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Note. Page numbers in bold-face are those of the chapter on the parish, hundred, or tithing. A page number in italic refers to a map or illustration on that or the facing page. A page number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page.

A.

A.M.A. Syndicate Ltd., 81

AT & T and Philips Telecommunications UK Ltd., 147

AT & T Telecommunications UK Ltd., 141

Abbey (civil par.), see Malmesbury

Abingdon, John of, rector of Crudwell, cardinal priest of ch. of St. Praxades, Rome, 62

Abingdon, earls of, see Bertie

acremen, 44, 124

Adamson:
-, Alice, see Westley
-, Benj., 179–80, 184
-, Rob., 180, 184

Adkin (later Knight-Adkin), H. K., rector of Crudwell, vicar of Hankerton, and his w. Georgina, 102

Adlam, Wal., curate of Foxley, vicar of Hullavington, 117

Adye (Ady):
-, Jonas, 207
-, fam., 191

Adye & Hinwood Ltd., 147

Aelfheah, ealdorman of Hampshire, 41

affrays, 34

agricultural machinery, see threshing machines

agricultural machinery manufacture and repair, 60, 147

agricultural practices (less common), see assarting; burnbaking; inhooks; intercommoning

agriculture, see under places, and see vineyards

aircraft storage, 215

airfields, see Crudwell; Hullavington: R.A.F. sta.; Kemble: R.A.F. sta.; Newnton, Long

Alderton, benefice, 12, 87

Aldhelm, St., abbot of Malmesbury, bp. of Sherborne, 137

Aldret (fl. 1066), 84

Aldune, Wm., 143

aletaster, 115

Alexander:
-, Eliz., m. John Smith (d. 1765), 199–200
-, Ric. (fl. 1699), 56
-, Ric. (fl. 1729, ? the same), 56
-, Wm. (d. 1724), 198–200
-, Wm. (fl. 1729), 56

Alfgar (fl. before 1066), 215

Alfred, King, 55, 137

Alfred (fl. 1086), 56

Alice, m. John Mautravers (d. 1200), 197

Allen, D., 91

allotments, 3, 46, 164, 218–20; and see gardens: allotment

almshouses, see Corsham; Dauntsey; Garsdon; Malmesbury: almshos., hosp. of St. John

Alnod (fl. 1066), 196, 198

Alsop, Sam., rector of Crudwell, 62

Alvan Blanch Development Co. Ltd., 60; and see Blanch, A. B., & Co. Ltd.

Alvis, R., 141

Alward (fl. 1066), 68, 207

Alwi (fl. 1066), 111

Alwi (fl. 1086, ? another), 196, 199

Alwin the priest, 196

ambulance station, see Malmesbury

America, North, 202

America, United States of, see Ohio; Philadelphia; United States Air Force

Amesbury, priory, 11, 70

amusements and pastimes, see bands, brass; cinema; 'myriorama'; recreation ground; revel, parish; skittles

Anabaptists, 158

Andover, Vct., see Howard, Thos.

Andrew son of John of Malmesbury, 143, 235

Angel, Martha, 82

Anglo-Saxon settlement and remains, 1, 3; and see Bremilham; Brokenborough; Westport: A.-S. rem. and ch., Saxon

animal feed manufacture, 92

animals, see animal feed manufacture; deer; Friesian cattle; greyhounds; Guernsey cattle; Herefordshire cattle; Holstein Friesian cattle; horses; hound; Jersey cattle; mole catcher; pet food wholesalers; rabbits; spaniel; steeplechases; stud farms; veterinary chemicals manufacture; warrens: rabbit warren

Anjou, Hen. of, see Henry II

Anketell, H. K., vicar of Seagry, 193

antinomianism, 23

antiques, storage and sale of, 146

apothecary, 155

appropriations of churches, 22, 92, 155, 172–4, 192,235,237

ApRice, John, vicar of Malmesbury, 156

Aquitaine (France), 122, 207

Arch, Rob., 159

Archard:
-, Adam, 141, 233
-, Nic, 141, 146

Archars, see Westport: man.

Archer, John, 186

archery, 47, 101, 115
-, failure to practise, 34

architects, artists, and designers, see Bentley; Bertodano, H. S. de; Blomfield; Brakspear; Brettingham; Bridges, J. B.; Brown, Ford Madox and Lancelot; Chesterton; Christian; Cockerell, C. R.; Coe & Goodwin; Eden; Godfrey; Goodridge; Hakewill; Harrison; Lamerie; Lutyens; Phipps, G. J.; Ponting, C. E.; Rayson; Rosetti; Shaw; Strong; Thomas, P. H.; Withers
-, and see sculptors (for cross references)

architecture, domestic, see under places, and see bungalows; church houses; cottages, estate; council houses

Arnold, Thos., rector of Great Somerford, 203

Arundel:
-, Eleanor, w. of John d', Ld. Arundel, see Mautravers
-, Eleanor, w. of John d', Ld. Mautravers, m. 2 Sir Ric. Poynings, 3 Wal. Hungerford, Ld. Hungerford (d. 1449), 197
-, John d', Ld. Arundel (d. 1379), 197
-, Johnd', Ld. Mautravers (d. 1421), 197

Arundel:
-, earldom, 197
-, earls of, see FitzAlan

Ashe:
-, Anne, dau. of Nat., 142
-, Anne, w. of Nat., m. 2 Thos. Petty, 142
-, Nat., 142

Ashley (Glos. from 1930), 5–7, 25, 51
-, benefice, 61, 102, 184
-, common pasture, 58
-, Culkerton, 51
-, curate, 157
-, rectory, 61

Ashman, G. F., 69

Ashton, Steeple, as address, 43

Ashton Keynes, ch., 56

Ashworth, Phil., 78

assarting, 60, 100

Assemblies of God Pentecostal ch., 159

Assheton, J. R., 178

assizes:
-, of ale, 6, 21, 47, 115, 184, 218
-, of bread, 6,21, 47, 184, 218
-, (county), see Wiltshire: assizes

Astley, Thos. of, rector of Little Somerford, 210

Athelstan, King, 131, 137, 150, 171, 207, 234

Atkinson, Wm., rector of Fisherton Anger, vicar of Lacock and of Sutton Benger, 227–8

Aubrey, John, 32, 96, 117, 136, 157,214, 217–18,232–3,238–9

auctioneering, 209

Audley:
-, Hugh de, earl of Gloucester, 215
-, Hugh, 140
-, Marg. de, m. Rob. de Stafford, earl of Stafford, 215

Audley End (in Saffron Walden, Essex), 2,41

authors, see Aubrey; Britton, John; Cole, Wm. (d. 1701); Dryden; Fry, Jos.; Hobbes, Thos. (d. 1679); Jackson; Knyvett, Sir Hen.; Leland; Malmesbury, Wm. of; Manley, F. H.; Moffatt; Noble; Osborn

Avon (Bristol), riv., 1, 15, 40, 65, 69, 75, 119, 127, 129, 154, 165, 169, 186, 194, 204,221
-, Sherston branch (Ingelbourne), 1, 9, 11, 25, 27,83, 127, 129, 132, 146, 169, 229, 231
-, Tetbury branch (Ingelbourne), 1, 25, 27, 127, 129, 132, 134, 229, 231, 239
-, tributaries, 37–8, 75, 80, 83, 89, 129, 186, 221, 223, 229

Awdry:
-, C. H., vicar of Seagry, 193
-, Jeremiah, 81

Ayliffe:
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1643), 19, 84
-, Geo. (d. 1713), 19, 84–5, 88, 141
-, Sir John (d. 1556), and his w. Eliz., 19
-, John(d. 1579), 19, 22
-, John (d. 1631), 19, 84, 87
-, John(d. 1645), 19, 84
-, John(d. 1722), 19,85, 141
-, Judith, w. of Geo., 19, 84–5
-, Judith, 19, 85, 87–8

Ayscough, John, 224

B.

Backbridge, see Westport: man.

bacon curers and curing, 29, 147, 225

bacon factory, see Malmesbury

Badeni:
-, Count Jan, 172
-, June, see Wilson

Badlesmere:
-, Bart, de, Ld. Badlesmere, 197
-, Eliz. de, m. Wm. de Bohun, earl of Northampton, 197
-, Giles de, Ld. Badlesmere, 69, 197
-, Maud de, m. John de Vere, earl of Oxford (d. 1360), 69

Badminton, John of, rector of Brinkworth, 23

Bailey:
-, Ant., 30, 234
-, Giles (d. 1645 or 1646), 30
-, Giles, grds. of Giles (d. 1645 or 1646), 30
-, Giles (another), 30, 234
-, Jas., 123
-, Wm., 30,234

Baker:
-, F. G., 180
-, Hugh, 56
-, L. J., 180–1
-, R. G., 122, 143
-, Wm., 125

bakers, 225

Baldwin:
-, E. J.,31
-, J. E.,31
-, Thos., 56
-, fam., 31

bands, brass, 137

bankers and banking, 147

Banks, Laur., vicar of Hullavington, 117

Banwell, C. E., 110

Baptists, 50, 73, 118, 126, 158, 239
-, General, 118
-, Particular, 63, 118
-, Strict, 73, 103, 158, 165,239

Barker, see Raymond-Barker

Barnes Green, see Brinkworth

Barrett:
-, Edw., 200
-, Hugh, 200
-, Nic, 200
-, Ric, 200

Barry, Hen., rector of Draycot Cerne and of Upton Scudamore, 81

Basely:
-, Cath., see Moody
-, Wm.,90, 233

Baskerville, Laur., 163

basket maker, 21

Baskett, fam., 19

Bath, marquesses of, see Thynne, Thos. and Thos.

Bavaria, duke of, see William

Bayliffe:
-, Chas., 190
-, G. S., 190
-, Hen., 190
-, J. S., 190
-, John,190
-, Wm., 200

Baynton:
-, And., 57
-, Sir Edw., 57
-, Isabel, m. 1 Sir Jas. Stumpe, 2 Thos. Stafford, 18, 21, 30, 134

Beach, W.W.B., 180

Beak:
-, Dan., 143
-, Isaac, 143
-, W. E., 198–9
-, Wm., 198–9

Beale, Rob., 102

Beames:
-, Jos., 110
-, Rog., 110

Beard, Wm., 103

Beauchamp:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wal., see Roches
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wm., Ld. St. Amand, m. 2 Sir Rog. Tocotes, 57, 79
-, Sir Ric, Ld. St. Amand, 30, 42, 57, 79
-, Sir Wal.,57,78
-, Sir Wm., Ld. St. Amand, 57, 78

Beaufort hunt, 31, 216

Beaufort Hunt Polo Club, 83

Beaumond, Rog., see Joliffe

Belcher, Ann, see Hanks

bell founders, see Boulter; Burrough; Cor; Gillett & Johnston; Harrington, Latham, & Co.; Hughes, A.; Jefferies, Hen. and Thos.; Llewellins & James; Mears, C. & G.; Mears & Stainbank; Purdue, Ric, Rog., Wm., fam.; Rudhall, Abraham, John, Thos.; Taylor; Tosier; Warner, John, & Sons; Wells, Jas.; Wiseman, T. and W.

Bendry, W. P., 208

Bennett (Benett):
-, Dan., 30,234
-, Dan., grds. of Dan., 30, 234
-, Giles (fl. 1758), 199
-, Giles (fl. 1780), 30, 234
-, Giles Bailey, 30, 234
-, J. D. G., and his w. Marianne, 171–2
-, John(fl. 1783), 13
-, John (d. 1819, ? another), 171
-, John (fl. 1840), 171
-, John (d. 1886, another), 172
-, Maur., 19
-, Ric, 172
-, Rob., rector of Foxley, chaplain of Arundel chant, in Canterbury cath., 88

Bent, E. J.,78

Bentley, J. F., 76

Beorhtric (fl. 1066), 215

Beorhtric (fl. 1086, another), 179

Berengar (fl. 1086), 221

Berengaria, queen of Ric. I, 139

Berkeley:
-, Rob. of, 84
-, Rog. of, 84
-, Wm. of (fl. before 1147), 84
-, Wm. of (fl. 1195, another), 84

Berkshire:
-, earldom, 18, 30, 91, 97, 122, 142, 233–4
-, earls of, 43, 50, 155; and see Howard

Berkshire, see Faringdon Ho.; Wallingford; Windsor
-, Childrey, rector, see Lichfield
-, Thatcham, vicar, see Thompson, Seth
-, Wittenham, Long, rector, see Demainbray

Berry:
-, Isaac, 140
-, Mary, 140

Bertie:
-, Eleanor, see Lee
-, Jas., Baron Norreys, earl of Abingdon, 122, 139, 142,166, 191
-, Montagu, earl of Abingdon, 123, 166

Bertodano:
-, Baldomerode, 141
-, H. S. de, 103

Berwick:
-, Agnes of, m. John Roches, 57
-, Gilb. of, 57

Best:
-, Edith, see Chadderton
-, Geo., 111
-, Thos., and his w. Eliz., 172

Beverstone (Glos.), 175
-, curate, see Hornidge

Biggin, A. J., & Son, 190

Billers, Joan, 233

billeting, 237

Birch, W. S., rector of Easton Grey and of Luckington, vicar of Norton, 175

bird shooting, 47

Birmingham (Warws.), 103

Birtill:
-, Hen., and his w. Mary Anne, 200
-, Janetta, 197
-, Lazarus, 197
-, Mary, see Jones
-, W. J.,197
-, fam., 200

Bishop, Wilfred, 216

Bishop Bros., 110,216

Bisset:
-, Cath., 75
-, Jane, m. Maur. Fenwick, 68

Blackborow, H. J., 172

Blackford, Ric, 233

Bladon (fortified place, Ingelbourne), 127

Blake, Wm., 163

Blanch:
-, A. B., 55, 60
-, A. B.,&Co. Ltd., 60
-, J. J., 55
-, and see Alvan Blanch Development Co. Ltd.

Blanch-Lely (co.), 60

Blanchards, see Somerford, Great: man.

Blanche, m. John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, 56

Blick's Hill, see Malmesbury

Blomfield, A. W., 117

Boakley, see Brokenborough: man.

Bodenham (in Downton), New Hall, as address, 220

Bodmin, Wal., and his w. Emme, 143

Bohun:
-, Eliz., see Badlesmere
-, Hen. de, earl of Hereford, 179, 188, 199
-, Humph, de (fl. early 12th cent.), 179, 184
-, Humph, de (fl. 1131 X 1146, another), 136, 139, 179, 184, 188, 199
-, Humph, de (d. 1181, another), 179, 188, 199
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford and of Essex (d. 1275), 179, 183, 200
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford and of Essex (d. 1298), 179, 183–4
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford and of Essex (d. 1322), 179, 184
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford and of Essex (d. 1361), 179
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford, Essex, and Northampton (d. 1373), 179, 188, 200
-, Joan, w. of Humph, de, earl of Hereford, Essex, and Northampton (d. 1373), 179
-, John de, earl of Hereford and of Essex, 179
-, Marg., w. of Humph, de, see Hereford
-, Marg., w. of Humph, de (d. 1181), 179
-, Mary de, w. of Hen. of Lancaster, earl of Derby (Hen. IV), 179, 188,200
-, Maud, w. of Hen. de, earl of Hereford, 179
-, Maud, w. of Humph, de, see Salisbury
-, Wm. de, earl of Northampton, 22, 197

Bolingbroke, Vcts., see St. John

Bolton:
-, Ralph, 144
-, Rob., 180

Bonner, Ant., 172

Borough manor, see Malmesbury; man.

Botreaux, Baroness, see Hungerford, Mary

Boucher:
-, Julia (or Judith), m. Wm. FitzWilliam, 122
-, Thos. (d. 1708), 122, 191
-, Thos. (fl. 1735), 143
-, Thos. (fl. 1749, ? another), 122, 191

Boulter, Nat., 73, 228

Bouverie:
-, Sir Edw. des, Bt., 216
-, Jacob, earl of Radnor (d. 1828), see Pleydell-Bouverie
-, Sir Jacob, Vct. Folkestone (d. 1761), 216
-, Wm., Vct. Folkestone, earl of Radnor, 142–3, 163, 216
-, fam., 3, 163, 188–9
-, and see Pleydell-Bouverie

Bowles, see Rushout-Bowles

bowling, 137

Bowprine Ltd., 201

Box Bush, see Brinkworth

Bradenstoke, Sir John, and his w. Eliz., 57

Bradenstoke (in Lyneham), priory, 31, 98, 143, 188, 190, 192–3, 200, 208, 235

Bradeston:
-, Agnes, see Mauduit
-, Thos. de, Ld. Bradeston, 207

Bradfield:
-, Margery of, m. Ric. of Crudwell, 58
-, Reynold of, 58

Bradfield (in Hullavington), 5, 104, 105 n, 115
-, agric, 114
-, boundaries, 104
-, chant., 117
-, chap., 116–17
-, cust. tenants, 107, 114
-, dom. archit., 108, 111
-, glebe, 116–17
-, hamlet, 104–5, 107–8
-, inc., 113–14
-, man., 107–8, 110–11, 163
-, manor ho., 107–8, 111, 111, 117
-, pop., 107
-, woodland, 2,115

Bradford, 201
-, chant., 109
-, ch., 109

Bragges, Rog., rector of Oaksey, 185

Brakspear, Harold, 190, 203

Branston:
-, J., 111
-, J. E., 111
-, J. E. J., 111

Brassey:
-, A. H., 58
-, E. H.,69
-, Sir Hugh, 69

Braydon (Swill) brook, 51, 53, 95, 176

Braydon forest, 32, 38–9, 59–60, 99, 101, 124, 144–5, 176, 182, 209
-, boundaries, 2, 17, 21, 37, 45, 51, 89, 95
-, Brinkworth quarter, 2, 15
-, Charlton or Minety quarter, 2, 33, 45
-, cts., 21
-, disafforestation, 21, 33, 45, 127
-, inc., 2, 20, 37, 45, 48, 89, 91, 124, 182, 204, 209
-, lodge, 37
-, Minety or Charlton quarter, see Braydon forest: Charlton or Minety quarter
-, purlieus, 2, 15, 17, 20–1, 32–3, 37–9, 44–5, 47. 51, 59–60. 91, 95, 99–101, 124, 127, 145, 182,209
-,-, inc., 15, 20–1, 33, 37–8, 40, 43, 45, 59, 89, 95, 97, 99, 145, 204
-, underforester, 21
-, woodwards, 21

Braydon pond, see Charlton

breaking and entering, 21

Breath:
-, John, 235
-, Marg., see Bridges

Bremilham:
-, Agnes of, 10
-, John, 85, 234
-, Mat. of, 10
-, Ric. of (fl. before 1249), 10
-, Ric. of (d. by 1249, another), 10
-, Ric. (d. c. 1557), 85, 234
-, Thos., 85, 234

Bremilham, 2–3, 5, 7, 9–13, 27, 29, 83, 87–8, 135, 160, 168–9, 170, 229, 231
-, A.-S. rem., 9
-, adv., 11–13, 87, 144, 174
-, agric, 9, 11
-, boundaries, 9
-, Bremilham Farm, see Bremilham: Cowage Farm
-, bridge, 10
-, chap., 12–13
-, ch., 9–13, 87, 237
-, common pastures, 11
-, Cowage (formerly Bremilham) Farm, 9–11, 13
-, Cowage Grove, 9, 11, 13
-, curates, 12–13
-, cust. tenants, 11
-, dom. archit., 10
-, farm, 11, 13, 33, 86
-, glebe, 12
-, Hankerton Corner, q.v.
-, ind., 10–11
-, the Light, 9–11, 13, 237
-, man., 9–13, 27, 31, 144, 174
-, place name, 9
-, poor relief, 11
-, pop., 9
-, prot. nonconf., 13
-, rectors, 11–13, 31, 87, 174, 235; and see Bridges, Edw.; Clarke, Wm.; Crook; Dean; Evans, Arthur; Freer; Harris, John; Jeane; Nicholas, John; Pitt, G. L.; Stumpe, John; Warneford, H. L.; Watye, Edm.
-, rectory, 12, 87–8, 165
-, rectory ho., 13
-, roads, 9–10
-, Rom. Catholicism, 13
-, schs., 10, 13, 89
-, settlement, 9–10
-, tannery, 10–11, 237
-, tithes, 9, 11–12
-, woodland, 2, 9, 11

Bremilham Mill, see Westport

Bret, Hen. le, 235

Brettingham, Mat., 41

breweries, see Malmesbury

brewers and brewing, 147–8, 184, 201, 225

brickmaking, 11, 21, 101, 129

brickworks, see Corston; Dauntsey; Filands; Garsdon; Rodbourne

Bridges:
-, Ant., 235
-, Ant., neph. of Ant., 235
-, Edw., rector of Bremilham and of North Wraxall, vicar of Seagry, 12,193
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Bridges (fl. 1617), 235
-, Eliz. (? the same), w. of Rob. (fl. 1622), 163, 167
-, Geo., s. of Geo., 163
-, Geo., s. of Ric, 163
-, Humph, (d. 1598), 235
-, Humph, (d. 1609), 235
-, J.B.,185
-, Jane, m. Ric. Stevens, 235
-, John,163
-, Marg., m. John Breath, 235
-, Ric, and his w. Eleanor, 163
-, Rob. (fl. 1617), 235
-, Rob. (fl. 1622, ? the same), 163, 167
-, fam., 163
-, and see Brydges

Bridget, Thos., & Co., 146

Brill's Court, see Lea; Lea and Cleverton: man.

Brindle:
-, Thos., 141
-, Wm., 141

Brinkworth:
-, Agnes, see Royle
-, Wal., 109

Brinkworth, 5, 7, 13–25, 14, 65, 129, 160, 204
-, adv., 22
-, agric, 1, 19–21
-, Barnes Green, 16, 20, 24
-,-, chap., 16, 24, 173
-, boundaries, 15, 65
-, Box Bush, 16
-, bridges, 15
-, Callow Hill, 15–16
-,-, chap., 24, 173
-,-, inn, 16
-,-, settlement, 16
-, Causeway End, 16, 21, 24
-, cemetery, 16
-, chaplain, 23
-, char., 18, 23–5
-, ch., 16, 22–3
-, Clitchbury Green, 16, 20
-, common meadow, 20
-, common pastures, 2, 16–17, 20–1
-, cts., 21–2
-, curates, 23; and see Copson, Ric; Wightwick, Hen.
-, cust. tenants, 20
-, Dollakers Green, 16–17, 20
-, dom. archit., 16–17
-, farms, 18–22, 46, 227
-, friendly societies, 16
-, Giles Green, 16, 20
-, glebe, 22
-, Grittenham, q.v.
-, Hulberts (formerly Woodbridge) Green, 16–17, 20
-, inc., 15–17, 20, 22
-, ind., 21
-, inns, 16
-, man., 15, 18–22, 24, 89
-,-, Clitchbury, 19
-,-, Waldron's, 19
-,-, Weeks, 18
-,-, Whitehouse, 19
-, mills, 21
-, par. officers, 22
-, pk., 19
-, poor relief, 22, 61
-, prot. nonconf., 23–4, 126
-,-, Primitive Methodists, 3, 16, 24–5; and see Brinkworth: Barnes Green, chap, and Callow Hill, chap.
-, rly.sta.,15
-, rectors, 22–4; and see Badminton; Carey, Francis; Copson, Ric; Crispe, Tobias; Dowdeswell; Head, Thos.; Hutchins, Edw.; Lichfield; Lombard; Machon; Marsh, Mat.; Pardies; Ramsay; Sparrow; Wightwick, Chas.
-, rectory, 22–3, 71
-, rectory ho., 22–3
-, recusancy, 17
-, roads, 15–17
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 16–17
-, schs., 16, 23–5
-, Stoppers Hill, 16
-, streets, 16
-, Sundays Hill, 15, 20
-, tithes, 22
-, tithings, 6, 13, 15–16, 20, 24
-, trades, 21
-, vestry, 22
-, village, 1–2, 13, 15–17
-, Woodbridge Green, see Brinkworth: Hulberts Green
-, woodland, 19–21, 37
-, workho., 16, 22

Brinkworth Brick Co., 21

Brinkworth brook, 1, 15, 21,65, 204

Brinkworth quarter, see Braydon forest

Bristol, 12–13, 103, 171, 193, 203, 228
-, as address, 203
-, bps., 22, 49, 72, 81, 92, 102, 168, 184, 210, 219
-, cath. ch., canons, see Buckley; Manley, F. H.
-, chs.:
-,-, Holy Trinity, 203
-,-, St. Barnabas's, 203
-, diocese, 136
-,-, finance board, 219

Bristol & South Wales Railway, 105, 131, 166; and see G.W.R.

Bristwi (fl. 1066), 110

Britton:
-, Alfred, & Co., 225
-, John,13

broadcloths, 146

Brokenborough, 5, 9–10, 23, 25–35, 26, 50, 127, 132, 135, 160, 229, 231–2, 238
-, A.-S. rem., 25
-, adv., 34
-, agric, 11,31–4, 224
-, airfield, see Newnton, Long: airfield
-, bacon factory, see Malmesbury: bacon factory
-, benefice, 34, 155, 238
-, boundaries, 25, 27–8, 127, 229
-, Brokenborough Within, 27–9, 34, 132, 229
-, Brokenborough Without, 27
-, char., 35
-, ch., 3, 25, 28, 34–5, 49, 229, 238
-, civil pars., 25; and see Brokenborough: Brokenborough Within and Brokenborough Without
-, common pastures, 2, 32–3
-, cts., 32–4, 125
-, curates, 35; and see Hobbes, Thos.
-, cust. tenants, 32
-, dom. archit., 28–9, 31, 33
-, eccl. par.,34, 49, 155
-, farms, 30, 33, 46, 100
-, Hankerton Corner, q.v.
-, hosp., see Malmesbury: hosp.
-, Hyam, q.v.
-, inc., 1, 28, 32
-, ind., 34
-, inns, 28–9
-, Kairdureburgh, 25
-, man., 25, 29–33, 233
-,-, Boakley, 30–1, 234
-,-, Fosse, 30
-,-, Twatley, 31
-,-, West's, 31
-, mills, 32–4
-, palace, 25
-, pk.,31; and see Hyam
-, place name, 25
-, poor relief, 25, 34
-, pop., 28
-, prot. nonconf., 35
-, roads, 28
-, Rom. Catholicism, 35
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 25; and see White Walls
-, schs., 35; and see Malmesbury: schs.
-, slaughterhouse, see Malmesbury: slaughterhouse
-, tithes, 12, 25–6, 31, 35, 49, 238
-, tithing, 25, 35
-, vicarage (with Charlton), 102, 238
-, village, 2, 9, 25, 28–9, 32–4
-, Wakely Hill, 27
-, Whatley Manor, 31, 33–4
-, woodland, 32–3
-, workho., see Malmesbury: poor-law union (workho.)

