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'Index: A-J', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 16: Kinwardstone Hundred (1999), pp. 237-250. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=23054 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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The following are among the abbreviations used: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; aleho., alehouse; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; almsho., almshouse; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; archit., architecture; Bt., Baronet; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; Brit., British; cath., cathedral; Cath., Catherine; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church; Coll., college; cott., cottage; ctss., countess; ct., court; cust., customary; Dan., Daniel; daus., daughters; d., died; dom., domestic; dchss., duchess; eccl., ecclesiastical; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; f., father; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; gdn., garden; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; glasshos., glasshouses; grds., grandson; greenho., greenhouse; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital; ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Laur., Laurence; Ld., Lord; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; mkt., market; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Maur., Maurice; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; pk., park; parl., parliamentary; Phil., Philip; poorho., poorhouse; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; prot., protestant; rly., railway; rem., remains; rep., representation; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sim., Simon; soc., society; s., son; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Vct., Viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William; workho., workhouse

a'Barrow:
-, Hen.,
-, Maur.,

Abingdon (Berks., later Oxon.), abbey of,

Adelphi club room,

Adinsell, W. A.,

Aeffe, m. Wulfgar,

Aelfheah, ealdorman of Hampshire,

Aelfwine (fl. c. 970)

affray, and see assaults

agricultural auctioneers and valuers, see Vines & Pinneger

agricultural engineers, see Whatley, Geo., & Son

agricultural implement makers, see Oatley & Morris

agricultural machinery, see steam engines

agricultural machinery hirer, see Gale, W. H.

agricultural practices (less common), see assarting and assarts; furze cutting; hens; organic beef production; smallholdings; water meadows; watercress

agriculture, see under places; and see allotments (garden); farming by new methods; market gardening; model farm buildings; nurserymen; poultry farming; and see (for cross references) crops (less common)

Ailesbury:
-, earls of, and see Bruce; Brudenell-Bruce
-, marquesses of, see Brudenell-Bruce

airfields, see Overton Heath airfield; Ramsbury

Aldbourne,
-, Upham, Upper,

aletasters,

Alexander:
-, A. W.,
-, Eliz., w. of Geo., m. 2 - Collins,
-, Geo.,
-, J.,
-, Leonard, vicar of Collingbourne Kingston,
-, (later Prior), R. C.,
-, R. H.,

Alfred, King,

Allen, F.,

allotments (garden),

almoner, see Whitburgh

almshouses, see Ewelme; Froxfield; Windsor; and see (for cross references) hospitals (charitable)

Alresford:
-, Maud, w. of Thos.,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos.,

Alric (fl. 1066),

Alvric the huntsman,

Alwin (fl. 1066; ? more than one of this name),

Alwold (fl. 1066),

Amesbury,

Amyand:
-, Frances, w. of -,
-, Mary, w. of -,

Andover (Hants):
-, mkt.,
-, poor-law union,

Andrews, John,

Angers (Maine et Loire), cath. ch. of St. Maur.,

animal foodstuffs wholesalers, see Fall

animals, see bison; boar; deer; hares; horses; oxen; rabbits; racehorses; and see menagerie; and see (for cross references) cattle; dogs

Ann, Little (in Milton Lilbourne and Pewsey),
-, dom. archit.,

Anne (of Cleves), queen of Hen. VIII,

Anschitil (fl. 1086),

antiquarian, see Jackson

Antrobus:
-, Chas.,
-, Pamela, w. of Chas.,

apothecary,

Appleshaw (Hants),

apprenticing,

appropriation of churches,

archery, failure to practise,

architects and designers, see Baker, Sir Herb.; Baldwin; Blomfield; Boyle; Brown, Lancelot; Christian; Collie; Colson; Cundy (three of the name); Emes; Ferrey; Forsyth; Gilbert, Alf.; Jellicoe; Langdon; Medlicott; Pearson, J. L.; Phipps; Pilkington; Ponting; Scott; Soane; Street; Taylor, Sir Rob.; Teulon; Underwood; Withers; Wyatt

Ardley alias Early:
-, Ralph,
-, fam.,
-, and see Erley

army barracks and camps, and see military training areas

Arundell:
-, Hen., Ld. Arundell (d. 1726),
-, Hen., Ld. Arundell (d. 1746),
-, Hen., Ld. Arundell (d. 1756),
-, Hen., Ld. Arundell (d. 1808),
-, Thos., Ld. Arundell,

Ashe:
-, Edw.,
-, Jas.,
-, Jas., grds. of Jas.,
-, John (d. by 1665),
-, John (fl. 1682),
-, Wm.,

assarting and assarts,

assaults, and see affray

assembly rooms,

Assheton-Smith, Matilda,

assizes:
-, of ale,
-, of bread,

Astley:
-, F. D.,
-, Sir Francis,
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1771),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1842),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1894),
-, fam.,

Astley-Corbett, Sir Francis, Bt.,

astronomer, see Evans

astronomy, see observatory; transit clock

Athelstan, King,

Atholl, earl of, see Strathbogie

Atwood, T. G. P., vicar of Froxfield,

Aubrey, John,

auctions (of livestock),

Audley:
-, Hugh de, earl of Gloucester,
-, Marg., see Clare
-, Marg. de, m. Ralph de Stafford, earl of Stafford,

Aughton (in Collingbourne Kingston),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, council hos.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, field systems (prehist.),
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, man.:
-, Aughton,
-, Pile's,
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,

Augmentations, ct. of, see Williams

Aumale, ctss. of, see Reviers, Isabel

authors, see Aubrey; Chambers; Cobbett

Avenel:
-, Joan, see Croke
-, Wm., s. of Sir Wm.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Avon, earl of, see Eden

Avon (Christchurch), riv., and see Deane water; Ford brook

Avon Springs Hatchery,

Avonside foundry,

Axford, see Ramsbury

Axsmith:
-, Anne, see Rock
-, Ric.,

Aylesford, earl of, see Finch, Heneage

Ayrshire cattle,

Azelin (fl. 1086),

Bacon:
-, Christine,
-, Joan, m. Wm. Noyes,
-, Nic.,
-, Rog.,

Bagley, Hen.,

Bagnor (in Speen, Berks.),

Bailey:
-, Thos., rector of Manningford Bruce,
-, Wal.,

Baker:
-, Sir Herb.,
-, Thos., rector of Buttermere, vicar of Combe,

Baldwin, Thos.,

Balgay, Thos., rector of Chilton Foliat,

Ball (in Pewsey),
-, dom. archit., plate
-, farm,

Bank of England, director of, see Pearse, John

bankers, see Hammersley; Morland

banks (commercial), see Pewsey; Wilts. & Dorset Bank

Baptists,
-, General,
-, Particular,
-, Strict,

Barber, Rob.,

Barford, Ralph of,

Barford (in Downton),

Barnabas Fund,

Barnardiston:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Thos. (d. c. 1461),
-, Thos., s. of Sir Thos. (d. c. 1461),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1503),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1542),
-, Thos. (fl. 1543),

Barry, see Smith Barry

Barwick, John,

basket and hive maker,

Baskin:
-, Florence, see Parker
-, J. L.,

Basset:
-, Ela, see Longespée
-, Sir Phil.,

Bates, Sir Edw., Bt.,

Bath, earls of, see Bourghchier

Bath (Som.),

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Droxford, John

bath house,

Bath stone,

Bathampton (in Steeple Langford),

Bathe:
-, Ant. (d. c. 1769),
-, Ant. (fl. 1792),

Batt, fam.,

Battle (Suss.), abbey of,

battle, see Meratun

Bavaria, duke of, see William

Baxman:
-, Joan, see Doygnel
-, Ric.,
-, Steph.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1303),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1312, another),

Baxter, Derek,

Baynton:
-, And.,
-, Anne, m. - Rolt,
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1544),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1593),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1657),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1679),
-, Hen.,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Edw.,
-, John (d. 1716),
-, John (d. c. 1740),
-, Mary,

Baynton-Rolt:
-, Sir And., Bt.,
-, (formerly Rolt), Sir Edw., Bt.,

Beauchamp:
-, Eleanor, m. 1 Thos. de Ros, Ld. Ros, Edm. Beaufort, earl and marquess of Dorset, earl and duke of Somerset, Wal. Rokesley,
-, Eliz., see Berkeley
-, John de,
-, Ric. de, earl of Warwick,
-, Rob. de,
-, Wm. de,
-, Wm. de, earl of Warwick,
-, fam.,

Beauchamp, Vct., see Seymour, Edw.

