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GENERAL INDEX.A.B.C.D.E.F.G.H.I.K.L.M.N.O.P.R.S.T.U.V.WY.Z.

GENERAL INDEX.

A.

Abercorn , Marquis of, account of his seat, 569.

Acton, account of the parish of, 1–20. Name, boundaries, extent, &c. 1. Manors, 2–4. The church, 5–10. The rectory, 10. Rectors, 11, 12. Parsonage-house, 13. State of population, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 14–18. Benefactions, 18–20. Public conduit, 20.

Acton, Wells, 1, 2.

Adair , Robert, account of, 18.

Aldridge , William, his great age, 10, 16.

Alphery , Mikepher, account of, 406.

Ames , Joseph, account of, 430. His epitaph, ibid.

Anne of Cleve, at Chelsea, 75.

Anfelm , Archbishop, at Hayes, 591.

Apperton , 560.

Astell , Mary, account of, 137.

Aston , Sir Arthur, born at Fulharn, 393.

Atkyns , Frances Lady, her great age, 502.

Atterbury , Bishop, at Chelsea, 132, 133.

Aufrere , George, his collection of pictures at Chelsea, 91.

B.

Babington's plot, 566. His concealment at Uxendon, ibid.

Bacon , Anthony, at Chelsea, 119.
-, —— Lord Chancellor, at Parson's Green, 364.
-, —— family, portraits of, 22.

Bancroft , John, Rector of Finchley, 340.

Barclay , James, account of, 272, 273.

Barker , John, pastor of the diffenting congregation at Hackney, 479.

Barker , Sir Robert, account of, 419.

Barkham , John, Rector of Finchley, 340.

Barnardiston , Sir Nathaniel, death and funeral of, 493.

Barnes , Henry, Secondary of the court of Common Pleas, 548.

Barnetfield, battle of, 21.

Barnet-Friarn, account of the parish of, 21–26. Name, boundaries, &c. 21. Manors, &c. 21– 24. Manor-house, 22. The church, 24, 25. Rectory, 25. State of population, ibid. Benefactions, 26.

Barrow , Doctor Samuel, epitaph of, 371.

Barry , Elizabeth, anecdotes of, 16, 17.

Bates , William, account of, 501.

Bathurst , Allen Lord, at Chiswick, 212.
-, —— Villiers, account of, 134.

Battle of Barnet field, 21. Of Brentford, 41–43.

Baxter , Richard, at Acton, 13.

Beacon , on Hadley church, 519.

Beauforthouse, at Chelsea, 88.

Bedford , Earls of, their mansion at Chiswick, 196.

Beggar of Bethnal Green, 28, 29.

Belsizehouse, 532–534.
-, —— manor of, 532.

Bentley , manor of, 568.
-, —— priory, account of, 568–570.
-, —— Thomas, monument and epitaph of, 201, 202.

Besse-place, 446.

Bethal Green, made a parish, 27. Account of it, 27–38. Etymology, boundaries, extent, &c. 27. Brickfields, 28. Manufactures, ibid. The church, 33. The rectory, ibid. State of population, 34. Benefactions, 35, 36. Burialground of the Dutch Jews, 37.

Beveridge , Bishop, Vicar of Ealing, 232.

Bibsworth , manor of, 337.

Bickley , Sir Samuel, death of, 326, 327.

Birch , Sir Thomas, account of, 271, 272.

Bishop's Hall , 32.

Black-and-white-house at Hackney, 459.

Blackwall , Bishop, at Dalston, 463.

Blackwell , Alexander, anecdotes of, 92.

Blomberg , William Nicholas, Rector of Fulham, 379.

Boarded river at Bush-Hill, 260, 261.

Bodley , Sir Thomas, at Parsons Green, 364.

Bæhler , Peter, account of, 171.

Bolton , William, Rector of Harrow, 576.

Bonde , Thomas, epitaph of, 372.

Booker , John, at Hadley, 525.

Boston , or Burston, manor of, 44, 45.

Boston-house, 46.

Bow, see Stratford-Bow in the third volume.

Bowes , manor of, 257.

Boys , or Edgeware-Boys, manor of, 244.

Brandenburgh house at Hammersmith, description of, 403, 404.

Bray , Edmund Lord, epitaph of, 93.
-, —— John Lord, account of his funeral at Chelsea, 93–97.

Brentford, account of the parish of, 39–58. Name, boundaries, extent, &c. 39. Market and fairs, ibid. County elections, 40. Battles fought at Brentford, 40–43. The chapel, 46–49. The curacy, 49–51. State of population, 52. Extracts from the parish register, 52, 53. From the chapel-wardens' accounts, 54–56. Benefactions, 56, 57. The bridge, 57. Grand junction canal, ibid. Manufactures, 58.

Brentford , Earls of, 40. 43.

Brightwells , 361.

Bristol , George Digby, Earl of, at Chelsea, 87.

Brockley-hill , 245. Pictures at Mr. Godfrey's, 246.

Bromley-hall , manor of, 61.

Bromley, St. Leonard's, account of the parish of, 59–69. Etymology, boundaries, extent, &c. 59. The nunnery, 59, 60. Manors, 60–62. The church, 62–65. The curacy, 65. State of population, 66. Extracts from the parish register, 67, 68. Benefactions, 68, 69. Manufactures, 69.

Brook-green , 401.

Buckburst , Lord, at Chelsea, 86, note.

Buckingham , George, Duke of, his house at Chelsea, 87.

Bullock , Christopher, account of, 546.

Bull's-cross , 279.

Burlington , Richard Earl of, his villa at Chiswick, 194.

Bush hill park, 260. Ancient entrenchment at Bush-hill, ibid. New river aqueduct, 260, 261.

