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Janet Cooper, C R Elrington (Editors), A P Baggs, Beryl Board, Philip Crummy, Claude Dove, Shirley Durgan, N R Goose, R B Pugh, Pamela Studd, C C Thornton

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'Index: A-J', A History of the County of Essex: Volume 9: The Borough of Colchester (1994), pp. 419-429. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22023 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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A, Herman van,

Abberton,

Abbey field,

Abbeygate Street,

Abbeygate works,

Abbot, John,

Abell, Francis,

Abraham, John,

Adam of the castle,

Adam son of Stephen,

Adams:
-, Capt.,
-, Dorothy, see Martin
-, John (fl. 1786),
-, John (fl. 1891),

Addedomaros, king of the Trinovantes,

Adminius, son of Cunobelin,

admiralty and lord high admiral,

Aelfflaed, dau. of Ealdorman Aelfgar, m. Brihtnoth,

Aelfgar, ealdorman of Essex,

Aelfgeat (fl. c. 1000),

Aelfwold (fl. c. 1000),

Aethelflaed, dau. of Ealdorman Aelfgar, m. King Edmund,

Aethelmaer (fl. c. 1000),

Affleck, Adm. Sir Edm.,

Ager:
-, A. M.,
-, David,

Agnes, Thos.,

Agnis, John,

agriculture;and see Berechurch; Greenstead; Lexden; Mile End
-, common fields of the borough,
-, dairy farms or wicks,

airfield, military,

Albemarle, duke of, see Monk

Albert hall,

Albert School of Science and Art,

Alderton, Cath. B.,

Aldham,

Aldham (Suff.),

Aldridge, A. G.,

Aldus:
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,

ale, assize of,

Alexander the taverner,

Alexander, Levi,

Algar, Ralph,

Algood:
-, Alice, see Bulbeck
-, John,
-, fam.,

All Saints' parish, buildings and growth,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, detached part,
-, educ.,
-, poor relief,
-, rectors of, and see Boissard; Forster, Nat.; Hickeringill; John

Allen:
-, Hugh,
-, John,
-, Mary Ann,

Almshouse Lane,

almshouses and hospitals, and see St. Mary Magdalen's hospital

Alphamstone,

Alpheton (Suff.),

Alresford,

Alvey, Ric.,

Ames, Wm.,

Amiens (France),

Anabaptists,

anchorites,

Andrews:
-, J.,
-, Thos.,

Angel Court,

Angel inn,

Angel Lane, see West Stockwell Street

Angier:
-, Bezaliel,
-, Sam.,

Anne, queen,

Anschetil (fl. c. 1140),

apothecaries, see surgeons

apprenticeship,
-, of paupers,

Archer:
-, Geo.,
-, Sir Wm.,

archery, see sports

architects see Barnes; Belcher; Binyon; Blomfield, Sir A.; Blore; Brandon, Raphael; Brown, John; Butcher; Butterfield; Capon; Chancellor; Cheeseman; Clarke, J.; Coggin; Cooke, Jas. S.; Cressall; Deane; Downie; French, G. R.; Goodey; Hakewill; Hayward, H., and Son, H. H., and H. W.; Hopper; Jackson, T. G.; Laing, David; Lay, Wm.; Lee, E. C.; Lucas Bros.; Lugar; Mason, Wm. (fl. 1837); Massey; Morris, F. E.; Neill; Poulton; Price, John (fl. 1713); Rolfe; Sargent; Scoles; Scott, Sir Geo. Gilbert; Sisson; Staines; Stevens, H. P.; Teulon; Thomas, Bryan; Thompson, J., and M. G.; Town; Whitmore, F.; Wyatt, J. H., and Sam.

Arclight works,

Ardern, Ralph of,

Ardleigh,

Argent, Wm.,

Argentine, John,

Armada,

Arrowsmith:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Sarah, m. Phil. Roberts,

Arthur Street,

artists, see Archer, Sir Wm.; Carter, Geo.

Arts Council,

Asbury, Francis,

Ashby, Ric.,

Ashwell, Jas.,

Askey, Arthur,

Assemblies of God,

Aston or le Salter, Peter,

Athelstan, king,

Attlee, Clement,

Atwell:
-, Adam,
-, Warin,

Atwood, Thos.,

Audley:
-, Anne, w. of Hen.,
-, Cath., see Southwell
-, Christine, see Barnardiston
-, Hen. (d. 1714),
-, Sir Hen. (d. c. 1672),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos., Lord Audley (d. 1544),
-, Thos. (d. 1558),
-, Thos. (d. 1572),
-, Thos. (d. 1588),
-, Thos. (d. 1697),
-, fam.,

Augustus, emperor,

Aulus Plautius,

Aunger, Mic.,

Austen, Edw.,

Australia,

Avenue, the,

Avignon (France),

Aylesbury (Bucks.),

Aylett, Rob.,

Aylmer, John, bp. of London,

Azores,

Back Lane,

Bacon (Bacun):
-, John,
-, Sir Francis,
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Saer,

Badcock, John,

Bagnall, John,

Baha'i faith,

Bailey:
-, J. T.,
-, P. H. Warwick,

Baker:
-, John (fl. 1451),
-, John (d. 1775),
-, Wal., and his w. Gillian,

bakers,
-, la bacherie,

Baldwin, bailiff of Colch.,

Baldwin, John,

Balkerne gate,

Balkerne Hill,

Balkerne Lane,

Ball Alley,

Ball:
-, John (fl. 1381),
-, John (fl. 1380s, another),

Balliol College, Oxford,

ballooning, see sports

Baltic sea,

Banbrick, Wm.,

Banister, Jos.,

Bank of England,

banking,

Baptists,
-, Eld Lane ch.,

Barber, J.,

Barclay's Bank,

Bardfield, John,

Bare, John Halls,

Barfield, Mary,

Baring:
-, Fred.,
-, Thos.,

Barker:
-, Bestney,
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob. (fl. 1489),
-, Rob. (d. c. 1618),
-, Rob. (d. 1679),
-, fam.,

Barking,

Barlow:
-, Nat.,
-, Thos.,

Barnaby:
-, Cath., see Knevett
-, John,

Barnardiston:
-, Christine, m. Sir Thos. Audley,
-, Eliz.,

Barnes, F.,

Baron:
-, John,
-, Stephen,

Barrack Street, see Magdalen Street

barracks,
-, hosp.,
-, Napoleonic,
-, later 19th-cent.,
-, 20th-cent.,
-, and see garrison

Barrington:
-, Abraham,
-, Hen. (d. 1624),
-, Hen. (fl. 1640s),
-, John,
-, Sir Thos.,

Barrington Road,

Barritt, E. H.,

Barwick:
-, Maud, m. Edm. Harmanson,
-, Peter,

Bashford, Rob.,

Basil, Martin (three of the name),

Basildon,

Baskerfield, Thos., and his w. Sophia,

Basset, Guy,

Bastwick, John,

Batchelor, Hen.,

Bateman, Ralph,

Bath (Som.),

baths, public, and see sports and pastimes: swimming

Battle:
-, Cath., see Blunt
-, Margery, m. Wm. Sutton,
-, Ric.,

battles, rebellions, and other military incidents,
-, revolt of 1381,
-, and see Armada; Boudican revolt

