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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.

NOTE: Page numbers in bold-face type are those of the principal reference. A page number in italic denotes an illustration or a map on that page. A page number followed by n is a reference only to a footnote on that page.

The following abbreviations have been used in the index:

Abr., Abraham; archbp, archbishop; archd., archdeacon; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; Alb., Albert; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Assocn, Association; Bart., Bartholomew; Ben, Benjamin; Bd, Board; bp, bishop; Cath., Catherine, Catholic; cent., century; Chas, Charles; Chris., Christine; Chr, Christopher; d., died; da., daughter; Dan., Daniel; dist, district; Doug., Douglas; econ., economic; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; elec., electric; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fr., Francis; Fred., Frederick; Gabr., Gabriel; Gen., General; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; govt, government; grd, ground; Hen., Henry; Hgr, Higher; hist., history; ho., house; hos, houses; Hum., Humphrey; ind., industry; Jas, James; Jn, John; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katherine; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Lwr, Lower; m., married; Matt., Matthew; Maur., Maurice; med., medieval; mnfrs, manufacturers; Mic., Michael; Nath., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; Pet., Peter; Ph., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; Ric., Richard; rwy, railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sett., settlement; soc., society; Som., Somerset; St, Saint, Street; sta., station; Stan., Stanley; Sus., Susannah; Thos, Thomas; Tim., Timothy; w., wife; Walt., Walter; wid., widow; Wm, William.

INDEX

A.

Acland, Jn, 146

Acland-Hood:
-, Jn, m. Phyllis Hallett, 89
-, Sir Alex., Lord St Audries (d. 1917), 89
-, Sir Alex., Lord St Audries (d. 1971), 89
-, Sir Alex. (d. 1851), 89
-, Fam., 96
-, and see Hood

Adams:
-, Hugh, architect, 37, 210
-, Walt., m. Isobel, 62, 64, 90

Aethelnoth, abbot of Glastonbury, 62, 76

agriculture:
-, agricultural workers, 50, 52, 65–7, 93, 95, 111–12, 116, 130, 159, 179–82, 203, 205, 216
-, assarts, 66, 93, 129, 147, 149, 202, 216
-, chase, drift or prey of moor, see jurisdiction
-, common pasture, 92–4, 112, 160, 180–1, 203–4
-, dairying, 50–3, 63, 66–7, 79–80, 92, 94–5, 113, 129–31, 148, 161, 179, 181–2, 205, 216
-, improvement, 53, 93–4, 130, 149, 182, 202, 216
-, burning, 112
-, cattle cake, 95
-, draining, 54, 94, 113–14, 128, 161, 203
-, fertiliser, 95
-, manuring, 95, 113, 130
-, marl, 94, 142, 206
-, inclosed grassland, 51, 147–8, 160–1, 180
-, inclosure, 53–4, 59, 67–8, 93–4, 96–7, 112, 114, 130, 133, 147–9, 161, 165–6, 180, 182, 191, 204–5, 215–16
-, intercommoning, 67, 79, 93, 129–30, 216
-, meadow, 6, 50, 52–3, 92–4, 111–12, 128–9, 148–9, 159–61, 178–80, 202–3, 216
-, mechanised, 52, 95, 113
-, steam ploughing, 95, 95
-, threshing machine, 94
-, traction engine, 95
-, moors, 1, 1, 5, 6, 53–4, 61, 64, 66–7, 82, 84, 96, 111, 114, 129–30, 147, 149, 179, 181, 198, 216
-, open fields, 6, 50–2, 65–7, 79, 92–4, 104, 111–12, 129, 144, 147–9, 160–1, 166, 179–81, 202, 204, 214, 216
-, sheepfold, 51
-, sheepsleight, 181
-, and see buildings; crops; demesne farming and leasing; employment; fisheries; flooding; fowling; gardens; labour services; livestock; hopyard; horticulture; orchards; parks; produce; trade; turbaries; vineyard; woodland; see also under names of parishes

Ailesbury:
-, countess of, see Seymour
-, earl of, see Bruce

Ailmar, 76

Ainsworth, Thos, m. Sus. Whitmore, 174

Albin, Hen., 24

Aldbourne (Wilts.), 82

Alewey:
-, Matt., 89
-, Ric., 89

Aleyn, Thos., m. Eliz. 45, 51

Alford, 63

Algar, 106

Aliburn, Hen. of, rector of Butleigh, 99

Allen:
-, Wm (d. 1900), 78, 80
-, Wm (d. 1950), 78
-, Wm (fl. 1950), 78

Almar, 108

Almer, 214

Almery, steward of Bradley, 78

Alstan, 85, 89, 92

Alves, Harold, architect, 19

Alward, 89

America:
-, emigration to, 62, 70, 200
-, shoe trade, 185
-, travellers from, 116
-, and see New York

Amesbury, Mic., abbot of Glastonbury, 54, 63, 183

Anabaptists, 164; and see Baptists

Andersey, see Nyland

Andrew, Thos, 215

Appleton:
-, Jn, m. Joan Wason, 91
-, Rob., 88, 91

archaeology:
-, early medieval, 10
-, lake village, 123
-, med., 23, 155
-, prehist., 10, 59, 103, 123, 155, 166, 200
-, Roman, 10, 103, 123, 155, 166, 200, 214n
-,-, roads, 7, 84, 155, 165–6, 200

archdeaconry, see Bath; Glastonbury; Taunton; Wells

architects, 32, 171, 188; and see Adams; Alves; Beard; Beech; Bertram; Blore; Bond; Buckle; Buckler; Caröe; Carver; Chambers; Clothier; Cotterell; Ferrey; Hawkins; Lamb; Manners; Merrick; Penrose; Pollard; Pugin; Reynolds; Scott; Seccombe; Sedding; Skipper; Smythe; Tilley; Turner; Webb; Willcox; Willman

architectural decoration:
-, carving and sculpture, 11–13, 13, 42, 47, 73, 82, 101, 138, 152, 210–11
-, ironwork, 73, 138, 138
-, stained glass, 6, 27, 39, 41, 48, 73, 100–01, 119, 138–40, 152, 164, 177, 193, 220
-, tiles, 193, 211
-, wall painting, 125–6, 164, 193, 220
-, and see buildings

Arthur, king, 10–11, 126

Arundel, Edm., m. Sus. Whittington, 173, 176

Ashburton, Lord, see Baring

Ashcott, 122, 124, 179, 195, 198, 200, 202–3, 209
-, Pedwell, 202

assarts, see agriculture

Atwell:
-, Ric. and w., 37, 39
-, fam., 37

Augustine, St, 23

Aumale, Eliz. d', 106

Austen, Rob, bellfounder, 119, 164, 211

Austin:
-, Jas, m. Rebecca, 27, 46, 62
-, Stan., 35
-, Wm, 61
-, fam., 62

Australia:
-, emigration to, 62, 181–2, 189, 200
-, shoe exports to, 185
-, Tasmania, emigration to, 62

Avalon Independent, 22

Avalon Industries Ltd, 187

Avalon, Lord Hood of, see Hood

Avalon, see Glastonbury

Axe river, 121

B.

Babcary, church, 162

Backwear in Glastonbury and Meare, 6, 121, 130

Bacon, Sir Fr., 44

Baily:
-, Alb., 69
-, Alex., 31
-, fam., 55

Baldred, 2

Baltonsborough:
-, Edm. of, 63

Baltonsborough, 1–3, 5, 59–75, 60, 78–9, 81, 84, 91n, 92, 98–9, 129, 146, 149, 166, 178–80, 195, 203, 216
-, agric., 65–8
-,-, commons, 67–8 fields, 60 inclosure, 64–8
-, Barrow Hill, 59
-,-, bridges, 59 Tootle bridge, 59 Wallyer's bridge, 59
-, buildings, 60–1, 63, 64–5, 72–5
-,-, Gatehouse, 61, 64–5, 64, 68 pound, 70
-, Catsham, 59
-, charities, 71
-, church, 71–3
-,-, building, 73 church ho., 72 glebe, 71–2 rectory, 64 tithes, 67, 71 vicar, 72 vicarage, 69, 71
-, convent, 72
-, Dunstan's Ditch [Dyke], 59
-, econ. hist., 65–70
-, trades, 69
-, fee farm, 62
-, Ham Street, 59–61, 68, 70–2, 74–5
-, Hell Ditch, 59
-, local govt., 70
-, Lubborn, 59–60
-, manor and estates, 62–5
-,-, manor ho., 63
-, mills, 64, 68, 93
-, moors, 64, 66–7
-, nonconf., 73–4, 74
-,-, chapels, 73–4
-, Northwood, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 79, 148
-, park, 66
-, poorhouses, 70, 72
-, pop., 61
-, pub. hos, 69–70
-, schools, 73–5
-, Southwood, 59–61, 64, 67–8, 72, 74
-, streets:
-,-, Martin St, 60, 70, 72, 74 Mill St, 60, 69, 74
-, Tilham Street, 59–60
-, tithing, 70
-, walls, 59
-, West Town, 59–61, 63
-, Whitebarrow, 59n
-, Windmill Hill, 59, 68
-, woodland, 60, 64, 66
-, Wormshill [Wermeshull], 63, 66

Bancroft, Sarah, m. Rog. Clark, 171, 198

Banks, Jn, m. Hannah, 194

Baptists, 42, 50, 104, 111, 123, 141, 145, 190, 194–6, 208, 220; and see Particular Baptists

Baring, Alex., Lord Ashburton, 47

Barker, Hen., 145

Barlow, Wm, bp of Bath and Wells, 48

Barnard fam., 174

Barnstaple (Devon), 166

Barrington, 173

Barrow, see Wootton, North

Barrow Hill in Baltonsborough, see Baltonsborough

Barrow Hill in Meare, see Meare

Bartlett:
-, Jn, 146
-, Ric., 146
-, Rob., 217

Barton:
-, Jn of, 175
-, Rob. of, 175
-, Wm of, 77

Barton St David, 69, 84, 98, 166, 175

Barun, Nic., m. Alice, 77

Basile, 201

Bastin, Mr, 63

Batcombe tithing, 44

Bath, 27, 139, 190, 192, 194
-, abbey, 192
-, archd., 78
-, marquess of, 206; and see Thynne

Bath and Wells, bp of, 4, 36, 40, 44, 57, 71, 79, 81, 99, 124, 129, 131, 136–7, 162, 219; and see Barlow; Bitton; Giffard; Giso; Godfrey; Jocelin; Ken; Peirs

Batt, Jasper, 193

Batten, Edm., 44

Baulch, Geo., 31

Bayley, Zachary, 47

Bayliss and Sons, sheepskin mnfrs, 185

Baylly, Kath., 175

Beard, Mr, architect, 35

Beaton, Wm, 164

Beauchamp:
-, Cecily, 106
-, Elinor, 106
-, Jn (d. 1283), m. Cecily Forz, 88, 106
-, Jn (d. 1336), 106
-, Sir Jn (d. 1343), m. Margaret, 106
-, Jn (d. 1361), 106, 206
-, Thos, m. Eleanor, 92
-, fam., 91, 108, 116

Beaumont, Jn, 41

Beautens, Odo, 201

Beckery (in Glastonbury), 2, 10, 43–4
-, chapel, 57
-, manor, 44, 47
-, mills, 30, 33, 54

Beech, G. C., architect, 210

Beech, Tyldesley and Partners, architects, 14

bellfounders, see Austen; Bilbie; Cockey; Knight; Llewellin and James; Mears; Purdue; Pyke; Wells; Wiseman

bells:
-, chiming, 119, 193
-, church, 39, 41, 73, 84, 101, 119, 138, 152, 164, 193, 211, 220
-, cow, 68
-, ringers, 100
-, sanctus, 39

Benedict, St, 40

Benedictine nuns, 72

Benignus, St, 16, 39, 123, 136, 138

Bennett, Fr., 109

Beonna, St, 39

Bere, Ric., abbot of Glastonbury, 14, 26, 40–1, 47–8, 50, 55, 125–6, 138, 152

Berg:
-, Jn de, 128
-, Simon de, 128
-, Thos, m. Eve, 128

Berkeley:
-, Sir Chas, 47
-, Sir Hen., 47
-, Sir Maur. (fl. 1563), 47
-, Sir Maur. (d. 1617), 47

Berkshire, earl of, see Howard

Berkshire, see Binfield; Clewer; Windsor

Bernard, Rob. son of, 108

Berry:
-, Pet. (d. 1727), 45
-, Pet. (fl. 1749), 3, 45

Bertie, Lord Montagu, m. Eliz. Peirs, 78

Bertram, Wm, architect, 177

Best, Jn, rector of Street, 192

Bevington, Ric., 44

Bible Christians, 82, 153, 220; and see Methodists; Wesleyans

Bicknoller, vicar, 137

Bignell, Jn, 39

Bilbie:
-, Jas, bellfounder, 119
-, Thos, bellfounder, 39, 119, 138
-, Wm, bellfounder, 9, 193

Billingsley, Hen., 86

Binfield (Berks.), 86

Binford, Wm, and w., 146

birds and wildfowl, 53, 70, 114, 128, 133, 206 and see fowling; livestock; wildlife

Bishops Lydeard, Sandhill Park, 198

Bitton:
-, Jn of, 158
-, Thos of, archd. of Wells, 158
-, Wm of, bp of Bath and Wells, 158

Blackford, 85

Bladen:
-, Barbara, m. Hen St John, 46
-, Harriet, m. Wm Capel, earl of Essex, 46
-, Thos, m. Barbara, 46

Blagrove, see Street

Blair, Fr., 109

Blake, Wm, 158

Bleadney, see Wookey

Blinman:
-, Fr., 146
-, Jn, m. Anne, 146–7,
-, Joan, 146

Blois, Hen. of, abbot of Glastonbury, 11–12, 36, 157–8, 183

Blore, Edw., architect, 87, 101

Boddington, Mrs, 215

Boket, Wm, rector of Street, 192

Bond, F. Bligh, architect, 23, 73

bondmen, 93; and see neifs; manumission; serfs

Bonville:
-, Jn de, m. Isabel, 64
-, Sir Wm, 88

Bosham (Sussex), 192

Boughton, Rutland, composer, 22, 171

Bourne, Wm, canon of Wells, 91

Bournemouth (Dors.), 9

Bowen, Jn, 139

Bower:
-, Ann, m. Wm Swadlin, 127
-, Edm., 127
-, Jane, m. Jos. Horler, 127

Bowles, Sir Geo., 98

Bowling Green, see Street

Bowly, Devereux, 44

Boyle, Chas, Baron Clifford, 125

Bradley, Thos of, m. Denise, 77, 202

Bradley, West, 1–3, 5, 36, 59, 64, 67–8, 71, 75–82, 76, 99, 142, 149–9, 151
-, agric., 79–80
-,-, commons, 79 fields, 75–6, 79 inclosure, 75
-, buildings, 75–6, 78, 81
-,-, Bradley House, 75, 78–80, 78 Court Barn, 76, 79, 171 pound, 80
-, church, 79, 81
-,-, building, 81 church ho., 81 glebe, 81 rectory, 79 tithes, 48, 79, 81
-, East Bradley, 75, 80
-, econ. hist., 79–80
-,-, trades, 80
-, Kenter's Green, 75–6
-, local govt., 80
-, manor and estates, 76–8
-,-, manor ho., 78
-, mills, 80
-, moors, 79
-, nonconf., 82
-, Parbrook, 75–6
-, Plot Street, 75–6
-, poorhouse, 80
-, pop., 75
-, pub. ho., 80
-, schools, 82
-, tithing, 80

Brent, 7, 129

Brent, East, 4, 99

Brentmarsh, 91

Breynton, Jn de, abbot of Glastonbury, 54

Bridges, Edw., 148

Bridget, St, 57

Bridgwater, 28, 32, 39, 111, 116, 166, 185, 200, 206
-, earl of, see Daubeney

Bridport, Viscount, see Hood

Brindham, 18

Bristol and Exeter railway, 9

Bristol Channel, 16

Bristol, 7, 28, 32, 41, 45, 103, 127, 166, 173
-, bell foundry, 39
-, evacuees, 220

Broderip, Edm., 157, 159

Brooke:
-, Jn, 45
-, Ric., 161
-, Thos, 14, 51

Brougham:
-, Hen., Baron Brougham, 125
-, Victor, Baron Brougham, 125
-, Wm, Baron Brougham, m. Emily Taylor, 125

Broun, Alex., 109

Brown:
-, Chas, 45, 127, 173
-, Edw., m. Mary, 125, 127, 173
-, Jn, 45, 173
-, Jos. (d. 1789), 45, 173
-, Jos. (d. 1790), 136
-, Jos. (fl. 1830), 173
-, Mary (d. 1823), 125, 173
-, Wm, 173
-, fam., 174

Browne, Jn, m. Joan, 146

Browning, Jn, m. Anne, 88

Bruce:
-, Chas, Lord Bruce, 214
-, Jas, 214
-, Rob., 214
-, Rob., s. of Thos, 125
-, Thos, earl of Ailesbury, m. Eliz. Seymour, 214

