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

NOTE. Page numbers in bold-face type indicate the substantive account of a subject. A page number in italics denotes an illustration on that page. A page number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page.

Abbreviations used in the index include: abp, archbishop; adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Bart., Bartholomew; bdy, boundary; Benj., Benjamin; bldg, building; bp, bishop; Cath., Catherine, Catholic; ch., church; chant., chantries; char., charities; Chas, Charles; Chris., Christopher; chwdns, churchwardens; cts, courts; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; dom. archit., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; est., estate(s); fam., family; fl., flourished; Fm, Farm; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; ho., house; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas, James; Jos., Joseph; kpr, keeper; Lawr., Lawrence; ld, lord(s); Leon., Leonard; libr., libraries; m., married; man., manor(s), manorial; manuf., manufacture(r); Max., Maximilian; Mgt, Margaret; Mgy, Margery; Mic., Michael; mkt, market(s); Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; Phil., Philip; pk., park; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rly, railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school(s); Sim., Simon; Steph., Stephen; stn, station; Thos, Thomas; vct, viscount; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm, William

INDEX

A.

Abberbury, Sir Ric., 176

Abingdon, fam., 53, 74, 114

Abingdon, earl of, see Bertie, Jas

Abingdon (formerly Berks.), 11–12, 73, 77, 87, 168, 204
-, abbey, 68, 202
-, as address, 140, 168
-, bridge, 13, 76
-, Civil War, 57

Abingdon College, 164

Abingdon Joint Hospital Board, 126

Abingdon Lane, 4, 9, 12

Abingdon Lane (another), 4, 5, 12 n, 192–3, 214–15

Abrahamites, see Methodists: Primitive

Adderbury, 53, 119 n, 208–9

Aelfgifu (Emma), queen of Aethelred II and Cnut, 16, 68 n

Aelfhelm, 3, 68

Aelfwine, bp of Winchester, 16 n, 68

Africa, 79
-, Cape Colony, 95
-, Cape of Good Hope, 12
-, South Africa, 92, 98

agriculture, 3, 25; and see bee keeping; crops; maltsters; sheep; stints; stock breeding; Witney, manor: demesne; and under names of particular places

Ailine, see Aleyn

Air Ministry, 29

Aircraft Production, Ministry of, 30

aircraft repair, see De Havilland

airfields, see Crawley: Akeman Street; Norton, Brize; Witney aerodrome

Akeman Street, 1, 2, 4, 5–6, 171, 174, 178, 226–7, 239

Akeman Street airfield, see Crawley

ale, assize of, 106, 112–13, 187, 221

Aleyn (Ailine):
-, Rob., 245
-, fam., 241 n

allotments, 183, 188, 190, 222, 225, 243, 248, 255; and see Witney, borough

Allsworth:
-, Alf., 224
-, fam., 220

almshouses, see Witney, borough

Alresford, New (Hants), 15, 17

alum, 76

Alvescot, 50 n, 149–50, 158, 169

America:
-, New England, 79
-, North America, 79–80, 84
-, Philadelphia, 142, 158
-, South America, 92
-, United States, 12, 93, 95, 101, 152, 158
-,-, servicemen from, 66, 148
-, Virginia, 79

Anarchy (12th-cent.), 54, 71 n

Andrews:
-, Leon., 201
-, Mary, 201
-, fam., 201

Anglo-Saxon settlement, 1, 2, 4, 8, 173, 194, 227–8; and see burial grounds; Witney, borough: settlement; Witney, manor

Antwerp (Flanders, later Belgium), 78

Aosta (Italy), provost of, 133

apothecaries and druggists, 55, 85, 88, 93, 126, 150

Appleton (formerly Berks.), 165, 168–9

apprenticing, 55, 78, 80, 82–6, 88, 94, 96, 113, 122–3, 136, 158–9, 161–2, 166–7, 245, 249, 255

architects, see Buckler, J.C.; Chambers; Collier, John (d. 1881); Ferrey; Fyfield; Hill, Oliver; Hollis; Kirk; Moore; Newton; Nicholson & Corlette; Pennison and Cornelius; Radford Harper Associates; Rayson; Reeves; Rolfe, Clapton Crabb; Seely; Street; Wilkinson; Wilson, Jas

artists, designers, engravers, and sculptors, see Brooke, Donald; Buck; Gibbons; Gill; Logan

Ashcombe, Ric., 40 n, 49, 143, 165–8, 202–3, 213

Ashfield:
-, Edw., 86
-, Hannah, 109
-, Hen., 109
-, Ric., 110
-, fam., 109–10

Ashford grammar school (Kent), 67

Ashworth:
-, John, 234
-, Mary, 234

assarts and assarting, 1, 3, 6, 20, 172, 187; and see Crawley; Curbridge; Hailey

assizes of bread and ale, see ale; bread, assize of

Asthall, 1, 94, 105, 224 n
-, barrow, 2, 193
-, Worsham, 1
-,-, Worsham Mill, 95–6, 98, 101

Astrop, see Norton, Brize

auctioneers, 87, 96

aulnage, see cloth and blanket industry

Austin, Thos, 176, 204

Australia, 12, 93

Auty, G.S., 148

Aylworth, Humph., rector of Witney, 135

Ayris, fam., 201

B.

Bablock Hythe, see Northmoor

Backshell, John, 97

backsword, 59

bacon-dealer, 87

Bagley, Hen., 87, 143

bakers and baking, 37, 74, 77, 85, 93, 122, 151, 184, 220, 244–5

Bale, R.F., rector of Witney, 137

Ballard:
-, John, 75 n
-, Rob., 213, 216

Bampton, 54, 84, 96, 103, 147 n, 166–7, 169, 201
-, Ham Court, oratory in, 144
-, minster, 1, 2, 5, 130, 138
-, roads to, 12–13, 172, 192–4, 199
-, vicar, 236
-, and see Cote; Haddon; Lew

Bampton East Highway Board, 118–19

Bampton hund., xiv, 1, 64
-, eastern division, chief constable for, 121

Banbury, 11, 13–14, 30, 75, 77–8, 94, 129 n, 175

bands, 201, 233; and see Black Dyke Mills band; Witney, borough

Bangor, bp of, see Robinson

banks and banking, 14, 27, 55, 60, 88, 97, 107, 110; and see Clinch's Bank; Witney Bank

Baptist Congregational Churches, Association of, 148

Baptists, 145, 147–8, 149, 189, 224
-, chapels and meeting hos., 136 n, 148–9

barbers, 22, 40, 74, 85, 87

Barclays Bank, 97

Barfoot:
-, Ant., 109,
-, Thos, 149

Barker, Hugh, 168

Barnard, Rob., rector of Witney, 136, 140–1, 222

Barrell:
-, Thos Wesley, 99
-, fam., 198
-, and see Wesley Barrell

Barrell, Valentine and, see Valentine

barrows, 2, 172, 227; and see Asthall; Crawley

Barry, Bulstrode, 244–5

Bartlett:
-, Malachi, 49–51, 94
-, Wm Chris., 94
-, fam., 60, 117

Bartlett Bros, builders, 27, 42, 44, 52, 94, 99, 102, 220

baseball, 66

Basill, Wm, 69

Baskerville, Thos, 206

Bateman, Art., 94

Bath (Som.), 50, 52
-, stone from, 94

Batt:
-, Augustine (d. 1779), 126
-, Augustine (d. 1883), 28, 64
-, Augustine Wm (d. 1847), 123
-, Chas Dorrington (d. 1926), 162
-, Edw. (d. 1799), 62, 97, 126
-, Edw. (d. 1827), 123
-, Edw. Augustine (d. 1853), 123, 143
-, fam., 36, 55, 60, 62, 88, 96, 115, 117, 126, 142, 162, 231

Baughan:
-, John, 147
-, fam., 83 n

Beale, Nic., 109

Beckingham, Thos, 204

Beckinsale, fam., 224

Bedford, Francis, 40, 80–1

Bedfordshire, see Dunstable

bee-keeping, 182

Beecham:
-, Jos., 201
-, Sarah, 201
-, Thos, pill manuf., 201

Beechey, Wal., 85

Begbroke, 144

Belgium:
-, refugees from, 66
-, and see Antwerp

bellfounders, see Bagley; Burford: Bond foundry; Keene; Mears; Rudhall, Abel and Thos

bells, ancient, 116, 143, 189, 223, 251–2

Benfield, fam., 243

Bennett, Wm, 41

Bentley, Hen., 213

Bere, Thos, 76

Berkshire, 13, 78, 205; and see Abingdon; Appleton; Blewbury; Brightwell; Buckland; Didcot; Faringdon; Hungerford; Longworth; Newbury; Reading; Wallingford

Bermuda, 93

Bertie:
-, Cath., see Wenman
-, Jas, earl of Abingdon, 205
-, Montagu, Ld Norreys, 64

Bew, Anne, m. Hen. Werge, 36 and n

Bicester, 11, 30, 77–8, 82, 84

bicycle manuf., 95–6; and see cycling

Biggers:
-, Jeremiah, 151, 245
-, John, 161

Biles, Wm, 52

Bilson, Thos, bp of Winchester, 168

Bird:
-, Wm, 244
-, fam., 236

Birdseye:
-, Eliz., 190
-, fam., 182, 190

Birmingham, 14, 52, 101

Birmingham Banking Company, 97

Bishop (or Martin):
-, Joan, 109
-, John, 109
-, Mic., 87
-, Ric. (d. c. 1538), 109
-, Ric. (fl. 1590), 109
-, Ric. (d. 1613), 109
-, Thos, 109
-, Wm (fl. 1527–38), 109
-, Wm (fl. 1540, ?the same), 234
-, Wm (fl. 1558–9, ?the same), 80 n
-, fam., 79, 82, 87, 109, 115, 241, 245

'bishop's palace', see Witney, borough: Mount Ho.

Black Bourton, see Bourton

Black Death, see epidemics: plague

Black Dyke Mills band, 63

blacksmiths, see metal industry: smiths

Bladon, 12

Blake:
-, Wm, 49, 158
-, fam., 155

Blandford, Wal., rector of Witney and bp of Oxford, 135

Blanket Hall, see Witney, borough: public bldgs

Blanket Hall Brewery, 94

blanket industry, see cloth and blanket industry

Blenheim estate, 69, 197

Blenheim Palace, see Woodstock

Bletchingdon, 56

Blewbury, John de, rector of Witney, 133, 204

Blewbury (formerly Berks.), 204

Blewet, Rob., 76

Blois, Hen. of, bp of Winchester, 15, 54, 131

Board of Education, 158, 162

Board of Trade, 106

boiler maker, see metal industry

Bolt, Mr, 169

Bolton:
-, Ann, 151
-, Edw., 151
-, fam., 86, 147

bone setter, 150

bonnet makers, 89

Bonvisi:
-, Jerome, 78 and n
-, Lorenzo, 78 and n

booksellers, see printers

Bor, fam., 241 n

boundaries, see under names of particular places

Bourton, Black, 50; and see Carterton

bowling, 65

Bowman:
-, Edw., 241
-, Leon., 39
-, Rob. (d. 1599), 241
-, Rob. (fl. 1633), 39
-, fam., 241

Box:
-, Eliz., 168
-, Geo., 181
-, Hen., 23, 143, 155–7
-, John, 39
-, Mary, w. of Hen., 156–7
-, Phil. (d. 1593), 114–15, 202, 241
-, Phil. (d. 1632 or 1671?), 169
-, Ric., 181, 185
-, Rob., 111
-, Thos, 21, 78, 81, 236, 246
-, Wm (fl. 1496–1520s), 76, 111
-, Wm (fl. 1548, another), 140
-, fam., 23, 81–2, 114, 156–7, 202, 246

Brantom, John, 148, 189

braziers, see metal industry

Brazil, G., 99, 102; and see Witney Food Factory

bread, assize of, 106, 112–13, 187, 221

bread riots, see riots

Brecon, 73

breeches-makers, see leather industry

Brethren (Plymouth Brethren), 154

brewers and brewing, 14, 55, 74, 86, 93–4, 97, 157, 254
-, breweries, 48, 91, 93–4, 102–3, 152; and see Clinch's Eagle Brewery

Brice:
-, John, 90
-, Martha, w. of Steph. (d. 1643), 200
-, Maud, w. of Steph. (d. 1620), 168
-, Ric. (fl. 1548), 111
-, Ric. (d. 1596, another), 114
-, Rob., 69, 200
-, Steph. (fl. 1583–5), 111, 200, 213
-, Steph. (d. 1620), 69, 168, 200
-, Steph. (d. 1643), 57, 200
-, Steph. (fl. 1654), 57, 200
-, Thos (d. c. 1548), 111, 213
-, Thos (d. 1638), 69, 111, 200
-, Wm (fl. 1500), 211, 213
-, Wm (fl. 1524), ?s. of above, 213
-, Wm (d. 1613), 213
-, fam., 21, 37, 54, 69–70, 72, 107, 111, 182, 194, 200, 211, 213–14

brick, 26, 33–4, 44–8, 52, 125, 186, 197, 236, 247

Brideoake, Ralph, rector of Witney and bp of Chichester, 57, 131 and n, 135, 145

Bridge Street Mills (in Witney), 3, 18, 25, 30, 43, 47, 63, 65, 91, 98, 99, 101, 103, 162

Bridport (Dorset), 73

Brighton (Sussex), 63, 65

Brightwell (formerly Berks.), 208

Brihthelm, bp of Wells, 68, 202

Briscoe, fam., 150

Bristol, 14, 77, 84, 103

Britannia Brewery, 94

British Legion, 66

British Leyland, 101

British Red Cross Society, 126

Brize Norton, see Norton, Brize

Broadwell, see Filkins; Holwell; Kelmscott

Brooke (Broke):
-, Donald, artist, 52
-, Wm (d. 1557), 181–2
-, Wm, s. of above, 182

Brookes, John, 40, 90

Bryan, Ric., 81

Buck, Sam., artist, 72

Buckingham, Chas, 150, 253

Buckingham, 56, 137

Buckinghamshire, 99

Buckland (formerly Berks.), 144

Buckler, J.C., architect, 50

Budd:
-, Ric. (d. 1623), 37
-, Ric. (d. 1641), 81

building materials, 33–4, 44, 71, 174, 195, 198, 223, 231; and see brick; iron; quarries; thatch; timber framing

building trades, 42, 74, 77, 85, 87–9, 93–4
-, builders, 28, 49, 52, 96, 99, 117, 141, 243, 245–7; and see Bartlett Bros.; Cantwell; Long, Jas
-, carpenters and joiners, 20, 40, 74–5, 87, 94, 96, 176, 184, 220, 244–5
-, glaziers, 87, 94
-, masons, 42, 50, 52, 74–5, 87–8, 94, 176, 184, 220, 244
-, master masons, 33, 74, 139, 140
-, painters, 94, 184
-, plasterers, 87, 94
-, plumbers, 74, 94
-, sawyers, 94, 244
-, slaters, 74, 87–8, 94, 176, 220, 244
-, slate merchant, 96
-, stone and lime merchant, 96
-, thatchers, 184
-, timber merchants and dealers, 87, 94, 96, 109, 244
-, and see crane, medieval; quarries

Bunting:
-, J. (fl. 1840), 231 n
-, Jabez (d. 1858), Methodist, 152
-, John, 202

Burford, 3, 11, 14, 73, 75–7, 81, 83–4, 168–9
-, as address, 36, 57, 149
-, Bond foundry, 143
-, Civil War, 57
-, epidemic at, 107
-, nonconf., 136 n, 145 n, 149–51, 159
-, roads to, 13, 192–3
-, sch., 159
-, Signet, 75 n, 84
-, Whitsuntide hunt, 59

burial grounds, ancient:
-, Anglo-Saxon, 1, 2, 6, 173
-, medieval, 173
-, Roman, 173, 193