Battles brook, see Birch brook

Battleswick,
-, cts.,

Batty, T.,

Bau, Ric. le,

Baude, Agnes, m. Rob. Tey,

Baudechoun, Marg.,

Bawtree:
-, Geo.,
-, John (fl. 1811),
-, John (fl. 1876),
-, Sam.,

bay and say trade, and see baymakers

Bayes, Thos.,

Bayles:
-, Phil.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1659),
-, Thos. (fl. 1764),

baymakers,

Bayn, John,

Baynard:
-, Ric. (d. c. 1278),
-, Ric. (fl. 1417),
-, Ric. (d. c. 1433, another),

Baynham, Edm.,

Beachy Head (Suss.),

Beacon, Nic.,

Beaconsfield Road,

Bear, Thos. Mayhew,

Bear Lane,

bear-baiting, see sports

Beard, R. B.,

bearstake,

Beast Lane,

Beaufort, Hen., bp. of Winchester,

Beaumont, Rob., earl of Leicester,

Beaumont cum Moze,

Beche:
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos., see Marshall

Beck, Hen.,

Becket:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Beirs Lane,

Bek, Vincent van der,

Belch, Rob.,

Belchamp St. Paul,

Belcher, Sir John,

Belgium, and see Brabant; Bruges; Flanders

Belhus, Thos. de,

Belle Vue Road,

bellfounders, and see Boler; Bowell; Chamberlain; Gardiner; Gray, Miles; Hill, Ric.; Jordan; Kebyll; Mears; Mott, - Thornton, -

Benard, Armand,

Benedict, Jewish bailiff,

benefit societies, see societies

Benet, reeve of Colch.,

Benfleet, North,

Benhale, Rob. of,

Benham:
-, Chas.,
-, Edw., and his w. Mary,
-, G. C.,
-, Hervey,
-, Wm. Gurney,
-, fam.,

Benham and Co.,

Benham Newspapers Ltd.,

Bennet (Bennett):
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Bennington (Lincs.),

Bensusan-Butt:
-, G. C.,
-, Ruth,
-, fam.

Bentham, Jeremy,

Bentley, Great,

Bentley, Little,

Bere Lane,

Berechurch,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, as part of borough of Colch.,
-, boundaries,
-, bridges,
-, ch.,
-, educ.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, heaths,
-, ind.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho. (Berechurch Hall),
-, military corrective centre,
-, par. officers,
-, park,
-, place-name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, tithe,
-, woodland,

Bergholt:
-, Ric. of,
-, Wm.,

Bergholt, East (Suff.),

Bergholt, West,
-, New bridge,
-, Newbridge mill,

Bergholt Road,

Beriff:
-, Austin,
-, John,
-, Wm. (d. 1595),
-, Wm. (d. 1628),
-, Wm. (fl. 1628),

Berisland,

Berkshire, see Wallingford

Bernard:
-, John,
-, Wal.,

Berners, Lord, see Bourchier

Bernholt, Edw. of,

Berwick-on-Tweed (Northumb.),

Besse, Jos.,

Bessell, Martin,

Best:
-, John (fl. 1380s),
-, John (d. c. 1571),
-, Rob.,

Bethnal Green (Mdx.),

Betts, Stephen,

Bevan:
-, Hen. Ennew,
-, Issac,
-, Sally, m. Wm. Turner,

Bigod:
-, Hugh, earl of Norfolk,
-, Rog., earl of Norfolk,

Billericay,

Billson, A. M.,

Bingley, John G.,

Binyon, Brightwen,

Birch,

Birch (earlier Battles) brook,

Bird:
-, John,
-, Rob.,

Biscoe, Col.,

Bishop:
-, J. F.,
-, John,
-, - (brewer),

Black Boy (Blackboy), Lane,

Black brook,

Black Death, see epidemics

Black heath (in Colch.),

Bland, Thos.,

Blank, John,

Blatch:
-, Jas. (d. 1812), and his w. Eliz.,
-, Jas. (d. c. 1837),
-, John (fl. 1720s),
-, John (fl. 1846),

Blatch (later Wellesley) Street and Square,

Blaxill:
-, E. A.,
-, E. F.,
-, fam.,

Blomfield:
-, Sir A.,
-, Bezaliel,
-, Jos.,
-, Sam.,

Blondec:
-, Hen.,
-, John de (fl. 12th cent.),
-, John de (fl. before 1248, another),

Blore, John,

Blosse, see Mantell

Bloys, Joan,

Bluecoat School,

Blunt (Blund):
-, And.,
-, Cath., m. Ric. Battle,
-, Wm.,

Blyth, Dan.,

board of guardians,

Bocking,
-, deanery,

Boggis:
-, Eliz.,
-, Isaac (d. 1762),
-, Isaac (d. 1801),
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Bogylle, Otto,

Bohun, Humph., earl of Hereford and Essex, and his w. Joan,

Boidin the Fleming,

Boissard, Wm.,

Boler, Ric.,

Bonefaunt, Austin,

Bonefey, Wal.,

Bonham, Thos.,

Bonner, Edm., bp. of London,

bookbinders,

Booth, Wm.,

Booty, John,

Bordeaux (France),

Borefleet, see Colne, river

borough (corporation, commonalty), passim, particularly
-, arms,
-, assembly,
-, boundaries,
-, burgesses (freemen),
-, in parl. elections,
-, origins and occupations of,
-, sale of freedoms,
-, bylaws,
-, cage,
-, charters and privileges,
-, ceremonial,
-, civic church services,
-, liveries,
-, going down the river,
-, oyster feast,
-, perambulation of bounds,
-, perambulation of fairs,

council (post 1835),
-, architect's department,
-, cattle market removal cttee.,
-, fishery cttee.,
-, harbour and navigation cttee.,
-, museum cttee.,
-, navigation cttee.,
-, watch cttee.,
-, cucking stool,
-, election of officers,
-, estates,
-, finances,
-, freemen, see borough: burgesses
-, gallows,
-, gaol, see town hall
-, house of correction or bridewell,
-, insignia and plate,
-, muniments,
-, pillory,
-, officers,
-, aldermen (earlier auditors),
-, assistants (earlier councillors),
-, bailiffs,
-, chamberlains (earlier receivers),
-, clerk of the market,
-, clerk of the peace,
-, conservators of the commons,
-, constables,
-, coroners,
-, common councillors,
-, deputy mayor,
-, farmers of tolls,
-, high steward,
-, J.P.s,
-, keykeepers,
-, market officials,
-, mayor,
-, overseers of the channel,
-, port officials,
-, recorder,
-, reeves,
-, serjeants (serjeants-at-mace),
-, town clerk,
-, treasurer,
-, underbailiffs,
-, water bailiff,
-, police force,
-, water police,
-, politics, and see Conservative party; Independent Labour party; Labour party; Liberal Democrats; Liberals; Radicals; Tories; Whigs
-, rate, see taxation
-, seals,
-, tumbrel,
-, waits or minstrels,
-, wards, see wards

