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Elizabeth Crittall (editor) R. W. Dunning, K. H. Rogers, P. A. Spalding, Colin Shrimpton, Janet H. Stevenson, Margaret Tomlinson

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1970

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

The following abbreviations are used: abp., archbishop; adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; b., born; Bart., Bartholomew; Ben., Benjamin; bp., bishop; br., bridge; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; cath., cathedral; cent., century; ch., church; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charities; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; Co., Company; coll., college; ctss., countess; d., died; D. and C., Dean and Chapter; Dan., Daniel; dchss., duchess; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., floruit; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; geol., geology; Gilb., Gilbert; govt., government; Hen., Henry; ho., house; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katharine; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Ld., Lord; m., married; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; mchnss., marchioness; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; par., parish; Parl. rep., Parliamentary representation; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pop., population; prot. nonconf., protestant nonconformity; R. D., Rural District; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rly., railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom. Cath., Roman Catholicism; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sim., Simon; soc., society; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; succ., succeeded; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; U.D.C., Urban District Council; univ., university; vct., viscount; vctss., viscountess; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

A.

Abingdon, earl of, see Bertie

Addison, Jos., 63; Lancelot, vicar of Hilmarton, 63

Admiralty, 131

Adulf (fl. 940), 67

Aesculapius, carving of, 173

Aethelbald (fl. 755), 95

Aethelmaer (fl. 983), 29

Aethelwine (fl. 983), 29

Affleck, Wm., 130

Agincourt, battle of, 191

Ailesbury, earl of, see Bruce (Thos.); mchnss. of, see Brudenell-Bruce (Maria Eliz.)

Air Ministry, 94, 95, 97, 98

Aircraft-manufacturing ind., 130

Airey House, 117

Aldbourne, 1, 28, 74, 121, 179; and see Upham

Aldermaston (Berks.), 176

Alderton, 122

Alet, — (fl. 1413), 121

Alexander III, Pope, 11

Alfred, king of the West Saxons, 10

Alfric (fl. 1060), 27, 53

Alfric the little (fl. 1086), 52, 56, 169, 171

Algar (fl. 1086), 169, 171

Allen, John, 14; Wm., 169

Allworth, — (fl. 1556), 123

Alnod (fl. 1066), 122, 123

Alric (fl. 1086), 169, 171

Alwin (fl. 1066), 95

Amalgamated Livestock Auctioneers, 132

America, 86, 177

Amesbury, Mic. of, abbot of Glastonbury, 13

Amesbury, priory and prioress of, 39, 40, 178, 179, 182

Amesbury, Great, man., 55

Anabaptists, 74, 184–5

Ancient Catholic Church (Syrian), 159

Anderson, Alex., 161, 167

Andover (Hants), 115

Anglo-Catholicism, 149

Anne of Cleeves, queen of Henry VIII, 61, 119

Anne, queen, 79

Ansfrid (fl. 1086), 27, 32, 33

Ansley, Ben., 53

Appryce, Thos., 69

Archer fam., 127

Arkell, Thos., 39; W.J., 104

Arnold-Forster, H. O., 82; John A., 82; Mary, see Story-Maskelyne; Nigel M., 82

Arsic fam., 121

Arundel, Sir Thos., 72; fam., 203

Aschil (fl. 1060), 52

Ashbury (Berks.), 16, 177; rector of, 20

Ashley, in Box, 123

Ashton Giffard, in Codford St. Peter, 82

Ashton Keynes, 202

Assemblies of God, 158

Astley, Eliz., 177

Atkyns, John, 39

Attersol, John, 200, 201

Aubrey, John, 21, 77, 84, 87, 88, 89, 105, 126, 127, 132, 186

Audley, Edm., bp. of Salisbury, 123; Hugh, 29, 32

Augustus, prior of St. John (Cricklade), 121

Aumale, ctss. of, see Forz, de

Australia, 86

Avebury, 22, 57, 63; and see Beckhampton

Avenel, Christine, 120; Phil., 120; Rob., 120

Avon (Bristol), riv., 24, 186

Ayliffe, John (fl. 1562), 39; John (d. 1759), 169; fam., 39, 169

B.

Babur, Isabel, 123; John, 123

Badbury, in Chiseldon, 4, 5, 6, 8, 104, 204; agric., 14, 16–17; courts, 18; estates, 13–14; farms, 17; fields, 17; houses, 9; inc., 17; man., 11–12; man.-ho., 12; mill, 9, 18; pop., 8; prot. nonconf., 22; tithes, 19, 20

Badbury Wick, in Chiseldon, 8, 13, 17; immigrant workers, 17

Badlesmere, Giles, 82; Marg., m. John Tibetot, 82

Badmynton, de, Eleanor, 171; Hen., 171

Baily (Bailly, Bayley), H. G., vicar of Swindon, 147; Dr. Wal., 20; Wm., 171; fam., 64

Baker, Jas., 99; John, vicar of Chiseldon, 21, 22; Mary, 99

Balle Roos (stallion), 194

Banister, Julian, 121

Baptists, 22, 41, 151, 152, 153, 156– 157, 173, 213; Particular, 62, 64, 103, 152, 153, 157, 185; Welsh, 152

Barlet, John, 121

Barlow, Eleanor, m. John Cowper, 57; John, 57; Mat. (fl. 1682), 57; Mat. (d. 1723), 57

Barnabe, John, 19

Barnard, Agnes, 33; Hugh, 33; John (d. 1348), 33; John (fl. 1348), 33; Mic., 33; Rob. (d. by 1201), 33; Rob. (fl. 1366), 33; fam., 33

Barnes, David, 170; Gerard Jas. (later Buxton), 170

Barneville, Ralph de, 57

Barratt, Thos., 189

Bartlett, Wm., 201

Barwicke, John, 39

Baskerville, Francis, 33; Thos., 33, 83; fam., 33

Basset, Alan, 28, 33, 189, 190, 192, 196, 197, 201; Aline, m. (1) Hugh le Despenser (2) Rog. Bigod, 190; Fulk, bp. of London, 121, 190; Gilb., 4, 121, 186, 189, 190, 192; Sir Phil., 37, 187, 190, 194, 201; fam., 28, 187, 190, 192, 194, 196

Basset Down, in Lydiard Tregoze, 75, 77, 122; estate, 82; ho., 82; Saxon cemetery, 77

Bath (Som.), 115, 132, 154, 176; bp. of, 4, 5, 11, and see Jocelin, Savaric, Walter; see of, 11; training coll., 165

Battersea (Surr.), 89; man., 79; sch., 78

Bayeux, bp. of, 31, 33, 119, 124, 131; and see Odo

Bayeux Tapestry, 121

Bayley, see Baily

Baynard, Edm., 53; Edw. (d. 1575), 53; Edw. (fl. 1616), 53; Eleanor, see Bluet; Phil. (d. 1415), 53, 60, 61; Phil. (fl. 1437), 53; Phil. (d. 1521), 53; Rob. (d. 1437), 53; Rob. (d. 1501), 53; Rob. (d. 1535), 53; Rob. (fl. 1575), 53; fam., 53

Baynton, Sir Edw., 57; Hen., 95; Joan, 95; Rob., 57; Wal., 95; fam., 95

Beanacre, in Melksham, 57

Beauchamp, Anne, ctss. of Warwick (d. 1490), 29; Edith, 79, 83, 86; Eleanor, 45; Eliz., ctss. of Warwick (d. 1422), see Berkeley; Eliz. (d. c. 1480), 45; Isabel, see Despenser; John (d. 1412), 79, 83, 86; John (d. 1420), 79; Marg., m. John Talbot, 45, 121; Marg., m. (1) Oliver St. John (2) John Beaufort, 79, 88; Ric., Ld. Bergavenny (d. 1422), 29; Ric., earl of Warwick (d. 1439), 29, 45, 121; Rog. (d. 1380), 83, 86; Rog. (d. 1406), 79; Sybil, 79, 86

Beaufort, dukes of, see Somerset

Beaufort, John, duke of Somerset (d. 1444), 79; Marg., dchss. of Somerset, see Beauchamp; Marg., m. Edm. Tudor, 79

Beauvoir, Wm. de, 33

Beckett, Margery, see Pexsall; Oliver, 94

Beckhampton, Hamon of, 32

Beckhampton, in Avebury, 32

Bede, Ellis, 181; John, 181

Beere, Ric., abbot of Glastonbury, 16

Belcher, Jonathan, 17

Bell, John Wm., 177

Benet, Sir John, 83; Thos. (d. 1670), 31; Thos. (fl. 1670), 31; Thos. (fl. 1714), 56

Beresford, John, 33; Ric., 33

Bergavenny, Ld., see Beauchamp (Ric.), Nevill (Geo.)

Berkeley, Eliz., m. Ric. Beauchamp, 45, 121; Eliz. (wife of John Symes), see Norborne; Eliz., m. Chas. Noel Somerset, 53; John Symes, 53, 55; Marg., see Lisle; Norborne, baron Botetourt (d. 1770), 53, 58, 61; Thos., Ld. Berkeley (d. c. 1417), 45, 121; Wm., Ld. Berkeley (fl. 1417), 122

Berkley (Som.), 169

Berkshire, 35; sheriff of, 80

Berkshire Estates Co., 112

Berry, Jeremiah, 100; Rob., 18, 67

Bertie, Eleanor, ctss. of Abingdon, see Lee; Jas., earl of Abingdon (d. 1699), 95, 99; Montague, earl of Abingdon (d. 1743), 95

Berton, Ric., 193; Wal., 193

Bertram, Bertram, and Rice, architects, 139

Berwick, of, Gilb., 28, 191; Sim., 13; Wm., 13

Berwick Bassett, 22, 33, 193

Besant, Thos., 74

Besil, Edw., 32; John, 32; Mat. (d. 1269), 32; Mat. (d. 1361), 32; Pet. (d. 1327), 32; Pet. (fl. 1381), 32

Beswick, R. E. E., 150

Beswick (R. J.) and Son, architects, 151

Bevan, John, 149

Beversbrook, in Hilmarton, 3, 4, 49; agric., 58, 59; chap., 61, 64; farm, 59, 62; man., 56; pop., 51; woodland, 58

Bevir fam., 189

Bevir and Sons, solicitors, 189

Bigod, Aline, see Basset; Eliz., 86; Rog., earl of Norfolk (d. 1306), 53, 121, 190; fam., 52

Bincknoll, in Broad Hinton, 3, 4, 5; man., 82, 84

Bingham, of, Clemence, 55; Wm. (fl. 1242), 55; Wm. (fl. 1305), 55

Binyon, Brightwen, 136

Bisham (Berks.), priory, 61, 62

Bishopstone, 34 n, 177

Blackgrove hund., 1, 3, 4, 5; meetingplace, 5

Blackman, Eliz., 64

Blagrove, Rebecca, see Hedges; Thos., 124

Blake, Hen., vicar of Clyffe Pypard, 40; Rog., 201

Blackett, John, 68

Blanch-Lely Ltd., agricultural engineers, 196, 197

Bletsoe (Beds.), 79

Blois, Hen. of, bp. of Winchester, 11

Blount, le, Pet., 177; Thos., 177

Bluet, Eleanor (d. 1348), 53, 57; Eleanor, m. Edm. Baynard, 53; John (fl. 1308), 52, 53, 60; Sir John (d. by 1348), 53; Marg., m. Wm. de Cusance, 53; Margery, 53; Ralph, 56; Rog., 52, 57

Blunsdon St. Andrew, 10

Blunt, le, And. (fl. 1242), 56; And. (fl. 1337), 56; Hugh, 56; Sir John (d. 1383), 56; Sir John (fl. 1406), 56; Rob., 56; fam., 56

Bocland, Joan de, 12

Bohun, de, Edw. (d. 1334), 28, 191; Hen., earl of Hereford (d. 1220), 95; Humph. (d. 1187), 31, 95; Humph., earl of Hereford (d. 1275), 56, 95, 177; Humph., earl of Hereford (d. 1373), 31, 95, 96, 177; Marg. (d. 1341), 28, 95; Mary, m. Hen. of Bolingbroke, 177; Mary, m. Hen., earl of Derby, 95; Maud, 31; fam., 31, 95

Bolingbroke, vct., see St. John

Bolingbroke, Hen. of, 177; Mary, see Bohun

Bolle, Ralph, 193

Bolleville, de, Anne, 57; Chas. Francis de Chartier, 57

Bolt, — (fl. 1921), 54, 55

Boniface IX, Pope, 201

'Boreton', see Bupton

Borough Press, 144

Boroughbridge, battle of, 78

Boteler (Botiller), Agnes, 55; Alice, 176; John, 55; Ralph, Ld. Sudeley (d. 1473), 176; Wal., 55

Botetourt, baron, see Berkeley (Norborne)

Botiller, see Boteler

Boulter fam., 196

Bourne, Hugh, 152, 203

Bourton (Berks.), 123

Bouverie, Harriet, see Pleydell; Jacob Pleydell-, earl of Radnor (d. 1828), 97, 193; Wm., earl of Radnor (d. 1765), 97; Wm. Pleydell-, earl of Radnor (d. 1869), 196, 201; fam., 97

Bowerman, Wm., 45

Bowles, Wm., 121

Bowly, Ric., 167

Bowtell, Thos., 45, 48

Bowyer, Francis, 48

Box, 120; and see Ashley, Hazelbury

Boyle, Chas., vct. Dungarven (d. 1694), 81; Jane, see Seymour

Bradenstoke, John of, see Russell (John)

Bradenstoke ('Stoche', Bradenstokecum-Clack), in Lyneham, 90, 91; adv., 102; agric., 97, 98; canons of, 100, 101, 179; chapelry, 100, 102; char., 104; ch., 102–3, 171; fairs, 99; houses, †63, 93; man., 31, 94– 95; man.-ho., 95; market, 99; market cross, 93; mills, 99; pl.name, 90–1; prior and priory, 4, 5, 46, 56, 57, 58, 82, 83, 86, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 169; prot. nonconf., 103; roads, 93; sch., 103, 104; tithes, 101; vicarage ho., 102; village, 93

Bradford, Charlotte, 148; Chas., vicar of Clyffe Pypard, 40; Cornelius, 83; Jas., 176; Jas. Edw. Goddard, 148, 167; fam., 81, 83

Bradley, Edwin, 128

Bradley, Messrs. Edwin H., building constructors, 128

Brakspear, Sir Harold, 148, 151; Oswald, 182

Branton, Brian of, 96

Braydon Forest, 77, 78, 90, 189, 194

Breeze, Revd. Ric., 157, 166

Bremhill, 63

Breteuil, Gilb. de, 27, 31, 32, 33, 36

Brick-making ind., 6, 17, 112, 130, 196

Brictric (fl. 1060), 55

Bridges, Ant., 94, 122, 123; Barbara, see Pexsall; Donald, 95; Edm., Ld. Chandos (d. 1572), 10, 11; Frances, 10; Giles, Ld. Chandos (d. 1593), 10, 19; Hannah, 95; John, Ld. Chandos (d. 1558), 10, 11, 19; Sir Ric., 122, 123

Brind, Ant., 179; Marg. (d. by 1740), 166, 167; Marg. (fl. 1747), 185; Thos. (d. 1559), 179, 180, 181; Thos. (fl. 1559), 179; Thos. (fl. 1633), 175; Wm., 75; fam., 179, 181

Brinkworth, 204; man., 190; prot. nonconf., 41, 64, 90, 103, 152, 203; and see Grittenham

Brinkworth Brook, 24, 27, 186, 187, 198

Brinsden, Thos., 192

Bristol, 22, 63, 68, 102, 130, 150, 173; bp. of, 86, 148, 149, 150, 151; univ. of, 143

Bristowe, Ant., 69, 71; Thos., 69; Wm. (d. 1568), 69, 71; Wm. (fl. 1615), 69

British and Foreign School Soc., 204

British Museum, 175

British Railways (Rail), 141, 142, 162; Staff Association, 142; Western Region, 129

Brito, Hawise, 44; Wal., 44

Britton, John, 105, 115

Broad Town, 5, 23, 24, 26–7; agric., 33, 34, 35, 36; area, 26; boundaries, 26; chap., 27; char., 29, 35, 36, 42– 43; ch., 38, 41, 201, 202; court, 37; farms, 27; geol., 26; houses, 27; man., 28–9, 31, 42; man.-ho., 29; mills, 37; par., 26, 38; poor relief, 37; pop., 27; prehistoric remains, 27; prot. nonconf., 41; roads, 27; schs., 42; tithes, 39; vicarage ho., 41; vicars, 41; village, 27; White Horse, 27; woodland, 26–7

Broadway, Mary, 166, 167, 185

Brocas, Anne, see Pexsall; Bernard, 94; Pexsall, 94; Rob., 94; Thos., 94

'Brokene Street', 6

Bromham, see Phelps

Bromilow and Cheers, architects, 155

Bromwich, Jas., 63

Broke, Chas. Langley, 168; Geo., Ld. Cobham (d. 1558), 32; Thos., Ld. Cobham (d. 1439), 81; Wm., Ld. Cobham (d. 1596), 82; fam., 32

Brooks, Hen., 131

Broome, Chris. Edm., 29, 30, 32, 43; Edm., 32; Francis (fl. 1721), 201; Francis (d. 1795), 29, 32; Jacob (fl. 1715), 193; Jacob Pinniger, 43; John, 193; Ralph (d. 1715), 103, 104, 193; Ralph (d. 1768), 29, 30, 32, 33; Ric. Pinniger, 29, 32; fam., 32, 33, 40

Broome, in Swindon, 4, 13, 131; agric., 124, 125; estate, 122; farms, 126; man.-ho., 122; sewage works, 136, 140; tithes, 146

