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Note. Subjects are indexed mainly under the places to which the references relate, but there are also separate headings for subjects in the following list, and for others to which cross-reference is made under the headings marked in the list with an asterisk: agricultural machinery; *agriculture; airfields; alms-houses; architects; *architecture; barracks; beacons; bell-founders; cages; canals; Canterbury Tales; cemeteries; chantries; church-house; coin hoard; *disorder; *entertainment; *epidemics; fairs; fires; floods; gipsies; Green Belt; guilds; hospitals; hundreds; *industry; Jews; judgement of fire and water; Knights Hospitallers; Knights Templars; lakes; libraries; markets; moats; museums; *nonconformity; organ builders; parishes, detached parts of; parks; peculiar, ecclesiastical; *punishment; ritualism; school boards; sculptors; serjeanties; *services, public; spring, mineral; Volunteers; war damage; warren, free; watch-house; workhouses.

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

Abbenach (Abenach):
-, Jn. of, 67
-, Sim., 47

Abdy, Sir Rob., Bt., 72

Abraham:
-, Jn., 50
-, fam., 153

Abrahams, Benj., 10

Adams, Thos., 167

Adeliza, abbess of Barking, 171

Adgoe (Adge), Jn., 142

Ætsere the swarthy, and his w. Ælfgyth, 182, 187

Agamund, priest, 122

agricultural machinery, mfr. of, 26, 40

agriculture, see assarting; commons; field names; fields, open; gardens; hide; hop-growing; inclosures; market-gardens; mills; services, customary; virgate

airfields, 31–2, 60

Alabaster:
-, Rog., 74
-, fam., 74

Alabaster & Wedlake, 74

Aldgate (Lond.), 35, 148

Aleyn:
-, Anne. ? w. of Thos., 182
-, Edm., 183
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Ashby, 183
-, Giles, 183
-, Jn., 183
-, Mrs. Mary, 183
-, Thos., rector of Stanford-le-Hope, 182–3
-, Thos., vicar of Cookham (Berks.), 183
-, Wm., 183

Algeria, British sailors as slaves in, 138

Allain, E.C., 89

Allen:
-, Chas. H. (formerly Allen Bros.), 74
-, Wm., 184

Allied Breweries, 73

Allsopp:
-, Eliz., m. Sim. Thorowgood, 71
-, Kath., m. Thos. Baines, 71
-, Russell, 71
-, Sam., and Sons Ltd., 73

alms-houses, see Cranham; Hornchurch; Ockendon, North; Romford; Warley, Little.

Alsi (fl. 1066), 133

Aluard (fl. 1066), 130

Alvric (fl. 1066), 104

Alwin (fl. 1066), 104

Alwy (or Doryval) fam., 29

America, United States of, 138; and see Georgia; Philadelphia

Anderson, Maj., 15

Andrews:
-, Edw., 141
-, Hen., 184–5
-, Rob., 185

Anne, Queen, 85

Anne (of Bohemia), queen of Ric. II, 69

Anne (of Cleves), queen of Hen. VIII, 11,176

Anne, ctss. of Stafford (d. 1438), 118

Ansell:
-, Allen, 13, 129, 133
-, Jn. W., 13
-, Mr. and Mrs., 107 n

Antwerp (Belgium), 140

Aosta (Piedmont, Italy), canon of, see Hart, B.

Appleton:
-, Hen., 54
-, Jane, see Ayloffe

Apreece:
-, Amelia, m.—Peacocke, 105
-, Sir Thos. G., 105
-, Sir Thos. H., Bt., 105

Arche:
-, Maud de, m. Ric. de Landa, 132
-, Ralph de, 132

Archer:
-, And., Ld. Archer, 16
-, Kath., see Tipping
-, Thos., Ld. Archer, 16
-, fam., 10

architects, see Allam; Armstrong; Barry; Bartleet; Blore; Caröe; Champneys; Clare & Ross; Collins & Green; Connolly; Dawber; Edwards; Flitcroft; Foster; Gandon; Geldart; Habershon & Pite; Hall, D.C.; Hallam; Jackson, T.G. Johnson, Jn.; Lutyens; Nevill, R.; Nicholson, Sir C.; Paine; Parker, B.; Pearson, J. L.; Reilly; Reynolds-Stephens; Ross; Salvin; Scott, M. H. B.; Smith, F.J.; Smith, G.; Stevens; Teulon; Tilden; Townsend; Unwin; Watson, Mr.; Williams-Ellis; Wyatt, J.; Wyatt, Sir M.; Yevele

architecture, see barns; bee-boles; Coade stone; conduit house; dairies; dovecots; gazebo; glass, stained; icehouse; orangeries; summer-houses

Ardall, Thomasyn, m. 1 Rob. Latham, 2 Rog. Badby 116

Ardyson, Geo., 132

Arlington, earl of see, Bennet, H.

Armstead, Wm., 54, 96

Armstrong, Ric., 108, 115, 123

Arnold, Wm., 136

Arran, earl of, see Gore, A.

Arts Council of Gt. Britain, 31

Arundel:
-, Alice, w. of Sir Ric., 33, 36
-, Hen. 33 n
-, Sir Ric., 33, 35–6

Arundel, earls of, see Aubigny

Ashby:
-, Eliz., see Aleyn
-, Wm., 183

Ashenhurst:
-, Art., 166–7
-, Ursula, see Fleming

Ashton, Wm., rector of Wennington, 188

assarting, 18, 21, 152

Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers Ltd., 41

Atkinson, Jn., and his w. Amy, 150

Attely, Hen., 90, 141, 160

Attwell, Eliz., 125, 163

Aubert:
-, Eliz., m. Fran. O. Buckland, 120
-, Jn., 120
-, Wm., 120

Aubigny:
-, Hugh de, earl of Arundel, 14
-, Wm. de, earl of Arundel, 14

Aucher:
-, Sir Ant., 34
-, Hester, see Collett

Audrey, Saint, 115 n

Aundely:
-, Joan de, see Landa
-, Rob. de, 132

Austen:
-, Jn.(fl. 1659), 33
-, Jn. (fl. 1720), 33
-, Wm. and his w. Gillian, 131
-, ——m. Wm. Blackburn, 33 n

Auxillers, Ellis de, 183

Aveley, 99
-, Belhus, 30, 68 n, 99, 185
-, boundaries, 180
-, ch., 139, 188
-, Kenningtons, 99
-, land in, 182–4
-, mans., 101, 148
-, marshes, 137
-, nonconf., 124, 159, 189
-, poor-relief, 138, 185, 187
-, pub. hos., 181, 186
-, road repair, 145 n

Averell:
-, Bart. (d. 1562), 168
-, Bart. (fl. 1584), 168
-, Hen., 168
-, Jn., 168

Aylett, Alice, 51

Aylmer, Jn., rector of Wennington, 188

Ayloffe:
-, Sir Benj., Bt., 33, 39, 182 n
-, Jane, w. of Wm., m. 2 Hen. Appleton, 54
-, Wm. (d. 1517), 33, 48
-, Wm. (d. 1585), 182
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1627), 39, 42, 42 n
-, Sir. Wm. (d. 1675), 13, 182
-, fam., 33, 182

Badby:
-, Rog., 116
-, Thomasyn, see Ardall

Bailey, Dr. H. Roberson, rector of Gt. Warley, 171

Baines:
-, Kath., see Allsopp
-, Thos., 71

Bakeswell, Wm. of, 175

Baldwin son of William, 111, 115–16 his w., see Emme

Baldwin:
-, Isabel, see Setfountayns
-, Wm. (d. 1316), 111, 116
-, Wm. (fl. 1376), 67
-, Wm. (? another), 47
-, fam., 35, 120–1

Balfour, Jabez, 68

Ballard, Sam., 55

Balls, Eliz., 11

Balthrop, Thos., 136

Bamber, Jn., 37

Bamford, A. Bennett, 64

Bampton:
-, Gillian of, m. 1 Wm. Paynel, 2 Warin de la Haule, 129–30
-, Rob. of, 129

Bampton, honor of, 129, 149

Bannister, Jn., 184

Baptists, 50, 88, 109, 141, 159–60, 173

Barbados (West Indies), judge in, and agent, see Littleton, E.

Barber:
-, Alf., 38
-, Chas., 15

Barbour, Edw., 65

Bardsley, Fran., 94

Barker:
-, Leonard, vicar of Rainham and rector of Stifford, 139
-, Marg. w. of Edw., 123

Barking, Ric. of, 36

Barking, 105
-, abbey, 129 n, 166 abbess, see Adeliza
-, Bifrons, 37
-, chantry, 84
-, Claybury, 120
-, fields, open, 18–19
-, hidage, 17 n
-, man., 3
-, nonconf., 87–9
-, poor-relief, 77 n
-, power stn., 44, 79
-, Rom. Cathm., 140
-, trade with, 186
-, Union foundry, 40

Barnard, Messrs., silversmiths, 172

Barnes, see Pemberton-Barnes

Barnet, battle of, 104

Barningham (Suff.), 116

barns, 17, 33–4, 113, 120, 132, 140, 143, 151, 156, 171, 181,

Baron, Mr., 131

Barons' War, 101, 149

barracks, see Romford; Warley, Lt.: Warley Camp

Barrett:
-, Edw. (fl. 1569), 187
-, Sir Edw. (fl. 1614), 185
-, Jn., 30, 185
-, ——, benefactor, 189

Barrett-Lennard:
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 132, 183, 187
-, fam., 125 n, 132
-, and see Lennard

Barry, E. M, 17

Barstable, hund., 4, 99–101, 138, 146

Bartholomew (fl. 1329), 111 n,

Bartleet, W. G., 146, 158

Bartlet:
-, Ant., 189
-, Thos., 140

Barwis, Jackson, and his w., 71

Basildon U.D., 174

Basset, Fulk, bp. of Lond., 175

Bates:
-, P., 38
-, Thos. & Son, 41

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Burnel, R.

