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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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1994

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'Index: K-Z', A History of the County of Essex: Volume 9: The Borough of Colchester (1994), pp. 429-439. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22024 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Kampen (Netherlands),

Kavanagh, John,

Kay, A. W. J.,

Kay, John,

Kebyll, -,

Keek, John,

Kempe, Anthony,

Kendall:
-, Anne,
-, John (fl. 1700),
-, John (fl. 1791),
-, Jos.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Kent, John,

Kent, earl of, see Grey, Anthony

Kent, and see Canterbury; Cinque Ports; Deptford; Dover; Faversham; Gravesend; Greenwich; Maidstone; Rochester, Sandwich; Sittingbourne

Keymer:
-, Chas.,
-, Wm.,

Kilham:
-, Leonard,
-, Thos.,

Kimber, Gross & Nicholl,

Kimberley, John,

King Coel's castle,

King Coel's kitchen, see Lexden

King Coel's pump,

King Stephen Road,

King Street,

King's Arms inn,

King's Head inn (later Headgate House or Court),

King's meadow (mead),

King's Scherde, see Scheregate

King:
-, C. P.,
-, John (fl. 1770),
-, John (fl. 1814),

Kingsford bridge,

Kingswood, in Mile End,
-, forest,
-, heath,
-, and see Mile End: corpn. estate

Kirby, Wm.,

Kirby-le-Soken,

Kirkham, Thos.,

Kitson:
-, Mary, m. Thos. Darcy, Earl Rivers,
-, Sir Thos.,

Knapton:
-, Sibyl, see Galingale
-, Wm.,

Knevett:
-, Cath., m. John Barnaby,
-, Edw.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1442),
-, Thos. (fl. 1585),

Knight, Ralph,

Knopp:
-, G. S.,
-, John,
-, S. G.,

Knowles, John,

L'Oste, Chas.,

labour movement,

Labour party,

Ladders Lane, see Lodders Lane

Lagheman (fl. 1066),

Laing:
-, A. L.,
-, David,

Lakyn, John,

Lamarsh,

Lamb:
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Lambert:
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,

Lambyn, John,

Lancashire, and see Liverpool; Manchester

Land Lane,

Langenhoe,

Langham,

Langley:
-, B.,
-, Geof.,
-, John,

Langridge, Ric.,

Lanvalei:
-, Hawise de, m. John de Burgh,
-, Hawise de, w. of Wm.,
-, Wm. de (d. 1204),
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1215),
-, fam.,

Lardener, Rob.,

Latter Day Saints,

Latton,

lattoners,

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury,

Laurence:
-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, Nat. (fl. 1676),
-, Nat. (fl. 1696),
-, Nat. (fl. 1730, ? another),
-, Thos. (fl. 1572),
-, Thos. (fl. 1643),

Lavenham (Suff.),

Laver, Hen.,

Lawcell, John,

Lawford,

lawyers,

Lay:
-, Benj.,
-, Wm.,

Layer Breton,

Layer-de-la-Haye,
-, mill,

Layer Road,

Leach, Agnes, see Dister; Leche

Leaning, H., & Co.,

Learmouth, Col. A.,

leather and hides,

leather hall or stall,

leather ind.,

Leche:
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Lechlade (Glos.),

Lee:
-, E. C.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sir Wal. de la,
-, W. C.,

Legg, Edw.,

Leggatt, Frank,

Legh, H. E.,

Leicester, earls of, see Beaumont; Dudley, Rob.

Leicester,

Leicestershire, and see Leicester, Melton Mowbray

Leighton, Thos. of,

Leming (Lemyng):
-, Hen.,
-, Hen., s. of Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, Mary, m. Sir Issac Rebow,

Lenthall, Sir John,

lepers,

Lethe Grove,

Lewes (Suss.),

Lewis, Rob.,

Lexden, Rob. of,

Lexden,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, as berewick of Stanway,
-, Bottle End,
-, boundaries,
-, bridges in,
-, Bury field,
-, char.,
-, Chitts hill,
-, ch.,
-, council housing,
-, cts.,
-, econ. hist.,
-, educ.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fishery,
-, gallows,
-, garden village,
-, glebe,
-, half year lands,
-, heath,
-, military camps,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns or public houses,
-, King Coel's kitchen,
-, land in,
-, Lexden House,
-, Lexden Lodge,
-, Lexden Park,
-, Lexden springs,
-, local govt.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mkt.,
-, mills,
-, moats,
-, park (medieval),
-, park (18th-cent.),
-, parks (recreational),
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, pound,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, reading room,
-, rector, and see Wyersdale
-, rectory ho.,
-, riot,
-, roads in,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, socs. and clubs,
-, stocks,
-, tithes,
-, tumbrel,
-, woodland,

Lexden and Winstree:
-, poor law union,
-, rural district,

Lexden hundred,
-, ct.,

Lexden Road,

Lexden Street,

Liberal Democrats,

Liberals,

libraries and reading rooms,
-, castle,
-, Harsnett libr.,
-, public (central) libr.,

Liddell, Francis,

Lidgould, Chas.,

Lightwine, Hervey,

Lilley, Edm.,

lime-burners,

Lincoln,
-, bp.,
-, dean,

Lincoln Way,

Lincolnshire, and see Bennington; Boston; Gainsborough; Grantham; Lincoln; Wyham

Lind, Chas.,

Lion Walk, and see Independents

Lisle:
-, Jordan Harris,
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Wm.,

Lisle, Viscount, see Plantagenet, Arthur

Lisle Road,

Listwine, Thos.,

Little Hill,

Littlebury, Sir John,

Littlebury,

Liverpool,

Liversidge, Mary,

Locke, John,

Lodders (Ladders) Lane,

Lodge, Hen.,

Lollardy,

London,
-, as address,
-, Bermondsey priory,
-, Bethlehem hosp.,
-, bp., and see Aylmer; Bonner; Compton, Hen.; Fauconberg; Grindal; Niger; Robinson; Sainte-Mère-Eglise
-, as diocesan,
-, soke (Haymsokne, Sokeham),
-, Blackwell Hall cloth mkt.,
-, charter to,
-, chs.,
-, communications with,
-, diocese,
-, firms from, in Colch.,
-, Fleet prison,
-, Gracechurch Street,
-, Great Fire,
-, Greater London Council,
-, Holborn,
-, merchants,
-, migration to and from,
-, Newgate prison,
-, overspill pop.,
-, port,
-, road to,
-, Smithfield,
-, social contacts with,
-, St. Bartholomew's, prior,
-, St. Paul's, dean, see Colet, John
-, St. Paul's cross,
-, Tower,
-, trade through,
-, trade with,

