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Note. Subjects are indexed mainly under the places to which the references relate, but in addition there are separate headings for the following subjects: architects; bell-founders; Black Death; Borough English; botanical gardens; brickmaking; coin minting; disasters; docks; fairs; field names; fields, common; floods; gavelkind; General Strike (1926); gipsies; gravel-digging; immigration; inclosures; Jews; Knights Templars; markets; meadows, common; museums; negro servants; newspapers; parishes, detached parts; Plague, Great; prisons; riots; saltpans; sculptors; springs, mineral; toll-gates; trade unions; unemployment; war damage.

An italic page number denotes an illustration on that page or facing it.

The following abbreviations have been used, sometimes with the addition of the letter s to form the plural: abp., archbishop; adcn., archdeacon; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; anc., ancient; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; boro., borough; bp., bishop; bd., board; bdg., building; Cath., Catherine; Cathm., Catholicism; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church; ctss., countess; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; dom., domestic; dchss., duchess; econ., economic; Edm., Edmund; educ. education; Edw., Edward; elec., electricity; Eliz., Elizabeth; ent., entertainment; fam., family; fm., farm; Fran., Francis; Fred., Frederick; gdn., garden; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; govt., government; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hist., history; ho., house; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katharine or Katherine; Lawr., Lawrence; Id., lord; loc., local; man., manor; mfr., manufacture or manufacturer; Marg., Margaret; mkt., market; marq., marquess; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; noncf., nonconformity; par., parish; pk., park; parl., parliamentary; Pat., Patrick; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pop., population; pub., public; rly., railway; rect., rectory; Reg., Reginald; rep., representation; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; svce., service; Sid., Sidney; Sim., Simon; soc., society; stn., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; vic., vicarage; vct., viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William; wk., work; wkho., workhouse.

Abbott:
-, Rob., 186, 214–15
-, Wm., 91

Abridge, 338

Acme Seals Ltd., 202

Acton, Sir Wm., 345

Adam, Jas. and Rob., architects,191

Adams:
-, Rob. (fl. 1583), 255
-, Rob. (fl. 1778), 196
-, Theophilus, 254–5

Adderley, J. G., 143

Addington:
-, Kath., 167
-, Thos., 167

Addis, Wm., 218

Adye, Bart., sculptor, 219

Aelfnoth of London, 89, 184, 201

Africa, see Zambesi

African & Eastern Trade Corporation, 81

Aiano, Hen., & Son, 84

Ainslie, Eliz., 293

air raids, see war damage

Akron (Ohio, U.S.A.), 88

Alan (d. by 1181), 165

Albert Cooperage Ltd., 87

Albert Dock Engine Works, 85

Albright & Wilson, 82

Alden, (Sir) Percy, 64, 104, 141–2

Aldersbrook, in Little Ilford and Wanstead, 330
-, boundaries, 167–8
-, ch., 334
-, forest rights, 168–9
-, hosp., 321
-, incs., 169
-, (or Naked Hall), man., 163–4, 166–9, 323, 328
-, mill, 327
-, saltpan, 327
-, Warren Ho., 169

Aldersbrook, riv., see Roding

Aldersgate (Lond.), 272
-, St. Botolph, 316

Alderson, John, & Sons, 86

Aldgate (Lond.):
-, coaches and trams, 7, 62, 320
-, Priory of Holy Trinity, 90, 115, 185, 261, 285–6, 322, 326, 328, 332
-, St. Botolph, 316

Aldom, J. R., 238

Alestan (fl. 1066), 8, 68, 72, 74

Alexander, E. R., & Sons, 202

Alford:
-, Edw., and his w. Eliz., 313–14
-, John, 313

Alfred, King, 57, 203

Alfric (fl. 1065), 322

Algehr, Anne, 129

Alger the clerk, 13–14

Alice, dau. of Waltheof, earl of Huntingdon, m. Ralph de Tony (d. 1126), 174, 253, 261, 285–6

Allen:
-, Sam., 133, 139
-, Wm., 82
-, ——(fl. 1780), 71
-, ——(fl. 1888), 128

Allington:
-, Sir Giles, 10, 42, 256
-, Marg., see Argall
-, fam., 28

Allison, Ric., 333

Allmänna Svenska Electric Co. Ltd., 271

Allpress, Geo. T., 131

Almain, Terry of, 9

Alsi (d. by 1066), 185

Altham:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Jas. (d. 1623), m. (2) Sir John Ashfield, 261
-, Eliz., m. Art. Annesley, 261
-, Frances, m. Ric. Vaughan, earl of Carberry, 261
-, Jas., rector of Woodford and vicar of Latton, 353
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1617), 261
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1623), 261
-, Sutton, 261

Aluminium Foils Ltd., 87

Amazon, riv., 192

Ambrose, W., & Co., 81

America, South, see Amazon; Argentina

America, United States of, 105, 188 ind. and trade, 86, 270–1; and see Akron; Maryland; Newark; Pennsylvania; Virginia

American Tobacco Co., 81

Amiraut, Paul, rector of Wanstead, 333

Anderson, Rob., 100

Anderton:
-, Phil., vicar of Leyton, 215–16, 238
-, W. E., 357

André, Ant., 187

Andrew, Father, S. D. C., see Hardy

Andrews, Dan., 216, 223

Angel, Mrs. M., 130

Angel Printing Press, 307 n

Angell:
-, John, 104
-, Lewis, architect and surveyor, 55, 100–1, 104–5, 117

Anglo-Continental Guano Works, 78, 82–4; and see Ohlendorff & Co.

Anne (Boleyn), queen of Hen. VIII, 4, 12

Annesley:
-, Art., 261
-, Eliz., see Altham
-, Fran., Ld. Mountnorris, 261

Annis, Jas. and John, sculptors, 219

Anstead, O. R., 22

Anstey:
-, Anne, see Curtis
-, Kath., m. Allen Bathurst, Ld. Bathurst, 93
-, Sir Pet., 93
-, Revd. W. B., 227

Apsley, Pet., 74

aquam, Wm. ad, see Ree

Aquascutum (Manufacturers) Ltd., 202, 272

Aragon, Kath. of, see Katharine

Archer, Hen., 239

architects, see Adam, J. and R.; Angell, L.; Arnold, T.; Bacon, C.; Baines, G. & Son; Banks, L.; Bazalgette, Sir J.; Bignall, J. M.; Blomfield, Sir A.; Blore, E.; Boreham, F.; Bottle & Olley; Brooks, J.; Campbell, C.; Caröe, W. D.; Cheers & Smith; Church, W. D.; Clarke, G. C.; Comper, Sir N.; Cooper, E.; Creed, R.; Curtis, T.; Cutts, J. E. K. & J. P.; Daniel, T. & H. L.; Dartnall, W.; Davidson, T. E., Son & Sherwood; Dickinson, Wm. (d. 1702) and Wm. (d. 1725); Dolman, T. F.; Donaldson, J. and T. L.; Downing, H. P. B.; Dunford, J. W.; Dunn, J.; Dyson, G.; Fletcher, Sir B.; Fowler, J.; French, G. R.; Frere, E. C.; Gibson, J.; Gilder, Sir A.; Giles, J.; Godfrey, W. H.; Grant, T. F. W.; Gunton & Gunton; Gyfford, E.; Habershon, W. G.; Hallam, C.; Hardwick, T.; Hepworth, P. D.; Hoare & Wheeler; Hood, W.; Horder, P. M.; Hoyland, E. D.; Jacques, W.; Johnson, John (fl. 1852); Johnson, John (fl. 1896); Johnston, P. M.; Kent, W.; Knight, J.; Krumins, K.; Leverton, T.; Lewis, W. A.; Lindy, K.; Mackintosh, C. R.; Marshall, G.; Mauger, P.; Micklethwaite & Somers Clarke; Milne, W. O.; Minty, J. A.; Newman, J. T.; Newton, W.; Nicholson, Sir C.; Olley & Haward; Papworth, J. B.; Plumbe, R.; Pocock, W. F.; Pocock, W. W.; Pugin & Pugin; Russell, S. B.; Sadleir, R.; Scott, Sir G. G.; Scott, Sir Gilb.; Scott, W. G.; Shaw, John (d. 1832); Shaw, John (d. 1870); Shingler & Risden Associates; Soane, Sir J.; Spooner, C.; Steed, J.; Stone, T. & W.; Streatfeild, F. E. C.; Streatfeild, G.; Street, G.; Stuart, J.; Tarring, J., & Son; Teulon, S. S.; Travers, M.; Wallace, W.; Warren, E. P.; Wheeler, M.; Winmill, C. C.; Wien, Sir C.; Wyatt, Sir M. D.

Arcola Shoe Works Ltd., 202

Arderne, Ralph de, 185

Argall:
-, Alice, w. of Thos., 262
-, Anne, see Cheney
-, Eliz., in. Nat. Green, 256–7
-, John (d. 1643), 256, 259, 261–2, 286, 287 n
-, Marg., w. of Thos., m. (2) Sir Giles Allington, 256
-, Sir Reg., 256, 259, 286
-, Ric. (d. 1589), 256
-, Ric. (fl. 1589), 256
-, Dr. Sam., and his w. Eliz., 256
-, Sir Sam., 256
-, Sarah, see Grant
-, Thos. (d. 1562), 256
-, Thos. (d. 1605), 256
-, Thos. (fl. 1649), 262, 286
-, Thos. (fl. 1662), 262
-, fam., 286

Argentina, 358

Armitage, Revd. A., 122

Arnold:
-, Geo., 77
-, Thos., architect, 357

Arundel, Thos., abp. of York, 200

Ascham:
-, Marg., w. of Rog., m. (2) Thos. Rampston, 263
-, Rog., 262–3

Ascott Co. Ltd., 202

Asea (Gt. Britain) Ltd., 271

Asgyll:
-, Anne, m. —— Mascall (?), 262
-, Art., 262
-, Marg., m. Alex. Master, 262

Ashfield:
-, Eliz., see Altham
-, Sir John, 261 n

Ashton & Green, 84

Associated Adhesives, 17

Associated Electrical Industries Ltd., 271

Associated Equipment Co., 21

Associated Fire Alarms Ltd., 271

Aston Charities Trust, 142–3

Atchison, Geo., 356

Athelstan, ealdorman of E. Anglia, 8

Athill, —— (fl. 1900), 232

Atkinson, Jeremiah, 161

Atkyns, Edw., 263

Atlas Building Soc., 302

Atlee, fam., 190

Attlee, Clement R., later Earl Attlee, 285

Atsere the swarthy, 184 n

Aubrey:
-, John, 70
-, Maud, w. of John, m. (2) Sir Alan Buxhall, (3) John de Montagu, earl of Salisbury, 70

Audible Filmcraft Ltd., 273

aula, Rob. de, 339

Ault & Wiborg Ltd., 83

Aumale, ctss. of, see Montfitchet, Aveline de

Australia, 105

Austria, immigrants from, 80

Auto-Call Co., 271

Avenon, Nic., 115, 118, 159

Avery, W. & T., 84

B.T.R. Industries, 79

Baber:
-, John, 10
-, Mary, see Draper
-, Thos. Draper, 10

Bacon:
-, Ant., 259–60, 268, 274
-, Chas., architect, 290, 346, 354
-, Nat., 324
-, W. C. & Co., 82

Baddow, Great, 256, 286

Bailey, Fox & Co., 86

Baines, G., & Son, architects, 302

Baird & Tatlock (Lond.) Ltd., 249, 270

Bakelite Xylonite Ltd., 273

Baker:
-, Abraham, 201
-, Alice, w. of Thos. (d. 1657) m. (2) Chas. Goring, earl of Norwich, 189
-, Constance, w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1625), 189
-, Eliz., m. —— Hanmer, 189
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1625), 189
-, Thos. (d. 1657), 189

Baldock:
-, Geo., 192
-, Ric., 193

Baldwin, abp. of Canterbury, 114 n

Baldwin, sheriff of Devon, 8

Balliol:
-, Alex. de, 257–8, 262, 276
-, Guy de, 257
-, Hen. de, chamberlain of Scotland, 194, 257
-, Lora, see Valognes

Balun:
-, Hugh de, 69
-, fam., 46, 69

Bancroft's school, in Woodford, 143, 339, 341 n, 352, 359

Banes:
-, A. B., 159
-, G. E., 112

Banfield, Jas. Hawkey, 126, 163

Bangham, A. E., & Co. Ltd., 272–3

Bank of England, 189, 190, 344

Banks:
-, Lewis, architect, 227
-, Ric., 277, 314

Barclay:
-, Hen. F., 293, 347, 354
-, Jane, w. of Jos. G., 132
-, Jos. G., 132, 188, 231, 299, 335
-, Rob., 187–8
-, Miss, 307
-, fam., 132, 187–8, 231, 293, 298, 335

Barker:
-, Rob., 314
-, W. H., 41

Barking, 42, 70, 101, 262, 324
-, abbey, 11, 17–18, 44, 59, 90, 165, 167, 323, 351
-, abbess, see Maud, queen of Hen. I
-, Barking Creek, 8, 17, 50
-, boundaries, 1, 163, 338
-, commons, 15
-, fisheries, 16, 19, 170, 207, 331
-, housing, 24
-, mans.:
-, Barking, 165, 168
-, Berengers, 165–6, 168
-, Jenkins, 115
-, Rayhouse, 192, 348
-, marshes and sea defences, 17
-, noncf., 32, 132
-, poor-relief, 19–20
-, pop., 44
-, rly., 7, 62, 165
-, roads, 3, 46
-, Rom. Cathm., 32
-, trams, 7
-, and see Beckton

Barkingside, in Ilford, 171

Barlow, T. J., 232

Barltrop, Edw., brickmaker, 268

Barnard, Jas., see Bernard

Barnes:
-, Agatha, w. of Ric., 189
-, Alf., M.P., 25
-, G., 225
-, John, 143
-, Ric., 189, 204

Barnet (Herts.), 271

Barnet Ensign Ross Ltd., 271

Barsham, Lonsdale & Co., 86

Barsham, W. J., & Co., 86

Bartholomew, Chas., 166

Barthomley (Ches.), 353

Barton, Wm., 195

Basildon, 82, 85

Basset:
-, Edm., 185
-, Phil., 59

Bates, Mrs. M. E., bedding mfr., 87

Bath, Hen., & Co., 267

Bath and Wells, bps. of, see Burnell, Rob.; Lake, Art.; Pearse, Wm.

