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Note. An italic page-number denotes an illustration on that page or facing it. The pages containing the substantive history of a parish or hundred are indicated by bold-face type.

Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may require elucidation: abp., archbishop; adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; archd., archdeacon; Art., Arthur; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; br., bridge; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; ch., church(es); ch. ho., church house; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charity(ies); Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; cncl., council; ctss., countess; ct(s)., court(s); d., died; da., daughter; Dan., Daniel; dchss., duchess; dom. archit., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; hosp., hospital; ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; La., Lane; m., married; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; mkt., market; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; Phil., Philip; pop., population; Revd., the Reverend; Ric., Richard; rly., railway; Rob., Robert; Rom. rem., Roman remains; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sim., Simon; Thos., Thomas; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

A.

Abbot, Ric., rector of Misterton, 67

Abdick and Bulstone, hund., 156

Abindon:
-, Maud, see Cantebrigg
-, Rob. de, 183–4

Abraham:
-, Joan, 55
-, Ric., rector of Chaffcombe, 127
-, Sam., 55
-, Susannah, w. of Sam., m. (2) Hen. Fry, 55
-, Wm., 55

Adams:
-, Hen., 138
-, Rob. Patten, 84
-, fam., 97, 138–9

Adolphy, Fred., 197

Aelfstan of Boscombe, 41

agriculture, see common; crop rotation; crops; customary works; dairying; demesnes; grazing; heathland; inclosure; intercommoning; milk; perambulation; planting; produce; sheep; stock; water meadows; woodland; wool

Ailesbury, earl of, see Bruce

Albin:
-, John, 136
-, fam., 136

Aldham:
-, John de, 224
-, Ralph, 224 n
-, Sibyl, see Oliver

Alexander, John, 73

Aleyn (Alyn):
-, John (fl. 1340), 70
-, John (fl. 1544), 236
-, and see Allen

Alford:
-, Edw., 159
-, Sarah, 159
-, Revd. Thos., 157
-, fam., 160

Alfred, king, 10

Algar, 212

Alice of the mills, 23

All Souls Coll., Oxford, 185, 194

Allen:
-, F. E., curate of Knowle St. Giles, 162
-, J. M., architect, 30, 32–3, 120, 128, 191
-, J. T. W., curate of Knowle St. Giles, 162
-, John, curate of Knowle St. Giles, 162
-, and see Aleyn

Aller, 109; and see Beer

Allowenshay (in Kingstone), 147, 149, 202

Almereio, Wm. de, 157, 159

alms-houses, see Crewkerne; Hinton St. George; Ilton; Shepton Beauchamp; Whitestaunton

Alva, duke of, 146

Alviet the priest, 179, 191

Alvric, 157

Alward, 152, 165, 177, 232

Alwin, 199

Alyn, see Aleyn; Allen

America, 216; and see United States

Amesbury (Wilts.), 70

Anabaptists, 61, 106–7, 120, 128, 170, 192, 195

anchoress, 32–3

Andrews, alias Fry, John, 159

Anne, queen, 69

Ansger the cook, 180

Anstice, Edm., 197

Anston, Wm., 22

Anthony, Eliz., 51 n

Apley, Thos., 189

architects, see Allen; Benson; Bond; Blomfield; Brettingham; Carver; Cooper; Davis; Drew; Felton; Ferrey; Forbes; George; Giles; Grayson; Hicks and Isaacs; Kempthorne; Kemshead; Patch; Sedding; Soane; Street; Tate; Vialls; Vulliamy; Wilson; Wyatt; Wyatville

Arden, Thos., 167

Arminians, 108

Arthur, Prince of Wales, 10

Arundel (Arundell):
-, Alex., 12
-, Sir Edm., 90
-, Eliz., m. (2) Sir John de Meriet, 90
-, John, 12
-, Sir John, and his w. Maud, 12
-, Rog., 142
-, Sybil, see Montacute
-, Sir Thos., 114
-, and see Arundell

Arundel, earl of, see Fitzalan

Arundell:
-, Chas. (fl. 1579), 179
-, Sir Chas. (d. 1587), 176
-, Hen., Ld. Arundell (fl. 1660), 176
-, Hen., Ld. Arundell (d. 1808), 176
-, Marg., 176
-, Sir Mat., 176
-, Sir Thos., 176
-, Thos., Ld. Arundell (d. 1639), 176
-, Thos., Ld. Arundell (d. 1643), 176
-, fam., 185

Arussir, see Wigborough

Asch, Pauline, see Boulogne; and see Ashe; Ayshe

Ash (Esse, in Martock), 78, 81, 83–4, 89–90, 92, 95, 97, 102, 104, 106, 108, 182
-, agric., 95
-, Ash Boulogne, 89, 95, 100–1
-, ct., 89, 101
-, man., 88–9
-, As⋅hepyk, man., 89
-, chap., 106
-, ch., 106
-, fields, 81, 95
-, inc., 81, 95
-, inn, 83
-, man., 81, 96
-, Maynes (Ashmaynes), 81
-, Pykesash, 81, 95, 104
-,-, man., 89, 97, 101 man.-ho., 89
-, sch., 106, 109
-, tithing, 76, 78–9, 81, 95, 106
-, vicarage, 106

Ashcombe:
-, Alex. of, 71
-, Alice of, m. Warresius son of Reynold, 71
-, Ric. of, 71
-, Warresius of, see Reynold

Ashcombe (in Wayford), 19, 29, 68–9, 71–2, 74–5
-, man., 71
-, tithing, 73

Ashe (Ash, Asshe):
-, Faithful, vicar of Misterton, 67
-, John de, 14–15; and see Henley, John de
-, Rob., 216
-, Rob. Hoadley, incumbent of Crewkerne and Misterton, 30, 35, 67
-, Wm., 58
-, Wm. (another), 65
-, fam., 65
-, and see Ayshe

Ashe (in Musbury, Devon), 182

Ashill, 153, 157, 181, 199, 204
-, and see Jordans

Ashland, see Asshelond

Ashprington (Devon), 136

Ashton (Asshetone):
-, John de, 12 n
-, Rob., 86
-, Sir Wm., 86
-, Wm. (d. 1651), 86
-, Wm. (fl. 1701), 86
-, and see Asshelond

Ashton, Long, 192
-, Ashton Court, 42

Ashton Keynes (Wilts.), 135

Aske (Yorks. N.R.), 67

Askerswell (Dors.), 143

Asshelond (Ashland):
-, Alice, 12
-, Geof. de, 12
-, Ives, 12
-, John de, 12 n
-, Thos. (fl. 1295), 12
-, Thos. (fl. 14th cent.), 12
-, Wm. de, 12, 214
-, fam., 34, 56, 215

Asshetone, see Ashton

assizes of bread and ale, 2, 26, 58

Athelney, abbey, 201–2
-, abbot, 111 n, 201

Atherstone (in Ilminster), 182

Atkins:
-, Abraham, 213
-, Alex., vicar of Merriott, 60–1
-, Hugh, rector of Eastham, 34
-, John, 108
-, Thos., 139

Attemede, John, rector of Seavington St. Michael, 209

Audley:
-, Edm., bp. of Rochester, 142
-, Hugh de, earl of Gloucester, 152

Aumale:
-, Eliz. de, m. (1) Sir John Mautravers, (2) Sir Humph. Stafford (d. 1442), 54, 90
-, Marg. de, m. Sir Wm. Bonville, 54, 90
-, Sibyl de, 244
-, Sir Wm. de, 90

Aumale, counts of, 199
-, ctss. of, see Forz

Austell, Thos., rector of Dowlish Wake, 155

Austen:
-, Sir Edw., 114
-, Jane, see Strode
-, Rob., 114
-, Rob., bell-founder, 105

Avenel:
-, Emme, m., Jordan de Lisle, 122–3
-, Marg., m. (1) Warin de Noneton, (2) Philip de Cauntelo, 122
-, Oliver, 122, 124 n, 157, 159
-, fam., 125

Awanbruth, see Wambrook

Axe, riv., 1, 4, 7, 23–4, 68–9, 71–3

Axminster (Devon), 134

Aylesbeare (Devon), 114

Aylworth, John, 165

Ayshe (Aysshe):
-, Eliz., m. (1) Sam. Cabell, (2) Ric. Fownes, 179, 189
-, Jas. (fl. 1566), 166, 179, 189, 218
-, Jas. (fl. 1582), 179
-, Jas. (d. 1614), 179
-, Jas. (d. 1626), 179
-, Jas. (fl. 1679), 179
-, Wm. (d. 1617), 179
-, Wm. (d. 1657), 179, 185
-, Mrs., 185
-, fam., 185–6, 189

B.

Baa, Thos. and Parnell de, 25; and see Bath

Babcary, rector of, see Gaylard

Backaller, Hen., rector of Wambrook, 229

Backwell, 60, 122

Bacon, Mrs. Mary, 182

Baconnean, Nic., 16

Badmondesfield (in Wickhambrook, Suff.), 16

Bagge, Jas., 58

Bainrafe, see Farnaby

Baker:
-, Edm., 156
-, H. L. P., 70
-, L. I., 70
-, Thos., 206

Bale, John, 159

Ballowe, Dan., curate of Crewkerne, 30

Bandfield:
-, John, 189
-, Jos., 189

Bankes, Hen., vicar of South Petherton, 192

Bannebury:
-, Mary, see Filoll
-, Ric., 224

Baptists, 10, 35–6, 61, 67–8, 107, 170, 230, 238

Barker:
-, Francis, 86
-, Jos., rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 218 n, 219
-, Ralph, treasurer of Wells, 86, 103
-, Rob. (fl. 1701), 86
-, Rob. (fl. 1726), 86

Barnevill:
-, Ralph de, 41
-, Rob. de, 41, 44, 48

Barre:
-, Avice de la, 23
-, Wal. atte, 14 n

Barret, Edw., rector of Dinnington and Seavington St. Michael, 150, 209

Barrington, 85, 107, 111–12, 113–21, 132, 176, 185, 189, 193, 202, 205, 212
-, adv., 118
-, Barrington Court, 113–17,144, 209
-, canal, 113–14, 117
-, char., 121
-, ch., 113, 116, 118–20, 161, 183
-, plan, 119
-, cts., 113, 116–18
-, curates, 118–19; and see Combe; Crane; Hamlet; Lethbridge; Meacham; Mere; Smythe; Southeye; Stevenson; Tyce; Vaigge
-, dom. archit., 113, 115
-, factory, 117
-, fms., 115, 117
-, fields, 113, 117–18
-, friendly soc., 113
-, glebe, 119
-, inc., 116–17
-, inns, 113–14
-, Little Puckington, 113
-, man., 114–16, 120
-, man.-ho., 113–17, 177
-, mills, 117
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 114
-, Nidons, Knighton, 113
-, nonconf., 120
-, par. officers, 118
-, park, 114–16
-, poor-relief, 118
-, poorho., 118
-, pop., 114
-, rectors, 118
-, rectory, 116, 118
-, Rom. Cath., 120
-, sch., 118, 120–1
-, tithes, 116–18
-, vicar, 121, 218
-, Westport, 113–14, 117
-, wharves, 117

Bartlett:
-, John, 25
-, Rob., 166
-, Theo., 100 n
-, fam., 166

Barton St. David, 145

Basildon (Berks.), 89

Basset Down (in Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts.), 135

Basshe, Edw., 165

Bath:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. de Weylond, 181
-, Osbert of (fl. 1232), 181
-, Osbert of (d. 1296), 181
-, Reynold of (fl. 1212), 181
-, Reynold of (d. 1254–5), 181
-, and see Baa

Bath, 27, 55, 104, 190, 221
-, archd. of, see Powell
-, bp. of, 86, 102, 118–19; and see Jocelin
-, earl of, see Bourgchier
-, prior of, 135
-, priory of, 135

Bath and Wells:
-, bp. of, 30, 34, 48, 73–4, 103, 127, 132, 139, 142, 145, 154, 162, 219, 228; and see Burnell; Harewell; Kidder; Montague; Piers; Stafford
-, diocese of, 228

Bathealton, 74

Batten, John, 89, 177

Battiscombe:
-, Peter, 15
-, Revd. Ric., 15
-, Rob., 15
-, Rob. Chas., 15

Battlesden (Beds.), 74

Bayley (Baily, Baylie, Bayly):
-, John, 33
-, Ric., rector of Misterton, 67
-, Thos., bell-founder, 32, 50, 170
-, Zachary, 85, 93
-, —, 86
-, fam., 47

Bayley, Street, & Co., bell-founders, 50

Baynton (Oxon.), 144

beacon, 33

Beagley, Thos., 46, 52

Beaminster (Dors.), 24
-, (and Redborne), hund. 111, 222
-, Meerhay, 25

Bean:
-, Charlotte, m. Edw. (Whitley) Rodbard, 54
-, Mary, see Rodbard
-, Reg. Hen., see Rodbard
-, Silvester Prior, 54

bear-baiting, 60

Beard (Bearde, Berd, Berde):
-, John, and his w., 16
-, Rob., curate of Misterton, 67
-, Rog., 37
-, Sam., 12

Beauchamp:
-, Alice, w. of John (d. 1361), m. (2) Sir Mat. Gournay, 217
-, Anne, m. Ric. Neville, earl of Warwick, 148
-, Cecily, w. of John (d. 1283), 224
-, Cecily, m. (1) Rog. Seymour, (2) — Turberville, 212–13, 217
-, Eliz., see Streche
-, Hen., duke of Warwick, 148
-, Hugh de, 123, 157
-, Humph. de, 224
-, Idony, see Lisle
-, Isabel, see Despenser
-, John de, Ld. Beauchamp (d. 1283), 224
-, John de, Ld. Beauchamp (d. 1336), 212–13
-, John de (d. 1361), 212, 217
-, John de, and his w. Joan, 161
-, John de (fl. late 14th cent.), 123
-, John de (fl. 1420), 123
-, Ric., earl of Warwick, 148
-, Rob. de (fl. 1092–1113), 212
-, Sir Rob. de (fl. 1150–81), 212
-, Rob. de (fl. 1260), 216
-, Sibyl, see Oliver
-, Thos., 201, 224
-, Wm. (d. 1419–20), 123, 217
-, —, m. Nic. Buller, 123
-, fam., 125, 148, 212

Beaufort:
-, Edm., marquess of Dorset, duke of Somerset, 91
-, Hen., earl and duke of Somerset, 85, 91
-, John, earl of Somerset (d. 1410), 85
-, John, duke of Somerset (d. 1444), 85
-, Marg., ctss. of Richmond, 85–6

Beaupyne, Thos., 91

Beavis:
-, John (d. c. 1791), 225, 227
-, John (d. 1809), 225
-, John (d. 1840), 225
-, fam., 227

Beck:
-, Ric., 40
-, fam., 149

Bedfordshire, see Battlesden; Potsgrove

Beer (in Aller), 179

Bel:
-, Adam le (late 12th cent.), 181
-, Adam le (fl. 1256), and his s. Adam, 181
-, Isabel, m. Reynold Funtaynes, 181
-, Rob. le (fl. 1223), 181
-, Rob. le (d. 1256), 181

bell-founders, see Austen; Bayley; Bayley, Street, & Co.; Bilbie; Davis; Jefferies; Kingston; Knight; Llewellins and James; Mears and Stainbank; Pike; Purdue; Taylor; W. S.; Warner; Wiseman; Wroth

bell-foundries, see Bristol; Exeter; Salisbury

Belleroche, ctss. de, 84

Beltes, Wm., 91

Bennett:
-, Edw., minister of South Petherton, 192, 195–6
-, Israel, 161 n

Benson, Chas., architect, 17, 23

Bere, Edw., assistant curate of Cudworth, 146

Bere (in Wayford), 29, 68–9, 72–4
-, cts., 73
-, man., 70–2
-, man.-ho., 71

Bere, see Dowlish Wake

Berengaria, queen, 84

Bergen (Norway), 152

Berkeley:
-, Wm. (fl. 1479), 177
-, Wm., see Portman

Berkshire, see Basildon; Cumnor; Hampstead Marshall; Mackney; Newbury; Windsor

Bernard, John, 70

Bernardini:
-, Peter, 60
-, Phil., rector of Merriott, 60

Bernyll, Rob. de, 236

Berry Pomeroy (Devon), 201

Best:
-, Chas., 216
-, fam., 216

Bettiscombe (in Charmouth, Dors.), 70, 74, 228

Bevyn:
-, John (fl. 1484), 54 n
-, John (? 16th cent.), 55

Bewley, Mrs. M. G., 73

Bible Christians, 35, 50, 67, 120, 128, 133, 147, 151, 156, 196, 204, 210, 230

Bickenhall, 14, 133

Bicknell:
-, Art., 116
-, Ric., 52
-, Wm., 116
-, Farmer, 116
-, fam., 116

Bicknoller, Thorncombe in, q.v.

Bicton (Devon), 114

Biddell, Thos., 16

Bidik, Maud, m. Stephen Preston, 135, 139

Bigod:
-, Maud, see Marshal
-, Rog., earl of Norfolk, Earl Marshal, 41, 44

Bilbie:
-, Thos., bell-founder, 61, 120, 133, 194, 220
-, Wm., bell-founder, 194

Billing:
-, J.P., curate of Chillington, incumbent of the Seavingtons, 132, 209
-, Jos., 197
-, Rob. Phelps, curate of Lopen, 169, 197
-, Wm., 58

Binegar, 166, 219

Bird, Rob., 21, 28, 38

bird-netting, 93

Bishops Hull, 114

Bisse, Geo., minister, 107

Blackaller, John, 161

Blackdown (in Broadwindsor, Dors.), 70

Blagdon (Devon), 237

Blake:
-, Florence, 191
-, Rob., 53, 188
-, W.S., 189
-, Wm., 188–9, 191
-, fam., 183, 187

Blanford:
-, Eleanor, m. Rob. Pauncefoot, 70
-, John, 70
-, Rob., 70
-, Thos., 70
-, Wm., and his s. Wm., 70
-, fam., 70

Blomfield, Art., architect, 194

Blount:
-, Chas., Ld. Mountjoy (d. 1545), 45
-, Chas., earl of Devonshire, 124
-, Mountjoy, Ld. Mountjoy, 124

Bluet:
-, Eliz., see Buckland
-, John (d. c. 1700), 87
-, John (fl. 1701), 159

Boce, Wal., 23

Boclond:
-, Maud, see Meriet
-, Sir Thos., 166
-, and see Buckland

Boef, Wm., 55, 58
-, —, Edith, w. of, see Slade

Boger, Edm., curate of Knowle, 162

Bohun, Marg. de, m. Hugh Courtenay, earl of Devon (d. 1377), 11, 176

Bond:
-, F. Bligh, architect, 32 n
-, Hen., vicar of South Petherton, 191–2, 196–7

Bonevile, see Crewkerne

Bonner:
-, Eliz., see Rosse
-, Wm., 213

Bonning, John, 182

Bonville:
-, Cath., 54
-, Cecily, da. of Wm., Ld. Bonville, m. (1) Thos. Grey, marquess of Dorset, (2) Hen. Stafford, earl of Wilts., 54, 88
-, Cecily, w. of Thos. (fl. 1390), see Streche
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Tailboys, 91
-, Guy, 16
-, John (d. 1427), 54
-, John (fl. 1454), and his w. Alice, 14
-, John (d. 1484), 14
-, John (d. 1493), 14
-, John (d. 1551), 14
-, John (fl. 1637), 14
-, John (fl. 1657), 10, 14
-, John (fl. 1667), 14
-, Marg., see Aumale
-, Ric., 14
-, Thos. (fl. 1390), 201
-, Thos. (d. 1565), 14
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1408), 54–5, 88, 90, 164
-, Wm. (d. 1412), 54
-, Wm., Ld. Bonville (d. 1461), 54, 88, 91, 236
-, fam., 1 n, 34

Bordes, Brian Chas., 223

Bordone, Hamon de, 205

Borgh, Ric. le, 18

Boscombe (Wilts.), 41

Bosworth (Leics.), 11

Botreaux:
-, Marg., m. Sir Rob. Hungerford, 135
-, Sir Wm. de, 135

Boulogne:
-, Joan, 88
-, John of, 88
-, Pauline of, 88
-, Peter of, 88
-, Pharamus of (d. 1183–4), 84, 88, 95
-, Pharamus (fl. 1270), 95 n
-, Ric. of, 88, 96
-, Sibyl, m. Ingram de Fiennes, 84
-, fam., 92, 95

Boulogne, counts of, see Eustace; William

Bourgchier:
-, John, earl of Bath, 177
-, Thomasia, see Hankeford
-, Wm., 177
-, fam., 177

Bovett, Ric., 91

Bovey Tracey (Devon), 218–19

Bowditch:
-, Honor, see Drake
-, John, 225
-, Rob., 25

Bower Hinton (Burhenton, Hanton Mertoc, in Martock), 78, 82–4, 90, 93–4, 97–8, 107–9, 197
-, fms., 82
-, fields, 82
-, friendly soc., 84
-, green, 82
-, inc., 94
-, ind., 82
-, inn, 83–4
-, sch., 108
-, tithing, 76, 82, 92, 109

Bowerman, Ric. John, 225

Bowes:
-, Sir Jerome, 54
-, Ralph, 54

bowling green, 42, 211

Bowyer (Bowyar):
-, John (fl. 1516), 213
-, John (fl. 1542), 201
-, Thos., vicar of Martock, 103, 179, 198

Boxley Abbey (Kent), 114

Bradford:
-, John, 79
-, fam., 79

Bradon, South, 60, 119, 234

Bragg (Bragge):
-, Eliz., 71, 75
-, John (17th cent.), 10
-, John (d. 1749), 70, 228
-, John (d. 1786), 70, 228
-, John (fl. 1796), 228
-, Molly, m. Claver Morris, 71
-, Ric. (d. 1643), 70, 73
-, Ric. (d. 1649), 70
-, Rog., 130
-, Wm. (d. 1702), 70, 73
-, Wm. (d. 1713), 70, 228
-, Wm. (d. 1726), 70, 73, 228
-, fam., 70, 72

Braine (Brayne):
-, Ric., 26, 34
-, Mr., 101

Brandon:
-, Chas., duke of Suffolk (d. 1545), 85
-, Chas., duke of Suffolk (d. 1551), 85
-, Hen., duke of Suffolk (d. 1551), 85

Branscombe (Devon), Weston in, q.v.

Bray:
-, Edm., Ld. Bray, 13
-, Margery, m. Wm., Ld. Sandys (d. 1542), 13
-, Maria Sophia, m. Alex. Hood, Vct. Bridport, 140
-, Sir Reynold, 13, 29

Brayne, see Braine

Bredy, Long (Dors.), 90

Brethren, 36, 50, 61, 108

Brett (Birte):
-, Alex. (d. 1511), 233, 236
-, Alex. (fl. 1532), 233, 236
-, Sir Alex. (d. 1609), 228, 233, 237–8
-, Alex. (d. 1617), 233, 237
-, Alex. (d. 1671), 233
-, Alex. (fl. 1697), 233
-, Ann, w. of Sir Alex., see Gifford
-, Ann, da. of Rob., of London, w. of Hen., 233
-, Eleanor, w. of Sim., 233
-, Eliz. (fl. 1562), 180
-, Eliz., w. of Alex. (d. 1671), m. (2) Hen. Klee, 233
-, Hen., 233
-, Isabel, 180
-, Joan, da. of John (d. 1478), m. Thos. Hugyn, 233
-, Joan, w. of Sim., see Hugyn
-, John (fl. 1449), 236
-, John (d. 1478), 232–3
-, John (d. 1532), escheator, coroner, 180, 185, 193, 233–4, 236
-, John (d. 1588), 233, 236–8
-, Ric., 232 n
-, Rob. (d. 1541), 233
-, Rob. (fl. 1588), 233, 236
-, Rob. (d. 1665), 237
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1666), 233, 237
-, Rob. (d. 1678), 237
-, Rob., Jesuit, 233
-, Rob., of London, 233
-, Sim., 233
-, fam., 233–5, 237–8

Brettingham, Mat., architect, 42

Brice:
-, Hugh, 149
-, John, 149
-, John Hopkins, 65
-, Peter, 149
-, Worthington (d. 1649), 149–50
-, Worthington (d. 1719–20), 149
-, fam., 65, 148–9

bricks, 4, 22, 38, 42, 47, 98, 113, 171, 188, 216
-, and see tiles

Bridge, Thos., 177

Bridge (Brugg, in South Petherton), 166, 171–2, 178, 180, 182–4, 187–9
-, man., 182–3
-, man.-ho. (Old Bridge), 171, 183

Bridgwater:
-, ctss. of, see Howard
-, earl of, see Daubeney, Hen.

Bridgwater, 9, 32, 48, 50, 99, 170, 220

Bridport, Vct., see Hood

Bridport (Dors.), 5, 15, 20, 39, 62, 99, 143, 167, 188

Bristol, 53, 91, 99, 169, 192, 198, 233
-, abbey, 153
-, bell-foundry, 67, 105, 150, 156, 230
-, cath., 192
-,-, chapter, 55, 59, 116, 118–19, 130, 132, 169, 180, 185, 191–2, 202– 3, 208 prebendary, see Castleman; Waterland
-, earl of, see Digby
-, hosp., 190

Bristward, 53

Brito:
-, Ansgar (d. c. 1092–5), 232
-, Ansgar (fl. 1126), 232
-, Rog., 232
-, Wal. (fl. 1108), 232
-, Wal. (d. 1179), 232
-, Wal. (d. 1199), 232

Briwere:
-, Joan, da. of Wm., m. Wm. de Percy, 232
-, Joan, w. of Wm., see Reviers
-, Ric., 232
-, Wm., 15, 28, 33, 232

Broadway, 96, 113, 117

Broadwindsor (Dors.), 16, 68–70, 182
-, Drimpton, q.v.
-, Netherhay, q.v.
-, Sandpit, q.v.

