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'Index: K-Z', A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 7: Acton, Chiswick, Ealing and Brentford, West Twyford, Willesden (1982), pp. 267-279. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22619 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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Keen, Art.,

Kele, Wm. de,

Kelly:
-, Geo.,
-, J.,
-, Peter,

Kelly & Birchall,

Kempe:
-, Nic.,
-, fam.,

Kendall, Thos.,

Kendrick, J. J. P.,

Kenrick, Thos.,

Kensal Green and Kensal Rise, in Willesden,
-, allotments,
-, cemetery,
-, ch.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Kensal Manor Ho.,
-, Red Ho.,
-, farms and farmhos.,
-, Kensal,
-, flats,
-, growth,
-, housing estate, Mount Pleasant,
-, ind.,
-, Kensal New Town,
-, libr.,
-, man., see Willesden, mans.
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Case is Altered,
-, Plough,
-, rly. stas.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, schs.,
-, sewerage,
-, water,

Kensington,
-, hosp.,
-, Notting Hill,
-, sch.,
-, Palace,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, sport,

Kensington Freehold Land Trust,

Kent, Wm.,

Kent, duke of, see Edward Augustus

Kent, see Mereworth Castle; Sevenoaks

Kerry, earl of, see FitzMaurice

Kew (Surr.),
-, bridge,
-, rly. sta.,
-, ferry,
-, Gdns.,
-, Palace,

Kew Bridge Engines Trust,

Keys, John,

Kidderminster (Worcs.),

Kielmansegge, baroness von, baroness of Brentford and ctss. of Darlington,

Kilburn, in Hampstead and Willesden,
-, abbey (in Hampstead),
-, chs.,
-, dispensary,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Elms (Elm Lodge),
-, Kilburn Ho. (Great Ho.),
-, and see (all s.v. Kilburn), farms; flats; housing
-, farms and farmhos.:
-, Kilburn Manor Fm. or Ho.,
-, Tilekiln,
-, fire,
-, flats,
-, gas,
-, growth,
-, housing estate, Elm Lodge,
-, ind.,
-, Kilburn Pk.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, libr.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, police,
-, Polytechnic,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Cock,
-, Queen's Pk.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, rly. stas.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, Kilburn High Rd.,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, schs.,
-, sewerage,
-, soc. life,

Kilburn and Queen's Park Post,

Kilburn Brewery,

Kilburn brook,

Kilburn Free Press,

Kilburn News,

Kilburn Post,

Kilburn Times,

Kilby:
-, Kelita,
-, Wm.,

Killigrew, Hen.,

King:
-, C. R. B.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Dr. Wm.,
-, W. Templeton, vicar of Christ Church, Ealing,

King Church:
-, Hen. John,
-, fam.,
-, and see Church

Kingsbury,
-, Chalkhill man.,
-, ch.,
-, mins., and see Hawkins, Wm.
-, sch.,

Kingsford, Wm.,

Kingston, Wm. H. G.,

Kingston-upon-Hull, earl and duke of, see Pierrepont, Evelyn

Kingston-upon-Hull (Yorks. E. R.),

Kinnaird, Geo., Ld. Kinnaird, and his w. Eliz.,

Kirby, J. J.,

Kirkby:
-, John, bp. of Ely,
-, Wm.,

Knevett, Jonathan,

Knight:
-, Agnes, m. John Algar,
-, Alice,
-, Chas.,
-, Eleanor, see Roberts
-, Ellis,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, -, bell-founder,

Knolte, John,

Kossowski, Adam,

L. C. C., see London County Council

LEP Transport,

L.G.O.C., see London General Omnibus Co.

L.N.W.R., see London & North Western Rly.

L.P.T.B., see London Passenger Transport Board

L.S.W.R., see London & South Western Rly.

L.U.T., see London United Tramways Co.

Labelye, Chas.,

Ladds, Sarah,

Lade:
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1740),
-, (formerly Inskip), Sir John, Bt. (d.1759),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1838),

Lake, Ric.,

Lamb, Chas.,

Lambe:
-, Hen.,
-, Jas., n
-, Thos., rector of W. Twyford,

Lambert, Wm., vicar of Christ Church, Ealing,

Lambeth (Surr.), rector of, see Featley

Lamplough Radiator & Engineering Co.,

Lamplowe:
-, Geo.,
-, Rebecca,

Lancashire, see Manchester

Lancashire Dynamo & Crypto,

Landauer, Wal.,

Landis & Gyr,

Lane:
-, John,
-, Sibyl, w. of John, m. 2 John Garraway,

Langler, Chas.,

Langthorne, Thos.,

Langton, John, and see Gore-Langton

Lascelles, Ric.,

Latham, Ric.,

Latter-day Saints, see Mormons

Launder:
-, Eliz. or Edith, see Roberts
-, Thos.,

laundries,

Laurence of Papham, and his w. Alice,

Lawrence:
-, Louisa, see Trevor
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Trevor, Bt.,
-, Sir Wm., Bt.,

Lawton:
-, Marg., see Roberts
-, Ric.,

Layton, Thos.,

Le Despenser, Ld., see Dashwood

Le Hunt, John, curate of Brentford,

Lee:
-, Hugh,
-, Ric.,
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam., n

Lehook, Eliz., m. Sam. Wegg,

Leicester:
-, dowager ctss. of,
-, earl of, see Dudley, Rob.

Leigh:
-, Edw.,
-, Edw., Ld. Leigh, n

Lesieur, Sir Steph.,

Letchworth (Herts.),

Lethieullier:
-, Benj.,
-, Chris.,
-, Sarah, w. of Chris.,
-, Sarah, m. Sir Mat. Fetherstonhaugh, Bt.,

Lever, Messrs.,

Leveson-Gower:
-, Cath.,
-, Harriet, dchss. of Sutherland, see
-, Howard

Lewis:
-, Mary,
-, Rosa Frances,
-, Thos. Denison,

Leyland:
-, Chris.,
-, Joan, see Sheppard

Liberal and Radical club,

Liberal party,

Lichfield, Wm., vicar of Willesden,

Life, Edm.,

lime burning,

Lindley, John,

Little, W.,

Little Company of Mary (Sisters of Mercy),

Little Ealing, see Ealing, Little

Little Sutton, see Sutton, Little

Liverpool Trust Ltd.,

Living:
-, Alice, see Clavell
-, John,

Lloyd:
-, Eliz., m. 2 Chas. Morren,
-, Hen.,
-, Wm., bp. of Norwich,
-, and see Loyd

Local Government Board,

Lockyer:
-, Chas.,
-, Eliz., w. of John,
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Burgoyne Sharp,
-, (or Green), John,

London,
-, Bishopsgate, St. Helen's priory, and see Rollesley, Mary
-, chs. and pars.:
-, St. Alphage, London Wall,
-, St. Michael, Queenhithe, rector,
-, see Trebeck
-, St. Olave, Hart Street,
-, St. Paul's cathedral, q.v.
-, St. Peter-le-Poer,
-, citizens and merchants,
-, City:
-, Companies: Drapers' Co.,
-, Goldsmiths' Co., Grocers' Co.,
-, Corporation,
-, (ld.) mayors, see Bamme, Adam; Garraway, Sir Hen.; Gascoyne; Lyon, John; Ramsay, Sir Thos.; Vyner
-, navigation cttee.,
-, cow-keepers,
-, Goldsmiths' Hall,
-, Greater London Council, q.v.
-, London County Council, q.v.
-, Metropolis Volunteers, see Civil War
-, mus.,
-, Natural History Soc.,
-, New Coll., see Hampstead
-, Port of London Authority,
-, Queenhithe,
-, St. Bartholomew, Smithfield:
-, hosp.,
-, priory,
-, sewers,
-, Westminster, q.v.

