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'General Index', A History of the County of Leicester: volume 4: The City of Leicester (1958), pp. 459-472. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66597 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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There are two indexes in this volume, a General Index and a Leicester Index. The first consists of all entries other than those in the Leicester Index, the second consists of entries which would otherwise begin with the word 'Leicester'. Cross-references to entries in the Leicester Index from entries in both the General Index and the Leicester Index are prefixed with the letter 'L.' Places named in the text merely as residences are indexed only as a means of cross-reference to the residents. Lists of subject-entries are given in the Leicester Index at the end of the entries for 'city and borough' and 'trade and industry'.

The following abbreviations have been used, sometimes with the addition of the letter s to form the plural: Abp., Archbishop; admin., administration; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Assoc, Association; Ave., Avenue; Bart., Bartholomew; bd., board; Ben., Benjamin; Bp., Bishop; bounds., boundaries; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; ch., church; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; Ctss., Countess; d., died; Dan., Daniel; econ. hist., economic history; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; Fran., Francis; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geoff., Geoffrey; Gil., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; incl., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Ld., Lord; lib., liberty; m., married; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic, Nicholas; non-conf., non-conformity; par., parish; Pet., Peter; pop., population; R.C., Roman Catholic; R. Cath., Roman Catholicism; Rd., Road; Ric, Richard; riv., river; rly., railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sim., Simon; Soc, Society; St., Street; Steph., Stephen; stn., station; Thos., Thomas; Val., Valentine; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

A.

Abbatt, John, 101 n.

Abell (Aboll), Alice (Johnson), 88 n, 100 n; Isaac, 396; Val., 105 n; fam., 396.

Aberdeen, Earl of, see Gordon, Geo. Hamilton.

Abney, Dannet, 95, 102, 103 n; Sir Edw., 121; Phil., 187 n; Thos., 124 n; Sir Thos., 121; —, chamberlain, 115.

Aboll, see Abell.

Abyssinia, 247.

Acham, Ant., 412.

Adam s. of Ivo, 429.

Adcock, Halford, 441, 442.

Adderby, D., 417.

Agar, Wm., 427.

Aires, see Ayres.

Aislabie, Wm., 448.

Albert, Prince Consort, 419 n.

Alexander, Bp. of Lincoln, 16, 353, 443.

Alexander, Dr. Edw., 382.

Allanson, Mrs., 422.

Allen, John, 82; R. Wilberforce, 243– 4, 245, 246 n; Thos., 426.

Allington (Lincs.), 398, 400.

Allsop, Allsopp, see Alsop.

Almond, Wm., 74.

Alnwick, Wm., Bp. of Lincoln, 358.

Alsop (Allsopp, Allsop, Halsope), Nic, 90 n, 91 n, 168, 169 n, 170, 178; Thos., hosier, 168 n; Thos. (fl. c. 1788), 440; Wm. (d. 1546), 85; Wm. (fl. c. 1670), 157 n.

Alton, Ric, 88 n.

Alveva, w. of Ælfgar, Earl of Mercia, 416.

Amalgamated Soc. of Boot and Shoe Makers (formerly, of Cordwainers), 321–2.

America, United States of, 204, 206, 218, 312, 313, 327 n; footwear ind., 315, 318; see also New York, Virginia.

Amice, Ctss. of Leicester, m. Sim. de Montfort (d. c. 1188), 3.

Anderson, Geo., 406; Rob., 406.

Andrew (Andrewe), Dorothy, 88 n; Jas. (d. 1636), 80, 81 n; Jas. (d. 1638), 368.

Andrewes, Gerrard, 332.

Andrews, footwear manufacturers, 323 n.

Angel (Angell), John, confrater of Wyggeston's Hosp., 401, 406; John (d. 1665), 106 n; —, 59.

Anstey par., 300, 447; road from Leicester to, 450, see also L., Anstey Gorse.

Anti-Corn Law League, 249.

Antwerp (Belgium), 78.

Appleby (Westmld.), M.P., see Curtis, Pet.

Arch, Jos., 228 n.

Archer, Fran., 371; Ric, 371.

Armeson, Thos., 97.

Armeston, John, 168 n.

Arnold, Edw., 368, 438, 446; Dr. Thos., 137.

Asfordby, 353.

Ash, —, 170.

Ashby, Shuckburgh, 135–6.

Ashby de la Zouche, 434; cast., 67; road from Leicester to, 449, 453; glovers, 86; see also Hastings fam., Zouche fam.

Ashby Folville, 408.

Ashby Magna, 407.

Ashley-Cooper, Ant., Ld. Shaftesbury, 114.

Ashop, Riv. (Derb.), 285.

Ashton, Pet., 380.

Asquith, Herb. Hen., 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith, 244, 245.

Astell, see Astill.

Asterby (Lincs.), man., 412.

Astill (Astell), Edw., 157 n; Thos., 397; Wm., 397.

Asty, Wm., 42.

Atcheson, Nat., 141.

Atherstone, Jonathan, 139.

Atkins, Canon Edw., 386, 406.

Atton, Ric, 92 n; Rob., 160; Rog., 92 n.

Atwater, Wm., Bp. of Lincoln, 426, 441.

Auceter, Rob. and his w. Eliz., 360.

Auger, Wm., 97 n.

Australia, 312; see also New South Wales.

Avery, Wm., 105 n.

Aylesbury (Bucks.), 233, 234.

Aylestone, Ric. de, 416; Rob. de, 416.

Aylestone par., 278, 287, 332, 397, 400, 415–20, 432 n; admin., 418; bridge, 415; chapelries, see Glen Parva, Lubbesthorpe; chs., 418– 21, chants., 418; curate, see Bickerstaffe, Wm. (fl. c. 1786); econ. hist., 416–18; man., 415–16, 429 n; mills, 417, 418; non-conf., 420; priest, see Cuneston; rector, 417, see also Heathcote, Wm., Pyrie, Seagrave; rectory, 416, 418; R. Cath., 420; schs., 336, 337, 420; sch. bd., 336 n, 337 n, 420.
-, Aylestone Hall, 415, 416; Aylestone Park, 417; Cavendish Rd. chap., 420; Grace Rd. cricket ground, 417; Granby St. sch., 336, 420; Great North Meadow, 417; Hall Close, 417; Hall Lane, 415; Holowell (Middle) Field, 417; Lansdowne Rd. sch., 337, 420; Lutterworth Rd. chap., 420; Middleton St., 419; North (Mill) Field, 417, 418; Old Ch. St., 419; Rye Meadow, 417; St. Christopher's ch., 418; St. Edward the Confessor R.C. ch., 420; St. James, Aylestone Park, ch., 418; St. John de Bosco R.C. chap., 420; South Field, 417; Southfields Drive chap., 420, sch., 337; Southfields housing estate, 418; Upper Meadow, 417; Vernon Rd. chap., 420; see also L., Aylestone ward.

Ayre (Eyre), Kath., 90; —, 166, 417; see also Eayre.

Ayres (Aires), Thos. (d. 1697), 90 n, 168 n; Thos. (fl. c. 1705), 122.

Ayshehill, Ric, 87.

B.

Babington, Mat., 142 n, 148; Thos. (M.P. 1685–9), 117, 119, 121; Thos. (M.P. 1800–18), 137, 138, 139, 140, 145; see also Mansfield & Babbington.

Bacon, Edw., 454; Geo., 454; John, R.A., 368; Nat., 454.

Baggrave, see Edwyn.

Bagley, E. A., 240.

Bagworth, Pet. of, 42.

Bailey (Bayley, Baylie), Nic, 102, 103 n; Thos., 96 n; Wm. (d. 1602), 105 n; Wm. (d. 1661), 91, 98 n; —, 139; see also Johnson & Bailey.

Baines, Wm., 207, 211, 256, 365.

Baker (Bocher), Chas., 386; Ingram le, 43; see also Shenton & Baker.

Bakewell, Rob., 131–3, 135.

Bakewell (Derb.), see Waterhouse.

Baldeston (Notts.), see Dyve.

Bale, John, III; Valentine, 441; fam., 440, 441.

Ball, John, 83 n; Wm., 88 n, 97 n.

Bambrigge, Eliz., 106 n.

Banbury (Oxon.), 42.

Bannerman, (Sir) H. Campbell, 235.

Banton, Geo., 233, 234, 235, 241, 243, 244, 245, 246.

Baptist Missionary Soc., 391.

Barber (Barbor), Harvey, 142 n; Wm., and his w. Agnes, 359.

Bardsley, Dr. Cyril, Bp. of Leicester, 366.

Barkby Hall, see Pochin, Wm.

Barkestone, 399.

Barlow, Sarah, 409, 445; Wm., Bp. of Lincoln, 349.

Barnes, Ric., 77, 79, 82.

Barradale, Isaac, 445.

Barron & Son of Derby, builders, 354.

Barrow upon Soar, 319.

Barton, John, 349.

Barton in the Beans, chap., 391.

Barwell, 118.

Basford (Notts.), 42.

Bass, John, 351 n, 360.

Basset, Ric., 434.

Bassford, John, 182.

Bates, Wm. Hen., 397.

Bates, W. & A., elastic-web manufacturers, 327.

Baxton, Rob., 101 n.

Bayley, Baylie, see Bailey.

Beaconsfield, Ld., see Disraeli, Ben.

Beale, Hen., 416; Ric., 131.

Beaufort, Hen. de, Duke of Somerset, 7.

Beaumanor, see Heyrick fam.; builder, see Herrick, W. Perry.

Beaumont, Sir Geo., 121–3, 124, 131; Hen., 346, 347; Sir Hen., 113, 117, 118, 119, 121; John (fl. c. 1550), 71; John (fl. c. 1548–52), 346, 396; John (fl. c. 1830), 422; Sir John, 445; Rob. de, see Rob.; Thos., 184 n; Sir Thos., 346; fam., of Belgrave, 422; fam., of Grace Dieu, 346; fam., of Stoughton Grange, 127.

Beaumont Leys, see L., Beaumont Leys.

Beazley, Sam., 363.

Beckett (Becket, Beckit), Eliz., 90; Wm., 94.

Bedells, Caleb, 326, 327.

Bedford, 5, 31.

Beeby, Wm. of (fl. c. 1297), 39; Wm., mercer, 39 n; fam., 39.

Beeston, Ric., 79.

Belgrave, Ambrose, 425; Geo. (fl. c. 1558), 425; Geo. (fl. c. 1601), 60; Sir Geo., 422 n; John de (d. 1398– 9), 424; John (d. 1512), 421; Lawr. de (fl. c. 1333), 423, 424; Lawr: de (fl. c. 1398), 43 n; Rog. de, 47; Wm. de, 421; fam., 421.

Belgrave (Merdegrave) par., 181, 229 n, 286, 287, 292, 355, 420–8, 441, 447, 453; admin., 425; bd. of health, 420, 425; bridge, 421, 423–4; burial bd., 425; chapelries, see Birstall, Thurmaston, South; chars., 427–8; chs., 420, 424, 425–7; econ. hist., 109, 422–5; elastic web ind., 327; mans., 421–2; mills, 43, 45, 424–5; non-conf., 427; pop., 420; R. Cath., 427; rector, 425; rlys., 420; road from Leicester to, 154, 261, see also L., Belgrave Rd.; schs., 336, 337, 427; sch. bd., 336 n, 337 n, 425, 427; vicar, 425, 426; vicarage, 420; woods, 423; workhouse, 425.
-, Abbey Lane, 424; Bath St., 424, chap., 427; Beaumont Hall chap., 427; Belgrave Hall, 420–1, 423, see also Belgrave's man., man. house; Belgrave House, 420, 421; Belper St. sch., 336, 427; Breach Field, 423; Canon St., 427; Church Lands, 428; Claremont St. chap., 427; Clayland Field, 423; Constitutional Club, 421; Cross Corners, 421; Good Shepherd ch., 426; Hadland Field, 423; Harrison Rd. chap., 427, sch., 336, R.C. sch., 336, 427; Holden St. bridge, 424; Loughborough Rd., 424, 425, chap. 427, sch., 336, 427; Mellor St. sch., 337, 427; Mill Hill Field, 423; Mill Hill sch., 332, 427; Moira St., 427; Moor Field, 423; Our Lady & St. Patrick R.C. par., 390, ch., 390, 427, schs., 336, 337, 427; Poors' Land, 427; Poors' Plot, 426; St. Alban's par., 360, 426; St. Gabriel's ch., 426; St. Michael & All Angels' par., 360, 420, 426, ch., 426; Talbot Inn, 421, 428; Thurcaston Rd., 420; Town Houses, 428; Townside Field, 423; Vann's Corner, 424; see also Beaumont fam., Belgrave's man., Davenport's man., Pultney's man., Stanton, Zacharias, Thompson, John (d. 1645).

Belgrave Rubber Co., 323 n.

Belgrave's man., in Belgrave, 421; man. house, 421, chap., 389, 421, 427.

Bell, (Sir) Jas., 289; John (d. 1621), 88 n; John (d. 1631), 99 n, 105 n; Thos., 303.

Bellamy & Harding, architects, 360.

Bellowe, John, 387.

Belvoir, 399.

Bengal, 134.

Bennett (Bennet), Eliz., 87 n; Geo., 431; Rob., 100 n; Thos., 79 n, 80; — 411.

Bennion, see Pearson & Bennion.

Bent, Geo. (d. 1709), 157 n, 187 n; Geo. (d. 1736), 369; John, mayor of Leicester (d. 1700), 114, 116, 117, 120, 408; John, slater (d. 1700), 187 n.

Bentley, Wm. (fl. c. 1684–9), 114, 117, 119, 120; Wm. (fl. c. 1769), 382.

Benton, John, 392.

Berowe, Wm., 98 n.

Berridge, I. L., 437; Wm., 105 n.

Berry, Chas., 148, 150, 273.

Beverley, Ric. of, 48 n.

Beverley (Yorks.), 49.

Bewdley, —, 73 n.

Bickerstaffe, Wm. (fl. c. 1738), 126; Wm. (fl. c. 1786), 417, 420.

Bickersteth, Rob., 230.

Biddle, Hen., 103 n.

Biddolph, Edw., 96 n.

Biggs, John, 206, 214–15, 218, 219, 220, 221, 223, 249, 250, 252, 265–6, 291, 424, 444; Jos., 303; Thos., 76, 90; Wm., 204, 206 n, 211, 212, 214–15, 220, 252, 265–6, 303, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310 n.

Biggs, John, & Sons, footwear and hosiery manufacturers, 207 n, 306, 317.

Billers, Edw. (d. 1664), 81; Edw. (fl. c. 1665), 112; Julius, 380; Wm. (d. 1642), 103 n; Wm. (fl. c. 1672), 393.

Billesdon, Poor Law Union, 439, 441.

Birkhead, John, 95 n.

Birmingham, John, 349.

Birmingham, 206, 211, 213, 221, 224, 225, 226; corp., 289; town clerk, 288.

Birstall (Burstall), Gil. de, 425; Ric., 100 n; Rob. de, 425; Thos., 98 n; Wm., 105 n.

Birstall Hill, 424.

Birstall par. (chapelry), 300, 391 n, 420, 425, 426; chap., 425; see also Paget, Hen.

Bishop, Jas., 391.

Blaby, Ric. de (fl. c. 1234–42), 14 n; Ric. de (fl. c. 1273), 24 n.

Blaby, 450; Poor Law Union, 418, 432; Rural District, 428.

Blackshawe, John, 77, 85 n., 88.

Blanche, w. of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, 5, 6.

Blanchesmains, Rob., see Rob. Blanchesmains.

Blane, T. A., 243, 244.

Blankley, John, 130.

Blisse, Wm., 99 n.

Blois, Wm. of, Bp. of Lincoln, 382.

Blomfield, A. W., 359.

Blount, see Blunt.

Blundeville, Ranulf de, see Ranulf de Blundeville.

Blunt (Blount), Thos. (d. 1660), 101 n; Thos. (d. 1663), 77; Thos. (d. 1664), 411.

Bocher, see Baker.

Bodley, G. F., 358, 367, 377.

Bohun, Mary de, Ctss. of Hereford, m. Hen. Bolingbroke (Henry IV), 6, 7.