Brome:
-, Eliz., m. Jas. Compton, 178
-, John, and his w. Alice, 178

Brompton (Mdx.), 57

Brontë, duke of, see Nelson

Brook:
-, Edw., Ld. Cobham, 124, 160, 182
-, Geo., Ld. Cobham, 124
-, Hen., Ld. Cobham, 124
-, John, Ld. Cobham, 124, 182
-, John, 182
-, Sir Thos., and his w. Joan, 124, 143, 182
-, Thos., Ld. Cobham, 124, 182
-, Wm., Ld. Cobham, 124
-, fam., 202

Brook (in Westbury, Wilts.), 201

Brookes
-, Rebecca, see Wyke
-, Thos., 54

Brotherton:
-, Thos. of, 41
-, Maud, da. of, dchss. of Norfolk, 41, 44

Broughton:
-, Eliz., see Pyke
-, Ric., 89

Browne (Brown):
-, Anne, m. John, Ld. Poulett (d. 1665), 50
-, Eliz. Adams, 61
-, Geo. (d. 1677), 124
-, Geo. (d. aft. 1677), 124
-, Geo. (fl. 1681), 232 n, 235
-, John (fl. 1559), 124
-, Sir John (d. 1627), 124
-, John (d. 1659), 124
-, John (d. 1670), 124
-, Rob., 124
-, Thos., rector of Wayford, 74
-, fam., 130

Browning, John, 25

Brownsey, Steph., 235 n, 238

Bruce:
-, Chas., Ld. Bruce, 129, 179, 212
-, Eliz., ctss. of Ailesbury, see Seymour
-, Jas., 179, 212
-, Rob., 179, 212
-, Thos., earl of Ailesbury, 129, 131, 179, 212

Brudenell, Sir Thos., 99

Bruges (Brugg):
-, Emme de, 182
-, Hugh de (late 13th cent.), 182
-, Hugh de (another), 182
-, Wm. de (fl. 1232), 182
-, Wm. de (another), 182
-, fam., 182
-, and see Bridge

Brugg, see Bridge; Bruges

Bruton:
-, abbey (formerly priory), 60, 112, 130, 132, 165–6, 169, 179–80, 191, 201–2
-, abbot, 116, 194; and see Gilbert, Wm.
-, canons, 116, 118, 169, 178–9, 191, 203
-, prior, 132, 178, 181, 213
-, sacristan, 191

Brympton D'Evercy, 42, 165

Buckerell, John, 206

Buckfastleigh (Devon), 179

Buckingham, duke of, see Stafford

Buckinghamshire, see Whaddon

Buckland:
-, Chas., 87
-, Eliz., m. John Bluet, 87
-, Francis (d. 1642), 87
-, Francis (fl. 1751), 58
-, John (d. 1563), 87, 91
-, John (d. 1678), 87
-, John (fl. c. 1700), 87
-, Maurice (d. 1710), 87
-, Maurice (fl. 1741), 87
-, Ric., 87, 91
-, Thos., 87
-, Thomasine, m. (1) John Buckland, (2) Thos. Turbeville, 91
-, fam., 91
-, and see Boclond

Buckland St. Mary, 100, 111, 140, 238; and see Westcombland

Buckland Sororum, 16

Buckland, West, 35

Bucknell (Oxon.), 179

Budd:
-, Thos., Quaker (d. 1670), 106–7
-, Thos., minister (d. 1722), 107, 120
-, Thomasin, 120
-, Wm., 38
-, fam., 17

Budleigh, East (Devon), 225

Bule, Rob. de, 132 n

Bull, John, 100

bull-baiting, 60

Bullen:
-, Ric., 202
-, fam., 74

Buller:
-, Alex., 123, 135, 159
-, Joan, 157
-, John (d. by 1485), 123, 160–1
-, John (d. 1485), 123, 135, 159, 206 n
-, John (fl. 1526), 123, 125
-, John (d. 1592), 123, 202
-, John (d. 1599), 123
-, John (fl. 1612), 123, 157, 159
-, Nic., 123, 157
-, Rob., 202
-, Thos., 123, 157
-, fam., 130, 144, 160, 202

Bulling, John, 166

Bulstone, hund., 151

Bund, Wm., 58

Burgh:
-, John de, 213
-, Maud de, m. Gilb. de Clare, earl of Gloucester, 209
-, fam., 213

Burland:
-, Claver Morris, 71
-, Eliz., see Morris
-, Jas. Lloyd Harris, 71
-, John, 71
-, Sir John, 71
-, John Berkeley, 71
-, John Burland (Harris), 71
-, Mary Anne, 71

Burne, H. H., 55

Burnel (Burnell):
-, Dorothy, 70
-, Hen., 25, 70
-, Isabel, 25
-, John, 25, 70
-, Ralph, 70
-, Rob. (late 12th cent.), 70–1
-, Rob. (fl. 1235), 70
-, Rob., bp. of Bath and Wells, 212
-, Tristram, and his w. Alice, 70
-, fam., 71–2

Burre:
-, John, 159
-, Simpson, 159
-, fam., 159

Burrington, 120 n

Burt, Eliz., 189

Burton Bradstock (Dors.), 74

Bury, Art., rector of Exeter coll., Oxford, 175

Busby, Ric., 142

Bush, John, minister, 107

Butcher:
-, John, see Rodbard
-, Mary, see Rodbard
-, Wm., see Rodbard

Butler:
-, Hen., minister, 107, 204
-, Mrs., 204

Bykenhulle, John de, 14

Byntre, Jordan de, 205

C.

Cabell:
-, Eliz., see Ayshe
-, John, curate of Cudworth, 146
-, Sam., 179
-, Wm., 236

Cable, fam., 47

Cadbury, Nic., 148

Caen (Calvados), St. Stephen's abbey, 17, 28

Calvinists, 221

Cambridge:
-, St. John's coll., 237
-, Sidney Sussex coll., 140

Canada, 55, 114

canal, see Barrington; Knowle

Cannicott, Ric., 24

Cannington, 89

Canon:
-, Isabel, w. of John, m. (2) Ric. Slade, 55
-, John, 55–6, 58

Cantebrigg:
-, Maud de, m. (1) John de Stafford, (2) Rob. de Abindon, 183
-, Joan, da. of, m. Thos. de Crauthorn, 183

Canterbury, abps. of, see Laud; Pecham

Cappes:
-, Eliz., see Jew
-, Rob., 90

Carent:
-, John de, 44
-, Leonard, 44
-, Wm. (d. before 1343), 44
-, Wm. (d. 1346), 44
-, Wm. (d. c. 1422), 44
-, Sir Wm., 44
-, fam., 39–40, 44–5, 47–8

Carew, fam., 55

Cartrai, Mauger de, 180–1, 199, 202

Cartwright, H. A., rector of Whitestaunton, 237

Carver:
-, John (fl. 1653), 138
-, John (d. 1726), 138
-, Ric., architect, 9

Cary:
-, Hen., 100
-, Thos., 100

Case:
-, John, 183
-, Wm., escheator, 183, 185

Casse:
-, John, 100
-, Mary, 100

Casselyn, Thos., 138

castle, see Chepstow; Crewkerne; Dinnington

Castle Cary, 12, 134, 199, 218

Castleman, John, vicar of South Petherton, 169, 192

Catherine of Aragon, 10, 30

Cauntelo:
-, Marg., see Avenel
-, Phil. de, 122, 125

Caversham (Oxon.), 43 n

Cecil:
-, Jas., earl of Salisbury, 109
-, Rob., earl of Salisbury, 87

Cerne Abbas (Dors.), 22

Chaffcombe, 42, 111, 121–8, 146, 156, 162, 202
-, adv., 127
-, agric., 125–6
-, Avishays (Aveneleseigh, Aveneleseygh), 33, 121–2, 124, 126, 128, 130, 142–3
-, char., 128
-, ch., 121, 127–8
-, cts., 126
-, dom. archit., 123–4, 127
-, fms., 121, 125–6
-, fields, 125
-, fraternity, 127–8
-, glebe, 127, 161
-, inc., 121, 126
-, inn, 122
-, Kingston Well (Hecstanes, Hynkestones), 121, 124–6, 161
-, Lidmarsh (Libbemersa), 121–8, 142–3
-, man., 121–7, 157, 159, 161–2
-, man.-ho., 121, 123, 125, 160
-, minister, see Pinney; Shallett
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 122
-, nonconf., 128
-, Oakenhead (Okenehede), 121, 124
-, par. officers, 126–7
-, park, 121–2, 125–6, 160
-, poorho., 127
-, pop., 122
-, rector, 126–7; and see Abraham; Clawsey; Cox; Middleton; Penny
-, rectory, 127
-,-, ho., 121, 127
-, sch., 128
-, tithes, 127
-, tithing, 112
-, woodland, 125–6

Champernowne (Champernon, Champney):
-, Hugh, 124, 152
-, Joan, see Kaynes
-, John, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 219

Champney, see Champernowne

Channons (Norf.), 115 n

chantry, see Crewkerne; Dowlish Wake; Hinton St. George; Martock; Petherton, South

Chapple, John, 166

charcoal, 93

Chard, 5, 7, 33–4, 45, 55, 62, 67–8, 121–2, 124, 126–8, 133–4, 137, 142–3, 151, 154, 156–7, 160–1, 178, 222–3, 225, 227–8, 230–2, 235
-, canal, 157, 161
-, chant., 144–5
-, curacy, 30
-, fraternity, 144
-, poor-law union, 27, 48, 59, 66, 73, 127, 132, 139, 145, 150, 154, 162, 169, 203, 208, 217, 228, 236
-, rural district cncl., 51
-, sch., 67, 132, 162
-, Walscombe, q.v.

Chard, South, 134

Chardstock (Devon), 222–6, 228–9
-, ch., 228
-, Cotley, 223, 225
-, Lodge, 226
-, man., 224, 229
-, prebendary, 228
-, vicar, 228

Charles I, 157, 232

Charles II, 10

Charlton Mackrell, 17, 142–3

Charmouth (Dors.), Bettiscombe, q.v.

Chase:
-, Gamaliel, rector of Wambrook, 225, 228–9
-, Gideon, 225, 228
-, John, rector of Wambrook and Whitestaunton, 225, 228–9, 237
-, John (d. 1641), 228
-, John (fl. 1710), 228
-, Marg., w. of John, rector, 225
-, fam., 229

chase, 11, 18, 93

Chastel, Laur. de, 223

Chastelayne, Thos., 148

Cheddar, 192

Cheddon Fitzpaine, Hestercombe, q.v.

Chedington (Dors.), 63, 132, 222

Cheeke, Edw., 86

Chelborough (Dors.), 142

Chelrye, Thos. de, rector of Seavington St. Michael, 209

Chepstow (Mon.), 41
-, cast., 41

Cheselden, Revd. Edw., 143

Cheshunt (Herts.), 86

chevage, 18, 166, 168, 184, 226

Cheyney (Cheyne):
-, Anne, m. John Willoughby, 201
-, Cecily, w. of Sir Wm. (d. 1420), see Streche
-, Cecily, da. of Sir Edm., 201
-, Sir Edm., 201
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Colshull, 201
-, Joan, see Filoll
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1420), 201
-, Sir Wm. (d. by 1434), 224

Chichester, John Hody, 13 n

Chichester (Suss.), 180

Chick, fam., 139

Chidiock:
-, Isabel, see FitzPayn
-, Sir John, 142

Child:
-, Agatha, 179, 212
-, Francis, 179, 212
-, Rob., 179, 212
-, Sam., 179, 212
-, Sarah Anne, m. John Fane, earl of Westmorland, 179, 212

Chillington, 13, 32, 72, 111, 118–19, 128–33, 141, 143, 145, 147, 151, 154, 156, 178–9, 182, 185, 189, 192, 204
-, adv., 132
-, agric., 130–1
-, char., 133
-, Chibley (Chubbeleye), 129–30
-, ch., 129, 132–3, 161, 183
-, cts., 131, 190
-, curates, 132; and see Billing; Hare; Mere; Patch; Phillips; Vaigge
-, dom. archit., 129
-, fms., 130–1
-, fields, 129, 131
-, glebe, 130, 132
-, Higher Chillington, 129, 131, 141, 147
-, Hill, 51, 129, 131
-, man., 40, 131 n
-, tithing, 131
-, inc., 131
-, light, 132
-, Lower Chillington, 129, 131
-, man., 129–31, 133
-, man.-ho., 129–30
-, nonconf., 133
-, par. officers, 131–2
-, pop., 129
-, poorho., 132
-, Rom. rem., 129
-, sch., 132–3
-, tithes, 130, 132–3, 180
-, tithing, 131
-, vicarage, 132, 143
-, woodland, 129–31

Chilthorne Domer, Oakley in, q.v.

Chinnock, East, 213

Chinnock, West, 9, 21, 52, 61, 94

Chipley (in Nynehead), 44

Chiselborough, 41, 52, 171

Chislet, Margery, 183

Cholmeley:
-, Sir Ric., 114
-, Ursula, m. Sir Thos. Putt, 114

Christchurch (Hants):
-, prior, 18
-, priory, 11, 15

Christon, 168

Chubb:
-, Mat., 37
-, Mistress, 37

Chudderle, John, and his w., 50

Chulmleigh (Devon), 73
-, Stone in, q.v.

church house, see Crewkerne; Long Load; Lopen; Martock, Merriott; Seavington St. Mary; Seavington St. Michael; Shepton Beauchamp; Wambrook

church scot (chursett), 18, 56, 92, 94, 166, 214, 218

Churchill, Mr., 156

Churchstanton, 140, 229, 237

Chydlegh, Christine, m. Thos. Warre, 50

Clapton:
-, Alice, see Bonville
-, Baldwin of, 14, 23
-, Joan, see Maloisell
-, John of (d. 1287), 14
-, John of (fl. 1346), 14
-, Ric., 14
-, Rob. of (fl. 1254), 14
-, Rob. of (fl. 1364), 14
-, Rog. of, 14
-, Wal., 14
-, fam., 14

Clapton (in Crewkerne), 1 n, 4–5, 7, 9–10, 14, 17, 19, 23–4, 30, 34–5, 69, 75
-, Clapton Court, 14, 19, 24
-, inn, 10
-, man., 14–15, 24
-, man.-ho., 14
-, mill, 14 n, 23–4, 100
-, sch., 36
-, tithing, 26

Clare:
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester (d. 1295), 148
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester (d. 1314), 122, 148
-, Maud, w. of Gilb. (d. 1314), see Burgh
-, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester, 112 n, 122
-, Ric. de, clerk, 44
-, Rog. de, 148
-, fam., 112

Clarence, duke of, see Plantagenet

Clarke (Clark):
-, Edw., 124
-, Eliz., see Sherlock
-, John (fl. 1704), 26
-, John (fl. 1830), 212, 218
-, Rob. Pearse, rector of Cricket and Whitestaunton, 140, 237
-, Sam., 186
-, Revd. Wm., 218
-, fam., 218

Clavelshay, Cuthbert, coroner, 185

Claverham, 122 n

Clawsey, John, rector of Chaffcombe, 127

Claxton, Wm., 54 n

Clayhidon (Devon), 132

Clement:
-, Gregory, 209
-, Rob., rector of Seavington St. Michael, 209

Clerk, Maurice le, rector of St. John's chapel, South Petherton, 194

Clerkenwell (Mdx.), priory, 165

Clevedon:
-, Eliz. of, 134–5, 138
-, John of, 134–5
-, Marg., m. (1) John St. Lo, (2) Sir Peter Courtenay, 135

Clevedon, 115, 192

Cleyhill, Nic., 234

Clifford:
-, Chas., 11
-, Joan, see Courtenay

Clifton:
-, Gervase, Ld. Clifton, 114
-, Sir John, 114, 218
-, Wm., 114–15

Clifton Maybank (Dors.), 115, 182

Clive:
-, Hugh de la, 143
-, Rog. de la, 143

Clopton, Wal., 212–13, 223

Clopton (? in Kingsbury Episcopi), 171

Closworth, 128

cloth manufactures:
-, canvas, 21, 98, 153, 187, 207
-, cloth, 20, 57, 65, 82, 86–7, 97–8, 111, 126, 150, 167, 186, 216, 227, 235
-, collars, 117, 203, 207, 216
-, dowlas, 102, 167
-, dyeing, 20–1, 72
-, fuller, 20, 137, 139
-, fustian, 60
-, girth-webs, 21, 72; and see webbing lace, 22
-, linen, 20–1, 46, 97, 117, 167–8
-, sacking, 187
-, sailcloth, 17, 21–2, 25, 47, 57, 98, 126, 145, 167, 187, 207
-, serge, 20–1, 65, 97, 153, 235
-, shirts, 21
-, silk, 23, 167
-, stockings, 97
-, weaving, 17, 20, 57, 97, 137, 164, 167–8, 186, 207, 235
-, webbing, 21, 24; and see girthwebs
-, worsted, 21, 25, 46
-, and see gloving

Cnut, king, 20, 201

Coade and Sealy, 50

coal, 79, 117

Coat (in Martock), 78, 81, 83–4, 87, 90, 93–5, 97–8, 100–104, 107–8
-, fields, 81–2
-, inc., 94
-, inn, 83
-, man., 89–90, 96
-, tithing, 76, 81–3, 92

Cobham, Ld., see Brook

Coche, John, 161

cockfighting, 9

Coffin:
-, Humph., 225
-, John, 225, 230
-, Mary, 225

Cogan (Coggan):
-, Ann, 90, 97
-, Eliz., m. (1) Fulk Fitz Waryn, (2) Sir Hugh Courtenay, 177
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Wm., m. (2) Sir Rob. Harrington, 177–8, 184
-, John (d. by 1408), 177
-, John (early 17th cent.), 222
-, Ric. de, 138, 177
-, Thos., 90
-, Sir Wm., 177
-, fam., 218

Coiner, Wm. le, 144

Coke, Thos., curate of South Petherton, later Methodist minister, 107 n, 175, 192–3, 195, 221

Coker:
-, Eleanor, see Veel
-, John (fl. 1431), 213
-, John (d. 1513–14), 213
-, Rob., 213
-, fam., 214–15

Coker, hund., 112

Coker, West, 54

Cole, Wm., 97

Coles:
-, Eliza, 118, 218
-, Jas. Benj., 227
-, Jas. Stratton, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, curate of Barrington, 119, 211–12, 218–19, 221
-, Julia Mary, 218–19, 221
-, Vincent S. S., rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 118–19, 218–19

Colles (Collis, Collys):
-, Humph., 87
-, Thos., chaplain of Long Load, 105
-, Wal., rector of Crewkerne, 30

Collier:
-, Ann, see Curry
-, Revd. Art. (d. 1697), 64
-, Revd. Art. (d. 1732), 63–4
-, Genevra, 64
-, Marg., 64

Collins:
-, Anne, 182
-, John (fl. 1669), 216
-, John, and his w. Jane (late 18th cent.), 182

Collinson, Septimus, rector of Dowlish Wake, 155

Colmer, fam., 143

Colshull:
-, Eliz., see Cheyney
-, Sir John, 201
-, Marg., 201

Colston:
-, Alice, w. of John, see Wills
-, Alice, m. Rob. Merifield, 85
-, John, 85

Colthurst, John, 189

Combe:
-, Edw., curate of Barrington, 118–19
-, John, rector of Crewkerne, 30
-, John (fl. 1667), 227

Combe (in Gittisham, Devon), 90, 114

Combe Florey, 16

Combe, Higher (in Dulverton), 90

Combe St. Nicholas, 119, 156, 228, 231, 235, 238; and see Weston; Whitehall

Combe Sydenham (in Stogumber), 129

common, allotments of, 19, 117, 235

Compton:
-, Alice, 178
-, Eliz., see Brome
-, Sir Hen., 85, 178
-, Jas., 178

Compton Durville (Contitone, in South Petherton), 92, 111, 171–2, 174, 180–7, 190, 196, 218
-, chap., 182, 193
-, fields, 171
-, man., 175
-, man.-ho., 182
-, mill, 188
-, tithes, 180
-, tithing, 175, 182, 190

Compton, Over (Dors.), 85

Compton Valence (Dors.), 34

Congregationalists, 61, 107–8, 170, 195

Contitone, see Compton Durville

Cookson, Eliz., 36

Coombe (Coombe St. Reyne, in Crewkerne), 4–5, 9, 17, 19–20, 25, 41
-, mill, 25
-, tithing, 26, 73

Coombs, Miss, 37

Cooper:
-, Royden, architect, 182
-, Wm., minister, 107

Cooth, Anne, 100

Corfield, Wm., and his w. Christian, 13

Cornish, Thos., bp. of Tenos, 142

Cornwall, 10; and see Duloe; Landrake; Lanherne; Padstow
-, duchy of, 91, 94, 96

coroner, 185

Corton Denham, 183

Cosmo, Grand Duke of Tuscany, 42

Cossins:
-, Edw., 24
-, G.H., minister, 107
-, Rog. (fl. 1703), 36
-, Rog. (fl. 1780), 24

Cothay (in Kittisford), 88

Cotley (in Chardstock, Devon), 228

Cotton, Alex., 237

Couchman, Col., 233

Countess Marshal, see Brotherton

Courcelles, Rog. de, 144, 157, 159, 165

Court (Courte):
-, Simon, 159
-, Wm. Paris, alias, 34

Courtenay:
-, Edw., earl of Devon (d. 1419), 11
-, Edw., earl of Devon (d. 1556), 11
-, Edw., earl of Devon (d. 1569), 11
-, Edw., of Landrake, 12
-, Edw. (d. 1622), 12
-, Eliz., m. John Trethurf, 12
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Hugh (d. 1425), see Cogan
-, Florence, m. John Trelawney, 11
-, Hen. (fl. 1461), 11
-, Hen., marquess of Exeter, 11
-, Sir Hugh de (d. 1292), 11
-, Hugh, earl of Devon (d. 1340), 11, 18, 30, 199
-, Hugh, earl of Devon (d. 1377), 11, 199
-, Hugh, earl of Devon (d. 1422), 11
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1425), 177
-, Isabel, m. Wm. Mohun, 11
-, Joan, m. (1)—Clifford, (2) Sir Wm. Knyvett, 11, 33
-, John (d. 1274), 11, 18, 22
-, John, rector of Crewkerne, 30
-, John (d. 1615), 12
-, Marg., w. of Sir Peter, see Clevedon
-, Marg., w. of Hugh, earl of Devon (d. 1377), see Bohun
-, Marg, w. of Edw., of Landrake, see Trethurf
-, Mary, see Reviers
-, Maud, m. Sir John Arundel, 12
-, Sir Peter (d. 1405), 135
-, Peter (d. 1606), 12
-, Sir Peter (fl. 1652), and his w. Alice, 12
-, Phil., rector of Crewkerne, 30
-, Rob. de, 1, 11, 71
-, Thos., earl of Devon (d. 1458), 11, 199
-, Thos., earl of Devon (d. 1461), 11, 33, 199
-, Wm., and his w. Cath., 11
-, fam., 1, 18, 26, 28, 30–1, 33, 66, 199

courts and franchises, see assizes of bread and ale; chase; cucking stool; felons' goods; frankpledge; gallows; halmote; hundred; infangthief; pillory; sheriff's tourn; shillyng stole; stocks; tumbrel; waifs and strays; warren

Cousins, Valentine, 100

Coutances, bp. of, see Geoffrey

Cowdrey:
-, Morgan, 44
-, Wm. (d. 1498), 44
-, Wm., and his w. Alice, 44

Cox:
-, Grace, see Hallett
-, John, 138
-, Peter, rector of Chaffcombe, 127
-, R., 105
-, Ric. Symes, rector of Wayford, 74
-, Wm., 63
-, Revd. Wm., 63
-, Wm. Hody, 63
-, Revd. Wm. Trevelyan, 63
-, Wm. Trevelyan, 63

Coxe:
-, John, 135
-, John Hippisley, 135
-, Marg., see Hippisley
-, Ric. Hippisley, 135

Craft, see Hinton St. George

Craft St. Reyne, see Croft

Crane, Mr., curate of Barrington, 119

Crauden:
-, Thos. de, rector of Seavington St. Michael, 209
-, Wm. de, rector of Dowlish Wake, 155

Crauthorn:
-, Alice, m. John de Moleyns, 183
-, Joan, see Cantebrigg
-, Thos., 183

Craven, Maj. A. E. L., 14

Creeke (Creike):
-, H., 16
-, Hen., 136
-, Joan, see Hull
-, John, 136
-, Rob., 136
-, Wm., 136

Crewkerne, frontispiece, 1, 4–38, 39, 44, 52, 56, 61, 78, 85–6, 96, 107, 120, 122, 128, 134, 141–2, 147, 151, 156, 163, 168, 172, 183, 216
-, Abbey, 17, 145
-, adv., 11, 28–9
-, agric., 17–20
-, alms-ho., 8, 37–8
-, bank, 22
-, Bonevile, 1
-, bridewell, 27
-, br., 7
-, cage, 27
-, cast., 5, 11
-, chant., 17, 24, 27–8, 30–3, 65
-, chap., 5, 12, 32–3, 147
-, char., 36–8
-, chase, 11, 18
-, ch., 1, 4–5, 7–8, 11–12, 16, 24, 27–34, 66, 73
-,-, ho., 3, 27, 31
-, Civil War, 10
-, Clapton, q.v.
-, common, 4–5, 7, 19–20
-, Coombe, q.v.
-, cts., 2, 18–19, 26–7
-,-, ho., 23
-, Croft, q.v.; see also Crewkerne, Fordscroft, Upcroft
-, cross, 23, 31
-, curates, 17, 29–31; and see Ashe; Ballowe; Forster; Fuller; Norris; Pyers; Robyns; Taggart; Toller; Tomkins
-, dom. archit., 8–9, 13–17
-, Eastham, q.v.
-, fair, 18, 20, 22–3, 26–7
-, factory, 48
-, fms., 5
-, fields, 5, 19–20, 26
-, Fordscroft, 19–20
-, fraternity, 32
-, friendly socs., 10, 36
-, Furland, 4–5, 7, 17, 26, 52
-,-, tithing, 26
-, Furringdons, 4, 19, 22, 32, 56
-, glebe, 29
-, Guyan, 1
-, Henley, q.v.
-, hermitage, 8, 33
-, Hewish, q.v.
-, hosp., 28
-, hund., 1–3, 11, 26, 38, 58, 112, 133
-,-, cts., 1–3, 26–7, 58 officers, 3
-, inc., 5, 19–20
-, ind., 9, 21–2, 25–6, 58
-, inns, 9–10, 21, 28
-,-, Angel, 21 Antelope (or Green Dragon), 9, 21 Bell, 9 Cock, 21 George, 9–10, 22 Gun (or White Hart), 8–10, 21 King's Arms, 9 Labour in Vain, 21 Lamb, 21 Nag's Head, 9–10 Red Lion, 8–9, 21 Ship, 21 Star, 21 n White Swan, 9–10, 21 and see Clapton; Crewkerne, Roundham
-, justices at, 10
-, Laymore, 4, 16
-,-, man., 16
-, Maincombe, 17, 26
-, man., 1, 5, 10–19, 23–4, 26, 29, 31 33, 53, 63–5, 69, 73
-,-, ho., 8, 12
-, mkt., 8, 11, 18, 20, 22–3, 26–7
-, mkt. pl., 7–9, 19, 22–3, 31
-, Merifield Ho., 8, 15–16
-, Merriottsford, 4 n
-, mills, 11, 17–18, 21–6, 53
-, minster, 4, 26, 28–9, 62, 68, 73
-, mint, 20
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 10
-, nonconf., 34–6, 195–6
-, obits, 32
-, par. officers, 26–7, 31
-, parks, 4
-, pillory, 27
-, poor-relief, 27
-, pop., 10
-, portreeve, 22, 27
-, Post Office, 10
-, public services, 9
-, quarry, 4 and n
-, race course, 9
-, rly., 5, 7
-, rectors, 16, 28–30, 32, 74; and see Collys; Combe; Courtenay, John, Phil.; Hendyman; Hoper; Kent; Lanvyan; Odelande; Plummer; Pyl; Stafford, John; Surland
-, rectory, 7–9, 16–20, 23, 27–32, 66, 73–4
-,-, ho., 8, 16–17, 29
-, Rom. Cath., 34
-, Rom. rem., 5
-, Roundham (Rowenham), 4–5, 7, 9–10, 18–20, 39, 62, 67
-,-, inns, 10
-, schs., 8–10, 27–8, 30–2, 35–7, 51, 127, 132, 162, 170, 219
-, seal, 28
-, shambles, 19, 22–3, 27–8
-, Sheerehall, 12
-, shops, 19, 22–3
-, Southcombe, 16
-, stalls, 19, 22
-, streets, 8
-,-, Abbey (Carter) St., 8–9, 21, 37
-, Church (Scole) St., 8–9, 21, 23, 36–7
-, Court Barton, 8, 37
-, Cross (Cross Tree) St., 8
-, East St., 8, 15, 21, 23, 36–7
-, Fore St., 8, 21; and see Crewkerne, mkt. pl.; Crewkerne, streets, Market Sq.
-, Gould's Barton, 7, 27
-, Gouldsbrook Terr., 7–8, 30
-, Hermitage St., 8, 21, 27, 35
-, Lyewater, 7–8
-, Maiden Beech, 5 and n, 22
-, Market Sq., 9
-, Market (Sheep Market) St., 8–9, 21, 23
-, New Court La., 8, 29
-, North St., 5, 8, 21–2, 24–6, 35–6
-, Oxen La., 8, 36
-, Poples Well, 21
-, South St., 8–9, 21–2, 28, 33–4, 36–8
-, Viney Br., 8–9, 21, 24, 34
-, West (Almshouse, Chard) St., 8, 22–3, 35–7
-, theatre, 9
-, tithes, 4, 16–17, 28–9
-, tithings, 1, 5, 19, 26, 38; and see Clapton; Coombe; Eastham; Crewkerne, Furland; Hewish; Woolminstone
-, town clerks, 27, 30
-, town hall, 9, 23, 28
-, town house, 23
-, Tuncombe, 4–5
-, Upcroft, 19
-, U.D.C., 22, 38
-,-, arms, 28
-, vicar, 74
-, vicarage, 29, 74
-,-, ho., 30
-, Victoria Hall, 22–3
-, West Crewkerne, 28, 36, 38
-, woods, 4–5
-, Woolminstone, q.v.
-, workho., 27

