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

INDEX

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.

A.

Abernethy, Jas., 147

Abingdon (Berks.), abbey, 157

Acland:
-, Art., 92
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Thos., see Dyke
-, Eliz. Dyke, m. Hen. Geo. Herbert, Ld. Carnarvon, 28
-, Isabel Fuller-Palmer, m. Sir Alex. Hood, 66, 92, 103, 131, 173
-, John Dyke, 28
-, Sir John, 28
-, John Palmer —, 92, 103
-, Sir Peregrine Fuller-Palmer —, 3, 66, 92–4, 103, 131, 135–6, 156, 172, 174, 194, 196, 200
-, Sir Thos., 28, 155
-, Sir Thos., Dyke, 22
-, fam., 3–4, 94, 169

Acland-Hood, see Hood

Acton, Iron (Glos.), 84

Aethelheard, King, see Frithogyth

Affryren, Wm., 35

agriculture, see commons; crop rotation; crops; dairying; demesnes; dovecot; fleeces; fruit growing; furze; granges; heath; heather; heriots; labour services; marling; open fields; rents; serfs; stock; vineyard; water meadows; wool

Ailmar (fl. 1066), 75

Ailmer (fl. 1066), 181

Ailric (fl. 1066), 83

Ailward (fl. 1066, 1086), 193

Aisholt, 195
-, rector, 153

alabaster, 145, 161, 168

Albright-Hussey, fam., 183–4

Alexander:
-, Mary, m. Sir Gabriel Goldney, 75
-, Mary, see Prior
-, (later Prior), Ric., 75

Alford:
-, C. R., bp. of Victoria, Hong Kong, 130
-, Chas., rector of West Quantoxhead, 135

Alfred, King, 91, 138

Alfred, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Algiers, 72

Aller, Sibyl, see Aure

Aller, in Carhampton, q.v.

Aller, in Sampford Brett, 150, 159, 170–1, 173–4
-, chap., 173, 175
-, man., 173
-,-, ho., 173
-, tithes, 173, 175

Allinscombe, Wm., 153

almshouses, see Bicknoller; Stogumber

Almsworthy, see Exford

Alnod (fl. 1066), 172

Alric (fl. 1066, 1086), 108, 182–4

Alviet (fl. 1066), 13

Alviet (fl. 1066), a woman, 33

Alvric (fl. 1066), 104, 180

Alward (fl. 1066), 91

Alwi Banneson, 108, 193

Alwold (fl. 1066), 2

Amaury:
-, John (fl. bef. 1342), and his w. Eleanor, 105
-, John (fl. 1488–9), 105

Anabaptists, 18, 63; and see Baptists

Andelys:
-, John, 180
-, (or of Stoke), Richer de, 180, 188
-, Rob. de, 180
-, Sir Wal. (fl. 1203), 165, 180, 188
-, Wal. (fl. 1259), 180, 188
-, fam., 180

Anne, Queen, 154, 199

Anscetil, parker, 104

Ansger, cook, 104

architects, see Barry; Bond, F. Bligh; Carter; Carver; Cottam; Ferrey; Gale; Giles, C. E.; Ireson; Norton, John; Parker; Robinson; Sedding; Shewbrook, Sam.

Arlington (Devon), 172

armour, 16

artists, see Bankart; Biffin; Carr; Comper; Herkomer; Hilliard; Holiday; Horrobin, Harry and Jas.; Kempe, C. E.; Macbeth; North, J. W.; Ramsden; Reckitt; Stone, Nic.; Toms; Vickery, Jas.

Arundel:
-, Alex., rector of Clatworthy, 38
-, Geo., 33 and n
-, Isabel, m. 1 Simon Chapman, 2 Wm. Lambrook, 33
-, John (I), 33
-, John (II), s. of Phil. of Clatworthy, 33, 36
-, John (III), 33, 35 n
-, John (IV), 33
-, John (V), 33
-, John (VI), 33
-, John, 33 n
-, Marg., m. Phil. de Hul or of Clatworthy, 33
-, Rob., 75–6, 79–80
-, Rog. (fl. 1086), 75, 80, 83, 138
-, Rog. (I), 33, 35, 75
-, Rog. (II), 33
-, Rog. (III), 33, 37
-, Rog. (IV), 33
-, Thos. (fl. 1220–7), 33, 35
-, Thos. (d. 1335), 33
-, Thos. (d. 1554), 33 and n
-, Wm., 33
-, fam., 33, 37, 80, 138
-, and see Arundell

Arundel, earl of, see FitzAlan, Hen.

Arundell:
-, Sir John, 104
-, Wm., 76
-, and see Arundel

Ash, Ric. atte, rector of Clatworthy, 38

Ash Priors, 5, 73–4, 77, 79–80, 110
-, Denbury, 74
-, Kerdon, 74

Ashbeer, see Stogumber

Ashcott, 1

assize of bread and of ale, 23, 37, 49, 61, 78, 118, 163–4, 195, 197

Athelney, abbey, 5

Atherton:
-, John, rector of Huish Champflower, 87
-, Phil., 87

Audain, John, curate of Holford, 5

Audley:
-, Eliz., w. of Humph., see Luttrell
-, Eliz., w. of Nic., 193
-, Hugh, 62
-, Humph., 182
-, Jas., Ld. Audley, 193
-, Joan, 193
-, Joan, w. of Nic., see Martin
-, Marg., m. Rog. Hillary, 193
-, Nic., Ld. Audley, 193

Audley, Lds., see Audley, Jas. and Nic.; Tuchet

Aure (Aller), Sibyl, m. Wm. St. Stephen, 173

Austen, Rob., 167

Australia, 61

Avenant:
-, Alice, m. Thos. FitzUrse, 115
-, Ric., 115
-, Rob., 115
-, Thos. (fl. 1242–3), 115
-, Thos. (fl. 1271–2), 115

Avenel:
-, Mabel, see Malet
-, Nic., 98, 183
-, Nic. (another), 98
-, Wm., 98
-, fam., 183

Avranches, Hugh d', earl of Chester, 172–3

B.

Bedgrave, in Weston Turville (Beds.), 70

Babbacombe (Devon), 135

Babbage, Jas., 120

Babington, Ellen, 138

Badcock:
-, Dan., 99
-, Mary, 99

Bagborough, 33, 76

Bagborough, West, 33

Baghtrip, see Bawdrip

Baker:
-, John, 141
-, John, rector of Crowcombe, 62
-, Spiring Spurway, 81

Balch:
-, Christiana, 131, 135, 194
-, Geo., 131, 194
-, Rob., 131, 194
-, Rob. Everard, 131, 194
-, Susanna, see Everard

Baldwin son of Harding, 66

Ballet:
-, Jane, 141
-, John, rector of Raddington, 139, 141
-, Priscilla, 141
-, Susan, 139
-, fam., 141

Balliol College, Oxford, 101–2, 198; and see Hunt, Jos.

Ballon, Wynebald de, 34

Bampton (Devon), 42, 139, 141

Banastre, Marg., see Rogers

Banneson, Alwi, see Alwi

Bankart, G. P., 44

Baptists, 63, 102, 135, 169–70, 189– 90, 199; and see Anabaptists

Bardon, see St. Decumans

Barlinch, priory, see Dulverton

Barnehouse, John, 76

Barnstaple (Devon), 159

Barnsworthy, see Dodington

Barnwell, John, rector of Holford, and vicar of Stogursey, 5

Barry, Edw., 58

Barton, John and Nic., see Walton

Barton, in Winscombe, man., 153

Barwe, Wm., and his w. Julian, 21

Barwick, 151

Basing:
-, Eleanor, m. John Kemmes, 155
-, Gilbert, 155
-, Hamon of, 155
-, John of (fl. c. 1300), 155
-, Sir John (d. 1337), 155
-, John (fl. c. 1379), 155
-, Ralph of, 155
-, Simon, 155
-, Wm., 155

Basset:
-, Art., 20
-, Frances, w. of John, m. 2 Thos. Moncke, 20
-, Francis John, 27
-, Joan, see Beaumont
-, Sir John (fl. 1500), 20
-, John (d. by 1548), 20
-, John (fl. c. 1660), 27
-, John (d. 1686), 27
-, John (d. 1721), 27
-, Susan, see Bluet

Batchwell, see Holford

Bath, 27, 58
-, archdeacon, see Bond, Jas.
-, bp., see Reginald
-, prior, see Robert
-, priory, 92, 95
-, Somersetshire Coll., 102

Bath and Glastonbury, bp. of, see Savaric

Bath and Wells:
-, bp., 24, 29, 37, 62, 72, 79, 87, 95, 101, 126, 134, 141, 166, 174– 5; and see Bitton; Bubwith
-, dioc., bd. of finance, 80

Bathealton, 16, 139, 141, 153

Batscombe, see Raddington

Battlegore, see St. Decumans

Bawdrip:
-, Adam of, 21
-, Hugh of, 21, 44
-, John (d. c. 1296), 21
-, John of (fl. 1351), 21, 44
-, Orange, w. of Hugh of, 21, 44
-, fam., 21

Bawdrip (Baghtrip), 184
-, rector, see Melliar

Bayley, Thos., 51–2

Baynham, John, vicar of Stogumber, 17, 188

beacons, 16, 71

Beauchamp:
-, Alice, w. of Sir John, 56
-, Cecily, w. of John de, see Forz
-, Cecily, m. Rog. Seymour, 56
-, John de (d. 1283), 98
-, Sir John (d. 1361), 56
-, Rob. de (fl. 1092), 56 n
-, Rob. de (fl. 1166), 56 and n
-, fam., 56, 98, 183

Beaufort:
-, Hen., bp. of Winchester, 183
-, Joan, m. Sir Edw. Stradling, 183

Beaumont:
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Muttlebury, 70
-, Hen. (d. 1548), 70
-, Hen. (d. 1591), 70
-, Hugh, 20
-, Humph., 70
-, Isabel, see Willington
-, Joan, m. — Basset, 20
-, Joan, w. of Wm., see Courtenay (or Bodrugan), John, 20, 70
-, Phil., 20, 70
-, Thos. (d. 1451), 20, 70
-, Thos. (d. 1488), 20, 70
-, Wm. (fl. 1396), 20, 70
-, Wm. (d. 1453), 20, 70

Beaupyne:
-, Marg., see Combe
-, Thos., 44

Bec-Hellouin (Eure), abbey, 49–50, 197

Becket, Thos., abp. of Canterbury, 151–2

Bedford, Thos., vicar of Old Cleeve, 50

Bedford, earl of, see Russel, Wm.

Bedfordshire, see Bromham; Weston Turville

Beggearn Huish, see Nettlecombe

Belasyse:
-, Sir Hen., 98 and n
-, Rogersa, see Rogers

Belgium, see Bruges

Bell, And., 53

bell-founders, see Austen; Evans, E. and W.; Gosselin; Jefferies; Norton, Rob.; Pennington; Purdue, Geo., Thos., and Wm.; Semson

bell-foundries, see Bristol; Exeter

Bellew:
-, A. J. Trollope —, 57
-, Maj. T. F. Trollope —, 34, 38, 57
-, fam., 35, 38

Bellowe, John, 119

Benington, Ellis de, 92

Benniworth, fam., 43

Benniworth (Lincs.), 44

Benny, Hugh, 104

Berkeley (Glos.), 122 n

Berkshire, see Abingdon; Besselsleigh; Buckland; Hampstead Marshall; Windsor

Bernard:
-, Edw., vicar of Nether Stowey, 198
-, Eliz., see Carew
-, Jas., 22, 57–9, 64
-, Wm., rector of Clatworthy, 38

Berne (Switzerland), 183

Berthulph (fl. 891), 138

Bertram (fl. 1086), 115

Besant, Sir Wal., 96

Besselsleigh (Berks., now Oxon), 27

Bible Christians, 53, 80, 169; and see Methodists

Biccombe:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Carew, 57
-, Eliz., w. of Hugh, 57
-, Emme, w. of Rob., m. 2 Thos. Wooth, 57
-, Hugh (d. 1459), 57, 63
-, Hugh (d. 1568), 57
-, Iseult, see Crowcombe
-, John (fl. 1363), 57
-, John (fl. 1566), 57 n
-, Ric. (d. 1457), 57
-, Ric. (d. 1523), 57, 180
-, Rob. (d. c. 1401), 57
-, Rob. (d. 1523), 57
-, fam., 56, 63

Bickenhall, ch., 52

Bickham:
-, Aldred, 54, 160
-, Ellen, 54
-, Silvester, 162
-, fam., 47, 161

Bicknoller:
-, Ingram of, 17
-, Rob. (alias Jenkins), 15

Bicknoller, 7, 13–19, 54, 62, 125, 134, 174, 177, 180, 183, 188
-, adv., 17
-, agric., 15–16
-, almshouses, 19
-, chaplain, 17
-, Chapmanscombe, 13, 15–16
-, char., 19
-, Chilcombe, 13, 15–16
-, ch., 14 n, 17–18, 88, 117, 177
-, ch. ho., 16–18
-, commons, 15–16
-, Cottiford, q.v.
-, cts., 16
-, Culverhayes, 13, 15
-, curates, 17–18
-, customs, 13 and n
-, dom. archit., 13–14
-, fms., 15–16
-, fields, 13
-, Ford, 13, 15
-, glebe, 17
-, ind., 16
-, inn, 13
-, lights, 18
-, man., 13–15, 108, 181, 187
-,-, ho., 14, 16
-, mills, 13, 15–16
-, minister, see Safford, Bart.
-, Newton, 13, 15–16
-, nonconf., 18
-, par. officers, 16–17
-, poor relief, 16–17
-, poorhouse, 18
-, pop., 13
-, pound, 16–17
-, prehist. rem., 13
-, quarries, 13
-, rly., 13
-, rectory, 16
-, roads, 13
-, sch., 13, 17–18
-, Thorncombe, 13, 14 n, 15 and n
-,-, cts., 16 Ho., 13, 15 man., 14–16, 184 oratory, 15
-, tithes, 17
-, tithing, 18, 187
-, Trendle Ring, 13
-, Upcott, 13, 15, 18
-, vicars, 17–18
-, vicarage ho., 13, 17
-, Wayfield, 15–16
-, woodland, 15–16
-, Woolston, 13–19, 171
-, Woolston Grange, 15
-, Yard, 13, 15

Bidwell, see Quantoxhead, West

Biffin, Sarah, 122

Bilbrook, see Cleeve, Old

Bincombe, in Nether and Over Stowey, 191, 197
-, tithing, 10, 193, 194 n

Birchanger, see Monksilver

Bishop, Rog., 29

Bishop's Hull, 96

Bishop's Lydeard, 64, 74, 78, 190
-, Hill, 35
-, Tirhill, 183

Bisse, Wm., rector of East Quantoxhead, 127

Bittescombe, see Upton

Bitton, Wm. of, bp. of Bath and Wells, 188

Black Death, 56, 59

Blackford:
-, Wm. (d. 1728), 155
-, Wm. (d. 1731), 155

Blackford (par.), 1

Blackwell, see Raddington

Blake:
-, John, 190
-, fam., 78

Blaket:
-, Sir John, 44–5
-, Marg., see Wroughton

Blinman:
-, Thos., curate of Williton, 160
-, fam., 160, 162

Blommart:
-, Dan. Francis, 21, 71, 184
-, Eliz., see Escott
-, John, 71
-, Mary, 71
-, fam., 24

Blount:
-, Alice, m. 1 Sir Ric. Stafford, 2 Sir Ric. Stury, 3, 98
-, Eliz., see Furneaux
-, John, 98
-, Marg., w. of Ric., m. 2 Jasper Fisher, 3 Nic. Saunders, 152
-, Ric. (d. 1575), 152
-, Ric. (fl. 1575), 152

Blue Anchor, see Cleeve, Old

Bluet:
-, Anne, m. Cadwallader Jones, 27, 29
-, Dorothy, m. Hen. Wallop, 27
-, Francis, 141
-, John (d. 1584), 27, 29
-, John (d. 1634), 27, 29
-, John (fl. 1685), 141
-, Mary, m. 1 Sir Jas. Stonehouse, 2 Sir John Lenthall, 27
-, Ric., 27
-, Sir Rog., 22, 26–7
-, Susan, m. John Basset, 27
-, fam., 30

Boarpath, see Stogumber

Boconnoc (Cornw.), 84

Bodley, Ric., rector of Holford, 5

Bodrugan:
-, Sir Hen., 70
-, Joan, see Courtenay
-, John, see Beaumont

Bolevill, fam., 184

Bond (Bonde):
-, F. Bligh, 25
-, Jas., vicar of Stogumber, archdeacon of Bath, 188

borough, see Crowcombe; Quantoxhead, East; Stowey, Nether; Watchet

Bosom:
-, Ralph, and his w. Joan, 21
-, Joan, m. Martin Jacob, 21

Boteler, see Butler

Boulers:
-, Baldwin de, 151
-, Maud, m. Ric. FitzUrse, 151
-, Sibyl de, see Falaise

Bourchier, John, Ld. Fitzwarren, 49, 193–4

Bovey Tracy (Devon), 84

Bowden:
-, And., 141
-, Jas., 64

Bowden, in Brompton Ralph, q.v.

Bowerman, Wm., 156

Boxwell (Glos.), 87

Boys:
-, Joan, see Saffin
-, John, and his s. John (fl. 1626), 180
-, John (d. before 1646), 22

Bradeston:
-, John de, 33
-, Peter de, 33

Bradford, parson of, see John

Bradford-on-Avon (Wilts.), 100

Bradford on Tone, 27, 78, 87

Bratton, Thos., 27

Braunton (Devon), 104

Brechin, bp. of, see Jermyn

Brendon (Devon), 72

Brendon Hill, see Cleeve, Old

Brendon ridgeway, see roads

Brett (Brito):
-, Adam, 14, 172–5
-, Alex. (fl. 1508), 84
-, Alex. (fl. 1609), 14
-, Alice, w. of Adam, m. 2 Edm. of Sampford, 172
-, Emme, w. of Sir Wm., 172
-, Godehuda, w. of Simon, 14
-, John (d. by 1225), 172
-, John (fl. 1308–34), 14–15, 108, 172
-, Maud, see Waleys
-, Rob., 16
-, Simon (fl. 1166), 172
-, Simon (fl. 1190), 156, 165–6, 172
-, Simon (fl. 1281–2), 14 and n
-, Simon (fl. 1327), 14
-, Simon (fl. 1355), 84
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1280), 172, 175
-, Wm. (fl. 1337), 172
-, Wm. (fl. 1445), 84
-, fam., 14 and n, 59, 84, 86, 156, 172

Brewer:
-, Nat., 20
-, Joan, m. David Yea, 20–1
-, fam., 23
-, and see Bruer

Brice:
-, (later Kingsmill), Eliz., 57
-, (later Kingsmill), Rob., 57
-, Rob., and his w., 173
-, Thos., 173
-, fam., 173

brick buildings, 60, 75, 147

brick making and trade, 47, 54, 62, 160

Brickenden, Edm., vicar of Old Cleeve, and rector of East Quantoxhead, 50–1

Bricsic (fl. 1066), 104

Brictric (fl. 1066), 20, 97

Brictuin (fl. 1066), 71

Briddicott, see Carhampton

Bridges:
-, Joan, see Sydenham
-, Thos., 153, 182

Bridgwater, earl of, see Daubeney, Hen.

Bridgwater, 51, 66 n, 67, 102, 131, 151, 159–60, 194
-, Dunwear tithing, 187
-, mkt., 103
-, poor-law union, 197
-, rural dist., 197
-, St. John's Hosp., 79, 166
-, vicar, 95; and see Wotton

Briggs, Revd. H. S., 141

Brismar (fl. 1066), 108, 182

Bristol, 5, 47, 63, 85, 93, 102, 159–60, 173, 183
-, bell-foundry, 96
-, Channel, 96–7
-, Merchant Venturers, 173
-, St. Mark's Hosp., 126
-, St. Nic. Ch. Museum, 120

Britmar (fl. 1066), 13

Brito, see Brett

Brome, Ingeram, 85

Bromham (Beds.), 98

Bromley (Kent, now Lond.) coll., 188

Brompton Ralph, 10–11, 19–25, 37–8, 70, 72–3, 109, 118, 130, 153, 179, 188
-, adv., 24
-, agric., 22–3
-, Bowden, 19
-, Burton, 19
-, char., 25
-, ch., 19, 24–5
-, ch. ho., 24–5
-, Colwell, 19, 22
-, commons, 19
-, cts., 10, 22–4
-, curate, 24
-, dom. archit., 21
-, Elworthy Barrows, 19
-, fms., 19, 22–3
-, fee, 163
-, fields, 22
-, glebe, 24
-, green, 19, 24
-, Hele, 19, 22
-, hund., 10, 163
-, inc., 24
-, ind., 23
-, inns, 20
-, lights, 24
-, man., 19–25
-,-, ho., 21
-, mills, 22–3
-, mining, 23
-, nonconf., 24–5
-, Padcombe, 19
-, par. ho., 23–4
-, par. officers, 23, 25
-, park, 19
-, Parswell, 22
-, Pitsford, 19–20, 22
-, poorhouse, 24
-, pop., 20
-, pound, 19, 23
-, prehist. rem., 19
-, quarries, 23
-, rectors, 24–5; and see Escott, Thos. Sweet and Wm. Sweet
-, rectory, 24
-,-, ho., 24
-, roads, 19–20, 23
-, Rooksnest, 19
-, schs., 24–5
-, Shorney, 22
-, Stone, 19
-, tithes, 24
-, Westcott, 22
-, woodland, 19, 22

Brompton Regis, 7, 10 n, 11, 20, 22
-, cts., 10
-, hund., 10

Brooke, fam., 27

brotherhood, see Monksilver; Nettlecombe; and see fraternity; guild

Brown, Miss, 199

Brown, in Huish Champflower, q.v.

Browne:
-, Alex., vicar of St. Decumans, 166
-, Nic., rector of Chipstable, 30

Browning, Edw., 196

Bruer, fam., 140; and see Brewer

Bruges, 80

Bruneland:
-, hund., 10
-, man., 10

Brushford, 10–11, 84

Bruton, priory, 155

Bryanston (Dors.), 98, 156

Bryant:
-, Amelia, m. Thos. Stowell, 85
-, Jas., 85
-, John, 85
-, Peggy, m. John, 85

Brympton d'Evercy, 64

Bubb:
-, Alicia (Alina), 66 and n
-, Arabella, 66 n
-, (later Bubb Dodington), Geo., Ld. Melcombe, 66–7
-, Mary, 66 n

Bubwith, Nic., bp. of Bath and Wells, 14

Buckingham, duke and marquess of, see Grenville; Stafford, Hen.

Buckinghamshire, see Dorney; Eton; Langley Park; Stowe

Buckland (Berks.), 172

Buckland, in Durston, 182
-, Buckland Priors, 75
-, preceptory, 75, 77, 79
-, prioress, 157

Bucknell, Violet, 75

Budley, see Stowey, Nether

Bulland, see Chipstable

Bullen, Rob. Uttermare, 76

Buller, Jenkin, 200

Bulwick (Northants.), barony, 151–2

Burgh, Hubert de, 44, 151

Burghland, Wm., 115

Burlescombe (Devon), 27

Burnham, 16, 104

Burton:
-, Julian, w. of Nat., m. 2 — Hobbes, 115
-, Martha, m. — Saddler, 115
-, Nat., 115
-, Ric. (d. 1607), 115
-, Ric. (d. by 1661), 115

Burton, in Brompton Ralph, q.v.

Burton, in Stogursey, q.v.

Bush (Bushe):
-, Eleanor, w. of Ralph, 98
-, Paul, vicar of Nether Stowey, 198
-, Ralph, 98

Busterd, Ant., 43, 52

Butleigh, 1

Butler (Boteler, Botiller):
-, Ellis, 173
-, Maud, m. Sir John Ralegh, 173
-, Sir Maurice le, 173
-, Rob., 46

butts, 16, 37, 49, 130

Buxton, Geo., rector of Holford, 5

Byam:
-, Francis, 38
-, Hen., rector of Luccombe, 38
-, John, rector of Clatworthy, vicar of Dulverton, 38
-, Sarah, 38

Bynneport (Byngeport), see Watchet

C.