Borough field,

Borthwick, Charlotte, see Cooper

Bosse:
-, Hen.,
-, Hubert,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Bostock, E. H., and Sons Ltd.,

Boston (Lincs.),

Boston (U.S.A.),

Boswell:
-, Jas.,
-, John,

Botanic Gardens, see gardens

Botolph's bridge,

Botolph's Street,

Boudicca,
-, Boudican revolt,

Boulogne:
-, Eustace of (fl. 1086),
-, Eustace of (fl. 1125),

Boulogne, honor of,

boundaries
-, borough, see borough
-, fishery,
-, par.,
-, port,
-, wards,

Bounde, Agnes,

Bourchier, John, Lord Berners,

Bourne F. K., abp. of Westminster,

Bourne mill,

Bourne ponds,

Bourne stream,

Bowell, -,

bowyers,

Boxted,

bowling, see sports

Boyle, Mic.,

Boyn, John,

Boys:
-, Jas.,
-, Wm.,

Brabant,

Brackett F. W., & Co. Ltd.,

Bracy, John,

Bradenham, Lionel of,

Bradfield,

Bradman, John,

Bradwell by Coggeshall,

Bradwell-on-Sea,

Braintree,
-, urban district,

Braiswick,

Brand, Issac,

Brandon:
-, John,
-, Raphael,

Brantham,

Brasier, John,

Braxted, John,

Bray, Thos. de,

Braybroke (Braybrook):
-, Sir Gerard,
-, Thos.,

Braybrooke, Baron, see Cornwallis

bread, assize of,

Brembre, Sir Nic.,

Brentwood,
-, Rom. Cath. diocese of,

Brethren,

Breton, John,

Brettle:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Penneth,
-, John,
-, Marg.,
-, Mary,

Brewer W.,

brewers and brewing,

Brewery Road,

bricklayers,

brickmakers,

Brickyard Street,

Bridge:
-, John,
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,
-, and see Brigge

bridges, and see Bergholt, West: New bridge; East bridge; Greenstead: bridges; Hythe bridge; Kingsford bridge; Lexden: bridges; North bridge; pontage

Brigge, John, and see Bridge

Brightlingsea,
-, creek, see Colne, river: Borefleet
-, Westmarsh point,

Brihtnoth, earldorman,
-, his w. see Aelfflaed

Brihtwold (fl. c. 1000),

Brinkley, John,

Bristol,

Britannia Lathe & Oil Engine Co.,

Britannia works,

British Household Panel Survey,

Brito:
-, Ralph,
-, Randal,

Brittany,

Broadway, Ric.,

Brockhole:
-, Geof.,
-, Helen, see Roos
-, Margery, m. John Sumpter,

Brome, Wm.,

Bromley, Great,

Bromley, Great or Little,

Bromley, Little,

Brook (Brooke):
-, Thos. at,
-, Edw.,

Brook Street,

Brooke, Lord, see Greville

Brookes, Edw.,

Brooksbank, Stamp,

Brown:
-, I. T.,
-, John,
-, Rob., the elder,
-, Rob., the younger,
-, Steph., & Co.,
-, Wm.,

Brown & Moy,

Brownists,

Bruff, Peter,

Bruges (Belgium),

Brunwin-Hales, G. T.,

Bryan, John,

Buck:
-, Philippa, m. Wm. Hunt,
-, Wm.,

Buckhurst, Lord, see Sackville, Thos.

Buckingham, W. E.,

Buckinghamshire, and see Aylesbury

Bucklersbury Lane,

building (construction) industry,

building societies, see societies

buildings:
-, council houses,
-, dom. archit.,
-, size and growth of town,
-, Roman,
-, and see Lexden: garden village

Bulbeck:
-, Alice, m. John Algood,
-, Rog.,

Bulkeley, Chas.,

Bullock J. G.,

Bungay (Suff.),

Bunnell, Wm.,

Bunting:
-, Issac,
-, Wm. Whorlow,

Bures, Mount,

burgage tenure,

burgates,

Burgh:
-, Dervorguille de, m. Robert FitzWalter,
-, Hawise de, see Lanvalei
-, Hubert de,
-, John de (d. 1274),
-, John de (d. 1280),
-, fam.,

Burkin, Eliz., see Hendrick

Burney, Fanny,

Burnham on Crouch,

Burr, Dan.,

Burrows:
-, Francis,
-, Sam.,

Burton, Hen.,

Bury field,

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.),
-, abbey,

buses, see transport

Bush, Nic.,

Butcher C. E.,

butchers,

Butler:
-, John,
-, Josephine,
-, R. A., Lord Butler,

Butt Road (earlier Lane),

Butterfield, Wm.,

Buxton:
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

C.D.S. Co-operative Housing Soc. Ltd.,

cabs, see transport

Caesar, Julius (d. 1636), and see Julius Caesar

Calais (France),

Calayse Street,

Calfhill, Jas.,

Caligula, emperor,

Cambridge,
-, Univ., and see Clare Hall; Jesus College; St. Catherine's College
-, extension centre,

Cambridge Road,

Cambridgeshire,
-, county council,
-, Ely, bp. of, see Wren
-, lord lieutenant, see Peckover

Campbell, G. A.,

Campion Road,

Camulodunum,

Canada,

Cannock mill,

Canonswick (Cannock),

Cant:
-, Benj.,
-, Frank,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Canterbury,
-, abp., and see Laud

Canterbury Road,

Cantley, John,

Caperun, John,

Capon, Kenneth,

cappers,

Capstack, Edw.,

Caratacus, son of Cunobelin,

Carew, Thos.,

Carleton, Humph.,

Carlisle, earl of, see Haye, Jas.

Caroline, queen of Geo. IV,

Carpenter, Thos.,

carpenters,

Carr, Sam.,

carriers,

Carrington, Wm.,

Carter:
-, Alex.,
-, Geo.,
-, H. F. V.,

Cary:
-, Anne, see Lucas
-, Edw.,

Cassivellaunus, king of the Catuvellauni,

Castle, John,

castle,
-, castle-guard,
-, chap.,
-, constables, and see Harengood; Rochford; Sainte-M"ère-"Église
-, ditch,
-, estate,
-, gaol,
-, grounds (later park),
-, library,
-, mus.,

Castle Road,

Cat Lane,

Catchpool:
-, R. D.,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., & Son,

Catchpool, Stannard, & Stanford,

Catherine of Aragon, queen of Hen. VIII,

Catuvellauni, the,

Causton R. K.,

Cawmond, Ric.,

Cecil, Sir Rob.,

Cely, Ric.,

cemeteries,
-, Roman,

Cent, Thos.,

ceremonies:
-, boy bishop,
-, and see borough: ceremonial

Cestrewald (Chesterwell),

Challoner (Chaloner):
-, Nic.,
-, Edm. le,
-, Edw.,

chaloners,

Chamberlain:
-, (or Gaoler), Rog., and his w. Helen,
-, -, bellfounder,

Chambers, Wal.,

Champneys, Ric.,

Chancellor, Frederic,

chandlers,

Chapel Street,

chapels, ancient, and see castle; St. Andrew's; St. Anne's chapel;St. Cross chapel; St. Helen's chapel; St. Mary's chapel; St. Thomas's

