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Lacrinoid Products Ltd., 41

Ladbroke:
-, Ric. (fl. 1721), 13
-, Ric. (d. 1765), 13
-, fam., 13

lakes, 28, 41, 68–9, 143

Lambert:
-, Edwin, 52
-, Wm., vicar of Hornchurch, 47

Lambourne, 9, 184 n

Lancaster, duke of, see Gaunt

Landa:
-, Joan de, m. Rob. de Aundely, 132
-, Maud de, see Arche
-, Ric. de, 132

Lands Allotments Co., 68

Lane:
-, Joan, m. Jn. Leventhorpe, 184
-, Jn., 184

Langdon Hills, rector of, see Palmer, J.

Langhorne:
-, Ric. (d. 1679), 35
-, Ric. (fl. 1732), 35
-, Thos., 35

Langley, Ralph of, 83

Lasham, J. W., 91

Latham:
-, Alice, see Dewes
-, Eliz., see Roche
-, Hamlet, 150
-, Mary, m. Sir Thos. Skipwith, Bt., 150
-, Ralph (d. 1557), 105, 149–51
-, Sjt. Ralph (d. c. 1648), 105, 149–51, 158
-, Rob., 116
-, Thomasyn, see Ardall
-, Wm. (d. 1600), 149, 151
-, Wm. (d. 1614), 149
-, fam., 105, 157, 163

Latter, Edm., rector of Gt. Warley, 171

Latton, Hugh of, chaplain of Havering 23

Launders brook, 180

Laurence, Revd. Perceval, rector of S. Ockendon, 122

Laurie, Jn., 57

Lavington, Market (Wilts.), 118

Lawrence:
-, Jn., vicar of Rainham, 139
-, Wm., 37

Layer, Chris., 64

Layer Marney, 118

Leach:
-, Jn., 71
-, fam., 71

leather industry, 26, 40, 48, 72, 135, 153, 177

Leche, Jn., 47, 53

Lee, Jos., 137, 153 n

Leefe, Lawr., 15

Lefstan the reeve, 129

Legatt:
-, Jn. (d. 1607), 35, 38–9, 42
-, Jn. (fl. 1618), 34
-, Thos. (d. 1549), 34
-, Thos. (d. 1556), 34, 66
-, Thos. (d. 1623), 35, 38–9
-, Thos. (fl. 1626), 35
-, Thos. Posthumous, 66
-, Wm., 39
-, fam., 32, 66

Legg, F. G., 103

Leicester, earl of, see Dudley

Leigh:
-, Eliz., 71
-, Jn., 71
-, Mary, 71
-, Onesiphorous, 71

Lennard:
-, Jn., 65
-, Sam., 65
-, and see Barrett-Lennard

Lenthall, Nic., 140

Lenveise, see Vaizey

Leofgifu (fl. c. 1040), 166

Leopold, Leopold, 150

Lesnes (Kent), abbey of, 130, 132, 138–9, 183

Lester & Pack, 85

Leventhorpe:
-, Joan, see Lane
-, Jn. (d. 1433), 184
-, Jn. (d. 1484), 184, 186

Leverton, Wm., 35

Lewis, Geo., 35

Leyton, 11, 28

Liberator Building Society, 68

libraries, see Collier Row; Corbets Tey; Gidea Park; Harold Hill; Harold Wood; Havering, Lond. boro.; Hornchurch; Ockendon, South; Rainham; Romford; Upminster; Wennington

Limpwella (? Imphy Hall in Buttsbury), 99–100

Lincoln, Adam of, 71

Lincoln, earl of, see Clinton, E.

Lincoln's Inn (Mdx., later Lond.), 36

Lincolnshire, 66, 134; and see Metheringham

Lindsey, earls of, see Bertie

Lipscomb, Ernest J., 90

Littleton:
-, Sir Adam, Bt., see Poyntz-Littleton
-, Edw., 110
-, Vice-Adml. Jas., 111
-, Sir Thos., Bt., Speaker of House of Commons, 110–12, 116
-, fam., 116

Llewellyn:
-, Avis, see Winn
-, Dr. R.J. L., 167

Lloyd, Wm. and his w. Eliz., 65

Locksmith, Geo., 87

London, Dr. (fl. 1804–19), 145

London, 44, 117, 156
-, bps., 4, 46, 82, 103–4, 106, 140, 175, 188; and see Basset; Belmeis, R.; Bonner; Foliot; Gravesend, R. and S.; Sudbury; Wharton; William
-, city of, 145
-, aldermen, 30, 33, 65, 105, 112, 151
-, (ld.) mayors, 67, 69; and see Esdaile, Sir J.; Harvey, Sir J. and Sir S.; Roche; Saltonstall
-, M.P., 168
-, coaches and carriers, 29, 60, 117–18, 128, 135, 148, 181
-, county council, 1, 31, 56, 59, 67, 70, 99, 118, 122
-, ferry, 136–7
-, merchants and tradesmen, 15, 30, 33–4, 36–7, 39–41, 54, 57, 63, 65–70, 72, 82, 104–6, 112, 119, 130–1, 133, 142, 149–51, 156, 167, 175, 184
-, Metropolitan (Baptist) Tabernacle, 88
-, migrants from, 9, 63, 129, 145–6
-, Moorfields (Calvinistic Methodist) Tabernacle, 89
-, persons of, 35, 71, 120, 130, 134, 175
-, preachers, 84, 141
-, rlys., 26, 60, 99, 148, 174
-, roads, 22, 28, 56–7, 60, 72, 76, 82, 181
-, St. Bartholomew's hosp., 102, 130, 134
-, St. George's hosp., 105
-, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 135
-, St. Katherine's hosp., 135
-, St. Paul's cathedral, precentor of, see Stortford
-, St. Thomas's hosp., 167
-, siege (1267), 101
-, Spurgeon's College, 50
-, Tower of, 16
-, trade with 20, 134–6, 186
-, Weigh-House chapel, 150
-, Wesley's chapel, 124
-, and see Aldgate; Bethnal Green; Bow; Bromley-by-Bow; Chelsea; Clapton, Lower; Clerkenwell; Cornhill; Earl's Court; Golders Green; Gray's Inn; Greater London Council; Grocers' Company; Haberdashers' Co.; Hackney; Hanworth; Harrow-on-the-Hill; Hoxton; Inner Temple; Lincoln's Inn; Middlesex; Moorgate; Port of London Authority; St. Botolph's without Aldgate; St. George's, Hanover Square; Shoreditch; Skinners' Company; Southwark; Spitalfields; Stepney; Stock Exchange; Tottenham; Tower Hamlets; Victoria and Albert Museum; Walbrook; Walworth; Westminster; Whitechapel; Woolwich

London Button Co., 41

London Central Board of Licensed Victuallers, 85

London City Mission, 91

London Company of Watermen and Lightermen, 137

London Eastern District Land Co., 26

London General Omnibus Co., 60, 148

London Hosp., 174

London, Midland, and Scottish Rly., 60

London and North Eastern Rly., 60

London Rifle Brigade, 31

London, Tilbury and Southend Rly., 29, 60, 110, 118, 128, 148, 174

Longe, Nic., 17

Longley, Ralph de, chaplain of Hornchurch, 46 n

Loughton, 11, 28

Lovable Co., 74

Love, Jn., 65 n

Lovekyn:
-, Anne, 16–17
-, Geo., 16

Lovey, Jn., 175

Lowen:
-, Dan., 131
-, Jn. (d. 1559), and his w. Joan, 131
-, Jn. (d. 1588 or 1589), 131
-, Jn. (fl. 1672), 131, 142

Luckin, Rob., 97

Lucy, Ric. de, justiciar of England, 138–9

Ludbey:
-, Jane, 107
-, Thos. (d. 1819), 107
-, Thos., rector of Cranham, 107–9

Ludwigshafen (Rheinland Pfalz, W. Germany), 57

Luffenham, North (Rut.), 151 n

Luther:
-, Ant., 176
-, Edw. (d. 1734), 176
-, Edw. (fl. 1951), 152
-, Ric. (d. 1639), 176
-, Ric. (d. 1767), 176

Lutye, Wilfred, 188 n

Lutyens, Sir Edwin, 166

Lysaght, Jn., Ltd., 121

Lytton, Rob., and his w. Maud, 182

Macarthy:
-, fam., 74
-, & Co., 73–4

McConnell, J.L., 176

McCurdy, Chas., M.P., 59

McIntosh:
-, Charlotte, w. of David, 8, 13, 24, 76
-, David, 9, 13–14, 24
-, Hugh, 9, 13, 19, 71, 76

Madras (India), see Fort St. George

Magdalen Coll., Oxford, 38

Maidstone (Kent), 149

Maldon, 64

Malemayns:
-, Nic. (d. 1292), 132
-, Sir Nic. (d. 1349), 132

Malle:
-, Rob., 35
-, Wm., 35

Mallinson:
-, Jn., 70
-, Sir Wm., Bt., 50

malting, 136

Mandeville:
-, Geof. de, 118
-, fam., earls of Essex, 118

Mann, Thos., vicar of Hornchurch, 23, 47

Mann, Crossman & Paulin Ltd., 41

Manning, R. A., 120–1

Manor Park, in East Ham, 28

Mansfard:
-, Thos. (d. 1822), 184, 187, 189
-, Thos. (d. 1859), 184, 187

March, earl of, see Mortimer

Marchant, Jas., 74

Marden:
-, Wm., 131
-, fam., 131

Mardyke:
-, Gillian of, see Gillian, dau. of Ellis
-, Wm. of, 36
-, fam., 36 n

Mardyke (Beam), riv., 26, 33, 36–7, 39, 56, 99, 110, 117, 163, 174; and see Rom

Margaretting, 26, 99

Margate (Kent), 137

market-gardens, 20, 113, 121, 129, 135, 152, 186

markets, see Ockendon, South; Rainham; Romford

Marney:
-, Alice, see Bruyn
-, Sir Rob., 118–19

Marriage, Moses, 138 n

Marsh:
-, Emma, 182
-, Geof., and his w. Galiena, 182
-, Gilb., 182, 183, 188
-, Graeland, 182
-, Jn., 182
-, fam., 182

Marshall, fam., 70

Martin, fam., blacksmiths, 74

Martyrs Memorial Trust, 139, 171, 178, 188

Mary I, 3, 188

Mary II, 171

Mascall, Wm., 87

Mashiter:
-, Octavius, 82 n, 83
-, Thos., 54–5
-, Wm., 81, 97
-, fam., 39

Maskell, Jeremiah, 141

Massu:
-, Jn., 55
-, fam., 30

Masterman:
-, Eliz., m.—Taylor, 13
-, Geo., 13
-, Wm., 13

Matthew, Rob., 34

Matthews:
-, Ann, 69
-, Emily, 24
-, Geo., 161
-, Geo. H., 41, 49
-, Jas., 41, 49
-, Jas. and Geo. H., Ltd., 41
-, Joachim, 11, 14, 25, 64, 69, 77, 97
-, Sir Jn., 69
-, Sir Phil., Bt., 14, 69

