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'Index: A - K', A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 14: Lichfield (1990), pp. 295-305. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42365 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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A. C. Lomax's Successors, 128

Abbots Bromley, see Bromley, Abbots

Abnall:
-, Amy (or Amice) of, 207
-, Rog. of, 207
-, Thos. of, 95, 207

Abnalls (in Burntwood), 195, 202–3, 208, 217
-, Abnall Ho., 208
-, Abnalls Cottage, 207
-, bath, 107, 202–3; plate 42
-, botanic gdn., 107, 169, 202, 212
-, cross, 202
-, Great Abnalls, 207
-, Little Abnalls, 207
-, man., 207–8
-, mill, 214
-, Unett's Well, 107, 202

Abraham, Chas. John, precentor of Lichfield, formerly bp. of Wellington (New Zealand), 107

Adam, deacon at St. Mary's, Lichfield, 137

Adam the glazier, 120

Adams:
-, Mr. and Mrs. D. V., 247
-, Edw., 222

Adbaston, 136

Addams, Geo., 68, 125, 211, 289

Addison, Lancelot, dean of Lichfield, 55–6, 61, 148, 156–7, 171

Adelaide, queen of William IV, 29, 60, 149

Adey:
-, Jos., 82
-, Sarah, 143

Adie:
-, Ann, 123
-, Caroline, 123
-, Thos., 80, 123

Aethelheard, abp. of Canterbury, 6

Aethelwald, bp. of Lichfield, 6

agricultural implements, see metal working

Alard, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

Alban, St., 38

Albert, Prince Consort, 29

Aldershawe, see Wall

Aldridge, 79

Aldridge-Brownhills urban dist., 204, 258, 271

Alexander the porter, 91

Alfred, king of Wessex, 6–7

Allen:
-, Anne, 185
-, Frank, 288
-, Joan, w. of Wm., 148
-, Mark, vicar choral of Lichfield, 181
-, Thos., 247
-, Wm., 148

Allington, John, 192

Allison & Bowen, 170

Allport (Alport):
-, Chas., 126
-, Eleanor, 264, 271
-, John, 126

Allsopp (Alsop):
-, A. P., 177
-, J. R., 289
-, Sam., & Sons, 128

Alport, see Allport

Alrewas, 123, 273
-, Curborough Farm, 100, 279
-, Fradley, q.v.

Alsop, see Allsopp

Ames:
-, Eliz., 231
-, Thos., 67

Amiens (Somme, France), 120

Amphibalus, St., 38–9, 135, 142

Amphlett, Jas., 170

Anabaptists, 156

anchorets, 144–5

Andrews:
-, Humph., 254
-, Thos. (fl. 1512), 254
-, Thos. (fl. 1900), 291
-, Wm. (fl. 1514), 254
-, Wm. (fl. 1861), 126

Angles, East, 6

Angles, Middle, 5

Anglesey, marquesses of, see Paget

Anglesey Branch Canal, 215–16, 261

Anglesey Sidings, see New Town

Anne, Queen, 130

Anne of Bohemia, queen of Richard II, 132

Annerley:
-, Hugh, 277
-, Hugh, his s., 277

Anslow (in Rolleston), 288

Anson:
-, Eliz., see Yorke
-, Admiral Geo., Baron Anson, 70, 94
-, Geo., 146
-, Sir Geo., 94
-, Humph., 210
-, Thos., 94
-, Thos., Vct. Anson, 94, 101, 244
-, Thos. Edw., earl of Lichfield, 235
-, Thos. Fra., earl of Lichfield, 95
-, Thos. Geo., earl of Lichfield, 95, 100, 147, 178
-, Thos. Wm., earl of Lichfield, 235 as Vct. Anson, 94, 161, 279
-, fam., 93

Antonine Itinerary, 37

Antrim (Irel.), 242

Apeton (in Church Eaton), 262

apothecaries, 91, 121–2, 124–5, 130, 133, 289
-, chemists, 81

Arblaster, Ric., 145

Archbold:
-, Barbara, m. Geo. Legge, Baron Dartmouth, 79
-, Sir Hen., chancellor of Lichfield dioc., 79
-, Mary, m. Sir John Floyer, 79

archery, 162

Arches, dean of ct. of, 138 n

architects, see Adams; Bidlake & Lovatt;
-, Bodley; Brown, Lancelot; Butler Wones Partnership; Christian; Cox, G. H.; Etchells; Fowler; Guest; Gwilliam & Armstrong; Hinton Brown Langstone; Hobbiss, W., & Partners; Holding; Johnson, Thos. (d. 1853) and Thos. (d. 1865); Johnson & Son; Lavender; Loxton; Moffatt, W. B. and W. L.; Newman & Belling; Papworth; Pierce; Pole, T. A.; Potter, Jos. (d. 1842) and Jos. (d. 1875); Scammell; Scott, Geo. Gilb. and J. O.; Smirke; Smith, Fra.; Statham; Stevens & Robinson; Stevenson; Street; Trubshaw; Walter the carpenter; Wyatt, Benj., Jas., and Wm.; and see stone masons: master masons

Arley, Ric., 212

Armagh (Irel.), abp. of, see Ussher

Armitage:
-, Handsacre, q.v.
-, Hawkesyard, 277
-, Pk., 56

Arthur, Prince of Wales, 287

Arundel, John, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 115, 138

Ashbourne, Alan of, vicar choral of Lichfield, 172

Ashbourne (Derb.), 255

Ashmall:
-, Elias Ashmole, 261
-, John, 211
-, Thos., 211

Ashmole:
-, Elias, 18, 87, 93, 172, 181, 190, 265
-, Thos., 209

Ashmore Brook (in Burntwood), 37, 137, 144, 147, 203, 207–10, 236
-, agric., 213
-, Ashmore Brook Dairy Farm (later Ashmore Brook Ho.), 195, 208–9
-, Ashmore Brook Farm (formerly Ashmore Brook Ho.), 208–9
-, mill, 214
-, Rowan Cottage, 209
-, tithing, 217
-, warren, 214

Ashmore brook, 198, 209

Ashtead (Surr.), Ashtead Pk., 243

Ashwellthorpe (Norf.), 241

Ashwood:
-, Dorothy, m. Sir Hen. Hawley, 208
-, Dorothy, see Sprott
-, John, 208

Assemblies of God, 224

Astley:
-, Art., 247
-, Chris., 247, 251
-, Mary, m. Ric. Dyott, 247
-, Matthias (d. 1725), 247
-, Matthias (d. 1751), 247
-, Wal. (fl. earlier 17th cent.), 247
-, Wal. (d. 1710), 247
-, Wal. (? another or others), 247, 249
-, fam., 252

Aston:
-, Eliz., 71
-, Jane, m. Fra. Gastrell, 71, 145, 175
-, Magdalen, m. Gilb. Walmisley, 71
-, Sir Thos., 71
-, Sir Wal., 236
-, Wm. de, 236

Aston (in Runcorn, Ches.), 71

Aston (Staffs.), see Stone

Atkin, John, 148

Atkins:
-, A. H., 205
-, Edith, 205
-, F. H., 205

Atkinson:
-, John, 111, 202, 208, 211, 289

Atwall, Maud, 148

Auckland & Co., 127

auctioneers, 81, 126

Babington:
-, Ant., 245–6, 248–9
-, Cath., m. Ralph Hawkes, 233
-, Dorothy, m. Luke Robinson, 233
-, Joan, see Beaumont
-, John, 233
-, Mary, m. Theophilus Levett, 233
-, Mary, w. of Wm., 248
-, Matt., 245
-, Wm. (d. by 1553), 245–6, 248
-, Wm. (d. c. 1625), 233
-, Zachary, prebendary of Curborough, precentor of Lichfield, and chancellor of Lichfield dioc., 233
-, Zachary (d. 1688), 233
-, Zachary (d. 1745), 233

Bachecote, Eliz., see Freeford

Bacon, Fra., prebendary of Ryton, 52

Bader, Group Capt. Doug., 179 n

Bagley, Hen., 56

Bagot:
-, Hervey, 17
-, Mary, 29
-, Col. Ric., 17

Bailey (Bayley):
-, Chas., 127
-, E. J., 264
-, Eliz., 192
-, Fra. (fl. c. 1700), 121
-, Fra. (fl. 1741), 124
-, John (d. 1682), 121
-, John, his s., 121
-, John (another, fl. 1700), 121
-, John (fl. c. 1750), 125
-, Ric., 125
-, Ruth, 189
-, Thos. (fl. 1711), 124
-, Thos. (fl. 1794), 123
-, Wm. (d. 1715), 122, 125
-, Wm. (d. 1785), 125

Bailye:
-, Hugh, chancellor of Lichfield cath., 289–90
-, Hugh (? the same), 277
-, I. M., see Moss
-, Kenneth, 209
-, Ric., 96
-, T. J., 264
-, Thos., 209

Baker, Wm., prebendary of Wolvey and vicar of St. Mary's, Lichfield, 139

bakers, 78, 114–15, 120–1, 132–3, 155

Bakewell, S., 106

Bakewell (Derb.), see Haddon

Balfour, (Sir) Graham, 172

Ball (Balle):
-, Eliz., 210, 220, 224, 228, 270–3
-, Geo., 210
-, John, plate 21 (d)
-, Ric., 210

Bangham, T. A., vicar of Christ Ch., Lichfield, 151, 177, 185, 193

banks, 44, 117, 130–1; plate 28
-, bankers, 41, 71, 130, 175, 234

Baptists, 156–7, 237

Barbados (West Indies), 125

Barber, Fra., 227

barbers, 132

Barclays Bank, 131

Barker:
-, Cath., w. of John, 130, 234
-, John (fl. 1672), 158
-, John (d. 1780), 130, 234
-, John (fl. 1784–1800), 211
-, Sam., 41, 130

Barlow, Jas., 124

Barnet (Herts.), battle of, 241

Barratt:
-, Fred., 264
-, fam., 264

Barrow, Jas., 60

Barrow (Salop.), see Marsh, the

Barry, Rose, 181

Barton, Ralph de, 75

Barwell, Jas., Ltd., 150

Baskerville:
-, Edw., 234
-, Frank, 234
-, Mary, w. of Frank, 234
-, Wm., 234

Basset, Ralph, Baron Basset, 54 n, 55, 69

Baswich, see Brocton

Bates:
-, John, 222
-, Wm., 222
-, fam., 207, 222

Bath, marquess of, see Thynne

Bath (Som.), 21, 71, 107

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Law

Bather, Christina, 288

Batten, J. D., 152

Baxter, (Sir) Thos., 257

Bayley, see Bailey

Beane, Hector, 96

Bearcroft:
-, Thos., rector of Walton upon Trent, 143–4, 234
-, Thos., his nephew, 234

Beardmore, Rob., 211

Beauchamp, Eliz., Baroness Bergavenny, m. (Sir) Edw. Nevill, 247

Beaudesert, see Longdon

Beaumont:
-, Hen., 245
-, Sir Hen., 245
-, Joan, m. Wm. Babington, 245
-, Joan, w. of Hen., see Heronville
-, John, 245

Beaux' Stratagem , The, 124

'Bech', see Lichfield

Beeland, Humph., 157

Belfast, earl of, see Chichester

Belgium, see Herckenrode; Liège

Bell:
-, And., 175
-, Wm., 95

Bellfounder, Hen., 96, 119

bellfounders, 119; and see Bagley; Barwell; Bellfounder; Belzetter, Ric. and Sim.; Clibury, Hen., Ric., Thos., and Wm.; Hancox; Keene, — Mears, C. and G., and Thos.; Michael; Michel; Rudhall, Abraham and Thos.; Taylor, E. D. and John, & Co.

