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A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 18. Originally published by Boydell & Brewer for Victoria County History, Woodbridge, 2011.

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INDEXA.B.C.D.E.F.G.H.I.J.K.L.M.N.O.P.Q.R.S.T.U.W.Y.Z.

INDEX

NOTE. Page numbers in bold denote the main entry for that item. An italic number denotes an illustration. All places are in Wiltshire unless otherwise stated.

The following abbreviations have been used in the index:

Abr., Abraham; abt, abbot; adv., advowson; archd., archdeacon; archit., architect(s); agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; Alb., Albert; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Assoc., Association; b., born; Benj., Benjamin; bd, board; bp, bishop; Bt, Baronet; Cath., Catherine, Catholic; Cathm, Catholicism; cent., century; char., charity; Chas, Charles; Chris., Christopher; Co., Company; Coll., College; ct, court(s); ctss, countess; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; dom., domestic; Dor., Dorothy; dchss, duchess; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Flo., Florence; Fras, Francis; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; govt, government; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; ho., house; hos, houses; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; Jas, James; Jos., Joseph; La., Lane; Laur., Laurence; m., married; Margt, Margaret; Marm., Marmaduke; Mat., Matthew; Maur., Maurice; Mic., Michael; mqss, marquess; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; pub., public; Rd, Road; Ric., Richard; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; s., son; Sam., Samuel; schs, schools; soc., society; w., wife; St, Saint, Street; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos, Thomas; Vct, Viscount; Wal., Walter; wid., widow; Wm, William.

A.

Abingdon:
-, Master Ric. of (d. c. 1327), rector of Cricklade St Sampson, 58–9, 62–3, 81
-, Rob. of, 58, 62–3, 81

Abingdon (Berks., later Oxon.), abbey of, 22, 32

Adams:
-, Eliz., 90
-, John, 80, 146
-, Susannah, see Bristow
-, Susannah, m. Wm Wells (fl. 1827), 85
-, Wm, 85, 88
-, Dr, 85
-, fam., 85, 146

Adamson, Benj., 123

Ælfheah, earldorman of Hampshire, 78

Ælfthryth, dau. of Alfred, king of Wessex, 5, 119, 174

Æthelmaer, ealdorman, 58

Æthelred II, king of England, 22, 32

Æthelstan, king of England, 22

Æthelwulf, king of Wessex, 5, 229

agriculture, see assarts; dairy farming; inclosure; intercommoning; livestock farming; market gardening

Akerman, Geo., 88, 90

Akers:
-, Eliz., 197
-, F. E., 85
-, Wm, 270

Aldbourne, 8, 59, 286

Aldford (Alford), Wm, vicar of Purton, 279, 281

Aldhelm, abt of Malmesbury, 13, 78, 255

Alford, see Aldford

Alexander III, pope, 278

Alfred, king of Wessex, 5, 7, 21, 119, 174 his dau., see Ælfthryth

Allen, Hugh, rector of Cricklade St Mary, 62

Ampney brook, 156, 163

Anne, dchss of York, see Hyde, Anne

Anderson, Revd W. P., vicar of Latton with Eisey, 168

Andrew:
-, Agnes, 195
-, John, MP, 40
-, Rob. (fl. 1399), MP, 40
-, Rob. (d. 1437), 85, 195, 258

Angell, Thos, 168

Anjou, Henry of, 23

ApOwen, Rhys (Rice), 92

Archer:
-, David, 214
-, John, 214, 216–17, 219
-, Major S. F. Alderson, 214

architects, 12; and see Brooks, Jas; Butterfield, Wm; Christian, Ewan; Dowglass, A. P.; Fulljames and Waller; Gradidge, Roderick; Lansdown, Thos Smith; Mackenzie, Kenneth B.; Mantell, E. W.; Newton, Ernest; Phillips, J; Ponting, C. E.; Poulton, J. Merit; St Aubyn, Jas P.; Seddon and Jones; Stillman and EastwickField; Street, G. E; Waller and sons; Waller, son and Wood; Wilkinson, G; Wilkinson, W.

Arkells brewery, 274

Armour, G. D., 270

Arnold, Eberhard, 132

Arnold-Foster:
-, Hugh, 265
-, Mary, see Story-Maskelyne

Arnott, Chas, 258

assarts, 7, 13, 17, 22, 42–3, 70, 72, 78, 84–9, 98

Ashley:
-, Ann, m. John Cooper, 196, 257, 259, 263
-, Sir Ant., Bt, 196, 257, 259, 263, 278
-, — Maur., 257, 269

Ashley Cooper, see Cooper

Ashton Keynes, 1–3, 5–8, 10–11, 38, 99, 108, 109–140, 171–2, 182, 225–6, 240
-, acreage, 109
-, adv., 136–7
-, agric., 8–10, 109, 111, 119, 124–7, 134, 137, 178–9
-, Ashton Down, 111, 125
-, Ashton Ho. and park, 114–15, 117
-, boundaries, 5, 109–10
-, bridges, 15, 111, 114, 117, 125, 127, 129
-, Brook Ho., 115–16
-, buildings (dom.), 11, 112, 114–17, 121–2
-, castle, 112
-, charities, 134
-, church, 9, 19–20, 112–13, 123, 129–130, 136–40
-,-, chantry chapel, 10, 138, 171
-,-, churchyard, 185
-, clubs and socs, 131–2
-, commons, 109, 118, 125–6, 178, 226
-, Cotswold Bruderhof, 12, 119, 122–4, 126, 130, 132–3
-, Cotswold Community, q.v.
-, Cove Ho., 114–16, 121–3, 127, 179
-, crosses, 114, 117–18
-, The Derry, 112, 115, 118–19, 127
-, electricity, 136
-, farms and farmsteads, 109, 114, 116–17
-,-, Ashton Downs, 122
-,-, Ashton Field (Westham), 122, 126–7, 132–3
-,-, Cleveland, 4, 112
-,-, Dairy, 114, 117, 122, 124–5, 129
-,-, Kent End, 124 123, 126
-,-, Manor (Coppice), 16, 126
-,-, North End, 122, 124, 126
-,-, Old Manor (formerly Church, then Manor), 17, 112–13, 121–4, 126
-,-, Rixon, 115, 123–4, 126
-,-, Vicarage (formerly Weeks, then Glebe), 126, 137
-,-, Wheatley's, 123, 127
-, fields, 8–9, 109, 116, 125–6
-, gallows, 135
-, geology, 110–11
-, glebe, 137
-, Happy Land, 10, 118, 127
-, industry and trades, 2, 9, 11, 109–11, 114, 117–19, 124, 127–30, 132, 134
-, inns, 114, 116–117, 130, 135
-,-, Plough Inn, 18, 116, 130, 135
-, isolation hosp., 135
-, Kent End, 10, 115, 118, 127
-, library, 131
-, London Ho. (later part of Overbrook Ho.), 117, 127
-, Long Ho., 131
-, manor, 5, 119–24, 126–7, 174–5, 178
-,-, courts, 135
-,-, lord, 6, 8
-,-, officers, 135
-, Manor Ho. and park, 113, 121
-, market, 112
-, meadow, 111, 124–5
-, Mill Ho., 17, 114, 116
-, mills, 9, 17, 112, 116, 127
-, nonconf. (protestant), 12, 140
-,-, chapels, 114–15, 117, 140
-, North End, 10, 114–15, 117–18, 122, 124, 126–7, 129–30
-, parish govt, 135
-, Park Ho., 115
-, police and police sta., 135–6
-, poor relief, 130, 135
-, pop., 111–12
-, prehist. remains, 4, 111–12
-, rectory, 136–7
-,-, estate, 109, 112, 121, 123, 131, 136–8
-, rivers, 15, 109–14
-, Rixon Gate, 10, 125, 127
-, roads, 17, 77, 111, 129, 179–80, 246
-, Rom. Cathm, 140
-, school, 12, 114–17, 132, 133, 180–1
-, settlement, 7, 11, 111–17, 119
-,-, outlying, 112, 115, 117–19
-, sports and recreation, 3, 131–2; and see Cotswold Water Pk
-, street lighting, 136
-, streets and lanes, 11, 111–12, 114
-,-, Back St, 112, 114, 116
-,-, Cerney Wick Rd, 129
-,-, Church La., 116
-,-, Church Walk, 17, 112, 114–15
-,-, Fore St, 112, 116
-,-, Hall Cl., 113
-,-, Harris Rd, 155
-,-, High Rd, 15, 111–12, 114–15
-,-, Gosditch, 111–12, 114, 116–17, 119
-,-, The Grove, 114, 117
-,-, The Lotts, 116
-,-, The Mead, 115
-,-, Milling Cl., 116
-,-, Park Pl., 116
-,-, Spine Rd, 111, 129
-, Three Bridges, 111
-, tithes, 136–7
-, pub. services, 118, 135–6
-, vicarage, 114, 134, 137–8
-,-, ho., 114, 138–9
-, vicars, see Aubrey; Briscoe; Clement; Hill; Milling; Pitt; Porte; Swinford; Wickes
-, village hall, 117, 130–1, 134
-, war memorial, 114
-, water supply, 136
-, woodland, 125, 127
-, workho., 118, 135
-, Workhouse End, 118
-, workingmen's club and reading room, 131

Ashton Keynes, Leigh, and Minety, par. of, 136, 240

Askeby, Wm, rector of Cricklade St Mary, later vicar of Cricklade St Sampson, 59

Askew:
-, Ferdinando, 195, 206, 208
-, Sir John, 195
-, Mary, 195

Aspale, Godfrey of, 196

Atkinson, Frances, 175

Aubrey:
-, John, antiquary, 25, 224, 235, 242, 280
-, Thos, vicar of Ashton Keynes, 138–9

Aumale, ctss of, see Forz, Isabel

Avon (Bristol), river, 3, 18, 78, 187

Ayleford, Wm of, 270

Aylesbury:
-, Warin of, 31
-, Wm of, 31

B.

Bablake (Oxon.), 18

Badcock, Joses, 197

Baddeby:
-, Edith, m. Oliver Cervington, 79
-, Maud, see Wraxall
-, Wm, 79

Baddebyr (Bagbury), Sir Nic. of, Kt, 252, 262

Bagally of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 224

Baker, F. W., 175

Balbernie, Ric., 133

Baldred, 5, 13, 78

Ballon:
-, Emmeline, m. Reynold de Breteuil, 146
-, Hamelin of, lord of Abergavenny, 146

Bamfield, Thos, 85

Baptists, 13, 28, 54, 62, 68–70, 140, 243

Barker, Mr and Mrs, 264

Barnard, Hen., 96

Barnes, Sam., 139

Barrett, Thos, 284

Barrow, H.W., 178

Barton, John of, 259

Basket:
-, Alice, 195, 206
-, John, 195
-, Thos (d. 1540), 195
-, Thos (fl. 1560–75), 195, 198, 206
-, Wm, 195

Bassett Down, see Lydiard Tregoze

Bath, Jonas, 284

Bath (Som.), Prior Park Coll., 58

Bathe:
-, Ant. (fl. 1610), 266
-, Ant. (d. 1769), 266
-, Ant. (fl. 1799), 266
-, Jas, 266
-, John, 266, 274
-, Ric., 261, 266
-, Ric. Garlick, 251, 266–7
-, Sarah, m. John Brown, 267
-, Wm (d. 1610), 266
-, Wm (d. 1714), vicar of Purton, 261, 266, 281
-, Wm (fl. 1738), 261, 266
-, Wm (d. 1772), 266
-, Wm (fl. 1823–34), 266, 274
-, Misses, 251, 267
-, fam., 251, 255, 257, 259, 261, 266–7, 269, 271

Baunton:
-, Christine of, 66
-, Rob. of, 66

Baunton (Glos.), 66

Bavant:
-, Adam, 91
-, Sir Rog. (d. by 1338), 91
-, Sir Rog. (fl. 1344), 91

Beadon:
-, H. W., vicar of Latton, 168–9
-, fam., 168

Beak:
-, Chas Miles, 257–8, 272, 283
-, Jas D., 257
-, —, dau. of Chas, m. — Proud, 272

Beale, Dr John, rector of Meysey Hampton (Glos.), 220

Beaumont:
-, Waleran de, earl of Warwick, 228, 230
-, Wm de, earl of Warwick, 228, 230

Bell, John, 83

bell-foundries, 61–2, 139, 169, 183, 208–9

Benfield:
-, John, 128
-, Paul, 32, 41, 84, 86

Bennet, Maur., 128

Berkeley:
-, Alice, 82
-, Cath., 82
-, Sir Edw., 82
-, Sir John (d. 1428), 82
-, John (1506–57), 82
-, Sir Maur. (d. 1460), 82
-, Sir Maur. (d. 1474), 82
-, Sir Thos, Lord Berkeley, 82
-, Wm, 82

Berkshire, see Abingdon; Faringdon; Hinton Waldrist; Hungerford; Speen; Stanfordin-the-Vale; Sutton; Wallingford; Windsor

Best:
-, Edith, see Chadderton
-, Geo., 196
-, Hatton, 196

Bevan, Norman, 176

Bewley, Brian, 200

Bird:
-, Lewington, 94
-, fam., 94

Birmingham (Warws.), 10, 267

Bishop, Alan, 139

Blackwell, fam., 233

Blake, Canon Roy, vicar of Purton, 282

Bleeke:
-, John, 31, 220, 222
-, fam., 217

Blunsdon:
-, Laur. of, 92
-, Waleran(d) of, 260, 270; and see Walerand

Blunsdon, 11, 258, 268
-, railway sta., 10–11, 246

Blunsdon, Broad, 14, 102, 106, 260

Blunsdon Hill, 14–16, 75, 105–6, 165

Blunsdon St Andrew, 1, 5, 14–15, 17–18, 75, 244

Blunt:
-, Sir Chas (d. 1838), 195, 206
-, Sir Chas, Bt (d. 1840), 195
-, Hen., 195
-, Mary, 195
-, W. O., 195

Bolingbroke, vcts, see St John

Bolton, H. H., 197

Bond, Wm, 60

Booker, Edw. Fletcher, 217

Boughton, Joanna, 123

Boulton:
-, Ann, 128
-, John, 45
-, Mary, 128
-, Wm, 128
-, fam., 45

Bourne:
-, Gillian, m. Edw. Cadell, 85, 89
-, John (fl. 1437), 85
-, John (d. 1477), 85
-, Margery, w. of John (d. 1477), m. Wm Walrond, 85

Bourton-on-the-Hill (Glos.), 208

Bouverie:
-, Jacob Pleydell (d. 1828), 2nd earl of Radnor, 92–3
-, Jacob Pleydell (d. 1889), 4th earl of Radnor, 93
-, Jacob Pleydell (d. 1930), 6th earl of Radnor, 93
-, Mary, m. Ant. Ashley Cooper, 4th earl of Shaftesbury, 281
-, Wm Pleydell (d. 1869), 3rd earl of Radnor, 93
-, Wm Pleydell (d. 1900), 5th earl of Radnor, 93

Bowley:
-, A. K., 123–4, 175
-, A. W. (d. 1957), 121, 123, 175
-, A. W. (d. 1981), 123
-, John, 134

Bowleys brewery, 274

bowls, 54–5, 273

Bowness, M., 178

Braby, Gwynedd, 61

Bradenstoke priory, 32, 196, 202

Bradley, E. H., & Sons Ltd, 124, 129, 131

Brain, Geo., 176

Brantingham, Wm of, 256

Bray, Dor., m. Edm. Bridges, Lord Chandos, 229, 256

Braydon forest, 2, 3, 5–8, 13, 49, 76–7, 125–6, 178–9, 224–8, 234–6, 244, 248, 272, 285–90
-, Anglo-Saxon settlement, 5, 21
-, boundaries, 16, 93, 96, 100, 106, 127, 171, 186, 225–6, 234–5, 244, 248, 269
-, commons, 100, 125, 199, 232, 235, 269, 275–7, 288
-, courts, 6, 152, 178, 181, 239, 290
-, disafforestation, 10, 16, 36, 48, 70, 93, 100–1, 106–8, 199, 126, 181, 225, 232, 234, 286, 288
-, farms and landholdings (after disafforestation), 106–8, 259, 287–9
-,-, and see Braydon tithing, farms; Cricklade, farms
-, inclosure, 10, 16–17, 36, 48, 63, 70, 76, 93, 96, 100–1, 107, 200, 205, 233, 239, 288–9
-, keepership, 261, 269
-, lodges:
-,-, Great Lodge (later Ravenshurst farm), 26, 76, 93, 106–7
-,-, Slyfield Lodge (Leighfield Lodge farm), 48, 76–7, 93–4, 106–7
-, purlieus, 2, 7, 184, 199–201, 205, 235, 269
-,-, Duchy rag, 7, 286–7
-,-, Keynes rag, 7, 13, 244, 255, 269
-,-, Momes leaze, 268–9
-,-, Peverell's wood, 13
-,-, Poucher's rag, 7, 13, 244, 255, 259, 269–70
-,-, serjeanty and serjeants of the forest, 6, 8, 78–80, 82, 242, 247, 255, 267
-,-, tithes, 96

Braydon tithing (later civil par.), 1–2, 4–5, 8–9, 12, 39, 225, 244–5, 248, 285–90
-, agric., 288–9
-, boundaries, 245, 285
-, buildings, 50, 287
-, chapel (C.E.), 282, 286, 290
-,-, curates, 290; and see Coates
-, commons, 286
-, farms and farmsteads, 287–9
-,-, Battlelake, 246, 289
-,-, Braydon Manor, 246, 269, 289
-,-, Coxhill, 287, 289
-,-, Gospel Oak, 289; and see Cricklade St Sampson
-,-, High Barn (Duchy), 288
-,-, Maplesale, 288
-,-, Park Gate, 288
-,-, Poundhouse, 289
-,-, Ravensroost, 288–9
-,-, Red Lodge, 287, 289
-,-, Roebuck, 289
-,-, White (later Red) Lodge, 286, 288
-, geology, 285
-, Langhops Hill, 285
-, local govt, 277
-,-, parish, 244, 285
-, manors and estates, 8, 286–8
-,-, Hatton's (later Red) Lodge, 11, 50, 94, 286, 288
-, nonconf. (protestant), 288
-,-, chapel, 51, 288
-, poor relief, 289
-, pop., 286
-, roads, 285
-, school, 286, 289
-, settlement, 4, 286
-, woodland, 288–9
-, and see Braydon forest