Butler , Bishop, his house at Hampstead, 535.

Butterfield , Isaac, a gigantic child, 328.

Butterwick house at Hammersmith, 405.

Butts , repairs of, 244. 512.
-, —— Sir William, monument of, 367. Anecdotes of, 368.

Byfield , Adoniram, Vicar of Fulham, 378.

C.

Calamy , Edmund, death of, 314.

Canning , Elizabeth, extraordinary story of, 323– 325. List of pamphlets and prints published on the subject, 325–327, note.

Canterbury , Archbishops of, resident at Harrow, 564. At Headstone, 565. At Hayes, 591.

Capels , manor of, 303.

Carlile , Christopher, Rector of Hackney, 476.

Catalpa-trees , remarkable, 407.

Cedars of large growth at Chelsea, 167. At Enfield, 285. At Fulham, 352. At Hammersmith, 405.

Cennick , John, burial of, 171.

Chaloner , Sir Thomas, monument of, 199. Anecdotes of him and his sons, 200, 201.

Chamberlayne , Anne, anecdotes of, 109. Her epitaph, 109, 110.
-, ——Edward, epitaph of, 108. Account of, 133.
-, ——John, epitaph of, 110. Account of, 133.

Chandler , John, burial of, 525.

Chardin , Sir John, account of, 210, 211.

CharlesI. bronze bust of, at Hammersmith, 409.

Chelsea, account of the parish of, 70–184. Of the etymology, 70. Boundaries, extent, &c. 71. The manor, 72–77. Manor-house, and its possessors, 74–77. Ancient mansions, principal seats, and eminent inhabitants, 78–92. The church, &c. 92–113. The rectory, 113. Rectors, 114, 115. State of population, 116, 117. Extracts from the parish register, 118– 144. From the churchwardens' accounts, 145, 146. Schools and other benefactions, 146– 148. Manufactures, 148, 149. King James's College, 149–154. Royal Hospital, 155– 166. Physic-garden, 166–168. Winchesterhouse, 168, 169. Lindsey-house and the Moravians' burial-ground, 169–172. Ranelaghgardens, 173–176. Waterworks, 176, 177. Hamlets of Little Chelsea and Knightsbridge, 177–184.

Chelsea Little , account of, 177, 178. Park Chapel, 178.

Cheselden , William, account of, 162.

Cheyne , family of, 126, 127.
-, —— Lady Jane, monument of, 106.

Chiswick, account of the parish of, 185–222. The name, boundaries, extent, &c. 185. Manors, 186–191. Ancient surveys, 187–189. College-house, 191, 192. Prebendaries, 193. Ancient mansions, principal seats, and eminent inhabitants, 193–198. The church, 198– 205. Rectory and vicarage, 205. Vicars, 207. State of population, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 208–218. Ancient inventory of goods and ornaments in the church, 218– 220. Charity-schools and other benefactions, 221, 222.

Cibber , Caius Gabriel, buried in the Danish church, 427.

Cipriani , I. B. epitaph of, 112. Account of, 142.

Clapton , 450. The chapel, 473.

Claybrooke-house at Fulham, 365.

Clay-hill , 279.

Cleveland , Duchess of, buried at Chiswick, 210.

Clitberow , family of, 45, 46, note.

Cobden , Edward, Rector of Acton, account of, 12.

Cocks , custom of throwing at, 587, 588.

Coke , Lady Mary, her house at Chelsea, 91.

Coldhawe , Manor of, 226, 227.

Cole , Nathaniel, Curate of Bromley, St. Leonards, 66.

College , controversial, at Chelsea, 149–154. Suttcliffe's benefactions to it, 151. Failure of the institution, 151, 152. Description of the building, 153. Various uses to which it was applied, ibid. Granted to the Royal Society, 154. Royal Hospital founded on its site, 154, 155.

College , house at Chiswick, 191, 192.

College of the dissenters at Hackney, 480.

Colney-Hatch , 21.

Compton , Bishop, account of, 384. His garden at Fulham, 350, 351.
-, —— Sir Francis, account of, 384, 385.

Corney-house at Chiswick, 196, 197.

Cornhill , manor of, 445.

Coton , William, Rector of Finchley, 340.

Courtney , family of, 129.

Coventry-act, first. verdict on, 321.
-, —— Francis, Curate of Edgeware, 248.

Cranes, 304.

Cremorne , Lord, his villa at Chelsea, 91.

Crispe , Sir Nicholas, anecdotes of, 409, 410. His house at Hammersmith, 402. His monument there, 409.

Cromwell , met at Acton by a processions, 2. His accident in Hyde-park, 183. Entertained at Fulham-palace by Col. Hervey, 355. Sindercourt's plot for assassinating him at Hammersmith, 401.

Crowe , William, Rector of Finchley, 340.

Cumberland , Denison, Vicar of Fulham, 379.

Custom , singular in the manor of Edgeware, 244. Of throwing at cocks, 587, 588.

Customs of the manor of Ealing, 229. Of Hackney, 453. Of Harrow, 563. Of Hayes, 590.

D.

Dacre , George Lord, his house at Chelsea, 86. His monument, 104, 105.
-, —— Lady, her hospital in Westminster, 147.

Dalston , or Dorlaston, 450.

Danes , defeated at Brentford by Edmund Ironside, 40.

Danish army at Fulham, 345.
-, —— church, account of, 426, 427.

Danvers , family of, 123.

Darbyshire , Thomas, Rector of Hackney, 475.

Davies , Christian, alias Mother Ross, account of, 164.

Dawes , Archbishop, at Chelsea, 115.

Deephams , manor of, 256.

Defoe , Daniel at Hackney, 502.

Dernford , manor of, 257.

D'Estrades , Count, at Chelsea, 89.

