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'Index', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 1 (1797), pp. XV-XXVI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=53753 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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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.

INDEX.

A.

ABEL's of Erith, 513.

Agricola commands in Britain, 36.

Air of the county , 265.

Alcher, earl, 83, 110.

Alderman or earl, 104.

Aldric, king of Kent, 79.

Alfred the Great, 84.

Alphege, archbishop, 96, 372.

Anderida, city of, 44, 65.

Andredsweald, forest of, 63.

Andredceaster. See Anderida.

Angerstein John Julius, possesses Kent-house, in Beckenham, 545.

Angles, origin of, 48.

Anglia the name of Britain, 48.

Anglo Saxons, 48.

Annesley's of Lee, 436, 492, 499.

Antiquities found, 345, 375, 506.

Appledore, the Danes land at, 87.

Arden, lord, 420.

Ardmagh, grace, viscountess, 434.

Arrapon John, 494.

Athol, dutchess of, 392.

Aton Gilbert de, 461.

Atterbury, bishop, 558.

Auckland, lord, 528.

Audley Anne, lady, 389.

Augustine, St. 72.

Austen Francis Motley, possesses Billingham, in Lewisham, 516.

Aylesford, battle at, 57, 98.

B.

Berners's, 530, 531.

Bacon Francis, 450.

Badlesmere's, 389.

Baford castle built, 87.

Bagshaw Rev. Mr. 564.

Baieux, bishop of, See Odo.

Baldred, king of Kent, 80.

Ballard Robert, 389, 390.

Banbury Knolles, earl of, 508.

Banker's , a place in Lee, 493, 497.

Bankwell's of Lee, 479, 493, 515, 560, 561.

Bapchild, council at, 529.

Barker's of Suffolk, 478, 487.

Barnes's of Woolwich, account of, 450.

Baronets, degree and list of, 221.

Barrows or tumuli in Kent, 372, 375, 376.

Basset Alexander, 561.

Basing, Port's lords of, 533.

Battles between Saxons and Britons, 57, 58, 59.

Bathurst, earls, 480.

Beardmore Thomas, 433.

Beaufort Thomas, 393.

Becanceld, council at, 77, 528.

BECKENHAM, parish of, 527.

Begham, monastery of, 356, 365.

Beke Anthony, bishop of Durham, 460, 464, 513.

Belknap's, 389.

Berghamsted, land in, 78.

Bermondsey, monastery of, 421, 423, 432.

Bertha, queen, 73.

Betenson, Mrs. Helen, 564.

Bettenham's, 560.

Beversea's, 537.

Bickley-house , in Bromley, 551.

Biddulph's, account of, 391.

Billingham manor , in Lewisham, 515.

Birde's, 515.

Birtrick of Meopham, 554.

BLACKHEATH, hundred of, 339.

Blackheath , 374.

Blanquefort, marquis of, 496.

Blifs, Dr. Nathaniel, 401.

Bloett, Robert, bishop of Lincoln, 423.

Blound's, 559.

Blount's of Wrickleshmarsh, 426, 434, 436.

Blund's, 559.

Bolingbroke, St. John's, earls of, 533; viscounts, 534, 535, 548.

Boulogne, if the Portus Itius, 22.

Bolton, Charles, duke of, 392.

Boone's of Lee, 497.

Boone Charles, possesses Leeplace, 497.

Booth's, 559.

Borough, lords, descent of, 143.

BOTANY, 346, 381, 422, 445, 459, 505, 552.

Boughton's of Burwash-court, 449, 450.

Boundaries, antient, of Kent, 4; western, 5; county, 343.

Bowater John, possesses Southall, alias Woolwich manor, 449.

Bowater, account of, 449.

Bowes Martin, 450.

Bowreman, William, 480.

Boxley abbey, founded, 135.

Bradley, Dr. 401.

Bradsole, alias St. Radigund's abbey, 142.

Brandon William, 530, 532.

Brett Charles, 375.

Briset Jordan de, 470.

BRITONS, antient, account of, 11, 13.