Bréauté:
-, Faukes de, 31
-, Margery, see Revièrs

Bremhill, 83

Brent, Jacob, 139

Brereton, Sir John, 82

Breteuil:
-, Emmeline, see Ballon
-, Reynold, s. of Rog., 146
-, Rog. of, earl of Hereford, 146, 194, 199

Bridges:
-, Dor., see Bray
-, Sir Edm., Baron Chandos, 40, 40, 146, 229, 249, 255–8, 261, 278, 280
-, Frances, see Clinton
-, Frances, m. Nic. Stevens, 256
-, Geo., Baron Chandos, 230, 235, 256
-, Giles (d. 1511), 258
-, Giles, Baron Chandos, 40, 146, 229, 256
-, Gray, Baron Chandos, 146–7, 152, 229, 256, 261, 263–5, 270, 278
-, Jane, see Savage
-, Sir John, Baron Chandos, 8, 146, 236, 258, 264
-, Wm, Baron Chandos, 40, 146, 229, 256
-, fam., barons Chandos, 8, 40, 256, 258, 270

Brinkworth, 12, 16–17, 186, 24

Briscoe, Wm Lea, vicar of Ashton Keynes, 137, 139

Bristol, 11, 18, 246, 276, 285
-, bell-foundry, 183
-, infirmary, 205
-, mint, 175

Bristol, diocese of:
-, bp of, 137, 240, 278
-, cathedral, 281
-, dean and chapter, 63

Bristow:
-, John, 85, 88, 120
-, Rob., 88
-, Sarah, 85, 88
-, Susannah, m. — Adams, 88

British and Foreign Schools Soc. and British schs, 57, 70, 133

Britton, John, 25

Broad Blunsdon, see Blunsdon, Broad

Bromesdon, Adam of, 91

Brook:
-, Emma, 288
-, Rob., 288

Brooke, Sir Chas Ant. Johnson, Rajah of Sarawak, 264

Brooks, Jas, archit., 31, 220, 224

Brown:
-, Edw., 176
-, Geo., 175, 177
-, John (fl. 1851), 257, 267
-, John (d. 1920), 267
-, Sarah, see Bathe
-, W. G., 177
-, Wm, 267
-, fam., 251, 267

Browning, Wm, 195, 206

Bryan, David Moulder, 90–1

Buckland:
-, Thos, 45
-, Wm, 45

Bulley:
-, Revd Dr Fred., 214, 217, 219, 223
-, Fred. Pocock, 214
-, Mrs Margt, 214, 220, 223
-, fam., 86

Burge:
-, Wm, 89
-, fam., 44

Burgess, Harry, 165–6

Burgoyne, Rob., 66

Burgred, king of Mercia, 5, 145

Burnell, barons, see Dunch

Burrell, Tim., rector of Lydiard Millicent, 208

Bush:
-, Thos (d. 1786), 80–1, 84, 86, 146
-, Thos (fl. 1793), 86

Butler, John, rector of Lydiard Millicent, 208

Butt:
-, Ann, m. 1 Revd Jas Fisher, 2 Jas Hen. Sadler, 90, 197, 266
-, Lydia, 90
-, Thos Packer (d. 1828), 90, 197–8
-, T. P. W. (fl. 1845–70), 198
-, W. P. C., 90, 197

Buttas (Herefs.), 85

Butterfield, Wm, archit., 12, 24, 140, 171, 283

Buxton:
-, Sir John, Bt, 198
-, Sir Rob., 1st Bt, 198
-, Sir Rob., 3rd Bt, 198

Byrt:
-, John, 86
-, Mary, m. Rob. Jordan, 86
-, Morgan, 26, 86
-, Ric., 4, 26, 86
-, fam., 27, 86

C.

Cadell:
-, Edw., 85
-, Gillian, see Bourne

Caedwalla, king of Wessex, 5, 255

Calcutt, see Cricklade

Calfee, Thos, 259

Calley, fam., 229

Calne, 11, 17, 83, 188

Camme, Ric., abt of Malmesbury, 255

Campbell, Revd Edw., 61, 153

Canada, 257, 277

canals, see North Wiltshire; Thames and Severn; Wiltshire and Berkshire

Canning, Lieut. Col., 42, 261

Capital & Counties Bank, 47

Cardigan, Alice, w. of Lewis, 25

Carnarvon, earls of, see Herbert

Carter:
-, Donald, 93
-, J. T., 93
-, Revd T. B., 274

Castle Eaton, 5, 211, 213–14, 216, 220, 222
-, boundaries, 142
-, parish, 152
-, rector, 6

Catherine of Braganza, queen of Charles II, 286

Cecil, Thos, 83

Cecily, dchss of York, see Nevill, Cecily

Celestine III, pope, 278

Cervington:
-, David, 79
-, Edith, see Baddeby
-, Edw., 79
-, John, 79
-, Nic., 79
-, Oliver, 79
-, Wal., 79
-, Wm, 79

Chadderton:
-, Edith, m. Geo. Best, 196
-, Edm. (fl. 1485), 196
-, Edm. (d. 1545), 196
-, Geo., 196
-, Margt, see Collingbourne
-, Thos (d. 1537), 196
-, Thos (fl. 1563–70), 196, 205
-, Wm, 196

Chaffyn:
-, Bampfield, 79
-, Thos, 79

Challis, Miss F. K., 168

Chamberlain:
-, Douglas, 124
-, Fred., 124

Champernowne, Wm, 176

Champernowne alias Slatter:
-, Daniel, 89
-, Mary, 89
-, Moses, 89
-, Ric. (d. by 1708), 89
-, Ric. (fl. 1718), 89
-, Ric. (fl. 1824), 90
-, Wm (fl. 1669), 89
-, Wm (d. 1752), 89
-, Wm (d. 1818), 89
-, Wm (fl. 1831), 90
-, fam., 89–90

Chance, Major Geof. Hen., 231

Chandos, barons, see Bridges

Chapman:
-, Alice, see Hawkins
-, Anne, 120
-, Hawkins, 120–1, 134, 137
-, Joanna, see Hawkins
-, Joanna, m. Thos Master (d. 1770), 121
-, Sybilla, 134
-, Toby, 136

Chapperlin:
-, Wm, 128, 176
-, fam., 128

Charity Commission, 37, 48–9, 51

Charles I, 181, 286

Charles II, 136, 286

Charlton, 16, 226

Cheltenham (Glos.), 11, 18, 77, 188, 226, 246
-, GCHQ, 78, 254

Cheltenham & Great Western, see railways

Chelworth (in Cricklade), 5–9, 13, 15–17, 19, 21–2, 42, 93, 96–103, 105–8, 125, 172, 175, 178, 247, 254
-, canals, Chelworth wharf, see Cricklade, canals
-, Chelworth Common, 73, 99, 101, 104, 178
-, Chelworth Green, 16–17, 73, 77, 85, 87, 100–2
-, Chelworth Industrial Estate, 102
-, coalyards, 46, 102
-, Common Hill Ho., 55, 74, 102
-, Court Ho., 96
-, farms and farmsteads, 70–4, 84–9, 91, 98–102; and see Cricklade, farms
-, manors and estates, 8, 13, 70, 78–89, 254
-,-, Abingdon Court, 22, 58–9, 63, 66, 81–2, 89, 91, 94–5, 98
-,-, Chelworth, 13, 70, 78–9, 81, 96–8, 254
-,-, Chelworth Cricklade, 79, 83, 89
-,-, Chelworth Poucher, 83
-,-, Great Chelworth, 42, 66, 80–1, 84, 86, 97–8, 146, 176
-,-, Little Chelworth, 38, 65, 79–82, 84, 86, 89, 146
-, manor courts, 81, 97–8
-, manor officers, 97–8
-, meadows, 9, 16, 33–4, 36, 42–3, 63, 66, 81, 84, 86, 89, 96, 98–100
-, mills, 103
-, mission room, 62
-, settlement, 7, 18–19, 70–4, 78, 98
-, Tunnel Ho., 74
-, and see Cricklade

Chesterton, Edw., 66

Chippenham, 1, 197

Christian, Ewan, archit., 12, 65

Church Commissioners (formerly Ecclesiastical Commissioners), 66, 82, 84, 95, 214, 229

Church Society Trust, 222

Churches Conservation Trust, 185

Churn, river, 3, 9, 156–7, 159

Cirencester (Glos.), 1, 4, 9, 25, 54, 81
-, abbey, 6–10, 32, 63, 91, 96, 161, 166–7, 169, 221, 227–8
-,-, abt of, 96, 226, 229, 232, 236, 239
-, manor, 226, 229, 239
-, Poor Law Union, 221
-, railways, 11, 18, 188, 210
-, roads, 11, 17, 53, 111, 114, 121, 129, 155–6, 158, 168, 172, 188, 192, 194, 201, 210, 246, 285
-, Rom. Cathm, 70
-, and see Royal Agricultural Coll.

Civil Wars:
-, 12th cent., 22
-, 17th cent., 25–6, 41, 44

Clapton, Wm, 176

Clarendon, earls of, see Hyde; Villiers

Clark, John, 153

Clarke:
-, C. F. O., 93, 146
-, Edm., 146
-, Elfrida, w. of Sir Orme, 93, 146
-, Eliz., 146
-, Geo., 263
-, Mary, see Hyde
-, Sir Orme, Bt, 93, 146
-, Rob., 263n
-, W. O., 93, 146
-, fam., 264

Clement III, pope, 147

Clement, vicar of Ashton Keynes, 232

Cleobury, Chris., rector of Lydiard Millicent, 204, 208

Clifford:
-, T. G., 85
-, Thos, 94

Clifton, diocese of (Rom. Cath.), 70

Clinton:
-, Frances, m. Giles Bridges, Lord Chandos, 146
-, Ida, 195
-, John, 1st Baron Clinton, 195
-, John, 2nd Baron Clinton, 195
-, John, 3rd Baron Clinton, 195
-, Osbert of, 194–5
-, Thos of (d. by 1264), 194
-, Thos of (d. c. 1277), 194, 206
-, Wm, Baron Clinton, 195

Clive, Margt, Lady, see Maskelyne

Cnut, king of England, 5, 22

Coates, Digby Octavius, curate of Braydon, 290

Cochram, Jas, 287

Coke:
-, Rob., 80
-, (alias Hampton), Rob., 92
-, Thos, 92

Cole:
-, John, 236
-, R. H., 87

Colerne, Wm of, abt of Malmesbury, 255, 257, 270, 278

Coles, S. E., 198

Collingbourne:
-, Joan, m. Jas Lowther, 196
-, John, 95, 196
-, Margt, m. Geo. Chadderton, 196
-, Wm, 196

Colonial Training Institute, 289

Congregationalists (Independents), 12, 57, 62, 68–9, 140, 243, 284

Constable:
-, Barbara, see Sotehill
-, Sir Marm., 259
-, Rob., 259
-, fam., 259

Constant, Rog., 17

Cook:
-, Hen., 88
-, John, 178
-, Lydia, w. of Hen., 88

Coole:
-, Thos, 233
-, Wm, 240

Cooper:
-, Ann, I Ashley
-, Sir Ant. Ashley, 1st earl of Shaftesbury, 257, 263, 281
-, Ant. Ashley, 2nd earl of Shaftesbury, 196, 263
-, Ant. Ashley, 3rd earl of Shaftesbury, 196, 263
-, Ant. Ashley, 4th earl of Shaftesbury, 196, 263, 269
-, Ant. Ashley, 5th earl of Shaftesbury, 196, 263, 269, 275
-, Ant. Ashley, 7th earl of Shaftesbury, 196, 203, 205, 283
-, Ant. Ashley, 8th earl of Shaftesbury, 196
-, Ant. Ashley, 9th earl of Shaftesbury, 196, 257, 263
-, Cropley Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury, 196, 198, 263
-, Sir John, Bt, 196, 257, 259, 263
-, Mary, w. of Ant. Ashley, 4th earl, see Bouverie
-, Maur. Ashley, see Ashley
-, fam., 255, 257, 261, 278

Co-operative Wholesale Society, 146, 149, 160–1, 163–5

Cormeilles (Eure), abbey of, 9, 199, 206–7

Cotel, Sir Wm, 79

Cotswold Bruderhof, see Ashton Keynes

Cotswold Community, 12, 123–4, 127, 132–3

Cotswold Water Park, 3, 109, 111, 132, 156–7, 231

Cottle:
-, Mark, 88
-, Ric., 8

Cotton, Sir John, Bt, 161

Courage breweries, 274

Cove:
-, Ant., 176
-, Dor., w. of Hen., 176
-, Eliz., 243
-, Hen., 176
-, Thos, 176

Cowley:
-, Clement, 87, 122
-, Cornelius, 70
-, G. H., 198
-, Hubert, 122, 176

Cox:
-, Eliz., see Hawkins
-, Jeremy, 217
-, John, 85
-, John Hippisley, 85
-, Jos., 87
-, Ric. Hippesley, 85, 120, 176, 233
-, Thos, 87
-, fam., 177, 217

Coxen, Ant., 257n, 258

Coxwell, Chas, perpetual curate of Marston Meysey, 223

Cleveland, duke of, see Powlett

Craggs:
-, Jas (d. 1721), 161
-, (formerly Newsham) Jas (d. by 1774), 161
-, fam., 83, 175

