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Note: A page-number prefixed by a dagger † indicates a reference to a plate facing that page; a page-number in italic denotes a line illustration. The pages containing the substantive history of a parish are set in bold-face type. A pagenumber followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page.

Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may require elucidation: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Abp., Archbishop; Bart., Bartholomew; Bp., Bishop; bro., brother; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; chap., chapel(s) (of ease); char., charities; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church(es); Coll., College; Ctss., Countess; ct., court(s) (manorial etc.); Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; dom. arch., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gil., Gilbert; grds., grandson; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital(s); ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; jr., junior; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katharine; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; man., manor(s); Marg., Margaret; mkt., market(s); m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; pk., park(s); Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; rly., railway; Reg., Reginald; rem., remains; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; Sam., Samuel; sch., school(s); sr., senior; Sim., Simon; sis., sister; s., son; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; Vct., Viscount; Vctss., Viscountess; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William.

A.

Abingdon, John (fl. 1453), 222; John (d. c. 1472), 222; Wm., 222; fam., 246

Abitot, see d'Abitot

Ablington, see Bibury

Acre, Joan of, m. Gil. de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford (d. 1295), 131

Acton, John de (fl. 1349), 178; John (? another, fl. 1362), 178; Odo de, 178; Rog. de, 178

Adam the smith, 215

Adams (later Hyett), Wm., see Hyett

Adderton, Dinah, 77

Admington, see Quinton

Aelfric, Abp. of Canterbury, 176

Agg, Jas., 73, 76; Wm. John, 73

aircraft instruments, 3

Aires, Anne, see Jason; Sir Chris., 263; and see Eyres

airfields, 7, 81–82, 89

Alan, Abbot of Tewkesbury, 161

Alcester (Warws.), 84

Alcock, John, 205; fam., 197–8

Alderton with Dixton, 171, 179, 226, 252; Dixton, 223, 245; Rector of, 260; and see Carter, John

Aldred, under-king of the Hwicce, 8

ale-taster, 1

Alexander III, King of Scotland, 110

Alexander (fl. 12th cent.), 202; Phil. s. of, see Philip the chaplain; Sim. s. of, see Simon

Alfhere (fl. 10th or 11th cent.), 37

Alfield, Thos., 289

Alford, Sir Edw., 136, 153; Mary, see Hicks

Alfred, King of the West Saxons, 188 n

Alfric, brother of Odda, 48

Algar (fl. 11th cent.), 154 n; Brictric s. of, see Brictric

All Souls' College, see Oxford

Allanson, Thos., Rector of Hasfield, 285, 287–8

Allen, Ric., 144, 150

Alley (Alye), Edw., 162; Wm. (d. c. 1625), 168; Wm. (fl. 1640), 137

almshouses, see Bibury; Bredon; Deerhurst; Forthampton; Prestbury; Tewkesbury

Almundingtoun, see Elmstone Hardwicke, Elmstone

Alphege, St., Abp. of Canterbury, 36; figure of, 48

Alscot, see Preston on Stour

Alston (Alstone), Eliz. Louisa, m. Jas. Roberts West (later Alston-Roberts-West) (d. 1918), 83; Rob., 231

Alston-Roberts-West, Eliz. Louisa, see Alston; Harry Chas. Jas., 83; Jas., see West; Jas. Wm., 83; Sir Mic. Montgomerie, 82; Wm. Reg. Jas., 83

Alstone, see Alston

Alwin (fl. 1066), 12

Alye, see Alley

America, emigration to, 289

Amery, E. V., 185

Amice, dau. of Wm., Earl of Gloucester, m. Ric. de Clare, Earl of Hertford (d. 1217), 131

Ampney, Nic. of, 92–93

Anderson, Ellery, 186; Simpson, 180

angling, 123

Anne, St., figure of, 227

apothecaries, 123, 219

Apperley, Eliz., m. — Bridges, 38; Marg., w. of Rob. of (fl. 1328), 38, 98; Nic. of (fl. 1287), 275; Nic. of (fl. 1387, 1389), 38, 275, 276 n, 278; Rob. of (fl. 1328), 38, 98; Rob. of (? another, fl. 1345), 275; fam., 39

Apperley, see Deerhurst

appropriation, see (s.v. rectory) Beckford; Cleeve, Bishop's; Corse; Hinton on the Green; Prestbury; Preston on Stour

Archer, Edm., 12; Fred., 71; Geof., 12; Joan, m. 1 Sir Thos. Berkeley, 2 Wm. of Whittington, 12, 190; John, 12; Nic., 12, 23, 190; Wm., 71; fam., 190

architects, see Anderson, Ellery; Carpenter, R. C.; Chatwin, J. A.; Collins, Thos; Edgecombe, Edw.; Forbes, J. B.; Fulljames, Thos. (fl. 1863); Hopper, Thos.; Medland, John; Middleton, John; Moneypenny, Geo.; Phillips, John; Price, Ion; Scott, Sir Geo. Gil.; Sedding, J. D.; Shakespeare, Geo.; Street, G. E.; Trotman, Ebenezer; Webb, Phil.; Weightman & Hadfield; Weir, Wm.; Woodward, Edw.

Arkell, Hen. (d. 1878), 192; Hen. (d. 1916), 192; Hen. (fl. after 1916), 192; John, 189, 192, 194; P.N., 192; Thos. (fl. 1766), 192; Thos. (fl. 1835), 106, 192; fam., 193–4, 196

Arle, John of, 54

Arle, see Cheltenham

Arnold, Wm., 104

arrow-smith, 287

Ash, John, perpetual curate of Ashchurch, 185

Ashchurch, 110–11, 120, 137, 171, 172–88, 209; adv., 185; agric., 137, 180–2; Aston Cross, 173–5, 183, 187; Aston on Carrant, 172, 174–7, 180–4, †182, 187, 215 n, 246; bridges, 115, 173; chaplains, 184–5; char., 173, 179, 185–8; ch., 155, 172, 179, 184–6, 188, 241; ch. ho., 186; clubs, 175; ct., 172, 179, 184; dom. arch., 174–5; farms, 182; Fiddington, 136 n, 153, 155, 161, 169, 172–6, 178–82, 184, 187–8, 229, 237; fields, 181–2; Homedowns, 172, 175, 181–2; inc., 172, 180, 182; ind., 111, 145–6, 171–3, 183–4, 187; and see Dowty Group, works; inns, 172–3, 175; Isabel's Elm, 173, 187; man., 175–80; man.hos., 174, 176–80; mills, 172–3, 177–8, 180, 182–3, 185, 209, 215 n; Natton, 136 n, 163–4, 172–6, 178– 82, 184, 187; Newton, 172–3, 175– 177, 182, 184; Newtown, 151, 173– 175, 184, 241; nonconf., 163–4, 174, 186–7, 227; Northway, 171– 178, 180–4, 186–8, 242; Pamington, 172–7, 179–84, 187, 221–2; par. officers, 184; pk., 172; perpetual curacy, 155, 176, 179, 188; perpetual curates of, 175, 185–6; and see Ash, John; Bloxam, Mat.; Langston, John; Malden, John; Morris, Thos.; Parry, David C.; Parsons (later Hopton), Wm.; Romney, Francis Hen.; Smith, Wm.; Williams, Wm.; Wright, John; poorrelief, 184; pop., 175; rly. sta., 116, 173, 183, 246, 251; Rector of, 185; and see Chambers, B. H.; rectory, 185; roads, 116, 172–4, 188; sch., 166, 173–4, 187–8; spa (Walton Spa), 175, †182, 236; tithes, 177, 179, 185; Walton Ho., 173, 176, 185

Ashleworth, 274, 282, 286, 288; nonconf., 104; roads, 97, 273, 286; Vicar of, 288; and see Gegg, Jos.; Smith, Chas.

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, see Oxford

Ashton, Ric., 178; Rob., 178; and see Aston

Ashton under Hill (Worcs. since 1931), 171, 180, 184, 222, 243–4, 245–50, †246, 250, 255; agric., 246–8, 256; char., 249–50; ch., †208, 249, 256, 259; club, 246; curates, 249, 260; dom. arch., 245–6; farms, 248; fields, 247–8; inc., 248; ind., 248; inns, 246; man., 246–7, 253, 255–6; nonconf., 249–50; Paris, 245; par. council, 249, 259; par. officers, 248–9; poor-relief, 249; pop., 246, 253 n; rly. sta., 246; roads, 246, 252; sch., 250, 262; Shaw Green, 245; tithes, 249, 256; woodland, 245–6

Aston (Eston), Rob., 133; Rog. of, 63; Thos. of, 63; and see Ashton

Aston Cross, see Ashchurch

Aston on Carrant, see Ashchurch

Aston Somerville, 267

Aston Subedge, Wal. of, 276

Athelstan, brother of St. Oswald, 9

Athens (Greece), temple on riv. Ilissus near, 70

Atherstone on Stour (Warws.), 81–82

Atkinson, Hen., 176; Rob., 176

Atwell, John, 73; Ric. (fl. 1548), 63; (or Wells), Ric. (d. 1612), 53, 63– 64; Rob. (d. by 1553), 73; (or Wells), Rob. (fl. 1580), 53; Thos., 63

Atwood, Jane, 103; Mary, 103; Ralph, 91; Rob., 91

Aubrey, Herb., 91; Joan, 91

auctioneers, 123–4

Audley, Hugh de, Earl of Gloucester, 171, 211, 221, 238; Marg. de, m. Ralph Stafford, Earl of Stafford, 238; Marg. de, w. of Hugh de, see Clare; fam., 190, 197

aula, Wal. de, see Hall

Austin, John Southgate, Vicar of Leigh, 66

Avice (or Isabel), see Isabel

Avon, riv., 110–12, 114–18, 120, 137, 140, 150–1, 153, 262; fishing in, 112, 132; frozen, 114; Mill Avon (at Tewkesbury), 112, 114–15, 119, 132, 139, 141; navigation, 112, 114, 139, 141; Old Avon (at Tewkesbury), 112, 115, 139–40

Avonmouth, see Bristol

Awre, 103; Vicar of, see Sandiford, Chas.

Aylward, ealdorman, 154 n

B.

Baderon, Wm. s. of, see William

Badger, Anne, 39; Chas., 39; Giles, 179; Marg., m. Rog. Ferrers, 179; Priscilla, see Harris; Rowland, 135

Badgeworth, 207

badging, 44, 56, 287

Badlesmere, Bart. de, 222; Eliz., w. of Giles de, 222; Giles de, 222; Marg., m. John Tiptot, 222; Maud de, m. John de Vere, Earl of Oxford, 222

Baghot, Anne, see de la Bere; Edm., 73; Edw., 73; Geo., 73; Ric., 73; Thos. (fl. 1622), 73; Thos. (d. 1804), 76; Thos. (d. 1762), 73, 76; Wm. (d. 1579), 73, 77; Wm. (fl. c. 1600), 73; Wm. (d. 1724), 10, 73; Wm. (later Baghot-De la Bere; d. 1764), 10, 73, 76; fam., 73–74, 76, 78; and see Baghot-De la Bere

Baghot-De la Bere, Cyril (d. 1909), 73; Cyril (d. 1916), 73; Grace, m. Ric. Webb, 10, 73; John (fl. 1779), Vicar of Prestbury, 78; John (d. 1886), see Edwards; John (d. 1909), see Edwards; Sarah, 10; Thos., 10, 22, 25, 73, 81; Wilfrid, 73, 78; Wm., see Baghot, Wm. (d. 1764); Winifred Maud, m. R. F. W. Cumming, 73; fam., 69, 73, 79

Bagley, Hen., 88

Bagnall, Mrs., 19–20

Bailey (Bayley), Francis, 281; Hen., 255

Baker, Constance, w. of Sir Thos., 263; Eliz., m. — Hanmer, 263; Eliz., w. of Sir John, see Dinely; Eliz., w. of Sir Thos., see Berners; Sir John (d. 1558), 11; John (d. 1606), 11–12, 52; John (d. c. 1820), 264; Ralph Bourne, 99, 284–5; Ric., s. of John, 12, 52; Ric., s. of Sir Thos., 263; Rob. Jas., Rector of Hinton on the Green, 266–7; Sir Thos. (d. 1625), 263–5; Thos. (fl. 1645), 263, 266; Wm. (d. 1806), 264; (later Meath-Baker), Wm. (d. 1935), 99, 284, 288; fam., 91; and see Meath-Baker

Baker-Cresswell, Addison John, 264, 268; Eliz. Mary, 264

Baldwin, Abbot of Bury St. Edmund's, 98–99

Baldwyn, Bernard, 247, 249; John, 247, 256–8; Steph., 247; Thos., 247; Wm. (fl. 1576, 1593), Rector of Hasfield, 289; Wm. (another, fl. late 16th cent.), 247; Wm. (d. 1898), 247, 255; Wm. Hen., 247; — (fl. 1638), 245; — (fl. 1832), 245; fam., 245, 247, 256

Balliol College, see Oxford

Ballon, Winebaud de, 9, 283

Bamfurlong Lane, see Staverton

Banbury (Oxon.), 82

Banks, Wm., 260 n

banks, see Hartland's bank; Lechmere's bank

Bannister, Thos., Vicar of Staverton, 93–94; Thos. (? another), 95; Wm., 14; fam., 40, 94

Bannockburn, battle of, 131

Baptists, 24, 33, 49, 59, 80, 89, 104, 156, 163–4, 166, 169, 187, 227, 236, 242, 250, 262, 267; Seventh-Day Baptists, 163–4, 187, 227

barber, John the, see John

barbers, 123

Barford (Warws.), 267

Barker, Edw., 284; Kath., 224; Nic., 223; fam., 224

Barlaston (Staffs.), 230

Barnaby brook, seee Dean brook

Barnard, Chris., 40; John, 154; Jos. (d. by 1846), 40; Jos. (d. 1874), 37, 40; Wm. (d. 1846), 40–41, 43; Wm. (fl. 1846), 40; Wm. Fred., 37

Barnes, Ant., 202; Diana, see Dipper; Edw., 100, 134; Sam., 168; Thos. (fl. 1641, 1655), 202; Thos. (fl. 1716), 202; Mr., 202

Barnes (Surr.), 29

barns, notable, 8, 10, 198

Barrett, C. A., 277; Edw., 11; Eliz., see Dinely; Geo., 11

Barrow, see Boddington

Barston, Eleanor, m. — Hatch, 149; John, 149

Bartlett, Hen., 84; Jas., 287; Sir Thos., 84; fam., 287

Barwell, Wm., 84

Baskerville, Humph., 176

basket-making, 43–44, 248

Basset, Eliz., w. of ? John (fl. 1482, 1491), 238; Eliz., w. of Thos., 238–9, 241; John (d. 1396), 238; John (fl. 1482, 1491), 238; Thos., 238–9, 241; Wm., 238–9; fam., 238, 240

basta, pro, tenure so called, 74

Bateman, Benjamin, Vicar of Tirley, 105

Bath (Som.), 186

Batsford, 260

battles and encounters, 71, 116–17, 188 n, 190, 221; and see Bannockburn; Boroughbridge; Evesham, battle of; Gloucester, siege of; Tewkesbury, battle of

Baudrip, Eliz., see Wincot, Marg. or Eliz.; John, 238

Baugh, Rowland, 134

Baxter, Benjamin, perpetual curate of Forthampton, 207

Bayley, see Bailey

Baylis, Caleb, 215, 220; Wm., 215; fam., 257, 262

Bayning, Anne, m. Aubrey de Vere, Earl of Oxford, 52; Paul, Vct. Bayning (d. 1629), 52; Paul, Vct. Bayning (d. 1638), 52; fam., 12, 91

Beak, Hen. Thos., 29–30

Beale, Edw., 177; Mary, see Hayward; Thos., 203; Thos., s. of Thos., 203; Wm., 177

Beaman, A. A. H., 284; Madeleine, see Meath-Barker

Beard, Steph., minister or Vicar of Tewkesbury, 155

Beard & Co., 145

Beauchamp, Alice, w. of Wal., 211, 217; Anne (d. 1449), Ctss. of Warwick, 132; Anne (d. c. 1490), m. Ric. Neville, Earl of Warwick, 12, 132, 176–8, 212, 229; Anne (fl. 1503), m. Ric. Lygon, 190, 212; Cecily, w. of Hen., Duke of Warwick, 211; Eliz., m. — Willoughby, 212; Giles, 190, 211–12, 254; Hen., Duke of Warwick, 211; Isabel, see Despenser; Joan, w. of Wm. (d. 1411), 211; John de (fl. 1349), 275; Sir John (d. by 1401), 190, 212; John, Lord Beauchamp of Powicke (d. 1475), 190, 212, 254; Kath., see Bures; Marg., m. — Read, 212; Ric., Earl of Warwick, 132, 154; Ric., Earl of Worcester, 132; Ric., Lord Beauchamp of Powicke, 190– 191, 212, 275; Thos., Earl of Warwick, 211; Wal., 211, 213; Wm. de (fl. c. 1150), 253; Wm. (d. by 1287), 211; Wm., Earl of Warwick (d. 1297), 211; Wm. de (fl. 1321), 275; Wm. (d. 1411), Lord of Bergavenny, 211; Sir Wm. (d. by 1431), 190, 212; fam., 216

Beaufort, Dukes of, 153

Becket, St. Thos., Abp. of Canterbury, 117

Beckford, Wm., 257–8

Beckford (Worcs. since 1931), 72, 180, 243–4, †247, 250–62; adv., 259–60; agric., 246–7, 256–8; Beckford Cross, 251–2; Beckford Hall, †247, 251, 253–5, 261–2; Bengrove, 250, 252–3, 256–9, 262; bridge, 251; chap., 252, 259, 261; char., 253, 259, 262; ch., 108, 249, 251, 253, 256, 259–61; clubs, 251, 253; ct., 258; Court Ho., 251–2, 258; curates, 260; Didcot, 170, 243, 250–3, 255–60; dom. arch., 251–2, 256; farms, 258; fields, 251, 257; fire at, 251; fishery, 257; gas-works, 251; Grafton, 250–3, 255–9, 261–2; inc., 248, 252, 257–8; ind., 258; inns, 252; Little Beckford, 251–2; man., 180, 244, 246–8, 253–9; man.-ho., see Beckford, Beckford Hall; mills, 251, 258; named as address, 246, 266; nonconf., 59, 261–2; par. council, 249, 259; par. officers, 253, 258–9; pk., 257–8; poor-relief, 259; pop., 253; prehist. rem., 251; rly. sta., 251, 258; Rector of, see Peter the red; Silvester; rectory, 254, 256–7, 259; rectory ho., 252; roads, 245, 252–3; Rom. rem., 251; Saberton, 2 n, 250; sch., 251, 261–2; tithes, 256–7, 259–60; vicarage, 248, 259–60; vicarage ho., 251, 260; vicars of, 249, 258, 260; and see Biddle, Jos.; Chamberlayne, John (fl. 1551); Eedes, Ric.; Harper, John; Leicester, Sim. of; Louth, John; Lunn, Lebbeus; Russell, John; Timbrill, John; Topcliff, Thos.; Wilton, Wm.; woodland, 251

Beckford and Bishop's Cleeve area, map, 5

Beckford Priory, 253, 255; estates, 253–5, 258; priors of, 248, 254, 256–7; and see Daniel

Beckley, Jas., Vicar of Corse, 280

Bedford, Earl of, see Russell, Francis (d. 1641)

Bedford, 254 n

Beer, John, 13; Ric. de, 40

Beeston, Ric., Vicar of Tirley, 103

Bell, Edm., 209; John, 46; Thos., 63

bellfounders, see Bagley, Hen.; Farmer, Hen.; Hendley, Rob.; Keene, Ric.; Mears, T.; Rigby, Alex.; Rudhall, Abraham (bis); Rudhall, Chas.; Rudhall, John (fl. 1786); Rudhall, T.

Bellow, John, 179

Bengeworth (Worcs.), Deacle char. sch., 246, 248

Bengrove, see Beckford

Bennett, Jas., 118; John (d. 1634), 99; John (fl. 1664), 99; Leonard, 83

Beorhtric, King of the West Saxons, 154

Beorhtwulf, King of Mercia, 210

Bere, see de la Bere

Berens-Dowdeswell, Geo., 137

Berga, Rob. de, 199

Berkeley, Alice, m. Thos. Bridges, 12; Joan, see Archer; Marg., m. Nic. Matson, 12; Sir Thos. (d. by 1365), 12, 190; Thos. (d. 1405), 12

Bernard (fl. 1086), 12

Berners, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Baker, 263; Wm., sr., 263, 266; Wm., jr., and his w. Eliz., 263

Berrill, C. P. D., 37

Berrow, John, 238–9; Maud, w. of John, 238; Thos., and his w. Marg., 238

Berrow (Worcs.), 207

Berwick, Anne, see Rogers; Jos., 52; Mary, m. Sir Ant. Lechmere, 52

Best, Juliana, 168

Bethune, Rob. de, Bp. of Hereford, 78

Bettenson, Ric., 223

Bevan, Thos., 164, 169

Bible Christians, 104

Bibury, Ablington in, 28; almshouses, 29; Winson, 29, 31; and see Coln St. Dennis, Winson Mill Farm

Bick, Chas. (d. 1610), 232; Chas. (d. by 1662), 232, 235; Chas. (fl. 1700), 232; Chas. (fl. 1760), 232; John, 232, 236; Jos., 232; Kath., w. of Chas. (d. by 1660), 232; Thos., 232; Wal., 231; fam., 231–2, 236

Biddle, Jos., Vicar of Beckford, 260

Bigland, Ralph, 161

Bigod, Hugh, 9; Ric., 9; Rob. (fl. c. 1220), 9; Rob. (fl. 1546), 179

Bindley, W. A., 180

Birds Custard Ltd., 183

Birmingham, Fulk of, 40

Birmingham, 139, 186; rly. to, 7, 173; and see Gloucester & Birmingham Rly. Co.

Birtsmorton (Worcs.), Rector of, see Smith, Wm.

Bishop, Rob., Rector of Woolstone, 108

Bishopston, Philippa, m. Sir Wm. Catesby, 84; Sir Wm., 84; —, w. of Sir Wm., 84

Blackburn, Edw., 255; John, 255; Mr., 139; fam., 247

Blackwell, Isaac, 261; Jonathan, 261; Rob., see Green

Blagdon, Anne, see Ford; Edw., 191; John (? d. by 1790), 191; John (d. 1840), 191, 194; John (d. 1853), 191, 196; fam., 191

Blake, Wm., 8, 10

Bland, Thos., 179; Mrs., see Kemble, —

Blizzard, Thos., 169

bloodshed, pleas of, 1

Bloom, J. Harvey, 81 n

Blount, see Blunt

Bloxam, Mat., Vicar of Overbury, perpetual curate of Ashchurch, 186

Blunt (Blount), Edw., 201; Eliz., w. of Thos. (d. by 1459), 84; Margery, w. of Thos. (fl. 1538), 201, 208; Thos. (d. by 1459), 84; Thos. (fl. 1538), 201

boatbuilding, 102, 140, 145–6

Boddington, 89, 171, 180, 188–96, 269–70; agric., 192–4; Barrow, 188–9, 190 n, 191, 193–4, 196; Barrow Hill, 188; Boddington Moor, 55, 64, 92, 188, 194; Boddington Oak, 190; bridges, 188, 190; chaplains, 195; char., 95, 195–6; ch., 45, 93–94, 189, 195–6, 270; club, 90; ct., 193–5; curates, 195; dom. arch., 189; farms, 193–4; fields, 92, 193–4; Hayden, 54, 89, 188–96; Hayden's Elm, 189; inc., 92, 188, 193–5; ind., 194; inn, 189; man., 51, 54, 63–64, 91, 93–94, 190–4, 211; man.-hos., 93, †182, 189–92, 195; military incident, 190; mills, 56n, 65, 189, 193–4; nonconf., 196; par. officers, 195;pk., 188, 193; poor-relief, 195; pop., 90, 189–90; roads, 89, 189–90; sch., 95, 189, 196; spa, 188; tithes, 92–93, 192, 195; Withy Bridge, 54, 56 n, 188– 90, 192–5; woodland, 188, 193

Boddington brook, 188

Boddington Harriers, 191

Bohemians, at Kemerton, 210

Bohun, Humph. de (fl. 12th cent.), 9; Humph. de, Earl of Hereford (d. 1275), 9; Humph. de, Earl of Hereford (d. 1298), 9–10; Humph. de, Earl of Hereford (d. 1361), 10; Humph. de, Earl of Hereford (d. 1373), 10, 13; Joan, w. of Humph. de, Earl of Hereford (d. 1373), 10; Marg., see Gloucester; Mary de, m. Henry IV, 10; Oliver de, 10

Bolbec Abbey (Seine Inf., France), 175, 180, 246

Bond, Dan., Vicar of Leigh, 66

Bonville, John de, 211

boonseed, 137

Bordesley Abbey (Worcs.), 141; Abbot of, see Halford, Wm. of

Boroughbridge (Yorks.), battle of, 222

Bourton-on-the-Hill, 132, 148; Rector of, see Kemble, Dan. (d. 1761)

Bower, John, 39, 43; Rob., 95

Bowers, Mr., 39

bowls, 123

Boyce, John, 230

Braithwaite (or Brasset, Brayford), John, Vicar of Staverton, 93

Brand, Wm. Beale, 177

Brandard, Jas., 185

Brasenose College, Oxford, see Oxford

Brasset, see Braithwaite

Brawne, Sir Hugh, 83–84; Lucian or Lucy Anne, m. Thos. Mariett, 83; Sir Ric. (d. 1650), 82–84; Ric. (d. 1657), 83; Theodosia, w. of Sir Ric., 83

Brayford, see Braithwaite

bread and ale, assize of, 1, 77, 244, 258, 265

Bredon (Worcs.), 173, 188, 210, 212, 220, 222; almshouses, 223; ch., 218; Mitton, 110, 211 n; Westmancote, 210

Bredon Hill, 171, 209–10, 214, 243, 245, 247–8, 250–3, 257–8

Bremor, John, canon of Chichester, 20

Brent, Eliz., see Read; Ric., 239

Brereton, Rob., 72

Breteuil (or d'Ivry), Rog., 199, 253

Bretforton (Worcs.), 267

brewing, customary service of, 15

Brian, John, Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 20; Reynold, Bp. of Worcester, 20; and see Bryan

brick-making, 43, 146, 174, 205, 265

Brictric son of Algar, thegn of Edward the Confessor, 12, 53, 131, 154, 175, 190, 193–4, 199, 210–11, 221–2, 229, 237–8, 283

Bridges, Alice, see Berkeley; Blanche, w. of Edm. (d. 1408), 38; Chas., 8, 136; Edm. (d. 1408), 38, 99; Edm., Lord Chandos (d. 1572), 12; Edw., 38, 285; Eliz., dau. of Edw., m. John Throckmorton, 38, 285; Eliz., dau. of Nic. of Apperley, see Apperley; Eliz., m. Sir John Kennedy, 12; Giles (d. 1467), 12; Sir Giles (d. 1511), 12; Giles, Lord Chandos (d. 1594), 12; Giles (d. 1637), 8; Hen., 255; Isabel, w. of Sir Giles (d. 1511), 12; Jas., Earl of Caernarvon, 255; John, Lord Chandos (d. 1557), 12; John (d. 1731), 8, 136; Kath., m. Francis Russell, Earl of Bedford, 12; Ric., 136; Thos. (fl. 1405), 12, 99; Thos. (? another; fl. 1407), 140; Thos. (an infant in 1408), 38; Thos. (fl. 1467), 12; Wm., 231; fam., 33, 98

bridges, major, see Foss Bridge; Haw Bridge; Mythe Bridge; Tewkesbury, bridges; Wainlode Bridge

Bridgewright, Wal. the, 114 n

Bristol, 133, 140–1, 151; Abbey of St. Augustine, 274 n; Avonmouth, 139; rly. to, 173

Bristol, Archdeacon of, see Thorp, Thos.

