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Lacheford, Alice, see Dande; Thos., 161

Lacy, Cicely, 195; Jn., 195; Wm., and his w. Isabel, 195; fam., 195; see also Lucy

Lamb, Amy, see Alberd; Frank, 196; Jas., 196; Rob., 274; Wm., 196

Lambeth (Lond.), 284

Lambert, Edith, see Higgs

Lambourne, Chris. of, 277; Maud, dau. of Hen. of, (?) m. Gervase le Halleward, 277; fam., 277

Lambourne, 39, 52, 277, 290

Lampet, Eliz., see Standish; Thos., Kt., 161

Lancashire, see St. Helens

Lancaster, duchy of, 118, 119, 122

Landon, H. R., 259

Langley, Hen., 276; Kath., see Urswick; Thos., Bp. of Durham, 121

Langridge, Bart., 160, 167; Gillian, m. Jn. Fresshe, 143, 167; Helen, m. — Babington, 159; Jn. (fl. 1380), 160; Jn. (fl. c. 1500), 159; Mat. and his w. Marg., 160; Thos., 159; Wal. (fl. 1424), and his w. Marg., 160; Wal. (fl. 15th cent.), 159; Wm., 143, 160; fam., 143

Langridge (Waterford Hall), in Nazeing, 140, 142–5, 160, 167

Latton, see Mark Hall

Laud, Wm., Abp. of Canterbury, 133, 173

Laurie, Ann, 274

Lavender, —, tenant, 252

Laver, High, 122, 125

Lavington, Market (Wilts.), 274

Lawes, (Sir) Jn. Bennet, 242; Chemical Co., 248

Laxton, Anne, m. Sir Thos. Lodge, 207; Joan, 207; Sir Wm., 207

Layer Marney, Ch., 229

Lea, riv., 4, 23, 33, 35, 37–40, 62, 79, 93, 94, 97, 100, 105, 106, 126, 127, 142, 144, 146, 151, 163, 164, 165–7; bridges, 74, 140, 153, 173; Cheshunt Mill Stream, 166; Cornmill Stream, 165–6; drainage, 41, 43, 76, 169; fisheries, 107, 146, 160, 166; floods, 77; King's Stream, 153; Lea Navigation, 22, 23, 146, 153, 165–6; mills, 145, 164–6; Old River, 163, 165–6; Small River, 163, 165; transport, 22, 155, 166; water supply, 76, 166–7

Lea Bridge (Lond. and Essex), 27, 28, 38, 79; rly. stn., 23–25; trams, 27, 28

Lea Bridge District Gas Co., 45, 46, 75

Lee Conservancy (Catchment) Bd., 35, 42–44, 77–79, 167; see also River Lee Trust

Lee Valley Water Co., 141

Lee, Geo., 206; see also Leigh

Leftley, J. R., 245

Le Gros, David, 286

Leicester (Leycestre), Jn., 195; Jos., 61

Leicester, earls of, see Dudley

Leicestershire, 143; see also Wanlip

Leigh (Lee), Edw. (d. 1691), 103; Edw. (fl. 1709), 103; Joan, 103; Marg., 111; Mary, 111; Rob. (d. bef. 1567), 102, 103; Sir Rob. (d. 1612), 102, 103, 111; Rob. (d. 1673), 102, 103, 109, 111; Rob. (fl. 1691), 103; fam., 103 n, 109, 111; see also Lee

Leonard, Alice, 234

Lescher, Edw., 245

Lester & Pack, bell-founders, 227

Lesturmy, Edm., 161; Sir Jn., and his w. Maud, 161; Rob., 161

Lethieullier, Chas., 192; Jn., 198, 206, 211, 286, 289; Mary, m. (Sir) Edw. Hulse, 192; Smart, 189, 192, 206, 211, 222, 223 n, 290; fam., 211

Leverton, Rebecca, 177, 179; Thos., 177, 178, 179

Lewis, Jas., 143; Rob., Rector of Chingford, 110; Rob., Vicar of Nazeing, 148

Leythorne, Sim. de, Vicar of West Ham, 209

Leycestre, Jn., see Leicester

Leyton, 4, 5, 12, 13, 33, 81 n, 181, 182, 290; bus svce., 73; ch., 59; clubs, 88, 89; co-op. soc., 60; drainage, 43, 44, 76, 77; elec., 46, 47; ents., 88; gas, 45; housing, 48–51, 65–67, 82–84; incomes, 87; inds., 17, 68, 254; inf. mort., 84; Jews, 59; level, 33; Leytonstone, 38, 48, 55, 57; loc. govt., 36, 80; motor-bus, 29; noncf., 59; occs., 53, 70; parks, 51, 52; police, 34; pop., 3, 6–8, 18–21, 55, 64, 65, 91; pub. hos., 58, 85; rly., 25, 72; roads, 29; sch., 55–57; shops, 54, 55, 85; sport, 62, 88; trams, 27, 28, 73; water, 40; W.E.A., 86; see also Cann Hall; Ruckholts

Liberator Building Society, 97, 206

Lichfield, bps. of, see Overall

Liddell, Rob., Vicar of Barking, 226, 227

Lightfoot, Hugh, s. of Rog., 199

Limehouse (Lond.), 260

Lincolnshire, see Deeping Fen

Lippiat Park (Gloucs.), 193

Liston, Joan de, see Firstling; Wm. de, 274

Litlington, Rob. of, 275

Littlebury, Jn., 273

Liverpool, pub. hos., 58

Liverpool Street stn. (Lond.), 19, 24, 25, 71, 72

Liza of Lambeth, 108

Lloyd (Yale), Joan, 208; Jonathan, Vicar of Dagenham, 295

Lock, Nich., Vicar of Nazeing, 148

Lockey, Abigail, see Barnes; Jn., the elder, 192; Jn., the younger (d. 1714), 192; Wm., 192

Lodge, Anne, see Laxton; Oliver, Lecturer of Barking, 226, 247; Sir Oliver, scientist, 226; Sir Thos., 207; Wm., 208; fam., 208

Loft, Thos., 133, 135, 138, 139

Lomas, Hen., 209; Jn., 209; Marg., m. Jas. Johnson, 209; Mary, m. (1) Pet. Howard, (2) Wm. Roson, 209

London, 1, 13, 19–22, 24, 25, 34–37, 52, 62, 78, 149, 272, 274–8; brewing, 166; City of, 35, 51, 52, 66, 108, 117, 128, 130, 167, 187, 193, 239, 286, 290; coach svces, 23, 114, 117, 155; docks, 61, 186, 188; drainage, 41–44, 77, 243, 283; elec., 75; fish trade, 240; gas, 14, 44, 45; Guildhall, 286; horse buses, 27; inds., 3, 4, 15, 16, 18, 67, 241; Jews, 260; loc. govt., 79, 80; mkts., 128–9, 165, 216, 258, 282–3, 289; merchants, 216; motor buses, 28, 29; noncf., 233, 260; occs., 68, 184, 237, 251; pop., 2, 3, 4, 6, 7; Port of, 10, 12, 74, 241, 286; rlys., 12, 23, 24– 26, 27, 71, 72, 141, 269; river transport, 22; roads, 29, 74, 138, 186; shops, 54, 216; Tower of, 189; trade, 4, 166, 239; trams, 27, 28; transport, 70–74, 166; water, 38, 39, 166; wool trade, 4 n; see also Aldersgate; Aldgate; Bethlehem Hosp.; Bethnal Green; Billingsgate; Blackwall; Bow; Bridewell Hosp.; Bromley; Christ's Hosp.; Clapton; East London Waterworks Co.; Fenchurch Street stn.; Greater London Council; Greater London Regional Planning Committee; Greenwich; Haberdashers Company; Hackney; Hammersmith; Lambeth; Lea Bridge; Limehouse; Liverpool Street stn.; Merchant Taylors' Sch.; Metropolis Sewage … Co.; Metropolitan Board of Works; Metropolitan Police; Metropolitan Water Board; Middle Temple; Mile End; Moorfields; North East Metropolitan Hospital Bd.; North Metropolitan Electric … Supply Co.; Old Ford; Peckham; Poplar; Port of London Authority; Port of London Sanitary Authority; Poulterers' Company; Putney; Royal London Ophthalmic Hosp.; St. Anthony's Hosp.; St. Nicholas Olave; St. Pancras; St. Paul's; Shadwell; Shoreditch; Soho; Stepney; Tottenham; Trinity House; Wapping; Westminster; Whitechapel; Willesden; Woolwich; Woolwich, North

London, (ld.) mayors of, 189, 286; see also Bowes; Fowke; Harvey; Hayward; Merttins; Osborne; Otteley; Swinnerton

London, bps. of, 133, 135, 170, 175, 223, 226, 230, 259, 294; see also Blomfield; Erkenwald; King; Maurice

London, dioc. of, 292

London, county of, 36, 58, 65, 68, 78–81, 243

London County Council, 22, 28, 34, 36, 37, 42, 44, 51, 52, 78, 194, 209, 273, 278, 279, 280, 290; drainage, 77; housing, 65, 66, 83–85, 99, 102, 112, 184, 237, 242, 251, 259, 267, 270, 272, 294, 299; loc. govt., 79– 81; trams, 73; see also Greater London Council

