Index: K-Z

A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 5, Hendon, Kingsbury, Great Stanmore, Little Stanmore, Edmonton Enfield, Monken Hadley, South Mimms, Tottenham. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1976.

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Index K-Z Kaufmann, F. C., Kaye: B. D., architect, E. & E., John (fl. 1587-8), John (fl. 1594), Keats, John, Keith, Geo., Kele, Wm., Kelham, Avice, Kelk, Sir John, bt., Kelsey, Wm., Kemble: Capt., later Lt.-Col., Horace, Horatio, Marg., see Carpenter Kemlows Diecasting Products, Kempe: Alice, Anne, Thos., Kempston (Beds.), man., Kendale, Hugh de, Kendall: Edm., Hen. Edw., architect, Kensington, see International Exhibition; Victoria and Albert Museum; Wrights Lane Home Kent, Wm., painter and architect, Kent, see Lewisham; Malling, West; Woolwich; Wrotham Kentish Town, in St. Pancras, Kenton, in Harrow, Keppel: Anne, w. of Wm. Anne van, earl of Albemarle, Wm., Wm. Anne van, earl of Albemarle, Kerney, Mrs. (d. 1837), Ketterick: Ric., fam., Keu, Ric. le, Keyser (Cayzer): Agnes, Chas., John, Nic., Keyswitch Relays, Kidd, Mrs. Pearson, formerly w. of Thos. Pearson, Kilburn, in Willesden and Hampstead, Kilburn Polytechnic, priory of, King: Alice, Chas., Chris., Eliz., John, Mabel, m. John Collins, Mariot, w. of Sim., Sim., Thos., fam., King's Cross, in St. Pancras, Kings Langley, see Langley Kingsbury, agric., airfields, alms-hos., and see Kingsbury, poorho. baths, boundaries, bridges, Burnt Oak, q.v. chars., chs., cinemas, clubs and socs., coach svces., common pasture, customary wks. and svces., dom. bldgs.: Eden Lodge (Collins), Grove Ho. (Elm Lea), Grove Park, Haydon Ho., Kingsbury Ho. (Wilkin John), Kingsbury Manor (the Cottage or Manor Ho.), Mount Pleasant, Redhill Ho. (Oak Cottage), Roe Green Ho. (Fairfields), St. Mary's Lodge (Piggs), Springfield Ho., drainage, Edgware Road, q.v. educ., electricity, farms and medieval tenements, Blackbird, Brasiers, Burnt Oak, Bush or Big Bush (Richards), Bush, Little (Edwins), Collins (Eden Lodge), Dermans, Dibbels, Gardiners, Gore, Groves, Hill, Hillhouse, Hyde (Hamonds or Lorchons), Jack Johns, Lewgars, Lower or Hungry Down, Masons, Payces, Piggs (St. Mary's Lodge), Pipers (Rose Villa), Randolfs, Redhill (Seakins), Roes, Shoelands, Townsends (Perrys or le Pyryes), Valley Farm, Warrens, Wilkin Johns (Kingsbury Ho.), fields, inclosure, gas, geol. and soil, growth, halls and institutes, hosps., housing and council estates, hunting, Hyde, the, q.v. incumbents, and see Atcheson; Bishop; Cheshire; Clarke; Dillon; Fell; Fly; Fox; Gardiner; Hawkins; Hilman; Ingram; Nelson; Prince; Roger; Stancliffe; West; Whiting; Wight; Wilcocks; Woodman ind., aircraft, engineering and electronics, motor, Jews, Kingsbury Green, q.v. local fams., mans. and other estates, Chalkhill, ho., Coffers (Cofferers or Cofferhouse), cts., ho., officers, Freren (Fryent), n, cts., ho., Kingsbury man., cts., officers, mkt. gdning. and nurseries, mills, nonconf., omnibus svces., par. officers, parks and open spaces, Pipers Green, q.v. poorho., poor-relief, pop., postal svces., pub. hos., Black Horse, Chequers, Queensbury, q.v. rlys. and Underground rlys., rly. stas., Redhill, q.v. retail trade, roads, Roe Green, q.v. Rom. Cathm., Rom. remains, sewerage, soc. life, sport, tithes, tram svces., Tunworth, q.v. urban district, council, offices, water, woodland, worthies, Kingsbury and Kenton News, Kingsbury and Queensbury Chamber of Commerce, Kingsbury Aviation Co. (later Kingsbury Engineering Co.), Kingsbury Community Association, Kingsbury Development Co., Kingsbury Estates, Kingsbury Green, in Kingsbury, pub. ho., Plough, Kingsbury Works, Kingston: Sir Ant., Sir Wm., Kingwell, A. E., architect, Kinross, Revd. And., Kirk, architect, see Barker and Kirk Kirke, -, painter, Kirtland, Fran., Kirton, John, Kitchingham, Rob., curate of Kingsbury, Kitts End, in South Mimms, dom. bldgs.: Basketts Lot (formerly Silk Weavers Hall), Hermitage, Kitts End Lodge, growth, ind., pub. hos., Angel (formerly Chequers), Angel (formerly Crown), Bull's Head (formerly Three Compasses), White Lion, Kitts End stream, Klinger Manufacturing Co., Knapp: Eliz., w. of Thos., Rebecca, Thos., Knight: Dorothy, see Peach Ellis, bell-founder, Revd. Jas., John, Sam., bell-founder, Thos., Knight & Co., knight service, see tenure Knight Strip Metals, Knights Hospitallers, see Clerkenwell Knights Templars, Knightsland, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates Knollys (Knolles): Anne, m. Hen. Frowyk, Rob., Sir Thos., fam., Knowles, Jas., architect, Knyvett, Anne, see Lewknor Kolok, Kyghley, Hen., Kympton: Rob., Thos., Wm., fam., Kynaston: Anne, wid. of Brian, m. 2 John Broad, Brian, L. & N.W.R., L.M.S.R., L.N.E.R., L.S.W.R., Labour party, Labour, Ministry of, lace-making, Lacey, Fred. G., bldr., Lacy, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, Lacy & Fisher, Lade: Sir John, bt. (d. 1740), (formerly Inskip), Sir John, bt. (d. 1759), Laguerre, Louis, painter, Laing, John, & Co., Lake: Sir Atwell, Dorothy, Eliz., Sir Jas. Winter, Sir Lancelot (I) (d. 1680), Lancelot (II) (d. 1689), Lancelot (III) (d. 1693), Mary, w. of Sir Thos., see Ryder Mary, w. of Thos., see Bockenham Mary, m. Jas. Brydges, Rebecca, see Langham Sir Thos. (d. c. 1630), Sir Thos. (d. 1653), Thos. (fl. 1653), Sir Thos. (d. 1673), n Warwick, fam., Laleham, Lamb: Chas., essayist, John (fl. 1487), John (fl. 1542, ? another), John (fl. 1597), Mary Ann, Lambert: Bisby, Mary, see Rawlings Wm., Lambeth (Surr.), Lambeth and Provincial Street Borough, Lammas lands, Lamson Paragon (formerly Paragon Check Book Co.), Lancashire, apprenticing in, Lancaster, duchy of, n, attorney-gen. of, see Wroth, Rob. chancellor of, see Bray, Sir Reynold cts., Lancaster, dukes of, see Henry IV; John of Gaunt Landrake (Cornw.), Lange, Curt, Langham: John, Rebecca, m. Thos. Lake, n Thos., vicar of Edmonton, Langley, Thos. bp. of Durham, Langley (Essex), Langley, Kings (Herts.), Langley Chenduit (Shendish), man., Langton: John de, Ralph de, Rob. de (fl. 1335), Rob. de (fl. 1361), Lanscroon, Gerrard, painter, Lapidge, Edm., architect, Larke, Wm., Larken, Revd. E. R., Larman, Ann, Laseron, Dr. Mic., Latymer, Edw., Laud, Wm., bp. of London, later abp. of Canterbury, Lavender, Fred., Lawes, Frank J., Lawford, John, Lawrence: John (fl. 1510), John, Baron Lawrence of the Punjab (d. 1879), Laws, Chas., architect, Lawson, Charlotte Eliza (Mrs. J. H. Riddell, novelist), Layce: John, Sir Rowland, Lazarus, L., & Son, Le Gros, Thompson & Bird, Le Hunt, Wm., Le Nôtre, André, Le Pottere, see Pottere Lea, riv., bridges, docks, Edmonton Cut, Enfield Cut, fishing, ind., Lea Navigation, locks, mills, New Cut, pub. hos.: Ferry Boat, Ferry Ho. (Bleak Hall), River Lea Co., River Lea Trustees, wharf, and see Lee Leake: Cath., wid. of John, m. 2 John Cornwell, n Helen, n Jane, n Jasper (d. c. 1540), Sir Jasper (fl. 1605), John (fl. 1491), John (d. 1572), Sir John (fl. 1609), Jos., fam., leasehold, see tenure Lebus, Harris, furniture-makers, Lee: Ayton, Mrs. Cath., Frank, architect, J. T., architect, Mary, m. Humph. Coningsby, Nat., Sir Ric. (fl. 1542), Ric. (fl. 1804), Sir Rob., Wal., Wal., jr. (fl. 1629), Wal. (fl. before 1664, ? another), Wm., Lee Conservancy Board, Lee Valley regional park authority, Lee Valley Water Co., Leeging Beech gutter, Lefroy, E. H., Leget: Eliz., Helming, Helming, s. of Helming, Margery, see Mocking Thos., Legh, Gerard, Legrew, Obadiah, Leicester Square, see Westminster Leicestershire, see Croxton Kerrial Leman: Rob., fam., Lemsfordmills (Herts.), Lester and Pack, bell-founders, Leston, Les, Letchworth (Herts.), Lethbridge, Revd. E. C., Leto Photo Materials Co., Leverton, Mr. (fl. 1789), Leveson-Gower, Granville Geo., Earl Granville, Lewgar, fam., Lewis: Cecil Day, Mark, Thos., Mrs. Winchester, Lewisham (formerly Kent), Lewitt, John, Lewknor: Anne, m. 1 Sir Hen. Knyvett, John Vaughan, Bridget, w. of Thos., Edm., Jane, see Yonge Joan, m. Hen. Frowyk, Sir Rog. (d. 1295), Rog. (fl. 1345-1394), Sir Rog. (fl. 1470s), Rog. (fl. 1478-1519), Thos. (d. by 1313), Thos. (fl. 1313), Sir Thos. (fl. 1483), Thos. (fl. 1562), fam., Lewyn: Mary, see Fitzherbert Wm., leyrwite, Licensed Victuallers, Society of, see Society Lidbetter, L. M., architect, Lightgrave: John, John, s. of John, Limes, Louisa, Limes Country Club, Lincoln, earls of, and see Fiennes; Lacy Lincoln: bp. of, see Wickham, Wm. dean of, see Willoughby, Phil. prebendary of, see Wimpew, Wm. Lincoln's Inn, see Holborn Lincolnshire, see Stamford Linen and Woollen Drapers' Institution, Linnaeus, Carolus, Linnell, John, painter, Linotype-Paul (formerly K. S. Paul & Associates), Lintern, Wm., Linwood, Mary, Linzell, Maria, Lisburne, earl of, see Vaughan Lisle: Emme, w. of Nic. de, Nic. de, Lisle, Vct., see Dudley Lister, Jos., Ld. Lister, Littlebury, Geo., Livingstone, Dr. David, Llewellyn, Mrs. (fl. 1900), Lloyd: Marie, Wm., Lloyds Bank, Lochner, Wm., architect, Lock: Mic., Thos., Sir Wm., Lockwood, Hen., vicar of Enfield and master of Christ's Coll., Cambridge, Loft, Hen., Lofts, fam., Lofty, Ezekiel, London, Ughtred of, see Ughtred London, alms-hos.: Ald. Staines's (Barbican), Bow, Drapers' Co., Hasilwood's, apprenticing, archdeacon, see Wharton bps., and see Blomfield, Chas. Jas.; Bonner; Dunstan; FitzJames; Foliot; Grindal; Laud; Sainte-Mère-Eglise; Tait patrons of chs., chamber, chs. and pars.: St. Antholin, St. Bart. by the Exchange, St. Bart., Moor Lane, St. Benet Fink, St. Cath. Coleman, St. Dunstan-in-the-West, St. Geo., Botolph Lane, St. Luke, Old St., St. Mary Magdalen, Milk St., St. Mic. Bassishaw, St. Peter-le-Poer, citizens and merchants, City, companies, Brewers' Co., Clothworkers' Co., Drapers' Co., Leathersellers' Co., Stationers' Co., Corporation, (ld.) mayors, and see Barkham, Sir Edw.; Bernes, John; Bowater, Sir Noel; Brembre; Bridger; Bukerel, And.; Curtis, Sir Wm.; FitzAilwin, Hen.; FitzAlan, Rog.; Flower, Sir Chas.; Francis, Adam; Gisors; Hallifax; Martin, Ric.; Moore, Sir John; Northampton, John of; Raynton, Sir Nic.; Reynardson, Sir Abraham; Sidney, Thos.; Walworth, Wm. coach svces., Crosby Hall, diocese, Holy