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'Index', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 6 (1798), pp. V-XXXVIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=62939 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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The letter A refers to the Appendix of additions and corrections to the fifth and sixth volumes, added at the end of this volume.

A.

Abbats-Court farm, in Harty, 280, 281.

Abbots, Summoned to parliament, 327.

Abbesses held in great esteem formerly, 124.

Abelyn's, 107, 148.

Abergavenny, Elizabeth, lady. 310.

Adye's, of Doddington, 289, 307, account of, 312, 314, 417, 418, 420, 432, 433.

Aiscough, John, 305.

Aldersey's, of Bredgar, 30, 51, account of, 101, 104, 105.

Alefe, Thomas, 184.

Alien priories, account of, 456.

Allard's, of Rochester, 253.

Allen's, of Rainham, 12; of Rochester, 74, A. 572; of Stockbury, 51, 140; of Borden, account of, 74, 75, 77, A. 572; of St. Dunstan's, 515.

Allen, Mrs. devisees of, possesses Homestall, in Newnham, 418.

Allsworth's, of Kingsdown, 113.

Alston, Mr. 58; Alston's, of Bedfordshire, barts. 19.

Andrews, Miles, and others, occupy Ore powder mills, 372.

Ant hills, large ones, in Shepey, 246.

Antient demesne, 324.

Antiquities, 16; Roman, 43, 69, 76.

Apple orchard of Kent, 291.

Apples planted at Tenham, ib.

Appleford's, 334.

Appulderfield's, 140, 148, 287, 296, 298, 305, 398, 408, 540.

Archipresbiteri, 527.

Ardern, Thomas, of Faversham, account of, 333, 358.

Arnold's, 58.

Arnold's manor, in Easting, 434.

Arsic's, 83, 270.

Arundel, Sir Thomas, 473.

Ash, Paul Joseph, possesses Burgess manor, in Leeds, 569.

Ashbye, Mr. possesses Homestall, in Newnham, A. 578.

Ashurt, parish of, A. 561.

Ashton's, 336.

Astley's, of Norfolk, account of, 92.

Athol, Strabolgies, earls of, 377.

Atte-Lese. See Lese.

Atte-Wood. See Wood.

Attrum, alias Otterham Key, in Upchurch, 26; creek, ibid. 405

Atwater, Robert, 405.

Atwoods, manor of. See Wood's court, 478.

Auburie, Walter, 8.

Averie's, 434.

Aucher's, of Bishopsborne, 439; of Newenden, 146, 221, 273, 441; of Otterden, 139, 147, 464, 476.

Austen, Edward, possesses Cranbrook manor, in Newington, 62, A. 570; Francis Motley, A. 556.

Austen's, of Bexley, A. 558.

Austen, John, of St. Martin'shill, 148.

Aylesford, Heneage, earl of, possesses Mere-court, in Rainham, 8; Woodlands, near Newington, 43, 61.

Aylesford, Finch's, earls of, 223.

Ayington manor, in Newington, 61.

B.

Badlesmere, parish of, 467, A. 579; lees, 462.

Badlesmere, family of, 136, 453, 462, 463, account of, 470, 480; barony of, 469.

Badmangore manor, in Linsted, 298.

Baieux, Odo, bishop of, 82, 135, 145, 382, 387, 395, 397, 402, 408, 423, 427, 432, 434, 438, 448, 470, 504, 537, 539, A. 568.

Barker's, of Borden, 73.

Baldock's, of Aylesford, 454.

Baldwin, William, patron of Tong vicarage, 142; A. 565, 566.

Barrk's, of Maidstone, 8, 61, 223.

Banks, Sir Joseph, bart. and others, possess an estate in Linsted, 303; Provenders seat, in Norton, 406; Putwood manor, in Ospringe, 519; account of him, 406.

Bannister, Mrs. possesses a house in Sittingborne, 151; Thomas, 160.

Bapchild, parish of, 122.

Barden, Little, tithery of, in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Bargander, frequently in Shepey, 214.

Barley, John, 179, 493.

Barling, John; the heirs of— possess Nowdes seat, 297; Seward's manor, in Linsted, 304; John occupies Nowdes, A. 576.

Barnard, Christopher-Vane, lord 446, 494.

Barnard's, 108.

Barnham, Sir Martin, A. 563, 566; Sir Francis, 567, 568.

Barrell, Francis, A. 568.

Barrett, Valentine, 483, 546; John de, 540; dame Sarah, 440.

Barrett, Lennard, lord Dacre, 541.

Barrett's, of Perry-court, account of, 541.

Barrow's, of Borden, 19, 23, 58, 77, 200.

Barrow, Mr. his extensive charity, 76; Francis possesses Grayney manor, in Hartlip, 19, A. 571.

Barrows, or tumuli, 215.

Bartholomew, Leonard, possesses Moore street farm, in Rainham, A. 571.

Bartholomew's, of Oxenhoath, 114, 200, 267.

Bartholomew farm, in Leysdown, 267, 268.

Barton, Mr. patron of the vicarage of Eastchurch, 257.

Barton, William, possesses Peckham's manor, in Hadlow, A. 558.

Barry's, 186.

Basmere parish. See Badlesmere.

Basser manor, in Halstow, 36.

Bateman's, 129.

Bates, John, 454.

Battle, trial by, account of, 279.

Bavell farm, in Ospringe, 512, A. 580.

Bayefield farm, in Ospringe, 511.

Bayford Castle, in Sittingborne. 156.

Bax, John, lessee of Faversham parsonage, 370, possesses Brogdale, in Ospringe, 513; Preston-house seat, 545.

Baxton. See Bexon.

Beacon farm, in Ospringe, 499.

Beacons erected in Kent, 212.

Beake, Elizabeth, 517.

Beale's, of Bredgar, 99, 105.

Beaufitz, family of, 6, 58.

Beaumont, Henry, lord, 507.

Beccanceld. See Bapchild.

Beckenham, 123.

Beckingham, Stephen, possesses an estate in Preston, 545.

Beckwith, Leonard, 55.

Bedmanton, borough of, 51.

Beech tree, the indigenous growth of Britain, 447.

Belcher, William, possesses a seat on Knowle hill, in Ulcombe, A. 564.

Belcher's, of Ulcombe, 21, A. 564.

Belhouse, John de, 541.

Belk's, of Sheldwich, account of, 491, 496.

Belmont seat, in Throwley, 447.

Bentham, Brian, trustees of, possess Down-court, Doddington, 314.

Bentham's, of Sheerness and Chatham, account of, 313, 495.

Bennet's, of Kew, 543.

Bennett, Tho. possesses Davington manor and priory, 376, and advowson of church, A. 577; advowson of Warden, 575; John possesses Norton manor and court, 405.

Bennett, Mrs. possesses Rushitt, in Norton, A. 578.

Berengrave farm, in Rainham, 5, 10.

Beresford, Robert, 41; William, 70.

Berkeley, Mrs. widow of the bishop of Cloyne, A. 563.

Berkeley, Dr. prebendary of Canterbury, ibid.

Bersted, parish of, A. 569.

Berkesore manor, in Halstow. See Basser.

Best, George, possesses Otterham manor, 29; Bexon, in Bredgar, 100.

Best's, of Chilson, 205.

Bex, alias Bexle-court, in Tong, 138.

Bexon manor, in Bredgar, 99, A. 573.

Bicknor, parish of, A. 570.

Bing, Henry, A. 570.

Bidborough, parish of, A. 561.

Bircholt barony, 2.

Bishopsbush, in Luddenham, 388.

Bix's, of Bapchild, 125, 129.

Bizing wood, 372.

Bland, William, possesses an estate in Hartlip, 21; Mrs. possesses Tunstall house, 96, A. 572.

Bland's, account of, 21.

Blaxland, Edw. possesses a moiety of Scuddington, in Tong, A. 574.

Blaxland's, of Graveney-court, 272, 389.

Blaxland's, of Graveney-court, possess two-thirds of the advowson of Goodneston rectory, 554.

Bloor's-place seat, in Rainham, 5, 9.

Bloor's, of Rainham, 9, 12.

Bobbing, parish of, 192, 575; Place seat, 199; tenths in, 187.

Bode, John, 224; Bode's, of Davington, account of, 376.

Bologne, Eustace, earl of, 325.

Booth, Sir Charles, his charities, A. 561, 566.

Boothby, Sir William, 62.

Borden, parish of, 68, A. 571; Hall seat, 75, 78, A. 572.

Borden poor, trustees of, possess Nether Toes manor, in Bobbing, 200.

Borough, Silvester, 547.

Borstall, in Minster. See Newhall.

Botany, 99, 154, 170, 171, 214, 320, 373, 382, 387, 402, 414, 448, 482, 504, 532.

Boteler, Sir Philip, bart. 206, 421.

Boteler's, of Graveney, 186, 337, 403.

Boughton Blean, parish of, 516.

Boughton Malherb, parish of, A. 564; Monchensea, 563.

Bourne, John de, 450.

Bourne Mill, tithery of, in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Bourne's, of Bishopsborne, 311; of Sharsted, account of, 309, 314, 416, 419.

Bouverie, Mrs. of Teston, A. 563.

Bowdler, Thomas, 268.

Boxley, abbot and convent, 30, 254.

Boykett, William, possesses a house at Key street, 193.

Boyle, noble family of, 545, 547.

Boys, William, 101.

Brad street, in Hollingborne, A. 567.

Bradbourne, Thomas, 334 John, 375.

Bradgare, Robert, 102.

Bradgate. See Bredgar.

Brampton, John, alias Detling, 450.

Brandon, 268.

Breakwaters, old ships so called at Sheerness, 233.

Bredgar, parish of, 98, A. 572; College, 102.

Brenchley, parish of, A. 561.

Brenchley, Edward, possesses part of Yokes court, in Frinsted, A. 570.

Brennet lands, so called in Tenham, 291.

Breton, Whitfield, occupies a house in Tunstall, A. 572.

Breton's, of Kennington, 14.

Brewer's, of West Farleigh, 73.

Brewster's, 390, 516.

Briant, John, 389; Briant's, A. 565.

Bridges, Sir Brook, bart. possesses an estate in Eastchurch, 253.

Brimstone, borough of, in Ospringe, 499.

Brinkhurst's, 545.

Bristow, William, and others, possess a mill in Ore, 372; John, junior, A. 575.

Broadak Forstal hamlet, in Milsted, 107.

Broadhurst, John, possesses Southborough tithery, in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Brogdale seat, in Ospringe, 512.

Brooke, William, of Hartlip 16; Sir William, 62.

Brooke, alias Cobham, Mary, 65.

Brooke, Charles, and others, possess a seat in Faversham, 319, Ore manor, 383.

Brooke's, 114, 115.

Brooke, alias Westbrooke farm, in Ospringe, 513.

Broomdown, land, in Newington, 42.

Browne, Sir Edward, 3, 175; John, 51; Sir Anthony, 237; Robert, 333.

Browne's, of Beechworth, 126, 138.

Brumstone's, 538.

Bryanstone's, ibid.

Buck, Thomas, possesses Hall farm, with Pery marsh, in Harty, 282; Buck's, Thomas, 514; Buck's, 336.

Buckingham, Humphry-Stafford, duke of, 237.

Buck, Thomas, A. 576.

Buck's, A. 568.

Buckland, parish of, 396, A. 578.

Buckland Little, farm, in Stone, A. 578.

Bucknall, Thomas Skip, 30.

Buller, John, 516; Buller's, of Cornwall, 220, 221, 526.

Bumpit seat, in Linsted, 297.

Bunce, Stephen, 459; Bunce's, of Kemsing, 289; Bunce's, 432.

Burgess manor, in Leeds, A. 569.

Burgo, John de, 173, 525.

Burgh de, family of, 83.

Burley's, 428.

Burrish, Onslow, 545.

Busherb's chantry, in Sittingborne church, 161.

Burwash, Joane, lady Mohun, 535.

Burwash's, 64.

Bury, William, 225, 269.

Buss, James, possesses a part of Mottenden, in Hedcorne, A. 562.

Butts, Thomas, 29.