C., R., goldsmith, 167

Caam, John, rector of Crowcombe, 62

Cadbury, North, barony, 34

Cade:
-, Chas., 183
-, Jas. (d. 1640), 156, 183
-, Jas. (d. 1655), 156, 183
-, Jas. (d. 1702), 183
-, Jas. (d. c. 1741), 156, 183
-, Nat., 183
-, Wm., 77

Cagley, see Sampford Brett

Calverleigh (Devon), rector of, 170

Camberwell (Surr., now Lond.), 92

Cambridge University, see King's College; Selwyn College

Cambridgeshire, see Littleport

Camerton, 57

Campbell, Dan., rector of Crowcombe, 62

Campbell-Voullaire, E. C., 181

Camplin:
-, Thos., 87
-, Thos., rector of Brompton Ralph, 24
-, fam., 24

Canada, 86

canal, see Lilstock

Cancy:
-, Maud, see Waleys
-, Wal., 84

Cannington, 101, 151, 200
-, Godsmoor, 190
-, sch., 64
-, vicar, 166

Canonsleigh (Devon), abbey, 22

Canterbury, abp. of, see Becket

Capel:
-, Art. (d. 1889), 27–8
-, Art. (d. 1931), 27
-, Art. John, 27
-, fam., 27–8, 140

Cappes:
-, Jas., 84
-, Nic., 84
-, Thos., 84

Capton, see Stogumber

Cardiff, 104

Carew:
-, E. G., 57
-, Eliz. (d. c. 1669), 64
-, Eliz. (d. 1881), 64
-, Eliz., m. Jas. Bernard, 57
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., see Biccombe
-, Eliz. Louisa, 64
-, Ethel Mary, m. Rob. Cranmer Trollope, 34, 56–7
-, Geo. Hen., 11
-, Geo. Hen. Warrington, 12, 57, 62
-, Sir John (d. 1637), 56–7
-, John (d. 1684), 35, 38, 57
-, John (fl. 18th cent.), 57
-, John Francis, 12
-, Mary (fl. 1725), 58 n
-, Mary (d. 1774), 57
-, Mary, m. Geo. Hen. Warrington, 57
-, Mary Anne, m. — Luxton, 64
-, Thos. (d. 1604), 34, 57
-, Thos. (d. 1662), 57, 63
-, Thos. (d. 1691), 57
-, Thos. (d. 1719), 57
-, Thos. (d. 1766), 11, 36, 57–60, 62, 64
-, Thos. G. W., 12, 57, 64
-, fam., 15 n, 33–8, 62–3, 113

Carhampton, 43, 85, 124, 151
-, Aller, 156
-, Briddicott, 7, 10
-, hund., 7, 10–11
-, Marsh, 44
-, Rodhuish, 109
-, vicar, 156

Carige, John, 27

Carmarthenshire, see Tenby

Carnarvon, earl of, see Herbert, Hen. and Hen. Geo.

Carne (Kerne):
-, Eleanor, see Wyndham
-, Thos., 151, 170

Carr, Alwyn, 51

Carslake, see Stogumber

Carter, John, 38

Carver, Ric., 27, 44 and n, 71, 120, 131, 199

Castello, Wal. de, 104

castle, see Dunster; Stogursey; Stowey, Nether

Castlehaven, earl of, see Tuchet, Geo. and Mervyn

Castleman, Hen., rector of Dodington, curate of Wedmore, 68

Catford, see Stogumber

Cathanger, in Fivehead, 11

Catwell, in St. Decumans and Sampford Brett, 149, 171–2, 174

Cauntelo:
-, Geo. de, 151
-, Phil. de (fl. 1229), 130
-, Phil. de (fl. 1267), 130, 132
-, Rob., 130
-, Simon, 130
-, Wm. de, 151–2
-, fam., 130

Cave:
-, Joan, see Sydenham
-, Ric., 21

Cavell, Wm., rector of Nettlecombe, 119

Cavendish:
-, Chas., Vct. Mansfield, 98
-, Eliz., see Rogers

Celric (fl. 1066), 26

Cerric (fl. 1066), 34

Chadelshounte, Wal. de, rector of Elworthy, 72

Champflower:
-, Joan, m. Ralph Waleys, 84
-, John de, 84
-, Mat., and his widow, 86
-, Nichole, w. of Thos., m. 2 Wm. Waleys, 84
-, Thos. (fl. 1166), 83–4
-, Thos. (fl. 1212), 84, 86
-, fam., 81

Chandos:
-, Isabel, see Epaignes
-, Maud, m. Phil. de Columbers, 7, 104, 193–4, 197–8
-, Rob. de, 104, 108, 193, 197
-, Wal. de, 193, 197

Chantry, see Kilve; Leighland; Nettlecombe; St. Decumans; Watchet

chapel, see Orchard Wyndham; St. Decumans; Watchet; Williton; and see oratory

Chapel Cleeve, see Cleeve, Old

Chapman:
-, Isabel, see Arundel
-, Simon, 33

Chapmanscombe, see Bicknoller

Chapplyn, fam., 161–2

Chard, vicar of, 24

Charles I, 194

Charles II, 72, 194

Charlotte, Princess, 198

Charlwood, see Stogumber

chase, 33, 56

Cheddermarsh, see Stogumber

Cheddon Fitzpaine, see Hestercombe

Chelmsford (Essex), 99

Chepstow (Mon., now Gwent), 167

Chester, John, 93

Chester:
-, barony, 172
-, bp., see Majendie
-, earl, see Avranches

chevage, 85, 93, 116

Chichester:
-, Eliz., see Courtenay
-, Sir John (d. by 1402), 115
-, John (d. 1437), 115
-, John (d. 1536), 115, 174
-, Sir John (d. 1568), 115
-, Sir John (d. 1586), 115
-, John (fl. 1743), 172
-, Ric., 115
-, Sir Rob., 115
-, Thomasia, see Raleigh

Chichester, bp. of, see Sydenham, Simon

Chidgley, see Cleeve, Old

Chidiock:
-, Eleanor, w. of Sir John, m. 2 Ralph Bush, 98
-, Sir John, 98

Chilcombe, see Bicknoller

Chilcott:
-, Chas., 60
-, Wm., rector of Holford, vicar of Stogursey, 5
-, Wm., curate of Elworthy, rector of Monksilver, 72, 110

Chillington, 181

Chilton Trinity, 102
-, vicar, 95

Chilton Trivet, 3

Chipping Ongar (Essex), 167

Chipstable, 7, 10, 26–31, 38, 81, 86, 137, 140–1
-, adv., 29–30
-, agric., 28–9
-, Bulland, 26, 28
-, Bulland Lodge, 27, 140
-, char., 31
-, Chitcombe, 26–8, 81
-, ch., 26, 29–30
-, ch. ho., 27, 29–30
-, common, 26, 30
-, cts., 29
-, curates, 30; and see Templer
-, dom. archit., 27–8, 30
-, fms., 26–8
-, fields, 26
-, glebe, 27, 30
-, Halsdown, 27–8
-, inc., 26
-, ind., 28–9
-, inns, 26
-, man., 26–7, 30
-,-, ho., 27, 29
-, mills, 29–30
-, nonconf., 30
-, par. officers, 29–30
-, park, 26, 28
-, poorhouse, 29
-, pop., 26
-, rly., 26
-, rectors, 29–30, 38, 141; and see Richards, Simon and Simon Slocombe
-, rectory, 29
-,-, ho., 26, 30
-, roads, 26
-, sch., 20, 26, 143
-, Skirdall (Skirdle), 26
-, tithes, 27–9
-, tithing, 29
-, Trowell, 26, 28
-, Waterrow, 26, 29–30
-, Withy, East, 26–9, 81
-, Withycombe, 26–8
-, woodland, 26, 28–9

Chitcombe, see Chipstable

Chubworthy:
-, Agnes, m. John Sydenham, 139
-, Geof., 139
-, John (fl. 1400), 139
-, John (fl. 1420), 139
-, Phil. of, 139
-, Ric., 139
-, Rob. of (fl. 1270), 139
-, Rob. of (fl. 1333), 139
-, Wal. of, 139
-, Wm., 139

Chubworthy, in Raddington, q.v.

church ales, 95–6

church houses, see Bicknoller; Brompton Ralph; Chipstable; Clatworthy; Cleeve, Old; Crowcombe; Elworthy; Halse; Huish Champflower; Kilton; Leighland; Lilstock; Monksilver; Nettlecombe; Quantoxhead, East; Quantoxhead, West; St. Decumans; Sampford Brett; Stogumber; Stowey, Nether; Watchet; Williton

Churcheys (Churchey):
-, Geo, 110
-, fam., 46

Churchstanton (Devon, now Som.), 79

Civil War, 16, 38, 66, 91, 119, 150–1, 159, 179, 193–4, 199

Clark, fam., 156

Clarkson:
-, Chris., rector of Elworthy, 72
-, Mrs., 72

Clatworthy:
-, John, see Arundel
-, Marg., see Arundel
-, (or de Hul), Phil. of, 33

Clatworthy, 10–11, 29, 31–9, 32, 81, 86, 113, 116
-, adv., 33–4, 37–8
-, agric., 35–6
-, chap., 34
-, char., 39
-, chase, 33
-, ch., 20, 31, 37–9
-, ch. ho., 37–8
-, common, 31, 33, 35–6
-, cts., 33–5, 37
-, cross, 38
-, curates, 38
-, dom. archit., 35
-, fms., 31, 34–6
-, fields, 31, 35
-, fishing, 33, 35–6
-, fraternity, 38
-, Fryan, 31, 35–7
-, Fryeron Ho., 35 n
-, glebe, 38
-, green, 31, 33
-, inc., 36, 38
-, ind., 36–7
-, inns, 33, 36–7
-, lights, 38
-, man., 10, 22, 33–7
-,-, ho., 31, 34
-, mkt. or fair, 37, 76
-, mill, 31, 36–7
-, Milltown, 31, 37
-, nonconf., 39
-, quarries, 36
-, par. officers, 37
-, parks, 33
-, poor rel., 37
-, poorhouse, 37
-, pop., 33
-, pound, 37
-, prehist. rem., 31
-, Raleigh's Cross, q.v.
-, rectors, 24, 37–9, 87; and see Lockett; Skelton
-, rectory, 33, 37
-,-, ho., 31, 38
-, reservoir, 31, 33, 35, 37, 81, 124
-, sch., 39, 88
-, Sedgeborough (Sedgebrook, Segbroc), 31, 33, 35 and n, 36–7
-, Syndercombe, q.v.
-, tithes, 38
-, tithing, 7, 35, 37
-, Tripp, 31, 33, 35 and n, 36–7
-, woodland, 31, 33, 35, 38

Clayhanger (Devon), 26, 139–40

Cleeve, Old, 11, 39–54, 40, 76, 107, 143, 146, 159
-, adv., 45, 50
-, agric., 45–7
-, Bilbrook, 41, 43–4, 46–8, 52–3
-, Blue Anchor, 41–3, 47–8
-,-, harbour, 47
-, Brendon Hill, 42–3, 45, 47, 52, 168
-,-, ch., 52 nonconf., 53 sch., 53
-, chap., 41, 44, 46, 52
-, Chapel Cleeve, 41–2, 46–8
-,-, chap. 41, 44, 46, 52 Manor, 41–4, 44
-, char., 53–4
-, Chidgley, 39, 47, 49, 116
-,-, mill, 48
-, ch., 41, 43, 49–52
-, ch. ho., 49, 51
-, Cleeve Abbey, 39, 41–50, 42, 52, 61, 149, 167
-,-, abbot, 157 granges, 41–2, 45, 47
-, Cleeve Bay, 41
-, Comberow, 43, 47
-, common, 39, 42, 46
-, cts., 10, 49
-, Croydon, 42 and n, 44, 46–7, 189
-, curates, 50–1
-, dom. archit., 41–2, 44
-, fairs, 48, 52 n
-, fms., 47
-, fields, 41–2, 46
-, fishery, 45
-, friendly soc., 43
-, glebe, 50
-, Golsoncott, 41–3, 46–7, 49
-, grange, 41–2, 45, 47
-, 'herpath', see roads
-, Hill, 41, 43
-, hund., 10, 49
-, Hungerford, 41–3, 47
-, ind., 41, 43, 47–8
-, inns, 41, 43 and n, 44
-, Leigh (Leigh Barton), 34, 42, 45–7, 52
-, Leighland, q.v.
-, lights, 51
-, Linton (London), 41, 46–8, 52 and n
-, man., 10, 43–5, 46 and n, 47–8, 146
-, mkt., 48
-, mills, 41–2, 48–9
-, mining, 47
-, New Street, 41
-, nonconf., 43, 52–3
-, par. officers, 49, 53
-, park, 42, 46
-, poor rel., 49
-, pop., 43
-, pound, 49
-, prehist. rem., 41
-, quarry, 41
-, rly., 41, 43, 47
-, rectors, 50–1
-, rectory, 45–6, 50
-, Road Br., 46, 48
-, roads, 42, 48
-, Roadwater, 39, 41–3, 46–9, 51–3, 63, 111, 113
-,-, mill, 48
-, Roadwater, Lower, 41–2
-,-, ch., 51 mill, 48
-, Rom. Cath., 45, 52
-, sch., 51, 53–4
-, shambles, 48
-, Stamborough, 42–3, 46–7
-, Stout, 41, 46
-,-, green, 41
-, Timwood, q.v.
-, tithes, 45–7, 50
-, tithing, 49
-, vicars, 50–1; and see Evans, Rob.
-, vicarage ho., 50
-, Washford, q.v.
-, woodland, 42, 45–7
-, workhouse, 49

Clifton Campville (Staffs.), 72

Clifton Maybank (Dors.), 152

Clopton:
-, Edw., 194
-, Frances, m. John Parthewicke, 194
-, Sir Hugh, 194
-, Wm., 138

Clopton (Warws.), 194

cloth manufacturing:
-, carding, 23
-, cloth, 4, 7, 23, 71, 85–6, 100, 159– 60, 186, 195
-, clothiers, 4, 14–16, 23, 28, 46–7, 60, 78, 100–1, 105, 109, 125, 134, 139, 161–2, 174, 186, 195
-, clothman, 50
-, combers, 186
-, dyehouse, 4, 78, 100, 109, 125, 195
-, dyers, 4, 16, 47, 60, 160, 186
-, fullers, 100, 105, 160, 186, 195
-, fulling, 29, 47, 60
-, linen house, 4, 100
-, serge, 125, 195
-, serge maker, 100
-, serge weavers, 16, 186
-, shearman, 134, 195
-, silk, 195–6
-, spinning, 187
-, tuckers, 4
-, tucking, 195
-, weavers, 4, 16, 23, 47, 60, 64, 71, 100, 105, 117, 125, 134, 160, 174, 186, 195
-, weaving, 47
-, woolcombers, 23, 60
-, wool dealer, 100
-, yarn, 160, 186

Cloutsham:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Wm. Jacob, 2 John FitzJames, 34, 132
-, Marg., da. of Wm., 34, 132
-, Marg., w. of Wm., see Lambrook
-, Wm., 34, 132

Clutsome, Thos., 3

coal, 118, 147, 159, 161

Cobham, Lords, see Brooke

Cockes, Thos., vicar of Halse, 79; and see Cox

Cogan, Wm., rector of Sampford Brett, 177

Cole:
-, Jas. (d. 1808), 196
-, Jas. (fl. 1813), 196
-, Thos., 196

Coleford, in Elworthy and Stogumber, 69, 71, 177, 179, 183–4, 189
-, Coleford Water, 177–9, 179 n, 190

Coleridge:
-, Edw., rector of Monksilver, 110
-, Sam. Taylor, 192–3

Colford, Thos., 61

Colles, Humph., 105–6, 193–4

Colne:
-, Alice, see Waleys
-, Wm., 84

Colombo (Sri Lanka), bp. of, see Jermyn

Colton, see Nettlecombe

Columbers:
-, Agnes de, 105
-, Alice de, 105
-, Egelina, w. of Phil., 104
-, Eleanor, see Martin
-, John de, 104, 193, 196
-, Maud, see Chandos
-, Phil. (d. 1186), 104, 193, 195
-, Phil. (d. 1215), 104, 193
-, Phil. (d. 1257), 92, 104, 191, 193, 197
-, Phil. (d. 1262), 104, 193
-, Phil. (d. 1277), 193
-, Phil. (d. 1342), 104–5, 193 and n Stephen, 104, 193 n
-, fam., 92, 105

Colwell, see Brompton Ralph

Combe:
-, Sir John (d. 1362), 44
-, John (fl. 1365), 44
-, Marg., w. of Sir John,? m. 2 Thos. Beaupyne, 44
-, Ric. of, 181
-, Wm. of, 181

Combe, in Quantoxhead, East, q.v.

Combe Cross, see Stogumber

Combe Florey, 71, 133

Combe Sydenham, see Stogumber

Comberow, see Cleeve, Old

Combwich, 67, 97

Comens:
-, Rob., 87
-, Thos., 87

Comer:
-, Geo., 76
-, Rob., 76

commodities (less usual):
-, canary seed, 186
-, currants, 186
-, figs, 67
-, glasses, 186
-, spice, 67
-, sugar, 67, 186
-, tobacco, 67, 160, 186
-, and see coal; exports; imports; salt

commons, 2–3, 15–16, 19, 22, 26, 31, 35–6, 39, 42, 46, 54, 56, 58, 65, 67, 69, 81, 83, 85, 89, 93–4, 100, 103, 105, 111, 121, 124–5, 133, 136, 158, 171, 178, 185, 191
-, inclosed, 3, 16, 26, 33, 36, 54, 58–9, 65, 67, 69, 74, 81, 83, 86, 103, 111, 124, 171, 178
-, ploughed, 22, 28, 36, 58, 94, 111, 125, 133, 184

Comper, Sir Ninian, 51

Compton Dundon, 1, 98, 115, 133
-, barony, 183
-, man., 115, 156

Congregationalists, 24–5, 30, 63, 190, 199; and see Independents; Lady Huntingdon's Connexion

Conibere:
-, Hen., 133
-, Mic., 133
-, fam., 134

constable, see Robert son of Ives

Conway, Thos., vicar of Kilton, 95

cook, see Ansger

Cook-Hurle, see Hurle

Cooke:
-, John, 85
-, Jos., rector of Spaxton, 200

Cooksley, see Crowcombe

copper mining, see mining

coppicing, 3, 65, 67

Corbett, Miles, 27

Corewell, see Holford; Currill

Cormailles:
-, Rob. de, 14
-, Rog. de, 14

Cornish, Wm., 18

Cornu:
-, Joan, see Malet
-, Wm., 131, 135

Cornwall, 111; and see Boconnoc; Padstow; Trevelyan

Cossey (Norf.), 138

Cossington, 1

Cottam, A. B., 30

Cottiford, in Bicknoller and Stogumber, 13, 14 n, 15–16, 18, 184

Couch:
-, E. A., vicar of Stogumber, 189
-, Wm., 64

Coughton (Warws.), 172

Courcelles, Rog. de, 97, 108, 115, 132, 179, 182–4, 194

Court, Marg. and Wm., see Rivers

Courtenay:
-, Chas., 172
-, Edw, earl of Devon, 84
-, Eliz., m. John Chichester, 172
-, Eliz., see Sydenham
-, (formerly Throckmorton), Sir Geo., 172
-, Hen., marquess of Exeter, 84
-, Hugh, earl of Devon, 172
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1425), 84, 87
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1471), 84
-, Joan, m. 1 Wm. Beaumont, 2 Sir Hen. Bodrugan, 20, 70
-, John (d. 1509), 172
-, John (d. 1660), 172
-, John (d. 1684), 172
-, John (d. 1724), 172
-, John (d. 1732), 172
-, Marg., w. of Hugh, earl of Devon, 172
-, Marg., w. of John, 172
-, Maud, w. of Sir Hugh, 84
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1406), 172
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1463), 172
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1489), 172
-, Phil. (d. 1547), 172
-, Phil. (d. 1611), 172
-, Ric., bp. of Norwich, 172
-, Rob., 172
-, Wm., 181
-, fam., 85–6, 151, 156

courts and franchises, see assize of bread and of ale; chase; cuckingstool; deodands; felons' goods; frankpledge; gallows; halmotes; hundreds; infangthief and outgangthief; lockup; outlaws' goods; pillory; pirates' goods; prison; sheriff's tourn; stocks; tumbrel; waifs and strays; warren, free; wrecks

Cowbridge (Glam.), 159

Cox:
-, Hen., rector of Holford, 5
-, Wm., 77
-, and see Cockes

Crang:
-, Jas. (d. 1846), 183
-, Jas. (d. 1847), 183
-, Jas. (fl. 1875), 183

Creech St. Michael, 10–11

Creedy Park (Devon), 85

Crewkerne, 77

Cridland:
-, Eliz., 133
-, Frances, m. Laur. Herd Luxton, 133
-, Frances, w. of Ric., see Harrison
-, Ric., 133
-, Thos. (d. 1789), 133, 180
-, Thos. (d. 1811), 133

Crocker:
-, Joan, see Hartrow
-, Wm., 182

Croke (Crooke):
-, Geo., 57
-, Sir John, 57
-, John (d. 1554), 57
-, John (fl. 1598), 57
-, Sam., and his w. Eliz., 84–5

Cromwell:
-, Oliver, 151
-, Thos., 5

Crooke, see Croke

crop rotation, 3, 77, 93, 124

crops (less common):
-, acorns, 117
-, apples, 117, 127, 185
-, barley, 46, 185
-, beechnuts, 117
-, clover, 15, 28, 77, 105, 140, 159–60
-, clover, white, 117
-, flax, 28, 78, 105, 125, 166, 185, 195
-, hemp, 105, 125, 166
-, hops, 79, 118, 127, 185
-, oats, 22, 46, 116
-, pears, 118, 127
-, peas, 157
-, potatoes, 22, 117
-, rape, 125
-, rye, 15, 22, 46, 58, 85, 93–4, 116– 17, 124–5, 133
-, seaweed, q.v.
-, tares, 47
-, trefoil, 28
-, turnips, 22, 47, 125, 140
-, vetches, 77, 116, 157, 174

Crosse, fam., 78

crow net, 49

Crowcombe:
-, Godfrey, of, 7, 57, 60–2
-, Iseult, m. John Biccombe, 57
-, Ric. of, 57
-, Simon of (fl. 1236), 57
-, Simon of (d. by 1280), 57
-, Simon of (d. c. 1322), 57, 184
-, Simon of (d. 1349), 57, 63
-, Wimond (I) of, 56
-, his das., 56
-, Wimond (II) of, 56–7
-, fam., 63

Crowcombe, 7, 10–11, 13–14, 15 n, 34, 36, 54–64, 55, 75, 153, 174, 180, 184
-, adv., 57, 62
-, agric., 58–60
-, beacons, 54
-, boro., 54, 58–60
-, char., 60, 62–4
-, chase, 56
-, ch., 54, 57–8, 61–3
-, ch. ho., 54, 56, 61, 61, 63–4
-, Combe, 54
-, commons, 54, 56, 59
-, Cooksley, 54, 59
-, Court, 54, 56, 58–60, 60, 62–4
-, cts., 57–8, 61
-, curates, 63
-, dom. archit., 62
-, fairs, 58, 60
-, fms., 54, 59
-, fields, 54, 58
-, Flaxpool, 54, 56, 59, 64
-, friendly soc., 56, 179
-, glebe, 62
-, guild, 63
-, Heathfield, q.v.
-, Heddon, 54, 58–9, 61
-, 'herpath', see roads
-, hund., 12
-, Hurley, 54, 59
-, inc., 58–9, 62
-, ind., 54, 60
-, inns, 56, 60
-, Lawford, 54, 56, 59–60
-, Leigh, 1, 54, 59–61
-,-, mills, 59 oratory, 63
-, lights, 63
-, man., 10, 14 n, 38, 56–64, 184, 187 ho., 54, 57–9
-, mkt., 54, 58, 60
-, mills, 60–1
-, nonconf., 63
-, par. officers, 61
-, park, 56, 59
-, poor rel., 61
-, poorhouse, 61, 63
-, pop., 56
-, pound, 61
-, Poundisford, 54
-, prehist. rem., 54
-, Quantock, Little, 54, 59–60
-, Quarkhill, 54, 59–61
-, quarries, 54, 60
-, rly., 56
-, rectors, 38, 60–4
-, rectory, 17, 62–3
-,-, ho., 60, 62
-, roads, 56
-, Roebuck, 54, 59–61
-, Roebuck Gate, 54
-, sch., 62–4
-, Slough, 54
-, street, 54
-, tithes, 62
-, tithings, 61
-, Triscombe, 54, 59–60
-, Trowbridge, 54, 60–1
-, Warren, 56
-, Wharncliffe (Wormeclyve), 54
-, woodland, 54, 56, 58 and n, 59–60