Bristol area, stone from, 116

British Legion, 8, 61

Broadway, Giles, 8

Brockhampton, in Bishop's Cleeve, 1–2, 6–7, 18; agric., 14; dom. arch., 6; fields, 15–17; inc., 16–17; man., 11; pop., 7 n; sch., 25; tithes, 13

Brome, Rob., 84; Wm., 84

Bromsberrow, 276–7

Bromsgrove, John, Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 20

Brookes, T. H., 37, 51, 54

Brooksbank, J. L., 284; Madeleine, see Meath-Baker

Browne, Chas., 100; Eleanor, w. of Hen. (d. 1678), 285; Eliz., 277; Emily, 105; Hen. (fl. early 16th cent.), 284; Hen. (d. 1580), 284; Hen. (d. 1620), 53, 284, 289; Hen. (d. 1678), 285, 289; Hen. (d. 1688). 100; John (fl. 1330), 141; John (fl, 1529, c. 1537), 283–4; John (d, 1656), 100; John (d. 1681), 53, 98. 100; Lewis, 132; M. L., 132, 229. Ric. (d. 1572 or 1573), 62; Ric. (d; 1638), 62, 91; Ric. (fl. after 1638). 62, 91; Sarah Eliz., w. of Wm. (fl, 1859), 100; Thos. (fl. 1577), 62; Thos. (d. 1670), 277; Thos. (fl. 1703), 53; Thos. (? another, d. by 1710), 277; Thos. (fl. 1710), 277; Wm. (d. 1658), 53, 284–5; Wm. (fl. 1665), 53; Wm. (fl. 1691, 1699), 285; Wm. (fl. 1859), 100; Mr. (fl. 1672, 1691; ? same as Ric., fl. after 1638), 62; Mrs. (fl. 1672), 98; —, coheirs of, 100; fam., 278, 284

Browning, Agnes, see Rodborough; Cecily, m. Guy Whittington, 62; John (fl. 1387), 62, 92; John (fl. 1641), 202

Bryan, Eliz., see Despenser; Guy de, Lord Bryan, 132, 154, 161; and see Brian

Bubb, Benjamin, 53; John, 53; Lewis Bythesea, Rector of Coln St. Dennis, 29; Sam., 257–8

Bubwith, Nic., Bp. of London, Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, canon of York, 20

buchi, tenants described as, 74–75

Buckland, John of, Rector of Hinton on the Green, 266

Buckland, 265

Buckle, Eliz., see Venables; John (d. 1858), 53–54, 59, 231; John (fl. 1910), 53; Mary, see Surman; Ric., 136; Thos., 53; Wal., 53; Mrs. (fl. 1672), 53; fam., 51, 53, 59, 196

building trades, 18, 31–32, 43, 77, 84, 86–87, 102, 146, 183, 205, 216, 225, 287, 289

buildings, cruck-framed, see cruckframed buildings

Buketot, Wm., 221

Bures, Hawise de, see Mucegros; Sir John de, 190–2, 211; Kath. de, m. Giles Beauchamp, 190, 211–12

burgages, see Cheltenham; Prestbury; Tewkesbury

Burney, Fanny (Mme. D'Arblay), 161

Bursey, John, Vicar of Preston on Stour, 88

Burgh, Hubert de, Earl of Kent, 131; Isabel de, see Isabel

Burton, Joan, 33

Bury St. Edmund's Abbey (Suff.), Abbot of, see Baldwin

Bushcombe, see Woodmancote

Bushley (Worcs.), 96 n, 155, 201; land in, 201 n, 203; Pull, 275; Pull Court, 38, 115, 137, 153, 275–6; Pull Ho., 135

Buston, Ric., 219–20

Butler, Alan, 192; John (fl. 1455), 276; John (d. 1477), 192; John (fl. early 16th cent.), 192–3; John (? same as last, fl. 1547), 192; John (? another, fl. 1538), 199; John (fl. 19th cent.), 277; Marg., w. of Ralph, m. 2 Wm. Hurte, 192; Phil., 192; Ralph, 192; Sam., Bp. of Durham, 165; Thos. (? d. by 1333), 192; Thos. (fl. 1345), 192; Wm., 276; fam., 192, 277

Butt, Rob., 67

'Buttington', 188 n

Buttington (Montgom.), 188 n

Buttington Tump, see Tidenham

Byron, John, Vicar of Elmstone Hardwicke, 58

C.

Caddick, Thos., 164

Caen (Calvados, France), 156

Caernarvon, Earl of, see Bridges, Jas.

Calcot, see Coln St. Dennis

Calcot, see Newington Bagpath

Calvert, Nicolson, 154

Cambridge, King's Coll., 260; Provost of, 88

Cambridge Camden Soc., 218 n, 219

Camden, Wm., 111, 143

camomile, 204

Campden, Vct., see Hicks, Baptist

Campden, Chipping, 84, 88; highway district, 87

canals, see Coombe Hill Canal; river and canal transport

Cannings, Thos. of, 176

Canterbury, Abp. of, see Aelfric; Alphege, St.; Becket, St. Thos.; Juxon, Wm.; Secker, Thos.

Cantilupe, Wal., Bp. of Worcester, 154

Capel, Chris. (fl. 1737), 74, 76; Chris. (d. 1964), 74; Wm., 74; fam., 74, 76

Capell, Algernon, Earl of Essex, 136; Arthur, Lord Capell, 136; Dorothy, w. of Hen., 136, 166; Eliz., see Morrison; Geo., Earl of Essex, 136–7, 239; Sir Hen., Lord Capell of Tewkesbury, 136, 153, 166; Wm., Earl of Essex, 136; Wm. Anne, Earl of Essex, 136

Capper, Mary Anne, 239

Cardiff, Edw. of, 238; Joan of, m. John of Wincot, 238; Joan, w. of Edw. of, m. 2 Hen. Greyndour, 238; Paul or Paulinus of (fl. 1369), 238; Paulinus of (d. 1315), 238; Rob. of, 238; Wm. of (fl. 1166), 238; Wm. of (fl. 1248), 238, 241; Wm. of (? another, fl. 1263), 238; Wm. of (d. 1308 or 1309), 238; Wm. of (d. 1331), 238, 240 n; fam., 238

Carloss, John, 135

Carpenter, Geo., Earl of Tyrconnel, 247–8, 255–8; R. C., 218

Carrant, Alex., 183

Carrant brook, 110, 115, 172–4, 182, 209, 213, 245, 247, 250–1, 257

Carrick, Ric., 230–2

carrots, 139

Carter, John, Rector of Alderton, 223

Cartwright, Chas., 230; Jas., 230; Mary, dau. of Thos. (d. 1728), 230; Thos. (fl. 1683), 230; Thos. (d. 1706), 230; Thos. (d. 1728), 230; Wm. (fl. 1526), 255; Wm. (d. 1581), 230; Wm. (d. 1643), 175; Wm. (fl. 18th cent.), 230; fam., 236

Carver, John, 167, 169

Case, Hen. Ashton, 254–5, 262

Cassel, Mary, 25

Cassey, Dorothy, see Fettiplace; Eliz., w. of John (d. 1494), 47; Eliz., w. of John (d. 1508), 48; Eliz., w. of Rob., 40; Eliz., w. of Wm. (d. 1509), m. 2 Wal. Rowden, 38, 47; Hen. (d. 1595), 40, 176, 231; Hen. (d. c. 1660), 40, 176; John (d. 1400), 40, 47; John (fl. 1436, 1469), 40, 231; John (d. 1494), 40, 47, 231; John (d. 1508), 40, 48; John (fl. 1528), 231; John (d. 1676), 40; Rob., 40; Thos. (d. 1634), 36, 40– 41, 176; Thos. (d. c. 1660), 40; Wm. (fl. 1400), 40; Wm. (fl. 1484), 40, 231; Wm. (d. 1509), 38, 40, 47; —, w. of Sir John (d. 1400), 47; fam., 40, 47

Catchmayd, Geo., 53; Wm., 53

Catesby, Eliz., w. of Geo., m. 2 Sir Thos. Lucy, 3 Ric. Verney, 84; Geo., 84; Marg., w. of Wm. (d. 1485), 84; Philippa, see Bishopston; Sir Ric., 84; Rob., 84; Sir Wm. (d. by 1478), 84; Wm. (d. 1485), 84; Wm. (d. by 1534), 84; Wm. (fl. 1587), 84

catgut manufacture, 93

Catherine, St., figure of, 48, 66

Cavell, John, Rector of Woolstone, 108

Cayley, Sir Geo. Allanson, 185; Sir Geo. Everard Arthur, 185; Sir Kenelm, 185

Cecil, Rob., Earl of Salisbury, 10, 201; Wm., Earl of Salisbury, 201

Ceolmund (fl. c. 760), 210

Cerney, Phil. de, Prior of Deerhurst, 45 n

Chaceley (Worcs. until 1931), 95, 96 n, 100, 136, 199, 274; New Hall, 100; vicarage, 206–7

Chadner, John, 99; Sarah, m. Thos. Hopkins, 99

Chamber, Agnes, 39, 98; Joan, m. Thos. Davies, 39; John, 39, 98; Hen., 39, 98; Thos., 39; fam., 39

chamberlain, Girard the, see Girard; Ravel the, see Ravel; Sim. the, see Simon; Wm. the, see Tancarville, Wm. de

Chamberlayne (Chamberlain), Edm., 72; John (fl. 1551), Vicar of Beckford, 260; John (fl. 1602, 1612), 72, 74; John (fl. 1641), 76; Sir Thos., 72; fam., 72

Chambers, B. H., Rector of Ashchurch, 186

Chandler, S. (fl. 1964), 62; Sam. (fl. 18th cent.), 166; fam., 62

Chandos, Lord, see Bridges, Edm. (d. 1572); Bridges, Giles (d. 1594); Bridges, John (d. 1557)

change-ringing, 267

chantries, see Forthampton; Gotherington; Hinton on the Green; Staverton; Tewkesbury; Walton Cardiff

chaplain, Hen. the, see Henry; John the, see John; Phil. the, see Philip; Rog. the, see Roger

Chapman, John, 231

Charles I, 90 n, 117, 155

Charles II, 155

Charlewood, see Tirley

Charlotte, Queen, w. of George III, 111, 117

Charlton Abbots, 2

Charlton Kings, Charlton Park in, 70

Charteris, Francis, 255

Chartists, 123, 154, 273–4, †278; and see National Land Co.

Chartley (Staffs.), 192, 194

Chatham, C. H., 230

Chatwin, J. A., 158

Chedworth, Lord, see Howe, Hen. Fred.; Howe, John; Howe, John Thynne

Chedworth, 29

Chelmwich, Ric., and his w. Marg., 91

Chelt, riv., 51, 56, 60, 188–90, 194; tributaries of, 50, 60, 188

Cheltenham, Ric., Abbot of Tewkesbury, 161

Cheltenham, 72, 78, 229; as regional centre, 6, 18, 44, 51, 56, 67–68, 74, 77, 107, 139, 171, 184, 194; Arle, 91; burgage in, 58; cemetery, 67– 68; Evangelicals, 79; extension, 67, 70; Hewletts, 76; named as address, 19, 53, 60, 70, 72, 104, 106, 135, 161, 164, 288; nonconf., 80, 227; Pittville, see Prestbury; rectory, 53; rights of, on Cleeve Hill, 2; rly. to, 7, 111; roads to, 7, 51, 61, 68, 70, 89–90, 97, 116, 173, 189–90, 210, 220, 246, 263; royal visit, 8, 117; sch., 24, 60, 63, 80, 95; spas, 70, 175; tramways to, 7, 61, 70, 90

Cheltenham (Pennsylvania, U.S.A.), 289

Cheltenham Corporation, 71; electricity supply, 7; housing, 71; sewage works, 89, 188; water-works, 151

Cheltenham Gas Co. Ltd., 152

Cheltenham Hospital Group, 52, 151

Cheltenham hund., 26–27

Cheltenham Poor Law Union, 58, 78, 93

Cheltenham Racecourse Co., 71

Cheltenham Races, 2, 68, 71, 123

Cheltenham Rural District, 19, 44, 58, 65, 78, 93, 107, 184, 195, 234, 241; housing, 3–4, 7, 35, 61, 81, 90, 174

Chester, Mary, see Gwinnet; Thos., 53

Chew, Jas., Vicar of Corse, 280

Cheyne, Anne, m. Sir Thos. Roos, 254; Sir John (d. 1413 or 1414), 180, 246, 254, 256, 261; Sir John (d. 1420), 254, 258; Marg., w. of Sir John (d. 1413 or 1414), 254

Chichester (Suss.), canon of, see Bremor

Child, Reynold, 41

Chivers, Bridget, w. of Hen., 178; Hen., 178

cholera, 146, 150–1

Christ Church, see Oxford

Christopher, St., painting of, 22

Church Commissioners, 8; and see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

church houses, see Ashchurch; Forthampton; Leigh; Prestbury; Preston on Stour; Tirley

Church Pastoral Aid Society, 259

Churcham, Highnam in, 161, 222

Churchdown, 89; Staverton airfield, 89

cider-making, 64, 101–2, 174, 181–2, 221, 248, 278–9, 287

Cirencester, 29, 32, 111; abbey, 53; military incident, 13

Clare, Amice de, see Amice; Eleanor de, m. 1 Hugh le Despenser, 2 Wm. la Zouche, Lord Zouche, 131–2, 238; Gil. de, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford (d. 1230), 12, 125, 131, 134; Gil. de, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford (d. 1295), 22, 117, 131, 274 n, 275, 282; Gil. de, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford (d. 1314), 131, 147, 161, 238; Joan de, see Acre; Marg. de, m. Hugh de Audley, Earl of Gloucester, 171, 211, 221, 238; Maud de, w. of Gil., Earl of Gloucester and Hertford (d. 1314), 131, 161; Ric. de, Earl of Hertford (d. 1217), 131; Ric. de, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford (d. 1262), 131, 134; fam., 171, 190, 197, 221, 238

Clarence, Duchess of, see Neville, Isabel; Duke of, see Plantagenet, Geo.

Clarke, John, 178; Sam., 201, 206; fam., 182

Claymond, John, President successively of Magdalen Coll. and Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford, and Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 20

Cleeve, Bishop's, frontispiece, 1, 2–25, 171, 177, 184, 226; adv., 19–20; agric., 14–17; chap., see Gotherington; Southam; Stoke Orchard; char., 25; ch., 3, †17, 19–23, 21, 108; Cleeve Cloud, 2; Cleeve estate, 3; Cleeve Hill, frontispiece, 3–4, 6–8, 18, 21, 24; Cleeve Hill common, 2, 16; clubs, 8, 25; ct., 1, 9, 18; curates, 21, 23; dom. arch., 3; farms, 17; fields, 15–17; fire at, 3; Huddlestone's Table, 3; inc., 16–17; ind., 3, 18; and see Smith, S., & Sons Ltd.; inns, 7–8; man., 1–2, 8–16, 18; man.-ho. (later rectory ho.), 3, 8–9, 20, †208; mills, 17; monastery, 2–3, 8–9, 11– 12, 16, 19, 21, 53, 68; nonconf., 8, 24; Nottingham Hill, 3–4, 16, 18; par. council, 8, 19; par. offices, 18–19, 22; poor-relief, 19; pop., 7; prehist. rem., 3; rly. stas., 7; rectors of, 14, 19–23, 25; and see Brian, John; Bromsgrove, John; Bubwith, Nic.; Claymond, John; Cobham, Nic.; Cocks, Peter; Ewen, Ric.; Gate, Tim.; Holland, Seth; Leicester, Peter of; Nicolson, Wm.; Parkhurst, John; Pickering, Sam.; Prentice, Edw.; Scammel, Wal.; Townsend, Rob. Lawr.; Townsend, Wm. Lawr.; Turner, Thos.; Uvedale, Jas.; Valognes, Rob. de; rectory, 13, 16–17, 20; rectory ho., 20; and see Cleeve, Bishop's, man.ho.; roads, 7, 70, 228; Sapperton, 2, 9, 14, 250 n; sch., 22, 24–25, 60, 95, 109, 236; streets, etc., 3; Timbingctun, 2–3; tithes, 20; Vicar of, 19; vicarage, 20; Wendlesclif, 3; Wontley (Huntlowe), 1–2, 6, 9, 14–16; woodland, 2–3; workhouse, 19; and see Brockhampton; Cockbury; Gotherington; Southam; Stoke Orchard; Woodmancote

Cleeve, Bishop's, and Beckford area, map, 5

Cleeve, Bishop's, peculiar, 19

Cleeve Cloud, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Cleeve Hill, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Cleeve Housing Assoc., 3

Cleeve hund., 1, 1, 243

Clegg, W., 231

clerk, John the, see John the chaplain or clerk

Clifford Chambers (Warws. since 1931), 81

Clifton, Thos. of, and his w. Joan, 99

Clinton, Wm., Rector of Kemerton, 217

Clovesho, Synod of, 259

Clutterbuck, Eliz., see Fream; Ferdinand, 179; Fream, 178–9; John, 179; Thos. (d. 1614), 178–9; Thos. (fl. 1632), 178; Thos. (fl. 1669), 178; Mr. (? same as John), 179

Cnut, King of England and Denmark, 36

coach-building, 248

Coal Research Establishment, see National Coal Board

Coberley, 12

Cobham, Nic., Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 20; Thos., Bp. of Worcester, 20

Cockbury, in Bishop's Cleeve and Winchcombe, 1–2, 6, 13; Stony Cockbury or Cockbury Ct., 6, 13

Cocks, Cath., m. Edw. Stanford, 177; Chas. (fl. 1601), 177; Chas. (fl. 1667), 13; Chris., 177; Jas., 13; Sir John (fl. 1638), 177; John (d. 1729), 13; Jos., 9; Marg., see Thornloe; Peter (fl. 1593, 1612), Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 20–21; Peter (fl. 1682), 13; Ric., 177; Thos. (d. 1601), 20, 177, 183; Thos. (d. 1638), 177, 183; Thos. (d. 1682), 13; —, m. Wm. Russell, 9; and see Cox

Codrington, Sir Chris., 118

Coenwulf, King of Mercia, 199

Coke, Sir Edw., Chief Justice, 19; Thos., Earl of Leicester, 19; fam., 19

Colburn, Oscar, 31

Cole, Anne, 183; John (fl. 1327), 177; John (d. by 1509), 177, 222; John (d. 1524), 177–8, 222; John (fl. 1542), 212; Mary, 213–14; Rob. (fl. 1327), 177; Rowland, 177, 183; Thos. (fl. 1396), 177–8; Thos. (fl. 1623), 177, 183; Thos. (fl. 1711), 99; Wm. (fl. 1489), 212; Wm. (fl 1540), 217; (or Eyre), Wm. (fl. 1572), 177–8; Wm. (fl. 1772), 214; fam., 177, 181

Coles, John, see Cotes

Colevill (Coleville), Rob. de, Vicar of Corse, 280; Wm. of, 62

Collett, Hen. (fl. 1767), 108; Hen. (fl. 1803), 168; Revd. Mr., 106

Collins, Chris. (fl. 16th cent.), 277; Chris. (d. by 1920), 162; John (fl. 1609), 277; John (fl. 1902), 255; Thos., 117, 125, 128, 136, 169; Wm., 277

Coln, riv., 28

Coln Rogers, 28–29, 32; ch., 32; curate of, 32; Pindrup, 29; Rector of, 32; sch., 33

Coln St. Dennis, 26–27, 28–34; adv., 32; agric., 30–31; bridges, 29; Calcot, 28–31; char., 32–34; ch., 28, 32–33; club, 29; ct., 31; dom. arch., 28; farms, 31; fields, 30; Fossebridge, 28–29, 31; inc., 28–29, 31; ind., 31; inn, 29; man., 29–32; man.-ho., 28, 30; mills, 28, 30–31; nonconf., 33; par. council, 32; par. officers, 29, 31–32; Pigeon Ho., 28– 29; poor-relief, 32; pop., 28–29; prehist. rem., 28; rectors of, 32; and see Bubb, Lewis Bythesea; Grave, John de la; Hughes, John; Hughes, Thos. (fl. 1661); Price, Wm.; Taylor, Thos. (fl. 1559, 1586); Williams, John; rectory, 30–32; rectory ho., 28, 32; roads, 28–29; sch., 33–34; tithes, 31; Winson Mill Farm, 28–29

Compostella (Spain), St. James of, see James

Compton, Little (Warws. since 1844), 26–27

Conderton (Worcs.), 250, 252

Congregationalists, 24, 49, 80–81, 164, 169, 187, 227, 249

Coningsby, Anne, m. Sir Ric. Tracy, 255; Humph., 254–5, 259; Mary, see Lee; Sir Thos., 255

Connard, Anne, see Wakeman; Geo., 134

Conquest, John, 133; John, s. of John, 133

Consett, C. D., 37

Conway, Edw., Earl of Conway, 201 n

Cook (Cooke), Anne, 62; Edw., 222; Jas. (fl. 1592), 276; Jas. (fl. 1648), 276; John, 134; Hen., 134; Sir Rob., 153; Steph., 62; Susannah, m. — Dalton, 62; Thos. (d. c. 1558), 158; Thos. (fl. 1727), 62; Wm., 56, 77; Mr. (fl. 1781), 134

Coombe Hill, see Leigh

Coombe Hill Canal, 34, 36, 60–61, 65

Cooper (Cowper), Ant. Ashley, Earl of Shaftesbury, 153, 155; Sir John, 136; Mary, see Hicks; Ric., minister or Vicar of Tewkesbury, 155; Wm., 98

Cork's Hill, see Forthampton

Cormeilles, Alex. de, 255; Ansfrid de, 255; Thurstan de, 255

Cormeilles Abbey (Eure, France), 249, 256, 259

Cornwall, Earl of, see Richard

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, see Oxford; President of, see Claymond, John

Corse, Gil. of, 275–6; Idric of, 271

Corse, 38, 269–70, 271–81, 272, †278; adv., 279–80; agric., 278–9; bridge, 274; char., 281; ch., 45, 271, 273, 277, 279–81; Corse Court or Farm, 276–7, 279, 281; and see Tirley, Tirley Court; ct., 279; curates, 280; dom. arch., 273; farms, 274, 279; fields, 271, 278; the Hawthorns, 273, 277–8; inc., 271, 273, 278–9; ind., 279; inns, 274; 'Prince of Wales', 273–4, 281; man., 271, 274 n, 275–9; man.-ho., see Corse, Corse Court; mill, 279; Newlands, 273; nonconf., 281; Oldfield Top, 273, 278; Oridge Street (Oridge), 271, 273–4, 276–9; par. council, 279; par. officers, 279; Pillows Green, 273; poor-relief, 279, 281; pop., 273–4; rectory, 279–80; roads, 274; sch., 273–4, 281; Snig's End, 273–4, †278, 279, 281; Staunton End, 263–4, 281; Stone End Ho., 273, 277, 278 n; tithes, 278– 280; vicarage, 278–80; vicarage ho., 273, 280; vicars of, 274, 279–80; and see Beckley, Jas.; Chew, Jas.; Colevill, Rob. de; Gegg, Jos.; Gegg, Rob.; Jones, Edm.; Jones, Edw. (fl. 1793); Jones, Rob.; Jones, Sim.; Leominster, John; Pembrugg, Thos.; Rissington, Little, Wal. of; Smith, Chas.; Wyatt, A. H.; woodland, 271, 274–5; Woodrow, 273

Corse Chase, 95, 269, 271, 274–6, 282; ct., 275, 278–9; foresters and other officers of, 271, 275

Corse Lawn, 95–97, 101, 271, 273–9, †278, 282, 286

Corse Wood Hill, 95–96, 269, 271, 273, 282–3, 287

Corsham (Wilts.), 179

Costa, Mrs., 10

Cotes (or Coles), John, Abbot of Tewkesbury, 161

Cotswold Packing Co., 183

Cotswold Vale Hunt, 191

Cotton, Edw., 201; Geo., 133; John (fl. 1507), 133; John (fl. c. 1560), 133; John (fl. 1582), 208; Mary, w. of Ric. (d. 1607), m. 2 Sir Thos. White, 133; Ralph, 133; Ric. (d. c. 1560), 133; Ric. (fl. 1582), 208; Ric. (d. 1607), 133; Steph., 133; Wm., 133; fam., 133

Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion, 24

Courtaulds Ltd., 8

Coventry, Geo., Lord Coventry (d. 1680), 37, 226; Geo. Wm., Earl of Coventry (d. 1809), 37, 99, 101, 223, 225–6; Geo. Wm., Earl of Coventry (d. 1831), 37, 41, 43; Geo. Wm., Earl of Coventry (d. 1843), 37, 107; Geo. Wm., Earl of Coventry (d. 1930), 37, 117, 227; Geo. Wm., Earl of Coventry (fl. 1964), 37; Geo. Wm. Reg. Victor, Earl of Coventry, 37; Gil., Earl of Coventry, 37; Gil. Geo., Rector of Woolstone, 108; John, Lord Coventry, 37; Mary (d. 1890), 109, 228; Mary (d. 1892), 108; Thos., Lord Coventry (d. 1640), 36–37, 98–99, 106, 108, 223, 285; Thos., Lord Coventry (d. 1661), 37, 150, 168; Thos., Earl of Coventry and Viscount Deerhurst (d. 1699), 37; Thos., Earl of Coventry (d. 1710), 37; Thos., Earl of Coventry (d. 1712), 37; Wm., Earl of Coventry (d. 1751), 37; fam., 106–7

Coventry, barony and earldom of, 98, 106; Earls of, 153, 223; and see Coventry, Geo. Wm. (5 of the name); Coventry, Geo. Wm. Reg. Victor; Coventry, Gil.; Coventry, Thos. (3 of the name); Coventry, Wm.

