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'Index', A History of the County of Gloucester: volume 9: Bradley hundred. The Northleach area of the Cotswolds (2001), pp. 280-298. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66475 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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The plates referred to are between pages 152 and 153

Page numbers in bold type indicate the main entry for a place.

The following abbreviations have been used: Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Bart., Bartholemew; Benj., Benjamin; Cath., Catherine; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fl., floruit; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; grds., grandson; Hen., Henry; Humph Humphrey; m., married; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Lawr., Lawrence; Matt., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; Phil., Philip; Reg., Reginald; Ric., Richard; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; s., son; Sam., Samuel; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

A.

Abell:
-, Sir Ant., 264
-, Emma, 264, 277
-, Geo. (d. 1946), 264
-, Sir Geo. (s. of preceding), 264
-, Victor, 264
-, family, 277

Abington:
-, Ant., 54, 67, 69
-, Edm., 54, 68
-, John, 54, 67
-, Ric., 54, 61

Ablington, see Bibury

Ackson, Wm., rector of Shipton Solers, 206

Acland:
-, David, 148
-, Eliz., see Kleinwort
-, family, 150

Acock:
-, Amy, 14
-, Arthur, 16–17, 19
-, Thos. (d. 1845), 16–17
-, Thos. (d. 1923), 14
-, Lawr., 14
-, Martha, 19
-, family, 131

Acton:
-, Chas., 13
-, Sir Rob., 13

Adderbury (Oxon.), 84

Addington:
-, Hen., Viscount Sidmouth, 211
-, Marianne, see Scott

Adynet, Thos., 59, 127–8, 140 n

Aethelburg (fl. 774 A.D.), 259

Agg:
-, Jas., 174–5, 181
-, Wm., 175
-, Wm. John, 173, 175

airfield, 81

Aldbourne (Wilts.), 140

Aldsworth, 121, 123, 125–6, 231 see also Lodge park

Alford, Thos., 210

Allen:
-, John, 114, 144
-, Mary Harrits, 114, 143–4
-, Ric., 159, 164

Allenstown (co. Meath), 13

Almond, see Bell

Alured (fl. 1119), 122

Alvescot (Oxon.), 13

Ampney St. Mary, 245

Ampney St. Peter, 25, 75, 123, 125

Anderson:
-, Sir Alan Garrett, 85, 148, 150
-, Colin Skelton, 154
-, Sir Donald, 85, 147–8
-, W. E. Ellery, 207
-, family, 154

Andover (Hants), 46, 160

Andoversford, Ralph of, 59

Andoversford, formerly in Dowdeswell, Withington, and Whittington, 5, 8, 43, 48, 61, 67, 202, 276
-, civil parish, 43, 45, 189, 233–4, 249
-, Civil War incident, 50
-, estates, 43, 50, 57, 59
-, ford, 43, 45, 251, 276
-, friendly societies, 50
-, inns, 48–50, 57, 61, 63, 192, 268
-, market, 7, 48, 63–4, 87
-, nonconformity, 68, 208, 247
-, railways, 46, 48, 63–4, 191, 252, 271
-, reading room, 50
-, roads, 44–6, 48, 63, 157, 169, 190, 235–6, 251–2
-, school, 69, 208, 248
-, trades and industry, 48, 63–4, 100

Andrews:
-, Chris., rector of Dowdeswell, 66
-, Ric., 14, 160, 197, 223

Anschitel (fl. 1086), 264

Ansell:
-, Ann, m. — Sylvester, 264, 277
-, Edw., 264
-, Maria, m. John Fegan, 264, 278
-, Sarah, see Jordan
-, Sarah (niece of preceding), 264, 278

Ansger (fl. 1086), 198

Apley (Salop.), 120–1

Apperley, see Deerhurst

Applegath, John, 46

architects, see Anderson, W. E. Ellery; Atkinson, G. W.; Belcher, John; Blackburn, Wm.; Brandon, David; Brooks, Jas.; Christian, Ewan; Clifford, John; Cutts, J. E. K.; Daukes, S. W.; Erith, Raymond; Fowler, C. Hodgson; Fulljames & Waller; Gimson, Ernest; Hamilton, J. R.; Healing and Overbury; Higgs, J. C. P.; Humphris, D. J. and E. R.; Kempthorne, Sampson; Kershaw & Ganter; Knight, Wm. H.; Jewson, Norman; Maberley, A. W.; Mansfield, Leslie; Medland, Jas., and Medland and Maberly; Onley, Sam.; Paul, Chas.; Pace, Ric.; Phillott, G. H.; Prentice, A. N.; Prothero, H. A.; Smith, Francis, and J. R.; Street, G. E.; Tatchell, Sydney; Tudor, Chas. Lloyd; Underwood, G. A.; Waller, Fred. S., F. W., and Waller and Son; Wilkinson, Geo.; Yiangou, Peter

Arkell:
-, John (fl. 1686), 233
-, John (fl. 1828, 1840), 241
-, family, 61, 241, 244

Arle, see Cheltenham

Arlington, see Bibury

Arnold:
-, John,122, 124
-, Ric., 122

Arras (Pas-de-Calais), 95

Arundel, Eliz., m. Wm. Whittington, 148

Ashfield:
-, Joan, see Moore
-, John, 73
-, Mary, 73
-, Mic., 73, 121, 123
-, Rob., 73, 76, 79
-, Wm., rector of Farmington, 79

Ashridge:
-, Jordan of, 59, 266
-, Peter of, 59, 266

Askew, Jos., 115

Asne, Hugh L', 158, 195, 202

Asperle:
-, Gillian, 73
-, Rog. of, 73

assarts, 5, 44, 249, 257–8, 266–8

Asthall (Oxon.), 73

Aston, John of, rector of Hazleton, 103

Aston, Cold (or Aston Blank), 1–2, 4–5, 9–20, 79, 217, 273
-, advowson, 18
-, agriculture, 15–17
-, boundaries, 9, 145–6
-, Camp farm, 13
-, charities, 20
-, church, 10, 18–20, 135, 152, 230
-, commons, 15
-, court, 13, 17–18
-, domestic architecture, 10–11, 14, 19
-, Elm Bank farm, 11, 13
-, farms, 11, 16–17
-, fields, 15–16
-, fishery, 17
-, Gilbert's Grave, 10–11
-, green, 10
-, Grove farm, 10, 16
-, inclosure, 11, 16, 18, 20
-, inns, 10, 12, 17
-, Little Aston, 6, 9, 11, 15, 17–18, 273 Aston Farm, 11; Plate 18
-, manor, 10, 12–18, 20, 143, 147, 198, 259
-, Manor Farm House, 11, 13
-, mill, 17, 229
-, nonconformity, 20
-, parish officers, 17–18
-, poor relief, 18
-, population, 9–10
-, rectory, 11, 14, 16, 18–19
-, Rectory Farm House, 7, 14
-, roads, 10, 146, 157, 218
-, schools, 11, 20, 155, 233
-, settlement, 10–11
-, Sycamore House, 10
-, tithes, 13–16, 18
-, trades, 17
-, vicarage, 14–16, 18–19
-, vicarage house, 10, 19
-, vicars, 10, 19; and see Iles, Edw.

Atkinson:
-, Brian, rector of Hampnett and of Stowell, 89, 216
-, G. W., 176
-, Joyce, 211
-, Hen., 84, 88, 211
-, Sir John, 84, 88, 141, 211, 215
-, Rob., 84, 211
-, family, 213

attorneys (solicitors), 13, 34, 46, 52, 54, 130–1, 175, 211, 243

auctioneers, 11, 13, 17, 64

Augustine, John, see Hancocks

Aula, Rob. de, 122–3

Australia, governor-general of, 260

Ayles wood, in Withington and Dowdeswell, 44, 56, 250, 257, 265

Aylworth:
-, Joshua, 39, 142, 164, 184
-, Mr. (fl. 1650s), 137

Aylworth, see Naunton

B.

Baderon, Wm. s. of, see William

Badgeworth, 230
-, Little Shurdington, 266

Baghot, Wm., 178

Bagnall, Hen., 86

Bailey (Baily):
-, Caleb, 266
-, E. W. W., 184

Baillie-Hamilton, J. A. B., 196, 201–2

Baker, Wm., rector of Dowdeswell, 46 n, 66–9

Baldwin son of Herlwin, 23

Bampton (Oxon.), 160, 276

Banbury:
-, Arnold of, 175
-, Wal. of, 175

Banbury (Oxon.), 225

Banbury and Cheltenham (formerly East Glos.) railway, 5, 10, 46, 48, 63, 146, 157, 170, 191, 193, 235

banks, 130

Bannister:
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Harcourt, 221
-, Geo., 96
-, Giles, 96
-, Jane, w. of Wm. (d. 1685), 221
-, Jane, m. John Hamilton, 221
-, John, 96
-, Ric., 96, 221
-, Thos. (fl. 1543), 96
-, Thos. (d. 1633), 96, 221
-, Wm. (d. 1604), 96, 221
-, Wm. (d. 1685), 96, 221, 227
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1721), 95–6, 221
-, family, 232

Baptists, 20, 105, 140, 154, 166, 186, 207–8, 247
-, Particular, 41, 186, 208, 277

Barevill, Hugh de, 147

Barndhurst:
-, Alice, see Croupes
-, Wm., 237

Barnsley (Glos.), 25

Barrington, 130
-, Great, 123
-, Little, 231

Barrow:
-, C. D., 73, 79
-, J. J. D., 73–4, 78
-, R. C, 73
-, family, 74, 77, 79

Bartlett family, 147

Barton:
-, Chas., 26, 30
-, Ric., 76
-, family, 23, 26, 29, 76

Barton on Humber (Lines.), 223

Baskerville:
-, Alice, see Croupes
-, Emme, see St. Leger
-, Jane, 211
-, Thos. (fl. 1361), 237
-, Thos. (fl. 1682), 259
-, Wal., 211, 215
-, Wal. de, 12

Basset:
-, Nic., 220
-, Ralph (fl. early 12th cent.), 220, 230–1
-, Ralph (s. of preceding), 220, 225, 230

Bastin:
-, Thos. (fl. 1732), 174, 180
-, Thos. (s. of preceding), 174
-, family, 180

Bath (Som.), 267

Bath and Wells, bishop of, see Burnell, Rob.

Bathurst, earls, 3, 134

Bayeux, Thos. of, archbishop of York, 33, 120, 123, 196, 198

Bayeux, bishop of, see Odo

Beach, see Hicks Beach

Beaconsfield (Bucks.), 6, 14, 73, 81, 96, 221, 233

Beale, Mary, m. John Browne, 159, 165

Beale-Browne:
-, Ellen, see Coxwell-Rogers
-, Geo., 46, 52
-, family, 69

Beauchamp:
-, Anne (d. 1449), 238
-, Anne (d. 1492), m. Ric. Neville, 238
-, Hen., earl, later duke, of Warwick, 238
-, Isabel, see Despenser
-, Joan, 244
-, Maud, countess of Warwick, 152
-, Ric. (d. 1422), Lord Bergavenny, later earl of Worcester, 238
-, Ric. (d. 1439), earl of Warwick, 152, 238
-, Ric. (fl. 1463), 54
-, Thos. de, earl of Warwick, 152

Beauflz, Wm., 65

Beaufort, duchess of, see Somerset, Frances

Beckett, Wm., curate of Compton Abdale, 40

Beckford, F. J., 32, 34

Bede (or Turbot), Wal., rector of Hazleton and of Stowell, 103, 216

Bedwell:
-, Hannah, 75
-, John,144
-, Thos. (fl. 1714), 71, 75–6, 79
-, Thos. (d. c. 1776), 75
-, family, 76

Bee:
-, Cath., 160
-, John (d. 1731), 160
-, John (fl. 1736), 160
-, John (s. of preceding), 160

Bel, Rob. le, 222

Belcher, John, 213

Bell & Almond (firm), 90

bellfounders, see Corr, Rob. and Wm.; Gloucester, John of; Hendley, Rob.; Mears, C. & G., Thos., and Mears and Stainbank; Neale, Edw. and Hen.; Pennington, John; Rudhall, Abel, Abraham, John, and Thos.; Warner & Son

Benn, Hen., rector of Hazleton, 103

Bennet (Bennett):
-, Hugh, rector of Hampnett, 89
-, Wm., 271

Bergavenny, Lord, see Beauchamp, Ric.

Berners, Wm., 177, 265

Berkshire, 128, 245; and see Carswell; Eaton Hastings; Longworth; Wallingford

Berwick Bassett (Wilts.), 266

Bethune:
-, Dan. of, 95, 102
-, Rob. de, bishop of Hereford, 184
-, Rob. of (d. 1191), 95, 97
-, Rob. of (d. c. 1194), 95
-, Rob. of (fl. 1242), 95
-, Wm. of, 95, 97

Bethune (Pas-de-Calais), advocates of, 95. 102

Beynon, Thos., rector of Farmington, 79

Bibury, 30, 52, 119, 127, 226, 268
-, Ablington, 23, 67
-, Arlington, 30, 231
-, Winson, 1, 3, 24, 30

Bicester (Oxon.), 225

Bicknell:
-, John, rector of Hampnett, 89
-, Margaret, 139–40
-, Thos., 121–2, 139
-, Wm., 139–40

Bigod:
-, Hen. le, 193
-, Margery, 193

Bil (fl. 1066), 195

Bingham, D. G., 192, 196, 207

Birchington (Kent), 95

Biscoe, Fred., vicar of Turkdean, 230–3

Bisley, Chalford in, 141, 264

Bisset, Sir John, 14

Blackburn, Wm., 119

Blackwell:
-, Hubert, 123
-, Jas., 123
-, family, 131

Blakenham:
-, Alice, m. Hugh of St. Philibert, 73
-, Benet of (d. by 1285), 73
-, Benet of (s. of preceding), 73–4
-, Joan, see Hastings

Blanche, Ric. B., 121, 141

Bleke, Thos., 268

Blockley (Glos., formerly Worcs.), 268

Blois, Wm. de, bishop of Worcester, 249, 266

Blomer, Wm., 225

Blunsdon (Wilts.), 89

Bobbingworth (Essex), 35

Bohun:
-, Eleanor (fl. 13th cent.), 83
-, Eleanor (fl. late 14th cent.), 194
-, Humph. de (fl. 1166), 51
-, Humph. de (d. 1265), 85
-, Humph. de (d. 1298), earl of Hereford, 85
-, Humph. de (d. 1322), earl of Hereford, 85
-, Humph. de (d. 1373), earl of Hereford, 194
-, Margaret, 51, 194, 197
-, Mary, m. Henry of Lancaster, 194

Boleyn:
-, Margaret, see Butler
-, Sir. Wm., 12

Bolton, Lady Julia, m. Wm. Augustus Rixon, 222, 232

bone mill, 183

Booth (Bouth):
-, Eliz., 14
-, Sarah, 56

borough, see Northleach

Botiller, Edm. le, see Butler

Boudier, John, rector of Farmington, 79–80

Boulogne, count of, see Eustace

Bourchier:
-, Cath., m. Humph. Brickland, 174
-, Rog., 174

Bourne:
-, Ant., 211
-, Eliz., 211

Bourton-on-the-Water, 10, 16, 18, 73, 99, 130, 141, 165
-, nonconformity, 20, 154, 166, 186
-, roads to, 146, 155, 157

Bouth, see Booth

Bowen, Thos., vicar of Turkdean, 230–2

Bowyer, Humph., rector of Stowell, 215

Boxgrove (Suss.), 238

Bracegirdle, Edm., rector of Hampnett and of Stowell, 89, 216

Bradford-on-Avon (Wilts.), 222

Bradley, A. H., 24

Bradley hundred, 1–8, 106, 208, 210, 273
-, jurisdiction, 2–3, 39, 101, 132–4, 164, 202–3, 215, 229, 244, 273

Bramber (Suss.), honor of, 83

Brandon, David, 74, 275, 277

Brawne:
-, Sir Hugh, 35
-, John, 35

Braybrook:
-, Joan, see Raleigh
-, Gerard, 222

bread and ale, assize of, 27, 132–3, 183, 229

Bredon (Worcs.), 268

Breinton, Rog. of, 182

Brereton:
-, Rob., 223
-, Theophilus, 55–6, 65

Brett, Hen., 44, 57, 68

Breuse:
-, Eleanor, m. Hugh de Mortimer, 83
-, Eleanor, m. Humph. de Bohun, 85
-, Giles de, bishop of Hereford, 83
-, John de, 83
-, Maud, see St. Valery
-, Maud, m. Rog. Mortimer, 83, 85
-, Reynold de, 83
-, Wm. de (d. 1211), 83
-, Wm. de (d. 1230), 85
-, Wm. de (d. 1290), 83–4

breweries, 7, 72, 130, 163, 171, 183

Brice:
-, Steph., 104
-, Thos., 104

brick-making, 63, 163–4

Brickland:
-, Cath., see Bourchier
-, Eliz., m. John Cater, 174
-, Humph., 174

Bridgeman family, 54

Bridges, see Brydges

Brightwell:
-, John of, 222
-, Maud of, m. Geof. of Langley, 222
-, Rob. of, 220, 222

Bristol, bishop of, see Luxmoore, John

Bristol, 159
-, cathedral, dean and chapter of, 35, 39, 102
-, Frenchay, 65

Bristowe, Thos., rector of Hampnett, 89

Briwes, Rob. de, 221

Broad, Wm., rector of Coln Rogers, 28

Broadwater bottom, 9, 69, 76, 217, 227

Brockhampton, in Sevenhampton, 167–9
-, agriculture, 179–81
-, Brockhampton Park estate, 171–3, 175–6, 178, 180, 266
-, house, 7, 167, 171, 173, 176–7, 186; Plate 6
-, Brockhampton Quarry, 171–2, 173 n, 182–3, 186
-, commons, 180–1
-, fields, 167, 179, 181
-, friendly society, 173
-, inns, 172–3
-, nonconformity, 186
-, park, 167–9, 171, 176
-, reading room, 173, 187
-, school, 187
-, settlement, 170–1
-, trades, 182–3

Brockwell End, see Withington

Bromflete:
-, Edw., 222
-, Joan, see Raleigh

Brooke (Brook):
-, Hen., 254, 270
-, Hugh of, 84
-, Lawr. of, 83–4, 88

Brooks, Jas., 139

Broughton (Oxon.), 225

Browne:
-, John (fl. 1659), 159
-, John (d. 1782), 157, 159–60, 162, 165
-, John (d. 1850), 159, 198
-, Hen., 59
-, Mary, see Beale
-, Mary (another), 198
-, Ric., 159
-, Thos., 159–61, 199
-, Thos. Beale, 7, 157, 159, 161–4, 166, 171, 181, 183, 198, 201
-, family, 158, 160, 164–5
-, see also Beale-Browne

Browning:
-, Alice, 148
-, Cecily, m. Guy Whittington, 148
-, John,148
-, Ric., 148

Bruern abbey (Oxon.), 6, 197, 199, 250, 264, 269

Brunsdon family, 99–100

Brutton, Gladys G., 33, 35, 194

Bryanston (Dors.), 51

Brydges (Bridges):
-, Giles (fl. 1501), 55
-, Giles (d. 1594), Lord Chandos, 55
-, Ric., 276
-, Thos. (d. by 1647), 264
-, Thos. (fl. 1662), 264
-, Thos. (fl. 1847), 231
-, Wm., 165

Bubb:
-, Hen., 56
-, Sarah, see Hall

Bucge (fl. late 7th cent.), 259

Buckingham, duke of, see Stafford, Edw.