Brue river, 1, 6–7, 9, 59, 68, 82, 84, 93, 95, 120–1, 152, 165

Bruton, 142
-, audit, 56
-, grammar school, 47
-, priory, later abbey, 21, 37

Brydges:
-, Ant., 77
-, Edm., 77
-, Hen., 77
-, Jn, 77
-, Kath., 77
-, Sir Ric., m. Anne, 77
-, Wm, 77

Brytte, Alice, m. Hugh Larder, 175

Buckfastleigh, Devon, 88

Buckle, Edm., architect, 119, 159

Buckler:
-, J. C., architect, 87, 152
-, Jn, 14

Buckton, Alice, 22–3

Budeca, 82

Budoc, St, 100n

buildings:
-, almshouse, 27, 26, 190
-, bakehouse, 206
-, church buildings, 10–16, 12–15, 38–42, 38–40, 58, 73–4, 74, 81–2, 100–02, 100, 118–20, 119, 138–41, 138, 140, 151–2, 152–3, 157, 163–4, 163, 192–5, 193, 210–12, 211, 219–20, 219
-, commercial, 18, 19–21, 19, 21, 29–30, 32, 32, 70, 115–16, 134, 169, 170, 188, 190, 217
-, domestic buildings, 16–19, 18, 47–8, 61, 63, 64, 65, 71–2, 76, 78, 78, 84–7, 87, 89–90, 90, 99, 104–5, 107–11, 107, 114, 116–18, 123–5, 126, 128, 137–8, 144–5, 155–7, 167–71, 169–70, 174–8, 177, 190, 200–1, 209–10, 209, 214–15
-, dovecot, 46, 63, 66, 78, 85, 93, 112, 117, 125–6, 129, 146, 155, 157, 159, 175, 178–9, 203, 215
-, farms and farm buildings:
-, cider house and press, 67, 216
-, farm, 46–7, 46, 66, 75, 95, 104–5, 113, 125, 128, 157, 175–9, 201, 203–4
-, grain dryer, 95
-, granary, 66, 93
-, malthouse, 42, 161, 207
-, fish house, 132–3, 132
-, housing:
-,-, local authority, 19, 60, 105, 170, 201, 214 workers', 97, 169–70, 169, 185
-, icehouse, 87, 178
-, industrial buildings:
-,-, dyehouse, 30 factories, 31, 184–7, 186, 217 limekiln, 97, 183–4 mills, 206 sawmill, 134 slaughter house, 34, 46, 161, 190 tannery, 184, 190, 217 workshops, 169, 217
-, market ho., 28–9, 30, 42, 161, 207
-, motel, 156
-, pump room, 22
-, and see architectural decoration; crosses; markets; mills; retail trades and services; see also under names of parishes

Bull:
-, Jn, 184, 186
-, Rob., rector of Meare, 137

Burci, Serlo de, 76–7

Burgum, Hen., 45

Burland:
-, Anne, m. Wm Keate, 77
-, Jn, m. Eliz. Morris, 77
-, Jn the ygr, 77

Burne, Rob de, m. Eliz., 175

Burnham, 9

Burrard, Sir Hen., Bt, 47

Bush fam., 69

Butleigh, 1, 4, 6–7, 53, 64, 67, 70–2, 81, 82–102, 83, 103, 166, 181, 200
-, agric., 92–5, 95
-,-, fields, 92
-, Back Town, 84
-, bridges, 59n, 84
-, buildings, 61, 84–5, 99–101
-,-, Butleigh Court, 65, 85, 87 Butleigh House, 86–7, 87
-, Butleigh Wootton, q.v.
-, charities, 98
-, church, 99–101, 100
-,-, building, 100 church ho., 100 glebe, 94, 99 rector, see Aliburn; Foliano; Huse; Titherley rectory, 90–1, 99 St Mary's chapel, 100 tithes, 99 vicar, 71; and see Hood; Grenville; Summa vicarage, 99
-, econ. hist., 92–7
-,-, trades, 96–7
-, friendly soc., 85
-, hospital, 98
-, local govt., 97
-, manor and estates, 47, 85–8, 91–2
-, mills, 96
-, Moorhouse, 84
-, moors, 82, 84, 96
-, nonconf., 101–2
-, park, 87, 94, 96
-, poor relief, 98
-, pop., 84,
-, pub. hos, 97
-, roads, 84
-, schools, 102
-, Sedgemoor, Nythe, 94
-, South Moor, q.v.
-, streets:
-,-, Barton Road, 84 Bigg's Lane, 87 Butleigh St, 98 Chapel Lane, 84, 102 Portway, 84 Oddway, 84 Harepits Lane, 84 High St, 85, 101 Water Lane, 84–5, 98 Wood Lane, see Oddway Wootton Hill, see Portway
-, tithing, 97
-, Wash Brook, 82
-, woods, 84

Butleigh Wootton, 82, 84–5, 93, 97–9, 110, 178, 213
-, agric., 93–4
-,-, fields, 93–4
-, Chapel Hay, 101
-, manor, 89, 91, 95, 173
-, nonconf., 102
-, park, 95
-, schools, 102, 120
-, Wootton House, 89–90, 90

Butler, Thos, 90

C.

Cabell:
-, Eliz., m. 1. Cholmley Doyly, 2. Ric. Fownes, 88
-, Ric. (d. 1613), 88
-, Ric. (fl. 1640), 88
-, Ric. (d. c. 1678), 88
-, Sam., 88
-, fam., 111

Calvert, Geo., vicar of Meare, 137

Cambell:
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1699), 44
-, Sir Jas (d. 1659), 44
-, Jas (d. 1660), 44
-, Sir Jn (d. 1662), 44
-, Sir Thos (d. 1665), 44
-, Sir Thos (d. 1668), 44

Camel, West, 125

Cammel, Jn, 84, 100

canals, see communications

Candy, Ric., 182

Cannon, Jn, 24, 141

Canterbury:
-, archbp, 23, 150; and see Laud
-, cathedral, 57, 150

Cape, South Africa, Prime Minister of, 192

Capel, Wm, earl of Essex, m. Harriet Bladen, 46

Carbonel:
-, Jn (fl c. 1285), 77
-, Jn (fl. 1328), m. Alice, 77
-, Pet. (fl. 1256), 77
-, Pet. (d. 1328), m. Isabel, 77
-, Rob., m. Joan, 77
-, Sir Thos, 77
-, Wm, m. Denise, 77

Cardiff, 9

Carent:
-, Jn, 110
-, Sir Wm, 89, 110, 178
-, Wm, 178

Carew, Sir Pet., 45

Carlisle, bp of, 192

Carne, Edw., 89, 110

Caröe, W. D., architect, 99, 119

Carver, Ric, architect and surveyor, 7

carvers, see Clark; Hulle; Hutchins; Jacman; Seymour; and see sculptors

Cary:
-, Baldwin of, 215
-, Walt., 63

Cary, river, 103, 155, 157

Castle Cary, 9, 84, 117

Catcott fam., 217

Catcott Burtle, 122

Catherine:
-, St, 37
-, of Aragon, queen, 152

Catsham, see Baltonsborough

Cattistock (Dors.), 109

Caux, Jn, 88

Cavan, earl of, see Lambert

Cavendish:
-, Wm, earl of Devonshire (d. 1626), 46
-, Wm, duke of Devonshire (d. 1707), 46
-, Wm, duke of Devonshire (d. 1755), 46
-, fam., 45

Celepyn, Wm, 110

cemetery, 35, 190

Central Som. Gazette, 22

Centwine, king of Wessex, 2–4

Chambers, R. J., architect, 14

Champion:
-, Jn, 147
-, fam., 148

Chancellor, Matt., 22

Chandler, Tobias, 77

chantries, 26, 37, 39, 100, 158

chaplain, Jn the, 137

Chapman, Ric., 176

charities, 24, 27, 71, 98, 117, 136, 154, 190, 218
-, almshouses, 24–7, 26, 56, 190, 215
-, educ., 198
-, and see education; friendly and benefit socs.; medical services; welfare
-, see also under names of parishes

Charles I, prince of Wales and later king, 44, 146

Charlton Adam, 103, 117

Charlton Mackrell:
-, Cary Fitzpaine, 155
-, Lytes Cary, 159

chase, drift or prey of moor, see jurisdiction

Cheddar, 44; and see Nyland

Chewton Mendip, 28

Cheyne:
-, Anne, 107
-, Edm., m. Alice Stafford, 107
-, Eleanor, m. Thos. Strangways, 107
-, Eliz., m. Jn Coleshill, 107
-, Sir Hugh, 106
-, Lady Maud, 107

Chidiock, Jn, 203

Chilcompton, 148

Childe, Jn, 44

Chilton Polden, 106

Chinnock, Jn, abbot of Glastonbury, 13

Chiswick (Mdx), 145

Christian Brethren, 43

Christian Scientists, 195

Christine, Arnold s. of, 91

Christopher, St, 138

church, par.; see under names of parishes

Clark:
-, Alice (d. 1934), 172, 190
-, Cyrus, 168, 170, 184–6, 189, 197
-, Evelyn, see Pechey
-, Fr., 185, 192
-, Frances, 195
-, Geo., 194
-, Hilda, 190
-, Jas, 170, 173–4, 184–6, 195
-, Jn (d. 1852), 171
-, Jos., 168
-, Ph. Lindsay, carver, 42
-, Rog. (d. 1961), m. Sarah Bancroft, 171, 197–8
-, Wm (d. 1925), 170–1, 185, 188, 192, 197
-, fam., 169, 171, 181, 194, 196, 201
-, C. and J., Ltd, 2, 69, 171, 185–7, 186

Clavelshay in North Petherton, 158

clerk, Ric. the, 201

Clement, St, 138

Clevedon, Sir Jn, 159

Clewer (Berks.), 75

Clewer, see Wedmore

Clifford, Baron, 125, 127; and see Boyle

Clifton, bp of, 41

Clifton-Brown, Mr and Mrs, 78

clock, 73, 82

Closworth, 220

cloth, 2, 30, 55, 69, 184, 217
-, felt, 30
-, fustian, 96
-, knitting, 30, 217
-, linen, 115, 217
-, say, 30
-, serge, 30
-, silk, 29–31
-, spinning, 115, 217
-, streets, 184
-, worsted, 30–1, 217
-, and see manufacture; mills; occupation

Clothier:
-, Art. (d. 1865), 184
-, Art. (d. 1942), 184
-, Jas, 181
-, Jn. Wm C., 184
-, Sam. T., architect, 170–1, 197
-, fam., 194

Clough, Jn, 184–5

Cnolton:
-, Jn of (d. by 1338), 159
-, Jn of, the ygr, 159
-, Ric., rector of Butleigh, 99
-, Walt. of, m. Joan, 159

Cockey, Wm, bellfounder, 211

Codrington:
-, Jn (fl. 1649), 62
-, Jn (fl. 1793), 62

Cok, Rog. le, 159; and see Tok

Coker, Wm of, 158

Colchester (Essex), 182

Cole in Pitcombe, 9

Colerne, Rob. de, 147

Coles:
-, Hen., 217
-, Sam., 217

Coleshill:
-, Jn, m. Eliz. Cheyne, 107
-, Mary, m. Jasper Leeke, 127
-, Susan, m. Edw. Stanhope, 127
-, Thos, 127

Collewylle, Nic., 110

Collyns, Wm, rector of Street, 192

Colman, Chas, 194

Colmer, Wm, 146

Colston:
-, Chas Edw. H. M., 146, 148
-, Edw. (d. 1867), 146, 148
-, Edw. Fr. (d. 1847), m. Marianne Jenkins, 146
-, Hungerford, 84
-, Wm, 148

Columbers:
-, Ph. de (fl. 1262), 108
-, Ph. de, m. Cecily, 108
-, Wm de, m. Julian, 108
-, fam., 109

Colyar, Wm le, 217

Combe, Matt. de, 63

Commissioners of Sewers, 28–9, 93

Commissioners of Woods and Forests, 26

common pasture, see agriculture

communications:
-, bridges, 7, 59, 84, 122, 142–3, 155, 200, 214
-, causeways, 5, 7, 165–6
-, ford, 84, 198, 200, 214
-, Fosse way, 155
-, harepath, 59
-, roads, 7, 59, 75, 84, 103, 122, 142–3, 150, 155, 166, 200, 214
-, roundabout, 155–6
-, turnpikes, 7, 84, 103, 122, 155, 166, 200, 214
-, waterways:
-,-, canal, 7, 9, 9, 30 river, 7, 49, 122, 143
-, and see transport

Compton Dundon, 1, 2, 54, 89, 97–8, 102, 103–120, 104, 180, 202
-, agric, 111, 204
-,-, fields, 104
-, barony, 106, 108
-, beacon, 2
-, buildings, 103–5, 107–8, 107, 110–11, 114, 116–19, 118–19
-,-, Hood mon., 89, 89, 114 pound, 116
-, Castlebrook, 103–4
-, charities, 117
-, church, 103, 117–19
-,-, building, 118 glebe, 109–10, 117 rectory, 109–110, 117 tithes, 110, 117 vicar, see Kynman; Rowle; Smith; Walgrave vicarage, 108, 117–18
-, Coal Pits, 115
-, Compton, 103–6, 110–13, 115–16, 118
-, courts, 105, 116, 119
-, cross, 103–4
-, Dundon, 1, 103–8, 110–13, 115–16
-, Dundon Hayes, 104–5, 112
-, econ. hist., 111–16
-,-, quarries, 115 trades, 115
-, fair, 116
-, Littleton, 103–4, 106, 108–9, 111–13, 116, 118, 175
-, local govt, 116
-,-, par. officers, 116–17
-, manors and estates, 88, 92, 96, 106–7, 110, 113–14, 118
-,-, manor hos, 103–4, 107–9, 107, 117
-, market, 116
-, mills, 114–15
-, moors, 114
-, nonconf., 104–5, 120
-, park, 103, 113–14
-, poor relief, 116–17
-, poorhouse, 117
-, pop., 105, 112
-, prebend, 109–110, 116–17
-, pub. hos, 114–16
-, schools, 118, 120
-, soc. life, 105–6
-, streets:
-,-, Coalpit Lane, 115 Compton St, 103–4, 110–11 Dundon St, 103 Goose Lane, 103 Ham Lane, 105, 112, 120 Horsemill Lane, 114
-, tithing, 116
-, Windmill Hill, 103
-, wood, 113–14

Compton, see Compton Dundon

Comyn, Rob., 201

Congregationalists, 42, 140, 194, 196; and see Independents

Conteville, Ric., 63

Coombe, Jos., m. Frances Strode, 136

Coombs:
-, Jn, 217–18
-, fam., 217

Co-operative Society, 97, 184, 188

Corbett fam., 44

Corfe Mullen (Dors.), charity, 109

Cork, Ireland, 25

Cornwall, Dr Jn, 127

Cornwall, 66, 147

Corton Denham, 159

Cotele:
-, Sir Ellis, 174
-, Hamon, 145, 147
-, Ric., m. Grace de Meysey, 174
-, Rob., 145
-, fam., 143

Cothelstone, 172

Cotterell, J. F., architect, 170, 194

Courcelles, Rog. de, 85, 87, 106, 108

Court:
-, Ann, m. Rob. Hyett, 173
-, Simon, 173

courts:
-, baron, 97, 116, 189, 208
-, borough, 34
-, Chancery, 67, 77, 176
-, county, 4, 33
-, Exchequer, 94
-, fair, 29
-, foreign court, 116
-, halimote, 55–6, 70, 97, 135, 150, 162, 189, 208, 218
-, hundred, 2, 4–5, 33, 56, 70, 80, 116, 218
-, king's, 4
-, manor, 5, 55–6, 80, 97, 105, 115–16, 119, 135, 150, 162, 189, 205, 208, 216
-, monthly, 4, 34
-, petty sessions, 34–5
-, portmoot, 33
-, quarter sessions, 34
-, sheriff's, 2
-, three-week, 116
-, tourn, 4, 162
-, view of frankpledge, 116
-, and see jurisdiction; see also under names of parishes

Coward:
-, Bridget, m. Geo. Hamilton, 45
-, Rob. (d. c. 1576), 154
-, Wm (d. 1705), 44
-, Wm (d. c. 1730), 44
-, fam., 81

cowherd, Wm the, 111

Cox, Geo., 46

Coxbridge brook, 59, 75

Coxley, 141

Cradock, Wm, 47

crafts:
-, craft centre, 22, 85, 171
-, crafts guild, 22
-, engraver, 171

Crandon Bridge in Bawdrip, 84, 166

Crane, Geo., 109

Cras:
-, Edith le, 202
-, Thos le, 202

Crockers, shoemakers, 31

Cromwell, Oliver, 42

crops:
-, dredge, 66, 129, 150, 160, 204
-, flax, 130
-, flowers, 67
-, fodder, 97, 130
-, grains, 202
-,-, barley, 52, 92, 94–5, 98, 112–13, 129, 148, 159, 161, 178–9, 181, 204–5, 216 oats, 66, 92–3, 112–13, 129, 147, 150, 159–61, 178–9, 181, 202, 204, 216 rye, 112, 179 wheat, 52, 66–7, 92–5, 112–13, 129–30, 147–8, 150, 159–61, 178–81, 202, 204–5, 216
-, grasses:
-,-, French grass, 204–5 grass, 113 hay, 49, 65–6, 92, 94, 97, 112–13, 130, 160, 178, 202
-, hops, 53
-, legumes:
-,-, beans, 52, 66–7, 92–5, 112–13, 128–30, 148, 150, 159–61, 178–80, 202, 204–5, 216 clover, 94–5, 113, 161, 181, 204, 216 peas, 52, 94, 113, 130, 148, 159, 181, 204–5 vetches, 113, 181, 204
-, rape, 113, 181
-, roots, 95
-,-, mangolds, 113 potatoes, 52, 98, 113, 130, 148, 181–2, 189, 205, 218 swedes, 113 turnips, 112–13, 148, 161, 216
-, shrubs and trees, 28
-,-, apples, 6, 79–80, 113–14, 117, 129–30, 161, 182, 205 cherry plum, 182 date palms, 68 nuts, 161, 206 sweet gale, 130 withies and osiers, 51, 92, 96, 129, 131
-, teasels, 95
-, woad, 6
-, and see agriculture; produce; woodland