Devil merry, of Edmonton, 264.

Devonshire , Duke of, his villa at Chiswick, 194, 195.

Dewit , tradition of, at Fulham, controverted, 399, note.

Diamond , John, a blind man, singular account of, 557, 558.

Dominiceti's medical baths at Chelsea, 124.

Doulben , Bishop of Bangor, Vicar of Hackney, 476. His monument, 461, 462. His burial, 491.

Downing , Calibute, Vicar of Hackney, account of, 476.

Duck , Arthur, account of, 218.

Dudley , Alice, Duchess, a benefactor to the parish of Acton, 18.

Duncan , Sir William, burial of, 548.

Durants , manor of, 299–301.

Dysentery , fatal at Finchley in 1596 and 1780, 34.

E.

Ealing, account of the parish of, 223–240. Of the name, boundaries, extent, &c. 223. Manors, 223–228. Principal seats, and eminent inhabitants, 228, 229. The church, 229– 231. Rectory and vicarage, 231, 232. Vicars, 232. Chapel of ease, 233. Meetinghouses, ibid. Lectureship, ibid. State of population, ibid. Extracts from the parish register, 234–237. Benefactions, 237. Schools, 238–240.

Ealing-grove, 228.
-, —— house, ibid.

Edgeware, account of the parish of, 241–248. Of the etymology, boundaries, &c. 241. Extent, &c. 242. Manors, 242–245. Singular fines and custom of the manor, 244. The church, 246, 447. Rectory and curacy, 247, 248. Curates, 248. Parish register, state of population and benefactions, ibid.

Edmonton, account of the parish of, 249–277. Of the etymology, boundaries, extent, &c. 249. Wards, ibid. Fairs, 250, 251. Manors and farms, 251–259. Principal seats, 259, 260. The church, 261–266. The rectory, 266. Vicarage, 267. Chantry, 268. Meeting-houses, ibid. State of population, 269. Extracts from the parish register, 269– 273. Latimer's school, and other benefactions, 273–275. Hamlet of Southgate, 275–277.

Edmund Ironside defeats he Danes at Brentford, 40.

Edward VI. at Enfield visited by the Scottish prisoners, 283.

Edwards , Thomas, author of the Canons of Criticism, 227. 364.

Ekins , Jeffrey, account of, 393.

Elborowe , Thomas, Vicar of Chiswick, 207.

Ellesmere , Sloane, Rector of Chelsea, 115.

Elizabeth , Queen, at Chelsea, 75. 120. 122. At Chiswick, 196. At Enfield, 283, 284. At Fulham, 354. At Putney, 394. At Hackney, 452. Various journies of, 395.

Elsynge-hall , 297, 298.
-, —— manor of, 302. 334.

Enfield, account of the parish of, 278–334. Name, 278. Market and fairs, ibid. Privileges, ibid. Boundaries, extent, &c. 279. Gives title of baron, ibid. Fire at Enfield, ibid. Manufactures, 279, 280. Manors and farms, 280. 304. Moated site, 282. Manorhouse, 283. 286. Humphrey de Bohun's castle, 283. Chase, 286–290. Lodges, 289, 290. Old park, 291. New or little park, 297, 298. New river, and mill river, 305. The church, 305–310. The rectory, 310– 312. The vicarage, 312, 313. Lectureship, 313. Chantries, 313, 314. Meeting-houses, 314, 315. State of population, 315. Extracts from the parish register, 316–329. Grammar-school, 329–330. Benefactions, 331 –334. Allotment of chase, 334.

Enfield Chase , divided into lots anno 1652, 286. Disturbances there, 286, 287. Divided by act of parliament anno 1777, 287. Its extent, ibid. Improvements, 288. Rangers, foresters, &c. ibid. Lodges, 289, 290.
-, —— Highway, 279.
-, —— House, 297, 298.
-, —— Wash, 279.

Epitaphs , singular, 37. 266. 309. 471. 539.

Essex's army at Acton, 2.; at Turnham-green, 186.

Everitt , Thomas Hills, the gigantic infant, account of, 327, 328.

Evremond , St. at Chelsea, 89.

F.

Fabell , Peter, the merry devil of Edmonton, 264.

Fauconberg , Mary, Countess of, buried at Chiswick, 211.

Featly , Daniel, Rector of Acton, 11.

Feckenham , John, Rector of Finchley, and Greenford Magna, 339. 442.

Fecundity , instances of, 430. 483. 486.

Fenner , Sir Edward, monument of, 593. His burial, 597.

Fiddes , Richard, account of, 387.

Fielding , Sir John, account of, 141.

Fiennes, Earl of Lincoln, family of, 121. Resident at Ponder's-end, 304.

Finchley, account of the parish of, 335–343. of the name, boundaries, &c. 335. Privileges, ibid. Manors and farms, 336, 337. The church, 337–339. Rectory and rectors, 339, 340. Chantry, 340. State of population, 341. Extracts from the parish register, 342. Benefactions, 342, 343.

Finchley-common, 335. Encampments there, ibid.

Firs, the, a seat of Sir I. W. Lake, 272.

Flambard, Sir John, tomb of, 571.

Flambards, Manor of, 567, 568.

Fleming , Robert, account of, 502, 503.

Fletcher , Philip, Dean of Kildare, buried at Greenford Parva, 449.
-, —— Richard, Bishop of London, his house at Chelsea, 118.

Flood , remarkable at Brentford, 44.

Fordes , manor of, 257.

Fordbook , 228.

Forty-Hall , 299.

Forty-Hill , 299. 305.

Fowles , Susanna, imposture of, 424.

Fowler , Bishop of Glocester, at Chelsea, 90.

Fox , Sir Stephen, account of, 208, 209. His house at Chiswick, 209. Baptisms of his children, 210.