Belmont School, see Hassocks

Belton (Leics.), 157

Belzetter:
-, Ric., 119
-, Sim., 119

Bemetzrieder, Mr., 181

Bendy, Lettice, w. of Hen., 147

Benet, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

Bennett, W. B., 181

Benson:
-, Dorothea, see Thorpe
-, Godfrey Rathbone, Baron Charnwood, 72, 146
-, John Roby, later Baron Charnwood, 72

Bentley (in St. Peter's, Wolverhampton), 93

Benton:
-, Eliz. (? mother of John), 267
-, Eliz., w. of John, 267
-, John, 267
-, John (? the same), 115

Bergavenny, Baroness, see Beauchamp

Berkshire, see Challow, West; Reading; Windsor

Bernard, R., 154 n

Berners, Baron, see Bourchier

Berry Hill, see Lichfield

Bertrem, Agnes, see Fulfen

Best, Wal., 281

Betty, Wm. (the Young Roscius), 166

Biddulph:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Mic., 263
-, John, 214
-, Marg., m. Mic. Lowe, 78, 246
-, Marg., w. of Sim., 78
-, Mic. (d. 1658), 17, 93, 231, 263, 267
-, Mic. (d. 1666), 93, 231–2, 237, 263
-, Sir Mic., 93, 231–2, 263, 265
-, Ric., 216
-, Sim. (d. 1580), 78, 114, 121, 187, 231, 235, 263
-, Sim. (d. 1596), 78, 231
-, Sim. (d. 1632), 187, 231, 263
-, (Sir) Theophilus (d. 1683), 93, 143, 187, 231, 237, 263
-, Sir Theophilus (d. 1743), 187, 232, 277
-, Sir Theophilus (d. by 1798), 115, 232
-, fam., 114, 187

Bidlake & Lovatt, 168

Biggs, Sylvanus, 174, 181

Bilson (Bilston):
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1540), 203, 213
-, Thos. (fl. 1580–92), 203

Bilson (formerly Bourne) brook, 195, 198, 203, 229, 236

Bilston, see Bilson

Binckes, Wm., dean of Lichfield, 62

Binns:
-, Jas., 123
-, Jos., 123

Birch:
-, Geo., 129
-, Geo., s. of Jas., 210, 224, 228
-, Jas., 210, 224, 228
-, Thos., see Reynardson

Birch & Birch, 129

Bird:
-, Agnes, 210
-, David, 210
-, Hen., 78
-, Hen., his s., 78
-, Isabel, 210
-, Jas., 281
-, John, 78
-, Nic., 78
-, Nigel, 289
-, Rob., 120
-, Thos., 210
-, Wm., 279
-, Wm. Guest, 130
-, fam., 210, 279

Birmingham, 1, 3, 45–7, 108, 113, 182
-, as address, 66, 72, 114, 126, 150, 157–8, 168, 211, 235, 269, 288, 290
-, art, sch. of, 179
-, corp., 109, 243, 245, 247, 251
-, Erdington, 114
-, overspill pop., 109, 201
-, Rom. Cath. cathedral, 54
-, Saltley, 225
-, Sparkhill, q.v.

Birmingham Canal, 47

Birmingham Chemical Co., 128

Birmingham Fire Office, 104

Birmingham Primitive Methodist Circuit, 158

Birmingham Regional Hospital Board, 72

Bishop, Wm., 170

Bishop's Frome (Herefs.), see Frome, Bishop's

Bishops Itchington prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Bishopshull prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Bishton, see Colwich

Black brook (formerly Hammerwich Water), 258, 283, 292

Black Country, 3, 47, 160, 201

Blaston, Geof. de, archdn. of Derby, 67

Bletchley (Bucks.), Denbigh Hall, 46

Blithbury priory (in Mavesyn Ridware), 265

Blithfield, 29
-, Newton, 192

Blomefield:
-, Sir Thos., 115, 146
-, his w., 146

Blore Heath (in Drayton in Hales), battle of, 84

Blount:
-, Geo., 121
-, John, 121
-, Ric., 187
-, Steph. le, see Blund

Bloxwich, see Walsall

Blund, Steph. (probably Steph. le Blount), 93

Blythe:
-, Geof., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 12, 54–5, 61, 64, 138, 154
-, John, prebendary of Freeford, 154
-, Wm., 61

Boaz, Herman, 166

Bobbington, see Leaton

Bodley, G. F., 152

Boer War, 199

Bohemia, Anne of, see Anne

Boleyn, Geo., dean of Lichfield, 55, 139

Bolingbroke, Hen., see Henry IV

Bolland:
-, Mic., 288
-, Janet, his w., 288

Bolton:
-, C. N., vicar of St. Mary's, Lichfield, 157
-, Mrs., 190

Bolton-le-Moors (Lancs.), see Turton

Bond, John, 126

bonemillers, 115, 127

Boney Hay (in Burntwood), 199, 201, 205, 214–16, 218–20
-, mission room, 204, 221
-, prot. nonconf., 223
-, schs., 226–7

Bonomi, Jos., 243

bookbinders, 122

booksellers, 121–3, 125; and see Henry

Boole, Wal., 289

Booth, Jos., 257

Bordesley abbey (Worcs.), 69

Borland, J., 234

Borrowcop Hill, see Lichfield

Bosco, Master Wm. de, chancellor of Lichfield cath., 186

Bostock:
-, J. E., 245
-, P., 245

Boston, Wm., 233, 278

Boston (Lincs.), 241

Boswell, Jas., 1, 124
-, statue, 23

Bosworth fam., 264

Bosworth (Leics.), battle of, 12, 206

Boughton Aluph, see Buckwell

Boulers, Reynold, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 54

Boulogne (Pas de Calais, France), 211

Bound Brook Bearings (later G.K.N. Bound Brook) Ltd., 276

Bourchier:
-, Eliz., see Tilney
-, Humph., 241
-, John, Baron Berners, 241

Bourne:
-, John de la, 140, 212
-, John s. of Hen. de la, 277

Bourne, see Longdon

Bourne brook, see Bilson brook

Bourton on the Water (Glos.), 157

Bowen, Ric., 170

Bowes, Sir John, 250

Bowles, Maj. St. George, 232

bowling, 162, 233

boy scouts, 90, 205

Brackley, Vct., see Egerton

Bradburne:
-, Ann, w. of Sam., 290
-, Eliza, 290, 294
-, Hen., 290
-, John (d. 1779), 290
-, John (d. 1834), 290
-, John (d. by 1879), 289–90
-, Mary, w. of John, 290
-, Randle, 290
-, Sam. (or Sam. Hamson), 286, 289–90
-, Revd. Thos., 289

Bradbury:
-, Ernest, 234
-, Lisa, m. — Teal, 234
-, Susan, m. — Toon, 234

Bradford, earl of, see Newport

Bradley, Hen., 37

Bramall:
-, John, 113, 163, 169
-, John, his s., 113
-, Wm., 113

Brawn:
-, Jas., 127
-, John, 127
-, Ric., 127

braziers, see metal working

Brentwood (Essex), 227

Brereton, Sir Wm., 17–18

Brereton, see Rugeley

Brethren, 159

brewing, 39, 100, 114, 122, 124–5, 127– 8, 209, 236, 257, 276; plates 32–3

Brewood, 280

brickmaking, 120, 122, 126, 216, 268

Bridgeman:
-, Chas., 128
-, Jos., 128
-, Rob., 53, 87, 128, 163, 168
-, Rob., & Sons, 128, 143, 164
-, Mrs., 108
-, fam., 143

Bridgewood, Thos., Rom. Cath. priest, 222

Bridgnorth (Salop.), 119

Bridlington (Yorks. E.R.), 17

Briggs, Emily, 281

Brightwell Baldwin (Oxon.), 206

Bristol, 119

Brittany, duke of, see Montfort

Broadlands (in Romsey, Hants), 243

Brocton (in Baswich), 209

Bromley:
-, Edw., 278
-, Thos. of, 95

Bromley, Abbots, 73, 192
-, lunatic asylum, 106

Bromley, King's, 47, 79, 100, 106, 125, 229 n, 232, 234

Bromwich, Castle (Warws.), 210, 270

Bromwich, West, 108, 183, 262
-, Wigmore, 182

Brook Leasow (formerly Tamhorn brook), 238–9

Brooke, Baron, see Greville

Brookes, Leonard, 232

Broughton, Ric., 82

Brown:
-, Alice, m. Wm. Rugeley, 278
-, Alice, w. of Hen., 254
-, Caroline, 262
-, Dr. E. N., 212, 227
-, Edw., 170
-, Eliz., 254
-, Frederic, 128, 170
-, Hen., 254
-, John, 254, 278
-, Lancelot, 243–4, 249
-, Mary, 175
-, Thos. (fl. early 13th cent.), 257
-, Thos. (d. 1717), 174
-, fam., 278

Browne:
-, Isaac Hawkins, 22
-, Maj. J. M., 286
-, John, 154

Brownhills (in Norton Canes and Ogley Hay), 47, 203, 220, 269, 285
-, Brownhills West Methodist soc., 271
-, urban dist. council, 204, 269

Bruera, Gilb. de, canon of Lichfield, dean of St. Paul's, London, 51

Bruyn, Nicolaes de, 156, 223

Buck, Wm., 169

Buckeridge:
-, Geo., master of St. John's hosp., Lichfield, 185
-, Wm., 129

Buckingham, John, dean of Lichfield, 258

Buckingham, duke of, see Stafford

Buckinghamshire, see Bletchley; Swanbourne

Buckwell (in Boughton Aluph, Kent), 206

Budd, Marg., 188

Budgen, N. F., 246

building trade, 122; and see carpenters; stone masons

Buildwas abbey (Salop.), 69

Bull:
-, F. H., and his w., 128
-, Nic., 290
-, Ric. (d. by 1655), 290
-, Ric. (d. 1660), 290
-, Ric. (d. 1671), 290
-, Ric. (fl. early 18th cent.), 290
-, Thos., 290
-, Thos., his s., 290

bull baiting, 161

Burdett, Rob., 93

Burditt, Fra., 88

Burghill, John, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 54, 59, 62, 66

Burnaby, see Dyott, Lucy and Ric.