Britons and Picts, transactions of, 44, 45.

Britons and Saxons, 46, 47.

BROCKLEY, in Deptford, 356.

BROCKLEY, in Lewisham, 356, 504, 514.

Brograve's, 538.

BROMLEY and BECKENHAM, hundred of, 527.

BROMLEY, parish of, 550.

Bromley, college of, 562.

Browne's of Deptford, account of, 351, 369.

Browne James, 420.

Bruin's, 530.

Brydges John and Edward, 537.

Buccleugh, duke of, 374.

Buckeridge, bishop, 567.

Buckhurst Thomas Sackville, lord, 496.

Burgh, family of, 143.

Burgh Hubert de, earl of Kent, 136.

Burgess, Mr. 478.

Burghersh's de, 536.

Burnaby , Rev. Andrew, vicar of Greenwich, 420.

Burrell's, account of, 538, 539. 540, 544, 545, 547, 562.

C.

Cæsar invades Britain, 14, 21, 27, 30.

Calais, if the Portus Itius, 23.

Caligula, his mock expedition, 32.

Camp, Roman, at Keston, 35.

Canterbury, St. Augustine's monastery in, built, 72.

Canterbury, plundered by the Danes, 95.

Canterbury, castle of, 138; keeper of, 195.

Cassivilaun, king of the Trinobantes, 13, 25, 26, 28, 30.

Castle Russ, near Milton, 87.

Catigern slain, 57.

CATFORD MANOR, in Lewisham, 513.

Cator, John, possesses Wricklesmarsh in Charlton, 428; Beckenham manorand place, 536; Fox-grove in Beckenham, 538.

Cator, John, 374, 528, 537.

Cavell's of Chesilhurst, 479.

Ceaulin, king of the West Saxons, 71.

Cedwalla, king of the same, 76.

Cells, conventual, 516.

Cenulph, king of Mercia, 79.

Ceolmund, earl of Kent, 111.

Cerdick, the Saxon, lands in Britain, 66.

Cinque ports, warden of, 180, 182.

Chantries suppressed, 331.

Chamberlain Mrs. and others possess the advowson of Charlton rectory, 433.

CHARLTON, parish of, 420.

Cheesman's of Mottingham 479.

Cheney, Henry, 449.

Chesilhurst, 463.

Chesilhurst, Ansgotus de, 479.

Chichele's, 448, 471.

Chomley, Roger, 450.

Cholmondeley, Geo. James, earl of, resides at Charlton, 420.

Ciults, Saxon boats, so called, 50.

Clarence, George Plantagenet, duke of, 504.

Clarke's, 561.

Claudius, the Roman emperor, invades Britain, 33.

Clergy, regular and secular, 322.

Cobham, lord, 477.

Coins antiently stamped in Britain, 32.

Coins, Saxon, 80.

Coke, Edward, viscount, 435.

Colepeper, Thomas, 487.

Colse family, account of, 506.

Colfe's, 524, 525.

Combe, meaning of, 372.

Combe , manors of, in Greenwich, 383, 386.

Combe marshes in Greenwich , 389.

Comes littoris Saxonici , first appointed, 39; for what purpose, 105.

Common law of England, origin of, 100.

Comport's, 487.

Conservators of the peace, origin of, 215.

Conyer's, account of, 425.

CORBYE, alias Corbyn Hall, in Eltham, 476.

Corbye's, ibid.

Cornforth, Charles, 497.

CORONER, office of, 214.

Council, held at Beckenham, 528.

County court, 103, 104.

Courtenay Henry Reginald (bishop of Bristol) rector of Lee, 502.

Courts leet and courts baron, origin of, 102.

Cowley, Mr. 346.

Cragg's, 434, 439, 515.

Crecanford, battle at, 59.

Crida, the Saxon, lands in Britain, 70.

Cromer, William, 462.

Cudred, king of Kent, 79.

Curwen's, 532.

Customs of Kent, 312.

Cypenham, now Sydenham, in Lewisham, 504.