Croydon, see Cleeve, Old

Cruze (Cruwys), John, 88

cuckingstool, 37, 49, 78, 126 and n duckingstool or shilvingstole, 164

Culcombe, see Stogumber

Cullompton (Devon), 47, 162

Culme:
-, Revd. Benj., 45, 50
-, Judith, see Layfield

Culvercliffe, see St. Decumans

Culverhayes, see Bicknoller

Culverwell, John, 107

Cumberland, 145

Cunditt:
-, John (fl. 1664), 98, 101
-, John (d. 1690), 98, 101
-, John (d. 1771), 3, 98
-, fam., 3

Cunteville:
-, Adam de, 66
-, (or of Dodington), Wm. de, 66

Curci:
-, Alice, 104
-, Emme, see Falaise
-, Wm. de (fl. early 12th cent.), 104
-, Wm. de (d. 1171), 3
-, Wm. de (d. 1194), 104

Curdon, see Stogumber

Curlinch, see St. Decumans

Currill, see Holford

Curry, North, 29

Curry Mallet, 77

customs, see Bicknoller; Watchet; and see chevage; heriots

D.

dairying, 23, 28, 47, 60, 78, 86, 94, 100, 109, 116–17, 124–5, 134, 139, 159, 185, 196

Daniel, H. C., 93

Darch:
-, Ric., 88, 141
-, Wm., rector of Huish Champflower and Raddington, 87, 141
-, fam., 36

Dare:
-, Chas., 29
-, Wal., rector of Chipstable, 29

Darell:
-, Marmaduke, 104
-, Sir Sampson, 104

Dashwood:
-, Francis, 179
-, Geo., 179
-, John, 179
-, Rob., 179, 185
-, fam., 185

Date:
-, Jas., 162
-, John, 169

Daubeney:
-, Giles, Ld. Daubeney, 20
-, Hen., earl of Bridgwater, 20

Davie:
-, Sir John, 28
-, fam., 85
-, Ferguson-, fam., 86, 140
-, and see Davy

Davis, see Davys

Davy, Sir Humph., 193, 196; and see Davie

Davys (Davis):
-, Benj., 138, 141
-, Geo., 137, 141, 143
-, Jas., 138, 141
-, Thos., elder, 138, 140
-, Thos., younger, 138
-, Thos., of Milverton, 138
-, Thos., rector of Raddington, 138, 141
-, fam., 138, 140–1

Dawe:
-, Nic., 152 n
-, Thos., 146
-, fam., 152, 157–8

Daw's Castle, see Watchet

Decuman, St., 145, 165 and n, 166–7

deer leaps, 89, 96–7

demesnes, let or farmed, 15, 22, 35, 46, 59, 67, 77, 93, 105, 124, 133, 139, 157, 195; and see granges

Denscombe, see Quantoxhead, East

deodands, 106

Deshon, Mrs Anne, 27

Despenser, Hugh le, earl of Winchester, 180

Devon, earl of, see Courtenay

Devon, 77, 115; and see Arlington; Babbacombe; Bampton; Bovey Tracy; Braunton; Brendon; Burlescombe; Calverleigh; Canonsleigh; Churchstanton; Clayhanger; Creedy Park; Cullompton; Ermington; Fremington; Gittisham; Haccombe; Halberton; Hartland; Heanton Punchardon; Hockworthy; Holcombe Rogus; Honiton; Ilfracombe; Molland; Newton Abbot; Powderham; Seaton; Staverton; Stoodleigh; Tale; Tallaton; Torrwood; Wembury

Dickes, Wm., rector of Elworthy, 72

Dickinson, John, rector of Holford, 5

Dinton (Wilts.), 154

Dobell (Doble):
-, Eliz., see Pavely
-, Giles, 133
-, John (fl. late 15th cent.), 133
-, John (fl. 1708), 180
-, Rob., 133

Dodeman (fl. 1086), 70, 155

Dodington:
-, Alice, see Sydenham
-, Sir Francis, 66, 104–5, 179, 181
-, Geo. (d. 1620), 3, 66
-, Geo. (d. 1720), 3, 66
-, Geo. Bubb, see Bubb
-, John (d. 1444), 66
-, John (fl. 1473), 66, 68
-, Sir John (d. 1514), 66
-, John (d. 1573), 66
-, John (d. c. 1673), 66, 93–4
-, Phil. of (fl. late 13th cent.), 66
-, Phil. (fl. 1345), 66 n
-, Ric., 66
-, Rog. of (fl. late 12th cent.), 66, 68
-, Rog. of (fl. 1225), 66
-, Rog. of (fl. 1285), 66
-, Thos. of (d. by 1361), 66
-, Thos. (fl. 1370), 66 and n
-, Thos. (fl. 1415), 66
-, Thos., and his w. Eliz., 180
-, Wm. of (fl. late 12th cent.), see Cunteville
-, Wm. (fl. before 1225), 66
-, Wm. (fl. after 1225), 66
-, Wm. (fl. 1306), 66 n
-, fam., 3–4, 65, 68–9, 71, 185

Dodington, 1–2, 4–5, 65–9, 101, 105, 153, 195, 199
-, adv., 68
-, agric., 67
-, Barnsworthy, 65, 67
-, chaplain, 68
-, ch., 66 and n, 68–9, 197
-, common, 65, 67
-, cts., 4, 67
-, curates, 68
-, dom. archit., 66, 68
-, fms., 67
-, fields, 65, 67
-, glebe, 67–8
-, green, 65
-, Hall, 65–6, 93
-, ind., 4, 65, 67, 193
-, inn, 65
-, man., 3, 65–6, 68, 93, 105
-,-, ho., 65–6, 68
-, mill, 65, 67
-, mining, 4, 65, 67, 193
-, par. officers, 68
-, Perry Mill, 2, 4, 65–8
-, pop., 65
-, rectors, 67–8, 95; and see Pollard, Mic.
-, rectory ho., 65, 68–9
-, roads, 65
-, sch., 69
-, tithes, 68, 197
-, tithing, 11, 67, 78
-, woodland, 65, 67

Dodo (fl. 1086), 65

Domne (fl. 1066), 182

Doniford, in Monksilver, q.v.

Doniford, in St. Decumans, 10–11, 145–6, 149–50, 158–61, 164, 166, 168–9, 180, 182
-, camp, 136, 146
-, chap., 153
-, cts., 164
-, fm., 157
-, man., 152–3, 157, 160, 163
-,-, ho., 153
-, mill, 163
-, pop., 150

Donne:
-, Eliz., 76
-, John, 76
-, Mary, m. John Hancock, 76
-, Ric., 76

Dorney (Bucks.), 5

Dorniford, see Monksilver: Doniford

Dorset, see Bryanston; Clifton Maybank; Eastbury; Edmundsham; Forde; Fordington; Langton Long Blandford; Litton Cheyney; Lyme; Poorstock; Poyntington; Stalbridge; Studland; Winfrith Newburgh

dovecot, 121, 139, 152, 166, 180

Dovell:
-, John, vicar of Old Cleeve, 50
-, fam., 48

Downside, see Stogumber

Dublin, Christ Church cathedral, 87

duckingstool, see cuckingstool

Dudley:
-, John, duke of Northumberland, 104
-, Rob., earl of Leicester. 197

Dulverton, 10–11, 27, 139, 173
-, Barlinch priory, 88, 183
-, canons, 157
-, cts., 10
-, hund., 10
-, man., 10
-, poor-law union, 86
-, rural dist., 86
-, vicar, see Byam, John

Dunn (Dunne) (fl. 1066), 70, 194

Dunster, John, 180

Dunster 44, 52, 89, 99, 104, 122–3, 127, 155, 161, 174, 184, 189
-, Avil man., 15
-, barony, 33, 84, 91, 139
-, cast., 38
-, honor, 3, 13, 20, 70, 92, 130, 172, 182
-, Marsh, 27
-, priory, 92

Dunsterville:
-, Evelyn (Eveline), see Goldney
-, Hugh G. E., 75

Dunwear, see Bridgwater

Durand, Wm. s. of, see William

Durborough, see Stogursey

Durburgh:
-, Alice, m. Alex. Hadley, 151
-, Hawise, see Fitz Urse
-, Sir Hugh, 151, 180
-, Jas., 21, 151, 180
-, John, 21, 151, 180
-, Ralph, 21, 151

Durleigh, 50

Durston, see Buckland

Dyer, Mr., 200

Dyfed, see Tenby

Dyke:
-, Edw., 22, 155
-, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Acland, 27
-, Thos., 27
-, fam., 22, 27

Dyve:
-, Howarda, see Rogers
-, Sir Lewis, 98

E.

Eastbury (Dors.), 66

Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron, and Coal Co., 23, 36, 117

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 14, 156, 180

Eckington (Worcs.), Woollas Hall in, 34

Edbrooke, Wm., 39

Eddy, John, rector of Elworthy, 72

Edgar, King, 56, 157

Edmonton (Mdx. now Lond.), 92

Edmundsham (Dors.), 98

Edney, Wm., 84

Ednod, (fl. 1066), 173

Edwald (fl. 1066), 97

Edward the Elder, King, 56, 91

Edward Augustus, duke of Kent, 198

Egmont, earls of, see Perceval

Egremont, earls of, see Wyndham

Egrove, see St. Decumans

Eldred (fl. 1066, 1086), 108

Eleanor of Castile, Queen, 83, 138

Elliot:
-, Ernest Hen., 21
-, Geo., 21

Ellison, Noel, rector of Nettlecombe, 119

Elnod, reeve, 130

Elworthy:
-, Phil. of, 70
-, Simon of, 70
-, Wm. of, 70
-, fam., 70

Elworthy, 7, 31, 69–73, 70 n, 109–10, 177–8, 189
-, adv., 72
-, agric., 71
-, char., 73
-, ch., 20, 72–3, 177
-, ch. ho., 72
-, Coleford, q.v.
-, common, 69
-, cts., 71
-, curates, see Chilcott, Wm.; Hill, John
-, dom. archit., 69
-, fms., 71
-, fields, 69
-, fraternity, 72
-, glebe, 72
-, inc., 69
-, ind., 71
-, lights, 72–3
-, man., 21, 70–1, 182
-,-, ho., 71
-, mills, 71
-, nonconf., 73
-, par. officers, 71
-, park, 70
-, Pirtochesworda, 70 n
-, Plash, 69–71
-, poor rel., 71
-, poorhouse, 71
-, pop., 70
-, prehist. rem., 69
-, quarries, 69
-, rectors, 72 and n
-, rectory, 72
-,-, ho., 72
-, roads, 69–71
-, sch., 73
-, tithes, 72, 188–9
-, tithing, 187
-, Willett, 69–71, 73, 184
-,-, Ho., 69–71 man., 70–1 mill, 71 park, 69 tithes, 188–9 Tower, 69
-, woodland, 69, 71

Embelle, see Stogumber

emigration, 61, 86

engineers, see Abernethy; Grose; Rennie

Engram, Thos., 105

Enmore, ch., 196

Epaignes:
-, Alf. d', 108, 193–4, 196
-, Isabel, m. Rob. de Chandos, 108, 193

Ermington (Devon), 21

Escott:
-, Anna Sweet, 182–3
-, Revd. Bickham (d. 1754), 71
-, Revd. Bickham (d. 1801), 71, 182
-, Revd. E. H. Sweet, 182
-, Eliz., m. Dan. Francis Blommart, 21, 71
-, Hay Sweet, rector of Kilve, 102
-, Revd. Herbert Sweet, 101
-, Mary, m. Thos. Sweet Escott, 21, 182
-, Sarah, see Hay
-, Thos. Sweet, 21, 182
-, Thos. Sweet, rector of Brompton Ralph, 25, 182
-, Revd. W. S. Sweet, 182
-, Wm. Sweet, rector of Brompton Ralph, 24, 182
-, fam., 24, 36, 85, 159, 175

Escott, in Stogumber, q.v.

Essex, 104; and see Chelmsford; Chipping Ongar
-, archdeacon, see Layfield, Edw.

Ethelwulf, King, 56

Eton (Bucks.), coll., 4–5, 106, 110, 173, 197–8
-, headmaster, see Keate

Evans:
-, E. and W., 167
-, Gawen, rector of West Quantoxhead, 135
-, Rob., vicar of Old Cleeve, 50, 52
-, Wm., 135

Everard:
-, Rob., 194
-, Susanna, m. Rob. Balch, 194
-, Susanna, w. of Rob., see Topp
-, Wm., 156

Ewell (Surr.), 152

Exeter, marquess of, see Courtenay

Exeter, 25, 73, 80 and n, 85, 113, 135, 168, 184, 189
-, bell-foundry, 18, 63, 88, 167
-, bp., see Fisher, John; Majendie

Exford, 135
-, Almsworthy, 7, 10

Exmoor, 7
-, forest, 11
-, National Park, 7, 69, 107, 111

exports, 159–60

Exton, 10–11

F.

Fairfield, see Stogursey

fairs, see Clatworthy: mkt.; Cleeve, Old; Crowcombe; Kilve; St. Decumans; Sampford Brett; Stogumber; Stowey, Nether; Watchet; Williton

Falaise:
-, Emme, m. Wm. de Curci, 104
-, Sibyl de, m. Baldwin de Boulers, 151
-, Wm. de, 104, 106, 151

Falmouth (formerly Stogummer) (Maine, U.S.A.), 179

Fareham (Hants), 76

Farleigh Wallop (Hant), 27

Farthing:
-, John, rector of Crowcombe, 62
-, Sam., rector of Crowcombe, 62

felons' goods, 61, 106

Feltham, John, 129

Fenne, Wm. de la, and his w. Emme, 138, 140

Fenne, in Stogumber, see Stogumber: Downside

Ferguson-Davie, see Davie

Ferrey, Benj., 30

Fiddington, 68

Fisher:
-, Jasper, 152
-, John, vicar of Nether Stowey, bp. of Exeter, 198
-, Marg., see Blount

fishing, 33, 35–7, 89, 97, 105, 125, 159–60
-, conger, 125
-, fishery, 45
-, fishponds, 56, 74, 89, 97, 123–4
-, glatting, 76, 94, 97, 125
-, herring, 184

FitzAlan:
-, Hen., earl of Arundel, 44
-, Mary, see Radcliffe

FitzGarrett:
-, Agnes, see Leigh
-, Edw., 152

FitzGerold, Rob., 43, 49

FitzHarding, Rob., 122 n

Fitzhead, 73–4, 79

FitzHerbert, Rob., 155

FitzHide, John, rector of Nettlecombe, 119

FitzJames:
-, Aldred, 34, 132
-, Eliz., see Cloutsham
-, John, 34, 132

FitzMartin:
-, Isabel, see Ralph son of William
-, Nic., 20–1

FitzPayn, Rob., 113

FitzUrse:
-, Alice, see Avenant
-, Annora, w. of Ralph, 152
-, Hawise, m. Hugh Durburgh, 151
-, Hilary, see Ralph son of William
-, Isabel, w. of Ralph, m. 2 Wm de Raleigh, 21, 23
-, Joan, 151
-, John, 20–1, 151, 162
-, John, rector of Brompton Ralph, 24
-, Maud, w. of Sir Ralph, 22, 151
-, Maud, w. of Ric., see Boulers
-, Ralph (d. by 1269), 21, 151
-, Ralph (d. c. 1321), 21, 151–2
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1350), 151, 157
-, Reynold, 151–2
-, Ric., 151–2
-, Rob., 151–2, 156, 165, 168
-, Thos., 115
-, fam., 24, 167

Fitzwarren, Ld., see Bourchier

Five Bells, see St. Decumans

Fivehead, see Cathanger

Flaxpool, see Crowcombe

fleeces, 116, 124

Foley:
-, Mary, see Stewkeley
-, Thos., Ld. Foley, 44

Ford, see Bicknoller

Forde (Devon, now Dors.), abbey, 31, 33, 35, 37

Fordington (Dors.), 141

Forestry Commission, 134

Forz:
-, Cecily, m. John de Beauchamp (d. 1283), 98, 133, 156
-, Wm. de, 98

Foster:
-, John, 101
-, Nic., rector of Monksilver, 109
-, Rob., clerk, 101
-, Wm., clerk, 126

France, see Bec-Hellouin; Lonlay; Rochelle, La

franchises, see courts and franchises

Francis (Fraunceys):
-, John (fl. 1325), 153
-, John (fl. 1772), 71

Frank:
-, Eliz., m. John Sydenham, 173
-, John, and his w Eliz., 173

Franklin, Wm., 182

frankpledge, 12, 61, 118, 126 and n, 163

fraternity, see Clatworthy; Elworthy; Stogumber; and see brotherhood; guild

Fraunceys, see Francis

Free, Ralph, vicar of Old Cleeve, 50

Freemanors (Free Manors), hund., 10–11, 49, 109
-, bailiff, 12
-, and see Williton and Freemanors, hund.

Fremington (Devon), 75

friendly societies, see Cleeve, Old; Crowcombe; Halse; Kilve, Nettlecombe; St. Decumans; Stogumber; Stowey, Nether; Watchet; Williton

Frithogyth, w. of King Aethelheard, 20

fruit growing, 60, 78, 134, 186

Fry:
-, J. S., 85
-, Joan, see Malet
-, John, 21, 34, 37

Fryan, see Clatworthy

Fryern, John, 35

Fulford:
-, Sir Baldwin, 151
-, Dorothy, w. of John, 21
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Francis, 21
-, Florence, w. of Sir Humph., 21
-, Sir Francis, 21, 151
-, Hen., 151
-, Sir Humph., 21, 151
-, John (d. 1544), 21
-, Sir John (d. 1580), 21
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1490), 21, 151
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1610), 21, 157
-, Wm. (d. 1517), 151
-, Wm., w of Hen., 151
-, fam., 19, 151–2, 157, 162

Fuller-Palmer-Acland, see Acland

Furneaux:
-, Eleanor, 98
-, Eliz., m. John Blount, 3, 98
-, Hen. (d. c. 1221), 98
-, Hen. (fl. 1221), 98
-, Joan, see Robert son of William
-, Mat. (d. c. 1285), 3, 98, 183
-, Mat. (d. 1316), 98, 100, 132–3, 156
-, Maud, w. of Mat., 98
-, Simon, 3, 98, 101, 133, 156
-, fam., 3

furze, 23, 26, 33, 46, 60–1, 67, 85, 94, 125, 136, 140, 178

G.

Gale, Geo., 127

Galley:
-, Chas., rector of Crowcombe, 62
-, Thos., 62

gallows, 23, 37, 61, 118

Galpin, John, 25

Gass:
-, Eliz., see Hood
-, Sir Mic. D.I., 66, 92, 131

Gatchell, Joanna, 110, 177

Gatemore:
-, Isabel de, 138
-, (or Skilgate), Mat. de, 34

Gaunt:
-, Avice, w. of Rob. de, 122
-, Hen. de, 126
-, Maurice de, 7, 118, 122, 126
-, Rob. de, 122

Gay, Rob., rector of Nettlecombe, 119

Geoffrey (fl. 1086), 132

George II, 56

Germany, see Worms

Gibbes, John, rector of Clatworthy, 38

Gibson, John, rector of Holford, 5

Gilbert, fam., 184

Giles:
-, C. E., 52, 120, 168, 199
-, Geo., 52
-, Mr., 52 n

Gill, Wm., 64

Gilling (Gillinge):
-, Isaac, 179
-, Ric., 18

Gimblett, Ric., 162

Gittisham (Devon), 58

Glamorgan, see Cardiff; Cowbridge; Neath; Newton; Swansea

Glass, John, 11

Glastonbury:
-, abbey, 15 n, 20, 56, 98, 194 abbots, 1
-, St. John's par., 17

Gliddon, fam., 161

Glorious Ascension, Community of, 52

Gloucester, 160

Gloucestershire, 47; and see Acton, Iron; Boxwell; Bristol; Gloucester; Stroud; Tewkesbury

gloving, 16, 48, 60, 174, 186, 195

Goddard, Vincent, 45

Godele, Hamelin de, 180

Godolphin:
-, Hen., dean of St. Paul's, 5, 50
-, Jas., 91
-, Mary, see Luttrell

Godwin, Earl, 43, 56
-, his w., see Gytha

Godwin son of Harold, 113

Goldcliff (Mon., now Gwent):
-, prior, 108
-, priory, 68, 104, 107–8, 197–8

Goldney:
-, Evelyn (Eveline), m. — Dunsterville, 75
-, Sir Fred., 75
-, Sir Gabriel, 75
-, Sir Gabriel Prior, 75, 76 n
-, Mary, see Alexander

goldsmiths, see C., R.; Ions; M., I.; O., R.; P., I.

Golsoncott, see Cleeve, Old

Gomer, see Warver

Gooding:
-, Hen., 75, 77
-, John, 48
-, Sam., 75
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Paige, 75
-, fam., 49

Goodley, see Stogumber

Gordon, Thos., 83

Gore:
-, Hugh, 179
-, John, 11
-, John, s. of John, 11
-, Wm., 184

Gorges:
-, Eliz., 34
-, Marmaduke, 34
-, Maud, 34
-, Ric., 34
-, Sir Theobald, 34

Goslan (fl. 12th cent.), 104

Gosselin, John, 63

Gouningham:
-, John, 93
-, fam., 93

Govett, John, 94

Granger:
-, Mary, m. Mat. Haviland, 75
-, Wm., 75

granges, 31, 41–2, 45–7

Gravenor, see St. Albyn

Great Road, see roads

Green:
-, Misses, 170
-, fam., 73

Greenaway, W., 78

Greenham, see Stawley

Greenwich, East (Kent, now Lond.), 92

Greinton, 1

Grenville:
-, Geo., marquess of Buckingham, 3, 66–7, 93
-, Ric., Earl Temple, 66
-, Ric., duke of Buckingham, 65–6, 93–4
-, fam., 4

Greswell:
-, A. J., 133
-, Mary Eliz., 101
-, Wm., rector of Kilve, 102
-, Wm. Territt, and his w. Rachel, 133

Grey:
-, Angel, 194
-, Christiana, m. Edw. Topp, 194
-, Geo., 194

Griffiths (Griffith):
-, Anna Margaretta, see Peryear
-, Thos., 56
-, Wm., 92

Grobham, Hugh, vicar of Halse, 79

Grose, Sam., 193, 199

Grubbe:
-, John, 153
-, John, s. of John, and his w. Clemence, 153
-, Rob., and his w. Joan, 152
-, fam., 153

guild, see Crowcombe; Raddington; and see brotherhood; fraternity

Guilford, earl of, see North, Fred.

Gwent, see Chepstow; Goldcliff; Newport

Gytha, w. of Earl Godwin, 56

H.

Haccombe (Devon), 84

Haddridge, fam., 77

Hadley:
-, Alex., 151
-, Alice, see Durburgh
-, Art., 151
-, Chris., 151
-, Eleanor, see Wyndham
-, Jas., 151
-, John, 151
-, Marg., m. 1 Thos. Luttrell, 2 John Strode, 91, 151
-, Ric., 151, 157
-, fam., 152, 157, 162

Halberton (Devon), 22

Hale, John, 22

Haleway, see Halsway

Half Acre, see Williton

Halliday:
-, Edm. Trowbridge, 44 and n
-, John (d. 1826), 44 and n
-, John (d. 1897), 44
-, fam., 47

halmotes, 37, 49, 126 n

Halsdown, see Chipstable

Halse, 11, 71, 73–81
-, adv., 76, 79
-, agric., 76–8
-, char., 78, 80–1
-, ch., 74, 75 n, 79–80
-, ch. ho., 80
-, common, 78
-, Common Down, 73–4, 81
-, cts., 78
-, cross, 74
-, curate, 79
-, dom. archit., 74–5, 77, 79
-, fms., 74, 76–8
-, fields, 73–4
-, friendly soc., 74
-, glebe, 79
-, Ho., 75–7, 81
-, inc., 74
-, ind., 78
-, inn, 74, 78
-, light, 80
-, man., 66, 68, 75–8, 80
-,-, ho., 74–5, 77, 79, 125
-, mkt., 78
-, mill, 74, 76, 78
-, moor, 74
-, nonconf., 80
-, Northway, 74, 77
-, Oldelonde, 74
-, par. ho., 78
-, par. officers, 78
-, poor rel., 78–9
-, poorhouse, 79
-, pop., 74–5
-, pound, 78
-, quarries, 73
-, rector, 80
-, rectory, 76–7, 79
-,-, ho., 79
-, roads, 74
-, sch., 75, 78, 80
-, Stoford, 73–4, 77–8
-, tithes, 76–7, 79
-, tithing, 11, 67, 78
-, vicars, 76, 78–9; and see Spencer, Nic.
-, vicarage, 79
-,-, ho., 79
-, wood, 76

Halsway (Haleway, Haweie):
-, Joan, m. Peter Stradling, 183
-, John of, 156, 183
-, Thos. of (fl. 1166), 183
-, Thos. of (fl. 1243), 156, 183 and n
-, Thos. of (fl. 1275), 156, 183
-, Thos. (fl. 1297), 183

Halsway, in Stogumber, q.v.