Burnes:
-, Ann, w. of Ric., 287
-, John (d. 1600), 78, 121, 187
-, John (fl. 1620s), 121, 288
-, John (d. 1682), 111, 288
-, John (d. 1817), see Burnes Floyer
-, Ric. (d. 1692), 288
-, Ric. (d. 1766), 111, 288
-, Thos. (d. 1610), 121
-, Thos. (fl. 1633), 288

Burnes Floyer (formerly Burnes), John, 287–8

Burney, Fanny, 23

Burntwood, 139, 195–228
-, Abnalls, q.v.
-, agric., 198, 201, 213–14
-, Annie Ker Gettings Memorial Home, 219
-, Ashmore Brook, q.v.
-, Ball's Mount, 203, 217–18
-, baths, 204, 218, 227; and see Abnalls
-, Biddulph's Pool, 195, 199, 201, 214
-, Bilston Brook, 222
-, farm, 203, 208
-, Boney Hay, q.v.
-, Bridge Cross farm, 201, 213
-, Bridge Cross Ho. farm, 201
-, bridges, 195, 203
-, Burntwood Green, 198, 216, 223, 228
-, Burntwood Town Shopping Centre, 201
-, buses, 220
-, Castle farm, 199, 213
-, chantry land, 212
-, chars., 227–8
-, Chase Terrace, q.v.
-, Chasetown, q.v.
-, Childerend Pipe, 198
-, Childerhay, 198, 210, 213
-, chs., 204–5, 220–2, 225; plate 41
-, cinemas, 204; plate 40
-, conduit head, 95–6, 198, 216
-, Coney Lodge Farm, 214
-, Coulter Lane Farm, 199
-, Creswell Green, 195, 199
-, Cross o' th' Hand, 203
-, Edial, q.v.
-, educ., 224–7
-, fisheries, 214
-, friendly socs., 204–5
-, Fulfen, q.v.
-, Green Lane Farm, 199
-, greens, see Burntwood: Burntwood Green, Creswell Green, and Spade Green; Woodhouses
-, Hill (Hill Ho.) farm, 210–11, 213–14
-, Hilltop farm, 195, 202, 212
-, Hobstone, 217
-, Hobstone Hill, 198, 219
-, housing, 201, 219, 261
-, inc., 199, 201, 213–14, 217–18
-, inds., 198–9, 201, 215–17, 220
-, inns and alehos., 198–9, 205, 220
-, institutes, 204–5
-, Irish, 198
-, Lambourne Ho., 218; plate 40
-, librs., 204, 225; plate 40
-, Lichfield vicars choral property, 212
-, Lincroft Cottage, 216
-, local govt., 217–18; and see Burntwood: par. govt.
-, lunatic asylum (later St. Matthew's hosp.), 198, 210, 219, 221, 223
-, mans. and other estates, 205–12
-, map, 196–7
-, Maple Hayes (Pipe farm), 70, 111, 123, 211–12, 214; plate 14
-, estate, 206, 208, 211, 289
-, fishponds, 195
-, home farm, 202, 207, 212
-, sch., 227
-, mkt. gardening, 213–14
-, mkts., 215
-, mills, 195, 214–15
-, Morley Rd. Social Centre, 205
-, Morlings Farm, 201
-, par. govt., 217–19
-, par. (town) council, 203–4, 218, 228
-, pks., 201
-, pinfolds, 217
-, Pipe, q.v.
-, Pipe farm, see Burntwood: Maple Hayes
-, Pipe Grange Farm, 195, 201
-, place name, 198
-, policing, 219, 269
-, poor relief, 218; and see Burntwood: chars.
-, pop., 198–9, 201
-, prot. nonconf., 220–4
-, public services, 218–20
-, rlys., 202, 215–16
-, recreation centre, 204
-, rds.:
-, Abnalls Lane (Pipe Lane), 198, 202
-, Broad Lane, 201–2
-, Cannock Rd. (Cannock Street), 198
-, Canterbury Close, 220
-, Chase Rd., 198
-, Chorley Rd., see Burntwood: rds. (Farewell Lane)
-, Church Rd., 198, 210
-, Coulter Lane, 199
-, Cross in Hand Lane, 198
-, Farewell Lane (Chorley Rd.), 199
-, Forge Lane, 202
-, Grange Lane, 202
-, Green Lane, see Burntwood: rds. (Woodhouse Lane)
-, Hammerwich Rd. (Star or Sterre Lane), 198, 259
-, Hobbestone Hill Lane, 202
-, Kynchall Lane, 202
-, Longdon Way, 203
-, Norton Lane, 198, 259
-, Padbury Lane, 199
-, Peter's Lane, 202
-, Pinfold Lane, see Burntwood: rds. (Woodhouse Lane)
-, Pipe Lane, see Burntwood: rds. (Abnalls Lane)
-, Rake Hill (Stephen's Hill), 199, 201, 216
-, Slade Ave., 216–17
-, Springhill Rd., 201
-, Springlestyche Lane, 199
-, Star or Sterre Lane, see Burntwood: rds. (Hammerwich Rd.)
-, Stephen's Hill, see Burntwood: rds. (Rake Hill)
-, Stockhay Lane, 198, 209
-, Woodhouse Lane (Pinfold Lane and Green Lane), 202
-, Woodhouses Rd., 202
-, Roman Catholicism, 222–3
-, St. John's hosp., Lichfield, property of, 212
-, St. Matthew's hosp., see Burntwood: lunatic asylum
-, Sankey's Corner, 201, 204, 215, 218–19; plate 40
-, sch. bd., 224–7
-, schs., 205, 220, 224–7
-, social and cultural activities, 203–5
-, Spade Green, 198, 202, 216
-, Spade Green Ho., 202
-, Spinney Farm, 201
-, Spring Hill, 203
-, stocks, 219
-, tithes, 212
-, tithings, 217
-, vicar, 204; and see Poole; Weston
-, wakes, 203
-, warrens, 214, 267
-, women's institute, 205
-, Woodhouses, q.v.

Burntwood and Hammerwich Parishes War Fund, 219, 228

Burritt, Elihu, 3

Burrows & Sturgess, 128

Burslem, 45

Burton:
-, G. A., 279
-, Geo., 281
-, Gerald, 279, 281
-, John, 281
-, Wm. de, prebendary of Gaia Major, 185

Burton upon Trent, 183, 187
-, abbey, 12
-, abbot, 73
-, as address, 16, 93, 276, 290
-, brewing, 128, 211
-, rd. from Lichfield, 7, 45–6, 276

Bury Bank, see Stone

butchers, 78, 94, 100, 120–2, 132–4

Butler:
-, Jas., 124
-, John, puritan minister at St. Chad's and St. Mary's, Lichfield, 139, 158
-, Wm., 124

Butler Wones Partnership, 36

Butt, Cary, 130, 190, 289

Buxton:
-, Jessie, m. John Leese, 245
-, Nathan, 245

Bye brook, see Dry brook

Bytheway, Hen., 210

Cadman, Wm., 228

Caer Lwytgoed (Caer Lwydgoed; Cair Luitcoit), 4–5, 37

Calais (Pas de Calais, France), 14

Caldwell, Ric., 187

Cambridge university, Christ's Coll., 91

Campbell, Isabella, see Howard

canals, see Anglesey Branch Canal; Birmingham Canal; Coventry Canal; Trent and Mersey Canal; Wyrley and Essington Canal

Cannock, 109, 128, 199, 280, 289
-, Cannock Chase Technical Coll., see Cannock: County Mining Coll.
-, Cannock Wood, q.v.
-, County Mining Coll. (later Cannock Chase Technical Coll.), 227
-, man., 15
-, mining, 216
-, rly., 216
-, Wyrley, Great, 96, 132

Cannock Chase, 1, 198, 210, 214–15, 259
-, as Cannock heath, 202, 266
-, warrens, 267

Cannock Chase & Wolverhampton Railway, 216

Cannock Chase Coalfield, 198, 215, 258

Cannock Chase Colliery Co., 201, 203–4, 215–16, 219–22, 225–7, 269, 291

Cannock forest, 198, 207, 246, 259

Cannock Wood (in Cannock), 228

Canterbury:
-, abps., 6, 12, 252; and see Aethelheard; Laud; Sancroft; Theodore; Walden
-, Christ Church cath. priory, 95 prior, see Durdent

Canwell priory, 69

Capenhurst, Thos., 277

cappers, 120–1, 133–4

Cardon fam., 41

Carhampton, ctss. of, see Luttrell

Carlier, Jan, 55

Carlisle (Cumb.), 19

carpenters, 58, 132, 229, 286; and see Walter

Carter, Alan, 122

Cartmail, Thos., 113

Castle Bromwich, see Bromwich, Castle

Castle Church, 190

Cave, Sir Ric., 93

Cavendish, Lord Geo., 246

Cawdor, Lady, see Howard

Ceolred, king of Mercia, 6

Chad, St., bp. of Lichfield, formerly bp. of York, 5–6, 37, 49, 134, 145–7, 152
-, shrine, see Lichfield cathedral: St. Chad's shrine
-, statues, 49, 54, 134, 146

Chaddesden, Master Ralph de, treasurer of Lichfield cath., 186

Chadwick:
-, Geo., 106
-, John, 106
-, —, father of John, 106
-, —, w. of Geo., 106

Challow, West (in Letcombe Regis, Berks.), 147

Chamberlin & Hill, 127

Chambers, Cath., 125, 146

Champeneys, John, 247

Chandler, Edw., bp. of Lichfield and Coventry, 142, 148

chandlers, 133

Chantry, Sir Fra., 55

Chaplain, Fra., 121

charcoal burning, 251

Charity Commissioners, 98, 224

Charity Organization Society, 184

Charlbury (Oxon.), see Walcot

Charles I, 17, 78, 132, 242

Charles II, 71, 76, 79 statue, 52–3

Charnwood, Baron, see Benson

Chartley (in Stowe), 16

Chase Sailing Club, 204

Chase Terrace (in Burntwood), 201
-, buses, 220
-, ch., 222
-, electricity, 219–20
-, fire stn., 219
-, friendly socs., 205
-, ind., 201, 216–17
-, inns, 201, 215, 223
-, librs., 204
-, maps, 196, 200
-, mkts., 215
-, pk., 201
-, police stn., 219
-, pop., 201
-, post office, 220
-, prot. nonconf., 205, 223–4
-, Sankey's Corner, see Burntwood
-, schs., 205, 218, 225–7
-, sewerage, 218–19
-, social and cultural activities, 203–5
-, streets, 201