Bathurst:
-, Allen, Ld. Bathurst, 93
-, Kath., see Anstey

Battail, Sir Ric., 10

Battailhey (or Sherley), Mary, 145, 161, 163

Batten:
-, A. G., 35
-, Sir Wm., 252, 266

Battles Hall, in Stapleford Abbots, 71

Bawn, W. B., & Co. Ltd., 270

Bayeux, bp. of, see Odo

Baynard:
-, Ralph, 89, 184, 201
-, fam., 184

Bayne:
-, Eliz., 173
-, Oswald, 173
-, P. M., rector of Little Ilford, 29, 31

Bazalgette, Sir Jos., architect, 109

Beachcroft, Sir. Rob., 219

Beaconsfield, earl of, see Disraeli

Beale, Dorothea, 65

Beauchamp:
-, Alice de, ctss. of Warwick, see Tony
-, Anne de (d. 1449), 254
-, Anne de, m. Ric. Neville, earl of Warwick, 254, 256
-, Cecily de, dchss. of Warwick, m. (2) John Tiptoft, earl of Worcester, 254
-, Eleanor de, m. (1) Thos. de Ros, Ld. Ros, (2) Edm. Beaufort, earl (later duke) of Somerset, 254
-, Eliz., see Courtney
-, Guy de, earl of Warwick, 254
-, Hen. de, duke of Warwick, 254
-, Jos., 70
-, Marg., w. of Thos. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1401), 254
-, Ric. de, earl of Warwick, 254
-, Thos. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1369), 254, 256.
-, Thos. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1401), 254, 256

Beaufort:
-, Edm., earl (later duke) of Somerset, 254
-, Eleanor, ctss. (later dchss.) of Somerset, see Beauchamp
-, Thos., earl of Dorset, 75
-, Sir Thos., 75

Beautility Ltd., 85

Beauvais, Phil. of, 73

Beckton, in Barking and East Ham, 4, 14, 16
-, chs., 29
-, dom. bdgs., 16
-, drainage, 23
-, gasworks, 1, 5, 16, 49–50, 112, 138
-, housing, 4
-, noncf., 35
-, postal svces., 7
-, rly., 62

Beckwith:
-, Eliz., see Cholmley
-, Frances, m. (Sir) Geo. Hervey, 11
-, Sir Leonard, 11
-, Rog., 11

Becontree, hund., 1

Beddow, Benj., 335

Bedford, Wm., 314

Bedford, dchss. of, see Russell, Adeline

Bedford Institute Assoc., 132, 300

Bedfordshire, see Leighton Buzzard; Woburn Sands

Bedyk:
-, Adam de, 253, 256
-, Hen. de, 256
-, Joan de, see Hadstock
-, Sir Thos. de, 256

Belchier, Mary, 123

Belgium, see Louvain

Bell:
-, Fran., 125
-, Thos., & Co., 82

Bell & Black, 82

bell-founders, see Blakgrave, R.; Catlin, R.; Chapman, W.; Clifton, J.; Dawe, W.; Gray, Miles; Knight, S.; Mears, C. & G.; Mears, T.; Owen, S.; Pack, T.; Patrick & Osborn; Phelps, R.; Warner, J., & Sons; Waylett, J.; Wightman, P.

Bellingham:
-, Cecily, m. Thos. West, 167
-, Edw. (fl. 1595), 167
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1637), 167
-, Hen., 167
-, fam., 167

Bemersyde (Roxburgh), 49

Bendish:
-, Frances, w. of Heigham (d. 1746), m. (2) Ric. Wilkes, 25
-, Heigham (d. 1723), 25, 28
-, Heigham (d. 1746), 25, 28
-, Mary, see Heigham
-, Rob., 25
-, fam., 3

Benet, Hen., 192

Benfleet, Sabina of, m. John Faucilun, 90

Benington (Herts.), barony of, 257–8

Bennet, Jos., 128

Benstede:
-, Edm., 258
-, Sir Edw. de, 258
-, Helen de, 258
-, Joan de, w. of Sir Edw., 258
-, John de (d. 1323), 258
-, John de (d. 1358), 258
-, John de (d. 1359 or 1360), 258
-, Sir John de (d. 1466), 258
-, Margery de, w. of Sir John (d. 1466), 258
-, Maud de, w. of Edmund, m. (2) John de Caly, 258
-, Wm. de, 258

Bent, fam., 194

Bentham, Wm., 12

Benton:
-, Benj., 128
-, G. T., 348

Berenger, Rog., 168

Berger, Jenson & Nicholson, 83

Berk, F. W., & Co., 82

Berkshire, 345; and see Clewer; Purley

Bermondsey (Surr., later Lond.), 107, 193

Bernard (Barnard):
-, Jas., 13
-, Maurice, 13

Bertie:
-, Cath. D., 187
-, Mary, 239
-, Peregrine, 187
-, fam., 187, 188

Bertin, Canon R. B., vicar of Leyton, 218

Bethell, John H., later Ld. Bethell, 7, 20, 22, 25, 30, 64, 104, 109

Bethnal Green (Mdx., later Lond.), 128, 142, 271
-, alms-hos., 179 n
-, poor-law union, 238
-, rly., 250
-, wkho., 331
-, and see Old Ford

Betuyne (Bettone, Bettyne):
-, Ric. de, 258
-, Wm. de, the elder, 258
-, Wm. de, the younger, 258

Bewley, Hen., 88

Bickerstaff, W. E., 299

Bickley:
-, Alethia, see Garrard
-, Sir Fran., Bt., 70

Bidder:
-, G. P. (d. 1896), 47 n
-, Geo. P. (d. 1878), 47, 64

Biddle, Geo., 133

Biddle & Gingell Ltd., 202

Biggin, John, and his w. Eleanor, 259

Biggs, Wm., & Sons, 84

Bignall, J. M., architect, 293

Bigot, Pet., 161

Billericay, 284

Billing, Great (Northants.), 171

Bingham, Lawr., 323

Bird, Jas., 244

Birmingham, 78

Bishopsgate (Lond.), 272
-, St. Helen's Priory, 260

Biskeley:
-, Ginda, see Windsor
-, Wm. de, 9

Bisson, Dan., 91

Black, And., 138

Black Death, 328; and see Plague, Great

Blackman, John, 74

Blackwall (Lond.), 7, 85

Blackwell & Co., 83

Blair, Revd. Ric. S., 32, 35–6, 135–6, 300–1

Blakeway, Rob., rector of Little Ilford, 26, 171–2

Blakgrave, Ric., bell-founder, 290

Bland:
-, John, 192
-, Mrs. Mary, 192

Blayden, Thos., 187

Blisset, Revd. Hen., 111

Blomfield, Sir Art., architect, 119, 221–2, 359

Bloomsbury (Mdx.), see Tothill

Blore, Edw., architect, 119, 220

Blount:
-, Chas., Ld. Mountjoy, later earl of Devonshire, 324
-, Sir Chris., 323–4
-, Sir John, Bt., 11, 68
-, Lettice, see Dudley
-, Mountjoy, later Ld. Mountjoy and earl of Newport, 324
-, Penelope, see Rich

Blounville:
-, Beatrice, see Graveleye
-, John de, 258

Blower, Pet., vicar of W. Ham, 115– 16, 160

Boake, A., Roberts & Co., 82, 270

Boardman:
-, Clement, 105, 137
-, Clement, & Sons, 56
-, fam., 130, 139

Boddington, Vincent C., 28

Bolbec:
-, Alice de, m. Wal. de Huntercombe, 9
-, Margery, w. of Hugh de, see Montfitchet
-, Margery de, m. (1) Nic. Corbet, (2) Ralph s. of William, 9–11
-, Maud de, m. Hugh de la Val, 9–10
-, Philippa de, m. Rog. de Lancaster, 9, 71

Boles, 'Lady Joan', see Bolles

Boleyn:
-, Anne, see Anne
-, Geo., Vct. Rochford, 12

Bolles (Boles):
-, Sir Geo., ld. mayor of Lond., 28 n
-, Joan, w. of Sir Geo., 28

Bolton, Revd. Wm., 151

Bombay (India), governor of, see Hornby

Bommenaer, Adrian van, 201

Bonallack & Sons, 85

Bond, H. E., 225

Bonnell:
-, Jas., 146
-, Capt. John, 291
-, Sarah, 146, 157–8, 161, 291
-, fam., 249, 291

Bonner:
-, Frank, 157
-, Harding, 66, 157

Booth, Geo., 68

Boothby:
-, Ric., 327
-, Thos., 327

Boreham, F., architect, 357

Borough, in Southwark (Surr., later Lond.), 331

Borough English, custom of, 265, 346

Borton:
-, Beatrice, 231
-, Hen., 231
-, fam., 231

Bosanquet:
-, Eleanor, w. of Sam. (d. 1806), 219
-, Mary, m. Revd. John Fletcher, 176, 179, 190, 224, 228, 238
-, Sam. (d. 1765), 189, 219–20, 228, 257
-, Sam. (d. 1806), 186, 189, 219
-, Sam. (d. 1843), 187, 189, 234, 257, 266
-, Sam. C. (d. 1925), 189
-, Sam. Ric. (d. 1882), 189, 228, 257, 292
-, Wm., 219, 234, 239
-, fam., 189, 190, 205, 219, 257

Bosworth (Leics.), battle of, 194

botanical gardens, 72, 341

Bottisham (Cambs.), 42

Bottle & Olley, architects, 293

Bourne (Lincs.), 188, 220

Bourne, riv., see Ching

Bourne, West (Suss.), see Woodmancote

Bow, see Stratford Bow

Bow Back riv., 57

Bow bridge, in Stratford Bow (Mdx., later Lond.), and W. Ham, 44–5, 50, 59–61, 94–5, 107
-, St. Kath.'s chapel, 60, 118

Bow china, manufacture of, 77–8

Bow creek, 43, 46, 57
-, inds. and trade, 47, 61, 79, 81
-, sewage wks., 101–2, 109
-, and see Lea, riv.

Bow Shirt Manufacturing Co., 202

Bowater-Scott Corp. Ltd., 272

Bowdler, Thos., expurgator of Shakespeare, 184

Bowerbank, Eliz., 163

Bowles:
-, Geo., 334, 336–7
-, Humph., 319

Bowyer:
-, Wm. (d. 1737), 178–9
-, Wm. (d. 1777), 179

Box, John, 33

Boyd, Revd. Hen., 120–1, 149

Boyle, Edw. F., vicar of E. Ham, 26

Bracher, Wm., 127

Bradley, Jas., 321

Bradshaw, fam., 294

Brady, Sir Antonio, 64, 119–20

Braganza, Cath. of, see Catherine

Braintree, 42

Braithwaite, Lilian, 273

Brandon, Chas., duke of Suffolk, 328 n

Brasenose College, Oxford, 25–6

Brassey, Nat., 187

Bray,—, apothecary, 19 n

Breame:
-, Art., 10, 25
-, Edw., 10, 25
-, Giles, 10, 25, 28, 42
-, Ric., 10, 12, 13, 25
-, fam., 28

Brearley:
-, J. B., 353
-, Marg., 310

Bremer, Fred., 271

Bremer Engineering Co., 271

Brentwood, 5, 62, 202, 269

Bret:
-, Isabel, w. of Thos. le, m. (2) Nic. de Maryns, 70
-, Rob. le, 69–70
-, Thos. le, 70
-, fam., 69–70

Breton, Wm. le, 350

Brewers' Company (Lond.), 118

Brewster, Edw. J., vicar of Leyton, 206, 215, 219

Brian son of Ralph (fl. c. 1120), 322

Brian son of Ralph (fl. 1210), 322

Brian, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

brickmaking, 169, 200, 268, 328, 349–50

Bridge:
-, Alex. atte, 338
-, Adml. Sir Cyprian, 252
-, Goscelin atte, 338

Bridgewright (formerly Prat), Wm., 59

Bright, John, 132

Brighton (Suss.), 218

Brine, W. I., & Sons (Furniture Veneers) Ltd., 87

Briset:
-, Emme de, m. Reynold de Ginges, 322
-, Jordan de, s. of Ralph, 322
-, Lettice de, m. Hen. Foliot, 322
-, Maud de, 322

Brisker & Co., 17

Bristol, 78, 209, 288
-, bp. of, see Wright, Rob.