Boithe fam., 78.

Bolingbroke, Hen., see Hen. IV.

Bolivant, John, 96 n.

Bonnett (Bonett), John, 87 n, 99 n; Mary, 106 n.

Bonney, Thos. Kaye, Archdeacon of Leicester, 379.

Boot & Shoe Union, 248; secretary, see Inskip, Wm.

Booth, Sir Geo., 56; Rob., 423.

Boothby, Thos., 126.

Boroughbridge (Yorks.), battle, 4.

Bosco, Ernald de (fl. 12th cent.), 437, 441; Ernald de (fl. c. 1264), 422; John de, 422; Wm. de, 422, 435.

Bossu, Rob. le, see Rob. le Bossu.

Boston (Lincs.), 40 n, 45 n; fair, 48; rectory, 447.

Bosworth Field, battle, 7, 8, 384.

Bosworth, Market, 79; see also Hutton, Jonathan.

Botham, Hugh, 412, 442 n, 443.

Bottesford, 399; see also Easthorpe.

Bottomley, Jas., 390.

Bowden, H. W., 248 n, 249 n.

Bowden, Great, 398.

Bowes, Jane, 442 n; John, 442 n; Marg., see Keble; fam., 442.

Bown, Geo., 137, 190, 254.

Bowyer, Wm., 83 n.

Boxall, John, 77, 96.

Brace, Ric., 88 n.

Bracina, Wm. de, 45.

Bradford (Yorks.), see Hartley.

Bradgate (Broadgate), 115, 120; see also Grey of Groby fam.

Bradlaugh, Chas., 228 n.

Bradley, Wm., 426, 428.

Bradshawe, Rob., 99 n.

Braham, Rob., 70.

Brand, Thos., 138; Wal., 353, 392.

Brandon, John, 392; John Raphael, 367.

Brassey, Thos., Earl, 324 n.

Braunstone, Hen. of (fl. c. 1297), 429, 430; Hen. of (fl. c. 1312), 429, 430; Hugh of (fl. c. 1299), 429; Hugh of (fl. c. 1321), 41; fam., 429; see also Adam s. of Ivo.

Braunstone par., 287, 300, 360, 394 n, 428–33, 449; admin., 432; bounds., 428; ch., 430, 432–3; econ. hist., 430–2; man., 415 n, 428–30, house, see Braunstone, Hall Farm; non-conf., 433; pop., 428, 431, 432; R. Cath., 433; road from Leicester to, 432; schs., 433.
-, Braunstone Hall, 428, 432, 433, sch., 336; Braunstone housing estate, 297, 300, 432; Braunstone Lane, 428, 430, 432, chap., 433; Braunstone Meadows (Holmes), 100; Braunstone Park, 428, sch., 336; Christ Ch. chap., 433; Dove Brook, 428; Ellesmere Rd. sch., 336, 433 n; Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament ch., 433; Folville Rise sch., 336, 433 n; Fulhurst Ave., 428; Gooding Ave., 428; Hall Farm (man. house), 428, 430; Hallam Crescent sch., 433 n; King's Wood, 431; Ravenhurst Rd. sch., 433 n; Rowley Fields, 428; St. Boniface Mission, 432; St. Crispin mission, 432; Trinity ch., 433; see also Winstanley fam.

Braunstone Frith, see L., Braunstone Frith.

Bray fam., 417.

Breedon, 400.

Brewerne, Thos., 423; fam., 423.

Brewin, Hugh, 92 n; Rob. (fl. c. 1800), 138; Rob. (fl. c. 1800–52), 138, 148, 150, 208 n, 219.

Brewin & Whetstone, 207 n.

Breyfield, Wm., 399.

Briggs, John, 327.

Bright, John, radical, 215, 220, 221, 239; Thos., 440; fam., 440.

Brisbone, Ric., 86, 87.

Bristol, 265, 316; Univ., 241.

Bristol, Bp. of, see Cornewall.

Bristowe, Ric., 79.

British Electricity Authority, 302 n.

British Rlys., 388.

British United Shoe Machinery Co. Ltd., 320.

British Workers' League (National Democratic Labour party), 242, 243.

Brixworth (Northants.), ch., 386.

Broadgate, see Bradgate.

Broadhurst, Hen., 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 249.

Brokesby, see Brooksby.

Bromkinsthorpe, Rob. s. of Wm. s. of Aufred of, 382 n.

Bromkinsthorpe, see L., Bromkinsthorpe.

Bromley, Ric. of, 16; Geo., 401.

Broneman, see Brunman.

Brook (Brooke), Chas., 226; Frances, see Howard; Hen., Ld. Cobham, 454, 455; Wm., Ld. Cobham, 454.

Brookes, John, 81 n.

Brookesbie, see Brooksby.

Brookhouse, Jos., 172.

Brooksby (Brokesby, Brookesbie, Brooksbye), Nat., 80, 81 n; Rog., 89 n; Thos., 97 n; —, 114, 117, 120.

Brooksby, 110; see also Villiers, Sir Wm., Wright, Geo.

Broughton, Edw., 182.

Brown (Browne, Browen), Anne, 90; Cath., 412; Edw., 79; Eliz., 90, 168 n; John, 108; Rob., 83 n; Sam., 394; Thos., 87 n, 100 n; W., 249 n; Wal. (fl. c. 1265), 33; Wal. (d. 1560), 399, 400, 405; Wm. (d. 1594), 89 n; Wm. (fl. c. 1700), 169; —, town solicitor, 115.

Brownsover (Warws.), see Leigh, J. Boughton.

Broxholme, John, 387.

Bruarns, Vasper, 100 n.

Bruce, Ric., 93 n.

Bruges (Belgium), 78.

Brunel, Sir Marc Isambard, 308.

Brunman (Broneman), Wal., 14 n.

Bruntingthorpe, 381 n.

Brushfield, Wm., 124–5.

Bryan, Ric., 96 n.

Buci, see Bussy.

Buckby, Geo., 216, 217, 218.

Buckingham, Archdeacon of, see Geary; Duke of, see Stafford, Hen., Villiers, Geo.

Budde, Ric., 382.

Budworth, Alborne, 97 n.

Bullingham, Nic., Bp. of Lincoln, 405 n.

Bunney, Jos., 443; Mary, see Craddock.

Bunyan, John, preacher, 390, 391 n.

Burbage, 126; hosier, 175.

Burbidge (Burbage), John, 92; Jos., 257, 258; Thos., 128, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 253, 254, 257, 403, 413.

Burch, John, 90 n, 96 n.

Burdet, Ric, 422; Rob., 428, 429; fam., 429.

Burgaland, John, 103 n.

Burgess, Edw., 327, 333, 352, 353, 362, 363; John, 393; Jos., 234, 235, 237, 242; Thos., 105 n.

Burleton, Wm., 130.

Burnaby, And., Archdeacon of Leicester, 419, 422, 426; F. G., 360; Rob., 130; fam., 362, 435, 436, 438.

Burrows, R. A., 249 n.

Burstall, see Birstall.

Burton, Fran., 105 n; Ric., 85; Rob., 81 n.

Burton on Trent (Staffs.), 398; rly. from Leicester to, 260.

Bury, Edw., 429.

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), abbey, 27.

Bushby, 109; char., 126.

Bussy (Buci), Rob. de, 434, 435; fam., 435.

Buxton (Buxston), —, 114, 117.

Byerley, Wm., 421, 422, 423; fam., 389, 421, 422, 423, 427.

Byllyng, Ric., 77, 81–82.

Byrd, John, 105 n; Thos., 124 n.

C.

Cade, Jack, rebellion, 7.

Cadeby, 333, 434.

Caestryck, Fr. Benedict, 389.

Cagg, Ric., 49 n.

Calais (France), staple at, 40, 78, 398; staplers, see Wigston, Rog. (d. 1507), Wm. (d. c. 1469), Wm. (d. 1536).

Caleys, see Callis.

Calfof, Pet. de, 37.

Callis (Caleys), John, 43 n, 398; Wm., 157 n.

Cambridge, 31; Univ., 231, 246, 334; Emmanuel Coll., 332.

Camville, Thos. de, 429; Wm. de, 429.

Canada, 312.

Canning, Geo., 145.

Canterbury, Abp. of, see Courtney, Laud, Reynolds, Wal.; convocation of, 5.

Cantilupe, Millicent de, m. 1 John de Montalt, 2 Ivo la Zouche, 422 n, 430.

Carey, Wm., 384, 391.

Carlos, Don, 205.

Carlton, see Palmer, Hen. (fl. c. 1698).

Carlton Curlieu, see Palmer, Hen. (fl. c. 1828).

Carlton, Castle, (Lincs.), man., 398, 400, 401, 403, 404.

Carnegie, Sir And., 295, 353.

Caroe, W. D., 359.

Carr, John, 118, 119; Rob., 84; Thos., 89 n.

Carte, Sam., 123, 125, 191, 403.

Carter, Edw. (d. 1557), 98 n; Edw. (d. 1562), 93 n; Isabel, 101 n; Lawr., 119, 121, 122, 123, 124, 395; Thos. (d. 1748), 395; Thos. (fl. c. 1865), 391; —, 114.

Carteret, John, Ld., 124.

Cartwright & Warner of Loughborough, hosiery manufacturers, 308; see also Warners of Loughborough.

Cater, Gabriel, 89 n.

Catherine (of Valois), queen of Henry V, 6, 23.

Catlyn, Rob., 358, 367.

Cauldwell, Rob., 97 n.

Cave, Fran., 451; Rob. Otway, 144–7, 410; Sir Thos., 126.

Cavendish, Chas., 353; Christian, Ctss. of Devonshire, 58, 353; Eliz., Ctss. of Devonshire, 410, 412; Wm., 1st Earl of Devonshire, 411, 435, 452; Wm., 2nd Earl of Devonshire, 353, 436; Wm., 3rd Duke of Devonshire, 452; fam., 65, 435, 436, 452; see also Devonshire, Earls of.

Cecil, Sir Rob., 68.

Cetteling, Edw., 105 n.

Chadwell, 398.

Chadwick, Edwin, 265, 266, 267.

Chamberlain (Chamberlin), Jos., Lib. Unionist, 225, 227, 229, 230, 231, 236, 238, 250; Wm., 77, 79 n, 80.

Chambers, John, 99 n; Jos., 133, 134.

Champeden, Ric. de, 14 n.

Chaplin, —, 243.

Chapman, Mary, 106 n; Thos., 357, 359; Wm., 96 n.

Chapman Fraser & Co., hosiery manufacturers, 314 n.

Chappell, Fr. Francis Xavier, 389.

Charles I, 56, 64, 66, 108, 412, 416, 418, 431, 432, 440, 451, 457; jeweller, see Heyrick, Sir Wm.

Charles II, 75, 110, 114, 115, 117, 159.

Charlesworth, see Preston & Charlesworth.

Charlton fam., 381.

Charnwood Forest, 284; see also Hereswode

Charyte, Wm., 384–5.

Cheshire, John, 379 n.

Chesney, Edw., 145.

Chester, 32, 34.

Chester, Earl of, see Edm. Crouchback, Ranulf de Blundeville.

Chettell, Ralph, 106 n.

Chettleton, Kath., 97 n; Thos., 97 n, 100 n.

Children's Fresh-Air Mission, 233.

Chillingworth, Wm., 402, 405.

Chippendale, Dr. John, 441; fam., 441 n.

Chippingdale, Dr. John, 63, 64, 99 n, 395.

Christian, Ewan, 359, 377; Wm., 390.

Churchill, Ld. Randolph, 229, 230; (Sir) Winston, 240, 245, 248.

Churchman, Fran., 83 n, 106 n.

Churchover (Warws.), 404.

Cinque Ports, 49.

Clare fam., arms, 438.

Clarke (Clark, Clerk), Eliz., 387; Ric., 406; Rob., 105 n; Sam. (fl. c. 1613– 41), 401, 402, 405; Sam. (fl. c. 1718–29), 406; Thos. (fl. c. 1431), 45; Thos. (fl. c. 1586), 102; Thos. (fl. c. 1598), 61; Wm. (fl. c. 1431), 45; Wm. (d. 1613), 82; —, 455; fam., 455.

Clarkson, Thos., 90 n, 105 n.

Claver, Wm., 97 n.

Claxton, Thos., 105.

Clay, John, 106 n.

Clerk, see Clarke.

Cleveland, T. B., 273.

Clynes, J. H., 234.

Coats, John, 398.

Cobbett, Wm., radical, 145, 199, 304, 374.

Cobham, Geo., 455 n.

Cobham, Ld., see Brooke, Hen., Wm.

Cockburn, —, 148.

Cockshaw, —, printer, 138, 148, 150.

Cockspur, Albert, 273.

Coffyn, Marg., see Vernon; Wm., 418.

Coke, Sir John, 60; Thos., 60; see also Cooke.

Colborne, Hen., 422.

Coleman, Hen. (fl. c. 1761), and his w. Ann, 435; Hen. (fl. c. 1830), 434, 436; Jas. 173; Ric., 390; Wm., 416; fam., 435, 436.

Coleorton, 127.

Coles, John, 416.

Colinson, Wm., 102, 103 n.

Collin, Dorcas, 106 n.

Collins, Thos., 306, 308, 312.

Coltman (Coultman), John, 137, 138, 140, 142, 145, 148, 150, 172, 178, 392 n.; Ric., 87 n.

Combe, Thos., 273–4.

Comyn, John, 422.

Congrave, Conyers, 391.

Connywaie, John, 431.

Constable, Marmaduke, 429.

Constance (of Castile), m. John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, 6.

Cooke (Coke, Cook), Amice, 48; Hen., 48; John, 85 n; Jonathan, 109; Thos., 352; Wm., 106 n; —, builder, 305; see also Coke.

Cooper (Cowper), Godfrey, 82; Jas., 83 n; Jas. Sidmouth, 83 n; Phil., 81 n; Rob. (d. 1544), 99 n; Rob. (d. 1645), 106 n; Thos., 209, 210 n, 211–14, 249.

Coote, Col. Eyre, 134.

Corah, J., 247; see also L., Corah's St. Margaret's works.

Corbet, John, 447; Marg., m. Thos. de Erdington, 429; Thos., 429.

Cordell, —, engineer, 308.

Cornewall, Folliott Herb. Walker, Bp. of Bristol (later, of Hereford, Worcester), 403, 406.

Cort, Ben., 142 n; Jas., 142 n.

Cosby, ch., 384–5.

Cotes, Alex. (d. 1630), 443 n; Alex. (d. 1660), 81 n, 88 n; Wm., 88 n, 92–93.

Cotes-de-val, man., 413.

Cotesbach, 108.

Cotton, Thos., 81 n, 106 n; Wm., 308.

Coulson, Wm., 98 n.

Coultman, see Coltman.

Courteen, Sir Wm., 411; see also L., charities, Courteen's Gift.

Courtis, see Curtis.

Courtney, Wm., Abp. of Canterbury, 359.

Cousens, Rob., 92.

Coventry, Thos., 36, 48.

Coventry (Warws.), 40, 67, 116, 198, 276, 398; mayor, 58; char., 75, 113, see also, L., charities, White char.; see also Bewdley, Ward, John.

Coventry and Lichfield, Bp. of, 425, 426; see also Lichfield.

Cowdell, W. M., 456.

Cowley, Ralph, 376.

Cowling, Sam., 315.

Cowper, see Cooper.

Cox (Coxe), Chas., 305; Wm. (d. 1664), 105 n; Wm. (fl. c. 1870), 295.

Craddock (Cradock), Ann w. of Edm. (fl. c. 1709–32), 420; Edm., (d. 1667), 106 n; Edm. (fl. c. 1709– 32), 420, 423, 443, 446; Col. Edm. 443; Jane, see Hastings; Jos. (fl. c. 1684–8), 115, 117, 119, 158 n; Jos. (fl. c. 1800), 443; Jos. (fl. c. 1815), 387; Mary, m. Jos. Bunney, 443; fam., 443, 444; see also Hartopp.

Crawford, Maj. E., 248.

Creswell, —, 118.

Crick, Thos., 315, 316, 317; Throne, 315.