Burrel, John, 161

Bury, Lionel, 218

Busby:
-, Edw., 218
-, Sam., 217–18
-, fam., 201

Bush:
-, John (fl. 1361), 134 n
-, John (fl. 1766), 215
-, fam., 200–1, 215

Buswell, R.D., 219

butchers, 20–1, 38, 74–5, 77, 85, 93, 105–7, 153, 220, 244–5; and see bacon dealer; sausage and pie manuf.; Witney, borough: shambles

Butler:
-, E.H., 218, 236
-, fam., 202

Buttercross (Leys) Works (in Witney), 29, 98, 99, 101

Buttery, Wm, 78 n

C.

cabinet maker, 93, 96

Calais (Pas-de-Calais, France), 78

Calcutt:
-, Hen., 236, 243
-, fam., 243

Canada, 84
-, servicemen from, 66

canals, see Oxford canal; Thames and Severn canal

Cann, Jasper, vicar of Witney, 131 n

Canterbury, 81
-, abp of, 249

Cantwell, Wm, builder, 27, 46–7, 94, 247

cap and uniform manuf., 99–100, 102

Cape Colony, see Africa

Cape of Good Hope, see Africa

carders, see cloth and blanket industry

Cardinal College, Oxford, see Christ Church

Carpenter, John, 149

carpenters, see building trades

carpet-maker, see cloth and blanket industry

carriers and carters, 14, 85, 97

Carter:
-, Edw., 166, 169
-, Mgt, 38
-, Thos, 87

Carterton (formerly in Black Bourton), 102

Cassington, 14, 75 n, 79

Castle:
-, Thos, 218
-, Wm, 147
-, fam., 181

Caswell:
-, John of, 203
-, Rog. of (fl. 1229), 203
-, Rog. of (fl. early 14th cent.), 203

Caswell, 1, 9, 76, 177, 190, 192, 198–9, 203–6 , 210, 212–13, 214–15, 216–19
-, as address, 176, 190, 200, 213, 223, 236
-, bdy, 198
-, Caswell Ho., 1, 3, 140, 190, 195, 199, 205–6, 205, 214–15
-, est., 75, 78, 140, 176, 199, 203–5, 216–18
-, inc., 1, 190, 198–9, 204, 206–7, 212–13
-, place name, 198
-, pop., 190, 194, 198
-, settlement, 1, 195, 198–9
-, and see Norton, Brize

cert money, see fixed view

Ceylon, see Sri Lanka

Chacombe (Northants.), 87

Chadlington, 76

Chambers, Sir Wm, architect, 50

Chambéry:
-, Peter de, rector of Witney, 133
-, Wm Wachi de, see Wachi

chandlers, 77, 85, 87–8
-, tallow chandlers, 87, 244

chaplain, Ric. the, see Lambert

chapmen, tinkers, and general dealers, 74, 85, 87

Charity Commissioners, 122, 128, 157–8, 164, 166–7, 225, 254–5

Charlbury, 13, 102, 149, 172; and see Finstock

Charles I, 24, 56–7

Charles II, 131

Chase woods, see Crawley: woodland

Chastleton, 167

Chaters, Chris., vicar of Witney, 133

cheese:
-, cheesemonger, 87
-, manuf., 182, 208, 242

Cheltenham (Glos.), 14

chess, 63

Chichester, bp of, see Brideoake

chimney-sweeps, 97

Chipping Norton, see Norton, Chipping

cholera, see epidemics

Christ Church (formerly Cardinal College), Oxford, 135

Christian Scientists, 154

Chubb, Sarah Vanner, see Early

Church Army, 137

Church Commissioners, see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Church of England Working Men's Society, 62, 137

Churchill, 213

churchscot, 208

cinemas, see Witney, borough

Cirencester (Glos.), 56–7

Civil War, 56–7, 58, 140, 145, 202; and see parliament: Parliamentary Commissioners and Parliamentarians; Royalists

Clanfield, 168

Clappen and Co., 93

Clare, John, 218

Clarendon, earl of, see Hyde, Sir Hen. (d. 1709) and Hen. (d. 1753)

Clarke:
-, John (d. 1627), 82, 168
-, John (fl. 1646–52), 235
-, John, s. of above, 235–6
-, John (d. 1707), 236, 253 n
-, John (fl. 1898), 28, 43

Clarke, Thos, and Sons, 96

Clayton and Bell, 142, 252

Cleeveley, Wm, 168

Clempson:
-, Eliz., 168
-, Ric., 87
-, Thos, 114
-, Wm, 87, 168

Clinch:
-, Jas (d. 1857), 93, 94 n
-, Jas (d. 1877), 61, 97
-, John (d. 1827), 97, 107, 110
-, John Williams (d. 1871), 94, 97, 110, 254
-, Wm, 94, 97, 110
-, fam., 55, 60, 62, 94, 117, 235

Clinch's Bank, 94, 117

Clinch's Eagle Brewery, 25, 43, 67, 93–4, 97, 99, 102–3, 175, 223

clock- and watchmakers, 87, 93, 150

clocks, ancient, 49–50, 116, 143

cloth and blanket industry, 1, 3, 8, 11–12, 15, 21, 37–8, 40, 44–8, 54–5, 58, 60, 65–7, 73–4, 75–85, 87–8, 89–93, 97–9, 100–1, 102, 108, 145, 181, 184–5, 213, 236–7, 241, 245
-, aulnage, 76
-, blanket manuf., 40, 43, 55, 58, 60–1, 63–5, 70–1, 80–5, 89–92, 95–6, 107–11, 117, 123, 146–7, 150–2, 155, 157, 159, 161, 170, 184–5, 225, 232, 244, 246
-, blanket workers (factory), 25, 88, 153, 159, 162, 164–5, 184, 220–1, 245, 247
-, specialization in, 77, 79
-, carders and carding, 80–1, 84, 89, 111, 123, 185, 245–7
-, cardmakers, 20, 149 n
-, carpet-maker, 84
-, clothiers, 13, 20–1, 25, 36–40, 44, 49, 54–5, 57, 59, 73, 75, 77–83, 85–8, 104, 107, 109, 114–15, 143, 145–7, 149 n, 150, 155, 158, 164–5, 167–9, 181, 184–5, 225, 241, 244, 246; and see wool trade: wool merchants
-, clothworkers, 40, 42, 54, 58, 83 n, 184, 220–1, 244, 253
-, dyers and dyeing, 20–1, 40, 58, 75–6, 79–81, 84, 86, 91, 96, 100, 107, 247
-, madder, 76
-, woad, 76
-, Fiberweaving, 101
-, fullers and fulling, 21, 23, 39, 76, 78, 80–2, 84, 87, 89, 107, 122, 146, 150, 156, 158, 174, 184–5, 220, 234, 244–6; and see mills and factories: fulling
-, guild, medieval, see Witney, borough
-, industrial relations, 58, 65, 84–5, 91, 99
-, mechanization, 3, 12, 14, 25, 45–8, 54, 60, 65, 78, 80, 85, 88, 89–92, 97, 100–1, 108, 110, 122–3, 185–6, 245–7
-, mop-making, 45, 91–2, 99, 111, 247
-, nappers, 76
-, organization, 80–2
-, power-loom tuners, 42
-, products, 78–9, 84, 92, 98–9
-, quilling, 123
-, quilters, 76
-, regulation, 82; and see Witney Blanket Weavers' Company
-, shearers, 80
-, spinners and spinning, 3, 55, 60, 79–81, 84, 89–90, 123, 184–5, 245; and see mills and factories: spinning
-, tuckers, 40, 56, 59, 80–1, 84, 181, 184, 244
-, weavers and weaving, 3, 21, 25, 37, 42, 44, 54–5, 58–61, 76, 78, 80–5, 87, 89–91, 97, 108, 145–6, 155, 157–8, 165–6, 220, 245
-, broadweavers, 20–1, 38–9, 54, 80–1, 149 n, 150, 244
-, narrow weavers, 78, 82
-, silk weaver, 184
-, wool supply, 1, 12, 75–7, 81–2, 85–6, 93–4
-, and see drapers; mercers; mills and factories; sheep; wool trade

clothiers, see cloth and blanket industry

clothworkers, see cloth and blanket industry

coach builders, 96

coaching, see Witney, borough: communications

coal:
-, char., 166–7, 170, 225
-, trade, 14–15, 25, 40, 88, 91, 96, 99, 107, 127, 153

Cobbett, Wm, 90

cobblers, see leather industry

Coburn, Thos, 123

Cobwell:
-, Ric., 109
-, Thos, 109

Cogges, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 17, 32, 76 and n, 78
-, as address, 49, 81, 155, 185
-, castle, 16
-, ch., 139, 146–7
-, curate, 136
-, fulling mill, 75 n
-, ld of, 17, 73, 147
-, Newland, see Witney, borough
-, nonconf., 57, 147, 149
-, prior of, 6
-, sch., 158
-, vicar, 162

Cokethorpe, see Ducklington

Colchester (Essex), 81

Coleshill (Warws.), 147

Collier:
-, Albert, 91, 185
-, Chas, 157
-, Eliz., m. — Turner, 40
-, Francis, 120, 169
-, Horatio, 45, 64, 90, 185
-, J.P., 110
-, Jas, 91, 185
-, John (fl. 1565–94), 79
-, John (fl. 1705), 109
-, John (fl. 1808), 110
-, John (d. 1881), architect, 49, 224
-, Joshua, 110
-, Rob. (fl. 1721), 157
-, Rob. (d. 1724, ?the same), 83
-, Rob. (fl. 1814), 90
-, Rob. (fl. 1830s, ?another), 90, 185
-, Steph., 85
-, Thos, 88
-, Wm, 40
-, fam., 45, 58, 60, 79, 83, 88, 90, 109–10, 115, 147, 185

Collins:
-, Ant., 84
-, John, 88
-, Thos (fl. 1808), 110
-, Thos, s. of above, 110
-, Thos (fl. 1830s, ?the same), 90
-, fam., 83 n, 110

Colwell brook, 5, 191–4, 200–1

Combe, 84

Commissioners of Trade, 82

Compton, Hen., rector of Witney and bp of Oxford, 135

Compton and Webb, 99–100, 102

Compton, Long (Warws.), 52

confectioners, 93

Confessor, Edw. the, see Edward

Congregationalists, Independents, and Presbyterians, 58, 144–6, 147–9, 150–1, 159, 170, 189, 263
-, chapels, 27, 32, 52, 61, 145–9, 153–4, 165, 168, 189

Conservatives, 64, 68

Conway, Wm, 147

Cook:
-, T.W., 96
-, fam., 183, 189

Cooper, Thos, bp of Winchester, 168

coopers, 74, 85–6, 89, 244

Coppin, Rob., 218

copyhold tenure, 59, 69, 109–10, 113, 174, 179, 183, 187–8, 202, 212–13, 221, 230, 234, 236, 243, 246–7, 249
-, copyhold of inheritance (customary freehold), 181, 212, 242

cordwainers, see leather industry

Cornbury, Vct, see Hyde, Sir Hen. (d. 1709) and Hen. (d. 1753)

cornmongers and corn dealers, 74, 111

Cornwall, earls of, see Edmund; Richard

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 21, 34, 132, 134–5

corrugated iron, see iron

corvesers, see leather industry

Cote (in Bampton), 145 n, 148–9, 224

Cotswolds, 76, 81

Courage Breweries Ltd, 102

Courtaulds Ltd, 101

Coventry (Warws.), 101

cow-keeper, 42

Cowley, Wm Kearse, 232

Cowley (later in Oxford), 75

Coxeter, fam., 83 n

crane, medieval, 139

Crawford Collets Ltd, 51, 100, 102

Crawley:
-, Alan of, 176
-, Jas of, 176, 180
-, John of, 176
-, Wm of, 176, 180
-, fam., 180–1, 185

Crawley, 1, 3, 15, 171–90, 172, 178, 241
-, agric., 177–84
-, Akeman Street airfield, 176, 184
-, as address, 253
-, assarts, 173, 176, 179–80
-, barrow (hawk's low), 1, 4, 5, 172–3, 178
-, bdy, xiv, 4, 5, 7, 9, 171, 178, 191, 225–6
-, bridge, 172, 186
-, char., 169, 190
-, Chase woods, see Crawley: woodland
-, Chasewood Fm, 9, 173–4, 175, 183–4
-, ch. (formerly chapel), 131, 136–7, 175, 188–9, 190, 222, 249–51
-, chwdns, 116, 188
-, clubs, 175
-, cts, 176, 186–7
-, Crawley Fm, 173–4, 178, 189
-, cross, 175
-, dom. archit., 3, 174–7
-, farms, 181–4
-, feast, 175
-, festivities, 59
-, fields, 1, 171, 177–9, 178
-, fisheries, see Windrush, riv.
-, inc., 63, 174, 178, 179, 181, 183, 188, 242
-, inns, 174–5, 184
-, man., 176, 180–1, 184–5
-, other est., 69, 87, 174, 176, 183
-, Manor Fm, 171, 173–4, 176–7, 177–8, 179–81, 236 n
-, mill, see Crawley Mill
-, nonconf., 148, 175, 189–90
-, par. officers, 115, 171, 187–8, 248
-, place name, 173
-, poor relief, 115, 171, 187–8
-, pop., 173, 180
-, roads, 4, 9, 171–2, 178
-, roads to, 4, 9, 13, 178, 193, 226–7
-, Rom. Cath., 189
-, sch., 175, 189–90
-, settlement, 171–5
-, tithes, 250
-, trade and ind., 184–5
-, Uphill Fm, 173–4, 178
-, vestry, 187–8
-, Whiteoak green, qv
-, Whitsuntide hunt, 59, 63, 175
-, woodland, 1, 4, 107, 171–6, 240, 244
-, Chase woods, 4, 53, 63, 175–7, 178, 179–80, 182–3, 239, 242–4
-, workho., 188

Crawley Mill (Rokesmill), 45, 65, 69, 78 n, 80, 89, 91, 99, 101, 108–9, 171, 173–6, 178, 179, 181, 184–6, 186
-, miller, 180

Crew, Nat., rector of Witney and bp of Oxford, 135

cricket, 59, 63, 65, 68, 201, 233–4

Crimean War, 63

Cripps, Thos, 157

Critchley, Wm, 34

Crofts Mill (in Witney), 29, 48, 98, 101

Cromwell, Oliver, 56

Cropredy, 201

crops, 107–8, 182, 184, 192, 207–8, 211, 213, 217–20, 241, 243
-, clover, 182, 214, 243
-, flax, 243
-,-, flax dresser, 57
-, fruit, 107
-, hemp, 182, 241
-,-, hempdresser, 87
-, hops, 107
-, oil-seed rape, 219
-, sainfoin, 182, 214, 243
-, turnips, 184, 217–19, 243

