edm. (d. 1886), 44
-, Thos., vicar of Longhope, 251

Rudhall:
-, Abraham, 93, 252
-, Thos., 120, 316

Rushforth, T.H., 232

Rushock (Worcs.), 203
-, named as an address, 266

Ruyhale:
-, Edm., 138
-, Eliz., w, of Ric. (d. 1408), m. 2 Ric. Oldcastle, 138
-, Ric. (d. 1408), 138
-, Ric. (d. 1415), 138
-, family, 170

Ryder, Hen., bishop of Gloucester, 316

Rye House Plot, 316–16

'ryelands', 'the', in Glos. and Herefs., 4, 108, 124, 256, 282

Ryeland breed of sheep, 58, 149

Ryley, as a surname, 284

Ryton, see Dymock

S.

Sabyn, John, vicar of Longhope, 251

Sadler family, 156

Salesian Fathers, see Roman Catholicism

Salfield, Launcelot, 267

Salisbury, earl of, see Montagu, Wm. de

salt way, 2

Samson, sacrist of Gloucester abbey, 331

Samuel:
-, J.F., 146
-, L., 146

Sandhurst, 103

Sandwich (Kent), MP for, 329

Sanford, David Ayshford, 288

Sansom, Jas., 241

Sapperton, 287, 290

Sapy:
-, Aline de, see Bath
-, John de, 191
-, Rob. de, 181, 189, 191

Sargeant:
-, Peter, 104, 144
-, Wm., 104
-, see also Sergeaunt

Savacre, Revd Edw., 342

Savage, Sam., vicar of Dymock, 171

Saycell (fl. mid 13th cent.), 200–11

Scots, expedition against, 194

Scott:
-, Gilbert, 93
-, Revd H.D.Y., 122

Scudamore:
-, Frances, see Somerset
-, Hen., 287
-, Hen. Blachford, 288
-, Sir John, Bt, 206, 211
-, John, Viscount Scudamore, 4
-, Sarah, m. 1 John Holmes, 2 Phil. Monson, 206
-, Sarah, see Kyrle
-, Tamar, w. of Hen. Blachford, 288
-, Wm., 206

Scull, Wm., vicar of Kempley, 219

secretary of state, 312

Senhouse, Peter, vicar of Kempley, 219–20

Sergeaunt:
-, Ann, 235
-, Edw. (d. 1698), 230, 235
-, Edw. (d. 1800), 50
-, Eliz., see Dobyns
-, Joanna, 235
-, John (d. 1615), 235, 241
-, John (fl. 1702), 235
-, John (d. 1765), 235
-, Revd John (d. 1780), 144, 235
-, John (d. 1820), 235
-, Margaret, w. of Ric., 235
-, Margaret, m. Hugh Thompson Martin, 235
-, Mary, 235
-, Ric., 235
-, Wm., 231, 235, 334
-, family, 228, 233
-, see also Sargeant

Servante, Wm., vicar of Kempley, 220

Severn, river, 291
-, trade, 237, 274–5

Severne, Hester, 81

Severn-Trent Water authority, 75

Seys, Evan, 139, 142, 161

Shapton:
-, Abraham, 327, 335, 343
-, Judith, w. of Abraham, 327, 343

Sharpe:
-, Revd Chas. Hen., 235
-, Revd Francis Wm., 234–5
-, John Chas., 235, 250
-, Mary, w. of Revd Francis Wm., 235
-, Wm. Granville, 235
-, family, 233

Shaw, as a surname, 18

Shayle:
-, Edw., 128
-, Eliz., w. of Thos. (d. 1540), 143
-, John, 143
-, Thos. (d. 1540), 143
-, Thos. (s. of last), 143
-, Thos. (fl. 1687), 143
-, family, 128, 142

Shelley:
-, Spencer (d. 1941), 182
-, Spencer (fl. 1975), 182
-, family, 190

Shelton, Norman, rector of Taynton, 344, 346

Sheppard, Wm., 267

Sherborne, 250, 252

Sherbourne (Warws.), named as an address, 106

Sherwood, Thos., perpetual curate of Oxenhall and Pauntley, 280, 301

ship money, 315

Shore:
-, Chas. John, Lord Teignmouth, 205
-, John, Lord Teignmouth, 205

Shrewsbury, earldom of, 234, 241; for earls, see Talbot, Gilbert and John

Shropshire, see Castle, Bishop's; Ludlow; Wellington

Shropshire, Worcestershire, & Staffordshire Electric Power Co., 75, 159

Sibles:
-, Eliz., w, of Ric., 312
-, John, 308. 312
-, Ric., 308, 312
-, family, 308, 311–12

