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'Index', A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 7: Dorchester and Thame hundreds (1962), pp. 233-247. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63781 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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Note. The following abbreviations have been used: abp., archbishop; Abr., Abraham; acct., account; admin., administration; adv. (advs.), advowson(s); Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; archd., archdeacon; Art., Arthur; b., born; Baldw., Baldwin; Bart., Bartholomew; Ben., Benjamin; Bern., Bernard; bldg., building; bnss., baroness; bp., bishop; Brig-Gen., Brigadier-General; bro., brother; bt., baronet; c., circa; can., canon; Capt., Captain; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; ch. (chs.), church(es); ch. bldg., church building; ch. hist., church history; chap. (chaps.), chapel(s); char, (chars.), charity (charities); Chas., Charles; chpl., chaplain; civ. par., civil parish; civ. war, civil war; clk., clerk; Co., Company; Col., Colonel; coll., college; Compt. cens., Compton census; const., constable; ct. (cts.), court(s); ctss., countess; cttee., committee; cur.(s.), curate(s); d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; Dav., David; dchss., duchess; depop., depopulation; dom. arch., domestic architecture; Dot., Dorothy; ec. hist., economic history; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; est. (ests.), estate(s); f., father; fl., flourished; Fr., Father; Fred., Federick; Gab., Gabriel; Gen., General; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; geol., geology; Gil., Gilbert; Gr., Grammar; grddau., granddaughter; grds., grandson; Greg., Gregory; hd., head; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; ho. (hos.), house(s); hon., honor; hosp., hospital; How., Howard; Humph., Humphrey; hund. (hunds.), hundred(s); incl., inclosure; Jas., James; Jon., Jonathan; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; jurisd., jurisdiction; Kath., Katharine; kt., knight; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence ld., lord; ldy., lady; Len., Lennard; Leon., Leonard; Lew., Lewis; Lond., London; Lt., Lieutenant m., married; Magd., Magdalen; maj., major; Maj-Gen., Major-General; man., manor; man. ho., manor house; Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; Max., Maximilian; mchss., Marchioness; med., medieval; Mic., Michael; mkt., market; mod., modern; mon., monumental; mqss., marquess; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; noncf., nonconformity; occs., occupations; Osw., Oswald; Oxf., Oxford; P.N., Place Names; par. (pars.), parish(es); par. govt., parish government; pec, peculiar; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pk., park; pness., princess; poor rel., poor relief; pop., population; preb., prebendary; pres., president; princ., principal; profssns., professions; prop., property; Prot. noncf., Protestant nonconformity; prov., provost; prss. (prsses.), prioress(es); quad., quadrangle; r., rector; R.C., Roman Catholic; rcty., rectory; Rcty. (Recties.), Rectory (Rectories) (building); rds., roads; Reg., Reginald; Revd., Reverend; Reyn., Reynold; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rlwy., railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom. Cathm., Roman Catholicism; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch. (schs.), school(s); Seb., Sebastian; Sim., Simon; sis., sister; soc., society; soc. conds., social conditions; Sol., Solomon; sr., senior; st., street; Steph., Stephen; Theoph., Theophilus; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; top., topography; v., vicar; vet. viscount; vctss., viscountess; Ven., Venerable; Vic., Vicarage (building); vics., vicars; vill., (vills.), village(s); Vinc., Vincent; w., wife; Wal., Walter; ward. (wards.), warden(s); wd. (wds.), wood(s); wid., widow; Wm., William; yeo. fam., yeoman family.

A

Abbott, Rob., v. of S. Stoke, 106

Abingdon, earls of, 18, 43, 50, 115, 161, 186, 215, 217; and see Bertie, Jas., Montagu, Willoughby; ests. in Burcot, 66; in Chislehampton, 12; in Dorchester, 48, 50, 51, 64; in Drayton, 73, 76, 77, 78, 79; in Tetsworth, 150, 151; in Thame, 191, 192, 193, 198; in N. Weston, 174; surveys of, 191, 192; fam. of, 4, 166, 176, 200

Abingdon (Berks.), 8, 27, 28, 29, 31, 179, 180; Christ's Hosp. at, 21, 27; Guild of the Holy Cross at, 21, 27; 40, 152; Prot. noncf., 38; rds., 5, 6, 27, 30, 65, 66

Abingdon Abbey (Berks.), 28, 30, 119; abbots of, 27, 29, 37, 133; and see Aldred, Coventry, Faritius, Hendreth, Hugh, Ingulf, Nic. of Culham, Rainald, Rathanus; grange of, 29; prop. of, 30, 31, 32, 35, 36

Abingdon Bridge, 27, 30

Abingdon Poor Law Union, 34, 35

Abingdon races, 31

Abingdon Rural Sanitary Council, 35

Abingdon School, hdmaster of, see Woods

Above Hill (Woodcote), 93

Abraham, Rob., architect, 169, 216

Adam, Jas. and Rob., architects, 95

Adam the glazier, 180

Adam de Ashurst, 229

Adelaide (Australia), bp. of, see Short

Adkyns, John, 154; Wm., 219

Admiralty Storage Depot, see Royal Naval Air Station, Culham

Adwell, 98, 160

Ælfhild, 31, 35

Æschwine, bp. of Dorchester, 60

Agincourt, battle of, 120

Agriculture, Board of, see Board of Agriculture

Alan, clk. of Tetsworth, and his w. Clarissa, 150, 156.

Albury, 172, 220; and see Tiddington

Aldenham, Lords, see Gibbs

Aldersonne, see Atherton

Aldred, abbot of Abingdon, 31

Aldrynton, de, Eliz., see Loveday, 19; Hen., 19; Thos, 19

Aldworth fam., 118

Alexander, bp. of Lincoln, 53, 58, 87, 125, 139, 171, 172, 177, 178, 186, 189, 199

Alexander the carpenter, 179

Alexander the smith, 85

Alexander of Burcot (Bridicot), 67

Alexander of Coombe, 129

Algeria, 184

Alice (fl. 1225), wid. (?) of James de Cardunville, 125

Alice the glazier, 180

Allam, Ric., 24, 70

Allen, John, 83; Moses and his w. Mary, 108; Rob., 84

Allin, Dame Frances, see Ashhurst

Allnutts Hosp., see Goring

Almond, Nic., 218, 219

Almshouses, 112, 230; and see Lord Williams' Almshouses, Quatremain Almshouses

Alured (fl. 1086), kt., 114, 174

Aluric (fl. 1086), kt., 114, 126, 130

Alwi (fl. mid-11th cent.), 222

Anabaptists, 144

Andersey Island, in Culham, 27, 28, 31, 36; Anglo-Saxon chap. on, 30, 35; King Offa's residence on, 30; Norman hunting lodge on, 30

Anderson, Thos., 144

Archdale, Abr., 117

Architects, see Abraham; Adam; Billing; Blomfield; Blow; Bradfield; Brakspear; Brandon; Bruton; Buckler; Butterfield; Clacy; Clarke; Cockerell; Cranstoun; Dale; Dowbigin; Grayson; Harris; Hayward; Hodson; Hopper; Howard; Rayson; Scott, Sir Geo. Gil.; Scott, Sir Gil.; Scott, J. O.; Smith, Francis; Smith, Wm.; Spiers; Street; Surman; Underwood; Wardell; Wilkinson; Wills; Wyatt

Arden, Hen., 96; Mary, see Palmer

Ascot, in Gt. Milton, 81, 90, 92, 115, 117, 130, 187; chapelry, 121, 138; ec. hist., 130, 131, 133; fees, 114; Ho., 121–2; incl., 133–4; mans., 124, 126, 127, 172, 173, Fynes, 126–7, Quatremains, 127; top., 130

Asheley, Nic., r. of S. Stoke and v. of Aston Rowant, 105

Ashfield, Sir Edm., 43, 44, 46, 53, 54, 79; Eliz., m. Wm. Fettiplace, 43; fam., 53

Ashhurst, Diana, w. of Thos. Hen., 220, 221, 223; Eliz., m. John Warner, 229; Dame Frances Allin, 229; Gladys Mary, J.P., 224; Sir Hen. (d. 1711), 221, 222, 223, 226, 229; Sir Hen. (d. 1732), 223; Revd. Jas., 141, 145, 227; John Hen., 223, 224, 229; Susannah, m. Francis Clerke, 173; Thos. Hen., 223; Sir Wm. Hen. (d. 1807), 221, 223, 229; Wm. Hen., M.P. (d. 1846), 221, 223, 229; Wm. Hen. (d. 1929), 224, 225; Mrs. (fl. 1808), 230; fam., 113, 229

Ashurst, de, Adam, 229

Aston, deanery, 155

Aston Bruley, in White Ladies Aston (Worcs.), 222

Aston Rowant, 160, 196

Astry, Revd. Francis, 143; Ralph and his w. Anne, 144; fam., 118

Athelstan, King of Wessex, 31

Atherton (Aldersonne), Master John, v. of Thame, 203, 209

Atkins, Mr. —, 212

Attehalle, John, v. of Culham, 36

Attington, in Thame, 114, 115, 147, 157, 163, 193; Abbot, 175; burgesses at Thame, 179; Dormer Leys farm, 170, 190, 191; ests., 187, 188; fee, 174–5; fields, 188; incl., 190, 192; man., 175, 190, 191; med. vill., 116, 170, 186; P.N., 186; sch. (with Tetsworth), 159; taxes, 188; tithes, 156; township, 162

Attwood, Martha, see Sled; Ric., v. of Gt. Milton, 118, 140.

Aubrey, Sir John, 119, 140; Martha, see Carter; Sir Thos., bt., 140; Mr. —, 83

Audley, Edm., bp. of Salisbury, 20

Augmentations, ct. of, chancellor of, see Rich

Augustinian Canons, 87, 88

Aylesbury (Bucks.), 117, 161, 163, 179, 180, 185, 213; chap., 139, 140; civil war at, 161; plague at, 182; preb. of, 139; rds. to, 161, 162, 163, 178; turnpike, 82

Ayleworth, Humph., 124, 125, 134; Paul, 125; Thos., 125

B

Baker, Revd. E. P., v. of Gt. Milton, 120, 143; Rob., 24

Baldindon (Baldinton, Baldon), de, Wm. (fl. 1247), 2, 3, 20; Wm. (fl. 1279), 68, 98, 100; fam., 20, 67; fee, 3, 19

Baldinton, de, see Baldindon

Baldington, Agnes, see Danvers; Agnes, dau. of Thos., m. Wm. Brome, 172; Alice, m. 1 John Wakehurst, 2 Hen. Tracy, 167, 172; Isabella, 172; John, 172; Thos., 167, 172; Wm., 172, 173; fam., 167, 181; and see Baldindon

Baldon, Little, 2, 20, 98, 172; and see Baldons, The

Baldon, Marsh, 2, 3, 20, 39, 40, 53; and see Baldons, The

Baldon St. Lawrence, 11

Baldon, Toot, 13, 53, 89, 98, 172

Baldons, The, 2, 3, 20, 67; and see Baldons, Little; Baldon, Marsh; Baldon, Toot

Baldry, Eliz., m. 1 Rob., 2nd ld. Rich, 2 Rob. Forth, 151; Geo., 151; Sir Thos., mercer and 1d. mayor of London, 151

Balfour, Jabez, 44; fam., 70

Balliol Coll., Oxf., 192; fellow of, see Powell

Ballowe, Wm., 209

Banbury, 148, 161, 186; bailiff of, 115; barony of, 171; hund. of, 2, 3, 114; man. of, 170

Baptists, 38, 63, 82, 159, 212, 214; Particular, 92, 212

Barantyne, see Barentine.

Barber, Edw., 97; Eliz., see Hannes; Rob., 97; Wm., 108, 111

Bardis, de, Cardinal Adrian, preb. of Thame, 115, 158, 161, 202, 207

Barentine (Barantyne), Drew (fl. 1444), 5, 188; Drew (fl. 1567), 12; Eliz., wid. of John, m. 2 Sir John Boteler, 175; Jane, see Lewknor; John, 175; Marg., 12; Mary, m. Ant. Huddleston, 12; Sir Wm., 12

Barnsley (Glos.), 177

Barrington, vet., see Keppel

Barrington, Kennett, see Kennett — Barrington

Barry, Edm., 115; Francis, 171; Revd. Rob., v. of Northfleet, 167, 171; Vincent (fl. 1626), 171; Vincent (d. 1666), 171; Vincent (d. 1680), 171; Vincent, s. of Vincent (d. 1680), 171; fam., 171

Barton, Griffith, 96; Hen., of Streatley, 96; Marg., m. Wm. Palmer, 96; Mary, m. Nic. Higgs, 94; Wal., 96; fam., 94, 96

Basse, Wm., poet, 161

Basset, John, 187; Ric., 180

Bate, John, 181; Wm., 181; fam., 180

Baxter, Ric., divine, 221, 223

Bayley, Thos. and his w., 209

Beauchamp, de, Ida, see Longespée; Lady Joan, 210; Wm., 9

Beauforest (Beweforest), Geo., 62; Marg., w. of (r) Wm. Tanner, (2) Ric. Beauforest, 60; Ric. (fl. 1509), abbot of Dorchester, 60; Ric. (fl. 1523), 40, 43, 44, 46, 47, 59, 60, 139; fam., 42

Beaumont, Cath., see Neville; John, vet., 176

Beavis, Art., 91; Sarah, see Peers; arms, 91

Becket, St. Thos., abp. of Canterbury, 149; feast of, 204

Beckley, John, mason, 206

Bedford, Agnes, 61; Rob. and his w. Alice, 61; Wm., 61

Beek, see Beke

Beke (Beek), Eliz., see Quatremain; Joan, m. John Rous, 128; John, 10; Ric., 10; Sybil, m. 1 —, 2 Rob. Poyntz, 3 Rob. Restwold, 10; fam., 12.

Belcher, Ric., stonemason, 90, 117, 136

Bell, Dan., 25; M. Farrer, glasspainter, 142

Bell-founders, see Carter, Jos.; Corr; Gillett; Keene, Ric.; Knight, Ellis; Knight, Hen.; Mears, C. & G.; Mears & Stainbank; Rudhall; Wells; Willis

Bells (medieval), 61, 80, 229

Belson, Kath., m. Rob. Edgerley, 126, 143

Benett, John (fl.c. 1456), 115, 182; John (d. 1498), 208; John, innkeeper, 182; fam., 180, 182

Benger, Agnes, w. of Sir Thos., 120, 126, and see Edgerley; Sir Thos., master of the revels to Queen Eliz., and visitor of Oxf. Univ., 120, 126

Bennett, Ambrose, of Lond., 230; Ben., 126, 135; John (fl. 1649), 195; John (fl. 1704), 230; Rob., 212

Benson, Geo., 218

Benson, 46, 53, 71, 78, 159, 163

Bentley, John, 154

Berinsfield, in Dorchester, 39, 50, 51, 64

Berkshire, earl of, see Norreys

Berkshire, South Oxon., and South Bucks. Congregational Association (later Union), see Oxfordshire and West Berks. Congregational Assoc.

Berkshire County Council, 17, 28

Berrick Prior, in Newington, 83

Berrick Salome, 71, 78

Bertie, Bridget, see Norreys; Ldy. Eleanor, m. Phil. Wenman, 7th vet. Wenman, 211; Francis Leveson, cr. vct. Bertie of Thame, 171, 174, 185, 209; Hen., of Chesterton, 173; Jas., ld. Norreys, 1st earl of Abingdon, 43, 171; Kath., dau. of Hen., m. Francis Carr Clerke, 173; Montagu, 2nd earl of Abingdon (d. 1743), 43, 47, 171; Montagu, 5th earl of Abingdon (d. 1854), 171, 216; Montagu, 6th earl of Abingdon (d. 1884), 171; Vere Fred., 2nd vct. Bertie, 171; Willoughby, 3rd earl of Abingdon (d. 1760), 150, 211; Willoughby (d. 1780), 171; Willoughby, 4th earl of Abingdon (d. 1799), 68, 171

Betjeman, John, poet, 15

Betteridge, Hen., 77, 78; Jon., 14; fam., 77

Beweforest, see Beauforest, Ric.

Bicester, 163

Bicester Breweries, 184

Biggleswade (Beds.), 186

Billing, John, architect, 158

Bilstone, John, cur. of Chislehampton and Stadhampton, 16, 89, 90, 91

Binbrook (Lincs.), 125; rcty. of St. Gabriel, 125

Birch, Hen., 195

Bird, Rob., 81; Wm., sculptor, 209

Birde, Ric., cur. of N. Weston, 205

Bishop's Coll., Cheshunt (Herts.), 64, 66

Bisshopp, Sir Cecil (d. 1705), 4th bt., 29, 32; Sir Cecil (d. 1725), 5th bt., 38; Sir Cecil (d. 1828), 8th bt., later 1d. Zouche de Haryngworth, 30, 32, 34; Eliz., see Dunch; Kath, Arabella, m. Sir Geo. BrookePechell, bt., 32; Sarah, see Bury; fam., 29, 32

Bixtrop, de, Matt., 176; Wal., 176; fam., 176

Blacheman (fl. 11th cent.), a priest, 35

Black Death, 46, 100, 131, 140, 153, 180, 224; and see Plague

Blackall, John (d. 1755), of Gt. Milton, 143; John (d. 1784), of Gt. Milton, 124; John (d. 1790), of Gt. Haseley, 124; John (d. 1803), 124, 200; John (d. 1829), 124; Thos., 124; fam., 124, 126, 127

Blaston (Leics.), 174

Bledlow (Bucks.), man., 174

Bledlowe, Thos., grocer and alderman of Lond., 171

Bloet (Bluet), Rob., bp. of Lincoln, 96, 200

Blois, Wm. of, bp. of Lincoln, 187

Blomfield, Sir Art., architect, 119, 143

Blow, Detmar, architect, 95

Bluntesdon, de, Joan, 125; Laur., 125; Wm., 125

Board of Agriculture, 22, 86, 185

Boarstall Ho., Boarstall (Bucks.), 182

Bobart, R., 84; Wm., 86

Bochar, Thos., 115

Bond, fam., 70

Bonste, fam., burgesses, 180

Booth, Herb., 215; Gen. Wm., 215

Borthwick, Hon. Algernon, 95; fam., 95

Bostock, Wm., 30

Boteler, Baldw., 127; Eliz., see Barantyne; Sir John, 175; Thos., 127

Boterel, Wm., const, of Wallingford, 30

Botetourt, de, Joan, see Somery; fam., 60

Boucher, Ric., hdmaster of Thame Gr. Sch., 209

Boulton, Clara Gertrude, 124; Matt. Ernest, 124; Matt. Piers Watt, 124, 137; est., 126

Bourne, Sir John, Sec. of State, 173, 211; Marg., m. Sir Wm. Clerke (d. 1625), 173, 211