Crown, 54, 68–9, 74, 104, 119–20, 131, 182–3, 203, 237, 249
-, officers and servants, 133, 176, 202
-, clerk of the mkt, 106
-, justices, 113, 120
-, subsidy commissioner, 77
-, royal chaplains, see Jackson; Sydnor and see under names of particular sovereigns

crucks, see timber framing

Crundel, fam., 19

Cunningham, Francis, rector of Witney, 60, 137, 141–2, 146, 160

Curbridge:
-, Steph. of, 204
-, Thos of, 202–4, 211

Curbridge, 1, 3, 87, 107, 190–225, 214–15
-, agric., 3, 192, 206–20
-, as address, 49, 109, 168
-, assarting, 208, 210
-, Black Moat, 5, 191, 199
-, bdy, xiv, 4, 5, 7–8, 9, 10, 119, 171, 190, 191, 214–15, 218, 225
-, bridge, 194
-, Burwell Fm, 11, 69, 195, 196–7, 214
-, Caswell, qv
-, char., 165, 224
-, Charity fm (Holloway's), 165 and n, 195, 213, 214–15, 218–19
-, ch. (formerly chapel), 131, 136–7, 188, 191, 194–5, 197, 222–3, 223
-, chwdns, 116, 221–2
-, clubs, 201
-, cts, 186, 221
-, curates, 222–3
-, Curbridge down, 193, 197, 214–15, 216, 220
-, races on, 58, 106, 201
-, Curbridge fm, 69 and n, 202, 211–12, 217–19, 236
-, Curbridge Fmho., 195, 198, 202–3, 213
-, Curbridge heath, 5, 132, 192–3, 195, 214–15, 216, 225
-, demesne, see Witney, manor
-, dom. archit., 195–8, 201–2, 205–6
-, Dutton's Fm (Curbridge Hall), 195, 197, 214–15
-, est., 3, 68–9, 165, 176, 191, 194, 202–6, 217, 219, 225
-, farms, 195, 200, 212–16, 214–15, 217–20
-, feast, 201
-, festivities, 201
-, fields, 1, 107, 177, 190–1, 195, 206–7, 211–12 , 214–15, 216–17
-, gallows or gibbet, 119, 193
-, Gib's cross, 119, 193, 214–15
-, glebe in (Glebe fm), 132, 195, 212, 217–19, 222
-, inc.:
-, early, 191, 194–5, 200, 206, 211–12, 213–16, 214–15, 217–18
-, parl., 132, 191–3, 197, 217–18, 225
-, inns, 195–6, 201, 220
-, Manor Fm, 195, 214–15, 217, 224
-, mills, see Farm Mill; Witney Mills Mount Ho., see Witney, borough nonconf., 197, 201, 223–4
-, par. council, 201, 222, 225
-, par. officers, 115, 191, 221–2
-, Park fm, see Witney park
-, place name, 194
-, poor relief, 115, 122–3, 191, 221
-, pop., 194, 195, 197, 210
-, post office, 220–1, 224
-, pound, 197, 222
-, recreation ground, 225
-, roads, 4, 9, 192–3, 214–15, 221
-, roads to, 4, 5, 9, 12–13, 172, 214–15
-, Rom. Cath., 223
-, sch., 197, 222, 224
-, settlement, 193–5, 197–201
-, tithes, 200, 217–18
-, trade and ind., 220–1
-, village hall, 201
-, Witney aerodrome, qv
-, Witney park, qv
-, woodland, 1, 192, 199–200, 214–15, 218
-, workho., 221; and see Witney, poor law union

curriers, see leather industry

customs, traditional:
-, Gunpowder-day celebrations, 233
-, maypoles, 54, 233
-, morris dancing, 58–9
-, perambulation (of bdy), 233
-, and see feasts and festivities under names of particular places ; Wychwood Forest: Forest fair and Whitsuntide hunt

cycling, recreational, 63, 118

D.

dairy farming, 182, 184, 218–19, 242–3
-, dairymaids and dairymen, 74, 208, 210
-, and see cheese

Dalton:
-, And., 213
-, Dan., 218
-, Wal., 87
-, Wm, 218
-, fam., 196

Darby, fam., 181–2

De Havilland aircraft co., 29–30, 67, 100–1

dealers, general, see chapmen

Dean, Forest of (Glos.), 14

Debank, Rob., vicar of Witney, 134 n

Deddington, 75

Delly End (in Hailey), 1, 4, 225–9, 231–4, 237–8, 239, 240
-, assarting, 176, 229, 237
-, dom. archit., 231
-, green, 229, 232–3, 240, 242, 248
-, Hailey Manor Ho., 3, 231–2, 233–4, 239, 242, 244
-, inns, 233
-, place name, 228–9, 237
-, pop., 229
-, roads to, 172, 226, 229
-, settlement, 227–9, 232, 238
-, trade and ind., 244–5

demesne farming, see Witney, manor

Derby, earl of, see Stanley

Derbyshire, 101

Devon, 94, 205; and see Exeter; Plymouth

Dewsbury (Yorks. WR), 48

Didcot (formerly Berks.), 30, 66

Dingle, Isaac Salmon, 65 n

Dissent, see nonconformity

d'Ivri, Rog., 203

Dix, Thos, 41

doctors, see physicians

Dod, John, 147

Doffe, Ric., 176

Dolley:
-, Mic., 85 n
-, Thos, 83, 88
-, fam., 70, 83 n

Dormer, Ric., vicar of Witney, 133

Dorne, Hen., 38, 86

Dorset, see Bridport; Weymouth

dovecots, 19, 70, 73, 132

Downton (Wilts.), 15

Dowty, John, 152

drapers, 20–1, 39, 74, 77, 85, 87, 93, 114–15, 146–7, 197, 204

dressmakers and seamstresses, 89, 184

Dreux:
-, Annora, see St Valéry
-, Rob. of, 203

Druce:
-, Edw., 216
-, John, 216
-, Lemuel, 43
-, Sam., 242–3
-, fam., 85, 115

Druce, Saltmarsh &, see Saltmarsh

druggists, see apothecaries

Duberley, fam., 234

Dublin, abp of, see Wikeford

Ducklington, 2, 4, 8, 9, 57, 123, 216–18, 221
-, bdy, 5, 191, 194
-, ch., 139
-, Cokethorpe, 2, 4, 128, 190
-,-, Cokethorpe Pk, 62, 123
-, Hardwick, 75 n, 76 n
-, roads to, 13, 192–3
-, sewage works, 126

Dudley:
-, Sir And., 68
-, Rob., earl of Leicester, 69, 79

Duke, Ric., rector of Witney, 135

Dunstable (Beds.), 73

Dutton:
-, Jos., 151
-, Thos, 39
-, Wm, 197, 218–19, 224
-, fam., 62, 219

dyers and dyeing, see cloth and blanket industry

E.

Eadgar, king, 3, 68

Early:
-, Chas (d. 1912), 46–7, 52, 61–2, 64, 91–2, 146, 152–3, 246–7
-, Chas Wm (d. 1943), 65, 219
-, Edw. (d. 1835), 89, 91–2, 246
-, Edw. (d. 1874), 44, 58, 61, 64, 91, 94, 111, 246
-, Edw. Cole (d. 1940), 99
-, Hen., 91
-, Jas Harold (d. 1958), 64, 99, 130
-, Jas Vanner (d. 1920), 61–2, 65
-, John (d. 1862), 43, 45–6, 89–91, 109–10, 152, 159, 246
-, John (d. 1877), 59–61, 90–1, 108, 123, 155, 161
-, John (fl. 1837, one of the above), 64
-, Jos., 94
-, Ric. (d. 1707), 81
-, Ric. (d. 1856), 110, 146
-, Ric. (d. 1874), 44
-, Sarah Vanner, m. G.H. Chubb, 43
-, Thos (d. 1733), 84
-, Thos (fl. 1796), 151
-, Thos (fl. 1883), 246–7
-, Wal., 246–7
-, Wm, 62–3
-, fam., 27–8, 41, 43, 58, 60–2, 64–5, 70, 83, 89–90, 96, 110, 117, 146, 150–3, 162, 244–5

Early, Chas, & Co. (later Chas Early and Marriott (Witney) Ltd), 25, 63, 65, 91, 93, 97–8, 100–1, 110, 164, 246, 263

Early, Edw., & Co., 91 and n, 246

Early, John, & Co., 109

East Gloucestershire Railway, xiv, 15, 225

Eaton, Jas, 153 n

Ecclesiastical (later Church) Commissioners, 69, 162, 202, 224, 236, 246, 250

Edington, Wm of, bp of Winchester, 134, 139, 209

Edmund, earl of Cornwall, 203

Edward the Confessor, 16, 68

Edward III, 200

Edward IV, 133

Edward VII, as Prince of Wales, 63

electricity supply, 175, 198, 233; and see Witney, borough

electronic engineering, see engineering

Elizabeth I, 60, 69, 202

Elmel, Wm de, 203–4

Elmer, Wm, 39

Ely, bp of, see West, Nic.

emigration, 12, 91

Emma, queen, see Aelfgifu

Emma's dyke, see Witney, borough

Empson:
-, Jas, 84
-, Thos, 84 n
-, fam., 84

engineering, 25, 30, 51, 67, 96, 100–2
-, electronic engineering, 246
-, engine cleaner, 245
-, engineer's storekeeper, 42

England, kings and queens of, see Crown and under names of particular sovereigns

Enstone, 193, 199

epidemics, 11, 21
-, cholera, 26, 124
-, plague, 11, 20–1, 55, 73, 75, 79, 124, 173, 180, 194, 210–11, 228, 241
-, smallpox, 11, 107, 126
-, typhoid, 26, 42, 124–5

Essex, 118; and see Colchester

Ewelme, honor of, 203

Exeter, 33

Eynsham, 1, 11–13, 75, 77, 105, 166–8
-, abbey, 77, 203–4
-, as address, 176, 200
-, Eynsham Hall, 63, 220, 235–6
-, Freeland, 166–7
-, man., 234
-, roads to, 226–7
-, Rom. Cath., 144
-, stn, 96
-, Swinford toll bridge, 13
-, wharf, 14

F.

factories, see mills

Fairford (Glos.), 15, 105, 197

fairs, see Witney, borough; Wychwood: Forest fair

Fane, J.W., 64

Faringdon (formerly Berks.), 11, 14, 94

Farm (or Waleys) Mill (formerly in Curbridge), 12, 18, 45, 69, 76, 87, 96, 108–9, 110–11, 130

farming, see agriculture

Farnham (Surrey), 112, 120 n, 137

Fawdrey, fam., 174

Feckenham (Worcs.), 78

Fell, John, bp of Oxford, 136, 146, 149

felons' goods, 111, 115, 119

Fermor:
-, Alice, w. of Thos, 140
-, Emmot, see Wenman (or Ricards), Thos, 76–8, 114, 135, 140, 176, 198, 204
-, fam., 20–1, 77, 79, 135, 140, 144

Ferrey, Benj., architect, 144

fertilizer manuf., 96, 111

Fettiplace:
-, Sir Geo., 234
-, fam., 234

Filkins (in Broadwell), 76

Finstock (in Charlbury), 151

fires and fire-fighting, 29, 45–6, 246–7; and see Witney, borough

First World War, 44, 51, 66–7, 99–100, 144, 197

fish:
-, fishmongers, 85, 105
-, fishponds, 53, 71–2, 199–201, 214–15 and see Windrush, riv.

Fisher:
-, Bart., 41–2
-, Jane, see Wenman
-, Thos, 200

fixed view (cert money, tithingpenny, tithing silver), 187, 221, 248

Flanders, see Antwerp

flax dresser, see crops: flax

florist, 153

Foliot, Rog., rector of Witney, 133

football, 59, 63, 65, 234; and see Witney Town Football Club

Ford, Wm, 96

fords, 4, 5, 12–13, 16–17, 193–4

Foreshew, T.W., 43, 223

foundries, see metal industry

Fox, Steph., bp of Winchester, 132

France, see Calais; Tarentaise

franchises, see ale; bread; fairs; felons' goods; frankpledge; gallows; murage; passage money; pillories; toll; tumbrels; warrens; Witney, borough: mkt; writs

Franklin, Cecily, 202

frankpledge, view of, 113; and see Witney, manor: cts (tourn)

Freeland, see Eynsham

Freemasons, Windrush Lodge of, 62

Freind:
-, Rob., rector of Witney, 23, 36, 132, 135–6, 161
-, Wm, rector of Witney, 132, 135–6, 141, 144, 146, 169, 190, 224

French, Elijah, 52

friendly and benefit societies, 62, 91, 123, 126, 167, 175, 201

Friends (Quakers), 55, 115–16, 136, 145–6, 149–51, 155, 159, 170, 189–90, 253, 263
-, meeting hos., 52, 145, 149–51, 154, 189, 253

Fuller, fam., 245

fullers and fulling, see cloth and blanket industry; mills and factories

furniture manuf., 99, 101–2

furze-cutting, 216

Fyfield, W.J., architect, 253

G.

Galard:
-, Hugh, 204
-, Joan, see Pomeray

gallows, right of, 119; and see Curbridge

gamekeepers, 183

gardeners, 36, 85

Gardiner (Gardner):
-, Germayne, 176
-, J.W., 111
-, Steph., bp of Winchester, 68, 176

Gascoigne, Sarah, 216

Gay, John, poet, 79

Gayhurst, Hugh, chancellor of Salisbury diocese, 131

George III, 60

George, John, 45, 91

Germany, prisoners of war from, 66

Gibbons, Grinling, woodcarver, 141

Gilbert, Wm, 147

Gilbert's Act, 123

Gill, Eric, sculptor, 232

Gillett, Wm, 94

Gilletts' Bank, 97

Gilpin, Thos, 149

glass, painted or stained, 35, 52, 140, 142, 144, 223, 252; and see Clayton and Bell; Powell; Wailes

glass and furniture dealers, 93

glaziers, see building trades

Glenny Brewery, see Wychwood Brewery

Gloucester, 13–14, 73, 76, 143, 192

Gloucestershire, 1, 12–13, 56, 60, 78, 81, 91, 203; and see Bristol; Cheltenham; Cirencester; Cotswolds; Dean, Forest of; Fairford; Gloucester; Lechlade; Northleach; Rissington; Stow-on-the-Wold; Withington

glovers, see leather industry

Godfrey:
-, Thos, 234
-, Wm, s. of above, 234

Godhine, Hugh, 76

Godson, Steph., mapmaker, 264

Godstow, 76

golf, 63, 198

Goole, John, 57, 157

Gott, Benj., 90

Gould:
-, Hen., 21 n
-, fam., 220, 224

Grace:
-, W.G., cricketer, 63
-, Wm, 218

Grainger (Granger):
-, Lancelot, 39
-, Thos, 195 n
-, fam., 109

Gray, Jas, lawyer, 23, 55, 70, 72–3, 88, 216

Great Western Railway, 12, 14–15

Green:
-, Eliz., 169
-, Joan, 165, 169

greengrocer, see grocers

greens, village, 175, 229, 232–3, 240; and see Witney, borough: Woodgreen

Greenwood, fam., 144

Gregory:
-, Francis, 57, 146, 157
-, Hen., 64, 157

Grim's ditch, see North Oxfordshire Grim's ditch

grocers, 23, 65, 85, 87, 93, 117, 140, 143, 146, 151, 153, 155, 184, 220
-, greengrocer, 105

Grocers' Company, 156–7, 162

Grossi, Ralph, rector of Witney and abp of Tarentaise, 133, 139

Groves, Alf., 142

Gulliver, Jas, 50

Gunn:
-, Nic. (d. 1602), 35, 37, 39–40, 114
-, Nic. (d. 1612), 37
-, Wm (fl. 1540s), 86
-, Wm (d. by 1628), 86 n, 168
-, fam., 21, 35, 80, 145

gunsmith, 96

Gutteridge, Benj., 49, 157

Guy, Sim., 181

H.