Simon 'Atennasse', 27

Simons, John, vicar of Dymock, 172

Sivedale, Wm., 326

Skally, John, curate of Newent, 88

Skelding:
-, Simon, 288
-, family, 288

Skelton, Margaret, 248

Skenfrith, Wal., chaplain of Bromesberrow, 119

Skidmore, Francis, 196

Skinner:
-, John, curate of Pauntley, 300
-, Steph. (d. 1674), 37, 64, 66
-, Steph. (fl. 1705, s. of last), 24, 87
-, Wm. (d. 1647), 163
-, Wm., 119
-, family, 19, 24, 37, 64–5, 304

Skipp:
-, Jane, m. George Pritchard, 144
-, John, 144

Slowe, as a surname, 30

Smallman, Geo., 222

Smith:
-, as a surname, 242
-, David, 121
-, Eleanor, w. of Ric. and formerly of Roland Wrenford, 107
-, F., 328
-, G.H., 67
-, Sir Geo., Bt, see Pauncefote
-, J.M., 47
-, Jerome, 327
-, John (fl. 1390), prior of Newent, 39
-, John (fl. 1507–15), vicar of Preston, 315
-, John (fl. 1851), 335
-, M.J., 47
-, R., 298
-, Ric., 107
-, Rob., see Pauncefote
-, Selwyn, 330
-, Thos., vicar of Longhope, 194, 251–2

Sneedham, see Upton St Leonards

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 278

Society of Mines Royal and Mineral and Battery Works, 335

Solers
-, Ingram de (Ingram of Carswalls), 44–5
-, John de, 287
-, Parnel, w. of Randal de, 44
-, Randal de, 44
-, Ric. de (fl. late 12th cent.), 287
-, Ric. de (grds. of last), 268, 287
-, Rog. de, 45, 268
-, Thos. de, 287
-, Wal. de (fl. 1208), 287, 298
-, Wal. de (fl. 1248, ? another), 287
-, Wm. de, 268, 287, 298

solicitors, 20, 50, 69, 243, 246, see also attorneys

Somers, Earl, see Cocks, John Somers

Somers, Lord, see Cocks, Phil. Reg.

Somerset:
-, Ann (d. 1764), 288, 296
-, Anne, w. of Edw.(d. 1709), m. 2 John Paston, 287, 296
-, Carolina, m. Ric. Brickenden, 287–8
-, Chas., 287
-, Clare, m. John Southcote, 287–8
-, Edw. (d. 1628), earl of Worcester, 287
-, Edw. (d. 1709), 287, 289, 296, 298
-, Frances, m. Hen. Scudamore, 287–8
-, Hen. (fl. 1632, s. of Edw. d. 1628), 287, 300
-, Hen. (fl. 1694, s. of Sir John), 287, 296
-, Hen. (fl. 1773), duke of Beaufort, 288
-, Henrietta Maria, m. John Frederick, 288
-, Jane, m. Jas.Hooper, 287
-, Sir John, 3, 287, 296
-, family, 3, 296, 289, 298, 300

Somerset, see Mendip coalfield

Somervill, Peter de, 180

sorcery, 194

Southcote:
-, Clare, see Somerset
-, John, 288

Southern, Wm., see Southorle, Wm.

Southorle:
-, John of, 51
-, Rog. of, 51
-, Wm. (? same as Wm. Southern), 51

South-West Gas Board, 75

Spicer, John, 76, 274–5

Squire, Rob., vicar of Kempley, 217, 220

Sri Lanka, 190

St Aubyn:
-, Blanche, see Whittington
-, John, 287

St Florent abbey (Maine-et-Loire), 250

St Léger, Emme de, m. 1 Hugh de Longchamp, 2 Wal. de Baskerville, 203, 217

Stackhouse, Chas., 205

Stafford:
-, Humph., earl of Devon, 328
-, Isabel, see Barre

Staffordshire, 246; see also Chartley

stagecoach services, see Newent

Stallard:
-, John, 143
-, Malcolm, 143

Stallard Bros., poultry and egg producers, 60

Stalling:
-, John of, 52
-, Rob. of (one or more), 52, 85

Standish, Colethrop, named as an address, 241

Stanley:
-, Eliz., see Grey
-, Sir Edw., Lord Mounteagle, 203
-, Wal., rector of Taynton, 342

