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SURREY

ARCHAEOLOGICAL
COLLECTIONS

GENERAL INDEX
TO
VOLUMES XXXIX to LX

1972

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Surrey
Archaeological Collections
Relating to the
History and Antiquities of the County

published by the

SURREY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY

GENERAL INDEX
TO
VOLUMES XXXIX to LX
Honorary Editor: E. E. Harrison, M.A., F.S.A.

THE SURREY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY


CASTLE ARCH, GUILDFORD
1972

PREFACE
In scope and arrangement the present volume follows fairly closely the pattern of the two previous indexes. Such modifications as have been made are
designed to render it, if possible, more useful. The following notes may help
those using this index for the first time.

Scope and content. The volumes indexed are XXXIX (1931) to LX (1963)
inclusive. Since the Annual Reports ceased to be bound in with the Collections after Volume LIV, and since the material in them is largely of quite a
different category, they have been omitted altogether from this index. This
accounts for a considerable reduction in the number of entries. Otherwise
the aim has been to include entries for all persons and places with significant mention in the text, and as many subject references as were deemed
useful. Archaeological sites outside the county and subject entries for archaeological items which are mentioned only for the purpose of comparison
have been omitted, unless it appeared that the information had not previously
been published elsewhere. The Classified list of illustrations has been discontinued, but illustrations, when they occur, are noted under the subject
headings (e.g. 39. 1-20, illus.)
Persons. An attempt has been made to relate names of people to the places
in connection with which they are mentioned in the text. The name of the
appropriate parish is inserted in brackets following the personal name.
This does not necessarily mean that the person resided in the parish, although very frequently this is so.

For pre-nineteenth-century names variant spellings have been grouped together under the form most nearly conforming to the modern version, with
cross references from the others. In the case of modern names, each
variation is entered separately, with a reference from the general heading
(e.g. Cooke, Coke and Cowke are grouped as variants of Cook, but modern
Cooke has a separate heading).
Only variants actually occurring in the text are listed and if the only version
is an unusual one the name will only appear in that form. It is always advisable to look under all possible spellings. Exceptions to this are early personal names which are versions of place names. These, however spelt, are
entered under the usual spelling of the place.

Peers are entered under their family names where these could be ascertained, with cross references from their titles. The main entry for a married woman is under the name of her (latest) husband, with cross references
from her maiden name and earlier married names if known. Common first

names are abbreviated according

to the table

on p.y.

previous indexes, names of places are entered under the


appropriate civil parish headings, with cross references only from the more
important localities. A special problem in this volume has been the number
of changes in parish boundaries. Although local historians may feel that
it would have been convenient to retain the ancient parish boundaries, for
Places. As

in the

archaeological sites this would not be relevant. I have therefore adopted as


a standard the boundaries as shown on the ordnance survey administrative
map of 1963. To make certain, however, that all localities were correctly
placed within those boundaries would have taken an unreasonable amount of
time. Therefore, as an insurance against inconsistencies, and as an aid to
those who expect to find localities under their ancient parishes, I have added
general cross references at the head of each parish where changes have
occurred (e.g. under Hascombe, "See also Alfold, which now includes the former detached part of H., and Godalming,/orwer parts of which are now in //".)
Headings for parishes now in Greater London have been retained as in the
previous volume.

Under each parish heading there is a paragraph of general subject entries


arranged alphabetically, followed by separate paragraphs for (a) church,
including incumbents, (b) any other specially important buildings, (c) other
places, arranged alphabetically. Under (c) will be found all the references
to place names mentioned in the text, although some of these may also be
included in the general subject paragraph.
very difficult to be consistent in indexing subjects referred
such diversity as occur in the Collect ions, but I have tried
to include everthing significant that might be sought by users of the index,
with as many cross references from alternative headings as seemed desirable. Some large headings, such as Pottery are sub-divided by period, then
alphabetically by find- place, with descriptive notes under each to indicate
types. Under the general period headings: Palaeolithic, Neolithic, Bronze,
Age, Early Iron Age, Roman, Saxon, Mediaeval, only sites and some general
entries have been included, with cross references to headings under which
more specific items will be found.
Subjects.

It

is

to in articles of

rule articles are not analysed, e.g. an article on the history and architecture of a church will have only one entry under the parish (sub-heading
church). on the assumption that users will refer to that article if they are
interested in any of the features of the church. Any such features of special
interest, such as font, screen, etc. will appear in the index under the appropriate subject headings.

As a

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
I

should like to thank

all

those

members

of the Society, as well as colleagues

and friends, who have helped me with advice and encouragement, in particular the Honorary Editor, Mr. E. E. Harrison, Miss M. Gollancz and Mr. F. A.
Hastings. Miss Clare Smith performed the noble task of translating into
neat and accurate typescript the several thousand handwritten slips. The
preparation has taken me longer than I anticipated and I appreciate the
patience which the S.A.S. Council has shown towards me. In spite of the
help I have received and the time spent on the task I know there are still
many shortcomings, for which I alone am responsible.

J.M.H.

ABBREVIATIONS
Personal
Alex.

Names

ABBREVIATIONS
General

Abbeys see Religious houses


Abbot, Abbott: Geo., Archbishop of Canterbury,
and Abbot's Hospital, Guildford 43. 2, birthplace 47. 104, 1 07, illus., legacy to Guildford
freemen 39.93; Geo.,d. 1645, M. P. for Guildford 39. 61; Sir Maurice, Lord Mayor of
London 39.61;Nich. (Reigate) 59. 51; Pet.
(Farleigh) 59.65
Abbot's Hospital see Guildford
Abdell,Wm.(Chipstead) 59.42
Abdy.Sir Wm., Chobham Place 39. 88
Abell,Jos.,V.of Farleigh 54. 131-2
Abergavenny, Lord see Nevill
Abergwili (Aberguilly),Carm.,canonries in
46.93;prebend of Royl in 46.94
Abernon, Abarnon, Abernoun, Aubernon,
Aubernoun,d' see D'Abernon
Abershawe, Jerry, highwayman 46.7
Abinger (Abingworthe):
axes: palaeo. ovate 44. 137,tranchet 46. 109;
earthwork 42. 58; iron mill 40. 73; manor of
Paddington 51. 87,88; meso. site 52.3;meso.
and neo. site, flints from 54. 136; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61; neo. site 52.23-5,
illus.; parish registers 46. 116;Stane St.
near Oakwood Hill 49. 106- 7; traders' tokens
48.20,56. 30; visitation (1724-5) 39.83
church: Abinger Parish Church.by J. A. Gibbs,
reviewed 47. 112; coats of arms in 48. 62-4;
curate of see Powell; Glynne's notes on
55. 68; rectors of see Dean;Lathome;Offley;

Penneck
places: Abinger Hall (Ho.) 46. 51h,48.63;
Abinger Hammer 44. 137,46. 109,47.49,
52. 23-5; Felday 40. 71;Hackhurst (Hockes,

Hockhurst) Downs 40. 76;Oakwood Hill


49. 106-7; Paddington Farm (Manor)

51.87,88,54.136;Parkhurst 40.77,43.11;
Pedland (Pitland,Pedling,Pidling) St. 40. 71
Abinger, Baron see Scarlett
Abington, Major Wm. (Cobham) 58.78
Abingworthe see Abinger
Abraham, Abraam: bridgekeeper (Cobham)
58. 64; of Berkhampstead
Abraham: Hy. (Warlingham)

57. 77
59. 67; Isaac 52. 39

Accounts see Builders' accounts; Churchwardens' accounts ;Compotus


Ace Uil de Larun see Uil de Larun
Acland: fam. (Barnes), arms and pedigree
50. 127-9; Frances, aft. Hoare,<?. v.; Sir John,
Bt., 50. 129; Maria Palmer, aft .Hoare, <?.*;.
Acock, Acocke: John (Burstow) 59.39
Acra, John de 43. 106
Acstede see Oxted
Acton: Mr. (Cheam), attorney 47. 78; Hugh,
alias Eton (London and Streatham), merchant
tailor 52. 36, 39, will of 52.37
Acworth: John, patron of Wandsworth 39. 101;
Rosamond (Chobham) 47. 36
Adam, V. of Southwark 43. 102, 103;atte Fengate,
R.of Ockham 45.45
Adam: fam. (Battersea), arms of 55. 39; Rog.
(Kingston) 43. 122

Adams:

(Blechingley) 59. 55; John (Oxted)


59. 62; Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 61;
(Rother-

Wm.

token of 56.44
Adcocke,Wm. (Horley) 59. 44
Adderley, Mr., lawyer, of New Inn, and
hithe),

Wm.Bray

46. 33-47

passim
Addington see Croydon
Addiscombe see Croydon
Addlestone (Addlesden) see Chertsey

Adee see Ady


Adgate,Adgeat: Fra. (Horley) 59.40,43
Adkins: Edw. (Burstow) 59. 39; T. (Epsom)
57. 16,17
Adkinson,Geo. (Oxted) 59. 63
Adoune see Down
Ady, Adee: Dr., and his daus. Catherine and
Patty (Guildford) 46. 38-52 passirn;V/m. Hy.,
R.of Ockham 45.46
Adze, flint (Hambledon) 49. 90, illus.
Aelmar, Almar: lord of Ockham 49. 120
Agas, Ralph, his survey of Cobham (1598)
45. 152,58.50,51,53,59,71,78
Agate, Wm. (Lingfield) 47. 42
Agelun,Rob. (Farleigh) 41.40
(Ewell) 54. 109, 115, 122
Aglond,
Agmondesham, John 51.96,55. 10,14
Agnes, Prioress of Broomhall 57. 84
Agnet, Roman, R. of Wotton 45. 107
Agriculture: Celtic agriculture in S. 50.47-72,
pi., map; see also Field systems; Lavender;
Peppermint; Sheep farming
Ailesford see Aylesford
Ainscombe,Gab. (Merstham) 59. 48
Aires, Rob., canon of Reigate, brass of 47. 24
Aiscough see Ayscough
Aislaby,Aslaby: John, V. of Farnham 42. 116;
Wm.(LongDitton) 39.90
Akerman, J. Y., directs first excavation of S.A.S.
53.17
Akorton,Marcellinus, Prior of Guildford 42.99
Alan: Prior of St. Mary Overy, Southwark 43. 86;
Thos.,son of 43.92
Albemarle: Duke of see Monk; Earl of see
Keppel
Albert, Prior of St. Pancras, Lewes 43.88
Albini, Aubigny: Wm.de, Earl of Arundel 54.59
Albodus, knight 43.92
Albury (Aldburye, Alderbury):
(See also Wonersh into which parish former
parts of A. have been incorporated)
axes: neo. 54. 37,tranchet 46. 99; barrow
(Newlands Corner) 42. 57, 54. 43; coin, Roman
54. 46; cricket match (1761) 46. 42;fairs:
May Day in Weston Wood 54. 17, Palm Sunday,

Sherborne 54. 17,60. 77,81;flint finds 41.65,


74-5; mace-head 45. 142; manors: Albury
48. 94, 51. 92, Weston (Weston Gomshall)
39. 83,48. 80, belonging to Hy.Polstead 51.95;
maypole 58. 100; military assessment (1805)
52. 60;

mound

mound
in

in

Albury Pk. 54.45,58. 114;

Weston Wood: described

42. 57,

excavated 58.92-103,60.71-8;
neo. finds 52. 26; on Rocque's map 40.73,76,
54. 17, 43-4,

Albury. (Aldburye, Alderbury) cont.


77; "Pilgrims' Way"" at 41. 29,44. 52, 67; registers: non-parochial 46. 124, parish 46. 116;

Roman

roads, alleged 46. 17,50. 147-9;


site on Farley Heath: 45.75,
88-9,46. 10-25, burial urn and Samian bowl
from 40. 118, Celtic gods of 50. 150-1, in
danger of being obscured 46. 129, Martin
Tupper and 46. 10-25, pottery from 42.6776, temple excavated (1939) 48. 31-40; skeleton (18th cent.) 54. 136; stones: large and
unusual 60. 76,80, Sarcen 57 69 standing
54. 17, 45; visitation (1724-5) 39. 83
church, old: coats of arms in 48.80-95,/)/.,
add. and corr.49. 130,52. 66-7, 68;Hussey
drawing of 49. 126; rectors of see Baldcocke;
Peters; Polhill; wall painting 53. pi. XL
places: Albury Downs 40. 77; Albury Heath
46. 42; Albury Pk. 39. 88,40. 76,46. 46, 54. 45,
58. 114,Hussey drawing of 49. 126;Birget

Romano-Celtic

Hill 54. 37; Bloody Hedges 60. 58; Combe


Bottom, drawing of 46. 53; Farley Heath
40. 118,42,67-76,45.75,88-9,46. 10-25,129,
48,31-40,50. 150-l;Harrowshill (Harrowhill)
54. 17,20,58. 102,60.77,81;Jelley's Copse
48. 36; Jelley's Hollow 50. 147; Jubilee Ride
54. 45,58. 114, Newlands Corner 41.29,
42. 57,54. 43; Northowe 51. 88; Ponds Farm
46. 112; Sherborne Lane and ponds 54. 17,
45, 46; Strodeland 51. 88; Weston Ho. 58. 102;

Weston Wood

42. 57,44. 52,67,54. 17,43-4,

57.69,58.92-103,60.71-8;Winterfold Heath
50. 147-9
Albury Bottom see Chobham
Albyn, Geo. ,alias Curzon q.v.
Alchin,Rich. (Betchworth) 59. 37
Alcock, Alcocke: Alice, aft. Leigh, g.u.;Hy.,
Curate of East Molesey 45. 112; Joan P.,
Two face masks in the Guildford Museum
60. 45-9, pi.; John 51. 85;Thos. (Banstead)
50. 107; Thos. (Sutton) 59.72,78-9
Aldburye see Albury
Aldeburgh, Suffolk, benefice of 46. 96
Aldebury (Aldebyrie ),//. Newark see Send:
Newark Priory
Aldefaulde see Alfold
Alderbury see Albury
Aldersey, John, epitaph on (Oxted) 43.47
Aldershot, Hants., meso. finds (Caesar's Camp)
50. 1,4,52. 2 jtranchet axes from 46. 108, 111
Aldham, "a ground called" (Stoke- next- Guildford?) 51.96
Alexander, Allissaundre: Hy.,5th Earl of Stirling (Egham) 39. 91; John, steward of Byfleet
manor 45. 57; Wm., collection of brass rubbings made by 40. 107-12
Alfold (Allfolde Aldefoulde, Arffold, Haffolde,
,

Harfull):

Hascombe, in which parish part of


A. was formerly included).

(See also

Alfold: the story of a Surrey village, by


F. W. Cobb, reviewed 44. 161-3; glass house
in Sidney Wood 48. 156-7; lands in 51. 95;

manors: Sidney Wood

(or Hedge Court or


Rickhurst), reputed 48. 96,Wildwood 48.96,
51. 95; meso. finds 41. 67; military assessment (1805) 52. 60; parish registers 46. 116;
visitation (1724-5) 39.83
church: advowson 48. 95; coats of arms in
48. 95-7; rectors of see Sparkes; Strudwicke;

Westbroke

Crossways 47. 49; Sidney


48. 156-7
Afford, Allford: Lancelot (Blechingley) 59.56;
Rich. (Lambeth) token of 56. 39
Alfred, King, bequest of "Thunresfelda" 45.48
Alfred, of Marlborough (Send) 40. 24,29
places: Alfold

Wood

Alianora see Eleanor


Alice Holt Forest see Farnham;see also
Pottery:

Roman

Alingerugge, John de 43.93,94


Alison, Alisone see Allison
All Cannings Cross, pottery types see Pottery:
E.I. A.
Allan, J., note on med.coin 54.56
Allcroft, Hadrian, examines route of Roman
road at Croydon 45. 137
Allen, Alleyne, Allin: Abel, lord of manor of
Weston, Albury 39. 83, 48. 80, 86; Ant. (Guildford) 39.93;Edw.(Burstow) 59. 39; Elias,his
map of Maiden 41. 35-9, his map of Thorncroft Manor, Leatherhead 41. 41-6; Major
G. W. G. air photographs by 42. 33 50; John
(Buckland) 59. 38;Nath. (Home) 59. 58; Rich.
(Farleigh) 59. 66; Rich. (Nuffield) 59.49;
Thos., Curate of Great and Little Bookham
39.86;Thos.(Gatton) 59. 43; Thos. (Sutton)
,

Thos. Newland, owner of Hampton


Court Bridge, 58. 82-4; Timothy, lecturer at
Dorking 39.90
Allford see Alford
Allingham: Allan (Reigate), stationer 48. 158;
Ant. (Nuffield) 59. 49;Mrs. Chas.48. 158;
John (Horley) 59. 44; John (Home) 59.57;
John (Nutfield) 59. 49; John (Reigate) 59.51,
59. 81;

52,53; Jos. (Blechingley) 59. 56; Jos. (Nutfield)


59. 49;Nich. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Ph. (Blechingley)
59. 55; Ralph (Nutfield) 59. 49; Rich. (Nuffield)
59. 49; Rich. (Reigate) 59. 51; Rob. (Home)
59. 57;Rob. (Reigate) 59. 51; Thos. (Blechingley) 59. 55; Thos. (Reigate) 59.51
Allington (Alyngton),Sx., tithes in 43. 101
Allison, Alison, Alisone: Geo. (Reigate) 59.52;
Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 55

Allissaundre see Alexander


Allport,D.H.,his Dulwich Village reviewed
47. 118
Almar see Aelmar
Almis, And. (Reigate) 59. 51
Alphew,fam.,arms of (Albury) 48.82
Alresford, Hants., R. of see Wakelinge

Alrewas, Staffs., prebend of 46.76


Alsbreke, Harry (Tattershall, Lines.) 57.90
Alston, Edm., canon of St. Mary Overy,Southwark 47.25
Alveton, John de, steward of Byfleet manor 45. 57

Alwalton.John (Southwark) 43.96


Alyng, Alynger: Wm., Abbot of Waverley,will of
47. 17-8
Alyngton see Allington
Amber beads, Saxon, Coulsdon 56. 136; Guildford
39. 13, ?7/ms.; Mitcham 56. 110-2
Ambesas Aumbesas Wm.,M.P.for Surrey
39.57,43.88
Ambledon see Hambledon
Amcott, Amcotte: Hy.,Lord Mayor of London
52. 43; Joan 52.43; Vincent 52.43
Amethyst beads, Saxon, Mitcham 56. 110-2
Amicius, Archdeacon of S., Master of Hospital
of St. Thomas 46.74-5,81
Amis, John (Merstham) 59.47
Ammon,John (Cheam) 47.80
Amphora, glass, Saxon, Mitcham 56. 115 see also
Vessels: glass
Amundele, Gil.de 42.94
Amus,Eliz. (Epsom), token of 48.23,56.34
Amysbery,Godscalcus 42.95
Anabaptists, in Surrey parishes 39.84-103
,

passim
Anchorite's cells and possible oratory (Compton)

51.154-5
Ancient demesne, explanation of 39. 148
Ancient monuments Illustrated regional guide
to, Vol. 2, Southern England, reviewed 44. 168
Ancient Monuments Committee see Surrey
County Council
Ancient monuments in Surrey List of 53.44-5
Anderida see Pevensey
Anderson, Jas. (Warlingham) 59. 67
Andrea Andree see Andrew
Andre, Pierre see Andrews, Pet.
Andrew, the Constable see Calais, Sir Andrew of
Andrew, Andree, Andrea: Wm., Bishop of Meath
,

42.47,99
Andrews, Andrewes, Andre: Mr., aft. Dean of
Canterbury 46. 55; Ben., R. of Ockham 45.45;
G.H.,his plan of
his

map

Coombe

conduit 56. 5; John,


of S. (1777) 40. 71w; Pet. (Pierre

Andre), engraver of Rocque's map 40.70,71,


41. 128;Thos.(Tandridge) 59.64
Angell: John (Crowhurst) 59. 57; John (Crowhurst), court caterer, epitaph on 43.46,47;
John (Stockwell) 39. 90; Wm. (Southwark)
39. 100
Anglo-Saxon see Saxon
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 39 .49,57. 72-3
Angon see Spears: Saxon
Animal burial (Epsom) 49. 93-4; see also
Bones: animal
Animal ornament, Saxon, development of 56. 1512

Anketin,Anketil: Rob.de 43. 102,103

Ann, Mich. (Leigh) 59. 46-7


Annand,fam. (Sutton) 59. 70
Anne, Queen, hunts in S. 43. 4; visits Epsom
51.110
Anne, of Denmark, Queen, and By fleet Manor
45. 68-70,50.99, 101, 102,51. 100; arms of,
in Guildhall, Guildford 51.97-101

Anscombe,Aniscombe: Mich. (Reigate) 59.52;


Wm. (Merstham) 59. 47
Ansell: fam. (Dorking), connection with the
White Horse 54. 73; Edw., carpenter and innkeeper 54. 73, 74; Wm., surgeon 54. 74
Ansf rig, holder of manor of Mickleham 47.2
Ansgorus, presbyter 43.96
Ansley: Brian 51. 95,96;Nich. 51. 96
Ansoaldas, Merovingian moneyer,coin of
(Brockham) 56. 134
Ansted (Anstiebury?) Camp see Capel
Anstiebury see Capel
Antipaedobaptists,in S. parishes 39.85,90,97,
99
Antiquaries, Society of, foundation of 49.2,
Wm. Bray's references to 46.46,48,49,50,
52,53
Antiquaries' Club, Wm. Bray's references to

46.53,54
Antiquities and records, The Society's collection of 53. 61-77
Antiquities in the administrative county of
Surrey, 3rd ed., reviewed 47. 116-8;4th ed.,

reviewed 52.96-7
Antiquities of Surrey, Schedule o/(1913) 53, 52

Antrobus: Mr. (Sutton) 59.79;Sir Edm.,M.F.H.


43. 8; Mary, The funeral surcoal at Stoke
d'Abernon church, I. The condition and repairs, with a note on the funeral helmet

46.59-60
Apperdele,Aperdele: fam. 41. 42; John 47.3;
Rog. (Leatherhead) 47. 3,55. 12; Wm. 42. 97;
see also Ayerdele, Rog.
Appleby, John, his w. Dorothy (Southwark and
Streatham) 39. 100,47.43
Appowell, Jas. Griffith 49. 121
Apsley, fam., arms of 52.76
Apthorp,Apthorpe: East, Curate of Addington
48. 68;Grizzel,a/7. w.of Barlow Trecothick,
q.v.

Apulia, Simon de, Provost of Beverley and


Archdeacon of Wells 54. 59
Aqueducts, Roman (Farnham) 54. 47-8; (Wotton)
uncovered by road-making 44. 149
Aragon, Catherine of see Catherine
Araz,Arraz: Wibert de 43. 108
Archaeological Societies, The future of 49.
1-5
Archaeology, The future of 48. 161-2
Archdeacons of Surrey, Early, 46. 68-97
Archembald see Erchembald
Archer: Sir Hy. 41. 126, his dau. Mary (sic) aft
w. of Fra. Gavell, q.v., his dau. Mary, aft. w.
of Fra. Vincent q.v.; John (Lambeth) 51.85;
Mat, huntsman 43. 10

Arches, Dean of,


see Osbert

i.e. St.

Mary-le-Bow, London

Architectural features: see Bricks and Brickwork; Canopy; Doorways; Fireplaces; Fonts;
Gates; Glass, stained; Guard posts; Hinges;
Image bracket; Ironwork; Knockers; Mural
paintings; Niche; Panelling; Piscina; Polychrome masonry; Reredos; Roof bosses;

Architectural featurescont.
Roofs; Slates, gilded; Staircases; Stucco;
Vanes; Wallpaper; Windows
Architecture: artisan style, 17th century 59. 8990; domestic, post-Restoration, preservation
and recording of 41. 110-8; houses in Epsom,
Ewell and Cuddington 51. 110-33, pis.; Sir
Stephen Glynne's notes on churches 55.65117; see also Artington: Braboeuf Manor;
Banstead: Garratts Hall; Barns; Bell steeple;
Bridges; Byfleet: Byfleet Ho.;Cobham:
Hatchford Mausoleum; Conduit houses; Cuddington: Nonsuch Palace; Ditton, Thames:

(Home) 59. 57; Thos. (Mickleham) 45. 154;


Thos. (Tandridge) 59. 63
Arnot,Mary (Rotherhithe), token of 48. 29
Arnulph, de Suthwerk see Southwark
Arragon, Catherine of see Catherine
Arran, Earl of see Butler, Chas.
Arraz see Araz
Arretine ware see Pottery: Roman, Walton-onthe-Hill

Arrowheads:
bronze: Farnham 49. 103-4, illus.
flint: recent finds in S. 58. 109-11, illus.;
tanged and barbed, Godalming 57. 101,
Leatherhead 42. 109

Weston Manor Farm; Epsom: Church St;


Ewell: Ewell Grove; Farnham: Castle;
iron: (Ashtead) 42. 80, illus.
Grottos; Guildford: timber framed cottages;
Arthur: Mr. (Mitcham) 56. 54, 71; Amos (Horley)
Horley: Coldland Farm; Ice house; Mickleham:
59. 43; Edm. (Reigate) 59. 53;Obadiah (Horley)
the Old House, West Humble Chapel; Railways;
59.45
Seale: Poyle Pk.;Send: Newark Priory;
Artington (Arlington, Ertendon):
Shackleford: old barn; Southwark: Winchester
{See also Guildford, into which pari of A. has
Ho.; Sutton: railway buildings; Wallington:
crypt, med. (?); Woking: old Palace; and

churches, under parishes


Archives of public administration 53. pis.
XXXVHI, XXXIX; see also Records
Arden: fam. (Leigh) brasses 55. 95;
Arden, Lord see Perceval, Chas. Geo.
Ardington (Ardyng), Berks. 52. 34, vicar of

52.

33

Aren, Rob.de 43.101


Arffold see Alfold
Argall.Thos. 51.90
Argle: John (Lingfield) 59. 59; Rich. (Lingfield)
59.59
Argyll, Duke of see Campbell
Arlbon, John, V. of Wandsworth 49. 122
Arlington see Artington
Armagh, Archbishop of see Hoadley
Armlets, Saxon: Croydon 56. 138; Ewell 56. 139;
Godstone 56. 141; see also Bracelets
Arms, heraldic: armorial window, Cranleigh
39. 151-3;funeral surcoat, Stoke d'Abernon
46. 59-67;in Guildford Guildhall 51.97-101,
pis.; in stained glass at St. John's, Stoke-next Guildford 55. 18-31, pis.; in Surrey churches,
Pt.I 48. 61-112, pis. ,corr. to Pt.I 49.130,
Pt. II 50. 105-32, illus, add. and corr. to Pts.
land H 52. 66-8, Pt. IE 52. 69-79, illus., Pt.
IV 55. 32-40; med. heraldic pendant, Farnham
56. 161-2; on roof bosses, Godalming 50. 1645,/>Zs.

Arms

and armour see Crossbow; Daggers;


Helmet; Shield bosses; Spears; Swords
Army: recruitment (1805) 52. 60-5; Surrey
regiments 40. 48, 50; see also Militia
Arney,John (Sutton) 59.81
Arnold, Arnolde, Arnoll: fam. (Battersea), arms
of 55. 37; Mr. (Artington) 46. 33; Ant. (Epsom),
token of 56. 34; Eliz. (Betchworth) 39. 85;
John (Oxted) 59. 62; Mary (Betchworth) 39.85;
Ralph (Reigate) 59. 50;Reaulen (Lingfield)
59. 61; Rich. (Betchworth) 39.85,40. 121,
59. 36, 37; Symond (Lambeth) 52. 32; Thos.

been incorporated)
bronze ornament found at 51. 143; enclosure
48. 144; manors: Artington 49. 82, 83, Braboeuf 49. 82-4, Loseley 48. 144; military
assessment (1805) 52.60; "Pilgrim's Way" in
44. 55, 68-9; visited by: Pepys (Brabeouf)
50. 167, Q. Eliz. (Loseley) 45. 67; Wm. Bray
(Loseley) 46.48,49,51,53
Loseley Ho.: library 54. 143; on Rocque's map
40. 75; visited by: Q. Eliz. 45. 67

Wm. Bray

46.48,49,51,53
St.

Catherine's (Catton) Hill and Chapel 44. 55,

63, 68-9, 46. 33, 48. 159, 49. 126, 51. 143;
Hussey drawing of 49. 127

other places: Boywyk 49. 83; Braboeuf Manor


Ho. 39. 93, 49. 84-9, illus., 50. 167; Westneye

49.83
Artisan style see Architecture
Arundel, Arundell: Chas. 51. 91; Math. 51. 91;
Sir Thomas, his dau. Jane 51. 90
Arundel, Earls of see Albini, Wm. de; FitzAlan,
Hy.; Howard, Thos.
Aschwy see Esswy

Ash

(Aysshe):

Normandy, into which parish former


parts of A. have been incorporated)
barrow, possible (Round Butt) 42. 32; enclosures 48. 144, 147; manor of Formans (reputed)
48. 98; military assessment (1805) 52.60;
parish registers 46. 116,47. 103; perforated
(See also

quartzite implement from 50. 137; visitation


(1724-5) 39.83
church: chapelry of, at Frimley see Frimley;
coats of arms in 48. 97-9, add. and corr.
55. 39-40; Glynne's notes on 55. 68; rectors
of see Emms; Harris, John; Manning; Stoughton
places: Ashe Lodge 55. 40; Henley Pk.40.41;
Round Butt 42. 32
Ash, Campsey, Suffolk see Campsey Ash
Ashborne, Ashbourne: John (Blechingley) 59.56;
Rich. (Burstow) 59. 39
Ashburnham, Isabel (Kitchenham, Sx.) 47.49

(Oxted) 59. 62; Mr. (Farnham)


drawings by 56. 162
Ashcombe, Lord see Cubitt
Ashdown Forest, Sx., Camp Hill, Roman road
near 40. 104; King's Standing on 40. 105
Ashenhurst, Randolph (London) and his bro.Thos.
57.23-4
Ashley, Mary, of Ashley House, Epsom 51. 118
Ashtead (Asted, Aystede):
as part of Copthorne and Effingham hundreds
50. 157; axes found at, flint and stone 51.141,
55. 118; B.A., E.I.A. and Roman finds 41. 93-8;
burials, possibly Saxon 56. 146; coin, E.I.A.
50. 139-41; earthwork on A. Common 42. 77;
enclosures, common fields and open fields

Ashby, Ashbey:

39. 92; H. P.,

40. 73, 48. 131, 135, 139; excavations at 53.


manors: Ashtead 39. 149, 48. 101, 102,
pi

Xm;

105, 110, Samers 51. 88; military assessment


(1805) 52. 61;on Rocque's map 40.76;parish
registers 46. 116, 47. 103; pits, E.I.A, possibly
flint mines 41. 93-7; pottery: E.I.A. 50.13941. Roman 41. 97-8, "chimney pots" 42.61-6,
med., probably kiln site 47. 58-66; Roman
sites: brickmaking 45. 74, 75, 89, 92, 94, near
church 42. 77-84, tile factory, patterns,
examples found 50. 94, villa, pottery from
48.45-60 passim. 53. 11, pis. XXIX -XXX;
Saxon finds 56. 132;Stane St. in 42. 11-4,
51. 147 -51; visitation (1724-5) 39.83

church: Ashtead Church: its story and memories, by E.J.Austin, reviewed 41. 135;branched candlesticks in 47. 31; brass of Eliz.
Bodley 52. 43; coats of arms in 48. 99-112,
corr. 49. 130, 52. 67; Glynne's notes on 55. 69;
rectors of see Hamelot;Kyrkeham;Montfort;
Roman building material used in 42. 77, 84;
stained glass from Herckenrode Abbey,

Flanders 48.107-9

Farm 42. 14; Ashtead Pk.


40. 76; Copthorne field 48. 166; Craddocks
Lane 47. 58; Little Ashtead Farm 48. 105;

places: Ashtead

Newton Wood Rd. 47. 58; Otways 55. 118; Park


Lane 50. 139-41; Pebble Lane 42. 11, 13
Ashton: Ant. (Reigate) 59. 52; Geo. (Home) 59. 57
Ashworth, Edw. (Merstham) 59. 48
Askeby,Wm. de, Archdeacon of Northampton
46.69
Aslaby see Aislaby

Athelstan,King: grant of Thundersfield to

Chertsey Abbey 45. 149; port, of in St. Mary's


chapel, Kingston, rediscovered 48. 6
Athorpe, fam., arms of 48. 68
Atkins, Atkyns: fam. (Clapham) 39. 158; Sir Hy.,
patron of Clapham 39. 89; Wm. (Rotherhithe),
token of 56. 44
Atkinson, R.L., Hon. Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 73;
his reproduction of Rocque's Map of S.,
comments on 40. 65-77; John Slevyn's Chantry at Frimlex 44. 153-5; reviews by 39. 154-

5,44.156-9,46.140-1
Attenores, Ste. (Ewell) 54. 114
Atterbury, Attraburye: Fra., Bishop of Rochester 39. 69; Thos., V. of Kingston 45. 112
Attlee,Atley: Geo. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Hy.
(Dorking) 54. 142
Attwater, Atwater: Edm. (Croydon), tokens of
56. 32; Rob. (Reigate) 59. 53
Atwood, Astwood: fam. (Sander stead) 54.131;
John, livings of 39. 98, 102
Aubernon, Aubernoun, d' see D'Abernon
Auberten, P., drawings by 56. 162
Aubigny see Albini
Aubrey, John, his Natural history and antiquities
of Surrey, errors in 49. 124-5, MS notes for
49. 125, pis., quoted in relation to Defoe's
Tour 55. 43-58 passim, Rawlinson's edition

54.124-33
Audley: Hugh de and his dau.Marg., patrons of
Ockham 45. 44, 46; Lewis (Sanderstead)
55. 105; Maria, nee Bedell, her monument in
Sanderstead ch. 43. 48, 55. 105
Aufrey,Walt. 43.101
Augmentations, Court of see Court
Augustinian canons, dispossessed 47.20-6
Augustinian hospitals see Esher: Sandon Hospital; Southwark: St. Thomas' Hospital
Augustinian priories see Merton; Reigate; Send:
Newark; Shulbrede (Sx.); Southwark: St. Mary

Overy; Tandridge

Aumbesas set Ambesas


Aumbry, Merstham, found during

restoration
40.117-8,/)/.
Auncell, Rob., Prior of St. Pancras, Lewes 43. 84
Austen, Jane, the novelist, and Epsom 51. Ill
Austin, Austen: Ann (Cheam) 47. 78, 79, her son

Astwood see Atwood

Thos. 47. 78; E.J.,his Ashtead Church reviewed 41. 135; Edw. Vaughan, Hon. Secretary of
S.A.S. 53. 14, 19, 21, 35; Geo., Mayor of Guildford,//. 1589 51. 97, 52. 90; Geo., of Shalford
Pk.,/7. 1704 39. 99, Hy. Edm., record of perambulations of Shalford 60. 87; John (Shalford)
39. 99; Rob., of Shalford Ho., his w. and his
bro. Hy. 46. 42, 47, 48, 54, 55; Wm., Abbot of
Tichfield, patron of Cranleigh 39. 152
Avarn's charity, Tooting-Graveney 57.98
Averey, Thos. (Dorking) 54. 72
Axe-hammer, perforated, Ripley 52.80-2, illus.

Aswy see Esswy

Axelle, van, fam.,

Atbridge, Hugh, R. of Ockham 45. 45, 46. 139


Atheling Street (Athelingestrate) see London:
Watling Street

Axes:
bronze: Carshalton 49.67, iZ/ws., Walton-onthe-Hill 58.111-2, illus.; socketed: Betch-

Aspull, Ayspole: John, patron of Ockham 45.45;


Thos., R. of Ockham and W. Hcrsley 45. 46w

Assenden (Asshedon) see Essendon


Asser, Hy., Curate of Pirbright 42. 114

Asshewy.Aswy see Esswy


Asted see Ashtead
Astle: Dan., Keeper of the Forest 55. 33; Thos.,
Keeper of the Records of the Tower of
London 46. 45, 47, arms of (Battersea) 55. 33
Astley, fam., arms of 55. 20

arms

of 40. 114, 116

Axes: bronze cont.


worth 49. 102,/>/., Famham 55. 122, illus.
flint and stone: palaeo: Abinger 44. 107,
Farnham 54. 3-9, illus., Reigate 45. 140-1,
illus., Walton -on -the -Hill 54. 136-7, illus.;
meso: tranchet 41. 50-78 passim, 46. 98-113,

Farnham 44. 46, Kingswood


58. 109, z//s. ..Sanderstead 60. 82, illus.,
Walton -on -the -Hill 58. 108, illus., Wotton
60. U, illus. ;neo.-B.A.: Ashtead 51. 141-2,
illus., 52. 4-6,

illus. Coulsdon 49. 94-8, illus. Farnham


50. 135-6, illus., Frensham 50. 135-6, illus.,
Kingston 51. 141, Mickleham 52. 80, Reigate
55. 120,Titsey 51. 141,Witley 52. 80; undated:
,

Ashtead 55. 118, illus., Ewhurst 55. 118, illus.,


Horley 55. 119, illus.; polished: Godalming
59. 86, illus., Guildford, Leith Hill S.
49. 90-3, illus. Woking 55. 120-1

wood

Nor-

Ayerdele, Rog. 42. 98; see also Aperdele


Aygnens, Thos. de 43. 100-1
Aykerode, Sir Wm., R. of St. Leonard, Streatham
52.34
Aylerd, John (Blechingley) 59.54
Aylesbury, Bucks., friars minor of, bequest to
43.54
Aylesford, Ailesford: Eliz., Countess Dowager
of, of Albury Park 39. 83; Lady 46. 51
Aylesford, Earl of see Finch
Ayliffe: fam.,arms of 52. 76; Jos., steward of
Chipstead 48. 43
Ayloffe,Sir Jos. 46. 45
Ayme, Thos. (Kingston) 44. 104
Ayscough, Aiscough: Ph.,R.of St.Olave's,
Southwark 39. 100; Wm., Bishop of Salisbury
43.88

Ayscram, Wm., V. of Thorpe


Ayshire see Esher

45. 106

Ayspole see Aspull


Aysshe see Ash
Aystede see Ashtead
reviews by 44. 161-3
Bacheler see Batcheler
Bacon: Sir Fra.,and Byfleet manor 45.68; John,
B., A.H.,

sculptor of monument in Ockham ch. 45. 37;


Josiah (Bermondsey) 39. 85; Sir Nich., Lord
Keeper of the Great Seal 51.91
Baddeley, Math. (Tooting Graveney), bell -founder 57. 99
Badger: Mrs. (Cheam) 47. 78; Ann, patron of
Tandridge 39. 100; Geo. (Reigate) 59. 51; Jas.
(Cheam) 47. 81; Thos. (Cheam), innkeeper

39. 92; Hy. (Reigate) 59. 51; Jas. (Sutton)


59. 76; John (Charlwood) 59. 41; John (Pir-

bright) 42. 114; John (Reigate) 59. 52, 53;


John, of Weston Manor Farm (Thames Ditton)
59. 33; Pet. 51. 91; Rich. (Chipstead) 59. 42;
Rich. (Reigate) 59. 51, 53; Rowland G. M.,
Historx of the Thames Bridges between
Hampton Court and East Molesex 58. 79-86;

Wm. 51. 94; Wm. (Tandridge) 59.63


Bakhovs, Adam (Kingston) 44. 129
Baldcocke, Barth., R. of Albury 45. 105
Baldwin, Rob. son of 43. 92
Baldwin, Baldwine, Buldwin: Edw. (Kingston),
token of 48. 25, 56. 38; John (Horley) 59. 44;
Wm. (Charlwood) 59.41
Balfour, Major

(Thames

Ditton) 39. 90

Balfour-Browne, Mrs. F. L.,note on charcoal


from Overwey pottery kiln 51. 54
Ball, Hy., monk of Sheen 47. 19
Ballard: Geo., charities of 39. 86; John (Oxted)
59. 63; Rob. (Kingston), token of 56. 37
Balliol, Helen de, aft. w. of Wm. de Percy 57. 79
Balne,Wm., and Byfleet manor 45.61
Baltimore, Lord see Calvert
Bamme, John 43. 60
Banaster, Banastre see Bannister
Bance, Baunce: I.S. (Barnes), chandler, token of
48.20
Bandon, manor of see Beddington
Bandon, Rich. de 50. 169
Banks: fam. (Battersea), arms of 55. 36; Hugh
52. 38; John, merchant tailor 52. 38; Sir Jos.
46. 45, 55;

Wm.

52. 38

Bannerman, Ronald, his Forgotten Croydon,


reviewed 41. 135; his Royal Croxdon reviewed

ch. 48. 99, his dau.,

St. Martha's 39. 88, V. of Cobham


39. 89, R. of St. Mary's and Holy Trinity,
Guildford 39. 93, V. of Wonersh 39. 102; John

Curate of

Constance Mary,

w. of Sir Wm. Law, q.v; Mary, aft. Howard,


q.v.; Lt.-Col. Ponsonby, lord of the manor of
Ashtead 48. 100, 101; Rich., his w. Frances
6

Bainard see Baynard


Baines see Baynes
Bainton see Baynton
Baker: Mr., scrivenor 51. 91; Dan. (Wonersh)
60. 87; Edw. (Reigate) 59. 50; Harry (Guildford),
pipe -maker 58. 114; Hy., Curate of Farnham

Bannister, Bannaster, Banaster, Banastre: Hy.,

59. 44

Bagot: fam. (Ashtead), arms of 48. 99, 107, pedigree 48. 100; Adela,a//. Wodehouse, q.v;
Chas. W., R. of Castle Rising, Norfolk, his w.
Mary, wee Chester, memorial window in

Ashtead

Bailey, Baily, Bayley, Bayly, Baylie: Sergeant, aft.


judge and bt. 46. 54, 55; Adam (Gatton) 59. 43;
Chris. (Wandsworth), tokens of 56. 47; Thos.
(Limpsfield) 59. 58; Wm. (Coventry), draper
47. 28; Wm. (Richmond), token of 48. 28, 56. 42

43.128

47.82

Badman, Rich. (Horley)


Badshot see Farnham

aft.

Bowes, net Howard, lady of the manor of


Ashtead 48. 101
Bags, John (Betchworth) 59.36
Bagshaw, Bagshawe: Edw.,M.P.for Southwark
39. 62, 63; Major W. H. (Epsom) 51.112
Bagshot see Windlesham

(Charlwood) 59. 40, 41; John (Chilworth)


John (Titsey) 59. 67; Wm., and lands
in Wallington 50. 168-9
Bansey,Thos. (Woldingham) 59.68
54. 132;

Banstead (Bransted):
barrows and earthworks 42.

30, 31, 32, 38, 44,

Banstead (Bransted)cont.
45, 50. 170, 51. 63-4; B. A. hoard 47. 95-8; coin,
Roman 41. 119; commons and field systems
48. 132, 136; Garralts Hall 42. 85-9, pls.\
History of Banstead, Vol. 2, by Sir H. C. M.
Lambert, reviewed 39. 154-5; manors: Banstead 52. 35, 59. 83, Burgh 50. 110, Canons
39. 84, Perrotts 50. 112, 113, 118; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61; Mr. Buckle's
estate in 42. 32; on Rocque's map 40. 72;
parish registers 46. 116; racing on Banstead
Downs in 17th cent. 44. 2-4, 59. 71; Royal
Hare Warren 59. 71; Saxon finds 56. 133; tax
of 1332 41. 102; tollhouse at Tadworth 59.77;
visitation (1724-5) 39.84

churches: Banstead: coats of arms in 50. 10525, add. and corr. 52. 67, epitaph in 43. 42,
Glynne's notes on 55. 69, vicars of see
Buckle; Edwards; Moyes; Burgh (Bur rough)
chapel, in ruins (1724) 39.84
places: Banstead Common 51. 63-4; Banstead

Downs

44. 2-4, 59. 71; Banstead Heath 50. 170;


Banstead Place (formerly Carpenters) 39.84,
50. 107, 111; Buckle's Gap 42. 44; Copthorne
field 48. 166; Culgaith Ho. 47. 95; Galley
(Gaily) Hills 42. 31, 38, 43; Garratts Hall
39. 84, 42. 85-9, pis., 50. 123; Great Burgh
42. 86; Little Garratts 42. 88; Moncks land
42. 86; Nork Ho. 50. 110; Perrotts 42. 85;
Preston Downs 42. 44; Preston Hawe 42. 44;
Rains Barrow 42. 44; Rooksnest 39. 84; South
Tadworth 39. 155; Tadworth Court 39.84,
51. 105-6; Tumble Beacon 42. 32, 45; Well
Farm (Ho.) 39. 84,42. 85; Yewlands 39.84,
42.86
Banstead Downs Plate 59. 71
Baptists, in Surrey parishes 39. 85, 96, 100
Barber, Barbor: Rich. 42. 92; Wm. le 43. 106
Barbery, Mr. (Wandsworth) 39. 101
Barclay, Chas.,M. P. for West Surrey 60.68
Barentin, Alex, de, estates in Cobham 58.47
Barforde, Rob. 52.38
Barham, Bareham: Nich. 51. 91; Thos. 51. 87
Baring-Gould, S., his The Broom-Squire and
Thursley 54.139-40
Barker: Mrs. (Egham) 39. 91; Jas., V.of Leatherhead 47. 41
Barking (Berking), Essex: Abbess of, and Weston
Manor, Thames Ditton 59. 33; church: and
manor of Tooting Bee 59. 1, burial at 52. 38;
lands at 52. 39; messuage and storehouse in
51.95
Barking {alias Weston), manor of see Ditton,

Thames'
[Barking], Berking: Rich.de 43. 101
Barkingham, Edw. (Caterham) 59. 64
Barlow: Col. 43. 11; Mr., R. of Ewhurst 43.11;
Fra.,/Z. 17th cent., pictures of Clandon by
42. 2-4; Fra., M.F.H. (1922) 43. 12

Barmondsaye see Bermondsey


Barn Elms see Barnes
Barnack, Northants.46. 61
Barnack, Barnake, Bernake: fam. (Northants),

arms of 46. 61; Geof., his w. Isolda,wee Paas


46.66; Joan, aft. w. of Thos. Vincent, q.v.;Sir
John 46. 61 66; Sir Wm. 46. 66
Barnard: Sir John (Clapham), Lord Mayor of
London 39. 158; John (Dorking), Anabaptist
55. 59; Nich., monk of Waverley, V. of Boldre,
Hants. 47. 19
Barnes:
common and enclosures 48. 136, 146; manor
(Barn Elms) 50. 125, 129; mesolithic site on
Common 52. 3, 9; military assessment (1805)
52.61;parish registers 46. 116;traders'
tokens 48.20,56.30
church: bells, arms on 50. 130; coats of arms
in 50. 125-32, ilhis., add. and corr. 52. 67;
curate of see Theckston; Glynne's notes on
55. 70, in relation to font 55. 67; rectors of
see Haughe; Squire
places: Barn Elms 50. 125, 129; Barnes Common 48. 136; Sprigg's piece 48. 146; Windmill field 48.146
Barnes: Mr. 46. 52; Mr., excavates Roman villa
on Walton Heath (1772) 51. 59; Mrs. (Cheam)
47. 82; Allen (Nuffield) 59. 49; Geo. (Sutton)
59. 81; Rich., and Glover MSS 59. 92; Rich.
(Reigate), attorney 48. 159; Rob. (Chelsham)
59.65;Wm. (Oxted) 59.62
Barnet, Barnett: John (Ewell) 54. 122; John (Ling,

59.61;Marg. (Ewell) 54. 110; Wm.,R.of


Sutton, will of 52.44
Barnham: fam., arms of (Banstead) 50. 110;
field)

Cath., aft. Buckle, q.v.


Barns: The Old Barn.Shackleford 44. 147-8,
illus. Ravensbury Park, Mitcham, 52. 84-7,
;

illus.;

Weston Manor Farm, Thames Ditton

59.31-2,

illus.

Barram, Rich.

(Lihgfield) 59. 60

Barrett, Barritt: Jenet, aft. w. of Erasmus Saunder, q .v.; Thos. G. (Ewell) 48. 16; Thos. Her-

cey,of Garbrand Hall, Ewell 51. 126, arms of


51.127
Barrow Green see Oxted
Barrows: analysis and list of barrows in S.
42. 27-60, illus.; bell- barrows in S. 40. 56-64,
illus.; dancing at 60. 76; early excavation of
53. 17; folklore 42. 31; in early charters
42. 33; on maps 42. 32; possible, at Wotton
and Dorking 60. 10-11; Albury, mound in
Weston Wood not barrow 60. 71-81; Chobham:
West End Common, on Rocque's map 40. 72;
Coulsdon, on Farthing Down, Saxon 50. 49;
Croydon: Croham Hurst 49. 98-9; Effingham
56. 147, Puttenham, removed 1817 60. 84; Reigate 57. 101; Thursley, supposed 58. 89-90;
Wotton: Deer leap Wood, excavated 60. 1-18,
illus.; see also Earthworks
Barrows Hedges (Barroweshedges) see Carshalton

Barry, Rich., Earl of Barrymore,and racing in


S.44. 19

Bartholomew: John (Cheam) 47. 81; Pet. (Horley)


59. 43; T. (Cheam), churchwarden 47. 82, 83
Bartlett: Mr. and Mrs. (Cheam) 47. 81-2;Chas.

Barlett cont.
(Buckland) 59. 38; Nich. (Cheam) 47. 82; Thos.
(Buckland) 59. 38
Bartlow, Essex, Good Friday skipping on Roman

barrows

54. 18

Barton, Bartone: Hy. (Blechingley) 59. 54; John


52. 37, 38; Ph. de, Archdeacon of S. 42. 93,
46. 88-93; Rich.de 46.92
Barton Stacy, Hants., tithes of 46. 90
Bashall, Rev. W., alms dish in memory of (Ockham) 45. 40
Bashford: Nich. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Percivall
(Charlwood) 59. 41
Basingherst, Ph. (Limpsfield) 59. 58
Baskerville,Geof., The dispossessed religious
in

Surrey 47.12-28

military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish


registers 46. 116; starch mill at Nine Elms,
on Rocque's map 40. 75; traders' tokens
48. 20-1, 56. 30; visitation (1724-5) 39. 84
church: chandeliers in 47. 33, 34; coats of arms
in 52. 69-79, 55. 32-40; curate of see Verdon;
parson of 51. 88; vicars of see Edwin; Gowers
places: Battersea Bridge 40.69,74,75;
Battersea Pk. 48. 145; Battersea Rise 40. 75;

Ferry Lane 40. 75; Nine Elms


White Lion 48.21

40. 75;

Penge

48. 145;
Battill,

Wm., monk

of

Waver ley

47. 18

Baunce see Bance


Bax: fam., The Bax family, by B. Thistlethwaite,
reviewed 45. 158; Alf. Ridley, his contributions
to S.A.S. Collections 53. 53

Baxendale, Mr. 46. 54


incumbents in 1562 45.97-115
Baye, John (Leigh) 59. 45
Bayley, Bay lie, Bayly see Bailey
Basset, Bassett: Agnes, lady of Burgham 42. 93;
Alan, and foundation of Newark Priory 49. 117; Bayliss, Sx., manor of 51. 95
Baynard, Bainard: fam., arms of (Barnes) 50.
Edw. (Chelsham) 59. 65; Geo. (Tandridge)
59. 63; Gil. (Sutton) 59. 69; Hy. (Chelsham)
131; Mrs. Anne 50. 131; Fulk 43. 99; Geof.
59. 65; Jas. (Caterham) 59. 64; John (Farleigh)
43. 99; Joyce, aft. w. of (1) John Vine, (2) Sir
Thos. Colepeper, q.v.\ Rob. 43. 99; Rog. 43. 99
59. 66; John (Reigate) 59. 53; Ph. 57. 83; Rich.
(Warlingham) 59. 68; Rob. 43. 101; Ste. (TandBaynards Castle see London
ridge) 59. 63;Thos. (Caterham) 59. 64; Wm.
Baynes, Baines: General (Limpsfield) 39.96;
(Chelsham) 59. 65; Wm. (Farleigh) 41.39;
Mr. (Epsom) 39. 91; E. Neil, Mediaeval pottery
found in Compton churchyard 39. 149
Wm. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Wm. (Warlingham)
59. 68; Wm., lord of Burgham (Worplesdon)
Baynton: Fra. 51. 91; Hy. 51.91
42.95;
Beachworth see Betchworth
Bastian, F., Daniel Defoe and the Dorking distBeadle, Bedle: John (Horley) 59. 43; John (Woldrict 55.41-64
ingham) 59. 68; Thos. (Betchworth) 59. 37;
Baston, Thos. (Cheam) 47. 82
Thos. (Farleigh) 59. 66; Thos. (Horley) 59. 44
Bataille: fam. (Ewell) 54. 76; Wm. de 54. 76
Beads:
Batailles (Botalls, Botayles, Botolphs, Bottals,
Roman: Ewell 50. 21;Woking 59. 17
Buttailes, Buttall), manor of see Ewell
Saxon: Coulsdon 56. 136; Ewell 43. 27, illus.,
Batchelor, Batchelour, Batcheler, Bacheler:
56. 139; Farnham 56. 140; Fetcham 56. 141;
(Lingfield) 59. 61; Jas., glazed window in
Guildford 39. 10-3,41. 121; Mitcham 56.110-2,
Stoke- next- Guildford ch. 55. 18; John (Blechillus.
ingley) 59. 55; Jordan le (Ockham) and his w.
Beaker, Edw. (Reigate) 59. 51
Alice 60. 60; Ralph (Leigh) 59. 46; Rich. 60. 61;
Beakers, glass see Vessels: glass
Wm. (Charlwood) 59. 41
Beams, Wm. (Cheam) 47. 82
Bateman, Sir Jas., lord of the manor of Tooting
Beane: Eliz.,a//. w.of Sir John Parsons, q.v.\
57.95
Hum. (Epsom) 57. 1-41 passim, his son,
Batersey see Battersea
Julian Arthur 57. 11,15, his w. Katherine
Bates, Wm. (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 44
57.11,12,14,15
Bath, Earl of see Pulteney
Beanfeast games (Kingston) 44. 103
Bath and Wells, Bishop of see Knight, Wm.
Beard: Mrs. (Wandsworth), schoolmistress 39.
Bath-house, Roman (Beddington) 53.21,60.37101; Rich., R. of E. Horsley 45. 106
Beardmore: fam., arms of 55. 39; Arthur, tomb
44, patterned tile from 50. 94; (Cobham) excavated 50. 73-98, illus.; see also Roman sites
of (Battersea), his 1st w. Dorothy, his 2nd w.
Batley, Jas. C, his Local history records for
Marg. (ne'e Wyatt), his daus. Eliza and Mary
Caterham and Warlingham, Coulsdon and
55.39
Parley, reviewed 59.96
Beardsley, Rob 51. 96, his dau. Marianna,a//. w.
Batstone, R.F.S., Mesolithic flints from Epsom
of Gil. Stoughton, q.v.
Downs and Eivell 48. 150-1
Beast: John (Reigate) 59. 51; Rich. (Reigate)
Batt, Batte: fam. (Albury), arms of 48. 85; Edw.
59.50
(Newington Butts), token of 56. 41; John
Beauchamp: fam., arms of 55. 21, 24, 36; of Blet(Warlingham) 59. 67
soe, arms of 52. 72,73, 74, 75, 79; Ant. (ChobBattemun,Wm. (Streatham) 52. 41
ham) 47. 36; John (Reigate) 59. 50
Battersea (Batersey):
Beaufort, fam., arms of 52. 74
common fields 40. 72; enclosures and field
Beaumont: Col. (Buckland) 40. 77;Wm. (Bucksystems 48. 132, 135, 145; lands in 51. 89;
land) 41.31
Baskerville, Geof., and Goodman, A. W., Surrey

Beavell see Bevill


Beaver, Bever: Mr., of Busbridge Pk. 40. 76;
Rich., R. of Hambledon and Hascombe 45. 108
Beche, Edm., V. of Combe, Hants. 45. 97; Hy. atte,
his w. Juliana, ne'e Maubanc, and Newark
Priory 40.37,38
Bee -Hellouin, Abbey of, and manor of Tooting
Bee 59. 1,9; prior of see Zobel
Bechworth (Becchesward) see Betchworth
Beck, G. M. A., Ogniabene Luleri, a Surrey
glassmaker 52. 89-91
Beckenham, Rob. de, lands in Beddington
50. 168-9; see also Bekingham
Beckford: fam.,arms of (Ashtead) 48. 112; Wm.
(Ashtead), tomb of 48. 112;Wm.,of Weston
Manor Farm (Thames Ditton) 59. 33, 34

Beckwell, Bekewell: Rob. de 43. 88; Wm. de


43. 106
Beckwith, Wm. (Reigate) 59. 53
Beddington (Bedington):
{See also Coulsdon into which parish former
parts of B. have been incorporated)
enclosures 48. 137, 143, 146; land in, granted

Thomas's Hospital, Southwark 50. 168;


manors of Beddington and Bandon, in will of
Sir Rich. Carew 52. 35-6; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers 46.116,
to St.

Roman bath building, discovery and


excavation (1871) 53. 21, re-examination
60. 37-44, patterned tile from 50. 94; Saxon
47. 103;

cemetery, finds from 56.81,89,129,133-4,


152, 154; tithes of 43. 107; traders' tokens
48.21,56. 30; visitation (1724-5) 39.84
church: brass

to

Ph.

Carew

43. 53-60;

brasses

Carew; Hunte)

40. 107-8,/)/.; curate of


see Ley; epitaphs in 43. 37, 45, 46; Glynne's

(Rich.

notes on 55. 70; Historical guide, hy H. V.