Buckinghamshire, see Beaconsfield; Horsenden; Winslow

Buckler:
-, Cath., see Tame
-, Sir Wal., 51

Bullingham:
-, John, rector of Withington, later bishop of Gloucester, 276
-, Nic., bishop of Worcester, 276

Bullit, Chris., 14

Bure:
-, Eliz., 84
-, Jas., 84

Burford (Oxon.), 127, 129–30, 160, 205, 232, 247
-, roads to, 10, 45, 70, 107, 190, 251

Burland:
-, Anna, see Gordon
-, John Berkeley, 56

Burnell:
-, Phil., 221
-, Rob., bishop of Bath and Wells, 221

Burroughs family, 269

Bush:
-, Alice, w. of John, m. 2 Wm. Midwinter, 128
-, Joan, 128, 140
-, John (d. 1477), 128
-, John (fl. 1536), 128
-, Thos. (d. 1525), 75, 111, 118, 122, 128, 140, 260
-, Thos. (s. of preceding), 260
-, Thos. (fl. 1554, another), 97
-, Wm. (fl. 1541, 1564), 75, 97, 122, 128
-, Wm. (fl. 1847), 57

Bustard:
-, Ant., 84
-, Wm., 84

Busted:
-, Miles, curate of Salperton and Sevenhampton, 185
-, Wm., curate of Sevenhampton, 185

Butler:
-, Anne, m. Jas. St. Leger, 12
-, (or le Botiller), Edm., 12
-, Eleanor, w. of Jas. (d. 1338), m. 2 Thos. Dagworth, 12
-, Eliz., w. of Jas. (d. 1382), m. 2 Rob. of Hereford, 12
-, Jas. (d. 1338), earl of Ormonde, 12
-, Jas. (d. 1382), earl of Ormonde, 12
-, Jas. (d. 1405), earl of Ormonde, 12
-, Jas. (d. 1453), earl of Ormonde, 12
-, Jas. (d. 1461), earl of Wiltshire and of Ormonde, 12
-, Margaret, m. Sir Wm. Boleyn, 12
-, Thos. (d. 1515), earl of Ormonde, 12

Butt, Geo., rector of Notgrove, 153

C.

Calais, merchants of the staple of, 51, 127–8,140

Calcombe, see Sevenhampton

Camber, John, 186

Cambridge:
-, Mary, see Ridler
-, Ric., 56

Campden, Chipping, 13, 127, 139, 153, 169, 235

Canterbury, archbishops of, see Cornwallis, Fred.; Stigand

Cantilupe, Wal., bishop of Worcester, 266

Carpenter:
-, John (d. 1476), bishop of Worcester, 54, 61, 263
-, John (fl. 1529), 84
-, Millicent, 84

Carr:
-, Alwyn, 80
-, Eliz., 203
-, John Anby, rector of Shipton, 205

Carswell (Berks.), 279

Carter:
-, Alice, see Pulham
-, Anna, 186
-, Edw., 13, 143
-, Giles, 13, 19
-, Goddard, 13, 20, 180, 184
-, Hannah, see Jordan
-, John (fl. 1589, 1598), 265
-, John (fl. 1591, ? another), 173
-, John (d. 1627, ? another), 13, 198
-, John (fl. mid 17th cent.), 186
-, Mary, 20
-, Rebecca, m. Sir John Doyley, 13
-, Thos., 174
-, family, 201

Cassey:
-, Blanche, 261
-, Eliz., 261
-, Hen., 261, 267
-, John (fl. 1436, 1450), 261, 270
-, John (fl. 1497), 261, 267, 272
-, Leonard, 261
-, Nic., 261
-, Rob., 261, 267
-, Thos., 261
-, Wm., 261
-, family, 159, 197

Cassey Compton, see Compton

castle (? possible), see Yanworth

Castle Bromwich (Warws.), 238, 245

Castle Eaton (Wilts.), 39

Cater:
-, Eliz., see Brickland
-, John, 174

Catesby:
-, Edm., 210
-, Eliz., see Clifford

Cauntelo:
-, Geo. de, 158–9
-, Wm. de, 158

Cavendish Land Co., 13, 35, 85

Cely family, 128

Cerney, John of, rector of Notgrove, 153

Cerney, North, 36, 38, 261

Chaddesleye, Rob. de, 257

Chadwell:
-, Anne, 197
-, Ric. (fl. 1559), 197
-, Ric. (s. of preceding), 197
-, Simon, 197

Chalford, see Bisley

Chamberlayne:
-, Edm., 34–5
-, Sir Thos., 33–4

Chambers, Chas., curate of Sevenhampton, 187

Champfleur:
-, Nic. de, 195
-, Rog. de, 195–7

Chandler:
-, Eliz., m. Jos. Hincksman, 177–8
-, John, 158
-, Thos., 160
-, Wm. (d. c. 1614), 177
-, Wm. (fl. 1625), 177
-, Wm. (d. 1652, s. of preceding), 177, 186

Chandos, Lord, see Brydges, Giles

Chandos:
-, Ric. de, 195
-, Rob. de (fl. 1212), 195
-, Rob. de (fl. 1285), 195
-, Rog. de, 195

chantries, see Northleach

Chapeau:
-, Hen. Evelyn Chicheley, 194, 203
-, John, rector of Shipton, 205–6
-, Louisa, 194
-, Wm., rector of Shipton Oliffe and of Shipton Solers, 206
-, Wm. Posthumous, 194, 201, 203

Charles I, 120, 129

Charles, Rob., 144

Charleston:
-, Jennifer, m. J. L. Stringer, 238, 244
-, Joan, 238
-, Rob., 238

Charlett:
-, Arthur (fl. 1653), rector of Shipton Solers, 206
-, Arthur (d. 1722), 193

Charlton, see Tetbury

Charlton Abbots, 166, 173, 184, 186–7, 244

Charlton Kings, 175, 234–5, 241, 247, 278

Chartley (Staffs.), 261

Chastilon, Ric., 51

Chaunler, Rob., rector of Coln Rogers, 28

Chedworth, Lords, see Howe, Hen. Fred., John (two of the name), and John Thynne

Chedworth, 27, 29, 102, 104, 107, 249, 251–2
-, Gothurst, 93, 215 n
-, manor, 97, 211, 215, 270
-, nonconformity, 30, 140–1
-, vicars, 89, 216
-, woodland, 213, 250
-, and see Fossebridge

Chelt, river, 4, 43, 62

Cheltenham:
-, Wal. of (d. by 1306), rector of Whittington, 197, 245
-, Wal. of (fl. c. 1300, ? another), 159

Cheltenham, 39–40, 46, 60, 115, 131, 163, 183, 191, 202, 243
-, architects, 53, 55, 113, 187, 277
-, Arle, 164, 278
-, borough corporation, 43–4, 47, 52, 54.
-, breweries, 56, 130
-, Hewletts, the, 174
-, named as an address, 159, 165, 175, 240
-, nonconformity, 41, 68, 105, 141, 186, 208, 233, 247, 277–8
-, roads to, 5, 10, 32, 42, 45–6, 48–9, 70, 107–8, 146, 157, 169–71, 190–2, 235, 251–2
-, rural district, 184
-, schools, 13, 32
-, water supply, 4, 43–4, 52

Chesterton, see Cirencester

Child, Thos., rector of Dowdeswell, 66

Chiselhampton (Oxon.), 13

Choques:
-, Reynold of, 96
-, Sigar of, 95–8, 100

Christian, Ewan, 40–1

Church Commissioners, 23–4

church-scot, 268, 273

Churcham, Highnam in, 122, 253

church houses, see Northleach; Sevenhampton; Withington; Yanworth

Church Pastoral Aid Society, 65

Churchdown:
-, barony of, 33
-, Pirton, 13, 198

Churn, river, 4, 249

Cirencester, 3, 4, 30, 46, 108, 130, 135. 252
-, abbey:
-, abbot, see Sodbury, John
-, as lord of hundred, 2–3, 101, 132, 202, 229, 273
-, estates of, 159, 161–2, 197, 199, 225
-, Chesterton, 222–3
-, church, 38
-, M.P.s, 211, 223
-, named as an address, 56, 75, 127, 196, 222–3, 231, 267
-, roads to, 4–5, 10, 32, 45, 92–3, 107, 146, 157, 169, 190–1, 218, 248, 251
-, woolstaplers, 267

Cirencester, Seven Hundreds of, 2–3

Cirencester and Tewkesbury constituency, M. P. for, 260

Civil War incidents, see Andoversford; Northleach

Clapton, 73

Clarence, duke of, see George

Clare, Maud de, 83

Clarke (Clerke):
-, Sir Clement, 148–50
-, Rob., vicar of Northleach, 137
-, Sarah, see Talbot
-, Sir Talbot, 148
-, Mr. (fl. 1804), 265

Cleeve, Bishop's, 180
-, Cleeve common, 169, 180, 235
-, Gotherington, 169, 235
-, Wontley, 241

Clerebaud:
-, Adam, 85
-, Hen., 85
-, John,85

Clerke, see Clarke

Clifford:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Edm. Catesby, 2 Thos. Limerick, 84, 210
-, Emme, see St. Leger
-, Hen., 84
-, Jas. (fl. 1374). 210
-, Jas. (fl. 1396, ? another), 84, 210
-, John, 19
-, J. H., 240
-, Margaret, see Staverton
-, Matt., 210
-, Wal. de, 12
-, Wm., 84, 210, 214

Clinton and Saye, Lord, see Fiennes, Edw.

clogmaking, 273

Clopley (or Clopton), see Sevenhampton, Lower Sevenhampton

clothmaking, 106, 111, 128–9, 142, 272

Clutterbuck family, 54

coal merchants, 64, 100, 115, 151

Cobbett, Wm., 259

Coberley, 55–6, 249, 245
-, Upper Coberley (or Little Coberley, or Pinswell), 1, 3, 106, 120, 123, 132, 134, 252

Cockthrop, see Northleach, Eastington

Coenwald, bishop of Worcester, 51

Coke, see Cook

Colas, John, 122

Colburn, Oscar, 127

Cold Aston, see Aston

Cold Comfort, see Dowdeswell

Cole:
-, Alice, 121
-, Chas. Wm., 121
-, Thos., rector of Notgrove, 153
-, family, 122

Coles, Rob., curate of Compton Abdale, 40

Colesbourne, Phil. of, 264, 276

Colesbourne, 40, 249, 257, 271
-, estate, 7, 250–1, 258, 264–5, 267, 271–2
-, manor, 250, 266

Colesbourne, Little, see Withington

Coln, river, 4, 21, 31, 33, 91–2, 166, 172, 176, 189, 209, 234, 248–9, 250, 263
-, mills on, 26, 100, 182, 202, 236, 242, 272
-, fords and bridges, 5, 21, 32, 43, 48, 170, 190, 235–6, 251–2, 255

Coln Rogers, 1, 3, 21–30
-, advowson, 27
-, agriculture, 24–6, 123
-, boundaries, 21
-, charities, 30
-, church, 21, 27–30, 102; Plate 36
-, court, 27
-, domestic architecture, 21–2, 24, 28
-, farms, 26
-, fields, 25
-, fishery, 21, 27
-, inclosure, 22, 25
-, Lower farm, 22–3, 26
-, manor, 6, 21–8, 141
-, manor house, 21, 23–4
-, mills, 21–2, 26
-, nonconformity, 30
-, parish officers, 27
-, Pindrup, 22, 24–7
-, poor relief, 27
-, population, 21
-, reading room, 22
-, rectors, 24–6, 28–9; and see Ratcliffe, John
-, rectory, 27–8
-, rectory house, 28, 30
-, roads, 21
-, schools, 22, 30
-, settlement, 21
-, tithes, 27–8
-, trades, 26–7
-, Upper farm, 21–3, 26
-, woodland, 21
-, and see Fossebridge

Coln St. Aldwyns, Williamstrip in, 23

Coln St. Dennis, 21–2, 27–30, 89, 102, 127
-, and see Fossebridge

Colquitt-Craven:
-, Fulwar John, 176
-, Georgina Maria, see Craven
-, (formerly Colquitt-Goodwin) Goodwin Chas., 173, 175, 184
-, Lewis Fulwar, 176
-, family, 266

Colston:
-, Alex., see Ready
-, Alex. (fl. 1808), 24
-, Edw., 39, 230
-, Isabel, 24
-, John Morris, 24

Colville, Thos., 57

Combe, Geo., 183

Comely, F. J., 151

Compton:
-, Eliz., see Spencer
-, John, 222
-, Wm., Lord Compton, 223–4

Compton, Cassey (or Little), in Withington and Compton Abdale, 1, 248, 273
-, estate, 31, 34, 37–8, 159, 197, 211, 250, 252, 255, 259, 261, 267–8, 270–2, 274, 277
-, house, 7, 31–2, 255, 261–3
-, mill, 255, 261, 272
-, settlement, 33, 36, 255

Compton Abdale (or Great Compton), 1, 3, 5, 31–41, 194
-, advowson, 39
-, agriculture, 36–8
-, boundaries, 31, 91, 189
-, church, 35, 39–41, 102, 164, 274
-, commons, 31–2, 37
-, Compton grove, 31, 35, 37
-, court, 38–9, 196, 198
-, curacy (later vicarage), 39
-, curates (and vicars), 35, 39–41, 103; and see Lowndes, Edm. A. T; Mellersh, Wm. P.
-, domestic architecture, 32–6
-, farms, 7, 37–8, 86
-, fields, 37
-, inclosure, 31, 33, 35, 37
-, Lower (formerly Compton) farm, 31–9, 41
-, manor, 31–8, 41, 97, 211
-, manor house, 34
-, mills, 32, 37
-, nonconformity, 40–1
-, parish officers, 39
-, park, 31–4, 37–8, 262–3
-, Parsonage (formerly Upper) farm, 32–4, 36–9
-, poor relief, 39
-, population, 32
-, rectory, 32, 35–7, 39, 41
-, roads, 32, 82, 190–1, 248
-, schools, 32, 41
-, settlement, 32–3
-, Smallhope, 33, 37
-, Springhill, 33, 35, 37–8
-, tithes, 35–7
-, trades, 38
-, vicarage, see Compton Abdale, curacy
-, vicarage house, 32, 40
-, woodland, 31, 36, 262
-, see also Compton, Cassey; Hampen

Compton brook, 31–2, 248

Comyn:
-, Margery, see Limesi
-, Rob., 159
-, Thos. (fl. 1284), 159
-, Thos. (fl. 1346), 159
-, Wal., 158
-, Wm., 159

Congregationalists, 40, 80, 90, 105, 121, 140–1, 153

Connecticut (U.S.A.), 71

Conway, Lord, see Seymour-Conway, Francis (two of the name)

Cook (Coke, Cooke):
-, Mary, 29
-, Rob., 204
-, Thos., 125

Cookes, Edw., 88

Cooper:
-, Eliz. Storke, 56
-, Thos., 56

Corbezon:
-, (or of Studley) Peter (fl. mid 12th cent.), 158–60
-, Peter (s. of preceding), 158

Cormeilles:
-, Ansfrid de, 195
-, Wal. de, 195

corn merchants, 64, 100, 151, 183

Cornhill, Reynold of, see Thornhill

Cornwall, 254

Cornwallis:
-, Caroline, 274
-, Fred., archbishop of Canterbury, 274

Corr:
-, Rob., 140
-, Wm., 140

Corse, Hen. of, 74

Cory, P. W., 150–1

Cossins family, 32

Cossley:
-, Mary, see Roberts
-, Ric., 159
-, Wm., 159–60

Cosyn, John, 222

Cothill (or Cotwell), see Withington

Cotswold district, 18, 27, 39, 65, 79, 88, 102, 135, 152, 164, 184, 203, 215, 230, 244, 273

Cotton:
-, Anne, w. of Geo., 238, 241
-, Anne, m. John Denham, 238
-, Appolina, m. Sir Alex. Hall, 238, 241
-, Don, 238
-, Edw., 24
-, Eliz., 24
-, Geo., 238
-, John, 178, 238–9
-, Margaret, 238, 247
-, Ralph, 174, 238–9, 241, 260
-, Ric. (d. 1555), 238, 241, 247
-, Ric. (d. 1607), 238
-, Thos., 24
-, Wm., 238
-, family, 242, 246

Cotwell, Wm. of, 258

Councer:
-, John, 214
-, Ric., 211, 214–15

country clubs, 60, 174, 176

county and hundred courts, suit at, 122, 183, 266

Cove, Wm., 100

Cowley, 109, 196, 245

Coxwell:
-, Ann, see Rogers
-, Anne, 232
-, Chas., rector of Dowdeswell, 52, 66–7, 69, 245
-, Chas. Rogers, 69
-, Hen., 223–4
-, John (d. 1667), 223
-, John (d. 1675), 223
-, Ric. Rogers, see Coxwell-Rogers
-, family, 224, 232

Coxwell-Rogers:
-, (formerly Probyn-Dighton), Cecil Mein, 52, 60
-, Ellen, w. of Ric. Rogers, 52
-, Ellen, m. Geo. Beale-Browne, 46, 52, 65
-, Godfrey, 52
-, Grace, 52, 65
-, N. A., 60 n
-, R. A., 60
-, Ric., rector of Dowdeswell, 67
-, Ric. Hugh, 52
-, (formerly Coxwell) Ric. Rogers, 47, 52–4, 67, 69
-, Wm. Rogers, rector of Dowdeswell, 67
-, family, 50, 68

Craddock:
-, Jos., 123
-, family, 122

Craven:
-, Fulwar, 175–6, 178, 266
-, Georgina Maria, m. G. C. ColquittCraven, 175, 187
-, John, 186
-, family, 174
-, and see Colquitt-Craven

Creed, Jas., vicar of Northleach, 137

Cricklade (Wilts.), 97

Cripps, Giles, 73

Crispe:
-, Hen., 95
-, Thos., 95

Crochun:
-, (or Crocum), Adam, 263
-, Bertrand, 263
-, and see Crosson

Crompton, Thos., 173

Croome, Jas. Fielder, 56, 258

Croome, Hill (Worcs.), 129

crops (less usual), see flax; hemp; sainfoin; tobacco; watercress

Croscombe (Som.), 221

crosses, 10, 82, 110

Crosson:
-, John, 263
-, Wm., 263

Croupes (Scroupes):
-, Alice, m. 1 Thos. Baskerville, 2 Edm. Hakelyt, 3. Wm. Barndhurst, 237
-, Edm. de, 237
-, Hen. de, 237
-, Maud, 237, 240
-, Ric. de (d. c. 1204), 59, 237, 240
-, Ric. de (d. c. 1278), 237, 240, 242, 244
-, Ric. de (fl. 1310), 237
-, Ric. de (d. 1336, s. of preceding), 237
-, Rob. de, 237
-, family, 242, 247

Culmer:
-, John, 75–6
-, Thos., 75

Culpepper:
-, Sir Alex., 95
-, Sir Ant., 95, 97
-, Thos. (d. 1541), 95
-, Thos. (fl. 1551), 95, 97

Cummings, J. E. M., 254

Cunard:
-, Beatrice, w. of Cyril Grant, m. 2 W. H. Curran, 13, 148
-, Cyril Grant, 13, 146–9, 154

Cure, Capel, 35–6

Curran:
-, Beatrice, see Cunard
-, W. H., 13, 148

Curtis, Wm., 36

Cutts, J. E. K., 19, 153

D.