Beaufort:
-, Edm., earl and marquess of Dorset, earl and duke of Somerset,
-, Edm., s. of Edm.,
-, Eleanor, see Beauchamp
-, Hen., duke of Somerset,

Beaufort, dchss. of, see Somerset, Mary

Beconsall, Rob.,

Bedwyn, Great, plate
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, alehos.,
-, Bedwyn Brail, see Bedwyn Brails bailiwick
-, Bedwyn Brails bailiwick, q.v.
-, Bedwyn common, woodland,
-, Bewley Farm, and see (s.v. Bedwyn, Great) farms: Bewley farm
-, Bloxham Lodge, see Crofton, dom. archit.
-, borough,
-, bailiff,
-, burgesses,
-, cts.,
-, lordship,
-, mint,
-, officers,
-, portreeve,
-, seal,
-, and see (all s.v. Bedwyn, Great) burgage tenure; guild; man.: Borough
-, boundary,
-, Brail (hamlet),
-, Brail Farm, see Jockey Green
-, bridges,
-, burgage tenure, and see Bedwyn, Great: borough
-, canal,
-, chap., see Bedwyn, Great: Tottenham Ho.
-, chaplain,
-, char.,
-, ch., plates
-, chaps., and see (s.v. Bedwyn, Great) St. Katharine's ch. and Tottenham Ho.; Bedwyn, Little: ch.; Chisbury: ch.; Crofton; Grafton, East; Marten; Wexcombe; Wilton
-, estate,
-, clubs (social),
-, colonization from,
-, Column ride,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, cts., see (all s.v. Bedwyn, Great) borough; man.: Bedwyn, West; man.: Prebendal
-, cricket field,
-, Crofton, q.v.
-, curates,
-, cust. tenants,
-, Dodsdown, q.v.
-, dom. archit.,
-, Fairway (ho.),
-, estate cotts., plate
-, fairs,
-, Fairway (ho.), see Bedwyn, Great: dom. archit.
-, farms,
-, Bewley farm, and see Bedwyn, Great: Bewley Farm
-, fires,
-, Ford, q.v.
-, ford,
-, Freewarren Farm, see Crofton
-, friendly soc.,
-, glebe,
-, Grafton, East, q.v.
-, Grafton, West, q.v.
-, Grand Avenue,
-, guild,
-, Harding, q.v.
-, Hillbarn Farm, see Wilton
-, hosp.,
-, inc.,
-, ind., and see Bedwyn, Great: malting
-, inns,
-, Jockey Green, q.v.
-, Jockey Green Farm, see Jockey Green: Brail Farm
-, London ride,
-, malting,
-, man.,
-, Bedwyn, West, man. ho., woodland,
-, Borough, and see Bedwyn, Great: borough (lordship)
-, Prebendal, ct., man. ho., woodland,
-, and see (all s.v. Bedwyn, Great) Tottenham Ho.; Tottenham Lodge; Tottenham pk.
-, mkt. ho., plate
-, mkt. place (mkt. square),
-, mkts.,
-, Marten, q.v.
-, open fields,
-, pks., see (all s.v. Bedwyn, Great) Tottenham Ho.; Tottenham Lodge; Tottenham pk.
-, parl. rep.,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, rlys.,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Catholicism,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, St. Katherine's ch., plate
-, adv.,
-, curate,
-, vicar,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, schs.,
-, shambles,
-, Stock, q.v.
-, streets,
-, Back Lane,
-, Brook St.,
-, Brown's Lane,
-, Church St.,
-, Farm Lane,
-, High St.,
-, and see Bedwyn, Great: mkt. place
-, Sudden pk., see Wolfhall, pks.
-, Suddene Park Farm, see Wolfhall, dom. archit.
-, tithes,
-, Tottenham Ho., plates
-, chap.,
-, gdns., glasshos., greenho.,
-, Hawtreys sch.,
-, pk., plate agric., banqueting ho., canals, column, farmstead, menagerie, New (later Durley) pk., octagonal temple, rond-point, sch., woodland, and see (all s.v. Bed wyn, Great) Column ride; Grand Avenue; London ride; Tottenham Lodge: pk.; Tottenham pk.
-, stables,
-, Tottenham Lodge,
-, pk., agric., farmstead, woodland, and see (both s.v. Bedwyn, Great) Tottenham Ho.: pk.;
-, Tottenham pk.
-, stables,
-, Tottenham pk.,
-, lodge,
-, woodland,
-, trades,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho., plate
-, vicars, and see Ward, John
-, village hall,
-, water meadows,
-, Wexcombe, q.v.
-, wharf,
-, Wilton, q.v.
-, Wolfhall, q.v.
-, woodland, and see (both s.v. Bedwyn, Great) Bedwyn common; man. (Bedwyn, West; Prebendal)
-, workho.,
-, and see Bedwyn estate; Bedwyn prebend; Ford, mill

Bedwyn, Little,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundaries,
-, brickworks,
-, bridges,
-, Burwood heath, q.v.
-, canal,
-, chaplain,
-, char.,
-, Chisbury, q.v.
-, ch.,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, ct.,
-, Crabtree common,
-, curates,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate cotts.,
-, Farmer Homes, plate
-, farms,
-, Forebridge, q.v.
-, glebe,
-, Henset, q.v.
-, Holt, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, inns:
-, Harrow, and see Chisbury, Harrow inn
-, Horse and Jockey,
-, Jockey Green farm, see Bedwyn Brails bailiwick: Brail farm
-, Knowle, q.v.
-, Littleworth, q.v.
-, London ride, see Bedwyn, Great
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mills,
-, open fields,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Puthall, q.v.
-, rly.,
-, roads,
-, Chisbury Lane,
-, London ride, see Bedwyn, Great
-, Monk Lane,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, Timbridge, q.v.
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, trades,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Saunders, Nat.
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Bedwyn, West, see Bedwyn, Great: man.

Bedwyn Brails bailiwick,
-, agric.,
-, Bedwyn Brail,
-, Brail farm (later Jockey Green farm),
-, brickworks,
-, estate,
-, Jockey Green farm, see Bedwyn Brails bailiwick: Brail farm
-, woodland,

Bedwyn estate,
-, boundary,
-, cust. tenants,
-, mills,
-, woodland,

Bedwyn mill, see Ford, mill

Bedwyn prebend and prebendary, and see Testa

beech (trees),

bees,

Bell, Sir Eastman, Bt.,

bellfounders, see Bagley; Beconsall; Boulter; Burrough; Cor; Danton; Knight, Hen.; Llewellins & James; Mears, G., & Co. and Thos.; Mears & Stainbank; Purdue, Wm. and -; Rudhall; Taylor, John, & Co.; Tosier; Wallis, John; Warner; Wells, Rob.

Bendir, A. G.,

Benger:
-, Anne, w. of John,
-, Geo.,
-, John (fl. early 15th cent.),
-, John (fl. 1446, ?another),
-, John (fl. 1447, two [?others] of this name),
-, John (fl. 1494),
-, John (fl. 1535, ?another),
-, John (d. c. 1560),
-, John (d. c. 1609),
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. (d. 1571),
-, Wm. (fl. 1615),
-, fam.,

Bergengren, Anders,

Berkeley:
-, Eliz., m. Ric. de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick,
-, Marg., see Lisle
-, Thos., Ld. Berkeley,

Berks. & Hants Extension Railway,

Berks. & Hants Railway,

Berkshire,
-, forest,
-, Shefford, West, rector, see Nixon
-, and see Abingdon; Bagnor (in Speen); Brightwalton; Cakewood; Calcot; Chilton Foliat; Combe; Eddington (or Hidden); Hayward; Hungerford; Kintbury hundred; Leverton; Newbury; Oxenwood; Poughley (in Chaddleworth); Reading; Shalbourne; Wallingford; Windsor

Berwick St. James,

Besiles, Peter, and his w. Mabel,

Bethell, Dorothy,

Bevan:
-, David,
-, F. A.,
-, G. L.,
-, R. C. L.,
-, Silvanus,

Bewley farm, see Bedwyn, Great: farms

Bica (fl. 778),

Biddesden (in Ludgershall):
-, Biddesden Ho.,
-, man.,

Biddesden estate,

Bigg:
-, Hen.,
-, Lovelace,
-, (later Bigg Wither), Lovelace,
-, Thos.,
-, Wal.,
-, fam.,

Bigg Wither, Lovelace, see Bigg

Biggs, Steph.,

Bilkemore:
-, Anstice, see Harding
-, Sir Rob.,

Bingham, Geof., and his w. Muriel,

Bird, Wm.,

birds, game, and see partridges; pheasants

Bishop, Louise,

Bishopstone (in Ramsbury hundred),

bison,

Bittenson, Ric.,

Blacheman (fl. 1066),

Blacheman (fl. 1086),

Blackwell, Thos.,

Blagden, see Hippenscombe, estates

Blagrave:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Blake, Rob.,

Blanchard:
-, John,
-, P. D.,
-, Thos.,

Blanche, m. John (of Gaunt), earl and duke of Lancaster,

Blandy:
-, Martha,
-, Mary,
-, Steph.,
-, Miss (?another),
-, Mrs. (another),

blindhouse, and see lockups; prison

Blomfield, Sir Arthur,

bloodhound,

Bloxham, John,

boar, wild,

Boardman, Ric., vicar of Collingbourne Kingston,

Bohun:
-, Eleanor de, m. Thos. of Woodstock, earl of Buckingham, duke of Gloucester,
-, Hen. de, earl of Hereford,
-, Humph. de,
-, Humph. de, s. of Humph. de,
-, Humph. de, grds. of Humph. de,
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and of Essex (d. 1275),
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford, of Essex, and of Northampton (d. 1373),
-, Maud, see Salisbury

Bond (later Bond Hopkins), Benj.,

book collectors, see Huth, A. H. and Hen.