Batheleye, Ric. de, 33

baths, public, 44, 79, 81, 129

Batt:
-, Chris. (d. 1738), 15
-, Chris. (d. 1756), 15
-, Eliz., 15
-, Jn. Thos., 15
-, Wm., 15

Baudechon (Bauchon, Bauchun):
-, Jn., 111, 116
-, Marg., w. of Jn., 111

Bayeux, bp. of, see Odo

Bayley:
-, Ann, m. Ric. Reynolds, 34
-, (or Hill), Mrs. Eliz., 34
-, Wm., and his w. Mary, 120

Baynes, Jn., 10, 24

beacons, 174, 181

Beadle, Nat., 77, 84

Beale:
-, Joshua, 105
-, Steph., 105

Beam, riv., see Mardyke

Bearblock:
-, Jn., 20
-, Mildred, 49
-, fam., 32

Beard, R. W., 32

Beauchamp, Jn. de, and his w. Christine, 104

Beauvoir, Benyon de, see Benyon

Becontree, hund., 1, 4, 101

Bedell, Jn., 39

Bedford, Jn., 14

Bedfordshire, see Eaton Socon

bee-boles, 33

Beesley:
-, Jn., 71
-, Mary, see Frost

Behnes, Wm., 116

Belchier, Wm., 183

Belepe see Byllopp

Belgium, see Antwerp

Bell, Geo. M., 79

bell-founders, see Bartlet, A.; Bartlet, T.; Burford; Danyell; Darbie; Graye, M.; Hodson; Jordan, H.; Lester & Pack; Mears, C. & G.; Mears & Co.; Mears & Stainbank; Mot; Warner, J. & Sons; Waylet; Wightman; Wodewarde

Bellamy:
-, Ric., 133
-, Wm. and his w., 133
-, fam., 133

Belmeis:
-, Jn. de, and his w. Parnel, 175
-, Malcolm de, 175, 178
-, Maurice de, 175
-, Ric. de, bp. of Lond., 188

Belupp see Byllopp

Beme:
-, Beatrice de la, m. Thos. Gernet, 32
-, Osbert de la, 32

Benn:
-, Sir Jas. Wedgwood, Bt., 148
-, Wm. Wedgwood, vct. Stansgate, 148

Bennet:
-, Hen., earl of Arlington, 13
-, Isabella, m. 1 Hen. Fitzroy, duke of
-, Grafton, 2 Sir Thos. Hanmer,
-, Bt., 13
-, Jos., 43, 43 n

Bennett:
-, Blanch, see Strutt
-, Denner (d. 1741), 176
-, Denner (d. 1742), 176
-, Denner (d. 1779), 174, 176
-, Thos., 176
-, Wm., 177 n

Benson, Jn., rector of N. Ockendon, 115

Benyon:
-, Chas., 13
-, H.A., 115
-, Hen., 112
-, Jas., 116
-, (formerly Fellowes), Jas. H., 112
-, Ric. (d. 1774), 13, 68, 112
-, Ric. (d. 1796), 68–9, 110
-, (de Beauvoir), Ric. (d. 1854), 13, 68, 115–6, 119
-, (formerly Fellowes), Ric. (d. 1897), 105, 108–10, 112, 115, 118, 120, 123, 125, 166, 169
-, fam., 13, 112, 118–9

Berden:
-, Jn. de (fl. 1357), 105
-, Jn. (fl. 1431), 105

Bere, Ric. de la, 133

Berkeley:
-, Anne de, w. of Wm., earl of Nottingham, later marq. of Berkeley, m. 2 Sir Thos. Brandon, 65
-, Maurice de, Ld. Berkeley, 65
-, Rob., 166
-, Rose, see Willmott
-, Wm. de, earl of Nottingham, later marq. of Berkeley, 65

Berkshire, see Cookham; Englefield;
-, Hurley; Windsor

Berners:
-, Alice, see Bruyn,
-, Jn. (d. by 1471), 119
-, Jn. (d. by 1494), 119

Bernewell:
-, Sim., 66 n
-, Thos., 14

Bertie:
-, Montagu, earl of Lindsey, 11, 14
-, Rob., earl of Lindsey, 14
-, fam., 11, 13

Bethell, (Sir) Jn., (Bt.), later Ld.
-, Bethell, 82

Bethnal Green (Mdx., later Lond.) 187

Betterwear Products, 74

Betts, Lewis, 96

Biggs:
-, Jn., 178
-, Thos., and his w. Eliz., 178

Bigod:
-, Jn., 65
-, Rog. (d. 1221), earl of Norfolk, 64
-, Rog. (d. 1306), earl of Norfolk, 64

Billericay parl. constituency, 82

Billericay poor-law union, 178

Billericay, U. D., 174

Billingsley, Hen., 168

Bing, Geof., M.P., 152

Bird, Thos., 64, 78

Birdseye, Jonathan, 124

Birmingham, 156

Bishop's Stortford see Stortford

Bismere:
-, Geo., 184
-, Reynold, 184
-, Wm., 184
-, fam., 184

Black:
-, Adelaide, m. Alf. Douglas Hamilton, 68
-, Alex. and his w. Alice, 68
-, Anne, m. Wm. Neave, 68

Black Death, 18

Blackall, Offspring, rector of S. Ockendon, bp. of Exeter, 118, 123

Blackborne:
-, Levett, 133
-, Wm., 133

Blackburn, Wm., 33 n
-, his w., see Austen

Blackmore, Wm., 87

Blackmore (Fingrith), 99

Blackstone:
-, Ann, m. Jn. Curwen, 69
-, Jn., 69
-, Ric., 48
-, Mrs., 55, 97

Blakeley, Wm., 75

Blewitt:
-, Edw., 34
-, Wm., 135

Blood, Thos., 64

Blore, Edw., 85

Blount, Wm., Ld. Mountjoy, 131

boat-building, 135–6

Bohemia, Anne of, see Anne

Bohun:
-, Eleanor de, m. Thos. of Woodstock, duke of Gloucester, 118
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1361), 133
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1372), 118

Bollesworth (Derb.), 149

Bolyngton:
-, Joan de, see Jarpeville
-, Rob., and his w. Isabel, 131
-, Thos. de, 131

Bond, see Hopkins, Benj. Bond

Bonham:
-, Lt.-Gen. Pinson, 167
-, Sam., 167

Bonner, Edm., bp. of Lond., 115

Boreham, 76

Bosworth, Jos., 92

Bounstede, Wal. de, 16–17

Bourchier, Hen., earl of Essex, 66, 70;
-, his w. Isabel, 66

Bourne:
-, Cooke Kemp, 183
-, Hen. Cooke, 183, 189
-, Jn., 54–5, 183
-, Jn. Dupray, 189
-, Thos., 96

Bourne brook, see Ingrebourne

Bournemouth (Hants), 79

Bouverie:
-, Sir Edw. Des, 120
-, Sir Jacob Des, vct. Folkestone, 120
-, Wm., earl of Radnor, 120
-, Sir Wm. Des, Bt., 120

Bow (Mdx., later Lond.):
-, brewer, 76
-, Coopers' sch., 162
-, rly., 148

Bowle (Bowles), Jn., rector of Upminster, later bp. of Rochester, 157

Bowles (Bolles), brook, see Ravensbourne

Bowman, fam., 159

Boyce:
-, Mary Lacock, 163
-, Sarah, 163

Boyd:
-, Sarah, 109
-, Thos., 109

Brackenbury Fund, 171

Bradshaw:
-, Sam., rector of Upminster, 156
-, fam., 156

Brady:
-, Sir Antonio, 188 n
-, Nic., rector of Wennington, 181, 187–9

Braganza, Cath. of, see Catherine

Braintree, 186

Brandon:
-, Anne, see Berkeley
-, Chas., duke of Suffolk, 119 n
-, Eliz., see Bruyn
-, Sir Thos., 65
-, Sir Wm., 119 n

Branfill:
-, And., 151, 159
-, Ann Eliza, w. of Champion (d. 1844), 150–1, 159, 160, 162
-, Benj., 151
-, Champion (d. 1738), 159
-, Champion (d. 1770), 112
-, Champion (d. 1792), 153
-, Champion (d. 1844), 151
-, (later Russell), Champion (d. 1887), see Russell
-, Champion And., 151
-, Eliz., w. of Champion, m. 2
-, Matthew Howland Patrick, 153
-, Mary, m. Jn. Russell, 112
-, fam., 151

Brasenose College, Oxford, 110

Braund:
-, Benj., 145
-, Wm., 145

Bray:
-, Edm., Ld. Bray, 65
-, Edm. (d. by 1659), 70
-, Jos., 16–17
-, Martha, see Humble
-, Sir Reynold (fl. 1488), 65
-, Reynold (d. 1638), 70
-, fam., 156

Bredeford, Jn., 33

Brentwood, 7, 99, 100
-, Brentwood Sch., 178–9
-, educ., 146, 173
-, elec., 166
-, man., 101
-, nonconf., 124, 141, 160–1, 173
-, parl. rep., 82
-, Peasants' Revolt, 183 n
-, races, 174
-, rly., 60, 148, 165–6, 174
-, Rom. Cathm., 173
-, sewage, 28, 146
-, solicitor, 26
-, U.D.C., 163, 166, 174–7

Brethren, 51, 141, 160–1

Breton, fam., 32

Brett, J. D., 177

breweries, 26, 40–1, 72–3

Brewster:
-, Jn., 33
-, Marg., see Waldern

brick-making, 20, 40–1, 73, 106, 114, 136, 153, 177

Brickwood:
-, Eliz., 184
-, Nat., 184

Bridgeman, Chas., 10

Bright & Beardwell, 40

Bristow, Rob., 14–15

Britain, Battle of, 31

British Land Co., 32

British Oxygen Co., 136

British Steam Specialities Ltd., 74

Brock:
-, Hen., & Son (later Chas. T. Brock & Co.), 41
-, Jn. D., 41
-, Jn. R., 41

Bromley-by-Bow (Lond.), 129

Broodbank, Sir Jos., 31

Brotherton:
-, Marg. of, ctss. later dchss. of Norfolk, m. 1 Jn. Segrave, Ld. Segrave, 2 Wal. de Mauny, Ld. Mauny, 65
-, Thos. of, earl of Norfolk, 65

Brown:
-, Ant., 124, 141
-, Jas., 153
-, fam., wheelwrights, 74

Browne:
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1567), and his w., 37
-, Fran. Jn., 169
-, Mary, m. Jn. Evelyn, 167 n
-, Sir Ric., Bt., 166, 167 n
-, Sir Rob., 166–7
-, Thomasine, see Gonson

Bruce, Dr. Lewis, vicar of Rainham, 141

Brun, see Bruyn

Brundish:
-, Emme of, see Emme, w. of Baldwin s. of Wm.
-, Nic. of, 111

brushes, mfr. of, 74

Bruyn (Brun):
-, Alice le (fl. 1362), w. of Wm., m. 2 Sir Rob. Marney, 118–19
-, Alice (d. 1473), m. 1 Jn. Berners, 2 Rob. Harleston, 3 Sir Jn.
-, Heveningham, 119
-, Lady Eliz. (d. 1471), 119, 123 n
-, Eliz. (d. 1494), m. 1 Thos. Tyrell, 2 Sir Wm. Brandon, 119
-, Sir Hen., 119
-, Sir Ingram, 118–19, 123
-, Maud le, see Rochelle
-, Maurice le (d. 1355), later Ld. Bruyn, 118
-, Sir Maurice (d. 1466), 119
-, Thos., 119
-, Wm. le, 118

Bryan:
-, Guy (d. c. 1775), 120
-, Guy (d. 1783), 120
-, Guy (fl. 1803), 120
-, Jos., 120
-, Mary, 120

Bryant, Edw., 63

Buckingham, Wm., 32

Buckland:
-, Eliz., see Aubert
-, Dr. Fran. O., 120

Buckland (Som.), priory of, 130

Bulkeley, fam., 34

Bulphan, 71

Bulstrode, Mary, see Gonson

Bulwick (Northants.), 149

Burch:
-, Jn., 68, 85
-, Marg., w. of Jn., 68, 77, 98
-, Rebecca, m. —Hothersall, 68

Burford, Rob., 85

Burges, Marg., m. 1 Sir Jn. SmithBurges, Bt., 2 Jn. Poulett, earl Poulett, 15

Burgh, Hubert de, earl of Kent, 14

Burghley, Ld., see Cecil, W.