London, diocese:
-, archdeacons, see Cobden; Nicholas
-, bps., and see Maurice; Winnington-Ingram
-, as patrons of chs.,

London & North Western Rly. (L.N.W.R.),

London & South Western Rly (L.S.W.R.),

London Aviation Co.,

London Baptist Assoc.,

London City Mission,

London County Council (L.C.C.),
-, Old Oak housing estate, see Hammersmith

London Diocesan Home Mission,

London Electric Rly.,

London Gazette,

London General Omnibus Co. (L.G.O.C.),

London Motor Omnibus Syndicate Ltd.,

London Passenger Transport Board (L.P.T.B.),

London Power Omnibus Co.,

London Transport,

London United Tramways Co. (L.U.T.),

Long, Ric.,

Long Ditton see Ditton

Lonsdale, Wm.,

Lort:
-, Sir John,
-, Susan, w. of Sir John,

Louis-Philippe, king of the French,

Loutherbourgh, Phil. Jas. de,

Lovat, Ld., see Fraser

Loveday, Ric.,

Lovegrove, Thos.,

Loving:
-, John (d. 1693),
-, John, s. of above,

Low, Wm.,

Lowe, fam.,

Lowe & Bydone,

Lowin, John,

Lowth, Rob., canon of St. Paul's, and his w.,

Loyd, G. A. Lewis, vicar of Chiswick, canon of St. Paul's,
-, and see Lloyd

Lucas, Jos., Ltd.,

Lucas CAV, see CAV

'Lucifer Doubtful',

Lucy:
-, Geof. de, dean of St. Paul's,
-, Ric. de,

Luther, Lavinia, wid. of John,

Lutwyche, Eliz.,

Lyndhurst, Ld., see Copley

Lyon:
-, Geo. (d. 1635),
-, Geo. (fl. 1637),
-, Hen.,
-, John (d. 1564), mayor of Lond.,
-, John (d. c. 1587),
-, John (d. 1631),
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Lyttelton:
-, Rachel, see Egerton
-, Sir Ric.,

Lytton, Edw. Geo. Earle Lytton Bulwer-, Ld. Lytton,

Macarthur, Jas., vicar of All Saints, S. Acton, later bp. of Bombay, bp. of Southampton,

Macartney:
-, Geo., Earl Macartney,
-, Jane, Ctss. Macartney,

McBain, Alex.,

Macclesfield, earl of, see Gerard

McCurd Lorry Mfg. Co.,

MacDonald, A.,

MacFarren, Sir Geo.,

Mackay:
-, Eric, Ld. Reay,
-, John,

Mackerness, Alice,

Mackley Bros.,

Macleans Ltd.,

McVitie & Price (later United Biscuits),

Maida Vale, see Paddington

Maidenhead (Berks.),

Maidstone, Thos.,

Mallet:
-, David,
-, Dorothea Celesia,

Malorre, Peter,

malting,

Man Who Was Thursday, The,

Manchester, Trafford Pk.,

Mandevil, Thos.,

Mangan, Wilfred C.,

Mangey, Thos., vicar of Ealing,

Manners, Jas.,

Manning, Hen. Edw., Cardinal,

manorial customs,

Mansfield, Ld., see Murray

Map, Wal., prebendary of Mapesbury,

Mapesbury:
-, man., see Willesden, mans.
-, prebendaries,

Mar, earl of, see Erskine

Margaret, queen of Edw. I,

Margarot, Maurice,

Marie Réparatrice, Religious Soc. of,

Maritime Lighterage Co.,

Marjoribanks:
-, Dudley Coutts, Ld. Tweedmouth,
-, Isabel Maria, m. John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon, earl of Aberdeen,

Markham, Wm.,

Marlborough, duke of, see Spencer, Chas. and Geo.

Marriot, Obadiah,

Marsh:
-, John,
-, Ralph (fl. 1649),
-, Ralph (d. 1709),
-, Ralph (fl. 1725),
-, Thos. (fl. 1679),
-, Thos. (fl. 1713),
-, -,
-, fam., n,

Marshall:
-, Edw.,
-, T. and G.,

Martin:
-, M. C.,
-, Wm., n

Mary, queen of Geo. V,

Mary Immaculate, Sisters of,

Marylebone, see St. Marylebone

Mason:
-, Ant.,
-, Dan.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Masters, Geo.,

Maufe, Sir Edw.,

Maurice, bp. of London,

Maurice of Berkeley, n

Mawe, Leonard, bp. of Bath and Wells,

Mawson:
-, Amy, m. Chas. Purvis,
-, Matthias, bp. of Ely,
-, Thos. (d. 1714),
-, Thos., s. of above,
-, fam.,

May:
-, E. J.,
-, Hugh,

Mayersback, Alex.,

Maynard:
-, Sir John,
-, Mary, w. of Sir John, later ctss. of Suffolk,

Maynwaring, Boulton,

Meacock:
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Mead:
-, Grantham,
-, John, and his w. Jane,
-, John (another),

Mears, Thos.,

medicinal waters,

Mercedes-Benz (G. B.),

Mercurius Rusticus,

Mercy, Sisters of, see Little Company of Mary

Mereworth Castle (Kent),

Merryweather, John,

Merton (Surr.), prior of,

Messeder, Isaac,

Metal Box Co.,

Methodists,

Metropolitan and Provincial Joint Stock Brewery Co.,

Metropolitan Board asylum,

Metropolitan Board of Works,

Metropolitan District Rly. (District line),

Metropolitan Electric Supply Co.,

Metropolitan Electric Tramways Co.,

Metropolitan Rly. Co.,

Metropolitan Water Board,

Meux, Ric.,

Meyers, Hen.,

Middlesex, clerk of the peace and coroner of,

Middlesex and West London Newspapers Ltd.,

Middlesex County Council,

Middlesex County Times,

Middlesex County Times Co.,

Middlesex Regiment,

Middlesex Rifle Volunteers,

Middleton:
-, John of (fl. 1295),
-, John of (another),
-, John (d. 1624),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., n

Midland & South Western Junction Rly.,

Midland Rly. Co.,

Mid-Week Gazette,

Mildmay, Marg., w. of Hen., see Awnsham

Mile End, see Stepney

Miles:
-, John,
-, Sir Jonathan,

Millard, C. P.,

Miller, Jos. or Josias,

Millington, Fras.,

mineral water wks.,

ministries, see Aviation; Defence; Environment; Health; Works

Moffatt, W. B.,

Monmouth, duke of, see Scott, Jas.

Monson, E.,

Montagu, Sir Jas., and see Wortley Montagu

Montez, Lola, m. Geo. Trafford Heald,

Montgomery:
-, Agnes, see Spartgrave
-, Field-Marshal Bernard Law, Vct.Montgomery of Alamein,
-, Jas.,
-, Jas., & Son,
-, Thos.,

Monthly Review,

Moore, Lydia, see Dawson

Moral Essays,

More:
-, Alice,
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Phillippa, w. of Edw.,
-, Sir Thos.,

Morell, Thos.,

Morgan:
-, Sir Chas., Bt., see Gould
-, Chas.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Morice, Humph., and see Morris

Morland, Geo.,

Morley, Mr., floor-cloth maker,

Mormons (Latter-day Saints),

Morren:
-, Chas.,
-, Eliz., see Lloyd

Morris:
-, Hopkin,
-, Jane Long, see Urquhart
-, Gen. Staats Long,
-, Wm., designer,
-, and see Morice

Morrison:
-, Alex.,
-, Jane, w. of Alex., later ctss. of Carnwath,

Mortlake (Surr.),

Morton, earl of, see Douglas, Jas.

Morton, Alan of, see Alan

Moseley, Wm.,

Moslems,

motor ind.,

motor racing,

Moulder, -, wid.,

Moullin, T. W.,

Mower, Mary,

Mowlem Ltd.,

Moyle:
-, Marg., m. Edw. Bennett,
-, Marg., w. of Rob., m. 2 Sir Chris. Clapham,
-, Mary, w. of Wal., m. 2 Thos. Henslow,
-, Rob.,
-, Wal. (d. 1660),
-, Wal. (fl. 1686),
-, fam.,

Mulcaster, Ric.,

Mullens, Felix,

Mulliner, R. B.,

Mumford, W.,

Mundy, Rob.,

munitions,

Murphy, Pat.,

Murray, Wm., Ld. Mansfield,

Murton, Rachel Rebecca,

N.L.R., see North London Rly.

Naipaul, V. S.,

Nalder, Fras.,

Napier, D., & Sons,

Narroway, Jos.,

Nassau:
-, Bessy, de Zuylestein, see Savage
-, Fred., de Zuylestein, earl of Rochford,
-, Ric. Savage,

National Freehold Land Soc.,

National Health Service,

National Institute of Housework,

National Liberal Land Co.,

National Refuges for Homeless and Destitute Children,

National Soc. and National schs.,

National Transit Insurance Co.,

Nazareth, see Poor Sisters

Neasden, in Willesden,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Grange (formerly Rose Cottage),
-, Grove,
-, Neasden Ho. (formerly Catewood's),
-, farms and farmhos.:
-, Bucklands,
-, Gravel Pit,
-, Little's or Barnhaw,
-, Model,
-, Neasden,
-, Stud (Elmstead),
-, Turners,
-, Wilsons or Brewers,
-, flats,
-, Braemar Ave.,
-, Neasden Ct.,
-, green,
-, growth,
-, housing estate, Metropolitan Rly.,
-, ind.,
-, Jews,
-, libr.,
-, man., see Willesden, mans.
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, office blocks,
-, Radiation Ho.,
-, pop.,
-, prebendaries,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Great Ho.,
-, Spotted Dog,
-, rly sta.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, smithy,