Croscombe, 214, 216, 218
-, nonconf., 220

crosses:
-, boundary, 59, 121
-, churchyard, 73, 82, 158, 164
-, high, 19
-, market, 28, 29, 57
-, wayside, 16, 84, 103–4, 166

Cuffe, Rob., m. Joan, 127

cultural hist., see architectural decoration; buildings; education; music; recreation

Cumin, Rob., 77

Cupper fam., 63

Curry Malet, 87, 106, 108

Cynewulf, king, 106, 214

D.

dairying, see agriculture

Darcy, Rob, earl of Holderness, 127

Daubeney:
-, Giles, Lord Daubeney, 91, 158
-, Hen., earl of Bridgwater, 158
-, Jn, 91

David, king of Israel, 138

Davidge:
-, Kath., 48
-, Miss, m. Sir Hen. Gould, 48
-, Ric., 48

Davis:
-, Pet., 128, 139
-, Ric. Hart, 46
-, fam., 128

Dawe:
-, Edm., 77
-, Eliz., m. Claver Morris, 77

Dawes, Hen., vicar of Baltonsborough, 72

decoy, see fowling

Dee, Dr Jn, 22

demesne farming and leasing, 48–51, 65–6, 92–4, 111–12, 129, 147–8, 157, 159–60, 178–80, 202–4

Deverel, Jn, 63

Devon, 185; and see Barnstaple; Buckfastleigh

Devonshire, earl and duke of, 14, 51; and see Cavendish

Dickinson:
-, Wm, of Kingweston, 88
-, Wm, of Langport, 108

Digby:
-, Geo. Wingfield, 157
-, Jn Wingfield, 155
-, Lord, 157
-, fam., 161

Dinder, 218

Dinnes:
-, Anne, 111, 117
-, Jn, m. Mary, 111

disease:
-, animal, 50, 53, 160, 179
-, cholera, 34
-, epidemic, 184, 189
-, rabies, 190
-, smallpox, 208

Ditcheat, 76
-, rector of, 100
-, and see Lottisham

Dorchester, 103, 166

Dorset, 116; and see Bournemouth; Cattistock; Corfe Mullen; Dorchester; Lillington; Lyme; Poole; Sherborne; Weymouth

Dorset Central railway, 9

Doulting, 38, 159

Down, Jn, 46

Downhead, manor, 155

Doyly, Cholmley, 88

draining, see agriculture

dramatic arts:
-, Folk Play and Festival Assocn, 22
-, pageants, 22, 37, 85, 124
-, plays, 22, 37, 171
-,-, Corpus Christi play, 22, 37
-, theatre, 22, 170–2; and see Keasberry; Mcready

Draycott:
-, Isabel de, m. Rob. Lyte, 159
-, Pet. de, 159

Drew, Helen, 137

Drummond, Mary, 42

Ducket:
-, Ann, 173
-, Lionel, 172–3

Dudley, Jn, duke of Northumberland (d. 1553), 146

Dundon, see Compton Dundon

Dungarvan, Viscountess, see Seymour

Dunster castle, 133

Dunstan, St, 10–11, 29, 57, 59

Durham, bp of, 192

Dyer:
-, And., 89, 96, 110
-, Alex., 51, 173
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1607), poet, 48
-, Edw. (fl. 1659), 48, 51, 89
-, Fr. (d. 1615), 48
-, Sir Thos (d. 1565), 48, 173–4
-, Thos (d. 1608), 173

Dyne:
-, Joan, m. 1. Hugh le Nevue; 2. Rob. of Ramsbury, 158
-, Ric., 158

E.

Eadgils, 85

Earl Temple, see Gore-Langton,

East Bradley, see Bradley, West

East Brent, see Brent, East

East Pennard, see Pennard, East

East Street:
-, Cecily of, 146
-, Lucy of, 146
-, Rog. of (fl. 13th cent.), 146
-, Rog. of (fl. 1327), m. Lucy, 146
-, Walt. of, 146
-, Wm of, 146

East Street in West Pennard, 2–3, 55, 144, 147
-, manor, 142, 146–9
-,-, manor ho., 146–7
-, tithing, 150

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 40, 109, 215, 220

Eclipse Peat Co., 134

economic history, see agriculture; cloth; employment; fairs; inventions; manufactures; markets; mills; mining; occupation; quarrying; retail trades and services; shoemaking; see also under names of parishes

Edgar, king, 4, 10–11, 45, 57, 106, 136, 157

Edgarley, 2–3, 5–7, 35, 43, 51, 53, 55, 149
-, Edgarley Hall, 25
-, manor, 44–5,
-, St Andrew, 38
-, St Dunstan, 57
-, tithing, 34, 51–2

Edington, 106

Edmonton (Mdx), 72

Edmund I, king, 4, 10–11, 214

Edmund II Ironside, king, 10–11

Edmund, Jn, 63

Edmund, Wm son of, 63

Edred, 214

education:
-, adult, 22, 196, 197–8, 212
-, art, 25, 197
-, cheese school, 95
-, college, 197
-, cookery school, 197
-, evening, 24, 142, 163, 197, 212
-, knitting school, 30
-, nursery, 24, 198
-, schools, 23–5, 25, 41, 73–5, 82, 102, 120, 141–2, 154, 161, 164, 194–8, 212, 220
-,-, boarding, 24–5, 74–5, 142, 195 British School, 75, 196 charity, 24, 27 dame school, 24, 102, 195 secondary, 197–8 special, 198 Sunday, 24, 40, 42–3, 101–2, 118, 120, 140, 154, 164, 194–6, 212, 220
-, seminary, 25
-, subjects taught, 197, 212
-, technical, 197, 220
-, vocational, 25, 197
-, writing school, 220
-, and see buildings; libraries and reading rooms; National Society; see also under names of parishes

Edward I, king, 4, 27

Edward III, king, 27

Edward IV, king, 20

Edward the Elder, king, 106

Edwick, see Wootton, North

Eeles, Fr., 73

Egbert, king, 85

electricity, 35, 190

Ellefield:
-, Jn of, 178
-, Julian of, 178

Elliott:
-, Ant., 128
-, fam., 128

Elton:
-, Abr. (d. 1728), 31
-, Sir Abr. (d. 1761), 45, 125

emigration, 135, 200
-, to America, 62, 70, 200
-, to Australia, 62, 181–2, 189, 200
-, to New Zealand, 62

employment:
-, apprenticeship, 185
-, armaments, 174
-, children, 29, 52, 67, 113, 181, 185, 187, 197, 205, 207
-, foreign workers, 30, 42
-, labour exchange, 196
-, migrant labour, 185
-, quarrying, 97, 115, 183–4, 207
-, shoe trade, 115, 185–6, 207
-, women, 67, 69, 112–13, 130, 133–4, 161, 185, 205
-, and see agriculture; occupation; manufacture; retail trades and services; shoemaking

English fam., 157

Erasmus, St, 37

Erith:
-, Fr. North, 108
-, Wm Edw. North, 108

Essex, earl of, see Capel

Essex, see Colchester, Stratford le Bow

Ethelbald, king, 76, 214

Ethelnoth, 214

Evans:
-, Alf., 109
-, Brooke, 109
-, Doug., 109
-, Eliz., 127
-, G. M., 206
-, Wm (d. by 1715), m. Mary, 127
-, Wm (d. 1738), m. Sarah, 127

Evercreech, 9

Everdell, Jas., 200

Ewens:
-, Jn, 172
-, Wm (d. 1589), 88
-, Wm (d. 1625), 88

F.

fairs, 29, 31, 51, 79, 116, 145, 149, 188

Farewell:
-, Geo. (d. 1609), 110
-, Sir Geo. (d. c. 1647), 110

Farnham, Allan of, 178

Farway, Joan, m. Walt. Stowell, 109

Fermour, Thos, 91

Ferrey, Ben., architect, 19, 28, 193

Fetiplace, Ric., m. Frideswide Kentwood, 77

Feversham, earl of, 28

Fichet:
-, Hugh, 108
-, Sir Hugh, 108
-, Rob., 108

Fielding, Hen., 48

Finch, Chas, earl of Winchilsea, 125

fire brigade, 34–5, 190
-, fire engine, 35, 57, 190
-, fire sta., 189–90

fires, 11–13, 14, 71, 87, 164, 180–1, 206, 215

fish, 1, 68, 132
-, bream, 132
-, eels, 132
-, pike, 132
-, white, 132

Fisher, Wm, 47

fisheries, 45, 55, 68, 93, 129, 131–3, 183
-, fish house, 132–3, 132
-, fishing boats, 68, 132
-, fishponds, 82, 125
-, mere, 132–3
-, nets, 132
-, tithes, 128
-, weirs, 93, 131–2,

Fishpoole, Jn, rector of Podimore Milton, 163

FitzAlan, Thos, earl of Surrey, 106

FitzJames, John, 5

Flemings, 42

Fletcher, Rob., vicar of Meare, 137

flooding, 122, 130, 160–1, 206

Foliano, Boniface de, rector of Butleigh and Street, 99, 192

Foliat:
-, Rob., 77
-, fam., 78

Forz:
-, Cecily, m. Jn Beauchamp, 88, 106
-, Hugh de [Vivonia], 106
-, Wm de, 87–8, 106

Foss:
-, Charity, 176
-, Chas [Smith], 176–7

Foster, see Melliar

Fountains Wall, 6

Fowell, Ric., 158

fowling, 1, 53, 68, 114, 133
-, decoys, 114, 133, 206, 209

Fownes:
-, Jn Somerville, 127
-, Ric., 88

Fox, Geo., 164, 193

Fox-Strangways:
-, Giles, earl of Ilchester, 107
-, Hen. (d. 1802), earl of Ilchester, 107
-, Hen. (d. 1858), earl of Ilchester, 107
-, Hen. (d. 1905), earl of Ilchester, 107
-, Stephen, earl of Ilchester, 107, 113
-, Wm., earl of Ilchester, 107

Foxwell, Edw., 217

France, 25

Franke, Jn, 91

Frankland-Russell, Sir Rob., 101

fraternity or brotherhood, 37, 100

Fraunceys:
-, Jn, 110
-, Thos, 110

Freke:
-, Ric., 127
-, Rob., 125
-, Wm, 122

friendly and benefit soc., 22, 85, 124, 145, 171, 186, 201, 217

Frome, Nic., abbot of Glastonbury, 150

Frome, 28

Frye fam., 148

Fullbrook, Jn, 92

Furneaux, Sir Simon, 91, 109

furniture and furnishings:
-, church, 39, 81, 101, 119, 119, 138, 140, 164, 192–4, 211, 220
-, dom., 20
-, and see architectural decoration

G.

Gahagan, Lucius, sculptor, 101

Gape, Thos, 125, 127

gardens, 78–9, 87–8, 90, 125, 129, 135, 155
-, herb, 14, 125
-, knot, 78
-, market and nursery, 53, 182

Garscon, Adam, 110

gas supply, 35, 57, 190

Gatehouse:
-, Abr., 64
-, Rob. (d. 1711), 65
-, Rob. (d. 1828), 65
-, Thos, 64–5

Gatehouse, see Baltonsborough

Gear, Jn, 63

geology, 6, 59, 75, 87, 103, 121–2, 142, 155, 166, 200, 213
-, fossils, 166, 184, 200
-, and see mining; quarrying

George, St, 37

Giffard, Walt., bp. of Bath and Wells, 4

Gilbert:
-, Eliz., m. Wm Portman, 158
-, Jn, 158

Gildas, St, 191

Giles, St, 191

Giso, bp. of Wells, 215

Glandon, Walt., rector of Meare, 137

Glanvill, Jos., rector of Street, 192

Glasgow, 185–6

glass stainers, see Mena; Milner; Ward and Nixon; Willement

Glastonbury, 1–4, 6–58, 8–9, 17, 52, 59, 82, 120–1, 125, 139, 142–3, 149–50, 184, 198, 210, 216
-, abbey, q.v.
-, abbots, q.v.
-, agric., 48–54
-,-, fields, 6, 50–1, 55
-, almshouses, 16, 24–7, 26, 56
-, archaeology, 10–11, 15, 23
-, archd., 4
-, Avalon, 6, 23
-, Backwear, q.v.
-, bailiff, 5
-, Bd of Health, 34–5
-, Beckery, q.v.
-, Bovetown, 7, 16, 25, 27, 41–3, 52
-, Bowling Green, see Street
-, bridges, 7
-,-, Cow Bridge, 7 Madelode Bridge, 7 Pomparles Bridge, 7
-, Brindham, 6, 51
-, buildings, 16–21, 12–15, 18–19, 21, 26, 29–30, 32, 35, 38, 38–40, 46, 47–8, 58
-,-, Abbey Grange, 18 Abbey House, 15 Assembly Rooms, 15, 22 Priory, 25, 41 pump room, 22 St George's Hall, 18 town hall, 25, 29, 35, 56 Tribunal, 17, 32, 32, 37 Vestry Hall, 35, 57
-, canal, 7, 9, 9
-, Chalice Well, 16, 22–3, 41
-, chapels:
-,-, Edmund Hill chapel, 57 Edgar, 12, 13 Lady, 11–14, 13–14, 63 Loretto, 12, 13 St Dunstan's, 10 St Catherine, 16, 41–42 St James, 16, 41 and see Glastonbury, abbey
-, charities, 27
-, charters, 33–4
-, church, 22, 36–41
-,-, church ho., 37, 57 glebe, 36, 41, 48, 52 rectory, 36, 44, 47–8, 76, 151 tithes, 58 vicar, 37, 154; and see Parfitt Old Church, 10–11, 13
-, Coldharbour, 7, 122
-, conduit, 19, 22, 28, 29
-, courts, 33, 55–6, 150
-, cross, 16, 19, 28, 29
-, econ. hist., 28–31, 48–55
-,-, banks, 19, 32 brickyards, 19 shops, 17, 18, 19, 21, 31–2 tannery, 31 trade and ind., 30–1, 69, 185–6, 188
-, Edgarley, q.v.
-, Edmund Hill, 6–7
-, fairs, 29, 51
-,-, tolsey, 29
-, festival, see Pilton
-, gas works, 190
-, Havyatt, q.v.
-, Hearty moor, 1, 6
-, Heath, 6
-, Kennard moor, q.v.
-, lake village, 10; and see Meare
-, legends, 6, 10, 23, 85, 126
-, local govt., 33, 55–7
-,-, par. officers, 34–5, 56–7 and see Glastonbury: town government
-, magistrates, 21, 29
-, manor, 10, 28, 33, 43–48, 52, 55–6, 128, 144–5, 150
-,-, demesne, 48–51 ho., 45 officers, 55–6, 150
-, market, 9, 19, 20, 28, 29–30, 33
-,-, market cross, 28, 29, 57 market hall, 28–9 market ho., 24, 30, 35, 42 market place, 16, 19, 21, 28, 29 market, clerk of, 55–6,
-, mills, 22, 26, 30, 43, 49, 53–5
-, moors, 1, 6, 27, 53–4, 67, 79, 180
-, nonconf., 42–3, 212
-, Northload, 2–3, 5, 52
-, Northover, 19, 26, 31, 43, 52
-,-, Northover, mills, 55
-, Norwood [Northwood] park, 1–2, 142
-, Norwood tithing, 34
-, Norwood, 6, 43–4, 47, 50–54
-, parks, 6, 43–5, 47–8, 51, 54
-, pilgrimage, 1, 11, 20, 23, 37
-, Ponter's Ball earthwork, 10
-, pop., 9
-, poor relief, 56
-, prison, 4, 29, 35, 49, 56
-, pub. hos, 5, 16–17, 20–21, 21, 23, 26–7, 30, 41–2
-, pub. services, 35
-, railway sta., 9, 28
-, rel. hist., 36–43
-, roads, 7, 75, 84, 142, 155, 165–6, 170
-, Roman Cath., 41–2
-, rural deanery, 4
-, schools, 23–5, 25, 27, 41–3
-, settlement, 10–11, 16–19
-, Sharpham, q.v.
-, soc. hist., 20–8
-, South Moor, q.v.
-, St Benignus:
-,-, ch., 24, 27, 36–40, 40, 48, 56, 151 par., 36, 42, 57 and see saints
-, St John:
-,-, ch., 16, 24, 27–8, 34, 36–43, 38–9, 48, 51, 56–7, 79, 139, 150–1 par., 56–7s sch., 24
-, St John's hospital, 25
-, St Michael's chapel, 1, 6, 29, 47, 58
-, St Peter and St Paul's church, 10
-, St Saviour's Hospital, 35, 190
-, St Saviour's, 41
-,-, streets:
-,-, Benedict St, 16–17, 19, 21, 24, 35, 40–2, 53 Bere Lane, 7, 16, 57 Blind Lane, 16 Cart Lane, 16–17, 51 Chilkwell St, 7, 16–19, 23, 25, 31, 37, 42, 51, 56–7 Church Lane, 31 Cock Lane, 18 Coursing Batch, 7 Dod Lane, 16 Dyehouse Lane, 22 Fisher's Hill, 7, 19, 35 George St, 28, 35 Grist Lane, 19 Grope Lane, 16n, 40 Gryce Lane, 16 High St, 5, 7, 16–19, 32, 34, 37–8, 41–2, 56–7 Hill Head, 18, 24–5, 40, 57 King St, 19 Lambrook St, 7, 16, 42–3 Laundry Lane, 16 Madelode St, 16, 41 Magdalene St, 7, 14, 16–18, 21–2, 25, 30–1, 35, 42–3 Manor House Rd, 19 Mount Pleasant, 18 New St, 16 Norbins Lane [Rd], 16, 19 Northload St, 16, 18, 31, 43, 45 Roman Rd, 19 Silver St, 15–16, 42 South St, 16 Spital St, 16 St James's St, 16, 41 Street Rd, 7, 19, 25 Wellhouse Lane, 35 Wells Rd, 7, 16, 19, 31
-, Tanners Weir, 7, 122
-, tithing, 33
-, Tor, 1, 1, 6, 10, 29, 31, 43–4, 47, 57–8
-, tourism, 15, 23, 32
-, town government:
-,-, borough, 33, 57 burgesses, 33 corporation, 28–9, 33–5 guildhall, 35 maces, 35 mayor, 26, 33–4 officers, 33–5 portmoot, 4, 33 recorder, 33–4 seal, 33, 35, 56–7
-, urban dist., 34
-, vineyard, 1, 6, 92–3, 147, 178, 202–3
-, Wearyall Hill, 6–7, 19, 35
-, Wearyall Park, 7
-, welfare, 25–7, 56–7
-, Wick, 43, 52
-, Windmill Hill, 6–7, 19
-, Wirral Park, 51, 54–5

