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'Index: K-Z', A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 5: Bledisloe Hundred, St. Briavels Hundred, The Forest of Dean (1996), pp. 429-440. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=23277 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Kear:
-, Edw.,
-, Isaac,
-, Peter,

Keck, Ant.,

Keddick fam.,

Kedgwin, Thos.,

Keith, John,

Keeling:
-, G. B.,
-, G. W.,

Kele:
-, Cath.,
-, Maud la,
-, Rob.,

Kenilworth priory (Warws.),

Kennedy, T. F.,

Kensley, see Dean Forest

Kent, duke of, see Grey, Hen.

Kent, earl of, see Grey, Ant.

Kent, see Deptford; Dover; Eltham; Hatcham Barnes

Kentchurch (Herefs.),

Ketifort, Wal. of, n

Kidley, Edw.,

Kidnalls, see Dean Forest

Kidwelly (Carms.),

Killican, Sam., see Blackwell

Kingscote:
-, Chris.,
-, Wm. (d. 1524),
-, Wm. (d. 1540),
-, Wm. (s. of last),

Kingscote,

Kingston:
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1556),
-, Ant. (d. 1591),
-, Edm. (fl. 1565),
-, Edm. (d. 1623),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1540),
-, Wm. (d. 1614),
-, Wm. (fl. 1648),
-, fam.,

Kingswood (Wilts., later Glos.),

Kinnersley:
-, Hugh of (fl. 1225),
-, Hugh of (fl. 1277, another),
-, John of,

Kinnersley (Herefs.),

Kirke, Rob.,

Knight:
-, Ernest,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Knights Hill, see Dean Forest

Kyrle:
-, Sir John,
-, Rob.,

Lacock (Wilts.),

Lacy:
-, Amice,
-, Fulk de,
-, Hugh de,
-, Wal.,

Lamb:
-, Edw.,
-, Francis,

Lamphey Ct. (Pemb.),

Lancashire:
-, iron and ore from,
-, and see Lancaster, Liverpool; Manchester

Lancaster:
-, Blanche, m. John of Gaunt,
-, Hen. of (d. 1345), earl of Lancaster,
-, Hen. of (d. 1361), earl, later duke, of Lancaster,
-, Maud, dau. of Hen., duke of Lancaster,
-, Maud, see Chaworth

Lancaster:
-, duchy of, and see Duchy of Lancaster hundred
-, dukes of, see Gaunt, John of; Lancaster, Hen. of (d. 1361)
-, earls of, see Lancaster, Hen. of (d. 1345) and Hen. of (d. 1361)

Lancaster,

Lancaut,

land societies,

Lane:
-, Amy,
-, Wm.,

Lanes brook,

Langley:
-, Geof. of,
-, Margery, w. of Geof., ? later of Ric. of Carrant,

Lasborough:
-, Agatha, m. Hen. of Dean,
-, Hen. of, see Dean
-, Wm. of,

Lascelles (Lassells):
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Marg.,

Latham, A. W.,

Latimer, Lds., and see Neville, Geo., John (d. 1543), John (d. 1577), and Ric.

Latter Day Saints,

Lavington, Market (Wilts.),

Lawes, John,

Lawrence:
-, Ann, m. Thos. Baron,
-, Barrow,
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Powlett,
-, Ric.,

Lawton, Jas., vicar of Holy Trin., Harrow Hill,

Lea (Glos. and Herefs.),
-, boundaries,
-, Lea Line,

Lea Bailey tithing (in Newland),
-, boundaries,
-, settlement,
-, and see Cinderford

Lea Bailey woods, see Dean Forest

Leah, Wm.,

lecturership, see Newland

Ledbury (Herefs.),

Lee, Jas.,

Leese, V. F.,

Leicestershire, see Burstall; Loughborough

Leigh,

Leigh upon Mendip (Som.),

Leighterton,

Leslie, Alex., earl of Leven,

Lewis:
-, Eleanor,
-, Jas.,

Liddington fam.,

lime burning,

Limesi, Ralph de,

Lindhurst (later Lindors), see St. Briavels

Lire abbey (Eure),

Lisle:
-, Joan,
-, John of,

Lister:
-, R. A., & Co.,
-, Thos.,

Little:
-, Wal.,
-, fam.,

Littledean,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, assarts in,
-, boundaries,
-, Callamore,
-, cast.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, ch. ho.,
-, Civil War incidents,
-, clubs and societies,
-, ct.,
-, cross,
-, curates, and see Parsons, Jas.
-, Dean Hall, n, Plate
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, Haywards (or the Court Ho.),
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, mkt. and fairs, n
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prison (ho. of correction),
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, tithes,
-, trades,
-, wkho.,

Littledean Hill, see Cinderford

Liverpool,

Llanarth (Mon.),

Llandaff:
-, archdeacon of,
-, bishops of,
-, chancellor of,

Llandogo (Mon.),
-, Whitebrook,

Llanelli (Carms.),

Llanthony priory (Llanthony Prima)(Mon.),

Llanthony priory (Llanthony Secunda), Gloucester,
-, churches and rectories held by,
-, manors and estates,

Llanvihangel (Glam.),

Llanwarne (Herefs.),

Lloyd:
-, Edgar,
-, Edith,
-, Francis Montagu,
-, Hannah,
-, Hen.,
-, Jos. (d. 1761),
-, Jos. (fl. 1780, 1816),
-, Jos. (d. 1842, s. of last),
-, Leslie Skipp,
-, Nat.,
-, Penelope, see Skipp
-, Thos.,

Lockett, Wm., curate of Littledean,

Loder, Thos.,

Lodge, John,

Lodgegrove (or Bishop's) brook,

Lodges Fm., see Redbrook: Lower Redbrook Fm.

Lollards,

London, John of, rector of Newland,

London,
-, bellfounders,
-, fish trade,
-, merchants,
-, named as an address,
-, tradesmen,

Long, John,

Longdon, John, curate of Flaxley,

Longespée, Wm., earl of Salisbury, n

Longhope,
-, vicars,

Longhope brook,

Loquier, Giles,

Loquiers fm. (in Newland and Dean Forest),

Loughborough (Leics.), bell foundry at,

Lovell, Wm.,

Lucas:
-, F. L.,
-, Helen,

Lugg, Jasper,

Luxembourg, Jacquette de, m. 1 John, duke of Bedford, 2 Ric. Woodville,

Lyd brook, see Greathough brook

Lydbrook (in Dean Forest, Eng. Bicknor, Ruardean, and Newland),
-, ch.,
-, civil par.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, dom. archit.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, mkt.,
-, mills and ironworks,
-, nonconf.,
-, public services,
-, rlys. and tramroad, Plate
-, river trade,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,

Lydney, Pain of,

Lydney,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, Allaston,
-, Allaston Meend,
-, man.,
-, settlement,
-, almsho.,
-, Archer's Hall (or Rodleys),
-, Aylburton, q.v.
-, boundaries,
-, canal,
-, cast.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, ch., ho.,
-, cinema,
-, Civil War incidents,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons, and see Aylburton: Aylburton common; Lydney: Allaston: Allaston Meend; Purton: Purlieu
-, ct.,
-, cross,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, harbour, Plates
-, Holms, the,
-, hosp.,
-, housing estates,
-, Hurst,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, land reclaimed in,
-, Lydney est.,
-, Lydney Institute,
-, Lydney Pk. ho., Plate
-, Lydney Pill,
-, man.,
-, Lydney Shrewsbury,
-, Lydney Warwick,
-, man. ho., and see Lydney: Lydney Pk. ho. and White Cross
-, mkt. and fairs,
-, mkt. ho.,
-, mills and ironworks,
-, Lower forge (later tinplate works),
-, named as an address,
-, Nass, q.v.
-, New Grounds,
-, Newerne,
-, inns,
-, settlement,
-, newspapers,
-, nonconf.,
-, Norchard,
-, Overstreet,
-, par. council,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, Primrose Hill,
-, public services,
-, Purton, q.v.
-, rlys. and tramroad,
-, rectory,
-, river trade,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, Roman temple,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, Soilwell (or Sully),
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, tithings,
-, town hall,
-, trades,
-, Tucknall man.,
-, Tutnalls,
-, White Cross,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Fox, Hopewell; Sterry, Ant.
-, woodland,

