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F - K

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John Cordy Jeaffreson (editor)

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1892

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'Index: F - K', Middlesex county records: Volume 4: 1667-88 (1892), pp. 384-396. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66103 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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F.G.H.I.J.K.

F.

Fairebancke, Elizabeth, 234

Fairer alias Fairy, Mary, 246, 247

Falconer, Sarah, xlvi, 190

False certificate in favour of a suspected rebel, The vicar and two other inhabitants of St. Leonard's Shoreditch, convicted of making a, 288

False news, Persons charged with uttering, 1

Fandenewta, James, "suspected papist," 115

Farewell, George, gent., 7

Farmer, Joshua, 148

Farrell, Ellen, 80

", alias Farrall, Richard, xvi, xvii, 9, 10, 271, 272

Farrendyne, Katherine, 87

Farrer, John, gent., 197, 198

Farskell, John, "suspected papist," 104

Fawkes, Robert, 278

Fawsitt, Roger, gent., 311

Feaver, Phillipp Le, "suspected popish recusant," 101

Feild, Peter, "suspected to be a Roman Catholique," 135

Fells, Thomas, 219

Fenn, Sampson, 155

Fenne, Thomas, 4, 5

Fennell, Martha, "reputed popish recusant," 115

", William, 114, 115, 117

Fenton, John, 323

Fenwick, John, esq., 24, 25

Fenwicke, Elizabeth, "suspected papist, 112

", Henry, 112

", John, catholic priest, xxi, 84 85, 86, 90, 120, 277, 278

", John, catholic priest, convicted of and sentenced to be executed for high treason xxi, 280

Fermedge, Nathaniel, 44, 45

Ferneley (otherwise Fernly), John, 295 296

Fervid, Henry, 106

Field, Timothy, 6

", William, 213

Fifth Monarchy, or Sabbatarians, Two entries in Newgate Calendar touching twenty-seven, 29, 30

Finch, Heneage Lord, Lord Chancellor, 76

Fincher, Richard, 40

Fingall, George, 37

Fire-balls at Wapping, Alarming words about, 20

Fishwick, Christopher, "suspected popish recusant," 127

Fists, Fatal fight with, 5

Fitcham, John, 148

Fitsall, James, 229

Fitzgerald, Maurice, gent., 246

", William, "suspected papist," 102

Fitzharris, 216

", Edward, 153

Fitz-Simons, Nicholas, 143

Flanderzes, Thomas, 114

Flax, Alice, 147

Fleet, Sir John, knt., 326

Fleming, John, clerk, xxi, 133

", Obadiah, 321

Fletcher, Anne, 120

", Lionel, 6

Flight, Penalty of felonious, lxxvi, lxxvii

", Question touching felonious, an obsolete usage, lxxvii, lxxviii

Flights, Successful and unsuccessful, lxxv, lxxvi, Ixxvii

Fling, Thomas, "suspected papist," 111

Flint, Brent, 299

Flogged from St. John's Street to Swan Alley and from Old Street to and through Whitecrosse Street, Mathew Webb sentenced to be, 227

Flood, Thomas, "suspected popish priest," 155

Flower, Jane, 219

", John, 2

Flynt, Thomas, gent., convicted of high treason and sentenced to death, &c, xii, 269, 270

Fogarty, William, Dr. 90

Folliard, Anne, wife of Ralph Folliard, esq., " suspected papist," 109

Fonterborough, Lucas, 21

Forbuck, John, priest, 77

Ford, Thomas, 28

Ford (otherwise Forde), William, xvi, xvii, 9, 10, 271, 272

Fortescue, Sir John, knt., 333

Foster, Edward, 31

", John, esq., 228, 277, 278

", John, 289, 290, 293

", Richard, 73

", Thomas, 143

", alias Page, John, 181

Foulkes, John, 174

Fountaine, Mathew Le, "suspected papist," 112

Fowler, Walter, of Bettisfeild co. Flint, gent., seeks a passport to go beyond seas with his wife and two servants, 134

Fox, Charles, 80

Fox alias Mooney, Anne, 80

" Nephinson, gent., " reputed popish recusant," 115

" Symon, esq., "reputed popish recusant," 115

" William, 290

Frances, Thomas, 230

Francis, Katherine, 148

", Robert, esq., 293

Franck, Alexander, 96

", Ellen Le, 96

Fratz, Christopher, gent., 161

Freeman, Thorneborrough, clerk, 119

", William, esq., xlix, 78

Freind, Edward, 283

French Church in London, Elders of the, bound to answer for "refusing to receive and mayntayne the two children of Judith Nightingale, a Frenchwoman," 54

Fride, Claud, "suspected papist," 109

Frisby, Richard, 101

Fritwell, Isaiah, 29

Fry, Henry, 322

Fryer, Edward, gent., 296

", Francis, 53

", alias Wood, Joseph, 64

Fue (otherwise Deffue), Charles de la Rue De, priest, xxi, 81, 93, 120

"Fugam suam fecit," 164, 210, 218, 253, 311, 318, 323, 324, 326, 327

" Fugam suam fecerunt," 218

Fuller, Jonathan, 231

Furniss, Edward, 79

Fuzee, Jasper, "suspected papist," 115

G.

