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'Index', A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 8: Lewknor and Pyrton hundreds (1964), pp. 277-297. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63830 Date accessed: 26 October 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; Capt., Captain; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; ch. (chs.), church(es); ch. bldg., church building; ch. hist., church history; Chanc., Chancellor; chap, (chaps.), chapel(s); char. (chars.), charity (charities); Chas., Charles; Chpl., Chaplain; Chpry., chapelry; 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; 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., Frederick; Gab., Gabriel; Gen., General; Geo., George; Geoff., 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; jnr., junior; jurisd., jurisdiction; Kath., Katharine; kt., knight; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Ld., Lord; 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; min., minister; 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; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pk., park; Pncss., 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., Rectory (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; Vct., Viscount; Vctss., Viscountess; Ven., Venerable; vic., vicarage; Vic., Vicarage (building); Vs., 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

Abarrow (formerly Barrow), Ant., 267; Edw., 267; John (fl. 1428), 267; Maud, see Grey; fam., 267

Abbefeld, Geoff, de, 109

Abbefeld (Great, Little, or Old), in Lewknor, 2, 100, 102, 105, 107; and see Lewknor

Abbot's Fee, see Sydenham Grange

Abbotsbury (Dors.), Chantry at, 84 n

Abergavenny, Cath., Lady, see Chamberlain; John, Ld., and his w. Eliz., see Neville; fam., 184; arms, 179

Abingdon, Earl of, see Bertie

Abingdon (Berks.), 144 n, 161 n, 182, 198, 239, 257

Abingdon Abbey (Berks.), 2, 8, 104, 107, 108, 253, 254; abbot of, 28, 100, 103, 106; and see Aldred, Ingulf, Ordric; Chronicle, 3, 109; est. at Lewknor, 3, 20, 106; monks of, 100, 106

Abraham the Jew, 203

Ackhampstead (or Moor End), in Lewknor, 2, 2 n, 5, 98, 100, 104 n, 107, 109; chap. (Morechapel or St. Mary de Moor), 110, 111; man., 103–4; and see Lewknor, passim

Ackworth, Susanna, 173; Thos., V. of Pyrton, 171, 173

Adam, Abbot of Evesham (fl. 12th cent.), 152

Adam (fl. 1351), V. of Shirburn, 188

Adam, John s. of (fl. 1279), 27, 107

Adam of Assenden, 147

Adeane, Eliz., 181, 189; Hen., 48; John (d. 1504) and his w. Joan, 209; John (d. 1566), 48; John (d. 1614), 46, 48, 50; Jude, 48 n; Mary, m. Edm. Gregory, 46, 244; Ralph (d. 1608), 46, 48; Ric., 181, 189, 239; Sim., 242, 244; Thos., 220 n, 223; Wm., 189; fam., 48, 189, 228, 239, 244 n; arms, 244

'Adingeham', see Ingham

Adkins, fam., 137 n

Adwell, Geoff, of (fl. 1176), 8; Wm. of, 8

Adwell, 2, 2 n, 5, 6, 7–16, 99, 111, 203, 253, 259, 261, 263, 270, 272; adv., 13; chars., 13, 16; ch. bldg., 15; ch. hist., 13–15; Compt. cens., 13; Cop, 7; crops, 11, 12; dom. arch., 7; fields, 11, 12; inch, 11, 12, 13; man., 8–10; man. ho., 7; mill, 9 n, 12; noncf. 15–16; P.N., 7, 10; pop., 11, 12, 13; Quakers at, 15; rcty., 12; Rs., 14; schs., 16, 115; taxes, 11, 274; top., 7–8

Ælfgiva (fl. 1045), 100

Ælfhelm (fl. c. 1080), a freeman, 219

Africa, South, 173

Agriculture, Board of, Pres. of, see Parker

Aiken, Wm., glass-painter, 77

Aitkins, John, architect, 142

Akemannestrete, see Icknield Way

Alan, Roland s. of (d. 1247), 21

Alan son of Roland (d. by 1212), 20, 21

Alan son of Roland, Sir, of Aston (d. after 1295), 21, 36, and his sons, see FitzAlan; ests. in Leics., 21

Albury, 62, 62 n, 84, 183

Aldebourne, John de, R. of Lewknor and Fellow of Merton Coll., Oxf., 109, 113

Aldermaston (Berks.), 103

Aldred, Abbot of Abingdon, 100 n

Aldridge, Chris., V. of Lewknor, 111

Alfred of Shirburn (fl. 1139), 185; and see Brokepenny

Alfric (fl. 1065), 26

Algar, a tenant of Abbefeld, 104

Alice, Dame, of Baldon, 222

Alice of Crowell, 222 n

All Souls Coll., Oxf., 101, 102, 105, 108, 109, 113, 114; Chapl. of, 111; Codrington Libr., 102; Fellows of, 110, 111, and see Knody; Warden of, see Hovendon, Niblet

Allcock, Jos., 87

Allen, Sam., 79; Thos., 218

Alliver's Alley, see Spriggs Alley

Allnut, John, 8; Thos. Bishop, 79; Wm. (fl. 1523), 12; Wm. (fl. 19th cent.), 78, 79; Mr., 79, 237; yeo. fam. of Hempton, 57

Alloway, Mrs. —, 144

Almar (fl. ante 1086), 117

Alsop, Hen., 247 n

Altham fam., 40 n

Alveton, de, John I (d. 1361), 24; John II (d. by 1361), 24; Marg., dau. of John I, m. Sir Thos. de Williamscote, 24; Marg., wid. of John II, m. Sir Wm. de Lucy, 25; Nichola, see Blount; fam., 24

Alwin (fl. 11th cent.), 82, 92, 94

Alyard, Master Edm., R. of Britwell and Fellow of Oriel Coll., Oxf., 51

Alyson fam., 39

Arnadeo of Savoy (fl. 1282), 148

Amaury (fl. 1210), Master of the Temple, 202

Amfrey son of Roland (fl. early 12th cent.), 20

Ampney, Down (Glos.), 52 n

Ampthills, see Anthills

Anabaptists, see Baptists

Andrew (fl. 13th cent.), V. of Watlington, 238

Andrews (Andrewes), Ric., 202; Sarah, m. Rob. Hester, 23

Anjou, Marg. of, Queen of King Hen. VI, 147, 149

Anketil, Adam, 216; Wm., 216, 226

Anointers, see Baptists

Ansger, clerk of Lewknor, 103 n, 109

Anthills (Ampthills), in Watlington (lost hamlet), 213, 216, 222 n

Antony, Sim., a Dutch weaver, 232

Aphaury, Joan, see Yorke; Steph., 25 n

Appowells of Buckingham, bellfounders, 97

Apselan (or Epselan), Emma, dau. of John, 18; John, 188; Wm., 187 n; fam., 187 n, 188

Arch, Jos., 165

Architects, see Aitkins, Banks, Billing, Blomfield, Bruton, Buckeridge, Buckler, Chesterton, Coleridge, Cooper, Dolby, Hannay, Harris, Hussey, Johnson, Lamb, Lee, Masters, Nash, Pace, Parker, Rebecca, Sanderson, Scott (G. G.), Street, Tilden, Tollit, Vernon, Webb, Wilkinson, Wyatt

Ardley, 185, 253, 254

Ardys, Wm., R. of Weston, 260

Arnold, Revd. Edw., 70

Arthur, Prince, s. of Hen. VII, 4, 4 n

Arundel, Earls of, see d'Aubigny, FitzAlan

Ascot, in Gt. Milton, 59

Ashby, Castle (Northants.), 156 n

Ashby-de-la-Zouch (Leics.), 60

Ashby, North (Northants.), 156 n

Ashhurst, Hen. (d. 1680), a Merchant Taylor of London, 93; Sir Hen. (ft. 1691), 91, 93, 96, 97; Sir Wm., 95; Canon —, 77 n: fam., 93

Assendon, Adam of, 147

Assendon, Upper (now Stonor), in Pyrton, 129 n, 137, 139, 147, 153, 154, 155, 159, 168; almsho., 177; ec. hist., 157, 159, 164, 165; farm hos., 142; lib. of, 134; mans., 50, 133, 149, 154–5. 159, 221; Nether, 142; P.N., 157; Rom. Cathm., 171, 175; sch., 138, 175, 176, 177; Stonor Arms', 142; taxes, 159, 275; tithes, 136, 155

Association of Independent Churches in Oxon. and Berks., 79

Astley, Alice, m. Ric. Champernowne, 21; Nic., 36

Aston, John, V. of Aston, 35

Aston, in Stone (Staffs.), 221

Aston, North, 63

Aston-by-Sutton (Ches.), 185 n

Aston Clinton (Bucks.), 251

Aston Rowant (or Aston St. Helen or Elene), 2, 2 n, 5, 6, 8, 11, 16–43, 72, 79, 88, 98, 100, 103, 104, 107, 121, 157, 186, 211, 218, 222, 253, 267; adv., 35; Aston Cross in, 17; Aston St. Helen, 17; chap., 22; chars., 42–43; ch. bells, 40; ch. bldg., 38–40; ch. hist., 35–38; ch. plate, 40; Civ. War, 20; Compt. cens., 33, 40, 41; crops, 31, 32; dom. arch., 17–18, 20; 'Drum and Plough', 16, 17; ec. hist., 26–33; farm hos., 17–18; farms, 17, 18, 31, 32; field map, 30; field systems, 28, 29; glebe, 35, 36; 'hillwork', see wds.; incl., 17, 28–29, 31, 32, 127; inns, 17; 'Lambert Arms', 17; man. ho., 17, 78; man. services, 27; mans., 20–26; Milksoppes man., 22; occs., 33; par. govt., 34–35; P.N., 17, 26; poor rel., 32, 34–35; 'Poors House', 18, 34; Pop., 26, 28, 33; Prot. noncf., 40–41; rlwy. station, 17, 33; rcty., 35; rds., 16–17; Rom. Cathm., 40; schs., 41–42, 91; taxes, 27, 28, 33, 34, 274; tithes, 35, 36; top., 16–20; Vic, 17; vic, 36; Vs., 36–37; wds., 32, 33; and see Chalford, Copcourt, Kingston Blount, Kingston Stert, Penn, Stokenchurch, Wormsley

Aston (Rowant), deanery of, 13, 73, 123, 134, 168, 236, 259, 270

Aston St. Helen (or Elene), see Aston Rowant

Atkinson, Wm., 144; Messrs. —, of Newcastle upon Tyne, glasspainters, 243

Attington, 63, 122

d'Aubigny, Cecile, m. Rog. de Montalt, 253; Hugh, Earl of Arundel, 253; Phil. (fl. 1227), Keeper of Wallingford castle, 217; fee, 253

Audley, Sir Jas. de (fl. 1354), 9. 9 n; Marg., see Bereford

Aumale, Count of, see B´thune

Aumale and Devon, Ctss. of, see Forz

d'Aumarle, Eliz., m. 1 John Mautravers, 2 Sir Humph. Stafford (d. 1413), 83, 84

Aumary (fl. 1086), ld. of Britwell Salome, 45, 471 Aumary (d. by 1130), see Sulham

d'Aundeley, Drew, 100, 104, 183, 185; fee, 100

d'Avranche, Hugh, 2nd Earl of Chester, 147, 152, 156 n, 220, 253; Ric, 3rd Earl of Chester, 254 n

Aylesbury, Wal. de, 88

Aylesbury (Bucks.), 59, 216

B

Bacon, Sir Francis, 218

Badcock, John, antiquary, 210, 216, 239, 240, 241

Bailey, Francis, min. of Sydenham, 124

Baker, see Barker, Wm. (d. 1676)

Baldon, 186, 192

Baldon, Marsh, 222, 224, 226, 233, 234, 254 n; and see Baldon

Baldwyn, Revd. Leon., 77, 97

Ballard, Cdr. Chas. F., 39

Balliol Coll., Oxf., 273

Ballowe, Dan., 10; Dav. 8

Bambridge, Thos., 73 n

Banbury castle, 174

Banks, E., architect, 77

Baptists (or Anabaptists), 40, 41, 78, 97, 114, 126, 176, 245, 246; Particular, 126; Seventh Day (Sabbatarians, Anointers), 40, 246

Barantyne (Barantine, Barentine), Drew (d. 1417), 151; Sir Drew (d. 1453), 62, 63, 151, 152; Eliz., wid. of John (d. 1474), m. 2 Sir John Botiller, 63, 68, 152; Eliz., see Malyns; Francis, 151; Joan, see James; Joan, w. of Thos., 61 n; Joan, wid. of Drew, m. 2 Sir John Marny, 162; John (d. 1474), 62, 151, 152; John (d. 1485), 62, 151, 152; Mary, see Stonor; Mary, m. Sim. Perrot, 151; Reg. or Reynald (d. 1441), 62, 151, 152; Thos. (d. 1399), ld. of Chalgrove, 61, 62, 152, 222; Sir Wm. (d. 1556), of Grt. Haseley, 151, 160; fam., 45 n, 63, 151, 161

Barbour, Eliz., see Brokepenny; Thos., 186

Bargrave, Isaac, 22

Barker, Ann, m. Sir Pope Danvers, 201; Sir Ant., 207; Frances, m. 1 Ric. Howse, 201, 2 Francis Woodward, 201 n; Nat., R. of Stoke Talmage, 207, 208; Wm. (d. 1676), 199, 201; Wm. (d. 1694), and his w. Frances, 201, 206; fam. of Sonntng, 201

Barlow, Thos., Bp. of Lincoln, 260

Barnard, Abel, 155; Agnes, see Eustace; Joel, 155; John, V. of Pyrton, 140 n, 164, 170; Thos., Canon of Ch. Ch., Oxf., and V. of Pyrton, 155, 170, and his w. Edith, 173; fam., 173

Barnes, Maria, 249; Thos. 244, 249

Barnett, Revd. Herb., 240, 241.

Bartlett (Bartlet), Jas., 248; John, astronomer, 183; John, farmer, 228; Sim., 228, 244

Basingstoke (Hants), 79

Basset, Gil., of Headington, 148; Phil., of Wootton Basset, 148, 148 n; Thos., 8; fam., see Despenser

Bassingbourne, John de, and his w. Christine, 45

Bath (Som.), 265; stone, 18

Bathurst, Ben., 135

Bayley, Mary, m. Thos. Eustace, 220; Wal., R. of Crowell and Fellow of Magd. Coll., Oxf., 89

Bayly, Ada Ellen ('Edna Lyall'), novelist, 57

Bazzanti, P., of Florence (Italy), sculptor, 113

Beacon's Bottom, in Stokenchurch (Aston Rowant), 16

Beale, Mary, painter, 144; Wm., 210

Bealknap (or Belknap), Rob. de, 219, 221

Beauchamp (or Beauchamp, de), Lady Alice, of Bloxham, 259; Eleanor, Lady Ros, dau. of Eliz., 184; Eliz., see Berkeley; Eliz., see Coleby; Eliz., Lady Latimer, dau. of Eliz., 184; Jas., R. of Crowell and V. of Shirburn, 89; Joan, see Fitzwyth; John (fl. 1367), 254; Sir John (d. by 1420), 254, 259 n; Marg., Ctss. of Shrewsbury, dau. of Eliz., 184; Marg., m. 1 John Pauncefoot, 2 John Wysham, 3 Sir Wal. Skull, 254, 255, 255 n; Pet., 153; Ric, Earl of Warwick, 179, 184; Sir Wal., 220, 254; fam., 22 n, 222, 259

Beaumont, de, Maud, m. 1 Hugh Druval, 3 Wm. de Sutton, 150; Phil., 150; Thos., 150; Wm., 150

Bee Abbey (Normandy), 11, 12, 35, 74, 237; Abbot of, see Hugh; man. of Bledlow (Bucks.), 36; prop, in Adwell, 13

Beche, Joan de la, m. Sir And. de Sackville, 92, 94; Nic. dela (d. 1345), Constable of the Tower and Seneschal of Gascony, 211, 218; arms of, 97

Beck, see 'Beckharlewins'

Beck, Cadwallader Coker, R. of Crowell, 90; Lt. Donald Coker, 78

'Beckharlewins' (or Beck) harvest tithes, 13, 74

Beckley, 84

Bedford, Ctss. of, see Isabella; Dchss. of, see Leveson-Gower; Duke of, 36, and see Lancaster, John of; Ric, 59; —, of Oxford St., Lond., monumental mason, 39

Bedford, county of, 151

Bedingfield, Sir Hen., 20

Bedowe, Ric., V. of Lewknor, 110

Bedwall, Eliz., m. Wm. Cottesmore, 46

Beke, Wm., 222

Bekeswelle, John de, 65

Belchior (or Belcher), John (fl. 1660), 41

Belgrave, John, R. of Stoke, 207

Belknap, see Bealknap

Bell, J. W. Bussey, V. of Pyrton, and his w, Susan, 172; Mary, 137

Bell & Sons, of Bristol, glass-painters, 126

Bellewe, de, Alice, dau. of Geoff., 26; Geoff, (d. c. 1200), 25; Gil. (fl. 1166), 25; Maud, dau. of Geoff., 25

Belson, Anne, see Curson; Anne, see Tempest; Augustine, and his w. Mary, 23; Augustine (fl. 16th cent.) of Stokenchurch, 40; Augustine (d. 1616) and his w. Mildred, 18, 22, 29, 35, 40; Bart. (d. 1575), 23, 35; Eleanor, 29; Maurice (fl. 1706), 40, 114; Ric. (d. 1569) and his w. Eliz., 23; Ric. (fl. 1739), 38; Rob. (fl. 1523), 29; Rob. (fl. 1584), 21, 29, 40; Thos. (fl. 15th cent.), 23; Thos. (d. 1589), 40; Wm., of Brill, 40; fams. of Aston and Brill, 2, 19, 22, 23, 29, 40, 161

Belsted, Laur. de, R. of Wheatfield, 271

Belvero, Ric. de, V. of Aston, 36

Bennett, Jas., 87; Rob., 87; Thos., and his w. (fl. 17th cent.), 245; Thos. L., V. of Pishill, 135, 136, 137, 138

Benson, Wm., R. of South Weston, 261

Benson, 4 n, 43, 205, 208; man. 2, 3, 5

Bentley (Hants), 255

Benton, Eliz. Anne, 77; W. E., 71, 77

Bere Ferrers (Devon), 21

Bereford, Agnes, m. Sir John Mautravers, 9; Sir Baldwin de, 218, 267; Sir Edm. (d. 1354), of Clapcot (Berks.), 9, 46n; Eliz. de, see Whitfield; Joan, m. Sir Gil. de Elsfield, 9; Marg., m. Sir Jas. de Audley, 9; Sir Wm., judge, 9; fam., 270

Berkeley, Eliz. (d. 1422), m. Ric. Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, 184; Marg., Bnss. Lisle, w. of Thos., see Lisle; Thos., Ld. (d. 1417), 179, 184

Berkshire, Earls of, see Howard, Norreys

Berkshire Association of Baptists, 40, 114, 176, 245

Bernard, Francis, R. of Brightwell, 102, 114; Francis, s. of Revd. Francis, 102; Margery, see Winlow

Bernard-Morland, Mary Ann, m. 1 Revd. Fred. Chas. Spencer, 2 Revd. Edw. Fanshawe Glanville, 263, 265, 266, 270, 272, 273; arms, 272

Bertie, Lady Cath., dau. of 2nd Earl of Lindsey, m. Sir Rob. Dormer, 59; Jas., Ld. Norreys (fl. 1675), Earl of Abingdon, 88; Montagu, 2nd Earl of Lindsey, 179, 195; Willoughby, R. of Crowell, 89; est. in Crowell, 84, 86, 87

Berwyk, Sir Hugh de, 189

Bessels, Kath., see Leigh; Sir Pet., 104; Sir Thos., 104

Besselsleigh (Berks.), 103

Betham (Bethom), Chris., s. of Nic., 10, 10 n; Edw., s. of Nic., 10; Marg., see Symeon; Nic. (d. 1557), 7 n, 8, 9, 10, 10 n; Rob., 114; Sybil, 10

Bethlem and St. Luke's Hosp., Lond., 168

Bethom, see Betham

Béthune, Baldwin de, Count of Aumale, 58

Beversbrook, in Hilmarton (Wilts.), 24

Biddulph, Mary, m. Thos. (VI) Stonor, 155

Bidun, de, Halinad, and his w. Agnes, 211, 217, 223, 236; Sarah, m. Wm. Paynell, 217, 236

Bidwell, — (fl. 1759), noncf. preacher, 78

Bigod, Hugh, Earl of Norfolk, 217; Rog., Earl of Norfolk, 3 n, 218, 223

Billing, John, architect, 126

Binfield hundred, 2, 3

Birch, John W. (later Newell Birch), 10, 15, 255, 258, 259, 261; Thos. (later Gen. Birch Reynardson), 10

Birch Reynardson, Aubrey H., 12, 15; Hen. (d. 1884), 10, 15, 115, 255; Lt.-Col. Hen. T., C.M.G., 10, 13, 255, 259; Gen. Thos., 10; fam., 8, 10 n; and see Birch, Newell Birch and Reynardson

Bird (or Burt), Wm., R. of Wheatfield, 271

Birkhead, Ric., V. of Watlington and Fellow of Queen's Coll., Oxf., 240, 244, 248

Birley, Geo., 247

Birmingham (Warws.), 232; R.C. diocese of, 245

Bisham Priory (Berks.), 170 n, 177

Bix, 134, 136, 137, 142, 154, 159, 177, 221; R. of, 237

Bixbrand, 132

Black Prince, the, see Edw. of Woodstock

Blackall, Ann, m. Wm. Cozens (d. 1844), 233; Paul, 140, 156, 169, and his w. Ann, 173; Ric., 44; Thos., 25, 35, 191; Blackall's (or Priory) Ho., 44

Blackall & Cozens, bankers (later Thos. & Wm. Cozens), 233; and see Cozens

Blackler, Messrs., & Sons, 243

Blandford, Wal., Bp. of Oxf., 73

Blandy, Adam, R. of Wheatfield, 265, 271, 273; Francis, 206

Bledlow (Bucks.), 10, 61, 65, 115, 124, 157, 243; fee, 202; man., 36, 74

Blenheim Palace (Woodstock), 265; park, 191

Bletchingdon, 218

Blomfield, Art., architect, 15, 113

Blount (or le Blount), Sir And. (d. 1259), of Kingston, 24, 68; Ellen, see Mare; Emma, wid. of Hugh (d. c. 1237), 24; Sir Hugh I (d. c. 1327), 19, 24, 25, 27, and his w. Nicola, 19; Hugh II (d. 1314), 24, 39; Hugh III (d. 1361), 24; Joan, wid. of Rob. III, 24; John, s. of Sir Thos. I (d. by 1421), 25; Margery, wid. of Hugh II, 24; Mary, m. Chas. Stonor (d. 1781), 155; Nicola, wid. of Hugh I, m. 2 John de Alveton, 24, 25; Nic., s. of Hugh II, 24; Rob. I (fl. c. 1200), aid. of Lond., 24; Rob. II (d. by 1300), s. of And., 24; Rob. III (d. by 1337), s. of Hugh II, 24; Sir Thos. I (d. by 1407), 8, 25; Sir Thos. II (d. 1400), 24 n, 25; fam., 18, 24, 25 n; fam. of Mapledurham, 155; fee, 5

Blount's Court, 174, 177

Bloxham, 14

Blundell, Hen., of Ince, 176

Blyborough (Lines.), 156 n

Boarstall (Bucks.), 153

Bodiam (Suss.), castle, 179

Body, Wm., 266

Boehm, Sir J. E., Bt., sculptor, 113

Bohun, de, Eleanor, m. Thos. of Woodstock, Duke of Buckingham, 149; Joan, wid. of Humph., 149, 149 n; Humph., Earl of Essex, Hereford, and Northampton, 147, 149; Mary, 149; Wm., Earl of Northampton, 148; inheritance, 147, 149

Boleyn, Queen Anne, 93, 238; Marg., m. John Sackville, 93

Bolney, John, 220

Bolney, in Harpsden, 3, 177

Bolton Castle, in Wensley (Yorks.), castle at, 179

Bonnot, Thos., 41

Boolar, Wm., 244

Booth, John, R. of Britwell, 51, 52

Bordeaux (France), Mayor of, see St. Philibert

Bosanquet, Jacob, 4

Bosmer man., in Fawley (Bucks.), 266

Bosworth, battle of, 59

Botiller, Lady Eliz., see Barantyne; Sir John, 152

Botterell Hawkins, Chas., V. of Lewknor, 111

Bouldre (Bouldry, Buldry), Thos., 196 n; Wm. (d. 1499), of Shirburn and his w. Joan, 195, 196 n; Wm., of Westcote Barton, 196 n

Bourne Memorial Chapel, in Chinnor, 79 n

Bracey, Jas., 247 n; Reynold de, 47; fam., 229

Bradford, Edw., 43

Bradford Charity (or Lydall's rent charge), 43

Bradley, Jas., 181, 183

Braham, Ric., 73

Brandon, Chas., Duke of Suffolk, 102, 104

Braose, de, Beatrice, see St. Helen; Sir Giles (d. 1305), 83, 88; John, s. of Sir Giles, 83; Lucy, dau. of Sir Giles, m. 1 Rob. Mautravers, 2 John Pauleshott, 83; fam., 83

Brathwell, John, 256, 357

Bréauté, de, Fawkes, 83; Marg., see FitzGerold; Thos. (fl. 1255), 83; Thos. (d. by 1293) and his wid. Eliz., 83

Brechin (Forfar), Bp. of, see Forbes

Bredenhall, Edm., 104

Brereton, John, Ld., 272; Mary, see Tipping

Breteuil, de, Gil. (fl. 1086), 66, 117; Rog., s. of Wm. FitzOsbern, 62

Breteuil (Normandy, France), 117

Bretford, Ric. de, 223

Brett, Maj. the Hon. Lionel, 214, 223; the Hon. Oliver, later 3rd Vet. Esher, 211, 223

Brictewell, see Brightwell Baldwin

Brightwell (Berks.), 102, 114

Brightwell Baldwin, 24, 43, 45, 45 n, 47, 47 n, 48, 48 n, 201, 255, 266; man., 46; R. of, 75, and see Paul; schl. board, 54

Brill (Bucks.), 40, 57, 114

Brinkhurst, John, 102 n, 114

Brinkworth-with-Grittenham (Wilts.), 25

Bristol, Dean of, see Pigou

British Railways, 17, 55, 81

Britnell, Ben., 71

Brittany (France), 22

Britwell (Britwell Salome and Britwell Prior), 3, 43, 210

Britwell Prior, in Newington, 43, 44, 47, 48, 49, 134, 155, 255; chap., 52; Ho., 43; incl., 49–50; Priory, 44; Rom. Cathm., 78; union w. Britwell Salome, 52–53, 210; and see Britwell, Britwell Salome

Britwell Salome, 2 n, 3, 5, 6, 8, 43–55, 61, 66, 189, 215, 220, 222, 228, 231, 237, 238, 249, 255; adv., 45; chars., 54–55; Civ. War, 45; ch. bldg., 53–54; ch. hist., 50–53; Compt. cens., 48; dom. arch., 44–45; ec. hist., 47–50; farm hos., 44; field system, 48; glebe, 51; incl., 43, 49–50; inns, 44–45; man., 45–47; noncf., 54; occs., 50; P.N., 44, 47; pop., 47, 48, 50; Priory Ho., 44; rds., 43; Rs., 49 n, 51–52; Rcty., 44; rcty., 51; schs., 54; taxes, 44, 48; tithes, 51; top., 43–45; yeo. fams., 48; and see Britwell, Britwell Prior

Briwes, see Bruys

Broad Hinton (Wilts.), 22

Broke, Laur. de, 63 n

Brokepenny, Agnes, see Lewknor; (?) Alfred of Shirburn, 185 n; Eliz., m. Thos. Barbour, 186; Hen., 186; John Fitz Alfred, 185 n, 186; John (fl. 1279), 186, 186 n, 188; John (f). 14th cent.), and his w. Alice, 186, 188; Rog., 185 n; fam., 186, 188

Brome, see Browne

Bromham (Wilts.), 254 n

Bronze Age remains, 7, 10, 224

Brooke, Wm., yeo., 113

Brotherton, Thos., Earl of Norfolk (d. 1338), 148

Brown, Fr. Wm., 245

Brown & Sons, Messrs. A., builders of Nettlebed, 176

Browne, Art. Hen., see Clerke Brown; Hen. Alex., 31, 32, 35 n; John (d. 1870), 19, 25, 31, 32, 32 n, 38; Mary Eliz., see Clerke; fam., 25, 31, 32; and see Clerke Brown

Browne (or Brome), Anne, m. Ric. Fermor, 59; John, R. of Britwell, 52, 53; Wm., Ld. Mayor of London, 59

Browning, E. J., 24

Brudenell, Edm., 103; Rob., of Deene (Northants.), 151

Bruern Abbey, 266 n

Bruges, Sir John, Ld. Mayor of London, 93; Winifred, m. 1 Sir Ric. Sackeville, 2 John Paulet, Mqss. of Winchester, 93

Bruley, Amice (or Anne), 46 n; Cath., see Foliot; Hen., 63; Joan, 63; fam., 63

Bruton, E. G., architect, 17, 39, 90, 91

Bruys (Briwes), de, John, s. of Rob., 150; Margery, wid. of Rob., m. 2 Sir Hen. Grapinel, 150, 157, 158, 202; Rob., 150; fam., 150, 167

Bryant, T., 247

Brydges, Jas., 1st Mqss. of Caernarvon and Duke of Chandos, 213

Buchan, Earl of, see Comyn

Buckeridge, Chas., architect, 53, 97

Buckhurst, Lord, see Sackville

Buckingham, Duke of, see Woodstock, Thos. of; rebellion of, see Stafford, Hen.