London & County Bank,

London and North Eastern Railway,

London Chemical Works,

Lone:
-, John (fl. 1575),
-, John, of Wivenhoe (? another),

Longinus Sdapeze,

Lord, Abednego,

Losebrook,

Losevelt, Gertrude, m. Steph. Crisp,

Love, Thos.,

Lovett, Jas.,

Low Countries, see Netherlands

Lowe, Thos.,

Lowten, Thos.,

Lowth:
-, Ambrose,
-, Ric.,

Lucas:
-, Anne (d. 1660),
-, Anne (fl. 1700) m. Edw. Cary,
-, Chas., Lord Lucas,
-, Sir Chas.,
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz. w. of Sir Thos.,
-, John (fl. 1325),
-, John (fl. 1370, ? another),
-, John (d. 1556),
-, John (fl. 1590),
-, John, Baron Lucas,
-, Mary, Baroness Lucas, m. Anthony Grey, earl of Kent,
-, Mary (another),
-, Penelope, w. of Chas., Lord Lucas,
-, Penelope, m. Isaac Selfe,
-, Rob.,
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1611),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1625),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1650),
-, Thos. (fl. 1656),
-, fam.,

Lucas Bros.,

Lucas, Baron and Baroness, see Herbert; Lucas

Lucking, A. J.,

Lucy, Ric. de,

Ludlow (Salop.),

Lufkin, Geo.,

Lugar, Rob.,

Lyard Lane,

Lynn, King's (Norf.),

Lyon:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Mackintosh, Ric.,

Macwilliams:
-, Hen. (d. 1586),
-, Hen. (d. 1599),
-, Mary, m. 2 - Cheek,

Maden, Ric.,

Magdalen green,

Magdalen Street (Barrack Street),

Magnus Maximus, emperor,

Maidenburgh, see Maydenburg

Maidenburgh Street,

Maidstone, John,

Maidstone (Kent),

Makerel, Peter,

Maldon,
-, road to,

Maldon, Little,

Maldon Road (Lane),

Mallison, -,

maltsters and malting,

Manchester,

Mandubracius, Trinovantian prince,

Mann, Wm., and his w. Sarah, see Godschall

Manning:
-, Clarissa Peach,
-, Eliz. Adelaide,
-, F. J.,
-, Jas.,
-, Louisa,
-, Rose Frances,
-, Mr.,

Manningtree,

Mansfield, fam.,

Mantell:
-, (or Blosse), Rob.,
-, Mat.,

Map, Wal.,

March, Hen.,

Margaret of Anjou, queen of Hen. VI,

mariners (sailors, shipmen),

markets,
-, cattle,
-, cloth,
-, corn,
-, covered (green) mkt.,
-, cross,
-, fish,
-, Iron-Age,
-, livestock,
-, offences, forestalling,
-, regulation,
-, shambles,
-, tolls,
-, wool,

Marks, Ric.,

Marlborough, duke of, see Churchill

Marquis of Granby inn,

Marriage:
-, E., & Son Ltd.,
-, Edw.,
-, Wilson,
-, fam.,

Marsh:
-, Maria,
-, Wm.,

Marshall (Marshal):
-, John,
-, John, Lord Marshal,
-, (or Beche), Thos., abbot of St. John's,

Marten, Hen.,

Martin:
-, Dorothy, m. John Adams,
-, Mary, m. Isaac Martin Rebow,
-, Mat.,
-, Sam. John Edgell,
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Fraser,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Mary I,

Mary, queen of Scotland,

Mash, Sir Thos.,

Masham, Sir Wm.,

Mason:
-, Bernard,
-, Wm. (fl. 1796),
-, Wm. (fl. 1837, another),
-, -,

Masons Ltd.,

masons,

Massey, Cyril,

Master John's Lane,

Mate:
-, Simon,
-, Wm. (d. 1367),
-, Wm. (fl. 1369),
-, Wm. (fl. 1410, ? another),

Mathews, Thos.,

Mattacks, U. W.,

Matthew son of Robert,

Maud, empress,

Maud, queen of Stephen,

Maydenburg, Rob. de,

Mayhew:
-, T.,
-, Wm. (d. 1764),
-, Wm. (d. 1787),

Mayking, John,

Mayn, John,

Maynard:
-, Alice,
-, John,
-, Nic.,
-, Rob.,

meadows,

Mears, Thos.,

Mechanics' Institution,

Medici, Marie de,

Medicus, Nic.,

Mediterranean sea,

Meeting House Alley,

Melton Mowbray (Leics.),

Mercer, Rob.,

Merchant, Mic.,

Merchant Adventurers Co.,

merchants,

Mercury theatre,

Merk:
-, Gillian, m. Ellis son of John,
-, Hen. de,

Mersea, East,

Mersea, West,
-, prior of,
-, urban district,

Mersea Island,

Mersea Road,

Messing,

Metcalf, John,

Methodists,
-, Primitive,
-, United Methodist Free ch.,
-, Wesleyan,
-, Culver Street ch.,
-, Maidenburgh Street chap.,
-, Wimpole Road ch.,

Metropolitan Railway Surplus Lands Co.,

Meuleon, Savary de,

Meyrick Crescent,

Middelburg (Netherlands),

Middle mill,

Middle Row,

Middleborough,

Middlesex, and see Bethnal Green; Highgate; Hoxton; Mile End; Stanmore

Middleton:
-, Rob. (fl. 1561),
-, Rob. (fl. 1723),

Middlewick,

migration to and from Colch.,

Migrode, Jan or John,

Milbank, John,

Mildmay, John,

Mile End, and see Kingswood
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, as part of borough of Colch.,
-, boundaries,
-, ch.,
-, Cock Common,
-, corpn. estate (Kingswood, Severalls),
-, council housing,
-, cts.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, econ. hist.,
-, educ.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, glebe,
-, half year lands,
-, heaths,
-, hosp., see hospitals: infectious diseases, Royal Eastern Counties' Institution, and Severalls
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Kingswood and Kingswood heath estate, see Mile End: corpn. estate
-, land in,
-, local govt.,
-, man.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, reading room,
-, recreation ground,
-, rector,
-, riots,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, Tubswick,
-, woodland,

Mile End, in Stepney (Mdx.),

Mile End Road,

Military Road,

Mill Street,

Miller:
-, Alex. Fordyce,
-, Edm.,

Mills:
-, John (fl. 1740),
-, John (d. c. 1822),
-, John Fletcher,

Mills, Bawtree, Dawnay, Curzon & Co.,

Mills, Bawtree, Errington, Bawtree & Haddock,

mills and millers, and see Bergholt, West; Bourne mill; East mill; Greenstead; Hull mill; Hythe, the; Hythe mill; Middle mill; St. John's abbey
-, fulling,
-, roughing,
-, windmills,