Lydney, Little, see St. Briavels

Lydney highway district,

Lydney hundred,

Lydney rural district,
-, housing estates,
-, isolation hosp.,
-, public services by,

Lypiatt, see Awre

Lysaght:
-, D. R.,
-, W. R.,

Maberly, A. W.,

Macer-Wright:
-, David,
-, D. M.,

Machen:
-, Chas.,
-, Edw. (fl. 1616, 1633),
-, Edw. (d. 1708),
-, Edw. (d. 1740),
-, Edw. (d. 1862), see Davies
-, Edw., rector of Mitcheldean and later of Staunton,
-, Edw. Tomkins, see Tomkins
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Tomkins,
-, Hannah,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas. (d. 1832), see Davies
-, Jas. (fl. 1958),
-, Joan, m. - Agutter,
-, John,
-, Lucy (d. 1855),
-, Lucy (d. 1932),
-, Martha, see Wyrall
-, Mary,
-, Ric. (d. 1673),
-, Ric. (d. 1735),
-, Sophia,
-, fam.,

Maclver, Mary,

Mackenzie, John,

Maclean, Sir John,

Macpherson, John,

Maddox:
-, Geo.,
-, Marg., see Brain

Madeley (Salop.),

Mailscot wood, see Dean Forest

Malemort:
-, John de (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, John de (fl. 1278, ? another),
-, John (fl. c. 1300),
-, Osbert, n
-, Ric.,
-, Wm., see Gainer

Mallet, Thos., rector of Staunton,

Maintenance of the Faith, Society for,

Malpas, Jos., vicar of Awre,

Malvern, Little (Worcs.), priory,

Manchester,

Manning, Wm.,

Manston, Thos. of,

Mantle:
-, Mary, see Donning
-, Ric., rector of Eng. Bicknor and curate of Blakeney,
-, Thos.,

March, Wm. of, bp. of Bath and Wells,

Marcle, Much (Herefs.),
-, Bickerton,

markets, see Alvington; Bicknor, English; Cinderford; Coleford; Littledean; Lydbrook; Lydney; Mitcheldean; Newland; St. Briavels

Marling:
-, Perceval,
-, Wal. Bentley,
-, Sir Wm.,

Marshal (Marshall):
-, Anselm,
-, Gilb., earl of Pembroke,
-, Isabel,
-, Maud, w. of Anselm, m. 2 Rog. de Quincy,
-, Ric., earl of Pembroke,
-, Thos. (fl. 1687),
-, Thos. (fl. before 1688, another),
-, Wal., earl of Pembroke,
-, Wm. (d. 1219), earl of Pembroke,
-, Wm. (d. 1231), earl of Pembroke,
-, Wm., vicar of Awre,
-, Wm.,

Marstow, see Ruardean

Mason:
-, Benj.,
-, John,
-, Rachel, see Jones

Massey, Edw.,

Matthews:
-, Ann,
-, John (d. 1639),
-, John (d. 1808),
-, T. T., n

Mathias:
-, Chas.,
-, J.,

Maud, Empress,

Maurice, Prince,

May:
-, John, rector of Eng. Bicknor,
-, Wal., rector of Eng. Bicknor,

Maynard, Banastre,

McBride, A. J.,

McCall, Rob.,

McCalmont, H. L. B.,

Mears:
-, G., & Co.,
-, Thos.,

Mears & Stainbank,

meends, waste or common land called,

Mercia, king of, see Burgred

Meredith:
-, Rob.,
-, S. C.,

Meredith & Drew,

Merrin, the, see Mitcheldean

Merthyr Tydfil (Glam.),
-, Dowlais,

Messel, Oliver,

Methodists:
-, Primitive,
-, United,
-, Wesleyan,

Middlesex, see Hackney

Middleton, John,

Midhurst (Suss.),

Midland Railway,

Midwey, Ric. de,

Miles, E. W.,

Milkwall, see Dean Forest

Mill, Ric. atte,

Millend, see Aylburton; Blakeney; Newland

Miller Bros.,

mills, see Abenhall; Alvington; Awre; Bicknor, English; Bishopswood; Blakeney; Brockweir; clothmaking; fulling mills; Coleford; Dean Forest; Flaxley; Littledean; Lydbrook; Lydney; Mitcheldean; Newland; paper mills; Purton; Redbrook; St. Briavels; Soudley; windmills

mining
-, coal, Plates
-, free miners, Plates,
-, miner's brass, Plates
-, iron ore,
-, ochre and oxide,
-, opencast,

Minsterworth,

Mirystock, see Dean Forest

Mitcheldean,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, assarts in,
-, bailiwick, see Dean Forest
-, Blackwell meadows,
-, boundaries,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch., Plate
-, ch. ho.,
-, Civil War incidents,
-, clubs and societies,
-, ct.,
-, crosses,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, housing estates,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man., n,
-, man. ho.,
-, mkt. and fairs,
-, mkt. ho. (or town hall),
-, Merrin, the,
-, mills,
-, named as an address,
-, nonconf.,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, public services,
-, rectors, and see Budge, Wm.; Hall, Ric.; White, John
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, Stenders hill,
-, streets,
-, town hall, see Mitcheldean: mkt. ho.
-, trades,
-, Wilderness, the,
-, ho. and est.,
-, woodland,
-, wkho.,

Mitcheldean Meend, see Dean Forest

Mitcheldean Road and Forest of Dean Junction rly.,

moated sites,

Mocking Hazel wood, see Dean Forest

Mone, John,

Monger, John,

Monmouth:
-, Baderon of,
-, Chris.,
-, John of (d. 1248),
-, John of (d. c. 1256),
-, John of (fl. 1342),

Monmouth,
-, char.,
-, coaches,
-, ironmasters,
-, lordship of,
-, mkt.,
-, named as an address,
-, nonconf.,
-, priory,
-, rlys. to,
-, roads to,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, shipbuilders and timber merchants,
-, trade,
-, tramroad,
-, vicar,

Monmouth poor-law union,

Monmouthshire,
-, county council,
-, and see Bicknor, Welsh; Caerleon; Chepstow; Dixton Newton; Grace Dieu abbey; Grosmont; Llanarth; Llandogo; Newport; Pennalt; Pontypool; Raglan; Tintern; Trelleck

Montague:
-, John de, earl of Salisbury,
-, Wm.,

Montfort, Simon de,

Moorwood (in Dean Forest and Ruardean),

Moore (Mora, More):
-, Bart. de,
-, Eliz.,
-, Geo.,
-, Ric. de la,
-, Thos., rector of Mitcheldean,

Moreton (Morton):
-, Mat. Ducie, Ld. Ducie,
-, fam.,

Morgan:
-, A. J.,
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Nat.,
-, Probert,
-, Ric. (d. 1717),
-, Ric. (fl. early 19th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl. 1466),
-, Thos. a (d. 1534),
-, Thos. (d. 1568),
-, Thos. (fl. 1574),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1613, another),
-, Thos. (d. 1664),
-, Thos. (fl. 1689),
-, Thos. (d. 1704, another),
-, Thos. (fl. 1804),
-, Thos. (fl. 1840),
-, Thos. (fl. 1909),
-, Tom,
-, and see Chapman; Nash