Buckingham (Bucks.), 83, 173; county, 80, 98, 112, 151, 175

Buckinghamshire Soc. of Friends, 91

Buckland, Ric., see Hutchins; Wm., yeo., 244; fam., 40 n

Buckland (Berks.), Carswell man. in, 45

Buckle, W. L., R. of Adwell, 14; Wm., V. of Pyrton, 141, 171

Buckler, J. C., architect, 15, 38, 76, 89, 97, 113, 172, 195, 208, 243, 261

Bucknell, 185, 254

Bucuinte, Hen., 47

Bulkley, Chas., 60; Eliz., see Hertshorn; John, 60; Rob. (d. 1514) and his w. Anne, 60; Rob. (d. 1550), 60; Wm., 60; fam., 60; man., 69

Bull, Dr. John, of Christ Church, Oxf., 172

Bullingdon R.D.C., 100

Bunce, Hannah, m. John White, 247 n

Burford Priory, 179

Burgate, Nether, in Fordingbridge (Hants), 60

Burgess, Alice, dau. of Joan, see Sackville; Joan, mistress of Sir And. de Sackville, 92; Thos., s. of Joan, see Thos. de Sackville (or Burgess); Wm., mapmaker, 140 n, 178, 181, 263, 264; fam., in Weston, 258

Burgh, Hawise de, m. Rob. de Grelle (d. 1282), 148

Burghers, Mic., mapmaker, 179, 263

Burghfield, de, Pet., R. of Burghfield (Berks.), 179, 185; Sir Rob., 178, 185, 202; Sir Rog., 185, 187; fam., 185; fee, 187

Burghfield (Berks.), 185

Burghley, Ld., see Cecil

Burnell, Ld., see Dunch

Burnham (Bucks.), 84

Burrough, Edw., 91

Burrows, John, wooldraper of London, 117; Revd. John, 117; Revd. Wm., 87; fam., of Thame, 117, 122

Burt, Anne (d. 1730), wid. of Edw. Burt, 244, 251; char., 251, 252; and see Bird

Burton, Dan., 244

Bushell, John, V. of Lewknor, 102, 111, 112, 113, 114

Busker, Hen. le, 50 n

Bussard, Nic., 65; fam., 65, 121

Butler, Alice, see Knoyle; Avice, Ctss. of Ormond and Wilts., see Stafford; Jas., Earl of Ormond and Wilts. (d. 1461), 84; Thos., 61

Buttanshaw, Francis, Cur. of Chinnor, 75, 76

Button, Ralph, Canon of Christ Ch., Oxf., 41

Buxsted, Eleanor, see Malyns; John, 62 n

Bygge, yeo. fam., 66

Byng, Geo., 4th Vct. Torrington, 181

Byron, Geo., 209; Geo. Gordon, Ld. Byron, poet, 208; Hon. Wm., R. of Stoke Talmage, 208, 209

Byrte, Wm., 153

C

Cade, John, 223

Cadenham, in Bremhill (Wilts.), 25

Cadmore End (Bucks.), 2, 5, 98, 100, 108, 112

Cadogan, Sir Edw., 20

Caernarvon, Mqss. of, see Brydges

Caillaud, Brig.-Gen. John, 17, 18, 18 n, 22, 31, 34, 41, 42; and his w. Mary, 39; fam., 39

Calais (Pas de Calais, France), 149

Callis, Emmelina, 245 n; fam., m 245

Camden, Wm., mapmaker, 57

Camera (or Chamber), Wm. de, 188; fam., 188

Camoys, Lds., see Stonor

Camoys and Vaux, Barony of, 155; and see Biddulph, Stonor

Campbell, Mr. —, of Britwell, 54

Campion, S. J., Fr. Edm., 174

Canons, in Great Stanmore (Mdx.), 10

Canterbury, Abps. of, see Chichele, Cranmer, Dover, Howley, Parker, Stafford, Stigand, Theobald; commrs. of, 35 n; diocese of, 52; and see Christchurch Priory

Cardinal Coll. (later Henry VIII's Coll.), Oxf., 23, 35, 73, 118; and see Christ Church

Carew, Kath., m. Phil. Champernowne, 21

Carleton, Ant., 46, 255, 266, 267; Cath., m. John Stone, 24; John, 46; Joyce, w. of Ant., see Goodwin; Joyce, w. of John, see Welbeck

Carpenter, Alf., 124

Carraci, Annibale, painter, 243

Carran, Capt. —, 55

Carswell, in Buckland (Berks.), 8, 9, 45

Carter, B. T. S., V. of Watlington, 236, 240, 241, 243, 244; Francis (d. by 1739) and his w. Thomasina, 10, 261; Marg, see Newell; Maria, see Franklin; Ric. (fl. 1711), 255; Ric. (d. 1731), s. of Ric., 6, 255; Ric. (d. 1774), 262; Ric. (fl. 1777), 255, 257; Thos. Shaen, 236; Wm. 256; fam. of Lond., 257 n; yeo. fam. of S. Weston, 255, 256; char., 262

Carter, Ralph the (or Ralph of Watcombe), 186

Cary, Frances (fl. 1808), see Stonor; Geo., 137

Castle, Jos., builder of Oxf., 15

Caswell, in Curbridge (Witney), 9 n

Catherine, Queen, w. of King Charles II, 101

Cayme, Wm., 186

Cecil, Sir Rob., 174; Wm., Ld. Burghley, 155

Cennick, John, 'The apostle of Wiltshire', 78

Chaddlesworth (Berks.), 73

Chalfont St. Giles (Bucks.), 91, 245

Chalford, Wm. of, 23, 27

Chalford, in Aston Rowant, 2, 2 n, 5, 16, 17, 21, 26, 27, 64; depopulation of, 19, 28, 32; man., 23–24; mill ho., 20; and see under Aston par. entries

Chalford, in Enstone, 186

Chalgrove, 5, 6, 62, 106, 139, 218, 248; battle of, 57, 93; civ. par., 263; Knights Templar prop, in, 202

Chamber, Master Edw., R. of Stoke, 200, 207; and see Camera

Chamberlain, Cath., dau. of John, m. Ld. Abergavenny, 197; Cecily, m. Sir Francis Stonor, 155, 174; Sir Edw. (d. 1542), 184; Eliz. (d. by 1682), m. John Neville, Ld. Abergavenny (d. 1662), 184, 190, 192, 193; Francis, 184, 193 n; Geo., s. of Sir Leon., 182; Geo., Bp. of Ypres, 182, 184; Sir John, bro. of Geo., 184; Sir John (d. 1651), 151, 161, 162, 178, 182, 184, 186, 190, 191, 192, 193, 196, 197, 237; Sir Leon., 155, 174, 182, 184, 190, 193, 197, 202, 267, and his 2nd w. Agnes, 184; Marg., see Streatley; Mary, m. I Sir Thos. Gage, Bt., 2 Sir Hen. Goring, Bt., 184, 190, 192, 193; Sir Ric. and his w., 179, 194, 196; Sir Rob. (d. 1600), 151, 161, 174, 184, 196; Sir Rob. (presumed d. 1615), 184; Sybil, see Fowler; Wm., 166, 267; fam., 161, 179, 182, 184, 186, 188, 189, 190, 192, 196, 197, 244

Champernowne, Alex. (fl. 1420), s. of Ric., 21; Eleanor, see Rohant; Hugh and his w. Joan, 21; John, 21, 23; Kath., see Carew; Marg., see Courtenay; Phil., 21; Ric. (d. by 1377) and his ws., 21; and see Astley, Daubeny; Ric. (d. 1420) and his w. Isabel, 21; Thos., Ld. of Modbury (Devon), 21; Wm. (d. 1464), 21; fam., 21

Champion, T. A., 87

Chandler, Geo., bellfounder, 262

Chapman, Chris., 79; Hannah, m. Thos. Stonill, 247; Jos., 247; Patty, dau. of Wm., 247; Ric., 204; Rob., 19, 25; Wm., mapmaker, 178 n, 189 n; Wm., 247; Mr. —, 38, 89, 242

Charford, South (Hants), 60, 267

Charles I, King, 96, 213, 218, 223, 265; as Prince, 4, 4 n, 218, 228 n

Charles II, King, royal arms of, 77

Charnel, arms of, 209

Chaucer, Alice, m. Wm. de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk, 6, 104, 222; Thos., of Ewelme, 6, 26, 104, 154, 222, 222 n; fam., 222

Chaucumbe, Rob. de, 150, fam., 147

Chausey, Hugh de, R. of Emmington, 96

Chawford, Wm., 114

Chebenhurst, John, 188; Thos., 188

Checkendon, 9, 153; and see Stoke Marmion

Chelseye, Alex., R. of Chinnor, 77

Chenduit, Ralph, 158

Chequers (or Exchequers), in Stokenchurch (Bucks., formerly in Aston Rowant), 2 n, 21, 100, 102, 103, 105, 158

Cheshire, 133

Cheshunt (Herts.), Ctss. of Huntingdon's Coll. at, see Huntingdon

Chesney, de, Rog., 62; Wm., 217, 236; fam., 62

Chester, constables of, 132, 133, 147, 152, and see Fitz Nigel, Rog., Wm.; Earldom of, 133; earls of, 147, 148, 157, 185, and see d'Avranches, Edw. 'of Woodstock', Scot; hon. of, 147, 185

Chesterton, O. S., architect, 176

Chesterton & Sons, Messrs., of London, 176

Chesterton, 8

Chevauchesul, Aucher, 200; Maud m. Pet. Talemasch (d. by 1181), 200; fee, 200 n

Chibnal, Joan, 54, 250; char., 54, 250

Chichele, Hen., Abp. of Canterbury, 109

Child, Ben., 201 n; Frances, see Kenrick; —, dau. of Frances m. John Gutteridge, 201

Chiltern, John de, 25, 25 n

Chiltern Hills, 16, 17, 116

Chiltern hundreds, 4, 4 n, 5, 83, 174

Chilton Foliot (Wilts.), 62, 183

Chilworth, in Great Milton, 200

Chinnor, de, Master Adam (fl. late 12th cent.), R. of Chinnor, 64, 74; John the clerk, s. of Adam, 74; Maud, 68; Sim., 64, 66

Chinnor, 2, 2, 5, 6, 17, 31, 32, 42, 48, 55–80, 89, 91, 92, 95, 96, 98, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 126, 127, 211, 212; adv., 72–73; chap., 41; chars., 80; ch. bldg., 76–78; ch. hist., 72–76; Compt. cens., 71; Congregational chap., 56, 78; ct. of, 117, 121; crafts, 70; crops, 69, 71; dom. arch., 56, 57; ec. hist., 64–72; farms, 69–70; fever in, 79; field map, 67; fields, 66, 68; hamlets in, 64, 65; hon. of, 3; husbandry, 69; incl., 68, 70; inns, 56; Iron Age settlement, 64; landownership, 69–70; lesser ests., 63, 64; mans., 57–64 (Ferrers, 65, 66, 68; Overcourt, 58, 59; Popham's fee, 58; Zouche, 59, 60, 61); meadowland, 66, 68; mills, 64, 71; occs., 70, 71; pargovt., 72; P.N., 64; poor rel., 55, 56, 72; pop., 56, 57, 66, 69, 71, 72; Prot. noncf., 41, 75, 78, 79, 97, 114; Rs. of, 125; Rcty., 73, 74, 75; rcty., 56, 57; rds., 55; Rom. Cathm., 78; Romano-British remains, 64; schs., 79–80, 91, 97, 198; taxes, 66, 71, 274; top., 55–57; wds., 55, 64, 68; and see Henton, Oakley, Overcourt, Redland End, Sprigg's Alley, Sunley Bank, Wainhill

Chinnor Industries Ltd., formerly Chinnor Cement & Lime Co. Ltd., 57, 71, 123

Chisbidge, in Lewknor, 110

Chislehampton, 101 n, 220

Chitch, John, 41; Ric., 40, 41

Cholera, 168

Chowne, Gen. Christ. Tilson (d. 1834), 244; and see Tilson

Christ Church, Oxf., 138, 156, 161, 165, 171; benefactor of, 170; canons of, see Barnard, Bull, Button, Mayne, Morris; cathed., 26; Dean of, see Martiall; Dean and Chapt. of, 155, 172, 193, 194

Christ Church Priory, Canterbury (Kent), 3, 43; admin, of mans., 47–48; Prior of, 47, 48

Christmas, yeo. fam., 214

Christmas Common, in Watlington, 171, 210, 211, 213–14, 247; chap., 171; ch. bldg., 241, 244; Farm, 214; 'Fox and Hounds', 214; lib. of, 138 n; P.N., 213; Quakers at, 246; Rom. Cathm., 245; and see Watlington Park

Church, Ralph, V. of Pyrton and of Shirburn, 171, 271; dau. of, m. Ben. Rudge, 271

Church Bridge, see Grimbaud

Churchill, Eliz., m. Edm. Dunch, 153; John, 1st Duke of Marlborough, 153; John, R. of Crowell, 89

Chysebech, Geoff, de, 110; John, 110

Cistercians, Order of, 199, 202, 203; and see Thame Abbey

Civil War, 20, 36, 45, 56, 57, 74, 75, 94, 116, 179, 182, 190, 216, 265, 269

Clapcot, in Wallingford (Berks.), 9, 220

Clare, John of, 156

Clare, in Pyrton, 129 n, 138, 139, 147, 152, 156, 157, 162, 168, 171, 189, 198, 202, 218; depopulation of, 141, 160, 161; farms, 162; farm hos., 141; fee, 148, 149, 158; incl., 160, 161, 190; man., 150–1, 161, 168, 184; man. cts., 166; noncf., 176; P.N., 141, 157; rds., 141; top., 141

Clarendon, Earl of, see Hyde

Clark, Ric., of Wallingford, 90; —, of Watlington, monumental mason, 272

Clarke, Dot., m. Wm. Hester, 19; John, 12; Ric., 12; fam., of Adwell, 12

Clayton & Bell, Messrs., glass-painters, 39, 77, 172

Clayton & Shuttleworth, Messrs., 191

Clement V, Pope, 13

Clement VI, Pope, 109

Clement, Chris., 160 n; Nic., 94

Clerke, Ann, see Lane; John (fl. 1647), 17, 18, 22; John (d. 1683), 18, 22, 36, 41; John (d. 1719), 22, 31; John (d. 1764), 22; John (d. 1792), 22, 25; Judith, see Rye; Lady Mary, see Foley; Mary, see Harrison; Mary Eliz., m. John Brown, 25; Rebecca, see Lee; Ric. (d. 1820) and his w. the Hon. Mary (d. 1844), 25, 39; Wm., V. of Thame, 125; fam., 22, 30, 33, 39; and see Clerke Brown

Clerke Brown, Art. Hen. (d. 1889), 25, 39, 40, 87, 88; Hen. (d. 1919), 25; John (d. 1833), 39; John (fl. 1958), 25; Mrs. —, 84; fam., of Kingston Blount, 84; and see Brown

Clermond, Hugh, 152

Clifton Hampden, 220

Clifton Reynes (Bucks.), 24

Clockmakers, see Hale, Smith &Son, Tomlinson

'Cocham' (? Cookham, Berks.), Osbert of, 219, 237; and see Hambleden

Codrington, Chris., 102; library, see All Souls Coll., Oxf.

Cok, see Crok

Coker Beck, see Beck

Cokke, Joan, 102 n

Colbroke, John, 252

Colchester Abbey (Essex), 92

Cole, Frances m. Ric. Thomehill, 39; Greg., and his w. Jane, 39

Coleby, de, Alice, m. Steph. de Frodingham, 153; Eliz., m. Pet. Beauchamp, 153; John, s. of Wm., and Isabel, his w., 153; Kath., m. 1 Hugh Fitz Giles, 2 Geoff, de Walton, 153; Ralph (fl. c. 1180), 153, 171; Ralph (fl. 1204–7), 153; Ralph (fl. 1297), 153; Ric., s. of John, 153; Rog. (fl. c. 1165), 153; Wm. (d. by 1279), 153; fam., 152, and see Thealby

Coleby, in Burton-upon-Stather (Lincs.), 147, 150 n

Coleridge, J. E., architect, 209

Colfox, see Coventry

Collett, Jos., 182, 192

Collingridge, Bart., 179, 186; fam., 184

Collins, Mr. —(fl. 1669), noncf. min., 114

Collman, Hen., R. of Adwell, 14

Colte, Thos., 103

Coltly, in South Mapperton (Dors.), 62

Columbia University, U.S.A., 181

Comyn, Alex., Earl of Buchan, 58; Eliz., see Quincy

Coney, Rob., Cur. of Sydenham, 124

Congregational churches, Oxfordshire Assoc, of, 246

Congregational Union of Berks., S. Oxon. and S. Bucks., 79

Congregationalists, 19, 41, 54, 78, 79, 114, 126, 176, 198, 246, 247

Constable, John the, 152 n

Constable, Nigel the, 152

Conybeare, C., V. of Pyrton, 172, 208

Cook, Revd. J. C., 252; Maria, 252; char., 244, 252

Cooke, Mr.—(fl. 1778), 242

Cookham (Berks.), see 'Cocham'

Coombe, in Great Milton, 201

Cooper, John, &Son, architects, 144; Rob. (d. 1618), 258 n; Sam. (fl. 1853), of Henley, 255, 257, 258; Thos. (fl. 16th cent.), 256; Thos. (fl. 1728), 253; Thos. (d. 1788), 255, 257, 260, 261; Thos. (d. 1829), of Henley, 255, 257; Mr. —, 38; Messrs., —, of Aylesbury, builders, 77; fam., of Stonor, 142; yeo. fam., 255, 256, 257, 258

Cootys, see Cotes

Copcourt, in Aston Rowant, 2, 2 n, 5, 16, 21, 26, 27, 31, 102; alia cote, 102; depopulation of, 19, 28, 32; dom. arch., 20; dovecot, 20; man., 23; Manor Ho., 20; P.N., 20; and see Aston Rowant, passim

Copcourt, Upper, see Nethercote

Coppyn, Isabella, 39; Ralph, 39

Cornbury Park, 179

Cornish, Agnes, 12; Frances (d. 1740), m. Edw. Home (d. 1745). 244; Marg., 29; Thos. (d. 1711), V. of Watlington, 239, 244; Thos. (d. 1737), R. of Wheatfield, 273; fam. of Lewknor, 239

Cornwall, county of, 183 n; Duchy of, 4; Duke of, see Edw. of Woodstock, Edw., later king Edw. V; Earldom of, 183, 218; earls of, 85, 225, 227, and see Edmund, Gaveston, Eltham, Richard

Cornwalle, de, Wal., 221; Wm. and his w. Isolda, 221

Cossen, Ric., 19

Cotes, Septimus, R. of Newington, 51

Cotes (Cootys), in Stamford (Lincs.), 196

Cottelegh (Cotteley), de, Geoff., s. of Nic., 63; Joan, see Foliot; John, 63; Nic. (fl. 1279), 62, 65; Nic. (fl. 1325), s. of Geoff., 63; fam., 62

Cotterel, Anne, m. Sir Rob. Dormer, 59; Sir Chas., 59

Cottesford, Sir Rog., Sheriff of Oxon. and Keeper of Oxf. castle, 218

Cottesmore, Agnes, m. Sir Edm. Rede, 9, 153; Amice, wid. of John, Ld. Chief Justice, m. 2 Mat. Hay (Heye), 4; Eliz., see Bedwall; John, Ld. Chief Justice, 9, 23, 46, 153, 186; John (fl. c. 1460), 46; John (fl. 1492), 23, 46; John (fl. 1519), s. of Wm., 46; Maud, 51; Wm. (d. 1519), 46; fam., of Brightwell Baldwin, 46, 50, 51

Cottisford, Edm. (fl. 1592), 255, 256, 259; Edm. (fl. 1711), 255; fam., 255

Cottisford, 250

Coulding, Edw., 96; John, 96

Councer, Edw., s. of Wm., 151; Wm., 151

Courtenay, Eliz., wid. of Sir Hugh de Courtenay (d. 1349), 83; Hen., Earl of Devon and Mqss. of Exeter, 21; Hugh de (fl. 1318), 21; Marg., m. 1 John Champernowne, 2 John West, 21; Sir Phil., 21

Coven, Steph., 246

Coventry (Colfox), John, 25 n

Coventry (Warws.), hon. of, 220, 253

Cowley, 57; Preceptory of, see Templar, Order of Knights

Cowper, Joan, 42; John, 39, 42; Thos., 270

Cox, Jos., carpenter, 92

Coxe, Hen. Hilgrove, V. of Pyrton, 171, 241

Cozens, Ann, see Blackall; Rob., 244; Thos. of Tetsworth, banker, 233; Wm. (d. 1844), banker, 233, 244; and see Blackall & Cozens

Cozins, Mr. —, farmer of Goldor, 164

Crake, Revd. Augustus Dav., novelist, 57

Cranmer, Thos., Abp. of Canterbury, 170

Cranwell man., in Waddesdon (Bucks.), 83 n

Crawford, Isabel (d. 1367), w. of Ric., 39; Jas., V. of Shirburn, 195

Cray, John, esquire to Ric. II, 77, 78

Créecy, battle of, 25

Crees, John, 108; Syd., 255

Crendon, Long (Bucks.), 9, 59, 111, 222

Creslow (Bucks.), 266

Cripps (Crispe), Charnell, 23; Chris., 23, 160 n; Hen. (fl. early 14th cent.), 23; Hen. (d. by 1427), 23; Hen. (fl. 1575), 23, 29; Joan, 23; John, 23; Nic. and his w. Susanna, 23; Capt. Pet., 42; Sir Stafford, 20; Wm., 23; fam., 20, 29

Crispin, Maud, see Oilly; Miles, 8, 13, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 45, 61, 73, 102, 107, 216, 217, 222

Cristemas, John, 78

Croc, Rainald s. of, 62, 164

Croft, Eliz., see Pauncefoot; Eliz. (fl. 1513), 255; Sir Jas. (fl. 16th cent.), Controller of Household of Queen Eliz. I, 84; Jas. (fl. c. 1579), s. of Sir Jas., 84; Joan, see Pauncefoot; John (fl. 1513), 255, 255 n; Margery, see Williams; Thos. (d. 1488), 255, 259

Crok (or Cok), Pet., 22; Thos., 18, 18 n, 22, and see Crooke (Croke)

Cromwell, Thos., Earl of Essex, 142, 174, 238

Crooke (Croke), And. (d. 1631) of Kingston, 26; And. (d. 1667), 26 n, 43 n; And. (d. 1675), 19, 23 n, 26 n, 39; And. (d. by 1786), 43; Eliz., m. 2 Sir Wm. Stonor, 155; Ric., 17; fam., 22, 23, 114, 138; and see Crok

Crouchback, Edm., Earl of Lancaster, 148

Crowcombe, Godfrey de, 217

Crowdy, Thos. D., 97

Crowell, Alice of, 222 n; Guy de, 26

Crowell, 2, n, 5, 6, 17, 31, 42, 50, 61, 75, 80–91, 92, 94, 96, 116; adv., 84, 88, 89; 'Catherine Wheel', 81; char., 91; ch. bldg., 89–90; ch. hist., 88–89; ch. plate, 90; Compt. cens., 86; crops, 86, 87; deserted hamlet, 85; dom. arch., 82; ec. hist., 84–87; Ellwood Ho., 82; field map, 81; field system, 85, 86; incl., 81, 87; man., 82–84; mills, 85; noncf., 91; occs., 87, 88; par. govt., 87–88; P.N., 84, 85; poor rel., 87, 88; Poor's Land char., 88, 89; pop., 86, 87, 88; rds., 81; Rs., 88; Rcty., 81, 82, 89; rcty., 35, 89; schs., 90–91; taxes, 80–82, 86, 274; top., 80–82; Uphill, 81; wds., 80, 81, 85, 86, 87; worthies, 82