Cricket:
-, John of, 134 n
-, Mic. of, 13, 134
-, Sir Ralph of, 134
-, Sir Thos. of, 134
-, Thos. of, rector of Cricket St. Thomas, 140
-, Wm. of (fl. 1166), 134
-, Wm. of (d. c. 1313), 12, 134
-, fam., 12, 34, 134

cricket, 40

Cricket Malherbie, 70, 73, 107, 121, 127, 137, 141, 143–4, 146, 155–7, 159, 161–2

Cricket St. Thomas, 12, 16, 50, 61, 111–12, 121–2, 125, 129, 133–41, 169, 183
-, adv., 137, 139
-, agric., 136–7
-, chap., 141
-, char., 141
-, ch., 74, 133, 136, 139–41, 161
-, cts., 136, 139–40
-, Cricket Ho., 133–4, 144
-, fair, 134, 138, 141, 168
-, fms., 134, 137
-, fields, 136
-, glebe, 137, 140
-, Hollowells (Hollywille), 133–4, 138
-, inc., 136, 138
-, inns, 134
-, Lanscombe, 133, 135–7
-, man., 134–5, 137–9
-, man.-ho., 133, 135, 137–8, 140–1
-, Marshwood, 133–4, 136–7
-, mills, 133–4, 138–9
-, nonconf., 140–1
-, par. officers, 139
-, park, 133–4
-, poorho., 139
-, poor-relief, 139
-, pop., 134
-, rector, 136, 139 n, 140–1, 219; and see Clark, Rob. Pearse; Cricket, Thos. of; Hucker; Langdale; Shaw; Sprengehose; Templeman, John
-, rectory, 135, 139, 141
-,-, ho., 134, 140
-, sch., 141
-, tithes, 140
-, warren, 137
-, White Down, 133, 136, 138, 141
-, woodland, 133, 136–7

Croc, Wal., 232

Croft (Craft St. Reyne, Countess's Craft, in Crewkerne), 5, 10, 18– 19
-, cast., 5
-, man., 18
-, and see Crewkerne: Fordscroft; Upcroft

Cromwell, Oliver, 104, 191

crop rotation, 20, 45, 117, 166–7, 186, 215

crops (less common):
-, apples, 45, 48, 57, 66, 164, 218, 227, 229
-, cabbages, 57, 192
-, carrots, 57, 60, 192
-, clover, 20, 96, 167, 186, 202, 207
-, evergrass, 20
-, flax, 21, 23, 25, 46–8, 56–7, 60, 72, 87, 97, 111, 117, 131, 149, 167–8, 186–7, 192, 202, 205, 207, 215, 227
-, hemp, 47, 57, 60, 66, 87, 111, 117, 140, 166–7, 186–7, 192, 202, 207, 218
-, hops, 57, 60, 192, 229
-, leeks, 66
-, onions, 66
-, pears, 57
-, sugar beet, 187
-, turnips, 20, 60, 96, 103, 186
-, vetches, 167, 186

Crosse, John and Alice, 25

Crossley, Maj. A. A., 64

Crymelford, fam., 202

cucking stool, 112, 190

Cudworth:
-, Alan de (fl. 1334), 44
-, Alan de (d. 1361), 44
-, Avice, m. Stephen Derby, 44
-, John of, 144

Cudworth (Cudworde), 111, 121, 123–4, 127–9, 131–2, 141–7:, 151, 154–5, 157, 160
-, adv., 145
-, agric., 144
-, ch., 141–2, 145–7, 157, 162
-,-, plan, 146
-, Clyve, Clyvelond, 142–3
-, cts., 145
-, curates, 145–7, 162; and see Bere; Cabell; Mules, J. H.
-, dom. archit., 142–3
-, fms., 144
-, glebe, 143, 145
-, Higher Green, 142
-, Higher Weare, 144, 147
-, inc., 144
-, inn, 142
-, man., 142–4, 152, 157, 202
-, man.-ho., 141–3
-, mill, 145
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 142
-, nonconf., 147
-, par. officers, 145
-, poorho., 142, 145
-, pop., 142
-, prebend, 143–5, 162
-, prebendal ho., 142–3, 145
-, prebendary, 142, 145–6, 162; and see Audley; Busby; Fulford; Southeye
-, quarries, 141
-, sch., 142, 146–7
-, tithes, 143, 145
-, tithing, 145
-, Upton, 142, 144
-, vicarage, 143, 145
-, Wear Green, 142
-, Weare, 142–3, 145
-, woodland, 141, 144
-, Worth (Werthe, Worde), 111, 141–4, 159 n

Cuff:
-, Hen., 41, 50
-, Wm. Fitchett, 57

Culmstock (Devon), 237

Cumnor (Berks.), 33

Curry:
-, Ann, m. Revd. Art. Collier, 64
-, Thos., 64
-, Wm., 64
-, —, m. (2) Wm. Elsdon, 64
-, fam., 64

Curry, North, 191; and see Lillesdon

Curry Mallet, 17, 55, 165
-, honor, 165
-, park, 165

Curry Rivel, 113, 155–6, 222

Curtis, Thos., vicar of Martock, 103

customary renders:
-, bakselver, 18
-, charnag (charniag), 166
-, cider, 93
-, eels, 93
-, geese, 93
-, gloves, 93
-, 'greslamb', 92
-, Hock ewe, 64
-, hurdle silver, 125
-, iron slabs, blooms, 18, 136, 166
-, larder dues, rents, silver, 56, 166, 214
-, Lukefyne, 92
-, pepper, 93
-, Peter's Pence, 166
-, Plashett (Plashnett), 126
-, scotmust (skotmust), 18, 92
-, 'suleacresede', 93
-, wax, 93

customary works (general), 18, 45, 64, 93–4, 116, 136, 166, 184, 214, 234
-, sheep washing, 18
-, sheep folding, 18

customs and services, see chevage; serjeanty, tenure by

Cutts, Ric., 16

Cynewulf, king, 224

D.

dairying, 18, 20, 45–6, 57, 88, 130–1, 135, 137, 142, 144, 149, 153, 161, 187, 215

Dalton:
-, Mary, see Slade
-, Mary Slade, 13
-, Nat., 13

Damer, Edw., 107 n

Dampier, Joel, 227

Dane:
-, Adam the, 205
-, Wm. the, 205

Danger:
-, Frances Sarah, see Rodbard
-, Rob., 54

Daniel:
-, Geo., 178
-, Jas., 216
-, Jas. Patten, 191
-, John, 178

Darby:
-, Chas., 108
-, Jennings, 124, 161
-, fam., 149

Daubeney (Daubeny):
-, Cath., w. of Ralph (fl. 1378), 193
-, Cath., w. of Hen., see Howard
-, Eleanor, w. of Giles (d. 1386), 131, 183
-, Eliz., w. of John, see Scrope
-, Eliz., w. of Jas., m. (2) Wm. Keymer, 70, 73
-, Ellis, 116, 176, 183
-, Sir Giles (d. 1386), 176, 183
-, Sir Giles (d. 1403), 176
-, Sir Giles (d. 1446), 176, 194
-, Sir Giles, Ld. Daubeney (d. 1508), 114–15, 129, 176, 179, 183
-, Giles (d. 1559), 70
-, Giles (d. 1630), 70
-, Hen., earl of Bridgwater, 114–15, 117, 129, 159, 176, 179, 185, 194, 213
-, Hugh (d. 1565), 70
-, Hugh (d. 1662), and his w. Eliz., 70
-, Jas. (fl. 1528), 70
-, Jas. (d. 1613), 73, 129
-, John (d. 1409), 117, 176, 194
-, John (d. 1625), 9, 24
-, John (fl. 1647), 24
-, Marg. (? Beauchamp), w. of Giles (d. 1403), 176
-, Phil. (d. 1236), 111–12, 116, 176
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1294), 176, 194
-, Ralph (fl. 1234), 176
-, Ralph (fl. 1235, ? another), 176
-, Ralph (d. 1291–2), 111, 116, 176, 184, 188, 194
-, Ralph (fl. 1378), 176, 183, 193
-, Wm., 65, 176
-, fam., 65, 114, 129, 176–9, 181–2, 184, 186, 189, 194

Dauncye:
-, Anne, see Moleyns
-, John, 189

Davis (Davies):
-, Ann, see Rosewell
-, Geo., bell-founder, 50, 61
-, John (fl. 1594), 88
-, John (fl. 1652), 201
-, Mary, 37
-, Maurice, architect, 120 n, 188, 192, 196–7

Davison, J. W., 159

Davy, Nic., 184

Dawes, fam., 55

Deane:
-, Alice, see Serrey
-, Geo., 178
-, John, 226–7
-, Thos., 223, 227
-, Thos. Palmer, 223
-, Wm., 178

demesnes:
-, leasing of, 19, 55–6, 64, 93, 149, 166, 206, 214, 226
-, sale of, 19, 55–6, 71, 93, 96, 116

Denebaud:
-, Alice, see Gifford
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Poulett, 42, 123
-, Florence, 123
-, Hamon, 41–2, 44
-, Joan, see Stocklinch
-, John (d. 1390), 42, 123, 213
-, John (d. 1429), 42, 123, 125
-, Marg., 42, 45
-, Phil. (fl. 1233), 41–2
-, Phil. (fl. 1303), 42
-, Thos., 42, 44, 123, 161
-, Wm. (fl. mid 13th. cent.), 41–2
-, Wm. (fl. 1303), 42, 44, 123
-, fam., 39, 45, 47, 50, 125, 213

Denman:
-, And., 166
-, Bros., 167
-, fam., 167

Dennys, Ric., 90

Denslow:
-, Edm., and his w. Susanna, 139
-, Eliz., see Scriven

Derby:
-, Avice, see Cudworth
-, Rob., 44
-, Steph., 44
-, fam., 56

Derby, earl of, see Stanley

Despenser:
-, Hugh le, 122
-, Isabel, m. Ric. Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, 148
-, Wal. le, and his w. Agatha, 23
-, fam., 148

Devereux:
-, Frances, m. Wm. Seymour, duke of Somerset (d. 1660), 219
-, Rob., earl of Essex, 10, 41, 175

Devon, ctss. of, see Forz

Devon, earls of, see Courtenay; Reviers; Stafford

Devon, 10, 30, 35, 69, 111, 171; and see Ashe; Ashprington; Axminster; Aylesbeare; Berry Pomeroy; Bicton; Blagdon; Bovey Tracey; Branscombe; Buckfastleigh; East Budleigh; Chardstock; Chulmleigh; Clayhidon; Coombe; Culmstock; Dunkeswell; Flete; Gittisham; Greenway; Halberton; Hawkchurch; Holberton; Honiton; Membury; Musbury; Otterton; Ottery St. Mary; Pinhoe; Pole Anthony; Sowton; Stockland; Stone; Tawstock; Thorncombe; Tiverton; Upottery; Washfield; Weston; Widworthy; Yarcombe

Devonshire, earl of, see Blount

D'Ewes, Sir Simonds, 224

Dewport, fam., 125

Digby, John, earl of Bristol, 228

Dillington, John, and his w. Eliz., 157

Dillington (in Ilminster), 145

Dinnett, fam., 223

Dinnington, Sim. of, 208

Dinnington, 38, 40, 49, 111, 128–9, 145, 147–51, 199, 202, 204, 208–9, 237
-, agric., 148–9
-, 'cast.', 147
-, chaplain, 208
-, ch., 147–8, 150–1, 169, 208
-, clerk, see William
-, cts., 149–50
-, dom. archit., 148, 150
-, fms., 149
-, fields, 149
-, glebe, 150
-, inc., 149–50
-, inn, 148
-, man., 148–9, 205, 208
-, man.-ho., 148–9
-, mill, 39, 147, 149
-, Netherton, 147
-, nonconf., 151
-, par. officers, 150
-, Pit, 147, 149–50
-, poorho., 150
-, pop., 148
-, rectors, 40 n, 147, 150; and see Barret; Glasbroke; Stambury
-, rectory ho., 148, 150
-, sch., 151
-, tithes, 150
-, tithing, 112

Disraeli, Benj., 179

Disshe, Art., 15

Dobell:
-, A.E., 233
-, fam., 235

Dodd:
-, Revd. Wm., 143
-, fam., 143

Doddington, Leonard, 87

Dodeman, 53, 58

Domett (Dummet):
-, Jos., rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 218–19
-, Wm., 21

Dommett (in Buckland St. Mary), 111, 116

Donisthorpe:
-, Anna Maria Susanna, see Donne
-, Revd. Geo., 15
-, fam., 19

Donne:
-, Alice, w. of John (fl. 1739), see Merifield
-, Anna Maria Susanna, m. Revd. Geo. Donisthorpe, 15–16, 37
-, Benj. J. M., 15
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Parsons, 15
-, Jas., 15–16, 86
-, John (fl. 1739), 15, 85
-, John (d. 1768), 15, 85–6
-, John (fl. 1800), 46
-, fam., 149

Donyatt, 107, 119, 232

Dorchester (Dors.), 5, 37, 62–3, 225, 226 n

Dorset, marquess of, see Beaufort; Grey

Dorset, 1, 5, 7, 35, 105, 206, 224, 230–1 sheriff of, see Oliver, Jordan Standing Committee, 228–9
-, and see Askerswell; Beaminster; Bettiscombe; Long Bredy; Bridport; Broadwindsor; Burton Bradstock; Cerne Abbas; Charmouth; Chedington; Chelborough; Clifton Maybank; Over Compton; Compton Valence; Dorchester; Drimpton; Evershot; Frampton; Gaunts; Gillingham; Hilton; Holwell; Hook; Iwerne Courtney; Lulworth; Lyme Regis; Maiden Newton; Mangerton; Mappowder; Meerhay; Moreton; Mosterton; Netherbury; Parnham; South Perrott; Pilsdon; Poole; North Poorton; Powerstock; Ryme Intrinseca; Sandford Orcas; Sandpit; Seaborough; Shaftesbury; Sherborne; Steepleton Iwerne; Stinsford; Stoke Abbott; Swyre; Tarrant Gunville; Thorncombe; Thornford; Whitchurch Canonicorum; Wimborne Minster; Winterborne St. Martin; Woodlands; Yetminster

Dorville, John Wm., 228

Doulting, 155

Dowding:
-, Eliz., m. Adolphus Kent, 55
-, Fred., 55
-, Peter, 55

Dowlish, Eustace of, and his w. Helen, 177

Dowlish Wake (East Dowlish), 25, 111, 128, 141, 143, 146, 151–6, 157
-, adv., 154
-, agric., 153
-, Bere, 151–4, 156–7
-, chant., 155
-, ch., 151, 154–6, 160
-, cts., 154
-, curates, 155; and see Mules, J. H.
-, dom. archit., 151–2, 155, 193
-, fms., 153
-, fields, 153–4
-, friendly soc., 152
-, glebe, 154
-, inc., 153
-, inns, 152
-, man., 152–4
-, man.-ho., 151, 153, 160
-, mills, 144, 151, 153–4
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 152
-, nonconf., 156
-, par. officers, 154
-, poorho., 154
-, pop., 152
-, rector, 132, 154, 156; and see Austell; Collinson; Crauden; English; Hunt; Kinder; Mules, F. H.; Speke, Benj., Hugh, Phil., Wm.; Williams, John
-, rectory ho., 151, 154–5
-, sch., 156
-, tithes, 154
-, 'Wythele', 153

Dowlish, West, 145, 151, 153–5, 159–60

Downham:
-, Jas. (d. c. 1556), 32, 136
-, Jas. (fl. 1638), 25
-, John (fl. 1618), 25
-, —, John, son of, 25
-, Peter, 25
-, Wm. (fl. 1589), 136
-, Wm. (fl. 1629), 136

Downton (Wilts.), 105

Drake:
-, Agnes, see Mathew
-, Geo., 225
-, Hen., 225
-, Honor, m. John Bowditch, 225
-, John, 225–6
-, Mary, 225
-, fam., 225 n

Draper:
-, Chris., 91
-, Jas., rector of Eastham, 34
-, John (fl. 1492), 45
-, John (fl. 1571), and his w. Eliz., 25
-, John Gray, 22
-, Wm., 22

Drayton (in South Petherton), 171, 179, 183–5, 187, 189
-, fields, 172

Drayton, 113, 119

Drew:
-, R. W., architect, 218
-, Wm., 222

Drewer:
-, Eliz., 206
-, Ric., 205–6

Drimpton (in Broadwindsor, Dors.), 14

Dudley, John, earl of Warwick, 212

Dugdale, Jas., rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 218 n, 219

Dukes, Benj., minister of South Petherton, 192

Duloe (Cornw.), 201 n

Dulverton, 178; and see Higher Combe

Dummet, see Domett

Dunkeswell (Devon), 132

Dunn, Eliz., 202

Dunning, —, 25

Dunster:
-, Giles, 206
-, Hen. (d. 1668), 201, 207
-, Hen. (fl. 1680), 201
-, Iron, 202
-, fam., 206

Dunster, 225

Dunwich (Suff.), 49

Duporte, Thos., 71

Durville:
-, Eustace de (fl. 1212), 14, 181
-, Wm. de (late 12th cent.), 14, 181
-, Wm., s. of Eustace, 181
-, fam., 116, 181

Duyn, Nic. de, and his w. Alice, 15

Dyer:
-, Edw., 91
-, Francis, 86
-, John (fl. 16th cent.), 88
-, John, minister, 107
-, Rob., 88, 105
-, Sam., 109
-, Sir Thos., 91

E.

Eadnoth the staller, 53
-, Harding, son of, see Harding

Eames:
-, Agnes Elsie, see Williams
-, R. F. P., 223, 225, 228
-, Thos. Deane, 225, 231
-, Thos. Palmer, 225
-, fam., 223

Earl Marshal, 41; and see Bigod; Marshal; Mowbray

Earnshill Ho., 119

Eason:
-, Eliz., 120–1, 183
-, John, 180, 183
-, fam., 117, 149, 180, 187

Eastham:
-, John of, 12, 33
-, Rog., 12
-, Turstin of, 12, 134 n

Eastham (Easthams, in Crewkerne), 4, 12, 17–19, 26–7, 29, 67, 134
-, adv., 12, 34
-, ch., 4, 12 n, 13, 28, 33–4
-, man., 12–13, 19, 23, 34, 56, 68
-, man.-ho., 13, 23
-, mill, 23
-, rector, 30, 33–4; and see Atkins; Draper
-, tithing, 26, 34
-, toll gate, 7

Ecclesiastical (Church) Commissioners, 55, 86, 92, 116, 143, 145

Eddeva, or Edith 'Swan's neck', 10

Edgar, fam., 26

Edinburgh, 73

Edith, queen, 84

Edith 'Swan's neck', see Eddeva

Edmar, 148

Edmonds:
-, John, 174
-, John Baker (d. 1848), 174, 176, 179–80, 187, 189–90, 196
-, John Baker (fl. 1851), 187, 190
-, Wm., 186

Edward the Confessor, 84

Edward I, 41, 85

Edward IV, 11

Edward VI, 194, 220, 230

Edward, Black Prince, 59

Edwards:
-, Chas., 228–9
-, Hen. (d. 1850), rector of Wambrook, 228–9
-, Hen. (d. 1881), rector of Wambrook and Churchstanton, 228–9
-, Martha, 228

Egbert, king, 224

egg shackling, 221–2

Eleanor of Castile, queen, 85

Elford, John, 24

Elim Pentecostalists, 61, 151

Elizabeth I, 182

Elizabeth of York, queen, 30

Elliott (Eliot):
-, Ann, 219
-, Hen., 24
-, Jas., 89
-, Jas., minister of Shepton Beauchamp, 219
-, John, 89
-, fam., 24

Ellis, John, 87

Elsdon:
-, Wm., 64
-, —, w. of, see Curry

Elton:
-, Sir Abraham, Bt. (d. 1728), 233
-, Abraham (d. 1762), 233–4
-, Chas. Isaac, 232–3
-, Edw., 124
-, Fred., 233
-, Isaac (d. 1774), 233
-, Isaac (d. 1790), 233–4
-, Isaac (d. 1837), 233
-, Jacob, 233
-, N. W. D., 236
-, Rob. Jas., 233–4, 238
-, W. T., rector of Whitestaunton, 236–7
-, Wm. Marwood, 235
-, Wm. Warry, 124, 143
-, fam., 233, 235, 238

emigration, 28, 48, 59, 102, 114, 191, 207, 216

England:
-, Jas., 182, 187, 212
-, Mary, 121
-, Rob., 21
-, Stephen (fl. 1659), 189
-, Stephen (fl. 1699), 189
-, Wm., 212

Engleskevill, Theobald de, 41

English, Nic., rector of Dowlish Wake, 155

Erle-Drax-Grosvenor, see Grosvenor

Erridge, E. F., 170

Erskine:
-, John, earl of Mar (d. 1634), 201
-, John, earl of Mar (d. 1653), 201

escheator, 184–5

Esse:
-, Alan de, 142; and see Kingston
-, Joan, see Furneaux
-, Mat. de, 123, 142–4, 157
-, Ric. de, and his w. Alice, 14; and see Asshe

Essex, earl of, see Devereux

Essex, 159; and see Hacton; Upminster; Stanstead

Esthalle:
-, Ela, see Sor
-, Wm. de, 122

Estmond:
-, Chris., 226
-, Mary, m. Humph. Coffin, 225
-, Nic., 225
-, Thos., 225–6
-, Wm., 228
-, fam., 45

Ethelred II, 20

Ethelweard, 10

Eu, counts of, 41; and see William

Eustace, count of Boulogne, 84, 87, 180
-, Geof., s. of, 84
-, Maud, da. of, m. King Stephen, 84

Evans:
-, Lewis, curate of Knowle, 162
-, Thos., curate of Seavington St. Mary, 204
-, Wm. Bertram, and his w. Jane, 16

Evercreech, 86, 136, 219

Evershot (Dors.), 22 n, 88

Every:
-, Ann, m. John Leigh, 88
-, John (fl. 1600), 88–9
-, John (d. 1679), 88
-, Wm. (fl. 1586), 88
-, Wm. (fl. 1600), 89
-, Wm. (d. 1652), 88

Exeter, bps. of, 142; and see Neville, Geo.

Exeter, duke of, see Holand

Exeter, earl of, see Reviers, Baldwin

Exeter, marquess of, see Courtenay, Hen.

Exeter, 5, 27, 30, 38, 58, 67, 128, 155–6, 163–4, 168, 172, 185, 199, 205, 229
-, bell-founders, 156, 230
-, Godshouse, 185

Exeter College, Oxford, 175, 237

F.

fair, see Crewkerne; Cricket St. Thomas; Hinton St. George; Lopen; Martock; Merriott; Petherton, South; Shepton Beauchamp

Fairfax, Sir Thos., Ld. Fairfax, 10

Falconer:
-, Avice, m. Rob. de la Linde, 148
-, Joan, 148
-, fam., 148

falconer:
-, Rob. the, see Robert
-, Siward the, see Siward
-, Wm. the, see William

Falevy, John de, 212

Fane:
-, John, earl of Westmorland, 179, 212
-, Sarah Anne, see Child
-, Sarah Sophia, m. Geo. Villiers, earl of Jersey, 179, 212

Fanstone, John, 88, 105

Fareways, Joan, and her s. Wm., 213

Farnaby (Bainrafe), Thos., 84, 108, 196

Farnebergh, John de, and his w. Eliz., 224

Farnham:
-, Hugh, 64
-, Thos., 108
-, fam., 65

Farrant, Mr., 99

Farwell:
-, Art. (d. 1625), 114
-, Art. (fl. 1642), 114

Fauconberg:
-, Sir Peter de, 91
-, Peter de, 91
-, Rob. de, 91
-, Wal. de, 91
-, Wm. de, and his w. Maud, 91

felons' goods, 2, 26, 100

Felton,—, 43

Fenne, Hugh de la, 91

Ferrey, Benj., architect, 60

Fidelity Trust, 182

Fiennes:
-, Ingram de (d. 1189), 84
-, Ingram de (d. c. 1270), 85, 99
-, John de, 85
-, Rob. de, 85
-, Sibyl, see Boulogne
-, Wm. de (fl. 1206), 84
-, Wm. de (fl. 1230), 85
-, Sir Wm. de (d. 1302), 11, 85
-, fam., 105

Filoll:
-, Anne, m. Sir Edw. Willoughby, 224
-, Cath., m. Edw. Seymour, duke of Somerset, 224
-, Joan, w. of Wm. (fl. 1411), m. (2)
-, Sir Wm. Cheyne, 224
-, John (fl. early 15th cent.), 224
-, John (d. 1468), 224
-, Marg., w. of John (d. 1468), m. (2)
-, John Wroughton, 224
-, Mary, m (1) John de Percy, (2)
-, Ric. Bannebury, 224
-, Wm. (fl. 1354), 224
-, Wm. (fl. 1411), 224
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1527), 224

Finchley (Mdx.), 68

Firth, Capt. C. P. L., 182

Fish, N. G., 197

fishery, 92–3, 96, 99

Fitchett, fam., 21

Fitzalan:
-, Ric., earl of Arundel and Surrey (d. 1376), 206
-, Ric., earl of Arundel and Surrey (d. 1397), 206

Fitzharding:
-, Nic., 54
-, Rob., 53

Fitz Payn:
-, Ela, w. of Rob. (d. 1354), 205
-, Isabel, m. John Chidiock, 142
-, John, 123–4
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1281), 142
-, Rob., Ld. FitzPayn (d. 1315), 142, 205
-, Rob., Ld. FitzPayn (d. 1354), 123, 142, 205
-, Rog., 142

Fitzroy, Hen., duke of Richmond, 85

Fitz Waryn (Fitz Warin):
-, Eliz., m. Sir Ric. Hankeford, 177
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Fulk, see Cogan
-, Sir Fulk (d. 1391), 177
-, Fulk (d. 1407–8), 177
-, Fulk (fl. 1408), 177
-, Pain, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 219

Fivehead, 60

fives, 9, 211

forest, see Neroche

Flax Bourton, 192

Flemyng:
-, Joan, m. Thos. Puf or Pyf, 91–2
-, Rog., and his w. Christine, 91

Flete (in Holbeton, Devon), 178

Flint, Humph., 86

Foliot:
-, Ellen, m. Ralph de Gorges, 69
-, Rob., 69
-, Thos., 69
-, Wal., 69
-, fam., 69

Folsham, Benet de, 85

Fone, Jasper, 24

Forbes, J. E., architect, 115

Ford:
-, Jas., and his s. Rob., 25
-, Thos., 235, 238

Forde (Dors.), abbey, 10, 16, 29, 33, 39, 44, 69–72, 74, 111–12, 122–4, 136–7, 157 n

Fordington, John de, rector of Wambrook, 229

Forest, Stephen, vicar of South Petherton and rector of St. John's chapel, 194

Forster:
-, Ant., 33
-, Nat., curate of Crewkerne and Misterton, 30, 66–7

Forte:
-, Rog., 218
-, Thos., 216
-, Wm., 216
-, fam., 182

Fortescue:
-, John Inglett, 124
-, Sarah Bridget, see Marwood

Forz, Isabel de (Reviers), ctss. of Aumale and Devon, 11, 15, 18, 28, 33, 181, 199

fossor, fossarius, see Gerard

Foster:
-, Hugh, rector of St. John's chapel, South Petherton, 194
-, fam., 21

Foston, Thos., rector of Hinton St. George, 49

Fowler (Fouler):
-, Hen., 41
-, John, 160

fowling, 93

Fownes:
-, Eliz., see Ayshe
-, Ric., 179

Foxworthy, Phil., 139

Frampton (Dors.), 124, 130

France, 195

Franco Quercu (Franckesnei, Fraunchenney), Miles de, 165

frankpledge, view of, 27, 58, 101, 189–90, 217, 236

fraternity (brotherhood), see Chaffcombe; Crewkerne; Martock; Petherton, South; Whitestaunton

Fraunceis, John (later Gwyn), 16

Fraunchenney, see Franco Quercu

Freke:
-, Edw., 13
-, Francis, 13
-, John, of Crewkerne, 13, 24, 32
-, John, of Hilton, 13
-, Rob., 13, 16, 34
-, Sir Thos., 16
-, Thos., 16
-, Wm., 13
-, fam., 34

French:
-, Jeremiah, 34
-, Wm., 21
-, fam., 58

friendly societies: see Barrington; Crewkerne; Dowlish Wake; Martock; Merriott; Misterton; Petherton, South; Seavington St. Michael; Shepton Beauchamp

fruit growing, 167; and see market gardening; nurseries

Fry (Frye):
-, Edw., 108
-, Eliz., 55
-, Francis Jas., 135
-, Hen., 55
-, John, 90
-, Nic. le, 14
-, Susannah, see Abraham
-, Wm., 139
-, and see Andrews, alias Fry

Fulford, Wm., prebendary of Cudworth, 142

Fuller:
-, John, curate of Crewkerne, 30
-, Thos., 43 n

Funtaynes:
-, Isabel, see Bel
-, Reynold, 181

Furneaux:
-, Alan de (fl. 1186), 122, 142–5, 157, 162
-, Alan de (fl. 1236), 142, 144
-, Alan de (fl. 1286), 142, 157, 181
-, Geof. de, 122, 142, 145, 157
-, Joan, m. Mat. de Esse, 142

G.