London boroughs, see Barking; Havering; Newham; Redbridge; Waltham Forest

London and Blackwall Rly., 24, 188

London and Home Counties Joint Electricity Authority, 75, 76, 79

London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee, 71, 74, 81

London and North Eastern Rly., 71, 72

London and St. Katharine Docks Co., 10

London Co-operative Soc. 60

London Dock Co., 37

London Electricity Bd., 76, 256

London General Omnibus Co., 23, 29, 73

London Itinerant Soc., 112, 231, 260, 298 n

London, Midland, and Scottish Rly., 71

London Missionary Soc., 298

London Passenger Transport Bd., 71, 73, 81, 189

London, Tilbury and Southend Rly., 12, 23, 26, 72, 188, 269, 281, 284

Long, Sir Jas., Bt., 205

Longe, Jn., 212

Longespeé, Emeline, 101

Lorimer, Goscelin the, 190

Loughton, 99, 181; agric., 214; elec., 75; loc. govt., 80; man., 107, 149; noncf., 137, 149–50, 176; police, 34; rly., 24, 25, 72, 117, 128; roads, 116

Loveday, Sam., 260

Lovell, Isabel, see de Ros; Sir Thos., 101

Lovett, Josias, 175

Loving, Wm. G., 158; Mrs., 158

Low Countries, 197; see also Holland

Lowell, Jn., 195

Loxford (Loxfordbury), in Ilford, 30, 185, 187, 189, 191, 192, 201, 206–7, 211, 212, 216, 217, 224, 227, 228, 252, 294

Loxford Water (Halywellbrooke, Seven Kings Water), riv., 185, 187, 267

Lucas, Jn. (d. 1556), 208; Jn. (fl. 1630), and Eliz. his w., 208; Sir Thos. (d. 1611), 208; Thos. (d. 1625), 208; fam. 208 n

Luco, Master Jn. de, 103, 107

Lucy, Agnes, 195; Sir Reynold, 195; Susanna, see Fanshawe; Tim., 279; fam., see also Lacy

Lukyn, Geof., 104

Lyes, Thos., 121

Lynne, Laur., 278

Lysons, D., 189

Lytell, Jn., 273, 295

McDowell, Revd. Benj., 209; Mary, see Johnson

Mackie, J., 159

McNamara, —, 23

Maddox, Ben., 143

Madells (Marles), in Epping, 94, 116, 118, 119, 125, 126

Madle (Mascle, Masle), Geof. le, 126; Osbert (fl. bef. 1135), 126; Osbert (fl. 1201), 126; Ric. (fl. c. 1130), 126; Ric. (fl. c. 1230), 126; Wm. le, 126; fam., 126

Madras (India), see Fort St. George

Magdalen Hall, Oxford, principals of, see Wilkinson

Maidstone, Vctss., see Heneage, Eliz.

Maldon, Agnes de, m. Nich. de Heyle, 125; Thos. de, and Joan his w., 125; Wm. de, 125; fam., 125

Malet, Ric., 223

Mallinson, Sir Wm., Bt., 263

Malmaynes, Alice, 207; Hen., 207; Joan, m. Jn. Rigby, 207; Jn. (fl. 1316), 207; Jn. (fl. 1373), 207; Jn. (fl. 1401), 194; Jn. (fl. 1456), 197, 207; Rob., 207; Rose, see Deu; fam., 197, 207

Malmaynes, in Barking, 191, 192, 194, 197, 199, 207–8, 215

Manchester, earls of, see Montagu

Mandeville, Geof. de (d. c. 1100), 94, 103; Geof. de (d. 1144), Earl of Essex, 156

Manley, Geo., Vicar of Nazeing, 146, 148; Dr. Jn., 213

Manners, Thos., Ld. Ros, later Earl of Rutland, 101

Manning, Jn., 107; Ralph, 107; Ric., 107; Wm., 107; fam., 107

Manor Park, in East Ham, Jews, 59; trams, 27, 28; see also Ilford, Little

Manser, Alf., 149

Mansfield House Settlement, in Canning Town, in West Ham, 60

Marchant, Eliz., see Smythe; Nich., 241; Sam. (d. 1717), 193, 213; Sam. s. of Sam., 213

Mardyke, see Beam

Mare, C. J., shipbuilder, 15

Margaretting, 274; see also Fristling

Marini, Hugh de, Dean of St. Pauls, 94

Mark Hall, in Latton, 126

Markets, 114, 127, 129, 165, 168, 217–18, 220, 231

Markland, Hannah, 196

Marks, in Dagenham, later in Havering, 267, 268, 270, 272, 275– 277, 280, 282, 283, 289, 290, 291, 292, 296

Marks Gate, in Dagenham and Ilford, 267, 270, 272, 283, 290; ch., 296; housing estate, 294; noncf., 261, 298; sch., 299, 300, 301

Marles, see Madells

Marney, Hen., Ld. Marney, 229

Marshall, Nich., 203; Ralph, 203

Marshalls, in Romford, 273

Marshes, 14–15, 33, 106, 108, 113, 145–6, 151, 163, 184–5, 187–8, 215–16, 238–40, 267, 282–9

Marter, Maj.-Gen. R. J. C., 133; Mrs., 133; fam., 133

Martin, Vicar of Barking, 223

Martin, Eliz., m. (1) J. Rougemont, (2) G. Ernst, 205; Jas., 204, 205; Jn., 143; Jos., 143; Sarah, m. Wm. Hibbit, 205; Thos., 143; Wm., 143; fam., 204

Marton, Oliver, 126

Martyn, Lomax, 159

Marwe, Jn., 160; Wal., 160

Mary I, 102, 118, 122, 294

Mascle, see Madell

Masle, see Madell

Mason, Eliz., see Sotheby; Nash, 162; Rob., 178–9; Wm., architect, 296

Massachusetts (U.S.A.), 141

Matthew, Jn., Vicar of Nazeing, 160

Matthews, Joachim, 230

Maud, Empress, 156

Maud, queen of Hen. I, 118, 156, 164–5, 171

Maud, queen of Stephen, 156

Maugham, Somerset, 108

Maurice, Bp. of London, 227

May, F., 280; fam., 280

May & Baker, Ltd., 285

Mayes Brook (Heavywaters), 185

Mayhew, Jn., 286

Maynard, Sir Hen., 194

Mead, Clement, 201; Wm., 232

Meadows, common, 106, 145–6, 163, 215, 217, 282

Mears, C. & G., bell-founders, 227; Thos., bell-founder, 296

Meath, Bps. of, see Dodd

Medcalf, —, lessee, 103

Meeson, Ric., 243 n

Meggs, Wm. (d. 1598), 273; Wm. (fl. 1601), 273

Mellish, Wm., 97, 108

Menevia, Bp. of, see Petit

Merchant Taylors' Sch. (Northwood, Mdx., formerly in Lond.), headmaster of, 280

Meredith, Thos. (fl. 1733), 205; Thos. (fl. 1781), 205

Merk, Ingram de, 275; Kath. de, 277; Margery de, 277; Rob. de and his w. Rose, 275; Sim. de, 275, 277; Thos. de, 277; fam., 275, 277

Merry, Ant., 125; Ric., 125; Sarah, see Foster

Mershe, Jn., 121

Merton, Alice de, Abbess of Barking, 274

Merttins, Sir Geo., Ld. Mayor of Lond., 280; Hen., 280; Jn. Hen., 280; Mary, m. Rob. Bird, 280

Metcalfe, W. C., 132 n

Metropolis Sewage and Essex Reclamation Co., 216

Metropolitan Bd. of Works, 34–36, 41, 42

Metropolitan Essex since 1850, 1–92

Metropolitan Police, 34, 79, 80, 109, 168, 222, 293

Metropolitan Water Board, 39, 40, 76, 79, 80, 100, 170, 243, 256

Meyer, C. A., 262

Michel, Jn., 275

Middle Temple (Lond.), 274

Middlesex, earls of, 122; see also Cranfield; Sackville

Middlesex, 23, 194, 286; drainage, 77; pop., 6, 7; see also Bromley; Cricklewood; Edmonton; Edmonton Poor Law Union; Enfield; Hackney; Hampton; Hayes; Homerton Coll.; Kentish Town; Park Royal; Ponders End; Rammey Marsh; Southgate; Staines; Stepney; Sunbury; Tottenham; Whitechapel; Willesden

Middlesex County Council, 78

Middlesex and Essex Turnpike Trust, 32, 186, 268

Middleton, Ann, Lady, see Hodges; Sir Jn. Lambert, Bt., 193; Sir Wm., Bt., 193; see also Monck

Midland Rly., 26, 71, 188

Midwinter, Edw., 211

Mildmay, Anne, 276; Carew Hervey (d. 1784), 276; Carew (later Hervey alias Mildmay), 276; Humph., 276; Jane, m. Sir Hen. Paulet St. John (later St. John Mildmay), 276; fam., 270, 272, 283, 289, 290

Mile End, in Stepney (Mdx., later Lond.), 37, 57, 109; noncf., 232

Mille, Jn., 274; Wm., 274

Miller, Thos. (fl. 1740), 196; Thos. (fl. 1782), 196; fam., 196, 197

Mills, And. Moffat, 198; Sir Thos., 198; Wal., 207; see also Moffat

Minns, Chas., 132

Mitchell, J. H., 208

Mobberley (Ches.), ind., 254, 255

Moese, Margery de, see Weyland

Moffat, And., 198, 214; — m. Sir Thos. Mills, 198

Molendino, Phil. de, 165

Molyns, Eleanor de, 275

Monck (formerly Middleton), Sir Chas., 193

Monins, J. H., 196, 205; Jn. (fl. 1780), 196; Revd. Jn. (fl. 1847), 196; fam., 196

Monk, Wm., 103

Monkhams, in Waltham Holy Cross, 154, 159–60, 163

Monoux, Sir Geo., 104

Montacute (Som.), 151

Montagu, Anne, m. Sir Dudley (later Ld.) North, 198; Sir Chas., 198, 227; Edw., Earl of Manchester, 157; Eliz., m. Sir Chris. Hatton, 198; Jn., Earl of Sandwich, 289; Marg., see Hay; Mary, m. Sir Edw. Byshe, 198