Crowemer, Eliz., see Pauncefoot; Nic., 255

Crowhurst (Surr.), 153

Crowmarsh Gifford, 20

Croxford, Edm., 17 n; —, of Aston Rowant, metal worker, 38

Croxton (Cambs.), 58

Crudwell (Wilts.), 103 n

Cruse, P., 15 n

Crypse, Rob. le, 23 n

Cuddesdon, 73; Palace, 75

Cumbray, de, Alfred, 185; Rog., 133, 185; fam., 185

Curson, Anne, m. Wm. Belson, 40; Wal., of Waterperry, 40

Cuthbert, Capt. C. G. P., 77

Cuttle Brook, 55, 116

Cuxham, Ric. de, R. of Britwell, 51

Cuxham, 15, 46, 158, 159 n, 160, 203, n, 210, 223, 248, 259; rds. to, 141, 211; yeo. fam. of, see Gregory

Cygony, Engelard de, 3

D

Dalby, Mr. — (fl. 1721), 192

Dame Alice farm, see Dame Lys under Watlington par. entry

Dancaster, Wm., 249

Dance, Nat., painter, 144

Danvers, Ann, see Barker; Dan., s. of Sir Pope, 201; Hen. (fl. 1266), 63; Sir Pope, 201; Sybil, 160; Thos. (d. 1502), 62, 63, 68, 152; fam., 222

Dartmouth, Earl of, see Legge

Dashwood, Edw. Hayes, 22, 39

Daubeny, Kath., m. Ric. Champernowne (d. by 1377), 21

Dauntsey, Edm., 25; Eliz., 25; fam., 25 n

Davenport, Geo., 6, 247 n

Davidson, Harry, 137

Davis, Chas., 115; F. N., R. of Crowell, 89; Revd. Jas., 87; Ric., mapmaker, 8, 43, 44, 55, 81, 91, 116, 117, 122, 142, 172, 181

Day, John, V. of Aston, 37; Mary, 126; Steph., distiller, 33; Steph., clothmaker, 33

d', de, see initial letter of med. names

De Coetlogon, C. P., R. of Stoke Talmage, 208, 209

Dean, E. B., V. of Lewknor, 113; Thos., 218

Dean, in Spelsbury, 186

Deane, Dot., m. Sir Ric. Harison, 103; Wm. (d. 1620) and his w. Isabel, 103, 113; Wm. (fl. 1645), 103, 115; Wm. (fl. 1728), 86; and see Adeane

Delafield, Thos., antiquary and V. of Gt. Milton, 37, 82, 141, 171

Dene, de (or de la), Ela, m. Jordan de Sackville, 92; John, 147

Denman, Thos., R.A., sculptor, 39

Dennys, Wal. (fl. 16th cent.), 22

Denton, Eliz., m. Thos. Isham (fl. 1649), 265; Sir Thos., 265

Depopulated and lost hamlets, see Anthills, Chalford in Aston Rowant, Clare, Copcourt, Goldor, Ingham, Kingston Stert, Linley, Pishill Venables, Redland, Seymour Green, Shirburn East, Standhill, Sydenham Stert, Syresfield, Up Hill, Warmscombe, Watcombe

Derby, Earl of, see Ferrers

Derby (Derb.), 243

Derneden, Ralph de (fl. 1297), 152, 158; Ralph, s. of Ralph, see Ralph of Goldor

Desanges, Sir Francis, 22

Despenser, Hugh the elder (d. 1326), 148; John, 62 n; Thos., Ld., 148 n; (or Basset), fam., 148, 182, 184

Devenport, Mr. — (fl. 1804), 197

Devereux, Anne, see Ferrers; Rob., 21st Earl of Essex, 57; Wal., cr. Ld. Ferrers (killed 1485), 59; fam., 59

Devon, earls of, 2, 88; and see Courtenay, Riviers, Stafford; Wm., 160

Dew, John, 213

Didcot (Berks.), 24, 213

Dinham, de, Sir John, 84; Maud, see Mautravers

Dinton (Bucks.), 93

Ditchley, in Spelsbury, 179

Dives, Sir Lewis, 216

Dixon, Dr. Hen., 244

Dobson, Rob., 218

Dodbrooke (Devon), 20 n, 21 n

Doe, Sim., 137

Doille, see Doyley

Dolby, Edwin, architect, 90, 243

Dolci, Carlo, painter, 176

Doncaster (W.R. Yorks.), 50, 199

Dorchester, Peculiar of, 134, 135; visitation at, 170

Dorchester Abbey, 131, 132, 135, 136, 185, 186, 193, 194, 225; abbots of, 134, 147, 158, 226; prop, of, 158, 159, 161, 167; Stonor tomb in, 142

Dormer, Ambrose, 151, 161, 184, 220; Anne, see Cotterel; Cath., see Bertie; Edw., s. of Geoff., 151; Geoff., of Thame, 151; Lt.-Gen. Jas., 60; Sir John, M.P. (d. 1627), 59, 68, 73; John (d. 1719), 59; Kath., wid. of Edw. Dormer, 151 n; Sir Mic. (d. 1545), 151, 189; Sir Mic. (fl. 1583), 151; Mic., s. of Sir Rob. (d. 1649), 59; Pet., s. of Geoff., 151; Sir Rob. (d. 1649), 59, 216; Rob. (d. by 1689), 59, 61, 69, 216; Rob. (d. 1695), 59; Rob. (d. 1737), 60; Wm., s. of Sir Rob. (d. 1649), 59; prop. in Pyrton, 161

Dorset, Earl of, see Sackville; Mqss. of, see Sackville

Dorton (Bucks.), 59, 216

Douglas, Hen. and his w. Ann, 78

Dove, Dr. — (fl. 1660), 78

Dover, Ric. of, Abp. of Canterbury, 237; fam., 188

Downe, Earl of, see Pope

Doyley (Doille, d'Oilly), Alice, 132; Eva, dau. of John (fl. 1276), 132; Geoff., 132; Frances, see Edmonds; John (fl. 1276), 132; John (d. 1492), 132; Ric. (fl. 1357), 132, 136; Ric. (d. 1435), 132; Rob. and his w. Christiana, 132, 134; Thos., 132; Wm. (d. 1424), 132; Wm. (d. 1449), 132; fam., 131, 132, 133; chap., 132; man. ho., 131; and see Oilly

Draycott, in Ickford, 265

Draynor, Jos., 88

Drayton, Alice, see Stonor; Sir Ric., 172

Dreux, Rob. de, 200; counts of, 200

Drury, Margery, and see Williams; Sir Wm. (d. 1579), 84, 102

Druval, Alice, 150 n; Beatrice, 150 n; Hugh (d. 1195), 150, 157; Hugh (fl. 1231), 150, 151; Maud, see Beaumont; Pet., 150 n; Ralph, 150 n; Rob. de, 150, 198; Thos., 150, 157, 161; fam., 148, 161

Ducat, Cdr. Gerald, 173; Maj. Hugh C. C., 150, and see Ducat Hamersley

Ducat Hamersley, Col. Hugh, 150; Maj. Hugh C. C. (formerly Ducat), 150

Duffield, Francis, 141; Jas., 141 n; Knightley, 148, 150

Dunch, Edm. (d. 1623), 153; Edm., Ld. Burnell (d. 1678), 153; Edm. (fl. 1716), 153; Eliz., see Churchill; Hungerford, 153, 154; Wm., 153

Duncombe, John, 242

Dunmow (Essex), 50

Dunstable (Beds.), priory of, 118, 119, 121

Dunster, Sam., R. of Chinnor, 73

Dutton, de, Adam (fl. late 12th cent.), Seneschal of the Constable of Chester, 133, 185; Agnes, see Fitz Alfred; Geoff, (d. 1248), 133; Sir Geoff, (d. by 1279) and his w. Isabel, 133, 185, 186, 187; Geoff. (fl. 1335). 133; Isabel, 186; fam., 133, 185, 186; fam. of Ches., 147

Dutton, de (or Warburton), Sir Pet., s. of Sir Geoff. (d. by 1279), 133, 185, 186

Dyer, Mark, 45

Dynham, Kath., see Rede; Thos., 153

E

Earley, in Sonning (Berks.), 51 n

Easington, 106, 139, 152, 202; chapry. of, 168; man., 250

East, Mary, 246; Thos., 88; wid., 88; fam., of Crowell, 88

East India Co., 10

East Shirburn, see Shirburn par. entry

East Wittenham (Berks.), see Wittenham, Little

Easton Neston (Northants.), 59

Eastry Court, in Eastry (Kent), 22

Eaustas, see Eustace

Eborn, Sergeant, 173

Edes, Hen., R. of Chinnor, 73, 75

Edginton, Francis, glass-painter, 144, 176

Edith, Queen, w. of Edw. the Confessor, 100

Edith of Lewknor (fl. c. 990), 100

Edmonds, Sir Chris. (d. c. 1596), 100, 101, 102, 104; Dot., see Lidcott; Frances, m. John Doyley, 101 n; Mary, m. Edm. Gregory (d. 1673), 46

Edmund (d. 1300), Earl of Cornwall, 3, 23, 26, 61, 85, 103, 200, 201, 217, 221, 222, 223, 226; Marg., wid. of Edm., 200

Edmund, priest of Pyrton, 169

Edmunds, Dame Dot., 115

Edward the Confessor, King, 100

Edward I, King, 88, 217, 218

Edward II, King, 3, 200, 218, 254

Edward III, King, 4, 62, 218, 219

Edward IV, King, 84, 104, 149, and his consort, see Woodville

Edward V, King, 4

Edward VI, King, 201; as Prince, 4 n

Edward, Prince, s. of Ric. III, 4

Edward, Duke of Cornwall, later King Edw. V, 4

Edward of Salisbury (fl. 1086), 63, 64

Edward of Woodstock, the Black Prince, 14th Earl of Chester, 4, 22, 148, 218, 223, 266

Edwards, Edw., 183 n

Eggerley, Eleanor, 39

Eglesfield, Gawin, R. of Weston, 260

Elizabeth I, Queen, 84, 101, 182, 218, 223; as Pncss., 20, 222

Ellis, John, R. of Wheatfield, 266, 271; Rebecca, see Petty

Ellwood, Eliz., see Gray; Thos. (fl. early 17th cent.), 88; Thos., the Quaker, 75, 78, 82, 88, 90, 245, 246; Wal., 82, 87, 88, 195, 239; fam., 2, 82

Elsfield, de, Sir Gil. (fl. 1354). 9; Joan, see Bereford

Eltham, Prince John of, Earl of Cornwall, 4, 218, 222 n, 254

Emery, Ric., 186

Emigration Commrs. (19th cent.), 168

Emma, Queen, w. of Ethelred II, 43

Emmington, 2, 2 n, 5, 6, 55, 72, 84, 86, 91–98, 125, 126, 194; adv., 95–96; chars., 97; ch. bldg., 97; ch. hist., 95–96; Civ. War, 91; Compt. cens., 94; crops, 95; farm hos., 91–92; farms, 95; ec. hist., 94–95; geol., 91; incl., 94–95; man. ho., 91; mans., 92–94; noncf. 97; occs., 95; P.N., 94; poor rates, 95; pop., 94–95; Rs., 96; Rcty, 91–92; rcty., 96; schs., 97; taxes, 94, 274; top., 91–92; yeo. fams., 95

England Bros., game farmers, 232

Enlargement of Churches, Soc. for the, 243

Enstone, Church, in Enstone, 157; and see Skeeler

Epwell, in Swalcliffe, 200, 200 n

Esher, Lady, w. of Ld. Esher, 211; Ld., see Brett

Espinasse, R. T., R. of South Weston, 262

d'Esseby, John, 153, 156, 158, 167; fam., 156

Essex, county, 24, 93, 150; earls of, see Bohun, Cromwell, Devereux

Est, fam., 256

Eston, Wal., R. of Lewknor, 109

Ethelred, 'Duke' of the Mercians, 224

Eton College (Bucks.), 149 n

Eugenius III, Pope, 109, 217 n

Eustace (Eaustas, Ewstes), Agnes, m. Joel Barnard, 155; Eliz., w. of Thos. (d. 1660), 173; Eliz. (d. 1715), m. John Hill, 220; Harrington, 78, 79; Jerem., yeo. (d. 1587), 243, 244; John (d. 1588), 243, 244; John (fl. 1659), 155, 164, 220; Margery, 155 n, 162; Mary, see Bayley; Rob., 244; Thos., yeo. of Watlington, 155; Thos. (d. 1615), 155, 173, 220; Thos. (d. 1687) and his w. Joan, 46, 140, 155, 220; Thos. (d. 1701), 173, 211; Thos. (d.1713). and his w. Mary (d. 1713). 46, 173, 220; fam., 40 n, 140, 155, 162, 211, 220, 228; fam. of Margery Eustace, 155 n; arms of, 172 n

Everard, Sir Redmond, 213

Evesham (Worcs.), 263, 267; abbey, 152; abbot, see Adam

Ewden, in Hambleden (Bucks.), 132

Ewelme, 53, 247; hon. of, 3, 4, 8, 20, 24, 26, 34, 45, 61, 83, 92, 166, 200, 254, 255, 266; hon. ct., 49, 269; hund., 43, 47, 131; half-hund., 2, 3; man., 104; R. of, 66; sch. master of, see Howell; visitation at, 170

Ewstes, see Eustace

Ewychine, Gil. atte, 188

Exchequer, Chief Baron of the, see Skynner

Exchequers, see Chequers

Exeter, Mqss. of, see Courtenay

Exeter (Devon), 243

Exton, Rob., 243

Eynesbury (Hunts.), 60

Eynsham, abbey of, 201

F

Facer, Clement, R. of Britwell, 50, 52; John, R. of Grove (Bucks.), 50

Fairfax, Mr. (fl. 18th cent.), sch. master, 214; Gen. Sir Thos., 182, 190

Falconer, Guy the, 85

Fane, Charlotte, w. of Hen., 113; Francis, 113; Francis Luther, 113; Hen., 228 n; John (fl. 1847), 257; Maj. John Augustus, 113; John H. Scrope, 113; Col. John Wm., 113, 191; fam., 2, 2 n, 37, 108, 113, 191, 192, 193, 228 n, 230

Fanshawe, Hen., R. of Weston and Fellow of New Coll., Oxf., 261; Gen. Sir Hew, 261; Gen. Sir Rob., 261; fam., 261

Farmers' Defence Assoc., of Bucks., Oxon., Wilts., and Glos., 165

Fawley (Bucks.), 22, 93, 95

Fawsley (Northants.), 150

Fell, John, Bp. of Oxf., 78

Fellows, Dr. Ric., Prof. of Physic at Oxf. Univ., 82

Fennell (or Jay), Pet., 188

Feria, Francesco de, 197

Fermor (Fermour), Anne, see Browne; Edw., 197; Geo., of Easton Neston, 197; Sir Geo. (fl. 1607), 59, 68; Sir Hatton, 59; Sir John, and his w. Maud, 59, 73; Ric., of London, 59, 73; Thos., of Witney, and his w. Emmote, 59; fam., 73

Ferrers, de, Agnes, m. Sir Rob. de Musgros, 58; Anne, m. Wal. Devereux, cr. Ld. Ferrers, 59; Sir Edm., 59; Eliz., wid. of Wm. Ferrers (d. 1450), 59n, 66, 68; John, 1st Ld. Ferrers of Chartley (Staffs.), 58; John (d. 1501), 59; n; Marg., see Quincy, 58; Rob., Earl of Derby (fl. 1266), 58; Rob., 3rd Ld. Ferrers (fl. 1334), 59; Sir Rob. (d. 1413), 59; Wal., Ld., and see Devereux, 59; Wal., Ld. Ferrers of Chartley, cr. Vct. Hereford (d. 1858), 59; Wm., Earl of Derby (d. 1254), 58; Sir Wm. (d. 1450), 59; fam., 58, 59, 66, 118

Fettiplace, John, 103; Juliana, see Morley; Pet., 23, 103, 103 n, mans., 103

Fieschi, Roboaldo, 78

Filbee, Thos., 31; fam., 108

Fincham, John, organ builder, 261

Fingest (Bucks.), 112

Finstock, in Charlbury, 201

Firle, West (Suss.), 184

First World War, 97, 126, 173, 196, 209

Fisher, Allen, 261; John, R. of S. Weston and Chpl. of the Queen's Coll., Oxf., 260

Fisher Education Act (1918), 248

Fisherton de la Mere (Wilts.), 61

FitzAlan, John (fl. 1300), 21; Hen. (d. 1318), 21, and his s., see Rohant; Ric., Earl of Arundel, 220; Roland (d. by 1300), 21; fam., 21; ests. in Devon, 21

Fitz Alfred, Agnes, dau. of Rog. (d. c. 1200), m. Adam de Dutton, 133, 185; Maud, see Frodsham; Ralph, s. of Rog., 133, 185; Rog. (d. c. 1200), of Cumbray, 133, 147, 185, 186, 193

FitzAmfrey, Alan, 20, 23; Roland, 20

Fitz Ascelin, Rob., 156

FitzCount, Brian (fl. 12th cent.), 20, 23, 217; Maud, see d'Oilly

Fitz Ernulf, Osmund, 152

FitzGerold, Marg. (d. 1252), m. 1 Baldwin de Riviers, 2 Fawkes de Bréauté 83,83,, 88; fam.,62

Fitz Giles, Hugh, 153; Kath., see Coleby

Fitz Herbert (FitzHerbert), Pet., 217, 223, 225

Fitz John, Agnes, see Fitz Nigel; Eustace (d. 1157), 148

Fitz Nicholas, Ralph, 92

Fitz Nigel, Agnes, m. 1 Eustace Fitz John, 148, 156; Maud, m. Albert de Grelle (d. c. 1162), 148; Wm. (d. c. 1130), Constable of Chester, 148, 156, 169; Wm. (d. c. 1150), 148, 156

Fitz Osbern (FitzOsbern), Rog., s. of Wm., 117, 132, 220, 221; Wm., Earl of Hereford (d. 1071), 62, 117; and see Breteuil

Fitz Pain, Rob., 152

Fitz Ralph, Amaury, 63; Vivian, 198

Fitz Riulf, Steph., 132

Fitz Robert, see Sulham

Fitz Rohant, see Rohant

Fitzwyth, Eliz., 254; Gil. (fl. c. 1215), R. of Weston, 259, 260; Guy (fl. 1250), bro. of Ralph, 254; Guy (d. 1316), s. of Rob., 254; Joan, wid. of Rob. (d. 1362), 254; Joan (d. 1389), m. John de Beauchamp, 254; John (fl. 1279), s. of Guy, 220, 225, 254, 255; John (d. by 1345), 254; Ralph, s. of Rog. (fl. c. 1145), 254; Ralph, s. of Rob. (fl. c. 1215), 254, 259; Rob. (d. 1316), 254; Rob. (fl. 1354), 254; Rob. (d. 1362), 254; Rog. (d. by c. 1145), s. of Ralph, 254; Sim. (fl. 1279), 220, 225, 226; fam., 220, 259, 260, 267

Fleetwood, Lady Dot., 113; Sir Thos. (d. 1625), of Missenden, 113

Fleremere in Luke (Netherlands), 232

Fletcher, John (fl. 1665), 204; John (fl. 1859), 80; Wm., 40

Flockton, Mr. —, Cur. of Pishill, 136

Florence (Italy), 113

Floyd, Martha, 81; fam., of Crowell, 81

Foley, Anna Maria, m. Sir Hen. Lambert, Bt., 22; Lady Mary, m. Ric. Clerke, 25

Foliot, Adam, 62; Cath., m. Hen. Bruley, 63; Sir Geoff. (d. 1274), s. of Wal., and his w. Alice, 62; Hen., 21; Joan, dau. of Geoff., m. Nic. de Cottelegh, 62; Ric., ld. of Warpsgrove, 62 n, 106, 156, 198; Rob. (fl. 1208), 62; Rob., s. of Geoff., 62, 62 n, 65; Rog., s. of Geoff., 62; Samson (d. c. 1280), 62; Wal. (fl. 1255), 62; Sir Wm., 63; fam., 62, 63

Foot, Sam., 213

Forbes, Revd. Alex. Penrose, later Bp. of Brechin (Forfar), 37, 40

Forester, Geoff. the, 33

Fortescue, Sir Adrian, 36, 133, 154, 159, 170, 173, 179, 197, 219, 221, 232, 234; Anne, his w., see Stonor; Marg., m. Thos., Ld. Wentworth, 219

Forz, Isabel de, Ctss. of Aumale and Devon, and Lady of the Isle, 62, 83, 88

Fowler, Ric., Chanc. of the Duchy of Lancaster, and his w. Jane, 63, 184, 196; Sir Ric. (fl. 1527), 184; Sybil, m. Sir Ric. Chamberlain, 184, 196

Fox, Rob., 127

France, 59, 92

Frankleyn (Frankelyn), John, 189; Sybyl, 189; Thos., glazier, 222; Wm. (d. 1485), and his w. Sibilla, 243; Wm. (fl. 1524), 189; yeo. fam., 189

Franklin, Anne, see Newell; Anne, dau. of Hen., 10; Dame Eliz., wid. of Sir John, 10, 12; Frances, dau. of Hen., m. Wm. Newell, 10; Geo. (fl. 1658), merchant of London, 10; Hen. (ft. 17th cent.), 8, 10, 12; Hen. (d. 1663) of Bledlow, and his w. Anne (d. 1709), 10; Isabel, w. of Hen., 97; Sir John, M.P. (d. 1647), 10; John (fl. 1591), 10; John, of Bledlow, 10 n; Mary, dau. of Hen., m. Francis Carter, 10; Nic. (fl. 1279), 94; Ric. (fl. 1597), bro. of John, 10; Sir Ric. (fl. 1658), 10; Mr. —, 162, 164; fam., 8, 10, 10 n

Franks, Naphthali, 218

Frelond, Hugh (fl. 1279), 222, 226, 234; Hugh (? the younger), 222; John (fl. 1328), 222; John, M.P., 222; Maud (fl. 1327), 222; Reg., 222; fam., 222

Friend, Wm., R. of Chinnor, 75

Friends, Society of, 15, 16, 16 n, 40, 78, 90, 176, 245, 246, 247

Fritwell, 62, 183

Frodingham, de, Alice, see Coleby; Steph., 153

Frodsham, Maud de, m. Rog. Fitz Alfred, 133, 185

Frodsham (Ches.), 185 n

Fuller, Geo., 56 n

G

Gadbery, Thos. (d. 1633), 189, 190

Gaffin, T., Messrs., monumental masons, of Regent St., London, 39, 113

Gage, Eliz., 196; Jos., s. of Mary, 184, 190, 193, 196, 197; Dame Mary, see Chamberlain; Thos., s. of Jos., 184; Sir Thos., Bt. (fl. 1653), 184, 228 n; fam., 184

Gardner, Rob., 73; Wm., and his bro., 200

Garnier, Thos., V. of Lewknor and Dean of Lincoln, 111, 114

Garsington, 100, 208

Gascony (France), Seneschal of, see Beche

Gatesdon, Little, John of, V. of Watlington, 238

Gatfield, Jas., 239

Gauntlett, Revd. Hen., 132, 136

Gaveston, Piers, Earl of Cornwall, 3, 218

Gayn, Master Geoff., R. of Crowell, 89

Gaynesford, Anne, see Rede; John, 153; Kath., w. of John, m. 2 Sir Edm. Rede, 153; Wm., 154

Geoffrey (fl. c. 1180), priest of Shirburn, 194

Geoffrey the woodward (or forester), 33

Geoffrey of Adwell (fl. 1176), 8

Geoffrey of Watcombe (fl. 1086), 222, 224

George II, King, royal arms of, 272

George III, King, royal arms of, 77 n

George V, King, 137

Gerard, Sir Francis, 150

Gibbs, John, 205

Gibson, Sam., R. of Chinnor, 74 n; Wm., and his w. Maud, 243

Giles, Nat., R. of Chinnor, and his ws., 1 Ann, 2 Eliz., 56, 57, 73, 74, 76

Gill, Eric, sculptor, 173; Westby (fl. 1741), 181

Gillow, Rob., of Lancaster (Lancs.), 144

Glanville, Edw. Fanshawe, R. of Wheatfield, 265, 270, 272; Mary Ann, see Bernard-Morland

Glass, med. painted, 39, 77, 97, 113, 125, 242, 272

Glass-painters and designers, see Aiken, Atkinson, Bell & Sons, Clayton & Bell, Edginton, Hardman, Hughes, Kempe, Morris, Powell, Ward & Hughes

Glorius (Glorie), le (or de la Gloria), John, 206; Rob., 206; and see Wooburn

Gloucester, Bp. of, see Warburton; Duke of, see Woodstock; monk of Benedictine Abbey of, 200

Godstow Priory, nuns of, 223

Godwin, Edw., 78 n

Goldfinch, Wm., 71, 77

Goldor, Ralph of, see Derneden

Goldor, Wm. of, 152, 158

Goldor, in Pyrton, 106, 129 n, 138, 139, 147, 150, 151, 156, 157, 158, 168, 216; depopulation of, 141, 161; fee, 149; man., 152; man. cts., 161; man. ho., 141; P.N., 157

Goldsmith, John, 69, 72; fam., 68, 70

Gomm (Gomme), Wm., 103; fam., 137 n

Good, Mr. —, of Kingston Stert, 31

Good & Co., Messrs. S. T., joiners, 71

Goodchild, Edw., 222, 229; Josiah, 222

Goodwin, Alice, m. John Oglethorpe, 46; Joyce, m. Ant. Carleton, 46

Goodwyn, Col. Art., 216

Goring, Sir Hen., Bt., 184; Lady Mary, see Chamberlain

Goring, 150

Goscombe, Rob., 223

Grant, le, fam., 202

Grapinel, Sir Hen. (d. 1297), 150; Marg. (or Margery), m. Wm. Inge, 151; Margery, see Bruys

Grass Products Ltd., 18

Gray, Eliz., m. Thos. Ellwood, 88; Ld. Pat., of Wilton (fl. 1549), 244; Wal. (d. 1641), R. of Crowell, 88

Gray & Davison, organ-builders, 196

Great Western Rlwy., 17, 55, 81, 98, 211; and see Watlington

Green, Edwin, 79

Greendon, Wm., 238

Greendown (Greendowne), John, 244, 251; Thos., 233; char., 251, 252

Greene, Francis, 260; Thos., R. of Weston, 258 n, 260, 261

Greenfield, Nat., 273; Rog. of, 214

Greenfield (Syresmerefield), in Watlington, 211, 215, 226, 228, 236; farm hos. (Upper and Lower), 214; farms, 214; lib., 213, 214, 235; man., 221, 222; P.N., 214

Greenwood, Ann, 70; Chas., 70

Gregory, Edm. (fl. 1636), 46; Edm. (d. 1673), 44, 46, 48; Mary (d. 1675), wid. of Edm., 53; Mary (d. 1639), see Adeane; Mary, see Edmonds; Ric., 212 n; Thos., 239, 244; fam., 233, 239; yeo. fam. of Cuxham (later lds. of Britwell), 48; of Tetsworth, 48