Trinity, Aldgate, q.v. ind., firms moved from, mkts., Mercers' sch., q.v. omnibus svces., prisons: Bridewell, Fleet, rlys. and Underground rlys., roads, St. Bartholomew, Smithfield: fair, hosp. of, master of, see Brereton, John priory of, priors of, n, and see Bolton, Wm.; Fuller, Rob. St. Helen, Bishopsgate, priory of, St. Katharine by the Tower, hosp. of, St. Mary Graces, abbey of, St. Mary within Cripplegate, hosp. of (Elsyng Spital), St. Mary without Bishopsgate, hosp. of, St. Paul's cathedral: canons of, and see Burrows, Hen.; Chauvel; Fly; Hall, Wm. John; Hawkins; Hilman; Husband; Morrison, Chris.; Wharton, Dr. Geof.; Wight, Moses; Wilson, Alex. dean of, see Tillotson dean and chapter of, patrons of chs., Savoy, q.v. Shropshire Mission, q.v. tram svces., vagrants from, Westminster, q.v. London Aeroplane Club, London and Provincial Bank, see Barclays Bank London and Provincial Flying School, London Baptist Assoc., London Baptist Property Board, London Caoutchouc Co. (later Wm. Warne & Co.), London Church Extension Committee, London City Mission, London Congregational Union (Incorporated), London Co-Operative Soc., London County Council, housing and council estates, Watling, White Hart Lane, see also Greater London Council London Diocesan Board of Education, London Diocesan Fund, London Diocesan Home Mission, London Electric Co., London Flying Club, London General Omnibus Co. Ltd., London Jute Works, London Passenger Transport Board (later London Transport), n, London Playing Fields Soc., London Transport, see London Passenger Transport Board London University, Longespée: Alice, m. Geof. de Jarpenville, Nic., Wm., Lorchon, Ric., see Page Lordship Lane, in Tottenham, chs., dom. bldgs.: Corridor, Elmslea, Fair Lawn, Parkside, growth, halls and institutes, Losse: Hugh, Hugh, later Sir Hugh, s. of Rob., Rob., Lotheresleage, see Hendon, mans. and other estates Loughtborough, Thos. de, Louis XVIII, king of France, Love, Mrs. (fl. 1798), Lovejoy, Wm., Lovell: Eleanor, wid. of Sir Thos., Fran., Ld. Lovell, Greg., Isabel, see Ros Joan, see Beaumont John, Ld. Lovell, Sir Thos., Loveney, Wm., Low, Billy, Lower Edmonton, see Edmonton, Lower Lowndes, Ric., Lowrey, Jas., Lucas, Geof., architect, Lucas Bros., Luddington: Dan., fam., Luder, Owen, architect, Ludgrove (Ludgraves or Blue Ho.), see Hadley, Monken, mans. and other estates Lugar, Rob., architect, Lutherans, Luton (Beds.), Luton Hoo (Beds.), Lutyens, Sir Edwin, architect, Lybbe, P. L. Powys, and see Powys Lydding brook, Lyfing (fl. 957), Lynch: A. J., Hen., Isabel, see Winkburn Lyne: Cuthbert, Humph., Lynford: Agnes, m. Ric. Edward, Alice, m. Ric. Page, John, Lyon: Joan, w. of John, John (fl. 1422), John (fl. 1426), John (fl. 1426), John (fl. 1441, ? another), John, of Preston (d. 1457), John (d. 1592), Wm., fam., Lyons, M. M., architect, Lyons, Messrs. Ronald, Lysons, Dan., M 1 motorway, M. K. Electric Ltd. (formerly Heavy Current Electric Accessories Co.), Macclesfield, earl of, see Gerard Macgregor, Mary, Machell: John, John, s. of John, Mackeris: Priscilla, wid. of Rob., m. 2 Thos. Sexton, 3 Jas. Jones, 4 Jas. Fenwick, Rob., Mackie, Thos. Murray, Mackmurdo, Art. H., architect, Maclagan, Wm., curate of Enfield, later abp. of York, Macy, Revd. V. T., Maiden's brook (Wash brook), Mailer, Dr. (fl. c. 1907), Main, R. & A., Main Enamel Manufacturing Co., Maisters, Jos., Major Smith-Bosanquet's Hunt, Makin, Mrs. Bathsua, Malcolm IV, king of Scotland, Malgrave, Chas., Malling, West (Kent), Mallory, And., malt trade, Mandeville: Beatrice de, m. Wm. de Say, Christine de, see fitz Wauter Ernulf de (d. by 1178), Ernulf de (fl. 1210-12), Ernulf de (fl. 1235-6, ? another), Ernulf de (fl. 1271, ? another), Geof. de (fl. 1086), Geof. de, earl of Essex (d. 1144), Geof. de, earl of Essex (d. 1166), Geof. de (d. 1216), see fitz Piers Gunnulf de, Hugh de, Maud de, m. 1 Hen. de Bohun, earl of Hereford, 2 Rog. of Dauntsey, Wm. de, Wm. de, earl of Essex (d. 1189), Wm. de, earl of Essex (d. 1227), fam., Mandeville, honor of, n, Mandeville (Dancers Hill), see Dancers Hill; Mimms, South, mans. and other estates Mann: Edw., Sir Edw., Thos., Manners: John, earl of Rutland, Thos., Ld. Ros and earl of Rutland, Manning: Dan., vicar of Enfield, Hen. Edw., abp. of Westminster, later cardinal, John, Manser: Reynold, Rob., Maple, Sir John Blundell, bt., Mar dyke, Marchant, R., architect, Marconi-Elliott Avionic Systems, see Elliott Bros. (Lond.) Marconi Space and Defence Systems, Mare, Hugh de la, Margaret (of Anjou), queen of Hen. VI, Margaret, queen of Scotland, dau. of Hen. VII, Margaret, dau. of David, earl of Huntingdon, m. Alan, ld. of Galloway, Mariner, Edw., vicar of Tottenham, Marlborough, duke of, see Churchill Marlborough College (Wilts.), market gardening and nurseries, Marryat Chas., Capt. Fred., Marsh (Marshe): Alice, Art. Cuthbert, Christine, m. Wm. Carter, Edw., Geo., Gilb. atte, Grace, see Parker John (d. by 1312), John (fl. 1340), John (fl. 1542), John (fl. 1589), John (fl. 1698), Jos., Picot, Randolph, Rob. (fl. 1665), Rob. (fl. 1700), Thos. atte, Thos. (fl. 1576), Thos. (fl. 1604), Thos. (fl. 1617), Thos. (fl. 1632), Thos. (fl. 1633), Thos. (fl. 1640, ? another), Thos. (d. by 1695), Wm. (fl. 1585), Wm., -, m. Thos. Beech, fam., Marsh Side (John a Marsh or Jeremy's Green, Montagu Road), in Edmonton, growth, ind., nonconf., pub. hos., Cart Overthrown, George and Vulture, Marshall: Edw., sculptor, Jas., Jas. C., John, P. T., Marshall and Snelgrove, Oxford St. (Lond.), Marshall Estates, Martin: Cath. Eliz., Eliz., Nat., Ric., ld. mayor of Lond., Rob., Martin-Smith, D. F., architect, Martyn, C. H., rector of Long Melford (Suff.), Mary I, Mary (de Bohun), queen of Hen. IV, Marylebone and Finchley turnpike trust, Masey, Cecil, architect, Mason: Eliz., Ric., T. A., Massye, Tobias, Masters, John, Matthews: Hen., architect, fam., Maud, dau. of Hugh, earl of Chester, wid. of David, earl of Huntingdon, Maud, dau. of Waltheof and Judith, m. 1 Sim. de St. Liz, 2 David of Scotland, Maule: Thos., Sir Wm., Maurer, Fred., Maw, S., & Sons, May: Hen., Mary, see Bockenham Sir Ric., fam., Mayhew: Rob., Susan, m. Chris. Colson, fam., Maynard's, confectioners, Mayne, Sir Wm., bt., later Ld. Newhaven, Mears, Thos., bell-founder, Mears and Stainbank, bell-founders, Medesenge, see Pymme's brook Mee, -, architect, Melflet stream, Mellish: John, Jos., Wm., Melton, Sir John, Meltzer, A. H., Mencelin: Harriet, w. of Isaac, Isaac, Mendelssohn, Felix, Mercers' school, Lond., Merriman, T. M., Merry Devil of Edmonton, Merryhills brook, Merton College, Oxford, warden of, see Rawlins, Ric. Messeder, Isaac, Mesturas, John Fran., Metal Box Co., metal industries, Methodists, Metropolitan Asylums Board, Metropolitan Convalescent Institution, Metropolitan Electric Tramways Co., Metropolitan Police College, in Hendon, Metropolitan Police District, Metropolitan Railway, Stanmore branch (later Bakerloo line), Metropolitan Railway Co. Estates Ltd., metropolitan turnpike roads commissioners, Metropolitan Water Board, Meyer: Christian Paul, Jas., Kath., Mary Colvin, Meyers, J. H., Meyers' Enfield Observer, Michell, Mat., Mickle, Wm. Julius, Middlemore: Hen., Rob., Middlesex, boundary, county council, county courts, fire, petty sessions, quarter sessions, sheriff of, Middlesex Districts joint smallpox hosp. board, Middlesex Motors, Middlesex Observer, Middlesex Regiment, Middlesex Rifle Volunteers, Middlesex (Tottenham) Volunteer Rifle Corps, Middlesex Voluntary Aid Detachment, Midland & South Western Junction Railway, Midland Railway, Mile End, in Stepney, Miles, Euphemia, Mill Hill, in Hendon, chs., dom. bldgs., Bittacy Ho., Jeanettes, Littleberries, Ridgeway Ho., educ., growth, ind., nonconf., pop., pub. hos., Angel, King's Head, Three Hammers, rly. sta., Rom. Cathm., Mill Hill Constitutional Club, Mill Hill (later Mill Hill and Hendon) Historical Soc., Mill Hill Homesteads Ltd., Mill Hill Preservation Soc., Mill Hill school, Miller: Revd. Ira, Revd. Marmaduke, Millett, Ric., Millicents brook, see Pymme's brook Millington & Sons, Mills: Agnes, Capt. Bertram, Mimms, half hundred of, see Edmonton hundred Mimms, North (Herts.), mans. and other estates, Boltons, Mimms, South, agric., alms-hos., Hickson's, Howkin's, and see Barnet, dom. bldgs. Barnet, q.v. baths, Bentley Heath, q.v. berewick, n, boundaries, bridges, cemetery, chantry, chars., chs., cinema, clubs and socs., coach svces., common fields, common pasture and waste inclosure, customary wks. and svces., Dancers Hill, q.v. drainage, drainage district, educ., Queen Elizabeth's grammar sch., see Barnet electricity, farms and farm-hos., Bentley Heath, Earls, Elm, Fold, ho., Home, Ladbrook, Sparrow, Wales, Wash, fire, friendly socs., Ganwick Corner, q.v. gas, geol. and soil, growth, halls and institutes, hosps., housing and council estates, Bear Wood, Cranbourne, Torrington, Trewenna, hunting, ind., brick-making, charcoal, engineering, Jews, Kitts End, q.v. librs. and reading rooms, mans. and other estates, Blanches, ho., Bridgefoot, ho. (Ottways Gdn. or Bridgefoot Farm; Bridgefoot Ho.), Cattalls, Ho., Parkfield (formerly Easy or Cedar Lodge), Clare (Clay) Hall, ho., Darkes, ho. (Darkes Farm), Denhams, Durhams or Derehams (Dyrham Park), cts., ho., park, estates of religious hos., Gannok, ho., Green Dragon Lane farm (formerly Richards and Coxlands), ho. (Norfolk Lodge), Knightsland, ho., Mandeville (Dancers Hill), n, Dancers Hill Ho., Mimms Hall farm, and see South Mimms man. New Lodge, New Mimms, Oakmere, Ho., Old Fold man., cts., Ho., park, rectory (Parsonage or Tithe farm), South Mimms man., castle, cts., ho. (Mimms Hall), officers, Warrengate farm, ho., Wrotham Park, ho. (Pinchbank; Strangeways; Wrotham Park), park, Wyllyotts, cts., ho., mkts. and fairs, mills, Mimms, South, village, q.v. Mimms Wash, q.v. nonconf., n, omnibus svces., par. officers, parks and open spaces, police, poor-relief, pop., postal svces., Potters Bar, q.v. pub. hos., rlys. and Underground rlys., rly. stas., retail trade, roads, Rom. Cathm., Rom. remains, rural district, council, sewerage, soc. life, sport, tithes, town hall, tram svces., urban district, vicars, and see