Booth, John,

Boreham, Harvey,

Borstal institution, and see prison; schools

Boulter, Nat.,

Bourgchier:
-, Anne, see Stafford
-, Wm., count of Eu,

Bourghchier:
-, Eliz., w. of John, Ld. FitzWarin, earl of Bath,
-, Fulk, Ld. FitzWarin,
-, John, earl of Bath (fl. 1540),
-, John, Ld. FitzWarin, earl of Bath (d. 1539),
-, Thomasine, see Hankford
-, Wm., Ld. FitzWarin,

Bourne, riv.,

Bouverie, Wm., earl of Radnor, and see Pleydell-Bouverie

Bowcliffe:
-, Gillian,
-, Wm. (fl. 1275),
-, Wm. (fl. 1315, ?another),

Bower:
-, Adrian,
-, Adrian, s. of Adrian,
-, Anne, see Durrington
-, Cecily, see Durrington
-, Mary, w. of Wm.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., s. of Wm.,
-, Wm., grds. of Wm.,

Bowerman:
-, J. N., and his w. Queenie,
-, P. H.,

Boyle, Ric., earl of Burlington,

Braboef:
-, (later St. Martin), Joan, w. of Wm.,
-, Wm. (d. 1284),
-, Wm. (fl. 1332),

Bradenstoke (in Lyneham), priory of,

Brail (hamlet), see Bedwyn, Great

Brail (woodland in Great Bedwyn), see Bedwyn Brails bailiwick

brass founders, see Whatley, Geo., & Son

Braybrook:
-, Alice, m. 1 John Shaw, Ric. Rock,
-, Eliz., see Musard
-, Joan, Baroness Cobham, m. Sir Thos. Brooke,
-, Margery, m. 1 Thos. Hansworth, John Short, John Sydele,
-, Margery, w. of Wm.,
-, Olive,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., s. of Wm.,

bread weighers,

bream,

Breauté:
-, Fawkes de,
-, Marg., see FitzGerald

Brentnall, H. C.,

Breteuil, Gilb. of,

Brewer:
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., s. of Wm.,

breweries, brewhouses, and brewing, and see hopyards; malthouses and malting

brewers, see Brown & Hillary

Brian, Hen., prior of Easton, curate of Easton,

Briant, Anne,

brick makers, see Hawkins, C. W., & Sons and fam.

brick making and brickworks,
-, brick field,
-, brick kilns,

Brictuard (fl. 1066),

Bridge House, see Chilton Foliat, dom. archit.

bridges, see under places

Bridport, Hen. of,

Brightwalton (Berks.),

Brigmerston:
-, Isabel of, m. Nic. of Wylye,
-, Joan, w. of Steph.,
-, Steph.,

Brimslade (in Savernake),
-, agric.,
-, bridge,
-, Brimslade Ho.,
-, gdn.,
-, pk.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, pk. (Brimslade pk.),
-, woodland,

Brimslade and South Savernake tithing,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, tithingman,

Brimslade park, see Brimslade, pk.

Bristoard the priest,

Bristol,

British Legion clubs, and see Comrades hall

Broad Town charity (Broad Town trust),

Bromham,
-, Bromham Battle man.,
-, liberty, n,

Brook, J. C.,

Brooke:
-, Edw., Ld. Cobham,
-, Geo., Ld. Cobham,
-, Hen., Ld. Cobham,
-, Joan, Baroness Cobham, see Braybrook
-, Thos., Ld. Cobham,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm., Ld. Cobham,

Broomsgrove farm, see Milcot, farm

Brown:
-, A. C.,
-, Edw.,
-, Grace, m. Edw. Naish,
-, Lancelot,
-, Mary,
-, S. R.,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., vicar of Froxfield, rector of Stratford Tony,

Brown & Hillary,

Browning:
-, Francis,
-, R.,

Brown's, see Savernake, estates

Bruce:
-, Chas., Ld. Bruce, earl of Ailesbury,
-, Eliz., see Seymour
-, Thos., earl of Ailesbury,
-, (formerly Brudenell), Thos., Ld. Bruce, earl of Ailesbury,
-, fam.,

Bruce tunnel, see Kennet & Avon canal

Brudenell:
-, Thos., see Bruce
-, fam.,

Brudenell-Bruce:
-, Chandos, marquess of Ailesbury,
-, Chas., earl of Ailesbury, marquess of Ailesbury,
-, David, earl of Cardigan,
-, Ernest, marquess of Ailesbury,
-, Geo., marquess of Ailesbury (d. 1878),
-, Geo., marquess of Ailesbury (d. 1894),
-, Geo., marquess of Ailesbury (d. 1961),
-, Hen., marquess of Ailesbury,
-, Mary, w. of Geo., marquess of Ailesbury,
-, Mic., marquess of Ailesbury,
-, fam.,

Bruntisfield, Ld., see Warrender

Brunton (in Collingbourne Kingston),
-, agric.,
-, bridge,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Brunton Ho., pk.,
-, farms,
-, field systems (prehist.),
-, ford,
-, inc.,
-, man.:
-, Brunton,
-, Collingbourne Valence,
-, Dormer,
-, mills,
-, open fields,
-, pk., and see Brunton, dom. archit.: Brunton Ho.
-, place name,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, tithing, see Collingbourne Valence tithing
-, Townsend,
-, woodland,

Bryhtric (fl. 984),

Buchanan:
-, A. J.,
-, Mrs.,

Buckingham:
-, dukes of, see Stafford
-, earls of, see Giffard; Woodstock, Thos.

Buckleaze, see Pewsey, man.

Buggy:
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,

building, unlawful,

building materials (less common), see Bath stone; Chilmark stone; sarsen

Buller (later Buller-Leyborne-Popham), E. T., and see Leyborne-Popham

Burbage, Rob. of, rector of Compton Chamberlayne,

Burbage,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, canal,
-, Bruce tunnel,
-, chaplains,
-, chars.,
-, ch., plate
-, clubs (social),
-, colonization from,
-, Column ride, see Bedwyn, Great
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation areas,
-, council hos.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Durley, q.v.
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, Southgrove farm,
-, and see Durley, farms: Warren farm
-, friendly soc.,
-, glebe,
-, Godsbury, see Collingbourne Kingston
-, Grand Avenue, see Bedwyn, Great
-, Horns, East,
-, hotel,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Kinwardstone Farm,
-, man.,
-, Burbage Darell,
-, Burbage Savage,
-, Burbage Sturmy, man. ho.,
-, Motson's,
-, Rectory,
-, mill,
-, open fields,
-, ponds,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. stas.,
-, rlys.,
-, Ram Alley, q.v.
-, roads,
-, Rom. Catholicism,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, Sands, East, q.v.
-, schs.,
-, Stibb Green, q.v.
-, tithes,
-, tithings, see Burbage Savage tithing; Burbage Sturmy tithing
-, trades,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho., plate
-, vicars, and see Nash; Stanton; Taylor, Thos.
-, village hall,
-, the Warren, q.v.
-, wharf,
-, woodland,
-, Southgrove copse,
-, workho.,
-, and see Hurstbourne and Burbage prebend

Burbage Darell, see Burbage, man.

Burbage Savage, see Burbage, man.

Burbage Savage tithing,

Burbage Sturmy, see Burbage, man.

Burbage Sturmy tithing,

burgage tenure,

Burgess, Dan., rector of Collingbourne Ducis,

Burgh, Edw., Ld. Burgh,

burial board, see Pewsey

Burlington, earl of, see Boyle

Burlington House, see Westminster

Burrough, Jas.,

Burwood Heath (in Little Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estates,
-, farm,
-, inc.,
-, place name,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

bus depot, see Pewsey

Bushel (Bushell):
-, John (fl. 1670),
-, John (d. by 1679, ?the same),
-, John (? the same),

business park, see Pewsey

butchers,

Butler:
-, Isabel, w. of Sir John,
-, Sir John (d. 1430),
-, Sir John (d. 1463),
-, R. C.,
-, R. J.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Buttermere, Wm. of,

Buttermere,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, ch., plate
-, common pasture,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, glebe,
-, Henley, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, Newtown,
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, ponds,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rectors, and see Baker, Thos.; Dodson; Nixon; Rede
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, woodland,

Buttermere Corner,

Button:
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Byrd:
-, Wm. (d. 1692),
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1716),

Byrhtelm (fl. 801 × 805),

Byrhtsige (fl. 933 × 948),

Cadley (in Chute),
-, conservation area,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate cotts.,
-, farm,
-, malthouse,
-, place name,
-, pond,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, village green,

Cadley (in Collingbourne Ducis and Collingbourne Kingston),
-, dom. archit.,
-, rly. sta.,

Cadley (in Savernake),
-, ch., see Savernake, ch.
-, dom. archit., plate
-, ind.,
-, pop.,
-, sch., see Savernake, schs.