Stanton, 140

Stardens, Nic. of, 53

Staunton (formerly Worcs.), 6, 115, 145

Staunton-on-Wye (Herefs), 342

Stelfox, John Leather, 50, 54, 289

Stephens:
-, Duncan Thompson, 245
-, John, 245
-, W.H., 161

Steventon, Wm., 233

Stock:
-, Chris., rector of Bromesberrow, 120
-, Eliz., w. of Chris., 120
-, John (fl. 1601), rector of Bromesberrow, 120
-, John (fl. 1733), 121
-, Jos., 121
-, family, 111

stocks, 113, 158, 189, 336

Stoke, East (Notts.), named as an address, 45

Stoke Edith (Herefs.), 39, 276
-, named as an address, 40, 76, 264

Stokes, John, 283, 288–9, 291, 295–6, 300

Stone:
-, Eliz., 106
-, Guy (d. 1743), 106
-, Revd Guy (d. 1779), 106
-, Guy (d. 1862), 106
-, Joan, 119
-, John (d. 1578), 106
-, John (d. 1632), 106
-, John (d. 1633), 106
-, John (d. 1695), 106
-, John (d. 1742), 106
-, Mary (d. 1767), m. Revd Giles Nanfan, 106
-, Ric., 118
-, Rog., 106
-, Sam. (d. 1758), 106
-, Sam. (d. 1825), 106
-, Sam. (d. 1921), 106
-, Thos. (d. 1546), 106
-, Thos. (d. c.1658), 106
-, Thos. (d. 1693), 106
-, Wm. (fl. 1475), 106
-, Wm. (d. 1683), 106
-, Wm. (d. by 1702), rector of Eastnor, 116
-, family, 115

Stonehouse, 235

Story:
-, Edm., 162
-, Miss, 165

Stour valley (Worcs.), 274–5

Stourbridge (Worcs.), 104
-, named as an address, 287

Stowell, named as an address, 46, 328

Stranke:
-, Hen., 267
-, Martha, see Hill

Stratford:
-, Ferdinando, architect, 105
-, Ferdinando, rector of Taynton, 343
-, John, 139

Stratford-upon-Avon (Warws.), named as an address, 106

Street, A.J., curate at Kempley, 214–15, 220

Stretton Grandison (Herefs.), 125–6
-, Whitwick, named as an address, 289

Stroud, 66
-, named as an address, 45, 53
-, Over Lypiatt, named as an address, 299

Stuart:
-, Rob. Fielding, 145
-, Wm. Hen., 145

Studland (Dorset), 119

Studley priory (Warws.), 331

Suckley:
-, Anne, w. of Edw., 48
-, Edw., 48–9
-, Jeffrey, 48–9
-, Peter, 49
-, Roland, 49

Sugwas (Herefs.), named as an address, 200

Sunninghill (Berks.), named as an address, 329

surgeons, 69, 182, 189

Surrey, see Byfleet; Epsom

Sussex, 138; see Billinghurst

Swansea, named as an address, 306

Swift, Hezekiah, 63

Sykes:
-, Mary, see Cam
-, Nic., 146

Sylvester, John, 168

Symonds:
-, Alex., 296
-, Eliz., see Weale
-, Jas. Fred., 146
-, Jonas, 286–7, 289, 296
-, Jos., vicar of Dymock, 168
-, Mary (d. 1846), m. —— Cummins, 289
-, Mary (d. 1859), see Beale
-, Mary (d. 1903), m. —— Tennant, 268
-, Rob. (fl. 1746), 144
-, Rob. (fl. 1750), vicar of Preston, 316
-, Thos., 296
-, Wm., 145–6
-, family, 268

T.

Talbot:
-, Ankaret (d. 1421), 234
-, Ankaret, w. of Ric. (d. 1396), m. 2 Thos. Neville, Lord Furnivale, 234
-, Cath., w. of John (d. 1473), 234
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Grey, Lord Grey and earl of Kent, 234
-, Gilbert (d. 1274), 233
-, Gilbert (d. 1346), Lord Talbot, 234
-, Gilbert (d. 1387), Lord Talbot, 181, 234
-, Gilbert (d. 1418), Lord Talbot, 234
-, Gilbert (d. 1616), earl of Shrewsbury, 234
-, John (fl. 1442), earl of Shrewsbury, 234
-, John (d. 1473), earl of Shrewsbury, 234
-, Ric. (d. 1306), 234
-, Ric. (d. 1356), Lord Talbot, 181, 234
-, Ric. (d. 1396), Lord Talbot, 234
-, Sarah, 245
-, family, 3, 102, 189, 233, 245

Tandy, Hen., 210

tanning, 62, 66, 154, 187
-, tanneries, 228, 232–3, 242, 273

Tarlton, in Rodmarton and Coates, 107

Tarrington (Herefs.), 119
-, named as an address, 103

Tawney family, 128

Taylor:
-, Edw., 87, 92
-, John, curate of Oxenhall, 280
-, Ric., rector of Huntley, 194
-, Wm., 64
-, see also Craddock

