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

GENERAL INDEX.

A.

ABELL, family of, cliii. Arms, ibid.

Abney, family of, cxii. Arms, ibid.

Abney, township and manor of, 184.

Agard, Arthur, notice of, 253.

Agard of Foston, family of, cxii. Arms, ibid.

Agard of Scropton, memorials of, 252, 253.

Agard of Sudbury, family of, cxii. Arms, ibid.

Alabaster, mines of, in Derbyshire, account of, cxcix.

Aldercar-park, 181.

Alderwasley, township of, 301. Manor, ibid. Chapel, ibid.

Aldwark, 60.

Aldwark-grange, 60.

Alen or Aleyne, family of, cxiii. Arms, ibid.

Alestrey or Attestrey, family of, cliii. Arms, ibid.

Alfreton, family of, xcix. Arms, ibid.

Alfreton, town and parish of, 3. Manor, ibid. 4. Markets, &c. 3. Church, 4. Ancient monument there, ccxxxii. Chantry, 5.

Alkmanton, township and manor of, 200.

Alien-bill, 207.

Allestrey, parochial chapelry of, 203. Chapel, 204.

Alrewas, 93.

Alsop, family of, cxiii. Arms, ibid.

Alsop, parochial chapelry of, 14.

Altars, Roman, account of, ccv. ccvi.

Alton, township of, 301. Manor, ibid.

Alvaston, parochial chapelry of, 123, 124.

Ambaston, manor of, 158.

Amber, river, clxxviii.

Amusements of the inhabitants, iv.

Antiquities of Derbyshire:— British antiquities, cciii. Roman antiquities, ccv. British and Roman roads and stations, ccviii—ccxviii. Ancient church architecture, ccix—ccxxxv. Ancient castles and mansion-houses, ccxxxvi. —ccxl.

Appleby, parish and manor of, 5. Church, ibid. School, 6.

Architecture, ancient, of Derbyshire, account of, ccix—ccxl.

Arkwright, family of, lxxv. Arms, ibid.

Arkwright, Sir Richard, biographical notice of, 208. 300.

Arleston, manor of, 45.

Ash, manor of, 273.

Ashborne, town and parish of, 6, 11–15. Markets, &c. ibid. Population, ibid. Manor, 7. Church, 8, 9. Ancient monuments there, ccxxvi. ccxxx. ccxxxii. Rectory, 9. School, ibid. Alms-houses, 10.

Ashby-de-la Zouch, canal clxxx.

Ashenhurst, family of, cliii. Arms, ibid.

Ashford, village of, 30. Manor, ibid. Chapel, 31. Meeting-house, ibid. School, 308. Account of British antiquities there, cciv.

Ashover, town and parish of. 15, 16. Market, &c. 15. Church, 19. Singular entry in its register, 20. School, ibid. Ancient font there, ccxxiii.

Ashton, of Castleton, family of, cxiv. Anns. ibid.

Ashton, of Killamarsh, family of, cliv. Arms, ibid.

Assizes, where held, iii.

Aston, village of, 269.

Aston-on-Trent, parish of, 22. Church, 23. Ancient monument there, ccxxix. Market, &c. 22.

Atherly, family of, cliv. Arms, ibid.

Atlow, parochial chapel of, 61.

Avenell, family of, xcix. Arms, ibid.

B.

Babington, family of, cxiv. Arms, cxv.

Babington, Anthony, biographical notice of, 21.

Bache, family of, cxv. Arms, ibid.

Bagshaw, family of, lxxv. Arms, lxxvi.

Bagshaw, William, biographical notice of, 74, 279, 280.

Bainbridge, family of, lxxvi. Arms, lxxvii.

Balepuze, family of, xcix. Arms, ibid.

Bakewell, family of, c.

Bakewell, town and parish of, 23, 24. Market, &c. 24. Population, ibid. Manor, 24, 25. Church, 25. Ancient monuments there, ccxxv. ccxxix. ccxxxii. Chantries. 26. Hospital, ibid. School, 308. Warm spring at, cxc. Aneient stone cross there, ccxxxv.

Balguy, family of, lxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Ballidon, parochial chapelry and manor of, 61.

Ballidon, family of, cxv. Arms, ibid.

Bamford, manor of, 177.

Bank-hall, 73.

Banks, family of, lxix. Arms, ibid.

Baptists, general, list of congregations of, in Derbyshire, 308. List of congregations of particular Baptists, ibid.

Barker, family of, lxxiv. Arms, ibid.

Barbrook, river, clxxviii.

Barlborough-hall, account of, ccxxxix, ccxl.

Barlborough, parish of, 43. Manor, ibid. 44. Church, 44. Ancient monument there, ccxxvii. Alms-house, 44.

Barley, or Barlow, family of, cxv. Arms, cxvi.

Barlow, parochial chapelry of, 267. Manor, ibid. Chapel and school, 268.

Barmoor, ebbing and flowing well at, cxcii.

Barmote court, jurisdiction of, iv.

Barnsley, family of, cliv. Arms, ibid.

Baronets, List of, with their arms, lxiii—lxviii.

Baronets who were not described as of Derbyshire at the time of their creation, lxviii. Extinct baronets, lxix—lxxiv. List of baronets' seats, lxxv.

Barton-Blount, parish and manor of, 46, 47.

Barrow, parish of, 44. Church, 45. Ancient monument there, ccxxxii.

Barrowcote, manor of, 162.

Baslow, village of, 31, 32. Chapel, 32. School, ibid.

Basset, family of, cxvi. Arms, ibid.

Bate, family of, cxvi. Arms, cxvii.

Batsman, family of, lxvii. Arms, ibid.

Bathom-gate, a Roman road, account of, ccxii.

Baths, warm, of Buxton, account of, clxxxix. 34 —37. Of Matlock, cxc. 207. Of Bakeweil, cxc. Of Stony-Middleton, &c. cxci. Of Kedleston, ibid. Of Quarndon, ibid.

Beard, family of, cxvii. Arms, ibid.

Beard, manor of, 168.

Beauehief-Abbey, account of, 223, 224.

Beaumont, family of, lxxvii. 307. Arms, ibid.

Bec, or Beck, family of, c. 307. Arms, c.

Beeley, village of, 32. Chapel, 32, 33. Inclosure, 33.

Beighton, family of, cxvii. Arms, ibid.

Brighton, parish and manor of, 47. Church, 48. School, ibid. 309.

Bellers, family of, c. Arms, ibid.

Belper, town and chapelry of, 139. Market, &c. ibid. Manufactures, ibid. Population, 140. Manor, ibid. Chapel and meeting-houses, ibid. Schools, ibid. Alms-houses, ibid. Account of Belper-park, clxix.

Benefices, account of, xii.

Bennet, family of, liv. Arms, ibid.

Bentinck, family of, xlix, 1. Arms, 1.

Bentley, family of, cxviii. Arms, ibid.

Bentley, township and manor of, 201.

Bentley-hall, 201.

Beresford, family of, lxxvii. Arms, lxxviii.

Beresford, Thomas, epitaph, on, 48.

Bernake, family of, c. Arms, ibid.

Beton, John, epitaph on, 146.

Biggin, 174.

Biggin, township of, 301.

Bill, curious one of a surgeon, 298, note.

Birchover, township and manor of, 305.

Birchwood, village of, 217.

Bird, family of, cxviii. Arms, ibid.

Birds of Derbyshire, account of, clxxxix.

Birley-grange, 85.

Birom, family of, clv. Arms, ibid.

Blackwall, family of, cxviii. Arms, cxix.

Blackwall, manor and township of, 42.

Blackwall, village of, 194.

Blackwell, parish and manor of, 49. Church, ibid. ancient stone cross in the church-yard, ccxxxv.

Blount, family of, lix. Arms, lx.

Blythe, family of, civ. Arms, ibid.

Bole-hill, village of, 22O.

Bolsover, parish and town of, 49. Market, &c. ibid. Manor, ibid. 50. Castle, 51. 53, 54. Magnificent entertainment there of King Charles I. ibid. 52. Church, 55. Meeting, ibid. 309. School, 56.

Bonell, family of, cxix. Arms, ibid.

Bonnington, family of, clv. Arms, ibid.

Bonsall, parish of, 56. Manor, ibid. 57. School, 57, 58.

Borough towns, list of, xviii.

Borough-wood, manor of, 257.

Borrow, family of, lxxiv. Arms, ibid.

Bosville, family of, cxix. Arms, ibid.

Bough-wood, 208.

Boundaries of the county, clxx, clxxi.

Bowden, family of, cxix. Arms, ibid.

Bowden-edge, township of, 73.

Bowden-hall, 73.

Boylston, parish and manor of, 58.

Boythorp, manor of, 83.

Brackenfield, township of, 215.

Bradbourn, or Bradborne, parish of, 59. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid.

Bradbourn, family of, civ. Arms, clvi.