Crick, T. & Co., footwear manufacturers, 315 n, 320.

Crofton, Rob., 100 n.

Crompton, Art., 105 n.

Cromwell, Oliver, 56, 228; Ric., 56, 58.

Cropston, reservoir, 284.

Crosby, Margery, 85 n.

Croston, Rob., 88 n.

Crouchback, Edm., see Edm. Crouchback.

Crown Hills, 434, 436.

Croxton, abbey, 439.

Culloden, battle, 126.

Cuneston, Phil. de, 418.

Curlevache (Curlevach'), Sim., 4, 14 n, 41.

Curley, Rog., 430.

Curtis (Courtis, Curteis), Ant., 97 n; Hen., 48; John, 305; Pet., 27, 28.

Curzon, Geo. Nat., Ld. Curzon of Kedleston, 240; Sir Nat., 450; fam., 450.

Cuthwine, Bp. of Leicester, 384.

D.

Dalby, Rob., 422; Wm., 40 n; —, inventor, 170.

Dalby, Great, 106.

Dalby, Little, Hall, 442.

Dalby on the Wolds, preceptory, 447.

Dalton fam., 40 n.

Dampard, Alice, 96 n.

Dan, Ric., 92.

Dand, Ric., 90 n, 91 n.

Danet, Amaury, 381, 397; Gerard, 382 n; John, 109; Phil., 388; Ric., 45, 381, 397; fam., 9, 17, 62, 379 n, 381, 382, 397.

Danvers, Augustus Butler, 138; Jos., 124 n, 125 n.

Dare, Jos., 270, 271, 330.

Darker, John (d. 1558), 83 n; John (d. 1784), 131–3, 134, 135.

Davenport, Eliz., see Wigston; Sam., 438; Thos., 78; Wm. (fl. c. 1589), 422; Wm. (d. 1641), 422; fam., 421, 422, 424 n.

Davenport's man., in Belgrave, 421–2, 424, 425.

Daventry (Northants.), 315, 316.

Davie, see Davy.

Davies, Jemson, 406; Ric., 329, 332, 334.

Davis, Edw., 364; —, 130.

Davy (Davie, Davye), John (fl. c. 1586), 79; John (d. 1642), 105 n; John (fl. c. 1677–1700), 168 n; Thos. (fl. c. 1333), 424; Thos. (d. 1632), 85 n; Thos. (fl. c. 1709), 391; Wm., 96 n.

Dawes, Wm., 109.

Dawson, Wm., 170.

Deacon, John, 391.

Deakins, —, 118.

Deane, Wm., tailor, 157 n; Wm., woollen draper, 105.

Delft (Netherlands), 78.

Denbigh, Ld., see Fielding.

Denman, —, 145.

Dent, Edw., 354.

Denton (Lincs.), 400.

Derby, 61, 118 n, 126, 276, 284–5, 307; rly. from Leicester to, 260; architect, see Moneypenny, Pickford; builder, see Barron & Son; framework-knitters, 175; merchants, 214 n.

Derby, Earl of, see Hen.; honor of, 4.

Derbyshire, Thos., 169.

Derbyshire, framework-knitters, 169, 175.

Derwent, Riv. (Derb.), 284–5; reservoirs, 285.

Desford, 407; industrial sch., 330.

Desgrand, J. V., 326 n.

Despenser, Hugh, the elder, 4, 5; Hugh, the younger, 4, 5.

Dethick, Wm., 389.

Devet (Dovet, Duyet), Rog., 40; fam., 40 n.

Devonshire, Thos., 97 n.

Devonshire, Earls of, 353; see also Cavendish.

Dewes, Wm., 145.

Dicks, W., 317.

Dilkes, J., 315.

Disraeli, Ben., Ld. Beaconsfield, 221, 224, 227, 228.

Dix, Fr. Fabian, 390.

Dixley Mill, see Hogsonn.

Dixon, Rob., 74.

Donaldson, F. L., 238.

Donington, Castle, vicar, see Wood, Pet.

Donington le Heath, 407.

Donington Park, see Hastings fam.

Donovan, T., 248 n, 249 n.

Dorset County Asylum, superintendent, see Wallett.

Dorset, Marquis of, see Grey of Groby, Hen., Thos.

Dover (Kent) cast., constable, see Grey of Codnor, Sir Ric. de.

Dovet, see Devet.

Dowell (Dowel), Hen., 450; Wm., 79.

Downinge, Edm., 380.

Draker, Wm., 446.

Draper, John, 424.

Drax (Yorks.), abbey, 422.

Duce, John, 83 n.

Duckworth, Sam., 204, 208, 210, 216.

Dudley, Ambrose, Earl of Warwick, 67; Isaac, 441; John (fl. c. 1761– 88), 440, 441; John (d. 1856), 441; Paul, 441; —, 114, 117.

Duffy, —, 213.

Dugdale, John, 247.

Dunlop, Messrs., rubber manufacturers, 327, 397.

Dunstable (Beds.), 131.

Durham Cathedral, prebendary, see Sampson, Thos.

Duyet, see Devet.

Dysart, Earls of, 353, 452; see also Manners, Wm. John; Tollemache, Lionel Wm. John; Ctss. of, see Tollemache, Louisa.

Dyve, John, 435.

E.

Ealing (Middx.), architect, see Vialls.

East India Co., 134.

Easthope, John, 204, 208, 212, 215, 216.

Easthorpe, in Bottesford, 399.

Eaton, Hen., 99 n.

Eayre, Jos., 446; Thos., 359, 442; see also Ayre.

Edmund Crouchback, Earl of Lancaster, Leicester, and Chester, 4, 11, 12, 14, 19, 24, 46, 345, 434, 439.

Edward the Confessor, 8.

Edward I, 4.

Edward II, 4, 418, 425.

Edward III, 5, 6, 425.

Edward IV, 6 n, 7, 8, 26, 47, 429, 447.

Edward VI, 56, 70, 437, 443, 452, Prince of Wales, 55.

Edward VII, as Prince of Wales, 354.

Edwyn, John, and his w. Mary, 435; fam., 422, 435.

Edyngton, John de, 357 n.

Elizabeth I, 16 n, 55, 56, 61, 74, 179 n, 332, 346, 353, 376, 388, 396, 398, 400, 408, 441, 443, 448, 452.

Elkington, Ric., 413; see also Evington, —.

Ellis, E. S., 226, 227; John, 215, 217, 218, 226, 421; Marg., 421; Wynn, 147, 149, 202, 203, 210, 212, 215; fam., 421, 427.

Ellistown, in Ibstock, colliery, 284.

Eltham (Kent), see Sherrard.

Ely, Bp. of, see Hothum.

Emery, Thos., 273.

Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge, see Cambridge.

Enderby, 110, 187 n, 368, 369, 407, 408; see also Smith, Chas. Loraine; Hall, see Brook, Chas.

English, Wm., 48.

'Equity' (Productive Soc., Eagle), 323–4, 325.

Erdington, Giles de, 429 n; Marg., see Corbet; Thos. de (fl. c. 1364), 429; Thos. de (d. 1467), 429; fam., 429.

Erieck, Rob., 81 n, 88 n.

Eton Coll., 240.

Evans, De Lacey, 145; Capt. H. A., 244; P. W. Emrys, 246, 247 n; Wm. (fl. c. 1825–35), 144, 145, 146, 147, 149 n, 202, 203; Wm. (fl. c. 1863), 424; Mrs. Wm., 331.

Everard, John Breedon, 352, 384.

Everard & Pick, architects, 363, 437, & Keay, 363, 377.

Evesham (Worcs.), battle, 4, 434.

Evington (Elkington), —, 411.

Evington par., 187 n, 229 n, 287, 300, 434–8, 441; bounds, 434; chs., 436–8; econ. hist., 435; golfcourse, 436; man., 434–5, 439; man. house, 435; mills, 438; nonconf., 438; pop. 434, 435; R. Cath., 438; schs., 336, 436, 438; vicar, 436, 437.
-, Cedars Hotel, 434; Coleman Rd. housing estate, 297, 437, sch., 336; East Park Rd., 436; Evington Brook, 434; Evington Hall, 434, 436, R.C. sch., 438, 442; Evington House, 434; Evington housing estate, 436; Evington Lane, 356, 434, 436; Evington Park, 436; Evington Valley estate, 294; Evington Valley Rd., 436, sch., 336; Highway Rd., 434; Leicester St. chap., 438; Mayflower sch., 336; St. Chad's ch., 437; St. Philip's ch., 437; St. Stephen's par., 437, ch., 437; Spencefield Lane, 434; Spinney Hill Park, 294, 436; Stoughton Rd., 434, 436; Uppingham Rd., 434; see also L., Evington, North, Spinney Hill ward.

'Exam', abbot of, 425 n.

Exeter (Dev.), 37, 159.

Eyre, see Ayre.

F.

Facken, Noye, 83 n.

Faire, (Sir) Sam., 229, 231, 238; —, 229.

Faire Bros., elastic web manufacturers, 327.

Fairfax, Sir Thos., 68.

Fallows, Wm., 105.

Farmer, John, 122; Wm., 359; —, of Kilby, 390.

Farnham, Humphrey, 443; Mat., 443, Rob., 443; Thos., 443; fam., 443 n.

Faunt, Geo., 111.

Fawcett (Fawsitt), Gil., 76, 85, 106 n; R., 316.

Fawdon (Northumb.), see Hazlerigg, Thos. (fl. 15th cent.).

Fawkner, Ralph, 83 n.

Fawsitt, see Fawcett.

Federated Assoc. of Boot & Shoe Manufacturers of G. Britain, 322; president, see Ward, J. Griffin.

Felkin, Wm., 303, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310.

Fenning, A. R. G., 394.

Fenstanton (Hunts.), conventicle, 391.

Fenwick, Miss, 357.

Ferrers, Eleanor de, m. Rog. de Quency, 429; Marg. de, see Quency.

Ferrers of Chartley, Ld., see Shirley.

Ferrers of Groby, Wm., Ld., 429; fam., 421, 422, 429.

Fielding, Basil, Ld. Denbigh, 133, 134.

Fields, see Rawson & Fields.

Finch, Dan., Earl of Nottingham and Winchilsea, 113 n, 117 n; Heneage, Earl of Nottingham, 113.

Firmadge, Wm., 151, 290 n, 338, 358, 372.

Fisher, John, 130, 133, 134 n; Wm., 398, 405.

Flanders, 37, 78.

Fleckney, see Devet fam.

Fleetwood, Sir Miles, 64.

Fleming (Flemyng), Thos., 100, 101 n; Wm., 352, 353, 356.

Flint & Wickes, architects, 377.

Flower, Jane, 395; fam., 395.

Forcer, Hen. le, 416.

Forrester fam., 343.

Fortrey, Wm., 359.

Fosbrooke, T. H., 362.

Fosse Way, 31, 193, 381, 383 n, 428; see also L., Narborough Rd.

Foston, 124.

Foston (Lincs.), 398.

Fotheringay (Northants.), cast., 55.

Fowke, Sir Fred., 141.

Fowker, John, 88 n.

Fowkes, Wm., 406.

Fowler (Fowlzer), John, 97 n; Wyatt, 395.

Fownes, Lucy, 380.

Fox, Chas. Jas., 135, 137; Geo., 390, 394; Jas., 80, 81 n, 109; Stafford, 440.

Foxon, Jas., 84.

Framework Knitters' Co., 169, 170 n, 171, 175–6.

France, 5, 220, 327, 437; see also Calais, Paris, Rouen, Rhé, Isle de, St. Evroul.

Franciscan Minoresses, 446.

Franke, Wm., 157 n.

Franklin, G. B., 335, 444.

Fraser, Foster, 240.

Freake, John (d. 1595), 77, 101 n; John (fl. c. 1625), 450; Phil. (d. 1588), 92, 101; Phil. (fl. c. 1589), 449–50.

Freak's Ground, see L., Freak's Ground.

Free Church Council, 248.

Freeby, see Hartopp, Sir John.

Freeman, And., 114 n, 115 n, 157 n; Ralph, 102, 103 n; Rob., 83 n.

Freeman, Hardy & Willis, footwear manufacturers, 319.

Freer, Thos., 382; Maj. W. J., 444.

Frewen, C. H., 210; Thos., 377; fam., 377.

Friendly Socs. Council, 241.

Frisby on the Wreake, 45.

Fruett, Bart., 96 n.

Fulutun, Wm. de, 457 n.

Furnys, Geo., 89 n.

Fyllyppe, see Philip.

G.

Gaddesby, man., 136.

Gainsborough (Lincs.), 97; man., lord of, 107.

Galer, Eliot, 362.

Galloway, M. G., 248 n.

Gardner, Ric., 215, 216, 218, 219, 220.

Garendon, abbey, 422.

Garland, Ben., 369.

Garle, Ric., 169, 170.

Garnate, Edw., 85 n.

Garner, D., 315 n.

Garrett, Ralph, 79 n, 90 n.

Gartree hund., 16; see also Evington, L., Bishop's Fee; constable, see Nedham, Fran.

Gartree Rd. (Stongate), 351, 354, 370, 434, 444 n.

Gas Council, 302 n.

Gascoigne, Royce, & Co., footwear manufacturers, 319.

Gaunt, John of, see John of Gaunt.

Gaveston, Piers, 4.

Gayhurst (Gotehurst) (Bucks.), see Wright, Geo.

Gayton (Northants.), 131.

Geary, Dr. John, Archdeacon of Stowe (later, of Buckingham), 114– 18.

Gee, H. Simpson, 229, 231, 316.

Geneville fam., arms, 438.

George I, 123, 124.

George II, as Prince of Wales, 124.

George III, 135, 141.

George IV, as Prince Regent, 139 n.

George, D. Lloyd, 243, 244, 245, 246.

Germany, 220, 248; hosiery ind., 313.

Gerothwohl, M. A., 245, 246 n.

Gies, Wm., 346.

Giffard fam., arms, 438.

Gilbert, Alice, 76, 106 n; Ant., 109; Faustin, 91, 96.

Gillet & Johnstone, bellfounders, 419.

Gillot, Nic., 106 n; Wm., 79–80, 88 n, 106 n.

Gilroes, see L., Gilroes.

Gimson, S., 245.

Gimson Shoe Machinery Co., 320; see also L., Vulcan Works.

Gissing, Alan of, 39.

Gladstone, Thos., 149, 203, 205; Wm. Ewart, 223, 226, 227, 228, 229, 231.

Glen, Great, 181.

Glen Parva, 187 n; chapelry, 415, 418.

Glenfield, par., 431, 453; chapelry, see Braunstone; rector, 432; see also Winstanley, Geo.

Glenfields, 455.

Glossop, Edw., 76, 105 n.

Gloucester, 45; bellfounder, see Rudhall.

Goddard, Hen., 342; Hen. Langton, 360; Jos., 351, 352, 353, 392, 437, 441.

Goddard & Paget, architects, 334, 342, 360, 363, 441, 445.

Good, Thos., 104 n.

Goodacre, J., 408, 418; Rob. Johnson, 408, 409, 418.

Goodyear, Fred., 255.

Gordon, Gen. Chas. Geo., 229; Geo. Hamilton, Earl of Aberdeen, 219; Jos., 279.

Goscelin, Hen., 371 n.

Goscote, East, hund., see Belgrave, Humberstone.

Goscote, West, hund., see L., Abbey Gate, Beaumont Leys, Leicester Frith.

Gotehurst (Bucks.), see Wright, Geo.

Goulburn, Edw., 149–50, 203, 205; Hen., 205.

Gould, F., 248.

Gracedieu (Gracedue), Bart., 76–77, 96; Wm., 108.

Gracedieu, see Beaumont, John, fam.; priory, 422, 424.

Granby, Marquis of, see Manners, John.

Great Central Rly., 290 n, 344, 383, 384, 410.

Great Northern Rly., 356.

Greathead, Bertie, 136.

Greaves, Jas. Liptrott, 145, 147.

Green (Greene, Grene), G., 316; Geo., 167; J. Baker, 226; J. F., 242, 243, 244; Thos., 83; Wm., 85 n.

Gregory, John, the elder, 190; John, the younger, 190; Mansfield, 145; Thos., 169; Wm., 98 n.