cage,

Cakewood (?Berks., in Chilton Foliat),
-, cust. tenants,
-, open fields,

Calcot (Berks., in Chilton Foliat, later Hungerford),
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, Chilton Lodge, plate
-, gdns.,
-, lodge,
-, pk., woodland,
-, and see Chilton Foliat: Chilton Lodge; Chilton Lodge estate
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, man.,
-, mill,
-, open fields,
-, woodland,

Calcot and Leverton tithing,

Calcutta, Black Hole of,

Calstone, Thos.,

Cambridge university, St. John's College,

Cambridgeshire, see Godmanchester

Camoys, Hugh, and his w. Joan,

camp site, see Savernake forest

canal, see Kennet & Avon canal

canals (ornamental),

Canning, John,

caps, statutory, failure to wear,

car body repairing,

car park and car parking, see Pewsey

Cardeville, Rob. de, rector of Collingbourne Kingston, treasurer of Salisbury cathedral,

Cardigan, earl of, see Brudenell-Bruce, David

Carey trust,

carnival, see Pewsey, feast or carnival

carp,

carrying writs,

Carter, Eliz.,

carting wool,

Cary:
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,

Catherine (of Aragon), queen of Hen. VIII,

Catherine (Parr), queen of Hen. VIII,

Catherington (Hants), see Hinton Daubnay

Catterns, B. G.,

cattle, see Ayrshire; Friesian; Highland; Jersey; and see organic beef production

cattle ranching,

Cave:
-, D. T.,
-, W. E.,

Celestan (fl. 1066),

cello (iron),

cemeteries, see Collingbourne Kingston, prehist. rem.; Pewsey

cert rent,

Chadderton:
-, Edm. (d. 1499),
-, Edm. (d. 1545),
-, Geo.,
-, Marg., see Collingbourne
-, Wm.,

Chadderton's, see Collingbourne Kingston, man.

Chaddleworth (Berks.), see Poughley

Chafin, Wm.,

Chamber:
-, Gillian, see Neville
-, Steph.,

Chamberlain:
-, Geof.,
-, John,
-, Marg.,
-, Rob.,
-, S. G.,
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1268),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1283, ?the same),
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (d. c. 1283),
-, Wm. (fl. 1341, another),
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (fl. 1341),
-, Wm. (fl. 1423, ?another), and his w. Christine,
-, fam.,

Chambers, Humph., rector of Pewsey,

Champion, Jos.,

Chancery,
-, master in, see Clerk, Sir Edw.

Chandler:
-, Ann, w. of Ric.,
-, Ric. (d. 1823),
-, Ric. (d. 1882),

Chantry estate, see Chute, man.

charities, see under places; and see Barnabas Fund; Broad Town charity; Carey trust; and see (for cross references) almshouses; hospitals (charitable)

Charity Commissioners,

Charles I,

Charles, R. M.,

Charleval, see Noyon-sur-Andelle

Charnham Street (formerly Charlton, in Hungerford),
-, tithing,

Chartrai, Phil. de,

Chastulon, Hugh,

Chaucy:
-, Hugh,
-, Joan, m. Wm. Thornhill,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Chaworth:
-, Hawise (later Hawise of London), w. of Patrick de,
-, Isabel, w. of Patrick de, m. 2 Sir Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester,
-, Maud, m. Hen. of Lancaster, earl of Lancaster and of Leicester,
-, Sir Pain de,
-, Patrick de (d. c. 1258),
-, Patrick de (d. c. 1283),

Cherrington:
-, Dan.,
-, John,
-, Rowan,

cherry trees,

Chichester (Suss.), bp. of, see Rede

Chilmark stone,

Chilton Foliat (partly Berks.),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, bridge,
-, Cakewood, q.v.
-, Cakewood, q.v.
-, Calcot, q.v.
-, chant.,
-, chaplains, and see Fanelore
-, char.,
-, Chilton Ho.,
-, gdn.,
-, pk.,
-, Chilton Lodge,
-, gdn.,
-, pk.,
-, pond,
-, and see Calcot: Chilton Lodge; Chilton Lodge estate
-, ch.,
-, chap.,
-, estate,
-, ch. room,
-, colonization from,
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, cts.,
-, curates, and see Meyrick, Arthur and Edw.
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Bridge Ho., plate
-, Chilton Park Farm,
-, farms,
-, fire engine,
-, glebe,
-, Hayward, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Leverton, q.v.
-, lockup,
-, man.,
-, Chilton Foliat,
-, Chilton Ho. estate,
-, man. ho.,
-, pk.,
-, mills,
-, open fields,
-, par. council,
-, pk.,
-, lodge,
-, pk. keeper,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, poorho., see Chilton Foliat, workho.
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rectors, and see Balgay; Collard; Fanelore; Hounsell, Jas. and Thos.; Leyborne-Pop- ham, John; Popham, Edw.; Sheafe; Topping
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, Soley, q.v.
-, Soley, East (Straight), see Soley
-, Soley, West (Crooked), see Soley
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, tithingman,
-, trades,
-, water meadow,
-, woodland,
-, workho. (poorho.),

Chilton House, see Chilton Foliat

Chilton House estate, see Chilton Foliat, man.

Chilton Lodge, see Calcot

Chilton Lodge (another), see Chilton Foliat

Chilton Lodge estate,

Chilton Park Farm, see Chilton Foliat, dom. archit.

Chilton Stud farm,

Chisbury (in Little Bedwyn),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, brickworks,
-, chaplains, and see Man
-, ch., frontispiece
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, ct.,
-, officers,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, Harrow Farm, and see Rudge, farms: Harrow farm
-, Harrow inn, and see Bedwyn, Little: inns
-, hill fort,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, woodland,
-, man. ho.,
-, chap.,
-, mills,
-, mission room,
-, open fields,
-, pk.,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem., and see Chisbury, hill fort
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, warren,
-, water meadow,
-, woodland, and see Chisbury, man.

Chisenbury and Chute prebend and prebendaries,

Chiswick Ho. (Mdx.),

Christian, Ewan,

Church Patronage society,

Church Patronage trust,

church room, and see village halls

churches, redundant,

Churches Conservation Trust (formerly Redundant Churches Fund),

Churchill:
-, Martha, see Tanner
-, W. R. H.,
-, Wm.,

Chute,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundaries,
-, Cadley, q.v.
-, chant.,
-, adv.,
-, chaplains,
-, and see Chute, man.: Chantry estate
-, chaplain,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, Chute, Lower, q.v.
-, common pastures,
-, Conholt, q.v.
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, cts.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Dean Farm,
-, farms,
-, field systems (prehist.),
-, glebe,
-, Hatchett, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, man.,
-, Chantry estate,
-, Chute,
-, Dean,
-, Prebendal,
-, mills,
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Catholicism,
-, schs.,
-, Shaw, q.v.
-, Standen, q.v.
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Horwood
-, village green,
-, village hall,
-, woodland,
-, and see Chisenbury and Chute prebend

Chute, Lower (in Chute),
-, club (social),
-, conservation area,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, inns,
-, prot. nonconf.,

Chute Forest,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, brickworks,
-, char.,
-, ch., plate
-, Chute Lodge, plate
-, chap.,
-, gdn.,
-, pk., lodge,
-, common pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, eccl. district,
-, estates,
-, Chute Lodge,
-, Forest,
-, Longbottom,
-, Pollard's,
-, Redhouse,
-, farms,
-, ind.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicars,
-, woodland,

Chute forest,
-, boundary,
-, disafforestment,
-, herbage and mast,
-, inc.,
-, lodge,
-, tithes,

Chute Lodge, see Chute Forest; Chute Forest, estates

cinema, see Pewsey

Cirencester (Glos.), abbey of,

Cissa, King,

Clare:
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester and of Hertford (d. 1295),
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester and of Hertford (d. 1314),
-, Joan, w. of Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester and of Hertford,
-, Marg. de, m. Hugh de Audley, earl of Gloucester,
-, Maud, w. of Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester and of Hertford,

Clark (Clarke):
-, Anne,
-, Mic.,
-, and see Clerk

Clench (formerly Wick, in Milton Lilbourne),
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, common pasture,
-, cts.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, mills,
-, New Mill, q.v.
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, tithingman,
-, wharf, see New Mill
-, woodland,

Clerk:
-, Christian, see Gunter
-, Edw. (d. 1664),
-, Edw. (fl. 1714),
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Thos.,
-, and see Clark

clerk of parliament, see Franks

clerk of the peace, see Ewen

Cleves, Anne of, see Anne

Clifton:
-, Hen.,
-, fam.,

clock and watch makers, and see Hunt, fam.

cloth of gold,

clothiers, and see clothmakers; weavers

clothing clubs,

clothmakers, and see clothiers; weavers; woollen cloth making

clubs and societies, see Adelphi club room; British Legion clubs; Comrades hall; Foresters hall; (s.vv. Bedwyn, Great; Burbage; Standen in Chute) friendly soc.; Royal Society; scouts hall; and see (for cross references) entertainment and recreation; sports and games

coal and building materials supply,
-, depot,
-, and see coal distribution

coal and corn merchants, see Fall

coal and timber merchants,

coal distribution, and see coal and building materials supply

Coate (in Liddington), Agricultural Museum,

Cobbett, Wm.,

Cobham:
-, Hen., Ld. Cobham,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, John,
-, John, Ld. Cobham (d. 1355),
-, John, Ld. Cobham (d. 1408),
-, Maud, see Columbers
-, fam.,

Cobham:
-, Baronesses, see Braybrook, Joan; Hawkberk
-, Lds., see Brooke; Cobham

Cohen, Sam.,

Cokayn, Geo.,

Cole:
-, H. D.,
-, R. L.,

Colebrook, Wm.,

Coleraine, Ld., see Hare, Hen.