Coventry (Warws.), 145

Cowley, Rector of, see Lye, Nat.

Cowper, see Cooper

Cox, Wm., 133; Dr., 250; and see Cocks

Cox (or Hayward), see Hayward

Coxwell, Anne, see Rogers; Chas., 11–12; Edw. Rogers (later Coxwell Rogers), 12; Ric. Rogers (later Coxwell Rogers), 12

Craik, Mrs. (Dinah Maria Mulock), 117, 161

Cranborne (Dors.), 154, 158

Crane Hill, see Woolstone

Cranfield, Frances, m. Ric. Sackville, Earl of Dorset, 201; Jas., Earl of Middlesex, 201; Lionel, Earl of Middlesex (d. 1645), 201, 275; Lionel, Earl of Middlesex (d. 1674), 201, 275; Mary, dau. of Lionel (d. 1645), 201

Craven, Eliz., w. of Sir Wm., 9, 72, 74, 191–2, 229; Fulwar, Lord Craven, 70, 72, 192; Hen. Augustus Berkeley, 9, 17, 72, 179–80, 182, 192, 194, 229, 233; Keppel, 180, 192, 229; Sir Wm. (d. by 1622), Lord Mayor of London, 72, 134; Wm., Earl of Craven (d. 1697), 9, 72, 134, 146, 191–2, 229; Wm., Lord Craven (d. 1711), 72, 192; Wm., Lord Craven (d. 1739), 72, 74, 76, 192; Wm., Lord Craven (d. 1769), 72, 192; Wm., Lord Craven (d. 1791), 72, 192, 229; Wm., Earl of Craven (d. 1866), 9, 72, 229; fam., 91, 134, 136 n, 179, 229–30

Craven, Earl, see Craven, Wm. (d. 1697); Earl of, see Craven, Wm. (d. 1866)

Creese, Jessie, 164, 262; John Wm., 156

Cresswell, see Baker-Cresswell

cricket, 123

Croft, Sir Edw., 230; Margery, 230; Sir Ric., 230

Croke (Crouke), Steph., 177 n

Cromwell, Oliver, 162

Croome Estate Trust, 37, 98, 106, 108

crops, less common, see camomile; carrots; flax; hemp; hops; madder; onions; osiers; teasels; tobacco; turnips; vineyards

crosses, 28, 59, 118, 162–3, 236, 245, †246, 251

Crouke, see Croke

cruck-framed buildings, 60, 68, 96, 126, 197–8, 245, 277, 282

Crump, John, 285; Thos., 285

Cudden, F. T., 72

Cumberwood, see Tirley

Cumberworth, Hen. de, 100

Cumming, Mrs. R. F. W., see BaghotDe la Bere, Winifred Maud

Curtis, Albinia, see Winstone; John Adey, 177; Peter, 98; Wm., 168; fam., 247

Curtis Hayward, Albinia, see Winstone

custom called Thomasing, 253

Cyneswith (fl. c. 900), 53

D.

d'Abitot, Osbert, 38, 98

Dallam, Thos., 162

Dalton, Sophia, m. Edm. Probyn, 62; Susannah, see Cook

Damsel, Ralph, and his w. Maud, 178

Danby, Earl of, see Danvers, Hen.

Dance, Nic., 212, 217

dancing, 123

Danes, incursions by, 47, 188 n

Dangerfield, Edw., 239

Daniel, Prior of Beckford and of Ste. Barbe-en-Auge successively, 254 n

Danvers, Sir Chas., 29; Eliz., w. of Sir John, 32; Sir John, 29, 32; Hen., Lord Danvers, Earl of Danby, 29

D'Arblay, Fanny, see Burney

Darby, Adrian, 212; C. G., 212

Darbyshire, Edw., 13

Darell, Edw., 29; Eliz., m. John Jeffreys, 29; Rob., 29

Darke, John (fl. 1553, 1587), 223; John (fl. 1775), 222–4, 258; John (another, fl. 1775), 225; Ric., 222, 226; fam., 257

Daston, Anne, 264, 266; Ant., 266; John, 187; fam., 266

Dauntsey (Wilts.), 29

Davey, Arthur, 256

Davis (Davies), Humph., 183; Joan, see Chamber; Ric. (fl. 1506–8), 183; Ric. (fl. 1548, 1571), 39; Thos., 38

Davison, Ric., 187

de la Bere, Anne, m. Wm. Baghot (d. 1724), 10, 73; Eleanor, see Huddleston; John, 10, 73; Kynard (fl. 16th cent.), 10; Kynard (fl. 1636), 10; Kynard (d. 1656), s. of last, 10, 23; Kynard (d. 1734), 10, 13; Marg., w. of Ric., 22; Ric., 10, 22; and see Baghot-De la Bere

Deacle charity, see Bengeworth

Deakin, P. R. B., 13

Dean (Deane), John, 63, 91; Wm., 202

Dean, Forest of, fuel from, 114; keeper of, 283

Dean brook (formerly South brook or Barnaby brook), 2, 6

Deane, see Dean

debt, pleas of, 1, 146

Deerhurst, Sim. of, 62

Deerhurst, Vct., see Coventry, Thos. (d. 1699)

Deerhurst, 27, 34–49, 60, 92, 269–70; Abbot's Court, 38, 41, 43, †44, 48; adv., 45; agric., 41–43, 54, 64; almshouses, 49; Apperley, Upper and Lower, 34–36, 38–44, 46, 48–49, 63, 98–99, 276 n, 285; Apperley Court, 35–36, 39, 43, 49; Apperley Hall, 35, 40; bridges, 36; and see Haw Bridge; Wainlode Bridge; chap., 46, 48; and see Deerhurst, Odda's chap.; chaplains, 45; char., 46, 49; ch. (priory ch.), 27, 34, 37, 44–48, †44, 46, 58–59, 65, 93, 102, 108, 195, 270, 279, 288; ct., 38–39, 44, 56, 65, 193, 195; curates, 45–46, 49; and see Edwards, Ric.; Fox, Humph.; Harris, Francis; Huntington, Rob. (fl. 1634, 1664); Troughton, Wm.; Deerhurst Walton, 34–36, 39–42, 44, 54, 63; and see Deerhurst, Walton; dom. arch., 34–35; dragon of, 36, 40; fairs, 41, 43; farms, 43; fields, 42; fishery, 41; Grey Hill, 34–35; inc., 41–43; ind., 43–44; inns, 36; man., 27, 36–44, 49, 52, 54, 56, 62–64, 192, 269–70, 276; man.-hos., 34–40; monastery, see Deerhurst Priory; nonconf., 49; Notcliffe, 27, 35, 37, 41, 43; Notcliffe Ho., 35, 37; Odda's chap., 34, 37– 38, †44, 46 n, 48–49; Olney, 36; par. council, 44; par. officers, 44– 46; perpetual curacy, 45; Plaistow, 38–39, 52, 56, 62, 64, 192–3, 195, 269–70, 279, 287; poor-relief, 44; pop., 35; prison, 270; rectory, 41, 45; roads, 34–35; sch., 49; tithes, 41, 43; Vicar of, 46; vicarage, 45; vicarage ho., 45–46; Walton, 34, 36, 39, 41–42, 44; and see Deerhurst, Deerhurst Walton; Wightfield, 34–36, 38 n, 39–42, 44, 49, 91, 176, 231; Wightfield Manor, 35, 39–40, 43; workhouse, 44

Deerhurst and Tewkesbury area, map, 57

Deerhurst hund., 26–28, 26–27, 50, 60, 95, 210, 243, 269–70; high constables of upper and lower divisions, 26

Deerhurst peculiar, 45

Deerhurst Priory (formerly Saxon monastery), 34, 36–37, 44–45, 48 n, 83, 88, 106; ch., see Deerhurst, ch.; estates, 26, 28–30, 32, 35–37, 41– 44, 50, 52–55, 58–60, 62–63, 65, 83–84, 87, 90–93, 95, 97, 99–100, 102, 106–8, 154 n, 190, 192, 195, 269, 274 n, 276, 279–80, 283, 285, 287–8; pension from, 58; priors of, 36, 38, 45, 52, 56, 65, 103, 279–80; and see Cerney, Phil. de

Deerhurst Walton, see Deerhurst

Defoe, Dan., 111, 144

Delamare, John, 201; Rob., 201

Denebeorht, Bp. of Worcester, 72, 199, 259

Denham, Sir John, 133; —, dau. of Sir John, 133

Denmark, King of, see Cnut

Dennis, Maurice, 201

Derneford, Clemence or Cecily, w. of Wm. de (fl. 1284–99), 38; John de, 38, 276; Ric. de, 38; Rog. de, 38, 269; Wm. de (fl. c. 1150), 38; Wm. de (fl. 1192), 38, 276; Wm. de (fl. 1284–99), 38, 49, 269, 276–7; Wm. de (fl. 1319), 38; fam., 269

Derneford, see Evington

Derrick, H. T., †183

deserted villages and hamlets, 2, 6, 82, 85, 252–3

Despenser, Edw. le (d. by 1349), 132; Edw. le, Lord le Despenser (d. 1375), 23, 132, 161, 178; Eleanor le, see Clare; Eliz., w. of Edw., Lord le Despenser (d. 1375), 132, 137; Eliz., w. of Hugh le (d. 1349), m. 2 Guy de Bryan, Lord Bryan, 132, 161; Gil., 40–41; Hugh le, jr. (d. 1326), 131, 141, 161, 191–2, 222, 238; Hugh le, Lord le Despenser (d. 1349), 132, 161; Isabel, m. 1 Ric. Beauchamp, Earl of Worcester, 2 Ric. Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, 132, 161, 173; Ric. le, Lord le Despenser, 132, 192; Thos. le, Lord le Despenser, 132

Devereux, John (fl. 1327), 275; Sir John (fl. 1386), 259; Rob., Earl of Essex, 117, 221

Devon, North, 140

Deykin, Hen., 164

Dickens, Chas., see Pickwick Papers

Didcot, Godric of, 221, 223

Didcot, see Beckford

Digges, Sir Dudley, 153

Dillon, Eliz., 168; Wm., 136

Dinely, Eliz., m. 1 Geo. Barrett, 2 Sir John Baker, 11; John, 11; Thos., 11

Dipper, Diana, w. of John (d. 1818), m. 2 Edw. Barnes, 100, 134; John (d. c. 1805), 100; John (d. 1818), 100, 134; Jos., 100, 201; Joshua, 100; Mary, see Gittos

distilling, 102

d'Ivry, Rog., see Breteuil

Dixton, John of, 211

Dixton, see Alderton with Dixton

Dobbins, Bernard, 258; John, Vicar of Tetbury, 262; fam., 257; and see Dobyns

Dobyns, Cath., see Yate; Rob., 276; Rob., s. of last, 276; (later Dobyns Yate), Rob., 276; and see Dobbins

Dobyns Yate, Rob., see Dobyns; Rob. Gorges, 276

Doddridge, Mercy, see Maris; Phil., 164

Dodo (fl. 8th cent.), 154

Dolmead brook, 236–7

Donne, John, 115

Dorset, Earl of, see Sackville, Chas.; Sackville, Ric.

dovecots, 4, 9–11, 13, 18, 28, 38, 41, 73–74, 108, 125, 174, 178, 183, 193, 197, 202, 231, 245, 257, 264, †279, 284

Dowdeswell, Anne, m. Rob. Wylde, 201; Chas. (d. 1706), 201; Chas. (d. 1713), 201; Chas. (d. after 1758), 136; Edm. Ric., 276; Eliz. (d. 1723), 155, 158, 162, 166; Eliz. (d. after 1758), see Venables; Geo., 230; John Edm., 149, 276; Ric. (d. 1673), 137, 153, 162, 276; Ric. (d. 1711), 276; Ric. (d. 1748), 201, 206; Thos., 137, 192, 276, 278; Wm. (d. 1683), 52, 191, 276; Wm. (d. 1728), 276; Wm. (d. 1775), 153, 162, 276; Wm. (d. 1828), 276; Wm. (d. 1887), 276; Wm. Edm., 276; fam., 38, 115, 137, 153, 191, 208, 275–6, 278–9; and see BerensDowdeswell, Geo.

Dowdeswell, 52

Dowle, Mary, see Newman; Thos., 39, 43

Downend, see Forthampton

Downing, see Stoke Orchard

Dowsing, Hugh, Vicar of Tirley, 103; fam., 103

Dowty, Sir Geo., 118, 153

Dowty Group, the, 145, †183; Ashchurch Works, 111, 145–6, 172–3, 183–4, 187, 216, 248, 265

D'Oyley, Chas., 30

Droitwich (Worcs.), 137, 142

Duckett, Lionel, 178; Steph., 178

Dudley, Joan, w. of John, Earl of Warwick, m. 2 Edw. Unton, 178; John, Vct. Lisle, Earl of Warwick, and Duke of Northumberland, 83, 178; Rob., Earl of Leicester, 72, 147, 153, 177

Dumble, Betsy, 185

Dumbleton, Odo of, 13

Dumbleton, 250, 253, 255; Dumbleton Hill, 250, 252

Dunn, Jane, 250

Durand of Gloucester, see Gloucester

Durham, Hester Anne, 81; Mary, 81

Durham, Bp. of, see Butler, Sam.

Dutton, Mr., perpetual curate of Forthampton, 207

Dyde, Wm., 118

E.

Eadmar, thegn of the Bp. of Worcester, 12

Eager, E. M., 10

Earl, Wal., 136

East India Co., 162

East Worcestershire Water Co., 210

Easthope, Sir John, 117

Eaton, Wm., 164

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 38, 52, 56, 62; and see Church Commissioners

Ecton, Ralph, Rector of Kemerton, 217

Edgecombe (Edgcumbe), Edw., 162; John, 100, 104; fam., 100

Edinburgh, university of, 29, 163

Edmund Ironside, King of England, 36

Edmund, Earl of Lancaster, 62

Edric (fl. 1066), 98

Edward the Confessor, 36–37

Edward I, 19, 110; as Prince Edward, 283

Edward IV, 98, 116, 229, 254

Edward VII, as Prince of Wales, 71

Edward, Prince of Wales (d. 1471), 161

Edwards, Jas., 41; John (fl. 1430, 1452), 92; (later Baghot-De la Bere), John (d. 1886), Vicar of Prestbury, 73, 78–79; (later Baghot-De la Bere), John (d. 1909), Vicar of Prestbury, 71, 73, 79; Mary, 289; Ric., curate of Deerhurst, 45; Thos., 10, 13

Edwi (fl. 1066), 39

Eedes, Ric., Vicar of Beckford, 260

Eeles, Hen., 30; Steph., 30

Eldersfield (Worcs.), 95, 196, 274–5, 277, 279; Hardwick man., 201; sch., 281

Elfleda, sister of King Ethelred, 263

Ellenborough, Earl of, see Law, Edw.

Ellings, see Tirley

Elliott (Elliot), Joshua, Rector of Woolstone, 108; Thos., 156, 162, 242

Ellis, Luke s. of, see Luke

Ellis, Guy, 13; John (fl. 1630), 13; John (fl. 1723), 13; Mary, 81

'Elmbury', see Portrait of Elmbury

Elmley Castle (Worcs.), 190, 211, 245, 258

Elmstone, see Elmstone Hardwicke, Elmstone

Elmstone Hardwicke, 50–60, 269–70; adv., 58; agric., 54–56; Almundingtoun, see Elmstone Hardwicke, Elmstone; bridges, 51, 61; chaplain, 58; char., 59–60; ch., 50, 58– 59, 270; ct., see Uckington; curates, 58; dom. arch., 50–51; Elmstone (Almundingtoun), 50, 53–54, 56; farms, 56; fields, 55–56; Hardwicke, 19, 41, 50, 52–55, 58, 65, 133, 234; hosp. (Tredington Hosp. and smallpox hosp.), 52, 151; inc., 50, 55–56; ind., 56; inns, 52; 'White Swan', 51–52; man., 41, 52–56, 63, 91; man.-hos., 50, 52– 54; mill, 56; nonconf., 59; par. meeting, 58; par. officers, 50, 58–59; Piff's Elm, 51; poor-relief, 58; pop., 51; rectory, 53, 56, 192; rectory-ho., 51, 53; roads, 51, 89; sch., 50, 59–60; Stanborough, 50; tithes, 53, 58; vicarage, 58; vicarage ho., 51, 58; vicars of, 58; and see Byron, John; Fowler, Hen. Bond; Freeman, Ant.; Gwinnet, Rog.; Hyller, Ric.; Williams, Wm. (fl. 1728, 1743); and see Uckington

Elree, John, 11

Elwi (fl. 1066), 62

Ely (Cambs.), Bp. of, see Yorke, Jas.

emigration, 35, 289

enches, customary tenants called, 137

encounters, see battles and encounters

engineering, 77, 111, 144–6, 183–4, 287; and see Dowty Group; Smith, S., & Sons Ltd.

England, Kings and Queens of, see Charles I; Charles II; Charlotte; Cnut; Edmund Ironside; Edward the Confessor; Edward I; Edward IV; Edward VII; Ethelred; George I; George II; George III; George IV; Henry I; Henry II; Henry III; Henry IV; Henry V; Henry VI; Henry VII; Henry VIII; Isabel; James I; James II; John; Margaret; Mary I; Maud; Richard II; Richard III; William I; William II

epidemics, 151, 253; and see cholera; fever; plague; smallpox

Erlegh, Geof. de, Rector of Kemerton, 217

Ermine Street, 7

Ernald (fl. before 1144), 72; Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Essex, Earl of, see Capell, Algernon; Capell, Geo.; Capell, Wm.; Capell, Wm. Anne; Devereux, Rob.; Mandeville, Geof. de

Essex, Archdeacon of, see Prentice, Edw.

Estcourt, Ric., 117

Eston, see Aston

Ethelmund, Ethelric s. of, see Ethelric

Ethelred, King, 263; Elfleda, sis. of, see Elfleda

Ethelric son of Ethelmund, 83

Etherton, Thos., 77

Eton College (Bucks.), 36, 180, 254

Evangelicals, 79

Evans, Geof., 106; Mr., 91

Evanson, Edw., Vicar of Tewkesbury, 156

Evenis, John, 49

Evesham (Worcs.), 139, 141, 173, 248, 250, 265; abbey, 88; battle of, 116; rly. to, 246, 251; roads to, 7, 210, 246, 250, 252, 263; Vicar of All Saints', see Hopkins, Geo.

Evesham Poor Law Union, 249, 266

Evesham Rural District, 216, 249, 259, 266; housing, 209, 246, 251, 263

Evington, in Leigh, 60–66, 91; agric., 63–65; Derneford, 63; dom. arch., 60–61; Evington Ho. (Evington Villa), 61; farms, 64–65; fields, 64; man., 62–64; man.-ho., 62; roads, 61

Evreux, Count of, see Montfort, Wm. de

Ewen, Ric., Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 20

excommunication, 20, 88, 163

Eyre, John le (fl. 1327), 222; John (fl. c. 1420), 177; Rog., 177; Wm., see Cole; fam., 177

Eyres, Caroline, m. B. M. Monsell (later Eyres Monsell), Vct. Monsell, 255; Hen. Wm., 255; and see Aires

Eyres Monsell, Caroline, Vctss. Monsell, see Eyres; H. B. G., 255

Eyston, Ferdinand, 219; fam., 219

F.

factories, 3, 18, 77, 93, 145, †145, 183–4, 210, 215–16, 287

fairs, see Deerhurst; Prestbury; Tewkesbury

Falstaff, Sir John (fictional character), 143

Fane, Sir Ralph, 176

Farmer, Hen., 59, 67; Thos., 213

Farnborough (Berks.), Rector of, see Price, Wm.