Chasetown (in Burntwood), 198–9, 201 buses, 220
-, ch., 203, 221–2, 261
-, cinemas, 204
-, clocks, 199, 201
-, electricity, 216, 219–20, 222
-, friendly socs., 205
-, gas, 219–20
-, housing, 201
-, inds., 198–9, 203, 215–17, 227
-, inns, 199, 204–5, 215, 223
-, institutes, 204–5, 219, 227
-, Irish, 223
-, librs., 204
-, maps, 196, 200
-, mkt., 215
-, mkt. gardening, 199, 214
-, pks., 201, 204
-, place name, 199
-, prot. nonconf., 205, 223–4
-, public services, 218–20
-, Roman Catholicism, 204, 223, 226
-, schs., 198–9, 204–5, 213, 221, 225–7, 272
-, social and cultural activities, 203–5
-, streets, 199, 201
-, vicars, see McClean; Seaton
-, wakes, 203–4

Chasetown and District Electricity Co. Ltd., 220

Chasetown Gas Co. Ltd., 219

Chasewater, see Norton Pool

Chatterton:
-, Geo., 279
-, Humph., 247–8
-, his w., 247
-, John, 78, 247
-, his w., 247
-, Oliver, 279
-, Rog., 279
-, Thos. (fl. 1498, 1508, 1532–3, ? the same person), 148, 279
-, Thos. (fl. 1572), 279
-, Thos. (fl. 1637), 279
-, Wm., 247
-, fam., 247

Chawner:
-, Ric. Croft, 207, 215, 290–1
-, his w. and dau., 207
-, Rupert, 290

Cheatam, see Cheetham

Chebsey, vicar of, see White

Cheetham (Cheatam, Chetham):
-, Humph., 279
-, Sam., 216
-, Thos., 126

Chelsea (Mdx.), ch. council of, 6

chemists, see apothecaries

Cheshire, see Aston; Chester; Frodsham; Nantwich; Tatton Park

Chestall brook, see Maple brook

Chester, 7, 11, 19, 45–6, 60, 203, 261
-, abbey, abbot, 7, 9
-, archdeaconry, 14
-, archdns., 40, 43, 60, 68, 95; and see Radcliffe; Rodswell; Wombourne
-, bps., see Lichfield: bps.
-, dioc., 7, 14

Chesterfield, Thos., canon of Lichfield, 62

Chesterfield, earls of, see Stanhope

Chesterfield (Derb.), 38, 277

Chesterfield, see Shenstone

Chetham, see Cheetham

Chetwynd:
-, Chas., 234
-, Ralph, 234
-, Wal. (d. 1693), 22
-, Wal. (d. 1732), 82, 93–4, 194

Chichester:
-, Art., earl (later marquess) of Donegall, 149, 240, 242–4, 249, 251–2; plate 24
-, as Baron Fisherwick and earl of Belfast, 243
-, Lord Spencer, 243
-, fam. mausoleum, 149; plate 56

Child:
-, J., 227
-, Ric. le, 231
-, Sir Smith, 183

Childerhay, see Burntwood

Chinn:
-, Alan, 129
-, H. S., 162
-, Hen., 67, 129
-, Thos., 129

Chorley, see Farewell

Christadelphians, 157

Christian, Ewen, 146

Christ's College, see Cambridge

Church Building Society, 220

Church Commissioners (formerly Ecclesiastical Commissioners), 59

Church Eaton, see Apeton

CIN Industrial Investments Ltd., 247

Circuit brook, 1, 229

City Brewery Co., 128

Civil War, the, 242; and see Lichfield

Clarel, John, archdn. of Stafford, prebendary of Prees, 136

Clarence, duke of, see Plantagenet

Clayton (Cleyton):
-, Ric., puritan minister at Lichfield, 139
-, Thos., 70
-, Ursula, m. John Hill, 70

Cleat Hill, see Longdon

Clementi, Muzio, 164

clerk, Sim. the, see Simon

Clerk:
-, John, 113
-, Thos., 113

Clerkson:
-, Anne, m. Humph. Everard, 231
-, John, 231
-, Ric., 231
-, Wm., 231

Cleydon, Reynold de, canon of Lichfield, 281

Cleyton, see Clayton

Clibury:
-, Hen., 143
-, Ric., 143
-, Thos., 143, 146
-, Wm., 143, 146

Clifford:
-, John (d. 1805), 174
-, John (fl. 1818–44), 174
-, Thos., 155

Clifton Campville, see Harlaston; Haunton

Clinton:
-, Eliz. de, w. of John, Baron Clinton, 241
-, Rog. de, bp. of Chester, 9–10, 39, 49, 57, 60, 207, 262

Clipston, Wal. of, 67

clockmakers, 119, 126

cloth trade, 116

clothworking, 42, 89, 112, 122–3, 133–4
-, cotton, 89, 122–3
-, dyers, 120–3
-, fullers, 120, 292
-, fulling mills, 28, 111, 122–3, 251
-, linen, 88–9
-, sailcloth, 123, 157
-, shearmen, 120
-, weavers, 58, 120, 122–3, 133 lace (bone), 121, 123
-, woollens, 123

Clotworthy:
-, John, Vct. Massereene, 242
-, Mary, m. Sir John Skeffington, Vct. Massereene, 242

Clovesho, council of, 6

coachmaking, 81, 124

coal trade, 46–7, 127

coalmining, see mining

Cobb, Thos., 70, 94

cock fighting, 161

Colchester, Peter of, 74

Coleshill (Warws.), 182

Collingwood, Ralph, dean of Lichfield, 95, 152–3

Collins:
-, Geo., 121, 188
-, Nic., 121

Colman:
-, John, 186
-, Margery, his w., 186

Colwich:
-, Bishton, 94
-, Fradswell, q.v.
-, Haywood, 280
-, Haywood, Little, 131
-, Shugborough, 94
-, Wolseley Hall, 211

Comberford, Thos., 245

Comberford, see Tamworth

Congregationalists (later United Reformed Church), 81, 156–8, 171, 180–1, 223; plate 34

Conningham, Maj. R., 277

Conservative party, 81–2, 94–5, 167, 170

Cook:
-, Alice, see Durdent
-, Rob., 241

Cooke:
-, Cassandra, 254, 277
-, John (or John Harcourt), 277

cooks, 118, 120, 132

Cooper:
-, Sir Ric. Ashmole, 32, 70, 288
-, (Sir) Ric. Powell, 27, 163, 261, 288
-, Sybilla, see Mason
-, Thos. Ware, 211

Coote, Diana, see Newport

Corbett, Edw., 288

Cornhill, Wm., bp. of Coventry, 10, 49, 54

Cornovii (Celtic tribe), 285

Cornwallis, Jas., bp. of Lichfield and Coventry, 55

Cotes, John, 93

Coton, Ralph, 234

Cottesloe, Baron, see Fremantle

Cotton:
-, Anne, w. of Humph., 210
-, Humph., 210
-, Revd. J. A., 212
-, Thos., 210
-, Wm. (fl. 1597–1602), 210
-, Wm. (d. 1669–70), 210
-, Wm., his s., 210

cotton, see clothworking

Couldery:
-, T. S., 101
-, Wm., 101

coursing, 161

Couton, Wm. de, prior of St. John's hosp., Lichfield, 140

Coventry, 19, 22, 24, 53, 56, 118
-, archdns., see Milley; Strangeways
-, bps., see Lichfield: bps.
-, cath. priory, 9–10, 14, 49

Coventry and Lichfield, bps. of, see Lichfield: bps.

Coventry Canal, 47, 240, 276

Coventry Churches Housing Association, 109

Cowlishaw:
-, Joan, w. of R. F., 166
-, R. F., 166

Cowper, Mr., 187

Cox:
-, G. H., 223
-, Harry, 264
-, Sarah, 152
-, fam., 152

Craddock:
-, Jas., 285
-, fam., 285

Cramer, Wilhelm, 164

Crane brook, 195, 258–9
-, Big, 195, 214
-, Little, 195

Cranley, Thos., abp. of Dublin, 59

Crécy, battle of, 14

Cressett, Mr., 185

Cressewalle, Hen. of, 199

cricket, 141, 145, 162, 203–4, 262, 286, 289

Crimean War, 163

Crockett, the Misses, 180

Cromwell:
-, Joan de, see Somerville
-, Sir Ralph de, 278
-, Ralph de, 278
-, Ralph, Baron Cromwell, 278
-, Oliver (Lord Protector), 156
-, Thos. (earl of Essex), 118

Croome (Worcs.), 243

Cross o' th' Hand, see Burntwood

Crosskey, Rowland, 86

Crowther, Thos., 289 n

Croxall (Derb.), 236

Croxden abbey, 119

Cumberland, see Carlisle

Cumming, Revd. J. G., 179

Curborough (in Curborough and Elmhurst), 137–8, 229
-, agric., 235–6
-, Chapel Yard, 233
-, Corporation farm, 229
-, Curborough Hall farm, 229, 233
-, Curborough Turvile, 233, 236
-, Field Ho., 233
-, Great Curborough, 229
-, map, 230
-, mills, 236
-, Pipe bridge, 229
-, pop., 229
-, prebendal estate, 233, 278
-, prot. nonconf., 158, 237
-, sewage farm, 100
-, tithes, 235
-, and see Alrewas: Curborough Farm; Streethay: Curborough Ho. and Little Curborough

Curborough and Elmhurst, 40, 229–37, 283
-, agric., 235–6
-, Community Assoc., 237
-, Curborough, q.v.
-, Elmhurst, q.v.
-, local govt., 88, 236
-, map, 230
-, poor relief, 90, 236
-, tithing, 236
-, and see Farewell: Little Pipe

Curborough brook, 3, 100, 114, 229, 273

Curborough prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Curitwell (Curitall), Geo., 121

Cutler, Peter, 291

Daily Mail , 240

Dainty, John, 271

Dale, Hugh de la, 61; ? same as Hugh the mason, q.v.

