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Note. An italic page-number denotes an illustration on that page or facing it. The pages containing the substantive history of a parish are indicated by bold-face type. A page-number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page.

Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may require elucidation: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Antony; abp., archbishop; archit., architect; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; b., born; Camb., Cambridge; Cath., Catherine; chant., chantry(-ies); char., charity(-ies); Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church(es); Coll., College; ctss., countess; ct(s)., court(s); Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; dom. archit., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; ho., house(s); Humph., Humphrey; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katherine; 1d., lord; man., manor(s); Marg., Margaret; mkt., market; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; pk., park; Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; prot., protestant; rly., railway; rem., remain(s); Ric., Richard; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; R.D., Rural District; Sam., Samuel; sch., school(s); Sim., Simon; s., son; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; vct., viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William.

A.

Abbott (Abbot):
-, Geo., 203, 206
-, John, 151
-, Maurice (fl. 1649), 203
-, Maurice (d. 1659, another), 203
-, Maurice (d. 1720), 203–4
-, Rob., 204

Abernon:
-, Alice d', w. of Sir John, m. 2 Sir Adam Swinburne, 205
-, Eliz. d', m. 1 Sir Wm. Croyser, 2 John Grey, 205
-, Gilb. d', 204.
-, Ingram d', 204
-, John d' (d. after 1270), 204–5
-, Sir John d' (d. 1327), 205, 210
-, John d' (d. c. 1339), 205
-, Sir John d' (d. 1343), 205
-, John d' (fl.c. 1350), 205 n
-, Jordan d', 204
-, Rog. d', 204
-, Wal. d', 204
-, Wm. d' (fl. c. 1215), 204
-, Wm. d' (d. 1358), 205
-, fam., 204, 205 n

Abernon (Calvados, France), 204

Abingdon (Oxon., formerly Berks.), abbey, 45

Abington:
-, Edm., 8
-, John (d. 1398), 8
-, John (d. 1431), 8
-, John (fl. 1448), 8
-, Rog., 8, 13

Abington, Great and Little, 1, 3–19, 26, 64, 68–9, 109–10, 237
-, adv. (Great Abington), 14–15
-, adv. (Little Abington), 7, 14–15
-, agric., 3, 9–12
-, assarting, 9
-, bridge, 3–4, 6; and see Bourn Bridge
-, char., 16, 19
-, ch., 3, 14–19, 257
-, ch. ho., 16
-, cts., 5 n, 13–14
-, curates, 16, 19
-, dom. archit., 3–4
-, fair, 13
-, farms, 6, 9, 11–12, 15
-, fields, 10–11
-, glebe, 15
-, guilds, 15
-, hearth tax, 277–80
-, inc., 3, 8–9, 11–12, 15, 65
-, ind., 13
-, inns, 3–4
-, man., 5–9, 14, 24, 63
-, man.-ho., 3, 5–7, 15, 17, 19
-, mkt., 13
-, mills, 8, 13
-, nonconf., 18
-, par. officers, 14, 16
-, pk., 3, 12
-, poor-relief, 14
-, pop., 3
-, rectors (Great Abington), 14
-, rectory (Great Abington), 6, 9, 11, 14–15
-, ho., 9
-, rectory (Little Abington), 6, 8–9, 14–15, 193
-, roads, 4, 61
-, sch., 18–19, 29, 69
-, streams, 3
-, tithes, 9, 14–15, 18
-, vicarage (Great Abington), 6, 14–15
-, ho., 15
-, vicarage (Little Abington), 6, 14–15
-, ho., 15
-, vicars (Great Abington), 4, 12, 15– 16, 18, 28, 181; and see Barker, Jas.; Goodwin, Rob.; Law; Mortlock, Edm. Davy
-, (Little Abington), 12, 15–16, 18; and see Bolton, Wm.; Greaves
-, woodland, 3, 12

Abo, see d'Abo

Aborough:
-, Ant., 149
-, Marg., m. 1 Sir Thos. Elyot, 2 Sir Jas. Dyer, 149, 184

Acre, Castle (Norf.):
-, honor of, 183
-, priory, 122

Acton:
-, Jane, see Byrd
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1630), 237
-, Wm. (fl. 1836), rector of Weston Colville, 189

Adams:
-, Steph., 256
-, Thos., 256

Adcock, Rob., 95

Addington, Great (Northants.), 40

Adeane:
-, Anne, see Jones
-, Chas. Rob. Whorwood, 21–2, 26
-, Hen. John (d. 1847), 22, 24, 26, 28–9
-, Hen. John (d. 1870), 22
-, Jas. Whorwood, 22
-, Rob. Jones (d. 1823), 22, 26, 109
-, Rob. Jones (d. 1853), 22
-, Sir Rob. Phil. Wyndham, 20, 22, 24, 27, 224
-, fam., 12, 20, 27–8

Adelize, see Alice

Aeliz, Wm. s. of, see William

'Aerolite' cement, 212

Aero Research Ltd., 202, 212

'Aeroweb', 212

Agricultural Research Council, 24, 29
-, Inst. of Animal Physiology, 20, 22, 26

Agricultural Union, 166

agriculture, see cattle; common; crops; dairying; demesnes; letting to halves; market-gardening; orchards; pannage; pig-farming; poultry-farming; sheep-farming; sheepfold; wool

Ainderby (N. Yorks., formerly N.R.), 6

aircraft building and materials, 192, 200, 212

airfields, 39, 114, 183, 191, 201–3, 212, 265

Akeny:
-, Baldwin de (d. c. 1272), 265
-, Baldwin de (fl. 1311), 265
-, Joan de, w. of Baldwin, m. 2 Wm. Howard, 265
-, Sir John de (d. by 1293), and his w. Alice, 265, 268
-, John de (fl. 1331), 265
-, Rog. de, 265
-, his daus., 265
-, fam., 267

Alan son of Emery, 6

Alan, Count, 1d. of Richmond, estates of, 6, 21–2, 31, 71, 75, 84, 86, 89, 99, 107, 114, 118, 130, 142, 151, 162, 172–3, 178, 184, 193, 195, 205, 267

Alan, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

Alan, Hamon s. of, see Hamon

Alan, Wm. s. of, see William

Albini Brito:
-, Maud de, m. Wm. de Colville, 203
-, Ralph de, 203
-, Wm. de, 203
-, fam., 203

Alcock, Mr., 261

Alencon:
-, Herb. de, 23, 151
-, Marg. de, w. of Herb., 151

ale-tasters, 13, 98, 121, 145, 174, 196, 216, 257, 271

Alexander son of Thomas, 86

Alexander:
-, Levina, see Bennet
-, (later Alexander Bennet), Bennet, see Bennet

Aleyn, John, 52

Alfgar, earl of Mercia, 22–3, 138, 149–50, 159, 161, 203, 232

Alfhelm Poga, and his w., 149

Alfric Campe, 23, 107, 208, 249

Alfric Child, 107

Alfwenne, dau. of Oswi, 172

Alfwin, Wulfwin, s. of, see Wulfwin

Alfwith, dau. of Oswi, 172

Alice (or Adelize), dau. of earl Waltheof and ctss. Judith, m. Ralph de Tony, 136, 265

Alington:
-, Anne, see Turner
-, Diana, 71
-, Dorothy, w. of Sir Giles, 65, 79
-, Dorothy, w. of Wm., Ld. Alington, 80
-, Eliz., m. Chas. Seymour, 52
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., m. 2 Wm. Cheyne, 71
-, Ellen, m. Wal. Lockton, 87
-, Sir Giles (d. 1521), 71, 73, 79, 178
-, Giles (d. 1573), 116
-, Sir Giles (d. 1586), 57, 71–5, 78–9, 117, 178
-, Sir Giles (d. 1638), 65, 71, 77, 79, 87, 108, 116, 118, 120, 153
-, Giles (d. by 1648), 178
-, Giles, Ld. Alington (d. 1660), 71
-, Giles, Ld. Alington (d. 1691), 71
-, Hildebrand, Ld. Alington, 71
-, Jas. (d. by 1617), 181
-, Jas. (d. 1626), 108, 116
-, Joan, m. John Barney, 87
-, John, 71, 115–16
-, Juliana, 71
-, Kath., 71
-, Marg., w. of Rob., 87
-, Mary (fl. 1489), w. of Sir Giles, see Gardiner
-, Mary (d. 1537, another), 181
-, Ric., 181.
-, Rob., 87, 91
-, Wm. (d. 1446), 71, 87, 115, 117, 185
-, Wm. (d. 1459), 71–5
-, Wm. (d. 1485), 71, 115
-, Wm. (d. before 1521), 178
-, Wm. (d. 1615), 178, 180
-, Wm., Ld. Alington (d. 1648), 52, 71, 74, 108, 110, 118
-, Wm., Ld. Alington (d. 1685), 71–2, 75, 80
-, fam., 70–3, 75–6, 78–9, 115, 118, 120–1, 181

Allen:
-, Ric., 255
-, Rob., 46
-, fam., 120–1

Allix, John Peter, rector of Castle Camps, vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck, dean of Ely, 46

allotments, 44, 56, 59, 65, 69, 95, 99, 113, 121, 170, 176, 187, 226, 262

Almar, 5, 107, 130, 193

alms-houses, see Babraham; Balsham; Burrough Green; Camps, Castle; Camps, Shudy; Carlton cum Willingham; Horkesley, Little; Ickleton; Linton; Ravenstone; Sawston; Stetchworth; Thurlow, Little

Alric the priest, 22, 27

Altham:
-, Jas., 173
-, Thos., 24

Alwin, 71

amercement of tenants, 97, 271

America, exports to, 26 and see United States of America

Amey, see Amy

Amps, John, vicar of Ickleton, 244

Amy (Amey):
-, Chas., 225
-, Erasmus, 23
-, Hen., vicar of Little Abington, 16
-, Joan, m. Rob. Higham, 8
-, John, 16, 23
-, Martha, m. — Claydon, 225
-, Nic., 23
-, Rob., 11
-, Rog., 225
-, Thos., 8, 23
-, fam., 11, 18, 209 of Hinxton, 225

anchorites and hermits, 34, 228

Andrew, Thos., 236

Andrews:
-, Ambrose (d. 1625), 52
-, Ambrose (fl. 1640), 52
-, Bridget, m. Phil. Southcote, 62
-, Sir Francis, 62
-, Wm., 62

Angers (Maine-et-Loire, France):
-, abbey of St. Nic., 57
-, abbey of St. Sergius and St. Bacchus, 99

Anglesey priory, in Lode:
-, estates, 162, 178
-, prior, 28; and see Boner

Anjou, Guy of, 204, 212

Anne, dau. of Thos. of Woodstock, m. Edm. de Stafford, earl of Stafford, 251–2

Ansgar the staller, 251

Anstey, Chris., rector of Brinkley, 139

Appleton, Isaac, 67

Appleyard:
-, David, 89, 134–5
-, John (fl. 1647), 83
-, John (d. 1658, another), 170
-, Thos. (d. 1613), 164
-, Thos. (fl. 1644), 164
-, fam., 164

'Araldite', 212

Archer:
-, Cecily, see Somerville
-, Hugh, 252
-, Ralph, 252
-, Wm., vicar of St. John's, Duxford, fellow of Clare Coll., 216

Archer Houblon, see Houblon

architects, see Blomfield; Buckler; Butterfield; Christian, Ewan; Goldie; Hardwick; Kent, Wm.; Lapidge; May, Hugh; Pertwee and Hast; Pratt, Sir Rog.; Pritchett; Rowe; St. Aubyn; Smith, S.J.; Sulman; Thomson; Voysey

Ardres:
-, Adeline of, m. Arnold of Merck, 204
-, Arnulf of (d. c. 1137), 204
-, Arnulf of (d. c. 1139), 204
-, Baldwin of, 204
-, Geof. of, 204

Ardres (Pas de Calais, France), Ids. of, 204

Arnold, Edw., bell-founder, 217–18, 260

Arundel, Thos., bp. of Ely, 128–9

Arundel, earl of, see Howard

Ascham:
-, Giles, 267
-, Marg., see Howe
-, Rog., 267
-, Thos., 267

Ash (Ashe):
-, Ives (or Eudes) atte, 222
-, John atte, 222
-, Rob. atte, 23
-, Tristram of the, see Tristram
-, and see Tristram

Ashdon:
-, Alice of, 31
-, Ralph of, 31.

Ashdon (Essex), 30–1, 33–6
-, ch., 35
-, inc., 34
-, man., 31, 35
-, rector, 34

Ashingdon (Assandun), battle of, 30, 33

Ashley, Ruth Mary Clarisse, m. 1 A. S. Cunningham-Reid, 2 E. L. Gardine, 3 T. P. H. Cholmondeley, Ld. Delamere, 138, 144, 178, 184

Ashton, Rog., vicar of Linton, fellow of Pembroke Coll., 101

Ashwell Street, see Street Way

Aspale, John, 193, 195

Asplen, H. J. W., 108

assize of bread and of ale, 1, 13, 27, 33, 45, 56, 66, 97, 110, 121, 154, 166, 174, 187, 196, 199, 213, 226, 241, 271

Astley, Geof., rector of Castle Camps, 46

Atkinson:
-, Thos., 144
-, Wm., 143

Attaneston:
-, Joan, see Pirot
-, Ric., 249

Atwood, John, 143

Aucher son of Henry, 106–7, 110
-, his w. Joan, m. 2 Sir John Shardelowe, 106
-, his dau., see Christine

Aucher, Hen. s. of, see Henry

Audley:
-, Eliz., m. John Rose, 71
-, Hen. de, 71
-, Hugh de (fl. 1302–5), 71
-, Hugh (d. 1347), 74
-, Sir Jas. de (d. 1272), 71, 73
-, Jas. de (d. 1273), 71
-, (formerly Beauchamp), Jas. de (d. c. 1286), 71
-, Sir Jas. de (d. c. 1335), 71, 77
-, Jas. de (fl. 1329, ? another), 193
-, Jas. (d. before 1378), 71
-, Marg., m. Ralph, earl of Stafford, 74
-, Marg., w. of Hugh, see Clare
-, Marg. de, w. of Jas., 71
-, Thos. (d. 1372), 71
-, Thos., Ld. Audley (fl. 1541), 89
-, Wm. de (d. 1282), 71
-, Wm. (d. 1365), 71, 73, 79
-, fam., 75

Aumale:
-, counts of, see Forz
-, ctss of, see Hawise

Australia, 26, 168
-, Queensland, governor of, see Bowen, Sir Geo.
-, premier of, see Herbert, Sir Rob.

Avignon (Vaucluse, France), 28

Axholme (Lincs.), 235

Ayete:
-, Agnes, see Haye
-, Alan, 115
-, Margery, m. Wm. Purefoy, 115

Aylesford, earls of, see Finch

B.

Baas, fam., 162

Babraham:
-, Hamelin of, 22
-, Wal. of, 22
-, and see Hamelin

Babraham. 1, 19–30, 109, 113, 129, 247, 252, 254, 259, 262
-, adv., 27
-, agric., 25–6
-, alms-ho., 20, 29, 176
-, Bourn Bridge, q.v.
-, chant., 28
-, chaplains, 28
-, char., 20, 29–30
-, ch., 20–1, 24, 27–9, 112
-, cts., 27, 56, 199, 213
-, curates, 28–9
-, dom. archit., 20
-, fair, 20
-, farms, 25–7
-, fields, 25
-, glebe, 27–8
-, guild, 28
-, hearth tax, 20, 22, 278–80
-, inc., 2, 19, 25
-, inns, 20
-, man., 5 n, 12, 21–5, 27, 29
-, man.-ho., 19–20, 22–3, 26, 128
-, mkt., 27
-, mills, 19, 26–7
-, nonconf., 29
-, pk., 20
-, persons from, 5, 224–5
-, poor-relief, 27
-, pop., 19–20
-, prehist. rem., 19
-, rectory, 22, 24, 27
-, Rom. rem., 20
-, sch., 20, 29, 176
-, streams, 19
-, tithes, 24, 27
-, vicarage, 27
-, ho., 28
-, vicars, 27–8, 262; and see Law; Phillips, P. R.; Powney
-, water-meadows, 2–3, 19, 25–6

Bacon:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Sclater, 85, 102
-, Thos. Sclater, see Sclater

Baker:
-, Alice, see Higham
-, Anne, m. Blaise Pratt, 31
-, Eliz., (?) m. Ant. Bettenham, 31
-, John, 224
-, Jon (d. 1639), rector of Bartlow, 31, 33–4
-, Jon (d. 1645), rector of Bartlow, 31, 34
-, Ric., 24
-, Rob. (fl. 1571–85), vicar of Pampisford and Sawston, 111, 259
-, Rob. (fl. 1579–93, another), 53

Balam:
-, Alice, 252
-, Eliz., see Byatt
-, Jane, 252
-, Rob., 252

Baldry, J. N., 257

Baldwin, count of Guisnes, 204 his w., see Merck, Christine of

Bale, Ric., rector of Balsham, archdeacon of Ely, 133

Ballowe, Thos., rector of Westley Waterless, canon of Chichester, 180

Balsham, Hugh of, bp. of Ely, 128

Balsham, 65, 80, 125, 127–35, 127, 189, 191, 193–4, 196
-, adv., 132
-, agric., 127, 130–1
-, alms-ho., 135
-, assarting, 130–1
-, chant., 133
-, chaplains, 133
-, char., 89, 133–5
-, ch., 112, 127, 132–5
-, cts., 132, 135
-, curates, 133
-, dom. archit., 128
-, fair, 132
-, farms, 128–32
-, fields, 131
-, glebe, 132–3
-, guilds, 133–4
-, hearth tax, 278–9, 281
-, inc., 127, 130–2, 135
-, inns, 128
-, man., 116, 129, 132
-, man.-ho., 127, 129, 132, 135
-, mkt., 132
-, mills, 132
-, nonconf., 59, 123, 134, 198
-, par. officers, 132, 135
-, persons from, 121, 137
-, poor-relief, 132
-, pop., 126, 128, 131–2
-, rly. sta., 128
-, rectors, 122, 131–2, 135; and see Sleaford; Wollaston, Edw.
-, rectory, 132–3
-, ho., 129, 133–4
-, roads, 128
-, sch., 124, 128–9, 133–5, 190, 198
-, tithes, 132–3
-, town ho., 279 n
-, town land, 132, 135
-, woodland, 127, 130
-, Worsted Lodge, 128

Bank, Rob., 143

Banks:
-, Ralph de (fl. 1086), 107
-, Ralph de (fl. before 1200, ?another), 208
-, S. H., vicar of Dullingham and Cowlinge, 167–8

Baptists, 39, 47, 112, 134, 140, 176, 198, 229, 245, 261, 274

Bar, Joan of, ctss. of Surrey, 189

Barbados (West Indies), 71

Barbedor:
-, Geo., 150, 223
-, Rog. (fl. 1279), 23, 225, 235
-, Rog. (fl. 1302–4), 130, 150, 223
-, Wal. (fl. c. 1270), rector of St. John's, Duxford, 216
-, Wal. (fl. c. 1290), see Walter
-, Wm. (d. by 1279), 73, 150, 223
-, Wm. (fl. 1279), 223
-, Wm. (fl. 1303–8), 23, 150, 223
-, Wm. (fl. 1335–46), w. of —, m. 2 Rob. King, 150
-, Wm. (fl. 1335), 150, 223
-, fam., 23, 216, 223, 235

Bardolf:
-, Beatrice, see Warenne
-, Hugh, 139
-, Isabel, w. of Hugh, 139
-, fam., 117

Barentyn:
-, Sir Drew, 115
-, Sir Wm., 115, 121

Barham (in Linton), see Linton, Barham

Barker:
-, Geo., 275
-, Jas., vicar of Great Abington, rector of Westley Waterless and All Saints, Newmarket etc., 62–3, 144, 178, 181
-, Jas. (fl. 1830, ?another), 209
-, Wm., 212

Barking, Ric. of, 235

Barlow, Geo., vicar of Great and Little Abington, 16

Barnard, Thos., 32

Barnardiston:
-, Sir Nat., 151
-, Thos. (d. by 1553), 151
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1619), 151

Barnet (Herts.), battle of, 206

Barney:
-, Joan, see Alington
-, John, 87
-, Ralph, 87
-, Rob. (d. 1487), 87
-, Sir Rob. (fl. 1544), 87

Barns, Story (fl. 1809), 269

Barnwell, Phil. of, 143

Barnwell, in Camb., priory, 110, 227
-, estates, 143, 223–4, 267–8
-, prior, 227; and see Lawrence

Barrett, Leonard, 143

Barrington:
-, Anne, m. 1 John Flack, 2 Sutton John Cony, 223
-, Sir FitzWilliams, 89, 91, 223
-, Susanna, m. Barrington Flack, 89, 223

Barrow, Thos., rector of Castle Camps., 46

Barry:
-, Eliz., see Rogers
-, Jas., 204

Bartlow, Maurice of, 31

Bartlow, 1, 30–6, 40–1, 70, 75, 86, 108, 114, 120 n
-, adv., 31–4
-, agric., 30, 32–3

Bartlow (or Stevington) End (hamlet), 1, 30, 35
-, agric., 30
-, poor-relief, 30, 33
-, sch., 35
-, bridges, 31
-, chaplains, 34
-, char., 36
-, ch., 30, 32–5, 257
-, curates, 34–5
-, dom. archit., 31
-, farms, 32–3
-, fields, 32
-, glebe, 32, 34
-, hearth tax, 32, 34, 278–80
-, inc., 30, 32–4, 44, 55
-, inns, 31
-, man., 24, 31–2
-, man.-ho., 32
-, nonconf., 35
-, pk., 30–2
-, poor-relief, 33
-, pop., 30
-, rly. sta., 31
-, rectors, 32–6, 58, 122, 168; and see Baker, Jon; Mapletoft, Edm.
-, rectory, 31, 34, 78
-, ho., 34–5
-, roads, 30, 32
-, Rom. rem., 30, 50, 61
-, sch., 31, 35–6
-, Stevington End, see Bartlow End
-, streams, 30–2
-, tithes, 32, 34, 45
-, woodland, 30

Barton:
-, John, 162
-, Leonard, 162
-, Steph., 162
-, Wm., 162
-, fam., 164

Bartow, John, vicar of Pampisford, 111

Basle (Switzerland), 212–13

Basque refugees, 111

Basset:
-, Aline, m. 1 Hugh le Despenser, 2 Rog. Bigod, earl of Norfolk, 193
-, Edw., rector of Horseheath, 78
-, Ela, see Ela
-, Phil., 193

Bassingbourn:
-, Ric., 8–9, 13
-, Warin of, 183

Bateman:
-, John, rector of Burrough Green, 143, 146
-, Wm. (fl. 1376), 41
-, Wm. (fl. 1387–90, ?another), 138, 143

Bath, John, 162

Bath, earl of, see Bourchier

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Droxford

Bathe & Co., 109

Batson:
-, S.P.R., 72
-, Stanlake (d. 1812), 72, 122
-, Stanlake (d. 1857), 70–2, 74, 76, 79, 120, 122
-, Stanlake Hen., 72
-, Stanlake Ricketts, 33, 52, 72, 74

Bawtry:
-, Thos., 88
-, Wm., 88, 93

Bayard:
-, John, 252
-, Rob., 252

Baynard, Adiel, rector of Bartlow, 35

Beaduburh (Saxon woman), 20

Beales, H. F., 115, 235, 237

Bearcroft, Phil., 123

bearded, Gilb. the, see Gilbert

Beaty, Wm., rector of Westley Waterless, president of Magdalene Coll., 180

Beauchamp:
-, Alice de, w. of Rob., 71, 73, 75, 77
-, Alice, w. of Guy, earl of Warwick, see Tony
-, Cecily de, see Forz
-, Eleanor, m. John Meriet, 160
-, Guy, earl of Warwick, 137, 139, 265
-, Jas. de, see Audley
-, John de (d. 1283), 160
-, John de (d. 1337), 160
-, John de (d. 1343), 160
-, John (d. 1361), 160
-, Nic. de., and his w. Eliz., 32
-, Rob. de (d. 1263), 71
-, Rob. de (d. 1303), 160
-, Thos., earl of Warwick, 272
-, Wm. de, 235
-, fam., 137, 265, 274 of Dullingham, 163

Beaufort:
-, Edm., duke of Somerset, 16
-, Marg., ctss. of Richmond, 28

Beddoes, W. F., and his w., 234

Bedell:
-, Abraham, rector of Castle Camps, 46
-, Eliz., w. of Jas., 211
-, Jas., 206, 208, 211, 217, 220
-, John, 206, 208–9
-, Thos., 206

Bedford, earls and dukes of, see Russell

Bedford, 235

Bedfordshire, 139, 143, 146
-, Sandy, rector of, see Burgoyne, Thos.
-, and see Bedford; Blunham; Markyate; Warden

Bedingfield:
-, Chris., 7
-, Edm. (d. by 1465), 7
-, Edm. (d. 1496), 7
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1554), 7
-, Edm. (d. 1565), 7
-, Grace, w. of Edm., m. 2 Jas. Taverner, 7
-, Marg. (d. 1476), w. of Edm., see Tuddenham
-, Marg. (d. 1514), w. of Edm., 7
-, Rob., rector of Oxburgh, 7

Beeston (W. Yorks., formerly W.R.), 233 n

Befold, Wm., 73

Bek, John, 41

Belhus:
-, Alex. de, 86
-, Ric. de, 86
-, Rob. de, 86

Bell, see Clayton and Bell

bell-founders, see Arnold; Bryant, John; Chamberlayne, Wm.; Chapman, Wm.; Draper; Dobson; Eayre; Eldridge; Gardiner, Thos.; Gillett and Johnston; Gray; Hart; Hodson; Holdfield; Hull; Keene, Ric.; Lenne; Lester; Mears; Newman; Nicholson; Pack; Pleasant; Safford; Taylor, John; Thornton, John; Tonne; Waylett

bell-foundries, see Brinkley; Bury St. Edmunds; Cambridge; Downham; Hertford; London; Loughborough; Norwich; Royston; St. Neots; Sudbury; Thetford

Belvoir (Leics.), 203
-, honor, 203

Bendyshe:
-, John (fl. 1523–40), 236
-, John (fl. 1579, ?another), 45
-, Ric., 236
-, Rob., rector of Castle Camps, 45

Bennet:
-, (formerly Alexander), Bennet, 21– 2, 27
-, Dorothy, m.— Page, 21, 29
-, Dorothy, w. of Thos., 5 n, 21 n
-, Eliz., w. of John, 5, 237
-, Jane, m. Jas. Mitchell, 21
-, John (d. 1631), 5 n
-, John (d. 1663), 5, 11, 237
-, John (d. 1712), 4–5, 9, 11–12, 14, 237
-, John (d. by 1720), 5
-, Judith (d. 1713), 21, 28
-, Judith (d. 1724), 21, 29
-, Levina, m. — Alexander, 21
-, Sir Levinus, 21
-, Mary, m. Jas. Bush, 21
-, Ric. (fl. 1632), 21, 28
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1701), 21
-, Ric. Hen. Alex., 21
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1627), 5 n
-, Thos. (another), 5 n
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1667), 19, 21, 25, 28
-, fam., 5–6, 11, 20–1, 28

Benning, Wm., vicar of Great and Little Abington, 16

Bentley:
-, Geo. (d. 1635), 51
-, Geo. (d. c. 1665), and his w. Mary, 51
-, John (d. 1594), 51
-, John (d. 1597), 51–2
-, John (fl. 1666–84), 51

Beorhtnoth, 106, 129, 183
-, his daus., see Leofflaed, Leofwaru

Berardshay, Wm. of, 53, 118

Berkeley, Wm., marquess of Berkeley, 236 n

Berkshire:
-, archdeacon of, see Knight, Sam.
-, and see Abingdon; Windsor

Bernard, John, vicar of Linton, 101

Bernard, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

Berners:
-, Cath., m. Sir Thos. Fynderne, 184, 206
-, Margery, see Swinburne
-, Nic., 206

Bernham:
-, John (d. by 1307), 115, 119, 121
-, John (d. c. 1331), and his w. Agnes, 115
-, Rog., 115
-, Sir Wal. (fl. 1285), 115
-, Wal. (fl. 1352), 115

Berridge, John, 218

Bertram, Julius, 6

Beteyn:
-, Rob., 11
-, Sim., 64
-, fam., 11, 64

Béthune:
-, Baldwin de, 84
-, Hawise de, see Hawise

Bettenham:
-, Ant., 31–2
-, Eliz., see Baker

Beverech (Beverage):
-, Rob., 193
-, fam., 24

Beverley, Rob., 150

Bigod:
-, Aline, see Basset
-, Maud, see Marshal
-, Rog., earl of Norfolk (d. 1270), 204
-, Rog., earl of Norfolk (d. 1306), 193, 213
-, fam., 199, 204

Bilduck, fam., 11

Billett, Thos., and his w., 229

Binham (Norf.), priory, 180

Binney:
-, H. B., 63, 107, 145
-, Jas., 6, 63, 107, 110, 113, 145, 204
-, R. C. C. J., 107, 145, 204
-, fam., 107, 109

Bird, fam., 121

Bird Bros., 212

Bisset:
-, Alice, see Malet
-, John, 159

Blackborough (Norf.), priory, 108, 110–11
-, prioress, 110

Blades, Jas., 123

Blodwell:
-, Geof., 133
-, John, rector of Balsham, 133
-, Lewis, 45
-, Margery, 33
-, Wm., 129

Blomfield, Sir Arthur, archit., 112

Blount, Chas., Ld. Mountjoy, 243

Blow:
-, Ric., 270
-, Wm., 269–70, 274

Blundell, Eliz., see Byatt

Blunham (Beds.), 229–30

Bode, J. E., rector of Castle Camps, 47

Bohun:
-, Eleanor de, m. Thos. of Woodstock, 251–2
-, Eleanor, w. of Humph. de, see Braose
-, Hen. de, earl of Essex, 251
-, Humph. de (d. 1265), 204
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford (d. 1275), 84
-, Humph. de, earl of Essex and Hereford (d. 1298), 84, 252, 257
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford (d. 1361), 84
-, Humph. de, earl of Essex (d. 1373), 251
-, Mary de, m. Hen., earl of Derby (later Hen. IV), 252
-, Maud de, see Mandeville
-, fam., 251–2

Bokenham:
-, Christine, w. of Sim. (? m. 2 Thos. Mounpellers), 22
-, Maud, see Gerunde
-, Rog., 22
-, Sim., 22

Bolbec, Alice, m. Wal. of Huntercombe, 50

Boldero, Wm., rector of Carlton and Woodford, 156

Boleville:
-, Ela de, see Daneys
-, Nic. de, 61
-, Wm. de, 61, 66

Bolton:
-, John, 8, 16, 19, 67, 69
-, Wm., vicar of Little Abington, 11, 18

Boner, John, prior of Anglesey, rector of Brinkley, 139

Bonyfaunt:
-, Nic., 53
-, Ric., 53
-, Rog., 53

boon-works, see works, villeins'

Bordeaux (France), mayor of, see Swinburne, Sir Thos.

borough-English, 10, 64, 210, 239

Borough Mill (in Sawston), see Sawston, Borough Mill

Bostock, Jas., 252

Bosworth (Leics.), battle of, 71

Botetourt:
-, Joan, m. Sir Reb. Swinburne, 184, 206
-, Joan, w. of Sir John, see Gernon
-, Sir John (d. 1324), 117, 151
-, Sir John, Ld. Botetourt (d. 1385), 117
-, Thos., and his w. Joan, 117

Bottisham, 84, 115, 151, 178
-, man., 116
-, village coll., 140, 147, 169, 176

Bottomley, Chas., sculptor, 168

Boughton, John, vicar of Great and Little Abington, 16

Boulogne, count of, 233; and see Eustace; William

Boulogne (Pas de Calais, France), 72
-, honor of, 5, 199, 204, 232–3, 235–6, 241
-, cts. of, 241

Bourchier:
-, John, earl of Bath, 203
-, Marg., see Kitson

Boure:
-, Eliz. atte, see Horseheath
-, Joan atte, m. Ric. Methwold, 73
-, John atte, 72
-, Marg. atte, m. John Wimbold, 73
-, Rob. atte, 72
-, Thos. atte (fl. 1352–96), 72
-, Thos. atte (d. by 1457), 72–3, 75

Bourn Bridge (in Great Abington, Little Abington, and Pampisford), 3–4, 20, 105

Bourne river, 1, 30, 36–7

Bovetown (in West Wickham), see Wickham, West, Burton End

Bowen:
-, G. W. H., 232, 234, 244, 246 his w., 232, 246
-, Sir Geo., governor of Queensland, 234

Bowers:
-, Chas., 256
-, —, 256

Boxworth:
-, Hen. of (fl. 1220), 207
-, Hen. of (d. c. 1302), 207
-, Hen. of (d. by 1374), 207
-, Wm. of (d. before 1220), 207
-, Wm. of (fl. 1235–58), 207
-, Wm. of (d. by 1346), 207

Boxworth, man., 207

Boys, Wm., 235

Bradley, Great (Suff.), 141
-, rector, see Wilder, W. S. P.