Burma, chief commissioner of, see Fytche

Burnel:
-, Phil., 175
-, Rob., bp. of Bath and Wells, 175

Burne-Jones, Sir Edw., 147

Burton-on-Trent (Staffs.), 73

Bury St. Edmund's (Suff.), 60

Busch, Wm. le, 30

Bust, Hen., rector of Wennington, 188–9

Butler:
-, Thos., 112
-, Dr., 170

Butt:
-, Audrey, 39
-, Edm., 39
-, Wm., 39

Button, H. & Co., 41

Buttsbury, Imphy Hall in, see Limpwella

Bylopp (Belepe, Belupp):
-, Ralph, 105
-, Thomasine, see Rand

Byrt, Kath. see Symond

Cade, Wm., 71

cages, 8, 138

Calais (France), 136

Caldecott:
-, Geo., 72
-, Sarah, see Wood

Caldwell:
-, R.H., 122
-, Mrs. W.S., 122
-, W. Somerville, 122

Calman, Pet., 183

Cambridge, see Pembroke Hall; Peterhouse; St. John's College

Camden Marine Steam Laundry, 186

Campbell:
-, Hugh, 26
-, Mr., 172

Campden, Lady, see Hicks

canals, 29, 69

candles, mfr. of, 73, 136

Canterbury, abp. of, 182; and see Chichele, H.

Canterbury Tales, 119

Cardell, Hen., rector of Gt. Warley, 171

Cardinal College, Oxford, 132, 138

Carew:
-, Anne, see Hervey
-, Edw., 70
-, Geo., 85
-, Jn., 70

Carlisle, Sam. H., 89–90, 161

Caröe, W. D., 86

Carpenter, Wm., 70

Carter:
-, A. J. T., 167
-, A. M., 160
-, Fred., 74
-, Jn., 74
-, Wm., 28

Carter's brook, 56; and see Paine's brook

Carteret:
-, Ann, m. Phil. Cavendish, 66
-, Bridget, 66
-, Edw., 66–7

Catherine (of Braganza), queen of Chas. II, 11, 13

Cauntelo, Wm. de, 149

Cavendish:
-, Ann, see Carteret
-, Adml. Phil., 66

Cawkwell, Thos., and his w., 176

Cawood, Hugh, and his w. Anne, 149

Cecil:
-, Jas. Gascoyne-, marq. of Salisbury, 171
-, Mildred, see Cooke
-, Rob., earl of Salisbury, 157
-, Wm., Ld. Burghley, 64, 68
-, fam., 37

Cely, Geo., 15

cement, mfr. of, 99

cemeteries, see Corbets Tey; Hornchurch; Rainham; Romford

Chadwell, 104, 104 n

Chadwell Heath, in Dagenham, 86, 88–90

Chafford, hund., 4, 25, 99–102, 100, 138, 144, 146, 153 n

chamberlain, Wm. the, see William

Chamberlayne, Thos., 11

Chambers:
-, Alicia D.,m.— Nicholls, 136
-, Sarah, see Dearsly
-, Susanna Dearsly, 136

Chambre, Agnes, see Cornburgh

Champneys, Basil, 24

Chantries, see Hornchurch; Rainham; Romford

Chapman, Wm., 71

Chappington:
-, Eleanor, w. of Hugh, m. 2 Luke King, 180
-, Hugh, 179–80

charcoal burning, 73

Charles I, 3, 11, 14, 60, 76

Charles II, 3, 11, 35, 85

Charnels:
-, Maud, see Garnet
-, Sir Thos., 182, 188

Charnock, Rob., 37

Cheale, And., 169

Cheeke:
-, Ann, m. Sir Thos. Tipping, Bt., 16, 25
-, Ann, w. of Edw., 16
-, Edw. (d. 1707), 16, 25
-, Edw. (d. 1713), 16
-, Rob., 16
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1659), 16
-, Thos. (d. 1688), 16
-, fam., 10, 16, 25

Chelmsford, bp. of, 49, 86–7, 108, 115, 179

Chelmsford, 171
-, coaches, 60
-, gaol, 6, 8
-, mkt., 186
-, nonconf., 88, 109, 173
-, rly., 166, 174
-, Shire hall, 6; and see Moulsham

Chelmsford, hund., 99, 100

Chelsea (Mdx., later Lond.), 103, 111, 115

chemicals, mfr. of, 135, 186

Cheshunt:
-, Alice, w. of Sir Wal. of, m. 2 Sir
-, Jn. de Staunton, 133
-, Menaud of, 133
-, Sir Wal. of, 133

Cheveley, fam., 184

Chevening (Kent), 65

Cheyne, fam., 156

Chichele:
-, Hen., bp. of St Davids., later abp. of Canterbury, 67, 82
-, Rob., 14, 67, 82, 84

Chichester, bp. of, see Grove, R.

Chigwell, Ric. de, 118

Childerditch, 100–2
-, ch., 171, 178–9
-, fms., 177
-, inc., 177
-, mans., 101–2
-, vicar, see Stonehouse
-, and see Thorndon park

Chingford, 68 n

Chishull, Wm. de, 183

Chisleden:
-, Geof., 33
-, Wm., 33

Chittenden, Edm., 11

cholera, 44

Christchurch priory (Hants), 175

Christmas, Pet., 66

Church Army, 49

Church Commissioners, 115, 172, 179

church-house, see Romford

Church Pastoral Aid Soc., 23

Churchill:
-, Chas. (d. 1758), vicar of Rainham, 139
-, Chas. (d. 1764), poet, 139, 142

Ciba-Geigy Ltd., 170

cinemas, 31, 64, 148

Circuit:
-, Jn., 135–6
-, Thos., 135

Civil War, 4, 11, 33, 62–3, 69, 101, 157

Clapton, Lower (Mdx., later Lond.), 120

Clare:
-, Gilb. of, 20
-, Mary, actress, 176
-, Thos. of, 20

Clare & Ross, 28

Clarke:
-, Eliz., m. Pet. Poulton, 168
-, Hamlet, 158
-, Thos., 54

Clay:
-, Sarah, 172
-, fam., 172

Clayhall Park Estates Ltd., 169

Clayton:
-, Revd. Geo., 150, 160
-, Revd. Jn., 150
-, Rebecca, w. of Revd. Geo., m. 2
-, Hen. Joslin, 150

Clerkenwell (Lond.), 97

Cleves, Anne of, see Anne

Cliff:
-, Hannah, w. of Jn., 119
-, Jn., 119–20, 122, 124, 126

Clinton:
-, Edw., earl of Lincoln, 175
-, Mary, see Tyrell
-, Thos., 175

clubs and societies, 31, 44, 63–4, 66, 103, 117, 126, 129, 148, 151, 153, 155–6

Clwyd, Ld., see Roberts, Sir J. H.

Coade stone, 113

Cock, Sir Rob., 15 his w. Penelope, see Cooke

Cockerel:
-, Gillian, see Weald
-, Rog., 66

Coggeshall abbey, 102, 175, 177

coin hoard, 13th-cent., 26

Cokefield, Jn. de, 32

Coker, Jn., 39

Colchester:
-, rly., 26, 148, 166, 174
-, road, 22, 28, 56, 60, 82
-, weavers, 154

Cole, Thos., 188

Colebrook, Jas., 71

Collett:
-, Hester, m. Sir Ant. Aucher, 34
-, Pet., 34
-, Sara, m. Sir Pet. Hayman, 34

Collier:
-, Edw., 75, 78
-, Pratt, 75
-, Steph., 75
-, fam., 75

Collier Row, in Romford, 10, 19, 22, 56, 73, 83
-, char., 96, 98
-, chs., 25, 86–7
-, cinema, 64
-, common, 21, 56
-, educ., 93–4
-, field names, 75
-, Gobions, 34, 60, 69
-, growth, 59
-, housing, 59, 81
-, Lawn Ho., 63, 75
-, library, 82
-, loc. govt., 76–7
-, mill, 75
-, nonconf., 89–91
-, par. officers, 77
-, pest ho., 77
-, pop., 57
-, pub. hos., 63
-, roads, 60
-, Rom. Cathm., 87, 94
-, Rom. rems., 56
-, water, 80

Collins & Green, 79

Colvern Ltd., 74

combs, mfr. of, 74

commons, 18–19, 21, 26, 42, 55–6, 60, 73, 83, 105–6, 169, 174, 179

Compton:
-, Hen., 35
-, Jn., 28, 35, 41, 45, 52
-, fam., 41

Comyns:
-, Wm., 38
-, fam., 38

Conaway:
-, Eliz., w. of Capt., 134
-, Kath., 134
-, Rob., 134

conduit house, 38

Congregationalists (Independents), 49–50, 85, 87–90, 93, 95–6, 109, 124, 157, 160–1, 183, 189

Connolly, H., 82

Conron:
-, Phil., 41
-, fam., 41

Cook, fam., blacksmiths, 74

Cooke:
-, Ann, m. Sir. Edw. Sydenham, 68
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1576), 15, 64, 68, 85, 96
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1604), 15, 38
-, Chas., 68
-, Sir Edw., 67
-, Hen., 183
-, Kath., m. Sir Hen. Killigrew, 64
-, Mildred, m. Wm. Cecil, Ld. Burghley, 64
-, Penelope, m. 1 Sir Rob. Cock 2 Sir Fran. Sydenham, 15
-, Sir Thos., 14, 38, 67–8
-, Vere, m. Sir Chas. Gawdy, 68, 68 n
-, Wm., and his w., 183
-, fam., 68, 183

Cookham (Berks.), vicar, see Aleyn, T.

Coope, Geo., 73

Copestake, fam., 156

Corbets Tey, in Upminster, 143
-, agric., 152
-, bus svces., 148
-, cemetery, 155
-, crematorium, 45, 147, 155–6
-, dom. bdgs., 143
-, Bramble Fm., 147
-, Harwood Hall, 145, 150
-, Harwood Hall La., cotts., 143–5
-, Heath Fm., 147
-, High Ho., 143, 163
-, Londons, 145, 147
-, Old Cott. (The George), 143
-, drainage, 155
-, educ., 163
-, fms.
-, Bramble, 147
-, Heath, 147
-, gravel-digging, 147
-, library, 156
-, nonconf., 161
-, pop., 147
-, postal svces., 148
-, pub. hos.:
-, Anchor, 147
-, George, 143, 147
-, Huntsman and Hounds, 145, 148
-, roads, 110, 145
-, Rom. villa, 126 n, 143

Corbin (Corbyn, Corvyn):
-, Jn., 143
-, Osbert, 143 n
-, fam., 143

cordwainer, Gervase the, see Gervase

cordwainer, Thos. the, see Thomas

Cornburgh:
-, Agnes, m. — Chambre, 33, 70
-, Avery, 33, 66, 70, 83–4

Cornhill (Lond.), 87

Cornwall see Truro

Cornwallis, Rob., 175

Corrie, Jn., 184

Corringham, detached part of Little Warley in, 100, 169, 174, 177

Corvyn see Corbin

Cosyn, Wm., and his w. Emme, 175

County of London Electric Supply Co., 44, 79

Courtenay, Rob. de, 40

Cove, Chas., 40

Cover, Jas., 124

Cowell, Jn., 173

Cowley:
-, Edm., 34
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Durnford, 34
-, Rob., and his w. Grace, 34

