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'Index', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 9 (1800), pp. V-L. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63529 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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A.

Abbeys become priories, 402.

Abbot. John, lessee of the Place house, in St. Dunstan's, 33.

Abbots summoned to parliament, 447.

Abergavenny, George Neville, lord, 497.

Acol hamlet, in Nonington, 251; Acol's, of Acol, ibid

A'Courte, Simon, 323.

Adams, John, 244.

Adelold, the chamberlain, 594.

Adisham, parish of, 180; manor of, 350, 574.

Adrian, Thomas, 280, 282; Adrian's well, in Littleborne, 148.

Adye, Edward, 356.

Ælvetone. See Elmstone.

Æthelwulf, king, 306.

Agricultural Society, 592.

Aisse. SeeAsh.

Alcocke, William, 51; Stephen, 587.

Albermarle, William de; Albineto, earl of, 255.

Albineto, or Albeni, William de, 254, 594.

Albrincis, family of, 202, 453, 483.

Alday's, of Ash, 200, 201, 222, 232.

Aldelyn. SeeAldon.

Aldersey, Farnham, 335.

Aldhun, prœfect of, Canterbury, 330.

Aldon, Thomas de, 453.

Aldric, king, 580.

Aldworth's, 607.

Alexander, John, possesses Upper Goldstone farm, in Ash, 197.

Alianor, queen, 424.

Alkin's, of Canterbury, 37, 561.

Alkham's, of Alkham, 459, 465.

Allen, William, 200.

Almonry, meaning of, 600.

Almonry farm, or parsonage, in Norborne, 594, 601.

Almot, Richard, 317.

Alnod, cilt, 254.

Alphew, Thomas, 347.

Athol, Strabolgie's, earls of, 341.

Andesdoor, Upper, farm, in Waltham, 323.

Andred, forest of, 168.

Andrews, William, 442; Thomas, 519; Andrew's, 360, 362, 460.

Angell's, of Surry, account of, 433.

Ankerton dane, tithes of, 469.

Anschitil, the archdeacon, 415.

Antiquities, Roman, 76, 192, 218, 219, 262, 339; British, 112, 310.

Antoninus's Itinerary, 503, 510.

Appington. See Apulton.

Appleford's, 314.

Appleton, Thomas, 154, 247; Roger, 459

Apulderfield Sir William de, 70; Apulderfield's, 127.

Apulton, in Ickham, 171.

Apylton, William de, ibid.

Arcadii Vallum, 28.

Archers-court manor, in River, 437, 438, 439.

Archers-court, Little, in the same, 440, 441.

Archer's, of River, 440, 459.

Arcliff chapel, in Dover, 536.

Armsborough, 101.

Arsic, William de, 483; Manasses, 550.

Arcis, William de, 209, 226.

Arundel, Fitzalan's, earls of, 294, 496, 497.

Arundel, Thomas, 366.

Arviragus, king, 477.

Ash, parish of, 191, 239; curate of, 195.

Ashburnham, Sir John, 325; Stephen, 481; Bertram de, 492.

Ashdowne, Mr. 542.

Ashenfield manor, in Waltham, 320, 324.

Asheton, Sir Robert de, 479, 496.

Ashley hamlet and farm, in Norborne, 598; parsonage or grange of, ibid. 583; borough of, 579, 583.

Astley, Rev. Bernard, 297.

Atchequer's, See Septvans and Harfleet.

Atkins's, 22.

Atterton, in River, 440.

Auberville's, 409, 410.

Aucher, John, 74; Sir Anthony, 294, 331; Robert, clerk, 349; Aucher's, 7; of Bishopsborne, account of, 283, 332, 334, 336, 341.

Averenches, family and barony of, 202, 401, 453.

Austen, Edward, 241; Austen's, of Bexley, 49; of Ickham, 170, 177, 178; of Adisham, 183.

Ayerst, William, clerk, 130.

Aylmer, Hon. and Rev. 421; Matthew, 521, 522; Aylmer, lords, 521.

Alyworth's, 42, 51.

B.

Ba, or Baa, Thomas de, 170, 177.

Baa manor. See Bay farm.

Backhouse, William, S. T. P. 179.

Bacon, Mr.— his Liber Regis, 582.

Badlesmere's, 341, 395, 473, 495; priory of, 473.

Baggs's, 80.

Baieux, Odo, bishop of, 44, 57, 149, 153, 159, 163, 254, 256, 268, 277, 300, 304, 351, 359, 387, 389, 415, 419, 422, 429, 434, 464, 471, 482, 492, 508, 509, 552, 593, 594.

Baker, John, 33; possessesa house in St. Stephen's, 42; of Deal, 564; Sir John, 582; Thomas, 280; Hercules, 395; admiral, Edward, 467.

Balcanqual, Walter, clerk, 349.

Balderston's, 175.

Baldock, William, possesses Poldhurst manor, 11; Dene farm, in Stourmouth, 126; William, 378, 561; Tho. 379.

Ballard's, 314.

Bambridge's, 212.

Bandred's, 440.

Banister, Ralph, 188.

Baptford, Robert, 358.

Baptists, at Dover, 515.

Barakers, Great and Little, in Bridge, 288.

Bargar's, Robert, 259, 289.

Bargar's, alias Bargrave's, of Bifrons, account of, 280; of Bridge, 289.

Bargrave, John, 20, 284.

Bargrave, Isaac and ElizabethHerring, lesses of Ashley grange, in Norborne, 598.

Barham downs, account of, 339.

Barham, parish of, 110, 256, 350.

Barham, hundred of. See Kinghamford.

Barham-court manor and seat, 352.

Barham, Richard Harris, trustees of, possess Tappington manor, 362; Parmested manor, in Kingston, 348.

Barham's, of Canterbury, 361.

Barne, or Barnes, Wm. 357, 456.

Barnevyle, William, 145.

Barnham, Benedict, 232.

Barony, lands held by, 483.

Barrell's, of Rochester, 325.

Barrett, Thomas, possesses Lower Garwinton, alias Wingate manor, 152; lessee of the demesnes of Ickham manor, 169; possesses Lee seat, in Ickham, 173; lessee of Whitfield parsonage, 399; possesses Linacre-court and Bewsfield manor, 396; Bere-court, in West Cliff, 422; lessee of West Cliff parsonage, 425; possesses a farm at East Studda. 580; Thomas, 342, 349, 523; Barrett's, of Lee, account of, 173, 177.

Barrington, Mr. his observations on the statutes, 517.

Barry, Richard, 519; Barry's of Sevington, 465.

Barton, manor house of, in Ash, 208.

Barton manor, tithery of, 207, 208.

Barton manor, in St. Stephen's, 43; in Buckland, 465.

Barton, Thomas, 608.

Basilisco, a piece of ordnance so called, 490.

Bassa, a priest, 115.

Bassett, Thomas, 493; Ralph, lord, of Drayton, 495.

Barwicke, Alured, 559.

Batreley, John, S. T. P. 184; Nicholas, 273, 275.

Bateman's, 313.

Bathe, Henry de, 345.

Baud, Sir William le, 325.

Baugh, Isaac, possesses Wolton manor, 151, and Upper Garwinton manor, in Littleborne, 154; Well-court, in Ickham, 175; a house in Bekesborne, 267; the scite of Old Howlets, and a New Built seat near it, 267, 272; Cobham-court manor, in Bekesborne, 273.

Bay farm, in Ickham, 169.

Beake, Thomas, possesses Barton house, in Ash, 208; Beake's, of Saperton, 159, 165, 208, 346.

Beal, Thomas, 307.

Bean, Charles, clerk, 357.

Beauchamp wood, in Nothington, 254.

Beauchamp, Sir John, 496.

Beaufort, John, marquis of Dorset, 496.

Beaulieu, priory of, 278.

Beaumont, John, lord, 496.

Beauvoir, Osmund, S. T. P. 158.

Bechele, Sir Howard de, 69.

Becker, Mr. resides at Gilton parsonage, in Ash, 192; Michael, 456.

Beckingham, Stephen, possesses Oswalds, in Bishopsborne, 329; Gosley wood, 287, 330; Bishopsborne manor, and Bourne place, 333; Stephen, 283, 332.

Beckingham, Reverend John Charles, possesses a fourth part of Upper Hardres manor, and advowson of rectory, 306, 309; resides atOswalds, in Bishopshorne, 329; rector of Upper Hardres, 309; Beckingham's, of Bishopsborne, account of, 333,336.

Bedesham, in Nonington, 254.

Bedleshangre, 594.

Beecher, Sir William, 520.

Beke's, of Bekesborne, 269.

Bekesborne, parish of, 266.

Belke, Thomas, D. D. 165.

Bello Loco, priory of, 278.

Bellamont's, earls of Leicester, 45.

Belsey, William, possesses Boswell Banks manor, in Ewell, 435.

Beltinge, borough of, 84; Beltinge ware rand, 117.

Bemboe's, 172.

Benger, Henry, 452.

Bennet, William, 269; Ellen, 572.

Benson, John, cl. 384; hon. lady Frances, resides at Ripple, 569; possesses the Vine farm, in Norborne, 584.

Bentley, admiral, Sir John, 464; Bentley's, of Buckland, 467, 468.

Bere-court, in West Cliff, 421.

Bere, borough of, 320.

Bere, William de, 422.

Bereacre manor, in Bridge, 288.

Berewick, J. de, iter of, 78, 103, 144, 407.

Berham's, of Berham, account of, 352.

Berkeley, George, 522.

Bersted, Walter de, 494.

Bertha, queen, 216.

Berton, tithes of, 207.

Best's, of Canterbury, 442.

Bethlem hospital, governors of, possess Cottington, in Sholdon, 608.

Betshanger, family of, 591.

Betshanger, Little, farm, in Norborne, 591; tithery of, 596.

Betshanger, East, alias Westcourt, in Norborne, 597.

Beverley farm, in St. Stephen's, 43.

Beverley's, of Hall-place and Fordwich, 9, 59.

Bevesfel. See Bewsfield.

Bewe, John, 253.

Bewsborough, hundred of, 374, 409; cross, 374.

Bewsfield, alias, Whitfield parish of, 394.

Bifrons seat, in Patrixborne, 280.

Big, Alured, 160.

Bigg, Egelric, 28; John, 302; Bigg's, 65.

Bigg's, Thomas, possesses Castney court, in River, 442; Maxton manor, in Hougham, 460.

Bigod, Hugh, 493.

Bikenore, John de, 553.

Bind, Sir Thomas, II.

Bing, George, 519.

Bingham, John, 542.

Birchington, in Thanet, 514.

Birkett, Edward, present vicar of Norborne, 604.

Bishops, suffragan, account of, 528.

Bishopsborne, parish of, 328; manor of, 350, 352.

Bishopsdenne, North and South, woods, in Bleane, 5.

Bishopstone, in Reculver, 114.

Black Friars, in Canterbury, district of, 2.

Blackmanbury, alias bridge manor, 287; borough of, ibid.

Blackwood's, 446, 594, 595.

Blackwose, cell of, 447.

Blake, Col. Robert, 497.

Blakinborough, borough of, 135.

Blakyslond's, manor of, 48.

Blaxlands, in Sturry, 76; borough of, 75.

Blaxland's, 60, 61, 73.

Blean, forest of, 2, 3; hospital of. See Harbledown.

Blechenden, Henry, 25.

Blengate, hundred of, 67; borough of, 101.

Blomer, Rev. Ralph, 332.

Bludden, hamlet of, in Adisham, 180.

Boars, wild ones, in Blean forest, 3.

Bockeland. See Buckland.

Bocholt, wood of 4; farm, in Petham, 311.

Bockland, ville of, 594.

Bocton under Bleau, manor OF, 12, 116.

Bocton, Elias de, 442.

Bodar, of Dover castle, 490.

Bohun, Humphry, earl of, 493.

Boleyne, the usual port from Britain, 502, 503; watch tower at, ibid.

Boloigne, Eustace, earl of, 482, 492.

Bolingbrook, St. John's, viscounts, 159, 376, 560, 592.

Bonnington, in Goodnestone, 245; prebend, in Wingham college, 234.

Bonnington, William, 232; Bonnington's, of Bonnington, 245, 247.

Bookey, Matthew, 204.

Borough, Sir Edward, 420.

Boroughs, Gilbert, clerk, 348.

Borne. See Patrixborne.

Bornes, Margerie de, 278.

Bosendenne manor, in Blean, 5.

Bossingham hamlet, in Upper Hardres, 304.

Bossington, in Adisham, 180.

Boswell Banks, alias Temple and Downe manor, in Ewell, 434.

Botany, 115, 148, 219, 292, 413, 526, 593.

Boteler, Sir Philip, 146; Ralph, of Sundeley; 473; William, of Eastry, 593, 596; Boteler's, 19; of Fleet, in Ash, 210.

Botiller, Thomas, 349.

Boughton, Sir Edw. 48, 76.

Bourne, alias Bishops borne, manor of, 330; place and seat, in the same, 329, 331.

Bourne's chantry, 269, 275.

Bourne, James de, 275; John de, 331; Helen de, 355.

Bourne, Rev. Obadiah, 569; Bourne's, of Bekesborne, 269, 283.

Bowle, John, 467.

Bowler, Robert, 569, 571.

Bows and arrows, remarkable large ones, 476.

Bowtell, John, D. D. 285, 286.

Boxley, church of, 129.

Boys, Sir John, of Bonnington, account of, 246, 381; John, D. D. 578; John, possesses land in Little Mongeham, 597; resides at Little Betshanger, 592; his scientific knowledge in agriculture, ibid. William, 433; Sir Edward, 520; Boys's, of Bonnington, account of, 245, 248, 249; of Hode-court, 257; of Nonington account of, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 266, 377, 378, 395, 396, 456; of Bekesborne, 268; of St. Gregories, 324, 377, 378; of Denton, account of, 360, 361, 362.

Bradsole manor, in Polton, 446; abbey, See St. Radigund's.

Braems, Arnold, 520; Braems's, of Bridge, 279; account of, 288, 289.

Bramling manor, in Ickham, 170; hamlet and borough, 167.

Brandon, William, 197; Francis, ibid. Mary, 273.

Brandred, manor of, 534; Brandred's, 440.

Bray, John Raven, possesses A HOUSE in Great Mongeham, 574.

Braybrooke, Reginald, 272; Henry, 494.

Breach down, in Barham, 350; borough of, ibid.

Breadless-street, in Hothe, 97.

Bredenstone-hill and lordship of, in Dover, 501, 525.

Bredgar, church of, 24.

Bregge, atte, family of, 314.

Brenchley, manor of, 356.

Brent, Roger, 11, 19; Brent's, 48; of Wilsborough, 307.

Breton, Robert, 461; Breton's, of the Elmes, in Hougham, account of, 454.

Brett, Jerom, 25; Thomas, LL. D. 587, 592; Brett's, of Ash, 221; of Wye, 394, 596.

Brewse's, alias de Braiosa's, 160.

Bridge and Petham, hundred of, 276.

Bridge, parish of, 286; place, 288.

Bridges, Sir Brook William, possesses Hopland, in Westhere, 70; Trapham, in Wingham, 228; a seat in Rolling, 241; lessee of Chistlet lodge and park, 103; possesses Goodnestone manor and PARK, 244, and the advowson of curacy, 250; Rolling manor and hamlet, 244, and Bonnington, in the same, 247; Acol, in Nonnington, 251; lessee of Curleswood, alias Park farm, in the same, ibid. Brook, 249; Bridges's, of Goodnestone, barts. account of, 243.

Bridges, Margaret, 258; Thomas possesses Hauts-place, in Petham, 314; Edward, 356; Bridges's, of Thanet, 313; of Wootton, account of, 367. See also Brydges.

Brigham's, 233.

Britons, remains of, 310.

Broadnax, William, 152.

Broadoak common, in Sturry, 76; manor. See Meadgrove.

Broadley's, of Dover, 546.

Broadstairs, in Thanet, 113.

Broadway, borough of, 310.

Brockestele, 359.See Boswell Banks.

Brockhull's, 188.

Brockman's, 422.

Brome manor and seat, in Barham, 350, 353, 354.

Brome's, of Farnborough, 246, 371.

Bromley, Robert, 433.

Brook seat, in Reculver, 117; house, alias Mote farm, in Ash, 192, 193; Street, in the same, 193; seat, in Wingham, 230.