Bradley, parish of, 64, 65.

Bradbury, family of, clvi. Arms, ibid.

Bradshaw, family of, lxxviii. Arms, Ixxix.

Bradway-hall, 222.

Bradwell, township of, 184.

Brailsford, family of, cxx. Arms, ibid.

Brailsford, parish of, 65. Manor, ibid. Church, 66.

Brandside, 174.

Brampton, parochial chapelry of, 85. Manor, ibid. Chapel, 86. School, 87. Ancient monument there, ccxxiv.

Brassington, parochial chapelry and manor of, 62. Chapel and rectory, 62, 63. School, 63.

Breadsall, parish of, 66. Manor, 67. Church, 68. School, ibid.

Breaston, parochial chapelry of, 251.

Brereton, family of, cxx. Arms, ibid.

Bretby, parochial chapelry of, 239. Manor of, ibid. Castle of, captured by the parliament forces, ibid. Present state of the castle and park, 240, 241. Chapel, 242. School, ibid.

Bretby-hall, 241,242. Farming establishment of the Earl of Chesterfield there, 242.

Breton, family, arms of, ci.

Brett-Griffe, 60.

Brimington, chapelry of, 87.

Brimington, family of, ci.

Brislingcote, or Brisingcote, manor of, 69.

Bristowe, family of, Ixxix. Arms, ibid.

Britons, ancient remains of, in Derbyshire, account of, cciii—ccv.

Broadlow, or Bradley-Ash, township of, 12, 13.

Brough, township of, 184. Account of a Roman station there, ccxvi.

Broughton. See Church-Broughton.

Broughton (West), manor of, 131.

Browne, Francis, Epitaph on, 217

Brownside, 168.

Browne of Hungry-Bentley, family of, clvii. Arms, ibid.

Browne of Marsh-hall, family of, clvi. Arms, ibid.

Browne of Snelston, family of, clvi. Arms, ibid.

Brushfield, manor and township of, 31.

Bugsworth, 168.

Bulkeley, family of, clvii. Arms, ibid.

Bullock, family of, cxx. Arms, ibid.

Buntingfield, 19.

Burbadge river, clxxviii.

Burdett, family of, lxviii. Arms, ibid.

Burnaston, manor of, 162.

Burrow-Ash, 224.

Burton, Edward, epitaph on, 79, note.

Burton-on-Trent, parish of, 69.

Burton, family of, cxxi. Arms, ibid.

Butler, family of, lv. Arms, ibid.

Butterley-hall, 230.

Butterley, manor of, 230.

Buxton, family of, lxxix. Arms, lxxx.

Buxton, parochial chapelry of, 34. Account of its ancient state, ibid, note. Waters of, frequently visited by Mary Queen of Scots, 34, 35. Baths, clxxxix. 36, 37. Market, &c. 37. Fund for poor, ibid. Chapel and meeting-houses, 38. School, ibid. Roman roads in the vicinity of Buxton, ccxii, ccxiii. Account of a Roman station there, ccxvi, ccxvii.

Buxton, Jedidiah, biographical notice of, 157, and note.

C.

Cachehors, family of, ci. Arms, ibid.

Cadman, family of, ci.

Calamine of Derbyshire, account of, cxcvi.

Caldlow, manor of, 296.

Caldwell, parochial chapelry of, 263. Manor, ibid, 264.

Calke, parish of, 70. Priory, ibid. Church, ibid.

Callow, manor of, 296.

Callow-hall, 297.

Calow, manor and township of, 82.

Calton, family of, lxxx. Arms, ibid.

Camomile extensively cultivated in Derbyshire, cxcii, cxciii.

Camps, Roman, vestiges of, ccxviii.

Canals, navigable, account of, clxxix—clxxxi.

Carsington, parish of, 70. Church, ibid. School, 71.

Castles, ancient, notice of ccxxxvi.

Castle-Gresley, manor of, 170.

Castleton, parish of, 71. Peak castle, ibid. ccxxxvi. Church, 72. Hospital, ibid. School, ibid. 309.

Catton, manor of, 93.

Cauz, or De Cauceis, family of, ci. Arms, ibid.

Cave, family of, lxviii. Arms, lxix.

Cavendish, Dukes of Devonshire, family of, xlviii. Arms, xlix. Notices of some distinguished individuals of this family, 115, 116.

Cavendish and Holies, Dukes of Newcastle, family of, lv. Arms, lvi.

Cavendish, Lord Waterpark, family of, lv. Arms, ibid.

Cavendish, William, first Duke of Newcastle, magnificent fetes given by, to Charles l. 51, 52. Anecdotes of him and his Duchess, 52, 53.

Cavendish, Sir William, account of, 147.

Cavendish-bridge, 23.

Chaddesden, parochial chapelry of, 260. Chapel, ibid. School, 261. Alms house, ibid.

Chaloner, family of, clvii. Arms, ibid.

Champeyne, family of, cii. Arms, ibid.

Chapel-en-le-Frith, town and parish of, 73. Market, &c. ibid. Church, 74.

Chandos, family of, cii. Arms, ibid.

Character of the inhabitants in the 17th century, iv.

Charles I., splendid reception of, at Bolsover castle, 51, 52.

Charlesworth, hamlet of, 166. Chapel, ibid.

Charleton, family of, clvii. Arms, ibid.

Chatsworth, hamlet and manor of, 146.

Chatsworth old hall, notice of, 149. Mary Queen of Scots confined there, ibid. Account of the building of the present mansion, 150— 153. Description of it, 153, 154. Gardens and waterworks, 154. Visited by Marshal Tallard, ibid; and by the King of Denmark, 155. Its situation, ibid.

Chaworth. family of, cii. Arms, ibid.

Chellaston, parish of, 75. Manors, ibid. Church, ibid. Ancient monuments there, ccxxviii. ccxxxii.

Chelmorton, township of, 38. Chapel, ibid. Meeting-houses, 39. School, ibid.

Cheney, family of, cxxi. Arms, ibid.

Chester, when made a distinct diocese, 247, note.

Chester, Little, manor of, 123. Account of a Roman road in the vicinity of, ccxiii. Roman station there, ccxv.

Chesterfield, Earls of, 1.

Chesterfield, town and parish of, 75. Manor, 76. Market, &c. 76, 77. Sessions, 77. Population at different periods, ibid. Manufactures, ibid. Historical events relating to this town, ibid, 78. Church, 78—80, and notes. Ancient monument there, ccxxxii. Chantries, 80. Chapels, ibid. Meeting-houses, ibid. Grammar-schools, 80, 81. Hospital, 81. Alms-houses, 81, 82.

Chesterfield canal, account of, clxxix.

Chetham, family of, cxxi. Arms, cxxii.

Chilcote, chapelry of, 88. Manor, 89. Chapel, ibid.

Chinley, 168.

Chisworth, 168, 169.

Church Architecture of Derbyshire, account of, ccxix—ccxxi. Saxon, ccxix. Of the 13th, 14th, I5th, and 16th centuries, ccxx, ccxxi.

Church-Broughton, parish of, 68. Manor, 69. School, ibid.

Church-Gresley, manor of, 170.

Church-Langley, manor of, 196.

Church-Somersall, 256.

Cibber, the sculptor, notice of, 151, note.

Civil divisions of Derbyshire, xi.

Clarke of Ashgate, family of, cxxii. Arms, ibid.

Clarke of Somersall, family of, cxxii. Arms, ibid.

Clay-Lane, township of, 288. Manor, 289.

Clay, family of, cxxii. Arms, ibid.

Clifton, township of, 11.

Clown, parish of, 89. Manor, ibid. School, ibid.

Coal strata of Derbyshire, account of, clxxiv; and of the principal coal mines and collieries, cxcviii.

Coape, family of, cxxiii. Arms, ibid.

Cocks, family of, clviii. Arms, ibid.

Cocksbench, 141.

Codnor, manor of, 180, 181. Castle, ccxxxvi. 181.

Coins, Roman, found in Derbyshire, ccvii, ccviii.

Cokaine, family of, cxxiii. Arms, ibid.

Cokaine, Sir Thomas, notice of, 7, 8. Epitaph on, 8, note.

Coke of Longford, family of, lxxii. Arms, lxxiii.

Coke of Trusley, family of, lxxxi. Arms, ibid.

Cold-Eaton, manor of, 13.

Colleges, notice of xvii, xviii.

Columbell, family of, cxxiii. Arms, cxxiv.

Colwich, family of, clviii. Arms, ibid.

Combe's-edge, 184.

Combe-moss, Roman camp at, ccxviii.

Compton, township of, 11.

Conksbury, 306.

Copper ores, notice of, clxxxv.

Coralline bodies found in Derbyshire, notice of, clxxxvii.

Cotman.hay, hamlet of, 192.

Coton-in-the-Elms, township and manor of, 202.