Grendon, Peter of, 42, 342.

Grene, see Green.

Grentemesnil, Adeliz w. of Hugh de, 421, 423; Hugh de, 1–2, 31, 376, 379, 381, 421, 423, 424, 425, 428, 434, 441, 447; Ivo de, 2; fam., 2 n, 370.

Greshop, —, 406 n.

Grey, John, 110, 112, 113; Job, 402, 406.

Grey of Codnor, Hen. de (d. 1308), 435; Hen., Ld., 434; John de (d. 1271), 434; John de (d. 1392), 439, 443 n; Lucy, see Humet; Ric. de (fl. c. 1239), 434; Sir Ric. de (fl. c. 1265), 434, 439; Ric. de (d. 1335), 435; fam., 434, 438, 439, arms, 438.

Grey of Groby, Booth, 134, 135, 136; Edw., 429; Eliz. w. of Edw., 429; Harry, Earl of Stamford, 134; Hen., Marquis of Dorset, Duke of Suffolk, 55, 343, 354, 429; Hen., Ld., Earl of Stamford, 56, 395; Hen., Ld., 66, 67; Sir John, 59; Thos., Marquis of Dorset, 429, 447 n; Thos., Ld., Earl of Stamford, 60, 119–20, 121; fam., 55, 56, 422, 429.

Grimsby (Lincs.), 45.

Groby, road from Leicester to, 450, 453; see also Ferrers of Groby fam., Grey of Groby fam.

Grosseteste, Rob., Archdeacon of Leicester, prebendary of Lincoln Cath., 357 n, Bp. of Lincoln, 4, 357.

Gumley, 393; see also Craddock, Jos. (fl. c. 1815).

Guthlaxton hund., see Aylestone, Knighton, L., Castle, Newarke, The.

Gutteridge, Wm. (d. 1662), 95 n; Wm. (d. 1675), 95 n.

Guy's Cliffe (Warws.), see Greathead.

H.

Hacket (Hackett), Phil., 406; —, 431.

Hackle, John, 112, 117.

Haddon Hall (Derb.), 415, 416.

Haimes, see Hames.

Halford, Hen., 116; Sir Hen., 205 n, 216.

Hall, Amos, 352; John (d. 1584), 86, 87 n; John (fl. c. 1645–50), 84; John (fl. c. 1660), 184; Rob., 176, 391; Thos., 131, 132.

Hallam, Ric., 316.

Hallaton, 126.

Hallhead, Nat. Brassey, 136.

Halpennye, Hen., 98 n.

Halsope, see Alsop.

Halstead, man., 57 n.

Hames (Haimes), F.J., 363; Rob., 113.

Hamilton, man., 410.

Hammont, Sam., 168 n.

Hand Framework Knitters' Fed., 310.

Hanover, King of, 205.

Hansom, Jos., 335, 392.

Harbert, see Herbert.

Harborough, Market, 172, 316; road from Leicester to, 154; rly. from Leicester to, 260, 443; turnpike from, to Loughborough, 161–2, 264, 265, 352, 423, 424, 443, 444, surveyor, see Parsons, Wm.; see also Coleman, Hen. (fl. c. 1761), and his w. Ann, Taylor, Sam. (fl. c. 1761), and his w. Eliz.

Harcourt (Harecurt), Alice w. of Wm. (fl. 14th cent.), 415; Anne w. of Wm. (fl. c. 1467), m. 2 Wm. Norris, 429; Arabella, see Quency; Arabella (d. 1280), 415; Marg., 415, 416; Ric. (fl. c. 1219), 429 n; Ric. (d. 1258), 415, 418; Ric. (fl. c. 1293), 415, 429; Sim., 429; Wm. (fl. c. 1219), 418; Wm. (fl. 14th cent.), 415; Wm. (fl. c. 1467), 429; Sir Wm., 429; fam., 415, 416, 418, 429.

Hardie, Keir, 234; see also Hardy.

Harding, Rob., 111 n, 113; Dr. —, 445; see also Bellamy & Harding.

Hardwick, Rob., 403, 406.

Hardy, J. Stockdale, 141; John, 328; see also Freeman, Hardy & Willis, Hardie.

Harecurt, see Harcourt.

Hargreave, Hen., 328.

Haringworth (Northants.), see Zouche fam.

Harlaxton (Lincs.), 398.

Harrington, Sir Hen., 57, 353; Sir John, 454 n.

Harris, J. O., 455; John, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 226, 227; Jos. (fl. c. 1846), 382; Jos. (fl. c. 1890), 377; Ric., 178, 206, 207 n, 217, 218, 220; —, 114, 117, 120.

Harrison (Heryson), Beatrice, m. Orson Wright, 456; Geo., 146; Hen., 422, 450, 456; Isaac, 426, 453, 455–6; J. Stockdale, 384, 437, 445; Joshua, 362; Rob., 97 n; Wm., 338–41, 372; —, 392; fam., architects, 341 n; fam., market gardeners, 422, 450, 455.

Hart, Sir Israel, 236–7, 238.

Hartewell, see Hartwell.

Hartley, E. R., 241.

Hartopp, Anne, see Hurlock; Sir Edm. Craddock (fl. c. 1846), 443, 446; Sir Edm. Craddock (fl. c. 1878), 443; Sir John, 113, 443; Sir Wm., 112, 113; fam., 440; see also Craddock.

Hartshorn (Hartshorne), C. W., 246, 247 n; Thos. (d. 1661), 105 n; Thos. (fl. c. 1705), 186.

Hartwell (Hartewell), Thos., 182; Wm., 186 n.

Harvey, Steph., 396.

Harwar, Nic., 400, 405.

Haseldine, Wm., 440.

Haslocke, John, 85 n.

Hassell, Hugh, 101 n.

Hastewell, Wm., 99 n.

Hastings, Sir Chas. Abney, 144, 145, 146; Edw., Ld. (d. 1506), 8, 429 n; Sir Edw., Ld. Loughborough (d. 1558), 451–2; Sir Edw. (d. 1603), 57, 61, 94, 395, 396; Fran., 64, 396, 401; Geo., 1st Earl of Huntingdon, 8, 78, 434; Geo., 4th Earl of Huntingdon, 56; Hen., 3rd Earl of Huntingdon, 64, 66, 74, 86, 332, 361, 395, 400, 401, 429, 449, 450, 451, 452; Hen., 5th Earl of Huntingdon, 57, 58, 60, 61, 62, 64, 70, 71 n, 108, 365, 406; Sir Hen. (d. 1629), 397, 440; Sir Hen. (d. c. 1650), 67, 428, 429–30; Sir Hen. (d. 1697), 440; Jane, m. John Craddock, 115 n; Ralph de, 429; Ric., 431; Theophilus, 7th Earl of Huntingdon, 111, 113, 114–19, 124, his chaplain, see Geary; Wal., 429, 430, 431, 432; Wm., Ld., 8, 429; fam., 8, 65, 66, 421, 429, 430, 434–5, 440, 452; see also Huntingdon, Earls of.

Hathern, 400; see also Zouch bridge.

Hatton, Sir Chris., 441, 452.

Hawes (Hawys), John, 45; fam., 440.

Hawford, Hamiel, 85 n.

Hawkes, Wm., 97.

Hawkesbury, Ld., see Jenkinson.

Hawys, see Hawes.

Hayne, Thos. (d. 1640), 413; Thos. (fl. c. 1645), 365.

Hayton, Wm., 406.

Hazell, W., 233, 234, 235, 236.

Hazlerigg (Hesilrige), Sir Art. (fl. c. 1654–60), 56, 60, 66, 67, 110; Sir Art. (fl. c. 1754), 127; Isabel, see Heron; Thos. (fl. 15th cent.), 439; Thos. (fl. c. 1519), 439; fam., 439.

Heath, J. Wedgewood, 319.

Heathcote, John, 308; Wm., 419.

Hedleyhope (Dur.), see Sanderson.

Heighton, Geo., 188–9.

Henbury (Ches.), see Davenport, Wm. (fl. c. 1589).

Henderson, Art., 238; Wm., 372 n.

Henry II, 345.

Henry III, 3 n, 4, 10 n, 11, 19, 32, 47, 421, 434.

Henry IV, 6, 22, Duke of Lancaster, 6–7.

Henry V, 6, 7, 425.

Henry VI, 7.

Henry VII, 6 n, 7–8, 27, 43, 54, 434.

Henry VIII, 54, 284, 343, 387, 425, 434, 437, 447, 448, 451.

Henry the young king, s. of Henry II, 3.

Henry, Earl of Derby and Lincoln, 4th Earl and 1st Duke of Lancaster, 5, 21, 33, 47, 346, 397, 450.

Henry of Lancaster, 3rd Earl of Lancaster, 5, 20, 22, 346, 371, 395, 396.

Henry juxta aquam, 416.

Henry le Forcer, see Forcer.

Henshaw, John, 98 n.

Herault de Saint Sauveur, John, 401, 405.

Herbert (Harbert), Alb., 433; Ric., 89 n.

Hereford, Bp. of, see Cornewall; Ctss. of, see Bohun.

Hereswode, 32, 447.

Herle, Rob. de, 429, 430; Wm. de, 429.

Heron, Isabel, m. Thos. Hazlerigg (fl. 15th cent.), 439.

Herrick, Jas., 59; Rob. (fl. c. 1591), 86; Rob. (fl. c. 1666), 80; Thos., 106 n; W. Perry, 359; Wm., 132 n; fam., 362, 367.

Hertfordshire, East, M.P., see Rolleston.

Heryson, see Harrison.

Hesilrige, see Hazlerigg.

Hesilrige's man., in Humberstone, 439–40.

Hewart (Heward), (Sir) Gordon, 241, 242, 243; Hen., 99 n.

Hewin, Rog., 101 n.

Hewitt, Fran., 294–5; Wm., 124 n, 125 n.

Hewitt, F., & Son Ltd., newspaper proprietors, 295.

Heygate, W. V., 221–2, 223.

Heyrick, John (d. 1633), 92 n, 106 n; John (fl. c. 1765), 130, 131, 132–3; Rob., 57 n, 387, 413; Thos. (d. 1625), 81 n; Thos. (d. 1631), 89 n; Sir Wm., 66, 406, 408; fam., 65, 66, 128, 132.

Heyting, W. J., 249 n.

Heyward, Rob., 99 n.

Hill (Hyll, Hull), Alf., 244; John (d. 1584), 79; John (fl. c. 1833), 142 n; Randall, 89 n; Ric., 168 n; Thos., 96 n.

Hilton (Hylton), Jas., 93; Ric., 80; T., 316; Wm., 93.

Hinckley, 68, 79, 97, 126, 389; market, 41; road from Leicester to, 381, see also L., Hinckley Rd.; hosiery ind., 307.

Hinman, Geoff., 168 n.

Hitchcock (Hitchcocke), Wm. (d. 1632), 90, 99 n; Wm. (d. 1671), 99 n; fam., 397.

Hitchin (Herts.), 260.

Hobart, Sir Hen., Chief Justice of Common Pleas, 74.

Hobby (Hobbie), Marg., 411; Wm., 97, 102.

Hodges & Turner, elastic web manufacturers, 327.

Hogsonn, Geo., 91 n.

Holbeach, Fran., 422.

Holme, Thos., 99 n.

Holmes, Cath., 360; John Kirk, 398; Wm. (fl. c. 1649), 94; Wm. (d. 1770), 130.

Holyoake, G. J., 228 n.

Hood, Wal., 119.

Hook, Wm., 449.

Hopkins, Wm., 83 n.

Hopps, Page, 226.

Horne, John, 95.

Horninglow (Staffs.), 398.

Hothum, John de, Bp. of Ely, 4.

Hotoft, Ric. (d. 1451), 439; Ric. (d. 1547), 442; Rob. (fl. c. 1288), 439; Rob. (fl. c. 1316), 439; —, bailiff, 23; fam., 439.

Hotoft's man., in Humberstone, 439.

Houghton on the Hill, 126, 407.

Houhil, Hen., 39.

How, see Howe.

Howard, Anne w. of Thos., Earl of Surrey, 434; Frances, m. 2 Hen. Brooke, Ld. Cobham, 455; John, prison reformer, 163, 388; T. B., 316; Thos., Earl of Surrey, 434.

Howe (How), Emanuel Scrope, Viscount Howe, 124 n; Ric. Wm. Curzon, Earl Howe, 360; Thos., 105 n.

Howell, Rob., 48.

Howgham, John, 100 n.

Hubbarde, Eliz., 100 n.

Huddyleston, Ric., 99 n.

Hugh le Mercer, see Leicester, Hugh de.

Hull, see Hill.

Humberstone par., 126, 261, 279, 287, 300, 332, 439–43; admin., 441; chs., 439, 441–2; chars., 442–3; econ. hist., 428, 440–1; mans., 439– 40; man. house, 439, 440; nonconf., 442; pop., 440, 441; R. Cath., 442; rector, 441; schs., 336, 442; vicar, 440, see also Dudley, John, Paul, Wilson, Thos.; vicarage, 441; workhouse, 441.
-, Abbots Rd. chap., 442; Bridge Rd. sch., 336, 442; Cunnery, The, 440; Edgehill Rd. chap., 442; Gipsy Lane, 443; Grange, The, 439; Humberstone Drive, 443; Humberstone Lodge, 439; Main St., 439; Marston (Stayne) Meadow, 440; Middle Field, 440; Mill Field, 440; Mundella (Tailby Estate) sch., 337; North Field, 440; North Meadow, 440; Orchard, The (Crow Orchard), 442–3; Overton Rd., 360, 441, chap., 442, sch. 337, 442; Sacred Heart R.C. par., 442; St. Barnabas par., 437, 441, ch., 441; St. Joseph's R.C. par., 438, 442, chap., 442; South Field, 440; Stein's Lane, 439; Swan's Orchard, 439; Tailby Estate, 297; Thurmaston Lane, 439, 443; Thurnby Rd. (Norman's Lane), 440; Towers Hosp. (lunatic asylum), 279, 439, 440, 441; Town (Church) Land, 442; Uppingham Rd. chap., 442; Victoria Rd., 441; see also Hesilrige's man., Hotoft's man., Humberstone, New, L., Humberstone, West.

Humberstone, New, 439, 440–1; rly. stn., 439.

Hume, Jos., 211.

Humet, John, 437, 439; Jordan, 441; Lucy, m. Sir Ric. de Grey of Codnor (fl. c. 1265), 439.

Humphries, John, 91.

Hungary, 220.

Hungerford, J. P., 132, 133.

Hunt, Bart., 96 n; Geo., 89 n; Hen., 145; John, 79.

Huntingdon, Earls of, 8, 60, 66; see also Hastings, St. Liz; house, see L., Lord's Place.

Huntingtower, Ld., see Tollemache, Lionel Wm. John.

Hurlock, Anne, m. Sir Edm. Craddock Hartopp (fl. c. 1846), 443.

Huskisson, Wm., 145.

Hutton, Jonathan, 91 n; Rob., 105 n.

Huxley, Sam., 88 n, 105 n.

Hyll, see Hill.

Hylton, see Hilton.

I.

Ibstock, 42; see also Ellistown.

Ichind, Thos., 97 n.

Iliffe, John, 431.

Illston on the Hill, 181, 187 n.

Incestre, Geo., 425 n.

Independent Labour Party, 232–3.

Inge (Ynge), Edw., 444; John, 96 n; Ric., 78; Wm., 449; fam., 444; fam., of Thorpe Constantine (Staffs.), 449.

Ingham, Thos., 105 n.

Ingram le Bocher, see Baker, Ingram le.

Ingulward, Ric., 98.

Inman, Chas., 151 n.

Inninges, Geo., 88.

Inskip, Wm., 232, 233, 234.

Instone, Alf, 244–5.

Ipswich (Suff.), 33.

Ireland, Geo., 143; Jos., 389.

Ireland, 108, 205, 229.

Isabel (of France), queen of Edw. II, 4, 5.

Italy, Soc. of Friends of, 222.

Ive, Jane w. of Wm., 411; Wm., 411.

Ives, Wm., 82.

Ivo, 434, 435.