Molesworth Roberts, reviewed 40. 132; Hussey drawing of 49. 126; Roman building
material in 60. 44; Roman lead coffin in 40.
126; rectors of see Benese; Leng; Wright
places: Manor Place 52. 35
Beddington, Carshalton and Wallington Archaeological Society's Museum, additions to 41.
137
Bedell: Math., his dau., Maria, aft. Hastings, aft.
Audley, q.v.
Bedford, Bedeford: Hum. de 43. 103
Bedford, Dukes of see Russell
Bedfordshire: see Eaton Bray; Millbrook; Per
tenhall; Pulloxhill; Steltuna; Sutton;

Woburn

Abbey
Bedington (Bedyngton) see Beddington
Bedle see Beadle
Beech see Beche
Beecher, Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 54
Beechworth see Betchworth
Beefflete, Beflett: see Byfleet
Beehives, Roman, possible 57. 57w
Beggar Bush (Puttenham) 49. 114
Beggars Lane, name connected with "Pilgrims'

Way"

44. 70, 79

Beglay,Geo.52.48

Beke: Hy. 51. 95 Hugh 51. 95


V. of Farnham 42. 116
Bekensfeld, Rich, de (Byfleet), bailiff 45. 53
Bekewell see Beckwell
Bekingham, Rob. and his w. Eliz. 51. 94; see also

Bekeham, John,

Beckenham
Bekyngton, Rob. and his w. Eliz. 42. 98
Belasyse: Lady Anne aft. Wo mbwell, (/.>.; Hy., 2nd
Earl of Fauconberg 52. 70
Belchamber, Wm. (Charlwood) 59. 40
Belchier, Wm.,of The Durdans, Epsom
41.31,48.9
Beldh[a]m,Thos. (Wotton) 51.88
Belet, fam. (Coombe) 47. 52
Belgic pottery see Pottery: E.I.A.
Belitha, Beletha, Belitho, Bolitho: fam. 47. 52-3;
possible origin of name 47. 52; Anne, aft. w.
of Sir S. Dyer, q.v.; Edw.,/7. 1630, and his w.
Mary, wee Copp 47. 52; Edw. (Kingston) 47. 524; Eliz. 47. 53; Hannah, aft. w.of Sam. Cox, q. v.;
John (London), goldsmith 47. 53; Warren 47.
57w.; Wm. (Kingston), a Trustee for Georgia,
Sheriff of S. 47. 52-7, benefactor in Kingston
39.45
Bell: Jas. (Kingston) 58. 74; Rob. (Betchworth)
59. 37; Wm. (Betchworth) 59.37
Bell steeple, foundations of at Newark Priory
40.18
Bellamy: Dan., R. of Oxted 39. 98, 102; Dan., V.
of Kew 58. 104
Bellarmine ware see Pottery, mediaeval
Bell-barrows, Some Surrey 40. 56-64, illus.;
see also Barrows
Bellew, Rog. (Cobham) 39. 89
Belleyetere, Belyetere: Rog.le (Exeter) 47.52;
Wm.le (Canterbury) 47. 52
Belli: fam., arms of (Addington) 48.68; Frances,
aft. w. of Wm. Howley, q. v.
Bello Campo,John de 42.95
Belloc, Hilaire, and the Pilgrims' Way 44. 48, 56,
,

66-70,78-82
106-7;

Belmont

Caterham

48. 157; Ewhurst 42.


45. 28; Tooting 57. 99
see Sutton

Bells, church:

Ockham

Belson, Augustine (Dorking) 55.50,51


Belt -tab, Saxon, Croydon 56. 138

Belyetere see Belleyetere


Benamore, Dr. 46. 54
Benbrick, Geo. (Guildford), feltmaker 39. 93
Benedictine Abbey see Chertsey
Benese, Rich., canon of Merton, R. of All Hallows, Honey Lane, London, R. of Beddington,
R. of Long Ditton 47. 21 -2, will of 47. 22
Bennett, Benet, Bennet, Bennets, Benentt: Edm.,
horse keeper 51. 88; Edw. (Godstone) 59.68;
John, his w. Mary, ne'e Leigh 48. 65; Mr. Leighsee Leigh-Bennett; Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 60;

Rob. (Caterham) 59. 64; Rose 52. 43; S.E., and


others,

A Romano-British

kiln

mound

in

Alice Holt Forest 60. 19-36, ///?/s.;Sam.


(Oxted) 59.62;Rev.Walley Leigh- see LeighBennett
Benoit, Marc, epitaph on (Richmond) 43.43
9

Benson: fam., arms of (Addington) 48. 71; Edw.


White, Archbishop of Canterbury, his memorial (Addington) 48. 70-2; Mart., R. of

Merst-

ham 44.51-2
Bentinck: Capt.,of Hunger Hill, Chertsey 40.75;
Wm. Hy. Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Portland

46.54
Bentley (Bentley Green), Hants., chapelry of
Farnham 45. 102, 46. 97
Bentley, Ste. (Tandridge) 59. 63
Benton, Rich (Lingfield) 59. 59
Berde see Bird
Berhe, Pet. de 43. 88
Beriman,Wm. (Horley) 59. 43
Berkeley: Chas.,2nd Earl of Berkeley, Custos
Rotulorum of Surrey 40. 43; Geo., 1st Earl of

Berwick, Mr. (Albury) 46. 47


Bery see Berry
Besill, Mathias, holdings in Leatherhead 55.
Besinga Hearh see Farnham
Bessborough, Earl of see Ponsonby
Best, Beste, Bist: fam., brass (Merstham) 55.99;
Ant. (Horley) 59. 44; Chas. (Buckland) 59. 38
Chas. (Tandridge) 59. 64; Dan. (Chipstead)
59. 42; Edw. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Fra. (Reigate)
59. 52; Gab. (Reigate) 59. 52; Gab. (Tandridge)
59. 63; Hy. (Reigate) 59. 53; John (Chipstead)
59. 42, 51 60, 62; John (Lingfield) 59. 60;
John (Nutfield) 59. 49; John (Oxted) 59.62;
John (Reigate) 59. 51; John (Sutton) 52.48;
,

Nich. (Tandridge) 59. 63; O. (Tandridge) 59. 63;


Pet. (Chipstead) 59. 42; Rich. (Merstham)
59. 47; Rich. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Rich. (Tandridge) 59. 64; Rob. (Sutton) 59. 75; Rog. (Chipstead) 48. 42, 59. 42; Thos. (Chipstead) 59. 42;
Thos. (Reigate) 59. 52, 53; Wm. 52. 48; Wm.

Berkeley (Epsom) 48. 9, 51. 110, and Nonsuch


Palace 58. 5; Jas., 3rd Earl of Berkeley, Custos Rotulorum of Surrey 40. 43; Thos., Lord
Berkeley, and his w. Margery, nee de Lisle,
arms of 55.21,22
(Merstham) 59. 48; Wm. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Wm.
Berkhampstead, Abraham of 57. 77
(Reigate) 59. 52; Wm. (Sutton) 52. 48; Wm.
Berking see Barking
(Tandridge) 59. 63
Berkn, Ant. (Burstow) 59. 39
Betchworth (Bechworth, Beachworth, BeechesBerkshire: see Ardingdon; Bisham; Blewbury;
ward)
Chilton; Hodcote; Hurley; Ilsley; Lockinge;
(See also Brockham, in which parish former
Midgham; Purley; Reading; Ruscombe; Sulham;
parts of B. are now incorporated
Windsor Forest
bronze celt 49. 102; enclosures 48. 143, 147;
Berkshire, Earls of see Howard
manors: Betchworth: 43. 120, East BetchBermers see Berners
worth 40. 120, account roll or compotus (1299Bermondsey (Barmondsaye):
1300) 40. 121,43. 119-20, survey of (1632)
military assessment (1805) 52.62;parish
40. 121,Shelwood 48. 147,Wonham 40. 120;
registers 46. 116; visitation (1724-5) 39.85
military assessment (1805) 52. 61; mill,
(priory):
abbey
46. 92; abbot of see Warton,
mentioned in Domesday, suggested site of
alias Purefoy;and manor of Leigham 51.86;
40. 120-2; on Rocque's map 40. 72; pottery:
and manor of Warlingham 54. 62; dispossesRoman 49. 110-1, 56. 160-1, Saxon 56.134;
sed monks of 47. 16-7; lands of 43. 95, 52. 39;
Protestation returns 59. 36-7; registers: nonpriors of see Constantine; Geale; Henry; John;
parochial 46. 124, parish 46. 116; visitation
sale of land for Winchester Ho., Southwark
(1724-5)39.85
49. 75; seals of 39. 78-81, pis.
church: chandelier in 47. 35; Glynne's notes on
church of St. Mary Magdalen: chandeliers in
55. 71; vicars of see Brockell; Griffith;
47. 35; rectors of see Geale; Inglis, Taswell
Merstham, Wm.de
places: Pages Walk 43. 73; Willow Walk 43. 73
places: Betchworth Bridge 40. 121; Box Hill
[BermondseyJ Bermundsey, John, son of Thos. of
Sandpit 49. 110; Broome Park 49. 102; Com43. 105
mon Field 43. 120; Gadbrook (Gatebrok)
Bernake see Barnack
43. 120; Manor Ho. 40. 122; Medley 43. 120;
Bernard, John, Clerk of Works, and Byfleet Pk.
Mill Bay 40. 121 More Place 40. 121 Wonham
45.60
Mill 40. 120
Berners, Bermers: Margery, aft. w. of John
Betchworth, East, manor of see Betchworth
Ferriby, q.v.; Rich. (W. Horsley) 39. 51; Rog.
Betchworth, Upper, on Rocque's map 40.77
de, and benefice of W. Horsley 46. 92
Betchworth, West, manor of see Dorking
Berners, Lord see Bourchier
Betchworth Castle see Dorking
Bernewelle, Wm. de 43. 87
Bethew [sic], tithe of 46.72
Berridge,
(Epsom) 39. 91
Betley Hall, Staffs., Kyngham game window 44.
Berry, Bery: Ant. (Chipstead) 48. 42; John (Ling129-30
field) 59. 60; M.S., A British tin coin from
Betteng, Thos. (Kingston) 44. 115
Walton-on-the-Hill 48. 151-2; Mary (RotherBetts: John (Blechingley) 59. 54; Rich. (Blechinghithe), token of 48. 29, 56. 44; Mich., excavates
ley) 59. 55; Rob. (Blechingley) 59. 54
Roman villa on Walton Heath 51. 59; Rich.
Beulah Spa see Croydon
(Chipstead) 59. 42
Beures, John de 43. 107
Bert, Thos. (Merstham) 59. 48
Bever see Beaver
Bertton see Burton
Beverley, Yorks., Provost of, see Apulia, Simon
Berugh, John atte (Albury) 55. 17
de
:

10

Mary, nee Saunder 54. 96


Bexley, Kent, V. of see Pysaunt
Bicardrike, Thos. (Reigate) 59. 53
Bidder: G.P.,buys Ravensbury Pk.,Mitcham
52. 84; Geo., finds at Saxon cemetery at Mitcham 56. 55; H.F., Roman pottery found at
Mitcham 39. 145, Some new material for the
determination of the course of Stane Street
42. 11-25, criticized 43. 34-5; with John
Bevill, Beavell:

Bish, Thos. (Burstow) 59. 38


Bisham, Berks., priory, monks of Chertsey
transferred to 47. 14, 15; abbot of see Cordrey
Bishop, Bishopp, Bisshop: Mr. (Wotton) 46. 41;
Sir Cecil, of Juniper Hall,Mickleham 45. 154;
John (Cheam) 47. 82; Rich. (Charlwood) 59. 40;

Rob. (Nutfield) 59. 49;

Wm.

(Charlwood) 59. 40,

41;Wm.(Frensham) 39.91,92,98

Bisley (Bisseley, Bysley):


enclosures and field systems 48. 132, 134,
145; lands in, part of Byfleet manor 45.49,52,
63; parish registers 46. 116; visitation
(1724-5) 39.85
rectors: see Campion; Hill
Bissa, La Bisse: John de 43. 93, 99; Laur. 43. 99
Bist see Best
Bixley, Jos. (Burstow) 59.39
Blachinglea see Blechingley
Blackden, Cuthbert 51. 96
aft. w. of Edw. Carleton, q.v.
Blackdown, Sx., tranchet axes from 46. 110,113
Bignall, Bignell, Bignold, Bygnold: And. Sam.
Blackgrave, Anne 52. 39
(Reigate) 59. 50; Sir Chas. Rob. (Norwich)
Blackheath see St. Martha's; Wonersh
58. 66; Hy., Minister of Petersham 47. 114;
Blackheath hundred, meeting place of 60. 86-7;
John (Cobham) 58. 66; John (Shalford) 39.99
taxation in (1332) 41. 108
Bigod,Hugh le 57.75,78
Blackman, Edm. (Oxted) 59. 62
Bill: fam.,arms of 50. 132; Ant. (Epsom), apothecary 57. 26; Diana, aft. w. of Fra. D. Savage, q.v. Blacksmith's workshop (Ewell) 48. 160
Blackwater, Old, river 44. 126
Bill headings 53./)/.XLIII
Blackwell: Mr. (Wandsworth) 39. 101; John,
Billinghurst: Eylwin de 57. 81; Rob. de 57. 82;
junior, M.P. for S. 39. 63; Rich. 51. 96; Rob.
W.D., Chairman of Visits Committee, S.A.S.
53. 36, Excursions and visits made by S.A.S.
(Blechingley) 59. 54
1854-1953 53.78-88
Blair, Joan M. G., Excavations at Little Bookham
church 60.84-6
Billingshurst, Sx. 51. 96, 52. 92
Blake: Mr. (Beddington), horse breeder 44.7;
Billingsley, Sam., Archdeacon of S., V. of Horley,
Abraham (Reigate) 59. 53; Geo. (Chipstead)
R. of Farnham and Newdigate 39. 94, 97
59. 42; John, Clerk of Works, and Byfleet
Bilson, Thos., Bishop of Winchester 43. 4
manor 45. 58; John (Charlwood) 59.40; John
Binding, Hy. (London), grocer 55. 57
(Lingfield) 59. 60; Rich. 52. 41; Wm. (BetchBinds, John (Reigate) 59.53
worth) 59. 37; Wm. (Blechingley) 59.54;Wm.
Bingham, Rob. de, Bishop of Salisbury 46. 81
(London), joiner, his w. Ann, her memorial
Bingley: Lt. Gen. Sir Alf. H., President of S.A.S.
(Ockham) 45. 35
53. 35, The armorial window at Cranleigh
church 39. 151; Geo., Lord see Fox, Geo. Lane Blakeden, Cuthbert, his brass (Thames Ditton)
55.111
Binnes: Thos. (Leigh) 59. 46; Wm. (Leigh) 59. 46
Blakeney, General, visits Guildford 46. 34
Binscombe see Godalming
Blande, Alyn, canon of St. Mary Overy, SouthBinton Farm, possible "ingas" name see Seale
wark 47.25
Biographical articles: Archdeacons of S. 46. 68Blanke,John (Home) 59.57
97; dispossessed religious in S. 47. 12-28;
Blanshert,
Thos. and his w. Agnes (Streatham)
Lords Lieutenant of S. 40. 40-55; M.Ps for S.
52.33
39. 51 -64; Surrey Speakers 39. 65-77; see
Blatt: Jas. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Thos. (Nutfield)
also Belitha, Wm.; Bray, Wm.; Defoe, Dan.;
59.48
Duck, Ste.; Moore, Sir Graham; Wood, Sir
Blechingley (Bletchingley, Blachinglea, BlacingeJohn
leia):
Birch, Birche, Byrch, Byrche: Geo., Curate, aft.
connections with de Clare fam.39. 58,
R.of Witley 45. 103;John 51. 91,96; John
45. 149, 54. 61; enclosures 48. 144; manors:
(Titsey) 59. 67; Thos., R. of Witley 45. 103
Bird, Burd, Byrde, Berde: Arthur Horace (Gt.
Blechingley, Harrowsley a tithing of 54. 61,
Bookham) 51. 105; Edw., epitaph on (Reigate)
Pendell 54. 83, 86; military assessment (1805)
43. 45; Edw. (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 44; Geo.
52. 61; M.P. s for 39. 53, 60, 62; parish regis(Chipstead) 59. 42; Hy. 51. 96; John, Curate of
ters 46. 116,54.69; "Pilgrims Way" at 41.5,6,
Capel 39. 87; John, V. of Reigate 39. 98; Thos.
9, 15, 18, 19, 20; Protestation returns 59. 54-6;
(Chipstead) 59. 42; Thos, alias Harlow, R. of
tax of 1332 41. 101, 102, 103, 106; traders'
St. George, Southwark, monk of Bury St.
tokens 48. 21, 56. 31; visitation (1724-5) 39. 85-6
Edmunds 45. 114
church: brasses 40. 112; epitaphs 43. 45, 47;
Birks, S. G. Brade- see Brade-Birks
Glynne's notes on 55. 72; granted to Lewes

Morris, The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Mitcham 56.51-131


Biddle, Mart.,. M)msmc/2 Palace, 1959-60: an
interim report 58. 1 -20
Biflet (Biflete) see Byfleet
Bigge, Mrs. Sarah, aft. w. of Ste. Duck, q.v.
Bigley, Bygley: Dorothy, aft. w.of Rob. Gavell,
q. v. Geo. (Cobham) 45. 152, 58. 48, 60, his w.
Eliz., formerly w. of Rich. Sutton 58. 48; Mary,
;

11

Blechingley (Bletchingley, Blachinglea,


Blacingeleia):

church cont.

Priory 43.86,91,92,96,46. 72; monument to


Sir Rob. Clayton 43. 44; recent investigations
and discoveries (arched recess and windows
in Clayton Chapel, 15th cent, shrine canopy,
etc.) 54. 66-70, pis.; rectors of see Griffith;
Hampton; Harris, Nath.; Hawkes; Mulsho;
Wakelinge
places: Blechingley Palace 41. 19; Castle
Hill 45. 149; Dialbank Wood 41. 16, 20, 45. 125;
Gravelly Hill 41. 18; The Mound 41. 18, 19;
Pendhill (Pendell) 39. 63; Thunebr' (Tonebrugia) Wood 43. 92, 96; War Coppice 41. 19;
Whitehill Camp 41.6,9,15,18,20
Blechingley, Rich, de, Master of Sandon Hospital
57.77,80-1,84
Blewbury, Berks, prebend of 46. 78
Blewett, Dame (Cheam), schoolmistress 47.71
Blindley Heath see Godstone
Bliss: Alf. (Ewell), veterinary surgeon 48. 159;
Rich., maker of vane on Ewell ch.,_/7. 1786
48. 15; Rich. (Ewell), whitesmith,./?. 1838
48.159
Blois, Hy. of, Bishop of Winchester 46. 70, 72
Blount, Blonte, Blunt: fam., arms of 52. 75;
Eliz.,a//.w. of Nich. St. John,Q.z'.;Eliz., aft.
w. of Sir Nich. Saunder,<?.r.; Ralph (Bookham)
58. 52; Rich. 54. 97; Rich., servant 51. 90, 91;
Walt., Lord Mountjoy, patron of Ockham
N., his contributions to S.A.S.
Collections 53.94; Church of All Saints,

Ockham 45. 1-47, corrigenda 46. 138-9; The


dedication of Ripley Chapel 50.166-7;
Ockham church further notes 49. 119-20;
Ockham churchrectors 54. 145; On some
minor place names in Ockham and Wisley
60. 54-62; A Surrey charter of King John
54. 58-65; Surrey references in Hussey
Bequest, Bodleian Library 49. 126-7
in

Reigate,

M.P.39. 62
Blund: John de, and Newark Priory 40. 34-7; Wm.
50. 169
Blundell, Blundle: Alice (Ewell) 54. 113, 114, 122;
Edm. (Blechingley) 59. 56; Edw. (Blechingley)
59. 55; Geo. (Blechingley) 59. 54, 56; Geo.,
Curate of Lingfield 59. 59; Geo. (Oxted) 59. 62;
Geo. (Tandridge) 59. 63; John (Blechingley)
59. 55; John (Burstow) 59. 39; John (Merstham)
59. 48; Rich. (Burstow) 59. 39; Rich. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Ste. (Cheam) 47. 82; Thos. (Ewell)

Wm., canon

of

Newark

aft.

Curate

Ripley 47. 23; Wm. (Nutfield) 59. 49


Blunt see Blount
Blythe Hill, Kent, Roman road on 43. 65, 66
Board of Green Cloth, Wm. Bray appointed
of

assistant to 46. 43

Boarer see Borer


Bocarme, A. Visart de,note on palimpsest brass
at Thorpe 40. 114-5
12

names

of specific objects, e.g.

combs, pins,

etc.

Roman

site 48.

45;Fetcham,from

E.I. A. site

60.82
Bonick see Bonwick
Bonner Arthur Hon. Treasurer of S.A.S. 53. 35,
,

his contributions to S.A.S. Collections 53.93,


his work on S. place names 53. 54 obituary of
47. 122, The de la Puilles and the Poyles
41. 124-7, The place names of S. 41. 128-9;

Edm., Bishop

57. 13

Bludder,Sir Thos.,of Flanchford

54. 114. 122;

Bocland, Boclande, Boclaunde: see Buckland


Bocquointe, John, his w. Juliana 43. 105
Boddy, Hy. (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 44
Bodley (Boddeles), manor of see Lambeth
Bodley, Bodeley: Fra. (London), fishmonger, will
of 52. 43, his w. Marie 52. 43; Rich., Warden
of Grocers' Company 52. 33; Wm.,his w. Eliz.
nee Fromonde, her brass (Ashtead) 52. 43
Boghyer see Bowyer
Bokelaunde see Buckland
Bokham (Bokeham) see Bookham
Boldre, Hants., V. of see Barnard
Boleyn, Anne, badge of 55.29
Bolingbroke, Bolinbroke, Bullenbrook:
Viscount see St. John
Bolitho see Belitha
Bolton,
(London) 46.90
Bond,Bonde: fam., arms of (Addington) 48.71,
73, 74, 79, 106; Mrs. (Ashtead) 39. 84; John, and
his w.Joan, their brass (Thorpe) 40. 113, 116,
;7/s.;Marg., servant 52. 37;Rob.,V. of
Wandsworth 49. 122; Sarah, widow of Nich.,
memorial in Ashtead ch.48. 106
Bone, object of, unidentified, in meso. context
(Farnham) 44. 43,illus.;see also under

Bones, animal: Bramley,elk and mammoth


39. 144; Carshalton, from E.I. A. site, including skull of dog 49. 58, 60, 74; Ewell, from

45.45
Bloxham, R.

Bluck,Wm. (Epsom)

Boceham, Bockeham see Ockham


Bocher,Mart. (London) 52. 39
Bocking, Essex, Dean of see Pysaunt

of

London

52. 42;

Thos. (Crow-

hurst) 59. 56

Bonney Thos
,

of

Ockham R
,

of St

Andrew

Undershaft and V. of Effingham 45. 45,47.,


46. 139

Bonsey,Rich. (Ockham) 45. 29


Bonsor,Jos.,of Polesden, tenement

ham

in Gt.

Book-

51. 108

Bonwick, Bonwicke, Bonni eke, Bonick, Bonicke:


Ben. (Reigate) 59. 50; Hy. (Horley) 59.43;Jas.
(Mickleham) 39. 97; John, solicitor 58.56;
John (Horley) 59. 44; Ralph (Chipstead) 59.42;
Rich. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Rob. (Betchworth)
59. 37; Rob. (Horley) 59. 44; Thos. (Horley)
59. 44; Thos. (Leigh) 59.46
Booker: Edw. (Char lwood) 59.40; Fra. (Reigate)
59. 53; Geo. (Blechingley) 59. 56; Jos. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Thos. (Betchworth) 59.37
[Bookham] Bokham, Thos.de (London), apprentice 47. 101

Bookham (Bokeham), Great


(See also Wotton in which parish

former

Bookham (Bokeham), Great cont.


parts of Gt.B.have been included)
boundary with Fetcham 50. 158; common
fields, common wastes and enclosures 40.73,
48. 131, 143,51. 105; manorial records, list of
51. 108-9; manors: Eastwick 50. 163, Gt. Bookham, survey of (1548) 50. 161-2, Polesden

manor and family

(reputed) 50. 163, SI x field

of Gt. .,by J. H. Harvey and G. N. Slyfield,


reviewed 54. 15; map and reference book
(c. 1798) 51. 103; map and survey (1614) by
Thos.Clay 51. 103; materials for parish
history 51. 103-9; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; parish registers 46. 116; Preston a
tithing of 51. 103, 107; roads 51. 105-6;tithes
46. 89; visitation (1724-5) 39.86
church: curate of see Allen; epitaph in 43.42;
Glynne's notes on 55. 89; Illustrated guide,
reviewed 55. 127; rectors of see Hilton;
Hyett;Standeley
places: Bagden 51. 106;Bagden and Tanners
Farm 50. 163;Bowett's 47. 4;Capelland 47.4;
Chalk pit 58. 54;Cobham Rd. 51. 106; Eastwick 39.62,50. 163; Eldonshatch 50. 163;

(Nuffield) 59.49
Borforde, Sim., lessee of manor of Thomcroft
(Leatherhead) 41. 46
Borgeine, John (Lambeth), token of 56.39
Boringdon,Lord see Parker
Borne see Bourne
Bornick, Wm. (Burstow) 59. 39
Borradaile, Richardson (Streatham) 59. 13
Boscawen, Edw. Hugh, of Hatchland Place 40. 76
Bossell, And. (Reigate) 59. 52
Bosses see Roof bosses; Shield bosses
Bostock,Bostocke: Marg.,a//.w.of Nich
Saunder,<7.!\;Rich. 51.91
Boston, Cecilia, Lady, her Guide to the church of
St. Nicholas, Compton, reviewed 39. 159-60;
her History of Compton in Surrey, reviewed
41.130-2
Bot als Botay les Bottals Botolphs Batailles
see Ewell
Boteler see Butler
Botery,Botrye,Botrys: see Buttrye
Both sec Booth
Botham,Mr. (Shere) 46.46
Bothel,Eliz. (Dorking), token of 48.22,56.33
,

Helderdown 50. 163; Hole Hedge Way 51. 106;


Mark Oak 51. 106;Marrowfeld 50. 163;
Phoenice Farm, formerly Vines 51. 106;
Polesden 50. 161;Polesden Lacey 47.3,4;
Preston 51. 103, 107 map Rolts (later Half
Moon Public House and Half Moon Cottages)

Botley, Edw. (Limpsfield) 59. 58


Botley Hill see Titsey

51. 106; Sheep Bell Ho. 51. 106; Slyfield Mill

Bouchimbourg, Rt. Hon. Countess of (Kew) 39.95


Boughchier see Bourchier
Boughton, Mr. (Guildford) 46. 30, 36, 37, 39, 40
Boult,Mr. (Farnham) 39.92

51.106

Bookham, Little:

common wastes

51. 105; military assess46. 116;

ment (1805) 52.61;parish registers


visitation (1724-5) 39.86

church: curate of see Allen foundation of


former south aisle excavated 60. 84-6, /;/>/;
Glynne's notes on 55. 97;rectors of see
Collingworth; Drinkwater;Hyett; scratch dial
in 41. 122-3, pi.
places: Polesden 50. 161
Booklyn, John, brass to in E.Horsley ch.55.83
Books: "a book called Crayell" (1471) 51.83;
"a book called Henry Harpe" (1492) 52.45;
mediaeval, named in will 43. 58, 59
Boone, Fra. (Tandridge) 41. 31
Boorer see Borer
Boorman, H. R. Pratt, and Torr, V. J., Kent
Churches, reviewed 54. 148-50
Booth, Both: Abram, visits Epsom 57.39;
Gerald B., repairs to Ockham ch. 45. 28; John,
Bishop of Exeter, epitaph on (East Horsley)
43.40;Julyan,widow,and her son John 51.96

Boreham, Edw. (Ockley)

58. 72
Borelli: C.E., finds potsherds at Farnham
52. 52, 55;Chas.,his collection of palaeoliths

54.1,6-9
Borer, Boarer, Boorer, Bourer,Bourare; Harry
(Kingston) 44. 128; Hy. (Charlwood) 59.40;
Jas. (Sutton) 59. 80; John (Lingfield) 59.60;
Nich. (Blechingley) 59. 55; Rich. (Limpsfield)
59. 58; Thos. (Cheam), innkeeper 47. 82; Thos.

Botreaux,fam.,arms of 52.75
Botten: Edw. (Reigate) 59. 54; John (Reigate)
59.52
Bottles, glass: see Vessels, glass

Boulter, Hy. (Leatherhead) 58.78


Boulton,Capt. (Leatherhead), M.F.H. 43. 10
Boundaries: county: Surrey-Kent 57. 72, Roman
road following 40. 97- 106; hundred: Copthorne- Effingham 50. 157-61; manor, perambulation (Tooting Bee) 59. 2-9; parish: as
evidence for ancient roads 41. 1-30 passim,
49. 47-8, use of stones for 54. 138-41; see
also under parishes
Bourchier, Boughchier, Bourgcher: Joan 45.3;
John, Lord Berners 45. 3,23,60. 57; Thos.,
Archbishop of Canterbury 51. 83; Sir Thos.,
Keeper of Byfleet Park 45. 64

Boure,Rob.atte 42.92
Bourman, Edw. (Wotton) 58. 72
Bourne see Farnham
Bourne, river (Coulsdon) 42. 120,45. 134
Bourne, river (Farnham) 54.48,56
Bourne, Borne: John 42.92;Nich. (Lingfield)
59.61
Bourne Hall see Ewell
Bourne Mill see Farnham
Bourne Society, sponsors excavation of RomanoBritish site at Sanderstead 58. 35
Boutell, Rev. Chas., conducts visits for S.A.S.
53.78,82
Bovie, Walt. (Reigate) 59. 54
Bovill, Hy.de (Clandon) 40.33
Bowen, Emanuel, his Map of Surrey 40. 70, 71,72
13

Bowes: fam. (Ashtead),arms


(Epsom) 57.40

of 48.

107;Marg.

Braithwaite, John (Epsom) 51. 118


Brake: John (Reigate) 59. 53; Thos. (Reigate)
59.53
Braker,Wm. (Horley) 59.44
Brakspear, Harold, compiles special volume on
Waverley Abbey 53. 51,91
Braman,Nich.,R.of Byfleet 39.86
Brambletye,Sx., incumbent of see Stephenson,

Bowlle, John, alias Ramsay ,q. v.


Bowls: bronze see Vessels, bronze; earthenware
see Pottery
Bowman: Hy.,V.of Farnham,R.of W. Clandon
42. 116,45. 103; John (Tandridge) 59.63
Bowridge, Wm., epitaph on (Weybridge) 43.45
Bowyer, Bowier, Bower, Bowver, Boghyer,
Edw.
Boyer: Alice de 59. 75; Ant. (Merstham)
Bramley (Bramlegh):
59.47;Denise (Ewell) 54. 89, 90; Mrs. Frances,
flint implement found with mammoth tooth
patron of Camberwell 39. 86; Giles (Nuffield)
39. 144; flint site (Snowdenham Farm) 41.55;
59. 49; Sir Hy., Ironmaster to Queen Elizalands in 51.88,57. 78, 81-2; military assessbeth 54.89;Hy.(Blechingley) 59.55;Hy.
ment (1805) 52.60;parish registers 46.116;
(Warlingham) 59. 67; Rich. (Horley) 59. 43;
traders' tokens 56.31;
church: Hussey drawing of 49. 126
Rog. (Blechingley) 59. 56; Thos. (Qxted) 59. 62;
places: Cugate (Cowgates) 57.81;Gosden
Wm.(Oxted) 59.62
Farm gravel pit 39. 144; Jolly Farmer 46. 32;
Box,Boxe: Mr. and Mrs., work for S.A.S.
Nore Farm 40. 84; Snowdenham Farm 41.55;
Library 53. 53;Donovan E.H., photographs by
Thorncombe 57.78
39. 3; John, of Downe PI., Cobham 58.54, 55;
Bramley, Hants., V.of see Warwick
Rob. (Reigate) 59.51
Bramley, West, manor of see Dunsfold
Box Hill see Mickleham
Brand, Mr. [John], antiquary 46. 53, 54, 55
Box Hill Preservation Committee, and West
Brandon, Mary, aft. Redinge,^.v.
Humble Chapel 47.1,11
Brane, Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 55
Boxted, Essex, Michell fam. property in 56. 16,
Bransted see Banstead
28
Bras de Boeuf see Braboeuf
Boyden,Hy.52.41
Brass: chandeliers in S. churches 47.29-47,
Boyer see Bowyer
pis.; coin, Roman, Lingfield 41.91-2
Boyle: Hy.,of Castle, his w. Lady Mary, aft. w.
Brasses, monumental: List of monumental
of Col. John Irwin, q. v.; Rich., 2nd Viscount
brasses in Surrey: some additions and
Shannon (Walton- on- Thames) 39. 101,
monument to 55. 42
corrections, by M.Stephenson 40. 107-16,
pis.; palimpsests 40. 107, 109, 113-6; Abinger
Boy ling, N. D., notes on Saxon burial 49.114
48.63;Addington 48. 67,69, 73; Albury 48.80;
Boys,Wm.,V.of Witley 39.102
Brabant, fam., arms of (Ashtead) 48. 107
Ash 48. 98; Beddington 43. 53-60; Cheam
47. 100-l;Ockham 45. 33-5;Stoke d'Abernon
Braboeuf manor of see Artington
46.61-5 passim, 53. pi. XLl
Braboeuf,Braibuf,Bras de Boeuf: Agnes 49.83;
Bratt,John (Limpsfield) 59.58
And. 49. 83; Geof.de, grant of Artington
Bratton, Rob. (Cheam), coffin maker 47. 73
manor to 49.83,89
Braun, Hugh, Report on the exploration [of West
Brace, John 51.95,96
Humble chapel] 47. 6-11; Thundersfield
Bracelets: bronze, Saxon (Beddington) 56. 133;
Castle, Horley 45. 146-7; see also Hart E.and
ivory, Saxon (Mitcham) 56. 117-8, illus.
Braun
Brachi,R. M.,his discovery of Roman bath
Brause see Brewes
house 50. 73; Flint adze from Hambledon
Bray,Braye: fam. (Shere) 39. 153, arms of
49.90
46. 62, 63, 65, badge of, in Ockham ch.45.23;
Bracteate, gold, Saxon (Coulsdon) 56.136
(Horley) 59.45; Lady, and forge at CranBraddy see Brady
leigh (1574) 47. 49; Mr., of Tower Hill,GomBrade-Birks,S. G.,his Archaeology, reviewed
shall 40.76; Ann, aft. w. of Geo. Brooke,
54. 146-7
Lord Cobham, q.v.; Caroline and Cath., daus.
Bradele,Barth, V. of Farnham 42. 115
of the historian 46. 45, 52; Edm., 1st Baron
Bradfield.John (Nuffield) 59.49
Bray 46. 45n, 62, 64, 65, 47. 48, his w.Jane,
Bradford, Wm. (Home) 59. 57
nee HaleighweU 46. 62, 64, 65;Edm. (Nutfield)
Bradfoulde,Hy. (Godalming), token of 56. 35
59.49;Sir Edw. 46. 44>2, 51m, 51. 91, arms of,
Bradshaw,Bradshawe: Hy.,V. of Mitcham and
in Cranleigh ch.39. 153, land in Cranleigh
Morden 45. 113; John, Chief Justice (Walton47. 48, his 1st w.Mary 46. 26, his 2nd w.Eliz.,
on- Thames) 51. 156;Nich.,R. of Ockham
nee Roper 46. 26, 44n; Edw., Esq. (Shere), fl.
45. 36, 39, 45, epitaph on 43. 47; his w. Mar1725 39. 99, 46. 31w.; Edw., son of historian
garet, nee Cromer 45. 36, 39; Thos., mercer
46.29,44,49-56 passim, his v/.,nee Malthus
51.91
46. 44; Edw., grandson of historian 46. 29;
Brady, Braddy: Nich., V. of Clapham and CurateEliz.,her brass (1576) in Stoke d'Abernon ch.
in-charge of Richmond 39.89, 157
55. 110; F.E., Foreword to Extracts from the
Br aganza, Catherine of see Catherine
Diary of William Bray, Surrey historian
Braibuf see Braboeuf
,

14

Bray, Braye cont.


46. 26-30; Frances, aft. w. of Thos. Lyfeld,
q.v.; Rev. Geo., bro. of historian 46. 26; Hy.,
grandson of historian 46. 56;Joan 42.91;
John, 2nd Baron Bray 46. 62, his v/.Aime,n&e
Talbot 46. 62; John (Leigh) 59. 46, 47; Mary,
dau. of historian 46. 45m, 52;Nich. (Horley)
59. 44; Owen, and Abinger Hammer 47.49;
Sir Reg. [d. 1503] 39. 153,42.91,95,46. 58,
62, 63; Reg. (baptised 1555) 46. 26; Reg.,
grandson of the historian 46. 57, 58;Reg.,
gift of papers to Guildford Muniment Room
(1930) 39. 161;Reynolde,and land in Cranleigh 47.48;Saunder (Ewell) 54.108,111-7
passim, 122; Dr. Thos., his Association for
Converting Negroes 47. 55; Wm.,the Surrey
historian, extracts from his diary 46.30-58,

some Guildford place names in 47. 103,


add. notes on 48. 158-9,49. 126, his claim concerning Netley Park 46. 27-30, his memorial
in Shere ch. 46. 27, his w.,ee Stevens 46.3053 pass im;portr. of steward of Manor of
Cobham 58. 59,75;53./;/. XIV; Wm.,son of the
historian, death of 46. 44
pi.,

Brayboeuf see Braboeuf


Brazier,

Wm.

(Sutton) 59. 82

Bread- rack (Tooting Graveney ch.) 57.98


Breeding, Madam (Epsom) 39.91
Brekemason: fam.(Farnham): Adrian, Brian,
Cornelius, ffloraunce, Jacob, John Cole 57.88
Bremyntone, Sim.de, V. of Farnham 42.116
Brenchley,fam.,arms of 55.22
Brend, Wm. (Ewell) 54. 83
Brenehurst.John (Betchworth) 59.37
Brenkerset,
(Kingston) 44. 115
Brent, Miss, singer at Covent Garden 46.42
Brett: fam. (Banstead),arms of 50. 119; Geo.,
and his w. Ruth, wee Lambert 50. 118
Brewen,Rich. (Titsey) 59. 67
Brewer, Mr. 46. 39; John (Titsey) 59.67
Brewes,Brause: fam. (Wisley) 60.56
Brian, Bryan: ostiarius see Therefeld;Fra.
(Nuffield) 59. 49; Geo. (Home) 59. 57; John
(Leigh) 59. 46-7; John (Lingfield) 59. 59; Jos.

(Kingston), token of 48. 25, 56. 37; Rich. (LingThos. (Burstow) 59. 39; Thos.
(Horley) 59.45

field) 59. 59;

Briant, Bryant: Jasper (Charlwood) 59.40;Wm.,

MSS. of, rescued 59.93


Bricks and brickwork: early building in bricks
57. 88-92; 15th cent. diaper work, Farnham
Castle 57. 85, pi.; med. (?) bricks of unusual
shape, Reigate 40. 122-3; see also Tiles
Brickworks: Roman, Cranleigh 45. 74-95, illus.;
18th cent., Sutton 59.71
Bridge, Brigge, Bragg, Brugge: Nich. 42. 93;
Osbert de la (Cobham) 58. 51;Rich.atte
(Sutton) 59.73;Wm. (Nutfield) 59.49
Bridgell: John (Blechingley) 59. 55; Rich. (Blechingley) 59.56
Bridger: Ant. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Chas., founder
member of S. A. S., defaults 53.9-11; Jas.,
information on Saxon graves at Mitcham

54. 71; Rich. (Reigate) 59.51


Bridgers, Rich. (Merstham) 59. 47
Bridges, Brydges: Mr 46. 41; Anne, aft. w. of
Arthur Onslow, q.v.;Ry. (Thames Ditton)
39. 90, 58. 75; Jas., Duke of Chandos, patron of
Rotherhithe 39. 98, his motto on gate at
Epsom 48. 9; John (Betchworth) 59. 37; John
.

(Merstham) 59.48;Shem (Thames Ditton)


58.75;Thos.(Headley) 41. 31; Wm. (Betchworth) 59.37
Bridges: Ancient bridges of the South of England,by E.Jervoise, reviewed 39. 155-7; of
R. Mole, Cobham and Downside 58.64-8;of
R. Thames, between Hampton Court and East
Molesey 58. 79-86,/)/.; see also under
parishes
Brigge see Bridge
Briggs, Br iges, Brigs: Ant. (Reigate) 59. 52;
John (Betchworth) 59.37
Bright, Bryht,Bryth: Alicia 42. 94; Edm., scrivener 47.28;John 42.91,94;Pet.42.94;Rog.
42.91
Brighton, Sx., coaching, London to Brighton
46. 3-4; repair of groins 46.35
Brimsteed: Rich. (Gatton) 59.43; Wm. (Gatton)
59.43
Brinkley see Brynkley
Brisly, Jas. (Chelsham) 59. 65
Bristow, Bristowe, Bristo, Brystowe: Ben.
(Horley) 59. 44; Chris. (Guildford) 51.91;Hy.
(Horley) 59.44;Hy. (Reigate) 59. 52; John
(Leigh) 59. 46; Rich. (Horley) 59. 43, 44; Rob.
(Horley) 59. 43, 45; Rob. (Oxted) 59. 63; Thos.
(Chiddingf old), shoemaker 39. 88; Thos. (Horley) 59. 44; Thos. (Leigh) 59. 46; Walt. (Horley)

59.43;Wm. (Horley) 59.43; Wm.

(Tatsfield)

59.66
Brius,John de,and his w. Margery (Wisley)
60.56
Briwer, Wm.57. 78;his dau. Joan,n//. w.of Wm.
de Percy, q.v.
Brixton, origin of name 52. 32; see also Lambeth
Brixton hundred, collectors of tax in 41. 106
Brizenden, Master (Farleigh) 41.39
Broadbent,Wm.,his tomb at Ewell 48. 15
Broadwater, Brodwater: fam. 59. 8; Rich.
(Streatham) 59.8
Brocas,Arn., Clerk of Works, and Byfleet

manor

45. 58; Thos.,

M. P. for Guildford

39.58
Brochurst,John de 43.93,94
Brock, Brocke,Broc,Brok, Broke: John, and his
w. Anne, their brass in Farleigh ch. 55. 85;
John de,and his w. Christiana, holdings in
Leatherhead 55. 7, 15; Ralph de,and Artington
manor 49. 82; Sir Rich. 51. 88; Rob.de la,
parson of Clapham 43. 88; Rob., inventor of
moulded lead pipe 56. 13; see also Brooke
Brockell,Geo.,V.of Betchworth 45. 108
Brockett,

Wm.

(Reigate) 59. 51

Brockham
(See also Betchworth and Dorking in which
parishes B.ivas formerly included)
15

Roman: Ewell

Brockham cont
coin, gold,

Merovingian 56. 134; manor,

enclosure 48. 143

Brockham (Bucham)
Brockham Warren 41.26

places:

Hill 40.70;

Brockhole,Thos.(Cobham) 58.71
Brockley, Kent 43.66
Brodhurst,Brodhurste: Thos.,V.of Chobham
45.106,47.24
Brodrick: Captain, aft. General 46. 45; Sir Alan
(Wandsworth) 39. 101; Alan, 1st Viscount
Midleton, patron of Peperharow 39. 98; Geo.,
4th Viscount Midleton, Lord- Lieutenant of
S. 40. 51, 54, 76, 46. 44, 48; Wm., 8th Viscount
Midleton, Lord Lieutenant of S. 40. 52, 54,
President of S.A.S. 53. 51, port.

Brodwater see Broadwater


Brok, Broke see Brock
Broker: Isabel (Sutton) 59. 74; Wm., and his w.
Alice 42.97
Brokeys, Bernard 42.95
Brokwode (Brookwood) see Woking
Bromley: John, monk of Sheen 47. 20; Math., R.
of Puttenham 45. 102
Brompton, John, Abbot of Jerveaux,his Chronicle quoted 39.48
Bronescomb, Walt.de, Archdeacon of S., Bishop
of Exeter 46.83,84
Bronsted,J.his The Vikings reviewed 60.89
Bronze:
cake,Banstead 47. 95-8, illus.; face masks,
Roman, Chiddingf old and Titsey 60.45-9,/)/.;
figure, Shere 43. 123, pi.; hoard, Albury:
Farley Heath 46. 23,Banstead 47.95-8 illus.;
implement (? axe),Carshalton 49.60,67,
illus.; ingot, Car shalton 49. 60; misc. small
,

objects: Farnham 49. 103-4, illus., Guildford, Saxon 39.23,Mitcham,Saxon 56. 10810, illus., Titsey 44. 99; ornament, Artington
and Farnham 51. 143-4, illus.; statuette
helmet, Croydon 59. 89; strip, possibly part
of priest's sceptre, Albury: Farley Heath
46. 24-5,/>Z.,50. 150

See also Arrowheads; Axes; Bracelets;


Brooches Chatelaine Clasp Coins Discs
Palstaves; Pins; Rings; Tweezers; Vessels
Bronze Age:
barrows: 42.27-60 passim, Reigate 57. 101,
Wotton 60. l-18;earth circles, possible, St.
Martha's 54. 10-46; field systems, Coulsdon
50. 47-72;hoard,Banstead 47. 95-8, ;//*.;
misc. finds: Albury 46. 23,Betchworth
56. 134,Carshalton 56. 135,Fetcham 56. 141,
Purley 56. 144, Ripley 56. 144, St. Martha's
;

56. 142

See also Arrowheads; Axes; Brooches; Burials;


Daggers; Flint and Stone artifacts Hammerhead; Palstaves; Pottery; Swords; Whetstones
Bronze -iron age and Roman finds at Ashtead
;

41.93-8,?7//<s.

Brooches:
B.A.: Farnham, bronze 49. 103, illus.
E.I.A.: Ewell,iron 50. 21,46, illus.
16

illus.;

50. 21,46;Haslemere 51.6,


Puttenham 57. 47, 49; Walton- on- the-

Hill 49. 108


Saxon: typology and dating 56.150-2; Guildford,
various types 39. 17-22, illus. ;Mitcham,
various 56. 78-102, 130, illus.; applied: Guildford 53. pl.XXVm, back plates only, Ewell
43. 28; disc: Croydon 56. 138, Ewell 56.139;
flat ring: Croydon 56. 138; great squareheaded: Guildford 53. />/.XXVH,56. 141;
saucer: dating and distribution 56. 81-95,
Beddington 56. 133-4, Croydon 56. 138, Ewell
41. 122,56. 139, Guildford 56. 141-2, Horsley
56. 148; small- long: Croydon 56. 138, Guildford 56. 141,Mitcham 56. 130
Brooke: Geo., 6th Lord Cobham,and his w. Anne,
nee Bray 46. 62,63;Geo. (Charlwood) 59.40;
John (Limpsfield) 59. 58; see also Brock
Brooker: Mich. (Tandridge) 59. 64;Nich. (Oxted)
59. 63; Thos. (Godstone) 59. 68; Thos. (Leigh)
59. 46; Wm. (Tandridge) 59. 64

Brooks, Brookes, Broockes, Broorkes: Ben.


(Oxted) 59. 62; John (Caterham) 59.65;Kate
(Cheam) 47. 76; Rich. (Oxted) 59. 62; Sam.
(Titsey) 59. 67; Wm. (Caterham) 48. 157,
59. 65 ;Wm. (Oxted) 59.62
Brookwood (Brokwood) see Woking
Broome Park see Betchworth
Broomfield,
(Reigate) 59. 54
Broomhall Priory see Windlesham
Brotherton: fam.,arms of (Ashtead) 48. 101,
107, 55. 20; Rich. (Reigate) 59.53
Broughton: widow 47. 75; A., steward of Chipstead 48. 44; Jacob (Cheam) 47.73;Rich.
(Putney), waterman, token of 56. 41; Rob.
(Cheam) 47.74,81
Brouncker,Brounker: fam. (Albury), arms of
48.94;Hy.,and Nonsuch Palace 58.5
Browdie, Rich., Curate of Ewell 45. 112
Brown, Browne, Broune: fam. (Albury), arms of
48. 85;
(Walthamstow, Essex), carpenter
52. 43; Sir Adam, M.P. for S., of Betchworth
Castle, Dorking 39. 60, 55. 44, 45, 51, 61, 62,
his w.Philippa 55. 51; Ambrose (Charlwood),

fl. 1641 59. 40; Sir

Ambrose,

d. 1661, of

Betchworth Castle, Dorking, M.P. for

S.,

39. 60, 54. 73, 55. 44; Ambrose, d. 1688 55. 44,
61; Ambrose,//. 1725 39. 86; Sir Ant. Constable of Calais 40. 40; Sir Ant., M.P. for S.,

Master of the Horse, Keeper of Byfleet Pk.


40. 40, 53, 45. 65, 66, 50. 100, 101, 166, portr.
51.91, 58. 48, 60, 70, and Newark Priory
40. 1-2, his w.Alice, wee Gage 45. 66; Sir Ant.,
Viscount Montague 40. 41, 53; Barnard (Tatsfield) 59. 66; Fra. (Betchworth) 59. 36; Fra.
(Chipstead) 48. 42; G. Bridgmore, Hon. Excursion Secretary, S.A.S. 53, 36, 84; Sir Geo.,
M.P. for S. 56. 23; John, and his w. Edith,
their brass in Ashtead ch.48. 110; John
(Bookham,Gt.) 39. 86; John (Buckland) 39.86;
John (Charlwood) 59. 40; John (Cobham:
Warren Farm) 58. 76; John (Guildford), token
of 56. 36; Sir John (Kew) 39. 95; John (Ling-

Brown, Browne, Broune cont.


field) 59. 61; John (Reigate) 59. 53; [Lancelot]
'Capability', and Clandon Pk. 42. 4, and Claremont 40.68;Marg. (Buckland) 39.86;Nich.
(Kingston) 58. 50;Rob., bequest to 52.45;Rob.
(Caterham) 59. 64;Thos. (Betchworth) 39. 55,
56; Thos. (Guildford) 51. 91; Thos. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Wm.,V. of Horley 45. 108; see
also

Browne

Browne: A. L. The Early Archdeacons of Surrey


46. 68-97; Mrs. F. L. Balfour- see Balfour-

Browne

Browning:
Waverley

Bermondsey

(Lingfield) 59.61;
47. 17; Wm., patron of

Abbot of

39.85

Brownlow, Lord see Cust


Bruce: Magdalene, Lady Bruce

of

Kinloss

(Byfleet) 39. 86; Thos., 1st Earl of Elgin,


Keeper of Byfleet Pk.45. 71
Bruges, St. Donat's ch., brass from, possibly reused at Thorpe 40. 115
Bruges, Sir John, Lord Mayor of London 48.42,

his dau. Winifred aft. w. (1) of Sir Rich. SackJohn Paulet, Lord St. John, q.v.

ville, (2) of

Brugg, Brugge see Bridge


Bruyn: Edith, formerly w.of Wm. Croyser,will
of 51. 92;Ingleram 51. 92, his w. Anne, nee
Croyser, aft. w.of Sir Hy.Norbury,?.^. ;Sir
John 51. 92; Sir Maurice 51.92
Bryan see Brian
Bryant see Briant
Brydeland,a croft 42.97
Brydges see Bridges
Bryht see Bright
Brynkley: John (Streatham) 52. 34; Wm. 52. 34
Brystowe see Bristow
Bryth see Bright
Bryunne see Bruyn
Buccleuch,Duke of, first President of S.A.S.
53.12,35
Buck:
(Cheam) 47. 82; Sam. & Nath., print of
Newark Priory 40. 12, pi.
Buckelurns, Saxon, distribution 56. 153;Croyuon

56. 138

Bucket mounts, E.I. A. and Roman 60. 45


Buckets, Saxon: Coulsdon 56. 136; Croydon
56. 138; Guildford, with gilded bronze hooks
39. 24, illus., 56. 141

Buckingham, Anne, Duchess of, patron of Ockham


45. 45; Dukes of see Stafford
Buckinghamshire: see Aylesbury, Chalfont
St. Peter; Eton College; Taplow
Buckland:
(See also Reigate in which parish the former
detached part of B. is now incorporated)
military assessment (1805) 52.61;on Rocque's map 40. 77;parish registers 46. 116;
"Pilgrim's Way" in 41. 25; protestation returns 59. 38; visitation (1724-5) 39.86
church: ancient glass in 41. 123-4,/)/.; curate
of see Strachme;Glynne's notes on 55. 72;
rectors of 45. 100, see also Eyre; Miller;
Steward

places:

Holmes Farmhouse

41. 25;

Kemp's

Farm

41.25;Underhill Farm 41.25


Buckland, Bocland, Boclaunde, Bokelaunde:
Geof.de, Dean of St. Martin le Grand 46. 76;
John de 43.95, 106; Rob.de (Southwark)
43. 87; Thos. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Thos.
(Reigate) 59.50
Buckland Corner see Reigate
Buckland Kent, A., see Kent
Buckle: fam.,arms of (Banstead) 50. 109-10;
(Guildford) 46. 34;Mr.,his estate (Banstead or Ewell) 42. 32, 44; Sir Chris. (Banstead), d. 1660 and his w. Catherine, nee
Barnham 50. 110; Sir Chris., fl. 1692 57.22;
Mr. Chris., fl. 1725 39. 84; Sir Cuthbert and
his w. Eliz.,ee Marston 50. 109,110;Edw.
Valentine, V. of Banstead 50. 109; Frank,
jockey and M.F.H.44. 17;Ludovic (Epsom)
57. 15; Math. (Banstead), Admiral 50. 110;
Sarah, aft. w.of Isaac Hughes, q.v.; Rev. Wm.
Lewis (Banstead) 50. 110
Buckles:
Saxon: Coulsdon 56. 136; Croydon 56. 138;
Ewell 43. 27, illus., 56. 139; Guildford
39. 24-6, 56. 141; London: Smithfield 56. 82,
z7Zs.;Mitcham 56. 102-4, illus.
Med.: E.Horsley 51.142,52.18
Buckman, Wm. (Merstham) 59.47
Bucknall,Tabitha (Epsom) 57.24
Bucknill,Hon.Sir Thos. T. (Epsom) 51.121
Budapest, Roman tile-kiln at 45.95
Budgen: Mr. ,M. P. for S.,his son 46.41,45,49;
Edw.(Shere) 39.99, 100, his plan of Netley

Pk.41.1
Budman,Geo. (Gatton) 59.43
Buiknerg,Wm. (Merstham) 59.47
Builders' accounts, Farnham Castle 57.92
Bulcote,Wm., Clerk of Works, and Byfleet Pk.
45.60
Buldwin see Baldwin
Bulete,Alan le 50.169

fam.,arms of (Battersea) 52.69,55.38;


Jas. (Battersea) and his w. Frances, nee
Fleet 52. 69,55. 38, their son 55. 38, their

Bull:

grandson, John 52. 69; John (Lingfield) 59.60


Bullen: Mr. (Guildford) 46. 31; John (Caterham)

59.64
Bullenbrook,Bolinbroke: Viscount see St. John
Bullock: Dr. Rich., R. of Streatham 39. 100,
59. 2, 5; Tom, 'gentleman rider' at Epsom
44.18
Bullswater Common see Pirbright
Bullyng,Thos.52.48
Bulteel,fam.,arms of (Ash) 48.97

Bumsted, Edw. (Farleigh) 59. 66


Bun, John (Horley) 59.44
Bunbury,Sir Chas.,and racing in S.44. 17,20
Bundy,K D.,Nos. 2-10 Farnham Road, Guildford 57. 102
Bunting, Rob. (Epsom) 57. 16, 17
Bunyon, John (Weybridge) 39. 102
Burchatt, Fred. (Shere) 46. 28

Burd see Bird


17

Burden, Fra. (Reigate) 59. 52


Burdett,Mr.and Mrs. (Guildford) 46.39,40,41
Burel see Burrell
Bures,John de 43.88
Burford see Mickleham
Burgate see Hambledon
Burgate,Burgat,Burgatte: John (Lingfield)
59. 60; Rob. (Lingfield) 59. 59
Burgenyn,Thos.42.92
Burgh: Ben. 52. 45; Hubert de, justiciar 46.75-81
passim; Rich.de, Earl of St Albans his house
at Byfleet 45.69
Burgh, manor of see Banstead
Burgh, Great see Banstead
Burgham (Burpham), manor of see Worplesdon
Burgham,Burwham: Agnes, Lady of see Basset;
Alicia, Lady of 42.94
Burgoyne: General, of Lamberts Oaks,Woodmansterne 40. 77; Sir John (Epsom) 44. 16
Burials, animal: Epsom, calf, neo.? 49.93-4;
.

Seale, dog, stag, foundation? 48. 116-7


Burials, human:
B.A.: Epsom 47.92-5, illus.
E I. A.: Shere: Burrows Cross, cremation
trench 40. 117
Roman: Albury: Farley Heath 40. 118, Godalming 40. 118-20,/)/. ,44. 149-52, cremations
57.