Cypress trees at Charlton, 425.

D.

Dacre, Mary lady, possesses a seat in Lee, 498.

Dacre, Roper, lord, ibid.

DANES in England, 81, 372, 377, 386.

Danegeld, tax of, 93.

Darcy, Thomas, lord, 385, 415.

Darent, battle near, 57.

Dartmouth, earl of, 374.

Dartmouth, Wm. Legge, earl of, possesses Lewisham manor, 512; rectory, and advowson of vicarage, 523.

Deal, Cæsar's naval camp there, 26.

Degrees of inhabitants of Kent, 299.

Delight, house of, in Greenwich park, 399.

Demesne, antient, 311.

Deanries in Kent , 261.

DEPTFORD, parish of, 340.

Deptford once wholly in Kent, 6.

Dering's, descent of, 136, 178.

Dering, Sir Edward, bart. 476.

Dingley, Robert, 434.

Disgavelling , acts of, 319.

DIVISIONS of the county, 250, 253.

DOMESDAY, account of, 332.

Dorset, earl of, 463.

Dorset, Thomas Grey, marquis of, 495.

Dover, Roman forces at, 43; castle and haven, 137; constables of, 144, 158, 180, 181, 182.

Dover, tumult at, 116.

Dover, hospital and church of and Maison Dieu founded at, 142.

Drake, Dr. John, and his brother, possess Upper Brockley farm, in Deptford, 357; the parsonage of Deptford and the advowsons of the vicarages of. St. Nicholas's and St. Paul's there, 367.

Drake , Dr. John, vicar of St. Nicholas's, Deptford, 371.

Druids, British, account of, 12.

Ducie, Sir Wm. visc. Downe, 424.

DUKES AND EARLS of Kent, 110.

Dulwich wells, 505.

Dutch expedition up the Medway, 279.

Dynely, Mr. possesses Mottingham place, 480.

E.

Eadbald, king of Kent, 73.

Eadbert-Pren, king of Kent, 79.

EARLS AND DUKES of Kent, 110.

Earl of the county, how created, 107.

EASTCOMBE, in Greenwich, 386.

EASTHORNE manor, in Eltham, 470.

East Saxons, fourth kingdom founded, 67.

East Angles, sixth kingdom founded, 69.

Eaton , John, rector of St. Paul's, in Deptford, 371.

Ebbsfleet in Thanet, 53; battle at, 58, 63.

ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION of Kent, 260.

Edric, king of Kent, 76.

Egbert, first sole monarch of England, 80.

Egbert, king of Kent, 75.

Edgar, king, 553.

Ella, the Saxon, lands in Britain, 63, 65.

Eliot, Edward, lord, possesses Kidbroke, 440; Catford and other premises in Lewisham, 515.

Eliot's, 439, 515.

Elmsted wood, in Bromley, 557.

Eltham manor, 446.

ELTHAM, parish of, 455.

Eltham manor , 460; palace, 463.

Eltham, earl of, 483.

Elwill's, 544.

Embattle, licence to, 394.

England, once joined to France, 6.

Ercombert, king of Kent, 74.

Erith church, meeting held at, 137.

Escus, king of Kent, 64.

Estbridge, manor of, 138.

Ethelbert, king of Kent, 68, 78, 552, 553.

Evelyn, Sir Frederick, bart. possesses Saye's court, in Deptford, 354.

Evelyn's, account of, 354, 369, 538.

F.

Fair Maid of Kent, 147.

FAIRY-HILL, a seat in Mottingham, 480.

Falkland, Sarah, visc. 516.

Faversham, Geo. Sondes, earl of, 496.

FEUDAL tenures, 305.

Fighting, manner of, among the Britains, 19.

Finch's of Deptford, 370.

Fitch's of Eltham, 478, 487.

Flamsted-house, in Greenwich park, 401.

Fluyder's of Lee, 497.

Fordwich, town of, 177.

Foliot's of Worcestershire, 470.

Folkestone, nunnery built, 73.

Foot's Cray, 463.

Forests in Kent, 269.