Bourton-on-the-Hill (Glos.), 111

Boveneye, de, Wm., II

Bowden, F., 201, 208

Bowler, Hen. and his w. Eliz., 209

Bowles char., 39

Bowyer, John, 155; fam., 154

Boyle, fam., 119

Bracey, Mary, m. Edm. Waller, 161

Bradbury, Thos., Lond. mercer and alderman, 151

Bradecote (Bridecote or Burcot), de, John, 20

Bradele, de, John (fl. 1316), 20; John, s. of Rob., 67; Rob., 67

Bradeley, Rob., see Bradele

Bradfield, H., architect, 142

Bradleys man., in Clifton Hampden, 19, 20, 21, 67, 70

Braimuster, de, Hugh (fl. 12th cent.), 174; Hugh, s. of Hugh, 174; Odo, 174, 175, 176; Parnell, see Fontibus; fam., 174

Brakspear, Osw., architect, 15

Brancastre, fam., 229

Brandon, Dav., architect, 41

Bray, Edm., 124; John, 1d. Bray, 124; Sir Reg., later ld. Bray, 124, 137; fam., 124

Braybrooke, Christian, see Palmer; Ric., 109

Brecknoke, fam., 229

Bremoy (Calvados, France), 174

Breteuil (Normandy), 179

Breton, Guy, 173; Kath., m. Thos. Quatremain, 173

Brewer, J. N., 41, 113, 163

Bridecote, de, see Bradecote, de

Bridge, John of the, 85

Bridgeman, Chris. and his w. Maud, 208

Bristeva (fl. 1086), 2, 3

British Fan and Electric Co., 186

Britwell Prior, 62, 129, 144

Britwell Salome, 106

Brize Norton, 200

Brome, Agnes, see Baldington; Wm., 172

Brookhampton, in Stadhampton, 81, 82, 83, 90, 92

Brook-Pechell, Sir Geo., bt., 32; Kath. Arabella, see Bisshopp

Brooks, John, 144

Brotherton, Marg., m. Ld. Segrave, 176; Thos. of, duke of Norfolk, 176

Broun, John, 17

Brown, Master John, r. of Waterstock, 226, 229; Thos., and his w., 229

Browne, Maj.-Gen. Ric., 18; Thos., 13, 14

Bruern, Revd. Ric., r. of Waterstock, 227

Bruley, Agnes, m. Wm. Bruley (fl. late 14th cent.), 222, 223; Amicia, m. John Cottesmore, 125; Bona, (?) w. of John (d. by 1372), see FitzEllis; Sir Hen. (d. by 1315), 222; Hen., s. of Sir Hen., 222; Joan, m. 1 John Danvers, 2 Sir Wal. Mauntell, 223, 226, 229; John (fl. 1327), 222, 226; John (d. by 1372), 222; John (d. by 1380), 222, 226; John, s. of Wm. and Agnes (fl. late 14th cent.), 127, 173, 223, 229; Kath., see Foliot; Maud, see Quatremain; Thos., r. of Waterstock, 222, 226; Thos. (fl. 1361), see John (d. by 1372); Wm. (fl. early 14th cent.), of Aston Bruley (Worcs.), 222; Wm. (fl. late 14th cent.), kt. of the shire, 127, 222, 223; fam., 113, 221, 222, 226, 229

Brunel, I. K., engineer, 93

Bruton, Ed. G., architect, 79, 80, 90, 91

Bryan, Thos., 209

Bryans, H. W., glass-painter, 25

Bryant, A., mapmaker, 30

Brycedon, Mr. —, 208

Bubwith, Nic., preb. of Thame, 210

Buchanan, Dr., —, 197, 198

Buckden (Hunts.), 186

Buckeridge, C., 25, 94

Buckingham, mqss. of (fl. 1796), see Grenville

Buckinghamshire, 162, 179, 183; hunds., 2; noncf., 212, 214

Buckler, John, architect, 166

Bucknall & Comper, glass-painters, 80

Bull, Sophia, 218; fam., 220

Bullingdon, hund. of, 2, 3, 4, 53, 114, Hampden, 24

Bullingdon Highway Board, 197

Bullingdon R.D.C., 35

Bunte, Wal., 84

Bunting, Revd. Hugo, cur. of Clifton Hampden, 24

Burcot, 3, 16, 28, 39, 50, 52, 64, 65– 71, and passim; ch. hist., 56, 69–70; chap., 52; char., 71; Chequers Inn, 65, 66; dom. arch., 65–66; ec. hist., 67–69; ests., 42, 43; farms, 68–69; fields, 68; Ho., 65–66; 69; incl., 68; lesser ests., 67; mans., 66–67; occs., 69; P.N., 67; pop., 69; Prot. noncf., 71; rcty., 55, 69, 70; riv., 28, 40; rds., 40, 65, 72; Rom. Cathm., 70–71; schs., 70, 71; taxes, 68; top., 65–66; yeo. fam., 62

Burcot, de, John, s. of Nic., 19, 20, 73; Nic. (fl. early 13th cent.), 19, 73, and see Clifton, de; Nic. (fl. 1279), 3, 19, 21, 67, 73, 75; fam., 19, 73; fee, 75

Burcot, Nic. of, 3

Burcot, Wm. of, 67

Burford, 163

Burghersh, Hen., bp. of Lincoln, 83

Burghley, Wm. Cecil, ld., 223

Burnard, Edw., 209

Burnham, John, 133

Burrows, Geo., 182; Hen. (d. 1829), 54; Hen. Wm., canon of Rochester (fl. 1883), 54; Revd. John, 54; Martha, 218; Phyllis, 218, 219, 238; fam., woolstaplers, 182

Burrows & Bradfield, Messrs., 213

Burte, Eliz., see Petty; Wm., hdmaster of Thame Gr. Sch., 209, 211

Burton, John, 212

Burton, de, Edm., 153

Bury, Anne, 37; Edm., of Hampton Poyle, 32; Eliz., wid. of John, m. 2 – Wilmot, 37; Geo., 32, 35, 37; John, 32, 37; Judith, see Humphrey; Sarah (d. 1650), w. of Geo., 37; Sarah (d. 1680), m. Sir Cecil Bisshop, 4th bt. of Parham (Suss.), 32; Thos. (d. 1615), 29, 32, 37; Thos. (d. 1615), s. of Thos., 32; Thos. (d. 1671), 37; Wm. (d. 1563), 32, 35; Wm. (d. 1632), 32, 37; Wm. (d. 1658), 37; fam., 29, 32, 37

Bush, John, 68, 69; fam., 65

Bushell, Thos., see Fettiplace

Buswell, C. J., 84

Butterfield, Wm., architect, 59

Byng, Geo., 1st vct. Torrington, 17, 155, 163, 183, 185

Byron, Sir John, 42

C

Cade, Jack, rebellion of, 127

Cadiz (Spain), 177

Calais (France), Staple, merchants of, see Dormer, Wenman

Calamy, Edm., historian, 212, 226

Calehill, Isle of Sheppey (Kent), 32

Calfhill (Caulfeild), Alex., 120; Sir Toby, 1st baron Charlemont, 120; fam., 113, 118

Callis, Ric., apothecary, 183

Cambridge, 161

Cambridgeshire, hunds., 2; sheriff of, see Coleville

Cames, see Camoys

Camoise Court farm, 13

Camoise farm, the, see Camoise Court farm

Camoys, Eleanor, dau. of Sir Ric., m. Sir Rog. Lewknor, 11, 123; Eliz., see Louches; Hugh, 11, 123; Joan, see Poynings; John, 11, 123; Marg., dau. of Sir Ric. m. Ralph Radmylde, 11, 123; Ralph, 11, 123; Sir Ric., 11, 123, 128; Sir Thos., 11, 128, 129, 131; fam., 11, 113, 137, 142; man., 123

Campbell, Revd. Hen., cur. of Tetsworth, 156, 157, 159

Canada, 137

Cannon, Thos., 218

Canterbury, abps. of, see Becket, Laud; prior of, 85

Canton (China), 8

Cardunville, de, Adam, 11; Alice (fl. 1225), wid. (?) of Jas., 125; Ernald, 11, 125; Jas., 11, 125; fam., 11, 125

Carleton, Mrs. Anne, 61

Carnell, Ralph, can. of Dorchester Abbey, 88

Carpenter, Wm., 39; fam., 33

Carr, Philadelphia, m. Sir John Clerke, bt. (d. 1667), 209; arms of, 209

Carruthers, Rob., 213

Carter, Frances (d. 1722), m. John Stribblehill, 209; Jos., bell-founder, 37; Martha, m. Sir Thos. Aubrey, bt., 140; Ric. (fl. 1732), of Gt. Haseley, 83; Ric. (d. 1755), of Chilton, 140; Thos. (fl. 17th cent.), of N. Weston, 209; Thos. (fl. 1715), 210

Carter, le, Nic., 21

Carteret, Frances, see Worsley; John, later earl Granville, 200, 201, 204

Cary, Sir Edm., 32; Edw., 36; Judith, see Humphrey; arms, 37

Casey, Ric., 16

Cassidy, see Stafford

Castell, —, glass-painter, 142

Castle, F. H., & Sons, printers, 184

Caterer, Isaac, 159; Mary, 159; Rob., 159; fam., 159

Cave, Edw. of Bampton, 223; Eleanor, see Davis; Eliz., see Danvers; John, v. of Gt. Milton, 118; Marg., see Cecil; Rog., 223; Sir Thos. (d. 1558), 223, 226; Sir Thos. (fl. 1610), 223; Sir Wm., 223; fam. of Gt. Milton, 113, 118, 153; fam. of Waterstock, 118, 221

Caversham (Surr.), 95

Cecil, Margt., m. Rog. Cave, 223

Chalgrove, 83, 145

Chalgrove Field, battle of, 8, 148, 161

Chamber, Ric. of the, 83

Chambers, John, 84

Chancery, ct. of, 98

Chapels, med., 15, 16, 23, 24, 106, 141, 144, 156, 199, 205

Chapman, fam., 154

Chard, Jane, 210

Charity Commission, 64; Commissioners of, 146, 216, 218, 219

Charlbury, 184

Charlemont, see Calfhill (Caulfeild)

Charles I, King, 26, 65, 94, 160

Charles II, King, 70

Chastleton, III

Chaundler, Wal., cur. of Stadhampton, 89

Checkendon, 93, 97, 110, 111; r, of, 107

Chedworth, John bp. of Lincoln, 106, 160

Cherrill, Francis, 61; Philadelphia, 61; Ric., 71; Vincent (d. 1807) and his w. Marg., 61; Vincent (fl. 1840), 50; fam., 47, 51, 62, 71

Chesham Bois (Bucks.), r. of, 160

Cheshunt Theological Coll., see Bishop's Coll., Cheshunt

Chesney, de, Rob., bp. of Lincoln, 45, 138, 170, 176, 201, 222; fam., 222

Chequers Inn, the, see Burcot par. entry

Chevauchesul, Aucher, 148, 149; Emma, m. Wm. Danvers, 14, 150; Maud, m. Pet. Talemasch, 149; Rob. (fl. 1086), a kt., 114, 148; Rob. (fl. 1201), 149, 150, 153, 156; fam., 150

Chichester, bp. of, see King

Child's Hill (Lond.), 159

Chillington (Staffs.), 172

Chilton (Berks. or Bucks.), 180

Chilworth, Geof. of, 129

Chilworth and Coombe, in Gt. Milton, 124, 128 129, 130, 131, 138; Farm, 122; Musard, 122, 131, man. 129–30; Valery, 122, 127, 130–1, 138, man., 127–8

Chilworths, the, in Gt. Milton, 114, 115, 122, 127, 128–36, 139; fishing rights in, 138; mans., 127–30; and see Chilworth Musard, Chilworth Valery; poor rel., 138

Chinnor, 163, 178, 179, 213

Chinnor Cement Works, 163

Chippinghurst, in Cuddesdon, 13

Chiselentona, see Chislehampton

Chislehampton, 3, 5–16, 39, 71, 81, 82, 84, 85, 87, 88, 89, 92, 125, 128, 136, 144; bridge, 5, 8, 81, 83; Camoise Ct. Farm (Camoys Ct.), 1, 5, 6, 7, 14; ch. bldg., 15–16; ch. hist., 15; chap., 10, 53; chars., 16; Chislehampton Ho. (Hall), 1, 6, 7, 8, 14; civ. war, 8; crops, 14; dom. arch., 6–8; Doyley man. ho., 5, 6, 8, 148; ec. hist., 12–14, 45, 67, 74; ests., 42; farms, 14; fees, 2, 3; fields, 13; fishery, 14; geol., 5; incl., 13; inn, 6; mans., 8–12; noncf., see Stadhampton; P.N., 5; pop., 7, 13, 14; schs., see Stadhampton; top., 5–8; wds., 5, 14

Chislehampton, de, Hugh, s. of Alf. de Stokes, 9; Hugh (fl. 1242) and his w. Rose, 9; Laur. (d. 1283), 2, 9, 12, 13; Wm. (fl. 1235), 9; Wm. (fl. 1315), 9

Chokes (Northants.), honor of, 126

Cholmondely, arms, 91

Cholsey (Berks.), 93

Christ Church (Canterbury), prior of, 84

Christ Church, Oxf., 2, 54, 56, 101; auditor of, see Palmer; can. of, see South; dean of, see Fell, Owen; dean and chapter of, 54, 78, 79, 96; patronage of, 88, 104, 105, 106; prop. of, 83, 84, 86, 96, 98, 103, 104; students of, 79; and see Pett

Christmas, Gerard, 143

Christ's Hospital, Abingdon, see Abingdon

Civil War, 8, 18, 31, 74, 161; and see par. entries

Clack fam., 154

Clacy, J. B., architect, 107

Clapcot (Berks.), 12

Clare, Jos., 229

Clarence, duke of, 177

Clarke, Dot., 91; Sir Edw. (fl. 17th cent.), 97; Sir Edw. (d. 1638), and his wid., 54; Edw. (fl. 1657), 54; Edw. (fl. 1807), mason, 28; Hester, m. Hen. Knapp, 97; Jos., architect, 30, 37; Sam., 212; — w. of Edw. (fl. 1657), see Wenman

Claxson, Eliz. (d. 1743), w. of John, 108; John (d. 1701), 108; John (d. 1739), 108; John (fl. 1754), 98; Wm. (d. 1748), 108; Wm. (d. c. 1860), 111; fam., 98, 108

Claydon, East (Bucks.), v. of, see Griffith

Clayton & Bell, Messrs, glass-painters, 25, 61, 210

Cleeve, in Goring, 93

Clerk, Kath., see Rycote; Nic., 128

Clerke, Agnes, wid. of John (d. 1539), 173; and see Pynchon; Agnes (d. 1661), w. of Edw., 61; Sir Francis (d. 1632), 173; Francis M.P. (d. 1715), 173; Francis (d. c. 1720), 195; Francis (fl. 1753), 173; Francis Carr (d. 1739), 173; Sir John (d. 1539), 170, 173, 174, 203, 208, 209; Sir John, bt. (d. 1667), 173, 209; Kath., see Bertie; Marg., see Bourne; Nic., 173, 190; Philadelphia, w. of Sir John, bt., 209; Ric., 173; Susannah, see Ashhurst; Wm. (fl. 15th cent.), 173; Sir Wm. (d. 1625), 173; Wm. (d. 1626), 173, 200; Wm. (fl. 1675), v. of Thame, 204; fam., 113; arms of, 209

Clifford, de, Agnes, see Cundi; John (fl. 1279), 123, 137; John (d. 1299), of Frampton (Glos.), 123; Wal. (d. 1221), 123; Wal. (fl. 1236), 123; est., 130; fam., of Frampton (Glos.), 123

Clifton, de, Adelinus, 20, 67; Agnes, 20; Bart., 19; John, 19; Nic. (fl. 1240), 19; and see Burcot, de; Nic. (fl. 1279), 19; Ric., 20; Wm., 20

Clifton Ferry (Ferris), Berks., 17

Clifton Hampden, 2, 3, 16–27, 31, 50, 53, 65, 66, 71, 78; bridge, 16– 17; chars., 26–27; ch. bldg., 25–26; ch. hist., 23–25; civ. war, 18; Compt. cens., 22, 26; crop markings, 21; crops, 22; dom. arch., 17–18; ferry, 17; fields, 21, 22; fishery, 22; geol., 16; heath, 16, 28, 65; hos., 17, 18, 22; incl., 22; inns, 17; lesser est., 21; man. ho., 18; mans., 18–21; noncf., 26; occs., 23; P.N., 17; pop., 23; rds., 16, 17, 18; schs., 26; taxes, 21; top., 16– 18; vicarage, 18, 23; yeo. fam., 24

Clifton Hampden Nursing Association, 71

Clock-makers, 61, 183; and see House; Moore, of Clerkenwell; Stockford; Stone; Tomlinson

Coale, John, 83

Cobb, Wm., 40

Cobbet (Cobbett), John, 83, 85, 88

Cockerell, S. P., architect, 221

Coco, Wm., 152

Coenwulf, Mercian king, 30, 31, 35

Colchester (Essex), 31

Coldrell (Cowldwell), fam., 62

Coles, Thos., 144; Wm., 144

Coleville, de, Hen., sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, 174; Phil., 174

Colles, Wm., 131

Collingridge, Bart., 127; John (d. 1500), 127; John, s. of John, 127; Wm. and his w. Sarah, 127; fam., 62

Collins, John (fl. 1547), 210, 218; John (fl. 1846), of Wolvercote, 226

Colne (Essex), cell of Abingdon Abbey, 36

Colville, de, Hen., 174, 175, 176; Phil., 174; fam., 174, 175, 176

Committee of Both Kingdoms, 42

Conacher & Co., organ builders, 208

Congregationalism, 63, 109, 159, 165

Conyers, Art., 209

Cook, Ralph, 19; Steph., 209; Thos., 19

Coomb, John, preacher, 63

Coombe, John of, s. of Wm., 130; Ric. of, 131; Wm. of, 130; —, wid. of Wm. of, 138

Coombe, in Gt. Milton, 114, 115, 120, 122, 124, and passim; est., 138

Coombe Gernon (or Garnon) man., 128–9, 138

Cooper, Thos., 14

Copcourt, in Aston Rowant, 188

Cope, Sir Ant., of Hanwell, 91; Ursula, m. Sir John Doyley, 91; Sir Wm., 125, 126, 134, 136

Copland, Gabriel, 69; fam., 70

Coppin, Sir Geo., 120, 124; Rob., 124

Corker, fam., 96

Cornish, Jos., 151; Ric. (fl. 1639), of Adwell, 175; Ric. (fl. 1665), 191; Revd. Ric. (d. 1729), v. of Gt. Milton, 119, 140, 143; fam., 191

Cornwall, earls of, 175; and see Edm., Ric.