Brothers, Alice, 204

Broughton Gifford, man., 120

Brown (Browne), John, 17; Rise, 127; Thos., (fl. 1571), 11; Thos., (fl. 1825), 15; W. E. N., 17, 18; see also Weare

Bruce, Eliz., see Seymour; Thos., earl of Ailesbury (d. 1741), 81

Brudenell-Bruce, Geo. Wm. Jas. Chandos, earl of Cardigan (d. 1961), 42; Maria Eliz., mchnss. of Ailesbury (d. 1891), 41

Brunel, I. K., 128, 129

Bruning (fl. 1060), 32

Brut, Rob., 99

Bruton, John, 121

Bryan, Wm., 48

Bryssett, John, 63, 64

Bubbe, Wm., 30

Buchan, D., 12; Jane, see Stone

Buckeridge, Ant., 46; Arthur, 46; Constance, 46; Thos., 46, 48

Buckle, Sir Wal., 120

Buckler, John, 88, 89, 172, 173

Buckworth (Hunts.), 148

Building ind., 112, 113, 130

Bundeysden, John, 37

Bupton ('Boreton'), in Clyffe Pypard, 3, 4, 24, 26; agric., 35, 36; earthworks, 24; man. 30–1, 33; tithes, 39

Burchall, Thos., 104

Burcy, Joan (formerly Stodlegh), 18; John, 18

Burderop ('Burithorp'), in Chiseldon, 145; agric., 14, 15, 17; Down, 6, 8, 9; farm-ho., 11; farms, 15, 16, 17; man., 8, 10–11, 15; Park, 8, 9, 10, 11, †14, 17, 23; race-meetings, 9; secondary sch., 23, teachers' training coll., 23; tithes, 20; wood, 6, 15

Burderville, Wm. of, 82, 83

Burdoun, Wal., rector of Liddington, 72

Burgages, 105, 187, 195, 199

Burgate, Picote de, 67

Burgel (fl. 1060), 27

Burgess, John, vicar of Manningford Bruce, 166

Burgesses, 83

'Burithorp', see Burderop

Burnham (Som.), ch., 86

Bury fam., 127

Bush, Thos., 154, 185

Bushton, in Clyffe Pypard, 3, 4, 24, 26, 104; agric., 33, 34, 35, 36; chap., 38, 41; man., 29–30; man.-ho., 30; place-name, 34 n; prot. nonconf., 41; sch., 42; tithes, 39

Butcher, Chas. Fred., 47

Butterfield, Wm., 40, 102

Button, Dame Eleanor, 104; Sir John, 56, 94; Mary, m. Clement Walker, 94; Rob. (d. c. 1679), 94; Sir Rob. (fl. 1710), 104; Wm. (d. 1591), 56, 57, 62, 94, 96, 99; Wm. (d. 1599), 94; Sir Wm. (d. 1654), 68, 94, 96, 101; Wm. (d. 1659), 94; fam., 56, 96, 98

Buxton, Eliz., see Jacob; Gerard Jas. (formerly Barnes), 170; Sir John Jacob, 30, 170, 196, 201; Maud Isabel, 170; Sir Rob. Jacob, 30, 170; Sir Rob. John, 169, 170; Lady — (fl. 1859), 173; fam., 30, 170

By-the-water, Joan, 194; Ric., 194

Byrd, Isabel, 12; John, 12

C.

Cabinet-making ind., 130

Calderwood, J. L., 141

Calley, Arabella, 21; Chris., 54; Eliz. (fl. 1677), 23; Eliz. (later Haverfield), 15; Hen., 10, 23, 46, 47; Isabel (fl. 1542), 54; Isabel (fl. 1723), 14; Joan Marion, 10, 19, 48; John (fl. 1542), 54; John (d. 1595), 54, 58, 61; John Jas., 10, 20, 23; Martha (fl. 1595), 54, 58, 61; Martha (fl. 1649), m. John Jacob, 54, 61; Oliver (d. 1684), 10; Oliver (d. 1715), 10; Ralph, 54; Rog., 54, 61; Thos. (d. 1836), 9, 10; Thos. Browne (d. 1791), 10, 15, 20; Gen. Thos. Chas. Pleydell, 10, 16, 22, 48; Wm. (d. c. 1515), 54; Wm. (d. 1630), 54; Sir Wm. (d. 1641), 9, 10, 11, 15, 19, 49; Wm. (d. 1660), 10, 19, 21, 49; Wm. (d. 1670), 10, 11, 23; Wm. (d. 1768), 10; fam., 10, 11, 19, 21

Calne, 53, 54, 103; borough, 199 n; hund. of, 3, 49, 51; and see Whitley

Calston, Margery, 18; Thos., 18

Campbell, W. Hinton, 41

Campden, John, rector of Clyffe Pypard, 40

Canada, 175

Canals, 8, 77, 78, 85, 93, 105, 108, 127, 128, 136, 187, 196; and see North Wilts. canal, Wilts. and Berks. canal

Canning, John, 15; Ric., 15

Cannings, Wal., 193

Cannings, hund. of, 3, 24, 26, 30

Cannings, Bishop's, man. of, 30

Cannon, Chas., 185

Canterbury, 175; abp. of, see Cranmer, Dunstan, Moore (John)

Canut, see Croc

Capel, Charlotte, m. Thos. Villiers, 191

Cardeville, de, Agnes, 10; Alice, 10; John, 10; Thos. (fl. 1236), 10; Thos. (fl. 1305), 10; fam., 8, 10

'Cardevilleswick', in Chiseldon, 8, 10

Cardigan, earl of, see Brudenell-Bruce

Carpenter, John, 39

Carr, Victor, 31

Castle Combe, barony of, 32, 82

Castlehaven, earl of, see Tuchet

Castletown, Thos., 193

Catcomb, in Hilmarton, 49; farm, 59; geol., 51; man., 57; pop., 51; prot. nonconf., 64; quarries, 60; wood, 51, 59

Catherine, see Katharine, Katherine

Caulfield, Anne, 57; Wade Toby, 57

Cecily, dchss. of York (d. 1495), 191

Cellular Clothing Co., 130

Cennick, John, 103, 151, 152, 158

Central Electricity Board, 139

Chaddington, Thos., 45, 48, 49

Chaddington, in Lydiard Tregoze, 4; agric., 83, 85; common, 84; estate, 82; farm-hos., 82; fields, 83; inc., 84; poor relief, 85; tithes, 86

Chalfield, Great, in Atworth, 55

Champion, Alice le, 13

Chancellor, the Lord, 100, 145, 171, 182

Chandler, John, 167

Chandos, Ld., see Bridges

Chapman, Alice, 193; John, 193, 194; Wal., 193, 194

Chapp, Anne, see Phelps; Edm., 47

Charity, Commissioners, 42, 43, 75, 104, 166, 167, 186, 200

Charles I, king, 26

Charles II, king, 26, 199

Chartism, 128

Chauler, Thos., 71

Cheltenham (Glos.), 115, 129

Cheltenham and Great Western Union rly., 109

Chelvey (Berks.), 178

Cheney, Sir John, 81, 176

Chepstow (Monms.), man., 52, 57

Chesilbourne (Dors.), ch., 72, 73

Chicago (Illinois), 112

Chiddeston (Hants), 183

Chilton, Maud of, 44

Chippenham, 57, 121, 203; and see Tytherton, East

Chiseldon, of, Ric., 18; Thos., 82

Chiseldon, 6–23, 46, 47, 116, 119; adv., 19, 48; agric., 14–15; area, 6; boundaries, 6, 8; brickworks, 6, 17; camp, 6, 8, 9; char., 23; ch., 19–22, 48, 49, 73, 74; courts, 18; estates, 1, 10–14; farms, 8, 9, 15–16; fields, 15; geol., 6; houses, 9; inc., 15; ind., 17; inn, 8; local govt., 18–19; mans., 8, 10–14; mills, 17–18; nursery garden, 6; par., 3, 43, 44, 48; poor relief, 19; pop., 8; prehistoric remains, 8; prot. nonconf., 22; rly., 6, 8, †14; rectors, 19, 20; rectory, 19; roads, 6; Roman remains, 8; schs., 22–3; tithes, 19– 20, 49; vicarage, 19, 20, 48; vicarage ho., 20; vicars, 19, 20, 21, 23, 48, 75; village, 8–9; woodland, 6, 14, 15; worthies, 9–10; and see Badbury, Badbury Wick, Burderop, 'Cardevilleswick', 'Cumbe', Eastrop, Hodson, 'Monkebaron', Westrop

Christadelphians, 158

Christian Brethren, 153, 155, 158

Christian Malford, 102, 104

Christian Science Soc., 158

Church, Frances, 41; John, 41

Church of Christ, 158

Church Property, Trustees for the Sale of, 178

Churchill, John, duke of Marlborough (d. 1722), 67, 123; John Winston Spencer, duke of Marlborough (d. 1883), 69

Chute, 13

Chyriel, John, 64

Cistercian Order, 87

City of Gloucester Banking Co., 128

Clack (in Lyneham), Mount, 91; pl.-name, 90, 91; and see Bradenstoke

Clapper, — (fl. 1850), 155

Clarendon, earls of, 85, 191, 192, 195, 198, 201, 204; and see Hyde, Villiers

Clarke, Dr. Geo., 55

Clatford priory, 179

Cleeves, Anne of, see Anne of Cleeves

Clevancy ('Clive'), in Hilmarton, 4, 5, 24, 26, 51; agric., 58, 59; farm, 59; fields, 59; man., 53–4, 55, 61; Mission Hall, 64; place-name, 51, 54; pop., 51; tithes, 61, 62; woodland, 58

Clifford, Isaac, 64

'Clive', 190 n; and see Clevancy, Clyffe Pypard

Cloth ind., 1, 60, 85, 130, 196

Clutterbuck, Mary, 173

Clyffe Pypard ('Clive'), 3, 4, 5, 23–43, †63; adv., 38; agric., 33–6; area, 23; boundaries, 23; char., 42–3; chs., 38–41; courts, 37, 60; estates, 27–33; fields, 33, 34, 35, 36; geol., 24; inc., 34, 35; local govt., 37–8; man.-ho., 24, 28; mans., 27–33; mills, 36–7; place-name, 24; poor relief, 37; pop., 26; prehistoric remains, 24; prot. nonconf., 41; rectors, 38, 40; roads, 26; Rom. Cath., 41; schs., 41–2; tithes, 39; vicarage, 38, 39, 171; vicarage ho., 39–40; vicars, 38, 39, 40; village, 24; water supply, 24; woodland, 24, 33, 34, 36; worthies, 26; and see Bupton, Bushton, Thornhill, Woodhill

Clyne, John, 30

Coate, John of, vicar of Liddington, 72

Coate, in Liddington, 6, 8, 65–6, 113; agric., 70; area, 66; boundaries, 66; char., 75; estate, 67, 123; farm, 8, 9, 67, 71, 139; inc., 71; pop., 66; prot. nonconf., 22, 74; tithes, 73

Coate Water, 6, 8, 65, 105, 107, 108, 116, 139

Cobbett, Wm., 85, 108

Cobham, Agnes, 32; Edw., 28; Hen., Ld. Cobham (d. 1339), 28, 81; Hen. (fl. 1428), 28; Joan, m. Mic. Columbers, 27; John de (d. 1300), 27, 28, 81; John, Ld. Cobham (d. 1355), 28, 32, 38, 81; John, Ld. Cobham (d. 1408), 28, 38; John (fl. 1428), 28; Rog. de, 28; Thos. (fl. 1343), 28, 32, 38; Thos. (fl. 1428), 28; Wm. (fl. 1510), 28; fam., 28, 32, 40, 81; and see Brooke

Cobham of Kent, barony of, 32

Codex Wintoniensis, 29

Codford St. Mary, rectory, 147

Codrington, Oliver Calley, 13; Wm., 13

Colbourne, Arthur Jos., 168

Colcote, de, Maud, 131; Rob., 131

Cole, Jas., curate of Lyncham, 101; John, 193; Maria, 95; Rob., 84

Cole (Eric) and Partners, architects, 154

Cole, riv., 6, 18, 65, 66, 105, 174

Collet, Eliz., 14; Hen. (fl. 1602), 14; Hen. (fl. 1687), 14; Ric., 14; Wm., 14; fam., 14

Collier, Chas., 130

Collins, Mrs. Martha, 86

Columbers, Joan, see Cobham; Mat., 27, 28, 32, 38, 81; Maud, 28, 38; Mic., 27

Commeline, Sam., 68

Compton, Chas., 104, 204; Hen., Ld. Compton (d. 1589), 81, 82, 83; Hen., bp of London, 22, 41, 74, 173, 185, 203; Pet., 81; Rob., 100, 101; Susanna, see Long; Sir Wm. (d. 1528), 81; Wm., Ld. Compton (d. 1630), 81, 82

Compton (J.) and Co., clothiers, 130

Compton Abbas (Dors.), 72, 73

Compton Bassett, 49; and see Cowage

Congregationalists, 64, 74, 103, 117, 152, 153, 154, 203

Cooper, Cropley Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury (d. 1851), 73; Eliz., 160, 161, 167; Jos., 160, 161, 167; and see Cowper

Cor, Rob., 89; Wm., 80

Cornwall, earl of, see Richard

Corsham, 170

Corton, of, Rog., 54; Wm., 54

Corton, in Hilmarton, 5, 30; adv., 63; agric., 59; chap., 61, 63–4; court, 60; farm-houses, 54, 55; fields, 59; geol., 51; man., 54–5; pop., 51; Roman remains, 51; tithes, 61, 62, 63–4

Costard, Ric., 181

Costow, in Wroughton, 4

Cotgrave, Eleanor, m. (1) Ric. Pexsall (2) John Savage, 94

Cotteleye, de, John, 177; Nic., 177

Cottington, Sir Francis, 9

Cotton, Francis, 94; Margery, see Pexsall

Coventry, John, 181; Thos., 179; fam., 179, 181

Cow and Gate Co., 196

Cowage, in Compton Bassett, 29, 49, 52, 59

Cowage brook, 51, 91

Cowell, Clara, 166; Ellen, 166

Cowie, Emily, 158

Cowper, Anne, 57; Eleanor, see Barlow; John (fl. 1763), 57; John (d. by 1786), 57; and see Cooper

Cox (Coxe), John, 82; John Hippisley, 82; Wm., 22; fam., 127

Cranmer, Thos., abp. of Canterbury, 175

Cresby, John, 14; Mary Anne, 14; Thos., 14

Crew, Nat., baron Crew (d. 1722), bp. of Durham, 72

Cricklade, John of, 96

Cricklade, 8, 31, 33, 83, 198; prior of, see Augustus

Cricklade and Wootton Bassett Poor Law Union, 200

Cricklade and Wootton Bassett R.D.C., 189, 200

Cripps, Edw., 71; W. H., 156; Wm., 189

Crispin, Miles, 28, 33, 34, 44, 56, 123, 124, 190, 197

Croc (or Canut), see Croke

Croc the huntsman, 44

Croke, Alice, 44; Hen., 44; Humph., 44, 46; John, 44; Nic. (grandson of Alice), 44; Nic. (d. ante 1412), 44; Reynold (fl. 1086), 44; 123, Reynold (d. 1297), 44; Reynold (fl. 1324), 44, 123; Rob., 44, 46; Thos., 44; Wal. (fl. 1166), 123; Wal. (fl. 1220), 44, 46; fam., 44, 123

Croft, Jas. Halls, 177; Sir John (d. 1797), 177; John (d. 1822), 177

Crompton, Thos., 98, 99

Cromwell, Thos., 56

Crowdy, Eliz. Henrietta, 73; Francis, 13; Jas., 167; fam., 13

Crudwell, 197

Cruse fam., 203

Cullum, John, 131

Culme, Ben., 89; Deborah, see Pleydell

'Cumbe', in Chiseldon, 8, 14

Cunetio, road to, 174

Cusance, de, Marg., see Bluet; Pet., 53; Wm., 53

Cuss (Cusse), Hen., 29, 131, 166

D.

Dairy Supply Co., 189, 196

Dale, Wm., 83, 84

Damerham, South (Hants since 1895), 16

Danby, earl of, see Danvers (Hen.)