Britains Ltd., 273

British American Tobacco Co., 82

British & Colonial Kinematograph Co., 273

British Celylind Ltd., 202

British Challenge Glazing Co., 86

British Copper Co., 267

British Feeding Meals & Milk Products, 81

British Filmcraft Ltd., 273

British Goodrich Rubber Co., 88

British Land Co., 69, 181, 187, 202, 262, 339, 345

British Tego Gluefilm Ltd., 271

British Tyre & Rubber Co., 88

British Xylonite Co., 273

Brito, Rob., 322

Brittain, Jas., 127–8

Broadwest Film Co., 273

Bromley (Mdx., later Lond.), 57, 89– 90, 122, 267

Brooke:
-, Mary, 324
-, Sir Rob., 324
-, Ld., see Greville

Brooks:
-, Jas., architect, 121
-, Manning, 19 n
-, Thos., 255

Brown:
-, Alf., 148
-, Revd. F. C. G., 223
-, Geo., 347
-, H. T., 34
-, —— (fl. 1764), 68

Brown & Polson, 81

Browne:
-, Sir Ant., 345
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Ant., m. (2) Edw.
-, Fiennes, Ld. Clinton and Say, 345
-, Rob., rector of Woodford, 352

Broxbourne (Herts.), 62, 182, 250

Brunner Mond & Co., 82

Brush Electrical Engineering Co., 271

Bryan, Lady Marg., 184

Bryant & May Ltd., 348

Buchanan, Jack, film actor, 273

Buck Brothers & Harding Ltd., 272

Buckeridge:
-, Amhurst, 118
-, fam., 53 n, 118

Buckey, Benj., printer, 88

Buckfastleigh (Devon), abbot of, see Donne, Gabriel

Buckhurst Hill, in Chigwell, 343, 346

Buckingham:
-, duke and earl of, see Villiers
-, marq. of, see Grenville

Buckinghamshire, 322

Buckle, J. G., 65

Bull:
-, H. D., 34
-, Wm., 42

Bumpstead:
-, Joan de, see Shordych
-, Maud de, w. of Wm. (d. before 1316), 194
-, Rob. de, 194
-, Wm. de (fl. 1257), 194
-, Wm. de (d. before 1316), 194
-, Wm. de (d. 1345), 194

Bumpstead, Steeple, 194

Bunce, J. Strudwicke, 360

Burbidge, Ric., and his w. Mary, 187

Burford, D. & E., later E. & Co., 77

Burgate, Alan de la, 338

Burges:
-, Alf., 60
-, John Ynyr, 14
-, Marg., m. (1) (Sir) John SmithBurges (Bt.), (2) John Poulett, earl Poulett, 14, 43
-, Ynyr, 4, 7, 14, 28
-, Maj. Ynyr A., 14
-, Col. Ynyr Hen., 14, 22, 29
-, fam., 5

Burgh, Hubert de, earl of Kent, 73

Burke, Edm., statesman, 53, 64, 153

Burleigh, Ld., see Cecil

Burmester, Hen., 342, 354, 360

Burnell:
-, Edw., Ld. Burnell (d. 1315), 10–11
-, Edw. (d. 1415), 11
-, Eliz., w. of Edw. (d. 1415), 11
-, Hugh, Ld. Burnell, 11, 17, 71
-, Marg., m. Sir Edm. Hungerford, 11
-, Maud, m. (1) John Lovel, (2) John de Haudlo, 11
-, (formerly de Haudlo), Nic., Ld., Burnell, 11
-, Phil., 10
-, Rob., bp. of Bath and Wells, 10, 18
-, Sid., 310

Burnett, Revd. Wm., 228, 356

Burnside, Revd. Henderson, 122

Burrell:
-, Chas., 200, 257, 266–7
-, Thos., 200

Burt, H. P., 81

Burt, Boulton & Haywood, 81

Burton:
-, Jane S., see Collard
-, John, cooper, 87
-, Thos. Jones, 314 n

Burton-on-Trent (Staffs.), 88

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), 270, 297

Bush, Thos., cooper, 87

Bush, Boake, Allen Ltd., 82, 270

Butler, Phil., 323

Butterfield, Canon Chas. E., 30

Buxhall:
-, Sir Alan, 70
-, Maud, see Aubrey

Buxton:
-, E. N., 351
-, Sir Edw. North, 179
-, Isaac, 179
-, Thos. Fowell, 120, 179

Byrd, Thos., 108

Caesar:
-, Susan, see Ryder
-, Sir Thos., 186

Caines, W. S., Ltd., 88

Caly, Maud de, see Benstede

Cambell, see Campbell

Cambridge, 62, 133
-, University, 239

Cambridgeshire, see Bottisham; Cambridge; Whittlesford

Camden (Lond.):
-, Camden Town, 273
-, and see Hatton Garden; Swiss Cottage

Campbell (Cambell):
-, Colen, architect, 325
-, Revd. R. J., 131, 139, 231
-, (Sir) Thos. (Bt.), 74

Campbell, Johnstone & Co., 85

Campion:
-, Thos., 185–6
-, Wm., 186

Canada, 87

Canfield, Little, see Stone Hall

Cann Hall, in Wanstead, later in Leyton, 175, 181, 224, 317
-, dom. bdgs., 236, 327–8
-, educ., 233, 236
-, forest, 329
-, man., 185, 214, 326–30, 332–3
-, noncf., 229
-, Wood Ho., 236

Canning Town, in West Ham, 16, 47, 49, 61, 100
-, baths, 109
-, bridge, 50, 61
-, Cherry Island, 47
-, chs., 120–1, 123
-, clubs and socs., 67, 143
-, dom. bdgs., 55
-, drainage, 94, 100
-, educ., 148–56
-, ents., 65–6
-, Field Club, 67
-, fire stn., 110
-, floods, 95
-, gas, 108
-, Hallsville (Plaistow New Town), 47, 94, 102, 120
-, housing, 49, 56, 142
-, housing estates:
-, Avenon's, 116, 159–60
-, Fords Park, 49
-, Hudson's, 47
-, Ireland's, 47
-, Keir Hardie, 49, 56, 95, 149, 202
-, inds., 79, 83–9
-, Jews, 141
-, markets, 93
-, noncf., 125–6, 128–30, 132–40
-, pks., 109
-, postal svces., 63
-, power stn., 108
-, publ. hall, 104
-, pub. hos.;
-, Prince Regent, 54
-, Town of Ayr, 65
-, rly., 62–3
-, roads, 50, 101–2, 107
-, Rom. Cathm., 124
-, Ronan Point, 56
-, settlements etc., 142–3
-, wal damage, 107
-, and see Custom House; Mansfield House

Cannizzaro, duke of, see Platamone, Fran.

Canterbury, abp. of, 160; and see Baldwin; Walter

Canvey Island, 284

Capel, Sir Hen., and his w. Dorothy, 189

Capon, David, 217

Capper:
-, Chas., 120
-, Maj. G. C., 221

Capstock, Rog., 259

Carberry, ctss. of, see Vaughan

Cardiff (Glam.), 133

Cardinall:
-, Cecily, see Strelley
-, Humph., 327

Carew, Geo., later earl of Totness, 74

Caribonum Co. Ltd., 202

Carlton House, St. James's (Lond.), 326

Carnegie, And., philanthropist, 21, 230

Carõe, W. D., architect, 293

Carpenters' Company (Lond.), 47, 144, 152, 154, 156

Carter:
-, J. C., 187 n
-, J. R., 87
-, Mr., 220
-, Mrs., 299

Cartwright:
-, Pet., 187, 192
-, Thos., vicar of Walthamstow, later bp. of Chester, 252, 288
-, fam., 192

Cary, Sir Geo., 323

Casali, Andrea, painter, 326

Cass (Casse):
-, And., vicar of Walthamstow, 288
-, Eliz., 317

Castlemaine, Vct., see Child

Catherine (of Braganza), queen of Chas. II, 68

Catlin, Rob., bell-founder, 117

Cawdrey:
-, Dan., rector of Little Ilford, 171
-, Zachariah, rector of Woodford, 353

Cearns Concrete Co., 84

Cecil:
-, Anne, see Lake
-, Eliz., see Manners
-, Frances, w. of Thos., Ld. Burleigh, 255
-, Thos., Ld. Burleigh, later earl of Exeter, 195, 255
-, Wm., 255
-, Wm., Ld. Ros, 255

Celanese Building Components Ltd., 273

Central Cycle & Motor Works, 271

Cerne Abbas (Dors.), 143

Chaffins, John, builder, 89

Chamberlain (Chamberlayne):
-, Edm. the, 9
-, Neville, Minister of Health, later Prime Minister, 106–7
-, John, rector of Little Ilford, 170, 172
-, Ric. the, 9
-, Thos., 14

Chambers, Sir Thos., 91

Champness, John, 127

Chancellor, seeLord Chancellor

Chandler, Sam., 279

Channelsea riv., 43–4, 57, 59–61
-, floods, 54
-, inds. and trade, 61, 76–7
-, mills, 89–90
-, pollution, 102, 211

Chantrey, Sir Fran., sculptor, 334

Chaplin, Sid., 310

Chapman, Wm., bell-founder, 290

Chappel, H. R. (Father Henry), 143

Chappell, T. J., 232

Charles I, 52, 64, 68, 264, 325

Charles II, 68, 204, 323

Charleton:
-, Eliz., see Porter
-, Sir Ric., 194
-, Thos., 194
-, Sir Thos., s. of Thos., 194

Charlton (Kent), 54, 63

Charrington, Edw., 187

Charterhouse (Lond.), 184

Châtillon by Conches (Eure, France), abbey of St. Peter of, 285–6

Chaumbre, Pet. de, 10

Cheere, Sir Hen., sculptor, 219

Cheers & Smith, architects, 5

Cheetham, Rebecca H., 142

Chelmsford, John of, 260

Chelmsford, diocese of:
-, bps. of, 30–1, 332; and see Ditchfield, J. E. W.
-, Dioc. Reorganization Cttee., 30
-, Girls' Friendly Soc., 30

Cheney, Anne. m. (1) Wm. Rowe (d. 1596), (2) Sir Reg. Argall, 256, 259, 261, 286–7

Cheshire, see Barthomley

Cheshunt College (Herts.), 356

Chester, Wm., 74

Chester, bp. of, see Cartwright, Thos.

Chevrollais, François-Jos., 124, 147

Chichester, bp. of, see King, Hen.

Chiddingstone (Kent), 166

Chigwell, 338, 350, 352
-, coaches, 343
-, King's Place, 195
-, Luxborough, 346
-, Monkhams fm., 347
-, noncf., 227–8
-, rly., 343
-, roads, 175, 318
-, and see Buckhurst Hill; Woolston

Chigwell and Woodford Bridge Gas Co., 343

Child:
-, Barnard, 334
-, Dorothy, see Glynne
-, Sir Josiah, Bt. (d. 1699), 322, 324– 5, 329, 334
-, Sir Josiah, Bt. (d. 1704), 324
-, (later Tylney), Sir Ric., Bt., later
-, Vct. Castlemaine and Earl
-, Tylney, 96, 195, 324–5, 329, 331, 333, 345

Childs, Jas., 82

China, 188

Ching (Bourne) riv., 241, 264, 338, 343

Chingford, 216 n, 267, 282
-, boundaries, 240, 258, 280
-, chars., 314
-, Chingford Hatch, 241, 264, 274–5, 292, 343–4
-, Chingford St. Paul's, 257
-, chs., 292
-, drainage, 343
-, hosps., 214, 285
-, libraries, 214
-, rly., 244, 250
-, rector of, 258
-, Rolls, 293
-, Rom. Cathm., 294
-, trams, 251

Chinnall, John, 186

Chip Chap Club, Canning Town, 67

Chipchase, J., 136

Chishull, Edm., vicar of Walthamstow, 252, 276 n, 287–8

Chobham, Thos. de, 71

Cholmley:
-, Eliz., m. (1) Sir Leonard Beckwith, (2) Chris. Kenn, 11
-, Frances, m. Sir Thos. Russell, 11–12
-, Sir Rog., 11, 71

Christendom, Rob., 51

Christ's Hospital (Lond., later Horsham (Suss.)), 90, 360

Chubb & Son Ltd., 272

Church, W. D., architect, 182

Church Building Soc., 220

Church Pastoral Aid Soc., 122

Church Patronage Soc., 120, 122, 293

Church Socialist League, 105

Church Trust Fund, 222

Churchill, Sir Winston, Prime Minister, 344

City Glass Bottle Co., 86

City of London Freehold Land Soc., 244

City Parochial Trustees, 23–4

City Temple, Holborn (Lond.), 202, 231

Clapham (Lond.), 271

Clapton (Lond.), 177, 228, 250, 343 football club, 66

Clare, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester (d. 1262), 8

Clare (Suff.), 182

Clarence:
-, dchss. of, see Neville, Isabel
-, dukes of, see George; Thomas

Clarke (Clark, Clerk, Clerke):
-, Alger the, 13–14
-, Anne, w. of Josiah, 348
-, Benj., mon. mason, 17
-, Ebenezer, 280, 298
-, Edith, 147, 162
-, G. C., architect, 322
-, Jas., 98
-, John, 70
-, John, vicar of E. Ham, 26
-, Jos., 310
-, fam., 298

Claughton, Thos. L., bp. of St. Albans, 121

Claybury, in Ilford, 360

Cleland:
-, Wm., 348
-, fam., 348

Clerk (Clerke), see Clarke

Clerkenwell (Lond.):
-, hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem, 201
-, priory, 322, 327

Cleveland, dchess of, see Villiers, Barbara

Cleveland (Yorks.), 252 n

Clewer (Berks.), Anglican community of, 238

Cleworth, Thos. E., 65

Cleypole, Emily, 159

Clifford:
-, E. O., 126
-, Paul, 126
-, Rob. Rowntree, 64, 125–6

Clifton, John, bell-founder, 218

Clinch, Jas., 127

Clinton and Say, Ld., see Fiennes

Clitherow:
-, Chris., 12
-, Jas., 12

Clowes:
-, Wm. (d. 1604), 64
-, Wm. (d. 1648), 52, 64
-, fam., 52

Cluff:
-, W. G., 280
-, Wm., 280 n, 316

Clutterbuck:
-, Martha, see Swanley
-, Sir Thos., 186 n

Coates Bros. & Co., 83

Cockman Bros. & Co., 83

Coe:
-, John, 311
-, Mrs. 311

Cogan, Dr. Eliezer, 252, 259, 297, 311

Cohen, Geo., & Sons, 84

coin minting, 269

Coke, Sir Edw., judge, 64, 334

Coker, Eliz., 186

Colby, Thos., 315

Colchester, Penelope, 161

Colchester, Ld., see Savage, Ric.