Glastonbury, abbey, 1, 10, 10–16, 12–15, 23, 81, 139, 210
-, almoner and almonry, 14, 23, 25, 51, 53, 132, 147, 162, 201
-, building:
-,-, abbot's hall, 20 abbot's kitchen, 14, 42, 46 abbot's lodging, 14 barn, 10, 17, 46–7, 46 church, 12–15, 10–15 conventual buildings, 12, 14 fabric and remains, 10–15, 12–15, 22–3, 42, 45–7, 126 gates, 15–16, 21 butler, 44
-, chapels:
-,-, Edgar, 12, 13 Lady, 12–14, 13–14, 63 Loretto, 12, 13 St Dunstan's, 10, 13–14
-, demesne, 45–7, 55, 157
-, estates, 43–4, 47, 54, 62–4, 76–7, 79, 85–7, 90–2, 96, 106, 123–4, 127–8, 130, 145–6, 155, 157–9, 162, 172, 191, 201–2, 208, 214–15, 217
-, fair, 29
-, farm, 10, 46–7
-, goldsmith, 44
-, infirmary, 92
-, inns, 20
-, jurisdiction, 2–5, 136
-, kitchen, kitchener, 68, 132, 147, 149
-, larder, 206
-, livestock, 93, 159, 179
-, monk, see James; Thorne
-, obedientaries, 49–50
-, officers and staff:
-,-, bailiff, 4 baker, 44, 89, 92 butler, 44 cellarer, 50, 131–2, 183 cellarer, foreign, 4 chamberlain, 51, 89, 147 cook, 44, 132, 183 granger, 160 hostiller, 66 medar, 129, 191 pittancer, 147 porter, 44 precentor, 29 prior, 127 receiver of casuals, 5 refectorer, 147 steward, 4 and see Glastonbury, abbots of
-, organist, 23
-, precinct, 2, 15–16, 30, 45
-, resumed land, 128, 158–9, 174
-, royal visits, 27
-, sacrist, sacristy, 36, 44, 48, 51, 71, 79, 99, 147, 150
-, supplies sent to, 1, 32, 66, 68, 93, 129, 132, 159, 178, 180, 203, 216
-, tithes acquired, 79, 99, 128

Glastonbury abbots of, 3, 127, 175–6, 208; and see Aethelnoth; Amesbury; Bere; Blois; Breynton; Chinnock; Frome; Herluin; Monington; Selwood; St Dunstan; Sodbury; Taunton; Thurstan; Whiting; Winchester

Glastonbury Antiquarian Soc., 22, 133

Glastonbury Coal Co., 31

Glastonbury Crafts Guild, 22

Glastonbury Twelve Hides hundred, 2–5, 3, 9, 34, 44–5, 56, 70, 75, 80, 82, 136, 190, 218
-, bailiff, 5
-, constable, 5
-, coroners, 5
-, courts, 2, 4–5, 56, 150
-, hall, 5
-, jury, 5
-, justices, 4–5
-, officers, 4–5, 33–4
-, prisons, 4–5
-, sheriff, 4–5

Godesland, Jn, m. Alice, 91

Godfrey, bp of Bath, 215

Godfrey, Jas, 188

Godney, 2, 36, 40, 66, 120–1, 123, 132–3
-, agric., 131
-, charities, 136
-, church, 131, 136, 139–40, 140
-,-, building, 139–40 glebe, 139 vicar, 139; and see Hughes; Whaits vicarage, 139
-, courts, 145
-, manor, 127–30, 132, 139
-, moors, 53, 129–30,
-, nonconf., 140–1,
-, pub. hos, 134
-, schools, 141

Godric, 108

Godwin:
-, E. J., 134
-, Jn, 125, 127
-, tile makers, 211

Godwyn:
-, Jn (fl. 1543), m. Isabel, 109, 175
-, Jn (fl. 1607), 109, 175

gold and silversmiths, 30–1, 39, 41, 44, 82, 152

Golde:
-, Ric., 63
-, Wm., 63

Good, Wm, 41

Goodson:
-, Eliz., 71
-, Jas, 63, 71, 91
-, Jn, m. Lucy, 63
-, Mrs, 74
-, Thos, 71
-, fam., 69

Gore:
-, Wm (d. by 1847), 214
-, Wm (d. 1847), m. Bridget Langton, 214

Gore-Langton:
-, Wm (d. 1873), 214
-, Wm (d. 1902), Earl Temple, 214

Gotepathe, Jn, m. Maud, 159

Gould:
-, Davidge, 33, 48
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1710), 48
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1794), 33, 48
-, Honora Margaretta, m. Ric. Ford Wm Lambert, 24, 48
-, Thos, 33
-, fam., 188

Gournay, Sir Matt., m. Alice, 106

Gouvis:
-, Mic. le, 88
-, Mic. le, the ygr, 88
-, fam., 93

Grahamstown, South Africa, bp of, 192

Greenwich (Kent):
-, East Greenwich manor, 48
-, palace and Queen's Ho., 86

Greinton:
-, Eve of, m. Hugh Trivet, 159
-, Hugh of, 159

Greinton, 159, 203
-, church, 191, 208

Grenville:
-, Lady Charlotte Neville, 102
-, Geo. Neville [Neville], 47, 65, 71, 74, 86–8, 91, 94, 101–2, 111
-, Hester, Countess Temple, 86
-, Jas (d. 1783), 86, 94, 101
-, Jas, Baron Glastonbury (d. 1825), 47, 86, 98
-, Ralph Neville, 86–7
-, Gen. Ric., 47, 86, 98
-, Rob. Neville, 86, 95
-, fam., 61, 94, 101
-, and see Neville

Grey, Fred., 78

Grimstead:
-, Edw., 63
-, Hum., m. Alice, 63
-, Hum. the ygr, m. Joan Pope, 63
-, Jane, m. 1. Jn Jeanes; 2. Rob. Hill, 146
-, Joan, 63
-, Jn (fl. 1598), 62–3,
-, Jn (d. 1693), 146
-, Jn (d. 1714), 146
-, Ric., m. Rebecca Savage, 63
-, Rob. (d. 1766), 71
-, Rob. the ygr, 71
-, Wm, 63
-, fam., 148

Grove, Mr, 210

Gundry:
-, Abr., 181
-, fam., 194

Gurney and Co., 39

H.

Hackett, Wm, 217

Haedde, Bp, 172

Hallett, Phyllis, m. Jn Acland-Hood, 89

Ham:
-, And. (d. c. 1616), 110
-, And. (d. c. 1680), 110
-, Joan, m. Geo. Smith, 110–11

Ham Street, see Baltonsborough

Hamdon, 31

Hamilton and Brandon, duchess of, see Strangways

Hamilton, the Hon. Geo., m. Bridget Coward, 3, 45

Hampshire, see Lymington; Winchester

Harland, G. H., and wife, 3, 45

Harpur, Jn le, m. Julian, 201

Harries, Julia, m. Thos Rook, 176

Hartlake Bridge, 6–7

Hartlake river, 1, 6, 122, 142–3

Harvey:
-, Amias, 146
-, Ant. (fl. 1589), 146
-, Ant. (fl. 1617), 146

Hasell:
-, Ric., 109
-, Sam., 109, 113, 166

Hassell:
-, Jn, 146
-, Wm, m. Joan, 146

Hatch:
-, Eliz. of, 175
-, Luke of, m. Alice, 109, 175

Hatton:
-, Sir Chr., 51, 173
-, Sir Wm, 173

Haughton, Hen., 146

Havyatt (in Glastonbury and West Pennard), 2, 6, 36, 43–4, 52, 59, 75, 142–3, 147

Hawkins:
-, Hen., architect, 195
-, Jn Brown, m. Sus. Whitmore, 173

Hawley:
-, Edw., 109
-, Gabr., 48, 109
-, Gabr. the ygr 109

Hayes, Fred., 148

Hayles, Ladd, 125, 127

Healey:
-, Dr Ric., m. Mary, 63
-, Ric., 63
-, Thos, 63, 71

Health, Local Bd of, see Glastonbury, Street

health, see disease; medical services; sanitation

Helewise, da. of Rob., 108

Helier, Adam le, 201, 207

Helyar, Wm, 204

Henry I, king, 4, 106

Henry III, king, 27

Henry VII, king, 27

Henry VIII, king, 152

Henry, prince of Wales, 146

Henry of Blois, abbot of Glastonbury, 11, 36, 157–8, 182

Henton, 121 n

Herefordshire, see Lugwardine

Heregith, 214

Herluin, abbot of Glastonbury, 11

Hertford, earl of, 28, 130; and see Seymour

Hickley, Jn, rector of Walton, 210

Hicks:
-, Eliz., m. Geo. Somerville, 127
-, Jn, 28
-, Mary, m. Chas Yate, 127
-, Rob., 127

High Ham and Ashcott turnpike, 122

Highbridge, 9, 122

Hill:
-, Christian, 146
-, Christian, m. Jas Moore, 146
-, Mary, m. Ric. Paget, 146
-, Rob., m. Jane Grimstead, 146
-, Rog., 44
-, fam., 108

Hilla, see Lulla

Hoare:
-, Ric., 47
-, Sir Ric. Colt, 47, 58

Hobbs, Wm, 212

Hody:
-, Jn, 92
-, fam., 92

Holderness, earl of, see Darcy

Holford, Lady, 40

Holst, Imogen, 171

Holt, see Pilton

Holton, 85

Honeygar, see Meare

Hood:
-, Alex., Viscount Bridport, 89
-, Alex. (d. 1798), m. Eliz. Periam, 89
-, Sir Alex., 173, 181
-, Art., vicar of Butleigh, 100
-, Art., Lord Hood of Avalon, 89, 101
-, Eliz., 94, 101
-, Fanny, 85
-, Sam., vicar of Butleigh, 89, 100
-, Sam., Viscount Hood, 89
-, Sir Sam. (d. 1814), 89, 89, 103
-, fam., 101–2, 176
-, and see Acland-Hood

Hood mon., 89, 89, 103, 114

Hooper:
-, Hen., 173
-, Jas, 173

Hopton, Ralph, 90

hopyard, 94

Horler, Jos., m. Jane Bower, 127

Hornblotton, 75

Horner:
-, Geo., 157, 160
-, Jn (d. 1587), m. Meriel Malte, 157, 162
-, Sir Jn (d. 1659), 157
-, Jn Strangways (d. 1746), 157
-, Thos (d. 1612), 157
-, Thos Strangways (d. 1741), 157
-, Thos Strangways (fl. 1798), 157
-, and see Strangways

Horsey, Alex. de, 158

horticulture, 53, 67; and see crops; gardens; hopyard; orchards; produce; vineyards

hospitals, see medical services

Housman:
-, Clemence, writer, 171
-, Laur., writer, 22, 171

How:
-, Jn, m. Mary Shuckborough, 127
-, Shuckborough, 127, 136

Howard:
-, Frances, m. 1. Edw. Seymour, earl of Hertford; 2. Ludovic Stewart, duke of Richmond and Lennox, 124
-, Thos, earl of Berkshire (d. 1669), 146

Howe:
-, Jn, 173
-, Wm, m. Cath., 91, 173

Hughes, Harold, vicar of Godney, 139

Hull, Wm, 110

Hulle, Ric., carver, 38

Humphreys, Jn, 220

Hungate:
-, Thos, 62
-, Wm, 62, 64, 68
-, Wm, ygr, 62

Hunt:
-, Hen. (d. 1835), 3, 45
-, Hen. the ygr, 45
-, Thos (d. 1797), 45

Huntley:
-, Alice, 158
-, Jn, and s. Jn, 158

Huse:
-, Hen., 88
-, Hen., rector of Butleigh, 99
-, Ralph, 88
-, Reynold, m. Joan Moleyns, 88, 91
-, Wm, m. Emmeline of Merton, 88, 91

Hussey fam., 109

Hutchins, Thos, carver, 39

Hyett:
-, Rob., m. Ann Court, 89, 110, 172–3
-, Thos, 89, 110, 173

I.

Ilchester, 59, 84, 103, 155, 166
-, church, 162
-, classis, 163
-, earl of, 120; and see Fox-Strangways
-, fair, 31
-, gaol, 164

Ilchester turnpike trust, 155

Ilminster, classis, 163

Impey:
-, Cath., 197
-, Ellen, 182, 197
-, Rob., m. Mary, 182

improvement, see agriculture

inclosed grassland, see agriculture

inclosure, see agriculture

Independents, 42, 73, 101–2, 120, 140–1, 194, 212, 220; and see Congregationalists

Indracht, St, 11

industry, see buildings; cloth; inventions; manufacture; mills; occupation; shoemaking

Ine, king of Wessex, 3–4

inns and pub. houses, see occupation; retail trades and services; see also under names of parishes

Inold, Walt. Dame, 158

Insula, Pet. de, 159

intercommoning, see agriculture

International Bible Students Assocn, 43

inventions:
-, lockstitch sewing machine, 185
-, poetry machine, 171
-, sole cutting press, 185
-, steam car and boat, 95

Ireland, 30, 41, 185; and see Cork

Irish, Jn, 63

Ivythorn:
-, Jn of (fl. 1336), s. of Jn, 176
-, Jn of (fl. 1339), s. of Ric., 176
-, Jn of (fl. 1407), 176
-, Pet. of (fl. 1189), 175–6
-, Reynold of, 176
-, Ric. of (fl. 1152), 175
-, Ric. of (fl. 1314), 176
-, Ric. of (fl. 1428), 176
-, Thos of (fl. 13th cent.), 176
-, Thos of (d. by 1317), m. Joan, 176
-, Thos of (fl. 1330), m. Sarah, 176
-, Wm of (fl. 1280s), 110
-, Wm of (fl. 14th cent.), 110

Ivythorn, see Street

J.

Jacman, Jn, carver, 138

Jacob, Thos, 41

Jamaica, 62

James, Rog., monk of Glastonbury, 23

Jardine, Sir Ernest, 46

Jeanes, Jn, m. Jane Grimstead, 146

Jehovah's Witnesses, 43

Jenkins:
-, Marianne, m. Edw. Fr. Colston, 146
-, Wm, 146

Jex-Blake, T. W., 47

Jocelin, bp. of Wells, 4, 183

John, king, and count of Mortain, 54

Jones, Inigo, 86

Joseph of Arimathea, St, 10–11, 126, 138

jurisdiction:
-, assize of bread and ale, 116, 135, 137, 217
-, chase, drift, or prey of moor, 53, 93, 130, 149, 204
-, Glastonbury, abbey, 2–5, 136
-, goods of felons, 116
-, market, 33
-, peculiar, 116, 218
-, strays, 162
-, and see courts; punishment

K.