Ivo, Adam s. of, see Adam s. of Ivo.

J.

Jackson, John, 125, 403, 406; Wm., 353, 409.

James I, 55, 57, 61, 62, 66, 455.

James II, 113, 117, 119.

James, Hen., Ld. James of Hereford, 322.

Janner, B., 248 n, 249 n.

Japan, 247.

Jarvis (Jerves), John, 105; Ric. (d. 1670), 96 n; Ric. (d. 1675), 96 n.

Jeffery (Jefferey), John, 96 n; Wm., 83 n.

Jenkinson, Chas., Ld. Hawkesbury, 407.

Jerman, Wm., 88 n, 99.

Jerusalem, Knights of the hospital of, 447; prior, see Manby, Rob. de.

Jerves, see Jarvis.

Jessons, Thos., 99 n.

John, King, 3, 10, 11, 19 n, 32, 421.

John XXII, Pope, 4.

John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, 6, 22, 33, 47, 49.

John, mason, 42.

Johnson, Edm. (fl. c. 1684), 115–16, 117; Edm. (fl. c. 1724), 397; Edm. (fl. c. 1756), 444; Fielding, 229; Geoff., 406; Hen., 397; Jas., 58; John (d. c. 1786), and his w. Frances, 368; John (d. 1815), 163, 338, 362, 363, 368, 409, 443; Ralph, 83 n; Ric., 77, 79; Rob. (d. 1538), 83 n; Rob. (d. 1627), 82; T. Fielding, 333, 374; Thos., 77; Wm., 87–88; fam., 409; see also Abell, Wilkes Bros. & Johnson.

Johnson & Bailey, footwear manufacturers, 323 n.

Johnstone, John, 105; see also Gillet & Johnstone.

Jones, Luke, 83 n; Thos. Hen., 406.

Jordan, Rob., 94.

Joseph, Thos., 88 n, 105 n.

Judge, Wm., 390.

Judith, Ctss., 1, 32, 395.

K.

Keay, Wm., 367; see also Everard & Pick.

Keble, Hen., 440; Jane w. of Hen., 440, 442 n; John, 439; Marg., m. — Bowes, 440; Thos., 439, 441; Wal., 439; fam., 442.

Keck, Ant. Jas., 131, 133, 134; fam., 435, 444; see also Powys-Keck.

Keckwick, Thos., 77, 103 n.

Keene, Wm., 105 n.

Kellam, Mary, 88 n.

Kelly, —, 387.

Kempson, W., 317; see also Walker & Kempson.

Kemsley Press, 295.

Kent, 193.

Kershaw, Eliz., 382.

Kestyn (Kestian), Eliz., m. Edm. Spencer, 393; Nic., 393.

Kettering (Northants.), 273, 316; rly. from Leicester to, 260.

Kettleby, Eye, 131.

Ketton, Rog. of, 38.

Kibworth, 112.

Kilby, see Farmer, —.

Kimcote, 398.

King (Kinge), Ben., 429, 430 n; Gregory, 79; Jas. (d. 1625), 101 n; Jas. (d. 1660), 97 n.

Kingsthorpe (Northants.), 401.

Kingston, Sir Wm., 65 n.

Kingston-upon-Hull (Yorks.), 40.

Kirby, J. A., 248 n; Sam., 253–4.

Kirby Bellars, priory, 422.

Kirby Muxloe par., 300, 449.

Kirk, John (fl. c. 1696), 182; John (fl. c. 1795), 449; Joshua, 182; Wm. (d. 1660), 92 n, 93; Wm. (fl. c. 1818), 372.

Knaptoft, see Turpin.

Knight, Eliz., 90 n; Jos., 415; Randall, 99 n.

Knighton, Hen. of, 53 n.

Knighton par. (formerly chapelry), 16, 197, 260, 287, 350, 351, 354, 370, 381, 410, 443–6; chars., 446; chs., 357, 445–6; econ. hist., 444– 5; man., 16, 107, 353, 354, 443; non-conf., 446; pop., 444, 445; R. Cath., 446; schs., 337, 444, 446.
-, Alexandra Rd., 445; Avenue Rd., 445; Breach Field (la Breche), 444; Brookfield, 444; Clarendon Hall chap., 446; Clarendon Park, 291, 443, 444–5, 446, chap., 446; Clarendon Park Rd. chap., 446, sch., 336, 446; Cow Pasture, 444; Craddock Arms, 443; D'Oyly estate, 444, 445; Elmfield, 444; Francis St., 445; Goldhill Field, 444; Hawthorns, 445 n; Knighton Fields factory, 324; Knighton Fields Rd., 445; Knighton Fields Rd. West sch., 337; Knighton Hall, 443; Knighton Park Rd., 444, 445; Knighton Rd., 445, 446; London Rd., 445; Manor Rd., 443; New (South) Knighton, 445; Our Lady of the Angels convent, 446; Queen's Rd. chaps., 446; Safforn Field, 444; St. Francis, hosp., 446; St. Guthlac's chap., 445; St. John the Baptist par., 445; St. Margaret's ch., 446 n; St. Michael & All Angels par., 445, ch., 445; St. Thomas More R.C. ch., 446; Sandown (Lansdown) Rd., 445; Shrubbery, 444; Sir John North sch., 337; Southernhay Rd., 446; Springfield House, 444; Stockwell Field, 444; Stoneleigh sch., 331; Stoney Gate, The, 444, 445; Stoneygate, 231, 242, 260, 291, 443, 444, 445, 446; Stoneygate chap., 446; Stoneygate House, 444, 445; Stoneygate Rd., 445; Stoneygate sch., 331, 335, 445, proprietor, see Franklin; Stoughton Rd., 445; Thornleigh, 445; Toller Rd., 444; Washpit Brook, 443; Welford Rd., 443; Woodland Ave., 445; Woodlands, 445; see also L., Abbey Park, Knighton St. Martin's ward, St. Margaret's Pasture.

Knott, Jas., 315; Thos., 315.

Knyvet, Sir Thos., 454.

Kyrkeham, Wm., 100 n.

L.

Labour Representation League, 224; secretary, see Broadhurst.

Lacy (Lacey, Laicy), Anne, 376, 380; John, and his w. Anne, 380; Thos., 105 n.

Ladysmith (Natal), 235, 236.

Laicy, see Lacy.

Lambe, Sir John, 436.

Lambert, John, 105 n.

Lancashire, 193.

Lancaster, Duchy of, 1, 6, 8, 22, 26, 33, 49, 61–65, 107, 113, 130, 141, 179 n, 198, 332, 363, 395, 397, 398, 400, 408, 421, 434, 439, 447, 448, 449, 450, 453, 454; council, 401; court of Duchy Chamber, 61, 63, 94, 402, officers, 66; attorney-general, 86, see also Bromley, Geo.; chancellor, 60, 61, 70, 400, 403, 408, see also Grey of Groby, Thos., Ld., Earl of Stamford, Jenkinson, May, Sadler, Stanley, Jas.; steward, see Pares, Thos. (fl. c. 1768); auditor, for Leicester, 63; receiver, for Leicester, 47, 63; seal, 6, 61, 407.

Lancaster, honor, earldom, 4, 6; earls of, 1, 56, 344, 345, 346, 381, 395, 421, 434, 447, see also Edm. Crouchback, Hen., Hen. of Lancaster, Thos.; dukes of, 1, 35, 50, 56, 153, 344, 345, 381, 395, 421, 431, 434, 447, see also Hen. IV, Hen., John of Gaunt; duke's (earl's) steward, 41, 344, see also Belgrave, Rog. de; palace, see L., Castle.

Langford, John, 82, 87 n.

Langham, J., & Sons, footwear manufacturers, 317.

Langham, Thos., 99 n.

Langton, Rob., 79.

Laud, Wm., Abp. of Canterbury, 390, 425.

Launder, Anne, 77, 97; John, 77, 97.

Laurence le Seler, see Seler, Laur. le.

Lauretta, Ctss. of Leicester, 43.

Lawrence, John, 423; Pethick, 245, 246 n, 247 n; —, 448.

Lawson, F., 246, 247 n, 248.

Laxton, Geo., 168 n; Thos., 168 n.

Layton, Wm., 105 n.

League of Nations, 247, 248; Union, 248.

Leamington, John, 40; Ralph, 40.

Lee, Edw., 89; Ric., 402, 406; Wm., 307; see also Leigh.

Leeds (Yorks.), 315, 316.

Legitt, Ric., 95 n.

Leicester, Ellen, 338; Hugh de, le Mercer, 40; Kettell of, 55; Pet. of, 18.

Leicester, Archdeacon of, see L., archdeacon.

Leicester, Bishop of, see L., bishop.

Leicester, Earls of, see L., earls.

Leicester, see of, see L., see.

Leicester Abbey par., see L., Leicester Abbey.

Leicester Frith, see L., Leicester Frith.

Leicestershire, 2, 56, 192, 302; third penny, 2 n, 3; taxation, 60; pop. 191; assizes, see L., courts and the administration of justice.
-, Officers, 66–68, 111; (high) sheriff, 18, 56, 66, 67, 68, 153, see also Grentemesnil, Hugh de, Ivo de, Simons, Mat., Skipwith, Sir Hen. (fl. c. 1636), Vann, Wm.; lord lieut., 66, 67, see also Grey of Groby, Thos., Earl of Stamford, Hastings, Hen., 3rd Earl of Huntingdon, Theophilus, 7th Earl of Huntingdon, Manners, John, 1st Duke of Rutland; maj.-gen., see Whalley, Col. Edw.
-, J.P.s, 25, 26, 57, 66, 125–6, 148, 345, 362, 409, see also Burnaby, Rob., Mundy, Winstanley, Clement (fl. c. 1773–1810), L., courts and the administration of justice, J.P.s, jurisdiction; clerk of the peace, see Freer, Thos., W. J.
-, Surveyor, see Parsons, Wm.; M.P. see Halford, Sir Hen., Paget, Thos.; carters, 40; footwear ind., 317 n, 326; hosiery ind., 169, 175, 192.

Leicestershire County Council, 287, 279.

Leicestershire and Northamptonshire Union Canal, see L., Grand Union Canal.

Leicestershire and Rutland Sunday Sch. Union, 328.

Leicestershire, Royal, Regt., 346, 368.

Leicestershire, West, Coalfield, 199.

Leigh, Sir Egerton, 137; J. Boughton, 147, 202; see also Lee.

Lennard, Sam., 316.

Leveric. Wm. s. of, see Wm. s. of Leveric.

Leverich, Ric., 28.

Lewin, 416.

Lewin (Lewen), John, 168; Rog., 157; Thos., 405 n.

Lewis, Hugh, 369; S. K., 249 n; Wm., 178, 392.

Leydebeater, Ric., 79, 86.

Leyden (Netherlands), 78.

Lichfield, Bp. of, 426; see also Coventry and Lichfield.

Liddington (Rut.), 350.

Liége, Jakemin of, 39, 46.

Lincoln, Ric. of, 47 n.

Lincoln, 22, 49; lawmen, 12 n; cast., 2; Cathedral, prebend, see L., St. Margaret's ch., prebendary, see Edyngton, Grosseteste, Lound, Walcote, Dr. John; architects, see Bellamy & Harding.

Lincoln, Bps. of, 2, 16, 43, 65, 350, 395, 437, 443, see also Alexander, Alnwick, Atwater, Barlow, Wm., Blois, Bullingham, Grosseteste, Longland, Remigius, Wells, Hugh of, Williams, John; officers, 65; commissary, 328, see also Chippingdale; registrar, 328; registrar's clerk, see Palmer, Hen. (fl. 17th cent.).

Lincoln, Earl of, see Hen.

Lindsey, Marg., 90 n.

Liverpool (Lancs.), 225, 265; see also Roscoe, Walmsley.

Local Government Board, 278–9, 281, 287, 288.

Lockwood, Geo., 142 n, 151 n.

Loddington, 113; man., 113 n; see also Pretyman.

Loder, Capt. J. V., 245, 246, 247 n.

Loleby, Wm., 91.

London, Ralph, 390.

London, city of, 22, 49; ld. mayor, see Abney, Sir Thos., Whitehead, Sir Jas.; St. Bartholomew's Hosp., treasurer, see Darker, John (d. 1784); St. Paul's Cath., prebendary, see Sampson, Thos.; currier, see Foxon; hosiers, 169; merchant, see McArthur, Whitehead, Sir Jas.

London and Westminster, 7, 19, 49, 65, 71, 80, 81, 82, 91, 92, 98, 99, 100, 110, 115, 125, 131, 146, 149, 150, 170, 189, 190, 193, 213, 323; road from Leicester to, 55, 154, 298, 370; rly. from Leicester to, 260, 344.
-, British Museum, 220; Gerard St., 115; Gray's Inn, see Tamworth; Grub St., 106; Lincoln's Inn, see Simons, Nic.; National Gallery, 220; Savoy palace, 6; Tottenhall man., 106; architects, see Reed, Allan D., Smith, W. Basset, Tarring, Young; bellfounder, see Mears; see also Atcheson, Bennett, —, Hayne, Thos. (d. 1640); Sutton, Thos. (fl. c. 1697).

London Emancipation Soc., treasurer, see Taylor, P. A.

London Journal, 272.

Long, Geo., 393.

Longland, John, Bp. of Lincoln, 399.

Lorimer, see Pool & Lorimer.

Loseby, Hen. of, 362.

Loughborough, 97, 214, 276, 294, 295; bellfounder, see Taylor of Loughborough; ch., 40; glovers, 86; hosiery ind., 176, see also Cartwright & Warner, Pagets, Warners; canal from Leicester to, see L., Grand Union Canal; road from Leicester to, 154, see also Harborough, Market, turnpike; see also Leamington, Ralph, Quenby Hall, Quorn Hall, Statham.

Loughborough, Ld., see Hastings, Sir Edw.

Lound, John, 351.

Louvain, Geoff. of, 39.

Louvain (Belgium), 406 n.

Low, Hugh, 99 n.

Lowdham (Ludham), Caleb, 128, 130; John, 98 n.

Lowestoft (Suff.), 45.

Lubbenham, Nic., 400; Ric. of, 41.

Lubbenham, 409.

Lubbesthorpe par. (formerly chapelry), 415, 418, 428, 443; man., 430.

Lucy, Steph. de, 425.

Ludham, see Lowdham.

Ludlam, John (d. 1602), 98 n; John (d. 1669), 77, 91; Ric., 103 n; Thos. (d. 1697), 115, 116, 119; Thos. (d. 1724), 412; Thos. (fl. c. 1755–1812), 406; Wm. (d. 1603), 106 n; Wm. (d. 1628), 77, 103 n, 106 n.

Lush, Wm., 96.

Lutenham, Thos., 89 n.

Lutterel, Sir And., 370 n.

Lutterworth, 40, 80, 81, 417; char., 413; road from Leicester to, 371 n, 415, 417; see also Dowell, Wm., Paner.

Lymington (Hants), M.P., see Hallhead.

Lynn, King's, (Norf.), 37, 40, 45; fair, 48.

Lyons, A. M., 247, 248.

M.

Mabbs (Mabbes), Mary, 106 n; Thos., 103 n; —, 102.

Macauley, C. C., 147 n; T., 203 n, 205 n.

MacDonald (Macdonald), A. F., 224, 226; J. Ramsey, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 247, 249, 250.

Macnamara, John, 136, 139.

Maddock, H. L., 248.

Mafeking (Bechuanaland), 236.

Maior, see Major.

Maisnil, Gerard de, 37.

Major (Maior), Gabriel, 393; John, 71; Wm., 116, 118 n.

Malton (Yorks.), 81.

Manby (Manbie, Manneby), Rob. de, 447 n; Wm., 80.

Manchester (Lancs.), 81, 206, 214, 265; see also Gardner.

Manchester, Sheffield & Lincolnshire Rly., 375.

Mann, Tom, 234.

Manneby, see Manby.