Chaplin:
-, Abraham,
-, John,
-, Sam.,
-, fam.,

Chapman:
-, David,
-, Nic.,
-, Sam.,

charities, and see almshouses
-, boro.,
-, bread chars.,
-, Quaker,
-, Sir Wm. White's char. (loan),

Charity Organization Soc.,

Charles I,

Charles II,

Charrington Nicholl & Co.,

chartism,

Cheek, Mary, see Macwilliams

Cheeseman, Kenneth C.,

Cheldevelle Lane,

Chelmsford, n,
-, as county town,
-, bps.,
-, county gaol in,
-, county quarter sessions at,
-, ind.,

Chelsham Wateville (Surr.),

Cheshire,

Chester le Street (co. Dur.), bp. of,

Chesterwell, see Cestrewald

Chichester, bp. of,

Chigwell,

Child C. E.,

children's homes and orphanages,

Childwell Alley (Lane),

China,

cholera, see epidemics

Chopping:
-, Ezekiel,
-, Wasey,
-, fam.,

Christ Church, Ireton Road,

Christadelphians,

Christian Scientists,

Christian:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Christmas:
-, Geo.,
-, Gerard,
-, Joan,
-, John (fl. 1391),
-, John (d. c. 1548),
-, John (fl. 1574),
-, Peter,
-, Thos. (d. 1500),
-, Thos. (d. 1520),
-, Wm. (d. 1391),
-, Wm. (fl. 1499),

Church Street (Lane),

Church Walk (Lane),

Church:
-, Anne,
-, Edm.,
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Mrs.,

churches, and see under names of churches
-, garrison,
-, rates, see taxation
-, Roman,

Churchill, John, duke of Marlborough,

cinemas,

Cinque ports,

Civil War,

Clacton, Great or Little, and see Jaywick

Clacton-on-Sea Railway Co.,

Clairmont Road,

Clamtree, Thos.,

Clare, Thos. de,

Clare Hall, Cambridge,

Clark:
-, Alban,
-, Arthur,
-, Geo.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, and see Clarke; Clerk

Clarke:
-, Ellis,
-, J.,
-, and see Clark; Clerk

Clarkson, Lawr.,

Claudius, emperor,

Claudius Road,

Clavering hundred,

Clay:
-, Edw. (fl. 1816),
-, Edw. (fl. 1830, ? another),
-, Edw. (? another),
-, John,
-, Sam.,
-, fam.,

clay pipe making,

Clere:
-, Benj.,
-, Benj., s. of Benj.,
-, John (d. 1538),
-, John (fl. 1578),
-, Nic. (d. 1578),
-, Nic. (fl. 1605),

Clerk:
-, John (fl. 1275),
-, John (fl. 1373),
-, John (d. 1444),
-, Jos., see Eleanor
-, Rob.,
-, Rog.,
-, Simon, see Eskermissur
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, and see Clark; Clarke

Cleve, John,

Cleveland, archdeacon of,

clockmakers,

Clopton (Suff.),

cloth trade,

clothiers,

Clothiers Lane,

clothing ind.,

clothmakers,

clothmaking, and see bay and say trade; textile industry

clothworkers,

clubs, see societies

Cnut, king of Denmark (d. 1086),

coaching,

coal trade,

cobblers,

Cobbold, fam.,

Cobbold & Co.,

Cobham:
-, Eliz., see FitzWalter
-, Sir Thos.,

Cock:
-, Benj.,
-, Horatio,
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,

Cock Common,

Cockerill, Mary,

Cockshott, John,

Cockson, Lawr.,

Coel, king,

Cofford:
-, Ric.,
-, Richolda,

Cogger:
-, Agnes,
-, Alex.,

Coggeshall, John,

Coggeshall,
-, abbey,

Coggin, -,

coins, and see minting

Cok son of Aaron of Colch.,

Cokefield, John of,

Colchester:
-, Aaron of,
-, Adam of,
-, Isaac of (d. by 1209),
-, Isaac of (fl. 1268),
-, John of,
-, Josce of,
-, Jos. of, see Eleanor
-, Wal. of,
-, Warin of,
-, Wm., abbot of Westminster,
-, Wm. (another),

Colchester:
-, archdeacon,
-, bp.,
-, dean, see Thomas
-, reeve, see Thomas

Colchester and District Clerical Soc.,

Colchester and District Water Board,

Colchester and East Essex Cricket club,

Colchester and Essex Botanical and Horticultural Soc.,

Colchester Brewing Co.,

Colchester Chamber of Commerce,

Colchester Civic Soc.,

Colchester Co-operative Soc., assembly hall,

Colchester district council,

Colchester Evangelical church,

Colchester Gas Light and Coke Co.,

Colchester Institute,

Colchester Lathe Co.,

Colchester Manufacturing Co.,

Colchester Medical Soc.,

Colchester poor law union,

Colchester Provident Asylum Soc.,

Colchester Provident Labourers' Soc.,

Colchester rural deanery,

Colchester, Stour Valley and Halstead Rly.,

Colchester Table Waters Ltd.,

Colchester Trade Protection Soc.,

Colchester Trades Council,

Colchester Tramways Co. Ltd.,

Colchester United football club,

Colchester Waterworks Co.,

Colchester Working Men's Assoc.,

Cole:
-, C. J.,
-, Dan.,
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Wm. (fl. 1595),
-, Wm. (d. 1600, another),
-, Wm. (fl. 1785),
-, -,
-, and see Colle

Coleman:
-, R. C.,
-, Ric. (d. 1828),
-, Ric. (fl. 1834),
-, Ric. (fl. 1837, ? another),

Colet:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, John,

Colle, John, and see Cole

Colne:
-, Adam,
-, Ric. of,

Colne, Earls,
-, priory,

Colne, river, and see fishery; Colne Water
-, as boundary,
-, Borefleet (Brightlingsea creek),
-, boro. rights,
-, custom or toll of,
-, estuary,
-, Geedons,
-, mills,
-, navigation,
-, Parrock fleet (Pyefleet),
-, valley,

Colne, Wakes,

Colne Bank Road,

Colne Engaine,

Colne Fishery Board,

Colne point, see St. Osyth point

Colne Valley Railway Co.,

Colne Valley Community church,

Colne Water,

Cologne (Germany),

Colt, John,

common lands, and see half year lands

commuting,

Compton:
-, Geo., earl of Northampton,
-, Hatton,
-, Hen., bp. of London,

Congregationalists, see Independents

Coningsburgh, Edm.,

Conservative party,

Constable:
-, John,
-, Nic.,

Constantine, emperor,

Constantius, emperor,

Cook Row,

Cooke:
-, Jas. S.,
-, Jos.,
-, May,
-, Moses,
-, S. G.,
-, Sir Thos. (fl. c. 1475),
-, Thos. (fl. 1540),
-, Tim.,
-, Wm.,

Coolidge, John,

Coope, Octavius E.,

Cooper:
-, Charlotte, m. - Borthwick,
-, Charlotte Eleanor,
-, Eliz.,
-, Jos.,
-, Marg., m. Geo. Round,

Co-operative Bank,

Copford,

Copland, John,

Corbett J. R.,

cordwainers, and see shoemakers

Cordwainers' Row,

Corinbeck, Hen.,

cork cutting,

corn exchange, and see Albert hall; Red Row

Cornhill,

Cornwall, earl of, see Richard

Cornwall, see Falmouth

Cornwallis, Chas., Baron Braybrooke,

Corpus Christi College, Oxford,

Corsellis, Nic.,

Cotter, J. R.,

Coughton, Laur.,

courts:
-, admiralty,
-, archdeaconry,
-, assizes,
-, boro.:
-, admiralty,
-, hundred, lawhundred, and
-, foreign,
-, pie powder,
-, quarter sessions,
-, central,
-, county quarter sessions,
-, magistrates',
-, manorial, see Battleswick; Donyland, West; Greenstead; Lexden; Mile End; Wivenhoe
-, of bp. of London's soke,

Cousins, Ric.,

Coveney, Jas.,

Coventry (Warws.),

Cowbridge, Rob.,

Cowdray, Viscount, see Pearson

Cowper, Lord, see Grey, Francis Thos.