Mauduit:
-, Joan, see Hurel
-, Jn., 70

Mauger, (fl. 1086), 148

Mauny:
-, Marg. de, see Brotherton
-, Wal. de, Ld. Mauny, 65

May's Sheet Metal Works Ltd., 74

Mayes:
-, Jn., 116
-, Sam., 124
-, fam., 116n

Mayhew, Thos. W., 170

Maylour, fam., 36

Mayne, Jn., 15

Mayor:
-, Jos., 150
-, Mary, m. Sir Jas. Esdaile, 145, 150
-, Sarah, see Rayley

Mead:
-, Hannah, 170
-, Sir Nat., 70, 88
-, Sarah, w. of Wm., 87–8
-, Wm. (d. 1713), 64, 70, 87
-, Wm. (fl. 1761), 170

Mears:
-, C. & G., 85
-, & Co., 48

Mears & Stainbank, 116, 123

Medici, Marie de, queen of Henry IV of France, 65, 68

Meenen, Revd. Julius Van, 159

Melchet, Wm., 133

Meritt, Mr., miller, 75 n

Merry, Ant., 167

Merston:
-, Kath., see Symond
-, Ric., 131

Merton College, Oxford, 156 n

metal working, 73–4, 121

Metheringham (Lincs.), 150

Methodists, 50, 88–9, 124, 141, 160, 173, 189

Meynell:
-, Mrs. Eliz., 111–12
-, Hugh, 112
-, Littleton Poyntz, 112
-, fam., 112

Meyrick:
-, Fran., 112
-, Jn., vicar of Hornchurch, bp. of Sodor and Man (d. 1599), 31, 47
-, Jn., (d. 1663), and his w. Isabella, 112

Michell (Michel):
-, Jn., and Joan his w., 70
-, Sewell, 178

Middlesex, see Bethnal Green; Bow; Chelsea; Clapton, Lower; Gray's Inn; Hackney; Hanworth; Harrow-on-the-Hill; Hoxton; Lincoln's Inn; St. Botolph's without Aldgate; St. George's, Hanover Square; Shoreditch; Stepney; Tottenham

Middlesex and Essex turnpike trust, 22, 60

Mildmay:
-, (or Hervey), Carew, 11, 77, 85
-, Fran. Hervey, 67, 77

Miller:
-, Benj., 75
-, Jn., 75

mills, 18, 41, 72–5, 106, 113–14, 121, 135, 152–3, 177

Milner:
-, Ann, see Osbaldeston
-, Jn., 65

Milton (Kent), 105

Minshull, Sir Ric., 69

Mitchell:
-, Herb. J., 16
-, Jn., 35
-, R. J., aircraft designer, 53 n
-, Wm., 131

moats, 65, 67, 112, 117, 119, 122, 128, 132, 176, 176

Mohun, Philippa de, m. Edw., duke of York, 118

Moigne, Adam le, and Agnes his w., 33

Molland (Moland, Molaund), fam., 120

Montfichet, fam., 183

Montfort, Hugh de, 129, 133

Montgomerie, Geo., 149

Montjoux (Valais, Switzerland), hospice of, 26

Moone, Wm., vicar of Rainham, 142

Moore, Ric., 78

Moorgate (Lond.), 89

Mordaunt:
-, Ele, see FitzLewis
-, Jn., Ld. Mordaunt, 105
-, Lewis, 105

Morewood:
-, Lora, see Havering
-, Wm., 149

Morison, Jos., 124–5

Morris:
-, (or Poyntz), Cath., see Poyntz
-, (or Poyntz), Sir Jn. (d. 1618), 111, 116
-, Jn. (fl. 1643), 111
-, Ric., 31
-, Rob., 72
-, Wm., poet and craftsman, 147

Morse, Jn., chaplain of Romford, 84

Mortimer, Edm. de, earl of March (d. 1425), 66

Morton:
-, Geo., 70
-, Jn., 70, 70 n
-, Thos., 70

Mot, Rob., 159

Moulsham:
-, Christine of, m. Wm. s. of Osbert, 111
-, Hubert, s. of Christine of, 111

Moulsham, in Chelmsford, 111 n

Mountjoy, Ld., see Blount

Mountnessing, see Thoby Priory

Mowbray:
-, Eliz. de, w. of Thos., duke of Norfolk, m. 2 Sir Rob. Goushill, 3 Sir Gerard Usflete, 65
-, Jn., duke of Norfolk, and his w. Kath., 65
-, Thos. de, duke of Norfolk, 65

Moyle, Sir Thos., and his w. Kath., 131

Muilman, Hen., 66

Mulford, Ric., 123

Murex Ltd., 112, 136

museums, see Philadelphia; Upminster; Victoria and Albert

Myrfyn, Guy, 36

Nash:
-, Jas., 34
-, Martha, 34
-, Mary, 34
-, Rob., 34

Nash, T. F., Properties Ltd., 13

National Freehold Land Soc., 57

National Telephone Co., 128, 181

National Trust, 128

Naunton:
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1635) and his w. Penelope, 37
-, Rob. (fl. 1635), 37
-, Wm., 37

Navestock, 9, 16, 17, 21

Nazeing, 17 n

Neave:
-, Anne, see Black
-, Sir Arundell, Bt. (d. 1877), 72
-, Sir Arundell, Bt. (fl. 1948), 67
-, Fran., w. of Sir Thos., 85
-, Fran. Caroline, 96
-, Mary Blanche, m. Jn. R. W. Hildyard, 96
-, Sir Ric., Bt., 13, 66–7
-, Thos., 22
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 13, 70, 72, 85
-, Sir Thos., L. H., Bt., 67, 70
-, Wm., 68
-, fam., 67

Navarre, Joan of, see Joan

Nelson:
-, Abraham, 70
-, fam., 160

Neostyle Manufacturing Co., 41, 74

Nevill:
-, Hen., 130
-, Ralph, 165

New College, Oxford, 11, 16–17, 23, 32, 39, 46–9, 51, 71, 82–4, 86

New Zealand, 30

Newdick:
-, Hen., 39
-, Jos., and Mary his w., 39
-, Jos. Baden, 39
-, fam., 39 n

Newenton:
-, Joan, m. Rog. Swinnerton, 33, 38
-, Sir Jn., 33, 38
-, Ric., 33
-, Thos., 38

Newman:
-, Benj. Harding, 38, 65
-, Jn., Ltd., 136
-, Ric. (fl. 1243), and his w. Margery, 17
-, Ric. (fl. 1758), 37, 65
-, Ric. Harding, 37, 65
-, Thos. Harding (d. 1856), 37, 65
-, Dr. Thos. Harding (d. 1882), 37–8, 156
-, fam., 156

Newmarche, Jn., 32

Newton:
-, Ann, see Payn
-, Jn., rector of Upminster, 148, 157
-, Thos., 168

Nicholls, Alicia D., see Chambers

Nicholson:
-, Sir Chas., 158, 178
-, Ralph, 106

Nix, Ric., bp. of Norwich, 133

Noak Hill, in Romford, 20–1, 23, 55–6 72, 76–8, 83
-, char., 96–7
-, ch., 85
-, commons, 19, 56
-, dom. bdgs, 62–3
-, Angel Cotts. (Malland, Lt. Wrightsbridge), 60, 72, 161
-, Priory (Dagnam Priory), 63–4, 85
-, Widdrington (Wolves and Joyes), 11, 16, 62
-, Wrightsbridge, 60, 72
-, educ., 93
-, fm., 73
-, field name, 75
-, officers, 77
-, pop., 57
-, pub. hos., 63
-, roads, 10, 17, 60
-, Rom. rems., 56
-, sport, 64

Noble, Mark, chaplain of Havering, 22–3
-, his dau., 22

Noel:
-, Edw., earl of Gainsborough, 151
-, Hen., and his w., 151

Noke:
-, Hen. atte, 184
-, Thos. atte, 184, 189
-, fam., 184

Nokes:
-, Jas. (fl. 1803), 152
-, Jas.(d. 1838), 160
-, Wm., 160
-, fam., 152

nonconformity, see Baptists; Brethren;
-, Congregationalists; Friends; Methodists; Presbyterians; Salvation Army; United Reformed Church

Noppel, Hermann, 41

Norfolk, ctss. of, see Brotherton, M.

Norfolk, dchss. of, see Brotherton, M.; Mowbray, E.

Norfolk, dukes of, see Mowbray

Norfolk, earls of, see Bigod; Brotherton

Norfolk, 134; and see Norwich

Norholt, Inger, 85

Northampton, 41

Northamptonshire, see Bulwick

Northtoft:
-, Wm., 32
-, fam., 32 n

Northumberland, earls of, see Percy

Northwode, Sir Rog. de, Ld. Northwode, 104
-, his w. Margery, see Halughton

Norton:
-, Revd. Alf., rector of Wennington, 188, 190
-, Helen Mary, 190
-, Jane, see FitzLewis
-, Sir Jn., 105

Norwich (Norf.), 63, 150; bp., see Nix

Nostell (Yorks. W. R.), 167

Nottingham, earl of, see Berkeley

Oakley:
-, Thos., 54
-, Wm., 54

Ockendon:
-, Joan, dau. of Nic. of, 104
-, Nic. of, and his w. Joan, 104
-, Pet., two daus. of, 105
-, Wm. of (fl. 1155), 111
-, Wm. of (fl. 1166), 104
-, Wm. of (fl. 1210), 104
-, Sir Wm. of (fl. c. 1230), 104
-, Sir Wm. of (fl. 1253), 104
-, fam., 104

Ockendon, Bishop's, see Cranham

Ockendon, North, 99, 101, 110–117, 122, 131
-, agric., 113
-, alms-hos., 117
-, boundaries, 146
-, brick-making, 114
-, bridge, 110
-, bus svces., 110
-, chars., 116–17
-, ch., 33, 114–16
-, dom. bdgs., 110
-, Baldwins Fm., 110
-, Manor Fm., 112
-, Memorial Bungalows, 117
-, North Ockendon Hall, 111–12
-, Rect., 115
-, Remembrance Cotts., 117
-, Stubbers, 113
-, Stubbers Cott., 113
-, econ hist., 113–14
-, educ., 116, 162
-, fms., 113
-, Baldwins, 110
-, Brasenose, 110
-, Home, 110
-, Manor, 112
-, North Ockendon Hall, 112
-, White Post, 110, 112 n
-, field names, 112 n, 114
-, gravel-digging, 113
-, loc. govt., 114
-, mans. and other estates, 110–13
-, Groves, 112
-, North Ockendon (Ockendon Setfountayns), 111–12
-, Stubbers, 112–13
-, mkt. gdns., 113
-, mill, 113–14
-, nonconf., 116
-, poor-relief, 114
-, pop., 110
-, postal svces., 110
-, rly., 110
-, rectors, 110, 115–6
-, rect., 111, 115
-, roads, 110, 126, 146
-, war damage, 112, 115
-, water, 110
-, White Horse pub. ho., 110
-, woods, 113
-, wk. ho., 114
-, worthies, 110