Keasberry, Henrietta, actress, 76

Keate:
-, Thos, 77
-, Thos Morris, 77
-, Wm, m. Anne Burland, 77

Keats, Jn, 185

Keeling, Edw., 64

Keinton Mandeville, 30, 98

Kekewitch, Jn, 137

Kemp, Wm, rector of Podimore Milton, 163

Ken, Thos, bp of Bath and Wells, 28

Kennard moor, mainly in Glastonbury, 6, 59, 142, 154

Kennedy, Jas, 125

Kent, see Greenwich; Malling Abbey

Kentwood:
-, Alice, wid of Jn Carbonel, w. of Sir Jn, 77
-, Eliz., m. Jn Swaffield, 77
-, Frideswide, m. Ric. Fetiplace, 77
-, Jn (d. 1487), 77
-, Sir Jn, m. Maud Sackville, 64, 77
-, Nic., m. Isabel, 77
-, Rob., 77

Kilve, manor, 109

King:
-, Pet., Baron Ockham, Lord Chancellor, 33
-, Ph., sculptor, 171
-, Ric., 168
-, Rob., 168

Kingsdon, church, 117, 162

Kingweston, 88, 98

Knight, Thos, bellfounder, 82, 101

Knollys:
-, Edw. (d. 1571), 88
-, Edw. (fl. 1589), 88

Knoyle:
-, Edw. (fl. 1551), 158
-, Edw. (fl. 1638), 158
-, Leonard, 158
-, Pet., 158
-, Wm, 158

Kynman, Jn, vicar of Compton Dundon, 118

Kyrton, Jas, 125

L.

labour services, 49, 65–6, 92–3, 111–12, 128–9, 133, 147, 160, 178–80, 202–3, 216

Lamb, E. B., architect, 87, 101

Lambert, Ric. Ford Wm, earl of Cavan, m. Honora Margaretta Gould, 48

Lancashire, 22

Landmark Trust, 72

Langelegh, Geof. de, 203

Langham, Sir Jas, Bt, 181

Langhorne:
-, Jane, m. Wm Strode, 173
-, Sarah, 173

Langland, Nic. of, 91

Langport, 108, 155, 157

Langport poor-law union, 117

Langport rural dist., 117

Langport, Somerton and Castle Cary turnpike trust, 84, 103, 155, 166, 200

Langton:
-, Bridget, m. Wm Gore, 214
-, Jos., 214

Larder:
-, Hugh, m. Alice Brytte, 175
-, Jn (d. 1556), m. Avice, and s. Jn, 175

Lattiford, in North Cheriton, 85n

Laud, Wm, archbp, 28

Laughnan, Edw., rector of Walton, 210

Launcherley, see Wootton, North

Lavandria fam., 16

Laverley, see Pennard, West

Law, Hen., archd. of Wells, 164

Lax, Jn, rector of Street, 192

Lean, Helen, 198

leather, see manufacture; mills; occupation; produce; shoemaking

Leeke, Jasper, m. Mary Coleshill, 127

legends:
-, dragon, 103
-, Glastonbury, 6, 10, 23, 85, 126

Leigh, Sir Martin of, m. Alice, 159, 175, 180

Leigh, see Street

Leigholt, see Street

Levington, Jas, 24, 27, 53, 93

libraries and reading rooms, 22, 62, 69, 124, 150, 171, 195, 201

lights:
-, endowed, 63, 72, 81, 100, 151, 163, 192, 219
-, gas, 57
-, street, 190

Lillington (Dors.), 140

lime, see buildings; quarrying

Limington, church, 162

Lincoln, bp of, 192

Little, Wm, 217

Littleton, see Compton Dundon

livestock:
-, bees, 66, 160, 182, 203
-, capons, 51, 159
-, cattle, 28–9, 49–54, 65–8, 92–4, 111, 113–14, 128–30, 143, 160, 178, 181, 202, 204
-,-, bullocks, 50, 160, 179–80 bulls, 129, 204 cows, 50, 52, 54, 65–6, 80, 92–4, 113, 128–31, 147–8, 160–1, 179–82, 189, 203–4, 216 oxen, 50, 52, 65–6, 92, 94, 114, 128, 130, 147–8, 159–60, 179–81, 203–4 steers, 52
-, doves and squabs, 66, 93, 112, 129, 159–60, 203
-, goats, 49, 65–6, 111, 129–30, 202–3
-, horses, 28–9, 49, 52, 54, 65–7, 92–4, 111, 114, 128–31, 147–8, 159–60, 178–9, 181, 189, 202, 204
-, peacocks, 129
-, pigs, 28, 49, 52, 65–6, 92–5, 101, 111–13, 128–9, 131, 178–81, 202–4, 216
-, poultry, 67, 113, 182, 205, 216
-,-, geese, 66–7, 70, 93, 129–30, 159–60, 216 hens, 51, 65, 92, 112, 128 turkeys, 67
-, sheep, 1, 28–9, 49–52, 65–7, 92–5, 111, 113–14, 129–30, 147–8, 159–61, 178–9, 181, 202–4, 206, 216
-, and see fowling; parks; produce; warren; wildlife

Llewellin and James, bellfounders, 152

Lloyd fam., 109

local govt., see courts; public services; welfare; see also under names of parishes

Lockyer, Nic., 42

London, 86, 114, 127, 130, 157, 166, 210
-, alderman, 173
-, bp of, 117
-, Carpenter's Hall, 69
-, evacuees, 134, 220
-, factory, 134
-, Tower, Lieut. of, 98n
-, V. and A. Museum, 73
-, Whitehall, 86

Long Sutton, 88
-, Court House, 171

Long, Mr, 78

Longleat, 192

Lord Chancellor, see King

Lottisham, 67–8, 75, 81, 151
-, Lottisham Green, 70, 82
-, school, 82

Lovekin, Alf., curate of Glastonbury, 38

Lovell, Jas. Lovell, 157

Lowder, Chas. F., curate of Walton, 210

Lower Leigh, see Street

Lubborn, see Baltonsborough

Ludlow, Thos, 96

Luffe, Jn, 37

Lugwardine (Herefs.), 211

Lulla, 62

Lydford, West, 68, 98

Lyme (Dors.), 32

Lymington (Hants), 111

Lyte:
-, Edm., 159
-, Jn, 92, 159
-, Pet., 159
-, Rob., m. Isabel de Draycott, 159

M.

Madeley, Salop, 41

Maidment:
-, Chas, 77
-, Levi, 77
-, Thos (d. 1826), 77
-, Thos (d. 1887), 77
-, fam., 79

Malet:
-, Mabel, 88, 106
-, Rob., 106
-, Wm (fl. 1166), 106
-, Wm (d. c. 1216), 106

Malherbe, Rob., 49

Malling Abbey, Kent, 72

Malmesbury, Wm. of, 4, 136

Malte:
-, Jn, 157
-, Meriel, m. Jn Horner, 157

Manners and Gill, architects, 39

Manners, Geo., architect, 139

manors and estates, see under names of parishes

manufacture:
-, armaments, 190
-, batteries, 134
-, bricks, 19, 31, 97
-, buttons, 30
-, candles, 130
-, cardboard boxes, 186
-, dye, 130
-, flax dressing, 31
-, foodstuffs:
-,-, jam, 182 salt, 31
-, furniture, 31
-, garments:
-,-, gloves, 31, 150, 161, 184–5 hats, 30–1, 185 leggings, 31 stockings, 6, 30–1, 184 and see leather working and products
-, hurdles, 92, 96, 114
-, lasts, 186
-, leather working and products:
-,-, calf kid, 31 chamois leather, 184 coats, 185 dressed skins, 184–5, gig mats, 184 glace kid, 184 leather, 2, 31, 69, 184, 217 leatherboard, 187 parchment, 69 rugs, 31, 69, 184–5 sheepskin products, 31, 134, 184, 217 suede, 184
-, milking equipment, 217
-, peat machinery, 134
-, peat products, 134
-,-, firelighters, 134
-, pipes, 97
-, plastics, 31
-, pottery, 31
-, tiles, 31, 94, 97
-, tobacco pipes, 96
-, waste paper, 69
-, woollen rugs, 31
-, workshops, 32, 169, 185
-, and see buildings; cloth; mills; occupation; produce; shoemaking

manumission, 112, 148, 179

manuring, see agriculture

Mapstone, H. R., and wife, 46

Marchey, see Meare

Mare:
-, Sir Ellis de la, 174
-, Nic. de la (d. by 1227), m. Grace de Meysey, 174
-, Nic. de la (fl. 1272), 174

Margaret:
-, St, 27
-, of Anjou, queen, 27

Marisco, Rob. de, 63

markets, 9, 20, 28–9, 33, 116, 171, 188
-, clerk of market, 55–6
-, jurisdiction, 33
-, market cross, 28, 29, 57
-, market hall or ho., 24, 28–9, 30, 35, 42
-, market place, 16, 19, 21, 28, 57
-, tolls, 28–9, 33
-, and see fairs; retail trades and services

marl, see agriculture

Marlborough, Nic. of, 159

Marriott, Hen., 146

Mars, 89

Marshal:
-, Jn (fl. 1431), m. Eliz., 176
-, Jn (d. 1471), 176
-, Jn (d. c. 1537), 51, 176
-, Ralph, 158
-, Ric. (d. 1558), 176
-, Ric. (d. 1591), 172, 176
-, Rob. the, 201
-, Walt., 158

Marston Magna, 110

Martin:
-, Margaret, see Walton
-, Nic. son of, 64
-, P. L., 41
-, Thos (d. by 1687), 64
-, Thos (d. 1690), 64–5
-, Thos (fl. 1706), 64
-, fam., 64

Martock, 158

Mary Magdalene, St, 25–6

McClean, Douglas Hamilton, m. Eliza Mary Rocke, 45

Mcready, Wm, actor, 196

Mead:
-, Wm, 181
-, fam., 181

meadow, see agriculture

Meare (Ferramere), 1–5, 7, 10, 27, 36, 39–40, 43, 120–42, 121, 151
-, agric., 128–31
-,-, fields, 123
-, Barrow Hill, 121–2
-, buildings, 122, 123–6, 126, 128
-,-, fish ho., 123, 132, 138n
-, church, 123, 136–40
-,-, building, 138–9 church ho., 134, 138 glebe, 137 rector, 137, see Bull; Glandon rectory, 128, 130, 136–7 tithes, 128, 137 vicar, 130, 137, see Calvert; Fletcher; Phelps; Purcell; Russell vicarage, 136–7
-, courts, 135
-, econ. hist., 128–35
-,-, trades, 134–5
-, Ferramere, 120, 124
-, fishery, 131–3
-, Godney, q.v.
-, Honeygar, 123, 131
-, hospital, 136
-, local govt., 135–6
-,-, par. officers, 135
-, manor, 124–7, 133
-,-, manor ho., 122, 125–6, 126
-, Marchey, 2, 5, 120–1, 123, 131, 136–7
-, mere, 7, 120, 122, 125, 130
-, mills, 134
-, moors, 121–2, 130
-, nonconf., 140–1
-, Oxenpill, 120, 123, 134–5, 140
-, park, 124
-, poor relief, 135–6
-, pop., 122–3,
-, pub. hos, 134–5
-, schools, 135, 140–2
-, sett., 123
-, soc. life, 124
-, Stileway, 120, 123, 129
-, tithing, 139
-, turbary, 130, 133–5, 137
-, vineyard, 129
-, Westhay, q.v.

Mears and Stainbank, bellfounders, 193

Mears, Thos, bellfounder, 193, 211

medical services:
-, apothecary, 56
-, chiropodist, 188
-, dentist, 18, 188
-, doctor, 69, 98
-, hospital, 25–6, 35, 98, 136, 190
-, inoculation, 50, 117, 162, 208
-, nurses, 117, 187
-, nursing home, 35
-, surgeons, 32, 56, 187

Medlycott, Eliz., m. Jn Webb, 86

Melliar:
-, And. Foster, m. Eliz., 157
-, Wm Melliar Foster, 157
-, Wm, 157, 159

Melwas, king, 1

Mena of Paris, glass stainers, 152

Mendip district, 57, 71, 80, 98, 135–6, 150, 190, 208

Mendips, 6

Mere:
-, Jn of, 91, 178
-, Reynold of, 91

Meriet:
-, Eliz., m. Urry Seymour, 106
-, Geo., 106
-, Sir Jn, m. Maud, 106–7

Merrick:
-, Fred., builder, 24, 39, 57
-, Jn, 19

Merriman:
-, Jn Xavier, 192
-, Nath. Jas, rector of Street, 192

Merriot:
-, Edw. (d. 1610), 109
-, Edw. (fl. 1620), 109

Merston, Hen., m. Isabel, 77

Merton:
-, Emmeline of, m. 1. Moleyns; 2. Wm Huse, 91
-, Wm of, 91

Messiter, Ric., 44

Methodists, 41, 82, 102, 120, 194, 212, 220; and see Bible Christians; Primitive Methodists; Wesleyans

Meyer, R. J. O., 198

Meysey:
-, Ellis, 174
-, Geof. de, 174, 178
-, Grace de, m. 1. Nic. de la Mare; 2. Ric. Cotele, 174
-, Rob., 174

Mid Somerset Community church, 43

Middle Leigh, see Street

Middlesex, see Chiswick; Edmonton; Paddington; Soho; Westminster

Middleton:
-, Alice of, 158
-, Ric., s. of Rob. of, 158
-, Rob. of, 158
-, Rob. s. of Ric. of, 158
-, Thos of, 158
-, Wm of, 158–9
-, fam., 157, 162

Middlezoy, 4

Midlands, West, 22

Milborne Port, 31

Milborne:
-, Chas, 110
-, Geo. (d. 1559), 110
-, Geo. (fl. 1616), 110
-, Geo. (fl. 1662), 110
-, Giles, 110
-, Jn (fl. 1428), 110
-, Jn (d. 1664), 110
-, Ric., 110
-, Wm (d. c. 1662), 110
-, Wm (fl. 1691), 110
-, fam., 110, 116

Mildmay fam., 47

Miles, Jas, 185

Miller:
-, Geo., 45
-, Wm, 45

mill, 4
-, bark, 217
-, blade, 55
-, cider, 216
-, elec., 68,
-, fulling, 30, 55
-, grist, 55
-, horse, 30, 114
-, leatherboard, 187, 207
-, malt mills, 30, 55
-, millstones, 206, 216
-, provender, 183, 187
-, pug, 97
-, steam, 30, 183, 187
-, water, 30, 43, 54–5, 64, 68, 80, 96, 149, 183, 217
-, windmill, 49, 55, 68, 96, 114, 134, 149, 183, 206
-, see also under names of parishes

Milner, H. V., glass stainer, 220

Milton Podimore, see Podimore Milton

mining:
-, coal, 31, 115
-, lignite, 31

Moleyns:
-, Hen. (fl. 1343), 91
-, Hen. (d. 1397), 91
-, Joan, m. Reynold Huse, 91
-, Jn (fl. early 14th cent.), 91
-, Jn (d. c. 1387), 91
-, Jn (fl. 1430), 91
-, Nic. (d. 1430), 91

monastic sites, 10–16, 57–8, 72; and see Bath abbey; Bruton priory; Glastonbury abbey

Monington, Walt., abbot of Glastonbury, 11, 128, 138, 147, 159

Monkton, West, St Margaret's hospital, 109

Monmouth, James duke of, 28

Montagu:
-, Edw., earl of Sandwich, 145
-, Geo. Chas, earl of Sandwich, 145
-, Jn Wm, earl of Sandwich, 145

monuments and effigies, 39, 73, 100–01, 211; and see Hood mon.

Moody, Aaron, 46

Moore:
-, Anne, m. Ric. Slade, 146
-, Hen., sculptor, 171
-, Jas, m. Christian Hill, 146
-, Thos, 127

Moorlinch, 4

moors, see agriculture

Moravians, 74, 74, 153–4

Morgan, Rob., 90

Moriz, Jn, m. Joan, 91

Morland, Jas Clark, Son and, rug mnfrs, 31

Morris:
-, Dr Claver, 77
-, Eliz., m. Jn Burland, 77
-, Jn, 44

Mortain:
-, John, count of, see John, king
-, Rob., count of, 96

Moss, Matt. (d. 1823), and s. Matt., 146, 148

Moxham:
-, Wm (d. c. 1730), 181
-, Wm (d. c. 1734), 181
-, Wm (d. c. 1802), 181

Moyer, Lady, 36

Mulle:
-, Walt. atte, 91 n
-, Wm atte, 91 n

Mullins fam., 61, 67

museum, 22, 46, 171

music:
-, band, 22, 86, 171
-, choir, 38, 72, 118, 195, 210, 219
-, composers, see Boughton
-, concerts, 171, 195
-, evensong, 38
-, festival, 22
-, flugelhorn band, 124
-, Harmonic Society, 22
-, hoglers, 22
-, musician, 200
-, opera, 172
-, orchestra, 72
-, organ, 23, 37, 39, 72, 100, 120, 195, 210, 219
-, organist, 42
-, pop. festival, 6, 23
-, singers, 22–3, 37, 40, 81, 100–1
-, sung mass, 139
-, teacher, 75, 200

N.