Grelle, de, Albert (d. c. 1162), ld. of Manchester, 148; Albert (d. 1181), 148, 148 n, 153; Albert (fl. 1186), 150; Hawise, wid. of Rob. (d. 1282), see Burgh; Maud, see Fitz Nigel; Rob. (d. 1230), 148, 148 n; Rob. (d. by 1262), 148; Rob. (d. 1282), 148, 156, 225; Thos. (d. 1262), 148, 150, 152, 158; Thos. (d. 1311), 148; fam., 133, 148, 150, 152, 153; fam., of Ches., 132; man., 149, 150, 158

Grendon, Wm., Chpl. of Sydenham, 124

Grendon-Underwood (Bucks.), 183

Grey (or Grey, de), Eliz., w. of Reg., see Whitfield; Maud, m. John Barrow, 267; Ric., 269; fam., 267

Griffiths, Thos., V. of Watlington, 237

Grimbaud, Mic., 116 n; Ralph, 65; fam., 65, 119, 121, 121 n; of Tythrop, 121 n; mill, 116, 117, 119

Grimbaud (or Church) Bridge, 116, 119

Grimsby, Anne, see Moton; Anne, m. Ric. Vincent, 151; Hen., 151; Hen., s. of Anne, 151

Gris, Rob. le, 223

Grist, Dr. Guy Spencer, 39

Grosseteste, Rob., Bp. of Lincoln, 109, 110, 123

Grove (Bucks.), R. of, see Facer

Guise, Alice, see Pauncefoot; Sir John (d. 1501), 255; John (fl. 1539), 255, 259

Gunnora, Prss. of Little Marlow Priory (Bucks.), 206

Gunston, Marion, 243

Gupper, Sim., bellfounder, 40

Gurney fam., 40 n

Gutteridge, John, 201; and his w., see Child

Guy the falconer, 85

Gwyllym, John, R. of Weston, 260, 261

Gyse, John, 148

H

Hackman Way (or Hacknall Way), see Icknield Way

Hagbourne, East (Berks.), 25, 110

Hailey, Thos., 41 n

Hale, Emily Clara, 173; Lt. W. A. L., 173; Wm., clockmaker, 196

Hall, Ant., s. of Edm., 61; Edm. (fl. 1504), of Swerford, 61; G. M. J., V. of Pishill, and his w. Anne, 137; Lieut. Phil. J., 137; Rob. (fl. 1754), 210

Halton, Ralph de, 152; Tim., V. of Pyrton and Archd. of Oxf., 171; fam., 22

Halton (in Runcorn, Ches.), barony of, 148

Hambleden, Jordan of, 110 n, 219, 237; Osbert of, 219, 237, and see 'Cocham'; Sir Wm. of, 219, 237; fam., 219, 237

Hambleden (Bucks.), 133, 219

Hamersley, Alf. St. Geo., M.P., 173; Edw. Sam., and his wid., 150, 165, 173; Lt. John Ducat (d. 1892), 173; Lt.-Col. John Hen. (d. 1928), 173; Hugh (d. 1789), and his wid. Ann, 140, 150; Hugh, his nephew, 150; Hugh (d. 1884), and his w. Mary, 150, 165, 173; fam., 173; est., 165; and see Ducat Hamersley

Hammatt, John, R. of Emmington, 96

Hamp, Hen., 40

Hampden, Andria, sis. of Wm. (d. 1613), m. — Fryer, 93 n; Edm. (fl. 1407), 219, 221; Sir Edm., bro. of Wm. (d. 1613), 93 n; Eliz., sis. of Wm. (d. 1613), m. — Cureton, 93 n; Eliz., see Symeon; Eliz., wid. of Ric. (d. 1660), 93; Joan, see Stonor; John, parliamentarian, 56, 57, 74, 91, 93, 140, 150, 216; John, s. of Wm. (d. 1613), 93 n; Letitia, wid. of Ric. (d. 1695), 150; Mary, sis. of Wm. (d. 1613), m. — Hollinshead, 93 n; Ric. (d. 1660), 91, 93, 96; Ric., s. of Ric., 93; Ric. (d. 1695), s. of John, 150, 228 n; Ric., grds. of Ric., and his w. Letitia, 150; Wm. (d. 1613), 93, 93 n, 96; fam., 2, 91; fam. of Gt. Hampden, 63, 93; arms of, 97

Hampden, Great (Bucks.), 63, 93

Hampnett (Glos.), 200

Hampton Poyle, 260, 261

Hamuldene, fam. of Shirburn, 188

Hannay, J. A., architect, 175

Harby, Gerard, 103

Harcourt, John de, 3; Rob. de, 3; Sir Rob. (fl. 1501), 104; Mr. —, 197

Hardman, —, glass-painter, 209

Hardwell (or Hardwick), fam., 137 n

Hardwick (now Hardwick with Tusmore), 185, 254

Harison, Dot., see Deane; Geo., s. of Sir Ric., 103; Sir Ric., 103

Harlyngrugge (Harlynrugge), Cecilia, m. John Rede, 153, 160 n; Wm., 153, 160; fam., 153

Harnhill (Harnhull, de), Sir John, 154, 243; Marg., m. Sir Ric. Stonor, 142, 154, 243

Harpenden, John, 218

Harper, John, 246; fam., 78

Harpsden, 177; and see Bolney

Harpswell (Lincs.), 153 n

Harrington, Sir Francis (fl. 1644), 182

Harris, Dan., architect, 199; Dav., 246; Milton, 220

Harrison, Mary, m. John Clerke (d. 1719), 22

Harrop (Harroppe), Master Thos., R. of Stoke Talmage and of Great Haseley, 207, 210

Harrowden (Northants.), 102

Hart, John, 250; char., 250, 251

Hartley, Wm., 174

Harwell, Pet. de, 118

Haseley, Great, 25, 41, 141, 149 n, 160, 169, 177, 198, 207, 210; Little, 62 n, 151; and see Latchford

Haseley Brook, 263, 269

Haseley stone, 18, 38 n

Haskey, Mat. (fl. 1717), 175; Mat. (d. 1752), and his w. Mary (d. 1760), 137; Matthias (d. 1797), 137; Thos., 165 n

Hastings, Sir Geo., later 4th Earl of Huntingdon, 21; Kath., dau. of Sir Geo., m. Edw. Unton, 21

Hatchman, Rog. (fl. 1545), 134

Hattecombes, see Atcombe

Hattecumbe (Hatcombe), de, Wm. (fl. 1279), Kt., 226, 227; Wm. (d. by 1322), (?) hermit, 238; fam., 214

Hatton, Wm., 32 n

d'Hautpoul, Julia, Marquise, see Stonor

Hawes, Mat., V. of Aston, 36, 37, 39

Hawkins, see Botterell Hawkins

Haws, Hen., 191; Revd. Mat., 191

Hay (or Heye), Amice, see Cottesmore; Mat. (fl. 15th cent.), 46

Haynes, —, wid., 247

Hayward, Eliz., Jemima, 252; Wm., 229; fam., 229, 230, 233; char., 252

Hazlebeech (Northants.), 201

Heath, fam. of Stonor, craftsmen, 142, 175

Heelde, Nic. atte, 78; Rob. atte, and his w. Kath., 78

Hemins, Edw., bellfounder, 40

Hempton, Wm. de, 64

Hempton Wainhill (formerly Wainhill, Wynnal, or Winnal), in Chinnor, 55, 57

Hendy, John, 188

Henley, Jos. John, and his dau. m. Phil. Jas. Digby Wykeham, 94

Henley-on-Thames, 138, 190, 218, 229, 246, 255, 257; Civ. War at, 45, 182; Grammar Sch., 252; market at, 232; Poor Law Union, 50, 168, 236; rds. to, 44, 141, 211; visitation at, 170

Henrietta Maria, Queen, w. of King Chas. I, 102

Henry I, King, 20, 156, 217

Henry II, King, 20, 24, 45, 134 n, 200 as; Duke of Normandy, 20

Henry III, King, 3, 65, 83, 148, 200, 217

Henry IV, King, 25

Henry V, King, 4, 148, 149, 218

Henry VI, King, 4, 59, 147, 184

Henry VIII, King, 4, 59, 156, 218, 238

Henry the miller (fl. 1086), 11; s. of Wm., 64, 65

Henry of Huntingdon, 211

Henry of Lewknor, V. of Lewknor, 110

Henton, William of, 66

Henton, 2, 2 n, 5, 6, 8, 45, 46, 48, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69, 70, 73, 74; chap., 63, 72, 74, 74 n; hamlet in Chinnor, 64, 65; incl., 70; man., 61, 62, 63; mill, 64, 65; noncf., 79; occs., 70; and see Hempton Wainhill

Herbrand (fl. 1086), 93

Hereford, earls of, 2, 134; and see Bohun, FitzOsbern; Vct., see Ferrers

Herlinggerugge (or Hollandridge), Emma de, 147

Herne, Francis, Cur. of Sydenham, 124

Herne man., in Toddington (Beds.), 118

Hertford, county, Sheriff of, 150

Hertford Castle (Herts.), 182, 192

Hertshorn, Alice, see Malyns; Eliz. m. Chas. Bulkley, 60; Wm., 60

Hester, Agnes, m. — Whitmell, 42; Dot., see Clarke; Geo. (d. 1833), 244; Hen., 23; John, 23; Ric., 23, 244, 251; Rob. (fl. 1523), 28; Rob. (fl. 1577), 28; Rob. (fl. 1618), s. of Wm. (d. 1618), 23; Rob. (fl. 1700), 17, 31, 39; Sam. (fl. 1831), Cur. of S. Weston, 257; Sarah, see Andrewes; Wm. (fl. 15th cent.) and his w. Agnes, 23; Wm. (d. 1618), 19, 23; Wm., s. of Wm. (d. 1618), 19; Wm. (fl. 1806), of S. Weston, 257; fam. of Kingston Blount, 6, 19, 28, 35, 121, 122, 211; fam. of S. Weston, 257; char., 241 n, 248, 251, 252

Hewish, Edw., 99

Heybourne, John, 256; yeo. fam., 256, 257

Heye, Ric. de Turre de, 202; and see Hay

Heyford, Lower, 254 n

Heyford Warren (or Upper Heyford), 83

Heythrop, 186

Hickes, Frances, 39; Mary, 39; T. D., V. of Aston Rowant, 39

Higgins, Amelia Vertue, see Jodrell; Chas., 101

Hill, Eliz. (d. 1715), 46, 173; Eliz. (fl. 1769), 201; Eliz., see Eustace; Hen. (fl. 1832), 31; Hen. Jos. (fl. 1900), 82, 84; John, 220; Jos., of Kingston Blount, 82, 84; Rowland, 132; Thos., 220; Wm., 258 n; Mr. —, of Tarriers, 220; fam., 31, 82, 257

Hill & Sons, organ-builders of Islington (Mdx.), 243

Hiller, Thos., 246

Hillesden (Bucks.), 265

Hind, Edw., R. of Crowell, 82, 89; fam., of Waterstock, 89

Hine, John (fl. 1758), 221, 228 n, 247 n; Kath., see Toovey; fam., 221 n, 229, 230

Hinton, Jas., 246

Hinton-in-the-Hedges (Northants.), 132

Ho (Hoo), de la, Alice, 219; Maud, m. Wm. of the Chamber, 219; Maud, see Swynebrook; Wm. (fl. 1252), 214, 219, 226; Wm. (fl. 1279), 219, 233, 237; fam., 214

Hoare, —, of Haddenham (Bucks.), noncf. preacher, 246

Hobbee (Hoby), Cecile, see Unton; Sir Edw., 39

Hogan, Revd. A. R., 240

Hogarth, Wm., painter and engraver, 183

Holand, Chris., 224; Maud de, see Zouche; Maud de, m. Sir John Lovel, 60; Ld. Rob., 60; Rob. de, s. of Ld. Rob., 60; Wm., 134; fam., of Thame, 224

Holbrook, stream, 16, 19, 26

Holiday, Barton, R. of Emmington and Archd. of Oxf., 96

Holland, Cath. Anne, 39; Giles, 40, 97, 126; John, of Long Crendon, 111; John, V. of Aston, 17, 37, 38, 39; Thos., Earl of Kent, 218 n; Messrs., —, builders, 91

Hollyman, Ric., 12, 15, 16; fam., 15

Holt, Wm., bellhanger, 90

Hook (Dors.), 83

Hopkins, fam., 190

Hopper, Humph., sculptor, R.A., 39

Horne, Chas. (d. 1772), 244; Edw. (d. 1745), 233, 244; Edw. (d. 1765), 46, 152, 211, 220, 236, 242, 244; Edw. (d. 1777), 244; Edw. and his w. Sarah, 152, 244; Edw. (d. c. 1814), 220, 248 n; Frances, see Cornish; John Yardley (d. 1789), 46, 152, 220, 221 n, 244; Sam. (d. 1777), merchant of Lond., and his w. Jane, 220, 221, 233, 236, 244; Sam. (d. 1797) 244; Mrs. —, see Yardley; Mrs. —, of Southampton, 248; fam., 96, 216, 220, 223, 229, 233, 242, 244; and see Hulton

Hornyold, Dr., R.C. Coadjutor Bp., 175

Horspath, 42

Hortimer, Mary de, 26

Hospitallers (Order of St. John of Jerusalem), 156, 202, 204

Hotham, Master John de, Chanc. of Oxf. Univ., Prov. of the Queen's Coll., and R. of Chinnor, 74, 77

Hovenden, Rob., Warden of All Souls, 98 n

Howard, Lady Anne, and her husband, Thos., 104; Thos., 2nd Earl of Berkshire, 216

Howard, of Hackney, arms of, 272

Howe (or The Howe), in Watlington, 213, 214, 215, 216, 219, 226; Howe Combe (or Howe) Farm, 214, 221; La Ho, med. vill. at, 225; man., 214, 219, 221; man. ho., 214; mill, 213; P.N., 214

Howell, Wm., V. of Pyrton and schoolmaster of Ewelme, 171

Howlett, John, 95; Thos., 92, 95

Howley, Wm., Abp. of Canterbury, 208

Howman, E. J., R. of Crowell and Chinnor, 75, 90; Miss, 77

Howse, Frances, see Barker; Mary, m. Sir Wm. Kenrick, 201; Ric., 201

Howson, John, R. of Britwell Salome and Vice-Chanc. of Oxf. Univ., 45

Huddleston, Isabella, see Williams; Ric., 84

Hudson, —, of Oxf., stonemason, 242

Huggins, Chas., R. of Chinnor, 56, 72, 75; Jane, m. Revd. Jas. Musgrave, 60, 78; John, Keeper of the Fleet prison, 56, 60, 73; Wm., 60, 73

Hugh, Abbot of Bec, 237

Hugh (fl. 1086), of Stoke Talmage, 200

Hugh, of Watlington, heirs of, 226

Hughes, H., glass-painter, 15

Huish, Edw., of the Middle Temple, 101, 114; Mrs. —, 106

Hulton, Edw. Horne, 46, 47, 152, 220, and see Horne; Hen., 220, 231; Hen. Horne, 220; Philippa C. H., 220; Revd. Wm. P., 220, 243

Humphrey (fl. 1086), 25, 26

Humphrey, Laur., V. of Aston, 36

Hungerford, Eleanor, see Yorke; John, s. of Wal., 25; Rob. (d. 1558), of Cadenham, 25; Rob., s. of Rob. (d. 1558), 25; Wal. (d. 1601), 25; fam., 18, 25

Hunt, Thos., V. of Shirburn, Prof. of Arabic and Hebrew, Oxf. Univ., 195

Hunter, John, R. of S. Weston, 260, 261, 262

Huntingdon, College of Ctss. of, at Cheshunt (Herts.), 79

Huntingdon, Earl of, see Hastings; Hen. of, 211

Huntley (Glos.), 59

Hurley (Berks.), priory of, 148, 155, 156, 159; Prior of, 157

Hurst (Berks.), 103

Hurt, fam., 256

Huscarl, Thos., 47

Hussey, John, 49; R. C., architect, 261; Thos., 49

Hutchins, G., V. of Pyrton, 173

Hutchins (or Buckland), Ric., 249

Hutton fam., 54

Hweresdene, John de, 147

Hyde, Edw., 1st Ld. Clarendon, 179; John (d. 1805), R. of Stoke Talmage, 208; John (fl. 1842), 87

Hyde, de la, Avice, see Turs; John (fl. 1290), 45, 61; Philippa, w. of Ric., see Sulham; Sir Ric. (fl. 1279), 8, 9, 11, 13, 45, 61, 203; Rog. (fl. 1222), 8, 202; fam., 8, 50; man., 8

Hyder Ally, 10

I

Ibstone (Bucks.), 2 n, 3, 100, 107, and see Plumbridge; ld. of, see Tovi

Ickford (Bucks.), 10, 14, 267

Icknield Secondary Sch., Watlington, 16

Icknield Way (Akemannestrete, Hackman Way, Hacknall Way), Lower, 17, 18, 98, 116; Upper, 17, 18, 43, 44, 47, 55, 80, 98, 102, 139, 178, 189, 211, 215, 224, 268

Ince Blundell in Sefton (Lancs.), 176

Incent, Master John, R. of Chinnor and Dean of St. Paul's Cath., Lond., 74

Independents, see Congregationalists

Inge, Joan, m. 1 Eudo de la Zouche (d. 1326), 2 Sir Wm. Moton, 151; Marg. (or Margery), see Grapinel; Wm. (d. 1321), Chief Justice, 151

Ingham (Adingeham), in Watlington (lost hamlet), 213, 214, 215, 216, 224, 229, 231; man., 216, 220, 221, 229, 231

Ingulf, Abbot of Abingdon, 101, 109

Innocent III, Pope, 109

Ipsden, 6, 46, 217

Ireland, 154

Iron Age remains, 2, 64, 157

Isabel, Ctss. of Aumale, Devon and the Isle, see Forz

Isabella, Queen, w. of King Edward II, 4, 218, 254

Isabella (of Woodstock), Ctss. of Bedford and dau. of King Edward III, 154, 219

Isham, Eliz., see Denton; Sir Euseby, 265; Thos. (fl. 1649), s. of Sir Euseby, 265; Thos., s. of Thos., 265, 273; fam., 265

Isle of Wight, Ld. of the, see Riviers

Isleworth (Middx.), 101

Islington St. Mary (Middx.), 243

Islip, 139

Iterus (fl. 12th cent.), priest of Shirburn, 194

Ives, Mr. —, benefactor of Pyrton church, 173

d'Ivry, Rog., 182, 183, 184 n, 187, 193, 194, 200, 206; barony, 183, 200; man. in Shirburn, 184, 187, 188, 191

Ivry Abbey (Seine, France), 206

J

Jackson, Maj. Ivan, 220; Spencer, 71

Jacobi, Dr. Leo, 259

Jaket, Nic., 186

James I, King, 4, 45, 101, 102, 218, 222, 223

James II, King, 197

James, Christine, w. of John, 9; Christine (d. 1435), m. Edm. Rede, 9, 153, and see Rede; Joan, m. Reg. Barantine, 152; John, 9, 26, 152; Kath., see Pole; Mary Eliz., 42; Rob., 9, 9 n, 26, 153; char., 42, 43

Jay, Chas., R. of Chinnor, 73, 75; Eliz., see Nelson; Pet., see Fennell; Steph., R. of Chinnor, 73, 75

Jeffery, Chris., 12

Jelfe, Andrews, stonemason, 181

Jennings, Sir Steph., 59

Jerningham, Sir Geo., Bt., 137; John, 137

Jesuit Mission (1580), the, 174

Jesuits, Order of, at Douai (Nord, France), 175

Joan, Prcss. of Wales, w. of the Black Prince, 4 n, 9, 12, 18

Jodrell, Sir Alf., Bt., 113, 115; Amelia Vertue, m. Chas. Higgins, 101; Edw. (fl. 1829), 115; Revd. Sir Edw. Repps (d. 1882), 101, 106, 108, 113, 114; Eliz., 113; Hen., 113; Lady Lucinda, 113; Paul (d. 1728), 101, 112, 113; Paul (d. 1751), 101, 113; Ric. Paul, F.R.S. (d. 1831), 101, 103, 105, 113, 114, 115; Sir Ric. Paul, Bt. (d. 1861), 101, 113, 115; fam., 100, 103; chap., 113, 115; chars., 115; chars. in Norfolk, 115

John XXII, Pope, 109

John, King, 3, 58, 83, 134 n, 148, 217

John, Master Mores (Maurice), R. of Britwell Salome, 51, 53; Sim., R. of Emmington, 96

John, parson of Swineshead, 148 n

John (fl. early 13th cent.), V. of Aston, 35

John (fl. c. 1474), V. of Pyrton, 170

John (fl. 13th cent.), V. of Watlington, 238

John son of Adam, 27, 107

John the constable, 152 n

John the tailor, 66

John the woodward, 33

John of Clare, 156

John de la Dene, 147

John of Eltham, Prince, see Eltham

John de Fonte, 104

John of Lancaster, Duke of Bedford, 74

John of Little Gatesdon, V. of Watlington, 238

John of Syresfield, 222

Johnson, James T., R. of Britwell, 50, 53, 54; Jas., architect, 113, 113 n; Wm., 50; fam., 229

Jones, Eliz., see Newell; Jas., miller, 255; Jas., 7, 10, 13, 15; John, 194; Wm., mathematician, 183; fam. of Adwell, 14

Jones & Willis, Messrs., 77

Jordan, Reginald s. of, and his w. Beatrice, 206 n, and see Wooburn

Jordan of Hambleden, 110 n, 219, 237

Joyce, Conway, V. of Sydenham, 125

K

Katharine of Aragon, Queen, of Hen. VIII, 238

Katherine, Queen, w. of King Hen. V, 4 n, 9 n, 149, 218; and see Valois

Kathleen Slesinger Home, Pishill, 132

Kebble, Hen., 138

Keen, Thos., 78–79

Keene, see Ruck-Keene

Kemble, fam., 175

Kempe, C. E., glass-painter, 90, 243

Kempshall, Thos., 247

Kenrick, Frances, m. Ben. Child, 201, 201 n; Grace, m. Wm. Wykes, 201; Mary, 201; Mary, see Howse; Wm. (d. 1636), 102; Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1699), 102, 201

Kensham, John, 108

Kent, Earl of, see Holland; Miss —, 249

Kerby, Cranley Lancelot, R. of Stoke Talmage, and his w. Mary, 39, 208, 209, 272

Kerrod, Sam., 176

Kiddington, 24

Kidwelly, Geoff., 223

Kimber, Francis, 86; fam., 86

Kimble, John, 131 n

King, John, 126 n; Moses, 224; Ric., 78; Rob., Bp. of Oxf. and Abbot of Thame, 201; —, wid., of Adwell, 12; fam., of Adwell, 12

King's Chapel, Boston (New England), R. of, see Price

Kingsey (Bucks.), 2, 23; and see Tythrop

Kingston, Thos. de, 26

Kingston, in Little Chesterton, Chesterton (Warws.), 103

Kingston Blount (Kingston Hungerford or Kingston Yorke), in Aston Rowant, 2, 2 n, 5, 89, 124, 127; Anglican chap., 19, 37, 40; ch. hist., see Aston; Civ. War, 20; Compt. cens., 33; dom. arch., 19–20; ec. hist., see Aston; field map, 30; field system, 28, 29; Green, 18; Ho., 17; incl., 28–29, 31; inns, 19; lesser est., 26; mans.: Kingston man., 24–25, Narnett's fee, 25–26, Verney's fee, 26; mill, 33; Moat Manor, 19; Narnett's fee man. ho., 19; noncf. chaps., 19; occs., 31, 33; par. govt., 34–35; P.N., 18, 26; poor rel., 32, 34; pop., 28, 33; rlwy. halt, 17, 81; rates, 34, 35; roundsmen, 34; sch., 19, 41–42, 91; small landowners at, 31; taxes, 33, 34, 274; tithes, 35, 36; top., 18–19; tradesmen, 33, 42; wds., 32; yeo. fams., see Rixon, Watkins; and see Kingston Stert, Linley

Kingston Lilly, see Linley

Kingston Lisle, in Sparsholt (Berks.), 62

Kingston Narnett, see Narnett's fee under Kingston Blount

Kingston Stert, in Aston Rowant, 16, 17, 19, 31, 33; and see Aston Rowant, passim

Kingston Varney, see Linley, and Verney's fee under Kingston Blount

Kingston Yorke, see Kingston Blount

Kit Cat Club, 60

Knapp, Augustine, 252

Kneller, Sir Godfrey, painter, 183

Knightley, Ann, see Unton; Anne, 22; Eliz., 22; Mary, 22; Ric., 150; Valentine, 22

Knightsbridge Lane, see Pyrton

Knockyn, John, 218

Knody, Rob., V. of Lewknor and Fellow of All Souls Coll., Oxf., 110, 113

Knollys, Sir Francis, 219; Wm., 179

Knowles, Messrs. —, of Oxf., 272

Knoyle, Alice, m. 1 Thos. Vavasour, 2 Thos. Butler, 61; Eliz., m. John Popham of Huntworth in N. Petherton, 61; Thos. (d. by 1504), 61

L

'La Ho', see Howe

Lake, Eliz., m. Wm. Stonor (d. 1650), 174

Lamb, E., architect, 209

Lambert, Anna Maria, see Foley; Greville Hen., R. of Emmington, 96, 97; Sir Hen. John, Bt. (d. 1858), 17, 22, 35, 39, 42, 96; Sir John, 31; Lady (fl. 1833), 42; Mrs. Wm., 39; fam., 39; est. in Aston, 31, 32

Lambourn (Lamborne), Ric. (fl. 1667), 214; Ric. (fl. 1704), 242, 244

Lancashire, 133

Lancaster, John of, Duke of Bedford, 74; Thos. of, 184

Lancaster, Osbert, artist and writer, 144, 176

Lancaster, Duchy of, 147, 148, 196, 206; Chanc. of, see Fowler

Lancaster, Earl of, see Crouchback

Landen, Rog. (fl. c. 1450), bellfounder, 40

Lane, Ann, m. John Clerke, 22; John, of London, 22

Langford, Wm., V. of Watlington, 236 n, 240

Langley, Hen., Master of Pembroke Coll., Oxf., 239, 245

Langtree hundred, 2

Lansdowne, Mqss. of, see Mercer Nairne, Petty-Fitzmaurice

Larke, Ric., V. of Aston, R. of Crowell, and Fellow of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 36, 89

Latchford, in Great Haseley, 77

Latimer, Lady Eliz., see Beauchamp

Latini, Brunetto, tutor of Dante, 179

Laton, Phil., 223

Leach, John, 169

Leake, Wm., V. of Watlington, 240

Lechlade (Glos.), 57

Lee, Revd. F. G., antiquary, 197; Sir Francis, 179; Hen. (d. 1632), 22, 39; Hen. jnr. (d. by 1642), 22, 22 n; Marg., w. of Ric., see Streatley; Rebecca, m. John Clerke, 22, 22 n; Rob., 267, 269; Mr. —, architect, of Oxf., 243; fam., 267