Corr, John, bell-founder, 37

Cottesmore, Amicia, see Bruley; Florence w. of Wm., 125; John (d. 1439), Chief Justice, 125; John (d. by 1474), 125; John (d. by 1519), 125; John (fl. 1533), 125; Marg. 125; Wm., 13, 125; man., see Milton, Little

Cotton, Hen. C., 97; Ric., prov. of Worc. Coll., Oxf. and vice-chancellor of Oxf. Univ., 95; Sir Sidney, 95; Wal., 95; fam., 95

Cottrell-Dormer, Sir Chas., 127; Sir Clement, 127

'Coucerell, Sir Ric.', see Cockerell, S. P., 221

Couling, Chas. (fl. 1844), 135; Chas. Robey, 143, 146; Mrs. Kate Eliz., 146

Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion, see Huntingdon, ctss. of

Court of Probate Act, 1857, 202

Courtenay, de, Rob., ld. of Sutton Courtenay, 32

Courtenay, Nuneham, see Nuneham Courtenay

Coutances, de, Wal., bp. of Lincoln, 178

Coven, Steph., preacher, formerly r. of Sampford Peverell (Devon), 63

Coventry, Eliz., see Graham; Geo., 3rd baron Coventry (d. 1680), 124; Geo. Wm., 6th earl of Coventry (d. 1809), 124; John, abbot of Abingdon, 29; John, 4th baron Coventry (d. 1687), 124; Thos., 1st baron Coventry, ld. keeper of the Great Seal (d. 1640), 124, 126, 138; Thos., 2nd baron Coventry (d. 1661), 124, 135; Thos., 5th baron Coventry, cr. vct. Deerhurst and earl of Coventry (d. 1699), 124; Sir Wm., 124; Winifred, w. of Thos., 5th baron Coventry, 124

Cowldwell, see Coldrell

Cowley, Ric., 209

Cowley Pressed Steel Co. Ltd., 185

Cox, John, 24; Rob., 63; Sarah, 63

Coxe, Revd. Hen. Octavius, cur. of Culham and Bodley's Librarian, 31

Cozens, Charlotte, w. of John, 158; Ellen, 158; Esther, w. of Thos. (d. 1789), 158; John, 152, 158; Mary Eliz., 158, 160; Rob., 158; Thos. (d. 1744), 152; Thos. (d. 1789), 152; Thos. (d. 1834), 158; Thos. (d. 1857), 152; —, dau. (d. 1903) of John, 158; fam., 152, 154, 160; char., 160

Cozens Bequest, the, 160

Cranstoun, Jas., architect, 59

Crawford, Lady, 71

Cray, Wm., 180

Crede, Thos. and his w. Marg. 131; and see Stockham

Crendon, Long (Bucks.), 180, 217; Bridge, 197; minister of, see Newborough

Crew, Matt., 215

Crews (Crewes), Rob., 209; Thos. (d. 1721/2), 209; Thos. (d. 1769), 209

Cripps, Bern., 193; Jas., 69; John (fl. 1739), of Haddenham, 193; John (d. c. 1825), 69; John (fl. 1850), 83; fam., 61, 84, 193

Croft, Sir Herb., 118

Croke, Chas., 227, 229; Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Wyndham, bt., 223; Sir Geo. (d. 1642), 221, 223, 224, 226, 229–30; Sir Geo. (d. 1680), 223, 224; Sir Geo. (fl. 18th cent.), 225; Geo., nephew of Sir Geo. (d. 1680), 223; Hen., r. of Waterstock, 223; Jane, see Onslow; John, 223; Mary, w. of Sir Geo. (d. 1642), 223; Sarah, m. Hen. Wigmore, 223; fam., 113, 221

Cromwell, Oliver, Ld. Protector, 18, 89, 91, 119; fam., 212

Cropredy, 148, 170

Crutchfield, fam., 101

Cuddesdon, deanery of, 35, 52, 87; par. 88

Culham, 1, 3, 16, 17, 18, 24, 27–39, 144; bridges, 27, and see Culham Bridge; ch. bldg., 36–37; ch. hist., 35–36; chars., 39; civ. war, 29, 31; Compt. cens., 34; crop system, 33; Culham Manor, 29; Cut, the, 28, 29; dom. arch., 29–30; ec. hist., 32–34; farms, 30, 33, 34; ferry, 28; fields, 33; fishery, 32; geol., 27; Hill, 27, 28, 31; Hythe, 27; incl., 28, 30, 33, 34, 35; inns, 30; locks, 17; man., 31–32; meadows, 33, 34; occs., 34; Otneys, the, 27, 33, 34, 35; P.N., 29; par. govt., 34–35; pec., 35; Poor's Allotment, 39; pop., 34; Prot. noncf., 38; rcty., 35, 36; Rcty. ho., 29, 30; rds., 27, 28; rlwy., 29; Rom. Cathm., 38; Rye Farm, 30; sanctuary rights, 30, 31; schs., 38, 39; top., 27–31; Training Coll., 30, 38, 39; Vic., 30; vics., 27, 35, 36; yeo. fams., 33; and see Andersey Island

Culham Bridge, 17, 27, 28, 32; battle of, 31

Culham Heath, 31

Cundi, de, Agnes, m. Wal. de Clifford, 123; Basilea, w. of Rog., 122, 137; Rog., 122, 137

Curson, Francis, 144; fam., 220

Cuttle Brook, in Thame, 162, 170, 188, 192

Cuxham Brook, 81, 82, 84

Cynegils, King of Wessex, 53

D

Dacre of the South, ld., see Fiennes

Dalderby, John, bp. of Lincoln, 163, 179

Dale, T. Lawrence, architect, 208

Dammory, Hugh, 46

Dandridge, Francis, 'pharmacop' of Lond., 61

Danes, the, 178

Danvers, Agnes, m. 1 Thos. Baldington, 2 Sir John Fray, 172; Anne, see Pury; Anne (fl. 1518), 129; Beatrice, see Verney; Dot., m. Nic. Huband, 129; Eliz., m. Thos. Cave, 129, 223; Eliz., see Preston; Emma, see Chevauchesul; Geof., 149; Hen. (fl. 1279), 152; Hen. and his w. Beatrice, 229; Joan, m. Ric. Fowler, 151, 173; Joan, see Bruley; John (fl. c. 1345), 149; John (fl. c. 1448), 172, 221, 223; John (d. 1508), 129, 223; John (d. 1517/18), 129, 223; Mary, 129; Ralph, 149, 150; Ric., 152; Rob. (fl. 1198), 149, 150; Rob. (fl. 1279), 3. 149, 150, 152; Rog. (fl. c. 1199), 150; Rog. (fl. 1279), 152; Sara, w. of Geof., 149; Simon, 149, 150; Sybil, see Fowler; Sir Thos. (d. 1501/2), of Waterstock, 116, 117, 124, 128, 129, 133, 134, 151, 172, 221, 223; Wm. (fl. c. 1160), 149; Wm. (fl. c. 1199), 150; Wm. (d. by 1247), 149; Wm. (d. 1504), 10, 127, 129, 223; Wm. (fl. 1524). 10; fam., 150, 152, 221, 226, 227, 229; arms of, 221; fee, 150, 152

Danyster, John, 70

Darling, Ric., mason, 5

Daubeny, Chas., theologian, 157

Daunce, John, of Thame, 181; Sir John, of Lond., 115, 181

Davey, Geo., 50, 54, 62, 63; Hen., 63; John, 63; Ric. and his w. Ann, 62; Rob. (fl. 1861), 50; Rob. (d. 1901), 63; Wm. (fl. c. 1717), 62; Wm. (d. 1767), 48; Wm. (fl. 1803 8), 54, 125; Wm. (d. 1831), 50, 62; fam., 42. 48, 50, 51, 54, 62, 63

Davis, Eleanor, wid. of Wm. (d. 1635), m. 2 John Cave, 118; Martha, see Sled; Ric., mapmaker, 50, 76, 93, 96, 122, 148, 154, 162, 170; Wm. (fl. late 16th cent.), 118; Wm. (d. 1635), 118; fam., 118

Davy, John, miller, 133; Wm., 135

Day, Edw., 71; Eliz., w. of John (fl. 1665), 70; Grace m. John Prince, 62; John (fl. mid-14th cent.), 32; John (fl. 1629), 55; John (fl. 1665), 68, 70; John (fl. 1706), 70; Ric., fisherman, 62; Rob., 70; Wal., fisherman and his w. Grace, 62; Mr. —, 213; fam., 26, 62, 70

Day's lock, see Wittenham Ferry

De Sancto Licio, see Senlis

Deane (Dean), Abr. (d. 1809), 80; Abr. (fl. 1851), 77; Wm., 80; fam., 80

Deerhurst, vct., see Coventry

Defoe, Dan., 163, 183

Delabere, John, bp. of St. David's, 19, 40, 74

Delafield, Revd. Thos., antiquary and v. of Milton, 90, 118, 122, 134, 140, 144, 145

Dene, Hen., 74

Dene, de la, Wm., 96

Dennis, Thos., 70; Thos., the younger, and his w. Ursula, 70

Denton, Prudence, 36

Denton, in Cuddesdon, 172

Depopulated vills., 114, 121, 122, 134, 170, 191

Deptford (Lond.), 65

Derby, earl of, 98

Dereman, Ric., 180

Derman, John, v. of Thame, 210

Despenser, Hugh, 9; fam., 11

Devereux, Rob., earl of Essex (d. 1646), 161, 208

Deverill, Thos., 159

Dickie, Prof., 167

Didcot (Berks.), 28, 29

Dighton, Alice, 2nd w. of John Dormer, 127

Dill, Lt. Dav. Gordon, 108

Disowned, The, (1829), by Edw. Bulwer Lytton, 95

Ditton, in Stoke Poges (Bucks.), 9

d'lvry, Rog., 127, 128, 129, 130

Dixon, Thos., 213

Doddington, John, 20

Dodwell, Miss —, 217

Doget, Hen., 96

d'Oilly, Guy, 126; Hen. (fl. 1166), 126; Hen. (d. 1232), 126; John (d. c. 1228), 126; Nigel, 126; Rob., 126; fam., 126; fee in Ascot, 114

Dorchester, 16, 24, 30, 36, 39–64, 67, 72 and passim; archaeol., 40, 44; Bishop's survey in, 45–46; Bridge End, 41; bridges, 39, 40, 41; Camoys Ct., 12; ch. bldg., 56–61; ch. hist., 52–56; chars., 64; civ. war, 42, 61; common lands, 48, 50; Compt. cens., 62, 63; crops, 47, 48, 50; curs., 55, 56, 70; Day's Lock, 40; dom. arch., 41, 42; ec. hist., 44–51; farms, 48–50, model farm, 50; fields, 46, 47, 48; fisheries and locks, 44, 45, 46; geol., 39; hos.: Bishop's Ct., Bishop's Palace, 'The Gyld', 41; housing ests., 39, 41; incl. 43, 47, 48, 50; inns, 41, 51; lesser ests., 43–44; man. cts., 48, 51; mans., 20, 42–43; mills, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46; monastic bldgs., 42; P. N., 41; par. govt., 51–52; pec., 52–56, 78, 87, 88, 89; pec. ct., 15, 89; poor rel., 51, 52; pop., 46, 48, 50, 100; Prot. noncf., 63; rcty., 54; rds., 27, 28, 39, 40, 65; Rom. Cathm., 61–63, 71; Romano-British, 39, 40, 41; St. Birinus ch., 63; sch. ho., 42; schs., 26, 38, 63–64, 71; taxes, 46; top., 39–42; vics., 55–56; yeo. fams., 62; and see Berinsfield, Overy

Dorchester, bpric. of, 1, 2, 18, 130, 152, 160, 170, 178, 199; bps. of, 55, 96, 178, 186; and see Aeschwine, Oscytel, Remigius, St. Birinus, Wulfwig; food rents, 67; palace, 41; prop. in Thame, 162; suffragan bp., 52

Dorchester, hundred of, 1–4, 8, 53, 93, 114; and see Hunesworde; hund. ct., 18, 20, 68, 75, 85, 96

Dorchester Abbey, 23, 78, 87, 88, 139, 142; abbots of, 12, 53, 85, 116; and see Beweforest, March, Smith, Sutton; brasses, 60; canons of, 53, 55; and see Carnell, Ralph, Tew; chaps. of, 15, 53, 87; and see Chislehampton, Clifton Hampden, Drayton, Stadhampton; est. in the Baldons, 2, 3, 20, 42, 67, 68, 73; prebs. of, 23, 24, 53; prebends of, 53, 87

Dorchester Bridge, see Dorchester

Dorchester Theological Coll., see SS. Peter and Paul

Dormer, aisle, 181; Ho., see under Ascot; monument, 142, 143

Dormer, Alice, see Dighton; Ambrose, 121, 122, 124, 125, 127, 143; Anna Maria, see Waller; Eliz., wid. of Wm. (d. 1563), m. 2 Hugh Hollinshead, 172, 175; Geof. (d. 1503), merchant of the Calais Staple, 124, 148, 167, 172, 175, 181, 186, 203; Geof. (d. 1537), 172, 190; Jane, see Giffard; Jane, wid. of Ambrose, m. 2 Wm. Hawtrey, 121; Lt.-Gen. Jas. (d. 1741), 83; Sir John (d. 1626/7), of Dorton, 84, 88, 167, 172, 175; John (d. 1728), of Ascot, 84, 127, 144; Kath., see Spencer; Sir Mic. (d. 1545), ld. mayor of London, 121, 124, 125, 127, 167, 172, 181; Sir Mic. (d. 1624), 122, 124, 127, 143, 144; Sir Rob. (fl. 1518), of W. Wycombe, 127, 134; Rob. (fl. 1594), miller, 193; Sir Rob. (d. 1649), of Ascot, Long Crendon, and Dorton (Bucks.), 83, 90, 127, 144; Wm. (d. 1563), s. of Sir Mic. (d. 1545), 172, 175, 181; Sir Wm. (d. 1683), the Splendid, of Ascot, 84, 122, 127, 129, 135, 144; Ldy., w. of Sir Mic. (d. 1624), 143; Master, see Geof., Dormer (d. 1537); fam., 113, 120, 121, 124, 127, 137, 140, 144, 167, 172, 175; and see CottrellDormer

Dormer Leys Farm, in Attington, see Attington

Dorrington, Chas., 215; Chas. Theoph., 209

Dorset, earl of, see Sackville

Dorton (Bucks.), 125, 172, 175

Dowbiggin, Sam., architect, 8, 15

Doxey, Isaac, 213

Doyley, Sir Cope, 10, 88; Dot., m. 1 Thrs., 2 John Owen, 91; Frances, w. of John (d. 1569), 10; Hen., 10; Jane, see Loggon; John (d. 1569), 10; Sir John (d. 1623), 8, 10, 91; John (d. 1660), M.P., 10, 85, 89; John, later cr. bt. (d. 1709), 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 89, 91; Sir John (d. 1746), 10, 88, 146; Marg. (d. 1707), w. of Sir John (d. 1709), 91; Martha w. of Sir Cope, 10; Mary, see Shirley; Rob., 10; Rob. (fl. 1597), of Hambleden, 74, 83; Rob. (fl. 1657), 83; Thos. (d. 1545), 10; Sir Thos. (fl. 1748), 8, 10; Tim., 83; Ursula, w. of John (d. 1623), see Cope; fam., 1, 2, 5, 8, 10, 12, 13, 83, 84, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 144, 158

Doyley Bridge, see Chislehampton

Drake, John, 66

Draycott (Bucks.), 175, 220, 225

Drayton, Eliz. (fl. 1442), dau. of Nic., m. Pet. Idle, 74; Eliz. (d. 1461), dau. of Sir John, m. 1 Chris. Preston, 2 John, baron Wenlock, 19; Isabella, w. of Sir John, 60; Joan, 19; Sir John, 27, 60; Nic. (d. by 1402), 19, 73, 74; Nic., s. of Nic., 74; Sir Ric. (fl. 1442), 40, 74; Ric. (d. 1464), 60; Wm., 60; fam., 60, 66; arms, 60

Drayton (Bucks.), 214

Drayton by Wallingford, later Drayton St. Leonard, 72.

Drayton St. Leonard, 3, 39, 53, 68, 71–81, 87, 88, 136, 145, 149; bridges, 72; char., 81; ch. bldg., 79–80; ch. hist., 78–79; civ. war, 74; Compt. cens., 78; crops, 76, 78; curs., 24; dom. arch., 71–73; ec. hist., 74–78; farms, 76, 77, 78; field system, 78; fords, 72; Haseley Barn or Tithe Barn, 72; incl., 76, 78; inns, 73; mans., 73–74; noncf., 80–81; P.N., 71, 74; poor re)., 78; pop., 78; Rcty., 72; rcty., 79; rds., 40, 71; schs., 81; top., 71– 73; wds., 71; yeo. fams., 75, 76

Dudley, Edm., 12

Dudley (Staffs.), hon. of, 3, 9

Duff, Adam, 97; R. Fraser, 97

Dunch, Edm. (d. 1623), 19, 20, 40, 43; Edm. (d. 1678), 43, 44; Edm. (d. 1719), 43, 44, 47; Eliz. (d. 1751), m. Sir Cecil; Bisshop, 38; Eliz. (d. 1779), m. Sir Geo. Oxenden, 44; Hungerford, 43, 64; Wm., of Little Wittenham, 20, 40, 43, 44; fam., 21, 22

Dunn, T., 84

Dunning (fl. 12th cent.), 45

Dunsden, de, Wal., 152

Dunt, Revd. John, cur. of Drayton, 79

Durham, bps. of, see Howson, Kirkham

E

East, John, carpenter, 206

East Hendred, see Hendred

Eaton, Humph., 225; fam., 225

Eaton, Water, 217

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 36, 126, 139, 210

Edgar, King, 2

Edgbaston (Warws.), 110

Edgerley, Agnes, wid. of Rob., m. 2 Sir Thos. Benger, 120, 126; Kath., see Belson; Rob., 120, 126, 134, 143; fam., 118

Edmund, King, 27, 31

Edmund, duke of York, 161

Edmund, earl of Cornwall, 61, 64

Education, Board of, 216; Minister of, 64

Education Act (1902), 217

Education Act (1944), 215

Edward the Confessor, King, 35

Edward the Elder, King, 178

Edward I, King, 60, 61, 161, 174, 176

Edward II, King, 161, 182

Edward IV, King, 116

Edward VI, King, 3, 83, 177, 181, 207, 210

Edwards, Capt. Lancelot Kerby, 143

Eeles, Thos., 213

Eels, Lt. John, 91

Egerley, see Edgerley

Egfrith, s. of Offa, 30

Eggerley, see Edgerley

Eldridge, Wm., 119, 143; fam., 119

Elias, priest of Waterstock, 226

Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, 94

Elizabeth I, Queen, 20, 28, 42, 44, 83, 90, 120, 142, 181, 182

Elizabeth II, Queen, 90, 143

Ellis, A. M., 142; Chas., printer, 184; John, r. of Wheatfield, 209; Rebecca, see Petty; Revd. Thos., v. of Milton, 140, 143

Elurich, see Wlwrich

Elys, John (fl. 1440), chpl. of Thame, 203; John s. of Thos., 180, 188; Ric. (fl. 13th cent.), clk., 180, 187; Ric. (fl. 1340), v. of Thame, 203; Rob., merchant, 180; Thos., 180, 187; fam., 180, 187, 188