Milton, John,

Minories, the,

minting, and see coins

Mistley,

Modwin (fl. 1066),

Monck-Mason, E. R.,

Monk, Gen. Geo., duke of Albemarle,

Monkwick,

Monmouth, Geof. of,

Moor (Elms) Lane or Street,

moot hall, see town hall

Moore (More):
-, John,
-, Hannah,
-, T. B. G.,
-, Wm. (d. 1540, bp. of Colch.),
-, Wm. (fl. 1649),

Morant, Phil.,

Morant Road,

More, see Moore

Morfee, Rob.,

Morgan:
-, John, and his w. Anna Maria,
-, John Woodrooffe,

Moriss, Roger, and see Morris

Morland, T.,

Morley, Edw.,

Mormons, see Latter Day Saints

Morris:
-, David,
-, F. E.,
-, T. H.,
-, and see Moriss

Moseley, Sir Oswald,

Moses, H. E. & M.,

Mott (Mot, Mote):
-, Arnold de la,
-, Rob.,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos. de la,
-, Wal. le,
-, Wm. (fl. 1360),
-, Wm. (fl. 1551),
-, Wm. (fl. 1598, ? another),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1615),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1634),
-, Wm. (fl. 1639, ? another),
-, Wm. (fl. 1714),
-, -, bellfounder,
-, fam.,

Moulsham,

Mount Zion Free Church,

Mounteny, Arnulph or Arnold,

Mountnessing,

Moy, Thos.,

Multon, John,

Mumford:
-, A. G.,
-, A. G., Ltd.,
-, fam.,

Mundon,

Muntfichet, Ric. de,

Murray, Wm.,

Muscovy Co.,

Museum Street,

museums and galleries,

music and musicians,

mustarder,

Myland hospital, see hospitals: infectious diseases

Naggs, Wm.,

Napoleonic Wars,

Nassau, Ric. Savage,

Naters, C. C.,

National Freehold Land Soc.,

National Trust,

navigation and improvement commission (channel commissioners),

Nayland:
-, Alan,
-, Simon of,

Nayland (Suff.),

Naylor-Leyland, H. S.,

Neggemere, Phil.,

Neill, Thos.,

Nelson:
-, Horatio, Lord Nelson,
-, J.,

Net Work Trust,

Netherlands (Low Countries, Holland), and see Delft; Dutch, the; Flushing; Kampen; Middelburg; Rotterdam; Zeeland

Nettles:
-, John,
-, Steph.,

Neve, John,

Neville:
-, Eliz.,
-, Hugh de,
-, Marmaduke,
-, Thos.,

New England (U.S.A.),

New Jerusalem Church,

New Town (Colchester),
-, ch., see St. Stephen's

Newcastle-on-Tyne,

Newcomen:
-, G. A.,
-, Thos.,

Newell, Rob. Richardson,

Newland, see St. Lawrence

Newman, E.,

Newmarket Railway Co.,

Newport,

newspapers,

Newton, John,

Nice, Benj.,

Nicholas, chaplain,

Nicholas son of Thomas,

Nicholas son of Walter,

Nicholas, Rob.,

Nicholls, Emily,

Nicholson:
-, Hugh,
-, Percy,
-, Victor,

Niger, Roger, bp. of London,

Nightingale, Sam.,

Noah's Ark Lane,

Noble, John,

nonconformity,
-, mission halls and rooms,
-, and see Anabaptists; Baptists; Brownists; Dutch church; Elim Pentecostal; Family of Love; Friends; Independents; Methodists; Presbyterians

Noreys, Ric.,

Norfolk:
-, Dorothy,
-, Sir Jas.,
-, Rob.,

Norfolk, duke of, see Howard; earl of, see Bigod

Norfolk,
-, county council,
-, and see Lynn; Norwich; Tunstead; FWalsingham; Yarmouth, Great

Norfolk Railway Co.,

Normandy,

North bridge,

North gate,

North Hill,

North mill,

North Station Road,

North Street,

Northampton, earl of, see Compton, Geo.

Northen:
-, Rob. (fl. 1523),
-, Rob. (d. 1525, another),
-, Rob. (fl. 1560),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Northey:
-, Geo.,
-, Ralph,
-, Ric.,

Northgate Street,

Northumberland, duke of, see Dudley, John

Northumberland, and see Berwick-on-Tweed; Newcastle-on-Tyne

Norton, John,

Norway,

Norwich, earl of, see Goring

Norwich,

Norwich Company of Comedians (Theatre Co.),

Notley, White,

Nottidge, Mrs.,

Nottingham, Wm.,

Nunn:
-, Edwin,
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Rog.,

Nunns Road, formerly Cut,

nursery rhymes and poems,

Nuthall, Hannah,

Oakes, John,

Oakley, Great,

Ode:
-, John,
-, Ralph,

Odolishoo, John,

Ody, Wm.,

Oldelane (Oldelond),

Oliver son of Ellis,

Olivers, see Stanway

Olmius, John,

Ongar hundred,

Orange, prince of,

Orford (Suff.),

Osbert, reeve of Colch.,

Osborne Street,

Osborne:
-, Arthur T.,
-, H. T.,
-, Hen.,
-, J. P.,
-, Thos.,

Ostrich Yard,

Owen:
-, Benj.,
-, Lewis Welsh,

Oxford,
-, Univ., and see Balliol College; Corpus Christi College

Oxford, earl and ctss. of, and see Vere

Oxford Road,

Oxfordshire, and see Oxford; Witney

oysters,

Pack, Ric.,

Page, Thos.,

Paine, Thos.,

Pake, John,

Pakeman, Hen.,

Panton, D. F.,

Papillon:
-, Eliz.,
-, John,
-, John Rawstorn,
-, Pelham R.,
-, Philip O.,
-, fam.,

Paris (France),

parish government,
-, officers,
-, and see Berechurch, par. officers; Greenstead: local govt.; Lexden: local govt.; Mile End: local govt.

Parker:
-, Chas.,
-, E. W. H. Harley,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., Lord Chancellor,

Parker-Jarvis, Chas.,

parks and recreation grounds,
-, and see Berechurch; Greenstead; Lexden

parliament:
-, elections,
-, Essex M. P.s,
-, representation of Colch.,

Parmenter:
-, Hen. le,
-, Saer le,

Parnell, Jas.,

Parr, Sam.,

Parrock fleet, see Colne, river

Parson's Heath,

Parsonson, A. C.,

Partridge, fam.,

Pasley Engineering Co.,

Patmore, Ric.,

Patrick, earl of Salisbury,

Pattrick, Geo.,

Pawsey, fam.,

Paxman:
-, Edw. P.,
-, Jas. N.,

Paxman's works, and see Davey, Paxman & Co.