Lee Cumbray, see Leegomery

Leegomery (Salop), 185

Legge, Geo., 3rd Earl of Dartmouth, 265

Leicester, Rob., Abbot of Oseney and V. of Pyrton, 170; Wm. de, R. of Chinnor, 74, 77

Leigh, de, John, 103; Kath., m. Sir Thos. Bessels, 104; Thos., 103; Wm. (fl. c. 1220), 103; Wm. (fl. c. 1251), s. of Wm., 103; fam., 103

Lenten, Heritage (d. 1715), a London merchant, 99, 103, 113; Heritage (d. 1729), 103; Heritage (fl. 1758), 103; John (d. 1734), 103; Prudence, 113

Lenthall, Sir John, 179

Lenveysy, John, see Plescy

Leofeca, of Lewknor, 100

Leofward (fl. 10th cent.), of Goldor, 152, 157, 169

Letten, Susannah, 267; arms, 272

Levelif, fam., 188

Leveridge, Wm., 189, 190

Leveson-Gower, Gertrude, later Dchss. of Bedford, 265

Lewen, Wal., 108 n

Lewin (fl. 1086), 57

Lewinton, Sarah, 176

Lewis, Edw., R. of Emmington, 96

Lewknor, Wal., yeo., 108

Lewknor, de, Adam, ld. of Wormsley, 104, 186; Agnes, dau. of John, m. John Brokepenny, 186; Ansger (fl. 12th cent.), 101; Eliz., w. of Sir John, m. 2 Sir John de Manning, 186; Geoff., s. of Wm., 101; Sir Geoff. (fl. 1279), 101, 103; Hen., 110; John, s. of Adam, 104, 185, 186, 189; John (d. by 1356), Sheriff of Oxon. and Keeper of Oxf. castle, 102, 186; Sir John (d. c. 1381), 102, 186, 188; Master Nic. (fl. 1173), Vice Archd. of Oxf., 101; Ralph (fl. 1300), 101, 102; Master Rob., 186; Rob., s. of John, 104, 186; Rob., s. of Wm. (fl. 1260), 101; Rob. (fl. 1401), 186; Rog. (fl. 1219), R. of Lewknor, 101, 109, 110; Thos., s. of Sim. (fl. 1198), 101; fams. of Dean, Chalford, Heythrop, Lewknor and Wormsley, 101, 103, 104, 106, 109, 185, 186

Lewknor, Ansger, a clerk of (fl. 12th cent.), 103 n, 109

Lewknor, Edith of (fl. c. 990), 100

Lewknor, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 11, 13, 15, 16, 20, 28, 32, 98–115, 139, 178, 253, 256, 258, 259, 261, 262, 263, 266, 273; adv. 109; brasses, 113; chars., 115; ch. bldg., 112–14; ch. hist., 109–12; ch. plate, 111, 114; crops, 105, 109; ec. hist., 105–9; farm hos., 99; farms, 108; field system, 105; geol., 98; incl., 105–6; inns, 99; Jodrell chap., 113; lesser ests., 104–5; man. hos., 99; mans., 100–4; meadows, 106; med. glass, 113; mills, 105, 106; Moor Court Farm, 99; noncf., 114; occs., 108; P.N., 98, 100; pop., 107, 108, 109; Rcty., 99; rcty., 109; rds., 98; schs., 114–15; taxes, 107, 108, 274; tenants, 107; top., 98–100; Vic., 99, 111; vic., 110; Vs., 110–11; wds., 106–7; and see Abbefeld, Ackhampstead, Cadmore End, Chisbidge, Lewknor Uphill, Lewknor-Up-Hill (Bucks.), Moorcourt, Moor End, Nethercote, Padnells, Plumbridge, Postcombe, Studdridge, and Wormsley

Lewknor hundred, 1–6, 16, 83, 92

Lewknor Uphill, 98, 110; chapry. of, 112, and see Fingest and Stokenchurch

Lewknor-Up-Hill (Bucks.), par. of, 112, 115

Ley, Jas., Earl of Marlborough, 200; Mary, w. of Jas., see Petty

Leya, see Lia

Leyburne, de, Eleanor, see Quincy; Rog. (fl. 1267), 58

Lia (Leya), Master Hugh, chpl., 194, 197

Lidcott, Chris., 100; Dot., m. Chris. Edmonds, 100, 101

Lilley, see Linley

Lincoln, Earl of, see Pole

Lincoln, Bp. of, 200, and see Barlow, Grosseteste, Hugh of Welles, Repingdon, Sutton; mans. of, 118, 123

Lincoln Cathedral, 123; Dean of, see Garnier, Streatley

Lincoln Coll., Oxf., Fellow of, see Rose

Linley (Kingston Lilly, Lilley, or Varney), in Aston Rowant (lost hamlet), 2, 5, 19, 25, 26, 27, 28; chap., 19, 33, 36; P.N., 27; and see Aston Rowant, passim, and Kingston Blount

Lisle, de, Alice, see Tyeys; Gerard, bro. of Hen., 184; Hen. (d. 1361), s. of Alice, 184, and see Tyeys; Marg., Bnss. Lisle, m. Thos., Ld. Berkeley, 184; Rob., of Rougement, 62; Warin (d. c. 1322), 182, 184; Warin, Ld. Lisle (d. 1382), and his w. Joan (d. 1392), 62, 179, 184; fam., of Kingstonlisle, 62, of Rougement, 62

Litchfield, John Reade, 47

Litcott, Lady Kath., 201

Littlejohn, Wm. D., V. of Sydenham, 125, 126, 128

Littlemore, 42

Littlemore Priory, in Littlemore, 65; est. in Sydenham, 118, 121; nuns of 118; Prss. of, 118

Lloyd, Art., Cur. of Watlington, and later Bp. of Newcastle, 240, 243, 247

Loder, And., 265

Loe, Thos., 91

London, de, Hen., Abp. of Dublin, 24, 217; Wm., R. of Chinnor and Queen's Chpl., 74

London, 19, 20, 62, 139, 198, 204, 232, 255; Bp. of, see Wingham; Const. of Tower of, see Beche; Ld. Mayors of, see Browne, Bruges, Reynardson; market, 190; St. Paul's Cath., Dean of, see Incent; and see Westminster Abbey

London Church Building Soc., 40

Long, Sir Ric., 102, 104; Wal., 25

Longdon, Thos., mapmaker, 98 n, 99

Longdon (Worcs.), 96

Longshawe, Geo., R. of Wheatfield, 271

Loosely, fam., 257

Lord Williams' Grammar Sch. (Thame), 82, 118

Lovel, Eleanor, m. Sir Ric. Rohant, 21, 23, 35, 64; John (fl. 1279), 65; Sir John, 5th Lord Lovel of Titchmarsh (d. 1408), 60; John (d. 1414), 60; Maud, see Holand; Ric., of Wincanton, 21; Wm., 60; fam., 60, 65

Lovell, Francis, 155; Sir Thos., 6

Lovett, Nic., 186, 188

Lowe, Cath., m. Wm. Lowndes (later Lowndes-Stone), 24; Frances, m. Ric. Stone, 24; Francis, of Clifton, 24

Lowndes, Wm., 24, and see LowndesStone

Lowndes-Stone, Cath., see Lowe; Wm. (d. 1733), s. of Wm. Lowndes, 24; Wm. (d. 1830), 24; Wm. Francis, 24, 32; and see Lowndes

Lowthian, Thos., R. of S. Weston, 262

Lucton (Herefs.), Free school at, 194

Lucy, Marg. de, see Alveton; Sir Wm. de, 25; Wm. (fl. 1629), 220; fam., 190

Luda, Jordan de, R. of Adwell, 14

Luke, Sir Sam., 57

Lulworth Castle, in Lulworth East (Dors.), 222

Lumley (Co. Durham), castle, 179

Luton (Beds.), 71

Lylall, Edna, see Bayly

Lybbe, Ric., 73 n

Lybbe Powys, fam., 12

Lydall, Eliz., see Toovey; John, of Ipsden, 46; John Dodd, 46, 47; fam., of Ipsden, 46; and see Bradford

Lydall & Co., Bankers, 233

Lyford, in Hanney, West (Berks.), 174

Lyllyng, Ric., 211, 218, 219

Lynke, Wm., 42

Lytchett Matravers (Dors.), 83

M

Mabot, Master Ric., V. of Shirburn, 194

Macclesfield, earls of, 184, 191, 192, 193, 195, 205, 206, 258, 271; and see Parker

Mackenzie, F., water-colour painter and architectural draughtsman, 212

Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 63, 74 n, 80, 96, 141, 152, 160; Fellows of, see Bayley, Larke; President of, 141, and see Oglethorpe; prop. of, in Emmington, 91, in Goldor, 156, 160, in Henton, 70, in Pyrton, 94, 156, 160, 161

Maidensgrove, in Pishill, 131, 132, 137

Malory, Marg., m. Rob. Moton, 151

Malthus, Thos., R. of Adwell, 14 n

Malyns, de, Alice, see Sackville; Alice (d. 1469), m. Wm. Hertshorn, 60; Edm. (d. by 1368), Sheriff of Oxon., 45 n, 46, 48, 61, 63; Sir Edm. (d. 1385), 61, 62, 63 n, 77; Edm. (d. by 1431), s. of Sir Edm. and Isabel, 61, 62; Eleanor, m. — Buxsted, 62 n; Eliz., sis. of Reynald, m. Thos. Barantyne, 61 n, 62; Hen. (d. 1323), 45, 46, 48, 61; Isabel, (d. c. 1421), w. of Sir Edm., m. 2 Adam Ramsay, 61, 62, 77; John, 60; Sir Reynald (or Reg.) (d. 1384), and his two ws., 61, 63, 64, 77; Reynald (d. 1431), 46, 62, 78; fam., 45, 46, 48, 50, 57, 63, 74, 91; arms of, 77, 91 n, 97

Manchester (Lancs.), lord of, see Grelle

Mangin, Eliz. Cath., 39; Magdalene, 39; Rear-Admiral Reuben Caillaud (d. 1846), 39; Capt. Reuben Caillaud, 39; Susan Henrietta, 39

Mann, Augustus, 144

Manning, de, Eliz., see Lewknor; Sir John (d. 1393), 186

Manor Charitable Trust, prop. of, 20

March, Wm., 236 n

Mare, de la, Ellen, m. 1 Sir And. le Blount, 2 Dav. de Offington, 24; Emma, wid. of Hugh, 24; Sir Geoff, (d. by 1219), 24, 27; Hugh (d. by 1196), 20, 24, 103; Hugh (fl. 1197), 24 n; Sir Hugh (or Hugh Sans Aver, d. c. 1237), 24, 58; Maud, see Mautravers; Pet., 83; Rob. (fl. 1279), 222; Rob. (d. 1382), 222; Rog. (fl. late 13th cent.), 118; Wm. (fl. 1086), 24; fam., 46 n, 222; prop. of, in Watcombe, 222, 225

Margaret, 'Countess of Devon', see FitzGerold

Margaret of Anjou, Queen of Hen. VI, 147, 149

Marlborough, Duke of, see Churchill, Spencer; Earl of, see Ley; fam., 153

Marlbrook, stream, 223

Marlow, Great (Bucks.), 22, 98, 102, 103, 114, 161, 232 n

Marlow Priory (Bucks.), 142 n, 206; Prss. of, see Gunnora

Marmion, Ant. (d. 1549), 8, 9, 10; Art., s. of Ant. 9; Dot., m. john Rolles, 8, 8 n, 10; Eliz., dau. of Ant., m. john Parker, 9; John (fl. 1478), of Stoke Marmion, 9; John, s. of Ant. (fl. 1548), 8, 9; Ric. (d. by 1466), of Checkendon, 9; Wm. (fl. 1494), 9; Wm., of Easton (Glos.) (d. 1530), and his w. Isabel, 9; fam., 6, 8; fam., of Checkendon, 153

Marny, Joan, see Barantyne; Sir John, 62

Marsh, John, 21; Revd. Wm., 136, 137

Maraton Fleet (Bucks.), 25, 26

Martel, Wm., 182

Martiall, Ric., Dean of Christ Church, Oxf., and V. of Pyrton, 170

Martin, —, builder of Hereford, 243

Mary, Queen, w. of Geo. V, 137

Mary Tudor, Queen, 182

Mason, Jos., 79; Mrs. Rebecca, 80

Massie, Maj. Sir Edw., 182

Masters, Geo., architect, 144

Matlock, Ada, 249

Maud, Empress, 20, 23 n, 24, 100 n, 182, 217

Maunde, Ant., R. of Wheatfield, 271

Mautravers, Agnes, see Bereford; Eliz., see d'Aurnarle; Eliz., see Syfrewast; Sir John (d. 1341), 83; John (d. by 1354), s. of Lucy, 83; John (d. 1386), 9, 9 n, 83, 88; Lucy, see Braose; Maud (d. 1402) m. 1 Pet. de la Mare, 2 Sir John de Dinham, 83, 84; Rob. (d. by 1321), 83; fam. of Lytchett Matravers (Dors.), 83, 88

May, Rob., 205

Mayne, Jasper, Canon of Christ Church, Oxf., and V. of Pyrton, 170, 171, 178, 239, 245

Mears & Stainbank, bell founders, 244

Medmenham (Bucks.), 149; abbey of, 237

Menley, fam., of Chinnor, 68

Mercer Nairne, Geo. John Chas., 8th Mqss. of Lansdowne, 50

Merton Coll., Oxf., 158, 160, 203 n

Merton (Surr.), priory of, 259

Messenger, John, 161; fam., 175

Metcalfe, Mr. —, 18th-cent. apothecary, 168

Methodists, 41, 54, 78, 79, 114, 126, 137, 138, 176, 209, 247, 261, 262, 273; Primitive, 41, 79, 126, 176, 247, 262

Meway, Cath., 142

Michaels, Mrs. Ann, 90

Middleton, Clifford, 173

Milckesop, see Milksop

Milcombe, in Bloxham, 260

Miles of Nethercote, see Morley

Milksop (Milksoppes, Milesop, Milckesop), John, 22; fam., of Herts., 22 n; man., see Aston Rowant

Miller, Hen. the (fl. 1086), 11

Miller, Wm. the, 11, 64

Milton, John, poet, 82

Milton, Great, 25, 35, 118, 151; and see Delafield

Milton Manor Ho., in Milton (Berks.), 144 n

Minchin, Thos., 269

Minigrove (Minnygrove), common (in Bix, Pishill and Watlington), 48, 252; man. (in Bix), 134, 221

Modbury (Devon), 21

Mohaut, see Montalt

Molins, see Molyns

Molis, Nic. de, 92, 217

Mollington, in Cropredy, 92

Molyneux, Marg., m. Sir Geo. Simeon, 221

Molyns (or Molins), Anne, m. John Simeon (d. 1615), 220, 221, 252; Ant. (d. 1582), 220, 228 n, 244, and his w. Agnes, 244; Sir Barentine, 220, 223, 228, 230; Marg., m. Martin Tichburne, 220; Sir Mic. (d. 1615), 220; Sir Mic. (fl. 1629), 220; fam., 221

Montague, Wm. de, Earl of Salisbury, and his wid., 62

Montalt, de (or Mohaut), Cecile, see d'Aubigny; Rob. (fl. 1275), s. of Rog., 253; Rob., Ld. (d. 1329), and his w., 253, 254; Rog., 253; fam., 253 n

Montesole, E. B., 20, 24

Montfort, de, Pet. (fl. 1266), 63; Sim., 24, 58, 92; fam., 63

Moor Court, in Lewknor, 100, 101–2, 104, 106, 107

Moor End, see Ackhampstead

'Morechapel', see Ackhampstead

Moreton, in Thame, 63, 118 n, 122

Morgan, Rob., V. of Aston, 36 n

Morland, see Bernard-Morland

Morley, de, Geoff, (fl. 1279), 107; Geoff, (fl. 1324), 103; Isabel (d. 1386), wid. of Ric., m. 2 Sir Rob. Symeon, 103; Juliana, wid. of Rob. (d. 1410), m. 2 Pet. Fettiplace, 103; Marg., 103; Miles, or Miles of Nethercote (fl. 1196), 103; Miles (fl. 1230), 103; Ric. (fl. c. 1360), 103; Rob. (fl. 1335), 254 n; Rob. (d. 1410), 103; Thos. (fl. 1352), 1d. of Abbefeld, 103, 105; fam., 103, 106, 109

Mormons ('Mormonites'), 41

Morris, C. A., 173; Chas. Hopkins, 173; John (d. 1649), V. of Pyrton and Regius Professor of Hebrew at Oxf. Univ., 170, 178; Dr. John (d. 1938), 244; Revd. Wm., and his w. Marg. Mary, 126

Morris, Wm., & Co., of London, glass-painters, 209, 272

Mortimer, Anne, dau. of Rog., Earl of March, 104; Ric., yeo. of Britwell, 52; Rog., Earl of March (d. 1330), 4, 218

Mortoire, Fr. J. B., 137, 175

Moscow (Russia), 103

Moton, Agnes, wid. of Wm., 151; Alan, 151 n; Anne, m. Hen. Grimsby, 151; Eliz., 2nd w. of Sir Wm., 151 n; Eliz., m. Ralph Pole, 151; Joan, see Inge; Reg. (d. 145), 149; Rob. (d. 1369), 151; Rob. (d. 1456), and his 2 wives, 1 Marg. Malory, 2 Eliz. Mulsho, 151; Sir Wm. (d. c. 1356), 151; Wm. (d. 1391), 151; Wm., s. of Rob. (d. 1456), 151; fam., 151

Motte, John, 9

Mounter, John le, 223

Mowbray fam., dukes of Norfolk, 63

Moys, Edw., Chapl. of Standhill, 171 n; Thos., 171 n

Muirhead, L., 244

Mulsho, Eliz., m. Rob. Moton, 151

Munday, John (fl. 1507), 154; Ric., the elder (fl. late 17th cent.), 80; Rob. (fl. 1665), yeo. of Sydenham, 19, 124, 127; Thos., 19; fam., 41, 121, 121 n; char., 121, 124, 127

Musgrave, Georgina, m. Aubrey Wenman Wykeham-Musgrave, 60; Dr. Jas., R. of Chinnor, 60, 68, 69, 71, 72, 73 n, 75, 78, and his s., 70 n., Sir Jas. (d. 1814), 60, 73; Sir Jas., s. of Sir Jas., 73; Jane, see Huggins; Sir Ric., 2nd Bt. of Hayton Castle (Cumb.), 60; Sir Wm. Augustus, R. of Chinnor and of Emmington, 60, 70, 73, 75, 77, 78, 96; fam., 75, 78, 116; and see Wykeham-Musgrave

Musgros, de, Agnes, see Ferrers; Sir Rob., 58, 65

N

Napier, le, see Napper

Napoleonic war, 231

Napper (Le Napier), Rob. and his w., 132; Thos., 132; fam., 132

Narnett, John, 25, 27; fam., 25, 26; and see Nernuit

Nash, Edw., 228, Francis, 242; John, architect, 182; Mary, m. Stringer, 246; Nat., 246; Master Thos. (fl. 1437), 74; Thos. (fl. 1688), 211, 212, 252; Wm. (fl. 1903), 231, fam., 211, 212, 228, 232, 233, 235, 246; char., 252

Nasmyth, Messrs., agricultural engineers, 191

Nassau, Lady, see Van Aersen

National Nature Reserve, at Beacon Hill, in Lewknor, 16

National Society, the, 16, 176, 248

National Trust, the, prop. of, at Aston Rowant and Watlington, 16, 211

Neal, Miss —, schoolmistress at Watlington, 249

Neighbour, John, 247 n, 259

Neile, Ric., Abp. of York, 260

Nelson, Dot., wid. of Wm., 73; Eliz., dau. of Wm., m. 1 Chas. Jay, 2 Edw. Thorneycroft, 73; Wm. (fl. 1618), 23; Wm. (fl. 1692), 73

Nernuit (Narnett), Miles, s. of Maud de Bellewe, 25

Nether Assendon, see Assendon

Nethercote (or Upper Copcourt), in Lewknor, 2, 2n, 5, 23 n, 102 n, 105, 107, 109; man., 102–3, 106; P.N., 102; sch., 114; water-mill, 106; and see Lewknor, passim

Nettlebed, 134, 135, 136, 161, 177

Neville (Nevill), Anne, m. Sir Wm. Stonor, 154; Eliz., Bnss. of Abergavenny, see Chamberlain; Lady Eliz., dau. of 9th Ld. Abergavenny, of Shirburn, m. Thos. Stonor (d. 1683), 155, 197, 239; John, 10th Ld. Abergavey (d. 1662), 184, 195, 197, 239; Ric., Earl of Warwick, the King-maker, 154

New College, Oxf., 118, 122; fellows of, 261; Warden of, see Woodward

New Windsor, see Windsor

Newberry, Miss G. D., 117

Newborough, John, V. of Aston and of Thame, 37; Wm., Min. of Long Crendon (Bucks.), 209

Newburgh, Thos., Earl of Warwick, 185, 254

Newcastle-on-Tyne (Northumb.), Bp. of, see Lloyd

Newell, Anne, dau. of Chris., of Pophleys, m. Hen. Franklin, 10; Chris. (fl. 1677), R. of Adwell, 14, 15; Chris. (fl. 17th cent.), of Pophleys, 10; Chris. (d. 1737), and his w. Eliz., 15, 255; Eliz. (d. 1772), dau. of Chris. (d. 1737), 15; Eliz. (d. 1818), m. Jas. Jones, 7, 10, 13, 16; Esther, w. of Revd. Wm., 10; Frances, see Franklin; John, R. of Adwell, 14; Mary, m. Ric. Carter (d. 1731), 255; Sam., R. of Adwell (d. 1802), 14, 15; Thos. (d. 1777), 15; Wm. (d. by 1698), 10, 10 n; Wm. (d. by 1729), High Sheriff, and his w., 7, 10, 14, 259; Wm. (d. 1747), R. of Adwell, 10, 14, 15; Wm. (d. 1778), of Henley, 15; fams. of Adwell, Pophley (Stokenchurch, in Aston Rowant), and S. Weston, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 10 n, 15, 255; and see Newell Birch

Newell Birch, John W., see Birch

Newington, 43, 47, 48 n, 51, 52, 255; R. of, 51, 237

Newnham Murren, 48

Newport, Rhode Island (U.S.A.), 155

Newton, Sir Isaac, 56, 183; Ric. (d. 1859), and his w. Eliz. (d. 1870), 47, 49, 50, 53

Niblet, Steph., Warden of All Souls Coll., Oxf., 110

Nicholas IV, Pope, 110

Nicholas the smith, 27

Nigel, Constable of Chester (fl. 1066), 152

Noke, 62

Norfolk, Duke of, see Mowbray; Earl of, see Bigod, Brotherton

Normandy (France), Duke of, see Henry

Norreys (Norris), Eliz., dau. of Francis, m. Edw. Wray, 102; Francis, Ld. Rycote, 88, 102, 118; Sir Hen. (later Baron of Rycote), 23, 89, 102, 118, 200; Hen. (d. 1537), 218; Marg., see Williams; fam., 88, 102, 104; and see Bertie

Norris, Revd. Hen. Hadley, 101

North, Chris., 114; G. T., 78; John (fl. 1662), 40, 41, 125; John, s. of John (fl. 1662), 41; John (d. 1763), 244; Mary, 40; Thos., 26; Wm., 114; fams., 95, 97, 114 n, 121, 121 n

Northampton, county of, 233; Earl of, see Bohun

Norton, Master Ric., V. of Shirburn, 194, 197

Norton Priory (later Abbey), in Norton (Ches.), 147, 155, 156, 156 n, 161, 169, 170, 171; Augustinian canons of, 169, 170, and see Terfoot; Prior of, 157, 158; and see Runcorn (Ches.)

Notley Abbey, in Long Crendon (Bucks.), 156, 225

'Novitovi', a Danish thegn, 3; and see Tovi

Nuneham Courtenay, 83 n, 104

O

Oakley, Rob. of, 65

Oakley, in Chinnor, 55, 57, 61, 64, 65, 66, 74, 79; and see Chinnor par. entries

Oates, —(fl. 1778), noncf. preacher, 78

Oddington, 103

Offa, King of Mercia, 131, 139, 147, 152

Offington, de, Dav., 24, 26 n; Ellen, see Mare

Offley (Herts.), 83

Ogbourne Priory (in Ogbourne St. George, Wilts.), Prior of, 13

Oglethorpe, Alice, see Goodwin; Edw., and his w. Ruth, 46; Jane, see Perrot; John, 46, 255; Owen, Pres. of Magd. Coll., Oxf., 46, 255; Wm., 149 n

d'Oilly, Hen. (fl. 12th cent.), 217, 236; Hen. (fl. 1232), 217, 237, 254; Maud, m. 1 Miles Crispin, 2 Brian FitzCount, 20, 23, 35, 216, 217; Nigel, 100, 101, 104, 216, 217, 254; Rob., Constable of Oxf. Castle, 20, 101, 132, 182, 183, 184 n, 185, 187, 193, 194, 200, 216, 220, 221, 223, 224, 254, 259, 266; Rob. (d. 1142), 217, 236, 237, 254; fam., 104, 217, 225, 266; barony, 220, 254, and see Plescy; fees, 185, 266; mans., 184, 185, 187, 188, 191, 193, 223, 224, 260; and see Doyley

Old Abbefeld, see Abbefeld

Oliver, fam., 69

Openor, Thos., 152

Ordric, Abbot of Abingdon, 100

Oriel Coll., Oxf., fellows of, see Alyard, Rye

Ormond and Wiltshire, Earl of, see Butler

Orrell, Lawr., V. of Pyrton, 170

Osbert of 'Cocham' (Cookham, Berks.) or of Hambleden, 219, 237

Osborn, John, 66; Wm. 66

Oseney Abbey, 110, 134, 179, 193, 194, 211, 217, 223, 236, 237, 254, 259, 260; Abbot of, 169, 226, 259, and see Leicester; ests. of, in Watlington, 225, 227, 233; Grange of, in Watlington, 211

Oseney, North, 183, 186; ct. of hon. of St. Valery at, 192

Oswald, Bp. of Worcester and Abp. of York, 152, 157, 169

Oswaldslow hundred (Worcs.), 157 n

Ovey, John (d. 1614), 229, 230; John (d. 1660), 230; John, J.P. (d. 1695), 214, 229, 239, 244, 245, 246; Thos. (d. 1595), 229; Thos. (fl. 1615), 233, 246; yeo. fam. of Greenfield, 216, 228, 229, 230, 233

Oxford, 41, 123, 139, 161, 169, 194, 204, 207, 208, 233; council of, 110; market, 95; Radcliffe Infirmary at, 168, 236; rds. to, 98, 142, 211; royalist army at, 57, 216; siege of, 182; and see Oseney, Oxford Castle, Rewley Abbey

Oxford, Archd. of, 74; and see Halton, Holiday, Rye

Oxford, bpric. of, 26, 206, 236; bps. of, 16, 35, 109, 111, 208, 223; and see Blandford, Fell, King, Paul, Potter, Secker, Wilberforce; arms of diocese of, 209

Oxford Castle, 91, 185, 254; ch. of St. George in, 194, 237, 260; Constable of, see Oilly; Keeper of, see Cottesford, Tyeys

Oxford Diocesan Board of Patronage, 96, 135

Oxford Diocesan Church Building Soc., 40, 77, 209, 243, 261

Oxford University, Chanc. of, see Hotham; Prof, of Arabic and Hebrew at, see Hunt; Prof. of Physic at, see Fellows; Regius Prof. of Hebrew, see Morris; Vice-Chanc. of, see Howson; and see All Souls Coll., Balliol Coll., Cardinal Coll. (later Henry VIII's Coll.), Christ Church, Lincoln Coll., Merton Coll., New Coll., Oriel Coll., Pembroke Coll., Queen's Coll., St. Edmund Hall, Wadham Coll.