Montfitchet, Ric. de, 182

Moore, D. H., 245; Edm., 210; Jn. J. S., Vicar of Dagenham, 294, 296; Stewart, 294; Thos. C., 294

Moorfields (Lond.), ch. of St. Mary, 263

More, Dagge, 201; Mary, see Cherriton; Ric. atte, 160; Rob., 201; fam., 160

Mores and Ansteys, in Waltham Holy Cross, 154, 157, 160–1

Morgan, Hen., 209; Julian, 209, 210; Ric., 174; Wal., and his w. Jane, 209; —, smack owner, 240; fam., 155; see also Wolfe

Morice, Fran., 226

Morley, ld., see Parker

Mornington, earls of, see Wellesley-Pole

Morrante, Edm., 279

Morris & Co., stained glass by, 229

Morton, Thos., Bp. of Chester, 196

Moss, Archer, 283; fam., 283

Mott, Jn., 282

Mountjoy, Dorothy, see Say; Gertrude, m. Hen. Courtenay, Marq. of Exeter, 160; Wm., Ld. Mountjoy, 160

Moyer, Benj., 102; Frances, see Boothby; Lydia, m. Jn. Heathcote, 102

Mullynges, Ralph, and his w. Joan, 161

Mumford, Chas., 190

Munday, Ric., 178

Murch, Spencer, 175

Murray, Wm., 224

Museums, 108, 174, 202, 278, 280, 294

Musgrave, Chris., Vicar of Barking, 225

Mytens, Dan., 123

Napier, Ralph, 156, 157; Wm., 157

National Provincial Electricity Co., 75

National Trust, 202

Navestock, 147 n, 290

Naylor, Thos., 161; Mistress, 241

Nazeing, 93, 94, 126, 127, 130, 140–150, 155–7, 161, 166; adv., 147; agric., 106, 144; Belchers fm., 143; Brevitts fm., 141; Broadley Common, 150; Bumble's Green, 140–41, 150; Camps, 141; Camps fm., 141; chars., 149, 150; ch., 147–9; commons, 140–1, 144–6; Crown Hotel, 146; Cutlands, 141, 142 n; Darmers, 141; econ. hist., 144–6; fisheries, 145–6; Glebe Ho., 147, 148; Greenleaves, 141; Highfield, 144; Hyde Mead, 150; ind., 146; Jack's Hatch, 141; Keysers, 140–1, 145–6; Leonards fm., 144; Lodge fm., 141, 143, 145; mans., 118, 141–4, 146–7; Mansion House fm., 143; mkt. gdns., 145; Marsh, 144– 146; Marshgate fm., 141; mills, 145; Nazeing Mead, 140–2, 144–7; Nazeingbury, 140, 142, 145–7, 159; Nazeingbury (Little), 142; Nazeing Park, 140, 142–7, 150, 158–9; Nazeing Wood, 153; Ninnings, 141; noncf., 149–50; Northfield, 144; par. govt. and poor rel., 109, 146–7; Parkers fm., 141; pop., 3, 140; Post Office, 141, 148; Pressfield, 144; pub. svces., 141; Ravens, 141; rect., 142, 147; roads, 140–1; St. Lawrence fm., 144; schs., 146, 150; Smalldrinks, 141; sport, 141; Stoneshot, 144–5; top., 140–1; Upper Park Town, 140, 144; vic., 148; workhouse, 146, 147; see also Harold's Park; Langridge; Netherhall; St. Leonard's

Neale, Hester, see Stephens; Jn., 193, 231; fam., 231

Nelmes, in Hornchurch, 122

Nepton, Ann, 235; Thos., 235

Netherhall, in Nazeing and Roydon, 94, 101, 142

Neville, Eleanor, see Weyland; Eliz., see Brice; Hugh de, 278; Jn. de, 278; Sir Thos., 199

New Forest (Hants.), 290

New Hall, Boreham, 123, 124

New River Waterworks Co., 37, 38, 39, 167

Newberry, Jn., and his w., 265

Newbury, in Ilford, 191, 192, 200, 204, 208, 212, 219, 224, 231

Newbury Park, in Ilford, 208, 251; ch., 259; noncf., 261–3; rly., 72; Rom. Cathm., 260; sch., 265–6

Newdigate, Sir Rog., 123

Newham, London Borough of, 81 n, 184 n

Newman, Abr., 208; Hen., 274; Revd. Leslie A., 262

Newport, Rob., 195

Newspapers, 36, 63

Newton, Revd. E. J., 298

Nicholson, Sir Chas., 252, 259; Isaac, 150

Niven, Harriet, 179

Nixon, Fran. R., Bp. of Tasmania, 211; Geo. R., 211; Jn., 211; Ric., 211; Rob.,211; fam., 211

Noble, Hen., 241

Nodes, Geo., 105; Susan, see Barnsley

Noel, Baptist, 192; Susan, 192; Susanna, see Fanshawe

Norfolk, dukes of, see Howard

Norfolk, 6, 7, 284; see also Gorleston; Yarmouth

Norman & Dawbarn, architects, 272

Normandy (France), trade with, 239

North, Anne, see Montagu; Cathn., see Grey; Sir Chas., later Ld. North, 119; Sir Dudley, later Ld. North, 198; Edw., 294; Wm., Ld. North and Grey, 119

North Africa Nonconformist Mission, 246

North East London Rly., 26

North East Metropolitan Hospital Bd., 194

North London Rly., 24, 25

North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Co., 47, 75, 100, 141

North Thames Gas Bd., 75, 100, 242, 256, 293

North Woolwich Gas Co., 45

Northamptonshire, 144; see also Towcester

Northern and Eastern Rly., 23, 117, 155

Northern Outfall Sewer, 41–42, 243, 256, 283

Northtoft, Amy de, 199; Edm. de, 199, 274; Emma de, 199; Florence de, 199; Jn. de, 199; 274; Joyce de, 199; Wm. de, 199

Northtofts, in Finchingfield, 199

Northumberland, earl of, see Percy

Northwode, Jn. de, and his w. Joan, 199

Norton, Sir Jn., 208; Sir Jn., s. of Sir Jn.,208

Norwich, Gillian, w. of Sir Rob., 208, 274, 279; Sir Rob., 208, 279

Norwich, earls of, see Denny; Goring

Norwich, 117

Norwich, bps. of, see Hall; Overall; deans of, see Pellew

Notingham, Jas., 146

Nutbrowne, Wm. (d. 1588), 273, 294; Wm. (d. 1596), 234, 273

Nutton, Wm., 136

Odo, Domesday tenant, 142, 144

Odo the tanner (fl. 1232), 241

Œthelraed, King of the East Saxons, 190, 291

Ogborne, Eliz., 134

Oghtryd, Joan, see Alberd; Jn., 274

Old Ford (Lond.), 27, 38, 167

Oldaker, Thos., 205; Thos., s. of Thos., 205

Oliver, Wm., 195

Olmius, Jn., 123

Olyve, Jn., 278

Olyver, Isabel, see Anstey; Rob., 161

Ongar, Chipping, 24, 117, 118, 128

Ongar, High, 147 n

Ongar, hund., 95, 126, 181

Orgar, bro. of Aucher, 121; see also Aucher

Orgar the Thane, 100

Oriel College, Oxford, 279; provosts, see Carpenter; Sampson

Osbaldeston (Osbaston), Alice, m. (2) Rob. Bertie, 206, 211, 227; Ann, 206; Barbara, see Fuller; Eliz., m. Humph. Hyde, 201; Fran. (d. 1648), 201, 206, 211; Fran. (d. 1678), 206, 211; Hen. I, 206; Hen. II (fl. 1661), 201, 206; Hen. III (d. bef. 1693), 206; Mary, 206; fam., 207, 213, 281

Osbern, Domesday tenant, 125–7

Osborne (Osberne, Osburne), Sir Edw. (d. 1591), Ld. Mayor of Lond., 277; Edw. (fl. 1619), 277; Sir Hewett, 277; Rob., 199, 222; Thos., 273; W. V., 62; fam., 278

Oswald, St., Bp. of Worcester, 190–1

Otford (Kent), 276

Otteley, Kath., see Seman; Rob., mayor of Lond., 275

Overall, Jn., Vicar of Epping, later Dean of St. Pauls, Bp. of Lichfield, and Bp. of Norwich, 133

Overland Trading Co., 159

Overton, —, 109

Oxford, earls of, see de Vere; ctss. of, see Howard

Oxford University, see All Souls; Magdalen Hall; Oriel; St. John's

Pack & Chapman, bell-founders, 149, 229

Page, Mary, m. Thos. Chippingale, 273; Mary, see Clarke; Kath., see Starkey; Ric. (fl. 1520), 197; Ric. (d. 1743), 273; Rob., 254; Wm., 210

Pakistan, 254

Palavicino, Anne, 198; Hen., 198; Sir Horatio, 197, 198; Toby, 198, 211

Palmer, Anne, see Urswick; Archdale (fl. 18th cent.), 149; Archdale (d. bef. 1952), 149; Geo. (d. 1853), M.P., 143, 147, 150, 158; Major (later Lt.-Col.) Geo. (fl. 1861), 142, 145, 159; Joan, m. (2) And. Searle, 125; Jn., 276; Mary, see Horsley; Revd. (later Canon) Pat., 259; Thos., 125, 134; Wm., 140, 143, 145–7, 149–50; Mrs., 147; fam., 140, 143–4, 149–50