Forest-place, alias Brockley in Lewisham, 357, 514.

Forest, father John, 409.

Forth Hugh, 391.

Fortree's of Greenwich, 387.

FOXGROVE manor in Beckenham, 536.

Foxgrove's, ibid.

Fransciscans, order of, 409.

Freeholds, number and distribution of, 301.

Freeman's, 496, 500.

G.

Game Wm. Langhorne, 425.

Garway Sir William, 426, 434, 436.

Gates Sir John, 462, 477, 490.

Gauls, Belgic, antiently inhabited Kent, 9.

Gavelkind, tenure of, 313, 315.

Ghent, abbey of St. Peter's at, 386, 408, 413, 445, 507, 516, 521.

Gilbourne's, 431, 449.

Glanville, bishop, 555.

Glastonbury, abbot of, 558.

Gloucester, Humphry, duke of, 393.

Godwyne, earl of Kent, 111.

Godwyne sands, story of, 120.

Goodwyn Henry, resides at Greenwich, 375.

Government, of the antient Britons, 12, 26, 28, 45.

Government of the Romans in Britain, 37, 42.

Gower, lady, 565.

Grahme Reginald, 509, 524.

Gravel, excellent dug on Blackheath, 374.

Greene Mrs. Anne, possesses a seat at Southend in Eltham, 478.

Greene's, 537.

GREENWICH, parish of, 372.

Greenwich manor , 383; hospital, 401.

Greenwich, John Campbell duke of, 382.

Grey's, earls and duke of Kent, 156 to 166.

Grey's, origin of family, and different branches of, 156.

Grey Jemima Campbell, marchioness of, 168.

Griffith John, 433.

Guildford Henry, Sir, 462.

Gundulph, bishop, 555.

Gwydir, lord, 528, 538, 540.

Gwydir, lord, possesses Kelsey's in Beckenham, 541; Langley-park in ditto, 545; Simpson's in Bromley, 562.

H.

Hall, large one belonging to Eltham palace, 464.

Halley, Dr. 401, 499.

Halliday, Mr. 392.

Hambly, Mr. possesses Deptford Strond manor, 351.

Hamilton, dutchess of, 528.

Hammet Sir Benjamin, resides at Park-place farm, in Eltham, 477.

Hamo, vicecomes, 177, 441, 447, 459.

Harleston's, 530, 531.

Harold, earl of Kent, 121, 392.

Harrison Benjamin, resides at Lee-place, 497.

Harrison John, possesses Shawfield-house in Bromley, 551.

Harrison William, the antiquarian, 506.

Hastings, the Danish pirate, 85, 87.

Hastings, battle of, 127.

Hatecliffe's, 416, 500, 524.

Hatchfield Great , a place in Lewisham, 515.

Heming, a Danish chief, 95.

Heming's Dane, several places so called, ibid.

Hengist, the Saxon, lands in Britain, 53, 57, 60, 61, 62, 109.

HENLEY'S, a place in Eltham, 470.

Henley, John de, 470, 486.

Henshaw, Edward, 475.

Heptarchy, Saxon, 80.

Hermenric, king of Kent, 67.

Hermitage in Deptford, 358.

Heron, Sir William, 348.

Hervey's of Kidbrook, 437, 514.

Hetherington's of North Cray, 564.

Heveningham's, 530, 531.

Heydon's, 449.

Hinchinbrooke, Henrietta, countess of, 477.

Holand's, earls of Kent, 148, 150, 152, 154.

Hollingsworth Luke, 537.

Holmewood in Sussex, battle at, 89.

Holmes William, 392.

Holderness, Ramsey, earl of, 509.

Honour, oak of, in Lewisham, 505.

Horn-fair, at Charlton, 421.

Horn park, in Eltham, 465, 467.

Horne, Dr. bishop of Norwich, 489.

Horsa lands in Britain, 53.

Horsted, 57.

Hospitals in Kent suppressed, 330.

Houses, number of in Kent, 303.

How Ephraim, 504.