Cox:
-, John,
-, Jos.,

craft organizations,

Craig, A.,

Creffield:
-, Rachel, Lady Creffield,
-, Ralph (d. 1666),
-, Ralph (fl. 1676),
-, Ralph (fl. 1702, another),
-, Sir Ralph (fl. 1727, ? another),
-, Sarah, m. Chas. Gray,
-, Sarah, m. Geo. Wegg,
-, Thamar, m. Jas. Round,
-, fam.,

Creffield Road,

crematorium,

Crepping, Wal. of,

Cressall, W.,

Cresswell, Peter,

Crick, Sam.,

cricket, see sport

Crickitt, fam.,

Crisp:
-, Gertrude, see Losevelt
-, John,
-, Steph.,

Crockleford brook,

Cromwell:
-, Oliver,
-, Thos., Lord Cromwell,

Cross, A. H.,

Crossley, Sir Saville,

Crouch Street,

Crouch river,

Crowcherche Lane,

Crowther Bros. Ltd.,

Crutched Friars,
-, house,
-, prior,

Cryte, Eberhard,

Cuddon, Jas.,

Cullingford & Co. Ltd.,

Culver shopping precinct,

Culver Street,

Culver Street Ironworks,

Cunobelin (Cymbeline), king of the Catuvellauni,

Cups public house, see Three Cups

curriers,

Curtis, Francis,

Curton:
-, Ernald or Arnulf de,
-, Oger or Rog.,
-, Wm. de,
-, fam.,

cutlers,

Cutts, John,

Cymbeline, see Cunobelin

Dagworth, John,

Dakin, Rob., and see Deakin

Dakins, John,

Danbury,

Dane, John,

Danegeld,

Daniell:
-, Jeremiah (d. c. 1695),
-, Jeremiah (fl. 1741),
-, Peter,
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Daniell & Sons Breweries Ltd.,

Dansie, Leonard E.,

Danzig, see Gdansk

Darcy:
-, Mary, see Kitson
-, Sir Thos., Baron Darcy,

Davall:
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1712),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1714),
-, Thos. (d. 1718),

Davey:
-, C. M.,
-, H. M.,
-, and see Davy

Davey, Paxman & Co.,

Davids, Thos. W.,

Davis:
-, Hart,
-, Jos.,

Davison, Eliz.,

Davy:
-, Joshua,
-, Nic.,
-, and see Davey

Daw, Geof.,

Day:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

de Courcy-Benwell, H. F.,

de Grey, see Grey, Thos. Phil.; Weddell

Dead Lane,

Deakin, A. W.; and see Dakin

Deane, Jas.,

Deans, Jos.,

Dearn, Wm.,

Debell, Thos.,

Debenham, Wm.,

debt, distraint for,

Dedham, Thos.,

Dedham,
-, classis,

Defoe, Dan.,

Delft (Netherlands),

Delight, T.,

Denman, Wm.,

Denmark, king of, see Cnut

Dennis, Wm.,

Denny, Hen.,

Deptford (Kent),

Despenser, fam.,

Deutsch, Oscar,

Devall:
-, Peter,
-, fam.,

Devereux, Rob., earl of Essex,

Devon, see Exeter

Dibney:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Dickman, Rob.,

Dieppe (France),

Dilbridge,

Dio Cassius,

Dister (or Leach), Agnes,

distilleries,

Dobby, Hen.,

Dobson:
-, E. A.,
-, L. M.,

Docker, F. E. Macdonald,

Dodd, Ralph,

Dodman, -,

Donnington, Mrs.,

Donyland, Saer of,

Donyland (undivided estate),

Donyland, East, and see Rowhedge

Donyland, West,
-, cts.,
-, gallows,
-, man. officials,
-, mans.,
-, pop.,

Doreward:
-, John (d. 1420),
-, John (fl. 1442),

Dorset, earl of, see Sackville

Douai (France),

Dover (Kent),

Dovercourt, and see Harwich

Dowling, Hen.,

Downie, Norman,

Downs, Geo.,

D'Oyly Carte opera company,

drainage and sewerage,

drapers,

Drury:
-, Mat.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Dubnovellaunus, king of Kent,

Ducane, Ric.,

Duck Lane,

Duckett, Paul,

Dudley:
-, Ambrose, earl of Warwick,
-, John, duke of Northumberland,
-, Rob., earl of Leicester,

duel, judicial,

Duff, Sir Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant,

Duffield:
-, E. P.,
-, Jos.,

Duke:
-, John,
-, Ric.,

Duncan's gate,

Duncan, P. M.;

Dunkirk (France),

Dunmow hundred,

Dunnage:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Dunthorne, John,

Dunwich (Suff.),

Durham, co., and see Chester le Street; Shields, South

Durrant, Sam.,

Dutch, the,

Dutch Bay Hall or Corporation,

Dutch church,

Dutch Quarter,

Dych, Wm.,

Dyer:
-, Clement,
-, John (d. 1350),
-, John le (fl. 1361),
-, Ric.,

dyers,

Eagle brewery,

Eagles, Geo., 'Trudgeover',

Early, John Bush,

Earnesby, Wm.,

earthquake (1884),

earthworks,
-, Iron-Age dykes,

East Anglia,

East Anglian Railway,

East bridge,

East Essex Regiment,

East gate,

East Hill,

East Hill House,

East India Co.,

East mill,

East mill stream,

East Stockwell Street,

East Street:
-, Nic. of,
-, Wal. of,

East Street,

Eastern Counties Railway,

Eastern Union Railway,

Easthorpe,

Eastland Co.,

Easton, Great,

Easton, Little,

Economic and Social Research Council,

Edinburgh,

Edmund, king,

Edmund, constable of the castle,

Edrich, John,

education,
-, British schs., see education: nonconf. schs.
-, charity schs.,
-, church schs.,
-, dame schs.,
-, Dutch sch.,
-, elementary schs.,
-, further and higher,
-, grammar sch., and see Royal Grammar school
-, industrial schs.,
-, National schs., and see church schs.
-, nonconf. schs.,
-, primary schs.,
-, private schs., and see Endsleigh House school
-, Ragged sch.,
-, Roman Catholic schs.,
-, school board and board schs.,
-, secondary schs.,
-, special and nursery schs.,
-, Sunday schs.,