Cotton, family of lxxxi. Arms, lxxxii.

Cotton manufactories of Derbyshire, account of, cci, ccii.

Coumbs, 208.

Courts, iii. Duchy court of Lancaster, ibid. Peverell court, iv. Barmote court, ibid.

Cowley, manor of, 100.

Crankston, 174.

Crauford, Major-General, captures Stavely-house, 265.

Cresswell, manor of, 158.

Cresswell, village and manor of, 286.

Crich, parish of, 89. Market &c. 90. Manor, ibid. Church, 90, 91. Ancient British remains at, ccv.

Criche, family of, cxxiv. Arms, ibid.

Cromford, village and parochial chapelry of, 299. Manor, ibid. Cotton works, 300. Roman pig of lead found there, ccvi.

Cromford canal, account of, clxxix, clxxx.

Crompton, family of, Ixxxii. Arms, ibid.

Cromwell, family of, lix. Arms, ibid.

Crosses, ancient, of stone, ccxxxiv—ccxxxvi.

Crowdecote, 174.

Croxall, parish of, 92. Manor, ibid. Church, 93. Ancient monument there, ccxxv. School, 93.

Crystals of Derbyshire, account of, clxxxv.

Cubley, parish of, 94. Fair, ibid. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. Ancient monument there, ccxxvii.

Culland, 65.

Curbar, 32.

Curteis, family of, clviii. Arms, ibid.

Curzon of Breadsall, family of, cii. Arms, ibid.

Curzon of Scaredale, family of, lii. Arms, liii.

Customs observed in Derbyshire, account of, ccxl, ccxli.

D.

Dakeyne, or Dakins, family of, cxxiv. Arms, ibid.

Dalbury, parish and manor of, 94.

Dale, family of, lxxxii. Arms, ibid.

Dale-abbey, account of, 95, 96. Chapel, 96.

Dalton, family of, clviii. Arms, ibid.

Danes invade Derbyshire, vi. Expelled, vii. Return again, and are defeated, ibid. Take Derby, 107.

Daniell, family of, ciii. Arms, ibid.

Darky, family of, ciii. Arms, ibid.

Darley, parish of, 96. Fairs, ibid. Manor, 97. Church, 99. Ancient monument there, ccxxxii. School, 99.

Darley-abbey, 112. 122.

Darley, village of, 123.

Darley-moor, village of, 217.

Deane, family of, clix. Arms, ibid.

Dear-leap, charity school at, 289.

Deer-parks, account of, clxix, clxx.

De Ferrars, Robert, Earl of Derby, defeated by Prince Henry, 77.

Degge, family of, cxxv. Arms, ibid.

Deincourt, family of, lxi. Arms, ibid.

Deincourt, Lord, Earl of Scarsdale, notice of, 271.

Denby, parochial chapelry of, 188. Manor, ibid. Chapel, 189. School, ibid.

Derby canal, account of, clxxx.

Derby, Earls of, lvi.

Derby, town of, 101. Government, ibid. Privileges of the burgesses, 102. Right of election, ibid. Assizes, 103. Public edifices, ibid. Societies, ibid. Markets, &c. ibid. Ancient and present population, 103, 104. Ancient and present manufactures, ibid. 105, 106. First silk-mill erected there, 105. Stocking and porcelain manufactories, 106. Progress of its trade, ibid. Captured by the Danes, 107. Visited by Mary Queen of Scots, 107, 108; and by King Charles I., 109. Entered by the Pretender, but evacuated, x, xi. 109, 110. Eminent men, natives or residents of Derby, 110, 111. Abbey and other religious houses, 112—114. Churches, 114. Notice of All-Saints church, ccxi. 115—119; ancient monuments there, ccxxxi. Church and parish of St. Alkmund, 120, 121. Schools, 120. 122. Alms-house, 120. Parish of St. Michael, 123. Parish of St. Peter, 124. Free grammar school, 125. Infirmary, 126. Ordnance depot, 126. Parish and church of St. Werburgh, 128. Charitable donations to, 129. School, ibid. Hospital, ibid. Meeting houses of Dissenters in Derby, 121. 129. Earls of Derby, lvi.

Derbyshire, general history of, i. Inhabitants and government, ibid. Historical events, vi. Ecclesiastical and civil division of the county, xi. Table of parishes, xiii. Monasteries, colleges, and ancient hospitals, xvii. Borough and market-towns, xviii. Disused markets, xix. Fairs, ibid. Disused fairs, xxi. Population, xxi—xxxiv. Division of property at the time of Edward the Confessor, and when Domesday Survey was taken, xxxv—xlvii. Nobility of the county, xlviii —liv. Irish peers who have seats in Derbyshire, Iv. Extinct peerages, ibid, lvi.—lx. Baronial families extinct, lxi. Noblemen's seats, lxii. Baronets, lxiii. Baronets who were not described as of Derbyshire at the time of their creation, Ixviii. Extinct baronets, lxix—lxxiv. Baronets' seats, lxxv. Gentry, lxxv—xcviii. Families extinct before the time of the Heralds' visitations, xcix—cxi. Families extinct, or removed out of the county, since 1500, cxii—clii. Families of whom it has not been ascertained whether they are or are not extinct, cliii— clxvii. Gentlemen's seats, clxvii—clxix. Forests and deer-parks, clxix, clxx. Geographical and geological description of the county, clxx—clxxxiv. Natural history, clxxxiv—cxcii. Produce, cxcii—cc. Manufactures, cc—cciii. British antiquities, cciii—ccv. Roman antiquities, ccv—ccviii. British and Roman roads and stations, ccviii –ccxviii. Ancient church architecture, ccxix —ccxxxiv. Remains of monastic buildings, ccxxxiv. Ancient stone crosses and pillars, ccxxxiv—ccxxxv. Ancient castles, ccxxxvi. Ancient mansion-houses, cxxxvi—ccxl. Customs, ccxli, ccxlii.

Derwent, chapelry of, 177.

Derwent river, account of, clxxvi, clxxvii.

Dethick, family of, cxxv. Arms, cxxvi.

Dethick, hamlet of, 20. Chapel, 21.

Devonshire, Dukes of, xlviii. Notices of several, 148.

Dissenting congregations in Derbyshire, list of, 306, 307.

Divisions, ecclesiastical and civil, xi.

Donisthorpe, manor of, 172.

Dore, parochial chapelry and manor of, 134. School, 310.

Dove river, notice of, clxxvii.

Doveridge, town and parish of, 129. Market, &c. ibid. Manor, 129, 130. Church, 130. Ancient monument there, ccxxix.

Drakelow, manor of, 170.

Draper, family of, cxxvi. Arms, ibid.

Draycot, family of, clix. Arms, ibid.

Draycote, village of, 249.

Dronfield, parish of, 131. Fairs, &c. ibid. Manor, ibid, 132. Church, 132. Ancient mopage n="335"> nument there, ccxxvi. ccxxviii. Meeting-houses, 133. Grammar school, ibid. 310.

Duchy Court of Lancaster, jurisdiction of, iii. iv.

Duckmanton, parish of, 135. School, ibid.

Duffield, parish of, 135. Manor, 136. Church, ibid. 137. Ancient monument there, ccxxxii, ccxxxiii. Meetings, 137. School, ibid. Alms houses, 138.

Dune, family of, ciii. Arms, ibid.

Dunston, manor of, 83.

Dunston Hall, 83.

Durant, family of, cxxvi. Arms, ibid.

E.

Earl's Sterndale, Chapel of, 176.

Eaton, little, manor of, 123.

Eaton-Dovedale, manor of, 130.

Ecclesburn river, clxxviii.

Ecclesiastical and civil division of the county, xi, xii.

Eckington, parish of, 142. Manor, ibid. Church, 143. School, ibid. 310.

Edale, chapelry of, 73.

Edensor, parish of, 145. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. 146.

Edingale, or Edinghall, manor of, 93.

Edlaston, parish of, 155. Manor, ibid.

Egginton, parish of, 155. Manor, ibid. 156. Church, ibid.

Egginton Heath, the Royalists defeated at, 155.

Elden Hole, notice of, clxxii, note.

Elmton, parish of, 157. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid.

Elton, parochial chapelry of, 305.

Elvaston, parish of, 158. Manor, ibid. Church, 159.

Elvaston Hall, ravaged by the Parliament forces, 158.

Eminences, comparative height of, in Derbyshire, clxxv, note.

Eminent persons connected with the county, v, vi. 307.

Erwash canal, account of, clxxix.

Erwash river, notice of, clxxvii, clxxviii.

Ethelfteda, Countess of Mercia, defeats the Danes, vii.

Ethrow river, clxxviii.

Etwall, parish and township of, 159. Manor, ibid. 160. Church, ibid. Ancient monument there, ccxxxiii. Account of a great tempest in this parish, 160, 161, notes. Hospital, 161. 162. School, 162. 310.