43,48,49, 50;Sanderstead, cremation

Wanborough, cist 57. 50


Saxon: methods 56.77-8;Carshalton 60. 50,
53;Coulsdon 49. 114-5, illus.; Ewell 47.98-9;
58. 39-41;

Mitcham, cists

56. 54, 119, 157;Puttenham


60.84
Med. and later: Albury 54. 136;Cuddington
58. 7; Mickleham 47. 10;Send 40.9,11,21

undated: Cheam 49. 119


see also Cemeteries; Graves
Burleigh, Burghley,Burley: John (Horley) 59.44;
Sam.(Horley) 59.44
Burleigh, Lord see Cecil
Burn, John (Horley) 59.43
Burnet, Burnett: Rich. (Limpsfield) 59.58;Wm.
(Che rtsey), tokens of 48. 21, 56. 31
Burningfold see Dunsfold
Burntcommon see Clandon, West, and Send

Burpham (Burgham), manor

see Worplesdon
(Banstead) 50. 122; Majorof

Burr: fam.,arms of
Gen. Dan., and his v/.1-MCy,nee Parry
(Banstead) 50. 122
Burrell, Burel: Sir Pet., Lord Gwydir (Beckenham.Kent) 46. 53;Ste. (Betchworth) 59. 37
Burroughs, Gil., Curate of East Molesey 39.
97
Burrow, Burrowe: Jas.,of Sterborough Castle,
Lingfield 40. 77; Wm., Curate of Putney
45. 112

Burrows Cross see Shere


Burstede,John de 42.93
Burstow (Burstowe):
enclosures 48. 147; land

at, in Wimbledon
39. 148; lime-kiln at 59.26;meso.
site at Outwood 41. 66-7; military assess-

manor
ment
18

(1805) 52. 61; on Rocque's

map

40. 72;

parish registers 46. 116; Protestation


returns 59.38-9
church: Glynne's notes on 55. 72, in respect of
font 55. 68; rectors of 45. 100; see also
Williams, W.
places: Copthorne 48. 147; Driver's Green
48. 147; Outwood 41. 66-7, 48. 147; Smallfield
48. 147; 59. 26; Smallfield Place 39. 60;
Wasp's Green 48. 147; Weather Hill 48. 147
Burstow, Burstowe, Burste, Bustowe: fam.
39. 53; Chris. (Caterham) 59. 65; Edw. (Lingfield) 59. 61; John (Merstham) 59.48;Rob.,
R. of Titsey and Morden 45. 109;Thos. (Godstone) 59. 68
Burton, Be rtt on: Dr., his Iter Surriense quoted
44. 7;Decimus,and Beulah Spa, Norwood
46. 136; Sir Hy.,lord of manor of Chipstead
48. 43;Hy. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Jas. (Rotherhithe), tokens of 56. 44; John (Blechingley)
59. 55; John (Lambeth), token of 56. 44; John
(Blechingley) 59. 55; John (Lambeth), token of
56. 39; Ralph de 43. 101; Rob. (Gatton) 59.43;
Thos.(Oxted) 59.63
Burwell, Thos., R. of Ockham 45. 45
Burwham see Burgham
Burwood see Walton- on- Thames
Bury, Hy., his collection of flints 57. 100
Bury Hill see Milton; Puttenham
Busbridge Park see Godalming
[Busbridge] Busbrigge: John, Surrey lands of
56.21
Busby, Rich., his survey of Milton manor, Egham
41.49
Buscarius, Baldwin (Kingston) 43. 121
Bush,Busshe: Edw. (Croydon), token of 56. 32;
John 52. 45; Ralph, and his w. Eleanor, nie

Waryn,and Pachenesham Manor,


Leatherhead 55.9,12
Bushby, Thos. (Reigate) 59. 93
Bushell.Rich. (Cobham), carpenter 58. 66
But, Thos. (Kingston) 44. 124
Butcher: John (Charlwood) 59. 40, 41; Thos.,
the Garratt, Tooting 52.41
Butchin,John (Blechingley) 59.55
Fitz

Butler, Buteler,Boteler: fam.,

65,48.78;Chas.,Earl

of

arms

of

of 46.64,

Arran (Windlesham)

39. 102; Eliz., aft. w.Oi" John Norbury, q.v.;


Geo. (Windlesham) 39. 102; John, Baron
Sudeley 46. 64; Mary, aft. w. of Hy.Kynnersley,

Baron Sudeley 46.64;


Thos., Baron Sudeley 46. 64; Walt., shooting
rights on Fairmile Common 58.76;Wm.le
43. 92; Wm., Baron Sudeley 46. 64
Buttall (Batailles) see Ewell
Butterfield: John,R. of Stoke d'Abernon 39. 100;
Thos. (Chertsey), tokens of 56. 31
Butterworth,J. W., Vice-President of S.A.S.,
his collection given to S.A.S. 53. 62
Button, fam., arms of (Albury) 48.85
Button, med., silver, E. Horsley 51. 143
Buttrye, Buttre, Botery, Botrye, Botrys: Jos.
(Blechingley), token of 48. 21,56. 31; Milo, and
his w. Isabella 52. 36; Wm. (London), mercer
9.t'.;Nich. 52. 41; Ralph,

Buttrye, Buttre, Botery, Botrye, Botryscont.


52. 35, 36, 38, his sister, Dame Ede, Prioress
of Campsey Ash, Suffolk 52. 36
Butts, Buttes: John 52. 41; John, monk of

Chertsey 47. 15; Wm. (Epsom) 39.91


Bydon: Rich. 39. 56; Roger de 57. 81
Byfleet (Byflet, Byfflet, Biflete, Beefflete):
Byfleet Pk.and its Keepers 45.48-73 passim;
enclosures 48. 134, 142; in Aubrey's History
of S., inaccuracies 49. 124- 5; jousting at
45. 50; manor: 50. 99- 104, 55. 9, Notes on B.
manor and the Manor House 45. 48-73;
military assessment (1805) 52.61;parish
registers 46. 116; Romano- British occupation site 46. 131-6;tax of 1332 41. 102;visitation (1724-5) 39.86
church: advowson 45. 49; Parish church of St.
Mary,by L. R. Stevens, reviewed 42. 132;
rectors of see Braman; Colet; Fryer; Game-

lyn;Kerselow; Williams,

Wm.

places: Broad Ditch 46. 132; Byfleet Ho.


(Lodge) and Pk. 45. 48-73 passim, 50. 99-104,
illus., 51. 100;Frogbury 45. 49; 'la bouverie'
45. 55; Plough Bridge 45. 66;Swiftlake
(Switlake) 45.58,60
Byfleet, Biflete: Sim.de, keeper of swans, Byfleet Pk.45.57
Bygley see Bigley
Bygnold see Bignall
Byne: Mr. (Sutton) 59. 82; Mr., patron of Woldingham 39. 102;Chas. (Carshalton) 39.87;
Hy., patron of Carshalton 39.87
Byng: John, Admiral, passes through Guildford

Treasurer of the Navy 39. 75;


Rich., chaplain to Sir Rich. Weston 52. 44

46. 34; Pattee,

Bynorth,Wm., bailiff (Byfleet) 45.55,56,57


Byrch,Byrche see Birch
Byrd see Bird
Byron,Mr.M.F.H.43.9
Byron, Lady (Ockham) 45.36,39,60.61
Bysley see Bisley
Byssater, alias London, Ste., canon of St. Mary
Overy,Southwark 47. 25
Bysshe: Edw.,his son,Edw.,of Smallfield PL,

Burstow 39.60,63,64,59.39;Wm.(Tandridge) 59.63

Cackett,John (Blechingley) 59.55


Cade, Mr. (Betchworth) 39. 85
Caerleon,Mon., Roman lamp chimney from
42.65,66
Caesar, Sir Julius, letter on Farnham pottery
52.50
Caesar's Camp see Aldershot
Caetani, Vittoria, Duchess of Sermoneta,her
The Locks of Norbury, reviewed 47. 109-12
Caffie,Rob. (Reigate) 59". 51
Calais, And. of, M. P. for Guildford 39.57
[Calne] Calna, Calva, Ruald de, founder of

Newark Priory 40,1,24,29-32,37,50.166,


his w.Beatrice, wee Sandes 40.24,30,31,37
Calton,Thos.,monk of Sheen 47. 19
Calverley, Thos. (Ewell) 42. 43, 51. 131, 54. 105

Calvert , Chas

Baron Baltimor e
Surrey 39.91,44.5,51.118

Cam, iron

for

(Leigh) 39. 141, illus.

Camberleng,Rob.43. 108
Camberley see Frimley
Camberwell (Cammerwelle, Camewall):
corps of militia 40. 50; Dulwich village,by
D. H. Allport, reviewed 47. 118; enclosures
and open fields 48. 131, 143, 144;land at
manor of Dulwich 48. 144; military
assessment (1805) 52. 62; registers: parish
46. 116, of Dulwich College chapel 46. 118;
Roman road in 43. 66-72; schools 39. 86-7;
traders' tokens 56. 31, 41; visitation (1724-5)
39.86
church of St. Giles: brass 40. 112; chandeliers
47. 31, 35; vicars of see Geale, Rich; Tipping;
William; Wilson
places: Albany Rd.43. 72, 82; Alvey St. 43. 74;
Asylum Rd.43. 67, 68; Clifton Crescent
43. 68; Cobourg Rd. 43. 70, 72, 73, 74; Downes
St. 43. 68, 70; Dulwich College 39.86,87;
East St. 43. 74; Minet Library 54. 58; Peckham
43. 106;

43. 66, 67, 48. 143, 56. 41; Peckham Rye


Common 48. 137; Peplar Rd. 43. 72; Queen's
Rd. 43. 67; St. Mary's Road. 43. 66; Surrey
Square 43. 74, 76; Trafalgar Rd. 43. 70-3, 82

Camberwell Municipal Museum, additions

to

47. 120-1

Cambridge: Museum of Archaeology and


Ethnology Saxon grave goods from Mitcham
in 56.52-131 passim; Trinity College, arms
of 48.70
Cambridge, Rich. (Epsom) 39.91
Cambridge, H.R.H. Duke of, first patron of S.A.S.
53. 12, owner of part of Coombe Hill conduit
system 56. 5
Cambridgeshire: see Cambridge; Ely
Camden, Campden: Eliz.,a//.Neild,<7.i;.;John de,
Archdeacon of S.,46. 95-7;John (Battersea),
,

arms

of 55. 37-8;

Wm., his Britannia 55.43,

44,60

Camera, Dionis de 43. 101


Cameres, John, V. of Farnham 42. 115
Cameron, Jas., his w. Eliz.,nee Shelley, port. of
at

Clandon 42.7

Camewall see Camberwell


CamfieldjCamfeild: John (Home)

59. 57;

John

(Tandridge) 59. 63; Wm. (Blechingley) 59. 55


Cammerwelle see Camberwell
Camoys: Lady Eliz.42. 98; John de (Compton)
and his w. Marg. 41. 131
Campbell: fam.,of Auchinbreck,arms of
(Abinger) 48. 63; John, 2nd Duke of Argyll,
Duke of Greenwich, Lord Lieutenant of S.
40. 43, 55; Louisa Henrietta, aft. w. of Jas.
Scarlett, q.v.

Campden see Camden


Campion, Campin, Campen: Geo. (Warlingham)
59.68;Grillen (Horley) 59. 44; John, R. of
Bisley 39. 85; Rich. (Richmond), tallow chandler, token of 56.42
Camps see Early Iron Age: camps;Neolithic: sites

Campsey Ash (Cannsey Ash), Suffolk, Prioress


of see Buttrye; manor of Asshe, called
Moore Hall 52. 36; see also Canndishe
Canals: Croydon 41. 129,135;Wey and Arun
47.49
Canndishe, Suffolk [sic, i.e. Campsey Ash?]
51.84
Cannon Court, manor of see Fetcham
Canons, manor of see Banstead
Canopy: Blechingley ch. 54. 67,/>/.;Ockham ch.

45.24
Canterbury, Kent, Christchurch, monks of, and
archdeacon of S. 46. 94; tithes of at W.Horsley 46.92
Canterbury, Archbishops of: memorials to in
Addington ch. 48. 70-2, 78-9; see also Abbott;
Benson; Bourchier Cranmer; Davidson;
Howley Longley; Rich; Sheldon; Sumner ; Tait
Canterbury, Dean of see Andrews
Canterbury, Prerogative Court of, some Surrey
wills in 51. 82-96, 52. 32-49
Canterbury, See of: arms of 48. 64, 67, 68, 71-3,
75,78,79,Cranleigh ch.39. 151, Newington
ch.,39. 150;livings in gift of 39.89,95
Cantilupe,Fulke de,of Calne, Wilts. 40. 30
Cape, Thos., painter 52.90
Capel (Chapelle):
(See also Holmwood which parish ivas
formerly part of C.)
Anstiebury (Ansted) camp: 40. 80, 96, trench
for cable examined 45. 145, visited by Bray
;

46. 49; military assessment (1805) 52.61;


in 39. 87, 45. 158-61; registers:
parish 46. 116, Quakers (Pleystowe) 46. 116;
traders' tokens 48. 21, 56. 31; visitation

Quakers

(1724-5) 39.87
church: curates of see Bird; Grove; Glynne's
notes on 55. 73
places: Pleystowe 39.87
Capelin,John (Charlwood) 59.40
Capell,Lady Dorothy (Kew) 39.95
Cardens, manor of, Kent 54.89,91,94
Cardigan, Prior of see Hoare
"Cardinal's"river see Longford river
Carew,Carewe,Carrewe: fam. (Beddington),and

Ravensbury manor, Mitcham

52. 84,

arms

of

(Addington) 48. 65, (Battersea) 52.72,75,76,


55. 36, connections with Saunder fam. of
Ewell 54.16-96 passim; Ann, aft. w.of Nich.
Leigh, q.v.; Chas. (Kingston) 44. 120; Sir Fra.,
d. 1611 54. 96, 97, his monument (Beddington)
43. 45, 55. 71; Fra. ,fl. 1714 39. 54; Isabel, aft.
w.of Nich. Saunder, q. r.;Jas. 43. 58; Joan, aft.
w. of Wm. Saunder, q.v. ; Sir Nich., d. 1390
50. 168,52. 72, his w. Lucy, wee Willoughby
52.72;Nich.,tf. 1432 43. 53, 54, his epitaph
43. 37-8, his 1st w. Isabella 43. 37, his 2nd w.

Mercy, ne'e Hayme, aft.

(2)

w.his will 43. 55,

lord of manor of Carshalton 59. 74; of Arthur


Ormesby,<7.r.;Nich.,/7. 1467, and his w.
Marg.43.57;Sir Nich. ,d. 1539 52.35,36,
54. 94, and Banstead manor 50. 107; Sir Nich.,
d. 1726, M.P. for Haslemere 39. 54. patron
20

Beddington and Walton- on- the-Hill 39. 84,


101;Sir Nich.,d. 1762, colonel of militia
40. 45; Ph., his brass (Beddington) 40. 107, pi.,
43. 53-60, his will 52.35-6;Sir Rich., his
brass (Beddington) 40. 107, pi., his w.Malyn,
nee Oxenbrigge 52. 35, 36, his will 52.35-6;
Thos. 54. 76, 77, his epitaph 43. 37, his w.
Agnes, wee Hayton,a/7. (2) w.of Thos.Sayer,
of

q.v.

Carey, Cary: Hy.,Lord Hunsdon,and Ashtead


manor 48. 105 ; Walt. 52. 90-1
Cariloco, John de, Prior of St. Pane ras, Lewes
43.96-8
Carlel.Adam 43.96
Carleton: Edw.,of Ember Court, his w.Mary,
nie Bygley 45. 152; Geo., Curate of Waltonon- Thames 45. 105; John 51. 89, 90; John de,
Archdeacon of Wells 46. 94; Joyce 51.89
Carlisle, Mr. [Nich.], Secretary of Society of
Antiquaries 46. 58.

Carmarthenshire: see Abergwili


Caroline, Queen, Stephen Duck her prot6g6
58. 104

Carpenter: fam., arms of (Banstead) 50. 116,


118; Eliz., aft. w. of Nich. Lambert, q.v.; Geo.
(Burstow) 59. 39; John, monk of \Vaverley
47. 18; L. W., Early Bronze Age flat axe from
Walton Heath 58. 111-2, Early mediaeval
pottery from Old Maiden 50. 152-6, Flint
arrowheads from Surreysome recent finds
58. 109-10, Palaeolithic hand-axe from Banstead Heath 54. 136, Saxon spearhead from
Cheam 51. 151-2, Tranchet axe from Lower
Kingsuood 58. 109, Tranchet axes from Walton Heath 58. 108; Rich, le (Byfleet) 45. 55;
Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Wm. (Cobham) 58. 77
Carr: Mr. (Wotton) 46. 41; Barbara, aft. w. of
John Grant, q.v.
Carr6, Jean, of Antwerp, glass maker 48. 156,
52.90-1
Carrell,John 51.96
Carrewe see Carew
Carshalton (Carsalton, Caslhorton, Crassalton):
assault on Archdeacon of Surrey's clerks at
46. 85; commons, open fields and enclosures
48. 131, 135, 136, 146; E.I. A. camp, excavated,
report on 49. 56-74,/^MS.;E.I.A.,Roman and
Saxon finds from 56. 134-5; excavations at,
1961 60. 50-3, illus.; house in, purchased by a
39. 101; manor 39. 57,
54. 85,59. 74;mesolithic sites 52. 2; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers
46. 117; racing at 44. 4, 6; Saxon burials at
60.50,53;tenement in 52. 46; visitation (1724-

Wandsworth charity

5) 39.87
church: bequest to 43. 54;brasses 40. 107, 1089;epitaph in 43. 44; Glynne's notes on 55.73;
Hussey drawing of 49. 126; rector of see Redworthe; vicars of see Henry; Hollier
places: Barrows Hedges 42.31,32,38,44.4;
Bunkers Field 56. 134; Butter Hill Bridge
39. 156; Carshalton and Wallington Fields
48. 146; Carshalton Rd. 60. 53; Harrow Rd.

Carshalton: places cont.


60. 50-3; Queen Mary's Hospital 49. 56; Stag
Field 49. 56
Carstone,used for iron smelting (?) (Hascombe) 40. 92
Carter, Cartar: Mr. (Farnham) 39.92; Aron
(Lambeth), token of 56. 39;Edw. (Charlwood)
59. 40; Edw. (Reigate) 59. 50; Gil. (Gt. Book50. 163; Hector, The Surrey Protesta-

ham)

tion Returns

1641/2 59. 35-68; R. R. Lang-

ham- see Langham- Carter ;Rog. (Reigate)


59. 52; Thos., joiner, work at Ham House
59. 90;

Wm.

(Reigate) 59. 51

Carteret- Webb collection of deeds, bought by


S.A.S.53.75
Carthusian Priory see Richmond
Cartularies see Lewes; Percy; Sallay; see also

Charters
Cartwright, Rich., his w.Mary,ee Powell
(Barnes) 50. 125
Carvill see Kervill
Cary see Carey
Caryll: fam. (Albury),arms of 48. 82, pedigrees
48. 83, 85; Judith, aft. w. of Geo.Duncombe,
q.v.

Caryngton, Rich., patron of Cranleigh 39. 153


Caslhorton see Carshalton
Casseldine,Castledine: Ben.(Cobham) 58.63
Casseler, Dominyck, glassmaker 52. 90
Castell,Rog.,of Raveningham, Norfolk, and his
w. Eliz.,e> Saunders 54.92
Castle Arch, headquarters of S.A.S.see Guildford
Castle Rising, Norfolk, R. of see Bagot
Castledine see Casseldine
Castlemaine, Barbara, Countess of, steward of
Byfleet Pk.45.71
Castleman: Nich. (Reigate) 59. 50; Wm. (Reigate)
59. 50, token of 56.42
Castles see Farnham; Guildford; Horley:

Thunder fie Id

Wm.de

42.93

Caterham (Katerham):
(See also Tandridge,/fc<? former detached
part of which has now been incorporated in
C.)

enclosures 48. 147; Local history records


for Caterham, etc., reviewed 59. 96; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers
46. 117; Protestation returns 59. 64-5;
Roman road through, conjectural 45. 122,
128, 130, 132, 134, 137; visitation (1724-5)

39.87
church: bells with inscriptions 48. 157; rector
of see Phillips; restoration work 40. 123;
vicar of see Cook
places: Caterham Gap 45. 125, 128, 130;

Chasewood 45. 137;Godstone Rd.45. 133,


135;Harrow Inn 41. 19; Piatt's Green 41.
20,48. 147; Roffes Lane 41. 18-19, 20; St.

Catherine, of Aragon, Queen, and Byfleet manor

45.67
Catherine, of Br aganza, Queen, and Byfleet Pk.

45.71
Catherine Howard, Queen 51.86,89
Catherine Parr, Queen, and Byfleet manor
45.67
Cator: Col.,M.F.H.43. 8; John (Carshalton)
39.87
Catt: Marg. (Reigate), token of 56.42;Nich.
(Reigate) 59. 53
Catteshall, manor of see Godalming
Catton (St. Catherine) see Arlington
Cauldrons, bronze see Vessels, bronze
Causey, Lactantius, V. of Woldingham 59. 68
Causten: Cath.,<7/7.w.of Rog. Lambert, q.v.; Wm.
(Oxted) 59.62
Cave: fam., arms of 52. 73; C.J. P., Heraldic

roof bosses in nave of Godalming church


50.164-5
Cavpirrama, stamp on Samian ware 48. 56
Cawarden,Sir Thos., his epitaph (Blechingley)
43. 45, steward of Nonsuch manor 54. 87, 88
Cawley, Eustace (Charlwood) 59.41
Cawse,Ant.,R. of Compton 45. 102
Cawsheys, Ant., clerk 52.44
Cecil: Edw., Viscount Wimbledon, Lord Lieutenant of S. 40. 42, 54; Sir Wm., Lord Burghley 54. 96; Wm. ,2nd Lord Burghley and
Earl of Exeter 40. 42
Cedar trees, Sutton 59.70
Celtic: agriculture in S. 50. 47-72, ill us.;
burials, possible, at Eashing 44. 149-52;
gods, of Farley Heath 50. 150-1; see also

Bronze Age; Early Iron Age; Roman


Celts see Axes

Celure see Canopy


Cemeteries:
Roman: Godalming: Charterhouse 51.9-28,
//Zs.;Haslemere 51. 2-9, 11-28, illus.;
Mitcham 56. 51-2; St. Martha's 56. 142
Saxon: Ewell 41. 122,43. 17-28, illus.; Fetcham

Castleton: Nath. (London) 57. 15;Wm. (Gt.


Bookham) 50. 161
Castor ware see Pottery: Roman, passim

Castro,

Benet's Lane 45. 130, 137; Salmon's Green


48. 147;Stanstead 48. 147;Tillingdown
45. 128, 130, 132, 134, 135;Tupwood 48. 147;
Wapses Lodge 45. 130, 134, 137

134,
18,

50. 158; Guildford 39. l-50,?7/s.,addit.


finds 41. 119-22, finds in Guildford Museum
53. 70; Mitcham 56. 51-131, illus.
See also Burials
Cereal grains, traces on pottery, Saxon, Thurs-

ley 51.153

Certeham (Chartham) see Lingfield


Chabeham see Chobham
Chabeleyn,John 51.94
Chadsey,Dr.52.42
Chadwyck-Healey: Sir Chas., patron
leigh 39. 152; Sir Gerald,
leigh ch. 39. 151, 152

arms

of

of, in

Chaffen, Rob., monk of Sheen 47. 20


Chaldecott, Howard (Dorking) 54. 142
Chaldon (Chawldon):
(See also Coulsdon,m which parish

CranCran-

former
21

Chaldon (Chawldon)cont.
parts of C. are now incorporated)
enclosures 48. 148; manor of Tollsworth
39. 88; military assessment (1805) 52. 61;
parish registers 46. 117;the "Pilgrims' Way"
in 44. 58;visitation (1724-5) 39.87
church: epitaph in 43. 45;Glynne's notes on
55. 73; mural paintings 53. 21; rectors of,
default of 46. 92, see also Cross; Jackson
places: Grubs Wood 41. 20; Tollsworth (Tolsworth) Farm 41. 20, 23; Willey Farm 41.20,

44.58
Chalfont St. Peter, Bucks., V. of see Dor man
Chalk: balls,neo.,E.Horsley 52. 14,26;prices
of, for lime-kilns 59. 25; quarry ings, Dorking
59. 19-26, Sutton 59.71
Chaloner: John le,and his w. Grace (Southwark)
46. 75; Pet. 42. 98
Chambers, Crispin (Cheam) 47.82

ChamlettjMr. (Epsom) 57.24


Chandeliers, brass, in S. churches 47.29-47,
pis.

Chandler, Chauntler: Mr. (Guildford), attorney


46. 35; Abel (Caterham) 59.65;Moses (Charlwood) 59.41
Chandos,Duke of see Bridges, Jas.
Channer: John 52.41; "mother" Channer 52.41
Chapelle see Capel
Chapels see under individual parishes
Chapman: Geo. (Lingfield) 59. 60;Hy. 52. 42; John
52. 45; John, soapmaker 41. 128; John (Blechingley) 59. 55; John (Ewell) 54. 115, 122; John
(Kingston) 44. 120; John (Lingfield) 59. 59,60;
John (Oxted) 59.63;Sir Rich., priest 51.94;
Rich. (Chertsey), grocer, tokens of 56.31;
Rich. (Crowhurst) 59. 56, 57; Rob. (Oxted)
59.63;Thos.(Blechingley) 59. 55; Wm. 52. 42;
Wm.,his valuation of manor of Farleigh

Wm.

(Blechingley) 59. 54
Charcoal oven, discovered in wall of Thursley
41. 40;

ch.39.109
Chareter,Hy.le 43.95
Charing, Kent "Pilgrims' Way" at 41.4, 11
Charities, in S. parishes 39.82-103 passim;see
also

names

of individual charities
King: achievement of, in Battersea ch.
52. 74; and Byfleet Manor 45. 68; gift to Kingston poor in exchange for land enclosed
39. 95; hunts in S.43.4
Charles n,King: at Epsom 51. 110;hunts in S.
43. 4; portrait of, at Woodcote Grove, Epsom

Charles

I,

51.124

Ct.48.158
Charlwood, Charlewood, Chorwood: Edw. (Leigh)
59. 45,46, 47; Nich., and Perrotts manor,
Banstead 50. 113; Thos. (Oxted) 59.63;Wm.
(Betchworth) 59.37

Charman, Fra. (Horley) 59. 44


Charmans: fam. (Ewell), butchers

51. 130
(Streatham) 59. 4; Wm. 59. 2, 7
Charrossez,Hum.,his w.51. 89
Char run ', Guichard de,R.of Essendon, Herts.

Charrington:

passim
Charlwood (Cherlewode):
"digging of iron" at 45. 150; enclosures
The free men of Charlwood, by

48. 145, 147;

R.Sewill and E Lane reviewed 52.94-5;


gates from Tradescant's house at Camber.

J.

43.93
Chart, Chart Woods see Limpsfield
Chart: Geo. (Lingfield) 59. 61; John (Sutton)
59. 72; Thos. (Lingfield) 59. 61
Chart Park see Dorking
Charterhouse see Godalming
Charters: forged charter of Chertsey Abbey
39. 59; grant of land in Beddington and
Wallington to St. Thomas' Hospital, Southwark 50. 168-9,/)/.; grant of right of warren
by King John to Odo de Dammartin 54. 5865; see also Cartularies
Chartesey see Chertsey

Chartham (Chartehamme, Chertham, Certeham)


see Lingfield

Chasemore,Chasmore: John
John (Reigate)

(Nuffield) 59.49;

59. 53; Rich. (Leigh)

59.46

"Chatelaine" bronze, Saxon (Mitcham) 56.110


illus

Chatley see

Cobham

Chaubert,Mr. (Shere) 46.48


Chaucer, Geof., as Clerk of Works in Byfleet
45.59
Chaunce,fam.,M.P's for Reigate 39. 58
Chauntler see Chandler
Chawldon see Chaldon
Cheam (Chaham,Cheyham):
(See also Cuddington and Sutton)
almshouses 47. 69, 79; arrowheads from
58. lll;brewery 47. 69-70; Cheam School
47. 68-9,60. 68; enclosures and open fields
48. 131,143;fair 47. 70; tfzs/orv of the old

Cheam and Sutton ,by C.J. Marreviewed 45. 161; hunting in 43.3;

villages of
shall,

Charlton, Charleton,Chorleton: fam.,arms of


(Albury) 48.93;Ellis (Chipstead) 59. 42; John
(Chipstead) 59. 42; John (Cobham) 58.48;
Wm., parson of Witherley, Leics.47. 27
Charlton type pottery see Pottery: E.I. A.

22

well 48. 157; meso. site 52. 3; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; Protestation returns
59. 40-1; registers: non-parochial 46. 124,
parish 46. 117; Saunders family possessions
in 54. 82-4,96;sword,B.A. 55. 122
church: Glynne's notes on 55.74;parson of
43. 88; rector of see Mulcaster
places: Lowfield (Lovel) Heath 40. 70;Stanhill

lands in 52. 46; manor of West Cheam 47. 68;


military assessment (1805) 52.61;plague in
47. 68, 73-4; pottery kilns, med.: sites of
47. 70, 99- 100, wasters from 52.84; rate book,
1730 to 1753 47.67-83,50. 167; registers:
parish 46. 117, Roman Catholic 46. 117;
Saxon spearhead from 51. 151-2, 56. 135
churches: St.Dunstan: 47. 68, 71, brass,
probably of Wm.de Cheyham 47. 100-1,
curate of see Pi ckern, epitaph in 43.42,
Glynne's notes on 55. 75, rectors of see

Cheam (Chaham, Cheyham): churches cont.


King, Jas.;Verley; Watson; St. Alban 47. 68
places: Beanor 47. 69, 81; 'Boney hole' 47. 67;
Cheam Court Farm 47. 68, 70; Cheam Rd.
47. 67; Church Farm, now Cheam Farm Ho.
47. 68; East Cheam Manor Ho. (Lower Cheam
Ho.) 47. 70; Ewell Rd. 47. 70; Gander Green
Lane 47. 68; Grove Rd, 47. 69; Harrow Inn
47. 69,70, 100;High St. 47. 70; Little Grove
47. 69, 81; Love Lane 47. 67; Market Furlong
47. 70; Maiden Rd.47. 67;Necton 47. 69; Park
Lane 47. 70; Park Rd. 47. 67; Plough Inn
47. 69, 70; Rectory 47. 68; Red Lion 47.69,70;
Tate Rd.47. 67, 68; West Cheam 48. 131;
West Cheam Manor 47. 68, 70; West St. 47. 67;
White Ho. 47. 69; Whitehall 47.69
Cheam, Cheyham: Rob.de 43. 88;Wm.de,his w.
(1) Kath.and (2) Agnes, and his dau., their

brass

in

Cheam

ch.47. 100-1

Cheam, West see Cheam


Chearey,Barth. (Merstham) 59.48
Chediok, Sir John, and his w. Eleanor, nee Fitz
Waryn,and Pachenesham manor, Leatherhead 55.9
Cheeseman,Cheesman: John (Blechingley)
59. 56; John (Leigh) 59. 46; John (Tandridge)
59. 64; John, alias Tanner (Tandridge) 59.64;
Rich. (Betchworth) 59. 36; Rich., alias
Tanner (Tandridge) 59. 64; Wm. (Tandridge)

59.64
Chelsea, Mx., church, tomb of Lord Braye in
46. 62-3, 64; Paradise Row, door from, in the
Old House, Mickleham 45. 153

Chelsham:

Woldingham,w which parish forparts of C. are now incorporated)


hunting at 43. 8; military assessment (1805)
52. 61;parish registers 46. 117;pre-Roman
trackway in 49. 20,21,23, 27, 45,46, 49;
Protestation returns 59. 65; visitation (1724{See also

mer

5)

39.88

church: chapelry of Warlingham 39. 102,


45. 109;curate of see Miller, John; Glynne's
notes on 55. 75
places: Bedlested 49. 49; Bull Green 49.45;
Fairchildes Pk.40. 97, 104, 105; Henley Wood
49. 45, 46, 49; Ledgers Rd. 49. 45; Worms

Heath 49.20,21,23,27,45,46,49,52
Chelsham, Chelesham: Rich.de 43.88;Rob.,his
map of Milton manor, Egham 41.47
Chepstede,Chepstude see Chipstead
Chercham see Tandridge
Cherchely,John 42.95

Cherington:
(Lingfield) 59. 61;Thos. (Horley)
59.45
Cheriton, Hants, benefice of 46.96
Cherkley Court see Leatherhead
Cherlewode see Charlwood
Cherriden,Wm. (Charlwood) 59.41
Chert (Churt) see Frensham
Chert: Portland chert as material for artifacts

52.8;used for artifacts


41.56,68

in

S.W.Surrey

Chertehamme (Chartham) see

Lingfield

Chertsey:

barrows

42. 31,32,33,36,37,/>Zs.;enclosures
and field systems 48. 132, 142, 143, 145;
manors: Chertsey Beomond 48. 145, Ham
58. 77, Walton Leigh 48. 142; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; registers: non-parochial
46. 124, parish 46. 117;tithings of 39.88;
traders' tokens 48. 21,56. 31; visitation (17245) 39.88
Benedictine abbey: abbots of see Cordrey;
Medmenham; Rutherwyk; Usk; Winchester;
and Byfleet manor 45. 48, 49, 51; and ch.in
Tooting 57.93;and Esher and Coulsdon
manors 57. 76; and Epsom manor 51.88,110;
and hunting rights 43. 3; and Sutton manor
59. 69, 73- 6; dispossessed monks of 47. 14-6;
excavations: early 53. 18, pi., in grounds of
Abbey Ho. (1934) 43.49-52,7/ws.;a forged
charter of 39. 59w; lands: at Bookham and
Effingham 50. 161, at Cobham 58.47,48,49,
52, 53, 59, 64, in Egham (Trumpshurst)
41.48,in Horley (Thundersfield) 45. 149, in
Sutton 52. 47; mill 54. 105; Philip de Barton a
benefactor of 46. 93; steward of see Pycot;
tile from, fragment 49. 116,/>/s.;tithes of

46. 89;villeins of, taxation of (1332) 41. 103,

104
church: epitaphs in 43. 43; tiles from given to
S. A. S. 53. 62; vicars of see Cole; Milleste
other places: Abbey House 43. 49; Addlestone
(Addlesden) 39.88,54. 144; Barrow Hills
(Threeborow, Three Barrows) 42.31,32,33,
36-7;Bottle 39. 88; Flutters Hill 42.37;Ham
39. 88; Hunger Hill 40.75;Longcross 42.37;

Lyne 39.88;Lyne Farm 41. 49;Mascalls


Grove 40. 75; Rough Brooks 41. 49;;;Sayes

Ct.

54. 144; Woodham 39. 88


Chertsey, Chertesye, Chartesey: Herb.de 42.93;
Mart. 52. 38
Chertsey Literary and Scientific Institution,
books and Museum objects presented to
S.A.S.53.62,65
Chertsey tiles see Tiles: mediaeval
Chesenton see Chessington
Cheshire see Ridge
Cheshunt, Herts., bequest to nuns of 43. 54
Chessington (Chesenton, Chissington):
as part of Maiden manor, held by Merton
College, Oxford 41. 36-9; commons and enclosures 48. 137, 145; land at 57. 83; manor of
Chessington-at-Hoke 54. 90; maps of 41. 36-9;
military assessment (1805) 52.61;parish
registers 46. 117;Saunder family's possessions in 54. 77, 83; visitation (1724-5) 39.96
church: vicar of see Stevens, Hy.
places: Acrehill (Acarhill) Farm 41.36,38;
Bayhurste Hill 41. 36; Chessington Pk.
41. 38, 39; Great Wood 41. 36;Knowle-oke
41. 36; Little Bayhurste 41. 36; Park Farm
41. 36,38;Rushet Common 48. 137;Rushet
Farm 41. 36,38; Rushet Lane 41. 38; Woodcock- parke 41. 36

23

Chester, Chestre: John de (Byfleet) 45. 53, 55,


57; Mary, a//, w.of Chas. W. Bagot,<7.i>.
Chesterfield, Earl of see Stannope
Cheston, Rich., Curate of Crowhurst 59. 57
Chevening,Kent, "Pilgrims' Way" at 41.2, 5; R.
of see Lucas
Cheverall,Thos. (Kingston) 44. 122, 123
Cheyham see Cheam
Cheynell: Geo.,R. of Cranleigh and his w.
Sarah 39. 90; Hy.,R. of Cranleigh 39.90
Chichester, Bishop oi see Nevill,Rich.
Chiddingfold:

barrow

Byegone Chidding-

42. 29, 30, 31, 60;

fold, hy W. H. Luck, reviewed 40. l3l;encxosure at 48. 144; glass industry, deeds relating
to, exhibited by S.A.S. 53. 72;hunting in
43. 10,ll;meso.sites 41. 67,52. 8; military
assessment (1805) 52. 60; parish registers
46. 117; Roman road, supposed 40. 93; Roman
villa: 53. 22, 65, face mask from 60.45,/>/.,
traders' tokens 56. 32; visitation (1724-5)
39. 88; wall-painting at Crown Inn 48. 154-6,
PI.

church: chandeliers in 47. 35-6,/?/.;chapelry


of (Haslemere) 39. 94;Glynne's notes on
55. 76;Hussey drawing of 49. 126; rectors of
see Ellis; Evans; Harris
places: Cherfold 43. 11; Crown Inn
48. 154-6; Godstrode Farm 42.29,30,31,60;
Goldhorde Field 41. 67,42. 31,52. 8; Killinghurst 47. 35; Pickhurst 40. 93; Pockford
43. ll;Prestwick Manor Farm 41.67,68;
Riddingsfield 41. 67, 68
[Chiddingfold] Chydynf old, Wm.de 42.92
Chiddingstone,Kent 51. 83;manor of Milford
alias Somerden 54.64
Chif ney Sam j ockey 44 1 7 1
Chignal, Essex, R. of see Hornby
Chigwell, Essex 52. 39
Chilcomb (Chiltecomb), Hants, R. of see Essex,
,

Wm.of
Child: Mr., town clerk of Guildford 39. 43; John

52.41

Chilman,Childman: Fra. (Reigate) 59.50,51;


John (Buckland) 59. 38; John (Chipstead)
59.41;Rich. (Chipstead) 59.41;Rich. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Rog. (Chipstead) 59.42;Thos.

52. 61; neo. finds 52. 26; parish registers


46. Ill; A peep at Chipstead' s past, reviewed
51. 158; pottery, med. 60. 86; Protestation
returns 59. 41-2; right of warren in 54.59-63
passim; visitation (1724-5) 39.88
church: bells 48. 157; curate of see Clark,

Wm.;Glynne's notes on 55. 77; print by D.


Wolstenholme 43. pi. I; rectors of see Gilbert; Mawr; More, Geo.; Pole; Tattersall

Mare 48. 42; Chipstead Mead


48.42;Collowe Green 48.42; Copthall 48.42;
Deanes 48.42;Ellyns (Elwyns,Elyotts)
48. 43; Fowlers 48. 42;Gyllams Hawe 48.42;
Harrolds 48.42;Heplott 48.42;Hooks 48.42;
Rett Hawes 48.42;Knaplehowe 48.42;le Fox
48.42;le Newe 48. 42;Longcroft 48.42;
Margetts 48.42;Muggs Hole 48. 42; North
Hill 48.42;Northfield 48. 42; Parsonage
Green 48. 42;Rapkyn 48.42;Shabdens,Great
and Little 48.42;Shortlands 48.42;Sopers
48. 42, 43; Sower oft 48. 42; Star rocks 48.43;
Thistle Lands 48. 42; Well Copse 60.86;
Whytefold 48.42;Wulehawes 48.42
Chissington see Chessington
places: Black

Chitty,Chittie,Chittin: Hy. (Godalming), tokens


of 48. 24, 56. 35,/?/.; John (Reigate) 59.54;
John (Titsey) 59. 67; Jos. (Bramley), token of
56. 31;Thos. (Gatton) 59.43
Chiverell,Edw. (Lingfield) 59. 60

Chobham (Chabeham):
barrows

40. 72,42. 29, 36, 37, 39,40, pis.;


enclosures and field systems 48. 132, 138,
145, 147; hunting in 43. 13; meeting place (?)
of Godley Hundred 56. 135; registers: nonparochial 46. 124, parish 46. 117;Sarsen
stone 57. 69; traders' tokens 56. 32;visitation
(1724-5) 39.88
church: chandeliers 47. 33,36; Glynne's notes
on 55. 77; rector of see Warton; vicars of see
Brodhurst; Wood, Rich,
places: Albury Bottom 42. 37; Bar row Hills
(Threm Burgen) 40. 72;Broomhill Hut
43. 13;Burrowhill 42. 37; Chobham Place
39. 88; Colony Bog (Collingley,Coldingley,
Coldlingly) 42. 40;Sunningdale barrow
42. 29, 36;

West End Common

40. 72, 42. 32,

39, 48. 40

(Buckland) 59. 38; Wm. (Reigate) 59. 52


Chilton, Berks., estates of Poyle fam.in 41. 125,
126

[Chobham], Chabeham, Rich, de, parker


Guildford 42. 93

Chilworth see St. Martha's


[Chilworth] Chulewirthe.Hy.de 42.92
Chimney pieces see Fireplaces
Chinner,John (Merstham) 59.48
Chinton,Rob. (Godalming), token of 48. 24,56. 35,
his w.Joan 48.24
Chipping, Chiping: Fra. (Blechingley) 59.56;
Thos.,R. of Nuffield and St. Mary Magdalene,

Cholmeley, Chomley: John (Blechingley) 59. 54,


56; John (Crowhurst) 59. 57
Chorleton see Charlton
Chorwood see Charlwood

London 45. 109


Chipstead (Chipsted, Chepstede, Chepstud):
copyholds in 48. 42; lands in 43.86,93,98,99;
manor, abstracts of Court Roll and Court

Books 48. 41-4; military assessment (1805)


24

Chobham Ridges, barrow on

of

42. 40

Christian: Geo. (Oxted) 59. 63; Hy. (Oxted) 59.63;


Rich. (Oxted) 59. 62;Thos. (Oxted) 59.62
Christow, Devon, R. of see Griffith
Chubb, H.P.B., report on Roman coins from

Cobham 44.139
Chulewirthe see Chilworth
Chun, Wm., war rener of Twickenham 58.75
Church, North, Herts., curate of see Rolfe
Church: D.M.King- see King-Church; John,

Churchcont.
monk of Chertsey 47. 15
Church Cobham see Cobham
Church Goods, Commission
Commission

for the Sale of see

Church goods and features: prices of (1230)


46.79-80; see also Anchorites' cells; Aumbry;
Bells; Breadrack; Canopy; Chandeliers; Communion table; Epitaphs; Fonts; Glass, stained;
Image bracket; Mural paintings; Pews; Piscina; Plate; Reredos; Rood screen; Roof
bosses; Roofs; Squint; Windows
Churches: chandeliers in 47. 29-47; coats of

arms

48.61-112,49.130,50.105-32,52.6632-40; drawings of, placed in Guildford

in

79, 55.

Museum

56. 162; epitaphs in 43. 36-48; in


diocese of Guildford, collection of photographs of 48. 160-1; material for a survey of
churches in W. Surrey, by P. G. Palmer,
deposited in S.A.S. Library 58. 115; restoration work of P. M. Johnston 40. 123-4; Sir
Stephen Glynne's notes on 55.65-117; see
also under individual parishes
Churchill, Colonel (W. Molesey) 39. 97
Churchman, Thos. (Merstham) 59. 48
Churchwardens, and military recruitment (1805)
52.64
Churchwardens' accounts, Kingston, extracts
from 44. 102-36 passim
Churt see Frensham
Chussex Plain see Walton-on-the-Hill
Chuvilli: John de 57. 79; Rich.de 57.79
Chyddingfold see Chiddingfold
Chylldern, Rob. (Byfleet) 45. 67
Chylton, Nich., R. of St. Mary, Guildford 45. 101
Chynnall, Luke (Richmond), tokens of 56.42
Cinerary urns see Pottery, passim

Cinnamus, potter, of Lezoux 48. 53


Cistercian abbey see Farnham: Waverley Abbey
Cists see Burials
Cladon see Clandon

Claes,fam.,arms

of (Ashtead) 48. 107

Clandon (Clandene, Claden), estates of Poyle


fam. in 41. 125; R. of see Wyse
Clandon, East (Esclandon):
enclosures and field system 48. 132, 135, 139,
148; manor, acquired by Bigley fam. 58. 48;
military assessment (1805) 52. 60; neo. finds
52. 28; parish registers 46. 117; visitation
(1724-5) 39.89
church: chandeliers in 47. 38; Hussey drawing
of 49. 126; rectors of see Hawthorne; Heath,
Rich,
places: Hatchland Place (Hatchlands)

39.89,40.76
Clandon, West (Wesclandon, West Landon):
(See also Merrow in which parish parts of C.

were formerly included)


enclosure and field system at 48. 131, 135,
139; lands in 51. 88; manor, part of Burnt
Common in 46. 33; military assessment
(1805) 52. 60; parish registers 46. 117; private
road to Send 46. 2; visitation (1724-5) 39. 89;

Weston fam. in 39.52


church: Glynne's notes on 55. 113; Hussey
drawings of 49. 127; rectors of see Bowman;
Price; Smith, Hy.; Thompson, Thos.
Clandon Park: 39.68,71,40.44,76; 18th cent,
flock wallpaper 52. 56-9, pi.; kennels at
48. 14.; pictures at 42. 1-10, pis.; pictures of 42. 4, pi .; visited by George IV
44.18,22
other places: Burnt
Common 40. 76

Common

40. 33;

Clandon

Clapham:

Clapham

in the 16th cent.,

by R.J. Lister,

reviewed 39. 157-8; enclosures 48. 142; military assessment (1805) 52. 62; registers: nonparochial 46. 124, parish 46. 117; traders'
tokens 48. 18, 21, 56. 32;Stane street in 45.
118,50. 151; visitation (1724-5) 39.89
churches: Holy Trinity, chandeliers in 47. 36;
St. Paul, brasses in 40. 112;St. Peter, brass
in 40. 112; parsons of 51. 88; see also Brock;
rectors of see Brady; Dealtry; King
places: Bull's Head 59. 91; Clapham Common
45. 118, 48. 136; Cock Inn 59. 91; Crescent
Lane 50. 151; Nags Head Lane 59. 90; Old
Dragmire Lane 50. 152; Plough Inn 59. 91;
Sun Inn 59. 91; White Hart 48.21,59.90;
Windmill Inn 59. 91; Work House 40.67
Clapham, A. W., his work on Newark Priory
40. 1, 4, 5; The Later periods of English

domestic architecture 41. 110-8


Clare, de Clare: fam. 47. 3, 4, 54. 61, 63, 64, 57. 82,
and Ockham manor 45. 3, 33, 149, and M.P.s
for Blechingley 39. 58; arms of 55. 20, chantry
in Ockham ch. 49. 120, lands in Blechingley
and Ockley 45. 149;
friend of Wm. Bray
46. 31, 37, 40, 42; Gil. de, Earl of Gloucester,
fl. 1307, and Pachenesham manor, Leather-

head 55. 9; Gil. de, Earl of Hertford and


Gloucester, fl. 1217-44, and Blechingley ch.
43. 91, 96; Matilda de, Countess of Gloucester,
patron of Ockham 45. 44; Rich, de 43. 92;
Rich, de, 8th Earl of Clare 46. 83; Rich, de, of
Tonbridge 54. 64; Rich, of 59. 1; Rog. de 43. 91,
92; Rog. de, Earl of Clare, d. 1241 54. 60-4,
his w. Alice, nee Dammartin, aft. w. (1) of
John de Wauton 54. 60-4
Claremont see Esher
Clarence, Wm., King's Serjeant, grant from
Byfleet manor 45.63,64
Clarice, constructor of stalls of Guildford
Friary 42. 92
Clark, Clarke, Clearke, Clerke: Colonel 46. 49;
Miss (Wotton) 46. 41; And. (Betchworth)
39. 85; Ant. 3., Ancient weapons from Ripley
52. 80-2, Cross-valley dyke on the SurreyKent border 57.72-4, Fourth century RomanoBritish pottery kilns at Overivey. Til ford
51. 29-56, with J. F. Nichols, Romano-British
farms south of the Hog's Back 57. 42-71, with
P. R. Stuart, The Roman villa at Worplesdon
49. 108-9; Dan. (Caterham) 59. 64; Edw. (Blechingley) 59.55;Edw.(Tandridge) 59.64;F.L.,

25

Clark, Clarke, Clearke, Clerke cont.


The history of Epsom Spa 57. 1-41, addendum
58. 114; F. S., his flint finds at Puttenham
57. 47; Fra., notary public 52. 49; Grahame,
notes on worked flints 41. 53, 57, 72-4, 78;
Hy. (Reigate) 41. 32; Jas., his epitaph (E. Molesey) 43. 42, lease of Molesey ferries 58. 80,
his son, Sir Jas., lord of manor of Molesey
Prior 39. 97, 58. 80, his great grandson, Jas.,
and first bridge at Hampton Court 58. 80, 84;

John

51. 92;

John (Caterham)

59. 64,

John

(Stoke-next-Guildford) 51. 93; John le (Sutton)


59. 76; John Erskine, V. of Battersea, arms of
55. 34; Jos., incumbent of Long Ditton 39. 90;
Mich. (Caterham) 59. 64; Rich. (Tandridge)
59. 64; Rob., his w. Ann 51. 96; Thos. (Leigh)
59. 46; Wm., Curate of Chipstead 45. Ill;
(Nutfield) 41.33

Wm.

Claroun, John 42. 92


Clasp, bronze, Saxon, Farnham 56. 140
Clay: Ernest C, Ancient glass in Buckland
church 41. 123-4; Thos., his map and survey
of Gt. Bookham 51. 103, 108
Clay pipe see Pipe
Claygate see Ditton, Thames
Clayle, Mich. (Richmond), token of 56. 43
Claymond, John, President of Corpus Christi
College, Oxford, and manor of Milton, Egham
54.86
Clayton: Mr., patron of Home 39. 94; Sir Rob.,
Lord Mayor of London, his collection of
deeds purchased for Guildford Muniment
Room 39. 161; Sir Rob., d. 1707, his monument
(Blechingley) 43. 44; Sir Rob. ,fl. 1770, of
Marden Pk., Godstone 40. 77; Wm. (Godstone)
39. 85, 93; Gen. Sir Wm., memorial tablet
(Blechingley) 54. 67
Clearke see Clark

Cleme,Ant.52.40
Clement: John, monk of Sheen 47. 20; John (Nutfield) fl. 1641 59. 49; John (Nutfield), fl. 1756
41. 32^ Rich. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Rob. (Nutfield)
59. 49; Thos. (Merstham), grocer, token of
48. 28, 56. 40; his w. Phyllis 48. 28
Clements: John, pewterer, his tomb at

Ewell
48. 15; Luther, his collection of tokens 48. 17
Clere,Rich.,R.of Peper Harow 45. 108
Clergy: Dispossessed religious in S.47. 12-28;
Early archdeacons of S. 46. 68-97; Surrey
incumbents in 1562 45. 97-115; see also
under parishes
Clerk, Clerke see Clark
Clerk of the Verge, Wm. Bray appointed 46. 46
Clerkenwell, Middx., manor of 54. 71, 72, 73,
steward of see Wroth; nunnery of St. Mary,
Surrey property of 50. 157
Cleveland, John (Gt. Bookham) 51.108
Cleveland, Barbara, Duchess of, and Nonsuch
Palace 51.131,58.5
Clevynge, John 51. 85
Cleybroke, Rob., alias Gregory, q.v.

manor of Sutton 39. 100;


59. 82; Rich., patron of Sutton 39. 100

Cliff e: Hy., lord of the

26

Cliffe-Pipard, Wilts., benefice of 46.96


Clifford: Alex. (Ewell) 54. 80, 96, his w. Jane,

C:

nee Saunder 54. 80; John de, Lord Clifford,


patron of Cranleigh 39. 152; Thos. (Rothertoken of 48. 29, 56. 44
39. 100
Clift.Wm., jockey 44.17
(Guildford) 46. 34; Mr., of Colley
Clifton:
Farm, Reigate 41. 25; Jas. (Guildford), shop
keeper 39. 93; Rich. (Wonersh) 39. 102
Clifton Maubanc, fam. (Dorset) 40. 30
Clink, the, see Southwark
Clinton, aft. Pelham Clinton: Edw., 1st Earl of
Lincoln, letter to Sir W. More 45. 67; Hy., 7th
Earl of Lincoln (Weybridge) 39. 102; Hy. Fien
nes, 9th Earl of Lincoln and Duke of Newcastle, his ownership of Oatlands Pk. 40. 75,
51. 134, lease of Byfleet Pk.45.73
Clipsham, Clypsam: John, M.P. for Surrey 39. 52
steward of Byfleet 45. 62
Cliston see Clyston
Clive, Rob., 1st Baron Clive of Plassey, and
Claremont Pk. 40. 68, 76
Clopton, John, squire, of Suffolk 51. 84
Clothall, Herts., Michell fam. manors in 56. 16
Clowes, Wm. (Banstead), printer 42. 87
Cluniac Monastery see Bermondsey
Clutton, Wm. (Cuckfield) 58. 72
Clymppisfolde, Thos. 42. 98
Clypsam see Clipsham
Clyston, Cliston, Sir Gervays, bequest to 51.83,
84
Coaching and coachmen: 46. 4-6,p/s.;at Sutton
59. 72; Godalming Machine 46. 37, 40; Guildford Machine 46. 34; Portsmouth Fly 46. 42
Coates: Sir Edw. F., Bart. (Ewell) 51. 125; F.,
portrait by 42. 5; Gil. (Reigate) 59. 53
Coats of arms see Arms, heraldic
Cobb, F.W., his Alfold: the story of a Surrey
village, reviewed 44. 61-3
hithe),

Clifford,

Lady (Thorpe)

Cobby, Edw. (Lingfield) 59. 61


Cobden, Wm., Prior of Guildford 49. 26

Cobham (Coveham, Covenham):


Admiral Sir Graham Moore at 60.63-70;
barn 60. 67; bridges

58. 51,66-8; coins,


44. 139; common fields and wastes
58. 68-75; E.I.A. pits at Leigh Hill, finds

Roman

in Guildford Museum 53. 67; earthwork


on Chatley Heath 42. 42; eel weir 59. 63; enclosures 48. 142, 145, 148, 58. 72; fairs 58. 50l;fishing at 58. 63; iron mill 58.62-3,65;
manors: Cobham manorial history 58.47-78,
Cobham 46. 49, 58. 47-52, 57-9, surveys of
(1546-9) 58.50,(1589) 45.152-3,58.50,

from

Downe 58. 52-6, Ham 58. 77-8, Heywood 58.


mausoleum at Hatchford 59. 92; military
assessment (1805)

parish registers 46. 117; pottery,


42. 111-3;

pound 58.

47;

52. 61; mills 58. 59-64;

Roman

warrens 58. 75river Mole in 58. 59-68;

51; rabbit

racing at 44. 6, 21;


site, bath house (Chatley) 50.73-98,
Overwey pottery from 51. 50, 55; Saxon sites
56. 135; schools 58. 56; the 'Silvermere' urn
7;

Roman

Cobham (Coveham, Covenham) cont.

church: brass to Jas. Sutton, vanished 58. 48;


chandeliers in 47. 37; curate of see Tubman;
Glynne's notes on 55. 78, in relation to font
55. 67; vicars of see Bannister; Weston, Wm.
places: Antelope Inn 58. 77; Anvil Lane 58.71;
Anyards Furlong 58. 71; Appleton Field 58.71;
Appleton Ho. 58. 78; Ashford Mill 58. 59;

Bear Inn

58. 52;

Berrymans

58. 55;

Heath 58. 76; Stoke


Heath Farm (Oxdown) 58. 71-2; Street Cob58. 78; Stoke (Stoakes)

50. 136; traders' tokens 56. 32; visitation


(1724-5) 39. 89; water-supply for Claremont,
source at Milbourne 59. 92

Black-

smith's Cottage 58. 63; Bolerude (Boleryth)


60. 59; Bridge Lands 58. 61; Bridge Mead
58. 61; Brook Farm 47. Ill; 50. 63-70 passim;
Brook Hill 58. 73; Brooklands 58. 66; Bucks
Corner 58. 48; Bullriding Farm 60. 59; Canal
58. 62, 78; Candelmas Grove 58. 55; Cedar Ho.
58. 78; Chatley 58. 63; Chatley Farm 50. 73-98,
51. 50, 55; Chatley Heath 42. 42, 58. 72-3;

Chesmore Farm

58. 66; Church Field 58. 71;


58. 48; Cobham Bridge 58. 64-6;
Ct. 41. 126, 45. 152-3, pi., 58. 47-9, 50,

Church Ho.