Hulse Mr. resides at Blackheath, 374.

Hunter, governor, 420.

Hundreds, origin of, 102, 251, 254.

Hythe, battle near, 58.

I. J.

James, lady, possesses Park-place farm in Eltham, 477.

James, Sir William, ibid. 457.

Janus's head, found near Deptford, 345.

Ida, an Anglian chief, lands in Britain, 67.

Jeffreys, manor of, in Woolwich, 449.

Ina, king of the West Saxons, 77.

Inhabitants of Britain, origin of, 8; antient of Kent, 9.

Inwin Thomas, 515.

Jones, John, 425.

Jones Hugh , vicar of Lewisham, 526.

Ippedsfleet. See Ebbesfleet.

Ipre William de, earl of Kent, 134.

Isham Edward, 489.

JURISDICTION, antient in England, 99.

Justices of the peace , origin of, 216.

K.

Keinsham, abbey of, 485.

KELSEY'S, a seat in Beckenham, 538.

Kemsley-downs, near Milton, 87.

Kent, how antiently governed, 28; arms of, 64.

KENT-HOUSE, in Beckenham, 528, 545.

Kernellare , meaning of, 394.

Keston, Roman camp at, 35.

KIDBROOKE in Charlton, 436.

KINGS, Saxon, of Kent, 62.

Kingdoms, Saxon, in England, 65 to 70.

Kirke, Joseph, 420.

Kirkman Mr. of London, 528.

Kitscoty-house, 57.

Knights of the Royal Oak, 229.

Knolles Sir Francis, 508.

L.

Lambarde's of Greenwich, account of, 390, 417.

Lambton William Henry, 421.

Lanfranc, archbishp. 131, 554.

Langhorne's of Charlton, 424, 433, 434.

LANGLEY-PARK, a seat in Beckenham, 541.

Langley's of Beckenham, 542.

Lapis tituli , where, 58.

Lapis populi , ibid.

Laths, origin and number of, 250, 254.

Laws, different ones among the Saxons, 72, 99.

Laurence Poultney, college of, in London, 513.

LEE, parish of, 492.

Legge family, account of, 509.

Leigh's, 531, 537.

Lethieullier's, 504, 545.

LEWISHAM, parish of, 503.

Lewisham, manor of, 383, 384, 414, 445, 478, 507; church of, 520.

Lind Edward George, possesses Sundridge in Bromley, 560.

Lidgbird's of Plumsted, 457.

Limne, Roman forces at, 43.

Limene river, 87.

Liminge, church of, founded, 74.

Lindsey, Dr. primate of Ireland, 453.

Loader Isaac, of Deptford, 368.

Long Sir Richard, 385, 415.

Longueville Michael, lord Grey of Ruthin, 165.

London formerly in Kent, 5.

London, corporation of, 503.

LORDS LIEUTENANTS, origin and list of, 231.

Lothair, king of Kent, 75.

Lucas Thomas, of Lee, 477, 545.

M.

Mandeville's, 460.

Magminot, family and barony of, 346, 356.

Malmain's, family of, 542.

Manners of the antient Britons, 10.

Manors, origin of, 306.

Manufactures in Kent, 270.

Marble, story of one remarkably polished, 426.

Market towns in Kent, 260.

Marisco de, 447.

Marryon, Rev. John, 425.

Maskeline, Rev. Neville, 401.

Mayo, John, 480.

Mercia, kingdom of, 70, 112.

Middle Saxons, kingdom of, founded, 70.

Middleton, hundred of, 181.

Military government of antient Britain, 108.

Militia, modern regulation of, 303.

Moated place, or stone house, in Deptford, 357.

Modingham, 463.

Monasteries, different ones in Kent, 323; dissolution of, 324.

Monson, Hon. Lewis, 497.

Montacute, alias Montague family of, 438, 514.

Montague, duke of, 374.

Montague, lords and dukes, account of, 438, 514.

Montague, Rt. Hon. Frederick, possesses Eastcombe in Greenwich, 389.

Montague, Mr. 456.

