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'Index: L - Z', A History of the County of Essex: Volume 6 (1973), pp. 374-388. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42798 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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Lacey, Hen., 129

Lacy, Seth, 193

Lake:
-, Anne, m. (1) Wm. Cecil, Ld. Ros, (2) Geo. Rodney, 255
-, Art., bp. of Bath and Wells, 255
-, (Sir) Art., 255
-, Joan, m. (1) Sir Ralph Warren, (2) Sir Thos. White, 185
-, John, 185
-, Mary, see Ryder
-, Sir Thos., secretary of State (d. 1629), 186, 255
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1650), 186
-, Thos., vicar of Leyton, 216

Lambert, John, 341

Lambeth (Lond.), 84

Lamson Paragon Ltd., 87

Lamson Store Service Co., 87

Lancashire, see Lancaster; Liverpool; Manchester; Salford

Lancaster:
-, Annora de, w. of John, 9–10
-, John de, 9–11, 25, 71
-, Philippa de, see Bolbec
-, Rog. de, 9

Lancaster:
-, ctss. of, see Forz, Aveline de
-, earl of, see Edmund

Lancaster (Lancs.), 89

Lancing College (Suss.), 191

Lane:
-, John, 187
-, Maud in the, 338
-, Thos., 187, 218, 239

Lang, Matheson, film actor, 273

Langdon Hills, 111

Langhorne, Ric., 31

Laprimaudaye, Chas. Hen., 217

Lascelles, W. H., concrete bdg. mfr., 86

Latimer, barony of, see Neville, Edm.

Latton, vicar of, see Altham, Jas.

Latton priory, 113 n

Lavenham (Suff.), 80

Law Bros., 80

Law Land Building Dept. Ltd., 244

Lawford, Edw., 157

Lawford Asphalte Co., 86

Lawrence:
-, Geo., 300
-, Susan, M.P., 25

Lawrence & Bathe & Co., 87

Lawton, A., 230

Laxton, Lady, 177

Le Marcis, textile-printer, 77

Lea, riv., frontis., 43–4, 57–9, 174–5, 240–1, 250, 264, 266, 273
-, bridges, 50, 59, 61, 177, 243
-, drainage into, 57, 59, 94, 100–1, 203, 283
-, ferries, 177, 243
-, fisheries, 78, 201, 267
-, floods, 43, 50, 57, 59, 71, 91–2, 94–5, 203–4
-, Hackney Cut, 57
-, Limehouse Cut, 57
-, mills, 76, 78, 89–93, 201, 251
-, osier beds, 76
-, Prescott channel, 59
-, water supply, 57, 212
-, wharts, 61
-, and see Bow Creek

Lea bridge, in Hackney and Leyton, 177

Lea Bridge District Gas Co., 211

Lea Bridge, Leyton & Walthamstow Tramways Co., 183, 251

Lea Foundry (Bow) Ltd., 84

Leakey, Miss E., 303 n

Leathercloth Co., 78, 88–9

Lee:
-, Alice, see Hopkins
-, Sir Hen., 360
-, Ric. (d. 1664), 45
-, Ric., vicar of Walthamstow, 288
-, Sir Thos., 187
-, Mr. (fl. 1832), 13
-, fam., 187

Lee & Eastwood (formerly Wm. Lee & Son), 86

Lee Chapel, 185 n, 214 n

Lee Conservancy (Catchment) Bd., 59–60, 95, 101, 107, 203, 211, 274, 283

Lefevre (Lefebure):
-, Dan., 267
-, Eliz., w. of Pet., 91
-, John, 77, 91
-, Pet., 64, 78, 91, 93, 251, 267

Legendre, Thos., 316

Legg, Jabez, 56, 130, 147

Leicester, Jos., M.P., 112

Leicester, earl of, see Dudley, Rob.

Leicester, 270

Leicestershire, 200; and see Bosworth

Leighs, Little, priory of, 113 n

Leighton Buzzard (Beds.), 271

Lenwood, Frank, 131

Lescalleet, John, 196

Leslie's Ltd., 270

Lester:
-, H. E., 135, 231
-, Hen., 126–7

Lethieullier:
-, Chas., 173
-, John, 165, 167, 172–3; his w., 172–3
-, Marg., w. of Smart, 168, 170, 173
-, Mary, m. Edw. Hulse, 167
-, Smart, 165, 167–9, 173
-, fam., 167 n, 170, 172

Leverton:
-, And., 268
-, Jane, m. Jas. Donaldson, 268 n
-, Lancelot, 268 n
-, Thos., architect, 268, 344, 346
-, Wm., 268 n

Levitt, Jeremiah, vicar of Leyton, 216

Levred (fl. 1066), 8, 14–15

Lewis:
-, David, 179, 220
-, Thos. (fl. 1801), 25
-, Thos. (fl. 1840), 348
-, W. A., architect, 293

Leyenberg, Sir Jas. Barkman, 252

Leyton, 174–240, 180, 324
-, agric., 197–200
-, alms-hos., 207, 239–40
-, Assembly Ho., 178–9, 238
-, baths, 212–13
-, boro. council, 181, 229, 233
-, boundaries, 174, 177, 317
-, bridges, 176–8
-, bus svces., 63, 183
-, cemetery, 223
-, chars., 208, 233–4, 239–40
-, chs., 214–23, 240
-, clubs and socs., 184
-, coach svces., 182, 250
-, common land, 198–9, 204
-, Copping Down, 176, 197
-, Diggons Cross, 175, 178, 187–8, 197
-, dom. bdgs., 178–9, 181–2, 209, 251
-, Barclays (Knotts Green Ho.), 187–8, 189
-, Bents (Grove), 194
-, Blue Row, 176, 193
-, Bowling Green, 178
-, Broomhill, 237
-, Cedar Lawn, 179
-, Chingford Hall, 179
-, Cross Ho. (Bushes), 178, 190–1
-, Essex Hall (Walnut Tree Ho.), 179, 190–1, 238
-, Etloe Ho. (Place), 178–9, 223, 276 n
-, Forest Edge (Buxton Ho.), 179
-, Forest (Goring) Ho., 179, 189–90, 214, 218
-, Forest Lodge, 189
-, Frog Row, 176, 209
-, Godsalves, 178
-, Great Ho., 191, 218
-, Grove Ho., 179, 191
-, Gwydir Lodge, 179
-, Hibbert Ho., 221, 261
-, Ive Fm., 178
-, Knotts, 178
-, Lea Hall, 178, 238
-, Lea Ho., 193
-, Leyton Grange, 175, 186–7
-, Leyton Ho., Church Rd., 179, 188 n, 223 n
-, Leyton Ho., Leyton Green Rd., 187–8
-, Marryats Lodge, 179
-, Masters (Moyer Ho.), 178, 194
-, Phillebrook Ho. (Leyton Pk.), 179
-, Poplars (Knotts, White Ho.), 181, 192
-, Ruckholt, 178, 195
-, Salway Ho., 179, 238
-, Suffolk Ho., 179
-, Tench Hall, 191
-, Thos. More's ho., 193, 223
-, White Ho., Leyton Grn. Rd., 179
-, drainage, 57, 59, 102, 203–4, 208–9, 211–12, 241, 274, 283
-, econ. hist., 197–203
-, educ., 188, 191, 195, 233–9, 336
-, elec., 209, 211
-, ents., 184, 195
-, fms., 176, 178, 193–5, 199–200, 207, 225, 233, 239
-, ferries, 177
-, field names, 176, 188, 197–8, 201, 234, 239
-, fire svce., 207, 213
-, fisheries, 201
-, floods, 203
-, forest, 95, 168, 181, 189, 197, 200, 204–5, 212–13
-, gas, 211
-, growth, 181–2, 209–10
-, health, 209
-, High Stone, 175, 176 n
-, hosps., 182, 195, 203, 213–14
-, hostels, 190, 223
-, housing, 182, 188, 211, 213, 229
-, housing estates, 181–2, 211, 213, 222
-, immigration into, 200, 207, 223
-, inds., 174, 200–3, 272
-, Knotts Green, 175–6, 179, 187–8, 192, 228–9, 231
-, Leyton Green (Knights Green, King's End), 174, 176, 183, 205, 231
-, libraries, 179, 182, 214
-, loc. bd., 62, 203, 205, 208–9, 211–13, 283
-, loc. govt., 205–11
-, Low Leyton village, 174, 176, 178–9, 181, 183, 201
-, mans. and other estates, 184–97
-, Barclay Pk., 187–8
-, Bourne, 188
-, Brewhouse, 193
-, Forest Ho., 186–90, 199
-, Great Ho., 190–1, 193
-, Haliwell priory, 175, 191–2
-, Knotts (Poplars), 192, 199
-, Knotts and Brooklands, 192–3
-, Leyton (Grange), 185–7, 190, 193, 195–9, 201, 205, 208, 214
-, Masters, 193–4
-, Moyer Ho., 190, 193–4
-, Ruckholt, 71, 96, 188, 191, 194–9, 201, 204–6, 215, 260
-, marshes, 175, 177, 198, 200, 203–4, 215, 265
-, mills, 89, 201
-, newspapers, 184, 209, 230
-, noncf., 127, 140, 173, 216, 223–32, 238
-, pks., 212
-, parl. rep., 214
-, Phillebrook:
-, locality, 176, 192–3, 201, 221
-, stream, 175, 178, 185, 193, 195, 241, 283
-, police, 207
-, pop., 175, 178–9, 197, 210
-, postal svces., 183
-, pub. hos., 178, 201, 230–1
-, Bowling Green, 178
-, Chestnut Tree, 176
-, Horse and Groom (Ferry Ho.), 178
-, Lion and Key, 178
-, Three Blackbirds, 178, 234 n
-, William IV, 176 n
-, pub. svces., 211–14
-, rly., 174, 181–2, 202–3
-, rect., 185, 215
-, rivers, 175, 203–4; and see Lea
-, roads, 176–8, 181, 196, 208–11, 240–1, 279
-, Rom. Cathm., 223, 294
-, sport and recreation, 52, 181, 184, 198–9, 212–13
-, town hall, 182, 208, 237
-, trams, 183, 211
-, unemployment, 207
-, urban district council, 177, 183, 203, 208–13, 233, 236, 251
-, vic., 115, 185, 215
-, vicars, 186–7, 206, 215–22, 231, 238; and see Strype, J.
-, war damage, 179, 182, 210–11, 216, 218, 222, 225, 227, 229–33, 235, 237
-, water, 212
-, woods, 176, 189, 194–5, 197–9, 204
-, wkho., 175, 207–8, 234
-, worthies, 184
-, and see Cann Hall; Leytonstone; Livingstone medical college; Temple Mills; Wanstead Slip; Whipps Cross

Leytonstone, in Leyton, 62, 175, 188, 194–5, 267, 325
-, bus svces., 320
-, chars., 239–40
-, chs., 219–21
-, clubs and socs., 184
-, dom. bdgs., 179
-, Andrews (Royal Lodge), 178, 223, 238
-, Assembly Row (Forest Place), 179
-, Bushwood Ho., 179
-, Cedars, 228 n
-, Crib, 176
-, Dyers Hall, 179
-, Gainsborough Lodge, 181
-, Leyspring Ho., 179
-, Leytonstone Ho., 179, 181, 196, 238
-, Mary Bosanquet's ho., 228, 238
-, Norlington Ho., 179
-, Park Ho., 179
-, Pastures, 179, 228 n, 238
-, Shrublands, 229
-, Sycamore Ho., 181
-, Wallwood fm. ho., 196
-, Wallwood Ho., 195–7
-, drainage, 208, 211
-, educ., 231, 233–9
-, ents., 178, 184
-, fire svce., 213
-, gas, 211
-, growth, 181–2, 220
-, Harrow (Sauls) Green, 176, 183, 205–6, 209, 213–14, 219–20, 224–5, 227, 229, 231, 233
-, Holloway Down, 175–6, 181, 191, 200, 316, 331
-, hosps., 214
-, housing estates, 181, 200
-, Fillebrook (Wallwood fm.), 175 n, 181, 196, 224, 230
-, Wallwood Pk., 181, 197, 221, 230
-, inds., 202
-, Jews, 233
-, noncf., 138, 223–32, 298, 300, 302
-, postal svces., 183–4
-, pub. hos., 201
-, Bell, 178, 220
-, Crown, 188
-, Green Man, 178
-, Harrow, 178
-, Red Lion (Robin Hood), 178, 182, 184, 325
-, Rose, 178
-, rly., 181–2
-, roads, 176–8, 206, 318
-, sport, 184
-, trams, 183
-, Wallwood, 176, 193, 195–7, 199–200, 204
-, water, 208, 212
-, wkho., 278
-, worthies, 184

Leytool Ltd., 202

Liberal Christian League, 231

Libraco Ltd., 272

Lichfield and Coventry, bp. of, see Wright, Rob.

