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INDEX

Note: An italic page-number denotes an illustration on that page or facing it.

A.

Abberton (Worcs.), 198

Ablington (in Bibury), 1, 20–1, 23–4, 27, 32, 40–4, 150
-, agric., 32–5
-, ct., 23, 34, 38
-, dom. archit., 25–6
-, ind., 36
-, man., 28–30, 32, 34, 36, 41
-, man. ho., 25, 29–30
-, mills, 26, 33, 35–6
-, tithing, 37–8
-, trades, 36–7

Absalom, Wm. (? or Absalom Clark), 30

Acton:
-, John of (d. 1312), 30, 212
-, John of (fl. 1322, s. of preceding), 30, 212
-, John of (d. c. 1362 ? same as preced- ing), 212

Acton, Iron, 212

Addington:
-, Hen., Vct. Sidmouth, 167
-, Marianne, see Scott

Adelaide, queen of Wm. IV, 207

agricultural engineers, 37, 51

agricultural machinery, manufacture of, 79, 116

agricultural merchants, 59, 116, 134

Ainge:
-, John, 109
-, Ric. (d. 1730), 109, 120
-, Ric. (d. 1778), 109, 116
-, fam., 116

airfields, see Bibury; Chedworth; Kempsford; Rendcomb; Southrop

Aisgill, Hen., 131

Akeman Street, 3, 23, 45, 55, 61–2, 122

Albert, Geo., rector of Quenington, 127

Aldbourn (Wilts.), 120

Alderley, 148

Aldred, under-king of the Hwicce, 46, 166

Aldridge, Ric., 125

Aldsworth, 1, 3, 5–13, 30, 32–3, 37, 39, 51
-, adv., 11
-, agric., 5, 8–10, 101
-, ch., 5–6, 8, 11–13, 38–9, 141
-, ch. ho., 6, 11
-, ct., 10–11
-, curates, 10–12
-, dom. archit., 6
-, farms, 10
-, fields, 9–10
-, glebe ho., 6, 12
-, Green Fm., 6–8
-, inc., 8–10
-, inns, 7
-, man., 7–10
-, nonconf., 13
-, perpetual curacy, 11–12
-, poor-relief, 11
-, pop., 6
-, race-course, 5, 9, 62
-, rectory, 6, 8, 10–12
-, roads, 5, 62
-, sch., 6, 13
-, tithes, 7–8, 10–12, 38
-, trades, 10–11
-, Wall Fm., 6–7, 9, 11, 32

Aldwin (fl. 1066), 63

Aldworth, Nat., vicar of Chedworth, 173

Aldwyn, Ant., rector of Quenington, 127

Alexander, Wm., rector of Colesbourne, 191

Alfeah (fl. 852), 152

Algar, Brictric son of, see Brictric

Alhuun, bp. of Worcester, 28

Allen:
-, Hen., rector of Quenington, 127
-, Sidney, 195, 198
-, Thos. Dawson, rector of North Cerney, 161

Allfrey, Mrs. (d. 1911), 123

Aluric (fl. 11th cent.), 220

Aluuold (fl. 1066), 123

America, emigration to, 172; and see Massachusetts

Ampney, Down, 30

Ampney Crucis, 21, 41, 43, 95

Ampney St. Mary, 43

Ampney St. Peter, 9–10, 43, 49, 52

Anderson, Rob., 116

Andrew, Rob., 223

Andrews:
-, Ric., 7, 204
-, Rob., 48

Anne, Thos., rector of Hatherop, 94

Anneford:
-, Ric. de (fl. 1303), 169
-, Ric. de (fl. 1346), 169

Anschitel (fl. 1086), 185 n

Antwerp:
-, Lionel of, earl of Ulster and duke of Clarence, 143, 146
-, Philippe, dau. of Lionel of, m. Edm. Mortimer, 143

Appleby:
-, John of, 46–7
-, Marg. of, see Haudlo

Appleton, Wm. of, rector of Rendcomb, 226

Archer:
-, Alice, w. of Nic., 30
-, Alice, w. of Rob., see Stoke
-, Benj., 36
-, Nic.,
-, 30 Nic., (fl. 1305, s. of preceding), 30
-, Rob., 30
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Field, 36

Archibald, Wm., 222

architects, see Barnsley, Sidney, Brandon; Briggs; Burges; Clarke, G. Somers and J.R.; Clutton; Dawber; Derrick; Gambier Parry; Gibbs, Jas.; Gimson; Hardwick; Harrison; Hartshorne; Hollingsworth; Jewson; Keck; Kempson; Lawson; Middleton; Nash, John; Niblett; Pace, Ric. (d. 1838); Pearson; Scott, Sir Gilb. Soane, Sir John; Street; Strong; Waller & Son

Arkell:
-, Hen., 197
-, Thos., 133
-, fam., 105

Arlingham, 43, 204

Arlington (in Bibury), 1, 21, 23–4, 27, 29, 32, 39–41, 80
-, agric., 32–5
-, ct., 38
-, dom. archit., 25
-, ind., 35–7
-, man., 27–8, 31–3, 35, 38–9
-, mills, 23, 25, 35–6, 43, 159
-, nonconf., 42–3
-, sch., 25, 43
-, tithing, 37–8
-, trades, 36–7

Armitage, Arthur, 202

Arnold, John, rector of Coberley, 182

Arundel, earls of, see FitzAlan, Edm.; Howard, Thos.

Arundell, Thos., 194

Ascelin, Ralph, see Leach

Ashburnam:
-, John, 229
-, Laura, see Berkeley

Ashley Cooper, Barbara, m. W.F.S. Ponsonby, Ld. de Mauley, 89, 95

Ashton Keynes (Wilts.), 80

Asplin, Wm., rector of Eastleach Martin, 60

Aston, Rob. of, 29

Aston Ingham (Herefs.), 209

Aston Somerville, 41

attorneys, 79, 116

Attwater:
-, Joan, see Mene
-, John Gay, 178
-, Thos., 186

Atwell, Jos., vicar of Fairford, 82

Atwood:
-, John, 168, 222
-, Ric. (fl. 1268), 168
-, Ric. (fl. 1315), 168
-, Wm., 214

Aubrey:
-, Thos., 31
-, Wm., 31

Audley:
-, Hugh de, earl of Gloucester, 63, 220
-, Marg. de, m. Ralph Stafford, earl of Stafford, 220
-, Marg., w. of Hugh de, see Clare

Avening, 161, 186

Ayers, J.G., & Sons, 146

B.

Backhouse:
-, Ann, see Townsend
-, D.M., 89

Badgeworth, 20, 140

Bagendon, 104, 150–2, 160, 227

Bagge, Ric., vicar of Bibury, 40

Baghot (Bagot):
-, Ric., 32
-, Thos., 195–6

Bagley, Hen., 105

Bagot, see Baghot

Baker:
-, John (fl. 1768), 56
-, John (s. of preceding), 56

Balchi (fl. 1066), 7

Baldwin (fl. 11th cent.), 63, 65

Baldwin:
-, John, vicar of Southrop, 135 (or Combe), fam., 211

Ballinger:
-, Chas., 170, 174
-, John, 170
-, fam., 170

Balthun (fl. early 9th cent.), 15, 185

Bampton (Oxon.), 95

Banbury (Oxon.), 86

Banner:
-, Hen., vicar of Coln St. Aldwyns and rector of Quenington, 53, 127
-, Wm., vicar of Coln St. Aldwyns, 53

Baptists, 42–3, 61, 68, 72, 83–4, 105, 120, 128, 149, 162, 183, 192, 199, 209–10, 218

Baring-Bingham, Wm., 193–4

Barker:
-, And., 69, 75, 79, 83, 86
-, Eliz., w. of And., 83
-, Eliz., dau. of Sam., 75
-, Esther, m. Jas. Lambe, 75, 77, 82
-, Mary, 83–4
-, Sam., 75, 82
-, fam., 4
-, and see Raymond-Barker

Barley:
-, Alice, 154
-, Isabel, 154
-, John, 154
-, Rog. of, 154

Barley man., see Calmsden

Barnard:
-, Edw. (fl. 1550), vicar of Coln St. Aldwyns, 53
-, Edw. (d. 1570, another), 204
-, Jerome, 47, 52, 127

Barnsley, Sidney, 214

Barnsley, 1, 3, 13–21, 27, 36–7
-, adv., 15, 19
-, agric., 17–18
-, Barnsley Pk. ho., 3, 14, 16, 28
-, char., 21
-, ch., 19–20, 38–9
-, ct., 18
-, dom. archit., 14, 45
-, farms, 18
-, fields, 17
-, inc., 17–19
-, inns, 14–15, 18
-, man. and est., 15–20, 25–6, 28, 31–2, 111, 185
-, man. ho., 13, 16, 112; and see Barnsley: Barnsley Pk. ho.
-, nonconf., 20
-, pk., 13–14, 16–18
-, poor-relief, 19
-, pop., 15
-, rectors, 18–20; and see Coxwell, Chas.; Howman
-, rectory, 19, 39
-, rectory ho., 14, 19–20
-, roads, 3, 14, 165
-, sch., 21
-, trades, 18

Barnwood, 203, 205, 208
-, Barnwood House Hosp., 178

Barrett:
-, Mary, 142
-, Wm., 142

Barrington:
-, Jane, see Guise
-, Shute, bp. of Salisbury, later bp. of Durham, 155, 158, 221, 224, 226

Barrington, Great, 11, 95

Barrington, Little, 11, 61

Bartholomew, Benedict, 111

Barton, Wal. of, 103

Baskerville:
-, Anne, see Vampage
-, Sir Thos., 186
-, Wal. de, 30

Basset (Bassett):
-, Arthur, 29
-, Ela, see Longespee
-, Phil., 167

Bath, Geo., rector of Hatherop, 94

Bath, marquess of, see Thynne, Thos. (d. 1796); Thynne, Thos. (d. 1837)

Bathurst:
-, Allen, Ld. Bathurst, 152–3
-, Allen Alex., Earl Bathurst, 152
-, Ann, m. John Greening, 112
-, Benj., 153
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1674), 111
-, Edw. (d. 1677), 111–12
-, Laur., 111, 113, 118–19
-, Mary, m. Geo. Coxeter, 112
-, Rob. (d. 1623), 111, 121
-, Rob. (d. 1627), 111
-, Rob. (d. 1692), 109
-, Susanna, w. of Laur., m. 2 Sir John Fettiplace, 3 Sir Thos. Cutler, 111–12
-, Susanna, m. Ric. Parsons, 120
-, fam., 156–8

Batten, Lauriston, 29

Battersby, Wm., 105

Baylis, fam., 207

Bayly:
-, John, 216
-, Wm., 216

Bazley:
-, Anne, w. of Ant. Gardner, m. 2 F.P. Howard, Ld. Howard, 89
-, Ant. Gardner, 89
-, Gardner Sebastian, 68, 89, 94
-, Ruth Evelyn, w. of Gardner Sebastian, m. 2 F.C. Cadogan, 90
-, Sir Thos. Sebastian, 62–3, 88–90, 125
-, Sir Thos. Stafford, 52, 65, 89–90, 94, 127

Beach:
-, Henrietta Maria, m. Mic. Hicks (later Hicks Beach), 48
-, Wm., 48
-, and see Hicks Beach

Beage (fl. early 8th cent.), 21, 27

Beak, Geo., 132

Beale Browne:
-, Ellen, see Coxwell Rogers
-, Geo. Edw., 29

Beauchamp:
-, Anne de, ctss. of Warwick (d. 1449), 75
-, Anne de (d. 1492), m. Ric. Neville, earl of Warwick, 75, 167
-, Cecily de, 167
-, Hen. de, earl and duke of Warwick, 74–5, 167
-, Isabel de, m. Patrick de Chaworth, 98, 168–9
-, Isabel, w. of Ric. de, see Despenser
-, Ric. de, earl of Warwick, 74
-, Ric. de, earl of Worcester, 74
-, Thos. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1369), 167
-, Thos. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1401), 167
-, Wm. de, earl of Warwick, 167–8

Beauchamp, Earl, see Lygon, Wm.

Beaufiz, fam., 64

Beaumont:
-, Alice de, 166
-, Ela de, see Longespee
-, Hen de, earl of Warwick (fl. 1088), 166
-, Hen. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1229), 166
-, Isabel, see Willington
-, Philippe de, w. of Hen., m. 2 Ric. Siward, 166–7
-, Rog. de, earl of Warwick, 166, 169, 223
-, Thos. de, earl of Warwick, 166
-, Waleran de, earl of Warwick, 166
-, Wm. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1184), 166, 169
-, Wm. (fl. 1396), 29

Beauvoir, Wm., 181

Becket:
-, Alice, 28
-, Ric., 28

Beckford:
-, Ric. of, 222, 226
-, Reynold of, 222, 226

Bedford, Eliz., 32

Bedfordshire, see Souldrop

Bedwell:
-, Clara, see Keble
-, Hen. (d. 1750), 65
-, Hen. (fl. 1772), 65
-, John Weeks, 95
-, Jos., 65
-, Martha, 65
-, Mary, see Keble
-, fam., 66

Beer, Edw., rector of Eastleach Martin, 60

Bellers:
-, Fettiplace, 47
-, Frances, see Fettiplace
-, John, 47

Bellew, John de, 113

bellfounders, see Bagley; Carter, Jos.; Gefferies; Gillet and Johnston; Hendley; Mears, C. & G., G., and T.; Mears and Stainbank; Neale, Edw.; Norton, Rob.; Purdue; Rudhall, Abel, Abraham, John, Thos., and fam.; Taylor, John; Warner; Wells, Jas.; White, John

Bellingham, John, curate of Aldsworth, 12

Benbow, Vernon, 104

Bendry, Thos., 57

Bennet (Bennett):
-, Edw. Leigh, vicar of Lechlade, 118, 120–1
-, Mat., 7
-, Thos. (fl. 1638), 7
-, Thos., s. of preceding, 7

Bere, John de la, rector of Colesbourne, 191

Beorhtwulf, king of the Mercians, 152, 185

Berkeley:
-, Alice, w. of Nic., m. 2 Wal. Helion, 176, 181
-, Alice, m. Geo. Whetenall, 229
-, Alice of, m. 1 Thos. Bridges, 2 John Browning, 176
-, Anne, m. John Brent, 229
-, Cath., 229
-, Edw., 229
-, Eleanor, 131, 155, 220–1, 227
-, Eliz., m. Sir Geo. Herbert, 229
-, Sir. Geo., 68
-, Giles of (d. by 1242), 176
-, Giles of (d. 1294), 176, 181–2 195
-, Hen., 223
-, Isabel, w. of John, 223
-, Isabel of, m. 1 Thos. of Rochford, 2 Wm. Walrond, 176
-, Jane, w. of Ric., 221 n
-, Jane, dau. of Rob., 227
-, Joan of, w. of Thos., m. 2 Wm. of Whittington, 176
-, John (d. 1428), 229
-, John (d. 1545), 223
-, John (fl. 1560), 229
-, Laura, m. John Ashburnam (and ? 2 John Daniel), 229
-, Marg. of, m. Nic. Matson, 176
-, Maurice of (d. 1347), 143, 203
-, Maurice (d. 1460), 229
-, Maurice (d. 1474), 229
-, Sir Maurice (fl. 1635), 221
-, Nic. of, 176, 181
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1604), 131, 168, 221–3
-, Ric. (d. 1661), 221, 223
-, Rob. of (d. by 1224), 176
-, Rob. (d. 1690), 223
-, Rog. of (fl. 1086), 176
-, Rog. of (fl. 1131), 181
-, Rog. of (d. 1170), 176
-, Rog. of (another), 176
-, Thos. of (fl. 1347), 143
-, Thos. (d. 1349, another), 229
-, Thos., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1361), 229, 231
-, Thos. of (d. c. 1365), 176, 182
-, Thos. of (d. 1405), 176
-, Thos. (d. 1500), 229
-, Wm. of (fl. 1170), 176
-, Wm. of (fl. 1188, ? another), 176, 181
-, Wm. (d. 1485), 229
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1551), 229
-, fam., 177

Berkshire, see Blewbury; Buscot; Challow; Eaton Hastings; Faring- don; Faringdon, Little; Kintbury; Reading; Shottesbrook; Shrivenham; Wallingford; Windsor

Besford (Worcs.), 186

Beshara Trust, 45

Best, Hen., 178

Beverstone, 48, 95, 229

Bibury, 1, 5, 21–44, 22, 113
-, Ablington, q.v.
-, adv., 39
-, agric., 23, 32–5
-, airfield, 23, 37
-, Arlington, q.v.
-, Bibury Oseney man., see Bibury: rectory
-, char., 26, 38, 41, 43–4
-, ch., 8, 11, 19, 24, 29, 38–44
-, ch. ho., 24, 38, 41
-, ct., 11, 18, 23, 26, 37–8, 225
-, dom. archit., 24–6
-, farms, 35, 125
-, fields, 33–4
-, inc., 34–5
-, ind., 35–7
-, inns, 24, 26
-, man., 15, 23, 27–33, 35, 37, 137, 222
-, man. ho., 24, 27–8, 40, 44
-, mills, 35–6
-, nonconf., 42–3
-, peculiar, 19, 32, 39–40
-, poor-relief, 38
-, pop., 24–6
-, sch., 43
-, rectory, 8, 11, 32, 39–40
-, rectory (Bibury Oseney) man., 1, 8–9, 11, 27–8, 32, 34, 37, 40
-, roads, 3, 23–4, 87
-, tithes, 28, 31–3, 35, 39–40
-, trades, 35–7
-, vicarage, 1, 19, 24, 39–40
-, vicarage ho., 24, 40
-, vicars, 20, 35, 39–42, 44; and see Coxwell, Chas.; Somerville, Wm.; Vannam, John
-, Winson, q.v.