Brokenborough estate, 9–10, 19, 25, 31–2, 51, 121, 139, 161, 166, 224, 233

Bromhall, Thos., rector of Stanton St. Quintin, canon of Wells, 220

Bromwich, Ric, and his w. Susannah, 163

Brook farm, see Somerford, Great: man

Brooke:
-, Jane, see Carey
-, Hen., 143
-, Ric, 43
-, S. B.,43, 141, 143, 155, 208
-, Sam., 43, 143, 208
-, Thos., 141

Brooks, John, 181

Broom:
-, Alex of, 188
-, Isabel, see Sherborne

Brown (Browne):
-, A. S. C, 171
-, Arabella, m. Wm. Calley, 208
-, C.H., 111
-, Chris., 174
-, D.,172
-, Edw., 163
-, Ford Madox, 168
-, John, 98
-, Lancelot (Capability), 42
-, R. G., rector of Little Somerford, 210
-, Sarah, 210
-, Thos., 208
-, Misses, 204

Browning:
-, Ant., 198
-, Edm., 198, 202
-, Eleanor, see Wayte
-, John, 18
-, Ric. (d. 1573), 198
-, Ric. (d. 1612), 198
-, Wm., & Co., 147

Brownlow, J. C., 57

brugbote, freedom from, 150

Brydges:
-, Edm., Baron Chandos, 171, 174
-, Giles, Baron Chandos, 171–2, 174
-, Sir John, Baron Chandos, 171, 174
-, fam., 173
-, and see Bridges

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

Buckinghamshire, see Eton Coll.
-, Tyringham, rector, see Mauley

Buckland:
-, J. S., 19
-, John, 173
-, Thos., 57

Buckley, F. J., rector of Stanton St. Quintin, canon of Bristol, 220

bucks, see deer

building contractors, 201

Bullock, fam., 118

Bullock's Horn, see Hankerton

Bunbury, C, 172

bungalows, 67, 97, 107, 121, 135, 138, 154, 162, 166, 187, 196, 214, 233
-, old people's, 29, 39, 86, 196, 224

Burghal Hidage, 131

burghbote, freedom from, 150

burial board, see Somerford, Little

Burnaby, Algernon, 180

burnbaking, 173, 236

Burne:
-, Thos., 112
-, W. W., 112

Burnell, Thos., 174

Burnt Heath, see Malmesbury: man.

Burrough, Jas., 176, 211

Burrows:
-, Adam, 43
-, Thos., 43
-, fam., 43

Burton Hill (in Malmesbury), 5, 28, 137, 154, 163, 235
-, agric, 11, 144–5,235
-, Burton Hill Ho., 137, 141, 142, 148
-, chap., 137, 156, 173
-, char., 161
-, cloth factory, see Malmesbury: cloth factory
-, common pastures, 144, 152
-, cts., 152
-, cust. tenants, 145
-, dom. archit., 137
-, farms, 144–5
-, hosp., see Malmesbury: hosp.
-, hosp. of St. Mary Magdalene, 137, 143
-, inc., 144–5
-, inns, 136–7
-, man., 141–2, 148, 152, 167, 233, 235
-, mill, 137, 146–8,172, and see Malmesbury: mills
-, police sta., see Malmesbury: police sta.
-, poor relief, 153
-, prot. nonconf., 158–9
-, schs., 160
-, suburb, 127, 131, 137
-, tithing, 6, 149, 153

Bush, John, 171

Butler:
-, A. S., and his w. Lois, 91
-, T. G., 109

butter making, 20

Buxted Chicken Ltd., 201, 226

Buxton:
-, E.J.M., 140
-, Eliz., see Jacob
-, John, 123
-, Sir John, Bt., 123, 172
-, (later Jacob), Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1839), 109, 123, 172
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1888), 123, 172

Bynport, see Malmesbury

C.

Caius College, see Cambridge university

Cale:
-, Anne, m. 1 Ant. Whistler, 2 Sam. Walker, 111, 163
-, Anne, w. of Gilb., see Cole
-, Gilb., 111

Calley:
-, Arabella, see Browne
-, Thos. (d. 1791), 208
-, Thos. (fl. 1804), 208
-, Wm.,208

Callow Hill, see Brinkworth

Cambridge university:
-, Gonville and Caius Coll., 55
-, Trinity Coll., 190

Campbell, Jemima, Baroness Lucas of Crudwell, Mchnss. Grey, m. Phil. Yorke, earl of Hardwicke, 55
-, and see Hume-Campbell

Canada, 202; and see Quebec

canal, 38, 119, 131; and see Wilts. & Berks, canal

Cannop:
-, John,148
-, fam., 148

canon lawyer, 23

Canter:
-, Giles, 141, 171
-, Jos., 141, 171
-, fam., 141

Canterbury (Kent):
-, abp., 49, 102
-, cath. ch., chaplains of Arundel's chant., see Benett, Rob.; Scurion

Capell, Rob., 183

Capital and Counties Bank Ltd., 147

Capper:
-, B.,56
-, C.,56

caravan site, 196

Cardeville, Rob. de, rector of Sutton Benger, treasurer of Salisbury cath., 226

Carey(Cary):
-, Edw. (fl. 1577), 141
-, Sir Edw. (fl. c. 1600, another), 10, 68
-, Eliz., see Danvers
-, Francis, rector of Brinkworth, 23
-, Jane, m. Ric. Brooke, 43
-, John(d. 1752), 40, 43
-, John (another, d. by 1786), 43
-, Mary, m. Ric. Fowler, 43
-, Wm., 143
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 143

Carnarvon:
-, earldom, 193
-, earls of, see Herbert

Carpenter, J. T., & Sons, 60

Carter, Wm., curate of Foxley, vicar of Hullavington, 117

cartographer, 168

Cary, see Carey

Case, E. R., 123

Castle Combe:
-, barony, 69, 197
-, man., 110

castles, see Malmesbury; Oaksey: Norwood castle; Somerford, Great

Catherine, queen of Hen. V, 179

cattle dealing, 209

Causeway End, see Brinkworth

Cavendish, Ric, and his w. Gillian, 58

cemeteries, see Brinkworth; Draycot Cerne; Hullavington; Malmesbury; Somerford, Little

Cennick, John, 24, 159

Cerne:
-, Sir Edw. of (d. 1393), 77, 77. 79, 82
-, Edw. of (d. 1419), 77, 81
-, Ellen, w. of Sir Edw. of (d. 1393), 77, 77, 82
-, Geof. of, 77
-, Hen. of (fl. 1228), 77, 81
-, Hen. of (d. 1296, another), 77
-, Hen. of (fl. 1304), rector of Draycot Cerne, 81
-, Isabel, w. of Edw. of (d. 1419), 77
-, John of (d. 1327), 77
-, John of (d. 1344), 77
-, John of (d. 1346), 77, 81
-, Phil, of, 77
-, fam., 82

cert money, 6–7, 61, 101, 184, 210, 218, 226

Chadderton:
-, Anne, m. John Wright, 111
-, Bridget, w. of Wm., 111
-, Edith, m. Geo. Best, 111
-, Edm. (fl. 1485), 111
-, Edm. (d. 1545, another), 111
-, Geo., 111
-, Hen., 184
-, Marg., m. Sim. James, 111
-, Marg., w. of Geo., see Collingbourne
-, Thos., 162
-, Wm., 110–11, 162–3

Chamberlain
-, John (fl. 1361), and his w. Marg., 58
-, John(fl. 1779), 153
-, Wm., and his w. Christine, 58

Chambers:
-, Alice, see Sherborne
-, Felice, see Sherborne
-, John, 188
-, Wm., 188

Chancellor:
-, Cornelius, 109
-, S. B., 109

Chancery, masters in, 10

Chandler:
-, Hen., 158
-, Wm., 109

Chandos, Barons, see Brydges

chantries, see Bradfield; Bradford; Cirencester; Hullavington; Malmesbury: ch. of St. Paul; Oaksey; Ramsbury; Westport
-, Arundel's chant, in Canterbury cath., see Benett, Rob.; Scurion

Charlton:
-, Cath., w. of Sir Rob., 58
-, Joan, w. of Wal., 58
-, John, 30, 42
-, Sir Rob., 30, 42, 58
-, Rog. (fl. 1268), 18, 30, 42
-, Rog. (another), 42
-, Thos., 42
-, Wal., 30, 42, 58
-, Wibert (fl. 1283–4), 42
-, Wibert(fl. 1347), 42
-, Wibert (fl. 1454), 30, 42
-, fam., 30, 42

Charlton, 5, 23, 30, 36, 37–50, 95, 101, 127, 129, 182, 238
-, adv., 49, 92–3
-, agric., 37, 44–8
-, benefice, 49, 92
-, boundaries, 37, 41, 89, 95, 129
-, Braydon pond, 38, 41, 46
-, bridges, 38
-, chap., see Brokenborough: ch.
-, char., 49–50
-, Charlton Pk., 2, 38–9, 41–2, 44, 45, 45, 99, 155
-, ch., 3, 25, 34, 37, 39, 48–50, 229, 238
-, civil par., 37
-, Civil War, 39
-, common meadow, 44–5
-, common pastures, 2, 44–6, 48, 91
-, cts., 47–8
-, curates, 49; and see Church; Hollinworth
-, cust. tenants, 44–5
-, dom. archit., 39–42
-, eccl. par., 49
-, farms, 41, 43, 45–7, 99–100, 146
-, Five Lanes, q.v.
-, friendly society, 39
-, glebe, 48–9, 238
-, hosp., 39
-, inc., 1, 38, 44–6,48,99
-, inn, 39
-, Kingershay, 38–9, 41, 44
-, Lype, 40, 42; and see Charlton: man.
-, man., 18, 30, 37, 39–45, 47–8, 89, 91, 95, 97, 122, 142, 182,
-,-, Charlton Tantum, 42, 79
-,-, Edwards, 43
-,-, Lype, Great, 43
-,-, Summerhouse, 43–4
-, mills, 47, 60
-, par. officers, 47–8
-, pk., 38–9, 42, 45–7, 49; and see Stonehill
-, Perry Green, 37, 40, 46
-, place name, 1, 37–8, 41, 44
-, poor relief, 37, 48
-, pop., 38
-, prot. nonconf., 50
-, roads, 38, 90
-, Rom. Catholicism, 50
-, schs., 38, 50
-, slaughterhouse, 40
-, Stonehill, q.v.
-, street, 38
-, tithes, 44, 48—9, 238
-, trades, 47
-, vicar, 49
-, vicarage (with Brokenborough), 102, 125, 238
-, vicarage ho., 40, 49
-, village, 2, 37–8, 61
-, woodland, 41, 44–7; and see Stonehill

Charlton (in Tetbury, Glos.), 41

Charlton or Minety quarter, see Braydon forest

Charlton Park, see Charlton

Charlton Park estate, 30, 33, 46, 101

Charlton Tantum, see Charlton: man.

Charnbury:
-, Jas., 219
-, Jas., s. of Jas., 219
-, Wm., rector of Stanton St. Quintin, 220

Chaworth:
-, Maud, see Hesdin
-, Maud of, m. Hen., earl of Lancaster, 56
-, Pain of, 56
-, Patrick of, 56
-, Patrick of (d. 1257, another), 56
-, Sir Patrick of (d. 1315), 56

Cheddar (Som.), 70

Chedglow, John, 58

Chedglow (in Crudwell), 5–6, 61
-, agric., 59
-, common pastures, 58
-, dom. archit., 53, 56
-, farms, 59–60
-, hamlet, 51, 53
-, inc., 59
-, man., 55–7, 59, 61
-, pop., 53
-, prehist. rem., 51
-, tithes, 58, 61
-, woodland, 60

Chedglow (formerly Cicemethorn) hundred, 5–7, 53, 178
-, bailiff, 7; and see Stumpe, Wm. (d.1552)
-, cts., 6–7, 135
-, meeting place, 5–6
-, name, 6
-, officers, 7

Chedworth, Barons, see Howe

cheese factors, 59, 182, 225

cheese making, 20, 70, 147

cheese store, 182

Cheever:
-, Hen., 123
-, Jeremy, 123
-, Rob., 123

Cheltenham & Great Western Union Railway, 177–8

Chelworth, Hen. of, 56

Chelworth (in Crudwell), 5, 55
-, agric., 58–9
-, boundaries, 51
-, common pastures, 59
-, cust. tenants, 58
-, dom. archit., 54
-, farms, 59–60
-, hamlet, 51, 53–4
-, man., 57, 59
-, mills, 60
-, pop., 52
-, woodland, 60

Chesterton, Maurice, 188

Chestnuts, the, see Seagry: man.

Chetel(fl. 1086), 139

Chichester (Suss.), bp. of, see Shuttleworth

chicken preparation, 226

children's home, 166

Childrey (Berks.), rector of, see Lichfield

Chippenham, John of, 184

Chippenham, 24, 51, 148
-, constituency, see Wiltshire
-, Fowlswick, 156
-, J.P.s, 151
-, mkt., 1
-, poor-law union, 80, 192, 219, 226
-,-, workho., chaplain of, see Dawson
-, Rowden, 208
-, vicar, see Lake, Wm.

Chippenham hundred, 5, 104, 115

Chissell brook, 221

Chivers, Jos., 98

chocolate making, 228

Cholsey, John, rector of Great Somerford, canon of Wells, 202–3

Christian, Ewan, 220

Christian Malford, 5–6, 65–7, 186, 215
-, benefice, 226
-, common meadow, 217
-, Dauntsey Lock, q.v.
-, prot. nonconf., 228
-, Swallett Gate, q.v.

Christie, John, 109

Chubb, M. H., 141

Church, Alf., curate of Charlton, professor of Latin at University Coll., London, 49

Church Association Trust, see Church Society Trust

Church farm, see Oaksey: man.

Church farm, see Seagry: man.

church houses, 39, 53, 102, 107, 108, 206, 210–11

Church Society Trust (formerly Church Association Trust), 49, 92

Church Trust Fund, 34, 155, 238

Cicemethorn hundred, see Chedglow hundred

cinema, see Malmesbury

Cirencester (Glos.), 51, 60, 136, 146, 148, 185
-, as address, 182
-, chant., 43
-, mkt., 1, 20

Cirencester Benefit Society, 180

Civil War, see Charlton; Malmesbury

Clanville, see Stanton St. Quintin

Clare:
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester, 218
-, Maud, w. of Ric. de, earl of Gloucester, 218
-, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester, 218

Clarke:
-, John, 21
-, R. A., 142
-, Wm., rector of Bremilham, 12–13

Clase, Ant., 142

Clatford:
-, Wm. of, 117
-, (formerly Preshute), fam., 109

Clatford (in Preshute), 108, 113
-, (or Hullavington) priory, 108, 116
-,-, prior, 108, 116

Clattinger, see Oaksey: man.

clerks, parish, 82, 125–6

Cleverton (in Lea and Cleverton), 34, 126
-, common meadow, 124
-, common pastures, 2, 124
-, cross, 121
-, cust. tenants, 124
-, dom. archit., 121
-, farms, 122–4
-, hamlet, 2, 119, 121
-, inc., 121
-, man., see Lea and Cleverton: man.
-, Old Hill, 121
-, pop., 119
-, prot. nonconf., 121, 126
-, tithing, 6, 119, 125

Clifford:
-, Ric, 189
-, Rog., 189
-, Sam., rector of East Knoyle, 158
-, Wal. (d. 1190), 189
-, Wal. (d. 1221), 189
-, Wal. (d. 1263), 189
-, Wal. (one of that name), 193 n

Clitchbury, see Brinkworth: man.

Clitchbury Green, see Brinkworth

Cloatley (in Hankerton), 6, 37, 55, 95, 97
-, agric, 99–101
-, Cloatley Manor, 97–8
-, common pastures, 2, 99–100
-, cts., 101
-, cust. tenants, 100–1
-, dom. archit., 97–8
-, farms, 97–8, 100
-, hamlet, 2, 95, 97
-, man., 37, 95, 97–9, 101
-, pop., 96
-, sch., 103
-, tithing, 96, 100–1
-, woodland, 97, 100

cloth factory, see Malmesbury

clothiers, 34, 146, 148, 155, 192, 195, 201; and see Stumpe, Wm. (d. 1552)

clothmaking, 21; and see woollen cloth manufacture

clothworkers, 225; and see weavers

clothyard, 101

clubs (sporting), see Beaufort Hunt Polo Club; Malmesbury: clubs

Clutterbuck:
-, Jas., 56, 123
-, Mary, see Jacob

coal merchants, 71, 114, 209

Coaley (Glos.), vicar of, see Hornidge

Cobham:
-, Eleanor, see Mautravers
-, Reynold, Ld. Cobham, 197

Cockerell:
-, Alice, 188
-, C. R., 137
-, John, 142
-, Ralph, 188

Cockey, L., 204

Codford St. Peter, rector of, see Wightwick, Hen.

Coe & Goodwin, 93

Coke:
-, Jane, see Wharton
-, Rob., 139

Colchester (Essex), St. Giles's ch., 55 n

Cole:
-, Anne, m. Gilb. Cale, 111, 163
-, Anne, w. of Wm., see James
-, Chris., 98
-, E. K., Ltd., 141, 147
-, Fred., 198
-, John, 98
-, Jonathan, 98
-, Wm., naturalist (d. 1701), 111, 163
-, Wm. (fl. 1878), 181

Cole park (in Malmesbury), see Cowfold

Cole Park, see Cowfold

Colerne, Wm. of, abbot of Malmesbury, 133

Coles, Jane, 234

Coleshill, Peter of, rector of Dauntsey, 72

Collingbourne (Collingborn):
-, Joan, m. Jas. Lowther, 111
-, John (fl. c. 1472), 110
-, John(fl. 1817), 208
-, John(fl. 1873), 17
-, Marg., m. Geo. Chadderton, 111
-, Wm., 110–11

Collins:
-, Ant., 215
-, K. L., 11
-, W. L., 11

Coleman:
-, Nat., 228
-, Nat., s. of Nat., 228

Colston, Edw., 227

Combe, Ralph of, 43, 122

common meadows, see Brinkworth; Charlton; Christian Malford; Cleverton; Crudwell; Hankerton; Hullavington; Lea and Cleverton; Milbourne; Oaksey; Rodbourne; Seagry; Somerford, Great; Somerford, Little; Sutton Benger

common pastures, 1–2; and see Ashley; Bremilham; Brinkworth; Brokenborough; Burton Hill; Charlton; Chedglow; Chelworth; Cleverton; Cloatley; Corston; Crudwell; Dauntsey; Foxley; Garsdon; Grittenham; Hankerton; Hullavington; Lea; Lea and Cleverton; Milbourne; Minety; Newnton, Long; Norton; Oaksey; Rodbourne; Smithcot; Somerford, Great; Somerford, Little; Stanton St. Quintin; Startley; Surrendell; Thornhill; Westport: common pastures and King's Heath; Whitchurch

Congregationalists, 93, 126, 159, 165, 228, 239

congregations, convoking, 49

conservation areas, 39, 53, 135, 178, 206

constables, 153
-, borough, 151, 153, 237
-, manorial, 101, 115, 152–3, 237
-, royal, see Malmesbury: castle

Conway, Wm., 239

Cooper:
-, C. E. D., 57, 112
-, H. L., 55
-, John, 98
-, Nan, see Herbert
-, Ric, 98
-, and see Cowper

co-operative farming society, see societies

Copson:
-, John, vicar of Malmesbury and of Kemble, 157
-, Ric, curate and rector of Brinkworth, 23

Cor, Wm., 158

Corbet, Sir Gerald, Bt., 184

Coriat:
-, H. I., 11, 31
-, Priscilla, 31

coroner, see Malmesbury: borough

corrugated paper and fibreboard case manufacture, 60

Corsham:
-, almsho., 217, 221
-, as address, 216
-, sch., 217

Corston (in Malmesbury), 5, 25, 29, 111, 113, 127, 129, 131, 161–5, 168
-, adv., 87, 164
-, agric, 11, 163–4
-, airfield, see Hullavington: R.A.F. sta.
-, boundaries, 104, 127, 161, 213
-, brickworks, 164
-, bridge, 162
-, chap., 127, 155, 157, 164
-, chapelry, 161, 164
-, ch., 161–2, 164–5, 168, 237
-, common pastures, 163
-, cts., 164
-, curates, 164–5
-, cust. tenants, 163
-, dom. archit., 162
-, farms, 110, 114, 163–4, 216, 218
-, inc., 162
-, man., 139, 162–4, 188, 207
-, mill, 162, 164
-, poor relief, 153, 164
-, pop., 161–2
-, prot. nonconf., 162, 165
-, roads, 129, 131
-, schs., 165
-, tithes, 163–4, 235
-, tithing, 6, 127, 149, 153, 161
-, vicar, 164
-, vicarage (Corston with Rodbourne), 13, 88, 164, 192, 202, 210
-, vicarage ho., 162, 164
-, village, 2, 127, 131, 161–2
-, woodland, 2, 163

Cotes, C. G., rector of Stanton St. Quintin, 218

Cotswold Bruderhof, 180

cottages, estate, 18, 29, 53–4, 67, 76, 97, 169, 223

council houses, 28–9, 39–40, 53, 67, 84, 96, 107, 121, 135, 162, 178, 188, 196, 214, 223, 232

Court farm, see Oaksey: man.

Court House, see Hullavington: dom. archit.

courts, see under places, and see swanimote; Wiltshire: assizes and quarter sessions

Coutances (Manche, France), bp. of, 139, 143

Cowage Farm, see Bremilham

Cowbridge (in Malmesbury), 137–8
-, Cowbridge Ho., 137–8, 141, 141, 147–8
-, dom. archit., 137–8
-, factory, 138, 147
-, man., 141
-, mill, 137, 141, 146, 148; and see Malmesbury: mills
-, settlement, 137–8
-, tithes, 143
-, vicarage ho., 138

Cowche:
-, Ric. (d. by 1588), 141
-, Ric (d.1596), 141
-, Ric. (d. 1611), 141
-, Ric (fl. 1638), 141
-, Ric. (fl. before 1714, ? another), 141

Cowfold (later Cole park, in Malmesbury), 152–3, 156, 163–4, 167
-, agric, 144
-, Cole Pk., 138, 140, 140, 168
-, farms, 140, 144
-, king's race, 8, 138, 140, 144
-,-, yeoman, 144; and see Bolton Ralph; Slifield, Ralph
-, man., 139–40, 144, 152, 161
-, mill, 148
-, pk., 139, 144
-,-, dom. archit., 138
-,-, lodges, 138, 140; and see Cowfold: Cole Pk.
-, woodland, 129, 144

Cowley:
-, earldom, 190
-, earls, 3; and see Wellesley

Cowper:
-, Anne, see Weddell
-, Francis, Baron Lucas of Crudwell, Earl Cowper, 55
-, Geo., Earl Cowper, 55
-, and see Cooper

Cox:
-, H.C., 31
-, Ric, vicar of Norton, 175
-, Thos., 160

Cox Cox:
-, G. G., 234
-, Ursula, 234

Cresswell:
-, Eliz., see Estcourt
-, Ric, 171

cricket, 137

Cricklade:
-, M.P., see Adamson, Rob.
-, Widhill, 161

Cripps, Rob., 19

Crispe.
-, Nic, 22
-, Tobias, rector of Brinkworth, 23

Crispin, Miles, 18–19, 56

Crocker:
-, E. F., 58
-, M. H., 98
-, P. H., 98

Croft, Sir Jas., 215

Crook, Sim., curate of Foxley and of Norton, rector of Bremilham and of Foxley, 13, 88

Croome:
-, Hen. (fl. 1717), 142–3
-, Hen. (fl. 1741, another), 143
-, Rebecca, 142
-, Wm., 180

crosses, 121; and see Malmesbury: mkt. (mkt. cross)

Crudwell:
-, Margery of, see Bradfield
-, Ric. of, 58
-, Wm. of, 98

Crudwell:
-, Baronesses Lucas of, see Campbell; Herbert, Nan; Lucas, Mary; Weddell; Yorke, Amabel
-, Barons Lucas of, see Cowper, Francis; Grey, Hen.; Herbert, Auberon; Weddell

Crudwell, 5, 25, 28, 51–63, 52, 65, 101, 160, 182
-, adv., 61
-, agric, 58–60
-, airfields, 51; and see Kemble: R.A.F. sta.; Newnton, Long: airfield
-, benefice, 61, 102, 184
-, boundaries, 51, 55, 95
-, bridge, 51
-, chap., 53, 102
-, chaplain, 62
-, char., 63, 65
-, Chedglow, q.v.
-, Chelworth, q.v.
-, ch., 53, 61–3, 63, 95
-, common meadow, 58–9
-, common pastures, 2, 58–60
-, cts., 61, 101
-, Crudwell, West, q.v.
-, curates, 62
-, cust. tenants, 58
-, dom. archit., 53
-, Eastcourt, q.v.
-, factory, 54, 60
-, farms, 59–60
-, Flisteridge wood, 60, 182
-, glebe, 62
-, inc., 1, 59
-, ind., 60
-, inns, 53
-, man., 51, 55–8, 61, 63, 95, 97, 99
-,-, Morley, 58
-, mills, 60–1, 101
-, mineral spring, 51, 53
-, Murcott, q.v.
-, place name, 1, 51
-, pond, 53
-, poor relief, 61
-, pop., 51, 53
-, prehist. rem., 51
-, prot. nonconf., 63
-, rectors, 61–3, 65, 102–3; and see Abingdon; Adkin; Alsop; Gerish; Harford; Ingram; Lawton; Machon; Maskelyne, Wm.; Mauley; Smith, Oswald; Sole; Wiggett
-, rectory, 61, 102
-, rectory ho., 52, 60, 62
-, roads, 51
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 51
-, schs., 53, 63, 65
-, streets, 53
-, tithes, 58, 61
-, tithings, 6
-, trades, 60
-, vestry, 61
-, village, 2, 51, 53, 59, 61
-, Windmill Hill, q.v.
-, woodland, 51, 60; and see Crudwell: Flisteridge wood
-, workho., 61

Crudwell, West (in Crudwell), 58
-, agric., 59
-, cust. tenants, 58
-, dom. archit., 53
-, farms, 55, 59
-, hamlet, 51, 53

Crundell, B., 78, 81

Culkerton, see Ashley

Cullerne
-, Jos., 141
-, Rob., 157, 161, 240

Culverhouse, see Somerford, Great: man.

D.

Dacre:
-, Baroness, see Fiennes, Marg.
-, Lds., see Fiennes

dairy industry, see butter making; cheese factors; cheese making; cheese store; Dauntsey: milk depot; Malmesbury: milk depot

Damerham, North, hundred, 6

Danby, earl of, see Danvers, Hen.