Coys:
-, Giles, 112
-, Rog., 112
-, Wm., botanist, 110, 112–3

Crafford:
-, Alice, w. of Thos., 34
-, Jn., 34, 70
-, Ric. (d. 1544), 34
-, Ric. (fl. 1572), and his w. Anne, 34
-, Thos., 34, 48

Cramavill:
-, Hen. de (d. by 1233), 133
-, Hen. de (d. 1269 or 1270), 133
-, Hen. de (fl. 1272), 133
-, Rog. de, 133
-, fam., 133

Cramphorne, Jn., 114

Crane:
-, Jas., 176
-, fam., 176

Cranham:
-, Meliora, dau. of Wm. of, 104
-, Wm. of, 104

Cranham, 27, 44, 99, 103–9, 111 n, 121–2
-, alms-hos., 109
-, boundaries, 103
-, brick-making, 106
-, char., 109
-, chs., 17, 107–8
-, commons, 105–6
-, Cranham Pk., 103, 108
-, dom. bdgs.:
-, Beredens, 106
-, Combe Lodge, 165
-, Cranham Hall, 105, 108–9
-, Cranham Lodge, 105
-, Crouch Ho., 161 n
-, Rect., 108
-, econ. hist., 106
-, educ., 109, 161–2, 179
-, fms., 103, 105–6, 113
-, fields, open, 106
-, gipsies, 103
-, Golden Crane pub. ho., 109
-, growth, 103
-, housing, 103
-, loc. govt., 106–7
-, mans., 104–6
-, Cranham, 101, 104, 106, 150
-, Beredens (Berdens), 105–6
-, Bishop's Ockendon (Cranham Hall), 104–7
-, mill, 106
-, nonconf., 109
-, Peace Soc., 103
-, poor-relief, 107, 154
-, pop., 103, 106
-, rlys., 103
-, rectors, 103, 107–9
-, rect., 104, 107, 109
-, roads, 103, 110, 145
-, Rom. Cathm., 108–9
-, war damage, 106
-, water, 103
-, woods, 104–6
-, wk. ho., 107

Cranham Brick and Tile Co., 106

Cranham Park, see Crondon Park

Crawford, Thos., 32

Crayford (Kent), 142

Creting:
-, Adam de, 64–5
-, Jn., de, 65
-, Nichola de, w. of Adam, 64

Croll, Alex., 63

Croly, Geo., 84

Cromwell:
-, Oliver, Ld. Protector, 66
-, Thos., earl of Essex, 15, 151, 176

Crondon (Cranham) Park, in Stock, 108

Cross, Jn., 173

Crosse:
-, Hector G. G. 131, 139
-, Hen. G. G. 131,
-, Sir Jn., Bt., and his w. Mary, 130
-, (formerly Godsalve), John, 130, 141
-, Jn., C. G., 131, 137
-, Jn., T. G. 131, 140
-, (formerly Day), Pet., 130
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 130
-, fam., 133

Crowe, Chris., 39

Crowest, Jn., and his w., 162

Cubitt, Messrs., builders, 17

Cuddon, Jas., 150

Cullynge, Jn., 17

Cunis, Wm., Ltd., 186

Cunningham, Ben, 152

Curtenay, Wm. and his w. Ada, 149

Curwen:
-, Ann, see Blackstone
-, Jn., 69
-, Wm., 69

Curzon, Sir Jn., 104 his w. Beatrice, see St. Leger

Cutts, Etheldred, m. Sir Gabriel Poyntz, 116

Dacre:
-, Geo., 65
-, Rob., 65

Dagenham:
-, Thos. of, 66
-, Wm. of, 66

Dagenham, 36
-, boundary, 3, 9, 25
-, bridges, 6 n, 29, 36
-, chantry, 84
-, char., 96–7
-, ch., 87
-, Cockermouth, 66 n
-, drainage, 80
-, educ., 93, 142
-, hosp., 81
-, ind., 121
-, marshes, 19, 42–3, 55
-, nonconf., 50, 88–90
-, poor-relief, 44
-, pop., 26
-, roads, 28, 56, 60, 126
-, sewage, 45
-, trade, 186
-, Wangey House, 36
-, and see Chadwell Heath; Marks

Dagnall, Chas., 41

dairies, 113

Daldy & Co., 136

Dale, Sam., 11

Dalmaine, Mr. (fl. 1846), 15

Danaher, Dr. E. H. T., 140

Daniel, fam., 32 n

Danvers:
-, Mark, 188
-, Wm., rector of Wennington, 188
-, Wriothesley, 142

Danyell, Jn., 108

Darbie, Jn., 85

Darcy:
-, Jn., 182
-, Marg., see Garnet

Dare:
-, Jn., 33
-, Jn. Hopkins, 134, 183
-, fam., 183; and see Hall-Dare

Darke & Sons, 73

Davenant, fam., 184

Davis (Davys):
-, Jn., 15
-, Jos., 88
-, Sam., 81

Davy:
-, Jn. (d. 1525), 112
-, Jn. (fl. 1533), 112
-, Nic., 112

Dawber, Sir E. Guy, 171

Dawson:
-, Edw., 161
-, Thos., 152
-, Wm., 35

Day (later Crosse), Pet., 130

Deakin, Sam., 87

Deane:
-, Jane, m. Drue Sparrow, 11 n
-, Ric., adml., 11

Deaner, Messrs., 169

Dearsly:
-, Sarah, m. 1 Jn. Harle, 2— Chambers, 136, 141
-, Mr. (fl. c. 1767), 141

Debenhams Ltd., 74

Delamare, Mrs., 15

Dendy:
-, Ric., 40
-, Wal., 40

Denis, Wm., 36

Denner:
-, Edw., 175
-, Eliz., m. Jn. Strutt, 175–6

Dennis, Chris., rector of Lt. Warley, 179

Derbyshire, see Bollesworth

Derham, Wm., rector of Upminster and canon of Windsor, 148, 156–7

Derwin, Jn., 14

Despaigne (or Southerey), Joan, 149

Dewes:
-, Alice, m. Wm. Latham (d. 1614), 149
-, Gerard, 149, 159
-, Paul, 149

Deyncourt:
-, Eliz. (d. c. 1455), 159
-, Ellen, m. Nic. Wayte, 149 n, 159
-, Sir Jn., 149
-, Ric., 149 and n
-, Rob., 149 n
-, Rog., 149
-, Thos., 149
-, fam., 47

Diaper, Jonathan, 40
-, his dau., m. Chas. Frost, 40

Disney:
-, Thos., 166–7
-, his w. Ursula, see Peterson

disorder, 63, 111, 114, 155, 176, 183; and see Barnet; Barons' War; Civil War; Peasants' Revolt; Pilgrimage of Grace; plot, 'Popish'; riots; Towton

District (underground) Rly., 148

Dixon, Phil., 109

Dockerell, Alf., 73

Docwra, Jn., 157 n

Dod, Rob., 49

Dogmersfield (Hants), 37

Doncastle, Jn., 183

Donne:
-, Constance, m. Sam. Harvey, 36 n
-, Jn., poet, 36 n

Dorset, marq. of, see Grey, T.

Dorset, see Frampton; Gillingham; Parkstone

Doryval (or Alwy), fam., 29

D'ou (Doo):
-, Wm., 118
-, fam., 118

Douai, Wal. of, 129, 134, 148–9

dovecots, 113

Dover:
-, Agnes of, w. of Ric., m. 2 Ric. of Sutton, 33
-, Alice of, see Passelewe
-, Jn. of (d. c. 1299), 33, 70
-, Jn. of (d. 1334), 33
-, Phil. of, 33, 48
-, Ric. of (d. by 1254), 33, 70
-, Ric. of (fl. 1335), 33

Dover (Kent), 133

Dowsett, Thos., 51

Dowsing & Davis, 147

Drake:
-, Fran., 108
-, Susannah, see Wright draper, John s. of Reynold the, see John

Draper:
-, Jonathan, 50
-, Saunders, 53 n

Drury, Edw., 140

Dryland, Ric., and Joan his w., 36

Drywood:
-, Anne, see Ellis
-, Geo., rector of S. Ockendon, 123
-, Humph., 48
-, Thos., 48, 168
-, Wm., 48, 168

ducking stools, 8, 122, 153

Dudley, Rob., earl of Leicester, 166, 171

Dudley and Ward, Ld., see Ward, E.

Duke, Thos., vicar of Hornchurch, 47

Dun, Wm., 17 and n, 71

Durham, co., see Shields, South

Durnford:
-, Eliz., see Cowley
-, Thos. (fl. 1741), 34
-, Thos. (fl. 1797), 34

Durolitum, Roman town (? Romford), 56

Eaglen, Rob., 141, 160

Earl's Court (Lond.), rly., 148

East India Company, 172–3, 177

Eastern Counties Rly., 29, 35, 59–60, 71–3, 93, 148, 165–6, 174

Eastern electricity board, 79

Easthorpe, Reuben, rector of Upminister, 157

Eaton Socon (Beds.), 104

Edisbury, Jn., 76

Edward the Confessor, saint and King, 9, 11, 22, 47, 82, 85

Edward I, 20, 65–6, 137

Edward II, 130, 182, 188

Edward III, 10, 118, 133, 148

Edward IV, 1, 3, 66, 68, 70

Edward VI, 17, 64, 68

Edward, duke of York (d. 1415), 118

Edwards, Fran., 81

Elborough, Jn., rector of Wennington, 188

Eleanor (of Provence), queen of Hen. III, 11, 20, 22–3

electricity, 44, 79, 155, 166

Elizabeth I, 3–4, 15–16, 68, 110

Elizabeth II, 69

Elizabeth (of York), queen of Hen. VII, 118

Elkin, Jn., 142

Ellingworth, Chas., 63

Ellis, Gillian dau. of, see Gillian

Ellis:
-, Anne, ? m. Thos. Drywood, 168
-, Chas. Heaton, 15, 23
-, Fordham, 73
-, Hugh, 168
-, Jas., 11, 13, 19
-, Joan, see Godeston
-, Jos. Fordham, 73
-, Thos., 89
-, Wm. (d. 1544), 168
-, Wm. (d. c. 1616), 97
-, and see Williams-Ellis

Elms (de Ulmis):
-, Reynold, 14
-, Ric., 32, 36–7
-, Ric., s. of Reynold, 14
-, Rob. at, 130
-, Wm., 37
-, fam., 37

Elsden, Ann, 77, 97

Elton:
-, Alice, see Godeston
-, Ant., 168
-, Chas., 168
-, Jn. (d. 1548), 168
-, Jn. (d. 1550), 168