Bibury hundred, 1, 37

Bicknell, Thos., 149

Biddle-Cope, Jas. Canby, 155

Bidfield, Wal., rector of Cranham, 208–9

Bidford, Adam of (or Adam the scribe), 64

Bidmead, Jas., 180

Bingham, see Baring-Bingham

Birch, Geo., 206

Birchall:
-, Adela, 204
-, Sir John, 204
-, John Dearman, 204
-, P.D., 204

Birdlip (in Brimpsfield and Cowley), 140–2, 146–7, 192–4, 197, 200–1
-, agric., 145, 195–6
-, ch., 149
-, inns, 141–2, 197
-, nonconf., 149
-, sch., 141, 149, 199
-, trades, 146, 197

Birmingham, 83, 179, 200

Bishop, Chas., rector of Elkstone, 217

Bisley, Thos. of, rector of Barnsley, 20

Bisley, 42, 131, 143, 200, 204
-, Chalford, 132, 174, 201–2
-, Eastcombe, 149, 162, 183, 192, 218

Bitton, 154

Blackwell, Sam., 44, 48, 50, 88, 94, 125

Blair, Eric ('George Orwell'), 202

Blakeford, Alina de, 63–4

Blakenham:
-, Benet of (d. by 1285), 130
-, Benet of (fl. 1297), 130
-, Joan of, see Hastings

Blanch:
-, Anne, w. of Wm. (d. 1766), m. 2 Sam. Walbank, 213
-, Eliz., see Horton
-, Wm., 213
-, Wm. (d. 1766, s. of preceding), 213

Blewbury (Berks.), 53

Bliss, Rob., 206

Blomer:
-, Frances, 89
-, Giles, 194
-, Sir Hen., 89, 96
-, John (d. 1558), 48, 89
-, John (s. of preceding), 48
-, John (d. 1638), 7, 57, 64, 89, 133
-, John (d. 1685), 7, 64, 89, 96
-, Mary, m. Sir John Webb, 67, 89, 95–6
-, Wm. (d. 1554), 7, 58, 194
-, Wm. (d. 1613), 48, 64, 89, 93, 114, 121 n
-, Wm. (fl. 1641), 56
-, Wm. (d. 1686), 7, 89
-, fam., 57, 95

Blount:
-, Edm., 154
-, John, 154
-, Wm., 154
-, fam., 157

Bludder, Eliz., m. Thos. Higgs, 186

Bluet, Wm., 28

boat-building, 116

Bohun:
-, Eleanor de, m. Thos. of Woodstock, 19
-, Hen. de, earl of Hereford, 15
-, Humph. de (fl. mid 12th cent.), 15, 185
-, Humph. de, s. of preceding, 15
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford (d. 1322), 30
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford (d. 1373), 15, 19
-, Marg., see Gloucester
-, Mary de, m. Hen. of Lancaster, 15, 19

Bompass, Rob., 216

Bond, Wm., curate of Eastleach Turville, 68

Booker, Edw. Fletcher, 100

boroughs, see Fairford; Lechlade

Bosbury (Herefs.), 93

Botherop, see Eastleach Martin

Bourchier:
-, Ant., 16–17
-, Brereton, 14, 16–17
-, Bridget, 16
-, Cath., see Bridges
-, Chas., 16
-, Eliz., 20
-, John, 19
-, Martha, m. Hen. Perrot, 16
-, Thos., 16, 19
-, Wal., 16
-, Wm. (d. 1623), 16
-, Wm. (d. 1693), 16

Bourke, Sackville Gardiner, rector of Hatherop, 95

Bourton-on-the-Water, 47

Bouth:
-, R.H.M., rector of Elkstone, 211, 213
-, Mrs. (fl. 1889), 213

Bowes (or Lane), Rob., 95

Bowles:
-, Cath., 121
-, Ric., vicar of Lechlade, 121

Bownes, Jas., 155

Bowly:
-, Sam., 27, 43
-, Wm., 36
-, Wm. Crotch, 35

Bowyer:
-, Sam., 213
-, Sam. (fl. 1797, s. of preceding), 213

Boyes:
-, Benj., 57, 60, 62, 66
-, Dinah, 62
-, Ric., 62
-, Ric. Edm., 57

Bracegirdle:
-, Edm., vicar of Chedworth, 173
-, Justinian, 172

Bradenstoke Priory (Wilts.), 76, 89–90, 96, 100

Bradeston, Thos. de, 15

Bradford (Yorks. W.R.), 222

Bradley, John, rector of Hatherop, 95

Bradley hundred, 1, 21, 38, 137, 174, 180

Bradshaw, Peter, 131

Bradwell (Oxon.), 20

Brandon, David, 48, 184, 186, 191

Brasenose College, see Oxford

bread and ale, assize of, 37, 93, 134

Breconshire, see Glasbury

Brent:
-, Anne, see Berkeley
-, John, 229

Brereton, fam., 213

Breteuil, Rog. de, earl of Hereford, 166

Brett:
-, Henrietta, m. 1 —— Brownlowe, 2 Wm. Hen. Morgan, 194 n
-, Hen. (d. 1674), 194
-, Hen. (d. 1724), 194–5, 199

brick-making, 79, 216

Brictric son of Algar, 74

Bridger:
-, Sir John, 47
-, Mary, m. Sir Geo. Shiffner, 47
-, Rebecca, 47, 54

Bridges:
-, Alice, see Berkeley
-, Cath. (fl. 1594), 143, 177
-, Cath. (fl. 1700), m. Brereton Bourchier, 16
-, Edm., Ld. Chandos (d. 1572), 177
-, Eliz., 143, 177
-, Frances, 177, 194, 198
-, Giles (d. 1467), 176
-, Sir Giles (d. 1511), 176, 182
-, Giles, Ld. Chandos (d. 1594), 143, 177, 194
-, Grey, Ld. Chandos, 143
-, Isabel, 182
-, Jas., Ld. Chandos (d. 1714), 16
-, Jas., duke of Chandos (d. 1744), 16
-, Sir John, Ld. Chandos (d. 1557), 143, 145, 176–7, 179, 182
-, John (fl. 1608), 167
-, John (fl. 1630, ? another), 160
-, John (fl. 1645, ? another), 31
-, Mary, 31
-, Ric., 160
-, Sam., 26, 31–2
-, Thos. (d. 1408), 176
-, Thos. (d. 1493), 176
-, Thos. (d. 1751), 31
-, Thos. (d. 1796), 31, 34–5
-, Thos. (d. 1808), 31
-, Wm., 31, 167
-, fam., 27, 171

Bridgwater, earl of, see Daubeney, Hen.

Briggs, R.A., 195

Brightwells Barrow hundred, 1–4, 2, 37, 87, 93, 137

Brimpsfield, 137, 140–9, 192, 194, 199, 209, 228
-, adv., 147, 208
-, agric., 144–6, 205
-, Birdlip, q.v.
-, cast., 139–41, 143–4
-, Caudle Green, 140, 142, 144–7, 149, 180
-, char., 149
-, ch., 140, 141, 147–9
-, ct., 137, 146, 207–8
-, dom. archit., 141–2
-, fair, 146
-, farms, 145–6, 206
-, fields, 145
-, inc., 145
-, inns, 141–2, 146
-, man., 140, 142–7, 203–8, 229
-, man. ho., 144
-, mkt., 146
-, mill, 146
-, nonconf., 149
-, pk., 140, 143, 147
-, poor-relief, 147
-, pop., 142
-, priory, 140–1, 147
-, rectors, 145, 147–9; and see Cox, Thos. Chamberlayne; Lane, Thos.; Metcalfe, Wm.; Parsons, Jas.; Pitt, Jas.
-, rectory, 147–8, 208, 217, 230–1
-, rectory ho., 148
-, roads, 140–1
-, royal visit, 142
-, sch., 149
-, trades, 146
-, vicars, 148
-, Woodfield Ho., 142, 144
-, woodland, 140, 200, 203

Brimscombe, see Stroud

Bristol, 71, 95, 151, 168, 194, 203
-, bp., see Searchfield
-, dean and chapter, 160

British Aircraft Corporation, 96

Brize Norton, see Norton

Broad:
-, Sam. (d. 1612), rector of Rendcomb, 226
-, Sam. (d. 1679), rector of Rendcomb, 226–7
-, Sam. (d. 1710), rector of Rendcomb, 227
-, Sam. (fl. 1712), rector of Rendcomb, 227
-, Thos., rector of Rendcomb, 226
-, Wm., rector of Elkstone and of Rendcomb, 217, 226

Broadstock, Albert, 204

Brockworth, 200, 205

Bromwich:
-, Eliz., see Poole
-, John (fl. 1542, 1576), rector of Cowley, 198
-, John (fl. late 17th cent.), 152

Brooke, Ld., see Greville

Broughton Gifford (Wilts.), 214

Broughton Poggs (Oxon), 106, 112

Brouncker, Hen., 154

Brown (Browne):
-, Ant., Vct. Montagu, 65 n, 66 n
-, Hen., 77
-, John, rector of Coberley, 182
-, Sarah, 77
-, and see Beale Browne; Brun

Browning:
-, Alice, see Berkeley
-, John, 176, 179

Brownlowe, Henrietta, see Brett

Bruern Abbey (Oxon.), 2, 4, 29, 36, 48, 63–5, 67, 166, 169, 185, 187, 189, 218, 220, 223–5

Bruges, Peter de, 130

brugge, Agnes atte, 5 n

Brun:
-, Aubrey le, see Cormeilles
-, John le (de. c. 1266), 30, 212, 228
-, John le (fl. 1304), 30, 212, 222
-, Margery le, see Russel
-, Ric. le, 30, 212
-, and see Brown

Bryan:
-, Ann, 30
-, John (fl. 1785), 227
-, John (fl. 1870s), 30
-, John Hinton, 30

Bubb:
-, Hen., 178
-, Sarah, see Hall

Buckingham:
-, duke of, see Stafford, Edw.
-, earl of, see Woodstock, Thos. of

Buckinghamshire, see Chetwode; Eton College; Hillesden

Buckler:
-, Cath., see Dennis
-, Ric., 154
-, Sir Wal., 75–6, 154

Bulkeley, Chas., 229

Burden, Hen., 116

Burder, John, 149

Burford (Oxon.), 5, 82, 113
-, bellfounder of, 20, 54, 182, 218
-, roads to, 5, 45, 55, 62, 87, 107
-, vicar of, 60

burgages, 71, 78, 107, 117

Burges, Wm., 95

Burgess, Ric., 112

Burgred, king of the Mercians, 15, 28, 74, 166

Burton:
-, John of, 222
-, Ric. of, 31
-, Thos. of (fl. 1316), 31
-, Thos. of (fl. 1344, s. of preceding), 31
-, Thos. of (d. 1375, ? another), 222
-, Thos. of (fl. 1385), 222
-, Wal. of, 31

Burton Abbey (Staffs.), 7

Bury (Lancs.), 143, 178, 229

Buscot (Berks.), 7, 99, 106, 194

Bush, Mr. (? Thos. or John), 136

Bushley (Worcs.), 57

Butcher, Wm., 86

Butler:
-, John, 113–14
-, Nic., 197

Butler's Court see Lechlade

Butt, Thos. Packer, 102

Byget, Edw., 78

C.

Cadogan:
-, Francis Chas., 90
-, Ruth Evelyn, see Bazley

Caleys, John, rector of Eastleach Martin, 60

Calf way, 138, 201

calico, manufacture of, 37

Calmsden, Rob. of, 154

Calmsden (in North Cerney), 45, 137, 150–2, 159–60, 162, 225
-, agric., 156–9
-, Barley man., 154
-, chap., 151, 161
-, man. 153–4, 156–7, 223

Cambridge, Ric., 56

Cambridge, Emmanuel Coll., 118

Camel, West (Som.), 41

Camera, Rob. de, 169

Camps, Hen., 178–9

canal, see Thames and Severn

Canford, Great (Dors.), 89

Canterbury, 147
-, abp., see Sheldon; Whitgift

Carby, Joshua, 125

Careless, Thos., rector of Barnsley, 20

Carey (Cary):
-, John (fl. 1657), 181
-, John (fl. 1754), 124

Carpenter, Thos., 27

Carter:
-, John, 85–6
-, Jos., 120
-, Thos., 35

Cary, see Carey

Cassey, fam., 169

Cassey Compton, see Withington

castle, see Brimpsfield

Castleman:
-, Jonathan, 177, 182
-, Paul, 177

Catewy, Wal., 186

Catherine (Parr), queen of Hen. VIII, 16, 143

Caudle Green, see Brimpsfield

Cayley, see Kellaways

Cecil, Rob., earl of Salisbury, 131

Cerney, North, 90, 137, 150–62, 183, 188, 218–19, 221–2
-, adv., 160
-, agric., 155–9, 224
-, Calmsden, q.v.
-, Cerney Ho., 151, 153–4, 156–8, 162
-, chant., 161
-, char., 162
-, ch., 151, 160–2
-, ch. ho., 151
-, Cotswold Ho. (or Pk.), 151, 155, 158, 218
-, ct., 159
-, dom. archit., 151
-, farms, 158–9
-, fields, 156–7
-, inc., 157–8
-, inns, 152, 158
-, man., 150, 152–7, 159–61, 220
-, man. ho., 151, 153, 158
-, mills, 150, 159
-, nonconf., 162
-, Perrott's Brook, 150–2, 156, 158–9
-, poor-relief, 160
-, pop., 151–2
-, race-course, 150
-, rectors, 157–8, 160–2; and see Cox, Thos. Chamberlayne; Poole, Wm.; Rich, Sam.; Taylor, Thos.
-, rectory, 155, 160–1
-, rectory ho., 125, 151, 160
-, roads, 150–1
-, sch., 162
-, trades, 159
-, Woodmancote, q. v.

Cerney, South, 17

Chaceley (Glos., formerly Worcs.), 82, 84

Chalford, see Bisley

Challow (Berks.), 107

chamberlain:
-, John the, see John
-, Wm. the, see William

Chamberlayne:
-, John, 28
-, Marg., 28
-, Sir Thos., 152

Chandos:
-, duke of, see Bridges, Jas.
-, Ld., see Bridges, Edm., Giles, Grey, Jas., and John

chantries, see Cerney, North; Coberley; Coln St. Aldwyns; Fairford; Lechlade; Syde

chaplain, Rob. the, see Robert

Chapman:
-, Revd. Jos. (fl. 1784), 231
-, Jos. (another), rector of Syde, 231

charcoal-burning, 200

Charles I, 176

Chaunler:
-, Jas., 109 n, 132, 136
-, John (fl. 1707), 109
-, Revd. John (fl. late 18th cent.), 132
-, Mary, 132
-, fam., 133

Chaworth:
-, Hugh de, 76, 98
-, Isabel de, see Beauchamp
-, Maud, w. of Patrick de, see Hesdin
-, Maud de, m. Hen. of Lancaster, 98, 168
-, (or Mundubleil), Pain de (fl. 1155), 98
-, Pain de (fl. 1236), 98
-, Pain de (d. c. 1279, grds. of preced- ing), 98, 103
-, Patrick de (fl. 1096, 1133), 89, 98, 100, 102–3
-, Patrick de (s. of preceding), 98
-, Patrick de (fl. 1199, grds. of preced- ing), 98
-, Patrick de (d. c. 1258, another), 98, 103
-, Patrick de (d. c. 1283), 98, 168
-, Sibyl de, m. Wal. of Salisbury, 89

Chedworth, Ld., see Howe, Hen. Fred., John (d. 1742), John (d. 1804), and John Thynne

Chedworth, 27, 77, 137–9, 163–74, 164, 188, 189, 222–3
-, adv., 172
-, agric., 169–71
-, airfield, 163
-, chap., 163, 165
-, char., 174
-, ch., 29, 165, 172–4
-, ct., 137, 172
-, dom. archit., 165
-, farms., 170–1, 224
-, fields, 164, 170
-, Fossebridge, 165, 172
-, Gothurst, 163, 165, 170–1
-, inc., 166, 170
-, inns, 165–6
-, man., 163, 166–72
-, man. ho., 165, 168
-, Marsden, see Rendcomb
-, mills, 165, 171
-, nonconf., 173
-, Pancakehill, 165, 171, 173
-, poor-relief, 172
-, pop., 166
-, rectory, 169–70, 172, 174
-, roads, 163, 165
-, sch., 173–4
-, trades, 139, 171–2
-, vicarage, 170, 172–3
-, vicarage ho., 172–3
-, vicars, 165, 172–3
-, woodland, 138, 163, 167–8, 170, 172
-, Woodlands, 163, 165, 168–70

cheese, trade in, 102, 106, 116–17

Cheltenham, 5, 142, 146, 149, 165, 178, 188
-, grammar sch., master of, 191
-, Ladies' Coll., 178, 195
-, named as an address, 94, 100, 124, 128, 182, 191–2, 199, 202
-, poor-law union, 180, 197
-, roads to, 138, 140–1, 151, 175, 184, 193, 200–2, 210–11, 219, 228
-, rural district, 147, 181, 197

Chenvichelle (fl. 1066), 28

Cherington, fam., 155

Chetwode (Bucks.), prior of, see Walgarcote

Chinnor (Oxon.), 16

Chippenham (Wilts.), 203

Christ Church, see Oxford

Church:
-, Theophila, see Fettiplace
-, Thos., 47

Church Commissioners, 56; and see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

church houses, see Bibury; Cerney, North; Coln St. Aldwyns; Elkstone; Fairford; Kempsford; Lechlade; Syde

Churchdown, barony of, 152

Churchill, Sam., 112, 118

Churn, riv., 138, 150–1, 156, 159, 163, 174, 180, 183–4, 189, 192–3, 195–6, 210–11, 216, 218–19, 225

Cirencester, Wal. of, 31

Cirencester, 17, 33, 69, 78–9, 91, 100, 116, 144, 146, 218
-, abbey, 39, 91, 189
-, as ld. of hundreds, 1–3, 37, 67, 103, 117, 137, 146, 172, 197, 225, 230
-, estates, 4, 7, 9, 11, 32, 204–5, 207–8
-, chant., 17
-, char., 227
-, coaches, 71, 73
-, governor of, 47
-, hosp. of St. John, 155
-, M.P.s for, 27, 48, 89
-, named as an address, 29, 35–6, 60, 92, 113, 116, 132, 141, 143, 148, 168, 187, 212, 226
-, nonconf., 173
-, poor-law union, 19, 80, 93, 103, 126, 147, 160, 190, 216, 226, 230
-, races, 150
-, rly., 165
-, roads to, 3, 5, 14, 23, 71, 88, 97, 106–7, 122, 137–8, 140, 150–1, 163, 165, 175, 184, 192–3, 210–11, 219
-, rural district, 19, 80, 93, 103, 118, 126, 147, 160, 190, 216, 226, 230
-, vicar, 20

Cirencester, Seven Hundreds of, 1, 137

Civil War incidents, see Kempsford; Lechlade

Clare:
-, Eleanor de, m. Hugh le Despenser, 63, 74
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester, 63, 74, 220
-, Marg. de, m. Hugh de Audley, 63, 220
-, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester, 38, 160, 220–1, 225

Clarence, duke of, see Antwerp, Lionel of; Plantagenet, Geo.

Clarke (Clark):
-, Absalom, see Absalom, Wm.
-, Anne, 182
-, Elfrida, 28, 39
-, Eliz. (fl. 1557), 182
-, Eliz. (fl. 1620), 32
-, G. Somers, 195
-, H.J., 57
-, Sir Humph. Orme, 27
-, J.R., 13
-, Sir Orme Bigland, 27
-, Rob., 82
-, Thos., 57
-, Sir Tobias, 24, 27
-, Wm., 197
-, fam., 67

Cleeve, Bishop's, 185

Clent:
-, Bridget, 168
-, Wm., 168

clerk, Rob. the, see Robert

Clermont, Alice de, 134 n

Cleyland, Jas., rector of Cranham, 209

Clifford:
-, Ernest Geo., 122
-, Jas., 168
-, Rog., 29
-, Wal. de, see Walter son of Richard

Clifton, 144

Climperwell, see Cranham

cloth-mills (or fulling-mills) and cloth- making, 4, 10, 25, 35–6, 51, 67, 78, 92, 103, 115, 125, 134, 139, 146, 159, 171, 180, 189, 196–7, 207, 216, 225

Clutterbuck:
-, Anne, m. John Godsalve, 64
-, Bridget, see Mitchell
-, Dorcas, 64
-, Sam., 168
-, Thos., 64
-, Wm. (d. 1655), 64
-, Wm. (fl. 1753), 168

Clutton, Hen., 90, 95

coal-merchants, 79, 103, 106, 116, 172

Coate, Hugh of, 58

Coate, see Eastleach Martin

Coates, 132, 225

Coberley:
-, Geof. of, 182
-, Phil. of, rector of Coberley, 181

Coberley, 137, 174–83, 186, 194, 213
-, adv., 176, 181
-, agric., 179–80
-, chant., 179, 182
-, char., 183
-, ch., 175, 177, 180–3
-, Cockleford, see Elkstone
-, dom. archit., 175–6
-, farms, 180
-, Hartley Fm., 178–9
-, man., 143, 176–9, 181–2, 195
-, man. ho., 175–7, 177
-, mills, 179–80, 216
-, nonconf., 149, 183
-, poor-relief, 180
-, pop., 176
-, rectors, 174, 181–3; and see Coxwell, Chas.
-, rectory, 181–2, 190, 197–8
-, rectory ho., 175, 181–2, 198
-, roads, 138, 175, 184
-, royal visits, 176
-, sch., 175, 183, 199
-, trades, 180, 196
-, Ullenwood, 174–6, 178–9, 213
-, Upper Coberley (or Little Coberley, Over Coberley, or Pinswell), 137, 174, 176–80

Cockleford, see Elkstone

Cockrup, see Coln St. Aldwyns

Coggeshall:
-, Eliz., 186
-, John, 186

Cokey, Wal., 187

Coldwell, Thos. of, 142

Coleraine, Ld., see Hanger

Coles:
-, Rob., 36
-, Wm., 36

Colesbourne, Wm. of, 187

Colesbourne, 137, 167, 183–92, 198, 213, 216, 222
-, adv., 186–7, 190
-, agric., 188–9
-, chap., 184
-, ch., 184, 190–2
-, ct., 189–90
-, dom. archit., 184
-, farms, 188–9
-, fields, 189
-, inc., 188
-, inn, 184
-, man. and est., 150, 175, 178, 183, 185–90, 214, 230
-, man. ho., 183–4, 186–7
-, mills, 188–9
-, nonconf., 192
-, poor-relief, 190
-, pop., 185
-, Rapsgate, 183–5, 188–9
-, rectors, 190–2; and see White, Geo.; Wilson, Chas.
-, rectory, 181, 190, 197
-, rectory ho., 184, 187, 190–1
-, roads, 151, 184, 211
-, sch., 184, 192
-, tithes, 185–7, 190
-, trades, 189
-, woodland, 183, 188–9

Colles:
-, Alice, 154
-, Ric., 154

Collett, Hen., 10

Colley:
-, Giles, 7
-, Thos. (d. 1603), 7
-, Thos. (d. 1616), 7
-, Thos. (fl. 1637), 7
-, Wm., 7, 194

Coln, riv., 3–4, 23, 44, 69, 71, 87, 96–7, 102–3, 106, 121–2, 138, 163, 165, 171

Coln Rogers, 1, 30, 38, 43, 68, 172, 227

Coln St. Aldwyns, 1, 3, 17, 44–55, 87, 113, 123, 127
-, adv., 52
-, agric., 49–51, 101
-, chant., 53, 90
-, char., 54–5
-, ch., 52–4
-, ch. ho., 45, 52
-, Cockrup, 45, 49–51
-, ct., 50, 52, 93
-, dom. archit., 45–6
-, Downhall, 45, 48, 91
-, farms, 51, 91–2
-, fields, 50
-, inc., 45, 50, 53
-, inns, 46
-, man., 46–52, 89–90, 92, 100
-, man. ho., 44, 45, 47, 54
-, mills, 10, 50–1
-, poor-relief, 52
-, pop., 46
-, nonconf., 54
-, rectory, 49, 51–3
-, roads, 45, 62, 87, 122
-, sch., 45, 52, 54–5, 96, 129
-, trades, 51–2
-, vicarage, 52–3, 93, 126
-, vicarage ho., 45–6, 53
-, vicars, 50, 52–3; and see Banner; Fifield, John; Keble, John
-, Williamstrip, q.v.

