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Note. Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may need elucidation: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; abp., archbishop; Bart., Bartholomew; bp., bishop; bro., brother; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charities; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church(es); coll., college; ctss., countess; ct., court(s); 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; Gt., Great; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital(s); ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Kath., Katherine; Lawr., Lawrence; Lit., Little; man., manor(s); Marg., Margaret; mkt., market(s); m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic, Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic, Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; n, note; par., parish; pk., park(s); Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., pre-historic; 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; Vct., Viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William

A.

Abbot, Sir John, 123

Abbotswood, see Swell, Lower

Abel Smith, R., 90

Ackerley, Jos. Chamberlayne, see Chamberlayne

Acton, Iron, 180

Adlestrop, John of, 11

Adlestrop, 2, 7, 8–16, 28, 142, 157; Adlestrop Hill (the Green Hill), 8–9, 13; adv., 14; agric, 11–13; bridges, 8; Adlestrop Bridge, 8, 87, 149; Marsh Bridge, 8–9, 14; chaplains, 14, 57; char., 16; ch., 8–9, 14–15, 56, 58; ct., 12, 14; curates, 14–15, 57; dom. arch., 9–10; farms, 13; fields, 13; Harcomb, 8, 12; inc., 9, 56; ind. and trade, 13– 14; man., 11, 13–15. 40, 52, 56–57; man.-ho. (Adlestrop Ho. or Park), 8–10; military incident, 8; mill, 14; nonconf., 15–16; par. officers, 14; pk., 8–9; poor-relief, 14; pop., 9; prehist. rem., 8; rectors of, see Broadwell; rectory ho. (Adlestrop Ho.), 9–11, 14, 57, 89; rly. sta. (in Oddington par.), 8–9, 11, 88–89, 149; roads, &c., 8–9, 14; sch., 9, 16; woods, 8

Ady, Jas., 28

'Æeoport', 74

Ælfweard, Bp. of London, 51

Agelwin, Dean of Worcester, 65

Agriculture and Fisheries, Ministry of, 178

Ailstone, see Clifford Chambers

Ainulf, Rob. and his w. Maud, 44

Albini Brito, Wm. de, 100

Aldbourne (Wilts.), 32

Alder, John, 66

Alderbury, John, 192

Alderton, Nic. of, 193; Patrick of, 192; Phil. of, and his w. Juliane, 193; Teofridus of, 193; fam., 193

Alderton with Dixton, 186, 188, 189–97, 221 n, 233; adv., 191–2, 195; Alderton Field, 190; Aiderton Hill, 189, 232; agric., 193–4; bridge, 189; chaplain, 195; char., 196–7; ch., 189, 195–7; clubs, 190; curate, 195; dom. arch., 190–1; farms, 194; fields, 191 n, 193–4; inc., 189, 194–6; ind. and trade, 194; inn, 189–90, 194; man., 191–3. 195, 197; man.-ho., 189–90, 197; nonconf., 197; poor-relief, 195; pop. 190; prehist. rem., 189; rectors of, 190, 195–6; and see Ash; Banks; Carter, John; Covey, Chas. and Chas. Rogers; Higford, Hen. (d. by 1715) and Hen. (d. 1795); Pennington; Townsend, Rob. (Lawrence); rectory, 194–5, 236; rectory ho., 191, 195, 236; road to, 232; roads, &c. in, 189–90; sch., 197, 237; woods, 189; and see Dixton

Aldith (fl. 12th cent.), 11 n

Aldridge, Ric., Rector of Gt. Rissington, 104

Aldsworth, 121–2, 180

Alexander III, pope, 126

Alfer (fl. 1066), 80

Alfred, Bp. of Worcester, 24

Allen, Audrey, 123; Chris., 123, 126, 179; Sir John (fl. 1533), 123; John (fl. 1839), Vicar of Bledington, 31; fam., 92

Allibond, John, Rector of Broadwell, 51, 57

Allies, Rob., 200

almshouses, see Bourton-on-the-Hill; Sherborne; Stow-on-the-Wold

Alscot Park, see Preston on Stour

Alstone, see Overbury

Alvescot (Oxon.), 23, 180

Alvin (fl. 1066), 19, 80

America, emigration to, 36, 44, 159

Ampney, Down, 180

Anabaptists, see Baptists

Andoversford, see Dowdeswell

Andrews, Ric., 51, 79–81, 109, 152; Wm., 33

Anne, Queen, see Bounty

Annesley, Arthur, Rector of Clifford Chambers, 210, 215; Francis, Rector of Clifford Chambers, 210, 214; Francis Hanbury, 214; Geo., 216

Ansell, John Jordan, 49

Apperley, see Deerhurst

appropriations, see Barrington; Bledington; Bourton-on-the-Water; Condicote; Eyford; Naunton; Sherborne; Stow-on-the-Wold; Stanway; Swell, Lower; Washbourne, Gt.; Windrush

Arcedekne, Eliz., see Talbot; Sir Warin l', 79

archery, 150

architects, see Blow; Cotton, J.; Cutts; Dawber; Jackson, T. G.; Jones, Inigo; Kent, Wm.; Lutyens; Marshall, Wm. (fl. 1783); Medland; Miller; Pace; Pearson; Repton, Adey and Humph.; Strong, Thos. and Valentine; Webb, John; Wyatt, Lewis

Arkell, Ric., 156; Thos., 156; fam., 156

Ash, Jas., Rector of Alderton, 196

Ashchurch, 186, 236; Aston on Carrant, 186; Fiddington, 186, 188; Natton, 186; Pamington, 186, 188, 235

Ashfield, John, 60; Mic, 60, 101; Rob., 60

Ashton, Thos. Hen. Raymond, Lord Ashton of Hyde, 50 n, 53

Ashton under Hill (Worcs. since 1931), 186, 188, 238

Askill, Chas., 180

Astley, Sir Jacob, Lord Astley, 151

Aston, John, 74; Geof., 74; Rob. of, 100; Wal., Rector of Dumbleton, 74

Aston Blank, 48, 81–82

Aston Mill, see Slaughter, Lower, mills

Aston on Carrant, see Ashchurch

Aston Somerville, 74

Atherstone (Warws.), 207, 209–10

Atkyns, Anne, m. John Tracy (d. 1735), 226 n; Anne Dorothy, 167; John, 167; Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1710), 167, 171; Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1711), 167, 226 n; Sir Rob. (d. 1753), 152, 167; fam., 226

Atterbury, Dr. Lewis, Rector of Gt. Rissington, 105

Atwell, Ric., 135–6

Aufield, Rob., Rector of Bourtonon-the-Water, 45 n

Austen, Jane, novelist, 11

Auti (fl. 1066), 252

Aveline (fl. 12th cent.), 11 n

Avon, riv. (Warwickshire Avon), 188, 207, 209

Aylmer (fl. 1066), 19, 79

Aylworth, Ant., 80; Bray, 80; Edw., 80, 82; John, 82; Joshua, 80, 165; Ric. (d. 1578), 80; Capt. Ric. (d. 1661), 79–80; fam., 62, 78–81, 86

Aylworth, in Naunton, 1, 2, 4, 6 n, 76–78, 80; agric, 1, 81–83; Aylworth Downs, 82; ct., 84; farms, 82–83; fields, 82; inc., 82; man., 80–81, 83; pop., 77

B.

Bacon, J., sr., 127; J., jr., 127

Badger, Ric., 257–8

Bagehott, —, 142

Bagley, Hen., 62; Wm., 97

Baker, Ric., 29; Wm. (fl. 1660), 97; Wm. (fl. 1775–82), Rector of Condicote, 71 n

Baldwin (fl. 1235), 79; and see Harford, Baldwin of

Balliol College, Oxford, Master of, see Leigh, Theophilus (d. 1785)

Banbrook, Thos., Rector of Broadwell, 57

Banbury (Oxon.), 173

Banbury and Cheltenham Rly., 1, 78

Banbury and District Hospital Management Committee, 39, 243

Banks, Wm., Rector of Alderton, 196

Banks Fee, see Longborough

Baptists and Anabaptists, 26, 38–39, 47–48, 58, 62–63, 72, 77–78, 85– 86, 97, 113, 133–4, 141, 163–4, 171–2, 197, 206, 249

Bariatinsky, Princess, see Dutton, Frances May

Barker, Hugh, 159; Ric., 52; Thos., 16; Wm., 52; fam., 53, 58

Barking, Ric. of, Abbot of Westminster, 240

Barksdale, Clement, Rector of Naunton, 78, 85–86, 160 n; fam., 86

Barnard, Hen., 101–2; Joan, 106; John (d. 1621), 101, 105; John (fl. 1639), 101; John (fl. 1672), 101

Barnes, Eliz., see Rainsford; Wm., 210

Baron, Benjamin, 173–4, 178

Barrie, Sir Jas., 226

Barrington, Gt. and Lit., 3, 4, 16–27; advowsons, 20, 24–25; agric., 20– 22; Barrington Park and Barrington Grove, see man.-hos.; bridges, 7, 17–18; char., 22, 26–27; ch., 17–19, 24–26, 182, 184; ct., 7, 21, 23; curates, 24–25; dom. arch., 18–19; farms, 22; fields, 21; inc., 21–22; ind. and trade, 22; inns, 22; Dog Inn, 18; New Inn, 17, 22; man., 19–23, 101, 103, 180; man.-hos. (Barrington Grove), 17, 19; (Barrington Park), 17–18, 24, 26, 101, 182; mills, 22–23, 99; nonconf., 26, 184; pk., 17, 21, 24; poor-relief, 23; pop., 18; rectories, 20, 24–25; roads, &c. in, 17; roads to, 98–99, 102, 107, 114, 178; Rom. rem., 17; sch., 26, 184; tithings, 23; vicarages, 24–25; vicars of Gt. Barrington, 24, 182; and see Bradley, John (fl. 1689– 1741); Eaton; Hicks, John; Lewes; Rice, Edw.; vicars of Lit. Barrington, 25; and see Chadwell, Wm. (fl. 1669–75); Edmunds, Ric; Goodenough; Jones, Fulk and Lewis; Lane, John; Rice, Ric. (fl. 1866–1902); and see Farwell Hill.

Barrington hund., 2–4

Bartlett, fam., 210

Barton-on-the-Heath (Warws.), 205 n

Baskerville, Bernard de, 174; Dr. Edw., Rector of Westcote, 177; Eleanor, dau. of Sir Thos., m. John Talbot, 51–52, 56, 79; Eleanor, w. of Sir Thos., 56; Jas. (d. 1499), 174, 177; Jas. (d. 1535), 174; Jas. (fl. 1546), 174; Sir John, 174, 177; Marg., see Dale; Sir Ric. (fl. 1303–48), 174, 177; Ric. (d. 1392), 174; Ric. (fl. 1392 and later), 174; Ric. (fl. 1572), Rector of Westcote, 177; Sibyl, 174; Sir Thos., 51, 56, 79; Wal. (d. by 1216), 174; Wal. (fl. 1246, 1265), 174; Sir Wal. (d. 1507), 174; Wal. (fl. 1571), 56; fam., 172, 174, 176–7

Basle (Switzerland), 74

Basset, Agatha, m. Rob. of Theydon, 108; Nic, 108–9, 111; Ralph, clerk of Abp. of Canterbury, 112; Ralph, justiciar, 108, 112

Bassingbourne, Hen., Prior of Woodbridge, Rector of Wick Rissington, 38, 118–19

Baston, Wal., 168

Bates, Francis, 87 n

Bateson, Giles, 200; Wm. (fl. 1647), 199–200; Wm. (fl. 18th cent.), 199; fam., 200

Bath (Som.), 215

Bath and Wells, Bp. of, see Burnell, Rob.; Droxford

Batsford, 202, 216–17, 240, 258; adv., 248; Batsford Park, 200, 218, 249; Batsford Park estate, 198, 203, 206, 217–18, 245, 248; ch., 71; char., 206; rectors of, 243, 250; and see Jones, Spencer; Wicks; rectory, 248; rectory ho., 248; road to, 198, 240, 242

battles and encounters, 51, 79, 81, 128, 150–1, 162

Baty, fam., 87

Bazley, Sir Thos., Bt., 75

Beard, Ric., alderman of Gloucester, 66; fam., 66

Beauchamp, Anne, m. Ric. Neville, Earl of Warwick, 187, 210; Ric. de, Earl of Warwick, 187

Beck, Jas., Rector of Bourton-on-theHill and Vicar of Stanway, 205, 230; —, Vicar of Stanway, 230

Beckbury Camp, see Didbrook

Beckford, 189–90, 232, 235–7; Didcot, 186

Beddome, Benjamin, 39, 47–48

Bedford, Duke of, see Tudor

Bellamy (or Crayle), Crayle, 91

Bellowe, John, 117

Belvoir Priory (Lincs.), 100–1

Beman, Rob., 53–54

Benfield, John, 32

Bennett, Geo. (fl. 1840), 60; Geo. (fl. 1879), 109; John, 109; fam., 109, 111

Beoley (Worcs.), 174

Beorhtwulf, King of Mercia, 226

Bere Regis (Dors.), 200

Berington, Eleanor, see Willoughby; Thos., 41

Berkeley, Sir Rob., 159

Berkshire, detached part of, 4, 16–17, 23

berridales, 29, 91–92, 110

Besemaunsel, John, 193

Besford (Worcs.), 180

Best, Hen., 214

Beysyn, Hugh, 74 n; John, 74; Sir Wal., 74

Bibury, Vicar of, see Knollys

Bicester (Oxon.), 28; Priory, 138

Biggs, Ric., 180

Bigland, Ralph, 61

Billingsley, Lady, 232

Birmingham, 40, 213, 215; Queen's Coll., 242

Bishop, Hen., 66

Blagg, Hen., 80; Mary, see Herring; fam., 80

Bledington, 2, 7, 27–33; adv., 31; agric, 29–30, 91; bridge, 27; chant., 32; char., 33; ch., 31–32, 140, 220; ct., 30; curates, 31; dom. arch., 27–28; farms, 29–30; fields, 29; inc., 29; ind. and trade, 30; inns, 28, 30; man., 28, 123; mill, 28–30; nonconf., 28, 32; par. officers, 30–31; Pebbly Hill, 27; poor-relief, 31; pop., 27; rector of, see Studley; rectory, 28–29, 31; roads, &c. in, 27–28; roads to, 87– 88; sch., 28, 33; vicarage, 28, 31; vicars of, 30–31; and see Allen, John; Cooke, John; workhouse, 31

Blenheim Palace, see Woodstock

Bligh, Ada, 200

Bliss, Ric., Vicar of Lower Swell, 171

Blizzard, Thos., 66, 152

Blockley (Worcs. until 1931), 153, 203–4, 219, 248; Ditchford Mill, 251; Dorn, 216

Blockley, rural deanery or peculiar of, 70, 204, 248

Blow, Detmar, 225

Blundell, John, 11; Nic., 11–13

Boddington, 186, 188, 238; Hayden, 238; Withy Bridge, 238

Bodenham, Chas., 40

Bohun, Marg. de, 65–66

Bolle (fl. 11th cent.), 179

Bond, Nic., Rector of Bourton-onthe-Water and President of Magdalen Coll., Oxford, 45

Bonpas, Clement, 23

Bosley &c Harper, Messrs., 244

Boteler, Ralph, 100; and see Butler

Bouchier, Ant., 244, 248

Boulton, Hannah, 69; John (fl. 1523– 32), 69; John (fl. 1671), 69; Thos., 69; Mr., 69

Bounty, Queen Anne's, 31, 219, 230, 236

Bourne, Ric., 204

Bourton, Ralph of, 42; Wal. of, Vicar of Yarnton (Oxon.), 46

Bourton Bridge, see Bourton-on-theWater

Bourton-on-the-Hill, 186, 188, 197– 206, 238–9, 240 n, 247; adv., 200, 204; agric, 201–3, 245; almshouses (the Retreat), 199, 206; Bourton Downs, 197–9, 203, 223; Bourton Hill, 198–9, 202–3; chaplains, 204–5; char., 205–6; ch., 46 n, 198, 204–6, 248–9; ct., 204; curates, 205; dom. arch., 199; farms, 203; fields, 202–3; inc., 197–8, 201–3, 205–6; ind. and trade, 203; inns, 203; man., 197, 199–204, 244–5, 247; man.-hos., 198–9; military incident, 199; mills, 203; nonconf., 206, 249; par. officers, 204–5; poor-relief, 204; pop., 198, 242; race-horse training stables, 198–9, 203; rectors of, 204–5, 248; and see Beck, Jas.; Nash, Geo.; Oldisworth, Giles and Nic.; Warneford, Sam. Wilson; Watkins; rectory, 202–5, 246; rectory ho., 199, 205; the Retreat, see almshouses; road to, 240; roads, &c. in, 198; Rom. rem., 198; sch., 199, 206; streams, 197; woods, 198, 200–2

Bourton-on-the-Water, 1–2, 7, 33– 49, 60, 115, 119, 131, 157, 197, 230; adv., 45; agric., 41–43, 61; Bourton Hill, 33; bridges, 36; Bourton Bridge, 35, 37–38, 128 n, 129; chant., 46–47, 117; char., 48–49, 63; ch., 45–47, 62–63, 132–3, 205 n; clubs and social institutions, 39; ct., 42, 44; curates, 46; dom. arch., 36–38; fairs, 39; farms, 42– 43; fields, 36, 41–42; hosp., 39; inc., 33, 42–43, 45; ind. and trade, 1, 43–44; inns, 36, 38–39; Lansdown, 35–36, 39, 48; man., 39–43, 45, 47, 51, 59–60, 75; man.-ho., 37–38, 47; mills, 33, 43–44; Moore village trust, 36, 45; nonconf., 38– 39, 47–48, 63, 86, 113, 134, 162–3; par. officers, 44; pk., 33; poorrelief, 44; pop., 36–37; prehist. rem., 33, 35; rectors of, 45–46, 63, 132–3; and see Aufield; Bond; Martin, Geo. (fl. 1553–74); Palmer, Ant.; Symonds; Temple, Dr. Thos.; Vernon, Edw. (fl. 1783), Geo., Ric., and Wm.; Waller, Rob.; White, W. E.; Wright, Rob.; rectory, 37–38, 42–43, 45, 61–62, 132–3; rectory ho., 45; rly. sta., 1, 36–37, 39; roads to, 37, 59, 77, 98, 134–5; Rom. rem., 35; royal visit, 39, 45; Salmonsbury Camp, 4, 6–7, 35, 47, 128, 182; Santhill, 35; sch., 26, 48, 63, 72, 87, 106, 120, 127, 134, 142, 164, 172, 178, 184; streets, &c., 36, 42; workhouse, 44; Whiteshoots Hill, 35; and see Nethercote

Bourton-on-the-Water Electric Light and Power Co., 39

Bourton-on-the-Water Rly., 1, 27, 37, 88, 114, 149

bowls, 150

Bowood, in Calne (Wilts.), 173

Bradley, Jas., 122; John (fl. 1405), Vicar of Sherborne, 126; John (fl. 1689–1741), Vicar of Gt. Barrington, 24; John (d. by 1895), 106

Bradley hund., 4, 6 n, 76, 84

Bradshaw, C, 210; Edw., 181; fam., 152, 179–80

Brandis, Joanna, 16

Brassey, fam., 137

Bray, Edm. (d. 1620), 19, 26, 101; Sir Edm. (d. 1684), 19, 105, 182; Edm. (fl. 1720), 19; Edw., 26; Sir Giles, 19; Jane (d. 1711), 26; Jane (d. in or after 1715), 27, 106; John, 152; Mary, see Palmer; Reg. (fl. 1553), 19; Reg. (d. 1688), 19; Reg. Morgan, 19; Sir Reynold (d. 1503), 100; fam., 26, 182

Bredon (Worcs.), 232; Bredon's Norton, 232 n; and see Cutsdean

Brent, Kath., m. Thos. Chamberlayne (d. 1689), 97; Rob., 97

Brereton, Sir Wm., 151

Brethren, see Plymouth Brethren

brewing, 38, 103, 124, 149, 156, 169, 255

brick-making, 30, 55, 125, 213, 256

Bricknell, Wm., 180

Brictric, thegn of Edward the Confessor, 185–7, 209–10

Brictric (fl. 1066, minor landholder), 67

Bridges (Brydges), Caroline, m. Jas. Leigh, 15 n; Edm., Lord Chandos, 40; Gray, Lord Chandos, 40; Hen., Duke of Chandos, 15 n; Jas., Lord Chandos, 152; Thos. (d. in or after 1758), 26; Thos. (d. in or after 1795), 27; fam., 10, 67

Bridgnorth (Salop), 130

Brigges, Wm., Rector of Todenham, 258

Brightwell's Barrow hund., 6 n

Bristol, 101; Bp. of, see Wright, Rob.