Peacock, John,

Peacock Alley,

Peake Ltd.,

Pearson, Weetman D., Lord Cowdray,

Pebmarsh, John,

Peckover, A.,

Peek (Peeke):
-, Cath.,
-, Mary, m. Thos. Turgis,
-, Nic.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Pekins, John,

Peldon, John,

Peldon,

Pelham, Wm.,

Pelham's Lane,

Pell (Pelle):
-, C. W.,
-, Thos.,

Penn (Penne):
-, Wm. (fl. 1385),
-, Wm. (fl. 1677),

Penneth:
-, Anne, see Brettle
-, Thos.,

Pepper, John,

Percy:
-, Thos.,
-, Mr.,

Perry, Thos.,

Person, John,

pest houses,

Pete (in Peldon),

Peto, S. M.,

Petworth, Wm.,

pewterers,

Philbrick, F. B.,

Philip, John,

Phillips, Wm.,

Philosophical Soc.,

physicians, surgeons, and apothecaries,

Picardy (France),

Pigg:
-, Oliver (fl. 1560s),
-, Oliver (fl. 1569, another),

Piggot, Alex.,

Pilborough, John,

Pinnacle gardens,

Piper, A. W.,

plague, see epidemics

Plaiz, Giles de, Lord Plaiz,

Plantagenet:
-, Arthur, Viscount Lisle,
-, Edw., earl of Warwick,
-, Eliz., m. Francis Jobson,

Plaunting, Adam,

plays, see theatres

Plomer, Ric.,

Pod:
-, Alex.,
-, John,

Poland, see Gdansk

police, see borough; Essex

Pollard:
-, Francis (d. 1638),
-, Francis (d. 1670),

pontage,

poor relief,
-, borough,
-, corpn. of poor (workho. corpn.),
-, poorho.,
-, workho.,
-, parochial,
-, workho.,
-, poor rate, see taxation
-, union workho.,

Poor Row,

Popes Head,

Popes Lane,

population,

port, see Hythe, the

Porter, W. J.,

Porthawe,

Portuguese Co.,

postal services,

Potter:
-, Chris.,
-, John,
-, Rob.,

pottery- and tile-making,

Poulton, W. F.,

Powell:
-, Francis,
-, Jos.,

Powell & Sons,

Pownall Crescent,

Poyner, Mary,

Presbyterians,

Prestney, Jeremiah,

Preston, Geo.,

Prettygate,

Price:
-, John (fl. 1570),
-, John (fl. 1713),
-, John (d. c. 1743, another),
-, Martin,
-, Mary,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. O.,

Primerole, John,

Primrose, Archibald Phil., earl of Rosebery,

Prior:
-, Asher,
-, D., & Sons,
-, Rob.,

Priory Street,

Pritchard, Geo.,

Proost, Jonas,

prostitution,

Pruet, Ric.,

Prussia,

Prynne, Wm.,

Public Hall (later St. George's Hall),

public work schemes,

Pugin, A. W. N.

Pulley, Ric.,

Pulleyne, John,

purveyance,

Putto, Thos.,

Pye:
-, John,
-, Maurice,

Pyefleet, see Colne, river: Parrock fleet

Pyne, Benj.,

Quakers, see Friends

Quakers Alley,

Queen Anne's Bounty,

Queen Street,

Quick, Arnold,

Quimper (France),

racing, see sports

Radcliffe:
-, John, Lord FitzWalter,
-, Rob. (d. 1542), Lord FitzWalter, earl of Sussex,
-, Rob. (d. 1629), earl of Sussex,
-, fam.,

Radhams, John,

Radicals,

Radwinter,

Railway hotel,

railways,
-, stations,

Rainham, John,

Rainsford:
-, Hen.,
-, Sir John,
-, Sir Laur.,

Ralling, T.,

Ralph son of Peter,

Ralph son of the priest,

Ramsey,

Ramyssen, Wal.,

Rank Hovis McDougall,

Ratepayers' Association,

Rattlesdon, John,

rawboots,

Rawdon, Marmaduke,

Rawlinson, Wm.,

Rawstorn:
-, Ann,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos., and his w. Sophia,
-, Mrs.,
-, fam.,

Rawstorn Road,

Rayne,

Rayner:
-, Cornelius,
-, John,

Raynham, Edw.,

Read, Mat.,

Rebow:
-, Chas. Chamberlain,
-, Francis Slater,
-, H. J. Gurdon-, see Gurdon-Rebow
-, Sir Isaac,
-, (later Rebow Martin) Isaac Martin,
-, Isaac Lemyng,
-, J. Gurdon,
-, John,
-, Mary, w. of Sir Isaac, see Lemyng
-, Mary, w. of Isaac Martin, see Martin
-, fam.,

Red Lion inn,

Red Row (later the Dutch Bay Hall),

Rede, Wm.,

Reed International Group,

Reid, H. H.,

Reiss, R. L.,

religious life,
-, chantries,
-, common preacher,
-, Evangelicalism,
-, guilds,
-, Marian martyrs,
-, pilgrimage,
-, puritanism,
-, sabbatarianism,
-, Tractarianism,

Reve:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Reyne:
-, Mary or Mariot, m. Simon Fordham,
-, Wm.,

Reyners Lane,

Reynold:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Reynolds:
-, Thos. (fl. 1636-7),
-, Thos. (d. 1665),
-, Mr.,

Richard son of Marcian,

Rich:
-, Hen., Lord Holland,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob., earl of Warwick,
-, Rob., Lord Rich,
-, Thos.,

Richard I,

Richard II,

Richard, duke of Gloucester,

Richard, earl of Cornwall,

Richard son of Gilbert,

Richardson:
-, Chas.,
-, Fred.,
-, John (fl. 1700),
-, John (d. 1721, another),

Rickmansworth (Herts.),

Ridley, Nic., bp. of London,

riots and civil disturbances,

Rivenhall,

Rivers, Ctss., see Kitson, Mary

Roach river,

road transport,

roads,
-, bypasses and relief roads,
-, turnpikes, and see taxation: turnpike tolls