Parish, Hen., 241

Parishes, detached parts of, 97, 181–2

Park, Marg. atte, see Beyneslee; Thos. atte, 275

Park Royal (Mdx.), ind., 255

Parker, Hen., Ld. Morley, 126; J. Kennett, 231; Jas., 233, 260; 'Old Dame', 178

Parndon, Great, 126; ch., 148 n; rect., 145; see also Shingle Hall

Parndon, Little, Rye Hill common, 128

Parre, Joan, see Colte; Wm., 195

Parrish, Coulson D., 274; fam., 274

Parsloes, in Dagenham, 192, 209, 268, 270, 272, 275, 277–8, 283, 294, 295, 297

Pass, Dan. de, 242

Passelewe, Hugh, 277; fam., 277

Pattiswick, ch., 228

Payne, Isaac, 138

Peach, Isaac, 226

Peacock, Thos., and his w. Lucy, 227

Pearce, Jn., 169, 179

Peare, Wm., 196

Peckham (Lond.), 254

Pedley, Hen., 212; J., 213 n, Sam., 212, 213; fam., 213

Peet, Maud, m. Jn. Alberd, 274; Wm., 274

Pegrum, Wm., 120

Pellew, Geo., Vicar of Nazeing, later Dean of Norwich, 148

Pembroke, earls of, see Valence

Pennington, Jos., 290

Penshurst (Kent), 288

Pepys, Sam., diarist, 292

Percy, Hen., Earl of Northumberland, 123

Pereson, Thos., and his w. Susan, 209

Perrers (alias de Windsor), Alice de, 295

Perry, Capt. Jn., 284, 286–8; Sam., 288; Sarah, 288; Tim., 288; Weedon, 288; Wm., 288

Pertenhale, Alice, m. (2) Thos. Yonge, 275; Ric. de, 275

Peryent, Jn., 135

Peter the Great, Tsar of Russia, 287–8

Peterborough, cathedral, 173

Peters, Step., 287

Petit, Revd. J., Bp. of Menevia, 297

Peto, Sir Morton, Bt., 175

Peto, Brassey & Betts, 45

Petre, Sir Jn., 224; Sir Wm., 207; Wm. B., Ld. Petre, 247

Pettigrew, Rob., 261

Petty, Jane, see Benton; Rob., 127

Philippa, queen of Edw. III, 275

Philipps, Maj.-Gen. Sir Ivor, 254

Phillips, Morgan, 209–10; Mr. (fl. 1790), 198; see also Wolfe

Philpot, Jane (d. by 1888), 235; Jane (fl. 1898), m. — Soper, 211; Jn. (fl. 1869), 280; Jn. (d. 1874), 211

Piggott, Jn., 126; fam., 126

Pilkington, Edw., and his w. Mildred, 209

Pimps, in Chingford, see Gowers and Buckerells

Pinnacles, see Hooks and Pinnacles

Pinners, see Pyenest

Pitsea, rly., 24, 269

Pittman, Thos. (fl. 1732), 206; Thos. (fl. 1781), 206; Thos. (fl. 1803), 206, 217; Wm., 206; fam., 206

Plaistow, in West Ham, 31, 51; co-op. soc., 60; housing, 13, 48; ind., 14; motor-bus, 29; rly., 12, 24, 71

Plessey Co., radio mfrs., 252, 255

Plomer, Thos., 199

Plommer, Ric., 103

Pocock, Laur., Vicar of Nazeing, 146; Wm., 162

Poer, Wm. le, 159, 160

Pole, Kath. de la, Abbess of Barking, 197, 199, 222; Wm. de la, Marq. (later Duke) of Suffolk, 199

Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley, Wm., Earl of Mornington, 210

Polly, Jn., 221

Poltimore (Devon), 202

Ponders End (Mdx.), gas works, 141, 170

Pope, Alex., satirist, 286

Poplar (Lond.), 19, 74; gas, 45; horsebus, 28

Popple well, Ann, 113; Jn., 113; Rebecca, 113

Port of London Authority, 11, 35, 79, 206

Port of London Sanitary Authority, 35, 79

Porter, fam., 201, 208

Porters, in Barking, 191, 208–9, 215, 238, 279

Posyngeworth, Jn., 279

Potter, Jn. the, 107; Ralph the, 163–4; Revd. Wm., 263

Potters Farm, see Gallance

Poulterers' Company of London, 235

Poulton, Blackburn (d. 1745 or 6), 213; Blackburn (fl. 1745), 213

Pound, Jn., 274

Powell, Jn., 211

Powle, Thos. (fl. 1557), 206; Thos. (fl. 1588), 196

Powlett-Wrighte, see Benyon

Pownsett, Hen., 206; Thos., 205; Wm. (d. 1554), 106, 189, 207, 216, 224, 228, 294; Wm. (d. 1591), 205; Wm. (fl. 1629), 206, 235; fam., 187

Poynter, Ambrose, 173

Pragell, Jn., 274

Pratt, Thos., 232

Prescott, Ric., 273 n

Pretty, G. W., 210

Price, Cambell, 196; Mary, see Cambell; Thos., 196

Prisons, 168, 243–4

Prouz (alias Sproute), Bart., 197; Eliz., see Rigby

Puhier, 12th-cent. tenant, 122, 156, 159, 160

Purfleet, in West Thurrock, roads, 74

Putney (Lond.), motor bus, 29

Pye, Wm., curate of Nazeing and Harlow, 148

Pyenest (Pinners), in Waltham Holy Cross, 154, 155, 157, 161

Pygot, Jn., 208; Ric., 208

Pympe, Anne, m. Sir Jn. Scott, 104; Eliz., see Gower; Reynold, 104

Pynchon, Jn., 276

Quakers, see Friends, Society of

Quash, fam., 203

Queen Anne's Bounty, 135, 147, 228

Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge, in Chingford, 93, 99, 108, 109

Quyet, Wal., 153

Raikes, Rob., 198, 199

Rainham, 240, 294

Rainsford, Sir Jn., 210; Sir Jn., s. of Sir Jn., 210; Kath., see Starkey; Ric., 117, 124; Rob., 125

Ralph the Potter, 163–4

Rammey Marsh (Mdx.), drainage works, 77

Rampston, Marg., w. of Rob., 104, 111; Rob., 104, 107, 111, 113, 179; Roland (d. 1550), 104, 107, 108; Roland (fl. 1593), 104–5

Randall, Alice, 204; Dorcas, 204; Edw. (d. 1577), 204, 214; Sir Edw. (fl. 1604), 204; Vincent (fl. 1571), 204; Vincent (1574–1602), 204, 214

Rank, Jos., 233, 262

Ranulf, bro. of Ilger, 94, 118, 127, 142, 144, 145, 155, 156

Raphael, painter, 123

Rashleigh, Pet., Vicar of Barking, 219, 225, 226

Rawlings, Ralph, 126

Rawlinson, Rob., civil engineer, 41

Rayhouse, in Ilford, 191–2, 197–8, 209–10, 215

Rayhouse, in Woodford, 209

Raymond, Sir Chas., Bt., 198, 205, 211, 212, 214, 228

Reading, Jn., Master of Ilford Hospital, 228, 230

Redbridge, London Borough of, 81 n, 184 n, 267 n

Ree, Hen. atte, 209; Hen. de la, 209; Isabel atte m. (2) (?) Ralph Aunger, 209; Rob. atte, 209; Rog. de la, 209; fam., 209

Reed, Jas., 203

Reede, Rog., 281, 302

Reeve, J. Arthur, 174

Reid, —, smack owner, 240

Rennie, Sir Jn., 284

Repton, Humph., landscape gardener, 195

Reservoirs, 37–40, 97, 100, 106, 113

Reynolds, Jn., 133, 135, 138, 139

Rich, Sir Ric., later Ld. Rich, 108–9

Richard I, 94, 130, 142, 147, 157, 158, 159 n, 160, 162, 182

Richard the Chamberlain, 199

Richardson, Jas., 297

Richmond, duke of, see Stuart

Richmond, earls of, see Alan; Savoy

Ricingaham, 190

Ricketts, Wm., 147

Ridge (Herts.), 193

Ridgers, Nelly, 114

Riding Service, 190–1, 272

Ridley, T. D. & Sons, millers, 217

Rigby, Eliz., m. (2) Bart. Prouz (Sproute), 197; Geo., 197; Joan, w. of Jn., see Malmaynes; Jn., 197, 207; Oliver, 162; Thos., 197; Wm., 197

Rippin, Thos., 159

Ripple level, 33, 285

Rivenhall, 195

River Lee Trust, 35, 41, 166–7; see also Lee Conservancy (Catchment) Board

River Roding Catchment Bd., 78, 79

River Stour Catchment Bd., 79

Roach, riv., oysters, 239

Robinson, G. T., 201, 202; Jane, m. (2) Hen. Sterry, 201; Sir Sydney W., 263

Roding (Roden, Hile), riv., 97, 184, 185, 187, 215, 216, 239, 267; Aldersbrook, 184, 185, 187; Back River, 184, 185, 187; bridges, 185, 186–7; fishery, 239; floods, 238, 239; Hawkins, riv., 187; Ilford Navigation, 216, 239; ind., 67, 68; mills, 217; sewage, 256; transport, 254; see also River Roding Catchment Board

Roding, Abbess, 221

Rogers, Nat., 296, 302; W. G., 227

Rolleston, Ric., 195

Rome, popes of, see Alexander IV; Clement III

Romford, 2, 30, 81 n, 269, 273, 275, 291; char., 281, 302; ch., 276; Cornburgh's chant., 295; hosp., 292, 294; noncf., 233, 297, 299; pop., 64, 92; postal svces., 269; rlys., 12, 23, 25, 269; sch., 299; water, 39, 256; see also Haveringatte-Bower; Marshalls