Butters manor, in Bredgar, A. 573.

C.

Cable, Mr. A. 565.

Cades manor, in Ospringe, 516.

Cæsar's, 224.

Cæsar's Commentaries, misrepresentation in, 447.

Cage, Edward, present rector of Easling, 437.

Cage, Charles, clerk, A. 569.

Calehill manor, in Minster, 225.

Calicoe House, in Newnham, 413.

Caii stratum, 193.

Callant's, A. 570.

Cambridge, st. John's college, in, possesses a gunpowder mill in Ospringe, 501; Elvyland manor, 515; the Maison Dieu, 523, and the parsonage and advowson of Ospringe, 526.

Campania de. See Champion's.

Canterbury, archbishops of, 285, 384, 462, 548; Arundel, 160, 237; Athelard, 124, 284; Anselm, 36; Becket, 48; Boniface, 285; Britwald, 123; Chichele, 28; Corboil, 218; Juxon, 444; Lanfranc, 443, 462, 466; Langton, 205, 306, 395; Parker, 103; Reynolds, 285, 374; Sancroft, 306, 315; Secker, 160; Stratford, 285, 548; Wake, 124; Walter, 285, 288, 419; Warham, A. 561; Wlfred, 532.

Canterbury, archbishop of, possesses the advowson of Rainham vicarage, 13; of Tunstall rectory, 97; Bredgar college, 103; Tong parsonage, 142; the parsonage and advowson of the vicarage of Sittingborne, 162; Leysdown parsonage and advowson of the vicarage, 270; Ore parsonage and advowson of the curacy, 385; Stalisfield parsonage and advowson of the vicarage, 443, 444; a pension from Throwley parsonage, 460; the advowson of Preston vicarage, 549.

Canterbury, archdeacon of, 328, 365; possesses Iwade parsonage and advowson of the curacy, 205; parsonage and advowson of Tenham vicarage, 294; Linsted parsonage and advowson of the vicarage, 306; Doddington parsonage and advowson of the vicarage, 315; the parsonage of Stone, 395.

Canterbury, dean and chapter of, possess Basser manor, 37;Halstow parsonage and advowson of the vicarage, 38;Milton parsonage and advowson of the vicarge, 190;Leysdown manor, 265; Faversham parsonage and advowson of the vicarage, 370;Eylwarton manor, 394; apension from Luddenhamchurch, 391; Woodlands, in Throwley, 446; parsonage &advowson of the vicarage of Sheldwich, 497; Copton and Hamme manors, 534, A. 577; Selgrave manor, 535, and Preston parsonage, 548; mistakes in their dotation charter, 396, 532.

Canterbury, Christ-church, priory in, 36, 38, 222, 264, 284, 394, 482, 533, 535, 548.

Canterbury, St. Augustine's abbey, in, 48, 49, 65, 79, 186, 187, 202, 229, 251, 325, 364.

Canterbury, St. Gregories priory, in, 384, 443, 466.

Canterbury, St. James's hospital, in, 105.

Capel, lady Dorothy, 360; her charity, 543; Henry, lord, ibid.

Capel, lady Dorothy, trustees of, possess Perry court, in Preston, 544.

Capys, Robert, 139, 147, 273.

Casaubon, Meric, 45.

Caslock's, alias Castelock's, account of, 126.

Castle Rough, in Milton, 154, 165.

Castle, Charles, 455.

Castelock's, of Faversham, 328, 359.

Caves, hollow ones, in different places, 145.

Cenulph, king of Mercia, 284, 532.

Cely, John, 496.

Chalfhunt's, A. 568.

Chalkwell Hamlet, in Milton, 164.

Chambers, Samuel, possesses Sutton Barne manor, in Borden, 71; Pistock manor and seat, in Tunstall, 95.

Chambers's, of Tunstall, 71; account of, 95.

Chamberlain, William, possesses Newburgh arm, in Tong, 141; — William, 389; Richard, 507.

Chambers's, A. 570.

Champion's, 277, 278, 403, 414, 416, 434.

Champions court, in Newnham, 414.

Champeneys, Richard, alias Gloucester, king of arms, 429.

Champneys's, 18.

Chapel house, in Ospringe, 500.

Chapman, James, the heirs of, possess Manns farm in Bredgar, 102; parsonage farm, in Eastchurch, 258.

Chapman, James, A. 570, 573, 575.

Chapman's, 434, 446, 494.

Charlton, George, 180.

Charleton, church of, 472.

Chart, Great, chantry in the church of, 518.

Chart Sutton, parish of, A. 563.

Charter, the first among the Saxons, 124.

Chauncy, Richard, 338.

Checheley-street. See Chesleystreet.

Cheke, Robert, D. D. 97.

Cheeks-court, in Tong, 139.

Chegworth mill, in Ulcomb, A. 564.

Chenalopex, or Bargander, found in Shepey, 214.

Cheney, William, 237; Francis, ibid. Thomas, of Woodley, 249; Edward, 463; John, 479.

Cheney's, of Shurland, 7, 9, 92, 95, 113, 127, 166, 219, 221, 223, 225, 227, 228, 237; account of, 248, 252, 255, 262, 267, 269, 278, 280, 281, 283, 333, 372, 375, 380, 408, 411, 419, 426, 507, 509.

Cheney's, of Higham, in Milsted, 92; account of, 110; of Bayford, 156; of Patrixborne, account of, 298.

Cherry garden of Kent, Tenham so called, 291.

Cherries planted at Tenham, ib.

Chesley-street, in Newington, 41.

Chest, governors of the, possess Mackland, in Rainham, 5; Scockles, in Minster, 226.

Chesterfield, Stanhope, earls of, 158, 443.

Chestnut woods, 43, 69, 170.

Chesnuts, the indigenious growth of Britain, 170.

Chetham, borougl. of, in Ospringe, 499.

Chevin's, 278, 416.

Chiche's, of the Dungeon, 183, 550, 553.

Chichester, dean and chapter of, possesses the parsonage and advowson of Bapchild vicarage, 131.

Chichester, Richard, 332.

Chicks court. See Cheekscourt.

Child, Robert, account of his will, A. 565.

Childre, Arnold, 135.

Childrey, Joshua, D. D. account of, 357.

Chilham, honor of, 424, 432, 427.

Chilton manor, in Sittingborne, 158.

Chilwell, Jonathan, A. 558.

Cholmeley, Sir Roger, 55.

Christopher, Angelus, 69.

Christian, Richard, dean of Ospringe, 530.

Churchfield farm, in Leysdown, 268.

Chute's, of Bethersden, 109.

Cinque ports, antiquity of, 339.

Clarembald, abbot, of Faversham, 328.

Clarence, George, duke of, 175, 237.

Clarke's, of Bredgar, 102; —alias Woodchurch, ib. 104.

Clarke, Wilfrid, present rector of Rodmersham, 121; Thomas, 282; Clarke's, 394.

Claxfield farm, in Linsted, 297.

Clerk, Mr. Sergeant, 220; Clerk's, 512.

Clerke, Sir Rowland, 138; Clerke's, of Frognall, 288, 293.

Clerkenwell nunnery, 161.

Clifford, Lewis, 147; Clifford's, of Bobbing, 129, 148; account of. 195, 201, 205; of Bobbing-place, account of, 199.

Clinton and Saye, Edward, lord, 383; Sir William de, 425.

Clive's, of Copton, 493, 512, 534.

Clovill's, of Essex, 550.

Cobham, John, alias Brooke, 63.

Cobham's, of Roundal, 84. 85; Cobham's, 273.

Cocks's, of Rainham, 12; of Worcestershire, account of, 51.

Coin, old, found at Tunstall, 82.

Cole, Robert, 281; John, warden of All Souls college, 337, 355.

Colebrooke's, of Chilham-castle, 433.

Colegate's, and others, possess a mill in Ore, 372.

Colepeper, Sir Cheney, 29; Thomas, 280; Thomas, of Bedgebury, 539; Francis, A. 566.

Colepeper's, A. 565, 566, 567.

Colepeper, Sir Richard, 11.

Coleyne, three kings of, 332.

Colley, Thomas, possesses Bobbing-place, 200.

Colsall, alias Chiches manor, in Milton, 183.

Colson. See Colsall.

Colt's, of Hertfordshire, 77.

Columbers, family of, 84.

Colyers farm, in Linsted, 301.

Colyns, Christopher, 237.

Constable, Sir Richard, 237.

Constables of Queenborough castle, 236.

Conyers key, in Tenham, 290.

Cooper, Rev. Mr. A. 557.

Copperas works, in Shepey, 213, 238.

Coppesham Sole, alias Copshole farm, in Sheldwich, 491.

Coppinger's, 378, 390.

Copsole farm, in Sheldwich, A. 579.

Copton manor, in Preston, 389, 393, 532.

Copton, A. 578.

Cooke, Major Thomas, 199.

Cooksditch seat, in Favershain, 335.

Corbet, Robert, 277; Corbet's, of Salop, 54; account of, 415.

Corbett, yoke of, in Borden, 75.

Corbie's, of Boughton Malherb, 158.

Cork, Richard Boyle, earl of, 545; John, bishop of, 547.

Coronations, Kentish gentry and their wives summoned to, 178.

Coterels, barrows, so called in Shepey, 215.

Cosnan, John, 257.

Coting, William, 125.

Cotton, Sir John Hinde, 268.

Coty, John, 70.

Counus of Ptolemy, 207.

Courthope, George, A. 561.

Council at Becanceld, 123, 124.

Cowland's, 312, 313.

Cox, Mathew, 338.

Craig, General Francis, governor of Sheerness, 231.

Cranerookemanor, in Newington, 62.

Crayford, Robert, 198.

Creed's, of Charing, 313.

Creges Emsline, water of, 284, 285.

Crespigny, Claude, representations of, lessees of Dandele, in Minster, A. 575.

Crevequer's, 13, 397, 470, 540.

Crew's, of Cheshire, 18.

Criols manor, in Borden, 71, A. 572.

Criol, John de, 278; Criol's, 71, 514.

Crispe's, 388.

Cripps, Francis, 389.

Croft, alias Yauger manor, in Hartlip, 18.

Croft's, 148.

Crogs deep, water so called, 283.

Cromer, William, 70, 140; Cromer's, of Tunstall, 81; account of, 86, 96, 146, 158, 161, 221, 273.

Cromer woods, in Tunstall, 80.

Cromp, Mrs. possesses Ashway manor, in Lenham, A. 565; Henrietta-Maria, 569.

Cromps, alias Baxton manor, in Bredgar, A. 573.

Crover, Matthew, 181.

Crown, the patron of Luddenham rectory, 391.

Crown key, in Sittingborne, 151.

Crux's, of Hartlip, 20.

Crux-hill, in Hartlip, ibid.

Cullum, Henry, sergeant at law, 433.

Curteis, Jeremiah, A. 562.

Customs, branch of, at Faversham, 348.

Culpeper's, A. 565.

D.

Dacre, Elizabeth, lady, 216, 370.

Dadmans seat, in Linsted, 296.

Dalton's, 455.

Dance, George, the architect, 363.

Dandele farm, in Minster, 222, 223.

Dane, many lands so called, 16.

Dane, Richard, 483.

Dane house in Hartlip, 20.

Danes, transactions of, 154, 164, 214, 215, 218; antiquities, 524.

Darbie's, account of, 441.

Darbies-Court manor, in Stalisfield, 441.

Darcy, Sir Thomas, 281.

Darell, Henry, lessee of Basser manor, 37; Darell's, of Calehill, ibid 542.

Darrel, Robert, master of the Maison Dieu, in Ospringe, 522.

Dashwood, dame Elizabeth, possesses fee-farm rents in Tunbridge, A. 559.

Dartford, priory of, 127.

Davenport, Richard, 181.

Davies, Joseph Rond, possesses Helme's manor, in Milton, 205.

Davington, parish of, 372, A. 577; Hall, or Court, 377; Priory of, 280, 283, 372, A. 578; account of, 373, 380, 411, 414, 419.

Dawes's, of Preston, 545.

