Index: K-Z

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Index K-Z Keble, John, Keble College, Keble Road, Keene: Hen., John, keepers of Oxf., Kemp (Kempe): C. E., Mary Jane, Sir Nic., Kemp Hall, Kendal, Ann, Kenilworth (Warws.), Kennet, riv., Kennington (Berks.), Kensington, see London Kent, Ric., Kent, earl of, see Holand Kent, and see Canterbury; Dover; Rye Kenyon, Edm., Kepeharm: Alice, w. of John, m. 2. Hen. Simeon, Benet, Christine, see Pady Hugh (fl. c. 1170), Hugh (fl. 1255), Joan, m. Geof. of Hinksey, John (fl. c. 1130), John (d. c. 1205), Laur., fam., Kepeharm Lane, Kershaw, B., Kettell, (Ketyll): John, Ralph, Kettell Hall, Kettlewell (Yorks. W. R.), Kidd: Frances Sarah, Isabella, Kidlington, Thos., abbot of Oseney, Kidlington, Campsfield in, Gosford in, Kilby, Ric., Killingworth: Alan, Denise, Kimber: Geo., Thos., fam., King: Hen., J. D., Lawr., Rob., bp. of Oxf., W., Wm., King Edward Street, King Street (later Merton Street), Kingerlee, T. H., King's Arms inn, 'king's eight yardlands' (Ehteard), King's Head inn, king's houses (Beaumont Palace), King's Langley, see Langley, King's King's mead, King's mill, Kingsclere (Hants), Kingsmill, Wm., Kingston: Alice of, m. Nic. of Coleshill, Joan of, m. John (s. of Wm.) de Eu, Nic. of, Kingston Road, Kirk, K. E., bp. of Oxford, Knap Hall, Kneller, Sir G., Knibb: John, Jos., fam., n Knollys: Edw., Francis, Sir Francis, Wm., Ld. Knollys, later Vct. Wallingford, Knox, E. A., Kybald Street, Kytsell, John, Labour exchange, Labour party, Labourers, Statute of, Lacy, Wal. de, Ladies Subscription School for girls, Lady chapel at Smith Gate, see St. Mary's chapel 'Lady's Hole', Lahore (India), bp. of, see French Lake District, Lamb and Flag inn, Lamb inn, Lambe, John, Lamplugh, Thos., Lancashire, and see Lancaster Lancaster, earl of, see Thomas Lancaster, Landgable, Lang, Cosmo Gordon, abp. of Canterbury, Langford mill, Langley, Hen., Langley, King's (Herts.), Langston, Jas., Lant: Bart., John, Lark hill, Latimer, Hugh, bp. of Worcester, Latter Day Saints (Mormons), Latton, John, Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, n, and see religious life (Laudian revival); university (statutes) laundry workers and washerwomen, Launton, Laurels, housing estate, Lavenham (Suff.), lawyers, n, Le Maitre, John Peter, Leadbetter, Stiff, Leamington (Warws.), leather ind., leather-selling, and see breeches-makers; curriers; fur trade; glovers; saddlers; shoemakers; skinners; tanners; tawyers Lee (Legh, Leigh, Ley): Jacob, Joan de, John, Reynold of the, Rob., Thos. de (d. 1345), Thos. de (fl. 1357), Thos. (fl. 1488), Thos. (fl. 1543), Leech: John, abbot of Oseney, Jos., legates, papal, Legg, Wm., Legh, see Lee Leicester, earls of, see Dudley; Montfort Leicester, Franciscans from, Leicestershire, and see Leicester; Shepshed Leiden (Netherlands), n Leigh, see Lee Leigh, North, Leigh, South, Lenborough (Bucks.), Lenthall, Wm., Levellers, Levins: Sir Creswell, Wm., Lewes (Suss.), battle of, Lewis, John, Ley, see Lee Leyland Motors, Liberals, Liberal Unionists, libraries and reading rooms, Lichfield (Staffs.), Liddell, H. G., limners, Lincoln, bps. of, and see Alexander; Avalon; Burghersh; Longland; Smith, Wm. Lincoln College, patron of Oxf. chs., rector of, site and bldgs., Lincolnshire, and see Boston; Holland; Lincoln; Stamford Lindsay (Lindsey): A. D. L., fam., Linke, Rob., Linton, Hen., Linton Road, Lion brewery, see Morrell's brewery Little Clarendon Street, Littlegate (Water Gate), Littlegate Bridge, see Preachers' Bridge Littlegate Street, Littlemore, hosp., priory, prioress of, Littlemore Hall, Oxf., Littleton, Edw., Ld. Littleton, livery stables, keepers, Lloyd: Ann, Chas., Griffith, Lloyd's Bank (Carfax), Llyd, Edw., Local Board of Health, univ. representation on, Local Education Authority, local government officers, see civil servants Lock: Edw., Edw., and Son, Sir Jos., fam., Lockhart, J. I., locksmiths, lodgings, and see inmates Loe, Thos., Log, John, Logic Lane, Lokyer, Thos., n Lollardy, and see univ. (Lollardy in); Wycliffe London, John, London, Bermondsey, bp. of, see Ridley, Nic. Camberwell, Charity Organization Soc., citizens of, communications with, Crystal Palace, customs and liberties, Domus Conversorum, economic dominance of, goldsmiths' company, husting, Kensington, South, Lincoln's Inn, mayor, migration, moneyers, Newgate prison, Oxf. mayor's oath in, Oxf. trade with, Paul's Cross, rly. stations, St. Stephen's, Walbrook, sheriffs, shipmen of, soldiers, Somers Town (in St. Pancras par.), taxation, Tower, constable of, Westminster, and see Parliament abbot of, courts, central, see courts dean and chapter of, Marlborough Ho., n plague at, London and County Bank, London and North-Western Rly., London Place, Longland, John, bp. of Lincoln, Longwall Street, Longworth (Berks.), Lords Appellant, lorimers, Lorraine, Louis XVIII, king of France, Lovel, Wm., Ld. Lovel, Lovelace, John, Ld. Lovelace, Luard, D. E. T., Lucas, W. F. & Co. Ltd., Lucy: Fulk de, Rog. de, Wm., Lucy and Co., Ludlow: Fred., John, Ludlow (Salop.), Luther, Martin, Lutherans, Luton (Beds.), Lyhert, Wal., bp. of Norwich, Lyth, John, Macaulay, Thos. Babington, Macbride: J. D., n Mrs., Macclesfield House, Macfarlane, Alex., Maclean, Donald, Maegtheford (Mayweed ford), Magdalen Bridge (East Bridge, Pettypont), houses on, rebuilding of, Magdalen College, bldgs., Waynflete Bldg., Grove, mill, Oxf. property, water-walk, Magdalen College School, Magdalen Gate House, Magdalen Hall, Magdalen Road, Magdalen Road Evangelical Free Church, Magdalen Street, Magdalen Wood, Magpie Lane, Maidenhead (Berks.), Malaunay, Hugh, Mallinson, Thos., Malmesbury: Hen. of, Wm. of, malting, Manchester College, Manning, Cardinal Hen. Edw., Mansfield College, Marat, Jean Pierre, March, earl of, see Mortimer, Rog. Margaret (of France), queen of Edw. I, market gardeners, see gardens Market Hill, Market Street, markets, clerks of, cttee., offences: engrossing, forestalling, regrating, piccage and stallage, see taxation Marks & Spencer