Gahagan, Lucius, 140

Gale, Edm. Escourt, 177

gallows, 58

Gapper, Mary Ann, 37

Gardner:
-, John, 108
-, John, minister, 107
-, Wm., 99

Garvys, Rog., 34

Gaunts (Dors.), 225

Gawbridge (in Kingsbury Episcopi), mill, 100

Gaylard, Nic., rector of Babcary, 188

Gear, Mary, 63

Geffereys, John, 202

Genest:
-, John, 13
-, Peter, 13
-, Sophia, see Parratt

Geoffrey, bp. of Coutances, 122, 152

George, Ernest, 70

Gerard the trencher (fossor, fossarius) 164–6

Gerard:
-, Rob., 182
-, Thos., 42, 176
-, fam., 45

German (Teutonicus), Terry the, 176

Gibbs:
-, Gregory, 70
-, Hugh Daubeney, 70

Gibson, Anne, 156

Gidley, Bart., 21–2, 24

Gifford (Giffard, Jeffard):
-, Alice, m. Phil. Denebaud, 41
-, Ann, m. Sir Alex. Brett, 237
-, Edm., rector of Wayford, 74
-, Jas., 168
-, John (fl. 13th cent.), 41
-, John (fl. 16th cent.), 237
-, Wm., 177

Gilbert:
-, Jas., 85
-, Wm., bp. of Mayo and abbot of Bruton, 180, 192

Giles, C. E., architect, 106

Gillingham:
-, Ralph (d. 1729), 65
-, Ralph (d. 1802), 65
-, fam., 65

Gillingham (Dors.), 226

Gilmour, D. G., 84

Gittisham (Devon), 114; and see Combe

Glade:
-, John (fl. 1561), 227
-, John (d. 1626), 227
-, Rog., 227

Glamorgan, 117, 138; and see Lanelay (in Llanharan)

Glanfield, Wm., 196, 222

Glasbroke, Peter, rector of Seavington St. Michael, 150, 209

Glastonbury, 25
-, abbey, 60, 147–8, 206–7

Gloucester, ctss. of, see Burgh

Gloucester, earls of, see Audley; Clare; Monthermer

Gloucester:
-, duchy, 148
-, honor, 54, 112, 122, 148, 205

Gloucestershire, 122; and see Newent; Uley; Stapleton; Tewkesbury

Glover:
-, Wm. (fl. 16th cent.), 22
-, Wm. (d. 1644), 186

gloving, 20, 22 n, 47–8, 58, 82, 98, 108, 117, 126, 131, 144, 149, 153, 161, 186–7, 203, 207, 216, 221, 235

Glyde:
-, Ellanette, see Richards
-, John, 88
-, fam., 94

Glyn:
-, Sir Ric., Bt., 225
-, Sir Ric. Carr, Bt., 225, 227
-, Sir Ric. Geo., Bt., 225
-, Sir Ric. Plumptre, Bt., 225, 230

Godard, Thos., vicar of South Petherton, 192

Godric, 157, 180

Godscelyn, Ric., and his w. Joan, 213

Godwin, 53

Godwin, earl, 17

Godwin, king's reeve, 12

Godwin, see Goodwin

Goffe, R. L., 70

Gold (Golde):
-, Jas., 8
-, Marg., 8, 12, 24
-, Thos., 32

Goodden:
-, John (d. 1722), 109
-, John (d. 1883), 85
-, J. R. P., 85
-, Rob., 85, 97
-, Wyndham, 85
-, fam., 86, 99

Goodman, Rob., 91

Goodwin (Godwin):
-, Jas., 157, 159
-, fam., 16

Gorges:
-, Ellen, see Foliot
-, Ralph de, 69
-, Thos., 69
-, Wm., 69

Goring, Geo., Ld. Goring, 10, 175

Gorney, see Gournay

Gough:
-, John, 54, 58
-, Rob. (fl. 1608), 54
-, Rob. (fl. 1669), 54, 61

Gould:
-, Barnard, 100
-, C. R., 123
-, R. S. J., 123
-, Thos., 99
-, fam., 100, 189

Gournay (Gorney):
-, Alice, w. of Sir Mat., see Beauchamp
-, Sir Mat., 91, 206, 217
-, Philippe, w. of Sir Mat., m. (3) Sir John Tiptoft, 91
-, Ric., 176

Gove, Ric., rector of Hinton St. George, 49

Graham, Thos., 13

Gray:
-, H. St. Geo., and his w., 87
-, Wm., 15, 22
-, and see Grey

Grayson, A. B., architect, 195

grazing, 130–1, 137

Greenfield, Jos., rector of Whitestaunton, 237

Greenham (in Wayford), 37, 68–9, 72–3

Greenway:
-, John, 20–1
-, John, vicar of Merriott, 60
-, Ursula, 71 n
-, fam., 71

Greenway (Devon), 124

Greenwood:
-, Frances, see Wyke
-, Thos., 54

Gregory, Wm., rector of Misterton, 67

Gressham, Paul, 91

Greville:
-, Eliz., see Willoughby
-, Sir Fulk, 201

Grey:
-, Cecily, see Bonville
-, Hen., marquess of Dorset, duke of Suffolk, 54, 58, 88, 114
-, Thos., marquess of Dorset (d. 1501), 54, 88
-, Thos., marquess of Dorset (d. 1530), 54, 88
-, and see Gray

Grimstead:
-, Ann, 70
-, Edw., 138
-, John, 138
-, Thos., 138

Grosvenor:
-, Jane, see Warre
-, Jane Frances, m. J. S. W. Sawbridge, 214
-, Ric. Erle-Drax-, 214
-, Ric. Edw. Erle-Drax-, 214
-, Sir Rob., Bt., 214
-, Thos., 214
-, fam., 214

Grove, Thos., minister, 107

Gryce, Wm., 33

Guilford, earl of, see North

Gulden (Guldene):
-, Hen. le, 44
-, Joan, 44
-, Thos., 44
-, fam., 56

Gummer:
-, Jas., 167
-, Joshua, 170
-, Rob., 170
-, fam., 205 n

Gundry:
-, Nat., 178
-, Nic., 178
-, Sam., 197
-, Thos. (fl. 1698), 178
-, Thos. (fl. 1749), 178, 183
-, fam., 178, 183

Gunston, Percival, 67

Guppy, Thos., 24

Guyan:
-, Geoffrey, 1 n
-, John, 1 n

Guyan, see Crewkerne

Gwyn:
-, Edw. Prideaux, 16
-, Francis (d. 1734), and his w. Marg., 16
-, Francis (d. 1752), 16
-, John Fraunceis, 16

H.

H., M., goldsmith, 128, 150

Hacton (in Upminster, Essex), 15

Haddesfeld, Wm., 11

Halberton (Devon), 116

Hale, see Heyle

Hall:
-, A. A., 135
-, Mrs. Jane, 135

Hallett:
-, Barnaby (17th cent.), and his w. Kath., 63
-, Barnaby (d. 1724), 63, 65
-, Grace, m. Wm. Cox, 63
-, John (fl. 1789), 64
-, John (d. 1838), and his w. Maximilla, 64
-, Merifield, 63
-, Thos., and his w. Mary, 64
-, Wm., and his w. Sarah, 64
-, Mr., minister, 107
-, fam., 63

halmote, 190, 207, 217

Halswell:
-, Nic. (d. 1564), 90
-, Sir Nic. (fl. 1570), 90
-, Rob., 90

Hamlet, Jos., curate of Barrington, 119

Hamlyn, fam., 97

Hampshire, see Christchurch; Stoke Charity; Weeke

Hampstead Marshall (Berks.), 41

Hankeford:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Ric., see Fitz Waryn
-, Eliz., da. of Sir Ric., 177
-, Sir Ric., 177
-, Thomasia, m. Wm. Bourgchier, 177

Hanning:
-, Barnaby, 50
-, John, 115–17, 153
-, John Lee, see Lee
-, Susannah, see Harvard
-, Wm., 115–16
-, fam., 115

Hansford, R. B., 100

Harbour, Sam., 143

Harcourt, Jas., vicar of South Petherton, 192–3

Harding son of Eadnoth the staller, 53–4, 56, 58, 164, 166

Harding:
-, John, Field Marshal Ld. Harding, 175
-, Thos., 203
-, fam., 208

Hardington Mandeville, 107

Hare, Thos., curate of Chillington, 132

Harewell, John, bp. of Bath and Wells, 59

Harington:
-, Isabel, see Cogan
-, Jas., 232
-, Sir Rob., 177
-, Roberta, see Hugyn

Harold II, 10

Harp, South (Southampton, Southyngton, in South Petherton), 131, 171–2, 178–9, 184, 186, 189, 195
-, cts., 190
-, man., 177–9, 183, 187, 190, 193
-, man.-ho., 185
-, tithing, 111, 175, 178, 190

Harpford (in Langford Budville), 182

Harptree, West, 87

harriers, 223

Harris (Harrys):
-, Eliz., see Johnson
-, Honoria, m. Wm. Spencer Palmer, 71
-, Jas. Lloyd, 71
-, John, 178
-, John Burland, see Burland
-, Mary Anne, see Burland
-, Thos., vicar of South Petherton, 192

Harrison, fam., 199 n

Hart, Art., 21

Hartley:
-, Holliday, 123, 127, 143, 159
-, Nat., 159

Harvard:
-, Susannah, m. John Hanning, 115
-, Thos., 115

Harvey (Harvie):
-, Agnes, 238
-, John, 235

Haselbury, St. Wulfric of, 32

Haselbury Plucknett, 7, 9, 34, 66
-, Br., 5, 7

Hastings:
-, Francis, earl of Huntingdon, 116
-, Selina, ctss. of Huntingdon, 107

Hatch Beauchamp, 182, 212

Havegod, Hen., and his w. Joan, 213

Hawkchurch (Devon), 25, 225

Hawkesley, Jane, 37

hawking, 93, 96

Hawkins, Thos., 25

Hawley, Sir Hen., and his w., 16

Haydon, Jas., 72

Hayes, John, 13, 34

Haythorn, see Kingsbury Episcopi

Hayward:
-, Isaac, 58
-, R.H., 53
-, Ric., 21, 25
-, fam., 21

Healy, John, 46

Hearen:
-, Benj., 180
-, Rob., 180

Heathfield, 61

heathland, 148, 153, 171, 234

Hebditch:
-, Harry, 98
-, Revd. Sam., 170
-, Simeon, 188
-, Wm., 61
-, fam., 188

Hecstanes, Wm. de, 124

Hele:
-, Sir Hen., 178
-, Dr. Hen., 15, 179–80
-, Penelope, see Johnson
-, Ric., 178
-, Sir Thos., 178
-, Thos. (d. 1665), 178
-, fam., 186
-, and see Heyle

Helen the usher, 178

Helhouse, Wm., 179

Helliar (Helyar):
-, John, 46, 51, 202
-, Wm., 183

Hendford (in Yeovil), 78

Hendyman, Thos., rector of Crewkerne, 30

Henley:
-, Sir And., Bt. (d. 1675), 14
-, Sir And., Bt. (fl. 1700), 14–15, 22
-, Hen. (fl. 1609), 206
-, Hen. (fl. 1732), 206
-, Hen. Holt, 137
-, Hen. Hoste, 124
-, Hen. John, 124
-, John de, 15
-, Sir Rob., 14–15
-, fam., 125–6

Henley (in Crewkerne), 4–5, 14–15, 20, 22, 29, 37, 62, 64
-, man., 14–15, 19
-, man.-ho., 15

Henry I, 10, 28

Henry II, 175, 191

Henry VII, 11, 85, 129, 176

Henry VIII, 30, 55, 85

Henstridge, Toomer, q.v.

Herbert:
-, Wm., earl of Huntingdon, 91
-, Sir Wm., 16

Herdsman, Ric., minister, 195

Hereford, 38

Herenden, Milicent, 99

hermit, 33

Hertfordshire, see Cheshunt

Hertrugge:
-, Eliz., 224
-, John de, 224
-, Nicole, 224

Hestercombe (in Cheddon Fitzpaine), 44, 61 n

Heston (Mdx.), Osterley Park, q.v.

Hewish (in Crewkerne), 4–5, 7, 9, 11, 15, 17–19, 33, 35, 38, 62
-, ch., 33, 37
-, man., 15–16, 19
-, mill, 25
-, sch., 33, 37
-, tithing, 26

Heyle (Hale), John, 184

Heyron:
-, John (d. 1501), 56, 214
-, John (d. 1507), 56, 214
-, —, m. Geo. Sydenham, 214 n
-, —,m.—Rosse, 214

Hicks and Isaacs, architects, 194

Hill:
-, Edw., 86
-, John, 25
-, Wm., 138

Hillard:
-, John, 182
-, Rob., 178

Hillyard, fam., 97

Hilmarton (Wilts.), 41

Hilton (Dors.), 13

Hinton, Ld., see Poulett, John (d. 1764)

Hinton, Bower, see Bower Hinton

Hinton St. George, 1–2, 7–8, 15–16, 38–52, 64, 123, 140, 148, 150, 182, 208–9
-, adv., 44, 48
-, agric., 45–7
-, alms-ho., 51
-, chant., 49
-, char., 51–2
-, ch., 17, 39, 44, 48–51
-, Civil War, 41
-, cts., 47–8
-, Craft, Hintonscraft, Northcraft, 39–40, 44–7, 50 n
-, cross, 39–40
-, dom. archit., 40
-, fairs, 47
-, fms., 46–7
-, fields, 4, 39, 45
-, fives wall, 49
-, friendly soc., 40
-, glebe, 49
-, green, 39, 46, 48
-, Hinton Ho., 21, 32, 39–44, 47
-,-, plan, 43
-, hosp., 47
-, inc., 45
-, inns, 40, 48
-, lock-up, 48
-, man., 12, 15, 41–5, 148, 165, 213
-, man.-ho., 15
-, mill, 39, 47, 49
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 41
-, nonconf., 50
-, par. officers, 48
-, park, 4, 9, 17, 38–40, 45–6, 49, 147–9
-, poorho., 48
-, poor-relief, 48
-, pop., 41
-, Priory, 40, 46, 51
-, quarries, 38–9, 48
-, rectors, 48–51, 150; and see Foston; Gove; Marsley; Mercer; Peacham; Poulett, John; Stambury
-, rectory, 41, 44, 48
-,-, ho., 47, 49
-, sch., 47, 49–51, 170
-, tithes, 44, 48–9
-, Townsend, 39
-, warren, 9, 39, 40 n
-, woodland, 39–40

Hippisley:
-, Chris., 141
-, John (fl. 1576), 183
-, John (d. 1664), 135
-, John (d. 1665), 135
-, Marg., m. John Coxe, 135
-, Marg., see Preston
-, Preston, 135, 139
-, Ric., 135
-, fam., 185

Hitchcock:
-, John, 24
-, Rob., 24

Hodges, Wm., 24

Hody:
-, And. (d. 1517), 90
-, Eliz., see Jew
-, Hen., 89
-, Humph., 13 n
-, Sir John (d. 1441–2), 90
-, John (d. 1497), 90
-, John (fl. 1541), and his s. John, 226
-, John (fl. 1621), 89
-, John (fl. 1639), 25
-, Ric. (d. 1536), 89
-, Ric. (fl. 1555), 89–90, 182
-, Ric. (early 17th cent.), and his w. Grace, 89
-, Rob., 25
-, Wm. (d. 1535), 89
-, Wm. (fl. 1555), 89–90

Hoeli, 122 n

Holand, Hen., duke of Exeter, 91

Holbeton (Devon), Flete, q.v.

Holborne, Col., 10

Holebroke:
-, Thos. de, 180
-, fam., 180

Holman, Hen., 21

Holwell (Dors.), 155

Holywell (Oxf.), 194

Honiton (Devon), 18, 223, 225, 231

Hood:
-, Alex., Vct. Bridport, 135–6, 138, 140–1
-, Alex. Nelson, Vct. Bridport, 70–1, 135, 139, 143
-, Charlotte Mary, see Nelson
-, Maria Sophia, see Bray
-, Sam., Ld. Bridport, 70, 72, 135, 137, 140

Hook (Dors.), 100

Hooper (Hoper):
-, Eliz., 58
-, Hen., 54, 56
-, Jas. (fl. 1546), 58
-, Jas. (d. 1598), 54, 61
-, Wm., rector of Crewkerne, 30
-, fam., 58

Hooton, Hen., 225, 227

Hope, Sarah, 86

Hoper, see Hooper

Hopkins:
-, Eliz., 109
-, Jesse, 58, 100
-, John, 100
-, Revd. John, 180
-, Maurice Uphill, rector of Wayford, 74
-, Thos., 100
-, Wm., 100
-, Wm. Culliford, 100
-, fam., 100

Hopton, John, see Yates

Hornblotton, 192

Horner, John, 183

Horsey:
-, Edw., 16, 29
-, John de, 24
-, Peter, 170

Hosegood, John, 73

Hoskins (Hoskyns):
-, Revd. Chas. Thos., 34
-, H. W., 13
-, H. W. P., 13
-, H. W. W., 13
-, Revd., Hen., 13
-, Thos., 34
-, Wm. (d. 1813), 13
-, Wm. (d. 1863), 13, 33–4
-, fam., 34

Hossem:
-, John (d. 1778), 225
-, John (fl. 1796), 225

hostiarius, see John the usher

Houndsborough, hund., 112

Hounslow (Mdx.), 45

Howard:
-, Cath., m. Hen. Daubeney, earl of Bridgwater, 114–15, 176
-, John, duke of Norfolk, 129
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk, 85
-, fam., 115

Hucker, John, rector of Cricket St. Thomas, 140

Hudson, Eliz., 86

Hugyn:
-, Joan, m. Sim. Brett, 233
-, Joan, w. of John (d. 1485), 233, 236
-, John (fl. 1422), 232 n
-, John (fl. 1473), 232–3, 236
-, John (d. 1485), 233
-, John (d. 1493), 233
-, Roberta, w. of Thos. (fl. 1422), m. Jas. Harington, 232, 236
-, Thos. (fl. 1422), 232 and n
-, Thos. (fl. 1473), 232

Huish Episcopi, 107; and see Wearne

Hull(Hulle):
-, Art., 131
-, Chris., minister, 107
-, Joan, m. John Creeke, 136
-, Ric., 24
-, Rob., 25
-, Rob., and his s. John, 135
-, Wal. de, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 219
-, fam., 144

hundred courts, 1–3, 76–7, 111–12

Hungerford:
-, Marg., see Botreaux
-, Sir Rob., 135
-, Rob., 13, 34

Hunt:
-, John, minister at Dowlish Wake, 155
-, Rog., 191

Huntingdon:
-, ctss. of, see Hastings
-, earl of, see Hastings; Herbert

Hurcott (Herdecote, in Seavington St. Mary), 111, 198–9, 201–4
-, ct., 203

Hurd (Hurdd):
-, Francis, 86
-, Jas., 100

Hurding:
-, Hen., 90
-, Ralph, 90

Hurst (in Martock), 78, 82–5, 93–4, 97–8, 102, 107
-, fields, 82
-, Hurst Bow, 78, 82
-, inc., 94
-, tithing, 76, 82, 92, 109

Hussey:
-, Augustus Hen., 16
-, H., 16
-, John, 16–17, 20, 74
-, Thos., 16
-, Wm., 5, 16
-, fam., 19

Hutchings (Hutchins):
-, Bernard, 45–6, 51, 130
-, John (fl. 1732), 206
-, John (fl. 1770), 207
-, Thos. (fl. 1631), 10
-, Thos. (fl. 1788), 202
-, Thos. (fl. 1852), 203
-, fam., 130, 139, 149, 202, 207

Hyde:
-, Frances, see Woolmington
-, Laurence, 32, 201
-, Rob., 201
-, Thos., 225

Hyngaud, John, and his w. Aubrey, 232

I.

Ikeford, John de, 150 n, 203 n

Ilchester, earl of, see Strangways

Ilchester, 7, 10, 93, 96, 106, 163–4, 168, 198

Ilford Bridges (in Stocklinch Magdalen), 172, 174–5, 198

Illeigh, see Knowle St. Giles

Ilminster, 37, 39, 113, 121, 127–8, 130, 133, 147, 151, 153, 155–7, 160, 162–3, 172, 182, 203, 207, 209–11, 231
-, sch., 162, 209
-, and see Atherstone; Sea

Ilton, 198–9, 201
-, alms-ho., 202
-, prebend, 202
-, prebendary, 201, 204

inclosure:
-, of arable, 19–20, 57, 65, 72, 93–7, 117, 125, 131, 136, 149, 153, 167, 185–7, 203, 207, 215, 234 of forest, 116–17
-, of grassland, 19–20, 93–6, 117, 125–6, 131, 136, 144, 149, 160, 167, 184, 187, 206, 226, 234
-, of wood, 226

Independents, 107, 120, 128, 195

infangthief, 58

intercommoning, 93–6, 226

Ireland, Job, 25

Ireland, 103

Irish, John, 161

Isham, Giles, 189

Isle, lord of, see Reviers, Wm.

Isle, riv., 156–7, 161

Isle Abbotts, 107

Isle Brewers, 113, 119

Isleworth (Mdx.), 212; and see Syon Hill

Iwerne Courtney (Dors.), 13, 16

J.

Jakettes (in Winsham), 234

James I, 185, 201

James II, 229

James:
-, Geo., 128 n
-, John, 8
-, Mr., 128

Jeane, Ric., 16

Jeffard, see Giffard

Jefferies (Jeffries):
-, Thos., bell-founder, 156, 230, 237
-, Wm., bell-founder, 194

Jekyll, Gertrude, 115

Jellan the miller, 188; and see Moleyns

Jersey, earl of, see Villiers

Jersey, 42, 49, 169, 209

Jesuits, 233, 237; and see Roman Catholicism

Jew:
-, Alice, see Pilsdon
-, Eliz., m. (1) Sir John Hody, (2) Rob. Cappes, 90
-, John le, and his w. Joan, 90
-, John (fl. 1336), 90
-, John (d. c. 1416), 90
-, Nic. le, 90
-, Wm. le, 90

Joan of Navarre, queen, 176, 194

Jocelin, bp. of Bath, 48, 176

John, king, 41, 114, 176, 188, 194

John of the mill, 188

John the usher (hostiarius), 177

Johnson:
-, Brome, 178, 182–3
-, Eliz., m. John Harris, 178, 183
-, Emorb, 178, 183
-, Frances, 178, 183
-, John (fl. 1710), 179, 212
-, John (fl. 1726), 179, 212
-, Orlando, 179, 212
-, Penelope, m. Sir Thos. Hele, 178, 183
-, Wm., 15, 182
-, fam., 178

Jolliffe, Geo. Slade, 37

Jordan, alias Stoke, John, rector of Whitestaunton, 236

Jordans (in Ashill), 153

K.