Barrow; Bates; Batt; Brikenden; Evanson; Foster; Hammond; Hassell; Hay; Heathfield; Hodgkin; Jacob; Nicholson; Pierce; Robert; Spencer; Thompson; Tutley; Willeford; Wood water, woodland, n, wkho., worthies, Mimms, South, village, dom. bldgs.: Cedar Ho., Rectory (vicarage ho.), White Ho., growth, pub. hos., Black Bull, Black Horse, Cross Keys, Greyhound (formerly Dog and Badger), Live and Let Live, Plough, Prince's Arms, Queen's Head, Red Bull, Red Lion (formerly Sun), White Hart, Mimms Side (West Barnet), see Barnet Mimms Wash, in South Mimms, pub. hos.: Badger, Five Bells, Mimmshall brook, Minchenden, see Southgate, mans. and other estates Ministry, see Defence; Housing; Labour; Supply; Works Mire, le, fam., Missouri (U.S.A.), Mitchell, Arnold, architect, Mitchell and Bridgewater, architects, Mocking: Idony, m. Sim. Benington, John de, Marg., m. Rog. Shipbroke, Margery, wid. of Nic., m. 2 Helming Leget, Nic., Nichole, w. of John de, Mockings, see Tottenham, mans. and other estates Moffat, W. B., architect, Mogden sewage works, see West Middlesex Sewerage and Sewage Disposal Scheme Molesley: John, Thos., Molloy, Chas., molmen, Monck: Chris., duke of Albemarle, Eliz., wid. of Chris., m. 2 Ralph Montagu, duke of Montagu, Geo., duke of Albemarle (d. 1670), Monkenchurch, see Hadley, Monken Monoux: Eliz., see Sambrook Sir Humph., Monro: John, fam., Montagu, Eliz., see Monck Montagu Road, in Edmonton, see Marsh Side Montfort, Sim. de, earl of Leicester, Montgomery, earl of, see Herbert Moorat: Edw., John Sam., Sam., Moore: Sir John, ld. mayor of Lond., Pet., Steph., Temple, architect, fam., Morden, John of, More: Hugh de la, Thos., Morgan: Art., Mary, Morison: Douglas, - (fl. late 18th cent.), and see Morrison Morland: Hugh, Joan, see Jordan Morley: John, Sam., Mormons, Morris: R. S., architect, Wm., artist, Wm., & Co., Morrison: Chris., vicar of Tottenham and canon of St. Paul's, Rob. Craigmyle, Ld. Morrison, and see Morison Morson, Thos., and Co., Mortain: Rob. of, count of Mortain, Wm. de, earl of Cornwall and count of Mortain, Mortimer: Hugh, Marg., see Scrope Moselle stream, Moss, fam., Mosshatch (Mussach): Hen., Joan, see Farnborough John (fl. 1400), John (fl. c. 1444, ? another), John (fl. 1488), Rob., fam., Mossman, fam., motor industry, Mott, E. C., Moulded Rubber Products, Mountford, Ric., Mountsfield Properties Ltd., Movitex Signs, Mowbray, Wm., Moye, J. S., architect, Moyse: Bridget, wid. of John, John, Muffet, Wm., vicar of Edmonton, Mulberry, John, Mulvey, Wm., architect, Mumford, Wm., architect, mummers, munitions industry, Murray, J. A. H., Murray, H. D., machine-tools, Musket, Rob., Muswell Hill, in Hornsey, Mutter: Geo., minister of Little Stanmore and curate of Broadway Chapel in St. Margaret's, Westminster, Maria, Mutton brook, Myddelton: Eliz., w. of Sir Hugh, Hezekiah, Sir Hugh, Sim., Myers, Alf. Moritz, incumbent of Barnet, Mylne, Rob., Naper, Mrs. Jane, Nash: And. John, Geo. Augustus, John, architect, fam., Nathan, B. & I., National Aviation Display, National Coal Board, heating sta. (Edmonton), National Corporation for the Care of Old People, National Freehold Land Co., National Institute of Medical Research, National Liberal Land Co., National Soc. and National Schs., National Soc. for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, National Trust, Neal, Harry, engineers, Neasden, in Willesden, man., Needham, Jas., Neel, Gilb., Neeld: Sir Audley Dallas, bt., Sir John, bt., Jos., -, see Bond fam., Neiman, John, Nel, Rob., n Nelson, John, chaplain of Kingsbury, Netter, Bret, Neve, W. West, architect, Neville: Sir Edw., Geo., ld. chancellor, later abp. of York, Ric., earl of Warwick, New Barnet, see Barnet, New New College, Oxford, New Cut, see Lea, riv. New Lodge, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates New River, New River Co., New Southgate, see Southgate, New Newbolt: J. M., prebendary of Winchester, Jerome, Newby Bros., Newcome, Thos., vicar of Tottenham and rector of Shenley, Newhaven, Ld., see Mayne Newington, Stoke, nonconf., urban district, Newman: Fran., fam., Newman & Newman, architects, Newsam: Fowler, fam., newspapers, Newton, Sam., bell-founder, Nicholas, Wm., Nicholl (Nicoll): Agnes, dau. of Alan, Agnes, m. - Greenhill, Alan (d. 1558), Alan, jr. (fl. 1598), Alan, sr. (d. 1600), Alan, s. of Alan sr., Ann, m. - Coghill, Apphia, Chas. Bertram Hodgson, Christine, m. - Norris, Edw. (fl. 1631), Edw. (d. before 1670), Edw. (fl. 1683), Edw. (fl. 1732, ? another), Eliz., see Ederych Ellen, Emma, w. of Thos., Hen., Jasper, Joan, wid. of Thos., Joan, m. - Nicholl, Joan, see Pluckington John, rector of Great Stanmore (fl. 1423), John (fl. early 16th cent.), John (fl. 16th cent.), John (fl. 1605), John (fl. 1687), John (fl. 1691), John (fl. 1709), John (fl. 1709, s. of the last), John (fl. 1716), John (fl. early 18th cent.), John (d. 1753), John (fl. 1755), John (fl. 1769), John (fl. 1803), John (d. 1839), Marg., m. - Bellamy, Marg., m. Jas. Brydges, marquess of Carnarvon and duke of Chandos, Mary (fl. 1709), see Pym Mary (fl. 1730, ? another), Mary (d. c. 1751, ? another), Mary (fl. 1882), m. C. R. P. Hodgson, Nat., Parnel, dau. of Alan, Parnel, w. of Alan, Paul, Randall, Ric. (fl. 1574), Ric. (fl. 1602), Ric. (fl. 1624), Rob. (fl. 1538), Rob. (d. 1690), Sam. (fl. c. 1729-38), Sam. (fl. 1741), Sam. (fl. 1819), Susannah (fl. 1706), wid. of Edw., Mrs. Susanna (fl. 1828), Thos. (fl. c. 1500), Thos. (fl. 1551), Thos. (fl. 1585), Thos. (fl. 1587-8), Thos., jr. (fl. 1695), Thos. (fl. 1696), Thos. (fl. 1730), Thos. (d. 1859), Wm. (d. 1645), Wm. (fl. 1686), Wm. (d. 1729, ? another), Mrs. (fl. 1901), fam., of Copt Hall, of Dole Street, Nicholson: Revd. John, Thos. Maling, vicar of South Mimms, Nicoll, see Nicholl Nightingale: Eliz., m. Wilmot Vaughan, earl of Lisburne, John, Jos. Gascoigne, Nixon, John, painter, Noble, Ralph, Noel: Baptist Wriothesley, Ern., M. P., Eugene, Noke, John atte, nonconformity (Protestant), see Anabaptists; Assemblies of God; Baptists; Brethren; Catholic Apostolic Church; Christadelphians; Christian Scientists; Church of Christ; Church of God; Congregationalists; Jehovah's Witnesses; Methodists; Mormons; Pentecostalists; Pillar of Fire Society; Presbyterians; Protestant Apostolic Church; Quakers; Salvation Army; Seventh Day Adventists; Spiritualists; Udallites; Unitarians Norbury, fam., Norden, John, Norfolk, duke of, see Howard Norfolk, Normal Powder and Ammunition Co., Norman: Dorothy, John Burton, rector of Little Stanmore, Wal., Norris: Cecily, m. - Sudeby, Christine (fl. mid 15th cent.), Christine (fl. 16th cent.), see Nicholl Edm., Thos., North: Sir Edw., later Ld. North (d. 1564), Edw. (d. 1650), Edw. (fl. 1650), John, Mary, Rog., Ld. North, Sarah, North Circular Road, North-East Metropolitan hosp. region, North Finchley, see Finchley North London Collegiate Sch., North London Echo and Wood Green Chronicle, North London group hosp. management cttee., North London Railway, North London Society, North London Tramways Co., North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Co. (Northmet.), later the Eastern Electricity Board, North Metropolitan Tramways Co., North Middlesex Gas Co., North-West Metropolitan regional hosp. board, Northampton: Jas., (or Comberton), John of, mayor of Lond., Swein of, see Swein Northampton, earls of, see Compton; Howard Northampton, priory of St. Andrew, Northaw (Herts.), Northern and Eastern Railway, see Great Eastern Railway Northern group hosp. management cttee., Northern line (Underground rly.), Hampstead tube, Northumberland: duke of, see Dudley earl of, see Henry Northumberland Park, in Tottenham, chs., halls and institutes, ind., nonconf., Northumbria, Siward of, see Siward Northwood Electric Light and Power Co., Norton: John, Rob., Rog. de, abbot of St. Albans, Wm., Norwich, bp. of, see Thirlby, Thos. Norwood: Edw., jr., Edw., sr., Joan, w. of Thos., ? wid. of - Tailor, John (fl. 1640), John (fl. 1679), Priscilla, Ric., Ruth, wid. of Ric., Thos., Warner, fam., Nottingham, Nowell: Agnes, w. of Thos., Edw. (d. 1616), Edw. (d. 1650), Thos., fam., Noyes: Ann, Sarah, Nugent-Temple-Grenville, Ric., see Grenville nurseries, see market gardening and nurseries Nusom, Gilb., Nuthall, Thos., Oak Lodge (Oakwood Park), see Southgate, mans. and other estates Oakley, John, Oakmere, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates Oakwood Tenants Ltd., Oatlands Estates, bldrs., Odell, Wm., Offa, king of Mercia, O'Kelly: And., Col. Dennis, Phil., Old Baptist Union, Old Berkeley Hounds, Old Fold, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates Old Park (Frith), see Enfield, mans. and other estates Ollescamp, John, Ordnance, Board of, Orsett (Essex), Orthopaedics, Institute of, Osborne: Ann, Edw., Osmond, fam., Ossulstone hundred, Otes of Tottenham (fl. 1182), Overend, Mary, Overground Co., Overton, Guthlac, Owen: Eliz., see Scudamore Hen., vicar of Edmonton, John, Owers, Ern., Oxford, earl of, see Vere Oxford University, chancellor, see Dudley, Wm. and see All Souls; Ashmolean; Bodleian; Merton; New College Oxfordshire, see Aston, North; Stoke Lyne Oxton, John, Ozalid Ltd., Paddington, boro. council, Paddington Canal, Padley Stainless Steels, Padman, Isaac, Page: Alice, see Lynford Ann, m. - Salter, Christine (fl. 1333), see Perry Christine (fl. 1384), see Raven Eliz., F., Fred. (later Sir Fred.) Handley, Hen. (fl. 1333), Hen. (fl. 1555), John (d. 1349), John (fl. 1350), John (fl. 1597), John (fl. 1700), Laur., Marg., see Ros Marg., m. Wm. Bury, Mary, Mic. (fl. 1588), Mic. (fl. c. 1600, ? another), Prudence, Ric. (d. 1349), (or Lorchon), Ric. (fl. 1359), his wid., Ric. (fl. 1434), Ric. (fl. 1589, 1640), Ric. (fl. 1632), Ric. (d. 1649, ? another), Ric. (fl. 1716), Ric. (d. 1760), Ric. (fl. 1760), Ric. (fl. 1780), Rob., Sam., Sam. Hood, architect, Sarah, m. John Smith, Susanna, w. of Ric., Thos. (d. by 1350), Thos. (fl. 1488), Wm. (d. by 1329), Wm. (d. 1349), Wm. (d. c. 1410), Wm. (fl. 1615), fam., Page Green, in Tottenham, ch., dom. bldgs., Hurst, growth, nonconf., Page Street, in Hendon, dom. bldgs., Copt Hall, educ., Pagitt, Justinian, Paine: Edwin, Jas., jr., architect, Paley, archdeacon, Palmer: Jas., John, Martha, Mary, see Sandys Mat., Ric., Palmers Green, in Southgate, chs., clubs and socs., dom. bldgs.: Eaton Villa, Firs, Hazelwood Ho., Highfield, Hill Ho., Skinners' alms-hos., growth, halls and institutes, ind., nonconf., pub. hos., Fox, rly. stas., theatre, Palmers Green and Southgate Gazette, Palmers Green Weekly Herald, Paltock, Rob., Palton: Eliz., see Wroth Sir Wm., pannage, Pannetrye, Thos. de la, paper-making, Papercraft Works, Pardoe: John, Rob., Pards Estate, Parfrey, -, miller, Paris (Parris): Archibald, Clarice, m. Ric. Grove, Ferdinando, Lucy, see Waleran Lucy, m. John Pypard, Mat., chronicler, Rob. de, Sibyl, w. of Wm. de, Wm. de, Parker: Dan., Grace, w. of Dr. Wm., m. 2 Edw. Marsh, Hen., John, Mary, R. B., architect, Wm. (fl. 1554), Wm. (fl. 1576), Dr. Wm. (fl. before 1700), Wm. (fl. 1700), s. of Dr. Wm., Wm. (fl. 1766-73), fam., Parnell, Wm., Parnosa of London, Parr: Cath., see Catherine Sam., master of Harrow Sch. and assistant curate of Kingsbury, Parris, see Paris Parrott: Agnes, w. of John, Anne, see Cheyney Sir John, John, Nic., Thos. (fl. 1561), Thos. (fl. 1595), Thos. (? another), fam., Parry, Mrs. Sophia, Parsons: Eliz., F. G., Martha, Partridge, Mary Eliz., Passmore, see Caroë, W. D., and Passmore Pate: Dan., Edw., Pater, Wal., Paternoster Printing Co., Patmore, Ric., Patten, Geo., painter, Paul Pry (newspaper), Paulhan, Louis, Paulin, fam., Paull, H. J., architect, Paull and Bonella, architects, Pavely: Millicent, w. of Wm. de, Wm. de, Pavlova, Anna, Pawson, J. F., Peabody Donation Fund, Peabody Trust, Peach: Dorothy, m. 1 Paul Jervis, 2 Revd. Jas. Knight, Edw., Peacock, Wm., Pearce, Edwin, architect, Pearson: Mrs. Bella Goff, J. L., architect, Thos., his wid., see Kidd Pearson's department store, in Enfield, Peasants' Revolt, Pease, Jos. Alb., Pecche, Sir John, Peel: Eliza, Sir Rob., Pegamoid wks., Pelham: Sir John, Mary, see Wilbraham Sir Thos., Pelyndon: Alice, m. Hen. de Affeyte, Millicent of, Pembroke, earls of, see Hastings; Herbert Pembrokes, see Tottenham, mans. and other estates (Hastings or Pembrokes) Pendrede, Wm., Penistone, Sir Thos., bt., Pennant: Cath., John, incumbent of Monken Hadley and Compton Martin, Penne, John, Pennefather: Wm., Wm., incumbent of Barnet, Pentecostalists, Pepusch, John Chris., Percival, S. O., Perry (atte Pyrye): Christine, m. Hen. Page, W. Harold, car dealers, fam., Perry Hall, in Handsworth (Staffs.), Persone, Wm., Pertrishe, John, Peters, Wm., Petersdorff, Chas. Erdman, Peverel: Hugh (fl. 12th cent.), Hugh (fl. 13th cent.), Wm., n Phelip: Eliz., m. John Beaumont, Vct. Beaumont, Joan, see Bardolf Wm., Ld. Bardolf, Phelps, Ric., bell-founder, Phesaunt: Jasper, n Marg., see Henningham Philip II, king of Spain, Phillips: John (fl. 1798), John (fl. 1970), architect, Mic., fam., Phillpot, John, Phoenix Telephone & Electric Co., Phonographic Equipment Distributors, Piccadilly line, Pierce, Geo., vicar of South Mimms, Piere, Ric. de la, Piers, Geof. fitz, see fitz Piers Pieschall, Chas., Pigot, Thos., Pike: Ann, J. D. G., John, fam., Pillar of Fire Society, pillory, Pinner, John, Pinner, Pinney: Azariah, Hester, John, John, s. of John, John Fred., Pinnock, Sarah, Pipers Green, in Kingsbury, pub. ho., Green Man, Pitt: John, Wm., later earl of Chatham, plague, and see Black Death Plaistow, Ric., Platt, Hen., Plesington: Adam de, Ellen de, w. of Rob., m. 2 Gilb. Haydok, Ric. de, Rob. de, Plesingtons (Pleasantine Hall), see Edmonton, mans. and other estates Plessey Co., Plessis (de Placetis, or Wrotham): Aveline de, m. John Durant, Emme de, m. John Heron, Ric. de (d. 1289), Sir Ric. de (d. c. 1292), Wm. de, Plowman's Brick Co., Pluckington, Joan, m. 1 John Nicholl of Hendon, 2 - Hardin, Plumbe, Rowland, architect, Plumer: Hall, Sir Thos., Thos. Hall, -, w. of Sir Thos., fam., Plundered Ministers, Committee for, Pocock, Rebecca, Pole: Sir Chas., bt., John atte, fam., Polehouse, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates (Bowes and Dernford) Poley, Wm. de, abbot of Walden, Poleyn: Baldwin, John, fam., Pollett: Edw., Rob., polo, Ponder, John, Ponders End, in Enfield, ch., dom. bldgs.: Eagle Ho., Lincoln Ho., Stapleton Ho., growth, halls and institutes, ind., pub. hos.: Goat, Two Brewers, White Hart, rly. stas., wards, Ponders End brewery, Ponders End Gas Co., Ponsbourne (Herts.), Poole: Hen., rector of Little Stanmore, Joshua, Pooley, Geo., Pope: Alex., Paul, Popham, Sir Fran., Popish Plot, Port Sunlight (Ches.), Porter: Agnes, see Francis Mary, Sir Wm., Portland, earl of, see Bentinck Post Office Workers, Union of, Potter (Le Pottere): Perkyn the, fam., Potters Bar, in South Mimms, chs., district educ. sub-cttee., dom. bldgs.: Blake Hall, Cattals Grove, Clock Ho., Morven Park, Salisbury Ho., growth, halls and institutes, housing and council estates, see Edmonton; Tottenham incumbents of, and see Watkins ind., pub. hos.: Bull, Green Man, Lion, Robin Hood and Little John, Swan with Two Necks (later White Horse), rly. sta., urban district, council, offices, wards, Potters Bar brook, Potters Bar Gas and Coke Co., Pouget, Fran., architect, Pouns: Marg., m. Hen. Frowyk, Margery, w. of Ric., Ric., Wm., Powell: John, Wm., Mrs. (fl. 1804), Power Co., the, Powis: baron, see Herbert earl and marquess of, see Herbert mchnss. of, see Somerset Powys: Hen. Phil., (later Powys Lybbe), Phil. Lybbe, Poynter, Vincent, Prachitt, Mr. (fl. 1877), Praed, Wm., Pratt: Chas., Chas., Earl Camden, Dan., vicar of Tottenham, Sam., vicar of Tottenham and dean of Rochester, Wm., Presbyterians, Preston, in Harrow, Price: Dr. And., Chas. R., engineers, Sir Jas., Jas., & Co., Joan, see Ballett John, architect, Dr. Ric., Price & Co., Priest, John, Primitive Methodists, see Methodists Primrose League, Prince: Anne, Jas., curate of Kingsbury, John, Ric., Prior (Pryor): Chas., David, Geo., Proctor (Procter): Anne, m. Thos. Beauchamp, Revd. Geo., John, Wm., and see Beauchamp-Proctor Progress Press, Promoting Christian Knowledge, Society for, see Society Propagation of the Gospel, Society for the, see Society Protestant Apostolic Church, Prout, John W., Prudhomme, Gilb., Prujean (Privian): Sir Fran., fam., Pryor, see Prior Pugh, Jas., Pugin, Augustus Chas., architect, Pulford: Anne, Ferdinando, Pulley, Wm., Pulteney, fam., Purdy & McIntosh (Electronic Developments), Purnell, Thos., Purvis, Peregrine Hogg, Pym, Mary, m. John Nicholl, Pymme: Edm., Wm., Pymmes, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates Pymme's brook (Medesenge), Pynchon, Thos., Pypard: Lucy, see Paris John, Wm., Pyramid Night Light Works, Quakers (Society of Friends), Qualcast (Fleetway), Quarles, John, Queen Anne's Bounty, Queensbury, in Kingsbury, ch., rly. sta., Queen's stag hounds, Quennell, C. H. B., architect, Querendon: Geof. de, Ralph de, Questor: Mary, see Fitzherbert Mat. de, Mat. de, s. of Mat. de, Quilter, fam., Quincy: Helen, see Helen Rob. de, Radford, John, Raddington: Sir Baldwin, Maud, see Durant Raffles, Sir Stamford, Rames: Adelize, m. Edw. of Salisbury, Gille, w. of Wm. de (III), m. Wm. Hanselin, Rob. de, Rog. de (fl. 1086), Rog. de (II), Rog. de (III), Wm. de, Wm. de (II), Wm. de (III), Wm. de (IV), fam., Rampston, Rob., Rampton, Isabel, m. Nic. Brenchley, Randall: L. & J., Rob., Randolf: Ric., fam., Ranking, Mrs. (fl. 1820), Raphael, cartoons by, Raphael, Lewis, Raven: Christine, m. Wm. Page, John, Ric., n Ravenscroft: Sarah, see Style Thos., Thos. Hylord, fam., Rawlings: Charlotte, m. John Carter, H. D., J., Mary (fl. 1716), Mary (fl. 1773, ? another), m. Bisby Lambert, Rawlins, Ric., vicar of Hendon, later warden of Merton Coll., Oxford, and bp. of St. Davids, Rawlinson: Eliz., m. Giles Earle, Sir Wm., Rawlplug Co. Ltd., Ray: Ann, w. of Rob., Hen. Belward, Herb. Reg., Rob., Raymond, John, Rayner, -, Raynton: Mary, m. Sir John Wolstenholme, Sir Nic. (d. 1646), ld. mayor of Lond., n Nic. (d. 1696), Recorder for Palmers Green , Winchmore Hill and Southgate, Redfern, Jas., sculptor, Redhill, in Hendon and Kingsbury, wkho., see Hendon, poor law union Redman, Wm., Redpath, see Reopath Reed: Sir Chas., M.P., John, Rees: Sir John, bt., M.P., Sir Ric., reeve, Ric. the, see Richard Reeves, C. W., architect, Reeves & Sons, Regents Canal Co., Reginald, prior, later abbot, of Walden (d. 1200), Rego Clothiers, Renger (FitzReiner): Gillian, m. John Bucointe, Wm., fam., Rennell, Jas., Rennie, John, Renter: Geof. le, Joan, wid. of John le, John le, Renters, see Hendon, mans. and other estates Reopath (Redpath), Jas., n Repton: Fran., Humph., reservoirs, Aldenham, Banbury, Brent (Welsh Harp), King George's, Lockwood, Wm. Girling, Rewse, Anne, see Burnell Reynardson: Sir Abraham, ld. mayor of Lond., Nic., Reyner, John, Reynolds: Anne Marie, Fran., Fred. (d. 1799), Fred. (fl. 1886), Sir Joshua, painter, Thos., Rhodes: Mat. John, Thos., rhubarb, Rice, fam., Richard II, Richard the chamberlain, Richard the reeve, Richard, s. of Ric., n Richard, s. of Sim., Richard, fam., Richardson, Sir Alb., architect, Richmond, earl of, see Brittany Richmond, archdeacon of, see Walton, Hen. Rickmansworth (Herts.), Micklefield Hall, Riddell: J. R., Mrs. J. H., see Lawson Ridge (Herts.), vicar of, see Jacob Ridley, Whitley & Co., Riley, W. E., architect, Ringrose, Geo., Risley: Sir John, Thomasine, see Turnaunt Ritchie, Leitch, ritualism and high-church practices, River Lea Co., see Lea, riv. River Lea Trustees, see Lea, riv. Rivers, Marg., m. Sir Rob. Aguillon, Robb, Maj.