Bradley, Little (Suff.), rector, see Lamprell

Brand:
-, H. B. W., Ld. Dacre, Vct. Hampden, 150
-, (later Trevor), Hen. Otway, Ld. Dacre, 150
-, Hen. Rob., Vct. Hampden, 150
-, J. A., 150
-, Marg., see Nichol
-, (later Trevor), T. C. W., Ld. Dacre, 150
-, Thos. (d. 1770), 150
-, Thos. (d. 1794), 150, 188
-, Thos., Ld. Dacre (d. 1851), 150, 153, 157, 208, 211
-, Thos. Wm., Vct. Hampden, 150, 208
-, fam., 153, 208

Brandon, Chas., duke of Suffolk, 53

Braose:
-, Eleanor de, m. Humph. de Bohun, 204
-, Eve de, see Marshal
-, Wm. de, 204

Braughing, Ric., 53

Bray, John le, 236–8; and see Brito

Breanson, see Bremsham

Breitmeyer, A. N., 32, 34, 41

Bremsham (Breanson):
-, Bart., 73
-, John, 73
-, Wm., 73

Brent Ditch, 3, 10, 105, 109

Bret:
-, Alice le, see Lacy
-, Ralph le, 206
-, Sim. le, 6–8, 14
-, and see Brito

Breton:
-, Edm. le, 137, 143
-, Hen. le, 172
-, Hugh le, 118
-, Joan le, w. of Ric., m. 2 Sir John de Crek, 107, 110
-, John le (fl. 1261–1307), 137, 143
-, John (fl. 1332), 25
-, John (fl. 1683), 166
-, Jordan le, 118–19
-, Ric. le (fl. 1279), 64
-, Ric. le (d. by 1309), 107, 110
-, Thos., 137, 143
-, Wm. le (d. 1261), 137, 143
-, Wm. le (?another), 172
-, Wm., vicar of Dullingham (until 1534), master of St. Kath.'s Coll., Lond., 167
-, —, rector of Kelvedon, vicar of Dullingham (from 1534), 167
-, fam., 164
-, and see Brito

brewing and breweries, 33, 97, 106, 109–10, 247, 270

Brian, Wm., 24

brick-making, 44, 97, 121, 153, 166, 179

Bridge:
-, Eliz. Sarah, m. Edw. Hussey, 52
-, John (d. by 1806), 53.
-, John (d. c. 1864), 53, 55
-, R. O., 53
-, Rob. (d. 1756), 52–3
-, Rob. (d. 1770), 52–3
-, fam., 53

Bridge Little, Thos., 53

Briggs, Edw., 157, 190, 198

Brigham:
-, John of (fl. 1286), 137
-, John of (d. 1358), 193, 195

Brinckmann, J., 105

Brining (unidentified), 30–1

Brinkley, 125, 136–41, 143, 147–8, 153, 161, 179
-, adv., 139
-, agric., 138, 152
-, bell-foundry, 138
-, char., 140–1
-, ch., 136, 139–40, 156
-, cts., 139
-, curates, 139, 168
-, fair, 138
-, farms, 136–9
-, fields, 138, 152
-, glebe, 138–9
-, hearth tax, 278–9, 281
-, inc., 136–9
-, inns, 136
-, man., 136–9, 148–9, 151
-, man.-ho., 136–7
-, mkt., 138
-, mill, 138, 154
-, nonconf., 140
-, Norney (Nawney), 136–7, 148–9, 153
-, pk., 137.
-, poor-relief, 139
-, pop., 136
-, rectors, 138–40, 146, 155–6; and see Sendall
-, rectory, 139–40
-, ho., 136, 139
-, roads, 136
-, sch., 136, 140, 147, 157
-, streams, 136
-, tithes, 138–9, 155, 180, 188
-, vicarage, 139
-, village green, 136
-, woodland, 136, 138

Britain, Battle of, 202

British Aeronautical Society, 192

British Game Fair, 170

British Home Stores, 257

British Welding Research Assoc., 6, 13

Brito:
-, Ralph (fl. 1086), 107
-, Ralph (d. by 1194), 233
-, Rob., 236
-, Thos., 233 his dau., m. Rob. Hovel, 233
-, Wm. (fl. 1222), 233
-, Wm. (fl. 1242, another), 236

Brittany, John of, earl of Richmond, 27

Brittany, ctss. of, see Constance

Brittany (France), 80
-, (or Richmond), honor of, see Richmond

Britton, John, 170

Brocklebank:
-, C. G., 32, 34
-, Revd. C. H., 32–4, 41

Brok:
-, Sir Hugh de, 107–8, 110
-, Isabel de, w. of Hugh, 107

Bromley:
-, Hen., Ld. Montfort, M.P. for Cambs., 72, 118
-, John (d. 1707), M.P. for Cambs., 71–2, 115
-, John (d. 1718), M.P. for Cambs., 72
-, Thos., Ld. Montfort, 54, 72, 76, 85, 115, 120, 122, 207
-, fam., 75–6

Bromstead, Wm., vicar of Sawston, 259

Brooke:
-, Susanna, see Hanchett
-, Zachary (d. 1788), vicar of Ickleton, Lady Margaret professor of divinity, 236, 243
-, Zachary (fl. 1793–1802), vicar of Ickleton, 243
-, fam., 236

Brookhampton (in Ickleton), see Ickleton, Brookhampton

Brown (Browne):
-, Audrey, see Vere
-, Cath., see Shaa
-, Geo., 40
-, Jane, w. of Thos., m. 2 Hen. Mildmay, 205
-, Joan, see Joan
-, John (fl. 1538), 40
-, John (fl. 1599), 205
-, Lucy, m. Sir John Cutt, 142
-, Peter, vicar of West Wratting, 197
-, Ric., 185
-, Rog., 150
-, Thos. (d. 1567), 205
-, Thos. (fl. 1748), 224
-, Thos. (fl. before 1760, another), 218
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1514), 1d. mayor of London, 205
-, Wm. (d. 1549), 205
-, fam., 130 of Weston Colville, 185

Bruisyard (Suff.), abbey, 21–2 abbess of, 28

Bruton (Som.), priory, 139

Bruyne, see de Bruyne

Bryant:
-, Edw., 42
-, (or Grant), John (d. 1531), 55, 58
-, John (d. 1605), 42, 55
-, John (fl. 1784), bell-founder, 169
-, Wm., 130
-, fam., 55

Buck (Bucke):
-, Geo., 180
-, Jas., 243

Buckingham, earl of, see Woodstock

Buckinghamshire:
-, Eton College, headmasters of, see Grey, Nic.; Machye
-, Ravenstone, q.v.

Buckler, C. A., archit., 68

Buckworth, Thos., 214

Bull, Nic., vicar of Ickleton and Saffron Walden, 243–5

Bullard:
-, F., 34
-, H., 34

Bullen:
-, Eliz., see Hall
-, John, rector of Bartlow, 34, 36

Bullit, Chris., 133

Bullock:
-, Charlotte, see Hall
-, Wm. Hen., see Hall

Bunting:
-, John (d. 1368), and his w. Agnes, 185
-, John (d. after 1410), 185

Burden, Sim., 162

Burgh:
-, Alice de, 143
-, Cath de, 145–6
-, Christine de, see FitzWalter
-, Eliz. de, m. Sir John Ingoldisthorpe, 142, 147
-, Eliz. de, w. of John, 214, 217
-, Hawise de, w. of John, see Lanvaley
-, Hubert de, 7, 177
-, John de (d. 1274), 7, 14, 177
-, John de (d. 1280), 7
-, his daus., 7
-, John de (d. 1329), 142, 177
-, John de (d. 1393), 142
-, Phil. de (d. 1235), 142
-, Phil. de (d. 1285), 142
-, Randal de, 143
-, Raymond de, 177
-, Thos. de (d. 1199), 142
-, Thos. de (d. 1234), 142
-, Sir Thos. de (d. 1284), 142
-, Thos. de (d. 1322), M.P. for Cambs., 142
-, Thos. de (d. 1334), 142
-, Thos. de (d. 1411), 142
-, fam., 7, 217 of Burrough Green, 142, 147

Burgh Mill (in Sawston), see Sawston, Borough Mill

Burgoyne:
-, John (d. 1786), 63
-, John (d. 1814), 63, 65
-, John (d. 1827), 63, 65
-, Mary, m. Wm. Stutfield, 63
-, Thos., rector of Hildersham and Sandy, 67–8
-, Wm. (d. 1523), Master of Peterhouse, rector of Hildersham, 67
-, Wm. (d. 1793), 63, 65

Burre:
-, Samson, 50–1
-, Wal., 50–1, 54–5
-, Wm., 50

Burridge, E. V., rector of Westley Waterless, 181

Burro (fl. 1066), 107

Burrough Green, 125, 138, 140, 141– 7, 157, 177, 250
-, adv., 145
-, agric., 144–5
-, alms-ho., 147
-, Burrough End, 141, 145, 147, 177
-, chant., 137, 143, 145–6
-, chaplains, 145–7
-, char., 147
-, ch., 141, 145–7
-, cts., 145
-, curates, 146
-, dom. archit., 141
-, fair, 145
-, farms, 141, 143–5
-, fields, 144
-, glebe, 144–5
-, guild, 146
-, hearth tax, 277–9, 281
-, inc., 144, 179
-, inns, 141
-, man., 141–5, 157, 164, 178
-, man.-ho., 81, 141–3
-, mills, 145
-, nonconf., 147
-, Padloe End, 141
-, pk., 142, 144
-, poor-relief, 145
-, pop., 141
-, rectors, 144–6, 155, 157; and see Bateman, John; Cage, Ant.; Clerk, Jas.; Knight, Sam.; Watson, Thos.
-, rectory, 140, 145–6
-, ho., 141, 145
-, roads, 141
-, sch., 140–1, 143–4, 147, 181
-, streams, 141
-, tithes, 143, 145, 180
-, town land, 144
-, village green, 141, 144
-, woodland, 141, 143–4

Burrows, fam., 131

Burton, Rob., vicar of Ickleton, 243

Burton End (in West Wickham), see Wickham, West, Burton End

Bury:
-, John (fl. 1418–48), 115
-, John (d. after 1468), 115

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), 162, 174
-, bell-foundry, 156, 176

Bush:
-, Jas., 21, 29
-, Levinus, 21, 29
-, Mary, see Bennet
-, Sarah (? w. of Levinus), 29

Bushy, Sir John, 139

Busteler:
-, Rob. le (d. c. 1266), 61
-, Sir Rob. le (d. 1366), 8, 61–2, 65, 67, 84, 207
-, Wm. le (d. c. 1250), 61
-, Sir Wm. le (d. c. 1334), 8, 61–2, 67–8, 84, 207
-, his w., 68
-, Wm. le (fl. 1332), rector of Hildersham, 67–8
-, fam., 8, 67, 83, 214

Butler:
-, Eliz., see Huddleston
-, Sir John, 28
-, Maud, see Wissant
-, Rob., 8
-, Sir Thos., 31

Butt, Sarah Jane, 105

Buttell, Thos., silversmith, 69

Butterfield, Wm., archit., 134

Byatt:
-, Eliz., m. 1— Balam, 2 — Blundell, 258
-, John, 250, 252, 258
-, fam., 250, 252

Byrd:
-, Jane, w. of Sir Wm., m. 2 Sir Wm. Acton, 237
-, Sir Wm., 237

Bytham, Castle (Lincs.), 183, 203

C.

Cadogan, Geo., earl Cadogan, 20

Cage:
-, Anne, m. Hen. Slingsby, 142
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1583), 142–3
-, Ant. (d. 1603), 142
-, Ant. (d. 1630), rector of Burrough Green, 147
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1667), 142
-, Sir John (d. 1628), sheriff of Cambs., 142–4
-, John (fl. 1667), 142
-, Thos., 178
-, Wm., 142
-, fam., 146

Caiaphas, Adam, 96

Caius College, Camb., see Gonville and Caius

Caldbeck, John, 130

Calder (Cumb.), abbey, 241
-, abbot, 233
-, estates, 233, 238

Caley, Thos., 185

Calton:
-, Hen., 110
-, Paul, 252
-, Susan, 252

Calvert:
-, Felix, 267
-, Peter (d. 1772), 267
-, Peter (d. 1788), 267

Cam or Granta river, 1, 3–4, 19, 30, 59–60, 80–2, 105, 109, 199, 201, 220–1, 230–1, 239, 246, 263

Camberwell (Greater London, formerly Surr.), 180

Cambridge:
-, Geo., marquess of Cambridge, 9
-, Thos. of, 179

Cambridge, 28, 34, 58, 79, 96, 111, 168, 174, 226, 243, 248, 251, 259, 273, 275
-, Addenbrooke's Hosp., 276
-, Austin friars, prior of, see Grant, Wm.
-, bailiffs of, 270
-, bell-foundry, 79, 123, 176
-, burgesses of, 117, 202, 268
-, castle, 251
-, commuters to, 13, 66, 77, 109, 126, 187, 200, 212, 226, 241
-, nonconf., 46, 101, 216, 244–5, 274
-, persons from, 6, 9, 62, 73, 108, 122, 270
-, road to from Elmdon, 230
-, from Essex, 136
-, from Haverhill, 1, 70, 83
-, from Newmarket, 171
-, from Saffron Walden, 220–1, 246
-, St. Andrew's, vicar of, see Wadye
-, St. John's hospital, 24
-, St. Radegund's priory, 8, 10
-, estates, 185, 194

Cambridge Chemical Co., 212

Cambridge Manure Co., 212

Cambridge University, 28, 130, 214, 216, 243, 259
-, chancellor, see Haslingfield
-, colleges, see Christ's; Clare; Corpus Christi; Downing; Emmanuel; God's House; Gonville and Caius; Jesus; King's; Magdalene; Pembroke; Peterhouse; Queens'; St. Catharine's; St. John's; Trinity
-, Fitzwilliam Museum, 270
-, librarian, see Whisson
-, Plumian chair of astronomy, 130 estates, 131
-, professors of, see Brooke, Zachary; Green, John; Hailstone; Lloyd, Hen.; Sidgwick
-, vice-chancellor, see Green, John

Cambridgeshire:
-, East Cambridgeshire, 139, 145, 167, 174, 179
-, South Cambridgeshire, 14, 27, 33, 45, 56, 67, 77, 99, 110, 121, 132, 154, 188, 197, 213, 227, 242, 258, 271
-, R.D., 14, 27, 33, 45, 56, 67, 77, 99, 110, 121, 132, 154, 188, 197, 213, 227, 242, 258, 271 Council, 266
-, M.P.s, see Bromley, Hen.; Bromley, John; Burgh, Thos. de; Crek, John de; Jeaffreson, Chris.
-, sheriffs of, 5, 13, 22, 241; and see Cage, Sir John; Crek, John de; Godfrey, John; Huddleston, Sir John; Limbury, Sir John; Marsh, Thos.; Picot; Scalers, John de

Cambridgeshire Agricultural Society, 33

Cambridgeshire Cottage Improvement Soc., 4

Cambridgeshire county council, 18– 19, 266, 268, 270

Cambridgeshire County Union and Home Missionary Soc., 134, 198

Camoys:
-, Asceline de, see Torpel
-, John de, 107, 221, 225 n, 226
-, Ralph de (d. 1259), 221
-, Ralph de (d. 1277), 221, 225

Campe, see Alfric Campe

Campion:
-, Wm. (d. 1615), 180
-, Wm. (d. 1640), 180
-, Wm. (fl. 1701), 180

Camps:
-, Geof. of, sr., 50
-, Geof. of, jr., 50
-, Gillian of, m. Wm. of Knapwell, 50–1, 57
-, Margery of, 50
-, Moses of, 51
-, Wm. of, 50
-, fam., 51

Camps, 1, 36, 50 n
-, deanery of, 132, 245

Camps, Castle, 1, 30–1, 36–48, 38, 49, 50 n, 53, 224
-, adv., 45
-, agric., 37, 42–4
-, alms-ho., 48
-, assarting, 37, 42
-, Camps End, 37, 39
-, Camps Green, 37, 39, 47–8
-, castle, 36–7, 39–40, 42–3, 46, 256
-, chaplain, 46
-, char., 48
-, ch., 35, 45–7
-, cts., 45, 56
-, curates, 46
-, dom. archit., 39
-, farms, 37, 39–44
-, fields, 42–4
-, glebe, 42, 44, 46
-, guild, 46
-, hearth tax, 278–80
-, inc., 33, 37, 44, 55
-, ind., 44
-, inns, 39
-, man., 1, 37, 39–42, 50, 53, 55, 71
-, man.-ho., 39–41
-, mills, 44–5
-, nonconf., 47–8
-, Olmstead (hamlet), 1, 36–7, 40, 42–5, 48, 53
-, man., 37, 41–2
-, tithes, 36
-, pk., 36–7, 40–3
-, poor-relief, 45
-, pop., 37
-, rectors, 44, 45–8, 57–8, 78
-, rectory, 45–6, 78
-, ho., 46
-, roads, 37, 39
-, sch., 48, 59
-, streams, 36
-, tithes, 43, 45–6
-, Westoe, 35, 37, 40–4, 77
-, woodland, 36–7

Camps, Great, see Camps, Castle

Camps, Little, see Camps, Shudy

Camps, Shudy, 1, 30–1, 36–7, 40, 42, 44–6, 48, 49–59, 73–4, 76–8, 224
-, adv., 50 n, 57
-, agric., 54–5
-, alms-ho., 59
-, assarting, 54–5
-, chapel, 57
-, char., 59
-, ch., 49, 51, 56–9
-, cts., 56
-, curates, 57–8
-, dom. archit., 50
-, farms, 49–50, 53, 55–6
-, fields, 54–5
-, glebe, 51, 57
-, guild, 57
-, hearth tax, 278–80
-, inc., 33, 44, 55–6, 59
-, inns, 50
-, man., 32, 50–4, 74
-, man.-ho., 51–2
-, mills, 56
-, nonconf., 59
-, Northo (hamlet), 49, 52, 54
-, Nosterfield (hamlet), 1, 45, 49–50, 52–4, 56–7
-, par. officers, 56
-, pk., 49–51, 55
-, poor-relief, 56
-, pop., 49
-, rectory, 55, 57, 77
-, roads, 49–50
-, Rom. rem., 50
-, sch., 59
-, tithes, 45, 56–7
-, vicarage, 35, 45, 57–8
-, ho., 57
-, vicars, 57, 59, 77–8; and see Thornton, F. F. S. M.; Wignold
-, woodland, 49, 55

Camtiles Ltd., 257

Camville:
-, Gerard de, 61, 67
-, Idony de, m. Wm. Longspee, 61
-, Maud de, m. Wm. de Ros, 61–2, 67
-, Ric. de (d. 1176), 61
-, Ric. de (d. c. 1217), 61

Candlesby, Rob., rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 216

Cane (later James), Jas., see James

Cannon, Jos., 159

Canterbury, abps. of, 102, 258; and see Pole, Reginald; Ralph; Stigand; Tenison; Walter, Hubert

Capeles:
-, Aubrey de, 71
-, Thos. de, 50
-, Wal. de, 71
-, fam., 50

Capon, Wm., master of Jesus Coll., rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 216

'Captain Swing' riots, 131

Carbonel (Carbonell):
-, Peter, 73
-, Sir Rob., 21
-, Thos., 73

Carby, Jos., 255

Carewe:
-, Eleanor, see Hoo
-, Jas., 236
-, Marg., m. Wm. Morris, 236
-, Ric., 236, 238, 243

Carleton, see Carlton

Carlisle, earl of, see Howard

Carlton (Carleton):
-, Geo., 214
-, Ric., 103

Carlton cum Willingham, 136–7, 140, 148–57
-, adv., 154–5
-, agric., 152–3
-, alms-ho., 156
-, assarting, 148, 152
-, bridge, 149
-, Carlton, 125, 129–30, 148–9, 182, 185–6
-, chaplains, 155
-, char., 157
-, ch. (Carlton), 148, 151, 154–5
-, ch. (Willingham), 149, 155–6
-, cts., 154
-, curates, 155–6
-, farms, 148–54
-, fields, 152–3
-, glebe, 153, 155
-, hearth tax, 278–9, 281
-, inc., 148, 152–3, 155
-, inns, 149
-, man., 137–8, 148–51, 154–5, 186–8, 208
-, man.-ho., 150–1
-, mills, 153–4
-, nonconf., 140, 156–7
-, Norney (Nawney), see Brinkley, Norney
-, poor-relief, 154
-, pop., 148
-, rectors, 140, 153–7
-, rectory (Carlton), 148, 154–5
-, ho., 149, 155
-, rectory (Willingham), 155
-, roads, 149, 154
-, sch., 157
-, streams, 148
-, tithes, 139, 148, 155, 188
-, village greens, 152, 156
-, Willingham, 125, 148–9, 151, 272
-, woodland, 148, 152–3

Carmbrooke, Thos., vicar of Linton, 100–1

Carnarvon, earl of, see Herbert

carrying services, see works, villeins'

Carter:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Hall, 184
-, H. J., vicar of St. John's and rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 217
-, John (fl. 1659), 85
-, John (d. 1723), 184
-, John (d. 1759), 184
-, (later Pollard), John (d. 1806), 184, 187–8
-, Rebecca, 44, 53, 55
-, Thos. (d. 1697), rector of Debden, 36
-, Thos. (fl. 1748), 40
-, Thos. (fl. 1774), sculptor, 58
-, Wm. (fl. 1840), 44
-, Wm. (fl. 1879, another), 44
-, fam., of Weston Colville, 184

Carver, J. W., and his w., 42

Cassel, Sir Ernest, 144, 178, 184

Castle Acre, see Acre

Castle Bytham, see Bytham

Castle Hedingham, see Hedingham

castle-ward, 10

Catherall, Thos., vicar of Dullingham, minister at Newmarket, 168

Catherine (of Valois), queen of Henry V, 252

Catherwood, Sir Fred., 133

Cathodeon Crystals Ltd., 97

cattle, 2, 26, 43, 55, 65, 76, 92–4, 120, 152, 186–7, 202, 210, 226, 230, 240, 253–5

Cautley, Thos., vicar of Sawston, sequestrator of Pampisford, 111, 259

Cavendish:
-, Eliz., see Parys
-, Sir Wm., 62

Caxton, 161, 207
-, man., 129, 192

Chalk, Thos., 41, 44

Challis:
-, Ric., 120
-, fam., 55

Chamber, Thos., vicar of Great Abington, 16

Chamberlain (Chamberlayne):
-, Geo., rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 216
-, Jas., 222
-, John (fl. 1425), and his w. Agnes, 185
-, John (fl. 1608), 222
-, Sir Rob., 41
-, Wal., 222
-, Wm., bell-founder, 35

chantries, see Babraham; Balsham; Burrough Green; Chesterford, Great; Hildersham; Ickleton; Linton; Pampisford; Whittlesford

Chapman:
-, Alan (d. 1553), 21, 23–4
-, Alan (fl. 1572), 21, 23
-, John, 8, 13, 21, 23–4
-, Marg., w. of Alan, 21
-, Rob., 8
-, Thos., 21
-, Wm., bell-founder, 134, 244

Charles I, 250

Charlton, F. L., 118

Charterhouse, see London, Charterhouse

Chatburn, Geo., vicar of St. John's and rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 216

Chatham, earl of, see Pitt

Chaworth, Thos., 28

Chelmsford, diocese of, 35

chemical works, 212

Cheshire, Mrs., see Ryder

Cheshire, 34, 85

Chesterford, Great (Essex), 20, 81, 204, 216, 230, 232, 241, 243
-, chant., 269, 272
-, ch., 228–30
-, man., 213
-, mill, 226, 241
-, vicar, 243

Chesterton, 156
-, sluice, 22

chevage, 132, 268

Cheveley, 169
-, rectory ho., 72

Cheveley hundred, 125

Cheyne (Cheyney):
-, Adam le, 267–8
-, Eliz., see Alington
-, John le, 267
-, Steph. le, 267
-, Wm. le (fl. 1250), 267
-, Wm. (fl. 1485), 71

Chicheley, Thos., 152

Chichester (Sussex), canon of, see Ballowe, Thos.

Child, Alice le, 251, 255

Childerley, 142, 178

Chilford hundred, 1–2, 2, 19–20, 70, 125, 199, 240, 277–81
-, cts., 82

Chippenham, 172

Chishill:
-, John of (fl. 1299–1331), 31
-, John of (fl. 1349, another), 31
-, Wm. of, 31–3

Cholmeley:
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1522), 51, 53
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1546), 51, 53
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1538), 51
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1565), 51 n

Cholmondeley:
-, Ruth, Lady Delamere, see Ashley
-, T. P. H., Ld. Delamere, 184

Chrishall (Essex), 201, 208, 219, 230
-, rectory, 208, 210

Chrishall Grange, see Fowlmere, Chrishall Grange

Christian:
-, Ewan, archit., 218
-, Rob., 8, 10

Christine, dau. of Aucher, m. John Cloville, 106

Christ's College, Camb.:
-, estates, 143
-, fellows of, 16
-, and see God's House

Church, Edm., 23

Church Commissioners, 227

church houses, see Abington, Great and Little

church institutes, see village and church institutes

CIBA Agrochemicals Ltd., 271

CIBA (A.R.L.) Ltd., 212–13

Cifrewast:
-, Cath., w. of Sir John, 24
-, Eliz., w. of Ric., m. 2 Thos. of Pampisford, 24
-, Sir John (d. 1394), 24
-, John (d. 1441), 24
-, Ric. (d. before 1274), 24
-, Ric. (d. 1330), 24
-, Rog., 24
-, Sibyl, m. Thos. Danvers, 24

Cildeford (in Linton), see Linton, Cildeford

Clare:
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester, 74
-, Marg. de, m. Hugh Audley, 74
-, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester, 213
-, fam., 74, 217

Clare College, Camb., 214–17, 219–20
-, Blythe's benefaction, 214
-, estates, 8, 12, 16, 19, 24, 163–4, 166, 206, 234–6, 239–40
-, fellows of, 16, 19; and see Archer, Wm.
-, master of, 206; and see Natures, Edm.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk):
-, Eliz., see Hardy
-, Sir Francis, 88
-, J., 180
-, Jas., rector of Burrough Green, 143
-, John (fl. 1790), 252
-, John (fl. 1811–52), vicar of St. John's, Duxford, 215–17
-, Thos., rector of Carlton, 154–6
-, Thos. (?another), 154
-, Wm., 252

Clarkson:
-, Rob., vicar of Whittlesford, fellow of Jesus Coll., 273
-, Miss, 230

Claydon:
-, Gilb., 137–8, 143, 153
-, Martha, see Amy
-, fam., 153

Clayton, W. J., vicar of Ickleton, 244–5

Clayton and Bell, 69

clerk, Sim. the, see Simon

Clerk, see Clark

Cliffe (Dors.), 142

Clifton:
-, Joan, see Thorp
-, Sir John, 266

Clinton:
-, Joan, see Limbury
-, Sir John, 74, 235
-, and see Pelham-Clinton

Clipston:
-, Isabel, see Clopton
-, Wm., 31–2, 86

Clopton:
-, Avice, w. of Wm., 31
-, Isabel, m. 1 John Kingston, 2 Wm. Clipston, 31
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1347), 31, 84
-, Wm. (d. by 1374, another), 31
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1378), 222
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1382), 222

cloth, manufacture of, 231, 241

clothing, manufacture of, 44, 53, 56, 76, 212, 226

Cloville:
-, Cath., w. of Wm., 106–7
-, Christine, see Christine
-, Eustace, 106
-, Francis, 106
-, Hen. (d. 1453), 106
-, Hen. (d. 1514), 106
-, John (fl. 1353), 106
-, John (d. 1489), 106
-, Wal., 106
-, Wm. (fl. 1374), 106
-, Wm. (fl. 1412), 106
-, Wm. (d. 1526), and his w. Mary, 106
-, fam., 111

Cluny (Saône-et-Loire, France), abbot of, 149

Cnut, King, 33

coal clubs, 21, 31, 70, 191, 276

coal, distribution of, 29, 48, 66, 69, 105, 132, 135, 197–8, 230, 246, 262

coal mining, 97

Cobbe, fam., 186

Cockerton, Gilb., 255
-, his s., 255

Cockington, Sir Hen., 160

Coggeshall:
-, Ralph of (fl. 1288), 252
-, Ralph of (fl. 1346, ? another), 23

Colbatch, Thos., vicar of Great and Little Abington, 16

Colchester (Essex), 226
-, abbey, 23
-, archdeacon, official of, see Wentworth
-, siege of, 84

Cole:
-, Frances, 129
-, Wm. (antiquary), 4, 21, 25, 104, 224

Coleman, fam., 54

Collier:
-, W. M., 48
-, fam., 43

Colne, Earl's (Essex), priory, 45, 118, 122, 226, 232
-, estates, 222, 233

Colston:
-, Anne, see Parys
-, Sir Jos., 62, 85, 207
-, fam., 89

Colville:
-, Alice de, m. John Gernon, 184
-, Beatrice de, w. of Rog., 183
-, Beatrice de, w. of Wm., see Stutville
-, Edm. de, Ld. Colville (d. 1316), 184, 190 n, 203
-, Eliz. de, 184
-, Marg. de, see Ufford
-, Maud de, see Albini
-, Rob. de (d. 1368), 184
-, Rob. de (d. 1369), 184
-, Rog. de (d. c. 1252), 183, 188, 203
-, Rog. de, Ld. Colville (d. 1288), 184–5, 203
-, Wal. de (d. 1277), 183–4
-, Wal. de (d. 1367), 184
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1179), 203
-, Wm. de (d. 1230), 183, 185–6, 188, 203, 208, 212, 215
-, fam., 184, 190, 203

common, rights of, 55, 64–5, 69, 80, 91–2, 94, 109, 119–20, 144, 152, 163–4, 186, 192, 210–11, 226, 239, 253–5, 269
-, allotments for, 66, 69, 95, 120, 164, 211, 226, 240, 255, 258, 276
-, regulation of, 10–11, 43, 65, 92, 109, 138, 152, 154, 179, 210– 11, 254, 269, 271
-, and see intercommoning; sheepfold

Compton:
-, Sir Hen., 180
-, Jas., earl of Northampton, 5
-, Mary, w. of Spencer, 5
-, Spencer, earl of Northampton, 5
-, Wm., Ld. Compton, later earl of Northampton, 5

Comyn:
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Talbot, 235
-, Joan, see Valence

Conan, Count, ld. of Richmond, 84

Congregationalists, 18, 29, 134, 169, 176, 198, 218, 229, 245, 256, 261

Congregational Union, 103

Constance, ctss. of Brittany, 84

Constantinople, 223, 235

Conway, John, vicar of Hinxton, 228

Cony:
-, Anne, see Barrington
-, Sutton John, 223

Coo:
-, Eleanor, w. of John, 175
-, John, 172–3, 175

Cook, Thos., rector of Weston Colville and Semer, 189

Cooper:
-, Allen, rector of Carlton and Warboys, 156
-, Rob., 190

Copley:
-, Anne, see Hoo
-, Lionel, 236
-, Rog., 236
-, Wm. (d. 1490), 236
-, Wm. (fl. 1540), and his w., 236

coprolites, 212

Corby:
-, John, 252
-, Rob. (d. 1365), 193
-, Rob. (fl. 1369), 193
-, Steph., 252, 258 n his daus., 252

Cornish, T., 72

Corpus Christi College, Camb., 214, 216–17
-, masters of, see Green, John; Love, Ric.

