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Among the abbreviations used in the index, sometimes with the addition of an s to indicate plurality, the following may need elucidation: Adm., Admiral; adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; abp., archbishop; archd., archdeacon; archit., architecture; Art., Arthur; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; Brig., Brigadier; Brit., British; bdg., building; Capt., Captain Cath., Catherine; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church; Coll., College; Col., Colonel; ctss., countess; ct., court; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; dom. archit., domestic architecture; dchss., duchess; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Gen., General; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; grds., grandson; Gt., Great Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital; ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; inc., inclosure; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Kath., Katharine; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Lt., Lieutenant; Ld., Lord; Maj., Major; man., manor; mchnss., marchioness; Marg., Margaret; mkt., market; m., married; marq., marquess; Mat., Matthew; Maur., Maurice; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; n, note; par., parish; Pat., Patrick; Phil., Philip; pl.-name, placename; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; Reg., Reginald; Revd., Reverend; rly., railway; Ric., Richard; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom. Cath., Roman Catholic; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; s., son; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; T.R.E., tempore regis Edwardi; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; vct., viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William; wkho., workhouse.

A

Abergavenny (Mon.), priory, 49

Abingdon, earls of, 88, 121; and see Bertie, Jas. and Willoughby

Abingdon (Berks.), 248

Abington, L. J., architect, 266

Ackerman, Jonathan, 66

Adams:
-, Chas., rector of Manningford Abbots, 112
-, (or Clark), John, 16
-, Theophilus, 43
-, W., 68

Addington, Hen., Vct. Sidmouth, 229, 265–6, 274, 277

Adlam, Sam., 258

Adric (fl. 941), 15

Agar:
-, Jas. Chas. Herb. Welbore Ellis, earl of Normanton, 19, 213
-, Sindney Jas., earl of Normanton, 15–16, 128–9, 208, 218
-, Welbore Ellis, earl of Normanton, 15–16, 40, 128–9, 133, 139, 208, 218–19, 221, 223

Agard:
-, Ambrose, 91
-, Steph., 92

agricultural implements, manufacture of, 98–9, 259

Ailesbury:
-, ctss. of, see Seymour, Eliz.
-, earls of, see Bruce, Chas. and Thos.

Ainge, Mary E., 49

Aldbourne, 290, 292

Aldermaston (Berks.), atomic energy establishment, 260

Aldon, Thos. de, 208

Aldridge, Ric., 48

Aldrie, Wm. de, 89

Alexander, bp. of Lincoln, 238

Alexander:
-, Beata, m. Wm. Stead, 129
-, Chas., 116, 129
-, Eliz., 173
-, Hen., earl of Stirling, 247
-, (or Zinzan), Hen., 247
-, (or Zinzan), Jacoba, see Vanlore
-, Jas., 163, 165, 208
-, Jas. Fane. 163
-, John (d. 1797), 128–30
-, John (fl. 1830), 210
-, John (d. 1836), 129, 131
-, John (d. 1870), 166
-, Judith, w. of Hen., earl of Stirling, 247
-, Lucy, m. Rob. Falkner, 129
-, Mary, see Vanlore
-, R. H., 180
-, Rob., 163
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1786), 166
-, Thos. (fl. 1803, ? the same), 129
-, Thos. (d. 1863), 166
-, W. H. R., 166
-, Wm., 165
-, Wm. Hen., 166

Alfred, king, 128

Alfric (fl. T.R.E.), 156

Alfric of Melksham (fl. 1086), 207

Alfswith (fl. 939–46), 162

'Alice Lee', see Lane, Mary

All Cannings, see Cannings

All Cannings Cross, see Cannings, All

Allen (Alleine):
-, John, 271 n
-, Jos., 229
-, Mat., 279 n
-, R., 177
-, Ralph, 94
-, Rog., 307
-, Wm., 73, 194, 307

Allington (in All Cannings), 4–5, 20–1, 24–6
-, agric., 28–9
-, ch., 31
-, ct., 29
-, dom. archit., 21
-, farms, 23, 28–9
-, field system, 21
-, inc., 28
-, mans, and other estates, 23–5
-, nonconf., 32, 76
-, pop., 21
-, prebendal estate, see Cannings, All
-, prehist. remains, 21
-, St. Anne's Hill, see Allington, Tan Hill
-, sch., 32
-, Tan (St. Anne's) Hill, 1, 20–1, 29, 146; fair, 29
-, tithes, 25–6

Almar (fl. T.R.E.), 62

Alton Barnes, 4–5, 8–13, 147, 190
-, adv., 12
-, agric., 10–11
-, Broad Well, 8, 12
-, char., 13
-, ch., 12–13, 202, 223
-, cts., 12
-, dom. archit., 9
-, farms, 10–11
-, field system, 8
-, glebe, 11–13
-, inc., 11
-, man., 9–10, 54, 72
-, mill, 10–11
-, nonconf., 13
-, par. officers, 12
-, pl.-name, 8
-, pop., 8–9
-, prehist. sites, 8
-, rectors, 11–13
-, rectory, 12, 152
-, rectory-ho., 12, 113
-, roads, 9
-, schs., 13
-, Shaw, 8, 12–13
-, agric., 10–11, 126 n, 200
-, ch., 8, 13
-, cts., 12
-, inc., 8–9, 11–12, 190
-, man., 10
-, pop., 8
-, tithes, 12
-, water-meadow, 11
-, white horse, 8, 16
-, woodland, 200

Alton Priors (in Alton, formerly in Overton), 4, 8, 13, 16
-, chapelry, 12–13, 152, 190, 202
-, mill, 10, 12
-, Stowell, West, 12, 190–1, 202

Alvediston:
-, Norrington, 247

Alvric the huntsman, 132

Alward (fl. T.R.E.), 54, 195

Alwin (fl. T.R.E.), 10

America, see U.S.A.

Amesbury, 42, 146

Amor:
-, Anne (fl. 1729), 185
-, Anne (d. 1794), m. Chafin Grove, 185
-, Eliz., w. of Ric. (fl. 1729), 185
-, Harry (fl. 1742), 221
-, Harry (fl. 1811), 221
-, Ric. (d. 1668), 52
-, Ric. (fl. 1729), 185, 221
-, Rob., 185
-, fam., 125, 185, 221

Anabaptists, see Baptists

Andrews (Andrewes):
-, Eliz., see Drew
-, Sir Hen., 250
-, (or Barbour), John, 123
-, Kath., see Marshmill
-, Ric., 115
-, Rob., 115
-, Thos., 257 n
-, —, 227

Anne, queen of Richard II, 241, 244

Anne Boleyn, queen of Henry VIII, 242

Anne of Cleves, queen of Henry VIII, 242

Anne, Thos., 187

Ansell, John, 6

Anst, Hen., 25

Anstie:
-, B.W., 248, 258n
-, E. & W., Ltd., 258
-, F. E., 229
-, G., 52
-, G. W., and his w., 248
-, J. O., 259
-, John, s. of Ric. (fl. 1698), 258
-, John (d. 1830), 249, 256–8
-, Paul, 275 n
-, Ric. (fl. 1698), 258
-, Ric. (fl. 1728, ? the same), 256 n
-, fam., 248

Ansty, Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem, property of, 250–1

Appleshaw (Hants), ch., 290

Aragon, Cath. of, see Catherine

Archard (or Orchard), John, 311

architects, see Abington, L. J.; Architects' Design Unit; Baldwin, Thos.; Bowden, F. I.; Brinkworth, R. E.; Christian, Ewan; Clacey, N. E.; Comper, Ninian; Cundy, Thos.; Dutch, Jas.; Gabriel, S. B.; Gamble & Whichcord; Goodridge, H. E.; Hakewill, J. H.; Hill, Wm.; Ingleman, Ric.; Lawrence, Mr.; Mullens, Benoni; Newton, Ernest; Overton, Thos. Collins; Pearson, J. L.; Peniston, John; Pollard, —; Ponting, C. E. and Fred.; Randell, J. A.; Scott, Gilb.; Seddon, J. P.; Slater & Carpenter; Talman, Wm.; Teulon, S. S.; Weaver, Hen.; Williams-Ellis, Clough; Woodman, W. H.; Woodyer, Hen.; Wyatt, Benj., Jas., and T. H.

Architects' Design Unit (Devizes), 177

Armagh (Irel.), dean of, see Wood, Owen

Arnold:
-, Mary, see Flower
-, Thos., 179

Arundel:
-, earls of, 73–4; and see FitzAlan

Arundell:
-, Anne, see Wyndham
-, Jas. Everard, 208, 247
-, Jas. Everard, Ld. Arundell, 247

Ashburton:
-, Alex., Ld. Ashburton, see Baring
-, fam., 23

Ashlers Green, see Devizes

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, keeper, see Phillips, John

Ashton, Steeple, 99, 313

Ashurst, Wm., 185

assize of bread and ale, 4, 29, 68, 80, 170, 186, 201

Astley:
-, Francis Bickley, rector of Manningford Abbots, Everleigh, and Pitney, 111–12
-, Francis Dugdale (d. 1818), 111–12, 207–9
-, Sir Francis Dugdale (d. 1873), 207, 214
-, Sir John (d. 1771), 111
-, Sir John Dugdale (d. 1842), 107, 207
-, Sir John Dugdale (d. 1894), 111, 207
-, fam., 107, 110–11

Aston, Thos. of, 188

Athelhelm (fl. 892), 128

Athelstan, ealdorman of E. Anglia, 128

Atherton:
-, Wm. Fulbrook, 121
-, Wm. T. R., 121

Atkinson, Rob. Moulton, rector of Gt. Cheverell, 49–50, 52

Attewode, see Attwood

Attwell, Hugh, rector of St. Tew (Cornw.), 311

Attwood (Attewode):
-, John, 117
-, Ric., 256

Aubrey:
-, Clarice, 218
-, Hen., 218, 222
-, Maur., 218

Audley:
-, Hugh de, 43
-, Iseult de, see Ballon

Audley, Ld., see Tuchet

Aumale:
-, Reynold de, 89
-, Rob. de, 89

Aumale, ctss. of, see Forz

Aunay:
-, Alex. de (fl. late 12th cent.), 138, 140
-, Alex. de (d. 1275x9), 138, 143
-, Beatrice de, m. Ellis de Wroxale, 140
-, Fulk de, 138, 140
-, Godfrey de (d. c. 1258), 138, 140
-, Godfrey de (fl. 1285), 138
-, fam., 138

Australia: Brisbane, bp. of, see Tufnell, Edw. Wyndham

Austria, Archduke Ferdinand of, 261, 311
-, his w., 311

Avebury, 20
-, West Kennett, 117

Avon, riv. (Bristol Avon), 1, 48, 53, 72
-, watershed, 175

Avon, riv. (Christchurch Avon), 1, 14, 33–4, 60, 72, 107, 119, 126, 136–7, 146, 159, 175, 190, 205, 221
-, cleaning of, 38, 111
-, fords over, 113, 160, 204–5
-, royal fishery on, 7
-, watershed 175

Awdry:
-, Chas., 55, 88–9
-, Chas. Selwyn, 55, 58
-, Rob. Wm., 55
-, fam., 100

Axford:
-, Hen., 260
-, Isaac, 48
-, Jas., 48
-, Thos., 52
-, fam., 52

Aylesford, ctss. of, see Finch

Ayliffe, Thos., and his w. Joan, 63

B

Bacon:
-, Adam, 165
-, Joan, m. Wm. Noyes, 165
-, John (fl. 1325), 165
-, John (fl. 1397, ? another), 165
-, Nic., 165
-, Peter, 165
-, Ric., 165
-, Thos., 165
-, Wal., 165
-, fam., 165

Baddely, Ric., rector of Hilperton, 297

Baden:
-, And. (d. 1819), 219
-, And. (fl. 1862), 219–20
-, Edw. Smith, 219
-, Rob., 219

Badger, Thos., 291

Badlesmere:
-, Bart. of, and his w. Marg., 156
-, Giles of, 156

Bailey (Baily):
-, Chris., 63
-, E. H., sculptor, 290
-, Edw., 133
-, John, and his w. Margery, 63
-, Thos., 257 n
-, and see Bayley

Baker:
-, John (d. by 1544), 254
-, John (fl. 1551), 254

Baldric, Hugh s. of, see Hugh

Baldwin, Thos., architect, 130, 278

Ballard:
-, Edw., 128
-, Jane, see Rawkins

Ballon:
-, Emmeline de, m. Reynold FitzCount, 43
-, Hamelin de, 42–3, 49
-, Iseult de, w. of Wal., m. 2 Hugh de Audley, 43
-, John de (fl. 1207), 43
-, John de (d. c. 1275), 43
-, Reynold de (fl. 1190), 43
-, Reynold de (fl. 1288), 43, 49
-, Wal. de, 43
-, Wm. de, 42–3
-, fam., 44, 49

Banaster, see Banister

Banbury, earl of, see Knollys, Wm.

Bancroft, Thos., 287, 297, 302–3, 306, 313

Banister (Banaster):
-, Ralph, 246 n, 263 n
-, Mr., 249

Bank of England, 284

Banks, Francis, 165

Baptists and Anabaptists, 13, 19, 32, 40, 52, 76, 104, 125, 146, 159, 172, 188, 203, 213–14, 275, 294–8

Barbour, John, see Andrews

barge-building, 221

Baring, Alex., Ld. Ashburton, 23, 25

Barker, Wm., 45, 47

Barley:
-, Eliz., see Norwood
-, Hen., 63
-, Wm., 63

Barnard:
-, Bertha Mary, 117
-, J., 117
-, fam., 117

Barnes:
-, Hen., 116
-, John, 66
-, Wm. (fl. 1770), 116
-, Wm. (d. 1772, ? the same), 66

Barnet (Herts.), battle of, 216

Barnwell, C. E. B., vicar of Southbroom, 293

Barrass, Hen., 301

Barrett, Wm., 311

Barry, Rob. Smith, 64

Bartlett:
-, Edm., 217, 221–2
-, Edw., 217
-, Jas. (fl. 1666), bell-founder, 258
-, Jas. (fl. 1729), 50
-, John (d. 1585), 24, 217, 221
-, John (fl. 1702), 298
-, John (fl. 1729, ? another), 50
-, Wm., s. of John (d. 1585), 24
-, Wm., (fl. 1833), 47
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (fl. 1833), 47
-, fam., 67

Bartley:
-, John, 149
-, Susan, see Fowle

Basingstoke Canal, 221

Baskerville, Thos., and his w. Joan, 148

Basset (Bassett):
-, Ela, see Longespée
-, Elias, 45, 47
-, Fulk, bp. of London, 120, 163
-, Gilb., 4, 35, 120, 123, 162–3, 239– 40
-, Isabel, w. of Gilb, m. 2 Reynold de Mohun, 163
-, Phil., 120, 123, 163, 169, 239, 244

Bassingbourne, Alex. de, 239

Baster, —, fell-monger, 257

Basyng, Wm., 15

Batelscombe, Rob. de, 241 n

Bateson:
-, Helena S., 44, 51, 53
-, Sir Thos., Ld. Deramore, 279, 300

Bath (Som.), 96–7, 99, 179, 180, 188, 210, 228, 235, 248, 250, 278, 290, 294, 305
-, bp. of, see Reynold
-, gas supply, 283
-, road to London, 228, 261

Bath Guardian, 301

Bath Tramways, 99

Bath and Wells:
-, bps. of, see Burnell, Rob.; Stafford, John

Batt:
-, John (d. 1600), 253–4
-, John, s. of John (d. 1600), 255 n
-, Ric. (d. c. 1569), 253–5
-, Ric. (d. 1612), 255 n
-, fam., 255

Bavaria:
-, duke of, see William
-, dchss. of, see Lancaster, Maud

Bayford, Wm., 7

Bayley (Baylie, Bayly):
-, Edw. (fl. 1771), 297 n
-, Edw. (d. c. 1814), 77
-, Francis, rector of Woodborough, 223
-, Honour, m. Hen. Eyre (fl. 1722), 74
-, John, s. of Rob. (fl. 1545), 74
-, John (d. 1751), 73
-, Mary, w. of Rob. (d. by 1681), 76
-, Revd. P. L., 249
-, Ric. (fl. 1552), 73
-, Ric. (d. 1609, another), 73
-, Ric. (d. 1626), 74
-, Ric. (d. 1642), 73
-, Ric. (d. 1688), 73
-, Ric., s. of Ric. (d. 1688), 73
-, Ric. (d. 1790), 73
-, Rob. (fl. 1548), 73–5
-, Rob. (d. 1610), 74
-, Rob. (d. by 1681), 74, 76
-, Thos., rector of Manningford Bruce, 117
-, Wal., 253–4
-, —, 249
-, fam., 167
-, and see Bailey

Baynham, Sir Alex., 90

Baynton (Bayntun):
-, And., 30
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1545), 30, 87–8, 93, 95, 100, 102, 245–6, 263 n
-, Sir Edw. (fl. 1553), 25
-, Sir Edw (d. 1656), 228, 271
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1616), 88, 311
-, Hen. (fl. 1682), 274
-, Revd. Hen. (fl. 1829), 249
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1545), 87–8, 93, 102
-, John, 31, 87

Beal:
-, Hen., 256 n
-, Thos., 256 n

Beauchamp:
-, Anne (d. 1449), ctss. of Warwick, 216
-, Anne (d. 1492), ctss. of Warwick, m. Ric. Neville, earl of Warwick, 216
-, Cecily, w. of Hen., duke of Warwick, 216
-, Eliz., see Roche
-, Guy de, earl of Warwick (d. 1315), 216, 222
-, Guy de (d. 1360), 216, 218
-, Hen. de, duke of Warwick, 216
-, Joyce, 114
-, Maud, w. of Wm. de, earl of Warwick, 216, 222
-, Ric. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1439), 216, 222
-, Ric., bp. of Salisbury (d. 1481), 242, 245
-, Sir Ric., Ld. St. Amand (d. 1508), 23, 30–1, 242
-, Rog., Ld. Beauchamp, 241–2
-, Thos. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1369), 216, 222
-, Thos, de, earl of Warwick (d. 1401), 216, 222
-, Sir Wal., 78, 87, 89
-, Wm. de earl of Warwick, 216
-, fam., 31; and see Devizes, ch. of St. John (Beauchamp chap.)

Beauchamp, Lds., see Beauchamp, Rog.; Seymour, Edw.

Beaufort, John, marq. of Dorset, 216

Beaven (Beavan):
-, John, 260, 299
-, Sam., 257 n

Becconsall, Rob., bell-founder, 19

Bedborough, see Roundway

Bedfordshire, see Kempston

Bedwyn, Gt., 223

Beechingstoke ('Stoke'), 4–5, 14–19, 126
-, adv., 18
-, agric., 16–17
-, Bottle ('Botwell'), 14, 16–17, 222
-, Broad Street, 14–15, 17, 19, 128
-, chars., 19
-, ch., 18–19, 202, 212, 214, 223
-, cts., 17
-, dom. archit., 14–15
-, farms, 14–17
-, glebe, 18
-, inc., 17–18
-, man. and other estates, 15–16
-, man.-ho., 15
-, Marden earthwork, 14
-, mill, 16–17
-, nonconf., 9
-, par. officers, 17
-, Piccadilly, 14
-, pop., 14
-, prehist. remains, 14
-, Puckshipton, 15–17, 19, 121, 123, 209
-, ct., 17
-, man., 15–16
-, man.-ho., 16, 33
-, rectors, 18, 203, 214; and see Mayo, Chas. and John
-, rectory, 18
-, rectory-ho., 18
-, rly. sta., see Woodborough
-, roads, 14
-, schs., 19, 136, 214, 224
-, 'Stoke elm', 14
-, tithes, 18
-, 'tithing plot', 17, 19
-, water-meadows, 14, 17
-, woodland, 17

Beke:
-, Isabel, see Michell
-, Marmaduke, 79
-, Thos., 78–80

Bele, Wm., 185

Bell, Steph., 257n

bell-founders, see Bartlett, Jas. (fl. 1666); Becconsall, Rob.; Burrough, Jas.; Coney, Wm.; Cor, W. & R.; Llewellins & James; Lott, John; Purdue, Rog. and Wm.; Rudhall, Abraham and Thos.; Taylor, J.; Warner & Sons

bell-foundries, see Gloucester; London; Salisbury; Smethwick

Benet, see Bennett

Benger:
-, Anne (fl. 1573), m. 1 Thos. Smith, 2 Thos. Derby, 218
-, Anne (fl. c. 1601), 198
-, Edm., 196, 198
-, Eliz. O., 229
-, Geo. (d. 1614), 196
-, Geo. (d. c. 1679), 196
-, Geo. (d. c. 1732), 196
-, Jane, 198
-, John (fl. 1523), 196, 198, 218
-, John (d. 1547), 10–11
-, John (d. 1570), 196
-, John (fl. 1721), 196
-, John (fl. 1754, another), 196
-, Jos., 196
-, Marg., dau. of Mat., 198
-, Marg., w. of John (d. 1547), m. 2 Rob. Woodroff, 10
-, Mat., 196, 198
-, Ric. (fl. 1361), 196
-, Ric. (d. 1529), 218
-, Ric. (d. c. 1554), 196
-, Rob., 79
-, Sam., 214
-, Wm., 197
-, fam., 196, 201

Bennett (Benet, Bennet):
-, Ada, 306
-, Jane, see Hame
-, John, 180
-, Wal., 257 n
-, the Misses, 307

Bent, John, 187

Bentley (Staffs.), 114

Berkeley:
-, Hen., Ld. Berkeley, 115
-, John of, 195
-, Maur., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1506), 114– 15
-, Maur., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1523), 115
-, Nic. of, 195
-, Thos., Ld. Berkeley, 115
-, fam., 195–6

Berkham, Thos., rector of All Cannings, 30

Berks. & Hants Extension Railway, 3, 14, 54, 107, 113, 147, 155, 175, 206, 215, 228

Berkshire, see Abingdon; Aldermaston; Chilton; Ham; Harwell; Hungerford; Reading; Tilehurst; Windsor
-, Boxford, rector of, see Wells, John
-, Coleshill, vicar of, see Newton, John
-, Letcombe Bassett, rector of, see Lavington, Peter of

Berner:
-, Alice, m. Thos. Faringdon, 217
-, Joan, dau. of John (? d. c. 1385), 217
-, John (fl. 1331), 217
-, John (? d. c. 1385), and his w. Joan, 217
-, Marg., m. Peter Rivers, 217
-, fam., 217, 221

Berners:
-, Hen. de, 9, 129
-, Maud de, m. John son of Hugh, 9
-, fam., 8, 129

Bertie:
-, Cath., w. of Jas., m. 2 Francis Wroughton (d. 1722), 199
-, Eleanor, see Lee
-, Jas., Ld. Norreys, earl of Abingdon, 88, 92, 121, 139
-, Willoughby, earl of Abingdon (d. 1760), 121
-, Willoughby, earl of Abingdon (d. 1799), 85, 88, 97

Berwick:
-, Anne, m. Sir Thos. Wroughton, 194
-, Dorothy, w. of John, 194
-, Gilb. of, 241
-, Hugh of, 89
-, John, 188, 194, 198, 202–3, 307

Bidwell:
-, Eliz., 306
-, the Misses, 249

Biggs:
-, Ann, 313
-, Jas., 296
-, John, 75
-, R. W., 306
-, Ric., 306

Billett, Thos., 300

Bing, see Byng

Bird:
-, Isabel, w. of John, 78, 80–1
-, John, 78, 80
-, Wm., 149, 152

Birmingham, 247

Bishop, Mrs., 101

Bishop's Cannings, see Cannings

Bishop's Hull, see Hull

Bishop's Rowborough, see Rowborough

Bishopstone (Ramsbury Hund.), prebendary of, see Inkpen, Peter

Bisse, Joan, 313

Black Dog, see Lavington, Market

Blackborrow:
-, Hen., 254
-, Thos., 254

Blackman:
-, And., 49
-, Eleanor, see Tropenell

Blackwell, John, 235 n

Blagdon, Ann, 313

Blake:
-, Edw., 100
-, Ric., 87, 93, 100
-, Rob., 87

Bliss:
-, Revd. Jas., 125
-, fam., 118

Blisworth (Northants.), rector of, see Yates, Jonathan

Blois, Chas. of, 269
-, children of, 242, 269

Blouett, see Bluet

Blount:
-, And., 91
-, Geof. (fl. 1194), 74
-, Geof. (d. 1280), 74–5
-, Geof. (d. by 1363), 9–10, 74
-, John, 91
-, Marg., m. Wal. of Frampton, 74
-, Peter, 78, 80
-, Ric. (fl. 1255), 74
-, Ric. (d. c. 1333), 74
-, Rob., 89
-, Wm., 89–90
-, fam., 76, 91

Bluet (Blouett):
-, John, 241 n
-, Ralph, 249
-, Rog., 140

Bohun:
-, Edw. de, 163, 208
-, Eleanor de, m. Thos. of Woodstock, earl of Buckingham, 163, 207
-, Hen. de, earl of Hereford, 62, 207
-, Humph. de (fl. early 12th cent.), 73, 207–8
-, Humph. de (d. by 1166), 62, 73, 207, 211
-, Humph. de (fl. late 12th cent.), 207
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford (d. 1275), 207–8, 211–12
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford (d. 1322), 208
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford (d. 1361), 163, 208
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford (d. 1373), 62, 163, 207
-, Joan, w. of Humph. de, earl of Hereford (d. 1373), 207
-, John de (fl. 1265), 207
-, John de (d. c. 1292, another), 4, 208, 211
-, Marg., w. of Edw. de, 163
-, Marg., w. of Humph. de (d. by 1166), see Gloucester
-, Mary de, m. Hen., duke of Lancaster, later Henry IV, 62, 163, 207
-, Maud, w. of Hen., earl of Hereford, m. 2 Rog. Dauntsey, 207
-, Maud, w. of Humph., earl of Hereford (d. 1275), 207
-, Maud de, see Salisbury
-, fam., 211

Boke, Wm., 309

Boleyn, Anne, see Anne

Bolton, duke of, see Paulet, Chas.

Bonar Law:
-, And., 62
-, Isabel, m. Maj-Gen. Sir Fred. Sykes, 62

Bond, Alice, 47

Bonezboz, Rob. de, 120

Bonner, G. D., 229

Booth:
-, Barbara, m. Geo. Vaughan, 149
-, Christine, see Unwin
-, John, 149
-, Thos. (fl. before 1618), 149
-, Thos. (fl. 1650, another), 149

Borard:
-, Hawise, see Wroxale
-, Joan, m. Thos. Reynes, father of Ralph (d. by 1310), 140
-, Ric. de, 140
-, Simon de (fl. 1217), 140
-, Simon de (fl. 1261, another), 140

Boscombe, fam., 115

Botoner, Peter, 110

Botreaux:
-, Marg., Baroness Botreaux, m. Rob., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1459), 43, 49, 55, 91, 139
-, Mary, Baroness Botreaux, m. Edw., Ld. Hastings, 55, 92, 139
-, Wm., Ld. Botreaux, 55

Bottle, see Beechingstoke

Bottlesford, see Manningford Bohune

'Botwell', see Beechingstoke, Bottle

Boughton (Northants.), 164

Boulter, fam., 57

Boulton:
-, V. C. & Co., 257
-, Wm., 52

Bourman, Francis, 271

Bourne, Rob., Wm., and his w. Henrietta L., 49

Bournemouth (Hants), 310

Bouverie, see Des Bouverie; PleydellBouverie

Boveincurt:
-, Guy de, 43
-, Rob., 43

Bowden, F. I., architect, 105

Bower:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Calley (d. 1660), 91, 94
-, Joshua, 248
-, Wm. (fl. 1596), 91, 94
-, Wm. (d. 1645), and his w. Eliz., 91–2

Bowman, Edw., 256

Box:
-, Ric., 259
-, Wm., 99, 258–9
-, fam., 89 n, 99

Box, 91, 244, 290

Boxford (Berks.), rector of, see Wells, John

Boyle, Hen., Ld. Carleton, 177

Brabant, R. H., 229

Brackenbury, Ric., 246

Bradenstoke Priory, 73, 75, 121, 123, 194, 196–8, 201–2, 250
-, gallows, 191
-, priors, 4, 75, 121, 123, 196, 198, 201, 203

Bradford-on-Avon:
-, char., 63, 66–7, 69
-, inns, 260

Bragg, Messrs. T. & J., 279

Branch and Dole Hundred, 3

Brasenose College, Oxford, principal, 144; and see Yate, Thos.

Brasyere, John, 253

Bratton, 240
-, chap., 52

Bray, Dr. Chas., 300

Brazil, 300

Breach, the, see Devizes

Brede, Cath., 254

Brende:
-, Simon, 140
-, Thos., 140

Brereton, Francis, rector of Alton Barnes, 13

Brethren, 189, 296–9

Bretland:
-, Cath., 149
-, Geo., 149
-, John (d. 1654), 149
-, John (d. 1658), 149
-, Lawr., 149
-, Reg., 149

Brett, Art., vicar of Market Lavington, 102

Breuse:
-, Agnes, 114
-, Beatrice, w. of Thos. (d. 1361), 114
-, Beatrice, dau. of Thos. (d. 1361), 114
-, Bertha de, see Gloucester
-, Geo., 114
-, John, 114
-, Marg. de, w. of Thos. (d. 1395), 117
-, Mary de, w. of Wm. (d. 1290–1), 114, 116
-, Peter de, 114
-, Rob. de, 10
-, Thos. de (d. 1361), 114
-, Thos. de (d. 1395), 114, 117
-, Wm. de (fl. 1086), 10
-, Wm. de (fl. c. 1143), 62
-, Wm. de (d. 1290–1), 114–15
-, fam., 113

Brewer (Briwere):
-, Marg., m. Wm. de la Ferté, 89
-, Wm. (d. 1226), 89–90, 238 n, 239
-, Wm. (d. 1232), 89

brewing, 3, 99, 169, 258–9; and see malting

Brian, Hen., rector of Beechingstoke, 18

brick-making, 3, 47, 57, 59, 82, 89 n, 98–9, 132, 155, 184, 221, 236, 260

Brideoake, Dr. Ralph, dean of Salisbury, 68

Bridport (Dors.), 164

Brighton (Suss.), 314

Brinkworth:
-, Pain de la, see Lee
-, R. E., architect, 305

Brisbane, bp. of, see Tufnell, Edw. Wyndham

Brismar (fl. T.R.E.), 206, 209

Bristol, 112, 185, 229, 287, 290, 296 n, 297, 313
-, cathedral chapter, 69, 121, 123–4
-, mkt., 184
-, port, 253

Bristow:
-, Wm., 257 n
-, —, 251

Britford, vicar of, 59

Brittany, Hervey of, 238

Britton:
-, John, 264
-, Maur., 300

Briwere, see Brewer

Broad Street, see Beechingstoke

Broad Town, see Clyffe Pypard

Broad Well, see Alton Barnes

Broadbury Banks, see Wilsford

Bromham, 249, 311–12
-, Bromham Ho., 228, 245
-, Tocotes chap., 30 n

Brooke, Brig. Oliver, and his w., 44

Brooks:
-, Ric. (fl. 1716–19), 256 n
-, Ric. (fl. 1743, ? the same), 257

Broughton (Northants.), 92

Broughton Gifford, 240, 296

Brouncker:
-, Hen., 49, 102
-, Wm. (d. 1596), 49
-, Wm. (fl. 1609, c. 1622), 48–9

Brown (Browne):
-, A. J., 123
-, Cath., w. of Ric. (d. c. 1592), 63
-, Charlotte, 310–11
-, Edw., 107, 109–10
-, Eleanor, w. of Edw., 107
-, H., 247
-, Ric. (d. c. 1592), 63
-, Ric., s. of Ric. (d. c. 1592), 63
-, Thos. (fl. 1569), 122
-, Thos. (fl. 1720), 249
-, Wm., 249

Brown & May Ltd., 249, 259, 283

Brownsmith, John, 253

Bruce:
-, Chas., earl of Ailesbury, 177
-, Thos., earl of Ailesbury, 177

Bruges:
-, Gifford Holloway, 65
-, Hen., 46
-, Thos. Harris, 44, 46
-, Wm., 65
-, fam., 17, 290

Bruyne, Maur., 99

Buckingham, dukes of, see Stafford, Edw., Hen., and Humph.