-Gen., Robert, count of Mortain, see Mortain Robert, s. of Swein of Northampton, Robert of Stanmore, see Stanmore Robert, vicar of South Mimms, Roberts: Anna, wid. of Thos., C. P., & Co., Edw., Edw. C., Eliz., Fran., Fred. Sleigh, later Earl Roberts, Gerard, Keith, architect, Mic., Rooker, Thos., Wm. (fl. late 16th cent.), Wm. (fl. 1616-42), vicar of Enfield, Sir Wm. (fl. 1650), fam., Robertson, Chas. Stuart, architect, Robins: J. W., Mrs. E. M., Robinson: Edw., recusant, Hen. Crabb, Marg., Wm., fam., Robson, Dame Flora, Rochester, dean of, see Pratt Rochford, John, architect, Rochford, earl of, see Zuylestein Rockhill, John, Roe: Geof., Sir Hen., fam., Roe Green, in Kingsbury, Roe Green Village, Roger, chaplain of Kingsbury, Roger, Hamon, s. of, see Hamon Rogers: Edw., John, Ric. (d. c. 1579), Ric. (d. c. 1636), Wm., fam., Roldsby, Nic., Rollit: Sir Alb. Kaye, M.P., Mary, his w., dowager dchss. of Sutherland, Rolls & Co., Roman Catholicism, Roman remains, Romeyn, Berenger le, Romford (Essex), Rooke: Capt. Geo., Hannah, see Worrall Roos, see Ros Roper, Chris., Ros (Roos, La Rous): Alice, see Stanmore Edm., Ld. Ros, Geof., Isabel, m. Sir Thos. Lovell, John de, Marg., m. Wm. Page, Maud, m. Ric., Philippe, see Tiptoft Ric., Thos., Ld. Ros, Ros, Ld., see Manners, Thos.; Ros, Edm. and Thos. Ross, Chas., Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, painter, Rosslyn, earl of, see Wedderburn Rotaprint, Rote: Eliz., wid. of Wm., Wm., Rotheram: John, -, Rous, La, see Ros Row: Sarah Frances, Thos., Wm., fam., Rowan, A. Culloden, Rowes brook, Rowlandson, Thos., artist, Rowley: John, Thos. Wm., Wm., Rowntree, Fred., architect, Royal Air Force, mus., Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Royal Engineers, Royal Gunpowder factory, Royal Mail, Royal Martyr Church Union, Royal National Orthopaedic hosp., Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Small Arms, Royal Society of Arts, Royer, Jas., Royle, Revd. Vernon, Royston (Herts.), Roystone, Ambrose, Ruberoid Co., Rumball, Alice, Rumsey, fam., Rundell, Phil., Russell: Fran., Mic., Rachel, w. of Wm., Ld. Russell, Wm., Ld. Russell, Rutland, earls of, see Manners Ryder: Mary, m. Sir Thos. Lake, Thos., Rye House Plot, Ryland, Revd. John, Sackville: Anne, see Compton Edw., earl of Dorset (d. 1652), Muriel, Ctss. De La Warr, Ric., earl of Dorset, Rob., earl of Dorset, Thos., earl of Dorset, Sadler: John, Sir Ralph, Rog., St. Albans (Herts.), abbey of, abbots, see Albini; Hertford, John de; Norton, Rog. de St. Ann's, in Tottenham, chs., dom. bldgs.: Albion Lodge, Chestnuts, Gothic Ho., Hermitage, Oak Lodge, Retreat, St. John's Lodge, Suffolk Lodge, Woodberry Lodge, York Lodge, growth, halls and institutes, nonconf., ward, St. Aubyn, J. P., architect, St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, see London St. Clement Danes, rector of, see Burrows, John St. Davids, bp. of, see Rawlins St. Giles-in-the-Fields, see Holborn St. Helen, Bishopsgate, see London St. James, hosp. of, see Westminster St. John of Jerusalem, Knights of the Hospital of, see Clerkenwell St. Katharine by the Tower, see London St. Lawrence, Clayhanger, see Tottenham St. Leonard, see Shoreditch St. Liz: Maud, see Maud Sim. de (I), earl of Huntingdon, Sim. de (II), earl of Huntingdon, Sim. de (III), earl of Huntingdon, St. Loy, hosp. of, see Tottenham St. Margaret's, Westminster, Broadway Chapel in, curate of, see Matter St. Mary, Clerkenwell, see Clerkenwell St. Mary Graces, see London St. Marylebone, St. Mary within Cripplegate (Elsyng Spital), see London St. Mary without Bishopsgate, see London St. Pancras, and see Cumberland Market; Highgate; Kentish Town; King's Cross St. Paul's Cathedral, see London St. Stephen's, Westminster, canon of, see Ware, John Sainte-Mère-Eglise, Wm. of, bp. of Lond., Salignas, Alfonso de, Saling: Alice, Isabel, Maud, Wal., Salisbury: Adelize of, see Rames Edw. of, Ric. Ant., Sibyl of, see Hesdin Wal. of, Salisbury: earls of, and see Cecil marquesses of, see Cecil Salmon, fam., n, Salmon Estate (Kingsbury) Ltd., Salmon's brook (or Stebbing), Salomans, Eleazor Phil., Salte: Sam., Wm., Salter: Ann, see Page Sir Nic., S., architect, Salvation Army, Salvin, Ant., architect, Sambrook: Eliz., m. Sir Humph. Monoux, Sir Jeremiah, Sir Jeremy Vanacher, bt., Judith, Sir Sam. Vanacher, bt., Susanna, m. John Crawley, Samuel, Sir Stuart, bt., Sanchez, Balthasar, Sanderson, see Cobden-Sanderson Sands, Mrs. (fl. 1838), Sandys: Mary, m. 1 Thos. Frowyk, 2 John Palmer, Sir Wm., Sangamo Weston Ltd., Sankey, G. K. N., Sassoon: Sir Edw., bt., Sir Phil., bt., Saul, Jas., Saunders: Chas., Eliz., Wm., Savage: Jas., architect, Rebecca, Savile, John, Savoy, hosp. of the, Savuy, Alice, Sawbridgeworth (Herts.), vicar of, see Barrow Sawyer, Eliz., witch of Edmonton, n Say: Beatrice de, w. of Wm., see Mandeville Beatrice de, m. Geof. fitz Piers, Geof. de (d. 1214), Geof. de (d. 1230), Geof. de, Ld. Say (d. 1322), Geof. de, Ld. Say (d. 1359), Wm. de (? d. 1144), Wm. de (d. 1177), Wm. de (d. 1272), Wm. de (d. 1295), Wm. de, Ld. Say (d. 1375), Sayesbury, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates (Bury) Scales: Edw., John, fam., Scambler, Hen., Schneider: John, fam., school boards, Schweppes's mineral-water factory, Scotland: chancellor of, see Ingram kings of, see Balliol; Bruce; David I; Malcolm IV; William the Lion Scotland Green, in Enfield, Scotland Green, in Tottenham, growth, nonconf., Scotney, Brian, Scott: Sir Edm., Geo. Gilb. (later Sir Gilb.), architect, Sir Giles Gilb., architect, Ld. Herb., Jas., curate of Edmonton, John, John Oldrid, architect, Miss R. M., Sir Steph., T. H. B., architect, W. Gilbee, architect, Scott-Ellis: Lucy, dowager Lady Howard de Walden, Thos. E., Ld. Howard de Walden, Scott's Wire Works, Scribbons-Kemp, biscuit makers, Scripto Pens Ltd., Scrivener, F. H. A., vicar of Hendon, Scrope: Geof. le, Hen. le, Marg., w. of Hen. le, m. 2 Hugh Mortimer, Sir Ric. le, Ld. Scrope, Rob., Scudamore (Skidmore): Ann, Sir Clement (d. 1616), Sir Clement (d. 1633), Clement (fl. 1633), Eliz., w. of John, Eliz., m. John Owen, Erasmus, Fran., Hen., John (d. 1647), John (d. c. 1653), Kath., Mary, wid. of John, Ric., Thos., fam., Scurrow, Chris., Seabrook, A. Hugh, Seagoe, Rob. Jas., Seakin: Alice, wid. of Pet., Pet., Rose, m. Geo. Collins, Wm., fam., Seale, Sir John Carteret Hyde, bt., Searless, Mic., architect, Sears, J. E., architect, Second Hampstead Tenants Ltd., Sedgwick, Thos., vicar of Enfield and professor at Cambridge University, Seely and Paget, architects, Selby: Jack, Rob., - (fl. 1771-4), Seler, Ric., n Semtex, Serle (fl. c. 1119), Service Electric Co., Seven Sisters, in Tottenham, dom. bldgs., halls and institutes, nonconf., Seventh Day Adventists, Sewardstone (Essex), Sew-Tric, sewing machine manufacturers, Sexton: Priscilla, see Mackeris Thos., Seymour, Thos., Ld. Seymour, Shacker, Wm., Shackler, - (? same as last), Shaftesbury, earl of, see Cooper, Ant. Ashley Shaftesbury Soc., Shakespeare, Joan, sister of Wm., Shale, John, Sharp (Sharpe): Cath., John, Wm., Sharples, Lucas Tuke and Co., Shaw: Eliz. Bragg, Meliora, see Huxley Norman, architect, Sheffield, John, Shelley: Agnes, see James Ric., Shendish man., see Langley, Kings Shenley (Herts.), man. of Weld or Newberries, poorho. (in South Mimms), rector of, see Newcome Shepherd: Agnes, Edw., architect, Revd. Hen., John (d. 1520), John (fl. 1542), John (fl. 1597, ? another), John (fl. 18th cent.), Mariot, see Hyde Mic., Ric., Rob. (fl. 1502), Rob. (fl. 1593), Rog., Thos., Wm. (fl. 1306), Wm. (fl. 1466), Wm. (fl. 1541), fam., Sherman, E. C., architect, Sherwen, John, Shether, Rob., vicar of Hendon, Shewell: John, Judith, Thos., fam., Shillitoe, Thos. Shipbroke: Marg., see Mocking Rog., fam., Shirley, Steph., Shobdon, Wal. of, shooting, Shoreditch, Balmes Ho., ch. of St. Leonard, chantry in, Fuller's alms-hos., and see Haggerston Shorne: Isabel, w. of John de, John de (fl. 1307), John de (fl. 1354), Wal. de, Shortgrove (Essex), Shorthouse, Hen., Shropshire Mission to East London, Shum, Ern., architect, Sidney (Sydney): Thos. (fl. late 16th cent.), Thos. (d. 1889), ld. mayor of Lond., Sigor (Sigar), fam., Silk stream, Silver, Dan., Silver Street and Tanners End, in Edmonton, chs., dom. bldgs.: Bridport Hall, Millfield Ho., Russell Ho., Woodlands, n pub. hos.: Bull, Hart's Horn, Two Brewers, and see Edmonton, Upper Silver Street, in Enfield, see Baker Street Simmonds: C. W. B., Rob., Wm. May, Simon, Ric. s. of, see Richard Simond: Ralph, Ric. (fl. 1304), Ric. (d. by 1493), fam., Simpson: Dr. Edw., Mrs. Russell, -, vicar of Tottenham, Singer, Geo., Sinnott, J. and B., architects, Siward of Northumbria, skating, Skevington, Ric., Skidmore, see Scudamore Skinner: Mrs. Barbara, Thos., Sir Vincent, Skip, Wm., Slaughter: Edm., Sarah, Sleter, Francesco, painter, Smale, Hen. Lewis, Smallwood, Thos., Smart: E. J., Thos., fam., Smirke, Sir Rob., architect, Smith (Smyth): Ann, Anne, see Bowyer Art., Sir Culling, bt., D. F. Martin-, see Martin-Smith Mrs. Frances, Sir Fran. Pettit, Geo. Knights, Helen, see Hyde Hen. (d. c. 1606), Hen. (fl. 1893), Hen. Herb., Howard, J., sculptor, Jason, Joan, m. Edw. Collins, Joan, w. of Wm., John (fl. 1393), John (fl. 1496), John (fl. 1844), John (fl. 1859, ? another), John (d. 1894), John Thos., painter, Jos., Marg., m. 1 John Cox, 2 John Gardiner, 3 John Hamond, Marg., wid. of Mat., Mat., Phil., Reynold, Ric., Ric. Booth, Rob., Rog., Sarah, see Page Stevie, poet, T. Rog., architect, Thos. (fl. 1525), Thos. (fl. 1681), Thos. (fl. 1792), Wm. (d. 1592), Wm. (fl. 1717), Wm. (fl. 1764), Sir Wm. (fl. 1779), Wm. (fl. 1803), Wm. (fl. 1878), -, see Hegge fam., Smith's Potato Crisps, Smithson, Sir Hugh, Sneath, Geo., Snell: John, Wm., Sneyd: Susanna, see Edwards Wm., Snow: Geo., John, Thos., Snoxall: Edw., John, Jos. Ironmonger, Soames: Chas., - (fl. 17th cent.), Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, Society of Friends, see Quakers Society of Licensed Victuallers, Solomon, H. N., Somer: Agnes, m. 2 Sir Ric. Vere, Anne, m. 1 Thos. Charlton, Sir Ric. Vere, Cath., w. of Hen., Hen., Somercotes, Marg., Somerset: Col. Alf. Plantagenet, Eliz., m. Wm. Herbert, marquess of Powis, Hen., duke of Beaufort, Somerset, see Compton Martin; Creech Somerville, Mr. (fl. 1863), Somry, see Barnett Sopwell (Herts.), priory of, Soutar, J. C. S., architect, South, Sam., brick-makers, South Mimms, see Mimms, South South Ockendon hosp. management cttee., South Street, see Southgate Southampton, earl of, see Wriothesley, Hen. Southgate (South Street), formerly in Edmonton, baths, boro., arms, council, wards, Bounds Green, q.v. Bowes, q.v. Bowes Park, q.v. bridges, cemetery, chars., chs., cinemas, Clappers Green, q.v. clubs and socs., coach svces., dom. bldgs., Arnoside, Ash Lodge, Avington Ho., Beaver Hall, Bone Grove, Cannon Ho., College Ho., Croft Cottage, Eagle Hall, Elm