Gainsborough, The Earl of, 339

Gallyard, Joshua, gent., 277, 278

Gamball, John, 83

Games, Unlawful, "All fouers at cards," 75

", " Hazard, 36

", " Indion game in Lincolnes Inn Fields, 31

", " "Preaching the Parson," a game with painted cards, 37

", " Game with cards, called " Put," 39

", " The Wheel of Fortune at Covent Garden, 39

", " Game called a Whimsey Board, in Lincolne's-inFields, 183

Gandy, Thomas, gent., 136

Gannoe, Dennis, gent., "suspected papist," 109

Gaol delivery books, Further particulars taken from the, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282

" delivery register, temp. Charles II., Further particulars taken from, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276

Garberant, Thomas, 32

Gard, William, 289

Gardiner, Daniel, xlvi, 113

", Humfrey, 72

", Samuel, gent., 183

Gardner, Katherine, "suspected conventicler," 303

", Thomas, 294

Garett, Hugh, 88

Garlicke, Thomas, gent., 88, 89

Garnet, the Jesuit Father, 336

Garrett, Captain Richard Fiss, catholic, 126

Gate, William, gent., 155

Gatehouse Prison, Mary Lady Broughton, keeper of the, 21

Gates alias Jesa, Eliza, 120

", William, 172

Gavan, John, clerk, 84, 85

", John, convicted of and sentenced to be executed for high treason, 280

Gentle Felons and Misdemeanants, xxxvli xxxvii, et seq.

" Folk of Middlesex, Employments of, xxxiii, xxxiv, et seq.

Gentleman, Assault and battery committed by a, 231

", Assault and battery on a woman, committed by a, 170

", Assault with a rapier on a watchman of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, committed by James Dore, 257

Gentlemen, Assaults with sword committed by, 78, 236, 257, 299

Gentleman, Bigamy committed by a, 59

Gentlemen, Cheating with cards in Lincolnes-Inn-Fields, 32, 33, 38, 39

Gentleman, Disorderly booth for ropedancing and plays, &c, kept at Whitechapel by Stephen Scudamore, 19

Gentlemen, Highwayrobberies committed by, 5, 13, 22, 23, 24, 38, 88, 89

Gentleman, Larceny commited by a, 321

Gentlemen, Manslaughters committed by 8, 22, 29, 33, 38, 44, 45, 57, 59, 142, 150, 257

", Murders committed by, 7, 24, 25, 34, 41, 44, 143, 145, 161, 188, 228

Gentleman outlawed for failing to appear to answer an indictment for murder, 320

Gentleman, Scandalous words spoken near the house of a J. P. by a, in order to raise a tumult, xxxix, 313, 314

Gentlewoman, Larceny committed by a, 54

", convicted of aiding and abetting in a murder, 7

George, Mr., 243

", John, liii, 285

", Ralph, 325

", Thomas, 36

Georges, Walter, 155

Gerrard, Richard, gent., 2

Gibbons, John, 95

Gibbons, Jonas, "suspected conventicler," 303

Gibbs, David, 312

Gibson, Elizabeth, 77

Gifford, Thomas, 137

Giles, Allan, gent., Books stolen from, by Thomas Barrell, 56

", Thomas, 231

Gilford, Charles, apothecary, "suspected papist," 111

Gill, John, 111

", Thomasine, "suspected papist," 111

Gillerton, William, " suspected papist," 110

Gillmore, Agathia, seeking a passport to go beyond sea, 135

Glasse-sellers, Company of, 30

Gleast, Edward, gent., 136

Gleave, William, gent., 324

Glisson, Samuel, 296

Glover, Henry, gent., 188

", Richard, 262

", Thomas, 292

", William, 108

Goare, William, 12

Godfrey, Sir Edmundbury, 91, 96, 120, 122, 216

", Sir Edmund Berry, knt, Recognizances taken before, 73, 74

", Sir Edmundbury, knt., Committal of Samuell Atkins to Newgate Gaol, on a charge of felonie in concealing the murder of, 96

", Sir Edmundbury, Miles Bury committed to Newgate Gaol on a charge of murdering, 120