Brooke, Ralph, alias York herald, 121; Alicia de, 124; Rev. John, R. S. possesses Newnham, in Wickhambreaux, 159; Petham parsonage, 318; Joseph, 159; John, 193, 301; John, 221; Sir Thomas, 272, 301; Brooke's, of Ash, 222; of Town Malling, 318.

Brooke, Basil, 162.

Brooker, James, 356, 362.

Brooksgate, borough of, 110.

Broom's, 441.

Brostall. See Boswell Banks.

Brotherhood farm, in Harbledown, 14, 16.

Broumston's, 313.

Browne, Sir George, 162; Sir Thomas, 263; John, 269; Benedict, 433; Browne's, of Beechworth castle, 23, 30, 162, 164, 440, 441; Browne's, 76, 197; of London, 608.

Browning, Mr. possesses Yoklets, in Waltham, 320.

Brydges, Rev. Edward Timewell, possesses part of Shelving manor, 356; Wootton manor and court, and advowson of rectory, 368, 372; present rector of Wootton, 273; Brydges's, of Wotton, 368. See also Bridges.

Brydges, Samuel-Egerton, possesses Kingston manor, and advowson of rectory, 342, 349; Denton manor and court, and advowson of rectory, 360, 363.

Buckingham, Humphry Stafford, duke of, 496; Henry, 497; George Villiers, duke of, 497.

Buckland, near Dover, parish of, 463; borough of, 534; Buckwell, in Sturry, borough and farm of, 75, 76.

Bullein, gates of, 305.

Bunce, Catherine, 52.

Bunnington's, 155.

Burgage tenure, in Dover, 524.

Burghersh, Robert de, 494.

Burg, Borough's, lords, 420, 421.

Burgh, Hubert de, 397, 439, 484, 485, 493, 535; John de, 543.

Burghersh, Bartholomew de, 495; Robert de, ibid.

Burley, Sir Simon de, 137, 194, 496, 568.

Burial ground, Roman, 192, 218.

Burnby's, 52.

Burnes. See Bishopsborne.

Burnes, Godric de, 331.

Burnt-house, alias Westcout manor, in Norborne, 596.

Bursted manor, in Bishopsborne, 333.

Butland, borough of, 75.

Butler, chief, office of, at king Richard II.'s coronation, 294.

Butler's Fleet manor, in Ash, 211.

Butler, Thomas, 245; Butler's. See Boteler's.

Butler, James, heirs of, posses the fee of Wadenhall manor, 322; Butler's, of Sussex, ib.

Butter-street and farm, in Shebbertswell, 375, 378.

Buxton, borough of, 350.

Byer court, See Bere-court.

Byrch, Rev. Wm. Dejovas, 173, 342, 361.

Bysmere's, 92.

C.

Cabot, Francis, 456.

Cadbury, Thomas, 269.

Cæsar, Julius, 214, 262, 310, 339, 476, 489, 502, 565.

Cage, Lewis, possesses West Langdon manor and abbey, 404.

Calais, right angle across the channel to, 412; distance from Dover, 491; port of, 503.

Calamy, Edmund, 302.

Calcot, common and borough, in Sturry, 75, 76.

Caldecot manor, 2.

Callan, Maurice, clerk, 426.

Callard's, account of, 465.

Cambridge, master and fellows of St. John's college in, possess Down-court manor, in Staple, 186, master and fellows of Emanuel college in, posses Chequer, alias Chequer and Chilton manor in Ash, 201; scholarships in, ibid.

Cambridge, Edmund, earl of, 496.

Camden, Richard, 219.

Camoys, Robert de, 495.

Canons, alias Chiltern Langley, priory of, 132, 137, 194.

Canons row, in Wingham, 234.

Canary seed, sowed in Kent, 85.

Canterbury, archbishops of, Abbot, 15, 98, 399; Arundel. 53; Athelard, 365, 369; Baldwin, 49, 51, 227; Becket, 15, 352; Boniface, 227; Brightwald, 112; Chicheley, 269, 399; Corboil, 530, 541; Courtney, 231, 562; Cranmer, 98, 227, 270, 271, 330, 403, 404, 446, 448, 551, 533, 534, 553, 566, 571, 582, 587; Hubert, 11; Juxon, 27, 40, 124, 223, 261, 298, 327, 393, 400, 408, 418, 462, 468, 563; Kilwardbye, 13, 121, 233; Lanfranc, 12, 72, 116, 122, 198, 204, 206, 209, 210, 321, 322, 326; Langton, 53, 393, 428; Meopham, 227; Moreton, 97; Parker, 15, 96, 98, 223, 267, 270, 271, 274, 563, 587; Peckham, 13, 122, 195, 201, 207, 209, 212, 230, 234, 239, 247, 249, 253, 260; Ralph, 318; Reynolds, 39, 227; Sancroft, 14, 15, 383, 393; Secker, 14; Sheldon, 14, 15, 108, 223, 383; Stigand, 351; Stratford, 17, 122; Tenison, 40, 547; Theobald, 320; Warham, 53, 231, 335, 529; Whitgift, 15, 98, 383, 393; Winchelsea, 13, 92, 123; 227; Wittlesey, 17, 18; Wlfred, 330, 351.

Canterbury, archbishop of, possesses North and South Bishopsden wood, in Blean, 5; the tithes of Poldhurst manor, 12; the advowson of St. Michael, Harbledowne rectory, 19; the parsonage and advowson of Thanington curacy, 26; the parsonage and advowson of St. Dunstan's vicarage, 38, 39; Rushborne tithery in Westbere, 72; the advowson of Sturry vicarage, 83; woodlands in Herne, 84, and advowson of Herne vicarage, 94; Ford, alias Shevlingford manor and palace, 97, 98; Reculver manor and fishery in it, 117; Reculver and Herne parsonages, 122; Chistlet manor, park, and advowson of vicarage, 103, 108; Fishpool downs, and woods in Littleborne, 148; Littleborne manor, 150; the advowson of Ickham rectory, 178; the advowson of Adisham rectory, 184; Overland parsonage, 195; Goldstone parsonage, 198; Fleet and Richborough titheries, 210, 212; Overland and Goldstone parsonages, all in Ash, 210, 223; and the advowson of Ash curacy, 223; Curleswood, alias the Park farm, in Nonington, 251; Nonington parsonage and advowson of curacy, 261; Woolwich wood, in the same, 262; the parsonage of Wimlingswold, 266; Bekesborne manor, and remains of palace, 270; the parsonage and advowson of Bekesborne, 274; Nackington parsonage and advowson of curacy, 298; Bockholt farm, in Petham, 311; tithery of Swerdling, 316; the alternate presentation of Petham and Waltham vicarages, 318, 327; Walt ham parsonage, 327; the advowson of Bishopsborne with Barham annexed, 336; Covert-wood manor, 338, 351; Westcourt manor, 381; and the parsonage, and advowson of Shebbertswell vicarage, 382; Coldred manor, 388; and the parsonage, and advowson of Coldred vicarage, 392; the parsonage, and advowson of Whitfield curacy, 399; Guston and Frith, alias Fright manor, and Guston parsonage, 407, 408; Reach, alias Ridge manor, in St. Margaret's Cliff, 416; the parsonage, and advowson of St. Margaret's vicarage, 418; the parsonage, and advowson of River vicarage, 443, 444; Farthingloe manor, with Vinson Dane, alias Wellclose, in Hougham, 458; Siberston tithery, 458; Little Hougham court, alias Hougham parsonage, and advowson of vicarage, 461; Dudmanscombe and Barton manor, in Buckland, 466, 471; the parsonage, and advowson of Buckland vicarage, 468 a mill in Charlton, 470; part of the great tithes of Charlton, 474; Dover priory, 533; the priory manor, with those of Frith, Guston-court, Ash, Dudmanscombe, and Brandred, the small tithes of Guston, and the three fairs in Dover, 534; the advowson of St. James's rectory in Dover, 547; Pysing manor, 554; the parsonage, and advowson of Sutton curacy, 563; the advowson of Great the advowson of Great Mongeham rectory, 578; Little Mongeham manor, and advowson of rectory, 581, 582; Norborne parsonage, or almonry, 582, 601; the tithery of Little Betshanger, 593, 596, and of Finglesham, ibid. Ashley grange, or parsonage, in Norborne, 598; the advowson of Norborne vicarage, 601; Hull and Sholdon manor, 606; the Parsonage of Sholdon, and advowson of chapel, 611.

Canterbury, see of, 15, 53, 89, 92, 97, 121, 207, 226, 260, 270, 274, 298, 312, 315, 318, 320, 321, 322, 327, 330, 352, 365, 372, 382, 388, 392, 399, 404, 407, 408, 411, 416, 418, 443, 458, 461, 534, 554, 578, 581, 582, 586, 601, 606.

Canterbury, archbishop's palace in, ville of, 2.

Canterbury, archdeacon of, possesses the parsonage, and advowson of St. Stephen's vicarage, 54; the advowson of Stodmarsh donative, 146.

Canterbury, archdeacons of, 46, 50, 53.

Canterbury, dean and chapter of, possess Thornden manor and woods in Blean, 5; Highsted, in Chistlet, 105; the parsonage and advowson of Preston vicarage, 140; Littleborne parsonage, and advowson of vicarage, 156; Ickham manor, 169; Bramling manor, in Ickham, 171; Adisham manor, 182; part of Geddings, 369, and Hillhouse, in Wootton, 370; the parsonage, and advowson of West Cliff, 425.

Canterbury, the king's school in, 201.

Canterbury, Christ church priory in, 2, 4, 24, 28, 49, 60, 168, 170, 181, 269, 311, 315, 330, 369, 425, 530, 531, 532.

Canterbury castle, district of, 2.

Canterbury city, fee farm of, 13; burgesses of, 44; mayor and commonalty of, possess Stodmarsh parsonage, 146; mayor and commonalty of, 150.

Capel's, 136, 139.

Carey, John, lessee of Highsted, in Chistlet, 105.

Carlell's, 356.

Carter, John, possesses Little Wenderton, in Wingham, 231.

Carter, Stephen, possesses Winkleton Oaks farm, in Ripple, 564.

Carter's farm, in Ash, 199.

Cartwright's, of Ash, 220.

Cason, John, 344.

Cassivilaun, king, 310.

Castelli Feodarium, book so called, 494.

Castle-guard rents, payments of, 486.

Castlehaven, Mervin, earl of, 232, 233.

Castney court manor, in River, 442.

Cavendish, Sir William, 432.

Cavendish, Richard Chandler, 449.

Cayley, William, 522.

Cecil, Sir Edward, 520.

Cenulph, king, 314, 351, 365, 369.

Ceoldred, king, 385, 386.

Cerlentone. See Charlton.

Cernells, in Waltham, 323.

Chadwick, James, 521; Robert, 576

Chafy, William, present vicar of Sturry, 84.

Chakbon, Isabell, 100.

Chandler's, 448, 449.

Chamberlains, tithery, in Deal, 566.

Champania, Robert de, 553.

Champs, Solomon de, 439, 440.

Champneis, Salamon, 608.

Chandos barony, claim to, 368.

Chapel plain, in Dover, 536.

Chapman, William, 521.

Charles Ist, king, 485; IId. 524; Vth emperor, 490.

Charleton, Thomas 257.

Charlton seat, in Bishopsborne, 333.

Charlton parish, near Dover, 470.

Chauns, Solomon de, 440.

Chiche's, 80, 295.

Chicheley, Sir Thomas, 138.

Chicke, Capt. 338.

Childerston manor, 127.

Childmas, Thomas, 81.

Chilham, Hamo de, 320.

Chilham, barony of, 341, 452, 457, 472.

Chillenden, prior of Christchurch, 169.

Chiltern Langley, priory of, 568.

Chelton manor, borough and hamlet, in Ash, 201.

Chilton prebend, in Wingham college, 202, 234.

Chilton, in Alkham, 427.

Chilton, William de, 201, 202.

Chilverton, alias Hougham manor, 453.

Chistlet, parish of, 101; manor, 69.

Chisteley, See Chistlet.

Chitty, John, 414.

Chekeshille manor, 127.

Chelesford's, 395, 396.

Chelmington, borough of, 110.

Cheney, Sir Thomas, 58, 497; Thomas, 290; Chenery's, 79, 117, 278, 279, 285.

Chequer manor, in Ash, 199, 200.

Chequer's, alias Septvans's, of Ash, account of, 199, 200; alias Harflete's, 207.

Chester, Edward, earl of, 402.

Chetham, Thomas, bishop susfragan, 529.

Chorepiscopus, See Bishops susfragan.

Chowte, Philip, 294.

Christ-church house, in Bekesborne, 270.

Church, Christian Roman one, 478, 489.

Church, Hougham-street, 451.

Churches, elections in, Scandalous custom of, 513.

Churchill, Charles, the celebrated poet, 541, 545.

Churchill's, of Shebberswell, account of, 378, 379, 561.

Cinque ports, jurisdiction of, 56, 451, 470, 471, 475, 492, 499, 514.

Cistilei, alias Sturigao, 77.

Clarembald, abbot of Faversham, 3, 6.

Claringbold, Thomas, 379; John, 382.

Clark's, 307.

Clark, Thomas, possesses Little Betshanger, in Norborne, 592.

Clavering hospital, in Harbledown, 18.

Claudius, Roman emperor, 214, 477.

Clere, Matthew de, 492.

Clitherow, Roger de, 591.

Cliff at Dover, height of, 490.

Cliff, West. See Westcliff.

Clifford rectory, 306; Clifford's, 151, 160, 174.

Clinches, alias Hopenhall manor, in Westbere, 71.

Clinton, William de, 495; John, lord, 196.

Clinton and Saye, Edward, lord, 196, 388, 432, 446, 448, 571.

Clinton, William, earl of Huntingdon, 568.

Clitherow's, of Ash, 195, 196, 222.

Clive, Christopher, 118.

Clive's, alias Cliff's, 456.

Clopton, John, 347.

Clottingham, Sir Robert de, 434.

Cnolton, ville of, 594.

Cnute, king, 77, 311.

Coope, Henry, 302.

Cobbe's, of Reculver, 114, 121.

Cobham-court manor, in Bekesborne, 272.

Cobham, barony of, ibid.

Cobham, John de, 300, 301; Henry de, 495, 496, 560; Reginald de, 493; 496.

Cobham's, 80, 272; Cobham's, of Sterborough, 420; lords, 301, 485, 505; Brooke's lords, 272, 497.

Cockaine, William, account of, 323.

Cockering manor, and farm, in Thanington, 21, 26.

Cocklicoe, house in Dover castle, 486.

Cockman, John, M. D. 197, 335.

Coffin, antient one, dug up at Wingham, 225.

Cogan, John, 150.

Coke, Edward, 403.

Colkin's, 257.

Cold Harbour farm, in Norborne, 591.

Coldred, parish of, 385, 433; church of, 383.

Colebrooke's, of Chilham, 197.

Colepeper, Tho. 104, 270, 283, 287, 322, 331, 332, 336, 341, 356; Alexander, 152.

Colepeper's, of St. Stephen's, 47. Colepeper's, 23, 293, 294.

Colfe's, 95.

Collins's, 24.

Colret. See Coldred.

Colubel, Ranulph de, 300, 508, 585.

Comb, John, 317.

Combe, John de, 454.

Comer farm, in Buckland, 465.

Comes Littoris Saxonici, 499.

Combwell, abbot and convent of 398, 399.

Combwell, abbey or priory of, 402.

Conn, Sir John, 104.

Constables of dover castle, list of, 492; office of, 500.

Constabularie, barony of, 446.

Country's, 118, 268.

Contraband traders, lights inimical to, 515.

Cooke, John, clerk, 260, 596.

Cooper, Robert, 456.

Cooting, in Adisham, 180.

Copeldike, John, 479.

Coperland, in River, 440, 441.

Coppin, Edward, clerk, 372, 373.

Coppin's, 277, 371; of Wootton, account of, 366, 367, 372.

Coppinheath, alias Greys manor. See Grays.

Copshall. See Popshall.

Copthall, in Wickhambreaux, 159.

Corder, Gawin, 420.

Corbett, John, LL. D. 283, 332, 334; Mrs. Elizabeth, 334, 336.

