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Note. The following abbreviations are used: abp., archbishop; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Bart., Bartholomew; Ben., Benjamin; bp., bishop; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; cath., cathedral; ch., church; chant., chantry; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; Co. Co., County Council; coll., college; ctss., countess; d., died; D. and C, Dean and Chapter; Dan., Daniel; dchss., duchess; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; educ., education; fam., family; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gil., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; ho., house; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Laur., Lawr., Laurence; Ld., Lord; man., manor; mar., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; mon., monastery; Nat., Nathaniel; neph., nephew; par., parish; Parl. rep., Parliamentary representation; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pop., population; qu. sess., Quarter Sessions; R.D., Rural District; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; s., son; Sam., Samuel; san., sanitation; Sar., Salisbury; sch., school; Sim., Simon; soc., society; sr., senior; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; U.D., Urban District; univ., university; vacc. vaccination; vct., viscount; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

A.

Abingdon, earl of, see Bertie

A'Court, Gen. Ashe, 209; Col. Chas., 253, 254, 255. 258; Wm., 1st baron Heytesbury, 209, 300, 301, 312; fam. 209

A'Court-Holmes, Wm. Hen. Ashe, 2nd baron Heytesbury, 232

Acton, Iron (Glos.), 120

Acworthe, Geo., chancellor of Winchester, 118

Adam, sheriffs clerk, 9

Addington, Hen., 1st vct. Sidmouth, 228

Addison, Chris., 1st vct. Addison, 316; Jos., 218

Adye, C. S., surveyor, 275; Wm., 218; —, coroner, 181

Ælfwine, bp. of Winchester, 55

Æthelred, king, 46

Africa, 314

Agar, Jas. Chas. Herbert, 3rd earl of Normanton, 232

Agriculture, 281, 291–2

Ailesbury, earls of, see Bruce, Brudenell, Brudenell-Bruce

Ailesbury, marquesses of, 359; and see Brudenell-Bruce

Ailesbury estates, 199

Albemarle, duke of, see Monck

Albert, candidate, 216 n

Alcock, Dr. Chas., 362

Aldbourne, 52, 190, 243; and see Upham

Alderbury, 254, 260, 294, 324 n; and see Ivy Church

Alderbury hund., 28 n, 47, 50, 51, 52, 57, 68, 203 n; constable (high), 234 n; court, 61

Aldhelm, St., 64

Alehouses, 182–3

Alexander, Alfred, 239, 241; Du Pre, 2nd earl of Caledon, 210, 229, 300, 301; Sarah, 241 n; Wm., 34 n

Allen fam., 113

Allenford (Hants), 1

'Allington', 48

Allington, in Swanborough hund., 8 n

Alton Barnes, 10, 47, 53

Alvediston, 16; and see Norrington

Amesbury, 84, 100, 105, 124 n; epileptic colony, 345–6; health (public), 339; highways, 250, 251, 260 n, 276; par., 275; poor relief, 254, 256, 291, 294; R.D., 295; schs., 349, 350; san., 258 n; South Hill ho., 283; vacc, 324

Amesbury abbey, prioress of, 50, 51, 58, 59, 62, 67, 69

Amesbury hund., 2, 28 n, 47, 49, 51, 52, 57, 68, 205 n; constable (high), 234 n

Amesbury, (Earls), man., 52

Amesbury, baron, see Dundas

Amice, ctss. of Devon, 50

Andover (Hants), 254, 258, 260 n, 294

Andover, Ld., see Howard

Andrew, Rob., M.P., 77

Andrews, John, 304; Miss M. T., 363

Anketill fam., 122

Anne, queen, 197, 198, 211, 212, 220

Annesley, Francis, M.P., 215

Ansell, John, coroner, 23, 27, 28

Antigua, 229 n

Antill, John, M.P., 130 n

Aristophanes, 367

Armada, the, 81, 84

Arnold, Sir Nicholas, M.P., 120; Thos., 360, 361

Array, commissioners of, 43

Arthur, s. of Henry VII, 33 n

Arundel, earl of, see Fitz Alan

Arundell, Hen., 3rd baron Arundell of Wardour, 144, 165, 166, 169; John, 140 n; John Francis, 12th baron Arundell of Wardour, 232; Thos., 2nd baron Arundell of Wardour, 134, 139

Ashburnham, John, 137; Wm., M.P., 135, 137, 158 n

Ashburton, baron, see Baring

Ashe, Edw., M.P. (fl. 1640), 136, 144, 146 n; Edw., M.P. (fl. 1680), 157, 165; Edw., M.P. (fl. 1710), 199; Jas., 151; John, M.P., 138, 144, 145, 146 n, 153 n; Sir Jos., M.P., 157, 163; Sam., M.P., 164; Wm., M.P., 157, 165, 169, 197, 198, 199; fam., 136, 157, 163, 195, 196, 209

Ashley (Glos.), 1, 53, 274, 283

Ashley, Ant., M.P., 117; Maurice, M.P., 198; fam., 195

Ashley, Ld., see Cooper

Ashridge (or Hertoke), in Wokingham (Berks.), 2

Ashridge hund., 1 n, 2, 52

Ashton Keynes, 224, 335, 351

Ashton, Rood, 200

Ashton, Steeple, 46, 64, 66, 100, 274 n

Ashton, West, 351

Assizes, possessory, 18–20, 37–40

Astley, Francis Dugdale, 196; Sir John, 196; Sir John Dugdale, M.P., 196, 198, 207–8, 301 n; fam., 196

Atkinson, Thos., 222 n

Attorney Gen., 113

Atworth, see Chalfield

Aubrey, John, 118, 155 n, 349; Wm., M.P., 118, 119

Aubyn, Phil., city coroner, 76 n

Audley, Dame Eliz., 28, 62; Hugh, sheriff, 105

Audley, baron, see Tuchet

Aûmale, ctss. of, see Fortibus

Aungers, Ralph de, sheriff, 11

Avebury, 266, 290; and see Beckhampton

Avon (Bristol), riv., 278, 327

Avon (Salisbury), riv., 21, 27, 30 n, 43, 47, 79, 123, 132, 286, 325; fishery, 233; Harnham bridge, 90, 106–7, 172; pollution, 278

Avon and Dorset River Board, 292

Awdry, John, 202, 221 n; Sir John Wither, chairman, qu. sess., 233, 293, 294; Col. R. W., chairman, Co. Co., 266; fam., 206 n

Aygnel, see Doygnel

Aylesbury (Bucks.), 121

Ayshton, justice, 43

B.

Bacon, Sir Nicholas, 88

Badbury, in Chisledon, 70

Badger, Wm. (jr.), 128

Bailey (Baley), John, 350; Wm., coroner, 26

Bailiff of hundreds and liberties, 62– 63, 66–67, 70, 74, 105

Bainham, Rob., 40 n

Bainton, in Edington, 27

Baldwin, John, M.P., 117; John, churchwarden, 249

Baley, see Bailey

Ballerd, John, 64

Balliol, Jocelin, 49

Banks, R. Mitchell, M.P., 316

Barbados, 149

Barbeflet, Nicholas de, 19

Bardolf, Hugh, sheriff, 6

Barford, in Downton, 211

Barford St. Martin, 10, 75

Baring, Alexander, 1st baron Ashburton, 305; Hen. Bingham, M.P., 303; Wm. Bingham, 2nd baron Ashburton, 297 n, 307

Barker, Edw., M.P., 118; Sir Hen., 82

Baronies, 47, 48, 49, 50, 54

Barré, Isaac, 211

Barrington, Wm., 3rd vct. Barrington, 177

Barry, John, 323

Bartlett, John, 357

Baskerville, Francis, 135 n

Basset, Phil., 12; Ralph, 17

Bateson, Sir Thos., M.P., 310, 313

Bath (Som.), 29 n, 78, 79, 84, 131, 139 n, 165, 203 n, 205, 260, 276, 292, 304, 305, 339, 342, 343, 345, 346, 367

Bath, marquess of, see Thynne

Bath and Wells, bp. of, 68, 85, 86; and see Ken

Bath and Wessex Children's Orthopaedic Hosp., 279, 338

Bath—Southampton road, 291

Bathampton, in Langford, 53

Battersea (London), 363

Battle (Suss.), abbey and abbot of, 18, 24 n, 48, 57, 58, 65, 68

Batyn, Rob., 64

Bavent, Rog., 28

Bayford, Wm., 23

Bayliffe, John, M.P., 130 n; fam., 122, 123

Baynard, Phil., 32, 34 n

Baynton (Bayntun), And., 123 n; Sir Edw. (d. 1656), 82, 87, 88, 108, 132, 134, 136, 137, 138, 141, 144, 145, 146 n, 151 n, 320; Sir Edw. (d. 1679), 146 n, 151, 153, 163 n; Hen., 167; Ned, 198; fam., 32, 122, 123, 124, 133, 136, 150, 161, 163, 169, 176, 210, 211, 227–8

Bayntun-Rolt, Edw., 228; fam., 227–8

Bazeley, Miss, 362

Beaches ('La Beche'), in Wokingham (Berks.), 2, 38

Beak, Wm., surveyor, 249

Beanacre, in Melksham, 78

Beauchamp, Hen., Ld. Beauchamp (d. 1654), 116, 130 n, 147 n, 148; John de, 41; Wal., 34 n; fam., 32

Beaufort, Hen., Cardinal, bp. of Winchester, 33

Beaufort, duke of, see Somerset

Beauver, Thos. de, 30 n

Bee (Eure), abbot of, 71

'Beche, La', see Beaches

Becket, Ric, 22 n

Beckford, Wm. (sr.), 225; Wm. (jr.), 225; fam., 225

Beckhampton, Hamon of, 19

Beckhampton, in Avebury, 200–1, 205

Bedborough, in Bishop's Cannings, 320

'Bedewynd', see Bedwyn

Bedfordshire, 29, 75, 86, 192

Bedwyn, Great, 51, 58, 96, 140; man., 48, 69; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 77, 112, 115, 116, 121, 129, 130 n, 135, 145, 157, 158, 159, 163, 196, 209 n, 212–14, 215, 216, 217, 221, 229, 230, 299, 301; and see Tottenham park

Bedwyn ('Bedewynd') hund., 49, 51

Beecher, Chas., 199, 213, 214

Beechingstoke, 190

Bekinsau, John, M.P., 118

Bell, Mrs. Eliz., 280; Revd. G. C, 365; —, M.P., 129

Bellers, Capt., 245 n

Bemerton, 75

Benett (Benet, Bennett), Chris., 357; Sir D., M.P., 313; E. N., 316; Francis, clerk of the peace, 90; Jas., 308; John, M.P., 196, 198, 200, 204–6, 207–8, 243 n, 254, 296, 297, 299, 301 n, 303, 305, 306, 309; Dr. Thos., precentor of Sar., 357; Thos., M.P., 137, 144; fam., 196 n

Benfield, Paul, M.P., 223

Benger, John, 34

Bennett, see Benett

Bentley, John, 360

Berengar, steward, 63

Berington, Wal., clerk of the peace, 89

Berkeley, Sir Chas., 158 n; Rog. de (1), 2; Rog. de (III), 2

Berkeley (Glos.) hund., 1

Berkshire, 1, 2, 9, 10, 13, 25, 28 n, 29, 30, 52, 62, 71, 77, 111, 120, 126, 148, 159 n, 221, 237 n, 250, 258, 273, 274, 275, 294

Berkshire, earl of, see Howard, Thos.

Bernard, John, 30

Berners, Hen. de, under-sheriff, 9

Berry Pomeroy (Devon), 127

Bertie, Hen., M.P., 158 n, 162, 163; Jas., 1st earl of Abingdon, 215; Montagu, 2nd earl of Abingdon, 215; Montagu, 5th earl of Abingdon, 215; Vere, 157; Willoughby, 4th earl of Abingdon, 215; fam., 215

Berwick, Sir Hugh, 30; John, M.P., 115

Berwick Bassett, 202 n

Berwick St. James, 50, 52, 76

Berwick St. Leonard, 168

Berwick-upon-Tweed, 129 n

Best, Mat., gaoler, 184

Besyles, Wm., coroner, 25

Biddesden, in Chute, 196, 216, 217

Biddestone, 53, 143 n

Bigg, Lovelace, 186

Biggs, Dr. R. W., 350; —, gaoler, 176

Bilson, Thos., bp. of Winchester, 118

Birkenhead, Sir John, 158 n, 162, 163

Birmingham (Warws.), 304, 310

Birmingham League, 309

Bishopstone (Downton hund.), 60, 273, 350, 351; and see Falstone, Flamston farm

Bishopstone hund., 52

Bishopstrow, 69

Bisse, Steph., M.P., 213 n

Bitterley, John, M.P., 77

Blackborowe, Pet., informer, 101

Blackgrove hund., 3, 51

Blackstone, Sir Wm., 243

Blackwell-Hall, 218, 228

Blake, Hen., 198; Rob., coroner, 27; fam., 122

Blandford, Ld., see Churchill

Blandford Forum (Dors.), 142 n, 148

Blatch, John, 222 n

Blunsdon, coroner, 15 n

Blunsdon St. Andrew, 77, 290

Bockland, —, M.P., 169; fam., 157, 211

Boer War, 366

Bohun, de, Hen., 1st earl of Hereford, 47; Humph. (II), 47; Humph. (IV), 47; Humph. (X), 52; Mary, 52; fam., 50

Bokyngham, Ric, 22

Boldero, Hen. Geo., M.P., 301, 303, 306 n

Bolingbroke, vcts., 226; and see St. John

Boiler, John, 93

Bolwell, Chas., 304

Bond, Revd. F. H., 360; Wm., 137 n

Bonet, John, 9

Bonham, John, 34; Nicholas, coroner, 25, 27, 28 n; Thos., sheriff, 23, 30, 34; —, 124 n; fam., 32, 40

Booth, Geo., 1st Ld. Delamere, 153, 154

Bore, Rob. le, coroner, 28

Borett, Col. R., 154 n

Borham, John de, 29 n

Bosco, Hugh de, 8

Boscombe, 140

Boscombe ho., near Salisbury, 323

Boteler, Agnes, 65

Bourne, riv., 27, 47

Bournemouth (Hants), 292

Bourton (Dors.), 254 n, 260

Bouverie, C. H., 219 n; Bart., 202; D. P., M.P., 301 n; Duncombe, 224; E. O. P., 219 n; E. P., 308; Sir Edw., 220; Edw. Pleydell-, chairman, qu. sess., 293, 294; Sir Jacob, M.P., 220; Jacob Pleydell-, 2nd earl of Radnor, 177, 178, 202, 203, 206, 207, 208, 212, 219 n, 220–1, 222, 224, 229, 249; Jacob Pleydell-, 4th earl of Radnor, chairman, qu. sess., 232, 233, 293; P. P., M.P., 301 n; Wal. P., 275, 276; Wm., 1st earl of Radnor, 201, 203, 212 n, 322; Wm. Hen., M.P., 221; Wm. Pleydell-, vct. Folkestone, 3rd earl of Radnor, chairman, qu. sess., 204, 205, 207, 212, 219 n, 221, 222, 223, 224, 243, 250, 254, 293, 300, 301, 312; —, 299n, fam., 220, 222, 224

Bowden Park, in Lacock, 227

Bowers, Revd. G. H., 364

Bowman, Seymour, 158 n

Bown, W. L., clerk, Co. Co., 269

Bowood, in Calne, 211, 351

Bowshire, Flurry, 214

Box, 210, 243, 280, 324, 352; lunatic asylum, 246, 261, 329, 330; and see Hazelbury

Boyton, see Corton

Bracher, Reuben, 366

Bracton, Hen. de, 19, 20

'Bradelegh', 23

Bradenstoke, prior and priory of, 53, 56–57, 62, 69

Bradford (Yorks. W.R.), 325

Bradford-on-Avon, 20, 35, 95, 100, 112, 165, 190, 206, 207, 299 n; borough, 46; bridge, 175, 182; Chartism, 304, 305; cloth ind., 132; coroner, 233; Council (town), 257; court, 170, 233 n; government (local), 264; highways, 250, 276; leper hosp., 318; man., 46, 69; maternity home, 335; mon., 46; par., 203, 274; Parl. rep. 72, 76; plague, 319, 321; poor law union 294; poor relief, 253, 254, 255, 260; R.D., 282, 295; riv. pollution, 277; san., 258; schs., 265, 348, 349, 350, 351, 353, 355, 367; sewage disposal, 327; surveyor, 266; U.D., 295; vacc, 324; water-supply, 328

Bradford Without, 274

Bradford hund., 20 n, 27 n, 28 n, 36, 44, 46, 49, 51, 56, 57, 67, 203, 321; constable (high), 234 n

Bradley, A. G., 365; Revd. G. G., 365

Bradley, Maiden, 1, 53, 98 n, 249, 254 n, 273, 320, 321; and see Yarnfield

Bradley, Maiden, prior and priory of, 48, 53, 56, 61–62

Bradley, North, 260 n, 281, 351; and see Cutteridge

Bradshaw, John, 143

Bramshaw (Hants), 1, 273

Branch hund., 18, 51, 203 n

Branch and Dole hund., 3, 20 n, 28 n, 205 n; constable (high), 234 n

Brasher, clothier, 297

Brayboef, Wm. de, 38 n

Braydon forest, 52

Breamore (Hants), 156

Bremhill, 46 n; and see Cadenham, Foxham

Bremridge, Dr. R. H., 337, 338

Brett, Thos., M.P., 130 n

Brewer, Wm., sheriff, 7, 9

Brickworth, in Whiteparish, 211

Bridges fam., 120, 121, 122, 123

Bridges, repair of, 249–50

Bridgman, Sir Francis, 360, 361

Bridgwater (Som.), 165

Brigmerston, in Milston, 28

Brimslade, in South Savernake, 254

Brindley, J. M., 308

Bristol, 12, 79, 84, 100, 128, 132, 139, 142, 165, 183, 203 n, 233, 342, 343, 345, 346; gaol, 241; grammar sch., 365 n; recorder of, 120; univ., 364, 368

Bristol Avon River Board, 292

Bristol Channel, 139

Bristowe, Dr., 341

Britford, see Longford cast.