Roberts:
-, John,
-, Phil.,
-, Sarah,
-, Theophilus,

Robinson, John, bp. of London,

Robjent, Jas.,

Robyn, Wm.,

Rochelle, la (France),

Rochester (Kent),
-, bps. of,

Rochford, Guy of,

Rogers:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Roigne, Wm. de,

Rolfe, C. C.,

Roman Catholics, and see Berechurch; Greenstead

Roman river,

Roman Road,

Rome,

Roos, Helen de, m. Geof. Brockhole,

Rootsey:
-, John,
-, Sam.,
-, fam.,

Roper, Hen.,

Rose:
-, E., & Co.,
-, Geo.,
-, Thos.,

Rose and Crown inn,

Rosebery, earl of, see Primrose

Rotterdam (Netherlands),

Rouen (France),

Rouge, John,

Round:
-, Capt. E. J.,
-, Chas.,
-, Chas. Gray,
-, Douglass,
-, E. A.,
-, Emma Sarah,
-, Geo. (fl. 1790),
-, Geo. (d. 1857),
-, Jas. (d. 1806),
-, Jas. (d. 1809),
-, Jas. (fl. 1904),
-, Jas T.,
-, Marg., see Cooper
-, Mary,
-, Thamar, see Creffield
-, fam.,

Round, Green, & Co.,

Rouse, John,

Rovers Tye,

Rowhedge (in East Donyland),

royal demesne in Colch.,

Royal Eastern Counties' Institution, see hospitals

Royal Grammar school,
-, masters,

Roydon (Herts.),

Ruffle, Thos.,

Ruffles, Sophia,

Ruilli, Hubert de,

Rush, Hayward,

Rushworth, John,

Russell, John,

Rust:
-, C. T.,
-, Thos.,

Ruting (Ruytinck), John (Jan),

Rye (Suss.),

Ryegate,

Ryegate Road,

Sackville:
-, Ric., earl of Dorset,
-, Thos., Lord Buckhurst, earl of Dorset,

saddlers,

Sadler, Hen.,

Saer son of Henry,

Saer son of Ralph,

sailors, see mariners

St. Albans (Herts.),
-, bp.,

St. Andrew's chapel,

St. Anne's church, Ipswich Rd.,

St. Anne's chapel and hospital,

St. Barnabas's church, Old Heath,

St. Botolph's brook,

St. Botolph's gate, see South gate

St. Botolph's parish,
-, buildings and growth,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, bldg.
-, educ.,
-, outlying parts,

St. Botolph's priory,
-, barn,
-, estates,
-, patron of Colch. chs.,
-, prior,
-, tithes,

St. Botolph's Street,

St. Catherine's College, Cambridge,

St. Catherine's hospital,

St. Cedd's church,

St. Clare:
-, Hamon of,
-, Hubert of,
-, Wm. of,
-, fam.,

St. Clare Road,

St. Cross chapel,
-, chantry,

St. Cross hospital,

St. George's Hall, see Public Hall

St. Giles's parish,
-, buildings and growth,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, educ.,
-, guild,
-, outlying parts,
-, poor relief,
-, rectors, vicars, and curates, and see Cock, Sam. and Wm.

St. Helen's chapel,

St. Helen's guild,

St. Helen's Lane,

St. Helen's well,

St. James's parish,
-, buildings and growth,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, bldg.,
-, educ.,
-, guild,
-, outlying part,
-, poor relief,
-, rectors and curates, and see Wayne
-, rectory ho.,

St. John the Evangelist's church (Anglo-Saxon),

St. John the Evangelist's church, Ipswich Rd.,

St. John's abbey,
-, abbot, and see Marshall, Thos.; Wande; William
-, dissolution,
-, estates,
-, manorial courts,
-, mills,
-, patron of Colch. chs.,
-, prior,
-, relations with town,
-, tithes,

St. John's Abbey (post-dissolution house),
-,

St. John's green,

St. John's Street,

St. Lawrence (formerly Newland) parish,
-, East Newland,

St. Leonard's parish, at the Hythe,
-, buildings and growth,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, bldg.,
-, chantry,
-, churchyard,
-, guild,
-, rectors, and see Goffe, -; Piggot; Upcher, Thos.; Walker, Peter
-, and see Hythe, the

St. Martin's parish,
-, buildings and growth,
-, ch.,
-, bldg.,
-, educ.,
-, poor relief,

St. Martin's House,

St. Martin's Lane,

St. Mary's-at-the-Walls parish,
-, bp. of London's soke,
-, buildings and growth,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, bldg.,
-, chantry,
-, churchyard,
-, educ.,
-, land in,
-, outlying parts,
-, rector,
-, rectory ho.,

St. Mary Magdalen's parish,
-, ch.,
-, churchyard,
-, educ.,
-, rector, see Honifold

St. Mary Magdalen's hospital,
-, master,

St. Mary's chapel,

St. Mary's Lane,

St. Nicholas's parish,
-, buildings and growth,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, bldg.,
-, chantry,
-, educ.,
-, guild,
-, poor relief,
-, rectors and curates,

St. Nicholas's Street,

St. Omer (France),

St. Osyth parish,
-, abbey (formerly priory),
-, abbot,

St. Osyth (or Colne) point,

St. Ouen (France), abbey,

St. Paul's church,

St. Peter's parish,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, bldg.,
-, churchyard,
-, educ.,
-, guild,
-, mkt.,
-, outlying parts,
-, parish clerk,
-, poor relief,
-, vicars and curates,
-, vicarage ho.,

St. Peter's Street,

St. Runwald Street,

St. Runwald's parish,
-, buildings and growth,
-, ch.,
-, bldg.,
-, churchyard,
-, educ.,
-, mkt.,
-, poor relief,