Taynton, 1–3, 5, 8, 11, 34, 41, 46, 55, 181, 192, 276, 317–46
-, advowson, 342
-, agriculture, 331–4
-, boundaries, 317
-, Byfords, 322–4 (323), 329, 332
-, Castle Hill wood, 318–19, 322, 326, 329, 334
-, chantries, 342
-, chapels:
-,-, hermitage, 322, 331, 342
-,-, nonconformist, see Taynton, Glasshouse hill
-, charities, 321, 336, 339–40
-, churches, 84, 331, 341–6
-,-, medieval, 317, 320, 322–3,
-,-, mid 17th-cent., 317, 320, 323, 334, 342–5 (345)
-,-, see also Taynton, Glasshouse hill
-, church house (later parish house), 320, 340
-, Civil War incident, 317, 320, 343
-, clubs and associations, 341
-, commons, 319
-, courts, 336
-, Cravenhill (Gravenhull), 319, 321, 326, 329, 331, 334
-, divisions, 317–18
-, domestic architecture, 322–5
-, earthworks, 319–20, 322, 326
-, farms, 332–4
-, fields, 332
-, Glasshouse, 8, 322, 324
-, Glasshouse hill, 317–19, 322, 334–5, 337–8, 340, 344
-,-, mission church, 322, 344, 346
-,-, nonconformist chapels, 322, 344
-, Gravenhull, see Taynton, Cravenhill
-, Great Taynton, 320, 323, 328, 332, 334, 337–8
-,-, manor, 46, 317, 319, 322, 326–7, 329, 331–2
-, Grove, the, 319–20, 323, 325–7, 329–30, 332–3, 338–9
-, Hownhall, 319, 322, 329, 332, 335
-, Hownhall Farm, 320, 323–325, 330, 332–3
-, inclosure, 333
-, inns, 341
-, Kilpeck's tithing, 321, 331, 332, 341–2
-, Little Taynton, 317–18, 320, 322, 331, 337
-,-, manor, 46, 317, 323, 326–9, 331–2
-, manors, 326–8; see also Taynton, Great Taynton and Little Taynton; manor of Tibberton, Taynton, and Bulley under Bulley
-, manor house, see Taynton, Taynton Court
-, meeting places, 340–1
-, mills, 334–5
-, named as an address, 43
-, nonconformity, 343–4, 346; see also Taynton, Glasshouse hill
-, Norman's Farm, 317, 321, 330, 333
-, parish house, see Taynton, church house
-, parish officers, 336–7
-, park, 319
-, poor relief, 336–7
-, poorhouse, 336
-, population, 319
-, pound, 336
-, rectors, 342–4, 346; see Bagshawe, Alfred Drake; Blundell, Geo.; Foster, K.B.; Hall, Geo. Wm.; Jeune, Francis; Luxmoore, John; Newton, Benj.; Stratford, Ferdinando; Shelton, Norman
-, rectory, 341
-, rectory houses, 320, 342–4
-, reading room, 340
-, roads, 319
-, schools, 339–340, 344
-, settlement, 319–22
-, social structure, 337–8
-, societies, 341
-, Taynton Court, 317, 321–3, 325, 328, 331, 333
-, Taynton House, 319, 322–5 (324), 329–32, 338–9, 344
-, tithes, 331, 332, 342; see also Taynton, Kilpeck's tithing
-, trades and industry, 334–6
-, war memorials, 341
-, woodland, 62, 181, 186, 318–19; see also Taynton, Castle Hill wood
-, woodland management, 334
-, workhouse, 188, 321, 325, 336–9 (337)
-, see also Gander's green; Kent's Green; Winford bridge

Teds wood (Tedeswode), 10, 38, 124, 201

Teignmouth, Lord, see Shore, Chas. John and John

Tempest:
-, Sir Hen., Bt, 144, 148
-, Susan, see Lambert

Tennant:
-, Edm. Wm., 268
-, Mary, see Symonds

Terrett:
-, John, 50, 144
-, Mary, w. of John, m. 2 Jos. Harris, 50, 144

Terry, Geo., 154

Teulon, S.S., 4, 180–1, 193, 195

Tewkesbury:
-, bellfounder, 120
-, monks of, 299, 315
-, named as an address, 44, 51, 148
-, roads to, 12, 125

Thackwell:
-, E.J., 152
-, John (d. 1808), 147
-, John (d. 1829), 147, 160, 162–4
-, John (d. 1914), 147
-, John Cam., 147
-, John Hen. Cam, 147
-, Jos., 129, 147
-, W.P., 297
-, family, 3, 137, 162, 172, 297