Edward I, as prince,

Edward II,

Edward III,

Edward IV,

Edward VI,

Edward VII, as prince of Wales,

Edward VIII, as prince of Wales,

Edward the Elder,

Edwards:
-, Jos.,
-, Sarah,

Egerton-Green:
-, C. E.,
-, H. G.,
-, fam.,

Eisdell:
-, J. C.,
-, Thos.,
-, -,

Eld Lane, and see Baptists

Eldland,

Eldred, John,

Eleanor of Provence, queen of Edward I,

Eleanor (or Colchester, Clerk), Jos.,

Electric and International Telegraph Co.,

electricity supply,
-, power station,

Elim Pentecostal church,

Elizabeth I,

Elizabeth II,

Ellington, Leonard,

Ellis son of Jacob of Colchester,

Ellis son of John,
-, his w. Gillian, see Merk

Ellis, John,

Elms Lane, see Moor Lane

Elmstead,

Elwes, Hen. H.,

Ely, bp. of, see Wren

Embrey, John, and his w. Eliz.,

Emden (Germany),

Emmanuel Evangelical church,

Empford bridge, see Stanway bridge

Endsleigh House school,

engineering,

English, John,

Ennew, Sam.,

epidemics,
-, Black Death,
-, cholera,
-, plague,
-, smallpox,
-, typhoid,

Epping,

Ernulph Walk,

Errington, G. H.,

eryngo root,

Eskermissur (or Clerk), Simon,

Essex, Thos.,

Essex, ealdorman see Aelfgar; earls, see Bohun; Devereux

Essex,
-, county coroner,
-, county council,
-, county fire service,
-, county police force,
-, J.P.s,
-, lord lieutenant,
-, sheriff,

Essex and Colchester hospital, see hospitals

Essex & Suffolk Equitable Insurance Soc.,

Essex Archaeological Soc.,

Essex area health authority,

Essex County Newspapers Ltd.,

Essex Federation of Free Churches,

Essex Hall, see hospitals

Essex Hall Road,

Essex Life Insurance Soc.,

Essex Militia Insurance Office,

Essex Naturalist Trust,

Essex Rivers Health Care Trust,

Essex Standard, later Essex County Standard

Essex Street,

Essex Telegraph,

Essex University,

Ethelred II,

Eudes the sewer,

Evans:
-, L. Worthington,
-, P.,

Evelyn, John,

Everard, Rob.,

Everett, Hen., & Sons,

Everitt:
-, Eliz.,
-, John Paxman,

Exeter,
-, bp.,

Eyres:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Facilis, Marcus Favonius,

Factory Lane,

Fairfax, Thos., Lord Fairfax,

fairs,
-, July,
-, St. Dennis's (Pardon),
-, St. John's (midsummer),
-, St. Mary Magdalen's,
-, Tailors',
-, wool,

Falmouth (Cornw.),

Fambridge, North,

Family of Love,

famine and dearth,

Farforth, John,

Farrar, Thos.,

Fascists,

Fauconberg, Eustace de, bp. of London,

Faversham (Kent),

Featherstone, Sam.,

fee farm of Colch.,

Feering,

Fehr, H. C.,

Felbridge, Geo. of,

Felixstowe (Suff.),

felons' goods,

Fermery, Wm.,

fields,

Fiennes, Celia,

Fifth Monarchists,

Finch:
-, John (fl. 1336),
-, John (fl. c. 1430),
-, Ralph,

Fingringhoe,

fire fighting,

First World War,

Fisher, H. H.,

fishery,

fishmongers,

Fiske, Wm.,

FitzGerald, Warin,

FitzWalter:
-, Christine,
-, Dervorguille, see Burgh
-, Eliz. w. of Wal., m. 2 Sir Thos. Cobham,
-, John, Lord FitzWalter,
-, Rob., Lord FitzWalter,
-, Wal., Lord FitzWalter,
-, fam.,

FitzWalter, barony,

FitzWalter Road,

Flanders,

Flanner, Wm.,

Fleming:
-, Boidin the, see Boidin
-, John,

Flemings,

fletchers,

Flinchard, John,

Flingaunt:
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Flisp:
-, Rob.,
-, Steph.,

floods (1953),

Flory, Thos.,

Flushing (Netherlands),

Foliot, Sir Ric.,

Folkes, Wm.,

football, see sports

footwear ind.,

Ford:
-, Christine, m. Thos. Godstone,
-, John (fl. 1304),
-, John (fl. 1374),
-, John (fl. 1399, another)
-, John (fl. 1451, 1466),
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Fordham:
-, Geo.,
-, John of (fl. 1265),
-, John (d. 1345-6),
-, John (d. 1439),
-, Mary, see Reyne
-, Simon,
-, Wal. of,
-, Wm.,

Fordham,

Fordyce, Alex.,

forest, royal, and see Kingswood

Forster:
-, Nat.,
-, Sam.,

Fortescue, Hen.,

fortifications and defences,
-, town ditch,
-, and see walls

Fowle, John,

Fowles Lane,

Fox, Wm.,

Foxearth,

Framlingham (Suff.),

France, and see Amiens; Avignon; Bordeaux; Brittany; Calais; Dieppe; Douai; Dunkirk; Gascony; Gaul; Normandy; Paris; Picardy; Quimper; Rochelle, la; Rouen; St. Omer; St. Ouen

Francies, Geo.,

Francis:
-, Alfred,
-, Christine,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Franciscan friars,

Franciscan friary (Greyfriars),
-, guilds,

Franckham, Rob.,

Frank, Wm.,

Franklin, Hen.,

frankpledge, view of,

Fraser:
-, Alex.,
-, Eliz.,
-, Sarah, see Martin
-, Wm.,

Frating, Adam,

Frating,

Frederick, duke of York,

Freeman, Ambrose,

freemasonry,

French church,

French Kier (firm),

French, G. R.,

Freshfield:
-, Francis,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Friar Street,

Friars Minor, see Franciscan friars

Friday:
-, John, n
-, fam.,

friendly societies, see societies

Friends (Quakers),
-, meeting houses,

Frincon Holdings Ltd.,

Frinton,

Fromanteel, And.,

Frost:
-, A. W. H.,
-, E. H.,
-, G.,
-, Sarah,

Fuller, John,

fullers,

Furley:
-, Ann, see Talcott
-, John (d. 1673),
-, John (d. 1686),
-, Jonathan,
-, fam.,

Gabbay:
-, Isaac,
-, Rose, m. Josce son of Aaron,

Gaimar, Geof.,

Gainsborough (Lincs.),

Gale:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Galingale:
-, John de,
-, Sibyl, m. Wm. Knapton,
-, Wal.,

gallows, see borough; Greenstead; Lexden

Gamday, John,

gaol, see castle; town hall

gardens,
-, botanic gdns.,
-, mkt. gdns. and gardening,
-, nursery gdns.,

Gardiner:
-, T. G.,
-, Thos.,
-, -,

Garland:
-, Arthur Nat.,
-, Edgar Wallace,
-, Lewis Peak,
-, Nat.,
-, Theodore,

garlicmonger,

garrison,
-, Napoleonic,
-, later 19th-cent.,
-, 20th-cent.,
-, church,
-, educ.,
-, prison, and see Berechurch: military corrective centre
-, Rom. Cath. soldiers,
-, sports,
-, and see barracks

gas supply,

Gascony (France),

gates, and see Balkerne gate; Duncan's gate; East gate; Head gate; North gate; Ryegate; Scheregate; South gate
-, posterns,