Cobham
51, 61; Cobham Mill 58. 59-61; Cobham Pk.
58. 51-2,63; Coombs Coops 58. 55; Court
Farm 58. 48; Court Mead 45. 152; Court Way
58. 71; Croft Meadow 58. 61; Culver-cloase
45. 152; Down Field 58. 71; Down Wood 58.55;
Downe Mills 58.55;Downe Place 58.52-6,61,
63; Downside 58. 52, 65; Downside Bridge
58. 51, 66-8; Downside Common 58. 50, 72-3;
Downside Mill 58. 59-63; Dudwicks 58.66;

Eaton (Yeatinge, Ettenesse, Gettinges) Farm


(Grange) 56. 135, 58. 47; Elm Farm 58. 68;
Fair Meadow 58. 51; Fair Mile 58.73-5;
Farnhurst Hill 58. 76-7; Field Way 58. 71;
Goffs Meadow 58. 61; Great Burnhams
58. 55; Great Mead 58. 61; Hall Mead 45. 152;
Ham (Hamme), Gt., alias le Warren 45. 152,
58. 75, Little 45. 152, 58. 71; Hamptoneslond
58. 53; Hamwell Lane 58. 71; Hatchford 58. 71;
Hatchford Mausoleum 59. 92, pi.; Haythornes

Heywood 58. 75; Hoke (Hook) 58. 68;


Hundred Acres Meadow 58. 62; Kings Arms
58. 65; La Laune 45. 152; Leigh Hill 53. 67,
56. 135, 58. 47, 68, 73; Little Bridge Green
58. 51; Little Heath 58. 71, 73; Little Morns-

58. 53;

hill Wood 60. 59; Marsh Furlong 58. 71;


Mead Field 58. 61; Mill Field 58. 59; Morels
Pk. 58. 50; Morewoods Lands 58. 61; Neates
58. 55; North Field 58. 71; Norwood Farm

Old Common 58. 73;Oxdown


see below Stoke Heath Farm; Oxshot Farm
58. 77; Oxshott Way 60. 67; Plough Lane 58. 51,
71; Pointers 46. 49, 58. 56, 58-9; Pointers
Green 58. 73; Pointintone 58. 58; Poulter's
58. 48, 71, 78;

58. 66; Pound Green 58. 55; Puddingham


Furlong 58. 71; Puntington Field 58. 71; La
Pypsyng, 58. 59; Rewoorthe Field 58. 71;

Lane

ham 58. 51, 64, 68; Tan Ho. 58. 78; the Tilt
44. 6, 58. 47, 59, 68, 78; Waggon Alehouse
58. 72; Warren Farm 58. 76; West Croft 58.71;
West Field 58. 61; the Wharf 58. 63; White
Lion 46.54,58. 52,74,78

Cobham, Kent, church, Bray arms in 46. 63


Cobham, Coveham:Eliz. 51. 83; Reg. de, 2nd
Baron Cobham, of Sterborough, d. 1403, his
epitaph (Lingfield) 43. 37; Sir Reginald (Reynold), d. 1446 51. 83, 84, his w. Eleanor, nee
Colepeper 40. 113, 51. 83; Rob. de, alias de
Hamme 58. 69; Sir Thos.,of Sterborough,
Lingfield, will of 51. 83-4, his w. Ann, nee
Vere 51. 83, his dau.Ann 51. 83; Wm. 42. 98
Cobham, Geo., Lord see Brooke
Coblenz, Germany, Romano-Celtic temple similar to Farley Heath 46. 19, illus.
Cocke: Mrs. Anne, her tomb (Epsom) 48.

13;

Hy.

(Reigate) 59. 51
Cockes, Wm. (Ewell) 54. 108

Cockfighting (Epsom) 44. 20


Cockin, M. S., his Morllake parish register 15991 678, reviewed 57. 106
Cocks: T. Somers, first Hon. Treasurer of S.A.S.
53. 35; T. Vernon, Hon. Treasurer of S.A.S.
53.35
Coddington, Codington see Cuddington
Coffin: Beddington, Roman, lead 40. 126; Send,
lead 40. 9; Send, masoned flint and chalk
40. 11, illus.

Cohar, Wm.

clerk 52. 37

Coins:

Albury: Farley Heath, including gold


coins of Tincommius, Verica and Epaticcus

E.I. A.:

46. 23; Ashtead 50. 139; Epsom, gold, debased


stater of Philip of Macedon 44. 138-9, pi.;
Walton -on -the -Hill, tin 48. 151-2, pi.

Roman: Albury: large number on Farley


Heath 46. 14, silver denarius of Julian 46. 17;
Banstead, Magnentius 41. 119; Beddington,
Constantine 60. 38, 41; Cobham: an aes of
Rhodes, Constantine I, Constantius I and Constantius H 44. 139, pi., Gallienus, Constantine
I, Constantine II and Constantius II 50. 92-3;
Compton, Ptolemaic 58. 113; Ewell: Carausius 48. 154, Claudius to Tetricus I, 6 coins
50. 43-6, Constans 49. 1 1 1 Constantine 51.
153-4,/)/., Domitian, Tetricus I and Constans
43. 31, Gallienus 49. lll,Titus(?) 48.45,1st
cent. 42. 24, unspecified 42. 15, 43. 29; Farnham: Tilford, Gratian 51. 42, 54; Godalming:
Gordian ID 57. 49, Hadrian 57. 48, 58. 27;
Lingfield: Commodus 41. 91-2, Ptolemy IV.
,

51. 153,/>/.,Merton, scatter, from Nero to


Valentinian I. 42. 17, 23-4; Mickleham, 47.
Milford, Diocletian 57. 101; Mitcham, Constantius H., found in Saxon grave 56. 110;

60. 84; Normandy,


53. 67; Shackleford,

Roundhurst Hill 58. 76-7; St. Mary Furlong


58. 71;Sandroyd Place 58. 77;Silvermere Ho.

Morden, P. Lurius Agrippa

50. 136; Skipwith 58. 54; Skirwitts 58. 55; Solmans 58. 55; Spa Bottom 58. 74; Spencer Ho.

Shaw Collection 57. 50; Shamley Green,


Cyprus 49. 112; Shere, Ptolemaic 58. 113;

in Guildford

Museum

4;

27

Coins:

Romancont.

Walton -on -the -Hill, Tetricus

n and

minimissimae 51. 70,72, 78;Witley, Constantine

Coliar, Coliere see Collier


Collard, Edw. (Burstow) 59. 39

52.83.
Saxon: Brockham, Merovingian, gold 56. 134;
Guildford, Edward the Confessor, silver halfpenny 39. 2, 31-2, 33, 42; Mitcham, 56. 110
med. and later: Edward I: pennies, Wallington
42. 116-7, silver farthing 54. 54; Henry Vin,
silver penny, Mickleham 47. 10; Charles I.,
silver penny, Little Bookham 60. 86;
Alexander in of Scotland, penny, Wallington
42. 117; John Balliol of Scotland, Wallington

42.117
undated: bronze, corroded, Sanderstead 58. 39

Coke see Cook


Colborne see Colbron
Colbroke see Colebrook
Colbron, Colborne, Coleburn: Hon. Mrs., of Nonsuch Park Ho. 51. 133; Adam de 43. 108; Eliz.,
aft. 2nd w. of Laur. Marsh, q.v.; Hy. (London),
scrivener 55. 55; Jas. (Brentwood), grocer
55. 55, 58n
Colchester, Essex: Archdeacon of 43. 91; castle
keep, masonry patterns 55. 4; church of St.
Leonard, R. of see Geale, Thos.
Colcock, Colcoke: Alain 42. 85, 51. 91; Eliz.
(Chipstead), land in Banstead 42. 85; Jos.
(Chipstead) 48. 42
Coldham, Mr. (Farnham) 39. 92
Coldharbour (in parishes of Dorking, Capel,

45. 112,54. 94, 95; Walt, de 43. 88;


(Oxted) 59. 63

Wm.

Colebrook, Colebrooke, Colbroke: Eden (Edith),


aft. w. of Arthur Ormesby, q.v.; Sir Geo. (Gat
ton) 40. 69, 77; Jas., enclosure in Gatton
41. 32; Rob., and his w. Joan 43. 55, 57
Coleburn see Colbron
Colekin, Alured 43. 88
Coleman: Geo. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Jas. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Mart. 43. 106
Colepeper, Culpeper: Eleanor, aft. w. of Sir Reg.
Cobham, g.r.; Sir John 51. 86, 89; Joyce, aft.
w.of Sir Edm. Howard, <7.t\;Marg., aft.w. of
(1) Wm. Cotton, (2) Rich. Welbeck, q.v.; Rich.,
of Aylesford, Kent 51. 86, 89, 52. 47, his w.
Isabel, nee Wurseley , aft w. of Sir John Leigh,
.

<?.r.;Sir Thos. (Lingfield),//. c. 1420 40. 113,


55. 97, his 1st w. Eleanor, nee Green 40. 113,
his 2nd w. Joyce, nee Baynard 40. 113; Thos.,
fl. 1527 51. 86, 89; Sir Wm. 51. 86
Coleridge, A. H. B., Bronze Age arrowhead at
Leatherhead 42. 109-10
Colet see Collet

28

59.59
Collet, Collett, Colet: Hy., Lord Mayor of London, 1486, 1495 52. 43, his children (?) Agnes,
Hum., John, Marg., Margery, Nich., Pet., Rob.,
Thos., Wm. 52. 43; John, R. of Byfleet 45.61;
Thos., steward of Chipstead 48. 42
Coll ey, Colly: fam.,arms of (Addington) 48.70;
John, servant 51. 91
Collier, Collyer, Colyer, Coliere, Coliar:
(Ewell) 54. 118, 123; Agnes 54. 119, 123; Hy.
54. 119; Jas. (Woking), token of 48. 30, 56. 48;
John, portrait by 42. 8; John (Reigate) 59. 51;
Nath. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Ph. (Reigate) 59. 51;
Rich., V. of Kingston 39. 95; Rob. (Buckland)
59. 38; see also Colyear
Collingborne, Thos. (Blechingley) 59. 56
Collingworth,Wm.,R. of Little Bookham 45. 104
Collins, Collings, Collyn, Collyns, Colyn: A. E. P.,

Palaeolithic ovate

from Abinger Hammer

44. 137 Romano -British finds from Gomshall


44. 152; Edw., Curate of Merton 39. 96; John,
of Cobham Mill 58. 59; John (Ewell) 54. Ill,
122; John (Reigate) 59. 51; Lawr. (Godalming),
token of 56. 35; Nich. (Betchworth) 59. 37;
Rich. (Betchworth) 59. 36; Ste. 42. 92; Wm.
(Reigate) 59. 52
Collis,
(Blechingley) 59. 55
Collison-Morley, L., his work for S.A.S. 53. 54,
his Companion into Surrey, reviewed 46. 140
,

Ockley and Wotton), flints from 41. 74, 46. 109;


see also Titsey
Coldrum, Kent, megalith 41.11,/)/.
Cole, Colle: widow (Cheam) 47. 81; Geo., Curate
of Crowhurst 39. 90; Geo., Curate of Tandridge 39. 100; Geo. (Petersham), and Ashtead
manor 48. 105; John, and racing at Epsom
44. 15; John, sub-dean 52. 36; John (Cheam)
47. 72; Ph., V. of Chertsey 39. 88; Rob., V. of

Epsom

Colle see Cole


Coller: Fra (Lingfield) 59. 59; Hy. (Lingfield)

Colly see Colley


Collyer see Collier
Collyn, Collyns see Collins
Colneye, John de, Keeper of the King's Carts
45.56
Colredus, Scunredus 43. 103
Colson, Thos., alias Godmanchester, canon of
Merton 47.21
Colsweyn, John (Sutton) 59.73
Colyear: David, 1st Earl of Portmore (Weybridge) 39. 102, horse breeder 44. 7; Wm.
Chas., 3rd Earl of Portmore 40. 75
Colyer see Collier
Combe see Coombe
Combe, Hants, v. of see Beche
Combe: Chas. (Cobham) 58. 49, 62; R.H.,M.F.H.

43.12

Comber, Coomber: Geo.


gift to

(Lingfield) 59. 60; Jas.,

Newington ch. 47. 42; Thos., R. of

Worplesdon 42. 114


Comberford, fam., arms of 55. 22
Combes, Combez, Coomes: Hy. 51. 93; Julian
51. 93; Rob. (Bramley) 51. 88; Thos. 51. 93;
Thos. (Lingfield) 59.61;Wm. (Stoke-next Guildford), will of 51. 93, his w. Anne, his son
Wm. 51.93
Combs, Saxon: Coulsdon 56. 136; Mitcham 56. 62
(Blechingley)
Comfort, Comphorte, Comport:
59. 56; John (Burstow) 59. 39; Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 55; Rich. (Warlingham) 59. 67; Wm.

Comfort, Comphorte, Comport cont.


(Burstow) 59. 39

Commission for the Sale of Church Goods 54. 87


Commission of Array 40. 40
Commons, in Surrey 48. 136-8; see also under
individual parishes
table, Tooting Graveney: St. Nicholas 57. 97, illus.

Communion

Comphorte, Comport see Comfort


of the reeve of the manor of East
Betchworth 43.119-20
Compton:
coin, Ptolemaic, from 58. 113; enclosures and
open fields 48. 131, 144; History of C. by
Lady Boston, reviewed 41. 130-2; lord of

Compotus

42. 96;

manor

assessment

of Polsted 48. 144; military


(1805) 52. 60; parish registers

46. 117; pottery, mediaeval, and other finds in


churchyard 39. 149; pottery, Roman 57. 43,
48-9, 63, 71; Roman villa, finds from in Guildford Museum 53. 67; seal, 13th cent. 43. 123;
visitation (1724-5) 39. 89
church: benefice 46. 96; bequest to 51. 94;

Glynne's notes on 55. 78; Guide, by C. Boston,


reviewed 39. 159-60; Hussey drawings of
49. 127; the Oratory 51. 154-5; "pilgrim"
crosses in 44. 64-5; rectors of see Cawse;
Fulham; restoration work 40. 123; Saxon work
in 39. 108; window, 17th cent. 48. 157
places: the Dykeries 43. 123; Limnerslease
57. 43, 71; Polsted 48. 131
Compton: John 52. 46; Rich. (Lingfield) 59.60;
Spencer, Earl of Wilmington, Speaker 39. 69,
71
Conduits: and conduit houses, water supply for
Hampton Court Palace 56. 3-14, illus:
possible, at Nonsuch Park 42. 117
Conele, John de 43. 92

Congress of Archaeological Societies, S.A.S.


registered with 53. 48-9
Connor, Wm., arms of (Battersea) 55. 33
Conquest: fam.,arms of (Albury) 48. 84, pedigree 48. 85; Cecily, aft. w. of Rog. Duncombe,
q.v.

Constable, Cunstable, Cunstabell: Andrew the,


M.P.for Guildford 39. 57; Edm. (Blechingley)
59. 54; John the, M.P. for Guildford 39. 57;
John, R. A., his drawing of tomb in Epsom
churchyard 48. 13; John (Charlwood) 59. 40, 41;
John (Leigh) 59. 46; Rich. (Lingfield) 59.60;
Rich. (Reigate) 59. 54
Constantine, Prior of Bermondsey, seal of 39. 78
Constantyn, Rich. 42. 93
Conway, Lady (Kew) 39. 95

Conyns,Thos.42.96
Cook, Cooke, Coke, Cowke: Madam (Epsom)
39. 91; Mr. 46. 55; Mr., lord of manor of Nut
field 39. 97; Gylles 52. 44; John 51. 95; Nich.
(Reigate) 59. 52; Ph. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Ph.

(Rotherhythe), token of 56. 44; Rich. (Sutton),


d. 1494, will of 52. 45-6, his father Wm., w.

Joan, mother Joan and sons John and Rich.


52. 46, 59. 74; Rob. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Rob.

(Reigate) 59. 51; Rog., Curate of Holy Trinity,


Guildford 45. 101; Thos. 52. 37, 38; Thos., V of
Caterham 45. lll;Wm. (Reigate) 59.50,51;
Wm. (Tandridge) 59.63
Cooke: B. Campbell, List of transcripts of
Surrey Parish Registers 46. 114-24, additions
47. 103; R.U. see Robinson, D.J. and Cooke
Cookson, M. B., his Photography for archaeologists, reviewed 54. 153-4
Coombe (Combe):
(See also Kingston of which parish C. was
formerly a part)
conduit houses and water supply for Hampton
Court 56. 3-14, illus.; manor of, and Belet

fam.47. 52
places: Bush or Ivy Conduit 56. 5, 7-9; Coombe
Conduit 56. 5, 7, 9-10; 'Coombe Springs'
56. 3, 9; Gallows Conduit 56. 5-7, 9, 10

Coombe (Comb) Bottom see Shere


Coomber see Comber
Coomes see Combes
Coope,Wm.51.93
Cooper, Coopper, Cowper: Barth. (Oxted) 59.62;
David (Capel), token of 48. 21, 56. 31; Ganil
(Lingfield) 59. 60; Hy., his

widow Alice

51. 94;

John (Merstham) 59. 48; John (Reigate) 59.53;


John (Tandridge) 59. 63, 64; Nich. (Merstham)
59. 47, 48; Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 54, 56; Rich.
(Merstham) 59. 48; Rich. (Titsey) 59. 67; Rob.

(Horley) 59. 44, 45; Rev. T. S., Hon. Secretary,


S.A.S. 53. 22, 36, 42, 57, 91, his The church
plate of Surrey published 53. 49; Thos. (Cater-

ham) 59.64;Thos.(Limpsfield)

59. 58;

Thos.

(Reigate) 59. 52; Thos. (Rotherhithe), tokens


of 48. 29, 56. 44; Wm. (Merstham) 59. 48
Coopers Company, trustees of charity in Egham

39.91
Cooper's Moore Wood see Godstone
Coose, Mart., notary 52. 38
Cope, Mich. (London) 57. 23-4
Copley: G. J., his Archaeology of S.E. England,
reviewed 57. 104-5; John (Chipstead) 59. 42;
Rob. (Beddington) 52. 36; Rob., R. of Waltonon-the-Hill 45. Ill; Sir Thos., M.P. for
Gatton 39. 56, his widow 39. 57;

Wm.

(Chip-

stead) 59. 42

Copp, Mary, aft. w. of Edw. Belitha, q.v.


Copper; cake, Carshalton 49. 56; mills, Merton
and Wimbledon 40. 73; objects: folded piece
with nail -hole, possibly votive tablet, Farley
Heath, 46. 14-15, spiral strip see Bronze
Copthorne see Burstow
Copthorne (and Effingham) hundred 50. 157-61;
meeting place of 56. 133; name 48. 166;
Newdigate as part of 39. 198; taxation in
41.108
Corbet: fam., connections with the Onslows
39. 65; Sir Miles 54. 92, 96, his w. Cath., nee
Saunder, formerly w. (1) of Edm. Kervill, (2)
of John Spelman 54. 91, 92
Corbett, Julian, gift of Court Rolls of manor of
Imber to S.A.S. 53. 73
Corcoran, J.X.W. P., Excavation of the bell29

Corcorancont.
barrow in Deerleap Wood, Wot ton 60. 1-18,
illus.; Excavation of two mounds on Thursley

Common 58. 87-91; review by 58. 116-8


Corder, Dr. Ph., obituary of 59. 95
Cordrey, Cor dray: John, Abbot of Chertsey,
Abbot of Bisham and V. of Egham 47. 13,

14,

will of 47. 17

Cornelison, Hy. (Camberwell) 39. 86, 87


Cornish, Vaughan, his Historic thorn trees in
the British Isles, reviewed 48. 166
Cornwall: see Menheniot; St. Keverne; Truro.
Cornwall, Cornwal, Cornwell: Colonel (Byfleet)
39. 86; Sam. (Chelsham) 59. 65
Cornwall, Earl of see Eltham, John of
Cornynestrm,
51. 84
Coronations, Saxon, at Kingston 48. 1-7
Corpus Christi College see Oxford

Cortay,Rob.42.94
Cortes, Rob. (West Mo lesey), token of 48. 30,
56.48
Cortez, Elyn, aft. w.of Barnard Jennings, q.v.
Cory,Thos.(Burstow) 59.39
Cosham,John (Buckland) 59.38
Cotmandene Common see Dorking
Cottages, timber -framed, demolition of, Guildford 57. 102
dCottell,Wm.(Blechingley) 59.54
Cottenham, Earl of see Pepys
Cotteryll,Hy.52.48
Cottingham,Rich. (Burstow) 59. 39
Cotton: Arthur R., Hon. Treasurer of S.A.S.
53. 35, An Ancient British coin found at
Epsom 44. 139; Edw. (Leigh) 59. 46-7; Rob.
52. 47; Sir Thos.,of Landwade, Cambs. 52. 47;
Sir Thos.,d. 1585 51. 91, 52. 47; Wm. 51. 86, 89,
his w. Marg., nee Colepeper, formerly w. of

Rich.Welbeck 51.86,89
Couchman, Math. (Tooting)

57. 97

Coulsdon (Cullesdon,Kellesdon):
{See also Beddington. Chaldon.Merstham,
former parts of which parishes are nonincorporated in C.)
barrows 42. 28, 29, 45-7, Saxon excavated
1871 53. 21; burial, Saxon, 49. 114; Celtic field
50. 47-72; commons and open fields
48. 131, 132, 136; earthworks on Riddlesdown
50. 65; flint axes from 49. 94-8; intrenchment
on Riddlesdown 42. 120-1; Local history
Coulsdon,
records from Caterham
Purley, etc., reviewed 59. 96; manor: 45. 128,

systems

57. 76, boundary of 42. 120, 45. 133, Waddington sub-manor 59. 69; military assessment
(1805) 52. 61; parish registers 46. 117; Roman

pottery found at Woodplace Farm 50. 57,


69-70; Roman road through, conjectural
45. 122; Saxon sites and finds 56. 135-7, 144,
156; visitation (1724-5) 39. 89
church: bells 48. 157; chapel at Waddington
39. 89; Glynne's notes on 55. 79, relating to
font 55. 67; rectors of 45. 100, see also
Pierce; Seymour; Taylor, Rob.; restoration
work 40. 123

30

places: Cane Hill 50. 65, 56. 135; Coombs Wood


(Combeswoode) 42. 120,45. 133; Devilsden
Wood 50. 59; Farthing (Fairdean) Down 42. 28,

29,45-7,49.94,114,50.47-72 passim. 56. 1367, 156; Hooley (Wholey, Wolley) 40.70,50.656; Little Roke 45. 133; Netherne Hospital
50. 57, 69-70; Newdyche (Wydedyche) 42. 120,
45. 133; Portnalls 39. 89; Purleestret 42. 120,
45. 133; Purley 56. 144; Purley Corner 45. 135;
Riddlesdown 42. 120-1,45. 132, 133, 134, 137;
Riddlesdown Rd. 45. 132, 133, 134, 137; Rose
and Crown Inn 45. 133, 134; Rukkenham 52. 35;

Smitham Bottom 50. 65; Smythe Deene 42. 120,


45. 133; Sondayfurghes 42. 120, 45. 133; Waddington (Watindon, Whattingdon) 39. 89, 48.
131; Walstrete 45. 128, 133; Whyteleafe Ho.
45. 130, 133, 134; Woodplace Farm 50. 57,
69-70
Council for British Archaeology, British Archaeology: a booklist, reviewed 58. 188-9; grant
from 57. 42
Countless Stones, Kent 41. 11, pi.
County histories, early 49. 2
Court, Courtte: Dan (Horley) 59.44; Edw. (Lingfield) 59. 61; Sir Fra. and his w. Joan (Byfleet)
45. 61; John (Lingfield) 59. 59, 60; Nich. (Blechingley) 59. 55

Court Baron: Cobham 58. 51; Epsom 57. 6-7


Court Leet: Cobham 58. 51; Epsom 57. 6-7; Sutton
59.76
Court of Augmentations 54. 87
Court rolls see under individual parishes
Courtenay: Mr. 46. 41; Sir Pet. de, Constable of
Windsor Park, and Byfleet manor 45. 59
Courthopp, John (Lingfield) 59.59
Cousmaker, Coussmaker: Mrs., friend of Wm.
Bray 46. 54; John (Weybridge) 39. 102
Coveham see Cobham
Covett, Nath. (Cobham) 58. 54, 55
Cowden,Kent 51.83
Cowdrey: John (Leigh) 59. 46; Jonas (Reigate)
59.51
Cowgate (Cugate) see Bramley
Cowke see Cook
Cowles, Abraham (Charlwood) 59.41
Cowper see Cooper
Cowrie shell, in Saxon grave, Coulsdon 56. 136
Cox, Coxe: Hy. (Merstham) 59. 48; Herculis
(Lambeth), star chmaker, token of 56. 39;
Jasper (Blechingley) 59. 54; John (Blechingley) 59. 54; John (Oxted) 59. 62: Rich., Bishop
of Ely 45. 99; Rob. (Merstham) 59. 48; Sam.,
his w. Hannah, nee Belitha 47. 53; Mrs. Sarah
(Cobham) 39. 89; Thos. (Godstone) 59. 68
Coy, Quoy: John, monk of Bermondsey 47. 17
Cozens, Sam. (Dorking) 39. 90, 91
Crabb, John (Horley) 59. 45
Crabtree, John, monk of Sheen 47. 20
Crackford, Hy. (Horley) 59. 44
Craggs, Jas., the elder, M.P. 58. 58
Craig: fam., arms of (Battersea) 55. 38, 39; Mrs.

Hannah

55. 38

Crane: Eliz.,lady of the manor of Molesey

Cranecont.
Prior 58. 79; Sim. (Guildford), token of 56. 36
Cranford, Wm.de, of Cleware, keeper of swans,
Byfleet Park 45. 57
Cranham, visited by Wm. Bray

46. 52

Cranleigh (Cranley):
axe, tranchet, from 46. 109; lands in 51. 96,
conveyance of 1580 47. 48-51, map; military
assessment (1805) 52. 60; parish registers
46. 117; Roman brickworks at Wykehurst
Farm: 45. 74-95, Roman road near 50. 147;
traders' tokens 48. 21, 56. 32; Vachery iron
works, deeds relating to 47. 48-51; visitation
(1724-5) 39.90
church: armorial window 39. 151; curate of
see Morgan; Hussey drawings of 49. 127;
rectors of 45. 100, see also Cheynell; Cranley;

Sewell
places: Collyers Croft 47. 51;

Common Wood

47. 51; Frogley Mead 47. 51; Furze Field


47. 51; Hammer Farm 47. 50, 51; Hammer
Pond 47. 48, 51; Haywards 47. 51; Home Mead
(now Holm Tree Field) 47. 51;Knole Hill
(Neat Hill) Field 47. 51; Knowle (Knoll) 39. 65,
90; Little Help (Poor Help) 47. 51; the Lyon
47. 51; Lyonfields 47. 51; Maplecroft 47. 51;
New Park Farm 46. 109; Northowe 51. 88;
Shurlocks 47. 51; Snockshill (St. Enochs Hill)
47. 50; Stedmans Lawn 47. 51; the Stews
47. 48; Strodeland 51. 88; Underslaw, as place

name

57. 81, 82; Vachery iron


Vachery Pond 47. 48-9;
Waterbridge land 47. 51; Whethered Lake

works

54. 20,

Utworth

47. 48-51;

Mead

(White lake, now Kiln field) 47. 51;


Wykehurst (Wickhurst) Farm 39. 152, 45. 74,
147;Wynmill
Fields 47. 51
50.
Cranleigh School Archaeological Society, discovery of Roman brickworks 45. 74, 76, 78
Cranley see Cranleigh
Cranley, Thos. de, Archbishop of Dublin, R. of
Cranleigh 39. 152
Cranley, Lord see Onslow, Thos.
Cranmer: Mr., patron of Mitcham 39. 97; Thos.,
Archbishop of Canterbury 45. 110, 112
Cranstoun,fam.,arms of (Banstead) 50.109

Craspeis see Graspeis


Crassalton see Carshalton
Crawter, Mr., bailiff of Cobham 58.78
Crayell,a book called (1471) 51.83
Creasy, F. J. Randell,his Peep at Chipslead's
Pas!, reviewed 51. 158
Crecchesfeld see Reigate
Cremation, Saxon, in Surrey 56. 154; see also
Burials
Crescot, Ph. 43. 93
Cresset, Mrs. (Cheam) 47. 81
Crewse Common see Warlingham
Creyser see Croyser
Cricklestone see Thursley
Crisp, F.A.,his contributions to S.A.S.Collections 53.91,96
Crispe, Tobias, R. of Newington 39. 150
Crocher see Croucher

Crochyn, Thos. 42. 93


Crocker, Wm.,V. of Thorpe 39. 100
Crockford, Thos. (Cheam) 47. 75
Crockham Hill, Kent 40. 99, 103, 104, 49. 25, 27,
30,31
Croft: fam., arms of (Streatham) 52. 73; John
52. 34;

Wm. 52.

35

Croham Hurst see Sanderstead


Croix, de la see Cruce
Cromer: Geo. and his w. Ann,

monument for-

merly in Ockham ch. 45. 38, his dau.,Marg.,


Bradshaw, q.v., his son, Geo. 45. 38
Cromwell: Oliver (1785) 45. 153
Cromwell, Ralph, Lord 57. 89
aft.

Crondall, Hants, Saxon coin-hoard 56. 140;


tranchet axe 49. 35
Croney, Thos. (Reigate) 59. 50
Croocher see Croucher
Crooked river (Limpsfield) 49. 35

Crooksbury, Crooksbury Common, Crooksbury


Hill see Elstead and Seale
Crosier see Croyser
Cross, Crosse: widow, of Weston Manor Farm

(Thames

Ditton) 59. 33; Augustine, R. of

Chaldon 45. 98, 111; Edm. (Rotherhithe), token


of 56. 44; Rich. 42. 97; Rob., R. of
46; see also Cruce; Rude

Ockham

45.

Crossbow, 18th century (Reigate) 60. 88


Crosskeyes, Dan. (Chipstead) 59. 42
Croswell: John (Warlingham) 59. 67; Rob. (Farleigh) 59. 66; Wm. (Warlingham) 59.68
Croucher, Crocher, Croocher, Crowcher, Crutcher: Allen (Chipstead) 59. 42; Hy. (Reigate)
59. 51; Nich. (Chipstead) 59. 42; Rich. (Walton upon-Thames), warrener 58. 77; Rob. (Merstham) 59. 48; Wm. (Burstow) 59. 39
Crow, Eliz. (Wandsworth), token of 56. 47

Crowborough, Sx., Coldharbour in, possible


Roman road through 40. 105
Crowhurst:
Gaynesford fam. in 39. 53; hunting in, Crowhurst Otter-hounds 43. 15; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers 46.117;
Protestation returns 59. 56-7; Saxon pot
from 56. 137; visitation (1724-5) 39.90
church: chandelier in 47. 37; curates of see
Cheston; Cole; epitaphs in 43. 40, 46; Glynne's
notes on 55. 80; holy water stoup found in
51. 156;

Hussey drawings of

49. 127;

incum-

bent of 45. 100


places: Crowhurst Place 39.90

Croydon:
axe, flint 49. 92; barrows 42. 28, 30, 39, 49. 98,
56. 146; 77;e cradle of a great corporation, by
A. L. Whealler, reviewed 44. 160-1; enclosures 45. 127, 136, 48. 142, 145; Forgotten
Croydon, by R. Bannerman, reviewed 41. 135;
hunting in 43. 7; the Kyngham game at 44. 127;

lands in 52. 35; manor of Addington 48. 65. 68;


ms. account of Addington 54. 131; meso sites
(Addiscombe) 52. 2; military assessment
(1805) 52. 61, 64; prehistoric, Roman and
Saxon finds in Waddon caves 56. 137; Public
31

Croydoncont.
Hall, former museum

of S.A.S. 53. 23, 63;

Public Library, a recognised repository for


53. 75, 76; racing at 44. 1, 2, 6;
registers: non-parochial 46.124, parish

muniments

46. 116, 118: Robin Hood gaderyngs at, 44.


121, 122; Roman finds at 56. 137-8; Roman
ford, near Hermitage Bridge 59. 88-9; Roman
road through 40. 97, 105, 43. 61, 64, 45. 122,
125-9, 59. 88-9; Saxon cemetery at 56. 85, 88,
89, 90, 95, 106, 107, 137-9, 152, 154; traderstokens 48. 18, 22, 56. 32-3; visitation (1724-5,
Addington) 39. 83; Whitgift Foundation, ancient
muniments of 42. 129-31
archbishop's palace: Hussey drawing of 49.

127; preservation 53. 22; suggested as home


for S.A.S. museum 53. 64
churches: St. Andrew 45. 139; St. John the
Baptist: bequest to 52. 32; brasses 40. 107,
109-12, pi., lost brasses 40. 110-12, chandelier in 47. 37, epitaph of Nich. Hatcher
48. 22, Glynne's notes on 55. 30, relating to
font 55. 67, Hussey drawing of 49. 127, vicar
of see Finch; St. Mary, Addington: candlesticks in 47. 31, coats of arms in 48. 64-79,
curate of see Apthorp, rectors of see Edmonstone; Hinton
places: Addington 40. 77; Addington Ho. (Place)
48. 65, 69, 72; Addiscombe 52. 2; Aerodrome
45. 135-6, 138; Avondale Rd. 45. 137; Bensham
Lane 45. 138; Bershamfyld 52. 46; Beulah Hill
46. 136; Beulah Spa 46. 136-7; Brighton Rd.
45. 137; Broad Green 45. 122, 125, 127, 132,
136, 138; Canal 41. 129, 135; Coldharbour Lane
(Purley Way) 45. 132, 135-8; Croydon Common
40. 73; Downs Court Rd. 45. 132, 134; Duppas
Hill Terrace 45. 132, 138; Green Lane 45. 138;
Half Moon Inn 45. 127; Haling Down 45. 137-8;

Handcroft Rd. 45. 127, 128, 132, 138, 139;


Hermitage Bridge 45. 138, 59. 88-9; High St.
45. 127, 132; Lakelys 52. 46; London Rd. 45.
125, 127; Lower Coombe St. 45. 139; Mere
Bank 45. 122, 135-8; M'tcham Rd. Cemetery
45. 135;Norbury 59. 88-9; Norwood 46. 136-7;
Old Town 45. 138; Parson's Green 48. 145;

Rowdown Wood

40. 97; Russell Hill 45. 132,


136, 138; St. Andrew's Schools 45. 139; Shirley
43. 7; Southbridge Rd. 45. 132, 139; Spa Hill
46. 136; Thornton Heath 45. 137; Thornton Rd.
45. 136-7; Violet Lane 45. 132, 134, 136, 139;
Waddon 45. 122, 138; Waddon Caves 56. 137;
Waddon Court Rd.45.136;Waddon Mills 45. 135;

Croyroys, Lady Isabella, Prioress of Rusper


42.95
Croyser, Creyser, Crosier: fam.,arms of (Stoke
d'Abernon) 46. 66; Anne, aft. (1) w. of Ingleram Bruyn, (2) w.of Sir Hy. Norbury,^.r.;
Sir Wm. 46. 65, 66, his w. Eliz., nee d'Abernon

46.62,65,66;Wm.,armiger,

d.

1416 46.66,

will of 51. 92, his w. Edith, aft. Bruyn, q.v.


Cruce, de, Croix, de la: fam. 39. 59; Geof 39.
58, 57. 84; John, M.P. for Kingston 39. 58;
.

Reg. 43. 92
Cruil.Rob.de 43.99
Crust: Thos. (Reigate) 59. 50;
59.46
Crutcher see Croucher

Wm.

(Leigh)

Crypt, stone-vaulted, possibly med. (Wallington)


40. 123, illus.

Crystal Palace 53.pZ.XX


Cubitt, Hon. Hy., Lord Ashcombe, Lord-Lieutenant of S, President of S.A.S. 40. 51, 52, 54,
53.35
Cuddington (Coddington, Codington):
{See also Cheam and Sutton, in which parishes parts of Care noiv incorporated)
axe, meso., tranchet, from 50. 15; excavations
of Nonsuch Palace and earlier church and
manor house see below Nonsuch Palace; hunting in Nonsuch Pk. 43. 3; manor 51. 131; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; old houses in
51. 131 -3; pottery: E.I.A. 49.67, 50. 139-40,
med. 49. 117-9, Tudor see below Nonsuch;
skeletons, possibly Saxon 56. 146; spearhead,
Saxon 56. 139
church: mediaeval, excavated 58. 6-7, plan

Nonsuch Palace and Parks:

42. 118, 50. 15,


51. 131, 132; banqueting house 41. 127, 42. 118,
58. 11 -3; bought by Sir Thos. Pride 39. 64;
caryatids and stone lions from, at Pitt Place,
Epsom 51. 112; documentary history 58. 3-6;

earthworks associated with 42. 117-8; excavations, 1959-60, an interim report 58. 1-20,
illus.;History of Ewell and Nonsuch, reviewed 40. 130; materials from used at the Durdans, Epsom 48. 9; med. pottery from 49. 1179; Nich. Saunder's house in Park 54. 81, 99;
stone mouldings from used at 49, Church St.,

Epsom 45. 155


other places: Cherry Orchard Farm 51. 133;
Cuddington Court golf course 47. 98; Diana's
Ditch 51. 133; Dower Ho. (Harefield) 51. 132;
Harefield Ave. 47. 99; Nonsuch Park Ho.

51. 132; Worcester Lodge (Ho.) 39.64


Cuddington, Coddington, Codington, Codyngton,
136;Wandle river
Codynton: fam. 39. 53; Ben. (Leigh) 59. 45;
45. 138; Wandleside 45. 136;Woodside 48. 22
Ben. (Reigate) 59. 50; Edw. (Ewell) 54. 108,
Croydon, London Borough of see Coulsdon; Croy109, 122; Eliz. (Lingfield), servant 51. 83; Fra.
don
(Horley) 59. 44, 45; John, alias Mansell, ManCroydon and London Railway 41. 129, 135
till, q.v; John (Leigh) 59. 45; John (Reigate)
Croydon Literary and Scientific Institution, and
59. 50, 53; Laur., alias St. Michael, lord of
S.A.S. Museum 53.63
manor of Cuddington 51. 131;Octavian 54. 110,
Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society,
111, 112; Ralph (Sutton) 59. 73; Rich., fl- 1538
additions to Museum 41. 137
51. 131, 58. 3, his w. Eliz. 51. 131; Rich. (BlechCroydon Public Library, repository for docuingley), /7.1641 59. 53; Sim.de 58.6,59.73;
ments 53. 75-6

Waddon Marsh Lane

32

45.

Cuddington, Coddington, Codington, Codyngton,

Pachenesham Parva manor (Leatherhead)

Codynton cont.

Constance 42. 98; Eliz., a//.w.of Sir


Croyser, q.v.; John 42. 92; Lord John
42. 95, 43. 88; Sir John, d. 1277, and common
rights in Cobham 58.68, his brass (Stoke
d'Abernon) 53.pl.XLI, his epitaph 43.37;
Sir John,//. 1325 55. 16; John, collector of
the tax of 1332 41. 99; Sir Wm. 46. 65; see

Thos. (Ewell),//. 1577 54. 116, 123; Thos.


(Sutton), d. 1340 59.73
Cuddington Court Farm see Ewell

Cudnor,Thos.52.38
Cudworth, manor of see Newdigate
Cuerdale, fam., arms of (Ashtead) 48. 106
Cugate see Bramley
Cullesden see Coulsdon
Culpeper see Colepeper
Culverdon, Thos., Abbot of Chertsey 59. 74
Cumberland, Duke of see Rupert, Count Palatine;
William Augustus
Cumberlege, Hy. Altham, R. of Ockham 45. 39, 46,
47, 49. 120

Cummings,Kummins: John (Cobham) and his


son Geo. 58. 76-7;Wm. (Caterham) 59.64

Wm. 45. 35, his w. Sophia


45. 35, his dau. Sophia Noel, her monument
(Ockham) 45. 35

Cunningham, John

Cunnington, R.H., excavates Romano-Celtic


temple at Titsey 44. 85; note on excavations
on Limpsfield Common 41. 119
Cunstable, Cunstabell see Constable
Cuplack, Edw. (Limpsfield) 59. 58
Curde, Hy. (Oxted) 59.63
Curll, Edm., and Aubrey's Surrey 54. 124, 128,

131,132
Currie: Mr. (East Horsley) 46. 54, 55; W.H.
(West Horsley) 43. 10
Curry Rivell, Som., V. of see Lawes
Curtis, Hy., his notes on pedigrees of Whyte of
Farnham, etc., and on the Yateley Cup, deposited in S.A.S. library 45. 150-1; Four early
incumbents of Pirbright 42. 114, corrigendum
45. 157
Curzon: Geo., alias Albyn, canon of Merton, R.
of Taplow, Bucks. 47. 21; Thos. 47. 21
Cusanweoh, Churt, as place name 54. 20
Cust, Brownlow, 1st Baron Brownlow, owner of
Hampton Court bridge 58. 84
Customs: Good Friday (St. Martha's) 54.11-21;
Shrove Tuesday football (Dorking) 54. 141-2;
see also Fairs; Fertility rites; Folklore
Custos Rotulorum, office of 40. 41-3
Cutbert, John, monk of Bermondsey 47. 17
Cuthulle, Wm.de 42.94
Cutler, Cuttler: fam. (Ewell), maltsters 51. 129,
130; John (Reigate) 59. 50; John, R. of St.
George, Southwark 47. 17; John, R. of Worplesdon 45. 107
Cutt Mill see Puttenham
Cutton, Edm. (Guildford) 51. 91

Cycestria, John de 42. 95


Cyrena limestone, used as ore for iron smelting

41.80

D'Abernon, D' Abernoun, D'Abarnon, D'Aubernon,


Daubernoun: fam. 39. 53, arms of 46. 65, 66,
brasses (Stoke d'Abernon) 55. 109, owners of

55. 9, 17;

Wm.

also Dawborne
Dabetot, fam., arms of (Albury) 48.84
Dabnett, Ephraim (Reigate) 59. 51
Dacre, Thos., Lord Dacre of Gillesland 52. 92,
his dau. Anne, aft. w. of Sir John Gainsford,
q.v.

Daddesley,Daddysley: Jas. (Streatham) 52.34


Dadymone, John de 42. 98
Dageworthe, Thos. de 42. 95
Daggers: flint, B.A., Weybridge 49. 101-2, illus.;
iron stiletto, Saxon, Mitcham 56. 126-7, illus.
Dalby, Edw. (Reigate) 59. 53
Dale, Wm., friar of Guildford 47.26
Dallaway, Rev., V. of Leatherhead 55. 95
Dallen, Jas. (Ockham), churchwarden 45. 29
Dallender, Chas. (Buckland) 59. 38; Hy., Curate
of Leigh 59. 45; Ralph (Buckland) 59. 38;
Thos. (Leigh) 59. 45
Dalton:Capt., resident at Poyle Pk. 39. 99; Miss
46. 55; John (Walton -on -Thames) 39.101;
Rich. (Titsey) 59. 67
Darnel, Rog. 42. 98
Dammartin, Dan Martin, Daumartin, Dommartini,
Donomart: fam., and Norbury 47.2, 3, pedigree 54. 60; Agnes 54. 60, 63; Alberic 54.64;
Alice, aft. w. of (1) John de Wauton and (2)
Roger de Clare, q.v.; Margery 54.60,61,62;
Odo, son of Wm., grant of lands to Lewes
Priory 43. 93, grant of right of warren to, by
King John 54. 58-65; Odo, son of Odo 43. 99;
Ste. 43. 96; Walt. 43. 99, 54. 64; Wm. 43. 93, 96

98,49.120,54.60-4

Dammes, Mich. (Leigh) 59. 46


Danbye, Wm., R. of Limpsfield and

Tooting

45. 109

Dance, Enid M., Curator of Guildford Museum


53. 71; Local history accession to Library
58. 115; Ptolemaic bronze coins found in S.
58. 113; The Society's collections of antiquities and records 53. 61-77; The Surrev
Record Society 1913-1954 53.96-101"
Dancer, Ann (Cheam), her husband Thos., her
son John 47. 75
Dancie, Thos. (Reigate) 59. 51
Dancing, med., Kingston 44. 102-36 passim
Dancing, ritual, St. Martha's 54. 11-21
Dancing floor, possible, Albury 58. 100-1
Danckerts, ->
his picture of Nonsuch Palace
58.6
Dane: Geo. (Lingfield) 59. 59; Jasper (Lingfield)
59.61; John (Home) 59. 57; John (Limpsfield)
59. 58; Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 59; Thos. 43. 96;
Thos. (Burstow) 59. 38; Thos. (Lingfield)
59.61
Danhurst: Rob.de,//. 1352, the Queen's averner

33

Danhurstcont.
45. 55; Rob.,d. 1481, and Braboeuf Manor
49. 83, his arms 49.83
friend of Wm. Bray 46. 36;
Daniel, Dannill:
Susanna (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 44
Daniel -Tyssen, J. R.,his contributions to S.A.S.
Collections 53. 90
Danne, Rich. (Charlwood) 59. 40, 41
D'Arcy,Darcy: Lady (Sutton) 59. 70; Rob. and
his w. Joan, and Pachenesham manor 55. 8, 9,
11,13, 16, 17; Sir Rog.,andhis w. Eliz., nee
Wentworth 51. 86, his dau. Eliz., aft. w. of Sir

John Leigh, q.v.


Dardern, John (Bisley) and his w. Agnes 45. 52
Darell, Marg. (Pertonhall, Beds.) 43. 55
Darent, river 57. 74
Dargentein, Sir John and his w. Marg., and

Pachenesham manor 55. 9


Darken (Darking) see Dorking
Darking (Dorking) Brook see Dorking: Pippbrook
Darknoll, Phinehas, R. of Titsey 59. 66
Darlington, Ida, St. George's Fields (Survey of
London, Vol. XXV), reviewed 54. 151
Darnelly, Mrs. Cecily (Cobham) 39. 89
Darrell, Chris, and his brothers, Geo. and Hy.,
of Leigh Hammer 39. 146
Dau see Dye
Daumartin see Dammartin
Davenant, John, his brass (Croydon) 40. Ill
Davenport: fam.,arms of (Addington) 48.74;
Diana Eliza, aft. w. of Hy. Longley, q.v.
David, Davyd: Master, of London, and Artington
manor 49. 82; Geof ., bailiff of Earl Warenne
43. 87; Gerard, his picture of the marriage of
St. Catherine 40. 116; John 52. 40; Rich., R. of

E.Horsley 45.106
Davidson: f am., arms of (Addington) 48.79;
Randall Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury,
arms of (Addington) 48. 79
Davie, Geo. (Reigate) 59. 52
Davis, Davys, Davies, Davyes: Miss, friend of
Wm. Bray 46. 57; Mr. (Streatham) 59. 4; Mrs.,
friend of Wm. Bray 46. 55; Bernard F., excavates Romano -Celtic temple at Titsey 44. 85,
The Roman road from West Wickham to
London 43. 61-83; Edw., V.of Farnham 42.
116; Hy. (Merstham) 59. 48; John (Caterham)
59. 64; John (Ewell) 54. 113, 114, 122; Judith
(Rotherhithe), token of 48. 29, 56. 44; Rich.
(Blechingley) 59. 55;

Walsingham (Leigh)

59.46
Davison, John (Titsey) 59.67
Davy, Elias, his brass (Croydon) 40. 109
Davys, Davyes see Davis
Daw, Mr., charity of 39. 83
Dawbernon (Dawborn) see Stoke d'Aberaon
Dawborne, Thos., Curate of Sutton 45. 113; see
also Dabernon

(Ewell) 54. 115, 123; Edw.


(Limpsfield) 59. 58; Ph. (Ockham) 60. 57
Dawlin.Wm. (Crowhurst) 59. 57
Dawney, Hon. Cath., tenant of The Old House,

Dawes, Dawse:

34

Mickleham 45.153
Dawson: Arnold (Betchworth) 59. 36; Geo.,
Curate of Pirbright 39. 98
Day, Dey: Mr. 52. 42; Fra. (Chelsham) 59. 65; Hy.
(Chelsham) 59. 65; Rich. 42. 97; Rich. (Dorking;
55. 55; Thos. (Chelsham) 59. 65; Thos. (Stokenext -Guildford) 55. 55
Dayrell, fam., arms of 52. 73
Deacon, Thos., Curate of Seale 45. 102
Deaden (Deepdene) see Dorking
Dealtry,
R. of Clapham 46. 55
Dean, Deane, Denes: Mr. (Wotton) 46. 41; Geo.
(Sutton) 59. 80; Math. (Tandridge) 59. 64; Rich,
priest, fl. 1523 51. 88, 90; Rich., R. of Abinger,
d. 1558 45. 105; Thos., R. of Fetcham and
Sutton (Sx.) 45. 105; Thos., incumbent of
Streatham 45. 115; W.H., excavates E.I.A.
and Roman site at Woking 59. 15
Debenham: Edwin, Hon. Photographer of S.A.S.
53. 23; John, sub-prior of Merton, incumbent

Free Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene,


Kingston 47.20-1
Decanus, Diaconus: Rob. 43. 103
De Clare see Clare
Deedes, Cecil, Register or Memorial of Ewell
54.102
Deerleap Wood see Wotton
Defoe, Daniel, Daniel D. and the Dorking district
55. 41-64; on Epsom 57. 5, 22, 30, 31, 32; see
of the

also Foe
Degome, Sir Barnet (Southwark)

39. 100
Delabere, fam., arms of 52. 72, 75, 79
Delamain, John (Kingston), token of 48. 25, 56. 38,
his w.Maria 48. 25
Delamere, Lord, 'gentleman rider' at Epsom
44.18
Delarante, Mr., schoolmaster at Godalming
39.92,93
Delaroche, Paul, picture by 42. 8
Delawarr, Delaware: Earl of see West
De Mara, fam. see Mara
Denbies (Denbighs, Dingby) Ho. see Dorking
Denbighshire: see Holt
Dench, Rich. (Horley) 59. 44
Dendeswell: John 40. 34, 35, 37, his w. Lettice
40. 37; Rog. de, his w. Joan, nee Maubanc
40.33,37
'Dene-holes': Devilsden Wood, Coulsdon 50. 59;
Sanderstead 58. 42, 44-6
Denes see Dean
Dengley see Dingley
Denham,Dinham: Sir John (Egham) 39. 91; Sir
John, Lord Denham,/7. 1471, and his w. Eliz.,
nee Fitzwauter, tenants of Ypres Inn, London
51.84
Denison: Mr., candidate at County election, 1826
46. 57; Jos. (Dorking) 54. 74
Dennett, Rich. (Oxted) 59. 62
Dennis, Denys: Mart. (Caterham) 59. 64; Rich.
52. 44; Rob. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Thos. (Chipstead) 59. 42; Thos. (Woldingham) 59. 68
Dent, Thos., and his w. 47. 28
Denton, Laur. (Buckland) 39. 86

Deptford (Depeford), Kent, lands in 52. 39


Derby, Prior of see Gainsborough, Thos.
Derby, Rich, de 43. 95, 105
Derby, Earl of see Stanley
Derby, Lady (Kew Green) 39. 95
Derby, the race 44. 16-22

Dereham, Norfolk,

tithes in 43. 108


Derfen, John (Blechingley) 59.55
Derham: Adam de 43. 108; Alex, of, his w. Edith
and son Rob. 43. 107; Elias de,R.of Frensham 46.81
Design see Ornament

Detlacre,Rob.52.38
Detterlein, Wendel, and gates

of Byfleet Ho.

50. 102

Deulhudde, Nich. 42. 99


Devenysshe, Rich. (Beddington) 52. 36
Deverell.J.C. (Dorking) 54.142
Devereux, fam., connections with the Onslows
39.65
Devil's Jumps see Frensham
Devon, Chas., Sheriff of S. 41. 31
Devonshire: see Christow;Dolton; Exeter;
Musbery; Plymouth; Totnes; Yarcombe
Dewdney, Dudeney, Dudeny, Dudnye, Dudney:
Geo. (Reigate) 59. 51; John (Charlwood)
59. 40; John (Horley) 59. 44; John (Reigate)
59. 52; Pet. (Horley) 59. 44; Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 56; Rich. (Crowhurst) 59. 57; Rob.
(Reigate) 59. 54; Thos. (Limpsfield) 59. 58;
Thos. (Nuffield) 59. 49; Thos. (Reigate) 59. 52

Dippenhall see

Farnham

Dirkin: Edw. (Blechingley) 59. 55; Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 54

Disc -brooches see Brooches: Saxon


Discs, bronze, Saxon: Coulsdon 56. 136; Fetcham
56.141
Dispossessed religious in St<rrey 47. 12-28
Dissenters see Non-conformists
Distilleries, lavender and peppermint, Sutton
59.71
Diston: J., of Woodcote Grove, Epsom, fl. 1680
51. 124; Jos. (Epsom)//. 1724 39.91
Ditcher, Dicher: Edw. (Lingfield) 59. 61; Thos.
(Limpsfield) 59. 58
Ditton, Long:

Kingswood Lands [a charity] 39. 90; military


assessment (1805) 52. 61; old cottage in
57. 103; parish registers 46. 118; visitation

(1724-5) 39.90
church: incumbent of see Clark, Jos.; rectors
of see Benese; Hatton
places: Essex Arms 57. 103

Thames:
commons, enclosures and open

Ditton,

Dewey, John, of Fridley, Mickleham 47. 3


Dewgate (? Newgate), Hy.de 46. 85
Dewsnapp, Wm .. R. of Fenny Drayton and
Sibson, Leics.47.28
Dey see Day

fields
48. 131, 137, 143; manors: Ember (Imber)
Court, court rolls 53. 73, enclosure act
48. 143, estates sold by Lord Onslow 59. 33,
Weston (or Barking) 59. 33; military assessment (1805), and for Claygate 52.61;
Mummers' play from 58. 115; registers:
non-parochial 46. 124, parish 46. 118; residences of Rev. W.Huntington 58. 115;
trader's token 56.47; visitation (1724-5)
39. 90; Weston Manor Farm 59. 27-34, illus.
church: a chapel of Kingston 39. 95; curates
of see Whitehead; Young; Glynne's notes on

Dialbank Wood see Blechingley


Dials see Sundials

55. 110, in relation to font 55. 68


places: Boyle Farm 47. Ill; Ember (Imber)

Diaries: of Admiral Sir Graham Moore, of


Cobham, extracts from 60. 63-70; of Wm.
Bray, extracts from 46.26-58

Diblocke,John (Lingfield) 59.60


Dickens, Edw. (Ewell) 54. Ill, 122; see also
Diggins
Dickinson, Dickenson: Mr. (Guildford) 46.43;
Thos. (Ewell) 39.92
Dickie, Rich. (Betchworth) 59.37
Didlesfold, Wm. (Cranleigh), mercer, tokens of
48.21,56.32
Digger movement: 48. 134; 49. 122-4; Gerard
Winstanley at Cobham 58. 70
Diggins, John (Ewell) 54. 113; see also Dickens
Dilkes, Admiral Sir Thos., his w. Lady Mary,
dau. of 1st Earl of Inchiquin, and son, Mich.
O'Brien, of Ripley Court 39. 99
Dimmock,Dimmocke: John (Charlwood) 59.40;

Wm.43.87
Dingby see Denbies
Dingley, Dyngley, Dengley: Hy. 52. 44; Rob.
(Kingston), butcher 44. 105, 124, 128
Dionys,Wm., Clerk of Works, and Byfleet Pk.
45.60,61
Diorite axe, Ashtead 51. 141

Ct. 39. 77, 40. 76, 59. 33; Gig Hill Green
44. 120; Stook Farm 59. 34; Thames Ditton
Common 48. 137; Weston Manor (Winch's)

Farm 59. 27-34, illus.


Dixon, Nich., clerk 51. 93
Dobson, Thos., servant 47. 27
Docminique, Paul, lord of the manor of Chipstead 48.43, 44, his son, Chas. 48. 44; see
also Dominique
Dodd, Dod: Jas. (Tandridge) 59. 63; John (Burstow) 59. 39; John (Tandridge) 59. 63, 64;
Mich. (Nuffield) 59. 49; Randall (Tandridge)
59.63;Rich.(Oxted) 59.63
Doe, Dan. (Reigate) 59. 50
Doeccus, potter, of Lezoux 48. 53
Dog, skull of 49. 58
Dol.Sir Rich.de 49.83
Dolton, Devon, R. of see Griffith; Mede; Turget
Domestic architecture see Architecture
Dominican Priory see Guildford
Dominique: Mr. (Gatton) 39. 93; see also
Docminique
Dommartini, Donomart see Dammartin
Don, Greg.de la 49. 83
Donne, John, the elder (London), mercer 51.83
35

Donnington, Donyngton: fam., arms of 55. 24, 25;


John, and his w. E\iz.,nee Pye 55. 25, their
dau. Marg. 55. 25; Rich. 52. 38
Doorways, Norman, Ewhurst ch.41. 103-5, illus.
Dorford see Durford
Dorking (Dorchinge, Darking, Darken):
(See also Brockham, Holmwood and Milton,
which parishes were formerly part of D.)

almshouses 48.

barrows

60;

42. 58, 60. 10;

Cricket Club 54. 143;Daniel Defoe's associations with 55. 41-64; dissenters in 55. 58, 59;
"inga" name 56. 157; manors: Dorking
55. 50, 51, account of (1300) 43. 119, court
book of 55. 55-60 passim, survey of (1622)
54. 71-3,

survey of (1649)

West Betchworth

54. 73, 55. 44, 55,

survey of (1622)
54. 71, D. a member of the manor of Shipley,
Sx. 54. 71; military assessment (1805) 52. 61;
55. 44, 55,

painting of (18th cent.) 54. 142-3,/)/.; the


Philps fam. and the "Wheatsheaf hog" 51. 156;
"Pilgrims' Way" in 41. 26-7; registers: nonparochial 46. 124, parish 46. 118, Society of
Friends 46. 118; Roman Catholic families of
55. 50, 51, 56; Saxon finds from 56. 139;
schools: (1672) 55. 58, 59, Fisher's 55. 59-60;
Shrove Tuesday football in 54. 141-2, pi.
Society of Friends in 39. 63, 46. 118; Stane
street at 55. 1-3, 56. 1-2; summoner of see
Gilbert; trader's token 48. 22, 56. 33; visitation (1724-5) 39. 82, 90; The White Horse
Hotel 54. 71-5, pi.
;

churches: annexed to Lewes Priory 46. 73;


curates of see Mills; Nabbs; Glynne's notes
on 55.82; "intermediate" ch., built in 1837,
chandeliers in 47. 37; old church, Hussey
drawings of 49. 127; priest of see William;
vicars of see Glover; Leigh, Thos.; Lodge
places: Ashcombe (Ashcom Hills) 55.47;
Betchworth Castle 40. 69, 55. 43, 44; Bungham
(Bunghams) Hill 54. 72, 73, 74; Castle Mill
55. 44, 45; Chart Pk. (Vinyard Lodge) 40. 77;
Chergate Croft 54. 73; Combe Farm 41. 26, 27;
Cotmandene (Cottman-Dean) Common 55.47,

Crosse-House 54. 72, 73; DarkBrook see below Pippbrook; Deepdene


(Deaden) 54. 143, 55. 48, 49, 60; Denbies

48, 52, 53, 55;

ing

(Dingby, Denbighs) Ho. 40. 70, 76, 41. 26, 128


54. 74; Dorking (Darking, Patching or Pippbrook) Mill 55. 44-5; East St. (Estreet) 54. 72,
73, 74;

Hollow

Way

44. 142;

MiU Lane

54. 73;

Milton Ct. 46. 41; Milton Heath 42. 58; Nyecrofts 55. 56, 59; Pippbrook (Darking Brook)
41. 26, 55. 43, 44, 45;

Pixham Lane

55. 56, 60;

Pixham

(Pickton) Mill 55. 44; Pixholme Firs


41. 26; Ram Alley 54. 73; the Rolls, a tenement
54. 72, 73; Rounds, a tenement 54. 73; Shrub
Hill 55. 55; Spittle Heath 55. 56; Sondes Place
60. 10; Sun Beerhouse 54. 142;Tipsham

(Tephams) 54. 73; Vinyard Lodge see above


Chart Pk.; Water Deane 55. 56, 59; Wheatsheaf Inn 51. 156; White Horse 46. 50, history of 54. 71-5, pi.
Dorling, Mr., general manager of
36

Epsom Grand

Stand Assoc. 44. 12, 13, 23


of Chalfont

Dorman, Edm., R.