Deanries, new ones, instituted, 188, 265, 368.

Dearson-street, in Tenham, A. 576.

Decoy for wild fowl, at Milton, 167.

Deincourt, Sir John, 266.

Delafaye, Rev. Theodore, 140.

Delaune's, of Sharsted, 305; account of, 309, 314, 416, 420.

Delves, George, 101.

Demesne, antient, 171.

Dene's, of Throwley, 450.

Denham, Sir John, 62.

Denton, alias Plumford manor, in Ospringe, 424.

Denton, Sir John, 525.

Dering, Sir Edward, bart. possesses Filcher's manor, and the parsonage and advowson of the vicarage of Bredgar, 105.

Dering's, of Doddington, 417.

Devereux, Sir John, 507.

Dewy's, of Surry, 512.

Digby, Henry, lord, 127, 513.

Diggs, Thomas, 26; Col. Edward, 198; John, 334; James, of Barham, 299; Sir Dudley, 482.

Diggs's, of Newington, 63, 64, 65; of Chilham, 26, 186, 433, 493.

Diggs marsh, in Upchurch, 26.

Dingley's, alias Dyneley's, account of, 541.

Dintry, John, 516.

Dive-court, See Diven manor.

Dive's, of Easling, 432.

Diven manor, in Easling, 424, 431.

Dixwell, barts. 350, 399.

Dock Royal, at Sheerness. 232.

Dodeham, See Doddington.

Doddington, parish of, 307, A. 577.

Dodmans, 28.

Dodmannys. See Dadmans.

Dodsworth, Rev. Francis, possesses Whiteman's, in Doddington, 307; present vicar of Doddington, 316.

Dodsworth, Francis and Frederick, clerks, possess an estate at Ringlestone, in Hollingborne, A. 568, 569.

Dokket, Robert, 543.

Donet's, of Rainham, 9, 12.

Dover castle, 470, 478, 540; Maison Dieu, hospital in, 113, 261.

Dover, Royce de, 53; Fulbert de, 387, 424, 427, 432, 434.

Downe-court manor, in Doddington, 311.

Downes, James, clerk, present vicar of Bredgar, A. 573.

Drake, William, heirs of, possess Goodneston and Baytord manors, in Sittingborne, 157; Westwood manor, in Preston, 537.

Drake's, of Amersham, account of, 157, 537, A. 574, 580.

Dray water, in Shepey, 272.

Drayton's, of Ospringe, 501, 502; account of, 514, 523.

Drilands. See Drylands.

Drury's, of Sewards, account of, 302, 305, 543.

Dryland's, 70, 287, 334, 364, 378, 388, 405.

Duke, Sir Edward, 197.

Dun combe, Anthony, lord Faversham, 321.

Dunes, abbot and convent of, 254.

Dungate-green hamlet, in Kingsdown, 113.

Dungate's, of Dungate-green, 312.

Dunstall. See Tunstall.

Duppa, Baldwin Duppa, A. 568. resides at Downe-court, in Doddington, A. 577.

Duras, Lewis, lord, account of, 485, 486.

Durfort, Lewis de, earl of Faversham, 321.

Durolevum, the Roman station, 44, 124, 153, 502.

Dutch, their attempt on the royal navy, 230.

Dyne, William, trustees of the children of, possess Petts, in Bredgar, A. 573; Little Shurland, alias Eastchurch parsonage, 575.

Dyneley's, alias Dingley's, account of, 541.

Dyot, Thomas, possesses Ham, alias West-court manor, in Upchurch, 30.

E.

Eastchurch, parish of, 245, A. 575.

East-Hall, in Murston, 146.

Easling, parish of, 422, A. 579.

Edwards, in Linsted, 304.

Edwards, Adam, 223; John, 376; Oliver, 433.

Edwin, Mrs. possesses Neatscourt, in Minster, 225.

Essingham, Howards, lords and earls of, 433.

Elephant, remains of, found, 264.

Elset, Mr. 31.

Elliot's farm, in Harty, 282.

Elmele, marsh of, 107.

Elmeley, Thomas, 534.

Elmsted's, 18.

Elvy, Mrs. possesses part of Arnolds manor, in Easling, 434.

Elvyland manor, in Ospringe, 514.

Elwerton manor, in Stone, 393.

Emley Island, and parish of, 272, A. 576.

Empson, Jeffry, 6.

Ernolton, See Elwarton.

Eschequer, Robert de, 435.

Esling's, of Easling, 424, 435.

Essex, Thomas Cromwell, earl of, 536.

Eton college possesses Newington parsonage and advowson of the vicarage, 66.

Evans, Mr. possesses an estate in Kingsdown, 115; — Samuel, present vicar of Sittingborne, 163; — admiral, A. 573.

Eve's, of Linsted, 61, 304; of Doddington, 307, 399, 400.

Eve, Charles, possesses a third part of the advowson of Buckland, 400.

Eveas's, 147, 332.

Evesham, John de, clerk, 9.

Evering's, of Alkham, 451, 454.

Ewell, parish of, 537.

Ewell manor, in Faversham, 337.

Eyhorne-green and street, in Hollingborne, A. 567.

F.

Fafresfield. See Faversham.

Fagge's, of Sussex, barts. 62; of Faversham, 338, 364; account of, 551, 553.

Fagge, Thomas, and Mildred his wife, possess Yorkes, alias Peter Dodswell's manor, in Bredgar, A. 573.

Fairfax, lord, A. 567; Fairfax, Dr. 569.

Fairman, William, possesses Frogenhall, in Tenham, A. 576.

Fane, Sir Ralph, 138.

Fane's, A. 558.

Fanhope, John Cornwall, baron of, 236.

Farborne Little, manor, in Harrietsham, A. 565.

Farleigh, West, parish of, 51, A. 557, 560.

Farleigh, East, manor, A. 557.

Fathers, Nicholas, alias Bradburne, 334.

Favell, Christopher, 3, 175.

Faversham, hundred of, 317; parish and town of, 318; manor of, 173, A. 577; abbot and convent of, 168, 278, 280, 337, 355, 391, 419, 497, 499, 513, 548; church of, 497, 522.

Faversham, Several of that surname, 321.

Faversham, Sir George Sondes, earl of, 452, 459, 464, 477, account of, 484.

Faversham, Lewis, lord Duras, earl of, 452, 465, 478; account of, 486.

Faversham, Anthony Duncombe lord, 321.

Fearne's, of Bredgar, 100, 104.

Fleet prison, custody of granted, 462, 463.

Flies, quantities of, 204.

Flints on barren lands, their great use, 448.

Flint, Mrs. lessee of Judde house, 520.

Fludd mill key, in Milton, 165.

Fienes's, 428.

Filcher, alias Filters manor, in Bredgar, 105.

Filmer, Sir Beversham, bart. possesses an estate in Newington,41; Luddenham manor, 389; part of Mottenden farm, in Hedcorne, A. 562;

Filmer's, of East Sutton, 265. A. 561, 563.

Filmer, William, present vicar of Borden, 80.

Filmer, lady, possesses Hodleigh manor, in Lamberhurst, A. 561.

Finch, Saville, heirs of, lessees of Rushindon manor, 223; Wormdale manor, in Newington, 62, A. 571.

Finch's, 268, 459; of Aylesford, 8, 61, 223; of Eastwell, 436; of Faversham, account of, 334, 551; of Grovehurst, account of, 181, 186; of Kingsdown, account of, 113, 115, 157, A. 568; of Linsted, 303, 543; of Norton, account of, 403; of Preston, account of, 544, 547; of Sewards, account of, 302.

Finlay, Captain, occupies Norton court, A. 578.

Fineux, Sir John, 299, 408.

Firman, Mr. 105.

Fish, monstrous one driven on shore, 217; remarkable one caught at Faversham, 320.

Fishborne manor, 375, 378.

Fishery at Milton, account of, 168.

Fitzbernard's, 136.

Fitzpain, Roger, 473.

Fitzwalter, Walter, lord, 146.

Foord, James, occupies a house at Whitehill, in Ospringe, 502; lessee of Leysdown manor, A. 576.

Foote. G. Talbot, Hatley, possesses Ham, in Preston, 390.

Foster, William, D. D. occupies a house in Watringbury, A. 557; possesses Lodingford manor, in Yalding, 558.

Forster's, of Borden, account of, 74.

Fossils, quantities of, in Shepey, 213; receipt for their preservation, 264.

Fowle, John, lessee of Berengrave manor, in Rainham, 11.

Fowle, Bartholomew, alias Linsted, 297.

Fox, George, 210; John, 236.

Franklyn's, of Badlesmere, account of, 479.

Freeman's, 378.

Fremlyn, Gilbert, 18.

French, Thomas, 282.

Frid wood, in Borden, 70; in Murston, 145.

Frinsted, parish of, A. 569.

Frogenhall, alias Frognal manor, in Newington 57, in Tenham, 286, A. 576.

Frogenhall's, 57, 287, 293, 388, 398, 403.

Fuller, John, possesses Bapchildcourt manor, 125.

Fulston farm, in Sittingborne. 158.

Furnese's, of Waldershare, 289, 294, 488, 509, 511.

G.

Gage, Sir John, 507.

Gambier, admiral, A. 557.

Gardyner, Thomas, 147.

Gare, de la, family of, 3.

Gare. See Gore manor.

Garford, Richard, 539.

Garrard's, 63; Garrard's, alias Gerrard's, of Bayford, account of, 157, 158, 537.

Garret's, 224.

Gascoigne, Thomas, possesses Morris-court, in Bapchild, 127.

Gates's, 432, 434.

Gatton's, of Throwley, 449, 459.

Gatton tower, in Dover castle, 449.

Gaunt, John of, 223.

Geary, Sir William, bart. possesses Upper Toes manor, in Bobbing, 200.

Genery, William, 73, 447.

George, John, 303.

Gering. Josias, 222.

Gerrard's. See Garrard's.

Gerund's, 568.

Gibbon, Mary, 21, 200.

Gilbert, Sir Humphry, 227; account of, 476.

Giles, Gabriel, 479; Giles's, 375; of Sheldwich, account of, 492; of Preston, 539; Giles's, A. 568.

Gillow, Mrs. possesses Cooksditch, 336, A. 577; Ewell manor, in Faversham, 338; Ore mills, 372; Thomas possesses Buckland manor, 399; White's manor, in Lenham, A. 565; Tenham parsonage, 576.

Gillow's, of Cooksditch, account of, 336.

Gipps, George, possesses Emley island and parish, 274, A. 576; lessee of Ore parsonage, 385; of Stalisfield parsonage, 443.

Giraud, Francis-Frederick, present master of Faversham School, 357; present curate of Ore, 386; vicar of Preston, 549.

Girunde's, 397, 515.

Gloucester, Humphry, duke of, 174; Richard, duke of, 475.

Glovers seat, in Sittingborne, 151.

Godding, Thomas, 398.

Godfrey, Thomas, of Lyd, 102; Godfrey's, of Norton, account of, 404, 409.

Godislands, alias WoodCourt, in Badlesmere, 478.

Godwin, earl of Kent, 215.

Golden wood, in Sittingborne, 151.

Goldsmith's, 58.

Goldwell's, 405, 517; chantry in Great Chart, 518.

Goldwell manor, in Hadlow, A. 558.

Goodneston manor, in Sittingborne, 155; parish of, 549.

Goodwin, earl of Kent, 155, 165.

Goodwin's manor, in Hadlow, A. 558.

Gore manor, in Upchurch, 27; in Tunstall, 93; Gorecourt, in Borden, A. 572.

Gore, Arthur, and Sir Booth, bart. possess Gore-hill seat, in Bobbing, 193, A. 575.

Gore, William, 228; Gore's, of Tunstall, 93.

Gorge, Nicholas, 197.

Gorham's, 199.

Goore, Richard, 333.

Goring's, of Sussex, barts. 62.

Gosselin, Capt. and C. Brook, possess a house in Faversham, 319; Ore manor, 383.

Gower, Mary, lady dowager, 361.

Grangeman's, 70.

Grandison, George Villiers, viscount, 539.