Coln St. Dennis, 24, 29, 31, 36, 172

Colston:
-, Alex., see Ready
-, Edw., 112
-, Sophia, 52

Combe:
-, John, 131
-, K.C., 131
-, Rob., 131
-, fam., see Baldwin

Combend, see Elkstone

Combes:
-, Hen., 152, 157
-, Jane, 152

Commeline, Jas., rector of Cowley, 198

Compton:
-, D.G., rector of Barnsley, 20
-, Wm., rector of Cowley, 198

Compton, Fenny (Warws.), 119

Compton Abdale, 155, 159, 165, 191

Comyn:
-, Ric., 63
-, Wm. (fl. 1285), 63–4
-, Wm. (fl. 1355), 63

Condicote, 209

Congregationalists, 42, 54, 83–4, 105, 120, 128, 149, 173, 210

Conway:
-, Eliz., 135
-, Sir Thos., 127, 130–1, 133, 135

Cook, Ernest, 75
-, Ernest Cook Trust, 75, 90

Cooper:
-, Rob., 30
-, Rowland Helme, rector of Eastleach Martin and curate of Eastleach Turville, 60
-, and see Ashley Cooper

Cope:
-, Sir John, 155
-, Marg., see Tame
-, and see Biddle-Cope

Corbet, Ric., 83

Cormeilles:
-, Ansfrid de, 30, 187–9, 212, 214, 228
-, Aubrey de, m. Ric. le Brun, 30, 212
-, Lucy de, 30
-, Marg. de, m. Wal. of Stoke, 30
-, Ric. de, 30, 187
-, Wal. de, 30, 212

Cormeilles, honor of, 30, 212, 228

corn-merchants, 103, 116

Cornwall, Chas., 72

Cornwall, earls of, 112; and see Edmund; Richard

Corpus Christi College, see Oxford

Cotswold district, 11, 19, 38, 52, 59, 80, 93, 103, 118, 126, 134, 147, 172, 190, 216, 226, 230

Cotswold House (or Park), see Cerney, North

Cotswold Village, A, 23

Cotteswold Naturalists' Field Club, 141

Cousin:
-, Joan, 212
-, John, 212

Cowles:
-, Geo., 204
-, fam., 204

Cowley:
-, Abraham, 74
-, Dan., curate of Aldsworth, 12
-, Wm. of, vicar of Brimpsfield, 148

Cowley, 7, 137, 140, 192–9
-, adv., 197–8
-, agric., 179, 195–6
-, Birdlip, q.v.
-, char., 199
-, ch., 193, 197–9
-, ct., 137, 141, 146, 197
-, Cowley Man., 139, 149, 175, 193–6, 204, 213
-, dom. archit., 193
-, farms, 196, 215
-, fields, 195–6
-, inc., 193, 196
-, inn, 193
-, man., 141, 192–8, 212
-, man. ho., see Cowley: Cowley Man.
-, mill, 195–7
-, nonconf., 199
-, poor-relief, 197
-, pop., 193–4
-, rectors, 196, 198–9; and see Paine, Thos.
-, rectory, 181–2, 190, 197–8
-, rectory ho., 193, 198
-, roads, 193
-, sch., 149, 193, 199
-, Stockwell, 139, 193, 195–7
-, trades, 197

Cox (Coxe):
-, Anne, see Weare
-, Chas. (fl. 1607), 28
-, Chas. (fl. 1727), 147, 160
-, Chas. (fl. 1738, 1748, another), 226
-, Chris, 28
-, Mrs. G., 229
-, John, rector of North Cerney, 157, 160–1
-, Peter, 106
-, Thos. Chamberlayne, rector of Brimpsfield and of North Cerney, 148, 160–1, 187

Coxeter:
-, Geo., 112
-, Mary, see Bathurst
-, Thos., 111–12

Coxwell:
-, Chas. (d. 1702), 29
-, Chas. (d. 1829), rector of Barnsley and of Coberley, and vicar of Bibury, 19–21, 25, 27, 29–30, 35, 41–3, 181–2
-, Revd. Chas. (d. 1854), 29
-, Edw., 29
-, Hen. Tracey, 27
-, John (d. 1618), 29, 34, 36, 39
-, John (fl. 1645, 1695), 29–30
-, John (d. 1754), 25, 29
-, John (d. 1762), 29
-, Kath., 30
-, Nat., 29, 32, 34, 39–41
-, Thos. Tracey, curate of Eastleach Turville, 68
-, fam., 4, 150

Coxwell Rogers:
-, (or Rogers Coxwell), Chas., 29, 44
-, Ellen, m. Geo. Edw. Beale Browne, 29
-, Miss F.A., 29
-, Godfrey Hugh Wheeler, 29
-, Grace, 29
-, Ric. Hugh, 29
-, Ric. Rogers, 29–30
-, fam., 30

Cranham, Rob., vicar of Brimpsfield, 148

Cranham, 137, 139, 140, 144, 146, 189, 199–210
-, adv., 147, 208
-, agric., 144–5, 205–6
-, char., 210
-, ch., 201, 208–9
-, Climperwell, 143–4, 147, 202–6
-, ct., 208
-, Cranham Lodge (later the Cotswold Sanatorium), 200, 202
-, dom. archit., 201
-, farms, 206
-, fields, 205
-, Fream's Fm., 201, 205–6
-, inc., 205
-, ind., 139, 207
-, inns, 202, 208
-, man., 143, 203–8
-, mills, 201, 205–7
-, nonconf., 209–10
-, Overtown, 148, 201–2, 204, 206
-, poor-relief, 208
-, pop., 142, 202
-, rectors, 206, 208–9; and see Lane, Thos.; Metcalfe, Wm.; Phelps; Pitt, Jas.; Walbank, Wm.
-, rectory, 147, 208
-, rectory ho., 208
-, roads, 140, 200–1
-, sch., 201, 210
-, trades, 207
-, woodland, 138, 200, 203–4, 206–8

Craven:
-, Eliz., 213
-, Fulwar, Ld. Craven, 213
-, Hen. Augustus Berkeley, 213
-, Ric. Keppel (d. 1851), 213
-, Wm., Ld. Craven, later earl of Craven (d. 1697), 213
-, Wm., Ld. Craven (d. 1711), 213
-, Wm., Ld. Craven (d. 1739), 213
-, Wm., Ld. Craven (d. 1769), 213
-, Wm., Ld. Craven (d. 1791), 213
-, Wm., earl of Craven (d. 1866), 213
-, fam., 139

Crawford, Francis, 26

Cresswell:
-, Anne, see Warneford
-, Estcourt, 24, 27–8, 32, 35, 113, 124
-, Ric. Estcourt, 27–8, 124
-, Sackville, vicar of Bibury, 41
-, Thos. Estcourt, 27, 35
-, fam., 7 n

Crewdson:
-, Jos. Dillworth, 144, 229
-, Theodore, 139, 144, 229–30

Crewe:
-, Arthur, 39
-, Sir Thos., 154

Cricklade (Wilts.), 84

Cripps:
-, Jos., 73
-, Mary, 132
-, Thos., 77

Croke, see Crook

Cromie, Anne Rachel, 192

Cromwell:
-, Eliz., 65
-, Oliver (fl. 1598), 65

Crook (Croke):
-, John (fl. 1540), 76
-, John (fl. 1590), 75
-, Margery, 222
-, Rob., 222

Croome:
-, Thos. Lancelot, 153
-, Wm., 153, 158
-, Wm. Fielder, 153, 158
-, Wm. Iveson, 153, 162

crosses, 61, 68, 87, 97, 109, 130, 151, 162, 182–3, 193, 227

Crowe, Sir Colin, 24 n

Crowthorne and Minety hundred, 137

Croydon (Surr.), 209

Crumbe:
-, Adam de, 228
-, Simon de, 228

Crump, Revd. H.J., 120

Cubitt, Thos., 222

Cudworth, John, vicar of Chedworth, 173

Cull, Eliz., 86

Cutler:
-, Susanna, see Bathurst
-, Sir Thos., 106, 112, 119

D.

Daffy, Wm., 168

Daglingworth, 20, 151

Damforde, Tobias, 190

Daniel:
-, John, 229
-, Laura (? formerly Laura Berkeley), 229

Darwin, Mrs. M.Y., 31

Daubeney, Hen., earl of Bridgwater, 23

Davies (Davis):
-, Abigail, 204
-, Halliday, 204
-, John (fl. 1658), 204
-, John (d. by 1728, s. of preceding), 204
-, John (fl. 1738, 1771), 204–5
-, Revd. John (d. 1870), 148, 204
-, John (fl. 1906), 132
-, Martha, 204, 209
-, Ric. (fl. 1576, 1585), 220
-, Ric. (fl. 1624), 204
-, Thos. (d. 1689), vicar of Lechlade, 119
-, Thos. (fl. 1731, 1772), rector of Syde, 231
-, Revd. Thos. (d. 1784, another), 83
-, Revd. Thos. (fl. 1825, 1856), 149, 183

Dawber, Guy, 73

Dawes, Thos., 113

Deddington (Oxon.), 112

Dena (fl. 1066), 176

Denebeorht, bp. of Worcester, 15, 185

Denne:
-, Denne, 147
-, Ric. Hen., rector of Brimpsfield with Cranham, 147–8, 208

Dennis:
-, Alice, see Grenville
-, Cath., m. 1 Sir Edm. Tame, 2 Sir Wal. Buckler, 3 Rog. Lygon, 75–7, 81, 154, 168, 221, 223
-, Sir Wal. (fl. 1496), 168
-, Sir Wal. (fl. 1554, another), 75
-, Wal. (fl. 1587, grds. of preceding), 75

Derrick, J.M., 20

Derwentwater, earl of, see Radclyffe

Despenser:
-, Edw. le, 63, 74
-, Eleanor, see Clare
-, Eliz. le, w. of Edw., 63, 74
-, Eliz. le, w. of Hugh, 28
-, Hugh le, the elder (d. 1326), earl of Winchester, 15, 74, 111, 143, 167, 212, 228
-, Hugh le, the younger (d. 1326), 63, 74
-, Hugh le (one of preceding), 89
-, Hugh le, Ld. le Despenser (d. 1349), 28, 63, 74
-, Isabel le, m. 1 Ric. de Beauchamp, earl of Worcester, 2 Ric. de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, 74
-, Ric. le, 74

Devereux:
-, Cecily, 63
-, Eve, 64
-, John, 48, 64, 67
-, Rob., 64
-, Sibyl, 63
-, Wm. (fl. 1086), 48, 63, 65, 67
-, Wm. (fl. mid 12th cent.), 63

Devonshire, see Exeter

Dinder (Som.), 154

Dinedor (Herefs.), 8

Dive, Sir Lewis, 127

Dodge, Edw., 109, 111, 121

Dodington, John, 57, 64

Dodmore, John, 64

Dodo (fl. 1066), 123

Dolle, Jas., 102

Done, Obadiah, rector of Cranham, 209

Dore Abbey (Herefs.), 204

Dormer, John, vicar of Lechlade, 119

Dormington (Herefs.), 104

Dorset, see Canford, Great

Dowdeswell:
-, Wm. (fl. 1680), 57, 93
-, Wm. (d. 1775), 57–8

Dowdeswell, 29–30, 174, 182, 194, 212, 218

Downe, earl of, see Pope, Thos.

Downhall, see Coln St. Aldwyns

Downington, see Lechlade

D'Oyley:
-, Ann, 131
-, Chas. (d. 1776), 31, 131
-, Chas. (d. 1802), 31, 131
-, Eliz., see Powell
-, John, 76
-, fam., 133

Draper, Edwin, 216

Drew son of Pons, 56–9

Driffield, 153

Driver, fam., 146

Droitwich (Worcs.), 3, 24, 45, 69, 87, 106, 129

Droys, Nic., see Matson

Dryden, John, 31

Dudley:
-, Anne, w. of John (d. 1554), m. 2 Sir Edw. Unton, 167
-, John, earl of Warwick and duke of Northumberland (d. 1553), 16, 27, 167–8
-, John (d. 1554), 167

Duleep Singh, Maharajah, 89–90

Dumbleton, 195

Dunfield, see Kempsford

Dunn (Dun, Dunne):
-, Thos. (fl. 1303), 48
-, Thos. (d. 1894), 213
-, Hen., vicar of Fairford, 81

Dunning (fl. 1066), 48

Duns (fl. 11th cent.), 143

Duntisbourne Abbots, 155, 231–2
-, Duntisbourne Leer, 137

Duntisbourne Rouse, 151

Durand (of Gloucester), 15, 17

Durham, bp. of, see Barrington, Shute

Dursley, 176, 198

Dutton:
-, Chas., Ld. Sherborne, 7
-, Edw., Ld. Sherborne, 7, 29, 36, 43
-, Eliz., 41
-, Fred. G., vicar of Bibury, later Ld. Sherborne, 7, 41
-, Jas., Ld. Sherborne, (d. 1820), 7, 24, 27
-, Jas., Ld. Sherborne, (d. 1883), 7, 26, 28
-, Jas. Huntley, Ld. Sherborne, 7, 27
-, (formerly Naper), Jas. Lenox, 7
-, John (d. 1657), 7, 177
-, Sir John (d. 1743), 7
-, John Ld. Sherborne, (d. 1862), 7, 13, 27, 43
-, John Wm., 41
-, Lucy, m. Thos. Pope, earl of Downe, 177
-, Marg., 113
-, Mary, Lady Sherborne, 13
-, Sir Ralph, 7
-, Thos. (d. 1581), 7, 113
-, Thos., s. of preceding, 7
-, Wm. (d. 1618), 7, 113, 177–8
-, Wm. (d. 1675), 7
-, fam., 6, 109, 165

Dyer, Wm., 167

Dyer-Edwardes, Thos., 208–10

Dynevor, Ld., see Rice, Francis Wm.

Dynham, John, 113

E.

Eames, Wm., 69, 75

East:
-, Sir Gilb., 99
-, Sir Gilb. Augustus Clayton, 99

East Glos. rly., 3, 71, 107

Eastcombe, see Bisley

Eastleach Martin (or Botherop), 1, 3, 55–61, 66–7, 129, 133–4
-, adv., 59
-, agric., 57–9, 101
-, Botherop Fm., 55–9
-, char., 61, 69
-, ch., 55, 57, 59–61
-, Coate, 55–6, 59, 66
-, Coate Fm., 55–9, 129, 133
-, Prior's Coate, 55, 57–8, 129, 133
-, ct., 59
-, farms, 58–9
-, fields, 58
-, Fyfield (or Fifhide), 55–6, 58–60
-, inc., 57–8
-, man., 56–60
-, man. ho., 57; and see Eastleach Martin: Botherop Fm.
-, mill, 55, 59
-, nonconf., 61
-, poor-relief, 59
-, pop., 56
-, rectors, 57, 59–60; and see Parsons, Jas.
-, rectory, 59–60, 67–8, 135
-, rectory ho., 55, 60
-, sch., 55, 61, 69, 136
-, trades, 59

Eastleach Turville, 1–3, 44, 46, 48, 52, 55, 60, 61–9, 74, 76, 80, 96, 131
-, Abbot's man., 64–7
-, adv., 67
-, agric., 65–6
-, char., 61, 69
-, ch., 60–2, 67–8
-, ct., 67
-, curates, 67–8
-, dom. archit., 45, 62
-, farms, 57, 59, 66
-, fields, 66
-, inc., 57, 62, 66
-, inns, 63
-, Leversage's man., 64–5
-, man., 57, 62–7
-, man. ho., 62, 64–5
-, nonconf., 68
-, Paunton's Ct., 64–5, 67
-, perpetual curacy, 60, 67, 135
-, poor-relief, 67
-, pop., 62–3
-, rectors, 67–8
-, rectory, 65–8
-, sch., 61, 69, 136
-, trades, 66–7

Eaton, Castle (Wilts.), 82, 97, 103

Eaton Hastings (Berks.), 130

Ebworth, see Painswick

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 47, 53, 56–7, 59, 65, 76, 100, 203, 205

Eddells, Thos., 207

Eden, F.C., 162

Edgcumbe:
-, Emm, see Gilbert
-, Geo., Ld. Edgcumbe, later earl of Mount Edgcumbe, 143
-, Ric., earl of Mount Edgcumbe, 143

Edgeworth, 208–9, 229

Edmonds:
-, John (fl. 1732), 102
-, John (d. 1872), 113
-, Mat., 113
-, W.J., 133

Edmund, earl of Cornwall, 111, 118

Edric (fl. 1066), 30

Edward I, 74, 98, 111, 123, 176

Edward II, 37

Edward IV, 147

Edwards:
-, Ant. (fl. 1679, 1711), 188
-, Ant. (d. 1760), 188, 203
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Johnson, 203
-, Jas., vicar of Fairford, 82
-, Jas. Herbert, 201
-, Mary, see Sollace
-, Ric., 188
-, Sarah, m. John Pullen, 112

Eilaf (fl. 1066), 153

Eldon, earls of, see Scott, John

Eldred, abp. of York, 178

Eleanor, dau. of Edw. II, 111

Elizabeth I, 222

Elizabeth (of York), queen of Hen. VII, 16, 176

Elkstone, 137, 194, 210–18, 230
-, adv., 217
-, agric., 214–16
-, char., 218
-, ch., 140, 216–18
-, ch. ho., 211
-, Cockleford (partly in Coberley), 175–6, 180, 210–12, 214, 216
-, Combend, 185, 187–8, 190, 211, 213–17
-, ct., 216
-, dom. archit., 211–12
-, farms, 196, 215–16
-, fields, 214–15
-, inc., 215
-, inn, 212, 216
-, man., 30, 187, 210–17, 228
-, man. ho., 213–15
-, mills, 216
-, nonconf., 218
-, pop, 212
-, poor-relief, 216
-, rectors, 215, 217; and see Bouth, R.H.M.; Hooper, Thos.; Lloyd; Poole, Wm.; Prior; Rich, Sam.
-, rectory, 147, 198, 216–17, 230
-, rectory ho., 125, 217
-, roads, 138, 184, 210–11
-, sch., 211, 218
-, trades, 216

Ellill, Thos., 203

Elmore, 64, 217, 221, 227

Elric (fl. 1066), 30

Elston (Wilts.), 214 n

Eltom:
-, Eliz., see Mitchell
-, Jacob, 168

Eluuin (fl. 11th cent.), 187

Elward son of Regenbald, 7

Elwes:
-, Hen., 186–8, 190–2
-, Hen. Cecil, 181, 186
-, Hen. John, 183, 185–6, 188–9
-, H.W.G., 186, 190
-, John, 178, 186, 188, 216
-, John Hen., 184, 186, 190–2
-, fam., 184–5, 187, 191

Ely, bp. of, 60; and see Woodford

emigration, 80, 172

Emmanuel College, see Cambridge

Emmot, Morgan, 86

enchelondi, holdings called, 33

Epsom (Surr.), 104

Ermin Street, 138, 140–1, 192–3, 210–11, 227

Essex, see Stondon

Estcourt, Edm., 160

Ethelred, king of England, 7

Eton College (Bucks.), 147

Eudes (fl. 1086), 15

Evans:
-, Edw., 39
-, Lewis, vicar of Bibury, 40

Eve, Ralph, 36

Evercy:
-, Geof. d', 29
-, Rob. d', 29, 36

Exeter, 148

Eycot, see Rendcomb

Eyles, Wm., 61

Eynsham Abbey (Oxon.), 217

Eyloe:
-, Eliz., see Keble
-, Mary, 132
-, Ric. (fl. 1686, 1716), 132
-, Ric. (d. 1750, s. of preceding), 132, 136

Eyre, Francis, 185–6

F.