Ltd., Marlborough: duchesses of, see Churchill, Sarah; Spencer, Caroline dukes of, and see Churchill, John; Spencer, Chas.; Spencer, Geo.; Spencer Churchill Marlborough Road, Marlow, Mic., Marprelate tracts, Marriott: Chas., J. A. R., Marshall, Thos. the, see Thomas the Marshall Marshall's inn, Marshalsea money, Marston, Marston, New, ch., sch., Marston Ferry Road, Marston Street, Martin: David, Mat., R. R., Wm., Martyr, Peter, Martyrs' Memorial, Mary I, Marygold House, mason, Ric. the, see Richard the mason masons, guild, union, Massey, John, Mather, Cath., Matilda, empress, Matthew: Mary, see White Wm., mattress-makers, Mauclerc, Wal., bp. of Carlisle, Maufe, Sir Edw., Mauger (fl. c. 1200), Mauger's Hall, Mauncel (Mounserel): Geof., Rob., Maunder, Geo., Maurice, prince, Maurice, Peter, Mayo, Thos., Mears, Jas., Medley, Mempric, king, Mercer, Ric., see Garston mercers, guild, merchants, guild, see corporation (guild merchant) merchant tailors, Mercia, ealdormen of, see Eadric Streona; Ethelred earls of, and see Alfgar kings of, and see Offa Mermaid (Swindlestock) tavern, Merriman, Wm., Merry: Miss, W. W., Merton, 'Shoteslawa' in, Merton College, bldgs., chapel, see St. John the Baptist par. (ch.) Oxf. property, patron of Oxf. chs., playing fields, warden and fellows, Merton Street, and see King Street Mesopotamia, Oxf., metal trades, and see cutlers; farriers; hardwaremen; ironfounders; ironmongers; locksmiths; lorimers; pewterers; pinners; plumbers; smiths Metcalfe, Fred., Methodists, n chaps., and see Cowley Road Methodist ch.; Wesley Memorial ch. schs., Metternich, prince, Meules, Sir Nic. de, Mews, Peter, Middle Row (in Broad Street), Middle Row (near St. Mary Magdalen ch.), Middlesex, see London; Staines Midland Bank, migration, to and from Oxf., Milburn Bros., Milcombe, Wm. of, mileways, see roads Milham Ford school, military incidents, see battles Miller, Conrad, milliners, mills, and see under names of particular mills horse-mills, millers, windmill, Milton, Wal. of, Minchery Farm, housing estate, Minchin mead, mint, at Oxf., moneyers, Minty, Norman, Mitre hotel, Moffat, W. B., Molton, John, moneyers, see mint Moneypenny, Geo., Monmouth, Geof. of, Monmouth, duke of, see Scott, Jas. Monmouth's Rebellion, Monmouthshire, see Chepstow; Newport Montague: Eliz., Lady, John de, earl of Salisbury, Monte, Humph. de, Montfort: Hen. de, Sim. de, earl of Leicester, Sim. de, s. of above, Moore (More): H. W., J. H., Sir Thos., Moral Rearmament, Morcar, earl of Northumbria, Morcar, thegn, Mormons, see Latter Day Saints Morrell: Baker, Fred. Jos., Fred. Parker, Mrs. J., Jas. (d. 1807), Jas. (d. 1855), Jas. (d. 1863), Mark, Ottoline, see Cavendish-Bentinck Phil., Rob., fam., Morrell Avenue, Morrell's (Lion) brewery, Morris: John, Wm., W. R., Vct. Nuffield, morris dancing, see dancing Morris Garages, Morris Motors Ltd., Mortimer: Edm., Rog., Rog., earl of March, Morton, John Whicker, Moslems, Moss: C. J., J. E., motor ind., and see Morris Motors Ltd.; Osberton Radiator Co.; Pressed Steel Co. Ltd. Mounserel, see Mauncel Mowbray: A. M., A. R. & Co., Mountford, Eliz., Munday: Jos. (fl. 1806), Jos. (fl. 1833), Municipal Corporations Commissioners, Municipal Secondary school, mural mansions, Murray, Sir Jas., Museum Road, museums and galleries, music and musicians, city waits and drummers, see corporation (waits) Mymekan: John, fam., Napier, see Napper Napoleconic Wars, Napper (Napier): Edm., Edw., Geo., fam., Nares, Geo., Nassau (Bahamas), bp. of, see Venables, Addington Natal (S. Africa), bp. of, see Colenso, J. W. National Electric Construction Co., National Freehold Land Society, National Westminster Bank, Natt, John, Nazareth, Poor Sisters of, Neate, Chas., Nelson (New Zealand), bp. of, see Hobhouse, Edm. net-makers, Netherlands, see Leiden New College, Oxf. property, site and bldgs., Sacher Bldg., warden of, New College Lane, New College School, New Gate, see Friar Bacon's Study New Inn (St. Aldate's), New Inn Hall, New Inn Hall Street, New Interest, New Jerusalem church, New Parks, see Holywell New Rent (near Carfax), New Road, New Road Baptist church, New Theatre (Victoria Theatre), Newbridge (near Standlake), Newington, South, Newman: John, Cardinal John Hen., Newmarket, Oxf., Newport (Mon.), newspapers, proprietors, and see Oxf. Chron.; Oxf. Herald; Oxf. Journal; Oxf. Times Newton: Ernest, John, Nicholas the spicer, Nicholls: Peter, Rob., Thos., Nicholson: Sir Chas., Otho, Niel the dean, Nielsen, A. C. & Co., night watch, see police Nightingale Hall Lane, see Hare Hall Lane Nixon: Joan, John, Nixon's school, Noble: John, Wm., Nodding, Ric., nonconformity, schs., and see under names of particular sects Norfolk, and see Norwich; Walsingham Norham Gardens, Norham Manor estate, Norham meadow, Normandy, Norreys: Sir Edw., Hen., Ld., see Bertie, Jas. North Gate, frontispiece, North Oxford, North Parade, Northam, Northampton, Northamptonshire, and see Aynho; Braunston; Northampton; Whitfield Northern: John (d. c. 1340), John, s. of above, John, (fl. 1444), Marg., Wm., Northgate hundred, bailiffs, ct., purchased by city, Northgate Street, see Cornmarket Northumbria, earls of, see Aubrey; Morcar; Tostig Northumbria, persons from, Northway, housing estate, Norton: Eliz., w. of John, m. 2 Edm. Kenyon, John, Mic., Sibyl, see Selwood Silas, Norton, Chipping, Norton, Hook, see Hook Norton Norwich, n, n, bp. of, see Lyhert, Wal.; Oxf., John of Nottinghamshire, sheriff of, Nourse, Chas., Nowers, Sir Geo., Nuffield, Vct., see Morris, W. R. Nuffield College, Nuffield Press Ltd., Nuneham Courtenay, nurserymen, see gardens Oates, Titus, Observatory Street, Ock, riv., Octagon chapel, see St. Mary's chapel Offa, king of Mercia, 'offering houses', Ogilby, J., Oilly, see Doyley Okele, John, Old Ashmolean Museum, Old Bank, Old Interest, Old (Bishop King's) Palace, Oldfield, Joshua, Orchard: Wm. (d. 1504), Wm. (fl. 1524), orchards, see gardens Oriel College, fee farm payable to, Oxf. property, patron of Oxf. ch., provosts, site and bldgs., Oriel Street, Orléans (France), 'Orsnaforda' coins, Orthodox Church, Osberton Radiator Co., Oseney, abbey, abbots, as cathedral, as employer, canons, Oxf. property, patron of Oxf. chs., St. Nicholas's chap., site and bldgs., Bridge, ct., lock, man., meadow, mills, mill-stream, Oseney, New (with Oseney Town), ch., see St. Frideswide's nonconf., schs., Oseney Mead industrial estate, ostlers, Oswald, saint, Otmoor, Otteworth, John, Overhee, fam., Oving (Bucks.), Owen: Geo., Hen., John, Morgan, Ric., Wm., fam., Oxfam, see Oxf. Cttee. for Famine Relief Oxford: David of, Ellis of, Hen. of (d. c. 1163), Hen. of (fl. early 13th cent.), Hen., s. of above, Jacob of, John of (d. 1200), bp. of Norwich, John of (d. 1342), John. of (fl. 1344), John of (another, d. 1362), Simeon of, Oxford, as place-name, Oxford, borough and city of, see corporation Oxford, diocese of, see diocese Oxford, governors and keepers of, see Civil War; keepers Oxford and Abingdon Building Society, Oxford and Bletchley Junction Rly. Co., Oxford and District Good Neighbours' Fund, Oxford Angling and Preservation Society, Oxford Anti-Mendicity Society and Charity Organization Assoc., Oxford Benevolent Society, Oxford Building and Investment Co., Oxford cake, Oxford Canal, Canal House, Company, wharves, Oxford Chronicle, Oxford City Dispensary, Oxford City Mission, Oxford City Science sch., Oxford College of Further Education, Oxford College of Technology (Polytechnic), Oxford Committee for Famine Relief (Oxfam), Oxford Cottage Improvement Co., Oxford Electric Co., Oxford Extension Act, Oxford Fund, see religious life Oxford Gas Light and Coke Co., Oxford gloves, see gloving Oxford Group, see Moral Rearmament Oxford Herald, Oxford High School for boys, Oxford Incorporation, see poor-relief Oxford Industrial and Provident Building Society, Oxford Journal, Oxford knives, see cutlers Oxford Loyal Volunteers, Oxford marmalade, 'Oxford martyrs', and see Cranmer; Latimer; Ridley Oxford Medical Dispensary, Oxford Mileways and Improvement Acts, Oxford parliament, see parliament Oxford Police Acts, Oxford Polytechnic, see Oxf. Coll. of Technology Oxford Poor Law Act, Oxford Poor Law Union, see poorrelief Oxford Preservation Trust, Oxford Races, Oxford Registration District, Oxford Sanitary Aid Association, Oxford sausages, Oxford Savings Bank, Oxford School Board, Oxford Times, Oxford Trades Council, Oxford Trading Association, Oxford Tramways Co., Oxford Trust, see religious life Oxford University, see university Oxford University Press, Bible Press, Clarendon Press, Walton Street, Oxford Volunteer Fire Brigade, Oxfordshire, bdy., clerks of the peace, coroners, county clerk, County Committee (Interregnum), County Council, County Hall, and see castle, site of J.P.s, Ld. Lieut., n M.P.s, parl. elections, prison, q.v. sheriffs, shire hall (court ho.), townsmen's estates in, Oxfordshire Regional Planning Advisory Committee, Oxfordshire Steam Ploughing Co., Oxpens Road, Pacey's Bridge, Packer, Wm., Pady, Christine, m. 1 Laur. Kepeharm, 2 Jordan Rufus, Page: Mic., Wm., painters, Paisley (Renfrewshire), Pakistan, palace, royal, at Oxf., and see king's houses Palmer: And., Eliz., Wm., Palmerston, Vct., see Temple panyers, paper-making, Paradise Gardens, Paradise House, see Greyfriars Paradise Square, Paradise Street, parchment-making, parchment-seller, Paris, parish government, vestries, Park End Street, Park Hospital, Park Town, Parker: Jos., Mat., abp. of Canterbury, Parkers (bookshop), parks, and see Holywell; University Parks Parks Road, Parliament, Ho. of Commons, Speakers, Ho. of Lds., meeting in Oxf., representation of city, constituency bdy., elections, and see Corrupt Practices M.P.s, univ. M.P.s, Parsons: Herbert, John, alderman, John, bp. of Peterborough, John, vice-chancellor, fam., Parsons & Co. (Iowa, U.S.A.), Parson's Pleasure, Pasco, Thos., patten-makers, Paul: Chris., Jas., Rachel, Pauling, Rob., paviours, Paving (Improvement) Commission, corpn. representation on, univ. representation on, Payn (Payne): John, Thos. and his w. Joan, Wal., Paynter, Ric., Peasants' Revolt, Peggey, John, Peisley: Bart., fam., Pembroke, earl of, see Valence, Aymer de Pembroke College, patron of Oxf. ch., Pembroke (Pennyfarthing) Street, Pembrokeshire, see St. David's Penn, Wm., Pennard, Frideswide, Penniless Bench, Pennsylvannia (U.S.A.), Pennyfarthing Place, Pennyfarthing Street, see Pembroke Street Penry, John, Penson: John (fl. later 18th cent.), John (s. of above, fl. 1793, 1856), fam., Penson's Gardens, Pentecostal churches, Percy, Hen., Ld. Percy of Alnwick, Percy Street, Pergamon Press, Perrot: John, Leonard, Rob., Sim., -, fam., Perrot's House, Peshall, Sir John, Peter son of Herbert, Peterborough, bp. of, see Parsons, John Peters, Hen., Pettypont, see Magdalen Bridge pewterers, Pheasant inn, Pharaoh, fam., Philip, king, Philip, s. of Rob. earl of Gloucester, Philip the spicer, Philpot, Miss A. W., Phipps, Wm., Phoenix Insurance Co., Physic Gardens, see Botanic Gardens physicians, surgeons, and leeches, Piggot, Jas., Pike: Jas., n, John, pilgrimages, see religious life pillory, right of, pillories, Pinfold, Geo., pinner, Pirie, And., Plantagenet, Ric., duke of York, Plantation Road, plasterers, Plater, Wm., pleas, cognizance of, Plessis: Hugh de, Isabel de, see Biset Plowman: John, Jos., Thos. (d. 1828), Thos. (fl. 1883), Plowman's Wharf, Plukenet, Hugh, plumbers, Pocock, Edw., Poitevins, police and policing, night watch, peace-keeping (medieval), police cttee., police stations, politics, and see Chartists; Conservatives; Jacobitism; Labour party; Liberals; New Interest; Old Interest; parliament (representation); Radicals; Socialist League; societies (political); Tories; Whigs Pollard, Sir John, Pollowe, John, Polton, Phil., Ponte, Pontius de, Ponynges, Thos. de, Poole, John, Poor Law Board, Commissioners, poor-relief, and see Board of Guardians; taxation (poor rates); vagrancy Oxf. Incorporation (United Parishes), Poor Law Reform Assoc., workhouses, parochial, union, popes, and see Honorius III; Innocent