Cranborne (Dorset), abbey of, 8–9, 119, 123, 136, 174

Cranfield:
-, Eliz., m. Edm. Diggs, 260
-, Lionel, earl of Middlesex, 260

Creed, John, 90

Cresswell:
-, John, 176
-, Ric., 176
-, Rob., 176

cricket, 54–5, 270

Cricklade:
-, John, 83
-, Rob., MP, 40, 83
-, Thos, MP, 40, 83

Cricklade, 1, 1, 5, 7–10, 13–108, 109, 111, 128, 155–7, 171, 176, 211, 244
-, acreage, 14
-, agric., 7–9, 13, 17, 22, 42–3, 63, 70, 72, 78, 81, 84–9, 98–108, 178
-, Alkerton Ho., 26–8
-, Alkerton Works, 45
-, allotments, 37, 48–49, 108
-, almshos, 25, 35, 38
-, Bawd Ho., 72
-, borough, 21–70
-,-, burgages, 22, 31–3, 41–2, 44, 59
-,-, courts, 6, 8, 31, 33–4, 37, 39–40, 54
-,-, elections, 26, 32, 39–42
-,-, lordship, 6, 8, 27, 31, 33, 40, 43–4, 83
-,-, officers, 33, 39, 42; bailiffs, 26, 31, 33–4, 37, 39, 40–1, 48–9; constables, 31, 33, 37, 40, 48–9
-,-, petty sessions, 34
-,-, stocks, 38
-, boundaries, 5, 14–15, 23, 70, 77, 80, 142
-, bridges, 23, 25–6, 28, 37–8
-, Brook Ho., 26, 28
-, buildings (dom.):
-,-, outlying, i, 29–30, 70–2, 74–7
-,-, town, 3, 11–12, 24–30
-, Calcutt, 5, 7–8, 13, 17, 19, 42, 49, 52, 58, 64, 70, 74–5, 78–9, 83–4, 89–91, 96, 98–9, 101, 103–5
-, Calcutt Hall, 74
-, farms and farmsteads, 74–5, 89, 91, 104–5; and see Cricklade, farms
-, Horse & Jockey inn, 53
-, Ladysmith Ho., 75
-, manor and estates, 75, 84, 89–91; lord, 78
-, meadows, 63, 74, 91, 96, 103–5
-, settlement, 74
-, Seven Bridges, 74–5, 102
-, canals, 11, 18, 74, 101–2
-,-, Chelworth wharf, 18, 46, 74, 101–2
-, Candletree, below St Sampson, vicarage ho.
-, castle, 22–3
-, cemetery and burial grounds, 28–9, 36, 39, 68
-, chapel, St Mic.'s, 10, 24, 58–60
-, charities, 35, 48–52, 56–7, 67, 95, 108; and see Wayland's
-, Chelworth, q.v.
-, cinema, 54
-, clubs and socs, 27, 54–5
-, commons, 9, 70, 81, 93, 98–101, 103–6, 125, 178, 266
-, Coxe's Hill, 108
-, The Croft, 29
-, Danvers Ho., 2, 27–8, 57
-, electricity, 39
-, fairs, 9, 31, 33, 44
-, farms and farmsteads, 25, 42, 70–7, 84–91, 93–5, 99–108
-,-, Abingdon Court, 22, 25–6, 29–30, 70, 72, 74, 84, 88–9, 101
-,-, Ballickacre, Chelworth, 72, 85, 88, 101–2
-,-, Bournelake, Chelworth, 72, 85, 100–2
-,-, Bourne, Chelworth, 74, 102
-,-, Braydon Cottage, 94
-,-, Bridge, Braydon Forest, 77, 107; and see Leigh, farms
-,-, Broadleaze, Chelworth, 16–17, 70, 86–7, 89, 100–1
-,-, Butlers, 87, 101
-,-, Byrts, Chelworth, 85, 101
-,-, Calcutt, 75, 89–90, 104–5
-,-, Calcutt Court, 74–5, 90, 105
-,-, Calcutt Hall, 105
-,-, Chapel, Widhill, 75, 93, 106
-,-, Chelworth, 16, 72, 84–5, 88, 101, 106
-,-, Cowleaze, Chelworth, 102
-,-, Cross Roads, Chelworth, 73, 77, 102
-,-, Cullerne's, Calcutt, 90
-,-, Dance House, Chelworth, 72
-,-, Derryfield, Braydon forest, 77
-,-, Duchy Rag (later Gryphon Lodge), Braydon forest, 77, 95, 107–8
-,-, Dudgemore, Chelworth, 63, 71–2, 88, 101–2
-,-, Farfield, Chelworth, 72, 88, 101
-,-, Fiddle, Chelworth, 73–4, 88, 90, 101, 105
-,-, Fletcher's, Calcutt, 90–1
-,-, Godby's, Chelworth, 72, 101
-,-, Gospel Oak, Braydon forest, 57, 77, 94, 107, 287
-,-, Great Lodge (Old Lodge), see Braydon forest, lodges
-,-, Gryphon Lodge, see Duchy Rag
-,-, Headlands, Chelworth, 72, 88–9, 101
-,-, Hailstone (not Woodwards), Chelworth, 72, 86–7, 101
-,-, Hailstone Hill, Chelworth, 72, 86, 88, 101
-,-, Hailstone, see Woodwards
-,-, King's Barn, 77, 107
-,-, Kingshill, Calcutt, 19, 74, 90, 102, 105
-,-, Knapp, Chelworth, 179
-,-, Leighfield Cottage, see Leigh, farms
-,-, Leighfield Lodge, see Braydon forest, lodges
-,-, Lone Barn, Braydon forest, 77, 94, 107
-,-, Lower Bury Hill, Braydon forest, 77, 94, 107
-,-, Lower, Braydon forest, 94–5, 107
-,-, Lower Sales, Braydon forest, 77, 94
-,-, Lower Widhill, 75, 93, 106
-,-, Manor, Calcutt, 75
-,-, Oxhouse, Chelworth, 72, 87–9, 101–2, 105
-,-, Parsonage, Chelworth, 25, 29, 70, 74, 82, 84, 88–9, 95, 99–102
-,-, Pear Tree, Chelworth, 71
-,-, Plants, Chelworth, 87
-,-, Purley, Chelworth, 74, 85, 102, 106
-,-, Ravensbrook, Braydon forest, 77, 95, 107
-,-, Ravenshurst (Ravenhouse), see Braydon forest, lodges
-,-, South Leigh, Braydon forest, 77, 94, 107
-,-, Stones, Chelworth, 74, 87, 101–2
-,-, Upper Broadleaze, Chelworth, 72, 102
-,-, Upper Chelworth, 71
-,-, Upper Widhill, 70–1, 75, 93, 106
-,-, White Lodge, 77, 94, 107
-,-, Whitehall, Chelworth, 16, 88, 101–2, 106, 253, 263
-,-, Widhill, 75, 106
-,-, Windmill, 102
-,-, Woodwards (Hailstone), Chelworth, 14, 70, 72, 84, 86, 100–2
-, fields, 8–9, 72, 74, 86, 88, 97–101, 103–6
-, fire, 28–9, 37–8
-, fortifications, 5, 7, 13, 16–17, 19, 21–2, 28
-, The Forty, 16, 29, 38, 45–6
-, friendly socs, 53–5
-, gaol, 38
-, gas, 29, 39, 54
-, geology, 15–16
-, Great (Old) Lodge, see Braydon forest, lodges
-, Hailstone Hill, 70, 72, 74
-, halls and meeting places, 54
-, hosp., below St John's Hosp.
-, housing estates, 29–30
-, industry and trades, 9, 23, 28, 33, 43–7, 53, 102
-, inns, 25, 28–9, 33–4, 52–3, 54
-,-, King's Head, 2, 27, 53
-,-, Old Bear, 28–9, 34, 53
-,-, Red Lion, 26–9, 53–4
-,-, Three Horseshoes, 28, 53
-,-, Vale Hotel (formerly the White Horse), 25, 28, 45, 53
-,-, White Hart, 8, 33, 44, 53
-,-, White Lion, 26, 53–4
-, Jubilee clock, 28, 37, 39
-, Leighfield (Slyfield) Lodge, see Braydon forest, lodges
-, library, 30, 54
-, manors and estates, 13, 25–6, 31–3, 81, 89, 91, 94–5
-,-, Abingdon Court, see Chelworth, manors
-,-, Cricklade, 31–2, 38, 41–2, 79–81, 84; lord, 27, 40, 43–4
-,-, above Calcutt; below Widhill
-, Manor Ho. (formerly the Hermitage), 27–9, 42, 55, 70
-, markets, 7, 9, 22, 25, 29, 31, 33–4, 43–4
-,-, market ho., 25, 28, 44, 54
-,-, weighbridge, 44, 54
-, meadows, 9, 16, 33–4, 36, 42–3, 66, 162
-, mills, 9, 16, 23, 26, 33, 44, 73, 81, 84, 91, 102–3, 106
-, mint, 9, 22
-, museum, 54
-, nonconf. (protestant), 12, 13, 43, 54, 56–7, 62, 68–70
-,-, chapels, 28, 68–9
-, Old Manor Ho., 26, 36
-, parishes, below St Mary; St Sampson
-, parliamentary representation, 9, 39–42, 84
-, police, 29, 37–8
-, pop., 18
-, prehist. remains, 4–5, 13, 18–19
-, The Priory, 9, 25–6, 28
-, railways, 29, 46
-,-, sta., 10–11, 18, 46–7, 102
-, Red Ho., 98
-, retail trades, 9, 11, 23, 25, 33–4, 28–9, 45–6
-, Rom. Cathm, 12, 56, 62, 68, 70
-, St John's hosp., 7, 10, 25, 32, 45, 47, 58–60, 63, 66, 69, 84, 95–6
-, St Mary's parish, 14
-,-, adv., 59, 61, 66
-,-, boundaries, 15, 77
-,-, church, 1, 10, 12, 12–13, 19, 21–2, 24, 28, 58, 60–2, 66–8, 70, 105; churchyard and cross, 12, 68
-, glebe, 66
-, parish govt, 34; burial bd, 36;
-,-, officers, 37, 48–9, 67
-, poor relief, 34–6, 47, 49–51
-, rectors, see Allen; Askeby;
-,-, Cuthbert; Edmeads; Jane;
-,-, Lenn; McKaye
-, rectory, 10, 26, 58–63, 66, 96
-, tithes, 66, 95–6
-, St Sampson's parish, 14, 224, 226, 244–5
-,-, adv., 58–9, 62–3, 81
-,-, boundaries, 15, 77, 142
-,-, church, 1–2, 5–6, 9, 11, 12–13, 21, 22, 23, 24–5, 55–6, 58–65, 70, 84, 95; Anglo-Saxon carving, 10, 64; ch bldg, 18, 25, 64–5; chantries, 37, 59, 84; chapels, 59; churchyard and cross, 6, 22, 24–6, 29, 44, 65
-,-, glebe, 60, 63–4
-,-, parish govt, 34; burial bd, 39; officers, 34, 36–7, 48–50, 61; council, 34, 36–9, 42, 49, 54–5; vestry, 31, 34–5, 47–9
-,-, poor relief, 34–6, 38, 47–51, 56
-,-, rectors, see Abingdon; Dyneley; Everdon; Haghman; Roland; Stratton; Wootton
-,-, rectory, 9, 58–9, 63, 84, 95–6
-,-, tithes, 58–60, 63, 95–6, 100
-,-, vicarage, 13, 24, 57–63, 96, 106; ho., 11, 24, 63–6, 184
-,-, vicars, see Askeby; Cuthbert; Frome; Gantlett; Jane; Lenn; Macdonald; Richards
-, schools, 12, 26, 29, 56–8, 70, 151, 165
-,-, Jenner's, 6, 12, 26, 28, 35, 54, 56
-,-, Prior Park, 30, 58, 70
-,-, St Sampson's, 50, 57–8
-, settlement, 4–5, 7, 11, 13, 18–19, 21–30, 70, 73–6, 78, 98
-,-, outlying, 70–8
-, sports and recreation, 54–5
-, street lighting, 39
-, streets, 11, 21–4, 26, 28–30, 36–7, 39, 70, 72–4, 90, 98
-,-, Abingdon Court La., 26, 29, 67
-,-, Blind La., 17
-,-, Bath Rd (formerly West St), 17, 21–4, 26, 28, 38–9, 53–6, 58
-,-, Braydon La., 16–17, 77–8, 102
-,-, Calcutt St (formerly East St), 10, 17, 21–5, 27–9, 34, 38–9, 42, 44–6, 54, 58, 60, 68–70
-,-, Calcutt La., 96
-,-, Chelworth Rd, 16–17, 74
-,-, Church La. (formerly Church St), 29
-,-, Ermin St, 4, 29
-,-, Frys La. (later the Fiddle), 74
-,-, Gas La. (formerly Mutton La.), 29, 44–5, 53–4, 57, 70
-,-, Giles Ave, 29
-,-, High St, 3–4, 7, 12, 15, 19, 22–6, 28–9, 37–9, 44–6, 52–4, 57–8, 66–70, 98
-,-, Horsefair La., 24, 29–30, 38, 44–6, 67
-,-, Malmesbury Rd, 21
-,-, Rectory La., 29, 54
-,-, Red Lion La., 28–9
-,-, Rutherns La., 24
-,-, Snows La., 24
-,-, Spital La., 17, 29, 96
-,-, Stones La. (formerly Hailstone La.), 17, 55, 74
-,-, Thames La. (formerly Ridler's La.), 29–30, 39
-,-, West Mill La., 30, 73–4
-, Thames, river, q.v.
-, tithe barn, 25, 30, 63
-, town band, 9, 55
-, town council, 39, 54
-, town halls, 28–9, 34, 45, 54–5, 70
-, water and sewerage, 38
-, Wayland's char., 31, 34–7, 39, 59, 84, 97
-, Widhill, 1, 8, 13–14, 19, 36, 58, 63–4, 70, 78, 91–3, 96, 105–6
-,-, boundaries, 15
-,-, chapel, 10, 13, 60–1, 75
-,-, farms and farmsteads, 75, 92–3, 105–6; and see Cricklade, farms
-,-, manors and estates, 61, 78, 91–3
-,-, mill, 9
-,-, settlement, 7, 75
-,-, Widhill La., 75
-, Windmill Hill, 38, 78, 102–3
-, woodland, 13, 93, 106, 108, 225; and see Braydon forest
-, workho., 12, 26, 28, 34–6, 38, 47, 56

Cricklade and Latton Nursing Assoc., 51

Cricklade and Wootton Bassett Poor Law Union, 34–5, 135, 152, 167, 182, 205–6, 221, 247, 277–8, 289
-, workho., 247, 252, 277–8

Cricklade and Wootton Bassett Rural District Council, 5, 38–9, 78, 84, 115, 118, 152, 167, 174, 182, 193, 205, 213, 221, 252, 277, 289

Cricklade and Wootton Bassett Rural Sanitary District, 34, 48, 152, 167, 277

Cricklade, hundred of, 5–6, 151
-, courts, 33, 40, 97, 135, 151, 166
-, lord of, 6, 32–3

Cricklade Community Assoc., 55

Cricklade Historical Soc., 54–5

Cricklade Motor Co., 46

Cricklade United Charities, 49–52

Cricklade with Latton parish, 63, 152–3

Cripps, fam., 87

Crisp, John, rector of Lydiard Millicent, 208

Crocker, Major M. H., 230

Croft, Sir Jas, 80

Croker, Mrs, 230

Cromwell, Ric., Lord Protector, 40–1

Croome, Jas Fielder, 177

Crown, 289
-, as landowner, 248, 255, 259
-, as owner of Braydon forest, 272, 276, 286
-, Duchy of Lancaster, 259, 263, 186–7

Crowthorne and Minety, hundred of (Glos.), 5, 224

Croydon (Surrey), 209

Crudwell, 11, 138, 226–7

Cullerne:
-, Hen., 90
-, Jas, 90
-, Thos, 90

Cullimore, Moreton C., 50, 129, 218

Curtis:
-, Jas, 176
-, Thos, 177
-, fam., 176

Curzon, Rob., MP, 40

Cuss, Victor, 90

Cuthbert, Edw., vicar of Cricklade St Sampson, rector of Cricklade St Mary, 61

D.

dairy farming, 101–2, 105–7, 126, 149–50, 163, 200–1, 234, 267

Danby, earl of, see Danvers

Danish invasion, 5, 21

Danvers:
-, Sir Hen., earl of Danby, 80, 288
-, Sir John, 80, 89

Darell:
-, Edw., 88
-, Rob., 88

Dartford, priory of (Kent), 92

Dauntsey, Edm., 259

Davenport:
-, Geo., 94–5
-, J. M., 94–5

Davis:
-, John, 206
-, Ric. Hart, 146–7, 152
-, Revd Thos, 206

Dean:
-, Edith, 79
-, Margery, see Peverell
-, Oliver of, 79

Dean, forest of (Glos.), 157

Delmege, C. H., 55

Denewulf, bp of Winchester, 194

Dennis:
-, Anne, 87–8, 90
-, Hen. (fl. 1614), 87, 90
-, Hen. (fl. 1726), 87
-, Hen. (d. by 1753), 87
-, Mary, 87–8, 90
-, Ric. (fl. 1614), 87
-, Ric. (d. c. 1671), 87
-, Thos, 87, 90
-, fam., 90

Derby, see Henry, earl of Lancaster

Derry brook, 3, 14–15, 171, 224, 226, 283

Despenser:
-, Hugh (d. 1265), 80
-, Hugh (d. 1326), earl of Winchester, 80, 82, 213, 258, 261
-, fam., 213

Devon, earls of, see Reviers

Devon, see North Tawton

Dickinson, Mr and Mrs, 177

Diggs (Digges):
-, Edm., 42, 260
-, Eliz., see Cranfield
-, Giles, 260
-, John, 260
-, Ric., 260
-, Ric. s. of Wm, 260
-, Wm, 260
-, fam., 252

Diocesan Soc., see Gloucester, diocese of

Dodd, Mrs A. L. K., 147

Dodeswell, fam., 265

Dorchester, mqss of, see Pierrepoint

Dorset, see Cranborne; Long Burton; Shaftesbury; Wareham; Wimborne St Giles

Dover, Wm of, 22–3

Dowglass, A. P., archit., 117

Down Ampney (Glos.), 25, 41, 86, 120, 156–7, 160–1, 169, 174
-, church, 157
-, Down Ampney Ho., 157, 160, 163
-, school, 165

Drewes, Herman of, 146

Driver, W. B., 9

Duart, James, 286, 28

Duchyn rag see Braydon Forest

Dudley, John, duke of Northumberland, 65, 8

Duke of Beaufort's foxhounds, see hunting

Dunch:
-, Anne, 161
-, Bridget, 161
-, Edm. (d. 1678), Baron Burnell, 161
-, Edm. (d. 1719), MP, 41, 145, 161
-, Harriet, 161
-, Hungerford, MP, 49, 161, 181
-, Margt, 161
-, fam., 40, 83, 145, 161, 175

Duncombe, Sir Chas, 263

Dunn, Alb. Horatio, 290

Durham, Mr, 56

Dyer:
-, Frances, 122
-, G. E. M., 122
-, Brig. Gen. R. E. H., 122
-, Wm, MP, 40

Dyneley, Oliver, rector of Cricklade St Sampson, 59

E.