haberdashers, 20, 87, 148, 165, 184

Habgood, John, and Son, 96

Hacker:
-, John, 217
-, fam., 195, 213

Haddon, John, 213

Haddon, Lower (in Bampton), 253

Hailey, 1, 3, 87, 164, 181, 184, 212–13, 225–55, 239
-, adv., 249
-, agric., 85, 108, 236–44
-, as address, 168, 169
-, assarts and assarting, 3, 15, 74–5, 82, 107, 181, 228–31, 234, 236, 237–8, 239, 240–2
-, bdy, xiv, 4, 7–8, 9, 10–11, 171, 191, 225–6, 228, 239, 248
-, bridges, 227
-, Burycroft, 69, 236, 238, 245–6
-, Burycroft Fm, 230, 232, 236, 239
-, char., 169, 243, 249, 254, 255
-, ch. (formerly chapel), 3, 131, 136, 171, 188–9, 228, 232, 248, 249–52, 253
-, ch. bldg, 249, 250, 251–2, 252
-, chwdns, 116, 128, 188, 233, 248–9
-, clubs, 233
-, cts, 186–7, 248
-, crosses, 229, 232
-, curates, perpetual, 44, 136, 188, 249–51
-, Delly End, qv
-, dom. archit., 3, 230–6
-, est., 69, 75–6, 87, 158, 166–7, 169, 176, 202, 234–6
-, farms, 234–6, 242–4
-, feast, 175, 233
-, festivities, 59, 233
-, fields, 1, 177, 225, 238, 239
-, fire-fighting, 128
-, fisheries, see Windrush, riv.
-, Gigley Fm, 126, 226, 230–1, 239
-, glebe, 250
-, Hailey Fields, 10, 28, 32, 150, 232–3, 245, 253
-, Hailey Manor Ho., see Delly End
-, heath, 227, 229–30, 232, 237–8, 239, 240, 242
-, inc.:
-,-, early, 82, 234, 236, 238, 239, 240–1
-,-, parl., 172, 225, 227, 230, 232, 238, 242–3, 245, 248, 250, 255
-, inns, 233
-, Merryfield, 4, 229, 237
-, Merryfield Fm, 230, 232, 239
-, Middlefield Fm, 11, 128, 230–1, 235–6, 239, 253, 255
-, Middletown, 226, 228, 230–3, 239, 245, 253
-, mills, 108, 245–7; and see New Mill
-, New Yatt, see Yatt
-, nonconf., 232, 251, 253–4
-, Old Manor, see Poffley End
-, par. council, 248–9, 252
-, par. officers, 115, 167, 187–8, 225, 248–9
-, pest ho., 123, 126
-, place name, 227–8
-, Poffley End, qv
-, poor relief, 115, 122–3, 225, 249
-, pop., 173, 228, 232, 240–1
-, post office, 233
-, roads, 4, 9, 13, 225, 226–7, 229, 239
-, roads to, 4, 6, 9, 13, 172
-, Rom. Cath., 253
-, sch., 158, 190, 232, 250, 253, 254–5
-, settlement, 227–30, 232–3
-, Shakenoak Fm, 6, 226, 230–1, 233, 239
-, Singe wood, see Hailey: woodland
-, Swanhall Fm, 230–1, 234–5, 235, 239, 253
-, tithes, 250
-, trade and ind., 40, 244–5
-, Turley Fm, 230, 232, 239
-, vestry or par. assembly, 115, 187, 248–9
-, vicarage ho., 232, 250–1
-, vicars, 3, 188, 190, 233, 249, 250–1
-, village hall, 234
-, West End, see Witney, borough: streets
-, Whiteoak green, qv
-, Whitsuntide hunt, 59, 63
-, Woodgreen, see Witney, borough
-, woodland, 1, 107, 179, 227, 237, 239, 244
-,-, Singe (St John's) wood, 4, 9, 178, 182–3, 226–7, 232, 237, 239, 242 n, 243–4
-, workho., 249

Hailey-cum-Crawley par., 188, 249–50, 253

Halifax (Yorks. WR), 101

Hall:
-, John, 203
-, Wm, 203

Hallidon (Northants.), 136

Hampshire:
-, Christian, w. of John, 189, 253
-, John (d. 1601), 176, 202
-, John (fl. 1620s), s. of above, 189, 253
-, John (fl. 1646, ?another), 236 n
-, fam., 176–7, 181, 203

Hampshire, 53; and see Alresford; Overton; Southampton; Wolvesey

Hampton Gay, 55 n

Hamson, Wm, curate of Witney, 137

Hanborough, 14, 96

Hankins and Co., 111

Hanks, Geo., 170

Hanley, Dan., mayor of Oxford, 144

Harbud, Ric., 151

Harcourt, Sim., earl Harcourt, 58

Hardwick, see Ducklington

harnessmakers, see leather industry

Harris:
-, John (fl. 1688), 149
-, John (d. 1737, ?another), 88, 236, 253 n
-, Paul, 89, 110, 246
-, Wm, 50
-, fam., 213, 218

Hart:
-, Chris. (?Kester), 149
-, John, 149 n
-, fam., 149 n

Hatch (de Hecche), Alice, 176

Hatfield (Herts.), 100

Hathaway, Geo., 90

hatter, 244

Hatton Garden (Middx), 110

Hayward:
-, John, 211
-, Sim., 176

Heath:
-, Felice at, 204
-, Rob. of the, 210

Hecche, see Hatch

hedge acre, 244

Heel:
-, John, 161
-, Ric., 161

hempdresser, see crops: hemp

Henderson, Chas, 70

Henley, 11, 14, 55, 77

Henry II, 7

Henry III, 53, 199

Henry VIII, 60

Hereford, 14, 77
-, bp of, see Trelleck

Herefordshire, 13, 54, 81; and see Hereford

Hering:
-, Rog., 74, 76–7
-, fam., 53, 74, 114

heriot, 181, 210, 241

Hertfordshire, see Hatfield; St Albans

Hewitt, Wal., 142

Heylin, Hen., 165–6, 169

Hiatt (Hiett):
-, John, 39
-, Rob., 217

Hickman, fam., 223–4

Higdon, John, rector of Witney, 135

higglers, 220

'high-tech' industry, 103

Hill:
-, Nic., 37
-, Oliver, architect, 232
-, Ric., 109

Hinton, Edw., 157

Hoadly, Benj., bp of Winchester, 135

Hobby:
-, Wm, 176
-, fam., 177

hockey, 59, 65

Hodson, And., 38

Hollis, Edw. Early, architect, 52

Holloway:
-, And., 165, 169
-, John, 39, 48, 155–8, 164, 166, 169, 213 n, 225
-, Mgy, w. of And., 169

Holton, Jas, 97

Holwell (in Broadwell), 168

Home Guard, 67

Hood, John, 77

Horne:
-, John, 214
-, Thos, 214, 246
-, fam., 200, 214, 241

horse racing, 58, 66, 201

Horsley, John, curate of Witney, 137

Horton, Peter, 253

Horton-cum-Studley, 164

Hoskins, Chas, curate of Witney, 136

Hospitallers, 131

Housing and Town Planning Act (1919), 118

Howell:
-, Wm., 181
-, fam., 174

Hubbard, Francis, 147

Hudson Bay Company, 79, 84, 90, 93

Humfrey:
-, Ric. (d. 1570), 81
-, Ric. (d. 1608), 21, 241
-, fam., 82

Humphrey, Wm s. of, see William

Humphries, John, 246

Hungerford (Berks.), 73

Hunsden:
-, Peter, 200
-, fam., 213

Hunt, fam., 213 n

Hunt Edmunds Brewery, 94, 175

hunting, 53, 207; and see Witney park; woodland; Wychwood Forest: Whitsuntide hunt

Huntley, Thos, 159 n

Hurd, Douglas, MP, 68

Hustone, John, MP for Witney, 130

Hyde:
-, Edw., 64, 96
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1709), Vct Cornbury and earl of Clarendon, 58, 69 and n, 78, 82, 113
-, Hen. (d. 1753), earl of Rochester and of Clarendon, 69
-, Hen. (d. 1753), Vct Cornbury, 58, 69, 109, 111
-, John, curate of Witney and Hailey, 65, 116, 136, 160, 250–2
-, Lawr., earl of Rochester, 69
-, fam., 96

Iffley, 75

Ifield, Nic., 88, 107

inclosure, 3, 55, 77, 107; and see under names of particular places

Independents, see Congregationalists

India, East, 93

industrial relations, see cloth and blanket industry

industries, trades, and professions, see apothecaries; architects; artists; auctioneers; bacon dealer; bakers; banks; barbers; bellfounders; bicycle manuf.; bone setter; bonnet makers; brewers; building trades; butchers; cabinet maker; cap and uniform manuf.; carriers; chandlers; chapmen; cheese; chimneysweeps; clock- and watchmakers; cloth and blanket industry; coach builders; coal; confectioners; coopers; cornmongers; drapers; dressmakers; engineering; fish; florist; furniture manuf.; gamekeepers; gardeners; glass and furniture dealers; grocers; gunsmith; haberdashers; hatter; higglers; 'high-tech'; innkeepers; jewellers; lamplighter; laundries; lawyers; leather industry; maltsters; mantua maker; mealmen; mercers; metal industry; millwright; parchment maker; physicians; potters; printers; road surveyor; rope manuf.; salt trade; sausage and pie manuf.; seedsman; servants; soap boilers; spicers; tailors; tea dealers; tobacconist; umbrella makers; undertakers; upholsterers; welfare workers; wine trade; wheelwrights

innkeepers, publicans, victuallers, 13, 21, 60, 74, 77, 80, 85–6, 87, 89, 93, 107, 115, 120, 123–4, 144, 220
-, tipplers, 85

inoculation, 123, 126, 231

Ireland, 205
-, chancellor of, 133
-, Dublin, abp of, see Wikeford

iron, corrugated, 44, 45 n

Iron-Age settlement, 1, 8, 193, 227; and see North Oxfordshire Grim's ditch

ironmongers, see metal industry

Italy, see Aosta; Lombardy; Lucca

Ivinghoe, Wm, 212

J.

Jackson, Thos, rector of Witney and royal chaplain, 135

Jacobites, 58–9

James II, 60

Japan, 95

Jehovah's Witnesses, 154

Jenkyn, Cyril, curate of Curbridge, 222–3

Jennings, John, mapmaker, 72 n, 264

Jerram, Chas, rector of Witney, 60, 62, 123, 136–7, 141, 144–5, 155, 160, 188–9, 222–3

Jessop, Gilb., cricketer, 63

jewellers, 87, 93

John, king, 53–4, 131, 207–8

Johnson:
-, Ric., 38
-, fam., wool staplers, 78

Jones:
-, Hen., 21, 80, 167
-, Wal., 49, 55, 80, 155
-, fam., 79–80, 81 n, 115, 185

Jordan:
-, Thos (fl. 1646), 109
-, Thos (d. 1666, ?the same), 169
-, fam., 36, 109

Joslin:
-, John, 205
-, fam., 205, 218

Julian, J.D., 152

justices of the peace, see Oxfordshire: JPs

K.

Keene, Ric., 143

Kelmscott(in Broadwell), 81

Kensington, South, see London: Sch. of Science

Kent, see Ashford; Canterbury

Kidlington, 85, 201

Kilworth, South (Leics.), 205

King:
-, Thos, 109, 213
-, fam., 109

Kirk, J. & Sons, architects, 48

L.

Lacy, fam., 234

Lakyn, Ric., 78 n

Lamb, W.E., 231

Lambert:
-, (?the chaplain), Ric., vicar of Witney, 133
-, Rob., 74
-, Wm, 74
-, fam., 53, 74, 133

lamplighter, 97

Lancashire:
-, Thos, 216
-, fam., 216

Lancashire, 201; and see Liverpool; Manchester; Rochdale

Lancashire Workers' Union, 65

Langford:
-, Rob., 234
-, Wm, antiquary, 16, 72, 263–4

Langford, 76, 204; and see Radcot

Langley (in Shipton-under-Wychwood), 172

Langley way, 5, 172

Lark, Wm, 78 n

laundries, 52, 97, 99 laundresses, 89, 97

Lavenham (Suff.), 78 n

Lawley:
-, Ric., 202
-, fam., 202

lawyers, attorneys, solicitors, 23, 55, 60, 63, 70, 85, 88–9, 96–7, 117, 121, 123, 157, 246

Lea (Lee):
-, Art., see Leigh
-, Sam., 95, 127, 151, 153
-, Wm, 165, 168
-, fam., 60 and see Lee, Chadwick, & Co.

Lea, Staples and, see Staples and Lea

Leafield (in Shipton-under-Wychwood), 2, 4, 148–9, 171, 179

Leake:
-, Chas, 23, 97, 110, 218, 246
-, Jas, 218

leather industry, 74, 85–6, 88 n, 89, 93–5
-, breeches-makers, 86
-, cobblers, 74, 93
-, cordwainers, 38, 86, 244
-, corvesers, 74–5
-, curriers, 70, 86, 94, 107
-, fellmongers, 39, 41–2, 81, 85–6, 88, 94, 110, 153
-, glovers and gloving, 3, 20–1, 25, 81, 86, 88 n, 89, 93–5, 97, 99–100, 102, 151, 184; and see Looker's; Pritchett & Webley
-, harnessmakers, 94
-, leather cutters, 94
-, saddlers, 39, 94, 102, 245
-, shoemakers, 20–1, 41, 85–6, 88 n, 93–4, 114, 151, 157, 244
-, skinners, 76
-, tanners and tanning, 74–5, 81, 85–6, 93–4, 107
-, whit-tawyers, 74

Lechlade (Glos.), 12, 14

Lee, see Lea

Lee, Chadwick, & Co., 96

Legge, Edw., rector of Witney and bp of Oxford, 135

Leicester, earl of, see Dudley, Rob.

Leicester, 81

Leicester Primitive Methodist circuit, 153

Leicestershire, see Kilworth; Leicester; Loughborough

Leigh, Art. Lea, 95, 111, 127

Leigh and Jackson (later Leigh and Sons), ironmongers, 44, 95, 99

Leigh, North, 4, 6, 204, 225–6, 229–31, 249; and see Yatt

Leigh, South, 4, 11, 168

Lenthall:
-, John, 69
-, Wm, Speaker, 57, 69, 113, 131, 135

lepers, alms to, 208

Leverett:
-, Jas, 141, 169, 190, 225, 255
-, fam., 88

Levett, John, 244

Lew (Lewe):
-, John, 211
-, Ralph of, 241

Lew (in Bampton), 2, 4, 5, 78, 150, 192

Lewis, Art., 148

Liberals, 64

Lighting and Watching Act, 116, 121

Lincolnshire, 81

Littlemore (later in Oxford), 75

Liverpool, 14, 103

locksmiths, see metal industry

Loe, Thos, 149

Logan, And., artist, 142

Lollards, 54–5, 145

Lombardy (Italy), 77

London:
-, as address, 23, 40, 49, 52, 76, 99, 140, 142, 148, 159, 164, 168–70, 184, 204, 224, 252
-, Blackwell Hall, 79
-, Blitz, 67, 97, 100
-, Cheapside, 40
-, Christ's Hosp., 158
-, communications with, 13–14
-,-, roads to, 12–13, 76, 192
-, Crystal Palace, 63
-, evacuees from, 66
-, Newgate prison, 120
-, Portuguese embassy, 141
-, Putney, 49
-, St Martin-le-Grand, canon of, 133
-, Sch. of Science and Art (South Kensington), 161
-, trade links with, 3, 12–14, 54, 57, 75–84, 86–8, 90, 102, 105, 145, 150, 156, 158
-, warehos. in, 82
-, Westminster, 33
-,-, abbey, prebendary of, 135
-, Westminster Sch., 135, 157
-, Whitechapel, 143

London and County Bank, 97

Long:
-, Jas, 49, 52, 93–4, 218
-, Wm, 109–10, 246
-, fam., 117

Long, Hen., and Sons, 96

Long's cycle and motor stores, 96

Longworth (formerly Berks.), 156

Looker:
-, F.W., 99
-, Francis, 96

Looker's glove factory, 99–100, 102

Lord, fam., 201

Lords, Ho. of, see parliament

Loughborough (Leics.), 143

Lovel, John, Ld Lovel, 176

Lucca (Italy), 78

Luckett, Wm, 41–2

Lucy, Godfrey de, bp of Winchester, 103

Ludlow (Salop.), 14

lunatic asylum, see Witney, borough

M.

madder, see cloth and blanket industry: dyers

Maddox, Rob., 170

Madley brook, 4, 6–7

Magdalen College, Oxford, 133–5, 182

magistrates, see Oxfordshire: JPs

Malmesbury (Wilts.), 78 n

maltsters and malting, 14, 85–7, 93–4, 97, 107–8, 146, 150, 182, 213, 242, 244
-, maltho., 160, 196

Manchester, 14, 97, 103

Mansfield College, Oxford, 148

mantua maker, 144

markets, see Witney, borough

Marlborough, dukes of, 55, 63, 68–9, 107, 109–10, 183–4, 202, 215–16, 218–19
-, muniments, 263
-, and see Blenheim estate; Spencer; Spencer-Churchill

Marriott:
-, Blanche, w. of Wm, 96
-, Jas (d. 1803), 151
-, Jas (fl. 1820–50), s. of above, 90, 96, 107, 218
-, Jas (d. 1904), 25, 48, 91–2, 96
-, Jas Francis (d. 1929), 27, 43, 71, 73
-, Thos, 110
-, Wm, 40, 90, 96, 107
-, fam., 40, 58, 60, 63, 73, 83, 110, 115, 117, 146–7, 151, 236

Marriott & Sons, 97–101; and see Early, Chas, & Co.