Farnham, John, 108

Farnham (Surr.), 133

Fastolf, Sir John, 221–2, 226–7; Millicent, see Tiptot

Faulkner, Sir Arthur Brooke, 61, 66

Faun, Elsie Gertrude, 231; Wm. Herb., 231

Fécamp (or Kemerton), Euphemia de, m. Gerard Talbot, 190, 211; Nic. de, 211, 217; Patricia de, dau. of Rob. de, 190; Rob. de, 190, 211; fam., 211

Fécamp Abbey (France, Seine Inf.), 27

Fendall (Fendell), Wm. 178; Mr., 91

Fermor, Marg., m. John More (fl. 1720), 40; Peter, 40, 48

Ferrers, Edm., 192, 194; Edw., 153; Hawise de, see Mucegros; Sir Hen., 177, 179; John de (d. by 1316), 190, 211; John de (fl. 1350), 190, 192, 211; John (fl. early 17th cent.), 179; Marg., see Badger; Rob., 192, 194; Rog., 179; Thos., 177; Wm. (fl. 1435), 192; Wm. (d. 1625), 137, 149, 153, 168, 173, 179, 185–8; Wm. (fl. 1636), 177; Mr. (fl. 1610; ? same as Wm., d. 1625), 149

ferries, see Haw Passage; Lode, Lower; Lode, Upper

Fettiplace, Dorothy, m. Hen. Cassey, 40

fever, 151

Fiddington, see Ashchurch

fields, open, see open fields and inclosure

fire, damage by, 3, 17, 51, 68, 70, 76, 99, 107 n, 108–10, 125, 156, 251, 264, 267

Fisher, K. G., 72; Wm., 125

fisheries, see Beckford; Deerhurst; Hasfield; Preston on Stour; Tewkesbury

fishing, 44, 102, 112, 138, 140, 205; and see angling

FitzGerald, Ermentrude, see Talbot; Hen., 211, 217

FitzHamon, Rob., 110, 131, 146, 154, 161, 199, 221, 226; Mabel, dau. of, see Mabel

FitzHerbert, Eliz., 11; Herb. (fl. 12th cent.), 9, 11; Herb. (fl. 14th cent.), 11; John, 11; Lucy, see Gloucester; Marg., 11; Mat., 11; Peter, 11; Reynold (d. 1286), 11; Reynold (d. 1348), 11

FitzOsbern, Wm., Earl of Hereford, 199, 203, 246, 253, 255–6, 259; Rog., his s., see Breteuil

fives, 123

Fladbury (Worcs.), 114

Flanders, Maud of, see Maud

Flanders, glass from, 261; pictures from, 23, 208

flax, 16, 55, 107, 257, 259, 265, 287

Fletcher, Abel (fictional character), 139

floods and flooding, 34, 60, 95, 97, 114–15, 119, 242, 282, 286

Fluck, Edw., 91; Eliz., w. of John, 67; John, 49, 67; fam., 36

folklore, 209; and see Deerhurst, dragon of

Foll, Hattil (d. 1881), 254; Hattil E. (d. 1936), 254

follies, 6, 69, 71, 120, 209

football, 123

Forbes, J. B., 70

Ford, Anne, m. John Blagdon, 191; Edw., 191

forelet land, 15, 74–75

forester, Reynold the, see Reynold; Thos. the, see Thomas; Wal. the, see Walter

Fortescue, Sir Adrian, 9, 229; Anne, see Stonor; Sir Francis, 9, 229; Sir John (d. 1607), 9, 229; John (fl. 1618), 9; fam., 179

Forthampton, Rob. of, Abbot of Tewkesbury, 161

Forthampton, 115, 171, 196–208, 200; adv., 206; agric., 203–5; almshouses, 198; bridges, 198–9; chant., 206; char., 208; ch., 45, 155, 197–8, 206–8; ch. ho., 206; clubs, 199; Cork's Hill, 198–9; ct., 202, 204–5; dom. arch., 197–8; Downend, 196, 198, 205; farms, 205; fields, 204–5; Forthampton Court, 136, 197– 199, 201–2, 206, †208; Hooze, 198, 202–3, 205; inc., 197, 204–5; ind., 205; inn, 199; man. 197–9, 201–4, 206; man.-hos., 202; mills, 198, 205; nonconf., 198, 208; par. council, 206; par. officers, 204–6; perpetual curacy, 206–7; perpetual curates, 206–7; and see Baxter, Benjamin; Dutton, Mr.; Fox, Humph.; Hall, Mr.; Hatton, Alex.; Kinget, Wm.; Plumptre, Rob. Bathurst; Terry, Mr.; poorrelief, 206; pop., 199; roads, 198–9; sch., 197, 199, 208; Swinley, 196–9, 201–2, 204–5; tithes, 203, 206; vicarage, 206–7; vicars of, 203, 206–7; and see Sanger-Davies, H. J. T.; woodland, 196–7, 204; workhouse, 206; and see Lode, Lower; Lode, Upper

Foss Bridge, 29

Foss Way, 28–29

Fossebridge, see Coln St. Dennis

Fotheringhay College (Northants.), 180, 254, 256, 260; Master of, see Russell, John

Fowler, Hen. Bond, Vicar of Elmstone Hardwicke, perpetual curate of Tredington, 58, 234; John Phillips, jr., 100; John Phillips, sr., 100

Fownes, John, Rector of Kemerton, 218

Fox, Geo., founder of Society of Friends, 23, 163, 281; Help-onHigh, 163; Hopewell, 163, 208; Humph., successively perpetual curate of Forthampton and curate of Deerhurst, 45, 163, 207–8

Foxcote, Thos., 11

fox-hunting, 97; and see Cotswold Vale Hunt

Framelesworth, Wm. de, and his w. Eleanor, 83

Framilode, Sim. of, 199, 201

France, wars with, 36, 45, 78, 253, 256, 259

franchises, see bloodshed; bread and ale; debt; fisheries; frankpledge; free warren; fugitives' and felons' goods; gallows; hue and cry; imprisonment; infangtheof; murdrum; shire and hundred court; toll; trespass; vetitum namium; waif; weights and measures; writs, return of

Francis, Sir Phil., 153

Francombe, John, 285; Wm. (fl. before 1658), 99; Wm. (fl. c. 1705), 99; Mr. (fl. 1757), 63; Mrs., 99; fam., 99–100

Frankish, Thos., 154

Franklin, Anne, w. of Sir Ric. (d. 1695), ? m. 2 John Twisleton, 255; Hen., 216; John (d. 1596), 255; Sir John (fl. 1624), 249, 255, 258; Ric. (d. 1615), 255; Sir Ric. (d. c. 1685), 255; Sir Ric. (d. 1695), 255; Sir Rob. (?), 255; Sir Thos., 255; fam., 180, 246, 254, 256

frankpledge, view of, 1, 18, 31, 44, 56, 65, 77, 87, 107, 146, 184, 194, 205, 216, 225, 233, 244, 248, 258, 265–6, 269, 287

Fream, Eliz., m. Thos. Clutterbuck (fl. 1669), 178

free warren, 1, 8, 37, 62, 68, 72, 81, 83–84, 190, 211, 221

freeman, John the, see John; Thos. the, see Thomas; Wm. the, see William

Freeman, Ant., Vicar of Elmstone Hardwicke, 58; Edw., 255; John (fl. 1469), 255–6; John (d. by 1550), 222; John (fl. 1827), 256; Margery, 264; Mary, w. of ? Wm. (d. 1764), 255, 258; Ric. (fl. 1544), 226; Ric. (fl. 1698), 255; Sam., 252; Wm. (fl. 17th cent.), 255; Wm. (fl. early 18th cent.), 255; Wm. (d. 1764), 255; Wm. (d. 1827), 255–6; Wm. (fl. 1846), 164; Wm. (d. 1934), 256; fam., 255, 257

Frewen, Paul, 163 n

friendly societies, 8, 29, 71, 90, 123, 246

Friends, see Quakers; founder of Society of, see Fox, Geo.

Frome, Canon (Herefs.), 212

fugitives' and felons' goods, 270

fulling-mills, 18, 216, 265

Fulljames, Thos. (d. 1847), 284, 287– 288; Thos. (fl. 1863), 284

Furley, E., 239

G.

Gage, Thos., Vct. Gage, 152–3, 162

Galley, Mr., 169

gallows, 1, 244, 258, 265

Gambier Parry, Thos., see Parry

Garnet-Lawson, J., 256

Garnons, Anne, w. of Peter, 30; Luke, 30; Magdalen, m. Wm. Vaughan, 30; Peter, 30

Gate, Tim., Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 21

Geast, Giles, 142, 167, 169 n; John, 142

Geers, Francis, 135; Jas., 135

Gegg, Jos., Vicar of Corse and of Ashleworth, 280; Rob., Vicar of Corse, 280

George I, 117

George II, as Prince of Wales, 123

George III, 8, 111, 117, 143; Charlotte, w. of, see Charlotte

George IV, 132–3

Gerald, Abbot of Tewkesbury, 158 n

Geree, John, minister or Vicar of Tewkesbury, 155

Germany, painted glass from, 88

Gibbons, Benjamin, 52, 91; Edith, m. — Stacey, 91, 191; John Skipworth, 52, 91, 191–2; Maud, m. Rowan Grice-Hutchinson, 91, 191

Giffard, Godfrey, Bp. of Worcester, 19, 22, 203

Gifford, And., 166

Gilbert, Alice, w. of Thos., 277; Thos., 277

Gilder, R. E., 100

Gill, Wm., 277

Girard the chamberlain, 190, 210–12, 215, 246–7

Gittos, Jas., Vicar of Tirley, 100; Mary, m. Joshua Dipper, 100

Gladwin, Rob., Vicar of Tirley, 103; —, w. of Rob., 103

Glamorgan, 238

glass, ancient, painted or stained, 22, 40, 48, 59, 79–80, 88, 94, 156, 160–1, 186, 227, 235, 249, 261, 281, 289

Gloucester, Durand of, 9, 72; Lucy of, m. Herb. Fitz-Herbert, 9, 11; Marg. of, m. Humph. de Bohun (fl. 12th cent.), 9, 13, 72 n; Miles of, Earl of Hereford, 9, 11; his sons, 9; Wal. of, 9, 13

Gloucester, Earls of, 18, 119–20, 133, 137–8, 146, 180, 190–2, 211, 216, 274; and see Audley, Hugh de; Clare, Gil. de (d. 1230); Clare Gil. de (d. 1295); Clare, Gil. de (d. 1314); Clare, Ric. de (d. 1262); Robert; William; bailiffs of, 137, 180; honor of, 110, 112, 119, 131, 135–7, 139, 141–2, 171, 180, 199, 211, 230, 238

Gloucester, 111, 117, 140–1, 148; as regional centre, 44; cast., 270; char., see Gloucester Corporation, Municipal Charities; cathedral ch., see Gloucester Abbey, ch.; ch. of St. Owen, 13; corporation, see Gloucester Corporation; ct., 264; furnaces, 97; gaol, 148; hosp. of St. Bartholomew, 14, 41, 217–18; hosp. of St. Margaret (St. Margaret and St. Sepulchre), 41, 54; ho. of Carmelite friars, 63; infirmary, 279, 288; Kimbrose hosp., 54; mkt., 118 n; named as address, 30, 40–41, 54, 67, 156, 277, 279–80; nonconf., 164, 281; parliament at, 117; plague at, 117 n; port, 140; rly. to, 7; and see Gloucester & Birmingham Rly. Co.; roads to, 35, 51, 61, 89–90, 97, 116, 189–90, 229, 274; sch., 66 n, 165; siege of (1264), 283; (1643), 8, 117, 221; tramway to, 61, 90; and see Tuffley

Gloucester, Archdeacon of, 261; and see Timbrill, John

Gloucester, Bp. of, 45, 58, 93, 207, 217–18, 234, 241, 266, 280; and see Goodman, Godfrey; Hooper, John; Nicolson, Wm.; Wakeman (or Wyche), John; Yorke, Jas.; estates, 264

Gloucester, diocese of, Chancellor, see Williams, John

Gloucester Abbey, Abbot of, 283; and see Parker, Wm.; ch. (later cathedral ch.), 158, 186; estates, 41, 244, 263–6, 274–5

Gloucester & Birmingham Rly. Co., 111

Gloucester cathedral, dean and chapter of, 32, 41

Gloucester Co-operative Society, 274

Gloucester Corporation, 41, 54, 217– 218; Municipal Charities, 51, 53–54

Gloucester Diocesan Board of Patronage, 20

Gloucester Rural District, 102, 206, 288; housing, 96

Gloucestershire, boundary of, 81, 172, 209; county constabulary, 152; county gaol, 148; county justices, jurisdiction of, 110, 148; escheator in, 180; Lord Lieutenant, 148 n, 149; sheriff of, 254; and see Wye, Thos.

Gloucestershire College of Art, 71

Gloucestershire County Council, 52– 54, 176, 279; county library, 8, 165; fire service, 152; small-holdings, 50–51, 56, 215

Gloucestershire Ministers' Testimony (1648), 103, 155, 185

Glover, Sir Thos., 255; Sir Wm., 83

gloving, 18, 44, 142–4, 150, 163, 205, 216, 248

Glynch brook, 274–5, 278

Godfrey the miller, 279 n

Godric (fl. 1066), 98

Godshalf, Wm. de, 176

Golbrond, Wm., 154

Golden Valley, see Staverton

golf, 2–3, 123

Goodere, Moses, 163

Gooding, Marg., m. Sir Wm. Strachan, 13; Thos., 13

Goodman, Godfrey (d. 1656), Bp. of Gloucester, Rector of Kemerton, 217–18; Godfrey (fl. 1762, 1786), Rector of Kemerton, 218 n; Godfrey (fl. 1830, 1832), Rector of Kemerton, 218 n; John, Rector of Kemerton, 218 n; Thos., 10; fam., 217–18

Goodrich, Anne, 81; Wm., Rector of Hinton on the Green, 266

Gotherington, in Bishop's Cleeve, 1–2, 4, 7, 14, 18, 105, 108; agric., 14–17; bridge, 106; chant., 19; chap., 19; char., 25; ct., 18; dom. arch., 4; farms, 17; fields, 16–18; inc., 16–17, 20; ind., 18; inns, 8; man., 1, 9, 14, 179; man.-ho., 4, 9; mill, 17–18; nonconf., 8, 24; par. council, 8, 19; par. officers, 19; poor-relief, 19; rly. sta., 7; roads, 7, 106; sch., 24; tithes, 20

Gough, Edw. Pountney, Vicar of Tewkesbury, 158; J., 259

Grafton, see Beckford

Graham, David, 225; Gerald, 136

grassearth, ploughing service called, 15

Gratwick, Thos., 73, 93

Grave, John de la, Rector of Coln St. Dennis, 32

gravel working, 258

Gray, G. B., 91; and see Grey

Great Western Rly., 7

Green (Greene), John, 155 n; Hen. (fl. 1407), 98; Hen. (fl. 1966), see Yorke, Hen. Vincent; Maud, w. of Rob. de, 98; (or Blackwell), Rob. atte or de, 95, 98

greens, village, 6, 81, 209

Greet, see Winchcombe

Gregory IX, pope, 259

Gresley, Thos., Rector of Hinton on the Green and of Polesworth, 267

Greville, Marg., m. Ric. Lygon, 53, 91; Sir Edw., 83; Wm., 53, 91

Grey, Edw., Vct. Lisle, 13; John, Vct. Lisle, 13; and see Gray

Grey Hill, see Deerhurst

Greyndour, Hen., 238; Joan, see Cardiff

Grice-Hutchinson, Maud, see Gibbons; Rowan, 91, 191

Griffin, Abraham, 99; Edw., 99

Griffiths, A. G., 63; Arthur Fred., 25

Grimes, Mark, 276, 281; Sarah, 281

Grove, Chas. Wm., 136, 151, 162, 169; Frances Emily, w. of Chas. Wm., 169

Groves, G. H., 13; K. H., 13

Guadagni, Louisa, Marchioness, 99

Gubshill, Wm. of, 133

Gubshill, see Tewkesbury

guilds, see Tewkesbury

Gunpowder Plot, 84

Gunter, Jas., 40, 223, 238–9

Gurney, Fred., Vicar of Prestbury, 79

Guy, Bridget, m. John Sandbach, 180; Edw. (d. 1612), 48; Edw. (d. 1639), 48; Ric. (fl. 1576), 180; Ric. (d. 1608), s. of last, 180; Ric. (fl. 1625), 180; Wm., 180; Mr. (? same as Ric., fl. 1625), 180; fam., 174

Gwinnet, G., 53; Mary, m. Thos. Chester, 53; Rog., Vicar of Elmstone Hardwicke, 58

Gwyn, Susannah, 105

H.

'Habene Homme', 210

Hailes, 28; abbey, 13, 23

Hale, Eliz., 262; John, 252; fam., 257

Hales, Anne, 185; Sir Chas., 185; Sir John, 185; Sir Steph. (d. 1668), and his w. Eliz., 185 n; Steph. (fl. after 1679), 185

Halford, Wm. of, Abbot of Bordesley, 267

Hall (de aula), Appolina, 133; Francis, 12; Joan atte, 231; John, 12; Sarah, 169; Wal., 84; Mr., perpetual curate of Forthampton, 207

hamlets, deserted, see deserted villages and hamlets

Hammond, Chas., 62

Hampden, John, 49

Hampnett, Wm. of, 103

Hampton, John Hampton, 134

Hampton, Lord, see Pakington, Sir John Somerset

Hampton Court (Mdx.), 162

Hanby, J., 40; fam., 40

Hancock, Anne, 162; Chas., and his w. Judith, 178; fam., 52

Hanmer, Eliz., see Baker; Sir John, 263, 266

Hanwell (Oxon.), Rector of, see Pitt, London King

Hardwick, see Eldersfield

Hardwicke, Earl of, see Yorke, Phil.

Hardwicke, see Elmstone Hardwicke

Harford, Ant., 132; John, 72, 132; Martha, w. of John, 132; Ric. (fl. c. 1556), 132; Ric. (fl. 1568), 132

Harper, Geo., 201; John, Vicar of Beckford, 261–2

Harrington, John, 185

Harris, Cath., m. Sam. Higgs, 39; Edm., father of Ric., 39; Edm., s. of Ric., 39; Edm., grds. of Ric., 39; Edm., gt.-grds. of Ric., 39; Francis (fl. 1652), curate of Deerhurst, 45; Francis (fl. 20th cent.), 229; Hubert, 229; John, 52; Priscilla, m. Chas. Badger, 39; Renatus, 162; Ric., 39, 52; Sarah, m. Ric. Haynes, 39; Thos., 162; — (d. 1713), 39

Harrod, organ-builder, 186

Hartland, John Allis, 37, 137; Nat., 37; Nat., s. of last, 37, 132

Hartland's bank, 124

Hartpury, 274; Vicar of, see Pembrugg, Thos.

Harward, Sam., 124

Hasfield, 95, 103, 269–70, 271 n, 272, 274, 282–90; adv., 283–4, 288; agric., 286–7; char., 288–90; ch., 45, 288–90; ct., 287; curates, 288; dom. arch., 282–3; farms, 287; fields, 282, 286; fishery, 287; Great Ho., †279, 282, 284–5, 287; Hasfield Court, 99, 284–5, 287–9; inc., 282, 287; ind., 287; inn, 283; man., 275, 282–9; man.-ho., see Hasfield, Hasfield Court; mill, 287; named as address, 53, 277; nonconf., 289; par. officers, 286–7, 289–90; pk., 286; poor-relief, 287–8; pop., 283; rectors of, 103, 287–9; and see Allanson, Thos.; Baldwyn, Wm. (fl. 1576, 1593); Longdon, Ric. of; Miller, Saunders Wm.; Moseley, Wm.; Osgar, Adam; Parker, Chas.; Porter, John; Sevier, Jas.; Wall, Hugh; rectory, 103, 287–8; rectory ho., 287–8; roads, 97, 273, 282; sch., 104, 289–90; tithes, 285, 287–8; Underhills, 282, 285; Wickridge, Wickridge Street, 38, 271, 274, 282–3, 286–7; woodland, 282, 286

Hastings family, 99

Hatch, Eleanor, see Barston

Hatherley brook, 89–90

Hatton, Alex., perpetual curate of Forthampton, 207; Sir Chris., 19; John (fl. 1662), 202; John (? another, fl. 1679), 203; Thos., 203

Haw, see Tirley

Haw Bridge, 34–36, †71, 95–97, 274

Haw Passage, 35–36, 95–97, 102

Hawker, Edw., 46

Hawkins, Anne, see Wood; Jeremiah, 97, 99, 271; Thos., 49; Wm. (fl. 1790), 277; Wm. (d. 1847), 277; Wm. (fl. 1847), 277; fam., 277

Hawtrey, Wm., 176

Hay, Eustachia, see Neville; Trian; John de, 221; Ralph de, 221, 226; Rog. de la, 91

Hayden, Ralph of, 192; Ric. of, 191

Hayden, see Boddington

Hayhurst-France, Atherton Hen., 30

Hayme, Adam, 13; Joan, dau. of Ric., 13; Joan, w. of Ric., 13; Ric., 13

Haymes, see Southam

Haynes (Heynes), Isaac, 164; Ric. (d 1626), 179; Ric. (d. 1630), 179; Ric., s. of last, 179; Ric. (fl. c. 1730), 39; Sarah, see Harris; Thos., 188; Wm. (fl. 1726), 177; Wm. (fl. 1813), 178; fam., 179

Hayward, Albinia, see Winstone; Chas. (fl. c. 1757), 203; Chas. (fl. 1771), 203; Chas. (d. 1803), 177; (or Cox), Chrysagon, m. Chas. Hayward, 203; Eliz., 208; (or Cox), Hopewell (fl. before 1679), 203; (or Cox), Hopewell (d. 1722), 203; Hopewell (d. 1766), 203; Hopewell (fl. 1791), 203, 205; (or Cox), Joan, w. of Thos. (d. 1620), 203; John (d. c. 1544), 203; (or Cox), Mary, m. Thos. Beale, 203; Mercy, see Parsons; (or Cox), Phil., 203; (or Cox), Philippa, m. — Wilmot, 203; Thos. (fl. 1538), 203; (or Cox), Thos. (d. 1620), 203, 208; Thos. (d. 1641), 203, 208; (or Cox), Thos. (d. 1668), 201, 203; (or Cox), Thos. (d. 1742), 203, 208; (or Cox), Thos. (d. c. 1757), 203; Thos. (d. 1782), 8, 177; (or Cox), Wm. (d. by 1580), 203; (or Cox), Wm. (d. 1696), 203; (or Cox), Wm. (d. 1709), 203; Wm. (fl. 1768), 203; (later Hayward Winstone), Wm., 177; Miss, m. Thos. Nash, 203; fam., 202–3, 208

Hazelwood, Edw., 139

Hazledine, Wm., 115

Head, Joshua, 24

Healing, Alfred, 136; Sam., 134; fam., 40, 139

Heard, Hannah, 164

Hebblet, Mrs., 91

Hebrew Christian Testimony to Israel, 165

Heke, Thos., 290

Hemming, Miss M.A., 20

Hemp, 16, 214, 224

Henbury, see Westbury-on-Trym

Hendley, Rob., 196

Heneage, Sir Thos., 239

Henriques, Rob., 29

Henry I, 53, 131, 146, 199, 253

Henry II, 253–4

Henry III, 77, 110

Henry IV, 10

Henry V, 36; Cath., w. of, see Valois

Henry VI, 10; Marg., w. of, see Margaret

Henry VII, 132

Henry VIII, 117, 156

Henry son of Robert Tony, 277

Henry the chaplain, 267

Henry the smith, 277, 279; his s. Wm., see William

Hepworth, Rob., perpetual curate of Tredington, 234; Herbert, Sir Wm. (fl. 1547–8), 134 Wm., Earl of Pembroke (d. 1630), 73

Hereford, Earls of, 9–10, 253; and see Bohun, Humph. de (4 of the name); Fitz-Osbern, Wm.; Gloucester, Miles of

Hereford, 116; bps. of, 259; and see Bethune, Rob. de; Melun, Rob. de; Vere, Wm. de; Wulfheard; estates, 26–27, 68, 71–72, 74–78; dean and precentor of, 72, 78

Hermer (fl. 1066), 12

Heron, John, 98

Hertford, Earl of, see Clare, Gil. de (d. 1230); Clare, Gil. de (d. 1295); Clare, Gil. de (d. 1314); Clare, Ric. de (d. 1217); Clare Ric. de (d. 1262)

Hervey, Thos., 256

Hewletts, see Cheltenham

Heydon, see Leigh

Heynes, see Haynes

Hicks, Baptist, Vct. Campden, 136, 153, 155, 158, 168, 239; Marg., 167–8; Mary, m. 1 Sir Chas. Morrison, 2 Sir John Cowper, 3 Sir Edw. Alford, 136, 153; Randolph, 185; Sir Wm. (fl. 1628), 153; Wm. (fl. 1822), 249; fam., 247

Hide family, 193

Higford, Hen., 248; John, 223; Wm., 223; fam., 245, 247

Higgins, Edw., 183, 185; Eliza Ann, see Hill; Jos., 63; Wm., 183, 185

Higgs, Cath., see Harris; Sam., 39

Highnam, see Churcham

Hilary, m. Roger the mercer, 54

Hill, Eliza Ann, m. Jos. Higgins, 63; Frances, m. Edm. Rudge, 63; Ric., 63; John, 63; Wm., 63–64; fam., 61, 63

Hinman, John, Rector of Kemerton, 218

Hinton, Hen. of, 267; Thos. of, 264; his s. Rob., see Robert

Hinton on the Green (Worcs. since 1931), 243–4, 262–8; adv., 266; agric., 264–5; bridges, 263; chant., 267; char., see Laslett, Wm., his trustees; ch., 262–3, 264 n, 266–7; ct., 264–6; dom. arch., 263; farms, 265; fields, 265; fires at, 264, 267; inc., 265; ind., 265; man., 263–6, 268; man.-ho., 262–4, †279; military incident, 264; mills, 263, 265; nonconf., 267; par. council, 266; par. officers, 266; poor-relief, 266; pop., 263; rly. sta., 263, 265; rectors of, 266–7; and see Baker, Rob. Jas.; Buckland, John of; Goodrich, Wm.; Gresley, Thos.; Lynsecombe, Wm.; Mills, Francis; Peyton, Wm.; Pitt, London King; Preedy, Benjamin; Southern, Sim.; Willis, Wm.; rectory, 266; rectory ho., 266; roads, 263; sch., 268; tithes, 264, 266; woodland, 262

Historic Buildings Council, 10

Hobbs, Mic., 220 n; fam., 225

Hodnet, Nic. of, 39

Holcombe brook, 245

Holland, Edw., 255; Seth, Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 21

Holland-Martin family, 212

Holliday, Wm., 19

Holloway, John, 192

Homedowns, see Ashchurch

Hone, Geo., 133; J. F., Vicar of Tirley, 103; Ric., 18

Honeybourne, Church (Worcs.), 7

Hooper, John, Bp. of Gloucester, 267

Hooze, see Forthampton

Hopkins, Eliz., see Miniett; Geo., Vicar of All Saints', Evesham, 155; J. T., 98; John, 98; Josiah, 104; Miss S. A., 99; Sarah, see Chadner; Thos. (fl. 18th cent.), 99; Thos. (fl. 1919), 100; fam., 98–99

Hopper, Thos., 85

hops, 182, 204, 214, 278

Hopton, Bertha, m. Wal. MynorsBaskerville, 212; Eliz., 155, 158, 168; John (d. 1870), 212; John (d. 1891), 210, 212; (formerly Hunt), John Dutton, see Hunt; Ric. Cope, 212; (formerly Hunt), Sybil Maud, see Mynors-Baskerville; (formerly Parsons), Wm., see Parsons; fam., 210, 218–19

Horniold, Geo. (fl. 1614), 212; Geo. (fl. 1684), 212

Horrocks, Rog., Vicar of Preston on Stour, 88

horse-racing, 2, 68, 71, 123, 164

Horsham, Marg., 288, 290; Ric., 275, 290

Horsley, Wm., 72

Horston, Thos., 256

Hoskins, John, 288

Houlbrooke, J., 38

Houldey, Wm., 277

houses, medieval, 10, 20, 37, 40, 72– 73, 89–90, 126, 128–30, 197, 202, 245, 277; and see cruck-framed buildings

Housman, A. E., 243 n

Howe, Hen. Fred., Lord Chedworth, 176; John, Lord Chedworth (d. 1742), 176; John, Lord Chedworth (d. 1804), 176; John Grubham, 176; John Thynne, Lord Chedworth, 176

Howell, Geo. Potter, 164; —, 289

Howse, John, 30; —, 28; fam., 30– 31, 33

Huddleston, Eleanor, m. Kynard de la Bere, 10; John (d. 1513), 10; Sir John (d. 1547), 10, 23; fam., 3, 22

Huddlestone's Table, see Cleeve, Bishop's

hue and cry, 1

Hughes, Bridges, 77; John, Rector of Coln St. Dennis, 32; Thos. (fl. 1557), 212; Thos. (fl. 1608), 212– 13, 217; Thos. (fl. 1661), Rector of Coln St. Dennis, 32; Thos. (fl. late 17th cent.), 32; Thos. (fl. 1836), 77; fam., 32–33, 217

Hull, Margery, 128

Hull, see Kingston upon Hull

Hulls family, 274

Humber brook, 81

Humphrey, John, 228

Hunks, Frances, w. of John, 83; John, 83–84; Thos. (d. 1559), 83; Thos. (fl. 1594), 83–84

Hunt (later Hopton), John Dutton, 212; Sybil Maud, see MynorsBaskerville

hunting, see fox-hunting; Cotswold Vale Hunt

Huntingdon, see Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion

Huntington, Benjamin, 49, 67; Rob. (fl. 1634, 1664), curate of Deerhurst, Vicar of Leigh, 45, 66–67; Dr. Rob. (d. 1701), Bp. of Raphoe, 49, 66–67

Huntlowe, see Cleeve, Bishop's, Wontley

Hurdman, Geo., 99; Marg., w. of Wm., 99; Wm., 99

Hurte, Marg., see Butler; Wm., 192

Hutchinson, Jas., 9; —, 9

Hwicce, under-king of the, see Aldred; Uhtred

Hyde brook (formerly Tirle brook), 2–3, 7, 67, 70

Hyett, Anne, w. of John Edw., 239; Benjamin (fl. 1694, 1699), 285; Benjamin (d. 1810), 285, 287; Chas., 285; John Edw., 239; Nic., 285; Thos., 13; (formerly Adams), Wm., 285; fam., 286–7

Hyller, Ric., Vicar of Elmstone Hardwicke, 58

I.