The Imitation of Christ, 300

Thomas, chaplain at Pauntley, 299

Thomas:
-, Edw., 167
-, John Rhys, 306, 310
-, Mic., 306
-, family, 306

Thompson:
-, Abraham, 148
-, Hen. (one or more of name), 50–1, 53
-, Mary, 245

Thompson, Hen., & Co., cider and perry makers, 59

Thorkell (fl. 1066), 265

Three Choirs Vineyard, see vineyards

Throckmorton:
-, Sir Clement, 267
-, Margaret, see Whittington
-, Thos. (fl. 1546), 287
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1608), 329, 334
-, Sir Wm., Bt, 329

Thurston:
-, Cornelius, 80
-, Jas., 156
-, family, 162

Tibberton, Nic. of, vicar of Longhope, 251

Tibberton, 11, 55, 176, 275, 319, 335–7, 340–2, 346
-, manor of Tibberton, Taynton, and Bulley, see Bulley
-, Tibberton Court estate, 326, 329
-, see also Winford bridge

Tilley, W.J., London firm of, 75

Tilsley:
-, John, 334
-, family, 334–5

Tirley, 299
-, Rye manor, 137

Todenham:
-, Cath., w. of Rob., 138
-, John, 138

Tomlinson, K.M., 84

Toney:
-, Hen., 107
-, John, 107
-, Ric., 107
-, Rob. (fl. 1424), 107
-, Rob. (fl. 1487), 107
-, family, 107
-, see also Tony

Tonge, Ric., 265

Tony:
-, Alice, dau. of Ralph de, 103
-, (Tosny), Ralph de, 103, 118
-, Ralph de (d. c.1126, s. of last), 103
-, Rob. de, 103
-, Rog. de, 118
-, family, 102
-, see also Toney

Tortworth, named as an address, 329

Towton, battle of, 265

Tracy:
-, Frances, see Wrenford
-, Sir Ric., 118
-, Thos., 107

trade unionism, agricultural, 166, 341

tramroads, 126, 257

Trew, Harold, 325

Trigge, Wm., vicar of Longhope, 251

Trouncell, Thos., 64

tumbrel, 336

Turberville, Geo., rector of Bromesberrow, 121

Turner, Laurence, 222

turnpike roads, 11–12, 98, 125, 131, 160, 176, 198, 225, 257, 303

Twinning, Thos., curate of Pauntley, 299

Twyning, named as an address, 48

U.

Ulfeg, see Wulfheah

Underwood:
-, Jas. 172
-, Thos., 321

Unett:
-, Jane, see Wenman
-, Ric., 140

United Brethren, 172

Unwin, Thos., rector of Huntley, 191, 194

Upleadon, 8–10, 12, 31–2, 55, 64, 118, 256, 275, 278, 280, 282, 298, 301
-, curacy, 280, 300
-, forge, 275
-, named as an address, 50
-, school, 297
-, Upleadon Court, 301 n

Upton Bishop (Herefs.), 10, 197–8, 205, 208, 275
-, Crow Hill, 12
-, Fishpool, 196, 201, 211, 222
-,-, nononformity, 220–1
-, named as an address, 205
-, Teds wood, 197

Upton St Leonards, Sneedham, named as an address, 334

Upton upon Severn (Worcs.), named as an address, 145, 268

V.

Vaughan:
-, Nat., 241, 252
-, Thos., 138

Veale:
-, John, 342
-, Thos., 343
-, family, 342–3

Venn:
-, Geo., vicar of Sherborne, later of Longhope, 250, 252
-, Jos., 250

Verdun:
-, John, 328
-, Margaret, see Knovill
-, Thos., 328

Villiers, Geo., earl of Buckingham, 327

Viner Bradford, Mrs A., 330.

Viney:
-, Revd Jas. (d. 1767), 328
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1841), 328
-, John, 323, 328
-, Mary (d. 1760), w. of Wm., 328
-, Mary, see Westerdale
-, Wm., 328

vineyards, 108, 110, 259, 272, 333
-, Three Choirs, 61, 81, 292

Visme:
-, Eliz. de, see Bearcroft
-, Jas. de, 40–2, 48, 54
-, Revd Jas. Edw. de, 41, 48
-, family, 64

Vobes, Wm., 312

W.

Wake:
-, Alice, w. of Thos., 138
-, Thos., 138

Wakeman:
-, Frances, see Higford
-, Hen., 289
-, (or Worcester), Hen., vicar of Preston and curate of Dymock, 170, 315
-, John, 327
-, Margaret, m. Chas. Welch, 289
-, Winifred, 289

Wales:
-, cattle drovers from, 11, 79
-, chief justice, 138
-, coalfields, 98
-, roads to, 2, 12, 187–8, 225
-, see also Marches of Wales