Buckinghamshire, see Chequers; Eton College

Budd, W., 296 n

building industry, 184, 259–60

Bunce, J. S., 296

Bupton, see Clyffe Pypard

Burcombe:
-, John, 165
-, Sam., 165

Burderop (in Chiseldon), 94
-, Burderop Ho., 93 n

Burdon:
-, Agnes, w. of Thos., m. 2 Ric. Watts, 148
-, Eliz., 148
-, John (fl. 1523, c. 1540), 24, 26
-, John (fl. after 1567), 149
-, Thos., 148
-, Wm. (d. c. 1502), 148
-, Wm. (fl. 1567), 149
-, fam., 147–8

Burges (Burgess):
-, Dr. J. H., rector of Devizes, 289, 291
-, John, 66

Burgh:
-, Hubert de, 240–1, 289
-, Ric. de, earl of Ulster, 222
-, Wal. de, 239

Burghersh:
-, Bart. (d. 1355), 156
-, Bart. (d. 1369), and his w. Marg., 156
-, Eliz., m. Edw. le Despenser, 156
-, Hen., bp. of Lincoln, 156
-, Marg., w. of Bart. (d. 1369), 156

Burley (Burleigh):
-, Eleanor, 97
-, Eliz., 90
-, Geo., 89–90
-, Hen., 94
-, Jane, 89–90, 97
-, John (fl. 1487), 246 n, 263 n
-, John (fl. 1615), 90
-, Ric., 91, 94
-, fam., 90

Burn, J. H., rector of Gt. Cheverell, 49

Burnell:
-, Hugh, 43
-, Joan, w. of Thos. (formerly Haudlo), m. 2 Reynold de Cobham, 43
-, Margery, m. Edm. Hungerford, 43, 49
-, Maud (d. c. 1316), w. of Phil., 43, 49
-, Maud (d. by 1337), m. John de Haudlo, 43
-, (formerly Haudlo), Nic., 43
-, Phil., 43, 49
-, Rob., bp. of Bath and Wells, 43, 49
-, (formerly Haudlo), Thos., 43

Burney, Fanny, 261

Burrey (Burry):
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Hedges, 25
-, John, 25
-, Valentine, 28–9
-, Wm., 25
-, Worthy, 157

Burrough (Burroughs, Burrows):
-, Jas., bell-founder, 258, 290
-, T., 301
-, Wm., 301

Burry, see Burrey

Burt, H. and J., 258

Burton:
-, Col. Francis Plunkett, 73
-, Sarah Charlotte Eliz., see SawbridgeErle-Drax

Busfield:
-, Anne (d. 1722), see Nicholas
-, Anne (fl. after 1762), m. John Rowland Desse, 115
-, John, 115
-, Nic., 115
-, Oliver, 115, 117
-, Thos., 115

Bushell:
-, Thos. (d. by 1591), 165
-, Thos. (fl. 1591, another), 165

Bussel, Wm., and his w. Agnes, 74

Butcher:
-, Chas., 44
-, Gabriel, 257 n
-, Geo. J., 110
-, Hen., 279

Butler:
-, Dan., 211
-, John (fl. late 19th cent.), 211
-, John (fl. 1919, ? another), 207
-, Sir Reg., 248, 260
-, Thos., 43
-, fam., 248

Butterfield, Edm., 243 n

Button:
-, Ambrose, 218
-, Edw., 218
-, Hen., 218
-, John (fl. 1521), 16, 197, 209, 220
-, John (d. by 1602), and his w. Eleanor, 165
-, Sir John (fl. 1680), 11
-, John (fl. 1709), 222
-, Wm. (d. 1547), 10, 18, 123, 197, 209, 217, 219–20
-, Wm. (d. 1591), 10, 12, 16, 123, 217– 18, 221–2
-, Wm. (d. 1599), 16–17, 209, 217
-, Wm. (d. 1654), 197, 217–18, 220
-, fam., 18, 123, 219

Byfleet (Surr.), rector of, see Duck, Steph.

Byng (Bing):
-, Eliz., 63
-, Rob., rector of Devizes and of All Cannings, 31, 285, 288

C

Cadley (in Savernake), 211

Caen (Calvados, France), abbey, 91

Caen Hill, see Devizes

Caird, R. H., 250

Caldecut, Thos., 195–6

Calley:
-, Anne, see Bower
-, Oliver (d. 1715), 94
-, Oliver (d. 1774), 94
-, Thos. Browne, 94
-, Thos. Bullock, 94
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1641), 94
-, Wm. (d. 1660), 91, 94
-, Wm. (d. 1670), 94
-, Wm. (d. 1775), 94
-, fam., 91, 94

Calne, 153, 252, 307
-, chant., 251
-, hosp., 240

Calstone:
-, Sir Rog., 148
-, Wal. of, 148

Calstone Wellington, 240

Cambridge, Colborne, 99

Cambridge University, see King's College; Queens' College

Cambridgeshire: Ely, bp. of, see Niel

Campbell, R. J., 295

canals, see Basingstoke; Kennet & Avon

candle-making, 272

Cannings:
-, John of, 6
-, Mrs., 105

Cannings, All, 4–5, 17, 20–33, 71–2, 151, 154, 217
-, adv., 30
-, agric., 26–8
-, All Cannings Cross, 20, 26
-, Allington, q.v.
-, chant., 30–1
-, chars., 32–3, 76
-, ch., 25, 30–2, 33, 76
-, ct., 29
-, dom., archit., 21
-, Etchilhampton Water, 20, 29, 72
-, fair, see Allington, Tan Hill
-, farms, 23, 25–9
-, field system, 20
-, Fullaway, 20–1, 30, 155
-, agric., 29
-, farm, 25, 29, 155
-, pop., 21, 155
-, Stert Ho., 21, 155
-, tithes, 30
-, glebe, 30, 76
-, green, the, 21
-, inc., 26–8, 30
-, mans. and other estates, 23–5, 151
-, map, 22
-, mills, 29
-, nonconf., 32
-, pl.-name, 20
-, pop., 21, 23, 193
-, prebend, 25, 30
-, prebendal estate, 25–6, 30
-, prebendaries, 25
-, prehist. remains, 20; and see (both s.v. Cannings, All) All Cannings Cross and Rybury Camp
-, rectors, 30–2, 76; and see Gough, Hugh
-, rectory, 25–6, 30
-, rectory-ho., 30
-, Rybury Camp, 20, 26–7
-, schs., 32, 76
-, tithes, 25–6, 30, 76
-, tithingmen, 6, 29

Cannings, Bishop's, 20, 104, 225, 245, 247, 251, 287, 307, 314
-, chap., 292
-, Coate, 240
-, Horton, 240, 299
-, man., 238, 251
-, Shepherd's Shore, 281
-, tan-ho., 254
-, tithes, 292
-, vicar, 292

Cannings Hundred, 225

Canterbury, abps. of, see Laud; Reynold; Theobald

Capital and Counties Bank, 260

Cardiff, Wm. of, 238 n

Cardmaker:
-, Ric., 287
-, Thos., 288

Carey, Edw., 93

Carleton, Ld., see Boyle

Carlisle, bp. of, see Everdon

Caroline, queen of George II, 34

Carpenter:
-, Edw., 66
-, Ric., 249
-, Thos., 121

Carter:
-, Frank L., 50
-, John, 63
-, Thos., 259
-, Wm., 64

Cashel (Tipperary, Irel.), abp. of, see Lawrence, Ric.

Casterley Camp, see Upavon

Castle Combe:
-, barony, 156
-, rector, see Flower, Rog.

Catherine, queen of Henry V, 163, 208

Catherine of Aragon, queen of Henry VIII, 242, 265, 269

Catherine Howard, queen of Henry VIII, 128, 242

Catherine Parr, queen of Henry VIII, 242

Cats Brain hill (way), see Newnton, North

Caulfield:
-, Edw. Warren, 18
-, fam., 19

Cavendish Land Co., 23

Central Flying Sch., see Upavon, R.A.F. sta.

Central Wiltshire Bacon Co., 260

Cenwold, thegn, 148

Cerne, Hen. of, 12

Chalfield, Gt., 68

Challenor, Sir Thos., 163

Chamberlain:
-, Abraham (d. c. 1651), 63
-, Abraham, s. of Abraham (d. c. 1651), 63
-, Chas., 211

Champion, Jos., 107

Chandler:
-, Chas., 68
-, Dan., 68
-, John (fl. 1545), 197
-, John (fl. after 1629), 197
-, John (d. 1684, another), 197
-, Mary, w. of Wm., 47
-, Nic., 197
-, Ric. (fl. 1236), 74
-, Ric. (d. by 1281, another), 74
-, Ric. (fl. 1316), 74
-, Ric. (d. c. 1582), 50
-, Thos. (d. 1629), 197
-, Thos. (d. 1781), 219–20
-, Thos. (d. c. 1879), 298
-, Thos. (fl. 1903), 68
-, Wm., 47, 220
-, fam., 47, 203

Chandler & Co., maltsters, 259

chantries, see Calne; Cannings, All; Cheverell, Little; Devizes (chs.); Edington; Lavington, Market; Urchfont

Chapman:
-, E. F., 50
-, Jas., 50
-, John, rector of Beeching stoke, 18

Chard:
-, Eliz., see Tropenell
-, Wm., 49

Charles I, 115

Charles II, 114, 229

Charlotte, queen of George III, 229, 261

Charlton, Nat., rector of Woodborough and Bishop's Hull (Som.), 223

Charlton, 4–5, 33–40, 129, 141
-, adv., 38, 144
-, agric., 36–8
-, bridge, 34
-, chap., 39
-, chars., 40
-, ch., 38–40, 164, 170
-, Cleeve Hill, 33–4, 37
-, cts., 38
-, dom. archit., 34
-, Duck's feast, 40; and see Duck, Steph.
-, farms, 34–8
-, field systems, 33–4
-, firing ranges, 33
-, inc., 37
-, inn (Charlton Cat), 34, 40
-, man. and other estates, 34–6, 141
-, man.-ho., 35
-, nonconf., 40
-, pl.-name, 33
-, pop., 34
-, prehist. remains, 33–4
-, rectory, 38, 167
-, roads, 34
-, Rom. remains, 33
-, sch., 40, 146
-, South's trust, 39
-, tithes, 39
-, vicarage, 38–9, 133–4, 144, 212
-, vicarage-ho., 39
-, vicars, 38–9, 170; and see Upavon, Mic. of
-, water-meadows, 34, 37

Charpville:
-, Joan, 218
-, Laur., 218
-, Wm. (d. c. 1329), 218–19
-, Wm. (d. 1330), 218

Chartists, see Devizes

Chatham, earl of, see Pitt, Wm.

Chaucey:
-, Marion, 39
-, Wm., 39–40

Chauncey:
-, Ichabod, 296 n
-, Isaac, rector of Woodborough, 223
-, Nat., 295 n, 296

Chaworth:
-, Gundreda of, see Ferté
-, Maud of (fl. 1086), see Hesdin
-, Maud of (fl. 1315), m. Hen., earl of Lancaster, 89
-, Pain of (fl. 12th cent.), 89
-, Pain (d. 1278), 89
-, Pat. of (fl. c. 1086), 54
-, Pat. (d. 1257), 89
-, Pat. (d. 1315), 89
-, Sibyl of, m. Wal. of Salisbury, 54

Chaz, Ilbert de, 73

Cheeter, John, 299

Cheney, see Cheyney

Chequers (Bucks.), 247

Cherhill, man., 216

Cherrington, see Chirton

Cheshire, see Longendale

Chester, steward of, see Mohaut, Rob. de

Cheverell:
-, Alex. (fl. 1166), 54
-, Sir Alex. (d. c. 1260), 55
-, Sir Alex. (d. c. 1310), 55, 59
-, Joan, m. 1 John St. Lo (d. c. 1314), 2 Nic. Pyk, 55
-, Sir John, 55
-, fam., 55, 59

Cheverell, Gt., 1, 3, 5, 41–53, 54, 100, 105
-, adv., 49, 58
-, agric., 45–8
-, chars., 50–3
-, ch., 49–51, 58
-, cts., 46, 48
-, dom. archit., 42, 113
-, farms, 41–2, 44, 46–8, 50
-, firing ranges, 48
-, fulling-mill, 46, 48
-, glebe, 47, 50, 52
-, Green, the, 41–2, 47, 49, 52
-, horticulture, 48
-, inc., 46–7, 50, 53
-, inds.:
-, bricks, 47
-, cloth, 46
-, edge-tools, 3, 47–8
-, mill machinery, 47
-, sheep-bells, 47
-, and see (both s.v. Cheverell, Gt.) mills and malt-ho.
-, malt-ho., 47
-, mans. and other estates, 42–5
-, man.-hos., 44–5
-, mills, 46–8
-, iron-mill, 48
-, nonconf., 51–2
-, pl.-name, 41
-, poor-relief, 48–9
-, pop., 41
-, prehist. remains, 41
-, rectors, 47, 49–52; and see Stonhouse, Sir Jas.
-, rectory, 49
-, rectory-ho., 50
-, roads, 41–2
-, Rom. remains, 41
-, sch., 52–3, 60
-, streets, 42
-, tithes, 47, 49–50
-, Townsend, 41–2, 47
-, vicars, 49
-, woodland, 47

Cheverell, Little, 1, 3, 5, 46, 53–60, 100, 105
-, adv., 49, 58
-, agric., 55–7
-, brick-kiln, 57, 59
-, chant., 55, 59–60
-, ch., 58–60
-, cts., 58
-, Dairy, 57
-, dom. archit., 54
-, farms, 56–7, 59
-, firing range, 54
-, glebe, 56–9
-, Hawkswell spring, 54–6, 58
-, inc., 53, 56–9
-, malt-ho., 58
-, man., 54–5
-, man.-ho., 55
-, mill, 58
-, nonconf., 60
-, par. officers, 58
-, pop., 54
-, rectors, 50, 56–60; and see Gough, Hugh
-, rectory, 58
-, rectory-ho., 54, 58–9
-, roads, 54
-, schs., 60
-, tithes, 57–9
-, woodland, 54

Cheyney (Cheney):
-, Gillian, see Paulton
-, Joan, see Pavely
-, John (fl. 1474), 195
-, John (fl. c. 1600), 195
-, John (d. 1643), 195
-, John (d. 1664), 195
-, John (d. 1681), 195
-, Sir Ralph, 35, 44
-, Simon, 197
-, Thos. (d. 1590), 195
-, Thos. (d. 1742), 196
-, Thos. (fl. 1759), 197
-, fam., 197

Chichester (Suss.), cathedral, 30

Child, Sir Francis, 229

Chilmark, 290

Chilton (Berks.), 223

Chilton Foliat, 284

Chinnock, Miss, 105

Chippenham, 99
-, forest, 238–9, 241
-, inns, 260
-, mkt., 264
-, road through, 228
-, Rom. Cath., 294
-, taxation, 256

Chirton (Cherrington), 4, 60–71, 125, 203
-, adv., 69
-, agric., 65–8
-, chap., 63
-, chars., see Conock
-, ch., 69–71
-, Conock, q.v.
-, cts., 68–9
-, dom. archit., 61
-, farms, 62–3, 66, 68
-, firing ranges, 61, 67
-, gallows, 4, 68
-, glebe, 65, 70
-, inc., 65–6, 70
-, maltings, 68
-, man. and other estates, 62–3, 65
-, man.-hos., 62–3
-, mill, 68
-, nonconf., 71
-, par. officers, 69
-, poor-relief, 69
-, pop., 61
-, prehist. remains, 61
-, rectory, 65
-, rly. sta., 61
-, roads, 61
-, schs., 71, 125
-, tithes, 65, 69–70
-, trades, 68
-, vicarage, 69, 124
-, vicarage-ho., 61, 70
-, vicars, 69–71, 124; and see Hobbs, Nic.
-, woodland, 67

Chiseldon, see Burderop

Chisenbury, West, see Netheravon

Chisenbury Warren, see Enford

Chitham, Sir Chas., 50–1

Chiver, Frances, m. Hen. Vince, 92

Chivers, W. E., & Son, 99, 259, 303

Chivers Vince, see Vince

Chobham (Surr.), 237

Christ Church, Oxford, 38–40, 92, 102, 105, 133, 144, 212
-, canon of, see South, Dr. Rob.

Christian, Ewan, architect, 89, 103

Church, fam., see Lavington

Church Association (later Church Society Trust), 111

church-houses, see Devizes, ch. of St. Mary; Urchfont

Churchill, Vct., see Spencer, Victor A. F. C.

Chute:
-, Chaloner (d. 1659), 247
-, Chaloner (d. 1666), 247

Chute Forest, 159, 166

Cirencester (Glos.), 122, 228

Civil War, see Devizes

Clacey, N. E., architect, 213

Clappen, R. J., 247

Clare, Wm., 249

Clarence, duke of, see George

Clarice:
-, Gillian, see Provender
-, John, father of John (fl. 1329), 24, 141
-, John (fl. 1329), 141
-, John (fl. 1350, ? another), 141

Clark (Clarke):
-, Jacob, 248
-, John (fl. 1513), see Adams
-, John (fl. 1669), 298
-, John (fl. 1725), 256 n
-, L. W. J., 73
-, Martha, 294
-, Nic., 90
-, Thos., rector of Manningford Abbots, 111–12
-, Wm., 90
-, Mr., 299

Clary, Clare, 36

Claston, John, 184

Claverley, John, and his w. Joan, 218

Clayton & Bell, 118

Cleather, Revd. G. P., 71

Cleavely, John, rector of Beechingstoke, 18

Cleeve Hill, see Charlton

Clench, see Milton Lilbourne

Clevedon:
-, Alice, w. of John (d. by 1443), 217
-, Eliz., m. John More, 217
-, Geo., 217
-, Isabel, m. Rob. Whiting, 217
-, Jane, m. Wm. Hillersdon or Hyndeston, 217
-, John (d. by 1387), 217, 219
-, John (d. by 1443), 24, 217–18
-, John (d. 1477), 217, 221
-, John, s. of John (d. 1477), 217
-, Mary, m. Wm. Smith, 217
-, Mat., 217
-, fam., 217, 221

Cleaves, Anne of, see Anne

Clift:
-, Job, 128–9, 136
-, John (d. 1829), 25, 128–9, 131, 133
-, John (d. 1857), 27, 220–1
-, Wm., 25

clock-making, 68, 184–5, 258

cloth industry, see textile industry

Clough, A. H., 128–9

Clyffe Hall, see Lavington, Market

Clyffe Pypard:
-, Broad Town, 82
-, Bupton, 240

Coate, see Cannings, Bishop's

Cobham:
-, Joan, see Burnell
-, Reynold de, 43

Cok:
-, John, 165
-, Reynold, 90
-, Rog., 165
-, Simon, 165
-, Wm., 165
-, fam., 165; and see Cook

Cole:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Paulet (fl. 1631), 23
-, Joan, 23
-, Miss, 307

Coleman:
-, A., 48
-, J. M., 44

Coleshill (Berks.), vicar of, see Newton, John

Colfe's Grammar Sch., Lewisham, headmaster of, see Williams, Wm.

Colingbourne:
-, Joan, 218
-, John, 218
-, fam., 218

Collier, Mary, 287, 312

Collingbourne Kingston, rector of, see Parsons, Bart.

Collins:
-, John (d. 1538), rector of Rushall, 145
-, John (fl. 1771), 230

Colston, Edw., 293

Combe (Cumbe):
-, Adam de, vicar of Upavon, 171
-, John de, 91
-, Ralph de, 91

Comper, Sir Ninian, architect, 294

Compton:
-, Eliz., 182, 189
-, Hen., 182
-, John Townsend, 180, 182

Compton Bassett, rector of, see Keymes, Wal.

Coney, Wm., bell-founder, 290

Congregationalists, 13, 104, 295, 297–8

Conigre chap., see Trowbridge

Conock (in Chirton), 4–5, 61–2 agric., 66–7
-, chap., 64–5
-, chars., 71
-, clock-maker, 68
-, Conock Old Manor, 65
-, cts., 68–9
-, dom. archit., 61–2, 65
-, farms, 61, 64, 67, 68
-, glebe, 65, 70
-, inc., 65, 67
-, man. and other estates, 63–5, 69, 71
-, man.-ho., 33, 61, 64, 67, 71
-, nonconf., 71
-, prehist. remains, 61
-, tithes, 44, 65, 69
-, woodland, 67

Conyger, Little and Upper, see Devizes

Cook:
-, Geo., 157
-, John, 185
-, and see Cok

Cooksey:
-, Alice, w. of Hugh, m. 2 Sir And. Ogard, 114
-, Eliz., see Greville
-, Hugh, 114
-, Thos., see Greville

Coole:
-, Peter, 257 n
-, Wm., 298

Cooper (Cowper):
-, John (d. c. 1562), 165
-, John (fl. 1721), 157
-, John (d. c. 1805), 296
-, Nat., vicar of Chirton, 70
-, Thos., 165

Cope:
-, Jonathan, 149
-, Susan, see Fowle

Cor:
-, W. & R., bell-founders, 71, 112, 292
-, Wm., 290

Cornwall, see Launceston
-, St. Tew, rector of, see Attwell, Hugh

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 15– 17

Corsham, 244

Cosset, see Urchfont

Cotel:
-, Ellis (fl. 1290 X 1301), 195, 203
-, Ellis (fl. 1327, another), 195–6
-, Ric., 195
-, Rob., 195
-, Wal., 196
-, Wm. (fl. 1249), 196
-, Wm. (d. by 1324, another), 195
-, fam., 195–6, 200

Cotteleye:
-, John, 78, 80
-, Nic., 78

Cotter, Sir Delaval J. A., 44

Cotton:
-, Sir John Hinde (d. 1752), 207
-, Sir John Hinde (d. 1795), 207

Coulston, East, 50, 55

county court, see Devizes; Wilton

Courteney:
-, Marg., see St. Lo
-, Sir Peter, 55

Coutances (Manches, France), Geof., bp. of, 195

Coventry:
-, John, father of John (d. by 1475), 287
-, John (d. by 1475), 287, 307–8
-, John (? another), and his w., 288
-, Thos., 308
-, Wm., 287, 308
-, —, 311

Coward, fam., 293

Cowper, see Cooper

Cox, Thos., 302

Crammer, the, see Devizes

Crapon, Thos., vicar of Stanton St. Bernard, 154

Craven:
-, Fulwar, 195
-, John (fl. 1750s), 195
-, John (fl. 1805), 195
-, L. F. J. C., 195
-, fam., 200

Crawley (Hants), rector of, see Tomlins, Sam.

Crees, Sidney, 27

Cresselin, Isaac s. of, see Isaac

Creswick, Sam., vicar of Marden and dean of Wells, 124

Crocher:
-, (or White), John, 123
-, Maud, see White
-, Rob., 123

Croke:
-, Sir Rob., 247
-, Susan, see Vanlore

Cromhale, Ric., 43

Cromwell, Oliver, Ld. Protector, 222, 229, 245

Crook:
-, Benj., and his w. Jane, 158
-, H. J. C., vicar of Upavon, 171, 173

Crookwood, see Urchfont

Cross Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 260

Crossley, Lady, 59

Crowe:
-, Wm., rector of Alton Barnes, 13
-, Mr., 249

Cruickshank, Geo., 83

Cruttwell, Ric., 94

Cullum:
-, John, and his w. Anne, 218
-, Thos., 218
-, fam., 221

Cumbe, see Combe

Cumberland: Carlisle, bp. of, see Everdon

Cumberton, Wm., rector of Rushall, 145

Cundy, Thos., architect, 60

Cunnington:
-, Alf., 230
-, Benj. Howard, 230, 257 n
-, Edw., 257
-, Hen., 230, 257
-, Maud Edith, see Pegge
-, Wm. (d. 1810), 230, 257
-, Wm. (d. 1846), 169, 230, 257
-, Wm. (d. 1906), 230, 252, 257

Curll, John, 63, 67

Curnick, J., 23

Cusin, Hawise, 15

D

Dachenhausen, Augustus Fred. von, and his w. Jane, 132, 196

dairy products, manufacture of, 260

Danby, earl of, see Danvers, Hen.

Daniel:
-, Edw., 288
-, Joan, 288
-, Thos., 143–4

Danvers:
-, Anne, w. of Sir John (d. 1514), see Stradlyng
-, Anne, m. Sir Henry Lee, 88, 92, 120, 139
-, Sir Chas. (d. 1601), 120
-, Chas. (fl. 1684), 273
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John (d. 1655), see Dauntsey
-, Eliz., w. of Rob. (formerly 1 Wright, 2 Villiers), 88, 139
-, Hen., earl of Danby (d. 1644), 92, 120, 139, 208
-, Hen. (d. 1654), 88, 139
-, Sir John (d. 1514), 120
-, Sir John (d. 1594), 120, 246
-, Sir John (d. 1655), 88, 92, 120
-, (formerly 1 Wright, 2 Villiers), Rob., 88, 139
-, Silvester, 120

Daubeny, Phil., 87, 239

Dauntsey:
-, Ambrose, 45
-, Eliz., m. John Eyre (d. 1581), 180
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Danvers (d. 1655), 88
-, Gilb., 207
-, Joan, m. Sir John Stradlyng, 120
-, Sir John (d. 1391), 120, 207
-, John (d. 1405), 120
-, Sir John (d. 1631), 5, 45, 88, 100
-, Maud, see Bohun
-, Ric. (fl. 1257), 207
-, Ric. (fl. 1344), and his w. Joan, 207
-, Rog., 207
-, Wal., 120
-, Wm., 87, 92

Dauntsey, rector of, 212

Dauntsey's Sch., see Lavington, West

Davenant, John, bp. of Salisbury, 49

Davenport:
-, Martha, see Talbot
-, Revd. Wm., 35, 37

Davis (Davies):
-, Jas., 229
-, Ric., 34
-, Miss, 306
-, Mr., 301

Daw (Dawe):
-, H. W., 23
-, Rob., 307

Dawson, Rob., 298

Deacon:
-, Alice, 197
-, Hen. (fl. 1682), 197
-, Hen. (d. 1757), 196–7
-, Hugh, 197
-, John, 197

'Dead Drummer', legend, 83

Delamaine, Edw., 146

Denys, Hen., and his w. Grace, 185

Deramore, Ld., see Bateson, Sir Thos.

Derby:
-, Anne, see Benger
-, Thos., 218

Derby, earl of, see Henry IV

Derbyshire, see Glossop

Deryng, Thos., 36

Des Bouverie:
-, Sir Edw., 55, 57 n
-, Jacob, Vct. Folkestone, 55
-, and see Pleydell-Bouverie

Despenser:
-, Edw. le, 156
-, Eliz., see Burghersh
-, Hugh le (d. 1265), 239
-, Hugh le (d. 1326), 9, 120, 156, 163, 169, 241
-, Hugh (d. 1349), 163

Desse:
-, Anne, see Busfield
-, John Rowland, 115
-, Wm., 115

Devas, Revd. A. C., vicar of St. Peter's, Devizes, 294

Devereux, Rob., earl of Essex, 246, 263

Devizes, Ric. of, 229

Devizes, 1, 3–4, 52, 85–6, 96, 169, 176–7, 213, 225–314
-, agric., 263–4
-, alms-hos., 275, 286, 307–11, 313–14
-, Eyles, 280, 309–10
-, Grange, 251, 310–11
-, Helm's, 310
-, New, 302, 307–10, 314
-, New Town, 309–11
-, Old, 307–10, 314
-, St. Mary's Gdns., 310
-, Sedgefield Gdns., 309
-, Sutton Pl., 308
-, Tull's, 309
-, Victoria Rd., 309, 311
-, Ward Homes, 310
-, and see Devizes, St. John's Bdgs.
-, antiquaries, 229–30

Ashlers Green, 233

assize town, 252; and see Devizes, public bdgs. (assize cts.)

Assoc. for preventing Felony, etc., 283

banks, 235 n, 260–1, 299

Bateson Reading Rooms, 300, 303

Bear Hotel, see Devizes, inns

Bear monument, 240, 261–2

Belle Vue, 236–7; and see Devizes, houses (Belle Vue Ho.)