Oxfordshire Election of 1754, 216

Oxfordshire Yeomanry Cavalry (Watlington division), 216

P

Pace, Ric, architect, 57

Packington, Sir Thos., 193 n

Padnal, see Padnells

Padnells (Padnole, Padnal), in Rotherfield Greys (formerly in Lewknor), 2, 6, 100, 107; and see Lewknor, passim

Paget, Ld. Wm. (fl. 17th cent.), 150

Paine, Messrs., 46

Painswick (Glos.), 199

Palmer, Rob., 201

Pangbourne, Wm., 199

Parker, Eliz., see Marmion; Geo., 2nd Earl of Macclesfield, M.P. and Pres. of Royal Soc., 150, 181, 183, 184, 197, 216, 229, and his w., 195; Geo., 4th Earl of Macclesfield and his w. Frances, 4, 43, 166, 169, 173, 183, 184, 197, 216, 231; Geo., 7th Earl of Macclesfield, 185, 196, 199; Hon. Geo. Lane, 183; Henrietta, w. of Thos. Augustus Wolstenholme, 6th Earl of Macclesfield, 197; Hen. (fl. 1667), of Watlington, 236; J. H., architect and ecclesiologist, 39, 77; John (fl. 1395), of Stonor, 142; John (fl. 1564), 9; Mat., Abp. of Canterbury, 111; Rob. le, 223; Thos., 1st Earl of Macclesfield and Lord Chanc., 151, 179, 181, 183, 184, 190, 191, 193, 197; Thos., 3rd Earl of Macclesfield, 105, 106, 135, 178, 182, 183, 184, 197, 198, 200, 201, 212; Thos., 5th Earl of Macclesfield, 185, 197; Thos., 6th Earl of Macclesfield and Ctss., 140, 155, 156, 172, 185, 196, 198, 208, 210, 211, 249, 258; Thos. (fl. 1824), of Kingston Blount, 31; Hon. Wm. (d. 1788), 197; fam., of Shirburn, 4, 182, 196, 198

Parslowe, Rob., 213, 235, 238, 244, 251; char., 233, 335, 251

Paskemer, see Pusemere

Patteshulle, Rob., priest of Pyrton, 170

Paul, John, Min. of Chinnor, 41; Jos., 78, 79; Wm., Bp. of Oxf., R. of Chinnor and Brightwell Baldwin, 73, 75, 80

Pauleshott, John, 83; Lucy, see Braose

Paulet, John, Mqss. of Winchester, 93; Winifred, see Bruges

Pauling, And., V. of Benson and R. of Stoke Talmage, 208

Pauncefoot, John, 254; Marg., see Beauchamp

Pauncefoot (? or Wysham), Alice, m. Sir John Guise, 255; Eliz. (d. c. 1500), m. 1 Thos. Croft (d. 1488), 2 Nic. Crowemer, 255, 259; Joan, m. 1 — Westcote, 2 John Croft, 255

Payforer, Laura, see Scaccario; Wm., 105

Payn, John, R. of Crowell, 89, 90; Nic., 22

Paynell, Sarah, see Bidun; Wm., 217. 223

Peache Trustees, 123

Peckham, Sir Geo. (fl. 1577), 93, 96 Geo., s. of Sir Geo., 93, 96

Peckleton (Leics.), 151

Pembroke Coll., Oxf., Master of, see Langley

Pendarves, John, 171, 239, 245

Penkridge (Staffs.), 24

Penn, Nat., R. of Wheatfield, and his w., 271

Penn, in Aston Rowant, 17, and see Aston Rowant

Pennington, Isaac, 91, 245; fam., 91

Percy, Rog. de, and his w. Joan, 221

Perisson (Person), John, V. of Shirburn, 194

Perrot, Jane, m. Owen Oglethorpe, 46; Mary, see Barantine; Sim., 151

Perry, Weedon, 150; Wm., 140

Person, see Perisson

Persons, Fr. Rob., S.J., 174

Perytts, John, 222

Petherton, North (Som.), 61

Petty (Pettie), Chris. (fl. 17th cent.), 26; Geo., s. of John, writer and translator, 200; John (d. 1578), of Tetsworth, 200, 201; John (d. 1589), and his w. Eliz., 209; John (d. 1621), of Stoke Talmage, and his w., 201, 204; Mary, dau. of John, m. Jas. Ley, Earl of Marlborough (d. 1629), 200; Rebecca, m. John Ellis, R. of Wheatfield, 271; fam., 199, 201; arms of, 209

Petty-Fitzmaurice, Hen. Chas. Keith, 5th Mqss. of Landsdowne (d. 1927), 51

Peverel, Adelise, dau. of Wm., m. Ric. de Riviers, 83; Beatrice, see Scaccario; John, 103; Wm., Baron, 82, 92, 94; hon. of, 2, 92

Peyvre, Paulinus, 118

Phellip, Wm., Chamberlain of the Household, 218

Phelps, Thos., astronomer, 183, 197

Phillips, Abigail, dau. of Edw., m. Rob. Seywell, jnr., 126; Cath., 138; Edw., 126

Pickford, Jos., 144

Piddington, 153, 239

Pierrepoint, John, 194

Pigott, Bart., and his wid. Julia, 23, 40; Bart., the younger, 267; Bart., s. of Nic. (fl. 1626), 23, 25; Eliz., 40; Eliz, see Streatley; Isabel, 35; John, 25; Marg., 40; Nic. (d. by 1619), 25, 29, 40; Ric. (fl. 1523–4), 29, 35; Thos. (fl. 1459), V. of Aston, 36; fam., 22, 25, 29, 35, 36, 40, 267

Pigou, Francis, Cur. of Stoke Talmage, later Dean of Bristol, 208, 209

Pinner (Midx.), 20

Piper, John, painter and writer, 144, 176

Piron (Pirun), see Pyron

Pishill, Steph. of, 132, 134

Pishill, 128, 129, 130, 131–8, 142, 149, 154, 160, 165, 175, 177, 185, 186 n, 210, 211, 224, 231, 233, 236, 252, 256; adv., 134, 135, 136; appro. of, 134; benefice of, w. Nettlebed, 134–5; boundaries, 131; brick works, 131; chars., 138; ch. bldg., 137; ch. hist., 134–7, Curs., 135, 136; dom. arch., 131–2; ec. hist., 133–4; farms, 131; grenaweg, 131; incl., 161; inns, 131–2; mans., 132–3; med. man. ho. and chap., 131; P.N., 133; pop., 134; Prot. noncf., 137–8; rcty., 134, 135; rds., 131; Rom. Cathm., 174–5; schs., 138; Stanoranlege, 131; taxes, 134, 275; top., 131–2; Vs., 137; wds., 131; worthies, 132; and see Maidensgrove, Pishill Napper, Pishill Venables, Pishill with Stonor, Russell's Water

Pishill Napper, 131, 133, 177, 234; and see Pishill

Pishill Venables (lost hamlet), 131, 133, 147, 166; and see Pishill

Pishill with Stonor, 210; and see Pishill

Pitstone (Bucks.), man. of Pitstone Neyrnut in, 25

Plague, 20, 141, 142 n, 159, 235, 268

Plantagenet, Ric, Duke of York, 4, 59

Pleck, stream, 81

Plescy, de, Hugh (fl. 1285), 61; Hugh (fl. 1349), 185 n, 254, 259; Joan, see Sulham; John (d. 1380), formerly Lenveysy, and his wid. m. 2 Phil. de la Vache, 254; fam., 185, 220, 254

Plomer (Plomere), John, 179; Thos., of Oxf., 175

Plot, Dr. Rob., 44

Ploughley hundred, 27, 253, 254

Plowden, Sir Wm. C., 22, 32

Plumbridge ('Plumrugge'), in Ibstone (formerly in Lewknor), 2, 3, 5, 100, 107; and see Lewknor, passim

Plundered Ministers, Cttee. for, 195

Pockele, Geoff. de, 22

Pocock, John, 73; R. N., 21 n

Poffe, Folke, and his w., 78

Poitou (France), 148

Pol, Ralph de, 118; and see St. Pol, and Pole

Pole, Ralph, of Radboume, 151; Ralph, of Wakebridge, 151 n

Pole, de la, Alice, see Chaucer; Sir Edm. (fl. 1385), 8, 9, 93; Edm., Duke of Suffolk (d. 1570), 104; Eliz., see Moton; John (fl. 1316), 118, 121; John, Earl of Lincoln (d. 1487), 104; Kath., m. Rob. James, 9; Maud, see Sackville; Mic., Earl of Suffolk, 93; Pet. (fl. c. 1250), 65, 118; Wm., Earl of Suffolk (fl. 1438), 218; fam., 65, 104, 121, 174, 254; and see St. Pol and Pol

Pollard, John, R. of Wheatfield, 270, 271

Pomereia, Samson de la, 27

Poole, Sir Hen., 22

Pope, Thos., 3rd Earl of Downe, 179; fam., 222

Popes, see Clement, Eugenius, Innocent, John, Nicholas

Popham, Eliz., see Knoyle; John (fl. 1504), 61; Sir John (fl. 14th cent.), 60; and his w., see Zouche; Sir John (fl. 1459), 60; fam., 60; fam. of N. Petherton, 61; fee, 60, 61

Popham (Hants), 60

Pophley, John, 171; man. of, see Stokenchurch

Portways, in Pyrton, 138, 177

Postcombe, in Lewknor, 2, 5, 7, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 98, 100, 107, 109, 110, 111, 253, 255; char. 115; dom. arch., 99; fields, 105, 108; noncf., 114; pop., 99; sch., 115; and see Lewknor, passim

Postelcumbe, see Postcombe

Potter, John, Bp. of Oxford, 175

Powell, Edm., 156

Powell & Sons, Messrs. J. C., glasspainters and designers, 114

Powys, see Lybbe Powys

Préaux Abbey (Normandy, France), 237; Abbot of, 216, 219; est. of, in Watlington, 214, 215, 220, 224, 226, 227, 233, 234

Presbyterians, 40, 54, 198

Price, And. (d. 1851), R. of Britwell, 52, 54; Bart., R. of Holton, 207; Chas., V. of Watlington, 237; Rog., R. of King's Chap., Boston, U.S.A., 52

Prince, Mr.—, landowner of Hants, 221

Princes Risborough Rlwy. Co., see Watlington

Pronte, Wm., le, 47

Prosser, Jas., V. of Thame, 124

Pryce fam., of Worminghall (Bucks.), 35

Puleston, Rog., V. of Pyrton, 141, n, 171, 178

Pusemere (or Paskemer), Hugh de, 186

Pyrgo, in Havering (Essex), 267

Pyron (Piron, Pirun), Hugh (fl. c. 1115), 147, 156; Hugh (fl. c. 1225), 156; Sir Hugh (fl. 1260), and his w. Maud, 156; John, of Warpsgrove, 156; Laur., 156; Ric. (fl. 1187), 156; Ric. (fl. early 13th cent.), 156; Ric. (fl.c. 1250), 156; Ric. (fl.c. 1277), 156; Rob., s. of Sir Hugh, 156; fam., 156

Pyrton (Piritun), 10, 14, 46, 131, 148–78, 182, 189, 193, 201, 207, 208, 210, 211, 218, 220, 224, 236, 249, 271; adv., 169; bounds., 138–9; chars., 177; ch. bldg., 172–4; ch. hist; 168–72; chwdns.' accts., 170; Compt. cens., 174; crops, 164, 165; dom. arch., 140–1; ec. hist., 157–66; emigration, 168; farm hos., 139, 141; farm leases, 162, 164; farms, 165; field map, 163; fields, 162; freemen, 157; geol., 157; glebe, 169; Hollandridge (Herlinggerugge) Farm, 153; incl., 160, 161, 162, 165, 166; Knightsbridge Lane (Ruggewey), 139, 178; lesser ests., 155–6; man. ho., 140; man. services, 158; mans., 147–55, 253; P.N., 147 n, 157; pop., 157, 158, 159; produce, 161; Prot. noncf., 176; Readnora, 139 n, 157; Rcty., 140, 195; rcty., 169; Rom. Cathm., 174–6; schs., 176–7; sheep flocks, 161, 164; taxes, 159, 275; Vic., 140; vic., 169; Vcs., 169–71, 176; wds., 166; worthies, 144; and see Clare, Goldor, Portways, Pyrton Uphill, Standhill, Stonor (or Assendon)

Pyrton hundred, 2, 3, 5, 131, 154, 174, 192, 203, 220, 226, 234; ct. of, 188, 256

Pyrton Uphill, in Pyrton, 168, 177

Pytchley (Northants.), 265

Q

Quakers, see Friends, Soc. of

Quatremain (Quartermaine), Alice, 162; Chas., 126 n; Jeremy, 236; John (fl. 1585), 236; John (d. by 1614), 252; John (d. 1780), 126; Ralph, 204; Ric., 184, 186, 188; Thos., 141, 162, 199, 205; fam., 186, 236; farm, 162

Queen Anne's Bounty, 124, 135, 136, 194, 238, 240

Queen's Coll., the, Oxf., 253, 259; Chpl. of, see Fisher, London; Fellows of, 260, and see Birkhead; Prov. of, 260, and see Hotham

Quincy, de, Eleanor, wid. of Rog., m. 2 Rog. de Leyburne, 58, 60; Eliz., dau. of Rog. and Helen, m. Alex. Comyn, Earl of Buchan, 58; Helen or Ellen (d. 1206), dau. of Rog., m. Alan la Zouche, 58, 60; Marg., dau. of Rog. and Helen, m. Wm. de Ferrers, Earl of Derby (d. 1254), 58; Rob., s. of Saer (d. by 1219), 58; Rog., 3rd Earl of Winchester (d. 1264), 58, 60, 72, 117, 118, 119, 121, and his first w. Helen, 58; Saer, 1st Earl of Winchester (d. 1219) 58, 61, 63, 117

R

Radbourne (Derb.), 151

Radclive (Bucks.), 265

Radnage (Bucks.), 10

Ragland, Hierom, and his w. Anne, 197

Rainald son of Croc (fl. 1086), 62, 164

Rainere, Edwin, 100

Ralfe, see Rolles

Ralph, Steph. s. of, 132

Ralph the carter (or Ralph of Watcombe), 186

Ralph of Goldor, 152, and see Derneden

Ralph of Shirburn (fl. 1086), 183

Ralph of Shirburn (fl. 12th cent.), and his dau. Maud, 202

Ralph of Watcombe, see Ralph the carter

Ramsay (Ramsey), Adam, 61, 62, 77; Allan, painter, 183; Isabel, see Malyns

Ramsbury (Wilts.), 25

Rastell, Ric., R. of Emmington, 96

Rawlinson, Ric., antiquary, 37, 39, 97

Read, H., of Exeter, 77; Sewel, 164

Reade, John (fl. 1826), of Ipsden, 46, 47; Penelope Harriet (d. 1825), 46; Thos., of Uxmore, 46; fam., 46

Reading, Thos., 190

Reading (Berks.), 161, 173; abbey, 11; abbot of, 11, 14

Rebecca, J. B., architect, of London, 82

Rede, Agnes, see Cottesmore; Anne, wid. of Wm. Rede, m. 2 Wm. Gaynesford, 154; Cecilia, see Harlyngrugge; Christine, see James; Edm. (d. 1430) and his w. Christina (d. 1435), 9, 153; Sir Edm. (d. 1489), 9, 72, 153, 160, 169, 171; John (d. 1404), of Checkendon, 9, 153, 160 n; Kath., 154, and see Gaynesford; Kath., m. Thos. Dynham, 153; Leon., s. of Wm. (d. by 1552), 153; Thos., s. of Edm., 72; Wm. (fl. 1389), 160; Wm., s. of Sir Edm. (d. by 1489), 153; Wm. (d. 1527), 153; fam., 151, 160

Redland (or Red Lane) End, in Chinnor (lost hamlet), 55, 71

Reginald son of Jordan, and his w. Beatrice, 206 n; and see Wooburn, de

Relton, Jas., V. of Shirburn, 240, 244

Renshaw, Art., 213, 223; Lady Winifred, 223

Repingdon, Ph., Bp. of Lincoln, 110

Reve, fam., 233

Rewley Abbey, 200

Reynardson, Sir Abr., Ld. Mayor of London, 10 n; and see Birch Reynardson

Reynolds, Sir Joshua, painter, 265; Thos., V. of Aston Rowant, 37, 41

Rice, Sim., 255

Rich, Dan., 201

Richard II, King, 4, 25, 78, 154, 218

Richard, Earl of Cornwall, 3, 5, 8, 23, 83, 85, 103, 183, 200, 211, 213, 216, 217, 222, 225, 232, 233

Richard the clerk, of Watlington, and his dau. Agnes, 249

Richard the miller, Wm. s. of, 11

Richard of Dover, Abp. of Canterbury, 237

Richardson, John, 208

Rigby, John, R. of Adwell and of Ickford (Bucks.), 14

Risborough, Princes (Bucks.), 54, 55; Anabaptist meeting ho. at, 78; Chibnal est. in, 250; rd. from, 80

Riviers, de, Adelisa, see Peverel; Baldwin (d. 1216), 83; Baldwin (d. by 1252), Earl of Devon, 83; Baldwin, Earl of Devon, grds. of Marg., 83; Marg., see FitzGerold; Ric. (d. 1107), 83; Wm., Earl of Devon, 83; fam., 62

Rixon, yeo. fam., 31

Roadnight, Mr. R., 45, 50

Roald, Constable of Richmond (Yorks.), 20 n

Robert, a priest, 72

Robert le Parker, 223

Robert of Swynebroke and his w. Maud, 222

Robinson, Thos., 212

Rockall, Wm., 137

Rofford, Lower, in Chalgrove, 263

Roger, Constable of Chester, 169 n

Roger of Greenfield, 214

Rohant, Alan fitz, 27; Lady Eleanor, see Lovell; Eleanor (d. by 1369), dau. of Sir Rog., m. Thos. Champernowne, 21; Sir Rog. (fl. 1340), 21, 28; fam., 17, 18 n, 28

Roke, in Benson, 247

Roland, Sir Alan (d. after 1295), s. of, 21, 36, and his sons, see FitzAlan; Amfrey (fl. early 12th cent.), s. of, 20

Roland son of Alan (d. 1247), 21

Rolfe, Rob., 160; and see Rolles

Rolles (Ralfe, Rolfe), Ant., 255; Augustine, 255; Dot., see Marmion; John, yeo. of Horsefield (Glos.), 8 n, 10; Ric. (fl. 1583), 255; Ric. (d. 1633), 101, 108; Ric. (fl. 1648), 255; Rob., 149, 173; Thos. (d. 1606), 101; Thos. (d. 1689), 99, 101, 102; Thos. (d. 1725), 101; fam. of Lewknor, 99, 105, 112, 114, 255 n; fam. of S. Weston, 255

Roman Catholics, 15, 54, 78, 97, 114, 137, 174, 175, 176, 197, 209, 244, 245, 246, 273

Roman remains and roads, 64, 94, 98, 157, 157 n, 224

Romayn, le, Isabel (fl. 1292), 65; John, the miller (fl. 1303), 64, 65; John (fl. 1350), 66

Rookes, Margery, see Sackville; Thos. 93, 95

Ros, Lady Eleanor, see Beauchamp

Rose, Edw., 149 n; Hen., V. of Pyrton and Fellow of Lincoln Coll., Oxf., 144; Thos., 186

Rotherby (Leics.), 150 n

Rotherfield Greys, 2, 161, 179, 251

Rotherfield Peppard, 177

Rotherham, John, 22; Marg., m. —Willoughby, 22

de Rothschild, Nat. Mayer, Bt. (later cr. Ld. Rothschild), 250

Rousham, 59

Rowsse, John, and his w., 113

Ruck-Keene, Capt. C. E., 135; E. C., V. of Pishill, 135, 136, 137, 138, 230

Rudhall, C. I., bellfounder, 244

Rufford, John, bellfounder, 209

Runcorn (later Norton) Priory (Ches.), see Norton Priory

Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine of the Rhine, 45, 57

Rusden, Mr. —, of Wallingford, 246

Russell, fam. of Pishill, 131, 131 n

Russell's Water, in Pishill, 131, 138

Rutherford, Jas., noncf. min., 79, 80

Rutland (Rut.), 149 n

Rycote, Fulk de (fl. 1346), 220, 254, 254 n; Ld., see Norreys

Rycote, Great, in Haseley, 20, 179, 200, 254 n

Ryder, Frederica, see Skynner; Rt. Hon. Ric., 117, 118; Win., 252; char., 252; fam., 118, 122

Rye, Geo., Archd. of Oxf., Fellow of Oriel Coll., R. of Adwell, and of Islip, 14; Judith, m. John Clerke (d. 1683), 22

Ryston, Mr. —, landscape gardener, 181

S

Sabbatarians, see Baptists

Sackville (or Sackville, de), Alice, m. Reynald Malyns, 62; And. (d. c. 1290), and his w. Ermentrude, 92; And. (d. 1316), and his w. Joan, 91, 92; Sir And. (d. by 1369), 92, 93, 95; Sir And. (d. 1369), 92, 95; Edw. (d. 1450), 93, 95; Geoff. (d. by 1230), 92, 95; Humph. (d. 1488), 93, 95; Joan. see Beche; John, s. of Sir Ric., 96 and his w. Marg., see Boleyn; Jordan (d. 1136) and his w. Ela de Dene, 92, 93; Jordan (d. 1233), s. of Geoff., 92; Jordan (d. 1273), 91, 92; Margery, m. Thos. Rookes, 93; Maud (d. 1393), wid. of Sir And., m. 2 Sir Edm. de la Pole, 92, 93; Sir Ric. (d. 1524), 93, 96; Sir Ric. (d. 1566), Chane. of Ct. of Augmentations, and his w., m. 2 Mqss. of Winchester, 93, 96; Ric., s. of Sir Ric., 93, 96; Ric., 3rd Earl of Dorset, 96; Sir Thos., 1d. of Fawley, 62, 93, 95; Sir Thos., cr. Ld. Buckhurst and Mqss. of Dorset, 93, 96; Wm., 93 n; Winifred, see Bruges; fam. of Emmington, 92; fam. of Fawley, 93, 96; arms of, 97

Sackville, de (or Burgess), Alice, 92; Thos., of Buckhurst (Suss.), 92, 93

Sacred Heart, Priests of the Order of the, 175

Sadler, fam., 222

St. Albans (Herts.), abbey of, 23, 35, 72

St. Edmund Hall, Oxf., 273

St. George, ch. of, see Oxford Castle

St. George's Chap., Windsor (Berks.), 74, 149 n, 160, 161; canon of, see Giles; Dean and Chapter of, 13, 148 n, 149, 165, 166, 173, 230

St. George's Coll., Windsor (Berks.), 36 n, 74

St. Helen, de, Beatrice, m. Sir Giles de Braose, 83; Sir John, 1d. of Long Wittenham (Berks.), 17, 83, 88

St. Helen (or Elene), see Aston Rowant

St. John, de, John, 200; Master Sim., R. of Lewknor, 109

St. John of Jerusalem, Order of, see Hospitallers

St. Mary de Moor, chap. of, see Ackhampstead

St. Mary-le-Moor, ch. of, in Cadmore End (Bucks.), 112

St. Philibert, de, Euphemia, see Sulham; Hugh (fl. 1249), 8; Hugh (d. by 1279), 9; Hugh (d. 1304), 8, 9, 11, 45, 61; John (d. 1333), 9, 13; Sir John (d. 1358), Mayor of Bordeaux, 9, 46 n; fam., 8, 46 n, 50; man., 11

St. Pol, John de, 118

St. Valery, de, Bern., 200; Reynold, 200; Thos., 193, 200; fam., 200

St. Valery, hon. of, 4 n, 183, 186, 188, 192, 200

Sale, Chas. Vincent, 22; John and his w. Mary, 46

Saleye, Joan de, 221

Salisbury, Earl of, and his wid., see Montague; Edw. of (fl. 1086), 63, 64

Sallet, Alice, 161

Salley, Thos., 133, 134

Salter, H. E., V. of Shirburn and antiquary, 195; John, V. of Aston Rowant, 36

Sampford Peverell (Devon), 246

Sampson, Prior of Wallingford, 72

Samwell, Art., 113; Frances, 113

Sanderson, John, architect, 181

Sandford on Thames, 156

Sandford Preceptory, see Templar

Sandwich (Kent), 154n

Sandwych (Sandwich), Lawr. de, 203; fam., 202

Sandys, Sam., 1st Baron Sandys, 265; for his w., see Tipping

Sans Aver, Hugh, see Mare; Isabel, see Vernon; Ralph, 58

Sapey, de, John, of Sapey (Herefs.), 59 n; Maud, 59; Rob., and his w. Aline, 58, 59, 92; Wm., nephew of Rob., 59; fam., 57, 59; arms of, 77

Saunders, S. C., V. of Watlington, 240, 241, 243

Saunderton (Bucks.), 123

Savage, Hen., 121; Rob., R. of Lewknor, 109; fam., 65, 121

Says, Isabel, 102 n

Scaccario, de, Beatrice, m. John Peverel, 105; Elias (fl. c. 1164), 105 n; Elias (fl. 1279), 104; Hen. (fl. 1219), 103; Laura, m. Wm. Payforer, 105; Laur. (d. 1217), 105; Laur. (d. 1284), 100, 104, 105, 107, 158; Maud, sis. of Sim., 105; Petronilla, wid. of Sim., 103; Rog. (d. 1271), 105, 110 n; Sim. (d. 1291), 105; fam., 100, 104, 105