Frederick , Sir Charles, his house at Hammersmith, 405.

Friarn-Barnet. See Barnet-Friarn.

Frowick , Sir Thomas, born at Gunnersbury, 225. Buried at Finchley, 339.

Fulham, account of the parish of, 344–424. of the etymology, boundaries, &c. 344. Armies quartered there, 345. Manor, 346, 347. Manor-house, or palace, 347–350. Garden, 350 –352. Residence of the Bishops of London there, 353–355. Manors and farms, 355– 360. Ancient mansions, eminent inhabitants, and principal seats, 361–366. The church, 366–376. The rectory, 376. Lessees, ibid. Parsonage-house, 377. Rectors, 377, 378. Vicarage and vicars, 378, 379. St. Peter's brotherhood, 379. State of population, 379, 380. Extracts from the parish register, 380– 393. From the churchwardens' accounts, 394, 395. Parish armour, 394. Church meadow, 395. Benefactions, schools, and alms-houses, 396–398. Manufactures, 399, 400. The bridge, 400. Account of the hamlet of Hammersmith, 401–424.

Fulham-palace, description of, 348–350. Portraits of the bishops of London, 349. Painted glass in the hall and chapel, 347–349, note. Bishops of London who have been resident there, 353–355.

G.

Games and sports at Whitsuntide, &c. 54, 55.

Garden , botanical, at Hackney, instituted by Lord Zouch, 483.

Garden , Bishop Compton's at Fulham, 350–352.
-, —— Mr. Ord's, 352.

Garth , Sir Samuel, buried at Harrow, 579.

Gartons , manor of, 299–301.

Gauselinus , Rector of Hackney, 474.

Gavelkind , at Hackney, 453.

George chapel, at Old Brentford, 233.

George, St. in the East, account of the parish of, 425–436. Of the boundaries, &c. 425. The church, ibid. The Danish church, 426. The Swedish church, 427, 428. Meeting-houses, 428. The rectory, ibid. State of population, 429. Extracts from the parish register, 430– 433. Charity-schools, and other benefactions, 433–436.

Gerard , Sir Gilbert, account of, 578. Family of Gerard, 578, 579.

Gerbier , Sir Baltbazer, anecdotes of, and account of his academy at Bethnal-Green, 30, 31.

Gervoise , Richard, monument of, 107.

Gibson , Edmund, Bishop of London, account of, 387, 388. His epitaph, 388, 389.

Giffard , Henry, and Anna Marcella, account of, 53, 54.

Gigantic children, instances of, 327, 328.

Gilbert , Thomas, Vicar of Ealing, 232.

Gilpin , John, Cowper's story of, 265, note.

Gloucester , Duke of, (temp. Ric. II.) in arms at Hackney, 452.

Gold , Henry, Vicar of Hayes, 596.

Goldbeaters , manor of, 303.

Goodere , family of, 521. Their cognizance, ibid.

Goodriches at Fulham, 365.

Gorges , Sir Arthur, his house at Chelsea, 122. Account of the family, 122, 123.

Grantham , Lord, (father and son) buried at Chiswick, 216, 217, 218.

Greenford Magna, account of the parish of, 437–443. Of the name, boundaries, extent, &c. 437. Manors, 437–439. The church, 439–441. The rectory, 441. Rectors, 442. State of population, 443. Extracts from the parish register, ibid. Charity-school, and other benefactions, ibid.

Greenford Parva, or Perivale, account of the parish of, 444–449. Of the name, boundaries, &c. 444. Manors, 444–446. The church, 446, 447. The rectory, 447, 448. State of population, 448. Extracts from the parish register, 449.

Grove-house at Chiswick, 197.
-, ——— At Fulham, 363.

Gunnersbury-house , 226.
-, ——— Manor of, 224–226.

Guns , Prince Rupert's water-mills for boring, 451.

Gurney , Sir Richard, at Pallenswick, 357.

Gwyn , Nell, tradition of her projecting the scheme of building Chelsea hospital, 155, note.

H.

Hackney, account of the parish of, 450–516. of the name, boundaries, &c. 450. Brickfields, nature of land, manufactures, &c. 451. Historical events, 452. Manors and farms, 452–458. Ancient mansions, 458–460. The church, 460–472. The new church and chapels, 473. Rectory and vicarage, 473, 474. Rectors, 474–476. Vicars, 476–478. Lecturers, 478. Presbyterian and unitarian dissenters, 478–480. Independents and Jews, 480. State of population, 481, 482. Extracts from the parish register, 482–509. Eminent inhabitants, 509–511. Singular minutes of vestry, 511, 512. Church-house, 512. Schools, hospitals, alms-houses, and other benefactions, 512–516.

Hadley, account of the parish of, 517–526. Of the etymology, boundaries, extent, &c. 517. Manors, 517–519. The church, 519–522. Benefice, 522, 523. State of population, 523, 524. Extracts from the parish register, 524, 525. Alms-houses, and benefactions, 525, 526.

Hale , Sir Matthew, at Acton, 15.

Hall , Timothy, Bishop of Oxford, buried at Hackney, 500.
-, —— Thomas, a gigantic child, 328.

Hamey , Baldwin, epitaph of, 99. Account of, 130.

Hammersmith, account of the hamlet of, 401– 424. Of its extent, nature of land, &c. 401. principal seats, and eminent inhabitants, 402 –407. The chapel, 407–412. The curacy, 412, 413. Extracts from the parish register at Fulham relating to Hammersmith, 413–420. The nunnery, 420, 421. Catholic chapels, and meeting-houses, 421. Ancient hospital, ibid. Latimer's school, and other benefactions, 421–424.

Hammond , William, account of, 171, 172.