Graveney's, 19.

Grayling's, A. 573.

Grayney manor, in Hartlip, 19, A. 571.

Greaves, Robert, 108.

Gregories, in Easling, 422.

Green, Thomas, 129; John, 378; Green's, alias Norton's, 30, 70, 77, 202, 288.

Greenstreet hamlet, in Tenham, 290.

Greenstreet's, of Claxfield, 297; of Norton, 454; of Ospringe, 511, 515, 516, 524; of Selling, 525; of Linsted, A. 577.

Greenway court, in Hollingborne, A. 567.

Greet's seat, in Doddington, 312.

Greet's, of Doddington, 312.

Grenebergh, marsh, in Upchurch, 27.

Grey, Reginald, of Ruthin, 86, 273; Grey's, of Rotherfield, 266.

Groombridge, Richard possesses Ham, in Lenham, A. 565.

Grove-end, in Tunstall, 81, 87.

Grove's, of Tunstall, 73; account of, 95, 97, 426, 429, 494, A. 579.

Grovehurst manor, in Milton, 181.

Grove's, 181.

Grovers. See Grovehurst.

Guildford, Sir John, 97, 429.

Guildford, earl of, 488, 549.

Guildford, George Augustus, earl of, possesses Tenham outlands, alias New-gardens, 289; a house at Whitehill, in Ospringe, 502; Ospringe manor, and Queen-court, 510; Plumford arm, and Painters manor, in Ospringe 512.

Gunpowder, manufacture of, at Faversham, 353; terrible explosion from, ibid. mill at Ospringe, 500.

Gurney, Sir Richard, account of, 197.

H.

Hadde's, of Frinsted, A. 568.

Hadlow, parish of, A. 558.

Halden's, 428.

Halkwell, in Tudeley, A. 560.

Hales, Sir Christopher, 7, 28, 147, 538; Thomas, 147; Sir Edward, 349, 351, 493.

Hales, Sir Edward, bart. possesses Tunstall manor, 91; Fulston manor, in Sittingborne, 159.

Hales's, of the Dungeon, 405; of Nackington, 102; of Tunstall, 81; account of, 88, 96, 146, 149, 225, 274; Hales's, 518.

Halke, Richard, present vicar of Faversham, 371, and Selling, A. 577.

Hall, George, D.D. archdeacon of Canterbury, 206.

Halls farm, alias AbbatsCourt, in Harty, 281.

Halsham's, of Sussex, 377.

Halstow, parish of, 34.

Halywell hamlet, in Upchurch, 26.

Ham hamlet, in Upchurch, 26.

Ham, alias West-court manor, in Upchurch, 30.

Ham farm, in Luddenham, 389.

Ham-marsh manor, 389, 393, 532, A. 577; demesnes of, ibid. arm, in Lenham, A. 565.

Hammond, William, 517.

Hamond key, in Milton, 166.

Hamwold, den of, in Woodnesborough, 510.

Handfield, Stephen, possesses a house in Ulcomb, A. 564.

Hansletts farm, 515; forstal in Ospringe, 502.

Harbroe, James, possesses Goldwell manor, in Hadlow, A. 558, 561.

Harding's, 29.

Harrietsham, parish of, A. 565; — Little, manor of, Ibid.

Harrington, Thomas, 534.

Harpur, Gabriel, possesses Gorecourt, in Tunstall, 94; Geo. 103.

Harold, king, 155.

Hart, Richard, 262, A. 575; Thomas, 268.

Hart's, patrons of Warden rectory, 262.

Hart's, 415, 459; Hart's, of Ospringe, 525; of Preston, 544.

Hartlip, parish of, 15, A. 571; place, 20.

Harty, isle of, 276, A. 576.

Harvey's, of Dane-court, 158, 161; of Tunbridge, account of, A. 559.

Harfleet, alias Sharpness marsh, in Upchurch, 31.

Hassell, William, clerk, A. 568.

Hasted's, 29, 290, account of, 65, 430.

Hatherill, Joseph, present curate of Queenborough, 245.

Hastings key, in Rainham, 5.

Hatch, Henry, of Faversham, 358, 362, 363.

Hatton, George Finch, possesses the advowson of Easling rectory, 436.

Haute, Francis, 101.

Hayns, Richard, fruiterer to king Henry VIII. 291.

Haysden, tithery of, in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Hayter's, of Tunstall, 95.

Hayward, Sir John, trustees of, possess Minster manor, in Shepey, 220, 221.

Hayward, Anne, 121; Hayward's, 388.

Hazard's, 139, 147.

Head's, barts. 440, 512.

Heart's Delight hamlet, in Borden, 68, A. 571.

Hedcorne, parish of, A. 562.

Hegdale pit, near Faversham, 319.

Helmes, alias Holmes manor, in Iwade, 204.

Hencliff, John, 293.

Hendress, Susannah, A. 572.

Henley, William, of Otham, A. 569.

Hengist, the Saxon chief, 132, 133.

Henman's, of Lenham,

Herbert, Mrs. Anne, and others, possess Milton hundred, 3, A. 571; fishery at Milton, 169; Milton manor, 177; Calehill manor, in Minster, 226; Shurland manor and seat, 250; and Northwood manor, in Eastchurch, 252.

Herbert's, of Tythorpe, account of, 176.

Herdson, Thomas, 465.

Herlackenden's, of Tunstall, 93.

Heron, Thomas, of Chilhamcastle, 433.

Herst-hall, in Herst, 145.

Hert, Thomas le, of Faversham, 544.

Hervey, George, 55.

Heure, William de, 173.

Hey, Thomas, D. D. present vicar of Eastchurch, 258.

Higham alias Great Higham court manor, in Milsted, 110.

Hill-green house, in Stockbury, A. 570.

Hills, William, possesses a moiety of the parsonage and advowson of Newnham vicarage, 420.

Hilton, John, possesses Great, alias South Wilderton manor, 455; Lord's, seat, in Sheldwich, 493; Lord's, of Sheldwich, account of, 492.

Hinde, John, possesses Owre house, in Milton, 183; Rev. Charles, ibid.

Hinkley chancel, in Tenham church, 293.

Hoade-street. See Wood-street, 74.

Hoby, Sir Edward, 237; —of Bisham, account of, 219. 250, 262.

Hockstet-green, in Throwley, 455.

Hogshaws seat, in Milsted, 108, A. 574.

Holbean. See Holborne.

Holborne farm, in Stalisfield, 438.

Holbrooke's, of Newington, 41; account of, 63, 65.

Hollaway, Richard, possesses Nonsuch manor, in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Hollingborne, parish of, A. 566.

Holme mill, in Harrietsham, A. 565.

Holmes, Mr. his school at Southborough, A. 559.

Homestall farm, in Newnham, 418.

Honymarsh manor. See Hamme-marsh.

Honywood, Filmer, lessee of Lodge, in Linsted. A. 576.

Hooker, Thomas, possesses gunpowder mills in Tunbridge, A. 559; Thomas, ibid. 560; John possesses an estate in Brenchley, A. 561.

Hooper's, of Stockbury, 140.

Hope, John, lessee of Ore parsonage, 385; possesses Hanslets arm, in Ospringe, 516.

Hopton, Thomas, 54.

Hopson, William, possesses Minster parsonage, A. 575.

Hosier, vice-admiral Francis, 258; Hosier's, 262, 459.

Hoskins's, 422.

Horsa, the Saxon chief, 132.

Horden, William, 28.

Horn's lodge. See Tilney's lodge

Horsham manor, in Upchurch, 28, 42.

Horsemonden, Dr. Thomas, 459.

Horsemunden, parish of, A. 561.

Houghton, Thomas, 181.

Hous, Thomas, 30.

Housson, William, 130, 141, 149.

Howe, Thomas, possesses a house in Kingsdown, 113.

Howfield manor, in Chartham, 384, 443.

Hudson, John, possesses Southdean manor, in Stockbury, A. 570; Madams-court, in Frinsted, ibid. Northwood, in Bicknor, ibid.

Hugessen, William, of Stodmarsh, possesses Cheeks-court, in Tong, 140.

Hugessen's, of Linsted, account of, 303, 305; of Dover, 417, 518; of Provender, account of, 406, 519.

Huggins's key, in Milton, 166.

Hulks's, 148.

Hulse's, alias Hulkes's, of Newnham, 418, 419; account of, 420; Hulse's, of Chartham, 547.

Hungate, William, 507.

Hunsdon, Careys, lords, 253.

Hunt, Samuel, 183.

Hunton, parish of, A. 557.

Huntingdon, William Clinton, earl of, 174, 425, 508.

Huntingfield manor, in Easling, 424, 426; manor, in Sheldwich, 494.

Huntingfield, family of, account of. 427, 434.

Hurlestone, Nicholas, 58.

Hyde, West, heirs of, possess Uston manor, 93, A. 572.

Hysted forstal, in Sittingborne, 151.

I.

Jackson, Jeremiah, present vicar of Ospringe, 531.

Jacob, Edward, F. S. A. his treatise on the Shepey fossils, 213; his discoveries at Leysdown, 264; account of him, 268, 357.

Jacob, Mrs. possesses Nutts, in Leysdown, 268, A. 576; Cades manor, in Ospringe, 517.

Jacson's, 56.

James's, of Easling, account of, 426, 429, 539.

Iden, Alexander, 87.

Jeffrey, Edward, 103.

Jeffrey's, 534, A. 578.

Jeffreys's, of Borden, A. 573.

Ightham, parish of, A. 556.

Jell, James, and Thomas Benn tt possess the advowson of Warden, A. 575.

Jemmett, William, and Wm. Marshall possess Posiers manor, in Borden, 74; Northcourt, Denton, and Plumford manor, 426; Scooks, alias Scrooks manor, A. 580; Huntingfield manor, in Easling, 430, and in Sheldwich, 494.

Jenner, John, present rector of Buckland, 401.

Jennins, Stephen, 543.

Isles's, 139, 147, 361.

Ingham, John, 338.

Ingles, Anthony, 390.

Insula, Sir William de, 391.

Johnson, Randolph, 539.

Johnson, Sir Richard Vander Bempde, bart. possesses the North Fryth, in Tunbridge, A. 559.

Jones, Arthur, 19; Dr. David, 390; Inigo, the architect, 484, 500.

Jordan, Thomas, clerk, 569.

Ipre, William de, 324, 455.

Isles, George, A. 573.

Isley's, 101.

Judde house, in Ospringe, 500, 519; —hill, 502.

Judde, Daniel, 520; Judde's, of Tunbridge, 550, 553.

Jumper, William, 140, A. 570.

Juniper tree, remarkable large one, 107.

Ive, Sir Mark, 30, 202; Ive's, of Essex, 288.

Iwade, parish of, 203.

K.

Kade, Arnulf, 383, 439.

Karter's hythe, in Upchurch, 26.

Kemp, Mr. lessee of Tenham parsonage, 295; lessee of Elvyland manor, in Ospringe, 515.

Kempe, Sir Thomas, 550, 553; Kempe's, 126.

Kemsley down, in Milton, 154, 165.

Keat, Sir Jonathan, bart. 182, 183.

Kendall, John, 130.

Kenn, Sir Christopher, 55, 56.

Kennet, John, 289.

Kent, Hubert de Burgh, earl of, account of, 83, 113, 505; William de Ipre, earl of, 324.

Kenulph, king of Mercia, 124.

Kentish cherries and pippins, planted at Tenham, 291.

Keycole farm, 62; Hill, in Newington, 43, 62.

Key-street, in Bobbing, 43, 193.

Killigrew's, 312.

King Edward III. at Queenborough, 234; king George I. and II. at Sittingborne, 152; king James II. his treatment at Faversham, 349; king John at Ospringe, 505; king Stephen's castle, 503.

King, Thomas, 244.

Kingsborough manor, in Eastchurch, 252; farm of, ibid.

Kingsdown, parish of, 112, A. 574.

King's Ferry, account of, 210, 252.

Kingsmill manor, in Faversham, 338.

Kirton's, 389.