Corvo, see Rolfe, Fred. Wm.

Cotesbrook, Wm., rector of Brinkley, 139

Cottenham, John of, 23

Cotton:
-, Alex., 63
-, Maria, 32

Coule, Mic., vicar of Ickleton, 243

Court, Alice, see Vere

court, suit of, 1, 14, 27, 45, 143, 145, 174, 195–6, 213, 233, 241, 271 withdrawn, 154, 199, 213, 241, 271

Cove, Adam, 107

Cowell, H. J., 6

Cowlinge (Suff.), vicar of, see Banks, S. H.

Cowper, Wm., 25

Crabb, Thos., and his w. Eliz., 87

Crampton, John, 248, 255–7

Crawley, Thos., 236

Creek, Mrs., 270

Crek:
-, Alyne de, w. of Sir John, 181
-, Geof. de, 52
-, Joan de, m. Edm. Vauncey, 178
-, Joan de, w. of Sir John, see Breton
-, Sir John de (fl. 1316), 107, 110
-, John de (d. c. 1325), M.P. and sheriff of Cambs., 177–9, 181
-, John de (fl. 1346–53), 149, 154, 178, 181
-, Maud de, see Say
-, Wal. de (fl. c. 1250), 177
-, Sir Wal. de (fl. 1346), 149, 154
-, Wm. de, 178

cricket, 4–5, 83, 259

Criketot:
-, Heinfrid de, 150
-, Joan de (? m. Rog. Barbedor), 150
-, Wm. de (d. 1235), 150, 155
-, Wm. de (d. 1269), 23, 129, 150
-, Wm. de (d. 1299), 23, 150
-, Wm. de (d. 1310), 150
-, Wm. de (d. 1343), 150
-, Wm. de (d. 1354), 150
-, Wm. de (d. 1368), 150
-, fam., 129–30

Crofton Engineering Works, 97

Cromwell:
-, Anne, see Palavicino
-, Sir Oliver, 24
-, Sir Ric., see Williams
-, Thos., earl of Essex, 87, 149
-, Mr., 25
-, fam., 24

Crop, Ric., and his w. Mary, 40, 204

crops:
-, less common:
-, bullymong, 186
-, carrots, 94, 99
-, cinquefoil, 94, 131, 195, 269
-, clover, 11, 32, 65, 94, 131, 164, 166, 240
-, coleseed, 65, 94, 195
-, dredge, 10, 195, 209, 253, 268
-, flax, 26
-, lentils, 11, 210, 238, 254
-, lettuces, 13
-, maslin, 186, 195, 209–10, 253
-, mustard, 195
-, peas, green, 94, 99
-, rape, 33, 55, 225
-, ryegrass, 94
-, saffron, 2, 10–11, 25, 55, 65, 75, 92, 99, 108, 119, 131, 186, 200, 210, 225, 227, 238–9, 254, 258, 269
-, sainfoin, 11–12, 33, 43, 65, 76, 164, 195, 210, 225, 254
-, sugar-beet, 26, 33, 44, 95, 121, 166, 226, 240
-, tomatoes, 13
-, trefoil, 32, 94, 131, 164
-, vetches, 11, 131, 138, 179, 238, 240, 253
-, vines, 179, 181
-, rotation of, and number of fields, 2, 10, 25–6, 32, 37, 42–3, 55, 64–5, 75–6, 91–2, 94, 108, 119, 131, 138, 144, 148, 152–3, 158, 163–4, 166, 173, 178–9, 182, 186–7, 195, 199, 201, 210, 225–6, 230, 238–40, 246, 253, 263, 269

Croydon, Hugh of, 143

Croydon (Surr.), 107

Croyser:
-, Alice, m. Sir Hen. Norbury, 205
-, Eliz., see Abernon
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1388), 205
-, Wm. (d. 1415), 205

Crudd:
-, Anne, m. — Hanchett, 236
-, Dan., 236
-, Joan, m. — Hanchett, 236
-, John (fl. 1524), 239
-, John (fl. 1547), 236
-, John (?d. 1607, another), 236
-, John (fl. 1604, ?another), 236
-, John (d. c. 1652), 236
-, Mic., vicar of Pampisford, 111
-, Ric., 239
-, Thos., 236
-, fam., 236, 239

Crump, C. E., vicar of Sawston, 259

Cumberland, see Calder; Denton; Egremont; Millom

Cunningham-Reid:
-, A. S., 184
-, Ruth Mary Clarisse, see Ashley

Curtis, John, 99

Curzon:
-, Sir Nat. (d. 1758), 188
-, Nat., Ld. Scarsdale (fl. 1836), 139

customs and services, see castle-ward; chevage; court, suit of; gersums; heriots; leirwite; tallage; winesilver; witepund; works

Cutt:
-, Ant., 145
-, Sir John (d. 1521), 142
-, John (d. 1528), 142
-, John (fl. 1574), 142
-, Sir John (fl. 1601, ?another), 207, 214
-, Lucy, see Brown
-, Ric., 145

Cyprian, Hen., 272–3

D.

d'Abernon, see Abernon

d'Abo:
-, R. E. N., 192
-, fam., 183–4, 192, 194

Dacre, lds., see Brand; Lennard

Dacre of the South, barony of, 150, 184

dairying, 26, 33, 94, 109, 144, 174, 194, 196, 226, 240, 253

Dairy Shorthorn Society, 33

Dal (Dale):
-, Wm. de, 251
-, Mr., 261

Dalton:
-, Frances, w. of Mic., 198
-, Geo., 63
-, John, 63
-, Mic. (d. 1648), 9, 15, 193–4, 198
-, Mic. (d. by 1656), 9
-, Mic. (d. 1647 × 1661, another), 9, 193
-, Oliver, 9, 18
-, Ric., 9
-, Susan, see Tyrell
-, Thos. (d. 1602), 9, 63, 69, 193 his w., 69
-, Thos. (d. by 1619), 9
-, Thos. (d. 1639), 9
-, Thos. (fl. 1649), 63
-, Thos. (d. 1672), canon of Durham, 181
-, Tyrell (d. 1682), 9, 193
-, Tyrell (d. 1730), 9, 193
-, fam., 14

Daneys:
-, Brice le, 61
-, Ela le, m. Wm. de Boleville, 61, 66
-, Joan le, 61
-, John le, and his w. Philippa, 61
-, Maud le, m. Rob. Grimbald, 61
-, fam., 61

Daniel:
-, Edwin, vicar of Sawston, 259, 261 his dau., 247
-, Edwin Swann, vicar of Sawston, 247, 259, 261

Danvers:
-, Sibyl, see Cifrewast
-, Thos., 24

Darcy, Sir Thos., 57

Darnton, Humph., 26

Davey (Davy):
-, Rob., vicar of Ickleton, 243
-, Wm., 103

Davies, R. J., rector of Westley Waterless and Weston Colville. 189

Davy, see Davey

Dawson, Mat., 174

Dawtrey:
-, Jas., 193
-, Lionel, 193

Day, D. P., 97

Dayrell:
-, Barbara, w. of—, m. 2 Sir Edw. Hinde, 224
-, Brownlow, 51, 58
-, Chas. Lionel, 32, 51
-, Eliz., w. of Francis, 58
-, Sir Francis (d. 1675), 40, 51
-, Francis (d. 1760), 32, 51, 58
-, Francis (d. 1845), 51
-, Sir Marmaduke (d. 1730), 51, 58
-, Marmaduke (d. 1790), 51, 54, 58
-, Marmaduke (d. 1821), 51–2, 224
-, Marmaduke Francis, 51
-, Ric, 51
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1669), 40, 224
-, Thos. (d. 1866), 32–3, 51, 56
-, Mrs., 58
-, fam., 32, 40, 44, 47, 49, 51–3, 55–6, 224, 228

deacon, Thos. the, see Thomas

Deane:
-, Sir Jas., alderman of London, 222
-, Ric., 222

Debden (Essex), 36
-, rector of, see Carter, Thos.

de Bruyne, N. R. A., 212–13

Deddam:
-, Emma, see Pirot
-, Rob., 249–50

de Freville (formerly Green), fam., 223, 227
-, and see Green

Delamere:
-, Ld., see Cholmondeley
-, Lady, see Ashley

de la Rue, Sir Ernest, 159

demesnes, leasing of, 3, 10, 41–3, 86–7, 91, 93, 117, 119–20, 130–1, 149, 152–3, 163–4, 173, 179, 186, 195, 210–11, 237–9, 268

Denny:
-, Amy, see Furneaux
-, Sir Rob., 86

Denton:
-, Mary, w. of Wm., 23
-, Thos. (fl. 1536), 23
-, Thos. (fl. 1549, another), 23
-, Wm., 22–3

Denton (Cumb.), 23

Depenham:
-, John, 24
-, Thos., 24

De Ramsey, Ailwyn Edw. Fellowes, Ld. De Ramsey, ld. lieut. of Hunts., 32

Dereham, West (Norf.), abbey, estates, 233, 235, 238

Dernford Mill (in Sawston), see Sawston, Dernford Mill

Despenser:
-, Aline le, see Basset
-, Hugh le (d. before 1271), 193
-, Hugh le, earl of Winchester (d. 1326), 131, 193

Devana, Via, see Wool Street

Devereux, Maud, 267

Devil's Dyke (or Ditch), 125, 171

Devizes (Wilts.), castle, keeper of, see Sandford, Thos. of

Devon, 112, 205 n; and see Sampford Peverel

Disbrowe:
-, John, 52
-, Jos., 52

Ditton, Fen, 266
-, rector of, see Smith, John

Dive:
-, Alice de, m. Ric. de Mucegros, 222
-, Alice de, w. of Ralph, see Mucegros
-, Asceline de, m. Sim. de Mucegros, 222
-, Maud de, m. Saher St. Andrew, 222
-, Maud de, w. of Wm., see Waterville
-, Ralph de, 222, 226
-, Wm. de, 222

Dix, Wm., 162, 167

Dixon, Bernard, 110

Dobido, John, 157

Dobson, Wm., bell-founder, 47, 140

Dod:
-, Edw. (d. 1616, fellow of Jesus Coll., 222
-, Edw. (d. 1678), 222, 267
-, Mary, w. of Thos., 274
-, Mathew, see Ventris
-, Thos. (d. 1667), 267
-, Thos. (d. 1670), 222, 267
-, Thos. (fl. 1707), 267, 274
-, fam., 268

Doget:
-, Rog. (fl. 1279), 64
-, Rog. (fl. 1295, another), 64

Dorset, 207 n; and see Cliffe

Douai (Nord, France), 156

Dove, John, 202

dovecots, 4, 25, 111

Dowesdale, John, 51

Down, Wm., 150

Downham, bell-foundry, 47, 140

Downing:
-, Sir Geo., 143
-, fam., 143

Downing College, Camb.:
-, estates, 143–4, 178
-, master, see Frere, Wm.

Dowse, John, 188

Dowsing, Wm., 17, 28, 47, 58, 68, 79, 102, 123, 133, 140, 146, 168, 190, 217

Draper, John, bell-founder, 29, 102, 112, 140, 169

Dresser, Thos., rector of Westley Waterless, 180

Droxford, John of, rector of Balsham, bp. of Bath and Wells, 133

Drury, John, vicar of Little Abington, 16

Dudley:
-, Arthur, rector of Bartlow, prebendary of Lichfield, 34
-, John, earl of Warwick, duke of Northumberland (d. 1553), 250–1, 259

Dufay-Chromex Ltd., 256

Durenne, Reynold de, and his w. Hawise, 252

Dullingham, 125, 157–70, 172–3, 176
-, adv., 167
-, agric., 163–4, 166
-, char., 159, 164, 166–70
-, ch., 158–9, 167–9
-, cts., 166
-, curate, 168
-, dom. archit., 158
-, Dullingham Ley, 158–9, 162–4, 166, 169
-, farms, 158–9, 164, 166
-, fields, 163
-, glebe, 167
-, guildhall, 158, 167, 169–70
-, guilds, 167, 169–70
-, hearth tax, 278–9, 281
-, inc., 141, 157–8, 162–4, 167–8, 175
-, ind., 159
-, inns, 159, 170
-, man., 24, 159–63, 172–3
-, man.-ho., 129, 161
-, mills, 166
-, nonconf., 158, 169
-, pk., 158
-, poor-relief, 166
-, pop., 158
-, rly. sta., 141, 159, 171
-, rectory, 160, 162, 164, 166–7 ho., 158, 162, 167
-, roads, 158–9, 166
-, sch., 167 n, 169
-, streams, 158
-, tithes, 145, 162, 167, 175
-, town ho., 170, 281 n
-, town land, 168–9
-, vicarage, 167 ho., 158, 167
-, vicars, 164, 167–9, 175
-, village green, 159
-, woodland, 158, 163–4
-, workho., 166

Dunch, John, vicar of Dullingham, 168

Dunn-Gardner:
-, A. C. W., 161
-, Ada, see Pigott
-, Ada Mariota, 170
-, John, 161, 168
-, Mary Marianne Marianna, m. Chris. Wm. Robinson, 161, 170
-, Miriam, m. Harvey Leader, 161

Dunster (Som.), 136
-, barony of, 137

Durand, 23, 150, 232

Durham, canon of, see Dalton, Thos.

Duxford:
-, Baldwin of, 205
-, Gaudin of, 206
-, Hugh of, 206
-, Ralph of, 205, 213
-, Wm. of, 206
-, fam., 206

Duxford, 193, 199, 201–20, 226, 240– 1, 244, 264, 275
-, adv., 213–14, 217
-, agric., 201, 209–12
-, bridge, 202; and see Whittlesford Bridge
-, chaplains, 215–16
-, char., 219–20
-, ch., 112, 201, 205, 213–19
-, cts., 210, 213
-, curates, 216–18
-, dom. archit., 201
-, farms, 202, 204, 209, 211–12
-, fields, 210–11
-, glebe, 211, 214–15
-, guilds, 215
-, hearth tax, 278, 280–1
-, inc., 201, 205, 208–11, 215, 219
-, ind., 193, 201–2, 212–13
-, inns, 202
-, man., 62, 193, 199, 203–14, 252
-, man.-ho., 201, 204–8, 210, 213–14
-, mills, 192, 203–4, 211–13
-, nonconf., 218–19, 229, 245, 261, 274
-, par. officers, 213, 215
-, poor-relief, 213
-, pop., 201
-, rectors, 202, 218
-, (St. John's), 210, 216
-, (St. Peter's), 100, 210, 214–18; and see Fisher, Edm.; Ward, John
-, rectory (St. John's), 214–15
-, rectory (St. Peter's), 214–15
-, ho., 213, 215
-, roads, 201–2
-, sch., 217–20, 229, 245
-, tithes, 211, 213–15
-, vicarage (St. John's), 214–16 ho., 205, 214–16
-, vicars (St. John's), 214–17
-, village green, 201
-, Whittlesford Bridge, hospital, q.v.
-, woodland, 201

Duxworth, see Duxford

Dyer:
-, Sir Jas., 149, 156, 184
-, Marg., see Aborough

E.

Eadred, King, 255

Eagle Printing Works, 97

Earl's Colne, see Colne

East Anglia, earl of, see Ralph

Eastern Counties Bone Products Ltd., 212

Eastern Counties Leather Co. Ltd., 106, 109, 256–7

East India Co., director of, see Jones, Rob.

Easton Maudit (Northants.), 115

Eastwood, H. E., 130, 194

Eaton:
-, H. F., 171–2
-, R. J., 172
-, Ric., 164, 172–4, 176
-, fam., 162

Eayre, Jos., bell-founder, 112, 260

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 195, 237, 242

Eddeva the fair, 6, 21–2, 71, 84, 107, 114, 142, 162, 172, 184, 203, 205

Edgar, King, 162, 192
-, persons commended to, 117, 192, 232

Edgar:
-, Agatha, see Mileson
-, Devereux, 162, 167
-, Mileson, 162
-, Rob., 162
-, Thos., 162
-, fam., 167

Edgecliffe:
-, Alice of, see Follifoot
-, John of, 86

Edinburgh, 28

Edmonton, John, rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 216 n

Edric, 107

Edward the Confessor, King, 129, 232
-, persons commended to, 5, 23, 39, 61, 107, 117, 149, 203, 221

Edward I, 111

Edward VI, 250

Edward VII, 174, 177

Eedes:
-, Francis, 63
-, Wm., rector of Horseheath, 63, 80

Egerton:
-, Francis, earl of Ellesmere, 172, 174, 176
-, John, earl of Ellesmere (d. 1944), 171–2
-, his w., 171
-, John, earl of Ellesmere, duke of Sutherland (fl. 1976), 172, 174
-, T. H. F., 174
-, fam., 174

Egremont, earl of, see O'Brien

Egremont (Cumb.), 232

Ela, ctss. of Warwick, m. 2 Phil. Basset, 193

Ela, m. Hen. s. of Aucher, 106

Eldridge, Brian, bell-founder, 18

Elfhelm (d. c. 990), 117, 192, 232 his w., 117

Elfhelm (fl. 990, another), 232

Elfwine, 172

Elizabeth I, 72, 116, 267

Ellesmere, earls of, see Egerton

Ellis, fam., 255

Elmdon (Essex), 230

Elrington:
-, Edw., 208
-, John, 27
-, Marg., 153, 157

Ely, Wal. of, 106

Ely, 115
-, abbey, 23, 141, 162, 173, 192, 255
-, abbots, 129, 192
-, estates, 52–3, 84, 106, 108–10, 116, 118, 129–30, 162, 172–3, 175, 177–8, 183, 192, 195
-, infirmary, 195, 197
-, prior, 125, 174, 192, 196
-, archdeacon of, 35
-, archdeacons, 14, 106; and see Bale; Osmele; Tinley; William
-, bishopric, 180
-, bps., 1, 33, 57, 84, 100, 110, 121–2, 125, 129, 132–3, 139, 146, 154, 177, 183, 188–9, 193, 214–17, 224, 227, 241–2, 258–9; and see Arundel; Balsham, Hugh of; Fordham, John; Goodrich, Thos.; Gunning; Hervey; Heton, Martin; Hotham, John; Keene, Edm.; Niel; Thirlby; West; Wren, Mat.
-, estates, 95, 116, 129–30, 224, 233
-, patronage, 14–15, 57, 99, 123, 132
-, suffragan of, see Grant, Wm.
-, canons, 197; and see Knight, Sam.
-, dean of, see Allix; Perne, And.
-, dean and chapter, 52, 197
-, estates of, 192, 195–6
-, diocese of, 35
-, chancellor, see Hutton, Jas.; Johnson, Jas.
-, Isle of, 57

Elyot:
-, Alice, 184
-, Marg., see Aborough
-, Margery, m. Rob. Puttenham, 149
-, Sir Thos., 138, 149, 153–4, 156, 184, 188, 206

Emerson:
-, Jas. John, 6
-, John Jas., 5–6, 9, 15, 19, 110
-, fam., 6, 15

Emery, Alan s. of, see Alan

Emmanuel College, Camb., 24

Engaine:
-, Sir John, 137
-, Thos., 137

Enhale (in West Wickham), see Wickham, West, Enhale

Envermeu, Hugh de, 204

Erasmus, works of, 111

Ereswell (Suff.), 7

Ernald, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Essex:
-, Baldwin of, 178
-, Hugh of, 178
-, Reynold of, 178

Essex, earls of, see Bohun; Cromwell; Mandeville

Essex, 1, 16, 30, 32, 35–7, 51, 59–60, 70, 80, 105, 136, 180, 199, 206, 219, 227, 231, 250
-, Kelvedon, rector of, see Breton,
-, Nazeing, vicar of, see Salt, Thos.
-, Newport, sch., headmaster of, see Buck, Jas.
-, Rivenhall, rector of, see Lalleford
-, Woodford, rector of, see Boldero
-, and see Ashdon; Chesterford, Great; Chrishall; Colchester; Colne; Debden; Elmdon; Finchingfield; Hadstock; Halstead; Hatfield Broadoak; Hedingham; Helions Bumpstead; Hempstead; Heydon; Horkesley, Little; Leighs, Little; Risbridge; Saffron Walden; Steeple Bumpstead; Strethall Green; Tilty; Uttlesford; Waltham; Wivenhoe

Estred (fl. 1066), 232

Ethelred, King, 84

Ethelric, 192

Ethelswith, 183

Ethelwine, 84

Ethelwold, bp. of Winchester, 162

Eton (Bucks.), College, headmasters, see Grey, Nic.; Machye

Eudes the steward, 23, 107, 249

Eustace, count of Boulogne (d. by 1082), 232

Eustace, count of Boulogne (fl. 1086), 204, 212, 232, 237–8
-, his dau., see Maud

Evans:
-, Edw., 237
-, T. S. & Son, 256
-, Thos., 256
-, Thos. Fred., 256
-, Thos. Sutton, 247–9, 255–7, 261–2

Evesham (Worcs.), battle of, 232

Eye (Suff.), 159 n

Eyre:
-, A. C., 250
-, John, 74
-, Wm., 74

Eyre-Huddleston, R. F., see Huddleston

F.

Fafiton, Rob., 23, 25

Fafiton, 'honor of', 23

Fairchild:
-, Jos., 9
-, Mary, w. of Wm., 9, 63
-, Wm. (fl. 1762), 9, 63
-, Wm. (fl. 1753–79, ?another), 256

Fairfax, Thos., Ld. Fairfax, 84

fairs, see Abington, Great and Little; Babraham; Balsham; Brinkley; Burrough Green; Hildersham; Ickleton; Linton; Sawston; Weston Colville; Whittlesford; Whittlesford Bridge

Falkner, John, 262

Family of Love, 59, 112, 134

Farmer, Wm., 138

Farnborough, Ld., see Long

Farnham, Thos., 215

Farquhar:
-, Alfred, 266
-, W. R. C., 266

Fasset:
-, Thos., 62–3
-, fam., 18

Fauconberg, Eustace, rector of Weston Colville, 189

felons, chattels of, 13, 97–8, 196

Fen (Fenn):
-, Rob., 176
-, Thos. at, 54

Fen Ditton, see Ditton

Fenn, see Fen

Ferrard, Wm., 107

Ferrour, Rog., 21

fertilizer, manufacture of, 200, 212, 271

Fesant, John, rector of Bartlow, 34

Ficklin, Barney, 89

field-reeve, 98

fields, number of, see crops, rotation of

Fileby, Rob., 207

Finch:
-, Charlotte, ctss. of Aylesford, see Seymour
-, Heneage, earl of Nottingham (d. 1682), 267
-, Heneage, earl of Aylesford (d. 1777), 52, 142, 178
-, Heneage, earl of Aylesford (d. 1812), 52, 74, 142–4, 178–9, 181
-, Heneage, earl of Aylesford (d. 1859), 138, 143–4
-, fam., 74, 87

Finchingfield (Essex), 31

Fisher:
-, E. N., 208
-, Edm. (d. 1819), rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, vicar of Linton, 88– 9, 101, 208, 214, 216
-, Edm. (d. 1851), vicar of Linton, 88–9, 101, 208, 211
-, Edm. (d. 1881), 208
-, Mrs. G. M., 208
-, Sarah, see Trott
-, Mrs., 208

Fiske, Rob., 34

FitzMartin, Wm., 84

fitz Otes, Hugh, 265

Fitz Pain, Hervey, 7

FitzWalter:
-, Christine, m. 1 Wm. de Mandeville, earl of Essex, 2 Raymond de Burgh, 177, 180
-, Gunnore, see Valognes
-, John, Ld. FitzWalter, 177
-, Rob. (d. 1235), 177
-, Rob. (d. 1326), 177
-, Rob. (d. 1328), 177
-, Wal., Ld. FitzWalter, 177

Fitz Wimar, Ric., 52

Flack:
-, Anne, w. of John, see Barrington
-, Anne, w. of Rob., 214, 223
-, Barrington, 89, 223
-, Geo., 214
-, John, 222–3
-, Rob., 89, 102, 214, 222–3
-, Susanna, see Barrington
-, Wm., vicar of West Wratting, 197
-, fam., 102, 120

Flanders, 204

Flanner, John, 190

Fleam Dyke, 127, 191, 247

Fleming:
-, Hen. le (fl. 1268), 62
-, Hen. (d. 1713), 172
-, (formerly Willis), John, 172
-, John Willis, 172–3
-, Ric., 172
-, (formerly Willis), Thos., 172
-, Wm., 172
-, fam., 172

Flendish hundred, 125

Fletcher, Ant., vicar of Pampisford and Sawston, 111, 259

Flinn and Sons, 166

Fludd, Jas., rector of Carlton, 156

Foakes, Alice Marg., 19

Follifoot:
-, Alan, 86
-, Alice, m. 1 Alex. de Scalers, 2 John of Edgecliffe, 86
-, Joan, m. Hen. s. of Ric., 86
-, Ralph, 86

football, 83

Fordham:
-, A. E., 108
-, John, bp. of Ely, 86–7, 91
-, Wm. of, 193

Fordham, 183

Forestry Commission, 158

Forz:
-, Cecily de, m. John de Beauchamp, 160
-, Wm. de, 160
-, fam., counts of Aumale, 203

Foster:
-, Ebenezer, 270
-, G. R. C, 142, 144, 192, 266
-, Isabel, 193
-, Lawrence (fl. 1480), 193
-, Lawrence (fl. 1550–5), and his w. Bridget, 193
-, Ric. (d. by 1454). 193
-, Ric. (fl. 1440, ?another), 173
-, Ric. (d. by 1480, another), 193

Fotheringhay:
-, Edw., 193
-, Thos., 117, 193

Fourdrinier, fam., 256

Fowlmere, 208
-, Chrishall Grange, 211, 237–9
-, man., 208
-, nonconf., 218, 274

Foxcroft, Geo., 192

Frakenho, Samson of, 56

France, 266; and see Abernon; Angers; Ardres; Avignon; Bordeaux; Boulogne; Brittany; Clunv; Douai; Grestain; Montmorillon; St. Jacut-de-la-Mer; St. Wandrille; Verdun

franchises, see amercement; assize of bread and of ale; felons; frankpledge; gallows; infangthief; pillory; sake and soke; tumbrel; vee de naam; waif; warren

Francis, Martin, rector of Castle Camps, 46

Frankau, Sir Claude, 234

Franklin, S. E., 9

frankpledge, view of, 1, 13, 27, 33, 45, 56, 66, 77, 97, 110, 121, 125, 132, 139, 145, 154, 166, 174, 179, 187, 196, 199, 213, 226, 241, 251–2, 257, 271

French (Frenche):
-, Thos., 194
-, fam., 43

Frere:
-, Bartle John Laurie, 53, 55
-, Geo., 53, 55
-, Jas. Hatley, 53, 55
-, Phil. Howard, 128
-, Wm., master of Downing Coll., 128
-, fam., 194

Freville:
-, Baldwin de, 192, 267
-, John (fl. 1372), 130
-, John (fl. 1481–97), 192
-, Lucy de, see Scalers
-, Ric. de, 74, 129–30
-, Rob., 192
-, Wm. (fl. 1424), 192
-, Wm. (d. 1481), 192
-, fam., 150, 192–3, 195, 207
-, and see de Freville

friendly societies, 83, 159, 202, 248

Frost:
-, E. G. G., 192
-, E. P., 777, 192, 194
-, Edw. (d. 1834), 192
-, Edw. (d. 1869), 194
-, H. (fl. 1870), 192
-, H. E. F., 194
-, Harry (d. 1831), 192, 196
-, Harry (d. 1898), 194
-, John, 138, 153
-, W. T., 192, 194
-, Wm., 137–8
-, fam., 153
-, of West Wratting, 192, 194, 196, 198

Fulbourn, 108, 117, 140, 177, 233
-, char., 138
-, Mutlow hill, 125
-, rly. sta., 128

Fulk son of William, 154

Fuller:
-, Geo., rector of Hildersham, 7, 68
-, John, 7
-, Thos. (fl. 1737–47), 237
-, Thos. (fl. 1777–c. 1826), 237

fulling, 95, 200, 241, 255, 270

Fulwell:
-, Joan, m. Hen. Lawrence, 93
-, Steph., 93, 104
-, Thos., 91

Furneaux:
-, Amy de, w. of John, m. 2 Sir Rob. Denny, 86
-, Anketil de, 86
-, Geof. de, 86, 89
-, Sir John de (d. after 1341), 86–7, 95
-, John de (d. 1361), 86
-, John de (d. by 1384), 86
-, Mic. de (d. by 1268), 86, 100, 205
-, Mic. de (fl. 1267–97), 88
-, Rob. de (fl. 1130–5), 86
-, Rob. de (d. by 1206), 86
-, Rob. de (d. 1313), 86–7
-, Rob. de (d. by 1361), 86
-, Sir Sim. de, 86, 88, 96, 205
-, Wal. de, 95
-, fam., 89, 99, 205

Fynderne:
-, Cath., see Berners
-, Eliz., 184
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1464), 150–1, 184–5, 188, 206
-, Thos. (d. 1524), 184, 206
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1445), 150, 154, 185
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1516), 23–4, 151–2, 154–6, 184, 188–9, 206
-, Wm., jr. (d. by 1516), 154, 184, 206
-, fam., 150

G.