Ockendon, South, 84, 99, 117–26
-, agric., 121
-, barns, 120
-, boundaries, 117
-, bridge, 119
-, char., 126
-, ch., 49, 119, 122–3
-, clubs and socs., 117, 126
-, coach and bus svces., 117, 148
-, detached parts, 101
-, dom. bdgs., 117–18
-, Colecarters Fm., 120
-, Grange Fm., 117
-, Great Mollands, 117
-, Great Mollands Fm., 120
-, Groves Fm., 120
-, Groves Man., 120
-, Little Belhus, 117
-, Little Mollands Fm., 120
-, Quince Tree Fm., 117, 121
-, Rect., 122
-, South Ockendon Hall, 117, 119
-, South Street, 117
-, Streets Fm., 117
-, econ. hist., 121
-, educ., 124–5, 162
-, fairs, 121
-, fms., 121
-, Colecarters (Groves), 120
-, Fen,120
-, Glasscocks, 120 n
-, Grange, 121
-, Great Mollands, 120–1
-, Groves, 121
-, Little Mollands, 118, 120
-, Quince Tree, 120 n, 121
-, South Ockendon Hall, 121
-, Street, 120, 120 n, 125
-, field names, 121
-, The Green, 117, 122, 124–5
-, hosp., 118, 120, 125
-, housing, 99, 118
-, ind., 121, 124 n
-, library, 118
-, loc. govt., 122
-, mans. and other estates, 118–21
-, Grange, 121
-, Groves (Colecarters), 119–23
-, Mollands, 120–1
-, Poyntz, 120–2
-, South Ockendon (Bruyns), 101, 113, 118–22, 150
-, mkt., 121
-, mkt. gdns., 121
-, marshland pastures, 100
-, mills, 121
-, nonconf., 124–5
-, poor-relief, 122
-, poorho., 107 n, 114, 122
-, pop., 117
-, pub. hos.:
-, Red Lion, 117
-, Royal Oak, 117
-, rly., 110, 118
-, rectors, 122–3
-, rect., 122
-, roads, 110 n, 117, 146
-, Rom. Cathm., 123–5
-, Rom. rems., 117
-, war damage, 124
-, woods, 121, 125
-, wk. ho., 114, 122, 187

Odo, bp. of Bayeux, 99, 104, 106 n, 129, 133, 148

office machinery, mfr. of, 74

Oglethorpe:
-, Eliz., see Wright
-, Gen. Jas., 103, 105, 108, 109 n

O'Hagan:
-, Alice Mary, Lady O'Hagan, 16–17
-, Maurice, Ld. O'Hagan, see Towneley-O'Hagan

O'Hara, Jos., 35

oil and petroleum storage, 99

Old Hornchurch Brewery Co., 41, 45

Oliphant, Campbell, 120

Ongar, Chipping, 111

Ongar, hund., 100 n, 170

Ongar poor-law union, 170

orangeries, 30, 113

Organ:
-, Jn., 66, 66 n
-, Thos., 66

organ-builders, see Speechly & Son; Walker & Sons

Orsett, 55, 71

Orsett poor-law union, 114, 122

Osbaldeston:
-, Ann, m. Jn. Milner, 65
-, Fran., 65
-, Hen. (d. 1669), 65
-, Hen (d. by 1693), 65, 67

Osbert, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Osbert, Wm. s. of, see William

Ospringe (Kent), 133

Otley, Thos., 37

Otter, Wm., 141

Overend, Gurney & Co., 105, 120

Oxford, earls of, see Vere

Oxford, see Brasenose College; Cardinal College; Magdalen College; Merton College; New College; St. John's College

Oxley, Jesse, 155

Pabenham:
-, Eliz., see Engaine
-, Sir Laur., 156

Page, Thos., 34, 54–5

Pain:
-, Jn., 159
-, Jonathan, 159 n
-, fam., 159 n
-, and see Payn

Paine, Jas., 60, 62, 150

Paine's brook, 26, 29, 56; and see Carter's brook

Palmer:
-, Jn., rector of N. Ockendon and Langdon Hills, 115
-, Rob., 96

parishes, detached parts of, 100–1, 117, 169, 174

Parker:
-, Barry, 59
-, Eliz., 97
-, Jn., 69
-, Wm., (d. by 1413), 175
-, Wm., (fl. 1413), 175
-, and see Hurel

Parkes, Mrs. E. Varco, see Williams

Parkinson:
-, Jas., 95
-, fam., 95

parks, see Harold Hill; Havering-atte-Bower; Hornchurch; Rainham; Romford; Upminster

Parkstone (Dors.), 28

Pasmar:
-, Ric., 131
-, Thos., 131

Passelewe:
-, Alice, m. Ric. of Dover, 33
-, Sir Hamon, 33
-, Rob., deputy treasurer of England, 33, 133

Pattrick (Patrick)
-, Eliz., see Branfill
-, Geo., curate of Wennington, 182
-, Mat. H., 153

Payn:
-, Ann, m. 1 Thos. Newton, 2 Jn. Godeston, 168
-, Jn., and his w. Joan, 133, 168
-, and see Pain

Paynel:
-, Fulk, 130, 138
-, Gillian, see Bampton
-, Wm., 130

Peacock:
-, Ric., 136
-, Wm., and his w., 136

Peacocke, Amelia, see Apreece

Pearce:
-, Thos., 40
-, & Son, 40

Pearson:
-, J. L., 171
-, Jn., rector of Lt. Warley, 178

Peasants' Revolt, 183

peculiar, ecclesiastical, see Hornchurch

Peldon, 104 n

Pelham, Ralph of, 104

Pelly, Capt. Ric. W., R.N., 146

Pemberton:
-, Amelia, 86
-, Revd. J. H., 10, 20, 86

Pemberton-Barnes:
-, Amy 23
-, Ann, w. of Wm., 24
-, Emily, 23
-, W. H., 23 n
-, Wm., 10, 23
-, Miss, 25

Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, 166, 171

Pennant:
-, Jn., 54
-, Pearce (d. 1590), 48
-, Pearce (fl. 1618), 37
-, Wm., 37

Pepys, Sam., diarist, 67

Percy:
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1408), 66, 70
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1455), 66, 70
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1461), 66
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1489), 66

Perigal, Hen., 182

Perkins, Wm., and his w. Ursula, 34

Perrers (or de Windsor), Alice, 148–9

Pert, Wm., 184

Petchey, Jn., 109

Peterborough, bps. of, 188

Peterhouse, Cambridge, 112

Peterson:
-, Ursula, m. Thos. Disney, 166
-, Ursula, see Gonson

Petit, Anne, 175

Petre:
-, Sir Edw., Bt., 103, 108
-, Ethelreda (Audrey), Lady Petre, 106
-, Sir Fran., Bt. (d. by 1655), 103, 105
-, Fran. (d. 1686), 119
-, Jn., Ld. Petre, 105
-, Thos., 105
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1572), 105, 176
-, Wm., Ld. Petre (d. 1637), 119
-, Wm., (d. 1677), 119
-, Wm. (d. 1686), 119
-, Wm. (d. 1728), 119
-, Wm., Ld. Petre (d. 1884), 87
-, fam., 108, 159, 177

Pettiward, Dan., 176

Peverel, Wm., 133

Peverel of Dover, honor of, 133

Philadelphia (Penn., U.S.A.), Museum of Art, 151 n

Philippa (of Hainault), queen of Edw. III, 18, 36, 66–7

Phillips:
-, Ralph, 183
-, T. Sinclair, 90

Phillpots, E., 109

Phoenix Timber Co., 1, 41

photographic equipment, mfr. of, 169

Pike, Godfrey, 151

Pilgrimage of Grace, 131

Pilgrims Hatch, see Weald, South

Pinchon:
-, Ann, see Powtrill
-, David, 152
-, Jas., 161
-, Mrs. Lydia, 161
-, Wm., 152

Ping, Jn., 90

Pitsea, 29, 148, 174

Plaistow, in West Ham, 45, 129

Plaiz, fam., 183

plastics, mfr. of, 41, 74

Platford:
-, Jn. H., 38
-, Roy, 38

Platt, Revd. Geo. M., 136

plot, 'Popish' (1678), 35

Plugenet:
-, Alan de, Ld. Plugenet, 133
-, Joan de, 133
-, Oliver de, 133

Plumb:
-, Marg., see Southwell
-, Wm., 130

Plumberow, Laur. of. 168

Pomfret, Wm., 36

Pope, Alex., poet, 31

Port of London Authority, 31, 112, 129

Porter, fam., 32 n

Portsmouth (Hants), 132 n

Portugal, 145

Potts:
-, Chas., 108
-, Susannah, see Wright

Poulett, Marg., ctss. Poulett, see Burges

Poulton:
-, Eliz., see Clarke
-, Pet., 168

Poupart:
-, Alf., 34
-, Jn., 34
-, fam., 34

Powell, Wm., 179

Powtrill, Ann, m. Wm. Pinchon, 152 n

Poyntz:
-, Audrey, m. Sir Adam (Poyntz-) Littleton, Bt., 111–12
-, Audrey, w. of Sir Gabriel, 112
-, Cath., m. Sir Jn. Morris (or Poyntz) (d. 1618), 111, 116
-, Etheldred, see Cutts
-, Sir Gabriel, 33, 111–12, 116, 176
-, Sir Jas., 116
-, Jane, 116
-, Jn. (d. 1447), 111
-, Jn. (d. 1469 or 1470), 111, 115 n
-, Jn. (d. 1547), 111, 111 n, 116
-, (or Morris), Sir Jn., see Morris
-, Poyntz (d. by 1412), and his w. Eleanor, 111, 120
-, Poyntz (d. 1643), 111
-, Ric. (d. 1643), 114, 116–17
-, Thos. (d. by 1481), 111
-, Thos. (d. 1562), 111
-, Thos. (d. 1597), 111, 116
-, Wm., 111, 116
-, fam., 112, 116

Poyntz-Littleton:
-, (formerly Littleton), Sir Adam, Bt., 111–12
-, Audrey, see Poyntz
-, Dorothy, 112
-, Wm., 112

Presbyterians, 49–50, 87, 109, 116 159, 173

Preston, W. R., 26, 28, 146

priest, Tascelin the, see Tascelin

Priest, fam., 83 n

Prittlewell priory, 171

Probyn, Jn., see Hopkins

Provence, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

Prudaunce, Thos., 66 n

Prujean:
-, Sir Fran., 30–1, 48
-, fam., 49

Pulteney:
-, Sir Jn. de, 133
-, fam., 133

punishment, see cages; ducking stools; gallows; gaols; stocks; whipping posts

Purfleet, in W. Thurrock, 79, 99, 126, 137, 181; U.D., 117

Purfleet Timber Storage Ltd., 187

Putwell brook, see Weald brook

Pye:
-, Ann, see Wright
-, Edm., 66

Quakers, see Friends

Quarles:
-, Fran., poet, 64, 72
-, Hester, m. Wm. Holgate, 71
-, Jas. (d. 1599), 71
-, Jas. (d. 1642), 71
-, Mary, 71
-, Sir Rob., 21, 71–2

Queen Anne's Bounty, 23

Radcliffe:
-, Ant. (d. 1603), 134
-, Ant. (fl. 1619), 134, 140
-, Edw., 134
-, Mary, 140

Radley, Wm., 134

Radnor, earl of, see Bouverie, Wm.