Halswell, Nic., 76

Ham, High, 1
-, Low Ham, 11
-, rector, see Kingman

Hamelyn, John, 21

Hammett, Benj., rector of Raddington, 141

Hampshire, see Fareham; Farleigh Wallop; Hinton Ampner; Romsey

Hampstead Marshall (Berks.), 75, 113

Hancock:
-, Abraham, 76
-, Agnes, 77
-, Anne, w. of John, 76
-, Revd. Fred., 88
-, Geo., 76
-, Geo. Art. Donne, 76
-, John (d. 1803), 75, 77
-, John (d. c. 1819), 77
-, John (d. 1852), 76
-, John Donne, 76, 78
-, Mary, see Donne
-, Phil., 74
-, Phil. Woodhouse Perceval, rector of Huish Champflower, 87
-, Ric. Donne, 76, 78
-, Ric. Murford, 76
-, Wm., 24
-, fam., 74, 76–8, 86

harbours, see Cleeve, Old: Blue Anchor; Kilve; Lilstock; Quantoxhead, West; Watchet

Hastings:
-, John de, 151
-, Selina, ctss. of Huntingdon, 169
-, fam., earls of Pembroke, 151

Harding, Baldwin s. of, see Baldwin

Harford, Silvester, rector of West Quantoxhead, 135

Harold, Earl, 43, 181, 193

Harold, Godwin s. of, q.v.

Harris:
-, John, 80
-, Rob., vicar of Halse, 79

Harrison:
-, Alex. (d. 1622), 133
-, Alex. (d. 1665), 133
-, Ames (d. 1622), 133
-, Ames (d. 1690), 133
-, Ames (d. 1731), 133
-, Frances, m. Ric. Cridland, 133
-, Geo., 133
-, Sarah, m. Thos. Hollier, 92
-, Wm., 92
-, fam., 133–4

Hartland (Devon), 50, 104

Hartrow:
-, Joan,? m. 2 Wm. Crocker, 182
-, Ric., 180, 182
-, Rob., 182
-, Wal., 182
-, Wm., 182

Hartrow, in Stogumber, q.v.

Harvey:
-, Hen., 131, 135, 194
-, John, 29
-, Rob., 57
-, Sir Rob. Bateson (d. 1825), 57
-, Sir Rob. Bateson (d. 1887), 57
-, Sir Rob. Greville, 57

Haslam, Chris., rector of Nettlecombe, 119

Hatch Beauchamp, 56, 141

Haviland:
-, Mary, m. Wm. Webber, 75
-, Mary, see Granger
-, Mat. (d. 1738), 75
-, Mat. (d. 1753), 75

Haweie, see Halsway

Hawkes, Wm., 129

Hawkins, John, and his son John, 189

Hawkridge, tithing, 11

Hawley (Halley):
-, Francis, 75
-, Francis, Ld. Hawley, 75
-, Gabriel (or Geof.), 75
-, Hen. (d. 1573), 75
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1620), 66, 75, 77
-, Hen. (fl. 1623), 75
-, Wm., 66, 75–7

Hay:
-, Isabel, 71
-, Marg., 70, 72
-, Mary, 70
-, Sarah, m. Revd. Bickham Escott, 71–2

Hayne:
-, Edw., rector of Raddington, 141
-, John, 141
-, John, rector of Raddington, 141
-, John Popham, rector of Raddington, 141

Hayne, see St. Decumans

Hayward, John, vicar of Nether Stowey, 193

Heanton Punchardon (Devon), 27

heath, 26, 33, 67, 85, 94, 103, 125, 177–8

heather, 97

Heathfield (par.), 78–9, 81

Heathfield, in Crowcombe and Stogumber, 54, 58–60, 62, 178, 184

Heathfield, in Kilton and Lilstock, 55, 89, 92, 94, 104–5

Heathfield (unspecified), 130

Hechins, Wm., 72

Heddon, see Crowcombe

Heghton (Hetherton):
-, Christine, see Washford
-, John of, 21

Heirun, Reynold, 56

Hele:
-, Sir John, 84
-, Sir Warwick, 84
-, fam., 87

Hele, in Brompton Ralph, q.v.

Hellicar (Helliker):
-, Phil., 125
-, fam., 16

Hellings:
-, John, 31
-, fam., 28

Hembrow:
-, John, 6
-, Ric., 183
-, fam., 185

Hensleigh:
-, Cecily, w. of John, m. 2 Gawain Malet, 35
-, Hen., 35
-, John (fl. early 17th cent.), 34–5
-, John (fl. 1679), 35
-, John (fl. 1702), 35
-, Marg., see Sydenham
-, Rob., 34

Henry II, 66, 113

Henry VIII, 119

Herbert (fl. 1086), 193

Herbert:
-, Eliz. Dyke, see Acland
-, Hen., earl of Carnarvon, 28
-, Hen. Geo., earl of Carnarvon, 28
-, Sir Wm., earl of Pembroke, 91, 122, 182

heriots, 46, 77, 105

Herkomer, Sir Hubert von, 43

'herpath', see roads

Herring, Leonard, rector of East Quantoxhead, 127

Herringham, Wm. Wal., rector of Old Cleeve, 50

Hertford, earl of, see Seymour, Edw.

Hertfordshire, see St. Albans

Hestercombe, in Cheddon Fitzpaine, 70

Hetherton, see Heghton

Heyman, Thos., 170

Heythman, Rob., 157

Hill:
-, Baldwin, rector of Nettlecombe, 119
-, Cecily, w. of John, m. 2 Sir Thos. Keriell, 116, 138
-, Eliz., 138
-, Joan, 138
-, John, 116, 138
-, John, curate of Elworthy, 72 n
-, Mabel, m. — Waldegrave, 138
-, Ric., 141 and n
-, Wal., 138
-, fam., 116, 180
-, and see Hull; Hylle

Hill, in Old Cleeve, q.v.

Hill, in Kilve, q.v.

Hillary:
-, Marg., see Audley
-, Rog., 193

Hillfarrance, 73 and n

Hilliard, Nic., 45

Hinton, Broad (Wilts.), 45

Hinton Ampner (Hants), 44

Hite, John, rector of Brompton
-, Ralph, 24

Hobbes:
-, Edw. (d. by 1642), 20
-, Edw. (d. 1693), 20
-, Eleanor, w. of Edw. (d. by 1642), 20
-, Eleanor (fl. c. 1635), 115
-, John (fl. 17th cent.), 22
-, John (fl. 1711), 20
-, Thos., 20
-, fam., 20–1, 23

Hockworthy (Devon), 168

Hodges, John, 200

Holcombe, John, 133

Holcombe Rogus (Devon), 22, 141

Holcombe Water, see Nettlecombe

Hole, John, curate of Holford, 5

Holford, 1–6, 13, 65, 68, 89, 96, 98, 101, 121
-, adv., 4
-, agric., 3–4
-, Batchwell, 2
-, char., 6
-, ch., 3–5
-, commons, 2, 3, 67
-, cts., 4
-, cross, 3 n
-, curate, 5, 68
-, Currill (Corewell), 2–3
-, fms., 4
-, fields, 2
-, glebe, 5
-, inc., 3
-, ind., 4
-, inns, 2
-, Lymbards, 3
-, man., 2–4, 99, 101
-, mills, 4–5
-, Newhall, 1–4, 11, 68
-, par. ho., 4
-, par. officers, 4, 6
-, park, 2
-, poorhouse, 4
-, pop., 2
-, rectors, 5–6; and see Pollard, Mic.
-, rectory, 4
-,-, ho., 5
-, roads, 2
-, St. John's Cross, 2
-, sch., 5–6
-, tithes, 5
-, tithing, 4, 68
-, warren, 97
-, woodland, 2, 3 and n, 4

Holiday, Sir Hen., 51

holidays, 4, 43, 48, 125
-, camp, 134, 136
-, hotel, 4
-, village, 146
-, and see pleasure steamers; tourism

Hollier:
-, Eliz., m. John Peryear, 92
-, Sarah, see Harrison
-, Thos., 92

Holnicote, see Selworthy

Holton, 1

Hong Kong, bp. of, see Alford, C. R.

Honibere, see Lilstock

Honiton (Devon), 27

Hood:
-, Alex. Acland-, Ld. St. Audries, 4, 66, 68, 92, 131, 173, 177
-, Sir Alex., 15, 65–6, 92, 131, 135–6, 173, 177
-, Alex. Peregrine Acland-, Ld. St. Audries, 65–6, 92, 95, 101, 105, 131
-, Eliz. Acland-, m. Sir Michael Gass, 66, 68, 92, 95, 101, 105, 131, 135
-, Isabel, see Acland
-, fam., 135, 171, 194

Hooton Pagnell (Yorks. W.R.), 122

Hope, Thos., rector of Brompton Ralph, 24

Hopton, Sir Ralph, 151

Horner, Mrs., 17, 79

Horrobin:
-, Harry, 48
-, Jas., 51, 63

Horsey:
-, Eleanor, 152
-, Eliz. of, 152
-, Hen., 152
-, John (fl. 14th cent.), 152
-, Sir John (fl. 1418), 152
-, Sir John (fl. 1543), 152
-, Ralph of, 152
-, Wm. of, 152

Horsington, 34

Hospitallers, see St. John of Jerusalem

Hotham, Edwin, rector of Crowcombe, 63

Houghton, Great (Northants.), 99

Houndrell, Jas., 96, 103, 129

Howden (Yorks. E.R.), prebend, 62

Hudforde, John, 174

Hugh (fl. 1086), 2, 34, 172, 194

Huish:
-, Edw., 153
-, Geof. of, 115
-, Geo., 31, 190
-, Jas., 170
-, Joan, 116
-, John (d. 1551–2), 153
-, John (d. 1649), 153
-, Oliver, 153
-, Silvester, 168
-, fam., 153; and see Lodhuish

Huish, in St. Decumans, q.v.

Huish (Huish Barton), see Nettlecombe: Lodhuish

Huish, Beggearn, see Nettlecombe: Beggearn Huish

Huish Champflower, 7, 26, 29, 31, 37–9, 53, 78, 81–8, 82, 110, 141
-, adv., 84, 86–7
-, agric., 85–6
-, Brown, 10 n, 31
-, chap., 88
-, chaplain, 82, 86–7
-, char., 88
-, ch., 18, 83, 86–8, 109
-, ch. ho., 87
-, commons, 81, 86
-, cts., 86
-, curates, 87
-, dom. archit., 83
-, fms., 83, 85
-, glebe, 87
-, Heydon Hill, 81–3, 85
-, Huish Br., 83, 88
-, inc., 81, 83, 86
-, ind., 86
-, inn, 83
-, man., 10, 83–7, 138
-,-, ho., 85
-, Maundown br., see Huish Champflower: Washbattle
-, Middleton, 82–3, 85, 88
-, Middleton Ct., 83
-, mill, 86
-, moor, 81, 83, 85–6
-, nonconf., 88
-, par. officers, 86
-, poorhouse, 86
-, pop., 83
-, prehist. rem., 82–3
-, quarries, 82, 86
-, rectors, 84, 86–8, 141
-, rectory, 86
-,-, ho., 87
-, roads, 83
-, sch., 39, 87–8
-, Sperry, 83, 85
-, Stolford, 83, 85
-, tithes, 82, 87
-, tithing, 86
-, Washbattle, 86
-,-, (formerly Maundown) br., 83
-, woodland, 81, 85–6

Huish Episcopi, Paradise in, 11

Huish Gaunt, see Nettlecombe: Beggearn Huish

Hull (Hul):
-, Sir Edw., 131
-, Eleanor, see Malet
-, Phil. de, see Clatworthy
-, and see Hill; Hylle

hundreds, 7–12, 49, 163; and see Freemanors; Whitley; Williton; Williton and Freemanors

Hungerford, see Cleeve, Old

Hunnybun, W. H., vicar of Bicknoller, 17

Hunt, Jos., vicar of Nether Stowey, master of Balliol Coll., Oxford, 198

Huntingdon, ctss. of, see Hastings, Selina

Hurle:
-, Jos. Cook-, 99
-, Norah Lilian Cook-, 99
-, R. J. Cook-, 99

Hurley, see Crowcombe

Hussey, Thos., 138; and see AlbrightHussey

Hutton, 167

Hylle:
-, Joan, m. 1 John Malet, 2 Simon Michell, 3 John Luttrell, 4 Wm. Cornu, 131, 135
-, Sir John, 131
-, and see Hill; Hulle

I.

Idson, see Stogursey

Ilchester, 16

Ilfracombe (Devon), 104

Ilminster, grammar sch., 110

imports, 159–60, 184

Independents, 102; and see Congregationalists; Lady Huntingdon's Connexion

infangthief and outfangthief, 61

Inglishe, John, 76

Ions, J., 168

Ireland, 159–60, 170; and see Dublin; Killaloe; Newry
-, Waterford and Lismore, bp. of, see Atherton, John

Ireson, Nat., 58

Irnham (Lincs.), 122, 182
-, barony, 122

Iron Acton, see Acton

iron mining, see mining

Italy, 160; and see Rome

Iver:
-, David, 132
-, John, 132
-, Marg., see Rivers
-, Ric. (fl. 1491), 132
-, Ric. (fl. 1475), (alias Court), 132
-, fam., 131

Ives, Rob. s. of, see Robert

J.

Jacob:
-, Eliz. w. of —, 21
-, Eliz. w. of Wm., see Cloutsham
-, Joan, see Bosom
-, John, 21, 34, 132, 135
-, Martin, 21
-, Wm., 34, 132
-, fam., 131

James:
-, Frances Caroline, 101
-, Hen., rector of Crowcombe, vicar of Kingston St. Mary, 62
-, Revd. Dr. Hen., 64
-, fam., 45

Jeane, Gregory, 27, 29

Jefferies, Thos., 5

Jenkins:
-, Chester, 94
-, Giles, 19
-, Hugh, vicar of Old Cleeve, 50–1
-, John, vicar of Old Cleeve, 50–1
-, John (fl. 1713), 50

Jenner:
-, Anne, see St. Albyn
-, Birt, 180
-, Birt St. Albyn, 180, 183

Jermyn, Hugh Willoughby, rector of Nettlecombe, bp. of Colombo and of Brechin, 119

Jews, see Wiveliscombe

John, King, 151

John, parson of Bradford, 21

John, rector of Kilton, 95

Jones:
-, Anne, see Bluet
-, Cadwallader, 27, 29
-, Cadwallader, s. of Cadwallader, 27
-, Edw., vicar of Stogumber, 189
-, Joan, w. of —, 76
-, John, 27
-, Sir Wm., 76
-, Mr., 170

K.

Kagley, see Sampford Brett: Cagley

Kaines, John, 101

Keate, John, vicar of Nether Stowey, headmaster of Eton, 198

Kemmes:
-, Edith, m. 1 Ric. Lood, 2 John Stalling, 155
-, Eleanor, see Basing
-, Jane, 155
-, John, 155

Kempe (Kemp):
-, C. E., 51
-, John, 143

Kent, duke of, see Edward Augustus

Kent, see Bromley; Greenwich, East; Lewisham; Sutton Valence; Sydenham

Kentsford, see St. Decumans

Keriell:
-, Cecily, see Hill
-, Genevieve, m. Sir Wm. Say, 116, 138
-, Sir Thos., 138

Kerne, see Carne

Kesteven, Ld., see Trollope, Thos. Carew

Killaloe (Irel.), chancellorship, 87

Kilton, 7, 88–96, 98, 101, 103, 105, 107, 121, 126, 129, 186
-, adv., 95
-, agric., 93–4
-, char., 96
-, ch., 89, 92, 92, 95–6, 106
-, ch. ho., 95–6
-, common, 94
-, cts., 91, 94, 126
-, curates, 95
-, dom. archit., 89, 92
-, fms., 89, 93–4
-, fields, 89, 95
-, glebe, 95
-, green, 89
-, Heathfield, q.v.
-, inn, 89
-, man., 91–4, 96, 123, 126
-,-, ho., 92
-, mill, 94
-, mining, 125
-, Moorhouse, 2, 89, 92–4
-, par. officers, 95
-, park, 89, 93–4
-, Plud, 89, 92, 94, 194–5
-, poorhouse, 95–6
-, pop., 91, 94
-, quarry, 89
-, rector, 95
-, rectory, 92
-, sch., 96
-, Shervage, 89
-, tithes, 92, 95
-, tithing, 94
-, vicars, 92, 95–6; and see Melliar
-, vicarage ho., 95
-, 'Whittington, West', 89
-, woodland, 89, 93, 94 and n
-, Woodlands, 2, 89, 93–4
-,-, Ho., 93
-, 'Wymellhead', 89

Kilve, Hugh of, 93

Kilve, 4, 6–7, 88–9, 94–5, 96–103, 106–7, 121, 126, 129, 133, 186
-, adv., 101
-, agric., 100
-, chant., 97, 101
-, char., 103
-, ch., 97, 101–2, 126
-, coll., 99, 101–2
-,-, minister, see Spray
-, Court, 77, 97, 99
-, cts., 4, 101
-, curate, 101
-, fair, 100, 102 n
-, fms., 99–100
-, friendly soc., 97
-, glebe, 102
-, Hill, 97, 100–1
-, ind., 97, 100
-, inn, 97
-, light, 102
-, man., 3, 97–101, 115, 121, 132, 156, 183
-,-, ho., 93, 97, 99, 99, 101
-, mkt., 100
-, mills, 4, 97, 100–1
-, nonconf., 102
-, Pardlestone, 97, 99–100, 121
-, par. officers, 101
-, park, 97
-, Pill, 96–7
-, poorhouse, 101
-, pop., 97
-, prehist. rem., 97
-, Priory, 97, 99
-, Putsham, 96–7, 99, 101–2, 121
-, quarry, 97
-, rectors, 101–2
-, rectory, 101
-,-, ho., 97, 102
-, roads, 97
-, schs., 102, 129
-, tithes, 100–2
-, tithing, 101, 187
-, warren, 97
-, woodland, 97, 100

Kingman, Rob., rector of Crowcombe and High Ham, 62

King's College, Cambridge, 5, 110

Kingsdown, see St. Decumans

Kingsmill:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Wm. (d. 1682), 57
-, Bridget, w. of Sir Hen., 57 and n
-, Dan. (d. 1679), 57 n
-, Dan., s. of Dan., 57 n
-, Eliz., m. — Tazwell, 57 n
-, (formerly Brice), Eliz., see Brice
-, Sir Geo., 57
-, Sir Hen., 57
-, John, 57 n
-, Sir Ric., 57
-, (formerly Brice), Rob., see Brice
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1619), 57
-, Sir Wm. (d. by 1663), 57
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1698), 57 and n
-, Wm. (d. 1766), 57

Kingston, Rog. of, 172

Kingston (Devon), see Staverton

Kingston St. Mary:
-, Tetton, 22
-, vicar, 62

Kingswood, see Stogumber

Kircudbright (Scot.), 160

Kitenor, Geof. de, 14

Kittisford, rectors of, 141

Klerc, Wm., 170

knight, see Ralph

Knollys, fam., 85

Knyfton, Geo., vicar of St. Decumans, 166

L.

Labouchere, Hen., Ld. Taunton, 95, 194, 196

labour services, 15, 28, 35–6, 46, 59–60, 77, 85, 93, 116, 124, 139, 157–8, 184–5
-, commuted, 28, 35, 93, 116, 124, 133, 157–8

Lacey (Lacy):
-, Alice, ctss. of Lincoln and Salisbury, m. Thos., earl of Lancaster, 180
-, Art., 153
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, 180
-, Joan, see Sweeting
-, Marg., see Longespee
-, Sarah, m. Thos. Rich, 70
-, Thos., 153
-, Wm. (d. 1607), 72, 153, 182, 190
-, Wm. (d. 1641), 21–2, 70, 153, 182
-, Wm. (d. 1690), 70, 153, 182
-, Wm. (d. 1695), 70, 182
-, fam., 59, 73, 184

Lady Huntingdon's Connexion, 169; and see Congregationalists; Independents

Lake, Lancelot, 98, 101

Lamb, Chas., 193

Lambert, Ric., rector of Brompton Ralph, 24

Lambrook:
-, Eleanor, w. of John, 34, 132–3
-, Hen., 33, 36
-, Isabel, see Arundel
-, Joan, w. of Hen., m. 2 Nic. Wynnegod, 33
-, John (d. c. 1420), 33–4, 132
-, John (fl. 1424), 132
-, Marg., m. Wm. Cloutsham, 34, 132
-, Wm., 33
-, fam., 132

Lancashire, see Liverpool; Standish

Lancaster:
-, Marg., see Lacey, Alice
-, Thos. of, earl of Lancaster, 180

landscape architect, see Veitch

Landsey, Thos., 200

Landshire, see Quantoxhead, West

Langdon:
-, Joan, 151
-, Wm., m. Hen. Fulford, 151
-, fam., 27

Langford, Wm., vicar of Nether Stowey, 198

Langford Budville, 75, 78
-, Chipley Park, 140
-, Wellisford, 75

Langham:
-, Sir Jas., 44, 76, 181
-, Sir J. C. P., 79
-, Juliana, see Musgrave
-, fam., 76, 79

Langley Marsh, see Wiveliscombe

Langley Park (Bucks.), 57

Langport, 16

Langton Long Blandford (Dors.), 98

Lavington, Geof., rector of Crowcombe, 62

Lawford, see Crowcombe

Lawson, Ric., 16

Layfield:
-, Bridget, 45
-, Chas., canon of Winchester, 45, 50
-, Edw., archdeacon of Essex, 45
-, John, rector of St. Clement Danes, 45
-, John, 45
-, Judith, m. Benj. Culme, 50
-, Martha, 50 and n
-, fam., 47

Lefsin (fl. 1066), 172

Legge, Geo., 59 n

Leicester, earl of, see Dudley, Rob.

Leicestershire, see Melton Mowbray

Leigh:
-, Agnes, m. Edw. FitzGarrett, 152
-, Sir John (d. c. 1563), 152
-, John (fl. 1572), 152
-, Rob. Kennaway, 157
-, Thos., 163
-, Wm., 157
-, fam., 36, 157–8

Leigh, in Crowcombe, q.v.