St.

Peter, Bucks.

47.22

Dormer: Mr. 46. 41; Mrs. (Epsom) 39. 91


Dorney House see Weybridge
Dorrant: Edw. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Fra. (Oxted)
59.62
Dorrington: fam. (Alfold) 48. 96, arms of 48. 96;
Fra. and his w. Ann, their memorial in
Alfold ch.48.96

Dorset: see Hilton


Dorset, Duke of, and racing 44. 18
Dossett, Thos. (Reigate) 59. 50
Douglas, Duglasse: Rev. J., his work on barrows
42. 29, 30, 31, 38; Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 59;

Wm.,Duke of Queensberry, "gentleman


rider" at Epsom 44. 18
Doumricke see Dumricke
Dover, Baron see Jermyn
Dowding Castle see Walton-on-the-Hill

Dowman

see Downham
(Downe), manor of see Cobham
Down, Downe, Downs, Doune, Adoune, Dune,
Dunes: fam., and manor of Downe, Cobham
58.52-4;Deodatus de 58. 52; Hy.de, fl. c.
1265 58.52;Hy.,/7. 1331 58. 52-3; Jane
58.55; Johanna 58. 53; John de la,/Z. c. 1350
58. 53; John a, M. P. for Guildford, 1449-50
58 54; John, d. 1661 58. 54; John (Cobham)
39. 89; Thos., fl. 1565, and Downside Mill,
Cobham 58. 60-1; Thos.,// 1598 58.53;Wm.
a, d. 133158 52;
a,/Z. 1548 50. 163

Down

Wm

Downham, Dowman: Edm.,

? alias

Honybee

q.i.

Downing, Downeing, Duninge, Ferdinando


(Ewell), token of 48 23, 56. 34

Downshire, Marchioness of (Baroness Sandys)


50.126
Downside see Cobham
Downton, Sarah (Cobham) 58. 52
Dowse, Geo., alias Taill (Ewell) 54. 108, 113,
114, 120,122
Dowtie, Rich., canon of Reigate 47. 24
Drainage see Water supply and drainage
Drake: Edw. (Blechingley) 59. 56; Sir Fra.,
Admiral 39. 63, 52. 88, his w. Eliz. 52. 88;
Fra. (Merstham), M.P. for S., son of Rich.
39. 63, 64, 52. 88; John, and manor of Musbery.
Devon 52. 88; Rich. (Esher) 52. 88; Thos.
(Plymouth), bro. of Sir Fra. 52. 88; Sir

Wm.,

F.S.A.52.88
Draper: John, King's Esquire, and Byfleet Pk.
45. 60; Susanna (Fareham, Hants) 58.76;Wm.,
fl. 1556, and his w.47. 28; Wm. (Addiscombe)
fl. 1727 58.76
Drawater, Mr. (Guildford) 47. 39, 40
Drew, Drewe, Drue:
Colonel of Militia
40. 50; John (Caterham) 59. 64, 65; John
(Epsom) 57. 26; Nich. (Caterham) 59. 65; Rob.
(Titsey) 59. 67; Thos. (Betchworth) 59. 37
Drewitt: Sarah, her monument (Ockham) 45.39;
Thos., his w., Mary, their monument (Ockham) 45.39

Drinkwater, Arthur L.,R.of Little Bookham,


note on scratch dial 41. 122-3
Driver, J. C.H., Master of Ripley and Knaphill
Harriers 43. 14
Druce,G.C, his contributions to S.A.S. Collections 53.91
Drummond: fam. (Albury), arms of 48. 87-90, 91,
pedigree 48. 86; Adelaide, aft. w. of Sir Thos.
R. Gage, q.v.; Arth. Hy., his tomb in Albury
ch. 48. 89; Hy., [d. 1860], lord of

manors

of

Albury and Weston 48. 80, 87, 89, presides at


inaugural meeting of S.A.S. 53. 1, 26-37, 78,
port., his W.Henrietta 48.89, his son Hy.
48. 89, their tombs in Albury ch. 48. 89, 90;
Louisa, aft.w. of Algernon Percy, q. v.;
Malcolm, his tomb in Albury ch.48.89

Dry

Hill

Camp

see Lingfield

Drynker, John, canon of St. Mary Overy, Southwark 47.25


Duabridge, Mrs. (Sutton) 59.83
Dublin, Archbishop of see Loundres; Roches
Dubois, Mr. (Cheam) 47.81
Ducarrell,Dr.46.45
Duck, Ste., the "Thresher" poet, R. of Byfleet
58. 104-7, associations with

his

poem Caesar's Camp

Kew

58. 104-5,

58. 106-7, his 2nd

w. Sarah, nee Bigge 58. 104, his 3rd w. Eliz.,


nee Nevinson 58. 105, his children, Caroline,
Eliz., Mary, Wilhelmina Amelia 58. 104-5
Duck decoy, Pyrford 42. 3

Dudin,Mr.,M.F.H.43.7
Dudley: fam., arms of 55. 19, 21, connections
with Onslow fam. 39. 65; Jasper (Burstow)
59. 39; John, 1st Duke of Northumberland
and his w. Jane, ne'e Guildford 55. 19; Jos.
(Dorking) 54. 73; Mary, aft. w. of Sir Ph.
Sidney, q. v.; Miles (Dorking) 55. 63; Lord
Rich. 39. 65; Wm. (Dorking) 54.73
Dudley, Baron see Ward
Duffield,Duffeild,Duffell: Ben. (Reigate) 59.53;
John (Charlwood) 59. 41; John (E.Grinstead),
ironmaster 47. 49
Duglasse see Douglas
Duke: Hy., R. of Nuffield 59. 48; Rich. (Betchworth) 59.37;
Duket, Ranulf, his son Adam 43. 108
Dulwich see Camberwell

Dumrick, Doumricke: Jeremy (Reigate)


John (Reigate) 59. 51

Dun

Street,

name

of part of "Pilgrims'

59. 50;

Dunham,

Notts., prebend of 46. 96


Duninge see Downing
Dunlegh, Hy.de, bailiff of Southwark 43. 87, 106
Dunmole: Ant. (Blechingley) 59. 56; John (Blech-

ingley) 59. 54

Dunmow, Essex, Prior

of, bequest to 51. 83


Dunning, Gerald C, Medieval pottery found in
High St., Guildford 45. 142-5, notes on med.
pottery from Ashtead 47. 62-6, Pottery from
West Humble Chapel, Dorking 46. 128-9,
report on pottery from Titsey 44. 96-9; Jas.,
investigations into route of Roman road to
Portslade 45.122,135, 136
Dunsfold:
iron working at Burningfold 40. 92; manor of
West Bramley 39 99; military assessment
(1805) 52. 60; parish registers 46. 118; visi
tation (1724-5) 39.91
church: chandeliers in 47. 38; Dunsfold 's
church and story, by A. J. A. Hollins, re-

viewed 45. 161-2; Hussey drawing of 49. 127;


rectors of see Eliot, Edw.; Langborow;
Richardson
places: Burningfold 57 78, 81; Witherfold
57.81-2
Durand, Ph. 42. 97
Durdane, Rich., R. of Shalford 45. 102
Durford (Dureford, Dorford), Sx., monks of,
bequest to 43. 54

Durham, Bishop of see Marisco; Thurlow


Durham, See of, arms of 48. 73
Dutch: brick-makers at Farnham 57. 88; glass:
fragment found

at Alfold 48. 156, in

ch. 45. 30-2; potters, possible

work

Ockham
of at

Non-

such 58. 14, 18, 20


Dwelly, as place name 49. 33-4
Dwelly Farm see Lingfield
Dwelly Lane see Limpsfield; Lingfield
Dyckby, John, servant 51. 91
Dye,Dau: Math. (Caterham) 59. 65; Wm., R.of
Tatsfield 45.110
Dyer, Sir Swinnerton, Bt., his w. Anne, nee
Belitha 47. 53

Way"

44.49,50

Duncombe, Duncumb: fam. (Albury,

1785 46. 50, 51; Letitia, alt. Woodroffe, q.v.;


Rob. 46. 52; Rog. and his w. Cecily, nee Conquest 48.84;Thos.46.52;Wm.,his W.Philadelphia, 48. 110
Dune, Dunes: see Down
Dunes, stabilized (Thursley) 58.89

etc.),

arms

of 48, 80, 82-6, pi., pedigrees 48. 81, 85; Miss,


fl. 1785 46.41;Mr.,/7. 1785, R. of Shere
46. 31, 38, 48, 49, 52; Mrs.,//. 1785 46. 50;

Anne, a/?. Sturt, q.v.; Ant., his brass in


Albury ch.48. 80; Eliz., aft. w. of Thos.
Merry, q.i .;Geo.,d. 1646, and Weston manor,
Albury 48. 80, 81, 110, his memorial (Albury)
48. 84-6, pi., his w. Judith, ne'e Caryll 48.82;
Geo.,//. 1656, M. P. for S. 39. 63; Geo.,/Z.
1724, R. of Shere 39. 99; John,//. 1646, and
his w. Mary, nie Onslow 48. 84; John,//.

Dyke, cross-valley, on Surrey-Kent border


57.72-4
Dyker, Ben (Byfleet), builder 45. 55
Dyne,Geof. le 50. 166; Wm. (Charlwood) 59.40
Dyngley see Dingley
Dysell, Hy., V. of Farnham 42. 116
Dyson: Jer.,of The Paddock, Stoke 40. 75;Sam.,
friend of Wm. Bray 46. 53

Eady, Justice Swinfen, and Oatlands Pk. 51. 135


Earl, Levin 42. 96
Earlswood Common see Reigate
Early Iron Age:
barrows, possible 42. 29
37

Early Iron Age cont.


camps: Anstiebury, Hascombe and Holmbury

compared

40. 80, Carshalton:

Harrow

Rd.,

supposed camp disproved 60. 50-3, Queen

Mary's Hospital 49. 56-74,

illus.;

Hascombe

40. 78-96, ;7/(/s., Lingfield: Dry Hill


41. 79-92, illus.; Puttenham: Hillbury

57.46-7;Weybridge: St. George's Hill


51.144-7
finds: from pits at Leigh Hill, Cobham, in
Guildford Museum 53. 67
iron working: Hascombe 40. 92-3; Lingfield

41.80,90
religion 50. 150-1
sites excavated: Albury:

Weston Wood
58. 92-103; illus.; Carshalton: Queen Mary's
Hospital, camp 49. 56-74, illus., finds from
56. 135;

Coulsdon,

pit 50. 66-9, illus.;

Ewell:

50. 9-45, illus.; Fetcham:


Hill 59. 86-8, 60. 82; Godalming 58. 2134, illus.; Hascombe, camp 40. 78-96, illus.;
Lingfield: Dry Hill, camp 41. 79-92, illus.;

Purberry Shot

Hawks

Sanderstead: King's

Wood

58. 35-46, illus.;

Woking: Monument Hill 59. 15-8, illus.


sites, misc.: Ashtead 41. 93-7, i!lus.;Carshalton: Bunker's Field 56. 134; Croydon
56. 137;Mickleham, lynchets and scattered
sherds 49. 104-6, illus.; St. Martha's, oven,
with pottery 43. 113-5, illus.; Sanderstead:
Atwood School 58. 112-3; Walton-on-theHill: 48. 151-2, below Roman villa in Sandilands Rd. 51. 68, 78; trackway, from Worms
Heath to Dry Hill 49. 20-55
See also Brooches; Bucket mounts; Burials;
Coins; Field systems: Keys; Loomweights;
Ovens; Pottery; Querns; Spindle -whorls;
Wells
Ear-rings, Saxon, Guildford 41. 121, 56. 141
Earthworks: at Limpsfield and Titsey.for
sighting? 49. 51-2; at Wotton and Dorking,
possibly barrows 60. 10-1; Albury: Albury
Park, mound 54, 45, 58. 114, Farley Heath,
date uncertain 48. 36-7, Roman 46. 16-7,

Weston Wood, mound

42. 57, 54. 17, 43-4,


excavated 58. 92-103, 60. 71-81; Banstead,
Civil War period 50. 170, investigated
51. 63-4; Cuddington, associated with

Nonsuch Palace

42. 117-8; St. Martha's,


circles, etc. 54. 10-46, illus.; Walton-on-the-

Walton Heath, investigated 51. 57-63;


see also Barrows; Dykes; E.I. A.: camps
Easebourne (Esbourne),Sx., nunnery of 43. 54
Eashing see Shackleford
East, John (Oxted) 59. 62
East Betchworth, manor of see Betchworth
East Grinstead see Grinstead, East
East Ham see Ham, East
East Horsley see Horsley.East
East Molesey see Molesey, East
Easton, Mrs. Alice (Lambeth) 39.95
Eastwell Park, Kent, the "Pilgrims' Way" in
41.1-3,4
Eastwick see Bookham, Great
Hill:

38

Eaton, Eaten: Dorothy (Croydon), tokens of


48. 22, 56. 32-3; John (Oxted) 59. 62; Thos.
(Croydon), brazier 48. 22
Eaton Bray, Beds. 46. 51
Eaton Grange see Cobham
Ebbisham, Ebesham see Epsom
Ebleburn see Eppelburn

Eborall,Thos.43.60
Eckersall, Mr. (Burford Bridge) 46. 52
Economics see Prices
Ede, Eede: Dame, Prioress of Campsey Ash,
Suffolk 52.36;Geo.(Charlwood) 59.40;Jas.
(Blechingley), schoolmaster 39. 86; Jas.

(Charlwood) 59. 40; John (Haslemere), token


of 56.37;Rich.(Horley) 59. 43; Thos. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Wm. (Charlwood) 59.40
Eden: Eliz.Smallpage, arms of (Barnes) 50. 129;
Thos., his dau.Dora, aft. w.of Sir Graham

Moore, q.v.
Eden Brook (Limpsfield and Tandridge)
45. 118, 120, 46. 125-8, 49. 34, 35, 39, 50, 51

Edenbridge, Kent, Roman roads through 40. 101,


103-5
Edgar, King, grant of lands at Horley 45. 149
Edge: Hy. (Epsom) 57. 13; Mary (Epsom) 57. 16,
17

Edgeler,Wm.(Gt. Bookham) 51.108


Edgley, Sam., V. of Wandsworth, Prebendary
St.

of

Paul's 39.101

Edgware,Mddx., Canons, palace of Duke of


Chandos 48.9
Edinburgh, Duke of see William Henry
Edingdon, Edington: John de, Archdeacon of S.
46. 95, 96, 97; Wm.de, Bishop of Winchester
46.71,95
Edisbury, Kendrick (Byfleet) 39.86
Edley see Headley
Edlowe, Rob. (Oxted) 59. 63

Edmonds, Edmondes, Edmunds: Sir Chris., lord


of the manor of Molesey Matham, and his w.
Dorothy 58. 79; Fra. (Cobham) 58. 55; Thos.
(Kingston), token of 48. 26-7, 56. 38; Thos.

(Lambeth), token of 56. 39

Edmonstone: fam., arms of (Addington) 48.

74,

and his w. Susanna, nee


Harenc 48. 74; Geo., V. of Addington 48. 74;
Susanna Marg., aft. w. of Jos.Trecothick,
75; Sir Arch., 1st Bt.

q.v.

Edney, Wm., ? maker of iron gates


Durdans, Epsom 48. 10
Edsall, John (Limpsfield) 59. 58
Education see Schools

Edward, the Elder, King, crowned

at

at

The

Kingston

48.3

Edward I, King 42. 94, 95, 97, 98, at Byfleet 45. 51


Edward U, King, at Byfleet 45. 51
Edward III, King, and Byfleet manor 45. 52, 53,
54, death of

42.94

IV, King, and Byfleet manor 45. 64


VI, King, arms of 55. 32
Edward, the Black Prince, and Byfleet manor

Edward
Edward

45.53-7,50.100
Edward, John, son of 43. 108

Edward, John (Sutton) 59. 73


Edwards: Capt. 39. 91; Mr., friend of

Cordrey; Molde; Ryson

Wm. Bray

46. 34; Jas. (Barnes), token of 48. 20, 56. 30;


Sir Jas. (Walton-on-Thames) 39. 101; John,
V.of Banstead 39. 84; John (Charlwood)
59. 40; John (Reigate) 59. 51; Rich. (Charlwood) 59. 41; Vigerus (Ockham) 39. 97; Wm.
(Reigate) 59. 51; Wm. (Sutton) 59.81

Edwin, Edwyn: John, V. of Wandsworth and


Battersea 45. 114, 115;Mrs.Marg., patron of
Headley 39. 94

Eecham

[sic], tithe of 46. 72

Eeles: F.C., editor of special volume on


Stained and painted glass of the County
53. 93; Thos. (Ripley), token of 56. 43
Eel-weir, Cobham 59. 63
Effigies see under parishes and names of

persons
Effingham (Effyngham):

barrow 42. 51; barrow and burials, possibly


Saxon 56. 147; commons and enclosures
48. 144, 145; excavations of manor house site
54. 135; grant of right of warren 54. 59-62;

manors: Effingham 51. 87, 88, Effingham


East Court 48. 144, 145, La Legh 58. 54;
military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish
registers 46. 118; Polesden, part of, in
50. 163-4; tithes of 46. 90; Visitation (1724-5) 39.91
church: brass candlesticks in 47. 31;Glynne's
notes on 55. 84, in relation to font 55. 67;
vicars of see Bonney; Godfrey; Holgate;
Miller; Thompson
places: Bowles Farm 50. 163;Deane Brooklands Farm 50. 163;Herney Pit Farm 50. 163;

Effingham

Wood 60. 59; Mares Farm


163;Neale's Farm 50. 163; Norwood Farm
59; Pacefield Farm 50. 163; Polesden

Little Mornshill
50.

60.

50. 163-4;

Farm

Standard Hill 42. 51;Stonyrock

50. 163;

Upper

Wingates Farm

Common

48. 145;

50. 163

Effingham, Rob., monk of Waverley 47. 18


Effingham, Lord Howard of see Howard
Effingham (and Copthorne) Hundred 50. 157-61;
meeting place of 56. 147
Effra, river 52. 32

Effyngham see Effingham


Egbert, King, palace of, at Kingston 48.
Egeock, fam., arms of 52.73
Egerton, Admiral Hon. Fra., Lord- Lieutenant
of S. 40. 52,54
Eggar, Mrs. (Epsom) 51.115
Eggemere, Wm.de, proctor 43. 110

Egham:

common

fields,

enclosures and field systems

40. 72, 48. 132, 135, 143; field names in 41. 47;
manor of Milton 41. 47-9, 54. 86; maps of
41. 47-9; military assessment (1805) 52.61;
racing at 44. 6, 18, 20-3; registers: nonparochial 46. 124, parish 46. 118; traders'
tokens 48. 23, 56. 34; visitation (1724-5)

39.91
church: curate of see Paget; vicars of see

places: Brickhurst 41. 48; Catherine Wheel


46. 54; Chinsall (Chynchesall) 41. 48; Englefield (Inglefield) Green 44. 6; Harehills
(Harhulle) 41. 48; Hobroke Meadow 41. 49;
Hogster (Hoggesturne) 41. 48; Hurst Field
41.

48;Kitsmead Corner 41. 48;Manycrofts

(Mancroft) 41. 48; Milton Middle Field 41.49;


Milton Place 41. 47; Milton South Field
41. 49; Milton West Field 41. 49; Pimmens
(le pymene) 41. 48; Runnymede (Runney
Mead) 41. 49, 44. 22, 48, 135; Spitts (le Spitt,

Spich) 41. 48; Stroud 41. 48; Taylor's Wood


41. 48; Thorp Field 41. 49; Thorp Meadow
41.49; Trump's Mill see Thorpe; Trumpshurst (Trompeshurst, Teromeshurst,
Tromeshurst) 41. 48w; Trump's Wood
41. 48; Upton Field 41. 49; Yard Mead

41.49
Egmont, Earls of see Perceval
Egremont, Lord, and racing in S. 44. 21
Eketon, Ste.de 46.77
Eleanor, Alianora: [of Castile], Queen of
Edward I 42. 98; [of Provence], Queen of
Henry III, foundress of Guildford Friary
42.94
Elderfield, Edw. (Tooting), token of 56. 47
Elder ton, Ant., stock fishmonger (London)
52.39,40
Elenbrygge, fam., brasses (Merstham) 55.99
Eliot, Eliott, Elliott, Elyot, Elyoth:

fam. (Ban-

stead), arms of 50. Ill; Anne (Banstead)


50. Ill; Edw., R. of Dunsfold 39. 91; Fra.,
nephew of Laur., patron of Hambledon

39 94; Gideon, horse breeder 44.

6;

Hy.

51.94;Jas.(Gt.Bookham) 51. 108; John


51. 96; John (Banstead) 50. Ill; John (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Laur. ,//. 1565 51. 91; Laur.,
fl

1725, patron of

Hambledon

39, 93, 94;

Rich., R. of Sutton 59. 69, will of 52. 48; Thos.


(Betchworth) 59. 37; Thos. (Ewell) 54.111;
Wm., his w.Juliana 42. 92; Wm.,bro.of
Laur., patron of Hambledon 39. 94; Wm.
(Nuffield) 59.49

Elizabeth

I,

Queen, arms

of, in

Guildford Guild-

hall 51. 97-8, pi., at Byfleet 45. 67; hunts in


S. 43. 3; payment of first-fruits to 45.97;
question of marriage of clergy 45. 99; visits

Lose ley 45. 67


Elk, bones of, Bramley 39. 144
(Guildford) 46. 33, 34
Elkins,
Ellames, J. J., arranges ancient glass in window
of Stoke -next -Guildford ch. 55. 18
Ellerker, Eton Mainwaring, his dau. Arabella,
aft. w. of Thos., 2nd Earl Onslow, q. v.
Elles,Sir Edm., Vice- Lieutenant of S. 40. 51
Ellicar, Dan., and Epsom Old Wells 57. 28, 29, 32
Ellingworth, Ralph (Guildford) 51.91
Elliott see Eliot
Ellis, Elis, Ellice, Ellys: Sir Hy., Principal
Librarian of British Museum 46. 58; Jas., R.
of Chiddingfold 45. 103; John (Charlwood)
59. 41; John (Reigate) 59. 53;Mrs.L.B., The

39

Ellis, Elis, Ellice,

116, his w.Judith, ne'e

Ellys cont.

funeral surcoat in Stoke d 'Abernon Church,


n. The heraldry 46. 60-7, pis.; Rich., R. of
Mickleham 45. 110; Sam. (Charlwood) 59. 40;
Thos. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Thos. (Charlwood)
59. 40; Thos. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Wm. (Streat-

ham)

59. 13

Elliston-Erwood, F.

C,

and the "Pilgrim's

Way" 44.47,66-8,78,80

47.49
Elsey,Ellsey,Elsye: Hy. (Leigh) 59. 46; John
(Betchworth) 59. 37; John (Leigh) 59.46;
Nich.(Merstham) 59. 47; Thos. (Leigh) 59.46
Elsley: Fred. H., appointed Librarian and Curator of S.A.S. 53. 50, 53, 54, 65-6, compiles
Library catalogue 53. 50, 51, death of 53. 55,
Woodcuts from Russell's "Guildford"
47. 104; Rob., innkeeper, his epitaph (Ockham) 45.43
Elstead:
(See also Thursley, in which parish parts of
E. are now incorporated)
barrows 40. 58-9, 60, 61, 42. 55; boundaries
of 54. 139-40; enclosure 48. 148; military
assessment (1805) 52. 60; mounds on boundary with Thursley 58. 88; parish registers
46. 118; visitation (1724-5) 39. 91
church: a chapelry of Farnham 46. 97; curates
of see Gruchy; Simon; rector of see Watson
places: Hankley Common 50. l;Pudmore
Pond 54. 139-40; Turner's Hill 42. 55
Eltham, John of, Earl of Cornwall, and Byfleet
manor 45. 53
Ely, Cambs., Bishop of see Cox, Rich.
Elyot see Eliot
Ember, river, R. Mole diverted into it at building of new Thames bridge at Molesey 58. 33
Ember Court see Ditton, Thames
Emberton, Emerton, Embery: Thos. (Barnes),
blacksmith, tokens of 48. 20, 56. 30
Emerson, Anne (Epsom) 57. 13, 15-9, 28, 40-1
Emily, Mr. (Clandon), cousin of
Bray, and
his w.46. Sin, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40
Emley Bridge see Elmbridge
Emlin stream, i.e. R. Mole q.i.
Emmery, Ant. (Burstow) 59. 38
Emms, Emmes: fam ., arms of (Ash) 48. 99,
(Banstead) 50. 112, 114, 116; Edw. (or rather
Wm.?),R.of Ash, his son, Edw., bequest of
plate to Ash ch.48. 99; Eliz., aft. w. of Dan.
Lambert, q.i.; Rev. Thos. (Banstead) 50. 112,

Wm

40

50. 116

Northants.46. 66
England, Walt. (Reigate) 59.52
Englefield Green see Egham
Englestoft, Engelstoft:

Ellwood: L. A., Photographs of churches in


Guildford diocese 48. 160-1; Winefrid, gift of
chandeliers to Bermondsey ch.47. 35
Elmbridge (Emley Bridge), demesne of Kingston 58. 48; hundred, origin of name 56. 139
Elmer, John (Holborn and Banstead) 57. 12, 13
Elmes: Ant., squire 51. 94, 95; Eliz. 51. 95, 96;
Hum. 51. 95,96
Elmham: Rich.de 43. 101; Rog., Clerk of Works,
and Byfleet Pk.45. 59
Elmore, J. (Epsom) 57.26
Elrington, Thos. (Abinger Hammer), ironmaster

Lambert

Enclosure acts and aivards relating to Surrey


48.118-49
Enef eld, John de, and his son Wm.43.92
Engayne, Engaine: Sir John, of Blatherwick,

English

[sic],

Mr. (Guildford) 46.38,42


in Merton see

Wm., benefactor

Rutlish,Wm.
English Place-Name Society, The place names
of Surrey, reviewed 42. 123-6
Enright, Brian, Richard Rawlinson and the
publication of Aubrey's Natural history and
antiquities of Surrey 54. 124-33
Entwisle, E. A., 18th century flock wallpaper at
Clandon Park 52. 56-9
Epechylde [sic], Essex, John Penycok.parker of

45.63
Epitaphs: in
45.

1,

S.

churches 43. 36-48; Ockham

43; see also

Graves

Eppelburn, Ebleburn: Thos.de 43. 101, 102n


Epsom (Ebbisham, Ebesham):
apothecaries and barber-surgeons at
57. 26, 40; bowling greens (18th cent.)
57. 16-40 passim, pi .; burials: animal
49. 93, human, B.A. 47. 92-5, illus., Saxon (?)
56. 147; coffee-houses (kuphipolium) 44. 14,
57. 35, 40; coin, E.I. A., gold 44. 139;

common,

enclosures and field systems 48. 132, 135,


136, 146; Congregational church, foundation of
57. 36, 38; The History of Epsom Spa 57. 1-41,
pl.& map;houses in 45. 154-5, 51. 110-25,
pis.; inns 57. 1-41 passim; ironwork,
ornamental 48. 8-16, pis.; manors: Epsom
44. 12, 51. 110, court rolls of 57. 1-41
passim, surveys of 57. 38, Horton 54. 86;
microliths found at 48. 150; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; pottery from, E.I. A.
49. 67; race-course and racing: 44. 2-23,
51. Ill, 57.35, 60. 68, race programme
of 1777 quoted 44. 12-3, article of agreement of 1778 quoted 44 13-5; registers: nonparochial 46. 124, parish 46. 118;Saunder
family's possessions in 54. 77, 83; schools
57. 38; social life (18th cent.) 57.22-41;
spa: history of 57. 1-41, assembly room
57. 32, bottles for the waters found 57 31,
/>Z.;Stane St. at 42.11-7,43.34-5,44.146-7;
theatrical performances 57. 27; tile-kiln,
Roman 45. 90-2; Toland on 44. 4, 57. 9-41
passim; traders' tokens 48. 23, 56. 34; visitation (1724-5) 39.91

church: advowson 51. 88; chandeliers in 47.38;

churchyard tomb

of

Mrs. Anne Cocke

48. 13,

vicar of see Cole


places: Albert Rd. 42. 25; Albion Inn 57. 12, 13;

Alexander Rd.42. 25; Amato Inn 48. 12; Ashley Ho. 48. 12-13,/)/., 51. 117;Beccon Soales
Lane 57. 23; Blue Bell Inn 57. 26; Burnet
Grove 57. 13; The Cedars 51. 114-5; Chalk
Lane 51. 123, 124; Church St. 51. 112-5,

Epsom (Ebbisham, Ebesham): places cont.


57. 9, 11, 15, 26, 38; Clayhill 44. 10, 11, 57. 8,
11, 13, 16, 17, 24; Coffee-House Walk 57. 40;

Crosse End 57. 40; Crown Inn 57. 24, 26;


Dorking Rd.48. 11,51. 119-21; Down Hall

Downs Hotel (the "Rubbing


House") 42.11,13,14;Durdans 44.18,21,
48.9,/>Z.,51. 110, lll;Earthbourne spring
57. 9; Ebbisham Ho. 51. 112-3; Epsom
College 47. 92; Epsom Common 57. 1-36
passim; Epsom Common Field 42. 14, 15;
42. 17, 25;

Epsom Walks 57. 27; the Folly 57. 13, 19, 28;
Golden Ball Inn 57. 24, 26; Green Man Farm
45. 90-2; The Grove 57. 3, 12-3, 15-9,28, 34;
High St. 57. 8, 11, 13, 22-8, 35, 38, 40, Nos. 127
and 147 51. 116,/)/.; Hookfield Estate 57.24;
Horse and Groom Inn 57. 26, 27; Horton
45. 90; Hudson's Lane 57. 24, 26, playhouse
in 57. 27; The Hylands 48.11,51.119;
Hy lands Ho. 48. 11, 51. 120; King's Head
51. 110, 116, 57. 1, 23, 24; Langley Bottom Rd.
42.11,13,43.34,35;Madan's Walk 48.10,
51. 123; Magpie Inn 57. 11, 12, 40; Marquis
of Granby 57. 7-8, 26; Mead Ho. 51, 119;
Mile's Fields 42. 25; Morris's Coffeehouse
44. 14; Mount Diston see below Woodcote
Grove; Mounthill 57.11;Nagg's Head 57.26;
New Cockpit 57. 27; New Inn (aft. Waterloo
Ho.) 51. Ill, 116, 57. 24-40 passim, pi.;
New Inn Lane see below South St.; New
Parade 57. 27; New Wells 57. 1-41 passim,
pl.;Ol<\ Manor Ho. 57. 15, 16, 19; Old Rifle
Range 42. 17, 25; Old Wells 57. 1-41 passim,
pis., view by W.Schellink 58. 114-5; Parkhurst 51. 113-4; Phillips Close 57. 23; Pitt
Place 48.13, 51. 111-2; Pitt Place Farm Ho.
(Rosendale) 42. 17, 25; Red Lion 57. 26; Richmond Ho. 51. 115; Shepherd's Walk 42. 11;
Shoulder of Mutton Close 57. 9, 10, 12, 13, 15,
17; The Shrubbery 48. 13, 51. 118; "Silver
Birches" 57. 11; South St. (formerly New Inn
Lane) 48. 13, 51. 118-9, 57. 11; Spread Eagle
Hotel 48. 12, 51. 110, 57. 25-6, 27, 40; Stamford Hill 57.26;Summersgate Lane 57.24;
Inn 57. 26; Treadwell Rd. 42. 25; The

Swan

Erie, Ste. (Egham), tokens of 56. 34


Erley, Wm. (Reigate) 59. 50

Erskine,Thos. A, 3rd Baron Erskine, at the


Old House, Mickleham 45. 153
Ertendon see Artington
Erwin see Irwin
Erwood, F.C. Elliston- see Elliston-Erwood
Es, Eyo: Eustace de, holdings in Leatherhead
55. 7; Wm.de 55.7
Esbourne see Easebourne
Esclandon see Clandon, East
Esdaile, Miss (Epsom), schoolmistress 51.114

Esher (Ayshire):
brickwork of Waynflete's Tower 57. 90-91;
cemetery, Saxon 56. 139; The early history
of Sandon Hospital 57. 75-84; commons, enclosures and open fields 48. 131, 136, 145;
Jane and Anna Maria Porter at 57. 102-3;
manors: 39. 63, 57. 76, 90, 58. 71, Esher
Episcopi 58.47, Esher Milbourne 58.47,
59. 91-2; meso. site 52. 3, 6; military assess-

ment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers 46. 118;


pot, E.I. A. 56. 159; visitation (1724-5) 39.83,
91; The water supply to Claremont 59. 91-2
church: rectors of see Poole; Sydall
places: Alderlands 57. 103; Boyle Farm
Cottage 57. 103; Claremont Ho. and Pk.
40. 68, 76, 46. 46, 51. 134, 59. 91-2; Esher
Common 40. 73; Sandown Pk. 56. 139
Esmonde, Thos. (Lambeth), token of 56. 39
Espicer, Alice de (London) 47. 101
Esselens, J. his view of Kingston, 1660-70,
published 58.115
Essendon (Assenden, Asshedon, Essendune),
Herts., church 43. 91, 93, 99, rector of 43. 93
Essendon, Essendun: Geof., grant to Lewes

Priory of Essendon ch. 43. 99, his father Wm.


43. 99, his son Ralph 43. 99
Essex: estates in owned by Batailles family
54. 76; see also Barking, Bartlow; Bocking;
Boxted; Chignal; Chigwell; Colchester; Dun-

mow; Epechylde [sic]; Frinton; Halstead;


Ham, East; Hatfield Peverell; Laver, High;
Layer Marney; Newport; Pentlow; St. Osyth;
Stanford Rivers; Stow Maries; Tilbury;

Vicarage 51. 115; Warrens 57. 11; Watch Ho.


57. 27; Waterloo Ho. see above New Inn;
Wheeler's Lane 57. 24; Whitmore's 51.121-2,
pi.; Woodcote 57. 31n, 34, 38; Woodcote End
48. 13, 51. 122-3, pis.; Woodcote End Ho.
48. 10, pi.; Woodcote Grove (formerly Mount

Wanstead; Yeldham
Essex: Nich.de 43.87, 107; Wm.of, R.of Chilcombe (Hants.) 46.89
Esswy, Aschwy, Asshewy, Aswy: Adrian, property in Southwark 43. 87, 106, 107, his son
John 43. 87, 105, his father Ralph 43. 87,

Diston) 51. 124-5; Woodcote Hall 48.12;


Woodcote Hotel (formerly Woodcote Place)
51. 123-4; Woodcote Ho. 51. Ill; Woodcote

106;Rog.43.88
Estbechworth see Betchworth, East
Estbury [sic], manor of 51. 96
Estcourt, Edm. (Chipstead), lawyer 48. 44
Estfold.Wm. (London), mercer 51.92
Esthorsley see Horsley, East
Estland,Rich.(Merstham) 59.48
Estmolsey see Molesey, East
Estmundi, Ste. fil. 46. 77
E stone, Rich, de 42.91
Estwicke, Nich. (Egham), token of 56. 34

Park 42 14,44.146,48.12

Epsom We Us, play

by T.Shadwell 57.1
Equitable Assurance Society, Wm. Bray a director 46. 47n, 53
Erbery, Will (Peckham), token of 56. 41
Erburfeelde, Rich, de 42. 96
Erchembald, Erkembald, Archembald: son of
Raginold, and manor of Send 40. 29, 30, 37;
Rainold, son of 40. 24, 30, 37

Eswy see Esswy


41

Ethelbert, King of Kent 57. 73


Ethelred n, King, Coronation Order of 48.

crowned

Kingston 48.

at

1,

Etheridge, Rob. (Reigate) 59.51


Eton, Hugh (? alias Acton) 52.35,36
Eton College, Bucks., and manor of Tooting Bee
59. 1; brickwork of 57. 90
Ettendon, Jordan de 49.83
Ettenesse (Eaton) see Cobham
Evans: Mrs. (Blechingley) 39. 86; Sir David,

Lord Mayor of London, of Ewell Grove


45. 156; John (Blechingley) 39. 85; John, R.
of Chiddingfold and V.of Send 45. 99, 103,
105; Pet. (Ashtead) 57. 24; Rich. 43. 59; Rich,
ap (Wandsworth), clerk 49. 122; Thos.
(Blechingley) 59. 55; Wm., Curate of Horsell
45.107
Evelyn: Col., fl. 1759 46. 41; Col., of Felbridge
Pk.,/7. 1770 40. 77; Gen.,//. 1773-81 46. 47,
49, his w. 46. 47; Gen., of Send Grove,/?.
1775 40. 78; Mr. (Wotton),//. 1759-62 46. 41,
43, 44; Edm Boscawen, R. of Wotton 53. 80;
Edw. (Godstone),//. 1725 39. 93; Edw. (Wotton),
//. 1634, Deputy Lieutenant of S., and Christmas revels 44. 107; Sir Edw.,//. 1781 46. 49;
Sir Fred. (Wotton),//. 1770 40. 77, 46. 46, 50,
51; Geo. (Godstone) //. c. 1640 39. 62; Geo.
(Wotton),//. 1649-88 58, 76; Jas. (Godstone),
epitaph on 43. 39; John//. 1688 58.76; John
(Wotton), the diarist, his Additions to Camden's Britannia 55. 43, epitaph on 43. 39,
on Epsom 57. 1, 7, 21, visits Byfleet 45. 69;
Sir John (Godstone), "senior" 39. 93; Sir
John (Godstone), d. 1640, his tomb 55. 89;
Sir John (Godstone),//. 1637-60, M. P. for
Blechingley 39. 60; Sir John, Bt.,/Z. 1725,
patron of Abinger and Wotton 39. 83, 103;
Sir John (Wotton),//. 1758-67 46. 38, 41, 44;
John (Wotton),//. 1756 41. 31;Kath., /7. 1688
58. 76; Mary,//. 1759 46. 41; Rich., d. 1640,
epitaph on (Wotton) 43. 39; Rich., d. 1670,
lord of manor of Epsom 51. 110, 57. 21, his
widow 51. 110,57.19, 20; Wm. J. .Vice-President of S.A.S. 53. l%,portr.
Evelyn-Leslie, Geo. Wm., Earl of Rothes and
Lord Leslie, colonel of yeomanry 40. 47
Everard: H.V., Hon. Visits Organiser for S.A.S.
53.36, 87; Wm. ("Chamberlain the Redding
.

man") 49.123
Everden, Jos. (Warlingham) 59.68
Evershed: Mrs. Eliz. (Ockley) 39. 98; John
(Charlwood) 59.41
Ever sley, Hants., R. of see Lipscombe

EweU:
arrowhead from 58. 109; barrow sites
42. 42-3, 56. 147; burial, possibly Saxon, on
Cuddington Golf Course 47. 98; cemetery,
Saxon 51. 125, 56. 91, 139-40, 155, recent
finds in 41. 122; coins, Roman 49. Ill,
51. 153-4; E.I. A. and Roman site (Purberry
Shot) 50. 9-46; earthworks associated with
Nonsuch Palace 42. 117-8; enclosures and
open fields 48. 135, 142, 144; Ewell in 1577,
42

the survey by Thos. Taylor, part transcribed,


with introd.note 54. 102-23, maps; excavations: 1934 (Ewell Ho. and the Fair Field)
42. 113, 43 17-35, 1939 (Purberry Shot)
50. 9-46; fairs and market 51. 125; History
of Ewell and Nonsuch, ay C. S.Willis, re-

viewed

40. 130;

houses

in 51.125-31,/)/.;

ironwork, ornamental, in 48. 8-16, pis.;

manors: Buttalls (Batailles) 54. 105, 107,


The manor of Batailles and the family of
Sounder in Ewell diring the 16th and 17th
centuries 54. 76-101, Ewell, granted to Prior
of Merton 51. 125, Fitznells (Fenelles)
54. 80, 85, 105, 107, 109, Roxley (alias
Shaldeford) 54. 100, 105, 114, 115, 117, 122;
meso.site 52. 3; military assessment (1805)
52. 61: mills: flour 51. 125, gunpowder

museum of musical instruments


parish documents of on loan at
Guildford Museum 42. 120; parish registers
51. 125;
51. 130;

46. 118; pottery, E.I .A. 49. 67; road, old, from
E.to Cuddington 42. 118; Roman sites 47.989, 48. 45-60, 50. 9-46, 57. 102; Stane St. at
42. 11, 13-7, 21, 44. 143-6; surveys of: 1408
54.78-9. 102, 1577, by T.Taylor, part trans-

scribed 54. 102-23, maps; traders' tokens


48. 23, 56. 34-5; visitation (1724-5) 39. 92
church: 54. 85, 87, 105, 109-11 passim; bequests to 54. 85; chandeliers in 47. 38;

churchwardens 54. 122; churchyard tombs,


ironwork on 48. 15; curate of see Browdie;
dean of 43. 91, 108-9; drawing of (1825)
48. 15; Glynne's notes on 55. 84; tower, repair
of 40. 126; vane 48. 15, pi.; vicars of 54. 110,
122; see also Shenton;

Thomas, Wm.; William-

son
places: Ash Pit 54. 104, 108; Austynes Lane
54. 79; Ballards Garden 54. 105, 114; Beggars
(later Spring St.) 54. 104, 119, 120;

Row

Bitton (Butine) 54. 105, 111; Bourne (formerly Garbrand) Hall 48. 16, 51. 126-7,
54. 79, 80, 81, 107;

Brickyard

51. 130;

Brown-

ings Hawe 54. 105, 113, 114; Butine see above


Bitton; Buttalls Elm 54. 79, 105, 112, 119;
Buttalls (Botayles) Manor Ho. 54. 105; Capital Mansion 54. 78; Cheam Rd.45. 155,48. 14,
54. 104, 107, 108; Chessington Ho. 48. 14,
51. 129; Chessington Rd. (Robertstretelane) 54.104, 121; Church St. 42. 15, 24, 43. 34,
48. 14, 51. 130, 54. 104, 105, 108; Churchfelde
54. Ill; Common Downs 54. 102; Cristianes
atte Tye 54. 79; Cuddington Ct. Farm 47. 99;
Cuddington Ct. golf course 47. 98; Dead Hills
42. 42; Dickard Mead 54. 93; Dipping Place

48. 16; Eastheath 54. 102; Engine Ho. see


below Watch Ho.; Ewell Castle 42. 118, 48. 14,
51. 131, 54. 105; Ewell Common 40. 73; Ewell
Grove 45. 155-6, 48. 14, 51. 126, 54. 107;
Ewell Ho. 42. 113,43. 17,48. 13-4, 51. 126;

Fair Field 42.24,43.29,44.145, 165,49.111;


54. 107, 118; Fitznell Farm 48. 16;
Fitznell (Fenelles) Mill (Upper Mill) 54. 107,
121; Fitznells 51. 127, 54. 80, 85, 107, 109,

Ferebras

Ewell: places cont.


113-21 passim; Gallows (later West) St.
54.93, 104, 107, 116-9 bassi w;Garbrand
Hall see above Bourne Hall; Glyn House
51. 126, 54. 79, 104, 105; Grove Footpath
48.45, 59; Hatchfurlong 54. 108; High St.
48. 159, 51. 127-8, 54. 104, 105, 116; Hogsmill
river 54. 104, 120; Horse pond 48. 15; Kateswell river 54. 120; Kingston Rd.48. 14; Kingswood Liberty 48. 144;Kippings 54. 119;
Lingcroft 54. 119; London Rd. Plantation

Longdown 42. 43, 48. 15; Longfurlong


(Owthawes) 54. 115; Malt End Cottage 51. 130;
Manor Ho. 51. 125,54. 102; Marsh 54. 102,
119, 120; Middle St. 54. 79; Mill, Lower
(Nether, Nich.Saunder's, Abbot of Chertsey's) 54. 77, 105; Mill, Upper see above
Fitznell Mill;Millclose 54. 121; Mount
meadow 42. 118; Nonsuch: for the Banqueting
Ho. and part of Park in Ewell parish see
Cuddington; Nonsuch (Warren) Farm 42.118;
North Looe 42. 43, 56. 147; Northcroft
54. 120, 121; Owthawes see above Longfurlong; Ox Alley (formerly Osemund's Lane)
54. 105, 108; Parsonage Ho. 54. 78-80, 112;
Parsons (Parsonage) Lane 54. 79, 105, 114;
Persfield 48. 14; Portway (Portweye) 42. 118,
51. 125; the pound 54. 105; Priest Hill Farm
42.42,49. Ill, 54. 104, 58. 109; Purberry
44. 143;

Shot 49. 67, 50.

9;

Queen Anne Inn 51. 128;


51. 126; Red Lion 48. 23,

Rectory Farm Ho.

159, 54. 105, 112; Reigate Rd. 42. 14, 15;


Robertstretelane see above Chessington
Rd.;Ruxley (Rookesley, Roxley) 54. 100, 105,
114, 115, 117; Sewers Garden 54.118;
Shaldeford 54. 102, 105; Southfield 54. 102,
107, 108, 110, 111, 117; Spring Ho. 48. 14,
51. 128-9; Spring St. see above Beggars'
Row;Staneway 49. Ill, 51. 125;Staneway Ho.
42. 15, 17, 50. 9, 36; Stephen Attenores land
54. 114;

Tabards

Tayles Hill 48.


hill

51. 130, 54. 105, 109, 110;

59, 50. 9, 51. 125, 126;

Tayles-

furlong 54. 117; Tobars 54. 107, 117;

Townhouse

54. 105, 111, 112, 118;

The

Turrets 48. 16; Twelve Acre Piece 42. 14,


15, 25; Vicarage 42. 13, 14, 54. 105; Vicarage
Lane 42. 118, 54. 104, 108; Warren Farm see
above Nonsuch Farm; Wastells 54. 105, 113;
Watch Ho. and Engine Ho. 42. 120, 51. 130;
Well Ho. 48. 14, 51. 130; West St. see above
Gallows Lane; West St. council school 48.45;
Westheath 54.102
Ewell, Pet.de 46.85
Ewer, Rich., ? alias Lewer, land in Leatherhead 55. 8
Ewhurst:
felling of trees for iron working 47. 49;
flint axe from 55. 118; meso. sites 41. 74,
49. 17, 19, 52. 2; registers: non-parochial
46. 124, parish 46. 118; Roman brickworks
site 44. 147
church: Glynne's notes on 55.85;Hussey
drawing of 49. 127; recent discoveries at

42. 100-8, illus.; rectors of see Barlow;


Percivall; restoration 40. 126

places: Coneyhurst Lane 55. 118; Losley


(Losenersh) Farm 40. 77; Pitch Hill 41. 74,

Polingham Kaye 47. 49; Spange Haw


118;Summerfold 55. 118

52. 2;

55.

Ewood see Newdigate


Ewyas, Hereford, Castle 40. 24, 29; Priory
40.29,32,33
Ewyas, fam ., arms of 52. 72, 73, 74, 75, 55. 36
Excavation methods, transect digging 50. 4-8
Excavations: carried out by S.A.S.: 53. 17-22,
1854-1951, list of 53. 42-3, suppl. list
54. 134-5; Romano-British farms south of
the Hog's Back, by A.J.Clark and J. F.
Nichols 57. 42-71; Albury: Farley Heath,
1939, by A. W. G. Lowther and R. G. Goodchild 48. 31-40; Albury: Weston Wood, mound,
by the Viscountess Hanworth and F. A.
Hastings 58. 92-103, 60. 71-81; Ashtead,
Roman site near ch., by A. W. G. Lowther
42. 77-84; Beddington, Roman bath -building
re-examined, by M.Keulemans 60. 37-44;
Carshalton: Harrow Rd. and Carshalton Rd.,
by D. J. Turner 60. 50-3, Queen Mary's
Hospital, by A. W. G. Lowther 49. 56-74;
Chertsey: Abbey Ho., by H.Nevill 43. 49-52;
Cobham, Roman bath-house, by S. Frere
50. 73-98; Cranleigh: Wykehurst, Roman
brickworks, by R. G. Goodchild 45. 74-96;
Cuddington: Nonsuch Palace, interim report,
by M. Biddle 58. 1-20; Ewell: Ewell House
and the Fair Field, by A. W. G. Lowther
43. 17-35; Purberry Shot, by A. W. G. Lowther
50. 9-46, Council School, Roman ditch, by
S. Frere 48. 45-60; Farnham: mesolithic pits,
by W. F. Rankine 44. 25-46, Roman site, by
A. W. G. Lowther 54. 47-57, Alice Holt Forest,
Romano- British kiln mound, by S. E. Bennett
and others 60. 19-36, Overwey, RomanoBritish pottery kilns, by A. J. Clark 51. 29-56;
Fetcham, E. I. A. site, by F. A. Hastings
59. 86-8, 60. 82; Godalming: Charterhouse,
pre-Roman and Romano-British site, by E. E.
Harrison 58. 21-34; Guildford, Saxon cemetery, by A. W. G. Lowther 39. 1-50; Hascombe
camp, by S. E. Winbolt 40. 78-96; Horsley,
East, flint mine, by K. R.U.Todd and E.S.
Wood 52. 11-28; Lingfield: Dry Hill Camp,
by S.E. Winbolt and I.D.Margary 41.79-92;
Mitcham, Saxon cemetery, by H. F. Bidder
and J.Morris 56. 51-131; St. Martha's, earth
circles, by E.S.Wood 54. 10-46; Sanderstead:
King's Wood, Romano-British settlement
by R.I. Little 58. 35-46; Seale: Hampton Pk.,
med. site, by J. H. Money 48. 113-7; Thursley,
two mounds, by J.X. W. P. Corcoran
58. 87-91; Titsey, Romano-Celtic temple
44. 84-101; Walton Heath and Banstead
Common, Roman villa site, by J. M. Prest
and E.J.Parrish 51. 57-64; Walton-on-theHill, Sandilands Rd., Roman villa, by A. W. G.
Lowther 51. 65-81; Woking: Monument Hill,
43

Excavations cont
E.I. A. and Roman

site,

by F. A. Hastings

59. 15-8; Wotton: Deerleap Wood, bell barrow,


by J. X. W.P.Corcoran 60.1-18
Exeter, Bishop of see Booth; prebend of 46. 94
Exeter, Earl of see Cecil, Wm.

Eylond,Rich.42.94
Eylton, Rich. (Streatham) 52. 34
Eynsham, Oxon., monks of 46. 76

Eyo see Es
Eyre: Sir Chas. (Kew) 39. 95; Edm. (Chelsham)
59. 65; Rob., R. of Buckland 39. 86

Farley, Farly: G., drawings by 56. 162; Thos. (Warlingham) 59. 67; Wm. (Richmond), token of
56.43
Farley Heath see Albury
Farm buildings see Architecture
Farmer: John (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 45;
Sam., and Nonsuch Palace lands 51. 131, 132,
arms of 51.132
Farming see Agriculture
Farmsteads, Romano-British see Roman: sites
Farncombe see Godalming

Farnham:

Frensham and Tilford in which


parishes former parts of F are now incorporated)
Archaeological Survey of, forthcoming
44. 137-8, 155; axes found at: Acheulian
54. 5-6, bronze 55. 122, meso. tranchet axes
from F. region 46. 100-13, neo. hand-axe
50. 134, 135-6; barrows 42. 47-48, 55; bronze
objects from 49. 103-4; enclosures 48. 147,
148; flint implements found at: 39. 145,41,76,
50, 133, "Bury"collection 57. 100, meso.
41.65,76,77,49.6-19 passim, paleo. 50. 133,
134, 54. 1-9; kilns, brick 57. 88; kilns, pottery,
Roman: pottery types 49. 109, 50. 92, Alice
Holt Forest 57. 51, 57-8, 71, 101-2, 60. 19-36,
Snailslynch 51. 44, 54, Stoneyfield 46. 136;
mace-head from 45. 141; Medieval Farnham,
by E.Robo, reviewed 44. 156-8; med. heraldic
pendant from 56. 161-2; M.P's for 39. 59;
(See also

Fabricator see Flint and stone artifacts:

Bronze Age (Wotton)


Face masks, bronze 60. 45-9, pi.
"Faculty pews", origin of 52. 88-9
Fairclough, John, monk of Waverley 47. 18
Fairdean (Farthing) Downs see Coulsdon
Fairfield, Fayrefield: Mr. (Streatham), fl. 1793
59. 4; John (Streatham), his will (1488)
52. 33, his w.Johanne 52.33
Fairmile see Cobham
Fairs: Good Friday at St. Martha's 54. 14; May
Day, Albury: Weston Wood 54. 17; Palm
Sunday, Albury: Sherborne 54. 17, 60. 77, 78, 81
portrait by 42. 8
Faithorne,
.,

Wm

Falavell,Rich.43.100
Falcher, Fra. (Horley) 59. 43
Falcon brook see Streatham
Falkner, Faulkener, Fawkner, Fawkener; Mrs.,
will of (1721) 57. 36n; Allen (Lingfield) 59.60;
Harold, his collection of paleoliths 54. 1-6, 8,
sketches by, of examples of 18th and 19th

Drawings of
Oxted and Limpsfield houses by Arthur
Keen 45. 156; Hy. 42. 93
Fallowes, Ben., his map of Percival Lewis
cent. architecture 41. 118, pis.

estate in Streatham 59. 7


Fanshawe: Mr., Clerk to the Green Cloth
46. 43n, 55; Mr., of Shabden (Chipstead)
46. 52, 53
Fant, H. B., William Belitha, a trustee for

Georgia 47.52-7
Fareham, Hants., trader's token 56.32
Farener, Thos. (Rotherhithe), baker, token of
56.44
Farleigh (Farley):
48. 136; manor, held by Merton
College, Oxford 41. 34, 39-41, map of (1768)
41. 39-41; military assessment (1805) 52.61;
parish registers 46. 118; Protestation returns 59. 65-6; visitation (1724-5) 39.92
church: bell 48. 157;Glynne's notes on 55.85;
rectors of see Kilner; Redworthe; Tovey;
vicar of see Abell
places: Crab Wood 41. 40; Croydon Mental
Hospital 49.46; Farleigh Ct.41.41; Freeland's (Freelond) Wood 41.40; Frith Wood
41. 40; Great Farleigh Green 49. 46; Hagglers
Dean 41. 40; Littlepark Wood 49. 46; old
Farleigh Rd.49. 46; Park Wood 41. 40; Puplet
(Puppelote, Poplett, Popelet) Wood 41. 40

commons

44

meso. sites 44. 24-46, 49. 6, 50. 3, 52. 2,


9; military assessment (1805) 52.60;

3, 6,

Museum, founding

of 47. 88, additions to 41.


137; neo. site 50. 134; offer to raise company
of volunteers (1797) 40. 47; on tax roll of

1332 as vill 41. 102; "Pilgrim's Way" at


44. 53, 78-80; pit-dwellings 41. 77-8,46. 113;
pottery found at: B.A. 58. 112, neo. 47. 90-2,
52. 26, 53./W.XXXn, Roman 43. 118-9, 54. 55,
16th cent., Farnham pottery of the 16th century 52. 50-5, illus.. 19th cent., potteries of
Messrs. A. Harris 52. 55; registers: nonparochial 46. 124, parish 46. 118; Roman site,
excavated 1946-7 54. 47-57; Saxon finds
56. 140; tithes 46. 85; traders' tokens 48. 23,
56. 35; visitation (1724-5) 39. 92; watering
pond at Whitewaysend 39. 150
Castle: Constable of 39. 55, 57. 89; The date
of Fox's Tower 57. 85-92, pi.; leased by
James 1.43.4; royal visits to 57. 89; visited
by Wm.Bray 46. 34
church: chandeliers in 47. 39; chapelries of
see Bentley Green, Elstead, Frensham,
Seale; curate of see Baker; Glynne's notes
on 55. 85; rectory of, and income for archdeaconries 46. 69; rectors of see Billingsley,
see also Surrey, Archdeacons of; vicars of,
pre-Reformation 42. 115-6, see also Bowman;
Ford; Parker
Waverley Abbey: Abbots of see Alyng; Browning;

and tithes of Farnham and Frensham 46. 85;


Bishop's charter of 1121 46. 72; dispossessed

Farnham: Waverley Abbey cont.


monks of 47. 12, 17-9; excavated 53. 22, 50,
pi.; Hussey drawings of 49. 127; on Rocque's

map 40. 75; tiles made at 42. 133


other places: Aberdenes 54. 6; Alice Holt
Forest 57. 51, 57-8, 71, 101-2, 60. 19-36;
Nursery

Alma

site 46. 103. 105. 106. 107. 110. Ill;


46. 106, 47. 90-2, 48. 147, 50. 134;
Hearh, as place name 54. 20; Black

Badshot
Besinga
water River, old 54. 9; Bourne 46. 107,
Bourne, Lower 56. 161; Bourne Mill Spring
44.26,46 103,104-5,106, 108,111, 113;Brony-de 49. 6; Castle St. 56. 140; Charleshill
42. 55; Colt Hill 55. 122;Dippenhall 52. 26,
54. 5-6; Dogfludd 48. 147; Farnham Pk. 40. 75,
Keeper of 39. 55; Firgrove pit 56. 140; Great
Austins pit 54. 1; Hale 46. 107; Heath Brow
42. 47, 48; Junction pit 54. 8; Lawday Ho.
46. 107, 56. 140; Longbridge Ho. 41. 118, pis.;
Malthouse Field 46. 104;Mavins 54. 7; Moor

Pk.46. 105, 108,49.