Romford Highway District, 222

Romford Poor Law Union, 32, 219, 221, 233, 293

Romford Rural District, 77, 242, 293

Ros, Beatrice de, w. of Thos. de Ros, Ld. Ros (d. 1384), m. (2) Sir Ric. Burley, 101; Eleanor de, 101; Edm. de, Ld. Ros, 101; Isabel de, m. Sir Thos. Lovell, 101; Jn. de, Ld. Ros, 101; Margery, see Badlesmere; Thos. de, Ld. Ros (d. 1384), 101; Thos. de, Ld. Ros (d. 1431), 101; Thos. de, Ld. Ros (d. 1464), 101, 109; Wm. de, Ld. Ros of Helmsley, 101

Rose, fam., 268

Roson, Mary, see Lomas; Wm., 209

Rotherham (Yorks.), ind., 255

Rotington, Wm. de, and his w. Maud, 161

Roubiliac, Louis F., sculptor, 228

Rougemont, Eliz., see Martin; J., 205

Round, J. H., 105, 105 n

Rous (Rows), Geof. le, 275, 276; Wm. J., 194; fam., 275

Rowallan, Ld., see Corbett

Rowe, (Sir) Wm. (d. 1593), 125; Wm., the younger, 125

Rows, fam., see Rous

Royal Docks, in East Ham, West Ham, and North Woolwich, 11, 29, 74, 181; R. Victoria, 10, 12, 15, 16, 41; R. Albert, 10, 11, 15, 24, 44, 48; Kg. George V, 11

Royal Gunpowder Factory, in Waltham Holy Cross, 23, 151, 154, 164–9, 171

Royal London Ophthalmic Hosp., 235

Roydon, 94, 142, 144; pop., 3; Roydon hamlet (Roydon Roche), 93, 94, 142; see also Netherhall

Ruckholts, in Leyton, 207

Rudyard, Dorothy, 143

Ruffus, Guy, Dean of Waltham, 156, 157

Russ, Wm., 132

Russell, Edw., 107; Jn. (fl. 1666), 107; Jn., Duke of Bedford, 162; Jn., Rector of Chingford, 110, 111; Wm., Earl, later Duke of Bedford, 107, 162

Russia, 287; Jews from, 260; trade with, 288

Rutland, earls of, see Manners

Rychard, Jn., 230

Sabright, Agnes, 196

Sackville, Chas., Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, 122, 123

Sadler, Sir Ralph, 142, 160, 161

Sage, Edw., 189, 202, 273, 284, 289; Edw. J., 189

Sainsbury, Wm., 274

St. Albans, bps. of, 170

St. Anthony of Vienne, 278

St. Anthony's Hosp. (Lond.), 278–9, 285; masters, see Carpenter; Courtenay

St. Calais, Wm. of, Bp. of Durham, 127, 155, 156, 162

St. Helens (Lancs.), pop., 56

St. Helier (Surr.), housing estate, 270

St. John, Hen., Vct. Bolingbroke, 276

St. John (later St. John Mildmay), Sir Hen. Paulet, Bt., 276; Jane, see Mildmay

St. John's College, Oxford, 194

St. Lawrence, 142 n

St. Leonards, in Nazeing, 140, 144–6

St. Marcellin (Isère, France), 278

St. Nicholas Olave (Lond.), 234

St. Pancras, Woburn Place (Lond.), 219

St. Paul's Cathedral (Lond.), 94, 95, 103, 105; canons, see Holbeach; Vere; deans, see Cary; Marini; Overall

Sakespee, Edw., 158

Salisbury, adcns. of, see Daubeny

Salisbury, marqs. of, see Cecil

Salt, Thos., Vicar of Nazeing, 146, 148

Salter, And., 224

Sampkyn, Thos., 203, 213, 214, 223; fam., 203, 213, 214

Sampson, Hen., Provost of Oriel, 274, 279

Sandale, Jn., Bp. of Winchester, 272

Sanderson, Jn., 124

Sandford, Adam de (?), 161; Alice de, m. Rob. de Vere, Earl of Oxford, 161; Eliz., see Benton; Gil. de, 161; Thos., 127

Sandwich, Ellen de, 204; Thos. de, 204

Sandwich, earls of, see Montagu

Sandwich (Kent), 241

Sandys, Jn., 232

Sankey, J. H., & Son, Ltd., 254

Saunders, Thos., 125

Savage, Jas., 257

Savoy, Pet. of, Earl of Richmond, 163

Sawbridgeworth (Herts.), 102, 132

Saxons, East, king of, see Œthelraed; Sebbi; Swidfrid

Say, Dorothy, m. Wm., Ld. Mountjoy, 160; Sir Jn., 160; Sir Wm. (fl. 1265), 104; Wm. (fl. 1449), 160; Sir Wm. (fl. 1515), 160

Scargyll, Thos., 195

Scawen, Mary, see Foster; Lewis, 125

Scotland, 240; coal trade, 284; Scots in W. Ham, 7

Scott, Anne, see Pympe; Sir Jn., 104; Ric., 104

Scrafton, Jn., 273

Scrope, Eliz., see Amadas; Frances, m. Mart. Bowes, 200; Ric., 200

Seabrook, fam., 280

Seabrooke, Thos., 211; Thos., s. of Thos., 211

Searle, And., 125; Edw. (d. 1625), 120, 125; Edw. (fl. 1650), 125, 138, 139; Joan, see Palmer; Jn. (fl. 1576), 120, 121, 127; Jn. (fl. 1650), 120, 125; Jn. (fl. 1706), 127; fam., 121

Sebbi, king of the East Saxons, 190

Sedgemoor (Som.), battle of, 119

Sedgewick, Wm., 201

Seman, Bart., Master of the King's Mint, 275; Eliz., m. Rob. Knolles, 275, 276; Kath., m. (2) Rob. Otteley, 275, 276

Seven Kings, in Ilford, ch., 257–8; motor-bus, 29; noncf., 260–3; sch., 265; water, 40

Seven Kings Water, see Loxford Water

Seven Years War, 220

Severne, Wm., 203

Sewardstone, in Waltham Holy Cross, 107, 118, 130, 151, 154–5, 157, 161–5, 167–8, 169–71, 174–8

Shadwell (Lond.), 240

Shadwell Waterworks Co., 37

Shardlowe, Joan, 122; Sir Jn., 122, 167; Thos., 122; fam., 167

Sharpe, Jeffrey, 225

Shawcross, J. P., 280 n

Sheat, Sir W. J. Oliver, 262

Sheffield (Yorks.), ind., 255

Shelton, Alice, see Jeffrey; Edw., 201

Shenfield, rly., 72

Sherman, Ric., Vicar of Nazeing, 148

Shingle Hall, in Epping and Great Parndon, 116, 118–19, 122, 126–9, 130–1

Shoreditch (Lond.), rly., 23, 24; sch., 266

Shorter, Jn., 280

Silley, Jn. H., 140

Silver, S. W., & Co., rubber mfrs., 14

Silvertown, in West Ham, 12, 14–15; drainage, 41, 42; gas, 45; housing, 48; ind., 16, 22; roads, 74; trade unions, 61

Silvester, Sir Jn., Bt., 100

Simeon, Sim., 272

Simpson, Wm., & Co., paper mfrs., 254

Sinclair, F. G., 102

Skidmore, Capt., 245

Skipwith, Sir Thos., Bt., 211

Skrene, Jn., 121; Wm., 121; fam., 121

Smedmore, Jos., 231

Smith, Clement, 133; Eliz., see Kempe; Revd. Frank H., 233, 260; Geof., 203; Jas. (fl. 1820), 232, 298; Jas. (fl. 1851), of Barking, 233; Jas. (fl. 1848), of Nazeing, 149; Joan, see Fulk; Jn. (fl. 1532), clerk, 103; Jn. (d. 1570), 125; Jn. (fl. 1617), 161; Nich., 125, 127; Rob., 174; Thos., 297; Wal., 107; Wm., 136; — (fl. bef. 1900), 159; fam., of Nazeing, 143

Smitheman, Jn., 274

Smythe, Eliz., m. — Marchant, 201, 213; Joanna, see Vyner; Jn., Master of Ilford Hosp., 229

Snell, Mary, 103; Jn., 103; Rob. (fl. 1637), 110; Rob. (d. 1741), 97, 99, 103–5; Revd. Thos. and his w. Barbara, 103; Wm., 103; fam., 97, 104

Snypeston, Nich., 241

Society for Protection of Ancient Buildings, 202

Soho (Lond.), 233

Somerset, see Montacute; Sedgemoor

Somerville, Jn. S., Ld. Somerville, 194, 216

Soper, Jane, see Philpot

Sotheby, Capt. (later Rear-Adml.) Chas. (d. 1854), 162, 171, 175, 178; Chas. W. (fl. 1888), 162; Eliz., m. (2) Nash Mason, 162; Jas. (fl. 1674), 162; Jas. (fl. 1722), 162; Mary, 162; Wm. (d. bef. 1769), 162; Wm. (d. 1833), poet, 162; fam., 162–3