Limberry, Mrs. Sarah, see Swanley

Limehouse (Lond.), 33, 81, 143

Lincoln:
-, Adam of, see Yarmouth
-, Wm. of, 10

Lincoln, 186, 189, 215
-, bp. of, 75

Lincolnshire, see Bourne; Lincoln; Witham-on-the-Hill

Lindy, Kenneth, architect, 245

Lister:
-, Jos., Ld. Lister, 53, 65, 122
-, fam., 53, 132

Liston:
-, Godfrey de, 185
-, John de (d. 1303), 185
-, Sir John de (d. 1332), 185

Littler, R. & E., silk printers, 77

Litton, Rob., 70

Liverpool, 259

Livingstone, David, missionary and explorer, 184, 234

Livingstone medical college, Leyton, 188

Lloyd:
-, Edw., newspaper publisher, 252, 284
-, Morgan, 227
-, Ynyr, 4, 14

Loc, Thos., and his w. Sabina, 90

Local Government Board, 21–2, 30, 101–2, 158

Lockyer, Nic., 355

Loder:
-, F. H., 81
-, F. W., 81
-, & Son, 81

Loders & Nucoline Ltd., 81

Lodge:
-, Sir Thos., lord mayor of Lond. (d. 1584), 64
-, Thos. (d. 1625), 64 n, 184

Lomas, S., & Co. (Tarpaulins) Ltd., 85–6

London:
-, Aelfnoth of, 89, 184, 201
-, Geo., 325

London, 46, 49, 166, 209
-, All Hallows, London Wall, 121
-, All Hallows, Staining, 313–14
-, apprenticeships, 98, 331
-, bps. of, 25, 120, 216, 276, 322–3; and see Compton; Foliot
-, bus svces., 52, 61, 63, 183
-, City of, 60, 75–6, 91–2, 96, 101, 120, 160–1, 289
-, cemetery, 24, 164, 169
-, forest conservation, 164, 169, 275, 317 n, 321, 324, 329, 351
-, (ld.) mayors, see Bolles; Copeland; Curtis; Foot; Heathcote; Lodge; Lyon; Monoux; Plomer; Rowe; Ryder; Salomons; Smyth; Thorne; Thorowgood; Warren; White
-, coach svces., 52, 61–2, 182, 250, 320, 343
-, drainage, 50, 59, 101, 104, 109, 212, 283
-, hosps., 213, 331, 352
-, inds., 87
-, London Bridge, 91–2
-, mkts., 15
-, Master Bakers' benevolent inst., 181
-, merchants and tradesmen, 13, 45, 51, 64, 71, 130, 159–60, 166–7, 185–9, 192, 194, 251, 261, 297, 326, 341, 345, 348, 354
-, migrants from, 4, 45, 49, 52, 178, 244, 319, 338–9
-, noncf., 32
-, offensive trades, 78
-, postal svces., 165
-, rlys., 5, 62, 165, 181, 251
-, roads, 2, 44–5, 59, 96, 164, 168, 175–8, 338, 342–3
-, St. Dunstan in the East, 166
-, St. George in the East, 193, 322
-, poor-law union, 42
-, St. Katherine by the Tower, 297 n
-, St. Mary Graces, abbey of, 18
-, St. Thomas of Acre, hosp. and bridge ho., 90–2
-, St. Vedast, rector of, see Master, Wm.
-, trade with, 15, 75–6, 200, 265–6, 328, 349
-, University, 239; and see King's College; Queen Mary College; University College hosp.
-, water supply, 57
-, wkhos., 331–2
-, and see Aldersgate; Aldgate; Bermondsey; Bethnal Green; Bishopsgate; Blackwall; Borough; Bow bridge; Brewers' Company; Bromley; Camden; Carlton House; Carpenters' Company; Charterhouse; Christ's Hospital; City Temple; Clapham; Clapton; Clerkenwell; Coopers' Co.; Drapers' Company; Dyers' Company; Ealing; Elephant and Castle; Fishmongers' Company; Goldsmiths' Company; Grays Inn; Greenwich; Grocers' Company; Hackney; Haliwell, priory of; Hammersmith; Hatton Garden; Highgate; Hoxton; Islington; King's Cross; Lambeth; Limehouse; Mercers' Company; Merchant Taylors' Company; Metropolitan Police; Metropolitan water board; Middlesex; Mile End; Moorgate; Newham; Old Ford; Palace Gates; Poplar; Port of London Authority; Redbridge; Regent's Park College; St. Paul's Cathedral; Salters' Company; Shoreditch; Smithfield; Soho; Southwark; Spitalfields; Spurgeon's College; Stepney; Stoke Newington; Stratford Bow; Surrey; Swiss Cottage; Tottenham; Trinity House; Waltham Forest; Wapping; Weavers' Company; Westminster; Whitechapel; Wimbledon; Woolwich; Woolwich, North

London and North Eastern Rly., 61

London and Provincial Bank, 244

London Baptist Assoc., 224, 225

London City Mission, 32, 37, 150, 224, 231, 299, 303

London Congregational Union, 34, 130, 227

London Co-operative Soc., 29, 42, 56, 69, 80, 247

London County Council, 23–4, 60–1, 177, 183, 212, 283; and see Greater London Council

London Dock Co., 108

London Electric Wire Co. & Smiths Ltd., 179, 202, 223 n

London Electricity Bd., 108, 211

London General Omnibus Co., 7, 183, 251, 271

London Itinerant Soc., 355

London Joint Stock Bank, 197

London Medical Mission Assoc., 111

London Passenger Transport Bd., 7, 63, 183, 251, 320, 343

London Road Car Co., 7

London School of Tropical Medicine, 111

London Strict Baptist Assoc., 127

London, Tilbury and Southend Rly., 4–5, 7, 47, 62, 78, 85

London Unitarian Soc., 231

London Varnish and Enamel Co., 83

Long:
-, Cath. Tylney, m. Wm. Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley (Wellesley-Pole), later earl of Mornington, 324, 326
-, Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1794), 167–9, 324, 326, 333–4
-, Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1805), 324, 336
-, John, 257 n
-, Nat., 167

Longespée, Wm. de, brother of Hen. II, 68, 72

Loosé Ltd., 80

Looseley, Geo., 224

Lord:
-, Jas., and his w. Joan, 323
-, John, 172
-, Thos., 323

Lord Chancellor, the, 121; and see More, Sir Thos.

Lord Mayor's National Air Raid Distress Fund, 112

Lorimer, Jocelin (Joceamus ?) the, see Jocelin

Loughton, 62, 65, 182, 345, 350

Louis Joseph, Prince de Condé, 326

Louvain (Belgium), 64

Lovel (Lovell):
-, John, Ld. Lovel, 11
-, Maud, see Burnell
-, Sir Thos., 254, 256, 258
-, Wm., Ld. Lovel, Burnell, and Holand, 11

Lowther:
-, Ant., 249 n, 252 n
-, Marg., see Penn

Lucar, Emanuel, 288

Luke, son of Martin, 68

Luketon, Wm. de, 345

Lusignea, Edm., 8

Luthteburgh, Ric. de, 25

Luton, J. T., & Son, 89

Lycett, Sir Fran., 134, 229

Lyle:
-, Abram, & Sons, 80
-, Chas., 111

Lynsey, John, 256

Lyon:
-, Alice, w. of Sir John, 345–6
-, Geo., 346
-, Sir John (fl. 1545), ld. mayor of Lond., 344–6
-, John (fl. 1616), 346

Lyttleton, Thos., 337

McAulay, Alex., 133

McCabe, Jos., 124

Mace, Jem, 67

McEntee:
-, Cath., w. of Valentine la T., Ld. McEntee, 311 n
-, Valentine la T., Ld. McEntee, 285, 311 n

MacFarlane, Rob., 311

McGuffie, Wm., 309

Machin:
-, Mrs. Ann, 74
-, Mary, m. John Peacock, 74

McIntyre, Hogg, Marsh & Co., 86

Mackenzie:
-, Sir Morell, 179, 183
-, Steph., 184

Mackintosh, C. R., architect, 227

Maclaurin, Dan., 316

Macnaughton, Elliot, 347

McOwan, Pet., 136

McQuoin, Jas., 124

McSheedy, J. J., 281

McTaggart:
-, John (d. 1810), 187
-, John (fl. 1815), 187

Maddison, Humph., rector of Wanstead, 333

Madeley (Salop), 228

Magdalen College, Oxford, 334

Magnet and North West Building Soc., 302

Magnet Building Soc., 302

Maitland:
-, John, 345
-, Wm. Whitaker, 345

Maldon, 124

Malim, Geo., 141

Mallinson:
-, Ric., 230
-, Sir Wm., Bt., 64, 137, 251, 295, 301–2, 312, 317

Malvern College (Worcs.), 121, 142–3

Mammine, see Maule

Manbey (Manby):
-, John, 327
-, Maj. Wm. (fl. 1803), 67
-, Wm. (d. 1868), see Colegrave

Manchester, 350

Mandeville:
-, Christine de, w. of Wm., see Fitz Walter
-, Ernulf de, 72
-, Geof. de, earl of Essex, 72
-, Wm. de, earl of Essex, 194

Mangles, Rob., 337

Manlove, Wm., 115

Mann, T. E., & Co. (formerly Mann & Benford), 86

Manne, see Maule

Manners:
-, Edw., earl of Rutland, 254–5
-, Eleanor, see Ros
-, Eliz., ctss. of Rutland, 243, 275
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Cecil, 255
-, Hen., earl of Rutland and Ld. Ros, 254
-, Sir Rob., 254 n

Manning, Hen., cardinal, abp. of Westminster, 13

Manor Park, in East Ham and Little Ilford, 22, 101, 163–4, 169, 329
-, cemetery, 69
-, educ., 35, 39–40, 42
-, ents., 7
-, floods, 22
-, inds., 17
-, Manor housing estate, 5, 164, 166
-, noncf., 32–3, 35–7, 138, 173, 203
-, postal svces., 165
-, rlys., 5, 62–3, 163–5
-, Rom. Cathm., 31–2

Manor Park Cemetery Co., 69

Mansfield, Ric., 106

Mansfield (Congregational) College, Oxford, 142

Mansfield House settlement, in Canning Town, West Ham, 65, 125, 130, 142

Manson, Sir Pat., expert on tropical diseases, 65, 111

Maplestead, Great, 9

March, Hen., and his w. Eliz., 219

Mare:
-, C. J., & Co., see Thames Ironworks
-, Chas., 64

Mark:
-, Benet of the, 260
-, Herb. of the, and his w. Maud, 260
-, Thos. of the, and his w., 260

Marketman, Wm., vicar of West Ham, 116

markets, 93–4, 169, 269, 328

Marks, in Dagenham, later in Havering, 11

Marney:
-, Hugh de, 194
-, Wm. de, 194

Marsh:
-, Thos., 263
-, Revd. W. B., 119, 148

Marshall:
-, Revd. Edm., 289
-, G., architect, 229
-, J. G. B., 100
-, John, 228
-, Joshua, 289
-, Julian, 252
-, fam., 289

Marten:
-, H. H., 87
-, Rob., 93, 129
-, fam., 53

Martin, Luke s. of, see Luke

Martin:
-, A. G., 202
-, Beecham, and his w., 337
-, Edw., 193
-, Eliz., m. Price Devereux, Vct. Hereford, 341
-, Leicester, 341
-, Oliver, 186

Martineau, David, & Sons, 80

Mary I, 119, 201, 324

Mary, queen of Geo. V, 111

Mary Louisa Victoria, dchss. of Kent, mother of Queen Victoria, 192

Maryborough, Ld., see Wellesley-Pole, Wm.

Maryland (U.S.A.), 45, 187

Maryland Point, in West Ham, 45, 53–4, 64
-, educ., 150–1
-, noncf., 125–7, 138
-, rly. stn., 62

Maryns:
-, Isabel de, see Bret
-, Nic. de, 70

Mascall:
-, Benet, 338
-, John, 262
-, fam., 262

Mason & Mason, 83

Master:
-, Alex., 262
-, Marg., see Asgyll
-, Wm., rector of Woodford and of St. Vedast (Lond.), 353

Masterman:
-, Chas. F. G., politician, 64, 112
-, John, 187
-, Wm., 187

Masters, Mrs., 338

Matcham, Frank, 65

Mathew, see Matthew

Mathews (Matthews):
-, A. A., 299, 302
-, Thos., 20, 29, 37
-, Wm., window blind mfr., 87

Matthew (Mathew):
-, Job, 344
-, John, 193

Matthews, see Mathews

Maud, queen of Hen. I, and abbess of Barking, 44–5, 59–60, 90

Maud, dau. of Robert Fitz Hamon, m. Robert, earl of Gloucester, 8

Maud, dau. of Waltheof, earl of Huntingdon, m. Sim. de St. Liz, 253

Mauger, Paul, architect, 134

Maule (Maune, Manne, Mammine):
-, Christine de, see Valognes
-, Pet. de, 194, 257, 276

Mauny, Wal. de, 258

Maurice, Thos., 344

Mawley, see Morley

Mayhew, (Sir) John, M.P., 25

Mayland, 239

Maynard:
-, Chas. (d. 1665), 255–6, 267
-, Chas., Vct. Maynard (d. 1824), 243
-, Frances, m. Fran. Greville, Ld.
-, Brooke, later earl of Warwick, 255
-, Hen. (d. 1686), 287, 291, 313, 315
-, Sir Hen. (d. c. 1738), 278
-, Hen., Vct. Maynard (d. 1865), 255, 317
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1685), 255
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1760), 243

meadows, common, 75, 198, 264–5, 349

Mears:
-, C. & G., bell-founders, 28, 118, 290
-, Thos., bell-founder, 118

Meautis (Mewtas):
-, Joan (or Jane), w. of Pet., 70
-, (Sir) Pet., 70, 90, 93, 113

Medlicott, Miss, 238

Meeson:
-, John, 86, 100, 108; & Co. 86
-, Thos., 86

Meggs:
-, John, ladder maker, 61, 87
-, Wm., 56

Meidel, Chris., 128

Mellin's Food Co., 17

Mercer:
-, Anne, m. John Swale, 91
-, Chris., 91

Mercers' Company (Lond.), 118

Merchant Seamen's orphan asylum, Wanstead, 320–2

Merchant Taylors' Company (Lond.), 289

Meredith, Wm., 14

Merry:
-, Mary, w. of Sir Thos., 291
-, Sir Thos., 249, 291

Messel, Rudolph, 82

Metropolitan Assoc. for Befriending Young Servants, 142

Metropolitan Bd. of Wks., 24, 50, 101–2, 109

Metropolitan Films Ltd., 273

Metropolitan Police, 7, 23, 93, 99, 101, 103, 171, 207, 332, 352

Metropolitan water bd., 108, 212, 267, 283, 315–17, 343

Mewtas, see Meautis

Micanite & Insulators Co., 271

Micklethwaite & Somers Clarke, architects, 29

Middlesex, 11, 202
-, apprenticeships in, 98, 207
-, boundary, 43
-, bridges, 59, 61, 177; and see Bow bridge
-, rlys., 62
-, silk weavers, 207
-, and see Bethnal Green; Bow creek; Bromley; Ealing; Edmonton; Enfield; Grays Inn; Hackney; Hackney poor-law union; Haliwell, priory of; Hanwell; Highgate; Homerton; Hornsey; Hoxton; Islington; Knightsbridge; London;
-, Mile End; Muswell Hill; Old Ford; Palace Gates; Pinner; Southall; Stepney; Stoke Newington; Stratford Bow; Tothill; Tottenham; Wealdstone

Middlesex and Essex turnpike trust, 3, 45, 59–61, 101–2, 165, 177, 206, 318, 342, 352

Middleton:
-, Anne, Lady, 160
-, John de, and his w. Maud, 9
-, Thos. de, and his w., 10