Briwes, Beatrice, dau. of Rob. de, 108; Beatrice, w. of Rob. de, see Theydon; John de, 108; Rob. de, 108

Broad, Sam., Rector of Rendcomb and of Gt. Rissington, 105; Thos. (fl. 1595), 180; Thos. (fl. 1777), 181; fam., 180, 184

Broadway (Worcs.), 128 n

Broadwell, Geof. of, 53; Ric. of (fl. c. 1187), 53; Ric. of (fl. c. 1221), 53; Wal. of (fl. c. 1187), 53; Wal. of (fl. c. 1221), s. of Ric, 53; Wal. of (fl. 1221), ? s. of Wal., 53; Wal. of (fl. 1284), and his s. Wal., 53; Wal. of (fl. 1327), 54 n

Broadwell, 2, 7, 12 n, 49–59, 142, 149, 157. 159; adv., 56; agric, 53–54; bridges, 50; Broadwell Hill, 49–50, 53; char., 58–59; ch., 10, 14–15, 56–58; club, 51; ct., 52, 55, 157; curates, 15, 56–57, 95; dom. arch., 50–51; farms, 54; fields, 54; Fosseway Ho., 49, 51; Giffardes or Nethercourt, 52–53, 55; inc., 56; ind. and trade, 55; inns, 49, 55; man., 11 n, 40, 51–53, 57–58, 151–2, 155 n, 156; man.-ho., 50, 52; mill, 54–55; named as address, 67, 102, 152, 171; Nethercourt, see Broadwell, Giffardes; nonconf., 58; par. officers, 14, 54–56, 59; poorrelief, 56; pop., 50; rectors of Broadwell or Adlestrop, 11, 14– 15, 55–57; and see Allibond; Banbrook; Cholmondeley, H. P.; Johnson, Ric.; Leigh, Theophilus (d. 1785); Leigh, Thos. (d. 1813); Tidmarsh; Twisleton, Fred. Benjamin; rectory of Broadwell or Adlestrop, 12–15, 54, 56–57, 94; rectory ho., see Adlestrop; road to, 88; roads, &c. in, 50–51; Rom. rem., 49; sch., 58; streams, 49, 55; woods, 49

Brockmanton, Jordan of, 123

Brome, Adam de, Rector of Wick Rissington, 118

Brooks, Thos., Rector of Westcote, 174

Broughton (Oxon.), Rector of, see Goodenough

Brown, Hen., Rector of Upper Swell and Vicar of Lower Swell, 171

Browne, Thos. Beale, 164

Browning, Alex., 40; Cecily, m. Guy Whittington, 80; John, 40; Ric, 80; Wm., 40

Bruere, Rog. de la, 53; Wal. de la, 53

Bruern Abbey (Oxon.), 19, 20, 67–68, 70, 101–2, 110, 137, 173–4

Brydges, see Bridges

Buckingham, Duke of, see Stafford, Humph.

Buckinghamshire, 71 n

Buckland, Hugh of, 180; John, Rector of Gt. Rissington, 104; Wm. of, 19

Buckle Street, 73, 78, 128, 129 n, 134

Bugatti Owners' Club, 221

building trades, 1, 13–14, 19, 22, 43, 55, 67, 83, 93, 99, 103, 117, 125, 131, 138, 148, 154, 169, 176, 181, 194, 203, 222, 247, 255

Bullock, John, 81; fam., 81

Burford (Oxon.), 133; hosp. of St. John, 20, 123; roads to, 16–18, 27, 106–7, 114, 120, 142, 147–8, 153 n, 155, 172–3

Burimon, —, 36

Burman, T., 127

Burmington (Warws.), 251; Mitford Bridge, 251

Burnell, Aline, see Despenser; Edw., Lord Burnell, 108; Hugh, 108; Maud, m. John of Hadlow, 108; (or Hadlow), Nic, 108; Phil., 108; Rob., Bp. of Bath and Wells, 108; Rob., nephew of the bp., 108; fam., 111

Burton, Rob., 210

Bury, Edm., 180; Joan, see Pinchpool; Wm., 244

Bush, John, 116

Busli, Rog. de, 209, 214

Butler, Paul, 116; Mrs. Paul, 114, 116; and see Boteler

Byam, fam., 66

C.

Callow, Benjamin, Rector of Stowon-the-Wold and Vicar of Lower Swell, 160, 171; Thos., 159; fam., 160

Caldicote, see Guiting Power

Calmudy, Ric, 80; Vincent, 80

Calne (Wilts.), see Bowood

Campden, Chipping, 33, 206–8, 215, 224, 249, 251, 258; and see 'Campden Wonder'

Campden rural deanery, 70 n, 195

Campden Rural District, 204, 219, 248, 256; housing, 251; water supply, 242

'Campden Wonder', 199

Campion, Edm., Martyr, Vicar of Sherborne, 122, 126

Canning Town Settlement, see London

Canterbury, Abp. of, see Juxon, Wm.; Theobald; clerk of Abp. of, see Basset, Ralph

Canute, King, 51

Cardonnel, Adam de, 19; Mary de, m. Wm. Talbot, Earl Talbot, 19, 22, 26–27, 106

Carlisle, Bp. of, see Merks; Dean of, see Close

Carpenter, see Walter the carpenter

Carr, Rob., Vct. Rochester, 199

Carroll, Lewis, see Dodgson

Carter, Giles, 167; John (d. 1538), Rector of Alderton, 196; John (d. 1627), 167

Cartwright, Chas., 236; Jas. (d. 1614), 233, 236; Jas. (fl. 1642–51), 236; John (fl. 1552), 233; John (fl. 1611), 233; Timothy, 233; Wm. (d. c. 1543), 233; Wm. (d. 1581), 233; Wm., poet (d. 1643), 233; fam., 233, 236

Cary, Hen., Vct. Falkland, 182

Casnell, Hugh, Rector of Clifford Chambers, 216

Cass, Chris., 26

Caterall, Edm., Rector of Lit. Rissington and of Wick Rissington, 112

Catholics, see Roman Catholics

Cecily the smith, 93

Cerisy, Wal., Abbot of Evesham, 11 n

Cerney, North, 152

Cerney, South, Vicar of, see Ford

Chadwell, Ric. (fl. 1478), 100; Ric. (d. 1592), 101; Sim., 101; Thos., 55, 152; Wm. (d. 1601), 102; Wm. (d. 1613), 52, 55, 152; Wm. (d. c. 1649), 52; Wm. (fl. 1669–75), Vicar of Lit. Barrington, 25; Wm. (d. 1680), of Broadwell, 52; fam., 25, 58, 101, 152

Chalk Hill, see Swell, Lower

Chamberlayne, Edm. (d. 1634), 144, 151–2, 157; Edm. (d. 1755), sheriff of Glos., 152; Edm. (d. 1774), 152, 167; Edm. John, sheriff of Glos., 146, 152; Edw., 90; (formerly Ingles), Hen. (Ingles), sheriff of Glos., 147, 152, 164; Sir John (fl. c. 1605), 89; John (d. 1668), 152, 162; John (d. 1683), 152; John (fl. early 18th cent.), 90; John (d. 1786), 152; (formerly Ackerley), Jas. Chamberlayne, 145, 149, 152, 162; Kath., w. of Thos. (d. 1689), see Brent; Kath., dau. of Thos. (fl. 1712), m. Chas. Coxe (d. 1729), 90; Leonard, 109; Marg., m. Thos. Coxe, 90 n; Sarah, 165; Sir Thos. (d. 1580), 67, 90–91, 152; Thos. (d. 1640), 90–92, 97; Thos. (d. 1689), 90, 97; Thos. (fl. 1712), 90; Dr. Thos. (fl. 1757), and his w. Mary, 52; Adm., 157; fam., 94 n, 151–2, 160, 162; and see Girard the chamberlain

Chandos, Dukes of and Lords, see Bridges

Chaplain, see Rainald the chaplain

Charity Commission, 164

Charlecote (Warws.), 115–16

Charles I, 39, 45, 149–50, 244

Charles II, 199; as Prince of Wales, 39, 45

Charles, John, 84

Charlton, Rog., 74

Charteris, Francis, Earl of Wemyss and March (d. 1853), 192, 226, 231; Francis, Earl of Wemyss and March (d. 1883), 226, 231; Francis, Earl of Wemyss and March (d. 1914), 226; Francis David, Earl of Wemyss and March, 226, 230; Hugo Ric, Earl of Wemyss and March, 226; Mary, Ctss. of Wemyss and March, 225; Susan, see Tracy

Chastleton (Oxon.), 9

Chedworth, Rob. of, Vicar of Sherborne, 126

Cheetham, John Crompton, and his w., 75; Joshua Milne, 75; Nic. John, 75

Chelsea (Mdx.), 130

Cheltenham, 24, 44; as regional centre, 103, 145, 154, 188, 194, 247; gas from, 150, 242; man., 130; museum, 35; rly. to, 1, 37, 78, 220; road to, 76, 178, 220; sch., 232;spa, 145

Cheltenham hund., 6 n

Cheltenham Rural District, 195, 222, 230, 235; housing, 189; water supply, 225

Chepstow (Mon.), 192

Chester, Rob., 160; Wm., 160, 164; fam., 153

Chester, 123

Chetel (fl. 1066–86), 180

Chetwood, Knightly, Dean of Gloucester, Rector of Gt. Rissington and of Lit. Rissington, 105, 112

Cheyney, Ric, Bp. of Gloucester, 57

Chilmead, Edm., 151

Cholmondeley, Col. H., 60; H. P., Rector of Broadwell, 10 n, 58

Christ Church, see Oxford; Dean of, see Fell

Christadelphians, 48

Church, Thos., 40

Church Commissioners, 10, 22, 135

Church Society Trust, 56

Churchdown, barony of, 67, 90, 93– 94

cider-making, 30, 229

Cirencester, 3 n, 150, 153; roads to, 16–17, 178, 223–4

Cirencester hund., 6 n

Clapton, 1, 7, 33, 40, 45, 59–63, 157; agric, 41, 60–61; bridge, see New Bridge; char., 48, 63; ch., 45–46, 59, 62–63; curates, 45–46, 62–63, 133; dom. arch., 60; farms, 61; inc., 61; man., 60–62; man.-ho., 60; nonconf., 48, 62–63; par. officers, 61–62; poor-relief, 62; pop., 37 n, 59–60; prehist. rem., 59; roads to, 99, 120–1; sch., 63

Clare, Eleanor de, m. Hugh Despenser jr., 187; Gil. de, Earl of Gloucester (d. 1295), 151 n; Gil. de, Earl of Gloucester (d. 1314), 187

Clarence, Duke of, see George

Claridge, fam., 92–93

Clark, Jas., owner of Naunton man., 79; Jas., Perpetual Curate of Lower Lemington, 219

Clayton, Hen., Rector of Oddington, 95

Cleeve, Bishop's, 197; Gotherington, 220–1, 223; Southam, 223; Stoke Orchard, 186, 188, 238

Cleeve hund., 238

Clench, Thos., 137; Wm., see Slaughter

Clevely, Wm., 23

Clifford, John, 66; Ric. of (fl. 12th cent.), 144; Ric, Bp. of Worcester (1401–7), 31; Rog. of, 174; S. J., 81; Wal. of, 144; fam., 167

Clifford Chambers (Warws. since 1931), 186, 188, 207–16; adv. 214; agric, 210–13; Ailstone, 207–11, 212 n, 213; bridge, 208, 211, 213; char. 215–16; ch., 207, 214–15; clubs, 208; ct., 213; curates, 214– 15; dom. arch., 208–9; fields, 211; inc., 207, 212, 214; ind. and trade, 213; inns, 213; man., 207–10, 212–14; man.-ho., 207–10, 213; mills, 208, 211, 213; nonconf., 215; par. officers, 213, 216; pk., 212; poor-relief, 213–14; pop., 208; rectors of, 95, 214–15; and see Annesley, Arthur and Francis; Casnell; Martin, John; Vernon, Edw. (fl. 1578–1609); rectory, 207, 210–11, 214; rectory ho., 209; roads, &c., 207–8; sch., 215–16; woods, 207; Willicote, see Quinton; Wincot, 186, 207–12

Clifford Chicken Co., 212–13

Clifton, 145

Clinton, Wm. de, Earl of Huntingdon, 20, 53, 81; fam., 20

Clopton, see Mickleton

Close, Francis, Dean of Carlisle, 164

Cobham, Thos., Bp. of Worcester, 85

Cockerell, Sir Chas., 67, 152, 246

Cocks, Anne, 66 n; Chas., 66; Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1736), 66 n; Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1765), 66; and see Cox

Coenred, King of Mercia, 11, 39, 51, 151

Coenwulf, King of Mercia, 28, 122

Cokesey, Thos., see Greville

Coldicote, Nic, 245; fam., 240 n, 245

Coldicote, in Moreton-in-Marsh, see Moreton-in-Marsh

Coleshill (Berks.), 22

Collett, Ant. (fl. 1623), 91; Ant. (d. 1719), 38, 48, 79; Eliz., m. Wm. Moore, 38, 79; John (fl. 1608), 79; John (fl. 1640), 81; John (fl. c. 1665), 141; John (fl. 1715–31; ? same as preceding), of Upper Slaughter, 138, 141; John (fl. 1724), of Bourton-on-the-Water, 47; Hen. (fl. 1642), 79, 81; Hen. (d. 1731), 79; Mary, 43; Ric, 66– 67; Sam., 142; Thos. (fl. 1584– 1602), 91; Thos. (fl. 1689), 38, 41; Thos. (d. 1720; ? same as preceding), 47; Thos. (d. by 1759). 41; Wm. (fl. 1765), 41; Wm. (fl. 1842), 141; — (fl. 1735; ? same as Thos., d. by 1759), 47; fam., 136, 141

Collier, Geo. Bennett, 113

Collingham, Peter, Rector of Gt. Rissington, 104

Coln St. Aldwyn, 40, 92, 95 n, 109; Williamstrip, 109

Combe Baskerville, see Westcote

Comberton, Gt. (Worcs.), 171

Comberton, Lit. (Worcs.), 151

Comely, Rob., 67

Compere, Ant., sr., 52, 152; Ant., jr., 52, 66; John, 52 n, 66; Lee, 53; Mary, m. — Hicks, 52 n, 66, 164–5; Thos., 165; Wm., 53; fam., 152, 154

Compton, Hen., 217, 253; Ric, 217; Wal.(d. 1585), 221; Wal. (d. 1595), 221; Wm., 221

Compton Scorpion (Warws.), 200

Condicote, Hugh of (fl. 1136), 66; Hugh of (fl. 1193), 66; Wm. of, 66, 70 n; fam., 66

Condicote, 1, 3–4, 63–72, 89–91, 94; adv., 66 n, 70; agric, 68–69; appropriation (alleged), 70; chaplains, 71; char., 72; ch., 70–72; curates, 71; dom. arch., 65; farms, 69; fields, 68; Horsendown, 68–70; inc., 64, 68–69, 72; ind. and trade, 69; man., 64–68, 70, 152, 200; nonconf., 72; Nunheys, 67; par. officers, 69–70; poor-relief, 70; pop., 65, 88; prehist. rem., 64; rectors of, 71–72; and see Baker, Wm. (fl. 1775–82); Dunce; Hodges, Hen.; Kent, Wal.; Littlehales; Lydyate; Mackell; Wicks; rectory, 68–71; road to, 134, 198; roads, &c. in, 69; sch., 72; woods, 63; and see Hinchwick

Condicote Lane, see Ryknild Street

Congregationalists, 45, 47, 95, 97, 160, 163, 243, 249

Controne, Pancius de, 81

Cook, A., 210; E. H., 41; and see Cooke; Matthew the cook

Cook Hill Priory, in Inkberrow (Worcs.), 67

Cooke, Edm., 109; Geo. Leigh, Rector of Wick Rissington, Sedleian professor of natural philosophy, 119; John, Vicar of Bledington, 31; and see Cook; Matthew the cook