Danes, 150

Danvers:
-, Anne, m. Sir Hen. Lee, Bt., 122, 139, 142, 166
-, Anne, w. of Sir John, see Stradling
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Danvers, 122, 139, 142, 166
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John (d. 1594), m. 2 Sir Edw. Carey, 10, 68, 174, 190
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John (d. 1655), 191
-, Hen., earl of Danby (d. 1644), 6, 10, 12, 68, 72–3, 121, 123, 139, 142, 166, 174, 190
-, Hen. (d. 1654), 12, 122, 139, 142, 166, 191
-, Sir John (d. 1514), 10, 68, 68, 72
-, Sir John (d. 1594), 6, 10, 68, 174, 190, 193, 219
-, Sir John (d. 1655), 10, 12, 68, 155 174, 190–1
-, John, s. of Sir John (d. 1655), 68
-, (formerly Villiers), Rob., 122, 139, 142
-, Silvester, 10, 68–9
-, Wm., 69
-, fam., 3, 69, 155, 174

Darling, Frank, and his w. Avril, 140

Dauntsey:
-, Edm., 156
-, Gilb., 10, 68
-, Joan, m. 1 Sir John Stradling (d. 1433), 2 John Dewale, 10, 12, 68
-, Sir John (d. 1391), 10, 68
-, Sir John (d. 1405), 10, 68
-, Miles of, 10, 68
-, Miles, s. of Miles of, 10, 68
-, Miles, grds. of Miles of, 68
-, Miles (one of the name, fl. 1166), 69–70
-, Ric. of, 10
-, Ric. (another, d. by 1275), 10, 68
-, Ric. (fl. 1292), 10, 68
-, Ric. (fl. 1304, ? the same), 71
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1349), 10, 68
-, Rog., 10, 68–9
-, Sir Wal., 10, 12, 68
-, fam., 37, 69, 72

Dauntsey, 5, 7, 15, 64, 65–73, 75, 131
-, adv., 71
-, agric, 1, 70
-, almsho., 25, 61, 67, 73, 204, 211
-, boundaries, 15, 65, 194
-, brickworks, 71
-, bridges, 67
-, chap., 72
-, char., 73, 75
-, ch., 22, 65–6, 71–3
-, common pastures, 70
-, cts., 71
-, curates, 72
-, cust. tenants, 70
-, Dauntsey Common, 66–7, 73
-, Dauntsey Gate, see Swallett Gate
-, Dauntsey Green, 66–7, 72
-, Dauntsey Ho., 2, 66, 69, 140
-, Dauntsey Lock, q.v.
-, dom. archit., 67–9
-, farms, 70
-, glebe, 70, 72
-, Greenman's Lane, 67
-, hamlet, 66
-, Idover, 65, 67; and see Dauntsey: man.
-, inc., 65, 70
-, ind., 71
-, inn, 67
-, man., 10, 68–71
-,-, Idover, 69–70
-, milk depot, 71
-, mills, 70–1
-, par. officers, 71
-, pk., 65–6, 69–70
-, place name, 65
-, poor relief, 71
-, pop., 66
-, prot. nonconf., 67, 73
-, rly. sta., 66–7, 171, 195
-, rectors, 72; and see Coleshill; Davenant; Elwell, W. E.; Jones, John; Law, A. R. and Arthur; Trapp; West, Francis
-, rectory, 71–2
-, rectory ho., 66, 72
-, roads, 66
-, schs., 67, 72–3
-, Smithcot, q.v.
-, Sodom, 67
-, street, 67
-, Swallett Gate, q.v.
-, tithes, 72
-, tithings, 6, 71
-, trades, 71
-, wharf, 66, 71
-, woodland, 65–6, 70

Dauntsey brook, 15, 65

Dauntsey Dairy Co., 71

Dauntsey Lock (in Christian Malford and Dauntsey), 67

Davenant, Rob., rector of Dauntsey and of West Kington, canon of Salisbury, 72

Davis (Davies, Davys):
-, (or Taylor), Ant., 18
-, Chas., vicar of Sutton Benger, 228
-, (or Taylor), Jas., 18
-, John, chaplain of Lea and Cleverton, curate of Garsdon, 93, 158
-, (or Taylor), Thos. (d. 1586), 18
-, Thos. (fl. 1687), 200

Dawson, Ric, vicar of Sutton Benger, chaplain of Chippenham union workho., 228

Dean, Ric. le, rector of Bremilham, 12

Dean farm, see Oaksey: man.

Dee Bros., 200

Deeley, R. A., 216

deer, 44–6, 183, 208, 218
-, bucks, 144

Demainbray:
-, Steph. (d. 1854), rector of Great Somerford and of Long Wittenham, chaplain to Geo. III, 203–4
-, Steph. (fl. 1870), 198

Denison, Marigold, ctss. of Londesborough, 69

deprivation (eccl.), 203

Derby, earl of, see Henry IV

Derby, as address, 146

Despenser, Sir Gilb., 58

Dewale:
-, Joan, see Dauntsey
-, John, 12

Dewell:
-, C. G., 141
-, Chas., 141
-, Eliz. (fl. 1792), w. of Timothy, 142
-, Eliz. (d. c. 1805, another), 141
-, Mary (fl. 1792), 142
-, Mary (fl. 1809, ? the same), 141
-, Sarah, w. of Chas., m. 2 W. R. Fitzgerald, 141
-, Timothy, 142
-, fam., 148

Devizes, 21

Dickinson:
-, P. J., 190, 192
-, Rob., 198

diseases, see plague

Dixon, Herb., Baron Glentoran, 78, 81

Doddington, Wm., 141

dogs, see greyhounds; hound; spaniel

Dollakers Green, see Brinkworth

Domesday Book, 29, 131–2, 196, 221

Dorset, see Shaftesbury
-, Sherborne, bp., see Aldhelm

Douglas fir, 218

dovecots, 98, 172, 216

Dover, Wm. of, 136

Dow, John, and his w. Joan, 62

Dowdeswell, Wm., rector of Brinkworth, 23

Downes, John, 69

Downton, see Bodenham

Drake, Ric, 188

Draycot Cerne, 5, 7, 30, 74, 75–82, 186, 221, 224–5
-, adv., 81
-, agric, 79–80, 224
-, boundaries, 75, 213
-, bridge, 76
-, cemetery, 76, 80
-, char., 82
-, ch., 76, 80–2
-, cts., 80, 226
-, curates, 81
-, cust. tenants, 79–80
-, dom. archit., 76, 78
-, Draycot, Lower, 76
-, Draycot, Upper, 76
-, Draycot Ho., 3, 75–8, 81, 188
-, Draycot Sutton, 75
-, farms, 78–80
-, glebe, 81
-, inc., 79
-, Knabwell, 75, 78, 213–14; and see Draycot Cerne: man. (Nabals)
-, man., 3, 5, 42, 75–81, 189–90, 216, 224
-,-, Nabals, 78–9, 213–14
-, mills, 76, 80
-, par. officers, 80
-, pk., 75–80, 224–5
-, place name, 75
-, pond, 76
-, poor relief, 80
-, poorho., 80
-, pop., 75
-, prot. nonconf., 82
-, rectors, 81, 193; and see Barry; Cerne, Hen. of; Ernie, Sir Edw.; Fettiplace; Rand; Reynold; West, Francis; Windsor, Andrews
-, rectory, 80–1, 192
-, rectory ho., 76, 81
-, roads, 75
-, schs., 76, 82
-, tithes, 81
-, vestry, 80
-, village, 1, 76
-, woodland, 80

Draycot Cerne (Draycot) estate, 189–90, 201, 217

Drew:
-, Emme, 189, 198, 200
-, Isabel, m. John Mompesson (d. 1500), 189, 193 n, 200
-, Joan, w. of Thos. (fl. 1362), 189
-, Thos. (fl. 1362), 189
-, Thos. (fl. 1373–4, ? the same), 189, 200
-, Thos. (fl. 1428–51), 189, 198, 200

Drewes, Almeric de, 57

Drewet, Wm., 123

drugget maker, 21

Dryden, John, 39

drysalter, 171

Duck, Esau, 147

Duck & Co., 147

Duck & Reed, 147

ducking stool, 152

Dudig (fl. before 901), 55

Dudley:
-, John, duke of Northumberland (d. 1553), 29, 41, 97, 141, 233
-, John(fl. 1575), 224

Duke, fam., 166

Dunley, see Surrendell

Dunlow hundred, 5, 104
-, meeting place, 104

Dunstanville:
-, Adelize, see Lisle
-, Parnel de, m. John de la Mare (d. 1313), 197
-, Reynold or Rob. de, 69, 197
-, Reynold de (another), 197
-, Wal. de, 197

Durston, F. E., 123

Dutton, Sir Ralph, 43

dye houses, 146, 148

Dyfed, St. David's cath ch.:
-, canon, see Sparrow
-, precentor, see Machon

E.

Eame Cross, see Woodlands

Earle:
-, Anne, see Estcourt
-, Giles (d. c. 1677), 57, 65
-, Giles (d. 1758), 57–8, 97
-, Giles (fl. 1807–8), 56–7, 97, 207–8
-, Marg., m. John Partridge, 57
-, Rob., 61
-, Susanna, see White
-, Thos. (d. 1618), 57
-, Thos. (d. c. 1638), 57
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1696), 57
-, Thos. (? another), 65
-, Wm. (d. 1586), 57
-, Wm. (d. 1774), 56–7, 97, 140, 142–3, 207
-, fam., 65, 103

Earl's Corner, see Oaksey

Eastcourt (in Crudwell), 5–6, 55, 61
-, agric, 58–9
-, as address, 207
-, boundaries, 51, 95
-, chap., 54, 62
-, cust. tenants, 58–9
-, dom. archit., 54, 57–8
-, Eastcourt Ho., 57–8, 60
-, farms, 55, 57, 59–60
-, man., 51, 55, 57–9, 97, 184
-, pk., 58
-, pop., 53
-, sch., 54, 65
-, village, 51, 54

Easton Grey, 33
-, benefice, 12, 87
-, man., 31
-, rectors, see Birch; Harris, John; Read, C.T.

Easton Piercy, see Kington St. Michael

Eavis:
-, J., 110
-, fam., 163

Ebrard (fl. 1086), 58

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 164

ecclesiastical practices, see evangelicalism; excommunication; hermitage; obit; oratory; papal provision; Ritualism

Eden, F. C, 203

Edgar, King, 55

Edie, Arthur, vicar of Rodbourne Cheney and of Seagry, 193

Edric (fl. 1066), 76

Edward (d. 925), King, 97

Edward the Confessor, King, 29, 224

Edward IV, 22, 179

Edward (fl. 1066), 57

Edward (fl. 1086, ? another), 56

Edward (fl. 1086, ? another), 110, 114

Edward (fl. 1086, ? another), 199, 201

Edwards:
-, Ant., 24
-, E. E., 109
-, Geo., 109
-, K. F., 141
-, Wm., 140, 142–3, 208
-, fam., 24

Edwards, see Charlton: man.

Edwin (fl. 1066), 196–7

Edwy, King, 29, 139

Egerton, Francis, see Hayter

egg production, 218

Eisey, vicar of, see Hill, Sam.

Ela, m. Ric. of Herriard, 197

Elbert (fl. 1086), 69

Eldersfield, Sim. of, 84

Eldersfield (Worcs.), see Hardwick

electricity sub-station, 40

Elizabeth, queen of Edw. IV, 179

Elm, the, and the Ash, see Surrendell

Elwell:
-, E.C., 72
-, E. E., 143
-, Eleanor, 71
-, Muriel, 71
-, W. E., rector of Dauntsey, 71
-, Wm., 71
-, fam., 143, 234

Elwi (fl. 1066), 110

emigration, 22, 28, 39, 214

Emly, Giles, vicar of Hullavington, 117

engineering workshops, 146–7

Erigena, John Scotus, 137

Ernle:
-, Edw. (fl. 1647), 19
-, Sir Edw., Bt. (fl. 1746), rector of Draycot Cerne, 81
-, Wal., 19

Essex:
-, earldom, 179
-, earls of, 181–2; and see Bohun

Essex, see Audley End; Colchester Wendens Ambo, vicar, see Ryder

Estcourt:
-, Anna Maria, w. of Edm. (d. 1758), 140, 208
-, Anne, m. Wm. Earle (d. 1774), 140
-, Anne, w. of Sir Thos., see Kirkham
-, Chas., 10
-, Edm. (d. 1651), 19, 56, 171–2
-, Edm. (d. 1717), 142
-, Edm. (d. 1758), 123, 140, 142, 208
-, Edm. (fl. 1789), 155
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Cresswell, 171
-, Giles, 56
-, John, 148
-, Marg., w. of Edm. (d. 1651), 19
-, Ric. (fl. 1609), and his w. Marg., 206
-, Ric. (d. 1611, ? the same), 171
-, Thos. (fl. 1569), 235
-, SirThos. (d. 1683), 10, 12, 171, 174
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1702), 171, 174
-, Thos. (d. 1704), 171, 174
-, Wm., 10–11, 13
-, fam., 148, 155, 173

Ethelwulf, King, 41, 55, 68, 224

Eton College (Bucks.), 107–8, 110, 112–13, 115–17

Eton College Housing Society, 107

evangelicalism, 49

Evans:
-, Ann, w. of Thos., 199
-, Anne, 210
-, Arthur, rector of Bremilham and of Little Somerford (d. 1893), 208, 210–11
-, Arthur, s. of Arthur, 208
-, Cath., m. F. H. Manley, 208
-, John, 165
-, Susan, see Wightwick
-, Thos., 198–9

Everard, Wal., 110

Everleigh, M., 180

Ewen, see Kemble

Ewyas (Herefs.), honor, 56, 198

excommunication, 203

Exeter College, see Oxford university

Eyre:
-, Eliz., m.— Smith, 109
-, Hen. (fl. 1370), 109
-, Hen. (d. 1424, ? another), 109
-, John, see Smith
-, Nic, 109

F.

fairs, see Malmesbury; Westport; Whitchurch

Faithfull, W. J. H., rector of Oaksey, 185

Faringdon Ho. (Berks., now Oxon.), as address, 30

farrier, 144

Fastolf, Sir John, and his w. Millicent, 69

Faussett, W . G., 18

Felix, Thos., rector of Little Somerford, 210

felony, 101

Feltham:
-, Anne, see West
-, Thos., 31

Fenn, Nic, rector of Little Somerford, vicar of Staverton, 211

Fenwick:
-, C. H., 172
-, Jane, see Bisset
-, Maur., 68
-, Mordaunt, 68

Ferrers, Earls, see Shirley

Ferris:
-, John, 183
-, T.W., 55

Fettiplace, Dan., rector of Draycot Cerne and of Yatesbury, 81

fields, overseers of the, 48, 101

Fiennes:
-, Alice, see FitzHugh
-, Gregory, Ld. Dacre, 216
-, Marg., Baroness Dacre, m. Sampson Lennard, 216
-, Thos., Ld. Dacre (d. 1533), 216
-, Thos., Ld. Dacre (d. 1541), 216

Filands (in Malmesbury and Westport), 127, 229, 235
-, brickworks, 232, 237
-, cust. tenants, 235
-, dom. archit., 232
-, hamlet, 231–2
-, man., 234
-, sch., 232

film producer, 209

fines, payments, and rents, see cert money; Malmesbury hundred: Tolsey; scotales; third penny; tithing penny

fire brigade, see Malmesbury

fire station, see Malmesbury

fisheries and fishing, 47, 201

Fisherton Anger, rectors of, see Atkinson; Nicholas, John

Fittes, Mr. and Mrs., 123

FitzAlan:
-, Hen., earl of Arundel, 197
-, Thos., earl of Arundel, 197
-, (or Mautravers), Wm., earl of Arundel (d. 1487), 197
-, Wm., earl of Arundel (d. 1544), 197

Fitzgerald:
-, Sarah, see Dewell
-, W. R., 141

FitzHamon:
-, Mabel, m. Rob., earl of Gloucester, 215
-, Rob., 215

FitzHubert, Rob., 136

FitzHugh:
-, Alice, m.—Fiennes, 216
-, Alice, w. of Hen., Ld. FitzHugh (d. 1472), 216
-, Eliz., see Grey
-, Geo., Ld. FitzHugh, 216, 219
-, Hen., Ld. FitzHugh (d. 1425), 216
-, Hen., Ld. FitzHugh (d. 1472), 216
-, Ric, Ld. FitzHugh, 216
-, Wm., Ld. FitzHugh, 216
-, fam., 213

FitzPayn, Rob., 179

FitzPons:
-, Drew, 189, 191–2
-, Ric, 189

FitzWilliam:
-, Julia (or Judith), see Boucher
-, Ric, Vct. FitzWilliam, 122–3
-, Wm., 122

Five Lanes (in Charlton and Hankerton), 38, 51, 96

Flagham Brook, 176

Flambard, Ranulph, 42, 44, 162–3

Fleet prison, see London

Fleming, John, 203

Flintham Hill, see Oaksey

Flisteridge, Agnes, 183

Flisteridge wood, see Crudwell

Foliot, Wm., 56

Folkestone:
-, Vcts., see Bouverie, Sir Jacob and Wm.
-, viscountcy, 163

football, 137

Ford:
-, Alice of, 56
-, Margery of, 56
-, Sim. of and his w. Ellen, 56

forest, see Braydon forest

forest law, 21

Forestry Commission, 218

Forman, Geo., 141

Foss Way, 1, 25, 27, 51, 83, 104, 129, 169

Fosse, see Brokenborough: man.

foundry, see Malmesbury: Westport Ironworks

Fowler:
-, Mary, see Carey
-, Ric, 43

Fowlswick, see Chippenham

Fox:
-, Charles James, 155
-, Eliz., w. of Hen., Baron Holland (d. 1840), 85, 172
-, Hen., Baron Holland (d. 1774), 19, 85, 155, 172, 189
-, (later Vassall), Hen., Baron Holland (d. 1840), 19, 22, 85, 172, 191, 234, 236
-, Hen., Baron Holland (d. 1859), 19, 85, 172, 189
-, Mary, w. of Hen., Baron Holland (d. 1859), 85, 87, 172, 189, 192
-, Mary, w. of Steph., Baron Holland, 85, 172
-, Sir Steph. (d. 1716), 207–8
-, Steph., Baron Holland (d. 1774), 19, 85, 172
-, Steph., earl of Ilchester, see Fox-Strangways
-, fam., 3, 85

Fox-Powys, Leopold, see Powys

Fox-Strangways:
-, Hen., earl of Ilchester (d. 1802), 210
-, Hen., earl of Ilchester (d. 1858), 210
-, (formerly Fox), Steph., earl of Ilchester, 210

Foxley, Alf. of, 84

Foxley, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11–12, 83–9, 168–9 170, 224, 236
-, adv., 12, 87
-, agric, 1, 85–6
-, boundaries, 83, 169
-, chap., 87
-, chaplain, 88
-, char., 89
-, ch., 13, 83, 87–8
-, common pastures, 85–6
-, curates, 88; and see Adlam; Carter; Crook; Jones, Thos.
-, dom. archit., 84–5
-, farms, 85–6
-, Foxley Manor, 83–5, 220
-, glebe, 84, 86–8
-, inc., 86
-, man., 19, 31, 56, 83–5, 87–8, 172, 229, 234–6
-,-, Player's, 85–6, 234
-, mill, 85
-, par. officers, 86
-, pk., 83, 86
-, place name, 85
-, polo ground, 83
-, poor relief, 86–7
-, pop., 83
-, prot. nonconf., 88–9
-, rectors, 12, 83, 86–7, 89, 229; and see Benett, Rob.; Crook; Hart, Wm.; Jeane; Marsh, G. T.; Martin, Wm.; Pitt, G. L.; Scurion; Shuttleworth; Stumpe, John; Thompson, Seth; Warneford, H. L.
-, rectory, 13, 87–8, 165
-, rectory ho., 83–4, 87–9
-, roads, 83
-, Romano–Brit, rem., 83; and see White Walls
-, sch., 13, 84, 89, 176
-, tithes, 87–8
-, village, 1–2, 83–4
-, White Walls, q.v.
-, woodland, 2, 85–6

France, 108; and see Aquitaine; Coutances; Louis VIII; St. Victor-enCaux

Francis, A. D. C, 140

Franklin, Rob., 219

Freeman:
-, Eliz., 56
-, John, 56
-, and see Jackson-Freeman

Freemantle, Guy, 188

freemasonry, see Malmesbury

Freer, Dan., rector of Bremilham, 13

French, fam., 109

Friend, Cecily, 183

friendly societies, see societies

Friesian cattle, 192; and see Holstein Friesian cattle

Fry:
-, J., & Co., 228
-, J.F., 140
-, John, 228
-, Jos., 228
-, Zephaniah (d. 1716), 225
-, Zephaniah (d. 1724), 225, 228

fullers and fulling, 146, 148, 192, 225

fur and skin dressing, 146

G.

G.W.R., 15, 66, 75, 131, 177, 195, 206, 223; and see Bristol & South Wales Railway

Gaby:
-, John, 171
-, Mary Anne, 31, 171
-, R. H., 163, 171, 235
-, Thos., 31, 171
-, Wal., 163

Gagen:
-, B. A., 171
-, K.J., 171

Gale:
-, Edm., 123, 140
-, Hen., rector of Garsdon, 92
-, J.W. P., 92
-, W. W., 92

gallows, 21, 184, 218–19; and see Stanton St. Quintin: gibbet

gardens, 167, 172, 234
-, allotment, 202–4; and see allotments
-, formal, 42, 78
-, landscaped, 42, 210
-, mkt., 46, 107, 114, 201, 236
-, ornamental, 31
-, terraced, 141

Garlick:
-, Geo. (fl. 1790), 140
-, Geo. (fl. 1820, another), 140
-, Mary, 233
-, Mrs., 140

garrisons, 39, 136, 237

Garsdon, 5, 37, 89–93, 95. 119, 120, 126
-, adv., 92–3
-, agric, 89, 91–2
-, almsho., 92
-, benefice, 49, 92
-, boundaries, 37, 89, 95
-, brickworks, 92
-, bridge, 90
-, char., 95
-, ch., 90, 92–3
-, common pastures, 2, 91
-, cts., 91
-, curates, 93; and see Davis, John
-, cust. tenants, 91
-, dom. archit., 90–1
-, farms, 91–2, 124
-, Garsdon Manor, 2, 90–1, 93
-, glebe, 93
-, inc., 91
-, ind., 92
-, man., 89–92, 95, 121, 123, 125, 142
-, mills, 38, 90, 92
-, Noah's Ark, 90
-, par. officers, 92
-, pk., 91, 124
-, place name, 89
-, poor relief, 92
-, pop., 90
-, prot. nonconf., 90, 93, 95
-, rectors, 93, 119, 125; and see Gale, Hen.; Gray; Harmer; Hay, R. W.; Herne, John; Methuen, T. A.; Simpson; Stratton, Nic. of
-, rectory, 92–3, 125
-, rectory ho., 90, 93
-, roads, 90
-, sch., 95
-, tithes, 93
-, village, 1–2, 90
-, woodland, 89, 91

Gascrick, see Purton

Gastrell:
-, John, 56
-, Ric, 56

gasworks, see Malmesbury

Gaunt, John of, duke of Lancaster, 56
-, his w., see Blanche

Gauze brook, 1, 104, 114, 129, 165, 169
-, name, 161

gavelmen, 44

Gawen, Sim., vicar of Malmesbury, 157–8, 164–5

Gawthrop:
-, R. W. (fl.c. 1918), 208
-, R. W. (fl. 1988, another), 208

Geering, Ant., and his w. Martha, 19

General Telephone and Electronics Corporation, 147–8

Geneste, Misses, 30–1

Geoffrey the marshal, 76

Geoffrey, Rog. s. of, see Roger

George III, chaplain to, see Demainbray

Gerish, Rob., rector of Crudwell and of Oaksey, 185

Gibbs, Phil., see Watts

Gibson, H. F., 30

Giffard, Osbern, 215, 217

Gilbert (fl. 1066), 139

Giles Green, see Brinkworth

Gillett & Johnston, 158

Glanvill, Marg., 57

Glastonbury (Som.), abbey, 6

Glemsford, John, and his w. Beatrice, 58

Glentoran, Baron, see Dixon

Gloucester:
-, Durand of, 57, 188, 191
-, Miles of, earl of Hereford, 188
-, Rog. of, 188
-, Wal. of, 188

Gloucester:
-, duke of, see Humphrey
-, earldom, 215
-, earls of, see Audley, Hugh de; Clare; Mandeville, Geof. de; Robert; William
-, honor, 215, 218

Gloucester, 63
-, as address, 186
-, hosp. of St. Bart., 98–9

Gloucestershire, 6, 51, 144, 146, 176, 192; and see Ashley; Beverstone; Charlton; Cirencester; Gloucester; Kemble; Minety; Newnton, Long; Nibley, North; Poole Keynes; Rendcomb; Sherborne House; Shipton Moyne; Sodbury, Chipping; Sodbury, Little; Sodbury, Old; Somerford Keynes; Tetbury
-, Coaley, vicar, see Hornidge
-, Staverton, vicar, see Fenn

glovers and glove making, 147, 209

glue making, 147

Goddard:
-, Edw. (fl. 1648), 19
-, Edw. (fl. 1700, ? another), 19
-, Francis, and his w. Marg., 163

Godfrey, C, 189

Godwin (fl. 1066), 139

Godwin:
-, A. D., 58
-, G.H., 58
-, J. P., 189
-, Jas., 192
-, Sarah, 30
-, fam., 192

Golding:
-, Rob. (fl. 1580), 123
-, Rob. (fl. 1610, another), 123
-, Thos. (d. 1610), 123
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1695), 123

Gonville and Caius College, see Cambridge university

Goodenough, Ric, 198

Goodridge, H. E., 158

Goose Green, see Somerford, Great

Gore:
-, Chas., and his w. Lydia, 112
-, Edw., 110, 112
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Hedges, 112
-, Ric, 110, 112
-, Thos. (d. 1684), and his w. Mary, 112
-, Thos. (d. 1697), 112

Goter, Thos., 31

Gould:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1728), and his w. Frances, 171
-, Edw. (d. c. 1775), 171
-, Edw. (fl. 1798), 171
-, fam., 173

Granby, marquess of, see Manners, John

Grange, D. J., 233

Grange farm, see Malmesbury: man.

Grantham, Baron, see Weddell

gravel extraction, 177, 182, 192, 225–6

Gray, T. S., rector of Garsdon, 92; and see Grey

Grayle:
-, David, 141
-, Hen. (fl. 1612), 141
-, Hen. (fl. 1654, ? another), 161, 200

grazier, 20

Green:
-, Ayliffe, 117–18
-, J. N., 78
-, John, vicar of Norton, 175
-, Mr., 19

Greenaway, Giles, 184; and see Greenway

Greenhill:
-, W. T., 78
-, fam., 78

Greenman:
-, B. W., 109
-, H.W., 109
-, John, 118
-, W. J., 109

Greenman's Lane, see Dauntsey

Greenway, Rob., 175; and see Greenaway

Greenwood, W. G., 198

Gresham, Sir Thos., 141

Grey:
-, Ant., earl of Kent, 55
-, Eliz., m. Hen. FitzHugh, Ld. Fitz-Hugh(d. 1425), 216
-, Hen., Baron Lucas of Crudwell, Marquess Grey, marquess of Kent, duke of Kent, 55
-, Lora, see St. Quintin
-, Mary, see Lucas
-, Sir Rob., 215–16
-, Thos. de, see Weddell
-, and see Gray

Grey:
-, ctss. de, see Yorke, Amabel
-, Earl de, see Weddell
-, Mchnss., see Campbell
-, Marquess, see Grey, Hen.

greyhounds, 21, 34, 101

Gridott:
-, Kellaway, 184
-, Wm., 184

Grinfield:
-, Edw., 198
-, Steddy, 198
-, Wm., 198

Grittenham (in Brinkworth), 5–7, 13, 15, 17–19, 29
-, agric., 20–1
-, as address, 84
-, boundaries, 15
-, common pastures, 17, 20
-, cts., 22
-, cust. tenants, 20
-, dom. archit., 17–18
-, farms, 20–1
-, Grittenham brook, 15
-, Grittenham Ho., 17
-, inc., 17, 20
-, man., 19–22, 24, 84, 189
-, mill, 21
-, pond, 17
-, pop., 15
-, prot. nonconf., 17, 24
-, reservoir, 15
-, sch., 17, 23–4
-, tithing, 13, 17, 20
-, trades, 21
-, village, 17
-, woodland, 15, 17, 20–1

Grittleton, 104–5
-, benefice, 174–5, 219
-, boundaries, 213
-, chap., 108
-, ch., 116
-, Grittleton Ho., 176

Grittleton estate, 109, 112, 171–2

Grobham:
-, Joan, m. John Howe, 6
-, Sir Ric, 6

grocers, 225

Grove farm, see Somerford, Great: man.