Midland Rly., 62, 182

Mildert, Dan. van, 179, 238

Mildmay:
-, (or Hervey), Carew, 11
-, Sir Hen., 324, 333
-, Wm., 324

Mile End, in Stepney (Mdx., later Lond.), 90, 331

Milford, Mrs., 311

Mille, John atte, and his w. Marg., 345

Millet, Geo., 196

Millington, John, 286

Mills:
-, Chris, 346
-, —, philanthropist, 4

Milne, W. O., architect, 354

Mimms, North (Herts.), 223

Mineral Oils Co. (Minoco), 81–2

Minty, J. And., architect, 218

Mitchell, Geo., 236

Mocock, Thos., sculptor, 219

Monins, fam., 340

Monmouthshire, see Dingestow Hall

Monoux:
-, Anne, w. of Geo., 291
-, Geo., ld. mayor of Lond., 177, 249, 251, 277, 287–9, 291, 309, 313

Montagu:
-, Alice de, m. Ric. Nevill, earl of Salisbury, 70
-, John de, earl of Salisbury, 70
-, Marg. de, m. Wm. de Ferrers, Ld. Ferrers of Groby, 70
-, Maud de, see Aubrey
-, Thos. de, earl of Salisbury, 70

monte, John de, 338

Monterville, Sir Wm. de, 9–10

Montfitchet:
-, Aveline de, m. Wm. de Forz, earl of Aumale, 9
-, Gilb. de, 9, 68, 114, 185, 214 n
-, Joyce de, w. of Ric. (d. 1267), 9
-, Margery de, m. Hugh de Bolbec, 9, 71
-, Philippa de, m. Hugh de Plaiz, 9
-, Ric. de (d. 1204), 9, 68, 73
-, Ric. de (d. 1267), 9–10, 18, 25, 45, 64, 70–2, 91, 93, 96, 114
-, Wm. de, 9, 44, 68, 73, 114, 185, 346
-, fam., 71

Montfitchet, honor of, 69

Montfort:
-, Adela de, m. (1) Sim. de Moulins, (2) Rob. de Vere, 326
-, Hugh de, 185, 197, 214, 326–7
-, Sim. de, 253, 257

Montgomerie, John, 108

Montier, Pierre, 267

Moody, Dwight L., evangelist, 335

Moore, Thos., 168

Moorgate (Lond.), 62, 228

More:
-, Cecily, m. Giles Heron
-, Chris. Cresacre, 193, 223
-, John, 188–9
-, Mary, w. of Thos. (d. 1606), 31, 223
-, Sir Thos., ld. chancellor (d. 1535), 166, 223, 352
-, Thos. (d. 1606), 31, 193, 223
-, Thos. (d. 1660), 223
-, fam., 31, 193, 223

Mores, Edw. Rowe, 178, 259, 276 n

Morewood, E., & Co. (formerly Morewood & Rogers), 84

Morgan:
-, Hen., 166
-, Jane, w. of Julian, m. (2) Thos. Onley, 166
-, (or Wolfe), Julian, 166
-, Wal., and his w. Jane, 192–3, 215
-, fam., 166

Morice, Capt. John, 334

Morley (Mawley):
-, Eliz., 291
-, Jas., 13
-, John (d. c. 1845), 316
-, John (fl. 1886), 104
-, Ric., 91
-, Rob., 91
-, Wm., 13, 39
-, Mrs., 13

Mornington, earls of, see Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley; Wellesley-Pole

Morris:
-, Georgiana, 238
-, Septimus, 275
-, Wm. (d. 1847), 345, 354
-, Wm. (fl. 1863), 238
-, Wm., poet and craftsman (d. 1896), 250, 252, 284, 308, 344–5
-, Wm., & Co., 139
-, Mr. (fl. 1884), 296
-, fam., 345

Morrison, Chas., 123

Morse:
-, A. T., Sons & Co., 83
-, John, rector of Little Ilford, prob. later minister of Romford, 171

Mortar, Jas., 127

Morten, Edw., 104

Moss, Edw., 14

Moss Empires (formerly Lond. District Empire Palaces) Ltd., 65

Motley,—, a curate (fl. 1630), 172

Motor Omnibus Construction Co., 271

Mottingham (Kent), 312

Moulins:
-, Adela de, see Montfort
-, Sim. de, 326

Mountjoy, Ld., see Blount

Mountnessing, see Thoby, priory of

Mountnorris, Ld., see Annesley, Fran.

Moxon:
-, John, 341
-, Rob., 341, 360

Moyer:
-, Benj., 193–4
-, Cath., 193–4, 239
-, Frances, w. of Benj., 194
-, Capt. Lawr. (d. 1685), 193–4
-, Lawr. (d. 1721), 193, 216
-, Lydia, m. John Heathcote, 193
-, Sam., 193

Mucking, 18, 94, 203

Mulakyn, Zanobias, adcn. of Essex, 51 n

Muleton, Thos. de, 260

Munchensy, John de, 194, 205

Munich (Germany), 218

Munn, fam., 183

Murillo, Bartolomeo, painter, 221, 334

Murphy, J. P., 81

Murray:
-, Thos. G., 37
-, W., 295

Muscegros, Thos. de, 338

Museums, 67, 247, 250, 260, 271, 279–80

Muswell Hill (Mdx.), 238

Naked (Naget) Hall, in Little Ilford, see Aldersbrook, man.

Nares, Owen, film actor, 273

National Freehold Land Society, 244

National Plastics Ltd., 273

National Society (for Education …), 39, 146, 173, 234, 358

National Telephone Co., 7, 63, 165, 183–4, 251, 321, 343

National Union of Gas Workers and General Labourers, 16, 79

National Union of Teachers, 144

Nazeing, 350

Neave:
-, Hester, 28
-, Jas., 247

negro servants, 178, 338

Nestlé Co., 79–80

Neve, Pet. Le, 185 n

Neville (Nevill):
-, Alice, see Montagu
-, Anne, see Beauchamp
-, Sir Hugh de, 185
-, Edm., pretender to barony of Latimer and earldom of Westmorland, 28
-, Isabel, m. Geo., duke of Clarence, 70, 256
-, Jane, w. of Edm., 28, 42
-, Kath., 28
-, Ric., earl of Salisbury (d. 1460), 70
-, Ric., earl of Salisbury and Warwick (d. 1471), 70, 254, 256
-, fam., 12

Newark (New Jersey, U.S.A.), 88

Newcastle, dowager dchss. of, see Pelham-Clinton

Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumb.), 82

Newell, Mary, 305, 317

Newent (Glos.), 336

Newham, London borough of, 23, 43, 56, 69, 107, 162

Newland, F. W., 130, 142

Newman:
-, J. T., architect, 65, 119, 221
-, John, 158
-, Ric., 77, 259
-, W., 129

Newport, earl of, see Blount, Mountjoy

newspapers, 67, 87, 105, 184, 209, 230, 272, 281–2

Newton:
-, Sir Isaac, scientist, 321
-, Thos., rector of Little Ilford, 167, 171
-, Wm., architect, 260

Niblock, Dr. J. W., 311

Nicholl, W. G., sculptor, 291

Nicholson:
-, Sir Chas., architect, 221
-, J. & W., 81, 93

Nobbs, Rob., 131

Nokes, —, farmer (fl. c. 1550), 74

Norfolk, 61, 216, 238
-, and see Dersingham; Ellingham, Little; Norwich; Sandringham; Yarmouth, Great

Norman:
-, Geo. W., 61
-, John, 348

Norris, Miss, 238

North:
-, Thos., and his w. Mary, 347
-, Thos. Cox, 347
-, fam., 350

North East Metropolitan regional hospital bd., 111, 190, 214, 285

North London Rly., 62

North Metropolitan Tramways Co., 7, 62, 183

North Thames Gas Board, 36, 211, 343

North Woolwich Gas Co., 108

North Woolwich Land Co., 46, 50, 102

North Woolwich Rly. Co., 14, 54, 113

Northamptonshire, see Billing, Great

Northern and Eastern Rly., 62, 182, 197, 265, 327

Northern Petroleum Tank Steamship Co., 82

Northumberland, see Newcastle upon Tyne

Norwich, earl of, see Goring

Norwich (Norf.), 176 n, 326
-, bp. of, 75

Noton, S., Ltd., 272

Nottinghamshire, see Cuckney

Nugent-Temple-Grenville, Geo., marq. of Buckingham, see Grenville

Nulls:
-, Sir John, and his w. Mary, 90
-, Pet., 90

Nurse, John, 172

Nutt:
-, Geo., 346
-, Wm., 346
-, fam., 346

Nutter:
-, Gertrude, Jessie, and Mary, 222, 332, 334
-, fam., 319

Nycholl, Rob., 70

Oberammergau (Germany), 221

Ockendon, South, 106, 111

Odams Chemical Manure Co., 79, 83

Odeon Theatres Ltd., 66

Odo, bp. of Bayeux, 8

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

Ohlendorff & Co., 78, 83; and see Anglo-Continental Guano Works

Old Ford, in Bethnal Green (Mdx., later Lond.), 44, 57, 59, 212

Oliver:
-, Edm. Ward, 263
-, John, 147
-, Ric. (d. 1763), 190
-, Ric. (fl. 1803), 190–1
-, Thos. (d. 1803), 190–1, 193 n
-, Thos. (d. 1870), 263
-, fam., 263

Olley & Haward, architects, 294

Ongar, Chipping, 62, 318

Ongar hundred, 52

Onley:
-, Edw., 166
-, Jane, see Morgan
-, Thos., 166

Orderic the priest, 285

Orlebar:
-, Ric. (d. 1833), 262
-, Ric. (fl. 1843), 262
-, fam., 262

Ormesby, —, farmer (fl. c. 1563), and his w., 74

Osbaldeston:
-, Fran., 167, 173
-, Hen., rector of Lt. Ilford, 167, 173
-, Mary, 167

Osborne, W. V., 281

Osmund, Edm., 196

Oswell, Wm. Cotton, 184

Otten:
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Cooper (d. c. 1688), 261
-, Matthias, 261

Owen:
-, Rob., 306
-, Sam., bell-founder, 334
-, Thos., 115

Owsley:
-, Chas., 196
-, Dorothea, 196
-, Newdigate, 196, 219

Oxford, earls of, see Vere

Oxford, see Brasenose College; Hertford College; Magdalen College; Mansfield College; Trinity College; Wadham College

Oyledebuf, Hugh, and his w. Emme, 258

Ozler:
-, Bernard, 186
-, Rob., 186, 215, 233, 234

Pack, Thos., bell-founder, 290

Packer, Geo., 34

Page:
-, Sir Gregory, Bt., 98
-, J. C., 36
-, John, vicar of East Ham, 26

Pakeman, Thos., 128, 157

Pakistan, immigrants from, 2, 44

Palace Gates, in Wood Green (Mdx., later Lond.), 62

Palmer:
-, G. J., & Sons, 16
-, Jas., candle mfr., 83
-, W., 126

Pamplin, Jas., nurseryman, 266

Pankhurst, E. Sylvia, suffragette, 344

Papermill riv., see Fleet riv.

Papworth, John B., architect, 342, 344, 348

Paragon Check Book Co., 87

Pardoe:
-, Lt.-Col. Frank L., 186
-, John (d. 1798), 186–7, 215, 261
-, John (d. 1870), 186–7, 189, 215
-, John (d. 1879), vicar of Leyton, 186–7, 217
-, John (d. 1892), rector of Graveley (Herts.), 186
-, Lt.-Col. Phil., 186
-, fam., 215, 220

parishes, detached parts of, 1, 1, 8, 43, 102, 174, 240, 257, 317

Parker:
-, Geo., 170
-, Ric., tanner, 77
-, Thos., 77

Parnell, Jabez, 33

Parry, Thos., 286

Parry-Segar, fam., arms of, 179

Parsons, Rob., 31

Partner, Revd. Ric., 129

Parvishe:
-, Eliz., see Colston
-, Gabriel, 195
-, Hen., 195

Pasco, Jos., sculptor, 219

Patching:
-, Ezra, 108
-, Resta, 108

Patmore:
-, Coventry, poet, 344
-, S. W., 34

Patrick & Osborn, bell-founders, 28

Pattenson, Ric., vicar of Walthamstow, 287–8

Pawnbrokers' Charitable Institution, 56

Paynter, Rob., vicar of West Ham, 116

Payze, Ric., 196

Peacock:
-, John, 74
-, John P., 74
-, Mary, see Machin

Pearce (Pierce):
-, Brice (d. 1812), 347
-, Brice (d. 1842), 343, 347, 352
-, Nic. (d. 1792), 341, 347
-, Nic. (d. 1825), and his w. Sarah, 347 n
-, Sarah, w. of Nic. (d. 1792), 347 n
-, Wm., bp. of Bath and Wells, 249
-, Mrs., 347

Pearson, J. A., 231

Peat, Marg., 226, 228

Peck, Dorothy, w. of Ric., 162

Peckover, Nat., 161

Peerson, Martin, 252

Pelham-Clinton, Henrietta, dowager dchss. of Newcastle, 355

Pelly:
-, Hen. Hinde, 12, 70, 73
-, Sir John H., Bt. (d. 1852), 12, 64, 73, 119, 146
-, Sir John H., Bt. (d. 1856), 12, 70, 115
-, Capt. R. W., R.N., 100, 108
-, Raymond, 120
-, Canon Ric. A., vicar of W. Ham, 116, 118, 122, 158, 160
-, fam., 53

Pembroke, earl of, see Herbert, Hen.

Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co., 85

Penn:
-, Marg., m. Ant. Lowther, 252
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1670), 252
-, his w., 252 n
-, Wm. (d. 1718), Quaker leader, 321, 334
-, Mr. (fl. 1858), 300

Pennsylvania (U.S.A.), 321

Pentrye, Felice, 70

Pepper, John H., 184

Pepys, Sam., diarist, 189, 195, 252, 266, 324–5

Perfect, Thos., 130

Pernestede, Thos. de, 9

Persan (Seine et Oise, France), 88

Pettit, Wm., & Son, 268

Petty & Co., 81

Peverel:
-, Ranulph, 8–9, 44, 68, 72, 74, 89
-, Wm., 72
-, fam., 114

Peverel, honor of, 69, 72–3

Phelp:
-, J. C. & Son, 272
-, Jas., 272

Phelps, Ric., bell-founder, 354

Philips Records Ltd., 271

Phillips (Philips):
-, Chas., 239
-, John (fl. 1674), and his w. Bridget, 90
-, John (fl. 1747), 239
-, (or Wolfe), Morgan, 73, 166, 168, 185, 192–3
-, Mr. (fl. 1710), a schoolmaster, 233, 238

Pickering, John, 74

Pidduck, G., & Co., 84

Pierce, see Pearse

Pigot, John, vicar of Walthamstow, 288

Pillar Holdings Ltd., 87

Pinchin, Johnson & Co., 83

Pinner (Mdx.), 322

Pinney:
-, Azariah, 68
-, Mrs. Hester, 68

Piper, F. W., 130

Plague, Great (1665), 44, 178, 355; and see Black Death

Plaistow, in West Ham, 10, 12, 44–5, 72–3, 75
-, baths, 109
-, cemetery, 112
-, chars., 159–63
-, chs., 116, 119, 121–3
-, clubs and socs., 141
-, coach svces., 61
-, common pasture, 75
-, dom. bdgs., 50–6, 70–1, 117
-, Broadway (or Great) Ho., 53
-, Brunstock Cottage, 53
-, Chesterton Ho., 53
-, Christendom Ho., 51
-, Cumberland Ho., 52, 76
-, dom. bdgs. (cont.):
-, Essex Ho., 51
-, Essex Lodge, 51
-, Hyde Ho., 51
-, Laurels, 53, 56
-, Pinnocks Place, 54
-, Plaistow Ho., 51
-, Porch Ho., 51, 147
-, Richmond Ho., 53
-, Vicarage, 56
-, Willows (formerly Bedfords), 53
-, educ., 146–7, 150–7
-, ents., 65–6
-, fair, 93
-, fire stn., 110
-, growth, 46–7
-, hosps., 103, 110–11, 213, 285
-, housing, 49, 55–6, 110
-, inds., 79–84, 86–7, 89
-, institutes, settlements, and hostels, 141, 143
-, 'landgrabbers' (1906), 106
-, mkt. gdns., 76
-, marshes, 50, 68
-, New Barns fm. (rectory), 46, 51, 114–15, 125
-, noncf., 124–6, 128–35, 137–9
-, pks., 109
-, parl, rep., 112
-, pop., 52
-, postal svces., 63
-, pub. hos., 54
-, Black Lion, 54
-, Coach and Horses, 54
-, Crown (later Abbey Arms), 54
-, Greengate (formerly Gate), 54, 93
-, Greyhound, 54
-, rly., 16, 62
-, rly. wks., 62, 85
-, riots, 93
-, roads, 3, 46, 50
-, Rom. Cathm., 123
-, theatre, 65
-, trams, 63
-, watch-ho., 99

Plaistow Press, 88

Plaiz:
-, Giles de (d. 1302), 10, 72
-, Giles de (d. 1334), 72
-, Philippa de, see Montfitchet
-, Ralph de, 72
-, Ric. de (d. 1269), 9, 72
-, Ric. de (d. 1327), 72
-, Ric. de (fl. 1353), 72

Plampin, Mrs. Fanny, 337

Platamone:
-, Fran., Count St. Antonio, duke of Cannizzaro, 69
-, Sophia, see Johnstone

Plaxton, Ric., 169, 327

Plomer:
-, Agnes, w. of Wm. le, 262
-, Alex. le, 262
-, Wm. le (d. c. 1318), 258, 262
-, Sir Wm., ld. mayor of Lond., 321
-, Wm. (fl. 1803), 337

Plumbe, Rowland, architect, 357

Pocock:
-, Ric., 167
-, Wm., 226, 228, 290
-, Wm. F., architect, 228
-, Wm. W., architect, 228

Pole:
-, Marg., ctss. of Salisbury, 64, 70, 114 n, 262 n
-, Wm. de la, 165

Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley:
-, Cath., see Long
-, Wm., Vct. Wellesley and earl of Mornington (d. 1857), 167, 204, 320, 324, 326, 329–30, 332
-, Wm., earl of Mornington (d. 1863), 324

ponte:
-, Rob. de, 338
-, Thos. de, 338

Pope, Alex., poet, 179

Popham, Hen., 323

Poplar (Lond.), 7, 126
-, bd. of works, 110
-, poor-law union, 111, 157

Popplewell:
-, Ann, 360
-, John, 360
-, Rebecca, 360

Port of London Authority, 39, 62, 111

Porter:
-, Agnes, see Fraunceys
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Charleton, 194
-, Jos., 123–4
-, Sir Wm., 194

Portsmouth (Hants.), 209

Portugal, King of, 204

Potter & Moore, 202

Poulett:
-, John, earl Poulett, 14
-, Marg., see Burges

Pound, Jas., rector of Wanstead, 321, 333

Poupard:
-, Chas. G., 83, 131
-, Chas., & Son, 86

Povey, fam., 223

Powell:
-, E. N., vicar of St. Stephen, Upton Pk., 29–30
-, Sir Ric., 252

Powle, Thos., 194, 204

Pragell:
-, Clement, 160, 163
-, John, 193
-, Ric., 161

Prat:
-, Thos., 99
-, (later Bridgewright), Wm., 59

Préaux, Pet. de, 73

Precision Film Co., 273

Prescott, Wm., 360

Preston, John de, 71

Price, Cambell, 74

Prichard, A. G., 34

priest:
-, Orderic the, see Orderic
-, Ranulph the, see Ranulph

Printar Industries, 81

Prior, H. M., 128

prisons, 96, 124, 164

Protheroe and Morris, nurserymen, 188, 200

Prussia, kings of, see Frederick II; Frederick William IV

Pudding Mill riv., 57, 93

Pugin & Pugin, architects, 124

Pullison, Thos., 190, 192

Pulman, Capt. Thos., 192

Puncelin (fl. 11th cent.), 13

Purley (Berks.), 165

Purrier, J. V., 348

Pylbarough (or Hatfield):
-, John (d. 1518), and his w. Eleanor, 348
-, John (fl. 1518), 348

Queen Mary College, London, 340

Quercu, Rog. de, and his w. Agnes, 165

Rabbi, Josce the, see Josce

Rael-Brook Ltd., 272

Ragged School Union, see Shaftesbury Society

Raikes:
-, Wm., 291
-, fam., 354

Ralph son of Brian, 322

Ralph son of Urse, 9

Ralph son of William, 10 his w. Margery, see Bolbec

Ralph, Brian s. of, see Brian

Ralph, Jordan s. of, see Briset

Ram, Canon Abel J., vicar of W. Ham, 100, 116, 120

Rampston:
-, Anne, m. Rob. Symonds, 263
-, Marg., see Ascham
-, Rob., 28, 42, 160, 219, 239, 315, 337, 360
-, Thos., 263–4

Ramsey, Wm., printer, 88

Rance, Revd. F. E., 221

Rank, Jos., Ltd., 80

Ranks Hovis McDougall Ltd., 80

Ranulph the priest, 68, 114

Ranulph, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Raphael (Santi), painter, 326

Rawlinson, Sir Rob., 109

Rawstorne, fam., 51

Rayner, Ernest Edw., 197

Read, J. F. H., 252

Ream, Revd. C. F., 134

Redbridge, London borough of, 317–18, 321, 338, 352

Rede, Thos., 70

Redere:
-, Lawr. le, 92
-, Marg., wife of Lawr. le, m. (2) Ric. of St. Albans, 92

Ree (ad aquam):
-, John atte (fl. 1404), 348
-, John atte (fl. 1451), and his w. Joan, 348
-, Ric. atte, 348
-, Thos. atte, 348
-, Wm. atte (fl. 1235), 338, 348
-, Wm. atte (fl. 1404), 348

Reed:
-, Alf., builder, 89
-, Thos., 360

Reekes, Ric, rector of Little Ilford, 171–2

Regent's Park College (Lond.), 127

Reigate (Surr.), 188

Relf:
-, Chas., 65
-, John, 263
-, Mrs. Rebecca, 263

Relyante Motor Works Ltd., 271

Rembrandt (van Rijn), painter, 326

Renfrewshire (Scot.), see Greenock

Renger (Rengery):
-, John, 92
-, Ric, 92

Renny (Bp.), Jas., 131

Repton, Humph., landscape architect, 197, 260, 275, 326 n, 346

Reynolds:
-, Chas., 80
-, Eliz., 80
-, John, vicar of Walthamstow, 288
-, Sam. H., vicar of E. Ham, 7, 26, 28–9

Reynolds Metal Co., 87

Rhodes:
-, Cecil, imperialist, 187
-, Wm., 187, 200

Rich:
-, Penelope, w. of Rob., later earl of Warwick (d. 1619), m. (2) Chas. Blount, Ld. Mountjoy, earl of Devonshire, 324
-, Ric., Ld. Rich, 323–4, 329
-, Rob., Ld. Rich, 323
-, Rob., earl of Warwick, 216
-, 'Master', 216

Richard I, 68, 72–4, 95, 194, 328–9, 349

Richard II, 113

Richard the chamberlain, 9

Richard son of Ranulph, and his w. Hawise, 90

Richard, Didier, 123

Richards, Humph., rector of Little Ilford, 172

Richeman, John, 91

Rideout, J. S., 295

Rigge, John, 316

Riles, Sam., 100

riots, 73, 76, 93, 103, 350

Ripton, Wm., 348

Risley, Sir John, 195

Ritchie, Wm., & Son, 85

River Lee Trust, 101; see also Lee Conservancy Bd.

River Roding Catchment Bd., 95

Rivers:
-, John de, 8
-, Margery de, 8

Rivers, Earl, see Savage

Rivers Purification Assoc. 212

Rivett:
-, Geo., 100
-, Jas., Later Wm. J., builders, 89

Rix, Thos., 139

Robert, earl of Gloucester (d. 1147), 8
-, his w., see Maud

Robert, son of Corbutio, 185, 197, 214

Roberts:
-, Revd. J. F., 347, 311
-, Sir John, Bt., 343, 354, 356
-, John, & Sons (Embroidery), 202
-, J. R., Stores, 56, 80

Robertson, A. W., & Co., 84–5

Robertson & Woodcock, 17

Robinson:
-, John, 327
-, Rebecca, 161
-, Sam., window blind mfr., 87

Robinson, King & Co., 86

Rochester, Capt. John, 92

Rochester (Kent), cathedral of, 8 bp. of, see Wigram

Rochford, Viscount, see Boleyn, Geo.

Roding (Aldersbrook, Hile), riv., 1, 2, 163–4, 166, 317–18, 325, 327–8, 338, 348, 351
-, bridges, 164, 342
-, drainage into, 20, 321, 343
-, fisheries, 168
-, floods, 21, 342
-, marshes, 17–18
-, mills, 168
-, osier beds, 169
-, and see River Roding Catchment Bd.

Rodney:
-, Anne, see Lake
-, Geo., 255–6

Rodwell, J. M., 344

Roe:
-, A. V., aviator, 272
-, and see Rowe

Roger of London, 92
-, his s. Roger, 92

Rogers:
-, Ellen, m. — Hawkes, 360
-, Canon Guy, 116
-, John, fibreglass ornament mfr., 86
-, Jonathan, 360

Rokeby, Revd. H. R., 52

Rollesley, John, 260

Roman Catholic Apostleship of the Sea, 143

Rome, Pope of, 352; and see Eugenius III

Romford, 87
-, mkt., 269
-, minister, 171
-, rlys., 5, 46, 62, 85, 165
-, roads, 2, 95–6, 163, 165, 204
-, and see Harold Hill

Rooff:
-, J. & R., Ltd., 89
-, J. H., 89

Rooke:
-, Anne, w. of Wm. (d. 1597), 72
-, Rob. (d. 1630), 72, 118
-, Rob. (fl. 1630), 72
-, Sam., 72
-, Wm. (d. 1559), 72
-, Wm. (d. 1597), 72, 160

Rooney, R. A., & Sons Ltd., 273

Ros:
-, Edm. de, Ld. Ros, 254
-, Eleanor de, m. Sir Rob. Manners, 254
-, Eleanor, w. of Thos., see Beauchamp
-, Thos. de, Ld. Ros. (d. 1431), 254
-, Thos. de, Ld. Ros. (d. 1464), 254
-, Lord, see also Cecil, Wm.