Godfrey, Sir Edmundbury, Committal of Francis Corrall, coachman, to Newgate Gaol on a charge of "felonie in concealing the murder of," 96

", Sir Edmund Bury, George Dethericke of Popler, gent., bound to answer "an indictment for being accessory to the murder of," 122

", Sir Edmundbury, knt., "Committal of Peter Gomley to Newgate Gaol on suspicion of his connection with the murther of," 96

", Sir Edmundbury, Miles Praunce committed to Newgate Gaol "for assisting in the murder of," 120

", Sir Edmundbury, William Whiles alias Willis committed to Newgate Gaol for being suspected of murdering, 120

", Sir Edmundbury, Words spoken by Henry Capell, touching the murder of, 91

", Henry, 12

", Thomas, 20

Goffe, William, "suspected conventicler," 255

"Golorshoes," A paire of great leather shoes called, 24

Gomley, Peter, 96

Good, Robert, 293

Goodeanough, Richard, 295

Goodfellow, Silvester, gent., 57

Goodgroome, Richard, 31

Goodin, . . . ., gent., 289

Goodman, Abraham, gent., sentenced to be executed for Hightreason, xvii, 12, 273

", Thomas, 66

Goodwin, Elizabeth, xliv, 78

Goodyeare, Anne, "reputed papist," 128

", John, "reputed papist," 128

", Mark, apothecary, "suspected papist," 109

Gorden, John, 287

Gore, Phillip, merchant, 35

", Thomas, xlvi, 72, 73

Gorey, Jeremiah, 154

Gosling, John, merchant, 119

Gould, George, 95

Gown, called a "Bengali gowne," 142

Grace, Richard, 39

Graham, Richard, 285

Grandison, Lady Katherine, 71, 77

Graneare, Charles, "a suspected Roman catholique," 129

Granideers, "The Queenes Troope" of, 283

Grant, Thomas, 316

", William, 36

Grantham, George, 155

", Thomas, 22

Grave, William, 164, 311

Graves, Henry, 92

Gray, Ford Lord, A paper touching, entitled Strange and Wonderfull News concerning his Grace James Duke of Monmouth and Ford Lord Gray, 286

Gray's Inn Lane, A treasonable assembly near, 318

Gray, Joel, 214

Greaves, George, "suspected conventicler," 214, 215

Greene, Garrett alias Tristram Greene, 298

", Theophilus, 24

", Thomas, 300

", alias Thornhill alias Thornton, Tristram, gent., 298

", William, Special verdict against, arraigned on a charge of levying war against Charles II. at East Smithfield, xvi, xvii, 11, 271, 272, 273

Greenway, Robert, 109

Greenwood, Lawrence, 75

", William, esq., 327

Gregory, Bartholomew, gent., 28

", Richard, 227, 228

Grey, Arthur, gent., 40

Griffin, Patrick, 31

Griffith, Elizabeth, "suspected papist," 109

", Thomas, 28, 317

Griggs, Thomas, 60

Grimes, Sir Thomas, bart., "suspected recusant," 148

Grosvenor, Fulke, 35

Grove, John, gent., 85, 86, 90, 277

", John, 153

Groves, John, 153

Grunnell, John, "suspected papist," 109

Guiltier, Francis, merchant, "suspected papist," 110

", Mary, wife of Francis Guiltier, merchant, "suspected papist," 110

Gumley, Peter, 115

Gunn, Isaac, 320

", Susan, 87

Gurney, John, merchant, 7

Guy, Anne, "suspected papist," 109

", Daniel, "suspected Papist," 109

", Richard, 24

Gwin, David, 73

", John, 310

", Thomas, 37

Gwyn, Mary, xlv, xlvi, 245

", William, xlv, 245

Gyles, John, gent., xxxvii, 144

H.

Hacke, Jonathan, 6

", Robert, 13

Hackney-coachman, David Davis bound to answer for assaulting and endeavouring "to bilk" a, 40

Haddocke, Mary, 43

Hadley, Charles, 187

Haines, Henry, 143

Hair, Two dealers in, defrauding one Dymock Ely 82

Hale, Edward, 318

Halfe, John, 293

Halford, Sir Thomas, bart., 7, 8

Halifax, Lord, 216

Halkett, Sir James, knt., 253

Hall, Alice, lii, 33

", Edmund, 311

", Henry, "suspected recusant," 148

", John, lii, 12, 33

", Samuel, 251

", Thomas, xxviii, 60

Halse, Richard, 34

Halsey, William, 153

Halton, Troth, wife of William Halton, gent., 201

", William, gent., 201, 210

Hambleton, Anthony, esq., 145

", Margaret, 315

Hamilton, William, 296

Hammond, William, 82

Hampstead, highway robberies at, 53

Hamton, Francis, 312

Hancock, Richard, 122

Hand, Robert, "suspected papist," 111

Handibooson, Andrew, sculptor, "a suspected Roman catholique," 129

Hands, Thomas, 87

Hanscomb, Edward, transported to Barbadoes against his will, 23

Harbin, John, gent., 323

Harcourt alias Harrison, William, catholic priest, convicted of and sentenced to be executed for high treason, xxii, 84, 85, 280