British and Foreign Schools Soc, 348, 351

British Museum, 80

Broadmoor (Berks.), 330

Brodie, W. B., 308

Brodrick, Mr., 364

Broke, Willoughby de, fam., 114

Bromham, 18, 24 n, 96, 123, 198; court, 65, 68; man., 48, 57, 58; sch., 349; and see Spye Park

Brougham, Jas., M.P., 312 n

Brougham's Committee (1819), 348, 349, 351, 358, 360, 362

Broughton Gifford, 95, 200

Brouncker, Rob., weaver, 95; fam., 122

Brown (Browne), Sir Ant., 216; Hen., 350; Ric, M.P., 162; —, 322; fam., 216

Bruce, Chas., Ld. Bruce, later 3rd earl of Ailesbury, 199, 212, 213, 214, 216; Ernest Chas., M.P., 303, 306 n; Jas., M.P., 213; Rob., 1st earl of Ailesbury, 163, 165; Rob., M.P., 213, 216; Thos., Ld. Bruce, later 2nd earl of Ailesbury, 159, 168, 169, 212; fam., 155, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 221

Brudecombe, Rob. de, 29 n

Brudenell, Caroline, 228 n; Geo., 3rd earl of Cardigan, 212; Hon. Jas., 228 n; Jas. Thos., Ld. Brudenell, 214; Thos., 1st earl of Ailesbury, 212, 214; fam., 212

Brudenell-Bruce, Chas., 1st marquess of Ailesbury, 229, 299, 300, 301, 212; Ld. Frederick, 5th s. of 3rd marquess of Ailesbury, 265; Geo. Wm. Fred., 2nd marquess of Ailesbury, 232, 310 342, 352, 360, 365; Hen. Augustus, 5th marquess of Ailesbury, 313

Bruges, Wm. Heald Ludlow, chairman, qu. sess., 232, 254, 293, 294

Brunsdon, Edmund, 134, 136

Brymore (Som.), 120, 131

Buckhurst, baron of, see Sackville

Buckingham (Bucks.), 129 n

Buckinghamshire, 29, 75, 302 n

Buckland, Maurice, 163 n

Buckle, G. E., 313

Bugmore, in Salisbury, 221 n, 320, 322

Bulkeley (Bulkley), Chas., sheriff, 36; John, 152; fam., 36, 122

Bull, Dan., M.P., 210 n, 211; John, 211

Bulwer, Hen. Lytton, 312

Burbage, 199

Burcombe, 47

Burdett, Sir Francis, M.P., 302, 305 n; Sir Hen., 342

Burderop, 224

Burgate, in Fordingbridge (Hants), 36

Burges, Isaac, sheriff, 158

Burgh, Hubert de, 10

Burghersh, Sir Bart, de, 53

Burghley, Ld., see Cecil, Wm.

Burnell fam., 53

Burnet, Gil., bp. of Sar., 199, 220; Thos., 199

Burr, H., 307

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), abbey of, 54, 55

Buryhill, in Purton, 27

Buscot (Berks.), 1

Bush, Elijah, 243 n; Thos., 175

Bushnan, Dr. J. J., 329

Butler, Major, 148

Butt, Revd. Edw., 357

Button, Sir Wm., 143, 144; fam., 122, 123

Byfield, Adoniram, 150

Byfleet, Ric. de, 38 n

Byng, John, admiral, 213

Bythesea, John, 175 n, 176

C.

Cadenham, in Bremhill, 210

Cadworth hund., 18, 20 n, 24, 51

Caen (Normandy), abbey of Holy Trinity, 53

Calamy, Edmund, 349

Calcutta, bp. of, see Cotton

Caledon, earl of, see Alexander

Galley, Thos., M.P., 224, 301 n

Calne, Reynold of, escheator, 16, 19; Wm. of, escheator, 16

Calne, 36, 100, 110, 123, 140, 175, 198, 305; Bentley sch., 360–1; borough, 295; boundaries, 274; chant., 35; Council (town), 257; court, 233 n; educ, 280; health (public), 257, 258, 324, 326, 339; highways, 251, 260 n; hosps., 277, 327, 345, 346; lunatic asylums, 329, 331; man., 210, 211; par., 203; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 77, 78, 112, 113, 114 n, 116, 117, 120, 121, 122 n, 130 n, 131, 135 n, 145, 157, 164, 167, 196, 209 n, 210, 211, 228, 229 n, 299, 300, 301, 303, 308, 310, 312; plague, 319, 320, 321; police, 245; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 253, 254; qu. sess., 88, 93, 100, 177 n; R.D., 282, 295; schs., 265, 350, 351, 353, 355, 360–1; smallpox, 321; turnpike, 182; U.D., 282; vacc, 324; watersupply, 327, 328; work ho., 283; and see Bowood, Calstone, Quemerford, Wessington

Calne, Marsh of, 320

Calne hund., 36, 49, 51, 57, 67, 69; constable (high), 234 n

Calstone, in Calne, 140, 143, 210

Calthorpe, Arthur, M.P., 225; Fred. Gough, M.P., 225; Hen., M.P., 225; Jas., M.P., 225; Reynolds, M.P., 225; fam., 225

Calthorpe, baron, see Gough-Calthorpe

Cam, Helen, 59, 66; Sam., 175

Camberwell (London), 363

Cambridge, John of, sheriff's serviens, 14

Cambridge, 328 n; Clare coll., 364; St. John's coll., 359; Trinity Hall, 366 n; univ., 359, 363

Cambridgeshire, 302

Camelford, baron, see Pitt

Cameron, Alexander, 353

Campbell, J., M.P., 306 n

Campeggio, Lorenzo, bp. of Sar., 33

Canada, 255

Cannings, John of, under-sheriff, 23

'Cannings', 48

Cannings hund., 45, 49, 50, 51, 52

Cannings, All, 69

Cannings, Bishop's, 45, 228, 320, 324; and see Bedborough, Nursteed, Wick

Canterbury, abp. of, 85, 86, 118; and see Cranmer, Dean, Grindal, Juxon, Laud, Morton, Stafford, Whitgift

Cantilupe, de, Fulk, 49; Wm., 51

Capital and Counties Banking Co., 272

Carbery, baron, see Evans

Cardiff (Glam.), 246

Cardigan, earl of, see Brudenell

Carey (Carye), Sir Edmund, M.P., 124; Sir Geo., 83

Carlisle, Nicholas, 349

Carmarthen, 100, 246

Carnaby, Sir Wm., 135 n

Carnarvon, earl of, see Herbert, Hen.

Carr (Carre), John, 68; Thos., 132

Carrier, Wm., 304

Carye, see Carey

Castlehaven, earl of, see Tuchet

Cavalier Parliament, 162–3

Cavendish, Spencer Compton, marquess of Hartington, later 8th duke of Devonshire, 314; Thos., M.P., 117

Cawdon hund., 20 n, 51

Cawdon and Cadworth hund., 3, 28 n, 203 n; constable (high), 234 n

Cecil, Jas., 4th earl of Sar., 210; Rob., 1st earl of Sar., 115, 117, 121; Rob. Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-, 3rd marquess of Sar., 314; Wm., Ld. Burghley, 102

Cenwalh, king of Wessex, 45

Cerne, Edw., 23

Cerney, South (Glos.), 328

Chaddcnwick, in Mere, 45

Chadwick, Edwin, 249, 255, 258, 325

Chaffin, John, 36; Leonard, 36; Thos., M.P., 36, 113; fam., 113

Chalfield, in Atworth, 108, 142 n

Chalke ('Chalk'), Broad, 37, 45, 118

Chalke hund., 20 n, 23 n, 24, 28 n, 44, 45, 49, 51, 55, 56, 57, 67, 203 n; constable (high), 234 n

Chamberlain (Chamberlayne), Edw., 121; Jos., 265, 314, 358; —, M.P., 115; —, of Ramsbury, 360

Champiun, Wm. le, gaoler, 14

Chancellor, Lord, 109, 360

Channel Islands, 83

Chaplin, W. J., M.P., 307

Chapmanslade, in Westbury, 19, 283

Chappell, Miss D. P., 334

Chard (Som.), 141, 149

Charitable Uses, Commissioners of, 360

Charity Commissioners, 349, 360, 361

Charles I, king, 98, 100, 109, 131, 135, 141, 146, 159

Charles II, king, 91, 110, 148, 159, 161, 164, 349

Charlton, near Devizes, 260 n

Charlton, near Hungerford (Berks.), 38

Charlton, near Malmesbury, 218, 223, 344

Charlton, in Standlynch, 60

Charlton (Berks.) hund., 1

Charterhouse sch., 366 n

Chartism, 304–5

Chatham, earl of, see Pitt

Chaworth, barony of, 50

Chedglow hund., 3, 9, 44, 46, 47, 49, 51, 53, 63, 69, 70

Chedworth, Ld., see How

Chelray, Edmund de, 32 n

Cheltenham (Glos.), 223

Chelworth, in Cricklade, 52

Chelworth, in Crudwell, 52

Chelworth hund., 52

Cherhill, 47

Cheverell, Alexander of, escheator, 19

Cheverell, Great, 53, 170 n

Cheverell Hales, in Great Cheverell, 65

Cheyne, Sir Ralph, 34; Wm., justice, 34 n, 42

Chicklade, 28

Child (Childe), Sir Francis, M.P., 227; John, M.P., 227; John, and his w. Maud, 67; Rob., M.P., 227; fam., 227

Child's Bank, 227

Chilmark, see Ridge

Chilton Foliat, 1

Chippenham, 2, 20, 29 n, 85, 100, 123, 142, 360; boundaries, 274; Chartism, 305; Council (town), 257; court, 170, 233 n; educ, 307 n, 353, 355; Greenways maternity home, 335; health (public), 257, 286, 324, 326, 339; highways, 249, 251, 260 n, 276; hosps., 277, 283, 338, 343, 345, 346; lunacy, 332; nursery, 290; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 77, 78, 112, 113, 116, 121, 129, 130 n, 136, 137 n, 156–7, 167, 196, 198, 209 n, 211, 219, 222 n, 227–9, 299, 300, 301, 303, 307 n, 310, 312, 313, 314, 315, 316; plague, 319, 321; planning area, 290; police, 245; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254; pop., 295, 304 n; qu. sess., 37, 88, 91, 100, 177, 183–4; R.D., 282, 295; rates, 191, 271 n, 283; san., 258; schs., 350, 367; sewage disposal, 327; smallpox, 321, 323; vacc, 324 n; water-supply, 328; workho., 291; and see Tytherton

Chippenham hund., 1, 3, 15, 20 n, 49–50, 51, 52, 57, 67, 208, 321; constable (high), 234 n; court, 57, 69

Chisbury, in Little Bedwyn, 13

Chiseldon, Wm. of, 36

Chisenbury, in Enford, 149

Chisledon, see Badbury

Chislehurst (Kent), 217

Chitterne, John, 22

Chitterne, 22, 63, 274

Chitterne, barony of, 47, 48, 63

Chivers, Hen., M.P., 169; Seacole, 227; fam., 210

Choke (Chokke), Alexander, M.P., 126; —, justice, 43

Cholera, 324

Christ's Hosp. sch. 365 n

Christchurch (Hants), 43

Christian Malford, 51, 68, 70, 176, 351

Church, in Downton, 60

Churchwardens, 106, 171

Churchill, Geo. Spencer, Ld. Blandford, later 6th duke of Marlborough, 228

Chute, 258; and see Biddesden, Standen (North) hute Forest, 258

Cicemethorn hund., 46

C nque Ports, 121

Cirencester (Glos.), 140, 254, 260, 271 n, 273, 294, 352; abbey, 2, 14

Civil Wars, 80

Clare, Gil. of, earl of Gloucester and Hertford (d. 1314), 53, 68; Ric. of, earl of Gloucester and Hertford (d. 1262), 50, 68

Clarendon, man., 43, 77 n; park, 8, 21, 79, 148

Clarendon, Assize of, 10, 17, 18, 54

Clarendon, earldom of, 159; earls of, see Hyde, Villiers

Clarke (Clark), Hen., M.P., 149, 157 n, 159 n, 161, 162; Jas., 167 n; —, san. inspector, 326

Clatford, in Preshute, 202 n; prior of, see Hullavington

Clerk of the peace, 89–90, 91, 173–4, 234, 235, 268–9

Clerke, Elner, 96

Clifton (Som.), 278

Cloth industry, 128, 132–3, 304, 305

Clubmen, 142–3, 149

Clyffe Pypard, 202 n

Cnut, king, 45, 55

Coates, Hen., 341, 342; Wm. Martin, 342

Cobbett, Wm., 296, 297 n, 306, 350

Cobden, Ric, 306

Cobham, Hen. of, 1st baron Cobham, 13

Cockermouth (Cumb.), 218 n

Codford, Adam de, sheriff's clerk, 14

Codford, 53

Coke, Sir John, 132 n; Thos., 147 n

Coker, Sir Hen., 167

Cole, John, coroner, 22, 27, 28, 29 n

Cole, riv., 2, 250

Cole Park, in Malmesbury, 103

Coleman, Ric, M.P., 159 n

Coleraine, baron, see Hare

Colerne, 20, 53, 65, 68

Coles, Wm., deputy clerk of the peace, 90; fam., 157

Coleshill (Berks.), 1, 221, 223, 250, 254 n, 294 n

Collens, Arthur, 148 n

Collingbourne, Ric., 35

Collingbourne Ducis, 52, 70; rector of, 150 n

Collins, John Edmonds, 237 n

Columbers, Mat. de, 11, 13

Combe, Ric. de, sheriff, 15

Combe, Castle, 16, 249, 324, 351, 352

Combe, Castle, barony of, 48, 50, 64, 70, 71

Common Pleas, Court of, 67

Compaign', Ric., serjeant in Westbury hund., 9

Compounding, Committee for, 143, 144

Compton, Hen., M.P., 116; J., 316; Thos., 21

Compton Bassett, 198, 210, 211, 326

Compton Chamberlayne, 10, 117, 140, 149, 196, 199

Comyn, Wal., gaoler, 14

Constable, Rob., 173

Constable, high, 104, 106, 107, 171, 179, 234

Cook, Hen., 297

Cooper, Ant. Ashley, 1st earl of Shaftesbury, 137, 144, 146–7, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 163, 164, 191; Ant. Ashley, 7th earl of Shaftesbury, 224 n, 312; Ant. Ashley, Ld. Ashley, later 8th earl of Shaftesbury, 303; Thos., bp. of Winchester, 118

Cope, Nicholas, 23

Copplestone, Geo., 92–93

Corfe, John, 350; Jos., 350

Cornish, Ant., 215 n; —, alderman, 157 n

Cornwall, Edmund of, 57, 58, 59; Ric. of, 49, 51, 57

Cornwall, 19, 37, 39, 52, 81, 86, 109, 111, 121, 141, 150, 159, 245, 276 n

Cornwall, duchy of, 53

Coroner, 14–15, 16, 24–29, 105, 233–4, 235

Corsham, 198, 204, 215, 226; clinics, 338, 339, 346; educ., 307 n; health (public), 324; man., 57; maternity home, 334, 335; Neston Park, 308 n, 313 n; plague, 319; planning area, 290; qu. sess., 177 n; sch., 351; and see Hartham

Corsley, 57, 283

Corton, in Boyton, 164

Costello, B. F. C, M.P., 313

Cosyn, Ric, chancellor of Canterbury, 118; —, M.P., 119

Cotel, Elias, escheator, 15 n, 16; Ric, coroner, 15, 38 n

Cotentin, the (Normandy), 6

Cotes, Wm. de, M.P., 75

Cotterill, Wm., M.P., 76

Cottington, Francis, 1st baron Cottington, 135, 143

Cotton, G. E. L., bp. of Calcutta, 365; Sir Rob., 117

Coulston, 26, 362

Counties (Detached Parts) Act (1844), 1 n

County Council, 264–92

Courtenay, Hen., 43; Hugh de, 42; Pet., bp. of Winchester, 33

Coventry, earl of, see Villiers

Coverdale, John, 214 n

Cowfold (Cole Park), in Malmesbury, 67

Cox, Dr. Nehemiah, 167 n

Cranmer, Thos., abp. of Canterbury, 118

Crassak, Wm., 57

Craucumbe, Godfrey de, 57

Crede, Hen., 128

Creevey, T., M.P., 301 n, 312

Cresswell, Thos. Estcourt, 226

Crevequer fam., 9

Cricklade, Thos., coroner, 26, 27, 78

Cricklade, 227; highways, 251, 260 n, 276, 287 n; hosp., 277, 327, 345; man., 223, 303 n; par., 274; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 75, 76 n, 77, 78, 112, 115, 120, 121, 126, 128, 129, 130 n, 136, 143, 157, 202, 205 n, 207, 209 n, 216, 219, 221, 222–4, 225, 226, 229, 301, 302, 303, 310, 312, 313, 314, 315; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254, 255, 260, 291; Priory, the, 223; qu. sess., 38; R.D., 295; san., 258 n; sch., 351; vacc, 324; and see Chelworth, Widhill

Cricklade hund., 3, 23, 49, 51, 57, 69, 208, 222; constable (high), 234 n

Crimean War, 269, 342

Croke, Major Unton, 154

Cromwell, Oliver, 106, 109, 140 n, 142, 145, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153; Ric, 151 n, 153, 154, 156; Thos., 114

Crowder, Ric, 207 n

Crudwell, 27, 218, 219 n, 351; and see Chelworth

Cumberland, 7 n, 276 n

Curry, R. F., 348

Curry Trust Fund, 348

Curtis, Wm., J.P., 233 n

Cusin, John, 17

Custos rotulorum, 89, 106, 109

Cutteridge, in North Bradley, 168

Cyprian, John, 63

D.