Coles:
-, John,
-, Susanna, w. of Wm.,
-, Wm.,

Coleville, Wm. de,

collar maker, and see (for cross reference) harness maker

Collard, Rob., rector of Chilton Foliat,

Collie, D. G.,

Collingbourne:
-, Jane, m. Jas. Lowther,
-, Marg., m. Geo. Chadderton,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., n

Collingbourne Ducis,
-, Cadley, q.v.
-, rector, see Burgess
-, rectory,
-, sch.,

Collingbourne estate,
-, agric.,
-, cust. tenants,

Collingbourne Kingston,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, Aughton, q.v.
-, boundary,
-, Brunton, q.v.
-, Cadley, q.v.
-, char.,
-, ch., plate
-, estate,
-, colonization from,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, ct.,
-, curates, and see Parsons, Edm.; Swain
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Falstone pond, q.v.
-, farms,
-, field systems (prehist.),
-, glebe,
-, Godsbury,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, Chadderton's,
-, Collingbourne Kingston,
-, Rectory,
-, military activity,
-, mills,
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, cemetery,
-, and see Collingbourne Kingston, Godsbury
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, rectors, and see Cardeville; Worcester
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, Sunton, q.v.
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, Townsend, see Brunton
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Alexander, Leonard; Boardman; Norris, John; Parsons, Bart.; Poore, C. H.; Westcombe
-, woodland,

Collingbourne Sunton tithing,

Collingbourne Valence, see Brunton, man.

Collingbourne Valence tithing,

Collins:
-, Eliz., see Alexander
-, J. F.,
-, Sir John,

colonization, and see planned settlement

Colson, John,

colt park, and see stud farms

Columbers:
-, Avice, see Croke
-, Gilb. de,
-, Joan, m. Ric. de Popham,
-, Joan, w. of Wm. de, m. 2 John de Popham,
-, John de,
-, Mat. de (d. c. 1272-3),
-, Mat. de (fl. 1275),
-, Maud, w. of Mat. de, m. 2 Hen. Cobham, Ld. Cobham,
-, Mic. de (d. 1235),
-, Mic. de (fl. 1272-3),
-, Nic.,
-, Nichole, m. John de Lisle,
-, Ric. de,
-, Wm. de,

Column ride, see Bedwyn, Great

Colvin, M. K. B.,

Combe, Wal. of,

Combe (Berks., formerly Hants),
-, vicar, see Baker, Thos.

Comberwell, John,

commercial garages, and see petrol station

commercial premises, and see commercial garages; Golden Arrow café; hotels; Milcot Water: trout hatchery; offices; petrol station; Pewsey: banks; shops; and supermarket; restaurant; scrap metal yard; tea room; and see (for cross references) industrial buildings; inns; trades and industries; utilities

common meadow, see under places; and see water meadows

common pasture, and see under places

Compton Chamberlayne, rector of, see Burbage, Rob. of

computer technology,

Comrades hall, and see British Legion clubs

Comyn:
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Talbot,
-, Joan,

Congregationalists,

Conholt (in Chute),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, Conholt Ho.,
-, pks., agric., woodland,
-, cust. tenants,
-, farms,
-, man.:
-, Conholt (Conholt estate),
-, Eastcourt,
-, open fields,
-, pks., see Conholt: Conholt Ho.
-, tithing,
-, tithingman,
-, woodland,

Conholt estate, see Conholt, man.

conservation areas, see under places

contrariance,

Cook (Cooke):
-, Alf.,
-, Dan.,
-, John,
-, G. L.,
-, R. G.,

Cookson, Freville,

Cooper:
-, Isabella, w. of Sir Wm.,
-, J. T.,
-, S. P.,
-, Sir Wm., Bt.,

cooperage,

coopers, and see King

coppices and coppicing,

Copydex Ltd.,

Cor, John,

Corbett, see Astley-Corbett

Corderoy:
-, Edw. (d. 1587),
-, Edw. (fl. 1745),
-, Francis,
-, Thos. (d. by 1547),
-, Thos. (fl. 1570),
-, Wm. (d. 1623),
-, Wm. (fl. 1635),
-, fam.,

Corderoy's, see Sunton, man.

Cork, John,

Cornwall:
-, Sir Edm.,
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Edm.,

council houses, see under places

coursing, illegal, and see hares

courtier, see Packer, John (d. 1649)

courts and jurisdictions, see under places; and see forest courts; forest law; honor court; hundred courts; (all s.v. Wiltshire) petty sessions; quarter sessions; shire court; and see (for cross references) liberties and franchises

Cowdray:
-, Edw. (fl. 1408),
-, Edw. (fl. after 1428, another),
-, Peter (fl. 1428),
-, Peter (fl. 1493),
-, Philippe, m. Rob. Lard, John Strangways,

Cox, Wm.,

Craan, Hugh, and see Rivers, Isabel

Crabtree common, see Bedwyn, Little

Craven:
-, Eliz., see Raymond
-, Fulwar,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Crawford, A. W.,

Crees, Gordon,

cricket,

cricket fields and grounds, see Bedwyn, Great; Pewsey

Cripps, Sim.,

Crispe:
-, Sir Chas., Bt.,
-, Mary, m. Geo. Stonehouse,

Crispin, Miles,

Croc the huntsman,
-, his s., see Rainald
-, and see Croke

Crofton (in Great Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, bridges,
-, canal,
-, chap.,
-, chaplains,
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, cts.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Bloxham Lodge,
-, Freewarren Farm,
-, farms,
-, Freewarren farm,
-, Freewarren Farm, and see Crofton, dom. archit.
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, Crofton Braboef,
-, Crofton Fitzwarren,
-, woodland,
-, mills,
-, open fields,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, pumping sta., see Kennet & Avon canal
-, rly.,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, woodland, and see Crofton, man

Crofton Society,

Croke:
-, Avice, m. Mic. de Columbers,
-, Ellis,
-, Joan, m. Sir Wm. Avenel, Wm. le Moyne,
-, Mat. (fl. 1156),
-, Mat. (fl. 1163, another),
-, Phil.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Croc the huntsman; Crook; Rainald

Cromwell, Oliver,

Crook:
-, Ann,
-, G. I.,
-, I. C.,
-, J. R.,
-, R. I. J.,
-, and see Croke

crops (less common), see dredge; legumes; peas; potatoes; sainfoin; seed production; swedes; turnips; vetches; watercress

Crossford, see Rudge

Crown Estate Commission,

Crutchley, Chas., n

cuckingstool,

Cuckoo's Knob (in Wootton Rivers),
-, council hos.,
-, dom. archit.,

Cundy:
-, Thos. (d. 1825),
-, Thos. (d. 1867),
-, Thos. (d. 1895),

Curci:
-, Alice de, m. Warin FitzGerald,
-, Emme, see Falaise
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1114),
-, Wm. de (d. 1125 × 1130),
-, Wm. de (d. 1171),
-, Wm. de (d. 1194),

Curll:
-, Edw.,
-, Frances, w. of Wal.,
-, John,
-, Mary, w. of Edw.,
-, Wal. (d. c. 1686),
-, Wal. (fl. 1719),
-, Wm.,

Curnick:
-, T.,
-, T. W.,
-, W. R.,
-, fam.,

Curtis:
-, Chas., curate of Easton, vicar of Milton Lilbourne,
-, Sir Wm., Bt.,

Cusse, Hen.,

customary payments, see cert rent; law silver; sheriff's aid; tithing penny; tithing rent

customary services (less common), see carrying writs; carting wool; washing and shearing sheep

Cynewulf, King,

Dallyson, Cath.,

dams (riverine),

Dance:
-, Mary,
-, Sibyl, see Scroggs

Danes,

Danton, John,

Danvers:
-, Sir John,
-, Nic.,

Darell:
-, Constantine (will proved 1508),
-, Constantine (fl. 1528),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1530),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1549),
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Jane, w. of Sir Geo.,
-, Joan, w. of Constantine,
-, Wm. (fl. 1426),
-, Wm. (d. 1589),
-, fam.,

Darnell, P. B.,

Dauntsey, Wm.,

Davidson, Jas., curate of Froxfield,

Dawkins:
-, Hannah, see Long
-, Jas.,

Day, A.,

de Pass:
-, A. R.,
-, Rob.,

Deacon, Hen.,

Dean:
-, John,
-, Salathiel,

dean, Hugh of the, see Hugh

Dean, see Chute, man.

Dean Farm, see Chute, dom. archit.