Harding, John, 105

Harford, Thomas, 293

Hargrave, John, 162

Harlden, Archibald, "suspected conventicler," 214, 215

Harmondsworth, highway robberies at, 53

Harrington, Lieut. Edward, 327

Harrington, Sir James, first Lord Exton, 339

Harriot, Thomas, esq., J.P., 310

Harris, Claudius de Vosse, 34

", George, "suspected papist," 112

", John, 124, 245

", Richard, "suspected papist," 110

", Robert, 323

", Severios, "popish recusant," 128

", Thomas, "suspected papist," 111

", alias Padgeum, Thomas, 181

Harrison, Anne, "a popish recusant," 135

", George, 65

", John, 21

", alias Harcourt, William, catholic priest, xxii, 84, 85, 280

Hartley, Mary, 155, 156

", Thomas, of Hilton, co. Stafford, esq., 266

Hartshorne, Nathaniel, gent., 219

Harvey, William, 282

Harwood, Ellianore, "suspected papist," 103

", Ralph, 3

Hascor, John, 61

Haslewood, John, merchant, 223

Hastings, Colonel, a major in the King's First Regiment of Foot Guards, 320

Hastings, John, 317

Hathaway, John, convicted of speaking seditious words against the King James II. and in behalf of James the Duke of Monmouth, 284

Haugh, John Featherstone, gent., 38, 39

Haverland, William, xliii, xliv, 274

Hawkes, Henry, gent., 136

Hawkin, Marke, 293

Hawking and selling beef in private houses, John Pye indicted for vagrancy in, 307

" and selling drinking-glasses &c., in private houses and not in open market, Persons indicted for vagrancy in, 30, 31, 318, 319

" selling, and repairing lanterns and tin wares, True bills against petty chapmen for vagabondage in wandering abroad and, 324, 325

" and selling linen cloth from door to door, Man bound to answer for forestalling markets in, 32

" and selling linen cloth from door to door, Woman bound to answer for forestalling markets in, 32, 33

" Scotch cloth, &c., about the streets, Three petty chapmen sentenced to be whipt for, 232

" tinker's wares and crying in the streets "Have you any worke for a tinker ?" Two vagrant tinkers convicted of and fined for, 285

" crying, and selling wares in the streets, A chapman bound to answer for encroaching on the trades of turners by, 32

Hawkins, Deborah, 285

", Richard, 285

Hawley, Edmund, of Hounslow, gent., a "suspected popish recusant," 130

Hayes, Edward, gent., 230

", Robert, 121

Hayes, Sir Thomas, knt., 334, 337

", William, "suspected conventicler," 255

Hayhurst, Edward, gent., 320

Hayles, John, gent., "reputed papist," 112

Haynes, Josiah, 37

Head, William, 266

Headboroughs of Stepney, One of the, convicted of neglecting to do his duty in levying money by distress and sale of a conventicler's goods and chattels, 201

Heberd, John, 64, 65

Hebert, Mathew, merchant, 54

Heburne, Robert, 2

Hendon, highway robberies at, 53

Heneage, Faith Lady, "suspected popish recusant," 222

Henley, James, 38

Henshaw, Peter, 284

Henwood, George, 240, 241

Herm, Captain Gilbert, 323

Herrick alias Errick alias Heyrick, John, 226, 243, 244

" alias Heyrick alias Errick, John, indicted for speaking defamatory words against Roger L'Estrange, esq., 237

" William, goldsmith, of Cheapside, 337, 338

Herring, Arthur, 120

Hertoye, George de, esq., alias George de Hertoye Lord de Valkenburgh, 23

Hesketh alias Baker, James, catholic priest, xx, 133

Heskins, Thomas, 20

Hester, William, 138

Hewer, William, xiii

Hewlett, John, 65

Hewlinge, Benjamin, 296

Hewson, John, gent., 32, 33

Heyes, James, 296

Hickey, Morris, 229

Hickman, Thomas, "suspected papist," 111

Hicks alias Hickes

" Sir Baptist, knt. and bart. (raised to the peerage in 1628, with the titles of Baron Hicks, of Ilmington co. Warwick, and Viscount Campden, of Campden co. Gloucester), Mr. Basil Woodd Smith's Memoir of, 329348