Dagworth:
-, Eleanor, see Butler
-, Thos., 12

Damory, Rog., 197

Daniels, Giles, 225

Danvers, Hen., Lord Danvers, 210 n

Darby, Geo., rector of Coln Rogers, 28

Daubeny, Edw. And., rector of Hampnett with Stowell, 89–90

Daukes, S. W., 28–9

Dauntesey:
-, Bridget, m. Hugh Hyde, 195
-, Cath., see Twyniho
-, John, 195, 204

David, Edw. ap, rector of Hampnett, 89

Davies-Evans, D. W. C., 34

Davis:
-, Joan, m. Ric. Herbert, 177
-, Ric., rector of Shipton Oliffe, 204
-, and see Stratton-Davis

Dawes, R. J., curate of Salperton, 165

Day:
-, Chas., 77
-, Thos., 270
-, family, 113, 130

Dean, Giles, 208

Dee, Sir Hen., 34

Deepdene, see Dorking

Deerhurst:
-, Apperley, 96
-, Wightfield, 261

Denbighshire, see Ruthin

Denebeorht, bishop of Worcester, 173

Denham:
-, Anne, see Cotton
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Arden Price, 238–9
-, Sir John, 174, 238

Denley:
-, Thos., 53
-, family, 182

Dennis, Maurice, 197–8

Derby, earls of, see Lancaster, Hen. of; Stanley, Jas.

deserted and shrunken settlements, 5–6, 11, 15, 33, 47, 71, 82, 115–17, 168, 172, 179, 192, 209, 236, 255–7; Plates 40–1

Despenser:
-, Adam le, 33
-, Edw. le, 237
-, Eliz., 237
-, Isabel, m. 1 Ric. Beauchamp, earl of Worcester, 2 Ric. Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, 238
-, Ric. le, 237, 244
-, Thos. le, earl of Gloucester, 238

Devereux:
-, Rob., earl of Essex, 173
-, Wal., Lord Ferrers, 12

Dewey, Wm., 225–6, 227

dewponds. maintenance of, 17

Dickins, Wm., rector of Notgrove, 153–4

Dingley:
-, Jas., 121
-, Joan, see Moore
-, Wm., 121

Dix, John, 242

Dobson, Bart., rector of Hazleton, 103–4

Dodd, Ant., 23

Dodwell:
-, Anne, 175
-, Eliz., see Rogers
-, Mary, m. Thos. Tracy, 57, 175, 244, 247–8
-, Paul, 57, 65, 175, 265
-, Ralph, 175
-, Sir Wm., 167, 169, 172, 175–6, 184, 186

Dorking (Surr.), Deepdene in, 6, 13, 35, 84

Dormer:
-, Sir Fleetwood, 264
-, Katherine, 264

Dorset, see Bryanston

Dowdeswell:
-, Agnes, w. of Rob., m. 2 Thos. de Teye, 51
-, John of (fl. 1248), 51
-, John of (d. c. 1306), rector of Dowdeswell, 66
-, John of (fl. 1346), 51
-, Maud, 51
-, Ralph of, 193, 203
-, Rob. of, 51
-, Thos. of, 51
-, Wm. of (fl. late 12th cent.), 51, 59–60
-, Wm. of (fl. 1285, 1306), 51, 65

Dowdeswell, 1, 5, 42–69, 109, 240, 245, 253, 273
-, advowson, 65
-, agriculture, 60–2, 270
-, boundaries, 43, 45, 249
-, Castle Barn farm, 47, 52, 61–2
-, charities, 69
-, church, 46, 65–8, 164, 203, 274; Plate 17
-, Cold Comfort, 43, 45, 61, 64, 249, 251
-, inn (and farm), 47, 50, 54, 61
-, court, 3, 51, 64
-, domestic architecture, 46–50, 52–8, 60, 66; Plates 27–8
-, Dowdeswell Court (formerly Upper House), 44, 46, 52–4, 60–2
-, Dowdeswell House (formerly Lower House), 46, 60–1, 65, 67
-, Eight Gabled House, 46, 52–3; Plates 27–8
-, farms, 61–2
-, fields, 61
-, friendly society, 50
-, Garricks Head, 45, 49–50, 62, 252, 259
-, Home farm, 46, 52–3, 61; Plates 17, 24
-, inclosure, 7, 61
-, inns, 48–50, 62
-, Kilkenny, 43, 45, 50, 62–3, 249, 251, 259
-, Lower House, see Dowdeswell, Dowdeswell House
-, manors, 6, 13, 43–4, 46, 48, 50–62, 64–5, 67, 69, 249, 259
-, manor house, see Dowdeswell, Dowdeswell Court; Dowdeswell, Home farm
-, mills, 62
-, parish officers, 64–5
-, parks, 44, 54
-, Pegglesworth, 1, 3, 43, 47, 59, 64, 66, 259; Plate 2
-, agriculture, 7, 62
-, estate, 44, 47, 51, 55–6, 65–6, 258
-, poor relief, 65
-, population, 45
-, rectors, 56, 65–7; and see Baker, Wm.; Coxwell, Chas.; Driver, Wm.; Rogers, John; Stone, Jos.
-, rectory, 65–6
-, rectory house, 46, 66
-, reservoir, 4, 43–4, 52, 62
-, roads, 5, 45–6, 190, 235
-, Rossley (formerly in Withington), 43, 59–61, 249, 268
-, Rossley Manor, 60
-, Sandywell Park estate, 48–9, 56–7, 61–3, 65, 173, 175, 234, 238, 240, 247, 265
-, house, 7, 47, 50, 53, 57–9, 67–9, 174, 237, 239, 241, 243, 246; Plate 4
-, park, 44, 46, 57–9, 234–5, 237
-, schools, 68–9, 247
-, settlement, 42, 46–8
-, Temple Dowdeswell, 59, 64, 240
-, tithes, 65–6
-, trades, 62–4
-, Upper Dowdeswell, 47, 59, 69
-, estate, 47, 50, 52, 54, 59, 61–2, 64–5, 67–8, 197, 250, 257, 267
-, Upper Dowdeswell Manor, 7, 44, 54–5
-, Upper House, see Dowdeswell, Dowdeswell Court
-, woodland, 4, 44, 52, 62, 119, 250
-, Woodlands farm, 44, 47, 52, 54, 61–2
-, see also Andoversford

Downing, Edm., 85

Dowty Group(firm), 176

Doyley:
-, Sir John, 13
-, Mary, 13
-, Rebecca, see Carter
-, Rob., 220, 226
-, Susanna, m. Wm. Newcome, 13
-, Sir Thos., 13

Draper, Geo., 233

Drew son of Pons, 12

Driver:
-, Giles, 268
-, Wm., rector of Dowdeswell, 65–6

Droitwich (Worcs.), 4, 45, 82, 92, 106, 155, 191, 208

Drokenesford, John of, 73

Drury, Drew, 85

Dudley, John, earl of Warwick, 59

Dunce (or Wolgrave), John, rector of Hazleton 103

Dunne (fl. late 7th cent.), 259

Dunrossil, Viscount, see Morrison, W. S.

Duntisbourne Rouse, 222

Durham, 105

Dutton:
-, Jas. (d. 1820), Lord Sherborne, 7, 115, 117, 125–6, 227
-, Jas. (d. 1883), Lord Sherborne, 142
-, Jas. Lenox, 121–2
-, John (d. 1657), 55, 65, 70, 107, 142–3, 197, 223–4
-, Sir John (d. 1743), 70, 107, 121–2, 125
-, John (d. 1862), Lord Sherborne, 111, 113, 127, 142
-, John Lenox, 121–2
-, Sir Ralph, 124, 140
-, Thos. (d. 1581), 111, 118, 120–1, 129, 137
-, Thos. (d. 1615), 144, 223
-, Wm. (d. 1618), 55, 66, 111, 120–1, 129, 142, 144, 197, 223
-, family, 6–7, 121, 124, 132, 136, 139, 144, 174, 224

Dyer:
-, John, 158
-, Mary, 158
-, Wm., 37
-, family, 32–3, 37, 242

dyer, Rob. the, see Robert

E.

Eames, Eliz., 140

Earl, Wal., 97

Eastington, see Northleach

Eastington (nr. Stonehouse), 19

Eastleach Martin, 225

Eastleach Turville, 28–9

Eaton, Wm. of, 72, 78

Eaton Hastings (Berks.), 72

Ebeid, A., 56

Ebsworth, John, 243

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 23–4, 36, 39–41, 79, 260, 271, 273

Edgeley, Wm., 142

Edgeworth, 104

Edington, Wm. of, bishop of Winchester, 73

Edington (Wilts.), monastery of, 6, 73, 76

Edmunds, Ric., vicar of Turkdean, 231

Edward the Confessor, 83

Edward IV, 95, 152

Edwards, Thos., 230

Edwy (fl. 1066), 194, 197

Egham (Surr.), 238

Eldred, archbishop of York and bishop of Worcester, 83, 120

Eldon, earls of, 216; and see Scott, John (two of the name)

Eleanor (of Castile), w. of Edward I, 79

Elizabeth I, 120, 239

Elkstone, 107

Ellerton, Edw., curate of Sevenhampton, 185

Elliott (Eliot):
-, Joshua, vicar of Cold Aston, 19
-, Lawr. Wm., rector of Shipton, 206
-, Sam., vicar of Cold Aston, 19

Elmbridge:
-, Adam of, 193
-, Steph. of, 193

Elmbridge Court, see Hucclecote

Elmley Lovett (Worcs.), 13

Elwell, see Withington

Elwes:
-, Eliz., see Raleigh
-, Hen., 265, 267, 271
-, Hen. John, 250, 252, 271
-, Sir John (fl. 1698), 265
-, John (d. 1817), 265, 267
-, J. H., 258
-, John Meggot, 267
-, Major (fl. 1750), 265
-, family, 250, 264

Environment Agency, 44

Enworth, see Yanworth

Erith, Raymond, 220

Eschelling (or Eskelling), John, see Shilling

Essex, earls of, see Devereux, Rob.; Geoffrey son of Peter

Essex, see Bobbingworth; Kelvedon

Ethelmund son of Ingold, 120

Ethelbald, king of Mercia, 12, 147

Ethelred, king of Mercia, 259

Eustace, count of Boulogne, 95

Evans:
-, Athur Benoni, rector of Coln Rogers, 29
-, Lucy, see Fieldhouse
-, Wm., 154
-, and see Davies-Evans

Evans-Lawrence:
-, Katharine, see Lawrence
-, Stephanie, 238, 240, 244

Evesham (Worcs.), 104, 218
-, abbey, 182

Ewelme (Oxon.), honor of, 220, 229

Eynsham abbey (Oxon.), 66, 75

F.

Fachel:
-, John (fl. early 14th cent.), 210
-, John (grds. of preceding), 210

Fairford, 21, 23, 51, 141

fairs, see Northleach; Whittington

Falaise (Calvados), 23

Falconer, Peter, 232

Fane, Thos., earl of Westmorland, 159

Farmcote, 12

Farmington (formerly Thormarton), 1, 5, 8, 69–81, 121–2, 140
-, advowson, 73, 79
-, agriculture, 76–7, 127
-, Bedwell farm, 72–3, 76–7
-, boundaries, 69
-, charity, 81, 233
-, church, 71, 79–80, 88, 135; Plate 37
-, commons, 76
-, court, 3, 78
-, domestic architecture, 71–2, 74
-, Farmington Lodge, 71, 73–4; Plate 10
-, estate, 73, 77, 121–3, 127
-, farms, 71–2, 77
-, fields, 5, 76–7
-, green, 71
-, inclosure, 7, 71, 76–7, 79
-, inn, 72
-, manor, 6, 70–81, 96, 120, 123, 210, 221
-, manor house, see Farmington, Farmington Lodge
-, Muttones Court, 71, 74
-, New Barn farm (and inn), 70, 72–3, 77, 108
-, nonconformity, 80
-, parish officers, 78
-, poor relief, 78–9
-, population, 70
-, rectors, 70, 76, 79–80; see also Smith, Humph.; Waller, Hen.
-, rectory, 79
-, rectory house, 71, 79
-, roads, 70, 107, 218
-, schools, 71, 80
-, settlement, 70–2
-, tithes, 76, 79
-, trades, 4, 78
-, Wales End, 71, 76–7, 80
-, woodland, 70, 76
-, see also Lodge park

Fawkes:
-, Wm. (d. 1589), 160
-, Wm. (fl. 1625), 160

Fegan:
-, John Festus, 264, 278
-, Maria, see Ansell

Ferrers, Lord, see Devereux, Wal.

Ferrers family, 261

Fettiplace, Chas., 264

field sports, see fox hunting; shooting

Fieldhouse:
-, Ernest Francis, 8, 193, 196, 203, 204, 207–8, 259
-, Evelyn May, 204
-, Lucy, m. — Evans, 204
-, Wm. John, 196, 203

Fielding:
-, Chas., 254, 266, 278
-, Edw., 266
-, Hannah, see Lawrence
-, Mary, 266
-, Rob., 254, 266, 278
-, family, 268, 272

Fiennes, Edw., Lord Clinton and Saye, 197

Fifhyde, Ric., 75

Filkins (Oxon.), 23

fisheries, see Aston, Cold; Coln Rogers; Withington

Fishpool, Rog., 75

flax, crop of, 163, 183
-, flax mill, 7, 163, 183

Fleming:
-, Fergus, 224
-, Ric. Evelyn, 224

Fletcher:
-, Geo. (fl. 1791), 202
-, Geo. (d. 1881), 192–3, 194, 201
-, Sarah Anne, 208
-, W. B., 11, 17
-, Wm. Hinton, 194
-, family, 7, 192, 201
-, and see Tayler

Flintshire, see Northop

Forrest:
-, Chas., 56
-, Geo., 56

Forster, Henry Brooks, vicar of Coln Rogers, 28–9

Fortey:
-, Agnes, see Scors
-, John, 114 n, 128, 139–40
-, Thos., 128, 140

Forth, John Dodington, 265

Foss way, 3–5, 10, 21, 70, 81–2, 106–8, 208–9, 217

Fossebridge, in Chedworth, Coln Rogers, and Coln St. Dennis, 21, 26, 209

Fowler, C. Hodgson, 105, 216

fox hunting, 4, 7, 47, 49, 77, 92, 118, 145, 189

Foxcote:
-, John of, 222
-, Ric. of, 222

Foxcote, see Withington

Frampton on Severn, 84

France, see Arras; Béthune; Calais; Falaise

franchises, see bread and ale, assize of; gallows; pillory; tumbrel; vee de naam, pleas of; writs, return of

Freeman:
-, Hen., 158
-, Thos., 14
-, Wal., 96
-, family, 268

freeman, Hen. the, see Henry

Frenchay, see Bristol

Friend, Rodrick, 154

Frogmarsh, see Shipton

Frogmill, see Shipton

Frome, Canon (Herefs.), 66

Fulford, see Withington

Fulljames & Waller (firm), 205

Fyfield:
-, John, 75
-, Thos., 74–5
-, family, 78

G.

Gainsborough, earl of, see Noel, Ant.

gallows, 229, 273

Gardner, John, 56

Garnons:
-, Anna, 267
-, Peter, 267

Garricks Head, see Dowdeswell

Gayton:
-, Rob. of, 97
-, Wal. of, 95–7

Gayton (Northants.), 95

Gaze:
-, A. T., 13
-, Lawr., rector of Coln Rogers, 28

Gemmell, D. S., 178

Geoffrey (fl. 1086), 193, 197, 223

Geoffrey, John s. of, see John

Geoffrey son of Peter, earl of Essex, 148

George V, 119

Gernon:
-, Wm. (fl. 1400), 51
-, Wm. (d. 1461), 51
-, Wm. (d. by 1479), 51
-, Wm. (s. of preceding), 51

Gibbins, Wm., 175

Gibbs:
-, J. A., 154
-, S. V., 154

Giffard:
-, Alice, 147
-, Godfrey, bishop of Worcester, 260, 274
-, Osbert, 73

Gilbert, Elizabeth, m. Baily Rich, 197

Gilby, F. D., rector of Whittington, 245

Gilman, John, rector of Withington, 276, 278

Gimson, Ernest, 176

Gloucester:
-, Durand of, 175, 194, 200
-, John of, 154
-, Miles of, earl of Hereford, 194
-, Rog. of, 21, 23, 26–7

Gloucester, bishops of, 68, 123, 199
-, as patron, 39, 79, 88, 102, 135, 137, 152, 164, 184, 201, 230, 244, 274
-, see also Bullingham, John; Ryder, Hen.

Gloucester, earls of, see Despenser, Thos. le; William

Gloucester, 25, 29, 50, 78, 108, 120, 124, 130, 137, 182, 204
-, abbey, 28, 135, 137
-, as lord of Northleach borough, 3, 5, 110–11, 131–3
-, churches and tithes held by, 27, 123, 135, 140, 198–9
-, estates, 6, 21, 23–7, 85, 96–7, 106, 120–5, 127
-, bellfounders, 30, 41, 186, 277
-, cathedral:
-, dean, 29
-, dean and chapter, 23–4, 27–8, 30, 102, 260
-, prebendary, 276
-, diocese, chancellor of, 267
-, infirmary, 244, 279
-, Llanthony priory, 185
-, estates, 3, 84, 114, 123, 167, 175–9, 182, 184, 198, 223–4, 226–7
-, M.P., 84
-, named as an address, 13, 34, 57, 80, 88, 159, 199, 222, 254
-, roads to, 4–5, 10, 45–6, 48, 50, 70, 82, 92–3, 107–8, 146, 157, 170, 190–2, 235, 251–2
-, St. Oswald's priory, 13–15, 31, 33, 35–6, 39–41, 175, 197–8, 200
-, schools, 13, 29

Gloucestershire:
-, county council, 57, 117, 126
-, lord lieutenant, 211
-, M.P.s, 57, 211, 261

Goda (or Godgifu) (d. 1057), 95–6

Goddard:
-, Edw., 177, 198
-, John, 198

Godstow abbey (Oxon.), 14, 74–5, 222

Godwin, Earl, 83

Golby, Thos., 130

Goldney:
-, Caroline, see Rice
-, Sam., 121

Goodwin, see Colquitt-Craven, Goodwin Chas.