Hampstead, account of the parish of, 527–551. Of the etymology, 527. Beautiful situation and prospects, ibid. Places of entertainment, ibid. Boundaries, extent, &c. 527, 528. Manors and farms, 528–532. Kilbourn priory, 530, 531. Eminent inhabitants, 535, 536. The church, 536–540. The curacy and lectureship, 541. State of population, 542. Extracts from the parish register, 542– 549. Benefactions, 549–551.

Hampstead-wells , 528.

Hanway , Jonas, account of, 555, 556.

Hanwell, account of the parish of, 552–558. of the boundaries, extent, &c. 552. Manor, 552, 553. The church, 553. The rectory, 553, 554. State of population, 554. Extracts from the parish register, 555, 556. Benefactions, 556, 557.

Harrow on the Hill, account of the parish of, 559—588. Of the etymology, 559. Boundaries, extent, market, fairs, &c. 560, Hamlets, ibid. Manors and farms, 560—570. Various sort of tenants in the manor, 561, note. Singular customs, 563. The church, 570—574. The rectory and vicarage, 575. Rectors, 576. Chantries, 576, 577. State of population, 577. Extracts from the parish register, 578—580. Lyon's school and charities, 580—582. Other benefactions, 582, 583. Account of the hamlet of Pinner, 583—588.

Harrow Hill, 559.
-, —— School, 580—582.
-, —— Weald, 560.

Hayes, account of the parish of, 589—598. Of the name, boundaries, extent, &c. 589. Manors and farms, 589—591. The church, 592—595. The rectory and vicarage, 595, 596. Rectors and Vicars, 596, 597. State of population, 597. Extracts from the parish register, 597, 598. Benefactions, 598.

Hayes-Park , manor of, 591.

Hayter , Thomas, Bishop of London, epitaph of, 390.

Headstone , or Heggeton, manor of, 565.

Henchman , Humphrey, Bishop of London, account of, 382. His epitaph, 383.

Henry , Matthew, pastor of the dissenting congregation at Hackney, 479.

Hickes , upon the Heath, at Ealing, 228.

Hill , Richard, Rector of Fulham, 377.

Hiseland , William, remarkable longevity of, 160. His epitaph, ibid.

Hocking collections, 55. 145.

Hogarth , William, buried at Chiswick, 215. His epitaph, ibid.

Hoggeston , manor of, 457, 458.

Holbein , Hans, at Chelsea, 81. His pictures of Sir Thomas More's family, ibid.

Holcrofts , at Fulham, 365.

Holland , Charles, account of, 212, 213. His epitaph, 213, 214.

Hollick , or Haliwick, manor of, 23.

Homerton , 450. The chapel, 473.

Honylands , manor of, 303.

Hornebolt , Margaret, epitaph of, 369.

Hospital , ancient, at Hammersmith, 421.
-, ——— at Kingsland, 513.
-, —— Royal, at Chelsea, founded on the site of King James's College, 154. Description of the building, 155, 156. Account of its establishment, names of the officers, &c. 156—159. Benefactions to the hospital, 159. Burial-ground, 159—161. Extracts from the register of burials, 161—164.

Howard , Earl of Nottingham, family of, 119—121. Their residence at Chelsea, 76.
-, ——— John, his house at Clapton, 511.

Howseling people, or communicants, at Acton, 14.; at Chelsea, 116.; at Enfield, 315.

Hughes , Margaret, at Hammersmith, 402.

Hungerford , Thomas, monument of, 97.

Hyde , manor of, 181, 182.
-, —— Park, account of, 182—184. The Serpentine river, 183. Diversions of Hyde-park in 1654, ibid. Cromwell's accident there, ibid. Description of the park in 1659, 184.

I.

Jacob , Sir John, account of, 67.

Jenkins , Sir Leoline, at Hammersmith, 406.

Jennings , David, account of, 428. His epitaph, ibid.

Jevon , Thomas, account of, 544, 545.

Inhabitants , number of, at Barnet-Friarn, 25. At Hayes, 597.

Inventory , ancient, of goods belonging to Chelsea church, 144, 145. To Chiswick church, 218—220.

K.

Katherine , Dowager of Charles II. her house at Hammersmith, 406.

Kenrick , William, account of, 141.

Kent , William, account of, 214.

Kenton , 560.

KilbournPriory, account of, 530—532.
-, ——— Wells, 532.

King , Henry, Rector of Fulham, 377.
-, —— John, Rector of Chelsea, 115.
-, —— William, Principal of St. Mary Hall, account of, 236.

King's-hold , manor of, 454—456.

Kingsland , 450. The chapel, 473. The hospital, 513.

Kirby-castle , at Bethnal Green, 29.

Knightsbridge, account of the hamlet of, 178—182. Ancient hospital and chapel, 178—180. Charity-school, 180. Manufactures, 181. The manor, ibid.

Kynaston , Sir Francis, his academy, called the Museum Minervæ, 30, note. 152.

L.

Lacey , John, frequently visited by Queen Elizabeth, 394.

Lanesborough-house, now St. George's Hospital, 178.

Larke , John, Rector of Chelsea, 114.

Latch , John, buried at Hayes, 598.

Latcwar , Richard, Rector of Finchley, 340.

Latimer , Lucy Lady, epitaph of, 468.

La Trobe , Benjamin, account of, 172.

Lawrence , Sir John, monument of, 106.

Lilbourn , John, taken prisioner at Brentford, 43.

Lincoln-house at Ponder's-end, 304.

Lindsey-house at Chelsea, 169, 170.

Lisle's-place at Fulham, 361.

Littleton , Adam, Rector of Chelsea, account of, 114, 115. His monument, 98.

Lloyd , William, Bishop of Norwich, at Acton, 16. Buried at Hammersmith, 415.