Morganwy (fl. 1066),

Mork, see St. Briavels

Mork brook,

Morris:
-, Chas.,
-, Rob.,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos.,

Morse:
-, (later Bayliss), Ann,
-, Chas.,
-, Edw.,
-, Geo.,
-, Hugh,
-, Jackman, vicar of Awre,
-, John (d. 1596),
-, John (nephew of last),
-, John (fl. 1808, 1837),
-, John (fl. 1850s, another),
-, Ric. (fl. 1583),
-, Ric. (fl. 1830s),
-, Sophia,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Morse, the, see Ruardean

Morse grounds, see Drybrook

Mortimer:
-, Edm.,
-, Marg., w. of Edm., n
-, Marg., m. Thos. of Berkeley,
-, Maud, see Breuse
-, Rog. (d. 1282),
-, Rog. (fl. 1320),

Morton, see Moreton

Moseley Green, see Dean Forest

Mountjoy:
-, Jos.,
-, Tim.,

Mucegros:
-, Cecily, see Avenel
-, Hawise, m. John de Ferrers, and later John de Bures,
-, John de,
-, Rob. de (fl. 1236),
-, Rob. de (d. 1280),

Mudway, John,

Mullins, Alf.,

Mundeville:
-, Niel de,
-, Phil. de,
-, Ralph de,
-, Ric. de,

Mushet:
-, David,
-, David (s. of last),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Mynde Pk. (in Much Dewchurch, Herefs.),

Mynne, Geo.,

Mynors:
-, John de,
-, Wm. de,

Nailbridge, see Dean Forest

nailmaking,

Nash & Morgan,

Nass:
-, John of,
-, Wal. of,

Nass (in Lydney),
-, agric.,
-, castle (possible),
-, fisheries,
-, man.,
-, Nass Ho. and est., Plate
-, settlement,

navy:
-, frigates built for,
-, timber for, see timber

Nelson, Horatio,

Neville (Nevill):
-, Ankaret, see Talbot
-, Anne, see Beauchamp
-, Cath., see Parr
-, Cath., m. 1 Hen. Percy, 2 Francis Fitton,
-, Eliz., see Beauchamp
-, Geo., Ld. Latimer,
-, Hugh de,
-, John (d. 1543), Ld. Latimer,
-, John (d. 1577), Ld. Latimer,
-, Ric., earl of Warw.,
-, Ric., Ld. Latimer,
-, Thos. (d. 1407),
-, Thos. (fl. 1714),
-, Wm. de,

New Forest (Hants),

New Zealand:
-, emigration to,
-, Franz Joseph glacier,
-, governor general of,

New Weir, see Symonds Yat

Newcastle-upon-Tyne,

Newcomen, Thos.,

Newel, Thos.,

Newent,
-, Gorsley,
-, Kilcot wood,

Newerne, see Lydney

Newerne stream, see Cannop brook

Newfoundland, bp. of, see Feild, Edw.

Newland, John of,

Newland, Plate
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, Ashridge, q.v.
-, assarts in,
-, boundaries,
-, detached parts,
-, Bream, q.v.
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, Cherry Orchard fm., see Ashridge
-, ch., Plate
-, Churchend, old name of Newland village,
-, Clearwell, q.v.
-, ct.,
-, crosses,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Ellwood, q.v.
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, Glydden, the, see Dean Forest
-, greens,
-, Highmeadow, q.v.
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Lea Bailey tithing, q.v.
-, lecturers,
-, Loquiers fm., q.v.
-, man.,
-, mkt.,
-, Millend,
-, mills,
-, named as an address,
-, Newland Ho.,
-, Newland oak,
-, nonconf.,
-, Oakwood, q.v.
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, Redbrook, q.v.
-, roads,
-, Scatterford Fm.,
-, sch.,
-, Bell's Grammar sch. (later at Coleford),
-, settlement,
-, Stowe, q.v.
-, Tanhouse Fm.,
-, tithes,
-, tithings,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Harris, Sam.; Hughes, Wm.; Probyn, John; Procter, Payler Mat.
-, Welinton, old name of Newland,
-, Whitemead pk.,
-, woodland,
-, wkho.,
-, Wyegate Green,
-, Wyegate man.,
-, Wyeseal,
-, Yorkley, q.v.
-, and see Drybrook; Lydbrook

Newnham,
-, Ayleford, q.v.
-, Blythes Ct.,
-, Bullo Pill,
-, ch.,
-, ferry,
-, Hayhill,
-, in Forest of Dean,
-, man.,
-, named as an address,
-, nonconf.,
-, rlys.,
-, river trade,
-, roads to,
-, Ruddle,
-, solicitors (or attorneys),
-, Stears,
-, vicarage,

Newport (Mon.),

newspapers, see Cinderford; Coleford; Lydney

Niblett, Francis,

Nibley, see Blakeney

Nicholson:
-, Sir Chas.,
-, Thos.,

Nicholls, H. G., curate of Holy Trin., Harrow Hill,

Niel son of Arthur,

Noble, F. J.,

Noel:
-, Edw. And.,
-, Wm. Middleton,

nonconformity, protestant, see Assemblies of God; Baptists; Bible Christians; Christadelphians; Christian Scientists; Christian Spiritualists; Congregationalists; Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion; Elim Pentecostal Ch.; Independents; Jehovah's Witnesses; Latter Day Saints; Methodists; Pentecostalists; Presbyterians; Quakers; United Reformed Ch.

Norchard, see Lydney

Norfolk,

Norman, Wm. s. of, see William

North:
-, Anne, see Gonning
-, Sir Dudley,

North West Gloucestershire water board,

Northaw (Herts.),

Northington, see Awre

Northumberland, earl of, see Percy, Hen.

Northumberland, see Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Northwood, see Westbury-on-Severn

Northwood green, see Dean Forest

Noxon, see Clearwell

Nursehill, see Purton

Oakengates (Salop.),

Oaklands Park, see Awre

Oakwood (in Newland and Dean Forest),

Oakwood brook,

Oatfield Farm, see Awre

ochre, see mining

Ockall, Hen.,

Offa's Dyke,

Oldcroft, see Dean Forest

Ollney, John Harvey,

Olveston,

Osborne, Thos., earl of Danby,

Oswald:
-, Lettice, see Jones
-, Ric.,

Over, see Almondsbury

Overstreet, see Lydney

Owen:
-, G. W.,
-, Ralph,

Oxenhall,

Oxford,

Oxford University,
-, Lincoln Coll.,
-, Queen's Coll., John Michel's foundation in,
-, University Coll.,

Oxfordshire, see Haseley, Great; Stanton Harcourt

oxide, see mining

packaging and boxes, manufacture of,

Packer:
-, Thos. (fl. 1470s),
-, Thos. (fl. 1821),

Pailwell brook, see Park brook

paint, manufacture of,

Palin:
-, Edith,
-, P. N.,

Palmer:
-, Barbara, see Villiers
-, Chas.,
-, Sir Fred.,
-, Sir John,
-, Julia,
-, Lilian,
-, Rog., earl of Castlemaine,
-, Mr. (fl. 1812),

paper mills,

Park (or Pailwell or Stockwell) brook,

Parkend (in Dean Forest),
-, ch. (St. Paul's), Plate
-, curates, see Ebsworth, J. J.; Poole, Hen.
-, par.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, ind.,
-, ironworks,
-, inns,
-, nonconf.,
-, rlys. and tramroad,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,