Dalley, Isaac, 264, 265

Damerham (Hants), 1, 57, 126, 273

Damerham hund., 3, 24, 28 n, 44, 45, 49, 51, 55, 70; constable (high), 234 n

Damerham, North, hund., 3, 52, 70

Damerham, South, hund., 203 n

Damsell, —, M.P., 116

Danby, earl of, see Danvers

Danvers, Hen., earl of Danby, 144, 145 n, 162, 172; Sir John, 82, 87, 132 n, 145, 146, 151 n, 358; Rob., 158; fam., 89, 91, 122, 161 n

Darrell, Wm., 126; fam., 32, 118, 122

Dauntsey, Ambrose, 358; Sir John (fl. 1380), sheriff, 25 n, 28 n; Sir John (fl. 1624), 82; Wm., 358; fam., 145 n

Dauntsey, 198 n

Dauntsey's sch., 358–9

Daveys (Daneys), John, 30

Davy, litigant, 67

Dawkins, Hen., M.P., 222, 228; Jas., M.P., 228

Dean, Hen., abp. of Canterbury, 33; John,152

Dean, East (Hants), 1

Dean, West, 1, 16, 37, 254 n, 260, 282, 294 n

Deer, Anne, 350

Delamere, Parnel, 51

Delamere, Ld., see Booth

Denham, Sir John, 158 n

Denison, Edw., bp. of Sar., 351

Denmark, prince of, 216

Dent, Hen., 349

Deptford, in Wylye, 200–1

Desborough (Desborow), MajorGen. John, 109, 150, 151, 152 n

Despenser, Hugh le, 12; fam., 29

Deverel hund., 51

Devereux, Rob., 20th earl of Essex, 140, 141; Sir Wal., M.P., 116, 130 n

Deverill, Hill, 47, 167

Deverill, Longbridge, 51, 62, 70, 324, 361

Deverill, Monkton, 70, 361

Devizes, 13, 19, 20, 29 n, 36, 37, 43, 76, 85, 100, 102, 123, 131 n, 165, 167, 175, 205, 206, 207, 266; Bear Club, 350–1; borough, 295; cast., 3, 5, 10, 11–12, 14, 21, 50, 74, 96; Chartism, 304, 305; Civil war, 141, 142; Co. Co. offices, 264, 265, 266; coroner, 24, 26, 234; Council (town), 257; courts, 152, 153 n, 155, 170, 266; 'division', 87; educ., 280, 307 n; gaols, 96, 97, 99, 172, 176, 178, 181, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 261; gasworks, 292; health (public), 257, 286, 324, 339; highways, 249, 251, 260 n, 275, 276; hosps., 277, 335, 338, 343, 345, 346; lunatic asylums, 246–8, 261, 318, 329, 330–1, 332, 333; midwives, 335; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 74, 77, 78, 79, 112, 113, 114 n, 116, 117, 121, 128, 130 n, 150, 151, 156, 157 n, 163, 164 n, 167, 196, 209 n, 216, 219, 227–9, 230, 298, 299, 300, 301,305 n, 310, 312, 313, 314, 315; plague, 319, 320, 321; police, 243, 245; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 253, 254, 255, 283; pop., 295, 304 n; qu. sess., 35, 88, 90, 91, 177, 178, 232, 233, 265, 293; R.D., 295; rates, 271 n; san., 258; schs., 349, 350, 351, 353–4, 355; sewage disposal, 327; smallpox, 323; turnpike, 182; vacc., 324; vagrants, 183; water-supply, 328; workho., 283, 291; and see Southbroom

Devizes Advertiser, 308

Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette, 308

Devonshire, 6, 19, 37, 39, 42, 71, 86, 103, 109, 111, 150, 159, 178, 233, 237 n, 245, 261 n, 302 n

Devon, ctss. of, see Amice

Devon, earls of, see Rivers

D'Ewes, Sir Simonds, 136

Dewy, Jas., M.P., 154, 158

Didenham (Didnam), in Shinfield (Berks.), 1, 2, 258

Digges, Ric, M.P., 122

Dilke, Sir Chas., 265

Dilton Marsh, 283

Dinton, 69, 196, 204

Disraeli, Ben., 313 n

Ditteridge, see Rudloe

Ditton, Humph., 156 n

Dodington fam., 122

Dodson, John Geo., 263 n

Dole hund., 51, 203 n

Domesday survey, 1, 2, 9, 44, 45, 47, 49

Donhead St. Mary, 55, 183 n, 320, 321; and see Ludwell

Dorchester (Dors.), 138

Dorling, E. E., canon of Sar., 358

Dorset, 1, 5, 12, 13, 30, 33, 37, 39, 41, 42, 52, 62, 71, 99, 109, 111, 114, 142, 144 n, 147, 149 n, 150, 154, 165, 229 n, 233, 254, 283, 302

Douglas, Hen., earl of Drumlanrig, eldest s. of 3rd duke of Queensberry, 226; Miss M. A., 363

Dove, John, sheriff, 136, 143, 145, 146, 148, 150, 153 n, 156

Dover (Kent), 86

Dover, honor of, 50

Dowding, Wm., gaoler, 187, 240 n; Wm., neph. of Wm., 187

Downton, 27, 35, 62, 280; Agriculture, coll. of, 352; assizes at, 38; educ, 355; health (public), 335, 339; man., 45, 211; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 78, 112, 117, 118, 119, 121, 126, 129, 130 n, 135, 137, 144–5, 153, 157, 163, 169, 209 n, 211–12, 216, 220, 221, 229 n, 230, 299, 300, 301, 312 n; poor relief, 255; 291; sch., 348, 351; vacc, 324; and see Barford, Church, Wick

Downton, East, 60

Downton hund., 3, 28 n, 44, 45, 49, 51, 203, 205 n, 225; constable (high), 234 n; court, 67

Doygnel (or Aygnel), Pet., coroner, 27, 28 n

Draycote, 23

Draycott Cerne, 123, 139, 167, 195

Drew, Thos., steward, 62, 70; fam., 32, 113

Dring, Thos. Augustus, treasurer, 272 n

Druce, Hugh le, coroner, 14, 15; Rob., coroner, 15; Steph., coroner, 15, 16 n, 38 n; Wm., coroner, 15

Drumlanrig, Ld., see Douglas

Dublin, 193

Duckett, Geo., M.P., 210; John, M.P., 130 n, 140; Lionel, M.P., 210; Thos., M.P., 210, 211; Wm., M.P., 210; fam., 122, 143, 161, 169, 210, 211

Dudley, John, 1st duke of Northumberland (d. 1553), 128

Duke, Revd. Edw., J.P., 233 n

Dun, le, John, 30; Wm., sheriff, 11 n, 12; fam., 12

Duncan, Mrs., 363, 364; —, vicar of Calne, 350

Duncombe, Anne, 212; Ant., Ld. Feversham (d. 1763), 211, 212, 340; Sir Chas., M.P., 211, 212; Thos., M.P., 211; Thos. (jr.), 212; fam., 212

Dundas, Chas., baron Amesbury (d. 1832), 253

Dunlow hund., 2, 3, 52

Dunning, John, M.P., 211

Dunstanville, de, Rob., 48; Wal., 50, 51, 70; fam., 48, 53

Dunworth hund., 3, 13, 20 n, 28 n, 51, 69, 205 n; constable (high), 234 n

Duras, Louis de, 2nd earl of Feversham, 165

Durham, Co., 276 n

Durnford, Wm. of, 19

Durnford, 75

Durrington, 68, 339, 355

Dysmers, Chris., clerk of the peace, 89

E.

Earle, Giles, M.P., 218; Wm. Rawlinson, M.P., 218, 219

Earth fam., 122

Easterton, 52, 70

Easton, near Marlborough, 148

Eaton, Castle, 50, 202 n, 260 n; and see Hannington, Lus Hill

Ebble, riv., 70

Edgar, king, 45, 46, 55

Edgar, Thos., M.P., 112

Edgell, Jas., clerk of the peace, 174

Edghill, Jas., 198

Edinburgh, 342

Edington, 46; ho. of Bonhommes, 48, 53, 61; priory, 215; and see Bainton

Edmondes, Sir Thos., M.P., 117, 121

Edmund, king, 45, 55

Education, 267, 280, 289, 307, 308– 9, 348–68

Edward the Elder, king, 45

Edward the Confessor, king, 2, 45, 46, 55

Edward I, king, 37, 38, 41, 51, 54, 59, 61, 67, 75

Edward II, king, 41, 42, 52, 59, 357

Edward III, king, 29, 42, 59, 61, 76, 79

Edward VI, king, 80, 93, 96, 105, 121, 128, 364

Edwards, Revd. Jos., 359

Edworth, Steph. de, sheriff, 12, 13

Edwy, king, 45, 55

Egerton, Sir Thos., 88

Ela, ctss. of Salisbury, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 47

Elcombe, in Wroughton, 28

Eleanor, queen, 12

Electricity Board, Southern, 292

Eliot, Sir John, 131

Elizabeth I, queen, 81, 82, 83, 94, 95, 98, 112, 113, 114, 116, 118, 123, 128, 129, 196, 349

Elms, John, 249

Elston, in Orcheston St. George, 48

Elstub hund., 28 n, 50, 51, 57

Elstub and Everleigh (Everley) hund., 52, 177, 205 n, 234 n

Elvetham (Hants), 225

Elwes, Sir John, 159 n

Ely (Cambs.), cath., 54, 55

Emma, abbess of Wilton, 67

Enford, 149, 159 n, 170 n, 281

Englefield, Sir Francis, 85, 86; fam., 87

Erlestoke, 170 n, 229, 349

Ernie (Ernley), Sir Edw., 199; Sir John, M.P., 143 n, 151, 157 n, 158, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 169; fam., 32, 155, 195

Escheator, 15–16, 29–31

Essex, Hen. of, 17

Essex, 9, 163 n, 322

Essex, earl of, see Devereux

Estcourt (Escourt), Edmund, 219; Giles, M.P., 93–94, 113, 114; Sotheron, M.P., 313; Sir Thos. (fl. 1698), 218; Thos., M.P. (Cricklade), 228 n; Thos., M.P. (Devizes), 228; Thos., M.P. (Marlborough), 228 n; Thos. Grimston Bucknall, chairman, qu. sess., 178, 180, 293; Thos. Hen. Sutton Bucknall, chairman, qu. sess., 294; —, 124; fam., 89

Etchilhampton, 47, 69

Ethelred, see Æthelred

Evans, Geo., 1st baron Carbery, 215; Geo., M.P., 215

Evelyn, Sir John, M.P., 117, 138, 139, 141, 144, 146, 153; fam., 122 n

Everard, John, coroner, 27, 28

Everett, Jos., M.P., 217; Thos., M.P., 217; —, 300; fam., 218

Everleigh (Everley), 52, 70, 196, 251, 260 n

Evesham (Worcs.), battle of, 12

Ewen, Mic, clerk of the peace, 174; Sarah, 174

Ewyas fam., 48

Ewyas Harold (Herefs.), 48; honor of, 48, 69

Exeter (Devon), 149

Exford bridge, 250 n

Eyles, Sir Francis, 227; Francis (jr.), 227; John, wool-stapler, 227; Sir John, M.P., 156, 227; Sir Jos., M.P., 227; fam., 227, 228

Eynes (or Heynes), Thos., 115 n

Eyre, Giles, 156; Hen., 163 n; Sam. (fl. 1689), 156; Sam. (fl. 1765), 222; Thos., M.P., 147, 150; Sir Wm, 82, 85; Wm., 151, 153 n; fam., 122, 157, 161, 163, 169, 211, 220, 222

Eyre, 16–18, 40, 41

F.

Fairfax, Thos., 3rd Ld. Fairfax, 142

Fairs, 100

Falconer, Alexander, 305 n

Falstone (or Faulston), in Bishopstone, 60, 139

Falstone House Committee, 143

Faringdon (Berks.), 254, 294

Farleigh Hungerford (Som.), 12, 76, 146

Farleigh, Monkton, 190; prior and priory of, 28, 53, 62

Farley, 324

Farley Hill, in Swallowfield (Berks.), 1, 2

Farmer, S. W., 359

Farrant, John, 357

Farrar, Dr. W. F., 366

Farrington, Thos., M.P., 217

Fasterne park, 21

Faulston, see Falstone

Felawe, John, 66; Wm., 66

Fenner, Revd. J. L., 350

Fergus, Dr., 365

Ferne, Rob., M.P., 216–17

Feversham, Ld., see Duncombe, Duras

Fiddington, in Market Lavington, 246, 329–30

Figheldean, 57

Finch, Chas., 330; Dan., M.P., 159 n; Heneage, 3rd earl of Winchilsea, 167 n; Dr. W. C., 330; W. C. (jr.), 330; Dr. Wm., 329; —, chief justice, 88

Fire Service, 289–90

Firebrace, Sir Basil, 227 n

Fisher, Brice, M.P., 218

Fisher Education Act, 354

Fisherton Anger, in Salisbury, 340; ale-houses, 178, 183; gaols, 21, 22, 40, 94, 96, 97, 172, 176, 178, 181, 184, 185, 186, 187–8, 239–40, 241, 242, 261; health (public), 325; lunatic asylum, 246, 329, 330, 331; plague, 319; poor rate, 189

Fisherton de la Mere, 260 n, 351

FitzAlan, Hen., earl of Arundel (d. 1579/80), 88; Thos. (d. 1415), earl of Arundel, 30

FitzAucher, Hen., 9

FitzGerold, Margery, 49, 51; Warin, 49; fam., 49, 50

FitzHamon, Wm., 49

FitzJames, Sir John, 40 n

Fitzmaurice, Ld. Edmond, baron Fitzmaurice of Leigh, 232, 251, 258, 263, 265, 266, 269, 271, 272, 273, 274, 276, 277, 308, 348, 353, 359; Ld. Edw. Geo. Petty, 303 n; Hen. Petty, 3rd marquess of Lansdowne, 300, 301, 307, 312, 352; Hen. Petty, 4th marquess of Lansdowne, 303 n; Hen. Chas. Keith, 5th marquess of Lansdowne, 232, 308, 310, 327; Thos., 211; W. T. P., M.P., 306 n; fam., 303

FitzPayn, Rob., justice, 41

FitzWarin, Pet., M.P., 75

Flamston farm, in Bishopstone, 60

Fleetwood, Chas., M.P., 145, 151, 153; Miles, M.P., 135; Sir Wm., M.P., 121, 129, 145 n

Fletcher, Sir Frank, 366

Fludyer, Caroline, 228 n; Geo., M.P., 228; Sir Sam., M.P., 228; Thos., M.P., 228; fam., 229

Fludyer, Marsh, and Hudson, firm of, 228

Foley, John, constable, 243 n

Folkestone, vct., see Bouverie

Fonthill Bishops, 51, 53, 60

Fonthill Gifford, 135, 143, 225, 246, 329, 331

Forest, royal, 50

Fordingbridge (Hants), 254, 294

Forster Education Act, 364

Forsyth, surgeon, 323

Fortescue, Edmund, M.P., 117

Forth, Barbara, 364

Fortibus, Isabel de, ctss. of Aûmale, 50, 59, 65

Foster, Hannah, 174; John, M.P., 118, 129; Mic. (sr. and jr.), clerks of the peace, 173–4

Fovant, 273

Fowler, H., 222 n; Dr. and Mrs. Ric., 341–2

Fox, Chas., M.P., 158 n, 165, 220; Chas. Jas., 219; Hen., 218, 219; Hen. Ric., 3rd baron Holland, 223, 224, 253; R. C, M.P., 301 n; Ric., bp. of Winchester, 33; Sir Steph., M.P., 157, 158 n, 159 n, 162, 163 n, 165, 166, 223 n; Steph. (fl. 1750), M.P., 222; fam., 169, 220, 223

Foxham, in Bremhill, 281, 327

Foyle, Oxenbridge, 149 n

Frampton, John, clerk of the peace, 89, 90

France, 199

Francklyn, John, M.P., 135 n, 140 n, 144

Franco, Sir Ralph, M.P., 215, 301 n

Fray, John, 30

Frederick Louis, prince of Wales, 217, 218, 226

Freeland, John, gaolkeeper, 94

Freeman, Thos., M.P., 78

Fresden, in Highworth, 1

Freshford (Som.), 253, 254 n, 260, 283

Frome (Som.), 165, 228, 367

Fromond, Steph., 12

Frustfield hund., 3, 9, 20 n, 28 n, 51, 203 n; constable (high), 234 n

Fry, Mrs., 342

Fuller, G. W. Pargiter, M.P., 278, 308, 313; J. M. F., M.P., 314 n, 315; John, sheriff, 308 n, 313 n; Ric., 357

Fulmerston, Ric., M.P., 115, 119, 128

Fynamor, Mr., 93 n

G.