Neasden Waxed Paper Co.,

Need:
-, Mary,
-, Ric.,

Needler:
-, Geo.,
-, Wm.,

Nelme, fam.,

Nelson, Sir Montague,

Nelthorpe, Edw.,

Nethercliff, Mrs.,

Nevill, H. W., Ltd.,

New Engine (Motor) Co.,

New Hope Theatre Co.,

New River Co.,

New Works Programme,

Newdigate, Rob.,

Newhaven (Suss.),

Newman:
-, John Hen., cardinal,
-, fam.,

Newman & Newman,

newspapers,

Newth, Sam.,

Newton:
-, John (fl. 1814),
-, John (fl. 1961),

Nicholas I, tsar,

Nicholas, archdeacon of Lond.,

Nicholas:
-, David,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Fras.,
-, Geo.,
-, Mat., dean of St. Paul's,
-, Dr.,

Nichols:
-, John Bowyer,
-, J. B. (? another),

Nicholson and Westcar,

Nicol:
-, Cath. Nicoll Lewis, see Prout
-, Wm. Edw.,

Nicoll:
-, John (d. 1747),
-, John (d. 1819),
-, Jos. (d. 1823),
-, Jos. (d. 1853),
-, Marg., m. Jas. Brydges, duke of Chandos,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Nieuport & General Aircraft Co.,

Nodes, Oliver,

Noel, John,

Nolden, David,

nonconformity (protestant), see Baptists; Blue Ribbon Gospel Army; Brethren; Christadelphians; Christian Scientists; Congregationalists; Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance; Evangelicals; Jehovah's Witnesses; Methodists; Mormons; Pentecostalists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Railway Mission; Reformed Episcopalians; Salvation Army; Seventh Day Adventists; Spiritualists; Swedenborgians; Unitarians; United Reformed; Welsh Presbyterians

Norbury, Phil.,

Norden, John,

Noreys, John,

Norfolk, see Sandringham

North & South Western Junction Rly.,

North London Rly. (N.L.R.),

North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Co.,

North Thames Gas Bd.,

North Western Printing and Publishing Assoc. Ltd.,

Northall, Ann,

Northampton, earls and ctsses. of, see Compton

Northbrook, Osbert of, see Osbert

Northcott, Dr.,

Northolt,

Northwell, Wm. of, see William

Northwich, John of, see John

Norway:
-, Art. H.,
-, Nevil Shute,

Norwich, bp. of, see Lloyd, Wm.

Norwood,

Notting Hill, see Kensington

Noy, Sir Wm.,

Nugget Polish Co.,

Nuneaton (Warws.),

Nutus of Florence, see Florence

Nye:
-, John,
-, Phil., rector of Acton,

O. & S. Oilless Bearing Co.,

Oakley:
-, Sir Herb., Bt., vicar of Ealing,
-, T. P.,

O'Connell, Dan.,

Offa, king of Mercia,

Ogden, Ric.,

Ogston Motor Co.,

O'Halloran, Ric.,

Old Chiswick, see Chiswick, Old

Oldham, Nat.,

Oldmixon, John,

Olney, J. T.,

Ord:
-, Anne, w. of Hen.,
-, Hen.,

Orme, Rob.,

Ormerod:
-, Jos.,
-, -,

Osbert of Northbrook,

Osborne, Geo.,

Osborne (I. W.), Royal Naval Coll.,

Ossulston, Ld., see Bennet

Ottway, W., & Co.,

Otway:
-, Caroline, m. John Douglas John St.Leger,
-, Gen. Chas.,
-, Maria, see Eaton Sophia, m. Wm. Wynyard,

Ouvry, Frederic,

Owen, Thos.,

Oxford, earl of, see Russell, Edw.; Harley

Oxford, and see All Souls Coll.

Oxford University Press,

Oxgate, fam.,

Oxgate, in Willesden,
-, ch.,
-, farms and farmhos.,
-, Upper Oxgate (Old Oxgate or Oxgate),
-, Upper Oxgate (Willesden Paddocks),
-, flats,
-, growth,
-, man., see Willesden, mans.
-, pop.,
-, prebendaries,
-, roads,

Packington, Beriah, vicar of Chiswick,

Paddington,
-, cemetery,
-, Maida Vale,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, schs.,
-, sport,

Page, Wm.,

Paget, see Seely and Paget

Pain, s. of Hen.,
-, his w., see Eileen

Paine, Ric., and his w.,

Pakeman, Thos.,

Pall Mall Gazette,

Paltock, Rob.,

Panhard & Levasseur,

Pantechnicon,

paper and pulp making,

Papham, Laur. of, see Laurence

Paramour, Ric., and his w. Mary,

Parbury, Kathleen,

Parents' National Educational Union,

Paris, John de, see John

Parish, Wm.,

Park:
-, R. & J.,
-, Thos.,

Park Royal, in Willesden, Acton, and West Twyford,
-, growth,
-, ind. est.,
-, rly. stas.,

Park Royal Vehicles Ltd.,

Park Ward Ltd.,

Parker:
-, Barry,
-, Nic.,

Parrott:
-, Anne, see Cheyney
-, Thos.,

Paston:
-, Charlotte, see Boyle
-, Wm., Ld. Paston, earl of Yarmouth,

Pastorel, Wm., see William the clerk

Patent Railway Signal Works,

Paterson:
-, Geo.,
-, Sarah, see Roberts

Pattishall:
-, Alice,
-, John,

Paul, Isabella Howard,

Paulet:
-, Chas., marquess of Winchester,
-, Eliz., m. Fras. Brende,
-, John (fl. 1536),
-, John (d. 1630),
-, John (d. 1657),
-, John (fl. 1660),
-, Thos., rector of Willesden,
-, fam.,

Paxton, Jos.,

Payne:
-, Edw.,
-, Ric., and his w. Margery,
-, Selina,

Paynel, Wm.,

Paynter, fam.,

Peacocke:
-, Steph.,
-, Col.,

Pearce:
-, B. C.,
-, Dr. Ebenezer,
-, Ebenezer J.,
-, Eliz.,
-, John,
-, Nic.,
-, R. M.,
-, Wal., & Co.,
-, Zachary, bp. of Rochester,
-, and see Pierce

Pearson:
-, F. Cavendish,
-, J. L.,
-, Thos.,

Peat, Sir Rob., vicar of Brentford,

Pecche:
-, John (d. 1380),
-, John (fl. 1403),
-, Sir Wm.,

Pembroke, earls of, see Howard, Phil.; Herbert, Phil.

Penn, Wm.,

Pennoyer:
-, Sam., and his w. Rose,
-, Wm., and his w. Martha,

Penny:
-, Chas.,
-, Edw.,

Penruddock:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam., n

Pentecostalists,

Pepys, Sam.,

Perceval:
-, Anna Eliz., w. of Spencer,
-, Frederica Eliz.,
-, Jane, w. of Spencer, m. Sir Hen. Carr,
-, John, earl of Egmont,
-, Spencer (d. 1812), prime minister,
-, Spencer (d. 1859),

Perior, Geo.,

Perivale,
-, hosp.,
-, rectors, and see Shury

Perkins, Edw., vicar of Willesden,

Permutit Co.,

Perpetual Adoration, Sisters of,

Perrers, Alice, m. Wm. of Windsor,

Perrin:
-, Lucy, m. John Anbourne,
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah, w. of Ric., m. 2. Bevis Thelwall,

Perryn:
-, Alice, w. of John, m. 2 Sir Thos.
-, Vyner,
-, John,

Pershouse, Barbara,

Persia, shah of,

Pertenhale, Ric. de, rector of Acton,

Peter, s. of Wm. (FitzAlulf),
-, his s. Wm., see William

Peter, Wm.,

Peters:
-, Amy,
-, Wm.,
-, Mr.,

Petty, Jas., Vct. Dunkerron,

Peugeot Automobile U.K. Ltd.,

Peyton:
-, Susannah, see Swinden
-, Admiral,

Philip of Cowley,

Philip of Hadham,

Philippa, queen of Edw. III,

Phillips
-, Hen. Ric.,
-, J. R.,
-, Jenkin Thos.,
-, Sir Ric.,

Philpot:
-, John (d. by 1439),
-, John (d. 1485),
-, John (d. 1510),
-, Sir Peter,

Piccadilly Rly.,

Pier House Laundry,

Pierce:
-, Mary,
-, Mr.,
-, and see Pearce

Pierrepont:
-, Caroline,
-, Evelyn, earl and duke of Kingston-upon-Hull,
-, Frances, m. John Erskine, earl of Mar,
-, Isable, w. of Evelyn,
-, Mary, m. Edw. Wortley Montagu,

pig-keeping,

pigeon-shooting,

Pinero, Art. Wing,

Pinkham, Chas.,

Piou, Marguerite Amice,

Pissarro:
-, Camille,
-, Lucien,

Pistell, Wm.,

Pite, Wm. A.,

Pitshanger (Putelshanger):
-, Rob. of,
-, fam.,

Pitt, Eliz.,

Platt, Hen.,

Plesseto, Gilb. de, prebendary of Harlesden,

Plomer, John,

Plukenett, Thos.,

Pocock, W. F.,

Polco Products,

Polytechnic (London) sports grounds,

Pond's Extract Co., see Chesebrough Pond

Pontesbury, Ric.,

Poor Servants of Mother of God,

Poor Sisters of Nazareth,

Pope, Alex.,

Portland, earl of, see Weston, Jerome

potteries,

Poulett:
-, Eliz., w. of John, Ld. Poulett, m. 2 John Ashburnham,
-, John, Ld. Poulett,