St. Stephen's church,

St. Thomas's chapel,

Sainte-Mère-Église, Wm. of, bp. of London,

Sainty, Phil. M.,

Salary brook,

Salcott,

Salisbury, earl of, see Patrick

Salisbury Road,

salt and salters,

Salter, Peter, see Aston

Salvation Army,

Sampford, Great,

Samson, abbot of Bury St. Edmunds,

Samuel son of Aaron,

Samuel son of Jechiel,

Samuel, Mic.,

Sanders:
-, E. J.,
-, Kathleen Elfreda,
-, Percy A.,
-, Ric.,

Sanders, Evatt & Son,

Sandwich (Kent),

Sandys, Sam.,

Sansom, Mr.,

Sargent, G.,

Sauvage, John,

Savary:
-, Hen.,
-, Ralph,

Savey, John,

Savill:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Sam.,

Saville, John,

Saxe, Wm.,

Saxmundham (Suff.),

Sayer:
-, Geo.,
-, Giles,
-, John (fl. 1454),
-, John (fl. 1634),
-, fam.,

Scarlett, John,

Scarletts House,

Schere Street,

Scheregate (King's scherde),

schools, see education

Schrebbe Street,

Scoles, J. J.,

Scotland, and see Edinburgh
-, queen, see Mary

Scott:
-, Chris.,
-, Sir Geo. Gilbert,

scriveners,

Scrope:
-, Sir Geof. le,
-, fam.,

Seaber:
-, Wm., the elder,
-, Wm., the younger,

Seabrook, John,

Seagrave, Steph. of,

Seaman:
-, Meshach,
-, Nat.,
-, and see Seman

Searle, Rob.,

Sears, David,

Second World War,

Sedbergh, Wm.,

Selby, Rob.,

Selden, John,

Selfe, Penelope, see Lucas

Selly, Eliz.,

Seman, John, and see Seaman

Senior, Heap & Co.,

servants (domestic),

service industries,

Seventh Day Adventists,

Severalls estate, see Mile End: corpn. estate

Severalls hospital, see hospitals

Severalls Lane,

Seville (Spain),

Sewell, Sigismund,

sewerage, see drainage and sewerage

Shalford,

Shave, Thos.,

Shaw:
-, John at (fl. 1296),
-, John (fl. 1647),
-, Sir John (fl. 1660),
-, Ric.,
-, Sam.,
-, Thamar,
-, Thos.,

Shaws farm,

shearmen,

Sheepen,

Sheepen Road (Lane),

Shelton, Wm.,

Shenfield,

Shenstone (Staffs.),

Shepherd, Jos.,

Sheppard, W. J. L.,

Sherman, Wm.,

Shewell, Jos.,

Shewell Road,

Shields, South (co. Dur.),

Shilbury, Gerard,

Shillito:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

ship money, see taxation

ship-building,

shipmen, see mariners

ships and shipping,

Shiregate Street,

Shirley, Isaac,

Shirley (Hants),

shoemakers, and see cordwainers

Sholand,

shops,

shop-workers,

Short Cut Road,

shrebgavel,

Shropshire, see Ludlow

Shrub End,
-, All Saints' ch.,

Shrub Street,

Shrub wood,

sieges,
-, of 1648,

silk trade and industry,

Silver Street,

Simeon, Chas.,

Simmonds, Martha,

Simnell, Ric.,

Simon son of Marcian,

Simpson:
-, Barnabas,
-, Eliz.,
-, G. H.,
-, Mary,
-, Wm.,
-, Mrs.,

Sir Isaac's Walk,

Sisson, Marshall,

Sisters of Mercy,

Sittingbourne (Kent),

Skingle, Ric.,

Skingsley, John,

Skinner:
-, John,
-, Ralph,
-, Thos.,

skinners,

Sloman, Sir Albert E.,

Smallpiece, John,

smallpox, see epidemics

Smallwood, C. C.,

Smith (Smit):
-, A. M.,
-, Benj.,
-, Chas.,
-, E. Thompson,
-, Edw., and his w. Ursula,
-, 'Gypsy',
-, John (Jan),
-, Marmaduke,
-, Rob.,
-, S. T.,
-, Solomon,
-, T.,
-, Thos.,
-, W. B.,
-, Wm. (d. 1460),
-, Wm. (fl. 1463),
-, Wm. (fl. 1799),
-, and see Smyth

smuggling,

Smyth:
-, Charlotte, m. Thos. White,
-, Jas.,
-, Sir Geo. Hen.,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Trafford,
-, fam.,
-, and see Smith

Smythies:
-, Francis (d. 1798),
-, Francis (d. 1840),
-, John,
-, John Rob.,
-, Palmer,
-, Wm.,
-, Yorick,
-, fam.,

Snell, Edw.,

societies and clubs,
-, building societies,
-, friendly and benefit,

Sokeham, see London: bp., soke

Somer, Ralph,

Somerleyton (Suff.),

Somerset, see Bath

South (St. Botolph's) gate,

South Eastern (Brush) Electric Light and Power Co. Ltd.,

South Sea Bubble,

South Street,

South Town,

Southampton (Hants),

Southminster,

Southsherde Street,

Southwark (Surr.),

Southwell, Cath., m. Hen. Audley,

Spain, and see Seville

Spanish Co.,

Sparling:
-, W. B.,
-, Wm.,

Spenser (Spencer):
-, Geof.,
-, Nic.,
-, Ric.,

Spice:
-, Clement (fl. 1363),
-, Clement (d. 1483),
-, Humph.,
-, Philippa,
-, Ric.,
-, Rog.,

Spiritualists,

sports, games, and pastimes,
-, archery,
-, ballooning,
-, bear-baiting,
-, bowling,
-, cricket,
-, football,
-, hunting,
-, racing,
-, swimming,
-, tennis,

Spottiswoode Ltd.,

Spring, fam.,

Springfield,

Spurgeon, C. H.,

Spurrier, E.,

Squire, Edw.,

Stade (Germany),

Staffordshire, and see Shenstone

Staines, Sir Wm.,

Stamp, Thos.,

Standard ironworks,

Standly, John,

Stanford & Co.,

Stanhope:
-, Chas., Lord Stanhope,
-, John, Lord Stanhope,

Stanmore (Mdx.),

Stansted, John,

Stansted,

Stanton:
-, A. H.,
-, Thos.,

Stanway, John of,

Stanway,
-, as address,
-, Belhus,
-, ch.,
-, detached part,
-, Gosbecks,
-, heath,
-, Lexden as berewick of,
-, man.,
-, Olivers,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, tithes,

Stanway (formerly Empford) bridge,

Stanwell,

Stanwell Road,

Stanwell Street,

Steeple,

Stephen, king,

Stephen son of Ralph,

Stephens:
-, Jas.,
-, John (d. 1620),
-, John (d. 1625),
-, Mat.,
-, Thos.,
-, and see Stevens

Stepney (Mdx.), see Mile End

Stepyng, Frowyn, n

Sterne, John, bp. of Colch.,

Stevens:
-, H. P.,
-, John,
-, and see Stephens

Stilman, John,

Stisted,

Stockton, Owen,

Stockwell Street, and see East Stockwell Street; West Stockwell Street

Stoke-by-Nayland (Suff.),

Stone, John,

Stone Street,

Stopes:
-, Arthur,
-, C.,
-, fam.,

Stopingdon, John,

Storks, Gen. Sir Hen.,

Storry, Rob.,

Stour river and valley,

Stourton, Jos., Lord Stourton,

Stow:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Stowmarket (Suff.),

Strachey, Wm.,

Strange, Alice,

Stratford (unidentified) (Suff.),

Stratford St. Mary (Suff.),

streets,
-, cleansing and repair,
-, lighting,
-, names,
-, Roman,

Strethall,

strikes,

Strong, Phil.,

Strutt:
-, Benj.,
-, Col. J. H.,

Stuttle:
-, Westerby,
-, Wm.,

Sudbury (Suff.),

Suffolk,
-, county council,
-, and see Aldham; Alpheton; Bergholt, East; Bungay; Bury St. Ed munds; Clopton; Dunwich; Fe lixstowe; Framlingham; Gorles ton; Grundisburgh; Hadleigh; Hengrave; Higham; Ipswich; Lavenham; Nayland; Orford; Saxmundham; Somerleyton; Stoke-by-Nayland; Stowmar ket; Stratford; Stratford St. Mary; Sudbury; Walton Castle; Woodbridge; Yarmouth, Little; Yoxford

Sumpter:
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,
-, Margery, see Brockhole

Sunderland,

surgeons, see physicians

Surrey, and see Chelsham Wateville; Southwark; Warlingham

Sussex, earl of, see Radcliffe, Rob.

