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Warlige 292
Warton, R 296
Warmestry, J (1606) 91
Warner, W C 240
Waryn, J (1511) 53
Warren, J (1713) 131
Warry, W 245
washerwoman xcix
Washfield, Dev. iii, 46, 76
watercarriage 373
waterclock Ixxxix
Waters (or Walters\ Davy

313, 348> 350
Watford, Rob. 297
Watkins, Morgan G 227
W^atson, W Ffloyd 262
Watts, Jas. 206
Watts, J ( 1629) loi
Wauchop, J 271
wax xlii, 37
Way (1501) 51
Weye, W (1430^ Ixx, 36, 369
Wayte, R le 340
Wcale, ? Bennett, cxii
Webber, C (1730J 137
Webber, F (1688) 124
Webber, F (172S) clxxiv,

136, 145, 270
W^ebber, H 37, 268
Webber, T (1761) 148
Webber, W cxviii
Wedemore, W 1,1374) iS
Weekes, Arthur 229
Welland, Rob. Palk (1780)

156
Wells, Hum. Ixxxv
Wells, Neville 205
Wells, Rob. (1 741) 142
Wells. W 268



398



INDEX.



Welyngton, Pet. de. bailiff,

304
\Vendover, J 306
"Wenn, St., Com. 80
Were, J (137S) 20
West gate liv
West, F. Arthur 373
West, R, in 1572, xcvii
Westcott, J Cope 206
W^estcott, Rob. 206
Westlake, J (1433) xliv,

xlviii, 36
Westlake, Raymond (1564)

73, 279
Westley, Rob. 204
Wesley, S cxlii
Weston, Hugh 64
Weston, Isolda de 301
Weston, J (1741) 142
W^eston, Steph. (176S) cxli,

151

Weston, T 8
West ward on 2 87
Wether, J 63
Whalley, J 208
Wharton, Edgar 236
Wharton, P lord 276, 312
Wharton, T 278, 312
Whatley, Som. 344
Wheare, Digory ^1602) cv,

90
Whctcombe, J (1542) 63
Whetcombe, J (1602) 90
Whicker, Adrian (1579) 80
Whiddon, F 277
Whiddon, Oliver (1573) xcvii,

73, 77, Visit. Dev. 781
Whitaker, C Probart 253
Whitaker, N 2S2
Whittaker, T 250
White hall xv, 58
White, H xlvii"
White, J (1520) 56, 268
White, T (1378) Ixvii, 19
Whiteficld, H (1355) xxxv,

Iv, lix, Ixiv, Ixvii, 7, 16
Whytefeld, Miliccnt de 292
Whitehead, H (1409) 30
Whitehead, Jos. Louis 262
Whitehead, T 223
Whitstone, Corn. 58
Whitway, R (1654) 112
Wiclifism Ixiv
Wicnmbe, Walter de, bailiff,

xi
Widdowson, G 204
Wideslade, R de viii, 286
Widworlliy, Dev. 17, 20
Wigan 102
Wygan, carrier 27



Wilberte, Roger (1384) 21
Wilcocks (Treffry) E J 218
Wilcocks, J (1722) 135
Willcocks, W Knapman 244
Wilcox, J 271
Wild, Herb. L. 257
Wildelond, J de 303
Wilgress, G Fred. 224, 374
Wylkyn, Rob. (1446) 40
Wilkinson, E 232
Wilkinson, Erasmus 236, 374
Wilkinson, J H 235, 374
Willert, Paul Ferd. (1867)

194,371
Willett, H (1624) 100
Williams Ixxii
Williams, David 210
Williams, E, in 1572, xcvii
Williams, G 87
Williams, Jas. 337
Williams, J (1362) 12
Williams, J (1564) 73
Williams, J, in 1602, 87
Williams, J (1809) 166,