Hall, Essex Ho., Eversley Park, Hermitage, Holcombe Ho., Hope Ho., Ivy Cottage, Mayfield, Minchenden Lodge, Norbury Ho., Old Ho., Sandford Ho., Wilderness, educ., electricity, farms and farm-hos., Betstyle, Bohun, Chase, Clappers Green, Eastpole (Chase), Home, Model (Camelot), Oakhill, Oak Hill Coll., Westpole, fire, Fords Green, q.v. gas, growth, halls and institutes, hosps., housing and council estates, Chaseville Park, hunting, incumbents, and see Curtis, Geo. Wm. ind., charcoal, coach-bldg., tanning, Jews, librs. and reading rooms, local board, officers, mans. and other estates, Arnos Grove (Arnolds), n, ho. (Northmet Ho.), Broomfield (Ho.), ho., Cullands (Cannons) Grove, ho., estates of religious hos., Grovelands (Southgate Grove), ho., Lodge, Minchenden, ho., Oak Lodge (Oakwood Park), Old Park, Southgate Ho., mkt. gdning. and nurseries, mkts. and fairs, mus., nonconf., omnibus svces., Palmers Green, q.v. parks and open spaces, police, postal svces., pub. hos., Cherry Tree, Cock, n Crown, Jolly Farmers, Rising Sun, Woolpack, rlys. and Underground rlys., rly. stas., roads, Rom. Cathm., sewerage, Southgate, New, q.v. sport, town hall, urban district, council, wards, ward, n water, Winchmore Hill, q.v. woodland, worthies, Southgate, New (Colney Hatch), in Southgate and Friern Barnet, Betstile Lodge, chs., cinema, growth, halls and institutes, ind., gas-wks., nonconf., rly. sta., Southgate and District Gas Co. (formerly Southgate and Colney Hatch Gas Light and Coke Co.), Southgate and Friern Barnet Sentinel , Southgate Chronicle, Southgate Engineering Co., Southgate Messenger (later North Middlesex and Southgate Messenger), Southwark (formerly Surr.), Guy's hosp., Southwell: Theresa, W. H., fam., Spain, see Dixon-Spain Spalding: Thos., fam., Sparke, Dr. Edw., vicar of Tottenham and Walthamstow, Sparklets, see Aerators Ltd. Spencer: Arnold, vicar of South Mimms, Sir John, Spenser, Edm., poet, Sperling: Hen. Piper, Revd. John, Mrs., Spicer, Geo., Spigurnel, Ric., Spillers-French Baking Ltd., Spiritualist National Union, Spiritualists, Spratt, Wm., sculptor, Spurgeon, Chas. Hadden, Spurling, Marg., m. Ric. Franklin, Spurling Motor Bodies, Stadium Ltd., Staffordshire, see Perry Hall Stag brewery, staller, Ansgar the, see Ansgar Stamford (Lincs.), Stamford Hill, in Tottenham and Hackney, chs., dom. bldgs.: Coleraine Ho., Markfield Ho., Sherborough Ho., Shrubbery, growth, halls and institutes, ind., nonconf., tram svces., turnpike trust, Stamford Hill Times , Stanbridge, Geo., Stanburn, stream (Edgware brook), Stancliffe, Sam., rector of Gt. Stanmore, later curate of Kingsbury, Standard Bottle Co., Standard Freehold Land Co., Standard Fuse Co., Standard Telephones and Cables, Standish, Ralph, Stanford: Alice, wid. of Sir Wm., m. 2 Rog. Carew, Sir Rob., Sir Wm. (d. 1558), Wm. (fl. 1575), fam., Stanhope, Phil. Dormer, earl of Chesterfield, Stanmore: Alice, w. of Wm. of, m. 2 John de Ros, Aloys of, Felice, Marsilia, dau. of Rob. of, m. Rob. of Stanmore, Maud, Rob. of (fl. 12th cent.), Rob. of, son-in-law of Rob. of, Rob. (fl. 1274), Wm. of, Stanmore, Ld., see Hamilton-Gordon, Art. Stanmore, Great (formerly Stanmore), agric., allotments, alms-hos., boundaries, bridges, chars., chs., clubs and socs., coach svces., common pasture and waste, inclosure, dom. bldgs.: Belmont (Stanmore Ho.), Belmont Lodge, Benhale, Berkeley Cottage, Bowling Green Ho., Broomfield, Church Ho., Coach Ho., Croft (New Manor Ho.), Elm Ho., Elms, Grove, Heriots, Hill (Great) Ho., Hilldene, Limes (Ho.), Manor Ho., Nunlands, Oak Lodge, Oak Villa, Old Ho., Orme Lodge, Raven Dene, Rectory, Regent Ho., Robin Hill (Loscombe Lodge), Rookery, Rose Cottage, Round Ho., Stanburn Ho., Stanmore Hall, Townsend Villa (Belmont Lodge), Vine Cottage, Warren Ho. (Springbok Ho.), White Ho., Woodlands, Woodside, drainage, educ., electricity, farms and medieval tenements, Aylwards, Buggs, Fiddles, Hodgkins, Mackerels, Montagues, Old Church Farm, Park (Home), Pathsgate (Brains), Pynnacles, Rooks, Thrums, Ward's, fields, inclosure, fire, gas, geol. and soil, growth, halls and institutes, hosps., housing and council estates, Glebe, Wemborough Road, Wolverton Road, hunting, ind., brewing, engineering and electronics, gas-wks., Jews, local fams., mans. and other estates, Great Stanmore, cts., ho., officers, Stanmore Park, ho., mills, nonconf., omnibus svces., par. officers, parks and open spaces, police, poor-relief, pop., postal svces., pub. hos.: Abercorn Arms (Royal), Black Horse, Crown, Green Man, King's Head (formerly Three Pigeons), Load of Hay, Queen's Head, Red Lion, Vine, rlys. and Underground rlys., rly. stas., rectors, and see Bernays; Chauvel; Cortell; Gordon; Nicholl, John; Stancliffe; Willoughby retail trade, roads, Rom. Cathm., sewerage, soc. life, sport, Stanmore Common, q.v. Stanmore marsh, q.v. tithes, tram svces., water, woodland, wkho., worthies, Stanmore, Little (formerly Whitchurch), agric., alms-hos., boundaries, bridges, Brockley Hill, q.v. chars., chs., frontispiece, clubs and socs., coach svces., common pasture and waste, customary wks. and svces., dom. bldgs., Albany Ho., Brockley Hill Ho., Edgware Ho., n, Limes (Ho.), Oak Villa, Stone Grove Cottage, Stone Grove Court, Stone Grove Ho., Stone Grove Lodge, Sulloniacae, drainage, educ., electricity, Elstree, q.v. farms and farm-hos.: Brockley Hill, Grub's, Marsh (later Canons Park), New, Old, Wood, fields, fire, gas, geol. and soil, growth, halls and institutes, hosps., housing and council estates, Berridge, Chandos, hunting, incumbents, and see Armstrong; Desaguliers; Holland; Norman; Poole; Style ind., aircraft, brick-making, Jews, local fams., mans. and other estates, Canons or Little Stanmore, cts., gdns., ho., Stanmore Chenduit, Wimborough, mkts. and fairs, mills, nonconf., omnibus svces., par. officers, parks and open spaces, police, poor-relief, pop., postal svces., pub. hos., Coach and Horses, Crane (Chandos Arms), Crown, Dick Turpin, Falcon, Green Man (formerly Greyhound), King's Head, Lion, Load of Hay, Mason's Arms, Ninepin and Bowl, Sawyers' Arms, White Hart, White Horse, White Lion, rlys. and Underground rlys., rlys. stas., rectory, retail trade, roads, Rom. Cathm., sewerage, soc. life, tithes, tram svces., water, woodland, worthies, Stanmore Common, in Great Stanmore, Stanmore Dairies, Stanmore (later Harrow and Stanmore) Gas Co., Stanmore marsh, in Great Stanmore, Stanton: Wm. de, chaplain of Little Stanmore, Wm., sculptor, Star , Staresmere, Thos., Starling, Sir Sam., Starmer, W. P., painter, Staunton, Thos., Steadman, Jas. Farrer, Stebbing, see Salmon's brook Stenning, Alex., architect, Stent: Jos., Mat., Stephen, King, Stephens (Stevens): E. N., bldr., Edm., Edw., Ric., Wm., Stephenson, Rowland, Stepney, Sterling Vitreous Enamels, Stern, David, & Partners, architects, Sterrett, John E., architect, Stevenage (Herts.), Stevens, see Stephens Steventon, Jas. of, Stewart, Rob., Vct. Castlereagh, Stile, see Style Stockdale, Marg., stocks, Stoke Lyne (Oxon.), Stoke Newington, see Newington, Stoke Stoke Newington, Tottenham and Hackney Accumulating Fund Soc., Stokes, Rob., n Stone: Nic., sr., architect, Nic., jr., architect, Percy, architect, Ric., Stonebridge stream, Storer, John, Stortford, Bishop's (Herts.), rly. svces. to, Strafford, Ld. and earl of, see Byng Strand poor law union: sch., n, wkho., Stransham, see Strensham Stratford (Essex), Stratton, Adam de, Streatley (Berks.), ch., Street: Geo. Edm., architect, Wm., Streitbury, Edw., Strensham (Stransham), Rob., warden of All Souls Coll., Oxford, Strict Baptists, see Baptists Stringer: Ant., Sir Thos., Wm., Strode, Wm., Strong, Sam., Strood Hall farm, in Little Canfield, Little Easton and Great Dunmow (Essex), Strothoffe: Chris., Eliz., wid. of Chris., Strousberg, -, Stubbs, Fran., Stukeley, Wm., Sturgeon, Ric., Style (Stile): Geo., John, vicar of Little Stanmore, Maurice, Ric., Sarah, m. - Ravenscroft, Thos., Thos., s. of Thos., Wm., Sudeby, Cecily, see Norris Suffolk, Ellis of, Sugden, Sam., Sulyard, Wm., Sumpton, Mr. (fl. 1868), Sune: Agnes, Rog., Wolwyn le, fam., Supply, Ministry of, Surrey, see Battersea; Epsom; Lambeth; Southwark; Vauxhall Sussex, duke of, see Augustus Frederick Sutherland, dowager duchess of, see Rollit, Mary Suthmymmes, Wm., clerk, Sutton, Thos., Swan, Sir Jos. Wilson, Swein of Northampton, his s., see Robert Swift, Ric., swimming, Sydney, see Sidney Sykes: Judith, w. of Pet., Pet., Tailor, see Taylor Tait, Archibald Campbell, bp. of London, Talman, Wm., architect, Tamworth, John, Tanner: Hen., Rob., Thos., tanner, Wm. the, see William Tanners End, in Edmonton, see Silver Street tanning, Tarring, J., & Sons, Tash: Mary, see Jackson Wm., Tasker, F. W., architect, Tatbourne, brook, Tate, John, Tatem: Cath., Jas. Geo. (d. 1854), Jas. Geo. (d. 1895), Sam., Tawe, John, Taylor (Tailor, Tayler): A. S., architect, Brook, Chris., Edm., Edw., Eliz., w. of Rob., Hen., Isaac, Isabel, see Hyde Jas. Hudson, Joan, see Norwood John, John Donnithorne, Capt. John Vickris, Leopold, Rob. (fl. 1594), Rob. (fl. 1673-1717), incumbent of Monken Hadley and East and Chipping Barnet, Sir Rob. (fl. 1788), architect, Rob. (d. 1844), Maj. Rob. Kirkpatrick, Sim., T. H., architect, Thos., fam., Tebworth, Gilb. of, Tebworth (Beds.), Teed, Thos., Telford, Thos., temperance halls and socs., Templars, see Knights Templars Temple, Ric. de, prior of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, Temple, Earl, see Grenville Temple Fortune, in Hendon, chs., housing and council estates, nonconf., Temple - Nugent - Brydges - Chandos - Grenville, Ric., see Grenville Tennent, see Tovey-Tennent tennis, Tenterden, Ld., see Abbott tenure: copyhold (customary), Borough English, enfranchised, freehold, head tenants, knight service, leasehold, under-setters, Teshmaker: Merry, Sarah, wid. of Thos., Thos., fam., Teulon, S. S., architect, Teuton, Hen. the, see Henry Tewart, Miss Cass-, Tewkesbury (Glos.), Thackeray: J. R., R. W., rector of Hunsdon, Richmond, Wm. Makepeace (fl. 1786), fam., Thames Conservancy, theatres, Theobalds, see Cheshunt Thickpenny, Leonard, curate of Enfield, Thirlby: Hen., Thos., bp. of Westminster, later