Naish:
-, Wm Ben, 45
-, Wm, 62

National Society, 24, 74, 102, 120, 141, 154, 196, 220

National Trust, 47, 58, 133, 166

nature reserve, 124, 166

Naylor, Jas, 42

Neale, Rob., 47

neifs, 51, 55, 112, 129–30, 148, 150, 180, 189; and see bondmen; manumission; serfs

Netherton, Rob., 158

Neville:
-, Cicely, 75
-, Georgiana, 75
-, Wm, 71
-, Wm, vicar of Butleigh, 100
-, Wm Fred., vicar of Butleigh, 100
-, and see Grenville

Nevue, Hugh le, m. Joan Dyne, 158

New Age and esoteric, 22, 32, 43

New York, America, 200

New Zealand, emigration to, 62

Newcourt, Jerrard, 176

newspapers, 22, 172, 186

Newtown, see Pennard, West

Nichol, Basil, 44

Nicholas, St, 37

Nicholls, Thos, 44

Noble, Geo., 215

Noke, Hum., 175

nonconformists and dissenters, 28, 42–3; and see Baptists; Bible Christians; Christian Brethren; Christian Scientists; Independents; International Bible Students Assocn; Jehovah's Witnesses; Methodists; Mid Somerset Community church; Moravians; Pentecostal; Plymouth Brethren; Presbyterians; Primitive Methodists; Quakers; Roman Catholics; Salvation Army; Swedenborgians; United Reformed; Wesleyan Methodists; see also New Age and esoteric; see also under names of parishes

Norman, 108

Norreys, Ric., m. Eleanor, 77–8

Norris, fam., 148

North Town, see Wootton, North

North Wootton, see Wootton, North

North, Rog., Lord North of Kirtling, 51

North, Sir Dudley, 146

Northload, see Glastonbury

Northover in Glastonbury, see Glastonbury

Northover, church, 162

Northumberland, duke of, see Dudley; Percy

Northwood, see Baltonsborough

Norton:
-, Jn, architect, 108–9
-, Wm Fr., 108
-, Wm, 108

Norwich, 170–1

Norwood, see Glastonbury

Nunn, T.P., vicar of West Pennard, 151

Nyland [Andersey], 2–4, 43–4
-, chapel, 43–4
-, manor, 43–4
-, rectory, 43–4

O.

occupation:
-, agricultural services and traders:
-,-, badger, 180 cattle dealer, 150 cheese factor, 53, 61, 67, 148 cowkeeper, 217 decoy man, 114, 133 drainage contractor, 216 egg collector, 182 higgler, 115 pig dealer, 150 swan keeper, 133 teasel dealer, 217 turf cutter, 133–4 turf merchant, 134
-, bottle maker, 31
-, bridge keeper (pontarius), 49, 142, 147
-, building workers:
-,-, brick and tile maker, 97 builder, 210 carpenter, 69, 96, 135, 161 joiner, 69
-, charcoal maker, 68
-, commercial traveller, 97, 187
-, fishermen, 131–3
-, food and drink:
-,-, baker, 55, 206 brewer, 115, 188 innkeeper, 21, 182, 207 maltster, 45 taverner, 20 victualler, 21, 69–70, 80, 97, 115, 145, 207, 217
-, forester, 68
-, leather workers:
-,-, leather dresser, 31 cobbler, 41 currier, 31 fellmonger, 184 glover, 31 62, 69, 80, 184, 207 matmaker, 69 shoe makers and workers, 31, 181, 185, 207 tanner, 31, 96, 217 and see shoemaking
-, merchant, 30
-, metal workers:
-,-, brazier, 31 cutler, 31 metal man, 31 smith, 30, 69, 111, 115, 161, 178–80, 187, 207, 217 and see bellfounder, gold and silversmith
-, miller, 96, 114, 183, 188, 217
-, nurseryman, 28
-, professions and arts:
-,-, engineer, 185, 207 land surveyor, 150 limner, 30–1 painter, 30 scrivener, 30 surveyor, 192 and see architect, carver
-, seedsman, 182
-, sign writer, 188
-, soap boiler, 31, 69
-, stone workers and merchants, 97, 115, 183–4, 207, 212
-,-, gravestone cutter, 183 quarryman, 183, 207
-, sweep, 187
-, tallow chandler, 31, 69
-, telegraphist, 187
-, textile and clothing workers:
-,-, button maker, 69 cardmaker, 30 clothier, 47, 69, 96, 115 comber, 30 dyer, 30, 184 fuller, 30, 96, 161 mantua maker, 80 quiltmaker, 30 rug dyer, 69 sergemaker, 149 shearer, 30, 55 stockingmaker, 69 straw bonnet maker, 69 tailor, 157, 188 tucker, 184 velvet weaver, 217 weaver, 30, 42, 96, 115, 217 woolcomber, 149 worsted comber, 96 and see cloth
-, timber thrower, 114
-, transport:
-,-, carrier, 189 coach maker, 69 horse slaughterer, 188 horse trainer, 187 wheelwright, 80, 187, 207, 217
-, undertaker, 69
-, wood workers:
-,-, basketmaker, 69, 134, 207 cabinet maker, 32, 69, 187 cooper, 80, 96, 134, 187 and see occupations, building workers
-, watchmaker, 187–8, 207
-, and see agriculture; employment; manufacture; medical services; retail trades and services

Ockham, Baron, see King

Odingsells, Gabr., 125, 127

open fields, see agriculture

Oram:
-, Hum., 63
-, Mary, 63
-, Wm, 62–3

Orchard, fam., 62

orchards, 14, 79, 94, 113, 125, 129, 155, 169, 181–2, 205, 216

Oric, Chris., wife of, 91

Osborn, 108

Overleigh, see Street

Owen fam., 44

Oxenpill, see Meare

Oxford:
-, Exeter College, 47
-, Hart Hall, 24

P.

Paddington (Mdx), 184

Page, Edw., 162

Paget:
-, Jn, 146
-, Ric., m. Mary Hill, 146, 148

Panborough, see Wedmore

Panes, Jn, 91

Parbrook, see Bradley, West

Parfitt:
-, Mrs, 27
-, Thos, vicar of Glastonbury, 37, 151

Paris, Thos of, 146

parks:
-, deer, 1, 6, 43, 45–7, 49, 51, 54, 87, 94–5, 104, 111–14, 124, 129
-, municipal, 172

parliamentary representation, 33

Particular Baptists, 42, 102, 120, 140–1, 194; and see Baptists

Patrick, St, 1, 11, 27, 39, 136

Pasturel, Matt., 89

Paty, Wm, 86

Paulet:
-, Sir Amias, 175
-, Sir Hugh, 109, 175
-, Jn, m. Eliz., 109, 175
-, Jn (d. c. 1382), son of Jn, 109, 175
-, Nic., 175
-, Thos, and w. Alice, wid. of Thos Symcox, 86, 91
-, Wm (fl. 1315), 175
-, Wm (fl. 1342), s. of Jn and Eliz., 109, 175
-, Wm, s. of Jn (d. c. 1382), and s. Wm, 175

Pavermaker, Jn le, 207

Payne:
-, Cath., 158
-, Jn, 30
-, Thos, m. Margery of Yeovilton, 158

peat and turf, see manufacture; produce; turbary

Pechey, Evelyn, m. Jn Bright Clark, 171

Peckham:
-, Sir Edw., 86, 94
-, Sir Rob., 127

Peirs:
-, Eliz., m. Lord Montagu Bertie, 78
-, Bp. Wm (d. 1670), 78
-, Archd. Wm (d. 1682), 78
-, Wm (d. 1687), 78
-, Wm (d. 1764), 78
-, Wm (d. 1765), 78

Pennard, East, 36, 59, 75–6, 79, 81

Pennard, West, 2–3, 5–7, 36–7, 40, 49, 51, 55, 57, 66–8, 71, 75, 79–80, 98, 136, 39, 142–54, 143
-, agric., 147–9
-,-, fields, 142, 144, 147–9
-, buildings, 144–5, 146, 150–2
-, charities, 154
-, church, 48, 142, 150–2, 152
-,-, building, 150–2 church ho., 144, 151, 154 glebe, 151 rectory, 151 tithes, 148, 151 vicar, 151; and see Nunn vicarage, 145, 151
-, courts, 150
-, East Street, q.v.
-, econ. hist., 147–9
-, fair, 148
-, Havyatt, q.v.
-, Hgr Southtown, 144
-, Laverley, 144
-, local govt., 150
-,-, par. officers, 150
-, Lwr Southtown, 144
-, manor and estates, 144–9
-,-, manor ho., 146
-, mills, 149
-, moors, 142, 147, 149
-, Newtown, 144, 148, 153
-, nonconf., 153, 153
-, Pennard Hill, 1, 75, 142, 144, 148–9, 151
-, Piltown, 144, 153–4
-, pop., 144
-, pub. hos, 144–5, 153
-, rwy sta., 143, 149
-, schools, 151, 153–4, 220
-, sett., 144
-, soc. hist., 145
-, Steanbow, 142–3, 149, 151, 214
-, Sticklinch, 144, 147, 149
-, streets:
-,-, Castle Lane, 143 Church St, 144, 151
-, tithing, 144, 150
-, Woodland Street, 51, 144

Pennard Hill, see Pennard, West

Pennarminster, 76

Penny:
-, Frances, 111
-, Rob., 111

Penrose, F. C., architect, 99

Pentecostal church, 195

Percy, Hugh, duke of Northumberland, m. Eliz Seymour, 125

Periam:
-, Eliz., m. Alex. Hood, 89, 173
-, Jas (d. 1681), m. Rebecca, 89, 90n
-, Jas (d. 1731), m. Joan, 89–91
-, Jn, 89, 91
-, fam., 94–5, 101, 181

Peter, priest of Walton, 210

Peters, Jn Wm, 173

Phelips, Sir Rob., 146

Phelps, Wm, vicar of Meare, 136–7, 139

Phippen fam., 131

Pickford, Mary, 109

pilgrimage, 1, 12, 15, 20, 23, 37; and see tourism

Pilton, 1, 4, 7, 142–3, 213–15, 217–19
-, church, 215
-,-, vicar, 151, 219
-, Holt, 3, 5
-, manor, 214, 216
-, park, 65–6, 92, 178, 203
-, pop festival, 6, 23
-, Westholme, 2–3, 5

Piltown, see Pennard, West

Pinch, Jn, and s. Jn, 39

Pinney, Wm, 109

Pittard, Thos, 218

plate, church, 39, 41, 72, 82, 101, 119, 139–40, 162, 164, 193, 211, 220

Plymouth Brethren, 43

Podimore Milton [Milton Abbatis: Milton Podimore], 155–64, 156
-, agric., 155, 159–61
-,-, fields, 155, 160
-, buildings, 157, 163–4
-, church, 162–4, 163
-,-, building, 163–4 glebe, 162–3, tithes, 162 rector, see Fishpoole; Kemp; Sandys; Spratt; Wyatt rectory, 162
-, Church St, 155
-, courts, 162
-, econ. hist., 159–61
-,-, trades, 161–2
-, local govt., 162
-, manor and estates, 157–9, 164
-,-, manor ho., 157
-, moors, 155, 161
-, nonconf., 164
-, pop., 155–6
-, pub. hos, 157
-, schools, 161, 164
-, sett., 155–6
-, soc. hist., 157
-, tithing, 162

Poland, 41

Pole, Wellesley Tudor, 23

police:
-, Chief Constable, 35
-, constabulary, 34–5, 57, 71, 98, 116, 135, 190
-, police sta., 98, 190
-, sergeants at mace, 34
-, watch, 34

Pollard, S., architect, 196

pontarius, Wm, 147

Ponter's Ball, 6, 142

Poole:
-, Thos, 127
-, fam., 131

Poole (Dors.), 9

Pope:
-, Anne, 98
-, Jn, 173
-, Joan, m. Hum. Grimstead the ygr, 63
-, Joan, m. Jas Periam, 89
-, fam., 181

Porch:
-, J. A., 38
-, Jn, 47
-, Thos. Porch, 15
-, Wm, 47

Portman:
-, Edw. B., and s. Edw., 159
-, Hen. Wm, 159
-, Wm, m. Eliz. Gilbert, 158
-, fam., 111, 159

post office, see retail and services

Pouelt, 201

Poulet, Jn, 25

Poullain, Valerand, 42

poverty, 62, 76, 112, 117, 131, 217; and see charities; sanitation; welfare

Prat:
-, Jn, 40
-, Ric. Periam, 35, 48
-, Sam., 48
-, fam., 48

Presbyterians, 14, 41–2, 137, 163

Prew, Thos, 14

Price, Hen., 62

Primitive Methodists, 43, 140, 195, 212

produce:
-, animal feed, 183
-, bacon, 94
-, bread, 135
-, charcoal, 53–4, 217
-, cider, 53, 67, 69, 80, 94–5, 113, 129, 150, 161, 182, 216
-, dairy:
-,-, butter, 50, 66, 80, 93, 129–30, 160, 179–80, 216 cheese, 1, 28, 50, 53, 66–7, 79–80, 93–4, 129–30, 148, 159–60, 179–81, 202, 216 eggs, 65, 182 milk, 1, 160
-, feathers, 67, 130
-, flour, 55, 183
-, honey, 62, 91–2, 129
-, malt, 52, 93, 129
-, peat, 133–4
-, reed, 55, 112, 129–30, 132, 204
-, salt, 33
-, skins, 159–60, 203
-, turf, 128, 130
-, wine, 49, 143
-, woad, 6
-, wool, 50, 159–60, 179, 203
-, and see agriculture; crops; fisheries; fowling; livestock; wildlife; woodland

Provost, Chas, 173

Pruwet:
-, Chris., 178
-, Hugh, 178
-, Ric., 91, 178

Pryde, Hen., 129

public buildings, 30, 98, 136, 170, 189

public services and utilities; see electricity; fire; gas; police; sanitation; telephones; water; see also under names of parishes

Pugin, A. W., architect, 101

punishment:
-, execution, 23, 43
-, fines or amercements, 4
-, house of correction, 34
-, prison or gaol, 4–5, 29, 34–5, 164
-, prisoners, 33–4
-, stocks, 33, 117, 150
-, tumbril, 5
-, whipping post, 150
-, and see courts; jurisdiction

Purcell, Rob., vicar of Meare, 137

Purdue:
-, R., bellfounder, 220
-, Ric., bellfounder, 31
-, Rob., bellfounder, 152
-, Thos, bellfounder, 82, 101n, 152, 211, 220
-, Wm, bellfounder, 211

Purlewent, Wm, 136

Pursey and Bacon Ltd, shoe mnfrs, 187

Pyke, Thos, bellfounder and brazier, 41, 138

Pylle, Rob. of, 63

Pylle, 216

Pyne:
-, Augustine, 88
-, Lewis, 88
-, Nic., 88

Q.

Quaish, see Wootton, North

Quakers, 24, 42, 101, 140, 162, 164, 181–2, 185, 193–6, 198, 212

Quarrying, 31, 96–7, 115, 182–4, 200, 213
-, building stone, 38, 115
-, lime and kilns, 115, 183–4, 207
-, paving, 184
-, plaster of Paris, 115
-, roadstone, 115, 207
-, and see mining; occupation

Queen Camel, Hazlegrove, 47

R.