Fairford, Vct., see Hill, Wills

Fairford, 1, 3–4, 14, 49, 69–86, 71, 88, 107
-, adv., 81
-, agric., 76–8
-, borough, 4, 69, 71, 78, 80
-, bridges, 71
-, chant., 82
-, char., 80, 82, 84–6
-, ch., 3, 69, 71, 78, 80–3, 205
-, ch. ho., 80
-, clubs and societies, 74
-, ct., 1, 38, 67, 80, 155 n
-, dom. archit., 28, 71–3
-, East End, 69, 72, 77, 80–1, 83
-, Fairford Pk. ho., frontispiece, 14, 69, 75–6, 84–5
-, fairs, 79
-, farms, 77
-, fields, 77
-, highways district, 118
-, Hydecourt man., 76
-, inc., 77, 81
-, ind., 4, 78–9
-, inns, 71, 73
-, man., 28, 63, 74–81, 84
-, man. ho., 75; and see Fairford: Fairford Pk. ho.
-, mkt., 50, 69, 71, 79, 103, 115
-, mills, 78, 81
-, Milton End, 69, 72, 76–81, 83
-, named as an address, 31, 53, 104, 123, 125, 157, 221
-, nonconf., 42, 54, 82–4, 105, 127–8
-, pk., 69, 71, 75
-, poor-relief, 80, 86
-, pop., 73
-, public services, 73
-, R.A.F. Fairford, see Kempsford: airfield
-, rectors, 81
-, rectory. 76, 81
-, Retreat, the (lunatic asylum), 73–4
-, roads, 3, 24, 55, 62, 71, 97, 106, 122, 165
-, royal visits, 74–5
-, sch., 71, 80, 84–6
-, streets, 71–2
-, trades, 78–9
-, vicarage, 81
-, vicarage ho., 71, 81
-, vicars, 76–7, 81–2; and see Harford, Nat.; Huntingdon; James, Edm.
-, workhouse, 73, 80

Fairlie, F.I., 229

fairs, see Brimpsfield; Fairford; Kemp- sford; Lechlade

Falconer:
-, Eleanor, m.——Tufnell, 155
-, J.A.K., 152, 155

Faringdon, Ld., see Henderson, Alex. Gavin

Faringdon (Berks.), 120

Faringdon, Little (Berks.), 64

Faringdon poor-law union and rural district, 118

Farmington, 5, 12

Farmor, Eliz., 82–4

Farrer, Jas., 163

Faulkner:
-, Jas., 99
-, John, 99–100
-, Thos., 99
-, Wm. Carey, 99

Fereby, Thos., rector of North Cerney, 162

Ferrers:
-, Hen. de (fl. 1086), 111
-, Hen. de (grds. of preceding), 111
-, Hen. de (fl. 1204, grds. of preceding), 111
-, Hugh de, 111
-, Isabel de, m. 1 Rog. de Mortimer, 2 Peter FitzHerbert, 106–7, 111, 115, 117
-, Waukelin de, 111
-, Wm. de, 111

Fettiplace:
-, Ant., 7
-, Cecily, 17, 47, 113
-, Eliz., 47, 54
-, Frances, m. John Bellers, 47
-, Geo. (d. 1577), 17, 47, 52, 54, 113
-, Geo. (fl. 1605), 17
-, Sir Giles (d. 1641), 47, 113
-, Giles (d. 1702), 47, 49, 54
-, John (d. 1636), 17, 47, 113
-, John (fl. 1641, 1660), 47, 49, 113
-, Sir John (fl. late 17th cent.), 112
-, Susanna, see Bathurst
-, Theophila, m. 1 Thos. Church, 2 John Partridge, 47

Field:
-, Sarah, see Archer
-, Wm., 36

Fifehyde (Fifhide), see Fifield

Fifhide, see Eastleach Martin: Fyfield

Fifield (Fifehyde, Fifhide):
-, John, vicar of Coln St. Aldwyns and curate of Eastleach Turville, 53–4
-, Sywat of, 58
-, Wm. of (fl. 1359), 28
-, Wm. (fl. 1558), 157

Finch:
-, C.F., 168
-, fam., 169

fisheries, 4, 23, 69, 71, 103, 110, 218

FitzAlan:
-, Alice, 74
-, Edm., earl of Arundel, 74

Fitzgerald, Mrs. M.M., 223

FitzHamon, Rob., 67, 74, 76, 78, 80

FitzHerbert:
-, Eleanor, 15
-, Herbert (Herbert s. of John), 15
-, Herbert, 15, 185
-, Herbert (Herbert s. of Peter), 15
-, Isabel, see Ferrers
-, John (John s. of Reynold), 15
-, Lucy, see Gloucester
-, Peter, 15, 106, 111, 117, 185
-, Reynold (Reynold s. of Peter), 15, 17, 185
-, fam., 16

FitzOsbern:
-, Rog., earl of Hereford, 28
-, Wm., earl of Hereford, 63, 166, 172

Fladbury (Worcs.), 143

Flaxley Abbey, 144–5, 147, 203–5

Flintshire, see Mold

Flower, Barnard, 83

Fontenay Abbey (Calvados, France), 147, 217

Forden, Wm., 41

Forester, Wm., 48, 50

Foss way, 138, 150, 163

Fossebridge, see Chedworth

Foster:
-, Ant., 155
-, John Priestley, 155

Fotheringhay Coll. (Northants.), 217

Fowle, Fulwar Craven, rector of Elkstone, 217

Fowler, John, 62

Fownes, Jas. Somerville, see Somerville

Fox:
-, Geo., 54
-, Wm., 112, 120

France, native of, 20; and see Fontenay Abbey; Lire Abbey; Picardy; Tironneau Abbey

franchises, see bread and ale; frankpledge, view of; fugitives' and felons' goods; gallows; hundred and shire courts; pillory; tumbril, vetitum namium; waif; writs, return of

Francis, C.P., 153

Frankiss, fam., 201

frankpledge, view of, 1–3, 11, 18, 80, 93, 103, 117, 126, 134, 137, 146, 159, 172, 180, 189, 197, 207, 216, 225, 230

Fream (Freame):
-, Thos. (fl. 1638), 221
-, Thos. (d. 1663, another), 205
-, Wm., 205

Fream's Farm, see Cranham

Freeman:
-, Kenneth, 208
-, Thos., rector of Colesbourne, 191

Frevill, Isabel de, 228

Frocester, 213

Frome, riv., 140, 227–8

fugitives' and felons' goods, right to, 103

Fulbrook (Oxon.), 13

fulling-mills, see cloth-mills

Furnivalle:
-, Joan de, m. Thos. de Neville, 63
-, Joan, w. of Thos. de, see Verdun
-, Thos. de, Ld. Furnivalle, 63
-, Thos. de, Ld. Furnivalle (d. 1365, s. of preceding), 63
-, Wm. de, Ld. Furnivalle, 63

Fyfield, see Eastleach Martin

G.

Gallimore, Humph., vicar of Kemp- sford, 104

gallows, 1–2, 67, 80, 117, 137, 146

Gamages, John de, abbot of Gloucester, 53

Gambier Parry, Sidney, 209

Garbett, Hen., vicar of Lechlade, 119

Gardiner, Wm., 207; and see Gardner

Gardino, Thos. de, 214

Gardner:
-, J., 204
-, fam., 146
-, and see Gardiner; Richardson- Gardner

Garne:
-, Rob., 8, 30
-, Wm., 10
-, Wm. Thos., 8, 30
-, fam., 10

Garsington, Wm. of, 28

Gase, Lawr., vicar of Bibury, 40

Gastrell:
-, Hen., 221
-, Jas., 146

Gaunt, John of, duke of Lancaster, 98

Gavaston, Peter, 111

Gazard, Nic., 157

Geach, N.H., 89

Gearing:
-, Alex., 120
-, Ann, 113
-, Eliz., 113
-, John (fl. 1614, 1627), 113, 119
-, John (s. of preceding), 113
-, Ric., 116
-, Wm., 113
-, fam., 115

Gefferies, Thos., 148; and see Jeffreys

George, Prince of Wales, 5

George III, 142

George, Ric., 224

Gerbert:
-, Galiana, see Turville
-, Rob., 63

Ghent, Benedict of, 36

Gibb:
-, A.M., 155
-, Yoskyl, w. of A.M., m. 2 Malcolm McCorquodale, 155

Gibbons:
-, Ant., 216
-, Ric., 216
-, Sam., 216
-, Thos., 180
-, Wm., 216

Gibbs:
-, Jas., 31
-, Jos. Arthur, 23
-, P.H., 213

Gibson, Arthur, vicar of Chedworth, 173

Giffard (Gifford):
-, Avelina, 143
-, Eliz., 186
-, Ellis (d. by 1130), 143, 203
-, Ellis (d. by 1162), 143, 203
-, Ellis (d. by 1190), 143, 228
-, Ellis (d. 1248), 143, 146
-, John (d. 1299), 143
-, John (d. 1322), 143, 203, 228
-, Marg., 143, 228–9
-, Maud, 228
-, Osbern, 143, 203
-, Osbert (fl. 1221), 144, 228
-, Osbert (fl. 1220s, another), 228
-, Rob., 186
-, fam., 139, 144

Gilbert son of Turold, 150, 153, 155–6, 159, 220, 223, 225

Gilbert:
-, Alice, 143, 203
-, Emm (d. 1750), 143, 203
-, Emm (d. 1807), m. Geo. Edgcumbe, 143
-, John, bp. of Salisbury, later abp. of York, 143

Giles:
-, Anne, see Poole
-, John, 152
-, Nat., 152

Gillett and Johnston, firm of, 209

Gimson, Ernest, 83

Gladwin, Hamilton Fane, 178, 183

Glasbury (Brec.), 56

Gloucester:
-, Hen. of, 15
-, Lucy of, m. Herbert FitzHerbert, 15, 185
-, Mahel of, 15, 185
-, Marg. of, m. Humph. de Bohun, 15, 17, 19, 185
-, Miles of, earl of Hereford, 15, 30, 185
-, Rog. of, earl of Hereford, 15
-, Wal. of, 15, 185, 190
-, Wal. of (grds. of preceding), 15

Gloucester:
-, duke of, see Woodstock, Thos. of
-, earls of, 63–4, 67, 137, 153, 155, 221, 223–6; and see Audley, Hugh de; Clare, Gilb. and Ric. de; Robert; William
-, honor of, 1, 28, 38, 74, 151, 159, 220–1, 225

Gloucester, 37, 50, 58, 86, 116, 124, 126, 143–4, 146, 179, 200
-, abbey, 3, 52, 60, 175
-, abbots, see Gamages; Serlo; Wilstan
-, estates, 1, 4, 7–10, 30, 33, 38, 46–7, 49–51, 56–7, 59, 74, 90, 92–3, 100–2, 139, 144, 166, 178–80, 203, 205–6
-, rectories and advowsons, 49, 52, 93, 100, 103–4, 181
-, tithes, 8, 44, 52, 67, 81, 87, 102, 126, 181, 222, 226
-, archdeacon, see Lye
-, bp., 39, 68, 147, 217
-, as patron, 19, 52, 103, 118, 147, 190, 208
-, rectory and tithes, 8, 100, 226
-, and see Goodman
-, ch. of St. Mary de Lode, 231
-, ch. of Owen, 185, 187, 190
-, coaches, 71, 73
-, dean and chapter:
-, estates, 26 n, 30, 35, 47–8, 52, 56–8, 92, 100, 133, 135, 200, 203, 205–6, 2
-, rectories and advowsons, 49, 52, 65, 67–8, 76, 81, 93–4, 127, 135, 172
-, hosp. of St. Bart., 144–5, 188, 195
-, hosp. of St. Sepulchre, 200
-, infirmary, 80, 85, 180
-, King's Sch., master of, 191
-, M.P. for, 144
-, named as an address, 13, 52, 82, 147, 168, 195, 198, 203, 206, 208, 213
-, priory of St. Oswald, 152, 160
-, roads to, 3, 14, 71, 106, 138, 140, 150, 175, 184, 192, 200, 210–11
-, Wotton, 203, 208, 213

Gloucester College, see Oxford

Gloucestershire:
-, county asylum, 74
-, county council, 178, 195
-, East Glos., M.P. for, 48
-, high sheriff, 186

Goddard, Thos., rector of Syde, 231

Godsalve:
-, Anne, see Clutterbuck
-, John, 64

Godwin:
-, Harold J., 126
-, Wm. Joynes, 122, 126

Golding, Chris., rector of Barnsley, 20

Goldingham, see Wills-Goldingham

Goldsmid:
-, Sir Francis, 139, 154, 219, 222, 227
-, Sir Julian, 222, 226

Gollins, Frank, 124

Golshill, John, vicar of Lechlade, 119

Goodman, Godfrey, bp. of Gloucester and rector of Kemerton, 104

Goodrich:
-, Jas., 147
-, Wm., 147

Gore:
-, Joan, see Leach
-, Wm., 64

Gothurst, Thos. of, 171

Gothurst, see Chedworth

Grace, Hen., 118

gravel-working, 3, 69, 96, 106, 116

Greathead, C.F., 213

Green:
-, Hen., 168
-, John, 168
-, J.D.F., 168
-, Sam., 20
-, Thos., vicar of Fairford, 81

Greening:
-, Ann, see Bathurst
-, Eliz., m. Nic. Harding, 112
-, John, 112, 115
-, fam., 118

Greenwood:
-, Anne, w. of Chas., m. 2 —— James, 8
-, Chas. (d. by 1722), 8
-, Chas. (fl. 1748), 8
-, Geo., 8
-, Gregory, 8
-, John, 7
-, Thos. (fl. 1678), 7
-, Thos. (grds. of preceding), 8
-, fam., 58

Gregory, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Greise, Thos., 181

Grenville:
-, Alice, m. Wal. Dennis, 75
-, Wm. de, 15

Greville, Wm., Ld. Brooke, 100

Grey:
-, Hen. de, 130
-, John de, 130
-, John de (fl. 1321, s. of preceding), 130
-, Wal. de, 130
-, fam., 131–2, 134

Griffin, M.R., 204

Griffith, Laur., curate of Aldsworth, 12

Grimsby (Lincs.), 186

Grinstead, East (Suss.), 48

Grisdale, Benj., vicar of Chedworth, 173

Grobham:
-, Geo., 167
-, Marg., 167
-, Sir Ric., 167

Grove, Grey Jermyn, 155

Guise:
-, Anselm, 168
-, Sir Berkeley Wm., 222, 227
-, Sir Chris., 221
-, Jane, m. Shute Barrington, 221
-, John (fl. 1672), 147
-, Sir John (d. 1695, another), 221–2
-, Sir John (d. 1732), 155, 221
-, Sir John (d. 1769), 160, 188, 221, 224
-, Sir John Wright, 158, 222
-, Thos., 187
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1635), 64, 221
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1783), 155, 219, 221, 224, 226
-, fam., 139, 153, 219, 223, 225, 227

H.

Hackney (Mdx.), 75, 194

Haigh, Mr. (fl. 1672), 191

Hailes (Hales):
-, Edw., rector of Cranham, 209
-, Felice of, 56
-, Osbert of, 56

Hailes Abbey, 111, 118, 173

Hales, see Hailes

Hall:
-, Giles, 35
-, John, 143, 204, 228, 231–2
-, Peter atte, 107, 114
-, Ric., 28, 35
-, Rob. (fl. 1607, 1625), 28
-, Rob. (s. of preceding), 28
-, Sarah, m. 1 John Hampson, 2 Hen. Bubb, 178, 213
-, Wm. (fl. 1680), 28
-, Wm. (s. of preceding), 28
-, Wm. (d. 1760, s. of preceding), 28
-, Wm. (d. 1824), 25, 28
-, Wm. (d. 1872), 139, 178, 211, 213
-, Wm. Sadler, 205

Hamblet, Thos., 124, 127

Hamlett, Thos., 212

Hamond, Miss (fl. 1818), 192

Hampnett, 173

Hampshire, see Romsey Abbey; Southampton; Testwood; Winchester

Hampson:
-, John, 178
-, Sarah, see Hall

Hamsey (Suss.), 47

Hancock:
-, Wm. (fl. 1649), 56
-, Wm. (s. of preceding), 56

Hanger:
-, Eliz., 99
-, Gabriel, Ld. Coleraine, 99
-, Geo., Ld. Coleraine, 99
-, John, Ld. Coleraine, 99, 105
-, Wm., Ld. Coleraine, 99, 102

Hannington (Wilts.), 97–8

Hanson, Hen. Rastrick, rector of Cranham, 209

Harding:
-, Eliz., see Greening
-, Nic., 112

Hardwick, Phil., 219, 222

Hardwicke, 221

Harescombe, 168

Harewell:
-, Edm (fl. 1556, 1586), 186, 214
-, Edm. (fl. 1602, s. of preceding), 186

Harford:
-, Nat., vicar of Fairford and rector of Hatherop, 81
-, Ric., 93

Harland, Rob., rector of Hatherop, 94

Harman:
-, Agnes, 187
-, Edm., 187

Harold, Earl, 98, 143

Harrington, John, 32

Harrison, J.P., 20

Hartley Fm., see Coberley

Hartshorne, Albert, 199

Harvey:
-, Mary, 130
-, Wm., 130

Hassal:
-, Eleanor, 132
-, Thos., 132

Hastings:
-, Joan de, m. Benet of Blakenham, 130
-, John de, 130
-, Maud de, 130
-, Muriel de, 130
-, Ralph de, 130
-, Wm. de (d. by 1236), 130–1
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1278), 130

Hastings (Suss.), St. Mary's Coll., 60

Hatherley, Down, 148, 227

Hatherop, 1, 3, 44–6, 48–9, 53, 86–96, 121, 129
-, adv., 93–4
-, agric., 49–51, 87, 90–2, 101
-, char., 96
-, ch., 52, 76, 87, 93–6
-, ct., 2–3, 89, 91, 93
-, dom. archit., 87–8
-, farms, 91–2
-, fields, 91
-, inc., 92, 94
-, inns, 88
-, man. and est., 4, 7, 46, 48, 57, 59, 63–5, 88–94, 100, 114, 122, 124–5, 127
-, man. ho. (later Hatherop Cast.), 47 87, 90, 91, 92, 95
-, mills, 88, 90–2
-, Netherton (or Netherup), 3 86–7, 90, 92–3, 128
-, pk., 87–8, 122
-, poor-relief, 93
-, pop., 88
-, rectors, 92–5; and see Harford, Nat.; Hutchins, Ric.; James, Edm.; Jones, John; Pettat, Thos.
-, rectory, 52, 93–4, 126
-, rectory ho., 87–8, 94
-, roads, 87, 106
-, Roman Catholicism, 54, 88, 90, 95–6, 105
-, sch., 54, 88, 95–6, 129
-, trades, 92–3
-, vicarage, 93–4

Hatton, Wm., rector of Cranham, 209

Haudlo:
-, Alice de, 46
-, Edm. de, 46
-, Eliz. de, 46
-, Isabel, w. of Ric. de, m. 2 Rob. of Hillesley, 46
-, John de, 46, 89
-, Marg. de, m. John of Appleby, 46
-, Ric. de, 46

Haviland, fam., 201

Hawker:
-, Geo., 194
-, (or Ockford), Jos., 194
-, Ric., rector of Colesbourne, 191
-, Sam., 194

Hawkesbury, 39

Hawkins:
-, Hen., 183, 192
-, John, 49
-, Rob. (fl. 1496), 64
-, Rob. (fl. 1606), 49

Haycroft, Hawise atte, 228

Haycroft, see Syde

Haynes, Jas., 124

Hayward, Sam., 204–5, 208

Head, Joshua, 192

Hearle, Wm., 132

Hearne, Thos., 83

Heber-Percy, Cyril, 195

Helion:
-, Alice, see Berkeley
-, Wal., 181

Henderson:
-, Alex. Gavin, Ld. Faringdon, 16
-, C.M., 16
-, Lady Violet, 16

Hendley, Rob., 13

Hengham, Ralph de, rector of Fairford, 81

Henriques:
-, David, 26, 31
-, Mic., 31
-, Rob., 31

Henry I, 7, 67, 78, 204

Henry III, 111, 166

Henry IV (formerly Hen. of Lancaster), 15, 19

Henry V, 169

Henry VI, 147

Henry VIII, 74, 187 his wives, 16

Henry, rector of Eastleach Martin, 60

Henry the walker, 103

Henry, Augustine, 185

Herbert son of John, see FitzHerbert

Herbert son of Peter, see FitzHerbert

Herbert:
-, Eliz., see Berkeley
-, Sir Geo., 229
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke, 32, 89

Herdman, J.C., 153

Hereford, earls of, 185; and see Bohun, Hen., Humph. (d. 1322), and Humph. (d. 1373); Breteuil; FitzOsbern; Gloucester, Miles and Rog. of

Herefordshire:
-, manors in, 63
-, sheriff, 176
-, and see Aston Ingham; Bosbury; Dinedor; Dore Abbey; Dor- mington; Putley; Ross-on- Wye; Weobley; Weston under Penyard

Hesdin:
-, Ernulf of, 89, 92–3, 98, 100, 103
-, Maud of, m. Patrick de Chaworth, 89, 100, 103

Hewer, John, 100

Hey:
-, E.W.M.O. de la, rector of North Cerney, 162
-, R.M.O. de la, 153
-, Mrs. de la (fl. 1930), 153