Dancastle, John, 193 n; fam., 193

Danvers, Anne (d. 1539), 98; Anne, m. Sir Hen. Lee, 95; Chas., 95; Eliz., 95; Hen., earl of Danby (d. 1644), 94, 95; Hen. (fl. 1698), 100; Joan, 55; Sir John (d. 1514), 98; John (d. 1556), 98; Sir John (d. 1594), 94, 98; John (d. 1655), 95; John (d. 1699), 170; Mary, see Wolnall; Maud, 55; Ric., 98, 169, 170; Rob. Wright alias Villiers alias Danvers, 95; Thos., 55; Wm., 98, 170

Darcy, Conyers, earl of Holderness (d. 1692), 81; Frances, see Seymour

Darell, Sir Edw. (d. 1530), 176; Edw. (d. 1549), 176, 178; Eliz., 176, 178; Sir John, 176; Thos., 176; Wm., 176, 178

Dauntsey, Ambrose, 30; John, 55; Wm., 28, 30

Dauntsey, 84, 196

Dayley, Wm., 13

Deacon, Hen. Jas., 167, 186

Deacon and Liddiard, auctioneers, 133

Derby, Hen., earl of (later Henry IV), 95; Mary, see Bohun

Derby, Wm., of, 38

Despenser, le, Aline, see Basset; Edw. (d. 1342), 28; Edw. (d. 1375), 28; Gilb., 28; Hugh (d. 1265), 190; Hugh (d. 1326), 28, 33, 78, 83, 84, 169, 190, 193, 198; Hugh (d. 1349), 28, 198; Isabel, m. Ric. Beauchamp, 29; Thos., earl of Gloucester (d. 1400), 29, 55

Deval, John (the younger), 40

Devereux, Edw., vct. Hereford (d. 1700), 53, 55; Eliz., see Norborne

Devizes, 39, 105, 185; cast., 30

Devon, earl and ctss. of, see Reviers

Dewell, Tim., rector of Lydiard Tregoze, 87, 88, 90, 131

'Dick Whittington' (play), 143

Dickerson, Ric., 122

Dickson, Rear-Adm. J. B., 53; John Poynder (later Dickson-Poynder), baron Islington (d. 1936), 53; Sarah Matilda, see Poynder

Dickson-Poynder, John, see Dickson; Wm., 97

Diocesan Board of Patronage, 201

Disney, Ant., 178

Dobyns, Agnes, 10; Thos., 10

Dodeford, de, Hugh, 54; Muriel, see Lovel; Rob., 54, 58; Thos., (fl. 1242), 53–4, 58; Thos., (fl. 1268), 54; Wm. (fl. 1230), 53; Wm. (fl. 1294), 54

Domesday Survey, 10, 11, 15, 24, 27, 33, 34, 36, 44, 47, 52, 53, 54, 56, 58, 67, 69, 71, 77, 82, 91, 93, 95, 97, 99, 105, 123, 124, 131, 169, 171, 174, 190 n

'Dorcan', the (stream), 6

Dore, Wm., 132

Doun (fl. 1066), 95

Dover, cast., 121; honor of, 121

Doygnel, Agnes, 177; Guy, 96; Pet., 96, 177; Silvester, 96; fam., 67, 98

Dracut, see Draycot

Dracut Diorite, 44

Drake and Pizey, architects, 143

Draycot, later Dracut (Mass.), 44

Draycot Foliat, 4, 43–9, 123; adv., 48; agric., 47; area, 43; boundaries, 43, 44; bowl barrow, 43; ch., 21, 48–9; court, 47–8; estates, 1, 12, 46–7; farms, 47; fields, 47; geol., 43; houses, 44; local govt., 47–8; man., 44–6; par., 6; parsonage ho., 49; place-name, 43; pop., 8, 44; rectors, 48; rectory, 48, 49; roads, 44; tithes, 48–9; village, 44

Dublin, Trinity coll., 146

Duckett, Eliz., see Horne; Owen, 30; Rob., 30

Dudley, John, earl of Warwick (d. 1554), 191

Duncan, John, curate of Lyneham, 102

Dunch, Wm., (fl. 1551) 57; Wm. (fl. 1633), 57

Dungarven, vct., see Boyle (Chas)

Dunstan, St., abp. of Canterbury, 11

Dunstanville, de, Adeliza, see Lisle; Reynold, 32; Wal., 32, 82; fam., 32

Durham, bp. of, see Crew

Durocornovium, 174

Durston, Wm., rector of Tockenham, 172, 173

Duvall, Eliz., 95; John, 95

E.

Eadred, king, 11

Eanberht, abbot of Malmesbury, 95

Earl Marshal, the, 4, 5, 33, 52, 54, 56, 57, 81, 198

Earlscourt, of, Alice, 67; John, 67; Oliver, 12; Ric., 177; Steph., 177; Wm., 67

Earp, Thos., 202

Easiform House, 117

Eastcott, in Swindon, 105, 108, 109, 110, 115, 141, 146, 161; agric., 124, 125, 126; farms, 126, 145, 146; houses, 112; man., 121–2, 124; man.-ho., 111; mill, 131

Eastman, G. R. T., 48; Geo., rector of Draycot Foliat, 48

Eastrop, in Chiseldon, 5, 8, 14, 15

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 41, 101, 102, 148, 178, 182

Eddulf (fl. 1060), 31

Edgar, king, 52, 56

Edge, Marg., see Horne; Rob., 30

Edinburgh, duke of, see Philip

Edington, priory, 184

Edmund, king, 67

Edmund, duke of York (d. 1402), 191

Education, Board of, 160, 166

Education Acts, 140, 159, 160

Edward the Elder, king, 10, 19

Edward the Confessor, king, 94, 95, 190

Edward II, king, 190

Edward III, king, 28, 191

Edward IV, king, 191

Edward VI, king, 29, 40, 191, 202

Edward VIII, king, 141

Edward, duke of York (d. 1415), 29, 186 n, 191

Edward the miller (fl. 1150), 71

Edwards, Jas., 141, 152, 155; Thos., 141, 152, 155; fam., 152

Edwin (fl. 1060), 32

Egremont, earl of, see Wyndham

Elcombe, Joan, 96; John, 96

Elcombe, in Wroughton, 3, 4, 82

'Eldene Hegheway', 6

Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance, 159

Eliot (Elyot), Sir Ric., 176; Wal., rector of Lydiard Tregoze, 87

Elizabeth I, queen, 72, 94, 191

Elizabeth II, queen, 140

Elksted, Alice, m. John Russell, 55

Elstub hund., 3, 4, 24

Elyot, see Eliot

Englefield, Sir Francis (d. 1587), 191, 193, 195, 203, 204; Sir Francis (d. 1631), 191, 193, 197, 199; Sir Francis (d. 1656), 191; Sir Francis (d. 1665), 191; Honoria, 191; John, 191; Sir Thos., 191; fam., 190, 193, 195

Englefield Ho. (Berks.), 191

Engleschevill, de, Alice, 32; Theobald, 32; Wm., 32

English Church Union, 149

Ermine Street, 174, 175

Escorcheville, Ric., 32; fam., 32

Essex, Thos., 11, 178; Sir Wm., 11

Estbury, Ric., 13

Estecourte, Thos., 96

Etal (Northumb.), 45

Ethelred II, king, 29

Ethelwulf, king of the West Saxons, 95, 176, 179

Etigny, Marg. Eliz., baroness d'. (fl. 1876), 177

Eton coll., 40

Eu, Wm. of, 52, 56, 60

Evangelical Free Church, 154

Evans, Eliz., 167

Evelyn, Geo., 58

Even Swindon, in Swindon, 113, 116, 138, 143; man., 120–1; prot. nonconf., 153; schs., 159, 164

Evening Advertiser, 144

Everard, Gillian, 13; John (fl. 1269), 13; John (d. 1414), 124; Wm., 124; — (fl. 1198), 124; — (fl. 1235), 13

Evered alias Webb, Dan., 47; John (fl. 1616), 46; John (fl. 1659), 44; John (fl. 17th cent.), 46; Noah (d. 1641), 46; Noah (fl. 1714), 47; Stephen (d.c. 1667), 46; Stephen (fl. 17th cent.), 46–7

Evesham, battle of, 190

Ewelme (Oxon.), honor of, 47, 123

Ewen, John (fl. 1470), 13; John (d. 1705), 45, 46, 47; Mic., 45, 46; Rog. (fl. 1663), 46; Rog. (fl. 1705), 46, 47; Thos., 46; fam., 45, 127

Ewias, of, Harold, 53, 62, 78, 86; Ralph, earl of Hereford (d. 1057), 78; Rob. I, 78; Rob. II, 78; Sybil, m. Rob. Tregoze, 78

Ewias (Herefs.), cast., 78; honor of, 78; prior of, 62, 86, 87

Exeter (Devon), 149, 203; bp. of, see Grandison (John)

Eycott, J., 68; S., 68; fam., 68

F.

Fairford (Glos. ), 120

Fairs, 52, 60, 99, 105, 133, 180, 181, 197

Fairthorne, Thos., 122; Wm., 122

Farleigh, Wm. of, 33

Farleigh, Monkton, see Monkton Farleigh

Farm-machinery manufacturing ind., 130

Farmer fam., 127

Farwell, Eliz., 68; Thos., 68

Feltwell, John, rector of Chiseldon, 120; Rog., 120

Fentiman, — (fl. 1850), 166

Ferrey, Edm., 149

Ferris, John, 90; — (fl. 1921), 55

Ferynges, Geof. de, abbot of Hyde, 19, 20

Fettiplace (Fetiplace), Ant., 178, 182; Edm., 46; Jane, m. Ric. Goddard, 69

Fisher, Frances, 68, 69; Francis, vicar of Hilmarton, 63; Henrietta, m. Steph. Gythens, 68; Hen. (fl. 1623), 68; Hen. (fl. 1663), 68, 69; Jane, 68; John (fl. 1567), 68; John (fl. 1663), 68; Thos., 68, 71, 181; Wm. (d. 1585), 68, 69, 71; Wm. (d. 1663), 68, 69; fam., 69

FitzAnsculf, Wm., 31, 33, 36

FitzEllis, Eliz., m. John Russell, 55; Marg., 121; Rob., 121; Rog., 55; Wm. (fl. 1230), 55; Wm. (d. 1262), 55; Wm. (d. 1318), 55

FitzMaurice, Emily, 176, 177; Maurice 176, 177–8

FitzOsbern, Rog., earl of Hereford (succ. 1071), 27; Wm., earl of Hereford (d. 1071), 27

FitzPayne, Humph., 96

FitzWaryn, Constance, 54; Sir Phil., 54

FitzWilliam, John, 181

Foliot, Geof. (fl. 1189), 13; Geof. (fl. c. 1265), 13; Hen., 44; Rog. (d. by 1242), 13; Rog. (d. c. 1281), 44; Sampson, 4, 12, 44, 123; fam., 13, 43, 44, 123

Fontevrault (Maine-et-Loire), abbey of, 182

Fonthill Giffard, man., 55

Forde, Hen., 96

Forster, Sir Humph., 176

Forz, de Isabel, ctss. of Aumale (d. 1293), 120

Fotheringhay (Northants.), 57, 191

Foyle, Edw., 33; Joan, 33; John, 33

Fraine, Alice, m. Thos. Horne, 30; Isabel, 30; Thos., 30

Frampton, Algernon, rector of Tockenham, 172; Wm., 130

France, 189

Francis, C. W., rector of Liddington, 72

Franklin (Franklyn), Sir John, 201; Ric. (d. 1615), 201; Sir Ric. (fl. 1660), 201; fam., 192

Fransham, Rob., 100

Free Christian Church, 135

Freebody, Kath., 193

Freeman fam., 123

Frome, Anne, 201; Ric., 201

Froxfield, man., 42

Fry, Frank, 97; H., 95

Furnese, Anne, m. John St. John (d. 1748), 80

Further Education Acts (1889, 1891), 159

G.

Gal, de, Emma, see Hodson; Hen., 12

Gallimore, John, rector of Draycot Foliat, 48; John (of Wootton Bassett), 204; Wm., 145

Gamekeeper at Home, The (Richard Jefferies), 9, 10, †63

Garlick, Thos., 37

Garrard, Edw., 39; John, 34; Rog., 35; Susan, m. John Hodnett, 39; Wm., 84

Garrard Engineering and Manufacturing Co., 130

Garton, John, 177; Maud, 177

Gaunt, John of, duke of Lancaster (d. 1399), 176

Geneva congregation (1556), 175

Geoffrey, count of Perche (fl. 1066), 176

Geoffrey, count of Perche (d. 1202), 176, 177, 179

Geoffrey, prior of Bradenstoke, 46

George, Reuben, 143

Gibberd, Fred., 119

Gibbs, G. H., 148, 161

Giffard, Wm., 67

Gilbert, Thos., 66

Gillingham (Dors.), 177

Gilmore, Hen., 152

Glanville, John, 54; Wm., 54, 177; Lady — (d. c. 1789), 54; fam., 54

Glastonbury (Som.), abbey and abbots of, 4, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18; and see Amesbury, Beere, John, Michael, Robert

Gloucester, earl of, see Despenser (Thos. le)

Gloucester, of, Durand, 95, 99; Marg., m. Humph. de Bohun, 95; Miles, earl of Hereford (d. 1143), 95; Rog., 95; Wal., 95

Gloucester, 68, 89, 143; cath., 62; D. and C., 87; honor of, 55; St. Peter's abbey, 62, 78, 86, 87

Glynne, Sir Steph., 202

Goatacre, in Hilmarton, 41 n; agric., 58, 59; cloth ind., 60; common, 59; court, 60; estate, 52, 57; farms, 58, 59; fields, 58; geol., 51; houses, 52; pop., 51; prot. nonconf., 62, 64; quarries, 60; Reform Soc., 52; Roman remains, 51; sch., 65; village, 51, 52

Goddard, Ambrose (d. 1755), 46, 120, 134; Ambrose (d. 1815), 48, 68, 120, 122, 123, 176, 178, 180; Ambrose (d. 1854), 120, 122, 126, 131, 132, 147, 166; Ambrose Ayshford, 148; Ambrose Lethbridge, 48, 120, 132, 136, 138, 142, 163; Ant., 38; Edm., 166; Edw. (d. 1684), 28, 38; Edw. (d. 1791), 28, 39, 40, 48; Edw. (d. 1839), 28, 36, 40; Edw. Hesketh, 148; Edw. Hungerford, 26, 40; Fitzroy Pleydell, 120, 128, 141, 148; Frances, m. Wm. Wilson, 28; Francis (d. 1652), 28, 29, 37, 38; Francis (d. 1724), 28, 35, 36, 37; Francis (d. 1893), 40, 52 n, 62, 63; Geo. Ashe, 29, 39, 40; Horatio Nelson, 26, 28, 36, 39, 40, 41; Jane, see Fettiplace; Jessie, 148; John (d. 1542), 28, 30, 38, 179; John (d. 1567), 28; Mary, m. Thos. Vilett, 46; Pleydell (d. 1742), 48, 120, 123 n, 151, 179; Ric. (d. 1615), 69, 120; Ric. (d. 1650), 120, 123, 166, 167; Ric. (d. 1732), 120, 123, 124, 166; Ric. (d. 1844), 48; Thos. (d. 1598), 120, 131; Thos. (d. 1610), 28, 30, 37, 38; Thos. (d. 1641), 69, 120, 123, 132, 145, 146; Thos. (d. 1704), 120, 122, 127, 133; Thos. (d. 1770), 120, 161; fam., 26, 28, 32, 35, 36, 39, 40, 63, 108, 116, 120, 122, 124, 126, 132, 133, 134, 140, 145, 148, 176, 178

Godeve (fl. 1060), 27

Godric (fl. 1060), 56

Goldhyne, Margery, 131; Wm., 131

Goldney, Gabriel, 57, 95, 102; Mrs. Gabriel, 103; Gabriel Prior, 95, 102

Gooch, Sir Dan., 129, 141, 142, 149

Goodenough, Edm., vicar of Swindon, 146

Gooding, Geo., 176; Hen., 176

Goodrich (Herefs.), cast., 120

Goodwin, Wm., 64

Gorges, Ferdinando, 33

Gorse Hill, in Swindon, 113, 115, 116, 124; ch., 144, 150; club, 143; gasworks, 140; hosp., 136, 139, 140; library, 142; prot. nonconf., 152, 153, 155, 156, 157, 158; schs., 159, 163–4; tram service, 138

Gosling, Jonathan, 75

Graham, Sir Jas., 73

Grandison, de, Agnes, m. John de Northwood, 79, 83, 86; John, bp. of Exeter, 86; Mabel, m. Sir John Patshull, 79; Pet., 78, 79, 86; Sybil, see Tregoze; Wm., 78, 79, 83, 86

Grandon, Alice, 30

Gray, see Grey

Great Western Rly., 1, 91, 105, 109, 110, 111, 113, 115, 116, 119, 126, 128, 129, 130, 134, 135, 136, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 148, 149, 150, 152, 159, 161, 162, 164, 168, 169, 196; and see Swindon: chs., hospitals, housing estates, railway works, schools

Green (Grene), John, 47; Rob. atte, 13

Greenaway, Abel, 41; Mary, 64

Gregory, — (fl. 19th cent.), 22

Grene, see Green

Gresham, Mary, m. Ant. Hinton, 177; Sir Thos., 177

Grey (Gray), Sir Edw., vct. Lisle (d. 1492), 122; Eliz., see Talbot; John, vct. Lisle (d. 1504), 122; Ric., 167; Thos., 183

Grimston, Sir Sam., 42

Grinfield, Wm., 36

Grittenham, in Brinkworth, 168, 169

Gryce, Wm., 146

Gythens, Henrietta (d. 1756), 68; Henrietta (w. of Steph.), see Fisher; Rachel, 68; Steph., 68

H.

Hadow Report, 160

Hagheman, Ric., vicar of Swindon, 147

Hale, Sam., 53, 57

Halknight, Thos., 38

Hall, H. Armstrong, vicar of Swindon, 147; Rog., 131

Hamelyn, Maud, 121; Osbert, 121

Hamp, H. J., 136

Hampshire, 123

Hampstead Marshall (Berks.), 27, 52, 54, 56, 57

Hansom, C. F., 102

Harding, Anne, 14; Clement, 179; Dorothy, 14; Edith, 14; Eliz., 14; Hen., 69; Joan, 14; John, 123; Nic. (d. 1636), 14; Nic. (fl. 1690), 14; Rob. (d. 1630), 14; Rob. (d. 1631), 14; Rob. (d. 1687), 14; Rob. (d. 1770), 108; Thos., 14; fam., 14

Hardyman, Thos., 14, 90

Hare, Mic., rector of Liddington, 73; Sir Ralph, 53, 55; Susan, see Norborne

Harold (fl. 1060), 28

Harris, Howell, 151; John, 64; Mary, 64; Mr. and Mrs. — (fl. 1867), 64; fam., 64

Hart, Sam., 37

Harvey (Hervy), Ric., 23; Wal., 55

Haskins, John, 13; M.R., 177

Hatt, Thos., 67

Haverfield (formerly Calley), Eliz., 15

Hawkes, Sam., 46

Hay, Gilb. de, 121

Haydon Wick, in Rodbourne Cheney, 203

Hayes, John, 101

Haylock, Ben., 10

Hazelbury, in Box, 123

Heale, in Woodford, man., 121

Health, Board of, 134

Heath, John, 69; Sam., 103

Hedges, Sir Chas., 175, 176, 178; Hen., 178, 182; Rebecca, m. Thos. Blagrove, 123, 124; Thos., 176; Wm., 176

Heneage, G. H. W., 100, 101

Henley, Rob., 104

Henley (Berks.), 176

Henry I, king, 39, 67

Henry II, king, 80

Henry III, king, 189, 190, 192

Henry IV, king, 95, 176

Henry VI, king, 191

Henry VII, king, 29, 79, 191, 195

Herbert, son of Peter (fl. 1242), 169, 171

Herbert, E. Le Q., 192; Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1570), 121; Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1630), 121

Hereford, earls of, see Bohun, Ewias, FitzOsbern, Gloucester (Miles of); vct., see Devereux

Hereford, 31; cath., 123

Herring, John, 38

Hertford, earl of, see Seymour (Edw.)