Leigh (Leigh Barton), see Cleeve, Old

Leighland, in Old Cleeve, 39, 41–3, 47–8, 51–2, 54
-, chant., 51
-, ch., 39, 50–1, 141
-, ch. ho., 51–2
-, curate, 51–3
-, mill, 49
-, sch., 53
-, tithing, 48–9
-, vicarage, 50
-,-, ho., 52

Leland, John, 154, 191, 194

Lenthall:
-, Sir John (fl. 1659), 27
-, John (fl. 1706–7), 27
-, Mary, see Bluet
-, Wm., 27

Lethbridge:
-, Sir John, 35
-, Sir John Hesketh, 35
-, Sir Thos. Buckler, 35–6
-, Sir Wroth Acland, 35
-, fam., 35

Leuric (fl. 1066), 91

Lewisham (Kent, now Lond.), 92

Liddon, John, 64

Liddymore, see St. Decumans

lights, see Bicknoller; Brompton Ralph; Clatworthy; Cleeve, Old; Crowcombe; Elworthy; Halse; Kilve; Nettlecombe; Quantoxhead, East; Quantoxhead, West; St. Decumans; Sampford Brett; Stogumber

Lilstock, 88–9, 92, 94–5, 101, 103–7
-, adv., 106
-, agric., 105
-, canal, 103
-, chaplain, 106
-, char., 107
-, ch., 92, 103, 106–7
-, ch. ho., 106
-, common, 103, 105
-, cts., 106
-, curates, 106
-, fms., 105
-, fields, 103, 105
-, harbour, 45, 103
-, Heathfield, q.v.
-, Honibere, 7, 92, 103–7
-,-, cts., 106 man., 106 tithes, 106 tithing, 106
-, Honibere Ct., 105
-, inc., 103, 105–6
-, ind., 105–6
-, inn, 104
-, man., 104–6
-,-, ho., 103, 105
-, mill, 105–6
-, nonconf., 107
-, par. officers, 106
-, pier, 103
-, pop., 103
-, quarry, 103
-, rectory, 106
-,-, ho., 106
-, roads, 103
-, Rom. rem., 103
-, sch., 107
-, tithes, 104–6
-, woodland, 105

lime burning, 103, 145–6, 159, 177
-, limekilns, 13, 23, 47, 69, 89, 100, 103, 111, 121 and n, 129, 145

Lincoln:
-, ctss. of, see Lacey, Alice
-, earl of, see Lacey, Thos.; Roumare

Lincolnshire, 14; and see Benniworth; Irnham; Revesby

Ling, Mrs. Ann, 190

Linton, see Cleeve, Old

Lisieux:
-, Alex. de, 182
-, Rog. de, 182

Littleport (Cambs.), 131

Litton Cheyney (Dors.), 87

Liverpool, 160

Lock, Wm., 72

Lockett, Hen., rector of Clatworthy and Crowcombe, 38, 62

lockup, 197

Locun:
-, Joan, 152–3
-, John, 152

Lodhuish:
-, Geof. of, 116
-, John of (fl. 1300), 115, 162
-, John of (fl. 1418), 116
-, and see Huish

Lodhuish, in Nettlecombe, q.v.

Lokton, Edw., vicar of Stogumber, 188

London, 11, 52, 81, 84, 92, 125, 131, 151–2, 159–60, 170, 183, 196
-, aldermen, 179
-, Bromley, q.v.
-, Camberwell, q.v.
-, Colman St., 152
-, Edmonton, q.v.
-, Fleet Prison, 127
-, Gray's Inn, 76
-, Greenwich, East, q.v.
-, Inner Temple, 75
-, Lewisham, q.v.
-, Lincoln's Inn, 110
-, Lyon's Inn, 27, 76
-, St. Clement Danes, rector, see Layfield, John
-, Sydenham, q.v.
-, Tyburn, 52
-, Whitechapel, q.v.

London, in Old Cleeve, see Cleeve, Old: Linton

Longespee, Marg., m. Hen. de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, 180

Lonlay (Orne, France), abbey, 104, 106, 151

Lood:
-, Edith, see Kemmes
-, Edw., 155
-, Ric., 155

Lovelinche, Jordan de, 155

Lovell, Hen., 56

Lovesgift:
-, Hen., 182
-, (? or of Vexford), Luke, 183

Lucas:
-, John, 84
-, Thos., 84, 87
-, Dr., 136

Luccombe:
-, Joan, m. Ric. Popham, 153
-, Joan, w. of John, see Orchard
-, John of, 153

Luccombe, 87
-, rector, see Byam, Hen,

Luceles, Alice de, 138, 140

Lucy, Sir Wm., 131

Luttrell:
-, Alex. (d. by 1273), 122, 126
-, Alex. (d. 1354), 122
-, Col. Alex. (d. 1711), 91–2, 151, 183
-, Alex. (d. 1739), 91
-, Alex. Fownes, 92, 123, 126
-, Alex. Fownes, rector of East Quantoxhead, 50, 127, 129
-, Alice, 122
-, And. (d. 1265), 122, 126
-, And. (fl. 1310), 115, 122
-, Sir And. (fl. 1366), 122
-, Sir And. (d. 1537), 91 and n, 122, 127, 155
-, And. (fl. 1611), 104
-, And., rector of East Quantoxhead, 127
-, Edw. Fownes, 99
-, Eliz. (d. 1395), 91
-, Eliz., w. of Sir James, m. 2 Humph. Audley, 3 Thos. Malet, 91, 122, 126, 182
-, Eliz. (d. 1637), 104
-, Francis (d. 1666), 91, 123
-, Francis (d. 1690), 91, 115, 124, 157
-, Col. Francis (d. 1862), 92, 99, 126
-, Frethesant, see Pagnell
-, Geof. (d. 1216–17), 122
-, Sir Geof. (d. c. 1270), 122
-, Geof. (fl. 1493), 122, 182
-, Geof. Fownes, 92
-, Geof. Wal. Fownes, 92, 95, 123, 126
-, Geo. (d. 1629), 91, 123–4, 133, 174
-, Geo. (d. 1655), 91, 123
-, Geo. Fownes, 44, 92, 99, 123, 129
-, Hen. Fownes (d. 1780), 91–2
-, Hen. Fownes (d. 1867), 92
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1428), 91, 122
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1521), 91–2, 122, 123 n, 127, 155, 182
-, Sir Jas., 91, 122, 126, 155, 182, 184
-, Jas. Fownes, 44
-, Jane (fl. 1610), 105
-, Jane (d. 1668), w. of Thos. (d. 1644), 91
-, Joan, see Malet
-, Sir John (d. 1403), 122, 182
-, John (d. c. 1422), 131
-, John (d. 1430), 91–2, 122, 182
-, Sir John (d. 1551), 91, 122
-, John (d. 1558), 92
-, John (fl. 1610), 105
-, John (d. 1617), 104
-, John Fownes (d. 1816), 92
-, John Fownes (d. 1857), 92, 94
-, Lucy, 115
-, Marg., w. of John, see Audley
-, Marg., w. of Thos., see Hadley
-, Marg., w. of Sir And., 91 n
-, Marg., w. of Hen. Fownes, 91
-, Mary, w. of Sir John, m. 2 Jas. Godolphin, 91
-, Nic., 92, 104–5
-, Ric., 155, 182
-, Rob., 122
-, Silvestra, w. of Geo., m. 3 Sir Edm. Skory, 123, 127
-, Thos. (d. c. 1366), 122
-, Thos. (d. 1571), 91–2, 104, 123
-, Thos. (d. 1644), 91, 123, 151
-, Thos. (d. 1670), 91
-, Thos. (fl. 1713), 50
-, Tregonwell, 91
-, Walthean, w. of Sir Hugh, 91, 122
-, fam., 92, 94, 121, 126–7, 151, 155, 157–8, 162

Lux, Ric., vicar of Stogumber, 188

Luxborough, 84–5
-, Piket, 7

Luxton:
-, Frances, m. Langley St. Albyn, 133, 180
-, Frances, w. of Laur. Herd, see Cridland
-, Laur. Herd, rector of East Quantoxhead, 127
-, Mary Anne, see Carew
-, Thos. Cridland, 131, 133, 180

Lydeard St. Lawrence, 73, 186
-, Holford St. Mary, 83, 85
-, Westowe, 7, 10, 12

Lylla (Anglo-Saxon settler), 103

Lymbards, see Holford

Lyme (Dors.), 184

Lymington, Vct., see Wallop, John

Lyng, 11

Lypescomb, Wm., 141

Lysaght, G. S., 44

Lyte, fam., 3

M.

M., I., goldsmith, 167

Macbeth, R. W., 43

McTaggart, Mrs. Somerset Gardner, 72

Maderknoll, see Stogumber

Magdalen College, Oxford, 62

Majendie, Hen. Wm., vicar of Nether Stowey, bp. of Chester and of Exeter, 198

Malet (Mallet):
-, Anne (fl. 1547), see Trevanion
-, Anne (d. by 1736), 22, 131
-, Art., 22, 131
-, Sir Baldwin (fl. 1378), 131
-, Sir Baldwin (d. 1533), 131–2, 135
-, Baldwin (d. bef. 1704), 22, 131
-, Baldwin, rector of Street, 22, 131
-, Cecily, see Hensleigh
-, Dorothy, m. John Wood, 37
-, Eleanor, m. Sir Edw. Hull, 131
-, Eliz., see Luttrell
-, Gawain, 35
-, Helewise, m. Hugh Pointz, 98
-, Hugh, 131
-, Joan, m. Wm. Cornu, 135
-, Joan, w. of John, see Hylle
-, Joan, w. of Mic., m. 2 John Fry, 21, 34, 37, 135
-, Joan, w. of Art., 131
-, Sir John (d. c. 1394), 131
-, Sir John (d. 1686), 22, 131
-, Lucy, w. of Wm., see Ralph son of William
-, Lucy, m. 1 Simon of Merriott, 2 Thos. of Timworth, 20–1, 70
-, Mabel, m. 1 Nic. Avenel, 2 Hugh de Vivonia, 98
-, Mic., 21, 34, 37, 131–2
-, Ric., 33–4, 37–8, 131, 135
-, Thos. (d. 1501), 126, 131, 135
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1665), 22, 131
-, Wm. (d. c. 1216), 97–8
-, Wm. (fl. 1233), 20, 70, 72
-, Wm. (d. by 1736), 22, 131
-, fam., 97–8, 101, 135, 183

manganese, 145

Mansel, fam., 59

manufactures:
-, brewery, 186
-, engineering, 48
-, scientific instruments, 48
-, and see brick; lime burning

market, see Clatworthy; Cleeve, Old; Crowcombe; Halse; Kilve; Sampford Brett; Stogumber; Stowey, Nether; Washford; Watchet; Williton

Market Stowey, see Stowey, Nether

marling, 77, 184, 191

Marsh:
-, Ric., 88
-, fam., 85

Marsh, in Carhampton, q.v.

Marsh, New, see Stogumber

Marshal (Marshall):
-, John, 113
-, Mary, 200

Martin:
-, Edm., 162
-, Eleanor, m. Phil. Columbers (d. 1342), 193
-, Eleanor, w. of Wm., Ld. Martin, see Mohun
-, Joan, m. Nic. Audley, Ld. Audley, 193
-, Wm., Ld. Martin, 91
-, fam., 175

Marwood, Mary, m. Geo. Notley, 181

Mary, Queen of Scots, 157

Mascall, Wm., rector of Clatworthy, 38

Massingham, John de, rector of Elworthy, 72

Maundown bridge, see Huish Champflower; Washbattle

May, Timothy, rector of Monksilver, 109

Mayfield, Ric., and his w. Anne, 115

Mayor, Hen. Bickersteth, 13

Meare, 17

Meinfrid (fl. 1086), 139

Melcombe, Ld., see Dodington

Melksham (Wilts.), 100

Melton Mowbray (Leics.), 83

Melliar, Benj., rector of Dodington and Bawdrip, vicar of Kilton, 68

Merlesuain (fl. 1066), 3, 115, 122

Merriott:
-, Sir John of, 20
-, Lucy, see Malet
-, Margery, w. of Simon, m. 2 Thos Willington, 20, 70
-, Simon of (fl. 1274), 23, 70
-, Simon of (d. by 1372), 20, 70
-, Wal. of, 20, 70

Methodists, 52–3, 169–70, 190, 199
-, Wesleyan, 18, 53, 102, 110, 135–6, 170, 175–7
-, and see Bible Christians

Michell, see Mitchell

Middlesex, see Edmonton; Whitechapel

Middleton, Ric. of, 85

Middleton, in Huish Champflower, q.v.

Middlezoy, 1

Milborne, Edw., rector of Nettlecombe, 120

Mill, Edm., and his w. Anne, 77

mills, 35, 161
-, blade, 37, 118
-, clothing, 101
-, corn, 4, 16, 23, 29, 48, 60–1, 67, 78, 86, 101, 105–6, 187, 196
-, flour, 125
-, fulling, 4, 16, 29, 37, 41, 47–9, 61, 67, 86, 100–1, 160–3, 174, 186–7
-, grain, 125
-, grist, 36–7, 60–1, 109, 117–18, 162–3, 174
-, leather, 174
-, paper, 162–3, 169
-, threshing, 100
-, water, 71, 134, 173
-, wind, 94, 121

Milltown, see Clatworthy

Milton:
-, Edw., 141
-, fam., 140

Milverton, 35, 75–6, 79–80, 138, 141
-, ch., 20
-, Preston Bowyer, 10–11, 66 n, 68, 108, 187

Minehead, 43, 67, 91, 141, 151, 159, 171
-, sch., 166
-, turnpike trust, 2, 42, 56, 65, 110–1, 130, 150, 179

mining, see Brompton Ralph; Cleeve, Old; Dodington; Kilton; Monksilver; Nettlecombe; Quantoxhead, East; Stogumber; Stowey, Nether
-, copper mining, 4, 54, 65, 107, 125, 193
-, iron mining, 7, 23, 31, 36, 43, 45, 52–3, 58, 86, 112–13, 117, 145, 147, 159–61

minsters, 13, 107, 146, 150, 165, 177, 179–80, 188, 197

mint, 146

Mitchell (Michell):
-, Chas., 101
-, Chas., vicar of Old Cleeve, 50
-, Joan, see Malet
-, Simon, 131
-, W. N., 183

Moffatt, Wm., 165

Mogg, Sam., 21

Mohun:
-, Durand de, 155
-, Eleanor, w. of John, m. 2 Wm. Martin, Ld. Martin, 91
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Montacute, earl of Salisbury, 91
-, Joan, w. of John, 91
-, John de (fl. bef. 1212), 155
-, John de (d. c. 1270), 130
-, John de (d. 1279), 91
-, John de (d. 1330), 91
-, John de (d. 1375), 91
-, Maud, m. Ric., Ld. Strange of Knockin, 91
-, Philippe, m. Edw., duke of York, 91
-, Reynold de, 3, 155, 181
-, Ric. de, 155
-, Wm. de (d. after 1090), 2, 13, 20, 33, 70–1, 91–2, 95, 130, 139, 155, 172, 179, 181–2
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1155), 130
-, Wm. de (d. 1176), 130
-, fam., 155, 179 n

Molland (Devon), 172

Molton, Jas. de, rector of Crowcombe, 62

Monk (Moncke, Mounhun):
-, Frances, see Basset
-, John, 21
-, Thos., 20

Monksilver, 11, 24, 72, 107–10, 116, 118, 177, 188
-, adv., 72, 109
-, agric., 108–9
-, Birchanger, 107–9
-, brotherhood, 110
-, char., 110
-, ch., 20, 107, 109–10, 109, 177
-, ch. ho., 110
-, Ct. Hall, 108
-, cts., 109
-, curate, 72, 110
-, Doniford (Dorniford), 41, 107 and n, 108–9
-, fms., 109
-, fields, 107
-, glebe, 107
-, High Parks, 107–8
-, ind., 109
-, inns, 108, 110
-, man., 10, 108–10, 181
-, mill, 109
-, mining, 107
-, nonconf., 110
-, par. officers, 109
-, poorhouse, 109
-, pop., 108
-, quarry, 107
-, rectors, 72, 109–10
-, rectory, 109
-,-, ho., 109
-, roads, 107
-, sch., 73, 109–10
-, tithes, 109
-, tithing, 109
-, woodland, 107

Monkton, West, 1, 76
-, rector, see Sanford

Monmouth's rebellion, 58 n, 151, 164

Monmouthshire, see Chepstow; Goldcliff; Newport

Montacute:
-, Eliz., see Mohun
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury, 91

Moorhouse, see Kilton

Moorlinch, 1

Morgan:
-, Phil., see Powell
-, Wm., 92

Morley (Morle):
-, Alex., rector of Elworthy, 72
-, John (fl. 1727), 72
-, John (fl. 1740), 163
-, John, rector of Elworthy, 72
-, Ric., 163

Morris (Moryce):
-, John, 92
-, Wm. (fl. 1552), 167
-, Wm. (d. 1896), 51, 189

Mortain:
-, count of, see Robert; William
-, fee, 56

Moryce, see Morris

Mounhun, see Monk

Mucegros:
-, Hen., 34
-, John de, 34
-, Ric. (d. c. 1200), 34 n
-, Ric. (fl. 1221–49), 34 and n
-, Ric. (fl. 1274–1304), 34
-, Ric. (fl. 1340), 34
-, Rob. (fl. 1207), 34 n
-, Rob. (fl. 1256), 34
-, Rob. (fl. 1346), 34
-, Sarah de 34
-, Wm. de, 34

Muchelney, abbey 26, 28–9

Mullward, Thos., 16

Musgrave:
-, Geo. (d. 1721), 27, 180–1
-, Geo. (d. 1724), 44, 181
-, Geo. (d. 1742), 44, 181
-, Juliana, m. Sir Jas. Langham, 44, 76, 181
-, Ric. (d. 1686–7), 113
-, Ric. (d. 1707), 27
-, Ric. (d. 1727), 76, 80
-, Thos. (d. 1724), 44, 47
-, Thos. (d. 1766), 44, 76, 79, 181
-, Wm., 113
-, fam., 47, 116

Muttlebury:
-, Eliz., see Beaumont
-, Rob., 70
-, Thos., 70
-, fam., 71

N.

Nation:
-, Francis, vicar of Halse, 79
-, J. P., 39
-, Jos., 78

National Trust, 3

Neath (Glam.), 159–60
-, abbey, 155

nephew, Rog. the, see Roger

Nethway:
-, John, 84, 86
-, Wm., 84–6

Nettlecombe, 10–11, 24, 27, 44–5, 72, 85, 107, 109–10, 111–20, 112, 143, 181, 184, 188
-, adv., 118
-, agric., 116–18
-, Beggearn Huish (Huish Gaunt), 7, 111, 115–17
-,-, man., 115, 118, 126 mill, 117 tithing, 118
-, brotherhood, 119
-, chant., 117, 119 and n
-, char., 120
-, ch., 20, 109, 111, 113, 118–20
-, ch. ho., 118–19
-, Colton, 111, 116–17
-, common, 111, 116–17
-, Court, 108, 114–15, 114, 119
-, cts., 118
-, curates, 119
-, dom. archit., 114–16, 119
-, fms., 111, 117
-, fee, 155
-, fields, 111
-, friendly soc., 113
-, glebe, 111, 117 n, 118–19
-, Holcombe Water, 111, 117
-, Huish, see Nettlecombe: Beggearn Huish and Lodhuish
-, inc., 111
-, ind., 117
-, inns, 113
-, lights, 119
-, Lodhuish (Huish, Huish Barton), 7, 10, 111, 115–18, 157
-,-, man., 115–16, 138, 156 oratory, 115 tithing, 118
-, man., 10, 49, 85, 113–18, 181, 185, 187
-,-, ho., 111
-, mills, 117–18
-, mining, 111, 113, 117
-, par. officers, 118
-, park, 111, 113, 115–17, 119
-, poor rel., 117–18
-, poorhouse, 111, 118–19
-, pop., 113
-, quarry, 111
-, Raleigh's Cross, q.v.
-, rectors, 87, 119–20; and see Trevelyan, Geo. and Wal.
-, rectory, 118
-,-, ho., 111, 119
-, roads, 111, 113, 118
-, sch., 53, 119–20, 199
-, tithes, 117–18
-, tithing, 7, 118, 187
-, Torre, 111, 117
-, warren, 113
-, Woodadvent (Oda), 7, 45, 111, 115–17
-,-, man., 118, 184 ho., 115 tithing, 49, 118, 187
-, Woodford, 111, 118–19, 145, 171
-, woodland, 111, 116–17
-, Yard, 111, 113, 117–19
-,-, mill, 117–18

Nettlewell, see Raddington

Neville:
-, Hugh de (d. 1234), 3, 104
-, Hugh (d. 1269), 104 and n
-, Hugh (d. 1335), 104
-, Joan, w. of Hugh, 3, 104
-, John (d. 1246), 3, 104
-, John (d. 1282), 104
-, John de (fl. 1358), 3

New College, Oxford, 38

Newburgh:
-, Hen. de, 83, 130, 138
-, John de, 83, 138
-, Rob. de (d. c. 1246), 130
-, Rob. de (d. 1338), 83–4, 138
-, Rog. of, 130
-, Thos. de, 83
-, fam., 83, 138

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 183

Newhall, see Holford

Newick, John and Ric., 60

Newmarket:
-, Hen. de, 34
-, Isabel, m. Ralph Russel, 34
-, Jas., 34
-, Wm., 34

Newport (Mon., now Gwent), 160

Newry (Irel.), 160

Newton:
-, Camilla, m. Wm., Ld. Somers, 51
-, Jas., vicar of Old Cleeve, 50
-, Wm., vicar of Old Cleeve, 50–1

Newton (Glam.), 159

Newton, in Bicknoller, q.v.

Newton, North, see Petherton, North

Newton Abbot (Devon), 179

Nicholetts, Wm., rector of Chipstable, 29–30

Nichols, Wm., rector of Huish Chapflower, 87

Noke, Israel, 45

nonconformists, see Anabaptists; Baptists; Bible Christians; Congregationalists; Independents; Lady Huntingdon's Connexion; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Salvation Army

Norfolk, 59; and see Cossey; Wymondham

Norman:
-, Chris., 81
-, John, 84, 86

Norris:
-, Hugh, 156
-, fam., 15, 156, 158

North:
-, Miss B. V., 43 n
-, Fred., Ld. North, earl of Guilford, 75
-, Hen., 153
-, J. W., 43

Northam, see Stogumber

Northamptonshire, see Bulwick; Houghton, Great

Northey, Edw., vicar of Nether Stowey, 198

Northumberland:
-, duke of, see Dudley, John
-, earl of, see Percy, Hen. Algernon

Northumberland, see Newcastleupon-Tyne; Wallington

Northway, see Halse

Norton:
-, John, 96, 131, 135–6
-, Rob., 18, 63, 88, 167

Norwich, bp. of, see Courtenay, Ric.

Notley:
-, Revd. Geo., 108, 181, 185
-, Jas. Thos. Benedictus, 108, 185
-, Marwood (d. 1903), 108, 181
-, Marwood (d. c. 1958), 108, 181
-, Mary, see Marwood
-, Montague, 108
-, P. M., 108
-, R., 108
-, Miss V. A., 108
-, fam., 109, 181

Nutwell, see Raddington

Nynehead, 20

O.

O., R., goldsmith, 107

Oakhampton, see Wiveliscombe

occupations (less usual):
-, brick making, 47, 54, 60
-, clockmakers, 109
-, fellmongers, 15
-, glass stainer, 20
-, gunsmith, 117
-, hat making, 186
-, mercer, 174
-, shopkeeper, 23, 186
-, soapboiler, 105
-, and see gloving; limeburning; mining; quarries; tanning

Oda, see Nettlecombe: Woodadvent

Odburville, Rob. de, 3

Odcombe, 143 and n

Ogis (fl. 1086), 33

oil shale, 97

Oldelonde, see Halse

open fields, 2, 13, 22, 31, 35, 42, 46, 54, 58, 65, 67, 69, 73–4, 83, 89, 97, 103, 105, 107, 111, 121, 130, 136–7, 149, 158, 171, 178, 191, 195

oratory, see Crowcombe: Leigh; Nettlecombe: Lodhuish; Quantoxhead, East

Orchard:
-, Joan, m. John of Luccombe, 153
-, John, 153
-, Nic., 181
-, Thos. of, 153
-, fam., 59, 153

Orchard Wyndham (Orchard), in St. Decumans, 45, 145, 149, 151–3, 157–9, 167, 171, 175, 182
-, chap., 154
-, man., 22, 115, 151, 153–6, 183–4
-,-, ho., 154–6, 154, 156, 167 n
-, mill, 158, 163
-, park, 149–50
-, wood, 155

orchards, see fruit growing

Oswerd (fl. 1066), 193

Othery, 1

Otterhampton, 197

outlaws' goods, 106

Owen, Owen Howard, rector of Sampford Brett, 175

Oxford, earl of, see Vere

Oxford, 62, 119.

Oxford University, see Balliol College; Magdalen College; New College

Oxfordshire, see Besselsleigh; Oxford; Studley

P.