Parker:
-, Dennis,
-, Eleanor,
-, Eliz.,
-, John,
-, Jonathan,
-, Marg.,
-, Mary,
-, Wm.,

parks, see Alvington; Clearwell; Clearwell: Noxon; Flaxley; Littledean; Lydney; Mitcheldean; Newland: Whitemead; St. Briavels

Parlour, Wm.,

Parnall, Rob.,

Parr, Cath., m. John Neville, Hen. VIII, n,

Parry, John,

Parsons:
-, James, curate of Littledean,
-, John,

Partridge:
-, Hugh,
-, Jas.,
-, John (d. 1791),
-, John (d. 1810),
-, John (fl. 1819, 1874),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Allaway

Pastor's Hill, see Bream

Paul:
-, Sir Geo. Onesiphorus,
-, John,

Pauncefoot:
-, Emery,
-, Grimbald,
-, Sibyl,

Pavy, Thos.,

Payne:
-, Edwin R.,
-, G. E.,

Paynell, Wm.,

Peak, see Clearwell

Pearce:
-, Ann,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Pearson, Geo.,

Peel:
-, Lawr.,
-, Wm. Hen.,

Peers, Ric., see Symons

Pekks, Wal., see Giffard

Pembroke, earls of, and see Herbert, Hen., Phil., Wm. (d. 1469), Wm. (d. 1570), and Wm. (d. 1630); Marshal, Gilb., Ric., Wal., Wm. (d. 1219), and Wm. (d. 1231); Valence, Aymer de and Wm. de

Pembrokeshire, see Lamphey Ct.

Penallt (Mon.),

Penberthy:
-, Eleanor, w. of John,
-, Eleanor, m. E. W. Jacques,
-, John,

Penfold, Wm., curate of Ruardean,

Pengry, John,

Pennington, John,

Pentecostalists,

Penyard pk., see Weston under Penyard

Pepys, Sam.,

Percy:
-, Cath., see Neville
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland,

Perkins:
-, Eliz., see Catchmay
-, Ric.,

Pershore abbey (Worcs.),

Petre, Sir Wm.,

Phillips (Philips):
-, Eleanor,
-, Eliz., see Bradley
-, Griffantius,
-, John Augustus,
-, John Burton,
-, John Capel,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos. Adams,

Phillott, see Prothero and Phillott

Pidcock fam., n,

Pillowell, see Dean Forest

Pinfold, Thos.,

pinmaking,

Pitt (Pytt):
-, John,
-, Rowland (d. 1755),
-, Rowland (s. of last),

Platwell, see Clearwell

Player, John,

Plucknett, Alan,

Pludds, the, see Dean Forest

Plummer's (formerly Woodfield) brook,

Plump Hill, see Dean Forest

Plymouth,

Plymouth Brethren,

plywood works,

Pomfrey:
-, Geo., curate of Littledean,
-, Ric.,

Pontypool (Mon.),

Poole:
-, Hen., curate of Coleford, Bream, and St. Paul's, Parkend,
-, Ric.,

Poolway, see Coleford

Pope, Mary,

Pope's Hill, see Dean Forest

Porter:
-, Alex. Smith,
-, Arthur (d. 1558 or 1559),
-, Arthur (fl. 1599),
-, Sir Thos.,

Potter:
-, Dennis,
-, Edw., rector of Abenhall,

potteries,

Potts, Lawr., lecturer of Newland,

Poulton, see Awre: Hagloe

Powell:
-, John (fl. 1800),
-, John (fl. 1860s),
-, Thos.,
-, Thos. Symonds,

Powis, Rog. of,

Powlett, Wm.,

Poyntz, Rob.,

Prain, David,

prehistoric remains,

Presbyterians,

Prestbury:
-, Eliz., see Trippett
-, Eliz., m. - Hooper,
-, Joanna, m. - Cadogan,
-, Perry, m. - Allen, ? 2 - Terrett,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Price, Wm.,

Pride, Wm.,

Primrose Hill, see Lydney

Pringle, A.D., vicar of Blakeney,

Prior's Mesne, see Aylburton

prisons, see Littledean; St. Briavels castle

Pritchard:
-, Mary, see Bridgeman
-, Wm.,

Probert:
-, Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, Joan, see Warren
-, Wm.,

Probyn:
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1742),
-, Edm. (fl. 1773),
-, Edm. (d. 1819, another),
-, Edm. (d. 1837), rector of Abenhall,
-, Edm. (d. 1890), Plate
-, Frances,
-, (formerly Hopkins), John,
-, John (d. 1843), rector of Abenhall and vicar of Newland,
-, John (d. 1863),
-, Sophia,
-, Susan, m. - Dighton,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., n,

Procter, Payler Mat., vicar of Newland,

Prosser:
-, Frances, see Bond
-, John,

Prothero and Phillott,

Protheroe:
-, Edw.,
-, John,

Pryce-Jenkin, Ric.,

Pulesdon:
-, Alex. of,
-, John of,
-, Nic. of,

Pullminton, see Awre

Purdue:
-, Ric.,
-, Rog.,

Purlieu, the, see Purton

Purnell:
-, John,
-, Rob.,

Purton (in Lydney),
-, agric.,
-, chant.,
-, ferry (or passage),
-, fisheries,
-, Gurshill,
-, inn,
-, man., n,
-, mill,
-, Nursehill,
-, Purlieu, the,
-, Purton Manor,
-, rlys.,
-, Severn railway bridge, Plate
-, river trade,
-, roads,
-, settlement,
-, Warren,
-, Wellhouse,

Pury, Thos.,

Pyrke:
-, Anne,
-, Charlotte,
-, Dorothy,
-, Duncombe (d. 1893), Plate
-, Duncombe (s. of last),
-, Eliz.,
-, Emily,
-, (formerly Watts), Jos. (d. 1803),
-, Jos. (d. 1851),
-, Mary, see Colchester
-, Nat.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (d. 1702),
-, Thos. (d. 1752),
-, fam.,

Pytt, see Pitt

Quakers,

Quarr, John, vicar of Newland,

quarrying and stoneworking, Plates
-, cider mill making,
-, grindstones and millstones,
-, hearthstones,
-, paving stones,
-, stoneworks,

Quick fam.,

Quin, see Wyndham Quin

Quincy:
-, Maud de, see Marshal
-, Rog. de, earl of Winchester,

Raglan (Mon.),

Raikes, Mr. (fl. 1740),

railway wagons, manufacture of,

railways, and see Bullo Pill tramroad (later Forest of Dean rly.); Coleford rly.; Forest of Dean Central rly.; Great Western; Midland; Mitcheldean Road and Forest of Dean Junction rly.; Severn & Wye rly; South Wales rly.; Wye Valley rly.

Ralph, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Ralph son of Ralph,

Rank Xerox (formerly British Acoustic Films) Ltd.,

Raymond, Thos., see Symons

Rea, Wm.,

Red brook:
-, lower (or Valley brook or Thurstan's brook),
-, upper,

Redbrook, Upper and Lower (in Newland), Plate
-, Ashridge Slade,
-, 'Brocote', q.v.
-, chap.,
-, ferry,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Lower Redbrook (later Lodges) Fm.,
-, mills and ironworks,
-, named as an address,
-, Newland Valley est.,
-, nonconf.,
-, rlys. and tramroad,
-, river trade,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, trades,
-, Upper Redbrook Fm. (later Valley Ho.),
-, Wye's Green,

Redinhorne (in Dean Forest and Eng. Bicknor),

Reid, Mayne,

Reynold, vicar of Lydney,

Reynold, Wm. s. of, see William

Reynolds, Ric.,

Rhodes, W. F.,

Richard I,

Richard son of Joce,

Richards:
-, Sarah,
-, Thos.,

Ridler, Wal., curate of Littledean,

Ridout, Geo., lecturer and vicar of Newland,

Rigg:
-, Cath.,
-, Joan, m. 1 Rob. Greyndour, 2 John Barre,
-, Thos.,

riots,

Rivaux, Peter des,

river trade, see Awre; Awre: Gatcombe; Aylburton; Bicknor, English; Brockweir; Purton; Lydbrook; Lydney; Redbrook; Ruardean; Severn; Wye

Rivers:
-, Earl, see Woodville, Ant.
-, Ld., see Woodville, Ric.