Gordon:
-, Anna, w. of Wm., later of J. B. Burland, 56
-, Rob., 56
-, Wm., 56

Gore-Langton, W. H., 165

Gotherington, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Gothurst, see Chedworth

Goudhurst (Kent), 95

Graham, Thos. Hodges, 264

Grandigall, Reynold de, 85

Grange Park(Hants), 275

Granger, Thos. Colpitts, 223

Grayhurst:
-, John (fl. 1714), 75
-, John (fl. 1762), 75
-, Wm., 75

Great Western railway, 46, 108

Greensty, see Withington

Greenway, H. A., 34

Gresson, R. H. A., 192–4

Greville, Wm., 127

Grey:
-, Joan, 222
-, Reg., 222

Greyndour, John, 244

Grisdale, Benj., rector of Withington, 259

Grobham:
-, Geo., 34, 97
-, Margaret, 34, 97
-, Sir Ric., 34, 97

Guînes, Rob. of, 95

Guise:
-, Anselm, 210
-, Eleanor, see Vampage
-, John (fl. mid 16th cent.), 266
-, Sir John (d. 1794), 253

Guiting, Temple, 130, 279
-, court, 59, 64, 164, 203
-, manor, 51, 55–6, 59, 61, 160, 196–7, 263

Guiting Power, 163

Gundulf (fl. 1086), 196

Gunther, Reg. Julius, 8, 250, 254, 260–1

Gwinnett, Theodore, 175

H.

Hacket, Thos., rector of Whittington, 245

Hailes abbey, 68, 169

Hakelyt:
-, Alice, see Croupes
-, Edm., 237

Hales, Steph., 177

Hall:
-, Sir Alex., 238
-, Alex. (s. of preceding), 238
-, Appolina, see Cotton
-, John (fl. 1355), 96–7
-, John (fl. 1529), 84
-, Ric., 96
-, Rob. (fl. 1275), 96
-, Rob. (d. 1505), 96
-, Sarah, m. 1 John Hampson, 2 Hen. Bubb, 56
-, Thos., 96
-, Wm. (fl. 1466), 96
-, Wm. (fl. 1505), 96
-, Wm. (d. 1872), 56
-, family, 97

Hamilton:
-, Jane, see Bannister
-, John, 221
-, J. R., 28–9
-, and see Baillie-Hamilton

Hamilton-Stubber, Rob., 196

Hammond, Ralph, 127

Hampen, in Compton Abdale, Sevenhampton, and Shipton, 1, 7–8, 157, 163, 166, 170, 184, 186, 189–90, 207
-, agriculture, 163, 180–1, 199–202
-, commons, 180–1, 200–1
-, flax mill, 163, 171, 183
-, Lower Hampen, 189, 192, 199, 204 Hampen Manor, 192, 198
-, manor, 197–9, 201
-, Upper Hampen, 31, 39, 189, 192, 199
-, estates, 16, 159, 175, 177, 180, 198, 201
-, Hampen House, 193, 198
-, settlement, 171, 192–3

Hampnett, 1, 35, 81–91, 106, 118–19, 122, 141–4, 220; Plate 16
-, advowson, 83–4, 88
-, agriculture, 86–7
-, church, 79, 82, 88–90, 102, 135, 208, 215–16; Plate 35
-, commons, 86
-, court, 3, 87
-, domestic architecture, 11, 82–3, 85; Plates 22–3
-, farms, 7, 86–7
-, fields, 86
-, green, 81–2, 86
-, Hampnett Manor, 83, 85–7
-, inclosure, 81, 86
-, manor, 13, 83–8, 211
-, manor house, 83, 85
-, mill, 87
-, nonconformity, 90
-, parish officers, 87
-, poor relief, 87–8
-, population, 81
-, rectors, 86, 88–91; and see Atkinson, Brian; Bracegirdle, Edm.; Hughes, Simon
-, rectory, 88
-, rectory house, 83, 88
-, roads, 81–2, 107–8, 218
-, schools, 82, 90–1, 217, 233
-, settlement, 82–3
-, tithes, 86, 88
-, trades, 87
-, woodland, 81

Hampshire, 231; and see Andover; Grange Park; Winchester

Hampson:
-, John, 56
-, Sarah, see Hall

Hancocks (or Augustine), John, rector of Shipton Oliffe, 204

Handy:
-, Avery, 201
-, Caroline, 197
-, Edw., 201
-, John, 214
-, John Aubrey, 85–7
-, Mary, 208
-, Thos. (d. 1871), 192, 197, 201, 207
-, Thos. (d. 1898), 197–8, 201
-, Thos. (d. 1949), 197
-, T. R., 197–8
-, family, 7, 201–2

Hangman's Stone, 3, 83, 87, 209

Hanley, John, curate of Sevenhampton, 185

Hanson, E. C., rector of Shipton, 207

Harby, John, 66

Harcourt:
-, Agnes, see Limerick
-, Eliz., see Bannister
-, Ric. (d. 1513), 84
-, Ric. (fl. 1725), 221
-, Sir Rob., 84, 211

Hardwicke, 120

Haresfield, John, 210

Haresfield, 34

Harewell, Edm., 266

Harman:
-, Edm., 264
-, and see King Harman

Harper:
-, Henrietta, see Rice
-, Jevon, 121

Harris, Mr. (fl. late 17th cent.), 55–6

Hart, see Heart

Harter:
-, Frances, 158–9
-, F. J. C. H., 159, 166, 198
-, G. L. F., 96, 158–60
-, family, 158, 166

Harthill, John, 14

Harvey, Wm., 68

Hastings:
-, Joan, m. Benet of Blakenham, 73
-, John of (d. by 1221), 72, 78
-, John of (fl. 1273), 158
-, Muriel, 72
-, Ralph of, 72
-, Wm. of (d. c. 1224), 73
-, Wm. of (d. c. 1278), 73–4, 210

Haverfordwest (Pemb.), 79

Hawkins:
-, Thos., 36
-, Wm. (fl. 1423, 1443), 36
-, Wm. (fl. 1442, another), 33

Hawling, 68, 95, 97, 157, 165, 169, 173, 184–5, 244

Hayley:
-, Geo., 56
-, Mary, see Storke

Hayward, John, rector of Withington, 274–7, 279

hazel, Rob. of the, 85
-, Alice, his w., 85

Hazleton:
-, John of, 97
-, Wal. of, 95, 97

Hazleton, 1, 8, 14, 73, 91–106, 109, 164
-, advowson, 102
-, agriculture, 97–100
-, boundaries, 91, 155
-, charities, 94
-, church, 39, 93, 102–4, 164, 203, 274
-, commons, 98
-, court, 3, 101
-, domestic architecture, 93, 103
-, farms, 98
-, fields, 98
-, friendly societies, 95
-, inclosure, 98
-, inn, 94–5, 100
-, Manor farm, 93, 96, 98, 100, 105
-, manors, 6, 92, 94–8, 100, 221
-, mills, 94, 100
-, nonconformity, 105
-, parish officers, 101
-, poor relief, 101
-, population, 92
-, Priory farm, 93, 96, 98
-, reading room, 93, 95
-, rectors, 98, 101–5; and see Bede, Wal.; Waller, Hen.
-, rectory, 98, 102–3
-, rectory house, 93, 103
-, roads, 92–3, 157, 218
-, schools, 91, 94–5, 105
-, settlement, 93–4
-, tithes, 98–9, 102
-, trades, 100
-, woodland, 91–2
-, see also Yanworth

Headda (fl. 8th cent.), 43, 50

Headington (Oxon.), 260

Healing and Overbury (firm), 55, 239

Heart (Hart):
-, And., 56
-, Betty, 35
-, Cath. (fl. 1779), 35
-, Cath. (fl. 1924), 56
-, John (d. 1763), 34–5
-, John (d. 1779), 35
-, Mary Sophia, 35
-, Ric., 143
-, Thos., 35

Heath:
-, Eliz., 263
-, Jas., 77, 113
-, John, 263
-, Heath & Co., 108
-, family, 113

Heber-Percy, Cyril, 196

hemp, 183

Hendley, Rob., 80

Henry, Wm. s. of, see William

Henry IV, see Lancaster, Hen. of

Henry the freeman, 123

Herbert:
-, Joan, see Davis
-, Ric., 177

Hereford:
-, Eliz., see Butler
-, Ilbert of, 83
-, Mahel of, 223
-, Olive of (w. of John of Shipton), 193, 203
-, Rob. of, 12

Hereford, bishops of, 3, 6, 167, 174–5, 177–9, 182–3; and see Bethune, Rob. de; Breuse, Giles de; Swinfield, Ric.; Wulfheard

Hereford, earls of, 59; and see Bohun, Humph. de (three of the name); Gloucester, Miles of

Hereford cathedral:
-, dean, 176, 181
-, precentor, 176, 181

Herefordshire, see Frome, Canon; Hereford cathedral; Lugwardine

Herlwin, Baldwin s. of, see Baldwin

Hertfordshire, see St. Albans; Watford

Hewer:
-, Geo., 224
-, (formerly Radbourne), Wm. (d. 1846), 224
-, Wm. (fl. 1861), 126
-, family, 7

Heydon:
-, Anne, see Twyniho
-, Edw., 195, 199–200
-, Francis (d. 1606), 160, 195–6, 199, 204, 266
-, Francis (grds. of preceding), 195
-, Hen., 160, 195, 197, 204, 266
-, Mary, 195, 204
-, Ric. (fl. early 16th cent.), 240
-, Ric. (fl. 1563), 160
-, Rob. (d. 1647), 195, 204
-, Rob. (d. 1668), 196, 240
-, Susanna, w. of Rob. (d. 1647), m. 2 Geo. Leigh, 3 Wm. Stratford, 195
-, Susanna, m. Wm. Peachey, 196
-, Thos., 160

Hibbert (Hibberd):
-, Hen., 61
-, Ric., 67 n

Hicks, Wm., rector of Whittington, 245

Hicks Beach:
-, Mic., 23
-, (later Beach), Wm., 22–3

Higford:
-, Dorothy, see Rogers
-, John, 51
-, Wm., 51 n
-, family, 60

Higgs:
-, J. C. P., 165
-, Wm., 266

Highnam, see Churcham

Highworth (Wilts.), 198

Hilcot, see Withington

Hilcot brook, 249, 252, 257, 269

Hill:
-, Eliz., 51
-, John (fl. 1310), rector of Whittington, 245
-, John (fl. 1608), 243
-, Rob., 51
-, Sir Thos., 51

Hillier:
-, Caleb, 267
-, Ric., 267
-, Sarah, m. Joshua Parry, 267
-, Susanna, w. of Wm., 267
-, Susanna (dau. of Caleb), 267
-, Wm. (d. 1750), 266–7
-, Wm. (d. 1768), 267

Hilton:
-, Anne, 263
-, Ric., 263

Hincksman:
-, Eliz., see Chandler
-, Jas., 178
-, John (d. 1774). 178
-, John(d. 1828), 171, 178, 181
-, Jos. (d. 1683), 177–8
-, Jos. (d. 1740), 178
-, Margaret, 178
-, family, 186

Hitch, Sam., 57–9, 241

Hitchins, J., 60

Hodgkins, Ant., 14

Hodson:
-, Gilb., vicar of Turkdean, 231
-, Thos., vicar of Northleach, 137

Holmes, Jas., curate of Compton Abdale, 40

Holt, Chas., 88

Hope:
-, Anne Adele, 84, 86, 90
-, Hen. Thos., 11, 13, 20, 41, 84
-, Thos., 35, 84
-, family, 16, 37, 83
-, and see Pelham-Clinton-Hope

Horne:
-, Amy (or Anne), 211
-, Edm., 84, 211
-, Eliz., see Tame
-, Eliz. (another), 211

Hornsby, Geo., vicar of Turkdean, 231

Horowde, Mr. (fl. 1551), 203

Horsenden (Bucks.), 239

Horsfall, E. D., 174

Horsley, Hen., see Miniken

Horsnaile, Chris., 68

Horton (Kent), 95

Hospitaller, Knights, 197, 198–9

Houghton family, 159

Howard:
-, Cath. (w. of Hen. VIII), 95
-, Chas., earl of Surrey, later duke of Norfolk, 122, 125
-, Frances, 122, 125
-, F. E., 140

Howe:
-, Annabella, 34. 217. 261
-, Bridget, see Rich
-, Hen. Fred., Lord Chedworth, 35, 211, 265, 277
-, Sir John (d. 1670), 34, 259–61, 269, 273, 277
-, John (d. 1742), Lord Chedworth, 34, 97, 211, 261, 277
-, John (d. 1804), Lord Chedworth, 35, 37, 84, 211, 265
-, John Grubham (d. by 1682), 34, 260–1
-, John Grubham (d. 1722), 84, 211, 216–17
-, John Thynne, Lord Chedworth, 211, 277
-, Mary, 34, 97, 261, 277
-, Sir Ric., 34, 97, 261, 263, 270
-, family, 6, 31, 86

Howse:
-, Wm., 221
-, family, 27

Hrothwaru (fl. 736 a.d.), 259

Hucclecote, Elmbridge Court in, 200

Huck, F. G., 196

Huddleston family, 47

Hugh (fl. 12th cent.), 223

Hughes:
-, Evan Thos., 96
-, Frideswide, 89
-, Hugh Trevor, 96
-, John, 35
-, Sam., 96
-, Simon, rector of Hampnett with Stowell, 89–90, 145
-, Thos. (fl. 1636, 1675), rector of Hampnett with Stowell, 89
-, Thos. (d. 1733), rector of Hampnett with Stowell, 89
-, family, 28–9, 90

Hulton:
-, Sir Edw., 158–60
-, family, 166

Humphris:
-, D. J., 187
-, Edm., 14
-, E. R., 187
-, John (fl. 1810), 14
-, John (fl. 1840), 93
-, Mary, 227
-, family, 98, 219–20

Huntley, Wadham, vicar of Cold Aston, 19

hurdle making, 4, 31, 131, 273

Hurlston, John, 206

Hurst:
-, Ambrose, vicar of Cold Aston, 19
-, Hen., 14

Hwicce, the, 12, 50, 147
-, under-king of, see Oshere,

Hyde:
-, Bridget, see Dauntesey
-, Hugh, 195

Hyett (Hyatt):
-, Benj. Thos., 181
-, Rob., 225
-, Thos., 173
-, Wm., 225

I.

Iffley (Oxon.), 225

Iles:
-, Edw., vicar of Cold Aston and curate of Salperton, 19–20, 165
-, Geo., 114
-, family, 241

Illingworth, Geo., vicar of Turkdean, 231

Independents, 30

industries, trades, and professions, see architects; attorneys; auctioneers; banks; bellfounders; bone mill; breweries; brick-making; clogmaking; clothmaking; coal merchants; corn merchants; flax mill; hurdle making; lime burning; mills; quarries; racehorse training; sugar beet factory; surgeons; threshing machines; windmills; wool trade

Ingold, Ethelmund s. of, see Ethelmund

Ingram, Jas., rector of Whittington, 245, 247

Ipswich (Suff.), 211

Ireland, see Allenstown

Italy, merchants of, 127

Ivry, Rog. d', 33, 83, 86, 88

J.

Jackson, Thos., rector of Farmington, 80

James, John, vicar of Cold Aston, 19

Jeffery:
-, Mary, see Storke
-, Patrick, 56

Jenkins:
-, Elisabeth, 85
-, Steph., 85

Jewson, Norman, 192, 194, 258

John, King, 83

John son of Geoffrey, 147, 152
-, Ric., his son, 152

John the knight, 99

Johnston, W. H., 228

Jones:
-, Eliz., m. Sam. Storke, 56
-, Frances, m. Ric. Lumley, 73
-, Francis, 35
-, Sir Hen., 73
-, Hen. Prowse, rector of Hazleton, 103–4
-, Jane, 73
-, Lewis, 231
-, Mary, 56
-, Nic., rector of Farmington, 79
-, Rice, 73
-, Ric., rector of Shipton Oliffe, 204
-, Sarah, see Ridler
-, Wm., 56

Jordan, rector of Shipton Oliffe, 203

Jordan:
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Washington, 174
-, Francis, 174
-, Hannah, m. Thos. Carter, 174
-, John, 174
-, Sarah, m. 1 Edw. Ansell, 2 Wm.
-, Marshall, 264

Joynes:
-, Anna, 81
-, Caleb, 78, 80
-, Steph., 78

K.

Keble, Thos., 225

Kelvedon (Essex), 264

Kemble (Glos., formerly Wilts.), 56

Kempsey (Worcs.), 268

Kempthorne:
-, John, vicar of Northleach, 136–7
-, Sampson, 120

Kencot (Oxon.), 23

Kennedy:
-, Eliz., 55
-, Sir John, 55
-, R. D., 265

Kent, see Birchington; Goudhurst; Horton; Knowlton

Kershaw & Ganter (firm), 56

Kidlington (Oxon.), 75, 260

Kilkenny, see Dowdeswell

King, Wm., 111, 142–3

King Harman, Sir. C. A., 65

Kingston, Sir Ant., 23

Kirdford (Suss.), 196

Kirkham, Lionel, vicar of Northleach, 136

Kleinwort:
-, Sir C. H., 13, 148
-, Eliz., m. David Acland, 148, 154
-, Susanna, m. David Peake, 13

Knapp:
-, Geo., 260
-, Hen., 260, 270

Knight:
-, Anne, see Raleigh
-, Eliz., 225
-, Hannah, 225
-, John, 225
-, Susannah, 225
-, Wm., 265
-, Wm. H., 152, 277

knight, John the, see John

Knollys, Rob., rector of Hampnett, 89

Knowles:
-, Thos. (fl. 1581, 1610), rector of Withington, 276
-, Thos. (fl. early 18th cent.), 194

Knowlton (Kent), 222

L.