Grymer, Wm., 233

Guerlin (fl. 1066), 58

Guernsey cattle, 183

guild merchant, see Malmesbury

Guiness, G. S., 69

Gupwell, M., 190

H.

Haines, L., 79

Hakewill, J. H., 193, 203, 228

Hall, Thos., 141, 233

Ham, Mat. of, rector of Stanton St. Quintin, 220

Hamlin:
-, Alex., 112
-, John (d. by 1576), 112
-, John (fl. 1594), 112
-, Nic, 112
-, Thos., 112, 114
-, Wm., 112
-, fam., 112

Hampshire:
-, ealdorman, see Aelfheah
-, escheator, see Charlton, John
-, Titchfield, vicar, see Radcliffe
-, Winchester, bishop, see, Leutherius
-, and see Wellow

hangars, 55, 107, 164

Hankerton:
-, John of, 98
-, Wm. of, 98, 122

Hankerton, 5, 23, 38, 40, 55, 62, 94, 95–104
-, adv., 62, 102
-, agric, 58, 99–101
-, benefice, 61, 102, 184
-, boundaries, 37, 51, 95
-, Bullock's Horn, 90, 95–7, 100
-, chap., 3, 102
-, char., 103–4
-, ch., 3, 61–2, 95, 102–3
-, ch. ho., 102
-, Cloatley.q.v.
-, common meadow, 99
-, common pastures, 2, 59, 96, 99–102
-, cts., 99, 101
-, curates, 103; and see Wiggett
-, cust. tenants, 59, 99, 101
-, dom. archit., 96–7
-, farms, 33, 46, 97, 100–1, 103
-, Five Lanes, q.v.
-, glebe, 102
-, inc., 51, 96, 99–100, 102
-, Lock's brook, 95
-, man., 95, 97–9, 101–2
-,-, Rookery farm, 98, 100–1
-, mill, 101
-, Moredon, q.v.
-, poor relief, 102
-, pop., 96
-, prot. nonconf., 96, 103
-, roads, 96
-, Rom. Catholicism, 103
-, schs., 96, 103–4
-, street, 96
-, tithes, 99, 102
-, tithings, 6, 96, 101
-, trades, 101
-, vicarage, 49, 102
-, vicarage ho., 96, 102–3
-, vicars, 62, 102–3; and see Adkin; Hopkins; Wiggett
-, village, 2, 95–7, 99
-, Windmill Hill, q.v.
-, woodland, 101

Hankerton Corner(in Bremilham and Brokenborough), 9, 11, 28

Hankey, B. H., and his w. Maud, 216

Hanks:
-, Ann, m.— Belcher, 198, 200
-, Eliz., 198
-, Isaac, 198
-, Jos., 198–9
-, Josiah, 233
-, Wm., 198

Hannington, 102 n

Hardenhuish, rectors of, see Lake, Wm.; Smith, Sam.

Harding, John, 23

Hardwick (in Eldersfield, Worcs.):
-, as address, 84, 87
-, man., 84

Hardwicke, earl of, see Yorke, Phil.

Harford, Dan., rector of Crudwell, 62

Harmer, Thos., rector of Garsdon, 93

Harold, Earl, 108, 139, 148

Harpur, Rob., vicar of Malmesbury, 157

Harrington, Latham, & Co., 93

Harris:
-, Jas., earl of Malmesbury, 180–1
-, John, rector of Bremilham and of Easton Grey, vicar of Norton, 13, 175

Harrison, H. B., 188

Harrogate College Ltd., 193

Hart:
-, Edm., 85
-, Rob. (d. by 1666), and his w. Marg., 85
-, Rob. (another), 85
-, Wm., rector of Foxley, 88

Hartman, D., 11

Harvey:
-, Audley (fl. 1712), 140
-, Audley (d. 1774, another), 140
-, John (d. 1712), 140
-, John (fl. 1767), 140
-, Rob., 140
-, Sarah, m. John Lovell, 140

Hasard:
-, Alison (or Alice), see Parfet
-, Thos., 98

Hastings:
-, Cath., w. of Francis, earl of Huntingdon, 207
-, Edw., Ld. Hastings, 19, 122, 207
-, Francis, earl of Huntingdon, 19, 122, 207
-, Geo., earl of Huntingdon, 19, 122, 207
-, Hen., earl of Huntingdon, 19, 30, 43, 122–3, 207, 234
-, Mary, see Hungerford
-, fam., 30, 43, 234

Hathaway, Hen., 98

Hatton, Sir Chris., 207

haulage contractors, 21, 47, 60

Hawker:
-, R. L., 109
-, Ric., 78

Hawkins:
-, J.L., 181
-, John, 181
-, Leonard, and his w. Hester, 180
-, P. E., 78
-, P. E., s. of P. E., 78
-, Sir Ric, 197, 200, 202
-, Thos., 181

Hay:
-, Alice de la, see Standen
-, R. W., rector of Garsdon, and his w. Marg., 92
-, Wal. de la, 56

Haydon, W. H., 172

Hayes (Hays):
-, Chas., 142
-, Francis, 142
-, Fred., 44

Hayter:
-, (later Egerton), Francis, 208
-, John, 208
-, Wm., 208

Hayward:
-, W. B., 190
-, W. E., 190, 217

haywards, 48, 61, 80, 101, 115, 153, 226

Head:
-, C. W., 192
-, P., 192
-, Thos., rector of Brinkworth and of Milton, 23

Heath, Sam., 24

Hedges:
-, Eleanor, m. Jas. Montagu (d. 1790), 112
-, Eliz., see Gore
-, Thos., 112
-, Wm., 112

Heigham, Ralph of, rector of Sutton Benger, chancellor of Salisbury cath., 226

Henderson:
-, Alf., 181
-, Wm., 181

Heneage, Sir Thos., and his w. Mary, 180

Henry I, 226

Henry II (Hen. of Anjou), 136

Henry IV (Hen. of Lancaster, earl of Derby), 56, 108, 188, 200
-, his w., see Bohun, Mary de

Henry V, 179

Henry VI, 108, 115

Henry VII, 179

Henry, duke of Lancaster, 56

Henry, earl of Lancaster, 56
-, his w., see Chaworth, Maud of

Herbard, And., see Sparrow

Herbert:
-, Auberon, Baron Lucas of Crudwell, 55
-, Geo., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery, 122
-, Hen., earl of Carnarvon (d. 1811), 191
-, Hen., earl of Carnarvon (d. 1833), 191
-, Hen., earl of Carnarvon (d. 1849), 191, 193
-, Hen., earl of Carnarvon (d. 1987), 193
-, Hen., earl of Pembroke (d. 1601), 183
-, John, 143
-, Nan, Baroness Lucas of Crudwell, m. H. L. Cooper, 55
-, Reg., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery, 122–3
-, Rob., 191
-, Sid., Baron Herbert of Lea, 122–3
-, Sir Wm., earl of Pembroke, 233

Hereford:
-, Hen. of, 188
-, Mahelof, 188
-, Marg. of, m. Humph, de Bohun (fl. 1131 X 1146), 188
-, Wal. of, 188

Hereford:
-, earldom, 179, 188, 199
-, earls of, 181–2; and see Bohun; Gloucester, Miles of
-, honor, 188

Herefordshire, see Ewyas

Herefordshire cattle, 174

heretics, 203

hermitage, 238

Hermitage, the, see Westport: chap.

Herne:
-, Eliz., 92
-, John, rector of Garsdon, 93

Herriard:
-, Ela, see Ela
-, Ric. of, 197, 202
-, fam., 199

Herring, John, 77

Hesdin:
-, Ernulf of, 55
-, Maud of, m. Patrick of Chaworth, 56

Hewer, Wm., and his w. Hannah, 181

Hibberd:
-, Edm., 98
-, John (fl. 1440), 98
-, John (fl. 1605), 98
-, Wm., 98
-, fam., 98

Higgins:
-, E. E., 91
-, E. H., 91
-, I. R., 91

Highman, A. R., 142

Hill:
-, Francis, 142, 146
-, Geo., 142
-, John (fl. 1689), 207
-, John (fl. 1840), 31
-, Sam., rector of Little Somerford and of Kilmington, vicar of Eisey, canon of Wells, 211
-, T. D., 141

Hill farm, see Oaksey: man.

Hinton:
-, Ant., 84
-, Thos., 84

Hislop:
-, A. C, 97–8
-, A.T., 97
-, Dorothy, 97

Hitchings, J. T., 172

Hobbes:
-, Thos., father of Thos. (d. 1679), curate of Brokenborough, 35, 232
-, Thos. (d. 1679), philosopher, 35, 232, 240
-, Thos. (fl. 1735), 199
-, Wm., 146

hockey, 137

Hodges, Eliz., 35, 157, 160–1

Holford:
-, Geo. (d. 1839), 10
-, Sir Geo. (fl. 1915), 10
-, Peter, 10
-, R. S., 10, 12
-, Rob. (d. 1753), 10
-, Rob. (d. 1838), 10

Holland, Barons, 19; and see Fox

Hollinworth, John, curate of Charlton, vicar of Westport, 49

Hollis:
-, Eliz., m. John Teagle, 190
-, John, 190
-, Rob. (fl. 1761), 190, 192
-, Rob. (d. c. 1820, another), and his w. Eliz., 190
-, Wm., 190

Holstein Friesian cattle, 60; and see Friesian cattle

Holtham:
-, John, 180
-, Ric, 180

Hooper:
-, John, 111
-, Wm., 111
-, fam., 111

Hopkins, John, vicar of Hankerton, 103

Horn, T. L., 234

Horner:
-, Susanna, see Strangways
-, Thos., 85

horngeld, freedom from, 150

Hornidge, Thos., curate of Beverstone, vicar of Norton and of Coaley, 175

horses, 33, 145; and see steeplechases; stud farms

Horton:
-, Edw., 109–10
-, Thos. (d. 1530), and his w. Mary, 109
-, Thos. (d. 1549), and his w. Margery, 109
-, Wm., 110, 113

Hosed, Wal., 139

hospitals, see Burton Hill: hosp. of St. Mary Magdalene; Charlton; Gloucester: hosp. of St. Bart.; London: hosp. of the Savoy; Malmesbury: hosp., hosp. of St. Anthony, hosp. of St. John; Westport: 'smallpox ho.'

hotels, 31, 60, 180, 216, 223, 232; and see Malmesbury: inns (Old Bell hotel)

Houlton:
-, John, 189–90
-, Jos., 189, 192
-, Mary, w. of Nat., 189
-, Nat., 189, 197
-, fam., 190

hound, 202

housebreaking, 117

Howard:
-, Cath., see Knyvett
-, Chas., duke of Norfolk (d. 1815), 184
-, Chas., earl of Berkshire (d. 1679), 41, 50
-, Chas., earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire (d. 1876), 18, 41, 98
-, Frances, m.— Winchcombe, 23, 35, 49–50, 98, 103–4
-, Hen., earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire (d. 1757), 41, 45
-, Hen., earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire (d. 1779), 41–3, 155
-, Hen., earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire (d. 1779, s. of Hen. d. 1779), 41
-, Hen., earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire (d. 1898), 41
-, Hen., earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire (d. 1917), 41, 234
-, John, earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire, 33, 41, 43, 46, 49, 98, 100, 122, 142, 238
-, Mary, dau. of Thos., earl of Berkshire (d. 1706), 50
-, Mary, w. of Hen., earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire (d. 1898), 147
-, Mic, earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire, 18, 41, 43, 91, 97, 101, 122, 142, 234
-, Thos., earl of Berkshire (d. 1669), 18, 31, 41, 43, 45, 50, 89, 99,
-, Thos., earl of Berkshire (d. 1706), 41, 49–50, 98, 233
-, Thos., earl of Suffolk (d. 1626), 6, 18, 41–3, 97, 148, 155
-, Thos., earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire (d. 1783), 41
-, Thos., Vct. Andover, earl of Suffolk and of Berkshire (d. 1851), 18, 30–1, 41, 46, 49–50, 91–2, 97, 99, 103, 122–3, 142, 234–5
-, Victoria, 39
-, fam., 2–3, 30, 39, 97, 233

Howe:
-, Hen., Baron Chedworth, 6
-, Joan, see Grobham
-, John, 6
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. by 1675), s. of John, 6
-, John, Baron Chedworth (d. 1742), 6
-, John, Baron Chedworth (d. 1762), 6
-, John, Baron Chedworth (d. 1804), 6
-, Sir Ric, Bt. (d. 1703), 6
-, Sir Ric., Bt., (d. 1730), 6

Hugh, provost of Malmesbury, 139

Hughes:
-, A., 158
-, Frank, 216
-, Geo., 216
-, N.G., 55
-, Ric, 192

Hulbert:
-, Hen., 207
-, Mic, 140

Hulberts Green, see Brinkworth

Hull, fam., 225

Hullavington:
-, Hugh of, 109
-, Ralph of, 109
-, fam., 109

Hullavington, 5, 7, 104–18, 106, 160, 168, 175, 216
-, adv., 116–17, 175
-, agric, 112–14
-, benefice, 116
-, boundaries, 104–5, 127, 169
-, Bradfield, q.v.
-, cemetery, 107
-, chant., 117
-, chap., 105, 116
-, chaplains, 117
-, char., 117–18
-, ch., 88, 104–5, 109, 112, 116–18
-, ch. ho., 107, 108
-, common meadow, 113
-, common pastures, 113
-, cts., 115, 117
-, curates, 88, 117; and see Jones, Thos.
-, cust. tenants, 112–13
-, dom. archit., 105, 107
-,-, Court Ho., 105, 107
-, farms, 109–10, 113–14, 164
-, glebe, 112, 116
-, inc., 1, 105, 113, 115–16
-, inns, 107
-, man., 105, 107–12, 115–16
-,-, Rectory, 112, 116
-, mills, 114
-, Newtown, 107, 118
-, Piccadilly, 107
-, poor relief, 115–16
-, pop., 105
-, prehist. rem., 105
-, priory, see Clatford: priory
-, prot. nonconf., 107, 118
-, R.A.F.sta., 104–5, 107, 110, 114, 129, 161, 163, 213–16, 218
-, rly. sta., 108
-, rectory, 112
-, roads, 104–5
-, schs., 118
-, street, 104–5
-, Surrendell, q.v.
-, tithes, 112–13, 116
-, tithing, 115
-, trades, 114
-, vestry, 116
-, vicarage, 116, 174–5, 219
-, vicarage ho., 107, 116
-, vicars, 88, 113, 116–17; and see Adlam; Banks; Carter; Emly; Latimer, Wm.; Mandeville, John; Moore, John; Radcliffe; Stanley; Ward, Rob.
-, village, 1–2, 104–5, 107
-, woodland, 2, 110, 115

Hume-Campbell:
-, Alex., Ld. Polwarth, 55
-, Amabel, see Yorke
-, and see Campbell

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester (d. 1447), 108

Humphrey (fl. 1086), 18

hundreds, see Chedglow; Chippenham; Damerham, North; Dunlow; Malmesbury hundred; Startley; Thorngrove

Hungerford:
-, Sir Ant. (fl. 1528), 238
-, Ant. (fl. early 17th cent.), 123
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1657, ? another), 155, 162, 188, 192, 207
-, Cecily, w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1607), m. 2 Francis Manners, earl of Rutland, 162, 188, 207
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1607), 162, 188, 207
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1648), 136, 216
-, Edw. (d. 1681), 216
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1711), 162, 188, 207
-, Eleanor, w. of Sir Rob., Ld. Hungerford and Moleyns, see Moleyns
-, Eleanor, w. of Wal., Ld. Hungerford, see Arundel
-, Geo., and his w. Eliz., 166
-, Sir Giles, 162, 188, 216
-, Marg., m. Rob. Sutton, Baron Lexinton, 216
-, Marg., w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1648), 216–17
-, Marg., w. of Sir Giles, 162, 216
-, Mary, Baroness Botreaux, Hungerford, and Moleyns, m. 1 Edw. Hastings, Ld. Hastings, 2 Sir Ric.
-,-, Sacheverell, 18–19, 122, 207
-, Sir Rob., Ld. Hungerford and Moleyns, 122, 207
-, Thos., 123
-, Wal., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1449), 197
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1516), 122
-, Wal., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1540), 122
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1596), 162
-, Wal. (d. 1754), 140, 166
-, fam., 30, 43, 155, 208, 234

Hunloke, Sir Phil., 141

Huntbache:
-, John, 22
-, Thos., 22

Huntingdon, earls of, 234; and see Hastings

Huntley:
-, Eliz., see Read
-, F. J., 163, 216
-, Wm., 216

Hurley, Ralph of, 58

Husee:
-, Margery, see St. Quintin
-, Sir Rog., 215

Hutchins:
-, Edw., rector of Bnnkworth, canon of Salisbury, 23
-, Ric, 202

Hutchinson, G. H. H., vicar of Westport, 49, 239

Huxley, Gervas, 178

Hyam (in Brokenborough and Westport):
-, farm, 33, 233–4, 236
-, Hyam Pk., 233–4
-, man., 233–4
-, pk., 27, 32–3, 35, 229, 231, 233, 235–6, 238
-, warren, 32, 235
-, wood, 11, 27, 32–3, 231, 235–6
-, keeper, 233

I.

Idover, see Dauntsey; Dauntsey: man.

Iford (in Westwood), as address, 109

Ilchester, earls of, see Fox-Strangways

improvement commissioners, see Malmesbury

inclosure, see under places

Independents, 24, 35, 50, 63, 73, 103, 118, 126, 159, 165, 168, 176, 203, 211, 221, 239

industrial instruction, 50

industries, see (for cross references) trades and industries

Ine, King, 90, 139, 162, 166

Ingelbourne (fortified place), see Bladon

Ingelbourne (river), 129; and see Avon (Bristol): Sherston branch and Tetbury branch

Ingram, Geo., Vct. Irvine, rector of Crudwell, canon of Westminster Abbey, chaplain to Ho. of Commons, 42

inhooks, 32

Inigo-Jones, see Neeld, L. W. and R. W.

inns, see under places, and see hotels

Inskip, J., 180

intercommoning, 1, 58, 167, 182

Invalid Children's Aid Society, 39

ironmonger, 92

iron working, 237; and see Malmesbury: Westport Ironworks

Irvine, L. J., 109

Irvine, Vct., see Ingram

Isabel, queen of King John, m. Geof. de Mandeville, earl of Gloucester, 139, 215

Ivy:
-, Geo., 108–9
-, Giles, 108
-, St. John, 109
-, Thos. (d. 1642), 105, 108, 110
-, Thos. (fl. 1676), and his w. Marg., 109

J.

Jackson, J. E., rector of Leigh Delamere, vicar of Norton, 89, 168, 175–6

Jackson-Freeman, Mrs., 57

Jacob:
-, Anne (d. 1710), 89, 176
-, Anne (d. 1762), w. of John (d. 1742), 109
-, Anne(d. 1787), 109, 123
-, Eliz., m. John Buxton, 123
-, John (d. 1705), 123, 172
-, John (d. 1728 or 1729), 123, 172–3
-, John (d. 1742), 109, 172
-, John (d. 1776), 109, 172
-, Mary, m. Jas. Clutterbuck, 109, 123
-, Sir Rob., Bt., see Buxton
-, Thos., 109–10, 118
-, fam., 105

Jamaica, bp. of, see Lipscomb

James I, 39

James II (Jas., duke of York), 68

James:
-, Anne, w. of Edm. (d. by 1675), m. 2 Wm. Cole (d. 1701), 111, 163
-, Edm. (d. 1620), 111, 163
-, Edm. (d. by 1675), 111, 163
-, Giles, and his w. Mary, 110
-, Hen., 110
-, Marg., dau. of Edm. (d. 1620), 163
-, Marg., dau. of Edm. (d. by 1675), 111
-, Marg., w. of Edm., see Richman
-, Marg., w. of Sim., see Chadderton
-, Mary, m. Ric. Lewis, 110
-, Richman, 111
-, Sim., 110–11, 117
-, Woodland, 110

Jarrard, A. H., 18, 41

Jason:
-, Rob. (d. 1634), 197, 200
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1675), 197, 200, 202
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1687), 197

Jeane, Ric, rector of Bremilham and of Foxley, 12, 88

Jefferies:
-, Hen., 103
-, John, 234
-, Thos., 103

Jenner, Rob., 160–1

Jersey, rector of St. Clement's, see Seale

Jersey cattle, 225

Jesus College, see Oxford university

Jewell, John, bp. of Salisbury, 150

Jews, see refugees

Joan, queen of Hen. IV, 108, 115–16

John, King, 139, 197, 215

John of Malmesbury, And. s. of, see Andrew

Joliffe (or Beaumond), Rog., 98

Jones:
-, A., 216
-, Amelia, w. of S. H., 216
-, Hen., 181
-, Hester, see Phelps
-, John (fl. 1477), rector of Dauntsey, 72
-, John (d. 1611), 171
-, John(fl.c. 1780), 43
-, Mary, m. Lazarus Birtill, 197
-, R. D., 216
-, S., 163
-, S. H., 163, 216
-, Thos. (fl. 1724), 43
-, Thos. (fl. 1793–1805), curate of Foxley, of Hullavington, and of Norton, 175
-, Thos. (fl. 1804, another), 43
-, Wm. (d. 1610), 171
-, Wm. (fl. 1611), 171
-, (later Smith), Wm. (d. 1833), 197, 201
-, Mrs., 147
-, fam., 173

justices of the peace, see Malmesbury: borough

K.

Kairdureburgh, see Brokenborough

Kecy:
-, Miles, 57
-, Miles, s. of Miles, 57

Kekewich, S., 57

Kellaways:
-, curate, see West, Francis
-, rector, 35

Kemble:
-, C. A., 40, 43
-, Chas., 43, 141, 155, 208
-, Charlotte, dau. of Chas., 155
-, Charlotte, w. of Chas., 43, 141, 155, 164, 208, 238
-, Frances, w. of Steph., 208
-, Steph., 141, 208
-, fam., 43

Kemble (Glos. from 1896), 5–6, 51, 55, 58
-, boundaries, 176
-, Ewen, 5
-, R.A.F.sta., 29, 55, 59–60
-, vicar, see Copson, John
-, Wick Green, q.v.
-, Woodlands, q.v.

Kemble Wick, see Wick Green

Kenn (Som.), 176

Kent:
-, duke of, see Grey, Hen.
-, earl of, see Grey, Ant.
-, marquess of, see Grey, Hen.

Kent, see Canterbury
-, Milton, rector, see Head, Thos.
-, Sandwich, vicar of St. Clement's, see Radcliffe

Kerfoot, fam., 193–4

Kettleby, And., 183

Kew (Surr.), 203

Kilbury:
-, Anne, w. of Rog., m. 2 Edw. Webb, 112
-, Rog., 112
-, Rog., s. of Rog., 112

Kilmington (formerly Som.), rector of, see Hill, Sam.

Kilmister:
-, Rob., 175
-, Wm. (d. 1847), 172
-, Wm. (d. 1886), 172

King:
-, J.D., 92
-, Mat., 31, 155, 235

Kingershay, see Charlton

King's Heath, see Westport

Kingston, R., 190

Kington, West, rector of, see Davenant

Kington Langley (in Kington St. Michael), 75, 82
-, Langley, estate, 213
-, prot. nonconf., 228
-, vicarage, 81
-, vicarage ho., 81

Kington St. Michael, 116
-, Easton Piercy, 5–7, 233
-, Kington Langley, q.v.
-, prioress, 202
-, priory, 192, 202

Kingway, see roads: Malmesbury-Chippenham

Kinneir, Ric, 143, 234

Kirkham, Anne, m. Sir Thos. Estcourt (d. 1683), 10

Knabwell:
-, Phil, of, 110
-, Wm. of, and his w. Amice, 78, 110

Knabwell, see Draycot Cerne

Knapp, Ric, 197

Knight-Adkin, H. K., see Adkin

Knoyle, East, rector of, see Clifford, Sam.

Knyvett:
-, Cath., m. Thos. Howard, earl of Suffolk (d. 1626), 6, 18, 41, 97
-, Eliz., see Stumpe
-, Sir Hen., 2, 6, 18, 21, 30–1, 41, 45, 47, 50, 97, 141, 155, 166, 180, 183, 233, 235

Kyffin, Sarah, m. Mat. Sloper, 43, 143

L.

Lacock, vicar of, see Atkinson

lace making, 147, 160

Lacy, Jas. de, 58

Lake:
-, Gilb., vicar of Seagry and of Westport, 193
-, Wm., rector of Hardenhuish and of Great Somerford, vicar of Chippenham, canon of Salisbury, 202–3

lakes, see Oaksey

Lamerie, Paul, 88

Lancashire, 147

Lancaster:
-, Hen. of, see Henry IV
-, T. B., 112

Lancaster:
-, duchy, 56, 179, 183
-,-, chancellor, see Heneage
-, dukes of, see Gaunt; Henry
-, earl of, see Henry

Langley, estate, see Kington Langley

Langley Burrell, 227

Langton:
-, Joan, m.—Lewis, 233
-, John(fl. 1625), 233
-, John, s. of John (fl. 1625), 233
-, John, grds. of John (fl. 1625), and his w. Eliz., 233
-, Rob., 233
-, Sir Thos. (d. c. 1672), 233
-, Thos. (d. c. 1696), 233

larch, 192

Latimer:
-, Rob., rector of Leigh Delamere, 240
-, Wm., vicar of Hullavington and of Malmesbury, 117

Lavington, Market, 73

Law:
-, A. R., rector of Dauntsey, 72
-, Arthur, rector of Dauntsey, 71–2

Lawrence:
-, Sir Geof., Baron Oaksey, Baron Trevethin, 179, 181
-, John, Baron Oaksey, Baron Trevethin, 181

Lawton, Wm., rector of Crudwell, 62

Lea:
-, Pain of, Rob. s. of, see Robert
-, Ric. of, 43
-, Ric, s. of Ric. of, 43
-, Ric. of (? another), and his w. Eve, 78
-, Rob. of, 18, 234, 237

Lea, Baron Herbert of, see Herbert, Sid.