Powe:
-, Agnes,
-, Wm.,

Powell, Fred. York,

Presbyterians, and see Welsh Presbyterians

Press Plating Co.,

Prest, Alf.,

Prestbury, Rob. of, see Robert

Primrose, Archibald Phil., earl of Rosebery, prime minister,

printing,

Priory Constitutional Club,

Private Eye,

Prosser:
-, J. S.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah, see Wegg

Protestant Episcopal Church of America,

Prout:
-, Cath. Nicoll Lewis, m. Wm. Edw. Nicol,
-, John Wm.,
-, W.,

Prowett, Rob.,

Prudential Assurance Co.,

Prussia, king of,

Prynne, G. H. Fellowes,

Pulleyn, -, grocer,

Pullin, R. B., & Co.,

Purvis:
-, Amy, see Mawson
-, Chas.,

Putelshanger, see Pitshanger

Pye:
-, Sir John, Bt.,
-, Ric. Allington,

Pyrus Malus Brentfordiensis,

Pywell, W.,

Quaife, Mary,

Quakers (Friends),

Quarter-Master General,

Quebec, bp. of, see Hunter Dunn

Quebec chapel, see St. Marylebone

Queenhithe, see London

Queen's Park, see Kilburn

Queen's Park Advertiser,

Queen's Park Rangers football club,

Quicke, Wm.,

R.S.P.C.A.,

Radclyffe, Anna Maria, ctss. of Derwentwater,

Raddon, Edw.,

Radford, Messrs.,

Radical Club,

Ragged School Union, and ragged schs., see Shaftesbury Soc.

Raikes:
-, Rob.,
-, Mr. and Mrs.,

railway engineering and depots,

Railway Mission,

Railway Mission Co.,

Raleigh Cycle Co.,

Ralph, Jas.,

Ramsay:
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, w. of Sir Thos., ld. mayor of Lond.,

Ranelagh, Vct. (later earl of), see Jones, Ric.

Rank Hovis McDougall,

Rank Precision Industries (Rank Pullin Controls),

Rawlinson, Jane, wid. of Sir Wm.,

Ray, Wm. Hen.,

Read, John,

Reade:
-, Anne, m. 2 Sir Thos. Gresham,
-, Chas.,
-, Mary, see Goldsmith
-, Sir Wm.,

Reading Land Co. (later Berkshire Estates Co.),

Real Property Trust Ltd.,

Reay, Ld., see Mackay, Eric

Reckitt & Colman Ltd. (formerly Reckitts),

Record, John Clark,

Redgrave, Sir Mic.,

Reding, fam.,

Redman:
-, Hen.,
-, Joan,

Redwood, John,

Reed:
-, Hugh Gilzean,
-, Mary, n

Reformed Episcopalians,

Regnart, Chas.,

Reiner (fl. before 1114),

Relton, E. W., vicar of Ealing,

Renault Ltd.,

Repton, Humph.,

Reynolds, Anna Maria,

Ricci, Sebastiano,

Rich:
-, E. C., vicar of Chiswick, canon of St. Paul's,
-, John,

Richard II,

Richard of Hameldon, and his w. Sibyl,

Richards, Geo.,

Richardson, Sam.,

Richmond, ctss. of, see Tudor

Richmond and Twickenham Times,

rifle-shooting,

Riley and Glanfield, and see Glanfield, E. B.

ritualism and High Church practices (and Anglo-Catholicism),

river transport, see Thames

Rivers, Earl, see Savage

Robert, s. of Gilb. of Chiswick,

Robert, s. of Morel, and his w. Cath.,

Robert of Prestbury,

Robert of Wodehouse, archdeacon of Richmond,

Roberts:
-, Barré Chas.,
-, Dan.,
-, David,
-, Edw.,
-, Edw.,
-, Eleanor, w. of Sir Wm., see Atye Eleanor, m. Thos. Knight,
-, Eliz. or Edith, m. Thos. Launder,
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., m. 2 Wm. Hutchenson,
-, Fras.,
-, John (fl. 1403-49),
-, John (fl. 1468, d. by 1480),
-, John (fl. 1544),
-, Marg., w. of Thos.,
-, Marg., m. Ric. Lawton,
-, Mary, w. of Fras.,
-, Mary, m. Wm. Hawkins,
-, Mic.,
-, Ralph,
-, Sarah, w. of Sir Wm.,
-, Sarah, m. 1-Hollis, Geo. Paterson,
-, Thos. (fl. 1307-27),
-, Thos. (fl. 1406),
-, Thos. (d. 1543),
-, Thos. (fl. 1679),
-, Thos. (d. 1702, ? another),
-, Ursula, w. of Mic., m. 2 Benj. Gonson,
-, (or Roberd), Wm. (fl. 1295-1306),
-, Sir Wm., Bt., M.P. (d. 1662),
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1688),
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1698),
-, Wm. (d. 1700),
-, fam.,

Robertson, Mary,

Robinson:
-, Geo. (? two of this name),
-, Sir Thos., Bt.,
-, Thos., Ld. Grantham, n
-, Mrs.,

Rochester, bps. of, see Heath, Nic.; Pearce, Zachary

Rochford, earl of, see Nassau, Fred.

Roehampton (Surr.),

Roger, Master, s. of Morel,

Roger. of Wm. de Brok,

Rogers:
-, Dr. Geo., and his w. Eliz.,
-, Geo.,

Rollesley:
-, John,
-, Mary, prioress of St. Helen's, Bishopsgate,

Rolleston, Wm.,

Rolleston (Staffs.),

Rolls Razor,

Rolls Royce Motors,

Roman Catholicism, and see Alexian Brothers; Augustinian; Benedictines; Canonesses Regular of the Lateran; Canossian Sisters; Charity, Daughters of and Sisters of; Charity of Jesus and Mary; Congregation of Jesus and Mary; Divine Word Missionaries; Holy Child Jesus; Holy Family of Bordeaux; Little Company of Mary; Marie Réparatrice; Mary Immaculate; Perpetual Adoration; Poor Servants; Poor Sisters; Sacred Heart; Sacred Heart of Mary; St. Veronica's Retreat; Verona; Visitation

Romford (Essex),

Ronalds:
-, Hugh (d. 1788),
-, Hugh (d. 1833),
-, Hugh, & Sons,
-, Rob.,

Roper, Sir Chris., and his w.,

Rose:
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,

Rosebery, earl of, see Primrose

Rothschild:
-, Sir Ant. de,
-, Hannah, w. of Nathan Mayer,
-, Leopold de,
-, Baron Lionel Nathan de,
-, Lionel Nathan de,
-, Baron Mayer de,
-, Nathan Mayer,
-, Sir Nathan Mayer, Bt., Ld. Rothschild,
-, fam.,

Rouen (France),

Round:
-, Chas. Gray,
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Rous:
-, Fras. (d. 1659),
-, Fras. (fl. 1663),
-, John,
-, Philippa, w. of Fras.,

Rouse-Boughton (formerly Boughton Rouse), Sir Chas., Bt.,

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques,

Rovedino, A.,

Rowe:
-, Lawr.,
-, Rob.,
-, T. B., & Co.,

rowing,

Rowlatt, Wm.,

Royal Agricultural Soc.,

Royal Army Service Corps,

Royal Association in Aid of Deaf and Dumb,

Royal Canine Hosp.,

Royal Chiswick Laundry,

Royal Horticultural Soc., n,

Royal India Asylum,

Royal Society,

Royal Sovereign Pencil Co.,

rubber making,

Ruffy, Arnell & Baumann,

rugby football,

Rupert, Prince,

Ruperti:
-, Geo.,
-, Geo. And.,

Rush & Co.,

Russell:
-, Anne, m. Hen. Somerset, earl of Worcester,
-, Bridget, ctss. of Bedford,
-, Edw. (d. by 1668),
-, Edw., later earl of Oxford,
-, Fras., earl of Bedford (d. 1585),
-, Fras., earl of Bedford (d. 1641),
-, John, Ld. Russell, later earl of Bedford,
-, Sir Wm., Ld. Russell of Thornhaugh,
-, Lady,
-, fam.,

Russian Orthodox Church,

Ruthven, Pat., Ld. Ruthven, earl of Forth, earl of Brentford,

Ryley, Wm.,

Rythe, Chris.,

Ryves, Bruno, rector of Acton, dean of Windsor and of Wolverhampton,

S.P.C.K.,

S.T.D.,

Sacred Heart, Sisters of Soc. of the,

Sacred Heart of Mary, Sisters of the,

St. Alphage, London Wall, see London, chs. and pars.