Lait, Maurice, 23, 26

Lambert, John, rector of Shipton Solers, 206

Lancashire, 273

Lancaster:
-, Hen. of, earl of Derby (later Henry IV), 194
-, Mary, see Bohun

Lane:
-, Rob., 117, 126
-, Thos. (d. 1544), 197–8
-, Thos. (s. of preceding), 197
-, Wm., 126

Langley:
-, Edm. of, 222
-, Emme, w. of Geof. (d. 1297), m. 2 John Sevare, 222
-, Geof. of (d. 1274), 222
-, Geof. of (d. 1297), 222
-, Isabel, see Pole
-, John (d. 1458), 222
-, John (d. 1518), 222
-, Maud, see Brightwell
-, Rob. of, 222
-, Wal., 222
-, Wm., 222

Langton, see Gore-Langton

Latham, Ralph, 51

Latter Day Saints (Mormons), 41

Latton (Wilts.), 162

Launder, Wm., vicar of Northleach, 140

Lawrence:
-, Agatha, 50, 186
-, Anne, m. Thos. Ludlow, 173
-, Ant. (d. 1645), 173
-, Ant. (d. 1717), 173, 177
-, Ant. Cocks, rector of Whittington, 237, 245
-, Christian Wm., 57, 67, 173, 184, 240, 244
-, Edm. (fl. 1552), 265
-, Edm. (fl. 1637, 1647), 254, 266
-, Eleanor, w. of Rob., m. 2 — Sankey, 173–4
-, Eliz., 263
-, Hannah, m. Rob. Fielding, 254, 266
-, John (d. 1568), rector of Farmington and of Withington, 79, 276
-, John (d. 1808), curate of Salperton and of Sevenhampton, 165, 184–6
-, (later Evans-Lawrence), Katharine, 57, 173, 238, 240
-, Margaret, 263
-, Mary (d. 1717), 186
-, Mary, see Rich
-, Mary, m. Carew Williams, 173
-, Mary, m. Wm. Morris, 173
-, Mary, w. of Wal. Lawr., 57, 173
-, Ric. (d. 1576), 263
-, Ric. (fl. 1589), 265
-, Ric. (d. 1617, ? another), 263, 276
-, Rob. (fl. 1549), 263
-, Rob. (d. 1584 or 1585, probably another), 173, 177–80, 191, 199
-, Rob. (fl. 1606), 173
-, Rob. (fl. 1612, another), 97
-, Rob. (d. 1644), 177, 266
-, Rob. (d. 1700), 173–4, 177
-, Rob. (fl. 1761), 54
-, Rob. (fl. 1779, ? same as preceding), 266
-, Thos., 97
-, Wal. (d. 1764), 173, 177, 184
-, Wal. (d. 1810), 173, 186
-, (formerly Morris), Wal. Lawr., 44, 57–9, 63, 173–5, 178, 181, 187, 234–5, 240, 244, 247
-, Wm. (fl. 1546), 265
-, Wm. (fl. 1550s, ? another), 98–9
-, Wm. (fl. 1585, 1606), 199
-, Wm. (fl. 1612, ? another), 97
-, Wm. (s. of preceding), 97
-, Wm. (d. 1682), 266
-, Wm. (d. 1697), 266
-, Wm. (d. 1820 or 1821), 266
-, Wm. Edw., 266
-, Wynnefrede, 173
-, Mr. (fl. 1710), 266
-, family, 6, 97, 173, 176–7, 181, 186–7, 237, 248, 255, 268–9, 272, 276

Leach, river, 4, 81–2, 106, 110, 119, 127

Lechlade, 39, 160
-, roads to, 4, 21, 45, 82, 92, 106, 155, 191, 208, 251

Leckhampton, 233

Lee, Sir Hen., 197

Leeds (Yorks. W.R.), 176

Leigh:
-, Eliz., 135
-, Geo., 195
-, Susanna, see Heydon

Leigh, 185

Lench, Church (Worcs.), 104

Leuric, Wm., 193, 203, 223, 226, 237, 240, 242

Leygore, see Turkdean

Lichfield and Coventry, bishop of, see Smallbrook, Ric.

Lightbourne:
-, Rebecca, see Timbrell
-, Thos., 57

Limbrick, Thos., 114

lime burning, 17, 87, 101, 151, 163, 182, 243

Limerick:
-, Agnes, m. 1 Wm. Tame, 2 Sir Rob. Harcourt, 3 Ric. Harcourt, 84, 211
-, Eliz., see Clifford
-, Joan, 210
-, Thos., 84, 210–11

Limesi:
-, Margery, m. Wal. Comyn, 158–9
-, Ralph de (d. by 1223), 158
-, Ralph de (s. of preceding), 158

Lincolnshire, see Barton on Humber

Littledean, 148

Llanthony priory, see Gloucester

Lloyd-Baker family, 120

Lodge (formerly New) park, in Sherborne, Aldsworth, Eastington, and Farmington, 7, 70, 73, 76, 107, 121, 124–5, 136

Loggan, Muriel, see Oldisworth

Lollardism, 103

London, 223, 275
-, bellfounders, 41, 140
-, merchants, 6, 121, 127–8
-, M.P., 148
-, named as an address, 24, 51–2, 75, 135, 165, 173
-, roads to, 5, 45–6, 48–9, 70, 93, 107–8, 190, 218, 251
-, stagecoach services, 46, 48

Longchamp:
-, Geof. de, 12–13, 19
-, Hugh de, 12

Longdon (Worcs.), 34

Longford:
-, Nic., 255
-, Thos., 187

Longworth (Berks.), 79

Lovering, Thos., 75

Lovesey, Wm., 86

Lowe (Low):
-, Jas., rector of Coln Rogers, 28
-, Rupert, 196
-, Thos., rector of Coln Rogers, 28

Lowndes, Edm. A. T., vicar of Compton Abdale and of Salperton, 40, 165

Ludlow:
-, Anne, see Lawrence
-, Thos., 173

Lugwardine (Herefs.), 276

Lumley:
-, Ric. (d. 1721), Lord Lumley, later earl of Scarbrough, 73, 76, 80
-, Ric. (d. 1740), Lord Lumley, later earl of Scarbrough, 73
-, Thos., 73

Lunant:
-, Constance, 198
-, Ric., 198

Luxmoore, John, rector of Coln Rogers, later bishop of Bristol, 29

Lygon:
-, Cath., see Tame
-, Lady Dorothy, 172
-, Geo., 23
-, Hen., 23
-, John, 263
-, Ric. (fl. 1577), 56–7
-, Ric. (fl 1596, 1609, ? another), 23
-, Rob., 23
-, Rog., 23, 27, 51
-, Wm., 56

Lysons, Sam., 252

M.

Maberly:
-, A. W., 88
-, and see Medland

MacArthur, John, 85–6

Mace:
-, Geo., rector of Shipton Oliffe, 204
-, Lawr., 33–4
-, Thos., 34

Maddy, Edwin Gilbert Hatherley, 32–4, 36, 40

Madge, W. H., 88

Makepeace, Chas., 202

Main:
-, F. W. D., 232
-, Judith, see Moss

Malvern, Great (Worcs.), 19
-, Little Malvern, priory, 14, 18, 152

Mansfield, Leslie, 254

Mantell, Matt., 225

Map, Yvette, 175

March, earls of, see Mortimer, Rog. (two of the name)

March, Wm., 173 n

Mare, Thos. de la, 265

markets, see Andoversford; Northleach; Whittington

Marmion:
-, Geof., 175
-, John, 175
-, Rob., 175
-, Wm., 175

Marris, A. D., 198

Marsh:
-, John, 264
-, Jos., 264
-, Wal., 265
-, Wm. (fl. 1209), 265
-, Wm. (d. c. 1302), 265

Marshall:
-, Edw., 277
-, Sarah, see Jordan
-, Wm., 264

Martel:
-, Adam (fl. 1285), 210
-, Adam (fl. 1307, 1322, another), 210
-, Adam (fl. 1343, another), 210
-, Cecily, 210
-, Ellen, 210
-, Geof., 210
-, Ric., 210

Martyrs' Memorial Trust, 65

Masek, V. A., 64

Massey:
-, Edw., 50
-, Hen., vicar of Turkdean, 230–1

Masters, G. E. F., curate of Sevenhampton, 187

Matson, 36

Maugersbury, see Stow-on-the-Wold

May:
-, Hugh, 174
-, family, 201

Mayall family, 35

McPherson, John Ewen, 95–6, 221

Mears:
-, C. & G., 217
-, Thos., 104
-, Messrs., 30
-, Mears and Stainbank (firm), 140, 207

Medland:
-, Jas., 105
-, Medland and Maberly (later Medland, Maberly, and Medland) (firm), 103–4

Meller:
-, John (fl. 1608), 130
-, John (fl. 1652), 122

Mellersh, Wm. P., curate of Compton Abdale and of Salperton, 40, 165, 206

Mercia, kings of, see Ethelbald; Ethelred; Offa

Methodists:
-, Primitive, 41, 68, 141, 208
-, Wesleyan, 68, 105, 141–2, 186, 208, 233, 247, 277–8

Meyrick, Gelly, 173

Mickleton, 153

Midland and South Western Junction railway, 5, 46, 48, 63, 190–1, 252

Midwinter:
-, Agnes, 140
-, Alice, see Bush
-, Edm., 113
-, John (d. c. 1587), 122
-, John (fl. 1652), 122
-, John (d. 1749), 122
-, Steph., 122
-, Thos. (fl. 1516, 1541), 127
-, Thos. (fl. 1551, ? same as preceding), 113
-, Wm. (d. 1501), 113, 128, 140
-, Wm. (fl. 1580), 122
-, Wm. (fl. 1580, another), 122
-, Wm. (d. 1736), 122
-, family, 127

Miles:
-, Jas., 144
-, John, 113

Miller:
-, Chas., 72, 75
-, Eliz., 75
-, Fiennes Sanderson, 225
-, Jas., 143
-, John, 143
-, Sanderson, 225
-, Susannah, see Trotman

Millington:
-, John (d. by 1784), 22, 26
-, John (d. 1817), 22
-, family, 29

mills, see Aston, Cold; bone mill; Coln Rogers; Compton, Cassey; Compton Abdale; Dowdeswell; flax mill; Hampnett; Hazleton; Northleach; Sevenhampton; Shipton, Frogmill; Stowell; Whittington; Whittington, Syreford; windmills; Withington; Yanworth

Milne:
-, W. G., 228
-, W. H., 221
-, family, 224–5

Milred, bishop of Worcester, 259

Minchin family, 98

Minety (Wilts.), 99

Miniken (later Horsley), Hen., vicar of Northleach, 136

Minster Lovell (Oxon.), 225

Mitchell (Michell):
-, Arthur, 175
-, Hester, 187
-, Jas., rector of Notgrove, 153–4
-, Lawr., 175
-, Sam., rector of Notgrove, 153–4
-, Steph., 176

Mitton:
-, Christine of, 74
-, (or Mutone), Nic. of (fl. c. 1180), 74
-, Nic. of (fl. 1285), 74
-, Phil. of, 74
-, family, 76

moated sites, 59, 235

Monmouth:
-, Baderon of, 197
-, Ric., 195

Monmouth, 197
-, priory, 197–9

Monmouthshire, see Monmouth; Newport

Monox, Thos., vicar of Northleach, 123, 137

Montague-Fuller:
-, Brian, 267
-, Sheila, w. of Brian, m. 2 J. R. R. Platt, 267

Moore:
-, Joan (or Jane), m. 1 Jas. Dingley, 2 Mic. Ashfield, 3
-, Thos. Parker, 73, 121, 123
-, P. C., 267

Moreton:
-, And., 84
-, Denise, 84
-, Gabriel, 137
-, John of (fl. 1317), 84
-, John of (s. of preceding), 84
-, Ric. of, rector of Hampnett, 89
-, (or Surrey), Rog. of, 84–5

Moreton-in-Marsh, 118

Moreton Pinkney (Northants.), 84

Morgan:
-, Anne, 217
-, Hen., vicar of Compton Abdale, 40–1

Morinus (fl. 1086), 263

Morley:
-, Cecily, 238
-, Mary, m. Jas. Stanley, 238
-, Sir Wm., 238

Mormons, see Latter Day Saints

Morrison, W. S., Viscount Dunrossil, 260

Morris:
-, Mary, see Lawrence
-, Wal. Lawr., see Lawrence
-, Wm. (d. 1834), 57, 173, 177, 181
-, see also Rogers Morris

Morse:
-, Edm., 24
-, John, 24
-, Justinian (fl. 1650), 24
-, Justinian (d. 1716 or 1717), 24
-, Justinian (fl. 1739), 24
-, Rob., 24
-, Thos., 24

Mortimer:
-, Edm., 85
-, Eleanor, see Breuse
-, Hugh de, 83
-, Maud, see Breuse
-, Rob. de, 193
-, Rog. (d. 1282), 85
-, Rog. (d. 1330), earl of March, 85
-, Rog. (d. 1360), earl of March, 85

Moss:
-, Arthur Edm., 218, 220, 224–5, 228, 232
-, Judith, m. F. W. D. Main, 224
-, Norah, 224

Moulder, Ric., 13

Moulton, Wm., 51

Mounslow, Ric., rector of Notgrove, 153

Mucegros:
-, Cecily, 261
-, John de, 261

Muntrith, John de, 85

Mustoe:
-, Herbert, 17
-, John, 17
-, Wilfred, 221, 229
-, Wm., 229
-, W. W., 228–9
-, family, 131, 228, 242

Mutone, Nic. of, see Mitton

Mynors:
-, Gilbert de, 23
-, Hen. de, 263
-, Rog. de, 263

N.

Nash, see Sevenhampton

Naunton, 10, 13, 20, 130, 146, 151, 154
-, Aylworth, 1, 14–15, 39, 109, 146, 184, 223, 226, 229

Neale:
-, Edw., 68, 232
-, Hen., 80

Necton, Ric., rector of Dowdeswell, 66

Nelthorpe:
-, Eliz., 223–4
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1729), 223, 227
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1746), 223
-, Sir John, 223

Netherlands, see Utrecht

Neville:
-, Anne, see Beauchamp
-, Ric., earl of Warwick, 152, 238
-, Ric. Janion, 244

New park, see Lodge park

Newcastle, duke of, see PelhamClinton-Hope, Hen. Francis Hope

Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumb.), 96

Newcome:
-, Maria, m. Mungo Hen. Noble, 13, 198
-, Susanna, see Doyley,
-, Wm., bishop of Waterford and Lismore, 13, 199

Newell, T. B., 206

Newman, Rob., 243

Newport (Mon.), 196

Nicholas:
-, Reg., 173–4, 182
-, S. E., 13
-, Thos., 174

Nicholas, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Nicholls, Isabella, 254, 270

Nicholson, John, 90

Noble:
-, Maria, see Newcome
-, (later Waller), Revd. Mungo Hen., 10–11, 13, 16, 198

Noel:
-, Ant., earl of Gainsborough, 260
-, Hon. Gerard, 260
-, Mary, 260

nonconformity, protestant, see Baptists; Congregationalists; Independents; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Salvation Army

Norfolk, duke of, see Howard, Chas.

Norman, Wm., 193

North-West Glos. water board, 52

Northamptonshire, see Gayton; Moreton Pinkney; Peterborough; Sutton, King's

Northleach with Eastington, 1, 3, 5, 8, 18, 73, 87, 106–45, 202
-, advowson, 88, 135
-, almshouses, 142–4, 223
-, boothall, see Northleach, market house
-, borough, 1, 106, 109–10, 120–5, 131–4
-, borough officers, 132–4
-, bailiff, 3, 119, 129–35, 142–4
-, boundaries, 81, 106, 110, 112
-, burgages, 109–10, 123, 132; Plate 15
-, chantries, 136–7, 139
-, charities, 134–5, 141–5 town charity trustees, 111, 113, 118, 121, 125, 127, 134, 141–5
-, church, 6, 78–9, 88, 108, 123, 128, 131, 134–40, 152, 215; frontispiece; Plate 31
-, Church farm, see Northleach, manor house
-, church house, 111, 142
-, Civil War incidents, 120
-, clubs and societies, 118–19
-, Coalyard farm, 115, 126, 131
-, College House, 114–15, 141
-, courts, 3, 111, 114, 120, 131–4, 142–3; Plate 42
-, domestic architecture, 111–15, 117, 122–3; Plate 26
-, East End, 109, 133
-, Eastington (or Northleach Foreign): agriculture, 123–7
-, Broadfield farm, 117, 126–7; Plate 19
-, chapel, 117, 136–7, 142
-, Cockthrop, 6, 115
-, commons, 110, 125, 127, 143
-, court, 121, 124, 132
-, Crickley Barrow (formerly Cottage) farm, 117, 123, 126–7
-, Eastington Manor, 117, 122; Plate 8
-, farms, 77, 126–7, 228
-, fields, 124
-, Hill House farm, 117, 126–7
-, inclosure, 7, 107, 115, 117, 123–6
-, Lower End, 117, 126–7, 136, 142; Plate 40
-, manor, 6, 85, 107, 115, 120–4, 127, 132, 139
-, Middle End, 117, 126–7
-, settlement, 115–17
-, Upper End (? formerly Great Upthrop), 117, 122
-, Upper End farm, 117, 122–3, 125–6
-, fairs, 130–1, 137
-, Foss End, see Northleach, West End
-, Great House (later Lamb and Sherborne Arms inns), 108, 111, 113, 129, 134, 142–3
-, Green, the, 110
-, guild (religious), 133, 137
-, hospitals, 119
-, inns, 111, 117–18, 130 Antelope, 110, 113, 120; Plate 26 Crown (later Tudor House), 114, 123; Plate 12
-, King's Head (later Walton House), 77, 108, 113, 115, 120, 130; Plate 13
-, Lamb, see Northleach, Great House
-, Sherborne Arms, see Northleach, Great House
-, manor, 69, 72, 79, 106, 120, 123, 127, 135, 209–10, 213–14
-, manor house and farm (Northleach or Church farm), 109, 114, 120–1, 124–7, 132, 136, 139, 142
-, market, 5–7, 109, 123, 127–31, 133, 143
-, market house (or boothall), 111, 131–2, 142–3
-, market place, 109–11, 131–2; Plate 15
-, Millend, 109–11, 127, 141–2, 144
-, mills, 78, 109, 121, 124, 127
-, named as an address, 14, 59, 73, 75, 97, 260, 267
-, nonconformity, 80, 90, 105, 140
-, Northleach Foreign, see Northleach, Eastington
-, parish council, 108, 118–19, 135
-, parish officers, 134–5
-, poor-law union, 7, 18, 27, 39, 65, 79, 88, 101, 120, 135, 164, 184, 203, 215, 230, 244, 273 workhouse, 120, 135
-, poor relief, 134–5, 143
-, population, 107
-, prison (of the borough), 133
-, prison (house of correction), 7, 81, 89, 106, 119–20, 131; Plate 14
-, public services, 119
-, rectory, 123, 125–6, 135–7
-, roads, 5, 10, 32, 45, 70, 82, 92–3, 107–8, 157, 169, 190, 235
-, bypass, 8, 70, 82, 87, 107–8, 115, 131
-, royal visits, 120, 129
-, rural district, 18, 27, 39, 65, 79, 88, 101–2, 108, 119–20, 135, 141, 152, 164, 184, 203, 215, 230, 244, 252, 273
-, housing, 33, 48, 113, 115, 147, 171, 210, 219, 236, 255
-, schools, 13, 91, 136, 141–3, 233
-, grammar school, 114–15, 119–20, 139, 141, 143
-, masters, 89, 104, 114–15, 137, 144, 231
-, settlement, 108–15
-, stagecoach services, 7, 106, 108, 111, 113, 130
-, streets, 109–10, 112
-, tithes, 123, 125, 136–7
-, trade and industry, 6, 17, 72, 78, 127–31, 136, 229
-, vicarage, 135–6
-, vicarage house, 109, 136
-, vicars, 79, 124–6, 135–7, 142, 144, 215; see also Monox, Thos.
-, Walton House, see Northleach, inns (King's Head)
-, West (or Foss) End, 110–11, 133
-, workhouse (parish), 134–5
-, see also Lodge park

Northop (Flints.), 96

Northumberland, see Newcastle upon Tyne

Norway, 29

Norton, 159

Norton, Chipping (Oxon.), 118

Notcliffe, Wm. of, 178

Notgrove, 1–2, 5, 9, 13, 85, 121, 145–55, 217, 273
-, advowson, 148, 152
-, agriculture, 149–51
-, boundaries, 9, 145
-, charity, 155
-, church, 18, 135, 146–7, 152–4, 230; Plate 38
-, commons, 150
-, court, 151
-, domestic architecture, 147, 149, 152–3; Plate 20
-, farms, 86, 150–1
-, fields, 149–50
-, Folly farm, 147, 149–50, 154
-, green, 146
-, inclosure, 9, 146–7, 149–50, 152, 155
-, manor, 12, 147–50, 153, 228, 259
-, manor house, see Notgrove, Notgrove Manor
-, nonconformity, 154
-, Notgrove Manor, 146, 149, 151
-, parish officers, 151
-, parks, 145–6
-, poor relief, 151–2
-, population, 145–6
-, rectors, 149–50, 152–4; and see Vigers, Duncan Firmin
-, rectory, 152
-, rectory house, 146–7, 152–3, 155
-, roads, 10, 146, 157, 218
-, schools, 20, 147, 153–5
-, settlement, 146–7
-, tithes, 149–50, 152
-, trades, 151
-, woodland, 9, 145

Nottingham, Wm., 97

Nutt, Thos., 40

O.