Heydon:
-, Edw., rector of Coberley, 181
-, Francis, 39

Heyford, Upper (Oxon.), 20

Heylyn, Eliz., 109

Heyrun:
-, Wal., 56
-, Wm., 56
-, fam., 57–8

Hicks:
-, Eliz., m. Geo. Somerville, 154
-, Eliz., w. of Rob., see Vannam
-, John, 189
-, Rob., 154
-, Wm., rector of Coberley, 182
-, fam., 116

Hicks Beach:
-, Diana, 203
-, Henrietta Maria, see Beach
-, Lucy Cath., Ctss. St. Aldwyn, 47
-, Marjorie, Vctss. Quenington, 54
-, Mark, 203
-, (formerly Hicks), Mic., 28, 49, 53, 56, 94, 113, 131–2
-, Sir Mic. Edw., Vct. (and later Earl) St. Aldwyn, 45–9, 51, 54, 56–7, 123, 127–8
-, Sir Mic. Hicks, 32, 47, 49, 52, 57, 131–3
-, Mic. Hugh, Vct. Quenington, 45–6, 48, 53–4
-, Mic. John, Earl St. Aldwyn, 45, 48, 51–2, 94, 123–4, 127
-, Wm. Fred., 140, 149, 202–3
-, Wm. Whitehead, 203

Higford:
-, Dorothy, see Vampage
-, John, 186, 214

Higgs:
-, Eliz., see Bludder
-, Thos. (d. by 1649), 167, 170, 186–7
-, Thos. (fl. 1672), 186, 188
-, Wm., 167, 186–7

Highworth (Wilts.), 27, 97, 107

Hignell:
-, Anne, see Webb
-, John, 17

Hill:
-, Ric., rector of Eastleach Martin, 60
-, Wm., 116
-, Wills, earl of Hillsborough and Vct. Fairford, 74

Hillesden (Bucks.), 93

Hillesley:
-, Isabel of, see Haudlo
-, Rob. of, 46

Hillsborough, earl of, see Hill, Wills

Hinton:
-, R., and Sons, 113, 131, 133–4
-, Rob. (fl. 1850s), 30, 205
-, Rob. (fl. 1920), 59, 134
-, Wm. (fl. 1772, 1786), 205, 208
-, Wm. (d. c. 1812, another), 30
-, Wm. (fl. 1826), 30
-, fam., 132

Hinton Charterhouse (Som.), 89

Hitch, W.H., 216

Hitchman:
-, Edw., 104
-, Rob. (fl. 1327), 78
-, Rob. (fl. 1587), 102
-, Thos., 78
-, Wal., 105
-, fam., 100

Hodeknasse, fam., 165

Hodges, Jos. Hen., rector of Eastleach Martin with Eastleach Turville, 60

Hoffman, fam., 202

Hohler, Fred., rector of Colesbourne, 191

Hokyngton, Ralph de, rector of Quenington, 127

Holder, John Hooper, 153

Holland:
-, Joan, see Woodstock
-, Thos., 15

Holliday, Wm., 220

Hollingsworth, Jas., 116

Holmes, Jas., rector of Colesbourne, 191

Holwell (Oxon.), 56

Hooke:
-, Hen., rector of Brimpsfield, 148
-, Wm., 83
-, fam., 83

Hooper:
-, Jeremiah, 144
-, Thos., rector of Elkstone and of Syde, 217, 231

Horcott, see Kempsford

Horley and Hornton (Oxon.), 60

Horlick:
-, Sir Ernest Burford, 194, 213
-, Sir Jas., 193–6, 198–9, 213
-, Jos. Alex., 209
-, Peter, 201

Horningsham (Wilts.), see Longleat

horse-racing, 5, 110, 150

Horsley, Rog., 130

Horsley, 168

Horton:
-, Eleanor, m. Ric. Roberts, 213
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Blanch, 213
-, Humph., rector of Colesbourne and of Rendcomb, 191, 226
-, Sir John, 213–14
-, Thos. (d. 1693), 190, 213
-, Thos. (d. 1727), 213
-, Thos. (d. 1755), 213

Hospitallers, Knights, 1, 4, 76, 90, 122–3, 126–7, 132, 134, 154, 156–7, 223

Houghton:
-, Peter, 111
-, Thos., vicar of Southrop, 135

Howard:
-, Anne, see Bazley
-, Francis Phil., Ld. Howard, 89
-, Susan, m. W. Vicary, 89
-, Thos., earl of Arundel, 160

Howe:
-, Dorothy, 177, 181
-, Hen. Fred., Ld. Chedworth, 167, 177
-, Sir John (fl. 1652, 1660), 167
-, John, Ld. Chedworth (d. 1742), 62, 177
-, John, Ld. Chedworth (d. 1804), 167, 177, 216
-, John Grobham, 177
-, John Thynne, Ld. Chedworth, 167
-, Sir Ric., 167
-, Sir Ric. Grobham, 167–8
-, fam., 139, 177

Howes, see Howse

Howman, G.E., rector of Barnsley, 21

Howse (Howes):
-, C.J., 11
-, Esther, 31
-, John, 30–1, 35
-, Ric. (d. c. 1718), 31
-, Ric. (d. c. 1753), 31, 34–5
-, Ric. (d. c. 1766), 31
-, Ric. (d. 1808), 31
-, Thos. (fl. 1608), 31, 167
-, Thos. (d. 1760), 61, 69
-, Wm., 31
-, fam., 27, 30

Humphrey (fl. 1086), 74

Humphreys (Humphris):
-, Jos., 173
-, fam., 195

hundred and shire courts, exemption from, 197

Hunt, Ant., 47

hunting-horn, service of carrying, 140

Huntingdon, Frampton, vicar of Fairford, 86

Huntingford, Thos., vicar of Kemp- sford, 104–5

Huntley:
-, Cath., 213
-, Edm., 213
-, Geo. (d. 1580), 190, 213–14, 216
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1622), 213, 215
-, Hen., 213
-, Jas., rector of Elkstone, 213–15, 217
-, John (fl. 1542), 212
-, John (fl. 1611), 213
-, Wm., 213, 215, 217
-, fam., 214

Hutchins:
-, Ric., rector of Hatherop and of Quenington, 95, 127
-, Wm., 187

Hutchinson, Jas., 139, 194–5, 199

Hwicce:
-, earldorman of, 97
-, under-king of, see Aldred

Hyde, Baldwin, rector of Eastleach Martin, 60

Hydecourt manor, see Fairford

Hyett:
-, Edith, 223
-, Giles, 223

I.

Iles:
-, Albert, 72
-, Alex., 74
-, Augustine, 100
-, Ellen, 72
-, Ric., 100
-, fam., 100, 105

Independents, 13, 42, 84, 105, 128, 162, 173–4

industries, trades, and professions, see architects; agricultural engineers; agricultural machinery; agricultural merchants; attorneys; bellfounders; boat-building; brick-making; calico; charcoal- burning; cloth-mills and cloth- making; coal-merchants; corn- merchants; fisheries; gravel- working; malting; mercers; mills; paper-making; parchment- making; potteries; pumping machinery; quarries; saw-mills; surgeons; timber-merchants; wind- mills; wool-merchants and the wool trade; wool-staplers

Inglesham (Wilts.), 34, 98, 107, 110

Ingram:
-, Frances, m. John Rice, 47
-, Jas., rector of Cowley, 198
-, Jos., 47
-, Mary, 47
-, Sam., 47
-, Thos., 47

Innocent & Son, 117

Ireton:
-, Cath., see Powell
-, Hen., 48
-, fam., 128

Isabella, queen of Edw. II, 15, 111

J.

Jackson:
-, Edw., rector of Cranham, 209
-, John, 57, 64

Jacobs, Mr. (d. c. 1710), 42

James:
-, Anne, see Greenwood
-, Edm., vicar of Fairford and rector of Hatherop, 81
-, Horatio, vicar of Coln St. Aldwyns, 53

Jayne, Thos., rector of Rendcomb, 226

Jeffreys, Thos., 203; and see Gefferies

Jelf, Mr. (fl. 1959), 30

Jenner:
-, John, 132
-, Mary (fl. 1791, 1802), 132
-, Mary (fl. 1801, ? same as preceding), 102
-, Rob. (d. 1742), 132
-, Rob. (fl. 1770), 86
-, fam., 100

Jennings:
-, Jas., 194
-, Ralph, 47, 52

Jesus College, see Oxford

Jewson, Norman, 131, 220

Jobburne, Gilb., vicar of Chedworth, 173

John, count of Mortain, 221

John, s. of Edw. II, 111

John, Herbert s. of, see FitzHerbert

John son of Reynold, see FitzHerbert

John the chamberlain, 63–5

John the mason (? or John the quarryman), 66–7

Johnson:
-, Eliz., see Edwards
-, Eliz., m. John Jones, 203
-, Geo., 203
-, Hester, m. Wm. Walbank, 144, 203
-, Sarah, m.—— Wyatt, 203
-, Wm. (fl. 1687), 203
-, Wm. (d. 1750), 203

Jones:
-, Eliz., see Johnson
-, Francis J., 131
-, Geo., 210
-, Jas., 112
-, John (d. 1673), rector of Hatherop and of Quenington, 94–5, 127
-, John (fl. 18th cent.), 203
-, John Hampson, 105
-, Lewis, rector of Coberley, 181–2
-, Thos., 72

journeys for the king, service of making, 153

K.

Keble:
-, Clara, m. Hen. Bedwell, 65
-, Edm., 131
-, Eliz., w. of Ric., 65
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Eyloe, 132
-, Hen., 131
-, John (d. 1835), vicar of Coln St. Aldwyns, 53, 72
-, John, Tractarian leader, 53, 60, 72, 135
-, Mary (fl. 1718), m. Jos. Bedwell, 65
-, Mary (d. 1790), 132
-, Ric. (fl. 1598), 65
-, Ric. (d. 1636), 65
-, Ric. (s. of preceding), 65
-, Ric. (fl. 1706, another), 65
-, Rob., 132
-, Thos. (fl. 1612), 131
-, Thos. (fl. 1686), 132
-, Thos. (fl. 1718), 131
-, Revd. Thos. (fl. 1825), 135
-, fam., 132–3

Keck, Ant., 16

Keith, plate manufacturer, 20

Kellaways (de Cayley): Adam of (fl. 1232), 228
-, Adam of (fl. early 14th cent.), 228
-, John of, 143, 229
-, Mabel of, 228
-, Nic. of, 144
-, Rob. of, 228
-, Simon of, 228

Kemble, 186

Kemerton, 198

Kempsford, 1, 49, 96–105
-, adv., 103
-, agric., 100–2
-, airfield (R.A.F. Fairford), 4, 69, 73, 79, 85, 96–8, 102
-, char., 105
-, ch., 77, 81, 97, 100, 101, 103–5
-, ch. ho., 97, 103
-, Civil War incident, 97
-, ct., 2–3, 103
-, dom. archit., 97–8
-, Dunfield, 96–7, 101–3, 105
-, fair, 103
-, farms, 100, 102
-, fields, 101
-, Horcott, 85, 96–8, 100–3, 105
-, inc., 96, 100–2, 104
-, inns, 98
-, man., 71, 98–105
-, man. ho., 97, 99–100, 101
-, mkt., 103
-, meadows, 3, 9–10, 49–50, 57, 91, 101–2, 104, 132
-, mills, 97, 100, 102–3
-, nonconf., 105
-, poor-relief, 103
-, pop., 98
-, rectory, 100, 102–5
-, Roman Catholicism, 97, 105
-, royal visits, 98
-, sch., 97, 105
-, trades, 103
-, vicarage, 102–4
-, vicarage ho., 104
-, vicars, 104
-, Whelford, q.v.

Kempson, F.R., 227

Kencot (Oxon.), 76

Kendall, John, 144

Kennedy, Judge A.R., 25–7

Kent, John, 105

Kent, earls of, see Woodstock, Edm. (d. 1330), Edm. (d. 1331), and John of

Kent, see Canterbury

Kidderminster (Worcs.), 86

Kidlington (Oxon.), 33

Kimber:
-, Thos., 158
-, Wm., 153, 158
-, fam., 57, 158

Kinch, H.E., 56

King:
-, Edm., 125
-, John, 206
-, Mary, 206

King-Turner, Arthur Chas., 72, 74

Kingscote:
-, Nigel, 229
-, Rob., 229

Kingscote, 229

Kingston:
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1556), 47, 123, 204, 220
-, Ant. (d. 1591), 123, 204
-, Ant. (fl. 1617), 204
-, Chas., 204
-, Edm., 123, 204
-, Mary, w. of Wm., m. 2 Sherrington Talbot, 123, 204
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1540), 204, 220
-, Wm. (d. 1614), 123, 204

Kintbury (Berks.), 217

Kirkham Abbey (Yorks. E.R.), 213

Kitson, Rob., vicar of Southrop, 135

Knight, Thos., rector of Syde, 231

Knightley, Sir Valentine, 160, 221

Knights Hospitallers, see Hospitallers

Knipe, fam., 93

Knollys:
-, Francis, rector of Eastleach Martin, 60
-, Rob., vicar of Bibury, 40–1

Knox, Hen. Carnegie, vicar of Lechlade, 118

L.

Lacock Abbey (Wilts.), 4, 89–91, 94, 100, 154, 156–7

Lacy:
-, Agnes de, see Munchensy
-, Alice de, m. Thos. of Lancaster, 89
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, 89
-, Hugh de, 123, 126
-, Marg. de, 89
-, Margery de, m. John de Verdun, 63
-, Rog. de, 48–9, 63, 123
-, Sibyl de, 123
-, Wal. de (d. 1085), 63, 123
-, Wal. de (d. 1241), 63
-, fam., 67

Lambe:
-, Esther, see Barker
-, Jas., 75, 77, 82, 84
-, Isabel, 80 n

Lambert, Jas. Ant., 55

Lambeth (Surr.), 118

Lancashire:
-, cotton-manufacturers, 139
-, and see Bury; Manchester

Lancaster:
-, Alice of, see Lacy
-, Hen. of, earl of Lancaster (d. 1345), 98, 168–9
-, Hen. of, earl and later duke of Lancaster (d. 1361), 98, 168
-, Hen. of, see Henry IV
-, Mary, see Bohun
-, Maud, dau. of Hen., duke of Lancaster, 99
-, Maud, w. of Hen. of, see Chaworth
-, Thos. of, earl of Lancaster, 89, 168

Lancaster:
-, duchy of, 89, 130
-, dukes of, see Gaunt, John of; Lancaster, Hen. of
-, earls of, see Lancaster Hen. of (d. 1345); Lancaster Hen. of (d. 1361); Lancaster Thos. of

Lane:
-, Rob., see Bowes
-, Thos., rector of Brimpsfield and of Cranham, 148, 209

Langley, John, 76

Larthe, Mrs. L.P., 144

Latimer, Hugh, bp. of Worcester, 104

Latton (Wilts.), 10

Laurence, see Lawrence

Lawes, Rob. Bart., 200, 202–3

Lawrence (Laurence):
-, John, rector of Syde, 231
-, Thos., 7
-, Wm. (d. 1820), 178, 194
-, Wm. (d. 1837), 141
-, Wm. (fl. 1829, 1847), 143, 145, 231
-, Wm. Edwards, 178, 182, 194

Lawrie, Revd. W., 128

Lawson, V.A., 155, 220

Leach:
-, Ascelina of, 64
-, Joan of, m. John Paunton (and ? m. 2 Wm. Gore), 65
-, John of (fl. 1205), 64
-, John of (fl. 1346), 64
-, John of, a priest, 68
-, Ralph of (or Ralph Ascelin, fl. 1243), 64
-, Ralph of (fl. 1285, 1303), 64, 67
-, Ric. of, 64
-, Rob. of, 64
-, Wm. of, 64
-, fam., 63

Leach, riv., 3, 5, 44, 55, 61–2, 86–7, 106, 115, 129, 134

Leach, former name of the Eastleaches, Northleach, and Southrop, 1, 55–6, 61, 129

Lechlade:
-, Ralph of, 63
-, Wm. of, 63

Lechlade, 1, 4, 78, 106–21, 108, 132, 135
-, adv., 118
-, agric., 91, 113–15
-, bridges, 106–7, 124
-, borough, 4, 106–7, 115, 117
-, Butler's Ct., 109, 113–14, 119, 121
-, chant., 112, 119–20
-, char., 121
-, ch., 3, 77, 115, 118–20
-, ch. ho., 119
-, Civil War incident, 111
-, clubs and societies, 110
-, ct., 2–3, 117
-, dom. archit., 107, 109–10, 125
-, Downington, 109
-, fairs, 117
-, farms, 114, 133
-, hosp. (or priory) of St. John, 106, 112, 114–15, 117–20
-, ind., 115–16, 134
-, inns, 107, 110, 116
-, lectureship, 119
-, Lemhill, 106, 109, 112–14, 129
-, Little London, 107, 109
-, man., 107, 109–15, 117–18, 121
-, man. ho., 92, 106, 109–10, 112, 131
-, mkt., 50, 103, 106–7, 115, 117, 124
-, mills, 115, 121
-, nonconf., 68, 120
-, poor-relief, 118
-, pop., 110
-, priory, see Lechlade: hosp.
-, public services, 110–11
-, rectory, 118–19
-, river trade, 4, 102, 106, 109, 115–16
-, roads, 3, 24, 45, 69, 71, 87, 97, 106–7, 129, 165
-, royal visits, 111
-, sch., 120–1
-, streets, 107
-, trades, 115–16
-, vicarage, 118–19
-, vicarage ho., 119
-, vicars, 118–20; and see Bennett, Edw. Leigh; Bowles, Ric.
-, workhouse, 106, 118

Leckhampton, 178, 180–1

lectureship, see Lechlade

Lediard:
-, Mary Croft, 204
-, Sam., 203–4

Lee, Francis, 95

Leicester, hosp. (later coll.) of St. Mary, 98–9, 130, 163, 168, 170

Leicestershire, see Leicester; Lough- borough

Leigh:
-, Constance of, 154
-, John, rector of Barnsley, 20
-, Mabel of, see Mare
-, Maud of, 154
-, Wm. of, 154

Leigh, North (Oxon.), 16

Lemhill:
-, John, see Querndon
-, Rob., 112

Lemhill, see Lechlade

Lench, Rous (Worcs.), 198

Leppa (fl. 8th cent.), 21, 27

Leuric (fl. 1066), 30

Leversage:
-, Edm. (d. by 1422), 64
-, Edm. (d. 1508), 64
-, Eliz., 64
-, Rob. (d. 1464), 64
-, Rob. (d. 1549), 64
-, Wm. (d. 1485), 64
-, Wm. (fl. 1559), 64

Leversage's manor, see Eastleach Turville

Lewin (fl. 11th cent., two or three of the name), 212, 228

Lifely, Revd. John, 121

Lincoln, earl of, see Lacy, Hen. de

Lincolnshire, see Grimsby

Lingard, Asa, 213

Lingen:
-, Edw., 48
-, Joan, m. —— Shelley, 48–9
-, John, 48
-, Ralph, 48

Lire Abbey (Eure, France), 39, 137, 166, 169, 172

Llanthony Priory, 17, 139, 171, 184–5, 187–90, 200, 204, 214, 228, 230

Llewellyn, G.R.P., 213

Lloyd, Humph., rector of Elkstone, 215, 217

Loder:
-, Chas., 109
-, Francis, 121
-, Revd. John, 121
-, Rob., 121
-, fam., 109–10

Loggan, Muriel, see Oldisworth

Loholt:
-, Ellis (fl. 1140), 185
-, Ellis (fl. 1283), 186
-, John, 186
-, Wal. (fl. 12th cent.), 185
-, Wal. (fl. 1260, 1272), 186, 189–90
-, Wal. (fl. 1316), 186
-, fam., 189

London, John of, rector of Colesbourne, 191

London, 33, 60, 71, 86, 107, 152
-, Mercers' Co., 82, 84
-, named as an address, 28, 54, 56, 64, 83–4, 95, 111, 113, 119, 143, 155, 160, 167, 187, 194, 199, 221
-, river trade with, 4, 102, 107, 116–17
-, roads to, 3, 14, 71, 106–7, 115, 150
-, and see Westminster

London, Little, see Lechlade

Longdon (Worcs.), 182

Longespee:
-, Ela, m. 1 Thos. de Beaumont, earl of Warwick, 2 Phil. Bassett, 89, 167
-, Ela, w. of Wm., see Salisbury
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury, 89

Longleat (in Horningsham, Wilts.), 98–9

Longney, 194

Lord, John, vicar of Southrop, 132, 135

Loughborough (Leics.), 83

Lovegrove, Jos., 207

Lowe, Arthur, 187

Luckman, Sarah, 86

Lydiard Tregoze (Wilts.), 12

Lye, Nat., archdeacon of Gloucester and rector of Cowley, 198

Lygon:
-, Cath., see Dennis
-, Geo., 76, 81
-, Hen., 76
-, Ric., 76
-, Rog., 75–7, 81, 83, 154, 221
-, Wm., Earl Beauchamp, 83

Lyon, Jas. Wittit, 203

Lypiatt, Nether and Over, see Stroud

Lysons, Sam., 184

M.