Hicks, Sir Baptist, Incidents in the life of, 329, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340

", "Issue of, 341

", " Monument of, at Campden Church co. Gloucester, 343

", " Noble descendants of, 341

", " Parishes and societies benefited by the munificence of, 341, 342

", " Portrait of, assigned by tradition to Gerard Honthorst, but ascribed by Mr. George Scharf to Paul Van Somer, 329, 348

", " Sessions House built at Clerkenwell co. Midd., by, 344, 345, 346, 347

", Clement, 332

", Sir Ellice, knt., 330

", Francis, 332

", John, 330

", Margaret, 330

", Sir Michael, knt., 331

", Michael, 331

", Robert, 330, 331, 332

", Thomas, 330

", Sir William, bart., 332

", William, 330

", Mr. Basil Woodd Smith's note touching the errors and discrepancies in the pedigrees of the family of Hickes alias, 348, 349

Hicks-Beach, The Right Hon. Sir Michael, bart., 332

Hicks, Eliza, 282

", John, 61

", Robert, 156

Hicky alias Vander-Huggy, William, "a papist," 135

Higgs, Anne, "reputed papist," 128

", Edward, "suspected papist,' 112

", James, 125

", Jane, "suspected papist," 112

", Joseph, "reputed papist," 128

Higgins, Phillipp, 289

High Treason against James II., Robert Ashe suspected of, 293

High Treason against James II., Charles Bateman charged with, 296

" against James II., Christopher Battiscombe charged with, 296

" against James II., Lieut. John Boyce charged with, 327

" against James II., Lieut. Thomas Browne charged with, 327

" James Burton guilty of, 295, 296

" against James II., Major Ventris Colenbine charged with, 327

" against James II., Dennis Dayley charged with, 293

" against James II., William Disney charged with, 293

" against James II., Ensign John Dounton charged with, 327

" against James II., William Eales charged with, 293

" against James II., Ensign William Elwes charged with, 327

" John Ferneley convicted of, 295, 296

" George Goodeanough charged with, 295

" against James II., Richard Goodeanough charged with, 295

" against James II., William Greenwood, esq., charged with, 327

" against James II., John Halfe suspected of, 293

" against James II., Thomas Harford suspected of, 293

" against James II., Lieut. Edward Harrington charged with, 327

" against James II., Benjamin Hewlinge charged with, 296

" against James II., James Heyes charged with, 296

High Treason against James II., Roger Hoare charged with, 296

" against James II., Joseph Holloway convicted of, 294

" against James II., Abraham Holmes charged with, 295

" against James II., William Jenckins charged with, 296

" against James II., John Jones charged with, 296

" against James II., Julius Jones charged with, 327

" against James II., John Kidd charged with, 296

" against James II., Henry Lawrence convicted of, 294

" against James II., Henry Lisle charged with, 296

" against James II., Ensign James Mountague charged with, 327

" against James II., Richard Nelthrope outlawed for, 296

" against James II., Captain Thomas Norgate charged with, 327

" against James II., Mathew Norgett charged with, 327

" against James II., Tracy Panceford charged with, 293

" against James II., Thomas Place by his own confession guilty of high treason, 312

" against James II., Thomas Pletso suspected of, 293

" against James II., Robert Richards charged with, 327

" against James II., William Ring convicted of, 294

" against James II., Colonel John Rumsey charged with, 295

High Treason against James II., Nathaniel Stronge suspected of, 293

" against James II., Lieut. Robert Tempest charged with, 327

" against James II., Reginald Tucker charged with, 310

" against James II., Edward Whytehead charged with, 296

" against James II., Ensign Robert Younge charged with, 327

" Acquittals of, 8, 10, 55, 90, 94, 95, 133, 269, 270, 271, 272

" Convictions of, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 83, 84, 85, 91, 108, 119, 120, 121, 122, 131, 133, 141, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 277, 278, 279, 280, 282

" Seven special verdicts against persons charged with, 271

Highwaymen, strong band of, 53

Highway robbery, acquittals of, 34, 89

" ", convictions of, 13, 22, 34, 35, 38, 53, 60, 61, 80, 89, 171, 181, 182, 294, 324