Cope, Wm., 164

Copie, Wm., 177

Copse Hill, see Slaughter, Upper

Corgan, Mic, 218

Cormeilles, Marg. de, 245

Corne, Thos., 180

Corse, 238

Cornwall, Sir John, Lord Fanhope, 130

Cornwall, Earls of, 168; and see Edmund; Richard

Corpus Christi College, see Oxford

Corser, Dr. F. R. S., 38

Coscombe, see Didbrook

Coscombe Limestone Co., 229

Cotswold, North, R. D., see North Cotswold

Cotswold Ridgeway, the, 8, 142, 148, 165

Cotton, Eliz., 52 n; Geo. (fl. 1554), 101; Geo. (fl. 1619), 52 n; J., 215; Ric, 52 n

Courteen, Sir Wm., 167

Coventry, 142 n, 225

Covey, Chas., Rector of Alderton and Perpetual Curate of Gt. Washbourne, 195–7, 236; Chas. Rogers, Rector of Alderton and Perpetual Curate of Gt. Washbourne, 196, 236; Miss H. A. R., 236; Mary Eliz. Rogers, 197

Cox (Coxe), Chas. (d. 1729), 90; Chas. (fl. 1756), 90; Kath., see Chamberlayne; Marg., see Chamberlayne; Thos., 90 n; Wm. Sands, 242, 244; Mr., 116; and see Cocks

Craeyer, Gasparde, 162

Craven, Eliz., 233; Maj.-Gen. Hen. Augustus Berkeley, 234; Sir Wm., Lord Mayor of London, 233; Wm., Earl Craven (d. 1697), 233; Wm., Lord Craven (d. 1791), 234

Crayle, Anne, 91; Crayle, see Bellamy

Creese, John (fl. 1360), 193; John (fl. 1483–1527), 193; John (fl. early 17th cent.), 190 w, 193; John (fl. 1646), 193; John (fl. 1671), 193; fam., 193

Crendon, Long (Bucks.), see Notley Abbey

Creswyke, Francis, 244; Sam., 250; fam., 244, 246

Crewkerne (Som.), 31

cricket, 10, 39, 150, 208, 226, 243

Cricklade (Wilts.), 3 n

Croftes, Anne, 66

Cromhall, 52 n

Cromwell, Oliver, 78, 105, 122, 244; Thos., Earl of Essex, 226

Croome, John Daubeny, 45; Rob., 45

Croppes, Sir Ric. de, 104

Cropthorne (Worcs.), Netherton, 151

Crosse, Ant., 152; Ric, 152

Crosson, Bertram, 25; John (fl. 1205), 19; John (fl. 1265) and his w. Olive, 19; John (fl. 1303), 19–20; John (fl. 1346), 20; fam., 20

Crowthorne and Minety hund., 6 n

Cruss, Wm., 126

Cuillardeville, Hugh de, 115, 118

Cutsdean, in Bredon (Worcs. until 1931), 65, 67, 223, 230, 232 n

Cutts, J. E. K., 32, 119

D.

Dale, John, 79, 81; Marg., m. 2 Edw. Baskerville, 79; Thos., sr., 79; Thos., jr., 79; fam., 77

Dameagneis, Ric, 11

dancing, 28, 122

Darcy, Sir Geo., 115

Darke, John (fl. 1656), 236; John (fl. 1704–50), 236; John (fl. 1788), 236; John (fl. 1808), 236; Ric. (fl. 1673), 236; Ric. (fl. 1773), 236; Ric. (fl. c. 1790), 236; Thos., 236; fam., 236

David the priest, 70 n

Davies (Davis), John, Rector of Drayton (Oxon.) and Westcote, 177; Thos., 52 n, 66; fam., 70, 192

Dawber, Sir E. Guy, 38, 50, 74, 89, 166

Dawe, Hill (illeg. s. of Wm. Moore) 38, 79; Wm., 79

Dawtry, Joan, see Degle; John, 101

Daylesford (Worcs. until 1931), 8–9, 11, 87 n, 93 n

de Courcy, Kenneth, 152

de la Warr, Lord, see West, Hen. and John

de Pontes, Gen. Davesies, 75

Deane, Wm., 90; Wm. John, 119

Deerhurst, 199, 238, 252–3, 256; Apperley, 238; Deerhurst Walton, 238; Plaistow, 239; Wightfield, 238

Deerhurst, monastery or priory, 204, 238, 252, 257

Deerhurst hund., 186, 197, 203, 238

Deerhurst Walton, see Deerhurst

Degle, Joan, m. 2 John Dawtry, 101; Thos., 101

Delamare, Gunnora, 180; John, 180–1; Reynold, 74; Rob., 180; Rog., 74; Thos., 74; Wm. (fl. 12th cent.), 80; Wm. (fl. 1327), 181; fam., 80, 180, 182

Denebeorht, Bp. of Worcester, 80

Dennis, Maj. Patrick, 152

Derby, Edw., Rector of Lit. Rissington, 112

Derby Sweepstakes, 199

Derry, Bp. of, see Rundle

deserted villages, 1, 72–73, 76–77, 82, 189, 217, 220–1, 224, 251

Despenser, Aline, m. Edw. Burnell, Lord Burnell, 108, 118; Eleanor, see Clare; Hugh le, sr., Earl of Winchester, 108; Hugh, jr., Lord Despenser, 81, 187; fam., 187, 200

Devereux, Edw., Vct. Hereford, 222, 226; Henrietta Charlotte, see Tracy; Rob., Earl of Essex, 79

Dickinson, Francis, 116; Marsh, 116

Didbrook, 223–4, 230, 232; Beckbury Camp, 223; Upper and Lower Coscombe, 223, 228 n; Pinnock with Hyde, 230; Wormington Grange, 192

Didcot, see Beckford

Dighton, Francis Keyt, 210; Hen., 210, 216; Job, 210; Lister, 210, 212, 216; Ric, 210; fam., 209

Dikler, riv., 1, 33, 35, 37, 44, 63, 106–7, 110, 114, 128, 132, 134, 142–4, 147–8, 165

Ditchford Mill, see Blockley

Dixton, Eliz., m. John Harwell, 191; Hugh of, 191; John of (d. by 1337). 191; John of (d. by 1387), 191; John (d. 1410), 191; Marg., 191; Margery, m. Wm. Harwell, 191; Maud, m. 1 Ric. Harwell, 2 John Higford, 191; Ric. of, 191; Rob., 191; Rog. of, 191–2; Serlio of, 191; Thos., 191; Wm. of (fl. 1221), 191; Wm. of (d. by 1316), 191, 195; Wm. of (d. by 1347), 191

Dixton, in Alderton with Dixton, 186, 189–92, 195–6, 221 n;agric, 193–4; bridge, 190, 195; chap., 189, 191, 196; Dixton Hill, 189, 191; dom. arch., 190–1; inc., 189, 193–4; ind. and trade, 194; man., 190–7; man.-ho., 189–92, 196; mill, 190, 194–5; pop., 190, 193; woods, 193

Dobbins, Edw., 221; Hen. (d. 1597), 221; Hen. (d. 1622), 221; Hen. (fl. 1622), 221; John (d. 1583), 221; John (d. 1585), 221; Thos., 221; fam., 221

Dobson, Eliz., 106, 113

Dodgson, Chas. Lutwidge ('Lewis Carroll'), 78

Dodington, 151 n

Dodo (fl. c. 715), 217, 226

Dodwell, Mary, m. Thos. Tracy, 137; Sir Wm., 137

Dolphin, John, 60–61; Thos. Vernon, sheriff of Glos., 74, 80; Vernon, 60, 74–75, 80

Donnington, in Stow-on-the-Wold, 1, 51, 56, 58, 142–4, 147–8, 150–63, 199, 242; agric, 53–54, 155–6; aisle in Stow ch., 161–2; dom. arch., 147–8; farms, 156; inc., 144, 156, 160; ind. and trade, 153–4; man., 93, 151–2, 156; man.-ho., 147–8, 151–2; mill, 63, 144, 147, 149, 153, 156; nonconf., 163; par. officers, 158; poor-relief, 56, 94, 156; pop., 144 n, 147; road to, 50; roads, &c. in, 147–8; woods, 144

Dorn, see Blockley

Dorset, Joan, 27

Dorset, Earls of, see Sackville

Doughty, Hen. and his w. Anne, 52; Hen. Danvers, see Hodges; Mary, m. — Leigh, 52

Douty, Edw., 210; Kathleen, see Wills

dovecots, 10, 18, 21, 38, 78–79, 108, 117, 122, 129, 191, 201

Dover, Capt. Rob. (fl. 17th cent.), 226; Rob. (fl. 18th cent.), 226 n; Dr. Thos., 226

Dowdeswell, Andoversford in, 37; Sandywell Park, 137

Doyly, Hugh, 79, 81; Ralph, 79, 81; Rob. (fl. 1086), 108; Rob. (d. 1142), 108; Rog. (fl. 1086), 79; Rog. (fl. before 1185), 81; Rog. (fl. c. 1211), 79; fam., 79

Doynton, 151 n

Drayton, Mia, poet, 209

Drayton (Oxon.), Rector of, see Davies, John

Drew son of Poyntz, 167

Drew, Walter the knight, s. of, see Walter

Droitwich (Worcs.), 142, 223, 227

Droxford, John, Bp. of Bath and Wells, 85

drunkenness, 26, 115, 150

Drury, Drew, 236

Drye, Abraham, Rector of Gt. Rissington, 105

Duddo, thegn, 40

Dudley, John, Earl of Warwick, 151

Dudstone and King's Barton hund., 6 n

Dulverton, Lords, see Wills, Fred. Ant. Hamilton, and Gil. Alan Hamilton

Dulverton Trust, 206

Dumbleton, 66, 192, 232, 234–5; Rector of, see Aston, Wal.

Dunce, John, 47; (or Wolgrave), John (? same as preceding), Rector of Condicote, 72

Dunning (fl. 1066), 191

Durand of Gloucester, see Gloucester

Durham, Thos., 204

Dutton, Chas., Lord Sherborne, 122–3, 126, 179–80, 183; Edw., Lord Sherborne, 123; Frances May, Princess Bariatinsky, 127; Fred., Lord Sherborne, 123; Jas., Lord Sherborne (d. 1820), 103, 122–3, 125–7, 137. 180–1; Jas., Lord Sherborne (d. 1883), 123; Jas. Huntley, Lord Sherborne (d. 1949), 123; (formerly Naper), Jas. Lenox (d. 1776), 121, 123–4, 127; John (d. 1657), 45, 121–3, 127, 182; Sir John, Bt. (d. 1743), 111, 123–4, 127, 179–80; John, Lord Sherborne (d. 1862), 67, 103, 121–3, 127, 137, 180, 184; Sir Ralph, Bt., 123, 180; Thos., 117, 121, 123–4, 126, 179, 180; Wm. (d. 1618), sheriff of Glos., 67, 121–5, 183; Wm. (d. 1675), 123, 180; fam., 67, 121–3, 127, 179–83

dyeing, 153, 247; woad-mill, 75

Dygas, Kenelm, 192

Dynevor, Baron, see Rice, Geo. Talbot; Rice-Trevor; Baroness, see Talbot, Cecil

E.

Ealdred, Bp. of Worcester and Abp. of York, 89

Eardisley (Herefs.), 174

East, Sir Jas. Buller, 200

Eastington, see Northleach

Eastleach Turville, 16, 25

Eatington (Warws.), 219

Eaton, Dr. Guy, Vicar of Gt. Barrington, 24

Ebley, see Stonehouse

Ecgwine, Bp. of Worcester, 151

Edenbrook, see Henbrook stream

Edgar (fl. 12th cent.), 11, 12 n

Edinburgh, divorce in, 75 n

Edmund, St., 159

Edmund, Earl of Cornwall, in, 167

Edmunds, Isabella, m. Hen. West, Lord de la Warr, 40; Ric., Vicar of Lit. Barrington, 25; Sir Thos., 40–42

Edred, King of the West Saxons, 40, 151

Education, Board and Department of, 164, 216, 232

Edward the Confessor, 159, 238, 252

Edward the Martyr, 159

Edward I, 122

Edward VII, 244

Edward, Earl of Warwick, 187

Edward, bro. of St. Edmund, 159

Edward, supposedly a hermit, 159

Edwardstow, see Stow-on-the-Wold

Edwin (fl. 1066), 19

Edwold, St., 159

Egbert, King of the West Saxons, 35

Elcho, Lady, see Tracy, Susan

Elfrid (fl. 1066–86), 244

Elizabeth I, 122, 192

Ellenborough, Earl of, see Law

Ellis, Jos., 20; Thos., 20

Elmore, 19

Elmstone Hardwicke, Elmstone in, 238; Hardwicke, 186, 238; Uckington, 238 n

Elsi of Faringdon, see Faringdon

Elstow (Beds.), 111

emigration, see America; New Zealand

Endell, C. B., 236

England, Kings and Queens of, see Canute; Charles I and II; Edward the Confessor; Edward the Martyr; Edward I and VII; Elizabeth I; Ethelred; Henry I, II, III, IV, and VII; James I; Maud; Richard III; Stephen; William I, II, III, and IV

Erkembald, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Ernesi (fl. 1066), 74, 167

Essex, Earls of, see Cromwell, Thos.; Devereux, Rob.

Ethelmar, ealderman, 148, 159, 164

Ethelmund, Ethelric s. of, see Ethelric

Ethelnoth (fl. 963), 80

Ethelred, King of England, 151

Ethelric son of Ethelmund, 252

Eu, Wm. of, 167

Eugenius III, pope, 89

Evans, J. T., Rector of Stow-on-theWold, 160–1

Evenlode (Worcs. until 1931), 8–9, 16, 50, 56, 240–2; Rector of, see Lydyate

Evenlode, riv., 1, 8, 27, 49–50, 54, 87–88, 92, 142–4, 147–8, 197, 199, 240

Evesham (Worcs.), 9, 90, 242, 244; roads to, 49, 114, 142, 148, 198, 232

Evesham Abbey (Worcs.), 7, 11–12, 14, 37, 39–42, 44–46, 51–56, 60, 62, 73–74, 76, 132, 136, 142, 144. 148, 151–3, 156–7, 159, 167; abbots, 11, 40; and see Cerisy; Norreys; Ombresley; abbots' residences, 38; grammar-master, 76; other officers and offices, 11, 40, 44. 51, 53. 151

Evesham, Vale of, 61

Evington, see Leigh

Ewelme (Oxon.), honor of, 108

Ey brook, see Slaughter brook

Eyford, 1, 3, 7 n, 60, 72–76, 80, 134, 136, 139, 141; adv., 74, 76; agric., 1, 75; appropriation, 73, 76; ch., 73, 76; dom. arch., 74; Eyford Park (ho.), 73–75. 136; ind., 75; man., 42, 74–76, 137; mill, 73, 75; Milton's Well, 73–74; nonconf., 76; par. officers, 76; pk., 73; poor-relief, 76; pop., 72–73, 135 n; prehist. rem., 73; rectors, 76; woods, 73

Eynsham Abbey (Oxon.), 81, 84, 115–18, 159 n

Eyres, Caroline, m. Bolton Meredith Monsell (later Eyres Monsell), Vct. Monsell, 234; Hen. Wm., 234

Eyres Monsell, Bolton Meredith, Vct. Monsell, see Monsell; Caroline, see Eyres; Hon. H. G. B., 192, 234

F.

factories, 1, 30, 44, 247

Fairford, 3 n; Vicar of, 95

fairs, see Bourton-on-the-Water; Moreton-in-Marsh; Stow-on-theWold

Falkland, Vct., see Cary

Fane, Chas., Vct. Fane, 218; Susanna, see Juxon

Fanhope, Lord, see Cornwall, Sir John

Faringdon, Elsi of (fl. 1086), 19, 179

Faringdon (Berks.), 16, 19, 23

Farmcote, see Guiting Power

Farmer, Hen., 162

Farmington, 37, 41–42, 60, 121–2, 125–6

Farran, Jane, 48

Farwell Hill (? in Gt. Barrington), 6–7

Fécamp Abbey (Seine Inf.), 4, 6–7, 30, 84, 126, 128–30

Fell, Dr. Sam., Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, 159–60

Fenwick, Mark, 168

Ferguson, Harry, 168

Ferrers, W. de, 174

Fettiplace, Geo., 109; John, 109–10

fever, 99

Fiddington, see Ashchurch

Fifield, John, Vicar of Windrush, 183; Wm., and his s., 125

Fifield (Oxon.), 99, 107

fishing, 1, 30, 33, 55, 111, 132, 143, 169, 213

Fitzgerald, C. M., 174

FitzHamon, Mabel, m. Rob., Earl of Gloucester, 187; Rob., 187, 191, 217

Flanders, mercenaries from, 130

Fleming, Alard le (d. by 1220), 100; Alard le (d. 1262 or 1263), 100; Alice le, 100; Florence le, m. Wal. de Lisle, 100; Joan le, m. Sir Hen. Husee, 100; John le, 100; Hen. le (d. by 1236), 100, 115; Hen. le (fl. 1268), 100

Fletcher, John, 52; Thos., 200; —, 16

Flower, —, 47

follies, 18, 147

football, 39, 150, 190, 243

Ford, Ric. Wilbraham, Rector of Lit. Rissington and Vicar of South Cerney, 112

Forestry Commission, 229

Fort, J. A., 38

Fortescue, Sir Adrian, 66, 233; Anne, see Stonor; Sir Francis, 233; Sir John, 233; Marg., m. Thos. Wentworth, Lord Wentworth, 66; Nic. (fl. 1542), and his w. Kath., 67; Nic. (fl. 1694), 67; fam., 233

Forthampton, 186, 188; Swinley, 188

Foscot, see Idbury

Foss Way, 1, 8, 33, 35. 37, 49–50. 56, 107, 114, 128–9, 131, 142, 144–8, 153, 155, 165, 216–17, 240–3

Fosseway House, see Broadwell

Four Shire Stone, 216, 242

Fowke, Hen., 236

Fox, Ric, Bp. of Winchester, 81; Wm., 60, 62–63; Mr., 50

fox-hunting, 1, 74, 147; and see Heythrop Hunt

Fox-Strangways, Hen. Thos., Earl of Ilchester, 52 n

Foxcote, Elias of, 123

Frampton, Rob., Bp. of Gloucester, 161

Frampton Mansell, 100

Freake, Sir Chas., 252

Freeman, John, 13; Ric. (fl. 1584), 15; Ric. (fl. c. 1725), 165; Thos. (fl. 1537), 28; Thos. (d. 1660), Rector of Naunton, 85; Thos. (fl. 1746), 86; Thos. (fl. 1790), 249; W. (fl. 1303), 252; Wm. (fl. 1584), 12, 15; fam., 12, 85, 152, 227, 252

Freeman-Mitford, Algernon Bertram, Lord Redesdale, 200, 240, 243, 248; David Ogilvy, Lord Redesdale, 200; John, Lord Redesdale, 200–1, 203, 218, 244, 249; John, Thos., Earl of Redesdale, 199–200, 204, 206, 220, 242, 250

French, Juliane, wid. of John le, 91

Fretherne, Ric, 11; fam., 12, 14 n

Friends, Society of, see Quakers

Froisselew, Wm., 67

Fry, Rob., 243

Fulbrook stream, 114, 143

Fulwell, Ulpian, Rector of Naunton, 78, 85

G.