17, 19;

Old Market Hall

Ridgway

pit 54. 6; Runfold 48. 147,


50. 134; Shortheath pit 54. 6; Six Bells pit
52. 52-5;

46. 103, 106, 108, 111, 54. 8, 47; Smuggler's


Lane 55. 122; Snailslynch Farm 49. 17, 51 44,
54, 81, 52. 6; Stoney Field 46. 103, 107; Stoneyfields pit 54. 7; Tanner's pit 54. 9; Wakeford's
.

pit 54. 5;

Ward's

pit 54. 6;

Ware Reeds

46. 105; Waverley Abbey see above: Waverley Abbey Mansion 59. 90; West St. 39. 92;
Weydon pit 50. 133, 54. 9; Whitewaysend

66;Willey, as place name


54. 20, 56. 146; Wilmer Ho. 41. 118, pis.;

39.150,44.

56,

Wrecclesham 45. 101, 46. 104, 48. 147, 52. 55


Farnham hundred: meeting place 56. 140; wages
and prices

in (13th cent.) 42.

Farnham: Pet.de

42. 92;

133-4

Wm., Prior

of Guild-

ford 42. 95

Farnham, Earl

of see Maxwell
All Saints, Suffolk, R. of see Saxey
Farnleghe, Alan de 43. 93, 94
Farrant, Thos. (Tatsfield) 59.66
Farrer, Thos. Cecil, 2nd Baron Farrer, first
President of Surrey Record Society 53. 97,
98, 101, obituary 47. 123-5, Roman leet at
Wotton 44. 149
Farroll, Geo., parson of Pirbright, R. of Worplesdon 42. 114

Farnham

Farthing

Down see Coulsdon

Fashenesham (Pachenesham) see Leatherhead


Fauconberg, Earl of see Belasyse
Fauconberge, Edw., Keeper of the Record Office
(1650) 57.75
Faulkener see Falkner

Fawkes.Mr. (Guildford) 46. 38


Fawkner, Fawkener see Falkner
Fawssett: fam.,arms of (Ashtead) 48. 105; Rev.
Wm., minister of Brunswick Chapel, Berkeley St., London, his memorial in Ashtead
ch. 48. 105, his w.

Mary Ann,

48.105
Fay, John de 57.81-2
Fayrefield see Fairfield

ne'e

Stoughton

Feake, Chris (Chipstead and Dorking), Fifth


monarchy man 55. 62-4, his son John 55. 63
Feather, John (Horley) 59.43
Fechinam see Fetcham
Feeding-bottle see Pottery: Roman (Sanderstead)
Feild see Field
Felbridge: for places now in the parish of F
see Godstone, Home, Tandridge
[Felbridge] Feldbrigge: Agnes, aft.w. of Wm.le
Turner, q.v.; Rob. de 43. 93, 94
Felday see Abinger
Felde, Felder see Field, Fielder
Fellowe, Ste., monk of Bermondsey 47. 17
Fellowes, fam., arms of 55. 22
Fellows, Edw. (Carshalton) 39. 87
Feltham, Jas., lease of Hampton Court bridge

58.85
Felton: Rich. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Thos. (Clerk
enwell) 51.91
"Fence lists", Ockham 60. 55
Fendall: Mr., builder of Ewell Ho. 48. 13; Hy.
(Ewell) 39. 92
Fenelles, Fennelles, manor of see Ewell: Fitznells
Fengate, Adam atte, R. of Ockham 45. 46

Fenne, Walt.de la 49.83


Fenner, Fennor: Mr.(Walton-on-Thames)
39. 101;Nich., the elder and younger (Ewell)
54. 116-9 passim, 123; Rich. (Charlwood)
59. 40; Rich. (Nuffield) 59. 49;

Sam

(Horley)

Wm. (Nuffield)

59.49
of see Dewsnapp
Fentiman, John, builder of Cobham Bridge
58.66
Fenys, Rob., and Pachenesham manor, Leatherhead 55. 14
Ferentino, John de, Archdeacon of Norwich
46.79
Fernden, Sx., tranchet axe from 46. 103, 110
Ferneley, John, pictures by 42. 7
Fernhurst, Sx., tranchet axe from 46. 110
Ferour, Cok (Byfleet) 45. 58
Ferre: Lord Guy, Kt. 42. 93; Lord Guy, junior
42.92
Ferrers, Ferrieres: Wm.de, Earl of Derby,
or Earl of Ferrieres, fl. 1202 54. 59
Ferriby, Feriby: John, M. P. for S.,/7. 1430
39. 51-2, 53, his w. Margery, nee Berners
39. 51; John (Sutton) 59. 75; John (Witley)
King's Clerk 39. 51-2
Ferries: Hampton Court 58. 79; West Molesey
59. 43;

Fenny Drayton, Leics., R.

to

Hampton

58. 79

Ferringes, Geof de, Dean of St. Paul's 57. 75,


76,77
Fertility rites 54. 15-7
Fetcham (Fechinam, Fitcham):
boundary with Gt.Bookham 50. 158; E.I.A.
and Roman site 56. 141; E.I.A. site excavated
(Sussex Cottage, Hawk's Hill 59. 86-8, 60. 82;
enclosures 48. 142; manors: Cannon Court
51. 108, Fetcham 41.44,51.92, 108, F. part
of manor of Pachenesham Parva, Leather .

45

Fetcham (Fechinam, Fitcham) cont.


head 55. 9, 17; meeting place of Copthorne
and Effingham Hundred at Leith Cross
50. 157, 158; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; neo. finds 52. 28; parish registers
46. 118; pottery, E.I. A., from Hawk's Hill
50. 142-3; Saxon cemetery 50. 158, 56. 140-1,

156; visitation (1724-5) 39.92


church: Glynne's notes on 55. 86; mural painting 50. 171; rectors of 46. 92, see also
Dean (Denes); Fisher; Hyde; Mills
places: Fetcham Common 40. 73; Fetcham
Pk., on Rocque's map 40. 76; Hawk's Hill
41. 45, 50. 142-3, 56. 140-1, 59. 86-8, 60. 82;
Horse Head Cross 50. 158; Leith Cross
50. 158; Leith pit (Poors pit) 50. 157. 158
ffamd see Vann
ffort see Fort
ffoun,Jas.,V.of Farnham 42.115
ffurde see Ford
Field, Feild, Felde: John de la 43. 107; John
(Horley) 59. 43; Ralph (Horley) 59. 43; Rob.

Rosa 42. 98; Thos. (Lingfield) 59. 60;


Walt.de la 43. 93, 94
Field systems: Celtic and Roman 50. 47-72, pis.
three-course rotation, extent of, in S.
48.129-36
Fielder, Feilder, Felder, Fellder: John
(Chiddingfold) 47. 35; John (Kingston), token
of 48. 26, 56. 38; Rob., Curate of Frensham
45. 103; Rog. (Chipstead) 59. 42; Ste. (King42. 97;

ston), chandler, tokens of 56. 38


Fielding: fam. (Ashtead), arms of 48. 101; Hon.
Wm.48. 100, 101, his w. Diana, n&e Newport,
formerly w. of Thos. Howard, patron of Ashtead and lady of the manor 39. 83, her tomb
in Ashtead ch. 48. 101

Fiennes, Celia, on Epsom, quoted 59. 19-40

passim
Filewood, Mr., friend of Wm. Bray 46. 55
Finch, Fynches: fam. (Albury).arms of 48. 94;
Capt.,of Albury Pk.46. 50, 51; Alan G.,
Bronze palstave from Reigate Heath 57. 101;
Capt. Edw. 46. 51; Eliz., her brass (Croydon)
40. Ill; Heneage, 1st Earl of Aylesford, lord
of the manor of Albury, gift of alms basin
to Albury ch. 48. 94; Heneage, 3rd Earl of
Aylesford, of Albury Pk. 40. 76, 46. 46; John
(Nuffield) 59. 49; Rich., V. of Croydon, formerly V. of East Ham, Essex 45. 113; Rich.
(Leigh) 59.46;Sam.(Chelsham)

59.65;Wm.

Clement, Admiral, lord of the manor of


Albury, hatchment in Albury ch. 48. 94-5
Finger-rings see Rings
Finlay,Jas.,R.of Christ ch.,Southwark 39.100
Finnish, Pet. (Reigate) 59. 50
Finny, W. E.St. Lawrence, his All Saints. King-

ston-upon-Thames, reviewed

39. 159; his

contributions to S.A.S. Collections 53.94,


port .; his Kings and Kingdom of Wessex,

reviewed 40. 132; restores Wren font to


Kingston ch.47. 102; The church of the
Saxon Coronations at Kingston 48. 1-7;
46

Kiugston-upon-Thames: a 13th-century
Agnus Dei seal 43. 121; Mediaeval games
and gadyrings at Kingston-upon-Thames
44.102-36
Fire marks: Artington: Braboeuf Manor 49.87;
Ewell 51.129,132
Fireplaces: Artington: Braboeuf Manor, 16th
cent. 49. 86,/>/.; Banstead: Garratts Hall 42.
87, pi.; Epsom, etc. 51. 110-33 passim; Ewell
48. 16;Seale: Poyle Pk. 59.89-90,/)/.
Firmingher,Thos. (Crowhurst) 59. 56
Fish, Fisk: Ant. (Betchworth) 59. 37; John (Caterham) 59. 65; John (Reigate) 59. 50; Nich.
(Burstow) 59. 39; W. (Epsom) 57. 23
Fisher, Fyssher: fam., arms of 55. 25; Mrs.
(Mitcham) 39. 97; Chas., paid for looking
after water supply at Hampton Court 56. 4;
Jas.,R.of Fetcham 55.58,59,60,62,63,
school kept by, in Dorking 55. 59-60; John, R.

of Tooting 45. 115; Rich. (Charlwood) 59. 40;


Rich. (Putney), tokens of 56. 41 Thos. (Reigate) 59. 51; Wm. (Purley, Berks.), farmer,
bequest to 43. 54
Fishing, manorial, at Cobham 58.63
Fishlocke, Gab. (Lambeth), token of 56. 39
Fist, Fyst: Ben. (Reigate) 59. 53; Jas. (Blechingley) 59. 55; John (Reigate) 59. 54; Rob.
(Caterham) 59. 65; Thos. (Farleigh) 59.66
;

Fitcham see Fetcham


FitzAlan: Hy., 12th Earl of Arundel, and Nonsuch Palace 58. 3; Hy., 14th Earl of Arundel,
acting as Lord Lieutenant of S. 40. 40, 41, 53
Fitzgarrett, Edw. 51. 86, 90, 91, his w. Agnes,
ne'e Leigh, widow of Sir Thos. Paston 51. 90,
91
Fitzgerald: Mrs., friend of Wm. Bray 46. 40;
Lord Hy.,at Long Ditton 57. 103
Fitzharres, Thos. (Ewell) 54. 113
Fitzherbert, Mr. (Epsom) 51.111
Fitzjames, Hy., M.P. for Haslemere 39. 64
Fitzjohn, Fytzion: Sir Adam,
John 42. 95; Mich. 43. 108
Fitznells see Ewell

arms

of 52. 75, 77;

Fitz-Parnell, Rob., Earl of Leicester 54. 59


jockey 44. 17
Fitzpatrick,
,
FitzRalph, John 43.108
Fitzrichard, fam., arms of (Albury) 48. 84
Fitz-Roy: Chas., 1st Baron Southampton, M.F.H.
43. 9; Chas., 2nd Duke of Grafton, and hunting
in S. 43, 6, 9, and racing in S. 44. 21; Geo.,

Duke

of

Northumberland, Lord-Lieutenant of
Hy., and racing in S. 44. 21

S. 40. 43, 54;

Fitzwalter, Fitzwater, Fitzwauter: Eliz., afl.w.


of Sir John Denham, q.v.; Thos., of Weston
Manor Farm (Thames Ditton) 59. 33;Walt.,
7th Baron Fitzwalter 51.84
FitzWaryn: Eleanor, afl.vf.oi Sir John Chediok,
aft. (2) w.of Ralph Busshe, q.v.;Sir Ivo and
his w. Matilda (Maud), and Pachenesham
manor, Leatherhead 55. 9, 11, 13
Fitzwater, Fitzwauter see Fitzwalter
Fitzwilliam: Rich., 5th Viscount Fitzwilliam,
and his w. Frances, nee Shelley, portraits of

Fitzwilliam cont.

Buckland Corner 52. 3, Farnham 44. 27-32;


neo.: Horsley, E. 52. 13
Flint-mines: neo., Horsley, E. 51. 142-3, 52. 1115; med., Horsley, E. 52. 15-8, illus.

42. 6, 7; Sir Wm., later Earl of Southampton,


keeper of Byfleet Pk. 45. 65, granted Waverley Abbey 47. 17, 18
Flail, in Guildford Museum 41. 127

Flock wallpaper see Wallpaper

Flanchford see Reigate


Flanders see Herckenrode

Flood, Nich. (Limpsfield) 59. 58


Flower, Flowr: Clement (Streatham) 52. 34; J.

Flaxman, John, sculptor, tomb by,


57.20
Fleet:

in

Epsom

ch.

fam.,arms

Frances,

aft.

of (Battersea) 52.69,55. 38;


w. of Jas. Bull, a. v.; Sir John,

of London 52. 69, tomb of


(Battersea) 55. 37
Fleetwood: Counsel (Banstead) 39. 84;Edm.,
monk of Sheen, R. of Woolpit, Suffolk 47. 20
Flemish: brass, palimpsest, Thorpe 40. 114-6;
bricklayers, Farnham 57. 88
Fletcher, Flecher: Thos.,arms of (Battersea)
55. 35; Wm. (Kingston) 44. 104
Fleynesforde, Hy. de 43. 87, 107
Flint, Flinte: Ben. (Reigate) 59. 51;Thos. (Rei-

Lord Mayor

of flints

from Farnham

57. 100; Albury, found by Tupper on Farley


Heath 46. 23; Carshalton 49. 56, 60, 70-3,
ilhis.; St. Martha's 54. 35-7; Sanderstead
49.99,58.37,45,46;
palaeo.: Bramley, found with mammoth tooth
39. 144-5, illus., Farnham Falkner and Borelli

Collections 54. 1-9, illus., Levallois point

50. 133, illus.,

meso.: Mesolithic chipping floors in the windblown deposits of West S. 50. 1-8, illus.;
Mesolithic research in S; with a tribute to
52. 1-10, illus.; The Pigmy flint
industries of S. 41. 50-78, illus.; Some remarkable flints from West S. meso. sites 49. 6-19,
illus. Abinger 52. 23-5, 54. 136; Albury 58.
114; Carshalton, scraper and cores 49. 71,
illus.; Epsom and Ewell 48. 150, illus. ; Ewell:
Council school 48. 48, Purberry Shot 50. 15,
illus.; Farnham: 57. 100, 'site 507' 44. 35-46,
illus.; St. Martha's 54. 36-7;Wotton 60. 14-8,

W. Hooper

illus.

neo: Neolithic sites in West S. 52. 13-28 passim, illus.; Abinger 54. 136; Carshalton, incl.
sickle 49. 71-3, illus.; Ewell 50. 15, illus.,
54. 15;Hascombe 40. 91; Horsley,E., flint
mine 51. 143; St. Matha's 54. 37

B.A.: Carshalton 49. 71, illus.; Ewell 50. 12, 15,


illus.; Titsey 44. 99; Wisley, perforated, diorite 50. 138, illus.; Wotton, fabricator 60. 7, 134, illus.

Ashtead, flakes, ironstone polisher


Hascombe 40. 90-2, illus.; Lingfield: Dry Hill Camp 41. 84-91, illus.
Saxon: Guildford, found in Saxon burials 39. 7,
34,36
See also Adze; Arrowheads; Axes; Daggers;
Hammer-heads; Maceheads; Pebble rubbers;
E.I. A.:

41. 95, 97;

Sickle
Flint -chipping floors:

of Gt. Tangley 47. 46, his exca-

vations 42. 29, 30, 47, 50. 49, 53. 21, 42, his
proposals for a county museum 53.63
Floyd, Nath. (Farleigh) 59. 66
Floyer, J. K., his William of Ockham and
Joachim, reviewed 40. 131
Flue tiles see Tiles: Roman
Flutter: Hy. (Guildford) 46. 34; John, V. of
Woking 39. 102; Pet., Mayor of Guildford
46. 31, 32, 34, 47. 39, his daus. Molly and Sally
46.32-5 passim, his w. 46. 31
Foe: Dan. see Defoe; Jas., father of Dan. Defoe,
relationship with Marsh fam. of Dorking

55.53,57,58,60
Folk-lore: of barrows and earthworks 42. 31;
survey to be carried out by University Col-

gate) 59. 51
Flint and stone artifacts:

"Bury" collection

Wickham,

Puttenham

57. 47; meso.:

lege,

London 55.126-7

Fonte, Osbert de (Cobham) 58. 51


Fonts: lost or replaced, Glynne's notes on 55. 678; Ewhurst 42. 105; Kingston, by Wren 47. 102;
Ockham 45. 29
Food vessel see Pottery: neo.
Forbes, Mr. (Farnham) 39. 92
Force, Alicia 42.91
Ford, Forde,fford,ffurde: Mr. (Guildford) 46. 3246 passim, his w. 46. 38; Arnold 42. 43; Edm.
(Guildford) 51. 91; Erasmus, fl. 1523 51. 87, 88;
Erasmus, d. 1533, Treasurer to Edward rv,
tomb in Thames Ditton ch. 55. Ill; Jas., V.
of Farnham 39. 92; Ralph (Guildford) 46.39;
Rich., fl. 1471, and his w. Ann 51. 83; Rich.
(Guildford),/?. 1725, brewer 39. 93; Rog. 42. 92;
Sam. 46. 37; Wm. (Wandsworth) 39. 101
Ford, Roman, over R. Graveney, Croydon 59.

88-9
Forge, J. W. Lindus, Coombe Hill conduit houses
and the water supply system of Hampton
Court Palace''56. 3-14; The Grotto, Oatlands
Park 51.134-40
Forges: Ewell 48. 160; Leigh Hammer 39. 146-7
Forster see Foster
Fort,ffort: Mr., Clerk of Hampton Court 56. 4;
John, friar of Guildford 47. 26
Fortery, Mr. and Mrs. (Guildford) 46. 31
Forthe, Wm. (Hadleigh, Suffolk) 54. 92, his w.
E\iz.,nte Saunders 54.92
Forti, Wm. de Monti see Montfort
Fossils, Epsom 49. 93-4
Foster, Forster: fam., arms of (Crowhurst)
52.92; Anne, her tomb in Crowhurst ch. 52. 92;
Edw. (Crowhurst) 59. 57; John (Tandridge)
59. 64; John, R. of Tatsfield 39. 100, Rich.
(Putney), token of 56. 42; Walt. John, memorial to, in Witley ch.47. 46; Wm.,his Survey of
the manor of Dorking (1649) 54. 73, 55. 44
Foun,ffoun: Jas., V. of Farnham 42. 115
47

Fountain, Arthur, and Ashtead manor 48. 105


Fowkes: Jas. (Lingfield) 59. 59; John, clerk of
St. Stephen's, Westminster 52. 45
Fowle: Barth., alias Linsted, Prior of St. Mary
Overy, Southwark 47. 25, 54. 84; John (Oxted)

59.62,63
(Reigate) 59. 50; Thos. 52. 46
Fowler:
Fox: fam. (E. Horsley) 58. 56, 63; Mr. (E. Horsley),/7. 1775-7 40. 76, 46. 48; Chas. Jas., and
racing in S. 44. 19; Mrs. Cyril, her work on

barrows

41. 31; G. J. Buscall, his collection


of flints 41. 76; Geo., aft. Lane-Fox, Lord
Bingley 58. 56; J., Stane Street 51. 147-51;
Jas. (E. Horsley), d. 1753, lord of the manor
of Cobham 39. 89, 58. 56, 59. 91, his bro.,
Sackville 58. 56; Jas., son of Sackville, b.
1756, his squandering of his S. estates 58. 568, 72; John 51. 85; Rich., Bishop of Winchester,

arms

of 50. 164, at

57. 86-7, 91-2,

Farnham Castle

endows Corpus Christi Col-

lege, Oxford, with lands in Egham 41. 47, his


relations with Saunder fam. (Ewell) 54.85;

W. (Epsom) 57. 24
Fox Taylor see Taylor
"Fox's Tower", Farnham Castle, The date of
57.85-92
Foxwell, Agnes, nee Macy (Massey) 51.108
Foy,Mr. (Sutton) 59.81
Frames, Thos. (Reigate) 59. 51
Frammesworth, Wm.de, keeper of the King's
stud at Guildford 45. 55
Frampton, Sir Geo., sculptor of tomb of Sir
Bernhard Samuelson, formerly in Hatchford
Mausoleum 59. 92
France: see Bec-Hellouin; Guines; Oye
Francis, Frances, Fraunceys: Adam (Southwark)
43. 97; Dines (Home) 59. 58; John (Burstow)
59. 39; John de, trespasses in Byfleet Pk.
45. 48; Ph. (Burstow) 59. 39; Rich. (Charlwood)
59. 40; Roger le 43. 87, 107
Franciscans, Observant, of Sheen see Richmond
Franciscas, Saxon, Coulsdon 56. 138
Frank, Franke: Geo. (Epsom), and his w. Maria
57. 8; Geo. (Horley) 59. 44; Rich, le, Master
of Sandon Hospital 57. 78, 84; Thos. (Epsom)
57.17
Franklin: fam. (Cheam) 47. 71, 75; widow 47. 75;
Dan. 47. 75, 76, 82; Jas. 47. 76; John 47. 76
Frankpledge, view of see Court Leet
Fraunceys see Francis
Fraxino, Arnald de 43. 100
Frederick, Duke of York, and Oatlands Pk. (Weybridge) 51. 135, 137, 138, buys Byfleet Pk.
45.73
Esq.(Hersham)40. 77; Sir John,
Frederick:
fl. 1725, patron of Hascombe 39. 94; Sir John,
fl. 1799 46. 55
Fredley (Fridley) see Mickleham
Freeland, Frelande, Frelond, Frilende: Eliz.

(Wisley) 39. 102; John (Ockham) 45. 14n;


Rich. (Ockham) 45. 14n; Thos. le (Ockham)
49. 120; Walt., priest of Ockham 45. 13-4, 17,
45, his brass (Ockham) 45. 13, his will 45. 14,

48

49.120,59.74
Freeman: E.A., Unpublished tiles from Chertsey Abbey 49. 116; Edw. (Reigate) 59. 52; John
(Home) 59. 58; John (London) 55. 57
Freinde, John (Lingfield) 59. 61
Freke,Thos., woodmonger,of London, bequest
for repairing Downside Bridge 58. 66
Fremele see Frimley
French: Ste. (Horley) 59. 45; Wm. (Streatham)
52.34
Frensham (Frinsham):
(See also Farnham, a former part of which
is now incorporated in F.
axes from: neo. 50. 135, tranchet 46. 107;
barrows 42. 59; enclosure 48. 147; hone, B.A.
47. 90; meso. finds and sites 42. 109, 49. 6-19
passim, 50. 2, 5-8; military assessment (1805),
including Churt 52. 60, 64; mounds near ponds
probably stabilised dunes 58. 90; palstave,
B.A. 50. 137; parish registers 46. 118; slate

artifacts from 47. 88-9, ill us.; tithes of 46. 85;


visitation (1724-5) 39.92
church: chapelry of Farnham 46. 97; curates
of see Felder;Munday; Glynne's notes on
55. 87; rectors of see Derham; Watson; removal and re-erection on new site (1239)

46.81

Wood 48. 147; Churt 42. 109,


47. 90, 54. 20; Cusanweoh 54. 20; Devil's
Jumps 54. 139; Great Pond 46. 107, 49. 6,
50. 2, 5; Jumps Moor 49. 11; Pierpont Lodge
40. 75; Pitfold 48. 147; Spreakley 47. 88, 49. 6,
16

places: Abbots

Frere, Shepherd S., excavations by 50. 57, 139;


51. 65; his card index of Surrey Romano
British sites 57. 48; Animal burial at Epsom
49. 93-4; Bronze objects from Farnham
49.103-4;^! brooch from the Roman villa,

Walton Heath. 49. 108; An early Bronze Age


burial at Epsom College 47. 92-5; Excavation
of a late Roman bath-house at Chatley Farm,
50. 73-98; A Iron Age vessel from
Esher 56. 159;A late Bronze Age hoard
from Banstead 47. 95-8; Late Bronze Age
pot from Farnliam 58. 112; ^4 mediaeval pottery at Ashtead 47. 58-66; Polished axe from
Bury Hill, Dorking 49. 92-3; Roman coin
from Ewell 48. 154;A Roman coin from
Shamley Green 49. 112;A Roman ditch at

Cobham

Ewell council school 48.45-60; Roman pottery from Betchworth 49. 110-1; Roman
pottery from Oxshott 52. 82-3; RomanoBritish pottery from Sanderstead 49. 112-3;

Romano-British site at Woodmansterne


48. 152-4; Saxon burial on Farthing Down
49. 114-51;r?to Bronze Age implements

from Wey bridge 49. 100-2; Two Roman coins


from Ewell 49. Ill; reviews by 56. 163,
57.104.5,58.117
S. S. and Hogg, A. N. A., Iron Age and

Frere,

Mickleham Downs 49. 104-6


and Hooper, W., A late Bronze Age
from Betchworth 49. 102

Roman
Frere,
celt

site on

S. S.

Frescoes see Mural paintings


Freshfield, E., excavates
Heath 51. 59

Roman

villa on

Walton

Fresse, Frosse, Frossh': Wm. le 43. 87, 95, 106


Friaries see Religious houses
Fridley (Fredley) see Mickleham
Friends, Religious Society of: in Capel and
Ockley 45. 158-61; Meetings in S. 39. 82-103
passim; registers of 46. 116, 118, 121, 124
Frilende see Freeland
Frimley:
axe, tranchet, from 46. 110; enclosure 48. 144;
military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish
registers 46. 118
chapel: a chapelry of Ash 39.83; John Stephen's
(Stevyn, Stopham) chantry 44. 153-5, incumbent of see Snelling
places: Camberley 46. 110
Frinsham see Frensham
Frinton, Essex, property of Poyle fam. in 41. 125
Frior see Fryer
Frithwald, Viceroy of Surrey, charters of 42. 33,

37,58.47

Fromond, Fromonde, Fromoundes: Barth.


(Cheam), his dau. Eliz., aft. w. of Wm. Bodley,
brass (Carshalton) 40. 107, 1089;Thos.40. 109
Fronk, Rob. 43. 106
Frosse, Frossh': see Fresse
q.v.; John, his

Frowch, Thos 51.83


Frowsbury see Puttenham
Froyle,

Wm.,

chaplain 43. 89

Fry, Frye: Geo. (Egham), token of 48. 23, 56. 34;


Lewis G., his Oxted, Limpsfield and neighbourhood, reviewed 41. 133-5; Rowland (Banstead) 50. 107
Fryday: Brian (Reigate) 59.52; John (Leigh) 59.46
Fryer, Frior: John, R. of Byfleet 45. 105; Rob.
(Farnham), oatmeal maker, token of 48. 23,

56.35
Fulchered, Wm. son of 43. 105
Fulham, John, R. of Compton 39. 89
Fuller: fam., arms of 52. 73; Eliz., patron of

Tandridge 39. 100; Jasper (Reigate) 59. 53;


John (Reigate) 59. 52; Letitia, patron of Tandridge 39. 100; Rob. (Reigate) 59. 53; Mr. Rose
46. 54; Thos. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Thos. (Rei-

Wm. (Leigh)

59. 46

Fullerton, Fullarton: Mr. (Guildford) 46. 34;


Sir Jas.,and Byfleet manor and house 45.68,

69,50.99,102
Funeral helmet and surcoat in Stoke d'Abernon
ch. 46. 59-67, pis., 47. 84-7, pi.
Furniss, A. (Epsom) 57. 40

Furniture see Church goods and features


Furzefield, as place name 59. 22
Futcher, Ste. 42. 98
(Kingston), taborer 44. 125
Fygge,
Fytzion see Fitzjohn

reviews by 44. 164-6


Gadd,Gad: John (Chelsham) 59. 65; Ralph de
G., J.,

Gaines, Rich. (Reigate) 59. 53


Gainsborough, Thos., monk of Bermondsey,
Prior of Derby 47. 16
Gainsford, Gaynsford, Gaynford: fam., arms of
(Crowhurst) 52. 92; Ellynor (Dorking) 54.72;
Erasmus (Crowhurst) 59. 57; John, charity of
(Crowhurst) 39. 90; John, fl. 1423, and Poyle
estates 41. 126; John, fl. 1431, M. P. for Surrey
39. 53; John, junior, fl. 1433, M.P. for Blechingley 39. 53; John fl. 1471 51. 83; Sir John,/7.
1523 51. 88, 52. 92, his w. Anne, nee Dacre
52. 92; John,/?. 1641 59. 57; Nich., M.P. for
Surrey, 1460 56. 20; Nich., d. 1497, his epitaph
(Carshalton) 43. 44; Thos., son of Sir John
(Crowhurst) 52. 92; Thos. ,fl. 1640 (Lingfield)
59. 61;

Wm.

(Lingfield) 59. 61

Galfrid, Fr. 42. 98


Gallop, John (Betchworth) 59. 37
Gaily Hills see Banstead

Galtona see Gatton


Game in Surrey 43. 2-3
Gamelyn, John, R. of Byfleet 45. 61

Games:

cricket, 1761, Albury 46. 42;

Good

Martha's 54. 16; Mediaeval games


and gaderyngs at Kingston 44. 102-36, illus.;
Shrove Tuesday football, Dorking 54. 141
Gamston, Notts., benefice 46.91
Gander, Rich. (Reigate) 59. 51
Ganghill see Guildford
Gardiner, Gardyner, Gardner, Gardnar: Miss,
Mrs., friends of Wm. Bray 46. 33, 49; Mrs.
Eliz. (Morden) 39. 97; John, alias Lambert
(Cranleigh), ironmaster 47. 49; Marg. (Leatherhead) 41. 42; Rich., and Thorncroft manor,
Leatherhead 41. 42; Rob. (Charlwood) 59. 41;
Rob., Chief Sergeant of the Queen's Cellar,
his brass and epitaph (Leatherhead) 41.42,
43. 40, 55. 95; Rog., monk of Waverley 47. 18;
Ste., Bishop of Winchester, and Winchester
House, Southwark 49. 76, 78; Wm. (Blechingley)
59. 55; Wm. (Dorking), maltster, and his w.
Friday,

Frulippi, John 42. 95

gate) 59. 51;

(Sutton) 59. 76; Wm. (Cobham) 58. 55


Gaddysbe, John (Kingston) 44. 104
Gage: fam., arms of (Albury) 48. 90; Alice, aft.
w. of Sir Ant. Browne, q.v.; Sir John 45. 66;
Sir Thos. Rokewode, his w. Adelaide, nee
Drummond, her tomb in Albury ch. 48. 90

St.

54. 73; Sir Wm. (Godstone) 39. 93; Wm.


(Guildford), carpenter 54. 73; Wm., Curate of

Anne

39. 97; Wm., R. of Walton-on39. 101; see also Gardner: Dan.;

W. Molesey

Thames

Eric
Gardner: Dan., portraits by 42.

7; Eric, his contributions to S.A.S. Collections 53. 93, portr.,


his work on barrows 42. 30, obituary of 52.
148, The Silvermere urn 50. 136
Garforth, Thos. (Ripley), tokens of 48. 29, 56. 43
Garland: Hy., house of, in Southwark 43. 86, 87,
95, 99, 105-6; Thos., canon of Newark 47. 24
Garmon, Thos. (Gatton) 59. 43
Garner, Rich. (Woking), token of 48. 30, 56. 48
Garnish, Thos. (Suffolk) 54. 93, his w. Eliz., nee
Saunders 54. 93

49

Garratts Hall see Banstead


Garrick, Dav.,the actor, his performances seen
by Wm. Bray 46. 31-47 passim
Garth: Rich., patron of Morden 39. 97;Thos.,
M.P.for Blechingley 56. 28, his w. Margery,
nee Lewkerne, formerly w. of John Wood
56.16,28
Garton: Chas.Hy.,and his sister Juliet, arms of
(Banstead) 50. 124; John (Cobham) 58. 55,62

Garway, Wm.,and manor of Parrock (Sussex)


54.89
Gascoigne, Jos. (Weybridge) 39. 102
Gasson,John (Merstham) 59.48
Gaston: Mich. (Tatsfield) 59.66;W. (Ewell),
carpenter 57. 12
Gate, Thos., priest 51.94
Gates: John, V. of Send 45. 105; John (Sutton)
59. 77; Thos. (Lingfield) 59. 59
Gates, ornamental: Byfleet Ho. 50. 102, pis.;
Epsom and Ewell 48. 8-13, pis.
Gatesbury, Ralph de, R. of Ockham 45. 44, 49. 120
Gatesden, John de 57. 81
Gatewic see Gatwick
Gatock (Gatwick) Common see Peper Harow
Gattland, John (Lingfield) 59. 59
Gatton (Galtona):
connections of Upper Gatton with Chipstead
48. 41-4; discoveries at Gatton Pk. Ho. 42. 1212,/>Z.;fam.of Copley in 54. 132; field system
48. 132; manor of Upper Gatton 39. 61; M.P's
for 39. 56, 57, 59, 61, 62, 64, 54. 98; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61; on Rocque's map
40. 69, 77; parish registers 46. 118;"Pilgrims'
in 41. 3, 8, 21-5, 31-2, 44. 57; Protestation returns 59. 42-3; tax of 1332 in 41. 102;
visitation (1724-5) 39. 92

Way"

church: and the "Pilgrims' Way" 44.57;


Glynne's notes on 55. 87, in relation to font
55. 68; granted to Lewes Priory 43. 86, 88-9,
108-12, 46. 72; pew with fire-place 52. 89;
rectors of sic Moore; Morton; Pepys; Shoe;

Waningdene; William

of

York

places: Buckwood Field 41. 32; Gattisbraine


(Cattisbraine) 41. 32; Gatton Pk. and Ho. 39. 92,
42. 121-2, painting of AZ.pl. II.; Tower Ho.
41. 23; Town Hall 54. 138; Upper Gatton 48. 414; Wingate 41. 32; Windmill Field 41. 32
Gatton, Gatyn: Alice 42. 97; Hamo de, and Pachenesham manor, Leatherhead 55.9, 10, 11, 14,
grants of Gatton ch. and advowson to Lewes
Priory 43. 88, 105, 108; Rob. de 43. 88
[Gatwick], Gatewic, John de 43. 88
Gatwick (Gatock) Common see Peper Harow
Gatyn see Gatton
Gaunt, John of patron of mediaeval games
44.110,111, 113, 131, 132, 133
Gavell: Fra. (Cobham), d. 1610, and his w. Mary,
nee Archer 45. 152, 58. 49; Fra., d. 1633, and
his w.Marg.,wee Vincent 41.126-7,58.49;
Hy., bro. of Vincent 41. 127; Pet. (Weybridge)
39. 102; Rob. (Cobham), d. 1595, and his w.
Dorothy, nee Bigley 45. 152, 58. 48, 49, 60; Rob.,
b. 1641 and his w. Eliz., nee Lynde 58. 49-50;
,

50

Symond, of Nonsuch 58. 49; Vincent and his w.


Marg.,nee Lynde 41. 126-7, 58. 49
Gaveston, Pet. (Piers) de, and manors of Pache-

nesham and Byfleet 45. 51, 55. 9


Gaville, Mr., plans for new Cobham Bridge
58.65
Gawdye, John, serjeant-at-law 51. 96
Gawton: John (Nutfield) 59. 49; Nich. (Merstham)
59. 47; Nich. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Rich. (Nutfield)

59.48
Gaynesford, Gaynsford: see Gainsford
Geale, Geall, Gealle, Gele, Geelle, Gile, Gyle,
Jeale: Miss (Guildford) 46. 33, 35; Mr., rector
46. 34; Edw. (Lingfield) 59. 60, 61; John (Bermondsey) 47. 16; John (Burstow) 59. 39; John
(Charlwood) 59. 40; John (Reigate) 59. 53;
Rich., Prior of Bermondsey, R. of Bermondsey,V. of Camberwell,R. of Layer Marney,

Essex

45. 115, 47. 16; Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 60;


monk of Bermondsey, V. of Halstead,
Essex, R. of St. Leonard's, Colchester 47. 17;
Thos. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Wm., King's Cupmaker 45. 151; Wm. (Reigate) 59. 53; see also
Jeal, Eric
Geary, Sir Wm.,and Polesden Lacy 50. 163i

Thos.,

Geddyngg see Godding


Gee, Mrs., of Beddington Place, her monument in
Beddington ch. 55.71
Geldeford see Guildford
Gele see Geale
Gelham see Yeldham
Genang, John (Farnham), token of 56.35
Genealogy see Arms, heraldic; Biographical
articles; Pedigrees; Wills; see also individual
family names
Genialis, Antonine potter 51.81
Gentiles, Manfred de, bequest to 43. 58
Geoffrey: Master of Sandon Hospital 57. 84;
Prior of Newark, seal of 40. 39; son of Nor-

man, of Southwark 43. 87


Geoffrey, Geffrey, Gefferie, Jeffrey Jeff ery,
Jefferies: Major (Farnham) 39. 92; Ant.
(Blechingley) 59. 55; John 51. 91; John (Burstow) 59. 39; Wm. (Lingfield) 59. 61
Geology: meso. sites 41. 54-5; south of the Hog's
Back 57. 42-3; wind-blown sand deposits
50. 1-3; Bramley, river gravels 39. 144-5;
Farnham, meso. site 44. 26-7, river gravels
57. 100; St. Martha's 54. 23-5; Thursley,
stabilized dunes 58. 89; Wotton, bell -barrow
,

60.1-2
George IV, King, arms of 55. 32; as Prince
Wales, and racing in S. 44. 17, 18-9

of

Georgia, U.S.A., trustees for 47. 52, 55, records


of 47. 55, 57w
Gerard, fam. (Banstead) 42. 85; John 42. 85; Thos.

42.85
Germaine, Lord Geo., "gentleman rider"

Epsom

at

44. 18

Germany: see Coblenz; Hoheneck; Xanten


Germany (German) Farm, near Holmbury
on Rocque's map 40. 77
Gerner,Wm. (Limpsfield) 59. 58

Hill,

Gervase, Gervays: Abbot of Westminster 43. 108;


of Clyston see Clyston
Gerveis, Gervys, Jervys: John (Kingston) 44.124;
Thos., steward of Byfleet manor 45. 57
Getingas (Getinges) see Cobham
Gibbins, Jas., his tomb (Epsom) 48. 13
Gibbs, Gibs: J. A., his Abinger Parish Church
reviewed 47. 112; Joan, transcribes charter
54. 58; John (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 45
Gibson: J. H., finds Roman site at Farnham
54. 47; with Mrs. Gibson, organizes visits for
S.A.S. 53. 85, Compton church: the oratory
51. 154-5, The watering pond at Wfiitewaysend 39. 150;Nich. 52. 39
Giffard: John, R. of Stoke-next-Guildford 39. 100;
Wm., Bishop of Winchester, builds Winchester Ho.,Southwark 49.75
Gig Hill (Kingston), possible connection with
May Day games 44. 120-1
Gig Hill Green see Ditton, Thames
Gilbert: chaplain of Home 43. 99; chaplain of
Lingfield 43. 99; chaplain of Sandon Hospital
57. 82; priest of Chipstead 43. 99; summoner
(Dorking) 43. 88, 99; the Norman, founder of
Merton Priory, builder of Kingston ch. 48.7
Gilbert, Gilebert, Gillbert, Gillbart: Mr. (Sutton)
59. 83-4; Edw. (Lingfield) 59. 61; Geo. (Lingfield) 59. 59; Hy. (Blechingley) 59. 54; Jeremy
(Lingfield) 59. 59; John, Bishop of St. David's
42. 96; Thos. (Chelsham) 59. 65; Weclus

(Crowhurst) 59. 56
Gildeford see Guildford
Gile see Geale
Giles, canon of Newark, Master of Sandon Hospital 57. 77, 80, 84
Giles, Gilas: Edw. (Betchworth) 59. 36; Nich.
(Merstham) 59. 48; Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 59;

Thos. (Burstow) 59. 39; Wm. (Merstham)


59.47
Gilford, Gilforth: see Guildford
Gilford, Dr. (Redhill), and Glover MSS 59. 93
Gilford, Lord (Epsom), //. 1725 39.91
Gilforden, Thos. 42. 98
Gill, Mr. (Upper E ashing) 40.76
Gillow, Jenkin, his brass (Croydon) 40.112
Ginnings see Jennings
Girdle-hangers, Saxon, Fetcham 56. 141
Gisburn, Yorks., manor of 57. 79
Gison, John de 43.87
Gittons, Gittens: Albey 54. 91; Dav. 54. 89; Oliver
(Ewell) 54. 91, 108-11 passim, 121; Thos.
(London), vintner, and manor of Cardens,
Kent 54. 86, 89, 91, his w. Joan, a//, w.of Wm.
Saunder, q.v.
Giuseppi: U.K., Surrey Archaeological Collections 1854-1954 53. 89-95; Miss M., Hon.
Editor, S.A.S. 53. 93; M.S., Hon. Secretary
S.A.S. 53. 36, portr., Vice-President 53. 40,
compiles first General Index to S.A.S.
Collections 53. 52, founder of Surrey Record
Society 53.97, 98, 100, his contributions to
Collections 53.91, 94, his work in connection
with S.A.S. Library 53. 57, his work on S.A.S.

collection of records 53. 73, 74 Medieval


pottery in Kingston 45. 151-2; reviews by
39. 155-7, 157-8, 44. 160-1,47. 112-4
Glanvil's Charity 39. 103
Glasbrooke, Sim. (Reigate) 59. 53
Glass: fragments, found at Newark Priory 40. 18,
23; fragments of goblets and bowls found in
Sidney Wood.Alfold 48. 156-7; see also Beads:
Roman, Saxon; Spindle whorls; Vessels, glass
Glass, stained: Buckland ch. ,14th and 15th cent.
41. 123-4, pi.; Cuddington, Nonsuch Park Ho.
51. 132-3; Guildford Guildhall 51. 97-101,/>Zs.;
Ockham ch. 45. 30-3; Send: Newark Priory,
fragments reconstructed 40. 18-9; Stokenext-Guildford: St. John's 55. 18-31, pis.
Glassmaking: Ogniabene Luteri at Burgate,

Hambledon 52.90-1
Glemham, Anne 54. 92
Gloucester: Archdeacon of see Inglesham;Dean
of see Jennings, Wm.
Gloucester, Countess of, see Clare, Matilda de
Gloucester, Duke of see William Henry
Gloucester, Earl of see Clare
Glover, Glovere: Ambrose (Reigate), attorney,
his collection of MSS. 59. 92-3, in Wm.
Bray's diary 46. 57,48. 159, work on barrows
42. 30; Ant. (Reigate) 59. 52;Ezekiel (Reigate)
59. 52; Gil. le, holding in Leatherhead 55. 11;
J., V. of Dorking 45. 107; Math. (Croydon),
token of 56. 33; Thos. (Reigate) 59. 54; Wm.
(Epsom) 57. 23
Glyd, Rich., of Pendhill, Blechingley, his brass
and epitaph 43. 45, 47, 54. 67
Glyn: fam., vault (Ewell) 48. 15; Sir Arthur, Bt.
(Ewell) 51. 130; Marg., article on topography
of Ewell 54. 102, her museum of musical
instruments at Ewell 51. 130
Glynne, Sir Ste., his notes on Surrey churches,
edited by R.J.Sherlock 55.65-117
Goard, Rob. (Horley) 59. 45
Gobsall, Mr., M. F. H. 43. 7

Go claiming:
(See also Hascombe and Shackleford, which
were formerly part of G.
arrowhead, flint, from 57.100;axe, flint 59.86;
)

bridge, rebuilding of 58. 65-6; cemetery,


Romano-British, at Charterhouse 51. 9-25;
6; E.I. A. site (Charterhouse)
57. 42, 58. 21-7; enclosures 48. 144; land at
Farncombe 57. 78; mammoth tusk found near

coaching 46.

39. 145; manors: Catteshall 48. 144, Godalming


48. 144, 49. 82, steward of see Parr, Hurtmore
41. 131, Vann (Venn, Fenne, ffamd) 52. 39;
meso. finds 52. 9; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; pottery, E.L A. and Roman 40. 119,
51. 11-25, 57. 51-65 passim, 58. 26-34; pre-

Roman and Romano-British site (Charterhouse) 58. 21-34; quern, Roman 57. 49; registers: non-parochial 46. 124, parish 46. 118;

Romano-British farms (Binscombe) 57.42-71;


traders' tokens 48. 24, 56. 35-6; visitation

(1724-5)39.82,92
church: chandelier in 47. 33, 39, pi.; Glynne's
51

God aiming: churchcont.


notes on 55. 87; Hussey drawing of 49. 127;
roof bosses 50. 164-5, pis.; vicars of see
Stoughton; Younger
places: Binscombe 57. 42-71; Busbridge Pk.
39. 93, 46. 39, on Rocque's map 40. 76; Charterhouse 51. 9-25, 57. 42, 48, 58. 21-34, 59. 86;

Farncombe

57. 78;

Holloway Hill 51. 49;Tue-

name 54. 19, 56. 145; Vann


Westbrook 39. 93, Westbrook PI. 40. 76
[GodalmingJ, Godalmynge: Fr. de 42. 92; Galfrid
sley, as place
54. 92;

de 42. 92; John, Prior of Guildford 42. 99

"Godalming machine'' 46. 37, 40


Godard, clerk 43. 93
Goddard: John (Cobham) 58. 54,

55;

John (Farn-

ham), token of 56. 35


Godding, Geddyngg: Walt, de 43. 88, 108
Godfrey: Easter, memorial outside Ockham ch.
45. 39; Jos., V. of Effingham 39. 91
Godley, hundred of: place name 54. 20; tax of

1332 in 41.106,108
F. H. 43. 12; Harry (Kingston)
44. 115; Jos., and Hascombe Camp finds 40.81,
82, 90, 91; Thos. (Dorking) 54. 73; Thos.
(Leatherhead) 41. 46; Wm. (Egham), husbandman 47. 27

Godman: Mr., M.

Godmanchester,Thos., alias Colson,<jM>.


Godolphin, Mr. (Thames Ditton) 39.90
Godschall,Godschell: fam.,arms of (Albury)
48. 80, 93; Mr., of Weston Ho., Albury, fl.
1859-99 46. 41-55 passim; Mr. (Albury),/Z.
1809 60. 76-8; John 48. 80, 94; Rt. Hon. Sir Rob.
48. 86, 94, 58. 101, his monument in Albury ch.
48. 80, his w. Cath., nee Tryon 48. 80; Nich.,
and his w. Sarah, nee Onley and dau. Sarah
48. 80, 94; Mr. S. 46. 52; Sam. (Albury), M.F.H.
43. 10; Sam. Mann, R. of Ockham 45. 46, 48. 934, his w. Anne, nee Malthus 48. 93; Wm. Mann,
and his w. Sarah 48. 80, 58. 102
Godshalve, John, R. of Stoke d'Abernon 45. Ill

Godstone (Godstow, Walknested, Wachelested,


Welcnested, Wolcnested)
(See also Home and Wo ldingham,?w which
parishes former parts of G. are now incorporated.

barrows 42. 53; grant of right of warren in


54. 58-61 passim; hunting at 43. 5, 7; lands in
52. 47; military assessment (1805) 52.61;
parish registers 46. 118; "Pilgrims' Way"
at 41.6, 12, 16, 20; Protestation returns 59. 68;
Roman road through 45.116, 118, 120, 123-5,
128-34,46. 125-8; Saxon finds 56. 141, 147;
traders' tokens 48. 24, 56. 36; visitation
(1724-5) 39.93
church: epitaph in 43. 39; Glynne's notes on
55. 88; vicars of see Harvey; Jones, Wm.;
Wood, Geo.
places: Alwinton Tower 45. 123; Anglefield
Corner 45. 123; Blindley Heath 45. 116, 120
123-5,46. 125-8; Colboys Farm 39.93;
Cooper's Moors Wood 45. 118; Felbridge Pk.
40. 77; Godstone Hill 45. 122, 123, 125; Godstone Quarry 41. 16; Hedgecourt Lake 45. 118;
52

Hunter's Hill 45. 123; Iron Peartree Ho.


45. 123; Marden Pk. 39. 85, 40. 77; Newchapel
45. 116, 120; Park Farm 45. 118; Rabbits
Heath Rd. 45. 125; Rowplat Lane 45.118;
Stanstead (Stone Street) 45. 122;Stansted
Borough 45. 123; Stansted Ho. 45. 123; Stanton's Hall 45. 120; Stratton 45. 123, 125; Tilburstow Hill 45. 123, 125; Town Pond 45. 125;
Tyler's Green 45. 125; Wire Mill Lake 46.
125, 128; Wire Mill Wood 45. 118; Woodcock
Hammer 47. 49;Woodcock Hill 45. 116, 118,

120

Godwin, Godwyne: John 43. 87; John, and his w.


Marg., their monument (1618) in Home ch.
55. 92; Wm., canon of St. Mary Overy 47.25
Godwin -Austen, Lt. Col. H. H. 53. 82; R.A.C.,
arranges visits for S.A.S. 53. 78, 80, 82
Going, Thos. (Burstow) 59. 39
Gold, Thos., monk of Sheen 47. 19
Gold: bracteate, Saxon, Coulsdon 56. 136; ring,
Roman, Lingfield 41. 90; see also Coins
Goldeie, Goldheghe: Rog. 43. 87, 106
Goldschmidt, Abraham (Streatham) 59.13
Goldsmith, Goldsmyth, Gouldsmith: Barth.
(Cheam) 47. 81; Edw. (Cheam) 47. 77-8, 81; Hy.
(Cheam) 47. 77, 82; John (Cheam) 47.82;
Ralph (Rotherhithe), ironmonger, token of
56. 45; Randall, servant, bequest to 51. 88;
Rich. (Cheam) 47. 82; Thos. (Cheam) 47. 77, 81;
Thos., junior 47.82;Wm. (Cheam) 47.77
Gollancz, M., reviews by 57. 105-6
Gomshall see Shere
Gonne, Goone: Thos. (Ewell) 54. 108, 117, 123
Good, Goode, Goude: John (Kingston), baker, fl.
1509 44. 105; John, d. 1627, and Maiden manor
and ch. 41. 35, 38; Owen (Wotton), trumpeter
44. 107; Sebastian (Maiden) 41. 35, 36, 38

Good Friday: customs on

St. Martha's Hill


Martha's 54. 14
Goodall, Capt. John (Weybridge) 39. 102

55. 11-

21; fair, St.

Goodchild, R. G., his contributions to S.A.S.


Collections 53. 94; The Celtic gods of Farley

Heath 50. 150-l;Martin Tupper and Farley


Heath 46. 10-25; The Roman brickworks at
Wykehurst Farm, C rani eigh 45. 14-96; The
Roman road on Winterfold Common, Albury
50. 147-9; see also Lowther, A. W. G. and
Goodchild
Goodden, Rob., of Swindon, buys tolls at Reigate
59.77
Goodhert, Goodehert: Rich. (Streatham) 52. 33, 34
Goodlade, John 52.41
Goodman: Mr. 52. 41; A. W., see Baskerville, G.
and Goodman; John, notary public 52. 48; Rob.,
canon of St. Mary Overy 47. 25
Goodwin, Goodwyn, Goodwyns: Chas. (Barnes),
vintner, token of 56. 30; Edw. (Dorking), token
of 56. 33; J. (Dorking),/?. 1609 54. 72; John,
M.P.,/7. 1656 39. 62, 64; Wm., his survey of

Cobham, 1546-9,
Goone see Gonne
Gordon,

Gorman,

58. 50, 53, 59

friend of Wm. Bray 46. 37, 38


(Guildford) 46. 38, 40

Gosden,Thos. (Blechingley) 59.55


Gosling: Ellis, M. F. H. 43. 12; Fra. (Sutton) 59. 70
Goude see Good
Gough, Mr. [Rich], antiquary 46. 48, 49, 50
Gould: David see Cockin, M. S. and Gould; S. Baring see Baring-Gould
Goulds, Sir Chas. 46. 53

Gover,John (Kingston) 44.121


Gower: G.W.G. Leveson- see Leveson-Gower;
Nath., V. of Battersea 39. 84, R. of West Horsley 39.94
Grace, Thos. (Ewell) 54. 109, 122
Graff ham (Grosham), Sx. 52. 39
Grafton, Duke of see Fitzroy
Graham: fam.,of Levens,arms of (Ashtead)
48. 107; Jas., The London-Lewes Roman road
43. 115-6,47. 98, .4 Pre- Roman trackway to
the Sussex iron field 49.20-55, The Roman
road on the Surrey-Kent boundary 40. 97-106,
A Romano-Celtic temple at Titsey and the

Roman road
the Cluniac
81

44. 84-101; Rose, The seals of


monastery of Bermondsev 39.78-

Graim,John (Blechingley) 59.55


Gram,Wm. (Home) 59. 57
Grandison: fam.,arms of (Battersea) 52.72, 73,
74, 75,55. 36; Wm., 1st Baron Grandison, and
his w. Sybil, wee Tregoz 52. 77
Grandison, Viscount see St. John; Villiers
Grane, Rog. de la, canon of Chichester 43. 110
Granger, Mr., owner of Thundersfield Castle
45.147
Grant, John (Epsom), joiner 57. 13, 28, 32, his
son, soap boiler, and his w. Barbara, nee
Carr 57. 28
Grantley, Baron see Norton

Granudyn,Wm.43.105
Gras: Nich. 43. 101; Rich, le 43. 101; Rog. de
49.83
Graspeis, Graspeys, Craspeis: Godard 43. 87,
106; Hy. 43. 87, 106; Wm. 43. 87, 106
Gratwick, Grattwicke: John (Limpsfield), token
of 48. 27, 56. 40; Ph. (Lingfield) 59. 59
Graunter, Grounter (? Counter): John 42.92
Grave, John, Prior of Newark 47. 23
Gravels, river: Bramley 39. 144-5; Farnham
57. 100
Graveney, river 59. 6, 88
Graveney, Rich., Prior of Guildford 42. 94
Graves and gravestones: Blechingley 54.69;
Ockham 45. 43; see also Burials, Cemeteries,
Epitaphs

W. E. and Mercer, T. S., Weston


Manor Farm, Thames Ditton 59. 27, 34
Gray, Grey: fam., arms of 55. 20, 21; Mr.,
friend of Wm. Bray 46. 46; Mr. (Streatham)
59.4; Chas., and Polesden Lacy 50. 163k;
Sir Wm.46. 50
Greame, Wm. (Nuffield) 59. 49
Great Bookham see Bookham, Great
Great Burgh see Banstead
Greatrex, Eliz., her tomb (Ewell) 48. 15
Green, Greene, Grene, Gryene: fam., arms of

Gravett, K.

"the Methodist"
(Banstead) 50. 113;
46. 37; Alex. (Titsey) 59. 67; Edw. (Rotherhithe),
token of 56. 45; Eleanor, aft. w. of Sir Thos.
Colepepper, q.v.; Eliz. (Sydenham) 57. 40; Eliz.,
,

aft. w. of Edw. Lambert, q.v.; Geo., butcher


52. 41; John (Chelsham) 59. 65; John (Streatham) 52. 34; John (Warlingham) 59. 67; Jos.

(Leatherhead), churchwarden 47. 41; Nich.


(Buckland) 59. 38; Rich. (Battersea), token of
56. 30; Rich. (Reigate) 59. 53; Rich. (Warling-

ham) 59.

68; Rob. 52. 45; Thos. 51. 94; Thos.

(Chipstead) 59. 42; Thos. (Limpsfield) 59. 58;


Wm. (Oxted) 59. 63; Wm. (Reigate) 59. 50, 51
Green Cloth, Board of see Board of Green Cloth
Green glazed pottery, Farnham, 16th cent. 52. 55;
see also Pottery: mediaeval
Greenfield, Mr., and Ripley Harriers 43. 14
Greenhill, Thos., epitaph on (Beddington) 43. 46
Greenley, Mrs. (Guildford) 46. 38
Greensand ridgeway see Roads: Pre-Roman

trackways
Greenwich, Duke of see Campbell
(Kingston) 44. 124;
Greenwood, Grenwod:

John, alias Saling,<?.v.