bp. of Norwich, Thos., brother of Thos., Thompson (Tompson): C., vicar of South Mimms, Sir Hen., Thos., vicar of Enfield and master of Christ's Coll., Cambridge, Wm., curate of Monken Hadley, Thorn A.E.I. Radio Valves & Tubes, Thorn Electrical Industries, Thorney (Cambs.), abbey of, abbots, see Clopton; Yaxley Thornhill, Sir Jas., painter and architect, Thornton: Jos., Ric., Thorpe: John, architect, Thos., Wm., Throckmorton, fam., Thrupp & Maberly, Thundersley (Essex), Thurstan, housecarl (fl. 1044-51), Thurstan (fl. c. 1184), his s., see Marsh, Picot Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista, painter, Tilbury, H. W., Tilling, Thos., Tillotson, Dr. John, dean of St. Paul's, Tiptoft: Edw., earl of Worcester, Sir John, later Ld. Tiptoft, John, earl of Worcester, Joyce, Lady Tiptoft, Philippe, dau. of John, Ld. Tiptoft, m. 1 Thos., Ld. Ros, 2 Thos. Wingfield, 3- Grimston, Titanine Ltd., Tite, Wm., architect, Tokyngton, in Harrow, man., Toll, Ric., Tompson, see Thompson Torrington, Lady, see Byng, Eliz. Tostig (fl. 11th cent.), Tottenham, Otes of, see Otes Tottenham, agric., Alexandra Palace, q.v. allotments, alms-hos., Phesaunt's or Pound, Reynardson's, Sanchez's, and see High Cross or Tottenham Green, dom. bldgs., Drapers' alms-hos.; High Road, dom. bldgs., Ald. Staines's almshos. and Sailmakers' almshos.; Wood Green, dom. bldgs., Fuller's alms-hos., Porter's and Walter's almshos., and Printers' alms-hos. baths, board of surveyors, boro., arms, council, boundaries, Bounds Green, q.v. Bowes Park, q.v. bridges, cemetery, chantries, Chapmans Green, q.v. chars., Chitts Hill, q.v. chs., cinemas, Clay Hill, q.v. clubs and socs., coach svces., common fields, inclosure, common pasture and waste, customary wks. and svces., drainage, Ducketts Green or Common, q.v. educ., Bruce Castle sch., Green Coat sch., Tottenham grammar sch., electricity, farms and farm-hos.: Asplins, Awlfield, Broadwater, Devonshire Hill (formerly Clayhill), Rectory, Tent, Tottenham Wood, Whitebraid Hall, fire, friendly socs., gas, geol. and soil, Greek Orthodox Ch., group hosp. management cttee., growth, halls and institutes, Harringay, q.v. High Cross or Tottenham Green, q.v. High Road, q.v. hosps., housing and council estates, Broadwater Farm, Noel Park, Potters Bar, Woodberry, and see London County Council hunting, ind., brewing, brick-making, engineering, furniture-making, lace-making, paper-making, tanning, ind. estates, Basildon (Crown) wks., Bounds Green, Finsbury wks., Rochester wks., Wingate trading estate, Jews, librs. and reading rooms, local board, Lordship Lane, q.v. Lutherans, mans. and other estates, Balliols or Daubeneys, Bruces, cts., ho. (Bruce Castle), see Tottenham man. Church farm, vicarage-ho. (Priory), Coombes Croft, Ho., Crokes farm, ho. (White Hall), Downhills, ho. (Downhills Ho., later Mount Pleasant Ho.), Ducketts (Grainger's), ho. (Dovecote Ho.; Grainger's farm-ho.), estates of religious hos., Hastings or Pembrokes, cts., ho., Mockings, cts., ho., Rectory man., cts., ho. ('parsonage', Moated Ho., Tottenham Park), Stone Leas, Tottenham man., cts., ho. (Lordship Ho.; Bruce Castle), officers, and see Bruces; Daubeneys; Hastings or Pembrokes; Mockings Twyfords (Martins), Willoughby Ho., and see Edmonton, mans. and other estates, Willoughbies mkt. gdning. and nurseries, marsh, mills, mus., music hall, nonconf., Northumberland Park, q.v. omnibus svces., Page Green, q.v. par. officers, parks and open spaces, police, poor-relief, pop., pub. hos., rlys. and Underground rlys., rly. stas., workmen's tickets, retail trade, roads, Rom. Cathm., Rom. remains, St. Ann's, q.v. St. Lawrence, Clayhanger, hosp. of, St. Loy, hosp. of, Scotland Green, q.v. Seven Sisters, q.v. sewerage, soc. life, sport, and see Harringway Stadium; Tottenham Hotspur football club Stamford Hill, q.v. theatre, tithes, Tottenham Hale, q.v. town hall, tram svces., urban district, council, wards, vicars, and see Bates; Bedwell; Comyn; Hall; Hickes; Husband; Mariner; Morrison; Newcome; Pratt; Simpson; Sparke; Wharton; Wilson; Wimpew wards, watch-ho., water, West Green, q.v. White Hart Lane, q.v. woodland, wkho., worthies, Tottenham, 'Dogs of', song, n Tottenham & District Gas Co., see Tottenham and Edmonton Gas Light & Coke Co. Tottenham and Edmonton Advertiser , later Weekly Advertiser, Tottenham and Edmonton Gas Light & Coke Co. (later Tottenham & District Gas Co., Tottenham and Edmonton Weekly Herald , Tottenham and Hampstead Joint Cttee., Tottenham and Hampstead Junction Railway, Tottenham Brewery, Tottenham Chronicle , Tottenham Cinema and Entertainment Co., Tottenham Hale (the Hale), in Tottenham, growth, ind., nonconf., pub. hos., Plough, White Hart, rly. sta., Tottenham Hotspur football club, Tottenham Lager Beer Brewery and Ice Factory, Tottenham Loyal Association, Tottenham Sanitary Association, Totteridge (Herts.), Tournament of Tottenham , satire Tovey-Tennent, Col. Hamilton, Town and Country Land Co., Townley (Towneley): Fran., Jas., vicar of Hendon, John, Townsend: Chauncey, M.P., Revd. Chauncey, Hen., Hen. Hare, Jas., Rose, see Duplessis fam., Tramways (M.E.T.) Omnibus Co., Travers, Ben., treasurer, Wm. the, see William Trench: Dr. Edm., Sam., Sarah, m. John Berney, Trent Place, see Enfield Chase, estates Tresham: Geo., Sir Thos., Trevor, Sir Thos., Tricity Cookers, Trinity College, Cambridge, Trobridge, Ern. Geo., architect, Trollope, Frances, Trotter: Capt. Fred., John, Capt. John, Canon Mowbray, Mrs. (fl. 1912), fam., Troughton, Chris., Truro, Ld., see Wilde Trussell: Alice, see Grimston Thos., Tuck, Thos., Tucker, Wm., Tuke, Dr. Dan., Tuna (Anglo-Saxon personal name), Tunworth, in Kingsbury, Turkey Street, in Enfield, dom. bldgs.: Roselands, Sweeting, halls and institutes, pub. ho., Plough, Turnaunt: Eliz., see Gedney Joan, w. of Ric., Ric., Thomasine, m. Sir John Risley, Turner (Turnor): Sir Edw., Ely, incumbent of Monken Hadley, John, Mary, see Ewer Rob., Sharon, Wal. (d. 1494), Wal. (d. 1500), Turpin: Dick, Mary, Thos., Tuttey, Wm., vicar of South Mimms, Twells: Georgiana Hannah, w. of Phil., Phil., M.P., Twinn: Ann, Sam., Twyford: John, Nic., Twyford, Twyne, Edm., Tylor (Tyler): Sir Edw., Mrs. Mary, Ric., U.K. Optical Bausch & Lomb, Udall, John, Udallites, nonconf. sect, Udney, Mary, Ughtred of London, Underground Electric Rly. Co., Underground rly., and see Bakerloo; Metropolitan; Northern; Victoria under-setters, see tenure Underwood: Marg., see Darby Wm., unemployment, Unilever Pension Trust, Union of Post Office Workers, see Post Office Unitarians, United Counties Land Building and Investment Soc., United Dairies, United Flexible Metallic Tubing Co., Unwin, Sir Raymond, architect, Upper Edmonton, see Edmonton, Upper Uvedale: Marg., wid. of Rear-Admiral Sam., Dr. Rob., Rear-Admiral Sam., Uxbridge, Uxendon, in Harrow, Vanbrugh, Sir John, architect, Vanden Plas (England) Ltd. , Vardy, John, architect, Vaughan: Anne, see Lewknor Eliz., see Nightingale Herb. Alf., cardinal, John, Rhys, Wilmot, earl of Lisburne, fam., Vaux: Geo., Hen., Wm., Ld. Vaux of Harrowden, Vauxhall (Surr.), Venour, le: John, Sibyl, see Blund Wm., fam., Vere: Agnes, see Somer Anne, see Somer Eliz., see Beaumont Jas. (fl. 1450), Jas. (fl. 1780), John de, earl of Oxford, Sir Ric., Vescy, Isabel, Lady de Vescy, n Veysey, John, bp. of Exeter, Vicars, - (fl. 1583), Vickery, Rob., Victoria, Queen, Victoria and Albert Museum, in Kensington, Victoria line, Victor International Plastics, Vidler, Eliz., Viel (Vitalis), Viker: Wm., n, fam., n Vincent: Edw. (fl. 1717), Edw. (fl. 1777), Rob., fam., vines, Vitalis, see Viel Vollmann, Otto, Vorontzoff, Count Sim., Russian ambassador, Voysey: C. Cowles, architect, C. F. A., architect, Wade, John, Wailes, W., Wakefield: Mrs. Priscilla, Wm., Walcot, Humph., Walde, Pet. de, vicar of Edmonton, Walden: Idony, wid. of John, John, Rog., abp. of Canterbury, fam., Walden (Essex), abbey of, abbots, and see Poley prior (later abbot) of, see Reginald Waldo: Dan., Edw., Pet., Waleran, his w. Lucy, see Bucointe Waleran, Lucy, m. 1 Rob. de Paris, 2 And. Blund, 3 Sir John Garland, Waleys, Rob., Walkeden: Geof., Thos., Walker: Fred., Isaac (fl. 1777), Isaac (d. 1853), Isaac Donnithorne, Jas., John (fl. 1542), John (d. 1590), John (fl. 1810), John (fl. 1850), Russell, Russell Donnithorne, Mrs. Sophia, Thos., Vyell Edw., - (d. 1922), fam., Walker, Taylor, brewers, Wallace, Wm., architect, Wallen, see Ferry and Wallen Waller, Ralph, Wallis: Albany, Bert., n Wm., Wallrock, Sam., Walsh, Jas., Walsingham: Sir Fran., Thos., Walter: Nat., fam., Waltham Cross (Herts.), Waltham Holy Cross (Essex), Walthamstow (Essex), vicar of, see Sparke Waltheof, earl of Huntingdon, Walton: Adam de, Ambrose, Hen., archdeacon of Richmond, Izaak, Jane, see Brunskill Joan, m. Rob. Derby, John, Mary, wid. of John, Mic., Thos., Wm., Walturdaw Animated Picture Co., Walworth, Wm., mayor of Lond., n, Wand, John, Wanley, ? Geo., Wanstead Ho. (Essex), War Department, Signal Factory, Ward (Warde): Alex., Chris., Harbut John, Hen., John, Mary, see Beckett Ric., Rob., Dr. Sam., Sam., Thos., Wardell, Miss Mary, Ware: Grace, Isaac, architect, Jas. (d. c. 1671), Jas. (fl. 1811), John, canon of St. Stephen's, Westminster, Mary, Sarah, Ware (Herts.), Warenne, Gundred de, Warham, Fran., vicar of Hendon, Warne: Wm., Wm., & Co., see London Caoutchouc Co. Warner: John, physician, John, warden of All Souls Coll., Oxford, Rob., Wm. Perkins, Warre, E. L., architect, Warren: Dawson, vicar of Edmonton, Jas. (fl. 1840), Jas. (d. 1904), fam., warren, Warrengate, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates Warwick, earl of, see Neville, Ric. Warwickshire, see Compton Wynyates; Edgbaston Wash brook, see Maiden's brook Washbourne, Wm., vicar of Edmonton, Waterhouse: Alf., P. L., architect, Wateville, Rog. de, Watford: Isabel of, Wal. of, Watford (Herts.), Watkin and Son, Watkins, H. G., incumbent of Potters Bar, Watling estate, see London County Council, housing and council estates Watling Resident , Watling Street, see Edgware Road Watson: Geo. N., John, T. H., architect, Waugh, Ben., Waver: Christine, w. of Hen., see Haseley Christine, m. 1 Wm. Brown, 2 Sir