Gaul,

Gdansk (Poland),

Geedons, see Colne, river

Geldeforde, John,

General Accident Assurances Corp.,

Geneva,

Geoffrey son of Benet,

George IV, as Prince Regent,

George VI, as duke of York,

George, prince of Denmark,

George, A. C.,

George inn,

George Street (Lane),

George Yard,

Gepp:
-, N. P.,
-, T. M.,
-, fam.,

Germain, Jacolet,

German Legion,

Germany, and see Cologne; Emden; Hamburg; Prussia; Stade; Wetzlar

Gernon, Ralph,

Gibson:
-, John (fl. 1622),
-, John (fl. 1791),

Gifford, Hope, and his w. Martha,

Gilberd (Gilbert):
-, Geo.,
-, Jerome,
-, Wm.,

Gilbert son of Bruno,

Gilson, Dan.,

Gladstone Road,

Gladwin Road,

Glandfield, John Green,

Glascock, Thos.,

Glasswright, Mat.,

Gledhill, John,

Gloucester, duke of, see Humphrey; Richard

Gloucester,

Gloucestershire, see Bristol; Gloucester; Lechlade

glovers,

Godric (fl. 1066),

Godschall:
-, John (d. 1693),
-, John (d. 1725),
-, Nic.,
-, Sam. Mann,
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Mann,
-, (formerly Mann), Wm.,

Godstone:
-, Christine, see Ford
-, John, bro. of Thos.,
-, John, s. of Thos.,
-, Thos.,

Goffe:
-, Col.,
-, -, rector of St. Leonard's,

Golafre, Ric.,

Golder:
-, Anastasia,
-, John,

Goldhanger,

Golding, John,

Goldsmith, Wal.,

goldsmiths,

Gooch, C. E.,

Goode:
-, Edw.,
-, Rob.,
-, W.,

Goodey, J. F.,

Goodwin, Wm.,

Goody:
-, H. S.,
-, Hen.,

Goodyear:
-, Geof.,
-, Hen.,

Gordon, Fred.,

Gore, Wm.,

Goring, Geo., Lord Goring and earl of Norwich,

Gorleston (Suff.),

Gosbecks, see Stanway

Gostelowe, Ric.,

Grafton Street,

Grantham (Lincs.),

Granville Road,

Gravesend (Kent),

Gray:
-, Chas.,
-, Geo.,
-, Miles,
-, Sarah, see Creffield
-, and see Grey

Gray Road,

Great Eastern Railway,

Greater London Council, see London

Green:
-, Amelia,
-, Geo.,
-, Isaac,
-, Mrs. P. R.,
-, Ric. (d. 1590),
-, Ric. (fl. 1651),
-, Roche,
-, Thos.,

Greenrice, Winkin,

Greenstead, Wm. of,

Greenstead,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, boundaries,
-, bridges,
-, chs.,
-, Clingo hill,
-, cts.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, econ. hist.,
-, educ.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fishponds,
-, gallows,
-, half year lands,
-, heaths,
-, housing estates,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, land in,
-, local govt.,
-, Lucas estate,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mills,
-, park,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rectors,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, tithes,
-, tumbrel,
-, Wivenhoe park, see Wivenhoe: park
-, woods,

Greenstead Road,

Greenwich (Kent),

Greville, F. R. G., Lord Brooke, and his w. Frances,

Grey:
-, Anthony, earl of Kent,
-, Francis Thos. de, Lord Cowper,
-, John de,
-, Katrine de, Countess Cowper,
-, Lady Jane,
-, (formerly Weddell) Thos. Phil., Earl de Grey,
-, and see Gray

Greyfriars, see Franciscan friary

Greyfriars House,

Griffin, Lewis,

Grigson, Thos.,

Grimes, Sam.,

Grimston:
-, (Sir) Harbottle (d. 1648),
-, (Sir) Harbottle (d. 1685),
-, fam.,

Grimwood, Jas.,

Grindal, Edm., bp. of London,

grocers,

Gr"öne, Fred.,

Gros:
-, Nic. le,
-, Rob. le,
-, Simon le,

Grundisburgh (Suff.),

Gurdon, John,

Gurdon-Rebow H. J.,

Gutter Street,

haberdashers,

Haddon, Sam.,

Hadleigh, Wm.,

Hadleigh (Suff.),

Hagheborn (fl. 1086),

Haie, Maurice de,

Hakewill, E.,

Hale:
-, J. R.,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

half year lands,

Halferthing, Saer,

Halke, Ric.,

Hall:
-, Arthur, and his w. Joan,
-, Edm.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1574),
-, Wm. (fl. 1616, ? another),
-, Wm. (fl. 1706),

Halls:
-, Jas.,
-, John,

Halsnoth, see Harsnett

Halstead,
-, rural district,

Ham, West,

Hamburg (Germany),

Hamford Water,

Hammant, Susannah,

Hammond:
-, Chris.,
-, John,

Hammond & Co.,

Hampshire, see Shirley; Southampton; Winchester

Hampton:
-, Bernard,
-, John,

Hanbury (Worcs.),

Handscomb:
-, Emma,
-, Louisa,

Haning:
-, Saer,
-, Wal.,

Hanningfield, South,

Hanseatic merchants,

Harbour, T.,

Hardcastle, J. A.,

Hardwicke, Lord, see Yorke

Harengood, Steph.,

Harlow,

Harmanson:
-, Edm.,
-, Eliz.,
-, Maud, see Barwick

Harmer, Rob.,

Harper, W. C.,

Harrington, Geo.,

Harris:
-, J. M.,
-, Ric.,

Harris & Firmin,

Harrison:
-, Hen. B.,
-, R. A.,
-, Ralph,

Harsnett (Halsnoth):
-, Adam,
-, Sam., abp. of York,
-, Wm.,

Harsnett Road,

Hart & Levy,

Hartshorne, Albert,

Harvey:
-, Dan. Whittle,
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, John Bawtree,

Harwich (in Dovercourt),
-, road to,

Harwich Road,

Hassells, Wm.,

Hastings, Rob. s. of Ralf of,

Haughton, Hen. of,

Havengore Creek,

Haverland, Edm.,

Hawkins:
-, C. H.,
-, Mary Ann,
-, Mat.,
-, Wm. (d. 1812),
-, Wm. (d. 1843),
-, Wm. (fl. 1851),
-, Wm. Warwick,