Gabell, Revd. Hen. Dison, 361

Gaol deliveries, 18–20, 37–40, 64

Gape, Thos., M.P., 157 n, 159 n

Gardiner, Steph., bp. of Winchester, 117, 118

Garrett, Geo., M.P., 135

Garth, Chas., M.P., 228, 229 n; John, M.P., 228, 229 n

Gas Board, Southern, 292

Gas Board, South-Western, 292

Gascony, 50

Gasper, in Stourton, 254 n, 273

Gater, Ric, coroner, 26

Gatton (Surr.), 121

Gaunt, John of, 76

Gauntlett, Rog., M.P., 130 n

Gawayn, John, 34; fam., 32

Gawen fam., 122, 144

Geld Rolls, 44, 45, 46, 49

George I, king, 199, 213

George III, king, 170

George IV, king, 210

George VI, king, 366

George, Reuben, 316

Gerebert, Wm., escheator, 16

Gerrard, Sir Gil., 164

Ghent, Sim. of, bp. of Sar., 357

Giffard (Gifford), Elias, 48; John, 133; Osbern, 48; Rog., M.P., 117; Wal., constable, 70; —, governess, 362

Gilbert, John, M.P., 77; Nat., 229 n

Giles, John, M.P., 35, 77, 78

Girls' Schools, Union of, for Social Service, 363

Gladstone, Wm. Ewart, 309, 313, 314

Glanville, Sir John, 143

Glastonbury, Rob. of, 12

Glastonbury (Som.), 362; abbey and abbot of, 3, 11, 19, 24, 51, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 66–67, 68, 70, 71, charter, 54; Twelve Hides of, 61

Gloucester, 141, 153, 217

Gloucester, bp. of, see Huntingford

Gloucester, Gilbert, earl of (d. 1230), 68

Gloucester, honor of, 50, 52

Gloucester, Statute of, 64

Gloucestershire, 1, 2, 30, 41, 43, 71, 75, 77, 105 n, 109, 111, 112, 120, 125 n, 150, 153, 154, 233, 258, 273, 274, 278, 283, 294, 338; sheriff of, 82 n

Godarville, Wal. de, 50, 51

Goddard, Ambrose, M.P., 197–8, 201, 202–3, 204, 206, 208, 224 n, 303; Ambrose Lethbridge, 302, 303; Francis, sheriff, 133; H. N., 254; Ric. (fl. 1640), 140; Ric. (fl. 1722), 199–200; Thos. (d. 1770), M.P., 201; Thos. (fl. 1806), M.P., 303 n; fam., 167, 195, 196, 202, 223, 224

Godfrey fam., 169

Godolphin, Chas., 362; Eliz., 362; Francis, 362; Hen., dean of St. Paul's, 362 n; Sidney, 1st earl of Godolphin, 362 n; Sir Wm., 362; Wm., 362

Godolphin sch., 350, 362–3

Gomeldon (Gombleton), in Idmiston, 56, 61, 68, 190

Gooch, Dan., 343

Gordon, Ld. Geo., 217 n; Rob., M.P., 205 n, 224, 301 n

Gore, Chas. (fl. 1641), 138 n; Chas. (fl. 1763), 223; Rob., 63; Thos., coroner, 27, 28, 62; Wm., 223; fam., 223

Gorges, Edw., 1st baron Gorges, 134; Edw., 82; Ric, M.P., 137; Sir Thos., 82, 84, 85; Thos., M.P., 118 n

Goring, Geo., Ld. Goring, 141, 142

Goschen, Geo. Joachim, 1st vct. Goschen, 269

Gotch, M. S., 361

Gough, Wm., 349

Gough-Calthorpe, Geo., 3rd baron Calthorpe, 225, 300

Gouldsmith, Jesse, 343

Grafton, see Wexcombe, Wolf Hall

Graham, Sir Geo., 300; Sir Jas., Home Secretary (1841), 217 n; Sir Jas. of Kirkstall (Yorks.), 217; Sir S., M.P., 301 n

Grampound (Cornw.), 129 n, 215 n

Grantham (Lines.), 241

Great Western Railway, 302, 324, 326, 343–4, 348, 355, 356

Green (Greene, Grene), John, 65; John Thos., 243; Nicholas, M.P. 147, 150; Wm., M.P., 118; Wm., informer, 243

Greenly, Revd. John, 357

Greenville, see Grenville

Greenway, Mr., 200

Gregory, Alice, 65

Grene, see Green

Grenville (Greenville), Adam de, 20; Geo., 219

Gresham, Sir Thos., 125 n

Grey, Lady Cath., 115, 129, 130, 131; Chas., 2nd earl Grey, 300; Edw., vct. Grey of Fallodon, 265; Hen., duke of Suffolk (d. 1554), 129

Griffin, Sir Edw., M.P., 144 n

Griffith, Dr. John, 361; Revd. C. T., 361; Revd. R. C., 361

Griffiths, E. L., 358

Grimstead, John of, M.P., 75

Grindal, Edmund, abp. of Canterbury, 118

Grittleton, 198, 227; ho., 228; man., 51, 70; park, 303 n; rectory, 20

Grobham, Ric., 145 n

Grobham Howe, Geo., M.P., 145; John, 153, 155; Sir Ric., 152, 164, 167, 175; fam., 168

Groome, Wm., 94

Grosmont, Hen. of, 1st duke of Lancaster, 76

Grossett, John, 228

Grosvenor, Rob., 2nd earl Grosvenor, 225, 300

Grove, Hugh, 149; John, 308 n; T. H., M.P., 313; Thos., M.P., 151, 152, 158 n, 159 n; Sir Thos., 308

Grovely wood, 35, 79 n

Grubb, Hen., M.P., 114 n; fam., 122

Grygge, John, 68

Guilford, earl of, see North

Gulson, E., 254 n

Gunnyld, John, 22

Guy, Ant., sheriff, 228; —, attorney, 228

Gwyn, Francis, M.P., 157, 158, 162

Gyles (or Hobbes), John, 149 n

H.

Hache, see Hatch

Hackett, Maria, 358; Wm., 101

Hadow Report, 354

Haileybury sch., 366 n

Haines Hill, in Broad Hinton (Berks.), 135 n

Hales, Chris., M.P., 115, 129; John, M.P., 115, 118 n, 129; Sim. de, sheriff, 7, 10

Hall, John (fl. 1449), coroner, 28 n; John (fl. 1685), 165; Sir Thos., 87

Ham, East and West (Essex), 355

Hamilton, Wm. Gerard, 209–10, 217; Wal. Kerr, bp. of Sar., 358, 363

Hammersmith (London), 353

Hampcote, John de, 24

Hampshire, Wm., M.P., 128 n

Hampshire, 1, 5, 9, 10, 29, 30, 31, 37, 39, 42, 62, 71, 75, 77, 78, 83, 86, 111, 118, 120, 141, 165, 184, 220, 229 n, 273, 275, 276 n, 283, 294, 297, 305 n, 338; 1d. lieut., 138

Hampshire Down sheep, 352

Hampshire River Board, 292

Hampton, John, coroner, 29 n, 36

Hancock, Wm., constable, 243 n

Hanecokkes, Maud, 69

Hanley, Gabriel, 83

Hanney, West (Berks.), 357

Hannington, in Castle Eaton, 283

Happold, Dr. F. C., 367

Harden, Ric., 35

Hardenhuish, 50, 350

Harding, Ric., M.P., 144 n; Sam., 304;–,200

Hardwick, Edw., 357

Hare, Augustus J. C., 350; Hen., 2nd baron Coleraine, 195 n, 198; Hugh, 1st baron Coleraine, 143, 154 n; Nicholas, M.P., 117

Harleston, John, M.P., 77, 78

Harnham, John of, coroner, 27

Harnham, East, 94, 107, 318, 319

Harnham, West, 12

Harnham bridge, 90, 106–7, 172

Harpur, Ric., serjeant, 88

Harrington, W., 163 n

Harrow sch., 365 n

Hartham, in Corsham, 16, 202 n

Hartington, marquess of, see Cavendish

Hartridge, John of, sheriff, 13

Hartwell, Abraham, M.P., 118

Harvey, Edmund, M.P., 145, 153 n; Sir Eliab, 163 n, 164, 165; Wm., 210; fam., 169

Haselden, Ric. de, 19

Haskins, John, treasurer, 175

Haslerig, Sir Arthur, 154

Hastings fam., 114

Hastings (Suss.), 228

Hatch (Hache), West, in West Tisbury, 123, 167, 168, 195

Hatcher, Hen., 362

Haversham, Nicholas of, sheriff, 10

Hawe, John, 67

Hawkes, Wm., clerk of the peace, 174, 175

Hawkins, John, sheriff, 163 n

Haycroft, Wm., coroner, 25 n

Haynes, J., 329; Dr. S. L., 329

Hayward, Thos., M.P., 217

Haywood (Haywode), Thos., 240 n; Wal. de, sheriff, 20

Hazelbury, in Box, 48

Heale ho., in Woodford, 159

Health, Boards of, 257

Health, public, 267, 277–9, 283, 286

Health visitors, 334, 336, 338

Heaneage, see Heneage

Heath, Sir Rob., 117

Heddington, 227

Hedges, Sir Chas., M.P., 210, 218; Wm., M.P., 210; fam., 211

Hele, Ric, 357

Helion, Wal. de, 38 n

Hely, Jas., M.P., 150, 151 n, 152, 155, 156 n

Hendred, East (Berks.), 201

Heneage (Heaneage), Geo., M.P., 305 n, 306 n; Sir Thos., 113

Henley (Oxon.), 168

Henry I, king, 5, 17, 45, 48, 54, 55, 56

Henry II, king, 6, 8, 17, 18, 46, 49, 54, 55

Henry III, king 7, 8, 11, 12, 14, 18, 19, 23, 37, 50, 57, 58, 59, 74

Henry IV, king, 52, 75

Henry VI, king, 42

Henry VII, king, 30

Henry VIII, king, 120, 128, 195, 196

Henry, prince of Wales (d. 1612), 113 n

Heraldic Visitations, 122

Herbert, Ann, ctss. of Pembroke (d. 1676), 140 n; Edw. (fl. 1563), M.P., 116; Edw. (fl. 1640), M.P., 135; Ellis, M.P., 76; Geo. Rob. Chas., 13th and 10th earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 265, 310; Hen., 2nd earl of Pembroke, 81, 82, 83, 84, 87, 89, 116–17, 124, 125; Hen., 10th and 7th earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 201, 202, 209–10, 217; Hen., 1st earl of Carnavon, 200, 201–3, 223, 224; Jas., M.P., 145, 146; Lady Mary, 157 n; Sir Percy, M.P., 117; Phil., 4th and 1st earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 81, 89 134, 136, 138, 139, 140, 146 n, 159; Phil., 5th and 2nd earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 89, 109, 155 n, 159; Phil., 7th and 4th earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 159, 163, 164, 191; Rob. Hen., 12th and 9th earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 300, 301, 312; Sidney, 1st Ld. Herbert of Lea, 208, 303, 305, 306, 307, 312, 342, Sir Thos., 138 n; Thos., 8th and 5th earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 159, 165, 166, 168; Wm., 1st earl of Pembroke, 80–81, 82, 89, 114 n, 115, 116, 119, 120, 127; Wm., 3rd earl of Pembroke, 81, 87, 89, 91, 96, 113, 117, 130; Wm., 2nd s. of 4th and 1st earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 135, 137; Wm., 6th and 3rd earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 159; Wm. (M.P. for Cricklade 1811), 224; fam., 81, 114, 116–17, 118, 121, 124, 127, 130, 135, 159, 195 n, 206, 209

Hereford, 359

Hereford, Humph., earl of, 47; earls of, 52, 53

Herefordshire, 302 n, 362; ld. lieut., 81

Hertford, earls of, 89; and see Seymour

Hertford, Frances, ctss. of, 364

Hertoke, see Ashridge

Heved, Nicholas, coroner, 26, 29 n, 76

Heym, Steph., 37

Heynes (or Eynes), Thos., 115 n

Heytesbury, 35, 53, 76, 170 n; educ., 351; man., 48, 136, 209; Parl. rep., 73, 78, 112, 114, 115, 120, 121, 123, 130 n, 136, 157, 165, 169, 197, 209, 229 n, 230, 299, 300, 301; and see Tytherington

Heytesbury, baron, see A'Court

Heytesbury hund., 20 n, 28 n, 48, 49, 51, 57, 67, 69, 136; constable (high), 234 n; court, 70

Heywood, F. M., 366 n

Hicks Beach, Mic., 224 n

Hide, John, 68

Highclere (Hants), 201

Highnam (Glos.), 120

Highway, in Hilmarton, 46 n, 326–7

Highways, 171, 248–9, 250–1, 275– 7, 286–7, 291

Highworth, 72, 93, 100; man., 59; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254, 255; R.D., 295; vacc., 324 n; and see Fresden

Highworth hund., 3, 23, 49, 51, 57, 58, 69, 208, 222; constable (high), 234 n; court, 65, 66

Hildrop, Dr. John, 359

Hill, Francis, 190

Hilliard, Thos., 133

Hilmarton, see Highway

Hilperton, 260 n, 274 n

Hindon, 85, 100, 166, 168, 297; bailiff of, 60; 'division', 177; highways, 251, 260 n; man., 51; Parl. rep., 73, 112, 117, 118, 119, 121, 123, 125, 129, 130 n, 131 n, 135, 137, 145, 157, 159, 169, 196, 209 n, 220, 222, 224–5, 226, 227, 229 n, 230, 299, 300, 301; poor relief, 254; qu. sess., 88

Hinsman, Edw. (jr.), J.P., 233 n

Hinton, Sir Thos., M.P., 130 n

Hinton (Broad), in Hurst (Berks.), 1, 2, 258

Hinton, Little, 351

Hippesley, J. C, 188 n; Rob., sheriff, 151, 152 n

Hitchcock, Chas., 330

Hoare, Sir Ric. Colt, 194

Hoare's Bank, 194

Hobbes (or Gyles), John, 149 n; Thos., 349

Hobhouse, C. H. E., M.P., 314; Mrs. Chas., 333; Sir Chas. Parry, 280

Hoby, Thos., M.P., 156, 220 n; fam., 220

Hodges, Thos., M.P., 138, 143, 146 n

Hoese, Pet. de la, coroner, 27, 28 n

Holdsworth, W. S., 44

Holland (Dutch agent in London), 220

Holland, baron, see Fox

Holies, Denzil, M.P., 133, 137 n, 138, 139, 140, 145, 154; Francis, 151; Sir John, 126

Hollister, Wm., 226

Holmes, John, 22

Holt, 274, 304, 351

Holton, Lionel, 150, 151 n

Honors, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 54, 63– 64, 66

'Honton', 2 n

Hooper fam., 113

Hopton, Ralph, Ld. Hopton, 139 n, 140, 141; Wal. de, 38 n; fam., 151

Home, Laur., M.P., 130 n; Rob., bp. of Winchester, 118, 127

Horningsham, 53, 320, 321; and see Longleat

Horsham (Suss.), 123 n, 186

Horwood, Wm., M.P., 117

Hospital Board, Oxford, 292

Hospital Board, South-West Metropolitan, 292

Hospital Board, South-Western, 292

Hospitals, 292, 340–7

Houghton, Wm. de, 39

How (Howe), Sir Jas., M.P., 225; John, Ld. Chedworth, 195, 197; Sir Ric, M.P., 195, 198, 199, 200, 225; fam., 195, 197

Howard, Chas. John, Ld. Andover, later 17th and 10th earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, 219, 232; Craven, M.P., 218; Hen., 12th and 5th earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, 218–19; Hen. Chas., 18th and 11th earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, 265; Hen. Fred., Ld. Mowbray and Maltravers, later earl of Arundel (d. 1652), 138; J. K., M.P., 306 n; John, 15th and 8th earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, 223, 224; Phil., M.P., 162; Sir Thos., M.P., 130 n; Thos., 2nd earl of Berkshire, 139, 144; Thos., Ld. Andover, later 16th and 9th earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, 224, 254; Thos. 3rd duke of Norfolk (d. 1554), 115; Lady Victoria, 344; fam., 122, 123, 161 n, 218

Howe, see How

Hudson, Giles, M.P., 228; W. H., 297

Hughes, Wm., 349

Hull (Hulle), Eustace de (la), escheator, 16, 38 n

Hullavington (or Clatford), prior of, 20

Hulle, see Hull

Hulse, E. H., M.P., 313

Hume, Jos., M.P., 263

Hundreds, 3, 44–46, 48–50, 51–52; courts, 54–59, 63–71, 170

Hungerford, Sir Ant., 32 n, 93; Ant., deputy lieut., 82; Ant., M.P., 144 n; Edmond, 134; Edw., 82, 90; Sir Edw. (fl. 1640), 108, 124 n, 130n, 136, 138, 139, 141, 144,145, 146; Sir Edw. (fl. 1680), 161, 163, 164; Sir Geo., 164; Sir Giles, 156; Hen., 152, 153; Rob. of, 29, 32 n, 76; Sir Thos. (d. 1397), 34, 53, 76; Sir Thos. (d. 1468), 43; Wal. (fl. 1346), 28; Wal., 1st Ld. Hungerford, 53; Wal., Ld. Hungerford of Heytesbury, 32 n, 114; Sir Wal. (fl. 1592), 87, 88; fam., 32, 53. 76, 89, 91, 114, 122, 123, 135, 136, 145, 150, 161 n, 163, 195, 210, 211

Hungerford (Berks.), 1, 168, 254, 260 n, 273, 274, 294

Hungerford chant., 357 n

Hungerford—Hereford road, 291

Hunt, Hen., 149 n, 221; Thos., 149

Hunter, Guy, 368

Huntingford, Geo. Isaac, bp. of Gloucester, 361; Revd. Thos., 361

Husband, J., M.P., 314

Hussey (Husee), Geof., 57; Hen., 11; Jas., chairman, qu. sess., 293; Wm. (fl. 1258), 11; Wm. (d. 1813), M.P., 222, 223; fam., 40

Huxham, Rob. of, sheriff, 10, 15

Huxley, T. H., 366

Hyde, Alexander, bp. of Sar., 136; Edw., 1st earl of Clarendon, 135 n, 143 n, 156 n, 159, 162, 168, 172, 195; Edw. (of Hatch), 159 n, 168; Hen., 2nd earl of Clarendon, 155 n, 165, 166, 168, 198; Lawr., M.P., 103, 116, 123; Lawr., 1st earl of Rochester (d. 1711), 148, 159, 163, 164, 165, 166, 168; Rob., recorder of Sar., 103, 136, 139, 140, 144 n, 145, 156 n, 159; Sir Rob. (d. 1665), 159 n; Rob. (of Hatch), 167, 195, 196, 198, 199, 200, 225; Wm., 126; fam., 122, 123, 136, 155, 159, 161 n, 169, 195, 196, 197, 225, 226

Hyde-Villiers fam., earls of Clarendon, 226

Hynde, John, M.P., 117

I.