Belvedere, 282

borough (corporation), 225, 238, 246, 255, 268–77, 311, 313
-, aldermen (senior councillors), 273, 276; (policemen), 272, 283
-, aletaster, 272, 274, 276
-, armour, 277
-, arms, 278, 279
-, assembly, ct. of, 270
-, bailiffs, 268–9, 272, 274
-, beadles, 268–9, 272, 274, 276
-, bellman, 271–2, 274
-, boundaries, 225, 226
-, burgesses: capital burgesses, 266, 270–4, 284; capital burgesses councillors, 270–4; free burgesses, 270, 272–4, 284
-, by-laws, 272–6, 283
-, chamberlains, 271, 274–6, 311
-, charters, 268–73, 276 n, 279, 284
-, clerk (town clerk, common clerk), 270–2, 274, 276–9
-, committees, 274–6
-, common council, ct. of, 270, 272–4, 277–8
-, constables, 267, 269, 271–2, 274, 276, 279, 283
-, 'constitutions', 271
-, coroners, 269, 271, 276, 279
-, crier, 272
-, cts., 269–73, 278; clerk of, 271, 274, 276–7; ct. of record, 270, 272–6; petty sessions, 274; quarter sessions, 270–1, 273, 275–6
-, franchises, 268–70, 275, 276 n; parliamentary, 271–2, 284
-, insignia, 279
-, mayors, 243, 254–5, 269–76, 284, 286, 308; election, 271, 273– 4; lists of, 279; seal, 278; and see Allen, Mat.; Baker, John; Batt, John and Ric.; Cardmaker, Ric.; Erwood, Wm.; Flower, Ric. and Rob.; Hall, John; Haynes, Edw.; Hull, Thos.; Maundrell, Ric.; Morris, Hen.; Northey, Edw.; Pugh, C. W.; Stephens, John; Tymmer, Thos.; Willos, John
-, medical officer of health, 277
-, offices, 252, 278; and see (all s.v. Devizes) council ho.; guildhall; Town (Wool, or Old) Hall
-, politics, 276
-, property, 233, 260, 270–1, 275–6, 307; eccl. patronage, 285–6, 288; pew, 290; and see (all s.v. Devizes) chantry lands; fairs; mkts.
-, rates, 275–6
-, recorders, 271–6, 279; deputy, 272–3, 284, 312
-, records, 269, 275, 277–9
-, reeve, 269
-, regulation of industry and trade, 270, 272
-, seals, 278–9
-, stewards of the cts., 271, 274, 276
-, treasurers, 276–7
-, 'twelve', the, 269–71
-, wards, 276

Breach, the, 237

bridewell, see Devizes, prisons
-, bridges, 227, 231, 235
-, burgages, 243, 249–50
-, Caen Hill, 260
-, canal, 228, 234–6, 282–3
-, Canal Co., 281
-, locks, 228, 235 n, 281
-, wharves, 235; Wharf Co., 283.
-, and see Devizes, bridges
-, castle, 225, 237–48, 251, 253, 265, 268, 285, 289
-, bdgs., 243–5, 247–8, 256
-, chaplain, 239, 285
-, chaps., 244–5, 285
-, constable, 238–9, 241–3, 263–4, 267–8, 284, 286
-, ditches, 230, 243, 247, 263
-, keepers, 238–9, 241, 269
-, porter, 242–3
-, prison, 244
-, prisoners and distinguished occupants, 240–2
-, water supply, 281
-, and see Devizes, Civil War and parks
-, castle-guard duty, 73–4, 87, 156, 239–40, 269
-, cemetery, 282
-, chantry lands, 270, 288, 307
-, chaps., see (all s.v. Devizes) castle; hosps., St. John the Baptist; St. Thomas's
-, chars:
-, ch., 286–7, 294, 310
-, educ., 301–3, 305–6
-, highway, 311
-, nonconf., 295–9
-, poor, 307–8, 310–14; and see Devizes, alms-hos.
-, Chartists, 229, 262
-, chs., 285–94; and see Devizes, St. Thomas's chap.
-, ch. of St. James, see Southbroom, ch.
-, chs. of St. John and St. Mary:
-, adv., 285
-, glebe, 286
-, peculiar, 285
-, rectors, 239 n, 279, 285–7, 294, 299, 302–3; and see Burges, J. H.; Byng, Rob.; Johnson, Hen.; Phipps, E. J.; Prestwich, John; Shephard, John; Shergold, John
-, rectory, 285
-, rectory-ho., 287
-, tithes, 285–6
-, ch. of St. John, 240–1, 248, 279, 294, 312
-, archit., 177, 289–91, 308
-, Beauchamp chap., 287, 289, 293
-, chantries etc., 287, 307; and see Devizes, chantry lands
-, property, 286–7
-, regs., 291
-, and see (all s.v. Devizes) chs. of
-, St. John and St. Mary; hosps.,
-, St. John the Baptist; parishes,
-, St. John's
-, ch. of St. Mary, 253, 294
-, archit., 291–2
-, chantries, etc., 287–8, 307–8; and see Devizes, chantry lands
-, ch.-ho., 292
-, property, 233, 280, 286, 307
-, regs., 292
-, and see (all s.v. Devizes) chs. of St. John and St. Mary; parishes, St. Mary's
-, ch. of St. Peter, 292–4
-, adv., 294
-, archit., 294
-, vicars, 294
-, cinemas, 300
-, Civil Defence, H.Q., 300
-, Civil War, 228–9, 239, 245, 287, 289, 294
-, clubs, 300–1
-, Bear, 302–3, 305
-, Brittox, 279, 300
-, Conservative, 300
-, Liberal, 300
-, constituency, the, 225, 274, 284–5; M.P.s, 229, 274–6, 284; and see Devizes, borough (franchises, parliamentary)
-, Conyger, Little and Upper, 263
-, Corn Exchange, 236, 261, 265, 268, 279; and see Devizes, mkt.-pls. (corn)
-, council ho., 277; and see (all s.v. Devizes) guildhall; Town (Wool, or Old) Hall; weavers' hall
-, county constabulary, 283; and see Devizes, public bdgs.
-, county offices, see Wiltshire, county council
-, county quarter sessions, 245, 251, 277–8
-, Crammer, the, 234, 293, 295
-, curfew, 291
-, ditches (town), 225, 228 n, 230–1, 243, 287; and see Devizes, castle (ditches)
-, dom. archit., 231, 233–7; and see Devizes, houses
-, drapers' hall, 278
-, Dunkirk, 225, 227, 236, 260
-, Estcourt Brewery, 259
-, fairs, 246, 264, 267–70, 272, 275
-, farms:
-, Gillett's, 248, 263
-, Lower (or Lower Park), 248, 263
-, Old Park, 248, 263, 280
-, Sunnyside, 248, 263
-, fire brigade, see Devizes public services
-, friendly societies, 300
-, gallows, 233, 278
-, Gallows Ditch, 233, 237, 278, 280
-, gasworks, see Devizes, public services
-, gates, 230, 281
-, Green, the, 227, 231, 233–4, 260, 267–8, 292
-, guildhall, 277–8
-, guilds, 253–5, 268–9, 278
-, arms, 254
-, guildsmen ('yeldens'), 269
-, Hare and Hounds Brewery, 259
-, health, bd. of, 276, 282
-, heralds' visitation (1565), 254
-, Hillworth, 249–50; and see Devizes, houses (Hillworth Ho.)
-, horticulture, 263–4
-, Hospitallers, property of, see Ansty
-, hosps. 282
-, cottage (later Devizes) hosp., 282, 310
-, St. James's (formerly Union Wkho.), 280, 309
-, St. John the Baptist, 231, 251; chap., 231
-, house of correction, see Devizes, prisons
-, houses: among those named:
-, Ark, the, 233, 258, 280
-, Barford Ho., 234, 284
-, Belle Vue Ho., 236, 282, 294
-, Bluet's Ct., 249
-, Braeside, 227, 249, 305
-, Brow, the (Browfort), 249
-, Brow Cottage, 249
-, Brownston Ho., 234, 249, 306
-, Castle Ho., 245
-, Grange, the, 251, 310–11
-, Great Porch, 231
-, Greystone Ho., 234, 249
-, Handel Ho., 236, 252
-, Hartmoor Ho., 237
-, Hazelands, 249
-, Heathcote Ho., 293, 304, 306
-, Hillworth Ho., 237 n, 249–50, 299
-, Knoll, the, 282
-, Moorlands, 237
-, Northgate Ho., 252, 278; and see Devizes, inns (King's Arms)
-, Old Park, 248
-, Parnella Ho., 234, 249, 306
-, Prospect Ho., 249
-, Southgate Ho., 230, 235, 257
-, and see Southbroom, Southbroom Ho.
-, housing estates, 236–7
-, Improvement Commissioners, 227, 235–6, 261–2, 275–6, 281–3
-, ind. and trade, 253–60
-, agric. engineering, 259
-, bell-founding, 258
-, brewing, 258–9
-, bricks, 236, 260
-, building, 259–60
-, candles, 272
-, clocks, 258
-, dairy products, 260
-, leather, 253–8, 311
-, malting, 258–9
-, metal, 253–5; braziers, 253, 258
-, metheglin, 259, 261
-, snuff, 249, 258
-, textiles, 253–7, 296, 299, 311; broadcloth, 253, 255, 257; cassimeres, 256–7; drugget, 256; factories, 256–7, 280–1; felt, 255–6; serge, 188, 255–6;
-, silk, 255, 257
-, tobacco, 236, 258, 296
-, and see (all s.v. Devizes) agric.; banks; drapers' hall; guilds; horticulture; mkt.-places; Town Hall; weavers' hall
-, inns, 260–3; among those named:
-, Angel, 261; Angel rent, 303, 306, 312
-, Bear, 229, 261–2, 265–6, 302; and see (both s.v. Devizes) Bear monument; clubs (Bear)
-, Black Swan, 234, 261, 296 n
-, Castle, 262
-, Crown, 261
-, Curriers Arms, 257, 262
-, Elm Tree, 233, 262, 302, 310
-, Gun, 266
-, Hare and Hounds, 262
-, King's Arms, 262
-, Lamb, 235n
-, Queen's Head, 262
-, Swan, 259, 261
-, Three Crowns, 262
-, White Bear, 262–3
-, White Swan, 261
-, Jews at, 253
-, judges' lodgings, 252
-, Jump, the, 229
-, Kennet Ho. (wareho.), 259
-, liberty, 238–9, 285
-, lordship, 238–43, 246–8
-, stewardship, 241, 243, 246, 263, 269
-, and see Devizes, castle (constables, keepers)
-, Literary and Scientific Institute, 300
-, M.P.s, see Devizes, constituency
-, man., see Devizes, liberty (lordship)
-, mkt.-bell, 277
-, Market Cross, 245, 265–6, 277
-, Market Ho., 245, 265–6, 277
-, Market Place, 187, 231, 234, 237, 240, 245, 257, 261, 265–8, 276, 282; and see Devizes, mkt.places
-, mkt.-places, 230–1, 266
-, butchers, 265, 275; and see Devizes mkt.-places (shambles)
-, butter, 266
-, cattle, 267
-, cheese, 266–7, 277–8
-, corn, 265–6, 272, 292; and see Devizes, Corn Exchange
-, fish, 265–6
-, horses, 267
-, hosiers, 266
-, New Port, 265, 267
-, Old Port, 230–1, 234, 264–5
-, poultry, 266, 277
-, shambles, 261 n, 265–8, 281, 283
-, shoemakers, 266
-, tanners, 265–6
-, wool, 266–7, 277; and see Devizes, Town (Wool, or Old) Hall
-, mkts., 99, 215, 234, 243, 246, 253, 255, 264–70, 272, 275
-, Measuring Ho., 265–6
-, tolls, 246, 264–5, 267
-, weighing beams (ho.), 265–7, 272
-, Masonic Hall, 303
-, Measuring Ho., see Devizes, mkts.
-, mills, 259
-, windmills, 245, 247–8, 258
-, mint, 252
-, Moat Mead, 246
-, monastic property, 250–1
-, museum, 230, 266, 300, 306
-, Mutual Protection Soc., 283
-, New Hall, 266, 277–8
-, New Port, see Devizes, parish of St. John
-, New Town, 236, 309–10
-, newspapers, 301
-, nonconf., 273, 275, 294–300, 306
-, Baptists, 275, 295–8, 306; New Chap., 125, 159, 275 n, 295–6, 305–6; Old Chap., 295–6, 313; and see Devizes, nonconf. (Salem Chap.)
-, Brethren, 296–9
-, Congregationalists, 295, 297–8, 300, 306; St. Mary's Chap., 188–9, 297–8, 304
-, Latter Day Saints, 299
-, Methodists, 298–300
-, Presbyterians, 295–7, 302
-, Quakers, 294, 296, 298–9; burial ground, 299
-, Salem Chap., 189, 295–6, 299
-, Salvation Army, 299–300
-, North Wilts. Dispensary, 282, 310
-, North Wilts. Foundry, 259
-, Northgate Brewery, 259
-, Nursery, the, 236–7, 294
-, Nursing Soc., 311
-, Odd Fellows, 300–1
-, Old Hall, see Devizes, Town (Wool, or Old) Hall
-, Old Port, see Devizes, parish of St. Mary.
-, parishes, 279–81
-, boundaries, 255
-, parish of St. John (New Port), 225, 231, 234, 249, 275, 278, 287, 294
-, mkt.-place, see Devizes, mkt.places (New Port)
-, officers, 279, 281, 308
-, poor-relief, 279–80; and see Devizes, chars.
-, records, 279, 280–1, 288
-, vestry, 279–80
-, parish of St. Mary (Old Port), 225, 230–1, 234, 249, 275, 288, 294
-, mkt.-places, see Devizes, mkt.places (Old Port)
-, officers, 280–1
-, poor-relief, 280; and see Devizes, chars.
-, records, 279, 281, 288, 292 n
-, vestry, 280, 309
-, parks, 243, 245–6, 268, 285–8
-, new (or little) park, 245–7, 263; and see Roundway, New Park
-, old (or great) park, 225, 237, 245–8, 253, 263, 281–2, 286; and see Devizes, houses (Old Park)
-, parkers, 246, 269
-, pest house, 282; and see Devizes, hosps.
-, Phoenix factory, 259
-, Piccadilly, 234, 294
-, pl.-name, 228, 237
-, plague and other infectious diseases, 282
-, police, 276, 283; and see Devizes, public bdgs.
-, poor-law union, 12, 17, 20, 30, 48, 58, 69, 101, 123, 125, 152, 158, 186, 280
-, wkho., see Devizes, hosps. (St. James's)
-, pop., 227, 253–4
-, prisons, 229
-, castle, see Devizes, castle
-, county (later state), New Bridewell, New Prison, 237, 251–2
-, house of correction, bridewell, Old Bridewell, 251, 255, 270, 278, 283
-, town, 270, 278
-, Proprietary Grammar Sch. Co. Ltd., 306
-, Prosecution Soc., 283
-, public bdgs., 275
-, assize cts., 252, 284, 307
-, county constabulary H.Q., 252
-, govt. offices, 284
-, militia stores, 252, 277
-, police sta., 234, 283–4
-, public meetings, 252; and see Devizes, riots
-, public services, 281–4
-, cleansing, 275, 281
-, electricity, 283
-, fire, 233, 276, 281, 283; brigade, 283; engine, 283
-, gas, 282–3; works, 276, 282–3
-, lighting, 275, 282–3
-, paving, 275–6, 281
-, postal, 284
-, sewerage, 281–2; sewage works, 263, 282
-, watch, 276, 283
-, water, 281–3
-, weights and measures, 272, 274; and see (both s.v. Devizes, mkts.) Measuring Ho.; weighing beam
-, and see (alls. v. Devizes) cemetery; hosps.; police; swimming pool
-, rly., 228, 236, 281; Pans Lane Halt, 227–8; sta., 228, 236
-, riots, 229
-, roads from, 227–8, 234
-, Rom. Cath., 294
-, chs., 236, 294, 305
-, schs., 304–6
-, Rom. settlement, 227
-, Rotherstone, 264, 293
-, royal visits, 228–9
-, Rural District Council, offices, 249
-, Rural Sanitary Authority, 282
-, St. John the Baptist, hosp. of, see Devizes, hosps.
-, St. John's Bdgs., 280, 308–9
-, St. Thomas's chap., 265, 292
-, schs., 77, 146, 301–7
-, Bear Club, 300, 302–3, 305
-, Blue Coat, see Devizes, schs., Free, later National Boys' (Town)
-, British, 300, 303–5, 307
-, Devizes (formerly Southbroom Senior) Sch., 250, 303–5
-, Free, later National Boys' (Town), 300, 302–3, 305
-, further educ., 307
-, Grammar (formerly secondary), 304
-, National Girls' (Town), 302–3
-, National Infants' (Town), 300, 303
-, private, 249, 306–7
-, St. Bartholomew's Industrial, 305
-, St. Peter's National, 294, 304, 306
-, and see Southbroom, schs.
-, sewage works, see Devizes, public services
-, shambles, see Devizes, mkt.-places
-, Southbroom, q.v.
-, Southgate (Upper Wick), 230, 236
-, streets, etc., 231–7; among those named:
-, Albion Terr., 236
-, Bath Rd., 234, 236–7
-, Big Lane, 227, 234
-, Brickley Lane, 237
-, Bridewell Sq., 251
-, Bridewell St., 231, 233–4, 251, 257
-, Brittox, the 231, 234–6, 243, 254, 256
-, Castle Lane, 235
-, Castle St., 233–4
-, Chapel Corner, 231, 235 n
-, Chequer, the, 235
-, Commercial Rd., 233, 236–7
-, Couch Lane, 231
-, Dumb Post Passage, 235
-, Estcourt (Nestcot, Eastcroft) Hill, 233, 236, 286
-, Estcourt St., 233, 236
-, Exchange Pl., 236
-, Gains Lane, 233, 236–7
-, Half Moon Lane, 233
-, Hare and Hounds Ct., 225, 234
-, Hare and Hounds St., 225, 233– 4, 236
-, Hartmoor Rd., 227–8, 233–4
-, High St., 231, 233–4, 265–6
-, Hillworth Rd., 227, 233, 237; and see Devizes, Gallows Ditch
-, Keeper's Walk, 230
-, Lansdowne Grove (Terr.), 236
-, Little Brittox, 235
-, Little Lane, 227
-, London Rd., 236
-, Long St., 231, 233–5
-, Longcroft Rd., 237
-, Maryport St., 225, 231, 233, 235, 258
-, Monday Market St., 231, 234, 258, 265, 267, 294
-, Morris's Lane, 225, 231
-, Mortimer's Ct., 234, 237
-, Nestcot Hill, see Estcourt Hill
-, New Park St., 231, 233–4, 237, 268
-, Northgate St., 231, 233
-, Nursteed Rd., 237
-, Pans Lane, 233–4; and see Devizes, rly.
-, Perambulation (later Procession) Walk, 230
-, Potterne Rd., 227–8
-, Procession Walk, see Devizes, streets, Perambulation Walk
-, Quakers' Walk, 228
-, Roseland Ave., 237
-, St. John's Alley, 231, 233–5
-, St. John's St., 231, 233–4, 266
-, St. Joseph's Pl., 227, 236
-, Sedgefield Gdns., 237
-, Sheep St., 233, 237
-, Short St., 231, 265, 267
-, Sidmouth St., 230, 233, 235
-, Snuff St., 233
-, Southbroom Rd., 225, 233, 236
-, Southgate St., 233
-, Station Rd., 261
-, Trafalgar Pl., 235
-, Victoria Ct., 236
-, Victoria Rd., 237
-, Wick Lane, 233
-, Wine St., 231, 233–5, 265–6, 277–8
-, and see (all s.v. Devizes) Belle Vue; Gallows Ditch; Market Place; New Town; Nursery; Piccadilly; Rotherstone; Southgate
-, Stringer's Garage, 294
-, subsidies, see Devizes, tax assessments
-, swimming pool, 282
-, tax assessments, 253–4
-, theatre, 300
-, Three Crowns Brewery, 259
-, Town (Wool, or Old) Hall, 235, 240, 252, 261, 266–7, 275, 277–9, 283n, 284, 300, 307
-, urban district, 277
-, watercourses, 225, 259, 281–2
-, town watering pl., 225, 234
-, weavers' hall, 260 n, 278, 307 n
-, Wick (Wick Green), see Southbroom
-, Wiltshire Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc., q.v.
-, Wool Hall, see Devizes, Town Hall
-, wkho., see Devizes, hosps. (St. James's)
-, workingmen's assoc., 229; club, 301
-, Worm Cliff, 233–4
-, Y.M.C.A., 300
-, yarn hall, 266, 277

Devizes Advertiser, 301

Devizes Church Library, 300

Devizes Club, see Devizes, clubs (Brittox Club)

Devizes Day Schools Assoc., 303

Devizes Herald and North Wilts Intelligencer, 301

Devizes Itinerant Soc., 71

Devon, 250; and see Newton Ferrers; Uffculme

Dew, H. H., 79

Dewey's Water, see Lavington, Market

Dicker, fam., 16–17

Digges:
-, Ric., 92
-, Wm., 92

Dinton, 163, 247

Ditchfield, Edw., 208

Diva, Guy de, 239

Dobbs, Thos., rector of Woodborough and Sutton Veny, 223

Dobson:
-, John, vicar of Market Lavington and Longbridge Deverill, 102
-, Wm., 165

Dole Hundred, 83

Dorchester:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Hunt, 74
-, Rog., 74
-, Wm., 77
-, fam., 74

Dorset, marq. of, see Beaufort

Dorset, 239; and see Bridport; Poole; Shaftesbury

Douglas:
-, Chas., duke of Queensberry, 146, 177–8
-, John, bp. of Salisbury, 288
-, Wm., duke of Queensberry, 177

Dover (Kent), ct. of castle gate, 243 n

Dowding:
-, Revd. B. C., vicar of Southbroom, 293–4
-, Thos., 52
-, W. W., 110, 115
-, Mrs., 294

Dowding Farming Co., 116

Dowell, C. G., 294

Dowling:
-, Joan, see Giles
-, Wm., 24

Downer, Sir Alex., 196

Dowse, fam., 97–8

Doygnel:
-, Agnes, w. of Peter, 78
-, Geof., 4, 78, 197
-, Peter, 78, 197
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1163), 78
-, Rob. (fl. 1212), 78
-, Rob. (d. c. 1247), 78
-, Silvester, 4, 78, 80

Draper:
-, Edw., 104
-, Wm., 104

Drax:
-, Edw., 73
-, Eliz., see Ernle
-, Hen., 73
-, Sarah Frances, m. Ric. (formerly Grosvenor) Erle-Drax-Grosvenor, 73
-, Thos. Erle (d. 1789), 37, 73
-, fam., 36

Draycot Fitz Payne (in Wilcot), 4–5, 190
-, agric., 8, 200
-, chap., 203
-, cts., see Wilcot, cts.
-, dom. archit., 193
-, farm, 200–1
-, inc., 190, 200
-, man. and other estate, 195
-, par. officers, 202
-, poor-relief, 202
-, pop., 193
-, prehist. remains, 193
-, Rom. Cath., 204
-, Romano-Brit. site, 193
-, tithes, 198, 202
-, tithingman, 6, 202
-, woodland, 8, 200

Dredge:
-, Jas. & Jos., 258
-, Jos. & Co., 258

Drew:
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. by 1664), m. 2 Sir Hen. Andrews, 250
-, (or Trew), John (fl. 1501–2), 250
-, John, father of Rob. (fl. 1618), 312
-, John (d. 1614), 250
-, John (d. by 1664), 250
-, (or Trew), Rob. (d. c. 1564), 311–12
-, Rob. (fl. 1609), 307 n
-, Rob. (fl. 1618, ? the same), 312
-, Rob. (d. 1645), and his w. Eliz., 250
-, Rob. (d. 1671), 293
-, Rob. (d. 1695), 293
-, fam., 249–50, 290

Drew's Pond, see Roundway

Drewes, see Druce

Drewett:
-, Edw., 25
-, John, and his w. Margery, 25

Drewry, H. P., 130

Druce (Drewes):
-, Almeric de, 208, 211
-, Edith, w. of Rob., 29
-, Rob., 24, 29
-, Steph. (fl. 1301), 24
-, Steph. (fl. 1370), 24
-, Wm., 24

Druell, Hen., 207

Duck, Steph., 34, 40, 97

Dudley:
-, Edm., 242
-, Edw., 79
-, Sir John (fl. early 16th cent.), 79
-, John, earl of Warwick (d. 1554), 117

Dune, Rog., 122

Dunford, see Durnford

Dunkirk, see Devizes

Dunn, Sir Phil., 194–5

Dunsany, Baroness, see PlunkettErnle-Erle-Drax

Dunstanville:
-, Parnel de, m. Rob. de Montfort, 156
-, Wal. de, 156
-, fam., 156

Durand, Mrs. I. M., 247

Duras, Louis de, earl of Feversham, 229

Durham, Sir Phil. C. H., 229

Durnford (Dunford):
-, Jas., 264
-, Ric. of, 78
-, Wm., 47, 52
-, fam., 47

Durnford, 91

Dursley (Glos.), 195

Dutch, Jas., architect, 70

Dyer, John, 246 n

Dygas, Kenelm, 90

Dyke:
-, Dan., 220
-, Geof., 221
-, Jerome, 128, 220
-, Jonathan, 128–9, 220
-, Thos. (fl. 1609), 220
-, Thos. (fl. after 1609, another), 220
-, Wm. (d. by 1758), 128, 220
-, Wm. (fl. 1810), 128–9
-, fam., 151, 220

Dykel, John de, and his w. Maud, 207

E

Earlscourt, see Wanborough

Eastcott:
-, Gillian, m. Lawr. Wylye, 178
-, Hugh of (fl. 1310), 178, 188
-, Hugh of (fl. c. 1351, another), 178, 188
-, Joan, w. of Hugh (fl. 1310), 178
-, John of, 178
-, Margery of, 178
-, Mic. of, 178
-, Ric. of, 178
-, Wal. of, 178

Eastcott (in Easterton, formerly in Urchfont), 5, 86–7, 103, 175, 177, 179, 182, 184, 187
-, adv., 188
-, agric., 182–4
-, Castle Ho., see Eastcott, Folly Ho.
-, chap., 186, 188
-, chars., 189
-, Eastcott Ho., 177
-, farms, 179, 183–4
-, Folly Ho. (formerly Castle Ho.), 181
-, inc., 183–4
-, man. and other estates, 178–81, 188
-, man.-ho., 179
-, mills, 185
-, nonconf., 104, 189
-, pop., 176
-, tithingmen, 186
-, woodland, 184

Easterton (formerly in Market Lavington), 5–6, 53, 86–7, 175, 184, 186
-, adv., 103
-, agric., 97–8
-, chars., 105
-, ch., 101–5
-, ct., 5, 91, 100–1
-, dom. archit., 86–7, 113
-, Eastcott, q.v.
-, farms, 86, 97–8
-, firing ranges, 86
-, horticulture, 86, 97–8
-, inc., 86, 97
-, inns, 87
-, jam factory, 3, 99
-, mans. and other estates, 5, 89–92
-, man.-ho., 91
-, nonconf., 104
-, pl.-name, 89–90
-, poor-relief, 101
-, pop., 86–7
-, roads, 86
-, sch., 103–5
-, tithes, 92, 102
-, vicarage-ho., 86, 90

Easton, Adam of, 196

Easton, 307

Eavis, Rob., 15–16, 129

Economic Forestry Group (Nurseries) Ltd., 74

Edgar, king, 148

edge-tools, manufacture of, 3, 47–8; and see metal trades

Edgeworth:
-, Maud, w. of Wm., m. 2 Rog. Gernon, 90
-, Wm., 90

Edington, Wm. of, bp. of Winchester, 101

Edington:
-, Bonhommes, ho. of, 87–8, 92, 95, 100, 178–9, 184, 188
-, chant., 101–2
-, Grange, the, 51 n
-, rectors, 88, 100, 102

Edith, queen of Edward the Confessor, 87

Edmonds:
-, John, 201
-, Ric. (fl. 1736), and his w. Hester, 197
-, Ric. (d. 1779), and his w. Sarah, 197
-, fam., 201

Edmund, king, 15, 162

Edmund, earl of Kent, 73

Edric (fl. 1086), 73

Edward the Elder, king, 148

Edward I, 161, 163, 240–1
-, as Prince Edward, 239

Edward IV, 25, 89, 242

Edward VI, 89, 269 n

Edward VII, 282
-, as prince of Wales, 229, 261

Edward, duke of York (d. 1415), 241

Edwards:
-, A. G., 73, 157
-, F., 157
-, Marg., m. Thos. Hayward, 92
-, Thos., 92

Edwy, king, 148

Effington, E., 261 n

Egham (Surr.), 99

Eldridge:
-, John, 248
-, Wm., 248

Eleanor, queen of Edward I, 241

Eliot, George (pseudonym), 229; and see Elliott

Elizabeth I, 31, 218, 222
-, as princess, 152

Elizabeth, queen of Edward IV, 89, 163, 208, 242

Elizabeth, queen of Henry VII, 242

Ell Barrow, see Wilsford

Elliott:
-, Revd. Ric., 298, 306
-, Mrs., 306
-, and see Eliot

Ellis:
-, Clough W., see Williams-Ellis
-, M. G., 180
-, Phil., 158

Elnod (fl. T.R.E.), 195

Elstub Hundred, 4

Ely, bp. of, see Niel

Emma, w. of Ric. s. of John, m. 2 Rob. de Mohaut, 222

Enfield:
-, Francis, 15
-, John, 15
-, Marg., w. of John, m. 2 John Wroth (d. 1396), 15

Enford, 163
-, Chisenbury Warren, 160, 166
-, vicars, see Pyke, John; Sacheverell, Tim.

England, constabulary of, 114

English Farms Ltd., 15–16

Ennok:
-, Hen., 48
-, Wal., 48

Erle:
-, Geof. de, 219, 222
-, Giles de, 219
-, Jas. de, 219
-, John de, 219
-, Thos. de, 219
-, fam., 219

Erle-Drax-Grosvenor:
-, Jane, m. John (formerly Sawbridge) Sawbridge-Erle-Drax, 73
-, (formerly Grosvenor), Ric. (d. 1819), 73
-, Ric. (d. 1828), 73–4, 184
-, (formerly Grosvenor), Sarah Frances, see Drax

Erleching (fl. 1086), 74–5

Erlestoke, 46–7, 50–1, 301
-, ch., 49
-, detention centre, 41–2
-, Erlestoke Park, 42
-, man., 44

Ernle:
-, Anne, m. 1 Wm. Noyes (d. 1618), 2 Sir Wm. Eyre (d. 1629), 178, 182
-, Edw. (d. 1656), 73, 179
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1729), 31, 36, 73, 290
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John (d. 1734), 32
-, Eliz., m. Gifford Warriner (d. 1787), 25
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Drax, 73
-, Joan, see Unwin
-, John (d. 1519), 72, 179
-, John (d. 1555), 73, 179
-, John (d. 1572), 73, 179
-, John (d. 1648), and his w. Marg., 179
-, Sir John, rector of All Cannings (1709–34), 25, 31–2
-, Marg., w. of Sir Wal. (d. 1732), 64, 182
-, Martha, see Tooker
-, Mary, see Finnamore
-, Mary, see Hungerford
-, Mic., 73, 178–9
-, Susan, see Hungerford
-, Thos., 188
-, Wal. (d. 1618), 73, 179
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1682), 36, 64, 73, 179, 182
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1690), 36, 73
-, Wal. (d. 1721), 30, 61, 64, 71, 182
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1732), 64, 182
-, Wm., 24, 32
-, fam., 24, 36, 61, 64, 67, 75, 183

Ernle-Erle-Drax, Sarah Charlotte Eliz., see Sawbridge-Erle-Drax

Erwood:
-, John, 255 n
-, Wm., 255
-, fam., 255

Essex, Denise, see Helvington

Essex, earls of, 219; and see Devereux; Geoffrey son of Peter; Mandeville, Geof. and Wm. de

Essex, see Pleshey

Estcourt:
-, Eleanor, see Sutton
-, Jas. Bucknall, 229
-, Thos. G. B., 115–16, 235, 277
-, T. H. S. Sotheron, 229, 252, 266, 284, 290
-, fam., 227, 237

Estmonde, Wm., 288

Estrild, w. of Edric, 73

Esturmy:
-, Maud, m. Rog. Seymour, 79
-, Ric., 78, 132
-, Sir Wm., 78–80
-, fam., 132

Etchilhampton, Rob. of, 187

Etchilhampton, 4–5, 20, 71–7, 126, 155, 230, 240
-, agric., 74–5
-, chars., 33, 77
-, ch., 30, 76
-, cts., 75
-, curates, 31, 76
-, dom. archit., 72–3, 161
-, Etchilhampton Hill, 72–3, 75, 155, 157
-, farms, 73–5
-, glebe, 30, 76
-, glebe-ho., 76
-, inc., 75
-, man. and other estates, 36, 72–4, 179
-, man.-ho., 73, 161
-, nonconf., 76
-, par. officers, 76
-, pl.-name, 72
-, pop., 72
-, roads, 72
-, Rom. remains, 72
-, schs., 32, 76–7
-, tithes, 30, 76

Etchilhampton Water, see Cannings, All

Ethelred, king, 107

Ethelwold (servant), 107

Ethelwulf, king, 148

Eton College, 35, 38, 164

Ettwell, Hen., 219

Evans:
-, Geo. (fl. 1675), 208
-, Geo. (fl. 1715, another), 208
-, Geo. (fl. c. 1861), 306

Everdon, Silvester de, bp. of Carlisle, 78

Everett:
-, C. E., 248
-, Edw., rector of Manningford Abbots, 112

Everleigh, 166
-, rector of, see Astley, Francis Bickley
-, rectory, 111, 117

Ewart, Wm., 264

Ewelme (Oxon.), alms-ho., 61, 64–5, 67, 71

Ewias:
-, Harold of, 31
-, fam., 23

Ewias Harold (Herefs.):
-, honor and man., 24
-, priory, 31

Eyles:
-, Edw., 250
-, Sir John (d. 1703), 250, 295–6, 309– 10, 312, 314
-, John (d. 1752), 290
-, John (fl. 1757), 257 n
-, Sir Jos., 277
-, Mary, 302–3, 305–6, 308, 310, 312
-, Sarah, w. of Sir John (d. 1703), 312
-, fam., 290

Eyre:
-, Anne, w. of John (d. 1581), see Tropenell
-, Anne, w. of Sir Wm. (d. 1629), see Ernle
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1581), see Dauntsey
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wm. (d. 1629), see Jackman
-, Hen. (d. by 1649), 68, 178, 180
-, Hen. (fl. 1722), 74, 180
-, Honour, see Bayley
-, John (fl. 1517), 185
-, John (d. 1554), 180, 185
-, John (d. 1581), 49, 68, 180
-, Sir John (d. 1639), 68
-, Sarah, w. of Wm. (d. 1660), 68, 185
-, Susan, see Noyes
-, Susanna, w. of Hen. (fl. 1722), 180
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1629), 68, 178, 180
-, Wm. (d. 1660), 68, 180, 185
-, fam., 180

F

Faerford, Edw., 110

Fagan, Maj.-Gen. Chris. Sullivan, 64

fairs, see Allington, Tan Hill; Devizes; Lavington, Market; Rushall; Upavon

Falkner:
-, C. G., 129
-, J. M., 129
-, Lucy, see Alexander
-, Rob., 129
-, T. A. M., 129
-, Thos., 129

Faringdon:
-, Alice, see Berner
-, Thos., 217

Farmer:
-, Sam., 129, 143
-, the Misses, 306

Farquhar, Lt.-Col. Kenneth R., 89

Felpot, fam., 48; and see Philpot

Fennell, Wm., 257 n

Fenner:
-, J. H., 296
-, Revd. J. L., 306

Ferguson, R. S., 117

Ferrers, Sir Edw., 152

Ferris:
-, Geo., 201
-, Harry, 165
-, Wm., 200–1

Ferté:
-, Gundreda de la, m. Pain of Chaworth (fl. earlier 12th cent.), 89
-, Marg. de la, see Brewer
-, Wm. de la (d. c. 1216), 120
-, Wm. de la (fl. 1232), 89

fertilizers, manufacture of, 221

Feversham, Ld., see Duras

Fiddington (Wilts.), see Lavington, Market

Fiddington (Glos.), 92

Fidsall (Fidsell):
-, Jas., 256
-, Mary, 295
-, Sam., 295

Field, John, 288

Fielding, R. H., 44

Fifield (unidentified), 154; and see Fyfield

Figgins & Gent, brewers, 259

Filkes:
-, Eliz., 295, 298
-, John (fl. 1723), 295
-, John (fl. 1780, ? the same), 298
-, —, 249
-, fam., 291

Finch, Charlotte, ctss. of Aylesford, 109

Finglass, Ld., see Wyndham, Thos.