Gregg, Grege: Geo. (Reigate) 59. 51; John, R. of
Sutton 59. 74
Gregory, Gregori: John, Prior of Guildford
42. 96; Rob., fl/z'fls Cleybroke, R. of Ockham
45. 45, 47w, 105, 46. 139, 49. 120
Grenell see Greville
Grenside, Mrs. Dorothy, Hon. Editor of S.A.S.
53.93;T/;e Weybridge Monument on the
village

green 54. 143-5

Grenville, Miss (Chilworth) 46.34


Grenwod see Greenwood
Gresham: John, of Titsey Pk.,/7. 1522 52. 36;
Sir John (Titsey),/7. 1641 59. 67; Sir Marmaduke, patron of Limpsfield and Titsey 39. 96,
101;Sir Rich. 52. 36, 40, 41, his 1st w. Audrey,
nee Lynne and his 2nd w. Isabel, nee Worpfall 52. 41; Sir Thos. 52. 36, 41; Thos. (Limpsfield),/!. 1641 59. 58; Wm. (Limpsfield) 39. 96
Gretenesse, land called 43. 92, 96
Greville, Grevell, Grivell, Gryvell, Grenell,
Grinell: Ant. (Sutton), will of 52. 48-9, his w.
Alice 52. 49; Geo. 52. 49; John 52. 49

Grey see Gray


Grey Friars see London: churches,

etc.

Griffin, Griffen, Gryffyn: Rich. 52. 40; Rich., V.


of Woking 52. 44; Rob., V. of Woking 45. 105
Griffith, Gryffith: Hugh, V. of Betchworth 39. 85;

Hugh, Curate of Leigh 39. 95; John (Shere)


47. 48; John, R. of Dolton, Devon, V. of Wandsworth 49. 121 -2; John, R. of Christow, Devon
49. 122; Moses, his drawing of Braboeuf
Manor Ho. 49. 85; Owen, R. of Blechingley

39.85
Grindal, Archbishop, his tomb (Croydon) 55.81
Grinell see Greville
Grinsell, L. V., An analysis and list of Surrey

barrows 42. 27-60;A barrow on the Hogs


Back 60. 84; Some Surrev bell-barrows 40. 5664
53

Grinstead, East, Sx., Hophurst Farm 45. 116, 118,


120
Grivell see Greville
Gromvayle, John 42. 92
Groncke, Rich. (Tandridge) 59. 64
Groombridge, Grumbridge: Thos.(Nutfield)
59. 49; Wm. (Lingfield) 59. 60
Grose, Mr., Richmond Herald 46. 48, 50
Grosham see Graffham, Sx.
Grottos: The Grotto, Oatlands Park 51. 134-40,

Castle Arch 53. 14,23, 50,64-77 passim.pl.;


stained glass in Guildhall 51. 97-101, pis.;
tax of 1332 in 41. 101, 102, 103, 108; traders'
tokens 48. 24-5, 56. 36-7; visitation (1724-5)
39. 93; woodcuts from Russell's Guildford
reproduced 47. 104-7; Working Men's Club,
collection of coins rejected by S.A.S. 53. 65
Abbot's Hospital: arms of Jas. I and Anne of
Denmark in 51. 100; foundation of 43. 2; Hussey drawing of 49. 127; master of see Russell;

temporary museum

pis.

Grove: Geo. (Weybridge) 39. 102; Rob., Curate of


Capel 45. 107
Grover, Mrs., patron of Chaldon 39. 87

Growe,Wm.42.96
Gruchy,Mart., Curate of Elstead and Seale 39. 91,
98

Grunumdale, Rich, de
Gryene see Green

42. 97

Gryffith see Griffith


Gryngoe, Hy. (Tandridge) 59. 63

Guard-posts resembling cannon, E well 48. 14


Gueldres,Duke of grant of Byfleet manor to
45.60
,

Guildford (Gilford, Gilforth, Gildeford, Geldeford,


Guldeford):
(See also Artington, Merrow, St. Martha's,
Shalford, Stoke-next-Guildford, former parts
of which parishes are now incorporated in G.)
arms of, in window of Guildhall 51. 99-100, pi.;
axes, flint, polished 49. 90; birthplace of Geo.
Abbot 47. 104, 107, illus.; cemetery, Saxon, at
Guildown: report of excavation (1929) and
finds 39. 1-50, additional discoveries 41. 11922, finds from 56. 141-2, 155, 156, compared
with finds at Mitcham 56.88,91,95, 112, 116,
127, 130, in Guildford Museum 53. 70, pis.;
coaches and coaching 46. 2, 6; cottages, timberframed, in Farnham Rd. 57. 102; gallows
48. 159, 49. 126; Grammar School 39. 68, 93,

master of 39. 89; Hessian regiment at 46. 35;


High Steward of see Onslow, Wm., 4th Earl;
hunting in G. Park 43. 3; Keeper of G. Park
see Parr; Keeper of the King's Stud at see

Frammesworth; lands, tenements, etc. in


mayors of see Austen; Flutter;

at 53. 81; woodcut of 47.


104, 106, illus.
Castle: 47. 104, 105, illus.; Decoration of Guildford castle keep 55. 4-6; Hussey drawing of
49. 127

churches: Holy Trinity: bequests to 51.93,94,


52. 39, 44, chandeliers in 47. 33, 39-40, pi.,
chapel called The Spital 39. 93, curate of
see Cook, rectors of see Bannister; John;
Shirewood; St. Mary's: bequests to 51. 93, 94,
Bray's visits to 46. 32, 33, 35, 39, 40, chandelier in 47. 40, curate of see Molde, Glynne's
notes on 55. 89, Hussey drawing of 49. 127,
rector of 45. 100, see also Chylton, restoration work 40. 123; St. Nicholas: bequest to
51. 93, 94, 52. 39, Bray's visit to 46. 33, curate
of see Hill, epitaph in 43. 44, Glynne's notes
on 55. 90, Hussey drawing of 49. 127, rectors
of see Lepton; Saxey; Younger
Dominican Friary: bequests to 51.92-6 passim;
dispossessed friars of 47. 26; Obituary Kalendar, transcribed 42. 90-9; priors of see
Akorton; Cobden; Farnham; Godalming;
Graveney; Gregory; Haveledersham; Herman;
Stook; Trenowth; Trottesworth; Tydman;

Woking

Museum and Muniment Room:

additions to

39.163,40.133,41.136,42.135-6,43.129-30,
44. 169-71, 45. 164-6, 46. 142-4, 47. 119;
approved as place of deposit for manorial
records 39. 161; establishment and history
53. 64- 77, pis.; Saxon objects in 56. 132-44
passim; two face masks in 60. 45-9
other places: Angel Hotel 50. 167; Artillery
Ground 46. 30, 33, 35, 38, 47. 103; Artillery

Assembly Rooms

46. 31, 33;

51. 94, 52. 39;

Rd. 47. 103;

Onslow, Geo., 1st Earl; Russell, John; Savage;

Baker's Market Ho. 47. 104, 107, illus.; Berry


Field 46. 31; Bowling Green 46. 30, 32, 33, 38,

Institute, accommodation for


Society's collections 53. 63; military assessments (1805) 52.61;M.P's for: 39.52-64
passim, see also Down; Onslow; Parkhurst;
militia at: 46. 38, company of volunteers
40. 47; neolithic finds 52. 28; Pepys visits
50. 167,51. 155-6; "Pilgrims' Way" at 44.47,
53, 68-70, 80, 48. 158; pottery, med., found on
site in High St. 45. 142-5, in Guildford
Museum 53. 65; Poyle fam. estates in 41. 125,
126; racing at: 44. 5-7, 10, 16-18, 23, 46. 44, 45,
48, 51, racecourse 42. 3, pi. ,44. 22; registers:
non-parochial 46. 124, parish 46. 119; Saxon
finds 56. 141-3, see also above Cemetery;
social life in 18th cent. (Wm. Bray's diary)

Mechanics

46. 30-58 passim;S.A.S. headquarters at

54

40, 42, 43, 47. 103; Castle


illus. ,53.

Arch

47. 104, 105,

14,23,50,64-77 passim, pis.; Cider -

house Lane 48. 158; "Craces", lands called


51. 94; Cross Lanes 46. 30, 32, 47. 103; Crown
Inn 47.104, 106, illus.; Farnham Rd.,Nos. 210 57. 102, pi.; Ganghill (Gangle) 47. 103,
48. 159; Guildown 39. 1-50, 41. 119-22, 56. 88,
91, 95, 112, 116, 127, 130, 141-2, 155, 156;
Guildford Pk. 40. 41, 43. 3; High St. 45. 142,
(1877) 53.pl. XV.; Lion Inn 51. 91; Mount St.
39. 28; Pewley Hill 41. 125; Pigots Farm
40. 76; Poyle Rd. 49. 90; Red Lion 46. 42, 43,
51. 155-6; Sandford Arms 46. 143; Stent
Clarke, booksellers, shop in High St. 47. 104,
107, illus.; Town Mills 41. 125; The Tuns

Guildford (Gilford, Gilforth, Gildeford, Geldeford,


Guldeford) cont.
46. 38-44 passim; Velvet Walk 46. 32,47. 103,
48. 158; Warwick's Bench 46.32,47. 103,48.
158; Waterworks 41. 125; White Hart 46.31-9
51, 54, inn sign of, in Museum 53.
66, Tontine book of 46. 142; White Lion 46. 39,
42; Woodbridge Rd. 47. 103
Guildford, Guldeford: fam., arms of 55. 19, 21, 22;
Hy. de,/Z. 1293, and Newark Priory 40. 36,

passim, 49.

chantry at Compton 51. 155; Hy. de, called Le

Mareschal 43. 88; John de 42. 95; Pet. de


42. 92; Rich.de 42. 91; Thos. de 42.97
"Guildford Machine" 46. 34
Guildown (Guldesdoune) see Guildford
Guildown massacre, account of 39. 47-50
Guilford, Jane,

aft.

w. of John Dudley,

Duke

of

Northumberland, q.v.
Guilford, Lord see Gilford
Guines (Gynes), France 52. 36

Guiscard, Prior of St. Pancras, Lewes 43. 99


Guldeford see Guildford
Gummins, Jeremy (Nutfield) 59.49
Gunpowder- mills: Chilworth 59. 90; Ewell 51. 125
Gunter, John (St. Martha's) 41. 133
Gurnet, Brian (Blechingley) 59.56
Gurney Wm. (Clapham), token of 56. 32, 59. 91,
his w. Ann and children, Joanna and Sam. 59. 91
Guy: Eliz., aft. Lovell.^.i-.; Thos. (London) 57. 23
Gwilt, Geo., the elder, county surveyor, architect
of Cobham, Leatherhead and Godalming
bridges 58. 65-7
Gwydir, Lord see Burrell
Gwynne, Mr., of Abinger Ho. 48. 63
Gyle see Geale
Gynes see Guines
,

John (London^ waxchandler and his


widow, Sarah 57. 23; see also Hanys
Hale see Farnham
Hale: Chas.,and his w. Martha, arms of (Battersea) 55. 33; Charlotte, aft.w. of Thos., 2nd
Earl of Onslow, q.v.; Thos. (Betchworth)
59. 42;

59. 36;

Wm. 42. 6

arms of 46. 65; Jane, aft. w.


of Edw., Lord Bray,<?.i>.; Sir Rich. 46. 65, his
w. Anne, nee Norbury 46. 62, 64, 65
Hales: Sarah (Send) 39. 99; Ste.,R.of Teddington,
Mx., a Georgia trustee 47. 54-7
Halfarre,Thos.51.96
Haliewaye, Thos. (Merstham) 59. 48
Halifax, Dr. 46. 54
Halifax, Earl of see Montague
Haleighwell: fam.,

Hall, Halle:
(Chilworth) 46. 34; Miss (Chilworth) 46. 34; Ben. (Charlwood) 59. 41; Geof.
atte 43. 96; Hy. (Ewell) 54. 118, 119, 123; Jos

(Newington Butts), token of 56. 41; Ralph


(Charlwood) 59. 41; Rich. (Chipstead) 59.42;
Ste. (Egham), tokens of 48. 23, 56. 34; Thos.,
R.of Lambeth 45. 114;Wm. (Lingfield) 59. 59
Hallamby, Mr. (Guildford) 46. 31, 33
Hals, Franz, painting by, at Nonsuch Park Ho.
51.133
Halsey, Mr., friend of Wm. Bray 46. 54
Halstead, Essex, V.of see Geale, Thos
Halstow, Upper, Kent, R. of see Paynter
Halvehyde, John ate (Fetcham) 55. 17

Ham (Hamme):
commons and enclosures
at 52. 39;

meso.

site at

48. 137, 146; lands


52. 3

Ham Common

Ham, manor of see Chertsey; Cobham


Ham, East, Essex, V. of see Fynche
Ham, Hamme: Dan. (Ockham) 60. 62; John a
(Kingston) 44. 124; Rob. de, alias Rob. de

Hacche set Hatch


Hackhurst (Hockhurst, Hockes) Downs see
Abinger
Hacstede, Roland de 43.88
Hadaway, Jas. (Epsom) 57. 16, 17
Haddon: John (Egham) 47. 27; Walt., M. P. for
Reigate 39. 59
Hadlow,Kent 42.114

Hadlow Down, Sx. 40. 105


Hadresham, fam. of 39. 53
Haematite ware see Pottery:

E.I. A.
Haffenden, J. Wilson, Hon. Visits Organiser and
Vice-President of S.A.S. 53. 36, 87; Faculty
pews in parish churches 52. 88-9; Gate at

Charlwood from John Tradescant's house


48. 157-8; Pepys and Braboeuf manor 50. 167
Haffolde see Alfold
Haggard, D.J. The ruins of Old Woking Palace
,

55.124
Haies, Rich. (Reigate) 59. 53
Haigh, David, M. F. H. 43. 8

Hailsham,Sx. 40.105
Haimer, priest 43. 96
Haines, Haynes, Heynes: And. (Blechingley)
59. 54; Anne (Send) 39. 99; Benedict (Ewell)
54. 90; John (Burstow) 59. 39; John (Chipstead)

Coveham, q.v.; Thos. (Ockham) 60. 61


Ham House see Petersham
Hamal, fam., arms of (Ashtead) 48. 107
Hambledon (Hamuldon, Ambledon):
flint adze from 49. 90;glassmaker's premises at Burgate 52. 90-1; kiln, ancient 45. 141;
military assessment (1805) 52. 60; parish registers 46. 119; visitation (1724-5) 39.93
church: Hussey drawing of 49. 127; rectors of
45. 100, see also Beaver; Richardson
places: Burgate 52. 90-l;Nutbourne Brickworks 45.141;Vann 52.91
Hambridge Bottom 44. 142
Hamelot, Pet., R. of Ashtead 39. 84
Hamilton: Dr., antiquary 46. 50, 53, 54; Chas., of
Painshill Pk. 40. 76, erects gates and wheel
on R.Mole 58. 63, his grotto 51.134,135
Hamis, Fra. (Merstham) 59. 48
Hamley, Wm.,lord of the manor of Bermondsey

39.85

Hamme

see

Hammer,

Ham

Sx. 55. 121

Hammer Farm (Pond) see


Hammer stone, Weybridge

Cranleigh

49. 100-1, illus.


quartzite, Ash 50. 137, illus.

Hammer-head,
Hammersley: fam., arms

of (Ash)

48.98;Wm.,
55

Hammersleycont.
alias Spode, arms
his

Harding, Hardinge: Joan M., investigates


of (Battersea) 55. 39-40,

memorial (Ash)

48. 98

Hammond, Hammon, Hamman, Haman:

Nich.

(Charlwood) 59. 40; Rich. (Betchworth) 59.37;


Rich. (Kingston), token of 48. 26, 56. 38; Thos.,
buys Byfleet Pk. 45. 71, 50. 103; Sir Wm.
(Carshalton) 39. 87; Wm. (Horley) 59.44
Hampshire: Archdeacon of see Ralph; "Pilgrims'
Way" in 44. 49-70, 79-80; Sheriff of see Turstin; see also Aldershot; Alresf ord; Barton
Stacy; Bentley; Boldre; Bramley; Cheriton;
Chilcomb; Combe; Crondall; Eversley; Fareham; Heath Brow; Kingsley; Liss; Mapledur-

ham;Meon, East;Meonstoke;Middleton;Morstead; New Forest; Oakhanger; Selborne;


Shipton; Stoneham; Tichfield Abbey; Warnborough, South; Wherwell; Wield; Winchester;

Winnall; Wishanger; Yateley

Hampshire, Hy 51.92
Hampstead, Mddx. 52. 39
Hampton, Mddx.,Kyngham game at 44. 129; the
"Toy" 46.47
Hampton, Oxon. 41. 125,126
Hampton, Hamptona: Alex, de 42. 96; Alice de,
aft. w. of Walt, de Poyle, q. v.; Edw. (Reigate)
59. 50; John, V. of Reigate 59. 54; Percy de
42. 92; Rowland, bequests to 52. 37, 38; Wm.,

stone, q.v.
Harfull see Alfold
Hargreaves: fam., arms of (Abinger) 48.63;
Charlotte Anne, aft. w. of Sir Jas. Scarlett,
q.v.

Harlam, Nich. 42. 93


Harland, Hy., lease of Bishop's Hall, Kingston
48.2
Harley see Horley
Harley,Tim.,/ws Marley (Barnes), token of

48,20,56.30
Harling, Harlinge, Harlling, Harlyng, Harline:

Dan. (Burstow) 59. 39; John 45. 96; John


(Blechingley) 59. 55; John (Home) 59. 57; Rich.
(Home) 59. 57; Thos. (Home) 59. 57
Harlow: Mrs. (Lambeth) 39. 95; Thos., alias
Bird (Byrde), q.v.

Harme, Rich. (Ockham)

R. of Blechingley 59. 54, 56

Hampton Court, Mddx., Coombe

Hill conduit

houses and the water supply system of H.C.


Palace 56. 3-14, illus.; History of Tliames
bridges at H.C. 58. 79-86,/)/.; honour of,
Byfleet manor attached to 45.65

Hampton Park see Seale


Hamuldon see Hambledon

mound

Albury 58. 114; Nich., livings of 39. 95, 97;


Sam. (Wanbo rough) 60. 84
Hardredeshull, John (Leatherhead) 55. 17
Hards: John (Buckland) 59. 38; Rob. (Blechingley)
59.55
Hardwick, Wm., V. of Betchworth 59. 37
Hardwicke, Earl of see Yorke
Hardwyne, John, bailiff of Byfleet manor 45. 56
Hare, John 54.131
Harenc, Susanna Mary, aft. w. of Sir Arch. Edmonat

60. 61

Harmes Hatch see Send


Harmidge, Marmaduke, and

his sister Henrietta

(Barnes) 50. 130


Harmondsworth, Middx., 43. 53;

manor

of

Pery

43.54
Harms Heath see Ockham

Hansard, Hannsard, Haunsard: Sir John (Little

Harold, of Ewyas 40. 29


Harp, Ste. (Nuffield) 59. 49
Harpe, Henry, "book called" (1492) 52.45
Harpen, Sir Hy., Bt. (Banstead) 50. 105
Harpffyld, Dr., Archdeacon of London, bequest to
52.42
Harris, Hearrys: fam., of Abcot, Salop., arms of
(Ash) 48. 97; fam., arms of (Banstead) 50.116,
122; Mr. (Banstead), attorney 39. 84; Eliz., aft.
w.of Isaac Hughes, q. v.; John, R.of Ash
39. 83, 48. 97, 99, his w. (1) Ann nee Young
and (2) Mary 48. 97; J hn, R.of Chiddingfold
39. 88; John (Limpsfield) 59. 58; John (Ling-

Bookham) 58. 59, 69; John, R. of Ockham


49. 120; Thos. (Cobham) and his w. Alice
58. 59; Wm. 43. 88, 54. 62
Hanson: fam., arms of (Ashtead) 48. Ill; Sam.,
his memorial in Ashtead churchyard 48. Ill

Mary aft. w. of Nich. Lambert,


Nath., R. of Blechingley, his memorial
54. 67; Thos., and his w. Anne, nee Thomhill
(Banstead) 50. 122
Harris and Sons, A., potteries of (Farnham)

Hanworth, Rosamund, Viscountess, and Hastings,


F.A., Excavation of a mound in Weston Wood,
Alburx 58. 92-103, reply to Mr. Crawford
Knox 60. 78-81
Hanys,Walt.42.93
Harbert see Herbert
Harbroe,
(Guildford) 46. 33, 34
Harcourt, Mr. (Wotton), butler 46. 41
Harde, John (Oxted) 59. 62
Hardel, Rob., tenement of, in Southwark 43.87

52.55
Harrison, Harryson, Harison: Mr. and Mrs.,
friends of Wm. Bray 46. 54; Mr. (Streatham)
59. 4; Chas. Bruce, R. of Ockham 45. 46; Dav.,
Surrey portion of the Lewes Cartulary 43. 84112; E.E., excavates Romano- British sites
near Godalming 57. 42, 48, 49, Polished
flint axe from Godalming 59. 86,Pre-Roman

Hanby, Handby: Chas. (Guildford), tokens of


56.36

Hand-axes see Axes


Handford,Wm. (Stoke d'Abemon) 58.75-6
Hankey: fam. (Clapham) 39. 158; Mr. (Fetcham)
55. 86; Barnard, M.F.H. 43. 10; Capt. F.,
M.F.H. 43. 10; G. Barnard, M.F.H. 43. 10;
J. Barnard, M.F.H. 43. 10, ll;Sir Thos., gift
to Holy Trinity, Clapham 45. 36
Hankley

Common

see Elstead
Byfleet manor 45. 58, 59

Hannay,Wm. de,and

56

field) 59. 59;

q.v.

and Romano-British site at Charterhouse


Godalming 58. 21-34; Geo. (Kew Green) 39.

95;

Harrison, Harryson, Harison cont.


John (Rotherhithe), mealman, token of 56. 45;

Laur.51.94
Inn (War lingham,

Harrow

etc.), origin of

name

49.48

Harroway see Roads: Pre-Roman trackways


Harrowshill, origin of name 58. 102,60.77,81;
see also Albury
Harrowsley (Herewoldesle) see Horley
Hart, Harte: Edwin, Vice-President of S.A.S.
53.85,77z<? Pilgrims' Way from Skere to
Titsey.as traced by public records and remains 41. 1-33, Thunder sfield Horley: a
further historical note 45. 148-50, West
Humble chapel: historical note 47. 1-6, with
Braun, H. Coldland Farm, Thunder sfield
45. 150, with Winbolt, S E. Thunderfield Castle,
Horley: a mediaeval bloomery 45.147-8;
John (Burstow) 59. 39; John (Lingfield) 59.60;
Thos., and Glover MSS. 59. 93; Thos. (Blech,

ingley) 59. 55;W.H.,Hon. Palaeographer of


S.A.S. 53. 19, 23, 82, 90; Wm. 42. 91
Hartfield, Sx., manor of Parrock 54. 89, 94, 96

Hartforde,Wm.,R.

of

Wimbledon 45.113

Harvey, Harvie, Harvye, Harvee, Herwy: fam.,


arms of (Addington) 48. 67; Dan. (Croydon),
his w. Eliz.,nee Kynnersley 48. 78; Eliz.
42. 96; Isabel, aft. w. of John Leigh, q.v.; John,
his w.Joan, wee Nernuit and his son John
48.67; John H.,An experiment in local history 51. 102-9, The hundred of Copthorne and
Effingham 50. 157-61, Mudtown, Walton-onThames 49. 127-9, Polesden: the name and
place 50. 161-4, review by 59. 96, his English
mediaeval architects, reviewed 54. 148, his
Slyfield manor and family of Great Bookham,
reviewed 54. 148; Rob., V. of Godstone 45. 109;
Rob., Curate of Woldingham 45. 110; Wm., V.
of

Warnham

Harvist,

39. 103
(Limpsfield) 59. 58

Harward, Thos., R. of Merrow 39. 96


Hascombe (Hastcombe, Hescumb):
(See also Alfold, which now includes the former detached part of H., and Godalming,/ormer parts of which are now in H.)
connections with Sandon Hospital, Esher
57. 82; Hascombe Camp, excavations, 1931
40. 78-96; lands in 51. 88; military assess-

ment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers 46.119;


visitation (1724-5) 39.94
church: chandeliers in 47. 40; curate of see
Owen; Hussey drawings of 49. 127; rectors of
see Beaver; Warner
Haseldenne, Ralph de 43. 93, 94
Haseley, Thos., steward of Byfleet manor 45. 62
Haselwood, Hasylwode: Alice (Streatham) 52.34;
Thos. (Reigate) 59. 53

Haslemere:
(See also Thursley, former parts of which
parish are now incorporated in H.

from 46. 110; cemetery,


Romano-British 51. 2-9, 11-28, illus.; Haslemere in history, by G. R. Rolston, reviewed
axe, tranchet,

56. 163-4; iron mill at Shottermill 40. 73;

M.P. s for 39.54, 59, 61, 62, 64; military


assessment (1805) 52. 61; Museum, additions
to

41.137,42.137,43.130-1,44.171,45.167;

pottery: B. A., overhanging rim urn 55. 121,


Roman 51. 11-25; registers: non -parochial
46. 124, parish 46. 119; traders' tokens 56.37;
visitation (1724-5) 39.94
church: chandelier in 47. 40; curate of see

Veneer; Hussey drawing of 49. 127


places: Beech Rd. 51. 2;Meadfield 46.110;
Shottermill (Shotover) 40.73
Hassell, E., his views of Ockham ch. 45. 12, 22,
24, 27; J., drawing of cottage in Esher 57. 103,
drawing of Cobham Ct.45. 153, pi.; W. O.,
Surrey property of the nunnery of St. Mary,
Clerkenwell 50.157

Hastcombe see Hascombe


Hastings: fam.,

arms

of 55. 20, 26; .A.,Hau>k's

Fetcham [E.I. A. site] 60. 82; see also


Hanworth, Rosamund, and Hastings; Ralph

Hill,

(Sanderstead), his w. Maria, nee Bedell 55.

105
Hatch, Hatche, Hacche:

Ann

(Sutton) 59. 80;

Eustace de, and Pachenesham manor, Leatherhead 55. 7-17 pas si m, his w. Avice 55. 9;
John (Farleigh) 59. 66; Thos. at (Gt. Bookham)
50. 163; Rev. Thos., lord of the manor of
Sutton 59. 80
Hatcher: Edw.(Chipstead)48.42; Fra.(Chipstead)
59. 42;Jeffery (Chipstead) 59. 42; John (Buckland) 59. 38; John (Charlwood) 59. 40; John
(Chipstead) 59. 42; John (Dorking) 54.72;
John (Reigate) 59. 53; Nich. (Chipstead) 59. 42;
Nich. (Croydon), his brass 40.111,48.22,
token of 48. 22, 56. 33; Rog. (Chipstead) 48. 42;
Sam. (Reigate) 59. 51, 53; Thos. (Chipstead)
48. 42; Wm. (Chipstead) 48. 42
Hatchford see Cobham
Hatchland Place see Clandon, East
Hatchments, Albury ch.48. 91-5,Z.
Hatcliff, Hattecliff fam., arms of (Addington)
48. 69; Thos. and his w. Ann, nee Leigh,
their brass in Addington ch.48. 69
Hatfield Peverell, Essex, manor of 52. 35
Hathebund (Newington Butts), weaver 50. 157
Hather, Thos. (Horley) 59. 44
Hatsell, Wm., V. of Mitcham 39. 97
Hatton: fam., endowment in Petersham 39.95;
Jacob, R. of Long Ditton 45. 112; Rob. (Thames
Ditton) 41. 38; Thos. (Chessington) 39. 96; Wm.
(Thames Ditton) 39. 90
Haughe, Rob., R. of Barnes 45. 113
Haveledersham, Walt., Prior of Guildford 42.96
Haversham, John de 43. 105
Haversham, Baron see Thompson
Haward, Hawarde: Rich. (Tandridge) 59. 64;
Thos. (Tandridge) 59. 63, 64; Wm. (Tandridge)
59. 64; see also Hayward, Howard
Hawer,Wm., founder of school at Clapham
:

39.89

Hawes.Mr.
Hawker,

(Guildford) 46. 48

"gentleman rider"

at

Epsom
57

Hawkercont.
44.18
Hawkes, L. S., R. of Blechingley 54. 66, 67, 70
Hawkins, Hawkines: Geo. (Epsom) 57. 16; Mrs.
Jane (Epsom) 57. 3, 4, 41; John (Wandsworth),
token of 56. 47; Sam. (Ewell), chandler, token
of 56. 35

Hawkins -Whitshed, Lady, tenant of The Old


House, Mickleham 45. 153

Hawk's

Hill see

Fetcham

Hawles, Thos. (Oxted) 59. 62


Hawley, C. D., organises visits for S.A.S. 53. 86;
The Old Barn at Shackleford 44. 147
Hawthorne: John, monk of Waverley, R. of East
Clandon 45. 104, 47. 18; Wm. (Leigh) 39. 146
Hay: f am., arms of (Addington) 48. 88-90; Alex.
(Streatham) 59. 4, 8; Jas., steward of the

manor

of

Ham

58. 78

Haydon, Mr., appointed Trustee of the Turnpike


46.31,32
Hayford, Lower, Oxon., benefice of 46. 76
Hayme, Hayne: Mercy, aft. w. of (1) Nich. Carew,
(2) Arthur Ormesby, q.v.; Ste. 43. 53, 54, 55,
his w. Christine 43. 54
Haymond, Matilda (Cobham) 58.53
Hayne see Hayme
Haynes see Haines
Hayter,fam.,arms of (Ash) 48.97
Hayton: fam. 39. 53; J. D., Hon. Secretary of
S.A.S. 53. 35; Thos. (Ewell) 54. 76, 77, 79, his
dau. Agnes, aft. (1) w. of Thos. Carew, (2) w.
of Thos. Sayer, q.v.
Hayward, Haywarde, Heyward, Heywood: Arthur
B., and Hazell, Stanley, their History of Lingfield, reviewed 42. 132-3; Hy. (Warlingham)
59. 68; John, canon of Merton 47. 21; John
(Warlingham) 59. 67; John (Woldingham) 59. 68;
Mich. (Woldingham) 59. 68; Rich. (Betchworth)
59. 36; Rich. (Tatsfield) 59. 66; Rob. (Chelsham)
59. 65; Sara (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 45;
Thos. (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 45; Thos.
(Warlingham) 59. 68; Wm., grocer, fl. 1556
47.28
Hazell, Stanley see Hayward, A. B. and Hazell
Heacock, Jas. (Epsom), schoolmaster 57. 38, 40
Head, Hede: Hy. (Reigate) 59. 52; John, monk of
Waverley 47. 18; Jonathan (Cheam) 47. 82
Head cult, in Celtic and Roman Britain 60.46-9
Headley (Hedeley, Edley):

arrowhead from 58. 110; axe, tranchet, from


41. 65, 46. 99; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; on Rocque's map 40. 70, 77; parish
registers 46. 119; part of Copthorne and
Effingham Hundred 50. 157; visitation (17245)

39.94

church: rectors of see Mason; Young


places: Headley Common 40. 70; Headley

Heath 41.65,46.99,58.110
Heales, Major Alfred, his work for S.A.S. 53. 82,
83
Healey, Sir Chas. Chadwyck see Chadwyck-

Healey
Heard, Abraham (Reigate)
58

59. 53

Hearne, Thos., antiquary 54.124-31 passim


Hearnshaw, F. J. C, his Place of Surrey in the
History of England, reviewed 44. 158-9;
review by 47. 108-9
Heart burial (Esher) 57.80
Heath, Heathe: fam. (East Clandon) 60.61;
friend of Wm. Bray 46. 41; Dr. 46. 50;
Lady, of Hatchlands, E. Clandon 39. 89; Ant.
(Titsey) 59. 67; C. E., and preservation of
Stane St. at Holmwood 44. 141; Edm. (Oxted)
59.62;Edw. (East Horsley),brickmaker 58. 55;
Edw. (Reigate) 59. 53; Geo. (Caterham) 59. 65;
Hy. (Chelsham) 59. 65; Hy. (Limpsfield) 59. 58;
John (Blechingley) 59. 56; John (Cheam) 47.81;
John (Lingfield) 59. 61; John (Streatham) 59.4;
Jos. (Cheam) 47. 82; Miss O. M., acting Hon.
Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 36, her work on the
excavation and preservation of the RomanoCeltic temple on Farley Heath 48. 32, 39, her
work on the Museum 53. 68, 69, 70, 77, reorganization of Library 53. 53, Roman
burials near Farley Heath 40. 118, her History of St. Martha 's, reviewed 41. 132; Rich.,
R. of East Clandon 39. 89; Rich. (Oxted) 59. 62;
Rich. (Reigate) 59. 53; Rob., and lands in
Shere 46. 27, his w. Jenny 46. 29; Ste. (Farleigh),//. 1599 41. 39; Ste. (Farleigh),//. 1641
59. 66; Thos. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Thos. (Lingfield) 59. 60, token of 56. 40; Thos. (Tandridge)

59. 64;
48. 42;
59. 52;

Wm. (Cheam) 47. 82; Wm. (Chipstead)


Wm. (Home) 59. 57; Wm. (Reigate)
Wm. (Shere) 46.27

Heath Brow see Farnham


Heath Brow, Hants., tranchet axes from 46. 103,
105
Heathcote: fam.,

arms

of 48. 9; Sir Gil., of

The

Durdans, Epsom 44. 21, 48. 9


Heather: John (Reigate) 59. 51; Rich. (Reigate)
59.51

Edm. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Rich. (Reigate)


59. 51; Thos. (Reigate) 59. 50, token of 56. 42;
Walsingham (Reigate) 59. 53

Heathfield:

& Bayne, Messrs., makers of


Kyngham game window in Kingston Town

Heaton, Butler

Hall 44.130
Heaver: Ben. (Reigate) 59. 52; Rich. (Horley)
59. 44; Wm. (Horley) 59. 44
Heaviside, Mr. 46. 56
Hebditch, Edw. (Merstham) 59. 48
Heburne, Thos. (Wimbledon), token of 56. 48
Hector, L. C, Hon. Editor of Surrey Record
Society 53. 99
Hede see Head
Hedgecourt Lake see Godstone
Hedley see Headley
Hedresham, John, his epitaph (Lingfield) 43. 36
Heer [or rather Fleet?], Frances, aft.v/. of Jas.

Bull, q.v.
Heffield, John (Croydon), token of 56. 33

Height, John (Merstham) 59.47

Hellingly,Sx.40.105
Helmet, funeral, of Sir Thos. Vincent in Stoke
d'Abernon ch.46. 60, 47. 84-7, pi.

Helyas.Helias: Master (Southwark), sculptor

43.93,99,107
Hemington, Hunts. 46. 76
Hemingway: Edw. (Ockham) 60. 60; Thos. 60. 60
Hempel,Nicolaes Matthias, inscription in Dutch

Ockham

glass in

ch. 45. 32

Hemsell, Edw. (Blechingley) 59. 55


Hendon, alias London, Thos., canon of St. Mary
Overy, Southwark, R. of Staplehurst, Kent
47.25

Hengeham [= Hingham, Norfolk?!, Dean


Henley Park see Ash
Henley-on-Thames 51.94

of 43. 92

Henn, Hy. (Ockham) 60. 58


Hennessey, Geo., huntsman 43. 10
Henningwer, John, his w. Eliz. 51. 96
Henry, Ireland, brothers of, bequest to 43. 54
Henry II, King, and the "Pilgrims' Way" 44. 53-4
Henry m, King 42. 94, 95, 98, at Salisbury 46. 77,
benefits John de Roches 46. 79, 80
Henry IV, King, and Byfleet manor 45. 59, 61
Henry V, King, as Duke of Cornwall, and Byfleet
manor 45.61,62

Henry VI, King, and Byfleet manor 45. 62


Henry VII, King, badge of, in Battersea ch.
52.74

Henry VIH, King, and manor


51. 131, at Byfleet 45. 65,

(Thames

of Cuddington
buys Weston Manor

Ditton) 59. 33

Henry, Prince, son of Edward I 42. 97


Henry, Prince of Wales, son of James
Byfleet

manor

I,

and

45. 68, 50. 101

Henry: Prior of Bermondsey, seal of 39. 79;


V.of Carshalton 43. 54; son of Martin 43. 106;
the baker 43. 103; the clerk 43. 87;
the goldsmith and his w. Agnes 43. 86
Henry VIH Mount (The King's Standinge) see

Petersham
Heraldic roof bosses in nave of Godalming
church 50. 164-5, pis.
Heraldry see Arms, heraldic
Herbert, Herbart, Harbert: Edw. (Blechingley)
59. 54; John (Nutfield) 59. 49; Rob. 42. 95;
Thos., Earl of Pembroke, portrait of 42. 1,pl.
Herckenrode, Flanders, Abbey of, glass from, in

Ashtead ch.48.108
Hereford, Bishop of see Warton, alias Purefoy,
Rob.
Herefordshire: see Ewyas
Herewoldesle (Harrowsley) see Home
Herlane.Wm.de (Leatherhead) 55.8
Herman: Bernard, Prior of Guildford 42. 95;
Rog.,V.of Farnham 42. 115
Hermitage Bridge see Croydon
Hernemede, Rob. 42. 91
Heron: Thos., and his w., their brass (Croydon)
40. 110; Wm., and his w. Alice, their brass
(Croydon) 40.110
Herringswell, Suffolk 46. 93w
Hersham (Hersome) see Walton-on-Thames
Hertcombe, John, epitaph on (Kingston) 43. 38
Hertele, Rob., and Byfleet Pk. 45. 59
Herteshorne.Hertishorne: John, and Byfleet

manor 45. 61,62


Hertford and Gloucester, Earl of see Clare
Hertfordshire: see Cheshunt; Church, North;
Clothall; Essendon;Offley; St. Albans; Sopwell
Hertmere, Thos. de 49. 83
Herwy see Harvey
Hescumb see Hascombe
Hesse, Christian 42. 98
Hessent, Thos. (Betchworth) 59. 37
Hewett, Hewitt, Hewit, Huet, Huytte: Mr. (Puttenham)

60. 84; Eliz. 52. 49;

Hy

(Leigh) 59. 46;

Jacob (Dorking) 54. 74; Thos., R. of Sander


stead 45. 110
Hewson, Col. John, M.P. for Guildford 39. 64
Heygate: fam.,arms of (Banstead) 50. 118; Eliz.
Alice 50.118
Heynes, Gordon, Hon. Treasurer of S.A.S. 53. 35;
see also Haines
Heytesbury, fam., arms of 52. 75, 76, 77
Heyward, Heywood see Hayward
Heywood, reputed manor of see Cobham
Hicheman, Hikman, Hykman: John, and his w.
Matilda 52. 45; Thos., Master of the Queresters of St. Paul's Cathedral 52. 37
Hickson, Thos. (Cheam) 47. 74
Hidaburn see Streatham
Hide see Hyde
Higgins,
secretary to Wm.Bray 46. 58
Higgs: Mrs. (Cheam) 47. 81; Jas.and Thos.
(Epsom), apothecaries 57. 27
High Laver, Essex see Laver, High
Higham, Florence, her Southivark story reviewed
54.152-3
Highland, Heighland, Hyland: Sam., M.P. for S.
39.63

Highwaymen

46. 7

Highways see Roads


Hikman, Hykman: see Hicheman
Hilder, Thos. (Titsey) 59. 67
Hiley,Hile,Hiele, Highly: Hy.

(Home)

59. 57;

John (Lingfield) 59. 60


Hill,HiUe: Dame Eliz. (Thames Ditton) 39.90;
Hy., Curate of St. Nicholas, Guildford 39. 93;
John, R. of Windlesham and Bisley 45. 106,
107; Nich. 51 88; Sir Rowland, alderman of
London,/?. 1552 52. 40; Rowland (Lambeth),
token of 56. 39; Sir Scipio, Bt. (Weybridge)
39. 102; Thos. (Dorking), registrar 55. 56;
Wm. 51. 88; Wm. (Betchworth) 59. 36, 37, 39
Hillbury see Puttenham
Hill -forts see Early Iron Age: camps
Hillier,Hillyer,Hiller: John (Cobham), paper maker 58.62;Nath. (Stoke), and his w., portraits of 42. 7, his dau., aft. w. of Thos.
Cranley Onslow, q.v.; Rich., M.P. for Guildford 39. 63; Rob. (Beddington), token of
.

48.21,56.30
Hillington, Norfolk see Rilinton
Hillman.Sir Wm.46. 53
Hills, Hylls: Alex. (Reigate) 59. 52; Edw. (Chipstead) 59. 42; Jem, huntsman 43. 9; Peckham,
huntsman 43. 9; Rich. (Charlwood) 59. 40;
Rob. (Horley) 59. 44; Sam, huntsman 43. 8, 9;

59

Hills,

Hyllscont.

Thos. (Charlwood) 59. 41; Thos. (Reigate)


59. 53; Tom, huntsman 43. 8, 9; Wm. (Burstow)
59.39
Hilton, Dorset, manor of 51 91
Hilton: Hy. (Lambeth) 39. 95; John, R. of Gt.
Bookham 45. 104; John, R.of Woodmansterne
45. 110; see also Hylton
Hilton, Baron, benefactor in Dorking and Walton.

on-Thames

39. 90, 101

Hind,Hinde: Mr.,V.of Banstead 57. 18; Rich.


(Reigate) 59. 50; Wm. (Lambeth) 39. 95
Hindhead see Thursley
Hinges: cocks' -comb, Ewell 48. 16; wrought iron,
Ewell 48. 16
Hingham, Norfolk see Hengeham
Hinton: Mr. (Cobham), paper-maker 58. 62;
Thos., R. of Addington 39. 83; Thos. (Charlwood) 59. 41
Hirst, Nath. (Ripley), patron of Wonersh 39. 102
Hitches, John (Ewell) 54.114, 122
Hoadley, John, R. of Ockham, aft. Archbishop of
Dublin and Armagh 39. 97, 45. 29, 45, 47w
Hoard, bronze see Bronze
Hoare,Hoar,Hore: fam.,of Barn Elms (Barnes),
arms of 50. 125, 128, 129, pedigree of 50. 127;
Mr. (Sutton) 59. 84;Hy.,M.F.H.43. 9; Sir Hy.
Hugh, 3rd Bt.,and his w. Maria, nee Acland
50. 129; John (Merstham) 59. 47;Nich. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Sir Rich, and his w. Sarah, nee
Tully 50. 128; Sir Rich., 1st Bt.,his 1st w.
Anne, and 2nd w. Frances, nee Acland 50. 128;
Rich. (Gatton) 59. 43; Rob. (Caterham) 59. 64;
Thos., Prior of Cardigan 47. 16; Thos. (Caterham) 59. 65; Wm. (Merstham) 59. 48; see also

Hore,K.D.
Hoath, Thos. (Burstow) 59. 39
Hobbs, J. (Epsom), apothecary 57. 27

Hobert,Rob.,V.of Farnham 42.116


Hocham see Ockham
Hockhurst (Hockes.Hackhurst) Downs, see
Abinger
Hocktide games (Kingston) 44. 103, 104, 107
108-11
Hodcote, Berks. 41, 125
Hoddesdon, Herts., water scheme 54.99-100
Hodge, Sacharias (Reigate) 59. 50
Hodgkinson, Rob. Banks, and his w. Bridget, nee
Williams, arms of (Battersea) 55. 36
Hodgson: John, and his w.Eliz.,ee Lambert
(Banstead) 50. 118; Lawr., monk of Chertsey
47.14
Hodson, John, beU -founder 48. 157
Hofnagel, Joris,his drawing of Nonsuch Palace
58.6,10
Hogarth: Mr., friend of Wm.Bray 46. 54; Wm.,
picture of House of Commons by 42. 5
Hogg, A.H. A. see Frere,S.S.and Hogg;Myles, V.
of Dorking 54.71,72
Hogges, Thos. (Leigh) 59. 46-7
Hoggett, Hoget, Houggett, Huggett: Abraham
(Home) 59. 57; Ant. (Home) 59. 57; Geo.
60

(Home) 59. 57; Geo. (Oxted) 59. 63


Hog's Back, barrow on see Puttenham;Hussey
drawing of view from 49. 127; "Pilgrims' Way"
along 44. 27, 53, 55, 66-7, 82; Romano-British
farms south of the Hog's Back 57.42-71
Hogsmill, river 41 36, 51. 125, 126, 54. 104
Hoheneck, Germany, Roman villa and tile kiln
at 45. 89, 92,95
Hohmley see Homleye
Hokhurst, Geof de 43. 101
Holand, Holond, Holande: Barth. 52. 34; John
52. 35; Math. 52. 41; Rich. 52. 35; see also
Holland
Holden: Fra. (Walton-on-Thames), token of
56. 47; John, and his w. Anne 51. 87; John
.

(Blechingley) 59. 55

Holdernesse,Earle of see Ramsay, J.


Holdsworth: Geo. (Epsom) 57. 13; John (Reigate)
59. 50; Ralph (Reigate) 59. 54; Rob., R.of
Peperharow 39. 98
Hole,Hoale: Mrs. (Guildford) 46. 42; John (Lingfield) 39. 96; Thos. (Reigate) 59. 51; Thos.
(Tatsfield) 59. 66
Holebourne, John de 43. 88
Holeghe: Helyas de 43. 107; Hy.de (Reigate)
43.86, 88; John de 43.107
Holes, John (Walton), token of 56.47

Holford, Sir John, chaplain 47. 27


Holgate: John, V. of Effingham 46. 139; John, R.
of Ockham 45. 45; Thos. (Battersea), butcher
52.41
Holgyll,Wm., Master of the Savoy Hospital,
Westminster 54. 84
Holland, Rich. (Reigate) 59. 51
Holies, Thos. Pelham-, Duke of Newcastle see
Pelham -Holies
Holley, Wm. (Cheam), innkeeper 47. 69, 71, 73, 82

Hollier,Wm.,V.of Carshalton 39.87


Hollingworth: Mr. (Guildford) 46. 44; Ben., R.of
Nutfield 39. 97;

Wm., patron

of Nutfield 39. 97

Hollins, A. J. A., his Dunsfold's church and


story, reviewed 45. 161-2
Hollis, John (Kingston), token of 56. 38

Holloway: Alex. (Crowhurst) 39.90; John (Farnham), token of 56. 35


Holman, Hollman: Mr., uncle of Wm.Holman
Hunt (Ewell) 51. 126; Geof. (Blechingley)
59. 54; Mich. (Titsey) 59. 66; Rich. (Dorking)
54. 73; Rob., M.P. for Surrey 39. 63; Rob.
(Blechingley) 59. 54; Wm. (Nutfield) 59. 49
Holmbury see Ockley
Holmden: John (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Wm. (Lingfield) 59. 60

Holme, fam., arms of (Battersea) 55.37


Holmes, Hollmes, Homes: John (Horley) 59.43,
44; John M., Romano-British cemeteries at
Haslemere and Charterhouse 51. 1-28; Rich.
(Reigate) 59. 53; Rob. (Reigate) 59. 50; Rob.
(Titsey) 59. 67

Holmesdale see Reigate


Holmesdale Natural History Club, addition

museum

41. 137

to

Holm wood:
(See also Capel and Dorking, of which
parishes H. was formerly part)

Defoe at 55.
Stane

51, 59, 60;

St. in 44.

lime -kiln in 59.23-4;

140-3, pi., 53. pi.

Xm

places: Anstie Grange 44. 141, 143; Hambridge Bottom 44. 142; Redlands Wood

Hurst 49.98-9; Saxon pot from Thursley


51. 152-3; Two flint axes from Coulsdon
49.94-8
Hopkins: Mr., of Painshill Pk.,Cobham 40. 76;
Thos., friar of Guildford 47. 25
Hopson: Edw. (Weybridge) 39.102;Sir Thos.
(Weybridge), widow of 39. 102
Hopwood, Jas., servant 47. 27

44.140-3

Holmwood, Holmewood, Homewood, Homwood:


Geo. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Hy. (Horley) 59. 45;
John (Burstow) 59. 39; John (Horley) 59.44;
John (Leigh) 59.46; John (Lingfield) 59. 60;
Nich. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Rob. (Horley) 59. 44;
Thos. (Burstow) 59. 39; Thos. (Home) 59. 57;
Thos. (Lingfield) 59. 60
Holt, Denbighshire 45. 75, 81, 89, 90, 95
(BetchHolt,Holte: fam., arms of 55. 22;
worth) 59. 37; John, V. of Wonersh 45. 106;
Wm., minister of Burstow 59. 38
Holy Cross, Brethren of, at Tooting 57. 93
Holy places 54.19-20
Homleye, Hohmley: John (Kingston) 44.115;
Thos. (Limpsfield) 59. 58
Hone, Math. Rich. (Gatton) 59. 42
Hones see Whetstones
Honybee, Edm., ? alias Downham, canon of
Merton 47. 22
Hooke,John (Bramshott, Hants) 39.64
Hooker: Hy. (Shere) 46. 29; Rich. (Charlwood)
59.40
Hooley (Wholey, Wolley) see Coulsdon
Hooper: Mr., huntsman 43.9;Hilda J., Relationship of Richard Drake of Esher and Admiral
Sir Francis Drake 52. 88, Some Surrey wills
in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury Pt.I
51. 82-96, Pt.H 52. 32-49; Morris, note on the
White Hart, Reigate 42. 120; Wilfred, Hon.
Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 36, his contributions
to S.A.S. publications 53. 94, 95, his mesolithic
research, tribute to 52. 1-2, his work on
barrows 42.30,42, 52, 55, 122, 135, notes on
the diary of Wm. Bray 48. 158,49. 126, notes
on White Hart, Reigate 42. 119, notes on White
Horse, Dorking 54. 71, obituary of A.Bonner
47. 122, organizes excursions for S.A.S.
53. 85; Brass chandeliers in S. churches
47. 29-47, Lingfield Parish Church 46. 137-8,
Ockley tithingman's wand 49. 124, A paleolithic flint from Reigate 45. 140-1, Pygmy
flint industries of Surrey 41. 50-78, The Pilgrims' Way and its supposed pilgrim use
44. 47 -83, Reigate 46. 138, Reigate-old bricks
40. 122-3, Reigate tradesman's card 48. 158;
Rocque's map of Surrey 40. 65-77, addenda
41. 127-8, Seventeenth-century window at
Compton 48. 157, Shere [church] 47. 102;
Surrey seventeenth-century tokens 48. 17-30,
reviews by 44. 168,47. 116-8,48. 166; see
,

also Frere S.S.and Hooper

Hope: Mrs. (Chobham) 39. 88; Wm. (Home) 59. 57


Hope-Taylor, Brian, excavation by 54. 134-5;
Celtic agriculture in Surrey 50. 47-72; A
newly discovered round barrow on Croham

Hord, Horde, Hordes: fam. (Ewell), lords of the


manor of Fitznells 51. 127, 54. 108-21 passim,
brass in Ewell ch. 51 127; Allen 54. 108; Edw.
.

54. 118, 120, 121; Eliz. 54, 80, 108, 121

Hore, K. D., Mediaeval pottery from Chipstead


and Tatsfield 60. 86; see also Hoare

Horle,Math.42.99
Horley (Harley):
(See also Home, in which parish former parts
of H. are now included)
axe, flint, from 55. 119;bloomery, med.,at
Thunderfield 45. 146-50; Early days in
Horley, Sidlow and Salfords, by E. Lane,
reviewed 57. 106; enclosures 48. 145, 146, 147,
148; Horley, its church and people through ten
centuries, by E. Lane, reviewed 58. 119;
Harrowsley, a tithing of Blechingley, right
of warren in 54. 59, 61; holding of Sutton at
Thunderfield 59. 69; lands in 45. 149, 52. 35;
lime-kiln (17th cent.) 60. 87-8; manor, held
by Chertsey Abbey 59. 69; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; on Rocque's map 40.70,
71, 72, 73; parish registers 46. 119; Protestation returns 59. 43-5; visitation (1724-5)

39.94
church: Glynne's notes on 55. 91; parson of see
Walter; vicars of see Billingsley; Brown, Wm.
places: Bonehurst Rd.55. 119; Bonners Farm
55. 120; Cinderfield 45. 150; Coldland Farm
45. 150, pi.; Glebe Ho. (the old vicarage)
60. 88; Harrowsley (Herewoldesle) 54.59,61;

Heaver's Wood 48. 147; Horley Common


40. 73; Thunderfield (Thundersfield) 54.19,
56. 157, 59. 69; Thunderfield (Home) Castle
40.72,45.146-50,56.145
Horley, John (Betchworth) 59.37
Hornby, Geo., monk of Sheen, R.of Chignall,
Essex 47.19
Horncastle, Hy., excavates Waverley Abbey
53.50

Home

(Hourne):

(See also Godstone, Horley and Tandridge,

which parishes parts of H. were formerly

in

included.)

enclosure 48. 144; lands in 52. 35; military


assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers
46. 119; Protestation returns 59. 57-8; visitation (1724-5) 39.94
church: chaplain of see Gilbert; Glynne's notes
on 55. 92; rectors of see Jones, Wm.jStileman

Home, Emma,

aft. Wynter,g.i>.
(Thunderfield) Castle see Horley
Horningsheath, Suffolk 46. 88
Horse racing see Racing

Home

61

Horsell (Horshill,Hoswell):
barrows on H. Common 40. 56, 61

42. 30, 41, pi. hunting, the Horsell, Surbiton


and Worcester Park Beagles 43. 14; meso.
sites 41. 55, 77, 52. 2; military assessment
(1805) 52. 61; on Rocque's map 40. 70; open
field 48. 135; parish registers 46. 119; visitation (1724-5) 39.94
;

church: chandeliers in 47. 40; a chapel of


Woking 39. 102; curate of see Evans, Wm.;
Glynne's notes on 55. 92
places: Horsell Common 40. 56, 61-2, 63,

42.30,41
Horsenell,

(Guildford) 46. 34
point see Flint and stone artifacts:

Horsham

mesolithic
Horsley, trader's token of 56. 37
Horsley, Houseley: John, and son, brass founders
47. 38; Rob., monk of Sheen 47. 20
Horsley, East (Esthorsley):
burial, Saxon 54. 136, 56. 143; enclosure
48. 144;flint mine, neo. and med. 51. 142,
52. 11-18, illus.; Fox fam. of 58. 56; manors:
60. 58, in Domesday 39. 148, tithing of Ockham
60. 59, tithing of Ockley 49. 124; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers
46. 119; on Rocque's map 40. 76
church: epitaph in 43. 40; Glynne's notes on
55. 83; rectors of

places:

Wood

see Beard; David


52. 11; Little Mornshill

Green Dene
60. 59

Horsley, West:
burials found in 1800 56. 147; enclosure
48. 142;

manor

of 39. 51, 60. 60;

meso. finds

52. 9; military assessment (1805) 52.61;


neo. site at Netley Heath 52. 19-23; on Roc-

que's

map

Farm

52.

40. 76; parish registers 46. 119;


tithes of 46. 92; visitation (1724-5) 39. 94
church: chandeliers in 47. 30, 45; epitaph in
43. 39; Glynne's notes on 55. 113, in relation
to font 55. 67;Hussey drawings of 49. 127;
rectors of see Aspull; Gower; Loughore;
Piatt; Weston; unusual window 45. 19
places: Netley Heath 52. 19-23; Nob Wood

28

Horsleydown see Southwark


Horton see Epsom
Horton,Sx.40.30
Hoskins: Chas. (Godstone) 39. 93; Chas. (Oxted)
59. 63; W. G., his Local history in England,
reviewed 57. 105-6; Sir Wm., patron of Oxted

39.98
Hospitali, Ralph de 43. 103
Hospitals, monastic see Esher: Sandon; South-

wark:

Thomas; Westminster: Savoy


Wm.,of Pyports, Cobham 60. 70

St.

Hoste, Sir

Hoswell see Horsell


Hough: Hy.52.37;Nath.,R.of St. George the
Martyr, Southwark 39. 100; see also Huff
Hounds see Hunting
Hourne see Home
House, John, his survey of the manor of Milton
(Egham) 41.49
62

of Commons see Parliament


Houseley see Horsley
Houses see Architecture
Howard, Haward, Hawarde: fam., and Reigate
Priory estates 47. 4, arms of (Ashtead)
48. 101, 106, 107, 109, pedigrees 48. 100, 102-3,
tombs (Lingfield) 55. 96, 97; Mr. (Dorking)
39. 90; Mrs. (Ashtead) 55. 69; Catherine, Queen
see Catherine; Chas. ,fl. 1523 51. 87, 89; Chas.,
2nd Baron Howard of Effingham, 1st Earl of
Nottingham, and Byfleet Pk. 45. 68, connec-

House
-2, 63, illus.

tions with Reigate 52. 92, his epitaph (Reigate)


43. 39, letter to Sir Wm. More 58. 66, LordLieutenant of S. 40. 41, 42, 51, 53, M.P. for S.
39. 56, 57; Chas., 2nd Earl of Nottingham,
Lord-Lieutenant of S.40.42, 54, M.P. for S.
39. 57, 60; Sir Chas. ,fl. 1613, Keeper of Byfleet
Pk. 45. 68; Hon. Chas., d. 1713, lord of the
manor of Dorking 55. 48-58 passim; Sir Chas.,
fl. 1756, reviews regiment at Guildford
46. 33; Chas., 12th Duke of Norfolk 46. 50;
Chas., 13th Duke of Norfolk 46. 52; Diana, aft.
w. of Edw. Ward, q. v.; Sir Edm. 51 86, 87, 89,
52. 47, his w. Joyce, nee Colepeper 51 86, 89,
.