Dallam, Rob., 56

Damer:
-, Lady Caroline, 246
-, Jos., Baron Milton, later earl of Dorchester, 246
-, Lionel, 246, 251

Danby, earl of, see Osborne

Daniel, John, 64

Danish invasions, 6–7

Darlaston, John, his w., and father, 192

Darlaston Primitive Methodist Circuit, 158

Darnford (in Streethay, later Fulfen), 253, 273, 275–6
-, mill, 115, 281–2

Darnford brook, 1, 45, 69, 253, 256, 273–4, 280

Dartmouth:
-, Baron, see Legge
-, earl of, see Legge
-, Lady, see Archbold

Darwin:
-, Eliz., w. of Erasmus, 202
-, Erasmus, 22, 64, 91, 106–7, 130, 169, 171, 181, 202
-, Erasmus, his s., 171, 181, 202
-, Mr. and Mrs. M. J., 264

Dauncey:
-, Eliz., see Skeffington
-, Sir John, 242

Davenport, see Hinckes

Davenport's C. B. Ltd., 128

Davidson, Brig.-Gen. C. S., 169

Davies, Sneyd, canon of Lichfield, 22

d'Avigdor-Goldsmid, J. A., 95

Davis, Thos., 267

Daw End (in Rushall), 293

Daw End Lime Co., 293

Dawes, Geo., 141, 145

Dawson, Jas., 232

Day, Thos., 71, 171

Deacon:
-, Alderman J. R., 146
-, J. R., Ltd., 146

Deakin:
-, D. F., 247
-, Fra., bro. of Revd. John, 190
-, Fra., father of Revd. John, 91, 190
-, Fra. (? another), 190
-, H. F., 246
-, John, 148
-, Revd. John, 91, 141, 168, 190
-, Nic., 80
-, Thos., 121

Defence, Min. of, 247

Defoe, Dan., 3, 19, 22, 57

Denbigh Hall, see Bletchley

Dennitts, Wm., 281

Denston, Jas., 100–1

Denstone, Thos., 126

dentists, 125

Denton, Jas., dean of Lichfield, 64, 116, 154

D'Éon de Beaumont, Chas., chevalier, 166

Derby, earl of, see Henry of Grosmont

Derby, 17, 101, 128, 157, 178, 181, 221 archdn., see Blaston

Derbyshire, 106, 161
-, Walton upon Trent, rector of, see Bearcroft
-, and see Ashbourne; Chesterfield; Croxall; Derby; Drakelow; Duffield; Haddon; Peak District; Seal; Weston upon Trent

Dernford prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Derry:
-, Jas., 214
-, John, 223
-, Thos., 228
-, Mr., 214

Devereux:
-, Frances, m. Wm. Seymour, duke of Somerset, 56
-, Rob., earl of Essex (d. 1601), 56 n, 67
-, Rob., earl of Essex (d. 1646), 67, 78, 81, 84, 164
-, Sir Wal., 93

Devonshire, see Torquay

Dicken, Thos., 123

Dilhorne, vicar of, see White

Dilkes, Mary, 141, 189

Dinedor (Herefs.), 193

Diocletian, Roman emperor, 38–9, 142, 157

Diuma, bp. of the Mercians, 5

Dixie, Rebecca, w. of Sir Wolstan, 62

doctors:
-, physicians, 3, 21–2, 35, 64, 71, 79, 81, 91, 106–7, 129–30, 147, 221
-, surgeons, 106–7, 129–30, 132, 146, 219, 276, 288–9

Dodson, Geo., 125

Dolphin:
-, John (d. 1724), 263
-, John (d. 1756), 263
-, John (d. 1782), 263
-, Thos. Vernon, 263

Donaldson, Jas., 204 n

Donaldson & Sons, 204

Donegall, earl (later marquess) of, see Chichester

Dorchester, earl of, see Damer

Dorrington:
-, Dorothy, m. Ric. Dyott, 255
-, Ric., 255

Dorset, see Lulworth Castle

Douglas Plant Ltd., 276

Drafgate, Ric., 78

Drakelow (in Church Gresley, Derb.), 94

Draycott, Sir Phil., 270

Draycott in the Moors, see Paynsley

Drayton Bassett, 69, 188, 243

Drayton in Hales, see Blore Heath

Dry (or Bye) brook, 195

Dublin, abp. of, see Cranley

Dudley:
-, Ambrose, earl of Warwick, 165
-, And., 69
-, Art., canon of Lichfield, 54
-, Sir John, duke of Northumberland, 69, 76, 280

Dudley (Worcs., later Staffs.), 161, 290

Duffield (Derb.), 277

Dugdale, Wm., 54

Dunger, Mr. and Mrs. David, 291

Dunkirk (Nord, France), 219

Durdent:
-, Alice, m. Rob. Cook, 241
-, John (fl. 1327), 241
-, John (fl. c. 1377), 241
-, Lucy, w. of Roger, 241
-, Margery, m. Hugh de Loges, 241
-, Nic. (d. by 1236), 241
-, Nic. (d. 1321–3), 241, 248
-, Rabel, 287
-, Ric., 241
-, Rog. (d. by 1282), 241 as Rog. of Fisherwick, 241
-, Rog. (fl. 1326), 241
-, Wal., bp. of Coventry, formerly prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, 9–10, 73, 95, 241, 278, 287
-, Wm., 241
-, fam., 241

Dutton:
-, Alice, m. Wm. Quinton, 287
-, Edw., 287
-, Thos. (d. 1689), 287
-, Thos. (d. 1755), 287
-, Thos. (fl. 1769), 287
-, Wm., 287

dyers, see clothworking

Dyott:
-, Ant. (d. 1622), 68, 111, 235, 254–5, 277, 281
-, Ant. (d. 1662), 255, 258
-, Dorothy, w. of Ant. (d. 1622), 254
-, Dorothy, see Dorrington
-, J. P., 25
-, John (d. 1578), 78, 129, 235, 254–5; plate 22
-, John ('Dumb Dyott', fl. 1643), 17
-, John (d. 1742), 210, 235
-, John (fl. 1771), 235
-, Jos., 211
-, Lucy, m. Revd. Thos. Burnaby, 255
-, Mary, see Astley
-, Matt., 235
-, (Sir) Ric. (d. 1660), 17, 93, 235, 254–5, 257, 279
-, Ric. (d. 1677), 93, 158, 255
-, Ric. (d. 1719), 93, 110–11, 164, 255
-, Ric. (d. 1769), 45, 104, 111, 255, 257, 277
-, Ric. (d. 1787), 174, 249, 255
-, Ric. (d. 1813), 111, 113, 247, 250–1, 255–6
-, Ric. (d. 1891), 87, 94, 255, 257–8, 282
-, Ric. (formerly Burnaby, d. 1903), 255
-, Ric. (d. 1965), 255
-, Ric. Burnaby (formerly Shaw), 255
-, Sim., 211
-, Thos., 235
-, Gen. Wm., 32, 68, 70, 160–1, 165, 174, 247, 250–1, 255, 257
-, fam., 68, 93, 111–12, 141–2, 257–8, 281–2

East:
-, Mic., master of choristers of Lichfield, 64, 172
-, Mic., vicar choral of Lichfield, 172

East Angles, see Angles, East

East Midlands, see Midlands, East

Eaton, Church, see Apeton

Eborall:
-, Eliza, 180
-, Sarah, 180

Eccleshall, 55, 120
-, Castle, 61

Eccleshall, prebendary of, see Kynardessey

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 67–9, 144, 146–7, 151, 212, 220–2, 233, 235, 248, 265, 270, 279, 291, 293; and see Church Commissioners

Ecton (Northants.), 56

Edge, Ric., 192

Edgeworth:
-, Honora, see Sneyd
-, Ric. Lovell, 171

Edial, Hen., prebendary of Gaia Minor, 66

Edial (in Burntwood), 195, 201–2, 205, 215, 218–20, 224, 227–8, 262–4
-, agric., 213–14, 292
-, chantry land, 212
-, chars., 228
-, Edial Farm, 202
-, Edial Hall, 209, 227; plate 49
-, Edial Hall Farm, 209
-, Edial Ho., 202, 207
-, Edial Ho. farm, 209–10
-, inds., 216
-, inn, 202
-, Kynchall moor, 212
-, Lichfield vicars choral land, 212
-, local govt., 217–18
-, mill, 215
-, pop., 202
-, schs., 209, 227
-, warren, 214

Edinburgh, 169, 219

Edmund of Langley, duke of York, 59

Edward I, 61

Edward II, 14, 59, 253
-, as Prince of Wales, 14

Edward III, 14

Edward IV, 14

Edward VI, 16, 67, 76

Edward VII:
-, as Prince of Wales, 29, 232
-, statue, 163

Egerton:
-, Sam., 242–4
-, Thos., later Vct. Brackley, 81

Eggington, Fra., 128

Elford, 206, 237–8, 240, 243, 251
-, bridge, 240, 251
-, ch., 52, 248, 252
-, fishing, 250
-, Hall, 169
-, mill, 240
-, overseers of poor, 250
-, rector, 250; and see Paget
-, sch., 252

Eliot:
-, Fra. Perceval, 29, 232, 235–6
-, Geo. (pseudonym), see Evans

Elizabeth I, 16, 45, 67, 165

Elizabeth II, 60

Elizabeth, queen of George VI, 166

Elizabeth of York, queen of Henry VII, 132

Elmhurst (in Curborough and Elmhurst), 37, 39, 112, 138, 207, 229, 231
-, agric., 235–6
-, Beans Farm, 233
-, Binns Farm, see Elmhurst: Red Brae Farm
-, the Bynds, 234–5
-, chantry land, 235
-, Christianfield, 38
-, Elmhurst Hall, 232–3, 267; plates 43–4
-, estate, 231–2, 234
-, Elmhurst Hall Farm, 232
-, Fullbrook farm, 233–4
-, greens, 229, 231
-, High Field Lodge, 233
-, Hunt's farm, 234
-, King's Field Ho., 229
-, Lea Grange, 138, 232, 234
-, Lichfield corp. land, 79, 233–4
-, Lichfield vicars choral land, 232, 234
-, local govt., 88, 236
-, Longway Ho., 144, 234
-, map, 230
-, mill, see Elmhurst: Seedy mill
-, mission room, 236–7
-, New Farm, 231, 236
-, pinfolds, 236
-, place name, 229
-, pop., 229
-, prot. nonconf., 158, 237
-, rabbit farm, 232
-, Red Brae Farm (formerly Binns Farm), 229, 234
-, sch., 178, 236–7
-, Seedy mill, 236
-, Stychbrook, 138, 229, 232, 234–5
-, Sunnyside Farm, 231
-, Tewnals Lane, 231
-, tithes, 138, 144, 235
-, turnpike rds., 231
-, village hall, 237

Elms, Winifred, 290

engineering, 127–8

Ensdale, Hugh, 235

Epstein, Jacob, 55

Erdeswick, Sampson, 52

Erdington, see Birmingham

Ernulf, canon of Lichfield, 68

Erpe:
-, Fra., 287
-, John, 287
-, Lettice, w. of Fra., 287

Espaigny, see Spany

Essex, earls of, see Cromwell; Devereux

Essex, see Brentwood; Ilford

Etchells, Fred., 147

Ethelbert, king of the East Angles, 6

Etocetum , see Letocetum

Eton, Adam, 212

Evans:
-, Job, 263, 271
-, Marian (George Eliot), 53, 180
-, Wm. (of Derby), 101
-, Wm. (of Ellastone), 53
-, Wm. (of Lichfield), 126

Everard, Anne, see Clerkson

Exeter, duke of, see Holand

Exeter:
-, bp., see Stafford
-, dioc., chancellor, see Weston

Exham, M. B. S., 65

Exhibition, Great (1851), 143

Eyton:
-, Adam, 212
-, Wm. de (? or Wm. Franceys), 51

Fairclough, W. H. H., vicar of Christ Ch., Lichfield, 177

Fairley, Thos., 215

Falconer:
-, Jas., prebendary of Ufton Decani, 65, 107
-, Dr. Wm., 107

Farewell, 79, 213
-, Chorley, 89, 138
-, Curborough Farm, see Alrewas
-, Farewell Hall, 211
-, Little Pipe (formerly in Curborough and Elmhurst), 70, 205, 211, 229, 288
-, man., 207–8, 217, 262–8, 282