South-Eastern Gas Co., 75

South Essex Waterworks Co., 39, 40, 243, 256, 294

Southampton, ctss. of, see Wriothesley

Southend-on-Sea, 2 n, 6, 249, 262; rly., 23, 71, 269; roads, 74

Southgate (Mdx.), 44, 76, 254

Southwark, Rom. Cath. dioc., 90 n

Spain, war with, 241

Spanish Succession, War of, 220

Sparewe, Jn., 282 n

Spark, Hen., 195; Joan, m. (2) Jn. Haroudun, 195; Rob., 195; Wm., 195

Sparrow, fam., 272

Spears, A. G., 261

Spencer, Thos., 198

Spicer, Jas., 112

Spranger, Day, 139

Spratt, L. W., 37

Sproute, fam., see Prouz

Spurgeon, C. H., preacher, 175

Spurrell, Geo., 273

Stace, Rob., 126; Wm., 136

Stafford, Humph., Duke of Buckingham, 125; Wm., 230; fam., 125–6

Stafford, earls of, 125–6

Staines (Mdx.), 35, 39

Standish, Alex., 161; Eliz., m. (2) Thos. Lampet, Kt., 161; Joan, m. Jn. Dande, 161; Ralph, Kt., 161; Ralph (fl. 1446), 161

Stanford Rivers, see Barwicks

Stansfield, Isabel, m. Jn. Cook, 214; Ric., 214

Stanstead Abbots (Herts.), 142

Stansted Mountfitchet, barony of, 100

Stanton, Edw., 228

Stanway Hall, in Stanway, 273

Stapleford Abbots, 212, 290–1; see also Battles Hall

Starkey, Anne, m. — Wrytell, 210; Eliz., m. Thos. Bledlowe, 210; Eliz., 210; Emma, m. — Torell, 210; Sir Humph., 210; Kath., m. (1) Wm. Page, (2) Sir Jn. Rainsford, 210

Steane, Edw., 242

Stedeman, Wm., 273

Steele, H., 232

Stephen, King, 156, 182–3, 291

Stephen, Jas., 125

Stephens, Art., 288; Hester, m. Jn. Neale, 192–3, 231; Hester, see Barnes; Jn., 192–3

Stephenson, Rowland, 273, 274

Stepney (Mdx., later Lond.), 19, 274; noncf., 261; see also Mile End

Sterling Telephone and Electric Co., 285

Sterry, Art., 201; Ben., 201; Frances, 201; Fran., 201–2, 273; Hen. (d. 1856), 201; Hen. (d. 1873), 201–2; Hester, 201; Jane, see Robinson; Mary, see Johnson; Thos., 201; Revd. Wasey (d. 1779), 201; Wasey (d. 1842), 201–2, 280; Wasey (d. 1858), 201; Wm., 201; fam., 280

Stevenage (Herts.), 76

Stevens, Fran., 192; Revd. G., 192; Jn., 274; Paul, 280; Sam., 192; fam., 193

Steward, Anne, see Sysley; Augustine (d. 1597), 201; Augustine (d. 1628 or 1629), 201; Edw., 201; Mart., 201

Stillman, Jn., 194

Stitch, Thos., 231; fam., 231; see also Stych

Stockdale, Thos., 207 n

Stodard, Nich., 201

Stoke, Ric., 275

Stone, Sarah, 300, 302

Stone (Kent), 210

Stone Hall, in Little Canfield, 113

Stonehale, Rog., 210; fam., 210

Stonehall, in Ilford, 191–2, 201, 204– 205, 210, 215, 224

Stoner, Geo., 158

Storer, Jn., Curate of Barking, 225

Stour, riv., see River Stour Catchment Bd.

Stratford, in West Ham, 2, 4, 38; co-op. soc., 60, 61; drainage, 77; ents., 88; gas, 44, 45, 75; horse bus, 23, 27; housing, 48; ind., 3, 4, 13, 14, 255; motor bus, 29; newspapers, 36, 63; noncf., 262; pub. hos., 58; rlys., 12, 23–25, 72, 117; road, 29; Rom. Cathm., 6; shops, 55; trams, 27; water, 37

Stratford Langthorne, abbey of, in West Ham, 182, 209

Strathbogie, David de (d. 1270), Earl of Atholl, 101; David de (d. 1326), Earl of Atholl, 101; Isabel de, Ctss. of Atholl, see Chilham; Jn. de, Earl of Atholl, 101

Stratton, Dan., 215

Strode, Anne, 281; Sam., 281

Stroud, Rob., 251

Stuart, Ludovic, Duke of Richmond, and his w., 122

Stych, Sir Ric., Bt., 208; Thos., 208; Wm. (d. 1678), 208; Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1697), 208; see also Stitch

Suffolk, dukes of, see Pole

Suffolk, marqs. of, see Pole

Suffolk, 6, 7, 277; see also Ashbocking; Barnardiston; Bury St. Edmunds; Ipswich; Kedington; Wrentham

Sunbury (Mdx.), waterworks, 38, 39

Surman, Rob., 211–12

Surrey, 6, 204, 286; see also Guildford; Kennington; St. Helier; Vauxhall

Sussex, earls of, 239

Sussex, see Christ's Hospital; Effington; Grinstead, East

Sutherland, J. A., 260; J. R., Vicar of Nazeing, 149

Sutton, Jn., s. of Jn. de, 212; Margery de, 212; Wm. de, 212

Swabey, Cathn., see Bird; Dr. M., 280; fam., 280

Swidfrid, king of the East Saxons, 190

Swift, Sir Fran., 158

Swindon (Wilts.), ind., 255

Swinnerton, Hen., 273; Sir Jn., Ld. mayor of Lond., 273; Ric., 273; Thos., and his w. Joan, 273

Symond, Rob., 160

Symonds, Jas., Vicar of Dagenham, 302

Sysley, Anne, m. (2) Augustine Steward, 201; Clement, 201–2, 280; Thos., 201

Takeley, Agnes, 127; Jn., 127; Thos., 127

Takeleys (Claygarth), in Epping, 116, 118–21, 125, 127, 130

Tamworth (Thomworth) Jn., 158, 164

Tankerville, earls of, see Grey

Tanner, Odo the, 241

Tanning, 241, 283

Tasmania, bps. of, see Nixon

Tatchell, Art., 262

Taverner, —, tenant, 110

Taylor, Ric., 231; Thos., and his w. Susan, 161; Wm., 231; fam., 143

Tedcastle (Tedcastell), Jn., (d. bef. 1596), and his w. Eliz., 227; Jn. (fl. 1604), 214

Templar, Mrs., 263

Temple, Wm., 221

Teulon, S. S., architect, 155

Tennyson, Alf., Ld. Tennyson, poet, 155

Thames, riv., 33, 35, 37, 39, 78, 167, 184, 190, 239–40, 267–8, 286–7; drainage, 41, 243, 256; floods, 238, 239; ind., 67, 68, 181, 284; transport, 22; water-supply, 38, 76

Thames Conservancy Bd., 35, 41, 42

Thames Ironworks, Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., 15, 26, 60, 284

Thane, Orgar the, 100

Thatcher, Jn., 280

Theydon Bois, 114, 131–2, 135, 139

Theydon Garnon, 114, 130–2, 135; char., 138; ch., 139; Ryddens Grove, 138–9; sch., 137; Stonards fm., 138–9; see also Coopersale; Gaynes Park; Hemnalls

Theydon Mount, Trapps Lands, 139

Thomas, Vicar of Barking, 204 n

Thomas, Rob., 224

Thompson, Anne, 197; Eleanor, 190, 197, 264; Jn., 186, 196–7, 213, 273; Jn. Scrafton, 196–7, 213, 254, 257, 273; Nancy, 264; Wm., 197

Thompson & Whitehead, architects, 245

Thomworth, Jn., see Tamworth

Thoreton, Thos., 294

Thorne, Will, 61, 62

Thorougood, Geof., 273 n

Thorp (Thorpe), Jn., 123; Rog., 195; Thos., 195; Thos. (? same as previous), 197

Thoyts, Jane, 208, 215; M. G., 208; Wm., 208

Thunderer, battleship, 16, 284

Thurrock, Grays, 192; ind., 67; pop., 64; water, 39

Thurrock, West, ind., 67; see also Purfleet

Tichborne, Rob., regicide, 279

Tidal Basin, in West Ham, 11, 31, 74

Tilbury, ind., 67; rly., 12, 23, 24, 269, 284; roads, 186, 208

Tillotson, Eliz., 211, 212; Jn., Abp. of Canterbury, 211, 212

Tilney, Fred., Vicar of Dagenham, 296

Tiltesbury, Jn., and his w. Marg., 195

Tipper, Wm., 218 n

Tipping, Anne, see Clarke; Wm., 273; Wm., the younger, 273

Tiptree, in Tolleshunt Darcy, 283

Tofig the Proud, 151, 155, 162, 170, 171; Athelstan s. of, 155

Tolleshunt Darcy, see Tiptree

Tombs, Eliz., see Higgs

Tomkins, W. J., 245

Tonge, Susan, 102–3; Thos., 102

Tony, fam., 182

Torell, Emma, see Starkey; Humph., 210

Totham, Little, 125

Tottenham (Mdx. later Lond.), 38; bus svce., 73; New Cut on R. Lea, 79; rly., 24, 26, 188; water works, 167

Tottenham and District Gas Co., 75 n

Towcester (Northants.), ind., 255

Tower, W. E., 124; fam., 295

Townson, Mary, see Young; Theobald, 198

Tracy, Ralph, 204

Trade unions, 61–62

Tressall, Rob., 292

Trevanyon, Rog., 161

Trew, Chas., Vicar of Dagenham, 295–6; Mrs., 295

Trinity House (Lond.), 35, 286, 288

Trocke, Harriet M., 235

Trott, Mart. (fl. 1600), 143; Mart. (fl. 1666), 143; Rose, 143

Truelove, Tim., 274

Tuck, Edw., 189, 190; Thos., Vicar of St. John's Epping, 131

Turbervyl, Rob., 160

Turner, Edw., 198

Tweed, Wal., 139

Twyford, Thos., 295

Tyffn, Wm., 197

Tylney, earl, see Child

Tyneside, coal trade, 284; housing, 82

Tyrell, Humph., 208; Rob., and Anne, his w., 208; Sir Thos., 195

Udall, Hen., 102; Mary, w. of Wm., 111; Wm., 111

Uphall, in Ilford, 191–2, 209, 210–11, 217; ch., 257; housing estate, 251; ind., 254–5; sch., 265; Uphall Camp, 185, 251–2