Manners, Chas., 4th Duke of Rutland, 136, 420; Chas. Cecil John, 6th Duke of Rutland, 415, 417, 419 n; Dorothy, see Vernon; Geo., 415, 416; Hen., 2nd Earl of Rutland, 418; Sir John (fl. c. 1581), 417; John (d. 1611), 416; John, 8th Earl of Rutland, 66, 112, 416, 417; John, 1st Duke of Rutland, 113, 114–16, 119–20; John, Marquis of Granby, 417; John (fl. c. 1777), 353, 410, 452; John, 3rd Duke of Rutland, 123–4, 134, 417, 432; John (fl. c. 1800), 138, 139; John Hen., 5th Duke of Rutland, 143, 176, 330, 364, 417, 420, 432; Ld. John (fl. c. 1867), 226; Louisa, see Tollemache; Thos., 1st Earl of Rutland, 422; Wm. (fl. c. 1722), 124 n; Wm. (fl. c. 1764), 355; Ld. Wm. (fl. c. 1764), 353, 410, 452; Sir Wm. (d. 1833), 138, 141, 452; Wm. John, Earl of Dysart, 452; fam., 66, 415, 416, 417, 418, crest, 419 n; see also Dysart, Earls of, Rutland, Earls, Dukes of.

Manning, Pet., 446; Randall, 61.

Mansfield, John (d. 1798), 136; John (d. 1839), 140–1, 143, 144.

Mansfield & Babbington, bankers, 254; see also Babington.

Mapwell, Wm., 181.

March, Earl of, see Mortimer.

Margaret (of Anjou), queen of Hen. VI, 6.

Margaret, maid, 105.

Markby (Markbie), Ric., 79; Thos., 88 n, 100.

Markham, John, 209–10, 211, 213, 217, 218, 220.

Marlow, E. A., 243–4.

Marrow, Thos., 397.

Marshall, Joshua, 368; Sam., 81, 87 n, 90 n, 109.

Marston, see Boothby.

Martin, Thos., 49 n.

Martival, Anketil de, 439; Joyce de, m. Rob. de Saddington, 439; Ralph de, 439; Rog. de, 439.

Mary I, 55, 56, 59, 396, 452.

Mary II, 121.

Mary, Queen of Scots, 55, 67.

Mason, Eliz. Charlotte, 410.

Massey, Edw., 85 n.

Masters, E., 249 n.

Matthews, C. L., Archdeacon of Leicester, 342.

Maudit, Sim., 22.

Mawdely, Ric., Archdeacon of Leicester, 399.

May, Sir Humph., 60.

Mayes, Pet., 99 n.

Mazzini, Guiseppi, 222.

McAll, R. W., 394 n.

McArthur, Alex., 227, 228, 229, 230, 232.

M'Carthy, Felix, 138, 139.

Meade, John, 105.

Mears, T., 379.

Mease, Rob., 96 n.

Measures, Wm., 105 n.

Mechlin (Belgium), 78.

Medbourne, road from Leicester to, see Gartree Rd.; see also Watts, Dr. Wm.

Medland, Jas., 352.

Mellor, (Sir) John, 455.

Melton Mowbray, 79, 80, 81, 295; man., 131; sch., 413; road from Leicester to, 420; rly. from Leicester to, 439; hosiery ind., 172 n.

Mercer, Hugh le, see Leicester, Hugh de.

Merdegrave, see Belgrave.

Meredith, John, 402, 406.

Merrick, Dan., 224, 227, 232.

Merry, Thos., 111.

Messina (Sicily), 3.

Metropolitan Towns Improvement Co., 266.

Meulan, Count of, see Rob. de Beaumont.

Mexico, 327.

Meyer, F. B., 392.

Miall, Edw., 207–8, 213, 227.

Midland (formerly, Midland Counties) Rly., 215, 260, 355–6, 374, 456; chairman, see Ellis, John.

Miguel, Don, 205.

Miles, Ralph, 168 n; Sam., 142 n; Wm., 151 n.

Mill, J. S., 222.

Miller, Jas., 333; Rob., 80, 81 n, 90 n; Wm., 105 n.

Millet, Humph. Davey, 406.

Millican, Wm., 229, 231, 352, 363, 364.

Millington, Ric., 94.

Mitchell, Wm., 455.

Mitford, Rob., 127.

Moira, Earl of, see Rawdon-Hastings.

Molde, Rob., 87 n.

Mole, Ric., 83 n.

Monck, Gen. Geo., 56, 109, 110.

Moneypenny, Geo., 338.

Montague, Jas., 124 n, 125 n.

Montalt (Monte alto), John de, 430; Millicent de, see Cantilupe; Rog. de, 430.

Montfort, Amaury de, Count of Montfort, 3; Amice de, see Amice; Sim. de (d. 1188), 3; Sim. de (d. 1218), 3, 32, 421; Sim. de (d. 1264), Earl of Leicester, 3–4, 10 n, 19 n, 32, 41, 351, 370 n, 371, 381, 415, 421, 423, 434, 447, 450, 451, 452; fam., 3.

Montolieu, Louis, 136.

Moore (More), Chris., 86 n; John, 328; Ric., 83 n; Temple, 367, 368; Thos. (d. 1556), 59 n; Thos. (d. 1657), 97 n; Wm., 88; —, 109.

Moreton, see Morton.

Morfine, see Murfyn.

Morgan, J., 248.

Morley, T. A., 421.

Morning Chronicle, 204; proprictor, see Easthope.

Moroney, M. J., 249 n.

Morris, John, 85 n; Ric., 97 n.

Morris, Messrs. J. J., footwear manufacturers, 323 n.

Morrison, Sir Ric., 353; —, Lady, 425.

Mortimer of Wigmore, Rog. de, Earl of March, 5.

Mortin, —, 386.

Morton (Moreton), Fran., 106 n; Wm. (d. 1620), 106 n, 411; Wm. (fl. c. 1806), 314; —, 102.

Moseby, Ric., 179 n.

Moseley (Mosley), Sir Edw. (d. 1639), 448, 450; Edw. (fl. c. 1656), 448, 450; Hen., 76, 87 n.

Mosse, Wm., 418.

Mottley, Fran., 97 n.

Mounteney, Geo., 88 n, 103 n.

Mountsorrel, Wm., 48.

Mountsorrel, 86, 212; market, 86; glovers, 86.

Mug (Mugg), Hen., 87 n, 91; John, 390.

Muggeridge, R. M., 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308.

Mundella, A. J., 250 n, 310.

Mundy, C. J., 144.

Murfyn (Morfine), Dan., 89, 106 n.

Mursell, J. P., 207, 208, 209, 210, 212, 213, 215, 220.

Musters, Wal. de, 439.

Muston, Jas., 334.

N.

Napoleon, Louis, 218.

Narborough, 110; asylum, 374; road from Leicester to, 381.

National Co-operative Boot & Shoe Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 323.

National Education League, 226.

National Educational Union, 226.

National Federation of Boot & Shoe Manufacturers, president, see Lennard.

National Hosiery Federation, 313.

National Liberal Federation, 225.

National Society, 329.

National Union of Boot & Shoe Operatives (formerly, National Soc. of Boot & Shoe Riveters & Finishers), 321–5.

National Union of Bootclickers, 323.

National Union of Conservative Associations, 225.

Neale, Ric., 416.

Neath (Staffs.), 319.

Nedham (Needham), Chris., 97 n; Fran., 130; Mary, 355, 357; fam., 367.

Netherseal (Derb.), 400.

Nevinson, Thos., 408.

New Parks, see L., New Parks.

New South Wales (Australia), 227.

New York (U.S.A.), 135, 307.

Newbold, Hen., 396, 397.

Newcastle, Duke of, see PelhamHolles.

Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumb.), 314.

Newcombe, Edw., 343; Rob., 97–98, 343; Thos., 87 n, 98, 359.

Newcombe of Leicester, bellfounders, 419.

Newfoundpool, see L., Newfoundpool.

Newmarket (Suff.), 114.

Newport, C. A., 249 n.

Newport (I. of W.), M.P., see Biggs, Wm.

Newsham, Ric., 164.

Newton, Gabriel, 333, 343, 351, 367, see also L., charities, L., Newton, Alderman, schs.; Geo., 367; John, 114, 120, 406; Thos., 89 n; Wm., 82.

Nichols (Nicolls), Sir Augustine, 71; John, 360, 369.

Nickolds, Fr. Thos., 390.

Nicoll, John, 367.

Nicolls, see Nichols.

Nicolson, Sir Chas., 367, 368; (Sir) Harold, 247, 248; N., 249 n; Sydney, 368.

Noble, Fran., 115, 157 n; Dr. Jos., 221–2, 382; Thos., 123; Wm., 441; fam., 362, 379.

Nonconformist, The, 208; editor, see Miall.

Noone, Edw., 168; Thos., 90.

Norbury (Staffs.), see Skrymsher.

Norman, Ralph, 34; fam., 440.

Normandy, Duke of, see Rob. Courthose.

Norris (Norreys, Norrice), Anne, see Harcourt; Jas., 168 n; John (fl. c. 1492), 42; John (fl. c. 1546), 85; John (fl. c. 1619), 413; John (d. 1670), 87, 101 n; Thos., 99 n; Wm. (fl. c. 1484), 429; Wm. (fl. c. 1612), 343.

North, Fred., Ld., 135; (Sir) Jonathan, 243, 296, 331; Thos., 268.

Northampton, 4, 29, 49, 276; fair, 48; corp., 321; sch., 333; road from Leicester to, 154; footwear ind., 315, 316, 319, 321, 323, 326; footwear manufacturer, see Marlow.

Northampton, Earl of, see St. Liz; Marquis of, see Parr, Wm.

Northamptonshire, 2, 55; footwear ind., 326.

Norton, Rob., 125, 140; Thos., 105 n.

Norton, King's, 389, 401, 404; bellfounder, see Fortrey.

Norwich (Norf.), St. George's guild, 50.

Noseley, see Hazlerigg, Thos. (fl. 15th cent.).

Nottingham, Hugh of, 18.

Nottingham, 144, 145, 198, 212, 276, 284–5, 302, 352; cast., 2; mayor, 61; poor law guardians, 259; rly. from Leicester to, 260, 420; Dr. of, 304; hosiery ind., 171, 175, 176, 303, 310; lacemakers, 144; see also Smith, Abel.

Nottingham, Earl of, see Finch, Dan., Heneage; R.C. Bp. of, 390.

Nottinghamshire, hosiery ind., 169.

Nowers, Alice de, see Pembridge; Ric. de, 416.

Nunneley, Thos., 444.

Nurse, John, 380; fam., 397.

Nutt, Jas. (d. 1663), 88 n, 97 n, 103 n; Jas. (d. 1668), 88 n.

O.

Oadby par., 291, 398, 443; urban district, 434, 436, 438; race-course, 294.

Oakham (Rut.), canal, 182.

Oates (Otes), Sam., 390; Titus, 390 n.

Ockbrook (Derb.), ch., 405.

O'Connell, Dan., 211, 212.

October Club, 121.

Odams (Odames), Sam., 310; W., 315.

Ogden, Cecil, 352; Rob., 98 n.

Okes, John, 61; Wm., 61.

Oldham, John, 87 n, 88 n, 101 n; Wm., 341, 428, 453.

Olive, Wm., 105 n.

Oliver, Chas., 319; Geo., 319; Sam., 166, 444; T. B., 422.

Oneby, John, 118.

Oppenheim, E. Phillips, 434.

Orange, Wm., Prince of, see Wm. III.

Ordish, F. W., 349, 363 n, 364, 377, 386, 392.

Ordriz, Wm., 20; fam., 35.

Orton, John, 122; Ric., 111; Rob., 434; Wm., 112.

Ossiter, Eliz. (d. 1634), 412; Eliz. (fl. c. 1653), 368; John, 96 n.

Otes, see Oates.

Overinge, Thos., 157 n; see also L., Overinge's ward.

Overseal (Derb.), 400.

Overton, Cold, see Frewen, Thos.

Oxford, 60; Univ., 231, 240, 334; Brasenose Coll., Principal, see Hartopp, Sir Edm. Craddock (fl. c. 1878); Christ Ch., Dean, see Sampson, Thos.; Lincoln Coll., 413, 414; Ridley Hall, Principal, 377.

Oxford and Asquith, Earl of, see Asquith.

P.

Paget (Pagett), Hen., 217; John, 220, 440; T. T., 226, 254, 442; Thos., 139, 140, 142, 143, 144, 147, 148, 150, 152, 208 n, 211, 219, 220, 226, 252, 254, 256, 440; see also Goddard & Paget.

Pagets of Loughborough, hosiery manufacturers, 308.

Paine, Tom, 137, 190.

Palmer, Archdale, 121; Edw. (fl. c. 1645–62), 56, 71, 111, 112; Edw. (fl. c. 1766–8), 131, 134; Fran., 387; Geoff., 219; Hen. (fl. 17th cent.), 65; Hen. (d. 1626), 102, 103 n; Hen. (fl. c. 1698), 121 n; Hen. (fl. c. 1828), 146, 148; John (d. 1627), 77, 93; John (fl. c. 1677– 1700), 168 n; Ric., 158 n; Thos. (d. 1670), 87 n; Thos. (d. 1717), 118, 119, 122; Wm. (fl. c. 1626), 396; Wm. (fl. c. 1630), 416.

Palmerston, Viscount, see Temple, Hen. John.

Paner, Rob., 36.

Pare, —, 118.

Pares, John (d. 1715), 158 n, 186; John (fl. c. 1790), 136, 138; Thos. (fl. c. 1768), 130, 134; Thos. (fl. c. 1800–35), 138, 140–1, 144, 362, 365, 380, 393; —, 127; fam., 362.

Paris (France), 153; Hôtel de Ville, 363.

Parker, Jas., 216, 217; John (d. 1564), 101 n; John (d. 1639), 413; Jos., 168; Thos., 106 n; Wm. (fl. c. 1856), 206; Wm. (fl. c. 1920), 452.

Parkyns, Thos. Boothby, Ld. Rancliffe, 136, 137.

Parnell, Rob. s. of, see Rob. FitzParnell.

Parnell, Chas. S., 229.

Parr, Geo., 94; John, 79 n; Wm., Marquis of Northampton, 353, 354, 451–2, 454.

Parsons, John, 94; Wm., 345, 359, 363, 374, 424.

Pate, Hen., 157 n, 186 n.

Paxton, Sir Jos., 444.

Peace Soc., treasurer, see Hazell.

Peache Trustees, 377.

Peale, see Peel.

Pearson, J. L., 367; John, 397.

Pearson & Bennion, footwear machinery manufacturers, 320.

Pease (Pese), Edw., 358, 367, 418.

Peatling Magna, 371 n.

Peatling Parva, 371 n.

Peckleton, see Tooley Park.

Peel (Peale), Hen. (d. 1639), 77, 97, 103 n; Hen. (d. 1664), 97 n; (Sir) Rob., 141, 145, 146, 150, 202, 203.

Pegg, Jerman, 157.

Peke, John, 397.

Pelham-Holles, Thos., Duke of Newcastle, 125.

Pelton, Wm., 99 n.

Pembridge (Pembrugge), Alice w. of Fulk de (d. c. 1345), m. 2 Ric. de Nowers, 415–16; Fulk de (d. 1296), 415, 418; Fulk de (d. c. 1326), 415, 418; Fulk de (d. c. 1345), 415; Fulk de (d. 1409), 416, 418; Isabel w. of Fulk de (d. 1409), 416; Juliana de, m. Ric. Vernon, 416; Rob. de, 416; fam., 418.

Penny, John (d. c. 1496), 42; John (d. 1520), 358–9, 451.

Persia, 240.

Pese, see Pease.

Pestell, Thos., 402, 406.

Pestrell, Thos., 94.

Peter s. of Rog., 14 n.

Peterborough (Northants.), rly. from Leicester to, 260.

Peterborough, Bp. of, 342, 349, 357, 366, 376, 377, 385, 418, 426, 437, 441.

Petersfield (Hants), M.P., see Atcheson.

Peverel, honor of, 430.

Philip, King of Spain, 396.

Philip (Fyllyppe), Rob., 83 n.

Philippa (of Hainault), queen of Edward III, 5.

Philips (Phillips), Jos., 145, 151 n; Ric., 137, 190.

Phipps, C. J., 362; Thos., 131, 132, 133, 166.