Corneck, Mrs. possesses Great Wenderton, in Wingham, 232.

Cornish, George, 9.

Cornhill, Reginald de, 171, 174.

Cornelai, hundred of, 415, 416, 549.

Cornwallis, hon. James, S. T.P. 179, 185; John, 269.

Coronation, privileges of the barons of the cinque ports at, 501.

Cosmus Blean, vicarage of, 298.

Cosnan, John, 162, 236.

Cottenham, borough of, 167.

Cotmanton-court, in Sholdon, 608, 609; chapel of, 600, 602, 603.

Cotterell, borough of, 310.

Cottington. See Cotmantoncourt.

Covert-wood manor, in Kingston, 338, 351.

Courcelis, Mr. 196.

Court Ash, manor of, 534.

Courteene, Sir William, 207.

Cousemaker, Evert George, 221.

Courthope's, of Stodmarsh, 144.

Cowley, William, possesses premises in Ash, 198.

Cowper, hon. Spencer, clerk, 67; Sir William, 227, 252.

Cowper, Peter, earl. possesses Fordwich manor, and advowson of rectory, 58, 66; Overland manor, in Ash, 194; Wingham-court, 227; Ratling manor, in Nonington, 252; Cowper's, earls Cowper, account of, 58, 64, 194, 225.

Coxhill hamlet, in Shebbertswell, 375.

Craft, borough of, 101.

Cranmer's, 314.

Cranesbrooke alias Whiteacre manor, in Waltham, 323.

Crayford house, alias Stonehall, in Great Mongeham, 575.

Crayford's, of Mongeham, 89, 569, 572; account of, 575, 577, 605, 607.

Crevequer, Hamo de, 29, 56, 409, 420, 464; Hugh, 483; Crevequer's, 257.

Crey, Sir Simon de, 494.

Crickledshall and Crickshall. See Crixall.

Criol, Bertram de, 493, 553, 574; Nicholas de, 494; Criol's, 193, 300, 324, 396, 402, 409, 410, 420, 447, 560, 608.

Crippen's, 282.

Crispe, Thomas, 105; John, 366; William, 479; Crispe's 61, 88,

Crixall manor, in Staple, 188; Rough, in the same, 186,

Crofts, Herbert, 370.

Cromer's, 211.

Cromwell, Oliver, 441; Thomas, lord, 196, 347, 446, 448.

Cruddeswode, in Nonington, 253.

Cudred, king, 315.

Culmer, Richard, 20; Carr, possesses Husseys farm, in Stourmouth, 126.

Culpeper, Thomas, 97, 388, 399; Culpeper's, 255. See also Colepeper.

Cumbwell, prior and convent of, 393. See also Combwell.

Cundy, Agnes de, 160.

Cunnick, John, 446.

Curbespine, Ralph de, 359, 387, 389, 429, 508.

Curfew land, in St. Margaret's at Cliff, 416.

Curleswood, alias the Park farm, in Nonington, 251.

Curling's, 170.

Curteis, Sir George, 154.

Customs, establishment of, 517.

D.

Dacre, Ropers, lords, 35.

D'Aeth, Sir Narborough, possesses Wickhambreaux manor and advowson of rectory, 162, 165; Rowlingcourt, 245; lessees of hospital lands in the same, ibid. possesses Kettington farm, in Nonington, 251; lessee of Norborne parsonage, or almonry, 582, 583; possesses Tickness, alias Tickenhurst manor, and Great and Little Tickenhurst farmS, 594; Francis, cl. 400.

Daines, Robert, 175.

Dale, Thomas, last prior of St. Radigund, 448.

Dane-street hamlet, in Adisham, 180; Dane Pitts, in Ripple, 565.

Danes, transactions of, in Britain, 215.

Daniell, John, 433.

Danitone. See Denton.

Darell, his history of Dover castle, 494.

Darell's, 61, 65.

Darley, John, cl. 91.

Dartford, priory of, 133.

Danbridgecourt, Sir Eustace de, 239.

Dauling, John, cl. 436.

Dawes, Bethel, 575; Dawes's, of Hernehill, 316.

Dawkes, Thomas, 548.

Dawkins's, 80.

Day, John, 395.

Deadmanscombe manor. See Dudsmancombe.

Deal, tithes in, 566.

Deane, borough of, 191, 224.

Deanries, new ones, instituted, 81, 601.

Dechair, Richard Blackett, present vicar of Shebbertswell and of Coldred, 384, 393.

Deedes, William, possesses Ripple manor, 567; Julius, cl. 579; Deedes's, of St. Stephen's, 42.

Dekewer, John, 539.

Delangle, John Maximilian, cl. 384.

Delce, family of, 294.

Delanoy, Thomas, present curate of West Langdon, 405; of Guston, 409; rector of East Langdon, 558.

Den, Sir Alured de, 345; Den's, 559.

Dene farm, in Stourmouth, 126; manor, 127; estate of, 149; chapel of, 326.

Dene manor, in Wingham, 225, 228; Dene's, ibid.

Denew, John, 567; Denew's, 42, 51, 394.

Dengewood, 311.

Denis's, 171.

Denmark, George, prince of, 498; Christian VII. king of, 525.

Denne, Thomas, possesses Watmer hall, in Sturry, 76; John, lessee of Chistlet demesnes, 103; possesses tithes in the same, 108; Mrs. Elizabeth possesses Bursted manor, in Bishopsborne, 333; Denne, William, 413; Rev. John, 569.

Denne's, of Watmer-hall, 73; Denne's, of Chistlet, 106; Dennes, possess Santon, in Preston, 135; lessees of Littleborne manor, 150; of Littleborne, 155; possess Trendley park, in Wickhambreaux, 164; of Dennehill, 170, account of, 344, 348; of Ickham, 172, 176, 177; of Wenderton, 208, 231, 232, 238; of Bursted, account of, 333, 336, 347; of Patrixborne, 284.

Dennehill seat, in Kingston, 344.

Denton, parish of, 358; Sir Simon de, 359.

Denward, Thomas, 283, 332; Elizabeth possesses a fourth part of Upper Hardres manor, and advowson of rectory, 306, 308, 309.

Depeden manor, in Petham, 316; John de, 316.

Dering, Sir Edward, possesses woods in Blean, 7; a moiety of the Place house, in St. Dunstan's, 35; and of Beverley farm, in St. Stephen's, 43; Sir Edward, 206, 264, 353, 357, 397; Charles possesses Ridgway manor, in Herne, 86; May Deacon seat, in Barham, 357; Barham-court manor and seat, 353; George resides at Rolling, in Goodnestone, 242; Dering's, of Surrenden, 307.

Derrington, borough and hamlet of, 350, 351.

Desborough, Col. John, 497.

Despencer, Sir Philip, 341; Hugh, junior, 495.

Deve, J. cl. 51.

Devereux, Sir John de, 496.

Dickenson's, 245.

Dicks, Catherine-Anne, 362.

Digge, Thomas, 433.

Diggs, Sir Dudley, 325; William, 340; Diggs's, of Barham, 80, 343; account of, 354, 357, 371, 390, 608, 301, 302; of Denton, of, 366; of Newington, 371.

Diggs-court, alias Nether Hardres manor, 301; alias Outelmeston manor, in Barham, 353.

Diggs-place, in Barham, 354, 424.

Dilnot, John, 596; Laurence possesses West Studdal, in Norborne, 598.

Dingley, Nicholas, cl. 349.

Dissenters, in Dover, 515.

Dix, Joshua, present curate of Nackington, 299; John, 362.

Dixon's, 51.

Dixwell, Sir Basil, 354, 446, 521; John, 520; Dixwell's, of Brome, account of, 354, 355, 357.

Dodsworth, Frederick, possesses Ashenfield, in Waltham, 325.

Dofra, Dofris, now Dover, 507. See also Dover.

Dognate, Anne, 128.

Doget's, 269.

Doilie, Thomas, 440.

Dorante, John, 154; Dorante's, 271.

Dormer's, 172.

Dorset, John Beaufort, marquis of, 496; Lionel, earl and duke of, 498.

Donneslonde, in Norborne, 601.

Dover, Fulbert de, 341, 361, 452, 455, 483; Solomon de, 438, 439; Gregory de, 440.

Dover Castle, 476, 438, 472, 476, 438, 472, 524; lands held of, 257, 377, 390, 401, 420, 423, 442, 445, 446, 457, 459, 483, 527, 552; keeper of, 516. 517.

Dover, Town and Port of, 470, 475; corporation of, 451; barous returned to parliament, for List of, 518.

Dover, barons, earls, and dukes of, 526, 527.

Dover, honor and barony of, 527.

Dover harbour, trustees of, possess Diggs-place, in Barham, 354; Singledge farm, in Coldred, 385; Solton, in Westcliffe, 424.

Dover, priory of, 391, 393, 470, 509, 524.

Dover Priory, manor of, 534, 405, 407, 463, 471.

Dover, Richard, suffragan bishop of, 132, 137, 194, 568.

Dour river, 427, 470, 511.

Down-court, in Staple, 186.

Downhamford, hundred of, 142.

Downing, Bladen, present curate of Nonington, 262.

Drake, a merchant, 487.

Draton, Richard, 52.

Drelingore hamlet, in Alkham, 427.

Dryland, Richard, 258.

Dubris Portus, Station of, 470, 506; now Dover, 475, 503. See also Dover.

Dudmanscombe manor, in Buckland, 465, 470, 471, 534.

Duncombe, Rev. John, 84

Dunkirk, alias Westgate, ville of, 2, 3.

Dunkirk, distance of from Dover, 491.

Durlock bridge, in Staple, 185.

Durovernum, Station of, 291, 506.

Durrant, Simon, 172 William, cl. 309.

Dynley's, 205.

E.

Eadbald, king, 181, 478, 530, 584, 588, 606.

Earde, John, 358; Earde's, alias Yerds, 359.

Earthquake felt in Kent, 562.

East, John, possesses Great Walmestone, in Wingham, 233.

Eastbridge hospital, district of, 2; hospital of, 17, 89, 275, 298; master of, possesses the parsonage of St Nicholas, Harbledowne, 18.

East-court, alias Palmers manor, in St. Margaret's Cliff, 413.

East Hougham, street of, 451.

East-street, in Ash, 192.

Eastermouth, borough of, 110.

Eastry, hundred of,364, 365, 369; manor of, 252, 330, 364.

Eaton's, 413, 546.

Ece See Ash.

Eche, near Sandwich, 193.

Edington hamlet, in Herne, 85.

Edesham. See Adisham.

Edgforth's, 51

Edolph's, of St. Radigund's, 448, 449.

Edmund, king, 376.

Edred, king, 115.

Edward IV. king, 485.

Edwards, Benjamin, 578.

Edwlf, king, 170.

Egbert, king, 115.

Egelhorne, 351.

Elcock, George, 356, 357.

Eleanor, queen, 420.

Eleham, manor of, 304.

Elgar, Nathaniel, 138, 207.

Elliot, Captain, possesses Greys, alias Ores manor, in Chistlet, 105.

Ellis's, of Ash, 222.

Elliwood, Thomas, 519.

Ellwood, Thomas, 537, 538.

Elmerstone. See Elmstone,

Elmes, alias Lee, in Ash, 196.

Elmes, alias Hougham manor, 453.

Elmsted, chapel of, 326.

Elamstone, parish of, 131.

Elwyn, Thomas, 114.

Engham's, 196; of Goodnestone, account of, 242, 248, 249, 250, 252, 253.

Ent, Sir George, 177.

Ermenseul, Saxon idol, 300.

Erpingham, Sir Thomas, 496.

Eshmerfield manor. See Ashenfield.

Esmeresfield, chapel of, 326.

Esole, borough and hamlet of, 251. See also St. Alban's.

Essela. See Ashley.

Essex, John, the last abbot of St. Augustine's, 79; Henry de, 438, 492.

Essex, Thomas Cromwell, earl of, 196, 347, 446, 448.

Estchequer manor. See Chequer.

Estreia, Estry, lath of, 369, 430, 585; hundred of, 509.

Estry, Henry de, prior of Christchurch, 425.

Esturai. See Sturry.

Estursete, hundred of. See Westgate.

Eswalt, Eswelle. See St. Alban's.

Ethelbert, king, 77, 102, 120.

Ethelred, 376; palace of, 113, 115.

Etwelle. See Ewell.

Evering, Sir Nicholas, 447.

Ewe, Richard, earl of, 492.

Ewell, Edward, 91, 92.

Ewell, parish of, 426, 511.

Exchequer, table of, at Dover, 509.

Excise, establishment of, 517.

Eyre, Robert, 45; Adam le, 89.

Eythorne, borough of, 191; manor of, 263.

F.

Fagge, Rev. Sir John, cl. 68; present vicar of Chistlet, Captain, 435.

Fagge, Thomas, 442, 460; Fagge's, 197.

Fair Maid of Kent, 161.

Fane, Thomas, 152; Fane's, 519.

Farbrance, George, trustees of, lessees of Dudmanscombe manor, in Buckland, 466; of Dover priory manor, and those of Frith, Guston court, Ash, Dudmanscombe and Brandred; the small tithes of Guston, and the three fairs in Dover, 534; Farbrace's, 317, 546.

Farmer, Henry, 162; farmer's, 80.

Farrer's, 208, 218.

Farthinglor, alias Venson Dane manor, in Hougham, 458.

Farthingloe, Matilda de, 459.

Fasham's, of Deal, 575, 578.

Faunce, Sir Robert, account of, 344.

Faversham, abbot and convent of, 5, 6.

Faversham, alias Abbots Blean woods, 6.

Faussett, Henry Godfrey, possesses Heppington manor and seat, in Nackington, 295; North court, alias Lower Hardres manor, 302; Youngs farm, in Lower Hardres, ibid. Faussett's, 590; Rev. Mr. 339, 376; Faussett's, of Heppington, account of, 295, 297.

Fector, Peter, possesses Hillscourt and Levericks, 204; Goshall manor, 206; Wingham Barton manor, 208, and Richborough castle, in Ash, 218; Long-lane farm, in Shebbertswell, 376; a farm at Lower Whitfield, 394; Fector's, 525.

Felons punished by drowning, 549.

Field, lady Louisa, 468.

Fielding, Allen, present minister of Stodmarsh, 147; and vicar of St. Stephen's, 55; Charles, 244.

Fienes, John de, 483, 492, 496, 552; James de, 492; Alan de, ibid. Sir James, lord Say and Sele, 496.

Firming Barton manor. See Barton.

Finch, lady Elizabeth, 58; Sir John, ibid. account of, 63; lady Mabella, 86; Finch's, of Coldred, 391, 392.

Finet's, of West Cliff, account of, 423.

Fineux, Sir John, 127; William, of Hougham, 460; Fineux's, of Herne, account of, 87, 91, 230, 252; Fineux's, of Hougham, account of, 454; of Swinfield, 607.

Finnis, Robert, lessee of the demesnes of Coldred manor, 388.

Finglesham, borough of, 583; farm of, 596.

Finglesham hamlet, 595; tithery of, in Norborne, 593, 596.

Fisher, Thomas, 9.

Fishpool downs, in Littleborne, 148.

Fitzalan, Thomas, earl of Arundel, 496.

Fitzbernard, Ralph, 324; Robert, 509.

Fitz-Gilbert, Richard, 305.

Fitzhaut, Sir Piers, 313.

Fitzparnell, earl of Leicester, 45.

Fitzpier, Geoffry de, 493.

Fitzurse, Sir Randal, 352.

Fitzwilliams, Adam, 483.

Fleet manor, in Ash, 209; tithery of, 210; chapel of, 212, 222.

Fleetwood, Col. 497.

Fletes, in Ash, 226.

Flenguessam. See Finglesham.

Fobert, barony of, 341, 361, 452, 455, 457, 459.

Foche, William, 92, 95; Edward, 106, alias Essex, John, the last abbot of St. Augustine's abbey, 566; Foche's, alias Foach's, of Wootton, account of, 369, 372; Foche's, 559; account of, 561, 562; of Ripple, account of, 566.

Fogge's court, in Great Mongeham, 574.

Fogge, Sir John, 325; John, 361; Sir Francis, 453; Fogge's, of Repton, 30, 188, 211, 295; Fogge's, of Bekesborne, 267, 273; of Great Mongeham, 574; Fogge's, 23, 284, 465, 560.