Radcliffe:
-, Hen., earl of Sussex (d. 1593), 45
-, Rob., earl of Sussex, 45–6
-, Thos, earl of Sussex (d. 1583), 45

railways, see transport

Ralegh, Simon, 63

Raleigh, Walt., rector of Street, 192

Ralphs, Jn, surveyor, 192

Ramsbury, Rob. of, m. Joan Dyne, 158

rebellion, see war

recreation:
-, amateur dramatics, 76
-, church:
-,-, ales, 22, 37, 57, 117, 219 church hall, 88, 138, 212, 218 church ho., 72, 81, 100, 138, 151, 192, 210
-, circus, 22, 171
-, events:
-,-, Coronation dinner, 62 county ball, 22 fairs, 29 harvest home, 139, 219 holidays, 172 horticultural show, 62 revel, 105, 124, 124, 145, 171 tea, 171 visitation dinner, 116
-, facilities:
-,-, Assembly rooms, 22 cinema, 22, 124, 171–2 gymnasium, 171 park, 172 recreation ground, 201 village hall, 105, 142, 145, 201, 218
-, games:
-,-, ball games, 105 cards, 188 dice, 46, 188 skittles, 172
-, maypole, 22
-, men's club, 62
-, morris dancing, 22
-, puppets, 22
-, Robin Hood, 37
-, women's club, 192
-, and see dramatic arts; fowling; music; sport; tourism

recusants, 41; and see Roman Catholics

Redlake river, 103, 114, 213–14, 217

Reeve, Wm, 45

Reeves, Jn Fry, 14–15, 46, 48

refugees, 174; and see war; welfare

rents and payments:
-, abated, 94
-, brewing toll, 93
-, church scot, 49, 51, 65, 92, 112, 128, 147, 202
-, Easter light, 219
-,-, Peter's pence, 49, 147, 202–3
-, fee farm, 44, 48, 56, 62, 145
-, gifts, 49
-, grazing, 203–4
-, larder rents, 49, 92, 147
-, manor rents, 49, 51, 65–6, 92–3, 111–13, 130, 147, 159–60, 178–9, 203–4
-,-, capitation, 97 chevage, 129, 144, 147 gable, 49, 178, 202 gavel rents, 92, 147 hearthsilver [hertpeny], 49, 160 heriots, 50–1 marriage fines, 97
-, market and fair tolls, 28–9, 33
-,-, stedgabulum, 33 tolcorn, 33
-, moor, 149, 215
-, pension, 99, 162, 191
-, rack, 52, 94, 112, 130
-, rents in kind:
-,-, eggs, 65, 94 hens, 65, 92, 112 honey, 91–2, 128–9 mustard, 204 pepper, 110 poultry, 51, 94, 148, 204 wax, 110, 163, 178 wheat, 92
-, ship money, 28
-, St Dunstan's gift, 49, 51
-, vineyard, 49
-, and see tenure; tithes

Renynger, Jas, 42

retail trades and services:
-, butcher, 134, 157, 182, 218
-,-, shambles, 29
-, Chamber of Trade, 188
-, chemist, 32, 187–8
-, coal merchant, 97, 187
-, coal yard, 31
-, confectioner, 115, 187–8
-, Co-operative society, 97, 184, 188
-, draper, 32, 69, 187–8
-,-, linendraper, 218 mercer, 32, 69, 96–7
-, earthenware dealer, 188
-, financial services:
-,-, banks, 19, 32, 56, 150, 188 insurance companies, 32 savings bank, 56, 186
-, florist, 188
-, fried fish dealer, 150, 188
-, furniture dealer, 188
-, grocer, 7, 69, 115, 134, 161, 187–8, 206–7
-, hairdresser, 69, 188
-, hotels, 32, 188
-,-, coffee ho., 188 pub. hos, 16–17, 20–21, 21, 23, 26–7, 69–70, 80, 97, 115–16, 134–5, 188, 207, 216–7 refreshment and tearooms, 32, 115, 150, 188
-, ironmonger, 134, 188
-, jeweller, 188
-, laundry, 41
-, motor and transport services:
-,-, cycle agents, 32, 69, 150, 188 cycle repairer, 134 garage and motor repair, 69, 134, 150, 217 petrol sta., 157, 217
-, post office, 19, 69, 97, 115, 134, 218
-, printers, 32
-, professional services:
-,-, accountants, 32, 188 attorneys, 32 auctioneer, 32, 150, 188 photographer, 32, 188 solicitor, 188
-, shops, 17, 18, 19, 21, 29, 32, 69, 97, 115, 134, 149–50, 170, 184, 186–8, 196, 207, 217–18
-,-, berlin warehouse, 188 fancy repositories, 32, 188 shopkeeper, 69, 97, 115, 134, 161, 164, 187, 217 shopping mall, 186, 188 supermarket, 32, 188
-, sports goods dealer, 188
-, stationer, 188
-,-, bookseller, 207 newsagent, 69
-, timber yard, 31
-, tobacconist, 69, 188
-, trader in old clothes, 28
-, wireless dealer, 188
-, and see fairs; markets; occupation

Reymer, Rob. s. of, 174, 183

Reynolds, Wm, architect, 170, 187–8, 192, 196–7

Rich, Geo., 62

Richmond and Lennox, Frances, duchess of, 124

Riggs, Thos Medlycott, m. Cath. Webb, 86

Roach:
-, Jn, 127
-, Mrs, 24
-, T., and W., 146
-, Thos, 35

roads, see transport

Robert, Wm s. of, 174

Robinson, Jn, 86, 220

Rocke:
-, Eliza Mary, m. Douglas Hamilton McClean, 45
-, Emily Susannah, 45
-, Jas, 127, 181
-, Jn Jas (d. 1869), 45–6
-, Jn, vicar of Butleigh, 100
-, Mr, 98
-, Thos, 88
-, fam., 48

Rogers:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1567), 145
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1627), 145
-, Fr., 145
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1582), 145
-, Jn, 148, 172
-, Sir Jn (d. 1613), 110
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1605), 110

Rolf, Turstin s. of, 85, 92

Roman Catholics, 23, 41–2, 73, 195
-, Franciscans, 41
-, Jesuits, 41
-, Sacred Heart Fathers, 23, 25, 41
-, Sisters of Charity of St Louis, 25, 41

Rome, 192

Rood, Sarah, 195

Rook:
-, Julia, 176
-, Thos (d. 1715), m. Sarah Whittington, 173, 176
-, Thos (d. c. 1764), m. Julia Harries, 176
-, Whittington, 176

Rooke, Thos Matt., painter, 220

Ross, Chas Sydenham, 38

Roundway Park (Wilts.), 148

Rowle, Wm, vicar of Compton Dundon, 118

Royal Household:
-, cofferer, 62
-, master, 98n
-, tailor, 157
-, usher, 64

Russell, vicar of Meare, 137

Ryther:
-, Jn, Cofferer, 62
-, Jn the ygr, 62
-, Wm, 62

S.

Sackville, Maud, m. Sir Jn Kentwood, 77

Sadler, Edw., 187

Sadler Lockhill Ltd, 187

Sage, Sarah, 218

Saints, see, Augustine; Benedict; Benignus; Beonna; Bridget; Budoc; Catherine; Christopher; Clement; Dunstan; Erasmus; George; Gildas; Giles; Indracht; Joseph of Arimathea; Margret; Mary Magdalene; Nicholas; Patrick

Salisbury:
-, Cecily of, 202
-, Jn of, 202
-, Wm of, 202

Salisbury (Wilts.), 114
-, canon of, 192

Salvation Army, 43, 195

Salvo, Lucy Ann, marquise de, 154

Samuel:
-, Geo., 63
-, Wm, 63

Sandwich, earl of, see Montagu,

Sandys, Edwin, rector of Podimore Milton, 163

sanitation and public health, 76, 190
-, drains, 189–90
-, pollution, 187, 189
-, poor housing, 76, 169, 184
-, privy, 98, 190
-, sewage works, 183, 190

Saunders, Ben, 64

Savage, Rebecca, m. Ric. Grimstead, 63

school buildings, 24, 75, 102, 141–2, 196–8

Scoles, A. J., 41

Scotland, see Glasgow

Scott, Sir Geo. Gilb., architect, 24, 39

sculptors, see Gahagan; King; Moore

seals, 56–7

Seccombe, H. E., architect, 19

Sedding, J. D., architect, 40

Sedgemoor [King's Sedgemoor], 53, 82, 93–4, 103, 105, 112–14, 166, 200, 204–6, 208–9
-, Queen's Sedgemoor, 213, 216

Selwood, Jn., abbot of Glastonbury, 20, 47, 138, 178

serfs, 49, 65, 92, 111, 159, 178, 202; and see bondmen; manumission; neifs

settlement, 6, 10–11, 16–19, 43, 60, 76, 84–5, 103–4, 121, 144, 166–71, 200–01, 214
-, shrunken, 76, 155–6

Sever, Thos, 71

Seymour:
-, Algernon, duke of Som. (d. 1750), 125
-, Chas, duke of Som. (d. 1748), 125
-, Edw., duke of Som. (d. 1552), 3, 5, 45, 48, 51, 62, 85, 124, 145–6, 172, 201, 214
-, Edw., earl of Hertford (d. 1621), 48, 124, 127, 158
-, Eliz., m. Thos Bruce, earl of Ailesbury, 125, 214
-, Eliz., Baroness Percy, 125
-, Frances, see Howard
-, Frances, m. 2. Thos Wriothesley, earl of Southampton (d. 1681), 124
-, Fr., Baron Seymour, 125
-, Fr, duke of Som. (d. 1678), 125
-, Hen. Danby, 46
-, Jas, 195
-, Jane, m. Charles Boyle, Viscount Dungarvan, 124–5
-, Jn, carver, 211
-, Mary (d. 1673), 124–5,
-, Urry, m. Eliz. Meriet, 106
-, Wm, marquess of Hertford and duke of Som. (d. 1660), 124–5, 158

Shapwick, Walt., m. Isabel, 175

Shapwick, 4, 122, 130, 179
-, rwy sta., 134

Shapwick Heath, 9

Sharpham, 6, 14, 33, 43–4, 51–2, 57
-, agric., 51–2
-, park, 1, 47–8, 54, 198, 203

Shaw, Geo. B., 22

Shaw (Wilts.), 47

Sheppard:
-, Jn, 146
-, fam., 148

Sheppey river, 121–3

Shepton Mallet, 150, 185, 188
-, almshouse, 128
-, Bowlish, 47
-, nonconf., 220
-, school, 128

Shepton Mallet poor-law union, 80

Shepton Mallet rural district, 80

Shepton Mallet turnpike trust, 7, 56

Sherborne, Clement of, 91n

Sherborne (Dors.), 31
-, Castle estate, 157

Sherston:
-, Chas. Davis, 128
-, Jn (d. 1897), 128
-, Jn Davis, 139, 215
-, Pet. (d. 1820), 128
-, Pet. (d. 1834), 128

Shirreve, Thos, m. Margery, 158

Shirwold, 87

shoemaking, 2, 31, 69, 96, 115, 134, 166, 184–7, 207
-, boxes, 187
-, factories, 184–7, 186, 217
-, lasts, 186
-, leatherboard, 187
-, machinery, 185, 187
-, slippers, 185
-, workshops, 169, 185
-, shoemaking occupations:
-,-, binder, 69, 96, 185, 207 clicker, 185 closer, 185 cutter, 207 fitter, 207 riveter, 207 shoemaker, 181, 185, 207 and see occupations

Shropshire, see Madeley

Shuckborough:
-, Jn, 127
-, Mary, m. Jn How, 127

Simon, Jn, 129

Site of Special Scientific Interest, 84, 124, 166

Skimmington ride, 62

Skipper, Geo., architect, 98, 170–1, 186

Slade:
-, Jas, 154
-, Ric., 148
-, Ric., m. Anne Moore, 146

Smale, Rog., m. Joan, 77

Smith:
-, Geo. (fl. 1668), m. Joan Ham, 111
-, Geo. (fl. 1735), s. of Geo., 111
-, Geo. (d. 1874), 176
-, Jn, 47
-, Rob., 47
-, Thos, vicar of Compton Dundon, 118

Smithfield, Jn, 91

Smuts, Gen., 197

Smythe, Wm, architect, 38

Smythes:
-, Geo., 62
-, Jn, 62
-, Thos, 62

social hist., see education; emigration; medical services; poverty; welfare

Society of Friends, see Quakers

Sodbury, Adam of, abbot of Glastonbury, 58, 125

Soho (Mdx), 193

Some, Thos, 44

Somerset, duke of, 20, 30, 42, 91; and see Seymour

Somerset:
-, county council, 46, 197, 215
-, county magistrates, 29, 33–4
-, county town, 33
-, county treasurer of hospitals, 26

Somerset and Dorset Joint railway, 9

Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society, 133

Somerset Central railway, 9

Somerton, 35, 84, 103, 108–9, 139
-, church, 117
-, manor, 109
-, market, 28

Somerton hundred, 116
-, courts, 116

Somerville:
-, Geo., m. Eliz. Hicks, 127
-, Wm, m. Jane 127

South Africa, shoe exports to, 185; and see Cape; Grahamstown; Smuts

South Drain, 121–2, 190

South Moor, in Butleigh, Glastonbury; and Street, 53, 82, 84, 93–4, 180, 182

South Moor Drain, 187

South Somerset [Yeovil] dist, 117, 162

Southampton, countess of, see Seymour

Southey, Rob., poet, 101

Southtown, see Pennard, West

Southwood, see Baltonsborough

Spaxton:
-, manor, 108
-, Stockland Lovel, 108

Speke, Nic., 45, 47, 51

sport:
-, archery, 22, 208
-, athletic grd, 22
-, backsword, 22
-, beagles, 22
-, bear baiting, 22
-, bowls, 87, 105, 172
-, cricket, 22, 85, 106, 172, 201
-, cycling, 22
-, fives, 22, 105, 152
-, fishing, 132
-, foot races, 22
-, football, 22, 124, 172, 201
-, golf, 105–6
-, greyhounds, 85, 105
-, hockey, 22
-, shooting, 206
-, squash, 172
-, swimming, 22, 170, 172
-, tennis, 22, 76, 172
-, women's cricket, 62
-, women's cycling, 62

Spratt or Pratt, Thos, rector of Podimore Milton, 163

St Audries, Lord, see Hood

St Clare:
-, Jn, 88
-, Ric. (fl. 1327), 88
-, Ric. (d. 1363), 88
-, Rob., 88
-, Sibyl, 88

St Elena, Jn, 176

St John, Hen., m. Barbara Bladen, 46

St Albans abbey (Herts.), 11

St David's, Wales, canon of, 100

Stafford:
-, Alice, m. Edm. Cheyne, 107
-, Sir Hum. (d. 1413), 106–7
-, Sir Hum. (d. 1442), 107
-, Wm, m. Cath., 107

Stagg, Jack, 28

stained glass, see architectural decoration

Stamp, Tim., 64

Stanhope, Edw., m. Susan Coleshill, 127

Staresmore, Anne, 146

Stawell:
-, Geo. (d. 1669), 109
-, Jn (d. 1541), 109
-, Sir Jn (d. 1603), 109
-, Sir Jn (d. 1604), 109
-, Sir Jn (d. 1662), 109, 172
-, Jn, Baron Stawell (d. 1692), 109
-, Ralph, Baron Stawell (d. 1689), 109
-, Rob. (d. 1449), 109
-, Rob. (d. 1508), 109
-, Walt., m. Joan Farway, 109

steam power, see agriculture; mills

Steanbow, see Pennard, West

Sticklinch, Wm of, 145

Stileway, see Meare

Stillingfleet, Jn, 173

Stone:
-, Jn, 148
-, Thos, 148
-, Wm, 46
-, Wm, s. of Jn, 148

storm, 206

Stourhead (Wilts.), 58

Stowell, Jn, 21

Stowey, Nether, 108

Strangways:
-, Eliz., m. Jas, duke of Hamilton and Brandon, 107
-, Eliz., m. Stephen Fox, 107
-, Sir Giles (d. 1547), 107–8
-, Giles (d. 1596), 107
-, Giles (d. 1675), 107
-, Hen., 107
-, Jn (d. 1593), 107
-, Sir Jn (d. 1666), 107, 109, 117
-, Sus., m. Thos. Horner, 107
-, Thos (d. 1713), 107, 110
-, Thos (d. 1726), 107
-, Thos, m. Eleanor Cheyne, 107
-, fam., 106, 114
-, and see Horner

Strasbourg, 30

Stratford le Bow (Essex), 127

Stratton on the Fosse, rector, 163

Street (Leigh), 1–2, 4, 6–7, 31, 38, 53–5, 57, 69–70, 82, 84, 89, 91, 103, 110, 125, 134, 165–98, 165, 167–8, 179, 201, 203
-, agric., 178–82
-,-, fields, 179–80, 183
-, Bd of Health, 189–90
-, Blagrove, 166, 168, 173, 181–2
-, Bowling Green, 184, 187, 189
-, buildings, 167–71, 169–70, 172–9, 177, 186, 189, 192–3
-,-, leatherboard mill, 207 pound, 204
-, charities, 190
-,-, church, 166, 190–3, 193, 208
-,-, building, 192–3 church ho., 192 glebe, 191, 202 Mission church, 193 rector, 192, 210, see Best; Boket; Collyns; Foliano; Lax; Foliano; Glanvill; Merriman; Raleigh; Thomas; Thurlow; Thynne; Westmancote rectory, 189, 191–2, 202, 209 tithes, 191
-, courts, 189, 208
-, econ. hist., 178–88
-,-, industry, 184–7 quarries, 183–4, 207 shoe factory, 184–7, 186, 207 trades, 187–8
-, fair and market, 188
-, Ivythorn, 162, 166, 168, 172, 180–3, 193, 202
-, Ivythorn Hill, 165–6, 172, 183, 207
-, Leigh, 109, 172, 174–5, 178, 180, 183
-, Leigholt, 181–2
-, local govt., 189–90
-,-, par. officers, 189–90
-, Lower Leigh, 166–8, 198
-, manors, 167, 172–8, 181, 190, 192, 206–7
-,-, Ivythorn, manor, 175–8, 177, 183, 204 manor ho., 172–4 manor officers, 178–9
-, Marshal's Elm, 85, 166, 168, 172, 181, 183, 188
-, Middle Leigh, 166–8, 170, 173, 181–2, 184, 194
-, mills, 129, 182–3, 187
-, moors, 180, 182–3
-, nonconf., 193–5, 212
-,-, chapels, 194–5
-, Overleigh, 166, 168, 170–1, 182, 196–8
-, pop., 168–9, 171
-, pub. hos, 188
-, pub. services, 190
-, schools, 170, 174, 194–8
-,-, Millfield school, 25, 75, 198, 210
-, sett., 166–71
-, soc. life, 171–2,
-, Stone Hill, 169
-, Street Cross, 167–8, 174, 183, 187–8
-, streets:
-,-, East Lane, 169 Gape Lane, 167, 194 Godswell Rd, 194–5 High St, 166–7, 169–71, 174, 184, 186, 188–9, 192, 194–6 Grange Rd, 174 Leigh Rd, 171–2, 188–9, 195, 197 Orchard Rd, 169, 169, 194–6 Pound Lane, 195 Somerton Lane [Rd], 169, 187–8 Vestry Rd, 167–8, 186, 192–3, 198 Water Lane, 167–9, 188, 190 Wilfrid Rd, 169, 170
-, West End, 169, 188, 190, 196

Street urban dist, 35, 170, 183, 190

Strete, Ric., 158

Strode:
-, Chas, 92
-, Edw., 136
-, Frances, m. Jos. Coombe, 136
-, Geo., 92
-, Jn, 108
-, Thos, 64, 85, 90
-, Wm (d. 1660), 172–3
-, Wm (d. 1666), 24, 44–5, 52
-, Wm (d. 1695), 45, 53, 172–3, 180
-, Wm (d. c. 1740), m. Alice Yeates, 108
-, Wm (d. 1747), m. Jane Langhorne, 28, 45, 172–3
-, Wm (d. c. 1781), 108
-, Yeates, 108
-, fam., 109, 128, 174

Sturt, Hum., 44

Stury, Lady Alice, 109

Summa, Martin de, vicar of Butleigh, 99

sundial, 220

Surrey, earl of, see FitzAlan

Surrey, 94

Sussex, earl of, see Radcliffe

Sussex, see Bosham

Sutton Mallet, 106

Swadlin, Wm, m. Ann Bower, 127

Swaffield, Jn, m. Eliz. Kentwood, 77

Sweden, 41

Swedenborgians [New Church], 195

Sweeting:
-, Hen., 146
-, Hen., the ygr, 146

Sydenham, Jn, 33

Symcox:
-, Chr., 86, 98–9
-, Dyer, 98
-, Thos (d. 1619), m. Alice, 86, 90
-, Thos, m. Dorothy, 86, 90–1, 93
-, Wm, 91
-, fam., 100

Symes:
-, Meriel, 47
-, Ric., and s. Ric., 78

T.