East India Company, 41

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, see Church Commissioners,

Ecgfrith, king of Mercia, 255

Eddolls, P. W., 93

Edes, John, 274

Edgar, king of England, 78

Edington, battle of, 21

Edmeads, John, rector of Cricklade St Mary, 62

Edmund, duke of York (d. 1402), 31, 80

Edric (fl. c. 1066), 78, 146

Edward the Confessor, king of England, 95, 160–1

Edward II, 59, 266

Edward III, 63, 80, 229, 23

Edward IV, 32

Edward VI, 80, 174, 278

Edward, duke of York (d. 1415), and his wid. Philippa, 31

Edward, prince of Wales (d. 1376), the Black Prince, 239

Edwards:
-, Art., 198
-, Revd John, vicar of Minety, 230
-, Wal. (d. 1893), 198
-, Wal. (d. 1924), 198
-, Wm, vicar of Latton, 169

Eisey, 1–2, 4–6, 8, 11, 56, 61, 141–54
-, adv., 152
-, agric., 8–9, 148–50
-, boundaries, 14, 141–2, 148
-, buildings (dom.), 144–5
-, canals, 7, 143
-, charities, 151
-, church, 5, 9, 12, 21, 142, 147, 151–4
-, commons, 142–3, 148–51
-, farms and farmsteads, 143–51
-,-, Adwicks, 144, 148–9
-,-, Eisey, 93, 143–4, 148–9, 163
-,-, Manor, Water Eaton, 90, 105, 144, 150
-,-, North, 150
-,-, Pannels (Seven Bridges), Water Eaton, 145, 150
-,-, Port, Water Eaton, 145, 150
-,-, Water Eaton (South), 144, 150
-, glebe, 148, 153
-, industry and trades, 11, 142
-, inns, 151
-, manors and estates,
-,-, Eisey, 5, 41, 83, 91, 145–6, 151–2, 160–1; courts, 151–2; lord, 6, 8; officers, 151–2
-,-, Water Eaton, 5, 8, 142, 146–8, 152
-, meadows, 142, 148–150, 152, 162–3
-, mills, 148
-, open fields, 142, 144, 148–9, 152
-, parish govt, 152
-, pop. 143
-, prehist. remains, 4, 143
-, rectory, 147, 152
-,-, estate, 147–8, 150, 153–4
-, roads and streets, 142–4, 157
-, Rom. Cathm, 154
-, settlement, 4–5, 7, 141, 143–5
-, Thames, river, q.v.
-, tithes, 142, 147, 153
-, vicarage, 147–8, 150, 152–3
-,-, ho., 144, 153
-, vicars, see Goldesbrough; Head; Jones; Lyne; Smith
-, Water Eaton, 1, 6, 8, 11, 41
-,-, chapel, 10, 142, 144, 147–8, 152–4
-,-, farms and farmsteads, 144–5, 150; see also Eisey, farms
-,-, manor, see Eisey, manors
-, woodland, 150–1
-, and see Castle Eaton; Latton with Eisey parish

Eliot:
-, Edw. (d. 1722), 161
-, Edw. Craggs, Baron Eliot, 83, 146, 161, 175
-, Edw. Granville, earl of St Germans, 56, 86–7, 90, 161
-, Eliz., 161
-, Granville, earl of St Germans, 167
-, Hen., earl of St Germans, 161, 165
-, John, 1st earl of St Germans, 83, 152, 161, 175–7
-, John, 6th earl of St Germans, 87, 90–1, 146, 161, 167
-, Montague, earl of St Germans, 167
-, Nic., earl of St Germans, 167
-, Peregrine, earl of St Germans, 167
-, Ric., 161
-, Wm, 2nd earl of St Germans, 83, 161
-, Wm, 4th earl of St Germans, 161
-, fam., 83, 91, 145, 152, 175

Elizabeth I, 213

Ellis:
-, Ant., 44
-, Wm, 44

Ellison:
-, Ernest, 176
-, J. S., 129
-, Jas, 234
-, Rob., 139
-, W. J., 129
-, fam., 129

Elsfield:
-, Gilb. (d. by 1276), 31
-, Gilb. (fl. 1318), 31
-, Gillian, w. of Gilb. (d. by 1276), m. 2 Ingram le Waleys, 3 John of St Helen, 31
-, John of, 31

Elyard, S. J., 270

Ermin Street, 4, 7, 9–11, 16–17, 21, 74–5, 103–5, 156–60, 163–5

Ernley (Ernle):
-, John, 263
-, Thos, 63

Essex:
-, Eliz., see Rogers
-, Thos, 260, 265
-, Wm, 260

Estridge:
-, Hen. Whately, 230

Eunulf, 194

Evans, Art., 270

Evelyn:
-, Eliz., 120
-, Geo., 120
-, Sir John, 120, 123, 136

Everdon, Ric., rector of St Sampson, 59

Evesham, Ric. of, rector of Lydiard Millicent, 206

Ewer, E. J., 96

extractive industries:
-, gravel, 3, 11, 109–11, 119, 124, 127, 129, 132, 134, 142, 163–4, 180, 182, 217–18, 226, 232
-, sand, 164

F.

Fairfax, Thos, Baron Fairfax, 257

Fairford (Glos.), 6, 64, 70, 92, 210–2, 220
-, RAF Fairford, see Royal Air Force

Faringdon (Berks.), 246, 285

Farmor, Eliz., 50

Ferrers, Edm., 258

Ferris (Ferys):
-, Ant., 117
-, Eliz., m. Thos Wilkins (d. by 1744), 127
-, John, MP, 40
-, Thos, 127
-, fam., 127

Fessey, B. A., vicar of Purton, 282

Fifield Bavant, 91

First World War, 236, 273

Fisher:
-, Alice, 90, 197
-, Ann, see Butt
-, Annie, 90, 197
-, J. E. O., 90, 197
-, Revd Jas, 90, 197–8

Fishlake, Jane, 175

Fitzgerald:
-, Col. Fras Wilson, 264
-, Wm Wilson (fl. 1931), 264
-, Lieut. Col. Wm Wilson (fl. 1976), 264
-, Mrs, 231

FitzGerold:
-, Hen., 31
-, Margery, m. 1 Baldwin de Revièrs (d. 1216), 2 Faulkes de Bréauté, 31
-, Warin (d. 1159), 31
-, Warin (d. bef. 1224), 31

FitzHerbert, Peter, 9

FitzOsbern, Wm, earl of Hereford, 194, 199, 206

FitzPeter, Herbert, 92

FitzWarin, Fulk, 92

Fletcher:
-, A.B., 124
-, Edm., 91
-, Edw., 146
-, Eliz., 146
-, Margt, 91

football, 54

Ford, John, 221

Forestry Commission, 287, 289

Forz, Isabel, ctss of Aumale, 62

Fountain, Wm, 84, 96

Fox (Foxe):
-, Chas, MP, 41
-, Christian, 146
-, Hugh, 176
-, John, 176
-, Osweld, w. of Thos, m. 2 Rob. Cresswell, 176
-, Roger, 176
-, Sir Steph., MP, 41, 60, 146, 148
-, Thos, 176

Fox-Strangways:
-, Hen., earl of Ilchester, 146
-, Steph., earl of Ilchester, 146

Foyle, Edw., 137

Frampton, Dr, 260

Francome:
-, John, 240, 260
-, Ric. (d. 1797), 260
-, Ric. s. of Ric., 260

Franklin, John, rector of Lydiard Millicent, vicar of Purton, 208

Freegard, S. E. L., 198

Freeman:
-, Frances, 81
-, Rowland, 81

Freeth:
-, A. J., 176, 178
-, C. J., 176
-, Fred., 90
-, G. W., 88
-, Hen., 177
-, Jos., 94, 124
-, R., 90
-, R. G., 124
-, Sarah, 124
-, fam., 176

Friends, Society of (Quakers), 12, 140, 184, 243, 284

Frome, Thos, vicar of Cricklade St Sampson, 61

Fry, Wm, 45

Fuller, W. F., 54, 86

Fulnetby:
-, Eliz., see Paynel
-, John of, 259
-, Sir Thos, 83, 259

G.

Gabell, Ric., vicar of Purton, 280

Galpin, John, 68

Gamble, Sir David, Bt, 94

Gantlett:
-, C. D., 146
-, D. J., 146
-, David, 147
-, E. R., 147
-, H. H., 146–7
-, Hen., vicar of Cricklade St Sampson, 61
-, R. J., 147

Garlick, Ric., 266

Garraway, Mr and Mrs, 258

Garsdon, 226, 241

Gascrick:
-, Edm., 259
-, Eliz., see Paynel
-, Ric. le, 83, 259
-, Wm, 259

Gay:
-, John, 91
-, Phil., 91

Geoffrey, s. of Pain, 92 his s. John, 92

George:
-, Chris., 66
-, Jas, 81
-, John (fl. 1389), 66
-, John (fl. 1652), 81
-, John (fl. 1677), 81
-, John (fl. 1726), 81
-, Rebecca, 81
-, Ric., 66, 81
-, Rob. (fl. 1613), 66, 81
-, Rob. (d. bef. 1722), 81
-, Rob. (fl. 1726), 81
-, Wm, 81
-, fam., 66, 233

Gibbs, Alex., 171

Giles, John, 88

Gingell:
-, Eliz., 90
-, John, 90
-, Mary, 90

Glass:
-, Ric., vicar of Purton (d. 1725), 281
-, Ric., vicar of Purton (d. 1748), 281
-, Revd Sam., 281
-, fam., 278

Glastonbury abbey (Som.), 32

Gleed:
-, Fras, 276
-, Hen., 272, 274, 277
-, John, 94
-, Thos (fl. 1656), 249
-, Thos (fl. 1888), 94, 131
-, fam., 94, 249, 252, 271, 274

Glenn, Thos, 256

Gloucester, 4, 11, 61, 165, 169, 208, 246
-, bell-foundry, 183
-, roads, 17, 34, 90, 111, 129, 156, 159, 167
-, St Bartholomew's hosp., 231
-, and see Llanthony Secunda Priory

Gloucester, diocese of, 1, 210
-, cathedral, 241
-, Diocesan Soc., trustees of, 222

Gloucester and Bristol, diocese of, 240

Gloucestershire, see Baunton; Bourtonon-the-Hill; Bristol; Cheltenham; Cirencester; Crowthorne; Dean; Down Ampney; Fairford; Gloucester; Kemble; Kempsford; Lechlade; Llanthony; Meysey Hampton; Newent; Poole Keynes; Poulton; Shipton Moyne; Shorncote; Siddington; Somerford Keynes; South Cerney; Stroud; Sudeley Castle; Tewkesbury

Gloucestershire Banking Co., 4

Gobey, Giles, 122

Goddard (Godard):
-, A. L., MP, 42
-, Ambrose, MP, 42
-, Ant., 264
-, Edw., 83, 264
-, Fras, 264, 270, 281
-, Horatio Nelson, 264
-, John, 83, 89
-, Margt, m. Capt. Rob. Wilsonn, 264, 270
-, Ric. (d. c. 1619), 87
-, Dr Ric. (d. 1776), 264
-, Thos, 92
-, Vincent, and his w. Eliz., 260

Godfrey-Jull, Chas Ernest, 57, 94, 289

Godric (fl. 1066), 194

Godstow (Oxon.), abbey of, 6, 8, 32, 83

Goldesbrough, Ric., vicar of Eisey, 153

Goldney:
-, F. H., 197
-, Gabriel, MP, 197

golf, 55

Gooch, Sir Dan., Bt, MP, 42

Gore:
-, Chas, MP, 32, 41
-, Thos, MP, 41
-, Wm, MP, 32, 41

Gouldsmith, Cecil C., 238, 243

Gradidge, Roderick, archit., 117

Great Chalfield, 85

Great Western Railway, see railways

Green:
-, John, 164
-, Thos, 147

Greenaway:
-, John, 274
-, Wm, 284
-, Mr, 272

Greenslade, Mary Ann, 234

Grice, Wm, 37

Grimstead, John of, 195

Grittenham, 241

Groundwell:
-, Jas of, 91
-, John of, 91

Guise, Sir Wm, Bt, 86

Gwinnett:
-, Isaac, 139
-, John, 139

Gynner, see Jenner

Gytha (fl. 1066), 32

H.

Habgood:
-, Edw., 164
-, M. J., 123
-, Rob., 165–6
-, Wm, 127

Haghman:
-, Geof., rector of Cricklade St Sampson, 59
-, Nic., rector of Cricklade St Sampson, 59
-, Ric., rector of Cricklade St Sampson, 59

Haines:
-, John, 198
-, Mary (d. 1918), 198
-, Mary (d. 1936), 198

Hall:
-, Edith, 88
-, Jos., 88
-, Wm, 88

Halliday, fam., 251

Hamilton-Stubber:
-, Lady Mabel, 214
-, Major Rob., 214, 217

Hammond, L. O., 38, 4

Hampshire, see Penton Mewsey; Silchester; Southampton; Stratfield Saye

Hampton:
-, Alice, 92
-, Rob., 92

Hankerton, 225–6

Hannington, 5

Harburt, Joyce, 274

Hardyman, Thos, 269

Harold II, king of England, 145, 160

Harris, Chas, 90

Harrison, R. B., vicar of Purton, 282

Haselbury Plucknett (Som.), 169

Haskins, W. H., 94

Haslam, Jane, vicar of Purton, 282

Hastings, Laur. de, earl of Pembroke, 206

Hawkins:
-, Alice, m. Toby Chapman, 134, 136
-, Eliz., m. — Cox, 121
-, Hen., 120–1
-, Joanna, m. Jasper Chapman, 121
-, John, MP, 41, 121, 123, 136
-, Leo., 236
-, Mary, m. Thos Warner, 123
-, Wm, 236

Hay (later Hay-Drummond), Art. Wm Hen., 122, 175

Haydon Wick, 244

Haynes, Wm, 122

Haywards alias Robert, Wm, 169

Haywood, Wm, 281

Head, Edw., vicar of Eisey, vicar of Latton, 153

Headington, Clement, perpetual curate of Marston Meysey, 223

Heaven:
-, John, 128
-, Sarah, 91
-, fam., 87

Heberden:
-, Revd E. B., 82, 84, 89
-, H. W., 82, 84, 89
-, Revd Thos (d. 1843), 89
-, Thomas (d. 1877), 89
-, W. B., 82, 84, 88–9
-, Wm (d. 1801), 89
-, Revd Wm (d. 1890), 88–9
-, fam., 88–9

Henry, earl of Lancaster and Derby, 259, 286

Henry I, 96, 147, 161

Henry II, 79, 199

Henry III, 31

Henry IV, 286

Henry VIII, 32, 229

Herbert:
-, Hen., Baron Portchester, 1st earl of Carnarvon, 32, 41
-, Hen., 2nd earl of Carnarvon, 32, 41
-, Phil., earl of Montgomery, 120
-, Wm, MP, 41

Hereford, earl of, see Breteuil; FitzOsbern

Hereford, 17, 156

Herefordshire, see Buttas

Hertfordshire, see Tring

Heycock:
-, Caroline, see Sadler
-, Col. Thos, 266

Hibberd, Hen., 231, 235

Hicks:
-, J. C., 85
-, fam., 85

Hicks Beach, W. F., 147

Hiett:
-, E. J., 176
-, Kate, 147
-, S. S., 147
-, Wm, 95
-, fam., 95

Highways Agency, 93

Highworth:
-, Alice of, 92
-, John, 92
-, Wm of, 92

Highworth, 2, 5, 11, 25, 90, 133, 142, 245

Highworth, hundred of, 1, 5–6, 40, 96, 204, 210

Highworth, Cricklade and Staple, hundred of, 205, 247

Hill:
-, John, 136
-, Jonas, vicar of Ashton Keynes, 136
-, fam., 272

Hills Waste Solutions Ltd, 272

Hinder, Wm, and his wid., 274

Hinton:
-, Mary, 86
-, Somerset, 184
-, Thos, 86

Hinton Waldrist (Berks., later Oxon.), 136

Hippisley, fam., 87

Hiscock, Hen., 233

Hoare:
-, C. A., 54
-, C. A. R., 54

Hobbs, Thos, 128

Hodges:
-, Eliz., 50
-, Thos, MP, 25, 40–1
-, fam., 40

Hodgson, Ric., 177

Hoghton, Geo., MP, 40

Holcroft:
-, Thos, 270
-, Wm (d. 1632), 260, 265, 270
-, Wm (d. by 1675), and his wid. Sarah, 270

Holme, Meyrick, perpetual curate of Marston Meysey, 223–4

Hompesch, Baroness Isabella, m. Geo. St John, Vct Bolingbroke, 197

Hopkins:
-, John (fl. 1790), 45
-, John (fl. 1870), 45
-, Steph., 45

Horder, I. K., 93

Horn:
-, Joan, 81
-, Ric., 81

Horton:
-, Chas, 146
-, Edw., 85
-, Hen., 146, 149
-, Margery, wid. of Thos, 85, 96
-, Thos, 85
-, Wm, 85–6, 100

Hovington Raimes, Capt. G., 229

Howard:
-, Chas John, earl of Suffolk, 269
-, Mary, m. Hen. St John, 5th Vct Bolingbroke, 197–8
-, fam., 40

Howse (Howes):
-, Horace, 175
-, Reuben, 176
-, Ric., 90
-, Wm, 180

Hugh, s. of Richard, 194

Hughes:
-, Jas, 198
-, Rob., 197

Hulbert:
-, Hen., 177
-, Jos., 177
-, fam., 178

Hullavington, 196

Humphrey the cook (fl. 1086), 92

Humphries, Mary, 90

Hungerford:
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1558), 8, 82–3, 87, 120, 136, 161, 175, 259, 263
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1589), 120, 161
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1627), 147–8, 161, 261
-, Sir Ant. (d. c. 1645), 49
-, Ant. (d. 1657), 148
-, Bridget, 161
-, Edw. (fl. 1467–8), MP, 40, 83
-, Sir Edw. (fl. 1492), MP, 40
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1711), 148
-, Sir Geo., 83
-, Jane, 50
-, John (fl. early 16th century), of Purton, 270
-, Sir John (d. 1582), 120, 136, 161, 263
-, Sir John (d. 1635), 83, 120, 136, 161, 174–5, 178
-, Sir John (d. 1665), 270
-, Mary (d. 1533), Baroness Botreaux, Hungerford and Moleyns, 83, 259, 263
-, Sir Thos (fl. 1492), MP, 40, 242
-, Wal., Baron Hungerford, 59, 63
-, Mr, 263
-, fam., 8, 25, 40, 83, 135, 145, 161, 175, 236, 244, 259

Hungerford (Berks.), 156

Hunt, John, 284

hunting, 26, 29, 53–4, 231, 270
-, Duke of Beaufort's foxhounds, 237
-, Vale of White Horse hunt, 28, 53–4, 108

Hutter, Jacob, 132

Hyde:
-, Amy, see Sibell
-, Anne, m. James, duke of York (later James II), 263
-, Edw., earl of Clarendon, 263
-, Hen., 263–4
-, Nic., 263
-, Susan, 281
-, fam., 263–4, 281

I.

Ilchester, earls of, see Fox-Strangways

Iles, Chas John, 263–4

inclosure, 10, 17, 63, 72, 81, 88, 100–1, 104, 109, 119, 125–6, 134, 148–9, 158, 161–3, 192, 200, 232–3, 248, 268–70, 276, 279; and see Braydon forest, inclosure

Independents, see Congregationalists

industries, see bell-foundries; extractive; manufactures; quarrying; retail trades and services

Inglesham, 5

Ingram, H. R., 147

intercommoning, 9, 109, 125–6, 178–9

Isabel, queen of Edward II, 31, 80, 96

J.