Idmiston, 56, 61, 68, 149 n, 190, 297; and see Gomeldon, Porton

Ilchester (Som.), 149

Illingworth, Wm., 214

Imber, 53

India, 223, 265, 350

Indies, West, 139 n

Inge, John, 33 n, 38 n

Inglesham (Berks.), 1, 202 n, 258

Ingram, Wm., 320

Insula, Humph. de, 48

Invalid Children's Aid Soc, 344

Inverness-shire, 217 n

Ireland, 83, 84, 120, 145, 146, 151 n, 153, 166, 183, 210, 223, 314, 315, 350

Ireton, Hen., 145 n

Isabel, queen of Edw. II, 21

Ivemy, M., 224 n

Ivie, John, mayor of Sar., 136, 320; —, schoolmistress, 362

Ivy Church, in Alderbury, 196, 209; prior of, 43

J.

Jamaica, 225, 228, 229 n

James I, king, 84, 98, 118, 119, 121, 131, 364 n

James II, king, 156, 164, 165, 166, 168, 169, 215, 216, 223 n, 226

Javelin Men, 244

Jenkins, Sir Leoline, 164 n

Jenner, Edw., 323; Rob., M.P., 136, 138, 143, 144, 146 n

Jernemouth, John, 70

Jervoise, Geo. Pureboy, M.P., 220 n; Thos., 222

Jewel, John, bp. of Sar., 357

Joce, Geo., M.P., 77

John, king, 6, 7, 18, 46, 47, 49, 50, 56, 57, 70

Johnson, Geo., M.P., 158, 163

Jones, John, 175; Ric. (d. 1688), 349; Ric (fl. 1713), M.P., 220

Justices of the Peace, 31–37, 42, 68, 80, 81, 82, 83, 85, 87–110, 173, 176–7, 179, 182–9, 231–4, 237

Juxon, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 88

K.

Keepers of the peace, 31–37, 42

Keevil, John, coroner, 27, 28

Keilwey, Rob., M.P., 115

Kemble (Glos.), 1, 224, 260 n, 273– 4, 276, 328

Ken, Thos., bp. of Bath and Wells, 361

Kennett, 167

Kensington (London), 216, 364

Kent, John, clerk of the peace, 89, 90, 130 n; Ric, 155 n; Wm., 140; fam., 113, 161 n

Kent, 13, 245, 297; ld. lieut., 81

Kerr, Charlotte, 350

Kibblewhite, Jas., 227

Kilmington (Som.), 1, 254 n, 273

Kilvert, Revd. Rob., 350

'Kinemerford' (Kempsford, Glos.), barony of, 50

King, John, alderman, 265; Mat., M.P., 112

King's Bench and Marshalsea, treasurers of, 98, 107, 109, 190

King's Bench, court of, 42, 63, 78, 94, 98, 107, 128, 172, 190, 360

Kingdon, Lemuel, 158 n, 165

Kingsbridge hund., 3, 20 n, 36, 51, 222; constable (high), 234 n

Kingsmill, Hen., M.P., 118, 129; John, chancellor of Winchester, 118; Ric., M.P., 127; fam., 120

Kingswood (Glos.), 1, 2, 183, 258

Kington St. Michael, 11, 52, 70

Kington, West, 249

Kinwardstone hund., 24, 28 n, 36, 48, 49, 51, 57, 58, 69, 170 n; constable (high), 234 n

Kirkham, Rog., M.P., 145

Kirkstall (Yorks. W.R.), 217

Kirton (Kyrton), Jas., 127, 128; Josias, 126–7

Kitson Clark, G. S. R., 303

Knook, 53

Knoyle hund., 3, 51

Knoyle, East, 51, 60, 143 n, 183, 335; rector of, 133; and see Milton, Pertwood

Knoyle, West, 148 n

Knyght, Edw., 67

Knyvet, Sir Hen., deputy lieut., 82, 122

Kyrton, see Kirton

L.

Labourers, Ordinance of, 36

Labourers, Statute of, 36

Lackham, in Lacock, 227, 353

Lacock (Laycock), 72, 116, 165, 167, 184, 197, 200, 243, 273; and see Bowden Park, Lackham, Notton

Lacock, abbess and abbey, 7, 69, 195, 228

Lacy, de, Alice, 52; Hen., 3rd earl of Lincoln (d. 1311), 52

Lade, Thos., 67

'La Grave', near Wokingham (Berks.), 38

Lake, Sir Thos., M.P., 121

Lamb, Peniston, 1st Ld. Melbourne, 217

Lambard, John, coroner, 29 n, 35; fam., 35

Lambert, John (d. 1683), 154; Sir John (d. 1892), 307 n

Lambeth (London), 304

Lancaster, 129; ld. lieut., 81 n

Lancaster, Hen. of, see Henry IV, king; Thos. of (d. 1322), 29, 52; fam., 53

Lancaster, duchy of, 22, 47, 52, 53, 62, 70, 76, 77, 121, 129

Lancaster, duke of, see Grosmont

Lancaster and Chester, 1d. lieutenancy of, 81 n

Langford (Langeford), John of, coroner (ante 1275), 15; John of, coroner (1325), 15; W. de, coroner, 15

Langford, see Bathampton

Langley, Edmund of, earl of Cambridge (d. 1402), 33; John, M.P., 77

Langport (Som.), 142

Langton, Thos., bp. of Winchester, 33

Langworthy, Dr. C. C, 246, 330; Dr. R. A., 330

Lansdown (Lansdowne), Som., 139, 141, 154 n

Lansdowne fam., 211

Lansdowne, marquess of, see Fitzmaurice

Larder, Rob., 31

Latimer (Latymer), Rob., 349

Latton, 328

Latymer, see Latimer

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 357

Launceston (Cornw.), 151 n

Laurence (or Uffenham), see Uffenham

Laverstock, 246, 247

Lavington, 23, 165 n, 182

Lavington Baynton, man. of, 76

Lavington, Market, 28, 100, 319; and see Fiddington

Lavington, West, 45, 335, 353, 358; Dauntsey's sch., 358–9

Lawes, Revd. J. T., 359–60, 361

Lawrence, Thos., 350; —, gaoler, 14; —, Serjeant, 9

Leaf, Herbert, 365

Lefevre, C. S., 253, 254 n

Legge, Geo., 158 n, 163 n

Legh, Martin de, under-sheriff, 13 n

Leicester, earl of, 71

Leicester, Eleanor, ctss. of, 58

Leicestershire, 279

Leigh, 53

Leigh Delamere, 349

Lenthall, Wm., 144 n

Leonard, Miss E. M., 98

Leprosy, 318–19

Lewes (Suss.), battle of, 12

Lewis, Ric, M.P., 163 n, 164 n, 169, 215; Thos., M.P., 220 n

Ley, Sir Hen., M.P., 130 n; Jas., 3rd earl of Marlborough, 139; Sir Jas., M.P., 130 n; fam., 122

Liberties, 44–71

Lichfield, Sim. of, 39

Lieutenant, Lord, see Lord Lieutenant

Lilborne, Sir John, coroner, 25, 28 n; Wm., coroner, 25, 28 n, 75; fam., 32

Limpley Stoke, 274, 290

Lincoln, earl of, see Lacy

Lincolnshire, 7 n, 78

Lisle, Rob. de, 12

Lister, Ric, 40 n

Little, W. G., 356

Littlebury, Martin de, 20

Littlecote, near Hungerford (Berks.), 126 n, 136, 168, 227

Llewellyn, Capt. Hoel, Chief Constable, 269

Lloyd George, David, 315

London, Hildebrand of, sheriff, 13

London, 29, 39, 42, 67, 78, 84, 85, 86, 88, 92, 96, 100, 101, 106, 108, 113, 114, 117, 121, 128, 136, 143, 154, 183, 203, 204, 205, 211, 217, 223, 225, 227, 228, 304, 310, 319, 320, 328, 340, 342, 350, 358, 360, 364, 365 n, 366

London—Bath road, 277

London—Bristol road, 291

London—Penzance road, 291

Long, Cath., 204; Edmund, J.P., 102; Edw., 85; Sir Jas., sheriff, 139–40, 142, 144; Sir Jas., M.P., (of Draycott), 167, 215; Sir Jas. (fl. 1812), 196 n, 202; Sir Jas. Tylney, M.P., 198, 204, 229; R. C. C, 315; Ralph le, coroner, 26; Ric. (fl. 1701), 198; Ric. (fl. 1806), 198, 200, 204; Ric. Penruddock, 307; Rob. (fl. 1428), J.P., 34; Sir Rob. (d. 1768), 201; Thos. (fl. 1571), 126; Thos. (fl. 1701), 198; Sir Wal., deputy lieut., 82, 85; Wal., sheriff, 87, 123, 130 n, 131–2, 134, 137, 138, 139, 145, 146; Wal. (fl. 1830), M.P., 302, 303, 306 n, 313; Wal. Hume, 1st vct. Long, 313, 314, 315 n; fam., 32, 86, 122, 123, 150, 161 n, 195, 196, 200, 202, 204, 205, 206, 227, 302, 313

Long-Wellesley, Wm., M.P., 198

Longbridge hund., 51

Longespée, Margaret, 52; Wm. (I), 6–7, 8, 47; Wm. (II), 7–8, 49, 50; Wm. (III), 49, 50, 51; fam., 2, 6, 7, 9, 19, 47, 52

Longford cast., in Britford, 118 n, 137, 141, 142, 143, 220

Longleat, in Horningsham, 84, 124, 143, 153 n, 164, 165, 361, 362; priory, 10

Longueville, vct., see Yelverton

Lopes, Sir E. A., 300, 301; Sir Manasseh, M.P., 215; Sir Massey, M.P., 261, 313; Sir R., M.P., 306 n; Ralph Ludlow, chairman, qu. sess., 233, 263, 293, 294; fam., 309

Lord Lieutenant, 80–87, 89, 105, 106, 138, 173

Lord Mayor Treloar coll., 366 n

Lorde, Wm., M.P., 77

Lostwithiel (Cornw.), 141

Louis XVIII, king of France, 350

Lovel(l), John, Ld. Lovel (d. 1408), 28; fam., 32, 53

Lowe, Geo., M.P., 135 n, 140, 144 n; Rob., vct. Sherbrooke, 308–9, 312; fam., 161 n

Lowestoft (Suff.), 279

Lucas, John, 148 n

Lucy, Sir Ric, M.P., 145, 153 n

Ludgershall, 18, 100, 258; cast., 12, 14; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 77, 112, 115, 120, 121, 126, 127, 128, 132, 135, 136 n, 137, 157, 158, 159, 196, 209 n, 216–18, 223 n, 229, 299, 300, 301

Ludlow, Edmund, 108, 141, 145; Edmund (jr.), 145, 146, 150, 151, 153, 154; Hen., deputy lieut., 87; Sir Hen., M.P., 130 n, 138; Wm., 150, 152; fam., 32, 86, 89, 118, 122, 136

Ludwell, John, M.P., 77, 78

Ludwell, in Donhead St. Mary, 27

Lufwyk, Rob. of, 62

Lunatic asylums, 233, 235, 237, 246– 8, 278, 328–33

Lush, Dr., 330

Lushill, Nicholas de, sheriff, 10

Lus Hill, in Castle Eaton, 10

Lydiard Tregoze, 75, 282

M.

Macaulay, Thos. Babington, 211, 300, 301 n, 312

Macdonald, I. P., 362

McGeachy, F. A., 365

Macnair Report, 364

Macpherson, John, M.P., 223

Madan, Col. Martin, 226

Maddington, 199, 249 n, 250

Madox, Thos., 49

Madras, Fort St. George, 210

Magens, Dorrien Magens, M.P., 217

Magna Carta, 19, 70, 102

Maidenhead (Berks.), 292

Maitland, Ebenezer Fuller, M.P., 228; John, M.P., 228; fam., 228

Makerere coll., Uganda, 365 n

Malet, Sir Alexander, 214, 215

Malmesbury, 19, 20, 29 n, 35, 36, 63, 100, 108, 123, 167 n, 305; borough, 203, 295; bridge, 249; Civil war, 140, 141, 142,143; Council (town), 257, 263; Co. Co., 264; educ, 307 n, 353; gaol, 10, 96; garrison, 94; health (public), 339; highways, 251, 260 n; hosps., 318, 338, 343, 345, 346; lepers, 318; man., 9; Parl. rep., 72,73, 75, 76, 78, 112–13, 120, 121, 128, 136 n, 145, 157, 158, 164, 165, 196, 209 n, 218–19, 222, 229, 230, 299, 300, 301, 310, 312; petty sess., 235 n, 273; police, 245; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254, 255; qu. sess., 93; R.D., 295; riv. pollution, 277; san., 258; sch., 350; sewage disposal, 286, 327; steward (high), 198, 210; vacc, 324 n; watersupply, 327; workho., 283; and see Cole Park, Cowfold

Malmesbury, abbey and abbot of, 3, 20, 33, 44, 46, 49, 51, 53, 56, 57, 58, 63–64, 68, 70

Malmesbury hund., 3, 20 n, 28 n, 36, 44, 46, 49, 51, 69, 70, 203, 208, 222, 223, 224; constable (high), 102, 234 n; court, 63, 68

Maltravers, Ld., see Howard

Manby, Thos., M.P., 158

Manchester, 310, 325, 359

Manchester, earl of, see Montagu

Mandeville, Ralph de, 38 n

Manningford Bohun, 27, 52, 70

Manor Courts, 54, 57, 60, 66, 170

Marden, riv., 327

Mare, de la, Pet., 76; Sir Rob., M.P., 34, 39, 76, 77; fam., 32

Marlborough, Alvred of, 48

Marlborough, 13, 18, 29 n, 53, 71, 85, 100, 123, 134, 144, 173, 205, 280, 305; borough, 295; cast., 3, 12, 14, 21 n, 364; Castle Inn, 364; civil war, 139 n, 140, 142, 143; coll., 131, 364–6; constable, 5, 76; coroner, 24; Council (town), 257; Co. Co., 264, 266; courts, 170, 233 n; division, 87, 100; educ, 307 n, 353, 355; gaols, 10, 19, 38, 41, 96, 97, 172, 181, 184, 185, 186, 187 n, 188, 238–9, 240; Grammar sch., 359–60, 361; health (public) 257, 325, 339; highways, 251, 260 n; hosps., 318, 335, 342–3, 345, 359; leprosy, 318; mayor, 213; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 75, 77, 78, 112, 114, 115, 116, 121, 122, 128, 129, 130 n, 131, 135, 137, 145, 148, 150, 151, 157, 159, 163, 164, 167, 196, 209 n, 212–15 216, 217, 221, 229 n, 230, 299, 300, 301, 303, 310, 312; plague, 319, 320; police, 245; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 253, 254, 255, 271 n, 283; powder magazine, 139; qu. sess., 35, 38, 88, 177, 232, 233, 265, 294; R.D., 282, 295; san., 258; schs., 131, 349, 359–60, 361, 364–6; sewage disposal, 327; 'Three Tuns', 199; vacc, 324 n; vagrants, 183; watersupply, 328; workho., 283

Marlborough, duke of, see Spencer; earl of, see Ley

Marlborough Downs, 13

Marlborough Nomads, 365, 366

Marlborough Times, 308, 315 n

Marlborough—Swindon Club, 366

Marprelate, Martin, 118

Marsden-Jones, E. M., 359

Marsh, John, 121; Sam., M.P., 228

Marshal, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1219), 63; fam., 48

Marshal, Earl, 50

Marston Meysey (Maisey), 50, 260

Marston, South, 202 n

Martin (Martyn), John, 165 n; Thos., M.P., 118; Wm., 41; fam., 122

Martin (Hants), 1, 28, 273

Marvin, F. S., 359; Sir Jas., deputy lieut., 82, 84–85, 87

Mary I, queen, 81, 112, 115, 116, 118, 123, 128

Mary, daughter of Edw. I, 57

Maskelyne fam., 223

Massey (Massie), Sir Edw., 141, 143, 145, 146, 153, 154 n; J., M.P., 314 n; John, surveyor, 176

Matcham, Geo., chairman, qu. sess., 233, 234 n, 293

Maternity and Child Welfare, 333–6

Mathewe, Tristram, M.P., 118

Matson (Glos.), 217

Matthews, Miss E. M., 350

Maud, empress, 3, 49, 55, 56

Mauduit, Joan, 51; Rob., sheriff, 8; Thos., 8; Wm., 51; fam., 6, 8,

Maurice, prince, 141

Maynard, —, 351; fam., 122

Mayo, Revd. Jos., 239 n, 240 n

Meek, Alexander, 272

Melbourne, Sir Thos., 21

Melbourne, Ld., see Lamb

Melchet park (Hants), 1, 273

Melksham (Melkesham, Melsham), 21 n, 27, 96, 198, 206, 321; boundaries, 274; bridge, 176, 179 n; Council (town), 257; court, 170, 233 n; 'George', the, 200; health (public), 324, 326; highways, 250, 260 n, 276; hosp., 335, 343; liberty of, 62, 67; lunatics, 332; man., 50, 58, 69; par., 203; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254, 255, 291; qu. sess., 178; R.D., 282, 295; san., 258; sch., 351, 367; sewage disposal, 327; Shaw ho., 200; Shurnfold farm., 281; textile sch., 367; U.D., 295; vacc, 324 n; water-supply, 327–8; and see Beanacre

Melksham hund., 28 n, 36, 50, 51, 57, 58, 59, 69, 203, 321; constable (high), 134, 234 n

Melksham Without, 273

Melleford, Steph. de, coroner, 15

Melsham, see Melksham

Mercers' Company, 358

Merchant Adventurers, 121

Mere, John de, 28 n

Mere, 27, 100, 109; assizes, 37; bailiwick, 52; educ, 355; health (public), 339; highways, 260 n, 287 n; man., 53, 59, 69; Parl. rep., 73, 76; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254, 260; R.D., 282, 295; rates, 271 n; san., 258 n; vacc, 324 n; and see Chaddenwick

Mere hund., 28 n, 49, 51, 53, 57, 58, 69, 203; constable (high), 234 n; court, 67

Meredith, Capt. Sam., chief constable, 243, 245

Merewether, Hen. Alworth, chairman, qu. sess., 233, 293, 294

Merriman, E. B., 272; R. W., 269; Wm. Clark, clerk of the peace, 234

Mervyn, Sir Hen., M.P., 130 n; Sir Jas., 124, 125; fam., 53, 122, 123

Methuen, Fred. Hen. Paul, 2nd baron Methuen, 232; John, M.P., 196, 227; Paul, M.P., 196, 198, 200, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 227, 302; fam., 196, 206, 227, 302

Methuen Treaty, 196, 199

Meyler, Revd. Thos. (sr.), 359; Revd. Thos. (jr.), 359, 360

Meyrick, Revd. Edw., 350

Middlesex, 29, 171, 330

Middleton, A. B., 325

Middlezoy (Som.), 165

Midland Railway, 276

Midwinter fam., 112

Midwives, 333–4, 335

Milborne Port (Som.), 152 n

Mildenhall, 14, 53, 70, 320

Milk Marketing Board, 339

Mill, East, in Fordingbridge (Hants), 43

Milleward, 67

Milston, see Brigmerston

Milton, in East Knoyle, 60

Minehead (Som.), 136 n, 139

Minety, 1, 2, 258

Mirehouse, John, 214

Moberly, Edith, 358; Geo., bp. of Sar., 358

Moigne, see Moyne

Molton, South (Devon), 149, 154

Mompesson, Sir Giles, M.P., 116, 130 n; John, 148; Sir Thos., M.P., 149, 156, 157 n, 160, 161, 163, 164, 165, 169, 196, 198; fam., 53, 122, 126, 155, 195, 196, 220

Monck (Monk, Munck), Chris., 2nd duke of Albemarle, 167 n; Geo., 1st duke of Albemarle, 154; Levinus, M.P., 115

Monmouth, John of, sheriff, 7, 9

Monmouth, duke of, see Scott, Jas.