Rose:
-, Thos., vicar of West Ham (fl. 1552), 116
-, Thos. (fl. 1649), 261

Rosenthal, E., & Son, 86

Rosier, Rob., 139

Ross Ltd., 271

Rotherwick (Hants.), 195

Rothschild, Ferdinand de, and his w. Evelina, 141

Rotterdam (Holland), merchant trading with, 345

Round, Ralph, 286

Rounding, Tom, 340

Rous:
-, Ric. le, 73
-, Wm., 323

Rowallan, Ld., see Corbett, A. Cameron

Rowe (Roe):
-, Anne, see Cheney
-, Eleanor, w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1644), 345
-, Sir John, 259
-, Rob., 192
-, Sir Thos., ld. mayor of Lond. (d. 1570), 192n, 259
-, Sir Thos., explorer (d. 1644), 344–5, 354
-, Wm. (d. 1596), 259, 264, 291
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1667), 259, 268, 274, 286–7
-, Wm. (d. 1744), 259
-, Wm. (fl. 1758), 259

Rowntree & Co., 79–80

Roxburgh (Scot.), see Bemersyde

Royal Association in aid of the Deaf and Dumb, 119

Royal Docks, in East Ham, West Ham, and North Woolwich, 7, 16, 61
-, King Geo. V, 32
-, R. Albert, 4, 49–50, 62, 78, 102
-, R. Victoria, 47, 50, 62, 78, 78–80, 94

Royal Institute of British Architects, 268n

Royle, Thos., 67n

Runwell Hospital, 24

Rushout, Anne, 319 n, 337

Russell:
-, Adeline, dchss. of Bedford, 353
-, E. B., vicar of Leyton, 219
-, Frances, see Cholmley
-, Geo., 268
-, John, 268
-, S. B., architect, 156
-, Sir Thos., the elder, 11
-, Sir Thos., the younger, 12
-, Sir Wm., Bt., 12
-, Miss, schoolmistress, 305
-, fam., 12, 274

Russhe, see Rysshe

Rust, Edw., vicar of East Ham, 26

Rutland, earl and ctss. of, see Manners

Rutt, R. Spurden, organ builder, 202, 230

Ryder:
-, Edw. (d. 1609), 185–6, 196
-, Edw. (fl. 1617), 186
-, Mary, m. Sir Thos. Lake, 186, 216
-, Skinner, 196
-, Susan, m. Sir Thos. Caesar, 186
-, Sir Wm., ld. mayor of Lond., 186, 217

Rysshe (Russhe):
-, Isabel, w. of John, m. (2) Thos. Gray, 258
-, John, 258

Sabina of Benfleet, see Faucilun

Sadleir, Ric., architect, 215

Sadler, Sir Ralph, 254, 256, 259

Sagore, Ric., 75

Sainsbury Bros., 271

St. Albans:
-, Marg., see Redere
-, Ric. of, 92

St. Albans, bps. of, 30; and see Claughton

St. Andrew Mills Ltd., 272

St. Francis, Soc. of (formerly Soc. of Divine Compassion), 87, 121, 143

St. George, Sir Thos., 345

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

St. Lawrence, John of, rector of Wanstead and canon of St. Paul's (Lond.), 332

St. Liz:
-, Maud, see Maud
-, Sim. of, 253

St. Pancras and District Freehold Land Soc., 244

St. Paul's Cathedral (Lond.), canons of, 322; and see St. Lawrence, John of

St. Pierre, Ric., 327

Sake, fam., 338

Salford (Lancs.), 88

Salford and Irwell India Rubber and Gutta Percha Wks., 88

Salisbury:
-, Adam of, 258, 262
-, Eliz., 262
-, Paul, 262
-, Sir Thos. of, 262

Salisbury:
-, ctss. of, see Aubrey; Montagu; Pole
-, earls of, see Neville; Montagu;

Salisbury, dean of, see Vannes

Salisbury Hall Estate Co., 281

Salomons, David, ld. mayor of Lond., 141

Salter, John, 275

Salters' Company (Lond.), 173

saltpans, 168, 327

Samekyn, Rog., 185

Samms, Susan, 289

Samson, Ephraim, 140

Samuel Properties Ltd., 94

Samyne:
-, John, 267
-, fam., 201

Sandon, 123

Sandre, Wm., 345

Sandringham (Norf.), 221

Sands, Jos., 259

Sankey, Ira D., evangelist, 137, 335

Sansom:
-, Chas., 196
-, Eliz., 196
-, Phil., 196

Sant, Revd. Edw., 221

Saunders:
-, Chas., 80
-, Constance Demaine, 278–9

Savage:
-, Eliz., 196
-, Ric., Ld. Colchester, later Earl Rivers, 196
-, Wm. H., 20, 22

Savill Bros., 81

Saw Mills Co., 87

Sayes, in Wanstead and Woodford, 323, 328

Sayesbrook, see Snaresbrook

Schileman (Skileman):
-, Edm., 92
-, Hen., 92

Schmidt, C. W. (F. A. Glaeser) Ltd., 83

Schooling, Jos., 250

Schynvoet, T., 187 n

Scoones, Edw., 335

Scotland, 80
-, chamberlain of, see Balliol, Hen.
-, immigrants from, 78, 138
-, and see Bemersyde; Glasgow; Greenock

Scott:
-, Sir Geo. Gilb., architect, 117, 322, 334
-, Sir Gilb., architect, 120
-, John, 158
-, Mary Ann Tickell, 163, 337
-, T. D., & Co., 82
-, Thos., vicar of W. Ham, 116, 159
-, W. Gilbee, architect, 303

Scrope, Wm. le, earl of Wiltshire, 254

Scrutton & Campbell, 87

sculptors, see Adye, B.; Annis, Jas. and John; Chantrey, Sir F.; Cheere, Sir H.; Flaxman, J.; Gaffin, E. and T.; Hickey, J.; Mocock, T.; Nicholl, W. G.; Pasco, J.; Stanton, E.; Stone, N.; Westmacott, Sir R.

Seamen's Hospital Soc, 111

Searle:
-, Emma F. J., 337
-, Revd. F., 223 n
-, G. D., & Co., 270

Sedgwick, Jas., 19 n

Seemeel Ltd., 81

Seine et Oise (France), see Persan

Self, Jeremiah, 144, 146

Selwyn, Wm., 249

Settles, Wm., 130

Sevenoaks (Kent), 312

Sewardstone, in Waltham Holy Cross, 258

Shadwell, A. T. W., rector of Little Ilford, 29, 165, 172

Shaftesbury Society (formerly Ragged School Union), 131, 144, 148, 231, 298

Shakespeare, Wm., dramatist, 184

Shales & Co. Ltd., 270

Shannon, Wm., 226

Sharpe, Sam., 252

Sharyngton, Sir Wm., 11

Shaw:
-, John (d. 1832), architect, 218
-, John (d. 1870), architect, 292

Sheffield (Yorks.), 300

Sheldon, Ric., 263

Shenstone & Co., Ltd., 202

Sheppard:
-, Revd. David, later bp. of Woolwich, 143
-, Jas., 72
-, Sam., 161

Sherburne, Fran., 219

Sheridan, Ric. Brinsley, dramatist, 321

Sherley, Mary, see Battailhey

Shern Hall (Methodist) Building Soc., 302

Sherwin, Wm., calico printer, 76

Shillinglaw, Jos., printer, 272

Shimwell & Co., 84

Shingler and Risden Associates, architects, 143

Shipman:
-, John, 160
-, Rob., and his w. Dorothy, 262

Shipston, Thos. Wiseman, 129, 162

Shire, M. M., Ltd., 202

Shire (Temple Mills) stream, see Waterworks riv.

Shordych:
-, Joan de, m. Wm. de Bumpstead, 194
-, John de, and his w. Ellen, 194
-, Sir John de, 194
-, Nic. de, 194

Shoreditch (Mdx., later Lond.), 191; and see Haliwell, priory of

Short & Mason Ltd., 271

Shropshire, see Madeley; Tong

Shumah, servant of David Livingstone, 234

Siddall, Hen., rector of Woodford, later vicar of Walthamstow, 287, 353

Sifrewast:
-, Halnoth de, 165
-, Isabel de, m. Alan —, 165
-, Nic. de, 165
-, Wm. de (d. by 1186), 165
-, Wm. (fl. 1226–8), 165

Silley Weir, marine engineers, 85

Silver:
-, (later Dillon), Chas., 65
-, Emily, m. Fred. Fredericks, 65
-, Col. H. A., 88
-, S. W., & Co., 47, 79, 88
-, Steph. Wm., 88
-, Steph. Winckworth, 88

Silver's India Rubber Wks. and Telegraph Cable Co., 88

Silvertown, in W. Ham, 47, 49, 61, 88
-, baths, 109
-, chars., 162
-, chs., 123
-, dom. bdgs., 55
-, drainage, 94, 102, 109
-, educ., 39, 149–53
-, explosion (1917), 80, 82, 87, 123, 152
-, ferry, 63
-, fire stn., 110
-, floods, 22, 95
-, gaswks., 108
-, housing, 49
-, inds., 78–83, 85–9
-, institutes, settlements, and hostels, 141
-, libraries, 112
-, noncf., 125–6, 131, 134–5, 138
-, parl. rep., 112
-, postal svces., 63
-, rly., 62
-, roads, 50, 102
-, Rom. Cathm., 124
-, war damage, 79, 107, 109
-, welfare centres, 112

Silvertown Lubricants Ltd., 81–2

Silvertown Rubber Co., 88

Silvertown Tarmacadam Co., 81

Simeon Trust, 120, 215, 286, 293

Simpkins, A. H., Ltd., 270

Simpson (Sympson):
-, John, 252
-, Nic., and his w. Joan, 326
-, Thos. (later Anne), mineral water mfrs., 81

Sims:
-, Jos., vicar of E. Ham, 18
-, Thos., 316

Singleton, John, 123

Sissinghurst (Kent), 189

Skileman, see Schileman

Skinner:
-, Olive, 160
-, Thos., 323
-, Wm., 130

Slater:
-, Eliz., see Jackson
-, Gilb., 187–8
-, Jas., 187
-, John, Son, & Slater, 86
-, Sam. (fl. 1645), minister of E. Ham, 26
-, Sam. (d. 1670), 297 n
-, Sam. (d. 1704), dissenting divine, 252, 297
-, fam., 187 n

Slater & Palmer Ltd., 83

Slater, Walker Securities Ltd., 88

Slingsby, Hen., and his w. Frances, 11

Slipper, fam., 92

Smart, Fran., 68

Smethwick (Staffs.), 214

Smith:
-, Augustus, brush mfr., 89
-, Chas., 240
-, Conrad de, 201
-, D., & Sons, 202
-, 'Gipsy' (Rodney), evangelist, 358
-, John (d. 1655), 186, 188 n, 239
-, John (fl. 1690), vicar of W. Ham, 97
-, Jos., 187 n
-, Rob., 190
-, Sydney, wit and preacher, 344
-, Thos. Ashbridge, 197
-, Thos., Ltd. (Leytonstone wire wks.), 202
-, Wm., rector of Wanstead, 333
-, Bros. & Co., 81
-, —, farmer (fl. c. 1564–74), 74
-, and see Smyth

Smith-Burges:
-, Sir John, Bt., 14
-, Marg., see Burges

Smith-Harrison, fam., 335

Smithfield (Lond.), 88, 266

Smithfield & Zwanenberg Group Ltd., 81, 84

Smithfield Animal Products Trading Co., 81

Smyth:
-, Sir Jas., ld. mayor of Lond. (d. 1706), 118
-, Jas. (d. 1741), 11, 114
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1669), 12, 64, 68, 72, 96–7
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1745), 11
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1802), 12
-, Sir Trafford, 11
-, fam., 72
-, and see Smith

Snaresbrook (Sayesbrook), in Wanstead, locality, 318–20, 322, 325
-, stream, 318

Snelgrave, John, 159, 161

Snowden, R., 227

Soane, Sir John, architect, 190, 219, 247, 262, 289

Soho (Lond.), 33

Solly:
-, Isaac (fl. 1829), 297
-, Isaac (fl. 1868), 298
-, Sam., 252
-, Thos., 252
-, Mrs., 306
-, fam., 297

Somerset, Isabel, w. of Ld. Hen., 353

Somerset, duke and earl of, see Beaufort

Somerset, see Bath and Wells

Sorenson, Revd. Reg., Ld. Sorenson, 214, 303

Soresby:
-, Adam, 190
-, Jane, see Tench
-, Wm., 190

South Essex Cricket Club, 67

South Essex Gas Light and Coke Co., 211, 282

South Sea Company, 11, 68, 161, 195

South West Essex technical college, 210, 233, 237, 311

Southall (Mdx.), 271

Southend-on-Sea, 119, 270
-, noncf., 133
-, rly., 165
-, roads, 317, 320, 343
-, Runwell hosp., 24
-, and see Westcliff-on-Sea

Southwark (Surrey, later Lond.), 193; and see Borough; Elephant and Castle

Soutter, And. G., varnish mfr., 83

Spaight, Thos., 160

Sparrow, Wm., 288, 305

Spencer Chapman & Messel, 78, 82

Spering, Mary, 337

Spert:
-, Ric., 115
-, Sir Thos., 115

Spicer, fam., 357

Spileman, John, 92

Spillers Ltd., 79–81

Spitalfields (Lond.), 94, 306

Spode, Josiah, potter, 192

Spooner, Chas., architect, 31, 334

Sprague, W. G. R., 65

Spratt Bros., 271

springs, mineral, 2, 318, 339

Spry, John, 296 n

Spurgeon's College (Lond.), 335

Spurrier:
-, Thos., 215
-, Thos. Hector, vicar of Leyton, 215, 217

Squire:
-, Mary, 314
-, T. H., 296
-, fam., 340

Squires & Chapman, 82

Staffordshire, see Burton-on-Trent; Smethwick; Walsall

Stallybrass, Thos., 129

Standbrook, Thos., 19

Stanley:
-, John, 252
-, Joshua, vicar of W. Ham, 97
-, Lucy, Lady, 290

Stannard & Athow, 326

Stansted Mountfitchet, 271

Stanton, Edw., sculptor, 118

Stapleford Abbots, see Battles Hall

Staples, Thos., tanner, 77, 118, 160

Stede, Lawr., 92

Steed, Jas., architect, 230

Steeple, 239

Stephen, King, 72, 326

Stepney (Mdx., later Lond.), 32–3, 160–1, 230, 331; and see Mile End

Stepney Tyre & Rubber Co., 273

Stevens, W. H., 126

Stirling Chemical Works, 82

Stoke Newington (Mdx., later Lond.), 263

Stokes:
-, Alf., 7, 22
-, J., & Sons, 29
-, Jas., 7

Stondon:
-, Maud, see Hykman
-, Wm., 348

Stone:
-, Nic., sculptor, 291
-, T. & W., architects, 231
-, Wm., and his w. Dorothy, 348