Oddington, 89–90

Odo, bishop of Bayeux, 23

Offa, king of Mercia, 50

Okey:
-, (or Smith), Wm. (fl. 1577, 1599), 60–1, 67 n.
-, Wm. (fl. 1670s), 64
-, family, 47, 55, 61

Oldacre, John, 85

Oldham, Adam, 264

Oldisworth:
-, Giles, 22
-, Jas., 23
-, Muriel, m. — Loggan, 23
-, Rob., 23
-, Wm., 23, 30, 141

Oliffe:
-, Eliz., 208
-, Giles, 194
-, Joyce, w. of Ric., m. 2 Nic. Widdows, 194
-, Ralph (fl. 1534), 194, 203
-, Ralph (d. 1585, ? same as preceding), 194
-, Ralph (fl. 1608), 194
-, Ralph (fl. 1701), 194
-, Ric. (fl. 1512), 193
-, Ric. (fl. late 16th cent.), 199, 203
-, (? or of Shipton), Rob. (fl. 1285, 1303), 193, 203
-, Rob. (fl. 1371), 193
-, Rob. (fl. mid 15th cent.), 193
-, Rob. (d. 1596 or 1597), 194
-, Thos., 193
-, Wm., 193
-, family, 200, 207

Ollney, John Harvey, 144

Onley, Sam., 53

Ormonde, earls of, see Butler, Jas. (five of the name); Butler, Thos.

Osbert (fl. 12th cent.), 223

Osbert, Hugh s. of, see Hugh

Osborne:
-, Gilbert, rector of Withington, 276–7
-, Nat., 174
-, Wm., rector of Withington, 276, 278

Oseney abbey (Oxon.), 6, 88, 220–2, 225–7, 229–30

Osgot (fl. 1066), 193, 223, 237

Oshere, under-king of the Hwicce, 259

Osred (fl. mid 8th cent.), 12, 147

Owdeswell:
-, John, s. of John of, 266
-, Wm. of, 204

Owdeswell, see Withington

Owen:
-, Rees ap., see Rees
-, T. C., 265

Oxford (or Williams), Phil., rector of Coln Rogers, 28

Oxford, 144, 160, 225
-, All Souls' church, 139
-, castle, St. George's church in, 220, 225, 230
-, Christ Church college, 148, 153, 225, 230–1
-, Corpus Christi college, 47, 51, 56, 59, 64, 148, 153, 160–2, 191, 197, 199
-, Pembroke college, 13–14, 27–8
-, Queen's college, 102, 115, 137, 141
-, roads to, 4, 32, 45, 70, 82, 92–3, 107–8, 190–1, 251–2
-, University, M.P. for, 211

Oxfordshire, 128; and see Adderbury; Alvescot; Asthall; Bampton; Banbury; Bicester; Broughton; Bruern abbey; Burford; Chiselhampton; Ewelme; Eynsham abbey; Filkins; Godstow abbey; Headington; Iffley; Kencot; Kidlington; Minster Lovell; Norton, Chipping; Oseney abbey; Oxford; Radway; Stanton Harcourt; Steventon; Wallingford; Witney

P.

Pace, Ric., 160

Pachat, John, 74

Packer:
-, Alex. (d. 1638), 174
-, Alex. (fl. 1663), 174
-, Margaret, 174

Page:
-, Chas. (fl. 1757, 1784), curate of Compton Abdale, 39–40
-, Chas. (d. 1803, another), curate of Compton Abdale, 40
-, Ric., 267

Paget, Jas., 97

Paine (Payne):
-, C., 266
-, Eliz., 196
-, Hen. A., 232

Painswick, 104, 154, 204, 206

Painter, Wm., 127

Palton (Paulton):
-, Eliz. 221
-, Maud of, 221
-, John of (? two of the name), 221
-, Rob. of, 221
-, Rog. of, 221
-, Wm. of, 221

Panting, Matt., rector of Coln Rogers, 28

Parker:
-, Joan, see Moore
-, John (fl. 1692), 145
-, John (fl. 1698, ? another), 34
-, John (fl. 1760), 34
-, Mary, 140
-, Maud, 140
-, Mic., 121
-, Ric., 121
-, Thos. (d. 1558), 73, 121
-, Thos. (d. 1628), 114, 120–1, 140
-, Thos. (fl. 1744), 34
-, Thos. (s. of preceding), 34
-, family, 114

parks, see Brockhampton; Compton Abdale; Dowdeswell; Dowdeswell, Sandywell Park; Lodge park; Notgrove; Salperton; Stowell

Parry:
-, Caleb Hillier, 267
-, Joshua, 267
-, Sarah, see Hillier
-, Thos., 133, 210

Partridge:
-, Edw., 129
-, Ric., 129

Pate, Ric., 34

Paul:
-, Chas., 53
-, Sir Geo. Onesiphorus, 119
-, Rowland, & Sons, 53

Paulton, see Palton

Pauntley, 148

Paxford, Ann, 16

Peacey, Wm., 126

Peachey:
-, Eliz., 196
-, John (d. 1860), 196
-, John (s. of preceding), 196, 240
-, Margaret, 194
-, Mary, 207
-, Susanna, see Heydon
-, Susanna (another), 194
-, Wm. (d. 1717), 194, 196, 200
-, Wm. (d. c. 1760), 196
-, Wm. (fl. 1793, 1805), 190, 196, 200–1, 244
-, Wm. (d. c. 1886), 196, 240
-, Wm. Gracchus, 196, 204
-, family, 196

Peake:
-, Susanna, see Kleinwort
-, David, 13

Pearce, Wm., curate of Salperton and of Sevenhampton, 176, 185

Peart, Paul, 175–6

peculiar, see Withington

Pedder, John, rector of Withington, 276

Pegglesworth, see Dowdeswell

Pelham-Clinton-Hope, Lord Hen. Francis Hope, later duke of Newcastle, 35, 37, 84–5

Pelye:
-, Hen., 195
-, Rob., 195

Pembrokeshire, see Haverfordwest

Penne:
-, Emme de la, 210
-, John de la, 210

Pennington, John, 186

Penrice, Thos., 211

Percival, Wal., 261

Percy, see Heber-Percy

Perrett, Wal., 202

Perrin, John, 277

Peter, Geoff, s. of, see Geoffrey

Peter, Reynold s. of, see Reynold

Peterborough (Northants.), 203

Petworth (Suss.), 196

Phelps:
-, Thos. (fl. 1569), 266
-, Thos. (s. of preceding), 266

Phillips, Fred., 196

Phillott, G. H., 206

Pickerell, Cecily, 198

Pilkington, Rob., 56

pillory, 132–3

Pin (fl. 1066), 198

Pindrup, see Coln Rogers

Pinkney:
-, Edm. of, 84
-, Hen. of, 84–5

Pinswell, see Coberley, Upper Coberley

Pipard:
-, John, 12
-, Ralph, 12, 14

Pirton, see Churchdown

Pitt, Jos., 267

Plantagenet:
-, Edw., duke of York, 238
-, Edw. (s. of Geo.), 152
-, Geo., duke of Clarence, 152, 238
-, Isabel (w. of Geo.), 238

Platt:
-, J. R. R., 267
-, Sheila, see Montague-Fuller

Poland, refugees from, 210

Pole (Poole):
-, (formerly Van Notten), Sir Chas., 54, 67, 199, 201
-, (later Van Notten Pole), Hen. (d. 1865), 54
-, Hen. (s. of preceding), 54, 197
-, Isabel de la, m. Wal. Langley, 222
-, Jonathan, 262
-, family, 68

Polesworth abbey (Warws.), 74

Pons:
-, Drew s. of, see Drew
-, Ric. s. of, see Richard
-, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Poole, see Pole

Poole Keynes, 89

Porter, Alice, 122

Powell:
-, Ant., 73
-, Giles, 202
-, Jos., 99
-, family, 202

Preedon, Thos., 264

Preedy, Jas., rector of Hazleton, 104

prehistoric remains, 44, 70–1, 82, 92, 107, 145, 167

Prentice, A. N., 149

Prestbury, 176, 180, 184, 186, 241
-, court, 3, 183
-, manor, 1, 167, 173–4, 178

Presbyterians, 140

Preston:
-, A., 57
-, Arthur, 264
-, Wm. (fl. 1686), 166
-, Wm. (s. of preceding), 166

Preston (near Cirencester), 127, 223

Price:
-, Eliz., see Denham
-, Hugh, rector of Coln Rogers, 28–9
-, Sir Thos. Arden, 238
-, Wm., rector of Coln Rogers, 29

Probyn-Dighton, Cecil Mein, see Coxwell-Rogers

Prothero, H. A., 206

Puckham, see Sevenhampton

Puesdown, 4–5, 31, 38, 92–3, 189–90, 200
-, Puesdown Ash, 31, 190, 235

Pugh:
-, Cath., 207
-, Chas., rector of Shipton, 207

Pulham:
-, Alice, w. of John, later of — Carter, 122
-, John, 122
-, Rob., 122
-, Thos., 122

Pyrke:
-, Charlotte, 148
-, Dorothy, 148
-, Duncombe, 148
-, (formerly Watts), Jos. (d. 1803), 148, 150
-, Jos. (d. 1851), 148
-, Mary, m. — Young, 148
-, Nat., 148
-, Thos. (d. 1700), 148
-, Thos. (d. 1702), 148
-, Thos. (d. 1752), 148
-, family, 146, 149

Q.

Quakers, 30

quarries (and stone mines), 4, 17, 26, 38, 63, 78, 87, 99–101, 235, 151, 163, 171, 182, 202, 228–9, 234, 243
-, slate quarries, 4, 26, 130, 151, 163, 167, 181–2, 202

Quenington, 121, 197

R.

racehorse training, 35, 113, 130

Radbourne, Wm., see Hewer

Radway:
-, Mary, 227
-, family, 224

Radway (Oxon.), 225

railways, see Banbury and Cheltenham; Great Western; Midland and South Western Junction

Raleigh:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Knight, 265
-, Eliz., see Rogers
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Elwes, 265
-, Joan, m. 1 Gerard Braybrook, 2 Edw. Bromflete, 222
-, Philip, m. Oliver Weekes, 57
-, Thos. (d. 1396 or 1397), 222
-, Thos. (d. 1404), 222
-, Sir Wal., 57, 265
-, Wm., 222

Ralph (fl. 1066), 194

Ralph, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Ramsden:
-, Omar, 80
-, Wm. of (fl. 1285), 74
-, Wm. of (fl. 1346), 74

Ranger (Rainger):
-, G. O., 28–30
-, Jos., 53

Rapsgate hundred, 134

Ratcliffe:
-, John, rector of Coln Rogers, 28, 30
-, Rob., rector of Coln Rogers, 28

Ravensholm, John of, 237

Rawlins, John, rector of Hazleton, 104

Ray:
-, Diana, 14, 96
-, Leslie, 14, 96
-, Mary Dun, see Wood

Read, John, 65

reading rooms, see Andoversford; Brockhampton; Coln Rogers; Hazleton; Shipton; Whittington; Withington; Yanworth

Ready:
-, (later Colston), Alex., 23, 25, 39
-, John Chaunler, 23

Reddall, Ambrose, 174

Redfern, John, 59

Reed, Wm., 267

Rees, Wm. ap, see William

Rees ap Owen, 51

Reeve, Thos., 14

Reiss, Ferdinand, 54–5

religious houses, see Bruern abbey; Edington; Evesham, abbey; Eynsham abbey; Gloucester, abbey, Llanthony priory, and St. Oswald's priory; Godstow abbey; Hailes abbey; Malvern, Little Malvern, priory; Monmouth, priory; Oseney abbey; Polesworth abbey; Studley priory; Westburyon-Trym college; Westwood priory; Winchcombe, abbey; Withington, monastery

Rendcomb, 104

Reynold son of Peter, 175

Rhodes:
-, Arthur, 11
-, Fairfax, 171, 173, 176, 178
-, John (fl. 1562), rector of Shipton Oliffe, 204
-, John (d. 1902), 173
-, family, 187

Rice:
-, Caroline, m. Sam. Goldney, 121
-, Henrietta, m. Jevon Harper, 121
-, Ric. (d. 1788), 121–2, 125
-, Ric. (d. 1835), 121–2, 134
-, Ric. (fl. 1849, 1866), 89
-, Theodosia, 121

Rice Wiggin:
-, Edw. Hugo, 90
-, family, 90

Rich:
-, Baily, 68, 197
-, Bridget, m. John Howe, 261, 277
-, Chas., rector of Whittington, 245
-, Edw., 54, 64, 68, 197, 267
-, Edw. Gilbert, 54, 65
-, Eliz., see Gilbert
-, John (fl. 1660), 223, 227
-, John (fl. 1677, ? another), 278
-, Lionel, 54, 65, 197, 267
-, Martha, 54, 68
-, Mary, m. Rob. Lawrence, 54
-, Thos. (fl. 1610, 1623), 261, 276
-, Thos. (d. 1678), 267
-, Thos. (fl. 1774), 54, 197
-, family, 44, 55, 260, 268

Richard son of Pons, 223 his son Walter, 12

Richards, Wm. Hunter, 260 n

Richard's Castle (Salop.), honor of, 193

Richardson, J. F. G., 266

Ridler:
-, Hannah, m. John Wade, 56
-, Mary, m. Ric. Cambridge, 56
-, Rob., 56
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Jones, 56
-, Thos., 56, 62, 66
-, Winifred, 56

riots, 22, 95

Ripple (Worcs.), 129

Rissington, 130
-, Great, 103, 109
-, Little, 220–1, 229
-, Wick, 89

Rixon:
-, Julia, see Bolton
-, Wm. Augustus, 8, 219–25, 228, 230, 232

roads, ancient and major, see Foss way; salt ways; White way

Robert (fl. 1086), 51

Robert (fl. late 12th cent.), 51

Robert, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Robert son of Nicholas, 159
-, Felice, his wife, 159

Robert son of Ralph, 158
-, Felice, his wife, 158

Robert the dyer, 158

Roberts:
-, Geo., 159, 240
-, John, 264
-, Josiah, 264
-, Mary, m. Ric. Cossley, 159
-, Thos., 240

Robertson family, 254, 272

Robins:
-, Ric., 98
-, family, 95

Rochford, Thos. de, 237

Rock, Thos., rector of Shipton Oliffe, 206

Rodborough:
-, Joan, 148
-, John of, 204
-, Thos. of (d. c. 1306), 148
-, Thos. of (d. 1334), 198
-, Thos. of (d. 1367), 148
-, Wm. of, 148

Rodger, Chas. Macintosh, 56

Roel Gate, 169

Roger son of William, 51

Rogers:
-, Ann, m. Chas. Coxwell, 52, 67–8
-, Ant., rector of Whittington, 245
-, Don, 13, 52
-, Dorothy, m. John Higford, 51
-, Edw., 46 n, 50, 52, 67–9
-, Eliz., w. of Wm. (d. 1664), 57, 68
-, Eliz., m. 1 Sir Wal. Raleigh, 2 Paul Dodwell, 57, 265
-, Hester, 46, 52–3, 67–9
-, Joan (fl. 1529, 1542), 35–6
-, Joan (fl. 1539, another), 51
-, John (fl. 1577), 68 n
-, John (fl. 1577, another), 68 n
-, John (d. 1639), 95
-, John (d. 1698), 34
-, John (d. 1768), rector of Dowdeswell, 52, 65–6, 68
-, Philip, w. of Wm. (d. 1640), 13, 52
-, Ric. (fl. 1536), 59
-, Ric. (d. 1609), 60, 67 n
-, Ric. (fl. 1672), 53
-, Ric. (d. 1757), 253
-, Rob., 57, 67 n, 68–9, 265, 269–70
-, Sibyl, 95
-, Thos., 33
-, Wm. (d. c. 1541), 35–6
-, Wm. (d. 1558), 51, 59
-, Wm. (d. 1593), 13, 51, 61, 65, 67 n
-, Wm. (fl. 1632), 67
-, Wm. (d. 1640, another), 13, 51, 62, 67–8
-, Wm. (d. 1651), 95
-, Wm. (d. 1664), 51 n, 57, 67–8, 265, 269
-, Wm. (d. 1678), 13, 52, 55, 64–5
-, Wm. (fl. 1695), 52
-, Wm. (d. 1734), 52, 66, 68
-, Wm. (fl. 1740s), 65
-, Wm. (d. 1783), 52
-, Mrs. (fl. early 19th cent.), 279
-, family, 6, 46, 50, 55, 68, 255
-, see also Coxwell-Rogers

Rogers Morris, Anne, 47

Rolls Royce Ltd., 54

Roman Catholics, 90, 140, 158, 166

Roman remains, 5, 32, 44, 70, 167, 191, 217, 235–6, 248, 252

Roper:
-, Cath., see Whittington
-, Chris., 148

Rossley, see Dowdeswell

Rosteleie, Wm. de, 47

Rowden:
-, Rob., rector of Notgrove, 153
-, Thos., 120

Rowe, J. E., 175, 240

Rook, Mr. (fl. 1710), 264

Royal Air Force, chaplains' college, 54

royal visits, see Northleach; Whittington

Ruardean, 154

Rudhall:
-, Abel, 277
-, Abraham, 20, 30, 104–5, 165
-, John, 90
-, Thos., 41, 154
-, family, 186

Rupert, Prince, 120

Russell:
-, Gordon, 139
-, John, 261

Ruthin (Denb.), 96

Ryder, Hen., bishop of Gloucester, 137

S.

Sadler:
-, Ebenezer, 148
-, Sir Ralph, 54, 221, 263

sainfoin, 37, 77, 125–6, 241

St. Albans (Herts.), 104

St. Davids, bishop of, see Smallbrook, Ric.