Hill, Andrew, 237

", Charles, 264

", Mary, 232

", Robert, 62, 232

", Sara, 62

", Thomas, 293

Hills, Christopher, "reputed papist," 127

Hilton, John, 240, 255

Hoare, Edward, 143

", Roger, marchant, 296

Hobbs, Mary, 130

", Thomas, "a suspected popish recusant," 130

Hobson, George, gent., 1

", Ursula, 89

Hodges, Daniel, 110

", Edward, 37

", Mary, "suspected papist," 110

Hodgson, James, 101

", John, gent., 34

", William, 64

Holborne, Brownlow Street, in, 137

", near Chancery Lane End, Pillory at, 274, 275

", near Chancery Lane, Pillory at, 62, 63, 64, 65

", Pillory near the Turnstile in, 286

", Pillory in, 20, 144

", Riots in St. Andrew's, xiii, xiv, xv, xvi, 8, 9, 317

Holby, Joseph, 191

Holder, Anne, "suspected papist," 111

", Mark, "suspected papist," 111

", Thomas, esq., "suspected papist," 110

Holford, Thomas, gent., 53

Hollis the Elder, Thomas, acquitted on appeal of permitting a conventicle to be held in his house, 233, 234

Holloman alias Solomon, Christopher, 323

Holloway, Joseph, 294

Holmer, Mary, 38

Holmes, Abraham, 295

Holtom alias Holthom, John, 236

Holwell, John, 212, 213

Honthorst, Gerard, portrait-painter, 329

Hood, Michael, 143

Hookham, Richard, 283, 284

Hooper, Robert, 160

Hopton, Edward, "Acquitted of recusancy," 252

", Mary, "Acquitted of recusancy," 252

Hopkins, Thomas, 162, 230

Horsenett, George, 7

Horses of horse-granadeers quartered at an inn in St. Martin's-in-theFields, True bill against Edward Rumfield for giving bad hay to, 88

Horse-stealing, Convictions of, 236, 251

Horsley, Samuel, 321

Hoskins, Thomas, gent., 326

Hoss, Thomas, 160

Hoswell, Edward, 314

Hoult, Anne, 291

", James, 291

Houlton, Elizabeth, 149

Houltrop, Mathias, 231

Housebreaking and larceny, Convictions of, 12, 21

Houseman, William, gent., "reputed papist," 117

How, Simon, 327

", Thomas, 292, 300

Howard, Bernard, Hon., esq., 300

", Edward, "suspected recusant," 149

", George, "suspected papist," 102, 103

", George, 321

", Lord, Statues near Arundell Buildings belonging to the, 144

", Phillipp, knt., captain of a troop of Charles II.'s guard, xiv, xv, xvi, 10, 96

Howell, Andrew, gent., 88, 89

", Mr. William, one of the King's messengers, 188

Howes, Robert, 224

Hoxton, Engine-weaving-looms riot at, 64, 65

Hoyington, William, 291

Hubart, Mary, "suspected papist," 110

", Richard, 110

Hubbard, Mr., 91

", John, of Staines, miller, bound to answer for speaking abusive words of the Bishop of London, 165

Hudson, Richard, 231

Huckle, John, 6

Hughes, Francis, 310

", William, 316

Hulcupp, Francis, 292

Hume, Alexander, esq., otherwise Earl Hume, 40

", Alexander, the Earl, Murder of, 40

Humes, Robert, 201, 210

Humfrey, Sir Edwin, knt., 326

Humphryes, Serjeant Richard, xxxi, 62

Humphreys, Walter, 4

Hunt, Abbott, 3

", Richard, 24, 61

", Robert, esq., 53

Hurrett, Dominick, "suspected papist," 112

Hurst, Edward, 37

", Mary, 73

", Michael, 73

", Christopher, 93

Husbands, George, True bill for keeping an unlicensed school at Fryanbarnett co. Midd., against, 189

Hussey, Robert, 212

", William, esq., 326

Hutchins, John, 171, 324

Hutchinson, Adam, 153

Hutton, Edmund, gent., 211, 212

", Richard, esq., 71

Hyde, Bridgetta, 88, 89

", Edward, 34

", Mrs. Elizabeth, 122

", Lord Lawrence, 216

", Sir Thomas, bart., 88, 89

I.

Iles, Margaret, "suspected popish recusant," 223

", Mathias, 315

Inderwick's Side-Lights on the Stuarts, viii

Ingram, John, 153

Inman, Marten, "popish recusant," 131

Ireland alias Browne, Ann, bound to answer "for and concerning treasonable words and practices against the life of His Majesty," 140

" William, victualler, 323

" William, catholic priest, xxii, xxiii, 85, 86, 90, 277, 278, 323

Ireton, Henry, esq., 296, 297

Irland, Hugh, citizen and merchant-taylor, 89

Irons, George, 13

Isles, Rowland, 213

", William, 213

Istleworth, Twickenham and East Bedfont, Persons charged with driving sheep and assaulting a constable on the Lord's Day, 79

Ivie, William, gent., 41

Ives, Christopher, "suspected papist," 112

J.