St. Asaph, bp. of, see Beveridge

St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, see London

St. Giles-in-the-Fields, see Holborn

St. Helen, Bishopsgate, see London, Bishopsgate

St. James's Palace, see Westminster

St. John:
-, Oliver, Ld. St. John, and his w. Agnes,
-, Lady, n

St. John's Wood, see St. Marylebone

St. Lawrence, Brentford, Trust,

St. Leger:
-, Caroline, see Otway
-, John Douglas John,

St. Luke, Old Street, see Finsbury

St. Margaret, Sisters of the Soc. of,

St. Martin-in-the-Fields, see Westminster

St. Mary and St. John, Sisterhood of,

St. Marylebone,
-, county court,
-, German Club, Foley St.,
-, Great Portland St.,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, Princess Helena coll.,
-, Quebec chapel,
-, Regent's Pk.,
-, St. John's Wood,
-, St. Saviour's ch. for deaf, Oxford St.,
-, sch.,

St. Michael, Queenhithe, rector, see Trebeck

St. Olave, Hart Street, see London, chs. and pars.

St. Pancras,
-, Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear hosp.,

St. Paul's cathedral, Lond.,
-, almoners,
-, canons, and see Alan of Morton; Cobden; Durand; Gueri; Hawkins, Fras. and Wm.; Henry; Hughes, Thos.; Lowth; Loyd; Rich, C. C.; Spateman; Wright, Moses; see also prebendaries s.vv. Bounds; Brondesbury; Brownswood; Chambers; Chiswick; Harlesden; Mapesbury; Neas den; Oxgate; Twyford, East
-, chancellor, and see Bowman; Saunders, Ant.
-, dean and chapter (as landowners), (as patrons of chs.),
-, deans, and see Coplestone; Cornhill, Hen. de; Feckenham; Lucy, Geof. de; Nicholas, Mat.; Wulman
-, prebendal estates, and see Chiswick, mans., Prebend; Willesden, mans., Bounds, Brondesbury, Chambers, East Twyford, Harlesden, Mapes bury, Neasden and Oxgate
-, sch.,

St. Peter-le-Poer, see London, chs. and pars.

St. Thomas's hosp., see Southwark

St. Veronica's Retreat,

Sale, Sir Rob.,

Salusbury:
-, Eliz. Mary, see Burroughs
-, Lynch, see Burroughs
-, Sarah, see Burroughs
-, Sir Thos. Rob., Bt.,

Salvation Army,

Sandby, Paul,

Sanders, John,

Sanderson, Art., & Sons,

Sandringham (Norf.),

Sandwith, Rob.,

Saunders:
-, Ant., rector of Acton, chancellor of St. Paul's,
-, Wm.,

Savage:
-, Bessy, m. Fred. Nassau de Zuylestein,
-, Ric., Earl Rivers,

Savile:
-, Geo., marquess of Halifax,
-, Wm., marquess of Halifax,

Saxby, John,

Saxon, John,

Saxony, king of,

Scheemakers, Thos.,

Scholes, Chas.,

Schomberg, Fred., duke of Schomberg, earl of Brentford,

Scorier, John,

Scott:
-, Chas.,
-, Sir Geo. Gilb.,
-, Jas., duke of Monmouth,
-, Jas., nurseryman,
-, John,
-, Sir Wal.,

Scrope:
-, Geof.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Seagar, Wm.,

Sedding, J. D.,

Seely & Paget,

Selby:
-, Nic.,
-, fam.,

Selfridge, Gordon,

'Selfridge' concrete hos.,

Sellon, Wm. M.,

Seneschal, Wm. the, see William

Sermon, Sarah,

Sevenoaks (Kent),

Seventh Day Adventists,

Seville cathedral,

Sexton, Geo.,

Seymour:
-, Edw., duke of Somerset,
-, Sir Edw., Bt.,
-, Laura, n,

Shackle, Thos.,

Shaftesbury, earl of, see Cooper

Shaftesbury Soc. (Ragged Sch. Union), and ragged schs.,

Shairpe, fam., and see Sharp

Shannon, Vct., see Boyle, Fras.

Sharp:
-, Eliz., see Lockyer
-, Fred.,
-, Hen. Burgoyne,
-, Lockyer,
-, Susanna,
-, Wm. (d. 1824),
-, Wm. (fl. 1835),
-, and see Shairpe

Sharpe, J. C.,

Shaw:
-, Ric. Norman,
-, Stebbing,

Shearman, E. C.,

Sheldon, Dan.,

Shepherd:
-, Sam.,
-, Mr.,
-, fam.,

Shepherd Tobias & Co.,

Shepherd's Bush, in Hammersmith:
-, ind.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, soc. life,
-, sport,

Sheppard:
-, Jack, highwayman,
-, Joan, w. of John, m. 2 Chris. Leyland,
-, John,
-, Rob.,

Sherrick Green, see Willesden

Sherrington, Gilb.,

Shipway, Rob. Wm.,

Shorter, Rob.,

Shropshire, see Craven Arms

Shugborow:
-, Christian, see Young
-, Hen.,

Shury, Ric. Badcock, rector of Perivale,

Shute, Nevil, see Norway

Sibley:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz.,
-, Rob.,

Sibson, Sarah Mary,

Sich:
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, John, the younger,
-, Sir Rupert,

Sidebotham, Radcliffe,

Sidmouth, Vct., see Addington

Sidney:
-, Mary,
-, Sir Phil.,

Simmonds, C. W. B.,

Simon:
-, Camille,
-, Camille (firm),
-, fam.,

Simpson, Wm.,

Sims, Mr., barge bldr.,

skating,

Skippon:
-, Cath., w. of Maj.-Gen. Phil.,
-, Mary, w. of Maj.-Gen. Phil.,
-, Maj.-Gen. Phil.,
-, Sir Phil.,

Slade, fam.,

slaughtering,

Sloane, Sir Hans,

Smalley, Geo.,

smallpox,

Smartfoot, Thos.,

Smee & Houchin,

Smeeth, Wm.,

Smirke, Sidney,

Smith:
-, Hen. (fl. 1846),
-, Hen. (fl. 1882, ? another),
-, Jem,
-, John, prebendary of Chiswick,
-, R. T.,
-, S.,
-, S., & Sons, see Smiths Industries
-, Thos. (fl. 1796),
-, Thos. (d. 1823, ? another),
-, W. Bassett,
-, W. H.,
-, W. H., & Son,

Smith & Harrington,

Smith Motor Accessories,

Smiths Industries Ltd. (formerly S. Smith & Sons),

Smith's Potato Crisps Ltd.,

Snell:
-, Alf. Saxon,
-, Fras. Cave,

Soame:
-, Steph.,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam.,

Soane, Sir John,

soapmaking,

Solieux, Mary,

Somerset:
-, Anne, w. of Hen., earl of Worcester, see Russell
-, Anne, w. of Hen.,
-, Chas.,
-, Dorothy, w. of John,
-, Frances, w. of Chas.,
-, Hen., earl (later marquess) of Worcester,
-, Hen. (fl. 1663),
-, Hen. (d. 1727),
-, Sir John,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Somerset:
-, duke of, see Seymour, Edw.
-, earl of, see Carr, Rob.

Somerset, see Downside abbey; Glastonbury abbey; Westbury

Somery, Joan of, see Joan

Soulsby, Lucy,

Southall,
-, boro.,

Southall, Ealing & Shepherd's Bush Tram-Railway Co.,

Southampton, bp. of, see Macarthur

Southcott, Joan,

Southern Electricity Board,

Southwark (Surr.), St. Thomas's hosp.,
-, estate,

Southwell, Anne, w. of Sir Thos.,

Spalding and Spalding,

Spartgrave:
-, Agnes, w. of John,
-, Agnes, m. 1 Sir Nic. Stukeley, - Montgomery,
-, John,

Spateman, Thos., vicar of Chiswick, canon of St. Paul's,

Spelman:
-, Eliz., see Frowyk
-, Erasmus,
-, Hen.,
-, Sir John,
-, fam.,

Spencer:
-, Chas., duke of Marlborough,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Geo., duke of Marlborough,
-, Mary, see Goldsmith

Sperry Gyroscope Co.,

Spiritualists,

sports and recreations, see archery; athletics; badminton; bowls; boxing; bull-baiting; chess; cricket; croquet; cycling; flying; football; golf; greyhound racing; gymnastics; horse racing; hunting; motor racing; pigeon-shooting; rifleshooting; rowing; rugby; skating; swimming; tennis

Stace, John,

Stacy, Wm.,

Stafford:
-, Alithea Mary,
-, Wm. John,

Stafford-Howard, Eliz., ctss. of Stafford,

Staffordshire, see Bloxwich; Brierley
-, Hill; Rolleston; Tipton; Wolverhampton

Stamford brook,

Stamford Brook or Lane, see Turnham Green

Stanhope, Phil., earl of Chesterfield,

Stanley, Eliz., ctss. of Derby,

Stanmore,

Staples & Co.,

Stapleton, Oliver,

Star Chemical Works,

starch making,

Staunton:
-, Joan, see Gloucester
-, John,

Steel:
-, Mary, w. of Thos.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1717),
-, Thos. (fl. 1753),