Elyne (Heleyne), fam., 176

Emes, Ric., 14, 68, 75

Emme, w. of Baldwin s. of Wm., m. 2 Nic. of Brundish, 111

Engaine (Engayne):
-, Eliz., m. Sir Laur. Pabenham, 156
-, Hen., 149
-, Jn. (d. 1297), 149
-, Jn., Ld. Engaine, 149
-, Thos., Ld. Engaine, 156
-, Viel, 149, 156
-, fam., 109 n

engineering, 41, 73–4

England, Thos., 45, 50, 59, 71, 81, 89 his w., Mrs. E. S., 71

Englefield (Berks.), 105, 112 n

English, Sir Jn., 165

entertainment and recreation, see cinemas; clubs and societies; sport; theatres

Enveyse, see Vaizey

epidemics, see Black Death; cholera

Epping:
-, Copped Hall, 37, 176
-, hidage, 17 n
-, rly., 57

Erith (Kent), ferries, 136–7, 181

Escoland, see Scoland

Esdaile:
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1793), ld. mayor of Lond., 132, 145–6, 148–51, 158
-, Jas. (d. 1812), 159
-, Jas. (fl. 1817), 149, 158
-, Mary, see Mayor
-, Pet., 149
-, fam., 145, 159

Essex, Swein of, see Swein

Essex, adcn. of, 4, 46

Essex, earls of, see Bohun; Bourchier; Cromwell; Mandeville

Essex, county of, 4, 6–7, 101
-, bridges, 60, 126, 128, 146
-, educ., 15–16, 25, 51–2, 91, 109, 113, 116, 125, 142, 147, 179
-, estates, 13, 32, 151–3, 169, 176
-, forest, 11, 18, 20–1
-, gaol, 6
-, libraries, 45, 151, 181
-, poor relief, 81
-, sheriff, 3, 6, 75

Essex Baptist Assoc, 50

Essex Congregational Union, 90, 124

Essex Regiment, 48, 177

Essex Rivers (catchment) board, 137

Essex Union Hunt, 113

Essex Water Co., 80

Estotland, see Scoland

Eton:
-, Isobel, dau. of Jn., 175
-, Jn., 175

Ettrick, fam., 184

Evans, Edw. F., rector of N. Ockendon, 116

Eve:
-, Hen., rector of S. Ockendon, 123–4
-, fam., 113

Evelyn:
-, Jn., diarist, 166–7
-, Mary, see Browne

Evered, Jn., and Jane his w., 38

Exeter, bps. of, see Blackall; Gauden

Eyles, Sir Jn., Bt., 13,68

Eyles-Stiles, Sir Fran., Bt., 13, 68

Fabian, Jn., rector of Gt. Warley, 171

fairs, see Havering-atte-Bower; Havering-atte-Bower, liberty; Ockendon, South; Rainham; Romford

Fanshawe:
-, Jn., and his w. Mary, 36
-, Thos., 36

Fardell:
-, Avis I., w. of K. M., 167, 176
-, Geo. W., 167
-, K. M., 176

Farnes, Kenneth, cricketer, 34

Faulkner, Ric., chaplain of Havering, 24

Fawkener, Wm., 37

Feering, man., 111

Fellowes, Jas. H. and Ric., see Benyon

Fellowship of Independent Churches, 50

Felsted, Wm. of, 70

Felsted, 159

Fen, Rog. atte, 185

Fenick (Fenyx), Jn., 163

Fenrother:
-, Gillian, m. Nic. Tycheborne (fl. 1536), 65
-, Rob., and his w. Gillian, 65

Fenton, Thomasine, see Gonson

Fenyx see Fenick

Fermor, Cath., 48

Ferre, Guy, 133

fertilizers, mfr. of, 136, 186

Field:
-, J. C. and J., Ltd., 136
-, Mic., 16, 25
-, Rob., 16–17

field names, 17–20, 31, 36–7, 39–40, 42, 48–9, 54, 73, 75, 82, 96–7, 106, 112 n, 114, 121, 135, 140–1, 169, 177, 187

fields, open, 18, 106, 169

Finch:
-, the Hon. Geo., 130, 139
-, Jn., 82 n
-, Wm., 130

Finchingfield, 32

Fingrith, see Blackmore

Finley, Jas., and his w. Maria, 91

fires, see Havering-atte-Bower; Hornchurch; Rainham; Upminster; Wennington

fireworks, mfr. of, 41

Fisher:
-, Cecil, 35
-, Jn., 176
-, Martha, see Hoddesdon
-, Ric., 34
-, Wm., 34

Fitz Lewis:
-, (John or FitzJohn), Edm., 104
-, Ele, m. Jn. Mordaunt, Ld. Mordaunt, 105
-, Jane, w. of Sir Ric., m. 2 Sir Jn. Norton, 104–5
-, Jn. (d. c. 1525), 105
-, (John or FitzJohn), Sir Lewis (d. 1471), 104, 168
-, Sir Ric., 104–5

Fitzroy, Isabella, see Bennet

Fitz Urse:
-, Maud, 149
-, Reynold, 149
-, Ric., 149

Flaxman, Jn., 48

Fleet, Wm. of, 104

Fleming, Wm. the, see William

Fleming:
-, Anne, see Gonson
-, Edm., 134
-, Giles, 134, 167, 172
-, Jn., 134, 167
-, Ursula, m. Art. Ashenhurst, 166–7

Flitcroft, Hen., 10

floods, see Havering-atte-Bower; Hornchurch; Rainham; Romford; Upminster; Wennington

Foliot, Gilb., bp. of London, 138

Folkestone, vct., see Bouverie

Fontaine:
-, Mrs. Eliz. de la, 34
-, Sir Erasmus de la, 34

food and drink, mfr. of, 41, 73–4, 186

Ford, Sam., 88

Ford Motor Co., 1, 10, 32, 41–2, 99, 121, 174–5, 177

Fordham, Edgar, 152

Forest Gate, in West Ham:
-, nonconf., 50
-, rly., 181

Forster, Jn., 170

Fort St. George (Madras, India), 68, 112

Foster, R. C., 86

foundries, 26, 40, 74, 136

Fowle, Thos., 141

Fowler:
-, Jas. G., 69
-, Jn., 37
-, Mary, 39
-, Thos., and his w. Anne, 39
-, fam., 39 n

Fox, Geo., Quaker, 87

Frampton (Dors.), 169

France, Isabel of, see Isabel, queen of Edw. II; Isabel, queen of Ric. II

France:
-, Battle of, 31
-, British prisoners, 138
-, war with, 63
-, and see Calais; Sept Meules

Francis, Sam., 167, 169

Frebert, thegn (fl. 1066), 118

Freeman:
-, Anne, 76
-, Ralph (d. 1665), 130
-, Ralph (d. 1714), 130
-, Ralph (d. 1742), 130
-, Wm., 130

Fresh Meat Preserving Co., 186

Freshwater, Thos., 163

Fresshe, Jn., 33

Friends, Society of, 87, 160

Fries, Eliz., 160, 163

Frith:
-, Geo., 140
-, Kathleen, w. of Geo., m. 2 Rob.
-, Holden, 140
-, Thos., 139, 142, 157, 163

Frizzell, Harry, 160

Froissart, Jean, historian, 65

Frost:
-, Chas., 40; his w., see Diaper
-, Mark, 76
-, Mary, m. Jn. Beesley, 71
-, Bros., 40–1

Fry:
-, Eliz., prison reformer, 30
-, Jas., 40
-, Jos., 30

Fulke, Wm., rector of Gt. Warley, 166, 171

Fuller:
-, Dowse, 168
-, Fran., 65, 67
-, Jn., lecturer at Upminster, 157
-, Jn., vicar of Stebbing, 157 n
-, Nic., M.P. (d. 1620), 168
-, Sir Nic. (d. 1621), 168

Fyfield, Jn. of, and his w. Idony, 175

Fyfield, 11

Fytche, Maj.-Gen. Alb., 16

Gabbott, Hen., 142

Gainsborough, earl of, see Noel, E.

Gale:
-, W. & G., 73
-, Wm., 73

gallows, 3, 8, 106, 114, 122, 137

Gandon, Jas., 167

gaols, 2, 7–8, 76

gardens, 16–17, 29, 33, 44, 60, 69, 110, 113, 150, 165, 167–8, 177; and see market-gardens

Garland, Augustine, 31

Garnet:
-, Hen., and his w., 182
-, Marg., 182
-, Margery, m. 1 Jn. Darcy, 2 Jn. Sawtre, 3 Sir Jn. Gildesborough, 182, 189
-, Maud, m. Sir Thos. Charnels, 182
-, Wm., 16

gas, 44, 79, 155, 166

Gascoyne-Cecil see Cecil

Gate (Gates), Sir Jn., 15–16

Gauden, Jn., bp. of Exeter, and his w. Eliz., 13

Gaunt, Jn. of, duke of Lancaster, 149

Gaveston, Amy, 67

Gawdy:
-, Sir Chas., 68
-, Vere, see Cooke

Gay, Isaac, 152

gazebo, 30

Geach, Jos., 141

Geddesduna (Ingeddesdoune, ? Englands in Little Warley), 99, 176 n

Geigy S. A., J. R., 170

Geldart, Revd. Ernest, 140, 189

General Construction & Engineering Co., 136n

Geoffrey son of Robert, 17

George II, 7, 60

George III, 7, 13, 65, 171, 177

George IV, 9, 76

George, Wm., 63

Georgia (U.S.A.), 103, 105

Germany:
-, prisoners from, in First World War, 120
-, and see Ludwigshafen

Gernet:
-, Beatrice, see Beme
-, Geof., 33
-, Rog., 149
-, Thos., 32

Gernon, Rob., 129–30, 182–3

Gervase the cordwainer, 40 n

Gibb, Wm. E., 16

Gibson:
-, Geo., 176
-, Jn., 69
-, Thos., 69
-, Mrs., 176

Gidea Hall (Gidiehulle),—, dau. of Sim., 67

Gidea Park (formerly Hare Street), in Romford, 56–7, 59, 62, 64, 67, 76–7, 87, 161
-, chs., 86
-, dom. bdgs., 59, 62
-, Gidea Hall, 59, 65, 68–9
-, Hare Hall, 62, 128
-, Repton Cott., 64
-, educ., 94
-, garden suburb, 1, 59, 69, 161
-, inds., 74, 112
-, library, 82
-, nonconf., 50
-, pub. hos., 63
-, rly., 59, 60
-, riv., 26, 56
-, Rom. Cathm., 87
-, sport, 64

Gidea Park Ltd., 59

Gilbert, Wm., and Denise his w., 33

Gildesborough:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Jn., 182
-, Sir Jn., 182–3, 189
-, Margery, see Garnet

Gill:
-, Wm., 71
-, fam., 71

Gillian, dau, of Ellis, m. Wm. of Mardyke, 36

Gilliat, H. A., 150

Gillingham (Dors.), 184

Gilmyn, Ric., and his w. Alice, 175

gipsies, 103, 132, 138

Gladding, Jn., 10

Glantham, Thos., 175

glass, stained, 9, 47, 84–5, 115–6, 158, 172

Gloucester, ctss. of, see Bohun, E.