Haye:
-, Archibald,
-, Jas., earl of Carlisle,
-, Ralph de,
-, Wm. de la,

Haymsokne, see London, bp., soke

Haynes:
-, Maj.-Gen. Hezekiah,
-, Ric.,

Hayward:
-, H., and Son,
-, H. H.,
-, H. W.,
-, Wallis,

Hazell:
-, G. W. B.,
-, Thos. B.,

Hazlewood, Thos.,

Head gate,

Head Street,

Headgate House, see King's Head inn

Headgate Street,

hearth tax, see taxation

Heath, John,

Heath, Old (Old Hythe),
-, ch., see St. Barnabas's
-, council housing,
-, educ.,
-, glebe of St. Runwald's,
-, heath,
-, inns,
-, pop.,
-, port,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, reading room,
-, recreation ground,
-, windmill,

Heckford, Thos.,

Hedge:
-, Nat.,
-, Thos., the elder,
-, Thos., the younger,
-, fam.,

Hefkere, Wm.,

Helen, saint,

Hendrick:
-, Ann,
-, Eliz., m. - Burkin,
-, Jacob,
-, Jane,
-, John,
-, Judith,
-, Mary,
-, Oliver,
-, Peter,
-, Sarah,

Heneage:
-, Rob.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam.,

Hengrave (Suff.),

Henry I,

Henry II,

Henry III,

Henry IV,

Henry VI,

Henry VII,

Henry VIII,

Henry the Parmenter,

Herbert, Nan Ino, Baroness Lucas,

Hereford, earl of, see Bohun

Herrick, Jos.,

Hertfordshire, and see Hitchin; Rickmansworth; Roydon; St. Albans

Hervey, Ric.,

Heslington (Yorks. E.R.),

Hetherington, Frances A.,

Hewes, Rob.,

Hewett, Ric.,

Hewitt, Chas.,

Heywood, Edm.,

Hickeringill, Edm.,

High Street,
-, buildings,
-, obelisk,

High Woods estate,

Higham (Suff.),

Highgate (Mdx.),

Hilham, R. W.,

Hill:
-, Ric., and his w. Joan,
-, Sam.,

Hills:
-, Mic.,
-, Thos.,
-, W. A., & Son,

Hinckford hundred,

Hindmarsh, Alex.,

Hitchin (Herts.),

Hoare, C. R. Gurney,

Hobart, Hen.,

Hoblyn:
-, Jas. Blatch Phil.,
-, R.,

Hockee, Francis,

Hocker, Thos.,

Hogg, Thos. Jefferson,

Holebrook, Ric. of,

Holland, Thos.,

Holland, count of, Lord, see Rich, Hen.

Holland, Great,

Holland, Little,

Hollington Bros.,

Hollytrees House,

Holmer, Holmere, or Holmer's Lane,

Holmes, Rob.,

Holt, Steph.,

Holy Land,

Holy Trinity par.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, churchyard,
-, educ.,
-, poor relief,
-, rectors, and see Newcomen, Thos.

Homefield Road,

Honifold, Gabriel,

Honyngton, John,

Hopper , J.,

Horkesley, Great,

Horkesley, Little,

Horstede, John of,

Hoskin, Thos.,

Hospital Road,

Hospital Yard,

hospitals, District General, Essex and Colchester (Essex County),
-, Essex Hall,
-, hospital ship,
-, infectious diseases (Myland),
-, military, see barracks
-, Royal Eastern Counties' Institution,
-, Severalls,
-, and see Turner Village

Houblon, Jacob,

Houchin, J. C.,

Howard:
-, Eliz., m. John de Vere, earl of Oxford,
-, J. M.,
-, Joan, see Walton
-, John, Lord Plaiz,
-, Sir John (fl. 1418),
-, Sir John, Lord Howard (fl. 1482), later duke of Norfolk,

Howe:
-, C. A.,
-, John,

Hoxton (Mdx.),

Hoyt, Susanna,

Hubbard:
-, Hen.,
-, Sam.,

Hubert son of Richard son of Marcian,

Huddersfield (Yorks. W.R.),

Hugh son of Stephen,

Huguenots, see French church

Hull (Yorks. E.R.),

Hull mill,

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester,
-, his w. Eleanor,

Hunt:
-, Dame Cath. R.,
-, Philippa, see Buck
-, Wm.,

hunting rights of burgesses, and see sports

Huntingdon, Hen. of,

Huntingdonshire,

Hunwick, John,

Hurnard:
-, Jas.,
-, Mrs. Jas.,
-, R.,

Hutchinson, Ric.,

Hutton, W. C.,

Hutton,

Hyam:
-, Hyam,
-, Moses,
-, Simon,

Hythe, Old, see Heath, Old

Hythe, the, in St. Leonard's parish,
-, as address,
-, borough estate,
-, buildings and growth,
-, ch., see St. Leonard's parish
-, customs house,
-, fish mkt.,
-, half year land,
-, ind.,
-, meadow,
-, mills, and see Hythe mill
-, port,
-, customs officers,
-, rly. station,
-, sewage works,
-, tolls,
-, water-supply,

Hythe bridge,

Hythe Hill,

Hythe mill,

Hythe Street,

Ilbod (fl. 1086),

Impey, fam.,

improvement commissioners,

inclosures,

Independent Labour party,

Independents or Congregationalists,
-, Headgate ch.,
-, Lion Walk ch.,
-, Stockwell Street ch.,

industrial and commercial estates,

industries, trades, and professions,

Ingram:
-, Thos. (fl. 1602),
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1640),
-, Wm.,

inns, alehouses, and taverns, and see Angel; George; Heath, Old: inns; King's Arms; King's Head; Lexden: inns; Marquis of Granby; Mile End: inns; Red Lion; Rose and Crown; Three Cups; White Hart

inoculating houses,

insurance,

intercommoning,

Ipswich (Suff.),
-, as address,
-, char.,
-, fair,
-, Jews,
-, port,
-, road to,
-, prot. nonconf.,

Ipswich Road,

Ireland and the Irish,

ironfounders and foundries,

ironmongers,

Irvine, John W.,

Isaac son of Benedict,

Italy, and see Rome

Jackson:
-, Eliz.,
-, Geo.,
-, T. G.,

James I,

James II, earlier duke of York,

James, C. W.,

Jarmin, A. M.,

Jarrold, Sam.,

Jarvis, John,

Jay, Wm.,

Jaywick (in Clacton),

Jefferson, Jos.,

Jehovah's Witnesses,

Jenkin, Mr.,

Jenkyn, Wm.,

Jenner, Edw.,

Jessey, Hen.,

Jesus College, Cambridge,

Jews,
-, synagogue,

Joan daughter of Richard son of Marcian,

Jobson (Jopson):
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., dau. of Edw.,
-, Eliz., w. of Francis, see Plantagenet
-, (Sir) Francis,
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

John, king,

John, rector of All Saints',

John, reeve of Colch.,

John son of Ellis,

John son of Waleram,

John son of Godfrey,

John, John,

Johnson:
-, Abraham,
-, John,
-, Peter,
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., s. of Wm.,

Jolly, C. J.,

Jones:
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Miss L.,
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,

Jopson, see Jobson

Jordan:
-, John,
-, -, bellfounder,

Josce son of Aaron,
-, his w. Rose, see Gabbay

Josselin, Ralph,

Judd, Mary (Lady Judd),

Julius Caesar, Caius,

Jumbo, see water supply

Juscard, Thos.,