Steele, Messrs., bldrs.,

Stephen of Turnham,

Stepney,
-, Mile End,
-, Tower Hill,

Stevens:
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Stevenson:
-, Hen.,
-, Rob. (fl. 1747),
-, Rob. (fl. 1786, ? another),
-, fam.,

Stewart, Anne, ctss. of Galloway, and see Stuart

Stillington:
-, Rob., bp. of Bath and Wells (d. 1491),
-, Rob. (fl. 1495),

Stirling:
-, And.,
-, Wal.,

Stock, Hen.,

Stocking, F. W.,

Stoddart, Dr., vicar of Brentford,

Stokke (Stokker), fam.,

Stoll, Sir Oswald,

Stonebridge, in Willesden,
-, bridge,
-, chs.,
-, farmho., Stonebridge,
-, fire,
-, flats,
-, growth,
-, housing and council estates,
-, Brentfield,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, office blocks,
-, Station Ho.,
-, police,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Coach and Horses (formerly Stone Bridge),
-, Stonebridge Pk.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, schs.,
-, sewerage,
-, Stonebridge Pk.,

Stourbridge (Worcs.),

Strand Glass Co. (Strand Glassfibre),

Strand-on-the-Green, in Chiswick,
-, allotments,
-, almshos.,
-, amenity soc.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, London Style Ho.,
-, Springfield Ho.,
-, Strand-on-the-Green Ho. (formerly Strand Green Ho., Elms),
-, Sydney Ho. (later Stile Hall),
-, Zoffany Ho.,
-, flats, Chiswick Village,
-, growth,
-, housing and council estates,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, nursery gdns.,
-, pks. and open spaces,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Bull's Head,
-, Ship,
-, schs.,

Stratton, Jas.,

Strawberry Hill, see Twickenham

Stredder:
-, Miss M.,
-, Mrs.,

Street, Thos.,

Streetford, Mason Gerard,

Stuart:
-, Dan.,
-, Edw.,
-, and see Crichton-Stuart; Stewart

Stukeley:
-, Agnes, see Spartgrave
-, Sir Nic.,

Stump, Thos.,

Sturgess, Chas., vicar of Ealing,

Suffolk, ctss. of, see Maynard

Summerhayes:
-, Julius, vicar of St. John's, Ealing Dean,
-, Julius Jas., vicar of St. John's, Ealing Dean,

Sumner, Mrs., printer,

Sun Alliance Insurance Group,

Sunbeam Talbot Ltd.,

Sunnock, E. C.,

Surrey, see Battersea; Bermondsey; Ditton, Long; Esher; Kew; Lambeth; Merton; Mortlake; Roehampton; Southwark; Syon abbey; Wandsworth; Wisley

Sussex, see Newhaven

Sutcliffe, G. L.,

Sutherland, Graham,

Sutherland, dchss. of, see Howard, Harriet

Sutton:
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Ashfield, Bt.,
-, Sir Ric.,

Sutton, John of, see John

Sutton, Little, in Chiswick,
-, almshos.,
-, ch.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Little Sutton Ho.,
-, Sutton Court Lodge,
-, Sutton Place,
-, flats,
-, growth,
-, pop.,
-, pub. ho., Queen's Head,
-, roads,

Sutton Court nursery,

Swedenborgians,

Swift, Mary,

swimming,

Swinden:
-, Fras.,
-, Fras. C.,
-, Nat. (fl. 1710),
-, Nat. (fl. 1768-1805),
-, Susannah, m. 1 Jonathan Gurnell, Admiral Peyton,
-, fam.,

Syon abbey (Surr.),

TI Gas Spares (formerly Ascot Gas Water Heaters),

Talbot:
-, Rob., & Sons,
-, Thos.,

Tanner:
-, Ezechiel,
-, John, and his w. Anne,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

tanning,

Tappenden:
-, Chas.,
-, Fred.,

Tarring, J., & Son,

Tarver, E. J.,

Tattersall, Edm.,

Taverner:
-, Phil.,
-, Ric.,

Tayland, Thos., and his w. Edith,

Taylor:
-, A. J. A.,
-, Chas.,
-, Emily,
-, John, the 'water poet',
-, John (d. by 1685),
-, John (fl. 1717),
-, John, s. of John (fl. 1717),
-, Ric. (fl. 1689),
-, Ric. (d. c. 1715, ? another),
-, Ric. (fl. 1771),
-, Ric. (fl. 1823),

Taylor Woodrow Ltd.,

Tearle, Thos.,

temperance halls and socs.,

Tempest, Chas.,

Templar, Jas.,

Temple, Earl, see Gore-Langton

Temple Dinsley, see Dinsley

tennis,

tenure:
-, copyhold (customary),
-, enfranchisement,
-, knight svce.,
-, leasehold, bldg. leases,
-, socage,
-, subtenancies,

Terriss, Wm.,

Teulon, S. S.,

textile ind.,

Thackeray, Wm. Makepeace, n

Thames, riv.,
-, Thames Conservancy Bd.,
-, Thames Water Authority,
-, tolls,
-, transport,
-, watermen,

Thames & General Lighterage Co.,

Theatre Centre Co.,

theatres and concert halls,

Thelwall:
-, Bevis,
-, Sarah, see Perrin

Thesaurus Rerum Ecclesiasticarum,

Thirsk (Yorks. N. R.),

Thomas in the Hale,

Thomas of Brentford,

Thomas of Gloucester, and his w. Maud,

Thompson:
-, Douglas,
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Mr.,
-, Messrs.,

Thorn Electronics Ltd.,

Thorne, Peter,

Thorney:
-, Eliz., m. John Glassington,
-, Peter,
-, Thos. (d. 1612),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1633),

Thornhill:
-, Jane, m. Wm. Hogarth,
-, wid. of Sir Jas.,

Thornycroft:
-, Sir John Isaac,
-, Thos.,

Thornycroft & Co. Ltd.,

Thoroughgood, Ric.,

Thorpe, Benj.,

Thrale, Wm.,

Thynne:
-, Jane,
-, Sir John,
-, Thos., Vct. Weymouth (d. 1751),
-, Thos., Vct. Weymouth, later marquess of Bath (d. 1796),

Tidey, Alf.,

Tidy, Jas. Wm.,

Tilbury, W.,

tilemaking,

timber yards,

Tinkler, Thos.,

Tipton (Staffs.),

Tite, Wm.,

Tomkins, Thos.,

Tooke:
-, Benj.,
-, John Horne, vicar of Brentford,

Tooth, A., min. of St. Mary Magdalene,Chiswick,

Torngold:
-, Alice,
-, John,

Tower Hill, see Stepney

Town & City Properties Ltd.,

Town and General Estates Co.,

Towneley:
-, John,
-, Peregrine Edw.,

Townsend, Jas.,

Townshend:
-, Chas.,
-, Charlotte, see Compton
-, Fred.,
-, Geo., Marquess Townshend (d. 1807),
-, Geo., Marquess Townshend (d. 1855),
-, Geo. Osborne,

Trafford, Mr.,

Transworld Publishers,

Travers:
-, Anne,
-, M.,

Trebeck, Jas., vicar of Chiswick, rector of St. Michael, Queenhithe (Lond.),

Tree, Sir Herb. Beerbohm,

Treherne, W. J.,

Trevor:
-, Anne, w. of Sir John,
-, Edw.,
-, Sir John,
-, John,
-, Louisa, m. Sir Wm. Lawrence, Bt.,
-, Ric.,

Trico-Folberth,

Trimmer:
-, Abraham,
-, Anne, m. Abraham Harvest,
-, Jas.,
-, Mrs. Sarah,
-, Messrs.,
-, fam.,

Trimmer and Clarke,

Trollope, Ant.,

Trotter:
-, Sir Coutts, Bt.,
-, Lady,

Troubridge, Sir Thos.,

Trumbull, Sir Wm.,

Trumper, John,

Tubbs:
-, Mary,
-, Col. R. J. Nightingale,
-, Rob. (fl. 1757),
-, Rob. (d. 1810),
-, Rob. (fl. 1842),

tuberculosis,

Tudor, Marg., ctss. of Richmond,

Tuffin, Edw.,

Tuke:
-, Chas. Molesworth, and his wid.,
-, Thos. Harrington,
-, Thos. Seymour,

Tunnel Cement Ltd.,

Tunstall:
-, Rob. (fl. 1659),
-, Rob. (fl. 1679, ? another),
-, Rob. (fl. 1759),
-, Rob. (fl. 1789, ? two of this name),

Turnbull, Hugh, rector of Acton,

Turner:
-, Dan.,
-, Hen. Scott,
-, Maj. Hen. Scott,
-, Revd. John,
-, John,
-, T. W.,
-, Wm. (d. 1499), vicar of Ealing,
-, Wm. (fl. 1764),
-, fam.,
-, and see Johnson and Turner