Lea (in Lea and Cleverton), 7, 91, 93
-, Brill's Court (ho.), 119
-, ch., 3, 92, 119, 125–6, 237
-, common pastures, 2, 124
-, cts., 7, 21, 125
-, cust. tenants, 124
-, dom. archit., 119, 121
-, farms, 122
-, inns, 121
-, man., 30, 43, 122–5, 234
-, place name, 119
-, pond, 121
-, pop., 119
-, prot. nonconf., 24, 121, 126
-, rectory ho., 121
-, sch., 95, 121, 126
-, street, 121
-, tithing, 119, 125
-, village, 2, 90, 119, 121
-, woodland, 121

Lea and Cleverton, 5, 89, 93, 119–26, 120, 159, 161, 204
-, agric, 123–4
-, benefice, 49, 92–3, 125
-, boundaries, 119
-, bridges, 119
-, chap., 125
-, chaplains, 125; and see Davis, John
-, char., 126
-, ch., 125–6; and see Lea: ch.
-, Cleverton, q.v.
-, common meadow, 124
-, common pastures, 124–5
-, cts., 34, 125
-, curates, 125
-, cust. tenants, 124
-, dom. archit., 121
-, farms, 122–4
-, glebe, 125
-, inc., 123–4, 126
-, inns, 121, 125
-, Lea, q.v.
-, man., 121–5
-,-, Brill's Court, 123
-,-, Westfield, 122
-, mill, 121, 124–5
-, pk., 124
-, place name, 119
-, poor relief, 125
-, pop., 119
-, prot. nonconf., 121, 126
-, rectory ho., 121, 125
-, roads, 119
-, schs., 121, 126
-, tithes, 123, 125
-, tithings, 6, 119, 125
-, vestry, 125
-, woodland, 119, 124
-, workho., 125

Lee:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Wharton, marquess of Wharton, 12, 122, 139, 142
-, Anne, w. of Sir Hen., see Danvers
-, Eleanor, m. Jas. Bertie, earl of Abingdon, 122–3, 139, 142, 166, 191
-, Sir Hen., Bt., 122, 139, 142
-, fam., 155

Leet, Mary, 200

Leicestershire, see Loughborough

Leigh Delamere:
-, benefice, 116, 174–5, 219
-, place name, 119
-, rectors, see Jackson; Latimer, Rob.
-, Sevington, 202

Leland, John, 146, 156

Lennard:
-, Hen., 216
-, John, 216
-, Marg., see Fiennes
-, Sampson, 216

Leofsige (fl. before 1066), 18

Leutherius, bp. of Winchester, 139

level crossing, 196

Levick, Sir Hugh, 78

Lewen, Rob., 21

Lewis:
-, F. L., & Sons, 91
-, Joan, see Langton
-, Mary, see James
-, Ric, 110
-, Thos., 110

Lexinton, Baron, see Sutton, Rob.

Ley, Jas., earl of Marlborough, 78

liberties (franchises), see brugbote; burghbote; gallows; horngeld; Oaksey: liberty; scot; wardwyte; warrens : free warren

libraries and reading rooms, 196, 203, 214; and see Malmesbury: library

licences:
-, to crenellate, 179
-, to live outside the man., 61

Lichfield, John, rector of Brinkworth, of Childrey, and of St. Augustine's Watling St. (Lond.), 23

Light, the, see Bremilham

lights (eccl.), 103, 117, 125, 202, 210, 227

lights manufacture, 147–8

lignite, 237

Lilford, Barons, see Powys

Lilly brook, 15

lime making, 60, 92, 167

Linolite Ltd., 147–8

Lipscomb, Chris., vicar of Sutton Benger, bp. of Jamaica, 228

Lisle:
-, Adelize, m. Reynold or Rob. de Dunstanville, 69, 197
-, Humph., 69, 197, 200–1

Llewellins & James, 158, 203, 228

Lloyd:
-, Anne, see Oatridge
-, John, 180

Lloyds Bank Ltd., 147

Logistics Command, 55

Lombard, Wm., rector of Brinkworth, 23

Londesborough, ctss. of, see Denison

London, 71, 146–7
-, Fleet prison, 202
-, hosp. of the Savoy, 140
-, Norfolk Ho., 58
-, St. Augustine's, Watling St., rector of, see Lichfield
-, University Coll., see Church
-, Weavers' Company, 21
-, Westminster Abbey, canon, see Ingram

London Brick Co., 69

Long:
-, Anne, 197
-, Cath., m. Wm. Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley, earl of Mornington (d. 1857), 77. 190, 224
-, Cath., w. of Sir Jas., see Windsor
-, Chas., 82
-, Dorothy, w. of Sir Jas. (d. 1692), 77, 82
-, Gifford, 197
-, Sir Giles, Bt., 77, 224
-, Sir Hen., 42, 77–9, 183, 219, 224
-, Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1692), 77, 224
-, Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1729), 77, 224
-, (later Tylney-Long), Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1794), 77–8, 82, 190, 197–8, 224
-, John, 77–8, 81
-, Rachel, 82
-, Sir Ric, 199
-, Rob. (d. 1564), 199
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1581), 42, 77–8, 224, 226
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1692), 77, 224
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1767) 77, 224
-, Sir Thos., 77, 82
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1610), 42, 77, 224
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1637), 77–8, 224
-, Wm., 199
-, fam., 2–3, 30, 75, 78–9, 81–2
-, and see Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley; Tylney-Long

Longespé:
-, Ela, see Salisbury
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury, 199

looms, 146

Loughborough (Leics.), 186, 203

Louis VIII (of France), 179

Lovell:
-, Charlotte, w. of Peter (d. 1841), 140
-, Frank, 140
-, John, 140
-, Peter (d. 1841), 140
-, Peter (d. 1869), 140
-, Peter (d. 1909), and his w. Rosalind, 140
-, Sarah, see Harvey
-, Willes, 140

Lower farm, see Oaksey: man.

Lowther:
-, Jas., 111
-, Joan, see Collingbourne

Lucas:
-, John(d. 1556), 55, 61
-, John, Baron Lucas of Shenfield (d. 1671), 55, 63
-, John (d. 1842 or 1843), 181
-, Mary, Baroness Lucas of Crudwell, m. Ant. Grey, earl of Kent, 55
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1611), and his w. Mary, 55
-, Thos. (d. 1625), 55
-, Thos. (fl. 1910), 181

Lucas of Crudwell:
-, Baronesses, see Campbell; Herbert, Nan; Lucas, Mary; Weddell; Yorke, Amabel
-, Barons, see Cowper, Francis; Grey, Hen.; Herbert, Auberon; Weddell

Lucas of Shenfield, Baron, see Lucas, John

Luce:
-, C. R., 147
-, Thos., 147–8

Luckington:
-, benefice, 12, 87
-, rector, see Birch

Ludlow, Hannah, 104

Luttrell, fam., 166

Lutyens, E. J. T., 179

Lyeford, John, 18

Lygon:
-, Eliz., see Stradling
-, Reg., 61
-, Wm., 12, 71

Lyne:
-, H. C., 142
-, J. G., 142
-, fam., 11

Lyneham, 15, 65, 193; and see Bradenstoke

Lype:
-, Edith, 43
-, Hen., 43
-, Rob., 43

Lype, see Charlton

Lype, Great, see Charlton: man.

Lyte:
-, Jas., 110
-, Thos., 110

M.

Machell:
-, Geo., 98
-, John, 98

Machon, Ric, rector of Brinkworth and of Crudwell, precentor of St. David's, 23, 62

Macleod, Malcolm, 172

McMiram, C. L., 140

Magdalen College, see Oxford university

Mailduib (fl. mid 7th cent.), 9 n, 127

Malliard:
-, John, 31
-, Thos., 31

Malmesbury:
-, John of, And. s. of, see Andrew
-, Nic. of, 143, 156
-, Wm. of, 137

Malmesbury, earl of, see Harris, Jas.

Malmesbury, 1–2, 5–7, 25, 27, 38, 48, 51, 56, 76, 84, 92, 92, 108, 127–68, 128, 130, 133, 194, 197, 199, 229, 233. 235, 238, 240
-, abbey, 1–3, 5–6, 9–11, 17, 19, 21–3, 25, 29–32, 34, 37–8, 41–2, 44, 47–9. 51, 53, 55, 57–8, 60–1, 65, 68, 71, 85–7, 89–90, 92–3, 95, 97–102, 121–5, 127, 131–3. 136–7, 139, 141–5, 148–9, 152, 155–7, 161–7, 171–4, 182, 207, 210, 221, 224, 226, 229, 233–5, 237–8
-,-, abbots, 44, 78, 91–2, 115, 133, 136, 138, 140, 144, 146, 154–5, 157, 210, 218, 224, 226; and see Aidhelm; Colerne
-,-, chamberlain, 93
-,-, charters, 1, 41, 139, 152
-,-, ch., 3, 133–4, 136, 156, 156–7, 157, 160, 239; archit., 157–8
-,-, estate, 2, 5, 7
-,-, honor, 135
-,-, library, 238
-,-, monks, 25, 136
-,-, precinct, 127, 132–4, 151, 153, 237
-,-, sacrist, 44, 58, 226
-, Abbey (civil par.), 132, 153, 237
-,-, constable, 153
-,-, poor relief, 153
-, Abbey Ho., 2, 45, 133–4, 148, 157
-, adv., 155, 164, 238
-, agric, 143–6
-, airfield, see Hullavington: R.A.F. sta.
-, almshos., 153, 160–1; and see Malmesbury: hosp. of St. John
-, ambulance sta., 135
-, bacon factory, 29, 34, 147
-, bp. (suffragan), 136; and see Ramsay
-, Blick's Hill, 127, 138
-, borough (corporation, to 1886), 3, 5–6, 127, 131–2, 139, 149–52, 154, 157, 159, 161, 231, 234, 236–7
-,-, alderman and burgesses, 131–2, 139, 143, 150–1, 154–5, 157. 159–60, 221, 238
-,-, aldermen, 131–2, 150–1, 236
-,-, arms, 152, 152
-,-, boundaries, 132, 133, 151
-,-, burgesses, 6, 85, 131, 137, 143, 150, 154; assistant burgesses, 150–1, 155; capital burgesses, 150–1, 154, 236; free burgesses, 151; parl. burgesses, 154
-,-, char., 151, 159–60
-,-, charters, 131, 137, 149–51, 155, 159–60, 234, 236
-,-, commoners, 150–1, 155, 236
-,-, coroner, 150–1
-,-, cts., 150–3, 221, 236–7
-,-, guildhalls, 134, 151, 231
-,-, half-hundreds, 149–50
-,-, hundreds, 149–50
-,-, insignia, 152
-,-, J.P.s, 150–1
-,-, landholders, 150–1, 155
-,-, lands, 143, 149–50, 234, 238; and see Westport: King's Heath
-,-, M.P.s, 154–5
-,-, police force, 153
-,-, poor relief, 153
-,-, seals, 152, 152
-,-, serjeants-at-mace, 150
-,-, stewards, 150–1; deputy stewards, 150–1, 155; high stewards, 150–1, 155
-,-, twenty-four, 150
-,-, and see Malmesbury: guild merchant, municipal borough, and warden and freemen
-, boundaries, 37, 127, 133, 204
-, breweries, 136, 147–8
-, bridges, 129, 134
-,-, St. John's bridge, 108, 134
-, burgage tenement, 207
-, Burton Hill, q.v.
-, Bynport, 132, 231
-,-, half-hundred, 149–50
-, castle, 132, 136
-,-, castellan, 136
-,-, constable, 6–7
-, cemetery, 154, 233
-, chap., 143, 155, 157; and see Corston: chap.; Rodbourne: chap,
-, char., 157, 159–61, 199–200
-, ch. of St. Paul, 127, 133–4, 143, 149, 151. 153, 155–8, 229, 239
-,-, chant., 143, 156
-, chs., 34, 155–8; and see Malmesbury: abbey (ch.)
-, cinema, 137
-, civil pars., 132; and see Malmesbury: Abbey (civil par.), Malmesbury St. Paul Within, and St. Paul Malmesbury Without
-, Civil War, 132, 134, 136, 153, 231, 237, 239
-, cloth factory, 135
-, clubs (sports), 137
-, Cole park, see Cowfold
-, common, see Westport: King's Heath
-, constables, 151–3
-, Corston, q.v.
-, cts., 135, 150–3, 237; and see Malmesbury: borough (cts.)
-, Cowbridge, q.v.
-, Cowfold, q.v.
-, Cross Hayes, 134–5, 147, 149, 151–2, 154, 158–60, 189
-, curate, 157–8
-, deanery, 61, 72, 81, 93, 102, 116, 155–6, 202, 210, 227, 238
-, fairs, 148–9, 156; and see Westport: fairs
-, Filands, q.v.
-, fire brigade, 154
-, fire sta., 135, 154
-, freemasonry, 136–7
-, freemen, 159–60; and see Malmesbury: warden and freemen
-, gasworks, 154
-, glebe, 156
-, guild merchant, 131, 143, 146, 149, 234, 236
-,-, alderman, 149
-,-, stewards, 149
-, hosp., 27–8, 135–7, 154, 161, 233
-, hosp. of St. Anthony, 136
-, hosp. of St. John, 134, 143, 151, 156, 108, 199
-,-, almshos., 134, 151–2, 160–1
-,-, chap., 156
-,-, sch., 151, 159–60, 199
-, hosp. of St. Mary Magdalene, see Burton Hill
-, improvement commissioners, 154
-, ind., 146–8, 232, 237
-, inns, 134, 136–9
-,-, Old Bell hotel, 132–4, 136, 157
-, King's Heath, see Westport
-, library, 154
-, Malmesbury St. Paul Within, 132
-, man., 121–2, 139–43, 148, 150, 155, 166, 237
-,-, Borough, 139, 234, 238
-,-, Burnt Heath, 142, 144–5
-,-, Grange farm, 123, 140, 142–4
-,-, Rectory, 143
-,-, Southfield, 122, 143, 145
-,-, Whiteheath, 141, 144–5
-, mkts., 1, 132, 148–9, 231
-,-, clerk, 150
-,-, mkt. cross, 92, 134, 149, 189
-,-, mkt. places, 134, 149; and see Malmesbury: Cross Hayes
-,-, and see Westport: mkts.
-, mechanics'institute, 154
-, Milbourne, q.v.
-, milk depot, 147
-, mills, 134–5, 144, 146–8
-, municipal borough, 27, 129, 132, 151, 154, 229
-,-, aldermen, 151
-,-, arms, 152
-,-, council, 135, 148, 151, 154
-,-, councillors, 151
-,-, mayor, 151, 161
-, museum, 154
-, Nethewalle, 134
-, par. officers, 153
-, pks., see Cowfold; West park
-, parl. rep., 3, 154–5
-, place name, 127
-, police sta., 153–4
-, poor relief, 61, 127, 153
-, poor-law union, 11, 22, 34, 48, 61, 71, 87, 92, 102, 116, 125, 153, 174, 184, 202, 210, 237
-,-, workho., 27–9, 35, 48, 135, 153
-, pop., 131–2
-, prehist. rem., 131
-, prison, 154
-, prot. nonconf., 3, 93, 135, 158–9, 165, 199, 239
-, provost, see Hugh
-, rly. sta., 131, 135, 148, 172
-, roads, 129–31
-, Rodbourne, q.v.
-, Rom. Catholicism, 135, 158
-, rural district, 154
-, St. Paul Malmesbury Without, 27, 129, 131–2, 161, 215, 229
-, schs., 10, 13, 29, 135, 147, 151, 154, 158–61, 232
-, sewage works, 154
-, slaughterhouse, 34, 147
-, suburbs, see Burton Hill; Westport
-, swimming pool, 29, 135, 154
-, tithes, 127, 143, 156
-, tithings, 6, 149; and see Burton Hill; Corston; Milbourne; Rodbourne
-, town, 127, 129, 131–7, 153
-,-, council, 151
-,-, dom. archit., 2, 133–5
-,-, gates, 133, 229
-,-, pop., 132, 135
-,-, streets, 132, 134; Abbey Row, 133–4; Burnivale, 134, 173, 231; High St., 92, 134–6, 152, 236; Holloway, 133; King's Wall, 133–4, 152, 231; Oxford St., 134
-,-, town halls, 135, 150–1, 154, 157, 159
-,-, wall, 108, 127, 131–3, 152, 229, 231
-, trades, 146–8
-, urban sanitary district, 27, 29, 132, 154, 229, 232
-, vestry, 153
-, vicarage, 155–7, 164, 167, 238–9
-, vicarage hos., 156, 158; and see Cowbridge: vicarage ho.; Westport: vicarage ho.
-, vicars, 155–7, 161, 164–5, 235, 238; and see ApRice; Copson, John; Gawen; Harpur; Latimer, Wm.; Sherwood; Skinner; Steele; Swan; Turner
-, Walcot, q.v.
-, warden (later burgesses) and freemen, 143, 151–2, 159, 221, 234
-, waterworks, 154
-, West park, q.v.
-, Westport Ironworks, 21, 34, 147, 232
-, Whitchurch, q.v.
-, woodland, 129
-, workho. (parish), 153

Malmesbury Free Press, 136

Malmesbury Gas & Coke Co., 154

Malmesbury Horticultural and Floral Society, 136

Malmesbury hundred, 1–3, 4, 5–8 15, 75, 80, 92, 125, 161, 165, 184, 187, 192, 195, 206, 210, 221, 226
-, agric, 1–2
-, cts., 6–7, 115, 135, 151, 154, 218
-, dom. archit., 2
-, officers, 7–8
-,-, bailiff, 7, 115
-, prot. nonconf., 3
-, Tolsey, 7
-, woodland, 2

Malmesbury Journal, 136

Malmesbury railway, 66, 119, 131, 148, 195, 205

Malmesbury Water Works Co. Ltd., 154

malthouses and malting, 54, 114, 209

maltsters, 147, 225

Mandeville:
-, Geof. de, earl of Gloucester, 215
-, Isabel, see Isabel
-, John, vicar of Hullavington, 117
-, Thos. de, and his w. Alice, 85

Manley:
-, Cath., see Evans
-, F. H., rector of Great Somerford, canon of Bristol, 203, 208

Manners:
-, Bridget, see Sutton
-, Cecily, see Hungerford
-, Francis, earl of Rutland, 162
-, John, marquess of Granby, duke of Rutland, 216
-, Percy, 98

Manningham:
-, Eleanor, see Moleyns
-, Sir Oliver, 18, 122, 207

Manor farm, see Somerford, Great: man.

Mapson, Thos., 21

March:
-, earldom, 110
-, earls of, see Mortimer, Rog. and Rog.

Mare:
-, Johndela(d. 1313), 197
-, John de la (fl. 1332), 84
-, John de la (fl. 1334, ? another), 84
-, John de la (fl. 1361, ? another), 84, 87
-, John de la (fl. 1417), another), 84, 87
-, John de la (fl. 1420–35, ? the same), 84, 87
-, John de la (d. by 1462, another), 84, 87
-, Parnel de la (fl. before 1296), 84
-, Parnel de la (? another), w. of John, see Dunstanville
-, Peter de la (d. 1292), 78
-, Peter de la (d. 1349), 78
-, Rob. dela(fl. 1255), 84
-, Rob. de la (d. 1272, ? another), 78
-, Rob. dela(d. 1308), 78
-, Rob. dela(fl. 1365), 84, 87
-, Sir Rob. de la (d. 1382, ? another), and his w. Maud, 78
-, Sir Wm. de la (d. by 1296), 84
-, Wm. de la (d. 1410), m. Sir John
-, Roches, 57, 78
-, Wm.de la (fl. 1457), 84, 87
-, fam., 84

markets, see Chippenham; Cirencester; Malmesbury; Marlborough; Tetbury; Westport

Marlborough, Alf. of, 56, 198, 202

Marlborough, earl of, see Ley

Marlborough:
-, borough, 154
-, mkt., 20

Marmion:
-, Eliz., see St. Quintin
-, Sir John, see St. Quintin
-, fam., 216

marriages, clandestine, 49, 210

Marsh:
-, B. A., 208
-, G. T., rector of Foxley, vicar of Sutton Benger, 228
-, John, 143
-, Mat., rector of Brinkworth, chancellor and subdean of Salisbury, 23
-, P. R., 208
-, Wm., 143

marshal, Geof. the, see Geoffrey

Marshall, Sir Geo., 140

Marsham-Townshend, Ferdinand, 68

Martin:
-, Ant., 43
-, Geo., 201
-, Hen. (fl. 1637), 43
-, Hen. (d. 1689, another), 43
-, Hugh, 43
-, Mic. (fl. 1723), 43
-, Mic. (fl. 1752, another), 43
-, Rob., 43
-, Rog. (d. 1595), 43
-, Rog. (fl. 1606), 43
-, Rog. (fl. 1739), 43
-, Wm., rector of Foxley, 88

Martyrs Memorial and Church of England Trust, 193

Mary, queen of James II, 68

Maskelyne:
-, Sarah, 61
-, Wm., 61
-, Wm., s. of Wm., rector of Crudwell, 61

Maslin, M. A., 18

Mason:
-, Anna, 82
-, John, rector of Oaksey, 185

Massey, Edw., 136

Matthews:
-, Geo., 21
-, W., 171
-, W.J., 69

Maud, Empress, 136, 139, 149

Maud, queen of Wm. I, 90, 215

Maud, m. Wm., duke of Bavaria, 56

Mauduit:
-, Agnes, w. of Sir John (d. 1347), m. 2 Thos. de Bradeston, Ld. Bradeston, 207, 234
-, Ancelin (fl. c. 1141), 207
-, Ancelin (fl. 1211–12, another), 207
-, Gille, m. John Moleyns (d. 1360), 122
-, Gunfrid, 207
-, Sir John (d. 1302), 18, 207
-, Sir John (d. 1347), 18, 30, 122, 207, 210, 234–5
-, Rob., and his w. Beatrice, 207
-, Walkelin, 207

Mauley, Hen., rector of Crudwell and of Tyringham, 62

Maunditts Park, see Somerford, Little: man.

Maundrell, S. W., 78, 81

Mautravers:
-, Alice, see Alice
-, Eleanor, Baroness Mautravers, m. 1 John d'Arundel, Ld. Arundel, 2 Reynold Cobham, Ld. Cobham, 197
-, John (d. 1200), 197
-, John(d. 1220), 197, 234
-, John(fl. 1242–3), 30, 197
-, John (fl. late 13th cent., ? another), 18
-, John (d. 1296 or 1297, ? the same), 197
-, John (d. 1341), 197, 202
-, John, Ld. Mautravers (d. 1364), and his w. Agnes, 197
-, Wal., 197, 234
-, Wm., see FitzAlan

Mautravers, Lds., see Arundel, John; Mautravers, John

Maylard, Jas., 215

Mayo's, see Somerford, Great: man.

Meade:
-, Chris., 142
-, Thos., 142

Mears, C. & G., 63, 73, 193

Mears & Stainbank, 24, 73, 158, 203, 220

mechanics' institute, see Malmesbury

medical practice and practitioners, see hospitals (for cross references); physician; surgeon

Melhuish, John, 163

Melville, H. J., 172

Meredith-Brown, Meredith, 163, 216, 219

Methodists, 73, 95, 159, 186, 203–4, 211, 239
-, Calvinistic, 103, 126, 211
-, Primitive, 3, 16, 24, 35, 50, 63, 73, 95, 118, 126, 159, 165, 186, 194, 203, 220, 239–40; and see Brinkworth: prot. nonconf.
-, Wesleyan, 73, 159, 228

Methuen:
-, Paul(d. 1795), 90
-, Paul(d. 1816), 91
-, Paul, Baron Methuen (d. 1849), 91, 123
-, T. A., rector of Garsdon, 93

Meux:
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1883), 68
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1900), and his w. Valerie, 68–9, 198

Middlehope:
-, Ric, 111
-, Thos., 112
-, Wm. (fl. 1281), 111
-, Wm. (fl. 1304, 1325, ? another), and his w. Alice, 111–12
-, Wm. (fl. 1398–9, another), 112
-, fam., 111

Midge:
-, Wm., 93
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 93, 95

Milbourne (in Malmesbury), 5, 15, 138
-, agric, 145
-, common meadow, 145
-, common pastures, 2, 127, 129, 138, 145, 153
-, cts., see Whitchurch: cts.
-, dom. archit., 138
-, farms, 124, 142–5
-, inc., 145
-, man., see Whitchurch: man.
-, Milbourne Ho.,93, 138
-, poor relief, 153
-, roads, 129, 138
-, street, 138
-, tithes, 143
-, tithing, 6, 149, 153
-, village, 2, 127, 131, 138
-, Wakely Hill, see Brokenborough: Wakely Hill

Mildmay, Sir Wal., 98

Miles (fl. early 12th cent.), 58

Miles:
-, A. C, 142, 233
-, C. N., 142, 233
-, C. W., 68, 142, 233
-, David, 181
-, E. P. W., 68
-, T. A. G., 233

military activities, installations, and occupations, see billeting; Civil War (for cross references); garrisons; hangars; Logistics Command; R.A.F. (for cross references); Red Arrows; United States Air Force

military organization, local, 2, 47

milk depots, see Dauntsey; Malmesbury

Mill:
-, Eliz., m. Toby Walker Sturge (d. 1841), 57
-, Wm., 57

Millais:
-, E. C, 112
-, H.R., 112

Millicent, 58

Millichamp, Timothy, rector of Long Newnton, vicar of Norton, 175

Mills, Edw., 126

Mills, see Somerford, Great: man.

mills, see Brinkworth; Brokenborough; Burton Hill; Charlton; Chelworth; Corston; Cowfold; Crudwell; Dauntsey; Draycot Cerne; Foxley; Garsdon; Grittenham; Hankerton; Hullavington; Lea and Cleverton; Malmesbury; Norton; Oaksey; saw mill; Smithcot; Somerford, Great; Somerford, Little; Stanton St. Quintin; Sutton Benger; Westport: Bremilham Mill and mills; windmills

millwright, 148

Milsome, Thos., 160

Milton (Kent), rector of, see Head, Thos.

mineral spring, see Crudwell

Minety (formerly Glos.), 20, 176, 178, 185
-, boundaries, 37, 176
-, common pastures, 182
-, curates, 185; and see Smith, Ralph
-, farms, 89, 98, 100–1
-, Minety quarter, see Braydon forest: Charlton or Minety quarter
-, vicarage, 184

mint (for coins), 131

Missionaries of St. Francis de Sales, 158

moats, 17, 54, 98, 140, 214

Moffatt, J. M., 160, 239–40

mole catcher, 48

Moleyns:
-, Eleanor, m. 1 Sir Rob. Hungerford, Ld. Hungerford and Moleyns, 2 Sir Oliver Manningham, 18, 122, 207
-, Gille, see Mauduit
-, Joan, w. of John s. of John, m. 2 Sir Mic. Poynings, 122
-, John (d. 1360), 7, 18–19, 21, 30, 34, 43, 122, 125, 234
-, John, s. of John, 122
-, Margery, w. of Sir Wm. (d. 1381), 122
-, Margery, w. of Sir Wm. (d. 1425), 122, 207
-, Sir Ric, 18, 207
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1381), 18, 122, 207, 210, 234
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1425), 18, 122, 207
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1439), 18
-, fam., 30, 43, 234
-, and see Mullings

Moleyns:
-, Baroness, see Hungerford, Mary
-, Ld., see Hungerford, Sir Rob.

Mompesson:
-, Agnes, w. of Drew, m. 2—Trye, 200
-, Anne, m. Wm. Wayte, 189, 198
-, Chris., 200
-, Drew, 200
-, Edm., 189, 198
-, Isabel, see Drew
-, John (d. 1500), 189, 198, 200
-, John (d. 1511), 189, 198, 200
-, Thos. (d. 1560), 200
-, Thos. (d. 1582), 200
-, Thos. (d. 1612), 200
-, fam., 200

Monday lands, 44, 100

moneyers, 131

Monkton Farleigh:
-, priors, 184
-, priory, 184

Monmouth, earls of, see Mordaunt

Montagu:
-, Eleanor, see Hedges
-, F. C, 112
-, G. C., 112
-, Jas. (d. 1790), 112
-, Jas. (d. 1797), 112

Montford, Wm. de, 197

Montgomery, earls of, see Herbert, Geo. and Reg.