Walford:
-, Hugh of, 119, 120
-, Margaret, m. John Nanfan, 106

Walker:
-, S.J.S., 145
-, Wm., 111

Wall:
-, Cath., m. Rice Yate, 155
-, Dorothy, m. Thos. Jauncey, 289
-, Thos. (fl. 1522), 289, 295
-, Thos. (d. 1665), 144, 155, 161
-, Wm. (fl. 1542), 50
-, Wm. (fl. 1640), 50. 144
-, Wm. (d. 1717), 50, 144, 161, 163, 289
-, Wm. (fl. 1727), 144

Waller, F.W., 317

Waller & Son, 93, 122, 147, 172

Waller, Son, & Wood, 134, 317

Wallys family, 27

Walrond:
-, Isabel, see Kilpeck
-, Joan, granddaughter of Wm., m. Bevis
-, de Knovill, 327
-, Rob., 327
-, Wm., 327

Walter, chaplain of Bromesberrow, 119

Walwyn:
-, Agnes, 206
-, Ric. (d. by 1494), 206
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1572), 206
-, Rog., 206, 211
-, Thos. (d. 1415), 206
-, Thos. (fl. ante 1530) 208
-, Thos. (fl. 1579–1601), 206, 211
-, family, 200

Ward:
-, Ric. le, 42
-, Ric., vicar of Newent, 87

Waring:
-, Mary, see Humphreys
-, Wm. Ball, 148

Warjohn, Ric., 80

Warne:
-, Thos. (fl. 1737), 93
-, Thos. (fl. 1805), 89

Warneford, Revd S.W., 279

Warr:
-, Ann, w. of John, 268
-, John, 269
-, Margaret, m. — Phillips, 269
-, Margery, m. — Wood, 269
-, Mary, m. — Mayo, 269
-, Wm., 280

warrener, 283, 290

Warwick, countess of, see Longespée, Ela

Warwick, earls of, see Beauchamp, Guy de, Ric. de, and Thos. de

Warwickshire, see Birmingham; Edgbaston; Sherbourne; Stratford-uponAvon; Studley priory

Waterton:
-, Beatrice, see Burley
-, Hugh (fl. 1393), 328
-, Hugh (d. 1409, ? another), 103

Wateville:
-, Maud de, 320, 326, 341
-, family, 326 n

Watkins family, 205

Waudby-Griffin, Beatrice, m. A.R. Rowden, 104, 106, 122

Weale:
-, Decimus (fl. 1721), 144
-, Decimus (s. of last), 144
-, Eliz., m. Robert Symonds, 144
-, John (fl. 1721), 144
-, John (fl. 1727), 154
-, Jos., 116
-, Rachael, m. Matthew Kidder, 144
-, Rachael, see Benson, 144
-, Thos., 241
-, Wm., 163
-, family, 130, 144, 160

Webb:
-, Elias, 106
-, John, 106
-, John Elias Nanfan, 106, 115
-, Thos. (fl. 1709), 118
-, Thos. (fl. later 18th cent.), 106
-, Thos. Townsend, 106

Wedderburn, Lady, Prize Fund, 340

Welch:
-, Anne, w. of Chas. (d. by 1838), 290
-, Chas. (fl. 1784), 289
-, Chas. (d. by 1838, s. of last), 290
-, Margaret, see Wakeman
-, Wm., 241

Weller, Archibald, 266

Wellin, ? Wm., 90

Wellington (Salop.), Dothill, named as an address, 233

Wells, Randall A., 4, 221–2

Wenman:
-, Jane, m. John Wynniatt, 140
-, Jane (or Joan), w. of Thos., m. 2 Thos. Fisher, 3 Ric. Unett, 139–41
-, Ric., 140
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1544), 139
-, Thos. (d. 1582), 139, 141

Weobley, barony or honor of, 203

West Indies, see Indies, West

Westbury-on-Severn, 176, 236, 346
-, Elton, 340
-, estates and farms, 2, 13, 38, 193, 268
-, Grange Court railway station, road to, 176
-, named as an address, 51, 278
-, Upper and Lower Ley, 176, 184

Westbury-on-Severn poor-law union, 6, 188, 244

Westbury hundred, 2

Westerdale:
-, Chris. (d. 1581), 328
-, Chris. (d. 1655), 328, 336, 338
-, Hen., 323, 328, 338
-, Joan, see Heylond
-, John, 45
-, Mary, m. John Viney, 328
-, family, 338

Weston under Penyard (Herefs.), 90
-, named as an address, 43

Weston, Sir Simon, 327

Wetherlock:
-, Hen., 260
-, family, 277

Whatmough, Abraham, 220 and n, 280

Wheeler, Ric., vicar of Preston, 315

Whitaker, Gertrude, 41

Whitcott, Wm., curate of Pauntley, 299

White:
-, Giles, 182
-, John, 171
-, Jos., 187, 189
-, Revd Jos., 84, 165
-, Wm., 82
-, family, 108, 182