Monmouthshire, 137

Montacute (Som.), 133

Montagu (Montague, Mountagu), Hen., 1st earl of Manchester, 88; Jas., 151 n; Lady Mary Wortley, 321; Wm., earl of Sar. (d. 1397), 33; fam., 52, 227

Montfort, de, Hen., sheriff, 11 n, 12, 31, 37; Sim., 51; fam., 51

Moody, Sir Hen., J.P., 93; —, 85; fam., 122

Moore, Francis, 167; Thos., M.P., 136, 138, 144, 146 n; Thos., schoolmaster, 350; W., 165 n

Mordaunt, Chas., 3rd earl of Peterborough, 198, 218

More, Wm., bailiff, 23

Moredon, in Rodbourne Cheney, 48

Morgan, Sir Edmund, 117; Gregory, 30; Sir Thos., 117, 130 n

Morland, Sam., 158

Morley, Geo., 225; Geof. de, coroner, 15; Herbert, 154

Mornington, earl of, see Wellesley

Morse, A. L. L., M.P., 314 n

Mortimer, Ralph, 69

Mortival, Rog., bp. of Sar., 357

Morton, John, abp. of Canterbury, 33

Moryce, Wm., M.P., 118

Moseley, Humph., M.P., 114 n, 115 n

Mott, Chas., 253

Mountagu, see Montagu

Moyle, justice, 43

Moyne (Moigne), John, sheriff, 23; John le, escheator, 16

Mucegros, de, Ric, 12; Rob., 12

Mullman (Mulleman), John and his w. Maud, 65, 68

Munck, see Monck

Music, Royal Academy of, 363

Myers, Chas., canon of Sar., 366, 367

Mynne, Geo., M.P., 128

N.

Nadder, riv., 27, 69, 70

Naish, see Nash

Napier, Col., 253

Naseby, battle of, 142

Nash (Naish), Thos., 357; Dr. —, 330

National Soc, 348, 351

Nayler, John, 22

Neale, Rob., M.P., 226; Thos., 216

Neat, Wm., 95

Neath (Glam.), 246

'Neckenvill', in Cannings hund., 43

Neeld, Sir John, M.P., 302, 303, 306 n; Jos., M.P., 228, 300, 301, 303, 313; fam., 310

Nelson, Horatio, 3rd earl Nelson, 232

Nesbitt, Arnold, M.P., 223

Netherlands, 128

Nettleton, 51, 70

Neville, de, Geof., sheriff, 7; Wm., sheriff, 7

New Forest, 103, 254, 294

New Model Army, 142

New Zealand, 315

Newburgh, John of, sheriff, 13

Newbury (Berks.), 120, 168, 213, 292

Newcastle, duke of, see Pelham-Holles

Newcastle's Royal Commission (1868), 348

Newchurch (Kent), 364

Newdigate, Sir Francis, M.P., 115, 129; Rob., 129 n

Newman, Geo., 336

Newnton, Long (Glos.), 1, 274, 283

Newspapers, 307–8

Newton-in-Makerfield (Lancs.), 121

Newton Tony, see Wilbury ho.

Nicholas, Sir Edw., 143 n; Sir John, 158 n, 165, 166; Oliver, 158 n, 165; Ric, M.P., 114 n; Rob., M.P., 138, 146 n, 148, 151 n, 153 n, 157 n; fam., 136

Nightingale, Florence, 342

Nominated Parliament, 147

Norborne fam., 136

Norden, John, M.P., 151

Norfolk, 62, 78, 196, 302 n

Norfolk, duke of, see Howard

Norman Conquest, 44, 70

Normandy, Rob. of, 10

Normanton, earl of, see Agar

Norrington, in Alvediston, 166 n, 196

North, Fred., 2nd earl of Guilford, 197, 201, 217, 226 n; Geo. Augustus, M.P., 227

North Wilts. Herald, 308

Northampton, Assize of, 18

Northampton, statute of, 42

Northamptonshire, 75, 85

Northey, Wm., 211; fam., 211

Northumberland, 7 n, 192

Northumberland, duke of, see Dudley

Norton, Thos., M.P., 129

Norton Bavant, 48

Norton St. Philip (Som.), 165

Norwich, bp. of, 62

Norwood, Dr. Cyril, 365, 366 n

Nottingham, Ric. of, 62

Notton, in Lacock, 202

Noyes, John, M.P., 113, 319

Nunton, 60

Nursteed, in Bishop's Cannings, 320

O.

Oaksey, 52, 69, 124, 131

Offa, king, 45

Ogbourne St. Andrew, see Rockley

Ogbourne St. George, 67, 202 n, 326, 328

Ogilvie, Geo. Shadforth, 331

Okeden, D. O. P., 251, 253

Oldcastle, Sir John, 30

Oldfield, T. H. B., 201, 219 n, 225

Oldsworth, Mic, M.P., 117, 119, 126, 128, 136, 146 n, 153 n, 156

Olive, G. W., 359

Orcheston St. George, 47; and see Elston

Orders, Book of, 98–99

Osmund, St., bp. of Sar., 45, 60

Osmund, steward, 63

Oundle (Northants.), 359

Oxford, 131, 140, 141, 142, 186, 241, 342, 346, 347; Balliol coll., 365; Brasenose coll., 359; New coll., 53, 65, 361; Queen's coll., 360; univ., 228, 359, 363; University coll., 365 n; Wadham coll., 314 n, 361

Oxford Parliament, 11, 140, 156

Oxford, Provisions of (1258), 10

Oxfordshire, 29, 30, 62, 71, 92, 151 n, 155 n, 168, 272

Oxfordshire, sheriff of, see Thistleden

Oyer and Terminer, Commission of, 40–43, 79

P.

Paddington (London), 343

Painsfort, see Pauncefoot

Palatinate, 102

Pallady, Ric, M.P., 119

Palmer, D., 224 n; Geof., M.P., 159 n

Paradyse, John, 68; Wal., 68

Pardo, Convention of the, 197

Paris, Mat., 8 n

Paris, 342

Parry, Rob., 350

Parvyng, Rob., 42

Paston, Wm., 2nd earl of Yarmouth, 166

Pateshull, Martin of, judge, 18

Patney, 69

Paule, Geo., M.P., 118

Paulet, Wm., 1st marquess of Winchester, 88

Pauncefoot (Painsfort, Pauncefote), Edw., M.P., 218; Sir Julian, 365 n

Pavely, de, Reginald, 51; Wal., 49, 51; fam., 9, 32

Pearce, John, M.P., 299; Maj.-Gen. Thos., 216

Peel, Sir Rob., 188 n, 305

Pelate, H., 154 n

Pelham, Hen., 226

Pelham-Holles, Thos., 4th duke of Newcastle, 218, 226

Pembroke, earls of, 80, 89, 119, 137, 159; and see Herbert, Marshal

'Pembroke's division', 116

Penniger (Pinniger), Wm., 360

Penruddock, Arundel, 196; Chas. (sr.), 196, 201; Chas. (jr.), M.P., 196–7, 201, 202, 203, 204; Sir Edw., 82, 196; Edw., M.P., 148, 154, 162; Sir Geo., 125,196; Geo., 199; Col. John, 148, 149; Thos., 167; fam., 89, 91, 117, 118, 122, 123, 140, 144, 148, 149, 161 n, 169, 195 n, 196, 206 n

Penruddock's Rising of 1655, 147–50

Pertwood, in East Knoyle, 50

Peterborough (Northants.), abbot of, 62

Peterborough, earl of, see Mordaunt

Petty, Wm., 2nd earl of Shelburne, later 1st marquess of Lansdowne, 201

Pevensey, Rog. of, 58

Peverel, Hugh, 49, 51

Pewsey, 149 n; health (public), 339; highways, 251, 260 n, 276, 287 n; hosp., 277, 335; lunatic asylum, 332, 333; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 255, 260; R.D., 295; san., 258 n; sch., 350; sewage disposal, 327; vacc, 324 n

Pewsey, Vale of, 13

Phelips, Sir Rob., 133

Philipson, Miles, 143 n

Phillips, T., 331

Phipps, John, treasurer, 175; Thos. Hen. Hele, chairman, qu. sess., 178, 253 n, 254, 293

Pickerell, Ralph, M.P., 115

Pig, Ric, 13 n

Pill Farm, near Salisbury, 322

Pinniger, see Penniger

Pipe Rolls, 46

Pitt, Jos., M.P., 219, 223, 224, 227, 229, 300; Rob., 210; Thos., M.P., 169 n, 195 n, 197, 199, 210; Thos., 2nd baron Camelford, 210; Wm., 1st earl of Chatham, 210; Wm. (d. 1806), 197, 198, 209, 217, 226 n, 227; fam., 210, 220

Pitt diamond, 210, 229 n

Pitt-Rivers, Horace, 6th baron Rivers, 232

Pitts, Mat., 175

Plaitford (Hants), 1, 273

Plague, 319–21

Plater, Revd. Chas., 364

Plessis, John du, earl of Warwick (d. 1263), 11–12

Pleydall, Gabriel, 126; Wm., M.P., 144 n; fam., 136

Pleydell-Bouverie, see Bouverie

Plowden, Edmund, M.P., 120

Plucknet (Plucknett), T. F. T., 60; fam., 9

Plymouth (Devon), 213 n

Polhill, Miss F. G., 362 n

Police, county and borough, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 242–6, 289

Pollard, Sir John, 121

Pollexfen, Nicholas, M.P., 213

Polton (Powlton), R. C, M.P., 77; Thos., 149 n

Pont l'Arche, Wm. de, sheriff, 5

Pontoise, John of, bp. of Winchester, 67

Poole, Sir Hen., M.P., 124, 126–7, 128, 130, 131; Sir Neville, sheriff, 82, 131, 133, 138, 144, 146; fam., 122, 123, 136, 161 n

Poole (Dors.), 151 n

Poole Keynes (Glos.), 1, 52, 273

Poore, —, 322

Pope, the, 8

Popham, Alexander, 151 n, 152, 153, 154; Edw., 201; Sir Francis, 82, 122, 136, 158; Sir John, L.C.J., 83–84, 88; John, deputy lieut., 82; fam., 122 n, 136, 195 n, 227

Porter, John, coroner, 26

Porton, in Idmiston, 190

Portsmouth (Hants), 140 n, 154, 163 n, 330, 355

Portugal, 196, 199, 227

Potterne, Jas. of, sheriff, 7, 9

Potterne, 45, 253, 290, 350

Potterne and Cannings hund., 3, 52, 99, 100; constable (high), 234 n

Potterne and Cannings, 'liberty' of, 24 n

Potts, Wm., 304

Poulshot, Adam of, coroner, 26, 28

Poulton (Glos.), 1, 258

Powlton, see Polton

Pownall, Dr. Jas., 331

Poynant, Rob., 65; Steph., 65

Poynder, Sir J. Dickson, M.P., 314 n, 315

Poyntz, Sir Nicholas, M.P., 120

Préaux (Praers), de, Hen., M.P., 75; Ingram, 75

Preshute, 357, 364; and see Clatford

Prestbury (Glos.), 128

Prideaux, Miss, 344

Pride's Purge, 146

Prisons, 184–9, 238–42; and see Gaol deliveries.

Probyn, John, 226

Protectorate, 150

Pugh fam., 354

Puleston, —, M.P., 115

Pullinger, Wm., 280, 348

Purton, Adam of, 49, 51

Purton, 202 n, 291, 332; and see Buryhill

Putney (London), 117

Pye, Sir Rob., 121

Pym, John, M.P., 120, 130, 131

Pypard, Ric, coroner, 15; Rog., coroner, 15

Pythouse, in West Tisbury, 137, 144, 196, 204, 243, 254, 296, 297

Q.

Quakers, 199

Quarter Sessions, court of, 171–3, 176, 177–82, 232–4, 263

Quemerford, in Calne, 169, 210, 227, 326

Quidhampton, in Wroughton,75, 140

R.

Racine, Jean, 363

Radnor, earls of, 220; and see Bouverie

Rae, surgeon, 344

Ragman Quest, 13

Raleigh (Ralegh), Wm. de, 19; fam., 118, 122, 157, 169, 211

Ralph, s. of Nicholas, 57

Rammell, Thos. W., 325

Ramsbury, 78, 220, 260 n, 302 n, 360; man., 45; police, 243; R.D., 282, 295; sch., 349, 350

Ramsbury hund., 44, 49, 50, 51; constable (high), 234 n

Ramsey (Hunts.), abbey of, 55, 63

Randolf, Wm., bailiff of Sar., 63

Ravenhill, John, chairman, qu. sess., 254, 293

Read, Clare, 313 n

Reading (Berks.), 1, 103; abbey, 53; univ., 364

Recruiters, 145, 146

Reform Act (1832), 1

Reformation, the, 80

Revell, Thos., 96

Reynolds, Rob., 153

Richard I, king, 6, 46, 50, 56, 57, 70

Richard II, king, 30, 79

Richard the clerk, sheriff, 6

Richard, Serjeant, 9

Richard, sheriff's clerk (1194), 9

Richard, sheriff's clerk (1257), 14

Richards, Hannah, 243

Richardson, H. B., 316

Richmond (Surr.), 153 n, 360

Ridge, in Chilmark, 10

Ringwood, John, 31

Rivaux, Pet. des, 7

Rivers, Marcellus, 149 n; Margery de, 49, 51; fam., 50

Rivers, baron, see Pitt-Rivers

Rives, see Ryves

Roberts (Robarts), Abraham, 227; W. P., 304

Robertson, A. G., canon of Sar., 358; Dora, 366

Robinson, John, 197, 209, 210, 212, 215, 219, 223, 225, 226, 227

Roche fam., 32

Roches, John de, 23; Pet. des, bp. of Winchester, 56

Rochester, earl of, see Hyde, Lawr.

Rockley, in Ogbourne St. Andrew, 13

Rodbourne Cheney, 216, 223, 273; and see Moredon

Roebuck, John Arthur, 305 n, 306 n

Roger, bp. of Sar., 45, 46

Rogers, F. E. N., M.P., 314 n, 315; Hugh, M.P., 146 n; Thorold, 303

Rolles, judge, 148

Rolleston, Nicholas de, coroner, 27

Rolt, Revd. J., 176 n

Romsey (Hants), 254, 294; abbey and abbess of, 28, 46, 51, 54, 55, 56, 62, 66, 67

Rose, —, 349

Rosse Borough (Herefs.), 362 n

Rosse Foreign (Herefs.), 362 n

Round, J. H., 63

Roundway, 320, 333

Roundway Down, 141

Rous, Sir John, 217

Rowborough hund., 3, 9, 23, 27, 28, 50, 51, 52

Rowborough, King's, hund., 3, 23 n

Rowde, 5, 23

Rowden, 43

Rudder, Sam., 2

Rudloe, in Ditteridge, 202 n

Rudyard, Sir Ben., M.P., 117, 146

Rugby Football Union, 365

Rugby sch., 361, 365

Rump Parliament, 146–7, 153, 154, 156

Rushall, 53

Rushout, Sir John, 218

Russell, Sir John, 359; Ralph, sheriff, 11, 12, 13 n; Rob., sheriff, 27, 28; Rob. (? as above), 30

Rye House Plot, 164

Ryves (Rives), John, M.P., 118; fam., 122

S.