Every, family of, lxiv. Arms, ibid.

Extent of the county, clxx, clxxi.

Eyam, parish of, 162. Manor, ibid. Church, 163. Ravages of the plague there in 1665, 163, and note 164. Benevolence of the Rector on that occasion, 164. School, ibid. Ancient stone cross there, ccxxxv.

Eyre, family of, lxxxii, lxxxiii. Arms, lxxxiv.

Eyre, Lord Newburgh, family of, liv. Arms, ibid.

F.

Fairfield, parochial chapelry of, 186. School, ibid.

Fairs, list of, xix, xx. Disused fairs, xxi.

Fanshawe, family of, cxxvi. Arms, cxxvii.

Fasting Woman, account of, 27, 28.

Fenny Bentley, parish and manor of, 48, 49. Church, 48. Ancient mouument there, ccxxx.

Ferne, family of, cxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Fernilee, township of, 184.

Ferrars, family of, lvi. Arms, lvii. See also De Ferrars.

Finderne, family of, cxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Finderne, parochial chapelry of, 227. Chapel, ibid. Meeting-houses there, 228.

Fisher, family of, cxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Fitz-Ercald, family of, ciii. Arms, ibid.

Fitzherbert, of Tissington, family of, lxvi. Arms, lxvii.

Fitzherbert, of Norbury, family of, cxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Fitz-Ralph, family of, lxii.

Flagg, 39.

Fletcher, family of, cxxviii. Arms, cxxix.

Flintham, Richard, epitaph on, 79, note.

Fluor-spar of Derbyshire, account of, cxcvii.

Folcher, or Foucher, family of, civ.

Foljambe, family of, lxxi. Arms, ibid.

Fonts, ancient, account of, ccxxiii.

Ford, 73.

Ford, village of, 288.

Ford-hall, 74.

Foreside, 168.

Foremark, parochial chapelry of, 242. Chapel, 243.

Forests, account of, clxix, clxx.

Fosbrooke, family of, lxxxiv. Arms, ibid.

Fossils of Derbyshire, account of, clxx xiv.clxxx vii.

Foston, Manor of, 252.

Foxlow, 174.

Fowne, or Le Fun, family of, civ.

Fox, family of, clix. Arms, ibid.

Franceis, or Francis, of Foremark, family ef, cxxix. Arms, ibid.

Francis, family of, civ. Arms, ibid.

Frecheville, family of, lx. Arms, ibid. Memorials of, 265.

Friendly Societies, number of, in Derbyshire, 307.

Froggatt, 32.

Frost, severe, notice of, 74, note. 304.

Fulwood, family of, cxxix. Arms, ibid.

G.

Gamelsley, 166.

Gell, of Hopton, family of, lxxiii. Arms, ibid.

Gell, of Middleton and Wirksworth, family of, lxxxiv. Arms, lxxxv.

Gell, Sir John, notice of the achievements of, during the rebellion, viii—x. 297—299. Defeats the Royalists at Egginton heath, 155. His hatred of Sir John Stanhope, 158. Marries his widow, ibid. note. Takes Bretby castle, 239,and Sir J. Harpur's house, and Swarkston bridge, 275. Winfield Manor-house taken by him, ix, x. 291, 292. His character, 297, note.

Gell, Colonel Thomas; Sutton-hall taken by, 271.

Gell-Chapel, 294, note.

General history of Derbyshire, iii—xii.

Gernon, family of, civ. Arms, ibid.

Gibbons, (Grinlin, the sculptor), notice of, 152, note.

Gilbert, Mrs. Elizabeth, account of, 257, note.

Gilbert, of Locko, family of, cxxix. Arms, cxxx.

Gilbert, alias Kniveton, of Youlgrave, family of, cxxx. Arms, ibid.

Gill, family of, cxxx. Arms, cxxxi.

Girardot, family of, lxxxv. Arms, ibid.

Gisborne, family of, cxxxi. Arms, ibid.

Gladwin, family of, lxxxv. Arms, ibid.

Glapwell, family of, civ.

Glapwell, manor of, 56.

Glass, painted, account of, ccxxii. Specimens of, ibid.

Glossop, parish of, 165. Fair, ibid. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. Schools, ibid. 166. Cotton mills, 166. Population, ibid. Account of the Woollen manufactures there, cc.

Gooseberry-tree, extraordinary size of one, 18.

Gotham, family of, ci,v. Arms, ibid.

Goushill, family of, cv. Arms, ibid.

Goyt river, clxxviii.

Grand Trunk canal, account of, clxxix.

Grange-field, 281.

Gratton, township and manor of, 305.

Great-Hamlet, 168.

Great-Hucklow, township and manor of, 184.

Great-Longesdon, chapelry of, 39.

Great-Rowsley, manor of, 30.

Great-Wilne, hamlet of, 22.

Greaves, family of, lxxxv. Arms, ibid.

Green-Hill, manor of, 223. Village, 220.

Greensmith, family of, clix. Arms, ibid.

Gregg, family of, cxxxi. Arms, ibid.

Gregson, family of, clx. Arms, ibid.

Gresley, family of, lxiii. Arms, ibid. Particulars of several individuals belonging to it, 171.

Gresley, parish of, 169. Church, 170.

Grey, of Codnor, family of, lvii Arms, lviii.

Grey, De Wilton, family of, lviii. lix.

Grey, of Sandiacre, family of, cv.

Griff, manor of, 302.

Griff-Grange, 60.

Grindlow, manor of, 185.

Grindstone-mills, account of, cciii.

Gypsum, quarries of, cxcix.

H.

Hackenthorp, 47.

Hacker, family of, clx.

Haddon-Hall, 29. Account of its architecture, ccxxxvi—ccxxxviii.

Hallam. See Kirk-Hallam, and West Hallam.

Hallowes, family of, lxxxvi. Arms, ibid.

Halton, family of, lxxxvi. Arms, ibid.

Handley, manor of, 267.

Hanley, village of, 288.

Hanson-Grange, 275.

Hardinge, family of, cxxxii. Arms, ibid.

Hardwick, manor of, 190. Hall, account of, 190, 191. ccxxxviii, ccxxxix. School, 191.

Hardwick, family of, cxxxii. Arms, ibid.

Harehill, 58.

Harewood-Grange, 33.

Hargate, manor of, 156.

Harpur, family of, lxiii. Arms, lxiv.

Harpur, Sir John, house of, taken by the rebels, 274, 275.

Hartshay, village of, 229.

Hartshorn, parish of, 176. Manor, ibid. Church, 177. Ancient monument there, ccxxx. School, 177.

Harthill, manor of, 30.

Hartington, town and parish of, 174. Market, &c. ibid. Manor, 175. Church, ibid. 176. School, 176.

Hartington-Hall, 175.

Hasland, manor of, 82.

Haselbrowe-Hall, 223.

Hassop, manor of, 30. Hall, ibid.

Hastings, family of, lxvii. Arms, ibid.

Hathcote, manor of, 172.

Hathersage, family of, cv. Arms, ibid.

Hathersage, parish of, 177. Manor, ibid. Church, 178. Ancient monument there, ccxxviii. ccxxvix. School, &c. 178. Account of ancient British remains on Hathersage Moor, ccv. ccviii.

Halton, township and manor of, 205.

Hayfield, parochial chapelry of, 167. Fairs, ibid. Chapel, 167, 168. Meeting-houses, 168.

Hazlebach, or Hazlebadge, manor of, 185.

Hazlewood, 138.

Heage, manor of, 140. Chapel, 141. School, 312.

Heanor, parish of, 179. Manor, 180. Church, ibid.

Hault-Hucknall, parish of, 189. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid, 190.

Heath, parish of, 182. Church, ibid.

Heathcote, family of, lxxxvi. Arms, lxxxvii.

Heathcote, manor of, 172.

Heathcote, village of, 174.

Heathcote Ward, manor of, 264.

Helyon family of, cv. Arms, ibid.

Hemsworth, village of, 220.

Henmore, village of, 288.

Heriz, family of, cv. Arms, ibid.

Herthill, family of, cvi. Arms, ibid.

Herthill, manor of, 30.

Hieron, Rev. John, biographical notice of, 68.

Higham, village and manor of, 253, 254.

High-Edge, manor of, 140. Chapel, 141.

Highfield, manor of, 83.

Highlow, manor of, 185.

High-Needham, village of, 174.

Hill-Somersall, 256, 270.

Hilton, township and manor of, 205.

History, general, i. Inhabitants and government, iii—v. Historical events, vi—xi.

Hobbes, John, biographical notice of, 189, 190.

Hodgkinson, family of, cxxxii. Arms, ibid.

Hognaston, parochial chapelry of, 14.

Hogan, Houne, or Hoon, township and manor of, 205, 206.

Holbrook, manor of, 141. Chapel, 142.