213
Williams, R, in 1572, xcvii
Williams, S, see Guest-Wil-
liams
Williams, T, in 1545, 62,

65

Williams, T, in 16 18, 279

Williams, W, in 1700, 272

Williams, W (1700) 128

Willoughby, J (15151 55

wills 98, 304

Wills, J (1584) 82

Wills, Jonathan (1648) 110

Wilson Ixxii

Wilson, Plumpton .Stravcnson

227
Wilton, Dr 326
Wilton, Steph. Ixx
Wilton, W Iviii
Winchester hall 291
windows 275
Windsor, Walter ' 1444) 39,

40, 44, 26^, 291
wine xxxix, 367
Winniffe, T (1595) civ, S^,

86, 370
Winnow, St., Corn. 21
Winton, Rob. F Chiappini de

262
\Vise, Arthur 279
Wise, T (1694) 126
Wise, W 33
Wiseburg, J (1354) 7
\\ istlc 340
Willieridge, Dcv. 48
Withers, J Herb. 264



W'ittenham xxix (deeds), 11,
Ixviii, Ixix, 3, 6, 10, 12, I4,

22, 30, 33> 40, 48, 51, 57»

70, 88, 89, 129, 143, 14S,
150, 155, 156, 168, 170,
323 (deeds', 346, 366

Wode, W (1442) 39
Wodeford, R (1378) 20
Wodehay, R 303
Wodeman, R (1399") 25
Woderoffe, W (1555) 68
Wodeward, J Ixx.xi, 76, 77
Wodeward, T (1450) 41
WoUaston, C 217, 374
Wollaston, W Monro (1855)

191
W olsey 50, 56, 63
Wolstenholme, J 281
\Volvey-Astley, J 210
women's wages xxxix
W^ood, Andrew 337
Wood, Ant. a, antiquary,

cxxvi
Wood, J 206

Wood, S 240, b. 4 Oct. 1S50
Woods, F Cunningham 260
Woodleigh, Dev. 150
W^oodyates, T (161 5) 97
WooUcombe, Louis (1837)

180
WooUcombe, W Wyatt(i 834)

179
WooUey, J 219, 372
Woolmer, C E Shirley 223
Wootton, Northants 1 14, i 20,

135, 137, 141- 147, 157,

171, 269 given)
W'ordylonde 292
Worgan, Jos. 210
Wormenhale, Rob. de 293
Worth, Rob. Iviii
Worth, T (1372) 9, 17
Wrey, W 276
Wright, in 1572, xcvii
Wright, F Nelson 232, 374
Wright, Rob. Ixxii
Wright, W, recorder, 273
Wyatt, W (1562) Ixxx, cl'xxv,

71, 72

W'yche, Hugh (135S) 10
Wyde, W lix
Wydelonde, J 22
Wydo 291, 373
Wygcr's hall xxiv
Wykeslond, R de Ix
Wyland, Joan 305
VVyliet, J lix
Wymboll, N 13
Wynard, W 34
Wyncscote, R dc 2, 342



INDEX.



399



Wytewonp:, J 29:;

Wyth, J 2S5

\Vyth, Laurence 298, 340

\\ythij^cs, T, aklcriiian, 30S,

309

Y

Yard, Gilb., in 1700, 273
Yanle, Gill). (1706) 130, 272
Yarnton Ixxxiv, 99, 3.56, 346,
7.74



Yates, Em. E 373
Yates, Rob. Em. 373
Yeate, J (1413) 30
yelming straw xxxix
Yenclall, Rob. (1538) Ixxx,

61
Yerworth, Jas., in I572,xcvii
Yongc, Charlotte cxlv
Yonge, Jas. (1817) iC)S
Vonge, J (1468) 44



Yonge, J, in 14R3, 329
Young, Rob., in 1572, xcvii
Yonge, T 60, 370
Yong, .Sir \\ allt- r 271

Z

Zeward (? .Seward , Tricheus,

in 1572, xcvii
Zigler, Mark cvii
zuccara stigar 22



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