Humph. Dymock, Hen. (fl. 1451), Hen. (d. by 1479), Waylett, C. W., bell-founder, Wealdstone, in Harrow, Weall: Ben., John, weaving, Webb: Eliz., see Burnell Phil., architect, Col. Wm., Wm., architect, Wedderburn, Alex., later earl of Rosslyn, Weedon: Dan., Jas., Weekly Advertiser , see Tottenham and Edmonton Advertiser Weekly Standard , Weir, And., later Ld. Inverforth, Weir Hall, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates Welch: David, H. A., architect, Ric., Welch and Lander, architects, Weld: Frances, w. of Sir John, Sir Humph., Sir John, fam., Wellington & Ward, Wells: John, Sir Thos. Spencer, bt., Welwyn Garden City (Herts.), Wembley, in Harrow, boro., arms, council, wards, man., urban district, council, town hall, wards, Wembley Park, Wembley News, Wendout, Rog., Wentworth, Thos., Ld. Wentworth, Wesleyans, see Methodists West: C. H., Jane, wid. of Col. Temple, John, curate of Kingsbury, Vice-Admiral Temple, Col. Temple, Sir Thos., later Ld. De La Warr, West Barnet, see Barnet West Green, in Tottenham, ch., dom. bldgs.: Gothic Ho., West Green Ho., West Green Lodge, Woodlands, growth, halls and institutes, nonconf., rly. sta., ward, West Hertfordshire main drainage authority, see Colne Valley sewerage board West London union school, West Middlesex Drainage Scheme, West Middlesex Sewerage and Sewage Disposal Scheme (Mogden), West Middlesex Waterworks Co., Western, Maximilian, Westlake, N. H., painter, Westmacott, Ric., jr., sculptor, Westmelne: John of, Wm. of, n Westminster: abbey (later collegiate ch. of St. Pet.), abbots, and see Barking, Ric. of; Blois; Crispin abp. (Rom. Cath.) of, see Manning bp. of, see Thirlby, Thos. chs. and pars.: St. Jas., Piccadilly, St. John, Drury Lane, St. John the Baptist, Great Marlborough St., St. Paul, Great Portland St., Covent Garden, and see London, St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, fair dean and chapter, Devonshire Ho., in Piccadilly, dioc., dioc. (Rom. Cath.), Golden Square, statue from Canons in, Leicester Square, statue from Canons in, palace of, St. Clement Danes, rector of, see Burrows, John St. Jas., hosp. of, St. Marg.'s, Broadway Chapel in, curate of, see Mutter St. Steph.'s, canon of, see Ware, John Weston: Pet. de, bell-founder, Thos., Westwood: Humph., Humph., s. of Humph., Thos., Whalley, Edw., Wharton: Dr. Geof., vicar of Tottenham, canon of St. Paul's, and later archdeacon of London, Sir Geo., bt., Wheeler: Ambrose, Geo., J. R., John, Lydia, Thos. (fl. 1604), Thos. (fl. 1856), fam., Whichcote, Sir Jeremy, whipping-post, Whishaw: Chas., fam., Whitaker, Jos., Whitaker's Almanack , Whitbread: Hannah, Sam., Whitbread & Co., Whitchurch, see Stanmore, Little White: Alma, Dr. Art. Calcutta, Claude Grahame-, see GrahameWhite Humph., Thos. (fl. 1551), Thos. (fl. 1842), Thos. Holt, Wlward, fam., White Hart Lane, in Tottenham, ch., dom. bldgs.: Moselle Ho., Moselle Villa, Tottenham Terrace, Trafalgar Ho., growth, halls and institutes, ind., nonconf., and see London County Council, housing and council estates Whitechapel, Whitehead: Eliz., Mr. (fl. c. 1792), Whitewebbs, in Enfield, pub. ho., King and Tinker, and see Enfield, mans. and other estates Whiting, Rob., curate of Kingsbury, Whitley's factory, Whitmore: Chas., Eliz., see Acton Sir Thos., bt. (d. 1666), Sir Thos. (fl. 1747), Sir Wm., bt., Wm., Wickens: Emily, Kath., Wickes, Ric., Wickham: John, Wm., bp. of Lincoln, later bp. of Winchester, Widford (Herts.), Wight: Moses, curate of Kingsbury, vicar of Willesden, and canon of St. Paul's, Rob., Wightman: Phil., bell-founder, Wm., bell-founder, Wigston, J., Wilberforce, Wm., Wilbraham: Eliz., m. Mutton Davies, Mary, m. Sir Thos. Pelham, Sir Rog., Sir Thos., Wilcocks (Wilcox): Jos., curate of Kingsbury and vicar of Harrow, Mary, m. Sir Rob. Barkham, Thos., Wilde (Wyld, Wylde): John, of Barking (d. c. 1614), John (fl. 1607, ? another), Sir John, of Edmonton (d. c. 1665), Sir John (fl. 1619, ? another), Thos., Ld. Truro, Wm., Wilding, Alex., Wilford: Agnes, Edw., Geo., John (d. 1544), John (fl. 1568), John (fl. 1635), Ric., Steph., Wm., Wilkes, Thos., Wilkins, Thos., Wilkinson: Dr. Abraham, Hen., Willeford, Thos., vicar of South Mimms, Willement, Thos., Willesden, Brondesbury, q.v. cemetery, Cricklewood, q.v. Harlesden, q.v. Kilburn, q.v. local fams., Neasden, q.v. urban district council, vicars of, see Bishop; Clark, Wm.; Fly; Hawkins; Wight, Moses William I, William the Lion, king of Scotland, William the chamberlain, William the chaplain, William the tanner, William the treasurer, William, s. of Fubert, n, William, s. of Geof., William Henry, duke of Gloucester, Williams: Henrietta, Hen., Sir John, later Ld. Williams, John, Capt. Rob., Theodore, vicar of Hendon, Wm., Williamson, Benedict, architect, Willing, Jas., Willis: Edw. (Ted), later Ld. Willis, Hen., Willoughbies, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates; Tottenham, mans. and other estates (Willoughby Ho.) Willoughby: Baptist, rector of Great Stanmore, Phil., dean of Lincoln, Sir Wm., Willson: Thos., fam., and see Wilson Wilmot, John Eardley-, see Eardley Wilshin, Jas., Wilson: Alex., vicar of Tottenham and canon of St. Paul's, Edw., naturalist, Frances, Fred., n Harold, prime minister, J. B., and Son, architects, Revd. Rob. Fran., T. M., architect, Thos. (d. 1581), Thos. (d. c. 1590), Thos. Percival, Wm., Misses, and see Willson Wiltshire, see Marlborough College Wimborough man., see Stanmore, Little, mans. and other estates Wimpew, Wm., vicar of Tottenham and prebendary of Lincoln, Wimpey, Geo., & Co., Winbolt, Rob., and his wid., Winchester: bps. of, see Beaufort, Hen.; Fox, Ric.; Wickham, Wm.; Wykeham prebendary of, see Newbolt, J. M. Winchmore Hill, in Southgate, chs., cinema, clubs and socs., dom. bldgs., Beaulieu, Beaumont Lodge, Belmont, Broadfields, Dacres, Devon Ho., Glenwood Ho., Highfield Ho., Linden Lodge, Moor Park, Percy Lodge, Prospect Ho., Rose Cottage, Roseneath, Roseville, Rowantree Ho., Stone Hall, Uplands, Woodside Ho., growth, halls and institutes, ind., nonconf., pub. hos., Fishmongers' Arms, Green Dragon, King's Head, Orange Tree, rly. stas., ward, Winchmore Hill Independent Medical Club, Windover, motor engineers, Windsor: And., Ld. Windsor, Edw., Ld. Windsor, Geo., Hen., Ld. Windsor, Wm., fam., Windus: Art., Hester, Wingfield, John, Winkburn: Hugh, Isabel, w. of Hugh, m. 2 Hen. Lynch, John, Winsdale, Eliz., Winter, Thos., Wise, John, witchcraft, witch of Edmonton, see Sawyer, Eliz. Witch of Edmonton , Witherings, John, Witley, Great (Worcs.), ceiling from Canons at, Wix, Revd. R. H., Wolley, Dr. Art., Wolsey, Thos., cardinal, abp. of York, Wolstenholme: Eliz., m. Eliab Breton, Sir John (d. 1639), John (d. 1669), Sir John, bt. (d. 1708), Mary, see Raynton Nic. (d. 1716), Sir Nic. (fl. 1716, ? another), Sir Thos., Wm., fam., Wolverton, Ld., see Glyn Wonder Bakery, Wood: John, Owen, dean of Armagh, W. H., vicar of South Mimms, Wm., Wm. Shelleys, Wood Green, in Tottenham, Alexandra Palace, q.v. baths, boro., arms, council, boundaries, Bounds Green, q.v. Bowes Park, q.v. bridges, Chapmans Green, q.v. chars., Chitts Hill, q.v. chs., cinemas, dom. bldgs., Cherson Ho., Earlham Grove Ho., Fishmongers' institution, Fuller's alms-hos., Nightingale Hall, n, Porter's and Walter's alms-hos., Printers' alms-hos., Wood Green Ho., Woodall Ho., Woodside Ho. (formerly town hall), educ., electricity, fire, Greek Orthodox Ch., growth, halls and institutes, housing and council estates, ind., librs. and reading rooms, local board, music hall, nonconf., parks and open spaces, police, pop., pub. hos., rly. and Underground rlys., rly. sta., Rom. Cathm., soc. life, town hall, tram svces., urban district, council, wards, vicar, ward, water, woodland, Wood Green Weekly Herald , Woodall, F., Woodfields Development Co. Ltd., Woodford (Essex), Woodham: John, Thos., Woodhouse, Dame Mary, woodland, Woodman, Thos., curate of Kingsbury, Woodville, Eliz., see Elizabeth Wooler, David of, Woolner, Thos., Woolnough, John, Woolrych, H. W., Woolwich (Kent), rly. svces. to, Worcester, earl of, see Tiptoft Worcesters and Elsing Hall (Forty Hall), see Enfield, mans. and other estates Worcestershire, see Bournville; Witley, Great Workhouse, John, Works, Ministry of, Worrall: Geo., Hannah, w. of Geo., Hannah, m. Geo. Rooke, Worsfold, Mrs., Wray, John, Wrench: John, Rob., fam., Wright: Chas., Edw., John, Wm., Wright's flour mill, Enfield, Wrights Lane Home for Crippled Boys, Kensington, Wriothesley: Hen., earl of Southampton, Sir Thos., Wroth: Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Palton, Sir Fran., Hen. (d. 1652), Sir Hen. (d. 1671), Jas., Jane, m. Wm. Hen. van Nassau van Zuylesteyn, Ld. Enfield and earl of Rochford, John (fl. 1353), John (d. 1396, ? another), Sir John (d. 1407), John (d. 1412), John (d. 1480), John (d. 1517), John (fl. 1544,) John (d. 1642), Marg., see Enfield Maud, see Durant Sir Pet., Rob. (d. 1535), attorney-gen. of duchy of Lancaster, Sir Rob. (d. 1606), Sir Rob. (d. 1614), Sir Thos. (d. 1573), Thos. (fl. 1582), Sir Thos. (fl. 1634, ? another), Wm. (d. 1408), Wm. (d. 1444), fam., Wrotham, see Plessis Wrotham (Kent), Wrotham Park, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates Wrotham Park stream, Wroxston, John, clerk, n Wyand, fam., Wyburd, Edw., Wyburn: Emily, Rhoda, Wykeham, Wm. of, bp. of Winchester, Wykwane: Hen., Thos., fam., Wyld (Wylde), see Wilde Wyldes, see Hendon, mans. and other estates Wylehale, see Wyrhale Wyliot: John, Rob., Wyllshere, R., Wyllyotts, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates Wymondley: Hen. of, Mabel, w. of Hen., Wyndham, Dame Barbara, Wyrhale (Wylehale): Joan, w. of John, m. 2 Sim. Bonde, John, John, s. of John, Ric., fam., Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A., Yallowley, Jacob, Yaxley: John of, Wm. of, abbot of Thorney, Yeates, A. B., architect, Yonge: Jane, wid. of Sir John, m. 2 Sir Thos. Lewknor, Sir John, York, abps. of, see Maclagan; Neville, Geo.; Wolsey Young: A., architect, Art., Zoffany, John, painter, Zuylesteyn (Zuylestein): Jane, see Wroth Wm., earl of Rochford, Wm. Hen. van Nassau van, Ld. Enfield, Vct. Tunbridge, and earl of Rochford,