Deane water,

debt,

Deepgate, Wm. le,

deer,
-, bucks and does,
-, deer fence,
-, deer leap,
-, and see game

Delamaine, Edw.,

Delmé, John,

Denewulf, bp. of Winchester,

Denny, R. B.,

Denny Sutton Hipend, see Pewsey

deserted settlements,

Despenser:
-, Hugh le, Ld. le Despenser,
-, Sir Hugh le, Ld. le Despenser, earl of Winchester,
-, Isabel, see Chaworth

Devenish, P. J.,

Devereux:
-, Frances, see Walsingham
-, Rob., earl of Essex,

Devizes,
-, museum,

Devlin:
-, Madeleine, w. of Patrick, Ld. Devlin,
-, Patrick, Ld. Devlin,

Devon:
-, ctss. of, see Reviers, Isabel
-, earls of, see Reviers

diarists, see Naish, Thos.; Whitelocke, Sir Bulstrode

Dixon, T. J.,

Dobie Wyatt Ltd.,

Dodding, Miles,

Dodsdown (in Great Bedwyn),
-, brickworks,

Dodson, Nat., rector of Buttermere,

dogs, see bloodhound; mastiff; wolf hounds

Dormer:
-, Geof.,
-, Sir Mic.,

Dormer, see Brunton, man.

Dorset, earl and marquess of, see Beaufort, Edm.

Dorset, see Shaftesbury

dovecots,

Down Pewsey tithing, see Pewsey, tithing

Downing, Edw.,

Downton, see Barford

Doygnel:
-, Alice,
-, Joan, m. Ric. Baxman,
-, Rob.,
-, Warin,

Draycot Cerne,

dredge,

Droxford:
-, John,
-, John, bp. of Bath and Wells,
-, Mic.,
-, Mic. of,
-, Thos.,

Druce:
-, Felice, w. of Sir Wm.,
-, Geof.,
-, Hugh,
-, Sir John,
-, Rob.,
-, Rob., cousin of Rob.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Dudley, John, duke of Northumberland,

Duffield, V. L.,

Duke:
-, Edw.,
-, Frances,
-, Geo.,
-, Mary, w. of Geo.,
-, Selenhah,

Dun, John le,

Dun, riv.,

Dunstanville:
-, Wal. de,
-, fam.,

Durley (in Burbage),
-, agric.,
-, assarts,
-, colonization,
-, common pasture,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit., plates
-, Durley heath,
-, farms,
-, Warren farm, and see the Warren
-, inc., and see Durley, warrens
-, man.,
-, open fields,
-, tithes,
-, the Warren, q.v.
-, warrens,
-, inc.,
-, lodges,
-, woodland,

Durnford:
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,

Durrington:
-, Anne, m. Adrian Bower,
-, Cecily, m. Wm. Bower,
-, Joan, m. Wm. Vince,
-, John,

Ealhmund, bp. of Winchester,

Earle:
-, Chas.,
-, Eliz.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,

Early, see Ardley alias Early; and see Erley

Earth:
-, Eliz., see Pile
-, Rog.,

Eastbury:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Eastcourt, see Conholt, man.

Easton:
-, Adam of,
-, Steph. of, see Tisbury

Easton,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, bridge,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch., plate chap.,
-, colonization,
-, common pastures,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, cts.,
-, curates, and see Brian; Curtis, Chas.; Llewellyn; Swain; Wall
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Easton Green,
-, Falstone pond, q.v.
-, farms,
-, friendly soc.,
-, glebe,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, Easton Bradenstoke,
-, Easton Druce,
-, Easton Warren,
-, Rectory,
-, man. ho.,
-, open fields,
-, parsonage ho.,
-, place name,
-, ponds,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, priory,
-, ch.,
-, prior, and see Brian
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Ram Alley, q.v.
-, rector, and see Tisbury, Steph. of
-, roads,
-, Rom. Catholicism,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, tithingman,
-, trades,
-, vicarage,
-, vicars,
-, village hall,
-, warren,
-, lodge,
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Easton, Crux (Hants),

Easton Bradenstoke, see Easton, man.

Easton Druce, see Easton, man.

Easton Green, see Easton

Easton Warren, see Easton, man.

Eastridge estate, see Littlecote estate

Eccles:
-, David, Baron Eccles, Vct. Eccles,
-, John,

Ecclesiastical Commissioners,

ecclesiastical districts, see Chute Forest; Fosbury; Grafton, East; Savernake; Savernake Forest

ecclesiastical practices, see appropriation of churches; invocation of saints; mission rooms; oratories; ordination of vicarages; peculiar jurisdiction

Eddington (or Hidden, Berks., in Hungerford),

Eden, Sir Ant., earl of Avon,

Edgar, King,

Edith, queen of Edw. the Confessor,

Edmonds, John,

Edmund, King,

Edmund, Wm. s. of, see William

Edric (fl. 1066),

Edric (fl. 1086),

Edward the Confessor, King,

Edward the Elder, King,

Edward II,

Edwards:
-, A. J.,
-, John,

eels,

Egerton, Seymour, earl of Wilton,

Egremont, earls of, see Seymour, Algernon; Wyndham, Sir Chas.

electricity, see Pewsey

Elizabeth I,

Elmley Castle (Worcs.),

Elsfield:
-, Alan,
-, Gilb.,
-, Gilb. of,
-, Gillian, see Farnham
-, John,

Elstub hundred,

Emes, Wm., n

engineers, see Oatley & Morris; and see motor engineers

entertainment and recreation, see assembly rooms; Pewsey, cinema and feast or carnival; Savernake forest, camp site; swimming pools; and see (for cross references) clubs and societies; commercial premises; inns; sports and games

Erley:
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, and see Ardley alias Early

Ernle:
-, Edm.,
-, Edw.,
-, Sir Edw., Bt.,
-, John,
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., w. of -,
-, Mary, m. Wal. Skilling,
-, Mic. (d. 1594),
-, Mic. (fl. 1699),
-, Sir Mic., Bt.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1475),
-, Wm. (fl. 1575),
-, fam.,

Essex:
-, Thos. (d. 1558),
-, Thos. (d. 1575),
-, Thos. (fl. 1578),
-, Sir Wm.,

Essex, earls of, see Bohun; Devereux

estate cottages, see under places

Etchilhampton,

Ethelbert, King,

Ethelred, King,

Etheric (fl. before 984),

Eu, Wm. of,

Eu, count of, see Bourgchier

Evans, Lewis, vicar of Froxfield,

Everett:
-, Hen.,
-, J. H.,
-, Thos.,

Everleigh,
-, boundary,
-, Everleigh Manor,
-, liberty,
-, rectory,

Évreux, count of, see William

Ewelme (Oxon.), almshouse at,

Ewen, Mic.,

Fabian, Wm.,

fabrics (less common), see cloth of gold

Faccombe Estates,

fairs, see Bedwyn, Great

Falaise:
-, Emme, m. Wm. de Curci,
-, Wm. de,

Fall, fam.,

Falstone pond (in Collingbourne Kingston and Easton),

Fanelore, Ric., chaplain and rector of Chilton Foliat,

Fanshawe:
-, Althea, w. of Sim.,
-, Chas. (d. 1859),
-, Chas. (d. 1873),
-, Chas. (fl. 1920),
-, Chas., Vct. Fanshawe,
-, Evelyn, Vct. Fanshawe,
-, Hen. (d. 1828),
-, Hen. (d. 1857),
-, Hen. (d. 1913),
-, John,
-, Sim.,
-, Sim., Vct. Fanshawe,
-, Thos.,

Farmer:
-, Isabel, w. of Lambert,
-, Lambert,
-, S. W.,

Farmer Homes, see Bedwyn, Little

farming by new methods,

Farnham:
-, Alan of,
-, Gillian, m. 1 Gilb. of Elsfield, John de St. Helen,

Fauntleroy:
-, Brian,
-, Hen.,

feast or carnival, see Pewsey

fee farm,

Ferrey, Benj.,

Ferris, Geo.,

fertilizer wholesalers, see Fall

Figheldean,

Finch:
-, Charlotte, see Seymour
-, Dan.,
-, Heneage, earl of Aylesford,
-, W. C.,

fire brigade, see Wiltshire

fire engines, see Chilton Foliat; Pewsey

fire extinguishers,

fire stations, see Pewsey

fires,

fish, see bream; carp; eels; roach; tench; trout

Fisher:
-, John (fl. 1648),
-, John (fl. 1690s, ?another),
-, Thos.,

fishing lodge,

fishpond, and see (for cross references) ponds

FitzGerald:
-, Alice, see Curci
-, Marg., m. 1 Baldwin de Reviers, Fawkes de Breauté,
-, Warin,

FitzGilbert, John,
-, his sons, see FitzJohn; John the marshal; Marshal, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1219)

FitzJohn, Gilb.,

FitzWarin:
-, Alan (fl. 1260), and his w. Margery,
-, Alan (fl. 1300, ?another),
-, Eliz., m. Sir Ric. Hankford,
-, Fulk (d. 1407),
-, Fulk (d. 1420),
-, Sir Fulk (d. 1349),
-, Sir Fulk (d. 1374),
-, Sir Fulk (d. 1391),
-, Wm.,