Gloucester, dukes of, see Humphrey; Richard; Woodstock

Gloucestershire, 17 and see Tockington

Gobion:
-, Jn., 35, 69
-, Ric., 69
-, fam., 34

Godden, Abraham, 78

Godeston:
-, Alice, m. Jn. Elton (d. 1548), 168
-, Ann, see Payn
-, Eliz., 168
-, Joan, m. Hugh Ellis, 168
-, Jn. (fl. 1406), 168
-, Jn. (d. 1498), 133, 168
-, Marg., m. Ralph Holinshed, 168
-, Millicent, 168
-, Rob., 168
-, Wm., 168

Godric (fl. 1066), 168

Godsalve (later Crosse), Jn., 130, 141

Godwine (fl. c. 1040), 166

Gogney, Wm., 49, 55

Golders Green (Lond.), 95

Gonson:
-, Anne, m. — Fleming, 166
-, Benj., Treasurer of the Navy (d. 1577), 166
-, Benj., (d. 1600), 166, 170–1
-, Bennett, w. of Wm., 166
-, Bennett, m. Thos. Wallenger, 166, 171
-, Mary, w. of Benj., m. 2 Sir Wm. Bulstrode, 166
-, Thomasine, m. 1 Edw. Fenton, 2 Chris. Browne, 166
-, Ursula, m. Rob. Peterson, 166
-, Wm., Treasurer of the Navy, 166

Goodere:
-, Jn. (d. c. 1696), 120
-, Jn. (d. 1756), 120
-, Philippa, see Saltonstall
-, fam., 120

Goodwin, Pet., 89

Gore, Art., earl of Arran, 178; his w. Mary, see Tyrell

Gould:
-, Jn., 34
-, fam., 34

Gouldman, Fran., rector of S. Ockendon, 122–3

Goushill:
-, Eliz., see Mowbray
-, Sir Rob., 65

Grace, W. G., cricketer, 148

Grafton, dchss. of, see Bennet, I.

Grant:
-, Ant., adcn. of St. Albans, vicar of Romford, 64, 78, 83–4
-, Lt.-Gen. Sir Colquhoun, 169
-, Maria Marcia, m. Ric. Brinsley Sheridan, (fl. 1834), 169

Grave:
-, Revd. Jos. (d. 1719 or 1720), 146, 149
-, Jos. (fl. 1722), 149
-, Pet. and his w. Jane, 149

gravel-digging, 28, 36, 113, 121, 126, 135–6, 147, 153, 186

Gravesend:
-, Ric. of, bp. of Lond., 175, 178
-, Sir Steph. of, 178
-, Steph. of, bp. of Lond., 178
-, Thos. of, 175

Gravesend (Kent), 128, 136–7

Gray (Graye):
-, Caroline B., 120
-, Hannah, 90
-, Jos., 109
-, Leslie, W. 89
-, Miles, 85, 116
-, Mrs., 167

Gray's Inn (Mdx., later Lond.), 35, 134, 167

Grays Thurrock, see Thurrock

Great Eastern Rly., 26, 29, 59–60, 112

Greater London Council, 42, 45, 81, 106, 113, 117

Green:
-, Sam., 121
-, Thos., 75

Green Belt, metropolitan, 1, 9, 13, 16, 20, 59, 103, 129, 167–8, 180

Greenwood, Mrs., 77

Gregory:
-, Dan., 131
-, Jn., 131
-, Ric., 131

Grey:
-, Hen. (d. 1554), duke of Suffolk, 16
-, Hen. (d. 1614), Ld. Grey of Groby, 16
-, Hen. (d. 1673), earl of Stamford, 16
-, Lady Jane, 16
-, Ld. Jn., 16
-, Rob. de, and his w. Joan, 130
-, Thos., marq. of Dorset, 16–17
-, fam., 10

Griggs:
-, Sir Pet., 147
-, W. P., & Co., 147, 151

Grocers' Company (Lond.), 66

Grosvenor, Jn., 35

Grove:
-, Jn., 11
-, Rob., bp. of Chichester, 182
-, fam., 167

Guert (fl. 1066), 175

Guest Keen and Nettlefolds, 121

Guild of All Souls, 122

guilds, see Hornchurch; Romford; Upminster

Gunary:
-, G., 112
-, S., 183
-, Sam., & Sons, 186
-, fam., 183

Gundrey:
-, Jn., and his w. Mary, 168
-, Thos. (d. 1669), 168
-, Thos. (d. 1724), 168
-, Thos. (d. 1745), 168
-, Thos. (d. 1805), 169

Gunn, Wm., 75

Gurney:
-, Hen., E. 120
-, Sam. (d. 1856), 105, 120, 124
-, Sam. (d. 1882), 105, 120 n

Haberdashers' Company (Lond.), 96

Habershon & Pite, 189

Hackford, Baldwin of, 40

Hackney (Mdx., later Lond.), 43

Hacton, in Upminster, 143
-, bridge, 143, 146
-, drainage, 155
-, nonconf., 161
-, pub. hos.:
-, Cock, 145
-, White Hart, 147

Hadleigh, 176

Haghebern (fl. 1086), 129, 132

Hainault, Philippa of, see Philippa

Hainault forest, 9, 21

Hale:
-, Bernard, 112
-, Dionis, m. Sir Thos. Williamson, 112

Hales:
-, Edw., 71
-, Marcellin, 71–2
-, Thos., 71
-, fam., 71 n

Halke:
-, Jn., rector of Upminster, 156–7, 159
-, Mic., rector of Upminster, 156–7
-, Wm., 156
-, fam., 156

Hall:
-, Collinson, 11, 13, 19–20, 25
-, Dennis Clarke, 125
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1746), 69
-, Phil. (fl. 1764), 69

Hall-Dare, fam., 33, 38, 134

Hallam, R. W., 31

Halstead, 84

Halt, Chas., 173

Halughton:
-, Joan de, 104
-, Marg. de, 104
-, Margery de, w. of Sir Nic., m. 2 Sir Rog. de Northwode, 104
-, Sir Nic. de, 104

Ham, East, 135, 141; and see Manor Park

Ham, West, 45, 105, 120–1, 124
-, ch., 23
-, colony at S. Ockendon, 118, 120
-, smallholders, 129
-, and see Forest Gate; Plaistow;
-, Stratford; Stratford Langthorne

Hamilton:
-, Adelaide, see Black
-, Alf. Douglas, 38, 68

Hamme:
-, Jn., 70
-, Ric., 70

Hammond:
-, Rob., 39
-, Sam., 145, 162
-, Lt.-Gen. Thos., 11

Hampshire, see Bournemouth; Christchurch priory; Dogmersfield; Portsmouth; Warnborough, South

Hampstead Garden Suburb Co., 59

Hance:
-, Emma, 106 n
-, Hen. J., 106

Hanmer:
-, Anne, w. of David, m. 2 Jn. Tyrell, 179
-, David, 179
-, Isabella, Lady, see Bennet
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 13

Hansler, Jacob, 179 n

Hanworth (Mdx., later Lond.), 66

Harden, Jn., and his w. Mary, 154

Harding, Ric., see Newman, Ric. Harding

Hare Street, in Romford, see Gidea Park

Harle:
-, Capt. Jn. (d. 1742), 128, 135–6
-, Jn. (d. 1770), 128, 136, 141
-, Sarah, see Dearsly

Harleston:
-, Alice, see Bruyn
-, Ann, m. Gilb. Tyrell, 119 n
-, Sir Clement, 119
-, Jn. (d. c. 1496), 119
-, Jn. (d. 1569), 119
-, Jn. (d. 1624), and his w. Jane, 119– 20
-, Jn. (fl. 1624), 120
-, Rob. (d. 1471), 119
-, Rob. (d. 1571), 119
-, Thos. (d. 1573), 119
-, Thos. (fl. 1624), 120

Harmer, Jas., 150–1

Harold Godwinson, later King, 9, 11, 111, 151

Harold Hill (formerly Harold Wood), in Romford, 21, 26, 57, 61, 66, 69–70, 83, 176
-, airfield, 60
-, baths, 81
-, char., 97
-, chs., 49, 86–7
-, common, 19, 73, 83
-, dom. bdgs., 63
-, Cockerels (Dagnam Pk. Fm.), 60, 67
-, Dagenhams (Dagnams, Dagnam Pk.), 1, 60, 67, 96
-, Gooshayes, 60, 70, 87
-, Harold Wood Hall, 63, 88, 90, 95
-, New Hall (Morris Dancer), 62
-, Red Ho., 63
-, Tilekiln, 83, 96
-, educ., 93–5
-, G.L.C. housing estate, 56, 59–60, 70, 79, 81, 92
-, inc., 73
-, inds., 74
-, library, 82
-, Maylands fm., 60
-, nonconf., 87–91
-, par. officers, 77
-, pks., 60
-, pub. ho., 62
-, riv., 26
-, roads, 70
-, Rom. Cathm., 87

Harold Wood, in Hornchurch, 34–5, 38, 55, 61
-, brick-making, 41
-, ch., 49, 87
-, dom. bdgs., 28–9, 35, 45, 129
-, drainage, 44
-, educ., 52–3
-, elec., 44
-, growth, 26, 28
-, hosp., 35, 45
-, inds., 41
-, King Harold pub. ho., 26, 129
-, lake, 41
-, library, 45
-, nonconf., 50–1, 87, 89
-, rly., 26, 35, 148
-, riv., 26
-, and see Harold Hill

Harold Wood Estate Co., 26

Harris:
-, Jack C. 176,
-, Mr. (fl. 1728), Lond. merchant, 167
-, Mrs.(dau. of Ant. Wallenger), 167

Harrison, Wm., 35

Harrow-on-the-Hill (Mdx., later Lond.), 133

Harsnett, Adam, rector of Cranham, 103

Hart:
-, Boniface de, canon of Aosta, 48
-, Jn., 167

Hartley, Bernard, 49

Harvey:
-, Constance, see Donne
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1583), ld. mayor of Lond., 36
-, Jas. (d. 1627), 36
-, Jn. (of Dagenham), 36
-, Jn. (of Lincoln's Inn), 36
-, Sam., 36
-, Sir Sebastian, ld. mayor of Lond., 36
-, Wm., discoverer of blood circulation, 156

Harwich, 60

Hasyll, Thos. and Kath. his w., 70

Haule:
-, Gillian de la, see Bampton
-, Warin de la, 130, 138

Havering:
-, Sir Jn. of, 67, 149
-, Lora of, w. of Sir Jn., m. 2 Wm.
-, Morewood, 149
-, Ric. of (fl. 1246), and his w. Lucy, 38
-, Ric. of (fl. 1260), 32
-, Sir Ric. of (fl. 1380), 38
-, Rob. of (d. by 1373), 67, 149
-, Rob. Wm. of (fl. c. 1332), 67
-, Sim. of, 149, 156
-, Wm. of, 38

Havering and District Assoc. for Protection of Property and Prosecution of Felons, 63–4

Havering, London boro. of, 1, 9, 25, 56, 80, 103, 110, 126, 143, 180
-, char., 54
-, civic arms, 79
-, educ., 25, 53, 92, 94, 109, 142
-, health centre, 63
-, housing, 81
-, libraries, 45, 82
-, loc. govt., 44, 79
-, parl. rep., 155
-, property and repairs, 8, 47, 113, 146, 153
-, sport, 33, 71, 79, 81
-, theatre, 31