P., I., goldsmith, 51, 73, 96, 175

Padcombe, see Brompton Ralph

Padstow (Cornw.), 160

Pagnell:
-, Alice, 122
-, Frethesant, m. Geof. Luttrell, 122
-, Ralph, 3, 115, 122
-, Wm., 122

Paige:
-, Sarah, see Gooding
-, Wm., 75

Palmer:
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., 92
-, Peregrine (fl. 1656), 94
-, Peregrine (d. 1762), 92
-, Thos., 3 n, 12 n, 66 n, 92, 104 n, 199 n
-, fam., 92, 94

Palmer-Acland, see Acland

Palton:
-, Eliz., see Wroth
-, Sir Wm., 20, 70

Paradise, see Huish Episcopi

Pardlestone, see Kilve

Paris:
-, Mat. de (fl. 1299), 194
-, Mat. (fl. 1327), 194 n
-, Mat. (fl. 1443), 194
-, Rog. de, 194

parish equipment, see armour; beacons; butts; crow net; cuckingstool; lockup; pillory; stocks

Parker, Thos., 58, 63

parker, see Anscetil

parks, 2–3, 12 n, 19, 26, 33, 42, 46, 56, 69, 71, 89, 93–4, 97, 111, 113, 115–17, 119, 127, 129–31, 134–7, 149–50, 155, 178, 191, 194, 197; and see deer leaps

Parks, High, see Monksilver

Parlo (fl. 1066), 97 and n

Parrat, John, 31

Parsons:
-, H., 25 n
-, Rob., Jesuit, 193
-, Rob., minister of St. Decumans, 169
-, Rob., vicar of St. Decumans, 166

Parswell, see Brompton Ralph

Parthewicke:
-, Frances, see Clopton
-, John, 194

Paston, Anna Maria, m. Geo. Trockmorten, 172

Pates, Ric., rector of Crowcombe, 62

Pavely:
-, Adam (fl. early 14th cent.), 132
-, Adam (fl. 1366), 132
-, Eliz., m. John Dobell, 133
-, Eve, w. of John, m. 2 Wm. de Welle, 130–1
-, Hen., 132–3
-, Joan, w. of Adam, 132
-, Joan, da. of Hen., 133
-, John, 130, 132
-, Rob., rector of West Quantoxhead, 135
-, Wm. de (fl. 1285), 130–1
-, Wm. de (fl. 1327), 132
-, Wm. (fl. 1420), 132
-, fam., 132

Paye, Thos., rector of Huish Champflower, 87

Payhembury, see Tale

Payne, Geo., 167

Peach, Wm., 162

Pembroke, earl of, see Hastings, fam.; Herbert, Sir Wm.

Penbrigg, John of, 183

Pennington, Thos., 189

Pentrepant, see Selattyn

Perceval:
-, Hen., earl of Egmont, 11
-, John, earl of Egmont (d. 1770), 11
-, John, earl of Egmont (d. 1822), 11
-, John, earl of Egmont (d. 1835), 11

Percy:
-, Gerbert de, 83
-, Hen. Algernon, earl of Northumberland, 151

Periam:
-, John (d. 1711), 35, 37 n
-, John (d. 1775), 35
-, fam., 35

Perret, Clement, 114 n

Perry:
-, Joan, m. — Jones, 76
-, John, 76–7
-, Rob., 76

Perry, in Quantoxhead, East, q.v.

Perry Mill, see Dodington

Peryear:
-, Anna Margaretta, m. Wm. Griffiths, 92
-, Eliz., see Hollier
-, John, 92

Perys, Hen., 27

Petherton, John, rector of Chipstable, 30

Petherton, North, 16
-, forestership, 3, 10, 12
-, Newton, North, 3, 10–11
-, park, 3 and n, 12 n

Petworth (Suss.), 154

Peverel:
-, Hugh, 20–1
-, Isabel, see Ralph son of William

Phelps:
-, Ric., vicar of Stogumber, 188
-, Wm., vicar of Bicknoller, 17

Pierce, Stephen, rector of Chipstable and Clatworthy, 38

Pierpoint, Mat., rector of Elworthy, 72

Piket, see Luxborough

pillory, 37, 58, 126, 146, 164

Pincombe, Mrs., 17, 79

Pinn, Hen., 16

pirates' goods, 106

Pirou, Rob. de, 98

Pirtochesworda, see Elworthy

Pitsford, see Brompton Ralph

Pitt, Chris., 87

Plantagenet:
-, Edw., earl of Rutland, duke of York 91
-, Philippe, see Mohun

plantations, 54, 56, 65, 67, 111; and see coppicing; timber; woodland

Plash, see Elworthy

pleasure steamers, 104

Plesse:
-, Hugh de la, 70
-, Ric. de la, 70
-, fam., 70

Plud, see Kilton

Podimore Milton, 1

Pointz, see Poyntz

Pollard:
-, Lewis, 4
-, Mic., rector of Dodington and Holford, 5, 68
-, Sam. Knight, 29

Ponte, Ralph de, 121 n

Poole (Pool):
-, A. J., 29
-, Chas., curate of Williton, 168
-, Francis, 200
-, Hen., 29
-, Hen., vicar of St. Decumans, 166
-, Rob., vicar of St. Decumans, 166
-, Thos., 67, 192–3, 195, 199
-, W. H., 29
-, fam., 195

Poorstock (Dors.), barony, 75, 83, 138

Pope, Benj., vicar of Nether Stowey, 198

Popham:
-, Hugh, 125 n
-, Joan, m. 1 John Sydenham; 2 John St. Aubyn, 153
-, Joan, see Luccombe
-, Ric., 153
-, fam., 134

Porlock, 134, 183

Portman:
-, Edw., Vct. Portman, 21
-, Wm. Hen., Vct. Portman, 21

Portsmouth, earl of, see Wallop, John

Portugal, 160

Portway, see roads

Poulett, Wm., 124, 133

Poundisford, see Crowcombe

Powderham (Devon), 172

Powell (or Morgan), Phil., 52

Poyntington (Dors.), 22

Poyntz (Pointz):
-, Agnes, 52 n
-, Clement, 45
-, Eliz., see Sydenham
-, Giles, 45–6, 52 and n
-, Helewise, see Malet
-, Hugh, 98
-, Sir John, 84
-, Prudence, w. of Giles, 45, 52
-, Rob., 45
-, Temperance, 52 n
-, fam., 52

Pratt, John, 115

prehistoric remains, see Bicknoller; Brompton Ralph; Clatworthy; Cleeve, Old; Crowcombe; Elworthy; Huish Champflower; Kilve; Quantoxhead, East; Quantoxhead, West; St. Decumans

Prentice, Hen., rector of Holford, 5

Presbyterians, 18, 88, 107, 189, 199

Preston, Frodo of, 66

Preston, see Stogumber

Preston Bowyer, see Milverton

Price, Herbert, 101

Prior:
-, Alex., 92
-, Edw., 75, 77, 80–1
-, Geo., 77
-, Geo., s. of Geo., 75–8
-, John (d. 1680), 92
-, John, s. of John, 92
-, John (fl. 1731), 92
-, John (d. 1852), 75, 77
-, Mary, m. Ric. Alexander, 75
-, Ric., see Alexander
-, Rob., 92
-, Wm., 75
-, fam., 76

prison, 12

produce (less usual):
-, butter, 38, 116, 124
-, calfskins, 160
-, cheese, 15, 38, 71, 77, 116, 124, 139, 166, 185
-, cider, 15, 117, 160, 173–4
-, flock, 186
-, gaiters, 47
-, honey, 127
-, oxbows, 159–60
-, paper, 160–1, 186
-, pottery, 186, 195
-, wax, 127
-, wood ash, 160

Prowse:
-, Conan, 45
-, Geo., 46
-, Jane, 189
-, fam., 46

Pruz:
-, Alice le, 152–3
-, Wm. le, 152

Pudsey, Sir Ric., 193

Pugsley:
-, Edm., 129 n
-, Mr., 129

Puldon, Ric., rector of East Quantoxhead, 127

Pulman:
-, John, 163
-, fam., 161, 163

Purdue:
-, Geo., 39
-, Thos., 189
-, Wm., 167

Pury, John, 124

Putsham, see Kilve

Pyke:
-, Hen., 168
-, Rob., 60
-, Wm., 160

Pyle, 101

Pym:
-, Erasmus, 184
-, John, 87

Pynwyn, Ric., rector of East Quantoxhead, 127

Q.

Quakers, 110

Quantock Hills, 124
-, common land, 3, 16, 121, 124–5, 178
-, forest, 97
-, pasture, 178, 184
-, ridgeway, see roads
-, rye lands, 124

Quantock, Little, see Crowcombe

Quantoxhead, benefice, 5, 68, 95, 101, 106, 126, 134–5

Quantoxhead, East (Great Quantoxhead), 7, 51, 101, 106, 120–9, 200
-, adv., 126
-, agric., 124–5
-, boro., 126
-, char., 129
-, ch., 121, 123, 126–7
-, ch. ho., 126–7
-, Combe, 121
-, common, 121 and n, 124, 126
-, cts., 125–7
-, Denscombe, 121
-, dom. archit., 122–3, 127
-, fms., 124
-, fields, 121–2
-, glebe, 127
-, inc., 121 n
-, ind., 125
-, inn, 122
-, lights, 127
-, man., 115, 122–7
-,-, ho. (Court House), 121, 123, 123, 125–7, 125
-, mill, 122, 125, 127
-, mining, 125
-, nonconf., 127
-, oratory, 121
-, par. officers, 121, 126
-, park 127
-, Perry, 121–2, 124
-, poor rel., 126
-, poorhouse, 126
-, pop., 122
-, pound, 126
-, prehist. rem., 120–1
-, rectors, 126–7, 129; and see Luttrell, Alex. Fownes
-, rectory, 126
-,-, ho. (West House), 51 n, 127
-, roads 121
-, sch., 102, 127, 129
-, tithes, 126–7
-, tithing, 118, 126
-, tithingman, 126
-, Townsend, 121
-, windmill, 121
-, woodland, 121–2

Quantoxhead, West (Little Quantoxhead, St. Audries), 2, 7, 13, 33–4, 96, 101, 120, 125, 129–36, 130 n, 162
-, adv., 131–2, 134–5
-, agric., 133–4
-, Bidwell, 129, 134
-, char., 136
-, ch., 124, 130, 134–5
-, ch. ho., 135
-, common, 134
-, cts., 133–4
-, curates, 135
-, dom. archit., 130–1, 133
-, fms., 130–1, 133–4
-, fields, 130
-, glebe, 134–5
-, harbour, 130
-, ind., 134
-, inns, 130
-, Landshire, 129, 133–4
-, lights, 135
-, man., 128, 130–5, 156
-,-, ho. (St. Audries), 129–34, 132
-, mill, 134
-, nonconf., 135–6
-, Over Weacombe, 132–3
-, park, 129–31, 134–6
-, poor rel., 134
-, poorhouse, 134–5
-, pop., 130
-, prehist. rem., 129
-, quarry, 129
-, rector, 38, 133–5, 166
-, rectory, 134–5
-,-, ho., 130, 135
-, roads, 129–30
-, St. Audries, see Quantoxhead, West: man.
-, sch., 115, 130, 132, 136
-, Staple, 2, 129–30, 134, 136
-, tithes, 135
-, warren, 130, 134
-, Weacombe, 129–34, 156
-, Weacombe Ho., 60, 133
-, woodland, 133–4, 136

Quarkhill, see Crowcombe

quarries, see Bicknoller; Brompton Ralph; Clatworthy; Cleeve, Old; Crowcombe; Elworthy; Halse; Huish Champflower; Kilton; Kilve; Lilstock; Monksilver; Nettlecombe; Quantoxhead, West; Raddington; St. Decumans; Sampford Brett; Stogumber; Stowey, Nether; and see alabaster; manganese; silver lead

Queen Anne's Bounty, 5, 51, 79, 168

R.

Radcliffe:
-, Hen., earl of Sussex, 44, 46
-, Sir John, 44, 53
-,-, his w., 53 n
-, Mary, w. of Rob. (d. 1542), m. 2 Hen. FitzAlan, earl of Arundel, 44
-, Rob., earl of Sussex (d. 1542), 44
-, Rob., earl of Sussex (d. 1629), 44
-, Thos., earl of Sussex, 44–5
-, Lady, 53

Raddington:
-, John of (fl. late 13th cent.), 138
-, John of (d. by 1408), and his w. Marg., 138
-, Reynamus of, 139 and n
-, Rob. of (fl. 1284–5), 138 and n
-, Rob. of (fl. 1332), 138 and n

Raddington, 7, 10, 26, 28–30, 83, 86, 136–42, 137
-, adv., 138, 140–1, 143
-, agric., 139–40
-, Batscombe, 136–7, 139–40
-, Blackwell, 136, 138, 140
-, char., 143
-, Chubworthy, 136–7, 139–40, 141 n
-, ch., 136, 138, 140–1, 141, 143
-, common, 136–7
-, cts., 140
-, curate, 141
-, dom. archit., 138–9, 141
-, fms., 136–7, 139–40
-, fields, 136
-, glebe, 141
-, guild, 141
-, inc., 137
-, ind., 139
-, man., 138–41
-,-, ho., 136–8, 140
-, mill, 136–7, 140
-, Nettlewell, 139
-, nonconf., 143
-, Nutwell, 137, 139
-, park, 137
-, poorhouse, 140
-, pop., 138
-, quarries, 136
-, rectors, 87, 141; and see Ballet, John; Davys, Thos.
-, rectory, 140, 143
-,-, ho., 136, 141
-, roads, 137–8
-, Rowlands, 139–40
-, Sanders Barnstaple, 83 n, 139 n
-, sch., 141, 143
-, tithes, 139, 141
-, tithing, 140
-, Upcott, 137–40
-, woodland, 137, 139

railways, see Bicknoller; Cleeve, Old; Crowcombe; St. Decumans; Sampford Brett; Stowey, Nether; Washford; Watchet; Williton

Ralegh (Raleigh):
-, And. de, rector of Nettlecombe, 119
-, Hugh de, 113
-, Joan, m. Thos. Whalesborough, 113
-, John de (d. bef. 1293), 113
-, John de (d. 1340), 113, 115, 118
-, Sir John de (d. 1372), 113, 115, 173
-, John de (d. 1376), 115
-, John de (d. c. 1403), 113
-, Maud, see Butler
-, Sir Simon de (d. c. 1284), 113 and n
-, Sir Simon de (d. c. 1304), 113
-, Simon (d. 1440), 113, 119
-, Thos. de (fl. 1310), and his w. Lucy, 115
-, Thos. de (fl. 1325), 115
-, Thomasia, m. Sir John Chichester, 115
-, Warin de (fl. late 12th cent.), 113
-, Sir Warin de (d. before 1246), 113
-, Sir Warin de (d. before 1280), 113, 118
-, Wm. de (fl. c. 1280), 21
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1325), 115
-, fam., 119, 181, 184

Raleigh's Cross, in Clatworthy and Nettlecombe, 33, 36–7, 39, 76, 86, 113

Ralph, knight, 93

Ralph son of William, 19–20, 22, 155
-, Hilary, da. of, m. John FitzUrse, 20–1
-, Isabel, da. of, m. 1 Hugh Peverel, 2 Nic. FitzMartin, 20–1
-, Lucy, da. of, m. Wm. Malet, 20
-, Yolande, w. of, 20

Ralph, Turstin so. of, see Turstin

Ramsden, Omar, 51

Ramsey, Wm. de, 130

Rawle Wm., 48

Rayner, John, 162

Reckitt, Rachel, 51

recusants, 18, 25, 39, 52, 70, 73, 127, 143, 168, 175, 189, 199

Reed, W. H., 162

reeve, see Elnod

Reginald, bp. of Bath, 165– 6

Reigny:
-, John de (d. 1122), 152
-, John de (fl. 1122), 152
-, Wm. de (d. 1186–9), 152
-, Sir Wm. de (d. 1275), 152–3

Rendell, John, 29

Rennie, Geo., 147

rents:
-, burgherist, 146
-, burgriht, 195
-, capons, 15
-, churchscot, 188
-, cumin, 15
-, domescot, 93
-, eggs, 93
-, hundred wite, 46
-, iron, 14 n, 15, 58
-, lardersilver, 93, 195
-, Peter's Pence, 93
-, sheep, 107
-, wheat, 124
-, and see chevage

Reuilly, Ralph de, 115, 122

Reve, Thos., 72

Revesby (Lincs.), abbey, 44

Revet, Wm., 72

Rexton, see Stogumber

Rich:
-, Sarah, see Lacey
-, Thos., 70
-, Thos., s. of Thos., 70

Richard III, 84

Richard (fl. 1086), 108

Richards:
-, Anne, w. of Simon, 27, 29
-, Escott, vicar of Old Cleeve, 50
-, John Simon, 183
-, Ric., 27, 29
-, Simon (d. 1751), rector of Chipstable, 27, 29
-, Simon (d. 1781), rector of Chipstable, 29
-, Simon (d. 1804), rector of Chipstable, 27, 29, 138, 141, 183
-, Simon Slocombe, rector of Chipstable, 27, 29–30, 183
-, fam., 29–30

Richmond and Lennox, duke of, see Stuart, Chas.

Ridgeway:
-, Mary, 76
-, Thos., 76

Rifton (Devon), see Stoodleigh

Risdon, fam., 78

Rivers:
-, John, 132, 180
-, (alias Court or Iver), Marg., w. of Wm., 132
-, (alias Court), Wm., 132
-, fam., 132

roads:
-, Brendon ridgeway, 19, 26, 39, 41, 43, 69, 83, 85, 111, 113, 117, 178
-, coal carriers road, 111
-, Great Road, 2, 97, 129
-, 'herpath', 42, 54, 178, 191
-, Hunting Path, 97
-, market path, 42
-, Portway, 42, 89
-, Quantock ridgeway, 54, 56, 97, 120, 129, 177
-, turnpikes, 2, 13, 19–20, 26, 29, 42, 56, 65, 69–70, 74, 83, 107–8, 110, 111, 130, 137, 150, 171, 179

Roadwater, see Cleeve, Old

Robbins, Gregory, 28

Robert, count of Mortain, 56

Robert, prior of Bath, 95

Robert son of Alfred, 3–4

Robert son of Ives (Robert the constable), 56

Robert son of Roscelin, 3

Robert son of William, 98
-, his da. Joan, m. Hen.
-, Furneaux, 98

Robert (fl. 1086,?two of the name), 138–9, 193

Robert, Simon s. of, see Simon

Roberts, Jane, m. Geo. Francis Wyndham, earl of Egremont, 154

Robinson, —, architect, 52

Roche:
-, John (fl. 1381), 182
-, John (fl. c. 1465), 182
-, Ric. de la, 182
-, Simon, 182

Rochelle, La (Charente, France), 159

Rodhuish, see Carhampton

Rodmell (Suss.), 14

Roe, Thos., rector of Brendon and Elworthy, 72

Roebuck, see Crowcombe

Roger (fl. 1086), 182

Roger the nephew, 155

Rogers:
-, Anne, w. of John, m. 2 John Tuchet, Ld. Audley, 98
-, Catherine, w. of John, 101
-, Edw., 98
-, Eliz., m. 1 Chas. Cavendish, 2 Chas. Stuart, duke of Richmond, 98
-, Sir Hen., 98, 156
-, Howarda, w. of Edw., m. 2 Sir Lewis Dyve, 98
-, John (d. 1441), 98, 133, 156
-, John (d. 1450), 98
-, John (d. c. 1546), 98
-, John (d. 1565), 98, 101
-, Sir John (d. 1613), 98
-, Sir John (fl. 1664), 98–9, 101
-, Marg., w. of Sir John, m. 2 — Banastre, 98, 101
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1605), 98, 101
-, Ric. (d. 1643), 98
-, Rogersa, m. Sir Hen. Belasyse, 98
-, fam., 3–4

Rolland:
-, Godehuda, see Windsor
-, Nic., 14
-, Ric., 14 n
-, Rob., 14
-, Wm., 14

Roman Catholicism, see Cleeve, Old; and see recusants

Roman remains, see Lilstock; St. Decumans

Rome, 152

Romsey (Hants), 140

Roobies, see Stowey, Nether

Rooksnest, see Brompton Ralph

Roper, Hugh, vicar of Stogumber, 188

Roscelin, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Rossiter, John, 29

Roumare:
-, Wm. de, earl of Lincoln (d. by 1161), 43–4
-, Wm. de, earl of Lincoln (d. c. 1198), 44–5, 49
-, fam., 44

Rowcliffe:
-, Chas., 183
-, Wm. (d. 1900), 183
-, Wm. (fl. 1914), 183

Rowdon, in Stogumber, 117, 178, 181, 184–5
-, cts., 118
-, man., 113, 116, 187
-,-, ho., 181

Rowe:
-, John, 45
-, Rob., 45, 52
-, fam., 45

Rowlands, see Raddington

Rowse, Ambrose, and his w. Madeleine, 76

Rugge, John, rector of Nettlecombe, 119

Rumton, Wal. of, 152

Russel (Russell):
-, Eleanor, 34
-, Isabel, w. of Ralph, 34
-, Jas., 34
-, Sir Maurice, 34
-, Ralph (d. c. 1250), 34
-, Ralph (d. 1278), 34
-, Ralph (d. 1295), 34
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1375), 34
-, Rob., 34
-, Theobald, 34
-, Thos., 34
-, Sir Wm., 34
-, Wm., earl of Bedford, 151

Russia, 160; and see St. Petersburg

Rutland, earl of, see Plantagenet, Edw.

Rydon, see St. Decumans

S.

Sadler (Saddler):
-, Martha, see Burton
-, Revd. Ottiwell, 133
-, Ottiwell Tennant, 133

Saffin (Saffyn):
-, Edw. (d. 1621), 22
-, Edw. (fl. 1656), 22
-, Hugh (fl. 1656), 22
-, Joan (d. 1603), 22
-, Joan, w. of Edw., m. 2 John Boys, 22
-, John (fl. early 17th cent.), 22
-, John (fl. 1652), 162
-, John (fl. 1656), 162
-, fam., 23, 180, 185

Safford:
-, Bart., minister of Bicknoller, 17–18
-, Hannah, w. of Bart., 18
-, Thos., 18

Saffyn, see Saffin

St. Albans (Herts.), battle of, 91, 122

St. Albyn:
-, Anne, m. Birt Jenner, 133, 180
-, Caroline, m. Wm. Wait, 133, 180–1
-, Frances, see Luxton
-, Geo., 99
-, Jane, 6
-, Joan, see Popham
-, John (fl. 1500), 3, 153
-, John (fl. 1664), 99
-, John (d. 1768), 3, 99
-, Lancelot (d. 1708–9), 99
-, Revd. Lancelot (d. 1791), 99
-, Lancelot (fl. 19th cent.), 100
-, (formerly Gravenor) Langley, 100, 133, 180, 183
-, fam., 3, 99–101, 133

St. Audries, Ld., see Hood

St. Audries, in Quantoxhead, West, q.v.

St. Decumans, 41, 45, 53, 68, 109, 111, 118, 142, 143–71, 174
-, adv., 166
-, agric., 157–9
-, Bardon, 145–6, 157–8
-,-, pop., 150
-, Battlegore, 145, 149–50
-, Catwell, q.v.
-, chant., 153
-, chap., 165
-, char., 170–1
-, ch., 143, 146, 149, 155–6, 161, 165–8, 167, 171
-, ch. ho., 161, 166
-, cts., 163–5
-, Culvercliffe, 145, 156, 158, 163, 174
-, curate, 165–6
-, Curlinch, 145, 153, 158
-, Daw's Castle, see Watchet
-, dean, 165
-, dom. archit., 154–7
-, Doniford, q.v.
-, Egrove, 145, 150, 159, 161
-,-, mill, 162
-, fair, 161, 165–6
-, fms., 159
-, fields, 158
-, Five Bells, 146 and n
-, friendly socs., 150
-, glebe, 156, 166
-, Hayne, Lower Hayne, 111, 143, 159
-, Huish, 145
-, inc., 158
-, ind., 160–1
-, Kentsford, 42, 46, 143, 145, 149– 51, 155–6, 158–9
-,-, man. ho., 155–6 tithes, 155
-, Kingsdown, 111, 143, 158–9
-, Liddymore, 145
-, lights, 166
-, man., 151–7
-, mills, 160, 162–3, 166, 169
-, minister, see Parsons, Rob.
-, minster, 146, 150
-, nonconf., 146, 168–9
-, Orchard Wyndham, q.v.
-, par. cncl., 165
-, par. officers, 165
-, parsonage, 158
-,-, ho., 156, 165
-, poor rel., 162
-, poorhouse, 166
-, pop., 150
-, prebend, 156, 158
-, prebendary, 160–1, 165–6
-, prehist. rem., 145
-, quarry, 145
-, rly., 150
-, roads, 149–50
-, Rom. rem., 146
-, Rydon, 145, 149, 158–9
-, sch., 166
-, Shells (Shelves), 146
-, Silver, Little, 145, 156–7, 161
-, mill, 160, 162, 165
-, Snailholt, 145, 149, 153, 158–9
-,-, mills, 162–3
-, Stream, Higher Stream, 145–6, 157–9, 163, 170
-,-, mill, 162 pop., 150
-, Sualewecliffe, 145
-, Timwood q.v.
-, tithes, 155–6, 158, 160, 166
-, Tomblands, 146
-, vicars, 166, 168
-, vicarage, 156
-,-, ho. 165–6
-, Warmoor, 111
-, warrens, 149
-, Watchet, q.v.
-, Wibble, 145, 158–9
-, Williton, q.v.
-, woodland, 145, 158

St. John of Jerusalem (Hospitallers), order, 22–3, 66, 68, 72, 75–80, 85, 152, 157, 162, 182
-, prior, 66, 75 n, 79

St. Paul's, London, dean of, see Godolphin, Hen.