Robartes, see Roberts

Robert son of Hugh,

Roberts (Robartes):
-, Jas.,
-, Marg.,
-, Nic.,
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Ric., rector of Mitcheldean,
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,

Robinson:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Phil.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Coventry

Rock, Augustine,

Rodley, see Westbury-on-Severn

Rodleys, see Lydney: Archer's Hall

Rodmarton,

Rodmore, see St. Briavels

Roger son of Ralph,

Rogers:
-, G. N.,
-, Jas.,
-, Mrs. (fl. 1890),

Roles, see Rowles

Rolf, Thurstan s. of, see Thurstan

Roman Catholics,

Roman remains,

Rooke:
-, Geo.,
-, Geo. Douglas Willoughby,
-, Hannah, m. Geo. Worrall,
-, Jas. (d. 1773),
-, Jas. (d. 1805),
-, Jas. (s. of last),
-, Jane, see Catchmay
-, Willoughby Sandilands,
-, fam.,

Roos, Ric., n

Roper:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Roscoe fam.,

Roshale, Vivian de,

Ross and Monmouth rly.,

Ross-on-Wye (Herefs.),
-, Cleeve,
-, named as an address,
-, nonconf.,
-, rlys. to,
-, roads,
-, Ross Foreign,

Ross poor-law union,

Rosser:
-, Chas.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah,

Rowe-Beddoe, David,

Rowles (Roles):
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Scudamore,
-, Jas.,
-, Wm.,

Rowley Mill and forge, see Alvington: mills and ironworks

Rowlinson, G. H.,

royal visits, see Dean Forest; Flaxley; St. Briavels

Ruardean, Plate
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, assarts in,
-, Bishopswood, q.v.
-, boundaries,
-, cast.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, ch. ho.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, ct.,
-, curacy (later vicarage and rectory),
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Drybrook, q.v.
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, ferries,
-, fishery,
-, greens,
-, Hathaways man.,
-, Hazle man., see Ruardean: Morse
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Lydbrook, q.v.
-, man.,
-, Marstow,
-, mills and ironworks,
-, Moorwood, q.v.
-, Morse, the,
-, Morse (or Hazle) man.,
-, nonconf.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, rectory ho.,
-, river trade,
-, rlys. and tramroads,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, tithes,
-, trades,
-, Varnister,
-, woodland,
-, wkho.,

Ruardean Hill, see Dean Forest

Ruardean Woodside, see Dean Forest

Ruddle, see Newnham

Rudge:
-, Hen. (fl. 1658),
-, Hen. (s. of last),
-, Nat.,

Rudhall:
-, Abraham,
-, Abraham, the younger (s. of last),
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Rupert, Prince,

Rushock (Worcs.),

Ruspidge (in Dean Forest),
-, Abbotswood ho.,
-, civil par.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, nonconf.,
-, settlement,

Russell:
-, A. J.,
-, Edw.,
-, Jas. (d. 1848),
-, Jas. (s. of last),
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,
-, and see Scott-Russell

Ruston, John,

Ryder:
-, Hen., bp. of Glouc.,
-, Rob.,
-, Sarah, see Wyrall
-, Wm.,

saddletree making,

St. Albans, earl of, see Burgh, Ric. de

St. Amand, Emery de,

St. Briavels, Plate
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, assarts in,
-, Aylesmore Ct. and est.,
-, Bearse common, see Dean Forest
-, Bearse Fm.,
-, boundaries,
-, Bigsweir,
-, bridge,
-, Bigsweir Ho. and est.,
-, weir,
-, cast., see below
-, chant.,
-, chap., and see St. Briavels: Mork; Stowe
-, char.,
-, bread and cheese dole,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, Coldharbour,
-, ct.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, Fence, the, see Dean Forest
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, Great Ho.,
-, greens,
-, Hathaways man., n,
-, Hudnalls, q.v,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Lindhurst (later Lindors),
-, Lower Meend,
-, Lydney, Little, old name of St. Briavels,
-, man.,
-, mkt. and fairs,
-, mills and ironworks,
-, Mocking Hazel wood, see Dean Forest
-, Mork,
-, chap.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, Rodmore,
-, mill and ironworks,
-, royal visits,
-, St. Briavels common, see Hudnalls
-, sch.,
-, serjeanties in,
-, settlement,
-, Stowe, q.v.
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, trades,
-, Willsbury,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicar, see Allen, W. T.
-, woodland,
-, wkho.,

St. Briavels castle, n; Plates
-, as admin. centre of Forest,
-, castle est.,
-, constable (and warden of the Forest of Dean),
-, deputy,
-, courts at,
-, lands held from,
-, prison,
-, rents to,

St. Briavels hundred,
-, ct.,
-, members of,

St. Davids, bp. of, see Carew, Ric. de

St. Florent abbey (Saumur),

St. Germans, earls of, see Eliot, John Craggs and Wm.

St. Weonards (Herefs.),

St. White's (or Ardland) (in Flaxley and Dean Forest),
-, grange,
-, hermitage,
-, sch.,

Salisbury, earl of, see Longespée, Wm.; Montague, John de

Salisbury cathedral (Wilts.),

salt:
-, salt pan,
-, trade in,

Salter, Geo.,

Salvation Army,

Sampson, John,

Sandfords brook, see Woodwards brook

Sandiford, Chas., vicar of Awre and curate of Blakeney,

Sandwich, Ralph of,

Sansom, Ephraim,

Sant, see David

Sanzen-Baker, Reg.,

Sapy, Rob. de,

Saul, see Fretherne and Saul

Saunders:
-, Marg.,
-, Rob.,

Savage:
-, Eleanor, see Barrow
-, Geo.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Sawle, Wm.,

Scatterford Fm., see Newland

Schweppes Ltd.,

Scotland:
-, iron from,
-, prisoners from,
-, wars in,

Scott:
-, E. J.,
-, Geo. Gilb.,

Scott-Russell fam.,

Scowles, see Coleford

scowles, old workings called, Plate

Scrymsher:
-, Carolina, see Throckmorton
-, Jas.,

Scudamore:
-, Eliz., see Rowles
-, Wm.,
-, Mr. (fl. late 17th cent.),
-, fam.,

Seabright, Thos.,

Searle, C. G.,

Sedbury, see Tidenham

Seddon, J. P.,

Segrave, Lord, see Berkeley, Wm. FitzHardinge

serjeanties, and see Dean Forest: forest admin. (serjeants-in-fee; woodwards); St. Briavels

Serridge, see Dean Forest

Seth-Smith, W. H.,

Severn, riv.,
-, coastal erosion,
-, ferries, see Purton
-, fisheries,
-, land reclaimed from,
-, sea walls and flood defences,
-, Commissioners of Sewers,
-, railway bridge, see Purton
-, trade,

Severn & Wye (formerly Lydney and Lydbrook, and later Severn & Wye and Severn Bridge) rly.,

Severn-Trent water board (later Severn-Trent Water),

Seymour:
-, Edw., duke of Somerset,
-, Goodith, see Brain
-, John,
-, Thos., Ld. Seymour,

Shapridge (in Dean Forest and Abenhall),

Sharpness, see Berkeley

Shaw:
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Peter,
-, Thos.,
-, W. O. N.,

sheephouses,

Sherborne, Ld., see Dutton, Jas.