Sacheverell, Hen., 213

Sackville, Thos., 1st baron of Buckhurst, 88

Sadler, Sir Thos., justice, 86; Thos., cavalry officer, 140

St. Ives (Hunts.), 204

St. John, Fred., 2nd vct. Bolingbroke, 227; Nicholas, M.P., 114, 129; Sir Wal., M.P., 152, 155, 160, 163, 164, 198; fam., 122, 169, 195, 196, 223, 226, 227

St. Olivier, Hen., J.P., 233 n

St. Omer, Thos. de, M.P., 75

St. Quentin, Herbert, 68; John, 68

Salesbury, Sir John, sheriff, 20

Salisbury, Frank O., 266

Salisbury, Edw. of, sheriff, 5, 47; Maud of, 47; Patrick of, sheriff, 6, 8, 47; Thos. of, 8; Wal. of, sheriff, 5; Wm. of (bro. of Patrick), sheriff, 5, 6; Wm. of (d. 1196), 6, 7, 34, 63

Salisbury (New), 6, 9, 10, 18, 20, 27, 28, 34, 36, 37, 43, 53, 60–61, 63, 84, 85, 100, 146, 167, 168, 196, 202–3, 206, 207, 208, 242, 306; 'Angel' inn, 200; assizes, 38, 42, 105,149,166, 297; 'Blue Boar' inn, 200; Bp. Wordsworth's sch., 366–7; bridges, 192; Chartism, 304, 305; cholera, 324; Civil War, 139 n, 140, 141, 142, 143, 148, 149; Close, 157; coroner, 24; council (town), 257; Co. Co., 264, 266; courts, 170, 198, 233 n; Diocesan Training coll., 363–4; 'division', 87, 99–100, 177, 186; educ, 280, 289, 307 n, 352, 353, 355; fire service, 290; Fonthill Lodge, 322; gaol, 10, 14, 21, 23, 38, 40, 41; Godolphin sch. 362– 3; 'Half-Moon' inn, 199; health (public), 257, 279, 286, 290, 336, 339; highways, 250, 251, 260 n, 275, 286; hosps., 277, 279, 283, 318, 323, 335, 338, 339, 340–2, 344, 345, 346; Hyde ho., 147 n; lunatic asylum, 329, 332; mayor, 26, 43, 113; midwives, 335; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 111, 112, 113–14, 115, 117, 121, 126, 128, 130, 132, 135, 136, 138, 145, 150, 151, 152, 155, 156, 157, 159, 163, 164 n, 165, 167, 196, 197, 204, 205, 209 n, 212, 219, 220–2, 224, 229 n, 230, 299, 301, 307, 309–10, 312, 313, 314; pest-ho., 320; plague, 171, 172, 189, 319–20, 321; planning area, 290; police, 245–6, 264, 289; poor law union, 294 n; poor relief, 253, 254, 283, 291; pop., 282, 295, 304 n; postmaster, 103; qu. sess., 35, 88, 133, 177, 178, 181, 232, 233, 265, 293; R.D., 273, 282, 295; rates, 271 n; recorder, 113; riot, 297; St. Edmund's, 35; St. Thomas's, 22, 349; san., 258, 325– 6; schs., 349, 350, 362–3, 366–7; sewage disposal, 327; smallpox, 321, 322, 323; water-supply, 328; 'White Hart' inn, 204; workho., 253, 291; and see Bugmore, Boscombe ho., Fisherton Anger

Salisbury, bp. of, 3, 14, 24, 28, 33, 45, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60–61, 62, 63, 71, 76, 79, 85, 89, 94, 126, 132, 319, 340, 365; and see Burnet, Campeggio, Denison, Ghent, Hamilton, Jewel, Moberly, Mortival, Osmund, Roger, Woodville, Wordsworth

Salisbury cath., 269, 306 n; cath. sch., 357–8; chancellor, 89, 101; D. and C., 60, 362, 366, 367

Salisbury, ctss. of, see Ela

Salisbury, earls of, 8, 9, 47, 52, 53, 63, 76; and see Cecil, Montagu

Salisbury, see of, 2, 61, 363

Salisbury, Old (Old Sarum), 9, 13, 18, 20, 29 n; assizes, 37, 38; cast., 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 210; gaol, 19, 21, 22, 38, 39, 40, 41; leper hosp., 318; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 74, 76, 77, 78, 112, 115, 116, 117, 121, 126, 128, 130 n, 135, 137, 145, 156, 157, 158 n, 163 n, 165, 196, 197, 199, 209, 210, 229, 299, 300, 301

Salisbury hund., 203

Salisbury Journal, 177, 180, 308, 322, 362

Salisbury Plain, 13, 276

Salisbury Times, 308

Salisbury and Winchester Journal, 308

Salmon, Wm. (I), 175; Wm. (II), 175; Wm. Wroughton, 175; fam., 175

Salmon fishing, 43

Salters' Hall, 151 n

'Saltpetre-men', 133

Samborne, Nicholas, 29 n

Sambrooke, Sam., 213 n

Sanderson, Dr., 324, 325

Sandford (Sanford), Hugh, M.P., 117, 119; Thos. de, 5

Sandys, Sir Edwin, M.P., 118, 121

Sanford, see Sandford

Sansbury, county clerk, 198

Sarum, Old, see Salisbury, Old

Sauery, Rob., 69

Savernake, 115, 212, 338, 346

Savernake, North, 254

Savernake, South, 254; and see Brimslade

Savernake forest, 19, 359

Savile, Sir Wm., M.P., 137, 144 n

Sawyer, John, 21 n

'Saylbergh', 36 n

School health, 336–40

Schools, see education

Schools Inquiry Commission (1868), 361, 365

'Scipe' hund., 3, 49

Scotland, 134

Scott, Jas., duke of Monmouth (d. 1685), 164, 165, 168; John, M.P., 113

Scotton, Edw., 152, 153 n

Scrope (Scroope), Mrs. Poulett, 352; — (fl. 1688), 167; — (fl. 1831), 300 n

Scudamore, Godfrey de, sheriff, 11; Pet. de, 31

Scures, John de, 24

Sebastopol, 269

Sedgemoor (Som.), 165

Selden, John, 121, 132, 136

Seliman, Rob., 29

Selkley hund., 5, 50, 51, 57; constable (high), 234 n

Selwood forest, 20, 132, 142

Selwyn, Chas., M.P., 217; Geo., M.P., 217; John, 217

Semington, 283, 291, 332, 346

Semley, 23 n

Sempringham (Lines.), abbot of, 71

Senior, Nassau, 255

Serjeanties, 50, 70

Seymour, Chas., 6th duke of Somerset, 155 n, 159, 166, 167 n, 169, 212, 213; David, M.P., 115; Edw., 1st duke of Somerset, 81, 91, 95, 115, 117, 119, 120, 124, 127, 128, 129, 131, 364; Edw., earl of Hertford (d. 1621), 80, 81, 84, 85, 86, 89, 114, 115–16, 126–7, 129, 130; Edw., Ld. Beauchamp, 127; Sir Edw. (fl. 1742), 220 n; Eliz., 212; Francis, Ld. Seymour of Trowbridge, 82, 89, 116, 124, 130, 131, 133, 134, 135 n, 138, 139, 144; Hen., 148; Sir John, 115; John, M.P. (Bedwyn), 115; John, M.P. (Wootton Bassett), 115; John, 4th duke of Somerset, 159 n; Ric., 133; Thos. (fl. 1354), 37; Sir Thos. (fl. 1545), 115, 116; Wm., marquess of Hertford, 2nd duke of Somerset, 109, 116, 127, 131, 134, 137–8, 139, 140, 141, 144, 148, 149, 159; Wm., 3rd duke of Somerset, 212; Ld. Wm., 176, 186, 189; fam., 32, 53, 114, 115, 116, 121, 127, 128–30, 133, 135, 138, 145, 155, 159, 213, 214, 359, 364

Seymour-Conway, Rob., M.P., 227

Shaftesbury (Dors.), 103, 142, 260; abbess and abbey of, 46, 51, 54, 55, 56, 69

Shaftesbury, earls of, see Cooper

Shaftoe, Rob., M.P., 212

Shakespeare, Wm., 363

Shalbourne, 1, 273

Shareshull, Wm. de, 33 n, 36, 37, 42

Sharncote (Glos.), 273

Sharrington, Sir Wm., M.P., 115, 116

Shaw-in-Alton, 75

Sheepbridge (Berks.), 1, 2, 38

Shelburne, earl of, see Petty

Sherborne (Dors.), 139, 148

Sherbrooke, vct., see Lowe

Sherfield, Hen., recorder of Sar., 132

Sheriff, 2, 5–14, 16, 17, 20–24, 31, 49, 57, 58, 60, 63, 66, 67, 72, 74, 81, 105–6, 134 n, 173

Sherwyn, Ric, M.P., 158

Shinfield (Berks.), 234 n

Ship-money, 133–4

Shipton Bellenger (Hants), 283

Shirley, Wal., M.P., 77, 78

Shottesbrook, Hen. de, undersheriff, 13

Shrewton, 63, 233 n, 249 n

Shropshire, Id. lieut. of, 81

Siddington (Glos.), 77

Sidmouth, vct., see Addington

Sidney, Sir Rob., M.P., 117

Silton (Dors.), 254 n, 260

Sireman, Rob., coroner, 24

Skilling (Skylling), Hen., 216, 217; John, 34; Mic., 39

Skinner, Dr. John, 357

Skipwith, Sir Thos., 218

Skylling, see Skilling

Slade, Sir F., 307

Sloper, Wm., 214

Smallpox, 321–4

Smart, John, 23

Smith (Smyth, Smythe), Chas., surgeon, 254 n; John, 214; Joshua, M.P., 229; Phil., M.P., 137, 153 n; Sam., physician, 320; Sir Thos., M.P., 115, 121; Thos. (of Melksham), 200; Thos., organist, 357; Thos. Chaloner, chairman, qu. sess., 293, 294; Prof. W. R., 278; Sir Wal., M.P., 135 n, 140, 144 n; Dr. — (1770), 323; Dr. — (1816), 341

Snell. Nicholas, M.P., 116

Snigse, Sir Geo., M.P., 120

Somerford, 191

Somerford, Great (Magna), 47, 250, 351

Somerford Keynes (Glos.), 1, 273

Somerset, Hen., 1st duke of Beaufort, 157 n, 165; Hen., 2nd duke of Beaufort, 220; Hen. Chas. Fitzroy, 8th duke of Beaufort, 232

Somerset, 1, 5, 11, 12, 19, 30, 37, 38, 39, 41, 42, 52, 62, 71, 76, 79, 85, 86, 98 n, 99, 109, 111, 114, 120, 136, 139, 141, 144 n, 149, 150, 158 n, 165, 166, 184 n, 196, 233, 254, 273, 276, 278, 283, 302, 338; clerk of the peace, 174; 1d. lieut., 81, 82, 84, 137, 167 n, 265

Somerset, duke of, see Seymour; Sarah, dchss. of, 359

Sonning (Berks.) hund., 1

Sotheron, T. H., M.P., 306 n

Sotwell fam., 122

Southampton (Hants), 79, 126

Southbroom, in Devizes, 227, 318, 354, 355

Southey, Rob., 300

Southwick, 260 n, 283

Spelman, Sir Hen., 2

Spencer, Edw., 322; Geo., 4th duke of Marlborough, 209; John, 140; Jos. Frowd, 331; Ric, coroner, 26

Spigurnel, Hen., 41–42

Spye Park, in Bromham, 210, 227–8

Stafford, Sir Edw., M.P., 121; Sir Humph., 66; John, abp. of Canterbury, 33; Wm., 32

Staffordshire, 196

Standen, North (in Chute), 52, 70, 202 n

Standlynch, 222, 228; and see Charlton

Stane, Pet. de la, 31

Stanford hund., 44, 45

Stanhope, Edw., M.P., 116; R., M.P., 301 n

Stanley, E. J., M.P., 301 n

Stanley, abbot of, 20

Stanton (St. Quintin), 20, 68

Staple hund., 3, 49, 51, 52, 57, 58, 208, 222; constable (high), 234 n

Stapleford, 28

Startley hund., 3, 9, 44, 46, 49. 51, 69, 70; court, 63, 68

Staverton, 175

Stephen, king, 3, 6, 46, 49

Stephenson, H. P., M.P., 301 n; Miss K. J., 279, 333

Sterne, Capt. Rob., chief constable, 245 n, 269

Stert, 53

Stevens, Wm., M.P., 151, 155

Steward, E., canon of Sar., 364

Stewards of liberties, 62–63, 66, 70

Stiles, Ben. Haskins, M.P., 227

Stirchley, Wal. de, sheriff, 13

Stockbridge (Hants), 254, 260, 294

Stockton, 66

Stone, John, 23; Wm., M.P., 155, 156 n; Revd. Wm., 359

Stonehenge, 150, 350

Stonehouse, Francis, M.P., 213

Story, John, M.P., 117, 118, 119; —. 127

Story-Maskelyne, M. H. N., M.P., 313, 314

Stouford, John de, 33 n, 36

Stourton, Chas., 8th Ld. Stourton, 114, 116, 127; John (fl. 1447), 22; John, 9th Ld. Stourton, 91, 127–8; Rog., coroner, 26, 27; Wm. (fl. 1420), 34 n; Wm., 11th Ld. Stourton, 134, 139; fam., 32, 53, 114

Stourton, 1, 27, 53, 143, 254 n, 273; and see Gasper

Stoyll, Sir John, 83

Straddle (Golden Valley, Herefs.), honor of, 50

Strafford, earl of, see Wentworth

Stratford-sub-Castle, 27, 28 n, 45, 56, 210

Stratton, Adam of, 59, 66, 75

Stratton, Over or Upper, in Stratton St. Margaret, 75, 355

Stratton St. Margaret, 202 n, 283, 345

Strode fam., 86

Strong, schoolmaster of Pewsey, 350

Strug, John, 67

Stuart, Arabella, 116

Stuckey, R. G., 230

Studfold hund., 3, 13, 23, 27, 28, 51

Studley, in Calne, 28, 210

Studley (Oxon.), prioress of, 57

Stumpe, Sir Jas., M.P., 113; John, M.P., 113; Wm., M.P., 112, 113

Sturgion, John, M.P., 117

Sturmy, Hen., sheriff, 12, 20; John, M.P., 77, 78; Sir Wm., sheriff, 30, 77; fam., 32, 78

Styleman fam., 40

Sudeley (Glos.), 120

Suffolk, 225 n, 302 n

Suffolk, duke of, see Grey; earl of, see Howard

Suffolk and Berkshire, earls of, see Howard

Surrey, 62, 71, 111

Sussex, 15 n, 111, 192, 297

Suthington, Thos. of, 58

Sutton, Jas., M.P., 186, 189, 228; —, 322–3; fam., 229

Sutton Veny, 53

Swaddon, Wm., M.P., 113, 114 n

Swallowcliffe, 48

Swallowfield (Berks.), 258

Swanborough hund., 3, 13, 20 n, 23, 27, 28, 36 n, 51, 99, 100; constable (high), 234 n

Swansea (Glam.), 246

Swanton, Wm., 175

Swayne, Hen. Jas. Fowle, chairman, qu. sess., 293, 294; John, clerk of the peace, 234; —, canon of Sar., 358

Swift, John, mayor of Sar., 26 n; —, 216 n

Swindon, 48, 100, 195, 200, 201, 202 n, 266, 268, 275, 345; Chartism, 305; Co. Co., 264, 266; court, 233 n; educ, 280, 289, 307 n, 348, 355–6; fire service, 290; health (public), 257, 278, 279, 286, 290, 336, 347; highways, 249, 251, 260 n, 286; hosps., 335, 337, 338, 339, 343–4, 345, 346; lunacy, 332; maternity home, 334, 335; newspapers, 308; nurses' training home, 333; Old town, 274, 275; Parl. rep., 296, 310 n, 312, 315, 316; planning area, 290; police, 245; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254, 255, 283, 291; pop., 282, 295, 304 n; rates, 271 n; san., 258, 326; schs., 351, 352, 353; sewage disposal, 327; vacc, 324; water-supply, 326, 328; workho., 291

Swindon Advertiser, 308

Sydenham, Sir Geo., 82

Sydney, vct., see Townshend

Sylvester, coroner, 237

T.