Finnamore, Mary, m. Mic. Ernle, 179

fireworks, manufacture of, 211

firing ranges, see Charlton; Cheverell, Gt.; Cheverell, Little; Chirton; Easterton; Lavington, Market; Marden; Rushall; Upavon; Urchfont; Wilsford

Fish, Wal., 90

Fisher, John, rector of All Cannings, 31

Fisherton Anger, gaol, 252

FitzAce, Geof., and his w. Agnes, 43

FitzAlan, Wm., earl of Arundel, 15

FitzArnulf, Nic., 63

FitzCount:
-, Emmeline, see Ballon
-, Reynold, 43

FitzGeoffrey:
-, Christine, see Michell
-, Wm., 79

FitzHerbert:
-, Herb. (fl. c. 1143), 62–3
-, Herb. (d. c. 1248), 63, 114
-, Herb. (d. 1321), 63
-, Joan, w. of Reynold, 63
-, Lucy, see Gloucester
-, Marg., 63
-, Mat. (fl. 1210), 15
-, Mat. (d. 1356), 63
-, Peter, 63, 114
-, Reynold, 63, 114
-, fam., 66

FitzHubert, Rob., 238

FitzMaurice:
-, Emily, see Longespée
-, Maur., 88, 99, 101

FitzOsbern, Wm., earl of Hereford, 42

FitzPayne:
-, John, 195
-, Margery, 195
-, Rog., 195

FitzPeter:
-, Reynold, 4
-, fam., 113

Fitzwilliam, Brian, 269 n

Flavel, John, 241 n

Flaxman, John, jr., sculptor, 103

Fleetwood:
-, Sir Gerard, 23
-, Jane, see Lambert

Flintshire: St. Asaph, bp. of, see Tanner, Thos.

Flower:
-, Benj., 296
-, Edw. (d. by 1545), 100
-, Edw. (fl. 1624), 255 n
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Knapton, 179
-, Geo., 245, 247, 258 n
-, Jas., 179
-, John (fl. 1591), 91
-, John (d. 1595), 179
-, John (fl. 1625), 58
-, Mary, m. Thos. Arnold, 179
-, Ric., 249, 255
-, Rob. (d. 1577), 179
-, Rob. (fl. 1619), 255
-, Rog. (fl. c. 1600), 255 n
-, Rog. (d. 1662), rector of Castle Combe and Little Cheverell, 59
-, Sarah, m. Rob. Heming, 179
-, Thos., 255 n
-, Wm., 179
-, fam., 255, 293

Folkestone, vcts., see Des Bouverie, Jacob; Pleydell-Bouverie, Jacob

Folye, de la:
-, Adam, and his w. Joan, 15
-, Hen., and his w. Isabel, 15

Ford (Forde):
-, Sir Adam de la (d. by 1326), 219, 222
-, Sir Adam de la (fl. 1338), 219, 222
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Adam de la (fl. 1338), 219
-, H. C., 132
-, Hen. de la, rector of Little Cheverell, 59
-, R. F., 132
-, R. F., & Sons Ltd., 17, 132
-, Steph., 142–3
-, W. P., 130, 132
-, fam., 132

Fordingbridge (Hants), 99

Fore Hill, see Cheverell, Little

Forest Row (Suss.), 313

Forman, John, 257 n

Forstal:
-, John, 88
-, Rob., 88
-, Wm., 88

Forster:
-, G. K., 23
-, John, 218–19

Fortescue:
-, Sir Adrian, and his w. Anne, 15
-, Sir Francis, 90
-, Sir John, 90
-, Sir Wm., 90

Forthey, Nic., 165

Forz, Aveline de, ctss. of Aumale, 240

Fotheringhay College (Northants.), 35

Fowle:
-, Edw., 109
-, Francis Ernle, 36, 38
-, Geo. Fred., 36, 129
-, Hen., 37, 129
-, Jane, 37
-, Susan, m. 1 Jonathan Cope, 2 John Bartley, 149
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1692), 149, 154
-, Thos. (fl. 1698), 37
-, Thos. (d. 1783), 37, 40
-, Thos. (fl. 1827), 97
-, Thos. Ernle, 35–6, 38
-, Thos. Everett, 36, 129
-, W. F. B., 36
-, Wm. (fl. 1734), 30
-, Wm. (d. c. 1838), 36
-, Wm. (d. c. 1840), 36–7
-, Wm. Hugh, 36, 129
-, fam., 39–40, 149

Fowler:
-, Ric., and his w. Joan, 90
-, Wm., and his w. Cecily, 90

Fox (Foxe):
-, Geo., 203
-, J. J., & Co., 257
-, J. R., 301
-, Ric., bp. of Winchester, 15
-, Steph. (d. 1716), 23
-, Steph., earl of Ilchester (d. 1776), 23

Foxhangers, see Rowde

Foxley Corner, see Urchfont

Frampton:
-, Jas., 74
-, John (d. c. 1425), 74
-, John (fl. c. 1464), 74
-, John (d. by 1560), 74
-, Marg., see Blount
-, Rob. (d. 1464), 74
-, Rob. (fl. later 15th cent., another), 74
-, Rob. (fl. 1568), 74
-, Rog., 74
-, Wal., 10, 74
-, fam., 75

France, 256; and see Caen; Coutances; Gascony; Grestain; L'Isle Dieu; Le Mans; St. Wandrille

franchises, see assize of bread and ale; Devizes, borough (franchises); frankpledge; gallows

Frank, Aucher, 219

Frankcheyney:
-, Hen. de, 35
-, Miles de, 35

Franklin:
-, Eliz., see Provender
-, Geo., 299
-, John (fl. 1697), 24
-, John (fl. 1697, another), 24
-, John (fl. 17th cent., another), 24
-, John (d. c. 1702), 219
-, John (fl. 1706), 219
-, Phil., 219
-, Ric., 24, 219–20
-, Sarah, 24
-, fam., 219

frankpledge, view of, 5, 29, 68, 100, 123, 170, 186, 201, 211

Frayling, John, 297

Freeland, John, 165

Freke, Rob., 188, 307

Freme:
-, John (fl. 1646), 295
-, John (fl. 1669, ? another), 297

Friends, Society of, see Quakers

Froend, John le, 187

Frome (Som.), 266

Frome Selwood (Som.), 310

Froxfield Hospital, 63, 66, 79–81, 197, 202

Fry:
-, Sir Geof., 196
-, John, 159

Fulham (Mdx.), 313

Fullaway, see Cannings, All

fulling-mills, see Cheverell, Great; Lavington, Market; Rushall

Furness, Sir Chris., 23, 30

Fussell, P., 71

Fyfield (Wilts.), 79; and see Fifield

Fyfield (Hants), rector of, 171

G

Gabriel:
-, John, 157
-, S. B., architect, 19, 112

Gale:
-, Geo., 132
-, John, 157, 221
-, Rog., 132
-, fam., 201

Galion, John, and his w. Emma, 197, 209

gallows, 4, 68, 170, 191, 233, 278

Gamble & Whichcord, architects, 300

Gardiner, Ralph, rector of Alton Barnes, 12

Garlick (or Goulick), Thos., 257 n

Garrard:
-, Chas. (fl. c. 1693), 128, 133
-, Chas. (d. 1761), 128
-, Jas., 128
-, Mary, w. of Chas. (fl. c. 1693), 128

Garrick, David, 261

Garsdon, rector of, see Methuen, Thos. Ant.

Garth:
-, Chas., 249
-, John, 249, 291

Garton:
-, Mrs. Annabel J., 129, 208
-, John de, 78

Gascelyn:
-, Christine, m. Edw. Hales, 44
-, Edm. (d. 1307), 44, 49
-, Edm. (d. 1337), and his w. Eleanor, 44
-, Eliz., w. of Geof. (d. 1374), 44
-, Geof. (d. c. 1282), 44
-, Geof. (d. 1374), 44
-, Joan, see Goderville

Gascony, 242

Gates, Sylvester G., 109, 112

Gell:
-, Georgiana, see Nicholas
-, Phil., 23

Gent, Jas., 259

Gent & Tylee, see Tylee & Gent

Geoffrey son of John, 9

Geoffrey son of Peter, earl of Essex, 89, 216, 222

Geoffrey, John s. of, see John

George III, 229, 261

George IV as Prince Regent, 229

George V, 162

George, duke of Clarence, 216

George, Sarah, 297

George, Rob., s. of, see Robert

German, John, 24

Gernon:
-, Alice, 90
-, Jas., 90
-, John, 90, 141
-, Maud, see Edgeworth
-, Ralph de, 120
-, Rog., 90
-, Wm., 123

Gerrish, J., 303 n

Giant's Grave, see Oare

Gibbs (Gibbes):
-, Chas. (fl. 1764), 222–3
-, Chas. (fl. 1795), 165
-, Geo., 260 n
-, Jas., 73
-, Job, 46

Giddings:
-, Aaron, 25
-, Chas., 29
-, Edw., 68
-, F., 50
-, Jacob, 25, 29, 75, 91
-, Jas., 25, 185
-, John (fl. 1630), 68
-, John (fl. 1775), 25, 28
-, M., 177
-, Ric. (d. c. 1821), 185
-, Ric. (fl. 1839), 25
-, Rob., 185
-, Steph., 185
-, Thos., 28
-, fam., 68, 181, 290

Giffard:
-, Charlotte, 36, 165
-, Ellen, see Yate
-, Francis (fl. 1682), rector of Rushall, 145
-, Francis (fl. 1706), rector of Rushall, 145
-, Francis (d. 1802), 36–7, 40
-, Francis (d. 1827), 36, 165
-, John, rector of Rushall, 145
-, Thos., rector of Rushall, 139, 145
-, Wm. (d. 1717), 139, 145
-, Wm. (fl. 1750), 139, 142, 144
-, fam., 142
-, and see Gifford

Gifford:
-, Benj., 141
-, John (fl. 1601), 141
-, John (fl. 1739), 313
-, fam., 141
-, and see Giffard

Gilbert:
-, John (fl. 1433), 165
-, John (fl. 1468, another), 165
-, John (fl. 1514), 218
-, Jos., 16–17, 121, 129
-, Nic., 218
-, fam., 19, 249

Giles:
-, Isabel, 24
-, J. M., 248
-, Joan, m. Wm. Dowling, 24
-, John, 23–4
-, Rob., 24
-, Wm. (fl. 15th cent.), 24
-, Wm. (fl. 1802), 47

Gillham, G. F. Y., 196

Gillman:
-, Chas., 301
-, R. D., 301
-, W. H., 301

Glass, Ric., 196

Gleson, Wal., 124

Glossop (Derb.), 149

Gloucester:
-, Bertha of, m. Wm. de Breuse, 62
-, Durand of, 62–3, 66
-, Lucy of, m. Herb. FitzHerbert (fl. c. 1143), 62–3
-, Marg. of, m. Humph. de Bohun (d. 1187), 62, 69, 211
-, Miles of, earl of Hereford, 62, 69
-, Wal. of, 69

Gloucester:
-, dukes of, see Humphrey; Richard III; Woodstock, Thos. of
-, earls of, see Robert; William

Gloucester:
-, abbey, later cathedral, 31
-, bell-foundry, 32, 103, 213
-, ch. of St. Owen, 69

Gloucestershire, 254; and see Bristol; Cirencester; Dursley; Fiddington; Gloucester; Lanthony; Sapperton

Gobett, Ric., 288, 311

Godalming (Surr.), man., 238, 287 n

Godbye, Ric., 256

Goddard:
-, Ric., 49
-, Mr., 26

Godden:
-, Gratian, 158
-, Jas., 158

Godeley, John de, dean of Wells, 101

Goderville:
-, Joan, m. Geof. Gascelyn (d. c. 1282), 44
-, Wal. de, 44

Godfather, Phil., 255 n, 256

Godric (fl. T.R.E.), 208

Godwin, Earl, and his w. Gytha, 138
-, fam. of, 151
-, home of, 138

Golden Ball Hill (in Alton), 8, 190, 193

goldsmith, Grimbald the, see Grimbald

Goodman:
-, Edw., 196–7
-, John, 196
-, Maur. Hiller, vicar of Wilcot, 196–7, 203
-, Tim., 197
-, fam., 201

Goodridge, H. E., architect, 248

Gordon, Art. Pitman, 106

Gore:
-, Barbara, m. Wm. Unwin, 149
-, Lady Georgiana, 194
-, Montagu, 229
-, Philippa, see Tooker
-, Sir Thos., 36

Gore (in West Lavington, formerly in Market Lavington), 3, 82–3
-, agric., 95, 98
-, chap., 83, 92, 101, 103
-, farm (St. Joan à Gore's), 83, 92, 98
-, man., 87, 91–2
-, pop., 83, 86
-, tithes, 102–3

Gores, see Hilcott

Gorges:
-, Chas., 208
-, Jane, w. of Chas., m. 2 Sir Hugh Middleton, 208
-, Marg., w. of Thos., m. 2 Sir Ric. Hastings, 3 Sam. Gorges, 208
-, Sir Rob., 208
-, Sam., 208
-, Thos., 208

Gough:
-, Hugh, rector of All Cannings and Little Cheverell, 31, 59
-, Wm. (fl. 1640), and his w. Alice, 49
-, Wm. (fl. 1670–80, prob. another), 296
-, Mrs., 297

Goulick, Thos., see Garlick

Grant:
-, Alex., 117
-, John (d. 1810), 110, 116
-, John (d. 1866), 98, 110, 113, 115–16, 119
-, fam., 98

Grant Meek, see Meek

Gray:
-, John, 93
-, Ric. de, 239

Graynefeld, Sir Ric., 140

Great Western Railway, 3, 42, 54, 61, 83, 86, 155, 175–6, 215

Green (Greene):
-, Edw., 121
-, F. W., 44, 46
-, Sir Hen., and his w. Maud, 94
-, Isabel, m. Sir Ric., Vere, 94
-, J. H., 44, 46

Grestain (Eure, France):
-, abbey of St. Mary, 63–4, 66, 69

Greville:
-, (or Cooksey), Eliz., w. of Thos., m. 2 Edw. Stanley, 115
-, John, 114
-, (or Cooksey), Thos., 114–15

Griffin:
-, John, rector of Urchfont, 186
-, Thos., 182

Griffith (Griffyth):
-, C. Darby, 265
-, John (fl. 1392), 165
-, John (d. c. 1438), rector of Rushall, 145

Grimbald the goldsmith, 114

Grimstead:
-, Galiena, see Turville
-, Gillian, w. of John (d. c. 1314), m. 2 John of Zeals, 217
-, Joan, m. Thos. Rivers, 10
-, John (d. c. 1314), 10, 217
-, John (d. by 1348), 10, 217
-, John, grds. of John (d. c. 1314), 217
-, Margery, w. of John (d. by 1348), 10
-, Maud, w. of John (d. c. 1314), 10
-, Peter, 217
-, Thos., 217
-, Wm. of (fl. 1249), 217, 219, 222
-, Wm., s. of John (d. c. 1314), 217

Grimston:
-, Geo., 111
-, Sir Harbottle, 111
-, Sam., 111

Grindle:
-, Annette Sarah, 314
-, H. A. L., 294

Grobham, Sir Ric., 165

Grosvenor:
-, Ric., see Erle-Drax-Grosvenor
-, Sarah Frances, see Drax

Grove:
-, Anne, see Amor
-, Chafin (d. 1771), 185
-, Chafin (d. 1851), 185

Grubbe:
-, Mary, m. Thos. Hunt, 90
-, Thos. (d. 1617), 90, 100
-, Thos. (d. 1669), 90
-, Mrs., 312
-, fam., 90; and see Hunt-Grubbe

Gunn, Wm., vicar of Marden, 121

Gunner:
-, Chas. Ric., 49
-, Edw., rector of Gt. Cheverell, 49

Guy, Rosalie Emily, 297

Gye:
-, Edw., 104
-, fam., 104

Gytha, see Godwin, Earl

H

Haggard, Rob., 257 n

Hailstone:
-, John, 110
-, Rob., 110

Hakewill, J. H., architect, 158

Halcombe, Wm., 261–2

Hales:
-, Christine, see Gascelyn
-, Edw., 44

Hall:
-, Eliz., see Michell
-, John, 292 n
-, Thos., 249

Halliday, Harriet Read, 188

Halswell, Nic., 45

Hamble Priory (Hants), 115

Hambleton:
-, Adam, 138
-, Wm., archd. and dean of York, 138

Hame:
-, Agnes, m. Wm. Springe (d. by 1622), 180–1
-, Jane, m. John Bennet, 180
-, Joan, m. Rog. Willis, 178, 180
-, John, and his w. Joan, 179
-, Nic., 179–80, 188
-, Rob., 180, 188

Hamilton, Phil., rector of Rushall, 145

Hamlin:
-, Edgar M., 123
-, fam., 151

Hampshire, see Appleshaw; Bournemouth; Fordingbridge; Fyfield; Hamble; Kimpton; Odiham; Romsey; Southampton; Southbourne; Wight, Isle of; Winchester
-, Crawley, rector of, see Tomlins, Sam.

Hampshire militia, 229

Hampton:
-, John, 179
-, Joshua, 248

Hancock (Handcock), Sarah, 295–7

Hanging Langford, see Langford, Hanging

Hannes, Sir Edw., 229

Harang, Ralph de, 94

Harding (fl. T.R.E.), 15

Hardman, A. H., 248

Hare, Augustus, rector of Alton Barnes, 13

Hare Street, 190

Harfield, Edw., 110

Harman, Jas., 30

Harold, Earl, 138

Harrie, Thos., 257 n

Harris:
-, Geo., 120
-, Mrs. Geo., 121
-, Jane, or Joan, w. of John (d. c. 1660), 44
-, Jas. (d. 1731), 208
-, Jas. (d. 1780), 208
-, Sir Jas., earl of Malmesbury (d. 1820), 208
-, John (fl. 1562), 44
-, John (fl. 1622), 93
-, John (d. c. 1660), 44
-, Thos. (d. c. 1638), 44
-, Thos. (d. 1664), 44
-, Thos. (fl. 1898), 121
-, fam., 44, 46

Hart:
-, (or Hort), Ant., 309, 314
-, Hen., 246 n

Hartmoor, see Potterne

Harvest:
-, Joan, w. of Wm. (d. 1502), 185
-, Wm. (fl. 1498), 26, 182
-, Wm. (d. 1502, another), 182, 185
-, fam., 185

Harwell (Berks.):
-, atomic energy establishment, 259–60

Harwood, John, 257 n

Hastings:
-, Cath., w. of Francis, earl of Huntingdon, 139
-, Edw., Ld. Hastings, 55, 92, 139
-, Francis, earl of Huntingdon, 139, 141
-, Geo., earl of Huntingdon, 92, 139
-, Marg., see Gorges
-, Mary, see Botreaux
-, Sir Ric., 208
-, Selina, ctss. of Huntingdon, 297

Hatfield, see Stert

Haudlo:
-, John de, 43
-, Maud de, see Burnell
-, Nic., see Burnell
-, Thos., see Burnell

Havering, John de, 239

Hawes, Francis, 149

Hawkswell spring, see Cheverell, Little

Hay:
-, Louisa, see Pleydell-Bouverie
-, Sam., 93, 103

Haynes, Edw., 254

Hayter, Thos., 209

Hayward:
-, Ann, w. of Jos. (d. c. 1777), 130
-, Benj., 86
-, Hen., 122
-, John (fl. 1635), 66
-, John (fl. c. 1839), 249
-, John (fl. 1841, ? the same), 94
-, Jos. (d. c. 1777), 130
-, Jos., s. of Jos. (d. c. 1777), 130
-, Jos. (d. 1851), 15–16, 122
-, Marg., see Edwards
-, Ric. (fl. 1756), 123
-, Ric. (d. 1823), 16
-, Ric. (d. 1839), 129–30, 135–6
-, Ric. (fl. 1841), 111
-, Thos. (d. by 1867), 92
-, Thos. (fl. 1871), 130
-, Thos. Chandler, 130
-, Wm. (d. by c. 1816), 25
-, Wm. (fl. 1845), 66
-, Wm. Pierce, and his w. Susan, 213
-, fam., 16, 19, 65–6, 122, 135, 293

Hazeland:
-, Edw., 221
-, Revd. John (d. 1819), 130
-, John (fl. 1831), 130
-, Wm., 130
-, fam., 221, 249

Hazelbury, quarry, 187, 243–4

Heath:
-, Alf., 196
-, Eliz., see Hitchcock
-, G. T., 196
-, H. E., 194
-, John, 197
-, Nic., see Nicholas

Heathcote:
-, Geo., 250
-, Josiah Eyles, 250
-, Maria, 290
-, fam., 290

Heddington, 130
-, ch., 154

Hedges:
-, Eliz., see Burrey
-, Wm., 25

Helms, Wm. Ric., 310

Helvington:
-, (or Essex), Denise, 218–19
-, Hen. de, 218, 222
-, Wm. de, 218

Heming:
-, Rob., 179
-, Sarah, see Flower

Henchman, Humfrey, bp. of Salisbury, 288, 294

Hendrick, Revd. Geo., 188

Heneage, Chas., 222

Henry II, 268–9, 287 n
-, as prince, 238

Henry III, 162, 216, 239–40, 269

Henry IV, 62, 89, 163

Henry V, 89, 207–8

Henry VI, 89, 242

Henry VII, 55, 89, 139, 216, 269 n

Henry VIII, 186

Henry, duke of Lancaster, 89

Henry, earl of Lancaster, 89

Henry:
-, John, 98
-, Rob., 98
-, Thos., 98

Henslowe:
-, Ralph, 218
-, Thos., 218

Henton, Chris., 249

Herbard, Rog., 44

Herbert:
-, Geo., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 148
-, Hen., earl of Pembroke, 130, 148, 246, 263
-, John, 307
-, Phil., earl of Montgomery and earl of Pembroke (d. 1650), 134, 246
-, Phil., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1683), 128
-, Reg., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 149
-, Rob., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 134, 154
-, Sidney, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 153
-, Thos., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 149
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1570), 128, 133, 148, 153, 218, 222, 242, 246
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1630), 134, 263

Hereford, earls of, 114, 206–7, 211; and see Bohun; FitzOsbern; Gloucester, Miles of

Hereford, honor of, 62

Herefordshire, see Ewias Harold

Herne, John, 257 n

Heron:
-, Eliz., Baroness Say, w. of Wm., 114
-, Wm., 114

Herrod-Taylor, Mr. and Mrs., 185

Hertford:
-, earl of, see Seymour, Edw.
-, marq. of, see Seymour, Wm.

Hertfordshire, see Barnet; St. Albans

Hesdin:
-, Ernulf de, 54, 73, 75
-, Maud de, m. Pat. of Chaworth (fl. c. 1086), 54

Heydon, Sir John, 271

Heytesbury, 230
-, hosp. (or alms-ho.), 43–4, 47, 50, 53, 62, 65–6, 68, 71, 156, 177, 180
-, masters, see Chandler, Ric., Lybbe, John
-, hundred, 3

Hibberd, Geo., 123

Hicks:
-, Geo. Grisdale, 106
-, Thos., 295

Hid, see Hyde

Hide, see Hyde

Hilcott (in North Newnton), 5, 126–8
-, agric., 130–2
-, Cats Brain hill (way), 126–7, 129, 131, 136
-, chars., 135–6
-, ch., 135–6
-, cts., see Newnton, North
-, dom., archit., 127, 129–30
-, farms, 128–32
-, Gorse, 127–8, 131–2
-, inc., 131
-, man. and other estates, see Newnton, North
-, nonconf., 135–6
-, pop., 127
-, prehist. remains, 127
-, roads, 127
-, sch., 135–6

Hill:
-, Francis, 11
-, John, vicar of North Newnton, 135
-, Rowland, 297
-, Wm., architect, 265

Hiller (Hillier):
-, Maur., 196
-, Ric., 313

Hillersdon (Hyndeston):
-, And. (? d. 1539), 217
-, And. (fl. 1564), 217
-, Chris., 217
-, Jane, see Clevedon
-, John, 217, 220
-, Rob., and his w. Joan, 217
-, Wm., 217
-, fam., 220

Hillier, see Hiller

Hillman, Steph., 249, 256–7

Hilmarton, 311

Hilperton, rector of, see Baddeley, Ric.

Hinchley Engineering Co., 260

Hitchcock (Hiscock):
-, Chas., 27, 75, 91, 98
-, Eliz., m. Alf. Heath, 196–7
-, Hannah, see Walter
-, Hen. (d. by 1825), 24
-, Hen. (d. 1878), 24, 151
-, John (fl. 16th cent.), 100
-, John (fl. 1768), 109
-, John (d. 1863), 196
-, Rog., 295
-, Simon Pile, 24, 27, 36, 151, 196
-, Wm., (fl. 1662), 32
-, Wm. (fl. 1746), 199
-, Wm. (fl. 1839), 75
-, Wm. Chas., 24
-, fam., 24, 107, 109–10

Hoare:
-, Prince, sculptor, 290
-, Sir Ric. Colt, 230, 257
-, Sarah Anne, 105

Hobbs, Nic., vicar of Marden and Chirton, 121, 124

Holand:
-, Maud, see Zouche
-, Sir Rob., 88

Holland, see Utrecht

Hollis, John, 258

Holloway:
-, Amelia, 299
-, —, 257

Holloway Bros., 99

Holy Land, Edward I in, 239

Honey Street, see Woodborough

Hood (Hodde):
-, John (fl. 1539), 121
-, John (fl. 1379), 66
-, Mary, 157

Hookins, John, 158; and see Hukyns

Hooley, Ernest Terah, 23

Hooper:
-, Edw., 217, 220
-, Hen. Norris, 92
-, Hen. Wm. Norris, 92
-, Thos., 217

Hooton, Chas., 301

Hope (Hopes):
-, Benj., 25
-, Edw. (fl. 1672), 297
-, Edw. (fl. c. 1710), 25
-, Edw. (fl. c. 1816), 25
-, John, father of John (fl. 1780), 25
-, John (fl. 1780), 25
-, Ric., 25
-, Mr., 258

Hopton, Sir Ralph, 228–9

Hornby:
-, Joan, see Stokke
-, Wm., 138–9

Horne, Miss, 307

Horner, Mrs., 171

Horningsham, 70
-, Longleat Priory, 144

Hort:
-, Ant., see Hart
-, Edw., rector of Little Cheverell, 59

horticulture, 3, 48, 82, 86, 96–8, 106– 7, 110, 175, 184, 206, 210–11, 263–4

Horton:
-, Alice, see May
-, Anne, see May
-, Betty, 16
-, Edw. (d. 1603), 45
-, Edw. (fl. 1610), 94
-, Hen., 68, 123, 205–8, 210, 212
-, Hen. J., 207
-, Jeremy, 94
-, John (fl. 1610), 94
-, Sir John (fl. 1618), 45
-, Thos., 45
-, Toby, 45
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1554), 45
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1603), 45
-, fam., 211, 291

Horton, see Cannings, Bishop's

Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem, 62; and see Ansty

house of correction, see Devizes, prisons; Urchfont, ch.-ho.