Sherborne,

shipbuilding,

Shipton, John,

Shrewsbury, earls of, see Talbot, Francis and John

Shropshire:
-, coal trade,
-, industrialists,
-, and see Madeley; Oakengates

shovel making,

Siddons, Sarah,

sieve making,

silk-throwing,

Simmons (Simmonds), see Symons

Singleton, see Corbet-Singleton

Sisson, J. L., curate of Coleford,

'Skimmington', see Williams, John

Skinner, John,

Skipp:
-, Cath., m. Thos. Bate,
-, Frances,
-, Francis,
-, Geo. (d. 1783),
-, Geo. (d. 1804),
-, Geo. (d. 1837),
-, Geo. (fl. 1841),
-, Hannah,
-, Penelope, m. Jos. Lloyd,

Skynn fam.,

Slade brook,

Sled fam.,

Slimbridge,
-, Hurst,

Sling, see Dean Forest

Small, Benj.,

Smart, Thos.,

Smith:
-, Alf.,
-, Ann,
-, Augustus,
-, E. S., vicar of All Saints, Viney Hill,
-, H. J.,
-, H. W.,
-, Marg., see Jones
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1672),
-, Thos. (fl. early 19th cent.),
-, Wm. (fl. 1794),
-, Wm. (fl. 1906),

smith, Wm. the, see William

Smith Kline Beecham, see Beecham Foods Ltd.

Smythies, T. G., curate of St. John's, Cinderford,

Snaith, Ric.,

Snead, the, see Dean Forest

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge,

Soilwell, see Lydney

solicitors, see attorneys

Solomon (fl. 1086),

Somerset:
-, Sir Chas.,
-, Emme, see Brain
-, Edw., Ld. Herbert, later marquess of Worc.,
-, Hen. (d. 1549), earl of Worc.,
-, Hen. (d. 1700), Ld. Herbert, later marquess of Worc. and duke of Beaufort,
-, Hen. Chas., duke of Beaufort,
-, Mary,

Somerset, duke of, see Seymour, Edw.

Somerset, see Bridgwater; Dulcote; Glastonbury abbey

Somery, Marg.,

Soudley (in Dean Forest),
-, ch.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, mills and ironworks,
-, nonconf.,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,

Soudley (or Cinderford) brook,

Soule, John,

South Wales rly., n,

Southwark (Surr.),

Spanish Armada,

Speech House, see Dean Forest: forest admin.: lodges

Spenser, - (fl. 1497),

sports and sports clubs,

Spring, Francis,

Stafford, Edw., Ld. Stafford,

Staffordshire,
-, coal trade,
-, glassmasters,
-, iron ind.,
-, and see Chartley; Teane; Uttoxeter; Wolverhampton

Stainbank, see Mears

Stalling:
-, John of,
-, Ric. of,
-, Rob. of,

Stanley, King's,

Stanley, Leonard (Glos.),

Stanton, Rob.,

Stanton Harcourt (Oxon.),

Stantway, see Westbury-on-Severn

Staple Edge, see Dean Forest

Staunton (all or most alias Walding):
-, Florence,
-, Hen. of,
-, Joan, w. of Thos. (d. 1473), later of Hugh Amondesham,
-, John of (d. 1339),
-, John of (fl. 1361, 1420, ? more than one),
-, John (d. 1526),
-, Marg., ? m. Rob. Saunders,
-, Phil. of,
-, Ric. of (d. by 1265),
-, Ric. (fl. 1411),
-, Ric. (fl. 1443, ? another),
-, Thos. of (d. 1292),
-, Thos. of (d. 1361),
-, Thos. (d. 1473),
-, Thos. (d. 1528),

Staunton,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, Ashridge, q.v.
-, assarts in,
-, bailiwick, see Dean Forest
-, boundaries,
-, Buck stone, Plate
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, Cherry Orchard fm., see Ashridge
-, ch.,
-, common, see Staunton: Staunton Meend
-, ct.,
-, crosses,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, green,
-, Highmeadow, q.v.
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, nonconf.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, rectors, and see Harrison, Wm.; Hill, Thos.; Hughes, Wm.; Machen, Edw.
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, Staunton Meend,
-, trades,
-, woodland,

Steam Mills, see Dean Forest

Stears, Alex. of,

Stears, see Newnham

Steel fam.,

Stenders, see Dean Forest

Stenders hill, see Mitcheldean

Stephens, see Stevens

Sternhold, Thos.,

Sterry, Ant., rector of Abenhall and vicar of Lydney,

Stevens (Stephens):
-, Barbara,
-, Jas. (fl. 1684),
-, Jas. (fl. 1789),
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Stiff, Ric.,

Stirts, the, see Aylburton

Stockwell brook, see Park brook

Stoke Edith (Herefs.),

Stokes:
-, Jas.,
-, Sam.,

Stone, Thos.,

Stone, see Berkeley

stone, trade in,

stones, standing, and see Staunton: Buck stone

stoneworking, see quarrying

Storey, R. H.,

Storr-Barber, W. G.,

Stourbridge (Worcs.),

Stowe (in Newland and St. Briavels),
-, cast.,
-, green,
-, hermitage,
-, man.,
-, Stowe Grange,

Stowfield, see Bicknor, English

Street, John, vicar of Awre,

Striguil, see Chepstow

Stringer, Ric., rector of Mitcheldean,

Stroat, see Tidenham

Strode:
-, Mercy, m. Francis Wyndham,
-, fam.,

Stroud,

Sully, John of,

Sully, see Lydney: Soilwell

surgeons,

Surrey, see Southwark

Sussex, see Firle; Midhurst

Swayne, Wm.,

Swift:
-, John,
-, Hezekiah,
-, Thos.,

Syde, Wm. of, rector of Awre,

Sykes, Hen., Ltd.,

Symonds, see Symons

Symonds Yat (formerly New Weir) (in Goodrich and Whitchurch (both Herefs.) and Eng. Bicknor),
-, nonconf.,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, Symonds Yat rock,
-, weir,

Symons (Simmons, Simmonds, Symonds):
-, Aaron,
-, John (d. 1721),
-, John (d. 1763),
-, Penelope,
-, Peter, lecturer of Newland,
-, Ric.,
-, (formerly Peers), Sir Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (d. 1760),
-, (formerly Raymond), Thos.,
-, Thos. Geo.,
-, Thos. Hampton,
-, fam.,

Talbot:
-, Ankaret, dau. of Gilb.,
-, Ankaret, w. of Ric., m. 2 Thos. Neville,
-, Cath.,
-, Francis, earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Gilb. (d. 1346), Ld. Talbot,
-, Gilb. (d. 1387), Ld. Talbot,
-, Gilb. (d. 1418), Ld. Talbot,
-, John (d. 1453), earl of Shrewsbury,
-, John (d. 1473), earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Marg., see Beauchamp
-, Ric. (d. 1306),
-, Ric. (d. 1356), Ld. Talbot,
-, Ric. (fl. 1392), Ld. Talbot,
-, Sarah,
-, fam.,

Tanhouse Fm., see Newland

tankard making,

Tanner:
-, David, n,
-, Wm.,

tanneries,

Tarmac Ltd.,

Taverner, Rog., n,

Taylor:
-, Blanche,
-, Godfrey,
-, Hannah,
-, Hen., rector of Eng. Bicknor,
-, John (fl. 1636),
-, John (fl. 1808),
-, John, & Co.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, W. H., curate of Christ Ch., Berry Hill,

Taynton,

Teague:
-, Jas.,
-, Moses,
-, M. E.,
-, Thos.,

Teane (Staffs.),

Teesdale, Mary,

Terret (Terrett):
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1723),
-, Thos. (fl. 1771),