Jacob, Thos, 276

Jacobs, Mr, 91

Jacobson:
-, Frances, 286
-, Phil., 286–7, 289

James:
-, Hen., 270
-, Wm, 44

James I, 286

Jane, John, rector of Cricklade St Mary, vicar of Cricklade St Sampson, 59

Jay (Joy):
-, Benet, 255, 280
-, Harvey, 94
-, Isabel, see Pulley
-, Kate, 94
-, Rob., 175

Jehovah's Witnesses, 209

Jefferies:
-, Revd John (d. 1840), 88
-, John (d. 1891), 130, 139
-, John, and sons, archit., 218

Jenkinson:
-, Sir Ant. Banks, Bt, 85, 175
-, Sir Chas Cecil Cope (d. 1851), earl of Liverpool, 85, 175, 178
-, Sir Chas (d. 1855), Bt, 85, 175
-, Sir Geo. Sam. (d. 1892), Bt, 85, 175
-, Sir Geo. Banks, (d. 1915), Bt, 85, 175
-, Madeline, see Sumner
-, Sir Rob., earl of Liverpool, 85, 175

Jenner (Gynner):
-, Eleanor, 219
-, Eliz., 220
-, John (d. 1706), 56, 61, 75, 92
-, John (d. 1756), 220
-, John (d. 1788), 217
-, Mary, 219
-, Nat. (d. 1732), 56, 61, 92
-, Nat. (d. 1764), 92
-, Rob. (d. 1651), MP, 25, 40–1, 56, 63, 92, 214, 221–3
-, Rob. (fl. 1651), 214
-, Rob., rector of Lydiard Millicent, 208
-, Thos, 87
-, Wm (fl. 1714), 221
-, Wm (d. 1776), 220
-, Wm (d. 1826), 216, 220
-, fam., 214, 216, 219

Jews, 23

John (fl. 1222–46), abt of Malmesbury, 258

Jones:
-, H. C., 93
-, Thos, 146
-, Tudor, 243
-, Wal., vicar of Eisey, 153
-, Wm, 96
-, Col. and Mrs, 243

Jordan the miller, and his s. Adam, 271

Jordan:
-, Jas Byrt, 86
-, John, 165–6
-, Mary, see Byrt
-, Rob., 86

Jose, Thos Peter, 176, 178

Joy, see Jay

Joyce, C. A., 133

K.

Keene:
-, Jos. (d. c. 1799), 231
-, Jos. (d. 1827), 231, 233
-, Mary Pacey, 231
-, Sarah, 231
-, Thos, 231, 240
-, Wm (fl. 1813), 233, 240
-, (Perry-) Col. Wm (d. c. 1885), 229–30, 235, 240
-, (Perry-) fam., 244

Kelsey, Thos, 63

Kemble:
-, Geo., 92
-, Hen., 90
-, Ric., 92
-, Rob., 92
-, Thos, 82, 92
-, Wal., 92
-, Wm, 92
-, fam., 92

Kemble (Glos. formerly Wilts.), 1, 226

Kemp (Kempe):
-, C. E., 65
-, Doreen, 176
-, Eleanor, wid. of Sir Wm, 80
-, Sir Thos, 80
-, Sir Wm, 80
-, fam., 80

Kempsford (Glos. formerly Wilts.), 64, 210–12, 215–16

Kennet alias Saunders, Chris., 86

Kent, see Dartford; Maidstone

Kenworthy, C. O., 95

Key, river, 3, 7, 14–16, 19, 99, 70, 187, 245–6, 268, 285

Keynes:
-, Eleanor de, w. of Rob. (d. by 1327), 83, 258
-, Eliz. de, 258
-, Gwenllian, 258–9
-, John de (d. 1366), 258
-, John de (d. 1375), 258
-, Margery, see Purton
-, Rob. de (fl. 1228–43), 80
-, Rob. de (d. by 1281), 13, 80, 82, 123, 234–5, 255, 258–9, 277
-, Rob. de (d. 1305), 80, 123, 232, 258–9
-, Rob. de (d. by 1327), 235, 258
-, fam., 109, 261, 280

Keynes rag, see Braydon forest

Kibblewhite:
-, Ant., 196
-, Jas, 196, 273
-, John, 196
-, fam., 196

Kilkenny:
-, Ric. of, 206
-, Wm of, 206

Kinch, fam., 90

Kinchin, W. J. P., 198

King:
-, Mary, 220
-, Ric., 217
-, Wm, 50
-, fam., 95, 217

Kingsbridge, hundred of, 5

Kingston-upon-Hull, duke of, see Pierrepoint

Kinneir:
-, Ric. (d. 1812), 86, 176
-, Ric. (d. c. 1863), 86, 176
-, Ric. (d. 1874), 86, 88, 176
-, Dr Wm, 47
-, fam., 47, 176

Kinnet:
-, Agnes, 87
-, Chas, 87, 89

Kirby, Mrs, 230

Kircheval, Revd John, rector of Meysey Hampton (Glos.), 219–20

Knight, John, 161

Knowles:
-, Chas, 94
-, Marianne (d. 1891), see Poole
-, Marianne (d. 1923), 94

L.

Lacy:
-, Emily, see Ridelisford
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, 286

Laing, N. A. G., 14

Lamb:
-, Mic., 271
-, Sandra, 271

Lancaster, see Henry, earl of Lancaster and Derby; Thomas, earl of Lancaster

Lancaster, Duchy of, see Crown

Lane:
-, Hen., 220
-, Wm, 216–17
-, Wm Jenner, 217

Langley:
-, Adela, 90
-, N. B., 90

Lansdown, Thos Smith, archit., 266, 284

Large:
-, Chas, 176
-, Jos., 177
-, Leah, 176
-, R. J., 87
-, W. J., 88
-, fam., 261

Latton, 1, 3, 5–6, 8, 10–12, 38, 57–8, 62, 155–71
-, acreage, 155
-, adv., 153, 167
-, agric., 8, 158, 161–3
-, boundaries, 5, 14, 156, 162
-, buildings (dom.), 160
-, canals, 11, 23, 157, 164
-,-, Cricklade wharf, 11, 18, 157, 164
-,-, Latton wharf, 157, 164
-, charities, 165–6, 168
-, church, 9, 12, 24, 62, 157–8, 160, 162–3, 167–9, 171
-,-, crosses, 158, 160
-, commons, 162–3
-, The Croft, 159
-, farms and farmsteads, 158–9, 160, 162–3
-,-, Church, 158, 160, 162–3
-,-, Court, 158, 160, 163
-,-, Cowleaze, 159, 162–3
-,-, Elm, 159–60
-,-, Latton, 158, 160, 162–3
-,-, Manor (Latton Field), 159–60, 163, 165
-,-, Street, 158–60
-,-, Weavers, 158
-,-, Westfield, 157, 159–60, 162–3
-, fields, 8, 158–9, 162–3
-, geology, 156
-, glebe, 168
-, Hatchetts, 38–9
-, industry and trades, 10–11, 160, 163, 164–5
-, inns, 165
-, library, 165
-, The Limes, 159
-, Littlecourt, 158, 160, 162
-, manors and estates, 6, 8, 83, 91, 145, 151, 160, 161–2, 175
-, manorial courts, 162, 166–7
-,-, officers, 162, 166
-, meadows, 161–3
-, mill, 9, 159, 164
-, open fields, 8, 158–9, 162–3
-, parish govt, 167
-,-, officers, 167, 169
-, poor relief, 167
-, pop., 157
-, prehist. remains, 4–5, 143, 157–8
-, rectory, 9, 12
-,-, estate, 161, 168
-, roads and streets, 4, 11, 111, 156–9
-,-, Croft La., 158, 160
-,-, Gosditch, 158–60, 162, 165
-,-, Upcott, 158–60
-, school, 151, 165
-, settlement, 7, 11, 155, 157–60
-, Thames, river, q.v.
-, tithes, 161, 168
-, water and sewerage, 38, 165
-, vicarage, 161, 167–9
-,-, ho., 157–9, 168
-, vicars, see Beadon; Edwards; Head; Lyne
-, village hall, 165
-, Weavers Bridge, 17, 156–8
-, woodland, 158, 163
-, and see Cotswold Water Park

Latton with Eisey parish, 152, 154
-, vicar, see Anderson

Lawrence:
-, Anne, 146
-, Edw. Massey, 146
-, Eleanor, see Welles
-, John, 82, 86
-, Littleton, 86, 88, 146
-, Mary, see Welles
-, Rob., 86
-, Sir Thos, 82
-, Thos, 82, 86, 88
-, Wm, 86
-, fam., 82

Leach, T., rector of Minety, 242

Lechlade (Glos.), 18

Lee:
-, Anne, 80
-, Chas, 195
-, Wm, 195

Legg:
-, Adeline, 270–1
-, Art., 270–1

Leigh, 1, 5, 7–8, 25, 39, 48, 56, 78, 99, 119, 123–4, 126, 171–85, 225, 240
-, acreage, 171
-, agric, 7, 9, 25, 109, 178–9
-, allotments, 181
-, boundaries, 14, 109, 171
-, caravan park, 174
-, charities, 95
-, church, 10, 12, 25, 27–8, 109, 136, 138, 174, 181–5
-,-, churchyard, 185
-, commons, 125, 178–9, 182
-, Cove Ho. (Ashton Keynes) estate, 176–7
-, detached land in Ashton Keynes, 109, 171
-, farms and farmsteads, 109, 171, 174–9
-,-, Archers, 174–5, 179
-,-, Bridge, 127
-,-, Brook, 174–5, 179
-,-, Brookside, 174
-,-, Butts Lake, 174, 176
-,-, Cove House, 26, 174
-,-, Cross Lanes, 172, 174, 176
-,-, Glebe, 174, 178–9
-,-, Home, 174, 177
-,-, Knapp farm, 174–6, 179
-,-, Leigh farm, 174, 178–9
-,-, Leigh Hall, 174, 176
-,-, Manor, 174–6, 179
-,-, Peacey or Grove, 174, 177–9
-,-, Stocks, 174, 176–7, 179
-,-, Upper Waterhay (Church), 174, 177, 179
-,-, Waterhay (Pound Ho.), 174–5, 179
-, fields, 9, 178–9
-, industry and trades, 179–80, 182
-, inns, 180
-, Leigh Hall, 176
-, manor and estates, 8, 83, 119, 172, 174–6, 178
-,-, lord, 8
-, manor courts, 135
-, meadows, 179
-, mills, 179
-, nonconf. (protestant), 180, 184–5
-, perpetual curate, 136
-, poor relief, 181–2
-, Pound Ho., see Waterhay farm
-, prehist. remains, 4, 173–4
-, pub. svces, 180, 182
-, roads and streets, 172
-,-, Ashton Rd, 174
-,-, Forest La., 172, 174
-,-, Malmesbury Rd, 179, 185
-,-, The Row, 177
-,-, Swan La., 172, 174, 177, 185
-, school, 133, 174, 180–1, 184
-, settlement, 4, 7, 172, 174
-, sewerage, 38, 180
-, stocks, 182
-, Thames, river, q.v.
-, tithes, 136
-, Waterhay, 174, 180
-, woodland, 127, 178–9

Leigh, Thos, 136

Lenn, And., vicar of Cricklade St Sampson, rector of Cricklade St Mary, 60

Lenne:
-, Frances, m. Rendle Sherman, 287
-, Zenobia, 287

Levinge:
-, Beatrice, 93
-, Emily, wid. of Sir Wm, 93
-, Thos, 93
-, Sir Wm, Bt, 93

Lewis:
-, D. C., 90–1, 147
-, Eliz., 220
-, M. C., 85, 90–1, 147
-, Job, 284

Lieberman, Mr, 123

Lincoln, earl of, see Lacy

Linguire, Hugh of, 230

Lisle, Humph, de, 32

Little:
-, Geo., 94
-, John, 236
-, Jos., 195
-, M. J., 45

Liverpool, earls of, see Jenkinson

livestock farming, 9–10, 33, 42, 49, 63, 101–2, 125–6, 137, 148–50, 178–80, 232, 267, 277

Llanthony Secunda priory (Glos.), 228, 230, 239

Lloyds TSB, 47

London, 10, 18, 23, 165, 188, 208, 246, 267
-, roads, 17, 34, 90, 111, 129, 156, 159, 167, 210

London Police Court Mission, see Rainer Foundation

Long Burton (Dorset), 26

Long Parliament, 25

Longespée:
-, Emily, see Ridelisford
-, Steph., 60
-, Wm, earl of Salisbury, 286

Longley:
-, Hen., 198
-, fam., 198

Loteshull:
-, John, 92
-, Sir Rob., 92

Lovel:
-, Joan, see Ros
-, John, 1st Baron Lovel, 91
-, John, 3rd Baron Lovel, 91
-, John, 4th Baron Lovel, 91
-, John, 5th Baron Lovel, 91
-, Sir John (fl. 1382), 84

Lowther:
-, Jas, 196
-, Joan, w. of Jas, see Collingbourne
-, Joan (fl. 1545), 205

Ludlow-Hewitt, Revd T. A., 243

Ludwell, John, MP, 40

Lydiard, Thos, 177

Lydiard Millicent, 1–2, 5–8, 10–11, 186–209, 245
-, acreage, 186
-, adv., 206
-, agric, 9–10, 178–80, 192, 199–201
-, allotments, 203
-, buildings (dom.), 12, 189–94, 197–8
-, charities, 204
-, church, 9, 29, 188, 190, 206–9
-, commons, 199–200, 206
-, Coral Rag, 187, 199–200, 202
-, Echo Lodge, 193
-, farms and farmsteads, 189–92, 195–8, 200–1
-,-, Brook, 192, 196–7, 200–1
-,-, Church, 189, 195–7, 200–1
-,-, Godwin's, 192, 195–6, 200
-,-, Home, 192, 198, 201
-,-, Kingshill, 192
-,-, Koffs (Greenhill), 192, 197, 201–2
-,-, Manor, 195–6, 200
-,-, Parkside, 192, 197–8, 200–2
-,-, Plain, 192, 201
-,-, Roughmoor, 192, 195–6, 198, 200
-,-, Sparcells, 197–8, 200–1, 261
-,-, West Hill, 192
-, fields, 9, 187, 192, 199–200
-, fire, 205
-, friendly soc., 203
-, geology, 187
-, Greatfield, 10, 186–7, 189, 193, 202
-, Green Hill, 10, 186–7, 189, 193, 202, 209
-, Hillmead est., 192
-, Holborn, 186, 193
-, industry and trade, 2, 4, 11, 202
-, inns, 189, 203
-, isolation hosp., 193
-, Lydiard Green, 10, 186–7, 189, 193, 202, 209
-, Lydiard Ho., 193, 264
-, Lydiard Plain, 3–4, 187
-, manors and estates, 5, 91, 194–8, 204, 208
-,-, Chadderton's, later Shaftesbury, 261
-,-, manor, 188–9, 195, 204, 208; lord, 8
-, manor courts, 204–5, 239
-, Manor Ho., 196
-, meadows, 187, 199
-, mill, 9, 202
-, Nine Elms, 186–9, 193, 207, 209
-, nonconf. (protestant), 209
-, parish govt, 205
-, playing fields, 203
-, poor relief, 205
-, pop., 188
-, prehist. remains, 4
-, Priory cottage, 189–90
-, railways, 188
-, reading room, 203
-,-, rectors, see Burrell; Butler; Cleobury; Crisp; Evesham; Franklin; Jenner; Malton; Warneford; Warner; Whitfield
-, rectory, 9–10, 12, 206
-,-, estate, 199, 207
-,-, ho., 30, 189–90, 200, 207
-, Rivermead est., 192
-, roads and streets, 187–9
-,-, The Butts or Butts La., 190, 204
-,-, The Grove, 192
-,-, Old Shaw La., 191, 193
-,-, The Paddock, 190
-,-, Park La., 190
-,-, Purton La., 188
-,-, Stone La., 190, 193–4, 199
-,-, The Street, 189–90, 202–3
-,-, Wood La., 188, 192–4, 198, 201–2
-, school, 190, 192, 203–4
-, Selbrook Ho., 193
-, settlement, 7, 10, 12, 186, 188–94; below Shaw
-, sewerage, 187
-, Shaw, 3–4, 6, 186–9, 199–200, 202, 205
-,-, church, 206, 209
-,-, farms and farmsteads, Lower Shaw, 191, 196, 198, 200–1; Shaw, 191, 197–8, 201; Upper Shaw, 192, 198–200, 204
-,-, schools, 192
-,-, settlement, 7, 12, 191–2
-,-, transfer to Swindon, 12, 191
-, sport, 203
-, vestry, 205
-, Washpool, 186, 189, 193
-, woodland, 199, 201–2
-, workmen's club, 203

Lydiard Tregoze, 4–5, 91, 192, 197, 200, 202, 204, 206, 263
-, Bassett Down, 262, 265

Lyne:
-, John, vicar of Eisey, vicar of Latton, 153, 169
-, Mary, 87

Lynn (Norf.), 279

M.