Ilissus, riv., see Athens

Ilmington (Warws.), Lark Stoke, 84

imprisonment, franchise of, 146

inclosure, see open fields and inclosure

Independents, 24, 45, 155, 164–6, 185, 262

industry, trade, and professions, 142–6; and see aircraft instruments; architects; apothecaries; arrow-smith; auctioneers; badging; banks; barbers; basket-making; bellfounders; boatbuilding; brickmaking; building trades; cat-gut manufacture; cider-making; coachbuilding; distilling; engineering; factories; fishing; fulling-mill; gloving; gravel working; laundries; lawyers; leather; limekiln; malting; mills; millwright; musicians; mustard; National Coal Board; physicians; printing; quarrying; racehorse-training; shoemaking; silk; stocking-knitting; surgeons; surveyors; textile trades; tourism; vintners; watch-manufacture

infangtheof, 146, 205

inhook, 265

Inman, Wm., 288

Insall, Edwin, & Co., 145

instruments, aircraft, see aircraft instruments

Iorwerth, Llywelyn ap, see Llywelyn

Ireland, 140–1

ironwork, service of making, 138

Isabel, Queen, w. of Edward III, 132

Isabel (or Avice), dau. of Wm., Earl of Gloucester, m. 1 John (later King of England), 2 Geof. de Mandeville, Earl of Essex, 3 Hubert de Burgh, Earl of Kent, 131

Isabel's Elm, see Ashchurch

Isbourne, riv., 262–3, 265

Islington (London, formerly Mdx.), 88

J.

Jackson, John, 83; Ric., 136

Jago, Ric., 81

James, St., of Compostella, life of, depicted, 23

James I, 147–8

James II, 13, 149, 153

James, Mrs., 239

Jason, Anne, w. of Sir Rob. (d. by 1675), m. 2 Sir Chris. Aires, 3 David Warren, 263; Anne, w. of Sir Rob. (d. by 1727), see Warren; Mary, w. of Sir Rob. (d. 1738), m. 2 Jos. Swayne, 263; Sir Rob. (d. by 1675), 263–4; Sir Rob. (d. by 1727), 263; Sir Rob. (d. 1738), 263; Sir Warren, 263, 266

Jeffreys, Edm. Fred., 29; Edm. Ric., 29; Eliz., see Darell; John, 29

Jeffs family, 86

Jelf, Ric., 275

Jerningham, Hen., 132, 275; fam., 132

Jesus College, Oxford, see Oxford

Jews, see Tewkesbury

Jeynes, David, 231; Rob. (fl. 1555), 231; Rob. (fl. 1625), 231; Thos., 231; John the Baptist, St., figures of, 47, 227

John, King, 110, 114, 125, 131, 147, 180, 221

John the barber, 12 n

John the chaplain of Ashchurch, 184

John the chaplain or clerk of Tirley, 102 n

John the freeman, 41

John the priest of Tirley, 102

John the spicer, 142

John Halifax, Gentleman, 117, 139, 161

Johnstone, J. E. St. G., 274; Jas., 175

Jones, Baynham, 135; Edm., Vicar of Corse, 280; Edw. (fl. 1793), Vicar of Corse and of Rudford, 280; Edw. (fl. 1849), 39; Jeremiah, 166; Penry, Vicar of Tewkesbury, 156; Rob., Vicar of Corse, 280; Sam., nonconformist divine, 165–6; Sim., Vicar of Corse, 280

Jordan the parker (? same as Jordan of Southwick), 112, 133

Juckes, R. & R. H., 178, 229

Junius, letters of, 153

Justice, Wal., 72

Juxon, Wm., Abp. of Canterbury, 219 n

K.

Kean (Keene), Edm., 123; Ric., 67

Keble, John, 218

Keck, Nic., Rector of Woolstone, 108

Kedward, Eleanor, m. John Roberts (d. 1632), 178; Rob., and his w. Marg., 178

Keene, see Kean

Kemble, Anne, w. of Thos. (d. by 1707), 179; Chris., 179; Dan. (fl. 1653), 143 n; Dan. (fl. 1732), 168, 169 n, 179; Dan. (d. 1761), Rector of Bourton-on-the-Hill, 179; John, actor, 123; Marg., w. of Thos. (d. 1776), 131, 179; Ric. (d. by 1547), 179; Ric. (fl. 1651), 179; Thos. (d. by 1707), 179; Thos. (d. 1776), 131, 179; —, dau. of Thos. (d. 1776), m. 1 — Martin, 2 Thos. Bland, 179; fam., 181

Kemerton, Euphemia of, see Fécamp

Kemerton (Worcs. since 1931), 26, 171–2, 180, 184, 186, 209–20, †209, 222; adv., 211–12, 216–18; agric., 213–16; char., 219–20; ch., 209–10, †209, 216–19; clubs, 210; ct., 213, 216; curate, 217; dom. arch., 209–10; farms, 214–15; fields, 213–14; inc., 209, 213–15, 217; ind., 215–16, 225; inns, 209– 10; Kemerton Court, 209–10, 212– 213; man., 190, 209–16; man.-hos., 209, 211 n, 212–13; mkt., 211, 213; mills, 172, 183, 209, 213, 215–16; named as address, 259; nonconf., 219, 262; par. council, 216; par. meeting, 216; par. officers, 216, 218; poor-relief, 216; pop., 210; prehist. rem., 209; rectors of, 210, 216–18; and see Clinton, Wm.; Ecton, Ralph; Erlegh, Geof. de; Fownes, John; Goodman, Godfrey (d. 1656); Goodman, Godfrey (fl. 1762, 1786); Goodman, Godfrey (fl. 1830, 1832); Goodman, John; Hinman, John; King, John (fl. 1313); Lloyd, John; Lye, Nat.: Mallet, Geo.; Mercier, J. A. B.; Mercier, J. J.; Mucegros, Ric. de (fl. after 1237); Parry, David C.; Parry, Rog.; St. Clair, Gerbert de; Strech, John; Swett, Geo.; Thorp, Thos.; rectory, 212, 215–17; rectory ho., 217; roads, 209–10; sch., 210, 219; tithes, 216–17; watersupply, 210

Kemmett, Mr., 37

Kemp (Kempe), Sir Benjamin, 33; Sir Nic., 88

Kemys, Arthur, 283

Kennedy, Eliz., see Bridges; Sir John, 12

Kent, Earl of, see Burgh, Hubert de

Kettlewell, W., 239

King, John (fl. 1313), Rector of Kemerton, 217; John (fl. 1613), 38; Wal. (fl. 1617), 38; Wal. (fl. 1658; ? same as preceding), 38

Kinget, Wm., perpetual curate of Forthampton, 207

King's College, see Cambridge

Kingsbury, Jas., 117

Kingston, Ant., 275

Kingston upon Hull (Yorks.), 140

Kinnersley, Edm. of, 62; Gil. of, 62, 91

Kirrill family, 33

Knight, Rob., Vicar of Tewkesbury, 156

Knolls, the, see Oxenton

Knoville, Bevis de, 37, 62–63

L.

Laing, Francis, 135; Louisa, m. Geo. Ruddle, 135, 156

Lamb, Anselm, 73, 93

Lancaster, Duchy of, 98–99; Earls of, 98; and see Edmund

Lane, Ric., 290; Wm., 41; —, w. of Wm., see Smith

Langley, Geof. of, 91; Rob. of, 91

Langston, John, perpetual curate of Ashchurch, 185, 187

Lanman, Wm., 213

Lark Stoke, see Ilmington

Laslett, Wm., 264; his trustees, 263– 264, 266–8

Lassington, 41

laundries, 77, 233

Law, Edw., Earl of Ellenborough, 10– 11, 17, 23, 25, 220–2, 227; Octavia, w. of Edw., 23; fam., 23

Lawes Chemical Co. Ltd., 183

Lawrence, Jas., 91; Lawr. Wal., 13; Wal., 13; fam., 13

lawyers, 123

Lea, Thos., 178; and see Lee; Leigh

Leadon, riv., 271, 274

leather trades and tanning, 56, 111, 125, 137, 142–5, 183; and see gloving; shoemaking

Lechlade, 32

Lechmere, Sir Ant., 52, 222; Edm., 221–2, 224–5; Sir Edm. Ant. Harley, 52; Sir Edm. Hungerford, 52, 55; Mary, see Berwick; Nic., Lord Lechmere, 153, 222; fam., 91

Lechmere's bank, 124

Ledbury (Herefs.), 97, 116, 196, 274

Lee, Anne, m. Edw. Sadler, 254; Hen., 277; Mary, m. Humph. Coningsby, 254–5; Sir Ric., 180, 254, 256, 259; and see Lea; Leigh

Leech, Mrs., 67; fam., 193

Lefward, Nic., 275

Leicester, Peter of, Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 19; Sim. of, Vicar of Beckford, 260

Leicester, Earl of, see Coke, Thos.; Dudley, Rob.

Leigh, John of, 40–41; Thos. of, 40; and see Lea; Lee

Leigh, 41–43, 60–67, 188, 193–4, 269–70; adv., 65; agric., 63–65; bridges, 61; char., 49, 65–67; ch., 45, 59–60, 65–67, 270; ch. ho., 66; club, 61; Coombe Hill, 60–61, 66– 67; and see Coombe Hill Canal; ct., 65; curates, 65; dom. arch., 60; farms, 64–65; fields, 64; Heydon, 63; inc., 64; ind., 65; inns, 61; Leigh End, 27, 60, 67; Leigh Ho., 61; man., 61–65, 91–92; man.-ho., 60, 62, 64; named as address, 53; nonconf., 61, 67; par. council, 65; par. officers, 65; poor-relief, 65; pop., 61; roads, 61; sch., 61, 67; tithes, 63, 65; vicarage, 64, 65–66; vicarage ho., 65–66; vicars of, 63, 65–67; and see Austin, John Southgate; Bond, Dan.; Huntington, Rob.; Sheriff, John; and see Evington

Leigh brook, 60, 188

Leigh End, see Leigh

Leland, John, 114, 117, 124–5

Lely, Wm., 9

Lemington, Lower, 219 n

Leominster, John, Vicar of Corse, 280

Let (fl. 1066), 210

Lewin (fl. 1086), 276

Lewis, H. E., 202; Jas. Blount, 164; Wm., 40

library, see Gloucestershire County Council; Tewkesbury

Lightfoot, Edm., Vicar of Prestbury, 78

Lilleford, Alex, de, 275

Lillington, F., 288; Mrs., 288

limekiln, 43

Lincoln, 140

Lire Abbey (Eure, France), 203, 206

Lisle, Vct., see Dudley, John; Grey, Edw.; Grey, John

Littleton, Thos., 11

Llanthony Priory, by Gloucester, 13, 68, 72–75, 77–78, 234; Prior of, see Wyche, John

Llandaff (Glam.), 45

Lloyd, John, Rector of Kemerton, 218 n; Thos., 201

Llywelyn ap Iorwerth, 110

Lock, Dorothy, w. of Mat. (d. 1708 or 1709), 191; John, 191; Mary, w. of John, 191; Mat. (fl. 1678), 191; Mat. (? another, d. 1708 or 1709), 191; Mat. (fl. 1720), 191; fam., 86

Lode, John atte, 115; Wm. of, 199

Lode, Lower, river-crossing, 115–16, 140, 198–9

Lode, Upper, river-crossing, 112, 114–15, 123, 140, 198–9

London, 117, 133, 143, 179, 186–7, 215, 226, 239; Bp. of, see Bubwith, Nic.; Lord Mayor, see Craven, Sir Wm. (d. by 1622); roads to, 116; the Tower, 132; and see Islington

Longbrook, Wm., 256

Longdon, John of, 275; Ric. of, Rector of Hasfield, 288

Longdon (Worcs.), 47

Longdon brook, 196, 198

Longmore, Jos., 135–6

Liornge, Chas., 13; John (fl. 14th cent.), 22; John (d. 1500), 13; John (fl. after 1500), 13; Thos. (d. by 1500), 13; Thos. (d. 1631), 13; Thos. (d. c. 1647), 13; Thos. (d. 1688), 13; Wm., 13

Loudlow, see Stoke Orchard

Louth (Lowthe), John, Vicar of Beckford, 260; Wm. of, 221

Louth (Lines.), 221

Lovegrove, John, 9; Mrs., 9

Lovsey, C., 39

Lowbands, see Redmarly D'Abitot

Lowe, John, 83; Sidney, see Mariett

Lower Avon Navigation Trust Ltd., 141

Lowthe, see Louth

Lucas, Martin, 136; Steph., 230

Lucy, Eliz., see Catesby; Rob. (fl. 1367), 231; Rob. (fl. 1402), and his w. Agnes, 231; Sir Thos., 84

Luddington, Wal. of, and his w. Margery, 84

Ludlow-Hewitt, A., 40, 43

Luke son of Ellis, 230

Lunn, Lebbeus, Vicar of Beckford, 261

Lupton, Anne, see Wakeman; Thos., 134

Lye, Nat., Rector of Cowley and of Kemerton, 217–18

Lygon, Anne, see Beauchamp; Sir Arnold, 212; Geo., 32; Hen., 32, 212; John, 91; Marg., w. of Ric. (d. 1556), see Greville; Marg., w. of Ric. (d. 1584), 91, 212; Mary, w. of Wm. (d. 1567), 212; Ric. (d. by 1503), 190, 212; Ric. (d. 1556), 53, 91, 212; Ric. (d. 1584), 53, 91, 212; Rog., 32; Wm. (d. 1567), 53, 91, 212; Sir Wm. (fl. 1589, 1612), 53, 212; fam., 217;

Lynsecombe, Wm., Rector of Hinton on the Green, 267

Lypiatt, Upper, see Stroud

Lys, Marquis de, 136, 163

M.

Mabel, dau. of Rob. FitzHamon, m. Rob., Earl of Gloucester, 131

Mabel, dau. of Wm., Earl of Gloucester, m. Wm. de Montfort, Count of Evreux, 131

Macaulay, Thos. Babington, 176

Macfarlane, A. B., 226–7

Macready, Wm. Chas., 123

madder, 204

Maddox, Isaac, Bp. of Worcester, 63, 201; Mary, m. Jas. Yorke, 201, 206, 208

Magdalen College, Oxford, see Oxford; President of, see Claymond, John

Maidstone, Wal., Bp. of Worcester, 261

Maisemore, 274; man., 275

Malden, John, perpetual curate of Ashchurch, 185, 187

Mallet, Geo., Rector of Kemerton, 218

Malmesbury, Wal. of, 54; Wm. of, 37

malting, 44, 102, 111, 137, 141–6, 215, 221, 265

malt-making, customary service of, 137

Malvern, Joan, 95

Malvern, Great, Priory (Worcs.), 201

Malvern, Little, Priory (Worcs.), 41, 277, 285, 288

Malvern & Tewkesbury Rly., 116

Malvern Chase, 171, 274–5

Mandeville, Geof. de, Earl of Essex, 131; Isabel de, see Isabel

Mansell, Wm. Surman, Vicar of Radstone, 231; fam., 86

Marchfont (formerly Rad) brook, 81

Marden, Gabriel, 179

Margaret, Queen, w. of Henry VI, 96, 116

Margrett, V., 38; fam., 36

Mariett, John, 83; Lucian or Lucy Anne, see Brawne; Ric. (d. 1739), 83–84; Ric. (d. 1744), 83, 89; Sidney, m. John Lowe, 83; Thos., 83; fam., 84, 88

Maris, Mercy, m. Phil. Doddridge, 164 n

markets, see Kemerton; Prestbury; Tewkesbury

Marlow, Mary, 164

Marston Sicca Rural District, 87

Martin IV, pope, 19

Martin, C. H., 179; Chas., 179; Jas., 154; John (fl. 1741), 153–4; John (fl. 1753), 154; John (fl. 1870), 132, 137; Rob., 180; Rog., 176; W., 179; Mr. (d. by 1803), 179; Mrs., see Kemble, —; fam., 135, 153; and see Holland-Martin

Martyrs' Memorial Trust, 259

Mary the Virgin, St., figures of, 47, 158, 227

Mary I, 167; as princess, 117

Massey, Sir Edw., 117

Master, Thos. (d. 1680), 29; Thos. (d. 1710), 29; Thos. (fl. 1742), 29; Sir Wm., 29

Matson, Marg., see Berkeley; Nic., 12; Rob., 12; Wm. of, 275

Matthews, Edw., 132; John, Vicar of Tewkesbury, 155–6 165

Maud of Flanders, Queen, w. of William I, 110, 118, 131

Mauger, Bp. of Worcester, 140

Maurice, Prince, 117

Mayall (Mayell), Hen., 201; Jas., 183; John, 201; Rob., 201

Mayde, Thos., 230

Mayell, see Mayall

Mears, T., 156, 162

Mearson, Nat., 164

Meath-Baker, Francis, 284; Gregory, 284; Madeleine, w. of Francis, m. 2 A. A. H. Beaman, 3 J. L. Brooksbank, 284; Wm. (d. 1865), 284; Wm. (d. 1935), see Baker; fam., 288

Medland, John, 125

Melun, Rob. de, Bp. of Hereford, 72

mercer, Roger the, see Roger

merchant, Phil. the, see Philip

Mercia, King of, see Beorhtwulf; Coenwulf; Offa

Mercier, J. A. B., Rector of Kemerton, 217–18; J. J., Rector of Kemerton, 210, 217–18; Mrs. J. J., 217–18

Merrett, D., & Co. Ltd., 184

Merrit, Thos., 166

Merryman, Thos., jr., 135; Thos., sr., 135

messages, service of carrying, 14–15; and see writs

Methodists, 8, 24, 49, 59, 61, 66–67, 80, 104, 164–6, 169, 187, 198, 208, 218–19, 250, 262, 281

Michell, Carlton C, 162

Middlesex, Earl of, see Cranfield, Jas.; Cranfield, Lionel (2 of the name); Sackville, Chas.

Middleton, John, 242

Midland Rly., 7, 70, 173, 246, 251

Milcote (Warws.), 83

Mill brook, 68

Millard, Jos., 98, 105

miller, Godfrey the, see Godfrey

Miller, Saunders Wm., Rector of Hasfield, 288; Wm., 288

Millington, John, 30–31; John Howse, 30

Mills, Edw., 106; Francis, Rector of Hinton on the Green, 267; Thos., 106

mills, see Ashchurch; Beckford; Boddington; Cleeve, Bishop's; Coln St. Dennis; Corse; Elmstone Hardwicke; Forthampton; fulling-mills; Gotherington; Hasfield; Hinton on the Green; Kemerton; Oxenton; Prestbury; Preston on Stour; Southam; Stoke Orchard; Tewkesbury; Tirley; Tredington; Uckington; Walton Cardiff; windmills; Woodmancote; Woolstone

millstones, customary service of carrying, 264

millward, Ric. the, see Richard

Millward, — (fl. 1327), 107

millwright, 102

Milne, N. P., 239

Milton, John, 162

Mince, Ric., 167; Mr., 167, 169

Mines, Anne, 169; Eliz., 169

Miniett, Eliz., m. John Hopkins, 98; Susan, see Tompkins; Thos., 98

miracles, 8

Mitton, Nic. of, 192, 211, 216–17

Mitton, see Bredon

moated sites, 4, 7, 40, 51, 53, 60, 62, 68, 72–73, 116, 122, 174, 177–8, 191, 198, 202, 239, 277

'model' village, †71, 82

Modie, see Moody

mondaymen, 15, 74–75

Moneypenny, Geo., 115

Monmouth family, 98

Monmouth Priory, 102

Monsell, see Eyres Monsell

Monsell, Vctss., see Eyres, Caroline

Montfort, Mabel de, see Mabel; Wm. de, Count of Evreux, 131

Moody (Modie), Chris., 217; Hen., 178

Moor brook, 2, 105, 228–9, 236–7

Moore (More), Hen., 179; John, jr. (fl. 1493), 63, 91; John, sr. (fl. 1496), 91; John (fl. 1720), 40; John (d. 1967), author, 117, 210; Marg., see Fermor; Ric. (fl. 1452), 277; Ric. (fl. 1608), 73; Thos., 117

Moorsom, Wm., 116

Moravians, 49

Moreton-in-Marsh, 82, 140

Morgan, A. J., 239; R. A., 239

Morley, John, 177

Morris, Francis, 53; John (fl. 1628), 252; John, s. of last, 252; John (fl. 1765, 1780), 177–8; Musgrave, 136; Rob., 178; Thos., perpetual curate of Ashchurch, 185; Wm., designer, 202; fam., 256–7

Morris brook, 36, 60

Morrison, Sir Chas., 136; Eliz., m. Arthur Capell, Lord Capell, 136; Mary, see Hicks

Mortain, Rog. de, and his w. Isabel, 221

Mortimer, Edm., 29; Hawise, see Mucegros; Hugh, 230; John (d. 1627 x 31), 29; John (d. 1631), s. of last, 29; Joyce, w. of John, jr., 29, 32; Rog., 132; Wm., 190, 211; fam., 30

Mosely, Wm., Rector of Hasfield, 289

Mucegros, Fred. de, 190, 192; Hawise de, m. 1 Wm. Mortimer, 2 John de Ferrers, 3 Sir John de Bures, 190–2, 211, 217; John de, 190, 211; Ric. de (d. by 1200), 190; Ric. de (d. by 1237), 190; Ric. de (fl. after 1237), Rector of Kemerton, 217; Rob. de (fl. 12th cent.), 190; Rob. de (d. 1254), 37, 190–1, 211, 217; Rob. de (d. 1280), 190, 211; fam., 192, 216

Mulock, Dinah Maria, see Craik

Mumford, Geo., 218–19; Jas., 214; Thos., 219; Wm., 219; fam., 218– 219

Mundell, C. J., 165

murals, see pictures

murdrum fine, quittance of, 265

musicians, 44; the king's, 178

mustard, manufacture of, 111, 143

Mustel, Hugh (d. 1325 or 1326), 191–2, 194; Hugh (fl. 1345), 192

Mynors-Baskerville, Bertha, see Hopton; Sybil Maud, m. John Dutton Hunt (later Hopton), 212; Wal., 212

Mythe, the, see Tewkesbury

Mythe Bridge, 97, 115–16, 198–9

N.