Rail Store Ltd., 73

Rainham, 99, 126–42, 127, 182
-, agric., 134–5
-, Anglo-Saxon rems., 126
-, barns, 132, 140
-, baths, 129
-, boundaries, 126, 180
-, brick-making, 136
-, bridges, 126, 128
-, cemeteries, 129
-, chantry, 140
-, chars., 141–2
-, chs., 130–1, 138–40, 158, 188
-, clubs and socs., 129
-, coach and bus svces., 128, 181
-, dom. bdgs., 129, 141
-, Ayletts Fm., 128, 132
-, Berwick Ho. (South Lodge), 128, 131
-, Berwick Ponds Fm., 128, 131
-, Broadway, nos. 17–21, 128
-, Charlotte's Alley, 128
-, Damyns Hall, 128
-, Elmhouse, 130
-, Gerpins, 128, 132
-, Launders, 132
-, Moor Hall, 132
-, North Lodge, 128, 131
-, Rainham Hall, 128, 128, 141–2, 188
-, Rainham Lodge, 128, 131, 158, 161
-, Rainham Man., 130
-, Redberry Ho., 128
-, South Hall, 128, 134
-, Upminster Rd., nos. 2–6, 128
-, Vic., 128, 139
-, drainage, 129
-, econ. hist., 134–6
-, educ., 129, 141–2, 189
-, fairs, 135
-, fms., 113, 135
-, Ayletts, 132, 135
-, Berwick Ho., 139
-, Berwick Ponds, 139
-, Brick Ho., 135
-, Brights, 129, 135
-, Damyns, 130
-, Gerpins, 131
-, Jordans, 133
-, Moor Hall, 132, 135
-, Parsonage, 129, 132–3, 135
-, Rainham Lodge, 139
-, South Hall, 186
-, ferries, 126, 128, 135–7
-, field names, 135, 140–1
-, fire, 128
-, fire svces., 129, 181
-, floods, 137
-, gipsies, 132, 138
-, gravel-digging, 126, 135
-, growth, 99, 128–9
-, housing, 45
-, inds., 112, 99, 135–6
-, library, 129
-, loc. govt., 137–8
-, mans. and other estates, 129–134
-, Ayletts, 132
-, Berwick, 102, 126, 130–2, 134, 137, 139–40
-, Elmhouse (Ilfords, Normans), 102, 130
-, Gerpins (Gerbeviles), 131–2 137, 142
-, Launders, 126, 129, 132, 184
-, Moorhall (La More), 132, 134, 139
-, Rainham, 101, 129–30, 132, 134, 137
-, Rect. (Parsonage Fm.), 132–3, 139
-, South Hall, 126, 128, 132–4, 137–8, 140, 185
-, mkt-gdns., 129, 135
-, mkts., 135
-, marshes and sea defences, 129, 134, 137
-, migrants from, 180
-, mills, 135
-, nonconf., 141, 159
-, pks., 44, 129
-, ponds, 126, 129
-, pop., 126, 134
-, poorhos., 138, 142
-, poor-relief, 138
-, postal svces., 128
-, prehistoric rems., 126
-, pub. hos., 135, 137
-, Angel, 135, 138, 189
-, Bell (Horseshoe and Can, Lamb and Crown), Upminster Rd., 128, 135, 138
-, Bell, Broadway, 135, 138
-, Phoenix (White Hart), 128, 135, 138
-, Three Crowns (Ferry Ho., French Horn), 128, 135, 137
-, pub. svces., 129
-, rly., 128, 181
-, Rainham creek, 41, 44, 81, 134–6
-, rectors, 139
-, rect., 132–3
-, rifle ranges, 134
-, rivers and streams, 126, 128, 185
-, roads, 28, 110, 117, 126, 128–9, 146, 180–1
-, Rom. Cathm., 34, 140, 142
-, Rom. rems., 126
-, sport, 129
-, vic., 139
-, vicars, 49, 139, 141–2
-, war damage, 142
-, water, 129
-, wharves, 128, 136
-, woods, 134
-, wk. ho., 138, 185

Rainham Portland Cement Co., 41

Ralph s. of Turold, 118

Ram (Rame):
-, Ant., 54
-, Fran., 48, 54
-, Sam., 54

Rand:
-, Jn., 39, 105
-, Thomasine, m. Ralph Byllopp, 105
-, Wm., 39, 105

Randall, fam., blacksmiths, 74

Raphael, Sir Herb., Bt., 10, 59, 68, 81

Rastrick:
-, Geo., and his w. Beatrice, 105
-, Nora, 105

Ravensbourne, riv. (Bowles or Bolles brook, Wybridge riv.), 26, 29, 36, 56

Rawley, Thos., 36

Rawlings, Geo., 20

Rayleigh, honor of, 168, 170

Rayley:
-, Jn. (d. 1706), and his w. Hester, 150
-, Jn. (d. 1718), 150
-, Sarah, w. of Jn., m. 2 Jos. Mayor, 150–1

Read, C. S., and his w., 90

Reede (Rede):
-, Alice, see Rowley
-, Geo., 48
-, Hen., 16
-, Rog., 77, 96–7

reeve, Lefstan, the, see Lefstan

Reilly, Sir Chas., 147, 147 n

Reins, see Reyns

Repton, Humph., landscape artist, 64, 113, 167 n

Rew, Chas., rector of Cranham, 108

Reynold the draper, John s. of, see John

Reynolds:
-, And., 96
-, Ann, see Bayley
-, Ric., 34

Reynolds-Stephens, Sir Wm., 172

Reyns (Reins):
-, Adam de, 17
-, Rob. de, 17 n

Rhodes, B., & Son, 74

Rich:
-, Edw., earl of Holland and of Warwick, 15
-, Rob., earl of Holland and of Warwick, 15

Richard I, 152

Richard II, 188

Richard, duke of Gloucester, 104

Richard s. of Osbert, 17

Richardson:
-, Hannah, 54–5, 96
-, Jn., 54–5
-, Wm., see Johnson, W. P.
-, Dr., 170
-, fam., 184

Ricingahaam (Anglo-Saxon village), 129 n

Rickett, David, 54

Rider:
-, Ann, see Wright
-, Jn., rector of S. Ockendon, bp. of Killaloe, 122–3
-, Wm., 66

Ridley:
-, Gloster, 64, 84
-, Jas., 64, 84

Rigby, Miss, 148

riots, 8, 141

ritualism, 158

Robert (fl. 1086), 129–30

Robert, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

Roberts:
-, David, 178
-, Sir J. Herb., Bt., Ld. Clwyd, 178
-, Thos., vicar of Hornchurch, 43, 85

Robinson:
-, A. G., 26
-, Hastings, rector of Gt. Warley, 166, 171, 173–4
-, Mrs. Hastings, 171–2
-, Nic., 184
-, Ric., 159
-, fam., 160

Robotham, Jn., rector of Upminster, 148, 157

Robson, Jos., 53

Roche:
-, Eliz., m. Ralph Latham, 105
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., 105
-, Jn., 38, 69
-, Marg., w. of Sir Wm., 69
-, Thos., 37, 69
-, Sir Wm., 37, 39, 69, 105

Rochelle:
-, Agnes de la, 118
-, Godfrey de la, 118
-, Maud de la, m. Maurice le Bruyn, 118
-, Phil. de la, 118
-, Ric. de la (d. by 1198), 118
-, Sir Ric. de la, justiciar of Ireland (d. 1276), 118
-, Wm. de la (d. by 1198), 118–19
-, Wm. de la (d. c. 1226), 118
-, fam., 118