Gardiner (Gardner), Dr. Ric, 39; fam., 12, 92

Garway, Paul and his w. Alice, 109

Gaskell, Celia, 28; Steph., 28

Gawcombe, see Westcote

Geneville, Maud de, 115

George, Duke of Clarence, 187

Gerard, Hen., 136; fam., 136 n; and see Slaughter, Wm. of (d. 1298)

Gersdon hund., 3

Gibbs, Ric, 28, 30; Wm., 206

Giffard, Godfrey, Bp. of Worcester, 57, 84, 104, 112, 118; Osbern, 65; fam., 52 n

Giffardes, see Broadwell

Gilbert, son of Turold, 80, 84, 252

Gilbert, Ric, 30

Girard the chamberlain, 200, 204

Gist, H. W., 192; Sam. (fl. 1807), 192; Sam. (fl. 1883–98), 192; Sam. Gist (d. 1845), 192

Glosetershire, the Ancient and Present State of, 167

Gloucester, Durand of, sheriff of Glos., 65–66; Miles of, Earl of Hereford, 19, 24, 66

Gloucester, Duke of, see Richard III; Earls of, 80, 84, 167, 191, 195, 217, 233; and see Clare, Gil. de; Robert; William

Gloucester, honor of, 80, 136, 187, 191, 200, 209, 211, 217, 226

Gloucester, 90, 145, 199, 211; alderman of, see Beard; Machin, Thos.; bell-founders, 133, 162; burgages in, 51; cast., 170; ch. of St. Owen, 24; garrison, 79, 89, 150; Infirmary 44. 139, 250; roads to, 17, 37, 72– 73, 78, 120–1, 134, 138, 165, 225

Gloucester, Abbey of St. Peter, 67, 74, 89, 174, 192, 208–9, 211, 213– 14; chamberlain, 207, 209, 211

Gloucester, Archdeacon of, 76; and see Parsons, Rob.

Gloucester, bps. of, 84, 94, 177, 182, 219, 256; and see Cheyney; Frampton; consistory ct., 104

Gloucester, Dean of, see Chetwood; Rice, Edw.

Gloucester, Priory of St. Oswald, 80–83

Gloucester Agricultural Board, 198

Gloucester Diocesan Bd. of Patronage, 118, 159, 214, 236

Gloucester diocese, chancellor of, 204

Gloucestershire, Church Plate of, 161

Gloucestershire Dairy Co. Ltd., 222

Gloucestershire Ministers' Testimony (1648), 214, 257

Gloucestershire, sheriff of, 129; and see Chamberlayne, Edm., Edm. John, and Hen. Ingles; Dolphin, Thos. Vernon; Gloucester, Durand of; Dutton, Wm. (d.1618); Higford, Sir John (d. 1607); Whitmore, Ric. (d. 1667)

gloving, 153, 247

Godfrey, John, 23

Godman, D., 101; Edm. Temple, 67 71; Col. J., 68; fam., 152

Godstow Abbey (Oxon.), 108–9

Godwin of Stanton, see Stanton

Goizenboded, Wm., 19, 23, 80

Goldsmith, John, 23

Goodenough, Wm., Vicar of Lit. Barrington and Rector of Broughton (Oxon.), 25

Goodier, Anne, m. Sir Hen. Rainsford, 209, 215; Sir Hen., 209

Goodwin, John, 204

Goter, Thos., Rector of Gt. Rissington, 104; fam., 104

Gotherington, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Gratrix, John, 210

gravel-workings, 33, 131

Grayhurst, see Greyhurst

Greenaway, Chas. and his w. Charlotte, 20; Giles, 20; fam., 26

Greenfield, Wm., Abp. of York, 85

Greenhill, Ant. and his w. Anne, 15

Greening, Job, 206

Grenville, Chas., 220; Peter, 220

Greston hund., 186, 195; and see Holford and Greston

Gretton, Ric. de, Vicar of Sherborne, 126

Gretton, see Winchcombe

Greville, John (d. 1444), 100; Sir John(d. 1480), 100; John(fl. 1498), 100; Ric, 252; Rob., 253; (or Cokesey), Thos., 100; Wm., 252, 255, 258

Greyhurst (Grayhurst), John (fl. late 17th cent.), 20, 33; John (fl. 1719: ? same as preceding), 27, 165; John (fl. 1759), 20, 22; fam., 26

Guise, Eliz., 142; John, 19

Guiting, Lower, see Guiting Power

Guiting, Temple, 76; man., 20, 51 n, 53, 67, 81, 137; Preceptory of, 20, 23, 42, 51 n, 53, 55, 67, 70, 80–82, 84, 110, 137, 174, 192

Guiting Grange, see Guiting Power

Guiting Power (Lower Guiting), 4, 78; Caldicote or Westfield in, 3–4; Farmcote, 115–16; Guiting Grange, 79–80, 83, 174; nonconf., 86; road to, 128 n; Vicar of, 85

Gunthorpe (Notts.), 80

Guy, John, 29; Thos. (fl. early 17th cent.), 29; Thos. (fl. 1793), 52

H.

Hadley, Alfred, 38

Hadlow, John of, 108; Maud of, see Burnell; Nic, see Burnell

Hailes, 223, 225, 230

Hailes Abbey, 7, 167–70

Hale, Geo., 93; John in the, 93; Thos., 93, 152; Wm. (fl. 1433), 93; Wm. (fl. 1497–1509), 93; Wm. (fl. 1535–52), 93, 152; fam., 93

Hall (Halle), Edm., Rector of Gt. Rissington, 105; Hen. atte, 123; Kath., 27; Mr., 38

Hambro, Sir Chas., 192

Hamp, Francis, 152

Hampnett, Rector of, see Knollys

Hampshire, lands in, 200

Hampstead (Mdx.), 234

Hampton Court Palace (Mdx.), 22

Hanks, G., 79; Nic, 79; Wm., 79, 84; fam., 12, 79, 84; and see Hunks

Hanley (Worcs.), 186

Hanswell, Edm., 180

Hanxman, Jos., Rector of Naunton, 855; —, 85

Hardington (Som.), 46 n

Hardwicke, see Elmstone Hardwicke

Harford, Baldwin of, 79–81; John, 126; Wal. of, 83

Harford, in Naunton, 1, 3, 76–78, 80, 85–86; agric., 81–83; bridge, 76– 78; farms, 82–83; fields, 82; inc., 82; ind. and trade, 83; Lower Harford, 76–78, 81, 84; man., 79–81, 85; mill, 84; pop., 77; Upper Harford, 77, 81

Harley, Rob., Earl of Oxford, 149

Harman, Edm. (fl. 1543), 20

Harnhill, Hen. of, 200; Rob. of, 200, 204; Steph. of, 200, 204; Wm. of, 200, 204; fam., 200

Harper, see Bosley &c Harper

Harrington, Eliz., see Moore; Sir Jas., Bt., 38

Harris, John, 67; Timothy, 67

Harrison, Chas., 90; Sir Ric, and his w. Dorothy, 90; Wm., 199; fam., 91

Hart brook, 8

Hart Hall, Oxford, President of, see Parsons, Phil.

Hartlebury (Worcs.), Hartleford, 77 n

Hartleford, see Hartlebury

Harwell, Eliz., see Dixton; John, 191; Margery, see Dixton; Maud, see Dixton; Ric, 191; Wm., 191

Hasfield, 238

Haslam, Geo., 66

Hastings, John, 125

Hathway, Edw., 30; fam., 30

Hatton, Sir Chris., 45

Hauchurch, John, Rector of Gt. Rissington, 104

Hawkins, John Shirley, 250

Hayden, see Boddington

Haydon, Ric., 97

Hayward, John, 101; Kath., see Lambert; —, 129 n

Hazleton, Rector of, see Whittington, Dr. Thos. (fl. 1650)

Head, Lt.-Col. H. Nugent, 200; John, and his w. Lucy, 200; Joshua, 47, 133; —, 129 n

Hedbrook, see Henbrook stream

Helmes, Edm., 90; Eliz., see Osboldston

Heming, Isaac, 23

Henbrook stream (Edenbrook, Hedbrook), 87–88, 92, 93 n, 143

Henderson, A. D., 253

Hendley, Rob., 133

Henry I, 7, 152, 187

Henry II, 89, 174

Henry III, 90

Henry IV, 244 n, 257

Henry VII, 187

Henry, Rector of Gt. Rissington, 104

Herbert, fam., 93

Herbert, Lord, see Somerset, Hen.

Hereford, Earls of, 65–66; and see Gloucester, Miles of; Vct., see Devereux, Edw.; Vctss., see Tracy, Henrietta Charlotte

'Herfortin', 80

Herring, John, 80; Mary, m. — Blagg, 80

Hervey, Jos., 98

Hesketh, Sir Rob., see Juxon

Hewett, H. J., 180

Hewitt, John Hen., 145, 152; and see Stubb-Hewitt

Hey, Thos., 178

Heythrop Hunt, 1, 48, 55

Hicks, John, Vicar of Gt. Barrington, 24; Mary, see Compere

Hidcote Bartrim, see Mickleton

Hide, the, see Maugersbury; Hide Mill, see Maugersbury, mills

Higford, Agnes, m. — Parsons, 192; Anne, 192; Ant., 192; Hen. (d. by 1715), Rector of Alderton, 192 n, 196; Hen. (fl. 1717), 192; Hen. (d. 1795), Rector of Alderton, 192, 196–7; Jas. (d. by 1717), 192; Jas. (d. 1742), 192; John (fl. 1438), 191–2; John (d. 1482 or 1483), 192; John (d. 1509), 192; Sir John (d. 1607), sheriff of Glos., 191–2; John (d. 1612), 192; John (d. 1635), 192; John (d. 1703), 192; John s. of John (d. 1703), 192 n; Maud, see Dixton; Thos. (d. 1490 or 1491), 192; Thos. (d. 1505), 192; Wm. (d. 1545), 192, 196; Wm. (d. 1657), 192, 197; Wm. (d. 1733), 192; Wm. (d. 1770), 192; fam., 190–2, 196–7

highwaymen, 174, 199

Hill, Maj. H. B., 50 n; Sir Rowland, 151

Hinchwick, in Condicote, 1, 63–64, 70; agric, 68–69; man., 66–67; man.-ho., 64–65; New Hinchwick, 65; Old Hinchwick, 64–65, 68

Hippisley, John, 159; Rob. Wm., Rector of Stow-on-the-Wold, 151, 160, 163–6; fam., 159–60

Hoby, Eliz., m. 2 John Russell, Lord Russell, 74; Sir Phil., 74; Thos., 74

hockey, 39, 243

Hodges, Ant., 52; Danvers, 52, 165; Hen., Rector of Condicote, 71 n; (or Doughty), Hen. Danvers (Doughty), 52, 67; —, 172; fam., 52, 58, 67

Hodkins, Nic., 206

Hodson, Cath. Anne, 95; H. V., 200

Holborow, J. P., 222

Holford, Thos., 29

Holford and Greston hund., 195; and see Greston hund.

Holiday Fellowship, 38

Holland, Wm., 210

Hollander, Miss, 195

Hoist, Gustav, 120

Home Guard, 72

Honeybourne, Church (Worcs.), 208, 220

Honorable, Ric. le, 193; Wal. le, 193

Hookham, Mark, 71

Hooper, Henrietta, 250

Hope, fam., 116

Hopkins, Ric, Rector of Lit. Rissington, 112

Horde, Thos., 167

Home, Thos., 250

Horseman, fam., 156

Horsendown, see Condicote

Horsham Park (Suss.), 20

Hoskyns, fam., 97

Houndmill, Thos. of the (fl. 1303), 19–20; Thos. of the (fl. 1346), 20; fam., 23

Howard, Thos., Duke of Norfolk, 109, 111

Hubert, Phil., 152

Huddleston, John, 81

Hudson, John, 167

Hugh (? de Lacy) (fl. 1086), 115

Hugh (fl. 1203), 11

Hugh, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Hulles, John, 29; Ralph, 142

Humphrey (fl. 1086), 191

Humphries, Jas., 69, 72; John, 124; Ric, 69; fam., 124

Hungerford, Edm., 108; Edw. (d. 1531), 180; Edw. (d. 1611), 20, 180; Edw. (d. 1644), 180; Edw. (d. 1705), 20, 180; Edw. (d. 1749), 180–1; Geo. (fl. 1466), 124; Geo. (d. 1597), 180, 184; Sir John, 180; Margery, 108; Sir Wal., Lord Hungerford, 108; fam., 179–82, 184

Hunks, Rob., 58; and see Hanks

Huntingdon, Earl of, see Clinton

Huntsman's Quarries, see Naunton

Hurd, John, Rector of Naunton, 78, 85–86

Hurst, Arthur Reg., 18, 20; Rob., 20; Mrs. Rob., 18

Husee (Hussey) Constance, 100; Sir Hen. (d. 1290), 100, 174; Hen., Lord Husee (d. 1332), 100; Hen., Lord Husee (d. 1349), 100; Hen. (d. 1383), 100; Hen. (d. 1409), 100; Hen. (d. 1450), 100; Joan, see Fleming; Mat., 104

Hussey, see Husee

Hyde, Phil., 253; —, 253

Hyde, see Didbrook, Pinnock with Hyde

I.

'Icomb', see Westcote

Icomb (partly Worcs. until 1844), 3–4, 27, 31, 146, 175; Icomb Hill, 87, 92, 143–4, 146; road to, 88

Idbury (Oxon.), 27, 172; Foscot, 27– 28

Ideas Mirror, 209

Ilchester, Earl of, see Fox-Strangways

Independents, 26, 141, 206, 249

India, Governor-General of, see Law

industry and trade, see brewing; building trades; cider-making; dyeing; fishing; gloving; gravelworkings; metal industry; paper manufacture; quarrying; race-horse training; rope-making; shoemaking; textile trades; tourism; wool

Ingles, Hen., see Chamberlayne

Ingram, Frances, m. John Rice, 40; Sam., 40; Thos., 40

Inkberrow (Worcs.), see Cook Hill Priory

Institutions, or advice to his grandson, 192

'Iorotlaforda', 77 n

Ireland, John, 45

Irvine, Mrs. D'Arcy, 75

Isbourne, riv., 224

Isleworth (Mdx.), see Syon Abbey

Italy, parochial incumbent from 139

J.

Jackson, Ant., 181–2; Jos., 181; Roland, 181; T. G., 46; Thos., 215–16; fam., 181

Jail brook, 87

James I, 199

Jaques, Jeremiah, 67

Jarrett, John, 204

Jesus of Nazareth, Community of 173

John son of John the knight, 123

John scolmarster, 163

John (fl. 1203), 11

Johnson, John, 90; Ric, Rector of Broadwell, 10; Wm., 90; fam., 91–92

Jones, Anselm, Rector of Naunton, 85; Fulk, Vicar of Lit. Barrington, 25; Inigo, 121–2, 225; Lewis, Vicar of Lit. Barrington, 25; Spencer, Rector of Batsford with Moreton, 249

Jonson, Ben, 209

Jordan, Anne, m. Sam. Mince, 20; John (fl. 1703), 38; John (fl. late 18th cent.), 38; Rob., 20

Juxon, John, 217, 258; (formerly Hesketh), Sir Rob., 218; Susanna, w. of Sir Wm., jr., m. 2 Chas. Fane, Vct. Fane, 218; Wm., Abp. of Canterbury, 217–18, 220, 258; Sir Wm., sr., 218; Sir Wm., jr., 218; fam., 256

K.

Keble, John, 183; Thos., 183

Keck, Ant. (fl. 17th cent.), 192; (or Tracy), Ant. (fl. 18th cent.), 192, 221 n, 222, 226; Sam., 192

Keene, Humph., 32; Jas., 32, 47; Ric, 32

Kemble, Marg., 204; Thos., 204

Kemerton (Worcs. since 1931), 186, 204, 238

Kempson, Geo., 97

Kench, Ric, no; Rob., 110; Thos., 110; Wm., 110; fam., 110

Kent, Wal., Rector of Condicote, 71; Wm., architect, 18

Kent, Glos. incumbent resident in, 230

Keyham (Leics.), 60

Keys, Thos., 144 n

Keyt, Francis, 162; and see Kyte

Kiftsgate hund., 4, 63, 67 n, 68, 69 n, 70 n, 195

Kilsden brook, 197, 202

Kingham (Oxon.), 1, 27, 30, 37, 109, 149, 173

Kington hund. (Warws.), 213

Kite, see Kyte

Kleinwort, C. H., 200

Kneebrook, 216–17, 250–1

knight, John s. of John the, see John; Wal. the, see Walter

Knight, Jos., 52 n; Ric, 66

Knollys, Rob., Rector of Hampnett and of Wick Rissington, and Vicar of Bibury, 119

Kyte (Kite), Eliz., m. Wm. Loggins, 52; Thos. (fl. 1724), 47; Thos. (fl. 1777), 44; Wal., 44; Wm,, 52; and see Keyt

L.