Turnham, Steph. of, see Stephen

Turnham Green, in Chiswick,
-, almshos.,
-, ch.,
-, coach svces.,
-, common,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Afton Ho.,
-, Arlington Gdn.,
-, Arlington Ho.,
-, Belmont Ho.,
-, Bolton Ho.,
-, Chestnuts,
-, Heathfield Ho.,
-, Kensington Ho.,
-, fire,
-, flats,
-, growth,
-, ind.,
-, mkt. gdns. and nurseries,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, omnibus svces.,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Cock and Half Moon,
-, George IV,
-, King of Bohemia,
-, Pack Horse,
-, rly. sta.,
-, retail trade,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, schs.,
-, soc. life,
-, Stamford Brook or Lane,
-, tram svces.,

turpentine making,

Twain, Mark,

Tweedmouth, Ld., see Marjoribanks

Twickenham,
-, Strawberry Hill,

Twyford:
-, Isabel, m. Ric. Heyward,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Twyford, and see Twyford, East; Twyford, West

Twyford, East, in Willesden,
-, allotments,
-, dom. bldg., Grange,
-, farms and farmhos.,
-, Lower Place (later Grange),
-, Ruckhold (later Lower Place),
-, growth,
-, ind.,
-, man. and prebend, see Willesden, mans.
-, prebendaries,
-, pub. ho., Grand Junction Arms,
-, sch.,

Twyford, West (Twyford Abbey),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundaries,
-, canal, see Grand Junction, Paddington branch
-, ch., n,
-, common fields,
-, customary wks. and svces.,
-, dom. bldg., Canal Cottage, and see (all s.v. Twyford, West) farms; man.
-, farms and farmhos.:
-, Twyford Abbey,
-, Twyford Bridge,
-, Twyford Ho.,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, ind., and see Park Royal
-, local govt.,
-, man., West Twyford, cts., man. ho. (Twyford Abbey),
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, par. officers,
-, Park Royal, q.v.
-, pop.,
-, rlys. and Underground rlys.,
-, stas.,
-, rectors,
-, roads,
-, North Circular,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, woodland,

Tyler, W.,

typhoid,

Ukrainian Autocephalic Orthodox Church,

Ukrainians, Apostolic Exarchate for,

Ulf (fl. 1102),

Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues,

Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations,

Union Studios,

Unitarians,

United Biscuits, see McVitie & Price

United Dairies Ltd.,

United Land Co.,

United Reformed Church,

United Services Club,

United Synagogue,

Unwin, Raymond,

Urlin (Erland), Thos.,

Urquhart:
-, Jas. Edw.,
-, Jane, m. Gen. Staats Long Morris,

Uxbridge,
-, Brunel university,

Uxbridge Gazette,

Uxbridge Road (Oxford road),

Uxbridge turnpike trust,

Vachell, Ric.,

Vallence, Hen.,

Vandervell:
-, Chas. A.,
-, G. A. (Tony),

Vandervell Products Ltd.,

Vanity Fair,

Vanwall Special racing-car,

Varley, John,

Vaughan:
-, Chas. J., dean of Llandaff, headmaster of Harrow sch.,
-, Edw.,
-, Herb. Alf., cardinal,
-, Wm.,

Verey:
-, Geo.,
-, Wm.,

Verona, Sisters of,

Veronese, Paolo,

Veyser (Fayrsire, Fairsire):
-, Ralph,
-, fam.,

Victoria, Queen,

Victoria Rifle Volunteers,

Victory Construction Co.,

Viel of Acton,

Vigers, Edw.,

Vighter, see Fighter

Villiers, Barbara, dchss. of Cleveland,

Vincent:
-, Gervase,
-, Humph.,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. (d. c. 1579),
-, Wm. (d. by 1618),
-, Wm. (d. 1632),
-, Wm. (fl. 1649),
-, fam.,

Vines, W. R.,

Virly, Joan,

Visitation, Nuns of the,

Vivian, Hen.,

Voysey, C. F. A.,

Vyner:
-, Alice, see Perryn
-, Sir Thos., ld. mayor of Lond.,

Wadlowe:
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Sarah,

Wain, Louis,

Wainewright, Thos. Griffiths,

Wainright, J.,

Waistell, Edw.,

Waite:
-, Geo.,
-, fam.,

Wakemen, Hen. O.,

Walbanck, John,

Walker:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Wall, T., & Son,

Wallace, John,

Wallington, Chas.,

Wallis, Filbert & Partners,

Walpole:
-, Horace,
-, Sir Rob.,

Walter, rector of Acton,

Walter, Geof. s. of, see FitzWalter

Walter, s of bp. of Lond.,

Walter of Chiswick,

Walter of Cranford,

Walter:
-, David,
-, Sir John,
-, Mary, w. of Sir Wm.,
-, Sir Rob., Bt.,
-, Sir Wm., Bt.,

Walters, Fred. and Edw.,

Wandsworth (Surr.),

Wardour:
-, Chideock,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, fam.,

Ware:
-, Fras.,
-, Jas.,
-, Sam.,

Waring & Gillow,

Warren, Peter,

Warwick, earl of, see Greville

Warwickshire, see Birmingham; Nuneaton

Wass, Wm.,

Water Softeners Ltd.,

Waterlow & Sons,

Waterman's Pen Co.,

watermen, see Thames

Watkins:
-, Miss,
-, Mr., lime merchant,

Watney, Combe, Reid & Co.,

Watson, Geo.,

Watts:
-, Anne, see Dennington
-, Thos.,

Waymouth, Hen.,

Weatherstone:
-, Alex.,
-, Ann,
-, Hen.,

Webb:
-, Sir Aston,
-, Cath., see Bray
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Weeden:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wegg:
-, Eliz., w. of Sam., see Lehook
-, Eliz., dau. of Sam.,
-, Geo. Sam.,
-, Sam.,
-, Sarah, m. Ric. Prosser,
-, fam.,

Wel-Care,

Welby, Cath., see Bray

Welch, Thos. Kemp,

Welford & Sons,

Welsh Presbyterians,

Welstead:
-, Ann,
-, Benj.,
-, Chas.,
-, Chas. Marion,
-, Harry,
-, Rob.,

Wembley,
-, Empire Exhibition,
-, town hall,
-, urban dist.,

Wesley:
-, Harold, Ltd.,
-, John,

Wesley Estates Ltd.,

Wesleyan Normal Training Institution,

Wessex, king of,

West Indians, see immigrants

West Metropolitan Tramways Co.,

West Middlesex Gazette,

West Middlesex Militia,

West Middlesex Rifle Volunteers,

West Middlesex Standard,

West Middlesex Water Co.,

West Twyford, see Twyford, West

West Willesden Advertiser,

West Willesden Citizen or Courier,

Westbury (Som.),

Westcote, John de,

Western Avenue,

Western Electric Co. (later Westrex),

Westmacott:
-, Ric., the elder,
-, Sir Ric.,

Westminster:
-, abbey:
-, abbots, and see Feckenham
-, chapter,
-, dean, see Goodman
-, estates, see Willesden, mans.
-, sacrist,
-, sch.,
-, Coach and Horses Yard,
-, Covent Garden,
-, Devonshire Ho.,
-, Green Pk.,
-, Lock hosp.,
-, St. George's hosp.,
-, St. James's Palace,
-, St. Martin-in-the-Fields,
-, tradesmen,

Weston:
-, Edw.,
-, Jerome, earl of Portland,
-, Rob.,

Westrex, see Western Electric

Wetherall:
-, A. W.,
-, Maj.-Gen. Sir Edw.,
-, Lt.-Gen. Sir Fred. Augustus,
-, Admiral Fred. Augustus,
-, Fred. Hen. Pakenham,
-, Sir Geo. Augustus,

Wey, John,

Weymouth, Vct., see Thynne, Thos.