FitzWarin, Lds., see Bourghchier

Foach, Ric.,

Foliot:
-, Hen.,
-, Joan, see Tyeys
-, Ralph,
-, Ralph, see St. German
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Rog.,
-, Sampson,
-, fam.,

food and drink trades,

football pitch, see Pewsey

footwear and clothing trades,

Ford (in Great Bedwyn),
-, bridge,
-, dom. archit.,
-, ford,
-, mill (Bedwyn mill),
-, pop.,

Ford brook,

fords,

Forebridge (in Little Bedwyn),
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, workho.,

Forest, see Chute Forest, estates

forest courts,

forest law,

Foresters hall,

forestry, commercial,

Forestry Commission,

forests, and see Chute forest; Savernake forest

Forsyth, W. A.,

Forz, Isabel de, ctss. of Aumale and of Devon, see Reviers

Fosbury:
-, John,
-, Peter (fl. 1275),
-, Peter (d. 1352),
-, Rob.,

Fosbury (in Tidcombe),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, ch.,
-, common pastures,
-, curates,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, eccl. district,
-, farms,
-, field systems (prehist.),
-, Fosbury Ho., plate
-, gdn.,
-, pk.,
-, hill fort,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho. (Little Heath), and see Fosbury: Fosbury Ho.
-, open fields,
-, pond,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Catholicism,
-, sch.,
-, the Tang,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, vicar,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, warren,
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Foster, Thos., vicar of Froxfield,

foundry,

Fowle:
-, Hen.,
-, Sarah, w. of T. E.,
-, T. E.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, W. H.,
-, W. T.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

fowling piece, unlawful carrying,

Fox:
-, Hen., Ld. Holland,
-, Hen., Ld. Holland, grds. of Hen., Ld. Holland,
-, Steph., Ld. Holland,

Foyle:
-, Edw. (d. 1719),
-, Edw. (d. 1736),
-, Geo.,
-, Gorges,
-, John (d. 1648),
-, John (d. 1671),
-, Mary Anne, m. Chas. Randolph,
-, Rob.,

France, and see Angers; Mont St. Michel; Noyon-sur-Andelle (now Charleval); Rouen; St. Evroul

Francis, Wm.,

Franks, John,

free warren,

Freeman:
-, John,
-, Strickland,

Freewarren farm, see Crofton, farms

Freke, Rob.,

Fribbance, C. G.,

friendly societies, see Bedwyn, Great; Burbage; Easton; Standen (in Chute)

Friesian cattle,

Froile, John,

Froxfield (Hants),

Froxfield,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho., plates
-, archit.,
-, chap.,
-, gdns.,
-, officers,
-, sch.,
-, boundary,
-, bridges,
-, canal,
-, char., and see Froxfield, almsho.
-, ch., plate
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, ct.,
-, curates, and see Davidson; Gilmore, John
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, glebe,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, Froxfield,
-, Rectory,
-, Oakhill, q.v.
-, open fields,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, rectors, and see Nethway; Ogbourne, John
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, Rudge, q.v.
-, schs.,
-, Teteridge, q.v.
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, vicarage,
-, vicars, and see Atwood; Brown, Thos.; Evans; Foster; Godwin, Geof.
-, village green,
-, village hall,
-, water meadows,
-, wharf,
-, woodland,

Froxfield stream,

Fulbrook, Wm.,

Fulcher, Peter s. of, see Peter

Fulcher, John,

fuller,

fulling mills,

furze cutting,

Fyfield, Warin of,
-, his s., see Warren, Wm.

Fyfield (Hants),

Fyfield,

Fyfield (in Milton Lilbourne),
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, colonization,
-, common meadow,
-, common pastures,
-, conservation area,
-, ct.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, Fyfield Manor, plate
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho., see Fyfield: Fyfield Manor
-, Milcot Water, q.v.
-, Milkhouse Water, see Milcot Water
-, mill,
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, roads,
-, Salisbury, Little, q.v.
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, woodland,

G.W.R.,

Gale:
-, Augusta, w. of J. H.,
-, J. H., vicar of Milton Lilbourne,
-, T. H., vicar of Milton Lilbourne,
-, W. H.,

gallops, and see racehorses

gambling,

game, and see birds; deer

games (unlawful),

Gammon, John,

Garnett, C. W.,

gas lighting, see Pewsey

Gaskell, Henrietta,

gasworks, see Pewsey

Gates:
-, O.,
-, S. G.,

Gauntlett:
-, E. B.,
-, W. B.,

Gent, D. C. F.,

geologist, see Townsend, Jos.

George:
-, John (d. 1611),
-, John (d. 1651),
-, Ric. (fl. 1696),
-, Ric. (fl. c. 1730, ?another),
-, Wm.,
-, Mrs.,

Gerald, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Gervase, and his w. Maud,

Gervase, Thos.,

gibbets,

Gibbs:
-, Geo., rector of Woodborough,
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Wm.,

Giffard, Wal., earl of Buckingham,

Gilbert:
-, Alf.,
-, John,
-, Thos. (d. 1771),
-, Thos. (d. 1807),
-, Thos. (d. 1840),

Gilmore:
-, J. P.,
-, John, curate of Froxfield,

Glass:
-, Thos. (fl. 1767),
-, Thos. (d. 1806, ?another),

Gloucester:
-, dukes of, see Humphrey; Woodstock, Thos.
-, earls of, see Audley, Hugh; Clare

Gloucester,

Gloucestershire, see Cirencester; St. Briavels

glovers,

glue packing,

Goddard:
-, Edw.,
-, Francis (d. 1652),
-, Francis (fl. 1695),
-, John (d. 1545),
-, John (d. c. 1567),
-, Thos.,

Godmanchester (Hunts., later Cambs.),

Godwin (fl. 1066),

Godwin:
-, Geof., vicar of Froxfield,
-, Thos.,

Goidlanus (fl. 1166),

Golden Arrow café,

Goldney, F. H.,

golf course, see Pewsey

Goodman:
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, M. H.,
-, fam.,

Gough:
-, Hen.,
-, J. T.,
-, Jas.,

government bodies, see Forestry Commission; Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries; Ministry of Defence; National Council for Mental Health; Ordnance Survey; War Department; and see Minister of Health

Govett, Wm.,

Grafton, East (in Great Bedwyn),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, chap.,
-, chaplains,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, ct.,
-, curate,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, eccl. district,
-, farms,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mkt.,
-, mills,
-, open fields,
-, pk.,
-, pond,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, vicar,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, village green,
-, village hall,
-, woodland,

Grafton, West (in Great Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, Grafton, West,
-, Sotwell's,
-, open fields,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, tithing,
-, woodland,

Grafton parish,
-, boundary,
-, pop.,

Granby, marquess of, see Manners, John

Grand Avenue, see Bedwyn, Great

Grant-Meek, Alex.,

gravel extraction, see Knowle; and see quarries

Greenaway, Thos.,

Gregory, Sir Wm.,

Grimston:
-, Geo.,
-, Sir Sam., Bt.,
-, Sarah, see Seymour

grist mills,

guild, see Bedwyn, Great

Guinness:
-, Erskine,
-, fam.,

Gulston:
-, Jos. (d. 1786),
-, Jos. (fl. 1810),

gun, see fowling piece

Gunter:
-, Christian, m. Thos. Clerk,
-, Geof.,
-, Grace, w. of -,
-, Nic.,
-, Sim.,
-, Wm.,

Guy, Ant.,

haha,

Hainault, Philippa of, see Philippa

Haines:
-, Dan.,
-, J. S. (d. 1937),
-, J. S. (d. 1964),

Halsham:
-, Anne, w. of Ric., m. 2 John Thornbury,
-, Sir Hugh,
-, Joan, m. John Lewknor,
-, John,
-, Philippe, see Strathbogie
-, Ric.,

Halvile, Ralph de,

Ham,
-, man.,
-, rectory,
-, sch.,

Hamilton, J. R.,

Hammersley, Thos.,

Hampshire, see Andover; Appleshaw; Combe; Easton, Crux; Froxfield; Fyfield; Hinton Daubnay (in Catherington); Mottisfont; Netley; Southampton; Tangley; Thruxton; Winchester
-, ealdorman, see Aelfheah

Hamville:
-, Alan,
-, Steph. de,
-, Thos.,

Hancock, Hen.,

hanging,

Hankford:
-, Eliz.,
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Ric., see FitzWarin
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Thomasine, m. Wm. Bourghchier, Ld. FitzWarin,

Hannon, Ric.,

Hansworth:
-, Margery, see Braybrook
-, Thos.,

Hanville, Geof. de,

Harding:
-, Anstice, m. 1 Wm. de Lillebonne, Sir Rob. Bilkemore,
-, Ric.,
-, Ric. (another), s. of Ric. of,
-, Ric. of,
-, Rog.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1302),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1330, ?the same),

Harding (in Great Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, open fields,
-, woodland,

Hare:
-, Hen., Ld. Coleraine,
-, Sarah, see Seymour

hares, unlicensed killing of, and see coursing; warrens

harness maker, see Stagg, F. C.; and see collar maker

Harold, Earl, later King,

Harpeden:
-, Joan, see Hawkberk
-, Sir John,

Harrison:
-, Alice, see Organ
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,

Harrow, see Rudge, man.