Rochester, bp. of. see Bowle

Rochford, 187

Rock Portland Cement Co., 41

Roding, Beauchamp, 104

Roding, river, 9

Rodys, Jn., and his w. Marg., 34

Rogers:
-, Geo., 160
-, Sarah, 14
-, Sim., 14, 15, 36

Rolée, see Rowley

Roley, see Rowley

Rolling, Rog. de, 64

Rom, riv., 9, 26, 56, 60, 73, 80; and see Mardyke

Rome, 157

Romford, Pet. of, 71

Romford, frontis., 1, 56–97, 58, 61, 64, 164
-, agric., 39, 72
-, alms-hos., 96–7, 113
-, barracks, 57, 63, 74, 85, 88
-, baths, 79, 81
-, boro., 19, 44–5, 56, 79, 81 arms, 76
-, boundaries, 56
-, brick-making, 73
-, bridges, 60, 69, 71–2
-, burial bd., 81
-, canal, 56
-, carriers to, 117–18
-, cemeteries, 81
-, chantry, 71, 83–4
-, chaplains and vicars, 64, 77–8, 83–4, 96
-, chars., 77, 92, 94–8
-, Chase Cross, 10, 59, 73, 79, 88
-, Church Ho., 62, 84
-, chs., 9, 23, 49, 49, 56, 82–7, 92, 96–7
-, cinemas, 64
-, clubs and socs., 63–4, 66
-, coach and bus svces., 60, 117–18, 148
-, commons, 10, 18–19, 21, 60
-, Corn Exchange, 76
-, County Court, 63
-, court ho., see Havering-atte-Bower, liberty
-, dom. bdgs., 57, 59–60, 62–3
-, Albion Cott., 95
-, Bell Ho., 62
-, Cecil Ho., 95
-, Claremont Ho., 95
-, Claughton Ho., 94
-, Crown Fm., 60, 62
-, East Ho., 67
-, Factory Rd. (Elvet Ave.), 59
-, Familiarum (Canons), 62
-, Half Moon (Cross keys), 77, 97
-, Hawkins atte well, 62
-, Heaton Grange, 63
-, Holm Lodge, 55, 90
-, London Ho., 62
-, Lowland's Fm., 62
-, Marshalls, 57, 71, 94
-, Mawneys, 65–6
-, Maypole Cott., 62
-, Priests, 83
-, Risebridge, 71
-, Romford Hall, 64, 72
-, Stewards, 72, 89
-, Vic., 83
-, Yew Tree Cott., 75
-, drainage, 80–1
-, econ. hist., 17, 72–4
-, educ., 25, 55, 62, 71, 86, 91–6, 128
-, elec., 79
-, ents., 62, 64
-, fair, 4, 75–6
-, fms., 20
-, Crown (Pigtails), 60, 62
-, Gooshayes, 70
-, Heaton Grange, 19
-, Hill, 72
-, New Hall, 70
-, Park, 81
-, Perrys, 49
-, Risebridge (Parsonage), 71, 79
-, Stewards, 72
-, field names, 73, 75, 82, 96–7
-, fire svces., 81
-, floods, 56, 97
-, gaol, see Havering-atte-Bower, liberty
-, gas, 79
-, growth, 28, 56–7, 59–60
-, guilds, 83–4, 96
-, health, 78
-, hosps., 79, 81, 113
-, housing, 57, 59, 79, 81
-, inc., 6
-, inds., 57, 72–4
-, Jews, 64, 91
-, lake, 68–9
-, Laurie Town, 57
-, libraries, 57, 63, 82
-, loc. bd., 7–8, 33, 44, 56, 64, 76, 78–81
-, loc. govt., 5, 7–8, 21–3, 56, 76–9, 81, 84, 96–7
-, mans. and other estates, 64–72
-, Dagenhams and Cockerels, 17–19, 34, 66–7, 70, 72, 74, 176
-, East Ho., 57, 67–8
-, Gidea Hall, 1, 14, 18, 19, 38, 59–60, 65, 67–9, 75
-, Gobions (Uphavering), 69
-, Gooshayes, 11, 17, 69–70
-, (Great) Gardens, 35
-, Marks, 3, 11, 60, 69–70, 74–5, 119
-, Marshalls, 18, 57, 70–1
-, Mawneys (Romford), 11, 21, 57, 64–6, 75
-, Risebridge, 11, 32, 71
-, Stewards, 19, 57, 71–2, 75
-, Wrightsbridge, 72
-, mkt., frontis., 5–6, 72, 75–6, 110, 146
-, mkt., gdns., 20
-, military musters, 63
-, mills, anc., 74–5
-, mineral spring, 69
-, New Romford, 57
-, nonconf., 50–1, 85, 87–91, 93, 95–6, 124, 160–1, 173
-, Oldchurch, 18, 56, 80–1, 113
-, pks., 15, 59, 68–9, 79, 81
-, parl. rep., 82
-, ponds, 56–7, 67, 76
-, poor-relief, 44, 77–8
-, poorhos., 77–8, 97–8
-, pop., 57
-, postal svces., 60
-, Prospect Place, 59
-, pub. halls:
-, Ingrave, 91
-, Laurie, 57, 90–1
-, Regent, 91
-, St. Edward's, 57, 78
-, pub. hos., 62–3, 84
-, Angel, 62, 72
-, Coach and Bell (Bell), 62
-, Cock and Bell (Chequers), 60, 62
-, Crown, 62
-, Dolphin, 62–3
-, Duke of Wellington (Blüchers Head), 63, 74
-, Golden Lion (Lion, Red Lion), 62, 76, 96
-, King's Head, 62
-, Lamb, 62
-, Queen's Head (Queen's Arms), 63
-, Rising Sun, 75
-, Star, 73
-, White Hart, 62
-, White Swan, 62–3
-, pub. svces., 79–82
-, rly., 60, 73, 75, 148
-, rector, 78, 86
-, rect., 86
-, Rise Park, 9, 59
-, rivers and streams, 9, 56
-, roads, 10, 57, 60, 67, 72, 79, 110, 146
-, Rom. Cathm., 87, 93–5, 159
-, Rom. rems., 56
-, Romford Common, 8
-, 'Romford side,' 22, 25–6, 42, 56
-, Rush Green, 57, 77, 81, 87
-, sport, 59, 64, 71
-, stadium, 64
-, theatres, 64
-, town hall, 63, 79
-, urban district council, 9, 15, 32, 44, 56, 78–9, 81–2, 92
-, vic., 83, 86–7
-, Volunteers, 63
-, war damage, 89, 93
-, war memorial, 57, 81–2
-, water, 79–80
-, woods, 21, 64
-, wk. ho., 63, 77–8, 81, 97, 113, 163
-, worthies, 64
-, and see Collier Row; Gidea Park; Harold Hill; Noak Hill; Squirrels Heath

Romford Gas and Coke Co., 44, 79, 155

Romford poor-law union, 22, 44, 78, 107, 138, 155, 170, 187
-, land, 32
-, wk. ho., 81, 97, 163

Romford rural district council, 22, 44–5, 78–9, 81, 155

Roneo Vickers Ltd., 41, 74

Roper:
-, Adam, 38
-, Jn., 70

Rose, Pratt and Daldy, 136

Ross, Reg., 38

Rothwell, Eliz., 167

Rougemont:
-, E. R. Denys de, 166
-, Muriel E. de, see Heseltine

Rous:
-, Reynold, 36
-, Ric., 67

Rowe:
-, Geo., 107
-, Dr. Geo., 150

Rowley (Rolée, Roley):
-, Alice de, m. Hen. Reede, 16
-, Robinet de, and his w. Isabel, 66
-, Thos., 16

Roxwell, 46

Royal Air Force, see Hornchurch

Rudstone, Mary, 36

Rumney, Wm., 106

Rushout:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Paulet St. John, Bt., 37
-, Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1698), 37
-, Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1711), 37

Ruskin, Jn., author and artist, 103

Russell:
-, (formerly Branfill), Champion (d. 1887), 112
-, Champion Branfill (d. 1945), 113, 117
-, Dan., 117
-, Eliz., 116, 116 n
-, Jn. (d. 1787), 112
-, Jn. (d. 1825), 110, 112, 116
-, Jn. N., 113, 117
-, Jos., 112
-, Mary, see Branfill
-, Pamela, 117
-, Sir Wm., (d. 1705), 112–13, 116–17
-, Wm. (d. 1727), 112
-, Wm. (d. 1754), 112
-, Wm. (d. 1810), 112–13
-, fam., 117

Rutland, see Luffenham, North

Rutley, Alf., 41

Rykhull, Nic., and his w. Isobel, 104

Sabbarton, Jos., 11

Sadler, Sir Ralph, 183

St. Albans:
-, adcn. of, see Grant, A.
-, bp., 46

St. Armine, Sir Wm. of, 33, 66

St. Botolph's without Aldgate (Mdx., later Lond.), 136

St. Davids, bp. of, see Chichele, H.

St. Denis, Ric. of, 118

St. George:
-, Sir Hen., 35
-, Thos., 35

St. George's, Hanover Square (Mdx., later Lond.), 149

St. John:
-, Eliz., see Rushout
-, Sir Paulet, Bt., 37

St. John's College, Cambridge, 171

St. John's College, Oxford, 107

St. Leger:
-, Beatrice, w. of Sir Ralph, m. 2 Sir Jn. Curzon, 104, 108 n
-, Sir Ralph, 104–5

St. Leir:
-, Joan, 36
-, Mary, 36

Salamon:
-, fam., 180
-, & Co., 135–6

Salisbury, earl of, see Cecil

Salisbury, marqs. of, see Cecil

Saltmarsh, Rob. and Christine his w., 67

Saltonstall:
-, Gilb., 123
-, Jn., 119
-, Phil. (d. 1668), 119, 123
-, Phil. (d. 1694), 119
-, Philippa, m. Jn. Goodere, 120
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1601), ld. mayor of Lond., 118–19, 123
-, Ric. (d. 1618), 119
-, Ric. (d. 1649), 119
-, Suzanne, 123
-, fam., 120, 123

Salvation Army, 90

Sand (Sonds), Nathan, 163

Sands, Jn., 85

Salvin, Ant., 17

Saunder, Jn., 83

Saunders, Jn., 163

Sawbridgeworth (Herts.), 184, 186

Sawtre:
-, Hen., 182
-, Jn., 182
-, Margery, see Garnet

Scargill, Thos., 33, 48
-, his dau., 33

Scawen:
-, Sir Thos. (d. by 1729), 71
-, Thos. (fl. 1729), 71
-, Sir Wm., 71

school boards, 51–2, 86, 91, 142, 160–1

Scoland (Escoland, Estotland, Scodlaund):
-, Frank (d. by 1285), 168
-, Frank (d. 1339), 168
-, Frank (fl. 1372), 168
-, Geof., 168, 171
-, Hen., 168
-, Osbert, 168
-, fam., 168

Scotland, 57, 134

Scott:
-, David, 167
-, M. H. Baillie, 59

sculptors, see Behnes; Flaxman; Norholt; Smith, T.; Westmacott

Seamer, Fran., 151

Segrave:
-, Jn., Ld. Segrave, 65
-, Marg., see Brotherton

Selo Ltd., 170

Sept Meules (Seine Inf., France), 175

serjeanties, 11, 14, 64, 70

services, public, see baths; electricity; gas; sewage; water

Setfountayns (Septem Fontibus):
-, Cecily of, m. Ric. de Heyle, 111, 115
-, Isabel of, m. Wm. Baldwin, 111
-, Ralph of (d. 1210), 111
-, Ralph of (fl. 1254), 111
-, Thos. of, 111
-, Wm. of, 111, 114
-, fam., 111

Setmels (Septem Molis):
-, Ralph, 175
-, Rob., 175
-, Wm. (fl. 1166), 175
-, Wm. (fl. 1259), and his w. and s., 175
-, fam., 175

Seven Kings Housing Assoc., 181

sewage disposal, 44–5, 80–1, 129, 155, 181

Seymour, Jane, see Jane

Sheffield, Wm., 50

Sheldon:
-, Thos., 70
-, Wm. (d. 1763), 89
-, Wm. (d. 1798), 10, 70
-, Wm. (d. 1817), 70

Shenfield, Wm., 66

Shenfield, 154, 165, 172–3

Sheppey, (Kent) 132 n

Sheridan:
-, Maria M., see Grant
-, Ric. Brinsley (d. 1816), dramatist, 169
-, Ric. Brinsley (fl. 1834), 169

Shields, South (Co. Dur.), 136

Shipman, Agnes, 49, 55

Shoreditch (Mdx., later Lond.), 31, 146, 150

Silvester, Thos., 136

Simpson:
-, Jas., 97
-, Jn., and his w., 77, 97

Skeale, Mrs. Sibell, 51–2, 54

Skilton, Wm. J., 78, 86

Skinners' Company of London, 118

Skipwith:
-, Mary, see Latham
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 150, 158

Slaney:
-, Humph., 130, 132–3
-, Jn. (d. 1632), 130, 133
-, Jn. (fl. 1633), 130
-, Moses, 133

Slipper, I., later W. T., coachbuilder, 74

Smith (Smyth):
-, Agnes, 131 n
-, David, 124
-, F. J., 31
-, Geo., 85
-, Revd. Harold, 11, 19
-, Hen., and his w., 124
-, Jn., Methodist, 88
-, Thos., 116
-, Wm. (fl. 1709), 88
-, Wm. (fl. 1800), 160 n
-, fam., curriers, 73

Smith-Burges:
-, Sir Jn., Bt., 24
-, Marg., Lady, see Burges

Snowden, Wm., 114 n

Soame, Steph., sheriff of Essex, 6

Soanes, Temple, 146

Sodor and Man, bp. of, see Meyrick, Jn.