Kail:
-, Humph. de (fl. 1280), 181
-, Humph. de (fl. early 14th cent.), 123, 142, 157, 181, 202
-, Idony, m. John Poulett, 124, 142, 181
-, John de, 142, 144, 181
-, Thos. (fl. 1256), 181
-, Thos. (d. 1394), 124, 142, 181
-, Wm. de, 123, 142, 144, 181
-, fam., 143–4, 161, 181, 202

Kaynes:
-, Isabel, see Wake
-, Joan, m. (1) John Speke, (2) Hugh Champernowne, 124, 143, 152
-, John (fl. 1325), 152
-, John (d. 1419), 144, 152, 202
-, John (d. 1420), 124, 143, 152, 155
-, Thos., 130, 152
-, fam., 130, 155

Kempe, C. E., 120

Kempthorne, Sampson, architect, 32, 67, 106

Kemshead, J., architect, 32 n, 43

Kencott (Oxon.), 179

Kene:
-, Ant., 89
-, Hugh, and his w. Agnes, 89
-, Wm., 89

Kenn, Eliz., m. John, 1st Ld. Poulett, 42

Kensitites, 219

Kent:
-, Revd. Adolphus, 55
-, Eliz., see Dowding
-, Nat., 40
-, Thos., rector of Crewkerne, 30

Kent, earl of, see Neville

Kent, see Boxley Abbey; Maidstone; Tenterden

Kentsford (in St. Decum s), 56

Kentwell Hall (in Long Melford, Suff.) 115 n

Kerley, John, 238

Kettering (Northants.), 175, 195

Key, John, 184

Keymer:
-, Eliz., see Daubeney
-, Wm., 70, 73

Kidder, Ric., bp. of Bath and Wells, 30

Kidwelly:
-, Sir Morgan, 44
-, fam., 56

Kilmersdon, 107

Kinder, Hen., rector of Dowlish Wake, 154

King:
-, Caleb, 13, 34
-, Christian, see Corfield
-, Marg., see Yeatman

Kingman, Thos., 136

Kingsbury Episcopi, 78, 88, 96, 106–7, 113, 120–1, 171–2, 189, 213, 219–20
-, Burrow, 120
-, Clopton, 181
-, Gawbridge, q.v.
-, Haythorn, 92
-, Lambrook, q.v.
-, Radwell, 181–2

Kingsdon, 169
-, Kingsdon Cary, 55

Kingsmoor (in Somerton and Long Sutton), 79, 81, 92, 96–7

Kingston:
-, Alan of, 142
-, John, bell-founder, 32, 50, 61, 220
-, Ralph, 142

Kingstone, 39, 130–1, 147–9, 151, 154, 156, 169, 199
-, and see Allowenshay; Ludney

Kirk, Col. Piercy, 10

Kirkham, fam., 237

Kirkup, Jas., minister, 195

Kittisford, see Cothay

Klee:
-, Eliz., see Brett
-, Hen., 233

Klondyke, 152

Knight:
-, Joan, see Merifield
-, Rob., minister, 35
-, Rob., 85
-, Wm., bell-founder, 128

knight:
-, Wal. the, see Walter
-, Wm. the, see William

Knovill, Gilb. de, 116

Knowle:
-, Maud, 157 n
-, Ric. of, 157, 162 n

Knowle St. Giles, 111, 121–3, 126–7, 142–4, 151, 156–63, 202
-, adv., 157, 162
-, agric., 160–1
-, canal, 157
-, ch., 145, 157, 161, 162–3
-, Civil War, 157
-, cts., 161–2
-, curates, 162; and see Allen, F. E.; Allen, John; Allen, J. T. W.; Boger; Evans, L.; Lucette; Patch; Phillips, Geo.; Watson
-, dom. archit., 159
-, fms., 160–1
-, fields, 160
-, glebe, 160, 162
-, green, 156–7, 159–60
-, Illeigh, 125, 145, 157, 159–62
-, Illeigh, South, 111, 157
-, inc., 160
-, man., 125–6, 157, 159–62
-, man.-ho., 159–60
-, mills, 156–7, 160–2
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 157
-, par. officers, 162
-, Pinkham, 157, 160–1
-, poorho., 162
-, pop., 157
-, rly., 157
-, sch., 163
-, tithes, 143, 162
-, Wood, 123, 135, 160
-, woodland, 160
-, Woodhouse, 125, 156–7, 159, 161

Knyvett:
-, Sir Wm., 11, 33
-, Joan, see Courtenay

Kympe, Ric., 185

Kyrton:
-, Edw., 218
-, Marg., 218
-, Ric., 183

L.

Lacy:
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, 152
-, Jas., 13
-, John (d. 1529), 13, 34
-, Thos., 13, 34

Lade:
-, Benj. de la, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 219
-, Wm. de la, 95
-, Wm. de la, or the Marshal, 96 n

Lambert:
-, Revd. Burges, 63
-, John, 124
-, Wm. Chas., 63–4, 67

Lambrook (in Kingsbury Episcopi):
-, East, 78, 171–2, 189
-, Middle, 166, 171, 179, 189, 220
-, West, 172

Lancaster, duchy of, 152

Lancecombe, Lancelecumbe, Lancerecumbe, see Lanscombe

Landrake (Cornw.), 12

Lanelay (in Llanharan, Glam.), 201

Langdale, John, rector of Cricket St. Thomas, 50, 140–1

Langdon:
-, Augustus, 89
-, J. S. C., 182
-, John Churchill, 182

Langford Budville, see Harpford

Langley:
-, Bryant, 138
-, Hugh, 197

Langport, 10, 29, 96, 99, 107, 118–19, 120 n, 172, 175, 182, 188, 196–7, 211, 214

Langton, John de, 84

Lanherne (Cornw.), 176

Lanscombe (Lancecombe, Lancelecumbe, Lancerecumbe):
-, Hen. of, 135
-, Hugh, 135
-, John, and his s. Wm., 135
-, Luke of, 135

Lansdown, battle of, 10

Lanvyan, And., rector of Crewkerne, 30

Larder, Wm., 73

Largo (Florida), 85

Latter Day Saints, 36

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 193

Lavor:
-, Joan, 88
-, John, 88, 101

Lawrence, Rob., 65

Laycock, Sam., 21

Laymore, see Crewkerne

Layng, Hen., rector of Wayford, 74

Leach:
-, Mary, 109
-, Rob. (fl. 1710), 90
-, Rob. (d. 1780), 90
-, Rob. (d. 1837), 90
-, Rob. (d. 1958), 85
-, Rob. (fl. 1974), 85
-, Thos., 100
-, Wal., 85

Leamington (Warws.), 67

Lean:
-, Jas., 212
-, Jas. Vincent, 212
-, fam., 215

Leaves, Ann, 109

Lede, Hen., 25

Lee:
-, John Lee (Hanning), 115–16
-, Vaughan Hanning Vaughan, 201 and see Leigh

Legg:
-, Hugh, 143
-, John, 226
-, fam., 226

Leggatt, Col. A., 182

Leicester, abbot, 49

Leicestershire, see Loughborough; Market Harborough

Leigh (Lee):
-, Ann, see Every
-, Barnabas Eveleigh, 86, 88
-, Barnaby, 86
-, Eliz. (alias Reynolds), see Pyke
-, Jas. (alias Reynolds), 89
-, John (d. 1688), 88
-, John (fl. early 18th cent.), 88
-, John (d. 1772), 88

Leigh (in Winsham), 111, 125, 137, 234

Leigh (Wilts.), 135

Leland, John, 115, 188

L'Estre:
-, Joan, see Paveley
-, Ric. de, 14
-, Wm. de (fl. 1086), 14
-, Wm. de (fl. 1260), 14

Lethbridge, Art., curate of Barrington, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 119–20, 219

Lewes (Suss.), 87

Lewin, 53, 165

Leyden, 103

Lidden, fam., 65

lights, see Chillington; Petherton, South; Shepton Beauchamp; Whitestaunton

Lillesdon (in North Curry), 159

limekilns, 62, 68, 113, 133 n, 141, 163, 198, 227, 235

Lincoln, earl of, see Lacy

Linde:
-, Alex. de la (fl. 1285), 148
-, Alex. de la (fl. 1465), 148, 208, 217–18
-, Alex. de la (d. 1480), 148
-, Avice, see Falconer
-, Edith, w. of Alex. (d. 1480), m. (2) Sir Wm. Poulett, 148
-, Ellis, 148, 205
-, Rob. de la, 148
-, Thos. de la, 148
-, fam., 130, 148, 205, 208

Lisle:
-, Emme, see Avenel
-, Idony, m. Hugh de Beauchamp, 123
-, John de (fl. 1272), 11, 22, 28
-, John, and his w. Avice (fl. 1484), 25
-, Jordan de, 123
-, Wal. de, 123
-, Wm. de (fl. 1249), 11, 28
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1294), 123, 125
-, fam., 11

Littlecote (in Ramsbury, Wilts.), 89

Llewellins and James, bell-founders, 67, 105, 150, 194

Lo, Wm. de, 23

Load, Little (in Long Sutton), 79 n

Load, Long (Lade, Load St. Mary, in Martock), 78–9, 81, 84, 90, 92–3, 96–7, 100–2, 104–5, 107–8
-, agric., 94–5
-, br., 78–9
-, chap., 103, 105–6
-, ch., 79, 103, 106
-,-, ho., 106
-, ct. ho., 101
-, fms., 79
-, fields, 79, 94–5
-, glebe, 106
-, inc., 79, 94–5
-, inn, 83
-, man., 83, 88, 90, 94, 100, 105–6
-,-, ho., 88
-, sch., 106, 108–9
-, tithes, 106
-, tithing, 76, 79, 94, 101
-, vicar, 109
-, wharves, 79

Locke (Lock):
-, C. J. H., vicar of Misterton, 63
-, Geo. (fl. 1701), 188
-, Geo. (fl. 1750), 195
-, Peter, 206
-, fam., 58

Lockyer:
-, Rob., 24
-, fam., 24

Locock:
-, Betty, 102
-, Thos., 238

Loder, John, rector of Wambrook, 229

Lombard (Lumbard):
-, John, 196
-, Wm., rector of Whitestaunton, 237
-, fam., 125

London, Thos. de, rector of Merriott, 60

London, 5, 10, 15, 17, 21, 32, 44–6, 50, 54, 60, 65, 67, 73, 84, 86, 89, 99, 105, 114–15, 155, 159, 163–4, 168, 172, 179, 183–4, 189, 191–2, 197, 199, 201, 205, 210, 218, 220, 225, 230, 232 n
-, bp. of, 162
-, Fleet prison, 192
-, Inner Temple, 16, 24, 33
-, Lincoln's Inn, 13
-, Middle Temple, 16, 165
-, St. Bartholomew's hosp., 44–5, 48–9
-, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, q.v.
-, Soho, 46
-, Tower of, 30, 49

Long, Rog., 15

Longchamp, John de, 232

Longdon, Rog., 24

Lopen, Hen. de, 165

Lopen, 39, 47, 55–6, 92 n, 111, 140, 150, 163–70, 171–2, 187, 192, 205 n, 206–7
-, adv., 169
-, agric., 166–7
-, Broomhill, 164, 167
-, ch., 166, 169–70, 208
-,-, ho., 170
-, ct., 166, 168
-,-, ho., 164, 168
-, cross, 164, 168
-, curate, 169, 192; and see Billing, Rob. Phelps; Templeman, John; Vawdye
-, dom. archit., 164–5
-, fair, 138 n, 164, 168
-, fms., 167
-, fields, 164, 167
-, glebe, 169
-, green, 163
-, inc., 167
-, ind., 167–8
-, inns, 164
-, Lopen Head, 7, 52, 163–4, 171, 205
-, man., 164–6, 178
-, man.-ho., 164–5
-, mills, 167–8
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 164
-, nonconf., 170
-, par. officers, 169
-, poorhos., 164, 169
-, poor-relief, 168–9
-, pop., 164
-, quarries, 163
-, rector, 169
-, rectory, 164, 169
-, sch., 163, 169–70
-, tithes, 166–7, 169, 180
-, tithing, 168

Lopen, Little (in South Petherton), 166, 171, 183–4
-, chap., 183

Lorty, fam., 116

Loterel, Thos., 91

Lough:
-, Ric., 23
-, Rob., 23

Loughborough (Leics.), 120, 156, 205

Love, Benj., 47

Loveday, John, 43 n

Lovel:
-, Hugh (d. 1291), 134
-, Hugh (fl. 1295), 165
-, Muriel, m. Nic. Seymour, 134
-, Ralph, 134
-, Ric., 134
-, fam., 12

Loveney:
-, And., 183
-, Ric., 183
-, Wal., 183
-, Wm., 183
-, Wm., s. of Wal. (fl. 1301), 183

Lowe, Ric., vicar of Crewkerne and Misterton, 67

Lowman:
-, Hugh Perkins, 14
-, John Perkins, 14
-, Maria, 65
-, Rob., 14
-, fam., 14, 24

Loxton, 183 n

Lucette, C. E., curate of Knowle, 162

Lucy, Wm., 22

Ludney (in Kingstone), 151

Lufton, 55

Lulworth (Dors.), 176

Lumbard, see Lombard

Lumley, Ric., Vct. Lumley, 85

Lydiard Tregoze (Wilts.), see Basset Down

Lyle:
-, Col. A. A., 115
-, fam., 115

Lyme Regis (Dors.), 5, 10, 20, 22, 69

Lympsham, 127

Lyte, Thos., 55, 58

M.

Mackney (Berks.), 189

Maiden Newton (Dors.), 100

Maidment, Mr. L., 159

Maidstone (Kent), 86

Malet, Wm., 165

Malherbe, alias Malet, Sir Wm., 181

Mallock, Thos., 227

Maloisell:
-, Ralph, and his w. Joan, 14
-, Wm., 14

Malvern, Great (Worcs.), 228

Mangerton (in Netherbury, Dors.), 226

Manley:
-, John, 25
-, fam., 25

Mannin, Wm., 221

manufactures:
-, edge-tools, 137–8, 236
-, engineering, 98
-, hair-seating, 21
-, net, 21
-, plastic mouldings, 22
-, poultry appliances, 188
-, rope, 20–1, 57, 98, 111, 167, 188
-, smelting, 234
-, spinning, 25
-, thread, 60
-, tobacco-pipes, 57
-, tow, 25, 72
-, twine, 98, 167, 188
-, yarn, 98, 170, 186
-, and see cloth manufactures

Mappowder (Dors.), 138, 213

Mar, earl of, see Erskine

Marder, John., 22

Maricker, see Marraker

Mark, 145

Marke, John, 174, 186

Marker:
-, Margaretta, see Putt
-, Revd. Hen., 114
-, R. J., 114
-, R. R. K., 114
-, Ric., 114
-, Revd. T. J., 114

market, see Crewkerne; Martock; South Petherton

market gardening, 52, 57, 187; and see fruit growing; nurseries

Market Harborough (Leics.), 195

Marks:
-, Rob., vicar of Merriott and South Petherton, 60, 192
-, Wm., vicar of South Petherton, 192

Marlow, Mic., rector of Whitestaunton, 237

Marraker (Maricker):
-, Chris., rector of Wambrook, 224, 230
-, Hugh, 229
-, John, rector of Wambrook, 229

Marrowe, Thos., 91

Marsh (Marshe):
-, Hen., 26
-, John, 32
-, Wm., 32

Marshal (Marshall):
-, Anselm, 41
-, Judith, 131
-, Maud, m. Hugh Bigod, 41
-, Ric., earl of Pembroke, 41
-, fam., 41

Marsley, John, rector of Hinton St. George, 49

Marston Bigot, 237

Martin:
-, Adam., 24
-, Revd. Amos., 26
-, Ann, see Sherlock
-, Mr., 136

Martineau:
-, G., 14
-, L., 14

Martock (Mertoc), 34, 52, 78–109, 171–2, 175, 183, 188, 196, 216
-, adv., 102–3
-, agric., 78, 84, 92–7
-, Ash, q.v.
-, Bower Hinton, q.v.
-, br., 78, 83, 96–7, 101–2
-, brotherhood, 104
-, chant., 86, 104
-, chap., 86
-, char., 109
-, ch., 17, 78, 83, 86, 91, 102–6, 208
-,-, plan, 105
-, ch. ho., 85, 93, 102
-, Ch. Ho., 103
-, Civil War, 78, 94
-, clubs, 84
-, coaches, 99
-, Coat, q.v.
-, cts., 100–2
-,-, ho., 104
-, cross, 99
-, dom. archit., 49, 79, 81–3, 87, 89, 91, 104
-, fair, 77–8, 93, 99
-, fms., 97
-, Fenn, Fenns, 83, 93, 100
-,-, man., 101
-, fields, 78–9, 83, 93, 97, 109
-, floods, 91
-, friendly socs., 83–4, 108
-, Gawbridge Bow, 78–9, 81, 93
-, glebe, 103
-, Highway, 82, 102, 108
-, Hull, 90
-, hund., 76–7, 92, 99–100, 111–12
-,-, ct. ho., 77 officers, 77, 99
-, Hurst, q.v.
-, inc., 93–4, 103, 109
-, ind., 78, 82–3, 97–9
-, inns, 83–4; George, 83–4, 98
-, Limbury, 82
-, Load, Long, q.v.
-, Loxhill (Lockeshull), 79, 89
-,-, man., 89 man.-ho., 89 and see Ash, Pykesash
-, man., 76–8, 83–94, 99–101, 180
-, man.-ho., 85–6, 93, 108
-, mkt., 77–8, 83, 92–3, 99
-, Mkt. Ho., 93, 99, 102, 104, 208
-, mills, 58, 78, 82–3, 89, 92–3, 98– 100, 103
-, Milton Falconbridge, q.v.
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 107n
-, Newton, q.v.
-, nonconf., 102, 104, 106–8, 195
-, par. cncl., 99, 102
-, par. officers, 102
-, Parrett Works, 48, 83, 92, 98–100, 180
-, poorho., 102, 108
-, poor-relief, 102, 109
-, pop., 84
-, publ. serv., 102
-, rly., 78, 81–4, 99
-, rector, 88
-, rectory, 86–7, 92, 101
-,-, ho. (Treasurer's Ho.), 84, 87, 145
-, river traffic, 78–9
-, Sayes:
-,-, agric., 97 man., 90–1, 100–1 man. ho., 91
-, Says Bonville, man., 89 n, 90, 99, 101
-, sch., 77, 102, 104, 107–9
-,-, ho., 49, 84–5, 100, 108
-, shambles, 99
-, Stapleton, q.v.
-, streets, 83–4, 99
-, tithes, 86–7, 96, 103
-, tithings, 78, 82–3, 92–3, 100, 109
-, vicar, 87, 99, 102–6, 108–9; and see Bowyer; Curtis; Salmon; Saunders; Southwood; Spraggett; Stevenson; Wall; Walrond
-, vicarage, 103, 105, 107
-,-, ho., 103
-, Witcombe, q.v.
-, workho., 102

Marwood:
-, Jas., 124, 143
-, Jas. Thos. Benedictus, 124
-, Mary, m. Geo. Notley, 124
-, Sarah, see Sealy
-, Sarah Bridget, m. (1) Hen. Stevens, (2) John Inglett Fortescue, 124, 128
-, fam., 126, 128

Mary I, queen, 219

Mary, Queen of Scots, 42

Marylebone (Mdx.), 34

Massey, Gen. Edw., 41

Masters, Hen., rector of Misterton, 66–7

Mathers, Helen, 63

Mathew:
-, Agnes, m. John Drake, 225
-, Honor, m.—Westcott, 225
-, Sim., 225
-, and see Matthews

Matthews, Thos., 21; and see Mathew

Maud, 180

Maurice, Prince, 10

Mautravers:
-, Eliz., see Aumale
-, Sir John, 90

Mayenne:
-, Hamelin of, 175–6
-, Joel, 176
-, Wal. de, 179

Mayne, Rob., 81, 95

Mayo, bp. of, see Gilbert, Wm.

Meacham:
-, John, curate of Barrington, 119
-, John, 232

Mead, E. R., 159

Mears and Stainbank, bell-founders, 106, 128, 194–220

Melbury (Dors.), 115

Membury (Devon), 222–3, 228

Mercer, Wm. le, rector of Hinton St. George, 49

Mere, Hugh, curate of Barrington and Chillington, 119, 132

Meredith, Griffith, 182

Meriet:
-, Eliz., m. Urry Seymour, 54
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John (d. 1391), see Arundel
-, Geo. de, 54, 56, 58, 168
-, Harding de, see Eadnoth
-, Hen. de, 54
-, Hugh de, 54, 169
-, John de (d. 1285), 54, 58, 164–5
-, John de (d. 1308), 54, 164, 168, 181
-, John de (d. by 1322), 54, 56
-, Sir John de (d. 1327), and his w. Mary, 61 n
-, Sir John de (d. 1369), 54, 164, 166
-, Sir John de (d. 1391), 54–5, 59, 90, 165
-, Marg., w. of John (d. 1285), 164
-, Marg., w. of John (d. 1308), 58
-, Maud, w. of Sir John (d. 1369), m. (2) Sir Thos. Boclond, 58, 164, 166
-, Nic. de (d. by 1229), 54, 60, 166, 169
-, Nic. de (d. c. 1258), 54, 58, 178, 181
-, fam., 164, 168, 181

Merifield:
-, Alice, m. John Donne, 85
-, Alice, w. of Rob. (d. 1686), see Colston
-, Edw., 63
-, Eliz., w. of Rob. (fl. 1557), 15
-, Geo., 9
-, Joan, w. of John (d. 1695), m. (2) Rob. Knight, 85
-, John (d. 1581), 15
-, John (d. 1623), 15
-, John (d. 1666), 10, 15
-, John (d. 1695), 15, 85
-, Mat., 15
-, Rob. (fl. 1557), 15, 24
-, Rob. (d. 1608), 15, 63
-, Rob. (d. 1686), 15, 85
-, Rob. (d. 1739), and his w. Mary, 15
-, Wm. (d. 1728), and his w. Susanna, 15, 85
-, Wm. (fl. 1752), 15, 85–6
-, fam., 19, 55

Merlesuain the sheriff, 178

Merriott, 1, 4–5, 7, 17, 24–6, 32, 39, 50–1, 52–61, 140, 151, 169, 171, 181, 192, 221
-, adv., 55, 59
-, agric., 56–7
-, Ashlands, 53, 56
-, Ashwell, 53
-, Boozer Pit, 60
-, Borough, 52
-, Bow mill, 53, 55–8, 193
-, br., 52
-, char., 61
-, ch., 16, 53, 55, 59–61
-, ch. ho., 60
-, cts., 56, 58–9
-, Crepe, 55
-, dom. archit., 52–3, 55, 193
-, Eggwood, 52–3, 56–7, 60
-, fair, 52, 58
-, fms., 52–3, 55–7
-, fields, 52–3, 57
-, friendly socs., 53
-, glebe, 60
-, Green Nap, 53
-, inc., 57, 60
-, ind., 57–8, 60
-, inns, 53; King's Head, 53, 59
-, lock-up, 59
-, man., 53–7, 59–61, 164–5
-, man.-ho., 55, 57
-, Man. Ho., 52, 55, 57
-, mills, 52–3, 55–6, 58, 100
-, Moorlands, 53, 57, 65
-, nonconf., 61
-, 'Northton', 55
-, par. officers, 59
-, park, 56, 60
-, poorho., 59
-, poor-relief, 59, 61
-, pop., 53
-, quarry, 52
-, rector, 55, 59–60; and see Bernardini; London; Samborne
-, rectory, 55, 59
-,-, ho., 56, 60
-, schs., 61
-, Shutteroaks, Schitrock, 4, 52–3
-, streets, 52
-, tithes, 55, 57, 59–60
-, vicar, 53, 55, 57, 59–61; and see Atkins; Greenway; Marks; Powell; Price; Stacy
-, vicarage, 55, 59
-,-, ho., 55, 60
-, wood, 52–3, 57; and see Eggwood

Merton (Surr.), priory, 102

Methodists, 36–7, 61, 67–8, 107–8, 156, 170, 175, 192, 195–6, 210, 215, 221; and see Wesleyans

Michel, Michell, see Mitchell

Middlemore, Hen., 32, 67, 105 n, 116

Middleney, Ralph de, 99

Middlesex, see Clerkenwell; Heston; Isleworth; Marylebone; Osterley Park; St. Martin-in-the-Fields; Syon Hill; Teddington; Twickenham; Whitton

Middleton:
-, Edw., rector of Chaffcombe, 127
-, Geo., 149
-, John de, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 219
-, fam., 149

Miles:
-, Geo. Fred., 16
-, Ric., 216

Milford, Wm., 206

milk, tithes of, 87

Miller:
-, John, 161
-, Vile, 161

Millerd, Rob., 191

mills, see under parish names s.v. mills
-, 'balling', see Crewkerne
-, blade-, see Cricket St. Thomas; Whitestaunton
-, cider, see Dowlish Wake
-, fulling (tucking), see Cricket St. Thomas; Dowlish Wake; Knowle St. Giles; Martock; Whitestaunton
-, horse-, see Martock
-, malt, see Crewkerne; Martock
-, oat-meal, see Crewkerne
-, paper, see Crewkerne
-, saw, see Cricket St. Thomas
-, snuff, see Martock
-, threshing, see Crewkerne
-, water, see Barrington; Crewkerne; Cricket St. Thomas; Cudworth; Dinnington; Dowlish Wake; Hinton St. George; Lopen; Martock; Merriott; Misterton; Petherton, South; Shepton Beauchamp; Wambrook; Wayford; Whitestaunton
-, wind-, see Crewkerne; Martock; Seavington St. Mary

Milton (Middleton, Milton Falconbridge, Milton Fauconberg, Milton Fawconbridge, in Martock), 79, 81–2, 84, 88, 91–2, 94, 100, 102, 108
-, agric., 96
-, chap., 79, 91, 145
-, ct., 91
-, fms., 79
-, fields, 79, 96
-, inc., 96
-, man., 79, 91, 96, 100–1
-, man.-ho., 79, 91
-, tithing, 76, 78–9, 96, 106

Milverton, Torrell's Preston, q.v.