Havering-atte-Bower, 1, 9–25, 61, 83, 164
-, agric., 17–20
-, barn, 17
-, Beryland, 18
-, boundaries, 9, 20
-, brick-making, 20
-, chaplains and vicars, 22–4
-, chars., 25
-, chs., 14, 16–17, 17, 22–5, 49
-, commons, 10, 18–19, 21
-, dom. bdgs., 9, 18
-, Bedfords, 15
-, Bellevue, 10
-, Blue Boar Hall, 10
-, Bower (Manor) Fm., 13–14
-, Bower Ho., 1, 10, 13–15, 16, 24
-, Brickhills Fm., 15
-, Earls (Upper Bedfords), 10, 15
-, Elizabeth Row (Abraham's Place, Jew's Row), 10
-, Fairlight, 10
-, The Green, 10
-, The Hall, 10
-, Havering Court (Rose Court, Cromwell Ho.), 10, 59
-, Havering Grange, 15, 16, 24
-, Havering Ho., 9–11, 13–14, 24, 26
-, Havering Park (Clock Ho.), 9–10, 14
-, Havering Park (Lower) Fm., 10, 14
-, Home Fm., 17
-, Ivy Holt, 10
-, Pyrgo, 9–10, 16–17
-, Pyrgo Fm., 17
-, Pyrgo Pk., 16, 16–17, 25
-, Rose Cott., 10
-, Round Ho., 10, 49
-, Vic., 10, 23
-, econ. hist., 17–20
-, educ., 16, 25, 91–2
-, fair, 20
-, fms., 10–11, 13, 16, 18, 19–20
-, Asheton, 16
-, Bower, 13, 19–20
-, Earls, 18
-, Fairlight, 13
-, Hainault Lodge, 13
-, Havering (Lower) Park, 13, 19
-, Havering Little Park, 13
-, Standish, 16
-, field names, 17–20
-, fields, open, 18
-, fire, 15
-, floods, 19
-, forest, 19–21
-, Havering Green, 8, 10, 19, 22–6
-, Havering pk., 10, 18–21, 46
-, hop-growing, 20–1
-, inc., 6, 9, 19, 21
-, inds., 20
-, legends, 9
-, loc. govt., 5, 21–2
-, mans. and other estates, 11–17
-, Beaurepeir, 14
-, Bedfords, 3, 9–10, 14–15, 23, 67
-, Bower Ho., 9
-, Cely's (Parkers, Brickhills, Havering Grange), 11, 15–16
-, Earls (Nearles), 11, 14, 15, 18
-, Garnetts, 16
-, Havering, 1–9, 13–14, 16–18, 20– 1, 23, 31, 64, 66, 70
-, Newbury (Reyns), 10–11, 16–17, 72
-, Pyrgo (Portegore), 9–11, 16, 17, 25, 32
-, mill, 18
-, nonconf., 25
-, pks., 9, 11, 14, 16, 19, 21
-, ponds and springs, 9
-, poor-relief, 22, 44
-, pop., 9
-, pub. hos.:
-, Blue Boar, 10
-, Orange Tree, 10
-, Royal Oak, 10
-, roads, 9–10, 17, 22, 60
-, Rom. rems., 9
-, stocks and whipping post, 8, 10
-, streams, 9
-, war damage, 24
-, water tower, 10
-, worthies, 10–11

Havering-atte-Bower, liberty, 1–8, 2, 12, 99, 101, 146
-, bridges, 6
-, court ho., 2, 7–8, 63, 76, 78–9, 92
-, courts, 1–7, 77
-, customs, 1, 3
-, fair, 3–4
-, gaol, 2, 7–8, 76
-, hosp., 3
-, inc., 6
-, officers, 2–7, 11, 13, 16, 70
-, roads, 6
-, seal, 3–4
-, wards, 9

Haveringsheth, riv., see Ingrebourne

Hawkesley, Jas. W., 15

Haws, Thos., 78

Haya, Thos. de, 104

Hayman, Sir Pet., 34 his w. Sara, see Collett

Headley, Ld., see Winn

Heard:
-, Jn., 132, 184, 189
-, Ric. (d. 1578), 132, 184
-, Ric. (fl. 1598), 132
-, Wm. (fl. 1566), 132
-, Wm. (d. by 1593), 142, 184, 189
-, Wm. (fl. 1848), 63

Hearn fam., 74

Heath, Steph., 156

Heaton, Jn., 9–10, 15, 19, 23–4, 63, 73

Heighway, Ric., 69

Helen, Saint, 115 n

Heleyne (Eleyne), fam., 176

Hembry, C. B. T., 71

Hempleman:
-, fam., 180
-, & Co., 136

Henderson, P. C., Ltd., 74

Henrietta Maria, queen of Chas. I, 11, 68

Henry I, 133

Henry II, 11, 26, 31–2, 46, 82, 101, 130, 132, 138

Henry III, 11, 14, 19–20, 33, 38, 75, 82, 101–2, 149

Henry IV, 84

Henry V, 33, 118

Henry VII, 3, 65

Henry VIII, 3, 9, 11, 16–17, 47, 66, 111 n, 132, 139, 151, 176, 183

Henry son of Wlvred, 111

Herbert, Edw., rector of N. Ockendon and Cranham, 107, 115

Herde:
-, Ric., 37
-, Thos., and his w. Eliz., 37

Hereford, earls of, see Bohun

Hertfordshire, see Sawbridgeworth; Stortford, Bishop's

Hervey:
-, Anne, m. Geo. Carew, 85
-, (or Mildmay), Carew, 11, 77, 85
-, Sir Geo., 85

Heseltine:
-, Arnold, 172
-, Emily H. (Minnie), w. of Evelyn, 166
-, Evelyn, 165, 171–2
-, Muriel E., m. Cecil Hen. de Rougemont, 106, 166

Heveningham:
-, Alice, see Bruyn
-, Sir Jn., 119

Hewson, Wm., 15

Heyle:
-, Cecily, see Setfountayns
-, Ric. de, 115

Hicks, Eliz., Lady Campden, 151

Hide:
-, Mary, 55
-, Wm., 55

hide, of 480 a., 17

Higgs:
-, Jn., 35
-, Wm., 54–5, 93
-, fam., 35

Hildyard:
-, Jn. R.W., 96
-, Mary Blanche, see Neave

Hill:
-, Eliz., see Bayley
-, Thos., 34

Hilliard, Sam., vicar of Rainham and rector of Stifford, 139

Hills. Jn., 35 n

Hoare, Thos., 130

Hockley, 168

Hoddesdon:
-, Chris. (d. 1660), 35
-, Chris. (fl. 1669), 35
-, Martha, m. Cecil Fisher, 35

Hodson, Jn., 140

Hoffman, Jn., minister of Hornchurch, 47

Hoggeshawe, Thos. de, 126

Holden:
-, H. H., rector of Upminster, 158
-, H. R., rector of Upminster, 158
-, Hen., curate of Upminster, 163
-, Jn. R., rector of Upminster 1799– 1862, 157–8
-, Jn. R., rector of Upminster 1780– 99, 157
-, Kathleen, see Frith
-, P. M., rector of Upminster, 157–8
-, Rob., 140
-, Thimbleby, rector of Lt. Warley, 179
-, Wm., 156
-, fam., 156

Holdrich, Ric., 13

Holgate:
-, Hester, see Quarles
-, Wm. (d. by 1708), 71
-, Wm. (fl. 1708), 71

Holinshed:
-, Marg., see Godeston
-, Ralph, 168

Holkirk, Adam de, 66

Holland, earls of, see Rich

Holland, cordwainer from, 40

Holmes:
-, Benj., 41
-, Hen., 7, 30–1, 41

Homesteads Ltd., 28

Hooker, Thos., 179

hop-growing, 19–21

Hope:
-, G. P., 15, 24
-, Steph., 15

Hopkins:
-, Benj. Bond, 134
-, Jn. (d. 1732), 31, 38
-, Jn. (d. 1772), 33, 38, 134, 183
-, (later Probyn), Jn., 35