Emigration, 23, 52, 137, 196

Emigré clergy, French, 211

Emmington, 196, 223, 226

Englefield, Cecily, m. Wm. Fowler, 128, 229; Eliz., see Quatremain; Nic., 128; fam., 128

Epwell, 2, 3, 149

Essex, 31, 167

Essex, earl of, see Devereux

Etchells, Fred., 16

Etherege, Dr. Geo. (fl. 1550), Regius prof. of Greek, Oxf., 161, 210; Geo. (fl. 1606), s. of Thos., 210, 211; Thos. and his w. Mary, 210; fam., 210, 211

Eton Coll. (Berks.), 28; prov. of, see Savile

Eugenius III, Pope, 23, 53

Eugenius IV, Pope, 31

Eustace, Thos., 133

Evans, —, cur. of Stadhampton, 89

Evesham, Epiphonius, 143

Ewelme, 43, 44, 47; hon. of, 128; 131; hund. of, 3, 71, 78, 81

Exchequer, ld. chief baron of the, see Skynner

Exeter Coll., Oxf., 17

Exlade Street, in S. Stoke, 3, 93, 95, 99, 101, 106

Eynsham Abbey, 2, 3, 119, 139, 200; abbots of, 45, 96, 97; cellarer of, 200; prop. of, 93, 96, 98, 99, 100, 103, 122

F

Fairfax, Sir Thos., 161

Fane, S. A., 158

Faritius, abbot of Abingdon, 32, 35

Fell, John, dean of Ch. Ch. Oxf., and bp. of Oxf., 161

Felowe, John, 96

Fendus, see Fiennes

Fenners, Messrs., chairmakers, 184

Ferant, Hen., 85

Ferguson, W. H., 109; fam., 109

Ferme, Ralph, 154

Fermor, Agnes, m. Sir Ric. Wenman, 211; Sir Geo., 211

Fettiplace, Sir Chas. (d. 1714), 43, 44; Chas. (d. 1805), 43, 44; Edm. (d. 1613), of Swinbrook, 40, 43, 44; Sir Edm. (d. 1707), 43; Eliz., see Ashfield; Sir Geo. (d. 1743), 43, 64; John (d. 1657), 43; Sir John d. 1672), 43; Lorenzo, 43; Ric. Gorges, 43; Rob., 43; Thos. Bushell, 43; Wm., 43; Ldy. —, 63; fam., 44, 51, 53, 55, 59; est., 44, 54, 64

Field, Ben., brewer, 184

Fienlys, see Fiennes

Fiennes, Sir Jas., later Ld. Saye and Sele, 127, 223, 227; Joan, wid. of Sir Wm., m. 2 Stephen de Valence, 126; Sir John (d. 1551), of Hurstmonceux, 126; Sir Ric., later Ld. Dacre of the South, 127; Sir Rog., 126; Sir Wm. (fl. 1359), 126; Sir Wm. (fl. 1378), 126; fam., 137

Fiennes (Fendus or Fienlys), de, Joan, see Jordan, Sir John, 126, 131

Fifield, in Benson, 2, 3, 46

Figg, Jas., 161

Fingest (Bucks.), 13, 68, 115

Finstock, in Charlbury, 149

Fisher, Master John, v. of Gt. Milton, 140

Fishwick, Hilary, v. of S. Stoke, 106, 107

FitzAnsculf, Wm., 9, 12; fam., 13

Fitzellis, Bona, (?) w. of John Bruley, 222

Fleetwood, Col., 42

Fleming, Ric., bp. of Lincoln, 123

Fletcher, Mrs. Sarah, 61

Foliot, Bart. (fl. 12th cent.), 222; Sir Bart. (fl. 1236), 222, 226; Kath. m. Sir Hen. Bruley, 222; Ric., 222; Sir Wm. and his 2nd w. Agnes, 222

Fontibus, de, Alice, m. Hugh, const. of the bp. of Lincoln, 174; Fulk, 174; Hervey, 174; Parnell, m. Hugh de Braimuster, 174

Ford, Mrs. Ann, 76; Augustine and his w., 70

Forester, the, John, 130, 137; Jordan, 126

Forrest, Wm., poet and monk, 204

Forster, Humph., 74

Fortescue, Sir Adrian, 178; Anne, see Stonor; —, dau. of Sir Adrian, m. Sir Thos. Wentworth, 178

Forth, Eliz., see Baldry; Rob., 151

Fosset, Francis and his w. Mary, 158

Fowler, Cicely, see Englefield; Joan, see Danvers; Ric. (d. 1477), chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 151, 152, 173, 176; Ric. (d. 1528), 151, 173; Sybil, m. Thos. Danvers, 129, 223; Wm. (fl. 1428), 128, 229; fam., 229

Fox, Sir John Chas. and his w. Mary Louisa, 108

Frampton-on-Severn (Glos.), 123

Frankelyn, John, 68

Frankelyn, le, Hugh, 68

Franklin, Edw., 135, 136, 144; Thos. 83; Wm., 83; Mrs., 84

Fray, Agnes, see Danvers; John and his w., 172

Frestone, de, Jas., v. of Gt. Milton, 140

Frewin, Eleanor, 71; Mary, 71

Friends, Soc. of, 63

Fritwell, 179

Froston, Rob., 20

Fry, Thos., cur. of Stadhampton, 89

Frylond, John, 66

Fulbrooke, fam., 94

Funge, Rob., 218, 219; Thos., 218

Furness Abbey (Lancs.), 169

G

Gage, Sir Hen., 31

Gainsford, Rob., 38

Galey, John, 208

Gamel (fl. 12th cent.), a miller, 32

Gardener, Ric., mercer and alderman of Lond., 180

Gardner, T., 216; W. H., 169

Garnon, see Coombe Gernon man.

Garsington, 88, 119, 172

Geary, John, 213; fam., 213

Geoffrey (de Camera) of the Chamber, 20

Geoffrey of Chilworth, 129

George I, King, 38

George III, King, 50, 95

George Inn (later Hotel), the, in Dorchester, 41, 51

Gerard, Fr. John, 211

Gernon, Eliz., dau. of Sir John, m. Sir John Rycote, 128; John (fl. 1279), 128, 130, 131; John (fl. 1327), 128; Sir John (d. 1339), of E. Lavington, 128; Juliana, 128; Ric., of Coombe, and his w. Lucy, 128; Rog. (fl. 1223), 128; Rog. (fl. 1243), 128, 138; Sir Rog. (fl. 1274), 138; est., 138

Gibbons, Hen., 197

Gibbs, Alban, 2nd baron Aldenham, 18, 70; Sir Geof. and Ldy., 18, 20, 23, 24; Geo. Hen., banker, 20, 25; Hen. Hucks, 1st baron Aldenham, 17, 18, 20, 21, 23, 25; Revd. John Lomax, v. of Clifton Hampden, 18, 25; Revd. Jos., 18, 25, 27; Lillie, Ldy. Aldenham, w. of 3rd baron, 17, 20; fam., of Clifton Hampden, 23, 24, 66, 70; and see Aldenham

Giffard, Jane, dau. of John, m. Sir John Dormer, 172; John, 172

Gilbert, Eliz. Marg., philanthropist, 31

Gillam, Revd. G. H., v. of Culham, 37

Gillett, —, of Croydon, bell-founder, 229; Miss—, 217

Glass, med. painted, 37, 59, 61, 80, 142, 158, 207, 210, 228–9; mod. painted, 16, 25, 37, 61, 109, 142, 144, 158, 210, 228–9

Glass-painters and designers, see Bell, M. Farrer; Bryans; Bucknall & Comper; Castell; Clayton & Bell; Hardman; Heaton, Butler & Bayne; Howard; Kaye & Pemberton; Kempe; Morris; O'Connor; Pace; Peckitt; Powell & Sons; Willement; Willis

Glazier, Thos., 180

Glazier, the, Adam, 180; Alice, 180; Hen., 180; John (1), 180; John (2), 180; Wm., 180

Gloucester, Ric., duke of, 74

Gloucester (Glos.), 40, 65

Goatley, Geo., 92

Godfrey, Denis, mon. designer, 37

Goodrich, Master Wm., v. of Thame, 204

Goosey (Berks.), 31

Gorges, Diana Frances, 54; Ric., see Fettiplace

Goring, 93, 97, 98; Heath, 93, 106, 110; Priory, 68

Graham, Eliz., m. 1 Thos., vct. Deerhurst and earl of Coventry, 2 Thos. Savage, 124

Granger, Jon., merchant of Lond., 61

Granville, earl, see Carteret

Gravesend, Ric., bp. of Lincoln, 179

Gray, Hen., and his w. Anne, 175

Grayson, Ant., princ. of St. Edmund Hall, Oxf., 144; Cath., wid. of Ant., 144, 146; H., architect, 142

Great Hampden (Bucks.), see Hampden, Gt.

Great Harrowden (Northants.), see Harrowden, Gt.

Great Haseley, see Haseley, Gt.

Great Kimble (Bucks.), see Kimble, Gt.

Great Milton, see Milton, Gt.

Great Western Rlwy., 39, 225

Greaves, Col. —, 161

Greene, John, 211.

GreenmoorHill, in S. Stoke, 93, 95

Greenwood, Mrs. —, char. of, 38, 39

Gregory IX, Pope, 35

Grene, John, 134; Sir Mic., 124, 125, 126; Sir Wm., 120, 124, 126, 129; fam., 113, 120, 125, 129

Grening fam., 154

Grenville, later Nugent-TempleGrenville, Geo., 1st mqss. of Buckingham (d. 1813), 211; Ric., 127

Grey, de, Reg. and his w. Eliz., 149

Griffith, Revd. Maurice, v. of E. Claydon (Bucks.), and his w. Eliz., 38, 39, 144, 146

Grisewood, Col. Harman, 167, 211

Grosseteste, Rob., bp. of Lincoln, 155, 179, 202

Groves, —, builder, 37

Gryning, John and his w. Alys, 158

Gutch, John, antiquary, 227

Guy, J. H., 72

H

Haddenham (Bucks.), 127, 179

Hadenham, de, Master John, r. of Waterstock, 226

Hagbourne (Berks.), 28

Hailey, Dr. Edm., Savilian prof. of Geometry, Oxf., 147

Hall, John, 167; Nic., 176; Rob., 218; fam., 180

Hallet, Wm., 40, 44

Halton, in Aylesbury (Bucks), 166

Hambleden (Bucks.), 10, 79

Hampden, Sir Alex., of Hartwell (Bucks.), 177; Edw., 19; Eliz., see Preston; John, 122, 148, 161, 221; Marg., m. Thos., 2nd vct. Wenman of Tuam, 177; Miles, 17, 19; Ric., 19, 212; Thos., 19, 66; fam., 161, 212

Hampden, de, Alex., 175, 187; Marina, w. of Alex., 175; Reg., 175; fam., lds. of Gt. Hampden (Bucks.), 175

Hampden, Great, (Bucks.), lds. of, see Hampden, de, fam.

Hampton Gay, 171

Handsworth (Staffs.), 9

Hannam, Hen., 69, 70; fam., 65, 69, 70

Hannes (Hanney), Eliz., m. Wm. Barber, 108; Ric., 94, 96, and his w. Jane, 108; fam., 94

Hardman, —, glass-painter, 61

Hardy, Cath., see Stanyan; Cath., grd. dau. of Sir Chas., 97; Adm. Sir Chas., 95, 97; fam., 97

Hareng, Ralph (fl. 1223), 128; Ralph (fl. 1242), 128

Harewedon, de, Hen., bro. of Rob. (d. by 1318), 9; Hen., s. of Hen., 10; Rob. (d. by 1318), 9, 10, 12; Rob. (fl. 1327), 9. 10; Rob. (fl. 1346), 10

Harpenden, Wm. of, 128

Harpesford (Herford) Bridge, see Wheatley Bridge

Harrington, Sir Jas., 182

Harris, Dan., architect, 169; Edw., hdmaster of Thame Gr. Sch., 208–9; Nic., 142; Rob., pres. of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 91

Harrowden, Gt. (Northants.), 177, 178, 211

Hart, John, 219

Hart & Son, 25

Hartcliffe, John, cur. of Stadhampton, 89, 91

Hartwell (Bucks.), 177

Harward, Kemp, M.D., 97, 108; Lucy, w. of Kemp, see Smith; Lucy, dau. of Kemp, m. John Head, 97, 108

Haseley, Gt., 5, 12, 67, 83, 124, 140; Brook, 81; char., 68, 69, 72, 74, 77; man., 124; par., 160, 162; sch., 92, 146

Haseley, Little, 131

Hashett (Haslett), Geo., 211

Hastings, battle of, 35

Hatchman, Rog., 43, 44, 47

Hawkins, Chas., 143; Ric., 209

Hawtrey, Jane, see Dormer; Thos., 121; Wm., merchant of the Muscovy Co., 121; fam., 121

Haydon, Mr. —, 154

Haynes, Thos., 209

Hayward, John, architect, 143, 144

Head, John, 97, 108; Lucy, see Harward

Hearne, Thos., antiquary, 32, 41, 61, 144, 147, 150, 227

Heath, Rob. (d. 1695), mason, 209; Revd. Rob. (d. 1743), 209; Rob. (d. 1765), 209

Heaton, Butler &Bayne, glasspainters, 142

Hedges, Edw., 122; John, 126, 135; Rob., 135; Thos., and his w. and dau., 209; fam., 138, 191

Hellier, R. S., 83; Revd. Shaw, 83; fam., 84

Hems, H., 144

Hendred, East, (Berks.), 217

Hendreth, de, Rob., abbot of Abingdon, 32

Heneage, Geo., can. of Lincoln, 200

Henley, Jos., 172

Henley, 27, 28, 46

Henley and Dorchester Turnpike Trust, 40

Hennant, Thos., v. of Thame, and his w., 204, 211

Henry I, King, 9, 30, 31, 32, 35, 97 99, 103, 162, 170

Henry II, King, 117, 149, 170

Henry III, King, 169, 202

Henry VII, King, 31, 115, 181

Henry VIII, King, 120, 160

Henry the glazier, 180

Henton, in Chinnor, 175

Herbert, Phil., M.P., of Tythrop 177, 209; Sophia, vctss. Wenman (d. 1787), m. Phil. 6th vct. Wenman, 170, 177

Hereford (Heref.), 50, 136; bp. of, see Westfalling

Hervey, Hen., 108

Hester, Vincent, cordwainer, 181; fam., 181, 200

Heythrop, 129, 175

Higgs, Barton, 108; Dr. Griffith, dean of Lichfield, 94, 106, 108, 110, 111; Jas., mayor of Wallingford, 108; Mary, see Barton; Nic., 94; fam., 94, 101, 108

Highways Act of Edward VI, 1550, 197

Highways Construction Co., 225

High Wycombe, see Wycombe

Hills, C. H., 216

Hinde, Revd. Chas., v. of Waterstock, 222, 227, 229; Francis and his w., 229

Hinkins &Frewin Ltd., of Oxf., builders, 221

Hinton, Revd. John, v. of Gt. Milton, 140, 145

Hobday, Ann, dau. of Ric., 158; Wm., 158

Hockley, Miss —, 217

Hodges, Thos., of Stepney, joiner, 221

Hodson, H. B., architect, 167, 207

Holbeach, Hen., bp. of Lincoln, 12, 42, 66, 83, 171

Holcombe, in Drayton St. Leonard, 3, 18, 19, 60; Grange, 71–73, 75– 77, 79

Holcum (fl. 13th cent.), a kt., see Robert of Little Holcombe

Holden, Wm., 180

Hollingshed (Hollinshead), Eliz., see Dormer; Hugh, 172, 181

Holt, Ellen, see Jones; Sir John, Ld. Chief Justice, 161; Martha, 210; Ralph, 150; Susan, see Petty; Thos., 150; arms, 210

Holton, 117, 128

Holton Park Sch., 217

Holy Cross Fraternity, Abingdon, see Abingdon, Christ's Hosp.

Holy Trinity, see Christ Church, Canterbury

Home Guard, the, 143

Home Missionary Board, 217

Honorius II, Pope, 170

Honywood, Edw., 224

Hood, Ric., 82

Hooper, Geo., 66

Hopkins, alias Yonge, Joan, 21

Hopper, Thos., architect, 221

Horn, Sam., 212, 213

Hornbill, H.M.S., see Royal Naval Air Station, Culham

Horne, fam., 96

Hornsby, Mr. —, 213

Horspath, 129

Hospitallers (Order of St. John of Jerusalem), 152

Hothersall, Fr. Wm., 211

House, Chas., clock-maker, 183

Howard, F. E., architect, 61, 210

Howes, Edw., 212, 213; Jas., noncf. minister, 109; Jos., 213

Howlands, Thame carriers, 184

Howletts, Thame coach-builders, 184

Howson, Revd. John, v. of Gt. Milton, later bp. of Oxf. and bp. of Durham, 140

Hoyville, de, Phil., 3; Wm., 3, 46

Huband (Hubard or Hubowle), Dot., see Danvers; John, 129; Nic., 129, 138; Ralph, 129

Hucks, Rob. (d. 1745), M.P., 20, 24; Rob. (fl. 1814), 20; fam., 20

Huddleston, Ant., 12; Frances, m. Sir Mic. Molyns, 12; Isabella, see Williams; Mary, see Barentine; Ric., 177

Huggins, G. R., 71

Hugh, abbot of Abingdon, 35

Hugh, bp. of Lincoln, 174

Hugh (fl. 12th cent.), const. of bp. of Lincoln, and Alice his w., 174, 176; and see Fontibus

Hugh, miller, 84

Hugh le Franklyn, 68

Hughendon (Bucks.), 179

Hughes, Rob., v. of S. Stoke, 106

Hughes Trust, 213

Hull, Wm., 35

Humphrey, Judith, m. 1 Thos. Bury (d. 1614), 2 —, 3 Sir Edm, Cary (d. 1637), 32; Lawr., pres. of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., and dean of Winchester, 32; arms, 37

Hunfredus the priest (fl. 12th cent.), 45

Hunesworde, 2, 8, and see Handsworth

Hunt, L. D., 216; Wm., 184

Hunt &Staples, Thame, 184

Huntingdon, ctss. of, connexion of, 94, 109, 110, 212

Huntingdonshire, sheriff of, see Coleville

Hurstmonceux (Suss.), 126

Hutt, A. E., 158

Hyde, John (fl. 15th cent.), 98; John (fl. 1538), 32; Thos. (fl. 1503), 98; Thos. (fl. 1538), 36; Thos. (fl. 1540), 98; and see De la Hyde fam.; man., see S. Stoke

Hyde, De la, Isabella, 98; Sir Ric., 68, 98; Rog. (fl. 1227), 98; Sir Rog. (fl. 1250), 98; fam. of, in Berks., 98

I

Ickford (Bucks.), 150, 172, 220

Icknield Way, 93, 95, 99, 163, 178

Ideley, Pers(e) and his two wives, 60

Idle, Anne, 2nd w. of Pet., 74; Eliz., see Drayton; Eliz., dau. of Pet., 74; Pet., 74; Ric., 74; Thos., 74; Wm., 74