Marshall, Wm, 86 n

Martin:
-, Art., 52, 152, 253
-, Chas, organ builder, 144
-, John (d. 1639), 88 n
-, John (d. by 1682, ?the same), 169
-, Ric., 77
-, Rob., 202
-, Wm, 145
-, and see Bishop

Mary I, as princess, 135

Mason, Jas, 63, 235–6

masons, see building trades

Mather, Sam., 147

Matthews, Rob., 218

Mawle, Jos., 219

May:
-, Edw., 150
-, John, 150

Mayow, Thos, 200

maypoles, see customs

meadows, 171, 191–2, 207, 211, 215–16
-, common or lot, 177–9, 178, 202, 212, 214–15, 216–17, 238–40, 239

mealmen, 97

Mears, Thos, 143

mechanization:
-, agricultural, 243
-, industrial, 94–6, 111; and see cloth and blanket industry

Medhopp, John, 38, 40

medieval settlement, 173, 195, 198–9, 228–30; and see Witney, borough: settlement

Mediterranean, 93

mercers, 36, 39, 74, 78, 85, 87, 111, 149, 168
-, silk mercers, 93

Merchant Adventurers' Company, 55

Meredith, R.E., rector of Witney, 137

Merton College, Oxford, 132

metal industry, 74, 85–6, 89, 93, 95–6
-, boiler maker, 96
-, braziers, 96
-, foundries, 41, 87, 95–6, 143
-,-, bellfounders, qv
-, gunsmith, qv
-, ironmongers, 28, 43–4, 74, 85–7, 93, 95–6, 99, 127, 146, 151
-, locksmiths, 95–6
-, metal turner, 42
-, pinmakers, 39, 86, 105
-, smiths, 19, 40, 74, 85–7, 89, 102, 184, 210, 220, 244–5
-, tinplate-maker, 86, 95

Methodists:
-, chapels, 3, 27, 36, 51–2, 94, 145–6, 148, 151–4, 159, 189, 197, 201, 223–4, 253–4
-, Primitive, 145–6, 153–4, 190, 197, 223–4, 253, 254
-, Abrahamites, 154
-, United, 153–4, 162, 222, 224, 254
-, Wesleyan, 3, 52, 55, 59–63, 65–6, 71, 137, 144, 145–8, 150, 151–3, 155–8, 159–60, 161–4, 170, 189, 223, 251, 253–4, 263

Metropolitan Bank, 97

Middlesex, see Hatton Garden

Middleton, Walker, 70, 86

Midland Bank, 97

Millers, Humph. de, rector of Witney, 133

Mills, Wm, curate of Witney, 137, 222

mills and factories:
-, aircraft factory, see De Havilland
-, blanket factories, 25, 44–8, 43–8, 89–92, 97–101, 109–10, 123, 185–6, 246–7
-, corn mills, 17, 46, 76, 108–11, 184–5
-, fulling mills, 1, 17, 45, 74–6, 78–81, 84, 89–90, 92, 108–11, 185, 236, 245–6
-, gig mills, 185, 247
-, glove factories, 95, 99–100, 102, 128
-, sawmills, 94
-, spinning mills, 45, 48, 60, 89–92, 98, 123, 185, 246–7
-, weaving shops, 44–5, 152, 236, 245
-, windmills, 247
-, and see Bridge Street Mills; Buttercross (Leys) Works; Crawley Mill; Crofts Mill; Farm (Waleys) Mill; Mount Mills; New Mill; Witney, borough: Newland (Newland Mill); Witney (Woodford) Mills

millwright, 96

Milton (formerly Berks.), 13, 84

Milton-under-Wychwood (in Shiptonunder-Wychwood), 149, 234

Minchin, Thos, 149

Minday(or Munday), Thos, 174

Minster Lovell, 1,2, 4, 5, 148, 184, 219
-, as address, 165, 169, 213
-, bdy, 192–3
-, minster, 1, 4, 130
-, roads to, 172, 226
-, Worsham waterworks, 118, 125, 129

minsters, 1, 2, 4, 5, 130

Mirfield (Yorks. WR), 48, 98

moats, 54, 70, 71, 190, 205; and see Curbridge: Black Moat

moduses, 131, 200

Moore, Harry Wilkinson, architect, 44, 73

mop-making, see cloth and blanket industry

More, fam., 253

Morley, Geo., bp of Winchester, 131

Morrell, fam., 162

Morris, Ric., 85

morris dancing, see customs

motorcycle racing, 66

Mount Mills (in Witney), 25, 31, 32, 43, 48, 71, 73, 91–2, 97, 101, 103

Mulso, John, rector of Witney, 135–6

Munday, see Minday

murage, 111–12

Mymmes:
-, Thos (fl. mid 15th cent.), 203
-, Thos (fl. 1478), s. of above, 203–4
-, Wal., 203–4
-, fam., 203–4

N.

nappers, see cloth and blanket industry

Neave, Ric., 150

New College, Oxford, 133

New England, see America

New Mill (in Hailey), 45, 65, 69, 76, 78, 81, 89, 91–2, 94, 99, 101, 108–9, 227–8, 236, 239, 240, 244–5, 246–7, 247

New Yatt, see Yatt

New Zealand, 93

Newbridge (in Northmoor), 13–14, 55, 76, 192
-, wharf, 96

Newbury (Berks.), 78 n

Newbury Methodist circuit, 151

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 142

Newfoundland, 93

Newland (formerly in Cogges), see Witney, borough

Newman:
-, Hen., 212–13
-, John, 213
-, Wm, 213
-, fam., 195, 212–13

newspapers, see Witney, borough

Newton, Ernest, architect, 43

Nicholson & Corlette, architects, 222

Nixon, John, 155

Nobys, Thos, 111

nonconformity, see Baptists; Brethren; Christian Scientists; Congregationalists; Friends; Jehovah's Witnesses; Lollards; Methodists; Pentecostalists; Puritanism; Salvation Army; Spiritualists; and under names of particular places

Norfolk, 73; and see Norwich

Norreys, Ld, see Bertie, Montagu

Norris, Wm Foxley, rector of Witney, 28, 61–3, 126, 137, 146, 154

North Oxfordshire Grim's ditch, 1, 2, 4, 227

Northampton, 73

Northamptonshire, see Chacombe; Hallidon; Northampton

Northleach (Glos.), 13, 78, 81, 169, 193

Northmoor, 214
-, Bablock Hythe, 12, 207
-, and see Newbridge

Northumberland, see Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Norton, Silas, 149

Norton, Brize, 219
-, airfield, 29, 52, 67, 97, 148, 176
-, Astrop, 2, 204
-, bdy, 191
-, Caswell, 198–9, 204–5, 216, 218–19
-, nonconf., 148
-, roads to, 5, 193
-, Rom. Cath, 144

Norton, Chipping, 75, 77, 149, 250
-, Norton, Over, 255

Norton ditch, 5, 198, 199 n

Norwich (Norfolk), 81

Nuneham Courtenay, 60

O.

Ogden, Edm., 89, 246

Oldcastle, Sir John, 54

organ builders, see Martin, Chas; Walker's

Oriel College, Oxford, 156

Orleton:
-, Adam de, bp of Winchester, 133, 208–9
-, John de, rector of Witney, 133

Overton (Hants), 15

Oxford, 11, 30, 53, 75, 77, 84, 86, 100, 102, 105, 115, 120, 165
-, as address, 109, 144, 169
-, banks in, 88, 97
-, car factories, 97, 101
-, castle, 120
-, Civil War, 56–8
-, communications, 12–15, 227
-, mayor, see Hanley
-, nonconf., 55, 57, 149–51
-, prison, 245
-, Puritan lecturers from, 145
-, Radcliffe Infirmary, 126
-, Rom. Cath., 144
-, royal visits, 60
-, St Aloysius's ch., 52
-, St Frideswide's priory, 138
-, St Martin's ch., 136
-, St Mary the Virgin ch., 134
-, sch., 155
-, shambles, 74
-, Summertown, 144
-, and see Cowley; Littlemore

Oxford, diocese:
-, bps of, 131, 168, 249–50; and see Blandford; Compton, Hen.; Crew; Fell; Legge; Underhill; Wilberforce
-, Diocesan Church Building Society, 251
-, Diocesan Education Committee, 162

Oxford, university, 134–5
-, chancellor, 133
-, colleges, 34, 66, 86, 135; and see Christ Church; Corpus Christi; Magdalen; Mansfield; Merton; New; Oriel; Ruskin; University
-, Lady Margaret professor of divinity, 134
-, St Mary the Virgin ch., see Oxford

Oxford Architects' Partnership, 47

Oxford Baptist Association, 148

Oxford canal, 14

Oxford Society for Promoting the Study of Gothic Architecture , 141

Oxfordshire:
-, Assizes, 83
-, bridewell, see Witney, borough: prisons
-, constabulary, 121, 248
-, county coroner, 121
-, County Court, see Witney, borough:
-, public bldgs
-, bailiff of, 96
-, elections, 58, 64
-, JPs and magistrates, 49, 58, 65, 85, 113–14, 116, 120–3, 136, 149, 221, 251, 253
-, Quarter Sessions, 82, 114
-, sheriff's officers, 86, 119
-, uprisings, 54–5, 79, 144
-, woodland, 179

Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry , 49, 68

Oxfordshire County Council, 32, 65, 67, 73, 111, 117–19, 126, 128, 132, 157, 161–3, 254–5

oysters, 75

Oyston, John, 150

P.

painters, see building trades

Paintin, Mr, 43

Palmer:
-, Adam, 202, 210
-, John (d. 1650), 169
-, John (d. 1712), 86, 88
-, Jos., 110
-, fam., 110

pannage, 180–1

papacy:
-, papal provisions, 131, 133
-, papal chaplain, 133

parchment maker, 96

Parish Constables Act (1842), 114

park, medieval, see Witney park

Parker, fam., 74, 202

parliament:
-, Lords, Ho. of, 79
-, MPs, see Hurd; Hustone; Wellow; Wilkes; Witney, borough
-, Parliamentarians (Civil War), 56–7, 145
-, Parliamentary Commissioners for sale of Church lands (Civil War), 69, 109, 200, 202
-, Parliamentary Committee (Civil War), 69
-, Speaker, see Lenthall, Wm

passage money, 112

Paxford, Chris., 86

Pay (Pale) Lane (suga rode), 5–6, 9, 171–2, 178, 226

payments and rights, customary, 207–8; and see churchscot; fixed view; hedge acre; heriot; pannage; quitrents; recognition or knowledge money

Pearson:
-, Wm (d. 1847), 205, 218
-, Wm (d. after 1847), 205
-, Wm, s. of above, 205

Peisley (Peasley, Piesley), Ric., 57 and n

Pembroke, earl of, see Valence

Penn, Wm, founder of Pennsylvania, 149

Pennison and Cornelius, architects, 48

Penny, John, 213

Pentecostalists, 154

perambulation (of bdy), see customs

Perfect, Hen., 148

Pettie:
-, Anne, 38–40
-, John, 34
-, Max., 34

Philips, J. & N., 97; and see Smith, Wm & Co.

Phipps:
-, Mrs, 232
-, fam., 232–3

physicians, surgeons, and doctors, 28, 36, 55, 60, 62, 64, 85, 88–9, 96–7, 118, 120, 123, 126, 141–3, 169, 225, 231, 236; and see apothecaries

Piesley, see Peisley

pillories, 20, 120

pinmakers, see metal industry

Pitts (Puttes), John, 211

plague, see epidemics

plasterers, see building trades

Plot, Rob., 79, 81

Plowman:
-, Edw., 38
-, (or Wright), Rob., 213–14

plumbers, see building trades

Plymouth (Devon), 14

Plymouth Brethren, see Brethren

Poffley End (in Hailey), 1, 3, 4, 225, 227–32, 238, 239, 245
-, dom. archit., 231
-, nonconf., 232, 253
-, Old Manor, 229–30, 235 n, 239
-, place name, 228–9
-, pop., 229
-, settlement, 228–9, 232, 238

police, 248; and see Oxfordshire: constabulary; Witney, borough: policing

political parties, see Conservatives; Liberals; Tories; Whigs

Pomeray:
-, Hugh, 204
-, Joan, m.—Galard, 204

Poole, Thos, 87

Poor Law Commissioners, 51

Pope, Wm, and his dau. Mary, 36

Popish Plot (1679), 253

Portugal, 84
-, Portuguese embassy, see London
-, prisoners and labourers from, 66, 144

postal services, see under names of particular places

potters and crockers, 74

Powell, John, and Sons, 252

Pratley, fam., 244

Pratt, fam., 213 n

prehistoric settlement, 1, 8, 172–3, 193, 227; and see Iron-Age settlement; Roman settlement

Presbyterians, see Congregationalists

Primitive Methodists, see Methodists

printers, stationers, and booksellers, 61, 71, 93, 245

prisons, see London: Newgate; Oxford; Witney, borough

Pritchard, John, 40

Pritchett:
-, Wm (fl. 1830–51), 94–5, 151
-, Wm, s. of above, 95

Pritchett & Webley, glovers, 25, 95–6, 98–9, 128

professions, see industries

punitive instruments, see gallows; pillories; prisons; stocks; tumbrels

Puritanism, 57–8, 135, 145, 147

Purton (Puryton), Ric., 212

Pusey:
-, Eliz., w. of Ric., see White
-, Ric., 109

Putney, see London

Puttes, see Pitts

Pyry, Adam de, 130 n

Q.

Quakers, see Friends

quarries and quarrying, 3, 19, 21, 26 n, 33, 41, 44, 50, 74–5, 87–8, 94, 105, 123, 128, 174, 192, 207, 220–2, 237, 245
-, quarry workers, 26, 87, 184, 220
-, slate, 33, 74

Queen Anne's Bounty, 250

quilters, see cloth and blanket industry

Quiltex, 101

quitrents, 69, 114, 134, 181, 203, 213, 242

R.

Radcot (in Langford), 12, 14, 54

Radford Harper Associates, architects, 52

railways, 14; and see East Gloucestershire; Great Western; West Midland Railway; Witney, borough: communications; Witney Railway Co.