Talbot, Thos, 51

Tanner, Osmond the, 31

Tasmania, emigration to, 62

Taunton, Walt. of, abbot of Glastonbury, 86

Taunton, 134, 166, 172, 196, 200, 211
-, archd., 78
-, St Mary, 39

taverner, Jn the, 20

Taylor:
-, Sir Chas, 125
-, Emily, m. Wm Brougham, 125
-, Pet., 125

telephones, 35

temperance, 171, 194

Temple, Countess, see Grenville

tenure:
-, holy loaf, 72, 192
-, old auster, 130
-, unfree, see bondmen; manumission; neifs; serfs; villeins

Thirkelby, Yorks., 101

Thomas, Josiah, rector of Street, 192

Thorne, Jn, monk of Glastonbury, 23

Thristle, Jas, 127

Thurlow, Thos, rector of Street, 192

Thurstan, abbot of Glastonbury, 11

Thynne:
-, Sir Jn, 48, 201
-, Lord Jn, rector of Street and Walton, 192, 211
-, Thos, 48
-, fam., 201

Tilham Street, see Baltonsborough

Tilley, G. M., architect, 19

Tintinhull, fair, 31

Tipping, Avray, 90

Titherley, Wm of, rector of Butleigh, 100

tithes, 48, 58, 67, 71, 79, 81, 99, 117, 128, 137, 148, 151, 162, 191, 215, 219

Tok:
-, Jn le, 91
-, Rob. le (fl. 1204), 91
-, Rob. le (fl. 1327), 91, 96
-, Rog. le, 91
-, Walt. le, 91
-, Wm le, 91
-, and see Cok

tourism, 6, 15, 22–3, 32; and see pilgrimages

trade unionism, 186

trade:
-, agric. produce, 95, 180–1
-, imports to Glastonbury abbey, 32
-, imports from Ireland, 30
-, imports from Wales, fleeces, 50
-, imports, skins, 184
-, peat, 134
-, river, 7, 143
-, shoe exports, 185

transport:
-, air, 156
-, bus, 182, 185
-, coach, 187
-, haulage, 187, 189
-, horse, 147, 187
-, peat tramway, 134
-, railway, 9, 31, 95, 134, 143, 150, 181
-, steam car, 95
-, water transport:
-,-, boats, 68, 95, 122
-, and see archaeology; communications; labour services

transportation of convicts, 62

Trayne:
-, Mary, m. Jn Dinnes, 111
-, Thos, 111

trees:
-, alder, 53, 68, 130–1, 149, 182, 206
-, apple, 94, 161, 206
-, ash, 53–4, 68, 78, 96, 114, 131, 149, 160, 206
-, avenues, 78, 87
-, birch, 131
-, conifers, 114
-,-, cedar, 87 deodar, 87 fir, 114, 131, 206 larch, 114 Scots pine, 114
-, date palms, 68
-, elm, 53, 78, 101, 114, 131, 149, 206, 209
-, hazel, 114
-, maple, 54, 96, 114, 206
-, oak, 53–4, 68, 78, 87, 96, 114, 124, 131, 149, 160, 182, 206
-, sallows, 93
-, thorn, 53, 68, 96, 182
-, willow, 52–3, 93, 131, 183, 206
-, yew, 117
-, and see crops; orchard; woodland

Treloggan, Geo., and wife, 48

Trent, Wm of, 158

Trevelyan, Chas., 171

Trivet, Hugh, m. Eve of Greinton, 159

turbary, 1, 98, 130–1, 133–5, 135, 137, 204–6, 208

Turner, J. F., architect, 210

Tuson, Geo., 173–4

Tyler, Owen, vicar of N. Wootton, 219

U.

United Reformed church, 42, 194

Upper Brue Drainage Bd, 134

usher, Adam the, 147

utilities, see public services and utilities

V.

Victoria, queen, 62, 146

villeins, 49, 65, 91, 111, 158–9, 175, 178, 202; and see bondmen; manumission; neifs; serfs

Vinetur:
-, Adam, 201
-, Geof., 201
-, Geof., the ygr, 201

vineyard, 1, 6, 14, 49, 128–9, 175, 182, 216
-, grape harvesters, 49

Vivonia, see Forz

Vocle, Wm, 110

volunteers, 162

W.

Wade, Nath., 173

Wadham:
-, And., 48, 64, 90
-, Edw., 128

Wadley, Thos, 63

Wake, Dr Bart., 136

Waldegrave fam., 108

Wales, prince of, see Charles, Henry

Wales, 50, 185; and see St David's

Waleys:
-, Hugh de, 77, 202
-, Rob., 110

Walgrave, Jn, vicar of Compton Dundon, 118

Wallis, fam., 92

Walter:
-, Jn, 63
-, Ph., m. Mary, 63
-, Thos, 63
-, Wm s. of, 146–7
-, Wm, 63

Walton, or Winton:
-, Sir Bernard of, 201
-, Joan, 65
-, Jn of (fl. early 13th cent.), 201
-, Jn of (d. by 1280), m. Lucy, 202
-, Margaret, m. Mr Martin, 65
-, Osmond of, 201
-, Reynold of, 202
-, Ric. (d. 1581), 65, 89
-, Ric. (d. 1658), 65
-, Rob. of, 202
-, Thos, 65
-, Wm of (fl. c. 1262), 201
-, Wm of (minor 1280), 202
-, Wm (fl. 1562), 65, 68
-, fam., 64, 175

Walton, 1, 54, 82, 106, 176, 179, 183–4, 192, 195, 197, 198–212, 199
-, agric., 202–5
-,-, fields, 200, 202, 204 inclosure, 198
-, Asney, 198, 200
-, buildings, 200–1, 209, 210, 211
-,-, pound, 208
-, church, 191, 208–11, 211
-,-, building, 210–11 church ho., 210 glebe, 202, 209 rector, 205, 209–10, 212; and see Hickley; Laughnan; Thynne rectory, 202, 204, 206, 208–10, 209 tithes, 208–9
-, courts, 189, 205, 208
-, econ. hist., 202–7
-,-, quarries, 200, 207 trades, 207
-, local govt., 208
-,-, par. officers, 208
-, manor and estate, 48, 191, 201–2, 204
-,-, manor ho., 201 manor and par. officers, 208
-, mill, 206
-, moors, 198, 200, 205
-, nonconf., 212
-, pop., 200–01
-, pub. hos, 207
-, school, 195, 212
-, sett., 200–01
-, turbary, 206, 208
-, Walton Hill, 2, 200
-, Whitley, 200, 204
-, woodland, 205–6

war:
-, 1497 rebellion, 27
-, 1665–6 rebellion, 28
-, Civil, 28, 85, 163, 172
-, First World, 174
-, memorial, 164
-, Monmouth rebellion, 28, 172
-, Napoleonic, 28
-, Second World, 185, 190, 197
-, Spanish civil, 174

Warbeck, Perkin, 27

Ward, Chas, m. Eliz., 157

Ward and Nixon, glass stainers, 101, 193

Warde, Ralph, 110

Warman, Wm, 33

Warre, Fr., and s. Fr., 63

Warren:
-, Joan, see Grimstead
-, Dr Jn, 63

warren, 105

Wason:
-, Joan, m. John Appleton, 91
-, Wm, 88, 91

water, 55
-, curative, 22–3
-, polluted, 76, 187
-, supply, 16, 34–5, 56, 189–90
-, surveyors of watercourses, 150
-, water management:
-,-, conduit, 19, 22, 28, 29, 35, 56–7 dams, 55 horsepond, 57 mere, 120, 122, 130 pump, 94, 189, 208 reservoir, 35, 57, 190 rhynes and ditches, 114, 116, 120–2, 135, 155, 160, 189, 208 well, 16, 76, 94, 190, 208
-, and see Commissioners of Sewers; communications; fisheries; flooding; sanitation

Watts, Mary Flower, 45

Webb:
-, Anne, w. of Jn (d. 1672), 86
-, Cath., m. Thos Medlycott Riggs, 86
-, Jas (d. 1690), 94
-, Jas, m. Cath., 86
-, Jn (d. 1672), architect, 86, 90
-, Jn (d. 1712), m. Eliz. Medlycott, 86
-, Wm, 90–1

Wedmore, 121–2, 129
-, Clewer, 5
-, Panborough, 2–3, 5, 43, 135, 137

Wedmore turnpike trust, 122

welfare:
-, bastardy, 70
-, coal club, 56
-, evacuees, 174, 220
-, institutions:
-,-, children's homes, 189 day centre, 197 orphanage, 25 poorhouse, 57, 70, 72, 80, 98, 117, 135–6, 150, 154, 162, 189, 218 soup kitchen, 56 workhouse, 57
-, pauper apprenticeship, 56, 98
-, poor relief, 56, 70, 80, 98, 116–17, 135–6, 150, 162, 189, 208, 218
-, savings bank, 56, 186
-, and see charities; friendly socs; medical services; poverty; sanitation

Wells, Jas, bellfounder, 82

Wells, 6–7, 16, 21, 45, 51, 78, 122, 137, 148, 157, 210, 213–14
-, almshouse, 51
-, archd., 4, 158, 160, 163; and see Bitton; Law
-, classis, 137
-, Co-operative soc., 188
-, Dulcote, 214
-, fair, 217
-, Harper's almshouse, 215
-, hospital, 136
-, Recorder of, 44
-, rwy, 9
-, schools, 141, 154
-, Southway, 7
-, St Cuthbert, 215
-, Worminster, 218

Wells cathedral, 49, 109, 117, 158, 219
-, canon of, 100; and see Bourne
-, communar, 99
-, dean of, 129–30, 132–3, 192
-, deanery, 215
-, cathedral, Lady Chapel, 215
-, precentor, 215, 218–19
-, school, 41
-, succentor, 215
-, vicars choral, 147

Wells poor-law union, 57, 71, 80, 98, 150, 189, 208

Wells rural dist, 57, 71, 98, 135–6, 150, 208

Wells turnpike trust, 7, 166, 200

Wesleyan Methodists, 24, 42, 73, 102, 120, 141, 153–4, 194–6, 212

West Bradley, see Bradley, West

West Camel, see Camel, West

West Lydford, see Lydford, West

West Pennard, see Pennard, West

West Town, see Baltonsborough

West:
-, Jn, 125
-, fam., 125

Westhay:
-, Hugh of, 128
-, Wm of, 128

Westhay, 120, 122–4, 124, 131, 133–4, 136
-, agric., 129
-, manor, 128
-, moor, 130, 137
-, nonconf., 141
-, park, 129
-, pub. hos, 135
-, school, 137, 141–2

Westholme, see Pilton

Westlake, N.J., glass stainer, 39

Westmancote, Jn, rector of Street 192

Westminster (Mdx), abbey, 10, 192

Westonzoyland, 206

Weymouth, Viscount, see Thynne

Weymouth (Dors.), 190

Whaits, W., vicar of Godney, 139

Whitelake river, 142–3, 213

Whiting:
-, Jas. Burgess, 154
-, Ric., abbot of Glastonbury, 1, 23, 43, 47

Whitley hundred, 116, 190
-, bailiwick, 178
-, court, 162
-, plea ho., 198

Whitmore, Sus., m. 1. J. B. Hawkins; 2. T. Ainsworth, 173–4, 195

Whitstone hundred, 70, 80, 218
-, court, 70, 80, 218

Whittaker, Lawr., 62

Whittington:
-, And. (d. 1634), 173, 175–6
-, Fr. (d. 1605), m. Bridget, 173, 176
-, Hen. (d. 1603), m. Phillippa, 173, 176
-, Jn (d. 1667), 173, 176
-, Jn (fl. 1699), 173, 176
-, Mary, m. 2. Jerrard Newcourt, 176
-, Sarah, m. Thos Rook, 173, 176
-, Sus., m. Edm. Arundel, 173, 176
-, Wm (d. 1672), 176

Wick, see Glastonbury

wildlife, 54
-, anthills, 68
-, deer, 54
-, game, 113, 206
-, hare, 105
-, molecatchers, 70, 208
-, otters, 142
-, rabbits, 94, 205
-, slugs, 95
-, vermin bounties, 70, 189
-, wildfowl, 114
-, and see birds; fish; fowling; livestock

Wilkins, Sam., 206

Willcox:
-, Dr W. J. W., 27
-, Wm, architect, 190

Willement, Wm, glass stainer, 101

Willis, Hen., 39

Willman, J. E., architect, 42

Willoughby, Rob., 107

Wilson, Thos, 172

Wilton, 45

Wiltshire, 209; and see Aldbourne; Roundway Park; Salisbury; Shaw; Stourhead

Wincanton, 155

Winchester, Rob., abbot of Glastonbury, 11, 183, 215

Winchester (Hants):
-, St Cross, 11
-, St Giles fair, 79

Winchilsea, earl of, see Finch

Windsor (Berks.), dean of, 86

Winterhay, Mr, 16

Winton, see Walton

Wiseman, Rob., bellfounder, 152

Wood:
-, Chas., m. Lydia, 173
-, Frances H., writer, 173
-, Nic. of the, 89
-, R. N., 173

woodland, 6, 49, 54, 60, 64, 66, 68, 94–6, 103, 111–13, 128, 131, 149, 160, 166–7, 182–3, 202, 205–6, 217
-, avenue, 78, 87
-, bark, 206
-, faggots, 53–4, 114, 206
-, firewood, 1, 68, 96, 129, 178, 180
-, pinetum, 87
-, timber, 54, 68, 96
-, underwood, 92–3, 96, 112–13, 149, 182, 206, 217
-, and see crops; produce; trees

Wookey, 121, 129
-, Bleadney, 5

Wootton:
-, Edw., 109
-, Mark of, 89
-, Rob. of, 89

Wootton, North, 1–3, 5–6, 22, 36, 147, 213–20, 213
-, agric., 216
-,-, fields, 214, 216
-, Barrow, 213–14
-, buildings, 214–15, 217, 218–20, 219
-, charities, 218
-, church, 215, 218–20, 219
-,-, building, 219–20 church ho., 218–19 rectory, 219, 220 tithes, 215, 219 vicar, 219; and see Tyler vicarage, 218–19
-, courts, 216
-, econ. hist., 216–18
-,-, trades, 217–18
-, Edwick [Yadwick], 213–15
-, Launcherley, 213–15, 217
-, local govt., 218
-, manor and estates, 214–15
-, mills, 217, 219
-, moors, 213, 215–16
-, nonconf., 220
-, North Town, 213–14, 216–18
-, poor, 218
-, pop., 214
-, pub. hos, 217
-, Quaish, 213–15
-, schools, 218, 220
-, sett., 214
-, tithings, 218

Worcester (Worcs.), 48, 187

Wormshill, see Baltonsborough

Wright, G. W., 25

Wyatt, Josiah, rector of Podimore Milton, 163

Wykes, Edw., m. Jane, 146

Wylcocks, Thos, 130

Y.

Yadwick:
-, Baldwin of, 215
-, Joan of, m. Thos Andrew, 215
-, Jn of, 215
-, Rob. of (fl. early 12th cent.), 215
-, Rob. of (fl. 1189), 215
-, Rog. of, 215
-, Thos of (fl. c. 1316), 215
-, Thos of (fl. late 14th cent.), 215
-, Wm of (fl. mid 13th cent.), 215, 217
-, Wm of (fl. 1278), 215
-, Wm of, the ygr (fl. 1301), 215

Yate:
-, Chas, m. Mary Hicks, 127
-, Jn, 127

Yeates:
-, Alice, m. Wm Strode, 108
-, Mary, 108

Yeovil dist., see South Somerset dist

Yeovil poor law union, 162

Yeovil, 111

Yeovilton:
-, Margery of, m. Thos Payne, 158
-, Pet. of, m. Idonea, 158
-, Ralph of, 158

Yeovilton, 155
-, church, 162
-, rector, 163
-, RNAS, 156

Youth Hostel Assocn, 172