Folkestone, alias Averenches, barony of, 401, 453; hundred of, 451.

Fonnereau, Henry, 311.

Foord's, lessees of Thornden manor, 5.

Foote, John, possesses Sturry manor and parsonage, 79; Hawe manor, in Herne, 88; Charlton seat, in Bishopsborne, 334; Rev. Francis Hender, 79, 88; Foote's, of Charlton, account of, 334, 336.

Foote, Samuel, the comedian, 545.

Forage, custom of, 485.

Ford Palace, in Hoth, 96, 97.

Ford, alias Shelvingford manor, 97.

Fordwich, town and parish of, 56; corporation of, 75.

Fordwich, Sir John Finch, baron of, 58; account of, 63; lady Mabella, baroness of, 86.

Forester of the Blean, office of, 6.

Forster's, 172.

Fortescue, Nicholas, 249.

Fotherby, Charles, 337, 357; Fotherby's, of Barham, 86, 188, 189; account of, 353, 357.

Foulmead, hamlet of, in Sholdon, 584, 605.

Fowell, Dr. John, 329; present rector of Bishopsborne, 337; Petronell, 335.

Fowley's, 11.

Fox, William, possesses Staplegate, alias Nackington manor, 294; Fox's, 293.

Frankner's, 423.

France, Philip, king of, 340; Lewis, dauphin of, 484.

Francis's, 413.

Freeman, Thomas, present sequestrator of River vicarage, 444; Freeman's, 435.

French, land at Dover, 509, 532.

Fredville manor and seat, in Nonington, 257.

Fright, alias Frith manor, in Guston, 407, 534.

Frogham, borough of, 251.

Frost, John, cl. 337.

Fulbert, alias Fobert, barony of, 341, 352, 376, 452.

Fuller, Rose, 410; John Trayton possesses Oxney manor and rectory, 410, 411.

Furnese's, of Waldershare, 7, 159, 206, 375, 388, 391, 397, 403, 522, 551, 555, 559, 592, 597, 598.

Fynch, John, 559.

G.

Gage, Edward, 366; Sir John, 388, 399.

Garrett, John, possesses Weddington, in Ash, 203; Robert, 367, 372, 373.

Garside, Thomas, possesses Sutton-court, alias East Sutton manor, 560.

Garwintor, Upper, in Littleborne, 151, 152; manor of, 163; Lower, manor. See Wingate.

Garwinton, Roger de, 151; Sir Thomas, 307; Garwinton's, 151, 153, 174, 175, 306, 343, 347.

Gascoigne's, 494.

Gason's, 172.

Gauden, bishop, 91.

Gaunt, 218.

Gayler, John, 323.

Gayson, John, 170.

Gecham. See Ickham.

Gedding, borough and hamlet, in Wootton, 364, 365, 369.

Geddinges, Robert de, 370.

Gemecot, Catherine, 260.

Genlade, water of, 110.

Geohagan, Ignatius, 283, 284, 332.

Gessoriacum See Bologne.

Gestling, or North Stream, water of, 549, 596.

Gestlinges, John de, 365.

Gibbs, Richard, possesses Bay farm, in Ickham, 170; Gibbs's, of Elmstone, 133, 134; Gibbs's, of Ickham, 178.

Gibbons's, of Bishopsborne, 333, 335, 342; of Dover, 413; of West Cliff, account of, 421, 424, 600.

Gilbert's, 71, 73, 76.

Gillow's, of Stourmouth, 128, 170.

Gilton Town, hamlet of, in Ash, 192; Roman burial ground at, 218, 219.

Gilton parsonage, in Ash, 202, 209, 212.

Ginder, Thomas, 232, 238, 346.

Gipps, George, possesses Bosenden manor, in Blean, 6; possesses a seat in Harbledown, 8; residesat at Hall seat, in Harbledown, 10; lessee of Poldhurst tithery in the same, 12; New-house, in Thanington, 22; Thanington manor, 23; lessee of Thanington parsonage, 26; of St. Dunstan's parsonage, 39; of Rushborne tithery, 72; lessee of Gilton, alias Goldston parsonage, in Ash, 198, 223; of Bekesborne parsonage, 274, of Nackington parsonage, 298; Geo. 322.

Gloucester, Hugh de Audley, earl of, 308.

Richard de Clare, earl of, 324; Hugh Despencer, earl of, 495; Humphry, duke of, 496; Richard, duke of, 497; Clare's, earls of, 29.

Gaol, county one, in St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, 33.

Gociston. See Guston.

Goddard, Mr. possesses part of Upper Andesdore and Celnels, in Waltham, 323.

Godden, Robert, gentleman, cl. 121.

Godfrey, Benjamin, possesses Buckwell, in Sturry, 76; Godfrey's, of Heppington, account of, 295, 297.

Godwin, earl of Kent, 480, 492, 507.

Godyngton's, 300.

Gokin's, of Ripple, account of, 566. See also Gookin.

Goldsborough, Peter, 377.

Goldston, alias Goldstanton manor, in Ash, 195, 204; Upper and Lower farmS, 197; House, in Ash, ibid.

Goldston, alias Goldstanton parsonage or tithery, in Ash, 198, 206, 210, 223.

Goldston, prior of Christchurch, 269.

Goodnestone, alias Gunston, near Wingham, parish of, 239, 241, 584.

Goodneston's, 242, 248, 253.

Goodhugh's, 80.

Goodwyn, John, 154.

Gookin, Jane, 19; Thomas, 570; John, 592. See also Gokin.

Gore-end, in Thanet, 113, 514.

Gosfridus, Dapiser, 22.

Goshall manor, in Ash, 195, 198, 204; tithery of, 206.

Goshall, Sir John, 195, 220, Goshall's, 204.

Gosleywood, 287, 329.

Gostling, John, present rector of Milton, near Canterbury, 32.

Gounceston. See Guston.

Grai, William de, 104.

Grand sergeantry, lands held by, 269.

Grandacre, in Waltham, 320.

Grandison, Otho de, 495.

Gratian, William, cl. 316.

Graves, in Hougham, 452, 525.

Gray, Dr. of Canterbury, 114; Gray, Sir John, 161; lady Hester, 346; Sir Charles resides at Barham-court, 353; baronets of Denne-hill, 346.

Grays, alias Ores manor, in Chistlet, 104.

Graydon, Benjamin, possesses Hermesland seat, in Fordwich, 62; John, 73; Graydon's, of Fordwich, account of, 65.

Graystock, Ralph, baron of, 473.

Gregory, Francis, present curate of Thanington, 27; John, present rector of Elmstone, 135; of Preston, 142; Gregory's, 317.

Greene, John, cl. 184.

Greenland, Mary, 80.

Greenshield's, 88.

Greenways, lands, in Ripple, 566.

Greenwich, hospital at, 479.

Gresham, William, 335.

Grey, Richard de, of Codnor, 493.

Grove, family of, 186.

Grove, hamlet of, in Wickhambreaux, 159; ferry and house, in Littleborne, alias Marley farm, in Norborne, 596.

Groves seat, in Staple, 186.

Grypping, a method of fishing so called, 169.

Guestling, or Brotherhood of the cinque ports, 501.

Guldeford, Peter de, 377.

Guildford, George Augustus, earl of, possesses Upton-court, in Shebbertwell, 378; Newsole farm, 385; Coldred manor, 389; Popeshall, 391, and a portion of tithes in Coldred, 391; lessee of Coldred parsonage, 392; possesses Lit. tle Pising and Pinham, in Whitfield, 398; lessee of Guston manor and parsonage, and the Frith, alias Fright manor, 407, 408; possesses East Langdon manor 552; lessee of Pysing manor, 554; possesses the advowson of East Langdon rectory, 556; a moiety of Minacre hamlet, and a farm in Napchester, in Norborne, 599.

Guildford, Frederick, earl of, 498; Francis, earl of, 552; earls of, 388, 389.

Guildstanton. See Giltontown.

Guldeford's, 371, 377, 497.

Gunman, James, possesses Upton wood, alias Shebbertswell manor, 378; lessee of Woodland, in Shebbertswell, 383; possesses Buckland manor, 465; lessee of Barton manor, 466, and Buckland parsonage, 468; of great tithes in Charlton, 474; possesses Otterton, alias Ankerton-dane tithery, in Buckland, 469; Gunman's, of Dover, 546.

Gunston, parish of. See Goodnestone.

Gurson Fleet manor, in Ash, 209.

Guston, parish of, 405; vicarage of, ibid. manor and borough of, 534; pastures of. 551.

Gyldford, Henry de, 371.

Gybbs, William, 194.

H.

Hacket, Walter, 446,

Hackington, alias St. Stephen's, parish of, 42.

Haimo, the sheriff, 44.

Hadde's, 70, 316, 318.

Haghe manor. See Hall and Hawe.

Haldene, a Saxon prince, 311.

Hale, Thomas, 25.

Hales, Sir Thomas Pym, 22, 274, 522, 523; Judge, 23; Sir Edward possesses Hall manor, Barton manor and Hales place, in St. Stephen's, 43, 48; Sir Christopher, 46, 104, 152, 255, 347; Robert, 50; Sir Philip, 175; lady resides at Dene, in Wingham, 229; Sir James, 293, 301, 394, 440, 460; James, 397; Sir Stephen, 301; John, 566; Hales's, of Thanington, account of, 22, 25, 295; of St. Stephen's, account of, 47; of Bekesborne, 151, 154, 267; account of, 271, 273, 302.

Hales-place seat, in St. Stephen's, 43, 48.

Halke's, 114, 317.

Hall, alias Beverley manor, in Harbledowne, 8.

Hall manor, in St. Stephen's, 45.

Hall, Rev. Henry, 19; Hannah possesses Rushborne, in Westbere, 72; Hall's, 198.

Halle, Thomas, 25; Halle's, of Herne, 22, 86.

Hallet, James, possesses Higham manor and place, in Patrixborne, 284.

Halley, Dr. 214.

Halsey, Capt. 354.

Hamon, Thomas, 308.

Hammond, John, 255; William possesses St. Alban's manor and seat, in Nonington, 256; lessee of the parsonage of Wimlingswold, 266; William, of Canterbury, possesses Swerdling manor, and lessee of tithery, in Petham, 316; Hammond's, of St. Alban's, 245, account of, 255, 259, 260, 381; Hammond's, 210.

Hamond, Thomas, the hermit of Reculver, 114; John, 371; Hamond's, 321.

Hampton, borough of, 84.

Hampton, Martin de, cl. 177.

Hancock, William, 11.

Handloe, Nicholas de, 345; Handloe's, 48.

Handvile's, Handfield's, or Hanville's, of Waltham, account of, 320.

Hannington, Henry, cl. 399; William, 461; Hannington's, 528.

Hanville, alias Handfield green, in Waltham, 320.

Harbledowne, parish of, 7; hospital of, 12, 23, 116, 122; master of, possesses lands in Rowling, 245.

Hardes. See Hardres.

Hardres, Lower, parish of, 299; Upper, parish of, 304.

Hardres, Sir William, 283, 284, 332, 334, 522; Peter, clerk, 309; Hardres's, of Hardrescourt, 48; account of, 305, 308, 309.

Hardwick, Philip York, earl of, and lord chancellor, account of, 527.

Hardy, John, 290.

Harfield's, 366.

Harflete's, of Ash, 194; account of, 199, 200, 201, 203, 207, 221, 222, 228. See also Septvaus.

Harris, Thomas, 361.

Harlestone's, 61.

Harman's, of Crayford, 459.

Harold, king, 242; earl, 480, 492.

Harris, Christopher, cl. 238; Thomas, 347.

Harrison, Peter, 72; William resides at Bourne-place, 329.

Hart, William, 528.

Harvey, Richard, 257, 600; Harvey's, 434; of West Studdal, 597.

Harwich, borough of, in Whitstaple, 2.

Haseden manor, in Westbere, 69.

Hastings, town and port, jurisdiction of, 234, 266, 268.

Hastings, John de, 137.

Haslyn, John. cl. 348.

Hatch, borough of, 101.

Hatley, Thomas, 232.

Hatton, Tho. lessee of Reach, alias Ridge manor, in St. Margaret's at Cliff, 416.

Havenfield, in Nackington, 291.

Haut, Richard, 343, 361; Haut's, 97, 153, 175, 289, 294, 325, 347; of Bishopborne, 283; account of, 331, 335, 355; of Petham, account of, 313, 315; of Wadenhall, account of, 322.

Hatus place, in Petbam, 313.

Hautsborne. See Bourne-place.

Hawe, manor of, in Herne, 86; borough of, 84. See also Hall.

Hawker, Jane, 596.

Hawkins, Mr. possesses woods in Bleane, 7; Abraham, 65.

Hazeling wood, in Ickham, 167; in Whitfield, 394.

Head, Sir John, clerk, 179; Sir Francis, 204; baronets, 177.

Heart-hall, in Patrixborne, 277.

Heaton's, of St. Thomas's hill, 38.

Hedges, Sir Charles, 521.

Helburg, alias Hilborough, 117.

Helles's, 203, 206; court. See Hills-court.

Hemphall, in Fordwich, 60.

Hendley, Walter, 132, 194, 232.

Heneage, Sir Thomas, 397.

Henecre's, 242.

Henniker, John, 523.

Henrietta-Maria, queen, 485.

Henry II. king, 484, 489; VIII. king, 98, 305, 485, 490.

Henshaw, Edward, 35.

Heppington manor and seat, in Nackington, 294.

Herbaldowne. See Harbledowne.

Herbert, Sir Thomas, 279; James, 382; Arthur, 521.

Herdson, Henry, 446.

Hereford, Humphry, earl of, 493.

Herle, Sir Robert, 496.

Hermensole farm, in Lower Hardres, 300.

Hermesland seat, in Fordwich, 61.

Hermit, one formerly at Reculver, 113, 114.

Hermitage, at Richborough, 316.

Herne, parish of, 84; vicar of, 123, 124.

Herne-bay rock, 117.

Heron, Thomas, 197.

Herenden's, 198.

Herring, Mrs. possesses New farm, in Ripple, 569; Rev. John, 569; present rector of Great Mongeham, 579; Ashley farm, in Norborne, 598; Herring's, 333.

Hersing manor, in Westhere, 69.

Herste, John de, 457.

Hevington. See Heppington.

Hextal, William, 456.

Hey, Thomas, present rector of Wickhambreaux, 166; possesses WINGHAM COLLEGE, and parsonage, 236, and the advowson of curacy, 240.

Heyman, Sir Henry Pix, present curate of Whitfield, 400; Sir Peter, 520.

Hicham, 458. See also Hougham.

Hickham, See Ickham.

Higgs, Griffin, cl. 426.

Higham, in Littleborne, 148.

Higham manor and place, in Patrixborne, 283, 284, 331.

Higham's, 155, 283.

Highsted, in Chistlet, 105.

Hilles's, 206, 323, 324.

Hills court, in Ash, 203.

Hills's, of Hills-court, account of, 370; Hills's, 121.

Hills, Mrs. possesses a house in Buckland, 404.

Histborough, in Reculver, 114.

Hippesley, Sir John, 520.

Hoad borough. See Hothe.

Hobday's, 356, 459.

Hode, alias Hothe-house, in Patrixborne, 282.

Hoden hamlet, in Ash, 193.

Hodgekin's, 172.

Hodgson's, of Dover, 547.

Hoese's. See Hussee's.

Hoile, Thomas, possesses Finglesham farm, in Norborne, 595.

Holand, Sir Thomas, 161; Holand's, 423.

Holderness, Robert Darcy, earl of, 498.

Hole, Daniel, 221.

Holles, Denzill, lord, 258.

Holness, Thomas, lessee of Littleborne parsonage, 156; Holness's, lessees of Bramling manor, in Ickham, 171; Andrew, 164.

Holt hamlet, in Nonington, 251.

Honpit, alias Houndpit, in Bridge, 287.

Honywood, Filmer, possesses Cockering manor, in Thanington, 21; Iffens, and other woods, near Canterbury, 28; Milton manor, near Canterbury, and advowson of rectory, 31, 32; Little Archers court, in River, 441; Sir John possesses the alternate presentation to the vicarages of Petham and Waltham, 318, 327; Temple Waltham manor, 321; the rents of Wadenhall manor, 322; Whitacre, alias the Walnuttree farm, in Waltham, 323; lessee of Waltham parsonage, 327; John, cl. 318, 319, 328; Honywood's, of Markshall and Charing, 31, 441.