Minehead, 225

minster, 4, 26, 28–9, 62, 68, 73, 102, 183–4, 191

mint, 184

Minterne:
-, Joan, m. John Whitehead, 25
-, John, 25
-, Martha, 36, 38
-, Ric., 25

Mirfield (Yorks. W.R.), 118, 218

Misterton, And. of, 12

Misterton, 1, 5, 7, 15, 17–19, 24, 26, 28–30, 33–4, 37–8, 62–8
-, adv., 66
-, agric., 64–5
-, br., 62
-, chars., 68
-, ch., 4, 28–9, 33, 62, 66–7
-, ct., 64
-, curate, 66, 68; and see Bearde; Vyall; Winter
-, dom. archit., 33, 62, 64
-, fms., 62, 64–5
-, fields, 62–3, 65
-, friendly soc., 63
-, glebe, 66
-, hosp., 68
-, inc., 65
-, ind., 65
-, inns, 63
-, man., 11, 19, 63–4
-, 'Man. Ho.', 62–4
-, mills, 62, 65
-, Nethertown, 62, 65
-, nonconf., 67–8
-, Old Court, 64, 66–7
-, Overtown, 62, 65
-, par. cncl., 68
-, par. officers, 65–6
-, poorho., 66
-, pop., 63
-, quarries, 62
-, rly., 62–3, 65
-, rector, 66; and see Abbot; Baylie; Gregory; Masters; Nosse
-, rectory, 67
-,-, ho., 67
-, schs., 68
-, tithes, 66–7
-, tithing, 26, 65
-, vicars, 66; and see Ashe, Faithfull; Ashe, Rob. Hoadley; Forster; Locke; Lowe; Tomkins
-, vicarage, 66
-,-, ho., 67

Mitchell (Michel, Michell):
-, John, 33
-, John, and his w. Joan, 63
-, Patrick Reynolds, dean of Wells, 232
-, Percy Reynolds, 233
-, Steph., 1 n
-, Wm., 24

Mohun:
-, John, Ld. Mohun, 11
-, Sir Reynold (d. 1567), 11
-, Sir Reynold, Bt. (d. 1639), 11
-, Rob., 185
-, Warwick, Ld. Mohun, 12
-, Wm., and his w. Isabel, 11
-, Wm. (d. 1587), 1, 11
-, fam., 174, 180, 186

Moleyns:
-, Alice, see Crauthorn
-, Anne, w. of Wm., m. (2) John Dauncye, 189
-, Ant., 189
-, Clemence, w. of John (d. 1387), 183–4, 189
-, Hen. (fl. 1313), 184, 188–9
-, Hen. (fl. 1338), 189
-, Jellan de (late 12th cent.), 189; and see Jellan
-, Jellan de (fl. 1313), 189
-, John de (fl. 1313), 189
-, John de (d. 1387), 183, 189
-, John (d. 1497), 189
-, Nic., 183, 189
-, Ric., 189
-, Wm., 189
-, fam., 182

Monceaux:
-, Agnes de, 11, 18, 24, 28, 33
-, Rob. de, 11

Moncels, Wm. de, 152

Monkton Farleigh(Wilts.), priory, 40, 45, 154

Monkton, West, 89, 116

Monmouth, duke of, see Scott

Monmouth Rebellion, see Chaffcombe; Crewkerne; Cudworth; Hinton St. George; Knowle St. Giles; Lopen; Martock; Petherton, South; Whitestaunton

Montacute:
-, Sibyl, m. Sir Edm. Arundel, 90
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1344), 85, 90, 232
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1397), 85, 152
-, fam., 93
-, and see Montague

Montacute, 25, 50, 106, 108, 147
-, priory, 203

Montague (Montagu):
-, Alice, see Pyke
-, Edw., 175
-, Jas., bp. of Bath and Wells, 49
-, Rob. (fl. 1377), 15
-, Rob. (fl. 1484), 15
-, Wm. (d. 1484), and his w. Florence, 15
-, Wm. (d. 1489), 15, 89

Monteagle, Ld., see Stanley

Monthermer, Ralph de, earl of Gloucester, 123, 205, 208

Mont St. Michel (Manche), abbey, 87–8, 102, 104

Moody:
-, Geo., 178
-, Miss, 178

Moore, Revd. Melville Russell, 228

Morbathe, Hen., and his w. Christine, 91
-, John de, 91
-, Margery, see Fenne

Moreton (Dors.), 225, 227

Morewell, Ric. de, 122

Morgan, Eliz., 221

Morley, Ld., see Parker

Morley and Monteagle, Ld., see Parker

Morne, Wm., 163; and see Morren

Morren (Morne, Morryn):
-, Dorothy, 161
-, Joan, 161
-, Matilda, 161
-, Rob., 161
-, Wm. (d. by 1572), 127, 161
-, Wm. (fl. 1572), 161
-, fam., 161

Morris:
-, Claver, 71
-, Eliz., m. John Burland, 71
-, Molly, see Bragg

Morryn, see Morren

Mortain, ct. of, see Robert; William

Mosterton (Dors.), 62, 75

Mountjoy, Ld., see Blount

Mowbray:
-, Eliz., dchss. of Norfolk, 41
-, John, earl of Norfolk (d. 1432), 41
-, John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1476), 41

Muchelney, 76, 78, 94–5
-, abbot, 93
-, abbey, 55, 59, 93, 95

Mules:
-, F. H., rector of Dowlish Wake, 155
-, Francis, curate of Knowle St. Giles, 162
-, John Hawkes, curate of Cudworth, 146, 155

Mulle, Gilb. atte, 161

Multon:
-, Jas. de (d. by 1316), 199, 201
-, Jas. (fl. 1316), 201
-, John, 201
-, Marg., m. Sir John Streche, 201
-, Maud, see Vaux
-, Thos. (fl. 1252), 199
-, Thos. (fl. 1316), and his s. Thos., 201
-, fam., 181

Mundy, E. P. G. Miller, 135

Musbury (Devon), Ashe, q.v.

N.

Naish:
-, John (d. 1830), 212, 218, 221
-, John (fl. 1845), 203, 212, 215
-, John (fl. 1875), 212
-, Thos. (d. 1813), 212, 218
-, Thos. (d. 1875), 212, 215
-, Thos. (fl. 1875), 212
-, Wm. (d. 1830), 212, 218
-, Wm. (fl. 1845), 203, 212, 215
-, fam., 203, 213, 215, 218

Napier:
-, Edw. Berkeley (d. 1799), 89
-, Edw. Berkeley (fl. 1835), 89
-, Gerard Martin Berkeley, 89

Napper:
-, And., 89
-, Edw., 194
-, Wm., 194

National Trust, 87, 115

Nelson:
-, Charlotte Mary, m. Sam. Hood, Ld. Bridport, 141
-, Revd. Wm., duke of Brontë, 140

Neroche:
-, cast., 210
-, forest, 93, 111, 113, 116–17, 172, 184

Netherbury (Dors.), 25; and see Mangerton

Netherhay (in Broadwindsor, Dors.), 71

Nettlecombe, 56

Neville:
-, Anne, w. of Ric., earl of Warwick, see Beauchamp
-, Anne, w. of Thos., see Portman
-, Geo., bp. of Exeter, 11, 33
-, Isabel, m. Geo. Plantagenet, duke of Clarence, 148
-, Ralph, Ld. Neville, earl of Westmorland, 114, 176
-, Ric., earl of Salisbury, 236
-, Ric., earl of Warwick, 148
-, Thos., 71
-, Wm., earl of Kent, 11

New College, Oxford, 127

Newberry:
-, Hen., 65
-, Dr., 50

Newbury (Berks.), 73

Newent (Glos.), New Court, 71

Newfoundland, 48

Newman, Hen., rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 219

Newton, Chris., 86

Newton (in Martock), 82, 84, 93, 107
-, tithing, 76, 82–3, 92

Nicholas son of Roger, 122

Nicholetts, John Toller, 176, 188, 191, 195

Nicholson, A. K., 32

nonconformists, see Anabaptists; Arminians; Baptists; Bible Christians; Brethren; Calvinists; Congregationalists; Elim Pentecostalists; Independents; Latter Day Saints; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Salvation Army; Southcott's followers; Unitarians; United Reformed Church; Wesleyans

Noneton:
-, Baudry de, 122
-, Marg., see Avenel
-, Margery, m. Rob. de Pudele, 122
-, Warin de, 122
-, fam., 159

Norfolk:
-, ctss. of, see Marshal
-, dchss. of, see Brotherton; Mowbray
-, duke of, see Howard; Mowbray
-, earl of, see Bigod; Mowbray

Norfolk, see Channons; Norwich

Norris (Norys):
-, G. R. G., rector of Wayford, 74
-, Hugh, 174–5
-, John, curate of Crewkerne, 30
-, John (fl. 1549), 116
-, John (fl. 1599), 64
-, Mat., 70, 73
-, Ric., 71
-, Rob., 70, 73
-, Wm. (fl. 1627), 70, 72–3
-, Wm. (d. 1895), 68
-, fam., 73

North:
-, Fred., Ld. North, earl of Guilford, 144
-, Gilb., 168

Northamptonshire, see Kettering

Northcourt (in Shorwell, I.W.), 88

Northill (Cornw.), Trebartha in, q.v.

Northover:
-, Jas., 189
-, Wm., 189

Norton, Wm. John, 159

Norton Fitzwarren, 179, 201

Norton sub Hamdon, 54, 171, 179

Norwich, 115

Nosse, Nat., rector of Misterton, 66–7

Notley:
-, Anne, w. of Marmion, m. (2) C. F. Sweet, 130
-, Geo. (fl. 1709), 137
-, Revd. Geo. (d. 1768), 129–30
-, Revd. Geo. (d. 1831), 124, 129, 136
-, Geo. (d. 1855), 129
-, Jas. Thos. Benedictus (d. 1851), 129
-, Jas. T. B. (d. 1872), 129
-, John, 124, 130, 136
-, Marmion, 130
-, Marwood, 129–30
-, Mary, see Marwood
-, fam., 131

Nottinghamshire, see Wollaton Hall

Nurse, Stephen, 86, 108

nurseries, 46, 57; and see fruit growing; market gardening

Nynehead, 15; and see Chipley

O.

Oakley (in Chilthorne Domer), 92

Oathill (in Wayford), 17–18, 29, 68–9, 71–4
-, Grange, 71
-, man., 70–1
-, tithing, 73–4

obit, see Crewkerne

Odelande (Wodelond), John, rector of Crewkerne, 30

Odolina, anchoress, 32

Offley:
-, Rob., 201
-, Wm., 201

Ogle, Sir Wm., Vct. Ogle, 114

Oliver, rector of St. John's chapel, South Petherton, 194

Oliver:
-, Jordan (fl. 1166), 224
-, Sir Jordan (fl. early 13th cent.), 224
-, Jordan (fl. 1240), sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, 224
-, Nic., 224
-, Sibyl, w. of Sir Jordan, see Aumale
-, Sibyl, m. (1) Humph. de Beauchamp, (2) John de Aldham, 224
-, Wal., 224
-, Wm., 224
-, fam., 224

Orchard, Wm., and his w. Eliz., 34

Orchard Portman, 71

Orchardleigh, 219

Osborn (Osborne):
-, Elias, 129
-, Rob., 138–9
-, Thos., 138
-, fam., 138

Osterley Park (in Heston, Mdx.), 179, 212

Ostler, Wm., 178, 183

Ostricer, Thos. le, 45

Otes, 142

Otterford, 140

Otterton (Devon), priory, 87, 102

Ottery St. Mary (Devon), 138

Ousley, see Owsley

Owen, Thos., 103

Owsley (Ousley, Owseley):
-, Wm., rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 13 n, 33, 68, 219, 222
-, Wm. (fl. 1575), 196
-, fam., 149

Oxenford (in West Dowlish), 151

Oxford, 103, 140, 209, 219
-, Holywell in, 194

Oxford University, 20, 30, 41, 47, 130
-, colleges of, see All Souls; Exeter; New; Pusey House; Queen's; Wadham

Oxfordshire, see Baynton; Bucknell; Caversham; Kencott; Shiplake, Lower

P.

P., C., goldsmith, 147

P., I., goldsmith, 120, 133, 194, 220

Padstow (Cornw.), 155

Paget:
-, John, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 219
-, Revd. Simon, 218

Palfrey:
-, John, 138
-, fam., 223

Palmer:
-, Mrs. Eliz., 145
-, Hen. (fl. 1618), 65
-, Hen. (d. c. 1715), 14
-, Hen. (d. 1740), 14
-, Honoria, see Harris
-, John (fl. 1660), 24
-, John (d. 1696), and his s. John, 24
-, Jos., 14
-, M. A., 98
-, Sam., 46
-, Tristram, 25
-, Wm. Spencer, 71
-, fam., 24, 97

Paris, 176

Paris, see Court

parish officers (less common):
-, mole catchers, 59
-, posts, 1, 58–9, 102

Parke, Jane, 156

Parker:
-, Edw., Ld. Morley, 85–6
-, Eliz., see Stanley
-, Geo., 25
-, Hen., Ld. Morley and Monteagle, 85, 93
-, Ric., 238
-, Rob., 58
-, Thos., 186
-, Wm., Ld. Morley and Monteagle, 85
-, fam., 24, 93

parks, 4, 38–40, 45–6, 56, 60, 69, 81, 114–16, 121–2, 125–6, 133–4, 147, 149, 160, 165, 183–4, 211, 231, 233–4
-, (wild life), 137

Parnham (Dors.), 115

Parratt, Jasper, and his w. Sophia, 13

Parrett, riv., 4, 52, 62, 78, 82, 111, 170–1, 182, 189

Parris, Thos., 235 n

Parsons:
-, Ant., 86
-, Eliz., see Donne
-, Hen., 15, 64
-, R. M. P., 64
-, Wm., see Peters, Wm. Parsons

Partridge, Magdalene, 19, 33

Patch:
-, John, 9
-, Rob. Burnet, curate of Chillington and Knowle St. Giles, 132, 162
-, fam., 58

Patten, fam., 97

Paulet, see Poulett

Paull, Jas., 98

Pauncefoot:
-, Eleanor, see Blanford
-, Eliz., m. Jas. Daubeney, 70
-, Rob., 70

Paveley:
-, Hugh, 88, 92
-, John de, and his w. Eve, 14
-, John de, see Bykenhulle
-, Margery, w. of Hugh, m. (2), Roland Rake, 92
-, Ric., 88
-, Rob. de, and his w. Joan, 14

Payne:
-, Peter Smith, 22
-, Thos., 108

Peacham, Edm., rector of Hinton St. George, 49

Pecham, John, abp. of Canterbury, 132 n, 197, 201

Pek, Wm., 201 n

Pembroke, earldom of, 41; and see Marshal

Pendomer, 70

Penny, Chas., rector of Chaffcombe, 127

Penruddocke, John, 10

Pensford, 138

Pepys, Sam., 69

perambulation, 149

Perceval, Mrs. J., 66

Percy:
-, Gerbert de, 228
-, Hen., 232
-, Joan, see Briwere
-, John (d. by 1284), 232
-, John de (fl. early 14th cent.), 224
-, Mary, see Filoll
-, Wm. de (d. 1245), 232
-, Wm. (d. 1407), 224

Peren:
-, Burchall, 180
-, Wm. Burchall, 187

Perham, Rob., 22

Perkins, John, 14

Perretona, see Petherton, South

Perrott, North, 13, 33–4, 62, 66

Perrott, South (Dors.), 62–3, 115, 189

Peters:
-, J. R., 176
-, John Weston, 115, 174, 180, 183, 187, 189
-, W. P., 115
-, Wm. Parsons, 115, 176
-, fam., 117

Petherton, John, vicar of South Petherton, 192

Petherton, North, 170

Petherton, South (Perretona), 4, 22, 35, 78, 111, 113, 115–16, 118, 121, 130, 132, 157, 163–4, 170– 98, 202, 205, 208–12, 216, 218, 221–2
-, adv., 191
-, agric., 183–7, 190
-, br., 172, 175, 182, 191
-, Bridge, q.v.
-, brotherhood, 192–3
-, chant., 116, 193
-, chap., 171–2, 180, 183, 189, 201; and see Petherton, South, St. John's chap.
-, chaplains, 193–4
-, char., 191, 196–8
-, ch., 132, 169, 171–2, 175–6, 180, 183, 186, 189, 191–4, 192, 196–8, 201, 203
-, ho., 193
-, plan, 193
-, Civil War, 172, 175, 194
-, Compton Durville, q.v.
-, cts., 112, 186, 189–90
-, ct. ho., 174, 177, 190
-, crosses, 172
-, curates, 191, 193; and see Coke
-, dom. archit., 174, 177–8, 180, 183, 192, 193
-, Drayton, q.v.
-, fair, 172, 184, 188, 194
-, fms., 184, 186–7, 209
-, fields, 171–2, 184–7
-, Fouts cross, 171–2, 174–5; and see Shepton Beauchamp
-, friendly socs., 175
-, Frogmary Green, 172; and see Seavington St. Michael
-, Gawbridge, 189
-, glebe, 192
-, Harp, South, q.v.
-, Hassockmoor, 176, 181–2; and see Petherton, South: Moor
-, Hele, 179–80, 184, 187
-, man., 185, 189
-, man.-ho., 180
-, hosp., 191
-, hund., 58, 111–12, 131, 159, 170–1, 190, 200, 212
-, cts., 112, 122, 189
-, officers, 112, 131, 190
-, inc., 172, 185–7
-, ind., 187–8
-, inns, 172, 174–5
-, Bell, 174
-, Crown, 174, 188, 190
-, George, 174
-, Rose and Crown, 174
-, Three Cups, 174
-, Joylers (Yayleris), 189
-, King Ina's Palace, 145, 176–7, 180
-, lights, 193
-, Little Lopen, q.v.
-, man., 111–12, 114, 129, 136, 145, 171, 174–84, 188–90, 194
-, man.-ho., 176–7, 186, 190
-, mkt., 184, 188, 194, 220
-, cross, 172
-, ho., 172, 188, 191, 196
-, pl., 172–3, 175, 188
-, mills, 172, 176, 179, 181, 184–5, 188–9, 191
-, ministers, see Bennett, Edw.; Dukes
-, minster, 183, 191
-, mint, 184
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 175
-, Moor (Mora, More), 181, 186–7, 195; and see Petherton, South, Hassockmoor
-, nonconf., 107, 174, 195–7
-, par. officers, 190
-, poor-relief, 187, 190–1, 197–8
-, pop., 175
-, prehist. rem., 171–2
-, priest, see Alviet
-, publ. serv., 188, 191
-, quarries, 171, 187
-, rly., 172
-, rector, 132
-, rectory, 130, 165–6, 169, 176, 179–80, 183–5, 187, 189, 193, 202
-, ho., 180
-, Rom. Cath., 195
-, Rom. rem., 171–2
-, St. John's chap., 184–5, 188, 191, 194
-, rectors, 194; and see Clerk; Forest; Foster, Hugh; Oliver; Symondes
-, sch., 188, 196–7
-, shambles, 188
-, stalls, 188
-, Stoodham, 171–2, 174
-, Stratton, q.v.
-, streets, 173–4
-, Cheap St., 172, 174
-, Cornhill, 173, 175
-, George La., 171
-, Hele La., 180
-, North St., 174, 195
-, Palmer St., 171, 173–4, 187, 195, 197
-, Pitway, 171, 174–5, 191, 195–6
-, Prig La., 175
-, Roundwell St., 174–5, 195
-, St. James's St., 173–5, 177, 180, 188, 195, 197
-, Silver St., 174, 197
-, South St., 174, 195
-, West St., 173–4, 192
-, tithes, 178–80, 185–6, 191–2
-, tithing, 112, 175, 190
-, vestry, 190–1, 196
-, vicars, 132, 169, 190–4, 197–8; and see Bankes; Bond, Hen.; Castleman; Forest; Gilbert; Godard; Harcourt; Harrys, Thos.; Marks, Rob. and Wm.; Petherton, John; Seager; Simpson, Francis; Wodeman
-, vicarage, 60, 191–2, 195
-,-, ho., 180, 192
-, Watergore, q.v.
-, workho., 191
-, Yeabridge, q.v.

Petterson, Ludwig, 152

Phelips:
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1618), 114
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1625), 114
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (fl. 1642), 114
-, Wm., 189

Phelps:
-, John, 26
-, John Bryant, 14
-, Thos., 22, 26
-, fam., 26, 144

Phillips, Geo., curate of Chillington and Knowle, 132, 162

Piers, Wm., bp. of Bath and Wells, 193

Pike, T., bell-founder, 237; and see Pyke

pillory, 58–9, 190

Pilsdon:
-, Alice, m. John Jew, 90
-, John of, 90

Pilsdon (Dors.), 89

Pincombe Trustees, 118

Pinhoe (Devon), 181

Pinney:
-, Azariah, 70, 73–4
-, John (fl. 1689), minister, 35
-, John (d. 1771–2), 70
-, John (d. 1819), 70
-, John Azariah, 70
-, John Fred., 70
-, Rob. (fl. 1547), 227
-, Rob., minister of Chaffcombe and Crewkerne, 34, 127
-, fam., 70

Pitminster, see Poundisford

Pitney, 107

Pitt:
-, Benj., 159
-, Jane, 73
-, John, 54, 58
-, Mary, m. Thos. Sergison, 73
-, Mat., 159
-, Sam., 70, 73
-, fam., 55

Pitterd (Pittard):
-, Thos., 116
-, —, 103

Pix, Nat., 86

Plantagenet:
-, Edw., earl of Warwick, 148
-, Geo., duke of Clarence, 11, 91, 148
-, Isabel, see Neville

planting (timber), 4, 40

play, sport, 211, 219

Plummer, Chris., rector of Crewkerne, 30

Plymouth (Devon), 10

Plympton (Devon), honor, 69

Pointz:
-, Hugh (d. 1307), 157, 165
-, Hugh (fl. 1312), 157
-, Nic., 144, 157, 165
-, fam., 165

Pollard:
-, Sir John, 16
-, Sir Ric., 16, 124

Pole Anthony (in Tiverton, Devon), 232

Poole:
-, A. H., 210
-, Chris., 206
-, Jas., 207–8
-, John (d. c. 1715), 13
-, John (fl. 1778), 202
-, Mary, w. of John (d. c. 1715), 13, 34
-, Rob., 203
-, Thos. (fl. 1732), 206
-, Thos. (fl. 1772), 202
-, Thos. (late 18th cent.), 130
-, Wm., 131
-, fam., 130, 207–8

Poole (Dors.), 225

Poorton, North (Dors.), 74

Pope, Hen., 220

Popham:
-, Alex. (d. 1669), 89
-, Alex. (d. 1705), 89–90
-, Alex. (fl. early 18th cent.), 89
-, Anne, 92
-, Francis (d. 1644), 89
-, Sir Francis (d. 1674), 89
-, Francis (fl. 1727), 89
-, John (fl. 1576), 89
-, Sir John (d. 1607), 89

Portesye:
-, Ric. de, 69
-, Scolace, see Wayford

Portman:
-, Anne, w. of Sir John (d. 1612), m. (2) Thos. Neville, 71
-, Claud Berkeley, Vct. Portman, 64, 71
-, Edw. Berkeley (d. 1823), 71
-, Edw. Berkeley, Vct. Portman (d. 1888), 63–4, 71
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1591), 71
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1622), 71
-, Hen. Berkeley, Vct. Portman, 71
-, Hen. (Seymour) (d. 1727), 71
-, Hen. Wm., 71
-, Hen. Wm. Berkeley, 71
-, Hen. Wm. Berkeley, Vct. Portman, 71
-, Sir Hugh, Bt., 71
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1612), 71
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1622), 71
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1557), 71
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1645), 71
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1690), 71
-, Wm. (Berkeley) (d. 1737), 71
-, fam., 72

portreeve, see Robert

Portskewet (Mon.), 41

Potsgrove (Beds.), 74

Potteford, Rob. of, 18; and see Putford

Potter, John (d. 1880), 65

Poulett:
-, Sir Amias (d. 1538), 42, 44–5, 50, 55, 123
-, Sir Amias (d. 1588), 1, 3, 12, 16, 42, 44, 123
-, Anne, w. of John, Ld. Poulett (d. 1665), see Browne
-, Anne, s. of John, Earl Poulett (d. 1743), 130–1
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1600), 17, 42, 118, 123, 132, 169, 203
-, Ant. (fl. 1660), 16
-, Augusta, 51
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., see Denebaud
-, Eliz., w. of John, Ld. Poulett (d. 1649), see Kenn
-, Eliz., m. Andrews Warner, 16
-, Geo., 159
-, Geo. Amias Fitzwarrine, Earl Poulett, 42, 47–8, 51, 159, 165, 170, 208
-, Hen. (d. c. 1633), and his s. Hen., 16
-, Sir Hugh, 15, 19, 32, 41–2, 44–5, 48–9, 116, 123, 125, 127, 130, 165–6, 180, 209
-, Idony, w. of John (fl. 1401), see Kail
-, John (fl. 1401), 124, 142, 181
-, John (d. 1413), 124, 142–3
-, John, rector of Hinton St. George, 49, 209
-, John, Ld. Poulett (d. 1649), 11–12, 41–2, 47, 51, 85, 123, 159
-, John, Ld. Poulett (d. 1665), 20, 42, 50, 118, 132
-, John, Ld. Poulett (d. 1679), 49
-, John, Earl Poulett (d. 1743), 15, 44, 132, 147, 206, 209
-, John, Ld. Hinton, later Earl Poulett (d. 1764), 51, 129–30
-, John, Earl Poulett (d. 1819), 15, 17, 22, 39, 43, 46, 49–51, 130, 143–4, 159–60, 169, 202–3, 207
-, John, Earl Poulett (d. 1864), 20, 25, 46–8, 51, 65, 127, 143, 159, 169, 202
-, Peregrine, 161
-, Thos. (d. 1413), 124, 142–3
-, Vere, Earl Poulett, 40, 46, 130
-, Wm. (d. 1488), 42, 123, 206, 208
-, Wm. Hen., Earl Poulett, 45, 50, 147
-, Wm. John Lydston, Earl Poulett, 41, 144
-, fam., 1,3–5, 12, 15, 19–20, 22, 26, 42, 46, 48–50, 64–5, 116, 123, 125–7, 143, 148, 159–62, 165, 168–9, 180, 185, 202, 204, 208, 213

Poundisford (in Pitminster), 201

Powell (Powel, Powle):
-, Frances, 157
-, Hen., 157
-, Marmaduke, 157
-, Mary, 157
-, Sam. (d. 1656–7), 157
-, Sam. (d. 1722), 157
-, Sam. (d. 1738), 157
-, Sam. (d. 1739), 157
-, Sarah, 157
-, Theophilus, vicar of Merriott, 60
-, Thos., 130
-, Wm., archd. of Bath, 157
-, fam., 161–2

Powerstock (Dors.), 142

Powle, see Powell

Powtrell:
-, Geo., 41
-, John, 41

Presbyterians, 34–5, 49–50, 61, 67, 103, 107, 120, 133, 141, 170, 195, 197, 205, 210, 221

Prescott, Mary, 238

Preston:
-, Sir Amias, 157, 159
-, Chris., 135–7, 141
-, Hugh, 141
-, John (d. 1541), 135, 139
-, John (d. 1590), 16, 125, 135, 138
-, John (17th cent.), 135, 138, 140
-, Marg., m. John Hippisley, 135
-, Maud, see Bidik
-, Ric., assistant curate of Knowle, 162
-, Steph., 135, 138–9

Preston Plucknett, 189

Prew, fam., 175

Price:
-, Chas., 53
-, Thos., vicar of Merriott, 60

Priddell, John, 108

Prideaux:
-, Sir Edm., 10, 16
-, Marg., see Gwyn

Prince, Bernard, 228

produce:
-, butter, 22, 26, 131, 147
-, cheese, 18, 23, 86, 98, 130, 137, 147, 187
-, cider, 18, 47, 93, 103, 115, 117, 131, 134, 185
-, honey, 192
-, and see wool

provost, see Robert

Prowse:
-, Amos, 188
-, Jas., 179
-, Mary, see Ayshe
-, Sam., 175
-, fam., 46, 177, 186

Pruet, Ric., and his w. Alice, 23

Puckington, 113, 116, 118–19, 175 n

Pudele:
-, Margery, see Noneton
-, Rob. de, 122

Puf (Pyf):
-, Joan, see Flemyng
-, Thos., 92

Pulman (Pullman):
-, G. P. R., 22
-, Rob., 99

Purdue:
-, Geo., bell-founder, 204
-, Ric. or Rog., bell-founder, 163
-, Thos., bell-founder, 147, 204

Purtington (in Winsham), 55, 134, 141, 147

Pusey House, Oxford, 219

Putford, Rog. de, 24; and see Potteford

Putt:
-, Margaretta, m. Hen. Marker, 114
-, Nic., 90
-, Raymundo (d. 1757), 90, 114
-, Raymundo (d. 1812), 90, 114
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1686), 90, 114
-, Thos. (d. 1721), 90, 114
-, Thos. (d. 1787), 90, 114
-, Revd. Thos. (d. 1844), 114
-, Ursula, see Cholmeley
-, Wm., 90
-, fam., 114

Pyers, Wm., curate of Crewkerne, 30

Pyke:
-, Alice, w. of Thos., m. (2) Wm.
-, Montague, 89
-, Eliz., m. (1) Ric. Broughton, (2) Jas. Leigh alias Reynolds, (3) Ant. Stracheleigh, 89
-, Hugh, 89
-, John (fl. 1356), and his w. Isabel, 89
-, John, the elder (d. 1520–1), 89
-, John, the younger (fl. 1496), 89
-, Martin, 174
-, Ric. (d. by 1309), and his w. Joan, 89
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1309), 89
-, Ric. (fl. 1356), 89
-, Rob., 89
-, Thos. (fl. 15th cent.), 89
-, Thos. (d. 1555), 89
-, Wm., 89
-, and see Pike

Pyl, Rob., rector of Crewkerne, 30

Pylle, 71

Pyne:
-, Amy, w. of Thos., 55–6
-, Art., 56
-, Chas., 17
-, Christable, m. Sir Edm. Wyndham, 56
-, Hugh, 56, 114
-, John (d. 1607), 17, 55–6
-, John (d. 1679), 17
-, John (d. 1764), 17
-, John (fl. 1770), 17
-, Thos., 17, 55–6

Pynnye, —, 24

Pysing:
-, Hugh (d. 1714), 124
-, Hugh (fl. 1743), 124
-, Jeffery (d. 1706), and his w. Eliz., 124
-, Jeffery (d. 1735), 124

Pytcher, Rob., 196

Q.