Raine, Rosa, 142

Raleigh, Wm, bp of Winchester, 208

Ramsden, 4, 6, 226

Randall, Thos, 25

Rankell:
-, John, 39
-, Peter, 78, 80, 115
-, Wm, 40
-, fam., 20, 79–81, 81 n

Rathbone, Francis, 144

Raulin:
-, Wm, 75, 104
-, fam., 74, 130

Ravenor:
-, N.G., 96
-, fam., 60, 117

Ravenor & Cuthbert (later Ravenor, Batt, & Lee), 96

Ravens, John, 76

Rayson, Thos, architect, 28, 44, 50

Reading (Berks.), 170

recognition or knowledge money, 112

Reeves, Chas, architect, 49

revolts, see riots

Ricards, see Fermor, Thos

Richard, earl of Cornwall, 203

Richards, Geo., 236

Ring, Thos, 87

riots, revolts, and disturbances, 53–4, 58–9, 65, 74, 84–5, 104, 124, 181, 188
-, bread riots, 55, 58, 78, 85, 122
-, and see Oxfordshire: uprisings; Popish Plot

Rissington, Little (Glos.), 176

river transport, see Witney, borough: communications

road surveyor, 93

roads:
-, ancient, 4, 5, 172, 192–3, 199, 227, 229; and see Abingdon Lane; Langley way; Pay (Pale) Lane; St John's Lane; Wood Street
-, Roman, 2, 171, 226; and see Akeman Street
-, turnpikes, 13, 172, 192–3, 227
-,-, toll hos., 13, 172, 192, 225, 227
-, and see under names of particular places

Robbins, Harry, 65 n

Roberts:
-, Jos., 218
-, fam., 218

Robinson, Nic., rector of Witney and bp of Bangor, 135

Rochdale (Lancs.), 89, 246

Roches, Peter des, bp of Winchester, 53, 131, 208

Rochester, earls of, see Hyde, Hen. (d. 1753) and Lawr.

Rogers, Edw., 215

Roke (Rok), fam., 185

Rokesmill, see Crawley Mill

Rolfe:
-, Clapton Crabb, architect, 3, 44, 142, 144, 222, 251–2, 254
-, Geo. Crabb, vicar and perp. curate of Hailey, 44, 190, 250–3

Roman Catholicism, see under names of particular places

Roman settlement, 1, 5, 8, 173, 193–4, 227; and see burial grounds; roads; Wilcote: Shakenoak Roman villa

rope manuf., 96

Roper, John, vicar of Witney, 134, 165, 167

Rose, John, 85 n

Rowe, John, 57, 135

Royal African Company, 79

Royal Air Force, 66–7, 142

royal chaplains, royal officers, see Crown

Royalists (Civil War), 56–7, 135, 146, 200

Rudhall:
-, Abel, 143
-, Thos, 143

rugby, 65

Rupert, prince, 56

Ruskin College, Oxford, 65

Russia, 93

S.

St Albans (Herts.), 73

St John's Ambulance Brigade, 126

St John's Lane (suga rode), 4, 5–6, 9, 178, 226, 229, 239

St John's wood, see Hailey: woodland (Singe wood)

St Valéry:
-, Annora of, m. Rob. of Dreux, 203
-, Bernard of, 203
-, Thos of, 203
-, fam., 203

St Valéry, honor of, 203

Salisbury, diocese of, 131
-, bp of, see Woodville
-, chancellor of, see Gayhurst

Salmon, Hen., 44, 197

salt trade, 14, 96
-, salters, 74

Saltmarsh & Druce, wine and provision merchants, 43, 93

Salvation Army, 146, 154

Sampford, Rog. of, 204

Sanders, Chas, 97

Sankey, Ric., rector of Witney, 137

sausage- and pie-manuf., 99, 102

Savoy, count of, 131

Savoyards, 133, 139

sawyers, see building trades

schools, see under names of particular places

Scolemaster, John, 155

Scotland, 93

Scotthorne, Hugh de, 203

Scouts Association, 148

seamstresses, see dressmakers

Second World War, 30, 67, 100, 142

seedsman, 153

Seele, Geo., perp. curate of Hailey, 250

Seely, Wm, builder and architect, 96

Selman:
-, Jos. (d. 1692), 80–1
-, Jos. (d. 1758), 244
-, Jos. (d. 1772), 246
-, Jos. (fl. 1780), 182
-, Wm (d. 1767), 244, 246
-, Wm (d. after 1808), 246
-, fam., 83 n, 174, 181

servants, domestic, 38–9, 54–5, 85, 88–9, 97, 99

services, customary, 176, 180–1, 209–11, 240–1

settlement, see Anglo-Saxon; barrows; burial grounds; Iron-Age; medieval; prehistoric; roads; Roman settlement; villages, deserted; and under names of particular places

Seven Years' War, 55, 59

Shakenoak Farm, see Hailey

Shakenoak Roman villa, see Wilcote

Sharpe (Sharp):
-, Ann, 231
-, Eliz., 168
-, Sim., 231

Shayler, Jas, 61, 93

shearers, see cloth and blanket industry

sheep, breeds:
-, Cotswold, 243
-, Leicester, 243
-, Oxford Down, 218
-, Southdown, 243

sheep farming, see stock breeding

Sheppard, Thos, 168

Shillingford, fam., 94

Shilton, 5, 88, 223

Shipton-under-Wychwood, 14, 169
-, Shipton Downs isolation hosp., 126
-, and see Langley; Leafield; Milton-underWychwood

shoemakers, see leather industry

Shorter:
-, John, 58
-, fam., 147

Showell spring, 171

Shropshire, see Ludlow

Shuffrey:
-, Mary, w. of Sam., 144
-, Sam. (d. 1844), 234
-, Sam. (d. 1889), 94, 107, 144
-, fam., 94, 115

Sibford Ferris (in Swalcliffe), 159

Signet, see Burford

Sims, J.C., 160–2

Singe (St John's) wood, see Hailey: woodland

skinners, see leather industry

skittles, 59

slaters, see building trades

smallpox, see epidemics

Smalprout, fam., 241

Smith:
-, Hannah, 150
-, Harry, 63, 65, 91, 185
-, Humph., 140
-, Jas, 220
-, Joan, w. of John, 169, 254–5
-, John (d. 1634), 242
-, John (d. 1646), 165, 169, 255
-, John (d. 1827), 174
-, John (fl. 1880s), 196
-, Ric., 174
-, Sidney, 232
-, Thos (d. 1743), 38
-, Thos (d. 1757), 86
-, Wm (d. 1874), 47, 60, 63–4, 91–2, 94, 152, 155
-, Wm, s. of above, 63, 65 and n, 91, 185
-, fam., 60, 117, 146, 162, 196, 241

Smith, Wm & Co. (later W. Smith & Co. and J. & N. Philips (Witney) Ltd), 25, 65, 92–3, 97–101, 175, 185–6

Smitheman, Edw., 62, 63 n

smiths, see metal industry

Smiths' of England engineering, 30, 67, 100–3

soap boilers, 87

Somerset, 53, 107; and see Bath; Bristol

South Africa, see Africa

South America, see America

South Chilterns Smallpox Hospital Board, 126

Southampton, 3, 12–13, 53, 75–6, 78

Southern Electricity Board, 127

Southern Gas Board, 127

Spain, 84

Sparrowhawk, fam., 241

Spencer:
-, Chas (d. 1758), 3rd duke of Marlborough, 58, 69–70, 143, 169, 196, 214
-, Eliz., w. of Chas, 69
-, Geo. (d. 1817), 4th duke of Marlborough, 50, 58, 69, 249–50

Spencer-Churchill:
-, Geo. (d. 1840), 5th duke of Marlborough, 188
-, Geo. (d. 1857), 6th duke of Marlborough, 63, 69, 144
-, Geo. Chas (d. 1892), 8th duke of Marlborough, 69, 71, 174
-, John (d. 1883), 7th duke of Marlborough, 69, 174, 183, 202
-, John (d. 1972), 10th duke of Marlborough, 111, 185, 219

spicers, 74

spinners and spinning, see cloth and blanket industry

Spiritualists, 154

sports and pastimes, 61, 63, 65–6, 68, 121; and see backsword; baseball; bowling; chess; cricket; cycling; football; golf; hockey; horse racing; motorcycle racing; rugby; skittles; swimming; tennis; whist drives

Spring, Thos, 78 n

Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon), 93

Staley:
-, Chas, 218
-, Ric., 215
-, Thos (fl. 1756), 214
-, Thos (fl. 1851), 218
-, fam., 200, 214–15, 218

Standlake:
-, Isabel of, 204
-, Ric. of (fl. 1327–31), 19, 75, 134, 139, 198, 204, 212, 241
-, Ric. of (fl. 1346, ?the same), 204
-, Rog. of, 155, 204
-, Thos of, 75 n
-, fam., 53, 74–5, 114, 130, 134, 204, 241

Standlake, 84, 103, 126, 168, 181, 192–3, 234
-, fulling mill, 75 n, 76 n
-, Underdown (Beard or Berry) mill, 78

Stanley, Jas, earl of Derby, 57, 135

Stanton Harcourt, 59, 130

Staples, Jos., 93

Staples and Lea, ironmongers, 95

stationers, see printers

Staunton, Edm., 135

steam power, see mechanization

Steer, Bart., 55 n

Stephen, king, 54

stints, 179, 216, 240

stock breeding, 85, 107, 208–11
-, cattle, 104–5, 107, 174, 182, 184, 200, 208, 213, 216, 218–20, 242–3; and see cow-keeper; dairy farming
-, deer, 183, 199–200
-, goats, 208–9
-, horses, 105, 107, 200, 213
-, pigs, 105, 108, 174, 180, 182, 184, 208–9, 213, 218–19, 242–3
-,-, bacon, 87, 208
-, poultry, 107, 174, 182, 184, 196, 208, 213, 219–20, 242–3
-, peacocks, 208
-, and see dovecots
-, sheep, 3, 76–7, 81–2, 105, 107, 177, 180–2, 184, 192, 194, 199–200, 208–13, 216–20, 236, 238, 240–3
-,-, shepherds, 184, 208

stocks, 120, 187

Stonesfield, 33, 158

Stonor, Thos, 64, 144

Stow-on-the-Wold (Glos.), 13, 227

Stratton, Thos, 176 n

Street, G.E., architect, 141–2, 252

Strickland, Wal., 62, 123

Stumpe, Wm, 78 n

Suffolk, 78; and see Lavenham

suga rode, see Pay (Pale) Lane; St John's Lane

Sumner, Chas Ric., bp of Winchester, 69, 144

surgeons, see physicians

Surrey, see Farnham

Sussex, see Brighton

Swalcliffe, 205; and see Sibford Ferris

Swan Laundry (in Witney), 99, 153

swimming and bathing, 63, 65, 67–8, 118, 198

Swinburne, Ric., 40

Swindon (Wilts.), 14

Swinford toll bridge, see Eynsham

Sydnor, Ric., rector of Witney and royal chaplain, 135

Sylvester, Thos, 94

T.

tailors, 22, 42, 74, 85, 87, 93, 144, 184, 244

Tanner, Rob., 213

tanners, see leather industry

Tarentaise (Savoie, France), abp of, see Grossi

Tarrant:
-, Ernest, 65 and n
-, W.H., 52, 63–4, 93, 151
-, fam., 60, 117

Tarrant, W.H., and Sons, grocers, 93

Tasker:
-, Jas, 109
-, Thos, 109

Taylor:
-, Thos (d. 1549), 86
-, Thos (d. 1583), 37, 86, 107
-, Thos (fl. 1800–12), 148

tea dealers, 93

Temperance, 60–3, 146, 154–5, 233–4, 251

Tempest:
-, Wm, 223
-, fam., 144

Temple:
-, Cuthbert, 181
-, Rob., 80
-, fam., 80

tennis, 29, 63, 65–6

Tetsworth, 13

Textile Workers' Union, 65

Thame, 11, 75
-, prebend of, 131
-, Thame Pk, 205

Thames, riv., 12, 14, 78, 192

Thames and Severn canal, 14

Thames Conservancy, 125

thatch, 3, 159, 174, 176, 195, 231

theatres and plays, see Witney, borough

Thompson, Geo., 87 n, 167, 255

timber framing, 3, 22 n, 25, 27, 33, 231 crucks, 195

timber merchants, see building trades

tinkers, see chapmen

tinplate-maker, see metal industry

tipplers, see innkeepers

tithingpenny or tithing silver, see fixed view

tobacconist, 93

toll, right of, 111–12; and see Witney, borough: tolls

Tories, 64

Townsend:
-, A.W., 224
-, Job, 86
-, Nanny, 169
-, Wm, 48, 52, 148, 165, 170, 189
-, fam., 147, 224

Tozer, Rob., 148

Tractarianism, 137

traction-engine driver, 42

trade tokens, see Witney, borough: trade and ind.

trades, see industries

Transport and General Workers' Union, 65, 100

Trelawney, Jonathan, bp of Winchester, 132

Trelleck, John de, rector of Witney and bp of Hereford, 133

Trimnell, fam., 88

Trumball, Ralph, rector of Witney, 168

tumbrels, 20, 120

Turner:
-, Eliz., see Collier
-, Ric., 169

turnpikes, see roads

typhoid, see epidemics

U.

umbrella makers, 96

Underdown Mill, see Standlake

Underhill, John, rector of Witney and bp of Oxford, 135

undertakers, 93, 245

United Reform Church, 149

United States of America, see America

Universal Aircraft Services Ltd, 29

University College, Oxford, 234

upholsterers, 59, 93, 96

Upland, tithing of, 186, 221

Upstone, Wm, 216

V.

Valence, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke, 54

Valentine and Barrell, 93

Van de Weyer, Victor, 205

Venn, Hen., 218

Veysey, Wal., 202

victuallers, see innkeepers

villages, deserted or shrunk, 198

vintners, see wine trade

Virginia, see America

W.