Gallant, Thos., 186–7

gallows, 13, 45, 97, 121, 125, 166, 179, 187, 213, 241, 271

game, 4, 170, 201, 220

Gardine:
-, E. L., 184
-, Ruth, see Ashley

Gardiner:
-, Mary, m. Sir Giles Alington, 73, 178
-, Ric., alderman of London, 73, 178
-, Steph., bo. of Winchester, 85
-, Thos., bell-founder, 140

Gardner, see Dunn-Gardner

Garnons, Ralph, rector of Weston Colville, 189

Garthside, Francis, rector of Burrough Green, 145

Gates:
-, Abraham, rector of Weston Colville, 189–90
-, his w., 190
-, fam., 189

Gatesbury:
-, Adam, and his w. Joan, 53
-, Ric, 53

Gatward, Ric, 151

Gaunt, John of, 205

Gedding, fam., 267

Gee (later Maitland), Arthur, 32, 51

Geekie, Wm., vicar of Babraham, 28

GEIGY, of Basle, 213

Gent, John, 40

Geoffrey, vicar of Linton, 100

Geoffrey son of Alan, 52

Geoffrey son of Richard, 74

Geoffrey (fl. 1086), 178

Geoffrey, Hen. s. of, see Henry

George IV, as Prince of Wales, 243

George V, 174, 202

Gerald the marshal, see marshal

Gerard the Lorrainer, 205

Gerard, John, 260

Gernon:
-, Joan, m. Sir John Botetourt, 184
-, Sir John, and his w. Joan, 184
-, Rob., 49–50, 52, 208

gersums, 130

Gerunde:
-, Alice, see Hamelin
-, John, 7, 10
-, Maud, m. Simon Bokenham, 22
-, Ric. (d. after 1363), 7–8, 22
-, Ric. (fl. 1302, Panother), 7

Gideon, Sir Sampson, 6

Gifford, And., 274

Gikel:
-, Rob. (fl. 1269), 31
-, Rob. (fl. 1325), 31
-, fam., 31

Gilbert the bearded, 203

Gilbert son of Walter, 161
-, his w. Estrange, see Scalers

Gilbert, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Gill, Geo., 8, 23

Gillett & Johnston, bell-founders, 244

Girard, 267

Glemsford:
-, Margery of, m. Rob. Reyner, 222
-, Ric. of, 222
-, Thos. of, 222
-, Wal. of, vicar of Hinxton, 222, 226–7

Gloucester:
-, dukes of, see Richard III; Woodstock
-, earls of, see Clare

Gloucestershire, see Tormarton

glove-making, 256–7

Gobyun, Rog., and his w. Christine, 185

Godding, Ric., 260

Godeva, 23

Godfrey:
-, Hen., 137
-, John, sheriff of Cambs., 137
-, Ric. (d. 1699), 137
-, his daus., 137
-, Ric. (fl. 1753), 137
-, Wm., 240
-, fam., 137

Godolphin, Sidney, earl of Godolphin, 25

Godric, see Godwin

God's House, Camb., estates, 143 and see Christ's College

Godwin (or Godric) (fl. 1066), 24

Godwin Child (fl. 1066, ?another), 71, 184

Goiz (Gowiz, Guiz):
-, And. le (d. by c. 1220), 207–8
-, And. le (d. 1257x59), 207–8, 213
-, And. le (fl. 1330), 207
-, John le (fl. 1223–7), 207
-, John le (d. after 1327), 207
-, Rob. le (fl. 1166), 207–8
-, Rob. le (fl. c. 1200, another), 207
-, Wm. le, 207–8, 214
-, fam., 207

Golafre:
-, Sir John, 137
-, Philippa, see Mohun

Goldie, Geo., archit., 107

Golding:
-, John, 194
-, Sir Thos., 192, 194

Goldington, Wm., 107

Goldsmith, Hen., 154

Gonville and Caius College, Camb.:
-, estates, 205, 209, 211–12
-, Frankland benefaction, 205
-, master and fellows, 211
-, master, see Legge

Gooddaye, Rog., 137

Goodman, Thos., vicar of Great and Little Abington, 16

Goodred:
-, Wm. (fl. 1384–1418 or 1424), 74, 78
-, Wm. (fl. 1410–47), 73–4
-, fam., 74

Goodrich:
-, John, 193
-, Thos., bp. of Ely, 233
-, Thos. (another), 233

Goodwin:
-, Chas., rector of Hildersham, 67–8
-, Frances, 63, 67
-, Jas., 67
-, Rob., vicar of Great Abington, rector of Hildersham, 16, 63, 65, 67–9
-, Sarah, 63, 67

Goole, fam., 256

Gopil, John, 268

Gorges:
-, Hen., 65, 175
-, Ric., Ld. Gorges, 172, 175–6
-, his w., 175–6

Gose, Rob., 218

Gosling:
-, Jas., 258
-, John, 252, 255, 258

Gouiz, fam., 207 n

Gowiz, see Goiz

Grandcourt, Wal. de, 149, 155

Grandin:
-, Hugh, and his w. Eleanor, 185
-, Wm., 185

Grant:
-, John, see Bryant
-, Wm., vicar of Hinxton, suffragan bp. of Panada, prior of Austin friars, Camb., 228

Granta (Old, Stapleford), river, 105, 246

Granta, Cam or Granta, see Cam

gravel extraction, 246

Gray:
-, Chris., bell-founder, 102
-, Miles, bell-founder, 17, 102, 169, 217, 228, 274
-, and see Grey

Greaves, Wm., vicar of Little Abington, 225
-, his w., see Joscelyn

Greek, Thos., rector of Carlton, 156

Green:
-, Edith, 23
-, Edw., 224–7
-, (later de Freville), Edw. Hen., 223–4
-, (later de Freville), Edw. Humphreys, 224
-, John, rector of Burrough Green, master of Corpus Christi Coll., etc., dean (later bp.) of Lincoln, 146
-, Paul, vicar of Ickleton, 243 n
-, fam., 221, 224

Greenell:
-, Geo., 254, 258
-, John (fl. 1662–4), 252, 258
-, John (fl. 1685, ?another), 252, 258
-, Wm., 252

Greenhalgh, see Greenell

Greenwich, see London, Greenwich

Gregory, Rob., rector of Westley Waterless, 180–1

Grestain (Eure, France), abbey, 249 estates of, 253

Grey:
-, Eliz., see Abernon
-, John, 205
-, Nic., rector of Castle Camps, vicar of Saffron Walden, etc., 46
-, and see Gray

Grim (fl. 1066), 172

Grimbald:
-, Isabel, m. Ric. Pauncefoot, 61–2, 66
-, Maud, see Daneys
-, Rob., 61

Grosvenor:
-, Ric., Ld., later Earl, Grosvenor, 4, 6, 158, 194
-, Rob., Earl Grosvenor, 158, 194

Gryselegh, Wm., rector of Hildersham, 67

guilds, see Abington, Great and Little; Babraham; Balsham; Burrough Green; Camps, Castle; Camps, Shudy; Dullingham; Duxford; Hildersham; Hinxton; Horseheath; Ickleton; Linton; Pampisford; Sawston; Stetchworth; Westley Waterless; Weston Colville; Whittlesford; Wickham, West; Wratting, West

Guilford, earl of, see North

Guisnes, count of, see Baldwin

Guiver, Hen., 256

Guiz, see Goiz

Gunning, Peter, bp. of Ely, 227

Gunpowder Plot, 250

Gurteen:
-, D. M., 53
-, Dan., 42, 53
-, Jabez, 53
-, W. B., 42, 53
-, fam., 56

Gurth, Earl, 23, 265, 267

H.

Hacford:
-, John of, 178
-, Wal. of, 178
-, Wm. of, 178

Hackesup, Sim., rector of Weston Colville, 189

Hackney (Greater London, formerly Mdx.), 222

Hadstock (Essex), 80–1, 88, 95, 101, 116 n
-, rector, see Stephens

Hailstone:
-, John (d. 1847), vicar of Shudy Camps, Woodwardian professor, Camb., 58
-, John (d. 1871), vicar of Shudy Camps, 58

Hall:
-, A. J., 188
-, Alex. Cross, 144, 150, 178, 184, 188 his w., 188
-, Anne, w. of Chas. Webb, 189, 191
-, Chas. Webb, 184, 189, 191
-, Charlotte, m. Hen. Rob. Bullock, 184
-, Eliz., m. — Bullen, 34
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., see Carter
-, G. J., 69
-, John (d. 1860), 151, 153, 178–9, 184, 188–9, 196
-, John (d. 1872), 144, 184, 190
-, Jos., vicar of Dullingham, rector of Bartlow, 34–6, 168
-, Thos. (fl. 1691), rector of Castle Camps, 46
-, Thos. (d. 1809), 184, 192
-, Thos. (fl. 1800, another), 63
-, Thos. Rumbold, 63
-, Wm., 34
-, (formerly Bullock), Wm. Hen., 145, 178, 181, 184
-, Miss, 190
-, fam., 183, 187, 190

Halstead (Essex), 53

Halton, Sir Wm., 17

Hamelin:
-, Alice, m. Ric. Gerunde, 7, 22
-, John (fl. 1285–1316), 22
-, John (d. 1361), 22
-, Marion, 22
-, Thos., 22
-, Wal., 22
-, Wm., 22
-, fam., 25

Hamilton, J. P., 62

Hamon son of Alan, 6

Hamond:
-, Eliz., see Parker
-, Hen., 64
-, R. T., 107, 109, 113, 234
-, Wm., 107
-, Wm. Parker (d. 1812), 107, 109, 234
-, Wm. Parker (d. 1873), 107, 112, 234
-, Wm. Parker (d. 1884), 107
-, fam., 64
-, Parker Hamond fam., 77, 106–7, 109, 234

Hampden, Vct., see Brand

Hampshire, see Stoneham, North

Hanchach:
-, Hen., 50–1
-, Jas., 51
-, John (d. before 1365), and his w. Agnes, 50
-, John (d. 1381), 83, 85, 207, 210
-, John (fl. 1428–50), 51
-, Thos. (d. 1250), 50
-, Thos. (fl. 1310–65), 50
-, Thos. (d. 1365, another), 50 n
-, Wm., 50

Hanchett:
-, Anne, m. Jas. Watson, 208
-, Anne, w. of —, see Crudd
-, Hen., 236–7
-, Joan, see Crudd
-, John (d. 1724), 208
-, John (d. 1737), 208, 237
-, his w., 237
-, John (d. c. 1756), 208, 225, 237, 239
-, John (d. by 1759, another), and his wives, 236
-, John (fl. 1759), 236
-, John (fl. 1804), 239
-, John (d. 1848, ?another), 237
-, his daus., 237
-, Rachel, m. Wm. Warner, 236
-, Sam., 237, 239
-, Susanna, m. Zachary Brooke, 236
-, Thos., 208, 236
-, Wm., 237
-, fam., 239
-, Hanway, Thos., 63

Hardwick:
-, P. C., archit., 112
-, Phil., archit., 22

Hardwicke, earls of, see Yorke

Hardy:
-, Eliz., w. of Nat., m. 2 Sir Francis Clark, 88
-, Nat., dean of Rochester, 88

Hare, Nic., 21

Harewood, earl of, see Lascelles

Hargham (Norf.), rector of, see Mendham

Harleston:
-, Sir Clement, 117
-, Eleanor, w. of Ives, 117
-, Ives, 117
-, John (d. 1457), 117
-, John (d. 1458), 117
-, John (d. after 1464), 117
-, John (d. by 1500), 117
-, Rob., 117
-, Rog., 117

Harold, Earl (later King), 50, 136, 150, 162, 177–8, 223, 249, 265

Harper:
-, Alice le, see Osmond
-, John le, 73
-, Wm. le (fl. 1279), 119
-, Wm. le (d. c. 1347), 54, 73, 75

Harrington, Sir John, 39

Harris:
-, Sarah, 214
-, Thos., rector of St. Peter's and vicar of St. John's, Duxford, 214, 216, 218
-, Wm., 256
-, fam., 256

Harrison:
-, Alington (d. 1731), 118, 121–2
-, Alington (d. 1733), 118, 122
-, Anne, w. of Alington, 118
-, Eliz., 105
-, Hen., 118, 122–3
-, John, 192, 194
-, R. J., 193

Harston, 252

Hart, fam., bell-founders, 138

harvest-boons, see works, villeins'

Harvey, John, 103

Haskin, P. C. M., vicar of Whittlesford, 275

Haslingfield, Steph. of, rector of West Wickham, chancellor of Camb. University, 122

Haslingfield, 252

Hast, archit., see Pertwee and Hast

Hasyll, John, 162–3

Hatch Beauchamp (Som.), 160

Hatfield (Herts.), man., 233

Hatfield Broadoak (Essex), priory, 14–15, 61 n, 67, 188
-, estates, 24, 45, 49, 53–4

Hatley:
-, Isabella, see Reynolds
-, Jas., 41, 53
-, John (d. c. 1791), 53
-, John (d. c. 1830), 53
-, Susanna, 53

Hatton:
-, Sir Chris., Ld. Chancellor, 129
-, Sir Chris. (another), and his w. Alice, 129

Haverhill:
-, Denise of, see Huntingdon
-, Geof. of, 252

Haverhill (Suff.), 37, 44, 66, 77, 226
-, ind., 44, 70, 76
-, persons from, 42, 53, 56
-, vicar, see Okes

Hawise, ctss. of Aumale, m. 1 Wm. de Mandeville, earl of Essex, 3 Baldwin de Béthune, 84

Hawtrey, Wm., 266, 270

Haye:
-, Agnes de la, w. of Thos., m. 2 Alan Ayete, 115
-, John de la, 115
-, Rob. de la, 115
-, Sim. de la, 115
-, Steph. de la, (d. 1176–7), 72–3, 114
-, Steph. de la (d. c. 1258), 115
-, Steph. de la (fl. 1279–87), 72, 115
-, Thos. de la, 115
-, Wal. de la, 72–3, 114–15

Haylock:
-, Annie, 129
-, Jas., 129
-, John, 129, 131
-, Thos., 44, 48
-, fam., 44

Haynes, Rob., rector of Weston Colville, 189

Hayward:
-, Thos. (fl. 1762–95), 33
-, Thos. (fl. 1822), 120
-, fam., 121

haywards, 13, 45, 66, 98, 154, 174, 179, 196, 213, 242, 253, 257, 271

Head, Sam., 168

Hedingham, Castle (Essex), priory, 53

Helion, Hen., 85

Helions Bumpstead (Essex), 1, 36–7, 43, 45, 54

Helmsley (N. Yorks., formerly N.R.), 62 n

Hemgrave, Sir Edm., 23

Hemington, Eliz., 60

Hempstead (Essex), 36, 41, 275

Heneage:
-, Cecilia, 194
-, Eliz., 194
-, Mic. (d. 1602), 193–4
-, Sir Mic. (fl. 1641), 194
-, Thos., 194

Hengham:
-, John, rector of Hildersham, 67
-, Ralph, 61, 67

Henley (Oxon.), 23

Henry II, 159, 232

Henry III, 148, 151

Henry V, 252, 257

Henry VII, 5, 116, 208

Henry VIII, 160

Henry son of Aucher, 106, 108, 110
-, his w., see Ela

Henry son of Geoffrey, 74

Henry son of Richard, 86
-, his w. Joan, see Follifoot

Henry, Aucher s. of, see Aucher

Henry, Mic. s. of, see Michael

Henry, Wm. s. of, see William

Hensby, A. S., 178

Henson:
-, Francis, sr., vicar of Sawston, 259
-, Francis, jr., vicar of Sawston, 259

Herbert:
-, Algernon, and his w. Marianne, 234
-, Beatrice Mary, 234
-, Geo. Fred., 234
-, Hen., earl of Carnarvon, 234
-, Sir Rob. Geo. Wyndham, premier of Queensland etc., 231, 234, 237
-, Wm., dean of Manchester, 234
-, (later Huddleston), Wm. Reginald, see Huddleston

Herdleston, Rog., 225

herdsmen, town's, 27, 100

Hereford:
-, John of, 21
-, Sir Thos. of, 21
-, Sir Warin of, 21, 25

Hereford, earls of, see Bohun

Hereford, siege of, 216

heriots, 130, 195, 203, 254

Herluin, 249

Hert, Ric., rector of Bartlow, 34

Hertford, bell-foundry, 169

Hertfordshire, 139
-, Ware, vicar of, see Lagden, Hen. Allen
-, and see Barnet; Hatfield; Hertford; Kimpton; Royston; St. Albans

Herulf, 203–4

Hervey, bp. of Ely, 106

Heskyns, Thos., rector of Hildersham, 68

Heton:
-, Martin, bp. of Ely, 15, 102, 129, 214, 233, 242
-, Ralph, vicar of Linton, rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 100

Hewitt, Geo., vicar of Ickleton, 243

Heydon, Jos., 241

Heydon (Essex), 208

Hickey, P. A. S., 115, 123

Higham:
-, Alice, w. of Thos., m. 2 Rob. Baker, 53
-, Amy, m.—Smee, 8–9
-, Jas., 8
-, Joan, see Amy
-, Rob. (fl. 1524), 55
-, Rob. (fl. 1561–93), 53
-, Rob. (d. 1609, ?another), 8, 11
-, Thos., 53

High Commission, ct. of, 146

Hildersham:
-, Anne, see Pole
-, Arthur, 173
-, John, 162, 173
-, Thos. (d. 1525), 162, 173
-, Thos. (fl. 1544–71), and his w., 173

Hildersham, 1, 9–10, 59–69, 84, 181, 193, 207, 237
-, adv., 61, 67–8
-, agric., 60, 64–6
-, assarting, 60, 64
-, bridge, 60, 66
-, chant., 68
-, chaplains, 67
-, char., 67, 69
-, ch., 19, 60, 63, 67–9
-, cts., 66
-, curates, 68, 104
-, dom. archit., 60, 81
-, fair, 66
-, farms, 64–6
-, fields, 64
-, glebe, 64–7
-, guild, 67
-, hearth tax, 278–80
-, inc., 2, 60–1, 65–7, 69
-, man., 8, 14, 61–3, 89
-, man.-ho., 60, 63
-, mkt., 66
-, mills, 60, 66, 81
-, nonconf., 69
-, par. officers, 66, 69
-, poor-relief, 66–7
-, pop., 60
-, recreation and sports ground, 61
-, rectors, 7, 28, 61, 66–7, 69, 156; and see Fuller, Geo.; Goodwin, Rob.; Phillips, P. R.; Powney; Salt, Thos.
-, rectory, 66–7
-, ho., 60, 67
-, roads, 60–1, 64
-, Rom. rem., 61
-, sch., 69
-, streams, 60, 64
-, tithes, 61 n, 65, 67
-, town land, 66–7
-, village green, 60
-, water-meadows, 60
-, woodland, 60–1, 64

Hill, Ralph, rector of Westley Waterless, 180

Hinde:
-, Barbara, see Dayrell
-, Sir Edw., 224, 226, 228
-, Sir Francis, 24
-, John, 236
-, Mary, see Norton

Hinton, John, 107, 110

Hinxton, John, rector of St. John's, Duxford, 216

Hinxton, 108 n, 199, 220–30, 233
-, adv., 227
-, agric., 220, 225–6
-, bridge, 221
-, chapel, see Whittlesford Bridge, chapel
-, char., 228–30
-, ch., 222, 227–30, 241
-, cts., 226
-, curates, 228, 243
-, dom. archit., 221
-, farms, 223–7
-, fields, 224–5
-, glebe, 224, 227
-, guild, 228
-, Hall, 113, 128, 221, 224–6
-, hearth tax, 277–8, 280–1
-, inc., 223–4, 226–7, 229
-, inns, 221
-, man., 107–8, 221–6, 235
-, man.-ho., 223–4, 226
-, mills, 223, 226
-, nonconf., 218–19, 221, 229
-, par. officers, 226–7, 229
-, pk., 221, 224
-, poor-relief, 227
-, pop., 220
-, prehist. rem., 220
-, rector, 227
-, rectory, 223–4, 226–7, 229
-, ho., 224
-, roads, 220–1, 227
-, sch., 221, 229
-, tithes, 224, 227
-, town ho., 227
-, vicarage, 227, 242–3
-, ho., 227–8, 281 n
-, vicars, 216, 226–9; and see Glemsford, Wal. of

Hinxton Village Dairy Association, 226

Hitch:
-, Alicia, 209
-, Jas. (fl. 1724), 209
-, Jas. (d. 1824), 208
-, John, 209
-, Ric. (d. 1753), 209
-, Ric. (d. 1816), 209, 218
-, Thos., 209
-, fam., 209, 211

Hodgkin, John, 110

Hodgson, John, 115

Hodson:
-, Chris., bell-founder, 260
-, John, bell-founder, 260

Hog, Jas., 232

Holbeach:
-, Eliz., see Paulet
-, Mary, m. Edw., Ld. Leigh, 54

Holden:
-, Mary, m. 1 John Bromwell Jones, 2 John Younghusband, 224
-, Ric., 224

Holdfield, Ric., bell-founder, 123, 176

Holdip:
-, Jas., 222
-, Ric., 222

Holgate:
-, Edm., 233
-, John (d. 1673), 233
-, John (d. by 1700), 233
-, John (d. 1738), 233
-, Wm. (fl. 1628), 233
-, Wm. (d. 1717), 233

Holland, Constance, m. Thos. Mowbray, duke of Norfolk, 236

Hollick:
-, Anne, m. Wedd Wm. Nash, 223–4
-, Ann Blunkett, 266
-, Ebenezer (d. 1792), 223, 266, 269– 70, 274–5
-, Ebenezer (d. 1828), 266, 269–70, 274
-, Ebenezer (fl. 1845), 275
-, Wm., 223–4, 226, 266
-, fam., 274

Holmes, Thos., 143, 146

Holt, Thos., and his w. Frances, 6

Holt (Leics.), 40

Holttum, Ric., 96

Hoo:
-, Anne, m. Rog. Copley, 236
-, Anne (another), 236
-, Eleanor, m. 2 Jas. Carewe, 236
-, Thos., Ld. Hoo (d. 1455), 236
-, Thos. (d. 1486), 236

Hopkins, Thos., 69, 103, 123, 157

Hore:
-, Joan, see Vauncey
-, John, 178

Horkesley, Little (Essex), alms-ho., 206

horkeys, 4, 21, 61

Horncastle, Simon of, and his w. Lucy, 41

Horseheath:
-, Eliz. of, m. John atte Boure, 72
-, Geof. of (fl. 1257), 72
-, Geof. of (fl. 1280–1307), 72, 74, 119
-, Geof. of (d. by 1348), and his w. Joan, 72, 77
-, John of, 73, 119
-, Ric. of, 74
-, Wm. of (d. after 1260), 73
-, Wm. of (d. after 1361), 74

Horseheath, 1, 32–3, 45, 50, 52, 54, 70–80, 119, 178, 224–5
-, adv., 77
-, agric., 70, 75–6, 120
-, chaplains, 78
-, char., 80
-, ch., 65, 70, 77–9
-, cts., 77
-, curates, 78, 80
-, farms, 55, 73, 75–6
-, fields, 75–6
-, glebe, 76, 78
-, guild, 78
-, hearth tax, 278–80
-, inc., 2, 70, 76
-, inns, 70
-, man., 52, 54–5, 71–6, 115, 118
-, man.-ho., 64, 72–5
-, mills, 73, 77
-, nonconf., 79
-, pk., 70, 72, 75–7, 80, 113, 120, 122
-, poor-relief, 77
-, pop., 70
-, race-course, 71
-, rectors, 45, 57, 76–9, 122; and see Eedes, Wm.; Maule; Wakefield, Thos.
-, rectory, 35, 76–8, 123
-, ho., 75, 78
-, roads, 70
-, Rom. rem., 70
-, sch., 79–80
-, Sherwood Green (or End), 70
-, tithes, 34, 45, 77–8
-, village green, 70, 76, 80
-, woodland, 70, 72, 75

horse-racing, 25, 71, 126, 158–9, 171, 174
-, stud farms and training stables, 126, 142, 144, 158–9, 171, 174, 177, 191, 194

Horton (Kent), 62

Hotham:
-, John (d. 1337), bp. of Ely, 31, 95
-, Sir John (d. 1351), 31

Houblon:
-, G. B. Archer, 32
-, Ric. Archer, 32

Hovel:
-, Ralph, 233
-, Rob., 233
-, his w., see Brito

Howard:
-, Eliz. (d. after 1475), m. John de Vere, earl of Oxford, 50
-, Eliz. (d. 1537), m. John de Vere, earl of Oxford, 160
-, Hen., Ld. Morpeth (later earl of Carlisle), 266
-, Joan, see Akeny
-, Sir John (d. 1438), 50
-, John, Ld. Howard (fl. 1477), 160
-, John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1485), 222
-, Marg., see Plaiz
-, Phil., earl of Arundel, 162
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1524), 266 n
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1554), 162
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1572), 162, 167
-, Thos., earl of Suffolk (d. 1626), 162
-, Wm., 265
-, fam., 266

Howe:
-, Marg., m. 1 Rog. Ascham, 2 Thos. Rempston, 267
-, Thos., 267

Howsden:
-, Anne, 228–30
-, fam., 225, 230

Huddleston:
-, Alexandrina, w. of D. Lawlor, 263
-, Bridget, w. of Sir John, 250
-, Chas., 108
-, Denys Alex. Lawlor, 250, 263
-, Sir Edm. 31, 250–2, 254
-, Edw., 63, 250
-, Eliz., w. of John, m. 2 Sir. Thos. Butler, 31–2, 34, 250
-, Ferdinand (d. 1808), 250–2, 254–5
-, Ferdinand (d. 1890), 63, 250, 258–9
-, Hen. (d. 1657), 31, 34 n, 250, 253–4, 260
-, Hen. (d. 1665), 250
-, Hen. (d. 1713), 250, 252–4
-, Isabel, see Neville
-, Isabella, m. Denis Shine-Lawlor, 250
-, Jane, 250
-, John (d. 1530), 31, 108, 250, 254
-, Sir John (d. 1557), sheriff of Cambs., 31, 250–1, 266
-, R. F. Eyre-, 250, 260
-, Ric. (d. 1717), 250, 252
-, Ric. (d. 1760), 250, 266
-, Ric. (d. 1847), 250–1, 255, 262
-, Sir Rob., 250
-, Wm., 31, 250
-, Wm. Reginald Herbert-, 250
-, fam., 33, 63, 247, 249–51, 254–5, 260–1, 266, 276

Hudson:
-, P. L., 109, 223
-, fam., 109

Hugh, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Hughson, Nic., 143

Hull, Wm., bell-founder, 140

Hullier, John, vicar of Babraham, 28

Humfrey:
-, John (d. 1597), 137
-, John (d. by 1658), 137
-, his daus., 137
-, Thos., 137

Hundon, Geof., 53

Hunt:
-, John, 54
-, Rog., 137

Huntercombe:
-, Alice of, see Bolbec
-, Wal. of, 50

Huntingdon:
-, Denise, w. of Ralph, m. 2 Geof. of Haverhill, 252
-, Eliz., w. of John, 252
-, Hugh, 252
-, John (d. 1403 × 12), 252
-, John (d. 1554), 252, 254, 259, 261–2
-, Joyce, w. of John, m. 2 Thos. Moore, 252, 259, 261
-, Marg., m. John Parys, 62, 67–8, 252
-, Ralph (d. before 1317), 252
-, Ralph (d. before 1390), 252
-, Rob., 252
-, Thos., 252
-, Wal., 252

Huntingdon, 181–2

Huntingdonshire:
-, ld. lieut. of, see De Ramsey
-, Warboys, rector of, see Cooper, Allen
-, and see Huntingdon; Ramsey; St. Neots; Sawtry

Huntingfield:
-, Hugh, 84
-, Sir John, and his w. Beatrice, 86
-, Thos., 86
-, Sir Wal., 86, 99–100

Hupsely, Thos., 139

Hussey:
-, Edw., 52
-, Eliz. Sarah, see Bridge

Hutchinson, Wm., rector of Castle Camps, archdeacon of St. Albans, 46

Hutton:
-, A. H. D., vicar of Little Abington, 18
-, Jas., vicar of Linton, chancellor of Ely, 100
-, fam., 207

Hymus, fam., 77

I.

Ickleton, 199, 201, 208, 216, 220, 224–5, 227, 230–46
-, adv., 242
-, agric., 230, 237–40
-, alms-ho., 232, 246
-, bridge, 231
-, Brookhampton, 231, 233, 241
-, chant., 243
-, chapels, 244
-, chaplains, 243
-, char., 245–6
-, ch., 230–1, 241, 242–5
-, cts., 241–2
-, curates, 243–4
-, dom. archit., 231–2
-, fair, 241
-, farms, 234–5, 237–40
-, fields, 238
-, glebe, 243
-, guilds, 243
-, hearth tax, 277–8, 280–1
-, inc., 230, 234–7, 239–41, 243, 245
-, ind., 240–1
-, inns, 232
-, man., 230–8, 240–1, 243
-, man.-ho., 234–7
-, mkt., 241
-, mills, 233, 241
-, nonconf., 218–19, 244–5
-, par. officers, 242
-, poor-relief, 241, 245
-, pop., 230–1
-, prehist. rem., 80, 199, 230
-, priory, 116, 231–4, 237, 241–4
-, chaplains, 242
-, estates, 233, 237–9, 241–2, 267
-, prioress, 199, 210, 231, 237, 241–2
-, rectors, 237, 242
-, rectory, 237, 240
-, roads, 230–1
-, Rom. rem., 230, 244
-, sch., 219, 244–5
-, streams, 230, 234
-, tithes, 237–40, 242
-, town ho., 245–6
-, town land, 242, 245
-, vicarage, 227, 242–3
-, ho., 243–4
-, vicars, 242–6; and see Brooke, Zachary; Bull; Clayton
-, village green, 231
-, woodland, 230

Icklingham (Suff.), rector of, see Illegh

Icknield Way, 3, 19–20, 105, 125, 127, 159, 199, 201, 220, 230–1, 263

Ickworth (Suff.), priory, 32

Illegh, John, rector of Icklingham, 235

Imperial War Museum, 203

Impervious Packages Ltd., 212

Independents, 35, 47–8, 69, 79, 103, 112, 123, 134, 157, 176, 245, 261, 274–5

industry and trade, see aircraft; brewing; brick-making; chemical works; cloth; clothing; coal mining; coprolites; fertilizer; fulling; glove-making; gravel; leatherworkers; malting; mineral water; paper-making; parchmentmaking; printing; quarries; ropemaking; tanning; whiting-makers

infangthief, 121, 154, 166, 174, 179, 213, 241

infield-outfield system, see crops, rotation of

Inglefield, Phil., and his w. Eliz., 150

Inglis:
-, Raymond, 53
-, Wm., 53, 237
-, his w., 53

Ingoldisthorpe:
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1456), 31, 142, 146–7, 250
-, Eliz., see Burgh
-, Isabel, m. John Neville, marquess of Montagu, 142, 250
-, Joan, see Tiptoft
-, Sir John, 142, 147
-, Marg., see Pole
-, Thos., 142
-, fam., 147

Ingram, Wm., 169

Ingwar (fl. 1066), 203

Inst. of Animal Physiology, see Agricultural Research Council

intercommoning, 10, 25, 64, 109, 152, 163, 173, 186, 254, 263

International Stores, 96

Ipswich (Suff.), 15, 143, 271
-, priory, 214

Irvine, A. H., 115

Isaacson:
-, Mary, 166
-, Wm., 166

Isabella, queen of Edward II, 235

Iseult, granddau. of Gerald the marshal, see marshal

Itchington, Long (Warws.), parson of, see John

J.