Incorporated Ch. Bldg. Soc., 144

Independents, 38, 144, 159, 213, 214

Inge, Iseult, see St. Pierre; Joan, m. (Eudo) La Zouche, 123; Thos., 123; Sir Wm., 120, 123, 131; —, 1st w. of Sir Wm., 123; fam., 129, 137

Ingleby, Pet., 38

Ingoldsby, fam., 212

Ingulf, abbot of Abingdon, 30

Inns, see under par. entries, and also George Inn, Swan Inn

Ipsden, 97

Ireland, 165

Ireton, Gen. Hen., 221

Iseward (fl. 1086), 2

Isted, Ambrose, 126; Thos., 126

Ives, Mrs. Eliz., 83; John, 133, 134; Wm., mercer, 82, 86

Ivry, see d'Ivry

J

Jackson, John (fl. 1560), 20; John (fl. 1661), 209; John (fl. 1898), 198; Mr. —, sculptor, 209; fam., 80

Jacques, W., 197

James I, King, 24, 26, 70, 91

James II, King, 70

James (fl. 1086), 11

Jemmett, Francis and his w. Mary, 143

Jemott, Hen., 154

Jennings, Sarah, 1st dchss. of Marlborough, 151

Jerusalem, 174

Jessop, Jas., 65

Jesuits, see Society of Jesus

Jesus Coll., Oxf., 90

Jews, 9, 12, 123, 149

Joan, dau. of Jordan the forester, see Jordan

John, King, 174

John, s. of Wm. of Coombe, 129, 130

John, organ-maker, 208

John the forester, 130, 137

John the glazier (1), 180

John the glazier (2), 180

John atte Streete, 123

John of the Bridge, 85

Johns, Rob., 204

Johnson, Steph. John, 218, 219

Jones, Ann, w. of Chas. Edw., 61; Ann, w. of Jas., 91; Chas. Edw., 91; Ellen, m. Ralf Holt, 150; Jas. (d. 1767), 91; Jas., s. of Jas. (d. 1767), 91; Ric., 76; Wal., 150; Wm., Theologian, 157; Wm. (fl. 1850), 83; fam., 83

Jordan the forester, 126; Joan, dau. of, m. 1 John de Fiennes, 2 Sir Adam de Shareshull, 126

Juggins, Thos., 193, 215

Julius II, Pope, 169

Justice, fam., 98

K

Kaye &Pemberton, glass-painters, 16

Keate, Hugh, 96; Ric., 22

Keene, Revd. Phil., 56; Ric., bellfounder, 158, 229

Keith, I. J., silversmith, 26

Kelway, Edw., 200

Kempe, C. E., glass-painter, 25

Kendall, Revd. John, v. of Gt. Milton, 140

Kennett, Sarah, see Smith; White, v. of Ambrosden and later bp. of Peterborough, 222; Col. or Capt. (fl. 1814), 61

Kennett-Barrington, Guy Nevill Eaglestone, 43

Kennicott, Revd. Ben., v. of Culham, 30, 31, 36, 37

Kent, dchss. of, 215

Kent, John (fl. 15th cent.), r. of Waterstock, 226; John (d. 1737), 209; Dr. John Jony (d. 1814), 146

Keppel, Wm., vct. Barrington, 172

Keppel-Palmer, H. G. and Mrs., 167

Kimble, Great (Bucks.), v. of, see Swinnock

King, Hen., bp. of Chichester, 161; Isaac, 97, 103, 106, 108, 109, 110; Ric. Pocock, 110; Rob., abbot of Thame and 1st bp. of Oxford, 150, 161, 169, 177; Steph., 212; fam., 180

Kingston, Jos., 154

Kingston Blount, 196

Kirke, Wm., miller, 84

Kirkham, de, Wal., preb. of Gt. Milton, dean of St. Martin's-in-theFields, Lond., and bp. of Durham, 123

Kirtlington, 13

Knapp, Augustine, 96, 97, 111; Dot., m. Lawr. Stanyan, 97; Hen. s. of John, 97; Hen., s. of Ric. (d. 1674), 97, 111; Hester, see Clarke; John, 97; Mary, dau. of Hen. (d. 1674), m. Sir Ric. Temple, 97

Knight, Ellis (fl. early 17th cent.), bell-founder, 108, 143, 210; Ellis (fl. 1673), bell-founder, 143; Hen., (fl. 1616), bell-founder, 91, 108, 229; Hen. (fl. 1673), bell-founder, 143

Knollys, Sir Francis (d. 1629), 167; Francis, M. P. (d. 1757), 167; Sir Francis, bt., M.P. (d. 1772), 167; Ldy. (fl. 1567), 36

Kydewelly, Geof., 96; Morgan, 96

Kynaston, Revd. Herb., cur. of Culham and high master of St. Paul's Sch., 31

Kynwolmarsh, Wm., preb. of Thame, 210

L

Lace-making, 184

Lacey, Sam., 195, 197, 210, 214

Lachford, in Gt. Haseley, 124, 131; fam. of, see Peppard

Lamboll, Ric., 226

Lamborne (Berks.), 226

Lamborne, Ric., 226

Lancaster, chancellor of duchy of, see Fowler

Lancastrians, 11

Langtree, hund., 93

Lashlake, see Thame

Latham, John, 84; Ric., 84; Thos., 50, 61; W. J. R., 158

Latimer, vct., see Osborne

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 117, 207

Launton, 64

Lavington, East (Wilts.), 128

Lawrence, John, mason, 206; Thos., 183; Wm., 183

Lazenby, Geo., 74

Leasonby, Ben., carpenter, 59

Leaver, Edw., 209; Ric., 209, 219

Lee, Douglas Cameron, 209; Revd. Fred. (d. 1841), cur. of Thame, 209; Revd. F. G. (fl. 1888), antiquarian, 158, 169; Dr. Herb. Grove, 208, 209; Mary, w. of Dr. H. G., 208; Dr. Ric., 198, 209, 210; Tim. Newmarch (d. 1794), 209; Revd. Tim. Tripp (d. 1840), v. of Thame, and hdmaster of Thame Gr. Sch., 157, 205, 209, 211; Winifred, 210; fam., 209

Leeson, Revd. Matt., 212

Legge, Col. Wm., 161

Leicester, 157

Leicester, Rob. Sydney, 16th earl of (d. 1677), see Sidney

Leicestershire, 174

Leland, John, antiquary, 5, 28, 30, 40, 41, and passim

Lenton, Miss J. T., 143

Leo III, Pope, 35

Lete, Rog., s. of, 186

Letsome, Revd. Sampson, v. of Thame, 204

Lewes, John and his w. Agnes, 20

Lewis, Revd. Edw., r. of Waterstock, and Emmington, 227, 229

Lewknor, Eleanor, see Camoys; Jane, m. 1 Sir Art. Poole, 2 Sir Wm. Barentine, 12; Sir Rog. (d. 1478), of Trotton (Suss.), 11, 123; Sir Rog. (d. 1543), 11, 12; Sir Thos. (d. 1484), 11; fam., 11, 12, 123, 138

Lewknor, de, Geof. (fl. c. 1229), 187; Sir Geof. (d. c. 1283), 3, 12, 13, 21, 66, 67, 68, 177; Geof. (fl. 1316), 66, 178; John (fl. 1306), of Heythrop, 175; John (fl. 1316), of Burcot, 66, 175, 178; John (fl. 1337), of Heythrop, 175; John (fl. 1346), s. of John of Burcot, 66, 178; John, s. of John (fl. 1346), 178; Rob. (fl. 1327), of Heythrop, 175; Rob. (fl. late 14th cent.), of Harrowden (Northants), 178; fam., of Harrowden, 66, 178; of Heythrop, 175

Lewknor, 160

Lexington, Hen., bp. of Lincoln, 179

Lichfield, Revd. Coventry, v. of S. Stoke, 94, 106

Lichfield, dean of, see Higgs

Licio, de Sancto, fam., see Senlis

Lightfoot &Lowndes, Messrs., 185

Lincoln, bps. of, 3, 18, 20, 21, 31, 53, 58, 67, 73, 74, and passim; and see Alexander, Bloet, Blois, Burghersh, Chedworth, Chesney, Coutances, Dalderby, Fleming, Gravesend, Grosseteste, Holbeach, Hugh, Lexington, Longland, Remigius, Repingdon, Smith, Wm., Sutton, Thomas, Welles; hunds. of, 3, 4, 115; prop. of, 2, 3, 114, 151; and see Burcot, Chislehampton, Dorchester, Drayton St. Leonard, Milton, Stadhampton, Tetsworth and Thame under par. entries: mans. and ec. hist.

Lincoln, see of, 18, 41, 44, 53, 96, 170

Lincoln Cathedral, 125, 160; cans. of, see Heneage, Wareville; chapter of, 156, 202; dean and chapter of, 171

Lincoln Coll., Oxf., r. of, see Tatham

Lincoln Parliament, the, 123

Lindars, Jas., 154

Lindsey, earl of, see Bertie

Little Baldon, see Baldon, Little

Little Haseley, see Haseley, Little

Little Milton, see Milton, Little

Little Stoke, see Stoke, Little

Little Wittenham, see Wittenham, Little

Littlemore Priory, 20

Local Government Act (1858), 198

Local Government Act (1894), 219

Loder, Mat., 209

Loe, Anna, w. of Wm. Loe, 143; Wm., 143

Loggon, Jane, m. Rob. Doyley, 83

London, de, Master Simon, 202

London, 13, 16, 45, 46, 59, 63, 65, 160, 163, 216; aldermen of, see Bledlowe, Gardener; Bedlam hosp., 52; citizens of, 150; Joiners' Company of, 8; Ld. mayor of, 17; and see Baldry, Dormer, Peers, Rede; Mercers' Company of, 167; St. Bartholomew's Hosp., 162; Sheriff of, see Pynchon; Smithfield mkt., 50; trade relations with, 192

London &Co. Bank, 183

London and County Joint Stock Banking Co., 183

Long, Wal., 124, 126, 135, 143, 200

Long Crendon, see Crendon, Long

Longe, le, Rog., 153

Longespée, Ida, m. 1 Ralph de Somery, 2 Wm. de Beauchamp, 9

Longland, John, bp. of Lincoln, 169, 174, 181, 199

Longueville, Louis, duke of, 170, 173

Long Wittenham, see Wittenham, Long

Looseley, fam., 191

Lord Williams' almshouses, 165, 166, 217, 218

Lord Williams' Grammar Sch., 55, 161, 165, 166, 181, 204, 215, 217; hdmasters of, see Boucher, Burte, Harris, Lee, Middleton, Shaw, Willis

Louches, de, Elena, see Wace; Eliz., dau. of Wm., m. Thos. Ld. Camoys, 11, 123, 129; John, of Garsington, 19; John (d. by 1367), 11, 123; Lawr., 3, 11, 125, 130; Sir Ric., 7, 11, 13, 123, 131, 137, 143; Wm. (d. by 1367) and his w. Eliz., 11, 123; fam., 11, 113, 129, 131, 137; fee, 13

Loveday, Eliz., m. Hen. de Aldrynton, 19; John, 18, 19

Lovegrove, Wm., 80

Lovell, Emily, 143

Lovett, Eliz., see Preston

Lucas (or Towersey, de), John, v. of Thame, 203, 210

Ludsden, see Thame

Luke, Sir Sam., 42

Lupton, Harry, 170, 183, 210; Sackville Bale, 209

Lydda (Jerus.), bp. of, see Smith

Lyford (Berks.), 74

Lyneham, in Milton-under-Wychwood, 126

Lyon, Mrs. Ellen, 91

Lytton, Edw. Bulwer, 95

M

Mabel (fl. early 13th cent.), wid., 177

Macfarlane, Revd. W. C., cur. of Dorchester, 42, 56, 64

Mackenzie, F., engraver, 169

Maddocke, Ric., 35

Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 84; fellows of, 204; presidents of, see Humphrey, Mayhew, Wilkinson

Magdalen Hall, Oxf., princ. of, see Wilkinson

Malmesbury, Wm. of, 41

Malyns, de, Sir Reg., 175

Manchester University, prof. of, see Dickie

Mansfield Coll., Oxf., 159

Manyturne, fam., 180

Mapledurham, 179

Mapmakers, see Bryant, Davis

March, John, abbot of Dorchester, 60

Margetts, Mr. —, painter, 109

Marlborough, Sarah, 1st dchss. of, see Jennings; 3rd duke of, see Chas. Spencer

Marmion, Nic., 130; Shakerley, dramatist, 161; fam., 194

Marmyon, fam., 209

Marney, Sir Rob., 210

Marsh, Jas., 213, 216; J. W., 216

Marsh Baldon, see Baldon, Marsh

Marston, St. Nic. ch. at, 183

Mary I, Queen, 142, 171, 173, 204, 207, 211

Mason, Thos., 120

Mate, J. H. R., 80

Matthews, Revd. A., 151; Revd. A. H., v. of Weston-on-the-Green, 151; A. M., 151; Frances, w. of Revd. A. H., see Weston; Revd. H. S. Ryder, 151; fam., 151

Mattingley, Wm., 67; Mr. —, 67

Maud, Empress, 53

Maud, Queen, w. of Henry I, 30, 31

Maudely, Ric., preb. of Thame, 202, 208

Maundeville, Rob., and his w., 19, 21; fam., 19

Maunsel, John, preb. of Thame, 202

Mauntell, Joan, w. of Sir Wal., see Bruley; Sir Wal., 223, 226

Maurice, Prince, 42

May, Eustace, 218; Martha, 219

Mayhew, Ric., pres. of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 221

Mayne, John, and his w. Dot., 211; fam., 211

Mayott, fam., 33

Meadowcroft, Jas., 192

Mears, C. &. G., bell-founders, 26

Mears &Stainbank, bell-founders, 3, 26, 37, 91, 144, 158

Meers, printers, 184

Meetkerke, Adolphus, and his w. Joan, 143; fam., 118

Mercia, Kings of, 31; and see Coenwulf, Offa, Wulfhere; royal ho. of, 30

Merton Coll., Oxf., chap. of, 180; warden of, see Savile

Messenger, Thos., 209; Miss, 217

Methodism, see Noncf. under par. entries; Primitive, 63, 110, 212, 214

Michaelis, Capt. C., 217

Middleton, Thos., hdmaster of Thame Gr. Sch., 209

Middleton Cheney, r. of, 140

Midland Hide &Skin Co., 184

Milford, H. S., 80

Milles, Ric., 145

Millom (Cumb.), 9

Mills, see under par. entries

Milton, Great, 7, 11, 46, 81, 117–46, 172, 200; ch. bldg., 141–3; ch. hist., 138–41; chars., 146; Compt. cens., 135, 145; crops, 136; dom. arch., 118, 119, 120, 121; ec. hist., 130–7; farms, 133, 134, 135, 139; fee, 123; fields, 133, 135; fishery, 138; geol., 117, 118, 134, 136; Gt. Ho., the, 118, 120; incl., 117, 134, 135, 138; Ingescourt, 120; man. cts., 131–2; man. hos., 120, Monkey, the, 118, Romeyn's Ct., 118, 120–1;maans., 122–6, 131–3, 170, Camoys, 123–5, Prebendal (Romeyn's Ct.), 122; mills, 131, 137–8; occs., 136; P.N., 130; par. govt., 138; pec., 139, 201; pop., 135; prebend of, 113, 122, 123, 130, 135, 138, 139; Priory, the, 119; Prot. noncf., 144–5; quarries, 126; Rom. Cathm., 144; schs., 145–6; soc. clubs, 137; taxes, 131, 134, 135; top., 117–22; Vic., 119; vics., 140, 141; yeo. fams., 134; and see Ascot; Chilworth; Coombe; Milton, Little, in Gt. Milton, 11, 42, 87, 113, 115, 117, and passim; ch. bldg., 121, 143–4; chapelry, 141; dom. arch., 121; est., Baldington, 124; fee, 3; man., Cottesmore, 125; man. ho., 121; mans., 122–5; quarries, 118; Rom. Cathm., 144; sch., 121; top., 121; Vic., 121

Milton, John, poet, 119

Milton Ecclesia, 139

Missionary Training Coll., see Dorchester

Moine (or Moyne), le, John (fl. 1300), 18; John (fl. 1346), 18, 19; John (fl. c. 1428), 20; Phil., 3, 18, 66; Rob., (?) s. of Rob. Monachus, 18; Wm., 18; fee, 18, 19, 21, 66, 68

Molland, Mr. —, 213

Molyneux, Marg., w. of Sir Geo. Simeon, 129; Ric., 75

Molyns, Barentine, 12, 19, 67; Frances, see Huddleston; Sir Mic. (d. 1615), 12, 19, 67; Sir Mic (fl. 1631), 12; fam., 12

Monachus, Rob., 18; and see Moine, le

Moore, —, of Clerkenwell, clockmaker, 61

Moore, fam., 209

Moreton, de, Geof., 175, 176; Osmund, 175; Wal., 175, 176; Wm., 175, 176; fam., 175, 176

Moreton, in Thame, 114, 115, 162, 172, 182, 186, 194; bp's lands in, 170, 187; chars., 216, 219; cts., 194–5; fee, 174, 175, 176; fields, 188; incl., 190, 192; liberty of, 195; man., 151, 176; noncf., 170, 214; sch., 170, 216, 219; taxes, 179–80, 188; top., 170

Moreton, North (Berks.), 24, 25

Morgan, Rob., cur. of Stadhampton, 89

Morrell, Jas., 32, 37; Rob., 110; fam., 32

Morris, Messrs., &Co., glasspainters, 210

Morris Motor Works, 185, 199

Moses, Master, of Oxf., 12

Moulsford (Berks.), 93

Moulsford Bridge, 93

Mowbray, de, Cath., see Neville; Eliz., see Segrave; John, ld. Mowbray, 176; John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1432), 176; John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1461), 176

Muirhead, Lt.-Col. Ant. John, 124

Mundy, fam., 29, 33

Murrain, Mr. —, 213

Musard, Hasculf (fl. 1086), 129, 130; Hasculf (d. 1184), 129; Ralph (d. 1230), 129; Ralph (d. c. 1271), 129; Ric., 129; Rob., 129; fam., 129

Muscovy Company, see Hawtrey

Musgrave, Georgiana, m. Aubrey Wykeham-Musgrave, 177; Sir Jas., 177; Sir Wm. Augustus, r. of Chinnor and Emmington, 177; and see Wykeham-Musgrave

N

Naper, le, Luke, 75; Nic., see Drayton, Nic. (d. by 1402)

Napoleonic War, 69, 160

Nash, Thos., r. of Chinnor, 210

Nelmes, Ric., 70

Nettlebed, 53, 59, 120

Neville, Cath., m. 1 John, duke of Norfolk, 3 John, vct. Beaurmont, 176; Geo., abp. of York, 229

New Coll., Oxf., 19, 66, 139; chap., 229; warden of, 209; see Woodward; warden and scholars of, 217

New Thame, see Thame, New

New Zealand, see Zealand

Newborough, Revd. John, v. of Thame and v. of Aston Rowant, 204; Wm., minister of Long Crendon (Bucks.), 209

Newdigate, Ric., 67

Newell, Chris., and his w. Ann, 158

Newenton, de, Master Bart., r. of S. Stoke, 105.