II Popish plot, population, Port Meadow, proposed inclosure, sport and recreation on, and see Oxford races Porter, Dan., porters, see carriers Portland, duke of, see Cavendish-Bentinck post-horses, disputes over, postal and telephone services, post offices, telephone exchange, Postmaster's Hall, Pot stream, Potter: And., Geo., Mrs. Geo., Wm., poulterers, pound, town, Powell: Chris., Edm. (fl. 1540), Edm. (d. 1592), F. York, Geo., Isabel, Vavasour, Wm., Messrs., Preachers' Bridge, prehistoric remains, Presbyterians, Pressed Steel Co. Ltd., Preston: Agnes, see Studley Ric., Price: Dan., Sampson, prices and wages, at Oxf., Prideaux, John, priest, Rob. the, see Robert Prince, Edw., Princes Street, printers and printing, union, and see Alden Press; Oxford University Press; Pergamon Press Priory mill, prisons: Bocardo (city), frontispiece, castle, chars., county (on castle site), Gloucester Green (city), Prison Commissioners, privileged persons, see university Privy Council, professions, see industries property values and rents, in Oxf., leasing policy, prostitutes, Provisions of Oxford, Prussia, king of, see Frederick William III Prynne, Wm., Pubbesbury, Wm. de, public health, and see cemeteries; drainage; epidemics; hospital services; streets (repair and cleansing) Pudsey, Sir Geo., Pugin, A. W. N., Pullen: Josiah, Nic., Purdue, Hen., puritanism, see religious life purveyance, royal, Pusey, Edw. Bouverie, Pye, John, Pyrton hundred, Pyry Hall, Quakers, see Friends Quaking Bridge, Queen Anne's Bounty, Queen Street, Queen's College, Florey Bldg., Queen's Lane, Quelch, Ric., Quilter, Ellis the, see Ellis the Quilter racing, see Oxf. Races Rakham Lane, Radcliffe (Ratcliffe): John, John, Ld. FitzWalter, Ralph, Radcliffe Camera, Radcliffe Infirmary, Radcliffe Observatory, Radcliffe Square, Radcliffe trustees, Radcot Bridge, battle of, Radford: Eliz., John Radicals, railway mission, railways, and see Great Western Rly.; London and North Western Rly. railway-workers, union, stations, Rakke, the, Rallingson, Ric., Ralph the dean, Randall: Peter, Thos., Randolph Hotel, Ranulph, Fulk s. of, see Fulk rates, see taxation Rats and Mice Hill, Rawlinson, Martha, Ray, riv., Raymond the reeve, Reading, Reynold, Reading (Berks.), abbey, Rectory Road, recusancy, see religious life Red Lion Square, Reed, Edm., n reeve, Raymond the, see Raymond the reeve Reeve (Reve): Geo., n Thos. (fl. 16th cent.), Thos. (d. 1697), regrators, and see markets (trading offences) religious houses, Dissolution of, effects on Oxf., sites and remains, and see under names of particular houses religious life, anchorites, city lectureships, Evangelical Movement, Oxf. Fund, Oxf. Trust, Laudian revival, non-jurors, Oxf. (Tractarian) Movement, pilgrimages, Puritanism, recusancy, Reformation, Sabbatarianism, university participation in, and see churches; nonconformity; religious houses; Roman Catholicism Renfrewshire, see Paisley Rewley, abbey, mill, Reynolds, Peter, Rhodes House, Richard I, Richard II, Richard III, Richard, earl of Cornwall, Richard the mason, Richard the spicer, Richards, G. C., Richardson: Jos., Thos., Riche, Brooman le, see Brooman Ridges, Mary, riding, Ridley, Nic., bp. of London, riots and civil disturbances, in Oxf., and see town-and- gown relations (riots) Ripon (Yorks. W. R.), dean of, see Freemantle Rippon: Claude, Geo., Risborough, Princes (Bucks.), River, Adam, river navigation, see Cherwell; Thames Rivers: E. J., John de, Rixon, Wm., roads, ancient, bypasses, mileways, commissioners, relief-road controversies, Roman roads, turnpikes, Roberson, Thos., Robert, earl of Gloucester, Robert the priest, Roberts, Sarah, Robertson, D., n Robin Hood inn, Robinson: Cath., Nic., Thos., Roby, Wm., Rochester, bp. of, see Chavasse, C. M. Rodshaw, John, Roebuck inn, Roger, bp. of Salisbury, Roger son of Iungwine, Roger the forester, Roger the tabletter, Rogers: Chris., H. S., Rolfe, C. C., Roman Catholics, n, chap., sch., Roman remains, and see roads (Roman) Rome, 'Rome' in Oxf., see Holywell Roper, John, Rose, Wm., Rose Hill, Rose Lane, Rotherfield Peppard, 'Rotherweye', roughlayers, Rous, John, Rousham, Steph., Rousham, Rowland, Wm., Rowney: Eliz., Thos. (d. 1694), Thos. (d. 1727), n, Thos. (d. 1759), Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Science, Royal Society, royal visits, Royse, Hen., Rudde, Ralph, Rufus: Christine, see Pady Jordan, rug-maker, Rugby (Warws.), Rupert, prince, Rush, John, Ruskin, John, Ruskin College, Russell: Chas., Francis, earl of Bedford, Russia, emperor of, see Alexander I Rye (Kent), Rye House plot, Rycote, see Haseley sac and soc, Sacheverell, Hen., Sackville West, Col. W. E., Sacred Heart, ch. of, saddlers, Sadler: Chas. Jas., Jas., Rob., see Walford St. Alban Hall, see Alban Hall St. Albans (Herts.), abbey, St. Alban's church (Oxford), see Cowley St. john (chs.) St. Aldate's Chambers, St. Aldate's parish, bdy., chars., ch., chant. etc., chwdns., churchyard, rectors, and see Bowles; Chavasse, C. M.; Christopher, A. M. W.; Hall, John; Stampe; Wall schs., taxation, St. Aldate's Street, bldgs. in, mkt. in, St. Aloysius church, St. Andrew's church (Headington), see Headington (ch.) St. Andrew's church (North Oxford), St. Anthony of Padua church, St. Antony's College, St. Barnabas's parish, ch., schs., St. Bartholomew's hospital (Cowley), n, as alms-house, chap., St. Benedict's church, see St. Budoc's St. Bernard's College, St. Bernard's Road, St. Budoc's parish, ch., called St. Benedict's, n St. Catherine's College, St. Catherine's House, St. Clement's parish, alms-houses, see Cutler Boulter; Stone's hosp. bdy., called Bridgeset, chars., cholera in, ch., churchyard, Civil War defences, fair, see fairs housing, nonconf., poor-relief, pop., public services, roads, Rom. Cath., schs., St. Clement's Registration Sub-district, St. Cross parish, see Holywell St. Cross Road, St. David's (Pemb.), St. Denys's school, see Holy Trinity Convent sch. St. Ebbe's parish, bdy., chars., cholera in, ch., chants. etc., fraternity, churchyard, drainage, Friars