Jacob:
-, Hildebrand, 192
-, Hugh (fl. 1312), 131
-, Hugh (fl. 1448–77), 74
-, Sir John, 192–3, 197
-, Ric., 74
-, Rob., 74
-, Wm., 74

Jaggard:
-, Sam., 252
-, Sarah, 252

James I, 162, 202

James:
-, (formerly Cane), Sir Cane (formerly Jas.), 150
-, John (d. before 1285), 130
-, Sir John (d. 1676), 150
-, John (d. 1741), 150

Jarvis (Jervis):
-, John, 147
-, W., 174

Jary, Mr., 145

Jeaffreson:
-, Chris. (d. 1725), 161, 170
-, Chris. (d. 1749), M.P. for Cambs., 161–2, 168
-, Chris. (d. 1788), 161
-, Chris. (d. 1824), 161, 164, 168
-, (formerly Pigott, later Robinson), Chris. Wm., see Pigott
-, Harriet, m. Wm. Pigott, 161
-, John (d. 1660), 161
-, John (fl. 1728), 161
-, fam., 158, 166–8

Jefferie (Jefferies):
-, John (d. 1636), 113, 263
-, John (d. c. 1674), 19

Jennings, A. C., vicar of Whittlesford, 273

Jenyns, Rog. Bulwer, 151

Jervis, see Jarvis

Jesus College, Camb., 24, 227, 242, 272–3
-, estates, 8–9, 11–12, 130, 185, 194– 6
-, fellows, 228, 273; and see Clarkson; Dod, Edw.
-, master, see Capon; Reston
-, Proby fund, 227

Jewel, John, bp. of Salisbury, works of, 111

Joan, dau. of Wal. (?Barbedor), m. Rog. Brown, 130, 150

Joce, Sir John, and his w. Eliz., 84

Jockey Club, 171

Johan:
-, Alice, see Vere
-, Sir Lewis, 160, 162

John, King, 73, 116

John, parson of Long Itchington, 107, 110

John, Rog. s. of, see Roger

John, Wm. s. of, see William

Johnson:
-, Audrey, see Tilney
-, J. L., 211
-, Jas., chancellor of Ely, 58
-, W. P., 44
-, Wm., 266

Johnson, Prior Johnson, q.v.

Johnston, bell-founder, see Gillett & Johnston

Jonas:
-, Ann, w. of Sam., 246
-, Geo., 237
-, Sam., 237, 240, 246

Jones:
-, Anne, m. Jas. Whorwood Adeane, 22
-, John Bromwell, 224
-, Mary, m. Wm. Vachell, 224
-, Mary, w. of John Bromwell, see Holden
-, Rob., 22, 28

Jordan, s. of Gerald the marshal, see marshal

Joscelyn:
-, Arthur (d. 1699), 225
-, Arthur (fl. 1699), 225
-, his dau., m. Wm. Greaves, vicar of Little Abington, 225

Joy, Wm., vicar of Shudy Camps, 58

Judith, Ctss., w. of Earl Waltheof, 23, 110, 136, 177–8, 265
-, her dau., see Alice

K.

Kaye, Col. D. R. B., 137

Keeling:
-, Austin, 40
-, Eliz., see Sawston

Keene:
-, Benj., 9, 40, 48, 85, 89, 91, 96
-, Chas. Edm. Ruck- (d. 1880), 40, 85, 94
-, Chas. Edm. Ruck- (d. 1919), 85
-, Edm., bp. of Ely, 85
-, Edm. Ruck-, 85
-, Mary, w. of Benj., 48
-, Olive Ruck-, m. N. Nightingale, 85
-, Ric., bell-founder, 79
-, Sophia Eliz., 48
-, fam., 94–5

Keir, Jos., 256

Kelly, Mrs. D., 180

Kelshall:
-, Margery of, see Warde
-, Ric. of, 250

Kelvedon (Essex), vicar of, see Breton, —

Kendall, Peter, 206

Keningham, Thos., master of Michaelhouse, 235

Kenitie, Nahum, rector of Castle Camps, 46, 101

Kent:
-, Alfred Oslar, 9
-, Benj., 9
-, John, 138, 143
-, Jos., 9
-, Rob., rector of Carlton, 156
-, Wm., archit., 64, 72

Kent, 62, 84, 86, 180
-, Tonbridge sch., headmaster of, see Grey, Nic.
-, and see Horton; Lullingstone

Kerr, Sir Hamilton, 270

Kiddy, W. S., 41

Kiddy and Samworth, 131

Kidman, fam., 121

Kilborne, Wm., rector of Bartlow, 35

Killingworth:
-, Giles, 129
-, John, 129, 131
-, Ric., 129
-, Mr., 129

Kimble, John, 160

Kimpton (Herts.), 150

Kindersley (later Kindersley-Porcher), E. L., and C. P. W., see Porcher

King:
-, Colin, 137
-, Donald, 137
-, Edw., 85
-, Ralph, 164
-, Ric., vicar of Wasenham, 218–20
-, Rob. (fl. 1346), 150
-, Rob. (d. c. 1648), 219
-, Rob. (d. 1749), 85, 98
-, Rob. (fl. 1806), 164, 166
-, Rob. Wm. (d. 1869), 137, 140
-, Rob. Wm. (d. 1920), 137
-, Sarah, w. of Edw., 85
-, Thos. Sclater, 85, 88, 207
-, Wm., w. of Rob., see Barbedor
-, fam., of Dullingham, 164 of Duxford, 211

King's College, Camb.:
-, estates, 8, 11–13, 63–4
-, fellows, see Machye

Kingsford, R. B., 258

Kingston (Mohaut of Kingston):
-, Isabel, see Clopton
-, John, 31, 40
-, Marg., 40
-, Ric., 40
-, Rob., 31, 33

Kingston (Cambs.), 205

Kirkby:
-, Alan, 62
-, Gilb. (d. by 1258), 62
-, Gilb. (d. c. 1294), 62, 66, 89
-, John (fl. 1286–1300), 25
-, John (fl. c. 1310, another), 62
-, Lora, see Ros
-, Marg., m. John Kirkby, 62, 66
-, Marg. (another), 62
-, Rog., 62
-, Wal., 62
-, Wm., 25
-, fam., 62

Kirkcudbright:
-, Adam of, 267
-, Hen. of, 267

Kirtling, 136
-, barony of, 136–7, 139, 177, 265
-, man., 265, 272
-, nonconf., 176

Kitson, Marg., m. 1 Sir Ric. Long, 2 John Bourchier, earl of Bath, 203

Knapwell:
-, Gillian of, see Camps
-, Sarah of, w. of Wm., 50 n
-, Wm. of (fl. c. 1200), 50
-, Wm. of (d. by 1242, another), 50 n, 57

Knatchbull, Rob., 138, 143

Knight:
-, John, 160
-, Sam., rector of Burrough Green, canon of Ely and Lincoln, archdeacon of Berks., 146–7

Knightley:
-, Edm., 160
-, Ursula, see Vere

Knoville:
-, Bevis de (fl. 1229), 73
-, Bevis de (d. 1338), 84
-, John de, 84
-, Marg., de, w. of John, m. 2 Sir Thos. Moigne, 84

Knyvett, Sir Edm., 51

L.

Lacy (Lacey):
-, Alice, w. of Sir Hen., m. 2 Ralph le Bret, 206
-, Hen. (fl. 1279), 268
-, Sir Hen. (d. after 1297), 206, 213– 14
-, Hen. (fl. 1307), 206
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln (d. 1311), 23
-, John, rector of St. John's, Duxford, 216
-, Maud, w. of Rob., 206
-, R. J., 142
-, Rob., 206
-, Sir Thos., 206, 214
-, fam., 142, 144, 214, 217

Lagden:
-, Hen., sr., 130
-, Hen., jr., 129
-, Hen. Allen, rector of Weston Colville and vicar of Ware, 129– 31, 189
-, Jeremiah, 4, 8–9
-, Mary, 130
-, Rob., and his w. Emma, 4
-, Mr., 132
-, fam., 9, 12, 130

Lalleford, Wm., rector of Rivenhall, 110

Lambert:
-, Hen., 26
-, John, vicar of St. John's, Duxford, rector of Weeting, 216–17

Lamott:
-, Eliz., w. of John, see Monke
-, John (fl. 1649), 203
-, John (?another), 21 n

Lamprell, C. W., rector of Little Bradley, 123

Lancashire, 139, 146

Lancaster, duchy of, steward of, see Skelton, Sir Thos.

Land Settlement Assoc., 4, 6, 13

Lane, N. C., 153

Langford Arch (in Pampisford), see Pampisford, Langford Arch

Lanvaley:
-, Christine de, w. of John, 7, 13
-, Hawise de, m. John de Burgh, 7
-, John de, 6–7, 13
-, Wm. de (d. 1204), 7
-, Wm. de (d. 1217), 7, 14

Lapidge, Edw., archit., 63

Lascelles, Hen., earl of Harewood, 174

Lavenham:
-, John, rector of West Wickham, 122
-, Thos. of, 21, 235

Law, J. A. H., vicar of Great Abington and Babraham, 16, 28 n

Lawlor:
-, (later Huddleston), Denys Alex., see Huddleston
-, Isabella Shine-, see Huddleston

Lawrence, prior of Barnwell, 267

Lawrence:
-, Adam, 89
-, Hen., 93, 193
-, Joan, see Fulwell
-, Thos., 193
-, Wm. (fl. 1541–55), 193
-, Wm. (fl. 1576, another), 193
-, fam., 89

Lawsell, fam., 153

Leader:
-, Harvey, 161
-, Miriam, see Dunn-Gardner
-, Wm., 170

leather, searchers of, 96

leatherworkers, 80, 97, 106, 109, 246– 8, 256–7

Leeds (W. Yorks., formerly W.R.), 151

Legge, Thos., master of Gonville and Caius Coll., 205

Leicester, Rog. of, 86

Leicestershire, see Belvoir; Bosworth; Holt; Loughborough; Muston; Normanton; Tickencote

Leigh:
-, Edw., Ld. Leigh (d. 1738), 54
-, Edw., Ld. Leigh (d. 1764), 54
-, Mary, see Holbeach
-, Thos., Ld. Leigh, 54

Leighs, Little (Essex), 23

leirwite, 195, 268

Lemmar (fl. 1066), 23

Lennard:
-, Francis, Ld. Dacre, 184
-, Hen., Ld. Dacre, 184
-, John, 150, 184, 187
-, Ric., Ld. Dacre, 150–1, 184–5
-, Sampson, 184
-, Thos. (d. 1674), 185
-, Thos., earl of Sussex (d. 1715), 184, 189
-, fam., Lds. Dacre, 153, 185

Lenne, Thos. of, 198

Leofflaed, dau. of Beorhtnoth, m. Oswi, 129, 172

Leofwaru, dau. of Beorhtnoth, m. Lustwine, 183

Leonard:
-, Jas., 44
-, fam., 43

Lepsi (fl. 1066), 50

Lester, Thos., bell-founder, 102, 244

letting to halves, 93

Leverer:
-, Geof., 185
-, Hugh, 185
-, John, 185
-, Ric., 185, 190
-, Rog., 151, 185
-, Thos., 185
-, Wm., 185

Lewes (Suss.):
-, battle of, 115
-, priory, 188–9
-, estates, 138, 149–50, 152, 154–5
-, prior, 125, 154–5

libraries, parochial, and reading rooms, 29, 39, 61, 70, 133, 141, 168, 183, 202, 221, 265

Lichfield, prebendary of, see Dudley, Arthur

Limbury:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Sir. Thos. Trivet, 2 Sir Thos. Swinburne, 74, 223, 235
-, Gillian, w. of Sir. Phil., 235
-, Joan, w. of Sir Phil., m. 2 Sir John Clinton, 74, 223, 235
-, John (fl. 1298), 74
-, Sir John (d. by 1343), sheriff of Cambs., 74, 235
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1367), 74, 223, 235
-, Phil. (d. 1368x87), 74
-, Wal., and his w. Eliz., 74

Lincoln, earls of, see Lacy; PelhamClinton

Lincoln:
-, bp. of, 223; and see Green, John
-, canon of, see Knight, Sam.
-, dean of, see Green, John

Lincolnshire, 197, 204; and see Axholme; Bytham; Lincoln

Lindsell, fam., 55

Linsdale, Wm., 131

Linton:
-, Rob. of, 89
-, Wal. of, 85

Linton, 1, 20, 46, 60, 65–6, 77, 80, 80–105, 82, 90, 116 n, 134–5, 164, 216, 222, 236, 251
-, adv., 99
-, agric., 2, 80, 89–96
-, alms-ho., 98, 104
-, Barham, 1, 80–1, 84, 86–7, 89, 91–4, 96–100
-, priory, 80, 87–8, 92, 99–100
-, St. Marg.'s chapel, 87, 100
-, bridges, 81, 98
-, chant., 100
-, char., 104–5
-, ch., 81, 88, 98–103, 101, 257
-, Cildeford, 1, 82
-, cts., 13, 85, 91, 96–8, 213
-, curates, 100–1
-, dom. archit., 82
-, fairs, 2, 80, 96
-, farms, 82, 93–5
-, fields, 91–2
-, glebe, 88–9, 94, 99
-, Great, 1, 81, 84–5, 91, 96–7
-, guildhall, 98, 100, 104
-, guilds, 100, 102, 104
-, hearth tax, 278–80
-, inc., 80, 82, 89, 91–4, 100
-, ind., 80, 96–7
-, inns, 83
-, Little, 1, 81, 84, 86, 91, 93, 97, 99– 100
-, man., 40, 52 n, 62, 66, 81, 81, 84–9, 193, 205, 207
-, man.-ho., 82, 85–8
-, mkt., 2, 80, 96
-, mills, 81, 95–6
-, nonconf., 18, 33, 35, 47, 59, 69, 79, 103, 123, 134, 245
-, par. officers, 98
-, pk., 91, 99
-, police sta., 99
-, poor-relief, 98–9
-, pop., 2, 81
-, prehist. rem., 81
-, priory, 80, 88–9, 122
-, priors, 88, 99
-, rly. sta., 83
-, rectors, 35
-, rectory, 88–9, 99–100, 102
-, roads, 81–3, 98
-, Rom. rem., 81
-, St. James's chapel, 100
-, sch., 36, 83, 101, 104, 111
-, sports ground, 99
-, streams, 81
-, tithes, 88–9, 99–100
-, town ho., 98
-, vicarage, 99–101
-, ho., 100
-, vicars, 99–101, 104; and see Fisher, Edm.; Lonsdale
-, village coll., 19, 36, 48, 80, 83, 103–4, 124, 135, 147, 190, 198
-, woodland, 81
-, workho., 14, 82 n, 83, 98–9, 101

Linton Chalk and Whiting Co., 97

Linton Milling and Corn Co., 95

Linton poor-law union, 14, 27, 30, 33, 45, 56, 67, 77, 99, 110, 121, 132, 154, 188, 197, 213, 227, 242, 258, 271

Linton R.D., 14, 45, 56, 67, 99, 110, 121, 132, 154, 188, 213, 227, 258, 271

Little, Thos., see Bridge Little

Livermore, Wm., 95

Lloyd:
-, Fulk, rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 216
-, Hen., vicar of Babraham, Regius prof. of Hebrew, Camb., 28 —, dean (?John, dean of St. Asaph), 251

Lockton:
-, Edw., vicar of Linton, 100
-, Eliz., w. of Rob., 24
-, Ellen, see Alington
-, Geof., 87
-, John, 87, 108
-, Rob., 24, 87, 267
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1448), 267
-, Thos. (fl. 1472, another), 267
-, Wal., 87, 267

London, Edm. of, rector of Whittlesford, 272

London, 26, 78, 87, 104, 197, 212, 231, 238, 241, 251, 256, 270
-, aldermen of, see Deane, Sir Jas.; Gardiner, Ric.
-, bell-foundries, 35, 38, 102, 112, 123, 134, 169, 190, 244
-, bp. of, 242, and see Theodred
-, Charterhouse, 40, 45, 48, 77–8, 116, 117 n, 133, 135
-, estates, 39, 42–4, 71, 129, 131
-, master, see Ramsden patronage of, 132 sch., 45
-, headmaster, see Grey, Nic.
-, Greenwich hospital, 78
-, chaplain of, see Maule
-, lord mayors of, see Browne, Sir Wm.; Shaa; Skinner, Thos.; Soame, Sir Steph.
-, Merchant Taylors school, headmaster of, see Grey, Nic.
-, persons from, 5–6, 39, 54, 63, 85, 116, 160, 162, 184, 192, 208, 233, 235, 237
-, St. Bartholomew's hospital, 130 estates, 117
-, St. Kath.'s Coll. by the Tower, master of, see Breton, Wm.
-, St. Martin's-le-Grand, 233 canons of, 208
-, and see Camberwell; Hackney; Tottenham Hale; Vauxhall; Westminster

Lone, John, 88–9, 102, 104

Long:
-, Beeston, 204
-, C. L., 150, 153
-, Chas., Ld. Farnborough, 40, 204, 211
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Russell, Ld. Russell of Thornhaugh, 203
-, Eliz., w. of Hen., m. 2 Sir Chas. Morrison, 258
-, Hanslip, sr., 129
-, Hanslip, jr., 129
-, Hen., 203, 211, 258
-, Marg., see Kitson
-, Mildred, w. of Hanslip, 129
-, Sir Ric., 143, 203, 252
-, W. G., 204
-, Wm. (fl. 1810), 153
-, Wm. (d. 1875), 204, 217
-, Wm. Beeston, 204
-, Wm. Evelyn, 204
-, fam., 252
-, of Brinkley, 153

Longspee:
-, Idony, see Camville
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1226), 61
-, Wm. (d. 1250), 61
-, fam., 61

Lonsdale:
-, Chris., vicar of Linton, 87–8
-, Sarah, see Millicent

Lopham:
-, John, 150
-, Thos., 150

Lord, John, 104

Lord Chancellor, patronage of, 227, 242

Lorrainer, Gerard the, see Gerard

Loughborough (Leics.), bell-foundry, 47, 69

Lounde:
-, Ric. (d. 1546), 211
-, Ric. (fl. 1546), 211

Love:
-, Grace, w. of Ric., 206, 214
-, John, 206
-, Ric., master of Corpus Christi Coll., 206, 214

Love, see Family of Love

Lovell:
-, Francis, 116
-, Sir Gregory (d. c. 1504), 116
-, Gregory (d. 1597), 116
-, Isabel, see Ros
-, John, 116
-, Sir Rob., 116
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1524), 116
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1567), 116
-, fam., 116 n

Lovetot, Sir John, 221

Lovett, Rog., 207

Lowther, Wm., Vct. Lowther, 194

Lucas:
-, Edw., and his w., 8
-, Ric., 8

Lucy:
-, Ada de, w. of Ric., m. 2 Thos. de Multon, 232
-, Alice de, m. Alan de Multon, 232–3
-, Amabel de, m. Lambert de Multon, 232
-, Ant. de, 233
-, Marg. de, see Multon
-, Reynold de, 232
-, Ric. de (fl. 1178), 232
-, Ric. de (d. 1213), 232–3
-, Rog. de, 232
-, Thos. de, 233

Ludham:
-, Ric. of, rector of Pampisford, 111
-, Rob., 107, 110

Lullingstone (Kent), 62 n

Lund, Arthur, vicar of Ickleton, 243

Lustwine, 141, 183
-, his w., see Leofwaru

Luther, John, 22

Lymbergh, Tideman de, 249

M.

Mabbutt, fam., 65

Macdonald-Buchanan, Hon. Mrs., 174

Machell:
-, John, 24–5, 222, 225–6
-, fam., 222

Machye, Thos., vicar of Whittlesford, fellow of King's Coll., headmaster of Eton, 272

Madfrey (Matfrey):
-, Hen. (fl. c. 1200), 162
-, Hen. (d. 1296), 162–3
-, John (fl. 1305), 162
-, John (d. after 1339, ?another), 162
-, Ralph, 162
-, Ric., 162

Mafred, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Magdalene College, Camb.:
-, master, see Smith, Hen.
-, president, see Beaty

Maisterman, Ric., 258

Maitland (formerly Gee), Arthur, see Gee

Malet:
-, Alice, w. of Gilb., see Picot
-, Alice, w. of Wm., m. 2 John Bisset, 159
-, Gilb., 159
-, Helewise, m. Hugh Poyntz, 160
-, Mabel, m. Hugh de Vivonne, 160
-, Rob. (fl. 1130–51), 159, 167
-, Rob., ld. of Eye (another), 159 n
-, Wm. (d. 1169), 159
-, Wm. (d. 1215), 159–60
-, fam., 159

malting, 33, 109, 138, 166, 225, 238, 270

Malying, Thos., 97

Manchester, dean of, see Herbert, Wm.

Mandeville:
-, Beatrice de, 84
-, Christine de, see FitzWalter
-, Geof. de (fl. 1086), 251
-, Geof. de, earl of Essex (d. 1144), 232, 251
-, Hawise de, see Hawise
-, Maud de, m. Humph. de Bohun, earl of Essex, 251
-, Wm. de, earl of Essex (d. 1189), 84
-, Wm. de, earl of Essex (d. 1227), 180
-, fam., 251

Mandeville, honor of, 257

Manners:
-, Sir Baldwin de, and his w. Joan, 117
-, fam., lds. Ros, earls and dukes of Rutland, 203

Manny, Sir Wal., and his w., 116–17

Mapletoft:
-, Edm. (d. 1750), rector of Bartlow, 32, 34–5
-, his w., 32
-, Edm. (d. 1772), rector of Bartlow, vicar of Pampisford, 32, 34–5, 111
-, Edm. (d. 1805), rector of Bartlow, vicar of Pampisford, 35, 111
-, Eliz. (?w. of Edm.), 31–2, 34
-, Mat., vicar of Pampisford, 111
-, Rob., 34 n
-, Wm., 34

March, Eliz., 140

Mareys:
-, John, 186
-, fam., 185–6

Maris, fam., 97

Markby, W. H., rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 215

market, clerks of the, 96

market-gardening and smallholdings, 13, 144, 196, 240, 270

markets, see Abington, Great and Little; Babraham; Balsham; Brinkley; Hildersham; Ickleton; Linton; Whittlesford

Markham:
-, Sir Griffin, 39
-, Thos., 39

Markyate (Beds.), priory, 138

Marnock, G., 107

Mars:
-, John, 8
-, Marg., m. Nic. Smith, 8
-, Wm., 8

Marsh:
-, Edw., 106
-, Grace, see Parker
-, Ric, 159, 174
-, Thos. (d. 1587), 106
-, Thos. (d. 1624), sheriff of Cambs., 106
-, Thos. (d. 1657), sheriff of Cambs., 106
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1677), 106
-, fam., 77

Marsh (Som.), 149

Marshal, earls, see Bigod

marshal, Gerald the, 115–16 n
-, his granddau., Iseult, m. Wm. Russell, 115
-, his s., Jordan, 116 n
-, his s., Rog., 115
-, his s., Thos., 116 n

Marshall (Marshal):
-, Sir Arthur, 72
-, Eve, m. Wm. de Braose, 204
-, Maud, m. Hugh Bigod, 204
-, Ric, earl of Pembroke (d. 1234), 73
-, Ric. (fl. 1543–4), vicar of Sawston, 259
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1219), 204
-, Wm. (fl. 1526), vicar of Sawston, 259
-, fam., earls of Pembroke, 73, 204

Martin:
-, John (fl. 1279–1303), 107–8
-, John (fl. 1346), 84
-, John (fl. 1346, ?two of this name), 107
-, John (fl. 1524), 11
-, John (d. 1685), see Wignold
-, Lettice, 219, 229, 245, 276

Martindale:
-, Chas., 255–6
-, Eliz., w. of Chas., 256

Martyrs' Memorial Trust, 15

Mary I, 250–1

Mary, ctss. of Norfolk, 67, 167

Maryborough, Ld., see Wellesley-Pole

Masham (N. Yorks., formerly N.R.), 142

Master:
-, Anne, 193
-, Roland, 193

Masterson, Wm., rector of Horseheath, 78

Matfrey, see Madfrey

Matthews, Geo., 130

Maud, queen of Wm. I, 149

Maud, queen of King Stephen, dau. of Eustace, count of Boulogne, 232

Mauger son of Reyner, 72
-, his s., see Reyner

Maule, John, rector of Horseheath, chaplain of Greenwich hospital, 78, 123

Maulkin:
-, L. E., 141
-, M. E., 141

Mautein, Alfred, 84

May:
-, Hugh, archit., 25
-, Wm., rector of Balsham, abp. elect of York, 133

Mayling, Thos., 97

Maynard:
-, Albert, 268
-, Alice, see Rixpand
-, Hen., Vct. Maynard, 33
-, R. J., 268, 270
-, Rob. (d. 1883), 265, 268, 270
-, Rob. (fl. 1883), 270
-, Wm., Ld. Maynard (d. 1640), 40
-, Wm., Ld. Maynard (d. 1699), 40
-, fam., 268, 273–4, 276

Meade:
-, Edw. (d. 1577), 208
-, Edw. (fl. 1594), 208
-, John (d. 1638), 208
-, John (fl. 1676), 208
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1617), 208
-, Thos. (d. 1678), 208

Mears:
-, C, bell-founder, 112
-, G., bell-founder, 112
-, Thos., bell-founder, 17, 58, 112, 169, 190

Mears and Stainbank, bell-founders, 260

Melling, Sir Peter of, and his w. Joan, 71

Mendham, Ralph, rector of Hargham, 235

Menfrey, Nic., prior of Linton, 88

Mercia, earl of, see Alfgar

Merck:
-, Adeline of, see Ardres
-, Arnold of, 204
-, Christine of, m. Baldwin, count of Guisnes, 204

Meriet:
-, Eleanor, see Beauchamp
-, John, 160

Meriton, Hen., rector of Oxburgh, 225

Merser:
-, A., 180
-, R., 180

Mersey:
-, Adam, 73
-, John(fl. 1366), 85
-, John (Panother), 73
-, Nic. (d. by 1294), 73
-, Nic. (fl. 1348), 73

Messager, Thos., 54

métayage, see letting to halves

Metcalfe, Humph., 208

Methodists, 29, 79, 103, 123, 134, 157, 169, 176, 181, 190, 229, 245, 261–2, 274–5

Methwold:
-, Joan, see Boure
-, Ric. (d. 1485), 73
-, Ric. (d. 1512), 73
-, Wm., 73

Michael son of Henry, 74

Michaelhouse, Camb., see Trinity College

Middlesex, see Hackney; Tottenham Hale

Middleton, Conyers, and his w. Anne, 63

Mildenhall (Suff.), 169

Mildmay:
-, Hen., 205
-, Jane, see Brown

Miles, Jonathan, 224

Mileson:
-, Agatha, m. Thos. Edgar, 162
-, Borrowdale, 162, 167, 169–70
-, Edm., 160, 162, 167–8
-, fam., 167

Miller:
-, Lady E. F., 63
-, Edw., 277

Millicent:
-, Alice, w. of John, 102
-, Amphelise, w. of Sir Rog., 87
-, Chas., 87
-, Douglas, w. of Rob., 87, 102
-, John (d. 1511), 102
-, John (d. 1577), 87–8, 92–3, 102, 104
-, Sir John (d. 1641), 88
-, John (d. 1686), 83, 87, 96, 102
-, John (d. 1716), 87
-, John (d. 1734), 87
-, Ric, 88
-, Rob. (d. 1609), 87, 91–3, 98
-, Rob. (d. 1631), 87
-, Rob. (d. 1741), 87, 97
-, Sir Rog., 87, 93
-, Sarah, w. of Rob., m. 2 Chris. Lonsdale, 87–8, 102
-, Thos. (fl. 1466), 100
-, Thos. (d. 1549), 87–8, 104
-, Wm., 104
-, fam., 87–8, 97, 102

Millom (Cumb.), 250

Mills, Sam., rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 216

mills, see under parishes

Milward, John, vicar of Dullingham, 168

mineral water, manufacture of, 247–8 257

Miniac:
-, Geof. de, 54
-, John de, 54
-, Wm. de (fl. 1166), 54
-, Wm. de (fl. 1247), 54

Ministry of Defence, 202

Mint, Master of, see Slingsby, Hen.