Howard:
-, Anne, see Noyes
-, Cath., see Catherine
-, Edw., 68, 178, 182
-, Geo., 128, 133
-, John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1485), 139
-, John (d. 1790), 251, 278
-, Lucy, w. of Edw., 178
-, Thos., earl of Surrey, 114–15

Howell, Thos., 110

Howman, Revd. G. E., master of St. Nicholas hosp., Salisbury, 213

Hudden, fam., 52

Huddleston, Isabel, Lady, m. 2— Dacre, 3 Wm. Smith, 15

Hudson:
-, Rob. Spear, Vct. Hudson, 208
-, Rob. Wm., Vct. Hudson, 208

Hues, see Hughes

Hugh son of Baldric, 120

Hugh the parker, 246 n

Hugh, John s. of, see John

Hughes (Hues):
-, A. J., 182
-, Jas., 279
-, N., 63, 68
-, P., 68
-, Solomon, 260
-, Wm., 260

Huish, 4, 77–82, 190, 193, 197, 201
-, adv., 80
-, agric., 79–80, 200
-, chap., 81
-, chars., 82, 204
-, ch., 80–1, 202–3, 223
-, cts., 80
-, dom. archit., 78
-, farms, 79–80, 200
-, glebe, 80–1
-, inc., 79–81, 201
-, man., 78–9, 132, 197, 200
-, nonconf., 81, 203
-, pop., 78
-, prehist. remains, 77
-, rectors, 80–1, 198; and see Mayo, Chas.
-, rectory, 80, 203
-, rectory-ho., 81
-, schs., 81, 204
-, tithes, 80–1
-, woodland, 77, 79–80

Hukyns, Wm., rector of All Cannings, 30; and seeHookins

Hull:
-, Thos., 254
-, fam., 291

Hull, Bishop's (Som.), 223

Humby, J. F., 259

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 35, 242, 285

Hungerford:
-, Sir Ant., 55
-, Cecily, w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1607), m. 2 Francis, earl of Rutland, 55, 163
-, Edm., 43, 49, 242–3
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1522), 55
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1607), 43, 55, 163–4
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1648), 55 n, 163, 228
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1711), 55, 163
-, Eleanor, see Moleyns
-, Gena, see Stokke
-, Sir Giles, 55
-, John, and his w. Mary, 164
-, Marg., see Botreaux
-, Marg., m. Rob. Sutton, 55
-, Marg., w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1648), 163
-, Marg., w. of Sir Giles, 55
-, Margery, see Burnell
-, Mary, m. Thos. Shaa, 164
-, Mary, m. Wal. Ernle (d. 1721), 61
-, Mary (fl. 1735), 172
-, Rob. (d. 1352), 138, 141
-, Rob., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1459), 43, 49, 55, 91, 139
-, Rob., Ld. Hungerford and Moleyns (d. 1464), 43, 55, 91, 139
-, Rob. (fl. 1554), 223
-, Susan, m. Mic. Ernle, 179
-, Thos. (fl. 1350), 141
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1469), 92
-, Thos., s. of Rob. (fl. 1554), 223
-, Wal., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1449), 43–4, 49, 139–40, 144
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1516), 55
-, Wal., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1540), 43, 55, 139
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1596), 43, 55, 167
-, fam., 43, 141–2, 167

Hungerford (Berks.), 143

Hunt:
-, Anne, see Dorchester
-, Hen., 162
-, Mary, see Grubbe
-, Thos., 90
-, Thos. Grubbe. see Hunt-Grubbe
-, Wm., 74

Hunt-Grubbe:
-, Lady Sarah, 74
-, (formerly Hunt), Thos. Grubbe, 90
-, Wal., 74
-, Wm. (d. 1817), 74–5
-, Wm. (d. 1820), 90
-, fam., 90

Huntingdon, Hen. of, 238

Huntingdon:
-, ctss. of, see Hastings, Selinga
-, earls of, see Hastings, Francis and Geo.

Hunton, Phil., vicar of Westbury, 288 n

Hurd:
-, John, 209
-, Wm., 209

Hurst, see Worton

Hutchins:
-, A. S., 157
-, Geo., 123

Huxham, Rob. of, 9

Hyde (Hide, Hid):
-, Edw., 104
-, Fred., 93
-, John (fl. 1547), 218
-, John (fl. 1716), 104
-, Laur., 93
-, Rob. (fl. 1573), 218
-, Rob. (fl. 1631), 311
-, fam., 218

Hyde Abbey, see Winchester

Hyndeston, see Hillersdon

I

Ilchester, earls of, 23; and see Fox, Steph.

Imber, Eliz., 302, 306

Imber, 3, 41, 90

Imperial Tobacco Co., 258

Independents, 52, 135, 154, 188–9, 203, 273, 295, 297

industries, 3; and see agricultural implements; barge-building; brewing; brick-making;building; candle-making; clock-making; dairy products; edge-tools; fertilizers; fireworks; horticulture; jam factory; leather trades; malting; metal trades; metheglin; rag processing; saw-mill; sheepbells; snuff; textile industry; tobacco; wool-stapling

Ingleman, Ric., architect, 64, 251

Ingoldisthorpe:
-, Sir Edm., 15
-, Joan, see Tiptoft

Ingoldsby Legends, 83

Ingram, Jas., rector of All Cannings, 31

Inkpen, Peter of, vicar of Chirton, prebendary of Wilsford and Woodford, and of Bishopstone, 70

Innes, Edw., 297, 299

Innocent II, pope, 211

Ireland:
-, Armagh, dean of, see Wood, Owen Cashel, abp. of, see Lawrence, Ric.

Isaac son of Cresselin, 138

Isabel, queen of King John, 240

Isabel, queen of Edward II, 120, 163, 241

Italy, see Rome

Ives, Walran s. of, see Walran

Ivychurch Priory, 38, 144, 164–5, 170–1
-, priors, 38, 170

J

Jackman, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Eyre (d. 1629), 180

Jackson:
-, Hen., 144, 197
-, Thos., 90
-, fam., 290

jam factory, 3, 99

James I, 51, 115, 228, 246

James II, 229, 273, 290

Jane Seymour, queen of Henry VIII, 242

Jarvis (Jervis):
-, Maur., 133
-, Thos., 165

Jeay, Wm., and his w. Anne, 179

Jefferies, R. H., 248

Jenkins, Sam., 132

Jervis, see Jarvis

Jessee:
-, Thos., 129
-, Wm., 129
-, Mr., and his w. Grace, 129

Jews, see Devizes; Marlborough; Wilton

Joan, queen of Henry IV, 35, 38, 171, 241–2, 244

Jocelin, bp. of Salisbury, 69

John, king, 87, 160–2, 240, 269 as count of Mortain, 285

John (of Gaunt), duke of Lancaster, 89

John, chaplain, 285

John, chaplain of Chirton, 65

John, priest of Chirton, 69

John son of Geoffrey, 216, 222

John son of Hugh, 9, 12 his w. Maud, see Berners

John (d. 1275), son of John (d. 1258), 216

John, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

John, Mat. s. of, see Matthew

John, Ric. s. of. see Richard

Johnson:
-, Geo., 291
-, Hen., rector of Devizes, 285, 288, 290

Jordon's mill, see Potterne, mills

Jump, the, see Devizes

K

Keepence:
-, John, 214
-, Wm., 213

Keevil, 73–4, 240

Kemp, E. B. M., 247

Kempston (Beds.), 117

Kennet Properties Ltd., 61

Kennet, riv., 126, 228 n

Kennet & Avon Canal, 3, 9, 146–7, 190–1, 193, 215, 221, 228; and see Devizes, canal; Woodborough, Honey Street

Kennett, East, 20

Kennett, West, see Avebury

Kent:
-, John (d. 1630), 231, 271–2, 290
-, John (d. by 1679), 36
-, Wm. (d. 1632), 36, 209
-, Wm. (d. 1666), 36, 209
-, Wm. (fl. 1668), 209
-, Mrs., 313

Kent:
-, dchss. of, mother of Queen Victoria, see Mary Louisa Victoria
-, earl of, see Edmund

Kent, see Dover; Upchurch
-, Lewisham, Colfe's Grammar Sch., headmaster of, see Williams, Wm.

Kerr, Charlotte, 306

Kettlewell, Mr. and Mrs. J. W., 125

Keye, Thos., 67

Keymes, Wal., rector of Compton Bassett, 311

Keynes, Bridget, 293

Keyte, Thos., 185

Kill, fam., 97

Kimpton (Hants), Shoddesden in, 35

King:
-, T., sculptor, 290
-, Wm., 71

King's College, Cambridge, 164

King's Rowborough, see Rowborough

Kingsland, Wm., 298

Kingstone, J. W., 121

Kinnimond, Hen., rector of All Cannings, 32

Kite:
-, Edw. (fl. 1856), 66
-, Edw. (d. 1930), 230

Knapton:
-, Eliz., see Flower
-, Wm., 179

Knight, John, 133

Knollys:
-, Cath., w. of Sir Francis, 63
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., earl of Banbury, m. 2 Edw. Vaux, Ld. Vaux, 63
-, Sir Francis, 63
-, Wm., earl of Banbury, 63

Knovill, Bogo de, 94

Knoyle, West (formerly chapelry of North Newnton), 133–5

Kymbell, Nic. (fl. 1366), 89

Kyngrave, Wm. de, rector of Alton Barnes, 12

L

la Warre:
-, Sir John (d. c. 1277), 138
-, John, Ld. la Warre (d. 1347), 23
-, Rog., Ld. la Warre, 138, 143
-, fam., 23

la Warre, Lds., see la Warre, John and Rog.; West, Thos.

Lacock, 287
-, abbey, 116

Lacy:
-, Alice de, m. Thos., earl of Lancaster (d. 1322), 9
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, 9
-, Marg. de, ctss. of Lincoln, see Longespée

Ladies' Bridge, see Wilcot

Lake, see Wilsford (in Underditch Hundred)

Lamb, Ric., 289

Lambert, Jane, m. Sir Gerard Fleetwood, 23

Lancaster:
-, Blanche of, m. John (of Gaunt), duke of Lancaster, 89
-, Maud of, m. Wm. duke of Bavaria, 89
-, Wm., 47

Lancaster:
-, ctss. of, see Lacy, Marg.
-, dukes of, see Henry; John (of Gaunt)
-, earls of, see Henry; Thomas

Lancaster, duchy of, 5, 89, 91, 97, 100, 102, 163, 166, 169, 208

Lane:
-, Ebenezer, 196, 201, 221
-, Jane, 114
-, Mary, m. Edw. Nicholas (d. 1706), 114–15, 118
-, Thos., 114

Langdon, C., 219

Langford, Hanging (in Steeple Langford), 133–4

Lansdown (Som.), battle, 228

Lanthony Priory (Glos.), 62, 65–6, 68, 70
-, priors, 4, 68–9

Larive, Father, 294

Larken, Capt. W., 140

Latham:
-, A. R., 129
-, E. J., 129

Latter Day Saints, 299

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 153

Launceston (Cornw.), 230

Lavington:
-, Ann, 24, 32
-, Hugh, 36
-, John, 129
-, Lettice, w. of Hugh, 36
-, Nic., 24
-, Peter of, rector of Little Cheverell and Letcombe Bassett, 59
-, Ric. (fl. 1595), 37
-, Ric. (fl. c. 1638), 24
-, Ric. (fl. 1651, ? the same), 129
-, Ric. (fl. 1736), 130
-, Ric. (fl. 1766), 36
-, Rog., 37
-, Thos. (fl. 1710), 24, 152
-, Thos. (fl. 1901), 248
-, Wm. (d. 1590), 74, 111, 122, 129, 133
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1638), 129
-, (later Church), fam., 151

Lavington, Market, 1, 21, 32, 41, 82–106
-, adv., 87–8, 92, 101–2
-, agric., 94–7
-, Black Dog, 82–3, 86
-, inn, 85
-, bridges, 83
-, chant., 85, 87, 93, 102
-, estate, 93
-, ho., 85, 93
-, chars., 103–6
-, ch., 92, 101–3
-, Clyffe Hall, 92–3
-, ct., 5, 85, 100
-, Dewey's Water, 82–3
-, dom. archit., 83, 85
-, Easterton, q.v.
-, fair, 100
-, farms, 83, 85, 88, 96–7
-, Fiddington, 82, 86, 93, 103
-, farms, 94
-, Fiddington Ho., 85, 94
-, man., 93–4
-, pl.-name, 93
-, firing ranges, 83, 97
-, fulling ranges, 83, 97
-, glebe, 102
-, Gore, q.v.
-, horticulture, 3, 82, 96
-, inc., 82, 95–6
-, inds., 98–9
-, agric. implements, 3, 99
-, brewing, 98
-, bricks, 82, 89 n, 98–9; and see Market Lavington Brick & Tile Co. Ltd.
-, malt, 3, 98
-, inns, 85
-, mans. and other estates, 55, 87–9 92–3, 123
-, man.-hos., 85, 88–9, 92, 96, 105
-, map, 84
-, mkt., 3, 82, 87–8, 99–100, 264
-, mkt.-pl., 85, 100
-, mills, 83, 86, 100
-, nonconf., 52, 60, 104, 188
-, par. officers, 101
-, pl.-name, 82
-, poor-relief, 101
-, pop., 86, 193
-, rectors, 101–2
-, rectory, 92, 101–2
-, rectory- (or parsonage) ho., 32, 92
-, rly., 83
-, roads, 83
-, schs., 92, 104–5
-, tithes, 92, 102
-, Townsend, 85
-, vicars, 102–3
-, vicarage, 101–2
-, vicarage-ho., 102
-, wkho., 101

Lavington West, 82–3, 93, 105, 240
-, ch., 49, 58, 102
-, Dauntsey's School, 89, 100, 105
-, Gore, q.v.
-, Littleton Pannell, 3, 5, 89, 100, 240
-, man., 93–4
-, mill, 100
-, nonconf., 104
-, rly. sta., 83, 85
-, sch., 60

Lawrence:
-, Mary (d. 1663), 218
-, Mary (fl. 1671), 218
-, Ric., rector of Gt. Cheverell and Rollestone, abp. of Cashel, 51
-, Thos. (father of Sir Thos., d. 1830), 261
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1830), 229, 261–2, 306
-, Mr. (fl. c. 1734), architect, 277
-, Mr. (fl. 1936), 219
-, fam., 221

Le Mans (Sarthe, France), abbey of St. Vincent, 49

Lea, vicar of, see Methuen, Thos. Ant.

Leach:
-, Rob. Valentine, 247–8
-, Valentine, 247
-, Wm., 258, 260

leather trades, 169, 185, 221, 253–8, 311

Lee:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Wharton, marq. of Wharton, 88, 121, 139
-, Anne, w. of Sir Hen., see Danvers
-, Edw., rector of All Cannings, abp. of York, 30
-, Eleanor, m. Jas. Bertie, Ld. Norreys, earl of Abingdon, 88, 121, 139
-, Sir Geo., 286
-, Sir Hen., 88, 92, 120, 139, 271
-, Pain de la, 91

Leeds (Yorks. W.R.), 265

Legge:
-, Eliz. Forde, 101
-, Ric., 96
-, fam., 97

Leicester:
-, earl of, see Robert
-, honor of, 120

Leicestershire, see Loughborough; Seagrave

Leigh de la Mere, 91–2, 98

Leland, John, antiquary, prebendary of N. Newnton, 135, 161, 210, 231, 245, 254, 264

Letcombe Bassett (Berks.), rector of, see Lavington, Peter of

Lethelin (fl. 1086), 54

Levingston, Thos. and his w. Anne, 246–7

Lewen, Thos., 258

Lewer, Rob., 241 n

Lewis:
-, H. C., 248
-, John, 39
-, Rob., 257 n
-, Thos. Noyes (d. c. 1807), 180
-, Thos. Noyes (d. 1861), 180

Lewisham (Kent), Colfe's Grammar Sch., headmaster of, see Williams, Wm.

Lewknor:
-, Mary, see St. Amand
-, Ric., 23

Lexinton, Ld., see Sutton, Rob.

Ley, Hen., earl of Marlborough, 271

Liddell, Jas., 37

Liddington, 35

Limesy, Margery de, 43

Lincoln, earls of, see Lacy, Hen. de; Roumare

Lincoln:
-, bp. of, see Alexander; Burghersh, Hen.
-, castle, 238

Lindsey, Sir David, 242

Line:
-, Thos., 158
-, fam., 159

Lisle:
-, Sir Beauvoir de, 248
-, Humph., 156

L'Isle Dieu (Eure, France), abbey, 34

Little Cheverell Dairy Co., 57

Littleton Pannell, see Lavington, West

Llewellin, John, 249, 291

Llewellins & James, bell-founders, 51

Lloyd, Col. Chas., 229, 250

Lock, Hughes & Co.'s bank, 235 n, 260

Locke:
-, John, 260
-, Wadham (fl. 1744, 1755), 260
-, Wadham (d. 1835), 249
-, fam., 249

Loder:
-, Giles, 121
-, Sir Rob., 121

London, Wm. of, 43

London, 92, 97, 121, 215, 223, 228, 230, 238, 250, 253, 279, 290, 294, 300
-, bell-foundry, 51
-, bp. of, see Basset, Fulk
-, corporation, 208
-, goldsmith, 307
-, hosp. of St. Kath. by the Tower, 35
-, hosp. of St. Thos., 109–10
-, Ld. Mayor, see Eyles, Sir John (d. 1703)
-, merchant of, 311
-, Tower of, 238
-, Westminster Abbey, 19

Long:
-, Edw. (fl. c. 1583), 48
-, Edw. (fl. c. 1635), 48
-, Eleanor, w. of John (d. 1676), m. 2 Wm. Shower, 56
-, Giffard, 48
-, Hen. (d. c. 1489), 72
-, Sir Hen. (fl. 1610), 94
-, Hen. (d. 1691), 172
-, Jas., 72, 188
-, Joan, w. of. Hen. (d. c. 1489), see Malwain
-, Joan, w. of Wm. (d. 1562), 48
-, John (fl. 1493–4), 36
-, John (d. c. 1602), 36
-, John (d. 1676), 56
-, John (fl. 1680s), 24
-, John (fl. 1717), and his w. Honour, 209
-, Mary, see May
-, Sir Rob., 229
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1508), 36
-, Thos. (d. 1562), 48
-, Thos. (fl. 1606), 56
-, Sir Wal., 36
-, fam., 36, 56, 290

Longbridge Deverill, vicar of, see Dobson, John

Longendale (Ches.), 111

Longespée:
-, Ela (d. 1261), w. of Wm., see Salisbury
-, Ela (d. before 1277), m. Rog. la Zouche, 88
-, Ela (d. 1298), m. 1 Thos., earl of Warwick, 2 Phil. Basset, 4, 120, 163, 169, 170 n
-, Emily, w. of Maur. FitzMaurice, 88, 99, 101
-, Emily, w. of Steph., 87–8, 99, 101
-, Marg., m. Hen., earl of Lincoln, 9
-, Steph., 87
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury, 138

Longleat Priory, see Horningsham

Lott:
-, John, bell-founder, 125
-, Tim., 256 n

Loughborough (Leics.), 293

Lovel:
-, John, Ld. Lovel (d. 1408), 78, 80, 241
-, John, Ld. Lovel (d. 1414), 78, 80

Lowe (Low):
-, C. H., 300
-, Ric., 92

Lucas:
-, Chas., 229
-, Frances Mary, 310–11
-, Sarah Anne W., 313

Luce, Adm. John, 59

Ludgershall, 238, 244
-, rector of, see Parsons, Bart.

Ludlow:
-, Geo., 111
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1680), 257
-, Wm. (fl. 1784), 249–50, 258

Ludlow Bruges, fam., 97, 102

Lybbe, John, rector of Gt. Cheverell, 50

Lydeway, see Stert; Urchfont

Lydiard Tregoze, 23

Lyllebon, Wal., 239

Lymbergh, Tidemann de, 63–4

Lyneham, 311
-, man., 16, 123, 197, 217

M

Macdonald, Mr., 296 n

McMahon, Sir Horace, 250

McNiven, Edw., 64

Magdalen College, Oxford, 88

Maggs:
-, F. J., 35
-, J. H., 35, 38, 139, 143

Maidment:
-, A. L., 194
-, fam., 29, 200

Malmesbury, earl of, see Harris, Sir Jas.

Malmesbury, 165, 229
-, Civil War at, 228

malting, 3, 47, 58, 68, 98, 258–9

Malvern, Gt. (Worcs.), Priory, 156, 158
-, prior of, 156, 158, 187

Malwain:
-, Alice, w. of John (d. before 1426), 72, 75
-, Joan, m. Hen. Long (d. c. 1489), 72
-, John (d. 1322), 72
-, John (d. c. 1375), 72, 179, 187
-, John (d. by 1426), 72–3, 179
-, Rog., and his w. Avice, 179
-, Wm. (fl. 1176), 72
-, Wm. (fl. 1270), 75
-, Wm. (fl. 1285, ? the same), 75
-, fam., 72, 76, 179

Mandeville:
-, Geof. de, earl of Essex, 216
-, Wm. de, earl of Essex, 216

Manners:
-, Cecily, see Hungerford
-, Francis, earl of Rutland, 163

Manning, John, 27

Manningford Abbots (in Manningford), 4–5, 106–12, 113, 210
-, adv., 111
-, agric., 109–11, 132
-, bridges, 107
-, ch., 107, 111–12
-, cts., 110
-, dom. archit., 107, 161
-, farms, 107, 109–10
-, glebe, 110–11
-, horticulture, 106–7, 110
-, inc., 109
-, man. and other estates, 107–9
-, man.-ho., 109
-, map, 108
-, 'Merce ford', 107
-, mill, 109–10
-, nonconf., 112
-, par. officers, 111
-, poor-relief, 111
-, pop., 106
-, prehist. remains, 106
-, rectors, 107, 111–12
-, rectory, 111, 116–17
-, rectory-ho., 107, 111–12, 113
-, rly. halt, 3, 107
-, roads, 106–7
-, schs., 112, 118
-, Swanborough Tump (Ash, Swana beorth), 5, 106, 215
-, tithes, 111
-, water-meadow, 107, 110

Manningford Bohune (in Manningford, formerly in Wilsford), 4, 106, 113, 204–6, 211
-, agric., 209–11
-, Bottlesford, 3, 19, 110, 128, 206, 211–13
-, dom. archit., 206
-, fireworks ind., 211
-, horticulture, 3, 110, 206, 210–11; and see Ware, Wal. T., Ltd.
-, nonconf., 214
-, pl.-name, 206
-, sch., 19, 214
-, bridges, 206, 211
-, chap., 211
-, chars., 214
-, ch., 18, 116, 202, 212–13, 223
-, cts., 211, 222
-, dom. archit., 206
-, farms, 208, 210–12
-, inc., 206, 210
-, man. and other estates, 208–9
-, man.-ho., 206, 208–9
-, map, 108
-, mill, 116, 211
-, nonconf., 213–14
-, poor-relief, 204, 211
-, pop., 205–6
-, prehist. remains, 205
-, roads, 206
-, sch., 19, 118, 214
-, tithes, 209, 211–12
-, Townsend, 206, 213–14
-, water-meadows, 210
-, woodland, 206

Manningford Bruce (in Manningford), 4, 106, 113–19, 129
-, adv., 117
-, agric., 115–16
-, bridge, 113
-, chars., 118–19
-, ch., 116–18, 212
-, cts., 116
-, dom. archit., 114
-, farms, 114, 116
-, glebe, 117
-, inc., 116
-, man. and other estates, 114–15, 211
-, man.-ho., 114–15
-, map, 108
-, mills, 115–16
-, nonconf., 118
-, par. officers, 116
-, pl.-name, 113
-, pop., 113
-, prehist. remains, 113
-, rectors, 117, 135
-, rectory, 111–12, 116–17
-, rectory-hos., 114, 116–17
-, roads, 113
-, Rom. remains, 113
-, schs., 112–13, 118–19, 136, 214
-, tithes, 117
-, Townsend, 114, 116
-, water-meadows, 113
-, woodland, 113, 116

Mannings, Geo., 180

Mante, John, 50

Maple, Wm., 258

March, earl of, see Mortimer, Rog.

Marden, John of, 124

Marden, 4–5, 71, 119–25
-, adv., 69, 123–4
-, agric., 122–3
-, chars., 124
-, ch., 123–5
-, cts., 123, 222
-, dom. archit., 120
-, farms, 120–4
-, firing ranges, 123
-, glebe, 121, 124
-, Green, the, 120
-, inc., 121–2
-, man. and other estates, 120–2, 208
-, Marden Manor (Ho.), 121
-, mill, 123
-, nonconf., 125
-, poor-relief, 123
-, pop., 119
-, prehist. remains, 119
-, rectory, 121
-, roads, 119–20
-, sch., 125
-, tithes, 121, 124
-, vicarage, 69–70, 123–4
-, vicarage-ho., 124
-, vicars, 121, 123–4
-, water-meadows, 119, 122–3
-, woodland, 122–3

Marden earthwork, see Beechingstoke

Marden Pedigree Pig Co. Ltd., 123

Mare, de la:
-, Hugh, 91
-, Maud, w. of Rob. (d. 1382), 87
-, Peter (fl. 1166), 87
-, Peter (d. by 1210), 87
-, Peter (d. 1254), 87–8, 91, 95, 100–1
-, Peter (d. 1292), 87, 91
-, Peter (d. 1349), 87, 93, 102
-, Rob. (d. by 1202), 87
-, Rob. (d. by 1211), 87
-, Rob. (d. 1272), 87
-, Rob. (d. 1308), 87
-, Rob. (d. 1382), 87, 91
-, Willelma, m. Sir John Roche (d. 1400), 78, 87
-, fam., 91

Margaret, queen of Edward I, 241

Margaret, queen of Hen., s. of Henry II, 240

Margaret, queen of Henry VI, 242

Margaret, ctss. of Winchester, 120

Markes:
-, Frances Barnes, 204
-, Thos., vicar of Wilcot, 203

Market Lavington Brick and Tile Co., 57, 99

markets, see Devizes; Lavington, Market; Upavon; Wilcot

Marlborough, Alf. of, 23

Marlborough:
-, duke of, see Spencer, Geo.
-, earl of, see Ley, Hen.

Marlborough, 78, 251, 254, 307–8
-, castle, 238–9, 242
-, ch., 254
-, hosp., 198
-, inns, 260
-, Jews at, 253
-, nonconf., 146
-, parliamentary representation, 284
-, pop., 227
-, privileges, 268–9
-, rector, see Williams, Sir Erasmus
-, taxation, 253–4, 256

Marlborough Downs, 1, 16, 20, 126, 146, 190

Marshal:
-, John le (fl. 1140), 238
-, John (fl. 1217–19), 239
-, John (d. c. 1235), 62
-, John (d. 1242), 62

Marshmill:
-, John atte (fl. 1306), 140
-, John atte (fl. 1349, another), 140
-, John (fl. 1392), 115
-, John (fl. 1480), 115
-, Kath., m. Rob. Andrews, 115
-, Wm. atte, 140

Marston, C. H., 295

Marston, 52, 105

Martin (Marten):
-, Chris., 132
-, Eliz., see Thistleden
-, Nic., 10, 12
-, Sam., 312
-, Wm. d). by 1567), 132
-, Wm. (fl. 1567), 132

Martinsell Hill, see Oare

Mary I, queen, 31, 59

Mary Louisa Victoria, dchss. of Kent, mother of Queen Victoria, 229, 261

Massey, Sir Edw., 229

Mathews, see Matthews

Maton, E. B., 163

Matthew son of John, 241

Matthews (Mathews):
-, Jas., 115
-, John, 258 n
-, Sarah, see Sutton

Mattock:
-, John, 47
-, fam., 46

Maud, empress, 238, 268–9, 287 n

Mauge, —. sculptor, 188

Mauley, Peter de, 162–3, 169–70, 239

Maundrell:
-, Ric., 271
-, Rob., 140
-, Wm., 140

Mawkes:
-, Ant., (fl. 1596), 10
-, Ant., (fl. 1673), 11, 13

May (Maye):
-, Alice, m. Edw. Horton, 94
-, Anne, m. Jeremy Horton, 94
-, Hen., 94
-, John., 298
-, Mary, m. Sir Hen. Long, 94
-, Rob., 94
-, Messrs., 259
-, Mrs., see Mayo

Mayell:
-, Joshua, 128
-, Rob., 128
-, Sam. (fl. 1736), 128
-, Sam., neph. of Sam. (fl. 1736), 128

Maynard:
-, Jas., 249, 302, 305, 314
-, Jane, 249

Mayo:
-, Chas., rector of Beechingstoke and Huish, 18–19, 81–2
-, John, rector of Beechingstoke and vicar of Wilcot, 18, 203, 212
-, Revd. Jos., 249
-, Jos., s. of Revd. Jos., 249
-, (or Maye), Mrs., 297
-, fam., 19, 260

Medlam, W. B., 247

Meek:
-, Alex., 112, 115, 180, 249–50
-, Alex. Grant, 115, 282
-, Bridget E. Grant, 115
-, Eliz. M. Grant, 115
-, Ernle Grant, 115
-, Mrs. Grant, 250 n
-, fam., 110, 118, 250

Melksham, 58, 132, 248, 260
-, forest, 238–9, 241, 243
-, nonconf., 299
-, taxation, 253

Melun, John de, Ld. of Tancarville, 63

Membury, Peter of, 23

Mere, 240
-, Zeals, 216–17

Merewether (Merryweather):
-, Edw., 44, 46
-, Hannah, 295–6
-, Hugh, 46
-, Jeffrey, 44
-, John (fl. 1480), 44
-, John (d. 1583), 44
-, John (d. 1613), 44–5
-, John (fl. 1625), 92
-, John (d. 1626, another), 44–5
-, John (fl. 1659), 92
-, John (fl. early 18th cent.), 97
-, Priscilla, w. of Ric., 44
-, Ric., 44
-, Thos. (d. 1602), 45
-, Thos., s. of Thos. (d. 1602), 45
-, Thos. (fl. 1625), 256
-, fam., 44–6, 290

Meriton, John, 299

Merrit (or Tyler), Benj., 100

Merryweather, see Merewether

Merton College, Oxford, 38, 144, 171

metal trades, 253–5, 258; and see edge-tools

metheglin, manufacture of, 259

Methodists, 13, 19, 32, 40, 52, 81, 104, 118, 125, 136, 154, 172, 188–9, 203, 224, 297–300

Methuen:
-, F. P., 31
-, Hen. Hoare, 31, 33, 76
-, John, 229
-, Sir Paul (fl. 1733), 274
-, Paul, Ld. Methuen (d. 1849), 3
-, Thos. Ant., rector of All Cannings, and Garsdon, vicar of Lea, 31–2

Michell:
-, Alice, w. of John, 78–9
-, Christine, m. Wm. FitzGeoffrey, 78–9
-, Eliz., m. — Hall, 79
-, Isabel, m. Thos. Beke, 78
-, John, 78

Middlemarch, 229

Middlesex, see Fulham

Middleton:
-, Sir Hugh, 208
-, Jane, see Gorges

Midhurst (Suss.), 207

Miell, Edw., 104

Mikkelfeld, Wm. de, rector of Rushall, 145

Mildmay, Sir Wal., 152

Miles:
-, Hen. (fl. c. 1639), 218
-, Hen. (fl. 1739), 27
-, John (d. c. 1639), 218–20, 222
-, John (fl. earlier 17th cent., another), 256
-, John (d. by 1709), 197
-, Thos. (fl. 1593), 197
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1638), 197
-, fam., 16–17, 221

militia, see Hampshire militia; Wiltshire militia

Milk Hill, see Stanton St. Bernard

Mill (Mulle):
-, John of the, 143
-, Peter, 141
-, Rob., 140–1

Millard, see Milward

Miller, H., 62, 68

Mills:
-, Steph. (d. c. 1663), 24
-, Steph. (fl. 1845), 65, 67
-, Thos., 151

mills, see Alton Barnes; Alton Priors; Beechingstoke; Cannings, All; Cheverell, Great; Cheverell, Little; Chirton; Devizes; Lavington, Market; Lavington, West; Manningford Abbots; Manningford Bohune; Marden; Newnton; North; Potterne; Roundway; Rushall; Stanton St. Bernard; Stert; Upavon; Urchfont; Wilcot; Wilsford; Woodborough