Sole, Jn. C., 13

Solme:
-, Geo., 184
-, fam., 132, 184

Somerset, see Bath and Wells; Buckland priory; Worspring

Sonds, see Sand

South Essex Brick and Tile Company, 151

South Essex Waterworks Co., 10, 44, 79–80, 129, 155, 166, 181

South Sea Company, 13

Southchurch, Ric. of, 101

Southend-on-Sea, 51

Southend-on-Sea Estates Co., 105

Southerey (or Despaigne), Joan, 149

Southey, S., breeches maker, 72 n

Southwark (Surr., later Lond.), 70

Southwell:
-, Fran., 184
-, Hen., 130
-, Marg., w. of Sir Rob., m. 2 Wm. Plumb, 130, 132
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1559), 130, 132, 137, 140, 184
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1598), 130, 137
-, Sir Thos., 130

Spalding, Wm., 32

Sparrow:
-, Drue, 11 n
-, Jane, see Deane
-, Jn., the elder, 11
-, Jn., the younger, 11

Spear, Wm., 141, 186

Spear and Vellacott Ltd., 141 n, 186

Speechly & Son, 85

Spencer:
-, Ric., 48
-, Wm. T., comb mfr., 74

Spetchley (Worcs.), 166

Spicer:
-, Jn., 142
-, Martin, 142

Spitalfields(Lond.), 50, 88, 124, 141

sport, 31, 33, 45, 59, 64, 71, 79, 81, 129, 148, 166, 174

spring, mineral, 69, 143

Springham, Sam., 151, 153, 159

Spurgeon, Chas. H., preacher, 50

Spry, Jn., 95

Squirrels Heath, in Romford, 35, 59
-, ch., 86
-, dom. bdgs., 73
-, educ., 93
-, green, 19
-, housing, 59
-, inds., 73, 93
-, rly., 60
-, war damage, 86

Stafford, Mr. (fl. 1846), 141 n

Stafford, ctss. of, see Anne

Staffordshire, see Burton-on-Trent

Staines, fam., blacksmiths, 74

Stamford, earl of, see Grey, Hen.

Stamyngden, Ric. de, 32

Standon, Mrs. J. W., 32

Stanford-le-Hope, rector, see Aleyn, T.

Stanford Rivers, 119, 170

Stansgate, Vct., see Benn

Stapleford Abbots, 16, 21–2
-, Albyns, 72
-, Battles, 130, 183

Stapleford Tawney, 22

Staresmore:
-, Jn., rector of Gt. Warley, 171
-, Mary, m. Sir Denner Strutt, Bt., 179
-, Thomasine, see Wallenger

Staunton:
-, Alice de, see Cheshunt
-, Sir Jn. de, 132–3, 140
-, Ralph de, 133

Stebbing, vicar, see Fuller, Jn.

Stephens, see Reynolds-Stephens

Stephenson:
-, Rowland, 'fugitive banker,' 71
-, Sim., 183

Stepney (Mdx., later Lond.), 120, 136, 151, 157

Sterne, Wm., 37

Sterry;
-, Fran., 161
-, Wasey, 146

Steven, J. M., 88

Stevens, T., 160

Stewart:
-, Jn., 122
-, Jn. H., 120

Stifford, 101, 117, 119, 182
-, rectors, see Barker, L.; Hilliard

Stiles:
-, Benj. Haskins, 68
-, and see Eyles-Stiles

Stint, Ralph, 130

Stock, 69; and see Crondon Park

Stock Exchange (Lond.), 16

stocks, 8, 10, 138, 153, 187

Stoker, Mrs. Emily, 140

Stonard, Joan, 23

Stone:
-, Denny, 74
-, Fran., and his w. Mary, 106
-, Hen. J., and his w. Emma, 15
-, Hen. R., 15
-, Leonard F., 74

Stoneham:
-, R. T., 106
-, R. T. D., 106

Stonehouse, schoolmaster (? Rob., vicar of Childerditch), 95

Stortford, Thos., precentor of St. Paul's Cathedral (Lond.), 104

Stortford, Bishop's (Herts.), 186

Straham:
-, Geo., rector of Cranham, 103, 107
-, Thos., 89, 173

Strang:
-, Mrs. Jas., 161
-, Mr. & Mrs. W., 161

Stratford, in West Ham, 28, 73, 148

Stratford Langthorne, abbey of, in West Ham, 14

Strutt:
-, Blanch, m. Thos. Bennett, 176
-, Sir Denner, Bt., 176, 179
-, Eliz., see Denner
-, Jn., 176
-, Mary (d. 1641), w. of Sir Denner, see Staresmore
-, Mary (d. 1658), w. of Sir Denner, 179

Stubber, Wm., 112

Sturgeon:
-, Thos. B., 121
-, fam., 119, 121

Sudbury, Sim. de, bp. of Lond., 122

Suffolk, dukes of, see Brandon, C.; Grey, Hen.

Suffolk, 41
-, and see Barningham; Bury St. Edmunds; Ickworth

Sulyard:
-, Eustace, 184
-, Sir Wm., 184

summer-houses, 168

Sumner, Heywood, 172

Surrey, see Kew; Southwark

Sussex, see Hove

Sutton:
-, Agnes of, see Dover
-, Geo., and his w. Joan, 131
-, Ric. of (fl. 1355), 33, 70
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1513), 110

Swann, Miss M., 142

Sweet, Fred., 89, 95

Swein of Essex, 168

Swein the swarthy (fl. 1066), 149

Swinnerton:
-, Joan, see Newenton
-, Rog., 33, 38

Switzerland, 41, 170; and see Montjoux

Sydenham:
-, Ann, see Cooke
-, Chas., 68
-, Sir Edw., 68
-, Sir Fran., 15
-, Penelope, see Cooke

Symond:
-, Clement, and his w. Agnes, 131
-, Kath., m. 1 Ric. Merston, 2 — Byrt, 131

Talbot:
-, Thos., 107, 160–2
-, Wm., vicar of Rainham, rector of Wennington, 49, 139, 188

Tanner, Wm., and his w., 176

Tany:
-, Jn. de, 182
-, fam., 182 n

tar refinery, 136

tarpaulin, mfr. of, 73

Tascelin the priest, 175

Tasker, Helen, ctss. Tasker, 159, 172

Taylor:
-, Eliz., see Masterman
-, Susannah, 174

Teulon, S. S., 171–2

textiles, mfr. of, 40, 73–4, 154, 186

Tey:
-, Joan atte, see Vaud
-, Wm. atte, 36

Thames, riv., 26, 42, 134, 137, 185, 187
-, ferry, 128, 136
-, ind., 99

theatres, 31, 64

Theobald, Jas., M.P., 15, 82

Theydon Bois, 38, 134

Thoby, in Mountnessing, priory of, 175

Thomas the cordwainer, 40 n

Thorndon park, in Childerditch and West Horndon, 99

Thornhill, Sir Jas., 10

Thornton, Yates, 140 n

Thorowgood:
-, Edw., 39
-, Eliz., see Allsopp
-, Geo., 39
-, Sim., 71
-, Steph., 39
-, Mr. (fl. c. 1618), 70
-, fam., 32, 71

Throckmorton, Chris., 33

Thurrock, Grays, 99, 100–1
-, bus, 128, 181
-, nonconf., 89, 124–5, 173
-, Rom. Cathm., 140
-, rly., 103, 110, 118, 148
-, technical instruction bd., 109

Thurrock, Little, 104 n

Thurrock, West, 63, 99–101, 141
-, poor-relief, 138, 185, 187
-, and see Purfleet

Thurrock U.D.C., 44–5, 117–8, 174

Tilbury, West, 28, 101, 128, 181

Tilden, Phil., 59

Tipping:
-, Ann, see Cheeke
-, Kath., m. Thos. Archer, Ld. Archer, 16
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 16

Tockington(Glos.), 111

Tolbut:
-, Wm. (d. 1828), 71
-, Wm. (fl. 1828), 71–2

Tottenham (Mdx., later Lond.), 105–6, 150

Tower Hamlets, Lond. boro., 31

Towneley-O'Hagan, Maurice, Ld. O'Hagan, 16

Townsend, Chas. Harrison, 172

Towton, battle of, 66, 70

Tripp, Hen., rector of N. Ockendon, 110, 115

Trott, Misses, 95

Truro (Cornw.), cathedral, 171

Trussell:
-, Edw., 182
-, Eliz., m. Jn. de Vere, earl o Oxford, 182
-, Jn., 182
-, Wm., 182

Tryst:
-, Abigail, see Wright
-, Herb., 107

Tuke, Sir Brian, 9, 16–7

Turke, Wm., 184

Turner, Mat., 187

Turnpenny, Emily, 189

Turold (fl. 1086), 118, 168, 171
-, Ralph, s. of, see Ralph

Twydell, Ric., 178

Tycheborne:
-, Gillian, see Fenrother
-, Nic. (d. by 1538), 65
-, Nic. (fl. 1538), 65

Tydeman, H. W., 88

Tyle:
-, Nic., 37
-, Ralph, 33
-, Thos., 37

Tyler:
-, Chris. (fl. 1722), 36 n
-, Chris. (d. 1830), 39
-, Harriet, 39
-, Jn. (d. 1775), 36
-, Jn. (d. 1807), 36
-, Jn. (fl. 1823), 36
-, Jn. (fl. 1849), 36
-, Rob., 36
-, fam., 39

Tyrell:
-, Ann, see Harleston
-, Anne, see Hanmer
-, Edw., 119
-, Eliz., 178
-, Eliz., see Bruyn
-, Geo., 119
-, Gilb., 119 n
-, Hugh, 119
-, Humph. (d. 1507), 175–6
-, Humph. (d. 1549), 119
-, Sir Jn. (d. 1541), 175
-, Jn. (d. 1586), 175–6, 179
-, Sir Jn., Bt. (d. 1766), 178
-, Mary, m. Thos. Clinton, 175
-, Mary, m. Art. Gore, earl of Arran, 178
-, Sir Rob., 175
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1363), 178
-, Thos. (d. by 1471), 119
-, Wm. (d. c. 1534), 119
-, fam., 178

Tyson, Geo, F., 106

Tyte, Rob., 39

Ulmis, see Elms

Umfreville, fam., 151

Underwood, fam., blacksmiths, 74

Unilever Ltd., 41

United Reformed Church, 50–1, 87, 89–90, 96, 124, 160; and see Congregationalists; Presbyterians