Scheemakers, P., sculptor, 272

Schenholte, Hen. de, 65

Scobell, Geo., Cur. of Pishill, 136

Scoles, John, 108, 191, 196; Wm. (fl. 1642), 108; Wm. (fl. 1843), 191, 193; wid. —, 197; fams., of Lewknor, 114, and of Shirburn, 114, 191, 197

Scot, John le, Earl of Chester, 147

Scotland, 92

Scott, Sir G. G., architect, 209; Master John, 238

Scrope, Adrian (fl. 1595), 166; Adrian, regicide, 2, 114; John (d. 1752), Secy. of the Treasury, 113, 228 n; Sir Rob., 190; fam. of Wormsley, 2n, 104

Sculptors, see Bazzanti, Boehm, Denman, Gill, Hopper, Scheemakers

Secker, Thos., Bp. of Oxford, 239, 242

Second World War, 19, 70, 113, 173, 231, 258, 259

Segrave, de, Gil., s. of Steph., 63, 63 n; Nic. (fl. 1279), 63; Steph. (d. 1241), 63; fam., 63

Sessuns, Riulf de, 20

Seventh Day Baptists, see Baptists

Sewaly of Stoke, 201

Sewell, Edw., and his wife, 124

Seymour, Thos., Duke of Somerset and Ld. Protector, 21

Seymour Green, in Watlington, 213, 214; common of, 230, 231

Seyres, Fr. Andrél, 175

Seywell, Abigail, see Phillips; Rob., jnr., 126

Shaen Carter, Maria, see Tilson; Thos. F., 223

Shepheard, Mr. —, R.C. priest, 170

Shepherd, fam., 245

Sherborne (Dors.), 182

Sherburn-in-Elmet (Yorks.), 182

Sheriff Hutton (Yorks.), castle of, 179

Sherman, Mildred, m. Ralph Francis Julian Stonor, 155; fam., of Newport, Rhode Island (U.S.A.), 155

Shiplake, 177

Shirburn, Alfred of (fl. 1139), 185, and see Brokepenny; Geoff. (fl. c. 1180), priest of, 194; Iterus (fl. 12th cent.), priest of, 194; Ralph of (fl. 1086), 183; Ralph of (fl. 12th cent.), and his dau. Maud, 202; Wm. of, 186

Shirburn, 5, 46, 51, 98, 100, 133, 134, 139, 155, 162, 168, 169, 177, 178–98, 198, 228, 237, 249, 253, 254, 264, 267; adv., 193; boundaries, 178; castle, 178–81, 190, 195, 197, 229; castle library, 183; castle observatory, 181, 183; castle park, 178, 181; chars., 197; ch. bldg., 195–7; ch. hist., 193–5; Civ. War at, 182, 190; dom. arch., 178–82; East, 179, 183, 188, 190; ec. hist., 187–91; farms, 189, 190; field system, 189; freeholders, 188; glebe, 194; incl., 161, 189, 190; lesser ests., 186; Lodge, 182; mans., 183–6; man. cts., 192; map, 180; med. vill., 178; mill, 186; Model Farm, 191; par. govt., 192–3; par. rates, 192; peasant charters, 188; pop., 181, 182, 187, 188, 189; Prot. noncf., 197–8; rcty., 193–4; rds., 178; Rom. Cathm., 197; sch., 182, 198; taxes, 188, 189, 275; top., 178–83; West, man., 185, and man. ho., 178–9; West Lodge, in, 182; Vic., 140, 194; Vs. of, 194–5; wds., 178, 183, 191, 192; worthies, 182–3; yeo. fams., 190

Shotover, 14

Shotteswell (Warws.), 260

Shrewsbury, Marg., Ctss. of, see Beauchamp

Shurfield, Cath., 142; fam., 175

Siarey, I. (fl. 1794), builder, 17; Messrs. W. H., & Son, Ltd., builders and contractors, of Chinnor, 71

Sibley, John, 233

Silvanus, Wm., 152

Silver Sons & Filewood, 39, 39n

Simeon, Anne, see Molyns; Sir Edw. (d. 1768), 6, 221, 244; Sir Geo. (fl. 1611), s. of John, 155, 221, 236, 244; Sir Geo. (d. 1665), 201; Sir Jas. (d. 1707), 48, 49, 221; John (fl. 1600), of Britwell Baldwin, 201, 220, 221, 224, 236; Sir John (d. 1654), s. of John, 221, 228, 236; Marg., see Molyneux; Marg., dau. of Sir Jas., m. — Weld, 221; Lady —, 216 n; fam., 48, 49, 52, 54, 201, 216, 221, 228, 244; and see Simeon (later Weld)

Simeon (later Weld), Thos. (d. by 1771), 221, 222

Simon (fl. c. 1200), R. of Wheatfield, 271

Simons, Thos., glazier, 38; Mr. —(fl. 1680), 174; and see Symeon

Skeeler, Francis, s. of Thos., 113; Thos., V. of Lewknor and his w. Jane, 98, 111, 113

Skilbeck, C. O., of Bledlow, 243

Skinner, Ralph, V. of Aston, 36

Skull, Marg., see Beauchamp; Sir Wal., 254

Skydmore, Ralph, 84

Skyle, Sim., Chpl. of Sydenham, 124; Wm., priest of Sydenham, 124

Skynner, Frederica, m. Rt. Hon. Ric. Ryder, 118; Sir John, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 118

Slater, Dr. Dan., V. of Lewknor, 111; Ric., 123; Wm., 249

Slatter, Mr. —, builder, 90

Slemaker, Wm., 144

Smart, Master John, 238

Smith, Emily Jane, 54; Admiral Geo. Wal., 54; John (d. 1888), 54; John, Apsley (d. 1894), 54; Reg. John, K.C., 54; Ric. (fl. 1608), 224; Thos., of Sydenham, 125; Col. Wm. Apsley, 54; Misses —, of Britwell Ho., 45; Mrs. —, of Britwell Ho., 55; fam., 54

Smith & Son, clockmakers, of Derby, 243

Smith, Nicholas the, 27

Smythe, Sir Seb., dau. of, 52 n

Snappe, Eliz., m. John Pettie (d. 1589), 209; arms, 209

Snow, Revd. A. E., 244

Somerset, Duke of, see Seymour

Sonning (Berks.), 199, 201, 207

Southwood, Rob., London mercer, 161

Spencer, Aubrey John (d. 1935), 267, 273; Lt.-Col. Aubrey Vere, 206, 265, 267, 271; Chas., 3rd Duke of Marlborough, 263, 264, 267; Ld. Chas. (d. 1820), 153, 206, 263, 264, 265, 267, 271, 272, 273; Chas. Vere (d. 1898), R. of Wheatfield, 153, 258, 263, 267, 270, 272, 273; Emma Frederica (d. 1907), 272; Revd. Fred. Chas. (d. 1831), R. of Wheatfield, 265, 266, 267, 270, 272; Geo., 4th Duke of Marlborough, and his dau. Lady Eliz., m. the Hon. John Spencer, 265, 267, 272; Geo. John (d. 1820), 272; Geo. (fl. 1838), 270; John (d. 1831), s. of Ld. Chas., 153, 265, 267, 272; Mary Ann, see Bernard-Morland; Vere (fl. 1848), 208, 270; Sir Wm. (d. 1609), 37; fam., 267 n, 271, 272; arms, 272

Spini (Italy), merchants of the, 83

Spire, John, 49

Sprigg's Alley (or Alliver's Alley, or Sprigg's Holly), in Chinnor, 55, 57, 68, 69, 70, 71, 76, 79, 91

Spyer, Miss M. K. (fl. 1891), 249; Miss — (d. 1944), 45; fam. of Britwell Salome, 45

Spynell, John, and his w. Marg., 112

Spythurst, Wm., 224

Stacy, John (fl. 1590), 223; John (fl. 1634), 223

Stadhampton, 10

Stafford, Alice, sis. of Wm., m. 2 Wal. Talboys, 84; Anne, see Woodstock; Avice (d. 1457), dau. of Ric., m. Jas. Butler, Earl of Ormond and Wilts, (d. 1461), 84; Edm., Earl of (d. 1403), 149, 149 n; Eliz., see Aumarle; Hen., 2nd Duke of Buckingham, 81, 154; Sir Humph. (d. 1413), 83, 84; Sir Humph, (d. 1442), 83, 84; Humph, (d. 1461), s. of John, 84; Humph, (d. 1469), cr. Earl of Devon, 84; John, s. of Sir Humph, (d. 1442), 84; John, Abp. of Canterbury, 83; Ric., s. of Sir Humph, (d. 1442), 84; Wm. (fl. 15th cent.), 84; Wm. (fl. 17th cent.), 41; fam., 81, 88

Stammers, Aileen, 39

Stanbridge man., in Leighton Buzzard (Beds.), 184

Standhill, in Pyrton, 129 n, 138, 139, 141, 147, 153, 156, 157, 158, 165, 166, 167; depopulation of, 159, 171; fee, 148, 149; inch., 160; Lower, farm at, 141; man., 149, 152–4; med. chap., 168, 171; plague at, 159; Upper, farm at, 141; and see Pyrton, passim

Standish-with-Langtree (Lancs.), 22

Stanora, see Stonor

Stanton St. John, 200

Stanyern, Chris., R. of Adwell, 14

Stennett, Edw., 246; fam., 246

Stephen, King, 20, 45, 182, 217, 236

Stephen of Pishill, 132, 134

Stephen son of Ralph, 132

Stephens, Thos., 68; fam., 34

Stevens, Edw., R. of Bledlow, 60, 61; Hen., yeo. of Bledlow, 60; Hen. (fl. 1642), 189, 220 n; Jas., s. of Edw., V. of Bledlow, 61; John, 189; Rob., of Chinnor, 59; Thos. (fl. 1669), 114; Thos. (fl. 1714), 46; Wm. (fl. 16th cent.), 256, 257; Wm. (d. 1714), 39; fam., 59 n, 66, 121, 121 n, 189, 191, 255, 256; of Britwell Salome, ironfounders, 50

Stevenson, Wm., Cur. of Sydenham and V. of Bledlow, 124, 125

Stigand, Abp. of Canterbury, former Bp. of Winchester, 20, 147, 157

Stoches, see Stoke

Stoke, de, Lawr., 203; Rob., 203; fam., 202

Stoke Bishop, in Westbury-on-Trym (Glos.), 10

Stoke Marmion, in Checkendon, 9

Stoke, North, 155, 177

Stoke, South, 52

Stoke Talmage, 7, 171, 178, 183, 185 n, 186, 189, 192, 198–210, 256, 258, 260, 263, 268, 270, 271, 272, 273; adv., 206; chars., 210; ch. bldg., 208–9; ch. hist., 206–8; Cistercian grange, 203; Compt. cens., 206, 209 n; crops, 205, 206; dom. arch., 199; ec. hist., 202–6; field system, 204; geol., 202; Gilton (or Gyldon) Hill, 198; glebe, 207; Grange Farm, 199, 204, 205, 206; incl., 199, 203, 205, 206; inn 'The Red Lion', 199; man. ho. (Place Ho.), 199; Manor or Stoke Farm, 199, 204, 205; mans., 200–2; noncf., 209; P.N., 200; Poppet's Hill, 198; pop., 203, 205; rds., 198; Rs., 207–8; Rcty., 199, 208; rcty., 206–7; schs., 209–10; taxes, 203, 204, 275; tithes, 207; top., 198–200; worthies, 200; yeo. fams., 203

Stokenchurch (now in Bucks.), in Aston Rowant, 1, 2, 5, 6, 16, 21, 22, 27, 34, 80, 98, 104, 107, 112, 115; benefice of, 38; brick kiln, 33; chpry., 35, 37; ch. hist., 36, 37–38, 104; division of Ewelme hon., 34; man., 23; Pophley's man. in, 8, 10; and see Beacon's Bottom, Chequers, Water End, Wormsley

Stone, Carleton (d. 1708), 24; Cath., see Carleton; Dot., dau. of Ric., 24; Frances, see Lowe; Isaac, builder, of Thame, 38; Joan, 154; John (fl. 1634), 23; John (fl. 1692), s. of Ric., 24, 49; John (d. 1732), 24; Ric. (d. 1661), 23; Rob., 257, 261, 262; Wm. Francis (fl. 1830), 34, 35; Mr. — (fl. 17th cent.), of Brightwell Baldwin, 49; and see LowndesStone; fam., of S. Weston, 258 n

Stonill, Hannah, see Chapman; Thos., 247

Stonor, Agnes, see Winnard; Alice, wid. of Sir Thos. i. m. 2 Sir Ric. Drayton, 172; Lady Anne (d. 1518), 170; Anne, see Nevill; Anne m. Sir Adrian Fortescue, 154, 197; Anne (fl. 1706), 175; Lady Cecily (d. c. 1600), see Chamberlain; Chas. (d. 1781), 155; Sir Edm. (d. 1382), 154, 219; Edm. (fl. 1536), 161, 223; Eliz., see Croke; Eliz., dau. of Sir Wal., 155; Eliz., see Lake; Eliz., see Neville; Frances (d. 1808), wid. of Geo. Cary, 137; Sir Francis (d. 1564), 155, 160, 174; Sir Francis (d. 1625), 134, 155, 166, 174, 177, 223; Francis (d. 1652), 155; Francis (d. 1881), 155; Francis Rob., 4th Baron Camoys, 50, 134, 135, 138, 155, 166; Gil. (d. 1396), 154; Hen., s. of Sir Francis (d. 1625), 134; Jane, w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1474), 176; Hon. Mrs. Jeanne, 176; Joan, wid. of Sir Ralph, m. 2 Edm. Hampden, 219, 221; Sir John i (d. 1354), Chief Justice, 19, 133, 154, 175, 202, 218, 219, 221, 227; and his w., 219; and his 2 daus., 179; Sir John ii (d. 1361), 154, 159, 219; John iii (d. 1383), 154; Sir John iv (d. 1390), 219; John v (d. 1498), s. of Sir Wm., 154; John (fl. 1550), of N. Stoke, 155; John vi (d. 1626), s. of Lady Cecily, 174; John vii (d. 1687), 155, 174; Bp. John Talbot (d. 1756), 175, 213 n, 245; Julia (d. 1950), m. Marquis d'Hautpoul, 137; Marg., see Harnhill; Lady Martha, w. of Sir Francis, 174; Mary, see Biddulph; Mary, see Blount; Mary, m. John Barantyne, 63; Mildred, see Sherman; Sir Ralph (d. 1394), 133, 154, 219, 221; Ralph Francis Julian, 5th Baron Camoys, 133; Ric. (fl. 1241), 154, 155; Ric. (fl. 1279), 134, 147, 154, 159, 226; Ric. (d. 1314), 154, 243; Maj. the Hon. Sherman, 133, 155; Thos. i. (d. 1431), M.P., 59, 142 n, 154, 155, 177, 219, 222 n; Sir Thos. ii (d. 1474), 154, 170, 172, 175; Thos. iii (d. 1494), 194; Thos. iv (d. 1512), 133, 154, 160, 161, 176; Thos. v, s. of Sir Francis, 166; Thos. vi (fl. 1654), 174, 239, 244, 245, 247; Thos. vii (d. 1683), 155, 197, 212, 213; Thos. viii (d. 1724), 131 n, 134, 135, 136, 155, 166, 175, 220; Thos. ix (d. 1772), 137, 155, 232, 236; Thos. x (d. 1831), 135, 155, 166, 167, 169, 176, 231; Thos. xi, 3rd Baron Camoys, 141, 155; Sir Wal. (d. 1550), 154, 155, 160, 161, 174, 238; Sir Wm. i (d. 1494), 6, 63, 153, 154, 161, 169, 174, 224; Wm. ii. (d. 1645), 174; Wm. iii (d. 1651), 155, 174, 213, 223; Winifred (fl. 1706), 175; fam., 131, 135, 154, 171, 213, 214, 216, 228, 230, 234, 239; arms, 176, 243; letters, 161; and see Stuart, Chas. Edw.

Stonor, in Pyrton, 142, 157; and see Assendon, Upper

Stonor Park, 131, 139, 142–7, 168, 174, 175, 176, 177, 179; chap., 170, 172, 175, 176

Stopes, Chris., 50; Jas, (fl. 1621), 88; Jas., R. of Britwell (1671–5), 50, 52; Jas., R. of Britwell (1675–1706), and R. of S. Stoke, 44, 52; Jas. (d. 1734), R. of Britwell, and later of Britwell Baldwin, 46, 50, 52, 53; Jas., R. of Britwell (1745–77), and Mary, his w., 50, 52, 53; John (d. 1668), R. of Crowell, 89, 90; John (fl. 1780), 49, 50; Rebecca, 90, 91; Miss — (fl. 1808), 54; fam., 45, 48, 50, 52

Stowell (Glos.), 177

Strangeways, Eleanor, see Talboys; Giles, s. of Hen., 84; Hen., 84; Thos., 84

Streatley, Edm. (b. 1372), 266; Edm. (d. by 1568), 266, 267, 270, 273; Eliz., m. Bart. Piggott (fl. 1571), 267; Geo., 267, 269; Hugh (d. by 1390), 266; Joan, see Whitfield; Master John (fl. 1362), Dean of Lincoln, 266; John (fl. 1455), 266; John (d. 1515), 266, 268, 269; John (d. by 1568), 266, 267; Marg., m. 1 Ric. Lee, 2 Wm. Chamberlain, 267; Thos. (d. 1479), 266; Thos. (fl. 1479), 266; fam., 270; fams. of Wheatfield and Creslow (Bucks.), 266

Street, G. E., architect, 53, 77, 80, 172 n, 209, 261

Strickland, Dr. Jos., 175

Stringer, Mary, see Nash; Mr., apothecary, 168

Stuart, Chas. Edw., the Young Pretender, or 'Mr. Stonor', 174

Stubbs, Geo., painter, 144

Studdridge, in Lewknor, 2, 5, 28, 98, 100, 107, 108, 115; and see Lewknor

Sueter, Capt. —, 238

Suffolk, Dchss. of, see Chaucer; Duke of, see Brandon; Earl of, see Pole

Sule, John, 124; Rob., 124

Sulham, de, Aumary i (d. by 1130), 8, 45, 47; Aumary ii (d. 1186), 8; Aumary iii FitzRobert (d. by 1242), 8, 11, 47, 50, 61, 63, 71; Euphemia, w. of Aumary iii, 9, 61; Euphemia, dau. of John, m. Hugh de St. Philibert, 9; Joan, wid. of John, m. 2 Hugh de Plescy, 9, 61; John (d. by 1279), 8, 9, 45, 61; Philippa, dau. of John, m. Ric. de la Hyde, 9; Ralph, s. of Aumary i, 8, 45; Rob., s. of Aumary i, 8; Rob. (d. by 1211), 8; Wm. (fl. 1104), 8, 45; Wm. (d. by 1250), 8; fam. of Chesterton, 8 n; of Sulham, 8, 8 n, 44, 45, 47, 50, 61, 63, 74; and see Wm. of Sulham

Sulham (Berks.), 8, 45

Sulston, John, 87

Sunley Bank, in Chinnor, 71, 72

Surrey, county, 21

Sussex, county, 92

Sutton, de, Maud, see Beaumont; Oliver, Bp. of Lincoln, 110; Rob., R. of Crowell (1361–1416), 89; Wm. (fl. 13th cent.), 150

Sutton Courtney (Berks.), Sutton Wick est. in, 194

Swaine, Mary, 80

Swallowfield (Berks.), 230

Swan, Abr., carpenter, 213

Swerford, 61

Swinburne, Ric. (d. 1640), 12; Ric., a weaver, 12

Swineshead (Lines.), John, parson of, 148 n

Swyncombe, 43, 135, 136, 214, 222, 237, 239

Swynebrook, de, Maud, m. Wm. de la Ho, 219; Rob., and his w. Maud, 219, 222

Sybil (fl. ante 1279), 47

Sydenham, 2, 2 n, 5, 6, 17, 58, 64, 65, 66, 94, 116–27; chpry., 116; chaps., 117, 126; chars., 127; ch. hist., 123–5; Compt. cens., 121; crops, 122; dom. arch., 116–17; ec. hist., 119–23; emigration, 123; farm hos., 116–17; farms, 122; fees, Abbot's, see Sydenham Grange, and Poole's (or Poly's), 58 n, 118n; field system, 122; geol., 116; Grange (or Abbot's Fee), 118, 121, 122, 123; incl., 121, 122; inns, 123; lacemaking, 123; mans., 117–19; map, 120; mill, 116, 117, 123; occs., 123; P.N., 119; pop., 119, 121, 123; poverty, 123; Prot. noncf., 97, 126; Reading Room, 125; rds., 116; schs., 97, 117, 125, 126–7; Sydenham Stert, depopulated hamlet, 116; taxes, 116, 121, 274; top., 116–17; Vic., 117, 125; Vs., 125; wds., 116, 119; yeo. fams., 121–2

Sydney, John, 197

Syfrewast, Eliz., m. John Mautravers (d. by 1354), 83; Rob., and his w. Joan, 83

Symeon, Edm. (d. 1567), yeo. of Pyrton, 149, 160, 166; Edm. (d. 1622), 10, 140, 149, 150, 201; Edm. (d. 1651), 149, 150, 162, 178, 190, 218, 223; Eliz., m. John Hampden, 140, 150; Francis (d. 1580), 149; Francis (d. 1606), 160; Isabel, see Morley; John, of Lewknor (fl. 1524), 108 n; John (d. 1617), yeo., 149; John (d. by 1428), 102, 105, 160 n; Marg., m. Chris. Betham, 10; Ric. (fl. 1571), 140, 164; Sir Rob. (fl. 1374), and his w. Isabel, 102, 103; Rob., s. of Sir Rob., 102; Rob. (fl. 1515), 160; Thos. (d. 1522), and Marg. his w., 149, 160, 173; fam. of Lewknor, 102, 105; fam. of Pyrton, 149, 160, 166, 173, 174

Symonds-Jeune, J. F., of Watlington Park, 212, 213, 223

Syresfield, John of, 222; Rob. de 226; Wal., s. of John of, 222

Syresfield, in Watlington (lost hamlet), 129 n, 213, 214, 216, 222, 225, 233, 234

Syresmerefield, see Seymour Green

T

Taillard, Avice, m. Ric. Talemasch, 200; Ric., 200

Tailor, John the, 66

Talboys, Alice, see Stafford; Eleanor, m. Thos. Strangeways, 84

Talemasch, Avice, see Taillard; Hugh (fl. 1086), 200; Hugh (fl. 12th cent.), 200; Maud, see Chevauchesul; Pet. (d. by 1181), s. of Hugh, 200, 202, 203; Pet. (d. by 1241), 200, 201, 202, 206, 207; Ralph (d. by 1224), and his wid., 198; Ralph (d. by 1261), 202; Ralph (fl. 1279), s. of Ric., 200, 203; Ric. (d. by 1205), s. of Pet., 200; Rob., s. of Hugh, 200; Thos., s. of Ralph, 202; Wm., s. of Hugh, 200; Wm. (fl. 1261), s. of Pet. (d. by 1241), 201, 207; fam. of Oxon., 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 206; fam. of Suffolk, 201 n; and see Hugh, of Stoke Talmage

Tappin, John, 224

Taverner, Rob. (fl. 1545), 134, 186; Rog. (fl. 1545), 134, 186

Taylor, G. W., R.M., 173; John (fl. 1665), 199, 204; John, jnr. (d. 1696), and his s., 205; Hen., R. of Wheatfield, 266, 271; Martha, 124; Ralph (fl. 1697), 199; Ric. (fl. 1790), 118 n; Thos. (d. 1889), 18 n, 22, 32, 222; Wm., 197

Tempest, Anne (fl. 1620), m. Rob. Belson, 40

Templar, Order of Knights, Master of, 156; and see Aumary; Preceptory of Cowley, and of Sandford, 156, prop. of, 156, 158, 165, 202, 204

Terfoot, Hen., V. of Pyrton and Canon of Norton, 170

Tetsworth, 1, 26, 48, 121, 123, 139, 208, 263; chapry. of Thame, 123; ch. services, 14; noncf., 40, 114; prop. in, 153, 200, 202; schs., 16, 210, 273; Wheatfield glebe in, 271

'Teutonicus', see Tyeys

Tewkesbury (Glos.), 246

Thame, 37, 89, 111, 192, 198, 199, 263, 269; adv., 123; almshos., 118; burgages at, 62; chaps., 123; ch., 244; Civ. War at, 20, 182; French prisoners of war at, 264; market, 95, 123, 132; miller of, 224; noncf., 41, 79, 126; Park, 24, 60, 82, 93, 116, 118; rds. to, 55, 91, 95, 98, 141; secondary mod. sch., 80, 210, station, 95 n; Vs. of, 122, 123, 124, 125

Thame, peculiar of, 123, 124; Preb. of, 123, 124

Thame, riv., 7, 16, 55, 84, 99, 178

Thame Abbey, 121, 200, 206, 266, 271; abbots of, 58, 65, 116, 117, 118, 199, 202, and see King; lay bro. of, 200; monks of, 116, 119; prop. of, in Kingston, 26, in S. Stoke, 199, 202, 203, 206, 268 n, in Sydenham, 116, 119, 121, in Thame, 118, 122, in Wheatfield, 269

Thame Poor Law Union, 193, 257

Thames, riv., 131, 139, 224

Thealby, de (or Coleby), fam. of, 153 n

Thenford (Northants.), 20, 21

Theobald, Abp. of Canterbury, 236

Thespiae (Beotia, Greece), Bp. of, see Stonor

Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, 182

Thomas of Lancaster, 184

Thomley, in Waterperry, 267

Thompson, John, 17; Wm., R. of S. Weston, 260

Thornby, Sam., R. of Stoke Talmage, 208

Thornehill, Frances, see Cole; Ric., 39; fam., 39

Thorneycroft, Edw. 73, Eliz., see Nelson

Thornhill, Sir John, painter, 77; fam., of Adwell, 13

Thorp, Jas., architect, 176

Thous, Ric. le, see Turs

Thurburn, M.B., V. of Lewknor, 114

Thurs, Ric. le, Sheriff of Oxon., see Turs

Tichburne, Marg., see Molyns; Martin, 220

Tilden, Phil., architect, 214

Tilson, Chris., 73; Geo. (fl. early 18th cent.), Under Sec. of State, 244; Geo. (d. 1795), 244; John (d. 1779), and his w., 51 n, 73 n, 213, 223, 244; John (fl. 1815), of Watlington Park, 231, 240, 244; John Hen. (d. 1837), 223, 229, 236, 244; Maria, m. Thos. F. Shaen Carter (d. 1875), 223; Mrs. — (fl. c. 1801), of Watlington Park, 249; fam., 214, 216, 229, 235, 237, and see Chowne; ests., 228 n