Naight brook, 36, 41

Nailsworth, 166

Naish, see Nash

Nanfan, John, 132; —, 132

Nash (Naish), Anne, 133; Thos., 203; Mrs., see Hayward, Miss

Nason, C.St. S.R., 274

National Coal Board, Coal Research Establishment, 7

National Land Co., 273, 279

Natton, Helen of, 176, 178; Nic. of, 176, 178

Natton, see Ashchurch

Neale, John, Vicar of Staverton, 94, 191

Neast, Edw. (d. by 1616), 202; Edw. (fl. 1616), 202; John, 230; Thos. (d. c. 1568), 230; Thos. (fl. 1597), 230

Netherlands, painted glass from, 88

Nethers Green, see Tirley

Neville, Anne, see Beauchamp; Eustachia de, w. of Rob., see Trian; ? Eustachia de, m. Ralph de Hay, 221; Isabel, m. Geo. Plantagenet, Duke of Clarence, 132, 161, 173, 211; Phil. de, 221; Ric., Earl of Warwick, 132; Rob. de, 221

New, Herb., 250; John, 178, 182–3; Wm., 182

Newburgh, John, 222

Newent, priory, 154 n, 256, 259; sch., 281

Newent Poor Law Union, 279

Newent Rural District, 279; housing, 273

Newington Bagpath, Calcot in, 29 n

Newland, 62

Newlands, see Corse

Newman, David, 100; Eliz., 208; Mary, m. Thos. Dowle, 39; R. (fl. 1925), 37; Ric. (d. c. 1766), 203; Rob. (fl. 1679), 203; Wm. (fl. 1799), 39, 41; Wm. (? another; fl. c. 1805), 100; Wm. (fl. 1849), 41

Newmarch, Hen. de, 283; Jas. of, 9; fam., 283

News of the World, 124

newspapers, local, 124

Newton, see Ashchurch

Newtown, see Ashchurch

Nicholas IV, pope, 19

Nicholas the smith, 138

Nicholas, Reg., 72, 74–75; Thos., 72, 74

Nicholson, organ-builder, 156

Nicolson, Wm., Bp. of Gloucester, Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 20–21

Nind, Wm., 258; fam., 106 n, 252

Noblett, Mrs. E. M., 10, 58, 222; Edw., 10, 222

Northleach, 29, 31, 283–4; highway district, 32

Northleach Poor Law Union, 32

Northleach Rural District, 32

Northumberland, Duke of, see Dudley, John

Northway, see Ashchurch

Norton, 36, 52, 66; adv., 65; Bishop's Norton, 62, 91; ch., 65; Norton Moor, 194; sch., 67; Wainlode Hill, 35

Norton-sub-Hamdon (Som.), 191

Norwich, 140; Bp. of, see Parkhurst, John

Norwood, Thos., 53; Wm., 192

Notcliffe, see Deerhurst

Notgrove, 62

Nottingham Hill, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Noverton, see Prestbury

O.

Oakham, Ric., 223

Oakley, Peter, 164; Vincent, 185

O'Connor, Feargus, 273

Odda, ealdorman, 37, 48; brother of, see Alfric; and see Deerhurst, Odda's chap.

Odda's chapel, see Deerhurst

Oddington, 207

Oddo (fl. 8th cent.), 154

Offa, King of Mercia, 2, 8–9, 11–13, 19

Ogilby, John, 229

Oldacre, W. J., Ltd., 17

Oliver, Tom, 71

Ollney, John Harvey, 169

Olney, see Deerhurst

onions, 257, 260

open fields and inclosure, 15–16, 30–31, 41–43, 50, 55–56, 64, 75– 76, 85–86, 92, 100–1, 107, 138, 172, 181–2, 193–4, 204–5, 213–15, 224–5, 232–3, 240, 247–8, 257–8, 265, 278, 286–7; and see inhook

Organ, T. G., 13; T. J., 13; fam., 13

Oridge, Agnes of, 271; Aldith of, 271

Oridge Street, see Corse

Osborne, Mr., 202

Osgar, Adam, Rector of Hasfield, 288

osiers, 44, 182

Oswald, St., Abp. of York and Bp. of Worcester, 9, 12, 253; Athelstan, bro. of, see Athelstan

'Ourton', 27 n

Overbury (Worcs.), 180, 209–10, 212– 213, 250, 254, 261; sch., 219; Vicar of, see Bloxam, Mat.

Overton, see Prestbury, Noverton

Oxenton, 105–6, 117, 136 n, 171, 177, 179, 220–8; adv., 226; agric., 223– 225; char., 109, 228; ch., 155, 221, 226–7; ct., 224–5, 248; dom. arch., 220; farms, 225; fields, 224; inc., 220, 224–5; ind., 225; the Knolls, 105, 220–1; man., 221–6, 246–8; man.-hos., 222–3; military incident, 221; mill, 220–1, 225; nonconf., 227; Oxenton Hill, 105, 220– 221, 223–4, †246, 250, 252; par. officers, 225–6; pk., 220, 222–3; perpetual curacy, 108, 226; perpetual curates, 226; and see Perry, J. A.; poor-relief, 225–6; pop., 221; prehist. rem., 220; rectors of, 226; roads, 173, 220–1; sch., 109, 221, 227–8; tithes, 223–4, 226; watersupply, 221; woodland, 220

Oxford, Ctss. of, see Bayning, Anne; Earl of, 56; and see Vere, Aubrey de; Vere, John de; Vere, Rob. de; Vere, Thos. de

Oxford, All Souls' Coll., 241; Ashmolean Museum, 48 n; Balliol Coll., 100; Brasenose Coll., 20, 179, 213–14; Christ Church, Dean and Chapter of, 83; Corpus Christi Coll., 63–64; President of, see Claymond, John; Jesus Coll., 53; Magdalen Coll., 11, 162; President of, see Claymond, John; Pembroke Coll., 32; Master of, see Price, Bart.

Oxford Movement, 79, 218; and see Ritualism

P.

Pace, John, 212; Ric., 32; Wm., 212

Packer, Anne, m. Wm. Surman, 231; Wm., 231

Padfield, Norton, 277; R. N., 277

Paget, Jas., 136

Painswick, 285; Steanbridge, 20

Pakington, Sir John Somerset, Lord Hampton, 9

Palmer, Thos., 208

Pamington, see Ashchurch

Paradise brook, 196, 199

Paris, Adam de, 62; Ivicia, w. of Adam de, 62; John de, 62–63

Paris, abbey of St. Denis, 26–29, 34, 36, 39, 45, 50, 52, 62, 82, 85, 90–91, 95, 98–99, 103, 106, 211, 269, 276 n

Paris, see Ashton under Hill

parker, Jordan the, see Jordan

Parker, Chas., Vicar of Tirley, Rector of Hasfield, 103, 289; Edw., 284; Eleanor, 288, 290; John (d. 1692), 283–4, 289–90; John (d. c. 1735), 284; John (d. c. 1774), 284; John (fl. 1806), 284, 287; Marg., 289; Thos., Abbot of Tewkesbury, 161; Wm., Abbot of Gloucester, 283; —, 290; fam., 283, 288

Parkhurst, John, Rector of Bishop's Cleeve and Bp. of Norwich, 21

parks, see Ashchurch; Beckford; Boddington; Hasfield; Oxenton; Prestbury; Preston on Stour; Tewkesbury; Woolstone

Parr, Leger de, 161

Parry, Anne, see Stonor; David C., Rector of Kemerton, perpetual curate of Ashchurch, 186, 218 n, 219; Rog., Rector of Kemerton, 218 n; Thos., 9, 229; Thos. Gambier, 161

Parsons, Chas. (d. c. 1713), 188; Chas. (fl. 1730), 8, 185, 219–20; Conan, 106, 212; Eliz., w. of John (d. 1721), 178; John (fl. 1570), 106; John (d. 1632), 212; John (d. 1704), 212; John (d. 1721), 178, 212; John (d. 1757), 185, 212, 214; John (d. c. 1805), 185, 209, 212, 214, 220 n, 222–4; Mercy, m. Thos. Hayward, 8; (later Hopton), Wm., perpetual curate of Ashchurch, 185–6, 212; fam., 180, 210, 213, 218

Partridge, John, 192; Rob., 192; Wm., 192

Passour, Wal. le, 97; Wal., s. of last, 97

Pate, Ric., 63

Paul, Hen., 180

Pauncefoot, Aumary, 283; Clemency, w. of Grimbald (d. 1314), 283; Dorothy, w. of John (fl. 1558, 1584), 289; Dorothy, w. of Ric. (d. 1558), 284, 289; Eustace, 283; Geo., 283; Grimbald (d. 1287), 190, 283; Grimbald (d. 1314), 283; Grimbald (d. 1375), 283; Grimbald (d. 1667), 285; Hen., 283; Hugh (d. 1379), 283; Hugh (fl. c. 1442), 283; Humph., 283; John (fl. 1442), 283; John (d. 1516), 283; John (fl. 1558, 1584), 284, 289; John (fl. 1584), s. of last, 284; Kath., w. of Hugh (d. 1379), 283; Ric. (fl. 1199), 283; Ric. (d. c. 1260), 283; Ric. (d. 1558), 283–4; Ric. (fl. 1598), 284, 288–9; Thos., 283; Wm., 285; fam., 284, 287–8

Pauntley, 62, 285

Payne, Capel, 41; Geo., 41

Peacock, S. P., 239

Pearson, G. A. E., Vicar of Staverton, 94

Peart, Alex., 134, 179, 230; Dan., 134, 179, 223, 230; David, 225; Edw., 134–5, 223; Eliz., m. Edw. Wakeman, 135; John, 225; fam., 216, 225

Pease stream, 2

Pebworth Rural District, 249, 266; housing, 246

peculiars, 19, 45

Pembroke, Earl of, see Herbert, Wm. (d. 1630)

Pembroke College, Oxford, see Oxford; Master of, see Price, Bart.

Pembrugg, Thos., Vicar of Corse and of Hartpury, 280

Pendock (Worcs.), 226

Penn, Wm., 289

pennyland, 106, 181, 193, 223, 232, 246, 256–7

Perks, Sarah, 164

Perry, J. A., perpetual curate of Oxenton, 226

Pershore (Worcs.), 141; abbey, 37

Perton, Geo., 81

Peter the red, Rector of Beckford, 259

Peyton, Wm., Rector of Hinton on the Green, 267

Phelps family, 100

Philip son of Ralph, 72

Philip son of Simon, 202

Philip the chaplain, s. of Alexander, 202

Philip the merchant, 142

Philip the walker, 142

Phillips, Francis, 53, 73; John, 84–85; Wm., 49

physicians, 102, 135, 212

Pickering, Sam., Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 19–21

Pickwick Papers, The, 117

pictures, from Flanders, see Flanders; medieval panel, 202; mural, 20, 22– 23, 59, 104, 227, 235, 261

Piff, —, 51; fam., 51

Piff's Elm, see Elmstone Hardwicke

Pike, Thos., 106

Pillow, John, 273 n

Pillows Green, see Corse

Pindrup, see Coln Rogers

Pinley Priory, in Rowington (Warws.), 13–14

Pinnock, Jas., 164; Rob., 201; Thos., 201

piracy, 140

Pitcher, Eliz., w. of Tim., 100; Tim., 100

Pitres, Rog. de, 9

Pitt, Jos., 70; London King, Rector of Hinton on the Green and of Hanwell, 267

Pittville, see Prestbury

Pixley, Joan, 49

plague, 117 n, 151, 246

Plaistow, see Deerhurst

Plantagenet, Edw., Earl of Warwick, 132; Geo., Duke of Clarence, 112, 116, 132, 211–12; Isabel, see Neville

Platt, Anne, 208

playing fields, 8, 71, 112, 274

Plumptre, Rob. Bathurst, perpetual curate of Forthampton, 207; Mrs., 207

Polesworth (Warws.), Rector of, see Gresley, Thos.

Polynak, Clement, 98; Ric., 98; Thos., 98

Poncherius, Wal., see Walter

pope, see Gregory IX; Martin IV; Nicholas IV

Popham, Alex., 132; Edw., 132, 139, 169; Sir Francis, 132, 139; Sir John (d. 1607), 132; John (d. after 1607), 132; Mary, m. Sir Wm. Strachan, 132

Porter, Chas., 136; John (fl. 1535), Vicar of Tirley, Rector of Hasfield, 103, 288; John (fl. 1699), 168, 169 n

Portrait of Elmbury, A, 117

Poulton, Thos., 155, 158; fam., 277

Powell, John (fl. 1616), 108, 223; Sir John (fl. 18th cent.), 38; fam., 100

Power, John le, 222, 246; Wm., 39, 192

Powicke (Worcs.), 211–12

Pratley, Wm. H., 30; Miss, 30

Preedy, Benjamin, Rector of Hinton on the Green and of Willersey, 267

prehistoric remains, see Beckford; Cleeve, Bishop's; Coln St. Dennis; Kemerton; Oxenton; Woolstone

Prentice, Edw., Archdeacon of Essex, Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 20

Presbyterians, 24, 49, 103–4, 155, 164–5, 185, 207–8, 219, 260, 262, 267

Prescott, 222

Prestbury, Rob. of, 73 n

Prestbury, 26–27, 67–81, 69, †70; adv., 73, 78–79; agric., 74–76; almshouse, 81; bridges, 70; the Burgage, 68, 74–77, 80; burgages, 68, 74–76; chap., 79; char., 25, 80–81; ch., 68, 72–73, 78–80; ch. ho., 80– 81; clubs, 71, 80; ct., 73–75, 77; curates, 78–79; dom. arch., 68–71; fair, 67, 76; farms, 76; fields, 75; fire at, 68, 70, 76; Hall Place, 73; Hewletts, see Cheltenham; inc., 74–76; ind., 77; inns, 71; 'King's Arms', 68, 71; 'Royal Oak', 68; man., 13, 72–74, 77; man.-hos., 68, 71–75; mkt., 67–68, 70, 74–76; military incident, 71; mills, 76–77; nonconf., 80–81; Noverton (Overton), 27 n, 67, 70–71, 73–74, 76–77; par. council, 78; par. officers, 77–78; pk., 68, 71, 74, 78; Pittville, 70–71, †70; poorrelief, 77–78; pop., 70; Prestbury Ho., 74; the Priory, 73; Puckham, 74–76; rly. sta., 71; rectory, 72–74, 78; roads, 70; sch., 80; spas, 70–71, †70; Shaw Green, 68, 71–72; streets, 68, †70, 77; tithes, 72–73, 78; vicarage, 78; vicarage ho., 73, 78; vicars of, 78–79; and see Baghot-De la Bere, John (fl. 1779); Edwards, John (d. 1886); Edwards, John (d. 1909); Gurney, Fred.; Lightfoot, Edm.; Wells, Francis (fl. 1756); woodland, 68, 75–76; workhouse, 77–78; and see Gloucestershire College of Art

Preston on Stour (Warws. since 1931), 26–27, †71, 81–89; adv., 83, 87–88; agric., 85–86; Alscot, 81– 89; Alscot Park, 81, 84–86, 89; bridges, 82; chap., 82, 89; char., 89; ch., 81, 87–89; ch. ho., 87; ct. 85–87; curates, 88; dom. arch., 81–82; farms, 86; fields, 85–87; fishery, 86; inc., 82, 85–86; ind., 86–87; inn, 81–82; man., 81, 83– 87; man.-hos., 83, 84–85; mills, 81, 85–86; nonconf., 89; par. officers, 87; pk., 81, 85–86; perpetual curacy, 87–88; poor-relief, 87; pop., 82; rectory, 83–84, 87– 88; roads, 82; sch., 82, 89; tithes, 86; vicarage, 87–88; vicarage ho., 87–88; vicars of, 88; and see Bursey, John; Horrocks, Rog.; Roberts, Thos.

Price, Bart., Master of Pembroke Coll., Oxford, 29, 33; Ion, 255; Jos., 163; Wm., Rector of Coln St. Dennis and of Farnborough, 32; Wm. Edwin, 153, 164; organbuilder, 164; fam., 33

Prick, Thos., 92–93

priest, John the, see John; Ric. the, see Richard

priests' houses, 82, 87, 185, 226, 249

Priestley, Jos. E., 165

printing, 124

Prior, Wm., 210, 216

prisons, inmates of, 21, 133 n; and see Deerhurst; Gloucester, cast.; imprisonment; Tewkesbury

Probyn, Edm., 62, 64; Sophia, see Dalton

Procter, John, 250; fam., 180, 182

Prosser, Wm., perpetual curate of Walton Cardiff, 165, 241–2

protestant nonconformity, see Baptists; Bible Christians; Congregationalists; Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion; Independents; Methodists; Moravians; Presbyterians; Quakers; undenominational churches; Unitarians

Public Buildings and Works, Ministry of, 49

Puckham, see Prestbury

Pugh, Edw., 177

Pull, see Bushley

Purnell, Jessie Mary Maud, 94–95, 195–6; Rob. (Vicar of Staverton, 93–94; Thos., Vicar of Staverton, 93–94, 191

Purser, Benjamin, 187; Geo., 164; John, 187; Sam., 164; fam., 182, 187, 227

Q.

Quakers, 23–24, 49, 59, 80, 104, 163, 165–6, 187, 219, 262, 281, 289

quarrying, 2, 18, 28, 43, 68, 95, 209, 220, 251, 282

Quedgeley, 177; Woolstrop, 203

Queen Anne's Bounty, 45, 87, 185, 207, 226, 234, 241

Queen's Wood, see Woodmancote

Quinton (Warws. since 1935), Admington, 82; Radbrook, 83; Willicote, 84

quoits, 123

R.

racehorse-training, 2, 71

racing, see horse-racing

Rad brook, see Marchfont brook

Radbrook, see Quinton

radknights, 14, 39, 62, 74, 190, 223, 238

Radstone (Northants.), Vicar of, see Mansell, Wm. Surman

railways, see Gloucester & Birmingham; Great Western; Malvern & Tewkesbury; Midland

Ralph (fl. 1086), 238

Ralph son of Ernald, 72

Ralph, Phil. s. of, see Philip

Ramsey, Sir Jas., 221

Ranken, Chas., 256

Ransford, Edw. (d. 1785), 133, 164; Edw. (d. 1813), 133; Edw. (d. 1842), 133; Wm., 133

Raphoe (Ireland), Bp. of, see Huntington, Rob. (d. 1701)

Rastell, Chris., 277; John (fl. c. 1530), 277; John (d. 1631), 208; Thos., 277

Ravel the chamberlain, 253–4

Raynald (fl. 1086), 12

Read (Reid), Bart., and his w. Kath., 130 n; David, 19; Dorothy, m. Oliver St. John, Lord St. John, 191; Edw., 239; Eliz. (fl. before 1658), m. Ric. Brent, 239; Eliz. (fl. 1789), 19; Fulk, 239–41; Giles, 122, 136, 223, 239; John (fl. 1570), 191; John (fl. 1611–12), 136, 239; John (fl. 1682), 168–9; Marg., see Beauchamp; Ric. (d. 1547), 190, 212; Ric. (fl. 1695), 223; Wm. (d. 1558), 122, 134, 136, 223, 239–40; Wm. (d. 1570), 191

red, Peter the, see Peter

Redmarley D'Abitot (Worcs. until 1931), 289; Lowbands, 273

Reeve, Wm., 49

Regenbald (fl. 1086), 53

Reid, see Read

Reynold (fl. 1086), see Raynald

Reynold the forester, 275

Reynold the woodward, 275

Reynolds, E. G. W., 99

Rice, David Talbot, 29, 31

Richard II, 117

Richard III, 84

Richard, Earl of Cornwall (d. 1272), 36–37

Richard the millward, 101

Richard the priest of Tewkesbury, 154

Richardson, Edw., 168

Richmond, Edw., 10, 222

Richmond (Surr.), 29

Rickards, Sam., 164

Ricketts, John, 161

Rigby, Alex., 104

riots, 64, 79, 116–17, 166, 283

Rissington, Little, Wal. of, Vicar of Corse, 280

Rissington, Wick, 217

Ritualism, 21, 79

river and canal transport, 35, †114, 140–1, 171; and see Avon; Coombe Hill Canal; Severn; Sharpness New Docks

roads, ancient and major, 7, 50, 60, 110; and see Cheltenham, roads to; Ermine Street; Evesham, roads to; Foss Way; Gloucester, roads to; Ross Spur; Salt Way; Tewkesbury, roads to

Robert, Earl of Gloucester, 125, 131, 147; Mabel, his w., see Mabel

Robert son of Thos. of Hinton, 264; his s. Thos. the freeman, see Thomas

Robert, Arthur Remington, 136

Roberts, Alice, dau. of John (d. 1632), 178; Anne, m. Jas. (later Jas. Roberts), West (d. 1838), 83, 89; Arthur, 255; Eleanor, dau. of John (d. 1632), 178; Eleanor, w. of John (d. 1632), see Kedward; Mrs. G. Bayfield, 58; Isabel, w. of John (fl. 1650), 178; Jas., 164; John (fl. 1608), 106; John (? another; d. 1632), 158, 161, 169, 178; John (fl. 1650), 178; John (? another, fl. 1655), 252; Mary, dau. of John (fl. 1650), 178; Sarah, 49; Thos., Vicar of Preston on Stour, 88; Wm., 32; Mr., 106; fam., 247, 257

Roberts West, see West

Robeson, Hemming, Vicar of Tewkesbury, 137, 156, 165

Rockhampton, 238

Rodborough, Agnes of, m. John Browning, 62; Alice of, m. John Winter, 62; Joan of, w. of Thos., 62, 91; John of, 62; Thos. of, 62; Wm. of, 62

Roden, H. C. B., 136

Roffridus, papal doorkeeper, 259; his s. Peter, see Peter the red

Roger the chaplain of Tewkesbury, 154

Roger the mercer of Gloucester, 54; Hilary, his w., see Hilary

Rogers, Anne, m. Jos. Berwick, 52; Anne, m. Chas. Coxwell, 11–12; Edw. Coxwell, 17; Edw. Rogers Coxwell, see Coxwell; Hester, 11–12; John, 52; Mary, 11–12; Nic., 95; Ric. (d. 1757), 11, 52; Ric. (d. 1780), 11–12; Ric. Rogers Coxwell, see Coxwell; Wm. (d. 1734), 52; Wm. (d. 1738), 52; fam., 12, 91

Rolf, Thurstan s. of, see Thurstan

Roman Catholics, 24, 40, 49, 79–80, 104, 151, 163, 196, 218–19, 255, 259, 261–2, 289

Roman remains, see Beckford; Tewkesbury; Woolstone

Romney, Churchill, 176; Francis Hen., perpetual curate of Ashchurch, 176, 185

Roos, Anne, see Cheyne; Sir Rob., 254; Sir Thos., 254

Rose, Wm., 175

Ross Spur motorway, 198

Rothwell, Eliz., see Swynford; Thos., 98

Rotlesc (fl. 1066), 253

Rowden, Eliz., see Cassey; Wal., 47

rowing, 123

Rowington (Warws.), see Pinley

Rowlands, Fothergill ('Fogo'), 71

Rowles, Ant., 182; Edith, 182

Rudder, Sam., 95

Ruddle, Geo., 135, 176, 185; Louisa, see Laing

Rudford, Vicar of, see Jones, Edw. (fl. 1793)

Rudge, Edm. (fl. early 19th cent.), 63; Edm. (? another, d. 1843), 145, 164; Frances, see Hill

Rudhall, Abraham (d. 1735), 33, 88, 162, 236, 261; Abraham (fl. 1754, 1763), 186, 218; Chas., 104, 249; John (fl. 1612), 91; John (fl. 1786), 104, 249; T., 227; Wm. (d. 1609), 62, 91; Wm. (fl. 1637), 91; fam., 162, 236, 249

Rushout, Sir John, 248 n

Russell, Francis, Earl of Bedford (d. 1641), 12; Sir Francis (fl. 1674), 168; John, Vicar of Beckford, Master of Fotheringhay Coll., 260; Kath., see Bridges; Wm., 9; —, see Cocks; fam., 283

Rye, see Tirley

Ryley, Marg., 81

S.