Harrow Farm, see Chisbury

Harrow farm, see Rudge, farms

Harrow inn, see Chisbury

Hart, D.,

Hatchett (in Chute),
-, prot. nonconf.,

Havering:
-, Joan, w. of John,
-, John,
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Sir Ric. of,
-, fam.,

Hawes, Francis,

Hawkberk, Joan, Baroness Cobham, m.1 Sir John Oldcastle, 2 Sir John Harpeden,

Hawkins:
-, C. W., & Sons,
-, Sarah,
-, fam.,

Hawtreys school, see Bedwyn, Great: Tottenham Ho.

Haybrook House, see Pewsey

Hayward:
-, J. W.,
-, Justin,
-, T. P.,
-, Thos. (d. 1921),
-, Thos. (d. 1947),

Hayward (Berks., in Chilton Foliat, later Hungerford),
-, agric.,
-, colonization,
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, man.,
-, Old Hayward Farm,
-, open fields,
-, water meadow,
-, woodland,

haywards,
-, grass hayward,

Henderson, H. W.,

Hendry, R. D.,

Henley (in Buttermere),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, open fields,
-, pond,
-, woodland,

Henrietta, queen of Chas. I,

Henry I,

Henry III,

Henry IV (Hen. of Lancaster),

Henry VII,

Henry VIII,

Henry (of Grosmont), earl and duke of Lancaster,
-, his daus., see Blanche; Maud

hens, free-range,

Henset (in Little Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, ct.,
-, estate,
-, open fields,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, woodland,

herbage and mast, see Chute forest

Herbert:
-, Hen., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery,
-, Phil., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery,
-, Thos., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery,
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke,

Hereford:
-, Marg., see Sturmy
-, Rog.,

Hereford, earls of, see Bohun

Hereford, bp. of,

heritage centre, see Pewsey; and see (s.vv. Coate; Devizes; Swindon) museums

Herriott:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Hertford:
-, earls of, see Clare; Seymour
-, marquess of, see Seymour, Wm.

Hesdin, Ernulf of,

Hezelin (fl. 1086),

Hidden, see Eddington

high treason,

Highett:
-, Ralph,
-, Rob.,

Highland cattle,

Hine:
-, R.,
-, W.,

Hinton:
-, Ant.,
-, Sir Ant.,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Thos.,

Hinton Daubnay (in Catherington, Hants),

Hippenscombe (in Tidcombe),
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estates,
-, Blagden,
-, Hippenscombe,
-, farms,
-, field systems (prehist.),
-, inc.,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Scot's Poor,
-, aleho.,
-, tithes,
-, tithingman,
-, warren,
-, woodland,

historian, see Brentnall

Hitchcock:
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Holand, Lds., see Lovel

Holcombe:
-, Agnes, see Sturmy
-, John,

Holland, Lds., see Fox

Holmes, Thos.,

Holt:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Holt (in Little Bedwyn),
-, farm,
-, farmstead,
-, tithes,

Holwell, J. Z.,

Homedieu, fam.,

honor court,

Honywood, Wm.,

Hooper:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Hopkins:
-, John,
-, John, cousin of John,
-, and see Bond

Hopton:
-, J., w. of John,
-, John,
-, Ulric,

hopyards, and see breweries, brewhouses, and brewing; malthouses and malting

Horner:
-, John,
-, Rebecca, w. of -,
-, Wal.,

Horns, East, see Burbage

horse mills,

horses, and see colt park; racehorses; riding schools; slaughterer of horses; stud farms

horticulture, see melon yard; orchid house

Horwood, Ric., vicar of Chute,

Hosier:
-, A. J.,
-, A. M.,
-, J. J.,
-, Joshua,
-, N. H.,
-, P.,
-, fam.,

Hospitallers,

hospitals, and see Pewsey mental hospital; smallpox house

hospitals (charitable), see Bedwyn, Great: hosp.; London, hosp. of St. Thos.; and see (for cross references) almshouses

hotels, and see (under places) inns

Hounsell:
-, Jas., rector of Chilton Foliat,
-, Thos., rector of Chilton Foliat,

housing association,

Howse, Alf.,

Hudson, R. S., Vct. Hudson, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries,

Hugh (fl. 1086),

Hugh of the dean,

Hughes, Wm., vicar of St. Mary's, Marlborough,

Huish:
-, adv.,
-, man.,
-, rector,

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester,

Humphreys, Thos.,

hundred courts,
-, exemptions,
-, withdrawal of suit,

hundreds, see Elstub; Kintbury; Kinwardstone; Selkley

Hungerford:
-, Ant. (d. 1589),
-, Ant. (d. 1657),
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1558),
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1627),
-, Bridget, w. of Ant.,
-, Edm. (fl. 1656),
-, Edm. (d. 1713, another),
-, Sir Edm.,
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1607),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1648),
-, Sir Edw. (fl. 1674),
-, Eliz., w. of Hen.,
-, Frances, see Seymour
-, Gena, see Stock
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, Sir John (d. 1524),
-, Sir John (d. 1582),
-, Sir John (d. 1635),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wal.,
-, Wal., Ld. Hungerford,
-, fam.,

Hungerford (partly Berks.),
-, Calcot, q.v.
-, Charlton, see Charnham Street
-, Charnham Street, q.v.
-, Eddington (or Hidden), q.v.
-, Hayward, q.v.
-, Hidden, see Eddington
-, Leverton, q.v.
-, mkt.,
-, mills,
-, poor-law union,
-, rural district,
-, schs.,
-, Standen, North, q.v.
-, Standen, South, see Standen Hussey
-, Standen Hussey (South Standen), q.v.

Hunt:
-, John (fl. 1580),
-, John (fl. 1766),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

hunting, and see deer; Tedworth hunt

Huntingdonshire, see Godmanchester

huntsman, Alvric the, see Alvric

huntsman, Croc the, see Croc

huntsman, Waleran the, see Waleran

Hurly lake, see Southcott

Hurstbourne and Burbage prebend and prebendary,

Hussey:
-, Cath., w. of Thos., m. 2 Sir Rob. Mason,
-, Geof.,
-, Geof., s. of Geof.,
-, Hen. (fl. late 12th cent.),
-, Hen. (d. 1260 × 1263),
-, Sir Hubert,
-, Isabel, m. John Thorney,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Marg., m. Hen. Sturmy,
-, Maud,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Hutchinson, A. J.,

Huth:
-, A. H.,
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, Olivia, w. of A. H.,

Hyde:
-, Laur.,
-, Sir Laur.,
-, Sir Nic.,
-, fam.,

Hyde abbey, see Winchester, abbey of St. Peter

imparking,
-, licenses to impark,
-, and see (under places) parks

inclosure, see under places

Independency and Independents,

India, see Calcutta

industrial buildings, and see Avonside foundry; breweries, brewhouses, and brewing; brick making and brickworks; coal and building materials supply, depot; cooperage; foundry; hopyards; Kennet & Avon canal: (s.v. wharfs) warehouse; lime kiln; malthouses and malting; oil depot; Pewsey; business park and industrial estate; potatoes, packing; saw mill; slaughterhouse; tannery; workshops; and see (for cross references) commercial premises; mills; trades and industries; utilities

industrial colony of mental defectives,
-, see Pewsey mental hospital

industrial estate, see Pewsey

inmates, accepting of, and see strangers

inns, see under places; and see hotels

intemperance,

iron founders, see Oatley & Morris; Whatley, Geo., & Son

Jackson, the Revd. J. E.,

James II (Jas., duke of York),

James:
-, D. G. W.,
-, John,
-, N. E.,

Jane (Seymour), queen of Hen. VIII,

Jeans:
-, G. M.,
-, Mark,

Jeeves, A. E.,

Jellicoe, Sir Geof.,

Jennings:
-, Jas. (fl. 1623),
-, Jas. (d. 1684),
-, Jas. (d. 1746-7),
-, Jas. (fl. 1765),
-, Rob. (d. 1738),
-, Rob. (fl. 1746-7),
-, Wm.,

Jersey cattle,

Jockey Green (in Great Bedwyn),
-, Brail Farm (later Jockey Green Farm),
-, council hos.,
-, estate cotts.,
-, inn, see Bedwyn, Little: inns, Horse and Jockey
-, Jockey Green Farm, see Jockey
-, Green, Brail Farm
-, Jockey Green farm, see Bedwyn
-, Brails bailiwick, Brail farm
-, place name,

John, King,

John (of Gaunt), earl and duke of Lancaster,
-, his w., see Blanche

John the marshal,

Joicey-Cecil:
-, Isabella, w. of Ld. John,
-, Ld. John,

Jones:
-, John (d. 1611),
-, John (fl. 1640),
-, Wm. (d. 1610),
-, Wm. (d. 1632),

Jordan (fl. c. 1158),

justice of the peace, powers of,



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