Talbot, Sir Gil., 167; Hen., 23 n; Sir John, 164 n, 165; John Ivory, M.P., 197, 200, 201; fam., 195 n, 225 n

Tangye, Dr. C. E., 279, 338

Taunton (Som.), 119

Tavistock (Devon), 131

Taylor, Mrs. Emily P., 280; Geo. Watson, M.P., 229; Sir John, 229 n

Teffont Evias (Ewias), 48, 53, 69

Teffont Magna, 69

Teffont, Over or Upper, 48, 69

Tennant, C. P., M.P., 314 n

Testwood, Pet., coroner, 26, 27, 28

Tetbury (Glos.), 254, 274, 283, 294

Tewkesbury (Glos.), 151 n

Thackeray, Wm. Makepeace, 216

Thames, riv., 269, 276

Thames Conservancy Board, 292, 327

Thistleden, Hen. de, 75

Thistlethwaite, Alexander, M.P., 151, 152, 153, 156; Alexander (jr.), M.P., 144, 145 n

Thomas, sheriff's clerk, 9

Thomas, Dr. David, M.P., 156

Thorngrove hund., 3, 49, 51, 52

Thornhill, Thos., 133

Thornhill hund., 3

Thorpe (Thorp), John, innkeeper, 149 n; John, gaoler, 184; Mary, gaoler, 184; Rob., gaoler, 184

Throgmorton, John, 128; Sir Nicholas, 128

Thurloe, John, 151 n, 158

Thurnam, Dr. John, 247

Thynne, Hen., 87, 143 n; Sir Jas., sheriff, 138, 139, 144, 152 n, 153 n, 154 n, 155 n, 157 n; Sir John, sheriff, 89, 102 n, 114 n, 115, 124, 125, 129; John, M.P., 125; John Alexander, 4th marquess of Bath, 232, 265, 293; Sir Thos., sheriff, 84–85, 125, 130 n, 131 n; Thos., M.P., 163–4, 165; Thos., vct. Weymouth, 164, 168, 191, 361; Thos. Hen., 5th marquess of Bath, chairman, Co. Co., 265–6; Wm., 153 n, 154 n; fam., 89, 118, 121, 122, 123, 124, 136, 155, 161, 163

Tidcombe, Mic, 136

Tidworth, North, 1, 258

Tidworth, South (Hants), 1, 283

Tidworth Down, 355

Tierney, Geo., 227

Till, riv., 27

Tilshead, Ric. of, 64

Tilshead, 53, 357

Tinhead, Wm. de, sheriff, 10

Tinney, J. P., 204, 222 n

Tiny, Thos., 67

Tisbury, 42, 143 n; highways, 287 n; hosps., 335, 345, 346; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254, 255, 256; R.D., 282, 295; rates, 271 n; san., 258 n, 260 n; vacc, 324 n; workho., 283

Tisbury, West, see Hatch, West

Tithingman, 104–5, 106, 107

Titus, Silius, 158 n

Tockenham, West, 143

Tocote, Sir Rog., sheriff, 20

Tollard Royal, 1, 269

Tomson, Lawr., M.P., 118

Tooker, Edw., M.P., 151, 155, 156; Geo., 167

Toop, Francis, 143 n

Topcliffe, —, M.P., 117

Toppe, Edw., 144

Torbay, 168

Tottenham (London), 366

Tottenham park, in Great Bedwyn, 199, 212

Townshend, Thos., 1st vct. Sydney, 217

Toyd Farm-with-Allenford (Hants), 1, 273

Tracy, Sir Thos., M.P., 130 n

Trafalgar, battle of, 357

Trailbaston, 40–43

Treby, G., 163 n

Tregoz(e), Rob. de, sheriff, 6, 8, 50; fam., 8, 53

Trenchard, Wm, M.P., 156, 160, 163, 164 168

Trent, riv., 16, 29

Trevor, Sir John, 158 n

Trollope, Ant., 364 n

Trowbridge, 20, 27, 35, 62, 70, 85, 91, 100, 112, 165, 175 n, 176, 203, 206, 207, 237 n, 278, 358; Adcroft sch. of Building, 353; boundaries, 274; burgage, 72; Chartism, 304, 305; Council (town), 257; Co. Co., 266, 275; courts, 170, 233 n; educ, 280, 307 n; health (public), 257, 279, 286, 324, 338, 339; highways, 250, 251, 260 n, 276; hosps., 277, 335, 337, 338, 343, 345, 346; lunacy, 332; man., 47, 52; midwives, 335; pest-ho., 320; planning area, 290; police, 243; poor relief, 254, 283, 291; pop., 282, 304 n; qu. sess., 88, 177; rates, 190, 271 n; san., 258; schs., 265, 348, 349, 351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 367– 8; sewage disposal, 327; U.D., 275, 295; water-supply, 327–8; Wilts. County textile sch., 367–8

Trowbridge, honor of, 47, 50, 64, 66

Trowbridge Chronicle, 308

Trowbridge and North Wilts. Advertiser, 308

Tubb-Thomas, Dr. J., 278, 279, 338

Tuchet, Geo., 11th baron Audley, later 1st earl of Castlehaven, 91; Jas., 3rd earl of Castlehaven, 143 n; John Talbot, 8th earl of Castlehaven, 201

Tucker, Wm., 304

Tucket, Sir John, 30

Turkey, 321

Turner, Sir Edw., M.P., 213 n; G. C, 365, 366 n; Wm., M.P., 115

Turnham, Steph. de, sheriff, 6

Turri, Nicholas de, 19

Tutt fam., 122

Tytherington, in Heytesbury, 53

Tytherley, West (Hants), 1

Tytherton, in Chippenham, 48

U.

Uffenham, John, 29 n, 35

Underditch hund., 28 n, 50, 51, 203 n; constable (high), 234 n

Upavon, 52, 70

Upham, Rob., M.P., 78

Upham, in Aldbourne, 202 n

Upton, John de, sheriff's clerk, 13– 14; John, M.P., 77

Upton Lovell, 53

Upton Scudamore, 48, 53, 283

Urchfont, 27, 69, 96, 253, 266; Manor coll., 353, 368

Uvedale, Hen., 22

V.

Vagrancy, 183, 234, 235, 244

Vanderplank, Israel, 185

Vane, Sir Hen., 146, 153

Vaughan, Sir Geo., 134, 139, 140, 143; Sir Wal., 82, 125; fam., 122

Veale, Col. Thos., 154 n

Venner, Thos., 154

Verney, Ralph, 2nd earl Verney, 214

Vernon, John de, sheriff, 10, 11, 14, 15

Victoria, queen, 343

Vieuxpont, Rob. de, sheriff, 7

Villiers, Geo., 1st earl of Buckingham, 130, 132; Geo., 2nd earl of Coventry, 88; John Chas., 3rd earl of Clarendon (d. 1839), 227, 300; Thos., 1st earl of Clarendon (d. 1786), 227

Vincent, Hen., 304

Voysey, Mrs., 350

W.

Wagstaff, Sir Jos., 148, 149

Wainbro', 255

Wake, Revd. C, 176 n; Hugh, M.P., 75

Walerand (Waleran, Walrond), Adam, sheriff, 75; John, coroner, 27; Rob., 11, 12; Wal. (fl. 1200), 50; Wal. (fl. 1260), 64

Wales, 76, 81, 82, 100, 139

Wall, C. B., M.P., 307

Waller, Sir Wm., 141, 142, 144

Wallingford (Berks.), 48

Wallingford, honor of, 48, 64, 71

Wallis, F. R., 337

Walpole, Sir Rob., 197, 217, 218

Walrond, see Walerand

Walshe, John, M.P., 115

Walsingham, Sir Francis, 118

Wanklin, Col. Thos., M.P., 162

Wansey, Major Hen., 148 n

War, Rog. le, 29 n

War Dept., 276

Warburton, Revd. W., 352

Wardour cast., 53, 141, 143

Warenne, Reynold de, 17; fam., 52

Warin, sheriff, 5

Warminster, Geof. of, coroner, 28

Warminster, 8, 20, 28, 49, 53, 100, 112, 134, 165, 299, 319, 360; ch., 107; Chartism, 305; Civil War, 154; courts, 163 n, 170, 233 n; division, 87; educ, 307 n; health (public), 257, 286, 324; highways, 251, 260 n, 275, 276; hosps., 277, 335, 343, 345, 346; Lord Weymouth's grammar sch., 361–2; man., 69; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254, 255, 256, 283, 291; qu. sess., 35, 88, 91, 99, 177, 232, 233, 265, 293; R.D., 282, 295; rates, 190, 271 n; san., 258; schs., 349, 351, 353, 355, 361–2, 367; sewage disposal, 327; textile sch., 367; U.D., 295; vacc, 324 n; water-supply, 328; workho., 283, 291

Warminster hund., 20 n, 28 n, 49, 51, 57, 67, 69, 203; constable (high), 234 n

Warwick, Arthur, 357

Warwick, earl of, see Plessis

Warwickshire, 75, 90, 109, 155 n, 174

Wastfylde, Edw., M.P., 122 n; fam., 122 n

Water-supply, 327–8

Waynflete, Wm., bp. of Winchester, 33

Webb, Beatrice, 177, 179, 249, 258; Borlace, M.P., 217; Edmund, M.P., 216, 223 n; Jas., 360; John Richmond, M.P., 196, 216, 217; Nat., 349; Sidney, 177, 179, 249, 258; Thos., 216; —, M.P. (Calne), 157 n; fam., 113, 114, 216, 223

Weights and measures, justices of, 43

Weights and Measures, Statute of, 37

Wellesley, Arthur, 1st duke of Wellington, 204, 206; Ric, 2nd earl of Mornington, 204; Wm. PoleTylney-Long-, 196 n, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208

Wellow, West (Hants), 1, 27, 53, 273

Wells, H. G., 359

Wells (Som.), 84, 166

Welustyde, Ric, 21 n

Wentworth, Thos., 1st earl of Strafford, 137, 138

Weobley (Herefs.), 362 n

Wessington, in Calne, 361

West fam., 114

West Wilts. Post, 315 n

Westbury, John, 34; Wm., 34

Westbury, 20, 35, 100, 123, 165, 304; boundaries, 274; Chartism, 304, 305; courts, 170, 233 n; division, 88; highways, 250, 260 n; hosp., 343, 344–5, 346; Parl. rep., 73, 78, 112, 121, 122 n, 126, 128, 130 n, 144 n, 157, 158, 163, 209 n, 215–16, 229, 230, 261 n, 299, 300, 301, 309, 310, 312, 313, 314, 315, 316; plague, 319, 321; planning area, 290; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254, 255; R.D., 282, 295; rates, 190; san., 258 n; schs., 348, 351, 353, 355, 367; sewage disposal, 327; textile sch., 367; U.D., 275, 295; vacc, 324 n; water-supply, 328; workho., 283; and see Chapmanslade

Westbury hund., 9, 20 n, 28 n, 49, 51, 57, 67, 203; constable (high), 234 n

Westbury Priors, 53, 62

Western Circuit, 39

Westminster, 11, 19, 59, 61, 302; abbey of St. Peter, 53, 62, 362

Westminster, Statute of (1285), 37, 43

Westmorland, 302 n

Weston, —, judge, 88

Westwood, 27

Wexcombe, in Grafton, 22, 48

Weymouth, vct., see Thynne

Whaddon, in Melksham hund., 123, 131

Wharton, Goodwyn, 218 n; Thos., 1st marquess of Wharton, 198 218

Wheeler (Wheler), Adam, 166 n; Wm., M.P., 144; —, M.P. (Bedwyn), 115 116

Whitaker, Hen., M.P., 122 n; fam., 122 n

White, John, bp. of Winchester, 118; Wal., 198; fam., 227

Whiteparish, 297; and see Brickworth

Whitgift, John, abp. of Canterbury, 118

Whithorne (Wythorne), John, coroner, 26, 78

Whitsbury (Hants), 1, 53, 273

Whittokesmead, John, 32, 34, 78

Whorwellsdown, 250, 254, 258 n, 294, 295

Whorwellsdown hund., 20 n, 28 n, 44, 46, 49, 51, 57, 67, 203, 321; constable (high), 234 n; court, 55, 66

Whyteclyve, Wm. de, coroner, 27, 28

Wichehampton, Thos. of, 58

Wick, in Bishop's Cannings, 320

Wick, in Downton, 60

Wickingham, Wm. de, 32 n

Wicks, Mic, M.P., 218

Widhill, in Cricklade, 48

Wight, Isle of, 83

Wightman, —, M.P. (Wilton), 116

Wigmore (Herefs.), 69

Wilbury ho., in Newton Tony, 214

Wild, Geo., 326

Wildman, John, 148, 152 n, 169, 226; John (jr.), 226

Wilkes (Wilks), Thos., M.P., n8, 126; —, 322

Wilkins, Edmund, 219

Wilkinson, Revd. F. H., 354; Revd. Mat., 364, 365

Willett, Rob., 329

William I, king, 45, 47, 48

William II, king, 48

William III, king, 168–9, 197, 198, 211

Williams, Alfred, 316–17; John, 95

Willis, Edw., 149 n; John, 187; Sir Wm., M.P., 213 n

Willoughby, Geo., 148 n; fam., 32, 122, 161 n

Willy, Geo., 228; John, M.P., 78; Wm., M.P., 228; fam., 229

Wilmot, Hen., 1st earl of Rochester, 141

Wilsford, 260 n

Wilson, Rowland, M.P., 145, 146 n

Wilton (or Wiltshire), Ric. of, see Wiltshire

Wilton, 9, 13, 18, 19, 28 n, 29 n, 35, 42, 124, 126, 128, 150, 166, 200, 202, 208, 307, 319; assizes, 37, 38; burgesses, 14, 72; charter, 54; Civil War, 141; coroner, 24; Council (town), 263; courts, 152, 153 n, 155, 163 n, 170, 198; gaol, 38; health (public), 257, 324; highways, 260 n, 286, 287 n; lunacy, 332; man. ho., 143, 159, 168; Parl. rep., 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 112, 116, 117, 121, 128, 130 n, 135, 157, 159, 163, 164 n, 196, 201, 209–10, 215, 217, 229 n, 299, 300, 301, 309, 310, 312, 313, 314; plague, 320; police, 245; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 255; pop., 295; qu. sess., 35; R.D., 273, 282, 295; riot, 297; san., 258; schs., 348, 350, 351, 355; sewage disposal, 327; smallpox, 322; vacc, 324 n; water-supply, 328

Wilton, abbey and abbess of, 24, 45, 51, 55, 56, 57, 70; and see Emma

Wilton, in Grafton, 22

Wiltshire (or Wilton), Ric. of, 6

Wiltshire, administrative divisions, 87–88; families in, 122–3, 124, 125, 160–2; Parl. rep., 74, 75, 77, 78, 111, 115, 116, 120, 122, 123, 124–5, 131, 135, 145, 150, 151, 155, 159, 163, 168, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200–3, 204–8, 230, 298, 300, 301, 302, 303, 307, 309, 310, 312, 313 n

Wiltshire Chronicle, 308

Wiltshire Independent, 302, 308

Wiltshire Mirror, 308

Wiltshire Times, 308

Wilts. and Gloucestershire Standard, 308

Wimborne St. Giles (Dors.), 147 n

Winchcombe, John (I), 120; John (II), 113, 120; John (III), 113, 120

Winchester (Hants), 24, 79, 166, 242, 363; abbess of St. Mary's, 69; bp.'s steward, 60, 62; coll., 361; D. and C, 56; hunds., 54; liberties, 18 n; prior of St. Swithun's, 50, 51, 52, 57, 58, 66, 69; see of, 61, 127, 363

Winchester, bp. of, 3, 33, 45, 51, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59–6o, 62, 67, 71, 114, 117, 118, 121; and see Ælfwine, Beaufort, Bilson, Cooper, Courtenay, Fox, Gardiner, Home, Langton, Pontoise, Roches, Waynflete, White

Winchester, marquess of, see Paulet

Winchester Council, 60

Winchester, Statute of, 31

Winchilsea, earl of, see Finch

Windham, see Wyndham

Windebank, Thos., M.P., 135

Windover, John, 140

Wingfield, 28, 286

Wingham, Hen. of, escheator, 16

Winsley, 274, 279, 346,

Winterbourne Bassett, 21 n, 253

Winterbourne Monkton, 171 n

Winterbourne Parva, 47

Winterbourne Stoke, 249 n

Winterslow, 28, 234 n, 282

Wishford, Great, 145 n, 167, 183, 195, 197

Wither, Ant., 132, 133

Withy, A. E., 266

Wodefaude, Wm. de, M.P., 75

Wokingham (Berks.), 1, 2, 126, 258

Wolaventon, Hen. de, 37, 38 n

Wolf, John, 22, 62

Wolf Hall, in Grafton, 53, 77, 115, 124

Wolsey, Thos., Cardinal, 33, 117, 357 n

Wood, Sir Evelyn, 365 n

Woodford, see Heale ho.

Woodman, John, 214, 215

Woodville, Lionel, bp. of Sar., 33

Woodward, John, 158 n

Wootton Bassett, 100, 123, 177; highways, 287 n; hosp., 277, 327, 345; Parl. rep., 73, 78, 112, 115, 120, 121, 126, 128, 135, 145, 159, 163, 196–7, 209 n, 219 n, 220, 222, 226–7, 229, 299, 300, 301; plague, 320; poor law union, 294; poor relief, 254, 260; R.D., 295; san., 258 n; sch., 349

Worcester, Ric. of, sheriff, 12 n

Worcester, battle of, 148

Worcester, see of, 2

Worcestershire, 77; 1d. lieut. of, 81

Wordsworth, John, bp. of Sar., 358, 366, 367

'Worth(e) liberty', 72

Worthing (Suss.), 193

Wotton, Nicholas, M.P., 78

Wotton-under-Edge (Glos.), 1, 2

Wraxall, John of, coroner, 25

Wraxall, North, 249, 351

Wraxall, South, 123, 274, 307 n, 313

Wray, Sir Chris., 121

Wren, Chris., rector of East Knoyle, 133; Sir Chris., 361 n

Wrightson, Prof., 352

Wroth, John, 28 n

Wroughton, Geo., 167; Sir Thos., 87, 95; Wm. (fl. 1409), 30; Wm. (fl. 1642), 140 n; fam., 122

Wroughton, 273, 282, 286, 355; and see Elcombe, Quidhampton

Wroughton, Over, 50

Wylye, Nicholas of, 70

Wylye, 260 n

Wylye, riv., 27, 35, 47

Wyndham (Windham), Frances, 196; Hen., 196, 220 n, 322; Hen. Penruddock, M.P., 196, 197, 198, 204, 222; Col. John, M.P., 156, 157 n, 164 n, 166 n, 167; Hon. P. S., 265; Thos., baron Wyndham of Fynglass (d. 1745), 357 n; Wadham, M.P., 197, 205, 222; Wm. (fl. 1689), M.P., 156; Sir Wm., 196; Wm. (fl. 1818), M.P., 204; Wm. (fl. 1852), M.P., 307; fam., 195 n, 196, 197, 206, 222

Wynendael, battle of, 216

Wynne Willson, St. J. B., 366 n

Wythorne, see Whithorne

Y.

Yarmouth, earl of, see Paston

Yarnfield, in Maiden Bradley, 254 n

Yatesbury, Gil. of, sheriff's clerk, 23

Yelverton, Hen., 1st vct. Longueville, 225 n; —, M.P., 129

Yeovil (Som.), 149

York, 134, 138

York, Richard, duke of, 33 n

Yorke, Wm., M.P., 151, 167

Yorkshire, 111, 204, 211, 237 n

Young, G. M., 309; John, M.P., 115

Z.

Zeals, Ric. of, 11

Zouche fam., 122



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