St. John:
-, Oliver (d. 1582), Lord St. John, 223
-, Oliver (fl. 1596), Lord St. John, 223

St. Leger:
-, Anne, see Butler
-, Cath., 12
-, Emme de, m. Wal. de Clifford and later Wal. de Baskerville, 12
-, Geo., 12
-, Jas., 12
-, John, 12

St. Philibert:
-, Ada, 73
-, Alice, see Blakenham
-, Hugh of, 73
-, John of (d. c. 1333), 73–4
-, John of (fl. 1351), 73–4
-, Margaret, 73

St. Valery:
-, Bernard of, 83
-, Maud of, m. Wm. de Breuse, 83
-, Thos. of, 83

Saintbury, 35

Salceta, Joan de, 74

Salisbury cathedral, canon of, 276

Salmond, J. S. C., 198

Salperton, 1, 3–4, 7, 91, 127, 155–66, 177, 197
-, advowson, 164
-, agriculture, 161–3
-, boundaries, 155
-, church, 39, 65, 102, 157, 159, 164–6, 203, 206
-, commons, 156, 162
-, court, 159, 161, 164
-, curacy (later vicarage), 164–5
-, curates (and vicars), 164–6, 185; and see Busted, Miles; Iles, Edw.; Lawrence, John; Mellersh, Wm. P.; Pearce, Wm.
-, domestic architecture, 160
-, farms, 161–3
-, fields, 156, 161–2
-, inclosure, 157–8, 162
-, inns, 158
-, Lower Town, 157
-, manor, 96, 158–62, 164, 197–9
-, manor house, 157, 159
-, nonconformity, 166
-, parish officers, 164
-, park, 155, 157
-, poor relief, 164
-, population, 92, 155–6
-, rectory, 157, 159–62, 164
-, roads, 146, 155, 157, 190
-, Salperton Park house, 155, 157–8, 160; Plate 3
-, schools, 166, 187
-, settlement, 156–8
-, tithes, 160
-, trades, 163–4
-, Upper Town, 156–7
-, vicarage, see Salperton, curacy
-, woodland, 155, 164

salt ways, 3–4, 45, 82, 92, 106, 155–7, 166, 169, 189, 191, 208, 235

Salvation Army, 141

Sandywell Park, see Dowdeswell

Sankey:
-, Eleanor, see Lawrence
-, Wm., 57

Sapperton, 245

Savacre, Edw., rector of Notgrove, 153

Savage, Wm., 51

Savory family, 269

Sawle, Wm., 165

Scagges, John le, 209

Scarbrough, earls of, see Lumley, Ric. (two of the name)

Scors:
-, Agnes, w. of Wm., m. 2 Thos. Fortey, 140
-, Wm., 140

Scott:
-, John (d. 1854), earl of Eldon, 211
-, John (d. 1926), earl of Eldon, 34, 36–7, 41, 88, 94–5, 105–6, 119, 209–11, 213–14, 216, 261
-, Marianne (or Mary Anne), m. Hen. Addington, 211
-, Sir Wm., Lord Stowell, 41, 84–5, 88, 105, 211

Scudamore:
-, John, Lord Scudamore, 122
-, Rob., rector of Notgrove, 153

Scroupes, see Croupes

Seaman:
-, John, 267
-, Wm., 267

Searjeant, John, 222

Sende, Thos., rector of Shipton Solers, 205

Serche:
-, Anne, 140
-, Rob., 140

services, customary, see church-scot; county and hundred courts, suit at; spurs; wardstaff; writs, service of carrying

Sevare:
-, Emme, see Langley
-, Hen., 222
-, John, 222
-, Lawr., 222

Sevenhampton, 1, 3, 8, 166–87, 198, 240; Plate 1
-, advowson, 177, 184
-, agriculture, 6, 178–82
-, boundaries, 166
-, Calcombe, 6, 172, 175, 178
-, charity, 187
-, church, 170, 175, 184–6, 244, 247; Plates 33–4
-, church house, 170, 184
-, Clopley, see Sevenhampton, Lower Sevenhampton
-, commons, 167, 179–81
-, court, 3, 180, 183–4
-, curacy (later vicarage), 184–5
-, curates, 184–7; see also Lawrence, John; Pearce, Wm.
-, domestic architecture, 170–2, 174, 176
-, farms, 180–2
-, fields, 167, 179–81
-, inclosure, 167, 171, 174, 177, 179–81, 184
-, Lower Sevenhampton (formerly Clopley or Clopton), 170, 178, 180–3
-, Manor farm, 170, 173, 181–2
-, manor house, see Sevenhampton, Sevenhampton Manor
-, manors, 6, 173–80, 182–5, 237
-, mills, 179, 182
-, Nash, 6, 172, 179
-, Oxleaze farm, 171, 180–1
-, parish officers, 183–4
-, poor relief, 184
-, population, 169
-, Puckham, 4, 166, 172, 178–9, 182, 234
-, Puckham farm, 172, 174–5, 178–80, 235, 240–1
-, woodland, 167, 173–5, 178, 180–1
-, rectory, 175, 177–8, 184–5, 198
-, roads, 169
-, schools, 166, 170, 186–7, 247
-, settlement, 5, 167–8, 170–2
-, Sevenhampton Manor, 170, 174, 239
-, Soundborough, 8, 171, 178, 182, 240
-, tithes, 175–81
-, trades, 4, 182–3
-, Upper Sevenhampton, 170, 183
-, vicarage house, 170, 178, 185
-, Whitehall farm, 172, 180–2
-, Whitewell, 172
-, woodland, 4, 167
-, see also Brockhampton; Hampen

Severn Trent Water Ltd., 44, 52, 54

Seward, Chas., rector of Hazleton, 104

Seymour:
-, Hen., 225
-, Jane, see Willan
-, Thos., Lord Seymour, 102

Seymour-Conway:
-, Francis (d. 1732), Lord Conway, 57–8, 65, 238, 240
-, Francis (fl. 1748), Lord Conway, 57
-, family, 59

Sezincote, 13, 150

Sharington, Wm., 198

Sharpe, Jos., vicar of Northleach, 137

sheep farming:
-, sheephouses, 6, 25, 33, 36, 61, 76, 98–9, 123, 161, 179, 200, 227, 257
-, summering of flocks, 6, 36–7, 86, 149, 152, 180, 200, 241, 268
-, and see economic history sections, passim

Sheldon, Wm., 51 n

Shelin (fl. 1086), 147
-, Robert, his son, 147

Shennan, K. G. W., 194

Sherborne, Lords, see Dutton, Jas. (two of the name) and John

Sherborne, 6, 99, 126–7
-, estate, 117–18, 121, 126, 224
-, mill, 78
-, named as an address, 55, 70, 111, 120–1, 127–8, 130, 137, 142–4, 174
-, see also Lodge park

Sherborne brook, 9, 70, 78, 106, 217

Shilling:
-, (Eschelling or Eskelling), John, 147
-, John (s. of preceding), 147–8, 152
-, Wal., 147–8, 152
-, and see Shelin

Shipton:
-, Hen. of, rector of Shipton Oliffe, 204
-, Joan of, 193
-, John of, see Templar
-, Olive, w. of John, see Hereford
-, Ralph of, 193, 203
-, Rob. of, see Oliffe
-, Roger, s. of Warin of, 203

Shipton Oliffe and Shipton Solers, 1, 3, 5, 8, 66, 109, 184, 187–208, 244
-, agriculture, 199–202
-, boundaries, 31, 43, 166, 189
-, charities, 208
-, commons, 188, 200
-, courts, 202–3
-, domestic architecture, 191–2, 194, 196, 198; Plate 29
-, farms, 200–1
-, fields, 188, 200–1
-, friendly society, 193
-, Frogmarsh, 192, 197, 202
-, Frogmill, 189, 190–2, 200, 251
-, inn, 48–9, 63, 192–3, 202
-, mill, 192, 202
-, inclosure, 65, 190, 193, 199, 201–2, 205
-, named as an address, 35, 165, 173, 259
-, nonconformity, 68, 207–8
-, North (formerly Upper) farm, 191, 199, 201; Plates 7, 29
-, parish officers, 203
-, poor relief, 203
-, population, 189–90
-, reading room, 193
-, rectors (of the united benefice), 205–8
-, roads, 5, 45, 48, 190–1, 235, 251
-, schools, 193, 208
-, settlement, 8, 188, 191–3
-, Shipton Oliffe:
-, advowson, 193–4, 203
-, church, 65, 102, 164, 191, 198–9, 203–7; Plate 39
-, manor, 39, 193–4, 200, 203
-, rectors, 200–1, 203–4, 208
-, rectory, 192, 203–4
-, rectory house, 191, 204
-, Shipton Oliffe Manor, 191, 194; Plate 9
-, Shipton Pelye, 3, 187, 189, 194–5, 202
-, Shipton Solers:
-, advowson, 195, 204
-, church, 65, 102, 164, 192, 198, 203–7
-, manor, 39, 55 n, 59, 179, 194–6, 200, 203–5, 240, 255, 269
-, manor house, 192
-, rectors, 200–1, 205–6
-, rectory, 203–5
-, rectory house, 192, 204–5
-, Shipton Champfleur (old name of Shipton Solers), 187, 195
-, Shipton Sollars Manor, 196
-, Shipton Tyrel (old name of Shipton Solers), 187
-, South (or Lower) farm, 191, 201
-, tithes, 197–201, 204–5
-, trades, 183, 202
-, woodland, 189
-, and see Hampen

shooting (game), 7, 31, 92, 151, 163–4, 250, 272

Shropshire, 245; and see Apley; Richard's Castle

Shurdington, 54
-, Little, see Badgeworth

Sidmouth, Viscount, see Addington, Hen.

Simon, Wm., 243

Simpson:
-, Hen., vicar of Northleach, 137
-, Ric., 100
-, Wm., 98, 100

Siward (fl. 1066), 220

Skipp, Geo., 148, 150

Slaughter, John, 12

Slaughter:
-, Lower, 17, 120–1
-, Upper, 57

Slaughter hundred, 1

Smallbrook, Ric., rector of Withington and bishop of St. Davids, later bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, 276

Smallhope, see Compton Abdale

Smith:
-, Alice, see Standard
-, Chas., 178
-, Edw. Chas., 178
-, Eliz., 260
-, Francis, 58
-, Humph. (d. 1688), rector of Farmington, 75, 79
-, Humph. (d. 1718), 75, 260
-, Jas., 105, 186, 208
-, Jesse, 178
-, John, rector of Coln Rogers, 28
-, John (d. 1834), 279
-, J. R., 141
-, Silas, 192, 202
-, Thos. (d. 1708), 75, 260
-, Thos. (d. by 1713), 75
-, Thos. (fl. 1714, 1727), 75, 260
-, Thos. (s. of preceding), 260
-, Wm., 260
-, Wm., see Okey
-, family, 76, 79, 226

Sodbury, John, abbot of Cirencester and rector of Stowell, 216

Solers:
-, Cath., m. Wm. Twyniho, 195
-, Isabel, 195
-, Joan, 195
-, John de (fl. 1338), 195
-, John (fl. 1411), 195
-, Margaret, 195
-, Rob. de (fl. 1301), rector of Shipton Solers, 205
-, Rob. de (another), 195
-, Simon de, 195
-, Wal. de, 197
-, Wm. de, 195–6, 202, 204

solicitors, see attorneys

Somerset:
-, Frances, duchess of Beaufort, 122, 124
-, Wm., rector of Dowdeswell, 66

Somerset, see Bath; Croscombe

Somerville, Sir Wm., 261

Soundborough, see Sevenhampton

Southrop, 225

Spearman, Gideon, 264

Spence, Sir Basil, 139

Spencer:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Compton, 223
-, Sir John (d. 1610), 223–4
-, John (fl. 1820s), 108
-, Ric., 75
-, Thos., 55
-, family, 76

spurs, service of rendering, 96

Stable (Stabulo):
-, John de, 266
-, Ric. atte, 266
-, Wm. de, 266

Stackhouse, John, vicar of Turkdean, 231

Stafford, Edw., duke of Buckingham, 194

Staffordshire, see Chartley

stagecoach services, see Northleach

Stainbank, see Mears

Stallard:
-, Ant., 258
-, Ric., 50

Standard:
-, Alice, m. Thos. Smith, 75
-, Thos., 75

Stanley:
-, Jas., earl of Derby, 238
-, Mary, see Morley

Stanley, Leonard, 129

Stanton, Wm. Hen., rector of Hazleton, 103–6

Stanton Harcourt (Oxon.), 84

Staunton:
-, Peter of, 74
-, Rob. of, 74

Staunton (Worcs., later Glos.), 74

Staveby, Nic. de, 267

Staverton:
-, Margaret, m. Jas. Clifford, 210
-, Rob. of, 210

Staverton, 185

Stephens (Stevens):
-, Hubert, 57
-, T. B., 196
-, Thos., 121
-, family, 72 n

Stephenson, Eliz., 118

Steventon (Oxon.), 108

Stigand, archbishop of Canterbury, 33

Stockslade, John, 100

Stone:
-, Jos., rector of Dowdeswell, 65–6
-, family, 113

Stonehouse, 28, 66, 174

Stonwelle, John de, 209

Storke:
-, Eliz., see Jones
-, Mary, w. of Sam., m. 2 Geo. Hayley, 3 Patrick Jeffrey, 56
-, Ric., 56
-, Sam., 56

Stow-on-the-Wold, 5, 17, 19, 50, 64, 118–20, 222
-, Maugersbury, 229
-, nonconformity, 154
-, poor-law union, and rural district, 152
-, roads to, 5, 10, 45, 107, 146, 157, 163, 169–70, 190–1, 235, 251–2
-, trades, 127, 130

Stowell, Miles of, 215 n

Stowell, Lord, see Scott, Wm.

Stowell, 1, 3, 39, 81, 90, 132, 141, 208–17
-, advowson, 88, 210–11, 215
-, agriculture, 99, 213–15
-, boundaries, 91, 208–9
-, camp (Second World War), 92, 209–10
-, church, 27, 89, 102, 135, 212, 215–17
-, domestic architecture, 213
-, farm, 86, 100, 214–15
-, fields, 214
-, manor, 6, 84, 120, 123, 209–11, 213–15
-, manor house, see Stowell, Stowell Park
-, mill, 215
-, Oxpens, 210, 214
-, parish officers, 215
-, park, 209
-, poor relief, 215
-, population, 92, 209
-, rectors, 89, 215–16; and see Atkinson, Brian; Bede, Wal.; Bracegirdle, Edm.; Woderone, Ingram
-, rectory, 88, 215
-, roads, 32, 82, 208
-, school, 90–1, 106, 217
-, settlement, 209–10
-, Stowell Park estate, 8, 34, 85, 88, 94–5, 97, 99–100, 209–11, 261
-, farming on, 32, 37–8, 86, 214–15, 272
-, house, 32, 119, 208–9, 211–14, 216, 264
-, woodland on, 92, 101, 209, 215, 250
-, tithes, 215–16
-, woodland, 209

Strafford, earls of, see Wentworth, Thos. and Wm.

Strange:
-, Ant. (d. 1542), 223
-, Ant. (d. 1596), 223
-, Helen, 223
-, John (d. 1536), 222
-, John (fl. 1551), rector of Dowdeswell, 66
-, John (d. 1559 or 1560), 223
-, Thos. (d. 1594), 223
-, Thos. (fl. 1600), 223

Stratford:
-, Hen., 12
-, John (d. 1553), 12, 14
-, John (fl. 1590), 12–13
-, Susanna, see Heydon
-, Wm., 195

Stratford-upon-Avon (Warws.), 243

Stratton, Ric. 159, 164, 196, 201

Stratton, 222

Stratton-Davis, David, 139

Street, G. E., 90

Stringer:
-, J. L., 238
-, Jennifer, see Charleston

Stroud, Thos., 97

Stroud, 34, 40, 56, 233

Stubber, see Hamilton-Stubber

Studley, Peter of, see Corbezon

Studley priory (Warws.), 6, 59, 158–9, 164, 198, 266, 269

Sudeley, Ralph of, 96

Sudeley, 50, 166, 184

Suffolk, see Ipswich

sugar beet factory, 7, 164

surgeons, 27, 64, 127, 130–1, 183, 243

Surrey, Rog., see Moreton

Surrey, earl of, see Howard, Chas.

Surrey, see Dorking; Egham

Sussex, see Boxgrove; Bramber; Kirdford; Petworth

Sutton, King's (Northants.), 265

Swan, Wm., rector of Shipton Oliffe, 204

Swell, Lower, 10, 231

Swindon, Adelize of, 198

Swinfield, Ric., bishop of Hereford, 182

Sylvester:
-, Ann, see Ansell
-, Mr. (fl. early 19th cent.), 264

Syreford, see Whittington

T.

Tabor, D. J., 35, 194

Talbot:
-, Cath., see Whittington
-, Geo., 148
-, Hon. Geo. Gustavus Chetwynd, rector of Withington, 276
-, Mary, 174
-, Sarah (or Cath.), m. Sir Clement Clerke, 148

Tame:
-, Agnes, see Limerick
-, Cath., w. of Sir Edm., m. 2 Sir Wal. Buckler, 3 Rog. Lygon, 23, 51, 65
-, Edm. (d. 1534), 51
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1544), 51
-, Eliz., m. Edm. Horne, 84, 211
-, Isabel, m. Wm. ap Rees, 51
-, Joan, 211
-, Thos., 39, 84, 198, 211, 214–15, 215 n
-, Wm., 84, 211

Tardebigge (Worcs.), 88

Tatchell, Sydney, 213

Taylor (Tayler):
-, Joan, 140
-, John (d. 1509), 78, 128, 140
-, John (fl. 1870), 130
-, J. W., 13, 17
-, Rebecca, 223
-, Ric., 14
-, Steph., 82 n
-, Thos. (d. by 1835), 223
-, Thos. (d. 1903), 223
-, family, 118
-, Tayler & Fletcher (firm), 64

Taynton, 90

Teale (Teall):
-, Albert, 144
-, Eliz., 269

Telford, Thos., 46

Templar, John s. of Simon of (or John of Shipton), 193, 203

Templar, Knights, estates of, 45, 47, 51, 59, 61, 64, 160–1, 164, 195–7, 199, 203, 240, 263

Temple:
-, Jordan of the, 59
-, Nic., 14, 223
-, Rob., rector of Dowdeswell, 66
-, Sam., rector of Shipton Oliffe, 204

Tetbury, 83
-, Charlton, 85

Tewkesbury, 153, 173

Tewkesbury district, 184

Teye:
-, Agnes, see Dowdeswell
-, Thos. de, 51

Thames Water Co., 119

Thayer, Ralph, 248

Theydon:
-, Hen. of, 220
-, Juliana, 220
-, Paulinus of, 220, 222

Thomas:
-, Wal., rector of Whittington, 248
-, (or Morris), Wm., 23

Thork:
-, Ric., 197
-, Susanna, 197

Thormarton, see Farmington

Thorndale (formerly Thorndean), see Withington

Thornhill (or Cornhill), Reynold of, 84

threshing machines, hiring out, 27, 131

Throckmorton:
-, Gillian, see Wye
-, John, 56
-, Sir Thos., 173
-, Sir Wm., 173

Timbrell:
-, Judith, 57, 175, 244
-, Patience, 57, 175, 244
-, Rebecca, m. Thos. Lightbourne, 57, 68, 175, 181, 241, 244, 247–8

Tittley, Ralph, rector of Whittington, 245

tobacco, crop of, 124

Tongue:
-, David, 96
-, Marian, see Wood
-, Ric. Geo., 96

Tordiffe, John, 89

Torigni:
-, Rob. of, 220–2, 225
-, Wm. of, 220–1

Townsend:
-, Geo., 13, 141, 144
-, Thos. (fl. 1543), 34
-, Thos. (fl. 1845, 1888), vicar of Cold Aston, 19

Tracy:
-, Chas. Hanbury, 57, 244
-, Henrietta, 57
-, Mary, see Dodwell
-, Ric., 95
-, Thos., 57, 68, 175, 239, 247–8
-, family, 180

Tray, Giles, 14

Treasure:
-, Frank, 13
-, Garnet, 13

Trotman:
-, Susannah, m. Sanderson Miller, 225
-, Wm., 223

Truby, Wm., 20, 223

Tudor, Chas. Lloyd, 232

tumbrel, 132

Turberville:
-, Bart. de, 148
-, Edm. de, 148
-, Thurstan de, 148

Turbot, Wal., see Bede

Turkdean, 1, 5, 8, 73, 75, 96, 109, 144, 148, 217–33
-, advowson, 18, 152, 230
-, agriculture, 98, 226–8
-, boundaries, 217
-, Castle farm, 220–1
-, charity, 81, 233
-, church, 18, 135, 152, 218, 230–2
-, commons, 227
-, courts, 3, 227, 229
-, domestic architecture, 219, 221–2, 224–6, 230–1
-, farms, 98, 228
-, fields, 227
-, green, 219
-, inclosure, 220, 225, 227–8, 230
-, Leygore, 218, 220, 223–5, 228
-, Leygore Manor, 220, 224–5
-, Lower Turkdean, 217–20, 222, 226–9
-, Nether Turkdean manor, 223–4
-, Lower Dean Manor, 96, 219, 223–4, 228
-, manor house, see Turkdean, Turkdean Manor
-, manors, 96, 144, 220–7, 229
-, nonconformity, 233
-, parish officers, 229
-, poor relief, 229–30
-, population, 218
-, rectory, 222, 225–8, 230, 232
-, Rectory farm, 7, 218, 226, 228–9
-, roads, 146, 218
-, schools, 20, 91, 155, 219–20, 233
-, settlement, 218–20
-, tithes, 220, 225, 227, 230
-, trades, 229
-, Turkdean Manor, 219, 221–2
-, Upper Turkdean, 81, 217–19, 221–3, 226–9, 233
-, vicarage, 228, 230–1
-, vicarage house, 218, 226, 230–1
-, vicars, 165, 227, 229, 230–2
-, woodland, 217–18

Turkdean valley, 9, 91, 145, 155, 217

Turner:
-, Ernest Edw., 35, 194
-, Geo., 50
-, John, rector of Coln Rogers, 29

Twyniho:
-, Anne, m. Hen. Heydon, 195, 204
-, Ant., 195
-, Cath., m. John Dauntesey, 195, 204
-, Cath., see Solers
-, Edw., 195
-, Wal., 195
-, Wm., 195, 240

Tyrel:
-, Denise, 197
-, Hugh, 195
-, John, 195
-, Ric., 195, 197
-, Rog., 195

U.