Maisemore, 9

Maiseyhampton, 72, 81, 100, 125, 181

Malet, Peter, rector of Barnsley, 20

Malore, Steph., rector of Fairford, 81

malting, 51, 59, 102, 116

Malvern, Great (Worcs.), Priory, 57–60, 133

Manchester, 229

Mann, Wm., 201

Mansfield (Notts.), 155

March, earls of, see Mortimer, Edm.

Mare:
-, Amfelice de la, 221
-, Geof. de la, 28
-, John de la (fl. 1303, 1331), 221
-, John de la (d. by 1462), 221, 223
-, John de la (fl. 1480), 221
-, Mabel de la, m. Wm. of Leigh, 154
-, Parnel de la, 221
-, Rob. de la (fl. 1166), 221
-, Rob. de la (fl. 1204, ? another), 154
-, Rob. de la (fl. 1387), 221
-, Thos. de la (fl. early 13th cent.), 221, 223, 225
-, Thos. de la (fl. 1331), 221
-, Thos. de la (fl. 1390), 221
-, Wm. de la (fl. 1180s), 154, 221, 223
-, Wm. de la (fl. 1243), 154, 221
-, Wm. de la (d. by 1296, another), 154, 221
-, Wm. de la (fl. 1347), 221
-, fam., 153, 220, 222, 224–5

Margaret (of France), queen of Edw. I, 111

markets, see Brimpsfield; Fairford; Kempsford; Lechlade

Marsden, see Rendcomb

Marsh:
-, Jos., 187
-, Wm., 189

Marshal, Ric., earl of Pembroke, 28

Marston, Thos., 64

Marston Maisey (Wilts.), 20, 80, 132

Martin, David, bp. of St. David's, 130

Martley (Worcs.), 56

Martyr, Lt.-Col. C.G., 29–30

Massachusetts, 111

mason:
-, John the, see John
-, Simon the, see Simon

Masters, Sir Wm., 160

Matson:
-, Marg., see Berkeley
-, (? or Droys) Nic., 176
-, Phil. of, 200
-, Rob., 176

Matson, 200, 204

Matthews:
-, Ann, 113
-, Anne, 35
-, John, 31
-, Mary, m. John Paul Paul, 113
-, Ric. (d. 1620), 31
-, Ric. (d. 1669), 31
-, Ric. (fl. 1711), 31
-, Ric. (fl. 1728, s. of preceding), 31, 34
-, Thos. (fl. 1560), 93
-, Thos. (fl. 1728), 26, 35
-, fam., 27

Maud, Empress, 30, 89

Maud, queen of Wm. I, 63–4, 74

Mauduit:
-, Alice, 167
-, Wm., earl of Warwick, 167

Mauley, Ld. de, see Ponsonby, Wm. Francis Spenser

Mautravers, John, 143, 229

Mawley:
-, Rob., 122
-, Rob. S., 72
-, fam., 123

McCorquodale:
-, Malcolm, Ld. McCorquodale, 155
-, Yoskyl, see Gibb

Meade, Thos. Freer, 132

Mears:
-, C. & G., 83, 95, 105, 199
-, G., 54
-, T., 227

Mears and Stainbank, firm of, 209

medsep, custom called, 90

Meigh, P.G., 204

Mene:
-, Joan, w. of John, m. 2 Thos. Attwater, 3, Simon Raleigh, 186
-, John, 186, 214

mercers, 51, 67, 79, 115–16, 171

Mercians, kings of, see Beorhtwulf; Burgred

Metcalfe:
-, T.T.S., 155
-, Wm., rector of Brimpsfield and of Cranham, 141, 148, 209

Methodists:
-, Primitive, 42, 68–9, 84, 105, 162, 166, 173
-, Wesleyan, 13, 84 n, 120

Mewburn, Wm., 222

Meyrick, Jasper, 168

Meysi (Meysey):
-, Geof. de, 29
-, John, 223
-, Thos., 113

Mico, Jane, Lady Mico, 84–6

Middlesex, see Hackney; St. Mary- lebone; Stanmore, Great; Stepney

Middleton, John, 182

Midland and S.W. Junction rly., 138, 165

miller, Ric. the, see Richard

Milligan:
-, Jean, 155
-, Justinia, 155
-, Mary, 155
-, Rob., 155
-, Wm., 155, 158
-, fam., 218

Mills:
-, Dan., 132
-, Sarah, 132

mills, see Ablington; Arlington; Bibury; Brimpsfield; Cerney, North; Chedworth; cloth-mills; Coberley; Colesbourne; Coln St. Aldwyns; Cowley; Cranham; Eastleach Martin; Elkstone; Hatherop; Kempsford; Lechlade; Quenington; Rendcomb; saw- mills; Southrop; Whelford; wind- mills; Winson

Milton End, see Fairford

Milward:
-, Geo. (d. 1838), 112, 114, 121
-, Geo. (d. 1871), 112
-, Geo. (fl. 1873), 112

Minchinhampton, 132, 136, 148, 161, 186, 207

Miserden, 140, 143, 148, 200, 203, 207–8, 216, 219, 230
-, Wishanger, 152, 229

Mitchell:
-, Alex. Black, 123
-, Bridget, w. of Jas., 168
-, Bridget, m. Sam. Clutterbuck, 168
-, Eliz., m. Jacob Eltom, 168
-, Jas. (fl. 1682), 168
-, Jas. (d. by 1704, s. of preceding), 168
-, John, vicar of Fairford, 82
-, Mary, m. Geo. Small, 168
-, Violette, 123
-, Wm., 52

moated site, 97, 99

Mold (Flints.), 39

monk, Phil. the, see Philip

Montagu, John, earl of Salisbury, 167

Montagu, Vct., see Brown, Ant.

Monti, Raffaelle, 95

Moorcroft, Thos., vicar of Coln St. Aldwyns, 53

Moore, Wm. rector of Brimpsfield with Cranham, 147–8

Moreton, see Morton

Morgan:
-, Chas. (fl. 1731), 125
-, Chas. (d. 1755, another), 125
-, Chas. Tyrell, 72 n
-, Eliz., 77, 125
-, Henrietta, see Brett
-, Rob., 72, 125
-, Thos., 86
-, Wm. Hen., 194
-, Mrs., 84

Morris:
-, Jas., 64
-, John (fl. 1595), 64
-, John (fl. 1784), 203
-, Ric., rector of Barnsley, 20
-, Rob., 203
-, Wm., 23

Morrison, Ric., 123

Mortain, count of, see John

Mortimer:
-, Edm., earl of March (d. 1381), 143
-, Edm., earl of March (d. 1425), 15
-, Geof. de, 111
-, Isabel de, see Ferrers
-, Philippe, see Antwerp
-, Rog. de (d. 1214), 111, 117
-, Rog. de (fl. 1263), 111

Morton (Moreton):
-, Dorothy (fl. 1486), 113
-, Dorothy (fl. 1522, another), 17, 113
-, Eliz. of, w. of John of, 187
-, Eliz., m. 1 Sir Geo. West, 2 Ralph Rosier, 17, 113
-, John of (fl. 1303), 187
-, John (fl. 1774), 118
-, Ric., 125
-, Rob., 17, 113
-, Thos., 85
-, Wm., 17, 113

Moryn:
-, Rob. (fl. 1285), 64
-, Rob. (? same as preceding), 48
-, Simon, 64

Moss, John, 199

Moulton:
-, Edw., 207
-, Wm., 207

Mount Edgcumbe, earls of, see Edgcumbe

Mucegros, Rob., 222

Muggleton, Thos., 232

Mullings, Ric., 203

Munchensy:
-, (? or Agnes de Lacy), Agnes de, 123
-, Wm. de, 123

Mundubleil, Pain de, see Chaworth

Murdock, Rob., 112

Mury, Wm., 6

Musgrave:
-, Georgiana, m. Aubrey Wenman Wykeham, 16
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1814), 14, 16, 19, 21
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1858), 16, 21, 28, 31–2
-, Ric. Adolphus, rector of Barnsley, 20
-, Sir Wm. Augustus, 16, 20–1
-, fam., 14
-, and see Wykeham-Musgrave

Mymmes:
-, John, 49
-, Thos., 49

Mynors:
-, Gilb. de, 222
-, Rog. de, 222

N.

Nailsworth, 168

Naper, Jas. Lenox, see Dutton

Nash:
-, John, 16
-, Slade, 56, 58
-, Thos., 182, 198
-, Wm., 56, 58
-, fam., 201

National Star Centre, 178

National Trust, 23, 25, 163, 175

Naunton, 195, 225

Neale (Neel):
-, Edw., 20, 54, 182, 218
-, Thos., 222

Netherton (or Netherup), see Hatherop

Neville:
-, Anne, see Beauchamp
-, Isabel, m. Geo. Plantagenet, duke of Clarence, 75
-, Joan de, see Furnivalle
-, Ric., earl of Warwick, 75, 167
-, Thos. de, 63

New College, see Oxford

Newent Priory, 217

Newman:
-, Cath., see Poole
-, Jas., 170
-, John, 152

Newnton, Long (formerly Wilts.), 152, 160, 221

Newport, Hen., 67

Niblett, Francis, 217

Nicholson, Chris., vicar of Fairford, 81–2

Noel:
-, Ric., 154
-, Wm., 154

Norman:
-, Giles, 28
-, Rog., 28, 33
-, Rog. (s. of preceding), 28

Norris, Ric., 18

Northallerton (Yorks. N.R.), 178

Northamptonshire, see Fotheringhay Coll.

Northleach, 5, 55, 137, 174, 178, 180, 203
-, brewery, 7
-, grammar sch., 169, 172, 174
-, poor-law union, 11, 38, 52, 59, 67, 134, 172
-, roads to, 5, 24, 184, 210–11
-, rural district, 11, 38, 52, 59, 67, 134, 172

Northumberland, duke of, see Dudley, John

Norton, Rob., 148

Norton, Brize (Oxon.), 4, 7

Norwood, Hen., 178, 181

Norwood (Surr.), 173

Notgrove, 182

Nottinghamshire, see Mansfield

Nye, Conrad, vicar of Lechlade, 119–20

Nympsfield, 82

O.

Oakham (Rut.), 111

Oatridge:
-, Ann (fl. 1789), w. of Thos., 113
-, Anne (d. 1722 or 1723), 113
-, Cecily, see Poole
-, Dan. (fl. late 17th cent.), 152–3
-, Dan. (fl. 1758), 113
-, Eliz., see Poole
-, Hen. (fl. 1718), 153
-, Hen. (d. 1758, ? another), 113
-, John, 153
-, Miriam, 113
-, Rob. (d. by 1680), 113
-, Rob. (s. of preceding), 113
-, Sarah, 113
-, Simon (fl. late 17th cent.), 152–3
-, Simon (d. c. 1801), 113
-, Thos., 113, 121

Ockford, Jos., see Hawker

Ockhold, Ant., 230

Ockwell:
-, John Biddle, 144
-, Mary Ann, 149

Oddington, 82

Oldbury:
-, Adam of, 212
-, Wm. of, 214

Oldisworth:
-, Jas., 76, 86
-, John, 76
-, Muriel, m.—— Loggan, 76, 86
-, Rob., 76, 81
-, Wm., 76, 86

Ollney, John Harvey, 86, 121

Ordric (fl. 1086), 222

Oseney Abbey (Oxon.), 4, 8–9, 11, 13, 19, 23, 28, 32–3, 37–40

Osgod (fl. 1066), 98

Overtown, see Cranham

Owen, Ric. ap, see Richard

Owlpen, 228

Oxenford, Peter, 40

Oxford, 53, 60, 71, 81, 107, 119, 138
-, Brasenose Coll., 113
-, Christ Church, 8, 10–11, 32, 35
-, Corpus Christi Coll., 172
-, Gloucester Coll., 143
-, Jesus Coll., 160
-, New Coll., 113
-, Queen's Coll., 172
-, roads to, 3, 5, 14, 23, 175
-, St. Edmund Hall, 172
-, Sheldonian Theatre, 113
-, Trinity Coll., 231
-, University, 68, 93, 109, 113, 231
-, University Coll., 160
-, Wadham Coll., 131–6

Oxfordshire, see Bampton; Banbury; Bradwell; Broughton Poggs; Bruern Abbey; Burford; Chinnor; Deddington; Eynsham Abbey; Fulbrook; Heyford, Upper; Holwell; Horley and Horton; Kencot; Kidlington; Leigh, North; Norton, Brize; Oseney Abbey; Oxford; Rotherfield Greys; Studley Priory; Tackley; Taynton; Westwell; Witney

P.

Pace:
-, Ric. (d. 1838), 5, 49, 72, 94, 109, 116, 119–20, 181
-, his trade card, 93
-, Ric. (fl. 1856), 116

Packer, fam., 100

Page, Sir. Francis, 112

Paine (Payne):
-, Thos., rector of Cowley and of Syde, 198, 231
-, Rob., 19

Painswick, 140, 148, 175, 193–4, 200–1, 205–6, 208, 221
-, Ebworth, 204, 208

Painswick stream, 199, 201, 206

Painter, Ric., 159

Palling, fam., 142

Palmer, Albert John, 74, 76

Palmerius, rector of Hatherop, 94

Pancakehill, see Chedworth

paper-making, 125

parchment-making, 159

Parker:
-, Hen., 114
-, Jane, 49
-, Mic., 49

parks, see Barnsley; Brimpsfield; Fairford; Hatherop; Rendcomb; Williamstrip

Parr, Cath., see Catherine

Parry:
-, Brian, rector of Cranham, 209
-, Jane, 160, 221
-, and see Gambier Parry

Parsons:
-, Jas., rector of Eastleach Martin and of Brimpsfield, 60, 148
-, Ric., 120
-, Susanna, see Bathurst

Partridge:
-, Ant., 152
-, Hen., 229
-, John (fl. 1610), 152, 229
-, John (fl. early 18th cent.), 47
-, Martin, 146
-, Rob., 152
-, Theophila, see Fettiplace
-, Wm., 152, 229
-, fam., 139

Pate, Ric., 132

Patrick, Wm., 92

Paul:
-, John Paul, 113
-, Mary, see Matthews
-, Wal. Matthews, 113

Paunton:
-, Eliz., 64
-, Joan, see Leach
-, John (fl. c. 1400), 64
-, John (fl. 1489), 64
-, John (s. of preceding), 64
-, Wm., 64

Paunton's Court, see Eastleach Turville

Payne, see Paine

Pearce, Wm., 100

Pearson, J.L., 112

peculiar, see Bibury

Pembridge:
-, Alice of, 28
-, Hen. of, 176
-, John of (fl. 1327), 28
-, John of (fl. 1350, ? another), 28
-, Sibyl, see Plucknett

Pembroke, earls of, see Herbert, Wm.; Marshal

Pembrokeshire, see Stackpole Ellidor

Pendlebury, Thos., 144

Percy:
-, P., 8
-, Peter, 144
-, and see Heber-Percy

Percy, Ld., see Seymour, Algernon

Perrot:
-, Cassandra, 16
-, Hen., 16
-, Martha, dau. of Hen., 16
-, Martha, w. of Hen., see Bourchier
-, fam., 17, 19–20

Perrott's Brook, see Cerney, North

Perry, Albert, 27

Pershore Abbey (Worcs.), 137, 139, 194–8

Peter, Herbert s. of, see FitzHerbert

Peter, Reynold s. of, see FitzHerbert

Peters:
-, John Wm., rector of Quenington, 84, 127–8
-, Sam., 178, 180

Peto, Wm., 228–9

Pettat:
-, John, rector of Quenington, 127
-, Thos., rector of Hatherop and of Quenington, 95, 127

Phelps, Jas., rector of Brimpsfield with Cranham, 148

Philip the monk, 17

Phillips:
-, G.J., 10
-, John, rector of Coberley, 181
-, S.J., & Sons, 23 n, 27, 29–30, 35, 40, 123

Phipps, Wm., vicar of Lechlade, 119

Picardy, native of, 78

pillory, 1–2, 80, 117

Pinchin, fam., 201

Pinfold:
-, Edw., 125
-, Ric., 125

Pinkney (Wilts.), 27

Pinswell, see Coberley: Upper Coberley

Pitchcombe, 146

Pitt:
-, Cornelius, rector of Rendcomb, 226
-, Jas. (fl. mid 18th cent.), 195
-, Jas. (d. 1806), rector of Brimpsfield with Cranham, 147–8, 209
-, John, 195
-, Jos., 132, 143–5, 167, 170, 203, 208, 226, 229
-, Jos. (grds. of preceding), rector of Rendcomb, 226–7
-, Mary, 147

Place, Thos., 178

Plantagenet:
-, Cecily, dss. of York, 16, 112, 119–20, 147
-, Edw., 75
-, Geo., duke of Clarence, 75, 167
-, Isabel, see Neville
-, Ric., duke of York, 15, 208

Platt, Ric., 39

Plessis:
-, Edm. de, 15
-, Ela, 15
-, John de, 15
-, John du, earl of Warwick, 167
-, Maud, 15
-, Rob. de, 15, 17
-, fam., 16

Pleydell:
-, Edw., 216
-, Geo., 216
-, John, 230
-, Thos., 216

Plucknett:
-, Alan de, 176
-, Sibyl, w. of Alan, m. 2 Hen. of Pem- bridge, 176

Plymouth Brethren, 69, 128, 162, 183

Poer:
-, Rog. le, 187
-, Wal. le, 187
-, Wm. le (fl. late 12th cent.), 187
-, Wm. le (s. of preceding), 187, 189
-, fam., 189

Poland, refugees from, 69

Pole, Cath. de la, 143

Pons, Drew s. of, see Drew

Pons, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Pons, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Ponsonby:
-, Ashley Geo. John, 88–9, 95, 124
-, Barbara, see Ashley Cooper
-, Wm. Francis Spenser, Ld. de Mauley, 59, 89, 92, 94–6, 121 n, 124

Poole:
-, Abel, 221
-, Anne, m. John Giles, 152
-, Cath., w. of Nat. (d. 1641), m. 2 John Newman, 152
-, Cecily, m. Simon Oatridge, 152–3
-, Eleanor, 152
-, Eliz., m. Dan. Oatridge, 152–3
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., m. 2 John Bromwich, 152
-, Sir Giles, 47, 154
-, Nat. (d. 1641), 152–3, 157, 161
-, Nat. (fl. 1677), 216
-, Nat. (fl. 1721), 160, 221
-, Ric. (fl. 1593, 1610), 160, 220–1
-, Ric. (fl. 1638, another), 221
-, Ric. (fl. 1683, s. of preceding), 160, 221
-, Ric. (devisee of preceding), 221
-, Thos., 157
-, Wm. (d. 1625 or 1626), 152, 157, 160, 221
-, Wm. (fl. 1659), 152, 157
-, Wm. (d. 1665, another), rector of Elkstone and of North Cerney, 160–1, 215, 217
-, fam., 18, 139, 153

Pope:
-, Alex., 23
-, John, 17, 155
-, John Pearce, 213
-, Lucy, see Dutton
-, Thos., earl of Downe (d. 1660), 177
-, Thos. (fl. 1801), 102
-, fam., 100

Port way, 200

Porter, fam., 187

potteries, 139, 207

Pouger:
-, John (d. 1405), 223
-, John (fl. 1410), 223

Poulton (formerly Wilts.,), 47, 53

Powell (Powle):
-, Cath., m. Hen. Ireton, 48, 54, 129
-, Eliz., m. Chas. D'Oyley, 131
-, Eliz., w. of Revd. John, 131
-, Hen. (d. 1643), 48
-, Hen. (d. 1692), Speaker of the House of Commons, Master of the Rolls, 48, 123
-, Revd. John (d. 1731), 131, 135
-, John (fl. 1735), 48
-, Ric., 48
-, Mrs. S., 121
-, Wm., 123
-, fam., 54, 128

Poyntz:
-, Sir Ant., 212
-, Sir Francis, 212
-, Humph., 212
-, John, 212
-, Nic. (d. by 1460), 42, 212
-, Nic. (fl. 1487), 212
-, Sir Nic. (fl. 1539), 212
-, Rob. (fl. 1375, 1411), 212
-, Rob. (fl. 1428, ? same as preceding), 229
-, Rob. (d. c. 1521), 212
-, Thos., 217

Praed, Humph. Mackworth, 48, 125

Preedon:
-, Ric., 187
-, Thos., 187
-, fam., 187

prehistoric remains, 3, 5–6, 25, 86, 150–1, 174–5, 184, 193, 200–1

Prence, Thos., 111

Presbyterians, 42, 84, 209

Prestbury, 95, 198

Preston, Rob., 205

Preston (Crowthorne and Minety hundred), 80, 161

Prevost, Chas., 179

Price:
-, Barrington, 153
-, Mrs. G.M., 147, 213
-, Hugh, curate of Eastleach Turville, 68
-, Wm., vicar of Kempsford, 104

Prime, Hen., rector of Rendcomb, 226

Prinknash Park, 208–9

Prior, Wm., rector of Elkstone, 216–17

Prior-Wandesforde, H.W., 112

Pritchard, Phil., rector of North Cerney, 161

Pritchard-Rayner, G.H., 147

Proctor, Wm., 215

Protestant Nonconformists, see Baptists; Congregationalists; Independents; Methodists; Plymouth Brethren; Pres- byterians; Quakers

Pullen:
-, John (d. 1769), 112
-, John (fl. 1775), 112
-, Ric., rector of Hatherop, 94
-, Sarah, see Edwards
-, fam., 118

pumping machinery, manufacture of, 126

Purcell, Mrs., 118

Purdue, Rog., 95

Putley (Herefs.), 63

Q.