Wachi:
-, Wm (fl. 1261–1310), de Chambéry, rector of Witney, 133
-, Wm (fl. 1310–16), rector of Witney, 133

Wady:
-, Wm (fl. 1476), the elder, 109
-, Wm (fl. 1490), the younger, 109
-, fam., 185

Wailes, Wm, stained-glass maker, 142

Waine, fam., 235

Wales, 11, 13, 54, 76, 78
-, prince of, see Edward VII

Waleys Mill, see Farm Mill

Walker:
-, Eliz., w. of John, 218
-, John, 218

Walker, Jas, and Sons, 29, 48, 98–101

Walker & Atkinson Ltd, 111

Walker's, organ builders, 142

Waller, Sir Wm, 56

Wallingford (formerly Berks.), 57
-, honor of, 203

Walter:
-, Eliz., m. —West, 165, 168
-, John, 165, 168
-, Thos, 241

Warborough, 149

Warcupp, Edm., 69

Ward, John, 58, 147

Waring, Elijah, 150, 166, 169, 190, 255

warrens, 176

Warrington, Sophia, 170

wars, 54, 78, 84, 104 n; and see Anarchy; Civil War; Crimean War; First World War; Second World War; Seven Years' War

Warwick, John, 70

Warwick, 14

Warwickshire, 123; and see Birmingham; Coleshill; Compton, Long; Coventry; Warwick

water supply, 175, 198, 233; and see Witney, borough

Watson, John, bp of Winchester, 69

Wawe:
-, John (fl. late 14th cent.), 203
-, John, s. of above, 204
-, fam., 204

Waynflete, Wm, bp of Winchester, 70, 131, 211

weavers and weaving, see cloth and blanket industry

Webley:
-, Thos, 143
-, Wm, 95

Webley, Pritchett &, see Pritchett & Webley

Welch, J. W., 32

welfare workers, 102

Wellow, John of, MP for Witney, 130

Wells:
-, Harriet, 161
-, Wm, 202
-, Mrs, 161

Wells, bp of, see Brihthelm

Wenman:
-, Anne, w. of Ric., 140
-, Cath., w. of Sir Ric., m. 2 Jas Bertie, 3
-,-, Francis Wroughton, 205
-, Christian, w. of Ric., 140
-, Emmot, w. of Hen., m. 2 Thos Fermor, 21, 39, 78, 140, 204
-, Francis (d. 1598), 205, 241
-, Sir Francis (d. 1640), 140, 205
-, Francis (d. 1680), Bt, 205–6
-, Hen., 78, 204
-, Isabel, see Williams
-, Jane, m. Thos Fisher, 200
-, Mary, w. of Francis (d. 1680), 205
-, Phil. (d. 1686), Vct Wenman, 205
-, Phil. (d. 1800), Vct Wenman, 205
-, Ric. (d. 1534), merchant of the Staple, 77–8, 134 n, 140, 198, 200, 204, 206, 212–13
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1572), 204
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1690), Vct Wenman, 205
-, Ric. (d. 1729), 205
-, Sam., 205
-, Sophia, 205
-, Sir Thos (d. 1557), 204, 213
-, Thos (fl. 1574–7), 144, 200
-, Thos (d. 1577, another), 205
-, Thos (d. 1665), Vct Wenman, 205
-, Wm, 140
-, fam., 20–1, 24, 35, 56, 77–9, 82, 134, 139 n, 140–1, 144 n, 194, 199–200, 204–6, 213, 216, 223, 236

Wenman, Baroness, see Wykeham, Sophia

Werge:
-, Anne, see Bew
-, Chas, 39
-, Hen., 36
-, fam., 36, 39

Wesley, John, 51, 55, 145, 151

Wesley Barrell, furniture manuf., 99, 102

Wesleyan Methodists, see Methodists

Wessex Electric Co., 233

West:
-, Eliz., see Walter
-, Nic., rector of Witney and bp of Ely, 135

West London Optical and Tool Co., 100, 102

West Midland Railway, 14

West of England District Joint Industrial Council , 99

West Oxfordshire District, 188, 222, 249
-, Council, 32, 68, 103, 119, 129

West Oxfordshire Technical College (in Witney), 162–4

Westcott Barton, 86

Westell, Dan., 63, 96

Westell and Son, 96

Westlake, Chas, 152

Westminster, see London

Weston:
-, Joyce, 202
-, Phipps, rector of Witney, 50, 135

Weymouth (Dorset), 63

Wharton, Rob., 200

Wheeler, Rog., 87

wheelwrights, 85–6, 102, 153, 155, 220

Whigs, 58, 64, 147

whist drives, 66

whit-tawyers, see leather industry

White:
-, Abigail, see Yate
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Pusey, 109
-, Hen., 109
-, John (d. 1701), 234–5, 253
-, John (d. 1712), 234
-, Sampson, 234
-, Wm, 109
-, fam., 235, 241 n

White Hart Brewery, 94

Whiteoak (Whitewyke or Witty) green (in Crawley and Hailey), 172–4, 177, 178, 179, 183, 226–7, 230, 232–3, 237, 239, 240, 242, 244–5

Whitney (Herefs.), 54 n

Widford, 1

Wiggins, John, 83, 107, 150

Wikeford, Rob. de, rector of Witney and abp of Dublin, 133

Wilberforce, Sam., bp of Oxford, 136, 141, 222, 251

Wilcote, 4, 6, 78 n, 226
-, Shakenoak Roman villa, 1, 2, 6, 227

Wilkes, John, MP, 58

Wilkinson:
-, Geo., architect, 44 n, 51
-, Wm, architect, 27, 44, 48, 50–1, 96, 127, 165, 174, 250, 254

William son of Humphrey, rector of Witney, 133

Williams:
-, Isabel, m. Sir Ric. Wenman, 205
-, Sir John, 182

Wilmot:
-, Christian, w. of Edw., 80 n
-, Edw., 78, 81
-, Leon., 168
-, fam., 79

Wilsden, J.H., 219

Wilsheire, Thos, 168

Wilson:
-, Herb., perp. curate of Hailey, 251
-, Jas, architect, 52

Wiltshire, 53, 59, 78, 80; and see Downton; Malmesbury; Swindon

Winchcombe, John, 78 n

Winchester, bps of, 1, 3, 8, 52, 68–70, 73–8, 103–4, 106–7, 114, 120, 131–3, 176, 183–5, 199–200, 202–3, 207, 218, 237
-, estates of, 53, 57, 69
-,-, estate records, 263
-, liberties of, 111–12, 119–20
-, 'new towns' of, 15
-, and see Aelfwine; Bilson; Blois; Cooper; Edington; Fox; Gardiner, Steph.; Hoadly; Lucy; Morley; Orleton, Adam de; Raleigh; Roches; Sumner; Trelawney; Watson; Waynflete; Woodlock, Hen.; Wykeham, Wm

Winchester, 33, 77
-, cathedral chapter, 68
-, dean of, 131
-, St Cross hosp., 131, 133
-, St Michael's, benefice, 69

windmills, see mills

Windrush, riv., 2, 3, 4, 6, 10, 16, 45, 65, 76 n, 78–9, 108, 171–2, 191, 193–4, 225–6, 245
-, fish stocks, 125
-, fisheries, 185, 247
-, navigation, 14
-, pollution of, 125
-, valley, 1, 2, 226

wine trade, 43, 53, 75–6, 86, 168
-, vintners, 74
-, and see Saltmarsh & Druce

Wisdom, Sim., 231, 252

Withington (Glos.), 90

Witney:
-, Thos of, 33, 74
-, Wm of (fl. 1262), vicar of Witney, 133
-, Wm of (fl. 1272, another), 77

Witney, ancient par., 1, 3, 4, 9, 130, 191
-, bdy, xiv, 2, 3–6, 4, 9, 16, 130, 191–2, 217
-, glebe, 131–2, 162, 168, 195, 218; and see Curbridge; Hailey
-, par. officers, 115–17; and see Crawley; Curbridge; Hailey; Witney, borough
-, rectors, see Witney, borough
-, tithes, 131–2, 146; and see Crawley; Curbridge; Hailey; Witney park
-,-, commutation, 132, 218
-, vestry, 50, 54–6, 96, 112, 114, 115–17, 121–4, 126–8, 136, 146, 187–8, 221–2, 248, 251
-, vicars, see Witney, borough

Witney, Anglo-Saxon estate, see Witney, manor

Witney, borough and town, 1, 3, 5, 8–170, 9, 18, 30–1
-, adv., 131
-, aerodrome, see Witney aerodrome
-, agric., 23, 77, 85, 89, 107–8, 123
-,-, agric. bldgs, 23, 71, 73, 107, 132
-, allotments, 60, 108, 123
-, almshos., 23, 27, 36, 48, 52, 55, 128, 158, 164–5, 166–7, 169–70, 225
-, arms (heraldic), 130
-, as address, 36, 234
-, bailiffs, see Witney, borough: borough officers
-, bands, 59, 63, 65–6
-, 'bishop's palace', see Witney, borough: Mount Ho.
-, Blanket Weavers' Co., see Witney Blanket Weavers' Company
-, borough cts (portmoot and lawday), 10, 21, 23, 50, 53–5, 57, 74, 79, 82, 85, 104, 106, 112–14, 115–16, 120–1, 124, 128, 186, 263
-, borough officers, 112–13, 114–15, 121, 124
-, bailiffs (reeves), 21, 49–52, 54, 56–9, 70, 75, 77 n, 80–1, 83, 85–7, 104, 106, 112–13, 114–15, 116, 119–22, 124, 127–30, 145–7, 164, 166–70
-, chamberlains, 114, 128
-, cloth searchers and sealers, 82, 114, 130
-, leather sealers, 114
-, serjeant, 114, 121, 130
-, town crier, 114, 117, 121
-, wardsmen, 113–14, 121
-, borough property, 113–14, 116, 119, 128–9
-, bdy, xiv, 3, 8–11, 9, 17, 18, 20, 117, 119, 127, 131, 190–1, 214–15, 225–6, 248
-, bridewell, see Witney, borough: prisons
-, bridge, 4, 13, 17, 26, 29
-, burgage plots, 17–20, 73
-, bylaws, 42, 117
-, cemetery, 18, 27, 116–18, 127, 129, 146, 148, 197; and see Witney burial board
-, chant., 19, 53, 132 n, 133, 134–5, 139–40, 155, 165, 167
-, char., 23, 55, 87, 115–18, 121–4, 126, 128–9, 164–70, 190, 219
-, charters and privileges, 15, 53, 74, 111–12
-, ch., 19, 53, 55, 60–4, 67, 130–44, 145–51, 153–5, 160–3, 165, 168, 188, 190–1, 248, 251, 254
-, ch. bldg, 1, 4, 8, 10, 15–16, 33, 51, 55–6, 67, 75, 87, 95, 116, 130, 134–6, 137–43, 138, 141, 160, 204, 222
-, St Luke's hall-church, 137, 222
-, and see Witney, borough: Woodgreen (chapel of Holy Trin.)
-, Church Leys, 18, 28–9, 61, 63, 65–9, 98, 106, 118, 129, 191
-, chwdns, see Witney, borough: par. officers
-, cinemas, 65–6, 68
-, Civil War, qv
-, Clinch's Eagle Brewery, qv
-, clubs and societies, 59, 61–3, 65–8, 91, 123, 126, 129, 137, 166
-, communications, 1, 12–15, 76
-, coaching, 13–14
-, rly, xiv, 3, 12, 14–15, 25, 34, 46, 61, 63, 88–9, 91, 94, 96, 127, 197
-, rly stn, 10, 14–15, 18, 28, 48, 102–3, 191
-, riv. transport, 12, 14, 78, 86
-,-, roads to, 4, 9, 12, 32, 172, 192, 227
-, constables, 59, 114, 120–1, 124
-, cottage yards, 22, 26, 36, 40–1
-, crosses, 20, 49 and n, 55, 66; and see Witney, borough: public bldgs (Butter Cross)
-, curates, 65, 116, 132, 134, 136–7, 160, 251
-, dom. archit., 3, 19–23, 26–9, 32, 33–44, 69–73, 126, 132
-, electricity supply, 29, 43, 118, 127
-, Emma's dyke, 8, 10, 16–17, 18, 191, 193, 214–15
-, fairs, 15, 58–9, 63, 64, 66, 73–5, 78, 103–7, 108, 112, 119
-, feast, 57–8, 63, 64, 66, 68, 105–6, 124, 126, 130 n, 175, 201, 233
-, festivities, 14, 54–6, 58–61, 63, 66, 105–6, 115, 137
-, fields, 8, 107, 190–1, 206
-, fires, 22, 45, 48, 52, 89, 92, 99, 101, 110–11, 128
-, fire-fighting, 32, 50, 116, 118, 125, 127–8
-, First World War, qv
-, gas supply, 29, 43, 50, 52, 95, 118–19, 127
-, gas works, 18, 25, 95, 127
-, gates and bars, 10
-, glebe, see Witney, ancient par.
-, guild, medieval, 53, 129, 134
-, Gunn's Hole, 16, 20, 21 n, 125
-, Hailey Fields, see Hailey
-, hosp., 32, 118, 126
-, immigration, 11–12, 30, 60, 67, 73, 78, 100
-, foreign traders, 75
-, industry, see Witney, borough: trade
-, inns and alehos, 21, 24–5, 36–8, 41, 59, 62, 66–7, 86, 93–4, 113, 116, 120, 137, 187, 233
-, Crown Inn (later Hotel), 24, 32, 35, 65
-, King's Head, 14, 24
-, Lamb (formerly Bear), 22, 24–5, 93, 116
-, Marlborough Arms or Hotel (formerly Blue Boar), 23–6, 33, 59, 115, 154, 187
-, Salutation, 24
-, Staple Hall, 14, 18, 24–5, 49, 58–9, 62, 83, 86, 113 n, 116, 126, 147–8
-, White Hart, 14, 24–5, 35, 56–7, 59, 86, 113 n, 135
-, Langel common (formerly extraparochial), 5, 8, 9, 10, 63, 124
-, libr. and reading rooms, 32, 62, 65, 67, 118, 150, 157, 164
-, local board, 26, 42, 63–4, 107, 117–18, 124–8, 130
-, officers, 118, 124
-, lunatic asylum, 96, 126
-, MPs, 53, 130
-, mkt, 3, 13, 32, 53–4, 59, 73–5, 77–8, 103–7, 104, 108, 112
-, clerks of, 106–7, 114, 117, 119
-, mkt ho., see Witney, borough: public bldgs (Butter Cross)
-, mkt places, 10, 17, 19–23, 25, 32, 50, 105–6, 120, 124 n, 151
-, regulation, 106–7, 113–14, 117
-, mayor, 119, 130
-, mills and factories, qv
-, Mount Ho. (man. ho., site of 'bp's palace'), 18, 10, 23, 27, 43–4, 55, 67, 70–3, 161, 187, 191, 207, 218
-, medieval man. ho., 1, 3, 4, 8, 15–17, 21, 23, 33, 37, 53–5, 57, 69–73, 70, 72, 74, 104, 106–7, 111, 124, 130, 186–7, 190–1, 195, 197, 207–8, 211, 213–15
-, museums, 49, 62, 68
-, Newland (formerly in Cogges), 9, 10, 13–14, 17, 18, 19, 25, 27–8, 32, 40–1, 52, 61, 65, 73, 93–5, 99, 128–9, 152–3, 158, 165–7, 169–70, 227
-, Newland Ho., 43
-, Newland Mill and wareho., 45, 47–8, 89, 101
-, newspapers, 61, 93
-, nonconf., 3, 27, 51–2, 55, 57–8, 60–2, 64–5, 116–17, 126–7, 135–7, 145–54, 155–63, 189, 253
-, par. officers, 115–17, 121
-, chwdns, 41, 55, 106, 115, 116, 118, 121–3, 127–8, 134, 143, 149, 155, 166–70, 248
-, overseers, 51, 114–18, 121–3, 126, 128, 146, 166, 168
-, parl. rep., 112, 130
-, place name, 8
-, policing, 50, 59, 61, 113–16, 119–21
-, police stns, 18, 27, 32, 50, 120–1
-, politics, 57–8, 64–5, 68, 117
-, poor relief, 55, 64–5, 78, 113, 115–16, 121–4, 166, 221
-, pop., 3, 8, 11–12, 17, 20–1, 28, 73, 75, 77–8, 91, 97, 102
-, postal service, 13–14, 32, 97
-, prisons and lock-ups, 50, 117, 120–1
-, bridewell, 84, 120, 149
-, public bldgs, 48–51, 68 and n, 129
-, Blanket Hall, 3, 18, 23, 33 n, 48, 56, 59, 61–2, 83, 94, 117, 154, 166
-, Butter Cross (mkt ho.), 20, 22, 25, 49–50, 55, 59–60, 104, 106, 115, 119, 127, 129, 167–8
-, Corn Exchange, 18, 27, 32, 35, 48–9, 50, 61–2, 64–8, 106, 108, 117–19, 126, 128–9, 154, 167
-, Corn Returns Office, 27, 33, 34, 35, 48–9
-, County Court, 18, 27, 49, 121
-, Langdale Hall (Drill Hall), 49, 67–8, 119, 129
-, police stns, see Witney, borough: policing
-, town (guild) hall, 3, 17, 22–3, 25, 49, 50–1, 54, 57, 59, 61–2, 65–6, 106, 113–16, 118–21, 128–30, 164, 166–7, 187
-, public health, 23, 26, 41–2, 64, 113–15, 117–19, 123, 124–8, 137
-, pest ho., see Hailey
-, Puritanism, qv
-, races, see Curbridge: Curbridge down
-, rly, see Witney, borough: communications
-, recreation grounds, 28, 32, 63, 65–6, 68, 118–19, 129
-, rectors, 23, 28, 36, 50, 57, 60–3, 69 n, 115, 123, 126–7, 131, 132–7, 139–42, 144–6, 154–5, 158, 160–1, 166, 168–70, 188, 190, 203, 218, 222–4, 249–50
-, rectory ho., 10, 17, 18, 23, 32, 36, 132, 133, 135, 190–1, 195
-, roads to, see Witney, borough: communications
-, Rom. Cath., 52, 64, 144–5, 146, 154, 161–3
-, royal visits, 24, 53, 60, 70, 74
-, sch., 3, 11, 18, 27, 52, 55, 60–2, 64–6, 68, 132, 134, 136, 140–1, 144–6, 148–9, 151–4, 155–64, 166, 254–5
-, grammar sch. (later Henry Box Sch.), 3, 18, 23, 36, 49–50, 55, 57, 66–7, 132, 143, 155, 156–8, 156, 159–63, 166
-, Holloway's (Bluecoat) sch., 55, 155–7, 158–9, 161, 166
-, seals and insignia, 53, 112, 115, 119, 129–30, 129, 134
-, Second World War, qv
-, settlement and growth, 1, 3, 5, 8–11, 15–33
-, Anglo-Saxon, 1, 5, 8, 15–17
-, medieval, 1, 10, 17–20, 73
-, prehist., 8
-, Roman, 8
-, suburban, 3, 8, 9, 10–11, 21–2, 28, 29, 30, 32, 43–4, 67–8, 103, 119, 191, 194, 197–8, 219, 226, 232
-, shambles, 20, 22–3, 27, 70, 74, 106–7, 116, 215
-, social life, 53–68
-, stocks, pillory, and tumbrel, 20, 120
-, street cleansing and lighting, 21, 23, 26, 70, 106, 117–19, 124, 127
-, streets etc.:
-, Bridge St., 6–7, 10, 12–13, 17, 18, 19–20, 25, 27, 30, 32, 34, 36, 43–4, 49, 73, 94, 96, 113, 121, 155, 160; and see Bridge Street Mills
-, Church Green, 8, 12, 16–17, 18, 19–25, 22, 24, 27, 28, 31, 32–7, 39, 43–4, 49–50, 55, 62–3, 64, 66–7, 72, 94, 105–7, 113, 116–17, 119–21, 124–5, 128–9, 132, 134, 142, 144, 148, 154–6, 160–5, 167–8, 225, 263
-, Corn (formerly Crundell) St., 8, 10, 12–13, 15–17, 18, 19–23, 24–6, 28–9, 31, 32–3, 34, 36–8, 40–2, 45, 47, 51–2, 66, 74, 84, 87, 89–91, 94, 96, 99, 105–6, 108, 113, 116, 122–4, 128–9, 131, 134, 145, 152–4, 160–1, 164–5, 167–9, 185, 190–3, 220
-, The Crofts, 10, 19, 28, 31, 43, 44, 124, 126–7, 169, 191, 197
-, Crown Lane, 12, 15, 16 n, 17, 18
-, Gloucester Place, 26, 28, 42, 44, 99, 127
-, High St., 10, 14, 17, 18, 19–28, 31, 32–6, 40–1, 44, 47–8, 51–2, 65–6, 68, 83, 87, 91, 93–6, 99–100, 113, 117, 120, 122, 124–9, 145, 147, 148, 151–4, 158–9, 161, 165, 167–8
-, Highworth Place, 28, 44
-, Lowell Place, 18, 26, 40–2, 124–7, 137, 146, 152–4
-, Market Sq., 17, 20–4, 26–7, 32–3, 36–7, 43–4, 50, 62, 65–6, 93, 95–6, 120, 129, 164
-, Mill St. (formerly Lane), 13, 18, 21, 25, 32, 34, 40, 43, 46–7, 67, 126, 192, 221
-, Newland, see Witney, borough: Newland
-, Puck Lane, 10, 13, 15, 17, 18, 19, 227
-, Tower (Razor, Union) Hill, 10, 12, 18, 26 and n, 51, 66, 94, 124–5, 127, 144, 153, 192, 197, 199, 221
-, Welch Way, 32–3, 50, 52, 67, 121, 126, 128, 148
-, West End, 10–14, 18, 19–20, 22, 25, 36–7, 40, 44, 45, 52, 66, 86–7, 89 n, 90–1, 100–1, 113, 118–19, 122, 124, 127–9, 144, 153–5, 161, 163, 225–8, 230, 232–3, 237, 239, 244–5, 249, 251
-, suburban devpt, see Witney, borough: settlement
-, team ministry, 131, 137, 222, 249–51
-, Temperance, qv
-, theatres and plays, 54, 57, 59, 134–5
-, tithes, see Witney, ancient par.
-, tolls, 19, 53, 69, 74–5, 103–4, 106–7, 112, 117, 119, 124
-, tourism, 68
-, town council (from 1974), 32, 49, 107, 117, 119, 129–30, 142, 263
-, town feoffees, 51, 83, 85, 122, 124, 128–9, 164, 165–6, 168–9
-, town hall, see Witney, borough: public bldgs
-, trade and ind., 3, 8, 12–13, 19–20, 28, 37–8, 53–5, 58, 67, 73–103, 104
-, shops, 20, 22, 27, 32, 33, 38, 44, 87, 103, 106
-, trade tokens, 77, 80, 86–7
-, and see under particular trades
-, urban district council, 28–30, 32, 44, 49, 64–5, 67–8, 100, 107, 115, 117, 118–19, 124–30, 143, 167, 248–9
-, officers, 42, 44, 117
-, vestry, see Witney, ancient par.
-, vicars, 55, 115, 131–2, 133–4, 165, 167
-, vicarage ho., 21, 131, 132
-, wards, 113, 119
-, water supply and drainage, 16, 20–1, 23, 26, 29, 41, 43, 64–5, 117–19, 124–6, 129
-, water tower, 26, 125, 192
-, waterworks, see Minster Lovell: Worsham waterworks
-, weights and measures, 106, 113, 121
-, Woodgreen (formerly in Hailey), 4, 6, 10–12, 14, 18, 67, 86, 119, 121–2, 151, 153–4, 225–6, 228, 237, 239, 244, 249
-,-, as common pasture, 20, 230, 240, 242
-, chapel of Holy Trinity, 18, 27, 51, 116, 131, 136–7, 143, 144, 160–1, 249, 251
-, recreation ground, 248–9
-,-, settlement and bldgs, 10, 20–3, 25, 29, 40–5, 52, 91, 94, 107, 145, 149, 155, 159, 162, 189, 230, 232–3, 245, 253 sports at, 59, 63, 121
-, workers' excursions, 63, 65, 137
-, workho. (poorho.), 36, 51, 116, 122–4, 128, 150, 155, 164 n, 221; and see Witney, poor law union