Stone Hall, in Little Canfield, 42, 160, 239, 315, 337, 360

Stoneley, Ric., 25, 193

Store, Hen., 160

Story, John, 219

Stotter, Thos. Wm., brickmaker, 268

Strange:
-, John, 187
-, Sir John, 187, 219
-, Wm., 130

Stratford, Wm. of, 75

Stratford, in W. Ham, 3, 10, 12, 16, 44, 58, 68, 70, 72, 116, 170, 177
-, bakers, 76
-, baths, 109
-, bridges, 59–61; and see Bow bridge
-, bus svces., 61, 63, 183, 251
-, chars., 160–3
-, chs., 45, 116, 116, 119–20, 220
-, clubs and socs., 142
-, coach svces., 61–2, 250
-, common pasture, 75
-, co-op. soc., 253
-, dock, 61
-, dom. bdgs., 52–5, 117
-, Angel Cottage, 53
-, Artillery Ho., 52–3, 67
-, Carnarvon Hall, 53
-, Channelsea Ct., 54
-, Church Ho. (Stratford Ho. sch.), 52
-, Dean's Ct., 54
-, Moulseys, 53
-, Rabbit Hutch Row, 54
-, Rokeby Ho., 52, 65, 100, 126, 128, 131
-, St. John's Ho., 53
-, Sonables (Senables), 51
-, Stratford Hall, 53
-, Stratford Ho., 52, 54
-, Wenny's cottages, 54
-, Wilton's Yard, 54, 117
-, Wood's Yard, 54
-, drainage, 57, 94
-, East 15 Acting sch., 65
-, educ., 127–8, 141, 144–57
-, ents., 65–6
-, fire stn., 110
-, floods, 95
-, forest court and prison, 96
-, gas, 108
-, growth, 45–6, 100
-, housing, 49, 55–6, 110
-, housing estates:
-, Carpenters' Co., 47
-, Manbey, 47
-, inds., 78–89
-, institutes, settlements, and hostels, 112, 141–2
-, leper hosp., 118
-, lodging for London visitors, 75
-, mkts. and fairs, 93–4
-, meat trade, 75
-, mills, anc., 57, 61, 89–93
-, museum, 67
-, musical festival, 66
-, newspapers, 87
-, noncf., 36, 125–39, 225, 227, 229–30, 302
-, pks., 109
-, parl. rep., 112
-, pop., 52
-, postal svces., 63
-, Protestant martyrs (1555–6), 45, 116, 119
-, pub. hos.:
-, Angel, 54
-, Bird in Hand, 52
-, Blue Boar, 51
-, Cart and Horses, 54
-, Cock, 51
-, King of Prussia (later King Edward VII), 54
-, Pigeons, 54, 90, 93
-, Swan, 52
-, Two Brewers, 54
-, Yorkshire Grey, 54
-, Queen Maud's causeway, 44–5, 60, 118
-, rly., frontis., 5, 46–7, 52, 56, 62–3, 148, 182
-, rly. wks., 62, 85
-, riots, 103
-, rivers, 57; and see Lea
-, roads, 50, 52, 101–2, 107, 176
-, Rom. Cathm., 123–4
-, shops, 53–4, 56, 203
-, Stratford (Gallows) Green, 45
-, Stratford New (Hudson) Town, 46
-, theatres, 65–6
-, toll-gates, 45, 96
-, trams, 63, 165, 183, 251
-, watch-ho., 99
-, Stratford Bow (Mdx., later Lond.), 44, 75, 188
-, bakers, 76
-, educ., 238
-, noncf., 126, 129, 139
-, priory, 11, 71, 118
-, Protestant martyrs (1555–6), 116
-, rly., 7, 62, 165
-, riots, 76
-, roads, 204
-, and see Bow bridge; Bow china

Stratford Co-operative Soc., 79, 253

Stratford Emery and Glass Cloth Co., 86

Stratford Langthorne, abbey of, in W. Ham, 44, 51, 57, 113, 192–3, 204
-, abbots, see Hyccheman; Hugh; Knotte
-, administrative centre for S.W. Essex, 44
-, bridges, 59, 61
-, chs., 25, 115–16, 171, 214–15
-, estates, 9–11, 17–18, 71–4, 94, 165, 168, 185, 188, 195, 344, 346
-, floods, 113–14
-, forest rights, 95–6, 199, 328
-, mills, 61, 90, 92–3
-, monks, 51
-, precincts, 112–14
-, royal visits, 44
-, tannery, 77
-, wharf, 61

Stratford Wire Works, 84

Streatfeild:
-, F. E. C., architect, 354
-, G., architect, 222
-, Wm., vicar of E. Ham, 19, 26, 28

Street, G., architect, 344

Streimer, Morris, 80

Streimer's Nougat Ltd., 80

Strelley (Sturley):
-, Cecily, m. Humph. Cardinall, 327
-, John, 326–7
-, Nic., 91, 326–7
-, Susan, see Harman

Strode, Hen., 115

Strode Foundation, 115

Strype:
-, Hester, 219
-, John, vicar of Leyton, 206–7, 215–17, 219, 238, 290
-, Susanna, w. of John, 219

Stuart, J., architect, 311

Stukeley, Wm., antiquary, 28

Sturley, see Strelley

Sturton, Nat., 261

Suasso, Alvar Lopez, 348

Suffolk, duke of, see Brandon

Suffolk, 61; and see Bury St. Edmunds; Clare; Exning; Lavenham; Thorington; Westhall

Surrey, see Bermondsey; Borough; Croydon; Dorking; Egham; London; Reigate; Southwark; Wandsworth

Surtees, John Oliver, 162

Sussex, see Brighton; Christ's Hospital; Lancing College; Woodmancote

Sussman, L. S. & J., Ltd., 272

Suter, Hartmann & Rahtjen's Composition Co., 83

Suttle, G. A., 227

Sutton, John de, 71

Swale:
-, Anne, see Mercer
-, John, 91

Swanley:
-, Barbara, w. of Geo., 186
-, Geo., 186, 215
-, Martha, m. Sir Thos. Clutterbuck, 186
-, Mary, m. John Hanson, 186
-, Sarah, m. — Limberry, 186
-, Wm., 186

Sweden, 271

Swein the swarthy (fl. 1066), 89, 184, 194, 201

Swiss Cottage, Camden (Lond.), 7

Sybron Co., 271

Sykes:
-, A. Depledge, 131
-, Gobert, 196

Syme, J. Stuart, 218

Symes, A. E., Ltd., 89

Symonds:
-, Anne, see Rampston
-, Rob., 263, 267
-, Thos., 263

Sympson, see Simpson

Tabraham:
-, John, 216, 223
-, fam., 223

tailor, Hugh the, see Hugh

Talbot, John, 294

Tarmac Derby Ltd., 270

Tarmac Roadstone Holdings, 81

Tarring, John, & Son, architects, 298

Tate:
-, Sir Hen., Bt., 64, 141
-, Henry & Sons, 80, 141
-, Sir Wm., Bt., 141

Tate & Lyle, 80, 88, 141

Tatersal:
-, Agnes, w. of John (d. 1447), m. (2) Wm. Kene, 323
-, Amy (or Anne), m. Sir Ralph Hastings, 323
-, John (d. 1447), 323
-, John (fl. 1447), 323
-, Rob., and his w. Amy, 323

Taylor, Mrs. Harriet, 157

Taylor Instrument Companies (Europe) Ltd., 271

Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Co., 88

Telfer, Hen., Ltd., 81

Telford, J., 229

Temme, E. H., 67

Temple Mills, in Leyton and Hackney (Mdx. later Lond.), 199, 201
-, bridges, 177, 203
-, mills, 201, 203
-, rly., 174, 188, 202, 203
-, road, 176

Temple Mills (Shire) stream, see Waterworks riv.

Tench:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Fisher, 190
-, Sir Fisher, Bt., 190–1
-, Jane, m. Adam Soresby, 190
-, Nat. (d. 1710), 190, 233
-, Sir Nat. (d. 1737), 190

Terrett, J. J., 105

Terry, Dame Ellen, actress, 65

Teulon, S. S., architect, 120

Thames, riv., 1–2, 8, 59
-, drainage, 50, 100
-, ferries, 54, 63
-, floods, 71, 94–5
-, inds. and trade, 47, 61, 78–9, 88
-, pollution, 101
-, and see Bow creek; Ham creek

Thames Conservancy Bd., 101

Thames Ironworks, Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (formerly C. J. Mare & Co.), 47, 61, 79, 79, 81 n, 84–5, 101, 133, 141

Thermos Ltd., 202

Theydon Bois, 350

Theydon Garnon, 239

Thoby, priory of, in Mountnessing, 113 n

Thodey, W. H., & Son, 87

Thomas, duke of Clarence, 200

Thomas:
-, Rob., 3
-, Revd. T., and his w. Sarah, 312

Thompson:
-, Alex., 36
-, Rob., 225

Thomson, Thos., Sons (Barrhead) Ltd., 86

Thorington (Suff.), 334

Thorman, Edw., 109

Thorne:
-, Rob., ld. mayor of Lond., 288–9
-, Wm. J. (Will), M.P., 64, 79, 103–4, 106, 112

Thornhill, Sir Jas., 191

Thorowgood:
-, Sir Benj., ld. mayor of Lond., 344–5
-, Ric., 345

Three Mills Bonded Warehouses Ltd., 93

Throgmorton:
-, Sir John, 123
-, Marg., w. of Sir John, 123, 160

Thurrock, Grays, 86

Tidal Basin, in West Ham:
-, baths, 109
-, chs., 124
-, educ., 149, 151, 155
-, noncf., 139
-, postal svces., 63
-, rly., 62
-, war damage, 49, 107

Tilbury, 7, 62, 165

Tilt, Wm., 226
-, his w., 226, 228

Tilty, abbey of, 113 n

Timah, servant of David Livingstone, 234

Tipper, Wm., 256 n

Tiptoft:
-, Cecily, ctss. of Worcester, see Beauchamp
-, John, earl of Worcester, 254 n

Tite, F., 33

Todd, Ant., 252

toll-gates, 3, 45–6, 50, 59, 96, 165

Tollemache's Breweries Ltd., 269

Tomlinson, Geo., 237

Tong (Salop.), 290

Tonic Sol-Fa Press, 66

Tony:
-, Alice de, m. (2) Guy de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, (3) Wm. de la Zouche of Mortimer, 254
-, Alice, w. of Ralph (d. 1126), see Alice
-, Parnel, w. of Ralph (d. 1239), 253
-, Ralph de (d. 1102), 253
-, Ralph de (d. 1126), 174, 253, 285
-, Ralph de (d. 1162), 253
-, Ralph de (d. 1239), 253, 286
-, Ralph de (d. 1295), 243, 253–4, 275
-, Rob. de, 254, 256
-, Rog. de (fl. 1147), 286
-, Rog. de (d. before 1162), 253
-, Rog. de (d. 1209), 253
-, Rog. de (d. 1264), 253
-, fam., 285

Tootal Ltd., 86

Toppesfield:
-, Eliz., see Fawcit
-, Wm., 118, 160

Tormarton (Glos.), 9

Torquay (Devon), 123

Torrell, John, 332 n

Tosti (fl. 1066), 184

Tothill (later Bloomsbury) (Mdx.), man. of, 184

Toting, John de, prior of Holy Trinity, Aldgate (Lond.), 90 n

Totness, earl of, see Carew

Tottenham (Mdx., later Lond.), 203, 274
-, boundary, 240
-, inds., 202
-, rly., 182, 193
-, roads, 243
-, sch. bd., 312

Tottenham and Forest Gate Rly., 7, 62, 69, 269

Tower Hamlets Freehold Land Soc., 244

Towler & Son, 84

Towner, G., 126

Townsend:
-, Harriet, 162
-, Rog., 70

Toxey, Sam., vicar of Leyton, 216

trade unions, 16, 79, 112, 144

Trafford:
-, John, 201
-, Ric., 201
-, Sigismund, 291, 316
-, Susannah, w. of Sigismund, 291

Transport, Ministry of, 56, 110, 319

Travers, Martin, architect, 223, 292

Traves:
-, John (d. 1570) and his w. Eliz., 167
-, John (fl. 1578), 167

Tree, Beerbohm, actor, 65

Trentham, Eliz., m. Edw. de Vere, earl of Oxford, 70

Trinity College, Oxford, 141–2

Trinity House (Lond.), 190, 193

Troup, Curtis & Co., 84

Trousdale, W. G., vicar of St. Stephen's, E. Ham, 30

Tube Investments, 79, 87

Tucker:
-, John, silk printer, 77
-, T. A., 296

Tuckey, Miss, 311

Tudor, Wm., 160

Tufnell, Sam., 219

Tull, Sam., 269

Tullet, Tomlin & Co., 81

Turkey:
-, ambassador to, 192
-, merchants trading with, 239, 319

Turner:
-, Chas., & Sons, 83
-, J. M. W., painter, 333
-, John, 226, 228
-, Mary, w. of John, 228
-, Sam., 195
-, Spencer, 200
-, Thos. (fl. 1711), 315–16
-, Thos. (fl. 1887), 240
-, Wm., 195
-, fam., 226

Turpin, Dick, highwayman, 273, 290

Turret Press (Holdings) Ltd., 88

Twentyman, Jas. Rob., 347

Twin, Billy, 7

Twining, Kath., 111

Tyas, fam., 223

Tyler:
-, Jas., 166
-, John, 195
-, Thos., & Co., 82

Tylney:
-, Dorothy, see Glynne
-, Fred., 195
-, John, Earl Tylney, 68, 195, 324, 329, 337
-, Sir Ric., Earl Tylney, see Child fam., 195

Tylney Hall, in Rotherwick (Hants), 195

Tyndale, Wm., translator of Bible, 64

Tynge, Wm, 345

Tyrwhitt:
-, Sir Rob., 262
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1442), 262, 291
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1521), 262

unemployment, 17, 21, 106, 126, 133, 138, 207, 284

Unigate Ltd., 267

Unilever Ltd., 79, 81, 83

Universal Milling Co., 86

University College hosp. (Lond.), 174

Upton, in West Ham, 44–6, 64, 72, 97
-, chars., 160
-, dom. bdgs., 53, 56
-, Cedars, 53
-, Upton Ho., 52–3
-, educ., 150, 152–5
-, inds., 79, 86
-, mkt. gdns., 76
-, noncf., 125, 140
-, parl. rep., 112
-, postal svces., 63
-, Rom. Cathm., 123
-, Spotted Dog pub. ho., 51–2, 62, 66–7
-, Upton Cross, 46, 53, 73, 122, 127, 152

Upton Park, in East and West Ham:
-, bus svces., 7
-, cemetery, 38
-, chs., 29–31
-, dom. bdgs., 5, 49
-, football ground, 66
-, housing estates, 49
-, inds., 17, 86
-, Jews, 38
-, noncf., 35, 138
-, rly., 62

Urse, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Usher-Walker Ltd., 83

V.W. Co., 84

Vache:
-, Sir Ric. de la (fl. 1285), 194
-, Sir Ric. de la (fl. 1346), 194

Vachell, Sam. Jones, 159

Vade, John, vicar of East Ham, 18, 26

Val:
-, Hugh de la, 9–11
-, Maud, see Bolbec

Vale:
-, Wm., 263
-, fam., 263

Vallentin, Sir Jas., 262

Valognes:
-, Christine de, m. Pet. de Maule, 194, 257–8, 276
-, Gunnore de, m. (2) Robert Fitz Walter, 191, 194
-, Isabel de, m. David Comyn, 194, 257
-, Lora de, m. Hen. de Balliol, chamberlain of Scotland, 194, 257–8
-, Pet. de, 185, 194, 197, 257–8, 263
-, Wm. de, 194
-, fam., 194, 215