Whitefield:
-, Constance, w. of Wm. de, m. 2 Steph. de Casynton, 103
-, Geo., 280
-, Wm. de, 103, 114

Whiteleaved Oak, see Berrow

Whiting, Thos., vicar of Dymock, 170

Whittaker:
-, Abraham, 146
-, Ann, see Cam

Whittington:
-, Alice, 287
-, Ann, see Payne
-, Anne, m. Brian Berkeley, 287
-, Blanche, m. John St Aubyn, 287
-, Eliz., m. Sir Giles Poole, 287
-, Eliz. (d. 1753), see Pury
-, Guy, 269, 283, 287, 295, 299
-, Guy, rector of Bromesberrow, 119
-, Joan (fl. 1358), 287
-, Joan, m. Rog. Bodenham, 287
-, John, 103, 287, 290, 295, 329
-, Margaret, m. Thos. Hooke, 269
-, Margaret, m. Thos. Throckmorton, 287
-, Ric., 281, 295, 301
-, Rob., 287, 295
-, Revd Sam., 343
-, Thos. (d. 1491), 299
-, Thos. (d. 1546), 287, 299, 329
-, Wm. of (fl. 1327–30), 287, 295
-, Wm. (d. 1358), 287, 295
-, Wm. (fl. 1377), 287
-, Wm. (d. 1470), 287
-, Wm. (fl. 1522), 103, 108, 114, 118–19
-, family, 3, 283–4, 286, 295, 299, 322, 334

Wiga (fl. 1066), 287

Wightfield, see Deerhurst

Wigmore (Herefs.), 21 n

Wihanoc, lord of Monmouth, 180, 233, 255

Wilden (Worcs.):
-, ironworks, 274
-, named as an address, 274

Wildsmith & Son, builders, 21

Wilkins, John, 51

William I, 38, 181, 250

William II, 203

William 'de monasterio', 167

William le Waleys, 285

William son of Baderon, 174, 180, 183, 233, 236

William son of Norman, 327

William the smith, 160

Willoughby-Osborne, Emma, 290; see also Osborne

Wills:
-, John (fl. mid 16th cent.), 133
-, John (fl. mid 17th cent.), 145
-, family, 129, 145, 160; see also Wilse

Wilmot:
-, Alex., 39
-, Christian, 39
-, Edw. (d. 1558), 39
-, Edw. (fl. 1567), 39

Wilse John, vicar of Newent, 87

Wilson, Grindal, vicar of Dymock, 171

Wilton:
-, John of, 147
-, John (d. 1560), 147
-, Thos. (fl. 1522), 147
-, Thos. (fl. 1560), 147
-, family, 130, 147, 160

Wilton, see Bridstow

Wiltshire, earl of, see Butler, Jas.

Wiltshire, see Bradford-on-Avon; Corsham; Poole Keynes; see also Damerham

windmills, 155, 242

Winford bridge, in Taynton and Tibberton, 319–20, 337, 340

Winter:
-, Sir Edw., 20, 39, 266, 269, 274, 293
-, Giles, 148
-, Hester, m. John Devall, 148
-, Sir John, 3, 39, 57, 62, 76, 139, 274, 289
-, Margaret, 148
-, Rob., 148, 161, 163
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1589), 39, 148
-, Wm. (d. 1626), 85, 148
-, Wm. (d. 1667), 148
-, Wm. (fl. 1696, s. of last), 148, 167
-, Wm. (fl. 1659, s. of Sir John), 39
-, family, 3, 40–1, 52, 57, 64, 76, 127, 161, 171, 266

Winterbotham, Lindsey, 53

Wintle:
-, A., 328
-, Thos. (1729), 191

witchcraft, see sorcery

Withington, Little (or Cassey) Compton, 203

Witley, Great (Worcs.), named as an address, 39

Witney (Oxon), named as an address, 39

Wodley:
-, John, 107
-, Wm., 107

Wood:
-, Chas., 312
-, Geo., 293
-, Revd John (d. 1640), 171
-, John (d. by 1684), 214
-, John (fl. 1800), 28, 311–12, 316
-, Margery, see Warr
-, Martha, 293
-, Peter, rector of Newent, 88
-, Ric., rector of Taynton, 343
-, Rob., 235
-, Thos., 269
-, Wal. B., 182
-, family, 260, 277

woodland crafts, see Huntley; Longhope; Newent; Oxenhall

Woodland Improvement Ltd, 186

Woodward:
-, Acton (fl. 1686–1714), 69
-, Acton (d. 1718, s. of last), 69
-, Chris. (d. 1656 or 1657), 51–2
-, Chris. (d. 1699), 51–2, 87
-, Chris. (d. 1710), 51n
-, Chris. (d. 1731), 51
-, Eliz., m. Edward Chinn, 51
-, Hen., 190
-, Thos. (d. 1623), 42, 51
-, Thos. (s. of last), 51
-, Thos. (fl. 1717), 51
-, family, 32–3, 62, 77, 200

Woolhope (Herefs.), named as an address, 140

Worcester, Hen., see Wakeman

Worcester, earls of, see Beauchamp, Ric. de; Somerset, Edw.