Holden, family of, lxxxvii, 307. Arms, lxxxvii.

Holland, manor of, 294.

Hollington, manor and township of, 201.

Holme, manor of, 83.

Holmesfield, parochial chapelry and manor of, 134, 135. School, 135.

Hope, family of, lxxxvii, Arms, ibid.

Hope, parish of, 183. Market, &c. ibid. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. School, 184.

Hope-Hall, 183.

Hopkinson, family of, cxxxiii.

Hopton, family of, cvi.

Hopton, township of, 297. Alms-house, 299.

Hopwell, manor of, 249.

Home, family of, cxxxiii. Arms, ibid.

Horsley, parish of, 186. Manor, ibid. 187. Park, 187. Church, ibid. 188.

Horsley-Gate, 135.

Horton, family of, lxxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Hospitals, ancient, notice of, xvii. xviii.

Hough, or How-Grange, 60.

Hucklow, Great, township of, 184.

Hucklow, Little, township and manor of, 185.

Hulland, township and manor of, 11.

Hulland-ward, 217.

Hungry-Bentley, township and manor of, 201.

Hunloke, family of, lxv. Arms, ibid.

Hunloke, Sir Henry, biographical notice of, 88.

Hunsdon-Grange, 275.

Hurdlow, 175.

Hunt, family of, clx. Arms, ibid.

Hurt, family of, lxxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Hutlon, William, F. S. A. notice of, 111.

I. & J.

Jackson, family of, clx. Arms, ibid.

Ibole, or Ible, 297.

Iderich-hay, township of, 301.

Jebb, family of, lxxxviii. Arms, ibid,

Jenkinson, family of, lxxiii. Arms, lxxiv.

Ilkeston, town and parish of, 192. Market, &c. ibid. Manor, ibid. Church, 193. Alms-houses, &c. ibid.

Independent congregations, list of, in Derbyshire,308

Ingleby, manor of, 243. Hall, ibid.

Ingwardby, family of, cvi. Arms, ibid.

Inhabitants, ancient name of, iii. Character and modes of living in the 17th century, iv. v. Notice of eminent inhabitants of the county, or connected with it, v. vi. Number of, in the 8th century, xxi. At the close of the 18th century, xxi, xxii, note. In 1801, and 1811, xxi, xxii. Returns of xxiii—xxxiv.

Intakes, 217.

Jodre'l, family of, cxxxiii. Arms, ibid.

Johnson, family of, clx.

Ireton, family of, cxxxiii. Arms, ibid.

Ireton-Hall, 195.

Iron mines, of Derbyshire, account of, cxcvii, cxcviii. And of manufactories connected with the iron trade, ccii.

Ithersay, township of, 301.

Ivenbrook, manor of, 299.

K.

Kedleston, parish of, 194. Manor of, ibid. Hall, ibid. Church, 195. Sulphureous spring at, cxci, Ancient monuments in the church, ccxxiv. ccxxx.

Kendall, family of, cxxxiv. Arms, ibid.

Kidderslcy, manor and park of, 214.

Kilburn, township of, 188.

Killamarsh, parochial chapelry of, 144. Manor, ibid. Chapel, 145.

Kinardsley, family of, clxi. Arms, ibid.

Kinder, 168.

King's Newton, manor of, 212.

Kirk-Hallam, parish of, 172. Manor, ibid. Church, 173. School, ibid.

Kirk-Ireton, parish of, 193. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. School, 194.

Kniveton, family of, lxix. Arms, lxx. See also Gilbert, alias Kniveton.

Kniveton, parish of, 196. Manor, ibid. Rectory, ibid. School, ibid.

Knowle-Hill, 243.

L.

Laguerre, a French painter, notice of, 151, note.

Langley, village of, 179, 182.

Langley, parish of, 196. Manor, ibid. Church, 198. Ancient monument there, ccxxxiii. School, 198.

Langley-Meynel, manor of, 197.

Langwith, parish of, 198. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid.

Lathbury, family of, cvi. Arms, ibid.

Lathbury, of Holme, family of, clxi. Arms, ibid.

Lathkill river, clxxviii.

Lea, hamlet of, 21. Chapel, 22. Meeting-house, ibid.

Lea-Hall, 60.

Lead mines of Derbyshire, account of, clxxxiv. clxxxv. cxciii—cxcvi. ccii. Account of Roman pigs of lead, ccvi.

Leake, family of, lvii. Arms, ibid.

Leather-Manufacture, account of, ccii.

Leche, family of, cxxxiv. Arms, ibid.

Lee, family of, cxxxiv. Arms, ibid.

Leigh, family of, cxxxiv. Arms, cxxxv.

Levet, family of, cvi. Arms, ibid.

Levinge, family of, lxxiv. Arms, ibid.

Lightwood, village of, 220.

Limestone strata of Derbyshire, account of, clxxi, clxxii, clxxiii. clxxxvi. Account of the principal quarries of, cxcix.

Linacre, 85.

Linacre, family of, cxxxv. Arms, ibid.

Linen manufactures, account of, ccii.

Linton, manor of, 171.

Lister, family of, clxi. Arms, ibid.

Litchurch, manor of, 126.

Little-Chester, manor of, 123.

Little-Eaton, manor of, 123.

Little-Hallam, hamlet of, 192.

Little-Ireton, manor of, 195. Hall, 196.

Little-Norton, village of, 220.

Little-Over, parochial chapel of, 228.

Little-Rowsley, manor of, 98, 99.

Little-Wilne, parochial chapelry and manor of, 248. Church, 249. Ancient monument there, ccxxxi.

Litton, 279.

Litton, or Lytton, family of, cxxxv. Arms, ibid.

Locko, or Lockhay, village and manor of, 258, 259.

Lovett, family of, clxi. Arms, ibid.

Lombe, Mr. John, account of, 105, and note.

Long-Eaton, chapelry of, 249. Manor, 250.

Longesdon, Great, or Longstone, chapelry of, 39, 40. Chapel, ibid.

Longford, family of, cxxxv. Arms, cxxxvi.

Longford, parish and township of, 199. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. Ancient monument there, ccxxvi. Alms-house, 200. School, ibid.

Long Lane, a Roman road, account of, ccxiii. ccxiv.

Longstone, Little, township of, 40. Manor, ibid.

Longsdon, family of, lxxxviii. Arms, lxxxix.

Loscoe-Park, 182.

Loudham, family of, cvii. Arms, ibid.

Lowe, family of, lxxxix. Arms, ibid,

Ludworth, 168, 169. Remains of ancient stone pillars there, ccxxxiv.

Lullington, parish of, 202. Manor, ibid. Church and school, ibid.

M.

Macclesfield, Thomas Parker, first Earl of, notice of, 111.

Mackworth, parish and township of, 202.

Mackworth, family of, cxxxvi. Arms, ibid.

Makeney, hamlet of, 139.

Maese river, clxxviii.

Malcalf, 73.

Manganese, oxid of, cxcvii. Account of mines of, ibid.

Manlove, family of, cxxxvi. Arms, ibid.

Manners, family of, xlviii. xlix. Arms, xlix.

Manners, Sir Roger, inscription on, 286, note.

Manors, list of, with the names of their possessors in the reign of Edward the Confessor; and when the survey of domesday was taken, xxxv—xlvi.

Mansell-Park, 217.

Mansion-Houses, ancient, account of, ccxxxvi— ccxl.

Manufactures, of Derbyshire, account of, cc— cciii.

Mapleton, or Mappleton, parish of, 204, 205. School, ibid.

Markeaton, manor of, 203.

Market-Towns, list of, xviii. Disused markets, xix. 307.

Marston-Montgomery, parochial chapelry of, 94.

Marston-on-Dove, Parish and township of, 204, 205. Manor, 205. Church, ibid.

Mary, Queen of Scots, imprisoned at Winfield Manor-house, viii. note. Plot for rescuing her from thence, 290, 291. Frequently at Buxton, 34—36. Visit of, to Derby, 107, 108. Confined several times in Chatsworth old Hall, 149. Whether confined at Hardwick Hall, 190, 191. Notice of her establishment, 291, note.

Master, family of, cxxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Matlock, parish of, 206. Manor, ibid. Baths, 207. Church, ibid. School, ibid. Roman pig of lead found there, ccvi.

Matley, Dorothy, death of, 20.

Meadow-Pleck, or Meadow-Place, 306.

Measham, parochial chapelry of, 244. Market, &c. ibid. Manor, ibid. Chapel, ibid.

Melandra Castle, account of a Roman station at, ccxiv.

Melbourne, parish of, 209. Manor, ibid Market, &c, ibid. Castle, 210. Chantry, 211. Meeting-houses, ibid. Account of its Saxon church, ccxix. ccxx. 210. Ancient monuments there, ccxxiii, ccxxlv.

Mellor, chapelry of, 168. Manor, ibid. Chapel, 169. School, ibid.