district, housing and development, n, poor-relief, pop., rectors and curates, and see Bulteel; Hathaway rectory-ho., schs., taxation, workho., St. Ebbe's Street, St. Edmund Hall, St. Edmund and St. Frideswide church, St. Edward's parish, ch., St. Francis of Assisi church (Hollow Way, Cowley), see Cowley (chs.) St. Francis's church (Crescent Road, Cowley), St. Frideswide's, John of, St. Frideswide's Bridge, St. Frideswide's fair, see fairs St. Frideswide's Lane, see Frideswide's Lane St. Frideswide's minster, St. Frideswide's parish (medieval), ch., St. Frideswide's parish (New Oseney), ch., schs., see Oseney, New St. Frideswide's priory, bldgs., ch., and see Christ Church (cathedral) Oxf. property, patron of Oxf. chs., precentor, priors, and see Sutton site, and see Christ Church St. George's chapel, see St. Mary Magdalen par. (chap.) St. George's in the Castle, college, St. George's in the Castle, parish, ch., site, tower, St. George's Mansions, St. Giles's fair, see fairs St. Giles's field, St. Giles's hospital, St. Giles's House (Judge's Lodgings), St. Giles's parish, n, bdy., chars., ch., chants. etc., fraternity, inc., poor-relief, pop., schs., taxation, vicars, and see Juxon; Turner, Thos. and see Walton St. Giles's Street, houses in, St. Gregory and St. Augustine church, St. Hilda's College, St. Hugh's College, St. Ignatius's chapel, St. Ives (Hunts.), St. James's church, see Cowley (ch.) St. John: Edw. of, John of, Rog. of, Thos. of, St. John Street, St. John the Baptist, Sisters of, St. John the Baptist parish, bdy., ch., curates, and see Hobhouse; Knox St. John the Evangelist church (New Hinksey), St. John the Evangelist, Society of (Cowley Fathers), ch., St. John's College, bldgs., fellows, Oxf. property, patron of Oxf. chs., president, stewards, St. John's Evangelical Free church, St. John's Hall, St. John's hospital, Oxf. property, site and bldgs., and see Magdalen College St. Luke's church, see Cowley (chs.) St. Margaret's church, St. Margaret's Road, St. Margaret's well, see Binsey St. Martin's parish, chars., ch. (otherwise Carfax ch.), as city ch., bldgs., chants. etc., fraternity, tower (Carfax tower), chwdns., poor-relief, pop., rectors, and see Fletcher, C. J. H.; Niel the dean schs., taxation, St. Mary and St. John church, see Cowley St. John (chs.) St. Mary Magdalen parish, bdy., chap. (St. George's), chars., ch., chants. etc., fraternity, chwdns., churchyard, poor-relief, pop., schs., taxation, vicars and curates, and see Haweis; Hack, B. S.; Tresham, Wm. St. Mary the Virgin parish, bdy., chars., ch., as univ. ch., bldgs., chants. etc., Congregation House, fraternity, chwdns., poor-relief, rectors and vicars, and see Newman, J. H.; Oxford, John of schs., taxation, St. Mary's (Lady, Octagon) chapel, Smith Gate, St. Mary's church (Bayswater, Oxf.), St. Mary's church (Iffley), see Iffley (ch.) St. Mary's College, St. Matthew's parish (Grandpont), chap., ch., schs., St. Michael and All Angels church (New Marston), see Marston, New (ch.) St. Michael and All Angels church (Summertown), see Summertown (ch.) St. Michael at the North Gate parish, bdy., chars., ch., chants. etc., fraternity, Oxf. property, curates, chaplains, or vicars, and see Rogers, Chris. chwdns., poor-relief, pop., schs., taxation, St. Michael at the South Gate parish, n, ch., chants. etc., St. Michael's Street, St. Mildred's parish, ch., St. Nicholas's chapel (on Grandpont), St. Nicholas's chapel (in the king's houses), St. Nicholas's chapel (Oseney), see Oseney abbey St. Nicholas's parish, see St. Thomas's par. St. Pancras, see London (Somers Town) St. Paul's parish, chars., ch., curates and vicars, and see Venables schs., St. Peter-in-the-East parish, bdy., chars., ch., called St. Peter and St. Paul, chants. etc., chwdns., churchyard, pop., rectors, vicars, and curates, and see Clare, Bevis de; Hamilton; Hobhouse; Oxford, John of schs., taxation, vicarage-ho., St. Peter-le-Bailey parish, bdy., chars., ch., chants. etc., fraternity, chwdns., poor-relief, rectors and curates, and see Barkworth; Chevasse, C. M.; Linton; Maurice, Peter; Penson, John (fl. 1793, 1856); Salman; Swinton rectory-ho., schs., taxation, St. Peter's College (formerly St. Peter's Hall), St. Peter's hospital, St. Philip and St. James parish, ch., schs., vicar, St. Scholastica's day, see town and gown relations St. Thomas the Martyr, Community of, St. Thomas's parish, bdy., called St. Nicholas's, chaplains, curates, or vicars, and see Burton, Rob.; Chamberlain, Thos.; Hack, B. S. chaps., boatmen's chap., chars., cholera in, ch., chants. etc., fraternity, churchyard, housing and development, inc., poor-relief, pop., schs., taxation, St. Thomas's Street, St. Ursule, Dames de, St. Valery: Bernard of, Reynold of, Thos. of, St. Valery, honor of, Salesian Congregation, Salisbury, earl of, see Montague, John de Salisbury (Wilts.), bp. of, see Roger Salman, John, salt trade, Salter: J. S., John, salters, Salvation Army, Sambach, Ann, Sandbrooke, Wm., Sandford-on-Thames, Sare (Sayer), John, Sargent, H. W., Sarsden, Saundreson, Nic. and his w. Maud, Sawold (O. E. personal name), Saye and Sele, Ld., see Fiennes, Wm. Sayer, see Sare Schmidt, Bernhardt, schools, see education Schools Street, Scotland: border, expedition against, Scottish wars, Scott: Sir Geo. Gilb., Sir Giles Gilb., Jas., duke of Monmouth, scriveners, Scudamore, John, Seacourt, see Wytham, Seacourt stream, Seal's coffee-house, sealers, seals: city, guild, n, mayor's, parochial, statute merchant, univ. 