Jackson, Randolph, of Whitehall, esq., 134

", Francis, 52, 53

", Leonard, 296

", Richard, "popish recusant," 128, 139, 245

Jackson, Richard, spirited on board ship, 245

", Thomas, 36

Jacmar, Mounseir Jacob, 149

James II., Robert Ashe, suspected of high treason against the King, 293

", Charles Bateman, charged with high treason against the King, 296

", Christopher Battiscombe, charged with high treason in levying war against the King, 296

", Lieut. John Boyce charged with high treason against, 327

", Lieut. Thomas Browne charged with high treason against, 327

", James Burton guilty of conspiring to levy war against, kill, and destroy the King, 295, 296

", Major Ventris Colenbine charged with high treason against, 327

", Dennis Dayley charged with high treason against the King, 293

", William Disney charged with high treason against the King, 293

", Ensign John Downton charged with high treason against the King, 327

", William Eales charged with treason against the King, 289, 293

", Ensign William Elwes charged with high treason against the King, 327

", John Ferneley convicted of and sentenced for high treason in conspiring to kill, destroy, and raise war against the King, 295, 296

", Richard Goodeanough charged with high treason against the King, 295

", John Halfe suspected of high treason against the King, 293

", Thomas Harford suspected of high treason against, 293

James II. Lieut. Edward Harrington charged with high treason against the King, 327

" Benjamin Hewlinge charged with high treason in levying war against the King, 296

" James Heyes charged with high treason in levying war against the King, 296

" Roger Hoare, merchant, charged with high treason against the King, 296

" Joseph Holloway guilty of conspiring to kill and destroy the King, 294

" Abraham Holmes charged with high treason against the King, 295

" William Jenckins charged with high treason in levying war against the King, 296

" John Jones charged with high treason in levying war against the King, 296

" Julius Jones charged wtih high treason against the King, 327

" John Kidd charged with high treason in levying war against the King, 296

" Henry Lawrence guilty of conspiring to kill and destroy the King, 294

" Henry Lisle charged with high treason in levying war against the King, 296

" Ensign James Mountague charged with high treason against the King, 327

" Richard Nelthorpe outlawed for high treason against the King, 296

" Capt. Thomas Norgate charged with high treason against the King, 327

" Mathew Norgett charged with treason against the King, 327

" Tracy Panceford charged with high treason against the King, 293

" Thomas Place committed to Newgate Gaol for high treason against the King, 312

James II. Thomas Pletsoe suspected of high treason against the King, 293

" Robert Richards charged with high treason against the King, 327

" William Ring convicted of and sentenced for high treason against the King, 294

" Colonel John Rumsey charged with high treason in conspiring to levy war against the King, 295

" Nathaniel Stronge suspected of high treason against the the King, 293

" Lieut. Robert Tempest charged with high treason against the King, 327

" Reginald Tucker charged with high treason against the King, 310

" John Webber charged with high treason against the King, 312

" The exception of John Webber from the general pardon granted by the King, 312

" Edward Whytehead charged with high treason in levying war against the King, 296

" Ensign Robert Younge charged with high treason against the King, 327

" Treasonable words alleged to have been spoken by Benjamin Burbecke against the King, 321

" Treasonable words alleged to have been spoken by Thomas Child against the King, 285

" William Shatter charged with speaking treasonable words against the Queen Consort of, 294

" Richard Walker committed to Newgate for speaking treasonable words against, 295

" Samuel Warner charged with speaking treasonable words against the King, 292

" Seditious and malicious words alleged to have been spoken by Cornelius and Mary Alder against the Queen Consort and the King, 319, 320

James II. John Austin charged with speaking seditious words against the King, 295, 296

" Seditious and opprobrious words alleged to have been spoken by Henry Barrot against the King, 309

" Seditious and malicious words alleged to have been spoken by Thomas Bennett against the King, 319

" Seditious and scandalous words alleged to have been spoken by Isaac Botchcraft against the King, 298

" Henry Bould charged with speaking seditious and treasonable words against the King, 327

" William Colborne charged with speaking seditious words against the King, 327

" Denis Daley charged with speaking seditious words against the King, 290

" Seditious words alleged to have been spoken by Dionisius Dally against the King, 296

" Seditious words alleged to have been spoken by Richard Drunes against the King, 319

" Seditious words alleged to have been spoken by Isaac Gunn against the King, 320

" True bill against Margaret Hambleton for speaking seditious words against the King, 315

" True bill against John Hathaway for speaking seditious words against the King, 284

" Seditious and malicious words spoken by Deborah Hawkins against the King, 285

" Seditious words alleged to have been spoken by John Hutchins respecting a recent proclamation by, 324