Tilsworth (Beds.), man. of, 184

Tipperary, county (Ireland), 213

Tipping, Dame Alice, 247; Dame Anne, 272; Lady Dot., 263, 269; Dame Eliz., 272; Sir Geo. (d. 1627), and his w., 192, 265, 267, 273; Geo. (d. 1715), 102, 272; John, 267; Mary, m. John, Ld. Brereton, 272; Thos. (d. 1601), 267, 270; Sir Thos., M.P. (d. 1694), 101, 102, 106, 141, 152, 162, 263, 265, 269, 271, 272, 273, and his w. Eliz. (d. 1698), 265, 267, and his dau.—, m. Sir Sam. Sandys, Bt., 265; Sir Thos., Bt., M.P. (d. 1718), 152, 263, 267, 272; Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1726), 267, 272; Wm., of Merton, 267; Wm. (d. 1729), and his w. Eliz. (d. 1725), 272; Wm. ('Eternity'), 265, 273; fam., 192, 248, 263, 265, 267, 269, 271, 272, 273; arms, 263; Berks, and Bucks, mans, of, 267

Tipson, Dan., 199, 205

Tiptoft, Alice, 102 n

Tobias, Thos., 247

Toddington (Beds.). 118; Herne man. in, 118

Todkill, Ric., 176 n

Tollit, H. J., architect, 90, 243

Tomlinson, J., clockmaker, 38; Thos., R. of S. Weston, 261

Toovey, Eliz. (d. by 1797), w. of Thos. Toovey, m. 2 John Laydall, 46; John (fl. 1633), 46 n, 221; John (fl. 1676), 46 n, 221, 228; John (d. c. 1720), of Swyncombe, 221, 228; John (fl. 1720), 221; John (d. 1761), 221; Kath., dau. of John (d. 1761), m. John Hine, 221; Pet. (fl. 1665), 228; Ric. (fl. 1754), 183, 228; Sam. (d. 1712), and his w. Mary, 192, 196, 228; Sam. (fl. 1754), 179, 181, 183, 190, 191; Sampson (d. 1626), 228 n; Sampson (fl. 1690), 193, 221, 228; Thos., V. of Watlington, 238, 239, 240, 242; Thos. (d. 1719), s. of Revd. Thos., 244; Thos. (d. 1741), 191, 196; Wm. (fl. 1720), 221; Wm. (fl. 1811), 247 n; fam., 181, 191, 214, 216, 221 n, 228, 233, 235, 239, 246

Torr Abbey (Torquary, Devon), 137

Torrington, Ld., see Byng

Torrynton, Wm., 232

Tovi (or Novitovi), ld. of Ibstone (fl. 11th cent.), 3, 100

Towersey (Northants.), 216

Towersey (Bucks.), 23, 55, 61, 63, 91, 116, 123, 126

Towney, Ralph, 242

Towton, battle of, 59, 84

Treacher, Mrs. —, schoolmistress of Waltington, 248

Treasury, Secretary of the, see Scrope

Trompeton (Trumpington), John, and his w., 113; arms, 113

Tucker, Jos., 205

Tudor, Kath., see Valois; Owen, 149

Turner, J. S., 77; Sam., 31, 35, 70; Wm. (fl. 17th cent.), 41; Wm. (d. 1797), 78

Turpin, Wm., 186

Turs (De Tus, Le Tus, Thurs, Turri), de, Agnes, 202; Avice, m. Rog. de la Hyde, 202; Ric., Sheriff of Oxon., 202; fam., 202; fee, 202, 203

Turville Heath (Bucks.), 150, 246, 249

Tyeys, le, Alice (d. 1347), wid. of Warin de Lisle, 184; Hen. (fl. c. 1237), 179, 183; Sir Hen. (or Teutonicus) (d. by 1282), 183; Sir Hen., later Ld. Tyeys (d. 1307), 183, 189 n; Sir Hen., 2nd Ld. Tyeys, Keeper of Oxf. city (d. 1322), 182, 184, 188; Hen. (formerly de Lisle), 184, 186; Waleran (Teutonicus), 83; fam., 62, 183

Tyrrel, Rob., 220

Tythrop, in Kingsey (Bucks.), 2, 2 n, 5, 6, 23; Ho., 93

U

Unton, Alex., 21; Ann, m. Valentine Knightley, 22; Cecily (d. 1618), dau. of Sir Edw., m. 1 John Wentworth, 2 Sir Edw. Hobbee, 22, 39; Dot., see Wroughton; Sir Edw. (d. by 1582), 21, 39; Col. Edw. (d. c. 1589), 21; Hen. (d. 1596), 21, 22, 23; Kath., see Hastings; Sir Thos., 21; fam., 21, 103

Up Hill, in Chinnor (lost hamlet), 55

Upper Copcourt, in Lewknor, see Nethercote

V

Vaal, John le, 271

Vache, Phil. (fl. 1390), de le, 254; and for his w., see Plescy

Valoignes, Geoff. de, 148

Valois, Kath. de, wid. of King Hen. V, m. 2 Owen Tudor, 149; and see Katherine, Queen

Van Aersen, Isabella, Lady Nassau, 213

Vaughan, Dav. Jevan, V. of Shirburn, 194

Vaux, Lady, 144

Vavasour, Alice, see Knoyle; Thos., of Fisherton de la Mere (Wilts.), 16

Venables, Rog., 133; fam., 133, 147

Verney, Ralph de, 26, 27; Sir Ralph (fl. 17th cent.), 265; fam. of Fleet Marston, 26; fee, 5, 26; letters, 265

Vernon, de, Alice, 63; Art., 17; Hugh, 57, 117; Isabel, m. Ralph Sans Aver, 58; Ric., 58, 63, 117, 119; Wal., s. of Ric., 58, 63, 72, 117, 119; Wal. (fl. 1197), 58 n; fam., 58

Vincent, Anne, see Grimsby; Ric., 151

Virgil, Polydore, 52 n

W

Wace, Gil. (fl. 1312), 13; Sir Gil. (fl. 1385), 8

Wadbury, Edm., the younger, and his w. Jane, 244

Wade, Wm., 97

Wadham Coll., Oxf., 258

Wadley, in Faringdon (Berks.), 21

Wahull, Saer de, 118

Wainhill, Herb. of (fl. 13th cent.), 64; Herb. of (fl. 1378), 66

Wainhill (or Wain Hill), in Chinnor, 2, 2 n, 5, 55, 56, 57, 57 n, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67; mill, 64; and see Hempton Wainhill

Wake, Sir John (fl. 1643), 216

Wakilin (Waklen), Jas., 196; —, carpenter of Aston Rowant, 38

Wallingford (Berks.), 139, 152, 157, 161, 182, 198, 207, 254, 265; castle of, 4,n, 21, 58, 216, 218, 219; Civ. War at, 45, 207, 216; constable of, 217; and see Wallingford honor, priory

Wallingford honor, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 9 n, 11, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 45, 47, 61, 63, 65, 83, 92, 100, 102, 103, 105, 118, 132, 148, 160, 166, 200, 216, 217, 218, 222, 223, 234, 254, 255, 266; bailiwick of, 5, 6; hon. ct., 5, 27, 28, 259; ld. of, 5; steward of, 20, 34

Wallingford Priory, 5, 35, 36, 37, 63, 65, 72, 103; priors of, 23, 27, 28, 66, 72, 74, 225, 226; and see Sampson; prop. of, in Aston, 20, 23, 36; in Chalford, 27; in Kingston, 19

Walis, Ralph, 212 n

Waller, Wm., 255

Walter of Aylesbury, Royal Justice, 83

Walton, de, Geoff., 153; Kath., see Coleby

Walton-on-Thames (Surr.), 46

Wanenting, Master Ric. de, 110

Warborough, 103, 246, 247

Warburton (Ches.), formerly Warburton Dutton, 93

Warburton, Wm., Bp. of Gloucester, 183; fam., see Dutton

Warcup (Warcopp), Cuthbert, 152; Ralph, 162; Rob., R. of Britwell Salome, 52; Rudolph, of English, 141, 152

Ward & Hughes, glass-painters, 196

Wargrave (Berks.), 255, 259

Warmscombe, in Watlington, 129 n, 131, 210, 213, 219, 220–1, 225, 227, 233, 236, 253, 254, 255, 256; depopulation of, 226, 228

Warner, John & Sons, bellfoundera, 40, 137, 197; Maud, 242, 244; Ric., 242, 244; Rob., 232, 242, 242 n; fams., of London and Marlow (Bucks.), 232 n

Warpsgrove, 106, 139, 156, 202

Warrener, John le, 45

Warwick, earls of, see Beauchamp, Neville, Newburgh; Ctss. of, 188; Mic., 175

Wastie, Francis (fl. 1781), 42

Wastie's charity (or Widow's Half Crowns), 42

Watcombe, Geoff. of (fl. 1086), 222, 224; Maud, see Swynebrook; Ralph of, or Ralph the carter, 186; Wm. of (fl. 1238), 219; Wm., s. of Wm. of, 219

Watcombe, in Watlington (lost Hamlet), 129 n, 213, 224, 228; Atcombe in, 225; depopulation of, 226, 228; man., 214, 215, 216, 219–20, 222, 229, 231, 233, 237; man. ho., 215; med. chap., 215; P.N., 215

Water End, in Aston Rowant, 16

Waterperry, 94, 164, 177

Waterstock, 56, 93, 96, 152, 160

Watkins, Wm., 43; yeo. fam., of Kingston, 31

Watlington, Hugh of, 226; Ric. the clerk of, and his dau. Agnes, 249

Watlington, 47n, 5, 17, 41, 45, 48, 49 n, 79, 100, 115, 131, 132, 134, 139, 152, 155, 161, 168, 170, 171, 178, 183, 192, 199, 210–52, 253, 259, 263, 264, 269; adv., 236; Anglo-Saxon vill., 224; bank at, 233; Black Death at, 159; chaps., 54, 211, 212, 213, 252; chars., 234, 249–52; ch. accts., 234, 235; ch. bldg., 241–4; ch. hist., 236–41; Civ. War at, 216; commons, 230; Compt. cens., 229, 246; crops, 227, 230, 231, 232; Dame Lys (Dame Alice) farm, 211, 216, 222, 228; dom. arch., 211; ec. hist., 169, 224–32; farm hos., 213, 214; farms, 229, 231; field system, 181, 215, 224, 225, 229; grammar sch., 214, 247, 248; 'Hare and Hounds', 212, 213; incl., 213, 225, 229, 230, 231, 237, 238; inns, 211, 212, 213, 233; Jubilee Hall, 246; lace-making sch., 249; lesser ests., 222–3; man. cts., 233, 234; man. ho., 211; mans., 214, 216–22; mkts. and fairs, 232; med. glass, 242; mills, 213, 223–4; occs., 231, 232, 233; P.N., 211, 224; par. activities, 241; par. govt., 233–6; poor rel., 168 n, 234, 235, 236; pop., 224, 226, 229, 231, 233, 236; Prot. noncf., 91, 216, 241, 245–7; rlwy., 211; rates, 235, 236; rcty., 236, 237; rds., 43, 80, 98, 178, 211, 232; Rom. Cathm., 244–5; schs., 176, 198, 199, 247–9; sheepfarming, 227; sts., 211, 212; taxes, 226, 228, 229, 230, 275; tenurial structure, 224, 226, 231; tithes, 51, 237, 238; top., 210–16; Town Hall, 212, 218; trade and industry, 232–3; Vic., 239, 240; vic., 236, 237, 238; Vs., 159 n, 238–41; wds., 211, 230; workho., 235; yeo. fams., 228–9; worthies, 216; and see Anthills, Christmas Common, Greenfield, Howe, Ingham, Seymour Green, Syresfield, Warmscombe, Watcombe, Watlington Park

Watlington Benefit Soc., 240

Watlington Bible Soc. and Assocn., 240

Watlington Park, in Watlington, 175, 210, 213–14, 216, 222, 225, 228, 230, 231, 237, 245

Watlington-Princes Risborough Rlwy. Co., 55, 80, 211

Way, Jas., R. of Adwell, 14

Waynflete, Wm. of, Bp. of Winchester, 63, 74 n, 84

Wdemundesleia, see Wormsley

Webb, Sir E. Aston, architect, 40; Edw. (d. 1839), 15; Frances, 7, 8, 10, 15; John, 269, 270; Ric., 125; Rob., 208

Welbeck, Joyce, m. John Carleton, 46

Weld, Marg., see Simeon; Thos. (fl. 1771). 222, 230; fam., 49, 54, 214, 230, 245; fam. accts., 50 n; prop., 229; and see Simeon (later Weld)

Welles, Hugh de, Bp. of Lincoln, 72, 237

Wellesley, Lord Gerald, 214

Wells, Ralph, V. of Watlington, 239, 244; Ric., 252; char., 252

Wells (Som.), Bp. of, see William

Welton, Caroline, 252; char., 252

Wenman, Cath., Vctss. (fl. 1695), 88; Emmote, wid. of Hen., m. 2 Thos. Fermor, 59; Sir Francis (fl. 1675), 87; Hen., woolman, 59; Isabella, see Williams; Philip, 7th Vct. Wenman of Tuam and Baron, 86; Sir Ric. (d. 1572), 84, 118, 228 n; Sir Ric. (fl. 1620), later 1st Vct. Wenman of Tuam and Baron, 23, 123; Ric. (d. 1729), 5th Vct. Wenman of Tuam and Baron, 88; Sophia Eliz., Bnss., see Wykeham; Thos., 2nd Vct. Wenman of Tuam and Baron, 82; Lady, see Sophia Eliz. Wykeham; fam., 84, 88, 118, 123, 124; sch., 126

Wentworth, Cecily, see Unton; Hen., V. of Lewknor, 113; John, 22, 39; Marg., see Fortescue; Thos., Ld. (d. 1551), 219; Thos., Ld. (d. 1584), 219, 221; fam., 161, 219 n, 221

Weobley (Herefs.), 59

Wesley, John, evangelist, 247

Wesleyans, see Methodists

West, Greg., 246; John, 21; Marg., see Courtenay; Mary, 42; Moses, 49; fam., of Shirburn, 256

West Dean, in West Tytherley (Hants), 60 n

West Lodge, in Shirburn, 182

West Shirburn, see Shirburn par. entry

Westbrooke, Thos., of Horspath, 42

Westcote, Joan, see Pauncefoot

Westminister Abbey (London), 156; Abbot of, 148

Westmordele, Phil. de, 132

Weston, Isabel, 102 n

Weston, North, in Thame, 100, 184, 254 n

Weston, South, 7, 15, 98, 99, 100, 111, 115, 139, 185, 220, 226, 253–62, 268, 270, 271; adv., 259, 260; char., 262; ch. bldg., 261–2: ch. hist., 259–61; ch. plate, 262; Compt. cens., 257; crops, 258; ec. hist., 255–9; field system, 256; geol., 255; incl., 257, 258, 259; man. ho., 253; mans., 253–5; mills, 253, 259; noncf., 261, 262; pattern of landholding, 256, 257, 258; P.N., 255; pop., 253, 258; Rs., 260, 260 n, 261, 262; Rcty., 253, 261; rds., 253; Salt Lane, 253; schs., 262; taxes, 253, 256, 275; top., 253, 255, 256; yeo. fams., 255, 256, 257

Weston-on-the-Green, 254n

Weston Turville (Bucks.), 251

Wheatfield, 3, 7, 15, 101, 102, 152, 153, 192, 204, 205, 206, 208, 220, 253, 254, 255, 256, 258, 259, 260, 263–73; adv., 270; char., 273; ch. bldg., 272–3; ch. hist., 270–3; Compt. cens., 270; crops, 269, 270; ec. hist., 267–70; farms, 269–70; field system, 269; geol., 268; glebe, 271; incl., 268, 269, 270; landscape, 263; man. ho., 263, 264, 269; manorial services, 268; mans., 266–7; meadows, 269; noncf., 273; painted glass, 272; Park Ho. and plan, 263–5; P.N., 268; pop., 268, 269, 270; rds., 263; Rs., 265, 271; Rcty., 265, 271; rcty., 271; schs., 273; taxes, 268, 275; top., 263; Weston fee, 267, 268; Wheatfield Ho., 263, 265; worthies, 265–6; yeo. fams., 269, 270; and see Wheatfield, Lower

Wheatfield, Lower, fee of, 5

Wheatley, 18

Wheeler, Wm., 252

Whetton, Mrs. —, char, of, 244

Whippell&Sons, of Exeter, 243

Whitaker, Major G. C., 54

White, Sir Dymoke, Bt., 101; Hannah, see Bunce; Headley Dymoke, 101; Jeremiah, 91; John (fl. 1700), 247 n; Mary (fl. 1844), 249; Ric. (fl. 1558), 48; Ric. (fl. 1687), 269; Rob., 49; Rog., 121 n; Sam., 260; Thos., 34; Major Tim., 101, 108; Wm. (d. 1527), 48; Wm. (d. 1530) and his w. Anne, 53; Wm. (fl. 1697), 121; Wm. (fl. 1712), 95; Zachary (d. 1695), 90; fams., 34, 48, 95, 100, 107, 121, 216, 235, 246, 247

Whitefield, Geo., Methodist, 78

Whitehead, Geo., Quaker, 245

Whitelock, Gen. Bulstrode, 216

Whiteparish (Wilts.), 44

Whitfield (or de Whitfield, Wheatfield), de, Elias, Kt. (fl. 1243), 266; Elias, Kt. (fl. 1279), 27, 101, 107, 266, 268; Eliz., dau. of Sir John (d. by 1361), m. 1 Reg. de Grey, 2 Baldwin de Bereford, 267; Geoff., grds. of Pet., 101, 266; Hen. (d. 1226), 266; Hen. (d. by 1264), 101, 266; Joan, m. Hugh Streatley, 266; John (d. by c. 1345), M.P., 266, 271; Sir John (d. by 1361), 8, 266, 272; Kath. (d. 1390), wid. of John, m. 2 Lawr. de Lynford, 266; Leon., 266 n; Odard, 266 n; Pet. (fl. 1086), 101, 106, 107, 266; Pet. (fl. 1166), 266 n; Rob. (fl. 1130), 101, 266; Rob. (fl. 1166), 266 n; Rob. (d. by 1193), 101, 266; Thos., 96; Wm., R. of Emmington, 96; fam., 101, 104, 265, 267, 270

Whitmell, Agnes, see Hester

Whittlesee, Rob., 86

Whitton (Whytton), John (fl. 1489), 223; John (fl. 1574), s. of Wm., 29, 103; Rob. (d. 1612), and his w. Mary, 103, 113; Rog., 223; Wm. (fl. 1544), 103

Whorwood, fam. arms, 244

Wickham, Wm., R. of Stoke Talmage, 208

Wiffen, Wm., 79

Wigan (Lancs.), 22

Wiggins, Annie, 243; Arabella Annie, 244; Jane, w. of Ric. (d. 1801), 173; Mary, w. of Moses (d. 1812), 173; Moses (d. 1807), 173; Moses (d. 1808), 173; Moses (d. 1878), 244; Ric. (fl. 1763), 212; Thos. (fl. 1664), 218; Thos. (fl. 1839), 34; Wm., 231, 243, 248; Wm. Hester, 244; fam., 229

Wigginton, 260

Wigod of Wallingford, 20 n

Wilberforce, Sam., Bp. of Oxford, 75, 79, 89, 96, 172, 176, 208, 209

Wilkinson, Geo., of Watlington, 233; Mr. —, architect of Oxf., 191

Willesden (Middx.), 10

William I, King, 182, 219

William III, King of England and Prince of Orange, 171, 267

William (fl. 1300), Bp. of Wells, 19

William, Constable of Chester (fl. 12th cent.), 152

William son of Hen. the miller, 64

William son of Richard, a miller, 11

William the miller, 11, 64

William of Adwell, 8

William of Chalford, 23, 27

William of the Chamber, and his we. Maud (see Ho), 219

William of Goldor, 152, 158

William of Hambleden, Sir, 219, 237

William of Henton, 66

William of Shirburn, 186

William of Sulham (fl. 1086), 45, 47, 61

William of Watcombe, 219

William, Revd. Moses, antiquary, 183

Williams, Eliz., 1st w. of Ld. Williams, 84; Isabella, m. 1 Sir Ric. Wenman (d. 1572), 2 Ric. Huddleston, 84, 118; Sir John, cr. Ld. Williams of Thames, 23, 84, 100, 102, 104, 118, 122, 255, 259; Marg., dau. of Sir John, m. Sir Hen. Norreys, 23, 84, 102, 118; Margery, 2nd w. of Ld. Williams, m. 2 Sir Wm. Drury (d. 1579), 3 Jas. Croft, 84, 102; Thos., V. of Watlington, 244, 249; arms of, 209

Williamscote, de, Marg., see Alveton; Sir Thos., 24; fam., 24

Willis, Messrs. —, organ builders, 137

Willoughby, John (fl. 1614), 40; Marg., see Rotherham; Rotherham (d. 1613), 22; Sir Wm. (d. by 1615), 22, 25; Wm. (fl. 1630), and his w. Eliz., 18, 22; fam., 22 n, 40

Wilson, Wm., R. of Stoke Talmage, 199, 208

Wiltshire, County, 25; and see Cennick

Winchendon (Bucks.), 46

Winchester (Hants), 217; Abbey of (or Nunminister), Benedictine nuns of, 85; bpric. of, 20; bps. of, see Stigand, Waynflete; Earl of, see Quincy; Mqss. of, 96; and see Paulet; Lady, see Bruges

Windsor, And., Ld. (fl. 1507), 222

Windsor, or New Windsor (Bucks.), 73

Wingham, Hen. of, Bp. of London, 24

Wingrave, Jos., 25

Winlow, Margery, m. Revd. Francis Bernard, 102; Ric. (d. 1709), 102, 104; fam., 114

Winnard, Agnes, m. 2 Sir Wm. Stonor, 155

Winter, R. T., and his w., 209

Winterton (Lincs.), 153

Witney, 59

Wittenham, Little (or East) (Berks.), 153

Wittenham, Long (Berks.), 83

Wlfriche, Rob., 65

Wokingham (Berks.), bell foundry, 209

Wolsey, Thos., Card., and Abp, of York, 23, 35, 73

Wolverhampton (Staffs.), 232

Woolburn, de, Beatrice, m. 2 Reg. s. of Jordan, 206 n; John ('le Glorie', or de la Gloria), 206; Ric., 206 n; Rob. ('le Glorius'), 206, 206 n; Wal., Archd. of Richmond, 206, 207; fam., 206

Wooburn (Bucks.), Glory man. in, 206

Wood, Ant., antiquary, 97, 200, 209, 271

Woodbridge, Mrs. Susannah, 167

Woods, Thos., mapmaker, 159 n

Woodstock, Anne (d. 1438), m. Edm. Earl of Stafford, 149; Eleanor, w. of Thos., see Bohun; Thos., Duke of Buckingham and later of Gloucester, 149

Woodstock, 139, 184

Woodville, Eliz., Queen of Edw. IV, 149

Woodward, Frances, see Barker; Francis, 201n; Mic., Warden of New Coll., Oxf., 122

Woodward, John the, 133

Woolcott, Geo., 75 n

Worcester (Worcs.), 131, 139; Bp. of, see Oswald; Cath., 147, 152

Worminghall (Bucks.), 35, 267

Wormsley, in Lewknor (now in Stokenchurch, (Bucks.), 3, 98, 100, 103, 105

Wormsley (Wdemundesleia), in Stokenchurch (formerly in Aston Rowant, now in Bucks.), 2, 2 n, 5, 6, 21, 27, 100, 103, 105, 132, 186, 190, 253, 254, 255, 256; Ho., 114; and see Wormsley, in Lewknor

Worth, Sam., 126 n

Worton, Nether, 201 n

Wotton, Agnes, m. Wm. Yorke, 25; Nic., M.P., 25, 26

Wotton (Surr.), 144

Wotton Underwood (Bucks.), 22

Wray, Edw., 102; Eliz., see Norreys

Wressel (Yorks.), castle, 179

Wright, Ric., V. of Lewknor, 111; Rob. and his w., 223

Wroughton, Dot., m. Hen. Wroughton, 22; Sir Thos., 22

Wroxton, 179

Wulfric (fl. c. 1080), a freeman, 219

Wulfstan (fl. 1066), 8, 20, 26, 45

Wyatt, G., builder of Oxf., 172; T. H., architect, 196

Wycombe, High (Bucks.), 17, 20, 71, 78, 123, 211, 232; rds. to Thame and to Watlington, 55, 211

Wydyngton, Rob. de, 223

Wyfolds Court (Wyfaude), in Checkendon, 129 n

Wykeham, Aubrey Augustus Hen., 94; Aurbrey Wenman (later Wykeham-Musgrave), 60; Phil. Jas. D., 94, 95, and his w., see Henley; Phil. Thos. H. (fl. 1833), of Tythrop Ho., 22, 93, 97; Phil. Thos. Herb. (d. 1879), 87, 93, 97; Miss Sophia Eliz. (later Bnss. Wenman), 84, 87, 118, 122, 123, 125, 126; and see Wykeham-Musgrave

Wykeham-Musgrave, Aubrey Wenman, 60, 94; Georgina, see Musgrave; W.H. (fl. 1948), 35, 88; Wenman Aubrey, 60; fam., 84, 88, 118, 126; ests., 32, 122

Wykes, Grace, see Kenrick; Wm., 201

Wynlowe, Ric., R. of Chinnor, 73; Wm., 73

Wysham, John, 254, 259; Marg., see Beauchamp; and see Pauncefoot

Wytham (Berks.), rcty. of, 89

Wytton, Edm., 108 n

Y

Yardley, John, 222; Ric., 222, 228; Mrs.—, m. 2 Sam. Horne, 221; fam., 221

Yates, John, 160, 162; Wm., 160

York, abps. of, see Neile, Oswald, Wolsey; Duke of, see Plantagenet

Yorke, Agnes, see Wotton; Eleanor, m. Rob. Hungerford, 25; Joan, m. Steph. Aphaury, 25 n; John, s. of Wm. (d. 1514), 25; Thos., grds. of Wm. (d. 1542), 25; Wm. (d. 1476), 25; Wm. (fl. 16th cent.), Cur. of Sydenham, 124; fam., 18, 25

Young, Art., economist, 28, 31, 72, 164; John, 246; Wm., 35

Young Pretender, the (or 'Mr. Stonor'), see Stuart

Ypres (Belgium), 144; Bp. of, see Chamberlain

Z

Zouche, de la (or la), Alan (d. 1270), 58, 60; Alan, Ld. (d. 1314), 60; Eudo (d. 1326), 151; Helen (or Ellen), see Quincy; Joan, see Inge; John (fl. 1359), 60; Maud, dau. of Alan, m. Rob. Holand, 60; Oliver (fl. 1316), 60, 65; Oliver (fl. 1360), 60; Wm., 1st Baron of Haryngworth, 151; —, dau. of Oliver (fl. 1360), m. Sir John Popham, 60; fam., 58, 151, 151 n; of Dene, 60 n; arms, 77; man. (or Popham's Fee), 59, 60, 61, 65;, mans, in Hants and Hunts., 60