Witney, manor and Anglo-Saxon estate, 1, 2, 4, 8, 12, 68–9, 130, 176, 202–4, 222, 234, 236
-, bdy, 3–6, 4, 16, 171, 191, 217, 225, 229
-, cts, 10, 20–1, 37, 57–9, 68–71, 75, 85, 106–7, 111–13, 128, 181, 186–7, 216, 221, 241, 248, 263
-, tourn, lawday, or view of frankpledge, 111–12, 186–7, 221, 248
-, demesne, 3, 17, 53, 72, 74–7, 107, 109, 111, 180, 182, 190–1, 195–6, 204, 206, 207–11, 212, 214–15, 220, 236, 238
-, arable, 207–8
-, labour services, 180–1, 209–11, 240
-, lessees, 21, 53–4, 70, 77, 107, 111, 182, 211, 213
-, stock, 208–11
-, and see Witney park
-, liberties within, 111–12, 119–20, 182
-, lds and lessees, 16 n, 53, 57–8, 68–9, 79, 107, 131, 196, 200, 202, 214
-, man. ho., see Witney, borough: Mount Ho.
-, man. officers, 53, 70–1, 74, 77, 107, 187, 207, 209–10
-,-, gamekeepers, 183
-, steward or bailiff, 53, 55, 63, 70, 88, 96, 111, 113–14, 187, 200
-, woodwards, foresters, and rangers, 176, 179, 182, 187
-, and see Witney park: kpr
-, tenants and resources, medieval, 108–9, 177, 179–80, 194, 210, 238, 240
-, value, 107, 210

Witney, parl. constituency, 130

Witney, poor law union, 124, 188, 222, 249
-, board of guardians, 116, 124–5, 248
-, chaplain to, 251
-, workho., 18, 27, 44 n, 51, 66, 68, 94, 100, 124, 144, 192, 197, 220, 222

Witney aerodrome, 9, 29–30, 32, 66–7, 100, 144, 197–8, 219

Witney and Bampton Conservative Association, 64

Witney & Oxford Aero Club Ltd, 29, 66

Witney Athenaeum, 62

Witney Bank, 88

Witney Benevolent Society, 62

Witney burial board, 96, 117–18, 127, 130 n

Witney Blanket Company, mail-order suppliers, 29, 91, 98, 99, 101

Witney Blanket Weavers' Company, 23, 48, 55, 56, 58–60, 62, 82–3, 84, 89–90, 112
-, annual feast, 56, 59
-, Blanket Hall, see Witney, borough: public bldgs
-, officers, 82–3, 88, 150
-, seal, 83, 130

Witney chamber of trade and commerce, 97, 103

Witney Coffee Tavern Co., 61
-, coffee tavern, 27, 36 n, 61–2

Witney Corn Exchange Co., 48, 129; and see Witney, borough: public bldgs (Corn Exchange)

Witney Electric Supply Co., 127

Witney feast, see Witney, borough: feast

Witney Food Factory (formerly Brazil's), 103

Witney Gas (later Gas and Coke) Co., 127

Witney Lakes and Meadows Country Park, 119, 129

Witney local board, see Witney, borough: local board

Witney (or Woodford) Mills (formerly in Curbridge), 3, 10, 18, 25, 29, 32, 43, 45–7, 46–7, 48, 76, 91–2, 94, 97–8, 101, 108–10, 111, 130, 162, 185, 190–1, 195, 197, 213, 220, 246 n

Witney Mills Cricket Club, 65, 68

Witney Mills Housing Society, 28, 44, 65, 99

Witney park (in Curbridge), 3, 12, 30, 53, 191–3, 199–201, 204, 206–8, 210–11, 213–14, 214–15, 218
-, as address, 57, 144, 213
-, bdy, 192–3, 199–200, 214–15
-, fishponds, 71, 199–201, 214–15
-, hunting in, 182, 200, 208
-, inc., 200
-, kpr, 199, 210
-, lodge, 200–1, 214
-,-, Park fm, 214–15, 217–20
-, Park Fmho., 10, 30, 37, 69, 195, 197, 200–1, 214, 214–15, 218
-, tithes from, 131, 200, 218

Witney Railway Co., 14; and see Witney, borough: communications (rly)

Witney Rural District, 188, 222
-, Council, 118, 126, 128, 198, 248

Witney Town Football Club (later Witney Utd), 63, 68

Witney Urban District Council, see Witney, borough: urban district council

Witney Urban Sanitary District, 41, 118, 126
-, medical officer of health, 42, 118–19, 126

Witney Volunteer Corps, 66

Witts:
-, Edw. (d. 1754), 87, 111
-, Edw., s. of above, 111
-, fam., 147

Witty green, see Whiteoak green

woad, see cloth and blanket industry: dyers

Wodelock, see Woodlock

Wolsey, Thos, cardinal, 135

Wolvesey (Hants), 77, 208, 210
-, constable of, 112 n

Women's Institute, 66

Wood Street or Lane, 4, 5, 192, 226

Woodbridge, John, 216

Woodford Mills, see Witney Mills

Woodgreen (formerly in Hailey), see Witney, borough

woodland, 1, 3, 4, 5, 166
-, assarting, qv
-, 'hedge acre' in, qv
-, hunting in, 5, 53, 179, 182–3, 200, 237
-, management, 179, 182–3, 237, 243–4
-, pasture rights in, 173, 179, 183–4, 200, 237, 240
-, and see Crawley; Curbridge; Hailey; Wychwood Forest

Woodlock (Wodelock):
-, Hen., bp of Winchester, 131
-, Wal., 176

Woodstock, John of, 202, 210

Woodstock, 53–4, 73–5, 87, 94–5, 107, 157, 253
-, as address, 142–3
-, Blenheim Palace, 50, 58; and see Blenheim estate
-, ch., 142
-, roads to, 12–13, 227
-, town hall, 50

Woodville, Lionel, rector of Witney and bp of Salisbury, 133

Wool Industries Training Board, 164

wool trade, 11, 75, 77–9, 81, 87, 105, 203, 210
-, wool hos. and warehos., 44, 77–82
-, wool merchants, staplers, and woolmen, 3, 13, 40, 44, 49, 74–8, 81, 86, 93–4, 97, 107, 111, 114, 135, 140, 157, 197–8, 204, 212, 234; and see Fermor, Thos; Wenman, Emmot and Ric. (d. 1534)
-, wool tithe, 82
-, and see cloth and blanket industry: wool supply; stock breeding: sheep

Wootton, 84

Worcester, 14, 220

Worcestershire, 81; and see Feckenham; Worcester

Workers' Union, 65

Worsham, see Asthall

Worsham waterworks, see Minster Lovell

Wright:
-, Edm., 89, 246
-, John (d. c. 1795), 236
-, John (fl. 1860), 158
-, Rob., see Plowman
-, Thos, 218
-, Wm, 255
-, fam., 195, 202, 216, 218, 236, 255

writs, return of, 111–12, 114, 119

Wroughton:
-, Cath., see Wenman
-, Francis, 205

Wychwood (formerly Glenny) Brewery, 103

Wychwood Forest, 1, 53, 180, 182, 199, 263
-, bdy, 6–7, 225, 237
-, disafforestation, 1, 63, 171, 183, 242
-, Forest fair, 59, 64, 105
-, Forester's regard, 182, 237
-, pasture rights in, 179, 183
-, purlieus, 1, 6, 171, 182–3
-, ranger, 70
-, Whitsuntide hunt in, 54 n, 59, 61, 63, 175

Wykeham:
-, Nic. of, rector of Witney, 133
-, Sophia, Baroness Wenman, 205, 236
-, Wm of (d. 1404), bp of Winchester, 133
-, Wm (d. 1800), 205

Y.

YMCA, 62

yardlands, size of, 177, 238

Yarnton, 14

Yate:
-, Abigail, m. John White, 234–5
-, Ant., 39, 80
-, John, 234
-, Leon. (d. 1554), 80, 111, 165, 167
-, Leon. (d. 1602), 241
-, Rob., 230, 234–5, 242
-, Thos, 167
-, fam., 20–1, 24, 79–80, 81 n, 115, 234–5, 242

Yatt, New (in Hailey and North Leigh), 1, 6, 225–33, 235–6, 239, 242–5, 249
-, dom. archit., 231–2, 236
-, est., 235–6
-, farms, 242–3
-, inns, 233
-, nonconf., 232, 254
-, pop., 228, 230
-, roads to, 227
-, settlement, 227, 229–30, 232
-, trade and ind., 244–5

York, 159

Yorkshire, 80, 89–91, 99; and see Dewsbury; Halifax; Mirfield; York

Young:
-, Art., agriculturalist, 13, 83–4, 90, 122
-, Dan., 25, 96
-, John, 87
-, Thos, 87

Young, Daniel, Ltd, 25, 46, 96, 99, 263



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