Misterton:
-, Marg., see Tuddenham
-, Thos., 7

Mitchell:
-, Jas., 21
-, Jane, see Bennet
-, Wm., 21–2

Mohaut, see Kingston

Mohun:
-, And. de (d. by 1309), 137, 161
-, And. de (fl. 1322), 161–2
-, And. de (fl. 1380), 162
-, And. de (fl. 1346–55, Panother), 162
-, Godehold de, see Tony
-, John de (fl. 1201), 136–7
-, John de (d. 1375), 137
-, John de (fl. 1386), 162
-, Maud de, see Scalers
-, Philippa de, m. 2 Sir John Golafre, 137
-, Reynold de, 136
-, Wm. de (fl. 1160), 136
-, Wm. de (d. by 1208), 136
-, Wm. de (fl. 1230–61), 137–9

Moigne:
-, Marg., see Knoville
-, Sir Thos., 84
-, and see Moyne

molmen, 42, 130

Monke:
-, Eliz., w. of Levinus, m. 2 John Lamott, 21, 29
-, Levinus, 21 n

Montagu:
-, Kath. de, ctss. of Salisbury, 46
-, V. A., 209

Montagu, marquess of, see Neville

Monteny, Rob. de, 252

Montfort, Ld., see Bromley

Montmorillon (Vienne, France), hospital, 234
-, estates of, 238

Moore:
-, Elijah, 166
-, Joyce, see Huntingdon
-, Rob., 89
-, Sam., 89
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1554), 252
-, Thos. (d. c. 1711), 89
-, Thos. (fl. 1778), 89, 91
-, fam., of Dullingham, 166

Mordaunt, Hen., 208

Morden, see Steeple Morden

Morin (fl. 1086), 86

Morpeth, Ld., see Howard

Morris:
-, Marg., see Carewe
-, Wm., 236

Morrison:
-, Sir Chas., and his w. Dorothy, 258
-, Eliz., see Long

Mortain, count of, see Robert

Mortimer:
-, Ralph, 23
-, Sir Wm., 51, 205
-, fam., 217
-, of Wigmore, 23

Mortlock:
-, Alice, 4–6
-, Edm. Davy, rector of Great Abington, 6, 16
-, Edm. John, 4, 6, 8, 15, 18, 108, 110
-, Fred. Cheetham, 6
-, John (d. 1613), 109
-, John (d. 1816), 6, 8, 12, 62, 65, 108–9
-, John Fred., 6
-, Thos., 6, 8, 15–16, 108
-, fam., 6, 9, 108, 110

Morton, Thos., rector of Brinkley, 139

Moulton, John, 194

Mounay, Alan de, and his w. Mary, 86 n

Mounpellers, Thos., 22

Mountjoy, Ld., see Blount

Mowbray:
-, Constance, see Holland
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., duke of Norfolk, 236
-, John (d. 1368), 235
-, John (d. 1383), 235
-, John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1461), 236
-, John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1476), and his w. Eliz., 236
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1399), 235–6
-, Thos., earl of Norfolk (d. 1405), 236
-, fam., 235

Moyne:
-, John le (d. 1274), 185
-, Sir John le (d. after 1316), 185
-, Maud le, w. of John, 185
-, and see Moigne

Mucegros:
-, Agatha de., m. — Ratingden, 222
-, Alice de, m. Ralph de Dive, 222
-, Alice de, w. of Ric, see Dive
-, Asceline de, see Dive
-, John de, 222
-, Ric. de, 222
-, Rob. de (d. 1254), 222
-, Rob. de (d. by 1281), 222 n
-, Sim. de, 222

Mullin, Jas., 180

Multon:
-, Ada de, see Lucy
-, Alice de, w. of Alan, see Lucy
-, Alice de, w. of John, 232
-, Amabel de, see Lucy
-, John de, 232
-, Lambert de, 232
-, Marg. de, m. Thos. de Lucy, 232–3
-, Thos. de (d. 1294), 232–3, 235
-, Thos. de (d. 1322), 232
-, fam., 233, 235; and see Lucy

Mundy, Percy Chas. Dryden, 234

Munfitchet:
-, Margery de, 50
-, Philippa de, m. Hugh de Plaiz, 50
-, Ric. de, 50
-, Wm. de, 50
-, fam., 50, 208

Murriell, Thos., rector of Hildersham, archdeacon of Norfolk, 68

Muschet:
-, Sir Geo., 266
-, Sir John, 266
-, Sir Ric, 266
-, Wm., 266

Musters, John de, 185

Muston (Leics.), 203

Mutlow hill (in Fulbourn), see Fulbourn, Mutlow hill

Mutlowe moor (in Whittlesford), see Whittlesford, Mutlowe moor

Myn, Hen., rector of Balsham, 133

Mynott:
-, Barnaby (d. 1599), 52
-, Barnaby (d. c. 1680), 52
-, Edw., and his w., 52
-, Jas., 52
-, John (d. 1589), 52
-, John (d. 1630), and his w., 52
-, Phil., 77
-, Wm. (fl. 1524), 55
-, Wm. (fl. 1592), 52
-, fam., 55

N.

Nailinghurst:
-, Rob., 41
-, Thos., 41

Narford:
-, Parnel of, see Vaux
-, Wm. of, 14

Nash:
-, Anne, see Hollick
-, Chas., 223, 229
-, Chas. Herbert, 223
-, Wedd Wm., 223–4, 226, 229
-, fam., 223–4, 229
-, of Carlton, 153

Nasmith, Jas., sequestrator of Hinxton, 228

National Society, 48, 59, 124, 140, 219, 262

National Stud, 171, 174

Natures:
-, And., rector of Carlton, 155
-, Edm., rector of Weston Colville, master of Clare Coll., 155, 189

Nawney (Norney), hamlet, see Brinkley, Norney

Nazeing (Essex), vicar of, see Salt, Thos.

Neale, Francis, 224

Needham, Francis, 129

Nelson, Ric, vicar of Sawston, 259 n

Neville:
-, Cath., m. Hen. Percy, earl of Northumberland, 160
-, Clement, 40
-, Dorothy, see Vere
-, Eliz., m. Thos., Ld. Scrope, 142
-, Hen., earl of Westmorland, 155
-, Isabel, m. 1 Wm. Huddleston, 2 Sir Wm. Smith, 31, 250
-, Isabel, w. of John, see Ingoldisthorpe
-, John, marquess of Montagu (d. 1471), 142, 250
-, John, Ld. Latimer (d. 1577), 160
-, Phil, de, 235
-, Rog. de, 235, 238
-, Sir Thos., 40
-, Wm., 40
-, fam., of Holt, 47

Newberry, Chas., 224

Newcastle (? Northumb. or Staffs.), 123

Newcome, F. P., 9

Newcomen, Thos., vicar of Linton, 100

Newman, Thos., bell-founder, 140, 244

Newmarket (Suff.), 126, 142, 144, 158, 166, 168, 174, 180, 202, 250
-, ch. (St. Mary's), 16, 123
-, cts., 125, 187–8, 196
-, Heath, 159, 170–1, 175, 202
-, race-course, 159, 171, 174, 191
-, rector (All Sts.), see Barker, Jas.
-, road to, from Linton, 82, 126, 128
-, from London, 125, 141, 191
-, from Royston, 105, 202, 221, 263–5

Newmarket poor-law union, 139, 145, 166–7, 174, 179

Newmarket R.D., 139, 145, 167, 174, 176, 179

Newport (Essex), sch., headmaster of, see Buck, Jas.

Newton, John, 272, 274
-, his wives, 274

Newton, 266

New York, 111

New Zealand, 72

Nice, fam., 153

Nichol, Marg., m. Thos. Brand, 150

Nicholls:
-, F. S., 95
-, fam., 95

Nicholson, Ric, bell-founder, 176

Niel, bp. of Ely, 106, 110, 116, 172 197

Nightingale:
-, N., 85
-, Olive, see Keene

Noble, Sir Alan, 142

nonconformity, see Baptists; Congregationalists; Family of Love; Independents; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Roman Catholics; Salvation Army; United Reformed Church

Norbury:
-, Alice, see Croyser
-, Sir Hen., 205
-, Sir John, 205

Norfolk:
-, ctss. of, see Mary
-, dukes of, see Howard; Mowbray
-, earls of, see Bigod; Mowbray

Norfolk, 21, 28, 103, 250
-, archdeacon of, see Murriell
-, Hargham, rector of, see Mendham
-, Oxburgh, rectors, see Bedingfield, Rob.; Meriton
-, Wasenham, vicar of, see King, Ric.
-, Weeting, rector of, see Lambert, John
-, and see Acre, Castle; Binham; Blackborough; Dereham, West; Norwich; Pentney; Pudding Norton; Thetford; Thompson; Witchingham; Wormegay

Normanton (Leics.), 203

Norney (Nawney), hamlet, in Brinkley, see Brinkley, Norney

North:
-, Dudley, Ld. North (d. 1666), 139, 172
-, Sir Dudley (d. 1691), 143
-, Edw., Ld. North, 139, 143, 172
-, Francis, earl of Guilford, 137
-, Sir John, 175
-, Rog., Ld. North, 162, 172–3
-, fam., lds. North, 137, 139, 265

Northampton, earls of, see Compton

Northamptonshire, 26; and see Addington, Great; Easton Maudit

Northo (in Shudy Camps), see Camps, Shudy, Northo

Northumberland:
-, duke of, see Dudley
-, earls of, see Percy

Northumberland:
-, archdeacon of, see Raymond, W. F.
-, and see Newcastle

Northwood:
-, John (fl. 1290), 84
-, John (d. by 1318, another), and his w. Mary, 84

Norton:
-, Mary, m. Sir Edw. Hinde, 224
-, Thos., 224

Norwich (Norf.), bell-foundry, 244

Nosterfield, Norman of, 52, 73

Nosterfield (in Shudy Camps), see Camps, Shudy, Nosterfield

Nottingham, earl of, see Finch

Nottinghamshire, 139

Nunn, Wm., 224

Nutter, Jas., 256

O.

O'Brien:
-, Geo., earl of Egremont, 233
-, Hen., earl of Thomond, 233
-, (formerly Wyndham), Percy, earl of Thomond, 233

Oburville, Siric de, 172

officers, less common, see ale-tasters; field-reeve; haywards; herdsman; leather; market; pinders

Offord:
-, John, 80
-, John (two of this name), 80 n
-, fam., 63

Okes, Abraham, vicar of Shudy Camps and Haverhill, rector of Withersfield, 58

Oky, Maud, see Stevene

Old river, see Granta

Oldale, John, 40

Olmstead:
-, John of (fl. before 1259), 41
-, John of (d. 1312), 41 n
-, John of (fl. 1348), 41
-, Maurice of, 41
-, Rob. of, 41
-, Wm. of (fl. 1269), 41
-, Wm. of (fl. 1312), 41 n
-, Wm. (fl. 1417), 41

Olmstead (in Castle Camps), see Camps, Castle, Olmstead

orchards and fruit-farming, 44, 144, 166, 268

Orford, earl of, see Russell

Orgar (fl. 1066), 249

Osborne, Ld. Francis Godolphin, 194

Oslac, 162

Oslar, John Alfred, and his w., 209

Osmele, John of, rector of Balsham, archdeacon of Ely, 133

Osmond:
-, Alan, 73
-, Alice, m. Wm. le Harper, 73

Oswi, 129, 172
-, his daus., see Alfwenne; Alfwith
-, his w., see Leofflaed

Ottwar, John, 14

Owen, Nic, 260–1

Oxburgh (Norf.), rectors, see Bedingfield, Rob.; Meriton

Oxcroft, Steph. of, 193

Oxcroft (in West Wratting), see Wratting, West, Oxcroft

Oxford, Steph. of, 73

Oxford, earls of, see Vere

Oxford Movement, 259

Oxfordshire, see Abingdon; Henley

P.

Pack, Thos., bell-founder, 102, 134, 244

Packard & Fison, 271

Padloe End (in Burrough Green), see Burrough Green, Padloe End

Page, Dorothy, see Bennet

Pain (fl. 1086), 207

Palavicino:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Horatio, m. 2 Sir Oliver Cromwell, 24
-, Sir Hen., 21, 23, 29
-, Sir Horatio, 11, 21, 24–5, 27–8
-, Tobias, 21–2, 24

Palmer:
-, J. F., rector of Burrough Green, 146
-, Ric, 154
-, Sir Rog. W. H., 172–3
-, Thos., vicar of Hinxton, 228
-, Wm. Mortlock, 84

Pampesworth, see Pampisford

Pampisford:
-, Eliz. of, see Cifrewast
-, Thos. of, 23–4
-, Wal. of, 106

Pampisford, 1, 6, 20, 25, 105–12, 193, 204, 252, 259, 262, 273
-, adv., 108, 110
-, agric., 108–9
-, Bourn Bridge, q.v.
-, chant., 111
-, chaplains, 111
-, char., 109, 112–13
-, ch. 17, 105–6, 110–12
-, cts., 110
-, curates, 111–12
-, dom. archit., 106
-, farms, 108–9
-, fields, 108
-, glebe, 108, 111
-, guilds, 111
-, Hall, 105, 107, 109, 113, 234
-, hearth tax, 278–80
-, inc., 105, 107–9, 111, 113, 255
-, ind., 106, 109–10, 193
-, inns, 105–6
-, Langford Arch, 106, 109, 256
-, man., 63, 77, 106–8, 110
-, man.-ho., 107
-, mills, 109, 111
-, nonconf., 112
-, pk., 105, 107, 109
-, poor-relief, 110, 112–13
-, pop., 105
-, rly. sta., 105–6
-, rectors, 111
-, rectory, 108, 110–11
-, roads, 105
-, sch., 106, 112–13
-, tithes, 108, 110–11
-, vicarage, 28, 108, 110–12
-, ho., 105–6, 111–12
-, vicars, 106, 109–12, 262

Panada (Thrace), bp. of, see Grant, Wm.

pannage, 130, 144

Pantfield, fam., 54

paper-making, 109, 200, 212, 246–8, 255–6

parchment-making, 200, 246–7, 256

parish halls, see village and parish halls

Parker:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Hamond, 106–7
-, Grace (fl. 1701), w. of —, m. 2 Edw. Marsh, 106
-, Grace (d. 1781), 106–7
-, Wm. (d. 1728), and his w. Eliz., 106
-, Wm. (d. 1776), 106, 234

Parker Hamond, see Hamond

Parsons:
-, A. C., 72
-, Chris., 76
-, H. W., 72
-, T. Wayman, 72, 76

Parys:
-, Anne, w. of John, m. 2 Sir Jos. Colston, 62, 64, 85, 207
-, Cath. (fl. 1409), w. of Rob., 13
-, Cath. (d. after 1412, another), 62, 193
-, Chas., 67, 85, 214
-, Eleanor, w. of Rob., 68
-, Eliz. (fl. 1544), w. of — Parys, m. 2 Sir Wm. Cavendish, 62
-, Eliz. (fl. c. 1590), 103
-, Ferdinand, 9, 85, 93, 103, 193, 251–2
-, Frances, w. of Ferdinand, 103
-, Hen. (d. 1427), 62, 68, 85, 193, 207
-, Hen. (d. 1466), 68, 85, 100
-, John (d. 1517), 8, 62, 67, 85, 252
-, John (d. 1667), 62, 85
-, Marg., see Huntingdon
-, Margery, w. of Hen., 68, 193
-, Nic, 13, 62, 85, 87–8, 102, 207
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1558), 8–9, 13–15, 53, 62, 85, 87, 93, 99, 103–4, 193, 252
-, Phil. (d. 1617), 85, 93, 103, 214
-, Phil. (d. 1672), 62, 85, 89, 207
-, Rob. (d. c. 1377), 8, 62, 68, 85, 207, 214
-, Rob. (d. 1408), 13, 62, 85, 193
-, Rob. (d. by 1408, another), 62
-, Rob. (d. 1504), 85, 88, 93
-, Rob. (d. 1572), 9, 85
-, Wm., 102
-, fam., 8, 11, 14, 62–3, 66–7, 83, 85–6, 88, 93, 99, 102–3, 191, 193, 207, 214

Patmer:
-, Alice, w. of Phil., 172
-, Hen., 172
-, John, sr., 172
-, John, jr., 172
-, Phil., 172
-, Wal., 172

Patterson, H. S., rector of Bartlow, 34

Paulet:
-, Bernard, 54
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Holbeach, 54
-, Giles (d. 1579), 54
-, Giles (fl. 1656), 54
-, Mary, see Trapps
-, Wm., marquess of Winchester (d. 1572), 54
-, Wm. (d. 1638), 54
-, Wm. (fl. 1656), 54

Pauly, John, 236

Pauncefoot:
-, Clemence, w. of Grimbald, 67
-, Emery, 61
-, Grimbald (d. 1287), 61, 64, 67
-, Grimbald (d. 1314), 61, 66–7
-, Isabel, see Grimbald
-, Ric., 61

Paxton, John, 243, 262

Payn, Thos., 85

Pearson (Pierson):
-, E. L., vicar of Little Abington, rector of Castle Camps, 16, 47
-, Geo., rector of Castle Camps, 46, 48
-, Jas. 6

Peasants' Revolt, disturbances during, 83, 106, 129, 192, 207, 210, 232

Pecche:
-, Sir Emery, 72, 115, 118, 121
-, Geof., 193
-, Gilb., 193
-, Hamon, 193

Pecke:
-, John, 202
-, fam., 202

Pelham, John, rector of West Wickham, 122

Pelham-Clinton, Thos., earl of Lincoln, and his w. Anna Maria, 35

Pemberton, Chris., 266

Pembroke, earls of, see Marshal; Valence

Pembroke College, Camb., 96, 98– 100, 102, 254
-, estates, 74–6, 87–9, 94–5, 104, 118, 120, 143–4, 251, 267, 269
-, fellows, 74, 101; and see Ashton
-, master, 88

Pentney (Norf.), priory, 14–15

People's Refreshment House Assoc., 4

Percival, T. C., rector of Horseheath, 79

Percy:
-, Cath., see Neville
-, Geof. de, 62
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1585), 160
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1632), 160
-, Maud de, see Ros
-, Sir Rob., 5, 39

Perne:
-, And. (d. 1588), rector of Balsham, dean of Ely, master of Peterhouse, 133, 135, 192, 194, 198
-, And. (fl. 1592), 194
-, And. (d. 1679), 194, 198
-, And. (d. 1771), 9, 194
-, And. (d. 1772), 194
-, And. (d. 1807), 9, 12, 15, 68, 194
-, his w., 194
-, Chester, 9, 194
-, Heigham, rector of Brinkley, 139
-, John (d. 1592), 194
-, John (d. 1715), 9, 194
-, John (d. 1770), 9, 194
-, John Chester, 8–9, 194, 196
-, Susan, w. of And., 9, 15
-, fam., 9, 18

Perry:
-, Chas., and his w., 57
-, Geo., vicar of Shudy Camps, 58

Persfield, John, 45

Pertwee and Hast, archit., 58

Peterborough, bp. of, 242

Peterhouse, Camb., 128, 193, 196
-, estates, 143–4, 192, 196
-, fellows, 133
-, masters, see Burgoyne, Wm.; Perne, And.; Richardson, John

Petre, Rob. Edw., Ld. Petre, 62

Pettit (Petyt):
-, Ellen, see Saville
-, John, vicar of Shudy Camps, 57
-, Ric., 206
-, Wm., 42
-, fam., 42

Peverel:
-, Asceline, m. Geof. de Waterville, 221–2
-, Cecily, see Sandford
-, Denise, m. John de la Rivere, 116
-, Hugh (d. 1229), 116
-, Hugh (d. 1233), 116 n
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1296), 116, 119, 121
-, Joan, m. Sir John Wroxall, 116–17
-, Margery, 116
-, Thos. (d. 1242), 116
-, Thos. (d. 1300), 116
-, Wm. (d. after 1147), 221
-, Wm. (d. 1241), 116
-, fam., 221

Philip II, king of Spain, 250

Phillips (Philips):
-, Eliz., 180
-, Nic., vicar of Dullingham, 168
-, P. R., vicar of Babraham, rector of Hildersham, 28 n, 67

Philpot, Rog., 137

Phoenix Tinsel Products Ltd., 270–1

Picot, sheriff of Cambs., 5, 22, 107, 110, 221, 225, 227

Picot:
-, Alice, m. Gilb. Malet, 159
-, Eugenia, m. Thos. s. of Bernard, 159
-, Ralph, 159

Pierson, see Pearson

pigeon-houses, see dovecots

pig-farming, 13, 26, 225, 240, 253, 255, 268

Pigott:
-, Ada, m. John Dunn-Gardner. 161
-, (later Jeaffreson, Robinson), Chris. Wm. 161
-, Harriet, see Jeaffreson
-, Wm., 161

pillory, 166, 187, 241, 271

pinders, 14, 56, 66, 110, 121, 132, 145, 154, 174, 196, 242, 247

Piper, John, 28

Pirot (fl. 1086), 23, 107, 249, 253, 255

Pirot:
-, Cath., m. Hen. Wardedieu, 249
-, Eliz., w. of Sim., m. 2 Wm. Warde, 249
-, Emma, m. Rob. Deddam, 249–50
-, Joan, w. of Ralph, m. 2 Ric. Attaneston, 249
-, Ralph (fl. 1162), 23
-, Ralph (fl. 1162–95, another), 23, 258
-, Ralph (d. 1222), 249
-, Ralph (d. 1252), 249, 251
-, Ralph (d. 1305), 249, 251, 253
-, Ric., 249
-, Sim., 249
-, fam., 258

Pitt, John, earl of Chatham, 6

Plaiz:
-, Giles de, and his w. Joan, 50
-, Hugh de, 50
-, John de, 50
-, Marg. de, m. Sir John Howard, 50
-, Philippa de, see Munfitchet
-, Ric. de, 50
-, fam., 208

Playters:
-, Mary, m. John Tilney, 274 n
-, Wm., 274 n
-, fam., 274

Pleasant, Hen., bell-founder, 123

Plessy:
-, Rob. de (d. 1294), 73
-, Rob. de (d. 1301), 73 n

Plume, Thos., archdeacon of Rochester, 130

Plumptre, Jas., sequestrator of Hinxton, 228–9

Pole:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Hildersham, 173
-, Sir Edm. de la, 249–50
-, Eliz. de la, w. of Sir Wal., 250
-, Marg. de la, m. Thos. Ingoldisthorpe, 250
-, Marg. de la, w. of Sir Wal., 250, 257
-, Maud de la, w. of Sir Edm., 249– 50
-, Mic. de la, earl of Suffolk, 249
-, Reginald, Cardinal, abp. of Canterbury, 173
-, Thos. de la, 249
-, Sir Wal. de la, 250
-, Wellesley-Pole, see Wellesley
-, Wm. de la, earl of Suffolk, 159

Pollard (formerly Carter), see Carter

Pollexfen, Nic., 208

Poole, Rob., vicar of Stetchworth, 175

Poor:
-, Baldwin le, 73
-, Hen. le, 73
-, Hubert le, 73

Poor Law Board, 198

Porcher:
-, C. P. W. Kindersley-, 142
-, Chas., 141–2
-, E. L. Kindersley, 142
-, Elinor, see Redhead

Portman, Wyndham B., 158

Potto, Thos., 251

poultry-farming, 13, 26, 36, 166, 226, 240, 253, 255, 270

Powell of Whitefriars, 218

Powney, F. R., vicar of Babraham, rector of Hildersham, 28 n

Poyntz:
-, Helewise, see Malet
-, Hugh (d. 1220), 160
-, Hugh (d. 1308), 160
-, Hugh (d. 1337), 160
-, Hugh (fl. 1355), 160
-, Nic. (d. 1273), 160
-, Nic. (d. 1311), 160
-, Nic. (fl. 1349), 160
-, fam., 163

Pratt:
-, Anne, see Baker
-, Blaise, 31–2, 34
-, Sir Rog., archit., 64, 72

prehistoric remains, see Babraham; Hinxton; Ickleton; Linton; Sawston

Presbyterians, 16, 59, 79, 134, 147, 157, 176, 216, 229

priest, Alric the, see Alric

Priest, Wm., 256

Prince:
-, Anne E., 135
-, Fred., 248, 256

printing, 248, 257

Prior:
-, Hen., 97
-, Joan, see Vauncey
-, Thos., 178

Prior Johnson:
-, Jas. W., 42
-, Wm. (d. 1776), 41
-, (formerly Richardson), Wm. (fl. c. 1830), 41–2

Pritchett, W. G. E., archit., 47

Procter, Rob., vicar of Ickleton, 243

Puckering, Thos., 63

Pudding Norton (Norf.), 85

Punter, Thos., vicar of Linton, 99, 101

Purefoy:
-, Margery, see Ayete
-, Wm., 115

Purkis:
-, Wm. (fl. 1853), 194
-, Wm. (fl. 1861, ?another), 76
-, fam., 131

Puttenham:
-, Geo., 149
-, Margery, see Elyot
-, Ric., 149, 184, 206

Pyne, Benj., 218–19

Pytches:
-, Mary, 239
-, Mrs., 239–40

Q.

Quakers, 18, 57, 59, 79, 103, 123, 134, 244

quarries, 127

Queen Anne's Bounty, 15, 57, 111, 122, 215, 242

Queens' College, Camb., 23, 41
-, estates, 24, 41, 54, 107–9, 118, 120, 163–4
-, fellows, 28; and see Sayer, Rob.

Queensland (Australia), 231
-, governor of, see Bowen, Sir Geo.
-, premier of, see Herbert, Sir Rob.

Quincy, Rog. de, earl of Winchester, 23

R.

R.A.F., 39, 201–2; and see airfields

Radfield hundred, 1, 125–6, 126, 141, 165, 199, 240, 277–81
-, cts., 125

railways, 4, 20, 212
-, Cambridge - Shelford - Haverhill line, 4, 20, 31, 50, 61, 80, 83, 105, 248–9
-, Cambridge-Six Mile BottomNewmarket line, 136, 141, 145, 171, 221
-, Chesterford-Six Mile Bottom Newmarket line, 105, 128, 159, 221, 227
-, London-Cambridge line, 202, 221, 231–2, 246, 248, 265
-, stations, see Balsham; Bartlow; Dullingham; Fulbourn; Linton; Pampisford; Shelford, Great; Six Mile Bottom; Whittlesford Bridge

Ralph, abp. of Canterbury, 154

Ralph, earl of East Anglia(fl. 1086), 172

Ralph son of Ernald, 8

Ralph son of Hugh, 40

Ralph son of Mafred, 162

Ralph (fl. 1086), 22

Ramsden, Wm., rector of Balsham, master of Charterhouse, 133

Ramsey, see De Ramsey

Ramsey (formerly Hunts.), abbey, 84

Rand (Rande):
-, Thos., 251
-, Wm., 268–9
-, fam., 268
-, of Whittlesford, 255

Rangilun, fam., 186

Rannewe:
-, Alex., 164
-, John, 164
-, Rob., 164
-, fam., 163–4

Ratcliffe, Rob., 206

Ratingden:
-, Agatha, see Mucegros
-, John, 222

Ravenstone (Bucks.), alms-ho., 267

Raymond:
-, Hen. A., and his w. Anna, 53
-, Jas. (d. c. 1785), 53
-, Jas. (d. 1876), 53, 69, 237
-, John, 53
-, W. F., archdeacon of Northumberland, 237
-, fam., 55

Rayner:
-, John (fl. 1686), and his w., 214
-, John (fl. 1792), 218
-, John (fl. c. 1850), 270
-, fam., 211

reading rooms, see libraries, parochial

recreation and sports grounds, see Hildersham; Linton; Sawston; Stetchworth; Weston Colville

Redhead:
-, Elinor, m. Chas. Porcher, 141–2, 147
-, Hen., 142
-, Thos., 142, 144

Reed (or Saffrey), Wm., see Saffrey

Reed International Group, 236

Reeve:
-, John, 95
-, Thos., 133
-, fam., 66

Rempston:
-, Marg., see Howe
-, Thos., 267

Repton, Humph., 129, 161

Reresby, Hen., and his w. Maud, 84

Reston, John, master of Jesus Coll., rector of Hildersham, 68

Reyner son of Mauger, 72

Reyner, Mauger s. of, see Mauger

Reyner:
-, Margery, see Glemsford
-, Rob., 222
-, Steph., 222

Reynold, 188

Reynold the knight, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Reynolds:
-, Bridget, w. of John, 52
-, Eliz., see Wingfield
-, Hen., 161
-, Isabella, m. — Hatley, 53
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1650), 40–1, 43
-, Jas. (d. 1662), 41
-, Jas. (d. 1690), 41, 52
-, Jas. (d. 1739), 41 n, 53
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1747), 41, 47, 53
-, John, 40, 43
-, Judith, 41
-, Ric. (d. 1702), 53
-, Ric. (d. c. 1763), 53
-, Rob., 41
-, fam., 41, 47

Rhodes:
-, Cecil, 63
-, F. W., 63
-, Miss G. M., 63

Rhodes Trust, 63

Rich:
-, Agnes, see Stutville
-, Ric., 137
-, — (fl. 1791–1801), 52

Richard II, 5

Richard III, 39, 222
-, as duke of Gloucester, 5, 39, 41, 46, 77, 117, 160, 222

Richard son of Gilbert, 74, 118

Richard son of Roger, 184–5

Richard, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

Richard, Hen. s. of, see Henry

Richard, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Richardson:
-, John, master of Peterhouse and Trinity Coll., 84
-, Jos., 224
-, Phil., 120, 124
-, Sam. (fl. 1690), 122
-, Sam. (d. by 1709, Panother), 147
-, Thos., 41
-, Wm., see Prior Johnson
-, fam., 89

Richmond:
-, ctss. of, see Beaufort
-, earls of, see Brittany
-, lords of, see Alan; Conan; Constance; Stephen

Richmond (N. Yorks., formerly N.R.):
-, castle, castle-ward to, 10
-, (or Brittany), honor of, 1, 6–8, 13, 21–2, 24, 26–7, 31, 41, 52–3, 71–3, 84–6, 88, 107, 110, 114, 121, 142–3, 145, 162, 172–3, 184, 193, 199, 205, 208, 213
-, cts., 1, 6, 13–14, 45, 97, 125, 142, 145, 174, 187–8, 196, 199, 213
-, estates of, 108, 185
-, steward of, see FitzWimar

Rickard:
-, John, 63
-, Thos., 63

Rickett:
-, J. J., 13
-, John, 13

Ridding, Martha, 245

Ridley, Humph., and his w. Sarah, 214

riots and unrest, see 'Captain Swing' riots; Peasants' Revolt; strikes

Risbridge (Essex), poor-law union, 36

Rising, Nic., 205–6

Rivenhall (Essex), rector of, see Lalleford

Rivere:
-, Denise de la, see Peverel
-, John de la (d. 1314), 116, 122
-, Sir John de la (d. after 1350), 116
-, Lavine de la, 116

Rixpand:
-, Alice, m. — Maynard, 194
-, John, 194
-, Phil., 194
-, Rog., 194

roads:
-, ancient, 171, 246
-, Roman, 1, 105
-, turnpike, 4, 20, 61, 83, 105, 125, 128, 159, 171, 199, 202, 221, 247, 264–5
-, and see Icknield Way; Street Way; Wool Street

Robert, count of Mortain (fl. 1066), 249

Robert son of Reynold the knight, 233

Robert (fl. 1086, another), 223

Robert (fl. 1389), 143

Robertot, fam., 186

Robinson:
-, C. L. P., 223
-, (formerly Pigott, Jeaffreson), Chris. Wm., see Pigott
-, Francis, 7
-, Mary Marianne Marianna, see Dunn-Gardner
-, Rob., 140
-, fam., of Dullingham, 164
-, of Hinxton, 224

Robynet (Robinett):
-, Jas. (fl. 1578), 211
-, Jas. (fl. 1615, Panother), 110
-, Jas. (fl. 1643), 211
-, Jas. (fl. 1792), 218
-, John (fl. 1528), 211
-, John (d. 1809), 209
-, fam., 209, 211

Rochester, archdeacon of, see Plume dean of, see Hardy

Roger son of John, 8–9, 13

Roger son of Richard, 185

Roger son of Tingry, 184

Roger, s. of Gerald the marshal, see marshal

Roger, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Rogers:
-, Eliz., m. Jas. Barry, 204
-, John, 267
-, Lucy, 204
-, Nat., 204

Rolfe:
-, Augustine, vicar of Ickleton, 243
-, Fred. Wm. ('Baron Corvo'), 128

Rolle, Geo., and his w., 236

Rolleston:
-, Gilb., 137
-, Jane, see Stutville

Roman Catholics, 29, 67–9, 103, 156, 214, 229, 247, 250, 258, 260–2

Roman remains, see Babraham; Bartlow; Camps, Shudy; Hildersham; Horseheath; Ickleton; Linton

Rome, 111

Romilly, Baldwin de, 268

rope-making, 257

Ros:
-, Emmeline de, 62
-, Godehold de, w. of Wm., m. 2
-, Hugh of Windsor, 62
-, Isabel, m. Sir Thos. Lovell, 116
-, Lora de, m. Gilb. Kirkby, 62
-, Maud de, m. Geof. de Percy, 62
-, Maud de, w. of Wm., see Camville
-, Philippa, see Tiptoft
-, Ric. de, 62
-, Rog. de, 62
-, Thos., Ld. Ros, 116
-, Thomasine de, 62
-, Wm. de (d. by 1185), 61–2
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1190), 62
-, Wm. de (d. 1223), 62
-, Wm. de (d. by 1243), 62
-, fam., of Helmsley, 62 n
-, of Horton, 62, 66
-, of Lullingstone, 62 n
-, Ids. Ros, 203; and see Manners

Rose:
-, Eliz., see Audley
-, John, 71

Rosey:
-, Baldwin de (fl. 1189), 117
-, Baldwin de (d. after 1260), 117
-, Lambert de, 117, 122
-, Ralph de, 117
-, Saher de, 117
-, Walkelin de (fl. c. 1100), 117
-, Walkelin de (d. 1221), 117
-, Walkelin de (d. c. 1270), 117
-, fam., 117

Ross, Alex., 109

roundsmen, 66, 258

Rowe, R. R., archit., 35, 79

Rowell, Thos., rector of Horseheath, 78

Royal Agricultural Soc, president of, see Adeane, Chas. Rob. Whorwood

Roynon, John, 21

Royse, R. E., rector of Castle Camps, 47

Royston (Herts.), 106, 202, 223 bell-foundry, 79

Ruck-Keene, see Keene

Rud, Hen., rector of Weston Colville, 189

Rudston:
-, Dorothy, 143
-, Thomasin, 143

Rue, see de la Rue

Rule, Edm., 134

Rumbold, Wm., 23

Rumburgh (Suff.), priory, 15, 99

Ruse, Hen., 42

Russell:
-, Alice, 115
-, Edw., earl of Orford, 142
-, Eliz., see Long
-, Francis, earl of Bedford (d. 1641), 203, 252
-, Sir Francis (d. 1664), 175
-, Sir Francis, Ld. Russell (d. 1678), 175
-, Francis, duke of Bedford (d. 1802), 192, 194
-, Iseult, see marshal
-, Jas., 231
-, John (d. after 1298), 115
-, Sir John (d. 1670), 172
-, Philippa, 115
-, Rog., 115
-, Wm. (d. c. 1249), 115, 119
-, Wm. (fl. 1255), 115
-, Sir Wm., Ld. Russell of Thornhaugh (d. 1613), 203
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1654), 172
-, Wm. (fl. 1698), 237
-, fam., 252

Rutland, fam., of Duxford, 211, 214

Rutland, earls and dukes of, see Manners

Rutland, see Tickencote

Ryder, C. F., 143, 150–1, 153, 189 his dau., m. — Cheshire, 189

S.