Wharton, Jos. Crane, vicar of Willesden,

Wheeler, M.,

Whetham, Thos., and his w. Mary,

Whipham, Thos.,

Whistler, J. M.,

Whitbread, Thos.,

White:
-, Chas. (fl. 1727),
-, Chas. (d. by 1752, ? another),
-, Chas. (fl. 1799, s. of Thos.),
-, Chas. (fl. 1805, s. of Wm.),
-, John,
-, Martha, see Wightwick
-, Mary, w. of Ric.,
-, Peter,
-, Ric.,
-, Capt. Thos. Linney,
-, Wm. (fl. 1774),
-, Wm. (fl. 1870),

Whitechapel foundry,

Whitmore, Thos.,

Whittaker:
-, Laur.,
-, fam.,

Whittingham:
-, Chas. (d. 1840),
-, Chas. (d. 1876),
-, Wal. Elliott,

Widdrington:
-, Hen.,
-, Maria, see Howard
-, Peregrine,
-, Wm., Ld. Widdrington,
-, Wm. Tempest,

Wiggins, Rob., n

Wightwick:
-, Martha, wid. of Thos., see Willett
-, Martha, m. Chas. White,
-, Thos., s. of Martha and Thos.,

Wilde, John,

Wildman, Mrs. Sarah,

Wilkes, John,

Wilkins, Wm.,

Wilkinson Sword Co.,

Willan:
-, Isabella Maria, m. John Kearsley Douglas,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Douglas-Willan

Willaume, D.,

Willesden:
-, Alice, m. Wm. Benyngton,
-, Bart.,
-, Joan, w. of Thos.,
-, Sarah, m. Rob. Curson,
-, Thos. (fl. 1389),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1494),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Willesden,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, allotments,
-, baths,
-, bp., suffragan, of,
-, boro.,
-, arms,
-, wards,
-, boundaries,
-, bridges,
-, Brondesbury, q.v.
-, Buddhists,
-, cage,
-, cemeteries,
-, chars.,
-, Church End, q.v.
-, ch. ho.,
-, chs.,
-, coach svces.,
-, coll. of technology,
-, common fields,
-, common marsh,
-, common meadow and pasture,
-, commons and waste,
-, ct. hos.,
-, Craven Pk.,
-, Cricklewood, q.v.
-, Dollis Hill, q.v.
-, drainage,
-, Dudden Hill,
-, East Twyford, see Twyford, East
-, electricity,
-, farms and farmhos.,
-, Chambers,
-, Fishes,
-, fire,
-, friendly socs.,
-, gas,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, halls and institutes,
-, Harlesden, q.v.
-, Hindus,
-, hosps.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, Brentwater,
-, Carr Glyn,
-, Curzon Crescent,
-, Tubbs,
-, ind.,
-, Jews,
-, Kensal Green, q.v.
-, Kilburn, q.v.
-, librs.,
-, local bd.,
-, offices,
-, Lower Place,
-, mans. and other estates,
-, All Souls Coll.,
-, Bounds (Willesden) prebend, cts.,
-, Brondesbury (Brands, Broomsbury) prebend, n, man. ho.,
-, Chambers (Chamberlayne Wood, Willesden Green) prebend, farmho., cts.,
-, Christ's Hosp.,
-, Dollis Hill,
-, East Twyford prebend, man. ho., cts.,
-, Harlesden prebend, ho., cts.,
-, Kingsholt (Kensal),
-, Malories,
-, Mapesbury prebend, Ho., cts.,
-, Middletons, Bedewell Hall,
-, Neasden prebend, cts.,
-, Oxgate prebend, cts.,
-, Rectory,
-, Roberts', n,
-, St. Bartholomew's Hosp.,
-, Westminster Abbey,
-, hos.,
-, mills,
-, Moslems,
-, mus.,
-, Neasden, q.v.
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, nursery gdns.,
-, office blocks,
-, omnibus svces.,
-, Oxgate, q.v.
-, par. officers,
-, par. wards,
-, Park Royal, q.v.
-, pks. and open spaces,
-, police,
-, polytechnic, see Kilburn
-, poor hos.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, pounds,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Banqueting Ho.,
-, Cock,
-, Green Man,
-, Lettice (two, one later Dolphin),
-, rlys. and Underground rlys.,
-, stas.,
-, rectors, see Camera; Paulet, Thos.
-, rectory,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, Edgware Rd.,
-, Harrow Rd.,
-, North Circular,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, convents,
-, Russian Orthodox ch.,
-, schs.,
-, sewerage,
-, Sheeproad,
-, Sherrick Green,
-, soc. life,
-, sport,
-, stocks,
-, Stonebridge, q.v.
-, tech. educ.,
-, tithes,
-, town hall,
-, tram svces.,
-, urban dist.,
-, wards,
-, vicarage, ho.,
-, vicars, and see John; Lichfield
-, water,
-, Willesden Green, q.v.
-, Willesden Junction, q.v.
-, Willesden Working Men's Club,
-, woodland,
-, wkho.,
-, infirmary,

Willesden Advertiser,

Willesden & Acton Brick Co.,

Willesden and Brent Chronicle (formerly Willesden Chronicle and Herald),

Willesden Brick & Tile works,

Willesden Call,

Willesden Children's Aid Assoc.,

Willesden Citizen (later Willesden Mercury),

Willesden Civic Review,

Willesden Clarion,

Willesden Cycle Co.,

Willesden Distress cttee.,

Willesden Dux Oriental, see Willesden Paper

Willesden Green, in Willesden,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Grange,
-, Mount Pleasant,
-, Pheasant Lodge,
-, Rose Villa,
-, Willesden Ho.,
-, farms and farmhos.,
-, Bramley's (Willesden),
-, Willesden Green,
-, growth,
-, housing and council estates:
-, Buckingham,
-, Furness,
-, Grange,
-, Willesden Pk.,
-, ind.,
-, Jews,
-, libr.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, police,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Case is Altered,
-, Rising Sun,
-, Six Bells,
-, Spotted Dog,
-, rly. sta.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, High Rd.,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, schs.,
-, soc. life,
-, water,

Willesden Herald (later Willesden Times),

Willesden Junction, in Acton and Hammersmith,
-, ch.,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, rly. sta.,
-, sch.,

Willesden Monthly Illustrated,

Willesden Observer,

Willesden Paper & Canvas Works (later Willesden Dux Oriental),

Willesden Press Assoc. Ltd.,

Willesden Worker,

Willett:
-, Martha, m. Thos. Wightwick,
-, Martha, wid. of Thos.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wal.,

William III,

William IV,

William of Breadstreet,

William of Colriche, and his w. Alice,

William of Northwell,

William of Windsor,
-, his w. Alice, see Perrers

William, s of Alulf,
-, wid. of,
-, Peter, s. of, see Peter

William, s of Peter,

William the clerk (? Pastorel),

William the seneschal of Evesham,

Williams:
-, Chas. D.,
-, Chas. W.,
-, John (? two of this name),
-, Mary,
-, Ric.,
-, Sam.,
-, Wm. Matthieu,

Willis, Sim.,

Wills, J., & Sons,

Wilmington, earl of, see Compton, Spencer

Wilson:
-, Alf.,
-, H.,
-, John,

Wiltshire, see Chippenham

Winchester, marquess of, see Paulet, Chas.

Winchester, cathedral priory,

Windsor, Wm. of, see William

Windsor, dean of, see Ryves

Wingfield:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (d. 1715),
-, Thos. (fl. 1730),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Winnington-Ingram, Art. Foley, bp. of Lond.,

Winter, John, and see Wynter

Wisley (Surr.),

Wode, see Wood

Wodehouse, Rob. of, see Robert

Wodetone (de la):
-, Bart.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Wolf Electric Tools Ltd.,

Wolverhampton (Staffs.),
-, dean of, see Ryves

Wood (Atwood, Wode):
-, Co. Chas. Peevor Boileau,
-, Edw. (d. 1844),
-, Edw. (d. 1904),
-, Fred. Augustus,
-, Geo. (? two of this name),
-, Jas. (fl. 1785),
-, Jas. (fl. 1818-27),
-, Jas. Ric.,
-, John atte,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1720),
-, Thos., preacher 1786-1805,
-, Thos. (fl. 1790, another),
-, Wm.,
-, -, brewer,
-, fam.,

Woodman, Hen., and his w.,

Woodroffe, fam.,

Woods, Alice,

Woodstone, Wm.,

Woolston, nr. Southampton,

Worcestershire, see Kidderminster; Stourbridge

Workmen's tram and rly. svces.,

Works, Ministry of,

Wormholt, see Hammersmith

Wormwood Scrubs, see Hammersmith

Wortley:
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Sydney,
-, Lady,

Wortley Montagu:
-, Edw.,
-, Mary, see Pierrepont

Wright:
-, Geo.,
-, Jas.,
-, Moses, vicar of Willesden, canon of St. Paul's, min. of Kingsbury,
-, Ric. (d. 1734),
-, Ric. (fl. 1851),
-, W. Jas.,

Wriothesley, Sir Thos.,

Wulman, dean of St. Paul's,

Wyatt:
-, Chas.,
-, Jas.,

Wynter, And., and see Winter

Wynyard:
-, Maria Caroline,
-, Sophia, see Otway
-, Wm.,

Y.W.C.A.,

Yates, Edm.,

Yeats:
-, J. B.,
-, W. B.,

York, Hen.,

York Mineral Water Co.,

York Shipley (later Borg-Warner Ltd.),

Yorkshire, see Kingston-upon-Hull; Thirsk

Young:
-, Christian, m. Hen. Shugborow,
-, Eliz., wid. of Thos.,
-, Sir Geo., M. P.,
-, Sir John Smith,
-, Thos., n
-, Thos. (? another),

Zangwill, Israel,

Zionist Federation,

Zoffany, John or Johann,

Zuylestein, Fred. Nassau de, see Nassau