Lobel , the botanist at Hackney, 483.

Lock-hospital, derivation of, 513, note.

Longevity , instances of, at Acton, 10. 16, 18.; at Bethnal-Green, 35. 38.; at Brentford, 52.; at Chelsea, 86. 111. 113. 144. 160. 163, 164, 165, 166. 170.; at Chiswick, 218.; at Ealing, 236, 237.; at Edgware, 247, 248.; at Enfield, 309, 310. 329.; at Finchley, 342.; at Fulham, 376. 387.; at Hammersmith, 416. 419, 420.; at St. George in the East, 432, 433.; at Hackney, 472. 478. 480. 502. 509.; at Hadley, 522.; at Hampstead, 538, 539. 548, 549.; at Hanwell, 556.; at Harrow on the Hill, 571, 572.; at Pinner, 587.; at Hayes, 595. 598.
-, ——— Of the Medows family, 416.; of the Pearce family, 236.

Lord's-hold , at Hackney, manor of, 452. 455.

Lovell , Sir Thomas, visited at Enfield by Margaret Queen of Scots, 293. Account of his funeral, 293—296, note.

Lowth , Robert, Bishop of London, account of, 391, 392.
-, —— Maria, epitaph of, 392.

Ludgraves , manor of, 258. 518, 519.

Lyon , John, tomb of, 572. Account of the school founded by him at Harrow, 580—582.

M.

Mac Ardell , James, buried at Hampstead, 548.

Manchester , Earl of, at Chelsea, 89.

Mandeville , Bernard, at Hackney, 511.

Manufactures , at Bethnal-Green, 28.; at Brentford, 58.; at Bromley St. Leonards, 69.; at Chelsea, 148, 149.; at Enfield, 279.; at Fulham, 399, 400.; at Hackney, 451.

Marriage collections for the poor, 511.
-, ——— portions, benefactions of, at Acton, 19.; at St. George in the East, 434.
-, ——— singular, 491.

Marsh , family of, 532, note.

Martyn , John, account of, 138, 139.

Mayerna , Sir Theodore, at Chelsea, 126.

Maynard , Sir John, K. B. account of, 67.
-, ——— Serjeant at law, account of, 234, 235.

Mazarine , Duchess of, her residence and concerts at Chelsea, 89, 90.

Medical institution, universal, at St. George in the East, 436.

Medows , Sir Philip, account of, 415, 416. Remarkable longevity of the family, 416.

Melcombe , George Lord, account of, 417, 418. His house at Hammersmith, 402, 403.

Micklethwaite , Joseph Lord, buried at Hadley, 525.

Middlesex , Earl of, at Chelsea, 86. 122.

Mill river, at Enfield, 305.

Miller , Philip, account of, 140.

Minchenden-house at Southgate, 275.

Mistake , singular, at a christening, 555.

Molloy , Charles, account of, 272.

Monro , Dr. buried at Hadley, 525.

Monsey , Messenger, Physician to the Royal Hospital, at Chelsea, 164.

Moravians , account of, 169—170. Of their settlement at Chelsea, ibid. Their burial-ground, 170. Extracts from their register of burials, 171, 172.

Mordaunt , family of, 381, 382.
-, ——— John Viscount, account of, 380. Epitaph of, 381. His monument, 370.

More , Cecilia, at Shacklewell, 459.
-, —— Sir Thomas, account of, 79–88. Manner of his living at Chelsea, 79, 80. Anecdotes of him, 80—82. Place of his interment, 82. His epitaph, 83, 84. Distress of his family, 85. Various proprietors of his house at Chelsea, 86—88. Its site ascertained, 88. His chapel, 103.

Morell , Thomas, account of, 216.

Morland , Sir Samuel, account of, 414. His well, 421.

Mossop , Henry, account of, 140.

Mulgrave , Edmund Earl of, his monument, 408. His house at Hammersmith, 405.

Munster , or Mustow-house, at Fulham, 364.

N.

Newcome , Peter, Vicar of Hackney, 477.
-, ——— Richard, his school, ibid. Dramatic performances there, ibid.
-, ——— Richard, Bishop of St. Asaph, buried at Hackney, 507.

Neyte , manor of, 181, 182.

Nicoll , Randall, monument of, 246.

Norris-Farm, 302. 334.

Northend , at Fulham, 365.

Northumberland , Henry Earl of, his epitaph, 469. Anecdotes of, 469, 470.
-, ——— Jane Duchess of, her monument, 100. Anecdotes of her, 101. Singular extracts from her will, 101, 102.

Nottingham , Earl of, at Chelsea, 120.

Noy , William, account of, 48.

Nunnery , at Hammersmith, account of, 420, 421.

Nye , Philip, Rector of Acton, 11.

O.

Okey , John, his house at Hackney, 460.

Oldbury , a moated site at Enfield, 282.

Oldmixon , John, account of, 236.

Oliveyra , Francis Xavier de, account of, 507, 508.

Owen , John, account of, 229.

Oxford , Edward Vere, Earl of, anecdotes of, 484, 485.

P.

Page , William, born at Harrow, 580.

Pallenwick, 401. The manor, 356.

Park-chapel at Little-Chelsea, 178.

Parliamentary army at Acton, 2.; at Turnham-Green, 186; at Fulham, 345; at Hammersmith, 401.

Parr , Katherine, at Chelsea, 74.

Paul's-house, manor of, 257.

Pearce , Zachary, Bishop of Rochester, at Ealing, 235, 236. Longevity of his family, 236.

Pembroke , Philip Earl of, his house at Enfield, 318. Anecdotes of him, 319.

Penn , William, at Knightsbridge, 181.

Pentriches, manor of, 303.

Perrers , Alice, her seat at Pallenswick, 357.