Knatchbull, Sir Edward, bart. and others, possess an estate in Linsted, 303; Provenders, in Norton, 407; Putwood manor, in Ospringe, 519.

Knight, Thomas, 58.

Knowle hill seat, in Ulcomb, A. 564.

Knollys, Sir Robert, 273.

Knowler's, of Faversham, 127, 360, 454, 512.

Knox, Vicesimus, clerk, A. 556.

Kyne, John, 279.

Kyriels manor. See Criols.

L.

Lacy, Butler, the daughters of, 75.

Lacy's, A. 572.

Wrens farm, in Borden, 75.

Ladding, Stream of, A. 558.

Lade, John, possesses Goodneston manor, and part of the advowson of the rectory, 552, 554; Lade's, of Boughton, account of, 552.

Lamberhurst, parish of, A. 561.

Lamprey, Thomas, present vicar of Halstow, 40; of Stalisfield, 445.

Lancaster, John of Gaunt, duke of, 236.

Land, round tilt, 123.

Langdon, West, abbey of, 142.

Langdon manor, in Faversham, 336.

Langley, parish of, A. 563.

Langton, archbishop, 394.

Larkham, of Richmond, 125.

Laurence, Henry, 5.

Lawson, James, of Faversham, 362.

Laysdown, borough of, 51.

Leach, Sir Edward, 175.

Leathes, Mordaunt, present vicar of Harty, 283.

Legrand, John, 181.

Lee, Emmola, 546.

Leeds, parish of, A. 569.

Leeds Castle, 471, 472.

Leeds priory, 9, 13, 77, 79, 274, 384, 434.

Lees Court, in Sheldwich, 483.

Leeze's possess Diven manor, in Easling, 433.

Leicester, Turville, earl of, 550.

Leigh, Egerton, heirs of, possess the advowson of Murston rectory, 149.

Lemmey, John, possesses Merecourt, in Murston, 148.

Lemors, John, A. 570.

Len river, A. 564.

Lenham, parish of, A. 564.

Lennard, Richard, 541; Thomas, lord Dacre, ibid.

Lepers, hospital for, 521.

Lese, atte, family of, 259, 483, 494, 496.

Lesnes, abbey of, 53, 65.

Leveland, parish of, 461; family of, 462, 463, 466.

Levenoke manor, in Newington, 58.

Levesey's, account of, 220, 224, 226, 228.

Levesey. See also Livesey.

Lewin, Sir Justinian, 184.

Lewknor's, of Challock, 450, 451, 454.

Lewson-street hamlet, in Tenham, 289.

Leyborne's, 6, 26, 27, 64, 100, 155, 425, 518.

Leysdown, parish of, 263, A. 576.

Lillichurch, manor of, 324.

Limsey's, 536.

Linche, physician to Henry VIII. 135.

Linsted, parish of, 296, A. 576.

Lisle dieu, abbey of, 32, 33.

Lisle, Mr. 58.

Littles manor, in Sheldwich, 494.

Livesey, Edward, 491; Livesey's, account of, 256.

Livesey. See also Levesey.

Lodingford manor, in Yalding, A. 557.

Lostie, Robert, possesses Sholand farm, in Newnham, 418, Loftie's, of Canterbury, account of, 417.

Lodge manor, in Linsted, 298.

Longchamp, Osbert de, 462.

Long-house arm, in Harty, 278.

London, John de, 38; Henry, 538.

London, St. Bartholomew's hospital in, possesses Holborn farm, in Stalisfield, 438.

London, St. Katherine's hospital in, 222, 224.

London, St. Laurence Poultney college in, 436.

London, prebendary of Rugmer, in St. Paul's, in, 460.

Lords manor, in Sheldwich, 492.

Lorenden, alias Cades manor, in Ospringe, 516.

Lorenden's, of Challock, ibid.

Loudwell, Mr. possesses part of Mottenden, in Hedcorne, A. 562.

Lovaine's, 506.

Lovel, lords and viscounts, 266.

Lovel's, 108.

Lovelace, William, 420; Lovelace's, of Bayford, account of, 156.

Lough, J. present curate of Iwade, 206; his school at Milton, A. 574.

Lowe, Simon, 279.

Lucas, John, 71.

Luck, Richard, 222.

Lucies manor, in Newington, 53.

Lucy, 64, 65; Lucy's, account of, 49, 53, 57.

Luddenham, parish of, 386, 532, A. 577.

Lundenwic, 210.

Lukyn's, of Favesham, 513.

Lushington, Rev. James-Stephen, possesses Higham manor, in Milsted, 111; Rodmersham manor, Newhouse, and the advowson of the rectory, 119, 121; Colsall manor, in Milton, 184.

Lushington's, account of, 118, 160, 161, 184, 404, 417.

Lyddel, Robert, 526.

Lydles manor. See Littles.

Lynacre, Thomas, priest, account of, 57, 60.

Lynch's, of Groves, 440.

Lypyeatt, Bonnick, 319, 383.

M.

Machchevet. See Macknar.

Mackenade. See Macknar.

Mackenade, William, 335.

Mackland farm, in Rainham, 5.

Madder cultivated, 319, 500.

Macnamara, John, possesses Crost, alias Yauger manor, in Hartlip, 19.

Macknarmanor, in Preston, 537.

Marlborough, Charles, duke of, 353.

Malcolm, Sir James, lieutenantgovernor of Sheerness, 231.

Malata, or Shepey, 208.

Maison Dieu, in Ospringe, 366, 500.

Maney's, of Biddenden, 19, 273.

Manns farm, in Bredgar, 101.

Manny, Sir Walter, account of, 85.

Mansfield, Charles Cavendish, lord, 184.

Mantell, Thomas, 517.

March, Thomas, of Borden, 73; Sarah, A. 572.

March, Thomas, executors of, possess Criols-court, in Borden, 73; A. 572.

March, Mortimers, earls of, 137.

Maresbarrow. See Maresborough.

Mareys, William, 293, 546.

Markham's, 526.

Marsh, John, occupies a house in Rainham, A. 571.

Marsh, Rev. Mr. possesses a house in Bredgar, 99; Sarah, A. 573.

Marsh, Terrey, Mrs. lessee of Ospringe parsonage, 520, A. 580.

Marsh, Susan, 181; John, 361.

Marshall, William, and others, possess North-court and Denton, alias Plumford manors, 426; Huntingfield manor, in Easling and Sheldwich, 430, 494, A. 572, 579; William possesses Huntingfield manor, in Ulcomb, A. 564.

Marsham, Hon. and Rev. Dr. lessee of Aldington, in Thurnham, A. 569.

Martin, David, present vicar of Leysdown, 271.

Martin, Benjamin, 253; Alice, 459.

Martyn's, of Graveney, 186, 337, 403, 550, 553.

Mason, Anthony, 101.

Master, Sir Edward, 334; Master's, of Faversham, 127; of Langdon and Ospringe, account of, 526; Mrs. possesses Yokes, in Mereworth, A. 556.

Matchin, Thomas, 125.

Matilda, queen, buried at Faversham, 325.

Matson, Edward, occupies Woodstreet house, 122; Robert occupies Borden-hall, A. 572; lessee of the chantry in Bredgar, A. 573.

May, Mr. possesses the old chapel and lands in Bapchild, 130; John, 152.

May's, 122.

Maycott's, 417.

Mendfield, Thomas, 357, 359, 363, 399.

Mellish's, 509.

Menzies, William-Philip, present curate of Minster, 229.

Mere-court, in Rainham, 6; in Murston, 147.

Meresborough, in Rainham, 6

Meredale, Jeffry de, 6, 8.

Merethorne, in Rainham, 6.

Merrywether, Robert, 224.

Mereworth, parish of, A. 556.

Mariams, alias Madams court, in Frinsted, A. 570.

Methodists, school for, A. 559, at Southborough.

Meynel, Godfrey, 262.

Michell, Thomas, 543.

Milburne's, of Ospringe, account of, 520.

Milles's, of Norton and Davington, account of, 378, 403, 404.

Mills, Henry, possesses Newington Lucies manor, 56; Rev. Mr. 140.

Milsted, parish of, 107, A. 573; manor of, 272.

Milton, hundred of, 2, A. 571; parish of, 163, A. 574; town burnt, 155.

Milton natives, the finest oysters, so called, 169.

Milway, Rev. Mr. 20; Clement 29.

Minching woods, in Tunstall, 95, 117.

Minster, parish of, 217, A. 575; borough of, 51; nunnery, 74, 94, 201, 218, 228.

Mitchell, Capt. Stephen, 180; Robert possesses Minster parsonage and the patronage of the curacy, 228.

Moated house, in Iwade, 204.

Mocking's, 108.

Mohun, Joane, lady, 535.

Moles, very few in Shepey, 214.

Monins's, of Waldershare, 183, 184, 383.

Monson family, account of, 488, 489.

Monson, Hon. Lewis, afterwards Watson, account of, 489.

Moore-street hamlet, in Rain ham, 4.

Moore, Sir George, 198, 201, 202.

Montague, John, present rector of Emley, 276.

Montfort, Hugh de, 173.

Montgomery, Philip-Herbert, earl of, 175, 226, 250.

Montresor, John, possesses Huntingfield Court, in Easting, 431; Belmont seat, in Throwley, 447; North Wilderton manor, 454; a house at Whitehill, 502; Syndal farm, 521; Bavell, alias Bayfield farm, in Ospringe, A. 580.

Montresor, John, 459.

Moore-street farm, in Rainham, A. 571.

Moorlands manor, in Yalding, A. 558.

Morgan, George, possesses Macknar manor, in Preston, 539.

Mores's, of Tunstall, account of, 94, 97.

Moreton, Robert, present vicar of Tong, 143.

Morris-Court manor, in Bapchild, 125.

Morrison, George, possesses Chilton manor, in Sittingborne, 158.

Mortimer's, 137, 473.

Mote farm, in Harty, 278, 281.

Moteneye marsh, in Rainham, 6.

Mottenden, in Hedcorn, A. 562.

Mount Richard, possesses Rushitt, in Norborne, 402.

Moyle, Sir Thomas, 429, 436.

Moyle's, of Buckwell, 14.

Munn, Humphry, 383.

Murston, parish of, 143, A. 574.

Murton, John, lessee of Langdon manor, in Faversham, 337.

Musgrave, Joseph, possesses Borden hall, with the parsonage and advowson of Borden vicarage, 78.

Musgrave, Joseph, account of, 78.

Muston. See Murston.

N.

Nailbourne, in Ospringe, account of, 501.

Nailor, George, present curate of Davington, 381.

Napleton's, of Borden, 75, 76, 77.

Napleton, Thomas, of Faversham, 360.

Nash, Mrs. lessee of Berengrave farm, in Rainham, 5; Gawin, Harris, 62.

Naylor, George, 455.

Neame, Mr. possesses Chapelhouse, in Ospringe, 500.

Neats-court manor, in Minster, 224.

Nepean, Evan, M. P. for Queenborough, 243.

Nethersole, John, of Barham, 93; Nethersole's, 516.

Nether Toes manor, in Bobbing, 200.

Neville, Sir Thomas, 109, 196.

Newbarrow farm. See Newburgh.

Newburgh farm, in Tong, 140.

Newburgh, Edward Barret, lord, 541.

New Gardens, aliasTenham Outlands, 289.

Newhall, alias Borstall manor, in Minster, 221.

Newington, parish of, 40, A. 571; manor of, 217.

Newington, nunnery of, 48, 218.

New Marsh, in Upchurch, 31.

Newman, Daniel, occupies a house in Hollingborne, A. 567.

Newnham manor, in Linsted, 298.

Newnham, parish of, 413, A. 578.

Newnham, family of, 373, 403, 409, 411, 414, 419.

Newton, Richard, 135, 222.

Nicholas seat, in Ospringe, 502.

Nicholson's, of Homestall, 314; of Doddington, 418.

Nonsuch manor, in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Norden, John, 147; Norden's, 6, 12, 139, 432.

Norreys, Thomas, 12.

Norfolk, Howards, dukes of, 475.

North, Oliver, clerk, A. 560.

North-Court, alias North Easling manor, 424.