Hopthrowe, fam., 124

Hornby, Wm., 158

Hornchurch, 25–55, 27, 127, 133, 144
-, Abbs Cross, 28
-, agric., 26, 39–40
-, alms-hos., 43, 54–5
-, anc. par., 1, 9, 25, 56
-, Ardleigh Green, 19, 26, 28–9, 50, 52, 80
-, barns, 33–4
-, baths, 44–5
-, Beam Land, 21, 32
-, boundaries, 25–6, 28
-, brick-making, 40
-, bridges, 6 n, 29, 36, 146
-, Butts Green, 54
-, cemetery, 45
-, chantry, 47
-, chars., 43, 48–9, 51, 53–5, 97
-, chs., 22–3, 25, 32, 37, 46–9, 48, 82, 86–7
-, cinemas, 31
-, clubs and socs., 31, 44, 153
-, coach svces., 29
-, commons and greens, 19, 26, 42, 55
-, dom. bdgs., 26, 28–30, 41
-, Albyns, 29
-, Ardleigh Ho., 53
-, Bretons, 1, 29, 33, 33
-, Bush Elms, 30
-, Capel Nelmes, 29, 38
-, Chaplaincy (Vic.), 26, 30, 32, 47
-, Damons (Ford Hos.), 54
-, Dovers Fm., 34
-, Drywoods, 29
-, Dury Falls, 29
-, Fairkytes, 30, 45, 113
-, Ford Lodge, 54
-, Frome Ho., 53
-, Great Dovers, 29, 34
-, Grey Towers, 30–1, 49
-, Gubbins, 29, 35
-, Gubbins Fm., 34–5
-, Hacton Fm., 30
-, Harrow Lodge, 30, 45
-, Hollies, 50
-, Hornchurch Hall (Rect.), 26, 29, 32, 47
-, Langtons (Marchauntes), 1, 29, 31, 44
-, Lee Gardens, 29, 35–6
-, Lee Gardens Fm., 36
-, Lilliputs, 29
-, Little Dovers, 34
-, Little Langtons, 30
-, Mardyke, 29, 36
-, Mardyke Fm., 36
-, Maylards Fm., 37
-, Maylards Green, 29
-, Mill Cott., 40
-, Mount Pleasant Fm. (Wingletye, ? North House), 30
-, Nelmes, 17, 29, 38
-, New Redden Court, 38–9
-, Old Redden Court (Readnalls), 29, 38–9
-, Poynters (Painters), 54
-, Suttons, 29, 32
-, Suttons Gate, 30
-, Tharp Lodge, 156
-, Walter's, 37
-, White (Grosvenor), Ho., 30
-, Whybridge, 29, 37
-, Whybridge Fm. 39
-, Wych Elm, 30
-, drainage, 44–5, 181
-, drill halls, 31, 45
-, econ. hist., 17, 39–42
-, educ., 35, 38, 51–3, 55, 92, 162
-, elec., 44
-, Elm Pk., 28, 37, 49–50, 52
-, Emerson Pk., 28, 38, 50–1, 53
-, ents., 31
-, fair, 41–2
-, fms., 20, 26, 30, 54
-, Albyns, 55
-, Bretons, 44–5, 80–1
-, Great Dovers, 34
-, Gubbins, 26, 34–5
-, Hornchurch Hall, 18
-, Hubbards, 30
-, Lee Gardens, 35
-, Lilliputs, 35
-, Little Dovers, 34
-, Little Mardyke, 36
-, Mardyke, 36
-, Maylards, 26, 37
-, New Redden Court, 38
-, Old Redden Court, 18, 38
-, Suttons, 18, 20, 28, 31–2
-, Whybridge, 39
-, Wybridge, 37
-, field names, 31, 36–7, 39–40, 42, 48–9, 54, 96
-, fire svce., 45, 129
-, fires, 30, 40, 54
-, floods, 19, 42, 55
-, forest, 20–1
-, gas, 44
-, gravel-digging, 28, 36
-, growth, 26, 28
-, guilds, 47–8, 51
-, Hacton, 26
-, Havering Well, 26, 49–50, 89
-, Hay Street, 26, 28, 54
-, health, 44
-, 'Hornchurch side', 25, 42–3
-, hosp.,45
-, housing, 28, 36, 44–5
-, inc., 6, 26, 55
-, inds., 26, 40–2, 48
-, Jews, 51
-, The Lake, 28
-, libraries, 45, 151
-, loc. govt., 5, 42–4
-, mans. and other estates, 26, 31–9
-, Bretons (Daniels, Porter's Fee), 19, 32–4
-, Dovers (Newhall), 3, 33–4, 39
-, Gowells, 30
-, Gubbins (Gobyons), 25, 34, 37
-, Hornchurch Hall, 3, 11, 18, 31–2, 43
-, Hubbards, 30
-, Lee Gardens (Baldwins), 33, 35–6
-, Mardyke, 33, 35–6
-, Mayland (Drywoods), 29, 36
-, Maylards Green, 36–7
-, Nelmes (Elms, Tylle), 28, 37–8, 50
-, North Ho., 30
-, Redden Court, 11, 18, 25, 38–9
-, Suttons, 3, 11, 18, 31–2
-, Wingletye, 30
-, Whybridge (Rands), 36, 39
-, Wybridge (Bowlesbridge), 36–7, 39
-, mkt. gdns., 20
-, marshes and sea defences, 19, 25–6, 41–2
-, mills, 33, 36, 39–40
-, Mud Island, 41
-, nonconf., 49–51, 159–60
-, North End, 26, 42–3, 53
-, pks., 26, 29, 32, 37, 45
-, parl. rep., 45–6
-, peculiar, ecclesiastical, 46
-, poor-relief, 43–4
-, postal svces., 29
-, pop., 26
-, priory, 11, 17–18, 22–3, 26, 32, 36, 40, 46, 48, 71, 82–3
-, pub. hos., 30–1
-, Albion, 31
-, Bull, 30
-, Cherry Tree, 31
-, Crooked Billet, 31
-, Crown, 31
-, Harrow, 31
-, King's Head, 30
-, White Hart, 30
-, pub. svces., 44–5
-, rly., 28–9
-, rect., 21, 32, 39, 46
-, rifle ranges, 31, 134 n
-, riot, 8
-, rivers and streams, 26, 29
-, roads, 6, 26, 28–30, 35, 39–40, 60, 126, 145–6, 165, 181
-, Rom. Cathm., 49, 52–3
-, Rom. rems., 26
-, R.A.F. station, 28, 31–2, 45
-, St. Leonard's children's home, 31, 49, 146 n
-, South End, 26, 43, 53–4
-, South Hornchurch, 45, 49, 51–2, 128, 139
-, sport, 31, 45
-, springs and wells, 44
-, stadium, 45
-, stocks and whipping post, 8
-, Suttons Institution, 45, 52
-, theatre, 31, 32
-, urban district council, 25, 103, 126, 143, 155, 163, 180
-, arms, 42
-, govt., 44
-, offices, 30
-, services and property, 31–2, 45, 51, 79, 81, 129, 151
-, Vic., 23, 46
-, vicars, 4, 23, 43–4, 46–9, 54, 83, 85
-, Volunteers, 31
-, war damage, 30, 32, 50, 52, 55
-, water, 26, 38, 44
-, wk. ho., 43, 54
-, worthies, 31
-, and see Harold Wood

Hornchurch Theatre Trust Ltd., 31

Horndon, East, 29, 174, 178

Horndon, West, 174; and see Thorndon park

Horndon-on-the-Hill, 114–16, 176 n vicar, see Wilmot

Hornstead, Jn., 89

Horrocks, Thos., 91

Hoskins, Edm., 112

hospitals, see Harold Wood; Havering-atte-Bower, liberty; Hornchurch; Ockendon South; Romford; Upminster; Warley, Great; Warley, Little

Hotchkis, Jas., chaplain of Romford, 77

Hothersall:
-, Burch, 68
-, Rebecca, see Burch
-, Thos. (fl. 1668), 68
-, Thos. (d. by 1710), 68

Hotoft, Jn. and Joan his w., 71

Hough, Jas. F., 178

Houlton, Nat., 15

Hove (Suss.), 105 n

How, Sir Wm., 123

Howe, Edw. R., 10, 16

Howland, Fran., 134

Hoxton (Mdx., later Lond.), 160

Hudson, Wm., 35

Hugh (fl. 1086), 104

Hughes, Wm., rector of Wennington, 188

Hulme, Mary, see Jenner

Hulyn, Wm., 14

Humble:
-, Martha, m. Reynold Bray, 70
-, Pet., 70
-, Ric., 70

Humfrey (fl. 1086), 175

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 66

hundreds, see Barstable; Becontree; Chafford; Chelmsford; Ongar

Hunnable, Wm., 97

Hunt, Art. S., 64

Hunter, Jn., 68

Huntingdon, Mic. of, 175

Hunwicks, Mrs. Sarah, 109

Hurel:
-, (or Parker), Emme, 70
-, (or Parker), Joan, m. Jn. Mauduit, 70
-, (or Parker), Jn. and his w. Gillian, 70
-, Wm., 70

Hurley (Berks.), priory, 118, 122

Hussey:
-, Sir Jn., 66
-, Sir Wm., 66

Hutton:
-, housing, 81
-, polo club, 64
-, poor relief, 170

icehouse, 113

Ickworth (Suff.), 10

Ilford Ltd., 169–70

Ilford, Great, 130, 147
-, Balfour estate, 68 n
-, leper hosp., 171
-, Newbury, 68, 112
-, nonconf., 50, 87–9, 124, 160
-, Wangey, 65

Ilford, Little, ho. of correction, 8

inclosures, 6, 9, 19, 21, 26, 55, 73, 152, 169, 177, 180, 185

Ind:
-, Edw., 73, 137, 165
-, Octavius, 73

Ind, Coope & Co., 72–3, 79, 137

Independents, see Congregationalists

India, see Fort St. George

industry, see agricultural machinery; boat-building; breweries; brickmaking; brushes; candles; cement; charcoal-burning; combs; chemicals; engineering; fertilizers; fireworks; food and drink; foundries; gravel-digging; leather; malting; metal; mills; office machinery; oil and petroleum; photographic equipment; plastics; tar; tarpaulin; textiles; vehicle building

Ingatestone, 105

Ingeddesdoune, see Geddesduna

Ingram, Jas., & Son., 186

Ingrave, 172, 174

Ingrebourne, riv. (Bourne, Haveringsheth), 26, 29, 33, 56, 71, 126, 132, 134, 143, 145–6

Inner Temple (Lond.), 76, 112

Inworth, 50

Ireland, 186
-, justiciar, see Rochelle, Sir R.
-, and see Killaloe

Isabel (of France), queen of Edw. II, 20, 133

Isabel (of France), queen of Ric. II, 69

Italy, see Aosta; Rome

Jackman:
-, Edw., 30
-, Jn., 30
-, fam., 30

Jackson:
-, Art., 106 n
-, Geo., 167
-, Jn., 150
-, Jos., 150
-, T. Gordon, 59
-, Thos., 167
-, Wm., rector of N. Ockendon, 115
-, Winifred, 167

Jacobs, Wm., 51

James I, 3, 11, 14, 21, 76, 156–7

James II, 103, 108, 115

James:
-, Humph., 143 n
-, Marmaduke, rector of Upminster, 157
-, Rog. (d. 1596), 151
-, Rog. (fl. 1628), 151
-, fam. (of Romford, blacksmiths), 74
-, fam. (of Upminster), 153 n

Jane (Seymour), queen of Hen. VIII, 11, 85

Jane, Wm., rector of Wennington, 182

Jarpeville:
-, Joan de, ? m. Thos. de Bolyngton 131
-, Laur. de, 131
-, Wm. de (fl. 1297), 131
-, Wm. de (d. 1330), 131
-, fam., 131

Jenner:
-, David, rector of Gt. Warley, 171
-, Mary, w. of David, m. 2 Jn. Wigmore, 3 Sam. Hulme, 171

Jensen, Christian, 38

Jerman:
-, Jn., 71
-, Wm., 71

Jermyn:
-, Martha, 106
-, Steph. (d. 1724), 105–6
-, Steph. (d. 1795), 106

Jews, 51, 64, 91, 129, 133

Joan (of Navarre), queen of Hen. IV, 84

John, Saint and Evangelist, 9

John, King, 14, 64

John, son of Reynold the draper, 104

John:
-, Sir Lewis (d. 1442), 106; and his w. Anne, 104
-, see also FitzLewis

Johnson:
-, Jas. W. Prior, 69
-, Jn. (d. 1814), architect, 48, 85
-, Mary, 134, 142
-, Sam., lexiographer, 103, 177
-, Wm. Prior (d. by 1777), 69
-, (formerly Richardson), Wm. Prior (d. 1839), 69
-, Wm. Prior (fl. 1846), 69

Jones, Wm. T., 78

Jordan:
-, Edw. and his w. Alice, 131
-, Eliz., 131
-, Hen., 108
-, Ignatius, rector of Cranham, 108 and n
-, Kath., 131

Joslin:
-, Hen., 147, 150, 160
-, Rebecca, see Clayton
-, Ralph, curate, 108
-, Ralph, diarist, 108, 161

judgement of fire and water, 114

Jurgens Ltd., 79

Karly, Adam, 65 n

Kekewich, Sam., vicar of Rainham, 139

Kelet, Alice, see Young

Kelvedon, 171

Kelvedon Hatch, 100, 156, 176

Kemp (Kempe):
-, Edw., 17
-, Thos., 132
-, Wm., actor, 63

Kendall, Thos., 88

Kennedy, Dr., 154 n

Kent, earl of, see Burgh

Kent, 19; and see Chevening; Cray ford; Dover; Erith; Gravesend; Lesnes; Maidstone; Margate; Milton; Ospringe; Rochester; Sheppey; Woolwich

Kew Gardens (Richmond, Surr.), 168

Kidd, Jn. & Co., 186

Kighley, Edw., 87

Killaloe (Ireland), bp. of, see Rider, J.

Killigrew:
-, Sir Hen., 64
-, Kath., see Cooke

King:
-, Eleanor, see Chappington
-, Geo., 41
-, Luke, 180
-, Wm., 41
-, fam., 41

Kingsman:
-, Jasper (d. 1704), 119
-, Jasper (d. 1754), 119
-, Jasper (d. 1784) and his w. Ann, 119
-, Josiah (d. 1719), 119
-, Josiah (d. 1733), 119
-, Petre, 119

Kirkeby, Marg., see Knapp

Kirketon, Kath., 36

Knapp:
-, Jn., 39
-, Marg., m. — Kirkeby, 39

Knights Hospitallers, 130–2, 136–9, 183–4

Knights Templars, 130

Kyffin, Marg. J. de W., 169

Kyne, Revd. J., 159, 172



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