St. Petersburg, 79

St. Stephen:
-, Rob., 173
-, Sibyl, see Aure
-, Wm., 173
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 173

St. Veep, see Trevelyan

Salisbury:
-, ctss. of, see Lacey, Alice
-, earl of, see Montacute, Wm.

Salisbury (Wilts.), 11
-, canon, 62

salt, 147, 159–60, 184

Salvation Army, 18, 169

Sampford:
-, Alice, see Brett
-, Edm., 172

Sampford Brett, 7, 13–14, 62, 107, 162, 171–7
-, adv., 174–5
-, agric., 173–4
-, Aller, q.v.
-, Cagley (Kagley) or Wayshill, 171, 183
-, Catwell, q.v.
-, char., 177
-, ch., 171, 174–5, 175 n
-, ch. ho., 174–5
-, common, 171, 175
-, cts., 174
-, dom. archit., 173, 175
-, fair, 172, 174–5
-, fms., 173–4
-, fee, 163
-, fields, 171
-, glebe, 171, 175
-, ind., 174
-, inn, 172
-, lights, 175
-, man., 156, 163, 171–4
-, mkt., 172, 174
-, mill, 171, 173–4
-, nonconf., 175, 177
-, par. officers, 174
-, poor rel., 174
-, poorhouse, 174–5
-, pop., 172
-, quarry, 173
-, rly., 172, 174
-, rectors, 17, 72, 173, 175; and see Cogan; Webber, Wm.
-, rectory, 174–5
-,-, ho., 175
-, roads, 171–2
-, sch., 175, 177
-, tithes, 173, 175
-, tithing, 163, 174
-, Torweston, 7, 12, 14, 171–2, 174
-,-, man. ho., 173 mill, 174 tithing, 174 tithingman, 12
-, Wayshill, see Sampford Brett: Cagley
-, Weacombe, Lower, q.v.
-, woodland, 173

Sanders Barnstaple, see Raddington

Sanford:
-, Ayshford, rector of Clatworthy and West Monkton, 38
-, Edw. Ayshford, 139
-, John (d. 1711), 139
-, John (d. 1779), 139
-, Revd. John, and his w., 80
-, Martin, 139
-, Susan, see Sydenham
-, Wm. (d. c. 1664), 139
-, Wm. (d. 1718), 139
-, Wm. (d. 1770), 139
-, Wm. Ayshford (d. 1833), 139
-, Wm. Ayshford (d. 1902), 139
-, fam., 140, 180

Sanger, Jas., rector of Elworthy, 72

Saunders:
-, Marg. see Blount
-, Nic., 152

Savaric, bp. of Bath and Glastonbury, 166

Say:
-, Genevieve, see Keriell
-, Sir Wm., 116, 138, 141

Scandinavia, 160

scientists, see Davy; Wedgwood

Scotland, see Kircudbright

Scott:
-, Jas., duke of Monmouth, see Monmouth's rebellion
-, Wm., 76, 78

Scrope, Ant., 188

Scudamore, fam., 157

Sealy, fam., 101

Seaman:
-, Aldred, 115
-, Aldred, s. of Aldred, 115

Seaton (Devon), 103

seaweed (ore), 47, 93–4, 100, 105, 125, 160, 164
-, kelp, 160
-, laver, 47

Sedding, J. D., 18, 189

Sedgeborough, see Clatworthy

Sedgeborrow, Thos., 28

Sedgemoor, dist., 197

Selattyn (Salop.), Pentrepant in, 57

Selleck, John, rector of Elworthy, 72 and n

Selworthy, 87
-, Holnicote, 195

Selwyn College, Cambridge, 50

Semson, Rog., 5, 73, 110

serfs (nativi, neifs), 15, 22, 28, 35, 58–9, 67, 71, 85, 93, 116, 173
-, manumission, 46, 93

Seric (fl. 1066), 139

Seymour:
-, Algernon, duke of Somerset, 154
-, Cecily, see Beauchamp
-, Edw., earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset, 26, 56, 104, 193
-, Sir Edw., 193
-, Rog., 56
-, fam., 56

shambles, see Cleeve, Old; Stogumber; Watchet

Shapwick, 1

Shedden:
-, S. H., vicar of Kilton, 96
-, Sam., vicar of Kilton, 96

Shells (Shelves), see St. Decumans

Sheppard, John, 89

Shereman, fam., 139

sheriff's tourn, 12, 61

Shervage, see Kilton

Shewbrook (Shewbrooks):
-, Sam., 25
-, Wm., 199 n

shilvingstole, see cuckingstool

Ship Money, 159, 179

Shiplake, John de, rector of Crowcombe, 62

Shorney, see Brompton Ralph

Shropshire, 184; and see Selattyn

Shurt:
-, Ric., 100
-, Wm., 59
-, fam., 101, 125

Silver (Silver Monachorum), see Monksilver

Silver, Little, see St. Decumans

silver lead, 145

Simes, see Sims

Simmonds, W., 66 n

Simms, see Sims

Simnel, Lambert, 70

Simon son of Robert, 56

Sims (Simes, Simms, Sym, Symmes):
-, Chas., clerk, 50
-, John, vicar of Old Cleeve, 50
-, Wal., 140
-, Mrs., 72

Singer Instruments Co. Ltd., 48

Skelton, John, rector of Clatworthy and West Quantoxhead, 38, 135

Skilgate, Mat. de, see Gatemore

Skilgate, 7, 78
-, sch., 143

Skirdall (Skirdle), see Chipstable

Skory:
-, Sir Edm., 123
-, Silvestra, see Luttrell

Slater, John, rector of Holford, 5

Slocombe:
-, Hen., rector of Nettlecombe, 119
-, Thos., 183
-, fam., 15, 161–2, 173, 185

Slough, see Crowcombe

Smith:
-, Jas., 131, 134–5
-, Lavinia, 131
-, Mary, 171

Smithweeke, Peter, 50

Snailholt, see St. Decumans

Snow, Wm., 183

Somers, Lady, see Newton, Camilla

Somerset, duke of, see Seymour, Algernon and Edw.

Somerset:
-, Congregational Union, 63
-, coroner, 21
-, County Council, 99, 129
-, Ld.-Lieutenant, 92, 123
-, M.P., 113–14, 116

Somerset, West:
-, dist., 4, 17, 24, 37, 49, 61, 68, 71, 86, 95, 101, 106, 109, 118, 126, 134, 143, 165, 174, 188
-, Mineral Railway, 36
-, Railway, 43, 56

Somerset Mineral Syndicate, 117

Somerton, man., 97

Southcote, Mary and Eliz., 76

Southey:
-, John (d. 1532), 139
-, John (fl. 1563), 139
-, John (fl. 1709), 141
-, Nic., 139
-, Rob., 193

Southwick Rochecourt Estates, 76

Sowy, Godfrey of, and his s. Ric., 173

Spain, 160

Spaxton, 35, 194
-, Radlet, 190
-, rector, see Cooke, Jos.

Speed, fam., 46

Spencer:
-, John, 21
-, John Geo., Earl Spencer, 79
-, Nic., vicar of Halse, 79–80

Sperry, see Huish Champflower

sports and entertainments:
-, bowls, 56, 129, 192
-, fives, 192
-, hunting, 33
-, museum, 161, 163
-, revels, 43
-, shooting, 26, 33
-, sports, 13
-, tennis, 164, 179
-, theatre, 192
-, wassailing, 13
-, wrestling, 130

Spray, John, minister of Kilve, 101 n

Spurway, Lucilla Maria, 81

Squire, Wm., 70

Stafford:
-, Alice, see Blount
-, Hen., duke of Buckingham, 84
-, Sir Ric., 98

Staffordshire, see Clifton Campville

Stalbridge (Dors.), man., 34

Stalling:
-, Edith, see Kemmes
-, John, 155

Stamborough, see Cleeve, Old

Standfast, Alex., 6, 103, 107

Standish (Lancs.), Hall, 184

Stanley, Mary, 200

Staple, see Quantoxhead, West

Staver:
-, Gervase de, 155
-, Wm. de, 155

Staverton (Devon), Kingston in, 45

Stawell:
-, Edw., 47
-, Geo., 76
-, Sir John (fl. 1572), 76
-, John (d. 1604), 76
-, Sir John (d. 1662), 76
-, Sir John (d. 1670), 84
-, John, Ld. Stawell, 76
-, Ralph, Ld. Stawell, 76
-, Wm., 84
-, fam., 76, 87

Stawley, 141
-, Greenham, 26–7, 29

Stephens:
-, Mary (fl. 1829), 21
-, Mary (d. 1854), 21, 25
-, Ric., vicar of Nether Stowey, 199

Stevyne, Hugh, 50

Stewkeley:
-, Geo., 27
-, Hugh (d. 1585), 27
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1642), 27, 44, 46
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1719), 27, 44, 49
-, Mary, w. of Sir Hugh, m. 2 Thos. Foley, Ld Foley, 44
-, Peter, 27
-, Sir Thos., 27, 44

Steynings (Steyning):
-, Chas., 195–6, 200
-, fam., 59

Stoate:
-, John, 169
-, Mary, 169, 183
-, Thos., 162

stock (less common):
-, beagle, 15
-, bees, 15, 71
-, deer, 56, 127, 130, 134
-, ducks, 116
-, game, 117
-, geese, 59, 103, 106, 116, 118, 127, 141, 166
-, goats, 22, 35, 45, 58, 93, 100, 139
-, lambs, 38, 62, 79, 95, 100, 127, 139
-, oxen, 47
-, partridge, 59
-, pheasant, 59
-, spaniel, 15
-, turkeys, 116

Stockland Bristol, 68

Stockman, Ric., 50

stocks, 16, 37, 58, 61, 74, 78, 118, 126 and n, 134, 164, 197

Stoford, Ric of, 77; and see Stolford

Stoford, in Halse, q v.

Stogumber (Warverdinestoch) 7, 10–11, 13–14, 17, 24, 50, 54, 61, 63, 69–70, 72, 107, 110, 116, 118 and n, 133, 139, 141, 146, 150, 152–3, 171, 176, 177–90
-, adv., 180, 188
-, agric., 184–6
-, almshouses, 187, 190
-, Ashbeer, 177, 179, 186–7
-, Boarpath, 177–8, 184–7
-, brewery, 186
-, Capton, 116, 177–9, 181, 184–6, 189–90
-, Carslake, 178, 184–7, 190
-, Catford, 177
-, char., 190
-, Charlwood, 178
-, Cheddermarsh, 153, 178, 184–5
-, ch., 177–80, 184, 186–9
-, ch. ho., 189
-, Coleford, q.v.
-, Combe Cross, 184
-, Combe Sydenham (Combe, Combe Allen), 14 n, 16, 107–8, 162, 177–81, 184–7, 189–90, 198
-,-, Hall, 108, 181–2 man., 155, 181 park, 178
-, common, 178, 185
-, Cottiford, q.v.
-, cts., 187
-, Culcombe, 177–8
-, curate, 188
-, Curdon, 178, 184–7
-,-, mills, 187 and n
-, dom. archit., 180–5, 188
-, Downside (formerly Fenne), 178, 186–7
-, Embelle, 177–9, 184–5
-, Escott, 177, 184–5, 187
-, fair, 117, 186
-, fms., 178, 185
-, Fenne, see Stogumber: Downside
-, fields, 178
-, fraternity, 189
-, friendly soc., 179
-, glebe, 188
-, Goodley, 178, 184
-, Halsway, 7, 13, 60, 177–9, 183–5, 189
-,-, chap., 183 man., 16, 156, 178 Manor, 58, 77 tithing, 185, 187
-, Hartrow, 21, 24–5, 59 and n, 70, 72, 177–9, 181, 183–7
-,-, chap., 189 Ho., 24–5, 182 man., 153, 182, 187 park, 178
-, Heathfield, q.v.
-, hund. ct., 12
-, inc., 178
-, ind., 177, 186
-, inns, 12, 179 and n, 186–7
-, Kingswood, 177–8, 187, 190
-, lights, 189
-, Maderknoll, 184
-, man., 179–87
-, mkt., 186
-,-, hall, 186 ho., 179 pl., 178
-, Marsh, New, 184
-, mill, 61, 186–7
-, mining, 177
-, minster, 13, 69, 107, 177–8, 188
-, nonconf., 189–90
-, Northam, 178, 186–7
-, par. officers, 187
-, park, 178
-, poor rel., 187–8
-, prehist. rem., 178
-, Preston, 10, 177–80, 185
-, pop., 179
-, quarry, 177
-, rector, 38, 107, 180, 188
-, rectory, 178, 180, 187–9
-,-, ho., 178 man., 178, 189
-, Rexton, 178, 184, 187, 189–90
-, roads, 178–9
-, Rowdon, q.v.
-, sch., 188, 190
-, shambles, 186
-, tithing, 164, 185, 187
-, Togford, 185
-, Vellow, 177–9, 184–6, 190
-,-, chap., 189 wood, 185
-, Vexford, 177, 179, 182, 184, 186
-, Vexford, Higher, 182, 185, 189
-, Vexford, Lower, 183, 186–7, 189
-, Vexford, Over, 178, 182–6
-,-, man., 187
-, vicars, 17–18, 62, 188–9
-, vicarage, 188
-,-, ho., 178, 188–9
-, Weacombe, Lower, q.v.
-, woodland, 178, 183–4, 186
-, workhouse, 188
-, Yeaw, 178, 184–5, 187
-, Zinch, 178, 190

Stogummer, see Falmouth

Stogursey, 4–5, 20, 65, 97, 103, 105, 124, 195, 200
-, barony, 3, 104
-, Burton, 89, 103
-, cast., 58
-, ch., 106–7
-, Durborough, 2, 67
-,-, man., 3, 68 tithing, 68
-, Fairfield, 77, 92–4, 103, 104 n, 105–6
-, Idson, 15–16
-, priory, 3–5, 106 and n, 135, 151, 173, 175
-, vicar, 5, 106
-, vicarage, 106

Stoke, Richer of, see Andelys

Stoke Pero, rector of, 30

Stoke sub Hamdon, 56

Stolford, Wm. of, 85; and see Stoford

Stolford, in Huish Champflower, q.v.

Stone:
-, Bishop, 29
-, John, 26–7
-, Nic., 167

Stone, in Brompton Ralph, q.v.

Stonehouse:
-, Mary, see Bluet
-, Sir Jas., 27

Stoodleigh (Devon), 36, 64
-, Rifton, 57

Storthwayt, John, rector of Chipstable, 30

Stourton:
-, Edw., Ld. Stourton, 11
-, Joan, m. John Sydenham, 181
-, John, Ld. Stourton, 11
-, Sir Wm., 183

Stout, see Cleeve, Old

Stowe (Bucks.), 66

Stowey, Nether (Market Stowey), 2, 5, 43 n, 65, 67–8, 89, 95, 102, 104, 121, 190–200,, 192
-, adv., 198
-, agric., 195–6
-, barony, 195
-, Bincombe, q.v.
-, boro, 10, 191, 195, 197
-,-, cts., 197
-, Budley, 43 n, 191, 194–5, 197, 200
-, Budley, East, 194
-, cast., 89, 140, 194–5, 197, 199
-, char., 200
-, ch., 68, 191, 194, 197–9
-, ch. ho., 198
-, common, 191
-, cts., 192, 195, 197
-, cross, 191, 196
-, curate, 198–9
-, dom. archit., 191–2, 194, 198
-, fair, 196
-, fms., 196
-, fields, 191, 195
-, friendly soc., 192–3
-, glebe, 191, 198
-, 'herpath', see roads
-, inc., 191
-, ind., 191, 195–6
-, inn, 192–3
-, Lege, see Budley
-, man., 92, 104, 193–7
-, mkt., 191, 195–6
-,-, ho., 191, 196 pl., 140, 197
-, mills, 191, 196–7
-, mining, 191
-, nonconf., 199
-, par. officers, 197
-, park, 191, 194, 197
-, poor rel., 195, 197–8
-, poorhouse, 197
-, pop., 193, 196
-, quarry, 191
-, Radlet, see Spaxton
-, rly., 191
-, rector, 197–8
-, rectory, 198
-, roads, 191
-, Roobies, 194, 197
-, sch., 196, 199
-, Stowey Ct., 156, 194
-, Stowey Rocks, 190
-, streets, 191–2
-, tithes, 197–8
-, tithing, 195, 197
-, tithingman, 197
-, tollhouse, 191
-, vicars, 197–8, and see Hayward; Stephens, Ric.
-, vicarage, 198
-,-, ho., 198
-, woodland, 191, 195

Stowey, Over, 2, 11, 15, 67 and n, 95, 105, 190, 194–5, 200
-, Bincombe, q.v.
-, rectory, 197

Stowey (unspecified), 7, 10, 76
-, man., 104

Stradling:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1363), 183
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1394), 183
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1453), 183
-, Edw. (d. 1535), 183
-, Edw. (fl. 1590), and his w. Philippe, 92
-, Edw. (d. 1602), 183
-, Edw. (fl. 1637), 183
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John, 183
-, Hen., 183
-, Joan, w. of Peter, see Halsway
-, Joan, w. of Sir Edw., see Beaufort
-, Sir John, 183
-, Mary, w. of Edw., 183
-, Peter, 183
-, Thos. (d. 1480), 183
-, Thos. (d. 1571), 183
-, Sir Wm., 183
-, fam., 59, 156

Strange:
-, John, 174
-, Maud, w. of Ric., Ld. Strange, 91
-, Ric., Ld. Strange, 91

Stratford-on-Avon (Warws.), 194

Stream, see St. Decumans

Street, 1
-, rector, see Malet, Baldwin

Streitbury, Edw., 119

Stringston, 4, 65, 67, 89, 94, 101, 102 and n, 103, 106
-, adv., 101
-, Alfoxton, 2–3, 96, 99, 153
-,-, man., 101
-, ch., 101
-, Dowsborough, 2, 65
-, Dyche, 6, 69
-, sch., 69

Strode:
-, John, 91, 151
-, Marg., see Hadley

Stroud (Glos.), 27

Stuart:
-, Chas., duke of Richmond and Lennox, 98
-, Eliz., see Rogers
-, Jas., duke of York, 179

Studdier, John, 77

Studland (Dors.), 50

Studley (Oxon.), priory, 56, 60, 62
-, prioress, 7, 61, 63

Stury:
-, Alice, see Blount
-, Sir Ric., 98

Style, Wm., 44

Sualewecliffe, see St. Decumans

Sudbury (Suff.), 157

Surrage:
-, Jas., 31
-, fam., 28

Surrey, see Camberwell; Ewell

Sussex, earl of, see Radcliffe, Hen., Rob., and Thos.

Sussex, see Petworth; Rodmell
-, Chichester, bp. of, see Sydenham, Simon

Sutton:
-, John de, rector of Elworthy, 72
-, Mary Huxtable, 171

Sutton Valence (Kent), 5

Swansea (Glam.), 159–60

Sweet Escott, see Escott

Sweeting:
-, Giles, 15
-, Hen. (d. 1676), 71
-, Hen. (d. 1685), 186
-, Hen. (d. 1785), 98–9
-, Joan, m. 2 Wm. Lacey, 153, 182
-, John (d. 1550), 183
-, John (d. 1556), 183
-, John (d. 1623), 183
-, John (d. 1628), 14, 183
-, John (d. 1646), 14, 190
-, John (d. 1688), 14
-, John (d. 1815), 99
-, John Hankey, 99
-, John Hankey Saumarez, 99
-, Jos. (d. 1707), 14
-, Jos. (d. 1727), 14
-, Jos. (d. 1772), 14
-, Rob., 14, 162
-, fam., 14 n, 15 and n, 186

Switzerland, see Berne

Sydenhale, John de, rector of Clatworthy, 38

Sydenham:
-, Agnes, see Chubworthy
-, Alex., 84, 86
-, Alice, w. of Sir John, m. 2 Sir Francis Dodington, 181
-, Edw., 139
-, Eleanor, w. of Hen., 181
-, Eliz., w. of John, see Frank
-, Eliz., m. John Wyndham, 153
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Courtenay, 181
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Poyntz, 84
-, Floyer, 179
-, Geo. (fl. 1563), 45
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1597), 180–1, 189–90, 197–8
-, Hen. (d. by 1427), 180–1
-, Hen. (d. c. 1519), 181
-, Humph., 139
-, Joan, w. of John (d. 1464), see Popham
-, Joan, w. of John (d. 1468), see Stourton
-, Joan, m. Ric. Cave, 21
-, Joan, m. Thos. Bridges, 153
-, John (fl. 1438), 139
-, John (fl. 1448), 28
-, John, father of John (d. 1464), 153
-, John (d. 1464), 153
-, John (d. 1468), 180–1
-, John (fl. 1475), 182, 184
-, John (d. 1504), 139
-, John (d. 1521), 153–4, 182, 184
-, John (d. 1526), 153, 182, 184
-, John (d. 1542), 181
-, John (d. 1547), 34, 45, 114
-, Sir John (d. 1557), 153, 155, 181–2
-, John (d. 1558), 139
-, John (d.? 1562), 173
-, John (fl. 1568), 180, 182
-, John (d. 1580), 139
-, John (d. by 1603), 34–5, 45
-, Sir John (d. 1625), 180–1, 186
-, John (d. 1627), 49, 180–1
-, Sir John (d. 1643), 181
-, John (unspecified), 53
-, Sir John Posthumous, 181
-, Marg., m. Rob. Hensleigh, 34
-, Sir Phil., 180
-, Ralph, 180
-, Ric., 180–1
-, Simon, bp. of Chichester, 180
-, Susan, m. Martin Sanford, 139
-, Ursula, w. of Sir John (d. 1557), 155
-, Ursula, w. of John (d. by 1603), 45
-, Lady (d. ?1654), 190
-, fam., 3, 48, 59, 84 n, 108–9, 139, 153, 157–8, 167, 180, 184, 189, 198

Sydenham (Kent, now Lond.), 75

Sykes, Eliz., 200

Sym (Symmes), see Sims

Symcocks, Thos., and his w. Alice, 92

Syndercombe, Gregory, vicar of Nether Stowey, 198

Syndercombe, in Clatworthy, 7, 31, 33, 34 n, 188
-, cts., 35, 37
-, man., 34–5, 35 n, 37–8
-,-, ho., 35
-, mill, 35
-, tithing, 36–7

T.

Tailor, see Taylor

Talbot:
-, John, 28, 31
-, Rob., 28

Tale, in Payhembury (Devon), 155

Tallaton (Devon), 119

Talman, Jas., vicar of Stogumber, 188

Tanfield, Rob., 28

Tanner:
-, Humph., rector of Samford Brett, 175
-, Nic., 175
-, Thos., rector of Sampford Brett, 175
-, fam., 175

tanning, 4, 16, 47, 60, 117, 186

Taunton, Ld., see Labouchere

Taunton, 16, 29, 33, 44, 46–7, 62, 67, 76, 80, 105, 119–20, 131, 151, 183, 199 n
-, archdeacon, 24, 87; and see Trevelyan, Geo.; Turner
-, ho. of correction, 16
-, hund., 11
-, man., 11, 73
-, poor-law union, 79
-, Priory, 45
-, rural dist., 79
-, sch., 110
-, turnpike, 179

Taunton Deane, 73
-, dist., later boro., 29, 79, 140
-, man., 11, 73

Taverner, Rob. and Rog., 23

Taylor (Tailor):
-, Barbara, 85
-, Geo., 16
-, John, 192
-, Sam., rector of Huish Champflower, 87, 141
-, (alias Gregory), Thos., 93

Tazwell, Eliz., see Kingsmill

Templar, Order of Knights, 23, 152, 157, 184

Temple, Sir Ric., 66

Temple, Earl, see Grenville, Ric.