Pick, S. Perkins, 346, 362, 426 n, 445; see also Everard & Pick.

Pickering, E. H., 247.

Pickford, Jos., 408.

Picton, J. A., 228, 229, 230, 232, 233.

Piddocke, Leonard, 124–5.

Pighte, Thos., 105 n.

Pike, Jas., 391.

Pilkington, John, 106 n.

Pilsbury, Wilmot, 445 n.

Pippin, Thos., 85 n, 100, 101 n.

Pitefrid, Seward, 382.

Pitt, Wm., the younger, 135, 136, 137.

Plungar, 399.

Pochin, Capt. R. G., 433; V. R., 440; Wm., 440; see also Winstanley, Ralph.

Pocklington, John, 133, 134.

Pole, German, 448, 450; Wm., and his w. Thomasina, 398.

Polers, Phil. le, 429, 430.

Police News, The, 272.

Pollard, Edw., 90 n, 96 n; John, 101 n; —, 120.

Pontefract (Yorks.), 4.

Pool & Lorimer, hosiery manufacturers, 317, & Tabberer, 311.

Pope, see John XXII.

Porter (Portarius), Ranulf, 382.

Portugal, 205.

Pott, John, 400, 406.

Potter, Jos., 232.

Potteries (Staffs.), 213, 214.

Pougher, Abstinence, 168 n, 170, 178; Dan., 168; Eliz., 90–91, 96; Sampson, 77, 91, 96; fam., 168 n, 178.

Poultney, see Pulteney.

Powell, John, 87 n; —, 382.

Power, Frances, 369.

Powys-Keck, Thos., 435.

Pratt, T. A., 248 n, 249 n.

Preston, J., & Co., hosiery and footwear manufacturers, 315, 317.

Preston & Charlesworth, footwear manufacturers, 315.

Pretyman (Prittiman), Sir John, 112–13.

Price, John, 141, 190; —, 59; fam., 190.

Priestley, Dr. Jos., 137.

Primrose, Archibald Philip, Earl of Rosebery, 238.

Prince, see Symington & Prince.

Prince Regent, see George IV.

Prittiman, see Pretyman.

Productive Soc., see 'Equity'.

Proudlove, Wm., 63.

Pulteney (Poultney, Pultney), Sir John (d. 1617), 422; John (d. 1637), 106 n, 413.

Pultney's man., in Belgrave, 422.

Purchase, H. G., 246, 247 n.

Purss, Frances, 105 n.

Pyke, John, 406.

Pyne, Rob., 422.

Pyrie, John de, 418.

Pywell, Jos., 395.

Q.

Quenby Hall, in Loughborough, see Ashby.

Quency (Quincy), Arabella de, m. Ric. Harcourt, 415; Eleanor de, see Ferrers; Marg. w. of Saer de, 3, 353, 415; Marg. de, m. Wm. de Ferrers, Earl of Derby, 422, 429; Rog. de, Earl of Winchester, 32, 415, 422, 428; Saer de, Earl of Winchester, 418, 421, 422.

Queniborough, man., 131.

Quorn Hall, in Loughborough, see Warner, J. H. B.

Quorndon, see Farnham, Mat.

R.

Raby, Ric., 389.

Racy, Adam, 42.

Ramis, Rog. de, 439.

Ramsdale, Thos., and his w. Ellen, 87 n.

Rancliffe, Ld., see Parkyns.

Randall, Wm., 89 n.

Ranulf de Blundeville, Earl of Chester, 3.

Ranulf Portarius, see Porter, Ranulf.

Ratby, soke, 31, 381.

Raven, John, 87 n.

Rawdon-Hastings, Fran., Earl of Moira, 139 n.

Rawlinson, Wm., 448.

Rawlyns, Ambrose, 106 n.

Raworth, Onesiphorus, 142 n.

Rawson, Jas., 151; John, 397.

Rawson & Fields, hosiery manufacturers, 306.

Rawstorn, Wm., 403, 406.

Read, see Reed.

Reasoner, The, 272.

Redmill, 399.

Redwey, Dominic, 88 n, 105 n.

Reed (Reid, Read, Reyd), Allan D., 390; John, 36 n; Thos., 387, 414; Wm., 99 n.

Reinagle, R. R., 363.

Rekevour, see Reseyuour.

Remigius of Fécamp, Bp. of Lincoln, 1, 16, 353, 357, 443.

Rennell, —, widow, 90.

Reseyuour (Rekevour), Wm. s. of John, 419.

Retford (Notts.), M.P., see Evans, Wm. (fl. c. 1825–35).

Reve, Thos., 382.

Reyd, see Reed.

Reynold, John, 40; Ric., 27.

Reynolds, W. G. Waterhouse, 244, 245; Wal., Abp. of Canterbury, 4.

Rhé, Isle de (Charente-Inférieure, France), 58.

Ricard, Thos., 96 n.

Richard II, 6.

Richard III, 7, 8, 27, 382, 384, 429.

Richard, Duke of York, 7.

Ricketts, Admiral Sir Cornwallis, 426, 448.

Riley, F. F., 243.

Roads (Rodes), John, 106 n; Rob., 83 n.

Roberdes, see Roberts.

Robert Blanchesmains, Earl of Leicester, 3, 10, 53, 437.

Robert Courthose, Duke of Normandy, 3.

Robert de Beaumont, Count of Meulan, ? Earl of Leicester, 2, 9, 15, 32, 33, 344, 370, 375, 381 n, 388, 415, 416, 421, 447.

Robert FitzParnell, Earl of Leicester, 3, 31, 32, 371, 376, 379, 382, 415, 439, 450.

Robert le Bossu, Earl of Leicester, 2– 3, 12, 16, 19, 344, 348, 353, 382 n, 421, 424, 439, 443, 451, 452.

Robert, vassal of the Count of Meulan, 381 n.

Roberts (Robertes, Roberdes), John, 28; Jos., 119; Rob. (fl. c. 1586), 102; Rob. (d. 1614), 85 n; Rob. (d. 1627), 85 n.

Robinson, C. B., 444; Chas., 77, 88 n, 99 n; Fred. John, 145; J. B., 145; John, 136; Nic., 98 n; Thos., 329; Wm., 99 n.

Rodes, see Roads.

Rodington, see Ruddington.

Roger, Pet. s. of, see Pet. s. of Rog.

Rogers, John, 406; Thos. (fl. c. 1598), 61; Thos. (fl. c. 1669), 391.

Rolleston, (Sir) John L. F., 234, 235, 236, 238, 239, 240, 250.

Roos, Ld., see Villiers, Geo.

Roscoe, Wm., 139.

Rosebery, Earl of, see Primrose.

Rossendale (Lancs.), 326.

Rossi, J. C. F., R.A., 362, 363.

Rotherby, 110, 112.

Rothley, 110; see also Babington, Thos. (M.P. 1685–9); soke, see Gaddesby.

Rothley Temple, see Babington, Thos. (M.P. 1800–18), Parker, Jas.

Rouen (Seine-Maritime, France), St. Ouen ch., 419.

Ruddington (Rodington), Hen. of, 13, 15, 22; Wm. of, 19.

Ruddyarde, see Rudyard.

Rudhall, Abraham, 359.

Rudiard, see Rudyard.

Ruding, John (fl. c. 1536), 382; John (fl. c. 1558), 382; Rogers, 124, 125; Wal., the elder (fl. c. 1652), 380; Wal., the younger (fl. c. 1652–70), 380, 432; Wal. (fl. c. 1722), 125 n; Wal. (fl. c. 1790–6), 136, 397; Wal. (fl. c. 1813–21), 139, 382; Wm., 125 n, 380; fam., 344, 375, 380, 382, 397.

Rudyard (Rudiard, Ruddyarde), Thos., 56; Wm. (d. 1626), 99 n; Wm. (fl. c. 1646), 349.

Rugby (Warws.), rly. from Leicester to, 260.

Rupert, Prince, 67, 416.

Russell, Dorothy, 249 n; John, 108; Ld. John, 219; Thos., 105 n.

Russia, 220, 246.

Rutland, Earls of, 416; Dukes of, 416; see also Manners.

Rypley, Rob., 88 n, 105 n.

S.

Sacheverell (Sacheverill), Hen., 121, 122; Ric., 357, 429; Thos. (d. 1626), 401, 406; Thos. (d. 1628), 106 n.

Saddington, Joyce de, see Martival; Rob. de, 439.

Sadler, Ralph, 401.

St. Evroul (Orne, France), abbey, 376, 379, 425, 439, 441, 447 n, 448; abbot, 425; cell, see Ware (Herts.).

St. Ives (Hunts.) fair, 41, 48, court, 36, 48.

St. Liz, Sim. of, Earl of Huntingdon and Northampton, 2.

St. Lo, Wm. de, 14 n.

St. Neots (Hunts.), bellfounder, see Eayre, Jos., Thos., Taylor, Rob.

Salt, —, 243.

Sampson, Nat., 376, 401, 406; Thos., 400–1, 405.

Sanderson, John, 65.

Saunders, Ambrose, 357; John, 343; Rob., 179 n.

Savage, John, 186 n.

Sawday, A. E., 392.

Saxi, 416.

Saye, Rob., 418.

Scampton, John, 168.

Scarborough (Yorks.), 45.

Scotland, 4, 5, 26, 55.

Scott, Sir Geo. Gilbert, 358, 360, 363 n, 377, 379; Wm., 105 n.

Scottum, Rob. de, 14 n.

Scraptoft, 110, 126, 187 n, 302, 410; Hall, see Wigley, Jas.

Seagrave (Segrave), Steph. de, 418.

Seagrave, 353.

Seal, John, 209, 212.

Searson, G. R., 295.

Seawell, Thos., 108.

Seburgh, Thos., 41.

Sedgewick, Geo., 232.

Sedley, John, 353.

Segrave, see Seagrave.

Seler, Laur. le, 41.

Self Help Emigration Soc., 233.

Selwyn, John, 403, 406.

Severn, Riv., 45.

Shackerstone, rector of, see Hall, Thos.

Shaftesbury, Ld., see Ashley-Cooper.

Sharman, see Sherman.

Sharnfold, John de, 24 n.

Sharp (Sharpe), Ric., and his w. Christian, 435; —, 90.

Shaw, Jas., 306.

Shawell, John, 105 n.

Shearman, see Sherman.

Sheen (Surr.), priory, 379, 425, 448; prior, 425.

Sheffield (Yorks.), 227, 284–5; architect, see Whiteman, —.

Sheldon, Wm., 424.

Shenton & Baker, architects, 394 n.

Shepie, John, 88, 90 n.

Sherford, John of, 39.

Sherman (Shearman, Shirman, Sharman), Eliz., 453; John (fl. c. 1610– 14), 449, 453; John (d. 1627), 87 n; John (d. 1663), 101 n; John (d. 1675), 101; Luke, 33; Wm. (d. 1663), 77; Wm. (fl. c. 1677–8), 380; fam., 453.

Sherrard, Dr. Jas., 435, 436, 437.

Shilcock, —, 89.

Shilton, Earl, man., 439.

Shilton, Ric. of, 39.

Shipton, Ric., 103 n.

Shirley, Rob., Ld. Ferrers of Chartley, 114, 116.

Shirman, see Sherman.

Shrewsbury (Salop), corp., 117.

Shropshire, North, M.P., see Bickersteth.

Shuter, Wm., 85.

Sikes, —, 145.

Simmes, Wm., 402, 406.

Simon, Mat., 410.

Simons, Mat., 343; Nic., 349.

Simons, Messrs., footwear manufacturers, 325.

Simpson, Nic., 85 n; Rob., 102; Sam., 131; Thos., 89 n; Wm., 99 n; see also Stead & Simpson.

Simpson, A. H., footwear manufacturers, 323 n.

Sismey, Jas., 133, 134.

Skeffington, Sir Wm., 368.

Skipwith, Sir Hen. (fl. 16th cent.), 448; Sir Hen. (fl. c. 1636), 59.

Skrymsher, Thos. Boothby, 124.

Slater, Hen., 76, 95; John, 143.

Slatters, John, 89 n.

Slory, John, 429; Ric., 429.

Smart, —, 350.

Smeeton Westerby, 181; sokemen, 381.

Smirke, Sid., 377.

Smith (Smyth), Abel, 136; Chas. Loraine, 128 n, 136, 137; Dan., 157 n; Fran., 445; Jos., 394; Mary, 90; Sam., 136–7, 138–9, 140; Thos., 399; W. Basset, 342; Wm. (fl. c. 1382), 359; Wm. (d. 1557), 100 n; Wm. (d. 1661), 89 n.

Snetzler, —, organ builder, 368.

Snibston, 401, 403; collieries, 215; colliers, 213.

Socialist party, 239.

Somerset, Duke of, see Beaufort.

Sorby, T. C., 405.

South Africa, 238, 239, 246, 327; see also Ladysmith.

Southwell, Wm., 157 n.

Spain, 205, 327.

Sparkenhoe hund., 447; see also L., Braunstone Frith.

Spence, Ant., 85; Rob., 424.

Spencer, Edm., 393; Eliz., see Kestyn; Herbert, 228 n; Rob., Ld., 371; Rob., Earl of Sunderland, 118; Wm., 398.

Spero, G. E., 244.

Springthorpe, Ric., 77, 79, 85–86, 88 n, 100, 101 n; Wm., 350.

Stacy, Wm., 83 n.

Stafford, Hen., Duke of Buckingham, 7; John de (fl. c. 1340), 18–19; John de (fl. 14th cent.), 343; John (d. 1676), 89 n.

Stafford, infirmary, 372; footwear ind., 315, 322.

Staines, Law., 206 n; fam., footwear manufacturers, 315.

Stamford (Lincs.), 79; fair, 48; lawmen, 12 n.

Stamford, Earl of, see Grey of Groby.

Standard, 240.

Standard Engineering Co., 320.

Standbridge, Thos., 288–9.

Stanford Hall, see Cave, Sir Thos.

Stanforde, Hen., 85 n; John, 83 n; Wm. 106 n.

Stanley, Jas., Ld. Strange, 134, 407; John, 366, 412; Sir Wm. (fl. c. 1491), 434; Wm. (fl. c. 1596), 80; Wm. (fl. c. 1656), 402; Wm. (d. 1665), 81 n, 106 n.

Stanton, Thos. of, 34; Zacharias, 391.

Stanyon, —, 317.

Staples, Wm., 89 n.

Statham, Sam., and his w. Susanna, 435.

Staunton, Hen. of, 34.

Stead & Simpson, footwear manufacturers, 316, 317, 319, 322.

Stephens, Edw. Loney, 279, 440 n.

Stephenson, Rob., 267.

Stevens, Wm., 441.

Stewart, J. Henderson, 245.

Stoke Golding, 126.

Stokes, Thos., 252, 455.

Stokes, Thos., & Nephew, footwear manufacturers, 207 n, 317.

Stone, Nat., 415, 417; Sam., 253, 288, 289, 291, 330, 353, 444; Sam. Fran., 445; —, 148, 150.

Stongate, see Gartree Rd.

Storey, John, 289.

Stoughton, 110, 113, 131, 434, 436 n; Grange, see Beaumont, Sir Geo., fam., Keck, Ant. Jas.

Stowe (Hunts.), fair, 48.

Stowe, Archdeacon of, see Geary.

Strange, Ld., see Stanley, Jas.

Street, Geo. E., 358, 360, 367; Thelma, 249 n.

Stretton, Clement, 133; John, 105 n; Mary, 100 n; Ric., 88 n, 96 n; Simeon, 415; Zachary, 105 n; fam., 415.

Stringer, John, 81.

Strutt, Jedediah, 173 n.

Stuart, Chas. Jas., Young Pretender, 126; Jas., Prince of Wales, Old Pretender, 117.

Studley (Warws.), priory, 422.

Sturdy, John, 45.

Sturge, Jos., 213.

Sturges, Thos., 80 n, 81 n.

Sudan, 229.

Suffolk, Harry, 83 n.

Suffolk, Duke of, see Grey of Groby, Hen.

Sulby (Northants.), abbey, 422.

Sunderland, Earl of, see Spencer, Rob.

Surrey, Earl of, see Howard, Thos.