Quakers, 34, 67, 106–7, 129, 133, 220

Quantock:
-, Frances Herne, 180
-, John, 180

quarries, 38–9, 48, 52, 62, 113, 133 n, 141, 163, 187, 198, 223, 227

Queen's College, Oxford, 155

R.

race course, 9

Radbard, see Rodbard

Radcliffe, Sir Ric., 11

Radwell, Rob. de, 181

railway, see Crewkerne; Knowle St. Giles; Misterton

Rake:
-, Margery, see Paveley
-, Roland, 92

Ralph (fl. early 12th cent.), 134

Ralph the red, see Sor

Ramsbury (Wilts.), 13; and see Littlecote

Randall (Rendall):
-, Jos., 46
-, Wm., minister of Wambrook, 229

Rawe:
-, John, 214
-, Thos., rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 219
-, fam., 212

Raynolds, see Reynolds

recusants, see Roman Catholicism

Redborne (Dors.), see Beaminster, hund.

Rede (Read):
-, Nic., 232
-, Parnel, see Staunton
-, fam., 130

Rendall, see Randall

Resurrection, Community of, 218

Reviers:
-, Baldwin de, earl of Devon or Exeter (d. 1155), 10, 224
-, Baldwin de, earl of Devon (d. 1188), 10
-, Baldwin de, 10
-, Isabel de, see Forz
-, Joan, m. Wm. Briwere, 10–11, 15, 28
-, Mary, m. Rob. de Courtenay, 1, 11
-, Ric. de, earl of Devon (d. 1162), 10
-, Ric. de, earl of Devon (d. 1193), 10
-, Wm. de, earl of Devon, 1, 10–11, 15, 28
-, fam., 69, 199

Reve, Thos., 189

Reynold, Warresius, son of, and his w. Alice (of Ashcombe), 71

Reynolds (Raynolds):
-, Jane, 38
-, John, and his w. Joan, 136
-, Lionel, 136

Rice, Wm., and his w. Barbara, 54

Rich (Riche):
-, Rob., 75
-, Thos., 221

Richard I, 41

Richard III, 11

Richards:
-, David, minister, 195
-, E. E., 88
-, Ellanette, m. John Glyde, 88
-, J. W., 88
-, John Whitehead, 97
-, Thos. (d. 1827), 88, 94, 97
-, Thos. (d. 1866), 88
-, W. H., 88
-, Wm., 88
-, Wm. Haggett, 88, 94
-, fam., 94

Richmond:
-, ctss. of, see Beaufort
-, duke of, see Fitzroy

Roach, Thos., 178

roads:
-, coach, 5, 39, 164, 168, 172, 199, 205
-, Foss Way, 38–9, 78, 82–3, 111, 122, 129, 134, 141, 147, 149, 151, 163–4, 171–2, 180, 198–9
-, turnpikes, 5, 7, 39, 52, 113, 134, 151, 157, 172, 211, 223

Robert, ct. of Mortain, 12, 14, 53, 134, 148, 165, 180, 199, 212, 232

Robert the falconer, 148

Robert the port reeve, 27

Robert the provost, 27

Robert son of Ives, 212

Robins (Robyns):
-, F. W. G. D., 222
-, Wm., rector of Eastham, 30
-, Wm., 161

Robinson, Geo. Jocelyn, 180

Rochester, bp. of, see Audley

Rochford, Agnes de, 14 n

Rodbard (Radbard, Rodberd):
-, Blaise, 166, 179
-, Edw. (Whitley), 54
-, Edw. Wm. Rodbard, 54
-, Emma, 54
-, Frances Sarah, m. Rob. Danger, 54
-, Hen. 54
-, John (fl. 1384–5), 213
-, John (d. 1744), 54
-, John (Butcher), 54, 59
-, John Rodbard, 54
-, Mary (Butcher), m. Silvester Prior Bean, 54
-, Reg. Hen., 54
-, Reg. Hen. (Bean), 54
-, Ric., 179
-, Thos., 54
-, Wal., 179
-, Wm., vicar of Somerton, 179
-, Wm., 57
-, Wm., (Butcher), 54

Rodney:
-, John, 14
-, Sir Ric., de, 122
-, Thos., 14
-, Wal. de, 134
-, fam., 122

Rodney Stoke, 134

Roger, archd. of Winchester, 60, 169

Roger, Nic., son of, see Nicholas

Rogers:
-, Ann, 89
-, Sir Edw. (fl. 1555), 89–90
-, Edw. (d. 1627), 89
-, Sir Francis, 89
-, Sir Geo., 89
-, Hen., 89–90

Rogus, John, and his w. Eliz., 213

Roller, John, 184

Roman Catholicism, see Crewkerne; Petherton, South; Whitestaunton

Rosewell: Ann, w. of Wm. (d. 1593), m. (2) John Davies, 88
-, Sir Hen., 16, 88
-, Parry, 88
-, Wm., (d. 1566), 16, 88
-, Wm. (d. 1593), 88

Rosse:
-, Cuthbert, 213–14, 216
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Bonner, 213
-, Jas. (fl. 1617), 214
-, Jas. (d. 1670), 214
-, John (fl. 1575), 214
-, John (d. 1617), 214
-, Nic., 213–14
-, —, and his w. — (Heyron), 214
-, fam., 56, 213–15

Rossiter, fam., 117

Row, John Wall, 21

Rowsell:
-, Geo., 25 n
-, Hen., 25
-, Jas., 221
-, John, 25
-, Thos., 25
-, and see Rowswell

Rowswell:
-, Ann, see Eliot
-, Edw., 213
-, Rob., minister of Shepton Beauchamp, 219
-, Wm. Salisbury, 213
-, and see Rowsell

Royce:
-, Wm., 116
-, fam., 117

Rupert, Prince, 192

Rutter, Hen., minister, 195

Ryme Intrinseca (Dors.), 224

Rys, Adam, 23

S.

S., F., goldsmith, 32

S., W., bell-founder, 210

Sackville, Sir Ric., 22

Sacred Cross, Society of, 182

Sadborow (in Thorncombe, Dors.), 70–1, 73, 75, 228

St. Barbe, Sir John, 90

St. Brides, Nic. de, 41

St. Clare:
-, Geof. de, 87
-, Ric., 88
-, Sir Rob. de (d. 1195), 87
-, Rob. de (fl. 1223), 87–8
-, Rob. (d. bef. 1308), 87
-, Rob. (d. 1308), 87–8
-, Rob. (d. 1336), 87–8
-, Rob. (d. 1359), 87
-, Wm., 87
-, fam., 92

St. Decumans, Kentsford, q.v.

St. Francis, Community of, 182

St. John of Jerusalem, Order of, 56, 88, 165

St. Lo:
-, John, 135
-, Marg., see Clevedon

St. Martin-in-the-Fields (Mdx.), 50 86

St. Reyne (Ranus), chapel of, 33

St. White (Candida), chapel of, 141

St. Wulfric of Haselbury, 32

Salisbury, Stephen, 215

Salisbury (Wilts.), 15–16, 48, 155, 179, 225
-, bell-foundry, 237
-, bp. of, 17, 225
-, cathedral, 228
-, diocese, 224, 228
-, earl of, see Cecil; Montacute; Neville
-, earldom of, 232

Salmon, E. A., vicar of Martock, 104

Salthouse, Thos., 106

salvagius, see Wild

Salvation Army, 36

Samborne, Rob. de, rector of Merriott, 60, 206

Sampford (Samford):
-, Chris., 15, 116
-, fam., 166
-, and see Sanford

Sampson:
-, Geo. (fl. 1601), 166
-, Geo. (fl. 1657), 166, 185
-, Ric., 166

Sancta Wita, Rog. de, 141

Sandford Orcas (Dors.), 182

Sandpit (in Broadwindsor, Dors.), 182

Sandys:
-, Mrs. Ann, 197
-, Edwin, 177
-, Emanuel, 185–6, 189
-, Francis, 189
-, John, 197
-, Margery, see Bray
-, Rob., 175
-, Wal., 13
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys of the Vine (d. 1542), 13
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys of the Vine (d. 1623), 13, 34
-, fam., 177, 180, 186

Sanford, Geo., 166; and see Sampford

Sarazin:
-, Alice, 213
-, John, and his w. Eliz., 213
-, Ric., 213
-, Thos., 213
-, Wm., 213–14

Sargeant:
-, Joan, 214
-, Ric., 214
-, Wm., 214

Saunders:
-, G. W., vicar of Martock, 103
-, Nic., 177

Sawbridge (later Sawbridge-ErleDrax):
-, J. S. W., 214
-, Jane Frances, see Grosvenor

Say, John de, 82, 90, 104

Sayer:
-, Israel, 73
-, Rob., 73

Sayes, John de, 97

Sclavine, Wm., 104

Scott:
-, Jas., duke of Monmouth, 10, 40–1, 53, 69, 114, 142, 152, 157, 164, 175, 232
-, John, 57

Scriven:
-, Eliz., m. —Denslow, 139 n
-, Joan, 138
-, Ric., 139
-, Thos., 138

Scrope:
-, Eliz., m. John Daubeney, 117, 176
-, John, Ld. Scrope, 85

Sea (in Ilminster), 144, 182

Seaborough (Dors.), 1, 14 n, 17–18, 26, 28–9, 36–7, 62, 74, 140
-, ch., 4, 28
-, vicarage, 67

Seager:
-, Joan, 213
-, Thos., vicar of South Petherton, 192, 196

Sealy:
-, Elias, 124
-, John, 99
-, Sam., 124
-, Sarah, m. Jas. Marwood, 124, 128
-, fam., 126

Seavington (Seofenempton, Seovenamentone, Sevenehantona, Sevenemetone, Sevenhampton):

Seavington Abbots (in Seavington St. Mary), 119, 198–9, 204
-, man., 201; and see Seavington St. Mary
-, tithing, 112, 203

Seavington Dennis (in Seavington St. Michael), 111
-, man., 205–6
-, tithing, 112, 203, 205

Seavington St. Mary, 149 n, 150, 171, 184, 198–204, 205, 207 n, 208, 209, 212
-, adv., 203
-, agric., 202–3
-, chaplains, 201, 203
-, ch., 169–70, 183, 201, 203–4
-, ho., 204
-, cts., 203
-, Crimbleford, 198–9
-, curates, 203–5; and see Evans, Thos.; Stuckey, Thos.
-, dom. archit., 199
-, fms., 202–3
-, fields, 198–9
-, Hurcott, q.v.
-, inc., 203
-, inns, 172 n, 199
-, mans., 199–202; and see Seavington Abbots; Seavington Vaux
-, man.-ho., 202
-, mill, 203
-, nonconf., 204, 210
-, par. ho., 203
-, par. officers, 203
-, poorho., 203
-, pop., 199
-, quarry, 198
-, rectors, 203
-, rectory, 201–2
-, ho., 199, 202–3, 209–10
-, Rom. rem., 199
-, sch., 204
-, Seavington Abbots, q.v.
-, Seavington Vaux, q.v.
-, tithes, 201–2
-, tithing, 203
-, Upton, q.v.
-, vicarage, 209

Seavington St. Michael, 49, 148, 150, 163, 170–1, 193, 198–9, 203–4, 205–10
-, adv., 208
-, agric., 206–7
-, ch., 205–6, 208–10
-, ho., 208–9
-, cts. 207–8
-, curates, 192, 209
-, dom. archit., 205
-, fms., 206
-, fields, 205, 207
-, friendly soc., 205
-, Froggelmere, 205
-, glebe, 206 n, 208
-, inc., 207
-, ind., 207
-, inns, 205
-, man., 205–6; and see Seavington Dennis
-, man.-ho., 205–6
-, minister, see Glasbroke
-, nonconf., 210
-, par. officers, 208
-, poorho., 208–9
-, poor-relief, 208–9
-, pop., 205
-, rectors, 150, 208–9; and see Attemede; Barret, Edw.; Billing, J.P.; Chelrye; Clement, Rob.; Crauden; Poulett, John; Upton, Francis, Geo., John
-, rectory, 208
-, ho., 208–10
-, sch., 204, 209–10
-, tithes, 180, 208
-, tithing, 203; and see Seavington Dennis
-, warren, 205

Seavington Vaux (in Seavington St. Mary), 111, 203
-, man., 181

Seaward, fam., 223

Sedding, J. D., architect, 194

Segge (Shegge), fam., 223

Selwood, John, 177–8

Seofenempton, Seovenamentone, see Seavington

Sergison:
-, Mary, see Pitt
-, Thos., 73

serjeanty, tenure by, 87, 148, 177, 214

Serrey(Serry):
-, Alice, m. Wm. Deane, 178
-, John, 23, 35

Sevenhampton, see Seavington

Sevenehantona, Sevenemetone, see Seavington

Seward, John, 188

Seymour:
-, Alice, m. Wm., Ld. Zouche, 134
-, Alice, w. of Rob., 212
-, Cath., see Filoll
-, Cecily, see Beauchamp
-, Edw., earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset (d. 1552), 13, 55, 129, 177, 179, 201–2, 212, 224
-, Edw., earl of Hertford (d. 1621), 129, 132, 179, 201, 212
-, Eliz., w. of Urry, see Meriet
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Bruce, earl of Ailesbury, 129, 179, 212
-, Frances, see Devereux
-, Hen., see Portman
-, Isabel, 212
-, Jane, queen, 212 n
-, Sir John (d. 1464), 212
-, John (d. 1492), 212
-, Sir John (d. 1536), 202, 212
-, John, duke of Somerset, 129, 212
-, Muriel, see Lovel
-, Nic., 12, 134
-, Ric., Ld. Seymour, 134
-, Rog. (d. by 1394), 212
-, Rog., and his w. Maud (fl. 1408), 212
-, Rob., 212–13
-, Urry, 54
-, Wm., marquess of Hertford, duke of Somerset (d. 1660), 41, 103, 129, 177, 185, 212, 219
-, Wm., duke of Somerset (d. 1671), 129, 179, 212
-, fam., 12, 185

Shaftesbury (Dors.), 15, 179

Shallett, Jos., minister of Chaffcombe, 127

Shapwick, 86

Sharlock, see Sherlock

Sharp:
-, Cecil, 211
-, Ric., rector of Wayford, 74

Sharpham Park (in Walton), 86

Shaw, Chas. Jas., rector of Cricket St. Thomas, 140

sheep, 7, 18–20, 22–3, 45, 56, 66, 92, 94–7, 117, 125–7, 130–1, 136, 138, 140, 144, 153–4, 160, 166–7, 184, 186–8, 202, 206–7, 214–15, 218, 227, 234, 236–7

Shelford, Hen. de, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 219

Shepton Beauchamp, 64, 68, 111–13, 118–19, 163 n, 171–2, 179, 196, 198–9, 204–5, 210–22
-, adv., 217–18
-, agric., 214–15
-, alms-ho., 217, 220, 222
-, chars., 221–2
-, ch., 192, 214, 217–21
-,-, ho., 217, 219–20, 222
-,-, plan, 220
-, cts., 213, 216–17
-, curate, 221–2; and see Thomas, John
-, dom. archit., 211–14, 218
-, fair, 211, 216
-, fms., 211, 215
-, fields, 210–11, 214–15
-, Fouts Cross, 210; and see Petherton, South
-, friendly soc., 211
-, glebe, 218
-, hosp., 222
-, inc., 215
-, ind., 216
-, inns, 211, 216
-, lights, 217, 220
-, man., 179, 212–19, 221
-, man.-ho., 211–15, 218
-, mkt., 211, 216
-, mill, 216–18
-, minister, see Rowswell, Rob.
-, nonconf., 215, 220–1
-, oratory, 212
-, par. officers, 215, 217
-, park, 211
-, poorho., 217, 220, 222
-, poor-relief, 215–16, 221
-, pop., 211–12
-, rector, 211, 217–18, 221; and see Barker; Champernowne, John; Coles, J. S. and V. S. S.; Domett; Dugdale; Eliot; Fitzwarin; Hulle, Wal. de; Lade, Benj. de la; Lethbridge; Middleton; Newman; Owsley; Paget; Rawe, Thos.; Shelford; Upton, Rob. de
-, rectory, 217
-, ho., 65, 218–19
-, schs., 211, 221–2
-, shambles, 211, 216, 219
-, streets, 210–11
-, tithes, 213, 218

Shepton Mallet, 22 n, 85, 149

Sherborne (Dors.):
-, abbey, 224
-, bp., 224
-, cast., 228
-, hund., 222
-, sch., 104

sheriff, see Merlesuain; Tofig

sheriff's tourn, 2, 77, 112

Sherlock (Sharlock):
-, Ann, m. Amos Martin, 26
-, Eliz., m. John Clarke, 26
-, Ric., 25
-, Rob., 23
-, Wm., 38

shillyngstole, 27

Shiplake, Lower (Oxon.), 130

Shorwell (I. W.), 86
-, Northcourt in, 88

Shropshire, see Stanton Lacy

Sibton (Suff.), 143

Simpson, Francis, vicar of South Petherton, 192

Sinclair:
-, John (fl. 1377), 13
-, John, the younger, 13
-, John (several), 13
-, Wm., and his w. Lettice, 13
-, fam., 34

Sirewold, 134

Siward the falconer, 148, 205

Skellen (Skelton):
-, John, 205
-, Tamsin, 206

Slade:
-, Ann, 85
-, Edith, m. Wm. Boef, 55
-, Geo. (fl. 1798), 85
-, Geo. (fl. 1841), 97
-, Hen., 85
-, Isabel, see Canon
-, John (fl. 1557), 130
-, John (d. 1781), 85
-, Mary, m. Nat. Dalton, 13
-, Ric., 55
-, fam., 93, 99

Small, Jos. Attwell, rector of Whitestaunton, 237

Smart, John, 197

Smith (Smyth, Smythe):
-, A. D., 73
-, Sir Edw., 64
-, Ethel Katie Dorville, 228 n
-, H. H. A., curate of Wambrook, 228
-, John, and his w. Rebecca, 225
-, John, curate of Barrington, 119
-, Ric., minister of Whitestaunton, 237
-, Rob., 225
-, Sarah, 146
-, Revd. W. G. Parks, and his w. Eliz., 218

Snaydon, Thos., 237

Soane, Sir John, 42 n, 43, 135, 140

Somerset:
-, duke of, see Beaufort; Seymour
-, earl of, see Beaufort

Somerset, 229, 231, 237
-, coroner, see Brett; Clavelshay
-, County Council, 165
-, escheator, see Brett; Case
-, sheriff, see Oliver
-, under-sheriff, 188

Somerset Trading Co., 65; and see Stuckey and Bagehot

Somerton, 5, 78, 81, 96, 119, 168, 171, 179
-, Hurcot, 171
-, Kingsmoor, q.v.
-, man., 81
-, vicar, 96

Sopere, Jordan le, 144

Sor:
-, Ela la, m. Wm. de Esthalle, 122
-, Gwenllian, w. of Rob., m. (2) Nic. s. of Roger, 122
-, John le (fl. 1176–7), 122
-, John le (fl. 1194–1205), 122
-, John le (d. by 1255), 122
-, John le (d. c. 1296–7), 122
-, John le (fl. 1316), 123
-, Jordan le, 122
-, Otes le, 122
-, Ralph le, 122
-, Rob. le, 122
-, Wm. le, 122
-, fam., 122 and n

Southampton, see Harp, South

Southarp, see Harp, South

Southcombe, Ric., 21, 187

Southcombe, see Crewkerne

Southcott, Joanna, 35, 50, 156
-, followers of, 35, 50, 156

Southeye, Wm., curate of Barrington, 119

Southwark (Surr.), 107

Southwick (Wilts.), 90

Southwood, John, vicar of Martock, 103

Southyngton, see Harp, South

Sowton (Devon), 152

Sparks:
-, Sam., 21, 24
-, Wm., 22, 33

Sparrow, Wm., 98

Speke:
-, Benj., rector of Dowlish Wake, 155
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1528), 144, 152, 155
-, Geo. (fl. 1532), 116, 130, 166
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1584), 143
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1637), 116, 143, 201
-, Geo. (d. 1690), 143, 185
-, Geo. (d. 1753), 129, 143–4, 152
-, Hugh, rector of Dowlish Wake, 152, 155
-, Joan, m. Thos. Sydenham, 124
-, Joan, w. of John (d. 1441), see Kaynes
-, John (d. 1441), 124, 143, 152
-, John (d. 1444), 124, 143
-, John (d. 1518), 124, 143, 152, 157
-, John (d. 1524), 143, 152
-, John (d. c. 1537), 124
-, John (fl. 1690), 143, 201
-, John Hanning, 152, 155
-, Mary, 143–4, 152
-, P. G. H., 153
-, Phil., rector of Dowlish Wake, 155
-, Thos., 124
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1532), 116, 130, 166
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1551), 143, 152
-, W. H., 153
-, Wm. (d. 1508), 124, 130, 152
-, Wm. (d. 1839), 152–4
-, Wm. (d. 1887), 153
-, Wm. (d. 1908), 153
-, Wm., rector of Dowlish Wake, 155
-, fam., 116, 152, 154–5, 201

sports, see bear-baiting; bird-netting; bowling green; bull-baiting; chase; cockfighting; cricket; eggshackling; fowling; harriers; hawking; play; race course

Spoure:
-, Digory, 63
-, Hen., 63
-, Phil., 63
-, Thos. (fl. 15th cent.), 63
-, Thos. (fl. 16th cent.), 63
-, Wm., 63
-, fam., 63–4

Spraggett, Geo., vicar of Martock, 103

Sprengehose, Wal., rector of Cricket St. Thomas, 140

Stacy:
-, Edw., 106
-, John, vicar of Merriott, 60

Stafford:
-, Cecily, see Bonville
-, Eleanor, m. Thos. Strangways, 165
-, Eliz., see Aumale
-, Hen., duke of Buckingham (d. 1483), 114, 129, 176
-, Hen., earl of Wiltshire, 54, 88
-, Sir Humph. (d. 1413), 90, 206
-, Sir Humph. (d. 1442), 54–5, 90, 164–5, 206
-, Humph., duke of Buckingham, 86
-, Humph., Ld. Stafford, earl of Devon, 90, 165
-, John de, 183
-, John, bp. of Bath and Wells, archbp. of Canterbury, 30, 49
-, Wm., 165, 236
-, fam., 90

Stalbridge (Dors.), Thornhill, q.v.

staller, Eadnoth the, see Eadnoth

Stambury, Hen., rector of Hinton St. George and Dinnington, 49, 150

Standerwick, 159

Stanley:
-, Eliz., m. Edw. Parker, Ld. Morley, 85
-, Marg., see Beaufort
-, Thos., earl of Derby, 85–6
-, Wm., Ld. Monteagle, 85

Stanstead (Essex), 165

Stanton Lacy (Salop.), 17

Staple, Hen., rector of Wambrook, 229

Staple Fitzpaine, 143

Stapleton (Glos.), 233

Stapleton (in Martock), 78, 81, 83–4, 92, 100, 103, 105
-, agric., 94
-, chap., 88, 104
-, chant., 88
-, chap., 105
-, ct. ho., 101, 105
-, fms., 81
-, fields, 81, 94
-, inc., 94
-, man., 86–90, 94, 100–1, 105
-,-, ho., 81, 88, 94
-, park, 81
-, tithing, 76, 81, 87

Starr, Jos., 58

Staunton:
-, And. de, rector of Whitestaunton, 236
-, Parnel, w. of Wm. of, m. (2) Nic. Rede, 232
-, Rob. of (fl. 1166), 232
-, Rob. of (fl. 1234), 232
-, Rob. of (fl. 1321), 232
-, Rog. of (fl. 1312), 232
-, Rog. of (d. 1351), 232
-, Thos. of, 232
-, Sir Wm. of (d. 1311), 232
-, Wm. of, 232
-, fam., 233

Stawley, 67, 74

Steeple Langford (Wilts.), 64

Steepleton Iwerne (Dors.), 179

Stembridge:
-, Agnes, 19
-, Thos., 65

Stephen, king, 84, 191

Stephens:
-, Hen., and his w. Phoebe Martha, 179–80
-, John, 203, 213
-, Wm., 203, 213
-, and see Stevens

Stevens:
-, Hen., 124
-, Sarah Bridget, see Marwood

Stevenson:
-, Jas., vicar of Martock, 34, 103, 106–7
-, Leonard, curate of Barrington, 119

Stewkley, Sylvester, 22

Steyning (in Stogumber), 71

Stinsford (Dors.), 90, 165

stock (less common):
-, geese, 56, 93–5, 168, 186, 229
-, goats, 18, 136
-, pigeons, 192
-, turkeys, 45
-, and see sheep

stocks, 28, 59, 145, 168

Stocker, Thos., 98

Stockland (Devon), 132, 223

Stocklinch:
-, Joan, m. Wm. Denebaud, 123
-, Ralph of, 123, 157, 159
-, Rog. of, 123

Stocklinch Magdalen, 113, 179
-, Ilford Bridges, q.v.

Stocklinch Ottersay, 113, 204, 213, 217

Stogumber, Steyning in, q.v.

Stoke:
-, Luke de, 44
-, Wal. de, 44
-, and see Jordan

Stoke Abbott (Dors.), 74

Stoke Charity (Hants), 114

Stoke St. Mary, 146

Stoke sub Hamdon, 7, 40, 83, 91, 98, 100, 171, 195, 197, 199, 212, 216
-, college, 213
-, East Stoke man., 199
-, fair, 172
-, Ham Hill, 2, 39, 77, 112, 172, 180, 210
-, provost, 213
-, sch., 196

Ston Easton, 135, 183, 185

Stone:
-, Elias, 161
-, John, 161
-, John atte, 205
-, Parnel de la, 205

Stone (in Chulmleigh, Devon), 179

Stourton:
-, John, 155
-, Wm., Ld. Stourton, 208

Stowell, 90

Stracheleigh:
-, Ant., 89
-, Eliz., see Pyke

Strangways:
-, Cath., 165
-, Eleanor, see Stafford
-, Sir Giles (d. 1547), 90, 165
-, Sir Giles (d. 1562), 90, 165, 178
-, Giles Stephen Holland Fox-, earl of Ilchester, 54 n
-, Hen., 90, 165
-, John, 54–5, 90, 178
-, Thos., 90, 165
-, fam., 54 n, 55

Stratton, John de, 159 n

Stratton (Strete, in South Petherton), 163–6, 168, 171, 174, 178, 182–5, 191, 195–6
-, ch., 193
-, ct., 190
-, dom. archit., 193
-, fields, 172, 186
-, Great Stratton, 111, 182
-, Little Stratton, 111, 172
-, Lower (Nether) Stratton, 171, 190, 196
-, man., 166, 178
-, Over (Upper) Stratton, 171, 174–5, 197
-, sch., 197
-, tithing, 168, 175, 184, 190

Streche:
-, Cecily, m. (1) Thos. Bonville, (2) Sir Wm. Cheyney, 201
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Beauchamp, 201
-, Joan, see Weylond
-, Sir John (d. 1355), 181, 201, 224
-, John (fl. 1412), 182
-, Marg., see Multon

Street, G. E., architect, 220

Street (in Winsham), 16, 111, 124–5

Strode:
-, Anne, 120
-, Sir Geo., 85
-, Jane, m. Rob. Austen, 114
-, Wm. (d. 1666), 85, 100, 108, 114–15
-, Wm. (d. 1695), 85, 114–15
-, Wm. (d. 1746), 85, 93, 114, 120
-, fam., 100, 114, 116

Stuckey:
-, John (fl. early 18th cent.), 182
-, John (d. 1810), 182, 207
-, Rob., 182, 202
-, Thos. (fl. 1586), 221
-, Thos., curate of Seavington St. Mary, 204
-, Vincent, 180, 182, 211
-, fam., 206–7

Stuckey and Bagehot, 79, 117; and see Somerset Trading Co.