Colchester, 120
-, adcn. of, see King, Hen.
-, rly., 5, 62
-, roads, 44, 164–5, 317, 320

Colegrave:
-, Hen., 327
-, John Manbey, 327
-, Rob., 327
-, Wm. (d. 1721), 327
-, Wm. (d. 1749), 327
-, Wm. (d. 1793), 327
-, Wm. (formerly Manbey) (d. 1868), 327
-, fam., 327

Coles, Geo., 66

Collard:
-, Eliz., 314
-, Capt. Geo., 294, 314
-, Jas. (d. 1791), 269
-, Jane S., w. of Capt. Geo., m. (2)
-, Thos. J. Burton, 294, 314–15
-, Ric., 247 n
-, fam., 247, 269

Colley:
-, H. H., 360
-, Lt.-Col. W. H., 360

Collier (Collyer):
-, A. Wilme, & Co., 17
-, Benj., 195
-, Bros., 269

Collings, W. H., & Son, 329

Collinson's Precision Screw Co. Ltd., 272

Collison, Geo., 226, 298, 357

Collyer, see Collier

Colman, Ronald, film actor, 273

Colston:
-, Eliz., m. (1) Hen. Parvishe (2)
-, Sir Mic. Hicks, 195, 217, 219
-, Gabriel, 195, 259
-, Ralph, 189

Combes, John, 15

Commercial Gas Co., 108

Commercial Road turnpike trust, 3, 46, 61, 101

Commercial Travellers' school, in Wanstead, later in Pinner (Mdx.), 322

Commissioners of Woods and Forests, 351

Committee for Plundered Ministers, 25, 216, 228

Commonwealth, immigrants from, 2, 44

Comper, Sir Ninian, architect, 31

Compton:
-, Ant., 315
-, Dinah, 315
-, Hen., bp. of Lond., 223
-, Wm., Ld. Compton, 71, 195

Comyn:
-, David, 194, 257
-, Isabel, see Valognes
-, John (d. 1290), 258
-, Steph. (fl. 1754), 12
-, Steph. (fl. 1798), 12
-, Wm. (fl. 1265), 257
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1283), 257–8, 276

Condé, Prince de, see Louis Joseph

Congreve rocket factory, in West Ham, 82

Constrictor Tyre Co., 85

Conway, Sam., 298

Conyers:
-, Edw., vicar of Walthamstow and of Epping, 288
-, John (d. 1724), 286
-, John (d. 1818), 314
-, Tristram, 249, 315
-, Wm., 315
-, fam., 249, 286

Cook:
-, Edw., & Co., 83
-, —, apothecary, 19 n

Cooke:
-, Sir Ant., 259
-, Chas., 250
-, Hannah, 263, 360
-, Ric., 263
-, Theophilus L., rector of Little Ilford, 170–2
-, Wm. (d. 1787), 263
-, Wm. (d. 1792), 261–2, 289

Cooper:
-, D. H., 299
-, E., architect, 109
-, Eliz. (d. 1669), see Otten
-, Eliz. (d. 1708), 261, 287, 317
-, Gladys, film actress, 273
-, Jas., 118, 158–9, 161, 163
-, Ric. (d. c. 1688), 261
-, Ric. (d. 1690), 261
-, fam., 259, 287

Co-operative Wholesale Soc., 80–1

Coopers' Company (Lond.), 115

Copeland:
-, J., 296
-, Wm. (d. 1826), 192
-, Wm. T. (d. 1868), lord mayor of Lond., 192, 274

Copeland & Jenkins Ltd., 202

Coppermill riv., see Fleet riv.

Corbett (Corbet):
-, A. Cameron (later Ld. Rowallan), 5, 49
-, Edw., 315
-, Margery, see Bolbec
-, Nic., 10
-, Thos., 49, 74

Corbutio, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Corbutio (Corbicum, Corpechun):
-, Geof., 185
-, Ric. (fl. 1200), 185, 195, 214
-, Ric. (fl. 1236–8), 185
-, Wal., 185
-, fam., 185, 197

Corn Products Co., 79, 81

Cornhill, Hen. of, 73

Cornthwaite, Revd. T., 120

Cornwall, 8

Cornwell, Jack, V.C., 40

Corpechun, see Corbutio

Corrie, Wm., 80

Corsellis, Nic., 215

Cory, John, 133

Cosburn, Sam., & Sons, 17

Cossar, John, and his w. Susannah, 314

Coton, John, 70

Cotton:
-, Agnes, 238
-, Hen., 221
-, Sir Hen., 197
-, Capt. Jos, 184, 190, 197
-, Wm., 191, 197, 218, 220

Couldery, Wm., 298

Coulthist, John, 238

County & General Gas Consumers Co., 211

County of London Electric Supply Co., 211, 321, 343

Courtaulds Ltd., 273

Courten:
-, Wm., 70
-, Sir Wm., 70

Courtenay Building Ltd., 244

Courteville:
-, Jane, w. of Raphael, 257
-, Lucy, see Green
-, Raphael, 257

Courtney:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Beauchamp, 70
-, Pet., 70

Covelee:
-, John de, 71
-, Wal. de, 91

Coverley, Wm., 335

Coward, Wm., 247, 251, 297

Cowley, Earl, see Wellesley, H.

Cox:
-, John (fl. 1669), vicar of Leyton, 215–16
-, John (fl. 1745), 92, 108
-, Mary, 314
-, Wm., 345

Coxhead, F. J., 230, 231

Cracknell, J. E., 126

Craig-Hubbuck Ltd., 83

Crampton:
-, R. & A., wireworkers, 84
-, Rob., 84

Crane, Hen., vicar of Walthamstow, 291

Cranfield, C. E., 107

Creed, Ric., architect, 221, 239

Creting, Adam de, 10

Crewe:
-, Eliz., see Hyett
-, John, 71

Cricket Company, 67

Crockett, J. R. & C. P., 88

Cromwell:
-, (or Williams), Sir Hen., 185
-, Joan, see Warren
-, Oliver, Ld. Protector, 185, 189, 196, 333

Cropley, John, 252

Crosse & Blackwell, 16, 80

Crow:
-, Chris., 345, 349
-, Thos. (d. 1886), 131
-, Thos. (fl. 1917), 81

Crown Sulphur Works, 82

Crowther, John, 77

Croydon (Surr.), 296

Crump:
-, Fanny, 359
-, Rhoda, 359
-, fam., 359

Crusader Manufacturing Co., 273

Cubitt, Thos., 197, 218

Cuckney (Notts.), 331

Cuffley, Rob., 322

Cumberland, duke of, see Henry Frederick

Cumberland, 360; and see Greystoke

Cunard Film Co. Ltd., 273

Cunningham, Benj., 106

Curno, Thos., 81

Curtis (Curteys):
-, Anne, m. Sir Pet. Anstey, 93
-, Edm., professor, 65
-, John, 90
-, Mrs. Mary, 111, 162
-, Rob. L., 89
-, Thos. (fl. 1537–8), 187
-, Thos. (fl. 1830), architect, 119
-, Wm., 90, 93
-, Sir Wm., Bt., lord mayor of London, 321
-, fam., 89

Curwen:
-, Revd. John (d. 1880), 53, 56, 65–6, 87, 125, 129, 131, 148
-, John S. (d. 1916), 54, 66, 151, 157
-, fam., 130

Curwen Press, 87, 129

Custom House, in West Ham, 49
-, chs., 120–1, 123
-, educ., 149, 151–2, 154–5
-, hosp., 111
-, housing, 56
-, noncf., 126–7, 134–7, 139
-, rly., 62
-, settlements, etc., 143
-, stadium, 67

Cuthbert:
-, Edw., 262
-, Revd. Jos., 262

Cutts:
-, J. E. K. & J. P., architects, 292
-, John, 348

Dacre, Geo., 99–100, 162

Dagenham, 11, 15, 352
-, drainage, 283
-, hosps., 111
-, marshes and sea defences, 17
-, noncf., 32
-, Parsloes, 261

Dagenham brook, 175–6, 203–4, 241, 273–4, 283

Dalloway, Mary, 31

Dames, fam., 54

Danbury, 323

Dane & Co., 83

Danes, 203

Daniel, T. & H. Llewelyn, architects, 303

Daniels, Benj., match mfr., 82

Darell:
-, Jas. (or John), and his w. Cath., 261

Dartford (Kent), 8

Dartnall, Wm., architect, 36

Dashwood, Sir Fran., Bt., 319

Daubuz:
-, Jas., 191
-, John T., 190–1, 193
-, Lewis C., 191
-, Magdalen, 191, 239
-, fam., 190, 193

Davidson, T. E., Son & Sherwood, architects, 226

Davies:
-, D. A., 267, 302
-, David, 25
-, Eliz., see Hitch
-, J. D., 227
-, J. O., 302
-, Phyllis, 34

Davies & Williams, dairymen, 267

Davis:
-, David, 296 n
-, E. J., 237
-, E. J., & Co., 84
-, Mark, 238
-, Wm., 161

Dawe:
-, Rob., 256 n
-, Wm., bell-founder, 218

Dawson, Wm., 209, 212

Day:
-, J. B., 136
-, Jas., 128

Dean, Wm. H., 148

Deason, Chas., & Son, 87

Death, Jonas, 346

Defoe, Dan., writer, 45, 325

Dennison, John, 26

Denys, Hugh, 328 n

Derby, 77

Derbyshire Stone Ltd., 270

Dersingham (Norf.), 257

Desbordes, Lewis, vicar of East Ham, 26

Desormeaux, —, apothecary, 19 n

Devereux:
-, Eliz., see Martin
-, John, 341 n
-, Leicester, Vct. Hereford, 341 n
-, Price, Vct. Hereford, 341
-, Rob., earl of Essex, 323–4, 334 n, 341

Devonshire:
-, earl of, see Blount, C.
-, sheriff of, see Baldwin

Devonshire, 8; and see Buckfastleigh; Torquay

Dickens:
-, Alf., 100
-, Chas., novelist, 100

Dickerdine, Geo. R., see Fellow

Dickinson:
-, Wm. (d. 1702) and Wm. (d. 1725), architects, 191 n

Dick's Asbestos and Insulating Co., 89

Dillon (formerly Silver), Chas., 65

Dilwyn:
-, Susan, see Weston
-, Wm., 255

Dingestow Hall, in Dingestow (Mon.), 189

disasters, 56, 80, 82, 87, 123, 152, 157

Disraeli, Benj., earl of Beaconsfield, 159, 252

Distillers Co. Ltd., 273

Ditchfield, John. Edwin Watts, bp. of Chelmsford, 31, 294

Divine Compassion, Soc. of, see St. Francis, Soc. of

docks, 2, 59, 61; and see East India Docks; Royal Docks

Dod, Ellen, 360

Dodd, Wm., forger, 53, 64, 116, 157

Doddridge, Phil., nonconformist divine, 297

Dolman, T. F., architect, 292

Domvile, Rob., vicar of Leyton, 216

Donald, H. A., 66

Donaldson:
-, Jas., architect, 268 n
-, Jane, see Leverton
-, Thos. L., architect, 268 n

Donne, Gabriel, abbot of Buckfastleigh, 64

Donyland, East, 187

Doolittle, Thos., 355

Dorking (Surr.), 108

Dorset, earl of, see Beaufort, Thos.

Dorset, see Cerne Abbas

Douglas, J. W. H. T., 321

Dovercourt, 116

Downing:
-, H. P. Burke, architect, 292
-, Sir Jacob, Bt., 13

Draginsford, in Little Ilford and Wanstead, 166

Draper:
-, Mary, m. John Baber, 10
-, Mrs. Sara, m. (2) Sir Nic. Kempe, 10, 31, 42
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 10

Drapers' Company (Lond.), 182

Draycot Cerne (Wilts.), 324

Drew, Clark & Co., 202

Drinkwater, John, poet, 184

Druitt, Theodore, & Co., stonemasons, 17, 86

Drysdale, G., 230

Du Barry & Co., 91

Du Boulay, Archibald, 250

Dubordieu, John, vicar of Leyton, 206, 215–16, 220

Dudley:
-, Lettice, w. of Rob., earl of Leicester, m. (3) Sir Chris. Blount, 323
-, Rob., earl of Leicester (d. 1588), 74, 167, 323–5, 332 n
-, Sir Rob., 167

Duesbury, Wm., 77

Duncan, Jas., 80, 126, 130, 135, 138

Duncan, Bell & Scott, 80

Dunford, J. W., architect, 285

Dunkley, H., 296

Dunmow, Great, 45, 175

Dunmow, Little, priory, 113 n

Dunn, John, architect, 245

Dunn, Squires, & Co. (later Dunn & Co.), 82

Dunster, Wm., 220

Dupree, G. & F., 84

Durning-Lawrence:
-, Theodora, 143
-, fam., 139

Duroglass Ltd., 272

Dyer:
-, Hen., & Sons, 89
-, John, builder, 89

Dyers' Company (Lond.), 179

Dyson, Geo., architect, 117

Eaglesfield, Thos., 14

Ealing (Mdx., later Lond.), 166

Eardley, Steph., 311

East, Jos., 3

East Anglia, ealdorman of, see Athelstan

East India Company, 7, 14, 186

East India Docks, 3, 46

East London Waterworks Co., 23, 57, 91–2, 101, 108, 198–9, 201, 212, 234, 243, 265, 267, 283, 315, 321, 343