'half-seal', Seckham, S. L., Second World War, Selbie, W. R., Seller, Wm., Selwood: Ric., Sibyl, w. of Ric., m. 2 John Norton, Selwyn, Sir Nic., Seman (Seyman): John, Cath., Serles, Rob., servants, domestic, monastic, and see apprenticeship; innservants; journeymen; university; university (colleges) Seventh Day Adventists, sewerage, see drainage and sewerage sewers, commission of, Sewy: John (fl. 1239), John (fl. 1279), Sewy's Lane, see Shoe Lane Seyman, see Seman Shaftesbury, earl of, see AshleyCooper Shakespeare, Wm., shambles (Butcher Row), Sharp, Thos., Shaw, John, Sheahan, P. J., Sheard, Thos., shearmen, sheep-farming, Sheffield (Yorks. W. R.), Sheldonian Theatre, Shelswell, n Shelton, Thos., 'shelving stool', Shepley, Hugh, Shepshed (Leics.), shepster, Sherborne, Ld., see Dutton Sherborne (Glos.), Shereman, Thos., sheriff's tourn, quittance of, Sherland, Chris., Sherwood (Shirwood): E. J., W. E., Wm., Shewring, Colin, ship-money, see taxation Ship Street, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Shire Lake stream, Shirwood, see Sherwood Shitbarn Lane, Shoe (formerly Sewy's) Lane, shoemakers (cordwainers, corvisers), cobblers, guild, journeymen's guild, Trades Soc., translators, Shoemakers' Hall, see Bocardo House shop-workers, 'shortford', judgement of, 'Shoteslawa', see Merton Shotover, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, and see Eyton; Ludlow; Shrewsbury Sibthorp, Humph., Sidelings (Fenneit), Siefred, sieges and sacks, of Oxf., and see Civil War Sigeforth, Sihtred, Sikhs, Simcock, Sam., Simeon: Alice, see Kepeharm Hen., Steph., Simeon's Trust, Simmons, Wm., Simnel, Lambert, Simon (fl. 1293), Singleton, John, Siward, Ric., Skinner, Mat., skinners, guild, Slade Park, housing estate, slaters, Slatford, Job, Slatter, Hen., Slatter's bookshop (later Slatter and Rose), Slavonia (Slavonians, Slovens' Hall), king or judge of, smallpox, see epidemics Smith: A. H., Christian, E. B., John (fl. 1580), n John (mayor 1639), John (s. of above), John (d. 1680, another), Sir John, Oliver, Rob., Thos. (d. 1601), Thos. (d. 1646), Wm., bp. of Lincoln, fam., Smith Gate, and see St. Mary's chapel smiths, goldsmiths, gunsmiths, whitesmiths, Snowe, Ralph, soap-boiler, Socialist League, societies and clubs, building, see building charitable, see charities friendly and benefit, political, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Somers Town, see London; Summertown Somerset, and see Bath; Bathford Somerville College, Soothill, W. E., 'Sotterlawa' hundred, Souche, see Zouch South Bridge, see Folly Bridge South Gate, South Oxford, Council sch., South Parade, South Park housing estate, South Parks Road, Southam: Hen., n Jane, Southampton, roads to, trade with, Southfield Road, Southfield school, Southmoor Road, Speedwell Street, Spencer (Spenser): Caroline, duchess of Marlborough, Chas., duke of Marlborough, Geo. (d. 1817), duke of Marlborough, Geo. (d. 1840), duke of Marlborough, see Spencer Churchill Ld. Rob., Wm., fam., Spencer Churchill (formerly Spencer), Geo., duke of Marlborough, as marquess of Blandford, Spending, Rog., spicer, John, Nic., Phil., and Wm. the, see John, Nicholas, and Philip, the spicer; Winchester, Wm. of spicers, Spiers: Edwin T., R. J., R. J., and Son, Spindler, Bond, Spiritualists, Spooner, W. A., Sporeman, Alex., sports and pastimes, and see ballooning; bear-baiting; boating; bowling; cock-fighting; dancing; iceskating; Oxf. races; riding; swimming; tennis Spring, fam., Sprunt, John, Spurgeon, Chas., Spurgeon's College, stable workers, Stael, Peter, Staffordshire, and see Lichfield; Walsall; Wolverhampton Stainer, Sir John, Staines (Mdx.), Stamford (Lincs.), n Stampe, Wm., Standlake, Gaunt Ho. in, Stanford (Stoneford), in Oxf., Stanley, Marg., Stanley Road, Stansfeld, J. S., Stanton Harcourt, Stanton St. John, Woodperry in, Stapleton, Sir Thos., Star inn, see Clarendon Hotel starch-making, State, Secretaries of, States' Yard, stationers, statute merchant bonds and seals, Stephen, king, Stephenson, J. C., Stevens, Tim., Steventon (Berks.), stocks, Stockwell Street, Stoke, South, Stoke Talmage, Stokenchurch (Bucks. formerly Oxon.), Stokes, Wm., Stompe, see Stumpe Stone, Nic., Stone's hospital, Stonor, Thos., Stratford-upon-Avon (Warws.), Streatley (Berks.), Street, G. E., streets, cleansing and repair, encroachments, lighting, pavage, see taxation and see under latest names of particular streets Strike, Wm., strikes, Striplin, Mrs., Stuart, Frank, Studley: Agnes, w. of John, m. 2 Ric. Preston, John, Studley priory, Stumpe (Stompe): John, n Wm., Suffolk, dukes of, see Brandon; Grey, Hen. Suffolk, see Dunwich; Ipswich Summertown, called Somers or Summers Town, chars., ch., housing and development, Hawkswell farm, nonconf., Northern House, schs., Summertown-Radley terrace, Summertown and Wolvercote ward, Sun Insurance Co., Sunderland (co. Dur.), Sunnymead housing estate, Surman, J. M., Surrey, see Clapham; Epsom; London (Bermondsey and Camberwell) Sussex, see Chichester; Lewes Sutton, Alex., prior of St. Frideswide's, Sutton Wick (Berks.), Swabey, Hen., Swan, Thos., Swan brewery, Swan Court, Swanbourne, John, Swansea (Glam.), Swapham, Hen. de, Sweet: Adrian John, Benj., Sweyn, king of Denmark, Swift ditch, swimming, Swindlestock tavern, see Mermaid Swindon (Wilts.), Swinford (Berks.), see Cumnor Swinsell, Rog. of, Swinsell (Berks., near Folly Bridge), Swinton, John, Symonds, Chas., Tabard inn, see Angel tabletter, Rog. the, see Roger the tabletter Tackley's Inn, Tagg, fam., tailor (or armourer) , Guy the, see Guy tailors, guild, journeymen tailors' guild, and see merchants (merchant tailors) Talboys, D. A., Taman, Wm., Tanfeld, Thos., tanning, Tatham, Edw., Tattleton, John, Taunton: Thos. Hen., Sir Wm. Elias, Taverner: Ric., Rog., taverners, and see vintners taverns, see inns, taverns, and alehouses Tawney: Chas., Edw., Ric. (d. 1756), Sir Ric. (d. 1791), Ric. (fl. 1827), fam., Tawney's brewery, tawyers, taxation, taxes: aids, aulnage, barbicanage, Civil War, hearth tax, levies on townsmen, mileway tax, murage, pavage and pontage, piccage and stallage, poll tax, n, ship money, subsidy, tallage, tronage, window tax, and see tolls; univ. (taxation) rates: church, corpn. (borough, general), gaol, paving and lighting, poor, public health, water, Taylor: Israel, John (fl. later 17th cent.), John (d. 1745), John (fl. 1851), n Rog., Wm., Taylor (Taylorian) Institution, tea-dealers, temperance movement, Temperance Soc., Temple, Hen. John, Vct. Palmerston, tennis, tennis-court