Farewell and Chorley civil par., 195, 273, 278

Farewell priory, 69, 207–8, 214, 262, 265–7, 278–9, 282

Farmer, Bart., 246

Farquhar, Geo., 124, 165–6

Farrant, M. H. L., 256

farriers, 132

Fawcett:
-, Edw., 264
-, J. E., 264
-, T. W., 264

Fecknam (or Feckenham), John, 185

fellmongers, 121, 133, 190

feltmakers, 121

Fenton, 232

Fern:
-, John, 68, 125, 209
-, Rob., 125, 209

Festener, —, 164

fiddler, Hamon the, see Hamon

Fielding:
-, J. W. L., 209
-, Sir John, 103

Fiennes, Celia, 3, 19, 21–2, 115, 160

Finch, Dan., 93

Finney:
-, Edw., 192
-, Wm., 189

Fischer, K. H., 288

fisher:
-, Hen. the, see Henry
-, Nic. the, see Nicholas

fishermen, 115, 120, 239

Fisherwick, Rog. of, see Durdent

Fisherwick, Baron, see Chichester

Fisherwick, 237–52
-, agric., 248–50
-, the Bents, 240, 248
-, Bents farm, 249
-, bridges, 239–40, 251
-, canal, 240
-, constablewick, 251–2
-, Copes Lodge, 245
-, Dog Kennel (Lucas) Lodge, 244–5
-, Fisherwick Dairy farm (Home farm), 245, 249
-, Fisherwick Hall, 242, 243–4, 252; plates 45–7
-, Fisherwick Hall farm (Old Hall farm), 243–5, 249–50
-, Fisherwick Park farm (Jenny's Lodge farm), 245, 249
-, fishing, 250–1
-, fords, 240
-, Grove farm, 249
-, Hademore, 239–40
-, Hademore Belt, 244
-, Hademore farm, 240, 248–50
-, Hademore Lodge, 244–5
-, Holly Cottage, 240
-, home farm, 249; and see Fisherwick: Fisherwick Dairy farm
-, Horton, q.v.
-, hunting, 250
-, inc., 248–9
-, inds., 238–9, 251
-, Jenny's Lodge, 244–5, 249
-, Jenny's Lodge farm, see Fisherwick: Fisherwick Park farm
-, local govt., 251–2
-, Lucas Lodge, see Fisherwick: Dog Kennel Lodge
-, man., 241–5
-, map, 238
-, mills, 251
-, nonconf., 252
-, Old Hall farm, see Fisherwick. Fisherwick Hall farm
-, pks., 239–40, 244, 249, 251
-, pinfold, 252
-, place name, 239
-, pop., 239
-, prehistoric settlement, 239–40, 248, 251
-, rds., 239–40, 252
-, Romano-British settlement, 239, 248
-, Stubby Leas, 239, 243, 249–50
-, Tamhorn, q.v.
-, Timmor, q.v.
-, tithes, 248
-, tithings, 251–2
-, warren, 250
-, Woodhouse farm, 244, 249

Fisherwick brook (formerly Throxsall brook), 238, 244, 251

Fitzgerald:
-, Augusta, see Fremantle
-, Percy, 23
-, Sir Thos., 211

Fitzherbert:
-, Sir Ant., 84
-, Thos., prebendary of Weeford, 154

FitzRalph, Ric., dean of Lichfield, 153

Flanders, 54

Flavel:
-, Revd. John Webb, 264
-, Revd. Josiah Webb, 264
-, Thos. Wm., 264

flax dressers, see hemp and flax dressers

Fletcher,:
-, J. R., 210
-, John, 193
-, Mrs. M., 210

Flight & Robson, 143

Floyer:
-, John, 288
-, Sir John, 21, 79, 107, 130, 202
-, Mary, see Archbold
-, Sir Peter, 86
-, Revd. Trevor Burnes (formerly Jones), 288–9
-, and see Burnes Floyer

Foden, R. F., 277

football, 141, 145, 162, 203

Ford, Ric., 122

Fordiave:
-, Marg., m. John Sprott, 208
-, Ric., 212
-, Rog., 208

Forster:
-, Sir Chas., 261
-, Chas. Smith, 264
-, F. Villiers, 261
-, John, 264

Foster, E. J., 212

Fowler, Jas., 142–3

Fox:
-, Geo. (Quaker), 38, 157
-, Geo. (d. 1894), 232–4, 236–7

Fradley (in Alrewas), 240
-, heath, 161
-, Lichfield Auction Centre, 118
-, Royal Air Force stn., 108, 275

Fradswell (in Colwich), man., 188, 245, 253

France, 120
-, emigrés, 155
-, prisoners of war, 24, 155
-, and see Amiens; Boulogne; Calais; Crecy; Dunkirk; Gascony; Paris; Tours

Franceys, Wm. (? or Wm. de Eyton), 51

Freeford:
-, Eliz., m. John Bachecote, 254
-, (Sir) John, 253–4, 281
-, his w., 255
-, Marg., his dau., 254
-, Rob. of (fl. 1260s, 1289), 253, 257
-, Rob. of (early 14th cent.), 281
-, Wm. of (fl. 1242–3), 253
-, Wm. of (fl. 1294–1332), 253, 281

Freeford, 120, 136, 161, 253–8
-, agric., 111–12, 256–7
-, chapel, see Freeford: St. Leonard's leper hosp.
-, fishery, 257, 281
-, Freeford (Old Field) farm, 256–7
-, Freeford Hall, see Freeford: Freeford Manor
-, Freeford Ho., 253, 256
-, Freeford Manor (Freeford Hall), 255–6; plate 48
-, green, 253
-, Home farm, 256–7
-, local govt., 257–8
-, man., 250, 253–5
-, map, 254
-, mill, 257
-, North Lodge, 253
-, Old Field farm, see Freeford: Freeford farm
-, pk., 255
-, pool, 255, 257, 281
-, pop., 253
-, Princes Villa, 256
-, St. Leonard's leper hosp., 253, 256 chapel, 137, 256, 258
-, tithes, 256
-, tithing, 257
-, tollgate, 253
-, warren, 257
-, and see Lichfield: Freeford hamlet

Freeford prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

freemasons, 167

Fremantle:
-, Augusta, m. Sir. Thos. Fitzgerald, 211, 223
-, Sir Thos., Baron Cottesloe, 211

Friendless Girls, see Lichfield Ladies' Association; South Staffordshire Association

Friends (Quakers), 156–7, 223, 292, 294

Frodsham (Ches.), 71

Frome, Bishop's (Herefs.), 254

Frossard, C. E., rector of Hammerwich, 270

Fulfen:
-, Agnes, m. Ric. Bertrem, 279
-, John of, 279
-, Thos. of (fl. 1298), 279
-, Thos. (d. 1422–3), 279
-, Wm. of, 279

Fulfen (in Burntwood), 199, 220, 224
-, char., 228
-, Fulfin Ho., 210, 214, 224, 228
-, Nag's Head inn, 199, 213, 219
-, sch., 227
-, stocks, 219

Fulfen (in Streethay), 273, 275
-, agric., 280–1
-, canal, 276
-, Darnford, q.v.
-, fishpool, 281
-, Fulfen farm, 257, 279–81
-, green, 275
-, Lichfield vicars choral land, 279
-, local govt., 282
-, map, 274
-, pop., 275
-, tithes, 140, 279
-, tithing, 282
-, woodland, 280

Fulfen (one of the preceding two), 148

Fulfen brook, 273, 280

Full brook, 229

Fullelove (Fullelowe), Thos., 156

Fuller, Wm., rector of St. Chad's, Lichfield, 145

fullers and fulling mills, see clothworking

Furnivall, Frances Dorothy, 72, 176

G.K.N. Bound Brook Ltd., see Bound Brook Bearings Ltd.

Gaia, see Lichfield

Gaia prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Gaia Major and Minor prebends, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

gardener, Wal. the, see Walter

Garlick:
-, Alice, see Quinton
-, Jas., 288

Garrick:
-, David, 22, 24, 55, 125, 165, 227
-, Peter, 24, 68, 125

Gascony (France), 12

Gastrell:
-, Fra., vicar of Frodsham, 71
-, Jane, his w., see Aston

Gautherot, Eliz., 294

Gell, Sir John, 17

Gennings (Jenens):
-, Edm., St., 155
-, John, plate 21 (a)

Gentleshaw, see Longdon

Geoffrey de porta, 40

Geoffrey son of Alard, 277

Geoffrey son of Benet, 281

George V, as duke of York, 165

Gettings:
-, Annie, see Ker
-, J. S., 219

Gilbert:
-, Elias, 126, 216
-, Geo., 126
-, Hen., 127
-, John (fl. 1840s), 126
-, John (d. 1902), 127, 165, 169
-, Mary, w. of Elias, 216
-, Thos. (fl. 1744), 115
-, Thos. (d. 1798), 94
-, Wm., 127

Gillard:
-, Chas., 126
-, Mr. (? the same), 117

Gillson, Mary, 281

Gladman, John, 182

Gladwin:
-, John, 121
-, Ric., 122

glassmaking, 120
-, glaziers, 80, 132; and see Adam; John; William

Glaswright, John, 120

glaziers, see glassmaking

Gloucester, dchss. of, see Montagu-Douglas-Scott

Gloucester, 56, 143, 150

Gloucestershire, see Bourton on the Water

Glover, John, 181

glovers, see leather working

Glyn Dŵr, Owain, 12

Godfrey-Fausett, John, 70

Godsale, Thos., 214

Godwin, Jane, 277

goldsmiths, 119, 121, 133; and see Hugh and Robert

golf, 253

Goodwin:
-, R. G., 289
-, Sarah, 168

Gordon:
-, Rob., rector of Hammerwich, 269–70, 272; plate 52
-, W. F., 72

Gough, Sir Hen., 93

Gower, Baron and earls, see Leveson-Gower

Graham:
-, Harold, 87
-, John, canon of Lichfield, rector of St. Chad's, Lichfield, 145–6, 169

Grahame-White, Claude, 240

Granville, Earl, see Leveson-Gower

Gray:
-, Rog., 257
-, Sim., 257

Graysin Group, 215

Great Wyrley, see Wyrley, Great

Greatworth (Northants.), 206

Green:
-, Dan., 123
-, Harvey, 290
-, Jos., 123 n
-, Sam., 56
-, T. H., 184
-, Thos., 193

Greene:
-, John, 121
-, Ric. (d. 1793), 66, 71 n, 125, 130, 168–9
-, Ric. (fl. 1855), 71, 92, 130, 149, 175