Lacy, Gil. de, 115; Hugh de, see Hugh; Rog. de, 115, 136–8, 175, 180; his mother, 136; Wal. de, 115; fam., 108 n

Lambert, Alice, m. Lawr. Mace, 101; Kath., m. John Hayward, 101; Rob. (fl. 1517), 101; Rob. (d. 1600), 101

Lambeth, 60 n

Lancaster, Duchy of, hund., 6 n

Lane, John (fl. 1514), layman, 38; John (fl. 1535), Vicar of Lit. Barrington, 25; Sir Rob. and his w. Mary, 51; Thos., 124; Wm., 38; fam., 25

Langford (Oxon.), 19 n

Lansdown, see Bourton-on-the-Water

Lathbury, John, Rector of Todenham, 257

Law, Edw., Earl of Ellenborough, Governor-Gen. of India, 221–2

Lawrence, Rob., see Townsend

Lawton, Wm., 116

le Marchant, Rob., Rector of Lit. Rissington, 112

'Lechetone', see Leckhampton

Lechlade, 122

Leckhampton ('Lechetone'), 3

Lee, Sir Ric, 151; Thos. de, and his w. Joan, 100; and see Leigh

Leigh, Caroline w. of Jas., see Bridges; Caroline Amelia, w. of Wm. Hen., Lord Leigh, 16; Chandos, Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh, 10 n, 11, 15 n; Edw. Egerton, 52; Egerton (d. 1833), 52; Egerton (d.1876), 51–52; Hen. Egerton, 52; Jas., 11, 13–15; Jas. Hen., 10–11, 16; Adm. Jodrell, 51–52; Julia Judith, see Twisleton; Marg., see Willes; Mary, w. of Wm., see Lord; Mary, w. of —, see Doughty; Rowland, 11, 28, 151; Rupert Wm. Dudley, Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh, 10–11; Theophilus (d. 1725), 11, 15; Theophilus (d. 1785), Master of Balliol Coll., Oxford, and Rector of Broadwell, 10–11, 15; Sir Thos. (d. 1571), Lord Mayor of London, 11, 28, 30, 151; Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1626), 11 n; Sir Thos., Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh (d. 1672), 11 n; Thos. (d. 1813), Rector of Broadwell (or Adlestrop), 8–10, 16, 58, 93; Sir Wm. (d. 1632), 11, 52, 56, 152; Wm. (d. 1690), 10–11; Wm. (d. 1757), 10–11, 15 n; Mr. (fl. before 1700), 28; — (fl. 1590), 15; fam., 10, 13, 15, 28, 30, 152; and see Lee

Leigh, 40, 238; Evington, 238

Leland, John, 8

Lely, Sir Peter, 122

Lemington, Lower, 186, 188, 216–20, 222 n, 229, 250; agric, 218; chaplains, 219; char., 206, 219–20; ch., 217, 219–20, 230, 250; ct., 218; curates (stipendiary), 219; dom. arch., 217; inc., 218; ind. and trade, 218; man., 217–19, 227, 253, 256; man.-ho., 217; mills, 218; nonconf., 217, 220; par. officers, 218; perpetual curacy or vicarage, 219, 256; Perpetual Curate of, see Clark, Jas.; poor-relief, 218– 19; pop., 217; rectory, 219; roads, &c, 217; stream, 216–17

Lemington, Upper, see Todenham

Lenthall, Wm., 55

Leveson, Col. C. H., 192

Lewes, Thos., Vicar of Gt. Barrington, 24

Lewin (fl. 1066), 136, 179

Lichfield, Bp. of, see Wright, Rob.

Lisieux Abbey (Eure), 79, 84

Lisle, Florence de, see Fleming; Joan de, w. of Wal., 100; Joan de, w. of Wm., 100; John de, 100; Rob. de, 100; Wal. de (d. 1309), 100, 104; Wal. de (d. 1345), 100; Wal. de (d. 1352), 100; Wm. de (fl. 1290), 100; Wm. de (d. by 1385), 100

Littlehales, J. G., Rector of Condicote, 71 n

Littleton, John, 174

Litton, Edw., Rector of Naunton, 78, 85

Llanthony Priory, 7, 19–25, 77, 80– 82, 84, 180–3

Lockhart, Mrs. G. Phipps, 243

Loggin, Edw., Rector of Westcote, 177; John, 216; Rob., 210; Wm., 210; —, 210; fam., 177

Loggins, Eliz., see Kyte; Thos., 29

London, Canning Town Settlement, 243; inhabitants, &c. of, 47, 60, 66, 74, 80, 91, 101, 109, 116, 123, 130, 137, 151, 167, 250; Lord Mayor, see Craven, Sir Wm.; Leigh, Sir Thos.; rebuilding after Gt. Fire, 22; rly. to, see Oxford, Worcester &c Wolverhampton Rly.; road to, 149, 198, 242; the Tower, 199; trained bands from, 8, 89; and see Chelsea; Hampstead; Lambeth; Westminster

London, bps. of, 167, 256–7; and see Ælfweard

Longborough, 63, 159; Banks Fee, 67, 71, 152; ch. 70; Horsendown, see Condicote; inhabitants, 67, 71, 152; man., 52; road to, 64

Lord, Lawr., 28; Mary, m. Wm. Leigh (d. 1757), 15 n; Rob., 15 n; Wm. (fl. 1624), 30; Wm. (fl. early 18th cent.), 28; fam., 27–28, 30

Louches, John, Rector of Lit. Rissington, 112

Loughcrew (co. Meath), 123

Lovel, Alice, 108; Francis, Vct. Lovel, 108–9; Wm., Lord Lovel, 108

Lucas, Thos., Rector of Gt. Rissington, 104

Lucy, Fulk de, 115; Wm. de (d. 1250), 115; Wm. de (fl. 1303–12), 115, 117; Wm. (fl. 1346), 116; fam., 115–16, 118

Lutyens, Sir Edwin, 136, 166, 209

Lydall, Ric, 20

Lydyate, Hugh, Rector of Condicote and of Evenlode, 7

Lygon, Ric. (d. 1512), 52; Sir Ric. (d. 1556), 52; Ric. (d. 1585), 52; Thos. (fl. 1485), 192; Thos. (d. 1507; ? same as preceding), 52; Wm. (d. 1567), 52; Sir Wm. (fl. after 1585), 52; fam., 52 n

Lyne, Wm., 98

M.

MacBrayne, Cdr. and Mrs. A. B., 60

Macclaverty, Mrs. Charlotte D'Este, 200

Mace, Alice, see Lambert; Francis, 29; Lawr., 101

Macey, Wm., 180

Machin, Hen., 66; Thos., alderman of Gloucester, 66; —, 67

Mackell, Reynold, Rector of Condicote, 71 n

Magdalen College, Oxford, President of, see Bond

Malcolm, Gil., Rector of Todenham, 257; Grace, 258

Malmesbury (Wilts.), 79

Malvern, Lit. (Worcs.), priory, 77, 79, 81, 83–84

Mann, Edith, 243, 249; Eliz., 243; John, 249–50; Dr. John, s. of John, 243, 250

March, Earls of, 115; and see Mortimer, Rog.

Marchfont brook, 207

markets, see Moreton-in-Marsh; Stow-on-the-Wold

Marling, Maj. W. J. P., 101

Marsh, E., 28; Rob. (fl. 1198), 180; Rob. (fl. 1303–27), 180–1; Rob. (fl. 15th cent.), 180; fam., 182

Marshall, Wm. (d. 1629), 52; Wm. (fl. 1783), 46

Marston, Long (Warws. since 1931), 207, 213

Marston Sicca Rural District, 214

Martin (Martyn), Augustine, 200; Francis, 91; Geo. (fl. 1553–74), Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, 45 n; Geo. (fl. 1711), 91; John, Rector of Clifford Chambers, 214

Martin's Hill, see Oddington

Martyn, see Martin

Massey, Sir Edw., 89

Matson, 52 n

Matthew the cook, 53

Matthews, Kath., 20; Ric, 91; Steph., 20, 23; Wm., 20, 26

Maud, the Empress, 19

Maud, m. William I, 187, 200, 204, 209–10

Maugersbury, in Stow-on-the-Wold, 1, 3, 51, 87, 142–52, 154–64; agric., 154–6; aisle in Stow ch., 161–2; bridge (Stow Bridge), 114, 129, 142, 148; char., 165; ct., 147, 155–6; dom. arch., 147–8; farms, 155–6; fields, 144, 155; the Hide, 147; inc., 144, 155, 160, 165; ind. and trade, 154; inn, 147; man., 144, 151–2, 155–6; man.-ho., 146, 148, 152; mills, 156; Hide Mill, 132, 147–8, 156; nonconf., 163; par. officers, 155, 158; pk., 144, 146; poor-relief, 94, 158; pop., 144, 146; roads, &c, 146, 148; St. Edward's Well, 143, 147, 159 n; sch., 164; woods, 144

Mavroleon, G. E., 80

Mayhew, John, 247; Ric, 247

Mears (Meres), Sir Thos., 221; T., bell-founder, 15

Medland, Hen., 145

Mercia, Kings of, see Beorhtwulf; Coenred; Coenwulf; Offa

Meres, see Mears

Merks (Merke), Thos., Bp. of Carlisle and Rector of Todenham, 257–8

metal industry, 44, 153–4, 213, 247

Methodists, Primitive and Wesleyan, 32, 48, 58, 76, 86, 97, 106, 141, 163, 172, 178, 184, 197, 215, 258

Mickleton, 144; Clopton, 59 n; Hidcote Bartrim, 74 n

Milcote (Warws.), 100, 208; Upper Milcote, 214

Miles, Earl of Hereford, see Gloucester, Miles of

Millard, see William mulleward

Miller, Sanderson, 10

Mills, Mic., Vicar of Windrush, 183; R. H. Y., 20; Mr., 38; fam., 91, 183; and see Richard atte mulne

Milton, John, poet, 74

Mince, Anne, see Jordan; Jordan, 20, 164; Sam., 20; Wm. (fl. 1673–80), 159; Wm. (d. by 1756), 20

Minchin, Ant., 116; Hannah, 116; Ric. (fl. 1471), 116; Ric. (fl. 16th cent.), 116; Ric. (d. by 1619), 120; Rob., Rector of Lit. Rissington, 112; Sarah, 116; Thos. (fl. 1471), 116; Thos. (fl. 1729), 116; Wm. (fl. 1518), 116; Wm. (fl. late 16th cent.), 116; Wm. (fl. 1710), 23; Wm. (fl. 1729; ? same as preceding), 116; fam., 23, 112, 116

Minety, Wm. of, 182

Mitford, see Freeman-Mitford

Mitford Bridge, see Burmington

moated sites, 114, 134, 166, 207, 209

'model' villages and cottages, 121, 146, 232

Monnington, Ric, 19

Monsell (later Eyres Monsell), Bolton Meredith, Vct. Monsell, 234; Caroline, see Eyres

Moore, A. McN. S., 109; Eliz., 1st w. of Wm., see Collett; Eliz., 2nd w. of Wm., m. 2 Sir Jas. Harrington, 38, 79; Geo. Fred., 36, 39, 46, 49, 60; John, 39; Wm., 38, 79; fam., 46; and see Dawe

Moreton Free Press, 247

Moreton Gas Co., 242

Moreton-in-Marsh, 197, 200–1, 219, 238–9, 240–50; agric, 201–3, 245–6; airfield, 217, 240, 242; bridges, 242; Stow Bridge, 242; burgages, 245; chaplain, 248; char., 205–6, 243, 248–50; ch., 204–5, 240, 248–9; clubs and social institutions, 243; Oddfellows, 241, 243; Coldicote, 240–1, 245–6; ct., 203, 239, 247–8, 256; curates, 205, 248; dom. arch., 243–4; fairs, 242, 244, 246, 248; farms, 246; fields, 202, 245; fire brigade, 242; hosp., 242–3; inc., 240, 246, 248; ind. and trade, 246–7; inns, 240, 243–4; man., 244–7; military incidents, 244; mill, 247; mkt., 240, 242, 244, 246, 248; New Moreton, 240, 245; nonconf., 163, 206, 249; Old town (Old Moreton), 240, 248; pop., 242; poor-relief, 248; par. officers, 248; rly. sta., 149, 198, 217, 240, 242, 246, 251; roads to, 198, 217; sch., 33, 97, 206, 248–50, 258; streams, 240; streets, &c, 240–2; town officers, 247–8; workhouse, 248

Moreton-in-Marsh and Stratfordupon-Avon horse tramway, 208, 217, 242, 251

Morrice, Francis, 227, 230

Morse, Jos., 163

Mortimer, Hugh, 79; Joan, m. Ric. Talbot, 79; Joan, w. of Rog., Earl of March, 115; Rog., Earl of March, 115; fam., 79

motoring, 221

Moulton, Wm. and his w., 258

Mounslow, Wm., 116

Mucegros, Cecily de, 180

Munsley, Wm. of, 136 n; Maud of, see Slaughter

murder, 6, 167, 199

Musard, Hasculf, 74; Ralph, 74; Rob., 74

N.

Nailsworth, 158

Nantmell (Radnorshire), 31

Naper, Jas. Lenox, see Dutton; Wm., 127

Nash, Geo., Rector of Bourton-onthe-Hill, 205; Hugh, 159

Natton, see Ashchurch

Naunton, 3, 71, 76–87; adv., 84; agric, 75, 81–83; appropriation, 84; bridges, 77–78; ch., 77, 84–86; ct., 84; curates, 85; dom. arch., 78; farms, 82–83; fields, 76, 78, 82–83; Huntsman's Quarries, 75, 83; inc., 76, 78, 82–83; ind. and trade, 83; inns, 79, 83; man., 77, 79–84; man.-ho., 78–79; mills, 77, 83–84; Naunton Downs, 76–77, 82–83; nonconf., 47, 77–78, 85–86, 97, 163; par. officers, 84; poor-relief, 84; pop., 77; prehist. rem., 76–77; rectors, 78, 85–86, 137; and see Barksdale; Freeman, Thos. (d. 1660); Fulwell; Hanxman, Jos.; Hurd; Jones, Anselm; Litton; Whittington, John (fl. 14th cent.); rectory, 82–85; rectory ho., 77–78, 84–86; road to, 135; roads, &c. in, 77–78, 84; Rom. rem., 77; sch. 78, 86–87; Summer Hill, 76–77, 82; Vicar of, 84; and see Aylworth; Harford

Naunton, in Winchcombe, see Winchcombe

Neale, Edw., 133; John, 105, 127

'Nelly, Old', 76

Nethercote, Rob. of (fl. 1192–1237), see Slaughter, Rob. of; Rob. of (fl. 1311, 1327), 40; Sir Sim. of, 40; Wm. of (fl. 1312), 40; Wm. of (fl. 1333), 40

Nethercote, in Bourton-on-the-Water, 36; inn, 36, 38; man., 37, 40–42, 47; man.-ho., 38; mill, 44

'Nethercote' (Oxon.), 40 n

Nethercourt, see Broadwell, Giffardes

Netherton, see Cropthorne

Neville, Anne, see Beauchamp; Ric, Earl of Warwick, 187

New Bridge (Rissington or Clapton Bridge), between Clapton and Gt. Rissington, 59, 99

New College, see Oxford

New Zealand, emigration to, 173

Newman, Ant., 181; Nathaniel, 181

newspaper, see Moreton Free Press

Nicholls, Ant., 244; Miss, 177; fam., 174

Noblet, Mrs., 222

Nollekens, Jos., 26

Norfolk, Duke of, see Howard

Norreys, Rog., Abbot of Evesham, 11, 51

North, Sir Edw., 115

North Cotswold Rural District, 14, 31, 45, 56, 62, 70, 84, 94, 104, 112, 118, 132, 139, 153, 159, 170, 176, 204, 206, 219, 243, 248, 256; housing, 27, 36, 50, 59, 77, 88, 98, 129, 145–6, 198, 241, 251–2; offices, 248; water supply, 27, 39, 99, 135, 147, 150, 242

Northampton, 8, 87 n

Northleach, 60, 66, 132, 154, 183; Eastington, 122; ind. and trade, 43; pop., 44; roads to, 17, 37, 99, 120; sch., 26, 63, 87, 106, 127, 164, 172, 184

Northleach Poor Law Union, 23, 126, 182

Northleach Rural (Sanitary) District, 24, 126, 182

Northmoor (Oxon.), 19

Norton, Bredon's see Bredon

Norton, Chipping (Oxon.), bailiffs and burgesses of, 164; nonconf., 32, 58, 86, 163, 178; roads to, 8, 27, 240–2

Notgrove, 78, 84; Rector of, see Rawden

Notley Abbey, in Long Crendon (Bucks.), 168–70

Nottingham, Eliz., m. 2 Ric. Pole, 100; Sir Wm., 100

Nottingham Hill, see Prescott

Nowell, Mic., 74

Nunheys, see Condicote

O.

Oakley, Mrs. see Overbury; Vincent, 116; Wm. Overbury, 116

Ockhold, Ric, 152

Oddington, 3–4, 7, 28–29, 53, 87–98, 105; adv., 94; agric, 91–93; char. 97–98; ch., 14–15, 25, 70, 87–88, 90, 94–97, 184; ct., 94; curates, 95; dom. arch., 88–89; farms, 92– 93; fields, 87 n, 92–93; inc., 88, 90–91, 93, 98; ind. and trade, 93; inns, 88, 93; Lower Oddington, 87– 89, 97 n; man., 63, 67–68, 89–91, 94; man.-ho., 89–90, 95, 97; mill, 93; nonconf., 97; Oddington Ho., 89–92; Oddington (Martin's) Hill, 87, 89; par. officers, 94, 98; pk., 87, 89; poor-relief, 94; pop., 88; rectors of, 70, 95; and see Clayton; Parsons, Rob.; Rice, Edw.; Tray; Vade, John (fl. 1631–42); rectory, 93–95; rectory ho., 89, 95; rly. sta., see Adlestrop; roads, &c. in, 87–88; roads to, 50, 146; royal visits, 90, 95; sch., 16, 88, 90, 95, 97–98; streams, 87; and see Henbrook stream; Upper Oddington, 87–89, 97; woods, 87

Offa, King of Mercia, 40, 151

Offa (fl. 1066), 136

Ogilby, John, 208

Oldisworth, Giles, Rector of Bourton-on-the-Hill, 205; Nic., Rector of Bourton-on-the-Hill, 200, 205

Oldys, Ambrose, 86

Olney, John Harvey, 165

Ombresley, John, Abbot of Evesham, 74

open fields and inclosure, 1–2, 12–13, 17, 21, 29, 42–43, 54, 60–61, 68, 73, 75–76, 82, 90–93, 98, 102–3, 107, 110–11, 117, 124–5, 130–1, 137–8, 144, 153. 155–6, 160, 169, 172, 174–6, 181, 193–4. 202–3, 211–12, 218, 220, 222, 228, 234–5, 245–6, 251, 253–5

Orderic (fl. c. 1055), 65

Oriel College, see Oxford

Osbern (fl. 1066), see Giffard

Osbern son of Poyntz, 65

Osbern son of Richard, 79

Osbert (fl. 12th cent.), 11 n

Osboldston, Eliz., m. 2 (Edm. ?) Helmes, 90; John, 90–92; fam., 90

Osborne, Nat., 28

Oseney Abbey (Oxon.), 108, 112

Oswald, Bp. of Worcester, 80, 209

Overbury, Anne, m. Wm. Stratford jr., 116; Giles, 200; Sir Nic, 199– 200; Sir Thos. (d. 1613), 199; Sir Thos. (fl. 1659), 199–200; Wal., 116; (or Oakley), Mrs., 116; fam., 116

Overbury (Worcs.), Alstone, 190; Teddington, 232 n; Lit. Washbourne (Knight's Washbourne), 232, 236

Owen, Jos., 95; Thos., Rector of Westcote, 174, 177

Oxenton, 186

Oxford, Earl of, see Harley

Oxford, 14, 55, 71 n, 93, 125, 145, 247, 256; Balliol Coll., Master of, see Leigh, Theophilus (d. 1785); Charles I's retreat from, 39; Christ Church, 22, 28–29, 31, 39, 112, 168, 170; Christ Church, Dean of, see Fell; Corpus Christi Coll., 53, 67, 81, 83, no, 137, 193; Divinity Schools, 22; friars of, 24, 177; Hart Hall, President of, see Parsons, Phil.; Magdalen Coll., President of, see Bond; New College, 22, 138; Oriel Coll., 118; Radcliffe Infirmary, 206; rly. to, 9; road to, 17, 120–1, 178; Savilian professorship, 244; Sedleian professor, see Cooke, Geo. Leigh; Sheldonian Theatre, 22; University, 244; Wadham Coll., 45; Wadham Coll., Warden of, see Wright, Rob.