Eastern Counties and Thames Junction Rly., 47, 62

Eastern Counties Rly., 4, 5, 46, 50, 61–2, 69, 78, 81, 85, 91, 165, 182, 320, 343

Eastern Rubber Co., 88

Easton, Mary, 337

Eastty, R. H., 295

Eaton, fam., 340

Eccles:
-, Solomon, and his w. Anne, 132
-, Miss, 137

Eckett, Rob., 136

Edgar, King, 8, 13

Edge:
-, Jas., 263
-, Ric., 263
-, Thos., 263

Edgington, Miss, 157

Edmonton (Mdx.), 240, 245
-, Co-op. Soc., 80
-, sch. bd., 312

Edmund, earl of Lancaster (d. 1296), 9; his w. Aveline, see Forz

Edmund the Chamberlain, 9

Edward the Confessor, St. and King, 13, 344

Edward I, 93, 95

Edward IV, 70, 256, 259

Edward VI, 323, 346

Edward, earl of Warwick (d. 1499), 70, 256

Edwards:
-, Geo., naturalist, 64, 238
-, Geo. Canning, 162
-, Hen., 11
-, Humph., 68
-, J. Passmore, 21, 24, 111
-, Montague, 105

Edwin (fl. 1066), 9, 15, 25

Egg, Revd. E. T., 34, 131, 227, 357

Egham (Surr.), 115

Elderton, see Elrington

Elephant and Castle, Southwark (Lond.), 251, 320, 343

Elizabeth I, 70, 74, 196, 204, 323–4, 332 n

Elizabeth (of York), queen of Hen. VII, 70

Ellingham, Little (Norf.), 327 n

Elliott (Elliot):
-, John (?), admiral, 72
-, Tom, 137
-, Wm., 111
-, & Sons, 271

Ellis:
-, G. W., ivory turner, 202
-, J. W., 299
-, Thos. F., 187

Elrington (Elderton):
-, John, and his w. Ursula, 192
-, Rob., 192–3
-, Rowland, 354

Elston, Amelia, 43

Eltham (Kent), 8

Elven, G., 127

Elwes, Eliz., 353–4, 360

Emblem, John, 129

Emblin, Wm., 238

Empire Printing Ink Co., 83

Enfield (Mdx.), 346, 356

England, Geo., 122

English Calico (formerly English Sewing Cotton) Ltd., 86, 272

English Electric Co., 271

Ensign Ltd., 271

Epping, 350
-, coach svces., 182, 343
-, mkt., 243, 269
-, rly., 62
-, roads, 96, 176–7, 318
-, vicar, see Conyers, Edw.

Epping Forest, 228, 255, 318, 338
-, Crown rights, 205
-, incs., 164, 169, 205
-, manorial rights, 167
-, pasture rights, 199
-, preservation, 181, 205, 321, 324, 338, 351
-, and see Waltham, forest of

Epping and Ongar highway trust, 342

Equity Building Soc., 302

Essex, earls of, see Devereux, Rob.; Mandeville, Geof. and Wm.

Essex, adcns. of, 51; and see Jones, Hugh C.; Mulakyn

Essex Brewery Co., 269

Essex county council, 22, 24, 38, 59, 61, 106, 164, 177, 211, 230, 233, 236, 239, 287, 304, 309, 321, 333, 336, 342, 344

Essex Engineering Co., 329

Essex Field Club, 67

Essex river board, 18, 95

Ettrick, E. Maughan, rector of Little Ilford, 31

Eugenius III, pope, 286 n

Eure, France, see Châtillon

Evelyn, John, diarist, 189, 195, 325

Ever Ready Co. (Gt. Britain) Ltd., 271

Everard, Wal., 92

Everest & Co., 81

Everett, W. H., printer, 272

Evesham (Worcs.), 253

Excel Co., 81

Exeter, earl of, see Cecil, Thos.

Exning (Suff.), 73

Express Rubber Co. Ltd., 272

Fabyan, Rob., 64

Fairbairn, And. M., 142

Fairbard, Revd. Thos., 232

Fairfax, Wm., vicar of East Ham, 26

fairs, 93–4, 328

Falaise, Adam de, 72

falconer, Wm. the, see William

Faldo:
-, Fran., 118
-, John, 118

Fanshawe:
-, Hen. (fl. 1561), 353
-, Hen. (d. 1568), 115
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1631), 115
-, Thos. (d. 1651 or 1652), 115
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1705), 115
-, Thos. (d. 1758), 261

Farley, Revd. E. J., 224

Farmer, Hugh, 252, 297

Farrer, Thos., 196

Faucilun:
-, John (d. bef. 1245), 90
-, John (fl. 1250), s. of Rob., 90
-, Kath., w. of Rob., 90
-, Sabina, see Benfleet
-, Wm., 90

Fawcett (Fawcit), Eliz., w. of Wm., m. (2) Wm. Toppesfield, 118, 160, 163
-, Jos., 297
-, Wm., 118, 161

Fell:
-, John (fl. 1730), 261
-, John (fl. 1783), and his w. Eliz., 261

Fellow:
-, (formerly Dickerdine), Geo. R., 263
-, Jas., 263
-, Rice, 263

Felsted school, 122–3

Fenn, Sir Ric., 160

Ferguson, Rob., 129–30

Ferrers:
-, John de, 70
-, Marg. de, see Montagu
-, Wm. de, Ld. Ferrers of Groby, 70
-, fam., 70

field names, 2, 4, 12–13, 15, 18, 46, 57, 71–2, 75–6, 94, 114, 159–60, 197–8, 234, 239, 241 n, 256, 258– 9, 264, 266–8, 287, 291, 314–16, 323, 327–8, 338, 345–6, 349, 353

fields, common, 15, 75, 197, 264, 349

Fiennes:
-, Edw., Ld. Clinton and Say, 345
-, Eliz., see Browne

Finch, John, 118

Firmin, Pet., 25

Fish, Wal., 192

Fishbourne, G. W., 126

Fisher:
-, John, 316
-, S. A., cooper, 87

Fishmongers' Company (Lond.), 171

Fisons Ltd., 83

Fitt, Wm., 310

Fitz Hamon, Maud, dau. of Rob., see Maud

Fitz Walter:
-, Christine, m. Wm. de Mandeville, earl of Essex, 194
-, Gunnore, see Valognes
-, Rob., 194

FitzWygram, Sir F. W. J., 293

Flamstead (Herts.), barony of, 253–4

Flaxman, John, sculptor, 219

Fleet (Coppermill, Papermill, Waterworks) riv., in Walthamstow, 241, 243, 264, 267, 273

Fleming:
-, Eliz., 43
-, John, 128

Flesher, Jas., 327

Fletcher:
-, Sir Bannister, architect, 120
-, John, vicar of Madeley (Salop), 228
-, Mary, see Bosanquet
-, Thos., 298

Flete, John, 13

Flight & Robson, 218

Flockton, Thos., 25

floods, 2, 14–15, 17–18, 21–2, 22, 57, 75, 91–2, 94–5, 113, 203, 241, 274, 342, 349

Flower, Edw., 118

Foliot:
-, Gilb., bp. of Lond., 114–15
-, Hen., 322
-, Lettice, see Briset

Fontaine, Mrs. G. E. de, 163

fonte, Wm. de, 338

Foot, Sir Thos., Bt., ld. mayor of Lond., 51, 64, 118

Ford Motor Co., 271

Forest Gate, in West Ham, 5, 96
-, alms. hos., 56
-, bus svces., 320
-, cemeteries, 74, 112, 140, 141
-, chars., 162
-, chs., 26, 30, 120, 143, 222
-, dom. bdgs., 54–6, 117 Forest Ho., 54 Workington Ho., 56
-, Eagle and Child pub. ho., 55
-, educ., 40, 66, 147, 149, 151–3, 155–7
-, ents., 66
-, fire stn., 110
-, growth, 47
-, hosp., 111
-, housing estates:
-, Claremont, 56
-, Gurney, 55
-, Woodgrange, 49, 55–6, 117
-, inds., 79, 83–6
-, Jews, 141
-, libraries, 112
-, noncf., 33, 36, 38, 125–40, 227, 230, 232
-, postal svces., 63
-, pub. hall and theatre, 65
-, rlys., 5, 62, 165, 182, 193
-, roads, 55–6
-, Rom. Cathm., 124
-, settlements, etc., 143
-, telephone exchange, 63
-, trams, 165
-, war damage, 111

Forest school, Walthamstow, 250, 252, 311

Forster:
-, Benj., 249, 251
-, Edw. (d. 1812), 251
-, Edw. (d. 1849), 249, 251, 342
-, Thos., 249, 251
-, Thos. I. M., 251

Fortescue, Nic., 255

Forz:
-, Aveline de (d. 1239), see Montfitchet
-, Aveline de (d. 1274), m. Edm., earl of Lancaster, 9

Foster:
-, John, 129
-, Josiah, 130–1
-, R., 123
-, Ric., 292–3
-, Thos., 76

Fothergill, Dr. John, 64, 72

Foulger:
-, Art., 314–15
-, D. B., & Son, 17
-, Mrs., 311

Fowell, Thos., 179

Fowke, John, 360

Fowler:
-, J., architect, 334
-, fam., 335

Fox, Paul, silk weaver, 76

France, 12, 77, 105, 106 n
-, ambassador from, 204
-, immigrants from, 77, 123–4, 224
-, and see Châtillon; Persan

Frankenberg, I., & Sons, 88

Frankland, Chas., 74

Fraser, Sir Wm., 348

Fraunceys:
-, Adam (d. 1375), 71, 194, 260
-, Sir Adam (d. 1417), 194
-, Agnes, w. of Adam (d. 1375), 194
-, Agnes, m. Sir Wm. Porter, 194
-, Marg., w. of Sir Adam, 194
-, Maud, w. of Sim., 256
-, Sim., 256, 260
-, fam., 260

Frederick II (the Great) of Prussia, 54

Frederick William IV, of Prussia, 53

Fredericks:
-, Albert, 65
-, Emily, see Silver
-, Fred., 65
-, fam., 65

Freehold Land Soc., 181

Freeman:
-, J. J., 298
-, Jas., 43
-, John, 157
-, Miss, 337

Freeth, F. A., 82

French:
-, G. R., architect, 147
-, J. H., 127

French Asphalte Co., 86

Frere, E. C., architect, 222, 231

Fresselicque, Ralph, 277

Frith, Wm., 215

Frobisher, Sir Martin, 252

Fry:
-, Eliz. (Gurney), w. of Jos., 3, 7, 18, 30, 36, 39, 53, 64
-, John Gurney, 299
-, Kath., 3
-, Wm., 190
-, Wm. Storrs, 69, 173
-, fam., 3–4, 98, 132, 164, 173

Frye, Thos., Bow china mfr., 64, 77

Fuller:
-, John, 193
-, Nic., and his w. Sara, 167
-, Rob., abbot of Waltham, 345

Fuller Electric Ltd., 271

Fulton, (Sir) Forrest, M.P., 112

Furnival, Ralph, 260

Fursey, Mr. and Mrs., 35

Fyfield, 156

Gabriel, a brewer, 167

Gadsby, Wm., basket-maker, 89

Gaffin, Edw. and Thos., sculptors, 219

Gage, fam., 223

Gal, Ric., 338

Galley, H. J., 127

Gamuel, Thos., 315

Gansel:
-, David (d. 1714), 179, 186, 261
-, David (d. 1753), 186–7, 189, 207, 220, 261
-, Wm., general, 186, 215, 261
-, fam., 215

gaols, see prisons

Gardiner:
-, Chris., 91
-, Thos. (fl. 1589), 91
-, Thos. (fl. 1646), 91

Garner, E., Ltd., 272

Garnett:
-, Ric. (fl. 1611), 257
-, Ric. (d. 1643), 315

Garrard:
-, Alethia, m. Sir Fran. Bickley, Bt., 70
-, Sir Jacob, Bt., 7, 13, 43, 70, 97, 160, 163
-, Sir Nic., and his w. Cecilia, 13
-, Sir Thos., 13, 71
-, fam., 70

Gas Light & Coke Co., 4, 7, 16, 23, 29, 36, 38–9, 50, 62, 108, 161, 211, 283, 343

Gascoigne, Geo., 252

Gasper, Ursula, dau. of Luke, 219

gavelkind, custom of, 12, 69

Gay, R., & Co., 83

Geere, Thos., 162

Gellatly, Pet., 142

General Electric Co., 271

General Strike (1926), 282

George II, 172

George III, 64, 76, 334

George IV, 76

George, duke of Clarence, 70, 256

Gerente, Henri, 28

Germany, 105
-, immigrants from, 78, 80, 82
-, ind., 78, 83
-, and see Munich; Oberammergau; Prussia

Gernon, Rob., 8–9, 14–15, 25, 44, 68, 72, 74, 89, 185

Gervase, abbot of Westminster, 13

Gibbs, Jas., & Co., 84

Gibbs, Bell & Co., 84

Gibbs Fertilizers Ltd., 84

Gibson:
-, J. G. S., 156
-, Jesse, architect, 217
-, John, 250

Gilbert, Revd. T. H., 221

Gilder, Sir A., architect, 302

Giles, John, architect, 100

Gill Bros., 81

Gillard & Co. Ltd., 270

Giller, Sydney, 33

Gillespie, R. H., 126

Ginges:
-, Emme de, see Briset
-, Sir Ralph de, 322
-, Reynold de, 322

gipsies, 3, 47, 358

Gisors, John de, 253

Given-Wilson, Revd. Thos., 64, 111, 119

Gladstone, Cath., w. of Wm. Ewart (the Prime Minister), 346

Glaeser, F. A., see Schmidt, C. W. (F. A. Glaeser), Ltd.