Saberton, see Beckford

Sackville, Chas., Earl of Middlesex and Dorset, 201–3, 207; Frances, see Cranfield; Ric., Earl of Dorset, 201

Sadler, Anne, see Lee; Sir Edw., 254; Sir Ralph, 132

Sage, John, 91–92

St. Amand, Aumary de, 9

St. Clair (St. Clare), D. L., 91; Gerbert de, Rector of Kemerton, 217; Mrs., 95; fam., 91

St. David's, Bp. of, see Yorke, Jas.

St. Denis, abbey of, see Paris

St. Ishmael's (Pembs.), 168

St. John, Dorothy, see Read; Oliver, Lord St. John of Bletsoe (d. 1618), 191; Oliver, Lord St. John of Bletsoe (fl. 1620), 191

St. Peters (Herts.), Sopwell, 254

Saintbury, 84

Ste. Barbe-en-Auge Priory (Calvados, France), 253–4; priors of, 254, 256, 258; and see Daniel

Salesian Society, 254, 262

Salisbury, Earl of, see Cecil, Rob.; Cecil, Wm.

Salisbury, Bp. of, see Scammel, Wal.

Salmon, H. M. B., 133; Violet, see Sargeaunt; fam., 86

salt, service of carrying, 137

Salt Way, 28–29;

Salvation Army, 165

Sandbach, Bridget, see Guy; John, 180

Sandiford, Chas., Vicar of Awre and of Tirley, 103

Sandilands, Thos. Jelf, 180

Sandpits, see Tirley

Sandys, Wm., 112, 114

Sanger-Davies, H. J. T., Vicar of Forthampton, 207

Sapperton, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Sargeaunt, Fanny, see Shapland; Jas. Primatt, 133; Jas. Shapland, 133; Violet, m. H. M. B. Salmon, 133

Savage, Ant., 264, 266; Francis, 134; Geo. (d. c. 1734), 91; Geo. (d. c. 1793), 91; John (fl. 1495, 1521), 275; John (fl. 1596), 266; Thos., 91; Wal., 264, 266; —, daus. of Thos., 91

Scammel, Wal., Bp. of Salisbury and Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 20

school boards, 24–25, 60, 95, 187, 196, 236, 250, 268

Scobell, Mrs. Edith Palairet, 176; Sir John, 176

Scotland, King of, see Alexander III

Scott, Dan., 166; Sir Geo. Gil., 158

Scrope, Chas., 222; Geo., 222; John (d. 1517), 222–3; John (d. 1645), 222; John (d. 1714), 222; Millicent, see Tiptot; Ric. (fl. 1380), 222; Ric. (d. c. 1572), 222; Steph. (d. 1409), 222; Steph. (d. c. 1470), 222; fam., 221

sculptors, see Ricketts, John; Vangelder, Peter Mathias; Westmacott, Ric.

Secker, Thos., Abp. of Canterbury, 165

Sedding, J. D., 267

Sedgeberrow (Worcs.), 267–8

Selfe, Hen. Jas. Selfe, 132

serjeanty, 6, 12, 112, 138, 264, 275

services, customary, see boonseed; brewing; grassearth; ironwork; malt-making; messages; millstones; mondaymen; salt; sheep; vineyards; writs

Sevenhampton, 13, 68, 72, 75–76; ch., 78; Puckham, see Prestbury

Severn, riv., 95, 97, 102, 110–12, 115–17, 153, 171, 188 n, 196, 198, 243, 269, 271, 274–5, 282; as a boundary, 34, 95, 196; coal raked from, 97; fishing in, 112, 140, 287; frozen, 114; navigation, 36, 61, 97, 102, 110–12, 114, 137, 139–41, 151, 286; swum on horseback, 97

Sevier, Jas., Rector of Hasfield, 284, 288–9; Mrs., 288

Seymour, Edw., Duke of Somerset, 132; Ralph, and his w. Isabel, 230; Thos., Lord Seymour of Sudeley, 19 n, 132, 137, 178, 275

Sezincote, 207

Shaftesbury, Earl of, see Cooper, Ant. Ashley

Shakespeare, Geo., 84–85; Wm. (fl. 1948), 239

Shapland, Fanny, m. Jas. Primatt Sargeaunt, 133; Jos., 133

Sharington, Wm., 29

Sharpness New Docks and the Gloucester and Birmingham Navigation Co., 61

Shaw Green, see Ashton under Hill

Shaw Green, see Prestbury

sheep, customary service of washing and shearing, 264–5

Sheffield (Yorks.), 219

Sheldon, John, 230

Shepherd, Edw., 222

Sheriff, John, Vicar of Leigh, 66

Shewell, Ric., 13; fam., 257

Shipston on Stour (Warws.), 82

shire and hundred court, quittance of, 1,77, 146, 258

shoemaking, 18, 31, 44, 77, 86, 93, 102, 107, 117, 142–5, 183, 194, 205, 216, 225, 248, 258, 287

Shropshire, Worcestershire & Staffordshire Power Co., 152

Shuthonger Common, see Twyning

silk, manufacture of, 123, 145, 216

Silvester, Rector of Beckford, 259

Simon son of Alexander, 202; Phil. s. of, see Philip
-, the chamberlain, 211

Skeavington, Wm., 164

Skinner, Wm., 154

Skrymsher, Edwin, 155, 185, 234

Slaughter, Anne, 167–8; fam., 99

Sleight, Wm., 123 n

Sloper, Wm., 38–39

Small brook, 81

smallpox, 151; and see Elmstone Hardwicke, hosps.

Smart, Mic. Cray, 156, 169

smith, Adam the, see Adam; Hen. the, see Henry; Nic. the, see Nicholas

Smith, Chas., Vicar of Corse and of Ashleworth, 280; Edw., 41; G. (fl. 1964), 39; Giles (d. c. 1634), 89; John, dragon-killer, 36, 40; (or Woodward) John (fl. 1578, 1597), see Woodward; John (fl. 1608), 40; Thos., 83; Miss Urling, see Urling Smith; W. C., 9; Wm. (d. c. 1660), 40–41; Wm. (fl. 1795), Rector of Birtsmorton, perpetual curate of Ashchurch, 186; Mr. (fl. 1597), 32; —, widow, m. 2 Wm. Lane, 41; fam., 86

Smith, S., & Sons Ltd., 3, 18, 216, 248

Smith, W.H., & Co., 124

Smithsend, Edw., 239; Eliz., dau. of Nic. (d. 1790), 176, 179, 185, 187–8, 239, 242; John, 239; Mary, w. of Nic. (d. 1790), 176, 239; Nic. (fl. 1505, 1530), 239–40; Nic. (d. 1614), 239; Nic. (d. 1627), 239; Nic. (d. 1697), 179, 239, 241; Nic. (d. 1727), 239; Nic. (d. 1746), 239; Nic. (d. 1790), 176, 239; Nic. (fl. 1833), 238; Ric., 239; fam., 179

Snell, John, 38, 40; Powell (d. 1767), 38, 40; Powell (fl. 1799), 38–40

Snig's End, see Corse

Snowshill, 134

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 217

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, 33

Solers, John, 63; Kath., m. Wm. Twinhoe, 63

Somerset, Duke of, see Seymour, Edw.

Somerton (Oxon.), 40

Sopwell, see St. Peters

South brook, see Dean brook

Southam (Warws.), 10 n

Southam, in Bishop's Cleeve, 1–4, 6–7, †16, 18, 25, 222; agric., 14–17; bridge, 7, 70; chap., 6, 19–23; chaplains, 23; char., 25; ct., 18; curates, 23; dom. arch., 6; fields, 15–17; Haymes, 6, 13, 17; inc., 16–17; inn, 6; man., 1–2, 9–15, 17, 21; man.-hos., 6, 10–11, 23; military incident, 8; mill, 17; named as address, 73; Oriel School, 10; par. council, 19; par. officers, 19; roads, 6–7; royal visit, 8; sch., 25; Southam Ho., 6, 10–11, †17; suffix 'de la Bere', 10 n; tithes, 13, 20, 23; woodland, 3

Southern, Sim., Rector of Hinton on the Green, 266–7

Southouse, Edw., Rector of Woolstone, 108

Southwick, John of, 133; Jordan of, 133; and see Jordan the parker; Wm. of (fl. 1178), 133; Wm. of (fl. 1241), 133

Southwick, see Tewkesbury

Southwick brook, 111, 115–16

Spain, ship from, 140; Spanish Armada, 140

Sparry, Thos., jr., 135; Thos., sr., 135

spas, see Ashchurch; Boddington; Prestbury; Cheltenham

spicer, John the, see John

Spiers family, 232

sport and pastimes, see angling; Boddington harriers; bowls; changeringing; Corse Chase; Cotswold Vale Hunt; cricket; dancing; fives; football; fox-hunting; free warren; golf; horse-racing; playing fields; rowing; quoits; tennis

Stacey, Edith, see Gibbons

Stafford, Eleanor, see Stanford; Francis, 177; Hen., 177; Marg. de, see Audley; Ralph de, Earl of Stafford, 238; fam., 171, 190, 238

Stafford, Earl of, see Stafford, Ralph de

Stanborough, see Elmstone Hardwicke

Stanford, Cath., see Cocks; Edw., 177; Eleanor, m. Francis Stafford, 177

Stanway, 255, 284

Stauntebrige, Wm. de, 274 n

Staunton (Worcs. until 1931), 273–5, 278–80; workhouse, 279

Staunton End, see Corse

Staverton, 27, 56, 89–95, 188, 190, 193–4; adv., 93; agric., 91–93; Bamfurlong Lane, 90; bridge, 90, 92; chant., 93–94; chaplain, 93; char., 94–95, 195–6; ch., 45, 89–90, 93–94, 195–6; clubs, 90; curates, 93–94; dom. arch., 89–90; farms, 92; fields, 92; Golden Valley, 89– 90, 94; inc., 89, 92–94, 194; ind., 89, 93; inns, 90; man., 63, 90–92; nonconf., 94; par. council, 93; par. officers, 93–94; poor-relief, 93; pop., 90, 189; roads, 89–90; sch., 95, 196; Staverton Court, 91–92, 95; Staverton Ho., 90, 92; tithes, 92–93; vicarage, 92–93, 194–5; vicarage ho., 90, 93; vicars, 93–95, 195–6; and see Bannister, Thos.; Braithwaite, John; Neale, John; Pearson, G. A. E.; Purnell, Rob.; Purnell, Thos.

Staverton airfield, see Churchdown

Steanbridge, see Painswick

Stephens, Jas. (fl. 1745), 263; Jas. (fl. 1793), 264; Phil., 263; Wm., 77

Steward, Chas. Holden, 177; Jessie, 242; fam., 177

Stoke, Lark, see Ilmington

Stock, Ric., 255

stocking-knitting, 111, 117, 120, 123, 143–5, 150, 210, 215–16

stocks and whipping-posts, 81, 186, 197, 225, 245

Stoke Orchard, in Bishop's Cleeve, 1–3, 6–7, 18, 51, 110, 228, 234, 243; agric., 14–17; bridges, 7; chaplains, 23–24; ch. or chap., 19, 23, 58, 155, 234; ct., 18; dom. arch., 6; Downing, 12, 18; farms, 17; fields, 16–18; inc., 17; ind., 7, 18; inn, 8; Loudlow, 2, 7, 51; man., 6, 11–16, 18, 23, 274–5; man.-hos., 12–13; mills, 18; nonconf., 23–24; par. council, 19; par. officers, 18; poor-relief, 19; pop., 6–7; roads, 7, 229; sch., 24–25, 236; tithes, 16, 20

Stokes, John, 11; Wm., 11

Stone, E. H. M., 178 n; Edw. Gresley, 178, 182, 284; John, 178, 284; W. H., 178

Stonor, Anne, m. 1 Sir Adrian Fortescue, 2 Thos. Parry, 9, 179, 229

Stour, riv., 81, 84–85

Stowell, 176

Strachan, Marg., see Gooding; Mary, see Popham; Sir Wm., 8, 13; Sir Wm., s. of last, 8, 132, 150

Strafford, Earl of, see Wentworth, Wm.

Stratford & Moreton Rly., 82, 140

Stratford Rural Sanitary District, 87

Stratford-upon-Avon (Warws.), 82, 87, 89, 140

Stratford-upon-Avon Poor Law Union, 87

Stratford-upon-Avon Rural District, 87

Stratton, Mary, 25

Strech, John, Rector of Kemerton, 217

Street, G.E., 79, 186 n

Strensham (Worcs.), 235 n

Strickland, Algernon de Lille, 39; Algernon Guy, 39; Algernon Hen., 39; Algernon Wal., 39; Mrs. Algernon, 135; Charlotte, 39, 49; Frances, 39; Hen. Eustachius, 39, 46; Hugh Edwin, 47; Juliana, 39, 49; Lady Mary, w. of Algernon Wal., m. 2 J. G. Lyon, 39; fam., 39, 49

Stroud, Ric., 60; Thos., 136, 223

Stroud, 117 n; Upper Lypiatt, 276

Sturmey, Wal., 190

Stuteville, Rob. de, 192, 211

Sudeley, 3; cast., steward of, 10

surgeons, 86, 102, 123, 183, 279

Surman, Anne, see Packer; David, 231; Eliz., w. of John (d. 1889), 231, 235; John (fl. 16th cent.), 290; John (two of the name, fl. 1672), 231; John (another, d. 1687), 180, 231; John (d. 1725), 231; John (fl. 1806), 231; John (another, d. 1816), 231, 233; John (fl. 1856), 231, 235; John (d. 1889), 231, 235; John Surman, 81; Mary, m. John Buckle (d. 1858), 59, 231; Ric., 231; Susannah, 231; Thos. (fl. 1585, 1612), 230–1; Thos. (fl. 1625, 1662), 231; Thos. (fl. 1806), 230; Wm. (fl. 1672), 231; Wm. (d. 1742), 231; Wm. (d. c. 1798), 231, 236; Wm. Packer (d. 1764), 230–1; Wm. Packer (d. 1764 or later), 231; fam., 180, 230–1, 236

surveyors, 124

'Sutham', 9

Swayne (Swaine), Jos., 263; Mary, see Jason; Wm. (d. by 1614), 223; Wm. (fl. 1614, 1627), 108, 223

Sweetland, W., 186

Swett, Geo., Rector of Kemerton, 217

Swilgate, riv., 2, 6, 50–51, 110–12, 114–15, 119–20, 139, 151, 228–9, 233, 236

Swindon, 2, 7 n, 58; ch., 58

Swinley, see Forthampton

Swynford, Eliz., w. of Thos., m. 2 Thos. Rothwell, 98; Thos., 98

T.

Talbot, Ermentrude, m. Hen. FitzGerald, 211; Euphemia, see Fécamp; Gerard (d. by 1240), 190 n; Gerard (fl. 1240), 211; Wm., 211; fam., 180

Tancarville, Wm. de, the chamberlain, 253–4; his s. Ravel the chamberlain, see Ravel

tanning, see leather trades and tanning

Tate & Lyle Transport Ltd., 7

Tatersall, Jas., Vicar of Tewkesbury, 156

Taundy, Hen., 230; John (two of the name, fl. 1327), 230; John (fl. 1435), 230–1; John (fl. 16th cent.), 230; Rob., 230; Wm., 230

Taylor, Rob., 11; Thos. (fl. 1559, 1586), Rector of Coln St. Dennis, 32; Thos. (fl. 1825), 136

teasels, 56, †183

Teddington (Worcs. until 1931), 250; Teddington Hands, 244, 250, 252–3

Telford, Thos., 115

tennis, 8, 123

tenures, see basta; buchi; burgages; enches; forelet land; mondaymen; pennyland; radknights; serjeanty

Terrett, John, 137, 156; Mary, 168

Terry, Mr., perpetual curate of Forthampton, 207

Tetbury, Vicar of, see Dobbins, John

Tewkesbury, Alan of, 117

Tewkesbury, 52, 110–69, 171–3, 175, 207, 228, 234, 236, 239, 241; Abbey Cottages, 129–30, 129, †144; abbey fee, 126, 136, 146–7; Abbey Ho., 125, 137, 139, 155, 165; adv., 155; agric., 137–9, 180, 231; almshouses, 168–9; assizes at, 117; Avon Ham, 114, 118, 122, 158, 182, 232; bartons, 119, 125–6, 136, 146, 152, 171; battle of, 96, 112, 116–17, 124, 153, 161, 229

Tewkesbury, borough, 110, 131–2, 148–9; borough corporation or council, 111–2, 132, 137–8, 141, 143–4, 146–53, 155–6, 164, 167–8, 173, 225, 241; arms, 153, 153; charters, 111, 131, 147–9, 153; ct., 146–9; customs, 146–7; freedom of, 117, 138, 143–4, 146, 148–9; magistrates, 117, 147–8, 150, 153; Quarter Sessions, 146–8, 150; seals, 152–3; officers: bailiffs, 111, 114, 133, 141, 143, 146–53, 155–6, 161, 167–8; coroner, 147, 149; mayor, 150, 152; recorder, 117, 148–50; steward, 117, 149; town clerk, 149–50, 153, 168; other officers, 139, 146–9, 152, 167

Tewkesbury, bridges, 114–16, 120; King John's Bridge (Long Bridge), 114–15, †115, 147, 167; and see Mythe Bridge; burgages, 110, 118, 133, 138, 147; cast. (supposed), 124–5; chant., 154; chap., 122, 135, 156; chaplains, 154; char., 137, 149, 151, 154–6, 158, 164, 166–9, 179; ch. (abbey ch.), 108, 111, 114, †115, 116, 117 n, 123, 146, 151, 154–6, 157, 158–63, 159, 166–7, 171, 176, 202, 234, 242; Holy Trinity ch., 151, 156, 169; Prior's Park mission ch., 156, 162; clubs, 122–3, 143; ct., 141, 146; curates, 46, 154–5; dom. arch., 122, 124, 126, 127, 128–31; fairs, 141–2, 148–9; farms, 139; fields, 138; and see Tewkesbury, Oldbury field; fire at, 110, 125, 156; fire engines, 123, 126, 152; fishery, 112, 132, 138, 140; garrison, 117; gas-works, 52, 118, 152; Gubshill, 116, 122, 124, 133, 138; guilds, 117, 142–4, 148; Holm Cast., 124–5; hosp., 150–1, 167; inc., 120, 138; ind., 111, 123, 139–46, †145, 179, 215–16

Tewkesbury, inns, 124; 'Bell', 123–4, 131; 'Berkeley Arms', 128; 'Black Bear', 129; 'Duke of York', 131; 'Fleece', 129; 'Lord Nelson', 129; 'Nottingham Arms', 129; Odessa Inn, 122, 124; 'Quart Pot', 142; 'Royal Hop Pole', 116, 124, 126; 'Star and Garter', 129; 'Swan', 116, 124, 131; 'Wheatsheaf', 123–4, 130; 'White Hart', 124, 142

Tewkesbury, Jews of, 117; King John's Cast., 122, 125, 135–6, 135; library, 122, 165; lighting, 149, 151–2; Lincoln Green, 122; man., 110, 120, 125, 131–9, 141, 146–9, 172, 175–8, 180, 184, 190, 192–3, 199, 221–3, 228–9, 232, 238, 246, 274–5; man.-hos., 116, 125, 133–6; maps and plans, 113, 121, 127; Margaret's Camp, 116, 122; mkt., 110–11, 114, 118, 137, 141–2, †145, 147–9, 171, 228; military incidents, 116–17; and see Tewkesbury, battle of; mills, 111–12, 125, 139–41, 146 183 n; museum, 123, 130, 150, 152; the Mythe, 110–12, 114, 116, 120, 122, 124–5, 134–9, 146, 149, 152, 156, 228; Mythe Hill, 116; Mythe Hook, 110, 112, 134–5, 146; the Mythe Tute, 111, 116–18, 136; and see Mythe Bridge

Tewkesbury, named as address, 37, 46, 108, 230, 241; nonconf., 49, 67, 111, 118, 123, 131, 151, 156, 163–6, 208, †208, 219, 236; Oldbury, 120, 123, 137, 145–6, 151, 165, 168–9; Oldbury field, 112, 118–20, 138, 149, 151; par. officers, 123, 147, 149–50, 154, 158–9, 161, 163, 168, 241; pk., 112, 137; parliamentary representation, 116, 148–9, 153–4, 163, 166; police, 152; poor-relief, 150, 234; pop., 111, 120; priests of, 151, 154–5; Prior's Park, 120, 156, 162, 165, 167; prisons, 119, 125–6, 146, 148–50, 152, 162, 166; public bldgs., 118; quay, 112, 114–16, †114, 120, 140; races, 123; rly., 111, 116, 118, 173; rectory, 154, 185, 234, 240; roads to, 35, 51, 61, 89, 97, 110, 115–16, 154, 173, 190, 196, 209–10, 221, 228–9, 250; Rom. rem., 110, 118, 133; royal visits, 110, 116–17, 125; sch., 24, 49, 67, 111, 122–3, 125, 131, 134, 148, 153, 156, 165–7, 187, 208, 234, 236, 241–2; Severn Ham, 112, 114–15, 119, 123, 137–8, 149, 167, 182, 232; sewage disposal, 151; Southwick, 110–12, 116, 120, 122, 124, 133–4, 137–9, 146, 149, 152, 228; Southwick Park, 122, 138, 165

Tewkesbury, street commissioners, 149–51; streets, etc., 111, 118–20; Barton Street, 118–20, 125–6, 128– 31, 141, 145–6, 150–2, 163, 165–6; Bull Ring, 114, 118, 149; Church Street, 118–20, 124–6, 128–31, †144, 145, 154, 163–5; High Street, 118–20, 128–31, 142–3, 145, 152, 162, 165; St. Mary's Lane, 114, 118–19, 129, 145–6, 152, 154, 163; Tolsey Lane, 118, 128, 164–5

Tewkesbury, Tewkesbury Park (or Lodge), 110, 112, 122, 125, 132–4, 139, 140 n, 275; theatres, 123, 152, 167; tithes, 116, 136, 155; town hall, 118, 152; vicarage, 155, 185, 233–5, 241; vicarage ho., 136, 155, 168; vicars or ministers of, 125, 155–6, 163, 165 n, 234, 241; and see Beard, Steph.; Cooper, Ric.; Evanson, Edw.; Geree, John; Gough, Edw. Pountney; Jones, Penry; Knight, Rob.; Matthews, John; Robeson, Hemming; Tatersall, Jas.; Wardell-Yerburgh, O. P.; Wells, Francis (fl. 1678); Wells, John (fl. 1658); White, Chas.; Wight, Nat.