Milman, the Misses, 249

Miln, Jas., 313

Milton Lilbourne, Clench in, 79, 126

Milward (Millard):
-, Mary, 24
-, Thos., rector of Huish, 81

mint, see Devizes

Mitcham (Surr.), 258

Moberly, Geo., bp. of Salisbury, 300

Mohaut:
-, Emma de, see Emma
-, Rob. de, 222

Mohun:
-, Isabel de, see Basset
-, Reynold de, 163

Moleyns:
-, Eleanor de, m. Rob. Ld. Hungerford and Moleyns, 91
-, Joan de, w. of John (d. 1342), m. 2 Sir Mic. Poynings, 91
-, John de (d. 1342), 91
-, Sir John de (d. 1359), 91, 98
-, Wm. de (d. 1380), 91
-, Wm. (d. 1429), 91

Monck, Ric., and his w. Joan, 15

Monkton Farleigh Priory, 73, 211–12

Monmouth's rebellion, 262

Monmouthshire, see Abergavenny

Montagu:
-, Cath. de, w. of Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1344), 101
-, Charlotte, see Wroughton
-, Eliz. de, w. of Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1397), 9
-, Adm. Geo., 194–5
-, Geo. Edw. Stirling, 194, 202
-, Col. Geo. W., see Wroughton
-, Adm. John Wm., 194
-, Thos., earl of Salisbury, 9
-, Wm. de, earl of Salisbury (d. 1344), 9, 101
-, Wm. de, earl of Salisbury (d. 1397), 9–10, 101

Montfort:
-, Parnel de, see Dunstanville
-, Rob. de, 156
-, Wm. de, 156

Montgomery, earls of, see Herbert

Moore:
-, John, 141, 165
-, Sam., 99
-, Wilfred, 99
-, Wm. (fl. early 18th cent.), 165
-, Wm. (fl. 20th cent.), 99

More:
-, Eliz., see Clevedon
-, Hannah, 59, 189
-, John, 217
-, —, 189

Morehead, Wm., 6

Morgan, Gregory., 123

Morris:
-, Hen., 231, 253, 312, 314
-, John, 255 n
-, fam., 255

Morse, John, 208, 214

Mortain, counts of, see John, king; Robert

Mortimer:
-, Hugh, 63
-, Rog. (d. 1282), 239
-, Rog., earl of March (d. 1399), 216, 222
-, Wm., 234

Mother Anthony's Well, see Roundway

Mounteyne, Ric., and his w. Eliz., 165

Mountsorrell, John of, 241 n

Mowbray, Aline, Lady Mowbray, 114–15

Moxham, Edw., 257 n

Moxon:
-, Wm., 125
-, fam., 125

Moyle, Sir Thos., 152

Mulle, see Mill

Mullens, Benoni, architect, 298

Munday (Mundy):
-, Francis, 197
-, Geo., 197
-, John, 197
-, Ric., 197
-, Rob., 36
-, fam., 36

Munham, Phil. de 239n

N

Naseby (Northants.), battle, 229

Nash:
-, Maria, 157
-, Sarah, 158
-, Thos., 158

Neale:
-, Sir Francis, 62, 65
-, Steph., 66
-, Wm., 257 n

Neate:
-, And., 18
-, Eliz., see Young
-, Jas., 98
-, John, 221
-, Steph. Richmond, 121
-, Steph. Young, 121

Needham:
-, Jos., 234, 260 n
-, fam., 290

Neild, Jas., 251

Nesfeld, John, 55

Netheravon, 4, 7
-, Chisenbury, West, 4, 165, 171

Neville:
-, Anne (d. 1484), m. 2 Ric., duke of Gloucester, 216
-, Anne (d. 1492), w. of Ric., earl of Warwick, see Beauchamp
-, Isabel, m. Geo., duke of Clarence, 216
-, Ric., earl of Warwick, 216
-, Rob. de, 239

New, Jos., 248

New College, Oxford, 10–12, 152, 156–8, 200, 219
-, warden, 10–11, 144, 157–8, 261 n

New Minster, see Winchester, Hyde Abbey

New Model Army, 229

New Park, see Roundway

New Town, see Devizes

Newbury, John of, 145

Newdigate:
-, Anne, see Seymour
-, Francis, 23, 30

Newman:
-, John, vicar of Upavon, 171
-, Thos., 311

Newnton, North, 4–5, 19, 111, 126– 36, 146
-, adv., 133–5
-, agric., 130–2, 209
-, chapelry of, see Knoyle, West
-, ch., 133–6, 203, 212
-, cts., 133, 152
-, dom. archit., 127–8
-, farms, 128–9, 131–4
-, glebe, 133–4
-, Gores, see Hilcott
-, Hilcott, q.v.
-, inc., 131
-, man. and other estates, 128–9
-, mill, 130, 133
-, par. officers, 133
-, pop., 127
-, prebend, 133–5, 152
-, prebendal estate, 134
-, prebendal-ho., 134
-, prebendaries, 134–5
-, Rainscombe, q.v.
-, rectors, 135
-, rectory, 38, 133–4
-, roads, 127
-, sch., 19, 136, 146
-, tithes, 133–5
-, vicarage, 133–5
-, vicarage-ho., 134
-, vicars, 135
-, water-meadow, 131
-, Wood Bridge, 127–8, 137, 160–1 inn, 127–8

Newsham, Ric., 283

Newsome, R. N., 247

Newton:
-, Sir Ernest, architect, 93
-, John, rector of Little Cheverell and vicar of Coleshill, 59

Newton Ferrers (Devon), 135

Nichol, G. B., 110

Nicholas:
-, Anne, m. John Busfield, 115, 117
-, Bridget, m. John Nicholas (d. 1742), 23
-, Edw. (d. 1582), 115
-, Edw. (fl. 1596), 115
-, Edw. (d. 1623), 26
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1669), 26
-, Edw. (fl. 1687), 23, 27
-, Edw. (d. 1706), 114–15, 118
-, Eliz., 23
-, Georgiana, m. Phil. Gell, 23
-, Griffin, 303, 312
-, Jasper, 91
-, John (fl. 1606), 271 n
-, John (d. 1738), 23
-, John (d. 1742), 23
-, Mary, m. Henri de Polier Vernand, 23
-, Mary, see Lane
-, Mic., 303, 312
-, (formerly Heath), Nic., 23
-, Oliffe Richmond, 293
-, Sir Oliver, 115
-, Ric., 91
-, Rob. (fl. 1551), 122
-, Rob. (fl. 1572), 91
-, Rob. (d. 1592), 26
-, Rob. (d. 1602), and his w. Jane, 115
-, Rob. (fl. 1639), 26
-, Rob. (d. 1667), 271, 303, 312
-, Rob. (fl. 1713), 117
-, Rob. (d. 1722), 293
-, Rob. (d. 1725), 293
-, Rob. (d. 1826), 249
-, Susanna, w. of Edw. (d. 1706), 115
-, fam., 27, 97, 303

Nichols, John, 66, 69

Niel, bp. of Ely, 238

Nisbet, Rob. Parry, 250, 293

Niven, David, 194

Noble, J. H., 16, 121

nonconformity, see Baptists; Brethren; Congregationalists; Independents; Latter Day Saints; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Salvation Army

Norfolk, duke of, see Howard, John

Norfolk, Norwich, bp. elect, of, see Pandulf

Normandy, Rob. of, see Robert

Normanton, earls of, 15, 35, 139, 208, 219; and see Agar

Norres, see Norris

Norreys, Ld., see Bertie, Jas.

Norrington, see Alvediston

Norris (Norres):
-, Hen., 133
-, Jas., 98

North, Edw., 180

North Wilts. Dairy Co., see Wilts. United Dairies Ltd.

North Wilts. Dispensary, see Devizes

North Wilts. Foundry, see Devizes

Northampton, 59

Northamptonshire, see Boughton; Broughton; Fotheringhay; Naseby; Northampton
-, Blisworth, rector of, see Yate, Jonathan

Northcombe, see Urchfont

Northey, Edw., 255, 311

Northumberland:
-, duke of, see Percy, Hugh
-, earl of, see Seymour, Algernon

Norwich, bp. elect of, see Pandulf

Norwood:
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Barley, 63
-, John, 63

Nosworthy:
-, J. W., 48, 50 59, 149
-, J. W., & Partner, 219
-, John, 59, 149
-, fam., 152

Nott, fam., 290

Nottinghamshire, see Southwell

Noyes:
-, Anne (d. 1654), see Ernle
-, Anne (fl. 1658), m. Edw. Howard, 68, 178
-, Anne (fl. 1739), 25
-, Eliz., m. John Richards, 178
-, Israel, and his w. Margery, 188
-, Joan, see Bacon
-, John (fl. 1557), 188
-, John (fl. 1599, ? the same), 221
-, John, s. of John (fl. 1557), 188
-, Ric. (fl. 1604), 221
-, Ric. (d. by 1645, another), 178
-, Rob. (d. c. 1614), 178, 181–2
-, Rob. (d. by 1645), 178
-, Sam., 188, 298
-, Susan, m. Hen. Eyre, 178
-, Thos. (fl. 1540), 29
-, Thos. (fl. 1563, ? the same), 25
-, Thos. (d. 1675), 25
-, Wm. (fl. 1510), 182
-, Wm. (d. 1557, another), 116, 181–2, 188
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (d. 1557), 116
-, Wm., s. of Thos. (fl. 1563), 25
-, Wm. (d. 1618), 178, 181–2
-, Wm. (d. by 1622, another), 165
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (d. by 1622), 165
-, Wm. (d. by 1645), 178, 181–2
-, Wm. (fl. 1695), 25
-, fam., 182, 221

Nunnaminster, see Winchester, abbey of St. Mary

Nurse, W. M., 247 n

Nursery, the, see Devizes

Nursteed, see Roundway

Nutland:
-, Hen. (fl. 19th cent.), 27
-, Hen. (fl. 1971), 128
-, R. H., 128

Nye, Ant., 91

O

Oaksey, chap., 211

Oare:
-, Isabel of, 196
-, Wal. of, 196

Oare (in Wilcot), 4–5, 77–81, 126, 132, 190
-, agric., 132–3, 200–1; and see Huish, agric.
-, chars., 82, 193, 204
-, ch., 80–1, 96, 202–4, 223
-, cts., 222; and see Wilcot, cts.
-, dom. archit., 193
-, farms, 80, 197–8, 200–1
-, Giant's Grave, 190
-, inc., 77, 80, 126, 190, 197, 200–1
-, mans. and other estates, 195–8
-, man.-ho., see Oare, Oare Ho.
-, Martinsell Hill, 126, 190, 196, 200–1
-, nonconf., 81, 203
-, Oare Ho., 112, 196, 203
-, par. officers, 202
-, poor-relief, 202
-, pop., 193
-, Rom. Cath., 204
-, Romano-Brit. site, 77, 193
-, schs., 77–8, 81, 204
-, smithy, 193
-, tithes, 80, 198, 202
-, tithingman, 202
-, woodland, 200

Ocle (Okelegh), John, 287

Odiham (Hants), castle, 244

Odlum, Geo. M., 208

Ogard:
-, Alice, see Cooksey
-, Sir And., 114

Okelegh, see Ocle

Okey, Thos., 295

Oldfield, T. B., 284

Oliphant, Mrs., 249

Olivier, Hen. Steph., 90

Oram:
-, Jas., 259
-, W. J., 48

Orchard, John, see Archard

Orchardsleigh (Som.), 240

Orcheston St. George, 292

Orcheston St. Mary, 292
-, rector of, see Rollestone, Hen. of

Ordlaf, ealdorman, 148

Osmund, bp. of Salisbury, 237

Ossington, Thos. of, 218

Oswald, 91

Oswestry (Salop.), 282

Oswulf, bp. of Ramsbury, 148

Otto, cardinal-legate, 240

Overton:
-, Thos., 178–9
-, Thos. Collins, architect, 249
-, Wm., 178, 188

Overton, 8
-, Alton Priors, q.v.
-, Shaw farm, 10–11; and see Alton Barnes, Shaw

Oxford, 13, 268
-, cathedral, see Christ Church
-, university, 145, 187
-, Ashmolean Museum, keeper of, see Phillips, John
-, Colleges, see Brasenose; Christ Church; Corpus Christi; Magdalen; Merton; New

Oxfordshire, see Ewelme; Oxford; Sandford

Oyseleur:
-, Hen. le, 238 n
-, Rog. le, 238 n

P

Page:
-, Mat., 249
-, Ric., 164
-, Wm. (d. c. 1542), 311
-, Wm. (fl. 1570), 249

Paget, Jas., 23

Painter, L. G., 264 n

Palmer:
-, And., 307
-, Ric., 256

Palmerston, Vct., see Temple, Hen.

Palton:
-, Eliz., see Wroth
-, Wm., 15

Pandulf, legate, bp. elect of Norwich, 239

Pannell, Edw., 257 n

Paradise (Paradice):
-, Edw., 259 n
-, Francis, 273
-, Hen. (fl. 1722), 259 n
-, Hen. (fl. 1726, ? the same), 257 n
-, John, 257 n
-, Thos., 255 n
-, Wm. (fl. 1741–4), 259 n
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1760), 257 n
-, —, 256
-, fam., 255–7, 259, 293

Parker, Rob., 153

Parkinson, Jas., 208

Parr, Cath., see Catherine

Parry:
-, Jos., 28, 32, 71
-, Leonard, 44
-, Sarah, 189
-, fam., 28

Parsons, Bart., rector of Manningford Bruce, and Ludgershall, vicar of Collingbourne Kingston, 117

Partridge, Wm., 222

Patney, 4, 7, 71, 105, 121, 223
-, ch., 69–70, 124
-, cts., 152
-, rly. junction, 3, 72

Paulet:
-, Anne, see Cole
-, Chas., marq. of Winchester, duke of Bolton, 3
-, Essex (d. 1653), 23
-, Essex (d. 1682), 23–4
-, Sir John, 23
-, Wm., marq. of Winchester (d. 1598), 23
-, Wm. (fl. 1631), 23

Paulton:
-, Gillian, m. John Cheney (fl. 1474), 195
-, John of, and his w. Joan, 195
-, Wm., 195
-, fam., 195, 200

Pavely:
-, Joan, m. Sir Ralph Cheyney, 35
-, John, 35
-, Reynold, 34–5
-, fam., 35

Paxton, fam., 52

Paynter, Rob., 311

Peacock:
-, A. G., 129
-, A. J. and Son, 211

Pead, Geo., 256

Pearse (Pearce):
-, Geo. Griffin, 66
-, John, 284, 302–3
-, and see Pierce

Pearson, J. L., architect, 40, 118

Peck, Jos., 256 n

Pegge, Maud Edith, m. Benj. Howard Cunnington, 230, 313

Pembroke, earls of, 128, 133–5, 148, 150, 152–3; and see Herbert

Pembrokeshire, see St. David's

Peniston (Pennistone), John, architect, 293

Penruddocke, Chas., 247

Peppercombe, see Urchfont

Percy:
-, Eliz., see Seymour (formerly Smithson), Hugh, duke of Northumberland, 107, 111

Peter, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

Peter, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Peterloo massacre, 162

Pewsey 1, 3, 99, 110, 132, 211
-, cts., 110
-, man., 106–7, 109–10
-, poor-law union, 38, 80, 111, 116, 133, 144, 202, 211, 222
-, R.D.C. housing, 114
-, rly. sta., 191
-, rural dean, 202
-, sch., 112, 146, 204
-, Sharcott, 110
-, Wick, 126

Pewsey, Vale of, 1, 3, 16, 21, 60, 72, 119, 126–7, 135–6, 147, 159, 169, 214

Pewsham Forest, 268
-, yeoman ranger, 243 n

Peyte, John, and his w. Marg., 90–1

Philip, Wm., 26

Philippa, queen of Edward III, 120, 241

Phillips:
-, Edw., 256
-, Edw. White, 256
-, Eleanor, see Powell
-, Frank, 152
-, Geo., 256 n
-, John, 120
-, Phil., 313 n
-, Sam., 256 n
-, Thos., 282
-, fam., 256

Philpot (Philpott):
-, Revd. J. C., 32
-, fam., 99
-, and see Felpot

Phipp (Phip):
-, J. F., 262
-, Nic., 256 n

Phipps:
-, Revd. E. J., rector of Devizes, 286 n, 288
-, Canon F., vicar of St. Peter's, Devizes, 294

Piccadilly (in Beechingstoke), see Beechingstoke

Piccadilly (in Devizes), see Devizes

Pierce:
-, Edw., 296
-, John (fl. 1600), 261
-, John (d. c. 1642, prob. another), 255, 286–7, 301–2, 309, 311–12, 314
-, John (d. c. 1768), vicar of Chirton, 70
-, Mary, 188
-, Ralph, 311
-, Ric., 228, 261, 273
-, Ruth, 266
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1690), 259, 261
-, Thos. (d. 1691), dean of Salisbury, 229, 255 n
-, fam., 255
-, and see Pearce

Pike:
-, Edm., 198
-, Geo., 37
-, Isabel, 198
-, Ric., 198
-, Wm., 198
-, fam., 198
-, and see Pyke

Pile (Pyle):
-, Rob., 11, 121
-, Simon, 152
-, Wm., 256 n
-, fam., 152

Pinckney:
-, Geo., rector of Rushall and vicar of Upavon, 145
-, Hen., 16
-, John (fl. 1443), 16
-, John (fl. early 15th cent., ? the same), 219
-, Ric., 16
-, Rob., 39
-, Thos., 16
-, Wm. (fl. 1576), 142
-, Wm. (d. 1698), 39
-, Wm. (d. 1779), 39
-, Wm. (d. 1811), 39, 223
-, fam., 40, 142, 145

Pitney (Som.), rector of, see Astley, Francis Bickley

Pitt:
-, Ellinor, 314
-, Wm., earl of Chatham (d. 1778), 3, 6, 178
-, Wm. (d. 1806), 229

Plank:
-, E., 123
-, Mrs. I., 177

Plant, Osmund, 140, 142

Pleistow, Marg., m. Hugh Provender, 24

Pleshey (Essex), 230

Plessis, John du, earl of Warwick, 239, 244

Pleydell-Bouverie:
-, Anne, 89
-, Duncombe, 88, 92, 96, 103
-, Edw., 88–9, 92, 97
-, Jacob, earl of Radnor (d. 1828), 46–7, 57, 92–3, 100
-, Jacob, earl of Radnor (d. 1889), as Vct. Folkestone, 104
-, Louisa, m. Sam. Hay, 93, 103, 105
-, Wal., 55, 88, 97
-, (formerly Bouverie), Wm., earl of Radnor (d. 1776), 3, 5–6, 49, 55, 57, 88–9, 96–7
-, Wm., earl of Radnor (d. 1869), 49, 88, 92–3, 96, 104
-, fam., 85, 89

Plucknet:
-, Alan, 94
-, Alice, 94

Plummer, Wm., 67

Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax:
-, Ernle Eliz., Baroness Dunsany, 73, 179
-, Reg., 36, 73, 179

Podington, Peter of, 24

Pole, de la:
-, Anne, w. of Thos. (d. 1420), 64
-, Cath., 64
-, Edm., 64
-, Mic., earl of Suffolk, 64
-, Thos. (d. 1361), 64
-, Thos. (d. 1420), 64
-, Thos. (d. 1430), 64
-, Wm., duke of Suffolk, and his w. Alice, 64

Pollard, —, architect, 266

Poller, Thos., 312

Pollock, Hamilton Rivers, 177

Pontin:
-, John (d. 1649), 196
-, John (d. 1819), 196–8
-, John (fl. 1843), 80–1, 196, 201
-, Mic. (d. 1702), 196
-, Mic. (d. 1719), 196
-, Simon, 196, 204
-, Wm., 196
-, fam., 204

Ponting:
-, C. E., architect, 13, 125, 145, 188
-, Fred., architect, 93 n

Poole:
-, Sir Giles, 139
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1616), 139
-, Sir Hen. (fl. 1626), 139
-, John (fl. 1548–9), 139
-, John (d. by 1592, ? the same), 148
-, Wm., 139

Poole (Dors.), 264 n

Poore (Poor):
-, Edw. (d. 1788), 35, 128, 137, 139– 42
-, Edw. (d. 1795), 140–1
-, Sir Edw. (fl. 1838), 133, 139
-, Sir John M., 36, 139, 141, 143, 145
-, Ric. le, bp. of Salisbury, 239
-, Rog. le, 238
-, fam., 35, 142–3

Pope, fam., 67

Porter, Rob., 242 n

Post, Wal., rector of Gt. Cheverell, 50

Potter:
-, A., 133
-, Edm., 256
-, Edw., 256
-, Edwin, 99
-, Hen., 48
-, Jas. (d. c. 1812), 48, 52
-, Jas. (fl. 1816), 52
-, W. G., 180
-, fam., 42, 47

Potterne, 180, 187, 225, 227, 240, 264, 266
-, Hartmoor, 227, 234, 248
-, Marston, q.v.
-, mills:
-, Jordon's, 228
-, Whistley, 228
-, nonconf., 296
-, Wick, 227

Potterne and Cannings Hundred, 225

Poulshot, 93

Powell:
-, Sir Edw., 246–7
-, (formerly Phillips), Eleanor, 287, 302–3, 305–6, 313
-, Mary, see Vanlore
-, Wm., 299

Poynings:
-, Joan, see Moleyns
-, Sir Mic., 91

Prater:
-, Ant., 148, 152
-, Geo., 147–8
-, Thos., 148
-, Wm., 148

Prebends, see Cannings, All; Newnton, North; Stanton St. Bernard; Upavon; Urchfont

Presbyterians, 295–7

Prestwich, John, rector of Devizes, 285

Price:
-, Edw., 48
-, Morgan, 256

Prior, Wm., 294

prisons, see Devizes; Fisherton Anger

Proby, Edm., 178

Provender:
-, Agnes, w. of John, s. of John (d. by 1316), 24
-, Eliz., m. John Franklin, 24
-, Geo. (d. 1617), 24
-, Geo. (d. 1644), 24
-, Geof. (fl. 1345), 24
-, Geof. (d. 1593), 24, 26
-, Gillian, w. of John (d. by 1316), m. 2 John Clarice, 24
-, Hugh, 24
-, Joan, ? m. John of Rushall, 24
-, John (d. by 1316), 24
-, John, s. of John (d. by 1316), 24
-, Marg., see Pleistow
-, Nic., 24
-, Ric., s. of Rob., 24
-, Ric., s. of Wm. (fl. 15th cent.), 24
-, Rob., 24
-, Wm. (fl. 14th cent.), 24
-, Wm. (fl. 15th cent.), 24

Puckeridge (Puckridge):
-, Jas., 158
-, Jonathan, 158
-, fam., 200

Puckshipton, see Beechingstoke

Pudsey, Hen., 165

Pugh:
-, C. W., 273 n
-, Revd. S. S., 306

Purdue:
-, Rog., 31
-, Wm. and Rog., bell-founders, 292–3

Purre, Wm., 95

Pyke (Pyk):
-, Ellen, m. Revd. Hen. Rogers, 130
-, Hen. (d. 1636), 130
-, Hen. (d. after 1694), 130
-, Hen. (d. 1854), 130
-, Joan, see Cheverell
-, John, vicar of Enford, 172
-, Nic., 55
-, Steph., 116
-, Thos. (fl. 1652–3), 130
-, Thos. (fl. 1844), 110
-, fam., 132
-, and see Pike

Pyle, see Pile

Pynsent:
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1719), 3, 178, 181–2
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1765), 3, 178

Q

Quakers, 32, 52, 60, 104, 125, 159, 172, 188, 203, 294, 298–9

Quartermain, Ric., and his w. Joan, 90

Queen Anne's Bounty, 39, 124, 171, 202, 286–7, 292

Queens' College, Cambridge, 49

Queensberry, dukes of, see Douglas, Chas. and Wm.

Quintin:
-, Mary, 213
-, Sam., vicar of Wilsford, 213

R

R.A.F. sta. (former R.F.C. Central Flying Sch.), see Upavon

Rabeyn, Ellis, 239

Raby, Dr. Leonard, 313

Radcliffe, Wm., vicar, later rector, of North Newnton, 135

Radnor, earls of, 6, 49, 88, 100; and see Pleydell-Bouverie

rag processing, 221

railways, see Berks. & Hants Extension; Great Western; Wilts., Somerset & Weymouth

railway stations, see Beechingstoke; Chirton; Devizes; Lavington, West; Manningford Abbots; Pewsey; Woodborough

Rainscombe (in Wilcot, formerly in North Newnton), 126, 128, 190
-, agric., 126, 132–3
-, brick-making, 132
-, chars., see Oare
-, dom. archit., 128
-, farms, 132–3
-, inc., 126, 132
-, man., 128, 130, 196–7
-, pop., 127–8
-, prehist. remains, 193
-, Rainscombe Ho., 112, 130
-, woodland, 126, 132

Ralegh, Ralph de, 62

Ralph of York, prebendary of Urchfont, 181

Ralph, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Rameshalle, John de, 241 n

Ramsbury, Maud of, 238

Ramsbury, bp. of, see Oswulf

Randell, J. A., architect, 248, 258–9, 298

Randolf, Wm., 219

Rawkins:
-, Jane, w. of Nat., ? m. 2 Edw. Ballard, 128
-, (or Romen), Nat., 128

Raymond:
-, Chas., 16, 19
-, Mat., 16
-, fam., 16–17, 156

Read (Reed, Rede):
-, E. C., 247
-, John, 295
-, M. J., 24, 149, 151
-, Ric., 24, 260
-, Wm., 312 n
-, Mr., 24
-, Mrs., 295
-, fam., 293

Reading (Berks.):
-, abbot of, see Simon
-, chs., 285

Rede, see Read

Redhorn Hill, see Urchfont

Redmayne, Edw., 165

Reed, see Read

Reeks:
-, Rob., 152
-, fam., 152

Reeves:
-, Harry (fl. 1767), 109
-, Harry (fl. 1839), 197
-, Hen., 197
-, John, 197
-, Ric., 197

Rennie, John, 191

Reynes:
-, Alice, w. of Sir John (d. 1428), 140
-, Joan, see Borard
-, John (d. 1421), 140
-, Sir John (d. 1428), 140
-, Ralph (d. by 1310), 140
-, Ralph (fl. 1422), 140
-, Thos., father of Ralph (d. by 1310), 140
-, Thos., s. of Ralph (d. by 1310), 140
-, Sir Thos. (d. c. 1388), 140
-, Thos. (d. 1417), 140
-, Wal., 140

Reynold, archd. of Salisbury, bp. of Bath, abp. elect of Canterbury, 69

Reynolds:
-, Geo., 254
-, Rob., 258 n
-, S., & Co., 258 n
-, Steph., 229, 307
-, Stewart, 92
-, fam., 257–8

Rich:
-, Sir Chas, 247–8
-, Lady, 247

Richard II, 216, 241

Richard III, 55, 165
-, as duke of Gloucester, 43, 139, 216

Richard son of John, 216, 218, 222
-, his w., see Emma

Richard at the water, 141

Richards:
-, Eliz., see Noyes
-, John, 178, 182

Richman, Wm., 256 n

Richmond (Surr.), queen's library at, 34

Ricote:
-, Fulk of, 90
-, John of, 90
-, John, s. of Fulk of, 90
-, John, s. of John of, 90

Ridge Way, the, 1, 14, 45, 61, 83, 86, 96, 119, 136–7, 160, 175, 205, 214

Rievaux, Peter de, 239

Riggs, Penelope, 23

Ring:
-, John (d. c. 1557), 131
-, John (fl. 1564), 131
-, Wm., 165

Rivers:
-, Adam, 216, 219
-, Cecily, 216, 222
-, Isabel, w. of Thos. (d. 1375), 10
-, Iseult, w. of Adam, 216
-, Joan, see Grimstead
-, Jocelin, 216
-, John, 216
-, Marg., see Berner
-, Peter, 217
-, Reynold, and his w. Gillian, 216
-, Ric. (fl. 1258), 216, 222
-, Ric. (fl. 1315), 216–17
-, Ric. de (fl. 1322, another), 102
-, Thos. (d. 1375), 10
-, Thos. (fl. 1411), 10
-, Wal. de (fl. 1086), 120
-, Wal. (fl. 12th cent.), 216, 218–19, 222
-, Wal. (d. by 1213, another), 216–17
-, fam., 216–17

Robbins:
-, Harry, 220
-, Revd. Mills, 237
-, Sam., 215, 221
-, Wm., 221

Robbins, Lane & Pinniger, 219, 221

Robert of Normandy, 238, 240

Robert, count of Mortain, 63

Robert, earl of Gloucester, 238

Robert, earl of Leicester, 120

Robert the marshal, 87, 91

Robert son of Gerald, 215–16

Robert son of Peter, 216

Robinson, Crabb, 235, 306

Roche:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wal. Beauchamp, 78, 87, 89
-, John de la (fl. c. 1331), 6, 178
-, Sir John (d. 1400), 78, 87
-, Willelma, see Mare

Rochelle:
-, Agnes, 87
-, Godfrey, 87
-, Ric. (d. by 1195), 87
-, Ric. (d. c. 1276), 82, 87–8, 91, 99– 100
-, Wm. (d. by 1221), 87
-, Wm. (d. by 1234), 87–8, 91, 95, 100–1
-, fam., 87

Roger, archd. of Wilts., 212

Roger, bp. of Salisbury, 238

Roger (fl. 1086), 195

Rogers:
-, Revd. Benj., 130
-, Cath., 197
-, Sir Edw. (fl. early 16th cent.), 197
-, Edw. (fl. 1591), 197
-, Revd. Edw. Hen., 82, 130, 193, 204
-, Eliz., see Wayte
-, Eliz., dau. of Thos. (fl. after 1482), 197
-, Ellen, see Pyke
-, F. E. N., 130, 193, 204
-, Lt.-Col. F. H. N., 130
-, Francis James Newman, 130, 201
-, Francis Newman, 130
-, Geo. Bordieu, 90, 103
-, Sir Geo., 197
-, Revd. Hen., 130
-, Hen., s. of Revd. Hen., 130
-, Hen., grds. of Revd. Hen., 130
-, Revd. Jas., 130, 132, 196
-, Jane, see Winter
-, John (fl. 1654), 257 n
-, John (fl. 1705), 313
-, Mrs. R., 301
-, Rob. (fl. 1509), 123, 197, 209
-, Revd. Rob. (fl. 1752), 130
-, Thos. (d. by 1479), 197
-, Thos. (fl. after 1482), 197
-, Wm., 197
-, fam., 197

Rollestone:
-, Hen. of, rector of Orcheston St. Mary, 179
-, Nic. of, and his w. Kath., 178

Romain, J., 235

Roman Catholics, see Devizes; Draycot FitzPayne; Oare; Upavon, R.A.F. sta.