Northfield, church of, 472.

Northampton, William Bohun, earl of, 137, 473.

Northumberland, Percys, earls of, 278, 464.

Norwich, Goldwell, bishop of, 517.

Northwood, Chasteney manor, in Milton, 177, 186; manor in Easichurch, 251; farm in Bicknor, A. 570.

Northwood, John de, 3, 237; entertains king Henry V. at Sittingborne, 152; Simon de, 450.

Northwood's, of Dane-court, 180; of Northwood, 251, 257, 493; Northwood's, 18, 64; account of, 178, 186, 388, 463, 525, 535.

Northwood, Edward, 398.

Norton, parish of, 401, A. 578.

Norton, Sir John, 77; Norton's of Borden, 18; of Northwood, 57; account of, 179, 186, 387, 539; of Leescourt, account of, 259, 287, 336, 483; Norton's, 64, 65, 70, 314, 389.

Norton, Thomas, alias Green, 179; Norton's, 30.

Nottingham-court. See Higham.

Nottingham's, of Higham and Bayford, account of, 110, 156, 138.

Nowdes seat, in Linsted, 297.

Nowell, Elizabeth, 514.

Nutts manor, in Leysdown, 267; an estate in Minster, 269.

O.

Oade-street. SeeWood-street.

Oak, singular species of, 69.

Oaks seat, in Ospringe, 502.

Offa, king of Mercia, 215, 284.

Oldwivers less, in Chilham, running match at, 482, 493.

Oldbury, John, 162.

Oliver, Nicholas, 495.

Oratory, or chapel, at Ospringe, account of, 500.

Ordnance, board of, possess Kingsmill manor, in Faversham, 339; Branch of, at Faversham, 353.

Ore, parish of, 381; mills, 372; manor of, 439; church of, 442.

Orreby's, 84.

Osborne, Stephen, 253, 261; Osborne's, of Hartlip, account of, 19, 56; — of Nutts, 268.

Ospringe, parish of, 499, A. 579;place, 500; Maison Dieu, in, 514; account of, 521, 525.

Otham, borough of, 51; parish of, A. 569.

Otterden, parish of, A. 569.

Otterham manor, in Upchurch, 29.

Otteridge, in Bersted, A. 569.

Ovinia, or Shepey, 208.

Outeridge, Thomas, A. 561.

Owen, Mr. present vicar of Tenham, 296.

Owre manor, in Milton, 182.

Owre, Robert, 521.

Oxenbridge's, 551.

Oxford, Vere's, earls of, 236, 434, 469, 473; account of, 474.

Oxford, All Souls college in, possesses Horsham manor, in Upchurch, 28, 29; the parsonage and advowson of the vicarage of Upchurch, 32; mill and land in Halstow, 34, 35; lands in Newington, 42; the advowson of Emley rectory, 274; governors of Faversham school, 356.

Oxford, Corpus Christi coll. in, possesses Shepherd's Forstall estate, in Sheldwich, 495.

Oxford, Merton coll. in, possesses Lucies and Tracies manors, in Newington, 58, 61.

Oxford, Cardinals college in, 66.

Oyster fishery, at Milton, account of, 169.

Oysters, account of their origin and growth, 352.

P.

Packman, Mr. lessee of Upchurch parsonage, 32.

Page, Henry, of Faversham, account of, 322.

Page, Sir Thomas Hyde, 232.

Page's key, in Milton, 166.

Pagitt's, 56.

Painters farm, in Ospringe, 510; manors, A. 579.

Palmer's, of Hartlip, account of, 18; of Wingham, 256.

Papillon, David, possesses an estate in Throwley, 446; Littles manors, in Sheldwich, 495; John Rawstorne, clerk, A. 560.

Paradise farm, in Hartlip, 16.

Paramour, Thomas, 278, 279, 280.

Parishes, parts of separated, 145, 386, 532.

Parke, Richard, 543.

Parker, Mathew, 161.

Parker, Dewy, heirs of, posses Bavell farm, in Ospringe, 512.

Parliament, held at Faversham, 323.

Parliament, abbots summoned to, account of, 327.

Parmeter, Mr. possesses Gregories, in Easting, 422.

Parrot, Sir John, 135.

Parsons's, 336.

Partrich, Sir Edward, 551.

Parry, Joseph, present vicar of Bobbing, 203.

Pashley, Sir John, 6.

Patreches, in Newington, 42.

Pattison, Mr. possesses a house in Bredgar, 99.

Paveley, Reginald de, 32.

Pawson, Daniel, 142.

Payne, Roger, 442.

Peachy's, of Petworth, barts. account of, 182, 183.

Pearl barley, manufacture of, 166.

Pearse, Thomas, 353.

Peche, John, 29.

Peirce's, of Challock, 516.

Peckham, West, parish of, A. 556; East, a. 557.

Peckham, West, preceptory of, 120.

Pemberton's, 56.

Pemble, Mildred, 479.

Pembroke, Hastings's, earls of, 85, 273; Valence's, earls of, 287.

Pembroke, Philip-Herbert, earl of, 237, 250.

Penchester, Stephen de, 84.

Penenden heath, famous assembly at, 50.

Penner, Richard, 516.

Pennington, Thomas, D. D. present rector of Tunstall, 98, a. 574; possesses the advowson of Kingtdown rectory, 115.

Pennington, Thomas, A. M. present rector of Kingsdown, 116, A. 574.

Pennington, John, 338; Pennington's, of Philadelphia, 552, 553, 554.

Penry, Edward, present vicar of Bapchild, 132.

Penton, Henry, 127, 513.

Percy, Henry, lord, 464.

Percy, Allan, 543.

Perie. See Perry-court.

Perie's, 540.

Perot, Sir Thomas, 249.

Perrin, William-Philip, a. 557.

Perry-court manor, in Preston, 539.

Perrywinkle mill, in Milton, 166.

Pery marsh, in Harty,28o, 281.

Pery, William, 120.

Peseiga, or Shepey, 208.

Pettenden's, 70.

Petts court manor, in Bapchild, 127.

Petts seat, in Bredgar, a. 573.

Peverel, Jeffry de, 449.

Peyforer, Fulk de, 463, 508;
-, Peyforer's, 139, 221, 273, 397, 425.

Philippa, queen, 222.

Philpot, Stephen, 545,

Phineux, Sir John, 141.

Piggot, Baptiil, 404, 409; Mrs. a. 558.

Piggot's, of Cambridge, account of, A . ibid.

Pigou, Frederic, and others, occupy the Ore powder mills, 372.

Pine, de la, family of, 117, 146.

Pinke, Alured, possesses Sharsted, in Doddington, 311; Sholland manor, 418, and a moiety of the parsonage and advowson of Newnham vicarage, 420, a. 578.

Pistock manor, in Tunstall, 94.

Pistor, Ralph, 518.

Pits, large ones in the fields near Faversham, 319.

Platt, John, 516.

Plot's, of Borden, account of, 70, 71.

Plumford farm, in Ospringe, 510; manor, 549 A. 579;
-, — alias Denton manor A. ibid.

Podach's, See Pordage's.

Pokeshaulle hospital, near Sittingborne, 135.

Poley, John Weller, possesses the Postern tithery in Tuncridge, A. 560.

Polhill, in Harrietsham, A. 565.

Pontiniac, abbot of, 525.

Pope's, of Hartlip, 17.

Pope's hall, in Hartlip, 17.

Pordage's, of Rodmersham, account of, 117, 119, 121, 139, 147, 551, 553.

Porkelswode, John de, 517.

Port, Hugh de, 82, 136, 145, 172, 402, 403, 408, 414, 416, Adam de, 382, 383, 438.

Portway, alias Selgrave-lane, in Sheldwich, 494, 535.

Posters manors, in Borden, 73, A. 572.

Postern tithery, in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Potter, William, 142.

Potyn, Nicholas, 336, 508; Potyn's, 139, 221, 273.

Poultney, Sir William, 223; Sir John, 436.

Powder, manufactory of, 372.

Poyles manors, in Borden, 71.

Poyning's, 72, 278, 464, 536.

Prat, Henry, 290.

Preston, parish of, 531, A. 580; house, 544.

Preston, Alice de, 183.

Proude's, of Canterbury, account of, 551.

Provenders seat, in Norton, 405.

Puckleshall, hospital of, St. James of, 135.

Pulteney's, 506. See also Poulteney's.

Purefoy, Martin, 265.

Putwood farm, in Ospringe, 517.

Pye, Thomas, possesses Butters manors, in Bredgar, A. 573.

Q.

Quarantine, Stangate creek, account of, 35.

Quadring, Thomas, 287, 388; Quadring's, 405, 517.

Quarles, Dr. 421.

Queens of England, their dowers, 173.

Queen court, in Rainham. See Berengrave.

Queen-court, in Ospringe, 506.

Queen down, in Hartlip, 15, 21.

Queenborough, parish of, 233; castle, 174.

Quested's, 515.

Quintin farm, in Bobbing, 168.

Quintin, one formerly in Bobbing, 194.

R.

Radcliffe, Robert, 140.

Radfield Hamlet, in Bapchild, 128.

Rainham, parish of, 4, A. 571.

Randall's, 222, 429.

Randolph, Sir Thomas, account of, 468.

Rats, very few in Shepey, 214.

Rawleigh, Mr. 357.

Read, Richard, 399.

Reader's, of Bredgar, 75, 101, 102, 104, 105.

Reculver, about and convent of, 482.

Redlingweld, church of, 472.

Reynham, Roger de, 9.

Reynolds key, in Milton, 165.

Rice, John, present rector of Warden, 263.

Richards, James, present vicar of Rainham, 15; Henry, 220; George, clerk, A. 558.

Richmond, Charles-Stuart, duke of, 184.

Rider, Ingram, account of, A. 563.

Rigden, George, executors of, lessees of Milton parsonage, A. 574.

Right, writ of, famous one, account of, 279.

Ringlestone hamlet, in Hollingborne, A. 568.

Roberts, Drayton, 514; John, 519.

Robesart, William, 94.

Roch, Margaret, 77.

Rochester bridge, wardens, &c. of, possess a rent charge in Leysdown, 269; Langdon manors, in Faversham, 336.

Rochester, mayor and citizens of, 221.

Rochester, St. Nicholas, parish in, ibid.

Rochester castle, 402, 405.

Rochester, bishops of, Fisher, 515, 523, 525; Glanville, 410; Sandford, 519.

Rochester, Bishop of,possesses the advowson of Norton rectory,, 411.

Rochester, priory of, 22, 384, 409, 414, 444, 519.

Rochester, dean and chapter of, possess the parsonage, and advowson of Hartlip vicarage, 23; a pension from Norton church, 411; a pension from Easling church, 437; Judde house, in Ospringe, 520.

Rockingham, Watson's, earls of, 335, 452, 465, 478, A. 579; account of, 487, 489, 490, 511.

Rochingham, Catherine, countess of, 289, 510, 511.

Rode, borough of, 370.

Rodmersham, parish of, 116.

Rogers, Richard, of Brianston, 184.

Rokele, Robert, 161.

Rokesle, Sir John de, 533, Rokesle's, 536.

Roman Antiquities, 193, 292, 373, 396, 503; burial place, 43, 503; roads, 43; stations, 44, 124, 153, 502.

Romney, lord, possesses Upleez farm, near Luddenham, 387.

Romney old, church of, 472.

Rongostone. See Ringlestone.

Rood's, of Ospringe, 521.

Roope, Gilbert, 180.

Rooper's, 465.

Roos, lords, of Hamlake, 453, 473.

Roper, Hon. Philip, occupies Dadman's Hamlet, in Linsted, 297.

Roper's, of Linsted, 141, 286, A. 576; account of, 299, 408, 543.

Roscelin, Thomas, 277.

Roydon, Thomas, 93; Roydon's, 312.

Round tilt, land so called, 290.

Rowena, Hengist's daughter, 134.

Ruck's, of Shepherd's Forstal, account of, 495; of Ospringe, 502, 514.

Rusin, Adam, 229.