Perwich , Susanna, account of, 494, 495.

Peterborough, Charles Earl of, at Parson's-Green, 362.
-, ——— house, 361–363.

Philips , Katherine, educated at Hackney, 510.

Physic-garden at Chelsea, account of, 166–168.

Pinner, account of the hamlet of, 583–588. The market, 583. The park, ibid. The chapel, 583–585. The curacy, 585, 586. State of population, 586. Extracts from the register of baptisms and burials, 587. Benefactions, 588.

Pits-hanger, manor of, 227.

Pitt, James, buried at Hampstead, 547.

Place-house, at Little Ealing, 228.

Plague , at Brentford, 52.; at Bromley Saint Leonards, 67.; at Ealing, 234; at Edmonton, 269.; at Enfield, 316.; at Finchley, 341.; at Greenford-Magna, 442.; at Hackney, 482.; at Hampstead, 542.
-, ——— Not so fatal at Chelsea as at other villages near London, 117.

Pleasantines farm, 259.

Pleydell , family of, 543.

Ponder's End , 279.

Popple , William, account of, 548.

Population , state of, at Acton, 13.; at BarnetFriarn, 25.; at Bethnal-Green, 34.; at Brentford, 52.; at Bromley St. Leonards, 66.; at Chelsea, 116, 117.; at Chiswick, 207.; at Ealing, 233.; at Edgware, 248.; at Edmonton, 269.; at Enfield, 315.; at Finchley, 341.; at Fulham, 379, 380.; at Hammersmith, 413.; at St. George in the East, 429.; at Greenford-Magna, 442.; at Greenford-Parva, 448.; at Hackney, 481, 482.; at Hadley, 523, 524.; at Hampstead, 542.; at Hanwell, 554.; at Harrow on the Hill, 577.; at Pinner, 586.; at Hayes, 597.

Povey , Charles, at Belsize-house, 533.

Prebend of Chiswick, 190–193.

Preston, 560.

Price, Dr., pastor of the dissenting congregation at Hackney, 479.

Priestley, Dr., at Hackney, 480.

Pym , John, at Chelsea, 89.

Pymmes, at Edmonton, 259.

R.

Radclisse , Dr., at Hammersmith, 407.

Radnor , John Robarts Earl of, anecdotes of, 127, 128.

Ralph , James, account of, 214, 215.

Ranby , John, account of, 163.

Ranelagh, Earl of, his house at Chelsea, 172.
-, ——— Gardens, 173–176. Description of the rotunda, 174. Account of its first opening, and of the amusements there, 175, 176.

Raynton , Sir Nicholas, monument of, 307.

Reconciliation between a man and his wife, ancient form of, 399, note.

Reed , Joseph, account of, 431, 432.

Reid , Alexander, assistant surgeon at Chelsea, 164.

Rich, Earl of Warwick, family of, 483, 484.

Richardson , Robert, Rector of Chelsea, 114.
-, ———Samuel, at Parson's-Green, 364.

Rightwells, at Parson's-Green, 361.

Robarts, family of, 127.

Robinson , Anastasia, at Parson's-Green, 363.
-, ——— John, Bishop of London, account of, 385, 386. His epitaph, 386, 387.

Roman Antiquities found at Chiswick, 185, 186.; at Hampstead, 528.; at Bentley-Priory, 570.

Roos , Edmund Lord, monument of, 308.

Rosamunds, manor of, 359.

Rose , William, account of, 216, 217. Epitaph of, 217.

Ross, Mother, account of, 164.

Rous , Francis, funeral and character of, 6. Anecdotes of, 7.

Rowe, family of, 485–487.
-, —— Henry, becomes a parish pensioner, 487.
-, —— Sir Henry, his chapel and monument, 464. His will, 486.
-, —— Owen, buried at Hackney, ibid.
-, —— Sir Thomas, his directions for his funeral, 465 –467.

Roxey , or Roxeth, manor of, 567.

Russel , William Lord, his residence at Chiswick, 195.

Ryves , Bruno, Rector of Acton, 12.

S.

Sadler , Sir Ralph, account of, 509, 510.

Saltero's coffee-house, 77, note.

Sampson , Mrs. epitaph of, 37.

Sampson , Richard, Rector of Hackney, 475.

Sandford, manor, 359.

Sarnes Barnet , manor of, 22.

Sawyer , mother, the witch of Edmonton, 265, note.

Scheuchzer , Jane Gasper, account of, 137.

Sewell , George, account of, 546, 547.

Shacklewell, 450. Shacklewell-house, 459.

Shadwell, Thomas, account of, 131.

Shastsbury , Earl of, his house at Little-Chelsea, 177.

Sharp, Archbishop, at Chelsea, 131.

Shessield , Earl of Mulgrave, family of, 414.

Sheldon , Archbishop, Vicar of Hackney, 476.

Shepherd's Bush, 401.

Sheridan , Bishop of Kilmore, buried at Hammersmith, 415.

Sherlock , Thomas, Bishop of London, account of, 389. Epitaph of, 389, 390.

Shirebourne , William, Rector of Fulham, 377.

Shoreditch-place , 458.

Shorthose , Hugh, Lecturer at Chelsea, 138.

Shower , Sir Bartholomew, account of, 587.

Shrewsbury , Earls of, their residence at Chelsea, 78.

Shuttop-Hill, manor of, 529, 530.

Skenelsby , William, his great age, 587.

Skippon , Philip, account of, 15. Entries relating to his family in the parish register at Acton, 14.

Sloane , Sir Hans, epitaph of, 111. Anecdotes of, 135–137.

Smith , Sir Thomas, account of, 368. Epitaph of, ibid.

Snell , Hannah, account of, 164, 165.