Rome, pilgrimage to, 81

Romen, Nat., see Rawkins

Romsey Abbey (Hants), abbess of, 99

Rose, w. of Wal. s. of Wm., see Walter

Rose:
-, Chas., 258–9
-, Edw., 314

Roumare:
-, Wm. de, earl of Lincoln (d. by 1161), 215–16
-, Wm. de, earl of Lincoln (d. c. 1198), 216

Roundway, 225, 233, 247, 249, 292
-, Bedborough, 233, 249, 292
-, Drew's Pond, 292
-, Le Marchant Barracks, 293
-, mills:
-, Belvedere, 257
-, Roundway, 228
-, Mother Anthony's Well, 281
-, New Park (later Roundway Ho.), 157, 228, 245, 247, 256, 284; and see Devizes, parks (new park)
-, Nursteed, 249, 292
-, Roundway Down (Hill), 225, 230, 281
-, battle, 228 n, 229
-, Roundway hosp., 229, 282

Rowborough Hundred, 3, 5–6, 89, 93
-, Bishop's Rowborough, 225
-, King's Rowborough, 3, 41, 54, 176

Rowde:
-, Gillian of, 238 n
-, Nic. of, 241 n
-, Thos. of, 238 n

Rowde, 225, 227–8, 243 n, 294, 307, 313
-, Foxhangers, 228
-, man., 238–9, 241, 246
-, Rowde Ford, 281
-, serjeanty, 240
-, Wick, 227

Rowse, Wm., 209

Royal Flying Corps, Central Flying Sch., see Upavon, R.A.F. sta.

Ruddle, Geo., 17

Rudhall:
-, Abraham, bell-founder, 103, 213
-, Thos., bell-founder, 32

Rudham, Wal. de, 78

Rushall:
-, Joan of, see Provender
-, John of, 24

Rushall, 4–5, 40, 136–46, 167, 171
-, adv., 144, 171
-, agric., 141–3
-, bridge, 137, 143
-, chars., 146
-, ch., 141, 144–5, 164, 170
-, cts., 144
-, dom. archit., 137–8, 140
-, fair, 143–4
-, farms, 141–3
-, field systems, 137, 141
-, firing range, 138
-, fulling-mill, 143
-, glebe, 142, 144–5
-, inc., 137, 143–5
-, mans. and other estates, 33, 35, 128, 138–41, 166
-, man.-ho., 137–40
-, mills, 143, 169
-, nonconf., 145–6, 172
-, par. officers, 144
-, park, 137–8, 142–3, 160
-, pop., 137–8
-, prehist. remains, 137
-, rectors, 142–3, 145, 170; and see Giffard, Thos.; Yate, Thos.
-, rectory, 138, 144, 170
-, rectory-ho., 145
-, roads, 136–7, 160
-, Romano-Brit. site, 137
-, schs., 40, 137–8, 146, 173, 214
-, stocks, 137
-, tithes, 144

Russell, Mary, 297

Russia, export to, 256

Rutland, earl of, see Manners, Francis

Rutter, I., & Co., 258

Rybury Camp, see Cannings, All

Rydell, Simon, 132

Rykman, John, 98

S

S.P.C.K., 302

Sacheverell, Tim., 291, 296, 306

Sadler:
-, Hen., 165
-, Mary, see Unwin
-, Thos., 149

Sainsbury:
-, Christian, 97
-, Fred., 90
-, G. T., 260
-, H. J., 63
-, Herb., 297
-, J. W. S., 210
-, John (fl. 1507), 89, 97
-, John (fl. 1550, ? another), 92
-, John (d. 1559), 181
-, John (d. 1634), 181
-, John (d. after 1634), 181
-, Maria, 105
-, Ric., 181
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1560), 97
-, Rob. (fl. 1732), 181
-, Sam., 103
-, Thos. (fl. 1540), 95
-, Thos. (d. 1795), 103, 105
-, Wm. (fl. 1625), and his w. Joan, 92
-, Wm. (d. 1705), 181
-, Wm. (d. 1806), 105
-, fam., 97, 103

Sainsbury Bros., brewers, 259

St. Albans Abbey (Herts.), abbot of, 12

St. Amand:
-, Anne, see West
-, Sir Ant., 23, 30, 242
-, Mary, m. Ric. Lewknor, 23
-, fam., 31

St. Amand, Ld., see Beauchamp, Sir Ric.

St. Anne's Hill, see Allington, Tan Hill

St. Asaph (Flints.), bp. of, see Tanner, Thos.

St. Bride, Nic., and his w. Maud, 207

St. David's (Pemb.), chancellor of, see Williams, Sir Erasmus

St. Joan à Gore's farm, see Gore, farm

St. John:
-, Edw., 63
-, Marg., 63
-, Ric., 63

St. Joseph of Annecy, teaching order, 304–5

St. Lo:
-, Joan, see Cheverell
-, John (d. c. 1314), 55
-, Sir John (d. 1375), 55
-, John (fl. 1447), 251
-, Marg., w. of Sir John, m. 2 Sir Peter Courteney, 55

St. Maur:
-, Algernon, duke of Somerset (d. 1923), 194
-, Ernest, Ld. St. Maur, 194
-, and see Seymour

Ste. Mère Eglise, Wm. of, 239

St. Wandrille de Fontenelle (SeineMaritime, France):
-, abbey, 38, 144, 164, 166, 170–1, 211
-, abbots, 164–5, 170–1
-, cell of, see Upavon, priory

Salisbury:
-, Edw. of (fl. 1086), 9, 72–4, 193–4, 198, 202, 207–8
-, Ela of, ctss. of Salisbury (d. 1261), m. Wm. Longespée, 207
-, Marg., ctss. of, see Longespée
-, Maud of, m. Humph. de Bohun (fl. 12th cent.), 73, 207–8
-, Maud (fl. 13th cent.), m. Wm. Spillman, 10
-, Pat. of, earl of Salisbury, 9, 54, 194, 197, 202
-, Sibyl, see Chaworth
-, Wal. of, 9, 72–3, 194
-, Wm., 10

Salisbury:
-, ctss. of, see Salisbury, Ela of
-, earls of, 54, 72; and see Longespee, Wm.; Montagu, Thos., Wm. (d. 1344), and Wm. (d. 1397); Salisbury, Pat. of

Salisbury, 96–7, 99, 141, 149, 292
-, archd. of, 158, 187; and see Reynold
-, assize town, 252
-, bell-foundry, 40, 51, 59, 145, 154
-, bps., 18, 58–9, 69, 80, 101–3, 111, 117, 123–4, 171, 186, 202, 211–12, 222, 241, 267, 285–6, 292, 294; and see Beauchamp, Ric.; Davenant; Douglas, John; Henchman; Jocelin; Moberly; Osmund; Poore, Ric. le; Roger; Wordsworth
-, cathedral, 93
-, chancellor, 158
-, choristers, 101
-, dean and chapter, 18, 103, 223, 251, 292
-, deans, see Brideoake; Pierce, Thos.
-, prebends, 112, 164, 170; and see Upavon, ch.
-, vicar choral, 170
-, ch. of St. Edmund, 227
-, diocese:
-, board of finance, 118
-, council of education, 306
-, poor benefice fund, 39
-, synod, 300
-, hosp. of St. Nicholas, 38, 133, 211– 13; and see Howman, G. E.
-, inns, 260
-, parliamentary representation, 284
-, pop., 227
-, taxation, 253–4, 256
-, textile ind., 253

Salisbury, Old:
-, castle, 242
-, taxation, 253

Salisbury Journal, 301

Salisbury Plain, 1, 53, 60, 83, 86, 97–8, 106, 119, 136, 159, 175, 204

Salmon:
-, Wm. (fl. 1404), 253
-, Wm. (d. 1826), 177, 183, 247, 250, 274–6, 290
-, Wm. Wroughton, 247, 250
-, fam., 274

Salter, Wm., 311

Salvation Army, 299–300

Samuel Moore Foods Ltd., 99

Sandford:
-, Ric. de, 239
-, Thos. de, 239, 241

Sandford (Oxon.), preceptory of, 62

Sandwich, Ralph de, 239, 241, 244, 286

Sandys:
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys (d. 1540), 207
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys (d. 1623), 163
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys (d. 1668 or 9), 207

Sapperton (Glos.), 139

Saulf (fl. T.R.E.), 215

Saunders:
-, Amram Edwards, 83, 85, 100
-, David, 104, 189
-, John, 211
-, Sam., 99
-, Wm., 86
-, fam., 99–100

Savage Transformers Ltd., 260

Savernake Forest, 8, 10, 55, 77, 126, 132, 163, 200
-, wardens, 132

saw-mill, 221

Sawbridge, John, see SawbridgeErle-Drax

Sawbridge-Erle-Drax:
-, Jane, see Erle-Drax-Grosvenor
-, (formerly Sawbridge), John, 73
-, Maria Caroline, 73
-, (later Ernle-Erle-Drax), Sarah Charlotte Eliz., m. Col. Francis Plunkett Burton, 73

Sawyer:
-, Jos., 47
-, Mark (d. 1851), 47, 52
-, Mark (d. 1853), 42
-, Nat., 47

Say, Baroness, see Heron, Eliz.

Sayer, F. H., 99

Schomberg, Edm. Clark, 93

Scott, Sir Gilb., architect, 290

sculptors, see Bailey, E. H.; Flaxman, John; Hoare, Prince; King, T.; Mauge —; Westmacott, Ric. (d. 1808) and Ric. (d. 1856)

Seagrave (Leics.), 49

Seaton, Mrs., 250

Seddon, J. P., 172

Seend, 93, 287, 296, 311

Selfe:
-, Isaac (fl. 1660), 104
-, Isaac (fl. 1716, another), 104, 188
-, Jane, 104
-, fam., 104

Sellwood, Mary, 309

Selwood Forest, 47

Seymour:
-, Alex., 79
-, Algernon, earl of Northumberland, duke of Somerset, 107
-, Anne, w. of Sir Edw., duke of Somerset, m. 2 Francis Newdigate, 23, 30, 177
-, Anne, w. of Edw., Ld. Beauchamp, 111
-, Chas., duke of Somerset, 111
-, Sir Edw., duke of Somerset, 23, 25, 30, 79, 107, 111, 177, 181–2, 186, 307
-, Edw., earl of Hertford, 23, 25, 30, 111, 177, 186
-, Edw., Ld. Beauchamp, 111
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Bruce, earl of Ailesbury, 23, 177
-, Eliz., m. Sir Hugh Smithson (later Percy), 107, 111
-, Ellen, see Zouche
-, Frances, mchnss. of Hertford, w. of Wm. 23
-, Francis, Ld. Seymour of Trowbridge, 111
-, Isabel, 78–9
-, Jane, see Jane
-, Sir John, 79
-, Maud, see Esturmy
-, Sir Nic., 88
-, Rog., 79
-, Sarah, dchss. of Somerset, 63, 79, 81–2, 111
-, Thos., Ld. Seymour of Sudeley, 242
-, Wm., marq. of Hertford, 23
-, Wm., duke of Somerset, 177
-, fam., 80
-, and see St. Maur

Shaa:
-, Eliz., w. of Rob. (d. c. 1658), m. 2 Sir Denner Strutt, 164
-, Mary, see Hungerford
-, Rob. (fl. 1623), 164–5
-, Rob. (d. c. 1658, another), 164
-, Thos., 164

Shaftesbury Abbey (Dors.), 15–16 abbess of, 18

Shamford, Lawr. de, 207

Sharcott, see Pewsey

Sharington:
-, Sir Hen., and his w. Anne, 287, 311
-, Wm., 35
-, fam., 35

Sharnesfield, Sir Nic. de, 241

Shaw, see Alton Barnes
-, Shaw farm, see Overton

sheep-bells, manufacture of, 48

Sheffield, Rog. de, 246 n

Shelley, Edw., 26

Shepherd (Shepperd, Shephard, Sheppard):
-, Edw., 110
-, John, rector of Devizes, 285
-, R. P., 276
-, Simon, 165
-, Thos., 311

Shepherd of Salisbury Plain, 59, 189

Shepherd's Shore, see Cannings, Bishop's

Sherar, Thos., and his w. Alice, 178

Shergold (Shergall):
-, John, rector of Little Cheverell and Devizes, 59
-, Wm., 180

Sheriff, John, 44

Sherry, Jas., 173

Shipman:
-, Thos., 224
-, Wm., 224

Shoddesden, see Kimpton

Shower:
-, Eleanor, see Long
-, Wm., 56

Showring:
-, Hen., 258
-, Rob., 255

Shropshire, see Oswestry

Sidmouth, Vct., see Addington

Simkins, see Simpkins

Simon, abbot of Reading, 239

Simon, priest of Chirton, 69

Simpkins (Simkins):
-, Albert, 151
-, Hen., 151
-, Isaac 151
-, Jeffrey, rector of All Cannings, 31
-, John, 37, 151, 153
-, fam., 149, 151–3

Simpson:
-, Revd. Francis (fl. 1812), 125
-, Frank (d. c. 1897), 313
-, Geo. (d. 1871), 301
-, Geo. (d. 1900), 301
-, Geo., s. of Geo. (d. 1900), 301
-, Geo. (d. c. 1945, ? the same), 313
-, Geo., & Co. Ltd., 301
-, fam., 290

Simpson's Salisbury Journal, 301

Skilling:
-, Barbara (d. 1674), w. of Edw. (d. 1651), 195
-, Barbara (d. c. 1722), 195
-, Edw. (d. 1651), 195, 198
-, Edw. (fl. 1674), 195
-, Eliz., m. 2 Thos. Wayte (d. 1482), 35
-, Faith, w. of John (fl. 1412), 35, 129
-, Hen., 195
-, John (fl. 1325), 35
-, John (fl. 1341, ? the same), 129
-, John (fl. 1412), 35, 129, 140, 145, 195
-, John (fl. 1433), 140
-, John (d. c. 1525), 195
-, Mic. (fl. 1376), 35, 120, 140–1, 179, 195
-, Mic. (fl. 1428), 195
-, Mic. (fl. 1509), 195
-, Wal., 129, 195
-, Wm., 195
-, fam., 11, 195, 200, 202, 204

Skinner, Thos., 253

Slade:
-, Ann Sophia, 305–6
-, Hester, 100
-, John Still, 93
-, Sam., 257 n

Slater, W., 290

Slater & Carpenter, architects, 294

Sloper:
-, Betty, 297
-, Geo. (fl. 1775), 264
-, Geo. (fl. 1839, ? another), 73
-, Ric., and his w. Eliz., 178
-, Revd. Rob., 73, 104, 135, 189, 298
-, T. B., 296

Smethwick, Geof., 24

Smethwick (Staffs.), bell-foundry, 203

Smith:
-, Revd. A. C., rector of Yatesbury, and his w., 248
-, Alf., 248, 280
-, Anne, see Benger
-, Barbara, w. of Mic. (fl. 1705), 148
-, Barbara, m. Wm. Wyndham (d. 1762), 148
-, D., and Sons, 211
-, Isaac, 154
-, J. R. Pawley, and his w., 111
-, John (fl. 1500), 292
-, John (fl. 1653), 148
-, John (fl. 1663, another), 104
-, John (fl. 1709), 279
-, John (d. by 1725, ? the same), 302– 3, 314
-, John (fl. 1918), 180
-, Joshua, 46–7, 266, 277
-, Mary, see Clevedon
-, Mic. (fl. 1681), 148
-, Mic. (fl. 1705, another), 148
-, Ric. (fl. 1653), 148
-, Ric. (fl. 1676, ? another), 148
-, Ric., s. of Ric. (fl. 1676), 148
-, Ric. (fl. 1679, another), 117
-, Ric. (fl. 1705), 148
-, Ric. Hen., 49
-, Thos., s. of Wm. (d. 1436), 288
-, Thos. (fl. 1529), 218
-, Thos. (fl. 1713), 117
-, Thos. (fl. 1871), 125, 129
-, Thos. (unidentified Devizes benefactor), 314
-, Wm. (d. 1436), 253, 288, 291
-, Wm. (fl. 1546), 217, 220
-, Wm. (fl. 1827), 96
-, fam., 125

Smithson:
-, Eliz., see Seymour
-, Sir Hugh, see Percy

Snelgrove, David, 63, 66

Snook:
-, F. J., 177
-, Thos., 189
-, Vincent, 189

snuff, manufacture of, 249, 258

Somerset:
-, dukes of, see St. Maur, Algernon; Seymour, Algernon, Chas., Sir Edw., and Wm.

Somerset, see Bath; Frome; Frome Selwood; Hull, Bishop's; Lansdown; Orchardsleigh; Taunton; Wells; Wraxall
-, Pitney, rector of, see Astley, Francis Bickley

Sorel:
-, Ric., 218
-, Wm., 218

Sotheron Estcourt, see Estcourt, T. H. S. Sotheron

South, Dr. Rob., canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 39

South Sea Co., 149
-, South Sea Ho., 149

Southampton, 295

Southbourne (Hants), 313

Southbroom, 225, 227, 236, 251, 294, 311
-, adv., 292
-, Bedborough, see Roundway
-, brewery, 259
-, chapelry of St. James, 225, 227, 256
-, chars., 312, 314
-, ch. (St. James's), 177, 227, 292–3
-, curates (later vicars), 158, 187, 292–4
-, Green, the see Devizes
-, hosp. (medieval), 292
-, inc., 264
-, innkeepers, 260
-, Nursteed, see Roundway
-, officers, 292
-, peculiar, 292
-, pop., 227
-, schs., 227, 303–4, 306; and see Devizes, schs., Devizes (formerly Southbroom Senior) sch.
-, Southbroom Ho., 249–50, 303
-, vicarage-ho., 293
-, weavers, 253, 256
-, Wick (Wick Green), 225, 227, 231 n, 233, 237, 249, 292
-, inc., 264
-, Rom. settlements, 227
-, Upper Wick, see Devizes, Southgate
-, Wick Farm, 237

Southwell (Notts.), 64

Spackman, Wal., 92

Sparrow, Hen., and his w. Alice, 123

Speed, John, 225

Spencer:
-, Geo., duke of Marlborough, 94
-, Victor A. F. C., Vct. Churchill, 94

Spillman:
-, Maud, see Salisbury
-, Peter, 10
-, Wm., 10

Spratt, Thos., rector of Woodborough, 223

Springbatt, fam., 211

Springe:
-, Agnes, see Hame
-, Wm. (d. by 1622), 181
-, Wm., grds. of Wm. (d. by 1622), 181

Springfield & Rose, Messrs., 293

Stafford:
-, Edw., duke of Buckingham, 207
-, Hen., duke of Buckingham, 207, 242
-, Humph., duke of Buckingham, 207
-, John, bp. of Bath and Wells, 78
-, Thos., 242

Stafford:
-, ctss. of, see Woodstock, Anne of

Staffordshire, see Bentley; Smethwick

Standfield, John, 260 n

Stanford, Chas., 297

Stanlake, Phil., rector of Little Cheverell, 59

Stanley:
-, Edw., 115
-, Eliz., see Greville

Stanley Abbey, 140, 197–8, 250

Stanton St. Bernard, 4–5, 16, 146–55, 220
-, adv., 152–3
-, agric., 149–51
-, canal, 147
-, chars., 154–5
-, ch., 152–4
-, cts., 133, 152
-, dom. archit., 147–8, 152
-, farms, 27, 148–53
-, glebe, 153
-, inc., 150–1, 153
-, inn (Barge), 148, 215
-, man. and other estates, 148–9
-, man.-ho., 149
-, Milk Hill, 1, 20, 146–7, 150–1
-, mills, 151–2
-, Stoniford Mill, 148–9, 151–3
-, nonconf., 154
-, par. officers, 152
-, pl.-name, 147
-, pop., 147, 151
-, prebend, 152–3
-, prebendal estate, 153–4
-, prebendal-ho., 153
-, prebendaries, 152–4
-, prehist. remains, 147
-, rectors, 153
-, rectory, 12, 152
-, roads, 147
-, schs., 13, 153–4
-, tithes, 153
-, tithingmen, 6, 152
-, vicarage, 153
-, vicarage-ho., 153
-, vicars, 147, 152–4
-, water-meadow, 150–1

Staples, Jas., 189

Staunford, John, rector of Rushall, 145

Staunton, Nic., rector of Woodborough, 223

Staveley, Edw., and his w. Eliz., 117

Stead:
-, Beata, see Alexander
-, Wm., 129

Steeple Ashton, see Ashton, Steeple

Steeple Lavington, see Lavington, Market

Stephen, king, 238, 252

Stephens, see Stevens

Stert, 4–5, 20–1, 29, 73, 155–9, 175– 6, 187, 202, 240
-, agric., 156–7
-, brick-making, 155
-, chaplain, 158
-, ch., 156, 158, 176, 186–7; and see Urchfont, chs.
-, clock-makers, 156
-, cts., 158
-, dom. archit., 155–6
-, farms, 155, 157
-, Fullaway, see Cannings, All
-, glebe, 158
-, Hatfield, 155, 157
-, inc., 157–8
-, inn, 156
-, Lydeway, 155–6; and see Urchfont
-, man., 25, 75, 156
-, man.-ho., 155–6
-, mills, 157–8
-, nonconf., 159
-, peculiar, 158
-, pl.-name, 155
-, poor-relief, 155, 158
-, pop., 155
-, roads, 155, 188
-, sch., 159
-, Stert Ho., 155; and see Cannings, All, Fullaway
-, tithes, 156, 158, 187
-, vineyard, 156
-, woodland, 156–7

Stevens (Stephens):
-, Jane, 198
-, John (fl. 1648), 255
-, John (fl. 1675), 24
-, Nat., 154
-, Phil., 229
-, Ric., vicar of Stanton St. Bernard, 153
-, Rob., 24–5
-, Wm., 52

Steward, Ric., rector of Alton Barnes, 12

Stewkeley:
-, Carolina, 207
-, Cary (Carice), 207

Stidston, Jas., 166

Stiles, Jos. Haskins, 24

Still:
-, Eleanor, 100
-, Gabriel (fl. 1665), 93, 96
-, Gabriel (fl. 1738), 93
-, Gabriel, s. of Gabriel (fl. 1738), 93
-, Jos., 93

Stirling:
-, ctss. of, see Vanlore, Mary
-, earl of, see Alexander, Hen.

Stobbert:
-, Sarah, 104–6
-, Thos., 85

stocks (punitive), 123, 137, 186, 201

Stockton (Wilts.), man., 157

Stockton (Worcs.), 213

Stockwell, Jos., prebendary and vicar of North Newnton, 135

'Stoke', see Beechingstoke

Stokes:
-, David, vicar of Urchfont, 187
-, Ric. de, 186

Stokke:
-, Adam, 138
-, Edw., 138
-, Gena, w. of Adam, m. 2 Rob. Hungerford, 138
-, Joan, w. of Edw., m. 2 Wm. Hornby, 138–9
-, John, 139
-, Rog. (d. c. 1312), and his w. Alice, 138
-, Rog. (d. 1331), 138

Stone:
-, T., 180, 182
-, fam., 68

Stone Bridge, see Wilcot

Stonhouse, Sir Jas., rector of Gt. and Little Cheverell, 50–1, 59

Stourton:
-, John, Ld. Stourton, 48
-, Wm., Ld. Stourton, 48
-, fam., 48

Stowell:
-, Ric., s. of Rob. of, 198
-, Rob. of, 198

Stowell, East, see Wilcot

Stowell, West, see Alton Priors

Strachey, John, 245

Stradlyng (Stradling):
-, Anne, m. Sir John Danvers (d. 1514), 120
-, Edm., 120
-, G. P., 121
-, Joan, see Dauntsey
-, Sir John (d. by 1457), 120
-, John (d. 1471), 120

Strangwidge, Eliz., 287, 312

Stratton:
-, A. G., 11
-, Alf., 38, 143
-, F., & Co., 38, 143, 210
-, Frank, 35, 139, 143
-, Fred., 92
-, Jacob, 209
-, Jos., 116
-, Ric., 143
-, Thos. (fl. 1608), 220
-, Thos. (fl. 17th cent., another), 220
-, fam., 92, 209

Strong:
-, J. B., 79
-, John Mortimer, 109, 211
-, W. B., 79
-, Wm., 194–5
-, Mrs., 179–80

Strutt:
-, Sir Denner, 164
-, Eliz., see Shaa

Studfold Hundred, 3–6, 61, 155, 175– 6
-, meeting-place, see Urchfont, Foxley Corner

Stukeley, Wm., 233, 245, 264, 281

Stumpe:
-, Sir Jas., 88, 93, 165
-, Wm., 165

Sturmy, see Esturmy

Suffolk:
-, duke of, see Pole, de la, Wm.
-, earl of, see Pole, de la, Mic.

Sumner, Wm., rector of Little Cheverell, 59

Surrey, earl of, see Howard, Thos.

Surrey, see Chobham; Egham; Godalming; Mitcham; Richmond
-, Byfleet, rector of, see Duck, Steph.

Sussex, see Brighton; Chichester; Forest Row; Midhurst; Wilmington

Sutton:
-, E. G. A., 130
-, Eleanor, w. of Jas. (d. 1801), 121–2
-, Eleanor, m. Thos. G. B. Estcourt, 115–16
-, Jas. (fl. 1715), 249, 256
-, Jas., s. of Jas. (fl. 1715), 256
-, Jas. (d. 1788, another), 290
-, Jas. (d. 1801), 25, 97, 115, 121, 157, 208, 249, 260, 275, 281, 290
-, John, 256
-, Marg., see Hungerford
-, Prince, 115, 157, 290
-, Rob., Ld. Lexinton, 55
-, Sarah, m. Jas. Matthews, 115–16
-, Thos., 309
-, Willy, 121
-, fam., 234, 256, 290

Sutton Veny, 18
-, rector of, see Dobbs, Thos.

Swanborough Ash (Swana beorh), see Manningford Abbots, Swanborough Tump

Swanborough Hundred, 1–7, 14, 21, 34, 41, 113, 119, 137–8, 147, 153, 161, 166–7, 171, 173, 191, 193, 225
-, bailiffs, 4–7
-, communications, 1–3
-, constables, 7
-, cts., 4–6, 80, 170, 186, 201–2
-, inc., 3
-, map, 2
-, meeting-places, 5, 186, 215; and see Manningford Abbots, Swanborough Tump; Urchfont, ch.ho. and Foxley Corner; Woodborough, inn
-, steward, 7

Swanborough Team of Parishes (after 1972 Swanborough Benefice), 18, 80, 202–3, 212, 223

Swanborough Tump, see Manningford Abbots

Swanton:
-, Leonard, 195
-, Neil, 195

Swift, Jonathan, 34

Swindon, 301

Sykes:
-, Bonar, 64, 68
-, Maj.-Gen. Sir Fred., 62, 64, 71
-, Isabel, see Bonar Law

Systems & Components Ltd., 99

T

Talbot:
-, Sir John (fl. 1684), 273
-, John (d. 1714), 35
-, John (d. 1778), 35
-, John Ivory, 35
-, Martha, m. Revd. Wm. Davenport, 35, 37
-, fam., 35

Talman:
-, Chris., 181
-, Wm. (d. 1663), 180
-, Wm. (d. 1719), architect, 180–1

Tan Hill, see Allington

Tancarville:
-, Rabel de, 162
-, Ralph de (fl. before 1129), 162
-, Ralph de (d. by 1204), 162
-, Wm. de (d. 1129), 162
-, Wm. de (fl. 1182), 162
-, fam., 162

Tancarville, Ld. of, see Melun

Tanner:
-, John, 103
-, Jos., 98
-, Thos. (d. 1718), vicar of Market Lavington, 86, 102
-, Thos. (d. 1735), bp. of St. Asaph, 86, 97, 103–6

Taunton (Som.), 250

Taylor (Tayler):
-, Adam, 264
-, Ann, see Walter
-, Fred., 123
-, J., bell-founder, 293
-, Rear-Adm. J. N., 229, 235–6, 300
-, Wm., 36, 68, 151
-, —, 313
-, fam., 290

Templars, order of, 62–3, 66, 69

Temple:
-, Hen., Vct. Palmerston, 40
-, Wm., 297

Teulon, S. S., architect, 203

textile industry, 46, 98; and see Cheverell, Great, fulling-mill; Devizes, ind. and trade (textiles); Lavington, Market, fulling-mill; Rushall, fulling-mill; wool-stapling

Theobald, abp. of Canterbury, 238

Thistleden:
-, Eliz., w. of John (fl. 1328), ? m. 2 Nic. Martin, 9–10
-, Hen. (fl. 1258), 9–10, 12
-, Hen. (fl. 1342), 12
-, Isabel, w. of Hen. (fl. 1258), 9
-, John (fl. 1328), 9, 12
-, John (fl. 1361), 12
-, Ric., 12

Thistlethwaite, Gabriel, 80

Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 9

Thorer, John, 256

Thornborough:
-, Anne, w. of Rob., m. 2 Sir Ant. Windsor, 35
-, Giles, 124
-, John (d. 1511), 35
-, John (d. by 1599), 36, 129
-, Marg., w. of John (d. by 1599), 36
-, Rob., 35
-, Wm., 35, 129

Thornhill:
-, Ambrose, 38
-, Geo. (d. 1624), 140
-, Geo. (d. 1656–7), 140
-, Rob., 36, 140
-, Wm. (d. 1557), 133, 140
-, Wm. (d. 1611), 140

Thorwell, Wm., 115

Thurman:
-, Thos., 286–7, 302, 312, 314
-, fam., 290

Thurnam, John, 229

Thurnham, J., 306

Thynne, Sir John, 25

Tichborne:
-, Mic. (fl. 1722), 74, 180
-, Mic. (fl. 1759, another), 74, 180
-, Teresa, 74, 180, 183
-, Wm., 74, 180

Tidcombe:
-, Mic. (d. 1639), 180
-, Mic., s. of Mic. (d. 1639), 180

Tilehurst (Berks.), 247

Tilshead, 92, 98, 105

Tinker, Wm., 64

Tipper, Wm., 307

Tiptoft:
-, Agnes, see Wroth
-, Edw., 15
-, Joan, m. Sir Edm. Ingoldisthorpe, 15
-, Sir John (d. 1443), 15
-, John, earl of Worcester (d. 1470), 15

Tisbury:
-, West Hatch, 93, 311

tobacco, manufacture of, 236, 258, 296

Tocotes:
-, Sir Rog. (d. c. 1492), 165, 242, 287
-, Sir Rog. (fl. 1535), 165

Tomlins:
-, Eliz., 129
-, Nat., 129
-, Sam., rector of Crawley, 129

Tonnell, John, 257 n

Tooker:
-, Edw., 36
-, Giles (d. 1623), 36
-, Sir Giles (d. 1675), 36
-, Martha, m. Sir Walter Ernle, 36
-, Philippa, m. Sir Thos. Gore, 36
-, Wm., 36

Topp:
-, John (fl. 16th cent.), 156
-, John (d. c. 1659), 157
-, John (fl. 1666), 157
-, fam., 156

Tothill, Rob., 188

Townsend:
-, Cath., 51
-, Jas. (d. 1730), 45, 47, 50–3, 59
-, Jas. (d. 1748), 45
-, Wm., 45
-, fam., 46

Townsend (in Great Cheverell), see Cheverell, Great

Townsend (in Market Lavington), see Lavington, Market

Townsend (in Manningford Bohune), see Manningford Bohune

Townsend (in Manningford Bruce), see Manningford Bruce

Townsend (in Upavon), see Upavon

Townsend (in Urchfont), see Urchfont

Tracy, Wm., and his w. Marg., 90

Trappe:
-, Agnes, 197, 209
-, John, 197

Tratman, Hen., 309

Tregoze:
-, John, 23, 242
-, fam., 23

Tremayll, Thos., 90

Trew, John (fl. 1540), 95; and see Drew

Trickey:
-, Grace, see Tugey
-, Revd. Ric., 196

Trinder, Chas., 249

Trollope, fam., 290

Tropenell:
-, Anne, m. John Eyre (d. 1581), 49
-, Chris., 49
-, Eleanor, m. And. Blackman, 49
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Chard, 49
-, Giles, 49
-, Mary, m. John Young, 49
-, Thos. (d. 1488), 49
-, Thos. (d. 1547), 49
-, fam., 51

Trowbridge, H. F., 219

Trowbridge, 96, 99, 254, 279, 301
-, castle, 238
-, Conigre chap., 146
-, county town, 251
-, Technical Coll. (Devizes Branch), 307

Trueman, Ric., 282

Trymnell, Wal., 254

Tuchet, Geo., Ld. Audley, 94

Tucker, Mrs. Sam., 105

Tuckey:
-, Ric., 98
-, Thos., 98

Tudor-Hart, Delia G. M., 247

Tufnell:
-, Edw. Wyndham, rector of Beechingstoke, later bp. of Brisbane, 18
-, fam., 19

Tugey:
-, Grace, w. of Mr., m. 2 Revd. Ric. Trickey, 196
-, Mr., 196

Tugwell, W. E., 25

Tull, Hen., 309

Tulloch, Maj.-Gen. D. D. C., 145

Turner, Thos., 124

Turner Bros., 57

Turstin (fl. 1086), 15

Turville, Galiena of, m. Wm. of Grimstead (d. 1249), 217, 219

Tutt, Thos., 179

Twinney, Thos., 257 n

Twychener, Hen., 18

Tylee (Tyley, Tylye):
-, J. N., 247
-, John (fl. 1658), 257 n
-, John (d. 1812), 259–60, 306
-, Thos., 247, 274
-, Wm., 257 n

Tylee & Gent (later Gent & Tylee; J. & T. Tylee; Tylee & Co.), 259

Tyler:
-, Anne, see Wormstall
-, Benj., see Merrit
-, John, 146

Tymmer, Thos., 254

Tyndale, Rob., 246 n

U

U.S.A., emigration to, 155, 203, 223

Uffculme (Devon), prebend of, 112

Ulster, earl of, see Burgh, Ric. de

United Dairies Ltd., 260; and see Wilts. United Dairies Ltd.