Newington, 32, 43, 71, 81, 83, 92

Newitt, Messrs., chair-makers, 184

Newman, Cardinal J. H., 95, 110; Susannah, 110

Newsham, Fr. Rob., of St. Birinus chap., Dorchester, 63

Nicholas IV, Pope, 160

Nicholas, Cardinal, preb. of Thame (fl. 1380), 167

Nicholas, clk, of Clifton Hampden, 24

Nicholas le carter, 21

Nicholas of Burcot, 3

Nicholas of Culham, abbot of Abingdon, 31

Nind, A. D., 108; Agnes, w. of P. H. Nind, 109; Emily, w. of H. G. Nind, 109; Emma, 109; H. D., 108; H. G., 107, 109, 110; Revd. P. H., v. of Woodcote and S. Stoke, 106, 107, 109, 110; fam., 110

Norfolk, duke of, see Brotherton, Mowbray

Normandy (France), 174

Norreys, Bridget Wray, bnss., see Wray; Sir Edw., s. of ld. Hen. (d. 1601), 42; Eliz., bnss. Norreys, m. Edw. Wray, 4, 42, 43; Francis, ld. Norreys, cr. vct. Thame and Earl of Berkshire, 19, 42, 83, 84, 182; Jas. Bertie, ld., see Bertie; Sir Hen., cr. ld. Norreys of Rycote (d. 1601), 20, 42, 83, 171, 190, 217; Marg., see Williams; Wal., 133; fam., 4, 12, 18, 42, 66, 83, 161, 171, 176, 193, 200

North Moreton, see Moreton, North

North Stoke, see Stoke, North

North Weston, see Weston, North

Northampton, archd. of, see Sutton, de

Northfleet (Kent), v. of, see Barry

Northumbria, King of, see Oswald

Notley Abbey (Bucks.), 103, 180; abbots of, 194

Nott, John, 209, 212

Noyes, Anne, 18, 20, 24, 26, 27; Sarah, 20

Nugent-Temple-Grenville, see Grenville

Nuneham Courtenay, 18, 19, 27, 28, 31, 50, 95, 113

Nutt, fam., 70

O

O'Connor, —, glass-maker, 142

Oddington, 150; and see Otley abbey, Thame abbey

Offa, King of Mercia, 30, 31

Oilly, see d'Oilly

Old Thame, see Thame

Oldfield, Revd. W. J., antiquary and v. of Culham, 31

Olney (Bucks.), 10

Onslow, Jane, w. of Sir Geo. Croke, 223; Sir Ric., 223

Oratory School, see Woodcote

Oriel Coll., Oxf., 86; prov. of, see Smith

Osbert, Wm. s. of, 177

Osborne, John, mon. designer, 143; Thos., ct. baron Osborne of Kineton and vct. Latimer of Danby, and later duke of Leeds, 147

Oscytel, bp. of Dorchester, and later abp. of York, 170, 178

Oseney, 64; abbey, 122, 137, 222; cathedral ch. of St. Mary, 24

Oswald, King of Northumbria, 53

Oswaldlow, hunds. of, 2

Otneys, the, see Culham

Ottley Abbey in Oddington, 162, 177; monks of, 186; and see Thame Abbey

Overy, Lawr., 63

Overy, in Dorchester, 3, 39, 40, 42, 46, 47, 48, 50, 52; mill, 42, 45, 46; rcty., 54, 55, 56; Rom. Cathm., 62, 63, 70

Ovey, Sir Edm., 29

Owen, John, dean of Ch. Ch., Oxf., 81, 89, 91, 144; Hen., 89, 91; Thos. Ellis, 106

Oxenden, Eliz., see Dunch; Sir Geo., 44; Sir Hen., 44, 48; fam., 40, 44

Oxford, 12, 13, 17, 56, 160–1, 163, 182; bridewell of, 196; burgesses of, 179; mayor of, 147; and see Sheen; New Rd. chap., 213; Radcliffe Infirmary, 34, 52, 155; rds., 5, 40, 42, 45, 59, 65, 162, 178, 225; rds. to London, 117, 147, 148, 152, 154, 163, 220; Rom. Cathm. at, 62; St. Clement's par., 64; St. Thomas' par., 64; Summertown Teachers' Training Institution, 39; and see Oseney, St. Frideswide's Priory

Oxford, archd. of, 202

Oxford, bishopric of, 35; bps. of, 15, 18, 36, 55, 56, 57, 139; and see Fell, Howson, King, Randolph, Secker Wilberforce

Oxford Agricultural Soc., 50

Oxford Architectural Soc., 59

Oxford-Burcot Commission, 17, 28, 65

Oxford City Council, 29

Oxford Diocesan Board, 24.

Oxford Diocesan Board of Education, 39

Oxford Diocesan Training Coll., see Culham

Oxford Journal, 215

Oxford University, 29; Bodleian Library, librarian of, see Coxe, Revd. H. O.; chancellor of, 117; Radcliffe Camera, librarian of, see Kennicott; regius prof, of Greek at, see Etherege; Savilian prof, of Geometry at, see Hailey; vice-chancellor of, see Cotton, Westfalling; visitor of, see Benger

Oxfordshire, agrarian rising of 1596, 190; revolt of 1549, 160; riots in, 136, 183

Oxfordshire County Agric. Show, 193

Oxfordshire County Council, 17, 27, 28, 136, 215, 217; Education cttee of, 38, 217

Oxfordshire Mission, R.C., 63

Oxfordshire and West Berkshire Congregational Association, later the Berks., South Oxon., and South Bucks. Congregational Assoc. (later union), 159, 217

P

Pace, —, glass-painter, 25

Paget, Hen., earl of Uxbridge, 95; Mr. —, schmaster, 63

Paiable, Nic., mayor of Wallingford (Berks.), 96, 98

Pain, Wm., 213

Palmer, Anne, m. Edw. Wollascott, 96; Barton, 96, 109; Christian, m. Ric. Braybrooke, 109; Marg., see Barton; Mary, w. of Barton, m. 2 Hen. Arden (d. 1622), 96; Thos., 98; Wm., auditor of Ch. Ch., Oxf., 94, 96, 98, 111; fam., 94

Palmer, see Keppel-Palmer

Panter, Ben. Woodward, 109

Parham (Suss.), 32

Parker, Revd. John, v. of Thame, 142, 204; J. H., 15

Parret, Leon., 76

Parry, Geo., fellow of Oriel Coll., Oxf., 24

Parslow (Paslow or Pasler), Hen., 106, 111

Parsons, Hester, m. Chris. Petty, 150; Jas., 225; Rob., 118, 134, 150; Thos., 134, 142; fam., 23, 118, 225

Passlew, Wm., 98; fam., 98

Paul, John, 213

Pawling, Ric., 74, 75, 76, 79; fam., 79

Payne, fam., wool-staplers, 183

Paynel, fam., 9; hon. of, 9

Peache, Revd. Alf., 200; Trustees, 155, 200

Pead, Wm., 30; fam., 33

Pearce, Hen. &Chas., woolstaplers, 183, 184; Mrs. J., 217

Pearson, Sir Ralph and his w. Constance, 209

Pease, Revd. Wm., v. of Gt. Milton, 143

Pechell, see Brook-Pechell

Peck, Wm., 209, 218, 219; fam., 33

Peckitt, W., glass-painter, 229

Peculiars, see Dorchester, Milton, Gt., Stadhampton par. entries; and Thame, pec. of

Peel, Jon., 37

Peers, Sir Chas., ld. mayor of London, 8, 10, 16; Chas. (d. 1781), 6. 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 88, 89, 90; Chas. (d. 1853), D.C.L., 10, 16; Chas. J. (fl. 1960), 7, 10, 14, 16; Sir Chas. Reed (d. 1952), surveyor of Westminster Abbey, and his w., 10, 15, 16; John (fl. 16th cent.), fishmonger of London, 181; Revd. John (d. 1835), 10, 89; John (d. 1855), 10; Revd. John Witherington (d. 1876), v. of Tetsworth, 10, 16, 83, 148, 156, 157, 158, 195; John Witherington (d. 1891), 10, 16; Kath., w. of Chas. (d. 1781), 16, 89; Mrs. Mary, 92; Rob., 10, 15, 16, 83, 92; Sarah, m. Art. Beavis, 91; Mrs. Sarah Stevens, 92; Revd. Wm. Hen., 10; fam., 1, 4, 7, 8, 10, 12, 15, 16, 83, 84, 87, 88, 92, 157, 181

Peisley, Ant. (fl. 1615/1629), 24, 70; Ant. (fl. 1727), Oxf. bookseller, 29; fam., 29

Pelham (1828), by Edw. Bulwer Lytton, 95

Peppard, of Lanchford, fam., 158

Perkins, Thos., 145

Perrot, Jas. (d. 1687), 151; Jas. (d. 1725), 151; Hen., 151

Peryam, Dame Eliz., w. of Sir Wm., 84; Sir Wm., 84

Peter (fl. 12th cent.), clk. of Thame, 203

Peter the miller, 193

Pether, H., 83

Pett, Phineas, student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. and cur. of Drayton, 79

Petty (Pettie), Charnell (d. 1661), 148, 150, 151, 212; Chris. (d. 1614), s. of John, 150, 153; Chris. (d. by 1661), s. of Charnell, 150; Chris. (d. c. 1739), s. of Chris. (d. by 1661), 148, 150; Edm., 153, 155; Eliz., m. Wm. Burte, 209; Ellen, w. of Charnell (d. 1661), 148; Geo., author, 148, 150, 153; Hester, w. of Chris. (d. c. 1739), see Parsons; John (d. 1578), of Tetsworth and Stoke Talmage, 148, 150, 175; John (d. 1589), of Stoke Talmage, 152; John, s. of John (d. 1589), of Stoke Talmage, 209; Maximilian (fl. early 16th cent.), 148; Maximilian (d. 1639), 151, 153, 209; Rebecca, m. John Ellis, 209; Susan, m. Thos. Holt, 150; —, m. Thos. Hennant, 204; fam., 113, 118, 145, 148, 150, 151, 153, 155, 212

Philipson, fam., 118

Phillips, Edw., 209; Geo., 36; Hen., 150; Jas., 214; John (d. 1775), master carpenter and builder, 29, 36; John (d. 1824), 34, 36, 37; John Shawe, 37; Mary, 37; Montague, 37; Ric., carpenter, 59; Thos. (fl. 1700), carpenter, 36; Thos. (d. 1705), of Ickford (Bucks.), 150; Thos. (d. 1742), 150; fam., 37

Philpot, J. C., cur. of Stadhampton, 92

Philpott, fam., 70

Piddington, 218

Pilgrimage of Grace, the, 204

Piper, John, artist, 15

Pishill, 53

Pither, Thos. Geo., 108

Plague, 119, 182; and see Black Death

Plaskett, Revd. Thos., 191

Pleydell, Ric., 70

Plot, Dr. Rob., antiquary, 118, 122, 136, 147, 148, 184, 221

Plummer, John, 206; Wm., 206

Pocock, Edw., orientalist, 161

Poges, Amice, see Stokes; Sir Humbert, 9; Rob., m. Amice de Stokes, 9; fam., 9

Pole, Cardinal Reg., 35

Pole, de la, John, duke of Suffolk (d. 1492), 74

Pollard, Sir Ant., 20; Sir John, of Nuneham Courtenay, 20, 24, 70; Lewis, 20, 24, 70; fam., 22, 67

Pomeraye, de la, Jordan, r. of S. Stoke, 105

Poole, Sir Art., 12; Jane, see Lewknor

Poor Law Act (1601), 195

Poor Law Amendment Act, 196

Poor Law Commissioners, 165

Pope, Sir Thos., 73

Popes, see Eugenius III, Eugenius IV, Gregory IX, Honorius II, Julius II, Leo III, Nicholas IV

Postcombe, in Lewknor, 163

Pott, Revd. A. P., v. of Gt. Milton, 137, 142; the Ven. Alf., v. of Clifton Hampden, and his w., 25

Powell, Geo., cur. of Clifton Hampden and fellow of Balliol, 24, 25; Ric., M.D., 162

Powell &Sons, glass-painters, 109

Poynings, Joan, m. Sir Ric. Camoys, 11, 123; Sir Ric., 123

Poyntz, Revd. N. C. S., v. of Clifton Hampden, 24, 56; Rob., 10; Sybil, see Beke

Praeds &Co., bankers, 183

Prat, Wal. and his w. Isabel, 208

Presbyterianism, 212

Preston, Chris., 19; Eliz., w. of Chris., see Drayton; Eliz., m. 1 Ric. Danvers, 2 Edw. Hampden, 3 Nic. Lovett, 19; Ric., 19; Thos., 155

Prickett, Thos., 209

Priestend, in Thame, 162, 182; cts., 194; fields, 188; incl., 192; liberty of, 115, 162, 163, 167, 195; man., 171, 172; Prebendal ho., 167, 169, 178

Prince, Geo. (fl. 1620), 26; Geo. (fl. 1720), 26; Grace, see Day; John (fl. 1625), 109; John (fl. 1663), 62; John (fl. 1720), 62; fam., 26, 62

Princes Risborough (Bucks.), 163

Prosser, Revd. Jas., v. of Thame, 205

Prowse, Wm., 35

Public Assistance Cttees., 197

Purefoy, fam., 118

Pursers, Messrs., 166

Pury, Anne, m. Wm. Danvers, 10; fam., 229

Pynchon, Agnes, wid. of Nic. m. 2 John Clerke, 173; Nic., sheriff of Lond., 173

Pyron, Wm., 180

Pyrton, 167

Q

Quakers, see Friends, Soc. of

Quarries, 5, 28, 113, 117, 118, 120, 136; and see Milton, Gt., par. entry

Quatremain, Eliz., m. 1 John Beke, 2 Nic. Englefield, 10, 128; Guy (d. 1414), 170, 173, 205; Herb. (d. by 1200), 127, 173; Herb. (fl. c. 1230), 127, 173; Joan, w. of Thos. (d. 1398), 127, 208; John, 173; Kath., w. of Thos. (d. 1342), see Breton; Lettice, wid. of Herb. (d. by 1200), 127; Maud, m. John Bruley, 10, 173, 223; Ric. (d. 1477), 5, 10, 127, 133, 152, 173, 176, 181, 203, 208, 217, 223; Sybil, wid. of Ric., 173, 203, 208, 217; Thos. (d. 1342) and his w. Kath., 173, 208; Thos. (d. 1398), 173, 181; Wm. (d. by 1279), 173; Wm. (fl. 1279), 130, 173, 187; fam., 113, 127, 137, 160, 170, 173, 181, 206, 229; fee, 113; tombs of, 206, 208

Quatremain Almshouses (Hosp.), 165, 166, 195

Quatremains, man., 127, 173; Place, 170

Queen Anne's Bounty, 23, 24, 55, 78, 79, 88, 89, 105, 156

Queensford, in Dorchester, 4.

R

Radford, Steph., 224, 225; fam., 225

Radley, 27

Radmylde, Isabella, 11; Marg., see Camoys; Marg. (fl. 1499), 11; Ralph (d. 1443), 11, 123; Rob., s. of Ralph, 11, 123; Wm. (d. 1499), 11, 120, 123, 129, 131; fam., 113, 123, 129, 137

Rainald, abbot of Abingdon, 32

Ralegh, John, wid. of Sim. of Elvington, 97

Ralph, can. of Dorchester, 60

Ralph, r. of S. Stoke, 105

Ralph, s. of Rog. (fl. c. 1180), and his w. Adeliza, 176

Randolph, John, bp. of Oxf., 54, 201

Rathanus, abbot of Abingdon, 31

Rawlins, Thos., v. of Culham, 37

Rawlins man., see Woodcote

Rawlinson, Ric., antiquary, 37, 38, 101, 107, 108, and passim

Ray, Sophia Susannah, 219

Rayson, Thos., architect, 120

Read, Clare Sewell, 136; Wm., cur. of Dorchester, 55

Reade, John, 36; Ric., 36; Thos. and his w. Mary, 36; fam., 36

Reading (Berks.), 93, 103

Rede, Sir Bart., ld. mayor of London, 98; John (d. 1545), 98; John, s. of John, 98; Wm. (d. 1534), 98; Wm., of Ascot, 137

Redfern, J. F., sculptor, 25

Reed, Thos., 219

Reeve, John, 143

Reginald (fl. 13th cent.), 46

Remigius, bp. of Dorchester and bp. of Lincoln, 43, 44, 45, 53, 87, 98, 186

Repingdon, Phil., bp. of Lincoln, 123

Requests, ct. of, 98

Reston, John (d. 1675), 35, 36, 37; John (d. 1698), 37; fam., 33, 36

Restwold, Ralph, 61; Rob., 10; Sybil, see Beke

Rey, Ric., 167

Reynolds, Edw., miller, 84; Hen. (fl. 1557), and his wid., 175; Hen. (d. 1806), 209; H. W. (d. 1875), 228; Dr. —, of Thame, 198; fam., 182

Rich, Sir Edwin, 151; Eliz., see Baldry; Sir Ric., later ld., 151; Rob., 2nd ld., 151; Rob., earl of Warwick, 151

Richard, earl of Cornwall, 127

Richard of the Chamber, 83

Richard of Coombe, 129, 131

Richmond, Marg., ctss. of, 221; Sarah, 215

Rider, Revd. John, 227

Ridge, John, 25

Righton, —, char. of, 92

Robert (fl. 1086), a kt., see Chevauchesul

Robert (fl. 1241) of Little Holcombe, 60

Robinson, John, 39; Revd. R. B. B., r. of Waterstock and r. of Emmington, 221, 227

Robotham, Joan, 218; Owen, 190; Rob., 195

Rochester Cathedral, can. of, see Burrows

Rochester Priory, prior of, 162

Roe, Revd. Jas., r. of Dorchester, 56

Roger, s. of Lete, 186

Roger le Longe, 153

Roger (fl. 12th cent.), and his w. Adeliza, 176

Roger (fl. c. 1200), parson of Tetsworth, 156

Rogers, H. S., 91, 143

Roman remains, 30, 40, 41, 130, 160; roads, 39, 117, 130

Roper, Rog., 17

Rose, Edw., 209; John, 209

Rotherfield Grays, 111

Rotherfield Peppard, 97, 159

Rothschild, Ld., 166

Roubion, de, ctss., 170

Rous, Joan, see Beke; John, 128

Rouse, E. Clive, 143

Rowles, Chas. Harris and his w. Bertha, 142

Royal Naval Air Station (H.M.S. Hornbill) and Admiralty Storage Depot, Culham, 18, 28, 31

Royal Society, the, 221

Ruck-Keene, Maj. Hen., 224; and Mrs., 221

Rudhall, Thos., bell-founder, 143

Rufus, Wm., see William II

Rupert, Prince, 8, 83, 148, 161

Rycote, Eliz., see Gernon; Sir John, 128; Kath., m. Nic. Clerk, 128; fam., 128

Rycote, in Gt. Haseley, 10, 147, 163, 171, 180, 182; chap., 152; ho., 161, 173; pk., 217

Rycotewood Coll. for Rural Crafts, 217

Ryder, Frederica Martha, see Skynner; Rt. Hon. Ric., 120

Rythe, Sir Geo., 24, 70

S

Sackville, Thos., 4th earl of Dorset (d. 1608), 172

St. Andrew's island, see Culham, Andersey Island

St. Birinus, bp. of Dorchester, 41, 53, 56, 58, 59, 60, 61; shrine of, 55

St. David's (Glam.), bp. of, see Delabere.