MORDEN-COLLEGE on Blackheath, 429, 374; possesses Old Court in Greenwich, 386.

Morden, Sir John, 386, 427, 429.

More, Sir Thomas and his family, picture of, 476.

MOTTINGHAM, hamlet of, in Eltham, 478, 481.

Mountenay's of Essex, 470.

N.

Name of Kent, its etymology

Nassau Robert, lessee of Eltham parsonage, 487.

Nassau Robert, 478.

Nelson, Mr. possesses Fairy-hill in Eltham, 481.

Nethercombe in Greenwich, 386.

Newington, near Hythe, 138.

Newsham James, 439, 515.

Newton's of Charlton, 423, 432, 434.

Nevill Wm. earl of Kent, 155.

Nightingale-hall , on Shooter's-hill, 457.

Northumbrians, fifth Saxon kingdom, founded, 68.

Noviomagus , the Roman station, 506.

Nugent's of Gosfield-hall, 439. 515.

Nunn's of Eltham, 477.

O.

Observants, order of, 408.

Observatory, Royal, at Greenwich, 401.

Octa, king of Kent, 66.

Odo, bishop of Baieux, 129, 392, 422, 426, 460, 493, 541.

Offa, king of Mercia, 79.

Oldenburg Henry, 435.

OLD COURT in Greenwich, 385, 387, 415.

Olyffe Sir John, 537.

Ordnance, branches of, at Woolwich, 444.

Ospringe, manor of, 138.

Otford, battle at, 98.

Overie's St. Mary, monastery of, 436, 440.

Oxenden's, 417.

Oxford, cardinal's college in, 357, 366.

Oxford, Oriel college in, possesses Eltham parsonage, 487.

P.

Pagani , the Danes so called, 81.

Page, Sir Gregory, 392, 427, 431, 476, 488.

Page's of Blackheath, account of, 427.

Papillon's of Acrise, 492.

PARK-PLACE FARM in Eltham, 477.

Parks in Kent, 269.

PARLIAMENT, knights in, chosen for the county of Kent, 235.

Parre, lady Anne, 423.

Paveley's de, 536.

Pearce, bishop, 564, 567.

Pearce, Mr. (brother of the bishop) 565.

Penge green in Beckenham , 528.

Penny-yard pence, a coin, 458.

Percival, lady Charlotte, 433.

Pery-street in Lewisham, 504.

Petrie, Mr. 392.

Pett, Peter, 369.

Philipott, John, 489.

Place-house in Lewisham , 504.

Placentia manor in Greenwich , 394.

Plague in England, 88, 94.

Plaistow , hamlet of, in Bromley, 551.

Plantagenet's, earls of Kent, 146, 147.

Plantagenet's, Joan, countess of, 147.

Plautius, the Roman prætor, invades Britain, 33.

Pleazance manor in Greenwich , 394.

Plume, Dr. 563.

Picts in Britain, 39, 44, 53.

Pinenden-heath, solemn assembly held at, 130, 554.

Plumsted parish, 456, 457.

Polsted's, 514.

Port, family of, 533.

Porteslade, church of, 142.

Portus Itius , where, 22.

Poultney Sir John, 513.

Poultney. See Pulteney.

Powlett, lord Harry, 477.

Printing-office, formerly at Greenwich, 380.

Priories alien, 507.

Products, natural and artificial in Kent, 265.

Puckering's, 424, 434, 435.

Pulteney's, account of, 447, 471.

Pynsent's, 560, 567.

Q.

Quintus Liberius Durus, 26.

R.

Ramsey's, 509.

Ravensbourne river, 344, 503, 550.

Raymond's, 537, 544, 561.

Reculver, Roman forces at, 43.

Reculver, palace built at, 72; monastery founded at, 75; Eadbert, abbot of, 78.

Religion of antient Britons, 12.

Religious, different orders of, 322.

Richborough, Roman forces at, 43.

Richards, hon. brigadier, 433.

Rivers in Kent , 272.

Rivers, earls, 494.