Sackville, Sir Ric., 24

Sadler, John, 273 n

Safford, Thos., bell-founder, 79

Saffrey:
-, Alice, 107
-, Brian, 107
-, Rob. (d. by 1242), 107
-, Rob. (fl. 1279), 107–8
-, (or Reed), Wm., 107–8, 110

Saffron Walden (Essex), 16, 96, 226, 233. 237
-, abbey, 73, 89
-, estates, 208
-, nonconf., 103, 157, 190, 245, 274
-, sch., 35, 68, 244
-, vicars, see Bull; Grey, Nic.

Saffron Walden R.D., 33

Sahoun:
-, Nichole de, 143
-, Rob. de, 143

St. Albans, Rob. of, rector of West Wickham, 122

St. Albans (Herts.), 119
-, archdeacon of, see Hutchinson

St. Andrew:
-, Edm., 222
-, Gillian, w. of Sir John, 222
-, Sir John (d. 1360), 222
-, John (d. 1368), 222
-, Laurence, 222
-, Maud, see Dive
-, Ric., 222
-, Rob. (d. by 1275), 222
-, Rob. (fl. 1384), 222
-, Rog., 222, 226
-, Saher, 222
-, fam., 226

St. Asaph, bp. of, 214

St. Aubyn, J. P., archit., 18, 47

St. Catherine's College, Camb., estates, 138, 143

St. David's, bp. of, see Watson, Thos.

St. George:
-, Baldwin (d. c. 1284), 205
-, Sir Baldwin (d. 1425), 231
-, Basile, see Soham
-, Joan, w. of Sir Baldwin, 231
-, fam., 205

St. George's Chapel, Windsor, q.v.

St. Jacut-de-la-Mer (Cotes-du-Nord, France), abbey, 88, 99–100

St. John's College, Camb., 72, 139
-, estates, 24, 118, 130, 185–7, 194
-, fellows, 16
-, patronage of, 139

St. John of Jerusalem, Hospital of:
-, Knights of the, 151, 203, 210; and see Shingay
-, prior of the, 143

St. Kitts (West Indies), 161

St. Leger, Thos., 184, 206

St. Neots (formerly Hunts.), 256
-, bell-foundry, 217, 260

St. Omer:
-, Ralph de, 88
-, Sim. de, 88
-, Thos. de, 88

St. Wandrille (Seine Maritime, France), abbey of, 159, 172

sake and soke, 121

Salisbury:
-, ctss. of, see Montagu
-, earl of, see Longspee

Salisbury, bp. of, see Jewel

Salt:
-, Jas. (d. 1758), rector of Hildersham and Carlton, 67, 156
-, Jas. (d. 1797), rector of Hildersham, 67–8
-, Thos., rector of Hildersham, vicar of Nazeing, 65, 67–8

Salvation Army, 103, 124, 134, 140, 157, 245, 261

Sampford Peverel (Devon), 116

Samworth, see Kiddy and Samworth

Sandford:
-, Cecily of, m. Hugh Peverel, 116
-, Hugh of, 116
-, Jordan of, 116
-, Ric. of, 116, 121
-, Thos. of (d. after 1217), 116
-, Thos. of (d. 1242), 116
-, Warner of, 116

Sandy (Beds.), rector of, see Burgoyne, Thos.

Sandys, Sam., Ld. Sandys, 178

Sanxter, Wm., 9

Saunders, Ric., rector of Westley Waterless, 180

Saville:
-, Ellen, m. — Pettit, 225
-, Geo., 225
-, Thos., 225

Savoy, Peter of, 213

Sawston:
-, Benet of, 251, 258
-, Cath., w. of John of, 40
-, Eliz., m. Austin Keeling, 40
-, John of (d. after 1275), 23, 40, 251, 255
-, John (d. after 1366), 23, 40, 251
-, John (fl. 1346, Panother), 236
-, John (d. by 1483), 251
-, Margery, w. of John, 40
-, Ralph (d. c. 1435), 23, 40, 251
-, Ralph (d. 1542), 251
-, Thos. (d. 1392), 40, 251
-, Thos. (d. 1513), 251
-, Thomasina, w. of Ralph, 251
-, Wm. of (d. by 1236), 251
-, Sir Wm. of (d. 1308), 23, 25, 40, 251, 253
-, Wm. (fl. 1513–25), 251
-, fam., 23, 251

Sawston, 25, 105, 109, 199, 226, 241, 246–63, 272, 275
-, adv., 247–8, 258
-, agric, 246, 253–5
-, alms-ho., 258, 262
-, Borough (Burgh) Mill, 247, 255–6, 273
-, chaplains, 258–9
-, char., 255, 257–9, 262–3
-, ch., 111–12, 247–8, 252, 258–60, 260, 273
-, cts., 257, 259
-, curates, 259
-, Dernford Mill, 247, 255–6
-, dom. archit., 247–8
-, fair, 249
-, farms, 254–5, 262–3
-, fields, 246, 253
-, glebe, 252, 258
-, guilds, 259
-, hearth tax, 278, 280, 281 n, 282
-, inc., 246, 249–55, 258–9, 262
-, ind., 106, 200, 212, 246–8, 255–8, 263, 270–1, 273
-, inns, 247, 249
-, man., 23, 63, 107, 247, 249–55, 257, 259, 266
-, man.-ho., 249–52, 256
-, mills, 200, 246–7, 251, 255–6
-, nonconf., 18, 29, 247, 259, 261, 274
-, par. officers, 257
-, persons from, 24, 31, 40, 113, 265
-, poor-relief, 257–8, 262
-, pop., 199, 246–7, 255
-, prehist. rem., 247
-, recreation ground, 259
-, rectory, 252, 258
-, ho., 252–3
-, roads, 246–7
-, sch., 29, 113, 229, 245, 247, 259, 261–2
-, streams, 246
-, tithes, 252, 255, 258
-, town ho., 258, 262
-, vicarage, 258
-, ho., 258–9
-, vicars, 111, 247, 255, 258–9, 261–3, 273; and see Daniel, Edwin Swann
-, village college, 29, 113, 219, 248, 262, 275
-, workho., 258

Sawston Aerated Water Co., 257

Sawston Co-operative Society, 96, 247–8, 265

Sawtry (formerly Hunts.), abbey, 8, 27
-, estates of, 23, 25, 253

Saxmundham (Suff.), 204

Say:
-, Alice de, see Vere
-, Geof. de (d. 1214), 52
-, Geof. de (d. 1230), 52 n, 84
-, Geof. de (d. 1265 x 71). 52
-, Maud de, m. Geof. de Crek, 52, 54
-, Rob. de, 52–3
-, Wm. de (d. 1272), 84, 89, 96
-, Wm. de (d. 1295), 84, 95

Sayer:
-, John, 181
-, Rob., rector of Westley Waterless, fellow of Queens' Coll. etc., 180

Sayes, Thos., vicar of Ickleton, 243

Scalers:
-, Alex. de (d. by c. 1248), 74, 86
-, Alice de, see Follifoot
-, Baldwin de, 161–2
-, Brian de, 21
-, Estrange de, w. of Baldwin, m. 2
-, Gilb. s. of Wal., 161
-, Geof. de (d. by 1180), 21, 27
-, Geof. de (d. by 1202), 21, 24, 27, 74
-, Geof. de (d. by 1249), 21, 74
-, Geof. de (d. by 1302), 161
-, Gillian de (fl. c. 1150), 194
-, Gillian de (fl. 1200–14), 161–2
-, Hardwin de, 23, 74, 106–7, 118, 129–30, 150, 161, 172–3, 178, 192, 195, 207, 209, 232, 237, 267
-, Hugh de (fl. c. 1150), 161, 207
-, Hugh de (d. 1215), 161
-, John de (fl. 1242–64), sheriff of Cambs., 161
-, John de (fl. 1246–71, another), 21, 28
-, John de (fl. 1272–9), 161, 163, 167
-, John de (d. 1303), 161 n
-, Sir John (fl. 1445), 143
-, Lucy de, m. Baldwin de Freville, 192
-, Mary de, 161
-, Maud de, m. And. de Mohun, 161
-, Ric. de, 74, 150, 155
-, Rob. de, 161, 167
-, Steph. de (fl. c. 1150), 194
-, Steph. de (d. 1168, ?another), 207
-, Thos. de (d. 1341), 161
-, Thos. (d. 1364), 161, 206–7
-, Tibbald de, 161, 167
-, Wm. de, 129, 161
-, fam., of Babraham, 22, 74, 129, 150–1, 192
-, of Dullingham, 159, 161, 163–4
-, of Shelford, 207
-, of Whaddon, 206–7

Scales:
-, E. M., 235; ? and see Wamsley
-, Isabel de, 110
-, Joan, w. of Rog., Ld. Scales, m. 2
-, Sir Edm. Thorp, 266
-, Rob., Ld. Scales, 266
-, Rog. de (fl. c. 1150), 110
-, Rog., Ld. Scales (d. 1388), 266
-, Thos., Ld. Scales, 266
-, fam., 274

Scarsdale, Ld., see Curzon

Sclater:
-, Edw., 85
-, Eliz., see Bacon
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1684), 66, 85, 207
-, (later Bacon), Thos. (d. 1736), 85, 88, 99, 102
-, fam., of Linton, 66

Scotcher, John, 59

Scriven, John, 188

Scrope:
-, Eliz., see Neville
-, Thos., Ld. Scrope of Masham, 142

Scruby:
-, Chas., 109
-, Thos., 209
-, Wm., 109
-, fam., 109

Sealmaster, 110

Segrave, John, 216

Segyn, Rob., 73

Semer(Suff.), rector of, see Cook

Sendall:
-, Rob. (fl. 1626), rector of Brinkley, 139. 156
-, Rob. (fl. 1650–62), rector of Carlton, 156
-, Rob. (fl. 1672), 139

sequestrators, 15–16, 111, 228, 258, 273

serjeanty, tenures by, 22, 73–4, 251, 265

Sewale (fl. before 1190), 118

Sewale (Sewell):
-, John (fl. 1279–1311), 118
-, John (fl. 1303–29, another), 114, 118
-, his sister, 114
-, Peter, 118
-, Ric., 118
-, Thos. (fl. 1331–69), 84, 118
-, Thos. (fl. 1369–75, another), 162, 193
-, Thos. Wilder, rector of Carlton, 154–5
-, fam., of West Wickham, 118

Sexmere:
-, Ralph, 13
-, Wal., 13

Seymour:
-, Chas., Ld. Seymour (d. 1665), 52
-, Chas., duke of Somerset (d. 1748), 52, 87, 142, 178
-, Charlotte, m. Heneage Finch, earl of Aylesford, 52, 142
-, Eliz., see Alington
-, fam., dukes of Somerset, 74

Shaa:
-, Cath., m. Sir Wm. Browne, 205
-, Sir Edm., ld. mayor of London, 205
-, Gillian, w. of Sir Edm., 205

Shafto:
-, Jenison, 192, 194
-, Rob. (d. 1780), 192, 194
-, Rob. (d. 1780, another), 192

Shardelowe:
-, Edm., 51
-, Joan, see Aucher
-, Sir John (d. 1359), 51, 106
-, John (d. 1391), 51, 74
-, Sir Thos. (d. by 1383), 51
-, Thos. (d. before 1391, another), 51

Sharpe, Mr., 139

sheep and sheep-farming, 2, 10–12, 25–6, 33, 43, 55, 59, 65, 75–6, 92–5, 108–9, 119–20, 126–7, 131, 138, 144, 152–3, 164, 173, 175, 179, 186–7, 195, 199, 209–11, 225–6, 230, 238, 240, 253–5, 269–70

sheepfold and sheep-walk, rights of, 11, 25, 33, 43–4, 55, 65–6, 75, 87, 92–4, 108, 120, 131–2, 137–8, 152, 164, 175, 179, 186, 195, 199, 210, 239–40, 251, 254, 269

Sheffeld, Edw., vicar of Sawston, 259 n

Shelford, 129, 185, 207
-, Great, rly. sta., 248
-, Little, 74, 258, 263
-, inc., 255
-, nonconf., 274

Shepherd, Francis, 204

Sherwood, E. C, vicar of Whittlesford, 273

Sherwood Green (or End) (in Horseheath), see Horseheath, Sherwood Green

Shingay:
-, man., 178
-, preceptory of Knights Hospitallers, 54, 143, 178, 203, 252, 258
-, estates of, 252
-, prior of, 258

Shudda (possible Saxon lady), 52

Sibill, John, and his w. Joan, 71

Sidgwick, Adam, vicar of Shudy Camps, Woodwardian professor, Camb., 58

Sigar, 251

Simon son of Simon le Bret, 7

Simon the clerk, 5

Simonds, see Symonds

Simplex of Cambridge Ltd., 257

Sinclair, Sir Phil., 71

Singleton, Jos., vicar of Babraham, 28

Sipsey bridge, 136, 141

Siward, 223

Six Mile Bottom (in Gt. Wilbraham), 20, 136, 148, 177
-, ch., 140
-, estate, 138, 144, 150, 153, 178, 184
-, rly. sta., 128, 136, 141
-, sch., 181

Sizer, Rog., 6

Skarsey, Maggie M., 115

Skelton, Sir Thos., 222–3, 228, 241 his wives, 228

Skinner:
-, Sir John, 39, 43
-, Thos., ld. mayor of London, 39–40

Skrene:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John, 41
-, John (d. 1452), 41
-, Sir John (d. 1474), 41
-, Thos., 41
-, Wm. (d. after 1424), 41
-, Wm. (d. 1431, another), 41

Skynne, John, 195

Slater, Ella, 115

Sleaford, John, rector of Balsham, 33, 86, 117, 133, 193

Slegge, Edw., 108

Slingsby:
-, Anne, see Cage
-, Ant., 142
-, Hen., 142

Smart, Fred., & Co., 270

Smee:
-, Amy, see Higham
-, John, 9
-, fam., 11

Smith (Smyth):
-, A. W., vicar of Great and Little Abington, 16
-, Hen. (d. 1642), rector of Hildersham and St. Peter's, Duxford, master of Magdalene Coll., 68, 216
-, Hen. (d. 1702), rector of Hildersham, 67–8
-, Hen. (d. 1736), rector of Hildersham, 67–8
-, Isabel, see Neville
-, Jas., 208
-, John, rector of Hildersham and Fen Ditton, 68
-, Marg., see Mars
-, Nic., 8
-, Sir Rob., 192
-, S. J., archit., 156
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1601–4), 224
-, Thos. (fl. 1686), and his w., 214
-, Sir Wm., 31
-, fam., 224

Snailwell, rector of, see Ward, John

Snaith, Hen., rector of Balsham, 133

Snarston, fam., 64

Snellinc (fl. 1066–86), 106

Soame:
-, Bart., 151, 153
-, Cath. Maria, 151
-, Eliz., w. of Steph. Jenyns, 151
-, Eliz. Poole, 151
-, Hen., 151, 153
-, John, 151
-, John Frith, 151
-, Sir. Steph. (d. 1620), ld. mayor of London, 151
-, Steph. (d. 1659), 151
-, Steph. (d. 1727), 151
-, Steph. (d. 1764), 151
-, Steph. (d. 1771), 151
-, Steph. Jenyns, 151
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1620–57), 151
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1686), 151

social institutions, see coal clubs; friendly societies; libraries; village and church institutes; village and parish halls

Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge (S.P.C.K.), 79

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel (S.P.G.), 111

Soham:
-, Basile of, m. Baldwin St. George, 205
-, Ralph of, 205
-, Rob. of, and his w. Nichole, 205
-, Warin of, 205

sokemen, 71, 84, 107, 114, 118, 129, 138, 150, 161, 178, 192, 203, 221, 225, 249

Sollers:
-, Sim. de, 267
-, Thos. de, 267

Somerset, dukes of, see Beaufort; Seymour

Somerset, 71, 100, 159–60, 207 n; and see Bruton; Dunster; Hatch Beauchamp; Marsh

Somerville:
-, Cecily de, m. — Archer, 252
-, Ralph de, 252

Somery:
-, Juette de, 252
-, Miles de, 252
-, Phil. de, 252
-, Rob. de, 252
-, Rog. de (fl. 1086), 251–2, 255
-, Rog. de (d. c. 1198), 252
-, Wal. de, 252
-, fam., 252

Sons of the Clergy, Corporation of, 130
-, estates of, 193, 196

South of England Hide Market Ltd., 257

Southcote:
-, Bridget, see Andrews
-, Phil., 62

Sparke, John, 255–6

Sparrow, John, vicar of Shudy Camps, 57

Spencer:
-, Eliz., m. Wm., Ld. Compton, 5
-, Geo., Ld. Spencer, 26
-, Sir John, 5, 8, 11
-, Wm. (fl. 1449), 137
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1780), 226

Spice, Clement, 160

Spicer, H. G., 248, 262, 265–6
-, his w., 248

Spicer Bros. Ltd., 248, 256

sports, games, and pastimes, see cricket; football; horkeys; horseracing

sports grounds, see Hildersham; Linton; Sawston; Stetchworth; Weston Colville

Squitrebil, Alsi, 84, 232

Stafford:
-, Anne de, see Anne
-, Edm. de, earl of Stafford, 251
-, fam., 74

Staffordshire, 34; and see Newcastle

Stainbank, bell-founder, see Mears and Stainbank

Staine hundred, 125

Stallan, John, 219

staller, Ansgar the, see Ansgar

Standly, Peter, 102

Stanley:
-, Eliz., see Tiptoft
-, Sir Wm., 33, 116–17

Stapleford, 20, 255
-, bridge, 247
-, ch., 112

Stapleford river, see Granta

Starling, fam., 97

Stavers, Bart., 48

Steeple Bumpstead (Essex), 45, 236

Steeple Morden, 106

Stenyour, John, vicar of Ickleton, 243 n

Stephen, King, 232

Stephen, Count, ld. of Richmond, 15, 99, 114

Stephen (fl. c. 1120), 188

Stephens, Wm., vicar of Linton, rector of Hadstock, 99, 101

Stetchworth, 125, 157, 159, 164, 170– 6, 177
-, adv., 175
-, agric, 163, 166, 173–4
-, alms-ho., 176
-, assarting, 170, 173
-, chapel, 175
-, chaplains, 175
-, char., 176
-, ch., 65, 171, 175–6
-, cts., 174
-, curate, 175
-, farms, 173–4, 176
-, fields, 173
-, glebe, 175
-, guild, 175
-, hearth tax, 277–9, 281
-, Heath, 171–2, 176
-, inc., 172–3, 175–6
-, inns, 172, 176
-, Ley, 171, 174
-, man., 162, 172–5
-, man.-ho., 171–3
-, mill, 171, 174
-, nonconf., 176
-, pk., 170–3
-, poor-relief, 174
-, pop., 172
-, recreation ground, 171
-, rectory, 173, 175
-, roads, 171
-, sch., 171, 176
-, tithes, 145, 173–5
-, vicarage, 175
-, ho., 175
-, vicars, 168, 173, 175
-, woodland, 170, 173

Stetchworth Dairy, 174

Stevene:
-, And., 222
-, Maud, m. — Oky, 222
-, Thos., 222

Stevenson:
-, Chas., 151
-, John, 266
-, Rob., 266

Stevington End, see Bartlow, Bartlow End

steward, Eudes the, see Eudes

Stewart, A. G. B., 46

Stewkley:
-, Hugh (d. 1589), 149
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1642), 149
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1719), 149–50
-, John, rector of Carlton, 156
-, Sir Thos., 137, 149
-, Wm., rector of Carlton, 156
-, fam., 154

Stigand, abp. of Canterbury, 203–4

stints, see common, rights of, regulation of

Stock:
-, Arthur (fl. 1661), 252, 258
-, Arthur (fl. 1689, another), 252

Stone, Nic., sculptor, 79

Stoneham, North (Hants), 172

Stour, river, 136, 148–9, 182, 191

Stourton:
-, Alice, w. of John, 221–2
-, Gillian, m. — Talmage, 222
-, Gillian, w. of Wal., 221, 228
-, John, 107, 221
-, Wal., 221

Street Way, 20, 246–7

Streetly (in West Wickham), see Wickham, West, Streetly

Strethall Green (Essex), 116 n

strikes, agricultural, 145, 166

Stubbing, Edm., 118

stud farms, see horse-racing

Sturges, John, vicar of Shudy Camps, 57

Stutfield:
-, Mary, see Burgoyne
-, Wm., 63, 65

Stutter, Sarah, 227

Stutville:
-, Agnes, w. of Rog., m. 2 Ric. Rich., 137
-, Anselm de, 183, 188
-, Beatrice de, m. Wm. de Colville, 183, 188
-, Jane, w. of —, m. 2 Gilb. Rolleston, 137
-, Nic., 137
-, Osmund de, 183, 188
-, Ric. (fl. 1403–34), 137
-, Ric. (fl. 1504), 137
-, Rog. de (d. c. 1190), 183
-, Rog. (d. by 1658), 137
-, Rog. (d. 1666), 137
-, Rog. (fl. 1689), 137
-, Thos. (fl. 1403), 137
-, Thos. (d. 1602), 137, 149
-, Wm. (d. 1534), 137, 151
-, Wm. (fl. 1521, another), 138
-, fam., of Brinkley, 130–40

Stythe, Rob., vicar of St. John's, Duxford, 215

Styvecle:
-, John de, sr., 178
-, John de, jr., 178
-, Nic. de, 178

Sudbury (Suff.), bell-foundry, 58, 123, 140

Suffolk:
-, duke of, see Brandon
-, earls of, see Howard; Pole; Ufford

Suffolk, 1, 37, 70, 113–14, 125, 127, 136, 141, 148, 156–7, 182, 216
-, Bradley, Little, rector of, see Lamprell
-, Cowlinge, vicar of, see Banks, S. H.
-, Icklingham, rector of, see Illegh
-, Semer, rector of, see Cook
-, and see Bradley, Great; Bruisyard; Bury St. Edmunds; Ereswell; Eye; Haverhill; Ickworth; Ipswich; Mildenhall; Newmarket; Rumburgh; Saxmundham; Sudbury; Thetford; Thurlow, Great and Little; Withersfield; Wratting, Great

Sulman, J., archit., 261

Suntingfield (unidentified), hospital, 84

Surrey:
-, ctss. of, see Bar
-, earls of, see Warenne

Surrey, 205
-, Vauxhall, chapel, chaplain of, see Barker, Jas.
-, and see Camberwell; Croydon

Sussex, earl of, see Lennard

Sussex, 26, 180, 189
-, Chichester, canon of, see Ballowe, Thos.
-, and see Lewes; Wilmington

Sutherland, duke of, see Egerton

Sutton:
-, Sir John, and his w. Margery, 185
-, Thos., 39–40, 43, 46, 129, 134
-, his w., 129

Swaffham Bulbeck:
-, man., 77
-, priory, 25
-, vicars, see Allix; Symonds, John

Swaffham Prior, 151

Swallow, Nic., and his w., 275

Swan:
-, Francis, 242 n
-, John, vicar of Whittlesford and Sawston, 273
-, Ric., 245
-, fam., 211, 239

Swavesey abbey, 99

Swinburne:
-, Sir Adam, 205–6
-, Alice (d. after 1363), see Abernon
-, Alice (fl. 1433), 206
-, Eliz., see Limbury
-, Joan, see Botetourt
-, Margery, m. Nic. Berners, 184, 206
-, Sir Rob., 184, 188, 206
-, Thos. (d. 1326 X 32), 206
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1412), mayor of Bordeaux, 206, 223, 235

Switzerland, see Basle

Symonds (Simonds, Symons):
-, John (d. 1778), vicar of Stetchworth and Dullingham, 168, 175
-, John (d. 1808), vicar of Stetchworth and Swaffham Bulbeck, 175
-, Ric., 267–8
-, Rob. (d. 1611), 267–8
-, Rob. (d. 1622), 206, 267, 273
-, Rob. (d. 1832), 135
-, Thos. (fl. 1634–54), 205–6, 211, 267
-, Thos. (d. before 1712), 198
-, Thos. (fl. 1806), 131
-, Wm., 239
-, fam., of Balsham, 131
-, of Carlton cum Willingham, 153
-, of Whittlesford, 255, 268–9

Symyngs, John, and his w. Eliz., 206

T.

Takely, fam., 24

Talbot:
-, Eliz., see Comyn
-, Sir Gilb., 192
-, John, 235
-, Ric., 235

tallage, 10, 42, 130, 195

Talmage, Gillian, see Stourton

tanning, 76, 80, 97, 121, 200, 246–7, 252, 256–7

Tassell, Wm., 255–6

Taverner:
-, Grace, see Bedingfield
-, Hen., vicar of Great Abington, 16
-, Jas., 7

Taylor (Taylard):
-, Dan., 114, 120–1
-, Edm., 97
-, Eliz., 143
-, F. B., 161, 163, 166–7
-, Gertrude, 142
-, John (fl. 1609), 134
-, John (fl. 1686), 134
-, John & Co., bell-founders, 47, 69
-, Oliver, 134
-, P. B., 161, 166
-, Mrs. R. M., 167
-, Ric., 192, 194
-, Rob. (d. c. 1596), 5, 7, 21–4
-, Rob. (fl. 1599), 5
-, Rob. (d. 1609, ?another), 206, 208–9
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1820), 94
-, S. A. (d. 1938), 142, 166, 192–5
-, S. A. (fl. 1975), 193
-, Thos., 209
-, Wm., 143
-, fam., of Balsham, 134
-, of Dullingham, 159, 167
-, of West Wickham, 120

Techne (Cambridge) Ltd., 213

Tempest, Rob., 85

Templar, John, rector of Balsham, 134

Temple, Knights of the, 116, 148, 151, 199, 203, 208, 212–13
-, preceptor of, 204
-, preceptory of, see Wilbraham

Tenison, Thos., abp. of Canterbury, 214

tenures, see borough-English; molmen; serjeanty

Teversham:
-, Jas., 218
-, T. F., 246 n

Teversham, 177

Tey, Sir Hen., 23–4

Tharbye, John, 276

Theate, Faithful, rector of Castle Camps, 46

Theodred, bp. of London, 203

Thetford (Norf., formerly partly Suff.):
-, bell-foundry, 29
-, priory of St. Mary, 162, 167
-, priory of the Holy Sepulchre, 89

Thirlby, Thos., bp. of Ely, 227, 272

Thomas the deacon, 234–5

Thomas son of Bernard, 159
-, his w. Eugenia, see Picot

Thomas, son of Gerald the marshal, see marshal

Thomas, Alex. s. of, see Alexander

Thomas, Wm., 137

Thomond, earls of, see O'Brien

Thompson, Jas., 206

Thompson (Norf.), St. Martin's college, 51, 74

Thomson, Fred., archit., 140

Thorley:
-, Alice, see Vere
-, Nic., 222

Thornton:
-, F. F. S. M., vicar of Shudy Camps, 51, 57–8
-, G. F., 51, 56
-, J. K., and his w., 63
-, John, bell-founder, 58, 123
-, Thos., vicar of Babraham, 28

Thorpe (Thorp):
-, Sir Edm., 266
-, Geo., 29
-, Isabel, m. Phil. Tilney, 266
-, Joan, m. Sir John Clifton, 266
-, Joan, w. of Sir Edm., see Scales
-, Sir Rob., 250
-, Wm., 250

Thriplow, 8, 263, 280

Thurgar (fl. 1066), 150

Thurgar:
-, Jas., 206
-, Rob., vicar of Great Abington, 16
-, Wm., 25

Thurgood, Wm., 104

Thurlow, Great (Suff.), 143

Thurlow, Little (Suff.), 151
-, alms-ho., 151
-, sch., 151

Thurnall:
-, Chas., 212, 270
-, Hen. John, 268
-, Thos., 267–9
-, Wm., 212
-, fam., 268

Thurstan son of Wini (fl. 1040), 162

Thurstan (d. 1043 × 5, another), 141–2, 183, 188

Thurstan (fl. c. 1220), 56

Tickell:
-, Caroline, 266
-, J. A., 266
-, J. H. de la T., 266
-, Jos. Harkness, 266
-, Jos. Hollick, 266
-, fam., 267

Tickencote (Leics., formerly Rut.), 61

Tilbrook:
-, Wm., vicar of Dullingham, 167
-, fam., 167

Tilney:
-, Audrey, w. of Rob., m. 2 Wm. Johnson, 266
-, Isabel, see Thorpe
-, John (fl. 1552), 266–7, 270
-, John (another), 274 n
-, Mary, see Playters
-, Phil., 266
-, Rob. (d. 1500), 266
-, Rob. (d. 1542), 266
-, fam., 266, 274

Tilty (Essex), abbey, 203, 241
-, abbot, 210, 213
-, estates, 208–9, 211, 233, 238

Tingry, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Tinley, Rob., rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, archdeacon of Ely, 216

Tipping, Thos., rector of Weston Colville, 189

Tiptoft:
-, Edw., earl of Worcester, 31, 33, 116
-, Eliz., w. of John, earl of Worcester, m. 2 Sir Wm. Stanley, 116
-, Joan, m. Sir Edm. Ingoldisthorpe, 31, 142, 250
-, John de (d. 1367), 53
-, Sir John, Ld. Tiptoft (d. 1443), 116, 142
-, John, earl of Worcester (d. 1470), 31, 33, 115
-, Pain de, 53, 232
-, Philippa, m. Thos., Ld. Ros., 116
-, Rob. de, 53

Tobago (West Indies), 151

Tochi (fl. 1066), 117, 149, 183

Todeni, Rob. de, 203, 209, 212

Toft, 84

Tonbridge (Kent), sch., headmaster of, see Grey, Nic.