Sturtevant, Sim., 108

Suffolk, duke of, see Brandon; Grey

Suffolk, see Dunwich; Kentwell Hall; Sibton; Wickhambrook

Summerhayes, Rog., 238

Surland, Ric., rector of Crewkerne, 30

Surrey, ctss. of, see Warenne

Surrey, see Merton

Sussex, 41 n; and see Chichester; Lewes

Suttle, Thos., and his w. Ann, 238

Sutton Brothers, 167

Sutton, Long, 78, 106, 108
-, Little Load, q.v.

Swallow:
-, Geo., 228
-, John, 228

Sweet:
-, Anne, see Notley
-, C. F., 130

Sweetland, fam., 58

Swell, 60, 116, 185

Swyre (Dors.), 194

Sydenham:
-, Cath., m. Lewis Tregonwell, 90
-, Geo., and his w.— (Heyron), 214 n
-, Humph., and his w. Grace, 90
-, Joan, see Speke
-, Sir John (d. 1557), 165
-, John (fl. 1563), 165
-, John (d. 1590), 165
-, Ric., 124
-, St. Barbe, 90
-, Thos., 124, 130
-, fam., 56

Sylvayn, Joan, 202

Symonds (Symondes):
-, Edw., 154
-, Hen., 73
-, Ric., 175
-, Sim., rector of St. John's chapel, South Petherton, 194
-, fam., 154

Syon (Mdx.), abbey, 87

Syon Hill (in Isleworth, Mdx.), 179, 212

T.

Taggart, Jas., curate of Crewkerne, 30

Tailboys:
-, Eliz., see Bonville
-, Wm., 91

Taile, Hubert le, 24

Tanner:
-, Edw., 14
-, John, 226
-, fam., 226

Tarrant Gunville (Dors.), 192

Tasmania, 84, 102

Tate, —, architect, 115

Tatworth, 182

Taunton, 5, 7, 10, 13, 21, 23, 39, 78, 91, 97, 99, 108, 156, 164, 172, 198–9, 204, 209, 211, 229
-, archd., 31, 192
-, archdeaconry, 171
-, sch., 209

Tawstock (Devon), 237

Taylor:
-, Revd. Elias, 86
-, H. G., 135
-, J., bell-founders, 32, 50, 61, 120, 156, 204, 210
-, W. J. D., 135
-, fam., 137

Tedbury, Rob., 236

Teddington (Mdx.), 156

Templar, Order of Knights, 28, 88, 164–5

Temple Combe, 88, 165

Templeman:
-, John (fl. 1685), 53
-, John (fl. 1842), 57
-, John, rector of Cricket, curate of Lopen, 140, 169
-, Osborne, 26
-, Thos. (fl. 1760), 26
-, Thos. (fl. 1840), 167

Tenterden (Kent), 114

Tett, fam., 40

Teutonicus, see German

Tewkesbury (Glos.), abbey, 206

Thomas:
-, John, curate of Shepton Beauchamp, 221
-, Osborne, 26
-, Patten, 130
-, —, 24

Thorn Coffin, 90

Thorncombe (in Bicknoller), 232

Thorncombe (Dors.), 16, 68
-, Sadborow, q.v.
-, sch., 71

Thorney (in Kingsbury Episcopi), 115

Thornford (Dors.), 132

Thornhill (Thornhull):
-, Geo., 228
-, Wal. de, 202

Thornhill (in Stalbridge, Dors.), 228

Thurlbear, 146

Thynne, John, 201

tiles, 22, 171, 188, 216; and see brick

timber, 93, 207; and see planting; wood
-, alder, 18, 39, 56, 226
-, ash, 207, 226
-, cherry, 45
-, elm, 207
-, holly, 226
-, lime, 40
-, maple, 113
-, oak, 40, 207, 226, 234
-, thorn, 18, 40

Tintinhull, 76, 78–9, 81, 89, 212, 218

Tiptoft:
-, Sir John, 91
-, Philippe, see Gournay

Tirrel:
-, Mic., 225
-, Ric., 225

Tiverton (Devon), Pole Anthony in, q.v.

Tofig the sheriff, 164

Toller:
-, Revd. Hen., 195
-, John, curate of Crewkerne, 30
-, John, 188
-, Revd. Thos., 195
-, Thos. Northcote, 175

Tolman, Jas., 221

Tomkins, Jacob, vicar of Misterton, curate of Crewkerne, 30, 67

Tony, John, 168

Toomer (in Henstridge), 44

Torrell's Preston (in Milverton), 16

Tort, Rob. le, 18

Towers, Ric., 229

Townsend, Rog., 86

trades (less common):
-, gardener, 20, 57
-, goldsmith, 20
-, organ-maker, 20
-, whittawer, 20

Treasorer, Wm., 179, 189

Trebartha (in Northill, Cornw.), 63

Tregonwell:
-, Cath., see Sydenham
-, Lewis Dymock Grosvenor, 90
-, St. Barbe, 90

Trelawney:
-, Sir Jonathan, 11
-, John, and his w. Florence, 11
-, John (d. 1563), 11
-, John (d. 1568), 11
-, John (d. 1569), 11
-, John (fl. 1618), 11
-, fam., 1, 26

Trelowarren (Cornw.), 12

Trenchard:
-, Geo., 24
-, John, 35
-, Wm., 24

trencher, Gerard the, see Gerard

Trethurf:
-, Eliz., m. John Vivian, 12
-, John, and his w. Eliz., 12
-, Marg., m. Edw. Courtenay, 12
-, Thos., 12

Trevelyan:
-, Sir Geo., 56
-, Sir John (d. 1755), 56
-, Sir John (d. 1828), 56
-, Mary, m. Edm. Wyndham, 56
-, fam., 59

Trigel, Rog., 213–14

Trivet:
-, Thos., 24
-, Wm., 24

Trowbridge (Wilts.), honor, 152

Tucker:
-, Leonard, 71
-, Wm., 138–9
-, fam., 24, 139

tumbrel, 168

Turberville (Turbeville):
-, Cecily, see Beauchamp
-, Dr. Daubeney, 20, 69–70, 73, 75
-, Thos., 91
-, Thomasine, see Buckland

Turner, John, minister, 61, 107

Turstin, 12, 134

Twickenham (Mdx.), see Whitton

Tyce, John, curate of Barrington, 119

Tyler, fam., 21, 99 n

Typper, Wm., 32

U.

Uley (Glos.), 71

Ulnod, 180

Unitarians, 35–6, 195

United Reformed Church, 195

United States of America, 114; and see America; Largo

Upminster (Essex), 15

Upottery (Devon), 228

Upsteel, Ric., 199

Upton:
-, Francis, rector of Seavington St. Michael, 209
-, Geo., rector of Seavington St. Michael, 209
-, Jas., 209
-, John, rector of Seavington St. Michael, 209
-, Rob. de, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 219

Upton (Oppetone Abbe) (in Seavington St. Mary), 111, 185, 199, 203

usher:
-, Helen the, see Helen
-, John the, see John
-, Wm. the, see William
-, and see Wigborough, Ric. of

V.

Vaigge, John, curate of Barrington and Chillington, 119, 132

Vandruske, Col., 41

Vanner, John, 24

Vaux:
-, Alice de, 14, 181, 199
-, Grace, m. Wm. de Wydiworth, 181
-, Hubert, 199
-, J. G., 178
-, John, 216
-, Maud, m. Thos. de Multon, 199
-, Rob. de, 14, 181, 199, 203
-, S. G., 178
-, Savary de, 71
-, fam., 203

Vawdye, John, curate of Lopen, 169

Veel:
-, Rob., 213
-, Eleanor, m. John Coker, 213
-, and see Viel

Venicombe, Francis, 188

Venner, Kingsford, 117

Verner, Jas., 124

Vialls, Geo., 37

Viel (Vyall):
-, John, 149
-, Thos., curate of Misterton, 67
-, fam., 149

Vile:
-, Ellen Rendall, 198
-, Wm., 198

Villiers:
-, Geo., earl of Jersey, 179, 212
-, Sarah Sophia, see Fane

Vincent:
-, Ant., 160
-, Bray, 86
-, J. G. (d. 1898), 161
-, J. G. (fl. 1973), 159, 161
-, J. W. H., 161
-, Jas., 160
-, John (d. 1830), 159–61
-, John (d. 1854), 161
-, Jos. Soper, 161
-, Rob. (d. 1834), and his s. Rob., 161
-, Wm., 161
-, Mrs., 159 n
-, fam., 126, 160–1

Vivian:
-, Sir Francis, 12
-, Hannibal, 12
-, John (d. 1562), and his w. Eliz., 12
-, John (d. 1577), 12
-, Sir Ric., Bt., 12
-, Sir Vyell, Bt., 12
-, fam., 1, 26

Vulliamy, Lewis, architect, 163

Vyall, see Viel

Vyne, John, 144

W.

Wadham:
-, Martin, 225
-, Mary, see Woolmington
-, Sir Nic., 59
-, Rob., 225
-, fam., 144, 185

Wadham College, Oxford, 225–7, 237

waifs and strays, 2

Wake:
-, And., 152
-, Christine, w. of Ralph (fl. 1200), m. (2) Ric. Wild, 14, 152
-, Isabel, m. John Kaynes, 152, 155
-, John, 130, 152
-, Ralph (fl. 1200), 14, 152, 154
-, Ralph (fl. 1214), and his w. Hawise, 152
-, Ralph (fl. 1286), 152

Wales, 45
-, South, 114, 216; and see Glamorgan

Wall, Ric., vicar of Martock, 106–7

Wallis, R. J., 57

Walrond:
-, Amos, vicar of Martock, 103
-, Hen., 144, 182
-, Humph. (d. 1580), 25, 182
-, Humph. (fl. 1637), 182
-, John, 189

Walscombe (in Chard), 126

Walter the knight, 224

Wambrook (Awanbruth, Whmberiche), 111, 140, 222–31, 235–6
-, adv., 224–5, 228
-, agric., 226–7
-, char., 231
-, ch., 227–31
-, ho., 225, 230
-, cts., 227
-, ct. ho., 225
-, curates, 229–30; and see Smith, H. H. A.
-, dom. archit., 223
-, fms., 223, 226–7
-, fields, 226
-, glebe, 229
-, Haselcombe, 223, 225–7; and see Wambrook, Lower Wambrook
-, Higher Wambrook, 222–3, 226–7, 229–30
-, inc., 223, 226, 229
-, inns, 223, 228
-, Lancin (Lansham, Londenesham, Londesham), 223, 226–7
-, Linnington (Lyllyngedoone), 223, 225–7
-, Lower Wambrook, 222–3, 227; and see Wambrook, Haselcombe
-, man., 223–6, 228–9
-, man.-ho., 223, 225, 227, 230
-, mill, 226–7, 229
-, minister, see Randall
-, nonconf., 230
-, par. officers, 227–8
-, poorho., 228
-, poor-relief, 231
-, pop., 223–4
-, prehist. rem., 223
-, priest, see Yarcombe
-, quarry, 223, 227
-, rectors, 227–30; and see Backaller; Chase, Gamaliel and John; Edwards, Hen. (d. 1850), and Hen. (d. 1881); Fordington; Loder; Marraker, Chris, and John; Randall; Staple
-, rectory, 223, 228
-, ho., 229
-, sch., 230–1
-, tithes, 228–9
-, woods, 222–3, 226
-, Wortheal (Wrthiale, Wurthihale), 222–3, 226–8

Wardour (Wilts.), 176

Ware:
-, Rob., 207
-, fam., 207

Warenne, Joan de, ctss. of Surrey, 152

Warner:
-, Andrews, 16
-, Eliz., see Poulett
-, John, and Sons, bell-founders, 105, 120, 230

Warre (Warr):
-, Anne, 221
-, Christine, see Chydlegh
-, J. C., 36
-, Jane, m. Sir Ric. Grosvenor, 214
-, John (d. 1349), 44
-, John (fl. 15th cent.), 44
-, Mat., 44
-, Ric. (fl. 1399), 44
-, Ric. (d. 1465), 44
-, Sir Ric. (d. c. 1482), and his w. Joan, 44
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1532), 44
-, Ric. (fl. 1568), 44
-, Thos. (d. 1542), 44, 50 n
-, Thos. (d. 1682), 213–14
-, Thos. (d. 1685), 213
-, Thos. (d. 1737), 213
-, Wm., 44
-, fam., 44–5, 214

Warren:
-, Humph., 238
-, Thos., 225

warren, 9, 39, 40 n, 121, 125, 137, 147, 181, 205

Warry, Wm. Rob., 86–7

Warwick, earls of, see Beauchamp; Dudley; Neville; Plantagenet

Warwickshire, see Leamington

Washfield (Devon), 155

water meadows, 4, 55, 57, 131, 133

Watergore (in South Petherton), 172, 174, 187–8
-, inns, 175

Waterland, Hen., 118

Watson, W.S., curate of Knowle, 162

Wattes, Thos., 160

Wayford:
-, Baldwin of, and his w., 69
-, Scolace of, m. Ric. de Portesye, 69–70
-, Wal. of, 69
-, Wm. of, and his w. Scolace, 69 and n

Wayford, 1, 5, 17–18, 20, 26, 28–9, 36, 68–75, 140
-, adv., 69–70, 73
-, agric., 71–2
-, Ashcombe, q.v.
-, Bere, q.v.
-, chap., 71
-, char., 71, 75
-, ch., 4, 28, 68–9, 73–5
-, cts., 73
-, dom. archit., 69–71
-, fms., 69, 72
-, fields, 69, 72
-, glebe, 74
-, Greenham, q.v.
-, Horn Ash, 69, 72
-, inc., 72
-, inn, 69
-, man., 68–74
-, man.-ho., 33, 70–4
-, mills, 72–3
-, nonconf., 75
-, Oathill, q.v.
-, par. officers, 73
-, park, 69
-, poorho., 73
-, pop., 69, 72
-, quarries, 68
-, rector, 34, 74; and see Browne; Cox; Giffard; Layng; Norris; Sharp
-, rectory, 70, 73
-, ho., 72, 74
-, Rom. Cath., 75
-, sch., 71, 75
-, tithes, 71, 73–4
-, tithing, 69
-, Townsend, 69, 74
-, woodland, 69

Wearne (in Huish Episcopi), 94, 96

Webb:
-, W. H., 144
-, fam., 143

Webber:
-, John, 57
-, W. W., 57

Weeke (Hants), 16

Welchman, John, 216

Weld, Humph., 176

Weldon, Col., 175

Wellington, F. G. N., 191

Wells, 71, 165
-, cath., 50, 59, 74, 142–3, 145, 154, 157, 162, 191
-, chapter, 92, 103, 169, 176, 191, 208
-, dean, see Mitchell
-, St. Cuthbert's ch., 103
-, sub-dean, 219
-, treasurer, 86, 102–4; and see Barker; Langton
-, vicars choral, 92, 101

Welman:
-, Chas. Noel, 201
-, Isaac (d. 1716), 201–2
-, Isaac (d. 1782), 201
-, Sim., 201
-, Thos. (d. 1757), 201
-, Thos. (d. 1829), 201
-, fam., 201

Wentworth, Thos., Ld. Wentworth, 129, 179

Wesley (Westley):
-, John (fl. 1669), minister, 34
-, John (d. 1791), 175

Wesleyans, 35, 50, 108, 120, 151, 195–7, 204, 221, 230; and see Methodists

West:
-, Ric. B. T., 225
-, Ric. Bowerman, 225
-, Rob., 130
-, Sarah, 225

Westcombland (in Buckland St. Mary), 76, 92–3, 100, 103

Westcott (Westcote):
-, And., 107
-, Honor, see Mathew
-, Phil., 225
-, Thos., 182
-, fam., 97

Westley, see Wesley

Westminster, dukes of, 214

Westminster, 86, 201
-, Millbank, 41
-, sch., 140, 142

Westmorland, earl of, see Fane

Westofer, Wm., 71

Weston (in Combe St. Nicholas), 222, 227, 234

Weston (in Branscombe, Devon), 182

Weston Subedge (Glos.), 237

Weylond:
-, Burga, 181
-, Eliz., sister of Peter, 181
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., see Bath
-, Joan, see Streche
-, John (fl. 1308), 181
-, Sir John (d. 1386), 181–2
-, Nic. de, 181
-, Peter, 181
-, Rob., and his w. Cecily, 181
-, Wm., 181

Weymouth (Dors.), 131

Whaddon (Bucks.), 101

Wheatley, Jas., 22

Wherriott, Hen., 222

Whitchurch Canonicorum (Dors.), 67

White:
-, Le Roy, 227
-, Wm., and his son Rob., 25

Whitefield, Geo., 107

Whitehall (in Combe St. Nicholas), 234

Whitehead, John, and his w. Joan, 25

Whitelackington, 64, 198–9, 201, 203

Whitelock, Carleton, 14–15, 22

Whitestaunton (Staunton), 111–12, 222–3, 226, 228, 230, 231–8
-, adv., 232, 236
-, agric., 234–5
-, alms-ho., 238
-, char., 238
-, ch., 160, 236–7
-, Civil War, 232
-, ct., 236
-, curates, 237
-, dom. archit., 231–4, 236
-, fms., 235
-, fields, 231, 234
-, glebe, 235–6
-, guild, 237
-, Howley (Holleway), 231–2, 234, 236
-, inc., 234–5
-, inns, 232
-, light, 237
-, man., 232–4, 236
-, man.-ho., 160, 231–5, 238
-, plan, 233
-, mills, 235–6
-, minister, see Smith, Ric.
-, Monmouth Rebellion, 232
-, nonconf., 237–8
-, Northay, 231, 234–6
-, par. officers, 236, 238
-, park, 231, 233–4
-, poor-relief, 236, 238
-, pop., 232
-, prehist. rem., 231
-, quarries, 231, 235
-, rectors, 236; and see Cartwright; Chase, John; Clarke, Rob. Pearse; Elton, W. T.; Greenfield; Jordan alias Stoke; Lumbard, Wm.; Marlow; Small; Staunton, And. de; Wyett
-, rectory, 228, 236
-,-, ho., 236
-, Rom. rem., 231, 234
-, St. Agnes well, 231, 236
-, sch., 238
-, tithes, 236
-, warren, 235
-, woodland, 231, 234–5

Whitley:
-, Charlotte, see Bean
-, Edw., see Rodbard
-, Revd. H. C., 54
-, H. E., 54–5
-, H. H., 55
-, Reg., 57
-, Susannah, 57
-, fam., 54–5, 57

Whitton (in Twickenham, Mdx.), 86

Whytehorne, John, 33

Wickhambrook (Suff.), Badmondesfield, q.v.

Widworthy (Devon), 124

Wigborough:
-, Ric. of (or Arussir) (d. 1270), 177
-, Ric. (fl. 1327), and his w. Maud, 177
-, Wm. of (fl. 1284), 177
-, Wm. of (d. 1324), 177

Wigborough (in South Petherton): 111, 171–2, 180, 184, 186–7
-, chant., 178
-, fields, 172
-, inc., 172
-, man., 172, 177–8, 183, 185
-, man.-ho., 33, 178
-, tithes, 180

Wight, Isle of, 29; and see Shorwell

Wild (salvagius):
-, Christine, see Wake
-, Ric., 152

William I, 10, 28

William III, 10

William IV, 53

William, clerk of Dinnington, 150

William, count of Boulogne, 84

William, count of Eu, 41

William, count of Mortain, 53

William the falconer, 148

William the knight, 224

William the usher, 177; and see Helen; Wigborough, Ric. of

Williams:
-, Agnes Elsie, m. — Eames, 228
-, Revd. Fred., 228
-, Jas., 97
-, John, rector of Dowlish Wake, 155

Willoughby:
-, Anne, w. of John, see Cheyney
-, Anne, w. of Sir Edw., see Filoll
-, Sir Edw., 224, 226
-, Eliz., Baroness Willoughby de Broke, m. Sir Fulk Greville, 201
-, Sir Francis, 224–5
-, Hen., 224
-, John, 201
-, Rob., Ld. Willoughby de Broke, 201
-, Wal., 201

Wills:
-, Alice, m. John Colston, 85
-, Marianne, 38
-, Rob. (fl. 1633), 85, 93
-, Rob. (d. 1659), 85–6

Willy:
-, Adam, 198
-, John, 186
-, Ric., 167
-, fam., 174

Wilmington, F., 123

Wilson, H., architect, 194

Wiltshire, 29; and see Amesbury; Ashton Keynes; Basset Down; Boscombe; Brook; Downton; Hilmarton; Leigh; Littlecote; Ramsbury; Salisbury; Southwick; Steeple Langford; Trowbridge; Wardour; Westbury; Winterbourne Gunner

Wimborne Minster (Dors.), 104

Wincanton, 195

Winchester, 16, 29, 208
-, archd., see Roger
-, bp., 92, 102
-, cath., 30
-, chapter, 16–17, 27, 29, 66
-, coll., 16, 88, 90, 95, 206–8

Windsor, Agnes de, see Esse

Windsor (Berks.), 15

Winsham, 68–9, 74, 111, 121, 124, 133–41, 235
-, Bridge (Fordebrigge), 111
-, Jakettes, q.v.
-, Leigh, q.v.
-, Purtington, q.v.
-, Street, q.v.
-, Whatley, 111

Winter, Mark, curate of Misterton, 66

Winterborne St. Martin, Martinstown (Dors.), 45

Winterbourne Gunner (Wilts.), 44

Wiseman:
-, Rob., bell-founder, 105, 146
-, Wm., bell-founder, 50, 194

Witcombe:
-, Isabel, 91
-, John of (fl. 1249), 95
-, John (d. by 1521), 89
-, John (d. 1527), 89, 104
-, John, and his w. Alice (fl. 1545), 91
-, Pharamus of, 95
-, Rob. of, 95
-, Wal. of, 95
-, Wm. (fl. 1550), 89, 91
-, fam., 89

Witcombe (Wythicumbe, in Martock), 79, 84, 89, 92, 97, 101
-, agric., 95–6
-, br., 79–81
-, fields, 81, 96
-, inc., 96
-, man., 89–90, 95–6, 101
-, man.-ho., 81, 90, 96
-, pop., 95
-, tithing, 76, 78, 95, 106

Witham Friary:
-, ch., 191
-, Ho., 219

Wodelond, see Odelande

Wodeman, John, vicar of South Petherton, 192

Wogan, Agnes, 214

Wollaton Hall (Notts.), 225

Wolminton, see Woolmington

Wolsey, Thos., 164

Wood:
-, And. of, 159
-, John of, 159
-, Mrs. M. A., 109
-, Rob., 17, 24, 33, 65
-, Wm., 87, 97
-, Wm. Cole, 97
-, fam., 97

wood, 4, 18, 45, 47, 56, 92–3, 111, 113, 125–6, 130–1, 133, 136–7, 141, 144, 148, 160, 184, 226, 231, 234–5
-, and see charcoal; timber

Woodcock, Sarah, 37, 61

woodland, clearance, 57, 121, 125, 136, 160

Woodlands (Dors.), 224

Woodwall, alias Kinder:
-, Alice, 138
-, John, 138

Woodward, Miss J. L., 115

wool, 21, 57, 65, 86–7, 96, 98, 167, 207, 216

Woolmington (Wolminton):
-, Frances, m. Revd. Hen. Hooton, 225
-, John de, 226
-, John (d. 1640–1), 227
-, John (d. 1717), 225
-, Mary, m. Rob. Wadham, 225
-, fam., 226

Woolminstone (Wulureston, in Crewkerne), 5, 9, 15, 17–20, 24, 32–3, 35, 37–8, 55
-, tithing, 26

Woolwich (London), Royal Military Academy, 162

Wootton, Nic., 235

Worcester, Wm. of, 141

Worcester, 155
-, bp., 139

Worcestershire, see Great Malvern

Worle, 213

Worth:
-, Alice, 186
-, Phil. de, 144

Wottesdone, Alex. de, 63

Wouburne, John, 12

Wraxall, Agnes of, 205 n, 208

Wraxall (Dors.), 205

Wraxall (Som.), 192

Wrigley, F. T., 14

Wrington, 118

Wroth, T., 156

Wroughton:
-, John, 224
-, Marg., see Filoll

Wyatt, Jas., architect, 43, 50

Wyatville (Wyatt), Sir Jeffry, 43

Wydiworth:
-, Grace, see Vaux
-, Wm., 181

Wyett, Wm., rector of Whitestaunton, 237

Wyke:
-, Averyn, 15
-, Barbara, 15
-, Eliz., 15
-, Frances, m. Thos. Greenwood, 54
-, Hen., 15
-, John (d. 1517), 15
-, John (fl. 1517), 15
-, John (d. 1622), 15, 54
-, Rebecca, m. Thos. Brookes, 54
-, Ric. (d. 1590), 15
-, Ric. (fl. 1601), 15
-, Rob., 15
-, Thos., 15
-, Wm., 15

Wynard:
-, Wm., 185
-, fam., 185

Wyndham:
-, Christabel, see Pyne
-, Sir Edm., 56
-, Edm., 56
-, Mary, see Trevelyan
-, fam., 144, 185

Wyngham, Wm. de, 206

Wythe, Wm., and his w., 142

Wythele:
-, Hen. de, 181
-, Reynold, 181
-, fam., 181

Wythele, see Dowlish Wake

Y.

Yarcombe, Phil. of, priest of Wambrook, 228

Yarcombe (Devon), 225–6, 229, 231, 238

Yarty, riv., 231

Yates, alias Hopton, John, 237

Yeabridge (in South Petherton), 172, 187–8, 191

Yeatman:
-, Hugh, and his w. Marg., 13
-, Mary, see Dalton

Yeo, riv., 78–9

Yeovil, 17, 23, 37, 57, 67, 78, 88–91, 98–9, 107, 182, 195, 216
-, District, 28
-, poor-law union, 102, 191, 197
-, R.D.C., 191

Yeovilton, 91, 96, 100

Yetminster (Dors.), 65

York (Yorke):
-, Chas., 139
-, Thos., 13

Yorkshire, N.R., see Aske
-, W.R., see Mirfield

Ypres, 146

Z.

Zouche:
-, Alice, see Seymour
-, Wm., Ld. Zouche, 134, 199
-, fam., 134