Hertheneve, Wm., 193

Hervy, see Harvey

Hesdin, Ernulf of, 52, 55, 58, 60

Heytesbury, 63

Heywood, in Westbury, 82

Highway, 3, 26, 49, 52; ch., 61, 63; man., 54

Highworth, 151, 193; ch., 82; market, 132; R. D., 136; and see Sevenhampton

Hill, Edw., 17; Wm., 18

Hilmarton, 3, 4, 5, 24, 49–65; adv., 61; agric., 58–9; almsho., 52, 65; area, 49; boundaries, 49; char., 65, 173; chs., 61–4, †62; clothing ind., 60; courts, 60; estates, 52–8; fair, 52, 60; farms, 52, 58, 59; fields, 58, 59; geol.; 49, 51; houses, 52, †63; inc., 59; inn, 52; local govt., 60–1; man.-ho., 52, 53, 58; mans., 52–8; mills, 60; poor relief, 60–1; pop., 51–2; prot. nonconf., 62, 64; quarrying ind., 59–60; rectors, 61; rectory, 61; roads, 51; Roman remains, 51; schs., 64–5; tithes, 61, 62; vicarage, 61; vicarage-ho., 60, 62; vicars, 61, 62, 63, 64, 100, 102; village, 52; woodland, 51, 58, 59; and see Beversbrook, Catcomb, Clevancy, Corton, Goatacre, Highway, Littlecolt, Witcomb

Hintlesham (Suff.), 32

Hinton, Ant. (d. 1599), 177, 183; Ant. (fl. 1619), 177; Martha, 184; Mary, see Gresham; Thos. (d. 1567), 177, 179; Thos. (fl. 1599), 177; fam., 177

Hinton, Broad, 3, 4, 23, 24, 26, 31, 35, 41, 42, 43, 54; and see Bincknoll, Uffcott

Hinton (Hyneton), Little, 1, 3, 4, 174, 176, 182, 183

Hipsley (Hippesley), John, 123; Mrs. Mary, 180

Hiskins, Jas., 99

Hoby, John de, 38.

Hodnett, John, 39; Susan, see Garrard

Hodson, of, Emma, m. Hen. de Gal, 12; Rob., 13; Rog., 12; Steph., 12; Wm., 13; fam., 12

Hodson ('Horeston') in Chiseldon, 5, 6, 8, 18, 23, 48, 152; agric., 14, 15; estates, 10, 12–13; farm. 16; fields, 15; houses, 9, †63; pop., 8; prot. nonconf., 22

Hoke, la, see Hook

Holand, de, Maud, 176, 184; Rob. (fl. 1314), 176; Sir Rob. (d. 1373), 176

Holderness, earl of, see Darcy

Holdway, Isaac, 131

Holland, 153

Holles, Anne, see Pile; Denzil, 29; Francis, Ld. Holles (d. 1692), 29, 31; fam., 29

Hollister, Jane, 202; Wm., 198

Holmes, Thos., 169

Holy Spirit Missionary Congregation, 151

Honeybone, Thos., 180

Hoo St. Werburgh (Kent), 28

Hook ('la Hoke'), in Lydiard Tregoze, agric., 84, 85; burial ground, 86; char., 90; common, 84; estates, 83; houses, 77; inc., 84; poor relief, 85, pop., 77; prot. nonconf., 90; sch.; 90

Hooper, Geo., 201; Hen., 201; John (d. 1572), 201; John (fl. 1583), 201

Hopkins, Guy, 127; John, 127 n; Jos., 58; fam., 127

Horcott (Glos.), 151

'Horeston', see Hodson

Horne, Alice, see Fraine; Eliz., m. Rob. Duckett, 30; Eliz., m. Ric. Pile, 30; Eliz. (d. 1793), 161, 167; Marg., m. Rob. Edge, 30; Mary, 160, 161, 167; Thos. (fl. 1387), 30; Thos. (d. 1527), 30; Thos. (d. 1643), 180; Wm., 30, 33; fam., 31, 33

Horner, Mrs. — (fl. 1800), 20, 72

Horsell, Howard, 196

Houchin, — (fl. 1938), 154

Howard, Alice, 177; Edw., 177; Sir Rob., 191, 192; Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1554), 177

Howell, Rice ap, 120 n

Hughes, Ferdinando, 12; Rob. (fl. 1721), 201; Rob. (fl. 1842), 196

Huish, 42

Humber, Launcelot, 38

Hume, John Hen., vicar of Hilmarton. 62

Humphrey (fl. 1086), 28

Humphries, Wm., 127; fam., 127

Hungerford, Anne, see Leighton; Sir Edm., 55; Edw., 61; Lucy, m. Sir John St. John, 88; Rob. of 184; Sir Rob., 55; Wal., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1449), 55, 63, 183; Sir Wal. (fl. 1590), 61; fam., 55

Hungerford (Berks.), 152, 176

Huntly, Eliz., see Read; Wm., 46

Hunton, Eliz., see Jaye; Phil., vicar of Clyffe Pypard, 40; Ric., 26, 29, 33, 38; Wm. I, 29; Wm. II, 29, 33, 35

Hurst (Bucks.), 32

Hutchins, Eleanor, 166; Thos., 83

Hyde, Alice atte, 178; Hen., earl of Clarendon (d. 1753), 191; John atte, 178; Lawr. (d. 1643), 121; Lawr., earl of Rochester (d. 1711), †28, 81, 188, 191, 193, 198, 199, 202; fam., 198

Hyde-Villiers fam., 198

Hylton, Hannah, 100; John, 100; Rob., 100; Thos., 100; Wm., 100

Hyneton, see Hinton (Little)

I.

Icknield Way, 174

Inclosure, 15, 17, 34, 35–6, 59, 71, 84, 98, 105, 124–5, 126, 171, 180, 194, 195

Ind, Wm., 90

Independent Evangelical Churches, Fellowship of, 158

Independent Labour Party, 138

Independents, 64, 74, 103, 152, 159, 185, 203

Industry: see Aircraft-manufacturing; Brick-making; Building; Cabinetmaking; Cloth; Farm-machinery maunfacturing; Leather manufacturing; Quarrying; Rope-making; Soap-making; Tobacco manufacturing; Wool

Inglesham, 145

Ingram, Wm., 82

Innocent II, Pope, 31

Ipswich, 136

Isabel, queen of Edward II, 172, 191, 192, 201

Islington, baron, see Dickson

Iwardby, Jane, 86

J.

Jacob, Ann (d. c. 1709), 64; Ann (d. c. 1780), 65, 173; Eliz., m. Sir Rob. John Buxton, 169; John (fl. 1659), 54, 61; John (d. c. 1706), 204; John (d. 1728), 169, 170; John (fl. 1752), 61; John (d. 1776), 169, 170; Martha, see Calley; Mary, see Smith; fam., 61, 170

Jacobs, Thos., 192

James I, king, 200

Jaye, Eliz., m. Wm. Hunton, 29; Hen., 29

Jefferies, Geo., 47; Jemima, 47; Ric., 8, 9–10, †29, 67, 106, 110, 112, 115, 116, 128, 139, 166; fam., 47

Jenner, John, 186

Joan, queen of Henry IV (d. 1437), 27

Jobson, Eliz., see Pexsall; John, 94

Joburn, Wm., 203

Jocelin, bp. of Bath, 11, 13

John, king, 94

John, abbot of Glastonbury, 11

John the miller (fl. 1240), 13, 18

Jones, Hester, see Phelps; Ric., 203; Thos., 47; fam., 127

K.

Katharine of Aragon, queen of Henry VIII, 191

Katharine Howard, queen of Henry VIII, 191

Katharine Parr, queen of Henry VIII, 171, 191, 192

Kemble, Eliz., 161; — (fl. 1850), 131

Kemp, Hen., 82

Kempston, Nic., vicar of Clyffe Pypard, 40

Kendal, Miles, vicar of Swindon, 145

Kenn (Som.), 64

Kerr, Geo., 130

Kibblewhite, Eliz., m. Arthur Redferne, 11; Jas., 198, 200, 201; John, 14; Thos., 11, 14

King, John, 112; Wm., 22

King George V (locomotive), 141

Kingsbridge hund., 1–5, 168, 187; constables, 5, 105, court, 4–5; meeting-place, 5

Kinneir, Harriet, 148; Hen., 148, 177

Knolle, Parnel de, 81

Knoyle, East, 29

Knyvett, Thos., 193

L.

Labour Party, 138, 143

Lackham, in Lacock, 58

Lacock, 67, 123; abbey and abbess, 38, 39, 179; and see Lackham

Lacy, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln (d. 1311), 182

Laing (John) and Son, builders, 117

Lambourn (Berks.), 11, 123, 154, 185

Lancaster, duchy of, 176, 177, 178; duke of, see Gaunt (John of); earl of, see Thomas

Lancton, Wm., 177

Lane, John, 84; Thos., 37

Langford, of, Ellen, 55; John, 55

Langley, Edw., 45; Thos., vicar of Wanborough, 175

Lansdown, Isaac, 204; T.S., 155

Lansdowne, marquess of, see PettyFitzmaurice

Large, Eliz., 122; Fred., 142; Jacob, 97; Ric., 54; Wm., 122; Wm. Abbot, 54

Latimer, Eliz., Lady Latimer (d. c. 1480), 45

Lawrie, Revd. D. J., 158

'Lavington', 185

Lavington, Market, man., 184

Lawrence, Steph., 131; Thos., 122; Wm., 131; fam., 122

Lea, see Lee

Leather-manufacturing ind., 126, 130

Lechlade (Glos.), 32, 127

Leckhampton, Thos., 54

Lee (Lea), Anne, see Danvers; Chas., 130; Eleanor, m. Jas., earl of Abingdon, 95; Sir Hen., 95

Leighton, Anne, m. Sir John St. John, 88, 89

Leland, John, 195

Lennard, R. V., 143

Leafnoth (fl. 1066), 190

Levenot (fl. 1066), 44, 122

Leviet (fl. 1060), 121

Lewes (Suss.), priory, 179

Liberal Party, 144

Lidd (stream), 65, 67, 174, 175

Liddiard, Thos., 177

Liddington, 4, 5, 8, 65–75, 119, 148; adv., 72; agric., 69–71; alehouses; 66–7; area, 65; boundaries, 65, 66; cast., †15, 66, 67; char., 75, 204; ch., 21, 72–4; commons, 70; estates, 1, 67–9, 181; farms, 71; fields, 70; geol., 66; houses, 67; inc., 71; local govt., 71; man-ho., 67; mans., 67–9, 123; mills, 71; place-name, 65, 66; pop., 66; prebendaries, see rectors; prehistoric remains, 66; prot. nonconf., 74; rectors, 69, 72, 73; rectory, 72, 73; rectory ho., 73–4; roads, 66; schs., 74–5, 185; tithes, 72–3; trackways, 65, 66; vicarage, 72, 73; vicarage ho., 73, 74; vicars, 72, 73; village, 66–7; worthies, 67; and see Coate, Liddington Wick, Medbourne

Liddington Wick, in Liddington, 66; agric., 70; farms, 71; houses, 67; man., 68–9; mill, 68, 71

'Liden Brook', see Lidd

Life in a Railway Factory (Alfred Williams), 130

Lilly Brook, 91, 99

Lincoln, battle of, 176; earl of, see Lacy

Lisle, vct., see Grey, Talbot

Lisle, de, Adeliza, m. Reynold de Dunstanville, 32; Alice, see Tyeys; Anne, see Pole; Gerard (d. 1360), 45, 83; Gerard (d. ante 1381), 45, 121; Humph., 32, 33, 82; Marg. (d. 1375), 121; Marg., m. Thos., Ld. Berkeley, 45, 121; Warin (d. 1321–2), 45, 83; Warin (d. c. 1381), 45, 121

Lister (R. A.) Ltd., 131

Littlecote, in Ramsbury, 176

Littlecott, of, Adam, 54, 56; John, 56; Wm., 56

Littlecott, in Hilmarton, 91, 97; agric., 58, 59; estates, 52, 56–7, 94, 96; farm, 59; pop., 51; prot. nonconf., 64; quarries, 60; tithes, 62

Liverpool, 155

Local Government (Boundary Commission) Act (1945), 140

Lockerley (Hants), 57

London, bp. of, 4; and see Basset (Fulk), Compton (Hen.)

London, 10, 11, 12, 13, 29, 54, 57, 122, 123, 126, 127, 131, 158, 176, 178, 198; Charter ho., 77, 81, 85, 86; Drury Lane theatre, 78; immigration from, 106, 117, 128, 140, 144; Paddington sta., 109, 141; Smithfield market, 84; Whitefield's Tabernacle, 103; Willesden, 130

Long, Edm. (d. 1635), 97, 100, 101; Edm. (d. 1664), 97, 100, 101; Hen., 94, 96, 100, 101, 192; Humph., 100, 101; Mary, 97; Ric. (d. 1558), 97, 100; Ric. (d. 1639), 97, 100, 101; Susanna (wife of Ric. d. 1639), 101; Susanna, m. Rob. Compton, 100, 101; Wal., 97; fam., 100, 101

Longespée, Ela, 177; Emily (d. c. 1276), 176, 177, 184; Emily, m. Maurice FitzMaurice, 176, 177; Steph., 4, 176, 177, 179, 180, 181, 182, 184; Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1226), 176, 178; Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1250), 56, 176, 177

Longford Cast., 193

Looker, Jas. (fl. 1626), 14; Jas. (fl. 1800), 22; Wm., 14

Lord, Jas., 166, 167

Louis VIII, king of France, 176

Lovel, Alice, 176, 177; Eleanor, see Morley; Francis, vct. Lovel, 81, 176, 178, 184; Hen., 177; Joan, 81; Sir John (fl. 1255), 4; John, Ld. Lovel (d. 1408), 176, 177; John, Ld. Lovel (d. 1414), 81, 177; John, Ld. Lovel (d. 1464), 81; Maud, 176, 177; Muriel, m. Rob. de Dodeford, 58; Ralph, 32, 58; Sir Thos., 45; Wm., 81, 176, 177; fam., 32

Lowys, Joan, 55; John, 55

Lowe, John, 177

Lucius III, Pope, 100

Lydiard Millicent, 86, 87, 90, 116; and see Shaw

Lydiard Tregoze, 3, 4, 5, 75–90, 116; adv., 86; agric., 83–5; area, 75; boundaries, 75, 77; Can Court, 75, 82, 83, 85, 86; char., 90; ch., 86–9, †88; cloth trade, 85; commons, 84; estates, 78–83; farms, 84, 85; fields, 83, 84; geol., 75, 77; inc., 84; local govt., 85–6; man.-ho., 80; mans., 78–83; Park, 77, 78, 80, †80, 85, 88, 140; poor relief, 85–6; pop., 77, 78; prot. nonconf., 90; quarries, 75, 77; rly., 78; rectors, 87; rectory, 86, 87; roads, 77–8; Roman remains, 77; schs., 90; Studley Grange, 82, 85, 86; tithes, 62, 86–7; village, 77; well, 77; wharf, 85; woodland, 77; worthies, 78; and see Basset Down, Chaddington, Hook, Mannington, Midgehall

Lygon, Rog., 120

Lyneham, 3, 4, 5, 68, 90–104; adv., 100; agric., 97–8; area, 90; boundaries, 91, 93, 168, 169, 173; char., 103, 104, 204; chs., 62, 100–3; courts, 99; estates, 93–7; fairs, 99; farms, 97–8; fields, 97, 98; geol., 91; houses, 93; inc., 98; local govt., 99; mans., 29, 56, 93–7; market, 99; mills, 99; pop., 91; prehistoric remains, 91; prot. nonconf., 103; R.A.F. sta., 91, 93, 94, 98–9, 103, 141, 189, 197; rectorial estate, 96–7, 100, 101; rectors, 100, 101; rectory, 100, 101, 171; reservoir, 93; roads, 93; Roman remains, 91; schs., 103–4, 173; Shaw Farm, 91, 93, 98; tithes, 101; vicarage, 100; vicarage ho., 102; village, 93; woodland, 97; yew tree, 102; and see Bradenstoke, Clack, Preston, Tockenham (West)

Lyon, T. H., 149

M.

Maidenhead, John of, Dean of Chichester, 38, 39

Major, Geo., 130

Malmesbury, abbey and abbot, 95, 96, 101, 122, 146, 190; and see Eanberht, Osbert; man., 122

Malpass, Eliz., 43

Manchester, 31, 128

Manners, D. L., 177; Eleanor, see Ross; Hen., earl of Rutland (d. 1563), 45, 48; Marg., 48; Rob., 45

Mannington, in Lydiard Tregoze, 4; agric., 84; farms, 84, 85; man., 81; man.-ho., 81; pop., 77, 78; tithes, 86

Mansbridge, Albert, 143

Mantell, Geo., 153

Mara, see Mare

March, earl of, see Mortimer (Edm.)