Mellor, family of, lxxxix. Arms, xc.

Mellor-Hall, 168.

Mercaston, township and manor of, 215, 216.

Merry, family of, cxxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Methodists, Wesleyan, list of congregations of, in Derbyshire, 309.

Meverell, Sir Sampson, inscription on, 277, note.

Meverell, family of, cxxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Meynell, family of, xc. Arms, ibid.

Mickle-Over, parish of, 226. Manor, ibid. Manor-house, 227. Church, ibid. School, ibid. 311.

Middleton, family of, xc.

Middleton, township of, 293. and manor, 304. Account of British antiquities at, cciv.

Millford, village of, 139.

Milnes, family of, xci. Arms, ibid.

Milnbay, village of, 179.

Milton, 73.

Milton, manor of, 243.

Milward, family of, cxxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Minerals of Derbyshire, account of, clxxxiv— clxxxvii.

Mines of lead, account of, cxciii. cxcv—cxcvii. Customs of the miners, cxciv, cxcv.

Moldridge, or Moldrich Grange, 60.

Mompesson, Rev. Mr. anecdotes of, 164

Monasteries, notice of, xvii, xviii. Account of monastic remains, ccxxxiv.

Moniash, or Monyash, chapelry of, 40. Manor, ibid. 41. Chapel, 41. Schools, ibid.

Monjoye, family of, cvii. Arms, ibid.

Montgomery, family of, cvii. Arms, ibid.

Monuments, ancient sepulchral, account of, ccxxiii. —ccxxxiv.

Moor, Ann, a pretended fasting woman, mention of, 28.

Moravians, or United Brethren, establishment of, at Ockbrook, 225, 226. 309, 310.

Morewood, family of, xci. Arms, xcii.

Morledge, Brook, clxxviii.

Morley, family of, cvii. Arms, ibid.

Morley, parish of, 212. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. 213. Account of painted glass there, ccxxii. Ancient monuments there, ccxxviii. ccxxxi. ccxxxiii, ccxxxiv.

Morley-Park, 141,

Morteyne, family of, cviii. Arms, ibid.

Morton, parish of, 214. Manor, ibid. 215.

Mossborough, 143. School, ibid.

Moubray, family of, lviii. Arms, ibid.

Mower, family of, xcii. Arms, ibid.

Mugginton, parish of, 215. Manor, ibid. Church, 216. School, ibid.

Mundy, family of, xcii. xciii. Arms, xciii.

Musard, family of, lxi. Arms, ibid.

Musters, manor of, 17.

N.

Natural History of Derbyshire, clxxxiv—cxcii.

Navigable canals, account of, clxxix—clxxxi.

Needham, family of, clxi. Arms, clxii.

Nether-Haddon, manor of, 28, 29.

Nether-Hall, manor of, 98.

Nether-Locko, manor of, 259.

Netherthorpe school, 266.

Newbold, manor and township of, 83. Alms-house, 309.

Newcastle, William, first Duke of, magnificent fêtes given by, to Charles l. 51, 52. Anecdotes of him and his Duchess, 52, 53.

New-Hall, manor of, 16, 264.

New-Mills, village of, 168.

Newton, family of, xciii.

Newton-Grange, manor of, 13.

Newton-Solney, parochial chapelry of, 245. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. Ancient monument there, ccxxvii.

Nightingale, family of, xciii.

Nobility, list of, with their arms, xlviii—liv.; and of Irish peers having seats in the county, lv. List of noblemens' seats, lxii.

Norbury, parish of, 217. Manor, ibid. Church, 218. Ancient monument there, ccxxviii. ccxxxiii. School, ibid.

Normanton, manor and chapel of, 127.

Normanton, South, parish of, 219. Manor, ibid. School, ibid.

North-edge Hall, 19.

North-Winfield. See Winfield.

Norton, parish of, 220. Manor, ibid. Church, 221, 222. School, 222.

Norton-House, 221.

Norton Leys, village of, 220.

Norton-Leys Hall, 223.

Nunsclough, grange of, 281.

Nuns-field, 281.

Nun's Green, 129.

Nutbrook canal, account of, clxxx.

O.

Oakerthorp, manor of, 293.

Oaks, 223.

Oakthorpe, manor of, 172.

Ockbrook, parish of, 224. Manor, 225. Church, ibid. Establishment of the Moravians, or United Brethren, ibid. 226, 310.

Odingsells, family of, cviii. Arms, ibid

Offcote, manor and township of, 13, 14.

Offley, family of, cxxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Ogstone, manor of, 214.

Oldcotes, 182, 272.

Oldgrave, 182.

Old Hall, manor of, 16, 17. 97.

Ollersett-Hall, 168.

Oneash, manor of, 41, 42.

Onston, manor of, 133.

Osborne, family of, cxxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Osmaston, parochial chapelry of, 66.

Osmaston, manor and chapel of, 137, 128.

Over-Burrows, 65.

Over-Haddon, township of, 26. Fasting woman there, 27, 28.

Over-Langwith, parish of, 198. Manor, ibid.

Over-Locko, manor of, 259.

Over-Stubbing, 19.

Overton, village of, 18.

Owlcote, 182, 272.

Owlgreave, 182.

Oycroft, 56.

P.

Packington, parish of, 229.

Padley, family of, cviii.

Padley, manor of, 230.

Padley, Upper, manor of, 178.

Painted Glass, specimens of described, ccxxii.

Palterton, village and manor of, 252.

Parishes, list of, xiii—xvii.

Parker, family of, cxxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Park-Hall, 84, 173, 188.

Parwich, parochial chapelry and manor of, 14, 15.

Peak-Castle, account of, 71, 72. ccxxxvi. List of its governors or castellans, 71, 72, note,

Peak-Forest, extra parochial chapelry of, 179. Account of it, clxix. Intermittent spring in the peak, cxcii.

Peak Forest canal, account of, clxxx, clxxxi.

Pecke, family of, clxii. Arms, ibid.

Peers, list of, with their arms, xlviii—liv. List of Irish Peers having seats in the county, lv. Extinct peerages, lv—lx.; and baronial families, lxi. List of the seats of peers, lxii.

Pegge, family of, xciv. Arms, ibid.

Pegge, Dr. notice of, 82, 284.

Pentrich, parish of, 229. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. Account of a Roman station there, ccxvii. ccxviii.

Perjury, punishment of, 20.

Perpoynt's manor, 17.

Petroleum, or rock oil, of Derbyshire, account of, clxxxv.

Peverell, family of, lxi. Arms, ibid.

Peverell court, jurisdiction of, iv.

Phoside, 168.

Pichard Green, 73.

Pilkington, family of, cxxxix. Arms, ibid.

Pilsley, manor of, 288.

Pindar, family of, cxxxix. Arms, ibid.

Pinxton, parish of, 230, 231. Manor, 231. Church, ibid.

Plague, ravages of, at Eyam in 1665, 163, and note, 164.

Plants, rare, indigenous in Derbyshire, account of, clxxxviii.

Pleasley, or Flesley, parish of, 231. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. Fairs, ibid. Earthquake, 232.

Plesley, family of, cviii.

Plumpton, family of, cviii. Arms, ibid.

Pole, family of, xciv, xcv. Arms, xciv.

Population, in the 8th century, xxi. At the close of the 18th century, xxi. xxii. note. Returns of, in 1801, and 1811, xxiii—xxxiv.

Port, or Porte, family of, cxxxix. Arms, ibid.

Potlac, or Potlock, manor of, 228. Ancient chapel there, ibid.

Pott, family of, cxxxix. Arms, ibid.

Powtrell, family of, cxl. Arms, ibid.

Presbyterian congregations in Derbyshire, 308.

Produce of Derbyshire, account of, cxcii—cc.

Property, division of, at the time of the Domesday survey, xxxv—xlvi. Division of, in later times, xlvii.

Pursglove, Robert, Bishop of Hull, inscription on, 278, note.

Pye, family of, lxxiii. Arms, ibid.

Pymme, family of, clxii.

Q.

Quakers, list of congregations of, in Derbyshire, 308.

Quarndon, manor of, 123. Notice of a chalybeate spring at, cxci.

Quarries of Derbyshire, account of, cxcix, cc.

R.

Radborne, parish of, 232. Manor, ibid. Church, 233. Ancient monument there, ccxxx.

Radcliffe, family of, cxl. Arms, ibid.

Ravendon-Grange, 61.

Ravensdale Park, 217.

Ravenstone, parish of, 233. Manor, ibid. Church, 234. Hospital, ibid.

Raworth, 168.

Renishaw Hall, 144.

Repton, parish of, 235. Ancient name and events there, ibid. Manor, 235—237. Priory, 235. Church, ccxix. 237, 238. Fair, 237. Account of the Grammar school there, 238. Notice of eminent men educated there, ibid. Ancient sepulchral monuments there, ccxxiii.