Worcester, 51, 66, 170, 236, 269
-, archdeacon, 88
-, dean, 88
-, MP for, 144
-, named as an address, 51, 144, 161, 205, 306, 315
-, road to, 98

Worcestershire, 1–2, 6, 74, 86, 95, 281
-, county council, 283
-, see Abberley; Bengeworth; Berrow; Bewdley; Birtsmorton; Bushley; Castlemorton; Claines; Cookhill priory; Evesham; Grafton; Hanley Castle; Kidderminster; Leigh; Lench, Sheriff's; Madresfield; Malvern; Morton, Abbots; Norton; Ombersley; Pendock; Pershore; Pirton; Powick; Redditch; Rushock; Stour valley; Stourbridge; Upton upon Severn; Wilden; Witley, Great; see also Beckford; Redmarley D'Abitot; Staunton

workhouses, see Bromesberrow; Dymock; Ledbury; Longhope; Newent; Taynton

Wormsley priory (Herefs.), 148

Worrall:
-, John, 205, 214–15
-, Mary, mother of John, 215
-, see also Rideout

Worsley, John, 267

Wotton, Joan, charity, 214, 215

Wren, Sir Chris., 87, 92

Wrenford;
-, Frances, m. Thos. Tracy, 107
-, Ric., 107
-, Roland, 107
-, Thos., 107

Wright, Dr and Mrs P.H., 268

Wulfgar (fl. 1066), 327

Wulfheah (Ulfeg) (fl. 1066), 233

Wulfhelm (fl. 1066), 44, 287

Wyman:
-, Eliz., m. 1 — Ashley, 2 Thos. Hartland, 191
-, John, 191

Wynniatt:
-, Caroline, w. of Reg. (d. 1881), m. 2 Horace Drummond Deane, 140
-, Harriett, m. Henry Mildmay Husey, 140
-, Jane, see Wenman
-, Jas. John, 133, 140, 145
-, John (fl. 1522–31), 140, 150, 155, 160
-, John (fl. 1522, another), 133
-, John (d. 1670), 140–1, 151, 155, 161
-, John Wenman, 145
-, Penelope, w. of Wenman (d. 1731), 140
-, Reg. (d. 1762), 140
-, Revd Reg. (d. 1819), 140–1
-, Reg. (d. 1881), 140, 145
-, Thos. (two of the name fl.1539), 133
-, Thos. (fl. 1649), 155
-, Thos. (d. 1830), 140
-, Wenman (d. 1676), 140
-, Wenman (d. 1731), 140
-, family, 3, 137, 150, 161–2, 170–1

Wynn-Lloyd, W., rector of Bromesberrow, 122

Wyville:
-, Cath., w. of Hen., 334
-, Hen., 334

Y.

Yannes (James), John, rector of Taynton, 342

Yarkhill (Herefs.), 206

Yartleton (Yartledon), see May hill

Yartleton woods, see Newent, Newent woods

Yate:
-, Anne, m. —— Foote, 116
-, Arethusa, 235
-, Cath. (d. 1711), 104, 116
-, Cath., see Wall
-, Chas. (d. 1730), 234–5
-, Chas., of Arlingham, 103–4
-, Frances, 235
-, Hen. Gorges Dobyns, rector of Bromesberrow, 115–16, 118, 120, 164
-, Henrietta, 235
-, John (d. 1749), 103, 115
-, John (d. 1758), 102–5
-, Mary, 235
-, Nourse, 229, 234, 241, 245, 247, 250, 252
-, Priscilla (d. 1720), 234
-, Priscilla, m. Lancelot Bromwich, 235, 250
-, Ric., 103
-, Rice, 99–100, 105, 107, 113, 115, 120, 143, 155
-, (formerly Dobyns, Rob.), Rob. Dobyns, 104
-, Rob. Gorges Dobyns, 104, 113, 115, 120
-, Wal., 103, 105, 115–16, 118, 120, 143
-, Wal. Honywood, 104, 111, 115, 118, 143
-, Wm. (fl. 1661), 241
-, Wm., vicar of Longhope, 252
-, family, 3, 103, 115, 131, 150–1, 227, 252

Ysett, see Isett

York, archbishop of, see Ealdred

York, duke of, see Edward

Yorkshire, East Riding, see Kingston upon Hull

Young, Freeman, 48

Younghusband, F.C.R.R., 43