Quakers, 21, 47, 54, 84, 120, 199

quarries, 5, 18, 23, 36, 67, 146, 159, 171, 180, 197, 207, 212, 216

quarryman, John the, see John the mason

Queen's College, see Oxford

Quenington, Vct., see Hicks Beach, Mic. Hugh

Quenington, 1, 48, 52, 87, 90, 121–9
-, adv., 127
-, agric., 124–5
-, char., 129
-, ch., 52, 122, 126–8, 141
-, ct., 126
-, dom. archit., 122
-, farms, 92, 125
-, fields, 124–5
-, inc., 122, 125
-, ind., 4, 125–6
-, inns, 123
-, man., 48, 123–7
-, man. ho., 124
-, mills, 122, 125–6
-, nonconf., 128
-, poor-relief, 126
-, pop., 123
-, preceptory, 76, 90, 122–4, 126, 154
-, rectory, 52, 93, 126–7
-, rectors, 125, 127–8; and see Banner, Hen.; Hutchins, Ric.; Jones, John; Peters, John Wm.; Pettat
-, rectory ho., 122, 127
-, roads, 122
-, royal visits, 123
-, sch., 54, 96, 122, 128–9
-, trades, 126

Quercy, Cecily de, 29

Querndon:
-, (or Lemhill), John, 112
-, Marg., 112

R.

racing, see horse-racing

Radclyffe, Jas., earl of Derwentwater, 90

Radnorshire, M.P. for, 204

Radway:
-, Francis, 170
-, Giles, 159
-, John (fl. 1799), 159
-, John (fl. 1805, another), 170
-, Joshua Carby, 125
-, fam., 170

Raffles, John, rector of Colesbourne, 191

railways, see East Glos.; Midland and S.W. Junction

Rainton:
-, Geo., 111
-, Nic., 111, 119

Raleigh:
-, Geo., 118
-, Joan, see Mene
-, Simon, 186

Ramsbottom:
-, Esther, 229, 232
-, Harriet, 229, 232
-, Thos., 229

Randall:
-, Humph., rector of Brimpsfield, 148
-, John, vicar of Bibury, 40

Rapsgate, see Colesbourne

Rapsgate hundred, 137–9, 138, 184

Rawes, Jas., vicar of Chedworth, 173

Raymond-Barker:
-, Dan., 75
-, (formerly Raymond), John, 72, 75–6, 85, 125
-, John Raymond, 75, 83
-, Percy Fitzhardinge, 75
-, Reg., 75

Rayner, see Pritchard-Rayner

Read (Reade, Reed):
-, Edw., 202
-, J., 73
-, Nic., 120

Reading (Berks.), 61, 120, 222

Ready (later Colston), Alex., 31, 34, 52, 79, 86

Redmarley D'Abitot (formerly Worcs.), 198

Reed, see Read

Reeve, Thos., 187

Remphrey (fl. early 12th cent.), 79

Regenbald, Elward s. of, see Elward

Rendcomb, 14, 29, 31, 80, 137, 150, 152, 157, 218–27
-, adv., 226
-, agric., 223–5
-, airfield, 166, 219
-, char., 227
-, ch., 205, 226–7
-, ct., 137, 159, 225
-, dom. archit., 219–20
-, Eycot, 1, 37, 137, 139, 219–20, 222–6
-, chap., 219, 226
-, farms, 224
-, fields, 224
-, inc., 224, 226
-, man. and est., 150–6, 158, 160, 168, 169–70, 188, 218–26
-, man. ho., 220–2; and see Rendcomb: Rendcomb Pk. ho.
-, Marsden (partly in Chedworth), 137, 166, 169–70, 188–9, 218, 220, 223–5
-, mills, 219, 225
-, pk., 218–19, 222, 225
-, poor-relief, 225–6
-, pop., 219–20
-, rectors, 221, 224, 226–7; and see Broad; Horton, Humph.; White, Geo.
-, rectory, 191, 226
-, rectory ho., 219, 226
-, Rendcomb Coll., 219, 222, 226–7
-, Rendcomb Pk. ho., 139, 204, 219, 222, 227
-, roads, 151, 184, 211, 219
-, royal visit, 222
-, sch., 219, 227
-, trades, 225
-, woodland, 218, 224–5

Reynold, John s. of, see FitzHerbert

Reynold son of Peter, see FitzHerbert

Reynolds, Mary, 209

Rice:
-, David, vicar of Bibury, 40
-, Frances, see Ingram
-, Francis Wm., Ld. Dynevor, vicar of Fairford, 82
-, John, 47

Rich:
-, Anne, 153, 221
-, Edw., 153, 157
-, Edw. Pickering, 153
-, Rob., 162
-, Sam., rector of North Cerney and of Elkstone, 157, 160–1, 217
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1647), 153, 157, 161–2, 221
-, Thos. (d. 1705), 153, 221
-, Wm., 153

Richard, earl of Cornwall, 111, 117–18
-, Sanchia, his w., 118

Richard, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Richard ap Owen, 29, 36

Richard son of Pons, 56–7, 59–60
-, Maud, his w., 56

Richard the miller, 59

Richard the slater, 59

Richards, Thos., 85

Richardson:
-, Alan, 131, 178
-, Mary, see Sandys
-, Mrs. M.G., 131

Richardson-Gardner, Rob., 149, 194, 199

Richings, Thos., 207

Richmond, ctss. of, see Tudor, Marg.

Rickards, Ric., 100

Ridler:
-, Nat., 229
-, Sam., rector of Cranham, 209, 229
-, Wal., 229

Riggs, Thos., 111

Riley:
-, Athelstan, 208
-, Q.T.P.M., 208

riots, 27, 59, 74

Rissington, Wick, 40, 168

Rivet (Ryvett):
-, John, rector of Cowley, 198
-, Wm., 187, 190

Roach, fam., 135

roads, ancient and major, see Akeman Street; Calf way; Ermin Street; Foss way; Port way; salt-ways; Welsh way; White way

Robbins, see Robins

Robert, earl of Gloucester, 79

Robert son of Gregory, 221

Robert the chaplain, 67

Robert the clerk, 181

Roberts:
-, Eleanor, see Horton
-, Ric., 213
-, Thos., curate of Aldsworth, 12

Robins (Robbins):
-, G.A., 109, 120
-, John, 204
-, Thos., 204
-, fam., 171

Robinson:
-, Ant., 83
-, John, 187
-, Wm., 213

Rochford:
-, Alice of, 176
-, Isabel, see Berkeley
-, Thos. of, 176

Rodborough, 194

Rodmarton, 63, 161

Roe, Sir Thos., 131, 220, 227

Roger son of Warin, 169

Rogers:
-, Jas., 213
-, Rob., 218
-, Thos., 18
-, fam., 212

Rogers Coxwell, Chas., see Coxwell Rogers

Roman Catholics, 54, 84, 88, 90, 95–7, 105, 112

Roman remains, 13, 24, 141, 163, 175, 184, 193, 212

Romsey Abbey (Hants.), 39

Rose, Ric., 79

Rosier:
-, Eliz., see Morton
-, Ralph, 17

Ross-on-Wye (Herefs.), 105

Rotherfield Greys (Oxon.), 130

Rowden, Rob., rector of Coberley, 182

royal visits, see Brimpsfield; Coberley; Fairford; Kempsford; Lechlade; Quenington; Rendcomb

Rudford, 217

Rudhall:
-, Abel, 61, 120, 128
-, Abraham, 41, 54, 95, 105, 162, 173, 192, 199, 209, 218
-, John, 68, 105, 120, 162, 173, 199, 209
-, Thos., 42, 135
-, fam., 83

Russel (Russell):
-, Adam, vicar of Lechlade, 119
-, Alice, 222
-, Basile, 222
-, John (fl. 1232), 222
-, John (fl. early 14th cent.), 222
-, John (fl. 1524), vicar of Coln St. Aldwyns, 53
-, Sir John (fl. 1554), 59
-, Margery, m. John le Brun, 222
-, Rob. (fl. 12th cent.), 222
-, Rob. (fl. 1241), 222
-, Wm., 222

Rutland, see Oakham

Ryvett, see Rivet

S.

Sackville:
-, Barbara, 27
-, Eliz., m. Edm. Warneford, 27, 35, 113
-, Hen., 27–8, 39, 113
-, John (d. 1647), 27
-, John (fl. 1685), 27
-, Kath., 27–8, 43, 113
-, Ric., 27
-, Sir Thos., 27, 32, 39, 40

Sadler:
-, Thos., 206
-, fam., 201–2

St. Aldwyn:
-, Earl, see Hicks Beach, Sir Mic. Edw. and Mic. John
-, Vct., see Hicks Beach, Sir Mic. Edw.

St. Clotilde, order of, 112

St. David's, bp. of, see Martin

St. Edmund Hall, see Oxford

St. George, Fulk of, 17

St. John, H.F., 104

St. Marylebone (Mdx.), 186

St. Philibert:
-, Ada de, 130
-, Hugh de, 130
-, John de (d. c. 1333), 130
-, John de (fl. 1353), 130
-, Marg. de, 130
-, fam., 132–4

St. Quintin:
-, Herbert of (fl. 1205), 63
-, Herbert of (fl. 1285), 63
-, Wm. of, 63
-, fam., 64

Salisbury:
-, Ela of, m. Wm. Longespee, 89
-, Patrick of, earl of Salisbury, 89
-, Sibyl of, see Chaworth
-, Wal. of, 89
-, Wm. of, earl of Salisbury, 89

Salisbury, earls of, see Cecil; Longespee, Wm.; Montagu, John; Salisbury, Patrick and Wm. of

Salisbury, bp. of, see Barrington, Shute; Gilbert, John

salt-ways, 3, 24, 45, 69, 87, 106, 109, 129, 211, 228

Salwey, Wm., vicar of Fairford, 81

Sandford, Wm., rector of Hatherop, 95

Sandhurst, 179

Sandys:
-, Sir Edwin Bayntun, 203
-, Mary, w. of Sir Miles, m. 2 —— Richardson, 143
-, Sir Miles (d. by 1641), 143
-, Miles (d. 1697), 143–4
-, Sam., 204, 208
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1641), 143, 149
-, Wm.(fl. 1663), 208
-, Wm. (d. 1712), 143
-, Windsor (d. 1729), 143, 204
-, Windsor (fl. 1740), 143, 203

Sapperton, 154

Saunders, Frances, 65

Savory:
-, John(d. 1826), 79
-, John (s. of preceding), 79

saw-mills, 51, 146, 189, 197

Sawyer, Rob., vicar of Chedworth, 173

Saxon cemetery, 71

Scott:
-, Sir Gilb., 41
-, John, earl of Eldon (d. 1854), 167
-, John, earl of Eldon (d. 1926), 163, 167–8
-, Marianne, m. Hen. Addington, Vct. Sidmouth, 167
-, Sir Wm., Ld. Stowell, 167

scribe, Adam the, see Bidford

Scriven:
-, Edw., 82
-, John, 82

Scudamore, John, 76

Searchfield, Rowland, rector of Eastleach Martin, later bp. of Bristol, 60

Senhouse, Peter, rector of Barnsley, 20

serjeanty, 30, 168

Serlo, abbot of Gloucester, 46

services, customary, see hunting-horn; journeys for the king; medsep; serjeanty; wardstaff; writs, service of carrying

Severn, Arthur, 23, 36

Severn, riv., 116, 163

Sewen, John, rector of Cranham, 209

Seymour:
-, Algernon, Ld. Percy, 100
-, Thos., Ld. Seymour, 154, 203

Shareshull, Wm. de, 28

Sharington, Sir Wm., 32, 89, 91

Sheen Priory (Surr.), 39, 169, 172

Sheldon, Gilb., abp. of Canterbury, 113

Sheldon, Wm., vicar of Bibury, 40

Shellard, Thos., rector of Rendcomb, 227

Shelley:
-, Joan, see Lingen
-, Percy Bysshe, 111
-, Mr. (fl. late 16th cent.), 48

Sheppard:
-, John, 186
-, Phil. (fl. 1680, 1713), 186, 189
-, Phil. (d. 1738, s. of preceding), 186
-, Sam., 186

Sherborne, Ld., 6–8, 10; and see Dutton

Sherborne, 4, 6–7, 10–11, 24, 27–9, 109, 113, 177

Shiffner:
-, Sir Geo., 47
-, Mary, see Bridger

Shipman, John, vicar of Fairford, 82

Shipside, fam., 154

Shipton Solers, 39

Shiredge, Thos., rector of Eastleach Turville, 68

Short, John, 130

Shottesbrook (Berks.), 99

Shrivenham (Berks.), 132, 216

Shurdington, 20, 175, 178, 193–4, 200, 203

Shurmur, Jas., 21

Siddington, 76, 80, 111

Sidmouth, Vct., see Addington, Hen.

Simon (fl. 1255), 221

Simon the mason, 67

Simonds, S.P.H., 229

Simons, Ann., 120–1

Sinclair, Margery, see Wills

Siston, 176

Siward (fl. 1066), 111

Siward:
-, Philippe, see Beaumont
-, Ric., 166

Skinner, Thos., rector of Quenington, 127

slater, Ric. the, see Richard

Slessor, Wm., rector of Hatherop, 94

Sly, Ric., 173

Small:
-, Geo., 168
-, John, 168
-, Jos., 56–7
-, Mary, see Mitchell
-, Ric., 168
-, Viner, 56, 58, 60

Smart, Ric., 35

Smith:
-, Chas. Royds, 131–2
-, Hen., rector of Eastleach Martin, 60–1
-, Mary, 94
-, Rob., rector of Cowley, 198
-, ——(? Thos.), 84
-, fam., 171

Smithyer, John, 43

Soane:
-, John (fl. 1650), 60
-, Sir John, architect, 48, 75

Sodbury, Little, 203

Sollace:
-, Jane, 188
-, Mary, m. Ant. Edwards, 188
-, Ric., 188

Sollers:
-, Isabel de, see Stoke
-, John de, 31
-, Simon de (fl. before 1278), 31
-, Simon de (fl. 1285, 1322, another), 31
-, Thos. de, 31
-, Wm. de, 214

Somerford Keynes (formerly Wilts.), 80

Somerset, see Camel, West; Dinder; Hinton Charterhouse; Wells

Somerville:
-, Eliz., see Hicks
-, Geo., 154
-, Jane, 154
-, Jas. Curtis, 154
-, (formerly Fownes), Jas. Somerville, 154
-, Wm., vicar of Bibury, 41, 154, 158
-, fam., 158

Sor:
-, John le (fl. 1233), 28
-, John le (d. c. 1300), 28
-, Rob. le, 28

Souldrop (Beds.), 134 n

Southampton, 28

Southrop, Wm. of, 131

Southrop, 1, 3, 31, 55, 95, 129–36
-, adv., 134–5
-, agric., 101, 132–4
-, airfield, 129–30
-, char., 136
-, ch., 129, 134–5, 141
-, ct., 131, 133–4
-, dom. archit., 129–30
-, farms, 113, 133
-, fields, 133
-, Freehold, the, 131
-, inc., 55, 57–8, 129, 133
-, ind., 59
-, inns, 130
-, man., 57, 130–5
-, man. ho., 129, 131, 133–4
-, mill, 134
-, nonconf., 135
-, poor-relief, 134
-, pop., 130
-, rectory, 132, 134
-, sch., 61, 132, 136
-, Stanford Fm., 109, 129, 131–3
-, trades, 134
-, vicarage, 60, 67, 134–5
-, vicarage ho., 135
-, vicars, 135–6; and see Lord

Sparkes (Sparks):
-, Edw., vicar of Fairford, 82
-, Rob., 78
-, Wm., 78

Spicer, Hen., 113

Spot, Wulfric, 7

Stackpole Ellidor (Pemb.), 94

Stafford:
-, Anne, see Woodstock
-, Edm., earl of Stafford 19, 220
-, Edw., duke of Buckingham and earl of Stafford (d. 1521), 220, 226
-, Edw., Ld. Stafford (d. 1603), 160, 220
-, Edw., Ld. Stafford (d. 1625), 160
-, Eleanor, 220
-, Hen., Ld. Stafford (d. 1563), 220
-, Hen., Ld. Stafford (d. 1637), 160
-, Hugh, earl of Stafford, 63
-, Sir Humph. (fl. 1547), 31, 154, 168, 221
-, Sir Humph. (s. of preceding), 221
-, John, 31
-, Marg., see Audley
-, Marg., see Tame
-, Mary, 153
-, Ralph, earl of Stafford, 220
-, Thos., earl of Stafford, 220
-, Ursula, 220, 226
-, fam., 153, 156–7, 161, 222–3, 225

Staffordshire:
-, coal trade, 116
-, and see Burton Abbey

Standish, 212

Stanford Fm., see Southrop

Stanley:
-, Chas., 16
-, F.W., 155

Stanley, King's, 64, 203, 209

Stanley, Leonard, Priory, 181

Stanmore, Great (Mdx.), 16

Stephens:
-, Chas., 124
-, Edw., 203
-, H.H., 168
-, Thos.(fl. 1597), 203
-, Thos. (fl. 1650), rector of Syde, 231
-, Thos. (fl. 1661, another), 203

Stepney (Mdx.), 84

Stirling, Chas., 207

Stock, Chas., 209

Stockwell, see Cowley

Stoke:
-, Alice of, m. Rob. Archer, 30
-, Isabel of, m. Simon de Sollers, 30
-, Marg. of, see Cormeilles
-, Wal. of, 30
-, Wm. of, 17

Stoke Gifford, 221–2

Stondon (Essex), 127

Stone:
-, John (fl. 1568), 43
-, John (fl. 1586, 1605, another), 186

Stonehouse, 95, 127, 221

Stowell, Miles of, 171

Stowell, Ld., see Scott, Sir Wm.

Stowell, 163, 167–8, 172–3, 177

Strahan, Wm., 39

Strange, John, vicar of Fairford, 81

Stratton, 203

Street, G.E., 104–5

Strong, Valentine, 75, 83

Stroud, Thos., 154

Stroud, 107, 141, 149, 175, 201–2, 220
-, Brimscombe, 116, 168
-, district, 208
-, Nether Lypiatt, 147
-, Over Lypiatt, 203
-, poor-law union, 208
-, rural district, 208

Studley Priory (Oxon.), 76

Sudeley, 181

surgeons, 79, 116

Surrey, see Croydon; Epsom; Lambeth; Norwood; Sheen Priory; Tooting

Surtees, Mat., rector of North Cerney, 161

Sussex, see Grinstead, East; Hamsey; Hastings

Sutton, John, 206

Swayne:
-, Bridget, 132
-, Wm., 132

Swetnam, Rannulph, vicar of Southrop, 135

Sweyn (fl. 11th cent.), 185

Swindon (Wilts.), 4, 79, 97, 107, 117, 161
-, Gas Co., 73, 111

Syde, Wm. of, 231

Syde, 137, 144, 152, 216, 227–32
-, adv., 230
-, agric., 230
-, chant., 228, 231
-, char., 232
-, ch., 141, 230–1
-, ch. ho., 229
-, dom. archit., 228
-, farms, 230
-, fields, 230
-, Haycroft, 228
-, man., 142–3, 228–32
-, man. ho., 229, 232
-, poor-relief, 230
-, pop., 228
-, rectors, 230–2; and see Hooper, Thos.; Paine, Thos.
-, rectory, 147–8, 216, 230–1
-, rectory ho., 228, 231
-, sch., 232

T.