Oxford, Articles of, 122

Oxford, Worcester &c Wolverhampton Rly., 1, 9, 88, 149, 240–2, 251

Oxfordshire, benefice in, 45; boundary, 27, 98, 106, 172; par. transferred to, 4

P.

Pace, Ric, 122

Page, John, 197

painters, see Craeyer; Lely; Wootton; Zoffany

Palmer, Ant., Rector of Bourton-onthe-Water, 45, 47; John (d. 1552), 253; John (fl. 1598), 200; Mary, m. John Bray, 152; Ric. (fl. 1497), 247; Ric. (fl. 1535–71), 66, 199–200, 248; Ric. (fl. 1587), 253; Rob. (fl. 1534), 247; Rob. (d. 1591), 152; Sam., 41; Thos., 200; Wm. (fl. 1476), 245; Wm. (fl. 1552), 253; Wm. (d. 1807 or 1808), 41; fam., 199, 217, 246

Pamington, see Ashchurch

Pantin, John Wiclif, Rector of Westcote, 177; Thos. Pindar, Rector of Westcote, 174, 177–8; W., 174

paper manufacture, 22–23, 229

Paradise Lost, 74

Parco, Steph. de, 182

Pardon Hill, see Prescott

Paris, Abbey of St. Denis, 238

Parker, Thos., 66

parks, see Adlestrop; Barrington; Bourton-on-the-Water; Clifford Chambers; Eyford; Maugersbury; Oddington; Sherborne; Slaughter, Upper; Stanway; Swell, Lower; Westcote

Parsons, Agnes, see Higford; John, 192; Phil., President of Hart Hall, Oxford, 26; Rob., Rector of Oddington and Archdeacon of Gloucester, 94–95

Partridge, Mr., 40

Pasham, fam., 92

Patten, Thos., 26

Pauntley, 80

Paxford, And., 47; Thos., 63; Wm., 63; fam., 63

Payne (Payn), Fred., 59; Geo., 163; John, 69; fam., 69

Peacey, Thos., 221–2; Wm., 222

Pearson, J. L., 166

Pegler, fam., 163

Pembroke, Earl of, see Valence

Pendleton, Hen., Rector of Todenham, 257

Pennington, A. D., Rector of Alderton, 195

Perry, Joan, 199

Pershore (Worcs.), 20

Pershore rural deanery, 70 n

Peter the tailor, 153 n

Petre, John, Lord Petre, 252; Rob. Edw., Lord Petre, 252; Sir Wm., 252; fam., 252

Phillips (Philips), And., 29; Joan, 250

Phipps, Jos., 242; fam., 93

Phipps Lockhart, Mrs. G., see Lockhart

Pigot, Nat., 90

Pilkington, Rog., 66–67

Pinchpool, Joan, m. Edm. Bury, 180; John, 180; Wm., 180

Pinnock with Hyde, see Didbrook

Pitman, Edw., 164

plague, 151, 198, 246, 250; Black Death, 73, 87 n; and see fever; smallpox

Plaistow, see Deerhurst

Playdell, John, 192, 221

Plumbe, Hannah, 120

Plymouth Brethren, 163, 249

Poer, Lawr. le, 252

Pole, Abraham, 252, 258; Sir Cecil Van Notten, Bt., 252; (formerly Van Notten), Sir Chas., Bt., 116, 252–3; Chas. Van Notten, 116; Eliz., see Nottingham; Sir Peter, Bt., 252; Sir Peter Van Notten, Bt., 252; Ric., 100; fam., 100, 252, 258

Polhill, Capt., 51

Polyolbion, 209

Ponsonby, see Talbot-Ponsonby

Pope, Alex., poet, 18

Popham, Alex., 199–200; Edw., 200

Porthloe, Wm., 258

Port Way, 224

Powell, Edm., 20, 67, 137, 174; Wm., 60; fam., 60

Powle, Hen. (fl. 1616), 109; Hen. (d. 1692), 109

Poyntz, Drew s. of, see Drew; Osbern s. of, see Osbern; Ric. s. of, see Richard; Sim. s. of, see Simon; Wal. s. of, see Walter

Poyntz, Hugh, 168 n; Nic. (d. 1222 or 1223), 167–8, 170; Nic. (d. 1272), 167; Rob., 180; fam., 168

Prance, Rob., 234; Rob. Rooke, 234; Mrs., 234; —, 234

Pratt, John, 253; Rob., 253

prehistoric remains, 8, 33, 35, 59, 64, 73, 76–77, 128, 144, 165, 178, 189

Presbyterians, 47, 58, 86, 105, 141, 206, 237

Prescott, 186, 188, 220–3, 229; agric, 222; chap., 220, 222–3; ct., 222; dom. arch., 221; farms, 222; fields., 220; man., 221–2; Nottingham Hill, 220–1; par. officers, 222; Pardon Hill, 221–2; poor-relief, 222; pop., 220; Prescott Ho., 221; road to, 190; roads, &c. in, 221; Rushy Cockbury, see Winchcombe

Prestbury, 90–91, 155

Preston on Stour (Warws. since 1931), Alscot Park, 210

priest, David the, see David

protestant nonconformity, denominations, see Baptists; Christadelphians; Congregationalists; Independents; Methodists; Plymouth Brethren; Presbyterians; Quakers; Sabbatarians

Prudde, John, 32

Q.

Quakers, 16, 26, 58, 97, 163, 171, 206, 258

quarrying, 1, 19, 22, 37, 60, 73, 75, 83, 87, 99, 107, 120–1, 125, 135, 138, 146, 154, 166, 172, 176, 178, 181, 189, 198–9, 203, 224, 229

Queen Anne's Bounty, see Bounty

Quenild (fl. 1086), 79, 81, 83

Quinton (Warws. since 1935), 207, 210; Radbrook, 210; Willicote, 207, 210, 212

quoits, 150

R.

R.A.F. Central Flying School, 106; and see Rissington, Lit., airfield

race-horse training, 198–9

Radbrook, see Quinton

Radcliffe Infirmary, see Oxford

Rag, Wm. le, 145 n

railways, see Bourton-on-the-Water Rly.; Moreton-in-Marsh and Stratford-upon-Avon horse tramway; Oxford, Worcester &c Wolverhampton Rly.

Rainald the chaplain, 210

Rainsford, Anne, see Goodier; Ant., 214; Chas., 209–10, 214; Eliz., w. of Hercules, m. 2 Wm. Barnes, 210, 215; Eliz., dau. of Hercules, 215; Sir Hen. (d. 1622), 209–10, 214–15; Hen. (d. 1641), 210; Hen. (fl. 1649), 210; Hercules, 210, 215; Wm., 209; fam., 209; and see Ransford

Ralph (fl. 1086), 19

Ransford, Edwin, 39; and see Rainsford

Rawden, Rob., Rector of Notgrove and Vicar of Windrush, 183

Rawling, Thos., Vicar of Windrush, 183

Rawlinson, Mary, 258

Reade (Read, Reed), Alex., Vicar of Sherborne, 126–7; Giles, 20; Sir John, Bt., 90–91; Sir John Chandos, Bt., 28, 90, 94, 97; John Edm., 51; Lady (Jane), 97; Ric, 23; Wm., 20; fam., 97

Reddall, Ambrose, 28–29

Redesdale, Earl of and Lords, see Freeman-Mitford

Reed, see Reade

Rees-Mogg, Lt.–Col. G. B., 210; Kathleen, see Wills

Reeve, Thos., 101

Reich, Tibor, 213

Rendcomb, 80, 84; Rector of, see Broad, Sam.

Repton, Adey, 10 n; Humph., 10

Reynolds, Ellen, m. — Teague; John, 113; Wal., 165; fam., 113, 156

Rhine, Prince Rupert of the, see Rupert

Ricardo, Ralph, 180

Rice, Cecil, Baroness Dynevor, see Talbot; Edw., Dean of Gloucester, Rector of Oddington and of Gt. Rissington and Vicar of Gt. Barrington, 24, 90–91, 95, 105–6; Frances, see Ingram; Geo., 19; Geo. Talbot, Baron Dynevor, 19, 24, 26, 103; Maj. Harry Talbot, 90; Hen., Rector of Gt. Rissington, 105; John, 40; John Talbot, 90–91; Ric. (fl. 1758), Vicar of Sherborne and of Windrush, 127; Ric. (fl. 1866–1902), Vicar of Lit. Barrington, 25; fam., 26, 90

Rice-Trevor, Geo. Rice, Baron Dynevor, 19, 180

Richard III (as Duke of Gloucester), 187

Richard, Earl of Cornwall and King of the Romans, 167–9

Richard son of Poyntz, 167

Richard atte mulne, 156

Richard, Osbern s. of, see Osbern

Richards Castle (Herefs.), 79

Richardson, Mrs. (née Waddingham), 80

Richmond, Edw., 222

rifle range, 51, 150

Rissington, Gt. (Broad Rissington), 1, 3, 98–106, 110, 115, 145 n; adv., 100, 104–5; agric, 101–3; bridges, 99; and see New Bridge; char., 106; ch., 98, 104–5; clubs, 99–100; ct., 6–7, 103; curates, 104; dom. arch., 98–99; farms, 102–3; fields, 102; Great Rissington Hill, 98–99; inc., 98, 102–3; ind. and trade, 99–100, 103; inns, 98–100, 106; man., 100–4; man.-ho., 98–101; mill, 103; nonconf., 105–6; par. officers, 103–4; poor-relief, 103–4; pop., 99; rectors of, 100–1, 104–6; and see Aldridge; Atterbury; Broad, Sam.; Buckland, John; Chetwood; Collingham; Drye; Goter; Hall, Edm.; Hauchurch; Henry; Lucas; Rice, Edw. and Hen.; Talbot, Geo.; Webb, John; Whittington, Dr. Thos. (fl. 1650); rectory, 103–4; rectory ho., 98–100, 104; roads, &c. in, 98–99; roads to, 107; sch., 106; streams, 98; woods, 98

Rissington, Lit. (Rissington Basset), 1, 3, 101, 106–13, 115; adv., 112; agric, 91, 109–11; airfield, 1, 6, 14, 30, 44, 93. 98–100, 103, 106–7, 111–13, 138, 172, 176–7; bridge, see Rissington Bridge; chaplains, 112; char., 113; ch., 106, 112–13; ct., 111–12; curates, 112; dom. arch., 107–8; farms, in; fields, 110; inc., 107, 110–11; ind. and trade, 111; man., 102, 108–11, 118; man.-ho., 107–9; mills, 107, 109, 111; nonconf., 113, 162; par. officers, 111–12; poor-relief, 112; pop., 107; rectors of, 112–13, 119; and see Caterall; Chetwood; Derby; Ford; Hopkins; le Marchant; Louches; Minchin, Rob.; rectory, 110–12; rectory-ho., 108, 112; roads, &c, 107; sch., 113; streams, 106–7; vicar of, 112

Rissington, Wick (Wyck Rissington; Rissington Wyck), 3, 81, 108 n, 112, 114–20, 147; adv., 108–9, 118; agric, 116–17; chant., 118; char., 120; ch., 114, 118–20; ct., 118; curates, 119; dom. arch., 115; farms, 116–17; fields, 116–17; inc., 114, 117–18; ind. and trade, 117; inn, 115, 117; man., 115–18, 120; man.-ho., 114; mill (Wick Mill), 114, 117–18, 132; nonconf., 120; par. officers, 118; poor-relief, 118; pop., 114–15; rectors of, 112, 118–20; and see Bassingbourne; Brome; Caterall; Cooke, Geo. Leigh; Knollys; Wakefield; Witchford; rectory, 117–18; rectory ho., 115, 119; road to, 107; roads, &c, in, 114; sch., 115, 120; streams, 114; Wick Beacon, 114; Wick Hill Ho., 114–16, 147; woods, 114, 117

Rissington airfield, see Rissington, Lit.

Rissington Basset, see Rissington, Lit.

Rissington Bridge, 36–37, 107, 110; and see New Bridge

river transport, 22, 182

roads, ancient and major, 128 n; and see Buckle Street; Cirencester; Cotswold Ridgeway; Foss Way; Gloucester; Oxford; Port Way; Ryknild Street; saltways; Slaughter Way; Watling Street; White Way; Winchcombe

Robert, Earl of Gloucester, 187; his w. Mabel, see FitzHamon

Robert son of Erkembald, 67

Robert son of Hugh, 44

Roche, John, 67; Thos., 67; fam., 64

Rochester, Vct., see Carr

Rochester, Bp. of, 205

Rodborough, Thos. of, 80

Rodborough, 80

Roger (fl. 1086), 174

Roger, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Rogers, John, 79; Wm., 79

Roman Catholics, 47, 58, 97, 113, 162, 164, 177, 220, 249, 258

Roman remains, 17, 35, 49, 64, 77, 128, 144, 165, 198; roads, see Foss Way; Ryknild Street; Watling Street

Romans, King of the, see Richard, Earl of Cornwall

Rome, 85; popes, see Alexander III; Eugenius III

rope-making, 154, 247

Rose, Jos., 54

Rouse, John, 45; Sir Thos., 45

Rowe, Chas., 210; Mary Anne, 210; Peter, 210; Mrs., 210

Royce, David, Vicar of Lower Swell, 171

Ruck, John, 29; fam., 81

Rudder, Sam., 59, 117

Rudge, Thos., 42, 61, 117, 222

Rudhall, Abraham, 15, 97, 105, 197; John, 105; Thos., 113; fam., 47

Rundle, Thos., Bp. of Derry, 18 n

Rupert of the Rhine, Prince, 89, 150

Rushout, Sir Chas., 200

Rushy Cockbury, see Winchcombe

Russell, Anne, m. Hen. Somerset, Lord Herbert, Marquess of Worcester, 74; Eliz., see Hoby; Sir John (fl. 1533), 116; John, Lord Russell (d. 1584), 74

Rutter, Edw., 193; John (d. c. 1545), 193; John (fl. 17th cent.; two of this name), 206; fam., 193

Rycroft, Sir Newton, Bt., 109

Rye (Suss.), 4, 130

Ryknild Street, or Condicote Lane, 64, 68, 128, 134, 165, 198

Ryland, John Collett, 39

Rysbrack, John Mic, 127

S.

Sabbatarians, 86, 97

Sackville, Ric, Earl of Dorset, 109; Thos., Earl of Dorset, 109

Sadlyn, Ralph, 180

St. Oswald's Priory, see Gloucester

Salmonsbury Camp, see Bourtonon-the-Water

Salmonsbury hund., 2–4, 63, 84; and see Slaughter hund.

Salperton, 164

saltways, 49, 142, 223

Sandford, Arthur, 101; John, 101; Thos., 101; fam., 148

Sands Cox, Wm., see Cox

Sandys, Margery, 100–1; Thos., Lord Sandys of the Vyne, 101; Wm., Lord Sandys of the Vyne (d. 1540), 100–1; Wm., Lord Sandys of the Vyne (d. 1623), 101

Sandywell Park, see Dowdeswell

Sankey, John, Vct. Sankey, 244

Santhill, see Bourton-on-the-Water

Sapperton, 100

Sartoris, Alfred, 167–8

Sassoon, H. M., 252

Saye and Sele, Lords, see Twisleton, Fred. Benjamin and Thos.