Sutton, Chris., 107; Edm., 181, 187 n; Thos. (fl. c. 1697), 440; Thos. (fl. c. 1755), 440.

Sutton Coldfield (Warws.), 387; see also Wilson, Sir Wm.

Swan (Swanne, Swain, Swane), Hen., 424; John (fl. c. 1622), 95; John (fl. c. 1838), 209–10; Ric. (d. 1588), 101 n; Ric. (d. 1595), 77, 99 n; Thos., 76, 88 n, 94, 102, 103 n, 396.

Swannington, 42; man., 398, 400, 401, 402, 403; see also L., Leicester & Swannington Rly.

Swepstone, 114, 131; rector, see Geary.

Swift, Jonathan, 123.

Swithland in Charnwood, 42; reservoir, 284; Hall, see Danvers, Augustus Butler.

Swynderby, Wm., 359.

Symington & Prince, architects, 333.

T.

Tabberer, Osmond, 311; see also Pool & Lorimer.

Tailby, Wm., 440.

Tait, Jas., 329 n, 354.

Tamworth, Chris., 57, 61–62, 63, 366.

Taplife, Geo., 105 n.

Tariff Reform League, 238, 240.

Tarring, —, architect, 392 n.

Task, Thos., 370 n.

Tatam, Geo., 396; John, 85 n, 88 n.

Taverner, Ric., 348; Rob., 348; Rog., 348.

Taylor, Dan., 352; E., 249 n; Edw., 88 n, 94; H. A., 249 n; John, 343; P. A., 222, 223–4, 226, 227, 228–9, 249; Rob., 433; Sam. (fl. c. 1654), 422; Sam. (fl. c. 1761), and his w. Eliz., 435; Thos. (d. 1570), 101 n; Thos. (fl. c. 1873), 453; Thos. Swift, 453–4; Wm. (d. 1557), 97 n; Wm. (d. 1575), 98 n.

Taylor of Loughborough, bellfounders, 343, 368, 419, 442.

Tempest, John, 424; Sir Rob., 448; fam., 422, 424, 448.

Temple, Hen. John, Viscount Palmerston, 220, 223; Peter, 60; Rob., 387, 396; Thos., 396.

Teulon, S. S., 377.

Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, 4–5, 11, 12, 38, 47, 49.

Thomas, David, 106 n; W. F., 315; Wm., 332.

Thomasson, Franklin, 239, 240.

Thompson (Tompson), Geo., 215; Howard H., 360; Jas., 219, 223, 273, 294; John (d. 1571), 101 n, 102; John (d. 1645), 100 n, 103 n; Perronet, 210; Thos. (d. 1638), 76, 95 n; Thos. (fl. c. 1813–64), 273.

Thornton, J., 316.

Thornton, reservoir at, 268, 284; see also Herrick, Jas.

Thorpe, Hen., 106 n; John, 398, 406; Thos., 399, 400, 406.

Thorpe Constantine (Staffs.), see Inge fam.

Throsby, John, 368.

Thrussington, sch., 413, 414.

Thurcaston par., 447.

Thurmaston par., 300, 353; vicar, 426; sewage farm, 279.

Thurmaston, South, par. (formerly chapelry), 420, 425, 426; chap., 425.

Thurnby, 113, 302, 434; char., 126.

Tiffin, Wm., 406.

Tilbury (Ess.), 67.

Tillys, Thos., 105.

Tilton, road from Leicester to, 434; rly. from Leicester to, 356.

Times, The, 138.

Timson (Tympson), Rob., 103 n; Thos., 186.

Tod, Eliz., 90.

Tollemache, Lionel Wm. John, Ld. Huntingtower, Earl of Dysart, 354, 410; Louisa, Ctss. of Dysart, m. John Manners, 353, 452.

Toller, Geo., 253, 288, 289; Ric., 444.

Tomline, Marmaduke, 440.

Tomlinson, F. A., 249 n.

Tompkinson, Rog., 86 n.

Tompson, see Thompson.

Tong (Salop), man., 415.

Tooley Park, in Peckleton, 124.

Toone, Thos., 304.

Topp (Top), Thos., 168, 368; fam., 126.

Torksey (Lincs.), fair, 45.

Tottenhall man., see London and Westminster.

Townsend (Townshend), Edm., 157 n, 180–1, 187 n; Isaac, 316; Mat., 308.

Towton (Yorks.), battle, 7.

Trades Union Congress, 232.

Travel, John, 96 n.

Traylen, J. C., 377.

Tribune, 239.

Trickton (Trickten), Eliz., 77, 99 n; Wm., 99 n.

Trigg, Rog., 42.

Tring Park (Herts.), see Yates, Edm.

Trowell, John, 105.

Truro, Ld., see Wilde, Thos.

Truville, John, 186 n.

Turald, 416.

Turner, see Hodges & Turner.

Turner, Messrs. Archibald, elastic web manufacturers, 327.

Turner, Messrs. Luke, elastic web manufacturers, 327.

Turpin, Sir. Geo., 443.

Turville, John, 97 n, 395.

Tutbury (Staffs.), 5.

Tyler, H. P., 319.

Tympson, see Timson.

U.

Ulnod, 416.

Underwood, John, 99 n.

Ungoed-Thomas, Sir A. L., 249 n.

United Framework Knitters' Soc., 310.

United Shoe Machinery Co. of America, 320.

United States of America, see America, United States of.

Unwin, Sam., 382.

Uppingham (Rut.), 79; road from Leicester to, 351–2.

Usher, H. B., 246, 247 n.

V.

Vann, Jas., 428; Wm., 421, 428; —, 421, 427; fam., 421.

Vanni, —, sculptor, 368.

Vansittart, Wm., 403–4, 406.

Vaughan, David Jas., 406; Canon Edw. Thos., 145, 229–30, 367, 404, 406; Geo. Hartley, 137.

Vernon, Dorothy, m. John Manners, 415, 416; Sir Geo., 416, 418; Juliana, see Pembridge; Marg. w. of Sir Ric., m. 2 Wm. Coffyn, 418; Ric. de, 416; Sir Ric. de, 416; fam., 415, 416, 418.

Vialls, Geo., 426.

Victoria, Queen, 231 n, 419 n.

Vincent, Thos., 416.

Villiers (Vyllers), Geo., Duke of Buckingham, 64; Geo., Ld. Roos, 113; Sir Wm., 118, 121; —, 78.

Virgin Mary, Sisters of the Nativity of the Blessed, 442.

Virginia (U.S.A.), 192.

Vyllers, see Villiers.

W.

Wade fam., 422, 424.

Wakerley, Art., 436.

Walcote (Walcot), Dr. John, 357; Ric. of, 28.

Walcote, 126.

Wales, Prince of, see Edw. VI, Geo. II, Stuart, Jas.

Waleys, see Walsh.

Walker, Edw., 95 n; Ric., 104 n; Thos. (d. 1606), 86 n; Thos. (d. 1648), 88 n; W. H., 306, 317, 322; Wm., 157.

Walker & Kempson, footwear manufacturers, 316, 317.

Wall (Whall), Chris., 367; E., 249 n; Josiah, 398.

Wallet, —, 374.

Wallin, Jos., 181–2; —, 114, 117.

Walmsley, Sir Joshua, 215, 216–17, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222.

Walpole, Sir Rob., 124.

Walsh (Waleys), Ric., 406; Wm. le, 24 n, 381; fam., 381.

Walter, Thos., 99 n.

Walton, John, 418; Thos., 96 n.

Walton, 398.

Walton on the Wolds, 411.

Wanley, Jonathan, 81 n; Sam., 70.

Wanlip, 110; sewage works, 279; hosier, see Alsop, Nic.; see also Palmer, Archdale.

Warbeck, Perkin, 434.

Warburton (Warberton), Fran., 186 n; Wm., 112.

Ward, Fran., 119; J. Griffin, 322; John, 441; Sarah, 360; Thos. 93 n; Wm. (d. 1558), 80; Wm. (d. 1670), 89 n; —, 369.

Ware (Herts.), priory, prior, 425, 441 n, 448.

Warenne fam., arms, 438.

Warner, J. H. B., 227, 228; Rog., 77, 105 n.

Warners of Loughborough, hosiery manufacturers, 308; see also Cartwright & Warner.

Warwick, 32; cast., 2.

Warwick, Earl of, see Dudley, Ambrose.

Warwickshire, 67.

Wastell, Nic., 89 n.

Waterhouse, Capt. Chas., 245, 246, 247, 248, 249 n.

Waterworth, Ric., 105 n.

Wathowe, John, 89 n.

Watson, Wm., 85 n.

Watts, Fran., 98 n; Hugh, 359; John, 381; Dr. Wm., 372; — 380; fam., 381–2.

Waverton (Ches.), 42.

Wawarke, Edw., 100 n.

Waytestathe, Ric., 359.

Webster, Ant., 83 n; Thos., 83 n, 88 n.

Weeford (Staffs.), architect, see Wyatt, Ben.

Weightman, see Whiteman.

Weldon, Thos., 56.

Welford (Northants.), road from Leicester to, 154, 370, 371, 372; see also L., Welford Rd.

Welham, 108.

Wellingborough, footwear manufacturer, see Lawson.

Welles, see Wells.

Wellinger, John, 431.

Wells (Welles), Hugh of, Bp. of Lincoln, 366; Isabel, 90; John, 353; Wm., 390.

Went, Jas., 333.

Wesley, John, 392.

Westacote, F., 249 n.

Westcotes, see L., Westcotes man.

Westley, John, 364.

Westminster, see London and Westminster.

Weston, Ric., 181.

Whall, see Wall.

Whalley, Col. Edw., 68, 402; Wm., 111.

Wharton, Geoff., 91.

Whatton, John, 368, 402; Wm., 105 n.

Wheeler & Co., elastic web manufacturers, 326.

Whetstone, Jos., 138, 172, 215, 219, 231 n, 252, 253, 256, 265, 266, 267, 268, 273; see also Brewin & Whetstone.

Whetstone, man., 20, 75, 106, 407; market, 75.

Whipps, Thos., 97 n.

Whitby, John, 100 n.

Whitcombe, —, 148.

White, Edw., 182; Sir Thos., 351, see also L., charities, White char.

Whitehead (Whiteheade), Sir Jas., 230, 233; John, 87 n; Pet., 99 n.

Whiteman (Weightman, Wightman), John, 105 n; —, 371, 382, 394, 397.

Whitwick, collieries, 215; colliers, 213.

Wickes, C., 364; see also Flint & Wickes.

Wicksteed, Thos., 267–8, 272, 276, 278.

Wigg, Sam., 391.

Wiggington, John, 105 n.

Wightman, see Whiteman.

Wigley, Edw. Hartopp, 440, 441; Jas., 124, 125, 126, 127, 131.

Wigmore (Heref.), see Mortimer.

Wigston, Agnes w. of Wm. (d. 1536), 332, 399, 400; Eliz. w. of Wm. (fl. c. 1521), 421; Eliz., m. Wm. Davenport (fl. c. 1589), 422; John, 27, 28, 40; Rog. (d. 1507), 27, 40, 341 n, 434; Rog. (d. 1609), 422, 424; Thos. (fl. c. 1470), 40; Thos. (d. 1536), 332, 399, 400; Wm. (d. c. 1469), 27; Wm. (fl. c. 1521), 421; Wm. (d. 1534), 40; Wm. (d. 1536), 27, 40–41, 78, 332, 346, 351, 398–9, 400, arms, 399; fam., 27, 40, 78, 416, 422.

Wigston, road from Leicester to, 443; rly. from Leicester to, 374 n; urban district, 443; see also Astill, Thos. Wm.

Wigston Magna, 131, 364, 399.

Wigston, South, rly. stn., 261.

Wilcocks, Ric., 400.

Wildboare, Kath., 106 n.

Wilde, Jas., 219; Thos., Ld. Truro, 219.

Wilkes Bros. & Johnson, footwear manufacturers, 323 n.

Wilkins, John, 158 n.

Wilkinson, H. J., 191.

Willcock, Hen., Archdeacon of Leicester, 419.

Willenhall (Staffs.), 319.

Willesley Hall, see Abney, Sir Edw., Hastings, Sir Chas. Abney.

Willey, Jas., 446.

William I, 1, 2, 416.

William II, 2.

William III, 121, 123, Prince of Orange, 117, 119.

William IV, 149, 204.

William s. of Leveric, 15.

Williams, E. Crawshay, 240, 241; John, Bp. of Lincoln, 65.

Willis, see Freeman, Hardy & Willis.

Willoughby Waterless, 413.

Willowes, Rob., 186 n.

Willson, see Wilson.

Wilne, John, 62.

Wilshere, A. Myddleton, 241.

Wilson (Willson, Wylson), Jas., 358, 418; John, 89 n; Thos., 440; Sir Wm., 387.

Winchester (Hants.), 32, 49; fair, 48.

Winchester, Earls of, 428, see also Quency, Rog. de, Saer de.

Winchester (Winton), honor of, 3, 421, 422, 430.

Winchilsea, Earl of, see Finch, Dan.

Windley, Thos., 295.

Wing, John, 406.

Wing (Rut.), see Sharpe, Ric., and his w. Christian.

Wingfield, Rob., 79 n.

Winks, J. F., 203 n, 213.

Winstanley, Clem. (fl. c. 1773–1810), 130, 136, 428, 432, 449, 455 n; Clem. (fl. c. 1849), 380; Geo., 432, 433; Jas. (fl. c. 1662), 111, 430; Jas. (d. 1718), 121–2; Jas. (d. 1862), 430; Ralph (Pochin), 430; fam., 428, 430, 432, 433, 449.

Winterscall, Wm., 89 n.

Winterton, Wm., 228.

Winton, see Winchester.

Wisbech (Cambs.), Holy Trinity guild, 50.

Wise, E. F., 246, 247 n.

Wodland, see Woodland.

Wolde, Adam de la, 424.

Wolsey, Cardinal Thos., 65.

Wolverhampton (Staffs.), 319.

Wood, (Sir) Edw., 231 n, 238; John (d. 1635), 92 n; John (fl. c. 1785), 329; Jos., 294; Norrice, 406 n; Pet., 406; Tim., 393; Thos., 145; Wm., 105 n.

Woodhouse, Sir Wm., 454.

Woodland (Wodland), Thos. (d. 1591), 88 n, 98 n; Thos. (d. 1671), 98 n, 184 n.

Woodward, Ric., 96 n.

Woolaston, I., 125 n.

Woolrich, Humph, 390.

Wootton, Wm., 105 n.

Worcester, 49.

Worcester, Bp. of, see Cornewall.

Workman's Times, editor, see Burgess, Jos.

Worship, Rob., 449; Wm., 396.

Worth, Rob., 168 n.

Worthington, John, 99 n.

Wrangle (Lincs.), man., 21.

Wright (Wrighte, Wryghte), Beatrice, see Harrison; Dan., 82, 88; Geo., 124, 125, 126, 127, 131; John, 99 n; Jos., 343; Nathan, 116, 117, 124; Orson, 456; Rob., 62; Thos. (fl. c. 1611), 94; Thos. (d. 1646), 105 n; (Sir) Thos., 230, 231, 238, 322; Wm., 346.

Wroxham Estates Ltd., 412.

Wryghte, see Wright.

Wyatt, Ben., 372; Jas., 372.

Wycomb, 398.

Wykes, Wm., 91 n.

Wylard, 14 n.

Wylson, see Wilson.

Wynckley, Sydney Thorold, 406.

Wynlove, Wm., 367.

Wyvill, Chris., 135.

Y.

Yard, Thos., 406.

Yarmouth, Great, (Norf.), 45, 49.

Yates (Yeatts), Edm., 141; John, 97 n; Sam., 97 n.

Yaxley, Capt. —, 109, 112.

Yeatts, see Yates.

Ynge, see Inge.

York, 5, 49.

York, Duke of, see Richard.

Yorke, Chas., 129–30.

Young, Art., 390.

Z.

Zouch bridge, in Hathern, 4.

Zouche, Alan la, 415; Ivo la, 430; Millicent la, see Cantilupe; Rog. la, 430; Wm. la, 422, 430; fam., 422.