Unwin, Sir Raymond, 59

Uphavering:
-, Ralph, 35
-, fam., 69

Upminster, 27, 143–63, 160
-, agric., 152
-, assarting, 152
-, barns, 113, 143, 151, 156
-, boundaries, 143, 146
-, brick-making, 153
-, bridges, 146
-, Chafford Heath, 101, 146–7, 152, 160
-, chars., 154, 159, 163
-, chs., 123, 150–1, 156–9
-, cinema, 148
-, clubs and socs., 148, 151, 155–6
-, coach and bus svces., 148
-, commons, 99, 143, 146, 152
-, dom. bdgs., 147, 160
-, Brick-kilns, 159
-, Bridge Fm., 160
-, Bridge Ho., 143, 163, 168
-, Chapmans (Potkiln) Fm., 145
-, Fox Hall, 145
-, Gaynes, 145, 150, 160
-, Gaynes Cross, 145
-, Great Sunnings, 143
-, Great Tomkyns, 143, 161
-, Grove Cott., 163
-, Hactons, 30, 145, 148
-, Harold Court, 28, 146
-, High Ho., 17, 143, 145, 147 n, 156
-, Hill (Minster or Upminster) Ho., 159, 162–3
-, Hill Place (Ho.), 146–7, 159, 162
-, Hoppy Hall, 143, 145
-, Hunts, 145
-, Ingrebourne Cott., 162
-, Keelings, 143
-, Mavisbank, 162
-, New Place (Clock Ho.), 143, 146–7, 150–1
-, Pages (Tithe) Fm., 143
-, Park Corner Fm., 143
-, Rect., 156, 158–9
-, Tylers Hall, 145
-, Tadlows, 145
-, Upminster Court, 129, 147
-, Upminster Hall, 143, 151
-, Upminster Hill (St. Mary's Lane), 145
-, West Lodge, 145
-, drainage, 155
-, ducking stool, 153
-, econ. hist., 152–3
-, educ., 161–3
-, elec., 155
-, fms.:
-, Brick Ho., 153
-, Bridge (Ho.), 147, 160
-, Hoppy Hall, 147, 150
-, Hunts, 147, 149–50, 160
-, Londons, 150
-, Potkiln, 161
-, Tylers, 153
-, Upminster Hall, 151
-, fire svces., 155
-, fires, 151, 158
-, floods, 146
-, ford, 146
-, gas, 155
-, gravel-digging, 153
-, growth, 147
-, guild, 156
-, hosp., 146
-, inc., 152
-, ind., 153
-, lake, 143
-, libraries, 156
-, loc. govt., 153–5
-, mans., 148–51
-, Gaynes (Engaynes, Upminster), 146–50, 152–3, 156
-, New Place, 149–151, 158
-, Upminster (Upminster or Waltham Hall), 101, 149 n, 151, 153–4
-, mkt. gdns., 152
-, mills, 33, 152–3
-, museum, 151
-, nonconf., 50, 157–62
-, par. council, 147–8, 155
-, pks., 44, 155
-, parl. rep., 156
-, poor-relief, 154
-, poorho., 154, 163
-, pop., 143, 152, 154
-, postal svces., 148
-, pound, 153
-, pub. hos.:
-, Bell, 145, 153
-, Cock (Skinners and Mealmans), 145
-, Compasses, 147
-, Masons Arms, 147
-, Optimist, 147
-, Shepherd and Dog, 147
-, pub. svces., 155
-, rly., 60, 118, 148, 174
-, rectors, 148, 153, 156–9
-, rect., 156
-, rivs. and streams, 143
-, roads, 6, 60, 110, 117, 145–7, 165, 181
-, sport, 148
-, springs, 143, 155
-, Upminster common, 155, 160–2
-, war damage, 143, 161–2
-, water, 155
-, woods, 152
-, wk. ho., 107, 154–5
-, worthies, 148
-, and see Corbets Tey; Hacton

Upminster Estates Ltd., 147, 151

Urswick, Sir Thos., judge, 3, 69, 119

Usflete:
-, Sir Gerard, 65
-, Eliz., see Mowbray

Vaizey (Enveyse, Lenveise):
-, Arnulf, 183
-, Geof., 183
-, Jn., 183
-, Rob. (fl. 1086), 129–30, 182–3
-, Rob. (fl. 1200), 183
-, Rob. (fl. 1313), 182
-, Wm., 183
-, fam., 183

Valton, Jn., 141, 189

Vaud, Joan, m. Wm. atte Tey, 36

Vaux:
-, Edw., Ld. Vaux, 156
-, fam., 156

vehicle building, 40–1, 74, 99, 121, 177

Vellacott:
-, Jas. H., 132
-, Jn., 132
-, W. Wal., 132
-, fam., 141

Vere:
-, Edw. de, earl of Oxford, 182
-, Eliz. de, ctss. of Oxford, see Trussell
-, Gilb. de, 130
-, Jn. de, earl of Oxford, 182
-, fam., 182

Vermuyden:
-, Sir Cornelius, 42
-, Nic., 42

Vickers Ltd., 74

Victoria, Queen, 69, 86, 188

Victoria and Albert Museum (Lond.), 116 n

virgate, of 120 a., 17–18, 67

Volunteers, 31, 63

Wade, Jn., 137

Wakerfield, Wm., and Eliz. his w., 37

Wakering, Little, 105 n

Walbrook (Lond.), 115

Waldegrave, Sir Edw., 15–16

Waldern:
-, Eleanor, 33
-, Eliz., 33
-, Joan, 33
-, Marg., m. Jn. Brewster, 33
-, Ric., 33
-, Wm., and his w. Marg., 33

Waleraund:
-, Jn., 133
-, Rob. (d. by 1273) and his w. Maud, 133
-, Rob. (d. by 1308), 133

Wales, 104 n, 134

Waleys:
-, Austin, 66
-, Jn., 32
-, Rob., 32

Walker & Sons, 85

Walker's Sand and Ballast Co., 186

Wallenger:
-, Ant., 167
-, Benj., 166–7, 171
-, Bennett, see Gonson
-, Jn. A., 62
-, Thos., 171
-, Thomasine, m. Jn. Staresmore, 171
-, —, dau. of Ant., see Harris
-, fam., 167

Walters, Sir Tudor, M.P., 59

Waltham, Great, 137

Waltham Holy Cross, 17 n
-, abbey of, 4, 148, 151–2, 176

Walthamstow, 95

Walworth (Lond.), 150, 160

Wanstead, 28, 109

war damage, 24, 30, 32, 50, 52, 55, 86, 89, 93, 106, 112, 115, 124, 142–3, 161–2, 172, 174

Ward:
-, Edw., Ld. Dudley and Ward, 70
-, Hen., chaplain of Havering, 23
-, Humble, Ld. Ward of Birmingham, 70
-, Jn. (fl. 1756), of Hackney, 32, 43
-, Jn. (fl. 1836), 95
-, Jn. R., 88, 95

Warley, Great, 44, 103, 146, 163–74, 164
-, agric., 101, 169
-, barns, 171
-, barracks, see Warley, Little: Warley Camp
-, chars., 174
-, chs., 170–2
-, common, 166, 169–70
-, dom. bdgs., 165–6
-, Bolens, 165
-, Brick Ho., 165
-, Codham Hall, 165–6
-, Coombe Lodge, 165
-, Fairstead, 171–2
-, Franks, 165
-, Goldings, 106, 165–6
-, Great Warley Hall, 166–7, 169 n
-, Herds, 165
-, Hole Fm., 165
-, Hulmers, 165
-, Post Office, 165
-, Pound Ho., 167
-, Rect., 169, 171
-, Vic., 172
-, Wallets, 165
-, Warley Elms, 165
-, Warley Ho., 165, 173
-, Warley Lea, 166
-, Warley Place, 165–7, 172, 177
-, econ. hist., 169–70
-, educ., 173–4, 179
-, elec., 166
-, fms., 165, 169
-, Codham Hall, 169
-, Clay Tye, 166–7
-, field names, 169
-, fields, open, 169
-, gas, 166
-, growth, 166
-, hosp., 173, 178
-, inc., 169
-, inds., 166, 169–70
-, loc. govt., 170
-, mans., 99, 101, 166–71
-, Great Warley (Warley Abbess), 166–8
-, Warley (Franks), 133, 168–70
-, nonconf., 173
-, poor-relief, 170
-, pop., 165
-, postal svces., 166
-, pub. hos., 166
-, Horse and Groom, 166
-, Magpie (Headley Arms), 166, 170, 174
-, Thatchers Arms, 166, 170
-, rly., 166
-, rectors, 166, 171–4
-, rect., 170–1
-, roads, 165, 170
-, Rom. Cathm., 172–3
-, sewage wks., 155
-, sport, 166
-, streams, 163
-, vic., 172
-, war damage, 172
-, watch-ho., 170
-, water, 166
-, woods, 165, 167, 169
-, wk. ho., 107, 154, 170, 178, 180
-, worthies, 166

Warley, Little, 164, 174–80
-, agric., 176–7
-, alms-hos., 180
-, beacon, 174
-, boundaries, 174
-, brick-making, 177
-, chars., 180
-, ch., 48, 177–9
-, common, 174, 176–7
-, detached part, 100, 169, 174
-, dom. bdgs., 175
-, Beacon Ho. Fm., 174
-, Blue Ball, 180
-, Blue Ho. Fm., 174
-, Clapgate Fm., 174
-, Little Bassetts, 174
-, Little Warley Hall, 174, 176
-, (Little) Warley Lodge, 175–6, 179
-, Old Englands, 176
-, Rect., 179
-, Red Lion, 180
-, Warley Ho., 177
-, econ. hist., 176–7
-, educ., 179–80
-, fms., 177
-, Clapgate, 175, 177
-, Dame Ellens, 176
-, (Old) Englands, 176
-, field names, 177
-, hosp., 175, 178
-, housing, 175
-, inc., 174, 177, 180
-, ind., 32, 99, 177
-, loc. govt., 178
-, mans. and other estates, 175–7
-, (Little) Warley, 175–8, 180
-, Dame Ellens (Elyns), 176–7
-, (Old) Englands (Inglondes), 99–100, 176
-, marshland pasture, 100
-, mill, 177
-, nonconf., 179
-, poor-relief, 178
-, poorho., 178, 180
-, pop., 174
-, pub. hos.:
-, Bull, 174
-, Greyhound, 174
-, rly., 174
-, rectors, 175, 178–9
-, rect., 178
-, roads, 174
-, sport, 174–5
-, streams, 174
-, war damage, 174
-, Warley Camp (barracks), 48, 65, 165–6, 169, 172, 174–5, 177–8
-, woods, 175–7

Warnborough, South (Hants), 132 n

Warner:
-, Hen., 171
-, Jn. (fl. 1408), 184
-, Jn. (fl. 1456), 184
-, J., & Sons, 24
-, Wm., 184
-, fam., 184