Terringham:
-, Cath.,
-, Edw.,
-, Francis,

Tewkesbury,

Thomas, duke of Glouc.,

Thomas ap Adam,

Thomas ap Gwilliam,

Thomas:
-, Arnold,
-, David,
-, David ap, see David
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Ambrose,
-, Jas.,
-, John Birkin,
-, John Trotter,
-, Ric., & Co. (later Ric. Thomas & Baldwin),
-, Ric. Beaumont,
-, Susannah, see Birkin
-, S. M.,
-, Thos., curate of Coleford,
-, and see Trotter

Thornbury:
-, Chas.,
-, Wm.,

Thorpe, Frank,

Throckmorton:
-, Alice, see Warren
-, Sir Baynham (d. 1664),
-, Sir Baynham (d. c. 1680),
-, Carolina, m. Jas. Skrymsher,
-, Cath., w. of Sir Baynham (d. c. 1680),
-, Cath., m. Thos. Wild, n
-, Cecily, see Baynham
-, Eliz.,
-, Mary,
-, Sir Nic.,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Thurstan son of Rolf,

Thurstan's brook, see Red brook: lower

Thynne:
-, Sir John,
-, Thos., Vct. Weymouth,

Tibberton,

Tidenham,
-, Beachley,
-, Sedbury, Sedbury Pk. est.,
-, Stroat,

Tidenham chase,

timber:
-, for naval shipbuilding,
-, timber merchants,
-, trade in,

Tingle:
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,

tinplate works, Plates

Tintern (Mon.),
-, abbey,
-, fishing weirs of,
-, manors and estates,

Tiptoft:
-, Eliz., see Greyndour
-, John, earl of Worc.,

Tirley,

Tockington,

Tomkins:
-, (later Tomkins Machen), Edw.,
-, Eliz., see Machen
-, Thos.,

Townley:
-, John,
-, Peregrine,

trades unions,

tramroads, and see Bullo Pill; Monmouth: tramroad; Severn & Wye

Trelleck (Mon.),

trencher and platter making,

Treswell, Rob.,

Trippett:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Prestbury,
-, John,
-, Marian,
-, Perry, m. Whetham Hill,
-, Ric. (d. 1561),
-, Ric. (d. 1627),
-, Ric. (fl. 1643),
-, Ric. (d. 1711),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Trotman, Edw.,

Trotter:
-, E. A.,
-, Isaiah,
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Trotter, Thomas, & Co.,

Trubshaw, John, rector of Staunton,

Tucknall, see Lydney

Turner:
-, E., & Sons,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos., vicar of Lydney,
-, Wm.,

Tutnalls, see Lydney

Tyler, Ric.,

Tyrer, Thos., curate of Flaxley,

Underhill, Mr. (fl. early 20th cent.),

United Reformed Ch.,

Upton Bishop (Herefs.),

Urry, Rob.,

Uttoxeter (Staffs.),

Valence:
-, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke,
-, Joan de,
-, Wm. de, earl of Pembroke,

Valley brook, see Red brook: lower

Vansittart, Nic.,

Varnister, see Ruardean

Vaughan:
-, Baynham,
-, Chas.,
-, E. R.,
-, Frances,
-, Francis,
-, Geo.,
-, Joan, see Baynham
-, John (d. 1619),
-, John (d. 1694),
-, John (fl. 1697, 1724),
-, John (fl. 1698, another),
-, John Francis,
-, Jos. (fl. 1577),
-, Jos. (d. 1972),
-, Patrick,
-, Ric.,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos. (d. by 1696),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1727),
-, fam.,

Vereker:
-, Adeline,
-, Chas.,

Verelst:
-, Josias,
-, Marg.,

Vernay:
-, Eleanor,
-, Rob. de,

Vernon, R. D.,

Villiers:
-, Barbara, w. of Sir Edw.,
-, Barbara (duchess of Cleveland), m. Rog. Palmer,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Wm., Vct. Grandison,
-, fam.,

Viney Hill, see Dean Forest

Virgo, Jesse,

Voyce, Geo.,

Wade:
-, John (fl. 1653, 1662),
-, John (d. 1819),
-, Thos.,

Wadley, Chas.,

Wainland, see Clearwell

Wait:
-, Mrs. E. B.,
-, John Wade (d. 1865),
-, John Wade (d. 1868),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wake:
-, Eliz., see Beauchamp
-, Thos.,

Wakering, Rob. of, rector of Newland,

Walding, see Staunton (family name)

Waleran, earl of Warw.,

Wales,
-, ironworks,
-, mines,
-, roads to,
-, tinplate works in,
-, trade with,
-, Steel Co. of,
-, wars in,

Waleys, Rob. le,

Walford, Hugh of,

Walford (Herefs.),
-, ch.,
-, vicars,

Walfric (fl. 12th cent.),

Wall, Thos.,

Waller: F. S.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, and see Fulljames and Waller

Waller & Son,

Waller, Son, and Wood,

Walmore common, see Dean Forest

Walmore man., see Westbury on Severn: Northwood

Walmsley, Horatio, vicar of St. Briavels,

Walrond, Rob.,

Walter:
-, Jane,
-, John,
-, Patience, see Hardwicke
-, Rob.,

Walton, John of,

Walwyn:
-, Alice, m. Thos. Baynham, Sir Wal. Dennis,
-, Ellen,
-, Isabel, see Hathaway
-, Ric. (fl. 1701),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. by 1445),
-, Wm. (d. 1471),

Ward, Jas.,

Warin, Wm. s. of, see William

Warneford, S. W.,

Warner, John, & Sons,

Warre, Ld. La, see West, Reynold

Warren, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Warren:
-, Joan, m. Geo. Probert, later Wm. Carpenter,
-, John,
-, Hen.,
-, Marg., m. - James,
-, Marian,
-, Mary, m. Geo. Gough,
-, Thos. (fl. 1282),
-, Thos. (fl. 1350),
-, Wal. (or Wm., fl. 1285),
-, Wal. (fl. 1346),
-, Wm. (d. 1348),
-, Wm. (d. 1419),
-, Wm. (d. 1573),

Warren, see Purton

Warwick:
-, duke of, see Beauchamp, Hen.
-, earls of, and see Beauchamp, Ric., Thos. (d. 1369), and Thos. (d. 1401); Dudley, John; Edward; George; Henry; Neville, Ric.; Waleran; William

Warwickshire, see Kenilworth priory

Waterton, Hugh,

Watkins:
-, Fred,
-, F. B.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Watts:
-, A. M. R.,
-, Arthur,
-, John,
-, Jos., see Pyrke

Watts of Lydney Ltd.,

Webb:
-, Benedict,
-, Sir Hen.,

Welinton, see Newland

Wellesley, Arthur, duke of Wellington,

Wellhouse, see Purton

Wells, archdeacon of,

Wemyss, Maynard Willoughby, see Colchester-Wemyss

Weobley (Herefs.),

Wesley, John,

West:
-, Eliz., see Greyndour
-, Reynold, Ld. La Warre,

West Gloucestershire Power Co.,

Westbury brook,

Westbury-on-Severn,
-, Blackmore's Hale, q.v.
-, boundaries,
-, Broadoak,
-, Chaxhill,
-, ch.,
-, Elton,
-, Northwood,
-, Walmore man.,
-, Northwood green, see Dean Forest
-, Rodley,
-, Stantway,
-, Walmore common, see Dean Forest

Westbury-on-Severn poor-law union,

Westbury hundred,

Weston under Penyard (Herefs.),
-, Ariconium,
-, nonconf.,
-, Penyard pk.,

Westonbirt,

Wetherell:
-, Anne,
-, Thos., curate (later vicar) of Flaxley,

Weymouth, Vct., see Thynne, Thos.