Templer, Chas., curate of Chipstable, 27

Tenby (Carms., now Dyfed), 159– 60

Tetton, Rob. of, 184

Tewkesbury (Glos.), abbey, 68, 108, 197–8

Theed, W. A. C., 181

Thomas:
-, Bart., and his w. Lucy, 19
-, Mr. C., 182

Thorn, see Thorne

Thorncombe, Ric. of, 14

Thorncombe, in Bicknoller, q.v.

Thorne (Thorn):
-, Joel, 190
-, John, 93
-, John (another), 93
-, Mary, 115
-, Maj.-Gen. Nat., 81

Thornton, Hen., 77

Thristle, fam., 196

Throckmorton:
-, Anna Maria, see Paston
-, Geo. (d. 1767), 172
-, Geo. (d. 1826), see Courtenay
-, Sir Rob. Geo., 172
-, fam., 157 and n

Thurlbear, 77

Thurloxton, 115

Tiffin (or Vivian), Geo., 81

timber:
-, alders, 46
-, ash, 137
-, blackthorn, 137
-, holly, 117
-, sycamore, 134
-, whitethorn, 117
-, willows, 46
-, and see plantations; woodland

Timwood, in Old Cleeve and St. Decumans, 41, 143, 145, 158

Timworth:
-, Lucy, see Malet
-, Thos. of, 20–1, 70

Togford, see Stogumber

Tolland, 19, 24–5

tolsey, 146

Tomblands, see St. Decumans

Toms, John, 20

Topp:
-, Christiana, see Grey
-, Edw., 194
-, Susanna, m. Rob. Everard, 194

Torre, see Nettlecombe

Torrington, fam., 162

Torrwood (Devon), 76

Torweston, see Sampford Brett

tourism, 161

Towler:
-, E. W., 71
-, W. A., 131

Townsend, see Quantoxhead, East

Townshend, Misses K. D. and L., 131

Tratt, John, curate of Old Cleeve, 50–1

Treble, see Trebyll

Treborough, 51
-, rector, 52
-, rectory, 50

Trebyll (Treble):
-, Thos., rector of Brompton Ralph, 24
-, fam., 180

Trefusis, Mrs., 13

Trevanion, Anne, wid. of Baldwin Malet, 131

Trevelyan:
-, Sir Art., 114
-, Edw. Otto, curate of Stogumber, 188
-, Eliz., see Whalesborough
-, Geo. (d. 1653), 113–14, 190
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1672), 113
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1768), 114
-, Geo., rector of Huish Champflower and Nettlecombe, archdeacon of Taunton, 87, 119–20
-, Geo., vicar of Stogumber, 188
-, Humph., and his w. Marg., 173
-, Joan, m. Garnet Wolseley, 114
-, John (d. 1492), 113
-, Sir John (d. 1521), 113, 120
-, John (d. 1546), 113
-, John (d. 1563), 113, 119, 173
-, John (d. 1577), 113, 173
-, John (d. 1623), 45, 113–14, 116–17, 173
-, Sir John (d. 1755), 111, 113–14, 116, 153, 185
-, Sir John (d. 1828), 85, 87, 114–15, 117–18, 120, 184
-, Sir John (d. 1846), 111, 113–15, 119–20, 185
-, John (d. 1852), 85
-, John, rector of Raddington, 141
-, John Thos., rector of Huish Champflower, 87
-, Wal., rector of Nettlecombe, 85, 119
-, Sir Wal. Calverley, 83, 113–14, 120, 141
-, Sir Wal. John, 85, 114, 120, 173
-, Willoughby, 85
-, fam., 47, 85–7, 108, 113, 116–20, 159, 173, 178, 181, 185, 187

Trevelyan, in St. Veep (Cornw.), 113

Tripp:
-, Chas., rector of Sampford Brett, 175
-, Hen., 175
-, J. O. Howard, 175
-, fam., 175

Tripp, in Clatworthy, q.v.

Triscombe, see Crowcombe

Trivet, Thos., 3

Trow, Thos. and Joan, 182

Trollope:
-, Ethel Mary, see Carew
-, Rob. Cranmer, 57
-, Thos. Carew, Ld. Kesteven, 56
-, fam., 35–6, 38

Trollope-Bellew, see Bellew

Trowbridge (Wilts.), lordship, 180

Trowbridge, in Crowcombe, q.v.

Trowell, see Chipstable

Trull, 78

Tuchet:
-, Anne, see Rogers
-, Geo., Ld. Audley, 193
-, Geo., Ld. Audley, earl of Castlehaven, 92, 104, 193
-, Hen., Ld. Audley, 193
-, Jas., Ld. Audley (d. 1459), 104, 193
-, Jas., Ld. Audley (d. 1497), 104, 141, 193–4
-, Jas. (fl. 1538), 193
-, John, Ld. Audley (d. 1408), 91, 193
-, John, Ld. Audley (d. 1490), 98, 193, 197
-, John, Ld. Audley (d. 1557), 104, 193
-, John (fl. c. 1535), 193
-, Marg., m. John Luttrell, 91
-, Marg., w. of Jas., 104
-, Mervyn, Ld. Audley, earl of Castlehaven, 92, 193–4, 196
-, fam., 92, 105–6

Tucker:
-, John, 64
-, Ric., 179

Tudball, Revd. Thos., 36

tumbrel, 49

Turgis (fl. 1086), 20, 181

Turner, John, vicar of Stogumber, archdeacon of Taunton, 188

turnpikes, see roads

Turstin son of Ralph, 34

Tybard, Wm., rector of Crowcombe, 62

Tyler, John, rector of Huish Champflower, 87

U.

U.S.A., see Falmouth; Virginia

Ulfgar (fl. 1066), 115

Ulgar (fl. 1066), 184

Ulwold (fl. 1066), 182

Underhay, John, 46

Upcott, Wm., and his w. Scolace, 138

Upcott, in Bicknoller, q.v.

Upcott, in Raddington, q v

Upton, Jas., rector of Monksilver, 110

Upton, 143
-, Bittescombe, 28, 85–6, 140
-,-, mill, 140
-, ch., 83
-, tithing, 11

Uthret (fl. 1066), 139

V.

Vampage:
-, Joan, see Wollashull
-, Sir John (d. c. 1471), 34
-, John (d. 1490), 34
-, John (d. 1548), 34
-, Rob., 34

Veitch, John, 111

Vellacot, John, 183

Vellow, see Stogumber

Vere, John de, earl of Oxford, 84

Verney:
-, Geo., 77
-, John, 77, 84, 105
-, John, s. of John, 77
-, Rob., 105–6
-, fam., 3, 105

Vernon, J. E., vicar of Bicknoller, 17

Vexford, Luke of, see Lovesgift

Vexford, in Stogumber, q.v.

Vickery (Vickary):
-, Jas., 43
-, Thos., curate of Williton, 168

Victoria, Hong Kong, bp. of, see Alford, C. R.

vineyard, 157

Virginia (U.S.A.), 159

Vivian, see Tiffin

Vivonia:
-, Hugh de, 98
-, Mabel, see Malet
-, Wm., see Forz

Voullaire, see Campbell-Voullaire

Vynar, Ric., 182

W.

Wadham, Florence, m. John Wyndham (d. 1572), 152

waifs and strays, 23, 37, 61, 86

Wait:
-, Caroline, see St. Albyn
-, Wm., 180

Waldegrave:
-, Sir Chas. (d. 1632), 116, 138
-, Sir Chas. (d. 1684), 116, 138
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1561), 116, 138, 157
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1647), 116, 138
-, Sir Hen., 116, 138
-, Hen., Ld. Waldegrave, 116, 138
-, Jas., Earl Waldegrave, 116, 138
-, John, 116, 138
-, Mabel, see Hill
-, fam., 141, 143, 157

Wales, 97, 103, 116, 124, 159–60; and see Cardiff; Cowbridge; Chepstow; Goldcliff; Neath; Newport; Newton; Tenby

Waleys (Walsh):
-, Alice, m. 2 Wm. Colne, 84
-, Edith, 84
-, Eliz., 84
-, Joan (d. by 1285), see Champflower
-, Joan (d. 1350), 84
-, John, 84–5
-, Margery, w. of Nic., 84
-, Maud, m. — Brett, 84
-, Maud, w. of Nic., m. 2 Wal. Cancy, 84
-, Nic. (d. c. 1292), 84
-, Nic. (d. c. 1339), 84
-, Nichole, see Champflower
-, Ralph, 84
-, Rose, w. of John, 84
-, Wm., 84
-, and see Welsh

Walford, John, 65

Walker:
-, Edw. (d. 1565), 194
-, Edw. (fl. 1571), 198
-, Edw. (d. 1636), 194
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1677), 194
-, Edw. (d. 1682), 194
-, Eliz., w. of John, 194
-, Fred., 184
-, Jane, 200
-, John (d. bef. 1635), 194
-, John (d. 1658), 194
-, John (d. 1718), 194
-, Wm., rector of Monksilver, 110
-, fam., 193, 194 n, 199

Wallington (Northumb.), 141

Wallop:
-, Bluet, 27
-, Dorothy, see Bluet
-, Hen., 27
-, John, Baron Wallop, Vct. Lymington, earl of Portsmouth, 27
-, fam., 29

Walsh, see Waleys; Welsh

Walton:
-, Alan, 153
-, Isabel, 153
-, (or Barton), John (fl. 1375), 153
-, John (fl. c. 1550), 153
-, (or Barton), Nic. of, 152–3
-, Rob., 153
-, Stephen of, 153
-, fam., 153

Walton (par.), 1

Wamberg, John de, rector of Chipstable, 30

Wansborough (Wansbrough):
-, A. E., rector of Brompton Ralph, 24
-, Ethel, 24
-, John, 162, 169
-, fam., 162

Ware:
-, John, 181
-, John Doble, 180
-, Jos., 180

Warmoor, see St. Decumans

warrens, 23, 56, 97, 113, 130, 134, 149, 164, 191

Warrington:
-, Eliza, 19
-, Geo. Hen., see Carew
-, Mary, see Carew

Warver (Gomer, Warner) (?fl. bef. 1066), 177

Warverdinestoch, see Stogumber

Warwickshire, see Clopton; Coughton; Stratford-on-Avon

Washbattle, see Huish Champflower

Washford, Christine of, m. John of Heghton, 21

Washford, in Old Cleeve, 39, 41–3, 46–9, 52, 143, 145, 150, 159
-, ch., 51
-, cts., 46, 49
-, man., 44–5, 49
-,-, ho., 45, 49
-, mkt., 47
-, mill, 41–2, 46–8
-, nonconf., 52–3
-, pound, 49
-, rly., 48
-, sch., 49, 53, 120

Watchet, in St. Decumans, 10–11, 42–3, 47, 73, 97, 111, 121, 143, 144, 145–6, 149, 151, 153, 155–9, 165–6, 170, 184
-, boro., 7, 11–12, 143, 150–1, 157–8, 160, 163, 165
-, burgages, 146
-, burh, 145–6, 165
-, Bynneport (Byngeport), 146
-, chant., 167
-, chap., 146, 158, 160–1, 167
-, ch. ho., 165
-, cts., 163–5
-, ct. ho., 147
-, cross, 146
-, customs, 159
-, dom. archit., 147
-, fair, 161–2
-, fields, 146–7, 163
-, friendly soc., 150
-, harbour, frontis., 146–7, 147, 149– 51, 157, 159–61, 165, 168
-, ind., 161
-, inn, 147, 149, 163, 168
-, man., 151, 155, 158
-, mkt., 143, 146–7, 161
-,-, ho., 161, 165, 168
-, mills, 160–2
-, mint, 146
-, mission ch., 168
-, nonconf., 169
-, pillory, 146, 163
-, pop., 150
-, port, 159
-, rly., 147, 150, 161, 164
-, sch., 136, 169–70
-, shambles, 146
-, streets, 146–7
-, tithes, 156
-, tolsey, 146
-, trade, 159–60
-, urban dist., 143, 165
-, workhouse, 165

water meadows, 47, 74, 77, 158, 164, 185
-, waterleets, 116, 122

Waterford and Lismore, bp. of, see Atherton, John

Waterrow, see Chipstable

Wayfield, see Bicknoller

Wayshill, see Sampford Brett: Cagley

Wayville:
-, Agnes, w. of Ric., 14
-, Godehuda, w. of Ric., see Windsor
-, Godehuda, m. Simon Brett, 14 n
-, Hen. de, 14 and n, 18
-, Jas. de, 14
-, John (fl. 1376), 14
-, John (?another, fl. 1403), 14
-, Ric. de (fl. 1227), 14
-, Ric. (d. 1417), 14
-, Thos. de, 14
-, fam., 18

Weacombe, see Quantoxhead, West

Weacombe, Lower, in Sampford Brett and Stogumber, 13, 171, 177–8, 185, 190

Webb:
-, Revd. Elias, 131
-, John Blurton, rector of Old Cleeve, 50

Webber:
-, Revd. Alex., 28
-, Alex., 36
-, Edw., rector of Raddington, 141
-, Lettice, 177
-, Martin, 174
-, Mary, see Haviland
-, Wm., 75
-, Wm., rector of Sampford Brett, 175, 177

Wechesford, Ric., and his w. Maud, 14

Wedgwood, Thos., 193

Wedmore, curate of, see Castleman

Weech, John, 76

Welle:
-, Eve., see Pavely
-, Rog. atte, 131
-, Wm., 131 and n

Wellington, 30, 49, 141
-, poor-law union, 29, 140
-, rural dist., 29, 140
-, sch., 141
-, workhouse, 143

Wells, 77, 119, 136, 165, 187–8
-, cathedral, 50, 156, 165, 197–8
-,-, Audit Room, 16 canon, 72 chant., 14 chapter, 14 and n, 15–18, 180, 188 communar, 15 dean, 188, 192, 197 prebendary, 62
-, fair, 125

Welsh:
-, Jas., 28
-, John, 34
-, and see Waleys

Wembdon, 68, 101

Wembury (Devon), 84

Were, fam., 140

Wescombe:
-, Edw., 81
-, John, 75
-, Thos., 75, 77
-, fam., 77

Wesleyans, see Methodists

Westcote, John Cope, rector of Raddington, 141

Westcott, see Brompton Ralph

Weston-super-Mare, 136

Weston Turville, see Bedgrave

Westonzoyland, 1

Whalesborough:
-, Edm., 113
-, Eliz., m. John Trevelyan, 113
-, Joan, see Ralegh
-, Thos., 113, 119

Wharnecliffe, see Crowcombe

Wheathill, 1

Wheddon:
-, John, 101
-, fam., 161–2

White:
-, Jack, 179
-, P. E., 45
-, Thos., curate of Bicknoller, 17
-, Wm., 180

Whitechapel (Mdx., now Lond.), 75

Whitley, hund., 1, 4, 61

Whitlock:
-, Elston, vicar of Old Cleeve, 50
-, John, 50
-, Mary, 54

Whittington, West, see Kilton

Wibble, see St. Decumans

Willett, see Elworthy

William I, 20

William, count of Mortain, 56

William son of Durand, 20

William (fl. 1086), 132, 172–3

William, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

William, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Williams, Rob., 199

Willington:
-, Isabel, m. Wm. Beaumont, 20, 70
-, John, 20, 70
-, Marg., m. Sir John Wroth, 20, 70
-, Margery, see Merriott
-, Ralph, 20
-, Thos., 20, 70

Willis:
-, Sam., 87
-, Sam., rector of Elworthy, 72
-, Thos., cl., 87
-, Wm., rector of Huish Champflower 1743–57, 87
-, Wm., rector of Huish Champflower from 1761, 87

Williton, in St. Decumans, 10, 23, 125, 143, 145–6, 148, 150, 156–8, 160–1, 165, 170–1, 190
-, adv., 168
-, Catwell, q.v.
-, chap., 145, 149, 152, 164–5, 168–9, 171
-, chapelry, 150
-, chaplain, 168
-, ch. ho., 165, 168
-, cts., 158, 164–5
-, ct. ho., 165
-, cross, 149
-, curates, 168, 170; and see Blinman
-, dom. archit., 149
-, fair, 161–2
-, fields, 149
-, friendly soc., 150
-, glebe, 168
-, green, 149, 152
-, Half Acre, 149
-, hund., 1, 4, 7, 10–12, 61, 146
-,-, bailiff, 10, 12 constable, 12 ct., 12, 61 pound, 12 rents, 12 sheriff's tourn, 12 steward, 12 and see Williton and Freemanors hund.
-, ind., 161
-, inns, 149 and n, 164–5
-, man., 7, 10, 21, 23, 45, 108, 149, 151–2, 154, 157, 162
-,-, ho., 145, 149, 152, 158
-, mkt., 162
-, mills, 162–3, 165
-, nonconf., 169, 177
-, park, 149
-, poor rel., 165
-, poorhouse, 165
-, poor-law union, 4, 17, 24, 37, 49, 61, 68, 71, 95, 101, 106, 109, 118, 126, 134, 165, 174, 188
-, pop., 150
-, pound, 12
-, priest's ho., 149
-, prison, 12
-, public service, 165
-, rly., 149–50, 161
-, rural dist., 4, 17, 24, 37, 49, 61, 68, 71, 95, 101, 106, 109, 118, 126, 134, 165, 174, 188
-, sch., 64, 73, 110, 120, 129, 150, 162, 169–70 n, 190
-, streets, 149
-, tithes, 151, 156
-, tithing, 12, 23, 187
-, Tower Hill, 171–2
-, vicar, 168
-, vicarage ho., 168
-, warren, 164
-, workhouse, 149, 157, 161, 163, 165, 170

Williton and Freemanors, hund., 7–12, 8–9, 73, 90
-, cts., 12
-, and see Freemanors

Wilmott, Wm., rector of Monksilver, 109–10

Wilton, 156, 183

Wiltshire; see Bradford-on-Avon; Dinton; Melksham; Salisbury; Trowbridge

Wincanton, 58

Winchester, earl of, see Despenser

Winchester:
-, bp., 56
-, canon, see Layfield, Chas.
-, ch., 56

Windsor (Winsor):
-, Agnes (fl. 1236), w. of Wm. de, 13–14
-, Agnes (d. 1637), 6
-, Godehuda, m. 1 Wm. Rolland, 2 Hen. de Wayville, 14 and n
-, Ric. de, 14, 182
-, Wm. de, 14
-, Wm., s. of Wm. de, 14
-, fam., 14

Windsor (Berks.), St. Geo.'s chap., 197
-, canons, 108–9, 198
-, dean and canons, 72, 198

Winegod, priest, 194, 197

Winfrith Newburgh (Dors.), 83

Winscombe, see Barton

Winsford, 10, 85, 168
-, hund., 7, 10
-, man., 10

Winsor, see Windsor

Winter:
-, Ric., 77
-, fam., 47

Wipple, Jas., 139

Withers, Thos., rector of Holford, 5

Withiel Florey, 85

Withy, East, see Chipstable

Withycombe, Jas., 110

Withycombe (par.), 20, 41, 45, 51
-, man., 155

Withycombe, in Chipstable, q.v.

Withypool, 141
-, tithing, 11

Wiveliscombe, 19, 26–7, 30, 33, 37, 39, 69, 74, 77, 83, 86–7, 116
-, Agric. Soc., 22
-, inn, 78
-, Jews, 84
-, Langley Marsh, 83
-, nonconf., 25
-, Oakhampton, 27
-, sch., 39, 88
-, turnpike, 19–20, 69, 74, 108, 111, 137

Wollashull:
-, Joan, m. Sir John Vampage, 34
-, Wm., 34

Wollen, Wm., vicar of Kilton, 95

Wolseley:
-, Garnet, 114, 118
-, Joan, see Trevelyan
-, John, 114

Wood:
-, Dorothy, see Malet
-, Hugh, rector of Clatworthy, 38
-, John (fl. 1570), 37
-, John (fl. 1727), 162
-, John (fl. 1803), 169
-, John, and Sons, 48
-, W. B., vicar of Bicknoller, 18
-, Wm., 162
-, fam., 115, 140

Woodadvent:
-, Hugh of, 45, 115
-, Rob., s. of Hugh, 45, 115

Woodadvent, in Nettlecombe, q.v.

Woodford, see Nettlecombe

Woodhouse, John, rector of Huish Champflower, 87–8

woodland, 15, 19, 28–9, 35–6, 42, 45–6, 54, 56, 58, 65, 69, 71, 76–7, 81, 85–6, 89, 93, 100, 105, 111, 116, 158–9, 167, 178, 184, 186
-, and see coppicing; plantations; timber

wool, 5, 24, 38, 62, 79, 85, 95, 100, 126–7, 139, 159, 186, 188

Woolavington, 1, 184

Woollas Hall, see Eckington

Woollcott, Ric., 49

Woolston, see Bicknoller

Wooth:
-, Emme, see Biccombe
-, Thos., 57

Worcester, bp. of, 62

Worcestershire, see Eckington

Wordsworth:
-, Dorothy, 193
-, Wm., 96, 193

workhouse, see Cleeve, Old; Stogumber; Watchet; Wellington; Williton

Worms (Germany), 24

Wotton, Geo., vicar of Bridgwater, 169

wrecks, 106 and n, 125

Wright, Thos., 28

writers, poets, see Besant; Coleridge, S. T.; Lamb; Southey, Rob.; Wordsworth, Dorothy and Wm.

Wroth:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Palton, 20, 70
-, Sir John, 70
-, John, s. of Sir John, 20, 70
-, Joyce, w. of John, 20, 70
-, Marg., w. of Sir John, see Willington

Wrotham, Wm. of, 166

Wroughton:
-, Sir Chris., 45
-, John, 45
-, Marg., w. of Wm., m. 2 John Blaket, 45
-, Wm. (d. 1408), 44
-, Wm. (fl. 1542), 45

Wyatt, Jos., 29

Wymellhead, see Kilton

Wymondham (Norf.), 59 n

Wyndham:
-, Chas., 45
-, Chas., earl of Egremont, 22, 154
-, Edm. (d. 1616), 155
-, Edm. (d. 1627), 170
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1683), 151, 155
-, Edm. (d. 1698), 155
-, Sir Edw., 154
-, Eleanor, m. 1 Art. Hadley, 2 Thos. Carne, 151, 170
-, Eliz., see Sydenham
-, Florence, see Wadham
-, Francis, 151
-, Geo., earl of Egremont, 153–5, 159, 173
-, Geo. Colville, 45, 115, 152, 154
-, Geo. Francis, earl of Egremont, 22, 113, 154, 174
-, Humph., 152
-, Jane, see Roberts
-, John (d. 1572), 152–3, 155
-, Sir John (d. 1574), 45, 126, 152–3, 155, 157, 167, 170, 182, 184
-, Sir John (d. 1645), 14 n, 151, 153–4, 156–7, 162–3, 167, 184
-, John (d. 1649), 22, 154
-, Thos. (d. 1636), 155
-, Thos. (d. 1713), 155
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1683), 151, 154, 156–7
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1740), 115, 151, 154, 159, 164, 183
-, Wm. (d. 1914), 154
-, Wm. (d. 1950), 154, 166, 171, 173
-, Wm. Wadham, 115
-, fam., 22, 45–6, 85, 145, 150, 152–3, 156–8, 162, 166–7, 173, 184, 187

Wynnegod:
-, Joan, see Lambrook
-, Nic., 33

Y.

Yard (Yerd), John atte, 16

Yard, in Bicknoller, q.v.

Yard, in Nettlecombe, q.v.

Yea:
-, David, 21, 27, 72
-, Jane, w. of Wm. Wal., 21
-, Joan, see Brewer
-, Sir Wm., 15, 21, 28
-, Wm. Wal., 21
-, fam., 25, 26 n

Yeandle:
-, John, 140
-, Ric., 139
-, Wm., 143
-, fam., 140

Yeatman, Hen. Farr, rector of Kilve, 102

Yeaw, see Stogumber

Yerd, see Yard

York, duke of, see Plantagenet, Edw.; Stuart, Jas.

Yorkshire (E. R.), see Howden

Yorkshire (W. R.), see Hooton Pagnell

Young:
-, Dr. B. Michell, 62
-, Mrs. E. M., 62
-, H. C., rector of Crowcombe, 62
-, Miss L., 62

Z.

Zinch, see Stogumber