Macdonald, Wm, vicar of Cricklade St Sampson, 61

MacGeough-Bond:
-, (-Shelton), Ralph, 146
-, Wal., 146

Mackenzie, Kenneth B., archit., 218

MacKnight, Revd W. H. E., 203–4, 208–9

MacPherson, Jas, 41

Madocks, Joanna, 86

Maidstone (Kent), 197

Maisey, Chris., 46

Mallett:
-, Revd H. F., 197
-, J. L., 197

Malmesbury, 1, 22, 25, 29, 54, 244, 278
-, roads, 11, 17, 73–4, 103, 108, 171–2, 226, 246, 285

Malmesbury abbey, 5, 8–10, 32, 227, 229, 265, 272, 278–9
-, abts, 240, 255, 257; and see Aldhelm; Camme; Colerne; John
-, chamberlain, 249, 264
-, estates, 247–8, 252, 254–5, 257, 261, 270, 272, 286

Malmesbury, hundred of, 5

Malreward (Malford):
-, John, 260
-, Rob. (fl. 1242), 260
-, Rob. (fl. 1332), 260
-, Thos, 260
-, fam., 252, 260

Malton:
-, Rob., rector of Lydiard Millicent, 206
-, Thos, rector of Lydiard Millicent, 208

Manners:
-, E. J., 177
-, L. J., 233

Mansell, John, 227

Mantell, E. W., archit., 275

manufactures:
-, agricultural engineering, 129
-, bacon factory and slaughterhos, 46, 179–80
-, braziers, 45
-, brewing, 33, 45–6
-, bricks, 2, 4, 11, 102, 114, 118, 129, 202, 272
-, cabinet making, 45
-, cement and concrete, 129
-, cider mills, 130
-, cloth-making, 9, 44, 127
-, collar making, 45
-, coopers, 45
-, dairy products and egg packing, 10, 165, 267, 271
-, dental factory, 271
-, distilling, 11, 235
-, dying, 44
-, fellmongering, 28, 45
-, felt, 44
-, fulling, 44
-, gloves, 9, 11, 28, 44–5
-, gunsmiths, 45
-, iron founding, 28, 45
-, jam, 271
-, lace-making, 271
-, malting, 46, 53, 129, 271
-, medicinal herbs, 287
-, pottery, 2, 4, 8–9, 11, 118, 129, 227, 232, 235, 247
-, printing, 237
-, saddle making, 45
-, shoe making, 9, 45, 271
-, soap boiling, 271
-, tailoring, 271
-, tanning, 28, 44–5, 117, 128
-, tiles, 4
-, tinsmiths, 45
-, watches, 45–46
-, weavers, 44
-, whitesmiths, 45
-, wigs, 46
-, wool, 23

Margaret (d. 1318), queen of Edward I, 31, 59

market gardening, 201

Marlborough, Alf. of, 32

Marlborough, 17, 187–8, 192, 200, 202

Marr Taverns, 274

Marsh, Ric., 117

Marston, John, 92

Marston Meysey, 1, 3, 5–6, 8, 11, 12, 210–24
-, adv., 222
-, agric., 8–9, 215–18, 221
-, Bleeke Ho., see vicarage, ho.
-, boundaries, 142, 210
-, buildings (dom.), 12, 212–13, 218–19
-, canal, 211–12
-, caravan park, 213
-, charities, 220
-, church, 10, 12, 31, 33, 212, 215, 221–4
-,-, bldgs, 222–4
-,-, churchyard, 222, 224
-, commons, 210, 215–16
-, curacy (perpetual), 222–3; and see Coxwell; Headington; Holme
-, farms and farmsteads, 212, 214–19
-,-, Blackburr, 213, 217
-,-, Bleeke's, 222
-,-, Broadmore Hill, 213–14, 216–17
-,-, Cox's, 216–18
-,-, Grange, 32, 212–15, 217–18, 223–4
-,-, Kencot Hill, 213
-,-, Manor, 212, 214–17, 219, 223
-,-, Marsh Hill, 213, 216–17
-,-, Marston Hill, 213–14, 217
-,-, Roundhouse, 213, 217
-,-, Woldstone, 212, 217
-, fields, 9, 210, 215
-, glebe, 222
-, industry, 11, 217–18
-, inns, 212–13, 219–20
-, manors and estates, Marston Meysey, 8, 213–14
-, manor courts, 6, 220–1
-, Marsh hill, 210, 216
-, Marston (formerly Broadmore) hill, 210, 212–13
-, Marston Hill Ho., 12, 213–15, 220
-, meadows, 9, 210, 216
-, nonconf. (protestant), 223
-, parish govt, 221
-,-, officers, 220–1, 223
-, poor relief, 221
-, pop., 212
-, prehist. remains, 4–5, 210, 212
-, roads and streets, 210–12
-, school, 212, 214, 219–20
-, settlement, 5, 7, 212–13, 217, 219
-, Shire brook, 210
-, Thames, river, q.v.
-, vicarage, 222–3
-,-, ho. (later Bleeke Ho.), 213, 222–3
-, woodland, 212, 216

Maskelyne:
-, Edm. (d. 1630), 32, 79, 83, 265, 271, 281
-, Edm., bro. of Nevil (d. 1774), 265
-, Edm. (d. 1775), 265
-, Geo. (d. 1582), 265, 281
-, Hen. (d. 1640), 264, 270
-, Hen. (d. 1667), 264, 270
-, Hen. (fl. 1770), 230
-, Jane, w. of Geo., 281
-, Jos., 230
-, Margt, m. Rob. Clive, Baron Clive of Plassey, 265
-, Margt, m. Ant. Story, 265
-, Maur., 233
-, Nevil (d. 1679), MP, 32, 41, 79, 83, 265, 276
-, Nevil (d. 1711), 32, 265
-, Nevil (d. 1774), 32, 265, 269
-, Revd Dr Nevil (d. 1811), Astronomer Royal, 262, 265, 273, 275
-, Ric., 175
-, Rob. (fl. 1551–76), 264–5
-, Rob. (d. 1793), 233
-, Rob. (d. c. 1827), 85
-, Wm (d. 1649), 264, 270
-, Wm (d. 1772), 262, 265
-, Wm (fl. 1786–1811), 233
-, Wm (d. 1809), 85, 175,
-, Wm (d. 1840), 87
-, Revd Wm (fl. 1840–64), 87
-, fam., 83, 175, 230, 255, 264, 281
-, and see Story-Maskelyne

Master:
-, Joanna, see Chapman
-, Thos (d. 1770), 121
-, Thos (fl. 1787), 121

Matilda (Maud), empress, 22–3

Matthews, Mary, m. John Paul Paul, 198

Mauduit:
-, Gunfrid of, 91
-, Thos, 91
-, Wm, 91

Maundrell:
-, S. L., 84
-, W. H., 214

May, Mr, 94–5

Mayne, Ric., 84, 96

McKaye, John, rector of Cricklade St Mary, 62

Mears, Thos, 169

Melton, John of, 259

Mercia, kingdom of, 5, 21

Merett, Brig. T. K., 176

Merton (Surrey), 81
-, priory, 8, 81, 97

Messenger:
-, John, 278
-, Thos (fl. 1572), 85
-, Thos (d. 1938), 88
-, Wm, 85

Methodists:
-, Primitive, 12, 56, 62, 68–9, 140, 180, 184–5, 209, 243, 284–5, 290
-, Wesleyan, 57, 68–9, 140, 284–5

Meysey (Meysi):
-, John of (fl. 1259), 213
-, Sir John of (d. bef. 1302), 213
-, John of (fl. 1302–30), 213, 221–2
-, Rob. of, 213
-, Rog. of, 213
-, fam., 210, 213, 219

Meysey Hampton (Glos.), 1, 10, 210, 219, 224
-, church, 213, 221–2
-, glebe in Marston Meysey, 222
-, rector, 220; and see Beale; Kircheval; Rankin; Samways

Middlesex, earl of, see Cranfield

Midland & South Western Junction Railway, see railways

Midland Bank, 47

Mildenhall, 284

Miles:
-, Havilah Wm, 238
-, Ric., 264–5
-, Sarah, see Wilsonn

Mill, Thos, 271

Millard, R. C., 89

Miller, T. B., 54

Milling:
-, John, 137
-, Revd M. T. J. (fl. 1884–98), vicar of Ashton Keynes, 181, 184
-, Revd Mat. J. T. (d. 1937), vicar of Ashton Keynes, 137, 139, 177

Minety, 1–2, 4–5, 7–11, 16–17, 77, 99, 111, 224–44
-, acreage, 225
-, adv., 240
-, agric., 9, 226, 232–4
-, allotments, 234, 239
-, Askew Bridge Ho., 227
-, boundaries, 14, 109, 225–6
-, Braydon Hall (formerly Braydon Ho.), 12, 226, 228, 230, 235, 238
-, bridges, 227
-, buildings (dom.), 227–8, 231, 244
-,-, Mansells, 34, 227
-, charities, 238
-, church, 5, 9, 36–7, 228–9, 236, 240–4
-,-, churchyard, 229, 232, 244
-, clubs and socs, 238
-, commons, 125, 225–7, 232–3, 283, 242
-, farms and farmsteads, 227–8, 233–4, 239
-,-, Distillery, 231, 235
-,-, Flisteridge, 232
-,-, Gibb's, 227
-,-, Kemble's, 225–6
-,-, Lower Moor, 227
-,-, Lyngrove, 227
-,-, Mill, 227
-,-, Minety, 226
-,-, Moor, 227
-,-, Osborne's, 227, 235
-,-, Shades, 225–6, 232
-,-, Stert, 233
-,-, Swillbrook, 233
-,-, Telling's, 228
-,-, Woodward's, 225, 227
-, fields, 232
-, industry and trades, 2, 4, 8–9, 11, 226–7, 232, 235, 237
-, inns, 35, 227, 236–7
-, library, 237–8
-, Lower Minety, 10, 224, 226–8
-, manors and estates, 5, 8, 226–31
-,-, lords, 8
-, manor courts, 239
-, meadows, 9, 231–2, 235
-, mill, 9, 235
-, Minety Ho. (later Minety Park), 228, 230, 233
-, nonconf. (protestant), 243–4
-, parish govt, 239–40
-, pound, 239
-, prehist. remains, 4–5, 227
-, pub. svces, 240
-, railways, 233, 236
-,-, sta., 10–11, 18, 226, 228, 238
-, recreation and leisure, 231, 234, 237–8
-, rectors, see Leach
-, rectory, 9, 240
-,-, ho. (later Hovington Ho.), 227, 229
-,-, estate, 227, 229, 241
-, retail trade, 237
-, roads and streets, 226
-,-, The Common, 226
-,-, Flisteridge Rd, 226
-,-, The Green, 224
-,-, London La., 22
-,-, Rigsby's La., 226
-,-, Silver St, 226, 228, 237
-,-, Station Rd, 226, 228
-,-, Wiltshire Row, 224, 226
-, schools, 238, 241–2
-, settlement, 7–8, 10–11, 224, 227–8, 236
-, Thames, river, q.v.
-, tithes, 241
-, Upper Minety, 4, 224, 226–8, 237
-, vicarage, 241–2
-,-, ho., 242
-, vicars, see Edwards; Wayte
-, village hall, 238
-, woodland, 225–6, 229, 234–5
-, workho., 239

Mitchell, Wal., vicar of Purton, 282

Moall, Uriah, 284

Montgomery, Roger of, earl of Shrewsbury, 213

Montgomery, earls of, see Herbert

More (Moore):
-, Joan, 96
-, John, 270
-, Rob., 81, 96
-, Mr, 229

Moredon, Sir Peter of, 270

Morice, Sir Wm, Bt, 80

Morris, Desmond, 273

Mortimore, Ric., 197

motorway, see roads

Mott:
-, John, 270
-, Revd W. K., 270
-, Wm, 270
-, Mr, 270

Moulder:
-, David, 90
-, Ric., 90

Mullings:
-, Art. Randolph, 230
-, J., 180
-, John, 230
-, Jos. (fl. 1845), 177
-, Jos. Randolph (fl. 1842), 230
-, Ric. (fl. 1859–67), 175, 230
-, Ric. (d. 1956), 230

N.

Nash, Phil., 270

National Childrens' Homes, 133

National Farmers' Union, 149

National Soc. and National schs, 56–7, 133, 181, 289

nature reserves, 12, 16, 43, 132, 187, 253, 289

NCounter, 285

Neeld:
-, Sir Algernon, Bt, 32, 94
-, Sir Audley, 32, 94–5
-, Sir John, Bt, 32, 42, 94
-, Jos., 32, 42, 95, 287

Nele or Neel, fam., 259n

Nelson, Herb. Horatio, Vct Trafalgar, 231

Nesbitt, Arnold, MP, 27, 32, 41, 84

Nevill:
-, Cath., 84
-, Cecily, dchss of York, 32
-, John, 84, 88
-, fam., 84

Neville, F. G., 272

New, Epaphroditus, 276

Newcommen, Chas, 37

Newent priory (Glos.), 9, 206–7

Newman, R. A., 94

Newmarch, Geo., 86

Newsham, John, 161

Newton:
-, Ernest, archit., 231
-, Prof Wm G., 231

Nicholas:
-, Edw. (d. by 1778), 122
-, Edw. Richmond (fl. 1867), 175
-, Jane, 122
-, Joanna, 122
-, John (fl. 1778–85), 122
-, John (fl. 1808), 175
-, John (fl. 1867), 175
-, Rob., 121–2, 175

Nokes, R. A. J., 93

nonconformity (protestant), see Baptists; Congregationalists; Friends; Jehovah's Witnesses; Methodists; Salvation Army

Norbury, Ric., 176

Norfolk, see Lynn

Normand, Rog., 66

Norris, Jos., 166

North Tawton (Devon), 88

North Wiltshire canal, 11, 18, 46, 49–50, 74, 102, 157, 164, 246
-, Moredon aqueduct, 246

North Wiltshire District, 34, 152, 167, 182, 315, 206, 221, 240
-, Council, 55, 167, 206, 277, 289

Northen, Major Tim, 217

Northumberland, duke of, see Dudley

Nott:
-, Edw., 286
-, Rog., 286
-, Sir Thos, 26
-, fam., 287

Nottingham:
-, Eliz., 85
-, Sir Wm, 85

Nugent, Rob. Craggs, Baron Nugent, 161

Nunn, E. W., 94

O.

Oaksey, 41, 59, 224–7, 232, 240–1
-, rector of, 59

Oaksey and Minety par., 240

Oatridge:
-, Dan., 198
-, Hen. (d. 1758), 198
-, Hen. (fl. 1862), 198
-, Mary, 198
-, Sarah, 198

Ockwell:
-, Abijah, 45
-, Chas, 45
-, Ric., 45

Odred (fl. 1154–89), 79

Offa, king of Mercia, 253

Oliver, Wm, 227

Ordlaf (fl. c. 900), 194

Organ, Alice, 87

Orr-Ewing:
-, Ann, 271
-, Hamish, 271

Ossington, Nic., 92

Oxford, 11, 67, 246, 285

Oxford, University of,
-, All Souls' Coll., 263
-, Corpus Christi Coll., 220
-, Magdalene Coll., 214
-, Pembroke Coll., 206–7, 270
-, Worcester Coll., 263–4, 269, 275

Oxfordshire, see Abingdon; Bablake; Godstow; Hinton Waldrist; Oxford; Stanford-in-the-Vale; Wallingford

P.

Packer:
-, John, 240
-, Rob. 79, 85
-, Thos, 79

Pain, s. of, see Geoffrey, s. of Pain

Painter, Ric., 87

Paish, R., 198

Pannell, John, 274

Parr, Cath., queen of Henry VIII, m. Thos Seymour, Baron Seymour, 32, 40, 80

Pater:
-, John, 56
-, Wm, 56

Patterson, Capt. Eric, 176

Paul:
-, A. G., 122
-, Eliz., w. of Wal. Matthews, 122
-, John, 120
-, (formerly Tippetts) John Paul, 120, 122, 198
-, (formerly Tippetts) Josiah Paul, 120
-, Loetitia, w. of A.G., 122
-, Mary, see Matthews
-, Wal. Matthews, 122, 198

Paulet:
-, Sir Nic., 37, 242
-, Mary, 242

Paynel:
-, Agnes, 255
-, Cath., see Purton
-, Eliz. (fl. 1345), 83
-, Eliz. (d. 1370), m. 1 Richard le Gascrick, 2 Sir Thos Fulnetby, 83
-, Sir John (fl. 1266–74), 255, 259
-, John (d. 1287), 259
-, John (d. 1334), 259
-, Margery, m. John Poucher, 83, 259
-, Phil., 83, 89, 259, 279
-, fam., 83, 259, 280

Pears, Harold, 197

Penn:
-, Wm, 244
-, Sir Wm (d. 1670), 244

Pennington:
-, Hen., 66
-, Thos, 66
-, Wm, 66

Penton Mewsey (Hants.), 213

Pepill:
-, Hen., 270
-, Sarah, 270

Perry-Keene, see Keene

Petrie, Sam., 41

Peverell:
-, Denise, m. Sir John Rivers (fl. bef 1334), 79, 82–3, 89
-, Hugh, 6, 13, 79, 82, 89, 96
-, Joan, m. John of Wraxall, 79
-, Margery, m. Oliver of Dean, 79
-, Maud, w. of — Peverell, m. 2 Sir Wm Cotel, 79
-, Thos (d. by 1300), 79
-, Thos (d. c. 1335), 89

Philip (d. 1147), son of Rob., earl of Gloucester, 23

Philippa, queen of Edward III, 31, 80

Phillips, J., archit., 273

Pierrepoint, Evelyn, mqss of Dorchester, duke of Kingstonupon-Hull, 120

Pike:
-, Art., 93
-, fam., 93

Pinneger:
-, Chas, 91
-, Eliz., 91

Pitt:
-, Chas, vicar of Ashton Keynes, 137, 139
-, Edw., 230
-, Geo. (d. 1694), 230, 256
-, Geo. (d. 1734), 230, 269
-, Geo. (d. 1745), 230, 256, 270
-, Geo., 1st Baron Rivers, 230–1, 236, 256
-, Geo., 2nd Baron Rivers, 230
-, Jane, see Savage
-, Jos., MP, 27, 32, 41, 80, 88, 90–1, 137, 230, 233, 239, 256
-, fam., 47, 239, 256, 269

plague, 26, 44

Playdell:
-, Edw. (d. 1633), 83
-, Edw. (fl. 1656), 227
-, Edw. (d. 1675), 84
-, Edw. (d. 1731), MP, 84
-, Edw. (fl. 1765), 84
-, Eliz., 50
-, John, 147, 152
-, Martha, 50
-, Nic., 233
-, Thos, 83, 89
-, Virgil, 147
-, fam., 27, 103

Pleydell-Bouverie, see Bouverie

Plummer:
-, Amelia, 198
-, E. H. D., 177
-, Emma, 198
-, Thos, 252
-, Wm, 177, 198