Rochell de la family of, 529.

Rochester, Danes land at, 92; castle, 132, 138.

Rochester, Godwine, bp. of, 96.

Rochester, bishop of, possesses the advowson of Woolwich rectory, 453; Bromley manor and palace, 558.

Rochester, priory of, 452, 479, 482, 554.

Rochester, dean and chapter of, possesses a pension from Woolwich rectory, 453, 482.

Rockingham, Watson's earls of, 496.

Rokele's, 529.

ROMANS in Britain, 13, 15; depart the empire of Britain, 44.

Roman works, at Deal, 26; road, 375.

Romney Robert, lord, 420.

Roper Henry , rector of Charlton, 435.

Roper family, account of, 472.

Roper's, 487.

Roper Charles Trevor, 497.

Rose Rev. Wm. possesses the advowson of Beckenham rectory, 548.

Rose , W. rector of Beckenham, 550.

Rupella de, family of, 529.

S.

Sackville, Thomas, 496.

Sanderson family, account of, 388, 418.

Sandwich, Danes land at, 91, 93, 96, 97, 99.

Salisbury, Montacute, earl of, 513.

Saxons, first infest Britain, 38; their origin, 47; character, 48; religion, 50; land in Britain, 47, 52, 54, 55, 63.

Saye, family and barony of, 347, 348, 365.

SAYE'S - COURT, alias West Greenwich manor, in Deptford, 350, 351, 353.

SAYE'S-COURT, mansion of, in Deptford, 351, 353.

Sclater Mr. possesses a house in Lewisham, 504.

Scots first land in Britain, 38; more of them, 39, 44, 53.

Scrope, Geoffrey le, 462.

Sessions, times of holding them, 260.

Shaw family, of Eltham, account of, 468, 446.

Shaw Sir John Gregory, bart. possesses Woolwich manor, 446; Eltham manor and scite of the old palace, 463, 468.

Shaw John Kenward , vicar of Eltham, 491.

Shawfield-house in Bromley , 551.

Sherard Dr. James, 459.

Shelvocke George, 369.

Shene, monastery of, 384, 385, 387, 508, 518, 521.

Shepey isle, Danes land in, 81, 83.

Sheriff's court, 104.

SHERIFFS, origin of; 106, 108; office of, 169; list of, 177.

Sheriff's antiently the kings' purveyors, 144, 182.

Shooter's-hill , account of, 456.

Shrawfield in Lee , 494.

Sigeward, king of Kent, 78.

SIMPSON'S, a seat in Bromley, 560.

Simpson's, 561.

Sipeham, now Sydenham in Lewisham, 504.

Situation of Kent , 4.

Skinners-place in Deptford , 358.

Smith H. curate of Bromley , 570.

Snelgraves, 531, 533.

SOCAGE tenures , 311.

Soil and products of Kent , 265.

Somerset Sarah, dutchess dowager of, 566.

Sondes Sir George, 496.

Sondes Lewis Watson, lord, posses Lee manor, 497.

SOUTHALL, alias Woolwich manor, 446.

SOUTHEND, hamlet of, in Eltham, 477.

SOUTHEND, hamlet of, in Lewisham, 504.

South Saxons, 63; second kingdom of founded, 65.

Southwark, St. Thomas's hospital in, 358.

Sovereign Royal, man of war, account of, 443.

Speke Sir Thomas, 385, 462, 477.

Spratt, bishop, 558.

Spring, mineral, at Shooter'shill, 456.

St. George, churches dedicated to, 546.

St. John's, 531; account of family of, 533.

Stanhope George, dean of Canterbury, 524.

Stanley John, 457.

Stoddard's of Mottingham, 480, 508.

Stone plundered by the Danes, 91.

Stone-house , alias Moated-place, in Deptford, 357.

Stratford Langthorne, monastery of, 450, 515.

Street Mrs. of Dartford, 565.

Strickland William, 476.

Sturry Sir Thomas, 494.

Style's of Beckenham, account of, 542, 546, 547, 561.