Glamorgan, see Cardiff

Glasgow (Scot.), 227, 270

Glaskin, John, 295

Glass, Elliott, & Co., 88

Glasse, Sam., rector of Wanstead, 330, 333, 334, 336

Gliksten, J., & Son, 87

Globe Foundry Ltd., 84

Globe-Wernicke Ltd., 272

Gloucester, earls of, see Clare, Ric. de; Robert

Gloucester, honor of, 8

Gloucestershire, see Bristol; Newent; Tormarton

Glover:
-, Geo., 65
-, Ric., 3

Glynne, Dorothy, m. Ric. Child (later Tylney), Earl Tylney, 195

Godbold & Sons, 88

Goddard, John, 345

Godfrey:
-, John, 360
-, Mic., 344
-, Pet., 354
-, Rob., vicar of Leyton, 216–17
-, Thos., 251
-, W. H., architect, 342

Godlee, fam., 335

Godsalf, Sir John, 178

Godsell, Revd. Geo., 121

Gold, Geo., 128–9

Goldsmith:
-, Clement, 201
-, fam., 187 n

Goldsmiths' Company (Lond.), 118

Goldthorp, Mary, 148, 159

Gollop, John, nurseryman, 266

Goodacre, Wm., & Sons, 84–5

Goodere, Ric., rector of Wanstead, 330

Goodfellow, Mathias, 192

Goodman:
-, Josiah, and his w., 231
-, Wm., 227
-, fam., 231

Goodrich, B. F., Co., 88

Goodridge, John, 266

Gordon-Walker, Pat., M.P., 214

Gore, John, 11

Goring:
-, Alice, see Baker
-, Chas., earl of Norwich, 189, 219

Gouge:
-, Nic., 26
-, Ric., 18
-, Thomasin, 159

Gough, John, 128

Gould, C. & A., Ltd., 81

Gowar, Steph., & Co., 85

Gowlett, Miss, 337

Grace, John, 91

Graham:
-, Emma, 239
-, Louisa, 239

Grant:
-, Gabriel, vicar of Walthamstow, 286–8
-, Sarah, m. John Argall, 287 n
-, T. F. W., architect, 223

Gratton, H. H., 227

gravel-digging, 16, 200, 205, 265, 268, 283, 284 n, 328

Graveley (Herts.), 186

Graveleye:
-, Beatrice w. of Rob. de, m. (2) John de Blounville, 258
-, Rob. de, 258

Gray (Graye):
-, Isabel, see Rysshe
-, Matthew, 88
-, Miles, bell-founder, 120
-, Thos., 258

Grays Chalk Quarries Ltd., 86

Grays Inn (Mdx., later Lond.), 167

Great Eastern London Motor Omnibus Co., 183, 251

Great Eastern Rly., 50, 61–2, 71, 78, 85, 94, 101, 141, 144, 147, 149, 156, 165, 174, 182, 198, 203, 250, 283, 315–16

Greater London Council, 60, 93
-, fire brigade, 213

Greaves, H. W., 104

Green:
-, Eliz., see Argall
-, Hen., 239
-, Kath., 257
-, Lucy, m. Raphael Courteville, 257
-, Nat., 256–7
-, R. H., & Silley Weir, 16, 85

Greengate & Irwell Rubber Co., 88

Greenhill:
-, John, 69
-, Ric., 69
-, widow, 164 n
-, Wm., 69
-, —— (fl. 1824), 170
-, fam., 164

Greenock (Renfrews., Scot.), 80

Greenwich (Kent, later Lond.), 12
-, Chapel Royal, 202, 220
-, ind., 88
-, noncf., 296

Greenwood, Jas., 359

Gregory, Geo., vicar of West Ham, 116

Greig, Dr. Glennie, 312

Grenville:
-, Geo. Nugent-Temple-, marquess
-, of Buckingham (1753–1813),
-, 91 n
-, fam., 91

Grenyng, John, 25

Greville:
-, Frances, see Maynard
-, Fran., Ld. Brooke, later earl of
-, Warwick, 255

Greystoke (Cumb.), 10

Griffin, John, 197

Grocers' Company (Lond.), 341

Grosvenor:
-, Field Marshal Thos., 249 n
-, fam., 249

Groves, Thos., M.P., 60

Guillim (Gwilliam):
-, John, 252
-, Mary, 160

Guiness, Dr. Gratton, 126

Guldeford, Lady, 223

Gulf Oil (Great Britain), Ltd., 81–2

Gunton & Gunton, architects, 35

Gurney:
-, Eliz., see Fry
-, John (d. 1856), 72, 74
-, John (fl. 1856), 72, 74, 109
-, John (fl. 1872), 69
-, Russell, 252
-, Sam., 53, 64, 69, 72, 74, 88, 120, 146–7, 149, 163
-, fam., 98, 132

Gutta Percha Co., 88

Guy, Hugh, rector of Little Ilford, 31

Gwilliam, see Guillim

Gyfford, Edw., architect, 250

H.T.B. Ltd., 270

Habershon, W. G., architect, 293

Hackney (Mdx., later Lond.), 197–8, 200, 203, 207, 215, 219, 263, 295
-, boundaries, 174, 177, 240
-, drainage, 212
-, educ., 322
-, ferry, 177, 244
-, inds., 271–2
-, man., 177, 201
-, marsh, 203
-, poor-law union, 157
-, rlys., 62, 250
-, roads, 177–8
-, theological college, 226
-, White Hart pub. ho., 201
-, and see Lea Bridge; Lea, riv.; Temple Mills

Haddan, Art. W., 344

Hadstock:
-, Austin of, 253
-, Joan of, m. Adam de Bedyk, 253
-, Wm. of, 253, 256

Haford, Thos., 239

Haig:
-, Hen., 49
-, Neil W., 49
-, fam. (of Bemersyde), 49

Hainault, 62, 359

Hainault Forest, 329; and see Waltham, forest of

Haldan (fl. 1066), 257

Haldane, Alex., 69

Hale:
-, Ric., 161
-, Thos., and his wife, 291
-, fam., 294

Hale End, in Walthamstow, 241, 244 dom. bdgs., 250
-, Belle Vue Ho. (Cooke's Folly), 250, 264
-, St. Margaret's, 250
-, drainage, 283
-, educ., 306
-, gas, 282
-, hosp., 285
-, housing, 284
-, library, 285
-, noncf., 298–9

Halex Ltd., 273

Haliwell, priory of, in Shoreditch (Mdx., later Lond.), 191, 194, 198, 215

Hall:
-, John, 347
-, Louisa, 240
-, Sir Phil., 53, 118
-, Wm., 240
-, Miss, 306
-, fam., 118
-, and see aula

Hallam, C., architect, 230

Ham, East, 1–43, 6, 23, 48, 53, 70, 330
-, agric., 14–16, 75
-, alms-ho., 3, 42
-, baths, 22, 24
-, Bonny Downs, 4, 12
-, boro. council, 17, 22–4, 30–1, 38, 173, 321
-, boundaries, 1, 43, 318
-, bridges, 3
-, bus svces., 7
-, cemeteries, 17, 24, 38
-, chars., 42–3
-, chs., 2, 5, 25–31, 27, 120
-, civic arms, 1 n
-, civil defence, 23
-, clubs and socs., 7–8
-, commons, 15, 96
-, dom. bdgs., 3–4, 5, 14, 20–2
-, Bullyrag Row, 4
-, Burgess Ho., 4
-, Byron Ave. (no. 184), 8
-, Clock Ho., 14
-, East Ham Hall, 10
-, East Ham Ho., 4, 26
-, Green St. Ho. (Boleyn Castle), 13, 14, 28, 42, 66
-, Irish Row, 4
-, Limes, 4
-, Manor Ho., 42, 69
-, Oak Hall, 4
-, Plashet Cottage, 4
-, Plashet Hall, 4
-, Plashet Ho., 3, 5
-, Potato Hall, 4
-, Rancliffe Ho., 4, 23
-, Salt Box Row, 4
-, Vicarage, 26
-, White Ho., 4
-, Wood Ho., 4
-, Ynyr Burges's house, 14, 14
-, drainage, 23
-, econ. hist., 14–17
-, educ., 5, 21, 32–3, 35–6, 38–43, 203
-, elec., 23
-, ents., 7–8
-, fms., 3, 4, 14–16, 68
-, field names, 3–4, 12–13, 15, 18
-, fire svces., 20, 22, 24
-, floods, 2, 14–15, 17–18, 22, 94
-, forest, 15, 95–6
-, gas, 23
-, gipsies, 3
-, growth, 2, 20–2, 241
-, guilds, 26
-, hosps., 20, 23–4
-, housing, 5, 23–4
-, housing estates, 4–5, 14, 20–1, 23–4, 30, 35
-, immigration into, 2, 4, 15, 16 n, 19, 31
-, inds., 4, 16–17
-, Jews, 3, 38
-, libraries, 21, 24
-, loc. bd., 17, 20, 23–4, 41, 170
-, loc. govt., 18–23
-, mans. and other estates, 8–14, 75
-, Burnells, 9–12, 18, 68–9, 71, 75, 95, 97
-, East Ham (Hall), 9–10, 12, 14, 68, 74
-, Green Street (Boleyn Castle), 12–13
-, Hammarsh, 2, 13–14
-, Ynyr Burges, 14
-, mkt. gdns., 15–16
-, marshes and sea defences, 13–15, 17–18
-, mills, 16
-, mineral springs, 2
-, noncf., 29, 32–8, 125
-, North End, 2, 7, 10
-, pks., 4, 14, 20, 23, 212
-, parl. rep., 24–5
-, police, 21, 23
-, poor-relief, 19–21
-, pop., 2, 21
-, postal svces., 7
-, pub. hos., 7, 16
-, Black Lion, 4
-, Duke's Head, 3
-, Green Man, 4
-, Harrow, 3
-, White Horse, 3
-, pub. svces., 20, 23–4
-, rlys., 4–5, 7, 62
-, roads, 2–3, 4, 5, 46, 165
-, Rom. Cathm., 31–2, 38–40, 42
-, sport, 7
-, toll-gates, 3
-, town hall, 5, 7, 15, 20–1, 23
-, trams, 7, 165
-, unemployment, 17, 21
-, urban district council, 3–5, 7, 20– 4, 38
-, vicars, 18–19, 25–6; and see Reynolds, S. H.; Slater, S.; Streatfeild, W.; Ware, J. H.; Welton, R.
-, Volunteers, 67
-, Wall End, 3, 16, 19, 23
-, war damage, 4–5, 16, 24, 28–31, 34–6, 38–40
-, watch-ho., 19
-, water, 2, 23
-, wkho., 19
-, worthies, 7
-, and see Beckton; Ham creek; Ilford, Little; Manor Park; Royal Docks; Upton Park; Wanstead Flats