keepers, Terrent, Thos., Teulon, S. S., Tew, Great, Tewkesbury, battle of, textile ind., and see dyers; flax-retting; fulling; rug-makers; shearmen; upholsterers; weavers; wool cloth trade, clothiers and cloth-workers, and see clothing; drapers; haberdashers; mercers; taxation (aulnage) Thackeray, Wm. Makepeace, Thame, Thames, riv., as bdy., mills and fisheries, named reaches, navigation, and see Burcot pollution, Thames Conservancy Bd., trade, wharves, and see 'Aldee'; Bulstake stream; castle (mills, mill-stream); Pot stream; Seacourt stream; Shire Lake stream; Trill Mill stream Thames Street, Thames valley, Thames Valley Drainage Commission, theatres, plays, and players, and see New Theatre Thomas, earl of Lancaster, Thomas the Marshall, Thomas: Jenkyn, Sam., Wm., Thompson (Thomson): Jas., Sir John, fam., Thornbury, see Binsey Thorney (Cambs.), abbot of, Thorpe, Mrs., Three Goats' Heads inn, n Three Tuns tavern, Thurston, Sam., Tidmarsh, Ric., Tidmarsh Lane, Tierney, Geo., n Tilcock, Wm., tilers, Tillyard, Art., Tipping, Wm., n Tisdale, Thos., tithes, and see 'offeringhouses' tobacco, sale of, tobacco-pipe makers, Todd, Nic., Toldervey: Hen., John, toll and teme, tolls, levied by Paving Commissioners, toll-gates, turnpike tolls, toners, Tories, Torold, Peter, Tostig, earl of Northumbria, Totnes (Devon), tourism, Towle, John, town-and-gown relations, corpn. oath to univ., discommoning and excommunication of townsmen, precedency of univ. and city, riots and disturbances, St. Scholastica's day, St. Scholastica's day ceremony, and see, for other disputes over city government, under particular subjects, especially ale; bread; bridges; building (disputes); carriers; castle (mills); coaching; coffee-houses; courts; epidemics (cholera); guilds; inmates; inns (licensing); lodgings; markets; police; poorrelief; post-horses; roads (mileways); streets; theatres; trade (regulation of); university (privileged persons and taxation); wine, assize of town (guild) halls, incidental references, Townsend (Townesend): John (fl. 1684), John (fl. 1778), Steph., Wm., fam., Townson, R. W., Toynbee, Arnold, Tozer, Hen., Tractarians, see religious life (Oxf. or Tractarian Movement) trade, regulation of, by city, by univ., and see craft guilds trade tokens, and see fairs; London (Oxf. trade with); markets trades, see industries trades unions, Train, see Tryman Train (Devon), trams, see transport (internal) translators (leather), see shoemakers transport: internal, buses, cabs, trams, and see Oxf. Tramways Co. transport workers, and see bargemen; carriers; coaching; livery stables; railways Treacher, Sir John, Tresham, Wm., Tresilian, Sir Rob., Trill mill, Trill Mill Bow, Trill Mill stream, Trillock's Inn, Tring (Herts.), Trinitarian friary, Trinity College, president of, Trinity men, and see corporation, officers (beadles of beggars) Troughton, John, Trustee Savings Bank, Tryman (or Train), fam., Tubb: Eliz., n Wm., Tubb, Wootten, and Tubb, Tubney (Berks.), Tuckwell, Wm., tumbrel, right of, Turf tavern, Turl Gate, Turl Street, Turner: H. F. L., Ric., Thos., W., Mrs., turners, turnpikes, see roads Twentyacre, 'two-faced pump', Twyne, Brian, Tyes, Hen., Tyrrell, Ben., n Tyrwhitt, R. St. J., Underhill, John, bp. of Oxf., Underwood, H. J., Unitarians, United Charity sch., n, United Parishes, see poor-relief United States of America, and see Iowa; Pennsylvania; Virginia university: in general, and see, for particular univ. interests and connexions, under appropriate subjects especially ale; bread; bridewells; bridges; building (disputes); canals; carriers; castle (mills); cemeteries; coaching; coffee-houses; corpn. (univ. representation); courts; debt, cession of; education; fires (fire-fighting); gas-supply; guilds; hospital services; inmates; inns; Local Board of Health; lodgings; markets; music; Paving Commission; pillory; police; poor-relief; posthorses; prices and wages; prisons; prostitutes; purveyance; railways; religious life; roads (mileways); seals; streets; taxation; Thames (navigation); theatres; town-and-gown relations; trade (regulation of); water-supply; weights and measures; wine (assize of) academic halls, Act (later Encaenia), archives, keeper of, bldgs., and see under names of particular bldgs. chancellors, and see courts charters and privileges, ch., see St. Mary the Virgin clerks of the market, see market colleges, as landlords, bldgs., bursars, chaps., choirs, heads of houses, monastic, plate, servants, butlers, manciples, stewards and rent-collectors, and see cooks and see under names of particular colleges congregation, Congregation House, and see St. Mary the Virgin (ch.) convocation, coroners, delegacies, dispersal of, Encaenia, see univ. (Act) grammar schs., high stewards, and see courts jurisdiction, and see courts J. P.s, library, and see Bodleian Libr. Lollardy in, M.P.s, see Parliament members of, museum, 'nations' in, night watch, see police nonconf., officials, bedels, 'bulldogs', marshall, pop., postal service, privileged persons, scholars' servants, proctors, professors, readers, and lecturers, property, and see univ. (bldgs.) regents, regiment, registry, registrars, Rom. Cath., royal visits, schools, and see Bodleian Libr. (Schools quadrangle); Examination Schools Science Area, seals, q.v. servants, societies and clubs, and see Vincent's solicitor, sports and pastimes, statutes, Laudian statutes, taxation, rating, temple, Union, vacations, vice-chancellors, Visitors, University and City Bank, University College, University Parks, upholders, upholsterers, Urry, Oliver, vagrancy, and see corporation (officers, beadles of beggars) Valence, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke, Valentia, Vct., see Annesley, Art. Van Heemskerk, Egbert, Van Linge: Abraham, Bernard, Vanbrugh, Sir John, Vanbrugh House, Vaughan, Peter, vee de naam, Venables, Addington, bp. of Nassau, Venables-Bertie, Montagu, earl of Abingdon, Venice, men from, Venner, Thos., Victoria, queen, Victoria Theatre, see New Theatre victualling, see food and drink trades