Marcigny (Saône-et-Loire), priory, 4, 122

Mare (Mara), Pet. la, 56; Rob. de, 56; Wal. de la, 56; Wm. de, 56

Margaret, Princess, ctss. of Snowdon, 140

Marine Mountings, 131

Markets, 99, 105, 126, 132–3, 197

Marlborough, dukes of, 67, 72, 123; and see Churchill, Spencer

Marlborough, Alfred of, 53, 54, 78, 83, 124

Marlborough, 31, 39, 45, 46, 47, 105, 122; market, 132; rly., 115

Marlborough Downs, 1, 6, 24, 51, 66, 77

Marrin, Hen., 112

Marsh, Narcissus, abp. of Armagh, 146

Marshall, Eleanor, ctss. of Pembroke, 31; Wal., earl of Pembroke (d. 1245), 27, 31, 52; Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1219), 120; Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1231), 31; Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1245), 33; fam., 27

Marsham, Chas., earl of Romney (d. 1845), 191

Marsham-Townsend, Ferdinand, 191

Marston, South, 130, 143, 147

Marten, see Martin

Martin (Marten), Edw. (fl. 1640), 122; Edw. (fl. 1663), 122; Gabriel, 122, 125; Hen., 122, 145; Wm., 63; fam., 145

Martyrs' Memorial and Church of England Trust, 201

Mary I, queen. 191, 203

Mary, queen of Scots, 78, 191

Maskelyne, Edm., 82; Marg., m. Ant. Mervyn Story, 82; Nevil, 82; fam., 189

Masters, W. A. H., 150

Matson, Thos., 94

Matthews, Mrs. — (fl. 1891), 156

Maud (12th cent. miller), 71

Mauduit, Rob., 56

Maurice clericus (fl. 1226), 124

Maurice serviens (fl. 1198), 124

May, Geo., 74; Jas., 74

Medbourne, Everard of, 70

Medbourne, in Liddington, 5, 66; agric., 70; estates, 67, 68; farms, 71; hamlet, 67; man., 67–8; man.-ho., 68; tithes, 73

Medbury Abbas (Dors.), ch., 72, 73

Melksham, 57; and see Beanacre

Mellepeis, John de, 30; fam., 30

Mellish, Bridget, 12; Chas., 12; Dorothy, 12; Edw. (d. 1707), 12, 21; Edw. (d. c. 1718), 12; Eliz., 12; Rob., 12; Wm., 12

Meons, S. B., 153

Merewether, Hen., 54

Merrimack riv., 44

Mervyn, Sir Jas., 55; John, 55; Lucy, m. Geo. Tuchet, 55; Wal., 55; fam., 55

Metal Box Co., 131

Methodists, 156; Primitive, 22, 41, 64, 74, 90, 103, 152, 153, 155–6, 173, 185, 203, 204; Wesleyan, 22, 41, 74, 103, 152, 153, 154–5, 159, 185, 203

Methuen, Fred., Ld. Methuen (d. 1891), 95; Paul (d. 1795), 95; Paul, Ld. Methuen (d. 1849), 95; Paul Cobb (d. 1816), 95

Meux, Sir Hen., 188, 189, 191, 192, 193, 196, 202; Hen. Bruce, 191; Valerie Susie Bruce, 188, 191; fam., 85, 196, 198

Michael, abbot of Glastonbury, 16

Michael son of Nicholas (fl. 1233), 31

Midgehall, in Lydiard Tregoze, 89; agric., 84, 85; farms, 85; overseers, 85; man., 80–1, 190; man.-ho., 81; pop., 77, 78; tithes, 86, 87; 'word ale', 87

Midland Bank, 189

Miflin, Wm., 94

Milborne Port (Dors.), 81

Miles, Ric., rector of Lydiard Tregoze, 87, 90

Mill (Mille), (alias Saunders) Edm., 121; (alias Saunders) Thos., 121; Wm., 13

Mills, 17–18, 36–7, 60, 71, 99, 106, 131–2, 171, 181, 197–8

Mompesson, Sir Giles, 89; Kath., 89

'Monkebaron', in Chiseldon, 10, 11

Monkton Farleigh, prior and priory of, 31, 39, 122, 201; quarries, 127

Montfort, de, Hen., 13; John, 123; Rob., 123; Sim., 123; Thos., 123; fam., 123

Monthermer, de, Marg., 83; Thos., 83

Moore, Francis, 193, 203; John, abp. of Canterbury, 72; Temple, 149; fam., 193, 203

Moravians, 153, 158

Mordaunt, Edm., 45

More, Wm. atte, 181

Morley, Eleanor, m. Wm. Lovel, 177; Rob., Ld. Morley (d. 1442), 177

Morleys, John, 126; Wal., 126

Morris, Rog., 80; Wm. (d. 1891), 105, 131, 132, 136, 138, 141, 143, 144, 147, 149

Morrison, David, 128

Morse, Chas., 152, 155; Jane, 13; John (fl. c. 1536), 13, 17; John (d. 1611), 14; Levi Lapper, 155, 156; Ric. (d. 1578), 13; Ric. (fl. 1611), 14; Ric. (d. 1616), 13; Ric. (fl. 1664–5), 13, 22; Ric. (d. before 1689), 13; Ric. (fl. c. 1689), 13; Thos. (d. by 1518), 13; Thos. (d. 1581), 13; Wm. (fl. 1520), 13; Wm. (fl. 1564), 13; Wm. (d. c. 1581), 13, 14; Wm. (fl. c. 1651), 13; Wm. (fl. c. 1689), 13; Wm. Ewart, 141, 155; fam., 12 n, 13

Mortimer, Edm. (fl. 1283), 54; Edm., earl of March (d. 1425), 96; Marg., 54; Ralph, 96; fam., 95, 96

Mulle, atte, Phil., 18; Thos., 37

Municipal Corporations Act (1835), 200

Mychell, Alice, 13; John, 13

N.

Nash (Nashe), Aaron, 19; Wm., 161

National Assistance Board, 167

National Health Service Act (1946), 140

National Provincial Bank, 115

National Society, 23, 42, 75, 90, 103, 104, 161, 185

Neale, Eliz., see Smith; John Corbett, 57; Rob., 57, 198; Thos., 46, 47; fam., 57

Neate, John, vicar of Swindon, 148

Nethercott, in Swindon, 4, 134; agric., 124; court, 199; man., 121–2, 124; mill, 131

Nevill, Geo., Ld. Bergavenny (d. 1492), 29, 54; Rob., bp. of Salisbury, 19

New Swindon Express, 144

New Swindon Gas Co., 112, 135; and see Swindon Gas Co.

Newborough, Anne, 169; Joan, 170; Rog. (d. by 1604), 169; Rog. (fl. 1617), 169, 170; fam., 169

Newbury, second battle of, 89

Newcastle, duke of, see Pelham, Pelham-Holles

Newcomen, Eliz., see Pleydell

Nibley Green (Glos.), 121

Nicholas IV, Pope, 61, 72

Nicholas the miller (fl. 14th cent.), 18

Nicholas, Sir Edw., 26, 35

Niel the physician (fl. 1086), 56

Nightingale, J. E., 40

Noad, — (fl. 1804), 152

Nogent-le-Rotrou (Eure-et-Loir), 182

Norborne, Eliz., m. (1) Edw. Devereux (2) J. S. Berkeley, 53, 55; John, 53, 60; Susan, m. Sir Ralph Hare, 53, 55; Wal. (d. 1659), 53, 56; Wal. (d. 1684), 53, 55; fam., 59

Norden, John, 12; Ric., 12; Wm., 12

Norfolk, duke of, see Howard; earl of, see Bigod

Norreys, Ld., see Bertie

Norris, Wm., 203

North Wilts. Bank, 128, 196

North Wilts. Brewery, 115

North Wilts. canal, 105, 110, 111

North Wilts. Herald, 144

North Wilts. Herald and Advertiser, 144

Northey, Edw., 31

Northover, John, 33

Northwood, de, Agnes, see Grandison; John, 79, 86

Norwich, 87

Nottingham, 191

O.

Observations on the Land Revenues of the Crown (John St. John), 78

Odin the Chamberlain (fl. 1086), 119, 124, 131

Odo, earl (d. 1056), 176

Odo, bp. of Bayeux, 121

Odo (fl. 1086), 31

Ogbourne, Hugh of, 13, 46

Ogbourne St. George, courts, 47, 48, 123; waterworks, 138, 139, 140

Ogdun, Emmot, see Wootton; Hen., 194

Oideland (fl. 1086), 96

'Ordestone', 177

Organ, Geo., 128; John, 123; Lucy, 123; Ric., 123

Oryot, John, 126

Osbert, abbot of Malmesbury, 122

Oseville, d', Osbert, 178; Sewall, 178, 179

Osmund, St., bp. of Salisbury, 182

Over (Cambs.), 40

Overtown, in Wroughton, 3, 4

Owen, Geo., 63; Rice ap, 120

Oxford, 128, 139, 142; Brasenose Coll., 31, 36, 37, 43; Cardinal Coll., 63; Magdalen Coll., 54, 55, 59, 61, 63, 86, 178, 179, 180, 181, 184, 185; New Coll., 40, 179; Pembroke Coll., 83; Wadham Coll., 143; Worcester Coll., 55, 56, 60, 61; univ., 21, 40, 87, 143, 147

Oxford Building Soc., 112

Oxford Movement, 149

Oxford Regional Hospital Board, 140

Oxfordshire, 123, 180

P.

Pace, Ric., 32

Packer, Grace, 201; John, 201; Wm., 201

Page, John, 111

Palmer, Agnes, 183; Nic., 183

Papers and Publications (Printers) Ltd., 144

Parham, Thos., rector of Draycot Foliat, 49

Parry, Thos., 52

Parsons, Ric., 200

Parys, de, Grace, 33; John, 33; Ric., 33; Thos. (fl. 1225), 33; Thos. (fl. 1306), 33; Wm. (fl. 1242), 33; Wm. (fl. 1428), 33; fam., 33

Passmore, A. D., 175

Patshull, Sir John, 79; Mabel, see Grandison; Sybil, m. Rog. de Beauchamp, 79

Paveley, Reynold, 81; Wal., 81

Pedwardine, Eliz., 54; John, 54; Wal., 54

Pelham, John, duke of Newcastle (d. 1711), 29

Pelham-Holles, Thos., duke of Newcastle (d. 1768), 29

Pelissary, Angelica Magdalena, m. Hen. St. John (d. 1742), 79

Pembroke, earls of, 32, 33, 52, 81; and see Herbert, Marshall, Valence

Penes, Wm. de, vicar of Chiseldon, 19

People, Thos., 131

Perche, counts of, 182; and see Geoffrey, Rotrou, Thomas

Percy, Thos., earl of Worcester (d. 1403), 28, 29

Perkins (E. H.) and Son, publishers, 144

Petty-Fitzmaurice, Hen. Chas. Keith, marquess of Lansdowne (d. 1927), 42

Pevsner, Lola, 40

Pexsall, Anne, m. Bernard Brocas, 94; Barbara, m. Ant. Bridges, 94; Eleanor, see Cotgrave; Eliz., m. John Jobson, 94; Margery, m. (1) Oliver Beckett (2) Francis Cotton, 94; Sir Ric., 94, 98

Phelps alias Bromham, Anne, m. Edm. Chapp, 47; Hester, m. Thos. Jones, 47; John, 45, 47

Philip, Prince, duke of Edinburgh, 166

Philip the miller (fl. 1350), 13

Philippa, queen of Edward III, 33, 191, 192

Philipps, Rob., 171

Pickerell, Cecily, 87

Pierce, Ric., 71

Pike (Pyke), John (fl. 1684), 35; John (fl. 1826), 152; Mary, 152; fam., 35

Pike (Chas.) and Partners, architects, 166

Pile, Anne, m. Francis Holles, 29, 31; Eliz., m. Thos. Strickland, 31; Eliz. (wife of Ric.), see Horne; Francis, 31; Gabriel, 30, 31, 35; Jane, m. Edw. Richards, 31; Ric., 30; Thos., 30, 33; Wm., 30; fam., 33

Pinkney, Wal., 169; Wm., 169

Pinneger fam., 193

Pinnell, Hen., 98, 99; Mary, m. Thos. Smith, 169, 170

Pipard, Edm., 121; John, 121; Margery, 121; Ric., 27, 81; Rob., 38; Steph., 121; Thos., 121; Wm. (d. 1276), 121; Wm. (d. 1349), 121

Pipe, Ric., 48

Piper fam., 144

Pitt, Clifford Geo., 74; Jos., 198; Wm. Baker, rector of Liddington, 74

Plessey Co., radio component manufacturers, 130, 131

Pleydell, Agnes, 81; Anne, 81; Sir Chas., 81, 89; Deborah, m. Ben. Culme, 89; Edm., 81; Edw., 89; Eliz., m. Newcomen, 89; Gabriel, 81, 84; Harriet, m. Wm. Bouverie, 97; John (fl. 1600), 122; John (d. 1692), 81; Sir Mark Stuart, 97, 193; Oliver, 81, 97; Thos. (fl. 1680), 84, 97; Thos. (d. 1727), 97; Wm. (fl. 1534), 81; Wm. (d. 1724), 201, 203; fam., 81, 85, 198

Pleydell-Bouverie, see Bouverie

Plummer, Mrs. Mary, 122

Pocklington, Hen. Sharpe, 176; Sam. Sharpe, 176, 178; fam., 180

Pocock, Arthur, 97; Geo., 22, 152, 185

Podyfat, Hen., 181

Pole, de, Anne, m. Gerard de Lisle, 45

Polton, Edith, 183; Thos., 183; fam., 175, 179

Ponsonby, J. M. G., vicar of St. Mark's, Swindon, 149

Pont de l'Arche, de, Rob. (fl. 1190), 145; Rob. (fl. 1242), 120; Wm., sheriff of Hants and Berks. (fl. 1132), 119; Wm. (d. c. 1238), 119, 120, 145; Wm. (fl. 1250), 120

Ponting, C. E., 21, 74, 88

Poor Servants of the Mother of God, Community of, 151

Popham, Alex., 180; Master Gilb. of, rector of Chiseldon, 20–1

Porter, Endymion, 9

Potterne and Cannings hund., 3, 26

Powell, Francis Sharp, 86

Powell and Moya, architects, 140

Poynder, Sarah Matilda, m. J. B. Dickson, 53; Thos. (d. 1856), 53, 57, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65; Thos. Hen. Allen (d. 1873), 52, 53, 57; Wm. Hen. (d. 1880), 53, 63, 65, 97; fam., 51, 52, 57, 58, 59, 65

Poyntz, Alice, 123; Wm., 123

Prater, Geo. (d. 1564), 83; Geo. (fl. 1564), 83

Presbyterians, 87, 103, 153, 158

Presentation Sisters, Community of, 151

Pressed Steel Co., 131

Preston, in Lyneham, agric., 97; farms, 94; houses, 93; pop., 91; prot. nonconf., 103; tithes, 101

Prince, John, 71; Wm., 71; fam., 71

Pritchard, Ernest, 32

Protestant Nonconformity: see Anabaptists, Assemblies of God, Baptists, Christadelphians, Christian Brethren, Christian Science Soc., Church of Christ, Congregationalists, Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance, Evangelical Free Church, Free Christian Church, Independent Evangelical Churches, Independents, Methodists, Moravians, Presbyterians, Quakers, Salvation Army, Seventh Day Adventists, Unitarians

Prynne, Frances, 122

Public Health Act, 134, 135

Punt, Wal. du, 55

Purdue, Rog., 74; Wm., 74

Purlyn, John, 68

Purton, 183 n, 201; and see Purton Stoke

Purton Stoke, in Purton, 82

Pyke, see Pike

Pyncombe, Mrs. — (fl. 1772), 20, 72

Pynner, Chas., vicar of Wootton Bassett, 204

Q.

Quakers, 22, 64, 151, 158, 203

Quarrying ind., 1, 59–60, 105, 126–8, 174

Quatremains, Joan, see Russell; Maud, m. Thos. Danvers, 55; Ric., 55; Thos., 55

Queen Anne's Bounty, 20, 100

Quidhampton, in Wroughton, 4, 75

Quintin (fl. 1086), 30

Quintin, Alice, 56; Hen., 30; John I (fl. 1497), John II (fl. 16th cent.), 30; John III (fl. 16th cent.), 30; Marg., 63; Mic., 30; Thos. I (fl. 1448), 30, 56; Thos. II (fl. 1438), 30; Wal., 30; Wm. (fl. 1243), 30; Wm. (fl. 1255), 30; Wm. (d. 1651), 63; fam., 24, 30, 35, 40

R.