Ham, West, 2, 6, 23, 43–163, 48, 53, 166, 181, 203, 330
-, Abbey Landowners, 59–60
-, agric., 74–6
-, alms-hos., 116, 162
-, Harris's, 158–9, 162
-, Legg's, 56, 130
-, Meggs's, 56
-, Newman's, 97, 158–9
-, Pawnbrokers', 56
-, Scott's, 158
-, army depots, 67
-, baths, 107, 109
-, boro. council, 49, 50, 56–7, 59–63, 66, 78, 90, 93–5, 103–12, 121, 127, 129, 134, 154–6, 158–9, 163, 190, 214
-, boundaries, 43, 46, 102, 174, 201, 317
-, bridges, 50, 59–62, 102; and see Bow Bridge
-, bus svces., 63
-, cemeteries, 74, 112, 140, 141
-, chars., 115, 129–30, 145–6, 148–9, 157–63
-, Church Street (W. Ham village), 44–6, 52, 54, 72, 96–8, 160–1
-, chs., 68, 96, 114–23, 116, 220
-, civic arms, 43
-, civil defence, 107
-, clubs and socs., 13, 53, 56, 65–7, 111, 121, 143, 154
-, coach svces., 61
-, common pasture, 75, 96
-, co-operative movement, 67, 79– 80
-, docks, 61; and see Royal Docks
-, dom. bdgs., 49–57, 69, 72–4, 102–3, 114–16
-, Augurs Cottages, 55
-, Cedars, 53, 67
-, Chobhams Ho., 71
-, Coke Oven cottages, 81 n, 136
-, Ham Ho. (Grove Ho., Rookes Hall), 46, 53–4, 72, 189
-, Herne Ho., 53
-, Lodge (Abbey Ho.), 69, 114
-, Manor (Four Manor) Ho., 53, 73
-, Porch Ho., 147
-, Red Ho., 54
-, Upton Ho., 52–3, 122
-, West Ham Hall (Hamfrith Ho.), 54, 69
-, Woodgrange Ho., 74
-, Wood's Yard, 103
-, drainage, 57, 59, 94, 100–2, 104, 109
-, educ., 54, 66–7, 69, 107, 116, 123– 4, 141, 144–57
-, elec., 78, 108
-, ents., 55, 65–7
-, ferries, 54, 63
-, field names, 46, 57, 71–2, 75–6, 94, 114, 159–60
-, fire svces., 24, 103, 107, 109–10
-, fisheries, 78
-, floods, 57, 75, 91–2, 94–5, 113
-, forest, 11, 74, 95–6
-, prison, 96, 124
-, friendly socs., 67
-, gas, 101, 108
-, gipsies, 47
-, gravel pits, 45
-, growth, 44–50, 52, 78–9, 102–3
-, Hamfrith wood, 11, 25, 68, 95
-, health, 100, 103, 107, 110, 209
-, Hook End, 44
-, hosps., 110–11, 214
-, housing, 24, 49, 55–7, 107, 110, 121, 134, 143–4
-, housing estates, 47, 49, 55–6
-, Gurney, 47, 49 n, 55
-, Manor Ho., 69, 95
-, Woodgrange, 49, 55–6, 74
-, immigration into, 44, 54, 76–8, 80, 82, 99, 121, 123–4, 138
-, inds., 46–7, 76–89, 202, 269
-, (early), 76–8; baking, 76–7; calico-printing, 76–7; china, 77–8; corn-milling, 76, 90; distilling, 78, 91, 93; dyeing, 76; embroidery, 76; fulling, 76, 90; gunpowder, 77, 92– 3; leather trades, 77; meat, 75; oil-milling, 89–90; osiers, 76; paper-making, 78; silk weaving, 76
-, (modern), 78–89; bdg. materials, abrasives and glass, 79, 86–7; chemicals, 78–9, 81–4; construction, 78, 89; engineering and metals, 78– 9, 84–5; food, drink, and tobacco, 78–9, 80–1; paper and printing, 87–8; rubber, leathercloth, etc., 78–9, 88– 9; textiles and clothing, 79, 85–6; timber and furniture, 79, 87; transport, 79
-, institutes, settlements, and hostels, 65–6, 109, 111–12, 121, 126, 141–4, 162; and see Mansfield House
-, Jews, 72–3, 80, 90, 140–1
-, libraries, 24, 104, 107, 112
-, loc. bd., 47, 50, 60, 78, 93–4, 100–3, 108–10, 211, 252, 257, 266, 269, 275, 280, 283–4
-, loc. govt. to 1836, 96–9
-, loc. govt. (1836–86), 99–103
-, loc. govt. (1886–1965), 103–7, 281
-, mans. and other estates, 8–9, 11, 51, 68–75, 69
-, Bretts, 9, 44, 64, 69, 72
-, Burnells (Haudlo's, Haweloowes, Hallers), 9–12, 18, 68–9, 71, 75, 95, 97
-, Chobhams, 9–10, 71, 162
-, Covelee's, 9, 71
-, East West Ham, 9, 11, 68, 71, 97
-, Ham Ho. (Grove Ho., Rookes Hall), 72
-, Plaiz, 9, 11, 68, 71–2, 97
-, Sudbury (Abbey Place), 9, 44, 68, 72–3, 75, 114
-, Upton 'Manor', 73, 115
-, West Ham, 45, 68–9, 71, 73, 95– 7, 114
-, Woodgrange, 9, 44, 49 n, 68–9, 73–4, 95, 114–15
-, mkt. gdns., 76, 115
-, mkts. and fairs, 93–4
-, marshes and sea defences, 71, 75, 94–5
-, mills, ancient, 45, 57, 60, 68, 74, 77, 78, 89–93
-, museum, 67
-, music, 66, 157
-, newspapers, 67, 87
-, noncf., 29, 124–40, 162
-, pks., 49, 66, 72, 103, 109
-, parl. rep., 112
-, police, 93, 99, 101, 103
-, poor-relief, 20, 97–9, 106, 116; and see Ham, West, poor-law union
-, pop., 44, 51 n, 74, 79, 105, 107, 281
-, postal svces., 63
-, power stns., 108
-, pub. hos., 51–2, 54–5
-, Adam and Eve, 54–5, 113–14
-, Angel, Church St., 51
-, King's Head, 54
-, Unicorn, 54
-, pub. svces., 103, 108–12
-, pumping stns., 109
-, rlys., 46–7, 49–50, 62, 69, 78
-, riots, 76, 103
-, rivers, 57, 59; and see Channelsea; Lea; Thames
-, roads, 44–7, 49–50, 53, 55–6, 74, 102, 107
-, Rob Roy Town, 47
-, Rom. Cathm., 69, 123–4
-, sport, 52, 66–7
-, temperance socs., 67
-, toll-gates, 45–6, 50, 59, 96
-, town hall, 100, 103
-, trade unions, 67, 79, 112
-, trams, 62–3, 93, 106, 108
-, unemployment, 106, 126, 133, 138
-, vic. ho., 51, 53, 115
-, vicars, 97, 115–16, 119–20, 128, 158, 160–3; and see Pelly, R. A.; Ram, A. J.; Scott, T.
-, Volunteers and Territorials, 52–3, 67
-, war damage, 44, 49, 52, 62, 65–6, 79, 83–5, 87–9, 93, 107–8, 110–11, 118–31, 133–5, 137– 40, 142–3, 145, 149, 151–6
-, wards, 45, 96–7, 103–4
-, watch-hos., 99
-, water, 57, 100–1, 103, 108
-, welfare centres, 112
-, wkhos., 88, 98–9, 181, 190
-, worthies, 64–5
-, and see Bow Bridge; Canning Town; Custom House; Forest Gate; Ham creek; Maryland Point; Plaistow; Silvertown; Stratford; Stratford Langthorne, abbey; Tidal Basin; Upton; Upton Park; Wanstead Slip

Ham, West, poor-law union, 20, 99, 101, 171, 207, 278, 332
-, children's homes, 24
-, corruption (1906–7), 106
-, hosps., 110–11, 190, 214
-, nuisances removal cttees., 208, 279
-, taken over by govt. (1926), 106–7
-, wkho., 203, 214

Ham creek, 2, 22, 43, 59, 61, 78, 102

Hamilton, J., 296

Hammersmith (Lond.), 83

Hammond, Rob., 255

Hamon dapifer , sheriff of Kent, 8

Hamon, Maud, dau. of Robert Fitz, see Maud

Hampshire, see Portsmouth; Tylney Hall

Hanampstede, Thos., 70

Hancock:
-, Chas., 88
-, Thos., 88
-, Wal., 64, 78, 85, 88

Handforth, Sir Humph., 341

Hanford, Revd. G. W., 122

Hanger:
-, Fran., 193
-, John (fl. bef. 1449), 193
-, John (fl. 1470), 186
-, John (fl. 1537), 193
-, Ric., 193
-, Thos., 193

Hanley, Wm., 323

Hanmer:
-, Mrs. Eliz., see Baker
-, Sir John, 189

Hannot:
-, Bennet, 348
-, Jas., 348

Hanson, Mary, w. of John, see Swanley

Hanwell (Mdx.), 333

Hardcastle Pipes Ltd., 273

Hardie, J. Keir, M.P., 64, 112

Hardwick, Thos., architect, 333

Hardy, H. E. (Father Andrew, S.D.C.), 64, 66, 143

Hare:
-, Hugh, 166
-, John, 166
-, Nic., 166
-, fam., 166

Harlow, 182, 342

Harman (Harmond):
-, Gerard, 91
-, Jeremiah, 259, 275, 314, 320 n
-, John, 257 n, 259–60, 274–5, 299, 314, 360
-, Susan, m. Nic. Strelley, 91
-, fam., 320 n

Harmer, Geo., printer, 87

Harold Godwinson, later king, 185, 201, 344

Harold Hill, in Romford, 133

Harold Wood, in Hornchurch, 111

Harpesfeld, Nic., 70

Harrap, Geo. G., 64

Harrington, Rob., 188

Harris:
-, Rog., 159–60
-, Susannah, 216
-, T. H., & Sons, 83

Harrison:
-, Frances, 337
-, Thos., rector of Wanstead, 333

Harrison, Barber & Co., 84

Harsnett, Sam., abp. of York, 360

Hart:
-, Chas., horse slaughterer, 16
-, Sir John, 42

Hartley, Sir W. P., 301

Harvey:
-, Alf., newspaper publisher, 87
-, Eliab, 347

Haschenperg, Stefan von, 91

Haselar, Rob., 215

Hastings:
-, Amy (or Anne), see Tatersal
-, (Sir) Ralph, 323
-, Wm. of, 201

Hatfield, see Pylbarough

Hatfield Broad Oak, priory of, 113 n

Hatfield Peverel, priory of, 114

Hatton Garden, Camden (Lond.), 270–1

Haudlo:
-, Edm. de, 11
-, John de, 11
-, Maud de, see Burnell
-, (later Burnell), Nic. de, 11

Haultain, Fran., vicar of East Ham, 18, 26

Havering:
-, man., 185
-, Marks, 11

Havering levels, commissioners of sewers, 168, 211.,

Haviside, Capt. Thos., 262

Hawes:
-, Thos., 219
-, Wm., 268

Hawker Siddeley Group Ltd., 271

Hawkes:
-, Mrs. Ellen, 360
-, John, 268

Hayes:
-, Jas., 172–3
-, John, 350, 360

Heathcote:
-, Geo. (fl. 1738), 201
-, Revd. Geo. (d. 1893), 193, 194
-, Sir Gilb., ld. mayor of Lond., 189, 218
-, Sir John (fl. 1743), 189
-, John (d. 1838), 193
-, Lydia, see Moyer

Hedley & Co., 202

Heigham:
-, Anne, w. of Wm., 28
-, Eliz., 28
-, Fran., 25
-, Mary, m. Rob. Bendish, 25
-, Sir Ric., 25, 28
-, Wm., 25, 28, 42

Helliar & Sons, 88

Hempleman, F. S., & Co., 84

Hempstead, 263

Heneage, (Sir) Thos., 70

Henlee, Wm. de, 8

Henley, Wm. Thos., cable mfr., 4

Henniker:
-, Sir Augustus, Bt., 71
-, Sir Brydges, Bt., 71
-, Sir Fred., Bt., 71
-, John, Ld. Henniker (d. 1803), 10 52, 68, 71
-, Major John, Ld. Henniker (d. 1821), 71
-, fam., 10

Henrietta Maria, queen of Chas. I, 68

Henry I, 90, 165, 185, 326

Henry II, 68, 72, 114, 165, 201, 345

Henry III, 73, 95, 185, 257, 350

Henry IV, 70, 254, 262

Henry VII, 70, 166, 254, 258, 323–4

Henry VIII, 4, 11–12, 64, 68, 70, 73, 91, 115, 166, 184–5, 259, 323–4, 345

Henry, prince of Wales (d. 1612), 68

Henry Frederick (d. 1790), duke of Cumberland, 52, 76

Henry, Father, see Chappel

Hepworth, P. D., architect, 282

Herbert:
-, Alf., Ltd., 84
-, Hen., earl of Pembroke, 165, 167–8

Herculanaeum (Italy), remains from, 326

Hereford, Vcts., see Devereux

Hereford, diocese of, 30

Heron:
-, Cecily, see More
-, Giles, 166–7, 254, 256, 258–9
-, John (fl. 1503), 258
-, Sir John (d. 1521), 165–7, 171–3, 254, 258
-, Marg., w. of Sir John (d. 1521), 166, 254, 256, 258
-, Thos. (d. 1517), 166, 173
-, Thos. (fl. 1540), 254, 259
-, Wm., 258
-, fam., 173, 259

Hert, Ric., 338

Hertford, 62

Hertford College, Oxford, 120 n, 171

Hertfordshire, see Barnet; Benington; Broxbourne; Cheshunt College; Flamstead; Graveley; Hertford; Mimms, North; St. Albans

Hervey:
-, (or Mildmay), Carew, 11
-, Frances, see Beckwith
-, (Sir) Geo., 11

Hesdin (Hosdeng):
-, Alice, w. of Hugh (d. 1242), 322
-, Alice, m. Wm. Huntercombe, 322
-, Hugh of (fl. 1176), 322
-, Hugh of (d. 1242), 9, 322, 328
-, Joan of, 322
-, Maud of, see Windsor
-, Ralph of (d. 1222), 322, 328, 329
-, Ralph of (d. 1247), 322
-, Thos., see Huntercombe

Hetherington, T. W., 262

Hewitt (Hewett, Hewit):
-, John (fl. 1715), 327
-, John (d. 1728), 238
-, Sir Thos., 71

Heylyn, Edw., 77

Hibbert:
-, Geo., 221, 239–40
-, Sarah, 239, 317
-, fam., 234, 239

Hibbit:
-, Wm., 166, 170
-, fam., 166
-, and see Wight

Hicheman, see Hyccheman

Hickey, John, sculptor, 219

Hicks:
-, Sir Baptist, 186
-, Eliz., see Colston
-, Sir Harry, Bt., 195
-, Marthagnes, w. of Sir Wm., 219, 239
-, Sir Mic., 195, 217, 219
-, W. P., 126
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1680), 195, 204, 216–17, 219
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1702), 195, 206, 219, 239
-, fam., 218–19

Hiett, see Hyett

Higgins, Chas., 227

Higginson, Geo., 14

Higham Hill, in Walthamstow, 240–1, 244
-, bridge, 243
-, common (Millfield), 264, 283–4
-, dom. bdgs., 249
-, ferry, 243
-, housing, 284
-, noncf., 295, 301
-, road, 176
-, sewer, 274
-, trams, 251
-, water, 283

Highgate (Mdx., later Lond.), 285

Hile, riv., see Roding

Hill (Hyll):
-, Aaron, 51, 64
-, John, 346
-, Marg., 337
-, Thos., 346–7
-, Wm., vicar of Walthamstow, 264, 290, 315
-, — (fl. 1796), 19
-, fam., 346