Moody:
-, Cath., w. of Ric. (d. 1550), m. 2 Wm. Stumpe (d. 1552), 3 Wm. Basely, 90, 121, 142, 233
-, Deborah, w. of Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1629), 142
-, Edm., and his w. Eliz., 56, 84
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1629), 90, 121, 123–4, 142–3, 148
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (fl. 1634), 90, 121, 123, 142
-, John (fl. 1485), 56, 84, 87
-, John (d. 1549, another), 56, 84
-, John (fl. 1586), 56, 84
-, Ric. (d. 1550), 90, 121, 123, 142
-, Ric. (d. 1612), 90, 121, 123, 142
-, fam., 91, 155

Moore:
-, John, vicar of Hullavington, 118
-, May, 161

Moravians, 3, 24, 159

Mordaunt:
-, Chas., earl of Peterborough and of Monmouth (d. 1735), 68
-, Chas., earl of Peterborough and of Monmouth (d. 1779), 68
-, Chas., earl of Peterborough and of Monmouth (d. 1814), 68–9, 71–2

Moredon (in Hankerton), 99
-, hamlet, 95–6
-, man., 98; and see Hankerton: man. (Rookery farm)
-, pop., 96

Morice:
-, Lucy, see Wharton
-, Sir Wm., Bt., 139

Morley:
-, Geof. of (fl. 1283–4), 58
-, Geof. of (fl. 1325, ? another), and his w. Felice, 58
-, John, 31
-, Miles of, 58

Morley, see Crudwell: man.

Mornington, earls of, 3; and see Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley

Morris & Co., 168

Mortimer:
-, Edm., Ld. Mortimer (d. 1304), 110
-, Edm., Ld. Mortimer (d. c. 1332), 110
-, Hugh (d. 1148 X 1150), 108, 116
-, Hugh (d. 1180–1), 108, 110, 136
-, Hugh (d. 1227), 110
-, Ralph (fl. 1086), 108, 110–12, 116
-, Ralph (d. 1246), 110
-, Rog. (? d. by 1086), 108, 110–11
-, Rog. (d. by 1153, another), 108
-, Rog. (d. c. 1214), 110
-, Rog. (d. 1282), 110
-, Rog., earl of March (d. 1330), 110
-, Rog., earl of March (d. 1360), 110
-, fam., 108–10

mortuary chapel, 12, 154

Mullings:
-, (later Randolph), A. R., 57, 97, 184
-, J. R., 57, 97, 184
-, Jos., 57, 97, 184
-, and see Moleyns

Murcott, And. of, 55

Murcott (in Crudwell), 55
-, agric, 58–9
-, boundaries, 51, 95
-, cust. tenants, 58
-, dom. archit., 54
-, farms, 55, 59–60
-, hamlet, 51, 54
-, Pop, 53
-, roads, 51
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 51

murder and murderer, 101, 219

museum, see Malmesbury

'myriorama', 137

N.

Nabals, see Draycot Cerne: man.

Neate:
-, J., 233
-, John, 233
-, Steph., 233

Neck, H. A., 171

Neeld:
-, Sir Algernon, Bt., 110, 171
-, Sir Audley, Bt., 109–10, 171, 175
-, Sir John, Bt., 109–10, 171
-, Jos., 6, 92, 109, 112, 171–2, 175
-, (formerly Inigo-Jones), L. W., 109–10, 112, 175
-, M. R., 112
-, R. R., 31
-, (formerly Inigo–Jones), R. W., 112, 175

Nevill, Hen., 180

New Apostolic church, 203

New College, see Oxford universtiy

Newman:
-, A. R., 78
-, Ant., 122
-, F., 189
-, Geo., 122
-, John, 122
-, Timothy, 122
-, V. & G., 147

Newnton, Long (Glos. from 1930), 5–6, 25–7, 51, 102
-, airfield, 27, 29, 55
-, as address, 171
-, benefice, 61, 102, 184
-, boundaries, 27, 51
-, common pasture, 58
-, man., 27
-, rector, see Millichamp

Newnton, North, see Rainscombe

newspapers, see Malmesbury Free Press; Malmesbury Journal; Wiltshire and Gloucestershire Standard

Newtown, see Hullavington

Nibley, North (Glos.), as address, 112

Nicholas:
-, John, rector of Bremilham and of Fisherton Anger, vicar of Westport, 13, 49
-, Thos., 85, 234

Nichols, Hannah, 25

Niernut, Miles, 69

Nippred (in Tisbury), 207

Noah's Ark, see Garsdon

Noble, Wm., vicar of Sutton Benger, 227

Nollekens, Jos., 103

nonconformity, protestant, see under places, and see Anabaptists; Assemblies of God Pentecostal ch.; Baptists; Congregationalists; Independents; Methodists; Moravians; New Apostolic ch.; Presbyterians; Quakers; Salvation Army

Norfolk, duke of, see Howard, Chas.

Norfolk House, see London

Norman:
-, Giles, 58
-, Rog., 58

Norreys, Baron, see Bertie, Jas.

North Wilts. Banking Co., 147

Northampton, earls of, see Bohun, Humph de (d. 1373) and Wm. de

Northampton, 146

Northey, E. G. V., 172

Northumberland, duke of, see Dudley

Northumberland, 33, 46, 100

Northwick, Barons, see Rushout

Norton:
-, Eliz., see Wayte
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1592), 189
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1611), 189
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1645), 189
-, Sir Ric, Bt. (d. 1652), 189, 192

Norton, 5, 7, 9, 13, 83, 89, 104, 150, 168–76, 170
-, adv., 174–5
-, agric, 173–4
-, boundaries, 104, 169
-, chap., 174
-, char., 176
-, ch., 173–6
-, common pastures, 173
-, curates, 88, 175; and see Crook; Jones, Thos.
-, cust. tenants, 173
-, dom. archit., 169, 171
-, farms, 114, 169, 171– 5
-, glebe, 175
-, inns, 169, 171
-, man., 169, 171–5
-,-, Rectory, 173–5
-, mill, 173
-, Norton Manor,60, 169, 172
-, pk., 169
-, place name, 1, 168
-, ponds, 169
-, poor relief, 174
-, pop., 169
-, prehist. rem., 169
-, prot. nonconf., 176
-, roads, 169
-, sch., 176
-, Starvall, 168, 171, 173–4
-, tithes, 173, 175
-, vicarage, 13, 116, 168, 174–5, 219
-, vicars, 88, 173–5; and see Birch; Cox, Ric; Green, John; Harris, John; Hornidge; Jackson; Millichamp; Pitt, G. L.; Read, C. T.; Stumpe, John; Warneford, H. L.; Wayte, Edm.
-, village, 1–2, 169
-, woodland, 2, 168, 174

Norway spruce, see spruce

Norwood castle, see Oaksey

Notley:
-, M.J., 172
-, W. A., 172

Nuttall, A., 217

O.

Oakham, Ric, 190, 193

Oaksey, Barons, see Lawrence

Oaksey, 5, 37, 51, 62, 176–86, 177
-, adv., 184
-, agric, 181–3
-, benefice, 61, 102, 184
-, boundaries, 176
-, bridges, 177
-, castle, see Oaksey: Norwood castle
-, chant., 185
-, chap., 179, 185
-, chaplain, 185
-, char., 186
-, ch., 61, 102, 109, 178–9, 184–6
-, common meadow, 182
-, common pastures, 2, 182, 184
-, cts., 184
-, curates, 185
-, cust. tenants, 182–3
-, dom. archit., 178–80
-, Eame Cross, see Woodlands
-, Earl's Corner, 178
-, farms, 180–3
-, Flintham Hill, 177, 179
-, glebe, 182, 184–5
-, inc., 182
-, Kemble Wick, see Wick Green
-, lakes, 177, 183
-, liberty, 184
-, man., 7, 43, 60, 179–85
-,-, Church farm, 180–1
-,-, Clattinger, 181
-,-, Court farm, 181
-,-, Dean farm, 181
-,-, Hill farm, 181
-,-, Lower farm, 180
-,-, Oaksey Moor, 180
-,-, Park farm, 180
-,-, Sodom, 181
-,-, Street farm, 181
-, mills, 183
-, Norwood castle, 178
-, Oaksey Green, 178
-,-, dom. archit., 178
-, Oaksey Moor Ho.,93, 178
-, par. council, 186
-, pk., 59, 177, 179–81, 183
-,-, dom. archit., 180
-,-, lodge, 179–80, 183
-,-, Oaksey Park Ho., 93, 179, 183
-,-, parkers or keepers, 180, 183
-, ponds, 177
-, poor relief, 184
-, poorhos., 184
-, pop., 178
-, prehist. rem., 177
-, prot. nonconf., 178, 186
-, rly. halt, 177
-, rectors, 184, 186; and see Bragges; Faithfull; Gerish; Mason, John; Ryder, Edw.; Smith, Ralph
-, rectory, 184
-, rectory ho., 178, 185
-, roads, 177
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 178
-, schs., 178, 186
-, sewage works, 178
-, street, 177–8
-, tithes, 184–5
-, trades, 183
-, village, 1–2, 176, 178
-, Wick Green, q.v.
-, woodland, 176, 180–3
-, Woodlands, q.v.

Oaksey Charitable Trust, 178

Oaksey Direct Meat Supply, 183

Oaksey Green, see Oaksey

Oaksey lily, see snake's-head fritillary

Oaksey Moor, see Oaksey: man.

Oaksey Moor House, see Oaksey

Oaksey Park House, see Oaksey: pk.

oath of allegiance, 47

Oatridge:
-, Anne, m. John Lloyd, 180
-, Dan., 59
-, John, 180
-, Rob., 180

obit, 103

observatory, 203

occupations and professions, see apothecary; architects, artists, and designers (for cross references); authors (for cross references); bacon curers; bakers; bankers; basket maker; bell founders (for cross references); brewers; building contractors; canon lawyer; cartographer; cheese factors; clothiers; clothworkers; coal merchants; drugget maker; drysalter; farrier; film producer; fullers; glovers; grazier; grocers; haulage contractors; ironmonger; maltsters; millwright; mole catcher; moneyers; parchment makers; pet food wholesalers; physician; scripture reader; sculptors (for cross references); shoemakers; spirit merchants; stonemason; tanners; timber merchant; weavers; wool comber; wool spinner; woollen draper; woolstaplers
-, and see (each for cross references) dairy industry; textile industry; trades and industries

Ody:
-, Harold, 181
-, Wal., 181

offences, see affrays; archery: failure to practise; breaking and entering; congregations, convoking; felony; heretics; housebreaking; marriages, clandestine; murder; palmistry; regicide (for cross reference); riot; witchcraft

officers, manorial, see aletaster; constables: manorial; fields, overseers of the; haywards; reeves; sheeptellers; watchman, agrarian

officers, parish, see Brinkworth; Charlton; clerks, parish; Dauntsey; Draycot Cerne; Foxley; Garsdon; Malmesbury; Seagry; Stanton St. Quintin; surgeon: parish

officials, royal, see Wiltshire: escheator (for cross reference) and sheriff

Ogle, E. C, vicar of Sutton Benger, canon of Salisbury, 228

Ohio (U.S.A.), 131

oil and petrol distribution, 21

Old Hill, see Cleverton

old people, accommodation, 135, 154, 178; and see bungalows: old people's

oratory, 42, 69

Orchard, Sir Wm., 184

Ordlaf(fl.901), 55

Organ:
-, M., 91
-, R.E., 91

Ormond:
-, Eliz., see Young
-, John, 208

Osborn, J. L., 196

Oughtred, Rob., 87

Oxford, earls of, see Vere

Oxford, 156

Oxford university, 12, 72, 87, 239
-, Exeter Coll., 171, 202–3
-, Jesus Coll., 122
-, Magdalen Coll., 62
-, New Coll., 228
-,-, warden, see Shuttleworth
-, Pembroke Coll., 22–3, 227
-, professor of poetry, see Trapp

Oxfordshire, see Faringdon Ho.; Oxford; Wallingford; Whitchurch

P.

Packer:
-, John (d. 1607), 56
-, John (d. 1664), and his w. Anne, 56
-, John (fl. 1712), 56
-, John (fl. 1722, ? the same), 56
-, Thos. (d. 1554), 56
-, Thos. (d. 1623), 56

palace, see Brokenborough

Palmer:
-, A. LI., 200
-, And., 143
-, C. T. L1., 200
-, Geo. Llewellen, 19
-, John (fl. 1606), 43
-, John, rector of Little Somerford (fl. 1689, another), 210–11
-, Wm., rector of Little Somerford (fl. 1618–46), 43, 210–11
-, Wm. (fl. 1640, ? another), 92
-, fam., 166, 197

palmistry, 49

Panting, Mary, 104

papal provision, 22

parchment makers and parchment making, 47, 147

Pardies, Guiscard de, rector of Brinkworth, 23

Parfet:
-, Alison (or Alice), m. Thos. Hasard, 98
-, Ric, 122

Parfitt, R. F., 166

Pargiter, Eleanor, see Washington

parish council, see Oaksey

parishes, detached parts of, 9–11, 15, 27–8, 31, 37. 65, 75, 83, 119, 127, 129, 168–9, 171, 176, 178, 182, 204, 221, 224, 229

parishes (eccl.), union of, 12, 34, 87, 155

Park farm, see Oaksey: man.

parks, see Brinkworth; Brokenborough; Charlton; Cowfold; Dauntsey; Draycot Cerne; Eastcourt; Foxley; Garsdon; Hyam; Lea and Cleverton; Norton; Oaksey; Somerford, Great; Somerford, Little; Stanton St. Quintin; Stonehill; Wootton Bassett: Vastern pk.

parliament:
-, grant by, 116
-, House of Commons, chaplain to, see Ingram
-, members, 154–5, 180

parliamentary boroughs, see Wiltshire

parliamentary committee for Wiltshire, see Wiltshire

parliamentary elections, 150, 154–5

parliamentary representation, see Malmesbury

parochial church council, see Somerford, Great

Parsloe:
-, John, 199
-, fam., 201

Partridge:
-, John, 57
-, Marg., see Earle
-, Thos., 57

Paul:
-, John, 43
-, (formerly Tippetts), Josiah Paul, 43

Payne, W., 55

Peacey:
-, Rob., 56
-, Wm. (d. 1815), 56
-, Wm. (fl. 1865), 56

Pearte, John, curate of Westport, 238

Peckinghill, fam., 109

Peddington:
-, (or Tuck), Adam (d. 1628), 141–2
-, Adam (another), 142
-, John, 142

Pedworth, Wm., 112

Pelham:
-, Cath., see Vanlore
-, Peregrine, 148

Pembroke, earls of, see Herbert

Pembroke College, see Oxford university

Pendock:
-, Agnes, 56
-, Beatrice, 56
-, Hugh, 56
-, Josiana, 56
-, Maud, 56
-, Wal., 56

Perrett, Ric, 142

Perry Green, see Charlton

pet food wholesalers, 147

Peterborough, earls of, see Mordaunt

Petrie, N. C, 217

Pettifer:
-, Steph., & Sons Ltd., 60
-, Thos., & Son, 60

Petty:
-, Anne, see Ashe
-, Thos., 142

Peverell, Hugh, 56

Phelps, Hester, m. Thos. Jones (fl. 1724). 43

Philadelphia (Pa., U.S.A.), 24

Phillips, P. W. G., 197

Phipps:
-, G.J., 126
-, W.D., 181

physician, 203

Piccadilly, see Hullavington

pillory, 47, 184

pine, 192

Pinkney Park, see Sherston Pinkney

Pinn:
-, Anne, see Ridler
-, Wm., 141

Pinniger, J. R., 78

pipe making, 167

Pitman, S. A., 57

Pitt:
-, Alf., 30
-, G. L., rector of Foxley with Bremilham, vicar of Norton, 175
-, Jos., 6, 55, 57–8, 97, 103, 175, 181
-, Mary, m. Stiles Rich, 30

plague, 153

Plantagenet, Cecily, dchss. of York, 22

Player:
-, Rob., 85
-, Timothy (d. 1677 or 1678), and his w. Mary, 85
-, Timothy (fl. 1760), 85

Player's, see Foxley: man.

Pleydell-Bouverie:
-, Bertrand, rector of Stanton St. Quintin, 3, 220
-, (formerly Bouverie), Jacob, earl of Radnor (d. 1828), 122, 142, 163, 191, 216–17
-, Jacob, earl of Radnor (d. 1889), 3, 189, 216, 220
-, Jacob, earl of Radnor (d. 1930), 163, 216–17, 219
-, Wm., earl of Radnor (d. 1869), 216, 220
-, Wm., earl of Radnor (d. 1900), 216
-, and see Bouverie

Plummer, L. W. H., 216

Plymouth, earl of, see Windsor, Other

Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley:
-, Cath., see Long
-, (formerly Wellesley-Pole), Wm., earl of Mornington (d. 1857), 77, 224
-, Wm., Vct. Wellesley, earl of Mornington (d. 1863), 77, 190, 224

police forces, see Malmesbury: borough; Wiltshire: county police force

police stations, see Malmesbury; Stanton St. Quintin

Pollen:
-, C.J., 158
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1863), 166
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1959), 166
-, Sir John, Bt. (fl. 1987), 166
-, Sir Ric, Bt. (d. 1881), 166
-, Sir Ric, Bt. (d. 1918), 166
-, Sir Ric, Bt. (d. 1930), 166
-, fam., 166

polo ground, see Foxley

Polwarth, Ld., see Hume-Campbell, Alex.

ponds, see Charlton: Braydon pond; Crudwell; Draycot Cerne; Grittenham; Lea; Norton; Oaksey

Ponting:
-, C. E., 23, 117, 220
-, J. E., 92

Poole:
-, Sir Edw., 180, 184
-, Sir Giles (d. 1588), 166
-, Giles (fl. 17th cent.), 43
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1616), 166
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1632), 57, 180, 183–4
-, Hen. (fl. 1642), 166–7
-, Hen. (d. 1726), 180
-, Jos., 137
-, Sir Nevill (d. c. 1660), 43, 57, 180
-, Nevill (d. by 1687, another), 180
-, fam., 59, 155

Poole Brothers, 137

Poole Keynes (Glos. from 1896), 5–6, 176

poor-law unions, see Chippenham; Malmesbury

poor relief, see under places, and see (for cross references) poorhouses; workhouses

poorhouses, see Draycot Cerne; Oaksey; Seagry; Somerford, Great; Westport

Porter:
-, Benj., 198
-, C, 198
-, C. E., 200
-, Chas., 200
-, E. F., 200
-, Ernest, 200
-, Wm., 143, 156

Potter:
-, D., 190
-, E. F., 69
-, E. F. (? the same), 190
-, G. A., 69
-, J.R., 69
-, M.J., 69
-, R.J., 69

Poulton, John, 87

Powell:
-, Francis, rector of Stanton St. Quintin, 220
-, Rachel, m. John Sheppard, 208
-, Thos. (d. 1692), 208
-, Thos. (fl. 1736), 208

Power, fam., 217

Powys:
-, Geo., Baron Lilford, 87
-, John, Baron Lilford, 85, 87, 172
-, (later Fox-Powys), Leopold, 19, 85, 172
-, Steph., Baron Lilford, 87
-, Thos., Baron Lilford, 19, 85, 172

Poynings:
-, Eleanor, see Arundel
-, Joan, see Moleyns
-, Sir Mic, 122
-, Sir Ric, 197

prehistoric settlement and remains, see Chedglow; Crudwell; Hullavington; Malmesbury; Norton; Oaksey; Seagry; Somerford, Great; Somerford, Little; Sutton Benger

Presbyterians, 24, 50, 126, 160, 239-40

Preshute:
-, Nic of, 117
-, fam., see Clatford

Preshute, see Clatford

Price, Wm., 228

priest, Alwin the, see Alwin

Prior:
-, Edith, see Royle
-, John, 109

prisons, see London: Fleet prison; Malmesbury

Pritchard, P. J., 141

Provincial Estates Development (Bath) Ltd., 189

punishments, see deprivation (eccl.); ducking stool; excommunication; gallows; pillory; prisons (for cross references), stocks; tumbril

Punter:
-, Jas. (fl. 1611), 110
-, Jas. (fl. 1660, another), 110
-, Rob. (fl. 1599), 110
-, Rob. (fl. 1652, another), 110

Purdue:
-, Ric., 228
-, Rog., 13, 24, 103, 203
-, Wm., 24
-, fam., 126, 158

Purie, John, 92

Purs, Thos., 143

Purton:
-, Adam of (fl. 1242–3), 56
-, Adam of (fl. later 13th cent., ? the same), 18
-, Thos., 31

Purton, 31, 38, 56
-, ch., 220
-, Gascrick, 31

Puttnam, David, 209

Pye-TMC Ltd., 147

Pyke:
-, Hen., 198, 200
-, John (fl. c. 1699), 200
-, John (d. c. 1778), 198–200
-, John, s. of John (d. c. 1778), 198
-, John (d. 1842, another), 198
-, Thos. (d. 1815), 198, 201
-, Thos. (d. 1839), 198
-, Wm., 198–9
-, Winifred, 198
-, fam., 200

Pyramid Sand and Gravel Co., 192, 226

Q.

Quakers (Society of Friends), 3, 24, 50, 73, 82, 118, 126, 158–9, 165, 168, 176, 194, 203, 211, 220, 228

quarries and quarrying, 10, 37, 60, 96, 115, 129, 164, 167, 213, 231, 237; and see gravel extraction

Quebec (Canada), 22

Queen Anne's Bounty, 12, 116, 175, 193, 227

R.

R.A.F. stations, see Hullavington; Kemble; Newnton, Long: airfield; and see hangars; Logistics Command; Red Arrows

rabbits, 208; and see warrens

Radcliffe, Alex., vicar of Hullavington, of St. Clement's, Sandwich, and of Titchfield, 117; and see Ratcliffe

Raddington:
-, Wal. of, 110
-, Wm. of, 110

radio, electrical, and electronic equipment manufacture, 147

Radnor:
-, earldom, 162, 184, 216
-, earls of, see Bouverie, Wm., PleydellBouverie

railway goods depot, 206

railway halt, see Oaksey

railway stations, see Brinkworth; Dauntsey; Hullavington; Malmesbury; Somerford, Little

railways, see Bristol & South Wales Railway; Cheltenham & Great Western Union Railway; G.W.R.; level crossing; Malmesbury railway; viaduct

Raines, G. F., 180

Rainscombe (in North Newnton), 193

Raleigh, Sir Wal., 233

Ramsay, R. E., rector of Brinkworth, suffragan bp. of Malmesbury, 23

Ramsbury, chant., 31

Rand, John, rector of Draycot Cerne, 81

Randall:
-, Wm. (d. 1809), and his w. Mary, 198
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (d. 1809), 198
-, Wm., grds. of Wm. (d. 1809), 198

Randolph:
-, A. R., see Mullings
-, J. R., 57–8, 97, 184

Rangebourne, Wm., 77

Ratcliffe, Edwin, 147, and see Radcliffe

Rawlins, V. J., 110, 112

Raymond-Barker, Hugh, 171

Rayson, Thos., 178

Read:
-, C. T., rector of Easton Grey, vicar of Norton, 175
-, Edw., 216
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Huntley, 216

reading rooms, see libraries

Ready Animal Foods, 147

recreation ground, 121

Rectory (manors of the name), see (in each case s.v. man.) Hullavington; Malmesbury; Norton; Seagry; Sutton Benger; Westport

recusancy, see Brinkworth; Roman Catholicism (for cross references)

Red Arrows, 55

Reeks:
-, Isaac, rector of Great Somerford, 202
-, Rob., 202

reeves, 48, 61, 101, 167

Refuge Assurance Co., 91

refugees, Jewish, 174

regicide, see Danvers, Sir John (d. 1655)

religious orders, see Missionaries of St. Francis de Sales; Sisters of St. Joseph of Annecy

Rendcomb (Glos.), 84
-, as address, 84, 87

Rennie, R. J., 31

reservoir, 15

revel, parish, 54

Reynold, rector of Draycot Cerne, 81

Reynold son of William, 200

Reynolds fam., 24

Rich:
-, Arthur, 181
-, Mary, see Pitt
-, Stiles, 30
-, Thos. (fl. 1571), 123
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1952), 181
-, Tom, 11

Richard I, 139

Richard III, 111

Richard (fl. 1086), 111, 114

Richards, J. H., 109, 112

Richardson, E. R. S., 69

Richman:
-, Hen., 19
-, John (fl. 1581), 19
-, John (d. 1615, ? the same), 163
-, Marg., m. Edm. James (d. 1620), 111, 163
-, Thos., 163

Richmond, Ant. and Rog., see Webb

Ridler:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Pinn, 141
-, Barbara, 141
-, Thos., and his w. Anne, 141

Ridout, G. T., 79

Rigid Containers Ltd., 60

Riley, Thos., and his w. Mary, 225

Ring, Rob., 43

riot, 8

Risby, Ant., 141

Ritualism, 193

rivers and streams, see Avon (Bristol); Braydon brook; Brinkworth brook; Chissell brook; Dauntsey brook; Flagham brook; Gauze brook; Grittenham: Grittenham brook; Hankerton: Lock's brook; Ingelbourne (river); Lilly brook; Rodbourne (stream); Thames; Thunder brook; Woodbridge brook

roads:
-, Bath-Cirencester, 51
-, Cirencester-Malmesbury, 28, 38, 51, 63, 96, 129, 231
-, Cricklade-Malmesbury, 38, 95–6, 129
-, Foss Way, q.v.
-, Malmesbury-Chippenham (Kingway), 104–5, 129, 162, 213–14
-, Malmesbury-Sherston, 9, 83, 129, 231
-, Malmesbury-Tetbury, 28, 129, 134, 231
-, motorway, 1, 15, 66–7, 75, 187, 213–14, 221
-, Oxford-Bristol, 9, 38, 83, 90, 129, 133–4, 231
-, Swindon-Chippenham, 66–7, 75, 187, 194, 221
-, Swindon-Malmesbury, 15–17, 119, 129, 194, 205
-, turnpiked, 9, 15, 28, 38, 51, 66, 75, 90, 96, 105, 119, 129, 187, 194, 205, 213, 221, 223, 231

Rober, John, 226

Robert, earl of Gloucester, 136, 215 his w., see FitzHamon

Robert (fl. 1086), 68, 70

Robert (fl. 1086, ? another), 197

Robert son of Pain of Lea, 122

Roberts:
-, David, 163
-, Giles, 43
-, P., 140
-, Wm., 43

Robins:
-, Anne, w. of Wm. (fl. 1758), 233
-, Anne (fl. 1760, ? the same), 30
-, Thos., 234
-, Wm. (fl. 1737), 30
-, Wm. (fl. 1758, ? the same), 233
-, Wm. (fl. before 1766, ? the same), 142
-, Wm. (fl. 1782, ? another), 234

Robinson, Thos., see Weddell

Roches:
-, Agnes, see Berwick
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wal. Beauchamp, 57, 78–9
-, John, 57
-, Sir John, s. of John, 57, 78
-, Wm., see Mare

Rodbourne, Hen. of, 56

Rodbourne (in Malmesbury), 5, 29, 127, 129, 131, 164, 165–8
-, adv., 87
-, agric, 11, 167
-, boundaries, 127, 129, 165, 194, 204, 213
-, brickworks, 167, 201
-, chap., 127, 155, 157, 167–8
-, chapelry, 164–5
-, ch., 164–8
-, common meadow, 167, 209
-, common pastures, 167
-, cts., 152, 167
-, curates, 165
-, dom. archit., 166
-, farms, 166–7
-, inc., 167
-, ind., 167
-, man., 123, 139–40, 152, 166–7
-, poor relief, 153, 167
-, pop., 165–6
-, prot. nonconf., 168
-, roads, 131
-, Rodbourne Bottom, 166
-, Rodbourne Ho., 166–8
-, sch., 165–6, 168
-, tithes, 167
-, tithing, 6, 127, 149, 153, 165
-, vicarage (Corston with Rodbourne), 13, 88, 164, 192, 202, 210
-, village, 2, 127, 131, 165–6
-, woodland, 2, 167

Rodbourne (stream), 129, 165, 194

Rodbourne Cheney, vicar of, see Edie

Roger, bp. of Salisbury, 5, 132, 136, 139, 226

Roger son of Geoffrey, 197

Rogers:
-, Benj., vicar of Seagry, 193
-, Rog., 163

Roman Catholicism, see Bremilham; Brokenborough; Charlton; Hankerton; Malmesbury; Westport; and see Brinkworth: recusancy; religious orders (for cross reference)

Romano-British settlement and remains, see Brinkworth; Brokenborough; Crudwell; Foxley; Murcott; Oaksey; Somerford, Little; Stanton St. Quintin; Sutton Benger; White Walls

Rome, 88, 220
-, cardinal priest of ch. of St. Praxades, see Abingdon

rook nets, 47, 101

Rookery farm, see Hankerton: man.