Radio Components, 130

Radnor, earls of, 193, 196; and see Bouverie

Radnor, Wm. of, rector of Lydiard Tregoze, 87

Railwaymen's Christian Association, 153, 158

Railways, 1, 6, 8, 78, 91, 105–6, 109–10, 111, 112, 115, 128–30, 168, 169, 187, 196

Ralph (fl. 1086), 52

Ramsbury, 13, 194; and see Littlecote

Ray, riv., 6, 105, 131, 135

Read, Edw., 45, 46, 48; Eliz., m. Wm. Huntly, 46, 48; Herbert, 149; W. H., 136, 157; Wm., 45, 48

Redferne (Ridforn), Arthur, 12; Eliz., see Kibblewhite; John, 11, 12; Thos., 12, 14; fam., 21

Reeve (Reve), Nic., 202; Thos., 58

Rentaset, Messrs., 115

Reve, see Reeve

Reviers, de, Baldwin, earl of Devon (d. 1244), 27, 81; Isabel, ctss. of Devon (d. 1293), 81; Ric., 27; fam., 27

Reyner, Dan., vicar of Clyffe Pypard, 40

Reynold (fl. 1242), 169

Reynolds, Herbert, 181; Rob., 130; fam., 130

Rich, K. S., vicar of Hilmarton, 63; Lady Mary (d. 1678), 79

Richard II, king, 191

Richard, earl of Cornwall (d. 1272), 12

Richard, duke of York (d. 1460), 191, 192, 195

Richards, Edw., 31; Jane, see Pile

Richer (fl. 1086), 176

Richmond alias Webb, Edm., 29; Joan, 46; Mary, 45; Nic., 46; Rob., 46; Thos. (fl. 1534), 46; Thos. (fl. 1670), 45; Wm., 29; fam., 45, 46

Ridforn, see Redferne

Ridge Way, the, 6, 44, 46, 47, 49, 66, 174, 180

Rigby, J. and C., builders, 109

Ripley, Caroline, 203; Thos. Hyde, vicar of Wootton Bassett, 201, 203

Robert, abbot of Glastonbury, 11

Robert (fl. 1086), 32, 52, 55

Robert, son of Roger (fl. 1169), 179

Roberts, Edw., 142; Ric., 123

Robins, Thos., 181

Robinson, John, 127

Roches, Sir John, 177

Rochester, earl of, see Hyde (Lawr.)

Rodbourne Cheney, 115, 116, 117, 119, 203, 204; ch., 144, 148, 150; library, 142; par., 113, 144, 148, 150; prot. nonconf., 156, 157; recreation ground, 136, 139; Rom. Cath., 151; schs., 164, 165; sewage works, 135, 136, 140; and see Haydon Wick

Roger, abbot of Hyde, 13

Roger (fl. 1086), 53, 95

Rogers, H. R., vicar of Liddington, 72

Rolleston, Harriet, 167; Col. W. V., 112, 165; Wm. Vilett, 146; fam., 145

Roman Catholicism, 41, 151, 157, 159, 163, 166, 185, 203

Romen, John, 57; Mary, 57; Ruth, m. Jacob Selfe, 57; fam., 64

Romney, earl of, see Marsham

Rope-making ind., 196

Ross (Ros), A. G. G., vicar of St. Mark's, Swindon, 149; Edm., Ld. Ros (d 1508), 45; Eleanor, Lady Ros (d. 1467), 45; Eleanor, m. Rob. Manners, 45; Thos., Ld. Ros (d. 1464), 45, 48

Rotrou, count of Perche (d. 1144), 122, 176, 179; Rotrou, count of Perche (d. 1191), 176

Roundabout a Great Estate (Richard Jefferies), 10

Rouse, Chas., 196

Rowswell, John, 192; Ric., 192; Rob., vicar of Hilmarton, 62, 64, 103

Royal Air Force, 9, 91, 93, 98–9, 103, 141; Chaplain-in-Chief, 100

Rudhall, Abraham, 89, 148

Rumming, Jas., 64

Rushford (Norf.), 169, 173

Russell, Alice, see Elkested; Agnes, 55; Eliz., see FitzEllis; Joan, m. Thos. Quatremains, 55, 63; John (of Bradenstoke, d. 1363), 55; John (son of John), 55; Nic., 55; Wm., 55

Rutland, earl of, see Manners

Rutland, Francis, 21

Rysbrack, Mic., 80, 89

S.

Sadler, Rob., 53; Thos., 84; Wm., 53; fam., 84

Sage, Sampson, 132

St. Amand, de, Amauri (d. by 1286), 178, 179, 181; Amauri (d. 1310), 178; Amauri (d. c. 1380), 178; Amauri (d. 1402), 178; John 178

St. Briavels (Glos.), constable of, 192

St. George, Sir Ric., 89

St. Georges de Boscherville (SeineMaritime), abbey of, 57

St. John, Angelica Magdalena, see Pelissary; Anne, see Furnese; Barbara, m. Sir Edw. Villiers, 79 n; Edw., 89; Eliz. (d. 1503), 79, 86; Eliz. (d. 1587), 89; Frances, see Winchcombe; Fred., vct. Bolingbroke and vct. St. John (d. 1787), 79; Geo., vct. Bolingbroke and vct. St. John (d. 1824), 31, 85; Hen., vct. St. John (d. 1742), 79; Hen., vct. Bolingbroke (d. 1751), 78, 79, 80; Hen. (d. 1818), 78; Hen., vct. Bolingbroke and vct. St. John (d. 1851), 80, 87, 89, 90; Hen., vct. Bolingbroke and vct, St. John (d. 1899), 79, 86; Sir John (d. 1512), 79, 86; John (d. 1576), 79, 82, 84, 88; John (d. 1594), 79, 88; Sir John (d. 1648), 72, 78, 79, 88, †88, 89; Sir John (d. 1656), 79; John, vct. St. John (d. 1748), 78, 79, 80, 89, 90; John (d. 1793), 78; Kath., m. Sir Giles Mompesson, 89; Lucy, see Hungerford; Marg. (wife of Oliver d. 1437), see Beauchamp; Marg. (wife of Sir John d. 1648), see Whitmore; Mary (d. 1678), 79; Mary Emily Eliz., vctss. Bolingbroke (d. 1940), 80; Nic., 78, 79, 84, 89; Oliver (d. 1437), 79, 88; Oliver (d. 1497), 79, 86; Oliver, vct. Grandison (d. 1630), 78, 79; Sir Oliver (d. 1641), 79, 89; Wal. (d. 1597), 79; Sir Wal. (d. 1708), 78, 79, 87, 88, 89; fam., 80, 82, 84, 85, 88, 89, 198

St. Lawrence, Joan, Lady Howth (d. 1518), 45

St. Quintin, John, 32

St. Valery, Rog. of, abbot of Hyde, 19

Salisbury, of, Edw., 31, 93, 94; Patrick, earl of Salisbury (d. 1168) and his sister Hawise, 176; Wal., 94

Salisbury, 5, 121, 126, 193; assizes, 138; bp. of, 3, 19, 20, 24, 30, 39, 41, 49, 62, 63, 100, 101, 102, 146, 182, 184; and see Audley (Edm.), Nevill (Rob.), Osmund D. and C., 39, 62, 146, 201; earls of, 55; and see Longespée, Patrick; jail, 198

Salisbury Plain, 157

Salthrop, in Wroughton, 3, 4, 5, 31, 56

Salvation Army, 153, 155, 157–8

Salway, Dan., curate of Lyneham, 101

Sammes, — (fl. 1882), 138

Sampson, Ric., 13

Saule, Anne, see Sharington; Wm., 68

Saulf (fl. 1086), 57

Saunders, John, 124; Nic., 86; Sarah, 124; Thos., 124; and see Mill

Savage, Edw., 94; Eleanor, see Cotgrave; John, 94; Wm., 75, 204

Savaric, bp. of Bath, 11

Savernake, 41

Sayer, 14; Dorothy, 14; Pet. I, 14; Pet. II, 14

Scott, Sir Geo. Gilb., 148, 149

Scott and Moffat, architects, 149

Seddon, J. P., 150

Selfe, Jacob, 57; Marg., m. Dan. Webb, 57; Mary, m. John Tuck, 57; Ruth, m. Rog. Spackman, 57; Ruth (wife of Jacob), see Romen

Selkley hund., 1, 3, 49

Semington, 127

Sevenhampton, in Highworth, 120, 126

Seventh Day Adventists, 159

Seymour, Alex., 121; Algernon, duke of Somerset (d. 1749), 69, 122; Chas., Ld. Seymour of Trowbridge (d. 1665), 57; Chas., duke of Somerset (d. 1748), 69; Edw., duke of Somerset (d. 1552), 29, 31, 57, 80, 82, 87, 121, 122, 191, 192; Edw. earl of Hertford (d. 1621), 31 n, 57, 62, 80, 82; Eleanor, dchss. of Somerset (d. 1467), 45; Eliz., m. Thos. Bruce, 81; Eliz., (wife of Humph.), see Winslow; Frances, m. Conyers Darcy, 80–1, 122; Francis, Ld. Seymour of Trowbridge (d. 1664), 57, 122; Humph., 121; Jane, m. Chas. Boyle, 81; John (d. 1463), 121; John (d. 1675), 80; Oliver, 86; Sir Rog., 121 n; Sarah, dchss. of Somerset (d. 1692), †28, 29, 31, 35, 42; Sim., 121; Thos., Ld. Seymour of Sudeley (d. 1549), 29, 145; Wm., (d. 1660) 82; Wm., duke of Somerset (d. 1671), 80, 81; fam., 29, 34

Shaftsbury, earl of, see Cooper

Shaftesbury, abbey and abbess of, 66, 67, 69, 70, 72

Sharington, Anne (wife of John), 68; Anne, m. Wm. Saule, 68; Edw., 68; Eliz., 68; Sir Hen., 67, 72; John, 67; Olive, m. John Talbot, 67; Sir Wm. (d. 1553), 57, 67, 68, 69, 71, 72, 123; Wm. (d. 1610), 68

Sharpe, Sam. (fl. 1768), 176; (later Pocklington) Sam. (d. 1781), 176

Sharpenham, de, Ralph, 46, 47, 123

Sharps, Rob., 152

Shaw, in Lydiard Millicent, 84

Sheppard (Shepherd), Germanicus, 95; Hen., 46; John Harding, 111, 112, 131, 167; fam., 130

Shingler and Risdon, architects, 119

Shottesbrook, Edith, 13, 79, 83, 86; Rob., 13, 79, 83, 86

Shrewsbury, earl of, see Talbot

Shrivenham (Berks.), man., 80

Silcock, T. B., 154

Silcock and Reay, architects, 166

Simeon, prior of Bradenstoke, 46

Simeon, Sir Ric., 31

Simmonds (Simmons), Ric., 131; fam., 127

Skurray, Ernest Clement, 132

Smith, Ant., 185; Eliz. (wife of Thos. d. 1723), see Webb; Eliz., m. Rob. Neale, 57; Goddard, 98, 99, 170, 171; Mrs. Goddard, 173; Hen., 43; Jacob, 171; John (d. 1794), 180; John (d. 1815), 180; Jos., 22; Mary, m. John Jacob, 169, 170; Mary (wife of Thos. d. 1668), see Pinnell; Mat., 170; Ric., 171; Thos. (d. 1668), 170; Thos. (d. 1723), 48, 57; Thos. (d. 1790), 147; Thos. (fl. 1829), 180, 185; Wal., 57; fam., 171

Snell, S., 166

Snowe, John, 182

Soap-making ind., 180

Somborne, King's (Hants), 73

Somerset, dukes of, 69, 87; and see Beaufort, Seymour

Somerset, Chas. Noel, duke of Beaufort (d. 1756), 53; Eliz., dchss. of Beaufort (d. 1799), 53; Hen., duke of Beaufort (d. 1803), 53; Wm., 171

Somerset, 128, 129

South Western Gas Board, 140

Southwick (Hants), priory, 145, 146

Spackman, Rog., 57; Ruth, see Selfe; Thos. (fl. 1670), 43; Thos. (d. 1786), †29, 40, 42, 43

Spelman, see Spileman

Spencer (Spenser), Ld. Chas. (fl. 1759), 72; Geo., duke of Marlborough (d. 1817), 68, 69, 71, 72; Gilb., 177; Ric., 75; Ld. Rob. (fl. 1759), 72

Spicer, Jas., 185

Spileman (Spelman), Christine, 96; Nic., 96; Ric., 96; Wal., 52, 56; Wm., 96, 124

Stamp (Stampe), Tim., 98; Wm., vicar of Clyffe Pypard, 40

Standen Hussey (Berks.), 28

Stanford, de, Amy, 169; Isabel, 169; John, 169

Stanley, Edw., 181; Wm., 181, 185

Stanley, abbey and abbot of, 4, 33, 80, 81, 82, 86, 87, 201, 202

Stanmore, John of, 32

Stanshawe, of, John I, 54; John II, 54; Rob. I, 54; Rob. II, 54; Thos., 54

Stanton, John, 178

Staples, Alex., 181

Stephen the Carpenter (fl. 1086), 176

Stephen the Chamberlain (fl. 1227), 13

Stephen the Clerk (fl. 1214), 13

Stephens (Stevens), Anne, 68; Bridget, 145; Dorothy, 10; Eliz., 11; John (fl. 1596), 11, 145; John (fl. 1648), vicar of Chiseldon, 21; Nic. (fl. 1537), 15, 68; Nic. (d. 1611), 10, 11, 19, 69, 145; Ric. (fl. 1549), 30; Ric. (d. 1551), 30, 34; Rob., 48; Thos. (fl. 1549), 26, 30; Thos. (d. 1553), 15, 69, 145; Thos. (d. 1596), 10, 11, 15, 19, 20, 21, 69, 145; Thos. (d. 1619), 26; Thos. (fl. 1623), 10, 19, 48; Thos. (d. c. 1631), 10, 11, 19; fam., 15, 69

Steven, Wm., 13

Stevens, see Stephens

Stewart, David Jas., vicar of Hilmarton 62

Stichell, Frances, 131; John, 131; Wm. (d. 1618), 131; Wm. (fl. 1659), 131

Stigand, bp. of Winchester, 175, 176

Stiles, Edw., 60, 61; Rob., 60, 61

Still, John, 104

Stive (or Stine), Humph., 122; John, 122; Ric., 122; Rob., 122

'Stoche,' see Bradenstoke

Stodlegh, Joan, 18; Wm., 18

Stoke Gifford (Glos.), 53

Stone, Baynton, 17; Cath., m. Wm. Warry, 12; Jane Rosemary Alethe, m. D. Buchan, 12; Jas., 12, 17; John (d. 1774), 12, 17; John (d. 1792), 12; John (d. 1858), 12, 17; R.G.W., 12; Rob., 12; — (fl. 1882), 138; fam., 12

Storey, H. Lushington, 95

Story (later Storey-Maskelyne), Ant. Mervyn, 82; Marg., see Maskelyne; Mary, m. H. O. Arnold-Forster, 82; Mervyn Herbert Nevil, 82; fam., 82

Story of my Heart, The (Richard Jefferies), 67

Stracey, Sir Edw., 73

Stradlyng, Wm., 69

Strange, Garrett, Strange, and Cook, bankers, 128

Strange, John, 176, 185; fam., 128, 152

Strange, Strange and Co., bankers, 128

'Stratton', 13

Stratton, de, Adam, 120; Ric., 31, 36

Stratton Green, in Stratton St. Margaret, 152, 157

Stratton St. Margaret, 113, 116, 117, 119, 136, 140, 146, 161, 166, 167, 193; industrial estates, 131; prot. nonconf., 152; Rom. Cath., 151; sch., 163; and see Stratton Green

Street, G. E., 63, 202

Stremi (fl. 1060), 31, 94

Streynsham, Rob., 201

Strickland, Eliz., see Pile; Thos., 31

Strut, Wm., 83

Studies in the History of Swindon, 141

Sturgis, John (d. 1571), 169; John (fl. 1575), 169

Sturrock, Archibald, 142

Styne, Gillian, 46; John, 46; Ralph, 46; Rob., 46; Rog., 46; fam., 47

Suard, Ric., 32

Sudeley, Ld., see Boteler (Ralph)