St. Edmund Hall, Oxf., princ. of, see Grayson

St. Frideswide's Priory, Oxf., 21

St. John, de, Edw., preb. of Thame, 160, 161, 202; Sir John, 160

St. John the Baptist, chap. of, Tetsworth, 156

St. John the Baptist, Coll., Oxf., est. in Overy, 50

St. Lys, see Senlis

St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Lond., dean of, see Kirkham

St. Mary, Coll. of, see Winchester Coll.

St. Nicholas, Abingdon (Berks.), civ. par. of, 27

St. Paul's Cathedral, Lond., can. of, see Weston, Revd. Sam.

St. Paul's Sch., Lond., high master of, see Kynaston

St. Pierre, de, Iseult, wid. of Urian m. 2 Sir Wm. Inge, 123; Urian, 123

St. Valery, de, Reynold, 127; fam., 127, 129

St. Vincent, chap. of, Culham, 35

SS. Peter and Paul's Theological Coll., Dorchester, 64, 66

Salisbury, bp. of, see Sherlock, Ward; cathedral of, 20

Salvation Army, the, 215

Salveyn, John, 226

Sampford Peverell (Devon), r. of, see Coven

Sandys, Francis, 40; Sir Wm. and his w. Marg., 124

Saunders, John, mason (fl. 1690), 5; John, mason (fl. 1762), 5

Savage, Eliz. w. of Thos., see Graham; Thos., 124

Savile, Eliz., dau. of Hen., m. Sir John Sedley, 151; Sir Hen., ward. of Merton Coll. Oxf. and prov. of Eton, 151; Marg., w. of Hen., 151

Sawold (fl. 1086), 114, 222

Sawyer, Edith M., 144; Margt. A., 142

Saye and Sele, ld., see Fiennes

Scadding, Mr., 215

Scobbell, Geo., 54

Scotland, 183

Scott, Sir Geo. Gil., architect, 41, 64, 70; Sir Gil., architect, 17, 18, 25, 59, 60, 142, 143, 207; J. O., architect, 207, 208; Thos., 59

Secker, Thos., bp. of Oxf., 201

Sedley, Sir Chas., dramatist, 147, 151; Eliz., w. of Sir John, see Savile; Sir John, bt., 151; fam., 147

Segrave, Eliz., bnss. Segrave, m. John de Mowbray, ld. Mowbray, 176; Gil., 61; John, ld. Segrave (d. 1353), 176; Ldy. Marg., see Brotherton; fam., 60; and see Segrave, de; arms, 60

Segrave, de, Master Gil., preb. of Gt. Milton, 118; Sir Hugh, 19, 66, 74; Sir Nic., 176, 187; fam., of Leics., 176; and see Segrave

Senlis (St. Lys or de Sancto Licio), Andr., 128; Sim., 128

Sepewas, de, Ric., 137

Serbian refugees, 6

Seven Years War, 95

Sewage Utilization Act (1868), 198

Sewers, Commissioners of, 84; ct. of, 14

Sewy, John, mason, 120

Seymour, Edw., ld. protector and duke of Somerset, 4, 151, 171, 177; Sir Edw., s. of Edw., duke of Somerset, 200; Ric. and his w. Isabel, 151; W. W., 167

Shabbington, 162, 173

Shakespear, Eliz., 37

Shanklin (I.O.W.), 214

Shareshull, de, Sir Adam, 19; de, Joan, w. of, see Jordan the forester, 126

Sharpe, Ric., mason, 206

Shaw, Revd. Alf. Edw., hdmaster of Thame Gr. Sch., 209

Sheen, Ric., mayor of Oxf., 61

Sheepcot, see Shepecotts

Sheepwash, John, 73, 75; Rob., 75

Shell Mex &B.P. Ltd., 186

Shepecotts (Sibcotts), see Thame mans.

Sheppard, Alex., 143; Eliz. A., 143; Ellen K., 137

Sherborne (Dors.), bpric. of, 2

Sherlock, Thos., bp. of Salisbury, 201

Shillingford (Berks.), 14, 39, 117, 163

Shirburn, 182

Shirley, Mary, m. John Doyley, 10; fam., 13

Shirrey, Jenit., 61

Shorey, John, 143

Short, Revd. Augustus, cur. of Culham and bp. of Adelaide, 31

Shotover, 65

Shrimpton, Mrs. F. Eales, 209; Job, and his w. Sarah, 210

Shrubb, Frank, 50; Jas., 50

Sibcotts, see Shepecotts

Sibthorp, John, botanist, 93

Sidney (Sydney), Algernon, 70; Hen., 70; Rob., earl of Leicester (d. 1677), 70

Simeon, Sir Edw., bt., 122, 129; Sir Geo., 129; Sir Jas., bt., 129, 135; John, 129; Marg., m. Humph. Weld, 130; Marg., w. of Sir Geo., see Molyneux; Thos., formerly Weld, 129, 130; fam., 129, 144

Simm &Co., Messrs., Oxf. builders, 144

Simon de London, Master, 202

Simons, Wm., 209

Skelton, Jos., antiquary, 29

Skynner, Frederica Martha, dau. of Sir John, m. Ric. Ryder, 120, 145; John (d. 1729), and his w. Eliz., 143; Sir John (d. 1805), ld. chief baron of the Exchequer, 120, 143, 145; Wm., 143; fam., 120

Slade, Greg., 35

Slade's Eyot, in Culham, 17, 22

Slater, Ric. Barry, 155, 200

Sled, John, 139; Revd. John (d. 1601), preb. of Gt. Milton, 118; Martha, dau. of Revd. John, m. 1 Wm. Davis, 2 Ric. Attwood, 118, 139

Sleight, Sir John, bt., 120

Small-pox, 52, 138, 155

Smith, Altham, 108; Ant., 143; Francis, of Warwick, architect, 169; Hugh, recusant, 62; Joan, w. of Ant., 143; John, prov. of Oriel Coll., Oxf., 226; John (fl. 1649), 120; John (d. 1699), 143; John (d. 1851), 77; Lucy, w. of Altham, 108; Lucy, m. Kemp Harward, 108; Paul, 14; Ric., 209, 211; Rog., abbot of Dorchester, and bp. of Lydda, 60; Sarah, m. White Kennett, 222; Thos., 86, 87; Wm., bp. of Lincoln, 115; Wm., of Warwick, architect, 169; fam., 62, 118, 120

Smith, the, Alex., 85

Snow, Revd. Wm., v. of S. Stoke, 106

Society of Jesus, Oxford District, hd. of, see Stafford

Somerset, 184

Somerset, duke of, see Seymour

Somery, de, Ida, see Longespee; Joan, m. — de Botetourt, 9; John, 9; Lucy, w. of John, 9; Ralph, 9; Rog., 9; fam., 9

South, Dr. Rob., can. of Ch. Ch., Oxf., 55, 78, 105

South Abbotestok, see Stoke, South

South African War, 210

South Oxfordshire Hunt, 82, 186

South Oxfordshire News, 184

South Oxfordshire Water Summit Reservoir and Gas Co.'s works, 95

South Stoke, see Stoke, South

South Weston, see Weston, South

Southwark (Lond.), 115

Southwell, Ric., 176

Spanish Succession, war of the, 52

Speakman, Rob., carpenter, 59

Speechley, Wm., 136

Speenhamland system, 52, 138, 196

Spencer, Chas., 3rd duke of Marlborough (d. 1758), 151, 173; Ld. Chas. (d. 1820), s. of 3rd duke of Marlborough, 151, 154, 174; Fred. Chas., r. of Wheatfield, 151; John (d. 1831), s. of Ld. Chas., 151; Kath., m. John Dormer, 127; Sir Thos., 3rd bt., of Yamton, 127; fam., of Wheatfield, 151, 174, 176

Spendler, Mic., mason, 207

Spicer, (le), Edw., mercer, 163, 180

Spiers, R. P., architect, 37

Spurs, battle of the, 170, 173

Spyer, Mary, 76, 81; Thos., 75

Stadham, see Stadhampton, 81

Stadhampton, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 14, 15, 16, 46, 72, 81–92 and passim; Bishop's survey in, 83, 84, 85; chars., 92; ch., 53, 78, 79; ch. bldg., 15, 16, 90–91; ch. hist., 15, 87–90; civ. war, 82–83, 89; dom. arch., 82; in Dorchester pec., 87, 89; ec. hist., 84–86; ests., 83–84; farms, 83, 86; fields, 85; incl., 86; inns, 82; map, 81, 82, 86; mills, 84; par. govt., 87; P.N., 81; Prot. noncf., 91–92; riots, 136; schs., 92; top., 81–83

Stafford (or Cassidy), Fr. Bernard, 62, 170, 211

Stafford, Humph., 31; Thos., 31

Stanton St. John, r. of, 208

Stanyan, Cath., m. adm. Sir Chas. Hardy, 97; Dot., see Knapp; Grace, w. of Temple, 97, 109; Lawr., 97; Temple, 97

Staveley (Derb.), 129

Stephen, King, 30

Stevenson, J. G., 213

Steventon (Berks.), 93

Stockford, Jos., clock-maker, 183; Thos., clock-maker, 183

Stockham, Thos. and his w. Marg., wid. of Thos. Crede, 131, 137; Wm. s. of Thos., 137

Stodham, see Stadhampton, 81

Stoke, Little (or Marmion), see Stoke, South

Stoke, North, 93

Stoke, South, 2, 3, 18, 66, 67, 93–112; Below Hill, 93, 99; chap., 94; chars., 111–12; ch. bldg., 107–9; ch. hist., 104–7; craftsmen, 104; crops, 100, 101; dom. arch., 93–94; ec. hist., 98–104; farm hos., 93–96; farms, 93, 96, 101, 103; field system, 93, 99; fields, 103; geol., 93; incl., 93, 94, 95, 103, 111, 112; man. ho., 93–94; mans., 96–98; Hyde, 98, Paiables, 97, 98; meadows, 103; occs., 104; Old Vic., 94; Payables ho., 98, 101; P.N., 93; pop., 100, 101, 104; Prot. noncf., 109–10; rly., 93; lds., 93; schs., 95, 110–11; taxes, 101; top., 93–96; v., 111; vicarage, 105; wds., 93, 94; yeo. fams., 101; and see Exlade Street, Greenmoor Hill, Woodcote

Stoke Abbatis (or Abbas), see Stoke, South

Stoke Marmion, see Stoke, South

Stoke Poges (Bucks.), 9; and see Ditton

Stoke Talmage, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153, 156, 160

Stokes, de, Alf., 9; Amice, m. Rob. Poges, 9; Hugh (fl. 1207), 9; Hugh, s. of Alf., see Chislehampton; Ric., s. of Hugh, 9; Ric., s. of Rob. (d. by 1254), 9; Rob., 9

Stokes (or Waterbeck), de, Geof. (fl. 1321) and his w. Alice, 149; Geof., s. of Geof., 149

Stone, Chas., 167, 201; Edw., saddler, 183; John, clock-maker, 183; Ric., clock-maker, 183; Thos., clock-maker, 183; fam., 167, 201

Stonell, Lettice, 218

Stones, Thos., 211

Stonesfield, 126

Stonor, de, Anne, m. Sir Adrian Fortescue, 178; John, 60; Sir Ralph, 178; Sir Wal., 178; Sir Wm., 74, 115, 178; fam., 60, 115, 178

Stopes, Jas., junr., v. of S. Stoke, 106; Jas. senr., v. of S. Stoke, 106

Stowood, 65

Stratford, Water, 39

Streatley, Hugh, and his w. Joan, 149

Streatley, 28

Street, G. E., architect, 79, 158, 228

Streete, atte, John, 123

Stribblehill, Frances, see Carter; John (fl. 1550), 197; John (d. 1692), 209; Thos., 204; fam., 182, 200, 204

Studdridge, in Stokenchurch (Bucks.), 83

Stukeley, Wm., antiquary, 160

Stumphouse, Mr. —, 213

Sturgess, Revd. Chas., preb. of Gt. Milton, 125, 126

Style, Harry, 209

Styles, Jas., 26; Rog., 67

Suffolk, duke of (fl. 1481), see Pole

Summertown, see Oxford

Surman, Chas., 145; J. M., architect, 208; Wm., 180

Sutton, Oliver, bp. of Lincoln, 139, 160, 202; T. S., 195

Sutton, de, John (d. 1349), abbot of Dorchester, 60; Master Thos., archd. of Northampton and preb. of Thame, 160, 202

Sutton Courtenay (Berks.), 17, 27, 28, 31, 32

Swalcliffe, 149

Swan Inn ('Sedley Arms'), in Tetsworth, 147, 148

Swell, Hen., 14

Swift Ditch Lock, in Culham, 28

Swinbrook, 43

Swindale, Aston, M.D., 80

Swinnock, Geo., v. of Gt. Kimble (Bucks.), 212

Sydenham, 114, 162, 179, 186, 196, 200, 217; chap. of Thame, 155, 162, 199, 202

Symeon, John, 167

T

Tailland, Avice, m. Ric. Talemasch, 149; Ric., 149

Talemasch, Avice, see Taillard; Hugh, 128, 149; Maud, see Chevauchesul; Pet. (d. by 1181), 128, 149; Pet. (fl. 1223), 128, 149, 152; Pet. (d. by 1279), 150; Ric., 128, 149, 150; fam., 150, 152; fee, 150, 153

Tanner, Marg., see Beauforest; Wm., 60

Tatham, John, r. of Lincoln Coll., Oxf., and r. of Waterstock, 227

Tawney, Chas., 69; Edw., 79; Ric., 79

Tawse, Harriette, 159

Taylor, Geof., 170

Taylor &Son, Messrs., 198

Taynton, stone from, 28, 206

Templar, Order of Knights, 152, 153; Sandford Preceptory, 152

Temple, Mary, see Knapp; Sir Ric., 97

Tempsford (Beds.), 178

Test Act, the, 212

Tetsworth, Nic., 149

Tetsworth, 10, 114, 115, 147–60, 162, 163, and passim; chap. of Thame, 202; char., 160; ch. bldg., 157–8; ch. hist., 155–7; civ. war, 148; Compt. cens., 135, 154, 159; crops, 154; curs., 156–7; dom. arch., 147, 148; ec. hist., 152–5; farms, 154; fees, 148–50; field systems, 152; geol., 147; incl., 148, 153, 154; inns and innkeepers, 116, 147, 148, 155; lesser ests., 152; man. ho., 148; mans., 150–2; noncf., 158–9; occs., 154–5; par. govt., 155; poor rel., 155; Pop., 148, 154, 155; rds., 147, 148, 152, 154, 178; schs., 159–60; sheepfarming, 153, 166; taxes, 153; top., 147–8; Vic., 157; yeo. fams., 152, 153

Tew, de, Ralph, can. of Dorchester, 61

Thame, 131, 147, 151, 155, 156, 160– 219; agrarian hist., 186–93; almshouses, 181, 204, 217–18; banks, 183; Bridge, 161, 162, 163, 172, 197; chantry, 208, 217; chaps., 212–15, 234; chars., 217–19; ch. bldg., 205–10; ch. hist., 199–205; Ch. Ho., 204; ch. lands, 218; ch. plate, 204, 210; civ. war, 161, 166, 182, 209; Compt. cens., 212, 214; Ct. Ho., 166; crafts, med., 180, 182, 183, 184; crops, 193; ests., 127; fairs, 182, 185; fields, 188; Fire Service, 198; geol., 162, 192; guild, 156, 165, 203, 217; Halle Place, 115; highways, streets and lighting, 197; hosp., 193; hos., 165; housing, 198–9; inns, 166, 182, 184–5, 'Bird Cage', 115, 165, 'Spread Eagle', 183, 184, 'Swan', 184, 185; incl., 190; Lashlake, 178, 193; lesser ests., 177–8; local govt., 193–9; Ludsden 165; man. ct., 194–5; man. ho., Baldington (or Place Ho.) 167, 172, 181; mans., 4, 148, 151, 170– 7, 222, Baldington, 167, 172, 175, 190, Shepecotts, 176; mkt. (moot) hall, 166, 181, 182, med., 179, 181, 182; mkts., 154, 178, 180, 182, 183, 185; merchants, 180, 181; Mill, 163; mills, 193; newspapers, 184; notable events, 160–1; notables, 161–2; occs., 178, 180–6, 209; par. officers, 195; poor rel., 193, 195–7, 198; pop., 183, 186; portmanmoot, 193, 194; prison, med., 165, 193; Prot. noncf., 211–15, 219; rds., 162–3; and see turnpikes; Rom. Cathm., 210–11; sanitation, 197– 8; schs., 159, 160, 165, 212, 213, 214, 215–17; and see Ld. Williams' Gr. Sch.; soc. activities, 186; 'Spread Eagle', see inns; streets, 182; taxes, 179, 188, 191; top., 160–70; Town Hall, 185; trade and industry, 178–86; Vic., 166, 205; vicarage, 156, 199, 201, 202, 203; vics., 155, 156, 157, 194, 201, 203; waterworks, 198; workho., 165, 196, 197; yeo. fam., 191; and see Attington, Moreton, Weston, North; and the liberties of Priestend; Thame, New; Thame, Old; Thame Park

Thame, hundred of, 2, 4, 113; bailiff of, 160; ct., 155

Thame, Ld. Williams of, see Williams

Thame, New, 162, 172, 179, 182, 217; borough, 178, 179, 194; burgage tenure, 179, 180, 181, 194; burgus, 178, 179, 186; char., 218; liberty of, 115, 195; Sun Inn, 213; Sun Inn Yard chap., 213, 215; taxes, 179, 181

Thame, Old, 162, 163, 170, 171, 172, 179, 193, 194; liberty of, 115, 195; man., 171; man. ho., 171; taxes, 181, 182

Thame, peculiar of, 156, 185, 199, 201–2

Thame, prebend of, 113, 186, 199, 200, 202; prebendal ho., 167, 169, 178; prebs. of, 115, 116, 149, 155, 156, 199, 201; and see Bardis, Bubwith, Kynwolmarsh, London, Maudely, Maunsel, Nicholas, St. John, Segrave, Sled, Sturgess, Sutton, Wakering, Wareville