Uphavering, see Gobions

Uphill, Jacob, 296; Ric., 293, 301; Susan, 286

Upminster, rly., 26, 71, 269

Upshire, in Waltham Holy Cross, 151, 154–5, 157, 160–2, 164, 168, 170–1, 175, 177–8

Upton Park, in East Ham and West Ham, 18, 28, 63

Upwyk, Alice, see Firstling (Fristling); Guy, 274

Urswick, Anne, m. Jn. Doreward, 276; Anne, m. (2) Jn. Palmer, 276; Eliz., 276; Joan, 276; Kath., m. Hen. Langley, 276; Mary, 276; Sir Thos., 276–7, 296

Usdale, Wm., 204

Valence, Agnes de, 278; Aymer de, Bp. of Winchester, 278; Aymer de, Earl of Pembroke, 278; fam., 278

Valence, in Dagenham, 268, 270, 274–5, 278–80, 282–3, 285–6, 289, 294

Valentine, fam., 211

Valentines, in Ilford, 170, 191–2, 205–6, 211–12, 214, 217, 228, 252, 257, 264–5

Valognes, Pet. de, 94, 103, 207; Rob. de, 103

Valognes, barony of, 182, 207

Van der Balck, 229

Vane, Anne, see Woodward; Godf. W., 208; Wal., 208; Wm. Wal., 208

Vauxhall (Surr.), man., 204

Venour, Jos., 105

Vere, Alice de, see Sandford; Anne de, Abbess of Barking, 223; Aubrey de, 126; Edw. de, Earl of Oxford, 197; Eliz., see Howard; Jn. de (fl. 1345), Earl of Oxford, 126; Jn. de (fl. 1515), Earl of Oxford, 160; Rob. de, Earl of Oxford, 151; Wm. de, Canon of St. Pauls, later Bp. of Hereford, 172; fam., 126

Vermuyden, Sir Cornelius, 285, 286

Victoria, Queen, 51, 155

Victoria and Albert Museum, 158

Victoria Docks Gas Co., 45

Viel, 12th-cent. tenant, 159; see also Fitz Viel

Vine, Chas. H., 189, 261

Vulliamy, Lewis, 99, 103, 111

Vyner, Edith, m. — Higgs, 201; Sir Geo., 201; Joanna, m. — Smythe, 201; Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1665), 201, 213; Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1683), 201; fam., 213

Wade, Jn., 235; Rob., 195

Wainwright, Jn., 161

Wake, Sir Chas., Bt., 142, 145, 147, 168; Chas., see Jones; Sir Chas., Bt., see Jones; Sir Hereward, 165; Sam., see Jones; Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1698), 157–8; Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1765), 157; Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1846), 158, 169, 171; fam., 144, 158, 163

Walcher, Bp. of Durham, 155–6

Walcote, Jn., 195

Waldegrave, Thos., 281

Waldern, Eliz., m. Jn. Heydock, 143; Joan, m. — Colvyle, 143; Marg., m. Thos. Brewster, 143; Ric., 143

Waldron, Chris., 228; Mrs., 229

Walford, A. S., 198

Walkden, Pet., 226

Walker, Geo., Vicar of Dagenham, 296; H. F., 164; J. W., & Sons, organ-builders, 227

Walkley, Eliz., 138–9; Jn., 133, 135, 138–9

Waller, Edm., 133 n

Walter, Dean of Waltham, 118 n

Walter, Thomasine, 161

Walters, —, farmer, 217

Waltham Abbey and Cheshunt Gas Co., 170

Waltham Cross, in Cheshunt (Herts.), 151; Eleanor Cross, 153; gas, 170; postal svces., 155; rly., 117, 155

Waltham, forest of, 107, 130, 140, 144, 160–1, 167–8, 290; 1d. warden of, 290; 'walks', 107, 167; see also Epping Forest

Waltham Forest, London Borough of, 81 n, 97 n

Waltham Holy Cross (Waltham Abbey), 2, 23, 93, 120–2, 126–7, 130, 141–2, 145, 151–80; Abbey House, 158; agric., 106, 151, 162–3, 214; Baker's Entry, 153–4; Barnardo's Homes, 155; Beech (later Arabin) Ho., 155, 162; Beech Hill Ho., 155; boundaries, 97; bridges, 153, 173; bus svces., 155; Carrolls, 154; chars., 158, 169, 178–80; chs., 141, 155–6, 170–5; coach svces., 155; Cobbins Brook, 151; Cock Inn, 179; Dallance (Saxpyes), 158; drainage, 77, 167, 169–70; econ. hist., 162–4; elec., 47, 170; Essex Ho., 154; Fairmead Lodge, 167; fairs, 126, 165; fields, 163; fisheries, 162, 166; forest, 108, 167–8; Frithey, 158, 160; gaol, 168, 174; gas, 170; Gilwell Park, 153–4; Green Dragon Inn, 154; guilds, 171, 174; hos., 154, 170; ind., 151, 163–4; King's Oak Hotel, 155; Literary Institute, 170; loc. govt., 1, 80, 151, 168–70; mans., 118, 155–62; mkt., 129, 151 n, 153 n, 165, 169; Mechanics' Institute, 170; mills, 156, 162, 164–6; Netherhouse, 154; noncf., 137, 174–6; Northland, 155–6; Odey Marsh, 159; Owl Pub. Ho., 155; Pentensary, 154; Poeresland, 160; police, 34; pop., 3, 64, 92, 151; postal svces., 155; pub. svces., 169–70; Queen Anne Inn, 154; rly., 26; roads, 151, 153; Rom. Cathm., 175; Roseville, 155; St. Kilda's, 154; schs., 174, 176–9; Springfield fm., 155; Stubbins, 154; top., 151–5; Wallsgrove Ho., 155, 175, 178; Waltham Lock, 166; Waltham, man. of, 94, 107, 118, 121, 127, 142, 151, 155–64, 166–7, 169–71; Waltham Park, 154, 157 n, 158; wards, 3; 'Wardune', 163; Warlies Park, 153–5, 162–3, 174, 178; Warren Wood, 151; water, 39; Welsh Harp Inn, 154; workhouse, 169; see also Ambresbury Banks; Claverhambury; Copped Hall; Harolds Park; High Beech; Holyfield; Hooks and Pinnacles; Monkhams; Mores and Ansteys; Pynest; Royal Gunpowder Factory; Sewardstone; Upshire; Woodredon

Waltham Holy Cross, college, later priory, later abbey of, 93–96, 101, 103, 116, 118–22, 124, 126–7, 129– 130, 132–3, 135, 141–4, 147, 151, 154–8, 160–8, 170–4, 176, 182, 222; abbots, 109, 121, 123, 132, 144–5, 153, 157, 160–1, 163, 166–8, 170, 172, 174; see also Fuller; Gant; Wiz; canons, see Warren, Thos.; deans, 118 n, 156; see also Ruffus; Walter

Waltham, hund., 2, 3, 63 n, 93–96, 114, 121–2, 130, 142–3, 157, 167; court, 103, 168; pop., 64, 92; Rom. Cathm., 90

Waltham, Little, 195

Walthamstow, 4–6, 13, 30, 33, 38–9, 81 n, 97, 112, 119, 181–2, 232; boundaries, 97; bus svce., 73; ch., 59; clubs, 88; co-op. soc., 60, 61; drainage, 43, 44, 76–7; elec., 46, 47; gas, 45; horse-bus, 27; housing, 48–50, 66–7, 82–4, 100; incomes, 87; ind., 17, 68; inf. mort., 84; Jews, 59; level, 33; loc. govt., 36, 79, 80; motor-bus, 29; newspapers, 63; noncf., 59; occs., 53, 70; parks, 51–2; police, 34; pop., 3, 7–8, 18– 21, 55, 64–65, 91; pub. hos., 58, 85; rlys., 24–26, 71–72; schs., 55–57; shops, 54, 85; sport, 88; trade union, 62; trams, 28; water, 38, 40; W.E.A., 86; see also Forest School; Higham Bensted; Higham Hill

Walton, Thos., 228

Wangey, in Ilford and Dagenham, 191–2, 201, 206, 208, 212–13, 280 n, 281, 291

Wangey House, in Dagenham, 192, 213, 269, 280–1

Wanlip (Leics.), 149

Wanstead, 5, 6, 33, 38, 81 n, 181–2, 184n, 194, 260, 290; boundaries, 64 n, 81, 184; ch., 59; coach svce., 23; elec., 75; gas, 45; housing, 48–50, 65, 82; incomes, 87; inf. mort., 84; loc. govt., 80; man., 210; motor-bus, 29; occs., 53, 69, 70; parks, 52; police, 34; pop., 3, 8, 19, 21, 55, 64; schs., 55–57; shops, 54, 55; Wanstead Flats, 52; Wanstead Park, 184, 205; Wanstead 'Slip', 181; water, 40; see also Cann Hall

Wanstead and Woodford, housing, 66, 67, 83, 84; ind., 68; occs., 70; pop., 65, 92; pub. hos., 85; sch., 86; shops, 85; war damage, 91; W.E.A., 86