Rose:
-, Derek, 69
-, W.J., 69

Rosetti, D. G., 168

Rowden, see Chippenham

Rowles, Anne, 161, 240

Royle:
-, Agnes (fl. 1423), 109
-, Agnes (fl. c. 1442, another), w. of John, m. 2 Wal. Brinkworth, 109
-, Edith, m. John Prior, 109
-, Isold, 109
-, John, 109
-, Lettice, m. Thos. Squire, 109
-, Thos., 109
-, fam., 109

Rudhall:
-, Abraham, 50. 88, 118, 203, 228
-, John, 35, 50
-, Thos., 186

Rupert, Prince, 136

rural district, see Malmesbury

Rushout:
-, Eliz., w. of Geo., Baron Northwick, 12, 139, 234
-, Geo., Baron Northwick, 12, 139, 148–9
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1775), 12, 139
-, Sir John, Bt., Baron Northwick (d. 1800), 12, 139
-, John, Baron Northwick (d. 1859), 12
-, Rebecca, w. of John, Baron Northwick (d. 1800), 12, 139

Rushout-Bowles:
-, Chas., 12 n
-, Geo., 12, 139, 243

Russell:
-, John (fl. 1318–32), 110
-, John (fl. 1370, another), 110
-, John (d. c. 1472), 110
-, Rob. (fl. 1304), 110
-, Rob. (fl. 1348, another), 110
-, Rob. (fl. 1398–9, another), 110

Rutland:
-, duke of, see Manners, John
-, earl of, see Manners, Francis

Ryder:
-, Adelaide, 184
-, Edw., rector of Oaksey, vicar of Wendens Ambo, 184–5
-, Thos., 184

Rysum, Wal. de, and his w. Alice, 85

S.

Sacheverell:
-, Mary, see Hungerford
-, Sir Ric., 19, 122, 207

Saffron Walden (Essex), see Audley End

Sage, Frank, 163

Saieva (fl. 1086), 196, 199

St. Amand, Ant., 30, 42

St. Amand, Lds., see Beauchamp

St. Aubyn, Sir John, Bt., 6

St. Augustine's, Watling Street (Lond.), rector of, see Lichfield

St. Clement's, Jersey, rector of, see Seale

St. David's (Dyfed), cath. ch.:
-, canon, see Sparrow
-, precentor, see Machon

St. Germain:
-, Ralph de, 81
-, fam., 77

St. John:
-, Fred., Vct. Bolingbroke, 143
-, Hen., Vct. Bolingbroke, 71

St. Martin, Alice of and Godfrey of, see Standen

St. Owen:
-, Ernulf, 55
-, Sim., 55

St. Paul Malmesbury Without, see Malmesbury

St. Praxades, Rome, cardinal priest of ch. of, see Abingdon

St. Quintin:
-, Anselm de, 215
-, Eliz. de, m. Sir John Marmion, 215
-, Herb, de (d. by 1154), 215
-, Herb, de (d. by 1223), 215
-, Herb, de (d. by 1236), 215
-, Herb, de (d. 1302), 215, 218
-, Herb, de (d. 1338 or 1339), 215
-, Herb, de (d. 1347), 215–16
-, Hugh de, 215
-, John de (fl. 1242–3), 215
-, (? formerly Marmion), Sir John de (fl. c. 1380), 215–16
-, Lora, m. Sir Rob. Grey, 215–16
-, Margery, w. of Herb, de (d. 1347), m. 2 Sir Rog. Husee, 215
-, Ric. de (fl. c. 1090), 215
-, Ric. de (fl. 1166), 215
-, Wm., s. of Anselm de, 215
-, Wm., s. of Herb, de, 215, 218
-, fam., 213

St. Victor-en-Caux (Seine Maritime, France):
-, abbey, 105, 108–10, 112, 116, 136
-, abbot, 114
-, priory, see Clatford: priory

Salisbury:
-, Edw. of, 179, 199
-, Ela of, m. Wm. Longespée, earl of Salisbury, 78, 199
-, Frances, see Webb
-, Maria, 180–1
-, Maud of, m. Humph, de Bohun (fl. early 12th cent.), 179, 199
-, Patrick of, earl of Salisbury, 199
-, Sophia, 180–1
-, Thos., 180
-, Wal. of, 199
-, Wm. of, earl of Salisbury, 199

Salisbury:
-, earldom, 78
-, earls of, see Longespée; Salisbury, Patrick and Wm.

Salisbury:
-, bps., 13, 23, 34, 71–2, 102, 155, 157, 168, 174–5, 184, 219, 226, 238; and see Jewell; Roger
-, cath. ch.:
-,-, canons, see Davenant; Hutchins, Edw.; Lake, Wm.; Ogle
-,-, chancellors, see Heigham; Marsh, Mat.
-,-, chapter, 81
-,-, dean and chapter, 224, 226–7
-,-, subdean, see Marsh, Mat.
-,-, treasurer, see Cardeville
-, diocese, finance board, 49, 116
-, New Salisbury (borough), 154

Salmond, J., 172

Salter:
-, Isaac, 142
-, Sim., 142
-, fam., 146

Salvation Army, 24

Sampson:
-, Jane, 57
-, John, 57
-, T.H., 55

Sandwich (Kent), vicar of St. Clement's, see Radcliffe

Sanger, Wm., 63

Saunders, W. W., 55

Savoy, hosp. of the, see London

saw mill, 47

Sawin (fl. 1066), 69

schools:
-, board, 24, 118
-, boarding, 50, 126, 160, 166, 204
-, charity, 23–4, 159–60, 194, 199
-, comprehensive, 160
-, dame, 35, 50, 165, 220
-, grammar, 160
-, industrial, 63
-, lace-making, 147, 160
-, National, 50, 63, 65, 103, 118, 126, 159–60, 194, 211, 228
-, preparatory, 228
-, riding, 47
-, secondary modern, 160
-, workho., 35
-, and see Eton College; industrial instruction; Malmesbury: mechanics' institute

Scirold (fl. 1066), 199

scot, freedom from, 150

scotales, 149

Scotland, 33, 46, 100

Scott, W., 19

scripture reader, 49

Scrope:
-, John (fl. 1616), 110
-, John (fl. 1714), 141
-, Ric. (fl. 1547), 110
-, Ric. (fl. 1720), 141
-, Ric. (d. 1787, another), 141
-, Wm., 141

sculptors, see Nollekens; Pleydell-Bouverie, Bertrand

Scurion, Wm., rector of Foxley, chaplain of Arundel's chant, in Canterbury cath., 88

Seagry:
-, Alex, of, 189, 192
-, Joan, w. of John of (fl. 1316–21), 198
-, John of (fl. 1300), 198
-, John of (fl. 1306), 198
-, John of (fl. 1316–21, ? another), 189, 198
-, Sim. of (fl. 1242–3), 189
-, Sim. of (fl. 1275, ? another), 189
-, Sim. of (fl. 1321), 198

Seagry, 3, 5, 7, 75, 81, 186–94, 187, 213, 218, 221, 227
-, adv., 81, 192–3
-, agric, 191–2
-, as address, 31
-, boundaries, 186
-, ch., 187, 190, 192–3
-, common meadow, 2, 191–2
-, cts., 192
-, curate, 193
-, dom. archit., 188–9
-, farms, 189–92
-, inc., 186, 191
-, inn, 188
-, man., 188–92, 198, 200
-,-, the Chestnuts, 190, 192
-,-, Church farm, 189
-,-, Rectory, 190–1, 193
-, par. officers, 192
-, poor relief, 192
-, poorho., 192
-, pop., 187
-, prehist. rem., 187
-, prot. nonconf., 188, 193–4
-, roads, 186–7
-, schs., 187–8, 194
-, Seagry, Lower (Nether):
-,-, agric, 191
-,-, dom. archit., 187–9
-,-, hamlet, 187, 189, 191
-,-, man., 189–90, 192
-,-, place name, 187
-,-, pop., 187
-, Seagry, Upper (Over):
-,-, agric, 191
-, Seagry, Upper Seagry (cont.)
-,-, dom. archit., 188–9
-,-, hamlet, 187, 189, 191
-,-, place name, 188
-,-, pop., 187
-,-, prot. nonconf., 194
-,-, sch., 194
-,-, woodland, 192
-, Seagry Hill, 186
-, Seagry Ho., 3, 188–90, 188, 192
-, tithes, 190–1, 193
-, trades, 192
-, vestry, 192
-, vicarage, 80, 164, 192–3, 202, 210
-, vicarage ho., 187, 193
-, vicars, 192–3; and see Anketell; Awdry, C. H.; Bridges, Edw.; Edie; Lake, Gilb.; Rogers, Benj.
-, woodland, 192, 201

Seagry House estate, 190, 192, 217

Seale, Thos., rector of Great Somerford and of St. Clement's, Jersey, 203

Sealy, fam., 203

Sellwood:
-, H. J., 122
-, J., 122
-, W. A., 123
-, fam., 122

Selwood (apparently different from Sellwood):
-, H. J., 18
-, John, 18

serjeanty, 76–7

Serle, Ric, 198

settlement, see under places, and see (for cross references) Anglo-Saxon settlement and remains; prehistoric settlement and remains; Romano-British settlement and remains

settlement, depopulated, 10

Sevington, see Leigh Delamere

sewage works, see Malmesbury; Oaksey

Seymour:
-, Edw., duke of Somerset, 41, 139
-, Thos., Baron Seymour, 98

Shaftesbury (Dors.), abbey, 84

Shaftesbury Society, 142, 233

Sharington:
-, Hen., 57
-, Wm., 97

Shaw, John, 141

sheeptellers, 61

sheet metal manufacture, 148

Shenfield, Baron Lucas of, see Lucas, John

Sheppard:
-, A., w. of Harold, m. 2— Webb, 98
-, Harold, 98
-, J., 19
-, John, 208
-, Rachel, see Powell
-, V., 19

Sheppard & Brown Ltd., 225

Sherborne:
-, Alice, w. of Wal. of, m. 2 John Chambers, 188
-, Felice of, m. Wm. Chambers, 188
-, Isabel of, m. Alex, of Broom, 188
-, Rob. of, 188
-, Wal. of, 188

Sherborne (Dors.), bp. of, see Aldhelm

Sherborne House (Glos.), 50

sheriff, see Wiltshire

Sherston, Great, 114, 160
-, benefice, 12, 87
-, farm, 112

Sherston Pinkney:
-, as address, 155, 171
-, Pinkney Park, 85, 172

Sherwood, Wm., vicar of Malmesbury, 156

Shewring:
-, A., 123
-, H.J., 123
-, fam., 123

Shipton:
-, Ralph of, 183
-, Rob., 85, 234

Shipton Hill, see Westport

Shipton Moyne (Glos.), 28

Shirley:
-, Eliz., see Washington
-, Laur. (d. 1743), 90
-, Laur., Earl Ferrers (d. 1760), 90
-, Rob., Earl Ferrers, 90

Shirriff, Murray, 98

shoemakers, 47

Short:
-, Ric, and his w. Joan, 43
-, Wm., 43

Shuttleworth, Phil., rector of Foxley, bp. of Chichester, warden of New Coll., Oxf., 88

Sifrewast, Geof. de, 199

silk ribbon production, 146

Simmons:
-, P. T., 208
-, Theodore, 208

Simpson, Jos., rector of Garsdon, 93

Sisters of St. Joseph of Annecy, 160

Sisum, G. W., 233

Siward (fl. 1066), 57

Siward (fl. 1086, ? the same), 56

Siward (fl. 1086, ? another), 198, 200

Skey:
-, John (fl. 1428), 112
-, John (fl. 1448, ? another), 112
-, Thos., and his w. Joan, 112

Skinner, John, vicar of Malmesbury, 156

skittles, 61

slaughterhouses, see Charlton; Malmesbury

Slifield:
-, Francis, 141
-, Mat., 141
-, Ralph, 141, 144

Sloper:
-, Mat., 43, 143
-, Sarah, see Kyffin

Smith:
-, A. H., 180
-, C. D., 171–2
-, Eliz. (fl. 1461), see Eyre
-, Eliz., dau. of John (d. 1765), 197
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1765), see Alexander
-, Eliz., w. of John (fl. 1767), 233
-, Fred., 122
-, Honora, m. Geo. Wilder, 31
-, Jason, 61
-, (or Eyre), John (fl. 1521), 109
-, John(d. 1724), 197
-, John (d.1765), 197, 199–200
-, John(fl. 1767), 233
-, John (fl. c. 1950), 217
-, Justinian, 43
-, Mat., 142
-, Oswald, rector of Crudwell, 61
-, R.S., 233
-, Ralph, curate of Minety, rector of Oaksey, 185
-, Ric, 43
-, Sam., rector of Hardenhuish and of Stanton St. Quintin, 220
-, T.G., 31
-, W. E., 171
-, Wm., see Jones
-, fam., 200

Smithcot (in Dauntsey), 5–6, 65, 67
-, adv., 72
-, agric., 70
-, chap., 67, 72
-, chaplains, 72
-, common pastures, 70
-, cust. tenants, 70
-, dom. archit., 67
-, man., 69, 72
-, mills, 70–1
-, pop., 67
-, tithing, 71
-, woodland, 70

snake's-head fritillary (Oaksey lily), 177

Snell:
-, Sir Chas., 233
-, Sir John, 233
-, Nic., 57
-, Sir Thos., 233

societies:
-, co-operative farming, 201
-, friendly, 16, 39, 196, 223

Sodbury:
-, Agnes, 109
-, Hen., 109
-, Nic, 109

Sodbury, Chipping (Glos.), 202

Sodbury, Little (Glos.), 202

Sodbury, Old (Glos.), 202

Sodom, see Dauntsey

Sodom, see Oaksey: man.

Sole, W. A., rector of Crudwell, 61

Somerford:
-, Christine of, 238
-, Reynold of, 200
-, Ric. of, 200

Somerford, Great, 5, 7, 72, 159, 161, 194–204, 195
-, adv., 202
-, agric, 200–1
-, boundaries, 65, 186, 194, 204
-, bridges, 194
-, castle, 195
-, char., 104
-, ch., 195, 202–3
-, common meadow, 201
-, common pastures, 201–2
-, cts., 202
-, curates, 203
-, dom. archit., 195–200, 202
-, farms, 197–201
-, friendly society, 196
-, glebe, 200–2
-, Goose Green, 196
-, inc., 194, 196, 201–2
-, inns, 196
-, man., 196–202
-,-, Blanchards, 198–9
-,-, Brook farm, 198–200
-,-, Culverhouse, 200
-,-, Grove farm, 199
-,-, Manor farm, 198
-,-, Mayo's, 199
-,-, Mills, 200
-,-, Somerford Bowles, 198–9
-,-, Somerford Mautravers, 197, 199–202
-,-, West Street farm, 200
-, mill, 202
-, pk., 199
-, parochial ch. council, 204
-, place name, 1, 194–5, 204
-, poor relief, 202
-, poorho., 202, 204
-, pop., 195
-, prehist. rem., 195
-, prot. nonconf., 196, 203–4, 211
-, rly. sta., see Somerford, Little: rly. sta.
-, rectors, 201–4, and see Arnold; Cholsey; Demainbray; Lake, Wm.; Manley, F. H.; Reeks, Isaac; Seale; Tonkin; Wayte, Edm.
-, rectory, 164, 192, 202, 210–11
-, rectory ho., 195, 202–3
-, roads, 194
-, schs., 196, 200, 204
-, Startley, q.v.
-, streets, 195–6
-, tithes, 201–2
-, trades, 201
-, village, 195–6, 201
-, woodland, 192, 200–1

Somerford, Little, 5, 7, 15, 119, 131, 204–11, 205
-, adv., 210–11
-, agric, 208–9
-, boundaries, 127, 165, 204
-, bridges, 206
-, burial board, 210
-, cemetery, 206, 210
-, char., 211
-, ch., 206, 210–11, 228
-, ch. ho., 206, 210–11
-, common meadow, 167, 209
-, common pastures, 2, 167, 206, 209; and see Somerford, Little: Somerford common
-, cts., 210
-, curates, 211
-, cust. tenants, 210
-, dom. archit., 206–7, 209–10
-, farms, 207–9
-, glebe, 209–10
-, inc., 204, 209
-, inns, 206
-, man., 167, 207–8, 210–11
-,-, Maunditts Park, 208–9
-, mill, 206–7, 209–10
-, pk., 208–9
-,-, parker, 208
-, place name, 1, 194, 204
-, poor relief, 201
-, pop., 206
-, prehist. rem., 206
-, prot. nonconf., 211
-, rly. sta., 195, 205, 209
-, rectors, 206, 210–11; and see Astley; Brown, R. G.; Evans, Arthur; Felix; Fenn; Hill, Sam.; Palmer, John and Wm.; Wightwick, Hen.
-, rectory, 164, 192, 202–3, 210–11
-, rectory ho., 206, 208, 210
-, roads, 205
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 206
-, sch., 206, 211
-, Somerford common, 204–5, 209
-, streets, 206
-, tithes, 210
-, trades, 209
-, village, 2, 206–7
-, woodland, 209

Somerford Bowles, see Somerford, Great: man.

Somerford Keynes (Glos. from 1896), 176

Somerford Mautravers, see Somerford, Great: man.

Somerset, Diana, 216

Somerset, duke of, see Seymour

Somerset, see Cheddar; Glastonbury; Kenn
-, Kilmington, rector, see Hill, Sam.
-, Stoke, North, rector, see Walker, Sam.
-, Wells, cath. ch., canons, see Bromhall; Cholsey; Hill, Sam.

sorcery, see witchcraft and witches

South Western Gas Board, 154

Southery Farms Ltd., 18, 41

Southfield, see Malmesbury: man.

Spackman, Geo., 233

spaniel, 202

Sparrow (or Herbard), And., rector of Brinkworth, canon of St. David's, 23

Speed, John, 168

Sperring, Abraham, 199

Spicer, Wm., 143

spirit merchants, 225

Spong, Wm., 143

Spooner, Ann, 69

sports and games, see Beaufort hunt; bird shooting; bowling; cricket; fisheries and fishing; football; Foxley: polo ground; hockey; Malmesbury: clubs and swimming pool; tennis

spruce, 192
-, Norway spruce, 218

Squire:
-, Lettice, see Royle
-, Thos., 109

Stacey, Ric., 98

Stafford:
-, Edm. de, earl of Stafford, 215
-, Edw., duke of Buckingham, 215
-, Hen., duke of Buckingham, 215
-, Hugh de, earl of Stafford, 215
-, Humph., earl of Stafford, duke of Buckingham, 215, 219
-, Isabel, see Baynton
-, J. B., 190
-, Marg., see Audley
-, Rob. de, earl of Stafford, 215
-, Thos. de, earl of Stafford, 215
-, Thos., 18, 30
-, Wm. de, earl of Stafford, 215
-, Sir Wm., and his w. Dorothy, 188

Stamford, Ric. of, 84

Standen:
-, Adam of, 56
-, (or St. Martin), Alice, w. of Godfrey of, m. 2 Wal. de la Hay, 56
-, (or St. Martin), Godfrey of, 56
-, Hugh, 56

Stanley, John, vicar of Hullavington, 117

Stanton:
-, And. of, 58
-, Wm. of, vicar and rector of Stanton St. Quintin, 220

Stanton St. Quintin, 5, 7, 75, 79, 162, 212, 213–21
-, adv., 219
-, agric, 217–18
-, airfield, see Hullavington: R.A.F. sta.
-, boundaries, 75, 186, 213
-, bridge, 214
-, char., 221
-, ch., 3, 116, 213–14, 219–20
-, Clanville, 213, 217–18
-, common pastures, 213, 217
-, cts., 219
-, curates, 220
-, cust. tenants, 217
-, dom. archit., 214–15, 219–20
-, farms, 110, 114, 163–4, 216–18
-, gibbet, 219
-, glebe, 216–19
-, inc., 1, 213, 217–19
-, Knabwell, see Draycot Cerne: Knabwell and man. (Nabals)
-, man., 162, 188–9, 213, 215–19
-, manor ho., 213–14, 216, 220
-, mill, 218
-, par. officers, 219
-, pk., 217–18
-, place name, 1, 213
-, police sta., 215
-, poor relief, 219
-, pop., 214
-, prot. nonconf., 220–1
-, rectors, 216–20; and see Bromhall; Buckley; Charnbury, Wm.; Cotes; Ham; Pleydell-Bouverie, Bertrand; Powell, Francis; Smith, Sam.; Stanton, Wm. of; Sterre
-, rectory, 174–5, 193, 219
-, rectory ho., 213–15, 219–21
-, roads, 213
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 214
-, schs., 221
-, Stanton, Lower (Nether Stanton, Lower Stanton St. Quintin), 213, 217–19
-,-, dom. archit., 214
-,-, place name, 213
-,-, pop., 214
-,-, prot. nonconf., 213, 220–1
-, Stanton, Upper (Stanton, Stanton St. Quintin), 213–14, 217–18, 220
-,-, dom. archit., 214
-,-, place name, 213
-,-, pop., 214
-, tithes, 218–19
-, trades, 218
-, vicar, 219; and see Stanton, Wm. of
-, vicarage, 219
-, vicarage ho., see Stanton St. Quintin: rectory ho.
-, woodland, 213, 217–18

Staples:
-, Alex. (fl. 1585), 142
-, Alex. (d. 1590, ? the same), 171, 173
-, Geo., 142

Startley:
-, Maud of, 56
-, Ralph of, 56

Startley (in Great Somerford), 7, 195, 198
-, common pastures, 6, 196, 201
-, farms, 198–9, 201
-, hamlet, 194, 201
-, ind., 201
-, prot. nonconf., 203–4
-, Startley ash, 6

Startley (formerly Sutelesberg), hundred, 5–7, 15, 75, 187, 218
-, cts., 6–7, 115, 135, 196, 218
-, jurors, 7
-, meeting place, 5–6, 196
-, officers, 7
-,-, bailiff, 7; and see Mare, Rob. de la (fl. 1255)

Starvall, see Norton

Staverton (Glos.), vicar of, see Fenn

Steele, Jas., vicar of Malmesbury, 156

steeplechases, 179

Stephen, King, 136, 139, 226

Sterre, Nic, rector of Stanton St. Quintin, 220

Stevens:
-, Jane, see Bridges
-, Mary, 181
-, Ric, 235
-, Wm., 181
-, Mrs., 181

Stockham, John, 211

stocks (punitive), 21, 47

Stoke, North (Som.), rector of, see Walker, Sam.

Stonehill (in Charlton), 33, 38, 44
-, dom. archit., 40
-, pk., 38, 44–5
-, prot. nonconf., 50
-, woodland, 37, 47

stonemason, 21

Stoppers Hill, see Brinkworth

Storey, H. L., 111, 142, 233

Stradling:
-, Anne, m. Sir John Danvers (d. 1514), 10, 68–9, 68, 72
-, Edm., 10, 12, 68, 71
-, Edw., 10, 68
-, Eliz., w. of Edm., m. 2 Wm. Lygon, 12, 71
-, Joan, see Dauntsey
-, Sir John (d. 1433), 12, 68
-, John (d. 1471), 10, 68
-, fam., 69

Strangways, Susanna, m. Thos. Horner, 19, 85; and see Fox-Strangways

Stratton:
-, Anne (d. 1693), w. of Thos., 189
-, Anne (d. 1731), 189
-, Edw., 19
-, John (d. 1624), 19
-, John (fl. 1702), 190
-, Jos., 21
-, Nic. of, rector of Garsdon, 93
-, Rebecca, 189
-, Rob. (d. 1700), 189–90
-, Rob. (d. 1758), 189
-, Thos., 189

Stratton St. Margaret, 126

Street farm, see Oaksey: man.

Strong, W., 72

Stroud Brewery Co., 147

stud farms, 8, 60; and see Cowfold: king's race

Stumpe:
-, Cath., see Moody
-, Eliz., m. Sir Hen. Knyvett, 18, 30–1, 41, 50, 97, 141, 166, 235
-, Isabel, see Baynton
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1563), 18, 21, 30–1, 41, 97, 134, 140–1, 155, 166, 233
-, Jas. (d. 1602), 30, 235
-, John (d. 1600), 30–1, 143, 235
-, John (fl. 1675), rector of Bremilham and of Foxley, vicar of Norton and of Sutton Benger, 12–13, 88, 175, 227
-, Thos., 30
-, Wm. (d. 1552), 7, 17, 30–1, 134, 146, 155–6, 166, 233
-, Wm. (fl. 1576), 233
-, Wm. (fl. early 17th cent., another), vicar of Westport, 238
-, Wm. (fl. 1644, another), 30, 235
-, fam., 148

Stur, fam., 109

Sturge:
-, Dan., 57
-, Eliz., see Mill
-, Sam., 57
-, Toby Walker (d. 1841), 57
-, Toby Walker, s. of Toby Walker, 57
-, Wm., 57

Sturgis:
-, Julian, 69, 200
-, Peter, 69, 198
-, T. R., 198

Sturmy:
-, Adam, 31
-, Adam (? another), 31
-, Rob., 31

Suffolk:
-, earldom, 18, 30, 91, 97, 122, 142, 233–4
-, earls of, 50, 233–4; and see Howard

Summerhouse, see Charlton: man.