Van Dyck, Sir Ant., painter, 326

Vange Hall, in Vange, 89

Vanguard Motor Omnibus Co., 271

Vannes, Pet., dean of Salisbury, 114

Varney:
-, Revd. John, 123
-, Revd. Thos., 123

Vaughan:
-, Frances, w. of Ric., earl of Carberry, 261
-, Thos., 215

Venesta Ltd., 87

Venez:
-, John de, 73
-, Leonard Succuhull' de, 73

Vere:
-, Adela de, see Montfort
-, Alf. de, earl of Oxford, 185
-, Edw. de, earl of Oxford, 70
-, Eliz. de, ctss. of Oxford, see Trentham
-, John de, earl of Oxford, 114 n
-, Marg. de, w. of Sir Geo., 114 n
-, Rob. de, 326

Vernon:
-, Col. Thos., 163
-, W., & Sons, 80

Victoria, Princess, later Queen, 192

Victoria Dock Co., 100–1, 160–1

Victoria Dock Gas. Co., 108

Victoria Land Co., 69

Victoria Land and Settlement Co., 200

Vidler, Mr., 139

Vigne, Godfrey T., 344

Village Itinerancy Soc., 226

Villiers:
-, Barbara, dchss. of Cleveland, 246
-, Geo., earl, later duke, of Buckingham, 324

Vinci, Leonardo da, painter, 218

Virginia (U.S.A.), 45

Voelker, Dr. J. A., 37

Volckman & Sons, 80

Wadham College, Oxford, 266

Waggot, John, vicar of E. Ham, 25

Wakelin, Jeremiah, 316

Wakerley, John E., 35

Waldegrave, Wm., and his w. Eliz., 173

Waldo:
-, Dan., 321
-, Mrs. Rebecca, 337

Wales, prince of, see Henry

Wales, 233; and see Cardiff

Walker:
-, Emily, 337
-, Jas., 60–1
-, Pat. Gordon-, see Gordon-Walker
-, W., 220

Wallace, Wm., architect, 230

Waller:
-, Revd. C. B., 354
-, Revd. C. E., 354

Walpole, Horace, author, 326

Walsall (Staffs.), 215

Walter, Hubert, abp. of Canterbury, 185 n

Walters, John, 197, 217

Waltham, forest of (Forest of Essex), 74, 164, 166, 204, 274, 350
-, Becontree bailiwick, 95, 168, 204, 329, 350
-, boundaries, 95, 168
-, common rights, 199
-, Leyton walk, 95, 168, 189, 199, 204, 329
-, Walthamstow walk, 274
-, Woodford walk, 350
-, and see Epping Forest; Hainault Forest

Waltham Forest, London borough of, 174–5, 199, 211, 214, 233 n, 240–1, 270, 282, 305 n

Waltham Holy Cross (Waltham Abbey), 57, 258
-, ch., 286 n
-, mkt., 269
-, roads, 241
-, and see Sewardstone

Waltham Holy Cross, college, later priory, later abbey of, 44
-, abbot, 59; and see Fuller
-, assarts, 349–50
-, ch., 352
-, lands, 258, 322–3, 344–6
-, plan, 113

Waltham, Little, 11

Walthamstow, 180, 192, 226, 240–317, 242, 246, 355
-, agric., 263–7
-, allotments, 284, 317
-, alms-hos., 307, 313–15, 317
-, art gallery, 249, 252
-, baths, 252, 284
-, boro. council, 250, 252, 269–70, 279, 282, 292, 300–1, 309
-, boundaries, 174, 240, 257–8, 279–80
-, bridges, 243
-, bus svces., 63, 251
-, cemetery, 285
-, Chapel End, 241, 249, 283, 291, 300–1, 306, 310
-, chars., 309, 312–17
-, Church End, 241, 244, 247, 248, 288
-, chs., 221, 285–94, 307, 354
-, civic arms, 240
-, clubs and socs., 252–3
-, coach svces., 250
-, commons, 198, 244, 264–5, 278, 282–4, 315
-, Co-op. Soc., 253
-, dispensary, 284
-, dom. bdgs., 244–5, 247, 249–50, 279, 282
-, Ancient Ho. (White Ho.), 247
-, Black Ho., 247
-, Brookfield, 247
-, Brookscroft, 249
-, Butler's Place, 247
-, Canister Ho., 275 n
-, Chestnuts (Church Lane), 247, 311
-, Chestnuts (High St.), 270
-, Chestnuts (Hoe St.), 249, 311
-, Church Hill Ho., 247, 279, 302
-, Clay Hill Ho. (Priory), 311
-, Cleveland Ho., 249, 312
-, Clevelands, 247, 281
-, Clock Ho. (Pretoria Ave.), 247
-, Clock Ho. (Wood St.), 250
-, Court Ho., 192, 249, 311
-, Elm Ho., 252
-, Elms, 249
-, Essex Hall (Higham Hill or Hall), 259–60, 279
-, Forest Hall (Hale End), 275 n
-, Grosvenor Ho., 249, 285, 311
-, High St. (no. 115), 247
-, Higham Ho., 260, 268, 274, 359
-, Limes, 251
-, Mill Cottage, 268
-, Moons, 249, 259, 289, 294
-, Northcott Ho., 247
-, Orford Ho., 247
-, Salter's Bdgs. (Forest Hall), 250, 250, 252, 275
-, Selby's, 275 n
-, Shern Lodge, 247, 311
-, Thorpe Combe, 249
-, Thorpe Hall, 252
-, Tile Kiln Ho., 268, 275 n
-, Walnuts, 311
-, Walthamstow Ho., 247, 251, 312
-, Water Ho., 249, 252, 281–2, 284
-, Waterhall, 259
-, Winchester Ho., 247
-, drainage, 241, 274, 279–80, 283
-, econ. hist., 263–73
-, educ., 233–4, 252, 303, 304–12, 306, 307, 313; and see Forest school
-, elec., 282–3
-, ents., 188, 252–3
-, fms., 245, 249, 255, 266–7, 273, 315; and see mans.
-, ferries, 243–4
-, field names, 241 n, 256, 258–9, 264, 266–8, 287, 291, 314–16
-, fire svces., 277, 284
-, fisheries, 267
-, floods, 241, 274
-, forest, 263–5, 268, 274–5, 284
-, gas, 282–3
-, gravel-digging, 283, 284 n
-, growth, 241–5, 280–1
-, health, 281
-, Higham Bushes (Hills), 259–60, 274
-, hosps., 285, 316–17
-, housing, 245, 281–2, 284
-, housing estates, 244–5, 301, 315
-, inds. (early), 267–9
-, inds. (modern), 269–73
-, institutes, settlements, and hostels, 143, 245, 278, 300, 304, 310
-, Jews, 285, 304, 312
-, libraries, 214, 252, 285
-, loc. bd., 280, 283–4
-, loc. govt. to 1836, 275–9
-, loc. govt. after 1836, 279–82
-, mans., 253–65
-, Higham Bensted, 257–60, 262–5, 267, 274–6, 286, 291, 349
-, Mark, 254, 260–2
-, Rectory, 261–2, 264, 266, 276, 289 n
-, Salisbury Hall, 241, 243, 257–9, 262–7, 276, 291
-, Walthamstow Bedyk (Low Hall), 254, 256–9, 264, 266, 270, 276, 283–5
-, Walthamstow Tony (High Hall), 243, 247, 253–9, 261, 263–8, 274–6
-, mkt., 269
-, mkt. gdns., 200, 266
-, marshes, 177, 184, 264–5, 273–5
-, mills, 251, 267–8, 274
-, museums, 247, 250, 260, 271, 279, 285
-, newspapers, 272, 281–2
-, noncf., 294–307
-, pks., 283–4
-, parl. rep., 285
-, police, 277
-, pop., 241, 280–2
-, postal svces., 251
-, pub. hos., 268
-, Chequers, 249, 276
-, Coach and Horses, 249
-, Cock, 249, 316
-, Crooked Billet, 249
-, Duke's Head, 250
-, Ferry Boat, 243, 249, 250, 267, 275
-, Nag's Head, 247, 276
-, pub. svces., 281–5
-, rly., 244–5
-, reservoirs, 241, 243, 264, 266–7, 283
-, rivers, 241; and see Fleet; Lea
-, roads, 176, 241, 243–5, 258, 277, 279–80, 282, 315, 339, 342
-, Rom. Cathm., 294, 307, 309–10, 312, 334
-, shops, 244–5, 250
-, sport, 253
-, town hall, 15, 245, 266 n, 280–2, 285
-, trams, 183, 251
-, unemployment, 284
-, urban district council, 213, 245, 251, 260, 266, 281, 283–5, 304, 308–10, 315
-, vestry, 269, 276–9
-, Vestry Ho., 278–80
-, vicars, 286–8, 291–2, 306; and see Cartwright, T.; Chishull, E.; Hill, W.; Johnson, G.; Siddall, H.
-, Walthamstow Slip, 174–5, 187–9, 200, 208, 219, 279
-, war damage, 249, 270–1, 282, 285, 291–3, 295, 299–300, 302–3
-, watch ho., 277
-, water, 283
-, wkho., 278, 305, 316
-, worthies and social life, 251–2
-, and see Hale End; Higham Hill; Whipps Cross

Walthamstow Building Soc., 244

Walthamstow Press Ltd., 272

Walthamstow Public Hall Co., 252

Walthamstow Savings Bank, 282

Waltheof, earl of Huntingdon, 253, 261, 263
-, his dau., see Maud
-, his w., see Judith

Walton, Thos., vicar of W. Ham, 116, 128

Wandsworth (Surr.), 161

Wanstead, 180, 231, 317–37, 355
-, agric., 327–8
-, alms-hos., 320, 335
-, boundaries, 1, 43, 102, 167–8, 208, 317
-, bridges, 318–19
-, bus and coach svces., 182, 320, 343
-, Bushwood, 318, 321, 330
-, chars., 337
-, chs., 171, 220, 332–4, 333
-, clubs and socs., 321
-, common rights, 329–30
-, dom. bdgs., 318–320
-, Applegarth, 319
-, Bleak (Blake) Hall, 319
-, Elm Hall, 319
-, Grove, 319, 337
-, Grove Cottage, 319
-, Lake Ho., 326
-, Manor Ho., 319
-, Reydon Hall, 319
-, Sheridan Ho., 319, 321
-, Snaresbrook Ho., 319
-, Spratt Hall, 319
-, Wanstead Ho., 132, 318, 321–2, 324, 324–6, 332
-, Willow Holme, 319
-, drainage, 102, 321
-, Eagle Pond, 174 n, 318, 330
-, econ. hist., 327–9
-, educ., 319–20, 322, 336–7
-, elec., 321
-, fair, 328
-, fms., 320, 328, 336
-, field names, 323, 327–8
-, fire svces., 321
-, forest, 95–6, 168–9, 189, 204, 327–30 inc., 168–9, 319, 328–9
-, gas, 321
-, George Green, 330
-, gravel-digging, 328
-, hosps., 321–2
-, housing estates, 320
-, inds., 328–9
-, Jews, 336
-, libraries, 321
-, loc. bd., 318, 321, 332
-, loc. govt., 330–2
-, mans., 322–7
-, Wanstead, 68, 96, 319, 322–30, 332
-, and see Aldersbrook; Cann Hall
-, mkt. gdns., 328
-, mkts., 169, 200, 328
-, marsh, 328
-, mill, 327
-, mineral spring, 318
-, Mobs Hole (Nightingale Green), 318
-, New Wanstead, 224, 320
-, noncf., 132, 230, 334–6
-, orphanages, 319–20, 322
-, pks., 321
-, police, 332
-, poor ho., 331
-, pop., 318
-, postal svces., 320–1
-, pub. hos.
-, Eagle, 319
-, George, 319, 321
-, Thatched Ho., 319
-, rly., 320
-, rectors, 326, 330–3; and see Glasse, S.; Pound, J.; Wigram, W. P.
-, rivers, 318
-, Holt (Wanstead ditch), 174–5, 177, 208, 211, 318
-, roads, 318, 320, 327, 343
-, Rom. Cathm., 294, 327, 334, 337
-, saltpans, 168, 327
-, sport, 321
-, trams, 7
-, urban district council, 318, 332
-, Wanstead Park, 167, 169, 325–6, 328–30
-, war damage, 320, 335–6
-, watch ho., 332
-, water, 321
-, worthies, 321–2
-, and see Aldersbrook; Cann Hall

Wanstead and Woodford, boro. of, 338, 352

Wanstead Flats, 2, 24, 68, 96, 109, 165, 168–9, 204, 232, 318, 328–30

Wanstead Slip, in Leyton, 174–5, 222, 317, 326; and see Cann Hall

Wanstead Sports Ground Ltd., 321, 324

Wapping (Lond.), 83

war damage, 16, 24, 28–31, 34–6, 38–40, 44, 49, 52, 62, 65–6, 79, 83–5, 87–9, 93, 107–11, 118–31, 133–5, 137–40, 142–3, 145, 149, 151–6, 179, 182, 210–11, 216, 218, 220, 222, 225, 227, 229–33, 235, 237, 249, 270–2, 282, 285, 291–3, 295, 299–300, 302–3, 320, 335–6, 341, 357

Ward:
-, Pet., 160
-, Thos. W., Ltd., 89

Wardale, John, 192

Ware:
-, J. H., vicar of E. Ham, 29
-, John de, 118

Warenne, honor of, 194

Warner:
-, Sir Courtenay, 222, 259, 275, 282
-, Edw. (d. 1875), 221, 259–60, 286, 292
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1955), 259
-, Sir Hen., 259
-, J., & Sons, bell-founders, 118, 290
-, Ric., 341, 360
-, Thos. Courtenay, 244, 247, 293
-, fam., 292

Warner Estate Co., 244–5, 281

Warren:
-, E. P., architect, 222
-, Joan, m. Sir Hen. Williams (or Cromwell), 185
-, Joan, w. of Sir Ralph, see Lake
-, Sir Ralph, ld. mayor of Lond., 185, 196
-, Ric., 185
-, Tom, 129, 136

Warren & Simpson, 87

Warwick:
-, ctss. of, see Maynard, Frances; Tony, Alice
-, duke of, see Beauchamp, Hen.
-, earls of, see Beauchamp, Guy, Ric., Thos. (d. 1369), and Thos. (d. 1401); Edward; Greville, Fran.; Neville, Ric.; Rich, Rob.