Scholer, John, 14 n

Schoolmaster, John, see John scolmarster

Scott (Scot), John, 67; Sir John Murray, 166; Osbert, 40

sculptors, see Bacon, J., sr. and jr.; Burman; Cass; Nollekens; Rysbrack; Theed; Westmacott

Selkirk, Alex., 226

Selvin, see Selwyn

Selwyn (Selvin), Thos., 165; fam., 152

Sewi (fl. 12th cent.), 11 n

Seymour, Thos., Lord Seymour of Sudeley, 41, 151, 187

Severn, riv., 238

Sezincote, 67, 70, 152, 167, 198–200, 203, 246

Shakespeare, Wm., 209

Shayler, John (fl. 1499), 12; John (d. c. 1800), 13, 16; fam., 12

Sheldon, Edw. (d. 1643), 174; Edw. (fl. 1650), 174; Geo., 174; Ralph (d. 1613), 174; Ralph (fl. 1658), 174; Wm. (d. 1570), 174, 177; Wm. (fl. 1650), 174; fam., 174, 176

Shenington (Oxon. since 1844), 186, 188

Shenstone (Staffs.), 74

Shepham, Ric, 164

Sherborne, Humph, of, 124

Sherborne, Lords, 122; and see Dutton

Sherborne, 3, 16, 25, 40, 103, 120–7; adv., 126; agric, 1, 123–5; almshouses, 121; appropriation, 126; bridge, 121; chap., 127; char., 127; ch., 122, 126–7; ct., 7, 126, 182; curates, 126–7; dom. arch., 121–2; farms, 125; fields, 124–5; inc., 124– 6; ind. and trade, 125; Lodge Park, 121–2; man., 28, 122–6, 179–82; man.-ho. (Sherborne Ho.), 120–2, 125, 127, 154; mills, 123–5; named as seat of Dutton fam., 45, 67, 111, 117; nonconf., 127; par. officers, 126; pk. (Old Pk. and New or Lodges Pk.), 120–2, 125; poorrelief, 126; pop., 37, 121, 144; rectory, 126, 137; roads, &c. in, 120–1; roads to, 59, 99, 178; sch., 63, 122, 127; Sherborne Ho., see man.-ho.; vicarage, 126, 179, 183; vicarage ho., 126, 183; vicars of, 126–7; and see Bradley, John (fl. 1405); Campion; Chedworth; Gretton; Reade, Alex.; Rice, Ric. (fl. 1758); Tucker; Twining; Willis

Sherborne brook, 1, 120

Shilleto, A. R., 133 n; Ric, 133 n

Shilton (Oxon., formerly Berks.), 106

Shipston-on-Stour (Warws.), 207–8, 217, 242, 244

Shipston-on-Stour Poor Law Union, 204, 219, 248, 256

Shipston-on-Stour Rural Sanitary District, 204, 219, 248, 256

Shipton-under-Wychwood (Oxon.), 28, 90, 177

Shirley, John, 250

shoemaking, 1, 13, 22, 30, 43, 55, 83, 103, 111, 145, 153, 169, 176, 182, 194, 203, 213, 229, 247

Shrewsbury, Duke of, see Talbot

Shropshire, estate in, 130

Shurdington, 89, 94

Simmons, Anne, 174

Simms, Thos., 250

Simon son of Poyntz, 167–8, 170

simony, 46, 95

Siward (fl. 1066), 108

Slaughter, Alan of, 84; Chambers (d. 1646), 137; Chambers (d. 1718), 137, 139; Chambers (d. 1740), 137, 139; Eliz., 137; Gil., 137; John (fl. 1282) and his w., 136; John of (fl. 1375), 103; John (d. 1486), 137; John (fl. after 1486), 137; John (d. 1583), 137, 142 n; Maud, m. 1 Wm. of Slaughter, 2 (? Wm. of) Munsley, 136; Paris, 137; (or Nethercote), Rob. of, 40; Thos. (d. by 1454), 137; Thos. (fl. 1649– 72), 109, 137; Wm. of (d. 1298), s. of Hen. Gerard, 136; (or Clench), Wm. (d. by 1417), 137; Wm. (d. 1741), 137; fam., 109, 132, 136–7, 141, 171

Slaughter, Lower, 3, 45, 128–34; agric, 130–1; bridges, 128; Slaughter Bridge, 33, 128–9; chant., 133; char., 48, 134; ch., 45–46, 63, 132–3, 139; ct., 7, 132; curates, 45–46, 62, 133; dom. arch., 129; farms, 131; fields, 130; inc., 129, 131–2, 138, 165 n; glebe ho., 128, 133; ind. and trade, 131; man., 4, 128–33, 136–7; man.-ho., 129– 30; mills, 129, 131–2; Aston Mill, 129, 130–1, 134, 138; nonconf., 133–4; par. officers, 132; pastures, 131, 138; poor-relief, 132; pop., 37 n, 129; prehist. rem., 128; prison, 128–9, 134; roads, &c. in, 129; roads to, 114, 166; Rom. rem., 128; sch., 128, 133–4; woods, 131

Slaughter, Upper, 3, 72, 109, 128, 129 n, 130 n, 132, 134–42; adv., 136–7, 139; agric., 137–8; bridges, 135; cast., 134–5; char., 140–2; ch., 76, 132 n, 135, 139–41; Copse Hill, 134–7; ct., 138; curates, 140; dom. arch., 135–6; farms, 137–8; fields, 131, 137–8; inc., 131, 135, 138, 165 n; ind. and trade, 138; man., 135–40, 183; man.-ho., 135–7; mill, 138; nonconf., 141; par. officers, 138–9, 142; pastures, 131, 138; pk., 134; poor-relief, 139; pop., 135; prehist. rem., 134; rectors of, 136, 139–41, 230; and see Witts, Edw. Francis, F. E. B., and Francis Edw.; rectory, 133, 137–9; rectory ho., 135–6; roads, &c. in, 135; roads to, 78, 128, 166; Rom. rem., 134; sch., 134, 141–2; Wagborough Down, 138; woods, 134

Slaughter Bridge, see Slaughter, Lower, bridges

Slaughter brook (Ey brook), 1, 33, 72–73, 75, 128–9, 134–5, 165

Slaughter (Salmonsbury) hund., 1–7, 30, 63, 68, 76, 100 n, 118, 126, 128–30, 182; ct., 6–7, 30, 40, 70, 73, 94, 103, 128, 132, 169–70; officers, 6–7; sessions of the peace, 6

Slaughter Way, 78

Sley, Wm., 250

smallpox, 151, 159, 198

Smith, Chas. Loraine, 91; Eliz. Anne, see Wilson; Humph, (fl. c. 1557), 20; Humph, (fl. 1702), 20; John, 219; Mary, 181; Thos. (fl. 16th cent.), 174; Thos. (fl. 1702), 20; Thos. (fl. 1759–70), 20, 22; and see Abel Smith; Cecily the smith

Snell, John, 79, 174; Powell (d. 1767), 79, 174; Powell (fl. 1810), 79, 174

Snowshill, 206, 223, 225, 228

Solloway, Wm., 256; fam., 256

Somerset, Anne, see Russell; Edw., Marquess of Worcester, 74; Hen., Lord Herbert, Marquess of Worcester, 74

South, Dr. Rob., 170

Southam, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Southwick, see Tewkesbury

Speenhamland system, 94, 104, 118

Spencer, Thos. le, 118; fam., 116; and see Despenser

sport, 189; and see archery; bowls; cricket; dancing; fishing; foxhunting; motoring; quoits; rifle range; tennis

Stafford, Humph. (d. 1460), Earl of Stafford and Duke of Buckingham, 80; Sir Humph, (fl. 16th cent.), 80; John, 80; Marg., see Tame; Ralph, Earl of Stafford, 80

Stafford, Earls of, 84

Stanhope, Sir Mic, 117

Stanley Pontlarge, 186, 220, 223

Stanton, Godwin of, 19, 23

Stanton, 223–4

Stanway, 101, 145 n, 186, 188, 192, 221, 223–32; adv., 230; agric, 227; appropriation, 230; char., 231–2; ch., 219, 224, 230–1; Coscombe, see Didbrook; ct., 188, 218, 222, 228–9, 235; curates, 230; dom. arch., 225–6; farms, 228; fields, 228; gatehouse, 225–6; Hill Stanway, 224, 230; inc., 228, 230; ind. and trade, 229; man., 217–18, 221–2, 226, 229, 235; man.-ho. (Stanway Ho.), 224–7; mills, 229; nonconf., 231; par. officers, 229; pk., 227; poor-relief, 229–30; pop., 225; rectory, 226–7, 230; road to, 64; roads, &c. in, 223–5; sch., 231–2; Stanway Hill, 223, 228–9; Stanway Ho., see man.-ho.; streams, 223–4, 229; Stumps Cross, 223–4; Taddington, 186, 188, 223–31; tithe-barn, 226; tithings, 229; vicarage, 227–8, 230; vicarage ho., 224–5, 230; vicars of, 230; and see Beck; Wood Stanway, 223–31; woods, 223–4, 227–9

Stanway, Hill, see Stanway

Stanway, Wood, see Stanway

Starkey, Phil., 233

Stayt, Thos., 30; fam., 28, 30

Stead, Wm., 20

Stedman, J. R., 253

Stenson, Wm. Snooke, 39–41

Stephen, King, 89, 174

Stock, Ric, 47

Stockwood (Stoke St. Edwold) (Dors.), 151 n

Stoke Orchard, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Stoke St. Edwold, see Stockwood

Stonehouse, Ebley in, 20

Stoneleigh Abbey (Warws.), 10

Stonor, Anne, m. Sir Adrian Fortescue, 66, 233; Edm., 66, 200; Gil., 66; John of (d. 1354), 66; John of (d. by 1361), 200; John (d. 1361), 66, 200 n; John of (fl. 1361); 200; John (d. 1383), 66; John (d. after 1494), 66; Ralph, 66; Thos. (d. 1430), 66; Thos. (d. after 1430), 66; Sir Wm., 66; fam., 204, 244–5

Stour, riv., 207–9, 213

Stow (Lincs.), 159 n

Stow Bridge, see Maugersbury, bridge; Moreton-in-Marsh, bridges

Stow-on-the-Wold (Stow St. Edward, Edwardstow), 1, 7, 12 n, 142–65, 183; adv., 159; almshouses, 160, 164–5; appropriation, 159; bailiffs and burgesses of, 144, 151, 157–8; borough officers, 157; bridge, see Maugersbury, bridge; burial board, 159; chant., 151, 160, 162; chaplains, 160; char., 160, 163–5; charter, 157–8; ch., 95 n, 144, 151, 154 n, 159–62; clubs and social institutions, 145, 150; St. Edward's Hall, 145, 150; Volunteers, 150, 163; ct., 7, 44, 55, 61, 153, 157; curates, 160; dom. arch., 147–8; fairs, 144–5, 151–3, 158; fire brigade, 150–1; guilds, 149, 160, 163–4; hosp., 146, 148, 159–60, 164; ind. and trade, 145, 149, 153–4; influence on Lower Swell, see Swell, Lower; inns, 149; Eagle and Child, 148–9, 158; King's Arms, 148–50; Red Lion, 149, 163; Unicorn, 142 ft, 149–50; White Hart, 149–50; local board of health, 150, 159; man., 41, 151–3, 157–9; military incidents, 79, 89, 95, 150–2, 161–2; mkt., 37, 51, 54 n, 144–5, 151–3, 158; named as address, 31, 52, 71, 101; nonconf., 47, 58, 72, 76, 86, 97, 113, 133, 162–4, 171; par. enlarged, 142–3, 165; par. officers, 151, 158, 160, 164; poor-relief, 94, 158–9; pop., 37, 44, 144–5; prehist. rem., 144; prison, 129, 157; rectors of, 144, 147, 160, 171; and see Callow, Benjamin; Evans; Hippisley, Rob. Wm.; Wylde; rectory, 56, 142, 147, 151, 156, 159–60; rectory ho., 160; rly. sta., 149, 173; roads to, 8, 17, 27, 49–50, 64, 72–73, 75–76, 78, 83, 87–88, 93, 98–99, 102, 106–7, 114, 134, 138, 146, 165, 167, 172–3, 189, 198, 223–4; Rom. rem., 144; royal visit, 149–51; sch., 148, 150–1, 160, 163–4, 171, 178; spa, see Swell, Lower; streets, &c, 49, 142–6; water-supply, 149–51; and see Maugersbury, St. Edward's Well; workhouse, 146, 158; and see Donnington; Maugersbury

Stow-on-the-Wold Gas &c Coke Co., 150

Stow-on-the-Wold highway district, 14, 44–45, 56, 62, 70, 76, 94, 104, 112, 118, 132, 139, 159, 170

Stow-on-the-Wold Poor Law Union, 14, 23, 31, 44, 56, 62, 70, 76, 84, 94, 104, 112, 118, 132, 139, 159, 170, 176; workhouse, 146

Stow-on-the-Wold Rural (Sanitary) District, 14, 23–24, 31, 45, 56, 62, 70, 76, 84, 94, 104, 112, 118, 132, 139, 159, 170, 176

Stow-on-the-Wold Urban District, 159

Stow rural deanery, 45, 47, 70

Stowe (Bucks.), 157 n

Stowe (Cambs.), 164 n

Stratford, Anne, see Overbury; Geo., 116; John (d. 1553), 81, 115–16; John (fl. 1586), 116; Hen., 116; Wm., sr., 116; Wm., jr., 116

Stratford, Old (Warws.), 213

Stratford-upon-Avon (Warws.), 55, 182, 209, 213, 215–16, 247, 256; Bridge Charity, 216; nonconf., 215; rly. sta., 208; road to, 207–8; sch., 216; tramway, see Moreton-inMarsh and Stratford-upon-Avon horse tramway; Vicar of, 215

Stratford-upon-Avon Canal, 242

Stratford-upon-Avon Poor Law Union, 214

Stratford-upon-Avon Rural (Sanitary) District, 214; housing, 207

Strong, Thos.. 17. 22. 26: Timothy, 22; Valentine, 22, 121–2, 129; fam., 19, 22

Stubb-Hewitt, Mrs. Thos., 152

Studd, Col. E. B., 174

Studley, Ric. of, Rector of Bledington, 31

Sudeley, 67, 81

Summerfield, fam., 91

Sunday School Soc, 60

Sunday School Trust, 206

Sutton-under-Brailes (Warws. since 1844), 238–9, 247, 253

Swalcliffe (Oxon.), 210, 216

Swell, Lower (Little Swell, Nether Swell), 3, 7, 142, 147 n, 165–72; Abbotswood, 166, 168; adv., 170; agric, 1, 168–9; appropriation, 168, 170; bridge, 165; Chalk Hill, 166; char., 172; ch., 170–1; ct., 170; curates, 170–1; dom. arch., 166–7; farms, 168–9; inc., 168–70; ind. and trade, 169; influence of Stowon-the-Wold on, 144, 146, 149, 161, 166, 168–9; inns, 166, 169; man., 166–9; mills, 169; Nether Swell Manor, 166;nonconf., 171–2; par. officers, 170; pk., 165, 167 n, 168–9; poor-relief, 170; pop., 166; prehist. rem., 165; rectory, 167–70; roads, &c, 166; Rom. rem., 165; sch., 166, 172; spa, 145, 167; Swell Bowl, 166, 168–9; vicarage, 169–70; vicarage ho., 170; vicars of, 170–1; and see Bliss; Brown; Callow, Benjamin; Royce; Wylde

Swell, Upper, 71, 142, 150, 165–7, 172, 242; man., 167; rector of, see Brown; rectory, 170; road to, 166

Swell Bowl, see Swell, Lower

Swinley, see Forthampton

Sydney, Sir Phil., 209

Symonds, Wm., Rector of Bourtonon-the-Water, 45

Syon Abbey, in Isleworth (Mdx.), 4, 100, 130, 136, 170, 174

T.

Taddington, see Stanway

Tailor, see Taylor

Talbot, Cecil, Baroness Dynevor, m. Geo. Rice, 19; Chas., Duke of Shrewsbury, 73; Chas., Lord Talbot, 18 n, 19, 26, 91; Eleanor, see Baskerville; Eliz., m. Sir Warin l'Arcedekne, 79; Geo., Rector of Gt. Rissington, 105; Joan, see Mortimer; John (d. 1374), 79; John (d. 1388), 79; John (fl. 1591– 1627), 51–52, 56, 79; John (d. before 1747), 91; Mary, Ctss. Talbot, see Cardonnel; Ric. (d. 1328), 79; Ric. (d. 1382), 79; Wm., Earl Talbot, 19, 24; fam., 26, 91

Talbot-Ponsonby, Col. J., 252

Talbot Rice, see Rice

Tame, Edm., and his w. Kath., 80; John, 80; Marg., m. Sir Humph. Stafford, 80

Taming of the Shrew, The, 209

Taylor (Tailor), Hen., and his w., 41; Maj. J. P. P., 210; John (fl. 1640), 81; John (fl. 18th cent.), 26; Rob. (fl. 1466), 124; Rob. (fl. 1484; ? same as preceding), 40; fam., 26; and see Peter the tailor

Taynton (Oxon.), 18, 24–25, 121

Teague, Ellen, see Reynolds

Teddington, see Overbury

Temple, Nic, 80–81, 152; Dr. Thos., Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, 45. 62

Temple, Knights of the, see Guiting, Temple, Preceptory of

Temple Guiting, see Guiting

Tenacres, fam., 101

tennis, 39, 150

Tewkesbury, 67, 90, 168, 186, 194; Barton by, 191; corporation, 187, 200; ct., 187–8, 193–5, 213; man., 185–7, 191, 209–10, 238; merchants of, 153; roads to, 142, 148, 189, 223–5. 232; sch., 197, 232; Southwick, 186

Tewkesbury Abbey, 168, 170, 186, 188, 191–2, 195, 200, 204, 217–19, 221–3, 225–7, 229–30, 233–4, 244, 250, 257

Tewkesbury hund., 185–8, 197–200, 203–4, 238–9, 250; ct., 187–8, 195, 204, 211, 213; officers, 188

textile trades, 1, 13, 22, 28, 35, 43–44, 69, 92–93, 103, 117, 125, 138, 153, 156, 169, 173, 176, 182, 194, 203, 229, 235, 246–7, 255–6

Thames, riv., 188

Thayer, Sarah, 164

Theed, W., 127

Theobald, Abp. of Canterbury, 89, 174

Theydon, Agatha, see Basset; Beatrice, dau. of Hen. of, 108; Beatrice, dau. of Paulinus of, m. Rob. de Briwes, 108; Hen. of (d. by 1217), 108; Hen. of (fl. c. 1260), 108, 115, 118; Lettice of, 108; Paulinus of, 108, 115, 117–18; Rob. of, 108

Thomas, Abp. of York, 89

Thomas, Edw., poet, 11

Throckmorton, Geo., 210; John, 210

Thursby, Capt. Piers, 50, 53

Tibblestone hund., 186, 188, 238

Tibor Furnishing Fabric Mill, 213

Tidmarsh, John, Rector of Broadwell, 57; fam., 12, 57

Tight brook, 17

Tirle brook, 189–90, 195, 220

Tirley, 238; Tirley Rye, 238

Tite, Geo., 183

Toddington, 189, 192, 221, 223, 225–6, 230

Todenham, 201, 238–9, 247, 250–8; adv., 256; agric, 253–5; bridges, 251; chant., 257; char., 257–8; ch., 219, 251, 256–8; ct., 256; curates, 257; dom. arch., 251–2; farms, 254; fields, 251, 253–4; Homestall End, 251, 253–5; inc., 251, 253–5, 257; ind. and trade, 255–6; inn, 252, 255–6; Upper Lemington, 216–18, 250–8; man., 252–6; man.-ho., 251–2; mill, 256; nonconf., 258; par. officers, 256–8; poor-relief, 256; pop., 251; rectors of, 219, 252, 257–8; and see Brigges; Lathbury; Malcolm, Gil.; Merks; Pendleton; Wickens; rectory, 219, 255–7; rectory ho., 257; road to, 217; roads, &c. in, 251; sch., 252, 258; streams, 250–1, 254; tithings, 256; Todenham End, 251, 254–5; Todenham Ho., 251–2; woods, 251

Todeni, Rob. de, 100–1, 103

Tomes, Hen., 216

Tony, Ralph de, 167, 174

tourism, 39, 43, 131, 145, 147, 149, 154, 203, 247

Tovey, Hen., 197

Tovi (fl. 1066), 179

Tovi Widenesci (fl. 1066; ? same as preceding), 19, 23

Townsend, Geo. (d. c. 1682), 164–5; Geo. (d. 1748), 152; Geo. (d. 1754), 152; Horace, 60; (formerly Lawrence), Rob. (Lawrence) (d. by 1830), Rector of Alderton, 194–6; Rob. Lawr. (fl. 1840), 195; Theyer Lawr., 195; fam., 152

Tracy, Anne, see Atkyns; Ant., see Keck; Eliz., 197; Ferdinando, 226; Hen. (d. 1501), 192; Henrietta Charlotte, m. Edw. Devereux, Vct. Hereford, 192, 222, 226, 232; Sir Humph., Bt., 101, 221, 226–7, 232; Sir John (d. 1591), 192; Sir John, Vct. Tracy of Rathcoole (d. 1647 or 1648), 192, 221, 226; Sir John, Bt. (d. 1678), 225–6, 232; John, Vct. Tracy of Rathcoole (d. 1687), 192; John (d. 1735), 226; John (fl. after 1735), 221 n; Juliana, 165; Mary, see Dodwell; Sir Paul, Bt., 101, 221, 225–6; Ric. (fl. 1533), 226–7; Sir Ric, Bt. (d. 1637), 101, 226; Sir Ric, Bt. (fl. c. 1660), 226; Rob., 226; Susan, m. Francis Charteris, Lord Elcho, 226–8, 232; Thos., 137; Wm. (fl. 1490–1), 192; Wm. (d. 1528), 192, 226; fam., 102, 190 n, 192, 221, 226, 229–31

tramway, see Moreton-in-Marsh and Stratford-upon-Avon horse tramway

Tray, Wm., Rector of Oddington, 95, 97

Tredington, 186, 235

Tredington (Warws.), 153

Trinder, Chas., 40, 47; Rob., 27; fam., 40

Truby, Edw., 109; Giles (fl. 1634), 109; Giles (fl. 1664), 109; Giles (d. c. 1731), 109; John (d. by 1634), 109; John (d. 1742), 111; John (fl. 1750), 109; Thos., 109; Wm. (fl. 1535), 109; Wm., sr. (fl. 1797), 109; Wm., jr. (fl. 1797), 109; fam., 109, 111.