Sundays Hill, see Brinkworth

surgeon, 225
-, parish, 80

Surrendell (in Hullavington), 5–6, 104, 113
-, agnc, 114–15
-, boundaries, 104–5
-, chap., 116–17
-, chaplains, 117
-, ch., 108, 116–17
-, common pastures, 114
-, cust. tenants, 114
-, dom. archit., 108
-, Dunley:
-,-, dom. archit., 108
-,-, farms, 104, 112, 114–15
-,-, place name, 104
-, the Elm and the Ash, 108
-, farms, 112, 114–15
-, glebe, 116–17
-, hamlet, 104–5, 108
-, inc., 113
-, man., 110–12, 114, 116–17
-, manor ho., 108, 112, 220
-, pop., 108
-, road, 104
-, tithes, 105, 116
-, tithing, 104, 115
-, woodland, 2, 115

Surrey, see Kew

Sussex, bp. of Chichester, see Shuttleworth

Sutelesberg hundred, see Startley hundred

Sutton:
-, Bridget, m. John Manners, duke of Rutland, 216
-, Marg., see Hungerford
-, Rob., Baron Lexinton, 162, 188, 216

Sutton Benger, 5, 29, 75, 79–80, 186, 221–9, 222
-, adv., 226
-, agric, 224–5
-, boundaries, 186, 221
-, bridge, 221
-, chap., 2, 223, 226
-, ch., 221, 223, 226–8, 227
-, common meadow, 224–5
-, cts., 226
-, curates, 211, 227–8
-, cust. tenants, 32, 79, 224–5
-, dom. archit., 2, 223–4, 227
-, factory, 201, 223, 226
-, farms, 79, 224–5
-, friendly society, 223
-, glebe, 227
-, inc., 224–5
-, inns, 223–5
-, man., 224–6
-,-, Rectory, 224, 227
-, mill, 224
-, pk., see Draycot Cerne: pk.
-, place name, 1, 221
-, poor relief, 226
-, pop., 223
-, prehist. rem., 223
-, prot. nonconf., 228
-, rectors, 226; and see Cardeville; Heigham
-, rectory, 226
-, roads, 221, 223
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 223
-, schs., 82, 223–4, 228–9
-, street, 223
-, tithes, 224, 226–7
-, trades, 225
-, vestries, 226
-, vicarage, 224, 226–7
-, vicarage ho., 227
-, vicars, 226–7; and see Atkinson; Davies, Chas.; Dawson; Lipscomb; Marsh, G. T.; Noble; Ogle; Stumpe, John
-, village, 1, 223
-, woodland, 221, 225
-, workho., 226

Sutton Mandeville, 221

Sutton Veny, 221
-, ch., 221

Swallett Gate (formerly Dauntsey Gate, in Christian Malford and Dauntsey), 66–7

Swan, John, vicar of Malmesbury, 156

swanimote, 21

Swill brook, see Braydon brook

swimming pool, see Malmesbury

Swindon, 211

T.

TMC Ltd., 147

Tanner:
-, Geo., 167
-, Ric. (fl. 1567), 22
-, Ric. (fl. 1839), 167
-, Rob., 167

tanners, tanning, tannery, tanyards, 10–11, 92, 146, 237

Taylor:
-, Ant., see Davis
-, Jas., see Davis
-, Thos., see Davis
-, —, bell founder, 186, 203

Teagle:
-, Eliz., see Hollis
-, John, 190
-, Wm., 190
-, fam., 209

Teffont Evias, 56, 198

telephone equipment manufacture, 147

telephone exchange, 107

Telling, A. J., 57

tennis, 137

tenures (less common), see acremen; gavelmen; Monday lands

Teodric (fl. 1086), 199

Tetbury (Glos.), 51, 148
-, as address, 59
-, Charlton, q.v.
-, mkt., 1

textile industry, see broadcloths; clothiers; clothmaking; clothworkers; clothyard; drugget maker; dye houses; fullers and fulling; lace making; looms; Malmesbury: cloth factory; silk ribbon production; weavers; wool comber; wool spinner; woollen cloth manufacture; woollen draper; woolstaplers

Thames, riv., 40, 176

Thatcham (Berks.), vicar of, see Thompson, Seth

Theyn:
-, Geof., 30
-, Miles, 30
-, Wm. (fl. 1242–3), 30
-, Wm. (fl. 1268, another), 30, 42
-, fam., 30

third penny, 139

Thomas:
-, D.J.C., 180
-, P.H., 185

Thompson:
-, Mat., 11
-, Seth, rector of Foxley, vicar of Thatcham, 88
-, fam., 237

Thornbury:
-, John, 156
-, M., 98

Thorngrove hundred, 5

Thornhill (in Westport), 229, 235–6
-, agric, 235
-, common pastures, 235
-, cts., 237
-, cust. tenants, 235
-, dom. archit., 232–3
-, farms, 236
-, hamlet, 231–2
-, inc., 235
-, man., 27, 233, 235, 237; and see Westport: man. (Archars, Backbridge)
-, tithes, 235

threshing machines, 100

Thunder brook, 15

Thynne:
-, Sir Jas., 199
-, Sir John (d. 1580), 199
-, Sir John (d. 1604), 199
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1639), 199
-, Thos. (d. 1682), 199
-, Thos., Vct. Weymouth (d. 1714), 199
-, Thos., Vct. Weymouth (d. 1751), 199
-, Thos., marquess of Bath (d. 1796), 199
-, Thos., marquess of Bath (d. 1837), 199
-, fam., 202

tile making, 167, 177

timber merchant, 148

Timbrell, John, 198

Tippetts, Josiah Paul, see Paul

Tisbury, see Nippred

Titchfield (Hants), vicar of, see Radcliffe

tithing penny, 6

Tochi (fl. 1066), 18

Tockenham, 15

Tocotes:
-, Eliz., see Beauchamp
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1492), 30, 42, 57, 79
-, Rog. (fl. 1535), 30

Todd:
-, C, 181
-, D.C. C, 181
-, G.C., 181
-, J., 181

Tonkin, Wm., rector of Great Somerford, 203

Topp, D. G., 91

Tosier, John, 211

Tovi (fl. 1086), 57

Townshend, see Marsham-Townshend

trades and industries, see agricultural machinery manufacture and repair; animal feed manufacture; antiques, storage and sale of; auctioneering; bacon curing; banking; brewing; brickmaking; butter making; cattle dealing; cheese making; chicken preparation; chocolate making; clothmaking; corrugated paper and fibreboard case manufacture; egg production; engineering workshops; fulling; fur and skin dressing; glove making; glue making; gravel extraction; iron working; lights manufacture; lime making; malting; oil and petrol distribution; parchment making; pipe making; quarrying; radio, electrical, and electronic equipment manufacture; sheet metal manufacture; silk ribbon production; tanning; telephone equipment manufacture; tile making; veterinary chemicals manufacture; woollen cloth manufacture
-, and see (each for cross references) dairy industry; mills; occupations and professions; textile industry

Trapp, Jos., rector of Dauntsey, professor of poetry in Oxford university, 72

Trebett, Wm., 21

trees (less common), see Douglas fir; larch; pine; spruce; Startley: Startley ash; Wellingtonias

Tregoze:
-, John, 198
-, Rob., 56, 198

Trent, Mr., 78

Trevethin, Barons, see Lawrence

Trimnell, Wal., 141

Trinity College, see Cambridge university

Trowbridge, 192
-, honor, 199

Trye, Agnes, see Mompesson

Tuck:
-, Adam, see Peddington
-, Marg., 142
-, Rob., 142

tumbril, 184

Turk, John, 45

Turner, Ric, vicar of Malmesbury, 156

Turnor:
-, A. R., 85, 235
-, R. W.C., 235
-, W. W., 85, 172

Twatley, see Brokenborough: man.

Twinhoe:
-, Chris., 87
-, John, 183

Tybotot, Rob., Ld. Tybotot, 197

Tyler, W. S., 163

Tylney-Long:
-, Cath., see Windsor
-, Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1794), see Long
-, Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1805), 77, 190, 224
-, and see Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley

Tyringham (Bucks.), rector of see Mauley

Tytherton Kellaways, benefice, 226

U.

Ulueva (fl. 1066), 90

Ulwi (fl. 1066), 55

United States:
-, Air Force, 55
-, and see Ohio; Philadelphia

Upton Scudamore, rector of, see Barry

urban sanitary district, see Malmesbury

Urdley, Ric, and his w. Marg., 98

utilities, public, see council houses; electricity sub-station; Malmesbury: ambulance station; fire station, gasworks, police station, waterworks; Stanton St. Quintin: police station; water towers

V.

Vanlore:
-, Cath., w. of Sir Peter, m. 2 Peregrine Pelham, 148
-, Sir Peter, 148

Vassall, Hen., see Fox

Vasterne park, see Wootton Bassett

Venoix:
-, Johnde(fl. 1220), 77
-, John de (fl. 1228, ? another), 77, 81
-, John de (d. 1260, ? another), 77
-, Johnde(fl. 1275), 77
-, Rob. de(fl. 1130), 76, 81
-, Rob. de (fl. 1197, another), 77
-, Wm. de, 76
-, fam., 77, 81

Vere:
-, Dorothy, w. of John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1544), 55
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1360), 69
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1544), 55, 58, 61
-, Maud, see Badlesmere
-, Thos. de, earl of Oxford, 69

vestries, see Brinkworth; Crudwell; Draycot Cerne; Hullavington; Lea and Cleverton; Malmesbury; Seagry; Sutton Benger

veterinary chemicals manufacture, 60

viaduct, 206

village halls, 39, 121, 178, 215

Villiers, Rob., see Danvers

vineyards, 143–4

Vines:
-, Anne, 188
-, Rob., 188

Voelcker, R. P., 217

W.

Wadworth & Co., 225

Waite:
-, E., 161, 240
-, John (fl. 1702–25), 148
-, John (fl. 1725, another), 148
-, and see Wayte

Wakely Hill, see Brokenborough

Walcot (in Malmesbury or Westport), 127, 229

Walden, Saffron, see Audley End

Waldron:
-, John (fl. 1726), 19
-, John (d. by 1763, another), 19
-, and see Walrond

Waldron's, see Brinkworth: man.

Wales, 15, 137, 147

Walker:
-, Anne, see Cale
-, Eliz. (d. 1833), 171
-, Eliz. (d. 1848), 172 n
-, J. A., 43
-, J. B., 43
-, J. J., 43
-, Sam., rector of North Stoke and of Whitchurch, 111
-, Wm., 171

Wall, Cornelius, 208

Waller, Sir Wm., 134, 136

Wallingford (Berks., later Oxon.), honor, 56, 61, 69

Walrond:
-, Edw. (d. 1605), and his w. Dorothy, 19
-, Edw. (fl. 1640), 19
-, Francis, 19
-, Ric, 19
-, Thos., and his w. Eleanor, 19
-, fam., 17
-, and see Waldron

Walsingham, Sir Francis, 188

Walton:
-, Marg., w. of Thos., 57
-, Thos., 56–7, 61–2, 102

Ward:
-, R. C., 78
-, R. L., 78
-, Rob., vicar of Hullavington, 117
-, Zacharias, 141

wardwyte, freedom from, 150

Warneford:
-, Edm. (d. 1649), and his w. Marg., 97
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1700), 97–8
-, Edm. (fl. 1706), 97
-, H. L., rector of Foxley with Bremilham, vicar of Norton, 175
-, Harriet Wetherell, 184
-, John(d. 1558).97–9
-, John (d. 1620), 97
-, Thos. (d. 1539), 98
-, Thos. (d. 1639), 97

Warner:
-, E. P., 180–1
-, Frank, and his w. Ruth, 181
-, John, & Sons, 118, 165
-, R.C., 178, 181, 186
-, Rob., 181

Warre:
-, John la, Ld. la Warre (d. 1347), 198
-, John la, Ld. la Warre (d. 1398), 198
-, Rog. la, Ld. la Warre, 198

warrens, 32, 235
-, free warren, 18, 30, 58, 78, 122, 197, 207, 215
-, rabbit warren, 183

Warwickshire, see Birmingham

Washington:
-, Eleanor, w. of Laur. (d. 1661), m. 2
-,-, —Pargiter, 93
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Shirley, Earl Ferrers, 90
-, Sir Laur. (d. 1643), 90, 95
-, Laur. (d. 1661), 90, 93
-, fam., 91, 155

watchman, agrarian, 101

water meadows, 177, 191

water towers, 40, 154, 166

Waters:
-, John, 43
-, (de aqua), Jordan, and his w. Maud, 198

waterworks, see Malmesbury

Watson, A., 21

Watts:
-, John, 140
-, (or Gibbs), Phil., 123
-, Ric, 140

Wayte:
-, Anne, see Mompesson
-, Edm., rector of Bremilham and of Great Somerford, vicar of Norton, 13, 175, 202
-, Eleanor, m. Ric Browning (d. 1573), 198
-, Eliz., m. Sir Ric. Norton (d. 1592), 189
-, Wm., 189
-, and see Waite

Weaver:
-, Edw., 143, 234
-, John, 143

weavers, 21, 34, 47, 60, 92, 101, 146; and see London: Weavers' Company

Webb:
-, A., see Sheppard
-, Allen, 233
-, Anne, see Kilbury
-, Ant. (fl. 1571), 30, 43, 234
-, Ant., grds. of Ant. (fl. 1571), 43
-, (or Richmond), Ant. (fl. 1583, ? another), 84
-, Ant. (fl. 1989), 122
-, Edw., 112
-, Frances, m. Thos. Salisbury, 180
-, Francis, 180
-, Paul, 122
-, Percy, 233
-, Ric, 87
-, (or Richmond), Rog., 84
-, Roy, 233

Weddell:
-, Anne, Baroness Lucas of Crudwell, m. Geo. Cowper, Earl Cowper, 55
-, (formerly Robinson, later de Grey), Thos., Baron Grantham, Baron Lucas of Crudwell, Earl de Grey, 55,61

Weeks:
-, John (d. 1678), 18, 24–5
-, John(fl. 1736), 18
-, John (d. c. 1802, ? another), 123
-, Wm. (fl. 1840), 123
-, Wm. (fl. 1854, ? another), 123
-, Wm. (fl. 1865, ? the same), 123

Weeks, see Brinkworth: man.

Weinberg, Sir Mark, 112, 140

Welbourne, Rob., 71

Wellesley:
-, Christian, Earl Cowley, 77–8, 81, 189–90, 192, 198, 224
-, Clare, w. of Hen., Earl Cowley (d. 1919), 190
-, Hen., Earl Cowley (d. 1884), 77, 189–90, 198, 224
-, Hen., Earl Cowley (d. 1919), 77, 141, 189–90, 217, 224
-, Wm., Earl Cowley, 77, 81, 189, 224
-, and see Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley

Wellesley, Vct., see Pole-Tylney-LongWellesley

Wellesley-Pole, Wm., see Pole-TylneyLong-Wellesley

Wellingtonias, 76

Wellow (Hants), rector of, 23

Wells:
-, Jas., 82
-, John, 200

Wells (Som.), cath. ch., canons, see Bromhall; Cholsey; Hill, Sam.

Welsh, Edw., 140

Wendens Ambo (Essex), vicar of, see Ryder, Edw.

Wesley, John, 159

Wessex, kings of, 25

West:
-, Anne, w. of Hen., m. 2 Thos. Feltham, 31
-, Edw., 217
-, Francis, rector of Dauntsey and of Draycot Cerne, curate of Kellaways, 81
-, Hen., 31
-, J., 217
-, John (fl. early 15th cent.), 31
-, John (fl. early 16th cent.), 31
-, W. W., 141

West park (in Malmesbury), 144, 153, 156
-, agnc, 144
-, dom. archit., 138
-, farms, 144
-, lodge, 138
-, man., 140–1
-, woodland, 144

West Street farm, see Somerford, Great: man.

Western Electricity Distributing Corporation, 154

Western Poultry Packers, 226

Westfield, see Lea and Cleverton: man.

Westley:
-, Alice, m. Benj. Adamson, 179–80
-, John, 180
-, Sir Rob., 180, 186

Westmill, Wm. of, 148

Westminster Abbey, canon of, see Ingram

Westport, 5–6, 9–10, 13, 25, 27, 29, 127, 129, 135–7, 153, 156, 229–40, 230
-, A.-S. rem., 3, 231, 237; and see Westport: ch., Saxon
-, adv., 49, 238
-, agric, 144, 235–7
-, boundaries, 127, 129, 169, 229, 231
-, Bremilham Mill, 27, 34, 233–7
-, bridges, 231
-, cemetery, see Malmesbury: cemetery
-, chant., 31, 143, 235, 238–9
-, chap., 134, 231, 237–8
-,-, the Hermitage, 173, 238
-,-, and see Brokenborough: ch.; Charlton: ch.
-, char., 161, 240
-, chs., 229, 237–9
-, ch. of St. Mary, 3, 25, 34, 37, 48, 158, 231, 237–40, 237
-, ch., Saxon, 3, 127, 229, 231, 237–8
-, civil par., see Westport: Westport St. Mary Within
-, Civil War, see Malmesbury: Civil War
-, common pastures, 235; and see Westport : King's Heath
-, constables, 153, 237
-, curate, 239; and see Pearte
-, dom. archit., 135, 231–3, 237
-, factories, 232, 237
-, fairs, 149, 231
-, farms, 146, 233–4, 236
-, Filands, q.v.
-, glebe, see Charlton: glebe
-, guildhall, see Malmesbury: borough (guildhalls),
-, half-hundred, 149–50
-, hosp., see Malmesbury: hosp.; Westport: smallpox ho.'
-, Hyam, q.v.
-, inc., 235–6; and see Westport: King's Heath (inc.)
-, ind., 147, 232, 236–7; and see Malmesbury: ind. and Westport Ironworks
-, inns, 136, 232
-, King's Heath (Malmesbury common), 83, 85, 131, 143, 149–51, 154, 157, 159–60, 168, 174, 229, 231, 234–5, 237–8
-,-, agric., 236–7
-,-, inc., 85, 87, 150, 159–60, 163, 236
-, man., 233–5
-,-, Archars, 233
-,-, Backbridge, 234
-,-, Rectory, 235
-,-, and see Malmesbury: man.; Westport: King's Heath
-, mkts., 149, 231
-,-, mkt. places, 132, 231
-, mills, 34, 148, 231, 237; and see Malmesbury: mills; Westport: Bremilham Mill
-, place name, 229, 231
-, poor relief, 237
-, poorho., 237
-, pop., 231–2
-, prot. nonconf., 3, 158–60, 232, 239–40
-, roads, 231
-, Rom. Catholicism, 239
-, schs., 10, 13, 160, 239–40; and see Malmesbury: schs.
-, Shipton Hill, 27, 29
-, 'smallpox ho.', 233
-, streets, 231
-,-, West St., 231, 236
-,-, and see Malmesbury: town (streets: Abbey Row, Burnivale, King's Wall)
-, suburb, 127, 131–2, 229, 231–2, 236–7
-, tanyard, 237
-, Thornhill, q.v.
-, tithes, 235, 238
-, trades, 147, 237
-, vicarage, 155, 157, 237–9
-, vicarage ho., 156, 238
-, vicars, 35, 48–9, 238–9; and see Hollinworth; Hutchinson; Lake, Gilb.; Nicholas, John; Stumpe, Wm.; Whitley
-, Walcot, q.v.
-, Westport St. Mary Within, 27, 132, 229
-, woodland, 231

Westport Ironworks, see Malmesbury

West's, see Brokenborough: man.

West wood, see I ford

Weymouth, Vcts., see Thynne, Thos. and Thos.

wharf, 66, 71

Wharton:
-, Anne, see Lee
-, Jane, m. Rob. Coke, 139
-, Lucy, dau. of Thos., marquess of Wharton, m. Sir Wm. Morice, Bt., 139
-, Lucy, w. of Thos., marquess of Wharton, 191
-, Phil., duke of Wharton, 12, 139
-, Thos., earl of Wharton, marquess of Wharton, 12, 22, 139, 142, 155, 174, 191
-, fam., 174

Whatley Manor, see Brokenborough

Wheeler:
-, Jasper, 194
-, fam., 194

Whieldon, Wm., 171

Whistler:
-, Anne, see Cale
-, Ant., 111, 163
-, John, 111, 163

Whitbread, W. H., 109, 112

Whitchurch (in Malmesbury), 153, 235
-, agric, 145–6
-, chap., 138, 156
-, common pastures, 146, 153, 235
-, cts., 145, 152–3
-, dom. archit., 138
-, fair, 156
-, farms, 46, 142–6, 236
-, hamlet, 127, 138
-, inc., 145–6, 235
-, man. (Whitchurch and Milbourne), 27, 31, 122, 127, 142–3, 148–9, 152–3, 156, 234
-, tithes, 143

Whitchurch (Oxon.);
-, as address, 111
-, rector, see Walker, Sam.

White:
-, G. W. (d. 1892), 98
-, G. W. (d. 1920), 98
-, Geo., 98
-, J., 98
-, J. M., 98
-, John(fl. 1554), 61
-, John (d. c. 1774), 98
-, John (fl. 1809), 98, 100
-, John (fl. 1840, ? another), 98
-, Susanna, m. Wm. Earle (d. 1774), 57, 207
-, Wm. (fl. 1689–90), 207, 210–11
-, Wm. (d. 1722, another), 207–8

White Walls (in Brokenborough and Foxley), 25, 83

Whiteheath, see Malmesbury: man.

Whitehouse, see Brinkworth: man.

Whitfield, Geo., 159

Whitley, Mat., vicar of Westport, 49, 238

Wibert son of William, 30, 42

Wick Green (formerly Kemble Wick, in Kemble and Oaksey), 179, 182

Wickes:
-, Mic, 157, 159–61, 198–9
-, fam., 143

Widhill, see Cricklade

Wiflet (fl. 1066), 189

Wiggett, Jas., rector of Crudwell, curate and vicar of Hankerton, 62, 103

Wightwick:
-, Alice, 207–8
-, Blanche, 207–8
-, Chas., rector of Brinkworth, 23, 207–8
-, H. K., 207
-, Hen., curate of Brinkworth, rector of Little Somerford (d. 1846), 23, 207–8, 210
-, Hen., rector of Codford St. Peter (d. 1884), 207, 210
-, Louisa, 207–8
-, Lucy, 207–8
-, Marg., see Young
-, Mary, see Young
-, Maude, 207–8
-, Sarah, w. of Hen. (d. 1884), 207
-, Susan, m. Arthur Evans (d. 1897), 208

Wilder:
-, Geo., 31
-, Graham, 31
-, Honora, see Smith
-, fam., 31

Wilkins:
-, Chas., 171
-, Edm., 140–1, 155

William I, 215

William II, 215

William, duke of Bavaria, 56
-, his w., see Maud

William, earl of Gloucester, 215

William (fl. 1086), 10, 55

William, Reynold s. of, see Reynold

William, Wibert s. of, see Wibert

Williams:
-, Ann, 204
-, Jane, 204
-, Sam., 171

Williamson, Chas., 43, 143

Willis:
-, J.E., 31
-, Jonathan, 142
-, Sarah, 142

Wilsford (in Swanborough hundred), 71 n, 72, 179, 199

Wilson:
-, Isita, w. of Wm., 172
-, June, m. Count Jan Badeni, 172
-, Keith, 181
-, Noel, 172, 174
-, Rowland, 22
-, W B., 180
-, W. H. (fl. 1945–6), 208
-, W. H. (fl. 1952, ? the same), 181
-, Wm., 172

Wilton, Misses, 181

Wilton, 154

Wilts. &: Berks, canal, 15, 66–7, 71

Wilts, and Dorset Banking Co. Ltd., 147

Wilts. & Somerset Farmers Ltd., 147

Wilts. United Dairies, 71

Wiltshire, 1, 5, 144, 146, 176, 196
-, archdeacon, 226
-, assizes, 136, 214
-, boundary, 176
-, Chippenham constituency, 155
-, county council, 69–70, 154, 166, 189–90, 192, 199, 201
-, county police force, 153–4
-, escheator, see Charlton, John
-, parliamentary boroughs, 180
-, parliamentary committee, 136
-, quarter sessions, 136, 153–4
-, sheriff, 6–7, 154, 218
-,-, Serjeant, 7

Wiltshire, North, coroner's district, 151

Wiltshire, North, district, 11, 22, 34, 48, 61, 71, 80, 87, 92, 102, 116, 125, 151, 174, 184, 192, 202, 219, 226
-, council, 154

Wiltshire Agricultural Co-operative Society Ltd., 209

Wiltshire and Gloucestershire Standard, 136

Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine, 175

Wiltshire Creameries Ltd., 147

Winchcombe, Frances, see Howard

Winchester (Hants), bp. of, see Leutherius

Windell, Clifford, 78

Windmill Hill (in Crudwell and Hankerton), 51, 59–61, 95, 99–101

windmills, 21, 47, 61, 101, 183, 218

Windsor:
-, Andrews, rector of Draycot Cerne, 81
-, Cath., m. Sir Jas. Long (later TylneyLong), Bt. (d. 1794), 81–2, 194, 229
-, Other, earl of Plymouth, 81

Windsor (Berks.), chap, of St. Geo., 116

Wiseman:
-, T., 203
-, W., 203

witchcraft and witches, 157, 238

Withers, R. J., 78

Wittenham, Long (Berks.), rector of, see Demainbray

Wood, M.H., 44

Woodbridge brook, 1, 15, 17, 89, 119, 127.

Woodbridge Green, see Brinkworth: Hulberts Green

Woodcock, Humph., 43, 45, 142

Woodhouse:
-, J., & Co., 180
-, Jas., 180

Woodlands (formerly Eame Cross, in Kemble and Oaksey), 179

Woodman, N. T., 109

Woodruffe, Geo., 31

wool comber, 21

wool spinner, 34

Woolford:
-, D.J., 44
-, Rowland, 200

woollen cloth manufacture, 1, 34, 131, 146, 148, 192

woollen draper, 21

woolstaplers, 21, 192

Wootton, Jesse, 233

Wootton Bassett:
-, boundary, 15
-, Vastern pk., 15

Worcester, 186

Worcestershire, see Hardwick; Worcester

workhouses:
-, parish, 116; and see Brinkworth; Crudwell; Lea and Cleverton; Malmesbury; Sutton Benger
-, union, see Chippenham: poor-law union; Malmesbury: poor-law union

Workman:
-, John, 172
-, Ric, 172
-, Thos., 172

Wraxall, North, rector of, see Bridges, Edw.

Wright:
-, Anne, see Chadderton
-, John, 111

Wriothesley, Thos., Baron Wriothesley, Wygold, fam., 61

Wynsum, Mabel, 117

Wynter:
-, Geo., 141
-, Wm., 141

Y.

Yate, Edw., 199

Yatesbury, rector of, see Fettiplace

Yew:
-, John (d. 1588), 195, 197, 199, 201
-, John (d. by 1623), 197, 201

York:
-, dchss. of, see Plantagenet
-, duke of, see James II

Yorke:
-, Amabel, Baroness Lucas of Crudwell, Ctss. de Grey, m. Alex. Hume-Campbell, Ld. Polwarth, 55
-, Jemima, see Campbell
-, Phil., earl of Hardwicke, 55

Young:
-, Abraham (d. 1787), 208
-, Abraham (d. 1794), 208
-, Abraham (fl. c. 1840), 21
-, Dan., 141
-, Eliz. (d. 1824), m. John Ormond, 208
-, Eliz. (d. 1832), 141
-, John, 142
-, Marg., m. Hen. Wightwick (d. 1846), 208
-, Mary, m. Chas. Wightwick, 207–8
-, Nat., 18
-, Rog., 43
-, fam., 24



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