SUNDRIDGE MANOR in Bromley, 559.

Suppression of monasteries, 326.

SUTTON AT HONE, lath of, 339.

Swabert, king of Kent, 76.

Sydenham, hamlet and wells of, in Lewisham, 504.

T.

Tattershall's of Eltham, 449, 471.

Temple seat in Lewisham , 528.

TENURES, feudal, 303; socage, 311; gavelkind, 313.

Tenison, archbishop, 563.

Thanet, isle of, 53, 75; Danes land in, 82, 83, 91, 94, 95.

Theodore, archbishop, 75.

Thomas , G. A. rector of Woolwich, 454.

Thomas, bishop, 558, 564.

Thornhill's, 566.

Tilly Mrs. 537.

Timewell's, ibid.

Tolson's, 537.

Towns of the antient Britons, how constructed, 9.

Trefusis, 515.

Tregoze, St. John's, barons of, 534, 535.

TRINITY HOUSE and hospital, in Deptford, 358.

Tumuli or barrows in Kent , 372. 375, 376.

Tunbridge castle, governors of, 144.

Tunstal, manor of, 138.

Turner Sir Gregory Page, bart. possesses Westcombe in Greenwich, 392; Easthorne and Wellhall in Eltham, 476; the advowson of Eltham-vicarage, 488.

Turner's of Oxfordshire, account of, 428.

Tyrawly lord, 375.

Tyrril's, 530.

Tyrwhit Thomas Drake, and his brother possess Upper Brockley in Deptford, 357; the parsonage and advowson of St. Nicholas and the advowson of St. Paul in Deptford, 367.

Tithes, first granted to the clergy, 83.

U.

Uffa, a Saxon chief, 69.

Uffingæ, whence so called, ibid.

V.

Vallibus de, family of, 536.

Vanbrugh Sir John, 375.

Vaux's, 536.

Vere's, 426, 434.

Vesci's, 455; account of, 460, 479.

Violet's, 542.

Viscount, honorary title of, 176.

Vortigern, chief monarch of the Britons, 46, 54, 56, 59, 109.

Vortimer elected king, 56, 58. 59, 61, 109.

W.

Wachelstone, hundred of, 151.

Wall, built by the Romans in Britain, 40.

Warner, bishop, 558, 562.

Warren's of Charlton, 433.

Warwick, earls of, 385, 504, 508.

Washers in the Woods, alias Sundridge in Bromley , 560.

Water, calybeat, in Bromley, 551.

Watling-street, road, 375.

Watson, Hon. Lewis Monson, 497.

WEALD, account of, 293; donations in, 554.

Weller John Badger, 425.

WELL-HALL in Eltham , 470.

Wells Wm. possesses Bickleyhouse in Bromley, 551.

Wendover, bishop de, 567.

Wessex, the third Saxon kingdom founded, 67, 112.

WESTCOMBE in Greenwich, 386, 387.

Wiccingi , the Danes so called, 81.

Wickham-brews manor, 151.

Wickham's of Oxfordshire, 357.

Wickland's in Woolwich, 449.

Widred, king of Kent, 76.

Widmore , a hamlet in Bromley, 551.

Wilcox, bishop, 558.

Wilcox, Joseph, 563.

Wildgorse Sir John, 514.

Wild Sir John, 503.

Willoughby, 559.

Wilson Sir Thomas Spencer, bart. possesses Charlton manor, 421, 425.

Wilson's, 560.

Windham Mr. possesses the tithes of Deptford, in Surry, 367.

Wippedsfleet. See Ebbsfleet.

Wiseman, Daniel, 454.

Witsan, if the Portus Itius, 22.

Wolfe Mrs. 563.

Woodstock, Edmund, earl of, 143.

Woodville's, 494.

WOOLWICH, parish of, 441, 463.

Woolwich manor, 446.

WRICKLESMARSH in Charlton, 426.

Wotton's, 476.

Wynne, Sir Rowland, bart. 476.

Wythen's of Eltham, 478.

Y.

Yonge, bishop, 566.



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