Sussex, see Beachy Head; Chichester; Lewes; Rye; Winchelsea; Wiston

Sutton:
-, Margery, m. - Walton,
-, Margery, w. of Wm., see Battle
-, Ric.,
-, Sir John de (three of the name),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Swallow, Chris.,

Sweden,

Sweyn:
-, John (fl. 14th cent.),
-, John (fl. 1498),

swimming, see sports

Swinborne, Wm.,

Swinborne and Co.,

Swinnerton:
-, Mary,
-, Sir John,

Switzerland, see Geneva

Synagogue Yard,

Tabor:
-, Jonathan,
-, Rob.,
-, Sam.,
-, - (fl. 1775),
-, fam.,

Tacitus (historian),

Tacke, Alex.,

tailors,

Talcott:
-, Ann, m. - Furley,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1604),
-, Thos. (d. 1685),
-, Wm.,

tallage, see taxation

tanners and tanneries,

Tasciovanus, king of the Catuvellauni,

taxation:
-, borough rate,
-, Civil War,
-, church rates,
-, customary dues,
-, customs,
-, hearth tax,
-, land tax,
-, poll taxes,
-, poor rate,
-, ship money,
-, subsidies,
-, tallage,
-, turnpike tolls,

Taylor:
-, Ann,
-, Isaac,
-, Jane,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Tayspill:
-, Geo.,
-, fam.,

telecommunications,

Temple, Master of the,

temples, Roman,
-, of Claudius,

Tendring, John of,

Tendring,
-, bailiff,

Tendring hundred,

Tendring Hundred Railway Co.,

Tennants Lane,

tennis, see sports

Terling,

Territorial Army,

Tettrell, G.,

Teulon, S. S.,

textile industry, and see bay and say trade; clothmaking

Tey:
-, Agnes, see Baude
-, Sir Rob. (fl. 1364),
-, Rob. (fl. 1396, ? another),
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Tey, Great,

Tey, Little,

Tey, Marks,

Teynturer, John le,

Thames, river,

Thaxted,

theatres and plays,
-, Roman,
-, and see Mercury theatre

Thelstreet,

Theydon Bois,

Thirsk, John,

Thomas, dean of Colch.,

Thomas, reeve of Colch.,

Thomas, Bryan,

Thompson:
-, Geo.,
-, H. G.,
-, J.,
-, M. G.,
-, Wm.,

Thorley, Mary Montagu,

Thorn:
-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,

Thornton
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, -, bellfounder,

Thorogood, Harry,

Thorpe-le-Soken,

Thorrington,

Three Cups inn (later Cups hotel),

Throgmorton, Jas.,

Thurstable classis,

Thurston:
-, Edm.,
-, Jos.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Thyrstell, Dr.,

Tidmarsh, Ric.,

Tierney, Geo.,

Tilbury, ferry,

tile-making, see pottery

Tillam, Thos.,

Tills, Newton,

Tindal, Nic.,

tithes, exchanges and disputes,

Todd, Sam.,

Togodumnus, son of Cunobelin,

Tollesbury,

Tolleshunt (unidentified),

Tolleshunt D'Arcy,

Tolleshunt Knights,

tolls, and see Hythe, the; taxation: turnpike tolls

Tomlinson:
-, Nic., and his w. Eliz.,
-, Wm. R.,
-, fam.,

Tories,

Torkington, Rob.,

Tote, Wm. le,

Totham, Great,

Totham, Little,

Tovy (or Tony), Alex.,

Town, W. H.,

town (moot) hall,
-, medieval,
-, of 1845,
-, of 1902,
-, gaol,

Townsend:
-, Rog.,
-, Sir Rog.,

Townshend, John,

trade:
-, coastal,
-, overseas,

trade unions, and see Colchester Trades Council

transport, internal,
-, buses,
-, cabs,
-, trams,

Tren, John,

Trew, John,

Triggs, fam.,

Trinity House (ho. in Colch.),

Trinity Street,

Trinovantes, the,

Trotter, H. J.,

Trudgeover, see Eagles

Trussler, John,

Tubbe:
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Tuffnell (Tufnell):
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,

Tuller, Rob.,

tumbrel, see borough; Greenstead; Lexden

Tunstead (Norf.),

Turgis:
-, Mary, see Peek
-, Thos.,

Turner:
-, E. H.,
-, J. J. C.,
-, Rob.,
-, Sally, see Bevan
-, T. J.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1578),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1631),
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1800),
-, fam.,

Turner Village (hosp.),

turners,

turnpikes, see roads

Tute, Wm.,

Twining:
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Tyler, Wat,

Tymperleys,

typhoid, see epidemics

Union Lane,

Unitarians,

United Reformed church, see Independents

United States of America,
-, armed services,
-, and see Boston; New England

university, see Essex University

university extension centre, see Cambridge

Upcher:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Ursus, Ric.,

utilitarianism,

Uttlesford hundred,

vagrancy,

Vale, Dan.,

van den Berghe, Theodorus,

Vere:
-, Aubrey de,
-, Dorothy de, ctss. of Oxford,
-, Edw. de, earl of Oxford,
-, Eliz. de, see Howard
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1462),
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1513),
-, John de (d. 1526),
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1540),
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1562),
-, Maud de, ctss. of Oxford
-, Ric. de, earl of Oxford,
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Verly, Phil. de,

Vernon:
-, Bowater,
-, fam.,

Verrer, Mat. le,

Vertue, John,

Vicars, John,

Vickers:
-, John (fl. 1654),
-, John (fl. 1656, ? another),

Victoria Road,

victualling trades,

Vineyard Street,

Vint, Hen.,

Virley,

Vittels, Chris.,

Vridach, Johann, n

Waag, Hyman,

Wade:
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Walchelin, bp. of Winchester,