Hooker, Richard, 20; Dr. Richard, rector of Bishopsborne, 335, 337.

Hooper, George, lessee of Cotmanton, alias Cottingtoncourt, in Sholdon, 608.

Hoopoe, bird so called, account of, 525.

Hopenhall manor. See Clinches.

Hopland manor, in Westbere, 69; farm and tithes in the same, 70, 71; Hopland's, 69, 70, 104.

Horn, Thomas, lessee of paper mills in Buckland and Charlton, 464, 470; of Combe farm, in Buckland, 466; Horne's, of Apledore, 390.

Hospitallers, See Knights Hospitallers.

Hothe, parish of, 96; borough of, 75; chapel of, 92, 94; HOUSE, in Patrixborne, 282.

Hougham, Parish of, 451; court, alias Northcourt manor, 455; MA NOR, alias The Elmes, 457; court, Little, alias the Parsonage, 461.

Hougham, borsholder of, 534.

Hougham, Richard, of Ash, 221; William, 284, 332; Benedicta de, 355; William possesses a fourth part of Upper Hardres manor, and of the advowson of rectory, 306, 309; Hougham's, 139; of Ash, account of, 202, 211, 222; of Hougham, account of, 453, 460.

How-bridge, 584.

Howlets seat, in Bekesborne, 271.

Hudleston, Thomas, possesses a third part of the advowson of Ripple rectory, 572.

Hugessen, William, possesses Stodmarsh manor, 145; Mr. 537; Hugessen's, of Stodmarsh, account of, 144, 534.

Hull, manor of, 605; court, alias Long farm, in Sholdon, 606.

Hundreds, parts of separated, 185.

Hunsdon, Henry Carey, lord, 526.

Hunt, Stephen, 106; Hunt's, 172.

Huntingdon, William-Clinton, earl of, 137, 195, 495, 568.

Huntingfield, William de, 493.

Hurlestone, Samuel, 176.

Hussee's, 127.

Husseys farm, in Stourmouth, 126.

Hussey's, 228, 559.

Hutchesson, Thomas, cl. 134.

Hythe, barons of, 447.

I.

Jacob, Mrs. possesses Sextries, alias Nackington manor, 293; Jacob's, of Faversham, ibid. Jacob's, 42, 51; of Ripple and St. Stephen's, account of, 567.

James, Alexander, present vicar of St. Margaret's Cliffe, 418, and of Buckland, 469.

James's, 51.

Janeway, James, cl. 371, 373.

I' Ann's, George, cl. 155.

Jaques, Robert, 133, 134.

Ibbetson, Richard, D. D. 52.

Ickham, parish of, 167.

Idley's, 244.

Jeken, Margaret, 392; James, present lay rector of Oxney, 411; possesses a house and lands at Marton, in East Langdon, 554; a portion of tithes in Marton, 555; Grove, alias Marley farm, and another farm, in Finglesham, 596.

Jenkin, Robert, 73; Henry, 129.

Jennings, Martha, possesses Tancrey island, in Fordwich, 59; Jennings's, of Fordwich, ibid. 65.

Jermye, John, 154.

Jermyn, Stephen, 293; Henry, 526.

Jesus hospital, in Canterbury, 324.

Jeoffery, Francis, 175.

Jewssynagogue, in St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, 34.

Iffins wood, near Canterbury, 21, 28, 291, 310.

Ileden, or Ilding seat, in King ston, 342.

Ina, king, 386.

Inborough, borough of, 135.

Infirm Barton. See Barton.

Innes, Peter, 349.

Innys, Gilbert, cl. 109.

Intrenchments, remains of, 310, 375, 376, 386, 428.

Joclet, land of, 326.

John, king, 340, 428.

Johnson, Sylas, 76; Thomas, present rector of Charlton, 475; Johnson's, of Fordwich, 58, 60.

Jones, David, cl. 308; Jones's, of Chistlet, 106.

Isaac, John, 607.

Isaac's, or Isaak's, 70, 154, 175, 211, 252, 271, 282, 343, 347, 361.

Isill-street, in Nonington, 251.

Juliers, Elizabeth, daughter of the marquis of, 239.

Jull, John, 144; Thomas, possesses a part of Lower Goldston farm, and Goldstonhouse, in Ash, 198.

K.

Kake-street, in Waltham, 320.

Kancia, Walter de, 288.

Kasey, Macobus, cl. 290.

Kelly, R. possesses Whitacre, alias Cranesbrooke manor, in Waltham, 324.

Kelsey, Thomas, 520.

Kempe, Sir Thomas, 138, 568, 571; Edward, 528; Kempe's, of Ollantigh, 325.

Kendall's, 211, 495.

Kenfield seat, in Petham, 312.

Kenrick, Matthew, cl.possesses Sapington manor, in Petham, 314.

Kent, earls of, 161, 207, 242, 397, 439, 484, 493, 495.

Kent, Infanta of, 568.

Ker, John, laird of Frogden, 546.

Keriell, Jane, 220; William, 410; Sir Thomas, 560.

Kersony-court. See Castneycourt.

Ketch, John, 233.

Kettington, farm and borough of, in Nonington, 251.

Kien, Christopher-Ernest, 221.

King, the patron of Westbere rectory, 73; of LowerHardres rectory, 303; possesses the Maison Dieu, in Dover, 535.

King, Thomas, lessee of lands in Shebbertswell, 383; Mr. his observations on castles, 489.

Kinghamford, hundred of, 328.

Kingsdown, district of, 416; ville of, 514.

Kingsford, Mr. lessee of a paper mill in Buckland, 464; Kingsford's, 6; of Tunford, 22, 25.

Kingsley, Charles, possesses Crixall, in Staple, 189; Thomas Pinke, possesses Renville manor, in Patrixborne, 283; Kingsley's, 189; account of, 282.

Kingston, parish of, 338; manor of, 341.

Kitchell, Thomas, 212.

Knatchbull, Joane, possesses A HOUSE in St. Stephen's, 42; George, 73.

Knevet, Edward, 347.

Knight, Thomas, 241; Knight's, of Godmersham, 152.

Knights templars, 320; account of, 431; house of, in Dover, 536; See also Templars.

Knights hospitallers, 321, 435, 525.

Knights, of Dover castle, 470.

Knights bottom, in Charlton, ib.

Knowler, Gilbert, possesses Lottinge manor, 88, and Underdowne manor, with Sees-court, alias Stroudhouse, in Herne, 89; Gilbert, 346, 347; Thomas, 90; John, 106, 175; admiral Charles, 167, 177; Knowler's, of Herne, account of, 85, 92; of Canterbury, 91; Knowler's, of Hothe, 97.

Kyryel's, of Limne, 447. See also Keriel's and Kirriel's.

L.

Lacy, Robert, 455.

Ladbrook, Edward, cl. 273.

Lade, John, possesses a house at Hanville green, in Waltham, 320; John, 356; Lade's, of Barham, 357.

Lamb, Thomas, lessee of River parsonage, 444.

Lambart, Col. John, 497; John, alias Folkestone, last prior of Dover, 533.

Laming, Roger, 395.

Langdon, East, parish of 549; manor of, 401, 405; rector of, 405, 603.

Langdon, West, parish of, 401; church of, 557.

Langdon Abbey, account of, 401, 410, 411; abbot and convent of, 391, 393, 404.

Langeduna, 351.

Langford's, 314.

Langham park, in Bishopsborne, 330.

Langton's lodge, in Sturry, 50.

Langiey, William, 314; Edmund de, 496.

Larkey valley, near Canterbury, 28.

Larkins's, 165.

Latimer, William, lord, 193, 211, 496; George Nevill, 211.

Latimer, barony of, 211.

Latimers Fleet manor, in Ash, ibid

Latintone. See Hackington.

Lavendene, priory of, 447.

Laurence, Judge, resides at Harbledowne, 8; Thomas, 412; Laurence's, 288, 423,

Legrand, Robert, 192; Legrand's, 357.

Lee seat, in Ickham, 172; alias Elmes, in Ash, 196; Lee's court, alias Nether Hardres manor, 301.

Lee, Henry, 301; John, cl. 337; Lee's, 440.

Leeds, manor of, 163.

Leigh, Richard de la, 172, 178.

Leicester, Lora, countess of, 45; Bellamonts, earls of, 45; Montfort's, earls of, 45, 340; John Sidney, earl of, 498.

Leith, George, 421.

Leman, Philip, possesses a moiety of Hougham, alias North court manor, 456.

Lemanis Portus, 310.

Lennard, William, 519.

Lepers, hospitals for, 193, 466.

Lese-at, family of, 314.

Lever, James, 302.

Levett, Francis, 265.

Levericks manor, in Ash, 203; Leverick's, 203, 220.

Leyborne, Roger de, 494; Leyborne's, 132, 137, 193, 567.

Liddel, Mr. possesses a house on Herne common, 85.

Liddon Spouts, at Hougham, 427.

Lilley, Mrs. possesses Blaxlands, in Sturry, 76.

Linacre-Court manor, in Whitfield, 395, 396.

Linsey bottom, in Upper Hardres, 306.

LinsoreE, alias Linchesore manor, in Upper Hardres, 306.

Lisesora. See Linsore.

Lisle, Arthur-Plantagenet, viscount, 497.

Littleborne, parish of, 147, 271; manor of, 142.

Littleborough, near Sandwich, 216.

Litchfield, Roger, 594, 597; Litchfield's, 257, 289, 294.

Litheridge, Mrs. possesses a house in Bekesborne, 277.

Livingsborne, parish of, 274; manor of, 275. See also Bekesborne.

Lloyd, Edward, cl. 571, 572, 573.

Lobsters, the finest flavored, where caught, 412.

Lode Manage, court of, at Dover, 518, 547.

Lodelow, Sir Henry, 592.

Liftie, John, present vicar of St. Dunstan's, 41; perpetual curate of Wingham, 241.

London, bishop of, 15; Henry de Wingham, bishop of, 225; Thomas Kempe, bishop of, 325; Henry, bishop of, 494; mayor and commonalty of, 227; skinners company in, 609.

Long farm, alias Hullcourt, in Sholdon, 606.

Long-lane farm, in Shebbertswell, 375.

Longley, Benjamin, cl. 220.

Longspee, William, 492.

Lora, countess of Leicester, 45.

Lords lands, in Reculver, 117.

Lorn, marquis of, 522.

Lothaire, king, 143.

Lotting manor, in Herne, 88.

Lovejoy, Mrs. Elizabeth, 14, 50.

Lovelace, Leonard, 16; Lovelace's, 6, 7.

Lovel's, 325.

Loverick's, 92.

Louth, Simon, cl.20.

Louting manor. See Lottinge.

Lowndes, John, 379, 381.

Lucius, king, 478.

L. S. A. in Saxon grants, meaning of, 181.

Lucksford's, 24.

Lukedale, chapel of, 157; Matilda de, 174.

Lukin, Roger, 231.

Luttrel, hon. Henry, 523.

Lyddon spouts, in Hougham, 452.

Lygate, Reginald, 49.

Lygo, Oliver, 537.

Lynch, Rev. Dr. 15; Simon, 133, 194; Gervas, cl. 135; John, D. D. 179, 185; lady, possesses Grove seat, in Staple, 188; lessee of Downcourt manor, ibid. possesses Great pedding manor, 192, and Gurson Fleet manor, 192, in Ash, 210; John, cl. 337; Sir William, 404; Lynch's, of Grove, account of, 186, 190, 192; Lynch's, 210; of Ripple, account of, 569, 571.

Lynsore wood, 307.

Lyon, John, present minister of St. Mary's, in Dover, 546; his History of Dover Castle, 490, 506.

Lypeatt, James, 5.

M.

Mabb, John, 433.

Macaree, Martha, 317.

Mac Mahon, Sir Randal, 352.

Madekin, See Maydeacon.

Magminot, Gilbert de, 359; Walkelin de, 492.

Maidensole hamlet, in Little Mongeham, 580, 582.

Maidstone college, or hospital of, 562.

Maimage down, in Norborne, 598.

Maison Dieu, hospital, in Dover, 387, 388, 397, 423, 438, 439, 472, 511, 524, 532, 535, 543. See also St. Mary's, in Dover.

Makingbrooke manor, in Herne, 89.

Malmains, Henry, 391; Sir Richard, 479; Roger de, 594; Malmain's, of Hoo, 396; of Waldershare, 447, 460.

Maminot, barony of, 257; William, 483.

Manekin's, 459.

Mann, Sir Horace, 329.

Mantle, Walter, 356.

Manwaring, Sir Henry, 520. Manwaring's, 321.

Manwood, Sir Roger, 43, 49, 50, 52, 54, 608.

Manwood's, of St. Stephen's, account of, 46, 47, 50, 52, 207, 231, 245.

March, Edmund, earl of, 161; Roger, earl of, 495.

Margate, in Thanet, 514.

Markham, lady Sarah, 360.

Mareys, Thomas, clerk, 128.

Marin's, family of, 59.

Marley, Hamlet and farm, in Norborne, 596.

Marshal, William, 492.

Marsh, Terry, 190; John, possesses Old court, in Nonington, 253; John, lessee of the tithes of Farthingloe manor, with Venson Dane, alias Welleclose, in Hougham, 459; Rev. Mr. possesses Grandacre, in Waitham, 320; William, possesses Upper farm, in Sutton, by Dover, 561; Joseph, possesses Sutton farm, alias Winkelton, 561; lessee of Sutton parsonage, 563; Marsh's, of Brandred, 253; of Nethersole, account of, 264, 265, 361; of East Langdon, account of, 554, 556.

Marton, alias Cheney, borough of, 277.

Martin hamlet, in East Langdon, 554, 557: portion of tithes in, 555; borough of, 550, 551.

Martin, Katherine, 222.

Martyn's, of Graveney, 11; Anne, 19.

Master, Elizabeth, 237, 238; Streynsham, 421, 555, 559; Streynsham's, of Brooke, 118, 230, 237, 238; of East Langdon, 144, 403; account of, 551, 555, 556.

Masters, John, 197; Masters's, of Goldstone, 221.

Matson, Henry, 547; Matson's, 354; of Shebbertswell, 381; of Westcliff. 424.

Mawer, Kaye, present rector of Westbere, 74.

Maxton manor, alias Mayston, 80.

May, Thomas, 152; Christophere, ibid. John, resides at Stroud-house, in Herne, 89.

Maycot, Anthony, 99; Sir Cavalliero, 121; Maycot's, of Reculver, 80, 118, 560.

May Deacon seat, in Barham, 356.

Maynard, Capt, Robert, 578.

Maypole-street, in Hothe, 96.

Mayston, alias Maxton manor, in Sturry, 80.

Meadgrove, alias Broadoak manor, in St. Stephen's, 48.

Maletune, See Milton.

Mennes, Sir John, 260.

Merriweather's, of Shebbertswell, 282, 370, 378, 560.

Merseday's, 9.

Mersham, Thomas, possesses a third part of the advowson of Ripple rectory, 572.

Merton, priory of, 278, 285. third part of the advowson of Ripple rectory, 572.

Merton, priory of, 278, 285.

Methodists meeting, at Dover, 515.

Mewsole, See Newsole.

Miller's, 370.

Milles, Richard, possesses Clinches, alias Hopenhall manor, 71; lessee of Reculver and Herne parsonages, 94, 122; possesses Heart-hall, in Bekesborne, 277; Nackington house, 297; Christopher, 72, 90, 99, 119; Milles's, of Herne, 91; of Nackington, account of, 296, 297.

Milton, parish of, near Canterbury, 28.

Minacre hamlet, in Norborne, 598.

Minchard, Robert, 221.

Minet's, of Dover, 546.

Minster, nunnery of, 77.

Mint, in Harbledowne, district of, 2; alias Claverings, precinct of, in the same 16, 18.

Mint for money, in Dover, 509.

Mitchell's, 233, 302.

Moels, Nicholas de, 493.

Moland, in Nackington, 299;—alias Molland manor, in Ash, 199, 221; Moland's 199.

Moulin, Peter du, cl. 184.