Tackley (Oxon.), 20, 118

Talbot:
-, Mary, see Kingston
-, Sherrington, 123, 204

Tame:
-, Cath., see Dennis
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1534), 20 n, 29, 31, 49, 64, 75–6, 78, 82, 123, 169, 220–1, 227
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1544), 29, 31, 36, 75–6, 90, 154, 157, 168–9, 221–3, 226
-, Eliz., 31, 75–6
-, Isabel, 29
-, John (fl. 1416), 78
-, John (fl. mid 15th cent., ? another), 78
-, John (d. 1500, s. of preceding), 4, 29, 49, 69, 75–6, 78, 82–3, 157
-, Marg., m. 1 Sir Humph. Stafford, 2 Sir John Cope, 31, 154–5, 168, 221
-, Wm., 156
-, fam., 14, 71

Tawney:
-, John, 26
-, Sam., 26
-, Thos., 43

Taylor:
-, Editha, 222
-, Jas., 222, 225
-, Jas. Herbert, 222
-, John (fl. 1768), 35
-, John (fl. 1927, bellfounder), 83
-, J.W., 7
-, Molly, 42
-, Thos., rector of North Cerney and vicar of Fairford, 81, 153, 161, 220
-, fam., 142

Taynton (Oxon.), 75

Tempest, Thos., 132

Temple:
-, Nic., 7, 204
-, Reg. Willock, 204
-, Wm. Hen., 204

Tenbury (Worcs.), 135

Testwood (Hants), 131

Tetbury, 49, 64, 78, 113, 138, 175, 191, 211, 228

Tewkesbury, 48, 74, 116, 194
-, abbey, 65, 67, 76, 80–1, 155, 157 ch., 62, 68
-, district, 147, 181, 197

Thames, riv., 3, 96–7, 103, 106–7, 110, 115–16, 174

Thames and Severn canal, 3, 96, 103, 106–7, 116

Thomas, abp. of York, 178

Thomas:
-, Jenkin, 124, 128
-, John, 74
-, Mary Harriet, see Tombs
-, Wm. (fl. 15508), 76
-, Wm. (fl. early 18th cent.), 125
-, Wm.(d. 1859), 72–3

Thompson, fam., 83

Thornbury, Wm. of, rector of Colesbourne, 191

Thornbury, 63

Throckmorton, Rob., 29 n

Thynne:
-, Sir Egremont, 187
-, Francis, 99
-, Sir Hen. Fred. (d. 1680), 99–100, 105
-, Hen. Fred. (fl. 1767), 99
-, Sir John (d. 1580), 99, 104
-, John (s. of preceding), 99
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1639), 99
-, Sir Thos., Vct. Weymouth (d. 1714), 71, 99–100, 104–5
-, Thos., Vct. Weymouth (d. 1751), 99–100, 105
-, Thos., marquess of Bath (d. 1796), 100
-, Thos., marquess of Bath (d. 1837), 100
-, fam., 4, 98

timber-merchants, 103, 146, 180, 207

Tironneau Abbey (Sarthe, France), 98

Tocknell, Wal., 201

Todd:
-, Edw. Hallet, 12
-, Wm., 202

Toddington, 75, 167

Tombs:
-, Jas., 124
-, J.T., 113
-, Mary Harriet, m. Jenkin Thomas, 124
-, fam., 123

Tooting (Surr.), 173

Toppes:
-, Denis, 111–12
-, Dorothy, 111
-, Thos., 111

Tormarton, 95

'Tornisham', 33

Tostig, Earl, 130

Tothale, And. de, rector of Quenington, 127

Tovey, fam., 78

Townsend:
-, Alex., 136
-, Ann, m. D.M. Backhouse, 89
-, Chas., 194
-, Clarence H.S., 89
-, John (d. 1458), 115, 120
-, John (d. 1976), 89
-, Sophia, 89
-, Theyer, 194, 199

Toynbee, Revd. J.W.H., 16

Tracy:
-, Sir John (d. 1591), 75, 167
-, Sir John, Vct. Tracy (fl. 1643), 75, 167
-, Sir Rob., 75, 77

Tredington (Worcs.), 217

Trinder:
-, Chas., 56
-, Jane (fl. 1681), 56
-, Jane (fl. 1694, ? another), 27
-, John, 56
-, Wm., 57

Trinity College, see Oxford

Trotman, fam., 201

Trye, Hen. Norwood, 178

Tryon, Thos., 27, 36, 43

Tubb, Francis, 132

Tuckwell:
-, John (d. 1826), 131–2
-, John (fl. 1828), 131–2
-, fam., 66, 133

Tudor, Marg., ctss. of Richmond, 185

Tuffley, Hen., 168

Tufnell:
-, C.J.R., 155
-, Eleanor, see Falconer

tumbril, 1–2, 80, 117

Turkdean, 11–12, 32–3

Turner, Wm., 120; and see King- Turner

Turold, Gilb. s. of, see Gilbert

Turpin, Wm., 166, 169

Turstin (fl. 1086), 228

Turville:
-, Galiana de (? same as Galiana, w. of Rob. Gerbert), 63–4, 67
-, Rob. de, 63
-, fam., 61

Twyniho, John, 75, 113, 119–20

Tyler, Thos., 132

Tyndale, Thos., 153–4

Tytherington, 227

U.

Ullenwood, see Coberley

Ulster, earl of, see Antwerp, Lionel of

Uluuard (fl. 1066), 89

Underwood, Eliz., 121

University College, see Oxford

Unton:
-, Anne, see Dudley
-, Sir Edw., 167
-, Sir Hen., 75

Upton St. Leonards, 200, 204–5, 209–10

V.

Vampage:
-, Anne, w. of John (d. 1548), m. 2 Sir Thos. Baskerville, 186
-, Dorothy, m. 1 —— Higford, 2 Thos. Winchcombe, 186
-, Eleanor, 186
-, Eliz., 186
-, John (fl. 1435), 186
-, John (s. of preceding), 186
-, John (d. 1502, s. of preceding), 186
-, John (d. 1548), 186, 214
-, Rob., 186
-, fam., 214

Vance, Wm., rector of Colesbourne, 191

Vannam:
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Hicks, 154
-, John, vicar of Bibury, 41, 154
-, John (s. of preceding), 154

Vansittart:
-, Arthur (d. 1829), 99
-, Arthur (fl. 1841), 99
-, Rob., 99

Vaughan, Eric Wm. Bowman, 44

Vaux, Bowyer, 47

Veel, Wm., 155

Verdun:
-, Joan de, m. Thos. de Furnivalle, 63
-, John de, 63
-, Margery de, see Lacy
-, Tibbald de (d. 1309), 63–4
-, Tibbald de (d. 1316), 63
-, fam., 48

Verey, D.C.W., 14, 36

Verney:
-, Francis, 49, 64
-, Geo., 49
-, Ric. (fl. 1574), 49
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1604, ? same as preced- ing), 64

Vestey:
-, Sam., 167
-, fam., 163

vetitum namium, 37

Vey, John, 229

Vicary:
-, Susan, see Howard
-, W., 89

Victoria, Queen, 83

Viner, Sir Thos., 152

Vokins:
-, Cath., 124
-, John (d. c. 1710), 124
-, John (d. 1714), 124
-, Ric., 132
-, Wm., 124

W.

Waals, Peter, 210

Wace, Rob., 121

Wadham, Dorothy, 131

Wadham College, see Oxford

Waerfrith, bp. of Worcester, 28, 38

waif, 1

Waine:
-, Giles, 8
-, John, 8
-, John Chas., 7–8
-, Thos. (d. 1815), 8, 10
-, Thos. (d. 1849), 8
-, fam., 8

Wait:
-, Wilfrid, 141, 144
-, Wm. Killigrew, 144

Wakefield, John, 124

Walbank:
-, Abraham, 144, 180
-, Anne, see Blanch
-, Hester, see Johnson
-, Mat. (d. 1721), 142, 144, 180
-, Mat. (d. 1761), 144
-, Sam., 155, 158, 213
-, Wm., rector of Cranham, 144, 203, 209

Walden, John, rector of Barnsley, 20

Wales, drovers from, 14, 71–2

Waleys, Sir Ingram, 89

Walgarcote, Thos., prior of Chetwode, 40

Walker:
-, V., 30
-, Wm. (fl. 1381), 225
-, Wm. (fl. 1744), rector of Barnsley, 20
-, fam., 206

walker, Hen. the, see Henry

Wall:
-, Geof., vicar of Chedworth, 173
-, John, rector of Eastleach Martin, 60

Wall Farm, see Aldsworth

Waller & Son, 41, 120, 161–2, 173

Wallingford (Berks.), coll. of St. Nic., 112, 119

Walmsley, Mrs. D.D., 204

Walrond:
-, Isabel, see Berkeley
-, Rob., 176
-, Wm., 176

Walter (fl. 1086), 220, 223

Walter son of Pons, 130

Walter son of Richard (or Wal. de Clifford), 56

Walters, John, 27

Wandesforde, see Prior-Wandesforde

Wane:
-, Jonathan, 72
-, fam., 83

Ward, John, 109

wardstaff, 3, 137

Warin, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Warneford:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Estcourt Cresswell, 27, 43
-, Edm., 27
-, Eliz., see Sackville

Warneford Diocesan Charities, 12

Warner, John, 182

Warre:
-, Cath., 223
-, John, 223

Warren:
-, Joan, 64
-, Sir Ralph, 64
-, Ric., 64
-, Wm., rector of Rendcomb, 226–7

Warwick, duke of, see Beauchamp, Hen. de

Warwick, earls of, 139, 168, 171; and see Beauchamp; Beaumont; Dudley, John; Mauduit, Wm.; Neville, Ric.; Plessis, John du

Warwickshire, see Birmingham; Compton, Fenny

Waterston, John Hamilton, 178

Wates, Thos., curate of Eastleach Turville, 68

Wateville:
-, Hawise de, 187
-, Maud de, 187

Watson:
-, Jas., rector of Hatherop, 94
-, John, bp. of Winchester, 130
-, Marmaduke, 128

Weare:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Chamberlayne Coxe, 187
-, Eliz., 187
-, Geo., 187
-, Mary, 187

Weaver, John, 111

Webb:
-, Anne, w. of John, m. 2 John Hignell, 17
-, Geof., 83
-, John (d. 1582), 17
-, John (d. 1586), 17
-, Sir John (d. 1700), 89, 93
-, Sir John (d. 1745), 89, 93 n, 95
-, Sir John (d. 1797), 7, 45, 48, 50, 57, 65–6, 68, 88–90, 92, 94, 96, 122
-, Mary, see Blomer
-, Thos. (d. 1559), 17
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1763), 89, 94
-, fam., 65–6, 88

Weedon:
-, Edw., 194
-, Mary, 141, 194

Weeks:
-, John, 207
-, Wm., 31

Welch:
-, Ric., 141
-, Wal., 144–5
-, Wm. (fl. 1764), 142
-, Wm. (fl. 1823), 142, 146
-, fam., 144

Welles, see Wells

Wellman, Ric., 121

Wells (Welles):
-, Jas., 120
-, John, 132, 178
-, Thos., rector of Cowley, 196, 198

Wells cathedral, prebendary of, 104

Welsh way, 3, 14, 71, 106, 138, 150, 152, 165

Weobley (Herefs.), 105
-, honor, 63

Wessex Electricity Co., 73, 111

West:
-, Alice, 29
-, Eliz., see Morton
-, Sir Geo., 17
-, Joan, see Willington
-, Thos. (? two of the name, fl. late 14th cent.), 29
-, Thos. (fl. 1568), 17
-, Thos. (fl. 1570, ? same as preceding), 131
-, Wm. Alfred, 125
-, Mrs. (fl. mid 20th cent.), 30

Westby, John, 221

Westminster, dean and chapter of, 194

Weston under Penyard (Herefs.), 104

Westonbirt, 29

Westwell (Oxon.), 56

Westwood:
-, Hugh, 27, 32, 43, 168–9, 172, 174
-, Ric., 32, 39
-, Rob., 27, 43, 52, 169
-, Wm., 27–8, 32, 39

Weymouth, Vct., see Thynne, Thos. (d. 1714) and Thos. (d. 1751)

Whaddon, 209

Whalley, Geo., 141

Whatley, David, 203

Wheate:
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1752), 112
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1760), 112, 118 n
-, Sir Jacob, 112
-, Sir John Thos., vicar of Lechlade, 112, 119
-, fam., 118

Wheatenhurst, 216

Whelford (in Kempsford), 96–8, 100, 103, 105
-, agric., 101–2
-, chap., 76, 97, 105
-, mills, 97, 102
-, sch., 97, 105

Whetenall:
-, Alice, see Berkeley
-, Geo., 229

Whitaker, D., 229

Whitchurch, Wm., rector of North Cerney, 157, 160–1

White:
-, Chas., 89
-, Geo., rector of Colesbourne and of Rendcomb, 191, 226–7
-, G.W., 56
-, John (fl. early 16th cent., bellfoun- der), 61
-, John (fl. 1618), 52
-, John (fl. 1745, 1774), rector of Brimpsfield, 148
-, Ranulph, rector of Colesbourne, 191

White way, 138, 150–1, 163, 165, 171, 219

Whitefield, Geo., 173

Whitgift, John, abp. of Canterbury, 81

Whitmore, John, vicar of Lechlade, 119

Whittington:
-, Joan of, see Berkeley
-, Wm. of, 176

Whittington, 182, 198

Wilbraham:
-, Edw. (d. by 1782), 168, 170
-, Edw. (d. 1830), 168
-, Edw. (d. 1859), 168

Wilcox, fam., 41

Wilfrith, bp. of Worcester, 27

Wilkes, Jos., rector of Colesbourne, 191

Wilkins:
-, Edm. Jas., 55
-, Wal., 204

Willes, M.C., 7

William, earl of Gloucester, 74
-, Hawise, w. of, 74

William the chamberlain (fl. 1205, 1227), 64, 131

William the chamberlain (s. of preced- ing), 64

Williams:
-, Edw., 180
-, Theodore Ellis, 179

Williamstrip (in Coln St. Aldwyns), 1, 3, 28, 44–6, 52–3, 56–7, 62, 86–7, 94, 113, 129
-, agric., 50–1
-, man. and est., 4, 8, 46–51, 63, 67, 92, 123–5, 131–2
-, pk., 44–5, 50, 87–8
-, Williamstrip Pk. ho., 45–6, 48–9, 122–3, 124

Willington:
-, Hen. of, 29
-, Isabel of, m. Wm. Beaumont, 29
-, Joan of, w. of Ralph (d. 1382), m. 2 Thos. West, 29
-, John of (d. 1338), 29
-, Sir John of (d. 1378), 29
-, John of (d. 1396), 29
-, Olympia of, 29
-, Ralph of (fl. 1207, 1227), 29–30
-, Ralph of (fl. 1285), 29
-, Ralph of (d. 1348), 29
-, Ralph of (d. 1382), 29
-, Reynold of, 29
-, Thos. of, 29

Willoughby:
-, Hugh Pollard, rector of Eastleach Martin, 60
-, T., 52

Wills:
-, David, 8
-, E.R.H., 7
-, F.N.H., 219, 222, 226
-, H.D.H., 226
-, Margery, w. of F.N.H., m. 2. H.M. Sinclair, 226

Wills-Goldingham, Mrs., 178

Wilson:
-, Chas., rector of Coberley with Colesbourne, 182
-, G.M., 42
-, fam., 171

Wilstan, abbot of Gloucester, 46

Wiltshire:
-, cheese-making, 116
-, county asylum, 74
-, manors in, 82, 98
-, men of, 97
-, and see Aldbourn: Ashton Keynes; Bradenstoke Priory; Broughton Gifford; Chippenham; Cricklade; Eaton, Castle; Elston; Hannington; Highworth; Inglesham; Lacock Abbey; Latton; Longleat; Lydiard Tregoze; Marston Maisey; Newnton, Long; Pinkney; Poulton; Somerford Keynes; Swindon; Wishford, Great; Wroughton

Winchcombe:
-, Dorothy, see Vampage
-, Thos., 186

Winchcombe, 184
-, abbey, 165, 223

Winchester, earl of, see Despenser, Hugh le

Winchester, 33
-, bp. of, see Watson, John
-, Winchester Coll., 20

windmills, 102–3, 115, 146

Windrush, 11–12

Windsor (Berks.), 48, 194

Winning, Jos., 145

Winnington, Benj., vicar of Bibury, 41

Winson (in Bibury), 1, 21, 23–4, 27, 32, 39–40
-, agric., 32–5
-, chap., 26, 32, 38–40, 42
-, dom. archit., 26
-, man., 30–3, 42
-, mill, 26, 31, 36
-, nonconf., 42–3
-, poor-relief, 38
-, sch., 26, 43
-, tithing, 37–8
-, trades, 37

Winston, Thos., 203

Winstone, 155, 191, 211, 216–17, 232

Winterbotham, Lindsey, 194, 199

Winton, Wal. Hayward Wilkins de, 204

Wise, Wm., 21

Wishanger, see Miserden

Wishford, Great (Wilts.), 167

Witcombe, Great, 140–1, 149, 182, 192, 198, 200, 203, 209

Withington, 33, 178, 183–90
-, Cassey Compton, 163, 168–9

Witney (Oxon.), 3, 38, 62, 71, 107, 117

Wodyngton, Thos., 64

Wolley, Wm., rector of Brimpsfield, 148

Wood:
-, Ant. à, 83
-, Benj., 207
-, Sylvanus, 204

Woodchester, 56

Woodfield House, see Brimpsfield

Woodford, Jas. Russell, vicar of Kemps- ford and later bp. of Ely, 104

Woodlands, see Chedworth

woodland, see Brimpsfield; Chedworth; Colesbourne; Cranham; Rendcomb

Woodmancote (in North Cerney), 45, 137, 150–1, 152, n 159–60, 162, 219, 222, 225, 227
-, agric., 156–8, 224
-, chap., 151, 161
-, man., 151, 153–4, 156–7, 220–1

Woodstock:
-, Anne of, m. 1 Thos. Stafford, earl of Stafford, 2 Edm. Stafford, earl of Stafford, 19, 220
-, Edm. of, earl of Kent (d. 1330), 15, 143
-, Edm. of, earl of Kent (d. 1331), 15
-, Eleanor of, see Bohun
-, Eliz. of, ctss. of Kent, 15, 119
-, Joan of, m. Thos. Holland, 15
-, John of, earl of Kent, 15
-, Thos. of, earl of Buckingham and duke of Gloucester, 19

Woodward, Ric., vicar of Chedworth, 173

wool-merchants and the wool trade, 4, 24, 51, 69, 78, 105–6, 115–16, 120

wool-staplers, 78, 116, 159

Woolmonger, Hen., 115

Worcester, earl of, see Beauchamp, Ric. de

Worcester:
-, bp. of, 23, 39–40, 42, 59, 80, 126, 134, 147
-, estates of, 1, 4, 8, 15, 21, 24, 27–9, 32–8, 185, 188–9, 222, 225
-, and see Alhuun; Denebeorht; Latimer, Hugh; Waerfrith; Wilfrith
-, priory, 39

Worcestershire:
-, county asylum, 74
-, and see Abberton; Besford; Bushley;
-, Chaceley; Droitwich; Fladbury; Lench, Rous; Kid- derminster; Longdon; Malvern, Great, Priory; Martley; Pershore Abbey; Tenbury; Tredington; Worcester

workhouses, see Fairford; Lechlade

Workman:
-, F.E., 204
-, Hen., 204–5
-, John, 204

Worsley, R.H.N., 223

Worthe, Sir John, 76

Wotton:
-, Isabel, 186
-, John, 186

Wotton, see Gloucester

Wotton under Edge, 154

Wright:
-, Mary, 203
-, Wm., rector of Coberley, 182

writs, return of, 1, 37, 137, 225

writs, service of carrying, 33

Wrothe, John, 29

Wroughton (Wilts.), 7

Wulward (fl. 11th cent.), 166

Wyatt:
-, John, rector of Hatherop, 95
-, Sarah, see Johnson
-, Wm., rector of Hatherop, 95

Wydeslade:
-, Eleanor de, 64
-, Ric. de, 64
-, Steph. de, 64

Wykeham-Musgrave:
-, (formerly Wykeham), Aubrey Wenman, 16
-, Georgiana, see Musgrave
-, Herbert Wenman, 16
-, Wenman Aubrey, 16
-, Wenman Humfry, 14, 16, 19, 28, 39
-, fam., 16

Wynell, Thos., rector of Cranham, 209

Wyth, Wal., 222

Y.

Yanworth, 171–2

Yate, Edw., 118

Yells Bros., 79

York, duke of, see Plantagenet, Ric.

York, abp. of, 46, 151–2, 155–7, 159–61; and see Eldred; Gilbert, John; Thomas

Yorke:
-, Ankaret, 130
-, Wm., 130

Yorkshire, see Bradford; Kirkham Abbey; Northallerton