Sully, Hen. of, abbot of Glastonbury, 16

Surtees, Mat., vicar of Swindon, 147

Suter and Edwards, engineers, 130

Sutton Benger, 39

Sutton, John, 13; Prince, 47; Thos., 81, 82

Swindon, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 48, 104–68; adv., 145; agric., 124–6; alehouses, 105, 110, and see inns; allotments, 136; almshouses, 167; AngloCatholicism, 150; area, 105, 138; art gallery, 139, 141; banks, 128, 152; 'Barracks', the, see buildings; baths, 115, 135, 142; bingo hall, 133; boundaries, 105, 113, 116, 117, 138, 139, 140
-, bridges, Golden Lion br., 108, 111, 112, 113, 135, 136; Stone br., 113; Union or Bullen's br., 113; Whale br., 115
-, Building Soc., Permanent, 111
-, buildings, the 'Barracks', 110, †116, 141, 152, 153, 155, 162; civic offices, 139; corn exchange, 115, 132–3, 142; Courts of Justice, 119; Mechanics' Institute, 142; and see houses, inns, market-hos., town halls
-, burgages, 105; bus service, 138–9; canals, 105, 108, 111, 112, 113, 116, 119, 127, 128, 130, 131, 132, 136; cemeteries, 113, 136, 138; chapels, 110, 111, 113; and see prot. nonconf.; char., 146, 166–8; Chartism, 128
-, chs., 144–51; All Saints ch., 150; ch. of St. Andrew, 117, 150–1; ch. of St. Barnabas, 115, 150; Christ Ch., 115, 132, 144, 147, 148, 150; Holy Rood, 108, †108, 115, 131, 144, 145–8, 166; ch. of St. John the Baptist, 119, 144, 151; ch. of St. John the Evangelist, 113, 144, 148, 149–50; ch. of St. Luke, 144, 148, 150; ch. of St. Mark, 109, 110, 136, 144, 147, 148–9, †148, 150, 161; ch. of St. Mary, 147, 150; ch. of St. Paul, 113, 144, 149; ch. of St. Peter, 117, 144, 151; ch. of St. Saviour, 144, 148, 150
-, ch.-ho., 133, 134; Church Well, 131; cinemas, 133, 143; civic offices, see buildings; clubs and societies, 66, 111, 135, 143; community halls, 117, 119; education, 143, 159–66, and see schs.; electricity supply, 115, 138, 139; epidemics, 135; estates, 46, 119–24; fairs, 105, 133; farms, 108, 117, 126, and see Okus Farm; fields, 124, 125, 126; fire prevention, 135; Garden of Remembrance, 140; gas supply, 112, 130, 134, 135, 140; geol., 104–5
-, health, public, 135–6, 139, 140, 141–2; local boards of (new town), 111, 112, 113, 115, 133, 135, 136, 138; (old town), 111, 116, 135, 136, 138
-, hosps., G.W.R. hosp., 109, 139, 140, 142; isolation hosp., 115, 135, 136, 139, 140; Princess Margaret hosp., 140; Victoria hosp., 136, 139, 140
-, houses, 106, 107, 108, 109–12, 115–16, 117, 119; Aspley Ho., 109; Canford Ho., 107; Cricklade St., no. 42, 108, †138; Croft Ho., 109; the Hermitage, 108; the Lawn, 108, 117, 119, 120, 140, 148; Manchester Ho., 106; old vicarage ho., 108; Rectory Ho., 106; the Sanctuary, 108; Square Ho., 106
-, housing estates, 105, 106, 109, 110, 111, 117, 119, 129, 140, 144, 149; Covingham estate, 119, 149; G.W. R. estate, 109–10, 111, †116; Lawn estate, 118; Moredon estate, 117; Nythe estate, 119; Park estates, 119; Penhill estate, 117, 119, 140; Pinehurst estate, 116, 117, 139, 160; Walcot estates, 117
-, immigrant workers, 111, 117, 128, 131, 140, 141, 144; Improvement Co., 110, 142; inc., 105, 124–5, 126; industrial estates, 119, 131, 140
-, ind., 105, 106, 112, 113, 117, 126–31; aircraft manufacturing, 130; brickmaking, 130; building, 113, 130; cabinet-making, 130; clothing, 130; engineering, 130, 131; farm machinery manufacturing, 130; leather manufacturing, 126, 130; radio components, 130; shoe making, 130; tobacco manufacturing, 130; wool ind., 126, 130; and see quarrying, railway works, trades and professions
-, inns, 105, 106, 110, 111, 115; 'Bell', 106, 115; 'Bell and Shoulder of Mutton', 107; 'Bull', 106; 'Castle', 110; 'Cross Keys', 111, 115; 'Crown', 106, 123; 'Falcon', 111; 'Forester's Arms', 111, 'George', 111, 'Goddard Arms', 106, 115, 123; 'Golden Lion', 110, 111, 112; 'Greyhound', 151; 'Jolly Sailor', 111; 'King of Prussia', 106; 'King's Arms', 106, 115, 131; 'Locomotive', 110, 111; 'Old Locomotive', 110; 'Queen's Arms' (later Queen's Hotel), 110, 132; 'Railway Hotel', 106, 115; 'Rifleman's Arms', 111, 115; 'Running Horse', 109; 'The Tabernacle', 113; Union Railway Inn, 110; 'Whale', 110; 'Wholesome Barrel', 110; 'Wild Deer', 111
-, Italian community, 151; Kingshill, 109, 113, 127, 139; Lapper's Hill, 124, 125; Latton, 139, 140; lectures, 143; libraries, 117, 119, 141, 142
-, local govt., 133–41; aldermen, 138; borough, 105, 106, 116, 117, 133, 138, 140, 141; borough arms, 141, 141; borough plate, 141, borough seal, 141; charter, 138; corporation or council, 80, 106, 117, 119, 120, 126, 131, 133, 138, 139, 140, 141, 159, 160, 174; county borough status, 140; incorporation, 138; magistracy, 138; man. court, 127, 133; mayor, 138, 141, 143, par. officers, 133, 134, 135; politics, 138; quarter sessions, 138; U.D.C. (new town), 135, 136, 138; (old town), 135, 138; wards, 138; and see boundaries, education, electricity supply, health, local boards of, poor relief, sewage disposal, water supply
-, lock-up, 107, man.-ho., 120; mans., 119–24, 127, 131, 133, 176; markets, 105, 110, 115, 126, 132–3, 194, 196; market cross, 106, 133; market-ho. (new town), 113, 133; (old town), 115, 132; marsh, 108, 125; Mechanics' Institute, 110, 130, 133, 135, 141, 142, 158, 159, 162; mills, 106, 108, 109, 131–2; Moredon, 117, 139; museums, 109, 110, 139, 141; newspapers, 143–4; New Town, 105, 106, 110, 111, 112–15, 119, 128, 129, 133, 135, 136, 138, 144, 167; Okus Farm, 109, 123–4, 125, 126, 131, 146; Old Town, 104, 106, 111, 112, 113, 115–16, 128, 130, 134, 135, 136, 138, 144, 167
-, par., 105, 138; All Saints par., 144, 150; Christ Ch. par., 144; St. John the Baptist par., 144; St. Mark's par., 144, 148–9, 150; St. Paul's par., 144, 145, 148, 149; St. Peter's par., 144
-, parks, 108, 109, 115, 116, 136 138, 139, 140; pedestrian precinct, 119; pest-ho., 107, 134, 135; pillory, 106; police sta., 115, 138; Polish community, 151; poor relief, 133, 134; pop., 105, 106, 110, 111, 112, 113, 115, 116, 117, 129, 139, 140, 144; Post Office, 111, 119, 131; prehistoric remains, 105; Prospect Works, 130; prot. nonconf., 90, 105, 107, 138, 151–9, 185; quarrying ind., 31, 105, 107, 125, 126–8; railway works, 105–6, 109– 10, 111, 112, 113, 115, 126, 128–30, 141, 142, 152, 157, 158, 159; Ratepayer's Protection Association, 136; rector, 105, 121, 123, 145, 146; rectory, 145, 146; rectory ho., 146; roads, 107, 108, 109, 119; Rom. Cath., 151, 159, 163, 166, 203; Roman remains, 105; Rushey Plate, 108, 109, 115, 124; sarsen stone, 117, †148
-, schs., 113, 117, 119, 147, 151, 159–66; Ch. of England sch., 160–1 Clarence st. sch., 164; Clifton st. sch., 163; the College, 165–6; the College secondary sch., 164; College st. sch., 162; Commonweal Grammar sch., 165; the Drove sch., 165; Euclid st. sch., 164–5; Even Swindon schs., 164; Ferndale schs., 165; Gorse Hill sch., 163–4; G.W.R. sch., 161–2; Holy Rood sch., 163; Jennings st. sch., 165; Lethbridge rd. sch., 163; Pinehurst schs., 165; private schs., 166; Queenstown schs., 162; Rodbourne Cheney schs., 165; Westcott schs., 162–3
-, sewage disposal, 113, 134–5, 136, 140; skating rink, 133; social life, 105, 141–4; societies, see clubs; sports, 105, 115, 141, 143; stocks, 106; street-lighting, 135 streets, 106–13, 115, 116, 117, 119; Albert St., 116, 134, 156; Albion St., 113; Albion Terrace, 111; Alliance Terrace, 111; Alma Terrace, 111; Ashford Rd., 113, 115; Avening St., 113, 163; Avenue Rd., 116; Aylesbury St., 149; Back Lane, 108; Bath Rd., 109, 116, 124, 125, 126, 139, 152, 153, 154, 155; Bath St., 109; Bath Terrace, 116; Bathampton St., 109; Beatrice St., 115, 157; Beckhampton St., 111; Beech Avenue, 117; Belle Vue Rd., 115, 116; Bellwood Place, 111; Belmont Crescent, 116; Birch St., 115, 136; Bridge St., 108, 110, 111, 112, 135, 138, 143, 152, 155; Bright St., 113; Bristol St., 109, 112, 159, 161, 162; Britannia Place, 107, 116, 134; Broad St., 150, 158, 160; Brunel St., 111; Burford Avenue, 117; Butterworth St., 156; Byron St., 112, 113; Cambria Bridge Rd., 113, 136; Cambria Place, 111, 157; Cannon St., 113; Carfax St., 112; Carlton St., 112; Carr St., 112; Catherine St. 112; Chapel St., 111, 113, 140, 158; Charles St., 113; Cheltenham St., 111; Cheney Manor Rd., 153, 156, 159; Church Place, 109, 110, 162, 163; Churchward Avenue, 117; Clarence St., 143, 155, 159, 162, 164; Clifton St., 113, 136, 156, 163; Colbourne St., 130; College St., 112, 159, 162; Commercial Rd., 113, 133; Commonweal Rd., 147, 150; Corporation St., 112, 115, 116, 138; County Rd., 116, 119; Cow Lane, 108, 111, 112; Cricklade Rd., 117, 155, 156, 157; Cricklade St., 108, 120, 132, 144, 146, 147, 167; Croft Rd., 117; Crombey St., 108; Cromwell St., 111; Cross St., 112; Dammas Lane, 108; Deacon St., 156; Dean St., 115; Devizes Rd., 107, 115, 116, 125, 133, 141, 147, 158; Dixon St., 112, 113, 153, 158, 162; Dover St., 112; Dowling St., 163; Drove Rd., 108, 115, 116, 117, 119, 130, 140, 151; East St., 110; Eastcott Hill, 108, 112, 115, 135, 158; Eastcott Lane, 111; Edgware Rd., 112; Edinburgh St., 136, 156; Elmina Rd., 115; Emlyn Square, 109 142; Euclid St., 116, 139, 143, 160, 164, 165; Exeter St., 109; Exmouth St., 113; Falcon Terrace, 111; Faringdon Rd., 110, 112, 113, 136, 139, 155; Faringdon St., 109, 153; Farnsby St., 112, 113; Ferndale Rd. 115, 116, 156, 157, 160, 165; Fleet St., 108, 109, 110, 111, 113, 119, 130, 138, 156, 157; Fleetway Terrace, 111; Flemming Way, 119, 124; Florence St., 115, 158; Folkestone Rd., 115; Gladstone St., 112; Gloucester St., 111; Goddard Avenue, 116; Gooch St., 112; Groundwell Rd., 143, 151, 163; Guppy St., 113; Harding St., 111; Havelock St., 111; Haydon St., 112; Headlands Grove, 117; Henry St., 111, 113; High St., 106, 107, 108, 109, 115, 130, 132, 133, †182; Hinton St., 113; Holbrook St., 112; Horace St., 109; Horse Fair, 107; Hunt St., 115; Hythe Rd., 113, 115; Jennings St., 113, 165; John St., 111, 113; Kembrey St., 130; Kent Rd., 115; King St., 112; King William St., 116, 147, 161; Kingshill Rd., 116, 117; Lansdown Rd., 116; Lethbridge Rd., 116, 160, 163; Liddington St., 158; Linden Rd., 156; Linslade St., 113; Little London, 108, 116, 134; London St., 109, 111; Maidstone Rd., 115; The Mall, 116; Malvern Rd., 117, 158; Manchester Rd., 112, 115, 139, 153, 156; Market Square, 106, 115, 132, 133, 138, 141, 146; Marlborough Lane, 107; Marlborough Rd., 107, 108, 117, 119, 132; Marlborough St., 156; Marlowe Avenue, 151; Maxwell St., 148; Merton St., 112; Mill Lane, 108, 125, 130; Mill St., 112, 157; Milton Rd., 113; Moredon Rd., 153, 156; Morris St., 113; Mount Pleasant, 111; Newcastle St., 116, 130; Newport St., 105, 106–7, 115, 152, 153, 154, 159, 160, 161; North St., 111, 112, 157, 158; Northern Rd., 117; Okus Rd., 116, 136, 139; Oriel St., 112, 149; Osborne St., 159; Oxford St., 109, 111; Page St., 111; Park Lane, 108, 151; Penhill Drive, 117; Percy St., 113, 155; The Planks, 108, 146, 152, 154; Plymouth St., 116; Portsmouth St., 116; Poulton St., 115; Princes St., 108, 111, 112, 119, 124, 155; Prospect Hill, 112, 135, 153, 157; Prospect Place, 109, 110, 112, 113, 116, 152, 156, 166; Quarry Rd., 116; Queen St., 111, 112, 135; Queen's Drive, 117, 119, 153, 156; Raleigh Avenue, 151; Reading St., 109, 111; Redcliffe St., 115; Redcross St., 113; Regent Circus, 108, 111, 115, 136, 138, 139, 151, 155, 157, 166; Regent Place, 108, 112, 153, 158; Regent St., 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 115, 119, 141, 151, 152, 153, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 163; Ripley Rd., 116; Rodbourne Lane, 113; Rodbourne Rd., 108, 138, 156, 157; Rolleston St., 112, 158; St. Margaret's Rd., 116; The Sands, 134; Sanford St., 112, 151, 152, 154, 161, 162; Sandringham Rd., 119; Sheppard St., 111, 113, 130; Short Hedge, 134; Shrivenham Rd., 117, 119; South St., 116, 153, 157; Springfield Rd., 107, 134; Stafford St., 112; Sussex Square, 117, †148; Swindon St., 112; Taunton St., 109; Temple St., 158; Thomas St., 113; Tovey Rd., 151; Turl St., 112; Turner St., 115; Union Row, 116; Union St., 116; Upham Rd., 153, 154; Victoria Rd., 113, 115, 116, 130, 158, 159, 165, 166; Victoria St., 116, 134, 135, 153, 154; Vilett St., 112; Volta Rd., 115; Walcot Rd., 117; Warwick Rd., 111; Waterloo Terr., 111; Wellington St., 111, 112, 119, 158; Wesley St., 155; Westcott Place, 109, 110, 111, 112, 135, 151, 156; Westcott St., 109, 110; Western St., 112; Westlecott Rd., 105, 116, 125, 127; Whitbourne Avenue, 119, 151; Whiteman St., 115; Whitworth Rd., 138; William St., 113, 155, 158; Windmill St., 106, 131; Windsor Rd., 119; Winifred Rd., 116; Wood St., 106, 108, 109, 115, 131, 132; Wroughton Rd., 136; York Rd., 116, 124 Technical Institute, 159, 160, 165–6; theatres, 115, 142, 143; tithes, 145, 146; Town Hall (Market Sq.), †108, 132, 142; Town Hall (Regent Circus), 115, 136, 138, 139, 141, †156; Tractarianism, 149
-, trades and professions, 105, 126–31; attorneys, 128; bacon factor, 130; bakers, 126; bankers, 128; barbers, 126; blacksmith, 105; boilersmiths, 130; brandy merchant 128; brass-finishers, 130; brewers, 130; butchers, 126, 133; carpenters, 126; cheesefactors, 126, 128; clothier, 126; coal-and-salt-merchant, 128; coopers, 126; coppersmith, 130; corn and hop factors, 130; currier, 128; drapers, 126, 128; draughtsmen, 130; engineers, 130; engine-turners, 130; feltmaker 126; fitters, 130; gas engineer, 130; grinders, 130; grocers, 128; iron and brass founder, 130; ironmonger, 128; labourers, 105, 126; machine maker, 130; masons, 126; millwright, 130; quarriers, 127, 128; saddler, 128; shearman, 126; shoemakers, 126, 130; silkweaver, 126; skinner, 126; smiths, 126, 130; spring-makers, 130; stonecutter, 126; stonemerchants, 128; surgeonapothecaries, 128; tailors, 126; tallow chandlers, 128; undertakers, 128; upholsterers, 128; weavers, 126; winnowing machine makers, 130; woolman, 126; woolmongers, 126; woolstapler, 128
-, Trades Council, 138; tramways, 138, 139; 'Trip', 142; Ukrainian community, 151; vicar, 105, 145, 146–7, 161; vicarage, 145, 146; vicarage ho., 146; water supply, 108, 115, 135, 138, 139, 140; Welsh community, 111, 128, 152, 157; wharf, 108, 127, 130, 132; White Horse Repository, 133; workho., 107, 134; and see Broome, Eastcott, Even Swindon, Gorse Hill, Nethercott, Rodbourne Cheney, Walcot, Westcott

Swindon Advertiser, 136, 138

Swindon Advertiser and Monthly Record, 143, 144

Swindon Advertiser and Wiltshire, Berkshire and Gloucestershire Chronicle, 144

Swindon Central Market Co., 132

Swindon Corporation Water Co., 200

Swindon Echo, 144

Swindon Gas Co., 134; and see New Swindon Gas Co.

Swindon Hill, 1, 105, 106, 109, 124, 125, 136

Swindon and North Wilts. Technical Instruction Committee, 159

Swindon Press Ltd., 144

Swindon Waterworks Co., 135

Symons, Chris., vicar of Seagry, 172

T.