Hilleary:
-, Fred. E., 101, 104
-, Geo. E., 104, 107

Hillersden, John, 219

Hills, Arnold F., 64, 66, 347

Hillyer, Sacheverell, 243

Hinde, Hen., 73

Hitch:
-, Chas., 3, 25
-, Eliz., w. of Chas., m. (2) David Davies, 25

Hitchman, John, 266–7, 301–2

Hitchman's Dairies Ltd., 267

Hoar, Leonard, rector of Wanstead, 333

Hoare & Wheeler, architects, 292–3

Hobbs, Hart & Co. Ltd., 272

Hocking:
-, A. T., 227
-, Jos., 356

Hockley, Thomasine, 41

Hodshon, Margaretta, 161

Hodson, Harry, & Co., 83

Hogarth, Wm., painter, 325

Holbein, Hans, painter, 326

Holborn (Lond.), see City Temple

Holbrook:
-, Jas., 240, 316
-, Thos., 113, 117
-, Wm., 116

Holbrook Machine Tool Co., 84

Holcroft, Sir Hen., 7, 13

Holden:
-, Chas., 320
-, F. C., 33
-, Jas. (fl. 1612), 346
-, Jas. (d. 1925), 85

Holdgate, Rob., 218

Holland:
-, Edw., 12
-, John, 204
-, Wm., 12

Holland:
-, immigrants from, 224
-, trade with, see Rotterdam

Hollebrand Bros., 273

Hollingsworth, Ric., vicar of West Ham, 97, 116

Holloway, Revd. Wm., 120

Hollys, Sir Wm., 259

Holmden, Sir Edw., 219

Holmead, Ant., 186

Holt:
-, Adam, 325 n
-, Dan., 43

Homerton (Mdx.), 177

Honte, Wm., butcher, 266

Hood:
-, Thos. (d. 1845), poet, 169, 321, 326
-, W., architect, 231

Hooker, Pet., Ltd., 270

Hookways Ltd., 272

Hooper, W. H., 298

Hopkins:
-, Alice, m. Sir Thos. Lee, 187
-, Gerard Manley, poet, 65
-, Sir Ric., 178, 187, 219
-, Sarah, w. of Thos., 188
-, Thos., 187, 188

Hopton, Chas., 186

Horder, P. Morley, architect, 227

Hornby, Wm., governor of Bombay, 259–60, 268, 274–5

Hornchurch, 32, 111; and see Harold Wood

Horne, John, vicar of East Ham, 26

Hornsey (Mdx.), school board, 312

Horobin, Sir Ian, 142

Horsham (Suss.), see Christ's Hospital

Hosdeng, see Hesdin

Houblon:
-, Eliz., see King
-, Isaac, 286
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1700), 189
-, Jas. (fl. 1703), 189
-, Wynne, 189

Houghton:
-, Gilb., 280–1
-, Wm., 280, 314–15

Houghtons Ltd., 271

Housing and Local Government, Ministry of, 57

Howard:
-, Luke, 53, 64, 82
-, W. W., Bros. & Co., 87
-, fam., 132

Howards & Sons (formerly Howard & Allen), 78, 82, 92

Howarth, E. G., 142

Howe, Chas. W., 33

Howell, Harriet, 39

Hoxton (Mdx., later Lond.), 228, 331 theol. college, 226

Hoyland, E. Douglas, architect, 30, 222

Hoyte, Eliz., 159

Hubbard, H., 225

Hudson:
-, Geo., 'the railway king', 46
-, Rob., 193

Hugford, John, 256

Hugh, abbot of Stratford Langthorne, 185

Hugh the tailor (fl. 1224), 261

Hughes, F., 224

Hulse:
-, Edw., 167, 170
-, Mary, see Lethieullier

Humberstone, Mat., 317

Humble, Sir Wm., 97, 161

Humphrey, Wm., 294

Humphreys:
-, Chas. J. C., 69
-, Edw., 69, 115
-, Brig.-Gen. Gardiner, 69
-, Jabez, 127
-, Jas., 69, 97
-, John, nurseryman, 266 n
-, John C., 115
-, Thos., 69

Hungerford:
-, Sir Ant., 11, 68
-, Sir Edm., 11
-, John, 11
-, Marg., see Burnell
-, Thos., 11
-, fam., 11

Hunsdon:
-, Hen., 166
-, fam., 166

Hunt:
-, Jas., 90
-, Wm. (fl. 1727), 345
-, Wm. (fl. 1771), 346
-, Wm. (fl. 1881), 90
-, fam., 90, 345

Hunt's Animal Products (formerly J. T. Hunt & Son), 84

Huntercombe:
-, Alice, w. of Wm., see Hesdin
-, Alice, w. of Wal., see Bolbec
-, John (d. 1349), and his w. Christine, 322
-, Sir John (d. 1368), and his w. Marg., 322–3
-, John (d. 1383), 167, 323
-, John (d. 1391), 323
-, Marg., w. of John (d. 1383), 323 (or Hesdin), Thos., 322, 329
-, Wal. de, 9, 11

Hunting, Chas., 81

Huntingdon, earl of, see Waltheof; ctss. of, see Judith

Huntingdon, honor of, 253

Hunton, Jos., 178

Hurry:
-, J. R., 106
-, Nic., 335

Hutchison, G. A., founder of Boy's Own Paper, 224

Hutton, Cuthbert, 259

Hyams:
-, Phil., 66
-, Sid., 66

Hyccheman (Hicheman), Wm., abbot of Stratford, 18

Hyde:
-, Anne, 173
-, Bernard (d. 1631), 166, 172 n, 173
-, Bernard (d. 1656), 166
-, Sir Bernard (d. 1674), 166
-, Sir Bernard (fl. 1683), 166
-, Humph., 166
-, Wm. (d. 1614), 173
-, fam., 166, 173

Hyett (Hiett):
-, Eliz., m. John Crewe, 71
-, John (d. 1719), 71, 129, 162
-, John (fl. 1719), 71

Hykman:
-, John, 348
-, Maud, m. Wm. Stondon, 348

Hyll, see Hill

Ilford, Rob. of, 165

Ilford, Great, 3, 49, 164, 352
-, boundaries, 1, 163
-, chs., 171
-, Goodmayes hosp., 111
-, Hosp. of St. Mary and St. Thomas, 113 n
-, inds., 82
-, mans.:
-, Clay Hall, 74
-, Gayshams, 73, 166
-, Loxford, 167
-, Rayhouse, 165–6, 168, 192
-, Stonehall, 10, 323–4
-, postal svces., 165
-, rlys., 5, 343
-, roads, 44, 318
-, Rom. Cathm., 31
-, trams, 7
-, and see Barkingside; Claybury

Ilford, Little, 1–2, 6, 22, 53, 163–74, 324
-, agric., 16, 168–9
-, boundaries, 163, 167
-, brickmaking, 169
-, cemetery, 24, 169
-, chars., 173–4
-, chs., 31, 171–3
-, dom. bdgs., 21–2, 164–6, 171, 173
-, drainage, 20
-, econ. hist., 168–9
-, educ., 40, 173
-, fms., 164, 166, 169
-, fishery, 168
-, floods, 21–2
-, forest, 96, 168–9
-, gaol, 164
-, growth, 21, 164
-, housing, 173
-, housing estates, 5, 21–2, 164, 166
-, inns:
-, Coach and Horses, 22, 164
-, Three Rabbits, 164, 169
-, mans., 164, 165–8, 171
-, Berengers, 168
-, Little Ilford, 73, 165–6, 168
-, and see Aldersbrook
-, mkt. gdns., 169
-, marshes, 17–18, 168, 171
-, mill, 168
-, noncf., 32, 37, 173
-, par. govt., 169–71
-, police, 171
-, pop., 164, 318
-, postal svces., 165
-, rlys., 164–5
-, rectors, 26, 29, 31, 165, 167, 170–3
-, roads, 164–5
-, saltpan, 168
-, toll-ho. (later Little Wonder Coffee ho.), 165
-, trams, 165
-, war damage, 172
-, and see Aldersbrook; Manor Park

Ilford Ltd., photographic mfrs., 202

Ilger (fl. 1086), 9

immigration, 2, 4, 15, 16 n, 19, 31, 44, 54, 76–8, 80, 82, 99, 121, 123– 4, 138, 200, 207, 223

Imperial Bank Ltd., 197

Imperial Chemical Industries, 82

inclosures, 95, 169, 197, 204–5, 264, 274–5, 328–30, 349–51

India, 192, 358
-, immigrants from, 2, 44, 121
-, and see Hornby

India Rubber, Gutta Percha, and Telegraph Wks. Co., 88

Indies, East, 188
-, merchant trading with, 324

Indies, West, merchant trading with, 191

Industrial Glass Co., 272

Ingham Clark & Co., 83

Inglish, Benj. Hanson, 348

Ingold, Miss, 157

Ingoll, Dan., 161

Ingrave, 24, 30

Innes, Mrs. Rob., 191

Ireland, immigrants from, 4, 15, 16 n, 19, 31, 54, 76–7, 99, 123–4, 200, 207, 223

Irving, Sir Hen., 65

Irwell and Eastern Rubber Co., 88

Irwell India Rubber and Gutta Percha Wks., 88

Isaac (fl. 1190), 72–3

Isaac (fl. 1244), 90

Isaacson:
-, Hen., 353
-, Wm., rector of Woodford, 353

Islington (Mdx., later Lond.), 228

Italy, see Herculanaeum

Ives:
-, Alf., 229
-, John, 240

Ivory, John, 16 n

Jackson:
-, Chas., 187–8
-, Eliz., m. Gilb. Slater, 187
-, Jesse, 190–1
-, John, 187 n, 261–2
-, Phil., 187 n
-, Thos., 300–1

Jacob, Thos., 133

Jacobson, Sir Jacob, 250

Jacques, W., architect, 182, 236

James I, 68, 243, 325, 341–2

James, duke of York, later James II, 324

James:
-, John, 323
-, Ric., 215
-, Rob., 215
-, S. B., 299

James Booth Aluminium Ltd., 85

Janson, Alf., 292–3

Japan, 122–3

Jebb:
-, David, 215
-, Sir Ric., Bt., 64

Jefferys, Ric., 239

Jefferey:
-, Alex., 138
-, Alf., & Co., 84

Jenkins:
-, Ann, 337
-, I. Gwessin, 37

Jenson & Nicholson, 82–3

Jenyns:
-, John (fl. 1480), 70
-, John (fl. 1520), 256

Jeuene, Gilb. le, 10

Jew, Josce the, see Josce

Jews, 3, 38, 72–3, 80, 90, 140–1, 233, 285, 304, 312, 336, 358

Jeyes, John, 82

Jeyes Sanitary Compounds Co., 82

Jocelin (Joceamus?) the Lorimer, 165, 168

John, King, 350

John, son of Roger son of Roger, 92

John Barnes Philanthropic Soc., 143

Johnson:
-, Geo., vicar of Leyton and of Walthamstow, 216
-, Hen. and his w. Dorothy, 189
-, Joel, 289, 305
-, John (fl. 1852), architect, 120
-, John (fl. 1896), architect, 182
-, Ralph, 348 n
-, Ric., 262
-, Rob., 355
-, S. H., & Co., 84
-, Thos., 187
-, Wm., 187

Johnson & Hooper, 82

Johnson-Progress Ltd., 84

Johnston:
-, And., 344, 355
-, Phil. M., architect, 28

Johnstone:
-, Geo., 69, 97
-, Sophia, m. Fran. Platamone, Count St. Antonio, later duke of Cannizzaro, 69

Johnstone & Cumbers Ltd., 83

Jones:
-, Edw., 240
-, (Sir) Elwyn, M.P., 112
-, H. C., & Sons, 272
-, Hen., 91
-, Hugh C., adcn. of Essex, 116
-, John, 123
-, John T. (Jack), M.P., 64, 106, 112
-, Ric., 298
-, W. Harding, 37
-, Mr. (fl. 1790), 91

Jordan son of Ralph, see Briset

Josce the Jew, 73

Josce the Rabbi, 72, 90

Jourdan, C. H. G., cardboard carton mfr., 202

Judd, G. M., & Bros., 82

Judith, w. of Waltheof, earl of Huntingdon, 253

Juson, Thos., rector of Wanstead, 331

Karen, Chas., & Sons (Holdings) Ltd., 84

Katharine (of Aragon), queen of Hen. VIII, 12, 70

Kayle:
-, Hugh, 193
-, Rob., 193

Keats, Fanny, 311

Keighley, Thos., vicar of Leyton, 217

Keiller & Sons, 80

Keir, Alex., 138

Keme, Sam., vicar of Leyton, 216

Kemeton, Ric. de, and his w., 70

Kemp, Mr., miller, 267

Kempe, Sara, w. of Sir Nic., see Draper

Kene:
-, Agnes, see Tatersal
-, Wm., 323

Kenn:
-, Chris., 11
-, Eliz., see Cholmley

Kennedy, Revd. John, 221

Kennedy-Cox, Sir Reg., 64, 141–3

Kent:
-, Revd. A., 121
-, Wm., architect, 326

Kent:
-, dchss. of, mother of Queen Victoria, see Mary Louisa Victoria
-, earl of, see Burgh

Kent, 8, 125
-, sheriff of, see Hamon dapifer and see Canterbury; Charlton; Chiddingstone; Dartford; Eltham; Greenwich; Mottingham; Rochester; Sevenoaks; Sissinghurst; Woolwich; Woolwich, North

Ketelby, Thos., 262

Kidd, Wm., 230

King:
-, Eliz., m. Isaac Houblon, 286
-, Hen., adcn. of Colchester, later bp. of Chichester, 286
-, Mary, m. Edm. Wyndham, 286
-, Capt., 301

King's College, London, 174

King's Cross (Lond.), 34, 335

Kingsford, Anna, writer, 65

Kingston, Lady (Mary), 219

Knaggs, Revd. Jas., 130

Knevett:
-, Ant., 166–7
-, Maud, w. of Ant., 166

Knight:
-, Duncan, 152
-, J., architect, 209
-, John, Ltd., 83
-, Rob. (fl. 1720), 195
-, Rob. (fl. 1727–31), 195
-, Sam., bell-founder, 117

Knightley, T. E., 181

Knights Templars, 197, 201

Knightsbridge (Mdx.), 75

Knott (Knotte):
-, John W., vicar of East Ham, 26
-, Ric., abbot of Stratford Langthorne, 192 n
-, Thos., 192
-, Wm., 192
-, fam., 185

Knowles, John, 292

Krumins, K., architect, 282

Ku, Rob. le, 71