Warwick, 270

Warwickshire, see Birmingham; Warwick

Waterworks (Temple Mills, Shire), riv., in W. Ham and Leyton, 57, 59, 174–5, 177–8, 203–4

Waterworks riv., in Walthamstow, see Fleet riv.

Watson:
-, C. S., 281
-, John (fl. 1655), vicar of E. Ham, 26
-, John (fl. 1762), 262

Watts:
-, Isaac, hymn writer, 297
-, Jos., 159

Waverley, Wm., 345

Waylett, John, bell-founder, 290

Weald Bassett, North, 294

Weald, South, 327 n

Wealdstone (Mdx.), 29

Weatherby & Crowther, 77

Weavers' Company (Lond.), 320 n

Webb, Arthur, Ltd., 53, 89

Weber, Symon, 140

Webster, H. E., 228, 300

Wellesley:
-, Art., duke of Wellington, 324, 326
-, Hen., Earl Cowley, 324, 329–30

Wellesley, Vct., see Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley

Wellesley-Pole:
-, Wm., Ld. Maryborough, earl of Mornington (d. 1845), 353
-, Wm., earl of Mornington (d. 1857), see Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley

Wellington, duke of, see Wellesley

Wells:
-, A., 81
-, A., & Co., 273

Wells-Brimtoy Distributors Ltd., 273

Welton:
-, E. E., 295
-, Ric., vicar of E. Ham, 7, 26, 172

Wentworth, Thos., Ld. Wentworth (d. 1551), 177

Wesley, John, Methodist, 132, 224, 226, 228, 355

West:
-, Cecily, see Bellingham
-, Hen., 167
-, Thos., 167

West Ham Chemical Works, 82

West Ham Gas Co., 23, 101, 108, 211, 321, 343

West Ham Gutta Percha Co., 88

West Ham Waterworks Co., 57, 92, 108

Westcliff-on-Sea, in Southend-on-Sea, 163

Westfield, Geo., 238

Westgate, Geo., 240

Westhall (Suff.), 73

Westley, Ric., 263

Westmacott, Sir Ric., sculptor, 291

Westminster (Lond.), 15, 108
-, abbey, 2, 8, 13–15, 18, 89, 184–5, 201, 322
-, Imperial Theatre, 65
-, abps. of, see Manning; Wiseman, Nic.

Westmorland, earl of, see Neville

Weston:
-, Lewis, 255, 299
-, Susan, m. Wm. Dilwyn, 255

Wetenhall, Thos., vicar of Walthamstow, 288

Wetherall, Miss, 162

Wheeler:
-, H., & Co., 86
-, M., architect, 293

Whetstone:
-, Bernard (d. c. 1602), 339, 345, 350
-, Sir Bernard (d. 1624), 345, 349–50
-, Bernard (fl. 1639), 345
-, Marg., w. of Bernard (d. c. 1602), 345
-, Rob., 345

Whipps Cross, in Leyton and Walthamstow, 174–5, 178, 182, 213–14, 243, 250–1, 265, 274–5, 285, 298–9

Whistler, Dan., 252

White:
-, And., 167
-, Joan, see Lake
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1558), 185
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1877), Id. mayor of Lond., 344

Whitechapel (Lond.), 268
-, char., 56
-, coach svces., 320
-, noncf., 127
-, poor-law union, 157
-, rly., 62
-, road, 342

Whitechapel Gas Co., 108

Whitefield, Geo., Methodist, 224, 226, 228

Whitefields Ltd., 80

Whitefoot, Wm., 356

Whiteside, Mrs., 13

Whitford Armstrong Structural Co., 84

Whittingham:
-, W. B., 280
-, Wm. E., 308

Whittle:
-, Isabella, 127
-, Capt., 127

Whittlesford (Cambs.), 263

Whittuck, Edith, charity, in Wimbledon (Lond.), 130

Whitwell Press, 87–8

Whitworth, J. C., printer, 87

Wichio, Hugolin de, 10

Widford, 292

Wight:
-, Hen., 166
-, John H., 166
-, Sarah, 172
-, fam., 166, 168, 171
-, and see Hibbit

Wightman, Phil., bell-founder, 218

Wigram:
-, Eleanor, w. of Sir Rob., 305
-, Sir Jas., 251
-, Jos., bp. of Rochester, 251
-, Sir Rob., 251
-, W. Pitt., rector of Wanstead, 334
-, fam., 247

Wilberforce, Wm., philanthropist, 53

Wilderspin, Sam., 306

Wildman, Hen., 192

Wilkes:
-, Frances, see Bendish
-, Ric., 25
-, fam., 25

Wilkinson:
-, Revd. F. W., 229
-, G. H., 335

Willett, John, and his w. Sarah, 208

William I, 72, 253

William III, 68

William IV, 117

William (fl. 1086), 257

William the falconer, 8

William, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Williams:
-, Sir Hen., see Cromwell
-, Jane, see Warren
-, Hugh, vicar of Leyton, 216, 238
-, Rob., 196
-, Wm., 32
-, and see Willyams

Williams, Foster & Co., 267

Williamson:
-, Jas., & Son, 89
-, Mary, 334

Willyams:
-, Cooper, 51 n
-, John, 51
-, Thos., 51
-, fam., 51
-, and see Williams

Wilmer Lea Foundries, 84

Wilmott, Jos., timber merchant, 87

Wilson:
-, Alf. W., vicar of Walthamstow, 286
-, C. E., 22
-, Eli, brickmaker, 268
-, F., printer, 87
-, Isabella, 159
-, Jos., 306
-, Revd. R. F., 25
-, Rob., 25
-, Steph., 261
-, Thos., 25
-, Wm., vicar of Walthamstow, 286, 288, 291–2, 306
-, and see Given-Wilson

Wilson & Whitworth Ltd., 87

Wilton:
-, John, candle mfr., 83
-, fam., 332

Wiltshire, earl of, see Scrope

Wiltshire, see Draycot Cerne

Wimbledon (Lond.), 130

Winder, Sam., 261

Windsor:
-, Christine, w. of Wal. of, 9
-, Ginda, w. of Wal. of, m. (2) Wm. de Biskeley, 9
-, Maud of, m. — of Hesdin, 9
-, Wal. of, 9–10, 68

Winmill:
-, Chas. C., architect, 65, 117
-, Sam., 170

Winn, Wm., 161

Winstone, B., & Sons, 83

Wise, Edm., 316

Wiseman:
-, Nic., cardinal, abp. of Westminster, 179, 223, 256, 294, 312
-, Ric. (fl. 1597), 71
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1642), 71

Witham-on-the-Hill (Lincs.), 188

Withers, Jos., 111, 162

Withypoll:
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1582), 254, 261, 286
-, Sir Edm. (fl. 1601), 189, 261
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1619), 286
-, Paul (d. 1547), 254, 261, 286, 288
-, Paul (d. 1585), 261
-, Ric., vicar of Walthamstow, 288
-, fam., 276, 286, 288

Wittewrong, Sir John, Bt., 64

Wivenhoe, 71

Wix, J., & Son, 81

Woburn Sands (Beds.), 128

Wolfe, see Morgan; Phillips

Wollaston:
-, Hen. (d. 1619), 70
-, Hen. (fl. 1619), 70

Wolley, Hen., 192

Wood:
-, A. C., 231
-, Eliz., w. of Toby (fl. 1630), 219
-, John, vicar of Walthamstow, 288
-, Ric., rector of Woodford, 353
-, Toby (d. 1611), 192
-, Toby (fl. 1630), 192

Wood Green (Mdx., later Lond.), see Palace Gates

Woodard, Canon Nat., 191

Woodcock, a contractor (fl. 1796), 19

Woodford, 324, 338–60, 355
-, agric., 348–50
-, boro. council, 348
-, botanical gdn., 341
-, boundaries, 240, 317, 338
-, bridges, 342, 352
-, cemetery, 342
-, chars., 314, 358, 360
-, Church End, 339–40
-, chs., 334, 352–5, 354
-, coach and bus svces., 343
-, commons, 349–51
-, dom. bdgs., 339–42, 346–8, 353
-, Elmhurst, 340
-, Essex Ho., 341
-, Grove (Hall), 340
-, Grove Lodge, 340
-, Harts, 341
-, Hill Ho., 338, 342, 344–5, 347
-, Holmleigh, 340
-, Hurst Ho. (Naked Beauty), 341 360
-, Knighton Lodge, 355
-, Little Monkhams, 347
-, Manor Ho., 339, 341 n, 352
-, Monkham Ho., 347–8
-, Ray Lodge, 348
-, Thurlby Ho., 342
-, West Lodge, 340
-, drainage, 343
-, econ. hist., 348–50
-, educ., 304, 358–60; and see Bancroft's school
-, elec., 343
-, ents., 344
-, fms., 338–9, 347–9
-, field names, 338, 345–6, 349, 353
-, fire svces., 343
-, floods, 342, 349
-, forest, 339, 350–1
-, gas, 343
-, growth, 339
-, hosps., 343–4
-, housing, 339–40
-, inds., 189, 349–50
-, Jews, 358
-, libraries, 344
-, loc. bd., 275, 352
-, loc. govt., 351–2
-, mans. and other estates, 344–8
-, Harts, 338, 341
-, Marshalls, 341
-, Monkhams, 346–8, 350–1
-, Rayhouse, 348
-, Woodford Hall, 205, 342, 344–51
-, mkt. gdns., 349
-, mills, 268, 349
-, noncf., 226, 355–8
-, pks. and playing fields, 344, 348
-, pestho., 352
-, police, 352
-, poorho., 351–2
-, postal svces., 343
-, rectors, 352–3; and see Siddall, Hen.
-, roads, 45, 175, 245, 318, 338–9, 342–3, 348, 352
-, Rom. Cathm., 294, 355, 359
-, Salway Hill, 339–41
-, sport, 343
-, trams, 251
-, urban district council, 352
-, war damage, 341, 357
-, water, 343
-, woods, 338–9, 346–51
-, wkho., 339, 352, 358
-, worthies, 344
-, and see Woodford Bridge; Woodford Green; Woodford Wells

Woodford Bridge, in Woodford, 346, 352
-, Barnardo's Homes, 342, 359
-, ch., 354
-, dom. bdgs.:
-, Chestnuts, 342
-, Gwynne Ho., 342
-, Ray Ho., 189, 348–50
-, Roding Ho., 342
-, educ., 358
-, pub. hos.:
-, Crooked Billet, 340
-, Crown, 340
-, Three Jolly Wheelers, 340
-, White Hart, 340
-, road, 175

Woodford Green (Row), in Woodford, 339, 354
-, Castle pub. ho., 340
-, dom. bdgs., 339, 341
-, Grove Ho., 341
-, Harts Ho., 341, 343
-, Hereford Ho., 341, 347, 352
-, Higham Villa, 341
-, Lanehurst, 341
-, Millhouse, 349
-, Prospect Ho., 341
-, forest, 351

Woodford Wells, in Woodford, 338–9
-, ch., 292, 354
-, dom. bdgs., 341–2
-, Ivy Ho., 341–2
-, Knighton Ho., 342
-, Nottingham Villas, 342
-, Oaks, 342, 344, 355
-, pub. hos.:
-, Horse and Well (Horse and Groom), 340
-, New Wells, 339
-, Three Wells (Old Wells), 339 road, 342

Woodgate, Sir Alf., 106

Woodmancote, in West Bourne (Suss.), 167

Woodward Bros., 84

Woolball, Kath., 316

Woolhouse:
-, Rob., 327
-, Thos., 327

Woolston, in Chigwell, 262

Woolwich (Kent, later Lond.), 8, 15, 62, 120
-, bp. of, see Sheppard
-, boundaries, 8
-, ferry, 5, 62–3
-, libraries, 24

Woolwich, North (Kent, later Lond.), 4, 8
-, boundaries, 1–2, 8
-, chars., 162
-, chs., 26, 120
-, drainage, 17, 20, 23, 102
-, educ., 39–40
-, ferry, 5, 62–3
-, fire svces., 24
-, floods, 2
-, housing, 5
-, inds., 78
-, noncf., 32, 35, 37
-, ordnance store, 2
-, origin, 8
-, pks., 24
-, postal svces., 7, 63
-, rlys., 5, 47, 50, 62
-, roads, 20, 50
-, war damage, 4, 16
-, and see Royal Docks

Worcester, earl of, see Tiptoft, John

Worcestershire, see Evesham; Malvern College

Workman, J. S., 133

Wormingford, 9

Worton, Thos., 316

Wragg:
-, Fran., 250
-, Rob., 266

Wren, Sir Chris., architect, 191 n

Wrench, Wm., 75

Wright:
-, Sir Geo., Bt., 348, 350
-, Isaac, vicar of Walthamstow, 288
-, Sir Jas., 347–9
-, Revd. Jas., 137
-, Jos., 335
-, Lionel, 261
-, Ric., 74
-, Rob., rector of Woodford, later bp. of Bristol and of Lichfield and Coventry, 353
-, T. J., & Sons Ltd., 272
-, Thos., 123

Wrighton, F., & Sons Ltd., 272

Wrighton Aircraft Ltd., 272

Wriothesley, Thos., Ld. Wriothesley, 185, 196, 215 n

Wyatt, Sir Mat. Digby, architect, 141

Wyke, Nic. atte, 92

Wymondesold, Mat., 319

Wynch, Rob., 354

Wyndham:
-, Edm., 286
-, Mary, see King

Wyschard, Hugh, 69–70

Yardley of London Ltd., 82

Yarmouth:
-, (or Lincoln), Adam of, 10
-, Wal. of, 9–10, 71

Yarmouth, Great (Norfolk), 10

York, Eliz. of, see Elizabeth, queen of Hen. VII

York, duke of, see James

York, abps. of, see Arundel; Harsnett

Yorkshire, 223, 228; and see Cleveland; Sheffield

Young:
-, A., 231
-, Jas., 123
-, Mat., 71
-, Thos. (fl. 1648), 71
-, Thos. (d. c. 1705), 71
-, Wm., builders' merchant, 87
-, fam., 71

Young & Marten Ltd., 87

Young Men's Christian Assoc, 137, 141, 143

Zambesi riv. (Africa), 184

Zion Itinerant Soc., 355

Zouche:
-, Alice, see Tony
-, Wm. de la, 254, 256