Ponting:
-, C. E., archit., 12, 68, 185
-, E. J., 177
-, Edwin, 93
-, W. V., 93

Poole:
-, Edw. (d. 1578), 85–6
-, Edw. (fl. 1659), MP, 41
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1673), 85
-, Giles (d. 1589), 86
-, Hen. (d. by 1536), 85
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1616), 86
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1632), 85–6
-, Jos., the elder (fl. 1817), 93–4
-, Jos., the younger (fl. 1817), 93
-, Marianne (d. 1891), m. Chas Knowles, 94
-, Mic., 93–4
-, Sir Nevill (d. c. 1660), 85
-, Nevill (fl. 1674), 85
-, Ric. (d. 1517), 85
-, Ric. (d. 1556), 85
-, fam., 40

Poole Keynes (Glos. formerly Wilts.), 1

Porte:
-, Sir John, 136
-, Ric., vicar of Ashton Keynes, 136

Poucher (Pouger):
-, Hen., 83, 259
-, Joan, m. John Sotehill (d. by 1446), 83
-, John (fl. c. 1340), 83, 259
-, John (d. 1405), 13, 83, 259
-, Sir John (d. 1418), 83, 259
-, John (d. 1423), 259
-, John (fl. 1428), 259
-, Margery, see Paynel
-, fam., 89

Poucher's rag, see Braydon forest

Poulton:
-, Anne, w. of Chas (d. 1805), 86
-, Anne, m. Revd Wm Wavell, 86
-, C. W., 87
-, Chas (d. 1805), 86
-, Chas (fl. 1842), 86
-, J. Merrit, archit., 116
-, Jos., 86
-, Mary, m. — Wells, 86
-, Wm, 86–7, 101

Poulton (Glos.),

Powell:
-, Thos, 81
-, Wal., 129

Powlett (formerly Vane), Harry Geo., duke of Cleveland, 122, 175

Prater, Ric., 85

Prescott, Geo., 32

Priddy (Pryddy):
-, Leo., 274
-, Thos (d. by 1619), and his wid. Winifred, 270
-, Thos (fl. 1646), 270
-, Thos (fl. 1739), 270

Prior, Alb., 234

Proud, Mrs, see Beak

Prower:
-, Major Elton Mervyn, 264–5, 282
-, Revd John (d. 1827), vicar of Purton, 275, 278–9, 281
-, Revd John Mervyn (d. 1869), vicar of Purton, 264, 272, 281
-, John Elton Mervyn (d. 1882), 290
-, fam., 264, 278

Pucklechurch, Wm, 82

Pugh, Revd J. E., 275

Pulley:
-, Isabel, m. Benet Jay (Joy), 255, 280–1
-, Margt, w. of Ric., 255
-, Ric., 255, 278–9
-, fam., 281

Purkis, A. L., 197

Purton:
-, Adam of (d. c. 1266), 6, 8, 10, 99, 138, 259, 279
-,-, estates: Ashton Keynes, 8, 10, 123, 138; Chelworth, 6, 8, 13, 79, 82, 89, 96, 99; Purton, 8, 244, 255, 259, 269
-,-, heirs, 8, 79, 89, 96, 244, 255; and see Keynes; Paynel; Welle
-,-, serjeantry, see Braydon forest, serjeantry
-, Cath. of, m. Sir John Paynel, 79, 83, 234, 255, 257
-, Geof. of, 267
-, Isabel of, m. Sir Rob. de Welle, 86, 255, 257, 259
-, Margery of, m. — de Keynes, 255
-, Thos of, 10, 258
-, fam., 255

Purton, 1–2, 5–12, 15, 17, 29, 32, 36, 50, 52, 62, 66, 70, 74, 98–101, 106, 187, 201–2, 225, 244–85
-, acreage, 245
-, adv., 255, 278
-, agric., 8–9, 248, 267–9, 276, 279, 288
-, almsho., 277
-, Bagbury, 7, 248, 252, 262, 265, 267; and see Purton, farms
-, Bagbury Green, 264, 269
-, Bentham, 7, 52, 248, 252–3, 259–60, 263, 265, 266
-, Bentham Ho. (formerly farm), 12, 39, 248, 253, 255, 261, 265–6, 269
-, Blakehill airfield, see Royal Air Force
-, boundaries, 5, 14–15, 186, 193, 244–6, 271, 279
-, bridges, 246, 270
-, buildings (dom.), 11–12, 248–54, 255–6, 275
-, Bury Hill (hillfort), 247
-, canals, 246, 272
-, Chamberlains, see Purton Ho.
-, charities, 95, 276
-, church, 5–6, 9–10, 12, 40, 47–8, 248, 255, 277–84
-,-, church ho., 249, 274
-,-, churchyard, 257, 283
-, Church End, 40, 248–9, 272, 274
-, Church End Ho., see Purton Ho.
-, Church Inn (formerly Church Ho.), 249, 274
-, clubs and socs, 272–3, 275
-, Common Platt, 3, 194, 246, 248, 252
-, commons, 248, 251, 259, 268–9, 276–7
-, Dogridge, 4–5, 7, 9, 246, 252, 275–6
-, fairs, 271
-, farms and farmsteads, 248, 250–3, 261, 266–7, 279
-,-, Bagbury Green, 266
-,-, Bentham, Purton Stoke, see above Bentham Ho.
-,-, Blacklands, 252, 267
-,-, Blakehill, Purton Stoke, 246, 254, 266–7, 269
-,-, Braydon manor, Purton Common, 269
-,-, Bury Hill, Purton Stoke, 256, 269
-,-, College, 250, 263–4, 281
-,-, Common, 252, 263, 269
-,-, Crosslanes, 25
-,-, Dairy, Bentham, 253–4
-,-, Diana Lodge, 26
-,-, Down, 265, 267
-,-, Flaxmore, see Haxmore
-,-, Fox Hill, 266
-,-, Haxmore, 252, 265
-,-, Hayes Knoll, 266
-,-, Hurstead, 252
-,-, Lower (South) Pavenhill, 252
-,-, Manor, 248, 257–8, 263, 267, 269
-,-, Manor, Purton Stoke, 254, 269
-,-, Mill, 266
-,-, Momes Leaze, 269
-,-, New, Bentham, 253, 266
-,-, Packhorse, 252
-,-, Park House, 252
-,-, Pavenhill, 263-4
-,-, Pond, Purton Stoke, 43, 248, 254, 261–2, 265–6, 275
-,-, Pound, 252, 287
-,-, Pry, 50–1, 252, 265
-,-, Purton Common, 253
-,-, Restrop, 259, 261, 263, 267
-,-, Ridgeway, 264, 266
-,-, Sparcells, 192, 263
-,-, Spring Grove, 267
-,-, Stoke Common, 253
-,-, Upper Pavenhill, 252
-,-, Wells, Purton Stoke, 263, 265
-,-, West Marsh, see Purton Common farm
-,-, Widham, 248, 252, 263
-, fields, 9, 267–8
-, fishponds, 257, 264, 270
-, freewarren, 268, 286
-, friendly soc., 274, 276
-, geology, 245–6
-, glebe, 267, 279
-, grazing rights (leazes), 268–9, 276, 279
-, Hallidays (ho.), 251, 267
-, hosps, 267, 276
-, industry and trades, 271–2
-, inns, 274–5
-,-, Angel, 38, 249, 274–6
-, Keynes Court, 259
-, library, 45, 272
-, Little Marsh, 269
-, Malreward (Malfords) est., 252, 260, 265–6
-, manors and estates, 32, 82–3, 247–9, 254–67, 268, 270
-,-, Gascrick (later Purton Wootton), 254, 259
-,-, Purton manor, 254–5, 255–8, 261
-,-, Purton Keynes, 254–5, 258–9
-,-, Purton Paynell (Poucher), 254–5, 259, 263, 266
-, manor cts and court ho., 258, 277
-, Manor Ho., 40, 249, 255–6, 257–8, 263
-, manorial barns, 41, 258
-, markets, 271
-, meadows, 266–7
-, Milk Ho., 249
-, Millenium Hall, 272
-, mills, 9, 248, 260, 264, 270–1
-, Momes Leaze, see Braydon forest, purlieus
-, museum, 272
-, nonconf. (protestant), 284–5
-,-, chapels, 12, 252, 284–5
-, parish govt, 277; offices, 45, 272
-, parish hall, 272
-, Pavenhill, 4, 8–9, 245, 248, 252, 260, 271, 274, 279
-,-, farms and farmsteads, 255, 260, 265; and see Purton, farms
-, Royal George inn, 271, 274–5
-, Plain Ho., 192
-, Play close, 271–2, 277, 284
-, poor relief, 277–8, 289
-, pop., 247
-, pound, 285
-, prehist. remains, 2, 4–5, 247
-, Purton Court (formerly The Court), 250, 265–6
-, Purton Down est., 262, 265
-, Purton Ho. (formerly Chamberlains; Church End Ho.), 252, 249, 264–5, 270, 281

Purton Stoke, 16, 51, 56, 93, 95–6, 165, 244–6, 248, 255, 268
-, Bell inn, 254, 274–5
-, Common, 269
-, farms and farmsteads, 252, 260; and see Purton, farms and farmsteads
-, Poor's Platt char., 276
-, reading room, 46, 254, 272
-, settlement and bldg, 253–4
-, spa, below

Purton Stoke Ho., 253, 270

railways, 9, 246, 248, 26
-, sta., 11, 18, 188, 246, 274

rectors, 278–9; and see Vicia

rectory, 12, 278
-, estate, 254–5, 257, 261, 263, 278, 281

Red Ho., 272

Restrop, 2, 7–8, 248, 252, 268
-, farms and farmsteads, 255, 260, 263; and see Purton, farms

Restrop Ho., 11, 42, 248, 252, 260–1

roads and streets, 11, 16, 246, 274
-, Bentham La., 246
-, Bowshot, 251
-, Cow St, 246, 252, 269
-, High St, 38, 246, 249–52
-, Hoggs La., 246, 252–3
-, Lower Sq., 249–50
-, Mud La., 246
-, Newths La., 252
-, Pond La., 251–2
-, Purton Stoke St, 246, 253
-, Station Rd, 253
-, Upper Sq., 249
-, Witts La., 253

schools, 12, 133, 204, 266, 272, 275–6, 281–2, 284
-, Bradon Forest school, 12, 58

settlement, 5, 7, 10, 244–54

spa, 11, 44, 246, 253, 271–2

sports and recreation, 272, 275
-, recreation ground, 249, 269–70, 275

tithes, 261, 279
-, vestry, 274

vicarage, 244, 255, 278
-, hos, 248, 278, 283–4

vicars, 244, 278–9; and see Aldford; Bathe; Blake; Fessey; Franklin; Gabell; Glass; Harrison; Haslam; Mitchell; Prower; Richard; Roberts; Veysey; Willis

village halls, 270–1

water supply, 278

Westmarsh, 248, 264–5, 271

Widham, 246, 248, 252, 262, 269
-, and see Purton, farms and farmsteads

woodland, 244, 268, 269–70

workho., 12, 247, 250, 275, 277, 282

Workmen's Institute, 45, 251, 272, 275
-, Young Farmers' hall, 46, 272

Purton Historical Soc., 272–3

Pyncombe, Mrs, 222

Q.

quarrying, 2, 202, 246, 272

Queen Anne's Bounty, 66, 221–2, 241

R.

Radesthrop (Restrop):
-, Denise of, 260
-, Thos of, 260
-, fam., 252

Radnor, earls of, see Bouverie

RAF Blakehill Farm, see Royal Air Force

RAF Fairford, see Royal Air Force

railways, 10–11, 18, 46, 77, 102, 188, 226, 233, 246, 269, 285
-, Cheltenham & Great Western Union Railway, 77, 188, 226, 246, 285
-, Great Western Railway, 11, 18, 42, 188, 202, 246–7
-,-, Swindon works, 247, 267, 271, 273
-, Midland & South Western Junction Railway, 18, 188, 246
-, Swindon & Cheltenham Extension Railway, 18, 102, 188, 246
-, Swindon, Marlborough & Andover Railway, 188
-, and see individual parishes for stations

Rainbold (fl 1066–7), 8, 145, 160–1

Rainer Foundation (formerly London Police Court Mission), 124, 132–3

Rankin, Wm, rector of Meysey Hampton, 222, 224

Ratcliffe:
-, Mrs M. J., 95
-, Thos, 95

Rawlings:
-, Mrs A. T., 94
-, Thos, 94

Ray, river, 3, 7, 9, 14–16, 19, 75, 103–6, 186–7, 191, 193, 202, 245–6, 268, 270

Read:
-, A. P., 233
-, Eliz., see Telling
-, F. R., 175
-, F. S., 94
-, Frank, 176
-, John, 178, 259
-, P. A., 122, 124
-, R. J., 94
-, Ric., 267
-, Rowland, 176–8
-, T., 234
-, Sir Thos, Bt, MP, 41
-, Wm, 259–60, 265
-, fam., 229, 233, 259

Rebbeck, W. H. E., 199

Remembrance Wakes, 273

retail trade and services:
-, bakers, 33, 46
-, blacksmiths, 45, 114, 271
-, building trades, 271
-, butchers, 33, 46, 271
-, carpenters, 46
-, chandlers, 46, 271
-, drapers, 46
-, goldsmith, 23
-, grocers, 46, 271
-, hauliers, 237
-, mercers, 25, 117
-, merchants, 9, 23, 43
-, moneyers, 23
-, plasterers, 46
-, plumbing, 46
-, race-horse training, 269
-, retail trade, 11, 202, 237, 271, 273
-, tobacconist, 271
-, victualling, 46
-, wine sellers, 23, 33

Revièrs:
-, Baldwin de (d. 1216), 31
-, Baldwin (d. 1262), earl of Devon, 31
-, Margery, see FitzGerold

Reynold, s. of Rog. of Breteuil, see Breteuil

Reynolds:
-, Geo., 94
-, Hen., 177

Rice, G. E., 74

Rich, Rob., 236

Richard I, 229, 234

Richard III, 196

Richard (d. 1460), duke of York, 32

Richard, vicar of Purton, 279, 283

Richard, son of Wm (fl. 1199), 194

Richards:
-, S. W. L., vicar of Cricklade St Sampson, 62
-, Mr, 175

Richardson:
-, Art. Perry, 264
-, E. St J., 88
-, Ethel, 273, 275
-, P., 88

Richmond:
-, Anne, wid. of Toby, 260
-, Bridget, 122, 134
-, Oliffe (d. 1691), 117, 122
-, Oliffe (d. 1757), 122, 125, 134
-, Oliffe (d. c. 1768), 122

Richmond alias Webb:
-, Chris., 195–7
-, Giles (d. 1624), 195
-, Giles (fl. 1667), 195
-, Jos., 195
-, Wm (d. 1610), 195, 206, 208
-, fam., 208

Rickards:
-, John (d. 1927), 146
-, John (fl. 1910–41), 214, 216–17

Ridelisford, Emily, dau. of Wal. of, m. 1
-, Hugh de Lacy, 2 Steph.
-, Longespée, 60

Ridler, John, 236

Rivers:
-, Denise, see Peverell
-, Sir John (fl. bef 1334), 79
-, Sir John, s. of Denise, 82

River, barons, see Pitt

rivers, 14–15, 17, 70, 73, 141–2, 144, 152, 156, 186–7; and see: Churn; Derry brook; Key; Ray; Shire brook; Shire ditch; Swill brook; Thames

roads, 11, 17, 111, 142–4, 156–9, 172, 187–9, 210–2, 226, 246, 285
-, A419, 1
-, M4 motorway, 1, 17, 254
-, turnpikes, 11, 17, 37, 111, 142, 156, 172, 188, 210, 226, 246, 285

Robbins, Wm, 44

Robert (fl. 1066), s. of Wimarc, 32, 58, 92, 95

Roberts, Thos, vicar of Purton, 280

Rodbourne Cheney, 5, 244, 268

Rogers:
-, Eliz., m. Wm Essex, 260
-, P. H., 82, 84, 89
-, Thos, 260

Roland, John, rector of Cricklade St Sampson, 59

Roman Catholicism, 58, 62, 70, 140, 154, 243

Ros, Joan of, m. John, 1st Baron Lovel, 91

Roseblade, John, 171

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester (Glos.), 149

Royal Air Force RAF Blakehill, 11, 16, 18, 48, 57, 74, 77–8, 94–5, 102, 107, 254
-, RAF Fairford, 11, 210–11, 213, 214, 217

Ruck:
-, Edm. N., 256
-, Edw., 90
-, Jos., 90

Rudhall:
-, Abr., bell-founder, 61, 139, 169, 208
-, Thos, bell-founder, 61

rugby, 55

Rumming:
-, Jane, 175
-, Ric., 175
-, fam., 175

Rushey Platt, railway sta., 11

Rushout, Sir John, Bt, 80

Russell:
-, John, 196
-, Rob., 196, 202
-, Thos, 196
-, fam., 196, 264

Russhley:
-, Anne, 88
-, Joan, 88
-, John, 88
-, Thos, 88
-, Wm, 88

S.