Reresby, family of, cxl. Arms, cxli.

Revel, family of, cxli. Arms, ibid,

Revestanes, 61.

Revolution of 1688, said to have originated at Whittington Moor, 285.

Ricard, a French painter, notice of, 141, note.

Richmonds, manor of, 294.

Riddings, township of, 3. Manor, 4.

Ridge, 74.

Ridgway, school at, 144.

Ripley, township of, 229. Fairs, &c. ibid.

Risley, parochial chapelry of, 250. Manor, ibid. Chapel, ibid. School, ibid. 251. Román antiquities found at Risley park, ccvii.

Risley, family of, cix. Arms, ibid.

Riston-Grange, 6l.

Rivers of Derbyshire, clxxvi—clxxviii.

Roads of Derbyshire, account of, clxxxi — clxxxiv.

Rodes, family of, lxxii. Arms, ibid.

Rodsley, township and manor of, 201.

Rollesley, or Rowlesley, family of, cxli. Arms, cxlii.

Rolleston, family of, cxlii. Arms, ibid.

Rolleston's Manor, 21.

Roman Antiquities of Derbyshire, account of ccv— ccviii. Roman roads and stations, ccviii— ccxviii.

Roman-Catholic congregations in Derbyshire, 308.

Romeley-Hall, 89.

Roo, or Rowe, family of, cxliii. Arms of, ibid.

Roodlofts, ancient, account of, ccxxii.

Roper, family of, clxii. Arms, clxiii.

Rosell, family of, cx. Arms, ibid.

Rosleston or Rolston manor, 282.

Rossington, family of, clxiii. Arms, ibid.

Roston, manor and village of, 217.

Rother river, notice of, clxxvii.

Rotherham, family of, cxlii. Arms, ibid.

Rouland, Godfrey, cruel treatment of, 39.

Rowe, family of, cxlii. Arms, cxliii.

Rowland, 32.

Rowsley, Little, manor of, 99.

Rowtor, chapel at, 306.

Rowthorn, manor of, 191.

Rushbearing, custom of, ccxl. ccxli.

Rutland, Dukes of, xlviii. xlix.

Ryber Hall, 208.

Ryddings, manor of, 4.

Rye, family of, clxiii. Arms, ibid.

Rykneld Street, an ancient British road, account of, ccix—ccxii.

S.

Sacheverell, family of, cxliii. Arms, cxliv.

Sacrilege, extraordinary instance of punishment of, 236.

Sadler, Sir Ralph, vindications of himself, 107, 108.

Sale, family of, cxliv. Arms, ibid.

Sanders, family of, clxiii. Arms, clxiv.

Sanders, Colonel, notice of, 195, note.

Sandford, family of, clxiv. Arms, ibid.

Sandiacre, parish of, 246. Manor, ibid. Church and rectory, 247.

Sapperton, manor of, 69.

Savage, of Castleton, family of, clxiv. Arms, ibid.

Savage, of Tissington, family of, cix.

Savage, of Steynesby, family of, cxlv. Arms, ibid.

Saville, family of, cxlv. Arms, ibid.

Sawley, parish of, 247. Manor, ibid. Fair, &c. 248. Church and rectory, ibid.

Scarcliffe, parish of, 251. Manor, ibid. Church, 252. Ancient monument there, ccxxxiv. ccxxv.

Scarsdale, Lords, lii.

Scenery of Derbyshire, account of, clxxv, clxxvi.

Screens, ancient, account of, ccxxii.

Scropton, parish of, 252. Manor, ibid. Church and-rectory, 253.

Seasons of 1615, curious particulars concerning, 303, 304.

Seats of noblemen, lists of, lv. lxii. Of baronets, lxxv. Of gentry, lxxv—xcviii. clxvii—clxix.

Segrave, family of, lviii. Arms, ibid.

Selioke, family of, cxlv. Arms, ibid.

Sepulchral Monuments, notice of, ccxxiii—ccxxxiv,

Sessions, where held, iii.

Shacklecross, village of, 224.

Shackerley, family of, clxiv. Arms, ibid.

Shalcross, 186.

Shalcross, family of, cxlv. Arms, cxlvi.

Shardlow, hamlet of, 23.

Shaw, Rev. Stobbing, notice of, 177.

Sheldon, family of, cxlvi.

Sheldon, hamlet or township of, 42. Chapel, ibid.

Shells, fossil, of Derbyshire, account of, clxxxvii.

Shepey, family of, cix. Arms, ibid.

Shepherd, alias Thwaites, family of, clxv. Arms, ibid.

Shipley, manor of, 181.

Shirebrook, village of, 231. Chapel of ease, 232.

Shirland, pariah of, 253. Manor, ibid. 254. Fair, &c. 253. Church and rectory, 254. Ancient monument there, ccxxvii.

Shirley, family of, l. li. Arms, li.

Shirley, parish of, 254. Manor, ibid. 255. Church, 255.

Shore, family of, xcv. Arms, ibid.

Short-Hazles, manor of, 177.

Shottle, manor of, 138.

Shrewsbury, Earl of, vindications of himself, 35, 36, notes.

Shrewsbury, Elizabeth, Countess of, character of, 115, note. Epitaph, and anecdotes of, 116. Alms-house founded by her, 120.

Shuttleworth, family of, xcvi. Arms, ibid.

Silk-mill, the first in England erected at Derby, 105.

Sitting-Low, 73.

Sitwell of Renishaw-hall, family of, lxviii. Arms, ibid.

Sitwell of Steynesby, family of, xcvi.

Slack-hall, 73.

Sleigh, family of, cxlvi Arms, ibid.

Smalley, chapelry of, 213. Manor, ibid. School, 214.

Smerrill-grange, township of, 304.

Smith of Denby, family of, clxv. Arms, ibid.

Smith of Derby, family of, clxv. Arms, ibid.

Smith of Dunston, family of, xcvi. Arms; ibid.

Smithsby, parochial chapelry of, 245. Manor, ibid. Church, 246.

Smithson, Huntingdon, epitaph on, 55, note.

Snelston, parochial chapelry of, 217—219.

Snitterton, family of, cix. Arms, ibid.

Snitterton, manor of, 99, 100.

Snow, great, in 1614 15, account of, 303.

Soils of Derbyshire, geological account of, clxxi— clxxiv.

Solney, family of, cx. Arms, ibid.

Somercotes, township of, 3.

Somersall, family of, cx.

Somersall, or Summershall, 86.

Somersall, parish of, 256.

Somersall-Herbert, 256.

South-Normanton, parish of, 219. Manor, ibid. School, ibid.

South-Winfield, parish of, 289. Manor, ibid. Church, 292, School, ibid. Manor-house, ccxl.

Spar, Derbyshire, account of, clxxxv. cxcvii.

Spateman, family of, cxlvi. Arms, ibid.

Spondon, parish of, 256. Manor, ibid, 257. Church, 258. School, ibid.

Springs, warm, of Derbyshire, clxxxix—cxcii.

Stafford, family of, cx.

Stalls, stone, account of, ccxxii.

Stancliffe-hall, manor of, 98.

Stanesby or Stainsby house, 188.

Stanhope, Earls of Chesterfield, family of, l. Arms, ibid.

Stanhope, Earls of Harrington, family of, lii. Arms, ibid.

Stanhope, Rev. Dr., notice of, 177.

Stanley, parochial chapelry of, 261.

Stanton, township and manor of, 305.

Stanton-by-Bridge, parish of, 261. Manor, ibid.

Stanton-by-Dale, parish of, 262. Church, ibid. Alms-houses, ibid. 263.

Stanton-hall, 305.

Stanton-Ley, manor of, 305.

Stanton-ward, manor of, 264.

Stapenhill, pariah of, 263. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid.

Statham, family of, cxlvi. Arms, cxlvii.

Statham, Thomas, inscription on, 278, note.

Stavely, parish of, 264. Manor, ibid. Church, 265, 266. Rectory, ibid. School, ibid.

Stenson, manor of, 46.

Stetety, or Steetley, 286. Curious Saxon church there described, ccxx.

Stevenson of Matlock, family of, cxlvii.

Stevenson of Ounston, family of, cxlvii. Arms, ibid.

Stevenson of Stanton, &c., family of, cxlvii. Arms, ibid.

Steynsby, manor of, 192.

Stocking manufactures, cci.

Stoke, mauor of, 185.

Stone crosses and pillars, account of ancient, ccxxxiv, ccxxxv.

Stone, family of, clxv.

Stone quarries in Derbyshire, account of, cxcix, cc.

Stones, family of, cxlvii. Arms, cxlviii.

Stoney-Middleton, parochial chapelry of, 179. Tepid spring at, cxci.

Stony-Houghton, village of, 231.

Strata of Derbyshire, geological account of, clxxi—clxxiv.