Rugmer, prebendary of, in St. Paul's church, possesses Throwley parsonage and the advowson of the vicarage, 460.

Running match on Sheldwich and Old Wives lees, account of, 482.

Running lands, in Sheldwich, 493.

Rural Deans, account of, 527.

Rushbrooke, Robert, possesses Northwood manor, in Milton, 181.

Rushindon manor,, in Minster, 222.

Rushitt seat, in Norton, 402, A. 578.

Russeil, John, possesses a house in Rainham, 4; — John, 13; — John, possesses Otteridge, in Bersted, A. 569; Sir Thomas, 55.

Rutton, Mathias, present vicar of Sheldwich 498.

Rutton, Isaac, possesses Ospringe place, 500.

Rycil, Margaret, 97.

S.

Sackville, lady, 11.

Saffron, formerly gathered at Milton, 171.

Sahersted. See Sharsted.

Saker's, of Faversham, 358, 399.

Salmon, Robert, A. 567.

Salter's, 439.

Sampson, Christopher, 101; Sampson's, of Nuts, 267.

Sandford, Henry, 197, 201.

Sandown, in Tenham, 292.

Sandway, in Lenham, A. 564.

Sare, Thomas, 289; Sare's, of Provenders, account of, 405, 409, 417, 420, 518.

Savage's, of Bobbing, account of, 60, 194, 108, 125, 148, 182, 186, 201, 204, 222, 236, 259.

Saunders, John, present vicar of Newington, 67.

Sawbridge, Samuel-Elias, possesses Petts-court, 128, and Radfield, in Bapchild, 129; Swanley farm, in Eastchurch, 253; Warden manor, 260; Leysdown manor,. 267; Bartholomew's farm, in Leysdown, 268; Harty manor, advowson and other estates in Harty, 282, 283; Claxfield manor, in Linsted, 297; Champion court, in Newnham, 416; Hall-place, in Otterden, A. 569.

Sawbridge's, Possess Stalisfield manor, 441; and lessees of parsonage, 444.

Sawkins, Dansey, daughters of, possess Kingsborough farm, in Eastchurch, 253.

Sawsamere's, 428, 540.

Saxons, battle of, 132.

Say and Sele, Fienes, lords, 428.

Sayes-Court, alias Harty manor, 277.

Sayer, Henry Jeremiah Lewson, 376.

Sayer's, of Faversham, 479.

Sceapige, or Shepey, 208.

Schuylenberg, Erengard Melusina de, created countess of Faversham, 321.

Scooks, alias Scrooks manor, in Ospringe, A. 579.

Scott, Thomas, clerk, A. 565.

Scray, Lath of, 1.

Scribonius, Largus, 171.

Scroope, William le, 236.

Scuddington farm, in Tong, A. 574.

Sead's, 56.

Seagar's, of Borden, 75, 77, 78.

Seager's, of Tunstall, 93.

Searle, Rowland, 16.

seath, Richard, possesses Tong manor and Castle, 139; Easthall, in Murston, 147.

See's, alias At-See's, 398.

Selgrave manor, in Sheldwich and Preston, 393, 493, 535.

Selsey, James Peachy, lord, possesses Grovehurst manor, 182; Owre manor, in Milton, 183.

Sergeant, John, M. P. for Queenborough, 343.

Seward's, of Borden, 73.

Sewards manor, in Linsted, 301.

Sewers, commissions of, 212, 292.

Sexburga, queen, 218.

Seymour, Thomas, lord, 223.

Shard's, 139, 147.

Sharp's, of Great Chart, 432.

Sharpnash's, alias Sharpness marsh, in Upchurch, 30, 31.

Sharsted manor and seat, in Doddington, 308.

Sharsted de, family of, 309, 314.

Sheep, never rol, in Iwade, 204.

Sheerness, ville of, 217, 229.

Sheldwich, parish of, 481, A. 579; chapel of, 364, 370.

Shelve, East, alias Cobham manor, in Lenham, A. 565.

Shelving, John de, 450.

Shenche, John, 463.

Shepey, Island of, 207; castle of, 233.

Shepey, nunnery of, Minster in, 48, 187, 202, 229. See also Minster.

Shepey, Jordan de, 178, 251; John de, LL. D. account of, 216.

Shepherds Forstal, in Sheldwich, 495.

Sherman, William, 103.

Sherwin's, of Deptford, 376, 380.

Shipborne, parish of, A. 556.

Shipway, court of, 339.

Sholand farm, 416; manor, in Newnham, 418.

Short's, 383.

Shrimpton, John, 73.

Shuckforth, Benjamin, 455.

Shulland. See Sholand.

Shurland manor and seat, in Eastchurch, 245, 246, 258; Little, alias the Parsonage farm, A. 575.

Shurland, Sir Adam de, 220; Sir Robert, his remarkable tomb, story of, 247.

Shurland's, 92, 240.

Shurland, Philip-Herbert, created baron of, 175, 246.

Sidney, Robert, created baron of Milton, 171.

Sidney, Henry, created viscount Sidney, of Shepey, 216.

Sidney, Thomas, 197; Sidney's, 394.

Sileham manor, in Rainham, 8.

Simmons, John, of Ospringe, 500; Mary, of Preston, 546.

Simpson, Baptist, heirs of, possess Edwards, in Linsted, 304; Valentine, lessee of Sittingborne parsonage, A. 574; possesses a portion of tithes in Bobbing. A. 575.

Sion, monastery of, in Middlesex, 457, 460.

Sissill's, 516.

Sittingborne, parish of, 150, A. 574.

Skeere's, of Doddington, 417, 419.

Skipp, Thomas, 30.

Slapp's, 415.

Slayhills Marsh, in Upchurch, 26.

Smith, George, 297; John, of Nowdes, ibid. John, of Sturry, 357; Thomas, of Gillingham, 454; Thomas, of Westwood, 546.

Smith, John, occupies a house at Whitehill, in Ospringe, 502; John, clerk, A. 563

Smith, Mathew, possesses Tilneys, alias Hornes-lodge, in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Smith's, of Dartford, 114; of London, 394; of Preston, 545.

Smythes seat, in Ospringe, 501.

Snag sbrook, alias Murston manor, in Hollingborne. A. 568.

Snails, the great white ash coloured, found at Throwley, 448.

Snode street, 479.

Snode's of Sheldwich, account of, 479.

Soamis manor, in Iwade. See Helmes.

Sole, George, 108; John Cockin, 190, 404, A. 575.

Sole's, of Bobbing, 115, 162; account of, 199.

Somers, John Somers, lord, account of, 51.

Somers, Charles-Cocks, lord, account of, 52, possesses the fee farm rents of Newington manor, ibid.

Somerscales, Rev. Mr. 314.

Somptere, William, 120.

Sondes, Lewis-Thomas, lord, account of, 490, A. 579; possesses Faversham manor and abbey, 335; Darbies-court manor, in Stalisfield, 442; Throwley manor, and Town place, 452; patron of Throwley school, 458; lessee of Throwley parsonage, 460; possesses Leveland manor, 465, and advowson of the rectory, 466; Wood's-court manor, 479; Badlesmere manor, and advowson of the rectory, 478, 480; Sheldwich manor, and Lees Court, 490; Copshole farm, and Southouse lands, 492, 495, 496, and Selgrave manor, in Sheldwich, 494; lessee of Sheldwich parsonage, 497.

Sondes, Edward Watson, viscount, 488.

Sondes, Sir George, account of, 334, 484; created earl of Faversham, 320.

Sondes, Sir Michael, 403; lady Catherine, 458.

Sondes, George and Freeman, their unhappy catastrophe, 486.

Sondes's, of Throwley, 442; account of, 450, 457, 459, 464, 466, 477; Sondes's, of Lees court, account of, 484, 493.

Southalbans manor, in Hedcorne, A. 562.

Southborough tithery, in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Southdean manor, in Stockbury, A. 570.

Southouse, Thomas, of Faverversham, 363.

Southouse's, 388; account of, 495, 496.

Southouse lands, in Sheldwich, 492, 495, 496, A. 579

South well, Sir Robert, 109, 464; Edward, 488; Southwell's, account of, 476.

Spearman, Robert, possesses a house in Newington, 42; lessee of Frognall and Tracies manors, 58, 61.

Spelman, Francis, 101.

Spencer, Wolley Leigh, present vicar of Upchurch 34.

Spiller, Sir Henry, 416.

Spillet's, 360.

Spilman, Thomas, 265.

Spigurnel, Sir Ralph, 535.

Spring, chalybeat, near Faversham, 320.

Springate, Sir William, 551.

Squerie's, 96.

Squillarium, Regis. meaning of, 60.

Squirrel hunting, custom of, 422.

St. Bertin's abbey, at St. Omer's, 455, 466.

St. Catherine's hospital, near the Tower, account of, 10, 32, 33; possesses Queen's-court, alias Eerengrave, in Rainham, 10; Queendown, in Hartlip, 21; Dandele farm, in Minster, 224.

St. Clere's, of Fghtham, 507.

St. Eloy, Margaret, 394.

St. John of Jerusale, knights of, 120, 128, 383, 403, 408, 414, 416.

St. Leger, Anthony, 370, 439; Nicholas, 436.

St. Leger's, 26; of Ulcombe, 9, 197; of Otterden, 139, 146, 221, 273, 441.

St. Mary Graces abbey, 26, 27, 100.

St. Nicholas's, 493.

St. Radigund's abbey, or priory of, 270, 384, 414, 443.

St. Sexburgh abbey, in Shepey, 229.

St. Stephen's college, or chapel, in Westminster 7, 425, 434, 494, 508, 510.

St. Thomas, chapel dedicated to, 525.

Stacey, Flint, possesses Yelsted manors, and Hill green house, in Stockbury, A. 570.

Standard hill, in Newington, 43.

Standen, John-Hargrave, present rector of Murston, 150, A. 574.

Standgate creek, 35.

Stafford, Dorothy, 13.

Stalisfield, parish of, 438.

Staneselle. See Stalisfield

Stanguard, alias Harty Parsonage, 281.

Stanhope's, of Boughton Malherb, 158.

Stanley, Richard, 28; Sir William, 54; Charles, 94.

Staple of wool, at Queenborough, 234.

Starchfield, parish of. See Stalisfield.

Starling, Samuel, alias Sterneil, 539

Stede's, of Stede-hill, 88, 141, 142.

Steele, Sampson, present vicar of Newnham, 422.

Stepedone. See Stuppington.

Stephen, king, buried at Faversham, 325.

Sterneil, Samuel, alias Starling, 539.

Stevens, Sir Thomas, 260, 267, 268.

Stevens, Athelstan, present rector of Goodneston, 555.

Stockbury, parish of, A. 570.

Stone, parish of, 393, A. 578; chapel, 503; borough of, 534.

Stones, singular ones, in Borden, 69.

Stonehouse, Sir John, 509.

Streynsham, Thomas, of Faversham, 358, 390; Robert, of Ospringe, account of, 526.

Streynsham's, 334.

Strong, William, present rector of Norton, 413.

Stroud, charity schools in, 221.

Stunt, John, possesses a moiety of Scuddington, in Tong, A. 574.

Stuppington farm, in Norton, 407.

Sturry, John, clerk, 548.

Sutherland's, A. 572.

Sutton Barne manor, in Borden, 69.

Sutton, East, parish of, A. 563.

Swains Downe, in Iwade, 204.

Swale, water of, 209, 276.

Swaleman's, 253, 314.

Swanley farm, in Eastchurch, 253.

Swanton, alias Swan-Court manor, in Bredgar, 100.

Swift, John, possesses Newhall, alias Borstall manor, 222; lessee of Rushendon manor, in Minster, A. 575.

Swingfield, preceptory of, 439.

Sykes's, of Preston, 546.

Symes, Richard, A. 558.

Symonds, Ralph, 378.

Syndal farm, in Ospringe, 520; valley, ibid.

T

Taddy's, possess Buckland manor, 400.

Talbot, Richard, 273.

Tanges, Adam de, 128.

Tapley, James, A. 565.

Tappenden, James, possesses Nashes farm, in Luddenham, 390; Tappenden's, 105.