Greenhill, see Lichfield

Greenhough, Ric., 209

Greenwich (Kent), 69, 93

Gregory IX, Pope, 10

Gregory:
-, Chas., 122
-, Greenwood, 193
-, Sam., 124

Grendon (Warws.), 93

Gresley:
-, Ann, see Scott
-, Maj. Fra., 234
-, Sir Nigel, 27, 80, 94
-, Ric., 71
-, Ric. de, 246
-, Sir Rog., 94
-, Sir Thos., 94
-, Wm., assistant curate at St. Chad's, Lichfield, prebendary of Wolvey, 71, 207, 234
-, fam., 246

Greville, Rob., Baron Brooke, 17, 169

Griffith:
-, Art., 125, 127–8
-, John, 125, 127–8
-, Phil., 125
-, Thos., 125
-, fam., 125

Grimley, Ric., 121

Grocott, B. J., 95

Grove (Notts.), 206

Guadeloupe (West Indies), 24

Guest, Thos., 158

gunmakers, 126

Guthrum, Danish king, 7

Gwilliam & Armstrong, 156

Gydnall, Ralph, 170

Hacket:
-, Sir And., 61
-, John, bp. of Lichfield and Coventry, 52, 55–7, 61, 65–6, 93, 156, 158, 231, 237

Haddon (in Bakewell, Derb.), 287

Hademore, see Fisherwick

Hadrian I, Pope, 6

hairdressers, 125–6
-, peruke makers, 125

Hales, John, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 14, 54, 61, 115

Halesowen abbey (Worcs.), 69, 71, 118, 279–80

Halfpenny:
-, Frank, 81, 158
-, Mary, his w., 83

Halifax (Yorks. W. R.), 232

Hall:
-, John (d. 1705), 294
-, John (fl. 1890, c. 1918), 124
-, John (d. later 1940s), 221
-, Thos. (or Laur. Loraine), Franciscan friar, 155, 222

Hambling, H. W., 227, 272–3

Hamer, Mrs. M., 237

Hamilton (Lanarks.), 216

Hamlet:
-, Jas., 128
-, John, 126
-, Ric., 126, 128

Hammersley:
-, F., 210
-, J. E., 210
-, John, 146

Hammerwich, Haminch (? Hamon) of, 262

Hammerwich, 195, 198–9, 204, 208, 220–1, 258–73
-, agric., 213, 266–8
-, allotment gdns., 268
-, Apple Tree Farm, 259, 261
-, Blackroot Ho. (Fair View), 259
-, Bleak Ho., 261
-, canals, 261, 268
-, chantry land, 265
-, chars., 228, 273
-, ch., 153, 228, 258, 265, 269–71, 293; plates 52–3
-, Church Lands char., 265, 271
-, constablewick, 268
-, Coppice Lane farm, 265
-, Coppy Nook, 259
-, Crane Brook Ho., 261
-, Elias Ashmole Ashmall Inst., 261
-, estates, 262–6
-, Fair View, see Hammerwich: Blackroot Ho.
-, Gartmore (ho.), 259
-, the Grange, 264
-, greens, 259
-, Hammerwich Hall farm, 262–3
-, Hammerwich Ho. (Hammerwich Hall), 263
-, Hammerwich Ho. farm, 263–4
-, Hammerwich Place farm, 264, 267
-, Hammerwich Square, 259, 269
-, heath, 213
-, hosp., 219, 269, 271
-, housing, 259, 261, 269
-, inc., 261, 266, 268
-, inds., 199, 215, 217, 259, 261, 267–8
-, Irish, 259, 271
-, Lamb's Lodge farm, 263, 267
-, Lichfield vicars choral land, 265
-, local govt., 268
-, par. council, 268–9, 273
-, map, 260
-, Middleton, 259
-, Mill Cottage, 263
-, mills, see Hammerwich: windmills
-, Muckley Corner, q.v.
-, Netherton, 259, 261, 267
-, New Town, q.v.
-, the Old farm, 264
-, the Old Rectory, 270, 272
-, Overton, 259, 264
-, Overton farm, 264
-, Overton Grange, 264
-, Overton Manor farm, 264
-, Overton Manor Ho., 264
-, pks., 267–8
-, perpetual curate, see Poole
-, pinfold, see Hammerwich: pound
-, place name, 259
-, the Plateau, 258
-, poor relief, 268–9; and see Hammerwich: chars.
-, pop., 259
-, post offices, 267, 269, 272
-, pound, 268
-, prot. nonconf., 271–2
-, public services, 268–9
-, rlys., 261
-, rector, 204; and see Frossard; Gordon
-, rds.: 261
-, Burntwood Rd., 259
-, Elder Lane, see Hammerwich: rds. (Lion's Den)
-, Hall Lane, see Hammerwich: rds. (Marebath Lane)
-, Hammerwich Rd. (Star of Sterre Lane), 198, 259
-, Highfields Rd. (Triangle Rd.), 261
-, Lion's Den (Elder Lane), 259
-, Marebath (Marble) Lane (Hall Lane), 259
-, Norton Lane, 259
-, Overton Lane, 258–9, 269
-, Pavior's Rd. (Pavier's Row), 261, 269
-, Pingle Lane, 259
-, Star (Sterre) Lane, see Hammerwich: rds. (Hammerwich Rd.)
-, Triangle Rd., see Hammerwich: rds. (Highfields Rd.)
-, Roman Catholicism, 271–2
-, schs., 224–6, 271–3
-, social and cultural activities, 261–2
-, tithes, 264–5
-, tithings, 268
-, Triangle, 261, 268–9, 271–2
-, warren, 266–7
-, windmills, 267
-, women's inst., 261

Hammerwich Water, see Black brook

Hammond:
-, Ric., 91
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Fettiplace Nott, 209
-, Thos., 79, 209
-, Thos., his s., 209

Hamon the fiddler, 262

Hamon the illuminator, 119

Hampshire, see Broadlands; Southampton

Hampton, Bevis (Boyce), 69, 279

Hamson, Sam., see Bradburne

Hamstead:
-, Nic. of, 208
-, Thos. of (d. by 1254), 208
-, Thos. of (fl. 1298), 208

Hanbury, John, 278

Hanbury, see Marchington Woodlands

Hanch Hall, see Longdon

Hanch reservoir, see Longdon

Hancox, Thos., 143

Hand:
-, Ann, w. of Geo., 69
-, Geo., 69, 129

Handsacre, Wm. of, see Tamhorn

Handsacre (in Armitage), 136, 246 n
-, High Bridges, 45

Handsworth, see Perry Hall

Hanley, 46

Hansacre prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Hanson, Thos., 270

Harborne prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Harcourt:
-, Eleanor, see Rugeley
-, John, 254
-, John, his grandson, 254
-, John (or Cooke), see Cooke
-, Marg., w. of John, 254
-, Ric., 277
-, Rob., 254, 277
-, his sons, 254
-, Thos., 278

Harding, Wm., 72

Hardwick:
-, Adam, 290
-, Jas., 53
-, John, vicar choral of Lichfield, 291

Hardwick, see Pipehill: Pipe Hardwick

Harehurst Hill, see Lichfield

Harewood, John, prebendary of Gaia Minor, 186

Harlaston (in Clifton Campville), Manor farm, 250

Harris:
-, Abra Maria, 180
-, Jos., 53
-, Ratcliffe, 126
-, Ric., 81, 126
-, W., 126

Harrison:
-, Rob., 223
-, W. B., 288–9
-, W. E., 288
-, Mr., and his s., 174

Harsnett, Maj., 17

Hartwell:
-, John (d. 1759), 122, 290
-, John (d. 1771), 122
-, John (d. 1798), 111, 122–3
-, Mary, 122–3
-, Rob., 122

Harwood, Thos., 80, 160, 169

Haselour, 195

Hassocks (in Keymer, Suss.), Belmont Sch., 72

Hastilow, Jas., 213

Hastings:
-, Frances, w. of Theophilus, earl of Huntingdon, 22
-, Col. Hen., 17
-, Lucy, w. of Ferdinando, earl of Huntingdon, 55

hatters, 81, 125

Haunton (in Clifton Campville), 277

Hawkes:
-, Cath., see Babington
-, Dorothy, 97
-, Wm., 141–2, 187–8, 192

Hawkesyard, see Armitage

Hawley:
-, Dorothy, see Ashwood
-, Hen., 208
-, Sir Hen., 208

Haworth, Marg., 191

Hawrytt, Wm., 78

Hawthorne, Nat., 29, 32

Haycock:
-, Albert, 103
-, Jos., 272

Hayes, Sam., 153

Hayley, Wm., 23

Hayward, Sam., 126

Haywood, see Colwich

Health, Min. of, 210

Heap, John, 124

Heath:
-, Edith Mary, see Martin
-, Sam., 151
-, Wm., 262, 271, 273
-, Wm., his father, 262

Hector:
-, Benj., 130
-, Brooke, 130
-, Edm., 130
-, Geo., 91, 130
-, Mary, 192

Heddle, John, 95

Heighington, Musgrave, 164

Heighway, Sam., 106

hemp and flax dressers, 121, 123

Henrickson, John, 122–3

Henrietta Maria, queen of Charles I, 17

Henry II, 45, 85, 207, 262, 278 as Duke Henry, 10

Henry III, 45, 49

Henry IV, 12, 14
-, as Henry Bolingbroke, earl of Lancaster, 59

Henry V, 12

Henry VII, 95, 132, 206
-, as Henry Tudor, earl of Richmond, 12

Henry, s. of Henry II, 9

Henry of Grosmont, earl of Derby, 12

Henry son of Walter, 257
-, Ric., his s., 257

Henry the bookseller, 119

Henry the fisher, 250

Henwood priory (Warws.), 69

Herckenrode abbey (Belgium), 52

Hercy:
-, Eliz., see Stanley
-, Sir John, 206
-, fam., 114

Herefordshire, see Dinedor; Frome, Bishop's

Heringes, Wm., 137

Herman, Ian, 209

Heronville:
-, Alice, see Timmor
-, Hen., 245
-, Joan, m. 1 John Leventhorp, 2 Hen. Beaumont, 245
-, John, 245
-, Marg., w. of Hen., 245

Hertfordshire, see Barnet; St. Albans abbey

Heveningham:
-, Bridget, m. Sir Jas. Simeon, 206
-, Chris. (d. 1574), 114, 206, 262
-, Chris. (fl. 1688), 206
-, Dorothy, 206
-, Erasmus, 206
-, Sir John, 139
-, Mary, see Moyle
-, (Sir) Wal., 187, 206, 213
-, Wal., 206–7, 216
-, fam., 222

Heveningham (Suff.), 206

Hewitt:
-, Chas., 125
-, H. H., 87
-, Hen., 68, 125
-, John, precentor of Lichfield, 169

Heywood:
-, Thos., dean of Lichfield, 11–12, 52, 54–6, 62, 138, 141, 154, 186
-, Thos., 146
-, fam., 146