Talbot, Eliz. (fl. 1377), 120; Eliz. (fl. 1492), m. Sir Edw. Grey, 122; Geo., earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1541), 120; Gilb., 120; John, earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1453), 121; John (fl. 1581), 67; Sir John (d. 1714), 67, 72; Marg., ctss. of Shrewsbury (d. 1467), 45, 121; Olive, see Sharington; Ric. (fl. 1377), 120; Ric. (d. 1396), 120; Thos., vct. Lisle (d. 1469), 121, 122; Wm., bp. of Durham, 72; fam., 120, 123

Tame, Edm., 120; Eliz., m. Lewis Watkins, 120; fam., 120

Tancarville, Wm. de, 57

Tangier, 63

Tate, Mat., rector of Liddington 72,

Taylor, Anne, 18; Fred., 64; Wm. (fl. 1690), 18; Wm. (fl. 1849), 74

Tedgar, (fl. 1060) 53

Terumber, Eliz., see Winslow; Jas., 121; John, 121

Testwood, Gilb., 96

Thames, riv., 127

Than, Wm., 13

Thomas, count of Perche (d. 1217), 176

Thomas, earl of Lancaster (d. 1322), 176

Thomas, Hartland, 150

Thornhill, in Clyffe Pypard, 5, 24, 26, 27, 145; agric., 33, 34, 35, 36; courts, 37; man., 29, 31, 42; man-ho., 31; mill, 37; poor relief, 37; prot. nonconf., 41; sch., 42; tithes, 39

Thornhill hund., 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 66, 175; meeting-place, 5

Thornton, Alex., rector of Lydiard Tregoze, 87

Thunder Brook, 186

Thynne, Sir John, 34

Tibetot, John, 82; Marg., see Badlesmere

Times, The, 52

Tobacco-manufacturing ind., 130

'Toccansceaga', see Tockenham, West

Tockenham, Thos. of, 96, 98, 101

Tockenham (or East Tockenham), 3, 4, 5, 31, 168–74; adv., 171; agric., 171; area, 168; boundaries, 168, 169; canal, 168, 169; char., 65, 173–4; ch., 38, 62, 101, 171–3, 202; estates, 169, 170; fields, 171; geol., 168; houses, 169; inc., 171; local govt., 171; man., 30, 168, 169–70; man.-ho., 168, 170–1; mill, 171; par., 93; parsonage ho., 172; pop., 168; prot. nonconf., 173; Queen Court Farm, 168, 169, 170, 171; rly., 168, 169; rectorial estate, 172; rectors, 101, 171, 172; rectory, 100, 171; reservoir, 93; roads, 168–9; Roman remains, 168, 173; schs., 173; Shaw, 168, 169, 170, 171; tithes, 172; village, 168, 169; Wick, 168, 169, 170, 171, 173; woodland, 168, 171

Tockenham ('Toccansceaga'), West, in Lyneham, 68, 91, 168, 169; agric., 98; Court Farm, 96, 98; courts, 99; estates, 95–6; fields, 98; inc., 98; man., 95, 96; man.-ho., 96; Meadow Court, 96; mills, 99; pop., 91; roads, 93; tithes, 101

Toomer, John, 106, 115

Torperley, Nat., rector of Liddington, 72

Town and Country Planning Act (1947), 140

Town Development Act (1952), 106, 131, 140, 144

Townsend, — (18th cent. architect), 31

Towresley, Wm., 99

Travers, Martin, 148

Tregoze, Clarice, m. la Warre, 78; John, 4, 53, 78, 86; Rob., sheriff of Wilts. (d. by 1215), 78; Rob., (d. 1265), 53, 77, 78; Sybil (wife of Rob. I), see Ewias; Sybil, m. Wm. de Grandison, 78, 79, 83, 86; fam., 53

Trepplin, E. C., 201

Trevilines, — (fl. 1413), 121

Trowbridge, 39, 121; honor of, 55, 56, 95; man., 122, 176

Trowbridge Building Soc., 112

Tuchet, Geo., earl of Castlehaven (d. 1617), 55; Jas., earl of Castlehaven (d. 1684), 55; Lucy, see Mervyn; Mervyn, earl of Castlehaven (d. 1631), 55, 56

Tuck, Adam (fl. 1660), 97, 101; Adam (fl. 1744), 97; John, 57; Mary, see Selfe; Rob. (fl. 1660), 97, 101; Rob. (fl. 1719), 97; fam., 97

Tudor, Edm., earl of Richmond (d. 1456), 79; Marg., see Beaufort

Turchetil (fl. 1086), 56

Turner, Isaac, 103; Lucy, 54; Ric., 54; Revd. S., 90; Thos., 115; Wm., 54; fam., 130

Twittee, Thos., vicar of Chiseldon 48, 49

Tyeys, de, Alice, m. Warin de Lisle, 45, 83; Hawise, 45; Hen. (d. c. 1308), 45, 46, 83, 84; Hen. (d. 1321–2), 45, 83

Tymmes, Thos., 38

Tytherton, East, in Chippenham, 158

U.

Uffcott, in Broad Hinton, 3, 4, 5

Ulfric (fl. 1060), 53

Ulvric (fl. 1086), 124

Ulward (fl. 1086), 122, 124

Unigate Creameries Ltd., 196–7

Unitarians, 152, 157, 159

United Dairies Ltd., 196

United Kingdom Land and Building Association, 112

Unwin, Sir Raymond, 116

Upham, in Aldbourne, 14, 120, 122

V.

Valence, de, Aymer, 120, 131; Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1296), 4, 5, 105, 120; fam., 105

Vaux, Wm., vicar of Wanborough, 175; Wm. Sandys Wright, 175

Vergil, Polydone, 175

Vickers-Armstrong, aircraft manufacturers, 130

Victoria County History, 141

Vilett, Arthur, 131; John (fl. 1657), 122, 125, 145; John (fl. 1729), 122; Mary, see Goddard; Nic., 145; Thos. (fl. 1657), 122, 125, 145; Thos. (fl. 1773), 46, 108; Thos. Goddard, rector of Draycot Foliat, 48; Wm., 146; fam., 105, 112, 122, 145, 146, 148, 167

Villiers, Barbara, see St. John; Charlotte, see Capel; Sir Edw., 79 n; Geo. Wm. Fred., earl of Clarendon (d. 1870), 39; Thos., earl of Clarendon (d. 1786), 81, 87, 191, 204; Thos., earl of Clarendon (d. 1824), 85, 204; Sir Wm., 79 n

W.

Wadard (fl. 1086), 121

Wade, F. B., 150

Wakeham fam., 64

Walcot, in Swindon, 108, 117; agric., 124, 125; ch., 144, 147, 150–1; estates, 123, 124; farms, 126; inc., 125; local govt., 134, 138; prot. nonconf., 153, 154, 156; schs., 166; tithes, 146; and see Swindon, housing estates

Walker, Clement, 94; Heneage, 94, 96, 101, 102; John (d. 1758), 29, 94; John (later Walker-Heneage, d. 1806), 94, 100, 101; Mary, see Button; Rob., 18; fam., 96, 102

Walker-Heneage, Clement, 94; Geo. (formerly Wyld), 94; Godfrey, 94; John (formerly Walker), 94; fam., 94, 96, 98, 100, 102

Wallace, Wm., 158

Wallingford (Berks.), 39; honor of, 12, 28, 44, 45, 47, 123, 190, 198; prior and priory of, 123, 146

Wallis, Hen., 169; Lucy, 169; Wm. I, 169; Wm. II, 169

Walrond, Edw., 121; Eliz., 12; Ingram, 12; Joan, 12; John, 12; Wm., 12; fam., 12

Walsham, Rob., canon of Salisbury, 72; Wm., prebendary of Liddington, 72

Walter, bp. of Bath and Wells, 11

Walter, abbot of Hyde, 12, 13

Walter, John, 170; Thos., 170

Wanborough, of, John, 178, 184; Rob., 178, 181, 184; fam., 178, 184

Wanborough, 1, 3, 4, 5, 46, 66, 119, 174–86; adv., 182; agric., 179–80; area, 174; boundaries, 174; chant., 183; chap. of St. Ambrose, 184; chap. of St. Katherine, 177, 178, 180, 181, 183, 184; char., 185–6; ch., 178, 181–4, †182; courts, 181; Earlscourt Farm, 174, 176–7, 179, 182; East and West, 175; estates, 175–9; fairs, 180–1; farms, 180; fields, 179–80; geol., 174; houses, 175; inc., 180; ind., 180; inns, 175; local govt., 181; Lower and Upper, 175; man.-ho., 177; mans., 175–9; mills, 179, 181; poor relief, 181; pop., 175; prehistoric remains, 174; prot. nonconf., 180, 184–5; quarries 174; rectorial estate, 178, 182; rectors, 182, 184; rectory, 179, 182; rectory ho., 178–9; roads, 174, 175; Rom. Cath., 185; Roman remains, 126, 174; Saxon cemetery, 174; schs., 75, 185; tithes, 182; trackways, 174, 175; vicarage, 182; vicarage ho., 182; vicars, 178, 182, 183; village, 175; wall paintings, 183; Warnage Farm, 178; worthies, 175

Wancy, de, Christine, 54; Geof., 4, 54; Ralph, 52, 54; Wm., 54; fam., 54

Wantage (Berks.), 153, 185; Community of St. Mary the Virgin at, 148

Ward, John, 46, 47; Mic. Foster, 46, 47

Warman, Eliz., 201; Jasper, 201; John, 74; Thos., 68

Warminster, 105

Warner, Hen., 54

Warre, le or la, Clarice, see Tregoze; John, 78; Rog., 53

Warry, Cath., see Stone; Wm., 12

Warry-Stone, Wm. Ellis, 12

Warwick, earl of, see Beauchamp, Dudley

Warwick, Eliz., 100

Waspail, Rog., 55

Watchfield (Berks.), 124

Watkins, Eliz., see Tame; Lewis, 120; Wm., 120

Watson, Geo., 86

Waylen, Jas., 193

Waynflete, Wm. of, bp. of Winchester 55, 178, 184

Wealsh, Jas., vicar of Hilmarton, 62

Weare, alias Browne, John, 83; Thos., 83

Weaver, Hen., 52, 63

Webb (Webbe), Dan., 57; E. Doran, 151; Eliz., m. Thos. Smith, 57; Marg., see Selfe; Mary, 47; Rob., 71; Thos., 49; — (fl. 19th cent.), 22; fam., 145; and see Evered, Richmond

Welde, Wm. atte, 177

Wells, Rob., 74

Wenman, Thos., 121

Wereman, Wm., 13

Wesley, John, 22, 152, 185

Wesleyan and General Insurance Co., 143

West, Thos., 123; Wm. (d. 1610), 123; Wm. (fl. 1617), 123

Westbury, 40, 105, 153; and see Heywood

Westcott, in Swindon, 109, 110, 111; agric., 124; man., 121–2, 124; mill, 131

Westlecott, in Wroughton, 3, 4, 5, 68 124, 127

Westminster Press and Provincial Newspapers Ltd., 144

Westrop, in Chiseldon, 5, 8, 14, 15

Weymouth (Dors.), 142

Wharton, And., 198

Whatley, Chas. W., 16; fam., 12, 17

Wheeler, Thos., 22

White, Thos., 145

Whitefield, Geo., 103

Whitley, in Calne, 51

Whitmore, Marg., m. Sir John St. John, 89

Wicke, John, vicar of Wootton Bassett 205

Wigmore (Herefs.), 96

Wilcot, 182

Wild Life in a Southern County (Richard Jefferies), 67

Willetts, Canon W. H., rector of Lydiard Tregoze, 89

Williams, Alfred Owen, 67, 130, 143; J. A. A., 95; Jos., 128

Wills (Chas.) and Sons, clothiers, 130

Wills, W. D. and H. O., tobacco manufacturers, 130

Wilson, Frances, see Goddard; Pet. Werden, 28; Wm., 28; Wm. Werden, 28

Wilson and Wilcox, architects, 132

Wilton, prior of, 4

Wiltshire, — (20th cent. quarrier), 128

Wiltshire, 42, 43, 127; archd. of, 39, 86, 146, 202; sheriff of, 192

Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 175

Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Soc., 26, 141

Wilts. & Berks. canal, 8, 77, 78, 85, 93, 105, 108, 110, 112, 116, 119, 127, 128, 131, 132, 141, 162, 168, 169, 187, 196

Wiltshire Bibliography (1929), 26

Wiltshire County Council, 30, 81, 85, 103, 138, 140, 159, 160

Wilts. and Dorset Banking Co., 196

Wiltshire Gazette and Herald, 144

Wiltshire Herald and Advertiser, 144

Wiltshire Newspapers Ltd., 144

Wiltshire Regiment, 141

Winchcombe, Frances, m. Hen. St. John, vct. Bolingbroke, 79

Winchester, bp. of, 3, 4, 29, 33, 176; and see Blois, Stigand, Waynflete, Wykeham; cath., 176, 179; coll., 40; D. and C., 178, 179, 182, 185 n; Hyde abbey, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 20, 46; and see Ferynges; Old Minister, 10; St. Mary's abbey, 120; St. Swithun's priory, 3, 4, 29, 30, 34, 39

Windsor (Berks.), St. George's chap., 146

Winslow, Eliz., m. (1) John Terumber (2) Humph. Seymour, 121; Thos., 121

Winterbourne Bassett, 40

Winterbourne Monkton, 16, 22

Witcomb, Wm. of, 55

Witcomb, in Hilmarton, 5, 51; adv., 64; agric., 58, 59; bridge, 60; chap., 61, 64; farm-ho., 56; farms, 56, 59; fields, 59; man., 55–6; mill, 60; pop., 51; tithes, 61; woodland, 58

Witney (Oxon)., 121

Wolfhall, in Great Bedwyn, 121

Wolford, Ric., 90

Wollmonger, John, 196

Woodchester (Glos.), 151

Woolnall, Mary, m. Hen. Danvers, 100

Wolsey, Thos., cardinal, 63

Woodford, 201; and see Heale

Woodhay, West (Berks.), 176

Woodhill, in Clyffe Pypard, 30; agric., 33–4, 35, 36, 37; chap., 38, 41; estate, 33; man., 12, 29, 31–2; man.-ho., 32; mill, 37; Park, 5, 32; prehistoric remains, 24, 26; tithes, 39, 40, 41

Wool ind., 66, 126, 130, 180

Woolworth (F. W.) and Co., 149

Wootton, Agnes, m. Wm. Yorke, 194; Emmot, m. Hen. Ogdun, 194; Nic., 45, 46, 193, 194

Wootton Bassett, 3, 4, 5, 31, 41, 75, 87, 91, 115, 186–205; adv., 201; agric., 194–6; area, 186; banks, 189, 196; borough, 190, 191, 198, 199, 200; boundaries, 186; bridges, 187; buildings, 189; burgages, 187, 195, 199; burgesses, 199, 200; canal, 187, 189, 196; char., 104, 200, 204–5; charters, 199; ch., †62, 201–3; commons, 186, 187, 195; corporation, 197, 198, 199, 200, 202; courts, 188, 199, 200; estates, 193–4; fairs, 197; farms, 187, 196; fields, 195; gas supply, 200; geol., 186; Greenhill, 186, 187, 200; hosps., 200, 201; houses, 187, 189; housing estates, 189; inc., 189, 190, 194, 195; ind., 196–7; inns, 189, 196; kiln, 187; local govt., 198–201; manorial buildings, 192–3; mans., 28, 81, 169, 190–2, 199; markets, 188, 196, 197; mayor, 197, 198, 199, 200, 202; mills, 197–8; mineral springs, 186; Nore Marsh, 187, 195, 204; par., 200; Parl. rep., 198; pop., 187; priory, 187–8; prison, 189, 198; prot. nonconf., 203; quarries, 186; rly., 187, 189, 196; rectors, 201; rectory, 201; roads, 186, 187; Rom. Cath., 151, 203; royal stud, 194; R.D.C., 189; schs., 203–4; seals, 201; sewage disposal, 200; stocks, 189; streetlighting, 200; streets, 189; tithes, 201–2; Town Hall, 188–9, †193, 200; Town Trust, 188, 200; trackways, 186–7; trade, 196; Vastern man. and Park, 186, 187, 189–90, 191, 192–3, †192, 194–5, 198; vicarage, 201; vicarage ho., 202; vicars, 172, 201, 202, 204; water supply, 24, 200; wharf, 187, 189, 196; woodland, 190; Woodshaw, 186, 187, 200

Wootton Rivers, 42

Worcester, earl of, see Percy

World War, First, 81, 138; Second, 116, 117, 119, 130, 132, 139, 140, 141

Worle (Som.), 177

Wright, John, 169

Wroughton, Chris., 32; Francis, 29; Giles, 32, 56; Isabel, 12, 18, 67, 123; John, 12, 32, 71; Marg., 32; Thos. (fl. 1406), 56; Thos. (d. 1597), 32, 56; Wm. (d. 1393), 12, 18, 32, 38, 67, 123, 192, 195; Wm. (d. 1408), 32, 56; Wm. (d. 1558), 32, 56, 67; fam., 12, 35, 56, 67, 68, 123

Wroughton, 3, 5, 13, 84, 105, 116, 131, 166; aerodrome, 9; Blagrove Farm, 5; hosp., 9, 136; par., 4, 75; prot. nonconf., 157; Rom. Cath., 151; sch., 23; waterworks, 135, 140; wharf, 111; and see Costow, Elcombe, Overtown, Quidhampton, Salthrop, Westlecott

Wroughton, Lower, 3, 4

Wroughton, Over, 5

Wulfmaer (fl 62), 52, 56

Wyatt, Sir Mat. Digby, 109

Wyk (Wyke), de, John (fl. 1343), 83; John (fl. 1400), 83, 193; Marg., 193

Wykeham, Wm. of, bp. of Winchester 40

Wyld (later Walker-Heneage), Geo., 94; Mary, 94

Wyn, Ellis, 182

Wyndham, Chas., earl of Egremont (d. 1763), 69; Chas., (fl. 1763), 69; Chas. Wm. (d. 1828), 122; Geo., earl of Egremont (d. 1837), 122; Geo. Francis, earl of Egremont (d. 1845), 122; Wm., 69

Wyndmuleward, Wm. le, 181 n

Y.

Yate, John, 181; Thos., 181

York, duke of, see Edmund, Edward, Richard; dchss. of, see Cecily

Yorke, Agnes, see Wootton; John (d. 1513), 45, 46, 194; John (fl. 1640), 122; Thos., 46, 194; Wm. (d. 1477), 13, 45, 194; Wm. (fl. 1648), 82, 122; Wm. (fl. 1709), 82; fam., 122

Younge, Ric., 69

Z.

Zouche, la, Ela, 176; Rog., 176