Mompesson, Henry, 353, 357.

Mongeham, Great, parish of, 573; Little, parish of, 564, 579.

Monger's, 88.

Moningham. See Mongham.

Monins, Richard, 19; Edward, 204; Richard, cl. 436; John, lessee of Siberston tithery, in Hougham, 458; possesses the advowson of Charlton rectory, 473; John, of Dover, 607; Monins's, 86; of Waldershare, 390, 397, 457; of Dover, 472.

Monken Langdon. See Langdon, West.

Monyn, John, 396.

Montague, Anthony Browne, viscount, 162.

Montague's, 520.

Monte Mirteto, convent of, 156.

Montesquieu, baron of, possesses a fourth part of Upper Hardres manor, and advowson of rectory, 306, 309.

Montfort, Simon de, 45, 496; Hugh de, 269, 419, 420, 423, 429, 430, 431, 508; Henry, 494; Montfort's, 438, 445.

Moorfield, Robert, 52.

Morden, Charles York, baron of, 527.

More, Sir Thomas, lord chancellor, account of, 37; John, 519.

Morgan, Richard, present vicar of Reculver, 125.

Morrice, Mary, possesses Crayford-house, alias Stone hall, in Great Mongeham, 576; Rev. James, possesses Norborne manor, 587, 588; West-court, alias Burnthouse, in Norborne, 597; a farm in Sholdon-street, 605; Morrice's, of Betshanger, 587.

Morris, Thomas, 317.

Morse, John, 346.

Mortimer, John de, 300; Roger de, 495.

Mote farm, alias Brooke house, in Ash, 192.

Moulson, Peter, 212.

Moulton's, 457.

Moyle, Sir Thomas, 138, 568, 572; Moyle's, 323.

Mullets, caught at Herne, 85; in Thanet, 113.

Mundingeham, Mundlingham. See Mongeham.

Muscles, caught at Herne, 85.

N.

Nackington, parish of, 291; house, 296; manor, alias the parsonage, 298.

Nailbourne, at Petham, 311; at Bishopsborne, 329; at Kingston, 338; at Barham, 350; at Drelingore, 427, 452.

Nairne, John, present rector of Stourmouth, 130; of Kingston, 349.

Nance, William, present rector of Harbledowne, 21.

Napchester, hamlet of, in Norborne, 598.

Napushurst, 398.

Nareton, borough of, 375, 534.

Natendon. See Nackington.

Naylor's, of Renville, 282, 289.

Nells, alias Lees, in Ash, 196.

Nepeau's, of Hougham, account of, 454, 461.

Nesbitt, Nehemiah, present curate of Ash, 224.

Nethergong, borough of, 375.

Nethersole house, 264; alias Old Nethersole seat, in Wimling swold, 263.

Nethersole, John, 258; Stephen, 346; John, 348; Christopher, 539; Edward, 592; William possesses West-street, alias Parkgate farm, in Norborne, 595; Nethersole's, 51, 152; of Barham, 357; of Nethersole, account of, 263, 264, 265.

Nevill, Ralph, lord, 211; Geo. lord Latimer, ibid.

Nevills Fleet manor, in Ash, 210, 211.

Newbregge, Thomas, 257.

Newcastle, Thomas Holles, duke of, 258.

Newe, Tho. cl. 95, 100.

New farm seat, in Ripple 569.

New House, in Thanington, 21.

Newingate, in Canterbury, aldermanry of, 354.

Newnham, in Wickhambreaux, 159.

Newman, Anne, possesses a house in Westbere, 68; George, LL. B. 519; Newman's, of Westbere, account of, 68, 73, 74.

Newsole manor and farm, in Coldred, 385, 393.

Newsole, Thomas de, 398.

New-street, in Ash, 192.

Newton's, 11.

New-work, alias St. Martin's priory, in Dover, 531. See St. Martin's priory.

Nigell, the physician, 415.

Nicholas, Edward, 520.

Nicholl, Elizabeth, 346.

Nonington, parish of, 239, 251; tithery of, ibid 266.

Norborne, manor of, 394, 395, 401, 549, 550, 560, 579; vicar of, 557; parsonage or almonry, 583. See also Norborne.

Norreis's, 196.

North, Frederick North, lord, 498; Hon. Francis, present lieutenant of Dover castle, 498.

North Blean woods, 6.

Northborne, parish of, 583; court, alias Abbey, 588; Court-lodge farm, 590; mansion of, 591; manor of, 605, 606; vicarage of, 609; church of, 610. See also Norborne.

North-court, alias Stourmouth manor, 127.

North-court, alias Lower Hardres manor, 301.

North court alias Hougham court manor, 455.

Northgate, in Canterbury, hospital of, 122.

Northampton, Henry Howard, earl of, 479, 497.

Northington manor, in Downhamford hundred, 283.

North stream, water of, 549.

Northwood, Rev. Edward, possesses Linsore manor, in Upper Hardres, 306; Roger, 493; Northwood's. 395.

Norton, Valentine, 155; John, 314; Norton's, of Fordwich, 9, 59, 65, 86; of Lees-court, 11.

Norwood's farm, in Herne, 85; Norwood's, 442.

Notbeame, 222.

Nowell, Herbert, 395, 396.

O.

Oak, the Fredville, remarkable large one, 259.

Oakman's, of Deal, 392.

Offa, king, 4, 168, 394, 398.

Oldcastle, 222.

Old chapel, in Dover, 536.

Old court hamlet, in Nonington, 253; Street hamlet, in the same, 251.

Oldmeade, Adam, 171.

Old Park-hill, 429; place seat, in Ewell, 433.

Omested's, 188.

Omer's, alias Homer's, of Staple, 189, 190; of Ash, 592.

Ordnance, establishment of, 517.

Ore, John de, 366.

Orlanstone, family of, 390.

Ormond, James, duke of, 498.

Osborne, Dr. 429; William, M. D. Possesses Ewell, alias Temple Ewell manor, Parkplace, the parsonage and advowson of the vicarage of Ewell, and the tithery of lands in Coldred, 433, 435; Osborne's, 61, 67.

Ostrasham, Roger de, 508.

Oswalds seat, in Bishopsborne, 329.

Otterton, alias Ankerton Dane, tithery of, in Buckland, 469.

O venden, in Adisham, 180.

Overland manor, and borough, in Ash, 193; chapel and parsonage, 195, 222.

Outelmeston, borough of, 350.

Outelmestone, alias Diggs court manor, in Barham, 353.

Oxenbridge's, 295.

Oxenden, in Nonington, 251.

Oxenden, Sir Henry, possesses Mackingbrooke manor and Underdowne farm, in Herne, 89; lessee of Reculver demesnes, 117; Brooke, in Reculver, and other demesnes there, 118; Apulton, in Ickham, 172; Ovenden, Bossington, and Cooting, in Adisham, 180; lessee of the demesnes of Adisham manor, 183; possesses the bailiwick of Wingham manor, 228; Trapham, 230; and Brooke, in Wingham, 231; Brome manor and seat, 355, and part of Shelving, in Barham, 356; Geddings, with Hillhouse, in Wootton, 370; Sir George, 118; of Surat, 184; Henry, resides at May Deacon, in Barham, 357; Oxenden's, 89, 172; account of, 228, 230, 231, 236, 237, 238, 251, 355, 356, 362.

Oxford, Scholarships in, 233.

Oxford, Vere's, earls of, 209, 218, 473.

Oxney, parish of, 409; district of, 416.

P.

Packe, Thomas, 598.

Paganel's, 442.

Page, Thomas, 293, 294.

Paine, Mr. his paper manufactory at Buckland, 464.

Paisforer, Osberne, 352, 552, 594.

Palace, Saxon one, at Norborne, 588.

Palmers manor, in St Margaret's cliff, 413; lands, in Ripple, 566.

Palmer, Sir Henry, 154, 164 175, 176, 467; Palmer's, of Bekesborne, account of, 271, 273, 282, 284, 289; of Wingham, 151, 162; account of, 234, 238, 240.

Palmer, Charles Fyshe, possesses a third part of the advowson of Ripple rectory, 572; John, present rector of Adisham, 185.

Pandulph, the pope's legate, 428.

Papillon, David, possesses Woolwich manor, in Wimlingswold, 262; lesse of Dover priory, 533; Thomas, 520, 537; Philip's, 521, 522, 539; David, 522.

Paramor street, in Ash, 193.

Paramor, Thomas, gent. 58, 60; clerk, 556, 557; John, 167, 572, 596; Henry, 592; Paramor's, of Ickham, 178; of Ash, 193.

Parishes, united in great towns, reason of, 512; parts of separated, 44, 148, 162, 241, 584.

Parliament, abbots summoned to, 447.

Parliament, livery or wages to members of, 519.

Park, at Trendley, in Wickham, 163.

Parker, Mr. lessee of Overland parsonage, 223.

Parker, Samuel, cl. 179; John, possesses Coldharbour farm, in Norborne, 591; of Shepperdswell, 381; of Finglesham, 595; of Bekesborne, 267.

Park-gate farm, in Ham, 594.

Parmested manor, in Kingston, 346.

Partherich's, of Bridge, 279, 288.

Partridge, Henry, possesses Elmstone manor, and advowson of rectory, 133, 134.

Passage from Dover, over sea, antient price of, 516.

Passenger, packet boats at Dover, so called, 510.

Patrixborne, parish of, 277; Merton, manor of, 278; manor of, 287, 426.

Payler, Thomas Watkinson, possesses Ileden, in Kingston, 344.

Pearce, Thomas, present rector of Little Mongeham, 583.

Peccam Jacobus, 358.

Pecke, Sir Gilbert, 420; Sir John, 495.

Peck, Thomas, 421.

Peckham, Richard, possesses Molland manor in Ash, 200; lessee of Bekesborne demesnes, 270.

Pedding, Great, farm, in Ash, 192; prebend of, in Wingham college, 234.

Peke, Capt. 597; Peke's, of Hills-court, account of, 203, 204, 221.

Pembroke, William-Herbert, earl of, 6.

Pembrugg, Sir Richard de, 496.

Pencestre, or Penchester, Stephen de, 377, 494.

Pennington, Montagre, present curate of Sutton, by Dover, 564.

Pepper, Thomas, 538; Pepper's, 457, 460.

Perch, honor of, 420; Geoffry, earl of, 445.

Percival's, of Dover, 257, 360, 362.

Pere, Benjamin, 322.

Perhamsted, 168.

Pesinges. See Pising.

Peters, alias De la Pierre's, account of, 342.

Pethaw, parish of, 310; manor of, 315.

Petit, Thomas, 105; Petit's, of Shalmsford, 151; of Dandelyon, 362.

Pettit, Edward, cl. 384.

Petyt's, 289.

Pettiward, Roger, cl. 384.

Petyt's, 289.

Peverel, honor and barony of, 423, 527.

Peverel, William, 431, 481, 492; Galfridus, 483.

Peyton, Sir Robert, 361; Sir Thomas, 404; Peyton's, of Iselham, 359; of Knolton, 594.

Pharos, Roman or watch tower, at Dover, 489, 511, 525.

Phelp, Christian, 91.

Philpot, Charles, present rector of Ripple, 573; Philpot's, 313.

Philipott's, of Shebbertswell, account of, 377.

Picage, custom of, 534.

Pictavensis, William, 481.

Piggott, Granado, 455.

Pigsole hamlet, in Great Mongeham, 574,

Piham. See Pinham.

Pilots, establishment of, 518.

Pincerna, Thomas, 210; William de, 254; Robert, 345.

Pine's, alias de la Pine's, 117.

Pinham hamlet, in Whitfield, 394; lands of, 397; in East Langdon, 552.

Pising, Little, manor of, 397; manor, in East Langdon, 552.

Pising, Diamonda de, 553.

Pitman, Robert, present vicar of Westcliffe, 426.

Pitt, Right Hon. William, present governor of Dover castle, and lord warden, 498.

Pity, chapel of our Lady of, in Dover, 536.

Place-house, in St. Dunstan's, 33, 34; in St. Stephen's, 43, 46, 47; in Shebbertswell, 378.

Plague, at Dover, 452, 525.

Planker, Bartholomew, 413.

Plumptree, John, possesses Sole manor, 257, and Fredville manor and seat, in Nonington, 259; lessee of Westcourt, in Shebbertswell, 381; Plumptree's, account of, 258.

Plumsted, manor of, 48.

Poictiers, William de, 380.

Pointer, James Methurst and Ambrose, possess Westcliffe manor, alias Walletts-court, 421; James Methurst, 598.

Poldhurst, alias Poldre manor, in Harbledowne, 10.

Polton, parish of, 443, 444; Polton, de, family of, 445, 446, 450.

Pontiniac, abbot of, 543.

Pooie, Sir John de la, 272.

Popshall manor, in Coldred, 389, 393; borough of, 385; church of, 391.

Poor priests, hospital, in Canterbury, 38, 145.

Pordage's, alias Porredge's, 273, 276.

Port, barony of, 390, 553; Hugh de, 389, 483.

Port, Hugo de, 552.

Potter, Robert, possesses Butterstreet farm, and the Placehouse, in Shebbertswell, 379; Thomas, lessee of tithes and glebe, in the same, 383; John, D. D. 579.

Powell, John, cl. 128.

Pownall, Philemon, 381; Pownall's, 574.

Poynings, Thomas de, 325; Thomas, lord, 447; Sir Edward, 497.

Poyshe, William, 595.

Pratellis, John de, 278.

Pratis, John de, ibid.

Preston, hundred of, 131; parish of, 135; manor of, 131.

Preston, Robert, 523.

Price, Joseph, present vicar of Littleborne, 158.

Princes well, in Harbledowne, 15.

Prison, in Dover castle, melancholy description of, 490.

Pritchard, Thomas, cl. 372.

Proude, alias Prude, John, 219; Proude's, 152, 192, 250, 320, 323.

Pudner's, 297.

Pybus, Samuel Small, M. P. for Dover, account of, 523.

Pysing, portion of tithes in, 554. See also Pising.

Pyott, Robert Thomas, possesses Stoneheap farm, in Norborne, 590, 597; Pyott's, of Canterbury, 590.

Q.

Quadring's, 258.

Quakers burying-ground, in St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, 54; meetings of, at Dover, 515.

Queen Anne's bounty, governors of, 27, 32, 40, 146, 405, 408, 547, 563.

Queen Elizabeth's pocket pistol, at Dover castle, 490.

Queensbury, James Douglas, duke of, 527.

Quilter's, 186.

R.

Races, county ones, run on Barham Downs, 339.

Raculf, 109; Minster, 115.

Radby, church of St. James of, in Dover, 547.

Rainsford, Sir John, 347.

Raleigh, baron of 439, 492.

Rand, Nordash, 569, 572, 576; Capt. Andrew, 570.

Randolph, Thomas, present vicar of Petham, 319; and of Waltham, 328.

Ratesburg, Ratesbro, or Richborough, 215, 511.

Ratling, borough, of, 251; street, ibid. manor of, in Nonington, 252; prebend of, in Wingham college, 234, 253.

Ratray, John de, 556.

Ratling's, 252, 260.

Ratcliffe, Hounstone, present rector of Ickham, 179.

Reach manor, in St. Margaret's Cliffe, 414.

Read, Stephen, 257.

Rebow, Sir Isaac, 31.

Reculver, parish of, 109; manor of, 12, 86, 350; parsonage of, 13; church of, 92, 100.

Rede, in Bridge, 287.

Regis Balthazzar, D. D. 184, 583.

Regulbium, 109.

Renville manor, in Patrixborne, 282.

Reptacester, 213.

Retling's, of Nonington, 606. See also Ratling.

Revell, Thomas, 522.

Reynham, Roger de, 586.

Reynolds, Edward, possesses a house, in Herne, 85.

Rhudde, Durand, cl. 384.

Rice, Mrs. possesses A house, at Bramling, in Ickham, 167; Henry, ibid.

Richborough, hamlet of, in Ash, 212; tithes of, ibid.

Richborough haven, account of, 213, 214, 219, 502.

Richborough castle, account of, 215.

Richard, Fitzory, 377.

Richards, William, 442, 460; Richards, William, 442, 460; Richards's, of Rowling, 245, 247, 248, 250.

Richardson's, Sir Thomas, 325; Richardson's 9, 325, 608.