Somerset , Robert Carr, Earl of, his house at Chiswick, 193. His poverty, ibid.

South , Doctor, born at Hackney, 491.

Southgate, account of the hamlet of, 275–277. Duke of Chandos's seat there, 275. The chapel and its endowment, 275, 276. Monuments, 276, 277.

South-Lodge , or South-Bailey Lodge, on Enfield Chase, 290.

Sparks , Luke, account of, 52.

Spooner , Charles, buried at Hampstead, 548.

Sports , Whitsuntide, 54, 55. 221.

Spurstow , William, Vicar of Hackney, account of, 477.

Stanbrook-Green , 401.

Stansord-Brook, 207.

Stanhope , John Lord, at Chelsea, 118. Baptisms of his children, ibid.

Stanley , family of, 124, 125.

Stanley-house, 125.
-, ———Sir Robert, monument of, 103.

Staunford , or Stamford, Sir William, born at Hadley, 525.

Stedman , Rowland, Rector of Hanwell, 554.

Stickleton , Manor of, 439.

Stone Stalls at Bromley St. Leonards, 62.; at Fulham, 366.; at Hayes, 592.

Stone-ware , manufacture of, established at Fulham by John Dwight anno 1684, 399.

Stourton-house at Fulham, 361.

Strand on the Green, 208.

Stringer , Sir Thomas, account of, 320, 321.

Strype , John, Lecturer of Hackney, 478.

Suffolks , manor of, 302.

Sumner, Doctor, epitaph at, 573.

Surlowes, manor of, 311.

Sutton-Court at Chiswick, 190.
-, —— Little, 207.
-, —— Thomas, at Hackney, 510.

Swedish church, 427. Portraits there, 427, 428.

Swift, Dean, at Chelsea, 132, 133.

Synod , at Chelsea, 72.

T.

Talbot , James, Bishop of Centuriæ, buried at Hammersmith, 419.

Tapestry of the Gobeline manufacture at Fulham, 400.

Taylor , Brook, account of, 270.

Temple-mills at Hackney, 454. Temple-mill bridge, 460.

Terrick , Richard, Bishop of London, burial and epitaph of, 391.

Terry , Edward, Rector of Greenford-Magna, 442.

Thickness , Philip, at Acton, 17.

Thompson, John Ay ton , epitaph of, 205.

Thornton'smanor, 359.

Tidburst , manor of, 245.

Tillotson , Archbishop, at Edmonton, 270.

Tiptoft , Lady, monument of, 307, 308.

Tokynton-chapel, 575.

Trent-place on Enfield Chase, 291.

Trimmer , Mrs. account of her publications, 239.

Tuckey-street, 279.

Tulip tree, remarkable, 363.

Tunstall , Cutbbert, Rector of Harrow, 576.

Turnham-Green , armies assembled there, 186. Number of houses there, 207.

Tyrawley , Lord, buried at Chelsea, 163.

Tyssen , Francis, splendid funeral of, 503–505.

U.

Urswick , Christopher, monument of, 461. Account of him, 475.

Uvedale , Doctor, his botanical garden at Enfield, 285.

Uxendon , or Woxindon, manor of, 565–567.

V.

Vane , Sir Henry, his house at Hampstead, 535.

Vaughan , Lord Chief Justice, at Parson's-Green, 364.

Vere family, marriages of, 490, 491.
-, ——James, buried at Edmonton, 273.

Villa-Cary , 361.

Vyner , Sir Thomas, account of, 496.

W

Waad , Sir Armigal, proprietor of Belsize-house at Hampstead, 532. His epitaph, 533, note.
-, —— Sir William, at Belsize-house, 532.

Wager , Sir Charles, at Chelsea, 125. At Parson'sGreen, 364.

Walham-Green, 359.

Walkington , Thomas, Vicar of Fulham, 378.

Walpole , Sir Robert, his house at Chelsea, 90.

Ward , Bishop, at Knightsbridge, 181.
-, —— John, the usurer, 511.

Wardour , Chidioke, monument of, 202.

Warren , Robert, Curate of Hampstead, 541.

Warwick , Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of, at Chelsea, 78.

Wembley , 560. The manor, 565.

Wendon , manor of, 358.

Wharton , Sir George, account of, 319, 320.

Whetstone , manor of, 21.

Whiston , William, at Finchley, 342.

White-Webbs , 279. White-Webbs-house, 304.

Whitlock Sir Bulstrode , at Chelsea, 87.

Whitmore , Sir George, account of, 488.

Wickham , William, Bishop of Winchester, born at Enfield, 329.

Wilbraham , Sir Roger, monument of, 520.

Winchester-house at Chelsea, 168, 169.
-, ———Marquis of, at Chelsea, 86.

Winter , Thomas, epitaph of, 372.

Witch , of Edmonton, 264, 265, note.

Withers , Philip, account of, 142–144.

Wolstonholme , family of, 321.

Woodcock , Robert, account of, 131.

Woodhall , manor of, 564.

Worcesters , manor of, 292–297.

Worlidge , Thomas, account of, 418. His epitaph, 419.

Wormholt-Barns , manor of, 355.
-, ——— Scrubs, 356.

Worthington , John, Lecturer at Hackney, 478. Account of, 497, 498. His epitaph, 498, 499.

Wright , Robert, Rector of Hayes, 596.

Wroth , family of, 316, 317.
-, —— Lady Mary, author of the Countess of Montgomery's Urania, 317.

Wyer-Hall , 259.

Wyke , manor of, 457.

Wylloughby , manor of, 255.

Y.

Yeading , or Yedding, manor of, 591.

Young , William, account of, 163.

Z.

Zinzendorf , Count, at Chelsea, 169. Burial of his son, 171.

Zouch , Richard, buried at Fulham, 393.



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