Tewkesbury, wards, 152; watersupply, 150–1; woodland, 112, 134; workhouses, 120, 140 n, 144, 150; and see Lode, Lower; Lode, Upper

Tewkesbury Abbey, 48 n, 110, 118, 140, 153–4, 167, 191, 197, 205–6, 221; abbots of, 135–6, 161, 167, 173, 195, 199, 201–2, 226, 239; and see Alan; Cheltenham, Ric.; Cotes, John; Forthampton, Rob. of; Gerald; Parker, Thos.; Wakeman (or Wyche), John; buildings, 68, 125, 136–7, 148, 158; cell of, see Deerhurst Priory; ch., see Tewkesbury, ch.; estates, 9, 17–19, 29, 36, 41, 45, 52, 56, 63 n, 83–84, 86–87, 99, 103, 106, 108, 110, 112, 115, 119, 124–5, 132–9, 146, 155, 172, 175–6, 179–84, 192, 195, 197– 199, 201, 203, 205, 216–17, 221–2, 226, 230, 234, 238–41, 246, 252, 255–7, 259, 280, 285; obedientiaries, 135–6, 139, 182, 206, 222, 226, 230, 232, 238; pension from, 20, 184, 203; precincts, 119, 125–6, 137, 162

Tewkesbury and Deerhurst area, map, 57

Tewkesbury Electric Light Co., 152

Tewkesbury Gas Light Co., 152

Tewkesbury hund. or liberty, 2, 26, 110, 146, 148–9, 170–1, 170, 188, 195, 210, 244, 250, 270; bailiff of, 112, 149; ct., 146, 148–9, 171, 181, 184, 213–14, 216, 225, 233, 241, 248

Tewkesbury Joint Hospital Board, 52, 151

Tewkesbury Magazine and Literary Journal, 124

Tewkesbury Manufacturing Co., 146

Tewkesbury parliamentary division, 153

Tewkesbury Poor Law Union, 19, 44, 58, 65, 102, 107, 150, 184, 195, 206, 216, 226, 234, 241, 288

Tewkesbury Register and Gazette, 124

Tewkesbury Rural District, 44, 65, 102, 107, 195, 206, 288; housing, 35; hosp., 52, 151; water-supply, 210

Tewkesbury Weekly Record (formerly Tewkesbury Monthly Record and General Advertiser), 124

textile trades, 18, 44, 77, 86, 102, 111, 120, 137, 142–5, 183, 205, 216, 226, 241, 248, 258, 279, 287; and see fulling-mills; silk

theatres, see Tewkesbury

Theocus, legendary hermit, 117, 154, 163

Thomas the forester, 275

Thomas the freeman, 264–5

Thornbury, 171

Thornby, Wm., 179

Thorndon, John, 231

Thornloe, John, 8–9; Marg., m. Jos. Cocks, 9

Thorp, Thos., Rector of Kemerton, Archdeacon of Bristol, 210, 218–20

Thorpeley, John, 83; —, w. of John, 83

Throckmorton, Sir Baynham, 98– 99; Chris., 36, 38, 285; Eliz., see Bridges; Geo. (d. 1548), 36, 39, 41, 52, 65, 99, 106, 108; Geo. (fl. c. 1600), 276; Gillian, see Wye; John (d. 1472), 38, 65; John (fl. c. 1556), 255; John (fl. 1592), 276, 278; John (fl. 1651), 276; Mary, 202; Sir Thos. (d. 1568), 36, 38, 98–99, 106, 202; Sir Thos. (d. 1608), 36, 38, 41, 98, 106; Wm. (d. 1536), 36, 38, 98; Sir Wm. (d. 1629), 38, 98– 99, 106, 108, 275, 276 n; fam., 98, 100, 102, 204, 285

Thurstan son of Rolf, 9, 283

Thurston, Temple (fl. 1916), 231

Thynne, Wm., 162

Tibble Stone, the, 244, †246

Tibblestone hund., 1, 26, 170 n, 243– 244, 243

Tidenham, Buttington Tump in, 188 n

Tidmarsh, Chas., 218; fam., 215, 218–19

Till, J. G. W., 212; John, 212

Timbingctun, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Timbrill (Timbrell), John, Vicar of Beckford, Archdeacon of Gloucester, 251, 260–2; Rob., 251, 261; fam., 86, 259, 261

Tiptot, John, 222; Marg., w. of John, see Badlesmere; Marg., w. of Rob., 222; Millicent, m. 1 Steph. Scrope, 2 Sir John Fastolf, 222; Rob., 222

Tirle brook, 2, 16, 105, 172–4, 220, 225, 236; and see Hyde brook

Tirley, Bernard of, 102

Tirley, 38, 46, 95–105, 226, 269–70, 271 n, 272, 274, 276 n; adv., 103; agric., 100–1; bridges, 97; and see Haw Bridge; chap., 102–3; chaplains, 102; char., 102–5; Charlewood, 95, 275; ch., 45, 96, 99, 102; 104, 270; ch. ho., 105; Corse Court, see Tirley, Tirley Court; ct., 102; Cumberwood, 27, 96, 98, 100, 278; curates, 103; dom. arch., 95–96; Ellings, 96, 98, 100; farms, 101; fields, 100–1; fire at, 99; the Haw, 27, 95–102; Haw Green, 96–97, 102; and see Haw Bridge; Haw Passage; inc., 96, 101, 103; ind., 102; inns, 96–97; man., 95, 97– 102, 275, 276 n, 285; man.-hos., 96, 98–100; mills, 101–2; named as address, 53, 134; Nethers Green, 96; nonconf., 104; Pankery Lane, 96; par. officers, 99, 102; poorrelief, 102; pop., 96–97; roads, 97, 282, 286; Rye (Tirley Rye), 97– 102; Sandpits, 96, 99; sch., 96, 104–5; Tirley Court (formerly Corse Court), 95–96, 98, 275, 276 n; Tirley Knowle, 96, 102; Tirley Street, 96, 104; tithes, 99, 102–3; Town Street, 96, 98; vicarage, 101, 103, 288; vicarage ho., 96, 103; vicars of, 103; and see Bateman, Benjamin; Beeston, Ric.; Dowsing, Hugh; Gittos, Jas.; Gladwin, Rob.; Hone, J. F.; Parker, Chas.; Porter, John; Sandiford, Chas.; Wigwood, 95, 98–99, 101–2; woodland, 95–96; and see Corse Lawn

tobacco, 16, 43, 55, 76, 139, 247

Todenham, 39

Tokeley, Rous (fl. c. 1645), 133

Toky, Edm., 14, 63; Joan, w. of Edm., 14, 63, 91; Thos., 14, 63

toll, 146

Tombs, John, 180

Tomlinson, Edw., 139

Tompkins, Anne, 98; John, 98; Sim., 98; Susan, m. Thos. Miniett, 98

Tony, Rob., 277; his s. Hen., see Henry

Topcliff, Thos., Vicar of Beckford, 260

Tortworth, 99

Touques (Calvados, France), 167

tourism, 111, 146

tourn, sheriff's, 1, 244

Tovey, Thos., 134 n

Town Street, see Tirley

Townsend, Eliz., 155, 158; Reynold atte, 89, 92; Rob. Lawr., Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 19–20; Wm. Lawr., Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 19, 21

Tracy, Anne, see Coningsby; Sir Humph., 284; Nic., 259; Sir Paul, 255, 284; Ric. (d. 1568), 255; Sir Ric. (d. 1637), 255, 275, 284–5; Wm., Vct. Tracy, 62; fam., 259, 288

tramways, 7, 61, 70, 82, 90, 140

Tredington, Guy of, 230

Tredington, 2, 110, 120 n, 133, 136, 139 n, 171, 178, 228–36; adv., 234; agric., 137, 232–3; bridges, 228–9; char., 236; ch., 19, 23, 58, 155, 228, 234–6, 235; ct., 232–4; curates, 155, 234–5; dom. arch., 228–9; farms, 233; fields, 228, 232; hosp., see Elmstone Hardwicke, hosp.; inc., 155, 232–3; ind., 233; man., 179, 229–33; man.-hos., 229–31; mill, 228, 232–3; nonconf., 236; par. officers, 234, 236; perpetual curacy, 156, 234; perpetual curates, 234; and see Fowler, Hen. Bond; Hepworth, Rob.; Wilkes, Ric.; poorrelief, 234; pop., 229; roads, 61, 106, 229, 237; sch., 24–25, 229, 236; tithes, 233–4; Tredington Court, †182, 228, 230–1; Vicar of, see Webster, Geo. Edw.; vicarage, 234; vicarage ho., 234; woodland, 228

trees, noted, see Boddington, Boddington Oak; Boddington, Hayden's Elm; Elmstone Hardwicke, Piff's Elm

Tresham, Geo., 183

trespass, pleas of, 146

Trian, Eustachia, m. Rob. de Neville, ? m. 2 Ralph de Hay, 221; Rob., 221; Wm., 221

Trotman, Dan., 156, 163, 236; Ebenezer, 156

Troughton, A. G., 62; C. L., 231; Wm., curate of Deerhurst, 45; fam., 62

Tuchet, Wm., 221–2

Tuffley, 178

Turbert (fl. 1066), 246

Turberville, Hugh de, and his w., 283

Turk, Chas., 30; Charlotte, 34

Turner, Eliz., 164; Thos., Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 21

turnips, 214–15, 224, 248, 258, 265

Turton, Rob., 53

Tusmore (Oxon.), 40

Twigworth, 52

Twinhoe, Edm., 37, 63; Giles, 37; Kath., see Solers; Wal., 63; Wm. (fl. 1497), 63; Wm. (fl. 1547), 37, 63; Wm. (fl. 1606), 37

Twisleton, John, and his w. Anne (? formerly w. of Sir Ric. Franklin), 255

Twyning, 116, 118; Shuthonger Common, 116

Tyndale, Edw., 226

Tyrconnel, Earl of, see Carpenter, Geo.

Tytherington, 234

U.

Uckington, in Elmstone Hardwicke, 27, 50–60, 93; agric., 54–56; chap., 59; ct., 56, 92–93, 107; dom. arch., 51; farms, 56; fields, 55; inc., 50, 55; ind., 56; inns, 52; man., 11–12, 52–56, 59, 91–92, 192; man.-hos., 52–54, 56; mill, 56; nonconf., 59, 262; par. meeting, 58; par. officers, 50, 58; poor-relief, 58; pop., 51; roads, 51; sch., 60; tithes, 53, 58

Uhtred, under-king of the Hwicce, 210

undenominational churches, 24, 59, 165, 187, 250

Underhill, John (fl. 1279), 285; John (d. 1719), 130; Juette, see Wincot; Nic., 285; Ric., 285; Rob., 238; Thos. (fl. 1361), 285; Thos. (fl. (1423), 285; Wm., 285

Underhills, see Hasfield

Unitarians, 156

Unton, Edw., 178; Joan, see Dudley

Upton upon Severn (Worcs.), 97, 164 n, 226, 262, 274

Urling Smith, Miss, 81

Uvedale, Jas., Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 21; Rob., 21

V.

Valognes, Hamo de, 238; Rob. de, Precentor of York and Rector of Bishop's Cleeve, 20

Valois, Cath. de, m. Henry V, 10

Van der Gucht, Mrs. H. B., 39

Vangelder, Peter Mathias, 88

Vanlore, Peter, 8, 10, 13

Vaughan, Garnons, 30; Magdalen, see Garnons; Sarah, w. of Wm. (d. 1717), 30; Thos., 123; Wm. (fl. c. 1622), 30; Wm. (d. 1717), 30; —(fl. 1627), 30

Vavasour, Sir Wm., 190

Venables, Eliz., m. 1 Ric. Buckle, 2 Chas. Dowdeswell, 136; Ric., 134

Vere, Anne de, see Bayning; Aubrey de, Earl of Oxford, 52; John de, Earl of Oxford, 222; Maud de, see Badlesmere; Rob. de, Earl of Oxford, 222; Thos. de, Earl of Oxford, 222; Wm. de, Bp. of Hereford, 72

Verney, Eliz., see Catesby; Ric., 84

Veronica, St., paintings of, 23

vetitum namium, 1, 270

Vigors, Thos. Mercer de Cliffe, 29–30

villages, deserted, see deserted villages and hamlets

village, 'model', see 'model' village

Vince, Hen. Chivers, 178

vineyards, 16, 43, 125, 138, 142, 257

vintners, 142

volunteers, 123

W.

Wadley, —, 289

Waerfrith, Bp. of Worcester, 53

Waermund, Bp. of Worcester, 259

waif, 1, 146, 205, 258

Wainlode Bridge, 36

Wainlode Hill, see Norton

Wakeman, Anne, w. of Wm. (d. 1561), m. 2 Thos. Lupton, 134; Anne, w. of Wm. (d. 1587), m. 2 Geo. Connard, 134; Benedict (d. 1729), 254–5; Benedict (d. 1765), 254; Edw. (d. 1634), 134–5, 247, 255; Edw. (d. 1659), 254; Edw. (fl. 1723), 135; Eliz., w. of Edw. (d. 1634), see Peart; Eliz., w. of John (d. by 1662), 135; Hen. (d. 1787), 248, 254, 256–8; Hen. (d. 1812), 135; (or Wyche), John, Abbot of Tewkesbury, Bp. of Gloucester, 83, 134, 161, 201, 206; John (d. 1625), 254–5, 257–9; John (d. by 1662), 135; Ric. (fl. 1534, 1547), 134–5, 179; Ric. (d. 1597), 135, 179, 252, 254, 256; Ric. (fl. 1611), 258; Ric. (d. 1662), 254, 261; Rog., 83; Thos. (fl. 1553), 134; Thos. (fl. 1568, 1591), 134; Thos. (fl. 1849), 180; Wal. (fl. 1781), 135; Wal. (fl. 1856), 254; Wm. (fl. before 1534), 179; Wm. (d. 1561), 134; Wm. (d. 1587), 134; Wm. (d. c. 1681), 155, 158, 168; Wm. (d. 1836), 180, 251, 254, 261; Wm. Plowden, 254; Mr. (fl. 1672), 135; fam., 180, 246–7, 251, 255 n, 256, 258–9, 261

Waleran, Earl of Worcester, 110, 125

Wales, Prince of, see Edward VII; Edward (d. 1471); George II

Wales, men abducted to, 282; military affairs in, 117, 283; road to, 97; ruler of, see Llywelyn ap Iorwerth; South, 140, 142; Welsh forces, 116–17; Welsh wars, 19

walker, Phil. the, see Philip

Walker, Jas., 97; John, 72

Wall, Geo., 134; Hugh, Rector of Hasfield, 288–9; John, 132–3; Mary Brilliana, w. of John, 132–3; Ric. (fl. 1682), 289; Ric. (? another, d. 1704), 289 n; Rob. Martin Popham, 133; Wm. E., 177–8, 183; fam., 133

Waller, Sir Wm., 117

Wallis, Ralph, 104

Walter of Gloucester, see Gloucester

Walter Poncherius (fl. 1086), 39

Walter the forester, 275

Walter the Bridgewright, see Bridgewright

Walton, see Deerhurst, Deerhurst Walton; Deerhurst, Walton

Walton Cardiff, 110, 136, 148, 171, 173, 175 n, 234, 236–42, 237; adv., 241; agric., 240; bridges, 237; chant., 241; char., 242; ch., 162, 234, 239–42; ct., 241; curates, 241– 242; dom. arch., 237; farms, 240; fields, 240; inc., 240; ind., 241; man., 237–41; man.-ho., 237, 239, 241; mill, 241; nonconf., 242; par. officers, 241; perpetual curacy, 155, 241; perpetual curates, 241; and see Prosser, Wm.; poor-relief, 241; pop., 237; roads, 229, 237; spa, see Ashchurch, spa; tithes, 238, 240; woodland, 237, 240

Walton House, see Ashchurch

Walwyn, Edm., 13; Edw., 13; John, 13; Wm., 13

Ward, John, poet, 117

Wardell-Yerburgh, O. P., Vicar of Tewkesbury, 158

Wareham (Dors.), 154

Warkman, Mary, 164

Warne, J., 134; John, 134; Thos., 134, 136

Warner, Edw. Poulton, 134; Edw. Rowland, 134; (or Werner), Jas., 164–5

Warren, Anne, m. Sir Rob. Jason (d. by 1727), 263; Anne, w. of David, see Jason; David, 263, 266– 267

warren, see free warren

Warwick, Ctss. of, see Beauchamp, Anne (d. 1449); Beauchamp, Anne (d. c. 1490); Despenser, Isabel; Duke of, see Beauchamp, Hen.; Earls of, 13, 40, 216; and see Beauchamp, Ric.; Beauchamp, Thos.; Beauchamp, Wm. (d. 1297); Dudley, John; Neville, Ric.; Plantagenet, Edw.

Warwick's and Spencer's, land called, in various parishes, 40, 111, 134, 176–7, 211 n, 229–30

Warwick, 163

Washbourne, Great, 106, 179, 226, 230, 250; ch., 259–61; curate, 262

watch-manufacture, 3

Waterlet brook, 209

Watson, Geo., 123

Webb, Grace, see Baghot-De la Bere; Hen. Gillum, 176; Phil., architect, 202; Ric., 73

Webster, Geo. Edw., Vicar of Tredington, 234–5

Wedgwood, Lawr., 230

Weightman & Hadfield, 219

weights and measures, assay of, 77

Weir, Wm., 33

Welford-on-Avon (wholly Warws. since 1931), 26–27

Wells (Welles), Francis (fl. 1678), minister or Vicar of Tewkesbury, 155; Francis (fl. 1756), Vicar of Prestbury, 78; John (fl. 1658), minister or Vicar of Tewkesbury. 155; John (d. 1663), 63; John (d, 1731), 63; John (fl. 1757), 63, 192; Ric., see Atwell; Rob. (fl. 1580), see Atwell; Rob. (d. 1686), 63; Wm., 63; Mr. (fl. 1672; ? same as Wm.), 63; — (fl. before 1583), 60

Welsford, Hen., 164

Wendlesclif, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Wentworth, Wm., Earl of Strafford, 176

Werner, Jas., see Warner

Wesley, John, 164

West, Anne, see Roberts; Eliz. Louisa, see Alston; Jas. (d. 1772), 83–84, 88–89; Jas. (d. 1795), 83; Jas. (later Jas. Roberts West) (d. 1838), 83; Jas. Roberts (d. 1882), 82–83, 89; (later Alston-Roberts-West), Jas. Roberts (d. 1918), 83, 88; Sarah, w. of Jas. (d. 1772), 88–89; fam., 82, 88; and see AlstonRoberts-West

West Saxons, King of the, see Alfred; Beorhtric

Westbury-on-Trym, in Henbury, coll., 19

Westmacott, Laur., 34; Ric., jr., 88

Westmancote, see Bredon

Westminster (Mdx.), 270

Westminster Abbey, abbots of, 38, 40, 269–70, 275; estates, 14, 26–27, 35–44, 49–50, 52–56, 60, 62–63, 65, 95, 97–98, 103, 188, 190–4, 211, 269, 271, 275–8, 283, 286–7

Westminster hund., 27, 50, 60, 95, 188, 195, 269–70, 269; bailiff of, 270; ct., 269–70, 279, 287

Westwood, Hugh, 29; Rob., 29

Whitaker, T. E., 10–12

Whitchurch (Warws.), 82, 87

White, Chas., Vicar of Tewkesbury, 156; E.T.A., 136; Mary, see Cotton; Sir Thos. (fl. early 17th cent.), 133; Thos. (fl. 1699), 38; Wm., 249

Whitfield, Geo., 164

Whittington, Cecily, see Browning; Guy, 62; Joan, see Archer; John (d. 1503), 62; John (d. 1525), 62– 63; Maud, m. Wm. Wye, 276; Ric., s. of Guy, 62; Ric., s. of Ric., 62; Rob. (fl. 1400), 275; Rob. (fl. c. 1450), 62; Thos. (fl. 1491), 276–7; Thos. (d. 1546), 62; Wm. of, 12; Mr. (fl. 1576), 162; —, daus. of Ric., s. of Guy, 62; —, daus. of Thos., 62; fam., 91–92

Wickridge, see Hasfield

Wigger, Lawr., 133; Ric., 133; Rob., 133; fam., 133

Wight, Nat., minister or Vicar of Tewkesbury, 155 n

Wightfield (Wyffield), Wm. of, 62–63

Wightfield, see Deerhurst

Wigmore, John, 277

Wigwood, see Tirley

Wilkes, Ric., perpetual curate of Tredington, 234, 241

Willersey, 267; Rector of, see Preedy, Benjamin

William I, 110, 131; Maud, w. of, see Maud

William II, 131, 283

William, Earl of Gloucester, 131, 147, 238, 274; Amice, dau. of, see Amice; Avice or Isabel, dau. of, see Isabel; Mabel, dau. of, see Mabel

William son of Baderon, 98

William son of Henry the smith, 277

William the freeman, 41

Williams, C. W., 185; John, Rector of Coln St. Dennis, Chancellor of Gloucester diocese, 32; Wm. (fl. 1636), 104; Wm. (fl. 1728, 1743), perpetual curate of Ashchurch, Vicar of Elmstone Hardwicke, 186

Willicote, see Quninton

Willicotes, Thos., 84; Wm., 84

Willis, Hen., 162; Wm., Rector of Hinton on the Green, 267; fam., 247

Willoughby Edw., 190, 212; Eliz., see Beauchamp; Wm., Lord Willoughby, 239

Wilmot, Philippa, see Hayward

Wilson, John, 139; Sam., 276–7; Wm., 168

Wilton, Wm., Vicar of Beckford, 260

Winchcombe, 7, 68, 70; abbey, 18; Greet, 155; highway district, 259; workhouse, 19, 44, 58, 102, 206, 226, 288; and see Cockbury

Winchcombe rural deanery, 45

Winchcombe Poor Law Union, 19, 259

Winchcombe Rural District, 259; water-supply, 7, 251

Wincot, Eleanor, dau. of John, 238; Eliz., dau. of John of, 238; and see Wincot, Marg. or Eliz.; Joan of, see Cardiff; John of, 238; Juette, m. Rob. Underhill, 238; Marg. or Eliz., ? m. John Baudrip, 238

windmills, 17–18, 101–2, 107, 137, 139–40, 183, 198, 205, 241, 287

Winson, see Bibury; Winson Mill Farm, see Coln St. Dennis

Winstone, Albinia Frances Hayward, m. John Adey Curtis (later called Mrs. Curtis Hayward), 177, 183; Wm. Hayward, see Hayward

Winter, Alice, see Rodborough; John, 62

Winterbotham, Hen. Selfe Page, 117 n; Lindsey, 117 n, 135

Wintle, John, and his w., 122

Wither, John, 277

Withy Bridge, see Boddington

Wixford (Warws.), 87

Wluvi (fl. 1066), 190–1

Wontley, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Wood, Anne, m. Sir Ian Yeaman, 53; Anne, m. Wm. Hawkins, 277; Eliz., 277; Jas., 277; S. G., 53; fam., 277

woodland, see Ashton under Hill; Beckford; Boddington; Cleeve, Bishop's; Corse; Forthampton; Hasfield; Hinton on the Green; Oxenton; Prestbury; Southam; Tewkesbury; Tirley; Tredington; Walton Cardiff; Woodmancote

Woodmancote, in Bishop's Cleeve, 1–2, 4, 6–7, 14, 18; agric., 14–15; Bushcombe, 4; char., 25; club, 8; dom. arch., 4; fields, 15–17; inc., 16– 17; ind., 18; inn, 8; man., 13; man.ho., 4, 13; mills, 4, 18; nonconf., 24; par. council, 19; par. officers, 19; poor-relief, 19; Queen's Wood, 3; roads, 7; sch., 25; woodland, 3

Woodrow, see Corse

Woodstock (Oxon.), 67

woodward, Reynold the, see Reynold

Woodward, Edw., 84–85, 88; Eleanor, w. of John, 134; Eleanor, w. of Thos. (d. 1597), 134; Eliz., 134; (or Smith), John, 134; Ric., 84; Thos. (d. 1597), 134; Thos. (fl. 1752), 84; Wm., 177–8

Woolstone, 19, 27, 105–9, 220–1, 226; adv., 108; agric., 106–7; bridge, 106; char., 108–9, 228; ch., 105, 108–9, 227; ct., 107; Crane Hill, 105; curates, 108; dom. arch., 105; farms, 107; fields, 107; fire at, 107 n, 108–9; inc., 107; ind., 107; man., 106–7; man.-ho., 106, 108–9; mills, 107; nonconf., 109; par. officers, 107; pk., 107; poor-relief, 107; pop., 105–6; prehist. rem., 105; rectors of, 108–9; and see Bishop, Rob.; Cavell, John; Coventry, Gil. Geo.; Elliott, Joshua; Keck, Nic.; Southhouse, Edw.; rectory, 106, 108, 226; rectory ho., 106, 107 n, 108; roads, 106, 229; Rom. rem., 105; sch., 109; Woolstone Hill, 105

Woolstrop, see Quedgeley

Worcester, Wm. of, 221

Worcester, Earl of, see Beauchamp, Ric.; Waleran

Worcester, 115, 139, 140, 156, 216, 239

Worcester, Bp. of, 45, 259–60; and see Brian, Reynold; Cantilupe, Wal.; Cobham, Thos.; Denebeorht; Giffard, Godfrey, Maddox, Isaac; Maidstone, Wal.; Mauger; Oswald, St.; Waerfrith; Waermund; Wulfstan, St.; estates, 1–2, 4, 6, 8–14, 17, 19, 53, 214, 246, 253

Worcester, cathedral ch. of, estates of, 1, 53, 68, 210; prior and convent, 19

workhouses, see Cleeve, Bishop's; Deerhurst; Forthampton; Prestbury; Staunton; Tewkesbury; Winchcombe

Worsey, Fred., 72; Fred. Wm., 72

Wriggan, Rob., 168–9

Wright, John (fl. 1593), perpetual curate of Ashchurch, 185; John (fl. 1635), 168, 219–20

writs, return of, 1, 269–70;

Wulfhead, Bp. of Hereford, 72, 259

Wulfstan, St., Bp. of Worcester, 8

Wyatt, A. H., Vicar of Corse, 280; John, 115; Wm., 115

Wyche (or Wakeman), John, Abbot of Tewkesbury, Bp. of Gloucester, see Wakeman; John, Prior of Llanthony, 80

Wycliffe, John, 210

Wye, Gillian, w. of Thos., m. 2 John Throckmorton, 276; Jane, w. of Rob., 276; Maud, see Whittington; Rob., 276; Thos., sheriff of Glos., 276–7; Wm., 276

Wye, riv., 188 n

Wyffield, Wm., see Wightfield

Wylde, Anne, see Dowdeswell; Rob., 201

Wyman's brook, 67

Wynde, Chas., 155, 158, 161, 169

Wynell, Thos., 21

Y.

Yate, Cath., m. Rob. Dobyns, 276; Rice, 276; fam., 86; and see Dobyns Yate

Yeaman, Anne, see Wood; Sir Ian, 53

Yeend family, 182

York, 222; Abp. of, see Oswald, St.; canon of, see Bubwith, Nic.; Precentor of, see Valognes, Rob. de

Yorke, Gerald Jos., 201–2; Hen. Vincent ('Henry Green'), 199; Jas., Bp. successively of St. David's, of Gloucester, and of Ely, 199, 201, 203, 205–6, 207 n; John Reg., 201; Mrs. J. R., 199; Jos. (d. 1830), 201; Jos. (d. 1889), 201, 208; Mary, see Maddox; Phil., Earl of Hardwicke, 201; Vincent Wodehouse, 201; fam., 198–9, 203, 207–8

Z.

Zouche (Zouch), Eleanor la, see Clare; Wm. la, Lord Zouche of Ashby, 131–2, 202, 238; fam., 86, 202