Waldegrave:
-, Geo., Earl Waldegrave,
-, Jas., Lord Waldegrave,

Walden, Saffron, abbey,

Waleram (fl. c. 1070),

Wales, prince of, see Edward VII; Edward VIII

Wales,

Walford:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Walker:
-, Hen.,
-, Peter,
-, Wm.,

Walkern, honor of,

Walkesdon, John,

Wall, John,

Wallace, Alex.,

Walleys, Eliz.,

Wallingford (Berks.),

Wallis:
-, Chas.,
-, Jos.,

Wallis & Coleman,

walls,

Walsingham, Sir Francis,

Walsingham (Norf.),

Walter son of Roger,

Waltham, Great,

Waltham, Great or Little,

Waltham Holy Cross,
-, abbey,

Walton:
-, Joan, m. John Howard, Lord Plaiz,
-, John,
-, Margery, see Sutton
-, Ric.,

Walton Castle (Suff.),

Walton-le-Soken (-on-the-Naze),

Walton-on-Naze urban district,

Wande, Wm. de, abbot of St. John's,

War Department or War Office,

Ward:
-, A. O.,
-, C. J.,
-, C. T.,
-, Jos.,
-, Knox,
-, Maria,
-, Ralph,

Wardell, W. H.,

wards,

wardsilver,

Ware, Wm.,

Warin son of William,

Warin:
-, Adam,
-, John,
-, Ralph,

Warlingham (Surr.),

Warmington:
-, F. W.,
-, F. W., & Co.,

Warner, Thos.,

Warren:
-, Edm.,
-, W.,

Warwick, earl of, see Dudley, Ambrose; Plantagenet, Edw.; Rich, Rob.

Warwickshire, see Coventry

Water, John,

Water Lane,

water supply,
-, Jumbo (water tower),
-, waterworks,
-, wells and springs,

Waterman, Jas.,

Watkin, G. H.,

Watkins, O. D.,

Watson:
-, Brian,
-, Joan,
-, John,
-, Wm. (d. 1571),
-, Wm. (fl. 1596),

Watts:
-, Edm.,
-, Jas.,
-, L. J.,

Wayne, John,

weavers,

Webb (Webbe):
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Webster:
-, Mary,
-, Sir Thos.,

Weddell, Thos. Phil., see Grey

Weeley,

Wegg:
-, Geo. (d. c. 1745),
-, Geo. (d. 1777),
-, Sarah, see Creffield
-, fam.,

weights and measures, assize of,

Welde, Ric.,

Wellesley, Arthur, duke of Wellington,

Wellesley Street, see Blatch Street

Wellington, duke of, see Wellesley

Wellington Street,

Wells, John,

wells and springs, see water supply

Wentworth, John,

Werkwode, John,

Wesley, John,

West Mersea, see Mersea, West

West Stockwell Street (Angel Lane),

Westmarsh point, see Brightlingsea

Westminster,
-, abbot, see Colchester, Wm.
-, abp., see Bourne

Westness,

Wetzlar (Germany),

Whaley, Chas.,

Wheeler:
-, C. E.,
-, J. R.,
-, Jas.,
-, Wm.,

Wheeley, John,

Whigs,

Whitbread, Thos.,

Whitby (Yorks. N.R.),

White:
-, Charlotte, see Smyth
-, John,
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1566),
-, Thos. (fl. late 18th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. 1864),
-, Thos. G. G.,

White Hart inn,

Whitefoot's Lane,

Whitewell Road (Street),

Whitmore:
-, F.,
-, Geo.,
-, Wm. (d. 1678),
-, Wm. (d. 1684),
-, fam.,

Whitmore heath,

Whitsand, Ric. of,

Wickham St. Paul's,

Wicks, Jas.,

Widdington,

Wigborough,

Wilbye, John,

Wiles, John,

Wiles & Son,

Wilkes, John,

Wilkinson:
-, C.,
-, G. H.,
-, John,

William I,

William II,

William III,

William, abbot of St. John's,

William the deacon,

William son of Benet,

William son of Robert,

William son of Warin,

William the bishop's nephew,

Williams:
-, Edw.,
-, Rog.,
-, W. H.,

Williams Walk,

Willis, W.,

Wilshire, Thos.,

Wilson, Thos.,

Wimbish,

Winchelsea (Suss.),

Winchester, n,
-, bp., see Beaufort; Walchelin

Winchilsea, earl of,

wine, assize of,

wine trade,

Winnock, John,

Winsley:
-, Arthur,
-, Ric.,

Winsleys (house),

Wire, Wm.,

Wiston (Suss.),

witchcraft,

Witham,

Witham half hundred,

Withers:
-, G. M.,
-, Geo.,

Witney (Oxon.),

Wivenhoe,
-, as address,
-, cts.,
-, marshes,
-, park,
-, ships and shipping,
-, urban district,
-, Wivenhoe heath,
-, Wivenhoe Park,

Wix,

woad,

Wolsey, Cardinal Thos.,

Wolton, Hen.,

Wood:
-, Jas. Hatton,
-, John,
-, M. W., Ltd.,
-, Ric. Hen.,
-, Stanley Rose,
-, Thos.,

Woodbridge (Suff.),

Woodrooffe, Thos.,

Woods, Dr. Loftus,

woods,

Woodthorpe, John,

Woodward:
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

wool,

Wooster, S. H.,

Worcester,

Worcestershire, see Hanbury; Worcester

Workhouse Lane,

workhouses, see poor relief

Wormingford,

Worsnop, L. M.,

Wrabness,

Wren, Mat., bp. of Ely,

Wright:
-, Dan.,
-, Fred.,
-, G. F.,
-, John,
-, Peter,
-, Wm. (fl. 1539),
-, Wm. (fl. 1870),
-, fam.,

Wright and Sons,

writs, return of,

Writtle,

Wyatt:
-, J. H.,
-, Sam.,

Wyersdale, Jas.,

Wyham (Lincs.),

Wyke:
-, Rog. (fl. 1446),
-, Rog. (fl. 1450s, another),

Wyncoll:
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,

Wyre Street,

Wyresdale, Gabriel,

Yarmouth, Great (Norf.),

Yarmouth, Little (Suff.),

York,

York, abp. of, and see Harsnett, Sam.

York, duke of, see Frederick; George VI; James II

Yorke, Phil., Lord Hardwicke,

Yorkshire, and see Heslington; Huddersfield; Hull; Whitby

Youn, Seman,

Yoxford (Suff.),

Zeeland (Netherlands),

zoo,



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