Strelley, family of, xcvi. Arms, xcvii.

Stretton, manor of, 254.

Stretton, township and manor of, 288, 289.

Stretton-in-the-Fields, parish of, 268. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid.

Stringer, family of, clxv. Arms, ibid.

Stuart, Charles James, the pretender, enters Derby, x.; obliged to evacuate it, xi.

Stubbing, family of, cxlviii. Arms, ibid.

Stubbing-Edge, 19.

Stuffing, or Stuffyn, family of, cxlviii.

Sturston, Upper and Nether, hamlets of, 11, 12. Manor, 12.

Sudbury, parish of, 269. Manor, ibid. Church, ibidt 270.

Summery, remarkably dry, account of, 304.

Surface of Derbyshire, account of, clxxv.

Surgeon's bill, curious, 298.

Sutton, family of, cxlviii. Arms, ibid.

Sutton-hall, 271. Taken by the parliament forces, ibid.

Sutton-in-the-Dale, parish of, 270. Manor, 271, Church, 272.

Sutton-on-the-Hill, parish of, 272. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid, 273. School, 273.

Swadlincote, or Swartlincote, manor of, 171.

Swanwick, school at, 5.

Swarkston, parish of, 273. Church, 274. Ancient monument there, ccxxix. Bridge, 274. Fortified for King Charles I.; but captured by the parliament forces, 274, 275.

Synfen, or Synfin, manor of, 45.

T.

Taddington, Chapel of, 42. School, ibid.

Tallard, Marshal, anecdote of, 154.

Tansley, manor of, 91.

Tapton, manor and township of, 83, 84.

Tapton grove, 87.

Taylor, family of, cxlix. Arms, ibid.

Taylor, Martha, a fasting woman, account of, 27, 28.

Tempest, great, account of, in 1545, 160, 161, notes.

Temple-Normanton, chapelry of, 87. Manor, ibid. Chapel, ibid.

Thacker, family of, cxlix. Arms, ibid.

Thornhill, family of, xcvii. Arms, ibid.

Thornhill, manor of, 186.

Thornsett, 168.

Thorpe, parish of, 275. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid.

Thurlston, manor of, 158, 159.

Thurmansleigh, 281.

Tibshelf, parish of, 276. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid.

Tickenhall, or Ticknall, parochial chapelry of, 246. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. Hospital, ibid.

Tideswell, town and parish of, 276. Market and fairs, ibid, 277. Manor, 277. Church, ccxxi. 277, 278. Ancient monument there, ccxxx. School, 279.

Tissington, parochial chapelry of, 63. Hall, ibid. Chapel, 64. Notice of the custom of dressing wells there with flowers, ccxli.

Toadstone, strata of, described, clxxii, clxxiii. clxxxvi.

Toke, family of, cx. Arms, ibid.

Totley, manor of, 134.

Trent river, account of, clxxvi.

Trent and Mersey canal, account of, clxxix.

Trusley, parish of, 280. Manor, ibid. Church, 281.

Tuchet, family of, lix. Arms, ibid.

Tunstead-mill town, village of, 73.

Tunstead, family of, clxvi. Arms, ibid.

Tupton, township of, 288.

Tupton-hall, 289.

Turbutt, family of, xcvii. Arms, ibid.

Turndich, or Turnditch, parochial chapelry of, 142.

Turner of Derby, family of, cxlix. Arms, cl.

Turner of Swanwick, family of, cl. Arms, ibid.

Turnpike-roads of Derbyshire, account of, clxxxi —clxxxiv.

Twyford, family of, cx. Arms, ibid.

Twyford, village and manor of, 46. Chapel, ibid School, 309.

U.

Ufton, manor of, 293.

Ulkerthorpe, manor of, 293.

Underwood, manor and township of, 14.

Unitarian congregations in Derbyshire, 308.

United Brethren, Establishment of, at Ockbrook, 225, 226.

Unston, manor of, 133.

Unthank, 135.

Upper Locko, manor of, 259.

Upper-Padley, manor of, 178.

Upper Thurvaston, village of, 201.

V.

Valerian, extensive cultivation of, cxciii.

Vernon, family of, liii. liv. Arms, liv. Memorials and epitaphs on some individuals of, 269, 270, note.

Verrio, the painter, notice of, 151, note,

W.

Wagstaffe, family of, clxvi. Arms, ibid.

Waingriff, 230.

Wakebridge, family of, cxi. Arms, ibid.

Wakebridge, manor of, 91.

Wakelin, family of, clxvi. Arms, ibid.

Wakes, how celebrated in Derbyshire, ccxli.

Waldeshef, family of, cxi. Arms, ibid.

Walkelin, family of, cxi. Arms, ibid.

Walton, manor and township of, 84, 85.

Walton-upon-Trent, parish of, 281. Manor, ibid. Church, 282. School, ibid.

Walton-hall, 282.

Wardlow, township of, 40.

Warsop-Wood, 232.

Watchell, 85.

Wells, family of, cl. Arms, ibid.

Wells, dressed with flowers, at Tissington, ccxli.

Wendesley, or Wensley, manor of, 100.

Wendesley, or Wensley, family of, cl. Arms, ibid.

West, family of, cli. Arms, ibid.

West-Broughton, manor of, 131.

West-Hallam, parish of, 173. Manor, ibid. Church, 174. Ancient monument there, ccxxix. Schools, 174.

Weston-hall, 283.

Weston-on-Trent, parish of, 282. Manor, ibid. Church, 283.

Weston- Underwood, manor of, 217.

Wheston, or Whetstone hall, 280.

White, family of, clxvi. Arms, ibid.

Whitehall, family of, cli. Arms, ibid.

White-hough, 73.

Whitfield, manor of, 167. School, 165, 167.

Whitmore, 139.

Whittington, family of, cxi. Arms, ibid.

Whittington, parish of, 283. Manor, ibid. Church, 284. Chalybeate spring, 285.

Whittle, township of, 168.

Whittington-Moor, revolution of 1688 commenced at, 285.

Whitwell, parish of, 285. Manor, ibid. Church, 286.

Wigfall, of Charter-hall, family of, clxvii.

Wigfall, of Renishaw,family of, clxvii. Arms, ibid.

Wigley, 86.

Wigley, family of, cli. Arms, clii.

Wigwell-grange, 300.

Wilkinson, family of, xcvii. Arms, xcviii.

Willersley, manor of, 207, 208.

Willesley, parish of, 287. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid.

Willington, manor of, 237.

Willington, parish of, 287. Manor, ibid. Church, 288.

Willoughby, family of, lxx. Arms, lxxi.

Williamsthorp, village of, 288.

Wilmot, family of, lxvi. Arms, ibid.

Wilne, Great, hamlet of, 22. Ferry, 23.

Wilne, Little, parochial chapelry and manor of, 248. Church, 249.

Wilstrop, 247, note.

Wingerworth, chapelry of, 87. Chapel, 88.

Wingerworth-hall, 88.

Winfield, family of, cxi.

Winfield manor-house, besieged and taken by the parliament forces, ix, x. 291, 292. Mary Queen of Scots imprisoned there, viii, note. Plot for rescuing her thence, 290, 291.

Winfield, North, parish of, 288. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. School, ibid. 289.

Winfield, South. See South-Winfield.

Winshull, or Winshill, township and manor of, 69,

Winster, town and manor of, 306. Market, ibid. Chapel, ibid. School, ibid.

Wirksworth, town and parish of, 293. Market and fairs, ibid. Population, ibid. Manors, 294. Petty courts held there, ibid. Church, 294, 295. Rectory, 295. Meeting-houses, 296. School, ibid.

Wistanton, manor of, 92.

Wolley, family of, xcviii. Arms, ibid. Longevity of several members of, 209.

Wolstenholme, family of, xcviii. Arms, xcix.

Woodhall-park, 250.

Woodroffe, family of, clii. Arms, ibid.

Woods eats, village of, 220.

Woodthorp, village of, 288.

Woodthorpe-hall, village and seat of, 267. Ho pital, ibid.

Woolhouse, family of, clii. Arms, ibid.

Woollen manufactures of Derbyshire, account of, cc.

Wormhill, parochial chapelry of, 280. Manor, ibid. Chapel and School, ibid.

Wright, of Longstone-hall, family of, clii. Arras, ibid.

Wright, of Ripley, family of, clii.

Wright, John, epitaph on, 144, 145.

Wright, Joseph, the painter, notice of, 111.

Wyaston, hamlet of, 155.

Wye, river, notice of, clxxvii.

Wyndley, manor of, 139.

Y.

Yeaveley, parochial chapelry of, 255. Manor ibid.

Yeldersley, township and manor of, 12.

Youlgrave, parish of, 302. Manor, ibid. Church, ibid. 303. Remarkable entries in the parish register, 303, 304. School, 304.

Z.

Zinc, mines of, cxcvii.