Tonne, Steph., bell-founder, 176

Tony:
-, Alice de, m. 2 Guy Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, 137, 265
-, Alice de, w. of Ralph, see Alice
-, Baldwin de, 265, 270
-, Godehold de, m. Wm. de Mohun, 136
-, Ralph de (d. 1126), 136–7, 177, 265
-, Ralph de (d. c. 1295), 265
-, Rob. de, 137, 265
-, Rog. de (d. by 1162), 265
-, Rog. de (d. by 1185), 265
-, Rog. de (d. 1209), 136–7
-, Rog. de (d. c. 1264), 139
-, fam., 136, 265, 272

Tormarton (Glos.), 116

Torpel:
-, Asceline, m. Ralph de Camoys, 221
-, Asceline, w. of Roger, see Waterville
-, Rog. (d. 1225), 221
-, Rog. (d. 1229), 221
-, Wm., 221

Tottenham Hale (Greater London, formerly Mdx.), 44

Tour, Heneage de la, 193

Towgood:
-, Edw. (fl. 1835), 256
-, Edw. (d. 1889, another), 247–8, 255–6, 258–9, 262, 273
-, Hamer, 248, 256, 258–9
-, Mat., 256

Towgood, Edw. & Sons Ltd., 256

Townley, Chas., vicar of Little Abington, 16

Townsend, Sir Rog., 167

training stables, see horse-racing

Trapps:
-, Mary, m. Giles Paulet, 54
-, Nic., 54
-, Rob., 54

Trevor (formerly Brand), see Brand

Trigge:
-, John, 236
-, John (another), 236
-, fam., 236

Trinity College, Camb., 57, 72, 77–8, 212
-, estates, 224, 226, 235, 239–40
-, fellows, 57–8
-, master, see Richardson, John
-, Michaelhouse, estates, 224, 235
-, master, see Kenningham

Tristram of the Ash, 23

Tristram:
-, John (b. 1287), 23
-, John (fl. 1328, ?another), 23
-, Rob. (d. 1289), 23, 25
-, Rob. (fl. 1346), 23
-, fam., 25
-, and see Ash

Trivet:
-, Eliz., see Limbury
-, Sir Thos., 74, 223, 235

Trope, John, 211

Trott:
-, Ric., 88, 207–8
-, Sarah, m. Edm. Fisher, 208

Trumpington, man., 23, 204

Tube Investments Ltd., 224, 226

Tuddenham:
-, Sir John, 7
-, Marg., m. Edm. Bedingfield, 7
-, Marg., w. of Rob., m. 2 Thos. Misterton, 7
-, Rob. (d. 1309), 7–8, 10, 13–14
-, Rob. (d. c. 1336), 7
-, Rob. (d. 1361), 7
-, Rob. (d. 1405), 7
-, Thos. (d. by 1336), 7
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1462), 7

Tulyet, Thos., 53

tumbrel, 13, 45, 97, 121, 166, 179, 187, 213, 241, 257, 271

Turner:
-, Anne, m. Giles Alington, 178
-, Rob., 178
-, Thos. (d. 1648), 178
-, Thos. (fl. 1674), 178
-, fam., of Horseheath, 77
-, of Wratting, 178

Turstin (fl. 1086), 50, 54

Turtylby:
-, Rob. (fl. 1472–1500), vicar of Pampisford, Benedictine prior, Camb., 111
-, Rob. (fl. 1518–39), vicar of Pampisford, 111
-, Rob. (fl. 1527, another), 110
-, Rob. (fl. 1582), 112
-, Wm., 110
-, fam., 108

Twyford, Rob., 24, 208

Twyne, fam., 108 n

Tyrell (Tyrrell):
-, Edw., 40
-, Eliz., 108, 111
-, Ric., 40
-, Sir Rob., 40
-, Susan, m. Mic. Dalton, 9, 193
-, Theophilus (fl. 1641), 108, 110
-, Theophilus (d. 1707, Panother), 108
-, Thos., 208

U.

Uffen, Jas. McClune, 256, 261

Ufford:
-, Marg., m. Edm. de Colville, 190 n
-, Rob. de, earl of Suffolk, 67
-, fam., 190

Ulf (fl. 1066), 203

Ulfketel (fl. 1045), 142

Ulveva, 74, 118

United Reformed Church, 18, 48, 103

United States of America, 256
-, Air Force, 202
-, and see New York

Uttlesford (Essex), district, 33

V.

Vachell:
-, Mary, see Jones
-, Wm., 223 n, 224–5
-, Col., 6

Valence:
-, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke, 183, 234–5
-, Joan de, m. John Comyn, 235
-, fam., 183

Valognes:
-, Agnes de, 177, 180
-, Gunnore de, m. 2, Rob. FitzWalter, 177
-, Rob. de, 180
-, fam., 233

Vauncey:
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1372), 178
-, Edm. (d. 1389), 178
-, Joan, m. 1 Thos. Prior, 2 John Hore, 178
-, Joan, w. of Edm., see Crek

Vautort, Ralph de, 73

Vaux:
-, Hugh de, 7, 14
-, John de, 7, 14
-, Parnel de, m. Wm. of Narford, 7, 14
-, Wm. de, 7
-, fam., 7

Vauxhall (Greater London, formerly Surrey), chapel, chaplain of, see Barker, Jas.

Vavasor, Hen., 178

vee de naam, 132

Ventris:
-, Ellen, w. of Thos., 267
-, Mathew, m. Thos. Dod, 267
-, Thos., 267

Verdon, John de, 142

Verdun (Meuse, France), 189

Vere:
-, Alice de, m. Geof. de Say, 52–3
-, Alice de, m. 1 Francis Court, 2 Sir Lewis Johan, 160
-, Alice de, w. of Aubrey, earl of Oxford, 5
-, Alice de, w. of Ric, earl of Oxford, m. 2 Nic. Thorley, 6, 222–3
-, Alice de, w. of Rob., earl of Oxford, 5. 121–2
-, Amy, 40
-, Anne de, w. of John, earl of Oxford, 5, 39–40
-, Aubrey de (d. c. 1112), 5–6, 13, 24, 30–1. 37. 39. 42, 45, 52, 61, 64, 66, 73, 75
-, Aubrey de (d. 1141), 24, 45, 52, 114, 121
-, Aubrey de, earl of Oxford (d. 1194), 54, 61, 71, 114–15. 232
-, Aubrey de, earl of Oxford (d. 1214), 5, 52, 73
-, Sir Aubrey de, earl of Oxford (d. 1400), 39, 41, 77, 160, 162
-, Audrey, m. John Brown, 40
-, Dorothy, m. John Neville, Ld. Latimer, 160
-, Dorothy de, w. of John, earl of Oxford, 46
-, Edw. de, earl of Oxford, 5, 39, 45, 77, 118, 222
-, Eliz. (fl. 1526), 40
-, Eliz. de (d. after 1475), w. of John, earl of Oxford, see Howard
-, Eliz. de (d. 1537), w. of John, earl of Oxford, see Howard
-, Eliz. (d. 1559), m. Sir Ant. Wingfield, 160
-, Eufeme de, w. of Aubrey, earl of Oxford, 232–3
-, Sir Geo., 160
-, Gilb. de, rector of Great Abington, 14
-, Hen., 40
-, Hugh de, earl of Oxford, 13–14, 31, 44–5, 54, 56
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1360), 77, 122, 193, 216
-, John de (d. by 1371), and his w. Eliz., 77
-, Sir John de (d. 1421), 160
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1462), 5, 37, 39, 50, 73, 160, 222
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1513), 5, 33, 39, 77, 160, 222
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1526), 5, 39, 160
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1540), 37, 39, 118
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1562), 16, 39, 78
-, Marg., w. of Sir Geo., 160
-, Maud de, w. of Thos., earl of Oxford, 5
-, Ric. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1417), 5, 62 n, 222–3
-, Ric. (d. 1476), 40
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1221), 52 n, 53
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1296), 5, 13–14, 32–3, 41, 45, 54, 62, 72–3, 77, 121
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1331), 13, 40, 122
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1392), 5, 39
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1632), 77, 193
-, Thos. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1371), 5, 122
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1478), 160
-, Ursula, m. Edm. Knightley, 160
-, fam., earls of Oxford, 3–6, 14, 39, 41, 52–4, 56, 61, 67, 71, 73, 77, 99, 114, 118, 121–3, 130, 162, 193, 222, 226, 236

Vestey:
-, R. A., 129, 131, 143, 151, 155
-, fam., 128

Veysey, Hen., 21, 267, 270

village and church institutes, 5, 133, 202, 259, 265

village and parish halls, 20, 39, 61, 70, 113–14, 136, 159, 171, 183, 221, 245

village colleges, see Bottisham; Linton; Sawston

Vitels, Chris., 134

Vivonne:
-, Hugh de, 160
-, Mabel de, see Malet

Vowell, Jos., 256

Voysey, C. F. A., archit., 172

Vye, Mr., 143

W.

Wadye, Wm., vicar of Sawston and St. Andrew's, Cambridge, 111

wages, labourers', 26, 44, 65, 76, 95, 131, 187, 255

waif, 98, 174, 179

Wake, Thos., rector of Burrough Green, 146

Wakefield:
-, Jane, 261
-, John, 55
-, Thos. (d. 1626), rector of Horseheath, 77–8, 80
-, Thos. (d. 1669), rector of Horseheath, 77–8

Wakelin, Eliz., 258–9, 263

Waldegrave:
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1435), 178
-, Sir Ric. (d. c. 1464), 178
-, Sir Thos., 178
-, Wm., 178

Walden (Essex), see Saffron Walden

Waldock, John, 109

Wales, 216

Waleys, Wm. le., 235

Walkefare, Sir Thos., 137

Walkelate, Wm., 54

Waller, Sir Wm., 216

Wallis, Geo., rector of Weston Colville, 189

Walpole:
-, Hen. of, 149
-, Jocelin of, 149

Walsham, Sir Rog., 22, 25, 253

Walsingham, Sir Francis, 67

Walter (?Barbedor), 150
-, his dau., see Joan

Walter, Gilb. s. of, see Gilbert

Walter:
-, Hamon, 233
-, Hubert, abp. of Canterbury, 233
-, Tibbald, 233

Waltham (Essex), abbey, 21, 27, 50, 57, 77
-, abbot of, 27, 56–7
-, estates, 8, 13–14, 24, 51, 54–5, 74–5, 77

Waltheof, Earl, 265
-, his w., see Judith
-, his dau., see Alice

Walton, Rob., 35

Wamsley:
-, E. M., 235; ?and see Scales
-, J. B., 235

Warboys (formerly Hunts.), rector of, see Cooper, Allen

Ward (Warde):
-, Eliz., see Pirot
-, John (d. 1501), 116
-, John (d. by 1505, ?another), 267
-, John (d. 1526), rector of St. Peter's, Duxford and Snailwell, 216, 259
-, John (d. 1762), 9
-, Margery, m. Ric. of Kelshall, 250
-, Thos., 178
-, Wm., 249–50
-, —, 9
-, fam., 116
-, of Little Abington, 9

Wardedieu:
-, Cath., see Pirot
-, Hen., 249–50

Warden (Beds.), abbey, 89
-, abbot, 125, 145
-, estates, 137–8, 143, 161–2, 195, 208

Ware (Herts.), vicar of, see Lagden, Hen. Allen

Warenne:
-, Beatrice de, m. Doun Bardolf, 117
-, Gundreda de, w. of Wm., 149
-, John de, earl of Surrey (d. 1304), 117
-, John de, earl of Surrey (d. 1347), 154, 183
-, Reynold de, 117
-, Wm. de, earl of Surrey (d. 1088), 117, 149, 154–5, 183, 185, 188, 192, 195
-, Wm. de, earl of Surrey (d. 1138), 117, 122, 188
-, fam., 117, 150, 183, 185, 190

Warner:
-, Rachel, see Hanchett
-, Thos., rector of Balsham, 133
-, Wm., 236
-, fam., 54

warren, free, 4, 8, 24, 27, 40, 61–2, 71, 74, 81, 86, 106, 116–17, 249, 265

Warwick:
-, ctss. of, see Ela
-, earls of, see Beauchamp; Dudley

Warwick, St. Mary's college, 267, 272

Warwickshire, Long Itchington, parson of, see John

Wasenham (Norf.), vicar of, see King, Ric.

Wastell, Hen., vicar of St. John's, Duxford, 216

water-meadows, see Babraham; Hildersham

Waterville:
-, Asceline de, m. Rog. Torpel, 221
-, Asceline de, w. of Geof., see Peverel
-, Maud de, m. Wm. de Dive, 222

Wateville:
-, John, 266
-, Margery, w. of Rog., 266
-, Rog., 265–6
-, fam., 273

Watkins, Rob., rector of Bartlow, 34

Watson:
-, Anne, see Hanchett
-, Sir Chas. (d. 1844), 192
-, Sir Chas. (d. 1852), 192, 194
-, Sir Chas. (d. 1888), 192, 194
-, Jas., 208
-, John, rector of Castle Camps, 46
-, Thos., rector of Burrough Green, bp. of St. Davids, 139, 146–7

Way, R. S., 142

Waylett, John, bell-founder, 147

Webb:
-, John (d. 1381), 106
-, John (fl. 1522), 120
-, John (d. 1584), 186
-, John (fl. 1650–72), 134
-, Jonas, 26
-, Ric. (d. 1653), 120
-, Ric. (fl. 1667), 120
-, Ric. (fl. 1775), 120
-, S. O., 117
-, Sam., 26
-, Thos. (d. 1876), 65
-, Thos. (d. 1881), 65
-, Wm., sr., 203
-, Wm., jr., 203
-, fam., of West Wickham, 117, 120

Wedge, Chas., rector of Burrough Green, 146

Weeting (Norf.), rector of, see Lambert, John

Welch, Jas., 234

Weller (or Wells), see Wells

Wellesley, Arthur, duke of Wellington, 6

Wellesley-Pole, Wm., Ld. Maryborough, 6

Wellington, duke of, see Wellesley

Wells:
-, Sir Ric. of (fl. 1302), 107
-, (or Weller), Ric. (fl. 1646–51), rector of Bartlow, 35

Wellstead, D. T., 51

Wendy, Thos., 206

Wentworth, Thos., vicar of St. John's, Duxford, 216–17

Wenyeve:
-, Edw., 40
-, Eliz., 40
-, Wm., 40

West, Nic., bp. of Ely, 133

Westerdale, Nic., 138, 143

Western:
-, Chas., 6
-, Maximilian, 5–6
-, Thos. (d. 1707), 5
-, Thos. (d. 1754), 5, 9, 12, 15
-, Thos. (d. 1781), 6
-, W. C., 34
-, W. T., rector of Bartlow, 34
-, fam., 4, 6, 15

Westhorp:
-, Francis (d. 1689), 64
-, Francis (fl. 1689), 64
-, fam., 64

West Indies, see Barbados; St. Kitts; Tobago

Westley:
-, Thos., 33
-, Wm., 274–5
-, his w., 275

Westley Waterless, 125, 140–1, 147, 177–82
-, adv., 180
-, agric., 178–9
-, assarting, 177
-, char., 181–2
-, ch., 177–8, 180–1
-, cts., 179
-, curates, 180
-, farms, 178–9
-, fields, 179
-, glebe, 179–80
-, guild, 180
-, hearth tax, 278–9, 281
-, inc., 179–80
-, inns, 177
-, man., 177–9
-, man.-ho., 177–8
-, mill, 179
-, nonconf., 181
-, poor-relief, 179
-, pop., 177
-, rectors, 144, 180–1, 189; and see Barker, Jas.; Gregory
-, rectory, 180
-, ho., 177, 180
-, sch., 104, 177, 180–1
-, streams, 177
-, tithes, 180
-, town ho., 181
-, vicarage, 180
-, vicars, 180
-, Westley Bottom, 177, 179, 181
-, woodland, 177, 179

Westmacott:
-, Ric. (d. 1808), sculptor, 168
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1856), sculptor, 168

Westminster(London):
-, abbey, 89, 208
-, estates, 204
-, dean and chapter of, 208

Westmorland, earl of, see Neville

Westoe:
-, Hugh of, 40
-, Rog. of, 40

Westoe (in Castle Camps), see Camps, Castle, Westoe

Weston, Jas., 40

Weston Colville, 125, 135, 148, 151–2, 157, 182–91, 194
-, adv., 154, 188
-, agric., 185–7
-, assarting, 186
-, chaplains, 189
-, char., 190–1
-, ch., 156, 182–3, 188–90
-, cts., 188
-, curates, 189–90
-, dom. archit., 183
-, fair, 183
-, farms, 182–9
-, fields, 186
-, glebe, 188–9
-, guildhall, 189
-, hearth tax, 278–9, 281
-, inc., 148, 153, 155, 182–3, 185–8, 190
-, inns, 183
-, man., 150–1, 182–8
-, man.-ho., 182, 184–5
-, nonconf., 189–90, 198
-, par. officers, 188
-, poor-relief, 188
-, pop., 182
-, rectors, 187–9, 191, 197; and see Lagden, Hen. Allen; Natures, Edm.
-, rectory, 181, 189
-, ho., 182, 189
-, roads, 182–3
-, sch., 157, 190
-, sports ground, 183
-, streams, 182
-, tithes, 139, 155, 188–9
-, town ho., 189
-, vicar, 189
-, vicarage, 189
-, Weston Green, 182–3, 185–6
-, woodland, 182

Westrope (Westropp):
-, Francis, 214
-, fam., 239

Whaddon, 161, 206–7

Wheatley:
-, Anne, w. of John, 117
-, Geo., 117
-, John, 117

Whiffen, fam., 97

Whisson, Steph., vicar of Babraham, Camb. University librarian, 28

White:
-, Allen, 268
-, Thos., rector of Horseheath, 78

whiting-makers, 97

Whittlesford, 109, 136, 199–200, 202, 205–6, 211, 223, 263–76, 264
-, adv., 272
-, agric., 263, 268–70
-, chant., 272–3, 275
-, chaplains, 272
-, char., 273 n, 275–6
-, ch., frontispiece, 263, 271–4
-, cts., 266, 270–1
-, curates, 273, 275
-, dom. archit., 263–4
-, fair, 270
-, farms, 264, 269–71, 276
-, fields, 263, 269
-, glebe, 268, 272
-, guild, 272
-, hearth tax, 277–8, 280, 281 n, 282
-, hospital, 265
-, inc., 263, 265–9, 272
-, ind., 263, 270–1
-, inns, 264, 266
-, man., 263, 265–70, 272, 274
-, man.-ho., 263, 266–9
-, mkt., 270
-, mills, 192, 267, 270, 272
-, Mutlowe moor, 199
-, nonconf., 218, 263, 273–5
-, par. officers, 271
-, poor-relief, 271, 276
-, pop., 263
-, rly. sta., see Whittlesford Bridge, rly. sta.
-, rectors, 272
-, rectory, 267–8, 272
-, ho., 268, 272
-, roads, 263–5, 271
-, St. Andrew's Theological College, 273
-, sch., 274–5
-, streams, 263
-, tithes, 267–8, 272
-, town lands, 271, 275–6
-, vicarage, 272–3
-, ho., 265, 272, 275
-, vicars, 269, 272–3, 276; and see Haskin
-, village green, 263
-, woodland, 263
-, workho., 271–2, 275–6

Whittlesford Bridge (in Duxford, Hinxton, Pampisford, and Whittlesford), 199, 202, 221, 270
-, chapel, 215 n, 228
-, fair, 202
-, hospital, 202–3, 208–9, 212, 215–16
-, inns, 202, 209, 215, 264
-, rly. sta., 202, 212, 248, 264–5

Whittlesford Co-operative & Industrial Soc., 265

Whittlesford hundred, 1, 125, 199– 200, 200, 230, 240, 255, 277–8, 280–2
-, ct., 199

Wibsey & Son, 270

Wichinz, see Wiking

Wickham, Nic., vicar of Linton, 100

Wickham, West, 1, 53, 72, 74, 113–24, 127, 132–3, 135, 157, 191, 194, 196
-, adv., 121–2
-, agric., 113, 118–21
-, assarting, 113, 119
-, Burton End (Bovetoun), 114, 120–1, 123
-, chaplain, 122
-, char., 124
-, ch., 78, 114, 121–4, 197
-, cts., 115, 121
-, curates, 122–3
-, dom., archit., 114
-, Enhale (Yen Hall), 1, 114–15, 117– 20, 122, 191
-, farms, 115, 118–21
-, fields, 113, 119–20
-, glebe, 118, 120, 122
-, guildhall, 122
-, hearth tax, 278–9, 280 n, 281
-, inc., 34, 113–14, 118–20, 122
-, inns, 114
-, man., 72, 113–18, 120–1, 192
-, man.-ho., 115–18, 122
-, mills, 121
-, nonconf., 123
-, pk., 72, 117, 120
-, poor-relief, 121
-, pop., 114
-, rectors, 119, 121–3
-, rectory, 118, 120–2, 124
-, ho., 116, 123
-, roads, 114
-, sch., 124
-, streams, 113
-, Streetly (End), 1, 70, 114–22
-, tithes,, 34, 116, 118, 120, 122, 132
-, vicarage, 123
-, woodland, 113
-, Yen Hall, see Enhale

Wigmore, Mortimer of, see Mortimer

Wignold (or Martin), John, vicar of Shudy Camps, 58–9

Wihomarc (fl. 1086), 151, 184

Wiking (Wichinz) (fl. 1066), 162

Wilbraham:
-, deanery, 132
-, Great, man., 251
-, Six Mile Bottom, q.v.
-, Little, 140
-, rector of, 140
-, preceptory of the Knights of the Temple, 151

Wilburton, 186

Wilder:
-, John Trafalgar, rector of Carlton, 155
-, P. H. E., rector of Carlton, 155
-, W. S. P., rector of Carlton and Great Bradley, 154, 156
-, fam., 154

Wilford:
-, John (fl. 1428), 23
-, John (fl. c. 1460, another), 23

Wilkes, Wm., 151

Wilkin:
-, E. V., 85
-, Sir Wal. Hen., 85

Wilkinson:
-, E. W., vicar of Linton, 102
-, R. B., 223–4, 229

William I, 149, 232, 247, 265

William, archdeacon of Ely, 106

William, count of Boulogne (d. 1159), 232, 234

William son of Aeliz, 193

William son of Alan, 6

William son of Henry, 74

William son of John, 25

William, Fulk s. of, see Fulk

Williams:
-, John, rector of St. Peter's, Duxford, 216 n
-, (or Cromwell), Sir Ric., 23

Williamson:
-, Sir Hedworth, 192, 194, 196
-, fam., 120

Willingham, see Carlton cum Willingham

Willis, John and Thos., see Fleming

Willowes, Joan, 35

Wilmington (Suss.), priory, 249

Wilmot, Geo., 277

Wilton, Jas., sculptor, 102

Wiltshire, John, 160

Wiltshire, 25, 35, 116, 189, 207 n
-, Devizes castle, keeper of, see Sandford, Thos. of

Wimbish, Nic., 74, 235

Wimbold:
-, John, 73
-, Marg., see Boure

Wincall, Rog., vicar of Little Abington, 16

Winchester:
-, earls of, see Despenser; Quincy
-, marquess of, see Paulet

Winchester, bps. of, see Ethelwold; Gardiner, Steph.

Windsor:
-, Godehold of, see Ros
-, Hugh of (fl. 1250), 62
-, Hugh of (d. by 1279, ? another), 7

Windsor (Berks.), St. George's Chapel:
-, dean and canons of, 237, 242–3
-, estates of, 237, 240

winesilver, 130

Wingfield:
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1552), 160
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1605), 161
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1638), 161
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Thos., m. 2 Hen. Reynolds, 161
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Ant., see Vere
-, Ric., 161
-, Sir Rob., 160–1, 163
-, Sir Thos., 161

Wini, Thurstan s. of, see Thurstan

Wissant:
-, Helewise of, w. of Wm., 8
-, Maud of, m. Rob. Butler, 8
-, Wm. of, 8

Wistowe, Rob., vicar of Babraham, 28

Witchingham (Norf.), 87

witepund, 130

Withers, J. R., 183

Withersfield (Suff.), 57, 72, 113, 122
-, rector of, see Okes

Wivenhoe (Essex), 185

Wodeway, John, rector of Weston Colville, 189

Wolf (Wolfe, Woolfe):
-, John, 115
-, John Goodden, 150
-, Marsh, 150
-, P. K., 142
-, Thos., 237
-, Wm. (d. after 1372), 115–16
-, Wm. (d. 1401), 115
-, fam., 113 n

Wollaston:
-, Edw., rector of Balsham, 135
-, Sir John, 235

Wolsey, Thos., Cardinal, abp. of York, 15

Wombe, John, 41

Wood:
-, Edw. (d. 1599), 108, 233, 237
-, Edw. (?another), 23
-, John (d. 1590), 233, 237, 239
-, Sir John (d. 1610), 233 n
-, Sir John (d. 1634), 108, 233 and n, 234, 237, 239
-, fam., of Ickleton, 237

Woodditton, 16, 171, 176
-, ch., 175

Woodford (Essex), rector of, see Boldero

Woodstock, Thos. of, duke of Gloucester, earl of Buckingham, 251
-, his dau., see Anne
-, his w., see Bohun, Eleanor de

wool, 10–11, 25, 32, 55, 65, 75, 108, 152, 164, 186–7, 195, 238

Woolfe, see Wolf

Wool (Wulves, Worstead) Street, or Via Devana, 1, 3–4, 19, 59, 70, 80, 113, 125, 127

Woolward, John, 135

Wootten, J. A., 9

Worcester, earls of, see Tiptoft

Worcestershire, see Evesham

workhouses, see Dullingham; Linton; Sawston; Whittlesford

works, villeins', 9–10, 25, 32, 42, 54, 64, 75, 89, 91, 108, 119, 130, 144, 152, 163, 195, 209–10, 225, 238, 253, 268
-, commutation of, 10, 42, 108, 130, 152, 163, 185, 195, 209–10, 238

Wormegay (Norf.), hon. of, 117

Worstead Street, see Wool Street

Worsted Lodge, see Balsham, Worsted Lodge

Wratting, Sir Phil, of, 193

Wratting, Great (Suff.), 178, 191

Wratting, West, 8, 120, 125, 129, 132, 135, 162, 177, 185, 189, 191–8
-, adv., 197
-, agric, 195–6
-, char., 198
-, ch., 191, 197–8
-, Common, 114, 183, 191, 193, 195
-, cts., 196
-, curates, 197
-, farms, 192–5, 198
-, fields, 195
-, glebe, 195
-, guild, 197
-, hearth tax, 278, 280–1
-, inc., 191–8
-, inns, 192
-, man., 130, 184, 192–6
-, man.-ho., 81, 191–4
-, mills, 196–7
-, nonconf., 134, 197–8
-, Oxcroft, 191, 193–6
-, Pk., 191–2, 194, 196
-, poor-relief, 196–7
-, pop., 191
-, prison, 196
-, rectory, 195, 197
-, ho., 191–2, 195
-, roads, 191
-, sch., 198
-, streams, 191
-, tithes, 132, 195, 197
-, town ho., 198
-, vicarage, 197
-, ho., 191, 197
-, vicars, 122–3, 189, 196–8
-, village green, 191, 194
-, woodland, 191, 195–6

Wren:
-, Mat., bp. of Ely, 57, 101
-, Thos., 108

Wright, Wm., 157

Wroxall:
-, Joan, see Peverel
-, Sir John, 116

Wulfhun (fl. c. 970), 84

Wulfwin son of Alfwin, 5, 22, 24, 31, 39, 61, 73

Wulves Street, see Wool Street

Wyborne, Thos., 129

Wyborowe:
-, Thos., 192, 194
-, Wm., 192, 194

Wykes:
-, Hen. of, 73
-, Ric. of, 73
-, Thos., 172–3

Wyndham:
-, Cath., 233
-, Percy Chas., M.P., 233–4
-, (later O'Brien), Percy, see O'Brien

Wynne, Ric., 180

Y.

Yen Hall (in West Wickham), see Wickham, West, Enhale

York, 111
-, abps. of, see May; Wolsey
-, prebendary of, see Sayer, Rob.
-, St. Mary's abbey, 15, 99
-, abbot of, 15

Yorke:
-, Chas. Phil., earl of Hardwicke, 124
-, Phil., earl of Hardwicke (d. 1790), 115
-, Phil., earl of Hardwicke (d. 1834), 118, 120, 122–3
-, fam., 115, 123

Yorkshire, 51, 86, 184
-, North (formerly North Riding), see Ainderby; Helmsley; Masham; Richmond
-, West (formerly West Riding), see Beeston; Leeds

Younghusband:
-, John, 224
-, Mary, see Holden