Sacheverell, Sir Ric., 83

Sackville, Sir Thos, 120, 136

Sadler:
-, Ann, see Butt
-, Caroline, m. Col. Thos Heycock, 266
-, Flo., 197
-, H. C., 197
-, Jas (fl. 1799), 265
-, Jas Hen. (d. 1929), 45, 90, 197, 203, 266, 270, 272
-, John (fl. 1583), 260, 265
-, John (fl. 1815), 265
-, Sam. (d. 1845), 261, 265
-, Dr Sam. C., 265, 270–1
-, Thos, 260, 265–6
-, Wm, 86
-, Wm Jas, 63
-, fam., 39, 255, 261, 265–6

St Aubyn, Jas P., archit., 168, 222

St Germans, earls of, see Eliot

St Helen:
-, Gillian, see Elsfield
-, John of, 31

St John:
-, Fred., Vct Bolingbroke, 197
-, Geo., Vct Bolingbroke, 197
-, Hen., 4th Vct Bolingbroke, 197
-, Hen., 5th Vict Bolingbroke, 197
-, Isabella, see Hompesch
-, Sir John, Bt, 197
-, Mary, see Howard

St Omer:
-, Eliz. of, 81
-, Margt of, 63, 81
-, Thos of, 63, 81

Salisbury, earl of, see Longespée

Salisbury, 25

Salisbury, diocese of, 1, 240
-, bps, 6, 8–9, 32, 147, 213, 219–20, 229, 240, 278,
-, cathedral, 9, 63
-, dean and chapter, 59, 61, 63, 82, 84, 96
-, Hungerford chantry, 82, 95

Salter, Geo., 81

Salvation Army, 62

Samuel, Harry, 46

Samways, Ric., rector of Meysey Hampton (Glos.), 220

Sandford:
-, Agnes, 79, 123
-, Hugh of, 79
-, Jordan of, 79
-, Ric. of, 79, 255
-, Thos of (d. by 1218), 79
-, Sir Thos of (d. by 1242), Kt, 5–6, 79, 82, 89, 96, 99, 123, 254
-, Warin of, 79
-, fam., 79, 89

Sarawak, Rajah of, see Brooke

Saumarez, Victor, 175

Saunders:
-, Anne, 86
-, Chris., 86
-, Jane, 86
-, John, 86
-, Thos, 63

Savage, Jane, m. 1 Geo. Bridges, Lord Chandos, 2 Geo. Pitt (d. 1694), 230

Savery:
-, Anne, 85
-, John, 85

Saye, John, 117

Scipe, hundred of, 5

Scott:
-, Leo., 266
-, fam., 269

Scudamore:
-, Alice, 91
-, Godfrey, 91
-, Peter, 91

Sebag-Montefiore, Janine, 147

Second World War, 18, 29–30, 48, 57, 123, 132–3, 176, 236, 254, 269, 272, 274

Seddon and Jones, archit., 288

Self, John, 90

Selwood, forest of, 7

Sewster:
-, Edw., 286
-, Edw., s. of Edw., 286
-, Geo., 286

Seymour:
-, A. F., 178
-, Art., 124
-, Aubrey, 124
-, C. E., 178
-, Cath., see Parr
-, Edw., duke of Somerset, 80
-, Sir Thos (d. 1358), 84–5
-, Sir Thos (d. 1549), Baron Seymour, 32, 40, 147, 152

Shaftesbury, earls of, see Cooper

Shaftesbury (Dorset), abbey of, 32

Sharington, Sir Wm, 174

Shawe, Sqn Ldr D., 176

Shayle, Thos, 253, 261

Sheldon:
-, Edw., 146–7, 152
-, Ralph, 146

Sheppard, Mrs, 275

Sherman:
-, Frances, see Lenne
-, John, 287–8
-, Mary, 287
-, Rendle, 287

Shipton Moyne (Glos.), 40

Shire brook, 210

Shire ditch, 109, 111

Shire stone, 110

Shirugge, Thos, 84

Shorncote (Glos. formerly Wilts.), 1, 4–5, 109–11, 125

Shotesbroke:
-, Gilb. of, 260
-, Joan, see Walerand
-, John of, 260

Shrewsbury, earls of, see Montgomery

Shurey, Jas, 274

Shurmer, Margt, 284

Sibell, Amy, m. — Hyde, 264

Siddington (Glos.), 110, 125

Sikes, A., 74

Silchester (Hants.), 156

Simmonds brewery, 274

Simpkins, Raymond, 197

Sketchley, Revd Horace, 220

Skuse:
-, J. H., 180
-, bros, 180

Slade:
-, F. M., 94
-, Hen., 94
-, John, 167

Slatter:
-, W. E. T., 176
-, Mrs, 176

Smith:
-, Harry, 138, 178
-, Humph., vicar of Eisey, 153
-, Wal., 255

Smyth(e):
-, Sir Art., 286
-, Hen., 50, 56

Somerford Keynes (Glos., formerly Wilts.), 1, 4–5, 81, 99, 109, 111–12, 125, 134

Somerset, see Bath; Glastonbury; Haselbury Plucknett

Sotehill (Sothill):
-, Barbara, m. Sir Marm. Constable, 259
-, Geo., 259
-, Joan, see Poucher
-, John (d. by 1446), 83
-, Sir John (d. 1495), 259
-, fam., 259

South Cerney (Glos.), 5, 14, 60, 70, 109, 111–12, 157, 176

Southampton (Hants.), 18

Spackman:
-, Rob., 214–17
-, fam., 215, 217

Speen (Berks), 4, 156

sports, see bowls; cricket; football; golf; hunting; rugby; tennis

Stanford-in-the-Vale (Berks, later Oxon.), 87

Stanton Fitzwarren, 5

Stanton St Quinton, 282

Staple, hundred of, 5–6, 96, 152, 247, 255

Stephen, king of England, 22–3, 112

Stephens (Stevens):
-, Chas, 176
-, Frances, see Bridges
-, Miriam, 275
-, Nic., 256
-, fam., 177

Stert, Ric. of the, 233

Still, Thos, 88

Stillman and Eastwick-Field, archit., 233

Stivichall, Margery of, 206

Stock:
-, Hugh, 84
-, Sir John, 84

Story of Purton, The, 273

Story-Maskelyne:
-, Ant., 195, 265
-, Edm., 195–6
-, Margt, see Maskelyne
-, Mary, m. Hugh Arnold-Foster, 265
-, Mervyn, 265, 275

Stourton, John, Baron Stourton, 82

Strange, John, 272

Stratfield Saye (Hants.), 256

Stratton:
-, Adam of, 31, 59, 62, 92, 105
-, Jasper, 195
-, Ric. of, rector of Cricklade St Sampson, 59
-, Rob. of, 59

Stratton St Margaret, 5, 278

Street, G. E., archit., 12, 209

Streeten:
-, Revd H. T., 195
-, Sarah, 195

Strong, Thos, 90

Stroud (Glos.), 11

Stump, Sarah, 85

Sudeley castle (Glos.), 40

Suffolk, earls of, see Howard

Summer:
-, J., 147
-, Mrs, 147

Sumner, Madeline, m. Sir Geo. Banks Jenkinson, 180

Surrey, see Croydon; Merton

Sutton (Berks.), 90

Sweet, fam., 88

Swill brook, 3, 109, 111, 125, 171, 225–6, 232

Swindon, 1, 8, 10, 12, 40, 92, 109, 186, 201–2, 207, 210, 226, 244, 246
-, Arclite Ho., 192
-, borough council, 74, 93, 205
-, boundaries, 186
-, canals, 11, 246
-, corporation, 197
-, fire, 38, 205
-, railways, 1, 102, 188
-,-, GWR works, see railways, Great Western
-, roads, 17, 155–6
-, settlement, 4
-, sewage works, 187
-, Swindon Technology Centre, 192
-, Swindon Town Football Club, 274
-, western expansion of, 1, 12, 186–8, 191–2, 201, 204, 251, 274
-, and see Lydiard Millicent, Shaw; Purton

Swindon & Cheltenham Extension Railway, see railways

Swindon Co-operative Soc., 275

Swindon, Marlborough & Andover Railway, see railways

Swinford:
-, John, 137
-, Smithett, vicar of Ashton Kernes, 137
-, Thos, 137

Syward:
-, John (d. 1398), 81
-, John II (d. bef. 1405), 81

T.

Talmage:
-, Eleanor, 87
-, W. T., 87
-, Wm, 87

Tame, Sir Edm., 92

Tancred:
-, Sir Thos, 6th Bt, 147
-, Sir Thos, 7th Bt, 147

Taylor:
-, E. E., 237
-, John, 139
-, Thos, 27

Taylor alias Corver:
-, Hen., 129
-, Thos, 129
-, Wm, 129
-, fam., 129

Teal, Sam., 120

Telling:
-, Eliz., m. John Read, 259
-, Fras, 123
-, Hen., 240
-, N. E., 94
-, Rob., 234
-, Wm, 240, 259
-, fam., 129

tennis, 55

Tetbald the physician, 92

Tewkesbury (Glos.), abbey of, 7–9, 112–13, 119, 123, 136, 174, 265
-, abts, 6, 135, 242

Thames & Severn canal, 11, 18, 23, 46, 143, 148, 157, 164, 211–12, 246
-, Round Ho., 212

Thames, river, 1, 3, 7, 9, 14–19, 21, 23, 28, 38, 44–5, 72–3, 103, 187, 210, 226
-, as boundary, 7, 14–16, 19, 23, 70, 109, 142, 171–2
-, crossing, 17–18, 21, 23, 112, 143, 156, 158, 172
-, in Cricklade, 13, 14–19, 21, 23, 28, 38, 44–5, 70, 72–3, 103
-, in Eisey, 141–3, 148
-, in Latton, 155–8, 162
-, in Leigh, 171–2, 179–80, 182
-, in Marston Meysey, 210, 212, 216–18
-, in Minety, 226
-, navigation, 14, 17–18, 23
-, tributaries, 3, 9, 14–19, 70, 109–11, 142–3, 155–6, 171, 210

Thelluson:
-, §C. S. A., 93
-, Georgiana, see Theobald

Theobald:
-, Georgiana, m. C. S. A. Thelluson, 93
-, John, 93
-, Wm, 93

Thompson:
-, T. R., 47
-, Mr, 258

Tichener, David, 274

Tilshead, 85

Tippetts, see Paul

Tooker, see Tucker

Travers, Martin, 65

Trefusis, Sam., 161

Tregoze:
-, John, 91
-, Rob., 91

Trinder:
-, John, 217
-, Silvester, 87
-, Thos, 87
-, fam., 87

Tring (Herts), 32

Tritton, Sir Ant., 217

Tucker (Tooker):
-, Anne, 86
-, Chas, 86
-, Thos, 88

Turald (fl. 1086), 213

Turges, Rob., 195, 206

Turner:
-, Edw., 129
-, fam., 129

U.

United States of America, 214

Upton Scudamore, 91

Urmston:
-, Gilb., 84
-, John, 84
-, Thurston, 84

Ushers Pubs, 274

Vale of the White Horse hunt, see hunting

Vane, Harry Geo., see Powlett

Vaughan, Edw., 85–6

Vaulx:
-, Dr Fras, 219
-, Dr Jas, 219

Vernon:
-, J. M., 93, 95
-, Wm, 93–5

Vescy:
-, Isabel, see Purton
-, Wm de, Baron Vescy, 82

Veysey, John, vicar of Purton, 282

Vicia, Bayamund de, rector of Purton, 278–9

Victoria, Queen, 28, 39, 180

Vikings, see Danish invasion

Villiers:
-, John Chas, earl of Clarendon, 93, 95, 289
-, Thos, earl of Clarendon, 287

Vincent, Barbar, 129

Vizor, Mr, 123

W.

Walerand:
-, Adam, 260
-, Joan, m. — Shotesbroke, 260
-, John, 260
-, Nic., 260
-, Thos, 260
-, Wm, parson of Leigh, 260
-, fam., 252, 260
-, and see Blunsdon, Walerand of

Waleys:
-, Gillian, see Elsfield
-, Ingram le, 31

Waller, archit. of Gloucester:
-, Fulljames and Waller, 30, 207
-, Waller and sons, 220
-, Waller, son and Wood, 214

Wallingford (Berks., later Oxon.), 7, 21, 94

Walrond:
-, Edw., 87
-, Fras, 87
-, Margery, see Bourne
-, Ric., 87
-, Wm, 85

Walsh:
-, Art. Fras, 257
-, Art. J., 257
-, Helen, w. of Art. Fras, 257
-, fam., 257

Walsingham, Sir Fras, 208

Wanborough (Durocornovium), 4, 60, 158, 189, 286

War Department, 29–30

Waraker, Dr, 256

Ward:
-, Eliz., 275, 287–8
-, Capt. H. R., 287, 290
-, John Edw., 287–8
-, Mrs, 275

Ware, fam., 265

Wareham (Dorset), 7, 21, 67

Warin (fl. 1227–31), king's chaplain, 25

Warin the bowman (fl. 1084), 78

Warman:
-, Wm, 269
-, fam., 261

Warneford:
-, John, 83, 87
-, S. W., rector of Lydiard Millicent, 206, 208
-, Thos, 83

Warner:
-, John, 274
-, John, & Sons, bell-founders, 62
-, Mary, see Hawkins
-, Peter, rector of Lydiard Millicent, 208
-, Thos, 123

Warre:
-, John la, Baron de la Warre, 91
-, Rog. la, Baron de la Warre, 91

Warrender, Miss, 272

Warwick, earls of, see Beaumont

Warwickshire, see Birmingham

Waryn, Thos, 81

Watkins:
-, Eliz., 92
-, Lewis, 92
-, Wm, 92

Watts, fam., 259

Wavell:
-, Anne, see Poulton
-, Revd Wm, 86

Wayte, Bernard, vicar of Minety, 242

Webb:
-, Fras, 146
-, J. J., 195–6
-, fam., 40

Weeks (Wecche), John, 258

Welle (Welles):
-, Adam of, Baron Welles, 82
-, Eleanor, m. Sir Thos Lawrence, 82
-, Isabel, see Purton
-, John, 4th Baron Welles, 82
-, John, 5th Baron Welles, 82
-, Lionel, Baron Welles, 82
-, Mary, m. John Lawrence, 82
-, Ric., Baron Welles, 82
-, Sir Rob. of (d. by 1266), 82, 255
-, Rob., Baron Welles, 82

Wells:
-, Jas, 62, 139
-, Mary, see Poulton
-, Susannah, see Adams
-, W. G. (d. 1887), 47, 85, 87–8
-, W. G. (fl. 1914), 88
-, Wm (fl. 1709), 274
-, Wm (fl. 1827), 85
-, Wm (fl. 1877), 47, 85, 87–8

Wesley, John, 284

Wessex, kingdom of, 5, 21

West, Douglas H., 230

Westbury, 2, 45, 128

Western Electricity Supply Co., 39

Westminster abbey, 58, 84, 95

Weston, Thos, MP, 40

Wharton:
-, Jane, 80
-, Lucy, 80
-, Phil., mqss and duke of Wharton, 80
-, Thos, Baron, mqss of Wharton, 80

Whatley-Estridge, Hen., 230

Wheelock, Ant., 263

Whitbread brewery, 274

White:
-, Miss A., 198
-, D. S., 197
-, John, 89
-, Jonathan, 50, 88–9
-, Rob., 89
-, fam., 94

Whitfield:
-, Ant., 139
-, Rob., rector of Lydiard Millicent, 208

Whitmore:
-, Geo., 32
-, Thos, 32

Whittall, Ross, 147

Whittingham, Jas, 147

Whittokesmede, John, MP, 40

Whorwood, Hen., 120–1, 123, 138

Wickes:
-, Somerset, 120
-, Revd Thos Croome, vicar of Ashton Keynes, 137, 139

Widhill:
-, Alex. of, 92
-, Aubin of, 92

Widhill, see Cricklade

Wiggins, W. C., 93

Wike, de la:
-, John, 62, 81
-, Margery, 62
-, Ric., 62, 81

Wilbraham, Edw., 90

Wilkins:
-, Eliz., see Ferris
-, Thos (d. by 1744), 127
-, Thos (fl. 1793), 127
-, Thos (d. 1789), 127

Wilkinson:
-, G., archit., 275
-, Wm, archit., 214

William I, 8, 32, 160

William II, 22

William, count of Perch, bp of Châlons-en-Champagne, 60

William, s. of Hugh (d. by 1199), and his w. Millicent, 186, 194, 206

William, s. of Richard (fl. 1240), 270

William of Kilkenny, 206

William the miller (fl. 1300), 103

Williams:
-, John, 81
-, T. P., 146

Willis, Canon Norman, vicar of Purton, 282, 290

Wilsonn:
-, Emma, 264
-, Isabella, 264
-, Margt, see Goddard
-, Capt. Rob., 264–5
-, Sarah, m. Ric. Miles, 264

Wiltshire & Berkshire (Wilts. & Berks.) canal, 11, 18, 157, 246, 276

Wiltshire, archd. of, 9, 229, 240–1

Wiltshire County Council, 38, 57, 74, 86, 93, 106–7, 221, 278

Wiltshire Constabulary, 38, 135

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, 78, 95, 132, 231, 235, 254, 289; and see nature reserves

Wimbish, Nic., 83

Wimborne St Giles (Dorset), 261

Winchester, Odo of, 32

Winchester, earls of, see Despenser

Winchester, 32

Winchester, bps of, 5, 89, 194
-, and see Denewulf

Windsor (Berks.), 263

Wolstenholme, Sir John, 80

Woodbridge Brook, 3, 187

Woodford, L. B., 122, 124

Woodlands, Sarah, 94

Wootton (Wotton):
-, Gervase, 255
-, John, rector of Cricklade St Sampson, 59
-, Nic., 259
-, Wm of, and his wid. Margt, 258

Wootton Bassett, 11, 17, 53, 77, 80, 111, 114, 121, 172, 188, 192–4, 199, 201, 203, 246, 285

Worcester, diocese of, 1,
-, bps, 5, 145

Workman, Hen., 231

Wraxall:
-, Joan, see Peverell
-, John of, 79, 82
-, Maud, m. Wm Baddeby, 79, 89

Wriothesley:
-, Chas, 103
-, Sir Thos, 103

Writtle, Rog. of, 83, 148

Wyatt:
-, Fras, 123
-, Joanna, 123

Wykeham-Martin:
-, Chas, 256
-, Cornwallis, 256, 276

Y.

York, dchss of, see Hyde; Nevill

York, dukes of, see Edmund, Edward, Richard

Young:
-, G. B., 123
-, W. T., 198

Younger, Ric., 147, 152

Z.

Ziegler, Fred., 231