Tucker, Nic, Vicar of Sherborne, 127

Tudor, Jasper, Duke of Bedford, 109

'tures', 145

Turkdean, 108, 111.

Turold, Gil. s. of, see Gilbert

Turstan (fl. 1066; ? two of this name), 19, 79

Turville, Abigail, 174

Twining, Jos., Vicar of Sherborne and of Windrush, 127

Twisleton, Fred. Benjamin, Lord Saye and Sele, Rector of Broadwell, 10 n; Julia Judith, m. Jas. Hen. Leigh, 15 n; Thos., Lord Saye and Sele, 15 n; fam., 10

Twyning, Jos., see Twining

Twyning, 186

U.

Uckington, see Elmstone Hardwicke

Ulf (fl. 1066), 100

Ulric (fl. 1066), 179–80

United Dairies Ltd., 247

V.

Vade, Edw., 95 n; John (fl. before 1625), 90–91, 95 n; John (fl. 1631– 42), Rector of Oddington, 95; fam., 95

Valence, Aymer of, Earl of Pembroke, 85

Vampage, John (d. 1508), 20; John (d. 1548), 20; Mary, 20; Rob., 20

Van Notten, Sir Chas., see Pole

Vaux, Bowyer, 40

Venfield, Giles, 79, 81; Thos., 79

Vernon, Dorothy, 48, 63, 134; Edw. (fl. 1578–1609), Rector of Clifford Chambers and of Welford-onAvon, 214; Edw. (fl. 1783), Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, 46; Geo., Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, 45–46; Ric, Rector of Bourton-onthe-Water, 46, 62–63; Wm., Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, 46; fam., 45–46

W.

Waddingham, John, sr. (fl. 1848–54), 79–80; John, jr. (fl. 1869–80), 79–81; Marg., 79–80; and see Richardson

Wadham College, see Oxford; Warden of, see Wright, Rob.

Wagborough Down, see Slaughter, Upper

Wakefield, John, Rector of Wick Rissington, 118

Wales, Prince of, see Charles II; justices in, 199

Walker, A. G., 80–81

Wall (Staffs.), 64

Wallace, Mrs., 192

Waller, Rob., Rector of Bourton-onthe-Water, 45–46; Sir Wm., 150

Wallingford (Berks.), 180; honor of, 108, 111

Walter son of Poyntz, 168 n

Walter son of Roger, 19, 23–24

Walter the carpenter (fl. 1327), 93

Walter the knight (fl. 12th cent.), s. of Drew, 53

Walter (fl. 1086), 80

Walton Cardiff, 186

Wanford, Ric, 51

Wanley, And. (d. 1679), 74; And. (d. 1688), 74; Valentine, 74; Wm. (d. 1747), 74; Wm. (d. 1762), 74; fam., 141

Wappenham, John de, 91

Ware, Ric. of, 204

Warin, Hen., Vicar of Windrush, 183

Warneford, Harriet, 206, 250; Sam. Wilson, Rector of Bourton-on-theHill, 52, 204–6, 244, 249–50

Warner, Maj. C. A. S., 109

Warwick, Ctss. of, see Beauchamp, Anne; Earls of, see Beauchamp, Ric. de; Dudley; Edward; Neville, Ric.

Warwick, 32, 47

Warwickshire, boundary, 186; parishes transferred to, 207, 239

Washbourne, fam., 129

Washbourne, Gt. (Abbot's or King's Washbourne), 186, 188, 229, 232–7; agric, 234–5; appropriation, 235; chaplains, 235; ch., 233, 235–7; ct., 235; dom. arch., 233; farms, 235; fields, 235; inc., 232, 234–6; ind. and trade, 235; inn, 233, 235; man., 189, 227, 233–7; man.-ho., 233; nonconf., 237; par. officers, 235; perpetual curacy, 235–6; perpetual curates of, 196, 236; and see Covey, Chas. and Chas. Rogers; Winning; poor-relief, 235; pop., 233; rectory, 233–6; road to, 189; roads, &c. in, 232; sch., 237; Washbourne Hill, 232; woods, 234

Washbourne, Lit. (Knight's Washbourne), see Overbury

Washbourne brook, 189, 232

Waterer, Mic, 28

Waterloo, battle of, 51

Watkins, Ric, Rector of Bourton-onthe-Hill, 204

Watling Street, 64

Watlington, Adam of, 66

Weatherstone, Ant., 182

Webb, John, architect, 122; John, Rector of Gt. Rissington, 106

Webb, Mary, author, 226

Welford-on-Avon (Warws.), Rector of, see Vernon, Edw. (fl. 1578– 1609)

Weller, Wm., 152

Wells, Jas., 32; John, 214

Wemyss and March, Earls of, see Charteris

Wenman, Ric, 109; Thos., 109

Wennington, Lawr., 180

Wentworth, Marg., see Fortescue; Thos., Lord Wentworth (d. 1551), 66; Thos., Lord Wentworth (d. 1584), 66

Wesley, John, 163

Wesleyans, see Methodists

Wessex Electricity Co., 39

West, Hen., Lord de la Warr, 40; Isabella, see Edmunds; Jas. Roberts (d. 1882), 210; Jas. Roberts (d. 1918), 210; John, Lord de la Warr, 40

West Saxons, King of, see Edred; Egbert

Westcote (olim Combe, Combe Baskerville, 'Icomb'), 1, 3, 31, 172–8; adv., 174, 117; agric, 175–6; Chapel Westcote, see Westcote, Nether Westcote; ch., 172, 176–8; Church Westcote, see Westcote, Over Westcote; curates, 177; dom. arch., 173–4; farms, 176; fields, 175; Gawcombe, 1, 172–4, 176–7; inc., 175–6; ind. and trade, 173, 176; inn, 176; man., 174–6; man.ho., 172–3; Nether (or Chapel) Westcote, 172–4, 178; nonconf., 178; Over (or Church) Westcote, 172–4, 176–7; par. officers, 176; pk., 172; poor-relief, 170; pop., 173; rectors of, 176–7; and see Baskerville, Dr. Edw. and Ric. (fl. 1572); Brooks; Davies, John; Loggin, Edw.; Owen, Thos.; Pantin, John Wiclif and Thos. Pindar; Williams, Thos. (fl. 1750); rectory, 177; rectory ho., 177; roads, &c, 172–3; sch., 178; streams, 172; Westcote Hill, 172–3, 175; woods, 172, 174–6

Westcote brook, 27, 172

Westfield, see Guiting Power, Caldicote

Westmacott, Ric, 127

Westminster, 32

Westminster Abbey, 157, 197, 199– 204, 217, 226, 238–40, 244–5, 247, 250, 252–3, 256–7; Abbot of, 204; and see Barking; monk of, 257

Westminster, Bishop of, 256

Westminster, Dean and Chapter of, 200, 203, 205, 252

Westminster hund., 197, 199, 203, 238–9; ct., 239, 247; officers, 239

Weston, Herb., 58; Rob. of, 193

Weston-on-Avon (Warws.), 207–8; and see Milcote

Westwell (Oxon.), 25

White, Jas., 151, 157 n; W. E., Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, 46

White Way, 224

Whitmore, Chas. Algernon, 130; Chas. Shapland, 130, 133–4; Eliz., 130; G. M. J. LI., 130; Geo. (d. 1794), 130; Sir Geo. (d. 1862), 130; Maud Mildred, 133; Ric. (d. 1667), sheriff of Glos., 129–30; Ric. (fl. after 1667), 130; Sir Wm. (d. 1649), 4, 129 n, 130; Wm. (d. 1725), 130; Lt.-Gen. Wm. (d. 1771), 130; Mr., 28; fam., 4, 129–30, 133

Whitney, Wm., 152

Whittington, Alex., 80; Cecily, see Browning; Edm., 80; Guy, 80; John (fl. 14th cent.), Rector of Naunton, 85; John (d. 1525), 80; John (fl. 1588), 80–81; Thos. (d. 1546), 80; Dr. Thos. (fl. 1650), Rector of Hazleton and of Gt. Rissington, 104; fam., 85

Wick Beacon, see Rissington, Wick

Wick Hill House, see Rissington, Wick

Wick Mill, see Rissington, Wick, mill

Wick Rissington, see Rissington, Wick

Wickens, Rob., Rector of Todenham, 257

Wicks, Nic, Rector of Condicote and of Batsford, 7

Widenesci, see Tovi Widenesci

Widford (Oxon. since 1844), 3–4, 6–7, 103, 219

Wightfield, see Deerhurst

Wihtelm (fl. 966), 209

Wilfrith II, Bp. of Worcester, 209

Wilkins, C. V., 48; fam., 132

Willes, Marg., m. Chandos Leigh, Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh, 15 n; Wm. Shippen, 15 n; and see Wills

William I, 89, 209 n; his w., see Maud

William II, 96, 187, 217

William III, 73

William IV, 157

William, Earl of Gloucester, 221, 226, 233

William Goizenboded, see Goizenboded

William mulleward, 194

Williams, Hugh (fl. 1643), 69; Hugh (fl. 1769), 67; Isaac, 25, 183; John, 69; Thos. (fl. 1750), Rector of Westcote, 174; Thos. (fl. 1803), 200; fam., 15, 65, 67, 69

Williamstrip, see Coln St. Aldwyn

Willicote, see Quinton

Willington, Thos., 252; Wm., 255

Willis, Hen., Vicar of Sherborne, 126

Willoughby, Eleanor, m. Thos. Berington, 41; Geo., 151; Hen., 41, 151; Rob., 41; Thos., 41, 151

Wills, Sir Fred., 210; Fred. Ant. Hamilton, Lord Dulverton, 200, 204, 248; Gil. Alan Hamilton, Lord Dulverton, 200, 243, 248, 256; Kathleen, m. 1 Edw. Douty, 2 Lt.-Col. G. B. Rees-Mogg, 208, 210, 214; R., 210; and see Willes

Wilson, Eliz. Anne, m. Chas. Loraine Smith, 91

Winchcombe, 186; burgage in, 51, 53; ch., 195–6, 222–3; Rushy Cockbury, 220, 222; Gretton, 190, 195, 220–1, 223; Naunton, 192; nonconf., 76, 163, 197; roads to, 78, 166, 190, 220; sch., 232

Winchcombe Abbey, 7, 27–31, 40, 70, 103, 120–4, 126, 179–82, 191–2, 195, 222–3; abbey ch., 126

Winchcombe highway district, 195, 222, 235

Winchcombe Poor Law Union, 195, 222, 230, 235

Winchcombe Rural (Sanitary) District, 195, 222, 230, 235

Winchcombe United Schools District, 223

Winchelsea (Suss.), 4, 129–30

Winchester, Joan of, 200; John of, 200

Winchester, Earl of, see Despenser, Hugh le, sr.

Winchester, Bp. of, see Fox, Ric.

Wincot (Wyncote), Chris., 210; John, 210; Ric, 210; Thos. (fl. 1361), 210; Thos. (fl. 1507), 210; Thos. (fl. 1531), 210; Thos. (fl. 1619–20), 109; Wm. of (fl. 1266), 207, 211; Wm. (fl. 1415–39), 210; fam., 210

Wincot, in Clifford Chambers, see Clifford Chambers

Windrush, John of, 181; Millicent, 103; Rob., 103; Wm. of, 181; fam., 181

Windrush, parish, 3–4, 16, 20, 26, 121, 123–4, 178–84; adv., 183; agric, 180– 1; airfield, 178; appropriation, 180, 182; char., 183–4; ch., 24–25, 178, 182–4; ct., 6–7, 103, 182; curates, 183; dom. arch., 179; farms, 181; fields, 181; inc., 181, 183–4; ind. and trade, 181–2; inns, 182; man., 179–80; man.-ho., 178–9; mills, 178–9, 182; nonconf., 184; par. officers, 183–4; poor-relief, 182; pop., 179; prehist. rem., 178; rectory, 137, 180; road to. 121; roads, &c. in, 178; sch., 184; tithings, 182; vicarage, 126, 179, 181–3; vicarage ho., 179, 183; vicars of, 183; and see Fifield, John; Mills, Mic.; Rawden; Rawling; Rice, Ric. (fl. 1758); Twining; Warin; Windrush Camp, 178–9; Windrush Downs, 181

Windrush, riv., 1, 16–18, 22, 33, 35– 37, 39, 44, 59, 72, 76, 98–99, 106, 120, 124, 128, 134, 178, 223–4

Windsor (Berks.), 125; St. George's Chap., 22, 181

Wingfield, C. T. R., 19, 24, 101; Edw.
-, Rhys, 19, 26; Mervyn Edw. Geo.
-, Rhys, 19, 22, 25

Winniat, Reg., 79, 174

Winning, Rob., Perpetual Curate of Gt. Washbourne, 236

Wise, fam., 62

Witchford, Adam of, Rector of Wick Rissington, 118

'Withigford', 59

Withy Bridge, see Boddington

Withypool, Paul, 109

Witley hund., 4, 63, 186

Witney (Oxon.), 55, 93, 103, 145, 163, 182

Witts, Edw. Francis, Rector of Upper Slaughter, 137; F. E. B., Rector of Upper Slaughter, 137; Maj.-Gen. F. V. B., 137; Francis Edw., Rector of Upper Slaughter, 137, 140–1; fam., 136, 141

Wluvi (fl. 1066), 200

woad-mill, see dyeing

Wolford, Gt. (Warws.), 251

Wolgrave, John, see Dunce

Wood, Ant. a, 95

Woodbridge (Suff.), Prior of, see Bassingbourne

Woodman, Haynes, 60; John, 60; Phil. (d. by 1711), 60; Phil. (d. 1773), 60; Phil. (fl. 1795), 60–61; fam., 62

Woodstock (Oxon.), 19, 32, 47, 90; Blenheim Palace, 22

Woodward, John, 214

wool, 21, 43, 65, 69, 82, 117, 124, 144, 201, 203, 247, 253, 255

Woolstone, 189

Wootton, John, painter, 122

Worcester, Marquesses of, see Somerset, Edw. and Hen.

Worcester, 141, 149–51, 198, 242, 244; and see Oxford, Worcester & Wolverhampton Rly.

Worcester, bps. of, 65–66, 76, 80, 84, 126, 159, 204; and see Alfred; Clifford, Ric; Cobham; Denebeorht; Ealdred; Ecgwine; Giffard, Godfrey; Oswald; Wilfrith II.

Worcester, cathedral church, 65, 84, 226, 232 n; Dean of, see Agelwin; prior and convent of, 76

Worcestershire boundary, 186, 189; detached parts of, 3–4, 8, 232 n

workhouses, see Bledington; Bourtonon-the-Water; Moreton-in-Marsh; Stow-on-the-Wold

Wormington Grange, see Didbrook

Wright, John, 40; Rob., Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, bp. successively of Bristol and Lichfield, and Warden of Wadham Coll., Oxford, 45; Wm., 258; fam., 181

Wrigley, Arthur Edw., 116

Writtle (Essex), 252

Wulfric (fl. 949), 40, 151

Wyatt, Lewis, 121–2; Wm., 252

Wychwood Forest (Oxon.), 182

Wyck Rissington, see Rissington, Wick

Wylde, Rowland, Rector of Stowon-the-Wold and Vicar of Lower Swell, 160

Wyncote, see Wincot

Wynn, Mrs. F. H., 67

Y.

Yarnton (Oxon.), Vicar of, see Bourton, Wal. of

Yates, Sarah, 46

Yearp, Wm., 66

York, Dukes of, 115

York, 90

York, abps. of, 4, 7, 67–68, 70, 88– 90, 93–95; and see Ealdred; Greenfield; Thomas

York minster, Precentor of, 94

Yorkshire, Glos. incumbents resident in, 95

Young, Rog. Pilkington and his w., 40

Z.

Zoffany, John, 122



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