Wantz (Wythedene Brook, Wisdom Water) riv., 267

Wapping (Lond.), 218

War damage, 66–67, 90, 91, 202, 205, 211, 244–6, 255, 257, 260, 262–3, 300

Warburton, Mabel, 180

Ward, Jn., of Hackney, 286–9; Jn. (? fl. c. 1750), 198 n; Ralph, 294; Ric., Vicar of All Saints, Epping, 133

Ware (Herts.), 166; ind., 167

Warenne, Wm. de, 155

Waring, Mary, see Humphreys; Wm. Ball, 192

Warley, Ric. de, 154

Warley, Little, 122

Warner & Sons, bell-founders, 227

Warren (Waryn), Eliz., m. (2) Thos. Knyvett, 194; Joan, m. Sir Hen. Cromwell, 194; Joan, m. (2) Sir Thos. White, 194; Sir Ralph, 194; Ric., 194; Sim., 160; Thos., Canon of Waltham, 135

Warwick, earls of, see Dudley

Warwickshire, see Allesley Park; Charlecote; Kenilworth

Wastes, common, 106, 116, 128, 130, 141, 145–6, 215–17, 269, 282

Waterford Hall, see Langridge

Waters, Harriet, 114; Jas. D., 105; Sam., 297; Thos., 296, 302

Watford (Herts.), ind., 254

Watts, Ant., the elder, 143; Ant., the younger, 143

Way, Ben., Vicar of Barking, 225

Waynflete, Wm. of, Bp. of Winchester, 199

Weald Bassett, North, 127, 139

Webb, Ric., 289

Webber, E. Berry, 270

Weber, Wm., 205, 205 n

Weblin, Eliz., 210; Nich. (d. 1624), 210; Nich. (fl. 1640), 210; Wessell (d. 1611), 210; Wessell (fl. 1611), 210, 211; fam., 210 n

Webster, E. J., 196; H. E., 233; Sir Thos., Bt., 122, 208; W., 176

Weeden, Hen., 189, 256 n

Welch, Cachemaille-Day, & Lander, architects, 297

Weldale, Ann, 201; Eliz., 201; Jn., 201; Mary, 201

Welde (?), Wm. de, see Belde

Welle, Adam de, 126

Wellesley-Pole, later Pole-TylneyLong-Wellesley, Wm., Earl of Mornington, 210

Wellington Ward Ltd., 254

Wellis, Jn., 195

Wells, Jn., 228

Welsh, Ant., 161; Chris., and his w. Anne, 161; Jane, 161; Wm., 161

Welstead, Chas., 212, 264

Wennington, 275

Wentworth, Kath., see Finch

Wepler, Mrs., 301–2

Wesley, Jn., Methodist, 233

Wesleyan Reform, 233, 262–3, 297

Wessex, earl of, see Harold

West, Rob., 274

West Ham Gas Co., 45, 46

West Ham United Football Club, 63

West Ham Waterworks Co., 37

Westbury, in Barking, 191, 193–4, 197, 201, 203–4, 213, 215–7, 219, 224, 238, 273, 281–2, 285

Westminster, Rob. of, 101

Westminster, abbey of, 124; bridge, 258; ch. of St. Margaret, 124

Weston, Sir Thos. de, and his w. Marg., 209

Wetherill, Jas., 235

Weyland, Eleanor, m. Jn. de Neville, 278; (alias de Moese), Margery de, 278; Ric. de, 278; Sir Thos. de, 278; Wm., 278; fam., 278

Weylett, Geo., 179

Whennell, —, m. Scrymgeour Hewett, 240

Whiston, Edw., 231

Whitbourne, Fran., 217; fam., 206

White, Eliz., 204; Geo., 102, 103; Humph., 102, 103; Joan, see Warren; Jn. (fl. 1561), 102, 103; Jn. (d. bef. 1673), 301; Sir Thos., 194; fam., 102

Whitechapel (Mdx., later Lond.), 4, 19, 273; ch. of St. Jude, 259; rly., 26; roads, 32 n; trams, 27

Whitechapel Gas Light Co., 44

Whitechapel Poor Law Union, 53

Whitemore, Claremont, 137

Whytcester, Rob. de, 126

Widmundes felt, 190, 213; see also Wyfields

Wight, Eliz., m. Sir Jas. Harrington, Bt., 204; Gabriel, 204; Hen. (d. 1698), 204; Hen. (d. 1716), 204–5; Hen. (d. 1793), 204–5; Jn., 204; Rice, 204; Thos., 204; Wm. (d. 1737), 204; Wm. (d. 1739), 204; see also Hibbit

Wilbraham, Thos., 277

Wilcox, Ric., 228

Wilde, Jn., 234

Wilkes, Rob., 212, 214

Wilkin, A. C., & Sons, jam makers, 283; Chris., 135

Wilkinson, Hen., Vicar of Epping, later Principal of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 133

Willesden, 254

William I, 155, 189, 291

William II, 156

Williams, A. E., 263; Edw., 120; Joan, m. Sir Rob. Billesdon, 125; Jn., 125; Sam., 12, 273, 284; Sam. & Sons, 283–4; Capt., 252

Williamson, W. N., 299

Wills, Dame Violet, 244

Wilmot, Chas., 221

Wilson, Sam., 297

Wilton, Rose de, see Dover; Wm. de, 101

Wiltshire, see Combe, Castle; Lavington, Market; Swindon

Winchester, Bps. of, see Courtenay; Sandale; Valence; Waynflete

Winchilsea, earls of, see Finch; ctss. of, see Heneage

Windsor, Alice de, see Perrers

Windsor, dean and chap. of, 274, 279–80, 286

Windus, J. W., 132n

Winmill, C. C., 111, 227; Sam., 280; fam., 280

Winstone, Ben., 118, 131

Winters, Wm., 176

Wisdom Water, see Wantz

Wise, Sir Fred., 235

Wiseman, A. E., 244

Witham, Pet., 225; Wm., 301

Withefield, Geof. de, 213; Hen., 214; Jn. de (fl. 13th cent.), 213; Jn. de (fl. 14th cent.), 213

Withers, Aaron, 249; Jas., 249

Withfields, see Wyfields

Wivenhoe, 4 n, 212

Wiz, Adam de, Abbot of Waltham, 95

Wlfhildis, St., Abbess of Barking, 222

Wodecock, Hen., 199

Wolfe (alias Morgan), Julian, 209–10; (alias Phillips), Morgan, 209–10

Wollaston, Hen., 179

Wood, Wm., and his w. Mary, 126

Woodford, 5, 6, 27 n, 33, 38, 81 n, 112, 182; agric., 214; boundaries, 64 n, 81; bus svce., 29, 73; ch., 59, 259; gas, 45; elec., 75; horse-bus, 27, 100; housing, 49, 50, 65, 82; incomes, 87; inf. mort., 84; loc. govt., 80; noncf., 59, 89, 261; occs., 53, 69–70, 270; parks, 52; police, 34; pop., 3, 8, 19, 21, 55, 64; postal svces., 23, 155; rlys., 24, 25, 72; roads, 29, 32 n, sch., 55–7; shops 54; water, 40; see also Bancroft's school; Rayhouse: Wanstead and Woodford

Woodredon, in Waltham Holy Cross, 154, 157, 162

Woodward, Anne, m. Wal. Vane, 208; Godf., 208; Jas., 232; Wm., 175

Woollard, B., 255; Mary, 179; Mowbray, 179

Woolwich (Kent, later Lond.), 19, 36, 78, 81 n, 182; dockyard, 241, 292; ferry, 22, 23

Woolwich, North (Kent, later Lond.), 34, 184; bus svce., 73; docks, 10; drainage, 41; fair, 239; ferry, 22; gas, 45; housing, 48; ind., 14; loc. govt., 80; rly., 23–25; Royal Victoria Gardens, 51; see also Gallions Reach; Royal Docks

Worcester, bps. of, see Carpenter; Oswald

Workers' Educational Association, 86

Wormewell, Rob., and his w. Alice, 275

Worthington, Jn., 209; Wm., 209

Wragg, Fran., 23

Wrentham (Suff.), 214

Wright, Sir Ben., Bt., 161; Jn., 175; Nathan (fl. 1655), 161; Sir Nathan, Bt. (fl. 1728), 161

Wriothesley, Mary, Dowager Ctss. of Southampton, m. (2) Sir Thos. Heneage, (3) Sir Wm. Darby, 122

Writolaburna, see Beam

Writtle, 195

Wroth, Jn., 149; Sir Rob., 107

Wrytell, Anne, see Starkey; Jn., 210

Wyatt, Jas., 124

Wyche, Hugh, 210

Wydyton, Jn. de, 195

Wyfields (Withfields), in Ilford, 190–2, 194, 198–9, 203, 206, 212– 215, 217, 224, 230; see also Widmundes felt

Wygton, Gil. de, 197

Wylde, Thos., 198

Wymbysh, Ric. de, and his w. Maud, 160

Wynch (?), Alice, m. Wm. Hester, 120; Thos., 120

Wynchyngham, Alice, 125; Nich., 125; Rob. de, 125

Wyndesor, Thos., 210; fam., 210

Wythedene Brook, see Wantz

Wythes, Ernest J., 119, 123–4, 136; Geo. (d. 1883), 119; Geo. E. (d. 1887), 119; fam., 124, 125, 127

Yacop, Jn., 213

Yale, Joan, see Lloyd; Thos., 208

Yardley (Herts.), 179

Yarmouth (Norf.), 240

Yonge, Mary, see Pertenhale; Thos., 275

York, Rob. of, 275; Wm. of, Provost of Beverley, 101

Yorkshire, see Rotherham; Sheffield

Young, Art., agriculturist, 145, 206, 216–17; E. S., 114; Jas., 233; Jn., 145; Marg., see Davis; Mary, m. Theobald Townson, 198; Thos., 198



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