Tassell, James, 390, 430.

Taverner, Edward, 175.

Taylor, Lushington, occupiesa house in Kingsdown, 113.

Taylor, James, possesses Frognall manor, 288.

Taylor, Mrs. Ursula, her charity, 206, 421.

Templer, Rev. John, A. 560.

Tenram, hundred of, 284; parish of, ibid. A. 576.

Tenison's, 394.

Tenterden, earl of, 91.

Tenths, Faversham abbey exempted from, 330.

Terry, William, 101, 105; Terry's, 434; of Ospringe, 526; of Throwley, 454.

Teston, parish of, A. 557.

Tewsbury, Dorothy, baroness dowager of, 360.

Teynham, Henry-Roper, lord, possesses Tenham manor, 286; Badmangore, Lodge, &c. manors, and other estates in Linsted, 300; Loiterton and Stuppington, in Norton, 408, A. 578.

Teynham, Sir John Roper, created lord, 292.

Teynham, Ropers, lords, 141, 289, 294, 297; account of, 300, 305, 389, A. 576.

Thanet, backville-Tuston, earl of, possesses Maresbarrow, 8, and Sileham manor, in Rainham, 9; Popes-hail manor, in Hartlip, 18; Woodland, in Upchurch, 26; Gore manor, 28; Moorlands, in Yalding, A. 558.

Thanet's, earls of, account of, 10, 12, 17, 28.

Theobald, Lewis, the poet, born at Sittingborne, 153.

Thomas, Richard, occupies a house in Hollingborne, A. 567.

Thomasson, Edward, 362.

Thompson's, 265.

Thomson, Henry, present rector of Badlesmere, 481; Thomas, 109.

Thomson's, of Royton, 205.

Thornbury, John, of Faversham, account of, 322.

Thornbill's, 7, 9, 95, 128, 129, 281, 282, 283, 509.

Thornicrost's, of Sharsted, account of, 310.

Throwley, parish of, 445; alien priory in, 455.

Thurnham, parish of, A. 569.

Thurston's, 105; of Challock, 432.

Tibetot, Sir John, 473.

Tildesley, Fleetwood, 539.

Tilghman's, 126.

Tilneys Lodge manor, in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Titchborne's, of Hertfordshire, 78

Toad, live one, found in the middle of a tree, 298

Todd, Henry John, present vicar of Milton, 192.

Toke, John, possesses Swantoncourt, in Bredgar, 101.

Toke's, of Goddington, 109.

Toker, John, possesses the Oaks seat, 502; and Brooke farm, in Ospringe, 514, A. 580.

Toketon, Roger de, 415.

Toliapis, of Ptolemy, 207.

Tomlinson, Mathew, 62.

Tomlyn, Ambrose, 183; Tomlyn's, of Sittingborne, 152.

Tong, parish of, 132, A. 574; castle, 134.

Tong, alias Thong castle, story of, ibid.

Tong, semanus at, 135; James, 289.

Tong's, account of, 95, 99, 104.

Tooke's, of Dartford, 260.

Toppenden, alias Tappenden, denne of, in Smarden, 452.

Torrington, George, viscount, A. 556.

Torry-Hill seat, in Milsted, 107.

Towers, Rev. Johnson, possesses Haysden and Little Boreden titheries in Tunbridge, A. 560.

Town Place, in Throwley, 450.

Townsell, Hugh, 518.

Tracies manor, in Newington, 59.

Tracy's, of Newington, account of, ibid.

Trafford, John, 58.

Tremseth bridge, in Shepey, 277.

Tresse's, alias Tracy's, account of, 60.

Trevelai. See Throwley.

Troughton's, 41.

Trowts, Mark, of Faversham, 360.

Tudeley, parish of, A. 560.

Tucker, Rev. John, 39; Stephen, present vicar of Linsted, 307; John, present rector of Luddenham, 393.

Tuston, Sir Humphry, 534; Tuston's, of Hothfield, account of, 10, 17, 28; ,baronets of Vinters, 180; baronets, of the Mote, account of, 199, 201.

Tumuli, or barrows, 215, 292.

Tunbridge, parish of, A. 559; castle, governors of, 472.

Tunstall, parish of, 80, A. 572; house, 95, A. 572.

Tunstall, viscount, 91.

Turner, Thomas, 517.

Turris dei inimica, in Dovercastle, 424.

Turville, Simon de, 550.

Twisden, lady Rebecca, possesses Murston manor, 140; Davington-hall, 379.

Tylden, Richard, lessee of part of Queendown, in Hartlip, 21; possesses Hogshaws, alias Milsted manor, 110, and the advowson of the rectory, 112; Osborne possesses Torry hill seat, in Milsted, 107.

Tyldon, Richard Cooke, present rector of Milsted, 112; possesses the advowson of the church, A. 570.

Tylden's, of Milsted, 20, 21; account of, 109, 111.

Tyndale, William, possesses an estate in Hartlip, 21; Ayington manor, 61; Bobbing manor, 198; parsonage and advowson of the vicarage, 202.

Tyndale's, of Gloucestershire, account of, 198, 201.

V.

Valence, family of, 287.

Vane, William, viscount, 446, 494.

Vanner, Henry, 69.

Vaux's, of Northamptonshire, 54, 55.

Vavasor, William, 55.

Vienna, or Vienne, family of, 405, 517.

Vigo, alias Gorts manor, in Borden, 74, A. 572.

Villæ Regiæ, where placed, 171.

Vinson, John, possesses a farm at Wood-street, in Borden, A. 572.

Viner, Sir Robert, 81.

Ulcomb, parish of, A. 564.

Umfreville, Gilbert de, 237.

Umfrey's, of Dartford, 114, 115.

Underdown, Vincent, 303.

Underhill, John, clerk, 523.

Unkle's, 479.

Unwin, John, possesses part of the advowson of Buckland rectory, 400.

Vortigern, king of Britain, 132, 133.

Upchurch, parish of, 24.

Upleez farm, near Luddenham, 387.

Upper Toes manor, in Bobbing, 200.

Upton manor, in Tunstall. 92.

Upton's, of Faversham, 451, 454; account of, 455, 520.

Vyse, John atte, 106.

W.

Wade, Mrs. possesses Rushford in Hedcorne, A. 562,

Wake, Roger, 108.

Walker, T. G. W. present vicar of Hartlip, 24.

Walker, Mr. possesses Lewson farm, in Tenham, 290.

Waller, John, lessee of Elwarton manor, 395; of Copton, Selgrave, and Hamme manors, 534, 535, A. 578; of Perry-court, 544, and of Preston parsonage, 548.

Walsingham's, of Scadbury, 378.

Walwin, Dr. Francis, 39.

Ward's, 516.

Warde, parish of. See Iwade.

Wardegar's, 28.

Warden, parish of, 259,9,A. 575.

Wardune, Simon de, 261.

Warne, parish of. See Warden, 252.

Warren, at Queendown, in Hartlip, 15.

Water, John, alias York Herald, 429.

Watership, John, 538.

Waterhouse, Rev. Mr. A. 563.

Watringbury, parish of, A. 557.

Watson, Lewis-Monson, account of, 487, 490.

Watts's, 573.

Walton, William, 450.

Walterton, Hugh de, 174; William de, 236.

Webbe, Richard, 440; Mr. possesses Little Farborne manor, in Harrietsham, A. 566.

Wecherlin, Rodulph, 305; account of, 416

Well, famous one, at Sheerness, 232; at Queenborough, 239.

Wenman, Philip, viscount, account of, 176; Wenman, and others, possess Milton hundred, 3, A. 571; the fishery at Milton, 169; Milton Ma nor, 177; Calehill manor, in Minister, 226; Snurland manor and seat, 250; Northwood manor, in Eastchurch, 252.

Wentworth, Thomas, 237; Roger, 453.

Weregavel, rent of 266.

West, Mrs. possesses Paradise farm, in Hartlip, 16.

West, James, 28, 253; account of, 260; Robert, 93.

Westbrooke, Mrspossesses Keycole farm, in Newington, 63, A. 571.

Westland, in Murston, 229.

Westley, Rev. John, A. 559.

Westminster, St. Stephen's college in, 280.

Westmoreland, earl of, A. 567.

Westwood manor, in Preston, 278, 536.

Whalley's, 278.

Whatman, Arthur, 516, 524; Whatman's, 512.

Wheler, John, of Faversham, 333.

Whiston, Samuel, clerk, A. 562.

White's manor, in Lenham, A. 565.

Whitaker, John, A. 560.

White, George, 455; Mary, 539; White's, of Vinters, 553.

Whitehill Hamlet, in Ospringe, 501.

Whiteman's seat, in Doddington, 307.

Whitfield's, 101.

Whitlock's key, in Milton, 166.

Whitmore, Sir Thomas, 62.

Whitstaple church, 472.

Wiarton, borough of, 51.

Wickens, Rev. William, 432.

Wickham, William of, 233.

Wild's, of St. Martin's hill, 429, 432.

Wilderton manors, in Throwley, 453; — North manor, 454; — Great, alias South, manor, 455.

Wilghate green, in Throwley, 446.

Wilkins's, of Tong, account of, 138, 142.

Wilkinson, John, 236.

Wilks, Edward, 447.

Williams, Thomas, lessee of Horsham manor, in Upchurch, 29; possesses Kingsdown manor, 114.

Williams, Walter, present vicar of Throwley, 461.

Williamson, James, clerk, A. 563.

Willis, Philerenis, 446.

Wilson, John, of Faversham, account of, 323.

Winchelsea, Finch's, earls of, 351, 436.

Wine, tenths of, at Tenham, 289.

Wingfield valley, in Stalisfield, 441.

Winterbottom, Thomas, clerk, A. 561.

Wise, Henry, possesses Posiers manor, and Vigo, alias Gorts manor, in Borden, A. A. 572; William possesses Wrens farm, in Borden, A. A. 572; Cromps, alias Baxon manor, in Bredgar, A. 573, John occupies Wrens, in Borden, A. 572.

Withred, king of Kent, 123.

Wivarlet, lath of. See Scray.

Wolgate's, of Wolgate-green, 73; 126, 446.

Wollet, Robert, 73.

Wolsey, cardinal, 66.

Wood, Thomas, of Ospringe, 516; Wood's, 521; —of Tunstall, 93.

Wood, atte, family of, 478.

Wood, alias Hoad-street hamlet, in Borden, 68, 74, A. 572.

Wood-street house, in Bapchild, 122.

Woods-Court manor, in Badlesmere, 478.

Wood, Samuel, occupies a house in Borden., A. 573.

Woodgate, William, possesses a house for Tunbridge castle, A. 560; the demesnes of Somerhill, in Tunbridge, ibid. Halkwell, in Tudeley, ibid.

Woodokes, 32.

Woodstock manor, in Tunstall. See Pistock.

Woodward's, of Throwley, 447, 460.

Worcester, John Tiptost, earl of, 54.

Worley, John, of Skuddington, 305.

Wornedale, alias Borden manor, in Newington, 61; Wornedale's, 61.

Wotton, John, clerk, 70; Wotton's, 443.

Wraytle's, of Ospringe, 515.

Wreight's, of Whitehill, account of, 502.

Wrens, alias Rains farm, in Borden, 68, 75, A. 572.

Writhe, Barbara, 480.

Wrotham, parish of, A. 556.

Wulf, Radulph, clerk, 97.

Wulrington. See Wilderton.

Wurmedall, Roger de, 129.

Wyatt's, 26, 72, 100, 287.

Wynne, John and Lydia, possess Arnolds manor, in Easling, 435.

Y.

Yalding, parish of, A. 557, 558.

Yelsted manor, in Stockbury, A. 570.

Yoke, alias Peter Dods well, manor, in Bredgar, A. 573.

Yokes seat, in Mereworth, A. 556.

Yokes court, in Frinsted, A. 570.

Yokes, subordinate manors so called. A. 570.

York, Richard, duke of, 137; James, duke of, 256.

York Herald, John Water, 429.

Young. James, clerk. present curate of Leeds, A. 569.



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