Villiers, Geo., duke of Buckingham, Vincent: Jos., fam., Vincent's Club, vintners, Virginia (U.S.A.), Vrooman, Wal., Wace: Ric., Rob., Waddell, Chris., Wadham, Dorothy, Wadham College, wages, see prices waifs and strays, Walden, Ric. of, Wales, marches of, princes of, see Arthur; Charles II; Edward VII; Griffith, Llewelyn ap Welsh: expedition against, in Oxf., Walford (or Sadler), Rob., Walker: Obadiah, Rob., Thos., Thos., and Co., Ursula, Wall, John, Waller, Sir Wm., Wallingford, Vct., see Knollys, Wm. Wallingford, honor of, Wallingford Way, Oxf., Walsall (Staffs.), Walsh, Percival, Walsingham (Norf.), Walter, archdeacon of Oxf., Waltham, Thos., see Welcome Waltham (Essex), Walton, H. B., Walton, agric. ct., man., reeve of, tithes, well, n, Walton House, Walton Manor estate, Walton Street, Wantage (Berks.), War Office, Ward, Wm., Wardell, John, Ware, Isaac, Warham bank, n, Warneford, S. W., Warneford Hospital, Warner, John, Warwick, ctss. of, see Basset, Philippe; Beauchamp Warwick, Warwick and Rugby Building Society, Warwick Street, Warwickshire, and see Birmingham; Compton, Fenny; Coventry; Fazeley; Kenilworth; Leamington; Rugby; Stratfordupon-Avon; Warwick Washbourne, Wm., waste: city, Domesday, 12th-cent., watchmakers, water-bailiffs: city, royal, Water Eaton, see Eaton, Water Water Gate, see Littlegate water-mills, see mills water-supply, waterworks, and see Carfax (conduit) Waterhouse, A., watermen, see bargemen Waterperry, Waterstock, Watkinson, Jos., Watlington: Rob., fam., Watlington, Watson, Albert, Waver, John, Waynflete, Wm., Wayte: John, Thos., weavers, guild, Webb, Harry, weights and measures, assize of, Weirs Lane housing estate, Weirs mill, Welcome (or Waltham), Thos., Welcome's Folly, see Friar Bacon's Study Wellesley, Art., duke of Wellington, Wellington public house, Wellington Square, Welshman's mead, Wendlebury, see Alchester Wentworth: Peter, Thos. (d. 1627), Thos. (fl. 1628), Wesley: Chas., John, Wesley Memorial church, Wesleyan Boys' sch., Wessex, West, John, West Gate, West Ham (Essex), sch., West Indies, and see Barbados West Oxford, Western Road, Westgate Centre, Westminster, see London Westminster College, Westminster Press, Wetherell: Sir Chas., Nathan, Wetwang, Wm. de, Wharf House public house, Wharton: Phil., Ld. Wharton, Thos., Ld. Wharton, n wharves, see Oxf. Canal; Thames, riv. wharfinger, Wheatfield, Wheatley (in Cuddesdon), Whigs, whipping post, Whistler: Eleanor, John, White (Whyte): Francis, Mary, m. 1 John Bridgeman, 2 Wm. Matthew, Sir Sampson, Thos., Sir Thos., White friars, see Carmelite friary White Hart inn, Cornmarket St., Whitelocke, Bulstrode, whitesmiths, see smiths Whitfield (Northants.), Whittington, Ric., Whorwood: Brome, Rob., fam., Whyte, see White Wickham, see Wykeham Widdowes, Giles, widows, wealth and status of, wig-makers, Wilberforce: Sam., bp. of Oxf., Wm., n Wilder, John, Wildgoose, Hen., Wilkinson: Hen., John, Wm., William I, William III, William IV, William the clerk, William the dean, William the reeve, William the spicer, see Winchester, Wm. of Williams: Fred., Ivy, John, Ld. Williams of Thame, John, Thos., Williamscote, see Cropredy Willicotes, Wm., Willis: Cath., Francis, his char., John, n, Wilmot, Joan, Wilson, Rob., Wiltshire, and see Cricklade; Salisbury; Swindon Winchester, Wm. of (the spicer), Winchester, earl of, see Despenser, Hugh Winchester (Hants), n, n, bp. of, see Waynflete College, fair, moneyers, Windsor: John, Miles, Windsor (Berks.), wine: assize of, trade, wine and spirit merchants (modern), and see vintners Wingfield, Hannah, Wingfield Morris Orthopaedic hospital, Winkfield (Berks.), see Ascot Winkley, Thos., n Winter: Rob., Thos., With (Wyth): Gillian, Sim., Witney, Wokingham (Berks.), Wolfson College, Wolsey, Cardinal Thos., his charter to univ., Wolvercote, bdy., bridge, ch., common, green, man., mills, public services, rights in Port Meadow, Trout inn, ward, see Summertown and Wolvercote ward Wolverhampton (Staffs.), Wood: Ant., Rob., Thos. (fl. 1559), Thos. (d. 1643), Thos. (fl. 1652), fam., Wood Farm housing estate, Woodforde, Jas., Woodhouse, C. M., Woodington, Eliz., Woodliffe, Wm., Woodperry, see Stanton St. John Woodstock, Blenheim Palace, M.P.s, royal visits, town clerk, Woodstock Road, Oxf., St. Giles's Terrace in, St. John's Terrace in, Woodstock Rural District Council, Woodward: B., Edw., woodworking trades, and see bowyers; cabinet-makers; carpenters; chair-makers; coopers; fletchers; furniture-makers; instrument-makers; joiners; turners wool trade, Woolworth, F. W., & Co. Ltd., Wootton (Wootten): Ela of, see Biset John of, Ric., Wootton (Berks.), Boar's Hill in, n, Wootton hundred, Worcester, Edw. of, Worcester, bp. of, see Carpenter; Cobham, Thos.; Latimer, Hugh Worcester College, Worcester Street, Worcestershire, and see Dudley; Evesham; Worcester workhouses, see poor-relief Worminghall: And., Eleanor, w. of Phil., m. 2 Wm. of Bicester, Joan, see Eu Phil., Rob., Thos., fam., Worton (in Cassington), Wren, Chris., Wrench: Thos. fam., Wright: John A., Martin, Ric., Wal., Wm. (d. c. 1636), Wm. (fl. 1679), Wm., s. of above, fam., n writs, return of, Wulfwin, Würtemburg, prince of, see Frederick Wyaston House, Wyatt: Geo., Jas., L. & R., Thos., fam., Wyatt's Wharf, Wychwood Forest, Wycliffe, John, Wycliffe Hall, Wycombe: Joan, Wal., fam., Wycombe, High (Bucks.), n, Wycroft, Wycroft Lane, Wyggeston, fam., Wyke, see Binsey Wyke, East, Eastwyke farm, Wyke, West, Wyke Bridge, Wykeham (Wickham): Jane, Wm. of, Wm. ('Honest'), n Wyking, Vincent, Wylcot, Thos., Wylde, Thos., see Goldsmith Wyth, see With Wytham (Berks.), Seacourt in, Wytham Hill, Wythig: Marg., Thos., yardlands, see 'king's eight yardlands' Yarnton, Yate, Marg., Yaxley (Hunts.), Yeadon, Wm., Yeats, Chris., York, n, n, n dukes of, see Edmund; Frederick; James II; Plantagenet, Ric. Yorkists, Yorkshire, and see York East Riding, see Beverley West Riding, and see Carleton; Horsforth; Kettlewell; Ripon; Sheffield Young Men's Christian Association, Younglove, Rob., Zouch (Souche), Jas.,