Warren:
-, Hen., 161
-, Jasper, 112
-, Rob., 112

warren, free, 20, 133

Warwick, Thos., 126 n

Warwick, earls of, see Rich

Washer, Wm., rector of Upminster, 157

Wastell, Thos., 65

watch-house, see Warley, Great

water supply, 26, 79–80, 103, 129, 166, 181

Watson:
-, Ralph, 55
-, Rob., rector of Cranham, 108
-, Mr., architect, 68 n

Watt:
-, H., 70
-, Rob., 70
-, R., & Sons, 72

Waylet, Jn., 85

Wayte:
-, Ellen, see Deyncourt
-, Nic., 149, 159

Weald:
-, Gillian of, m. Rog. Cockerel, 66
-, Jn. of, 66

Weald (Putwell) brook, 56, 72, 99

Weald, South, 21, 60, 99–101, 109, 142, 166
-, asylum, 166
-, boundaries, 56, 72
-, Brook St. hosp., 118, 122
-, ch., 85
-, educ., 173
-, nonconf., 173
-, Pilgrims' Hatch, 141, 159
-, Rom. Cathm., 172

Webster:
-, Sir Godfrey (d. 1720), 37
-, Sir Godfrey, Bt. (d. 1780), 37
-, Sir Godfrey, Bt. (d. 1800), 37
-, Jn., 96
-, Thos. (fl. 1698), 50
-, Sir Thos., Bt., 37

Wedlake:
-, Mary, & Co., 40, 74
-, Rob., 40
-, T. W., & Co., 40
-, Thos., 30, 40
-, Thos. W., 40

Wedlake & Dendy, 74

Wedlake & Thompson, 40

Welles, Mic., vicar of Hornchurch, 43, 47

Wells, Jn., 171

Wennington, 126, 127, 132, 141–2, 180–90, 185
-, agric., 186
-, barns, 181
-, beacon, 181
-, boundaries, 180
-, bridge, 181, 185
-, coach and bus svces., 181
-, chars., 187–190
-, ch., 187–9
-, Coldharbour island, 183, 185
-, coffee ho., 186
-, dom. bdgs., 180
-, Great Coldharbour, 185 n, 189
-, The Green, 181
-, Halldare Cotts., 181
-, Landthorpe (Lenthorpe) Ho., 181, 183–4, 186
-, Laundry Terrace, 181
-, Leventhorpes (? Old Lentrops), 184, 189
-, New Cotts., 180–1
-, New Hall, 184
-, Noke (Noak) Ho., 185, 189
-, Priory, 188
-, Rect., 188–9
-, Turnpike Cotts., 181
-, Wennington Hall, 182–3
-, Wennington Ho., 181, 189
-, Willows (Scripps and Otters), 181
-, drainage, 181, 185
-, econ. hist., 185–7
-, educ., 181, 189
-, ents., 181–2
-, fms., 186
-, Coldharbour, 186
-, East Hall, 186
-, Leventhorpe, 186
-, Noke, 186
-, Wennington Hall, 183, 186
-, Wharf Ho., 186
-, Willows, 186
-, ferry, 136, 181
-, field name, 187
-, fire svces., 181
-, fires, 182, 186
-, floods, 137, 185
-, gipsies, 138
-, gravel-digging, 186
-, housing, 181
-, inc., 185
-, inds., 186–7
-, library, 181
-, loc. govt., 44, 187
-, mans. and other estates, 182–5, 187
-, Coldharbour (New Hall), 183–4
-, Leventhorpes (Landthorpe, Yonges), 184, 186–7
-, Noke, 184–5
-, Wennington Enveyse, 130, 183–4
-, Wennington Westminster (Hall), 182–4, 185
-, mkt. gdns., 186
-, marshes, 129, 137, 180, 182–3, 185–6
-, nonconf., 183, 189
-, poor-relief, 187
-, pop., 180, 186
-, postal svces., 181
-, pub. hos.:
-, Anchor, 184, 186, 189
-, Lennard Arms, 181, 186
-, rly., 181
-, rectors, 49, 139, 181, 188–90
-, rect., 188
-, roads, 180–2, 187
-, stocks, 187
-, vestry feast, 181
-, water, 181
-, Wennington brook, 180
-, Wennington creek, 176, 180, 185–6, 185
-, wharf, 180, 185–6
-, wk. ho., 138, 185
-, worthies, 182

Wennington Sand and Ballast Co. Ltd., 186

Wesley, Jn., Methodist, 141

West Indies, 66, 68; and see Barbados

Westlake, Jn., M.P., 82

Westmacott, Sir Ric., 159

Westminster (Lond.), 130
-, abbey, 99, 111–14, 130, 182–3, 187–8
-, abbots, 111, 114, 122

Westminster, see of, 188

Weston, Thos. de, 133

Wharton, Wm., bp. of Lond., 176

Wheaton, Geo., 30 n

Whennell, Burchett, 55

whipping posts, 8, 10

Whiston, Edw., 87, 89

Whitaker, Wm., vicar of Hornchurch, 31, 43

White:
-, Amos, 149
-, Emma, 95

Whitechapel (Lond.), 128, 148, 159

Whitehead, Caroline F., 159

Whitmore, Hen., 73

Wight, Thos., 50

Wightman, Phil., 116

Wigmore:
-, Mary, see Jenner
-, Seth, 171

William I, 9, 11, 111, 175

William III, 171

William, Baldwin son of, see Baldwin

William, bp. of Lond. (d. 1075), 175

William the chamberlain, 111, 113

William the Fleming, 38

William son of Osbert, 111
-, his w. Christine, see Moulsham

Williams:
-, A. E., 147
-, Miss E. V., m.—Parkes, 30, 44
-, Varco, 30, 44

Williams-Ellis, Clough, 59

Williamson:
-, Dionis, see Hale
-, Sir Thos., 112

Willingale Doe, 118

Willmott:
-, Ellen A., 167–8
-, Fred., 167
-, Mrs. Fred., 167, 173
-, Rose, m. Rob. Berkeley, 166
-, fam., 172
-, and see Wilmot

Willoughby, Chas, 76

Wills, Dame Violet, 86

Willyford, Thos., 136

Wilmot, Rob., rector of N. Ockendon and vicar of Horndon-on-the-Hill, 110, 115

Wilson:
-, Jn., 64
-, Sam., 50
-, T. L., 148

Wiltshire see Lavington, Market; Salisbury

Wimbish, 159

Winchester:
-, Hen. of, 64–5
-, Thos. of, 65

Winchester, bp. of, see Wykeham

Windsor, Alice de, see Perrers

Windsor, St. George's chapel (Berks.), canon of, see Derham

Winn (Wynn)
-, Mrs Avis, m. 2 Dr. R. J. L. Llewellyn, 167, 176
-, Chas., Ld. Headley (d. 1877), 167, 173, 179 n
-, Chas., Ld. Headley (d. 1913), 167
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1667), 167
-, Geo., Ld. Headley (d. 1798), 167, 176
-, Geo. (d. 1827), 166–7, 175
-, Mark (d. 1699), 167
-, Mark (fl. 1699), 167
-, Mark (d. 1830), 167
-, Ric., 167
-, Roland, 167

Winniffe, Jn., 33

Winton, Geo. Seton de, 169

Wiseman:
-, Geo., 151
-, Jn., 24, 84
-, Thos., 137
-, Wm., 137
-, fam., 159

Witherings:
-, Thos., 31, 37, 48
-, Wm., 37
-, fam., 37

Wlvred, Henry s. of, see Henry

Wodewarde, Wm., 179

Wolsey, Thos., cardinal, 132, 139–40

Wood:
-, F. M. Sir Evelyn, 148
-, Jn. (d. by 1685), 72
-, Jn. (d. 1761), 71
-, Jn. (d. c. 1775), 160
-, Sarah, m. Geo. Caldecott, 72
-, Wm., 87
-, fam., 160

Woodfine:
-, Jn., 41
-, Thos. (d. 1853), 41
-, Thos. (fl. 1869), 35–6, 41
-, Mrs., 35

Woodford, 28, 63

Woodrooffe, Jn., rector of Cranham, 107–8

Woods, Ric., landscape artist, 62, 69

Woodstock:
-, Eleanor of, dchss. of Gloucester, see Bohun
-, Thos. of, duke of Gloucester, 118

Woodville, Eliz., see Elizabeth, queen of Edw. IV

Woolley:
-, Houlton, 15
-, Jn., 14
-, Rob., 14
-, Wight, 15

Woolwich (Kent, later Lond.), royal arsenal, 151

Worcestershire, see Spetchley

workhouses, see Cranham; Hornchurch; Ockendon, North; Ockendon, South; Rainham; Romford; Upminster; Warley, Great; Wennington

Worsley:
-, Edm. (d. by 1511), 69
-, Edm. (fl. 1511), 69

Worspring (Som.), 156

Wright:
-, Abigail, w. of Sir Nathan, m. 2 Herb. Tryst, 107
-, Ann, m. 1 Edm. Pye, 2 Wm. Rider, 66
-, Sir Benj., Bt., 105, 112
-, E. A., 54–5
-, Eliz., m. Gen. Jas. Oglethorpe, 105, 108
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1664), 66–7
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1681), 66
-, Jn. (fl. 1355), 72
-, Jn. (d. 1608), 156
-, Jn. (fl. 1613), 67
-, Jn. (fl. 1678), 72
-, L. K., 54–5
-, Laur., 11, 64, 66
-, Leslie St. Aubyn, rector of Cranham, 103
-, Nathan (d. 1658), 105, 108, 109
-, Sir Nathan, Bt. (d. 1727), 107
-, Sir Nathan, Bt. (d. 1737), 105
-, Sir Sam., 105
-, Susannah, m. 1 Chas. Potts, 2 Fran. Drake, 108
-, fam., 72

Writtle, 46, 186

Wyatt:
-, Jas., 69
-, Sir Mat., 177

Wybridge:
-, Jn. (d. by 1315), 37
-, Jn. (fl. 1355), 37
-, Nic., 37
-, Ric., 37
-, Wal. of, 36–7
-, fam., 36, 39

Wybridge, riv., see Ravensbourne

Wych:
-, Hugh, 39
-, Jordan, 39

Wykeham, Wm. of, bp. of Winchester, 32, 46

Wylet (Wylot), Steph., and his w. Joan, 35, 105

Wynn, see Winn

Ximenes, Dan., 15

Yardley, Jn., rector of Cranham, 108–9

Yevele, Hen. of, 182

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

York, dchss. of, see Mohun

York, duke of, see Edward

Yorkshire, 140; and see Nostell

Young:
-, Alice, ? m. Wm. Kelet, 184
-, Alice, w. of Thos., 184
-, Thos., 132, 184
-, Wm. (fl. 1281), 183
-, Wm. (fl. 1327), 184



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