" Seditious and scandalous words alleged to have been spoken by William Ireland against the King, 323

James II. Seditious words alleged to have been spoken by Thomas Jenkins against the King, 327

" Seditious words alleged to have been spoken by John Jones against the King, 284

" Nathan Massey committed to Newgate gaol for speaking seditious words against the King, 327

" Seditious words spoken by Thomas Prime against the King, 322, 323

" Richard Richbell charged with speaking seditious words against the King, 309, 310

" Conviction and punishment of Paul Roach for speaking seditious words against the King, 313

" Seditious words spoken by Samuel Warner against the King, 288

" True bill against David Gibbs for making or procuring false keys wherewith to pass the private gates of the King, 312, 313

Jaques, William, gent., 113

Jarvis, Thomas, 315

Jeffreyes, William, gent., 13

Jeffries alias Jefferies, Sir George, knt. and bart., the Lord Chief Justice, seditious and scandalous words alleged to have been spoken by Susan Walden against, 262, 293

Jeffreys, Lord George, Lord Chancellor, &c., seditious and scandalous words spoken by john Bennett against, 299

Jemeison, Thomas, 120

Jenckins, William, 296

Jenkins, Jenkin, gent., 17

", Sir Lionell, knt., 216, 217

", Thomas, 327

Jenney, Thomas, gent., 3, 4

Jennison, Robert, gent., "suspected papist," 111

", Thomas, 90

Jeremy, Edward, 6

Jesa alias Gates, Eliza, 120

Jessimee, Elizabeth, 118

", Nicholas, 118

Jesus, Society of, 90

Jewars, Ann, "suspected popish recusant," 209

", John, 209

John, Peter, 118

Johns, Elizabeth, 232

", Peirce, 232

Johnson, Frank, gent., 289

", Jane, "suspected papist," 119

", Lewis, bound to answer a charge of concealing treasonable words spoken against Charles II. 131, 132

", Nathaniel, gent., 123, 124

", Ralph, 101, 102

", Thomas, gent., 277, 278

", Thomas, a soldier, indicted for deserting the King's service, 285

Johnson alias Trueman, William, 76

" William, 171

Jolley, Peter, 310

Jones, Sir . . . ., knt., 281

", Abigail, 5

", Anne, "suspected papist," 110

", Elias, 317

", Elizabeth, 316

", Francis, 278

", Gabriell, surgeon, 74

", Isaac, 61

", John, 31, 284, 296

", Julius, 327

", Katherine, 315

", Richard, 183, 234, 318

", Richard, "suspected papist," 110

", Robert, 289

", Sebastian, 108

", Symon, gent., 38

", Ursula, "suspected papist," 103

", William, 147

Jonson, Ben, The indictment of, 350

Jordan, Robert, 75

Jorden, Thomas, brewer, 40

Joy, Elizabeth, "suspected papist," 111

", John, 111

K.

Keene, Dorothy, 59

", Ogdoenus, 246

Keeping a school without a licence to do so, acquittal of, 168

Kelly, Thomas, "suspected papist," 11

Kemp, Edward, 53

Kempson, William, "reputed popish recusant," 107

", William, victualler, 143

Kempthorne, William, 28

Kendall, Christopher, 322

Kendrick, Jonas, 317

Kennian, John, 162

Kennedy, John, 136

Kent, John, 72

", Richard, 171

Kentee, John, 289

Kenyon, George, 278

Kerstern, Edgarus de, lxxiv, lxxv

Key, Ursilla, "suspected papist," 150

Keymish, David Joseph, catholic priest, xxiii, 92

Keyzer, Cornelia Dorothy, "suspected papist," 110

", William, "suspected papist," 110

Kidd, John, 296

Kidwell, Thomas, gent., 39

Kighley, Robert, 113

King, Charles, 142

King, Elianor, "suspected papist," 109

", Henry, "suspected conventicler," 255

", Jane, xli, 76

", John, 61, 70

", alias Roy, Mark, merchant, "suspected papist," 110

", Thomas, clerk, 292

", William, 80

", William, "suspected papist," 109

Kinns, Edward, 240

Kirk, Lancelot, gent., 101

Kirke, William, 22

Kirkham, Geoffrey, 36

", Richard, 95

Kirton, William, 43

Kisset, Edward, 245

Kiteley, William, 211

Knavish dealers in hair, xlvii, xlviii,

Knife-grinder, crime and punishment of an itinerant, liii

Knight, Mary, 74

Knight, Katherine, 66, 69

", Thomas, 74

Knolles, Francis, 7

Knowles, Hansell, "suspected conventicler," 223

Knox, Thomas, 237, 243



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