Richmond, James Stuart, duke of, 497; Henry Fitzroy, duke of, ibid.

Ridge manor. See Reach.

Ridgway manor. in Herne, 86.

Ridley, Nicholas, S. T. B. 95.

Rigden's, 302.

Ringelton, villie of, 594.

Ringwold, parish of, 514.

Ripa and Riparia. See River.

Ripple, Parish of, 564; manor of, 405, 558.

Ripley, See Ripple. 581. 586.

Ritupas, Ritupis, Portus, 213.

Ritupœ statio, 213, 214.

Rivallis, Peter de, 493.

River, Parish of. 430, 437, 511.

Rivett's, 218.

Rivett's, 218.

Roberts, Sir John, 150; Roberts's, of Harbledown, 8, 9, 19, 22, 590; of St. Dunstan's, account of, 35, 37; Roberts's, 220.

Robins, John, 519.

Robinson, Charles, possesses Mayton manor, in Sturry, 80; Rev. William, 361, 364.

Roby, Samuel Fasham, possesses Mayton manor, in Sturry, 80; Rev, William, 361, 364.

Roby, Samuel Fasham, possesses Great Mongeham manor, 575; Edward, ibid.

Rocheley, 358.

Rochford, George Boleyne, viscount, 497.

Rochford, George Boleyne,

Rochester, castle of, 30, 278; priory of, 129; See of, 129.

Rochester, bishop of, possesses the advowson of Stourmouth the advowson of Stourmouth rectory, 129; Gundulph, bishop of, 129; Glanville, bishop of, ibid.

Rochester, dean and chapter of, possesses Rivet manor, 439.

Roching, 168.

Rockingham, Lewis, earl of, 388, 552; Catherine, countess of, 397, 598.

Rosse, William, possesses Hersing, alias Hasenden and Hopland manor, 70.

Rogers, William, cl. 91; Richard, bishop suffragan of Dover, 360, 529; Elizabeth, possesses Wickham Bushes manor, 371.

Rokeby, Mathew, lord, possesses Depeden manor, in Petham, 317.

Rokesle, Richard de, 257, 324.

Rolse, Thomas, 211.

Rolling hamlet, in Goodnestone, 241; family of, 244.

Romans, in Britain, 110, 213, 476, 477, 499, 500, 502, 506; antiquities, 110, 192, 216, 310, 350, 375, 376, 386, 489, 565; burial-ground, 218; camp, 291; church, 530; stations, 214, 218, 291, 506; roads or ways, 219, 287, 291, 300, 304, 310, 320, 339, 340.

Romenel, Robert de, 508.

Romney, Henry Sidney, earl of, 498.

Rondeau's, of St. Dunstan's, 36.

Rooke's, of St. Laurence, 200, 422.

Rooper's, 128.

Rooper, John, 45.

Roper, John, 127, 205; Roper's, of St. Dunstan's, account of, 34, 37, 38, 43, 260, 442.

Rouse, Sir Edmund, 49; Richard, 441.

Rouse's, of Dover, 546.

Roussell, James de, 285.

Rowling manor and hamlet. See Rolling.

Rowning, Thomas, 25.

Rushborne, borough of, in Westbere, 69, 71.

Russell, John, 208; Michael, heirs of, press farm, at East Studdal, 580.

Rutland, Francis, 172; William, 233.

Rutter's, 257.

Rutuplæ ports, account of, 110, 115, 213, 502, 503, 511; shore, account of, 213. See also Richborough.

Rymer, Thomas, clerk, 382, 384.

S.

Sackville, Sir Richard, 432; lord George, 522.

Sadler, Ralph, 79.

Salisbury, William, earl of, 492.

Salubrity of air and situation, instances of, 386.

Samphire, dreadful trade of gathering it, 526.

Sanders, Edward, 202; of Norborne-court, account of, 588.

Sandewey, John, 121.

Sandford's, 152.

Sandwich, Sir Nicholas de, 30; Sir Ralph de, 494; family of, 199, 200, 209, 492.

Sandwich, town and school of, 47; cinque ports of, 56; port and haven of, account of, 215, 425.

Sandwich, earl of, 49.

Sandys, Edwin Humphry, possesses A HOUSE in Kingston, 338; Sir Richard, 599; Sandys's, of Norbornecourt, account of, 589, 599; of Canterbury, 590.

Sankey, Daniel, possesses St. Jacob's hospital, in Thanington, 25.

Santon, borough of, 135; farm, in Preston, 136.

Sayer, Stephen, possesses Bishopstone, in Reculver, 114.

Saperton, in Littleborne, 159.

Sapington, borough of, 310; manor, in Petham, 314.

Sare, Adam, 455.

Sarestone, John, cl. 238.

Sarum, William de, 493.

Savage's, 417.

Savin's, of Bekesborne, 268.

Savoy, Peter de, 493.

Sawbridge, alderman, 513.

Sawkins, Jacob, 36; Sawkins's, of Liminge, 313, 317, 323.

Saxon shore, account of, 110, 214.

Saxons in Britain, 215, 499.

Saye, barony of, 257, 442; Jeffry, 315; family of, 205, 279, 387.

Say and Seal, James-Fienes, lord, 496.

Sayer, William, the last abbot of Langdon, 403; John possesses Bradsole manor, and St. Radigund's abbey, in Polton, 449; Sayer's, of Charing, 449.

Scotland, abbot of St. Augustine's, 57, 376.

Scotland Minnis, in Ewell, 429.

Scott, Cecilia, 360; Sir John, 496; Sir William, 497; William, 574; Scott's, 295.

Scott's, alias Fogge's court, in Great Mongeham, 574.

Scranton's, 37.

Sea, John, 92; Sea's, alias atte Sea's, 89.

Sea's court, in Herne, 89.

Sea Baths, at Dover, 571.

Seal of Odo, bishop of Baieux, 163.

seaton, borough of, 167.

Seddon, Richard, 382.

Sedley's, of Southfleet, 410, 411.

Segrave, Stephen de, 493.

Selby, Sir William, 90.

Sellinge, prior of Christ-church, 169.

Seniclas's, See St. Nicholas's.

Septem Vannis. See Septvans.

Septvans, John, 222; family of, 22; of Milton, near Canterbury, account of, 29; of Ash, account of, 199, 200, 201, 232; Septvan's alias Harfleet's, 222.

Sergeantry, (grand) lands held by, 29, 440.

Sethe, Robert, 92.

Severus, Roman emperor, 110, 214.

Sextries, alias Nackington manor, 292.

Shapter, William, possesses premises in Ash, 198.

Sharpe, Jacob, 263; possesses Old Nethersole, in Wimlingswold, 264.

Shatterling, hamlet of, in Staple, 185.

Shebbertswell, parish of, 375.

Shelbury, John, 249.

Sheldon, George, 301.

Shelford manor, in St. Stephen's, 48.

Shells found at Reculver, 114.

Shelving manor, in Barham, 355; borough of, 350, 364, 365.

Shelving, John de, 453; Shelving's, 97, 331, 355.

Shelvingford manor. See Ford.

Shelvington. See Bourne Place.

Shepherd, Samuel, 574, 578.

Shepway, court of, 501; cross, near Limne, ibid.

Sherman, William, 465.

Sherwin, George, 308.

Shindler, Thomas, 596.

Shirley's, 568.

Shoart, borough of, 42.

Shocklidge, George, cl. 600.

Sholdon, parish of, 605; chapel of, 600, 602.

Sholdon's, of Sholdon, 607.

Short, George, 16; Short's, 61, 65.

Shottenton, borough of, 110.

Shovel, Sir Cloudesley, 446, 594.

Shourt, borough of, 142.

Shuldeford manor, See Shelford.

Shurland, Sir Robert de, 494; Shurland's, 279.

Siberston manor, in Hougham 457; tithery of, ibid. Richard de, ibid.

Sibwold, alias Upton manor, 378.

Sibbertswold. See Shebbertswell.

Sidley, Sir Isaac, 175; Mr. 253; Sidley's, of Great Chart, 175, 273, 282.

Sidney, Henry, Viscount, 498.

Sidoniensis Episcopus, 529.

Silkwood's, 598.

Simpson, Richard, possesses Little Walmestone, in Wingham, 233; Edward, LL. D. 522.

Singledge hamlet and farm, in Coldred, 385, 424.

Singleton, Thomas, M.D. 221; Singleton's, 200.

Sirimensis Episcopus, 529.

Six, James, 597.

Sladden, John, 442.

Sladden, William, 578; Sladden's, of Dover, 460.

Slaughter's, 203, 207.

Slingsby's, barts. 280.

Smith, Col. resides in St. Dunstan's, 33; John, cl. 165, 233; John, 293, 294; Tho mas, 279; William, 188; Mr. 232; Alexander James, sequestrator of Ewell vicarage, 436; Smith's, of Westenhanger, 79, 88, 608, 609.

Snow, Ralph, 14.

Snowdown, in Wimlingsworld, 262.

Snowlings wood, in Whitfield, 394.

Soap manufactory in Fordwich, 60.

Soldank, Hugh de, 69, 71, 559.

Soldone. See Sholdon.

Soles manor, in Nenington, 256; family of, 257.

Solly, Edward, possesses Mote farm, alias Brooke house; 192; Joseph possesses Neville Fleet, in Ash. 212; Richard Heaton possesses St. Margaret's Cliffe, alias Palmers, alias East-court manor, 414; Mrs. Christian, 541; John, 396; Solly's, 192, 194, 233, 597.

Solton, in West Cliffe, 422.

Somner, Mr. John, 14.

Somerset, Edmund, duke of, 496.

Somes, Sir Thomas, 354.

Sondes, lord, possesses woods in Blean, 7.

Soratta Silva de, 13.

Sotherton, Sir John, 322.

South Barham, hamlet of, 351.

South-court, alias Hougham manor. 453.

Southland, Sir William, 178; Southland's, 173.

Spanish armanda, or invasion, 565, 597.

Sparrow, John, 378.

Spence's, 138.

Specula, or Roman watch towers, 477, 503.

Spicer, John, 606; Spicer's, 252.

Spigurnel, Sir Ralph, 496.

Spilman's, 316, 318.

Spracklin's, Sir Adam, 212; Spracklin's, 311, 316.

Spylman's, 301.

Stafford, Edmund, earl of, 308.

Stallage, custom of, 534.

Standley, William, cl. 571.

Stanton, Henry de, iter of, 78, 102, 143, 149, 406, 565, 581, 586.

Staple, parish of, 185.

Staplegate, alias Nackington manor, 293.

Staplegate, ville of the borough of, 2; family of, account of, 293.

Stapleton, Robert, 321.

Starling, Samuel, 233.

State, council of, 497.

Stede's, 70.

Stephens, Anne, 204; Edward, 519.

Stephenson, William, presentrector, of Fordwich, 67.

Stocker, John, 255.

Stockett's, 51.

Stoddard's, 594.

Stodmarsh, parish of, 142.

Stodwald. See Studdal.

Stokes, William, 520, 521; Stokes's, of Waterend, 434, 560.

Stoks's, alias Stokys's, 173.

Stonchall, in Stourmouth, 126.

Stonehall, alias Crayford house, in Great Mongaham, 575.

Stoneheap farm, in Norborne, 590, 597.

Stone-house, in Wickhambreaux, 158.

Stone-street, borough of, 310.

Stone-street, road or way, 291, 304, 310, 320.

Stoning, Rev. John, 342.

Stoughton's, 192, 591, 592.

Stour, the lesser, river, 267, 277, 287, 328, 329.

Stourmouth, parish of, 126.

Stowting, hundred of, 320.

Stracey, Hardinge, possesses the scite of Nethersole house, 264; Denne-Hill seat, in Kingston, 346.

Strangford, Smith's, viscounts, 75, 79, 88.

Stransham's, 314.

Street End seat, in Petham, 310.

Strensham, Thomas, 36.

Strete, John, cl. 308.

Strickland, William, 35.

Stringer, Phineas, possesses Archers-court, in River, 441; Hougham, alias Chilton, alias South court, and the Elmes seat, in Hougham, 455; Siberston manor, in the same, 457; Stringer's, of Dover, account of, 455.

Strode, Col. 513.

Stroud, borough of, 84; HOUSE, in Herne, 89.

Stroud's, 560.

St. Alban's court manor, in Nonington, 254.

St. Augustine, 115, 478.

St. Augustine, abbot of, 81.

St. Augustine, abbot and convent of, 56, 60, 67, 71, 77, 82, 102, 106, 132, 136, 139, 142, 143, 145, 148, 150, 153, 155, 156, 163, 287, 292, 293, 306, 324, 376, 385, 394, 396, 398, 406, 411, 550, 554, 559, 561, 560, 580, 582, 584, 591, 593, 594, 595, 598, 600, 605, 610.

St. Augustine, parish church, at Richborough, 216, 217.

St. Bartholomew's hospital and chapel, in Buckland, account of, 466, 516.

St. Clere, Guy, 495.

St. Dunstan's parish, near Canterbury, 33.

St. Dunstan's place. See Placehouse.

St. Gregories priory, 4, 11, 12, 26, 38, 72, 198, 206, 210, 223, 274, 297, 299, 321, 323.

St. Jacob's, alias ST. JAMES'S hospital, in Thanington, 21, 24, 43.

St. James of Rudby, church of, 510.

St. John's hospital, in Canterbury, 116, 174.

St. John's hospital, master and brethren of, possess lands in Rowling, 245.

St. John of Jerusalem, knights of, 316, 321, 525.

St. John's, of Basing, 390; viscounts, 560, 592.

St. John's, in Thanet, parish of, 514.

St. Laurence's, 70, 606.

St. Laurence hospital, near Canterbury, 108, 299, 315.

St. Leger, John, 200, 201, 228; Greyland de, 553; Edward, 577; St. Leger's, 170, 208.

St. Margaret's At Cliffe, parish of, 410, 412; borough of, 534.

St. Martin's, in Canterbury, borough of, 2.

St. Martin's priory, in Dover, 379, 392, 393, 406, 408, 413, 414, 416, 417, 457, 458, 461, 465, 466, 468, 471, 507, 530, 541; college of, 540.

St. Martin's church, in Dover, 478, 510, 530, 540.

St. Martin's, legend of, 533.

St. Mary's hospital, alias the Maison Dieu, in Dover, 387, 397, 438, 439, 472. See also Maison Dieu.

St. Mary's parish, in Dover castle, 491.

St. Nicholas hospital, in Harbledowne, ville of, 2.

St. Nicholas parish, in Harbledowne, 16; church, in Thanet, 92, 94; vicar of, 123, 124.

St. Nicholas, Thomas, 219; St. Nicholas's, 186, 193, 205, 231.

St. Osyth priory, 318, 319.

St. Peter's parish, in Thanet, 514.

St. Pierre, John, cl. 372.

St. Radigund's abbey, account of. 447, 449.

St. Radigund's, abbot and convent of, 382, 400, 438, 443, 445, 447, 450, 553.

St. Sansone, Ralph de, 471.

St. Stephen's, alias Hackington, parish of, 42, 276.

St. Thomas's hill, near Canterbury, 34; seat at, 35.

St. Thomas, Mariyr, 402.

Studdal, East, hamlet, in Little Mongeham, 579; West, hamlet, in Norborne, 597, 598.

Sturigao. See Sturry.

Sturigao, alias Cistlei. See Chistlet.

Sturry, parish of, 74; manor of, 86.

Sturry Bere. See Westbere.

Sundridge, lord, 522.

Suffolk, Theophilus Howard, earl of, 497.

Surry, Thomas Holand, duke of, 161.

Sutton, Mrs. and others, possesses Upper Andesdoor and Cernels, in Waltham, 323.

Sutton, near Dover, parish of, 558, 567; curate of, 582.

Sutton court, alias East Sutton manor, 559.

Sutton farm, alias Winkleton, 560.

Swan, John, cl. 363; Swan's, of Denton, 360.

Swansham, John de, 300, 302.

Swarling manor. See Swerdling.

Swerdling downs, in Petham, 310.

Swerdling, alias Great Swarling manor, in Petham, 314.

Swingfield, commandery of, 429, 525.

Swift, William, cl. 20.

Syberstone, manor of, 460.

Sydal, Elias, D. D. 579.

Sydnor's, 356.