Thame, river, 8, 71, 81, 84, 117, 162, 220; at Chislehampton, 5, 13; at Dorchester, 39, 46; at Thame, 162, 193; bridges over, 40, 45; fisheries in, 14, 44, 75, 138; ford, 74; pastures of, 113, 152, 225; weirs of, 133, 226

Thame Abbey, 113, 114, 149, 150, 153, 208; and see Otley Abbey; abbots of, 115, 116, 150, 152, 174, 176; and see King, Warren; abbots' lodgings of, 169; chap. of B.V.M., 169–70, 205; ch., 169, 205; incls., 190; prop. in Attington, 157, 174– 5, 187, in Moreton, 187, 188, in Tetsworth, 149–54

Thame Agricultural Soc., 186, 192

Thame and Aylesbury Old Bank, 183

Thame Gazette, 184

Thame Heavy Horse Soc, 192

Thame Local Board, 195, 198

Thame Mill Laundry, 186, 193

Thame Observer, 184

Thame Park, 152, 162, 163, 168, 169, 216; brick kilns, 184; est., 113, 150, 175, 177, 201; grange, 191; liberty of, 115

Thame Poor Law Union, 195

Thame Show, 193

Thame Urban District Council, 195

Thames, river, 22, 65, 93, 111; at Clifton Hampden, 16, 17; at Culham, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32

Thames Conservancy, the, 198

Thames Navigation Commission, 17, 28

Thomas, Dav., our. of Dorchester, and v. of S. Stoke, 55, 106; John, bp. of Lincoln, 201

Thompson, Wm., 63

Thornbury, Revd. Sam., v. of Thame and r. of Stoke Talmage, 156, 204, 209

Thurloe, John, sec. of State, 119

Thynne, Sir Hen. Fred., later ld. Carteret, 200; Jane, wid. of John (d. 1698), 200; Sir John (d. 1580), of Longleat (Wilts.), 200; Sir John (d. 1604), 200; John (fl. 1604), s. of Sir John (d. 1604), 200; John (d. 1698), of Egham (Surr.), 200; Sir Thos. (d. 1639), 200; Sir Thos., 1st vct. Weymouth (d. 1714), 200, 207; Sir Thos., 2nd vct. Weymouth (d. 1751), 200; fam., 168, 200, 210

Tiddington with Albury, 117, 134, 220; and see Albury

Tipping, Bart., 175; Sir Geo. (d. 1627), of Wheatfield, 175; Geo., s. of Wm. (fl. 1639), 175; Thos. (fl. 16th cent.), of Draycott, 175; Sir Thos. (fl. 17th cent.), 147; Wm., of Merton, 175; Wm. (fl. 1639), theologian, 175; —, s. of Sir Thos. (fl. 17th cent.), 147; fam., 175

Todd, Miss —, 216

Tomlinson, —, clock-maker, 183; John, watchmaker and gunsmith, 183

Toot Baldon, see Baldon, Toot

Tower, Wal., artist, 26

Towersey, de, John, v. of Thame, see Lucas

Towersey (Bucks.), 114, 162, 186, 196, 200; chap. of., 155, 199, 202

Towerton, Hen. (fl. 1668), quaker, 63; Hen. (fl. 1830), miller, 84; fam., 84

Townsend, Wm. the elder (fl. 1711), mason, 117; Wm. (fl. 1847), 73

Tracy, Alice, see Baldington; Hen., of Toddington, 172

Traill, Fr. Randolph, 211

Trinity Coll., Oxf., 75, 77, 79, 120; pres. of., see Harris; pres. and fellows of, 71, 73

Trotman, Lenthall, of Bucknell, 150; Sam., 150; Thos., 150

Trotton (Suss.), 11

Trustees (Commonwealth) for the Maintenance of Ministers, 55

Tuam, Baron, see Wenman

Tull, Agnes, 70; fam., 70

Turner, Geo., v. of Culham, 36

Turnpikes, 16, 27, 40, 117, 163

Turri, de, John, 175; Ric., 175; fam., 175

Turrill, John, mason, 5

Tusmore, 179

Twopenny, Wm., 169

Tythrop, 160

U

Underwood, H. J., architect, 109

Uniformity, Act of., 157

Upton (Bucks.), 179

Uxbridge, earl of, see Paget

V

Valence, de, Joan, see Fiennes; Steph., 126

Vaux, Eliz., 211

Verley, de, Geof., 45

Verney, Beatrice, m. Hen. Danvers, 229; John, 166; Sir Ralph, 166; fam., 221, 229

Vernon, de, Ric., 162

Victoria, Queen, 37, 143

Victoria and Albert Museum, Lond., 122

Victoria Cottage Hospital, Thame, 219

W

Wace (Ways), Elena, m. Sir Ric. de Louches, 123, 143; Sir Gil., 60; Wm. and his w. Agnes, 123

Waddesdon (Bucks.), 212

Wakehurst, Alice, see Baldington; John, 172

Wakering, John, preb. of Thame, 210

Wales, 40

Walkeleyne, John, mason, 206

Walker, Edw., 152; Steph., 215

Waller, Anna Maria m. Wm. Dormer, 127; Edm., poet, 161; Mary, see Bracey; fam., 212

Walles, Thos., 108

Wallingford (Berks.), 12, 13, 40, 45, 68, 162; castle, 182; const. of, see Boterel; hon. of, 127, 180; mayor of, see Paiable; rd. to, 93, 94; siege of, 221; mkt., 76; Methodist minister from, 63

Wallis, John, 52

Walter (fl. 1086), 9

Walter, v. of Culham, 36

Walter, s. of Thomas, 75

Walter de Dunsden, 152

Waltham (Berks.), 126

Warborough, 46, 53, 71, 72

Ward, Seth, bp. of Salisbury, 161

Wardell, W., architect, 63

Wardlaw, Capt. E. P., 144

Wareham Guild Ltd., Lond., 80

Wareville, de, Ralph, can. of Lincoln and preb. of Thame, 167

Warner, Eliz., w. of John, see Ashhurst; Hen., 209; John, 229; Thos., 131

Warren, abbot of Thame, 169, 181

Warren, John, mason, 206

Warwick, earl of, see Rich

Warwickshire, hundreds of, 2

Waryn, John, 66

Watchfield (Berks.), 31

Water Eaton, see Eaton, Water

Water Stratford, see Stratford, Water

Waterbeck, see Stokes

Waterperry, 222, 226

Waterstock, 114, 115, 116, 117, 170, 173, 192, 220–30; bridge, 220; char., 230; ch. bldg., 227–9; ch. hist., 226–7; civ. war, 221; Compt. cens., 225; crops, 225; dom. arch. 220; ec. hist., 224–6; farms, 225; fields, 224, 225; geol., 220, 225; incl., 224; man., 222–4; man. ho., 220, 221, 222; meadows, 220; mills, 225, 226; pop., 220, 225; rectors, 226, 227; rcty., 226; Rcty. ho., 221; schs., 230; taxes, 224; top., 220–2

Watkyn, fam., 154

Watlington, 13, 100, 153, 180; noncf. at, 63, 145, 214

Way, Jos., 192

Waynflete, Wm., bp. of Winchester, 221, 229

Ways, see Wace

Webb, Geof., 80

Welch, Jas., 33; John (d. 1807), 37; John (d. 1827), 37; Ric., carpenter, of Abingdon, 120; fam., 29, 33, 37

Weld, Humph., 130; Marg., see Simeon; Mary, 129; Thos., see Simeon; Thos., nephew of Thos., 130, 135

Welles, Mary, see Wildgoose; Ric., and his w., 134; fam., 138

Welles, de, Hugh, bp. of Lincoln, 166, 171, 178

Wellesbourne, John, of Mixbury, 32

Wells, Fr. Gil., Jesuit, 62; Jas., of Aldbourne, bell-founder, 109; Jas., of Little Milton, 136; John, 181; Paul, 143; Thos., 181

Wendelborough, fam., 180

Wenlock, Eliz., see Drayton; John, baron Wenlock, 19

Wenman, Agnes, see Fermor; Ldy. Eleanor, w. of Phil. 7th vct., see Bertie; Sir Francis (fl. 1636), 160; Sir Francis, bt., of Caswell (d. 1680), 169, 177; Isabella, see Williams; Marg., see Hampden; Mary, dau. of Thos., 2nd vct. Wenman of Tuam, m. Sir Francis Wenman, bt., 177; Phil., 3rd vct. Wenman of Tuam (d. 1686), 177; Phil., 6th vct. Wenman of Tuam (d. 1760), 161, 170, 177; Phil., 7th vct., and baron Tuam (d. 1800), 170, 177, 211; Ric., merchant of the Calais Staple, 177; Sir Ric. (d. 1572), 151, 177; Ric., M.P., cr. 1st vct. Wenman of Tuam (d. 1640), 177, 211; Sir Ric., cr. 4th vct. Wenman of Tuam (d. c. 1690), 177; Ric., 5th vct. Wenman of Tuam (d. 1729), 177; Sophia, vctss. Wenman (d. 1787), w. of Phil., 6th vct., see Herbert; Sophia (d. 1791), dau. of Phil., 6th vct., m. Wm. Humph. Wykeham, 177; Sophia Eliz., bnss. Wenman of Thame Park (d. 1870), see Wykeham; Sir Thos., merchant of the Calais Staple, 177; Thos. (d. 1577), s. of Sir Ric. and Isabella, 177; Thos., 2nd vct. Wenman of Tuam (d. 1665), 54, 161, 169, 177; —, dau. of Thos., 2nd vct., m. Edw. Clarke, 54; Ldy., see Sophia Eliz. Wykeham; est., 152; fam., 113, 161, 167, 169, 171, 172, 176, 177, 191, 205, 208, 211

Wentworth, Marg., m. Ld. Williams, 178; Sir Thos., Ld. Wentworth, 178; w. of Sir Thos., see Fortescue; fam., 209

Were, Miss —, 215

Wesley, John, theologian, 214

Wessex, kings of, see Athelstan, Cynegils; royal ho. of, 30, 53

Westfalling, Dr., vice-chancellor of Oxf. University and bp. of Hereford, 118; fam., 118

Westmacott, Hen., sculptor, 91; Ric., sculptor, 170

Westminster Abbey, Islip chap. of, 16; surveyor of, see Peers

Weston, Charlotte, 151; Frances, m. Revd. A. H. Matthews, 151; Revd. Sam. Ryder, can. of St. Paul's Cathedral, 151

Weston, North, in Thame, 113, 115, 116, 162, 170, 182, 203; bp's lands in, 170, 186, 187; cts., 194–5; ec. hist., 186–92; field map, 189; fields, 188; incl., 190; local govt., 193, 194, 195; man., 172–4; man. ho. (Quatremains Place), 127, 170; man. ho. chap., 170, 205; P.N., 186; sch., 215; taxes, 179, 188, 191; tithes, 200, 201, 202, 203

Wet, fam., 154

Weymouth, vcts., see Thynne

Whalley, Col. —, 161

Wharton, ld., of Wooburn (Bucks.), 212

Wheatfield, 151, 160; r. of, 156; and see Ellis, John

Wheatley, 11, 38, 123, 147; and see quarries

Wheatley, Harpesford or Herford Bridge, 8, 117

Wheeler, Chas., plumber, 59; Wm., 214

Whinchester, Wm., cur. of Dorchester, 55, 61

Whistler, John, 67

White, Geo., 43, 54, 76; Thos. Gil., 43, 73, 76; T. W., 84; Mr., see Thos. Gil.

Whitechapel bell-foundry, see Mears &Stainbank

Whitfield, Joan, 39

Wickham, in Banbury, 148

Wiffen, W. H., 213

Wiggin, Ric., 144

Wigginton, Wm., 14

Wigginton (Herts.), 98

Wigmore, Hen., 223; Sarah, w. of Hen., see Croke

Wilberforce, Sam., bp. of Oxf., 38, 141, 158

Wilder, John, 98; Thos., 98; Wm., 98; fam., 101

Wildgoose, Mary, m. Ric. Welles, 134; Paul, 144; fam., 144

Wilkes, John, pamphleteer, 213

Wilkins, Mat., 209

Wilkinson, Geo., architect, 165, 207; Hen., nephew of John, 119; Hen., princ. of Magdalen Hall, Oxf., and his w. Eliz., 143; Dr. John, pres. of Magdalen Coll., Oxf. 119

Willement, T., glass-painter, 142

William I, King, 30, 31

William II, King, 30, 96, 126

William IV, King, 164, 177

William (fl. 1086), kt., 114, 126, 130, 172

William, v. of Culham, 36

William, s. of Alex. of Coombe, 129, 130

William, s. of Henry, 187

William, s. of Osbert, 177

William the glazier, 180

William the priest, 156

William of Burcot, 67

William of Harpendern, 128

William of Malmesbury, see Malmesbury

Williams, Ld., of Thame, almshouses of, 165, 166, 217, 218

Williams, Revd. A. J., cur. of Drayton, 72, 79; Revd. Eliezer, cur. of Tetsworth, 148; Eliz., 171, 209; Isabella, m. 1 Sir Ric. Wenman, 2 Ric. Huddleston, 151, 171, 175, 177; Mrs. Jane, 111; Sir John (? fl. early 16th cent.), of Burghfield (Berks.), 171; Sir John (d. 1559), cr. ld. Williams of Thame, 10, 115, 150, 151, 160, 161, 165, 166, 167, 171, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 181, 190, 191, 200, 203, 204, 209, 215, 217; Revd. John (fl. early 19th cent.), v. of S. Stoke, 105, 106; Marg., w. of Sir John, see Wentworth; Marg., dau. of Sir John, m. Hen. Norreys, later ld. Norreys, 171; Thos., v. of S. Stoke, 97; fam., 10, 209

Willis, Edm., of Aldbourne, bellfounder, 37; Revd. Hugh, v. of Thame and hdmaster of Thame Sch., 204; Lawr., glass-painter, 158

Willoughby, Sir Chris., 86; Sir John Chris., 43, 73

Willoughby (Warws.), 173

Wills, G. Berkeley, architect, 169

Wilmot, Eliz., wid. of John Bury, see Bury; fam., of Culham, 33

Wilmott, John, 11, 13, 134; Leo., 71; Peter, 83; Ric., 83; fam., 83

Wiltshire, 173

Winchester (Hants.), 53

Winchester, bp. of, see Waynflete, Wykeham; dean of, see Humphrey

Winchester Coll., 66

Windbush (Wynbush), John, 151, 153; man., 151, 176

Windsor, Edw., ld., 171; Wm., ld., 171

Winter, Edw., 91

Wintle, Rob., v. of Culham, 31, 34, 36, 37

Wise, Mrs. Ann, 92; Edw., 85

Wise (le), Hen., 76; John (fl. 1327), 75, 76; John (fl. 1586), 83; John (d. 1641), 76; John (fl. 1665), 76; Ric., 75; Rob., 83; Thos., 91; fam., 76, 77

Wittenham, Little, 20, 40, 43, 44

Wittenham, Long, 17, 24

Wittenham Ferry lock (Later Day's Lock q.v.), 62

Wixon, fam., of Tiddington, 133

Wlwrich, priest of Thame, 203

Wollascott, Anne, see Palmer; Edw., 96; Wm., 96; fam., 94

Wollaston, Sam., 209; fam., 182

Wooburn (Bucks.), 115, 186; and see Wharton

Wood, Ant., antiquary, 41, 42, 54, 55, 58, 60, 61, 114, 148, 161, 166, 167, 182, 211, 221, 223, 228; Chris., br. of Ant., 148, 150; Thos., f. of Ant., 154; Wm., a monk, 169; fam., of Oxf., 153

Woodbridge, John, 190

Woodcote, de, Master Hen., 97; fam., 97

Woodcote, in S. Stoke, 3, 93, 96, 99, 101, 110; chap., 106; ec. hist., 98– 104; farms, 94, 95–96; Ho., 95; man. (Rawlins), 97; pop., 100, 101; schs., 110–11, Oratory sch., 95, 110–11; wd., 103

Woods, Thos., v. of Culham, 36, 37

Woodward, Mic., ward, of New Coll., Oxf., 166

Woolwich (Lond.), 65

Wootton Underwood (Bucks.), 127

Worcester, 40

Worcester, bp. of, 2

Worcester Coll. Oxf., prov. of, see Cotton

World War, First, 37, 39, 95, 108, 154, 210; Second, 27, 37, 39, 64, 66 and passim

Wormsley, in Stokenchurch, 175

Worsley, Frances, m. John Carteret, 200

Worthe, de, Thos., 152

Woubourne, (de), Rob., 123, 226

Wray, Bridget, bnss. Norreys, m. Montagu Bertie, 2nd earl of Lindsey, 43; Edw., 4, 43, 167, 172, 190, 200; Eliz., see Norreys; fam., 167, 171

Wrexham, 91

Wright, Sir Nathan, 140; Revd. Rob., r. of Waterstock, 227

Wroughton, Seymour, 170

Wulfhere, King of Mercia, 178

Wulfwig, bp. of Dorchester, 53

Wyatt, Geo., builder of Oxf., 5, 37, 142, 143, 228; Jas., architect, 120; John, of Oxf., 25; Ric. &Son, masons, 5

Wycombe, de, Master Osbert, r. of S. Stoke, 105

Wycombe, High (Bucks.), 160, 163, 212

Wycombe and Oxford Rlwy., 220

Wyfold man., in Checkendon, 97

Wykeham, Phil. J. D., 219; Phil. Thos., 160, 177; Phil. Thos. Herb., 177; Sophia, see Wenman; Sophia, Eliz. (d. 1870), cr. bnss. Wenman, 163, 167, 169, 170, 175, 176, 177, 201, 216; Wm. Humph., 177; Wm. Ric., 177; Miss, see Sophia Eliz. (d. 1870); and see Wykeham-Musgrave

Wykeham, Wm. of, bp. of Winchester, 19, 66

Wykeham-Musgrave, Aubrey Wenman, 177; Georgiana, see Musgrave; Herb. Wenman, 177; Wenman Aubrey, 177, 207; fam., 201, 205

Wylmot, John (d. 1498) and his w. Anne, 91; John (d. 1508) and his w. Alys, 91; fam., 91

Wynbush, see Windbush

Wyndham, Eliz., see Croke; Sir Thos., 223

Y

Yate, Francis, 74; John and his w. Alice, 74; Thos. (d. 1565), 74, 75; Thos. (fl. 1597), 74; farn. of Lyford (Berks.), 74, 76

Yateman, Jas., 67

Yates, Mr. — (fl. 1574), 73

Yong, John, 143; Thos., 143

Yonge, Joan, 21, and see Hopkins; Rog., 20; Wm. (d. 1430), and his w. Alice, 61; Wm. (d. 1531), 20, 24; fam., 19

York, bps. of, see Neville, Oscytel

Young, Art., 14, 22, 33, 48, 50, and passim; John (fl. 1706/14), 38; John (fl. 1786), 154; Wm., 146

Z

Zealand, New, 183

Zouche, la, Joan, see Inge; Wm., 123

Zouche de Haryngworth, peerage of, 32; and see Bisshopp