Wheatley, J.,

Wheatstone:
-, Ric. (fl. 1698),
-, Ric. (fl. 1759),
-, fam.,

Wheeldon, Wm.,

Wheeler:
-, Gilb.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Whippington, see Bicknor, English

Whippington brook,

Whitchurch (Herefs.):
-, Doward,
-, Symonds Yat, q.v.

White:
-, Dan.,
-, E. F.,
-, Jas.,
-, John, rector of Mitcheldean and curate of Littledean,
-, Mat.,
-, Ric. (fl. 1614),
-, Ric. (fl. 1805),
-, Ric. (fl. 1830, another),
-, Ric. (fl. 1856, ? same as last),
-, Steph. Adolphus,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

White Cross, see Lydney

Whitebrook, see Llandogo

Whitecliff (in Coleford),
-, Plate
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,

Whitecroft, see Dean Forest

Whitefield, Geo.,

Whitehouse:
-, Benj.,
-, Edwin.,
-, Hen.,
-, W.,

Whitemead pk., see Newland

Whiting, Jas., vicar of Awre,

Whitson:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Whittington:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wickstead, Fred.,

Wightwick, Thos.,

Wigpool, see Dean Forest

Wihanoc, lord of Monmouth,

Wild:
-, Cath., see Throckmorton
-, Thos., n

Wilderness, the, see Mitcheldean

Wildman, John,

Wilkinson, Nat.,

William I,

William III,

William (d. 1184), earl of Warw.,

William, a priest (fl. 12th cent.),

William, rector of Woolaston,

William son of Baderon,

William son of Norman,
-, Hugh s. of, see Hugh

William son of Reynold,

William son of Warin,

William the smith,

Williams:
-, C. R., vicar of All Saints, Viney Hill,
-, Eliz.,
-, Geo.,
-, John (fl. 1576), vicar of Awre,
-, John (fl. 1609),
-, John (fl. 1631, alias 'Skimmington'),
-, John (fl. 1674),
-, John (fl. 1750),
-, Ric. (fl. 1483),
-, Ric. (fl. late 18th cent.),
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,
-, Mrs.,

Willington:
-, John of,
-, Olympia,
-, Ralph of,
-, Ralph (s. of last),
-, Ralph (another),

Willis, H. M., curate of Littledean,

Willoughby, Chris.,

Willsbury, see St. Briavels

Wilson, Ric.,

Wiltshire, see Bishopstone; Braydon forest; Kingswood; Lacock; Lavington, Market; Salisbury cathedral

Winchester, earl of, see Quincy, Rog. de

windmills,

Winfield, John, curate of Littledean,

Winford:
-, Cath., see Brain
-, John,

Winston, John, vicar of Awre,

Winstone,

Winter:
-, Anne, see Brain
-, Bridget, m. Geo. Wyrall,
-, Sir Chas.,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Geo. (fl. late 16th cent.),
-, Geo. (fl. 1620, another),
-, Frances, m. Thos. Nevill,
-, John (d. 1546),
-, John (d. 1619),
-, Sir John (d. c. 1680),
-, Mary,
-, Rog., rector of Staunton,
-, Wm. (later Sir Wm., d. 1589), n
-, Wm. (d. by 1677),
-, fam.,

Wintle:
-, Francis,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

wire and cable works,

Witcombe, Great,

Witherby, Cornelius, curate of Bream,

Witley, Great (Worcs.),

Wood, see Waller, Son, and Wood

wood distillation and chemical works,

Woodchester,

Woodall, Wm.,

Woodend, see Awre

Woodruff:
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Mary, see Baynham
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1609),
-, Rob. (d. 1638),
-, Thos.,

Woodside, see Awre; Cinderford

Woodstock:
-, Joan,
-, Thos. of, duke of Glouc.,

Woodville:
-, Ant., Earl Rivers,
-, Ric., Ld. Rivers,

Woodward, John,

woodward, Wm. the, see Joce

Woodwards (or Colliers, Ferneyley, or Sandfords) brook,

Woodyer, Hen.,

Wolverhampton (Staffs.),

wool, trade in,

Woolaston,
-, boundaries,
-, Brockweir, q.v.
-, ch.,
-, Cone Pill,
-, Madgett,
-, man.,
-, rector,
-, sch.,
-, vicar,

Worcester, bishop of,

Worcester:
-, earls of, and see Somerset, Hen.; Tiptoft, John
-, marquess of, see Somerset, Edw. and Hen.

Worcester,

Worcestershire, and see Bewdley; Claines; Holdfast; Malvern, Little, priory; Pershore abbey; Rushock; Stourbridge; Witley, Great

Worgan:
-, Eliz.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

workhouses, see Awre; Bicknor, English; Littledean; Mitcheldean; Newland; Ruardean; St. Briavels

Worrall:
-, Geo.,
-, Hannah, see Rooke

Worrall Hill, see Dean Forest

Wose Pill, see Aylburton

Wotton under Edge,

wreck (franchise of),

Wright:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, and see Macer-Wright

Wulfheah (fl. 1066),

Wyatt, Jeffry,

Wyatt's rebellion,

Wye, Ant.,

Wye, riv.,
-, bridges, and see Brockweir; St. Briavels: Bigsweir
-, ferries,
-, fisheries,
-, tourism,
-, trade,

Wye Valley rly.,

Wye's Green, see Redbrook

Wyegate, see Newland

Wyeseal, see Newland

Wyesham:
-, John of (d. c. 1332),
-, John of (s. of last),
-, Wm.,

Wyesham, see Dixton Newton

Wyle (or Byle) fam.,

Wyndham:
-, Caroline, m. W. H. Wyndham Quin, earl of Dunraven,
-, (later Edwin), Chas.,
-, Francis,
-, John,
-, John Eveleigh,
-, Mercy, see Strode
-, Thos. (fl. 1628),
-, Thos. (d. 1752),
-, Thos. (d. 1814),
-, fam.,

Wyndham Quin:
-, Caroline, see Wyndham
-, Windham Hen. (d. 1850), Vct. Adare, later earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl,
-, Windham Hen. (fl. 1876),

Wynne:
-, Sir Rowland,
-, Susanna, see Henshaw

Wynols Hill, see Coleford

Wyrall:
-, Barbara, m. Ric. Davies,
-, Bridget, see Winter
-, Geo. (d. 1610),
-, Geo. (fl. 1633),
-, Geo. (d. 1648, another),
-, Geo. (fl. 1672),
-, Geo. (d. 1726),
-, Geo., see Davies
-, Jephthah,
-, John,
-, Martha, w. of Jephthah,
-, Martha, m. John Machen,
-, Mary,
-, Sarah, m. Rob. Ryder,
-, Wm. (d. 1534),
-, Wm. (fl. 1549),
-, Wm. (fl. 1574, s. of last),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1661),
-, fam.,

Wyther:
-, Hugh,
-, John,
-, Phil.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rog.,
-, Wal.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1267),
-, Wm. (fl. 1300),

Yate:
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Wal.,

Yates, Jos., n

Yeates, Frank,

Yevan, John,

York, archbishop of, see Giffard, Wal.

York, duke of, see James

Yorke, Mrs. (fl. 1833),

Yorkley (in Newland and Dean Forest),
-, Plate
-, Badhamsfield,
-, clubs and societies,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, mission ch.,
-, nonconf.,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, Yorkley Ct.,
-, Yorkley Slade,
-, Yorkley Wood,

Young:
-, Mary (d. 1742),
-, Mary (fl. 1865),
-, Ric.,



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