Underwood, G. A., 113

Upcote:
-, Thos., 263
-, Wal., 263

Upcote, see Withington

Upthrop, Great, see Northleach, Eastington (Upper End)

Upton St. Leonards, 98

U.S.A., see Connecticut

Utrecht (Netherlands), 196

V.

Vampage:
-, Eleanor, w. of Rob., m. 2 John Guise, 266
-, John (fl. 1436), 266
-, John (d. 1548), 266
-, Rob., 266
-, family, 250

Van Notten, Chas., see Pole

Van Notten Pole, Hen., see Pole

Vannam, John, 52, 62

vee de naam, pleas of, 132, 273

Vernon, Dorothy, 18

Vestey:
-, Frances, 216
-, Hon. M. W., 264, 272
-, Hon. Sam., later Lord Vestey, 85, 95, 211, 214, 216, 261
-, Sam. Geo. Armstrong, Lord Vestey, 34, 97, 210–11
-, family, 8, 213, 216

Veysey:
-, Rob. (d. 1635), 160
-, Rob. (d. 1666), 160
-, Sunnybank, 160

Victoria, Queen, 247

Vigers, Duncan Firmin, rector of Notgrove, 146–7, 152–5

Vyner:
-, Eliz., 135
-, Sir. Rob. (fl. 1656), 135
-, Rob. (fl. 1783), 123, 125

W.

Wacrescumbe hundred, 1, 273

Wade:
-, Hannah, see Ridler
-, John (d. by 1746), 56
-, John (d. 1793), 56

Wake:
-, Abraham, 225–6
-, Christian, 225

Walcot (Walcote):
-, Geo., 121
-, John, 103
-, Katherine, see Whitmore,

Wales End, see Farmington

Walker:
-, Jas., 115
-, Jos., rector of Shipton Oliffe and of Shipton Solers, 206–7, 240
-, Thos. (fl. 1792), 35
-, Thos. (fl. 1842), 36, 39
-, Thos. (fl. 1851, another), 99, 214
-, Wm. (fl. 1717), 240, 244
-, Wm. (fl. 1837), 39
-, family, 7, 37, 41, 211

Waller:
-, Edm. (d. 1771), 14, 73–5, 96, 98, 221, 227
-, Edm. (d. 1788), 14, 73, 221
-, Edm. (d. 1810), 14, 16, 73, 75, 81, 220–1, 223, 225, 227, 233
-, Edm. (d. 1898), 71, 73, 80, 105
-, Fred. S., 57, 194, 236, 239, 241, 246
-, F. W., 41, 160, 186
-, Harry Edm., 72–3. 75. 79. 105
-, Hen. (Harry), rector of Farmington and of Hazleton, 73, 75, 79, 96, 104, 227
-, Hugh Sydney, 71
-, Maria, 96
-, Mungo Hen., see Noble
-, Wm. Noel, 72–3, 80, 96, 221
-, Waller and Son, 29, 80
-, family, 6, 77, 80, 94
-, and see Fulljames & Waller

Wallingford, Wigod of, 220

Wallingford (Berks., later Oxon.), honor of, 220–2, 226, 229

Walter son of Pons, 72

Walter son of Richard son of Pons, 12

Walter son of Robert, 197

Walter:
-, John, 223
-, Wm. (fl. 1527), 85
-, Wm. (d. 1559, ? same as preceding), 223–4

Walwyn, Thos., 244

wardstaff, 3

Wardwick, Ric., 173, 182

Warner:
-, Sir Edw., 185, 199
-, Warner & Son, 41

warrens (rabbit), 167, 250

Warwick, earls of, see Beauchamp, Hen., Ric., and Thos.; Dudley, John; Neville, Ric.

Warwick, 58, 79

Warwickshire, see Castle Bromwich; Polesworth abbey; Stratfordupon-Avon; Studley priory; Warwick

Washington:
-, Eliz., see Jordan,
-, Ric., 174

watercress, cultivation of, 17

Waterford and Lismore, bishop of, see Newcome, Wm.

Watford (Herts.), 160, 195, 266

Watkins:
-, Giles, 247
-, Victor, 159

Watson, A. H., 123

Watts, Jos., see Pyrke

Webb:
-, Chris., 140
-, Francis, rector of Stowell, 216
-, Geof., 207

Weekes:
-, Carew, 57
-, Oliver, 57
-, Philip, see Raleigh

Welch, John, rector of Whittington, 245

Wells, Thos., 86, 90

Wenman:
-, Ric., 198
-, Wm., 177

Wentworth:
-, Thos., earl of Strafford, 211
-, Wm., earl of Strafford, 84, 211

Wessex Electricity Co., 119

Westbury-on-Trym college, 6, 54, 221, 226–7, 263, 269, 274

Westcote, 165

Westmorland, earl of, see Fane, Thos.

Westwood, Hugh, 141

Westwood priory (Worcs.), 6, 13, 15, 18

Wetherell, Ric., rector of Notgrove, 152 n, 153

Whaddon, 36

Whalley, see Whittington

Wheeler:
-, Geo., 100
-, John, 225–6, 229
-, Thos., 78

White way, 32, 248

Whitewell, see Sevenhampton

Whitmore:
-, Anne, 121
-, Eliz., 121
-, Geo., 120
-, Katherine, m. Geo. Walcot, 121
-, Ric., 120
-, Thos., 120
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1648), 120
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1694), 121
-, Wm. (d. 1725), 121
-, Wm. (fl. 1753), 121
-, family, 131–2

Whittington:
-, Alex., 148
-, Cath., m. 1 Geo. Talbot, 2 Chris. Roper, 148
-, Cecily, see Browning
-, Edm., 148
-, Eliz., see Arundel
-, Guy, 148
-, John (d. 1525), 148
-, John (fl. 1637), 148
-, Rowland, 153
-, Thos., rector of Hazleton, 103
-, Wm., 148
-, family, 153–4

Whittington, 1, 3, 5, 44, 233–48
-, advowson, 244
-, agriculture, 61, 240–2
-, boundaries, 43, 233
-, camp (Second World War), 234, 236
-, charities, 187, 248
-, church, 184, 235, 243–7
-, domestic architecture, 236, 238–9, 242, 245; Plate 21
-, fair, 242–3
-, farms, 237, 241–2
-, fields, 240
-, friendly society, 237
-, green, 235–6
-, inclosure, 240–1
-, inns, 237
-, manor, 57, 59, 174, 234–5, 237–44, 246, 248
-, manor house, see Whittington, Whittington Court
-, market, 242–3
-, mills, 242
-, nonconformity, 68, 247
-, parish officers, 244
-, poor relief, 244
-, population, 234
-, reading room, 237
-, rectors, 67, 185, 236, 240, 244–5, 248; see also Cheltenham, Wal. of; Lawrence, Ant. Cocks; Thomas, Wal.
-, rectory, 241, 244–5
-, rectory house, 236, 245
-, roads, 5, 45, 48, 190, 234–5
-, royal visit, 239
-, schools, 68–9, 187, 236–7, 247–8
-, settlement, 168, 235–7; Plate 41
-, Syreford, 53, 119, 234–6, 243–4
-, farm, 178, 238, 240–1
-, inn, 236–7
-, mill, 236, 242, 244
-, roads, 169, 190, 235
-, tithes, 241, 244
-, trades, 4, 243
-, Whalley, 234, 237, 239–41, 244
-, Whalley farm, 175, 237, 240–3
-, Whittington Court, 236, 238–9, 241; Plates 5, 32
-, woodland, 234, 237, 240
-, Wycomb, 5, 44, 235
-, and see Andoversford

Whittington brook, 234

Whorwood, Owen, 59

Widdows:
-, Joyce, see Oliffe
-, Nic., 194

Wiggin:
-, Wm., rector of Hampnett, 88–91 and see Rice Wiggin

Wightfield, see Deerhurst

Wihanoc (fl. late 11th cent.), 197

Wilde:
-, Rowland, vicar of Turkdean, 231
-, Thos. (d. by 1647), rector of Shipton Solers, 205–6
-, Thos. (fl. 1643, 1669), vicar of Turkdean, 231

Wilkinson, Geo., 120

Willan:
-, Jane, m. Hen. Seymour, 225
-, Thos., 75, 221, 223–5, 232

William, earl of Gloucester, 147

William, Rog. s. of, see Roger

William ap Rees, 51
-, Isabel, his w., see Tame

William son of Baderon, 197

William son of Henry, 220, 225, 230

William I, 96

Williams:
-, C., 13
-, Carew, 173
-, Mary, see Lawrence
-, Philip, see Oxford

Williamstrip, see Coln St. Aldwyns

Wills:
-, Hon. E. R. H., 73–4, 77, 121–2, 127
-, Hon. R. I. H., 178
-, family, 8

Wilson:
-, Ric., 211
-, Wm., 140

Wiltshire, earl of, see Butler, Jas.

Wiltshire, 128; and see Aldbourne; Berwick Bassett; Blunsdon; Bradford-on-Avon; Castle Eaton; Cricklade; Edington; Highworth; Kemble; Latton; Minety; Salisbury cathedral; Wishford, Great

Winchcombe:
-, Bernard, 14
-, Hen., 14, 114, 130, 139 n
-, Ric. (fl. 1616), 18
-, Ric. (d. 1717), 14

Winchcombe, 5, 86, 130, 139, 158, 182 abbey, 19, 94, 182, 198
-, estates of, 3, 6, 59, 78, 95–9, 101–3, 127, 163, 175, 214, 250, 257, 265, 269, 274
-, monks of, 153, 204, 216
-, nonconformity, 40, 247
-, roads to, 10, 45, 92, 146, 157, 166, 169, 191, 234–5

Winchester, bishop of, see Edington, Wm. of

Winchester (Hants), 224
-, Winchester college, 159, 161–3

windmills, 100, 127

Windrush, 109

Windrush, river, 4, 9–10, 17

Windsor, John of, rector of Notgrove, 153

Winson, see Bibury

Winslow (Bucks.), 79

Winwood, S. L., 96, 224

Wishford, Great (Wilts.), 34, 97

Withington, 1, 5, 8, 49–50, 185–6, 222, 248–79
-, advowson, 274
-, agriculture, 6, 267–72
-, boundaries, 43, 248–9
-, Brockwell End, 252, 254–5, 277
-, fields, 252, 256, 269–71
-, charities, 278–9
-, church, 39, 65, 102, 252–3, 273–7; Plate 30
-, church house, 253, 273, 278
-, commons, 249, 256, 269–70
-, Cothill (or Cotwell), 256, 265, 268, 271
-, court, 2, 17, 64, 151, 252, 260, 263, 269, 273
-, domestic architecture, 7, 253–5, 259–67, 274–5; Plate 25
-, Elwell, 258
-, farms, 56, 61, 258, 269, 271–2
-, fields, 249, 252, 256, 269–70
-, fishery, 250
-, Foxcote, 1, 8, 255, 271–2, 276, 279
-, fields, 43, 61, 66, 249, 270, 273
-, manor, 259, 263–4, 268–71, 273, 277
-, manor house, 255, 264, 268
-, nonconformity, 277–8
-, school, 278
-, Freemans farm, 254, 257–8, 268–70
-, Fulford, 190, 251–2
-, farm, 258–9, 271–2, 274
-, green, 252–3
-, Greensty, 257
-, Halewell Close, 250, 253–4, 260, 268–71
-, Hilcot, 1, 5, 257
-, Lower Hilcot farm, 257, 265–6, 271, 273
-, manor, 249–50, 257–9, 264–5, 268–9, 273–4
-, Needlehole, 56, 249–50, 257
-, Upper Hilcot farm, 257, 265, 271
-, woodland, 44, 250–1, 257, 265, 274
-, inclosure, 252, 258, 269–71, 274
-, inns, 253–4, 258–9, 271–2
-, Little Colesbourne, 1, 5, 257, 270
-, chapel, 257, 264, 274, 276
-, manor (and farm), 250–1, 257, 259, 264–5, 268–71, 273
-, manor farm, 250, 259–60, 268–72
-, manor house, 252–4, 260–1
-, manors, 6, 12, 43, 48, 51, 147, 239, 249–55, 257–73, 277
-, mills, 254, 259, 272
-, monastery, 5, 252, 259, 273
-, nonconformity, 277
-, Owdeswell, 252, 255, 270, 273, 279 chapel, 274, 276
-, manor (and farm), 200, 249, 268–72
-, parish officers, 273
-, peculiar, 65, 274
-, poor relief, 273
-, population, 251
-, reading room, 259
-, rectors, 65, 270–1, 274, 277–9; see also Grisdale, Benj.; Lawrence, John
-, rectory, 274–5
-, estate, 257, 258, 264, 269–71, 274
-, house, 253, 271, 274–5; Plate 25
-, roads, 5, 32, 248, 251–2, 257
-, Rossley, see Dowdeswell
-, schools, 253, 278–9
-, settlement, 252–8
-, Staple farm, 257–8, 265–9, 271
-, Thorndale (formerly Thorndean), 6, 251–2, 255–6, 264, 271–2, 274
-, tithes, 274, 276
-, trades, 272–3
-, Upcote, 252, 257–8, 260, 265, 267–9, 271–2
-, Withington Court, 253–4, 259, 269–70; Plate 11
-, woodland, 4, 7, 250–1, 260, 270
-, see also Andoversford; Ayles wood; Compton, Cassey

withy beds, 217

Witney (Oxon.), 120, 129, 131, 174, 272 n

Woderone, Ingram, rector of Stowell, later of Hampnett, 89

Wontley, see Cleeve, Bishop's

Wood:
-, Geo. (d. 1931), 14, 96
-, Geo. (d. 1971), 14, 96
-, Jas. Hall, 14
-, John, 183
-, Marian, w. of Geo. (d. 1931), 96
-, Marian, m. David Tongue, 96
-, Mary Dun, m. Leslie Ray, 14, 96

Woodland Trust, 44

Woodville, Edw., 51

Wolgrave, John, see Dunce

wool trade, 6, 40, 106, 111, 127–8, 133, 137
-, woolmen and wool merchants, 75, 78, 111, 113, 118, 122, 127–8, 139–40, 186, 201, 214, 260

Worcester, bishops of, 1–2, 254, 258, 273–4
-, estates of, 6, 12, 14, 17, 43, 50–1, 64, 147–8, 151, 173, 239, 248–50, 259–61, 263–4, 266–8, 270–3
-, see also Blois, Wm. de; Bullingham, John; Bullingham, Nic.; Cantilupe, Wal.; Carpenter, John; Coenwald; Denebeorht; Eldred; Giffard, Godfrey; Milred; Wulfstan

Worcester, earl of, see Beauchamp, Ric.

Worcester, 23, 90, 108, 186
-, cathedral:
-, dean, 276
-, prior and monks, 274

Worcestershire, 158; and see Blockley; Bredon; Croome, Hill; Droitwich; Elmley Lovett; Evesham; Kempsey; Lench, Church; Longdon; Malvern, Great; Ripple; Staunton; Tardebigge; Worcester

workhouses, see Northleach

Wright:
-, Chris., 23, 26
-, Hen., 244
-, John, 264
-, Rob., 173

writs, return of, 273
-, service of carrying, 260

Wulfheard, bishop of Hereford, 173

Wulfstan, bishop of Worcester, 83, 147

Wulfward (fl. 1066), 158

Wyatt, Edwin, 95

Wycomb, see Whittington

Wye:
-, Gillian, w. of Thos., m. 2 John Throckmorton, 57
-, Thos., 57

Wyford:
-, Eleanor, 84
-, Thos. of, 84

Y.

Yanworth, in Hazleton, 1, 91–106, 109, 210
-, agriculture, 98–100, 214–15
-, boundaries, 91, 209
-, castle (possible), 94
-, church, 27, 88, 94, 102–5, 135, 215
-, church house, 94
-, civil parish, 91, 208, 215
-, commons, 92, 99
-, court, 3, 99, 101
-, Enworth (old name of Yanworth), 91
-, farms, 86, 99–100
-, fields, 99, 214
-, manor, 6, 92, 96–100, 163, 209, 211, 214
-, mill, 99–100
-, parish officers, 101
-, poor relief, 101
-, population, 92, 209
-, reading room, 94–5
-, roads, 32
-, schools, 94, 105–6
-, settlement, 94
-, trades, 101
-, woodland, 92, 98–9, 101

Yardley, Geo., rector of Notgrove, 153

Yate:
-, Ric., 79
-, Simon, 198
-, Thos., 198, 200

Yiangou, Peter, 175

York, archbishops of, 33–4, 36, 38–9, 210, 214; see also Eldred; Bayeux, Thos. of

York, duke of, see Plantagenet, Edw.

Yorkshire (West Riding), see Leeds

Young:
-, Mary, see Pyrke
-, Simon, 269
-, family, 268



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