Unwin:
-, Barbara, see Gore
-, Christine, m. John Booth, 149
-, Geo., 148
-, Joan, m. Wm. Ernle, 24
-, Mary, m. Thos. Sadler, 149
-, Wm., 148–9, 150 n
-, —, w. of Geo., m. 2 John Poole, 148

Upavon:
-, Bart. of, 23, 140
-, Margery, 23, 140
-, Mic. of, vicar of Charlton, 140

Upavon, 4–5, 17, 143–4, 159–73
-, adv., 144, 170–1
-, agric., 166–9
-, Casterley Camp, 136, 159–61, 168–9
-, chars., 171–3
-, ch., 38, 118, 145, 160, 164, 170–2; and see Upavon, R.A.F. sta. (chap.)
-, cts., 170
-, dom. archit., 162, 165
-, fairs, 161, 169–70
-, farms, 163–9, 171
-, field systems, 160, 166
-, firing range, 161, 169
-, gallows, 170
-, glebe, 171
-, inc., 159, 168, 171, 173
-, inns, 161–2
-, mans. and other estates, 55 n, 141, 162–6
-, man.-hos., 160–1, 163–4
-, mills, 143, 169
-, mkt., 3, 161, 169–70
-, mkt.-pl., 17, 137, 160–2
-, nonconf., 118, 172
-, par. officers, 170
-, pop., 161
-, prebend, 38, 144, 164, 170
-, prebendal estate, 164–7, 170–1
-, prebendaries, 38, 164, 166, 170–1
-, prehist. remains, 160
-, priory (alien), 141, 144, 160–1, 164, 170–1
-, priors, 38, 164, 170–1
-, R.A.F. sta. (formerly R.F.C. Central Flying Sch.), 146, 160, 161, 169, 173
-, chap., 161
-, Rom. Cath. ch., 161
-, rectory, 6, 170
-, roads, 160
-, Rom. Cath., see Upavon, R.A.F. sta.
-, Romano-Brit. site, 160
-, schs., 146, 172–3
-, streets, 17, 160–2
-, tithes, 39, 164, 167–8, 170–1
-, tithingmen, 170
-, Townsend, 161–2
-, trades, 169
-, vicarage, 144, 170–1
-, vicarage-ho., 171
-, vicars, 171; and see Crook, H. J. C.; Pinckney, Geo.
-, Widdington Farm, 159, 162, 166

Upchurch (Kent), rectory, 35

Upton Scudamore, man., 140

Urchfont, 4–5, 26, 44, 105, 124, 173–90, 222
-, adv., 181–2, 186
-, agric., 182–4
-, brickworks, 184
-, chant., 187
-, chars., 189–90
-, ch.-ho. (later ho. of correction, and meeting-pl. of hund. cts.), 5, 186
-, chs., 158, 176, 181–2, 186–8
-, clock-makers, 184–5
-, Cosset tithing, 175, 186
-, Crookwood, 177, 183–5
-, cts., 185–6
-, dom. archit., 161, 176–7
-, Eastcott, q.v.
-, farms, 176–7, 179–80, 183–5
-, field system, 175
-, firing ranges, 175
-, Foxley Corner, 5, 175
-, glebe, 182, 186–7
-, Green, the, 176
-, horticulture, 175, 184
-, house of correction, see Urchfont, ch.-ho.
-, inc., 176, 183
-, Lower Green, 176
-, Lydeway, 175, 184; and see Stert
-, man. and other estates, 3, 177–82
-, man.-ho. (later Manor Farm), 62, 177; and see Urchfont, Urchfont Manor
-, map, 174
-, mills, 185
-, Mulberry Ho., 176
-, nonconf., 104, 188–9, 299
-, Northcombe, 175, 179
-, Peppercombe, 175–7, 185
-, poor-relief, 186
-, pop., 176, 193
-, prebend, 181–2, 186
-, prebendal estate, 181–2
-, prebendaries, 181
-, prehist. remains, 175
-, rectors, 158, 186–7
-, rectory, 6, 181–2
-, Redhorn Hill, 16, 175, 281
-, roads, 175
-, schs., 105, 189
-, sewage works, 176
-, Stert, q.v.
-, streets, 176
-, tithes, 181–2, 186–7
-, tithingmen, 186
-, Townsend, 176–7
-, trades, 185
-, Urchfont bottom, 176
-, Urchfont Manor, frontispiece, 177–8
-, Urchfont (later Eastcott Urchfont) tithing, 175
-, vicarage, 186
-, vicarage-hos., 187
-, vicars, 158, 181, 186–7
-, Wedhampton, q.v.
-, woodland, 184
-, Yardland tithing, 175, 186

Utrecht (Holland), 246

Uvedale, Sir Ric. (d. 1664), 62

V

Valette, marquise de la, 88

Vanlore:
-, Jacoba, m. Hen. Alexander (or Zinzan), 247
-, Mary, ctss. of Stirling, 247
-, Mary, m. Sir Edw. Powell, 246–7
-, Peter (d. 1627), 246–7
-, Peter, s. of Peter (d. 1627), 247
-, Susan, m. Sir Rob. Croke, 247
-, fam., 248

Vaughan:
-, Barbara, see Booth
-, Geo., 149

Vaux:
-, Edw., Ld. Vaux, 63
-, Eliz., see Knollys

Verdun:
-, Clemence de, 94
-, Nic. de, 94
-, Ralph de, 93
-, fam., 93–4

Vere:
-, Isabel, see Greene
-, Sir Ric., 94

Vernand:
-, Henri de Polier, 23
-, Mary, see Nicholas

Victoria, queen, 290
-, as princess, 229, 261

Villiers, (Villers):
-, Eliz., see Danvers
-, Rob., see Danvers
-, Thos., rector of Rushall, 145

Vince:
-, Frances, see Chiver
-, Hen., 92
-, Hen. Chiver (later Chivers) (d. 1748), 92–3
-, Hen. Chivers, s. of Hen. Chivers, 92–3

vineyards, see Stert; Wilcot

Virginia Co., 311

W

Wadman, John, 45

Wadsworth, Sarah, 303, 306, 313

Wadworth, H. A., 259

Wadworth & Co. Ltd., 259

Waight (Waite):
-, E., 219
-, (or Wright), Mrs., 297
-, fam., 219
-, and see Wayte

Wake:
-, And. (d. 1285), 15–16
-, And. (fl. 1303), 15
-, Joan, w. of And. (fl. 1303), 15
-, Ralph, 15

Wales, prince of, see Edward VII

Wales, 184; and see Abergavenny
-, St. Asaph, bp. of, see Tanner, Thos.
-, St. David's, chancellor of, see Williams, Sir Erasmus

Walkden, Thos., 143

Walker:
-, Fred., 257
-, Heneage, 222
-, John, 218, 220
-, Peter, 257
-, fam., 18, 220

Walker-Heneage:
-, Geo., 218, 223
-, J. D. G., 18
-, John (d. 1806), 123, 220, 223
-, fam., 18, 123, 217, 219

Wall:
-, Humph., 222
-, Ric., vicar of Urchfont, 187

Waller, Sir Wm., 228–9

Wallis, John, bell-founder, 118, 292

Walran son of Ives, 74

Walrond:
-, John, 94
-, Rob. (d. c. 1272), 94
-, Rob. (d. c. 1308), 94

Walter son of Ralph, 239 n

Walter son of William, and his w. Rose, 9
-, his s. Wm., see William (fl. 1285)

Walter, Wm. s. of, see William (fl. 1253, 1285)

Walter:
-, Ann, m. Wm. Taylor, 36
-, Hannah, m. Simon Pile Hitchcock, 36
-, Rob., 287, 312
-, Thos., 36
-, fam., 151

Walters, Thos., 168

Wanborough:
-, John of, 101
-, Rob. of, archd. of Wells, 101
-, Thos. of, 101

Wanborough:
-, Earlscourt, 78
-, St. Kath's. chap., 88, 101

Wansdyke (the East), 1, 8, 20–1, 126, 146–7

Want, Edw., 313

War Department, acquisitions by, 1, 35–6, 38, 40, 44, 47–8, 50, 53, 59, 62–4, 67, 83, 86, 88, 91–2, 97–8, 120–1, 123, 139, 143, 163–4, 175, 177, 179, 184, 205, 207, 210

Ward (Warde):
-, John (fl. 1487), 56
-, John (fl. 1577), 56
-, S. H., 249, 310
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1500), 56
-, Wm. (fl. 1800), 100

Wardour, Edw., 269 n

Ware:
-, Wal. T., 210
-, Wal. T., Ltd., 107, 110, 210

Warminster, 81, 125, 141, 254
-, inns, 260
-, man., 94

Warner & Sons, bell-founders, 294

Warriner:
-, Eliz., see Ernle
-, Ernle, 62, 64–5, 121, 157, 182
-, Isaac, 44, 62, 65, 67, 71
-, Gifford (d. 1787), 25, 65, 67, 182
-, Gifford (d. 1820), 25, 44, 64–7, 182
-, Gifford (d. 1880), 25, 61, 65, 71, 182
-, fam., 44, 46, 62, 64, 67, 70–1

Warrington, Thos. Rolls, Ld. Warrington, and his w., 93

Warwick:
-, ctsses. of, see Beauchamp, Anne (d. 1449) and Anne (d. 1492)
-, duke of, see Beauchamp, Hen. de
-, earls of, 219, 222; and see Beauchamp, Guy, Ric., and Thos. de; Dudley, John; Neville, Ric.; Plessis, John du

Warwickshire, see Birmingham

Washbourne, Thos. Edw., 107

water, Ric. at the, see Richard

water-meadows, see Alton Barnes; Beechingstoke; Charlton; Manningford Abbots; Manningford Bohune; Manningford Bruce; Marden; Newnton, North; Stanton St. Bernard; Wilsford

Waters:
-, John, 129
-, Lucy, 129

Watney, Mary, 21, 30

Watson-Taylor:
-, Geo., 44, 46–7, 177, 250
-, Geo. S. A., 177
-, Simon, 43–4, 46–7, 177–8, 250, 301
-, fam., 44, 48, 52, 183, 189, 249

Watton, Wm., 255

Watts:
-, Agnes, see Burdon
-, Geo., 62
-, Ric., 148

Waugh, T. G., 247

Waylen:
-, G. S. A., 25, 33
-, Jas., 230
-, John, 256
-, Rob. (d. 1841), 257, 298 n, 304, 306
-, Rob., s. of Rob. (d. 1841), 259
-, W. A., 298
-, fam., 33

Wayte:
-, Eliz., w. of Thos. (d. 1482), see Skilling
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Rogers (fl. after 1482), 197
-, John, 197
-, Rob., 197
-, Thos. (fl. mid 15th cent.), 197
-, Thos. (d. 1482, ? the same), 35
-, Wm., 197
-, and see Waight

Weaver, Hen., architect, 32, 76, 153

Webb (Webbe):
-, Alex., 255 n
-, Ant., 132
-, Jas. (d. c. 1559), 254
-, Jas. (fl. 1689), 295
-, Jeremy, 254
-, John, 246 n
-, Ric., 255 n
-, Thos. (fl. 1615), 255 n
-, Thos. (fl. 1701), 257 n
-, Wm., 93
-, fam., 255, 257

Wedhampton (in Urchfont), 5, 68, 71, 175, 177, 182
-, agric., 182–4
-, chars., 189
-, dom. archit., 177, 180
-, farms, 180, 183–4
-, inc., 183
-, man. and other estates, 179–80, 185
-, man.-ho., 180
-, nonconf., 189
-, pop., 176
-, sch., 189
-, tithes, 181, 187
-, tithingmen, 186
-, Wedhampton Manor (formerly Ho.), 74, 180
-, woodland, 184

Weeks:
-, Jas., 66
-, Thos., 185

Wells:
-, Geo. (d. 1815), rector of Manningford Bruce, 117
-, Revd. Geo. (d. 1839), 116–19
-, Jas., bell-founder, 290
-, Jasper, 123
-, John de (fl. 1205), 123
-, John (d. 1763), rector of Manningford Bruce, and his w. Sarah, 117
-, John (fl. 1819), 71
-, John (d. 1842), rector of Manningford Bruce and Boxford, 117
-, Revd. Jos., 117
-, Mary Jane, 44
-, Rob., bell-founder, 40
-, Mrs., 121

Wells (Som.):
-, archd. of, see Wanborough, Rob.
-, deans of, see Creswick; Godeley

Wenesi (fl. T.R.E.), 120

Wesley (Wessley):
-, Chas., 299
-, Geo., 296
-, John, 297, 299

West:
-, Anne, m. Sir Ant. St. Amand, 23, 30
-, Thos., Ld. la Warre, 23

Westbury, 35, 88, 257
-, vicar of, see Hunton, Phil.

Westmacott:
-, Ric. (d. 1808), sculptor, 290
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1856), sculptor, 40, 290

Westminster Abbey, see London

Westminster Press, 301

Weston:
-, Geof. de, 62
-, John, 300
-, Paul, 24–5
-, Wm., 24–5

Westwood, Jane, 91

Wey, riv., 221

Whaddon, 87

Wharton:
-, Anne, see Lee
-, Thos., marq. of Wharton, 88, 139

Whately, Geo., 261–2

Whistley mill, see Potterne, mills

Whitbread:
-, Anne, see Willis
-, John, 180

White:
-, Geo., 259
-, John (fl. 1410), 67
-, John (fl. 1457), 123
-, John (fl. 1496), see Crocher
-, John (fl. 1660), vicar of Chirton, 70
-, Maud, m. Rob. Crocher, 123
-, Nat., vicar of Market Lavington, 102
-, Sarah J., 111
-, T. H., 259
-, T. H., Ltd., 259–60
-, Thos., 257 n

White Horse, see Alton Barnes

Whitechurch, Maud, 94

Whiteparish, 164

Whiting:
-, Isabel, see Clevedon
-, Rob., 217

Whoode, Rob., and his w. Alice, 179

Wick (in Pewsey), see Pewsey

Wick (in Rowde), see Rowde

Wick and Wick Green (in Southbroom), see Southbroom

Wick, Upper, see Devizes, Southgate

Widdington Farm, see Upavon

Wide Water, see Wilcot

Wight, Isle of (Hants), 42

Wilcot, 4, 12, 18, 77, 133, 190–204
-, adv., 202
-, agric., 198–201
-, canal, 191
-, chars., 204
-, chs., 202–3, 223
-, cts., 201
-, dom. archit., 191
-, Draycot FitzPayne, q.v.
-, farms, 194, 198–200, 202
-, forge, 191
-, gallows, 191
-, glebe, 157, 202
-, Green, 191, 204
-, inc., 199
-, Ladies' Bridge, 160, 191
-, man., 193–4, 196–8, 200
-, man.-ho., 194–5
-, map, 191
-, mills, 201
-, mkt., 201
-, nonconf., 203
-, Oare, q.v.
-, par. officers, 202
-, poor-relief, 202
-, pop., 191, 193
-, rectory, 198
-, rectory estate, 198
-, roads, 190–1
-, schs., 204
-, Stone Bridge, 191, 193
-, Stowell, East, 190–1
-, farms, 194, 198–200
-, man. and other estates, 194, 198, 200
-, man.-ho., 195
-, park, 191, 199
-, pop., 191
-, tithes, 198
-, and see Wilcot
-, tithes, 198, 202
-, tithingmen, 201–2
-, vicarage, 80, 202–3
-, vicarage-ho., 191, 202–3
-, vicars, 70, 157, 202–3; and see Goodman, Maur.; Mayo, John
-, vineyard, 198
-, Wide Water, 190–1
-, Workway drove, 190–1, 199

Wild (Wyld):
-, Edwin, 223
-, Jonas, 201
-, Thos., 302–3, 306, 314
-, Wm., rector of Woodborough, 221, 223
-, fam., 290

Wiles, J. P., 295

Wilington (Willington):
-, Sir Hen. de, 74
-, John de (d. 1338), 74
-, John de (fl. 1349), 74
-, John de (d. 1396), 74
-, Ralph de (d. c. 1237), 74, 239–40
-, Sir Ralph de, s. of Ralph (d. c. 1237), 74
-, Sir Ralph de, grds. of Ralph (d. c. 1237), 74
-, Ralph de (d. 1348), 74
-, Ralph de (d. by 1396), 74
-, Reynold de, 74
-, Wm., 91

Wilkins, Rob., 182

William I, 138

William, duke of Bavaria, 89

William, earl of Gloucester, 238

William (fl. 1253, 1285) son of Walter, 9

William (fl. 1285, grds. of William) son of Walter, 9
-, his s. Wal., see Walter

William the parker, 268

Williams:
-, Revd. Chas. F. W. T., 179
-, Sir Erasmus, rector of Rushall and Marlborough, chancellor of St.
-, David's, 145
-, John, 91
-, John W. M., 91
-, Thos., 48
-, Wm., vicar of Marden and headmaster of Colfe's Grammar School, Lewisham, 124

Williams-Ellis, Sir Clough, architect, 78, 193, 196

Willington, see Wilington

Willis:
-, Anne, m. John Whitbread, 180
-, Joan, see Hame
-, John, see Willos
-, M. G., 177
-, Nic., 178, 180
-, Rog., 178, 180

Willos (or Willis), John, 254

Willoughby:
-, Chris. (d. c. 1681), 164
-, Chris. (d. by 1716), 164
-, Sir Geo. (d. c. 1695), 164
-, Geo. (fl. 1720), 164
-, Hen., 134
-, fam., 98

Wills, Obadiah, rector of Alton Barnes, 12, 297

Willy, Geo., 121, 265, 290

Wilmington (Suss.), priory, 63

Wilsford (in Swanborough Hundred), 4, 68, 123, 203, 204–14
-, adv., 212
-, agric., 209–11
-, Bottlesford, see Manningford Bohune
-, Broadbury Banks, 205
-, chars., 214
-, ch., 211–13
-, cts., 211
-, dom. archit., 205, 208
-, Ell Barrow, 204–5
-, farms, 205–11
-, field system, 205
-, firing ranges, 207
-, inc., 209
-, Manningford Bohune, q.v.
-, mans. and other estates, 107, 111, 206–9, 212
-, man.-ho., 205, 207
-, mill, 211
-, nonconf., 213–14
-, oratory, 207
-, pl.-name, 204
-, pop., 205
-, prehist. remains, 205
-, Rom. settlement, 205
-, schs., 19, 118, 136, 213–14
-, tithes, 209, 211–12
-, vicarage, 38, 116, 133–4, 212
-, vicarage-ho., 205, 212
-, vicars, 212–13
-, water-meadows, 205, 209

Wilsford (in Underditch Hundred):
-, Lake, 9 n, 195
-, Wilsford Ho., 121

Wilsford and Woodford, prebendary of, see Inkpen, Peter of

Wilson:
-, A., 109
-, Aubrey W. F., 109
-, Revd. C. H., 173

Wilton:
-, abbey of St. Mary, 128, 130, 132–4, 148–9, 153
-, abbesses, 129, 132–5, 148, 152
-, prebends, see Newnton, North; Stanton St. Bernard
-, county ct., 251
-, Jews at, 253
-, portreeve, 153
-, rectors, 135
-, taxation, 253, 256

Wilts. and Dorset Bank, 261

Wilts., Somerset & Weymouth Railway, 228

Wilts. United Dairies Ltd. (formerly North Wilts. Dairy Co.), 38, 57, 143, 260

Wiltshire:
-, Chas., 159
-, D. and J., 27

Wiltshire:
-, archd. of, 52, 80, 202–3; and see Roger
-, county constabulary, see Devizes
-, county council, 85, 100, 177, 194, 204, 248, 250–1, 303, 306–7
-, chairman, 55
-, offices (Devizes), 228, 251
-, county library, 300
-, county (later state) prison, see Devizes, prisons
-, county record office, 279
-, fire station, 283
-, quarter sessions, see Devizes, county quarter sessions
-, sheriff, 4, 6–7, 238–9, 251
-, textile ind., 253–4, 256; and see Devizes, ind. and trade (textiles); Salisbury, textile ind.
-, and see Devizes, assize town, county ct., public bdgs.; Roundway, Roundway hosp.; Salisbury, assize town; Wilton, county ct.

Wiltshire, Agricultural Engineering Co. Ltd., see Wordley, A. S. & Co.

Wiltshire Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc., 230, 252; and see Devizes, museum

Wiltshire Friendly Soc., 252

Wiltshire Gazette and Herald, 301

Wiltshire Herald and Advertiser, 301

Wiltshire Independent, 301

Wiltshire Methodist Mission, 299

Wiltshire militia, 228–9, 261–2, 294

Wiltshire Newpapers Ltd., 301

Wiltshire Regiment, 293

Wiltshire Savings Bank, 262

Wiltshire Telegraph, 301

Wiltshire Times, 301

Wiltshire Victoria County History Cttee., chairman, 55

Wiltshire Yeomanry, 229

Wiltshire and E. Somerset Baptist Assoc., 52

Wiltshire and E. Somerset Congregational Union, 298

Winchester:
-, ctss. of, see Margaret
-, marq. of, see Paulet, Chas. and Wm.

Winchester, 238, 268, 302
-, abbey of St. Mary (Nunnaminster), 23, 30, 177–83, 185–6
-, abbesses, 5, 23, 25–6, 29–30, 180–1, 183–4, 186–7, 209
-, prebends, see Cannings, All; Urchfont
-, bps. of, 69; and see Edington, Wm. of; Foxe, Ric.; Wykeham
-, dean and chapter, 15, 17, 19
-, bailiffs of, 17
-, Hyde Abbey (formerly New Minster), 107, 109–110
-, abbots, 106–7, 109, 111
-, priory of St. Swithin, 4, 15
-, Winchester Coll., 115

Windsor:
-, Anne, see Thornborough
-, Sir Ant., 35

Windsor (Berks.), chap. of St. Geo., 25–6, 181–2, 186

Winsmore:
-, Deborah, 48
-, John, 48
-, Thos., 48
-, fam., 48

Winter:
-, Cornelius, 297
-, Jane, m. Sir Geo. Rogers, 197

Wise, Wm., 125

Wood, Owen, rector of Gt. Cheverell, dean of Armagh, 51

Wood Bridge, see Newnton, North

Woodborough, 4–7, 126, 196, 202, 214–24
-, adv., 216–18, 222–3
-, agric., 201, 219–21
-, brick-making, 221
-, canal, 215; and see Woodborough, Honey Street
-, chars., 223–4
-, ch., 18, 30, 202, 212, 222–4
-, cts., 221–2
-, dom. archit., 215, 218, 221
-, farms, 217–21
-, glebe, 223
-, Honey Street, 12–13, 214–15, 223
-, barge-building, 221
-, Barge inn, see Stanton St.
-, Bernard, inn
-, chemical fertilizers, 221
-, nonconf., 224
-, Romano-Brit. remains, 215
-, saw-mill, 221
-, wharf, 3, 147, 215, 221
-, workmen's hall, 215
-, inc., 220
-, inn (Rose and Crown, meetingplace of hundred ct.), 5, 215
-, mans. and other estates, 24, 215–19
-, mill, 201, 221
-, nonconf., 224
-, par. officers, 222
-, pop., 215
-, rectors, 215, 222–3; and see Wild, W. T.
-, rectory, 223
-, rectory-ho., 223
-, rly., 215, 220; rly. sta., 3, 14, 147, 215
-, roads, 215
-, schs., 15, 19, 136, 224
-, tithes, 223
-, tithingman, 222
-, trades and ind., 221
-, Woodborough, Little, 215

Woodland, Ric., 36–7

Woodman, W. H., architect, 51

Woodroff (Woodruff):
-, Marg., see Benger
-, Rob., 10
-, Wm., 301–6

Woodstock:
-, Anne of, ctss. of Stafford, 207
-, Thos. of (later duke of Gloucester), 163

Woodstock, by Sir Walter Scott, 114

Woodward, C. H., Ltd., 258

Woodyer, Hen., architect, 266

Wookey:
-, C. B., 35, 40, 139
-, C. P., 35, 139
-, fam., 38

wool-stapling, 169, 257; and see textile industry

Worcester, earl of, see Tiptoft, John

Worcester:
-, battle, 114
-, castle, 238

Worcestershire, see Malvern; Stockton; Worcester

Wordley, A. S., & Co. (later Wiltshire Agricultural Engineering Co. Ltd.), 99

Wordsell, G. H., 146

Wordsworth, John, bp. of Salisbury, 303

workhouses, see Devizes, hosps. (St. James's); Lavington, Market

Workman, Thos., 109

Workway drove, see Wilcot

Worm Cliff, see Devizes

Wormstall:
-, (or Tyler) Anne, 141, 146
-, John, 141
-, Wm., 141

Wort, Brig. G., 130

Worton, 50
-, Hurst, 240

Wraxall (Som.), 208

Wright:
-, Jos., 295
-, Rob., see Danvers
-, Sarah, 295–6
-, Wm., 23
-, Mrs., see Waight

Wroth:
-, Agnes, m. Sir Pain Tiptoft, 15
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Palton, 15
-, John (d. 1396), 15
-, John (d. 1407), 15
-, John (d. 1412), 15
-, Marg., see Enfield

Wroughton:
-, Ann, dau. of Geo. (d. 1779), 194
-, Anne, w. of Sir Thos., see Berwick
-, Cath., see Bertie
-, Charlotte, m. Adm. Geo. Montagu, 194
-, Frances, w. of Geo. (d. 1702), 198
-, Frances, aunt of Francis (d. 1722), 198
-, Francis (d. 1695), 194, 198
-, Francis (d. 1722), 194, 198–9
-, Francis (d. 1733), 181, 202
-, Geo. (d. 1649), 194, 198
-, Geo. (d. 1696), 194
-, Geo. (d. 1702), 194
-, Geo. (d. 1779), 194, 199
-, (formerly Montagu), Col. Geo. W., 194–5, 203–4
-, Jas. (d. c. 1745), 194
-, Jas. (d. 1773), 194
-, Mic., 198–9
-, Seymour (fl. 1700), 198
-, Seymour (d. 1789), 181
-, Susannah (d. 1816), w. of Geo. (d. 1779), 191, 194
-, Susannah (d. 1825), 191, 194
-, Sir Thos., 194, 198
-, Wm. (fl. 1366), 179
-, Wm. (d. 1750), 181
-, fam., 194, 198, 201

Wroxale:
-, Beatrice de, see Aunay
-, Ellis de, 140
-, Hawise, m. Simon de Borard (fl. 1217), 140
-, Ralph de, 140

Wyatt:
-, Benj., architect, 266
-, Jas., architect, 277
-, T. H., architect, 172, 252
-, Woodrow, 62, 65

Wyche:
-, Benj., 25
-, Sam., 25, 29

Wydecombe, Wm., 165

Wykeham, Wm. of, bp. of Winchester, 10, 12, 115, 156

Wyld, see Wild

Wylye:
-, Gillian, see Eastcott
-, Lawr., 178

Wyndham:
-, Anne, m. Jas. Everard Arundell, 208, 247
-, Barbara, see Smith
-, Capt., C. H., 107, 207
-, Hen., 247
-, Hen. Penruddocke (d. 1819), 247
-, Isabel, w. of Wadham (d. 1804), 148
-, John (d. 1724), 163, 208, 247
-, John (d. 1750), 163, 208
-, John (fl. 1805), 148
-, Thos., Ld. Finglass, 163
-, Sir Wadham (d. 1668), 208–9, 247
-, Wadham (d. 1736), 247, 263
-, Wadham (d. 1804), 148, 153
-, Wm. (d. 1762), 148
-, Wm. (d. 1785), 148, 163
-, Wm. (d. 1841), 141, 163, 208, 210, 247–8
-, fam., 148, 247, 286

Y

Yardland, see Urchfont

Yate:
-, Ellen, m. Wm. Giffard (d. 1717), 139
-, Jonathan, rector of Blisworth, 139, 145
-, Thos., principal of Brasenose Coll., Oxford, rector of Rushall, 139, 145

Yatesbury, rector of, see Smith, Revd. A. C.

Yerbury:
-, Gifford (d. c. 1630), 65
-, Gifford (d. c. 1712), 65, 67

York, duke of, see Edward

York:
-, abp. of, see Lee, Edw.
-, archd. and dean of, see Hambleton

Yorkshire, see Leeds; York

Young:
-, Benj. (d. c. 1788), 173
-, Benj. (d. c. 1799), 173
-, Eliz., m. Steph. R. Neate, 121
-, G. M., 193
-, G. W., 152
-, Geo., 80
-, John (fl. 1557), 49
-, John (fl. 1685), and his w. Susan, 207
-, John (d. 1837), 121, 125
-, Mary, see Tropenell

Z

Zeals:
-, Gillian, see Grimstead
-, John of, 217
-, Thos. of, 217

Zeals, see Mere

Zinzan:
-, Hen., see Alexander
-, Jacoba, see Vanlore

Zouche, la:
-, Alan, 88
-, Ela, see Longespée
-, Eleanor, 242
-, Ellen, m. Sir Nic. Seymour, 88
-, John (fl. 14th cent.), 88
-, John (fl. 1546), 250
-, Maud, m. Sir Rob. Holand, 88
-, Rog., 88