Sympson, Alicia, 260; Sympson's, of Canterbury, 233.

T.

Talbot, William, 294; John, 569.

Tame, Robert, 410.

Tancrey Island, in Fordwich, 58.

Tancrey, family of, 59.

Tapaline, William, 454.

Tappenden's, possess Stourmouth manor, 128.

Tappington, alias Tupton manor,in Denton, 361.

Tatton's, 190.

Taylor, Ursula. 27, 146; Edward possesses Patrixborne, Merton, and Cheney manor, 279, 280; Bifrons seat, and Hothe house, 282, and the parsonage and advowson of Patrixborne vicarage, 285; Bridge-place, 288; Great and Little Barakers, 289, and the parsonage and advowson of Bridge curacy, 290; Mary, 285; Taylor's, of Bifrons, account of, 280, 281, 284, 286.

Teale and Culmer, Messrs. lessees of Preston parsonage, 140

Tedcroft, John, 465.

Teddeman, Mary. 19.

Templars, house of, 428; at Dover, 511, 536.

Templars, Knights, 320, 340, 431, 435.

Temple Ewell, manor of, 393, 430. See Ewell.

Temple Waltham manor. See Waltham.

Temple, Capt. 434.

Terrey's, 91.

Terrey's, 190.

Teutonicus, alias Teyes, Walerand de, 493.

Teynham, Henry Roper, lord, 79, 88.

Teynham, Ropers, lords, 35, 127, 159, 205.

Thanington, parish of, 21; parsonage of, 24.

Thomas, Sir William, 7; William, present curate of Goodnestone, 250.

Thompson, John, cl. last master of the Maison Dieu, in Dover, 535; Thompson's, of Ramsgate, 257.

Thompson, Henry, present rector of Lower Hardres, 303; possesses Petham manor, and Kenfield seat, in Petham, 312; Thomas, 317; Martha, 382; Thomson's, of Petham, account of, 312, 317.

Thornbury, Thomas, 269.

Throgmorton, George, 559.

Thornden wood, 2; manor OF, in Blean, 4; borough of, 84.

Thornden, Richard, alias Stede, bishop suffiagan, 529.

Thornhill, Timothy, 404; Thornhill's, 401, 403.

Thornhurst, Sir William, 91.

Thornton, John, prior of St. Martin's, and bishop suffragan, 529.

Thorpe, George, D. D. 14, 179, 201, 337.

Three Barrow down, in Wimlingswold, 262, 375.

Thurbarne's, account of, 207, 218.

Tibetot's. See Tiptoft's.

Tichborne, Mary Magdalen, 128.

Tickenhurst. See Tickness.

Tickenhurst, ville of, 594.

Tickness, alias Ticknhurst, borough of, 583; manor, borough, and hamlet of, 593; Great and Little farmS, 594.

Tiddeman's, of Harbledowne, 8.

Tillard, James, possesses Street end seat, in Petham, 311; Norborne Court-lodge farm 590.

Tilt and tournament, held at St. Stephen's, 44.

Tindale, William, cl. 413.

Tingewike, Nicholas de, 117.

Tiptoft's, 341.

Toldervy, Christopher, 221.

Toke, John, possesses Goldstone manor and farm, in Ash, 197; present vicar of Ash, 276; William, present vicar of Patrixborne, 286; Nicholas, 442; Thomas, 545; Toke's, of Bere-court, account of, 422.

Toniford manor, in Thanington, 23; Toniford's, of Toniford, ibid:

Toomer, S. possesses Preston manor, 138; TwithamHills manor, in Ash, 207.

Tournay, Robert, 70; William, present rector of Denton, 364; present vicar of Hougham, 462; present rector of St. James's, in Dover, 548.

Town Borough, in Waltham, 319, 320.

Tracev, Thomas. 370.

Trapham, in Wingham, 228.

Treasury field, in Ickham, 168.

Trees, found underground, 115.

Trendley, alias Trendesley park, in Wickham, 150, 159, 162.

Trevannion, John, M. P. for Dover, 523.

Trinity house, 518.

Trinoda Necessitas, meaning of, 181.

Tripp's, of Wingham, 228, 238.

Trotter's, 260.

Trout, at Fordwich, account of, 63; fine flavoured, in the lesser Stour, 167, 267.

Tucker, John, cl. 27, 32; possesses Norwood, in Herne, 86; Tucker's, 188.

Tuston, John, 79.

Tumuli, or barrows, 262, 339, 340, 350, 375, 376, 428, 438.

Tungricanorum Militum Præpositus, 478.

Tunford. See Toniford.

Tupton. See Tapington.

Turner, John, possesses a part of Lower Goldstone farm, and Goldstone house, in Ash, 198; Mr. resides at Charlton seat, in Bithopsborne, 334; Edward, 378; Turner's, 210; of Ileden, account of, 344, 348.

Twine, de Rebus Albionicis, 340.

Twisden, Roger, 360; Robert, cl. 363.

Twitham, borough of, 191, 224; marsh, in Ash, 199.

Twitham Hills manor, in Ash, 206.

Twitham hamlet, in Wingham, 230, 241; prebend of, in Wingham college, 230, 234.

Twitham, Alanus de, 230; Twitham's, 206.

Twittam. See Twitham

Two Sisters, or Reculver spires, 113.

Twyman's, of Rushborne, account of, 71, 73.

Twysden's, of Wye, 325.

Tygenhurst. See Tickness.

Tyler-hill, in St. Stephen's, 43.

V.

Valavine, Peter, cl. 139.

Valoigns, Walter de, 127; Waretius de, 453; of Swerdling, family of, 22; account of, 315, 316.

Vane's, 24.

Vanner, Harry, 249.

Varham, Vincent, lessee of Ford palace, 98.

Vassalage in Kent, so late as anno, 1407.

Vaughan, George, 212; John, 293.

Vaults, extraordinary ones, under the chalk cliffs at Dover, 517.

Venner, John, possesses Shelford and Meadgrove, alias Broadoak manor, 49; Venner's, of Bosenden, 6.

Venson Dane, alias Farthingloe manor, in Hougham, 458.

Ver, Robert de, 438.

Verrier's, 361, 561.

Vicecomes, Hamo, 29.

Victualling-office, establishment of, 517; office, in Dover, 535.

Villæ Regiæ of the Saxons, 115.

Villiers, George Bussy, 522.

Vincent, Richard, 366; Sir Francis, 520.

Vine farm, in Norborne, 584.

Vineyards, in Kent, 102, 148, 225.

Ullock, Henry, cl. 578.

Underdown manor and farm, in Herne, 88, 89; Underdown's, 231.

Upper Hall, chantry of, in Ash church, 222.

Upper farm, in Sutton, near Dover, 561.

Uppetone, de, family of, 377.

Upstreet, hamlet of, in Chistlet, 101.

Upton wood, alias Shebbertswell manor, 376.

Upton-court, in Shebbertswell, 377.

Upton, George, 59; Upton's, 413.

W.

Waddell, Henry, cl. 139.

Wadenhall manor, in Waltham, 321; chapel of, 326.

Wadenhale, Thomas de, 322.

Wadham's, 188.

Wadling, alias Watling manor, in Ripple, 567.

Wadnall. See Wadenhall.

Wainfleets, in Hothe, 97.

Wake, Sir James, 480.

Waldershare, parish of, 385, 386.

Waleran, Robert, 494.

Wales, Edward, prince of, 494; Henry, prince of, 496.

Waley's, Sir William, 22, 86.

Walker, John, 456; Mrs. lessee of Farthingloe manor, with Venson Dane, alias Wellclose, in Hougham, 459; of Hougham parsonage, alias Little Hougham-court, 461.

Waller, Walter, 294; Sir Hardres's, 440; Sir Thomas, 519.

Walletts's court, alias Westcliffe manor, 419.

Walmestone, Great and Little, manor, in Wingham, 232, 233.

Walnut-Tree farm, in Waltham, 323.

Waltham, parish of, 319; manor, 326.

Walton manor. See Wolton.

Walwin, Francis, D. D. 184, 579, 583.

Wamston manor. See Walmestone.

Wanson farm, manor, in St. Margaret's Cliff, 413.

Wanston farm. See Wanson.

Wantsun, water of, 110, 114.

Ward's, 194.

Warde's, of Dover, 528.

Wardens of the cinque ports, list of, 492; their summons to parliament, 495; office of, 498.

Warden and assistants of dover harbour, origin and account of, 505.

Warham, Hugh, 170; Edward, 238; Warham's, of Wenderton, 231.

Warley, Lee, possesses Stonehall, in Stourmouth, 127.

Warner, Henry Lee, possesses Lees-court, alias Nether Hardres manor, 301; John, cl. 337.

Warren, of dover castle, account of, 491.

Warren, Thomas, 519; Warren's, of Ripple, account of, 570.

Warwick, earl of, 487; Richard Nevill, the great earl of, 496; Robert, earl of, 497.

Warwintone. See Garwinton.

Watch tower, Roman, 477, 505; or Roman Pharos, at Dover, 489, 529.

Waterend, Great and Little, farmS, in Ewell, 426, 428.

Watling-street way, 340.

Watling manor, See Wadling.

Watts, Thomas, cl. 141.

Webb, Charles, 36; Mrs. possesses St. Thomas's-hill seat, in St. Dunstan's, ibid.

Weddington, in Ash, 202.

Weekes's, 289.

Welde, Henry, cl. 165.

Weldish's, 70.

Well, district of, in Ickham, 174, 272.

Well court, in Ickham, 174.

Well, famous one, in dover castle, 481.

Wellclose, alias Venson dane, in Hougham, 458.

Welly's, Thomas, prior of St. Gregories, and bishop suffragan, 529.

Wenderton, grat and Little, in Wingham, 231, 232; borough of, 224.

Wenderton, John de, 231; Wenderton's, 170, 230.

Wengham, Henry de, 225.

Wentworth, Roger de, 341; Thomas, lord, ibid.

Westbeach, borough of, 101.

Westbere, parish of, 68; borough of, 101.

Westbere, Hugh de, 70.

Westcliffe, parish of, 419.

West-court manor, in Shebbertiwell, 379; alias Burnt-house manor, in Norborne, 596.

Westgate, hundred of, 1; manor of, 8, 22, 29, 34, 44, 69.

Westgate, alias Dukkirk, ville of, 2, 3.

West Hougham, hamlet of, 451.

Westmoreland, Francis, earl of, 152; Ralph Nevill, earl of, 211.

Westermouth, borough of, 110.

Weston, John, 209; Benjamin, 520.

West Street, hamlet of, 594; alias park-gate farm, in Norborne, ibid.

Whatmer-Hall seat, in Sturry, 76.

Whetenhall's, alias Whetnall's, 456.

White, Charles, cl. 19; Capt. John, 52; John, 175; William, 312, 587.

White Friars, in Canterbury, district of, 2.

Whiteacre manor, in Waltham, 322, 326; Nigell de, 323.

Whitfield, alias Bewsfield, parish of, 394, 397.

Whitfield, John, 133; Henry, 134; Whitfield's, of StreetEnd, 310.

Whitehill wood, 277.

Whitsan, port of, 503, 510.

Whitstape, hundred of, 293.

Whorwood's, of Denton, account of, 360, 362.

Whotton, William, 280.

Wickhambreaux, parish of; 158.

Wickham Bushes manor, in Wootton, 371.

Widred, king, 148, 478, 530, 540.

Wightred, king, 379.

Whitwick, Richard, cl. 100.

Wike, near Canterbury, 174.

Wild, Thomas, 592.

Wilde's, of Ash, account of, 196, 197, 198, 253.

Wilford, Sir Thomas, 460.

Wilkins, David, D. D. 583.

Williams, Thomas, cl. 106; Edward, cl. 302.

Williams's, baronets, 354.

Willis, See Willys.

Willoughbve, William, lord, 397; Willoughbye's, 465.

Wills, William, possesses Tunford, in Thanington, 24.

Willys, Thomas, 233, 302; Willys's, of Nackington, account of, 296, 297.

Willys's lands, in Nackington, 292.

Wilmot, lady, (widow of Sir Robert) possesses Hall, alias Beverley manor, in Harbledowne, 10; Robt. Mead, 22; Wilmot's, of Harbledowne and Chaddesden, barts. account of, 9, 590.

Wilford, alias Wilsford, Francis, 260; Wilford's, of Ileden, account of, 343.

Wiryngton, estate of, 149.

Wimlingswold, parish of; 262, 239; prebend in Wingham college, 234.

Wilson, Anne, 317; G. C. possesses Polton manor, 446; Timothy, cl. 577.

Winchester, Winifred, marchioness of, 432.

Winchelsea, Elizabeth Finch, countess of, 58; Finch's, earls of, ibid.

Winchester, John, 264, 265.

Wingate, alias Lower Garwinton, in Littleborne, 151.

Wingate, Simon de, ibid.

Wingham, hundred of, 191; borough of, ibid. parish of, 224; manor of, 193, 208, 242, 252, 263; Bailiwick of manor, 227; tithes in, 198; river, 225.

Wingham College, account of, 195, 201, 207, 212, 222, 230, 234, 240, 249, 253, 260, 266; church of, 201, 222.

Wingham Barton manor, in Ash, 207.

Winkelond. See Winkleton.

Winkleton, alias Sutton farm, 560; tithes of, 561.

Winkleton Oaks farm, in Ripple, 564.

Wingmere, borough of, in Eleham, 256.

Winter, Mr. possesses a house, in Herne, 85; Winter's, 172, 233.

Wiseman, William, 433; Wiseman's, 559.

Wivell, Edward, 465.

Woditon's, of Wootton, 365, 366. See also Wootton.

Wollage hamlet and wood, See Woolwich.

Wollet, Ingram, 230; Edward, 590.

Wollet's, of Harbledowne, 9.

Wolton, Thomas, 89; John de, 151.

Wolton, alias Wolton, manor OF, 151.

Wolwiche, Richard de, 263.

Womenjole, parish of. See Wimlingswold.

Wood, John, present vicar of Herne, 96; Whittingham, 221; William, cl. 248; Kingsford, lessee of the parsonage of St. Margaret's Cliffe, 418; Wood's, 45, 228.

Wood, alias Woodchurch, in Thanet, 514.

Woodeton. See Wootton.

Woodling, alias Watling manor. See Wadling.

Woodland's, 45.

Woodroofe, Rev. Mr. possesses a moiety of Hougham-court, alias North-court manor, 456.

Woolwich hamlet and wood, in Wimlingswold, 262.

Wootton, parish of, 364.

Woodward, Leonard, possesses a moiety of Minacre hamlet, in Norborne, 598.

Worcester, Tiptost's, earls of, 161, 164.

Workhouse, erected for united parishes, 443; excellent regulation of one, 555.

Wraith, Richard, possesses a portion of tithes in Chistlet, 108.

Wroth's, 203, 206.

Wrotham, William de, 492.

Wyatt, Mr. the architect, 174.

Wyatt, Sir Thomas, 331.

Wynne, Sir Rowland, possesses a moiety of Beverley farm, in St. Stephen's, 43; a moiety of the Place-house, in St. Dunstan's, 35.

Wye, hundred of, 319, 324.

Wyborn, Robert, 138, 140; John, 559; William possesses the mansion of Norbornecourt, and Long-lane farm, 590, 591; James, lessee of Hull and Sholdon manor, 606; possesses Hull-court, and Long-lane farm, in Sholdon, 607; Wyborn's, of Sholdon, account of, 606, 610.

Wyngham, Sir Walter de, 377, 383.

Y.

Yarmouth, town of, 509.

Yates, lady, resides at Bridgeplace, 287.

Yerd's, alias Eard's, of Denton, 359, 361.

Yyngworth, Richard, prior of Langley, and bishop suffragan, 529.

Yoklets, borough of, 320; estate of, in Waltham, ibid.

York, Simon, possesses Wanston farm, in St. Margaret's Cliff, 413; Sir Joseph, 522; account of, 527; York's, of Dover, account of, ibid. 547.

York and Albermarle, Edward, duke of, 496; Henry, duke of, 497; James, duke of, 498.

Ytching, manor of, 291.

Young, William, cl. 106; Alexander, cl. 165; Sir Richard, 520; Young's, 307.

Youngs farm, in Lower Hardres, 302.

Z.

Zouch, Edward, lord, of Harringworth, 497.