Heywood-Lonsdale, A. P., 53

Heyworth, Wm., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 13, 154

Hickson, Thos., 294

High Bridges, see Handsacre

Hill:
-, Edw., 288
-, Hugh, 234
-, John (fl. 1511), 288
-, John (fl. 1571), 288
-, John (fl. 1619), 288
-, John (d. 1667), 70
-, John, his s., 70
-, Ric., chantry priest, 140
-, Ric., 234
-, Rob., 288–9, 293
-, Sir Rowland (d. 1783), 94
-, Sir Rowland (d. 1879), 221
-, Rowland, and his w., 221
-, Sam., 93, 242–4
-, Ursula, see Clayton
-, Wm., 234
-, Zachary (d. 1656), 234
-, Zachary (d. 1714), 234, 237
-, his w., 234
-, Zachary (? another), 234, 237
-, Zachary (fl. 1782), 288

Hill Ridware, see Ridware, Mavesyn

Hillary:
-, Eliz., 241
-, Joan, 241
-, Marg., w. of Sir Rog., 241
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1356), 241, 250
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1400), 241

Hills, Art., 263

Hilton, Capt. Rob., 288

Hilton (in St. Peter's, Wolverhampton), 208

'Himersiche' (unidentified), 265

Hinckes (formerly Davenport):
-, Harry Tichborne, 70
-, Ralph Tichborne, 70

Hinckley:
-, Art. (d. 1862), 129
-, Art. (d. 1889), 70, 72, 151
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Jesson, 158
-, Ellen Jane, see Woodhouse
-, Fred., 129
-, John, vicar of Sheriffhales and of Woodcote, 62
-, Ric., 69–70, 129, 151, 177, 208
-, Thos. (d. 1817), 129
-, Thos. (d. 1837), 69–70, 129

Hinckley, Birch & Exham, 129

Hinckley, Brown & Crarer, 129

Hinckley (Christ Church) Trust, see Lichfield: chs. (Christ Ch.)

Hinde, Geo., 170

Hinton:
-, Eliz., 95
-, Rog., 190
-, Thos., perpetual curate of St. Chad's, Lichfield, 71

Hinton Brown Langstone, 142

Hints, 211, 250

Hints prebend, see Lichfield cathedral: prebends

Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission, 285

Hitchcock, Thos., 123

Hobbiss, W., & Partners, 66

Hobstone Hill, see Burntwood

Hodges, Frank, 95

Hodgkins:
-, Geo., 269
-, John, 267

Hodnet (Salop.), 93

Hodson:
-, Mrs. E. M. R., 208
-, Geo., vicar of St. Mary's, Lichfield, 140
-, H. C., 207–8
-, Thos. (attorney), 129
-, Thos. (nailer), 220

Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. M. J., 210

Holand, John de, duke of Exeter, 59

Holcroft, Wm., 16

Holdich, Geo., 56

Holding, Matt., 152

Holgate, J. A., 245

Holland:
-, Chas., 71
-, Ric. (d. 1835), 277
-, Ric. (fl. 1869), 277
-, Wm. (d. 1784), 277
-, Wm. (d. 1839), 277
-, Wm. (d. 1887), 276–7

Hollinshead:
-, Art., 232
-, Geof., 233, 235
-, Herb., 233
-, W., 234

Holmes:
-, Art., 124
-, Chas., 124
-, Herb., 124
-, John, 249–50
-, Wm. (fl. 1674), 193
-, Wm. (fl. 1848), 124
-, Miss, 294

Holmes & Butcher, 124

Holmes & Co., 124

Holmes & Turnor, 124

Holt, G. H., 262

Holte, Sir Lister, 79, 94

Homer, Mrs. S. E., 221

Hong Kong, 272

Hopkins, Ant., 166

Hopton Heath, battle of, 17

Hopwas Hays wood, see Tamhorn

Horbury (Yorks. W.R.), 92

Horne:
-, Geo., 262
-, Reg., 262

Horton, Wal., canon of Lichfield, 65

Horton (in Fisherwick), 239–40, 250
-, agric., 248, 250
-, local govt., 251–2
-, man., 247
-, place name, 240–1
-, tithes, 248

hosiers, 133

Hospital Sunday, 269

Hospys, Reg., vicar of St. Mary's, Lichfield, prebendary of Pipa Parva, 138

Hough, John, bp. of Lichfield and Coventry, 96

Houldcroft, Geo., 112

Hoveringham Gravels Ltd., 246

Hoveringham Group Ltd., 247

Howard:
-, Chas. (d. 1717), 122
-, Chas. (d. 1771), 65
-, Eliz., see Tilney
-, F. G. (formerly Upton), 243, 250
-, Hon. Hen. Edw. John, dean of Lichfield, 51 n, 55, 144, 149
-, his w., 53
-, Isabella, m. John Campbell, Baron
-, Cawdor, 232
-, Mary, w. of F. G., 243
-, R. B., 243–4, 251–2
-, Thos., earl of Surrey and duke of Norfolk, 241
-, Mr. or Mrs., 187

Howdle, E., 210

Howis, Jos., 123

Hubbard, C. E., rector of St. Michael's, Lichfield, 149

Hubbock, Thos., curate of St. Michael's, Lichfield, 139

Huddlesford, see Whittington

Hugh the goldsmith, 119

Hugh the mason, 120; ? same as Dale, Hugh de la, q.v.

Hughes, W. J. S., 246

Hulme:
-, Dan., 209
-, Hilda, 290
-, Jos., 290

Hulton:
-, Hawise, w. of Rob. de, 147
-, Rob. de, 147, 278
-, Rob., his s., 147

Humber, river, 6

Humphreys, Isaac, 175

Hunt, Thos., 234

Hunter, Revd. Dr. Peter Hay, 169 his w., 169

hunting, 250, 285–6

Huntingdon, ctsses. of, see Hastings

Hussey:
-, Eliz., 222
-, Eliz., see Jesson
-, Fowke, 211
-, Phineas, 111, 211
-, Ric., 278
-, Sybilla, m. Thos. Ware Cooper, 211

Hyde, Anne, m. James, duke of York (later James II), 56

Hygeberht, bp., later abp., of Lichfield, 6

Ilford (Essex), 182

illuminator, Hamon the, see Hamon

Imperial Chemical Industries plc, 251

Ind Coope & Allsopp, 128

India, see Madras

Indies, West, see Barbados; Guadeloupe

Inge, Wm., 70–1

Ingestre, Adam, 132

Ingestre, 22

Insley, Sam., 267

insurance companies, see Birmingham Fire Office; Lancashire Insurance Co.; Sun Fire Office

Iona (Scotland), 6

Ireland, 6, 24, 46, 73, 109, 116, 118, 121, 242
-, Armagh, abp. of, see Ussher
-, Dublin, abp. of, see Cranley
-, and see Antrim; Ulster

Irish, see Burntwood; Chasetown; Hammerwich; Lichfield

Isabella, queen of Edward II, 59

Jackson:
-, Anne, see Quinton
-, Edw. (d. 1725), 290
-, Edw. (d. 1760), 290–1
-, Edw. (d. 1830), 262, 290–1
-, Harold, 128
-, Hen. (d. 1694), 290
-, Hen. (d. 1727), 290
-, John, 125, 169
-, John (formerly Pavier), 261–2, 264–5, 272–3, 291, 294
-, Mary, w. of Edw., 290–1
-, Sarah, see Porter
-, Thos. (d. prob. early 1780s), 290
-, Thos. (d. 1794), 290
-, Thos. (formerly Pavier), 262, 291
-, Wm. (d. before 1674), 145
-, Wm. (fl. 1736), 287
-, Wm. (d. 1798), 129, 202
-, Wm. (fl. 1815), 125
-, fam., 290
-, and see Smith Jackson

Jacobites, see Lichfield

Jake, Joyce, 246

James I, 76, 84

James II, 24, 76, 79 as duke of York, 52

James, Hen., 3, 32

Jarman:
-, Marg., w. of Ralph, 254
-, Ralph, 111, 254

Jasson:
-, Sebastian (d. 1710–11), 210
-, Sebastian, his nephew, 210
-, Sim. (d. 1653), 209
-, Sim. (d. 1667–8), 209–10
-, Mr., 211
-, and see Jesson

Jehovah's Witnesses, 158–9

Jenens, see Gennings

Jesson:
-, Anna Maria, m. Thos. Mason, 211
-, Eliz., m. Fowke Hussey, 211
-, Eliz., see Hinckley
-, Wm. (fl. 1650s, 1686), 79, 158, 173
-, Wm. (fl. 1728), 211
-, Mr., 211
-, and see Jasson

Jews, 33

John, King, 45

John the glazier, 120

Johnson:
-, And., 91
-, Benj., 91
-, Cath., 91
-, Geo., 126
-, Jas. (fl. 1859–60), 123
-, Jas. (fl. 1887), 169
-, Jos., 126
-, Mic., 23, 91, 121–2, 125, 146, 149, 169
-, Nat., 125, 149
-, Ric., 70
-, Dr. Sam., 1, 21–3, 71, 99, 130, 146, 149, 163, 171, 173
-, birthplace, 169, 181
-, at Edial, 227
-, memorial in Lichfield cath., 55
-, statue, 23; plate 25
-, Sarah, w. of Mic., 125, 149
-, Thos. (d. 1853), 47, 100, 131, 146, 149, 152, 182
-, Thos. (d. 1865), 131
-, Zachary, rector of Seal, 70
-, fam., 146

Johnson & Son, 117

Johnson Society, 72, 169

Jones:
-, Trevor, 130
-, Revd. Trevor Burnes, see Floyer

Jones & Co., 46, 101

Jordan, Dorothea, 166

Joseph Rank Benevolent Trustees, 223

judicial combat, 11

Kay, Col. Geo., 291

Kean, Edm., 166

Kedger, see Kidger

Keen:
-, Sam., 100
-, fam., 100

Keene:
-, Steph., 115
-, —, 143

Kemble:
-, Rog., 165
-, Sarah, see Siddons

Kempthorne, John Augustine, bp. of Lichfield, 62

Kendall:
-, Chas., 262
-, Theophila, m. Job Reading, 262, 273

Kenilworth (Warws.), 16, 71

Kenning Motor Group, 115

Kent, J. T., 210

Kent, see Buckwell; Canterbury; Greenwich; Leybourne Grange; Tunbridge Wells

Ker, Annie, m. J. S. Gettings, 219

Kidger (Kedger):
-, John, 157
-, Joshua, 157
-, Ric., 181

Kimberley, Jonathan, dean of Lichfield, 58

King:
-, Greg., 23, 39, 181
-, Sir John, 187

King's Bromley, see Bromley, King's

King's Evil, 79, 130

King's Own Staffordshire Militia, 1st, see militia

Kingsbury (Warws.), 291

Kirk, John, Rom. Cath. priest, 155, 176, 222

Kiss, Wm., 143

Kniveton:
-, Jane, 207, 254
-, Wm., 254

Knutton, Steph. of, 119

Kynardessey, Master John de, prebendary of Eccleshall, 186

Kynchall:
-, Wm., 212
-, fam., 201