Edw., Keeper and Steward of Byfleet


Pk. 45. 67, 68, 71; Sir Fra., [d. 1651 ?], of
Eastwick, Gt. Bookham, M.P. for S. 39. 62;
Hon. Fra.,/7. 1725 39. 86; Frances Bowes,
aft. w. of Rich. Bagot, q.v.; Geo. ,fl. 1523, 1527
51.87, 89; Sir. Geo., fl. 1565 51. 90;Hy.,/Z.
1523 51. 87, 89; Hy., 7th Duke of Norfolk,
Lord-Lieutenant of S. 40. 42, 43, 54; Hy. Bowes,
4th Earl of Berkshire, lord of the manor of
Ashtead 48. 100, 101; Dr. John (Guildford)
40. 44; Dr. Jos. Jackson, editor of the Herald's
90; Sir

Visitation of S. 53. 90; Marg. 51. 89; Mary


51 89; Hon. Mrs. Mary Greville, nee Bagot,
her memorial in Ashtead ch.48. 106-7, gift
of stained glass from Flanders to Ashtead
ch. 48. 108, lady of the manor of Ashtead
48. 100, 101; M. Maitland, Finds at Cuddington
49. 117-9; Sir Rob., lord of the manor of Ashtead 48. 100, 104; Thos., 2nd Duke of Norfolk,
Earl of Surrey, d. 1524, his arms (Godalming)
50. 164; Thos., 3rd Earl of Arundel, Lord
Lieutenant of S.40. 42, 54; Thos., 6th Baron
Howard of Effingham 39. 86, 96; Thos., lord of
the manor of Ashtead, d. 1701 48. 100, 104,
his memorial in Ashtead ch.48. 109, his w.
Diana, nee Newport, aft. (2) w. of Wm. Fielding,
q.v., his son, Thos. 48. 109; Thos., of Ashtead
.

Pk.,/Z. 1770 40. 76; Thos. (Gt. Bookham)


39. 86; Wm., 1st Baron Howard of Effingham
39. 56, 59, 52. 92, Lord-Lieutenant of S.
40.41, 53, his dau., bequest to 51.90;Wm.,
fl 1 597,
.

son of Chas

2nd Baron,

P f or
.

39.57

52.41
Howe,
Howland, Mrs. (Streatham) 39. 100
Howley, fam., arms of (Addington) 48. 67, 68,
Wm., Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of

78;

(Addington) 48. 67-8, 72, 78, his w. Frances,

nee Belli 48. 68

Hownsted see Ownstead


Howorth, Lt. Gen. Sir Edw., arms of (Banstead)
50. 106, his w. Amelia Anne, nee Thurlow
50.106
Howrs, Edw. (Merstham) 59. 48
Howse: Thos.,Hon. Librarian of S.A.S. 53. 50,
55; Thos. (Yateley, Hants.) 58. 60
Hoy, Sam. (Thames Ditton), token of 56. 47
Hubbard: Sir John (Kew Green) 39.95;Ste.

Hunter: John, R.of Oxted 45. 109; Hon. Brigadier


Rob., patron of Chertsey 39. 88; Thos.Orby,
of Waver ley Abbey 40. 75
Hunting: in Surrey 43. 1-15, pis.; at Croydon

41.135

Hunting Club, pack hunted by Col. Hylton Jolliffe


43.7
Huntingdonshire: see Hemington; St Neot's
Huntington, Rev. Wm., residences in Thames
Ditton 58.115
(Kingston), token of 56. 38
Huntley: John, alias Lingfield, q. v.; Mrs. Sarah
Hudnall, Hy. (Lingfield) 59. 60
Hudson:
Major of Militia 40. 48, 49; Mrs.
(Woodmansterne) 39. 103
Anne (Leatherhead) 39. 95; Edm. (Betchworth) Hurley, Berks., V. of see Roke.Wm.
59. 37; Edw. (Leatherhead) 39. 95; Rich. (Betch- Hurlock, John, patron of Cranleigh 39. 153
worth) 59. 37; Rob., steward of Epsom races
Hurst, Hy. (Merstham) 59. 47
Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hants. 46. 75; V.of see
44. 13, 15; Rob., and his w. Marianne, nee
Merevale
Knightley, arms of (Banstead) 50. 105; Rob.
Hurt, Edm. (Tandridge) 59. 64
(Cobham) 58. 55; Thos., portrait by 42. 5;
Thos. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Walt. (Gt. Bookham) Hurt Wood see Shere
51. 105; Wm. (Reigate) 59. 50
Hurtmore, manor of see Godalming
Huscarle: fam.,arms of (Battersea) 52.72,75,
Huet see Hewett
55. 36; Sir Thos. 52. 72
Huff, Wm. (Warlingham) 59. 67; see also Hough
Husee, Wm., of Nor bury Pk. 47. 3
Hugh, Archdeacon of Winchester 43. 102, 103;
Husewyff, Rog., priest 51. 93
mason of Merstham 43. 88; Prior of St. Paneras, Lewes 43. 86; le Taverner see Taverner Hussey, R. C, bequest, in Bodleian Library,
Oxford, Surrey references in 49. 126-7
Hugh, Lord, son of Otho 42. 92
Hughes: Dom Anselm, The manor of Tooting
Hut circles, Farnham 41. 77-8
Hutchinson, Mr ., R. of Weybridge 43. 45
Bee and its reputed priory 59. 1-14; Arthur,
Huyssing, portrait by 42.
drawing of Ewell Dipping Place 48. 16; Edw.
Huytte see Hewett
Hughes Ball, purchase of Byfleet Pk.45.73,
Hybernia, Alan de 43. 88; see also Hyrland;
purchase of Oatlands Pk. 51. 35; G.M., his
Ireland
Roman roads in Soidh-East Britain, reviewed
Hyce, Tobias (Home) 59. 57
44. 166-8; Isaac (Banstead) 41. 31, 42. 86, his
Hyde, Hide: Edw. (Egham), token of 56. 34; Hy.,
1st w. Eliz., nee Harris, and 2nd w. Sarah,
R.of Fetcham 51. 92; Jas. (Charlwood) 59.41;
nee Buckle 42. 86; John (Banstead) 41.31,
John, huntsman 43. 10; Thos. atte, his w. Agnes
42.86
and son Thos. 42. 94
Huguenots, in Wandsworth 39. 101, 102
Hyett, Hyet: J. (Epsom), apothecary 57. 27; John,
Hull: Mr., of the Leith Hill Tower 46. 41; Alio R.of Gt.and Little Bookham 39. 86
nore 51. 93; Rich., of Leith Hill Place 40. 77
Hykman see Hicheman
Humble, West see Mickleham
Humfrid, Umfrid: the chaplain 43. 101, 102m, 103
Hyland see Highland
Humphrey, Humphery, Humf rey, Humfry, HumHylton, Lord see Jolliffe; see also Hilton
Hynds, Hyndeby: Thos., monk of Sheen 47. 19
frie: John (Caterham) 59. 64; John (CharlHyngespe, Lady Ela de 42. 93
wood) 59. 41; John (Horley) 59. 44; John
Hyom, John, friar of Guildford 47. 26
(Leigh) 59. 46; Mich. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Paul,
Hypocausts: Cobham 50. 78; Farnham 54.49;
lord of the manor of Chipstead 48. 44; Rich.
Walton -on -the -Hill 51.70
(Reigate) 59. 50. 52; Solomon (Reigate) 59. 51;
Hyrland, Hyrlande: Ralph de 43. 87, 106; see also
Thos. (Reigate) 59. 53; Wm. (Caterham) 59. 64
Hybernia; Ireland
Humphries, P. H., London to Portslade Roman
road 59. 89
Hythefields [?Egham] 48.135
Hundreds, meeting places of: Blackheath
60. 86-7, Copthorne and Effingham 50. 158,
Ibbetson, Rich., R. of Lambeth 39. 95
Woking 56. 146
Ibry: Wm., canon of St. Paul's and parson of
Hunger Hill see Chertsey
St. Mary Mounthaw, London, his wiU 52. 42-3,
Hungerford: Ant. (Nuffield) 59.48; Walt., arms
his nephew John and nieces Marg. and
of 52.75,77
Margery 52. 42
Hunsdon, Lord see Carey
Ice house, Ewell 45. 156
Hunsterton, Joan, nee Saunder 54. 85
Ikene, Rich, de, steward of Byfleet manor 45. 52
Hunt,Hunte: Mr. (Guildford) 46. 38; Jas. (FarnIlleston, Thos., steward of Byfleet manor 45. 58
ham), token of 56. 35; John 42. 91; Thos.
Illingworth, John 51 87
(Beddington), his brass 40. 108; Thos. (ReiHlman, Hy. (Burstow) 59. 39
gate) 59. 54; Wm.Holman, picture painted at
nsley, Berks. 41. 125
Ewell 51.126

63

Isabella, Queen, and Byfleet manor 45. 52


Isleworth, Mx., Syon Convent 52. 42
Istead, Isted: John (Nuffield), the elder ,/Z. 1659
55. 56; John (Nutf ield) ,/Z 1641 59. 49; John
(Warlingham) 59. 67; Sam. (Blechingley) 59. 55
Ivatts,W.P.,debt collector for S.A.S. 53. 23, 69

Image bracket, Ockham 45. 15, 16


Imber (Ember) Court see Ditton,

Thames
Imberbourne,Sx.43.93
(Merrow), huntsman 43. 14
Imms,
Imworth, Ralph de 57. 81, 84
Imworth (Imber) Court see Ditton, Thames
Incumbents, Surrey, in 1562 45. 97-115

Ive,Thos.52.45
,

Independents, in S. parishes 39. 85, 86, 99, 100


Industries: see Gunpowder- mills; Iron industry;
Kilns; Lavender distilleries; Malthouse;
Mines; Paper-mill; Peppermint distilleries;
Rag-mill; Starch- mill
Ingam see Ingram
ingas place-names 56. 139, 141, 145, 146, 157
Inge,Yngge: Dav. 51. 95; Wm., Archdeacon of
S.46.93
Ingelow, John (Stanwell, Middx.), surgeon 58. 74
Ingfield (Englefield) Green see Egham
Inglesham, Rob. de, Archdeacon of S. and
Gloucester 46.72-4
Inglis,Inglishe: Alex., R. of St. Mary Magdalene,
Bermondsey 45. 114; John, Bishop of Nova
Scotia,

arms

of 52. 69

(Gatton) 59. 43
Inn signs, Epsom 48. 12
Inns see under parishes
Inscription, mediaeval, Merstham ch. 48. 154, pi.;
see also Epitaphs
Inwood: John (Cobham) 58. 49; Math. (Reigate)
59. 53; P. G., "Thor 's Stone " on Thursley
54.

138-41

Ireland: see Armagh; Henry; Killala


Ireland, Irland, Ierland: Nich. (Caterham) 59.64;
Rich., his sister Eliz., and manors in Alfold
48. 96; Wm., armiger, his dau.Marg., aft.w.
of Ralph Leigh, <?.r.;Wm. (Ho rley) 59.43,44;
see also Hybernia, Hyrland
Iremonger,Irmunger: Rich. (Reigate) 59.50;
Walsingham (Leigh) 59. 46

Iron Age see Early Iron Age


Iron industry: in the Weald 39. 158; in Sussex
49. 53; felling of trees for, prohibited 47. 49;

Abinger 40. 73; Cobham 58. 62, 65; Cranleigh


47. 48-51; Newdigate 39. 146-7; E.I.A.: Ewell
50. 13,Hascombe 40. 92-3, Lingfield 41. 80,
Roman: Walton-on-the-HiU 51.63;med.:

90;

Horley 45. 147-50, pi.; Tudor: Lingfield


41. 88-90; see also Forges
Iron objects: E.I. A.: Ewell 50. 21; Roman: Ewell
48. 5&,illus., 50. 21; Saxon: Mitcham 56.127;
see also Arrowheads, Brooches; Coin; Daggers; Keys; Knives; Knocker; Pins; Purses;
Sickle; Spearheads; Stylus; Sword-batten;

Swords
Ironwork, ornamental: designs of Jean Tijou
48. 8-10; in Epsom and Ewell 48. 8-16, pis.;
see also Gates, ornamental
Irwin, Erwin: Chas. (Walton-upon-Thames),
tokens of 56. 47; Col. John, his w. Lady Mary
(Send) 39.99
64

48.69
Master of Sandon Hospital
Wm. (Warlingham) 59. 67
Ivingheho, Ralph de 43. 92
Ives,
Ives,

57. 77, 78, 84

Ivory bracelet, Saxon, Mitcham 56. 117


Ivorye,Iverye: Rob. (Burstow) 59. 39; Ste. (Lingfield) 59. 59
Iwardbv. Iwarby.Iwarbys: fam.,arms of (Battersea) 52. 72, 75, 55. 36; fam., lords of the manor
of Fitznells (Ewell) 51. 127; Jane, aft. w.of
Sir John St. John, 9. r.; Joan, aft. w.of Nich.
Saunder,<7.e\;Sir John (EweU) 54.85
Ixworth, Suffolk, manor of 51.131
J.,

Ingram, Ingrame, Ingam: Arthur (Reigate) 59.53;


Chris. (Reigate) 59. 51; John 52.41;Wm.

Common

Ivers Jas senior and his w Hannah nee


Trecothick, and son Jas., aft. Trecothick

H, obituary of Lord Farrer of Abinger

47.123-5
Jackman: Thos., surveyor

58. 58;

Thos. (Crow-

hurst) 59. 56

Jackson: Barth. (Tatsfield) 59. 66; Geo. (Blechingley) 59. 54; Hy. (Merstham) 59. 48; J. Wilfred, report on animal bones from Carshalton
E.I.A. camp 49. 74; Rich. (Tatsfield) 59. 66;
Rob., and his w. Eliz., their brass (Croydon)
40. Ill; Rob. (Putney), tokens of 56. 42; Sir
T. G., and restoration of Cobham ch. 45. 27,
30; Thos. (Blechingley), schoolmaster 39. 86;
Thos., R. of Chaldon 39.87, 88
Jacops, Aeltien, inscription in Dutch glass in

Ockham

ch. 45. 32

Jakys see Jaques


James I, King, and racing at Croydon 44. 2-3;
arms of, in Abbot's Hospital, Guildford
51. 101; hunts in S. 43. 3-4
James H. King, as Duke of York, hunts at
Dorking 55. 51
James: Mr., coUeague of Wm. Bray 46. 36, 37,
38; Capt.E.R.,and the "Pilgrims' Way"
44. 54-6, 59, 66, 69, 76, 77; Evan, note on
bridge over R. Graveney 59. 6; Thos., alias
Wm. Marter, brasier 54. 72, 73
Janssen, Cornelius, portrait by 42.
Jaques, Jakys: Sir John, M. P. for Haslemere
39. 61. 62; Thos. 42. 97
Jeal, Eric, his excavations at Ewell 50. 9, 45;
see also Geale
Jeames, Wm. (Burstow) 59. 39
Jeffrey, Jeff ery, Jeff eries see Geoffrey
JekyU, Gertrude, her collection of cottage furniture and utensils 52. 55; 53. 66, 67
Jelley's Copse (HoUow) see Albury
Jellibronde, fam.,

arms

of (Albury) 48. 85

Jelly, Rich. (Buckland) 59. 38


Jenkins, Jinkin: Mr., partner of

Wm. Bray

46. 36-54 passim; Thos. (Burstow) 59. 39

Jenkinson: Mr., friend of Wm. Bray 46. 33; Sir


Hilary, founder and president of Surrey
Record Society 53. 97, 98, Hon. Secretary of
S.A.S.53.69, 73-4, 77, President 53. 35, port.,
obituary of 59. 94, note on preserving and recording examples of post-Restoration English
domestic architecture 41. 116-7, review by
42. 123-6, The work of the Surrey Record
Society 48. 162-5, see also Powell, D. L. and

Jenkinson
Jennings, Jenyn, Jenyns, Ginnings: Major
(Thames Ditton) 39. 90; Barnard (London),
skinner, d. 1522 52. 39, his will 52.40-1, his
w. Elyn, nee Cortez and his son Ralph
52. 40-1; Barnard (Streatham and Vann) d.
1551 54. 92, his will 52. 40, his w. Frances,
nee Saunders 52. 40, 54. 92; Bernard, fl . 1481,
and Braboeuf manor 49. 83, his w. Eliz. 49. 83;
Edw. (Braboeuf) 49. 83; John (Braboeuf) 49. 83;
Nich.,the elder, alderman of London 52.38;
Nich. (London), skinner, his will 52. 38-40, his
w. Marg.,his son Barnard and dau. Julian
52. 38-40, his cousin Barnard 52.39;Thos.
(Chelsham) 59. 65; Thos., parson of St.
Michael, Wood St., London 52. 42; Wm., Dean
of Gloucester 52. 39, 40
Jermyn: Hy., Baron Dover, and Byfleet Pk.
50. 103; Hy ., Earl of St. Albans, and Byfleet

Pk.45.72,50.101,103
Jerram, C, drawings by 56. 162
Jerveaux, Abbot of see Brompton
Jervoise, E.,his Ancient bridges of the South
of England, reviewed 39. 155-7
Jewel, Jewell, Jeuie, Juell: Edm. (Limpsfield)
59. 58; John (Godstone) 59.68; John (Limpsfield) 59. 58; John (Oxted) 59. 62; Math. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Rich. (Chelsham) 59. 65; Rich.
(Limpsfield) 59. 58; Thos. (Limpsfield) 59.58;
Thos. (Oxted) 59. 63
Jews, in Surrey parishes 39. 87, 97

Jhannes see Johns


Jinkin see Jenkins
Jins,Nich. (Merstham)

59. 48
Jirkiam, Wm. (Blechingley) 59. 56
Joanes see Jones
Joderay, Thos. 52. 48
John, King, Charter of 54. 58-65
John, of Eltham,Earl of Cornwall see Eltham
John: Master of the Fourth Order [of Dominicans] 42. 98; Prior of Bermondsey, seal of
39. 78; Prior of Newark 40. 31; Prior of St.
Pancras, Lewes 43. 96, 100, 105, 106, 107;
R.of St. Waleric, Winchester 43.89-90
John: the archdeacon 43. 107; the chaplain, R.of
Holy Trinity, Guildford 43. 102, 103; the clerk
43.92
John: son of Edw. 43. 108; son of Thos. (Bermondsey) 43. 105
John Plantagenet, Earl of Richmond, and Byfleet

manor 45. 56
Johns, Jhannes: Geo. (London), vintner, his dau.
fume, aft. Marsh, q. v.; John (Lingfield) 59.59
Johnson, Jhosnon: Harmon, horsekeeper 51.91;

Hy. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Geof (Chipstead)


Jeremy (Charlwood) 59. 40; John
(Croydon), token of 56. 33; John (Lingfield)
59. 60; Justinian 52. 42; Ph. (Blechingley)
59. 56; Rob., solicitor 58. 55; Rob., V. of
Leatherhead 39. 95; Rob. (Warlingham) 59. 68
Thos. 47. 44; Walt., his work on barrows
.

59. 42;

42.30,43,50,51
Johnston, Ph. Mainwaring, Vice-President of

S.A.S.and organiser of visits 53. 83, portr.,


his contributions to S.A.S. Collections
53. 91, 94; his restoration work on S. churches
40. 123; obituary of 45. 168-9; quoted on Ockham ch.45. 2w, 5, 7, 13, 15, 44; Mediaeval stone
vaulted crypt at Wallington 40. 123-5; Recent
discoveries at Ewhurst church 42. 100-8;
Wit ley and Thursley churches: recent discoveries 39. 104-11
chapel in Merstham
ch. 55. 99;Hylton,/Z. 1812, lord of the manor
of Chipstead 48. 44; Col.Hylton,M.F.H.
43. 7-8;Hylton Geo.Hylton, 3rd Baron Hylton,
The manor of Chipsted, alias Chipstead

Jolliffe, Joliffe, Jolyf: fam.,

48. 41-4; Ph. 42. 96; Sir Wm. (Ewell),/7. 1725


39. 92; Wm., M.P. for Petersfield, purchases
Chipstead manor (1788) 48. 41, 44; Sir W. G. H.,
Bt., lord of the manor of Chipstead 48. 44
Jones, Joanes, Jowen:
(Reigate) 59. 50;

C.W.Lloyd, Hon. Treasurer

of S.A.S. 53. 35;


Chris. (Lambeth), token of 56. 39;E.W.P.,
mesolithic and neolithic finds by 54. 136;
Inigo, and panelling at Poyle Pk. 59. 89; John
(Burstow) 59. 39; John, his brass (Southwark)

40.113;Thos.(Witley) 51. 94; Wm., V.of Godstone 39. 93;

Wm.,

R. of

Home

39. 94;

Wm.,

R.of Ockham 45.46,46.139,49.120


Jope,
(Kingston) 44. 105, 124; E.M.,.4 mediaeval jug foutui at Sutton 52. 83-5
Jordan, Jorden: fam. (Charlwood) 52.95;Mrs.,
mistress of William IV, at Epsom 51. 125;
Chas. (Tatsfield) 59. 66; Edm. (Charlwood)
59. 41; Edm. (Horley) 59. 43; Hy. (Limpsfield)
59. 58; Jas. (Charlwood) 59.40;Oliver (Tats-

field) 59. 66
Jordanus, incumbent of Pirbright 42. 114
Jowen see Jones
Jowett, Evelyn M.,her History of Merton and
Morden, reviewed 52. 95
Joyce, R.W., drawings by 56.162
Joynes.Capt., Master of Harriers 43. 14
Judd,Sir And. 52.40
Juell see Jewel
Julian, clerk 43.96
Jupp: Mr., plans for new bridge at Cobham
58. 65; Geo., his widow (Cheam) 47.76,82;
John (Reigate) 59. 50; Thos. (Horley) 59. 44

Kam, Thos.

(Rotherhithe), token of 56. 45

Kanam see Kenham


Katerham see Caterham
Katherine see Catherine
Katherine (St. Catherine's) Hill see Artington
Kaywood see Keywood
65

Kearney, W.H., drawings 56.162


Kedyng, John, i.e. Redinge, q.v.
Keen: Arthur, his drawings of Oxted and Limpsfield houses 45. 156; Ben, of Weston Manor
Farm (Thames Ditton) 59. 33;Nath. (Cobham)
58.63
Keith: Sir Arthur, report on Guildown skeletons
39. 3, 46-47; [Hester Maria], Viscountess,
nee Thrale.of Moorefields (Streatham) 59. 7
Keld,Wm.,R. of Sutton 59.74
Kele, Kelle: Jos. (Wandsworth), token of 48. 30,
56. 47; Math., Curate of St. Saviour, Southwark
45.114
Kellesdon see Coulsdon
Kellett, Kellet, Kelett: Rob., R. of Ockham 45.45,
his brass 45. 34-5; Wm., R. of Sutton 52.45,

Kent: A. Buckland, A mbrose Glover's collection


of MSS 59. 92-3, The arms of Reigate 52. 91-2
Blechingley Church: recent investigations
and discoveries 54. 66-70, Eighteenth-century
crossboiv at Reigate 60. 88, Gatton Town Hall
54. 138, An old Reigate street name 54. 138;
Thos. 46. 78
Kent, Countess of (1332) 41.107
Kentishberry, Kentesbury, Kentesbere: fam.,
arms of 55. 24, 25; Ste.,his dau. Joan, aft.vt.
of Sir Hugh Popham, q.v.
Kenyon: Sir Fred. Geo., President of S.A.S.
53. 85,portr., President of S. Record Society
53. 98, The future of archaeological societies
49. 1-5; Kathleen M., The future of archaeology 48. 161-2, her Beginning in archaeology,

46, 59. 74, his will 52.46


52.48
Kellour,
Kelsey: Maj. Gen., M.P. 39. 64; H., M.F.H. 43. 9
Kely eke, Joan 51.90
Kemeys, Lord John, and Lady Matilda, his consort 42.96

reviewed 52. 98
Keppel, Geo., 3rd Earl of Albemarle tenant of
Bagshot Pk. 40.67, 75
Ker, John, 1st Duke of Roxburgh, resident of
Ash 39. 83
Kerbschnitt technique in Saxon brooches

Kemp, Kempe, Keimpe, Kempt: Agnes,

56.81-3,86,103
Kerbye, Thos. (Betchworth) 59. 37
Kerr: Mr., friend of Wm. Bray 46.41,44,47;
Miss 46. 44; Mrs. 46. 44
Kerrell, John (Chipstead) 59. 41
Kerry, Kery: Rev. C, excavations by 53.21,42,
57. 46-7, 50, 70, his work on barrows 42. 30,

aft. w.of
John White (Wight), q.v.; Fra. (Lingfield)
59. 59; John (Battersea), tokens of 48. 20,
56. 30; Rich. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Rob., and
his w. Joan, and Braboeuf manor 49. 83; Rob.
(Oxted) 59.63;Rog.(Warlingham) 59.67;
Thos. (Ewell) 54. 108, 115;Thos. (Lingfield)

59. 60; Wm. (Kingston) 44. 128-9; Wm. (Putney), tokens of 48. 21, 28, 56. 42
Kempsall: Edw. (Blechingley) 59. 54; John
(Chipstead) 59. 42; John (Compton) 39.89;
Thos. (Chipstead) 48. 42; Wm. (Caterham)

59.64

Kempt see Kemp


Kemsly, Edw. (Limpsfield)

59. 58
of Dowgate
(Kingston) 44. 105;
(? Streatham) 52. 41; Thos., canon of Reigate,
47.
and of St. Mary Overy, Southwark
24, 25
Kendavall, Thos. (Kingston) 44. 115
Kenebroke, Rich, de, R. of Ockham 45. 44
Kenham, Kanam: Rob., canon of Reigate 47. 24

Kendall:

Kennedy, E.H., A Betchworth Compotus of 1300


43. 119-20; The Domesday mill at Betchworth
40.120-2
Kennington see Lambeth
Kent: cross -valley dyke on Surrey -Kent border
57. 72-4; military quota for (1805) 52. 63; the
"Pilgrims' Way" in 41. 1-15, 44. 69-70, 77;
see also BexleyjBlythe Hill; Brockley; Canterbury; Cardens; Charing; Chevening; Chiddingstone; Cobham; Coldrum; Countless
Stones; Cowden; Crockham HiU; Deptford;
Eastwell Park; Edenbridge; Hadlow; Keston;
Kit's Coty House; Lenham; Lewisham; Maidstone; Northfleet; Otford; Oxenhoath; Pluckley;
Rochester; Rolvenden; Ruckinge; Saltwood,
Shoreham; Speldhurst; Staplehurst; Stoke -inHoo; Stonbrig; Thurnham; Tickenhurst; Westerham; Wickham, West; Woodchurch; Wye
Kent, West, tithe case, evidence for age of "Pilgrims' Way" 41. 7; 10,44. 50
66

55,

MSS. of

57. 47, 50, 60. 84; John,

Waver ley, probably Curate

of

monk

of

Puttenham

47.18
Kerselow, Sir Rich, de, R. of Byfleet 45. 55
Kervill, Carvill: Anne 54. 91; Edm., his w. Cath.,
nee Saunder, aft. (2) w.of John Spelman, and
(3) Miles Corbet, q.v.
Kery see Kerry
Keston, Kent, Baston Manor House, 14th cent,
paintings of Saxon kings found at 48. 5
Keton,Rob.51.92
Kettlebury see Thursley
Keulemans.M., Neiv light on the Roman bath
building and villa at Beddington 60. 37-44;
Old St. Nicholas's Church, Tooting -Graveney
57. 93-9

Kew

(Keyo):

enclosures and field system 48. 132, 145;


military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish
registers 46. 119, 58. 104; Stephen Duck at

Kew 58. 104-7; visitation (1724-5) 39. 95


church: vicar of see Bellamy
places: Kew Bridge, old 39. 156; Kew Green
48.145
Keys, Rich., and his w. Agnes, nee Saunder
54.85-6
Keys: E.I.A., latch lifter, Ewell 50. 21; Roman,
Walton -on -the -Hill 51. 78, illus.; Saxon:
Guildford 56. 141, Mitcham 56. 127; med.,
Leatherhead 50. 169, illus.
Keywood, Kaywood: Barney (Walton-on -Thames)
49. 129; Edw. 49. 129; Thos., and his w. SaUy,
nee Turner 49.127,129
Kilby, T., information on Saxon graves at

Kilby,

T cont.

Mitcham 56.54,71
Klllala, Ireland, Bishop of see Preston
Killick, Killicke: Mrs. (Sutton) 59. 81; John

(Burstow) 59.38, 39; John (Charlwood) 59.41;


59. 49; Rich. (Burstow) 59. 39;
Rich. (Horley) 59. 43; Rob. (Gatton) 59. 43;
Rob. (Reigate) 59. 51, 52; Thos. (Blechingley)
59. 56; Thos. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Thos. (Reigate)

John (Nutfield)

59. 53;

Wm.

(Reigate) 59. 50

Ranulph 43. 87
Kiln, as element in place names 59. 22, 25-6
Kilnes, Jos., R. of Farleigh 41.40,41
Killo,

Kilns:

brick and tile: Roman: Budapest 45.95-6,


Cranleigh 45. 80-6, illus., Epsom 45.90-2,
illus.; med., Seale, 48. 115
lime, in Surrey 59. 19-26, pi.; Hambledon
45. 141; Horley 60. 87-8
pottery: Roman: Albury: Farley Heath 46. 189, illus., 48. 38, Alice Holt forest, list of sites
60. 36, sites excavated 57. 101-2, 60. 19-36
illus., Farnham: Tilford 51.29-56, illus.;
med.: Ashtead 47. 58-66, Cheam 47. 70, 99100; for the pottery made at particular kilns
see Pottery
Kimbel, Wm. (Lambeth), token of 56. 39
King, Kinge: fam.,arms of (Alfold) 48. 96, chapel
in Ockham ch.45. 1, 5, 14, 25-6, 36; Mr.
(Guildford) 46. 43; Hon. Mr., of Denbies
(Dorking) 40. 76; Lady (Ockham),/?. 1759
60. 57; Geo. (Cheam), tailor 47. 77, 79; J.
(Epsom), husbandman 57. 9; J. E, note on

animal remains from Overwey, Farnham


51. 54; Jas. (Cheam) 47. 78; Jas., R.of Cheam
47. 79; John, 2nd Baron King, patron of Ockham 45. 45; John (Guildford), tokens of 56. 36;
John (Tatsfield) 59. 66; Sir Pet.,a/Mst Baron
King, of Ockham, Lord Chancellor 45. 45,
58. 56, his effigy (Ockham) 45. 38, livings of
39. 89, 97, purchase of Ockham manor 45. 3,
60. 61, his w.Ann, wee Seys,her effigy 45.38;
Pet., 3rd Baron King, patron of Ockham
45. 45; Pet., 6th Baron, patron of Ockham
45. 46; Pet., 7th Baron 60. 57, his monument
in Ockham ch.45. 38, 55. 102, lease of Byfleet
Pk. 45. 73, patron of Ockham 45. 46; Hon. Pet.
Locke, and Byfleet manor 45. 73; Rich. (Horley) 59. 44; Rich. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Vice
Admiral Sir Rich., of Sutton Ct. (Sutton) 59. 70;
Rob. (Horley) 59. 44; Rob. (Merstham) 59. 48;

Rob. (Richmond), tokens of 48. 29, 56. 43;


Thos., 5th Baron King, his w.Cath.,wee Troye
45. 30; Thos., R.of Clapham 45. 115; Thos.
(Co bham), token of 56. 32; Thos. (Limpsfield)
59. 58; Thos. (Oxted) 59. 62; Thos. (Waltonon-Thames), token of 56. 47; Walt. Geo., his
memorial in Alfold ch.48. 96; Wilhelmina,
a/f.w.of Hon. Geo. Murray, #.v.;Wm., 4th
Baron King, patron of Ockham 45. 46; Wm.,
aft. King -Noel, 8th Baron King and 1st Earl
of Lovelace 60. 61, patron of Ockham 45. 27,
30, 31, 36, 37, 46, Lord Lieutenant of S. 40. 52,

Vice-President of S.A.S. 53. 12, 78; Wm.,


Head (Epsom) 57. 23
King-Church, Miss D. M., Hon. Archivist of
S.A.S. 53.75
King-Milbanke (formerly King -Noel), Ralph
Gordon Noel, 2nd Earl of Lovelace, and his
w. Mary, patrons of Ockham 45. 38, 46
King -Noel: Ralph Gordon, 2nd Earl of Lovelace
see King-Milbanke; Wm. see King, Wm., aft
King -Noel
King's Collector of the Lay Subsidies see Poyle
King's Standinge (Henry VQI Mount) see
54,

of the King's

Petersham
Kings Wood see Sanderstead
Kingsford, H.S.,note on seals of Newark Priory
40.38
Kingsland in Newdigate and Newdigate in Copthorne Hundred 39. 147-9
Kingsley, Hants., tranchet axes from 46. 106, 107
Kingston, hundred of, the tax of 1332 in 41. 101,
103,104
Kingston, Duke of see Pierrepont
Kingston, Lady,/Z. 1542 52. 44
Kingston and Elmbridge, demesne of 58.48
Kingston Museum, additions to 39. 163, 40. 134,
41. 137, 42. 136-7, 43. 180, 44. 171; Saxon
grave goods from Mitcham in, described
56. 52-131 passim

Kingston-upon-Thames (Kyngestone):
(See also Coombe, which parish was formerly part of K.)
axes, stone, found at 51. 141, 53. 62; Belitha
fam. in 47. 52-7; Bishop's Hall and royal
palace, Saxon 48. 2; charities 47. 53; charter
of Eliz.I 58. 48; churchwardens' accounts,
extracts from 44. 104-36 passim; Cobham
within the liberties of 58. 48; coronations at
48. 1-7; enclosures and open fields 48. 131,
143; Kyngham game stained glass window in
Town Hall 44. 118, 130-6, pi.; lands in 52.47;

"Leach Pit Court" held

at 50. 157;

Mediaeval

games and gaderyngs at KAA. 102-36, illus.;


M.Ps for 39. 58; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; population (1725) 47. 53; pottery works,
at 44. 6; registers:

med. 45. 151-2; racing

non-parochial 46. 124, parish 46. 119; road


mending (1599) 46. 2; seal, med., found at
43. 121; S.A.S., 1st A.G.M.held at Griffin
Hotel 53. 10-11, 62, 78; the tax of 1332 in
41. 101-4, 108; traders' tokens 48.18,25-7,

view of, by J. Esselens, published


58. 11 5; visitation (1724-5) 39. 95; wells found
at 43. 121 -2
churches: All Saints: All Saints, by W. E. St. L.
Finney, reviewed 39. 159, chapelries of 39. 95,
56. 37-9;

58. 104, deed of gift to the Common Lamp


43. 121, epitaphs in 43. 38, 47, font by Wren
restored 47. 102, Glynne's notes on 55. 93,

Roman cement, permission

given to remove

43. 122, vicars of 39. 90, 95, 97, see also


Atterbury; Collier; Staunton; chapel of St.
Mary Magdalene: deed of gift to 43. 121, floor
tiles from 43. 122, incumbent of see Deben-

67

Kingston-upon- Thames: churchescont.


ham, paintings of kings from, found at Keston,
Kent 48. 5-6, site of, to be marked out in
churchyard 43. 122
places: Bittoms 48. 2; Cambridge Rd. 51. 141;
Canbury Ho. 59. 32; Castle Tavern 58. 50;
The Chestnuts 43. 121; Eden (Heathen) St.
43. 122, 44. 119-20; Gig Hill (Gyghy 11, Gardiner St.) 44. 119-21; Griffin Hotel 53. 10-11,
19, 62,78, pi.; King's Arms 48. 26; Kingston
Hill 43.122,56.3;Norbiton Pk. 56. 11; Queen
Elizabeth's Grammar School 47. 53; Red Lion
44. Ill; Rose and Crown 48. 26; Soutars (Shoe-

makers) Row 44. 115; Town Hall 44. 118,


130-6, pi.

Kingston -upon -Thames, London Borough of: see


Chessington; Coombe; Kingston-upon-Thames;
Maiden; Tolworth
Kingswood:
flint axe from 58. 109; military assessment
(1805) 52. 61; "Pilgrims' Way" in 41 24
Kingswood Lands see Ditton, Long
Kingswood Lane, as boundary of Reigate and
Kingswood 41.24, 33
Kinman, John (Charlwood) 59. 41
Kinnoul,fam.,arms of (Albury) 48.88-91
.

Kippax,Wm.,tomb

of (Ewell) 48.15
Kirrell,Kirrill,Kyrrell: Geof. (Charlwood)
59. 41; John (Reigate) 59. 53; Wm. (Chipstead)

48.42
Kitchenham, Sx. 47. 49
Hatching, Willie

Lorimer Walton, R.

of

45.46
Kit's Coty House, Kent 41. 8, 11
Klein, Pet., reports E.I. A. find 59.86

Knapp,Geo.,R.of Morden 39.97

Ockham

Saxon: 56. 132-46 passim; Coulsdon 49. 115,


illus., 56. 136;

Ewell 43. 2S,

illus.;

56. 141; Guildford 39. 16-7, illus.;


56.120, 124-6, illus.

Fetcham
Mitcham

med.: Titsey 44.99


Knivett, Knevet: fam. 45. 3; Lady Ann, patron of
Ockham 45. 45; Sir Ant. 52. 40
Knocker, iron, 16th cent. (?), Ewell 48.16
Knot, Mary (Rotherhithe), token of 48.29,56.45

Knoweshale, John (Streatham) 52.33


Knowlden, Knolden: John (Blechingley) 59.55;
Rich. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Thos. (Tandridge)
59.64
Knowle see Cranleigh
Knowles, Knolls: Jas. (Reigate) 59. 53; Jas.
(Richmond), tokens of 48. 29, 56. 43; Rich.
(Reigate) 59. 50

Knox: W. Crawford, Excavation of a mound in


Weston Wood, Albury 60. 71-8, The meeting
place of the Hundred of Blackheaih 60. 86-7;
see also Noxe
Knoyll, John, his epitaph (Lingfield) 43. 36
Knyff, Leonard, picture of Clandon Ho. 42. 4
Knyght see Knight
Kummins see Cummings
Kylbery, or rather Rylbery,q.i>.

Kylway,Rob.51.96
Kyn, Cornelius 42.98
Kynder, John, Sub-Prior

of Bermondsey, R.of
Walton-on-the-Hill 47. 17
Kyngestone (Kyngiston) see Kingston
Kyngham game at Kingston, etc. 44. 103, 104, 107,
127-36,p/.
Kynnersley: fam., arms of (Addington) 48. 77;
Eliz., a/7, w. of Dan. Harvey, q.v.; Hy., merchant, of London, his monument in Addington
ch. 48. 77-8, his w. Mary, nee Boteler 48. 77-8;

Knee, Wm. (Limpsfield) 59. 58


Kneller Sir Godfrey, portraits by 42 2
Mary, aft.w. of Geo.Mellish,g.i>.
Knevet see Knivett
Kyrkeham,Rad.,R.of Ashtead 45.112
Knight, Knyght, Knyhgt, Kneyte, Knyth: Chris.
Kyrrell see Kirrell
(Chelsham) 59. 65; Chris. (Lingfield) 59.61;
Kyrtcham, Wm., or rather Rob., parson of St.
Eliz.,of Jamaica, w. of Thos., 2nd Lord
Leonard, Eastcheap 43. 57
Kyrton,Marg.47.28
Onslow, <7.r.;Hy., and Leigham manor 51.86;
Kyterel,Wm.43.107
John 42.95, 97; John,/7. 1566 52.43; John
(Burstow) 59. 39; John (Farnham) 52. 55; John
(Lambeth, etc.), d. 1487, his will 52. 32-3, his
Lacaille, A. D., his Stone basins, reviewed 54. 153
w.Eleanor, his bro. Thos., his sons Hy.,Rich., Lacelle,Chris.51.91
Thos. and dau. Agnes 52. 32-3; John (Lingfield) Ladbroke: Miss, of Garratts Hall (Banstead)
59. 59, token of 48. 28, 56. 40; Rich. 42. 96;
42. 87; Rich. 42. 87; Rob. 42. 87
Rich. (Kingston) 44. 115; Rob., monk of ChertLadd, Lad: widow (Sutton) 59. 81; Jasper (Home)
sey 47. 15; Rob., canon of Merton 47. 22;
59. 57; John (Betchworth) 59. 36; John (CharlThos. 52. 34; Wm., Bishop of Bath and Wells,
wood) 59. 41; Rich. (Sutton) 59. 80-1
arms of 50. 165; Wm. (Faver sham, Kent),
Lade, Sir John, and coaching in S.46. 7, and racing
token of 48.28; Wm. (Lambeth) 52.33
in S. 44. 19, his w. Letty 44.19
Knightly, Marianne, a/f.w. of R.Hudson, q. v.
Ladisdale, John de 42. 95
Knights of the Shire see Parliament: House of
Laker, Wm. (Horley) 59. 44
Commons: members
Lakes, Joan 52. 37
Knipe: Mrs. (Richmond) 58. 106; Edw., Steward
La Legh, manor of see Effingham
of Epsom races 44. 13, 15; Edwin (Epsom)
Laleham,Mx., enclosures 48.145
44. 13; Sir Randolph (London) 57. 24
Lamb, Lambe: John (Blechingley) 59. 54, 55;
Knivelden, John (Blechingley) 59. 55
Mich. (Reigate) 59. 50; Paul (Weybridge)
Knives:
39. 102; Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 56
Roman: Walton-on-the-Hill 51.78, illus.
Lambert, Lamberd, Lambart: fam., arms of
,

68

Lambert, Lamberd, Lambartcont.


(Banstead) 50. 105-23 passhu, pedigrees
50. 115, 120-1; Major -General, purchases
Nonsuch, 1654 58. 5; Andrew (Gatton) 59.42;
Dan., of Garratts (Banstead),/?. 1603 42. 85;
Dan. (Banstead), d. 1721, and his w.Eliz.,
wee Emmes 50. Ill, 112, 114; Sir Dan. (Banstead), Lord Mayor of London, d. 1750, and
his w. Mary, nee Wilmot, their tomb and
epitaph 43. 42, 50. 117-8; Dan. (Banstead),
d. 1765, and his w. Eliz., nee Lambert 50. 117,
118; Dan. (Banstead), d. 1857, and his w.
Christiana, wee Fox Taylor 50.112,117,118,
119; Dan. (Tadworth),/?. 1603 42.86;Dav.
(Banstead), and his w. Mary, wee Simpson
50. 117; Edw. (Banstead), d. 1666, and his w.

wee Greene 50. 113, 118; Edw. (Banstead), d. 1763 and his w. Anne, wee Wilmot
50.110, 111, 117; Edw., son of preceding, his
1st w. Anne, wee Eliot and his 2nd w. Judith,
Eliz.,

nee Lambert 50. Ill; Eliz., aft. w. of John


Hodgson, q.v.; Eliz., aft. w. of Dan. Lambert
(d. 1765), 9 .j-.;Col.F.A.H.,and Garratts Hall,
Banstead 42. 87; Fred. (Banstead) 42. 87; Geof
(Banstead) 42. 85, 86; Sir Hy. Chas. Miller,
Chairman of Executive Committee of S.A.S.,
portrait of 53.pl. X, obituary of 43. 132-3,
his Historical account of Woodmansterne,
reviewed 40. 129-30, his History of Banstead,
Vol. 2, reviewed 39. 154-5, his Value of local
history reviewed 42. 131, Garratts Hall, Banstead 42. 85-9, The older Surrey epitaphs
43. 36-48, Roman find at Banstead 41. 119,
Some account of the S. manors held by
Merton College and Corpus Christi College,
Oxford, in the 17th century 41. 34-49, reviews
,

by 39. 158-9,41. 130-2,42. 129-31; Maj. -Gen.


John, M. P. for Surrey, 1654 39. 63; John,
alias Gar dyner, <?.!>.; John (Banstead) 39.84;
John (Banstead), d. 1533, 42. 85, 50. 113, 115,
his w.Joan, wee Wellys 50. 113, 115; John
(Banstead), d. 1 595, and his w. Alice, nee
Slowe 50. 113; John (Banstead),//. 1698 42. 86;
John (Banstead), d. 1720 50. 123; John (Banstead),/?. 1857 42. 87; John (Caterham) 59. 64;
John (Woodmansterne) 41. 31; Judith d. 1725
50. 112; Judith, aft. w. of Thos. Emmes, q.v.;
Melanie, and chapel in Blechingley ch. 54. 70;
Nich./7.1568 52. 49;Nich., elder bro.of Dan.
(d. 1721) 50. 112; Nich. (Banstead), d. 1615, and
his w. Mary, wee Harris 50. 116; Nich. (Banstead), d. 1755, and his w. Eliz., wee Carpenter
50. 116, 118; Ph. (Caterham) 59. 64; Rog. (Banstead), d. 1558, and his w.Cath., wee Causten
50. 113; Rog. (Banstead), d. 1633, and his w.
Eliz., nee Steward 50. 112, 116; Rog. (Ewell),
/Z. 1577 54. 109, 110, 115, 122; Ruth, aft. vt. of
Geo. Brett, q.v.; T. (Epsom), fl. 1686 57. 26;
Thos., of Garratts (Banstead), d. 1704 39.84,
42. 86, 50. Ill, his w.Mary 39. 84; Thos.
(Banstead), d. 1840 50. 118; Thos. (Banstead),
d. 1917 50. 105; Thos. (Caterham) 59. 65;
Uvedale, and Blechingley ch. 54. 66, 67, 70;

Wm.

(Chaldon), his epitaph 43. 45;

Wm.

(Wood-

mansterne) 42. 87
Lambert's Charity (Banstead) 39. 84
Lambesheaued, Eulricus 43. 108

Lambeth (Lambehithe):
(Including Brixton, Kennington, Norwood,
Stockwell, Vauxhall)

corps of militia 40. 50; enclosures and open


fields 48. 131, 144; Leigh fam. of, wills of
51. 85-92; manors: Bodley (Boddeles) 51.91,
Levehurst 51 86, 87, Stockwell 51 86, 87,
.

Upgrove

assessment (1805)

51. 91; military

52. 62, 64; pottery

works

39. 95; registers:

non-parochial 46. 124, parish 46. 116; Roman


road at 43. 70, 76-81, 82; traders' tokens
48. 18, 25, 27, 56. 37, 39-40; Tradescant's
house, gates from 48. 157; visitation (1724-5)
39.95
churches: St. Mary: bequests to 51. 84, 52. 32;
brotherhood of St. Christopher in 51. 88, 89,
Glynne's notes on 55. 93, Legh Chapel of St.
Nicholas in 51. 85, 87, 89, rectors of see Hall;
Ibbetson; St. Andrew, Stockwell, formerly
episcopal chapel of ease 40. 66, 67, 70; St.
Luke, Norwood 46. 116
places: Back Lane 39. 95; Brixton Causeway
(Bristowe Cawsey) 45. 128, 52. 32, 37; Brixton
Hill 45. 128; Brixton Rd. 45. 128; Chantry Lane
52. 32;Harreys Field 51 89; Kennington Pk.
45. 128; Knights Hill 52. 33; Lambeth Fields
39. 95; Lambeth Palace 43. 70, 76-81, 82;
Pedlar's Acre 39. 95; Prince's Liberty 48. 27;
Raleigh Pk. 52. 38; Rush Common 52. 32;
Stockwell 39. 95; Stockwell Common (Green)
40. 67, 75, 48. 137, 52. 32; Vauxhall 39. 95
Lambeth, London Borough of see Clapham;
.

Lambeth; Streatham
Lamkin, Lamkine, Lambkin: Hy. (Blechingley)
59. 55; John (Blechingley) 59. 55; Thos. (Caterham) 59. 64
Lamp chimneys, Roman, at Ashtead and other
sites 42.61-6, illus.

Lampard, Capt. (Farnham) 39. 92


Lamplough, Chas. E., shipowner, lord
manor of Sutton 59. 77

of the

Lamyng see Lemyng


Lancashire, Thos. (Cheam) 47. 82
Lancaster, J. (Epsom), coffee-man 57. 40
Lance, Isaac (Oxted) 59.62
Land see Enclosure Acts and Awards
Landscape mounds, Albury 58. 101, 114
Lane: Mr. (E.Horsiey),/M 760-70 40.76,46.42,
43; Eliz., her Early days in Horley, Sidloiv
and Salfords, reviewed 57. 106, her Horley,
its church and people through ten centuries,
reviewed 58. 119, see also Sewill, R. and
Lane; Eliz. ,fl. 1552 52.41;Josiah (Tisbury,
Wilts.), mason, ? builder of Oatlands Pk.
grotto 51. 135;Nich.,his map of Maiden
manor 41. 35, 36, 38; Rich. (Charlwood) 59. 41;

Wm.

Wm.ate

43. 106;

(Sutton)

59.71,74

(Horley) 59. 44;

Wm.

Lane-Fox, Geo., Lord Bingley see Fox, Geo.,


69

Lane- Foxcont.
aft.

Lane-Fox

Lanes, Wm. (Dorking) 54. 71, 72


Lanesborough, Frances, Viscountess, and

Cobham

58. 50, 54-6, 61

Lang, Allen (Lingfield) 59.61


Langborow, Wm.,R.of Dunsfold 45. 103
Langham -Carter, R. R.,Hatckford Mausoleum
59.92
Langley: Major (Mickleham) 39. 97; Fra. 51. 87,
88; Hy. (Rickling, Essex), his dau. Eliz., aft.
w. of Ralph Leigh, q. v.; Ralph, servant 47. 27;
Wm. (Bokenham, Kent) 51 92
.

Langton,Chris.47.28
Lanson: Eliz. (Tooting)

52. 41;

John (Tooting)

52.41
Laose see Lawes
Lapidge, Edw., architect 60. 67-8
Laroque, Mr. (Wandsworth), preacher 39. 101
Lascombe see Puttenham
Lasham, Frank, excavates Roman site at Putten-

ham

57. 46, 47; his collection of local flints

work for S.A.S.


work on barrows 42. 30
53. 65; his

53. 69, 82, 91; his

Lashford see Lechford

Lasom, John (Betchworth) 59.37


Laszlo, Ph., portrait by 42. 8
Pottery: E.I. A.
Latham, Rich. (Cheam) 47. 82

La Tene type pottery see

Lathome, Hy., R. of Abinger and Shere 45. 105


Latter,

(Lingfield) 59. 61

Laudable Society 46. 47, 48


Lavant, Miss (Guildford) 46. 32

Lavender, grown and distilled


Lavenham, Suffolk 52. 88

at Sutton 59. 71

Laver, High, Essex, R. of see Stanbank


Law: fam., arms of (Ashtead) 48. 99; Edw. (Reigate) 59. 52; Nigel (Ashtead) 48. 99; Sir Wm.
Algernon, his w. Constance Mary, nee Bagot,
memorial window in Ashtead ch.48. 99-101
Lawes, Laose: Ralph, V. of Curry Rivell, Som.
47.15
Lawrence, Lawrance, Laurense, Lauranse, Laurens, Larrense: Chas (Burstow) 59.39; Edm.
(Lingfield) 59. 60; F., his Guildford: a description, etc., 1842, woodcuts from 47. 104-7; John,
Thos. Cromwell's spy 47. 26; John (Betchworth) 59. 37; John (Caterham) 59. 64; Nich.
(Home) 59. 58; Rich. (Burstow) 59. 39; Mrs.
Rich. (Lambeth) 39. 95; Thos. (Buckland) 59. 38;
Thos. (Caterham) 59. 65; Thos. (Limpsfield)
59. 58; Thos., R. of Ockham 45. 45; Wm. (Blechingley) 59. 55

Lawson, Mr. 46. 51


Laxham: Marg. 52. 41; Wm. 52. 41
Layer Marney, Essex, R. of see Geale, Rich.
Layham (Leigham) Park see Streatham
Leach, Leche: John, M. F. H. 43. 10; Wm., Curate
of Mortlake 45. Ill
Leach Pit Court see Leith Pit
Lead: coffin, Beddington 40. 126, Send 40. 9; object, 17th cent., Albury 58. 98, 101-2; strip,
Titsey 44. 99; see also Pipes
70

Leakey, L. S. B., excavations by 54. 135


Leanie, John (Reigate) 59. 52
Leaping Well, Sx.45. 118
Lease, Thos. (Limpsfield) 59. 58
Leatherhead (Lethered, Leddrede):
arrowheads found at 42. 109, 58. 110; as part
of Copthorne and Effingham hundred 50. 157,
161; barrow 42. 50; Celtic fields on Downs
50. 60, 61; common fields, on Rocque's map
40. 73; common rights disputed (c. 1605)
41. 43-5; enclosures 48. 145, 146, 148; key, iron,

med. 50. 169; manors: Minchin 41. 44, Pachenesham, history of 55. 7-17, Pachenesham Parva,
or Randalls 41. 44, Thorncroft, held by Merton CoUege 41. 34, survey of (1629) 41. 41-6,
maps; military assessment (1805) 52. 61;
pottery from excavation of "The Mounts"
moated site 50. 156; registers: non-parochial
46. 124, parish 46. 119, 47. 103; Stane St. on L.
Downs 42. 11-4, 21, 25; trader's token 48. 27,
56. 40; visitation (1724-5) 39. 95; wood carving,

med.

53. pi.

XLH

church: chandeliers in 47. 33, 41, pi.; curate


of see Walkeden; epitaph in 43. 40; Glynne's
notes on 55. 94; monument to Rich. Gardner
41. 42; vicars of see Barker; DaUaway; Johnson
places: Apkin Barnett 41. 46; Apperley
Hill 41. 42; Axencrofte 41. 42; Barnett, Gt.
(Middle, Upper) 41. 46; Barnett (Bernett) Wood
41. 45, 46; Beast Ruffets 41. 46; Blake Land
41. 42; Bockett, Gt. (Little) 41. 45; Bockett's
Farm 58. 110; Bridghouse 41. 42; Burty Grove
41. 46; Cherkley Ct. 42. 50; Colecroftes 41. 42;
Gt. (Little) 41. 45; Fursey Close 41. 42;
Holborne, Lower (Upper) 41. 46; Horse
Ruffets 41. 46; Leatherhead Bridge 39. 156,

Elmes,

55. 47, 58. 65;

Leatherhead Downs 41. 43, 44,

45,42. 50, 50. 60, 61; Mare Meade 41. 45;


Markfeilde 41. 45; MiU Close 41. 45; "The
50. 156; Pachenesham Magna 55. 10,
Pachenesham Manor Ho. 55. 10; Pachenesham Parva 39. 61, 55. 9, 17; Paines Grove

Mounts"
11;

Parsonage (Vale Lodge) 41. 44; Pebble


Lane 41.42,44. 146, 147; Prior's Farm 41. 46;

41. 42;

Rail Close 41. 45; RandaUs 39. 61, 55. 17;


RandaUs Rd. 55. 10; Readfeild 41. 42; Redfields
42; Shephouse Close 41. 42, 46; Slyfields
46; South Meade 41. 45; Stonar's Meade
45; Swan Inn 48. 27; Thorncroft Common
42, 43; Vale Lodge see above Parsonage;
Vicarage 42. 109; Woodbridge HiU 41. 46

41.
41.
41.
41.

Leatherhead, Leddrede: Ailricus de 55. 7; Gil. de


42. 92; John de 42. 97; John of, his dau. Marg.
and grandson John 55. 10, 11, 12, 15; Thos. de

42.97
Leche see Leach
Lechford, Letchford, Lashford, Linchford: Dan.
(Epsom), maltster 57. 12; Hy., of Burghett and
Groveland (Leigh) 39. 146; John (Horley) 59.43;
Pet. (Horley) 59. 43; Thos. (Horley) 59. 43
Ledder, Sir Oliver (EweU) 54. 89
Leddrede (Ledred) see Leatherhead

Ledger, Ledgar, Leger: Rich. (Home) 59. 57; Wm.


(W. Clandon) 51. 88; Wm. (Lingfield) 59. 59;
Wm. (Nutfield) 59. 49
Lee see Leigh
Leedys, John and Anne, lords of the manor of
Chipstead 48. 42
Leeth (Leith) Hill see Wotton
Leeves, Mrs.& Miss (Guildford) 46.32,33
Lefford, Thos. (Buckland) 59. 38
Leger see Ledger
Leges, Reg. de 43. 105, 107
Leicester, Rob., Earl of, letter to Sir Wm. More

45.67
Leicester, Earls of see Fitz-Parnell; Townshend
Leicestershire: see Fenny Drayton; Loughborough; Sibson; Witherly
Leigh (Leith, Lee):
enclosure 48. 147; holding of Kingswood in
(Shelwood) 39. 148; ironworks at Leigh Hammer 39. 146-7; lime-kiln near 59. 24; military

assessment (1805) 52. 61; on Rocque's map


40. 70; parish registers 46. 119; Protestation
returns 59. 45-7; visitation (1724-5) 39.95
church: chandeliers in 47. 41; curates of see
Dallender; Griffith; Lister; Glynne's notes on
55. 95, in relation to font 55. 67
places: Burghett and Grovelands 39. 146;
Clayhill Farm 39. 146; Hammer Bridge
39. 146; Leigh Hammer 39. 146; Shelwood
39. 148; Shellwood Rd. 59. 24
Leigh, manor of see Walton-on-Thames
Leigh, Leghe, Legh, Lyghe, Lee, Lea: fam., arms
of (Addington) 48. 65, 67-9, (Banstead) 50. 107,
pedigrees 48. 66, 50. 108; Agnes, aft. w. of (l)

Sir Thos. Paston and (2) Edw. Fitzgarett,-<7.t\;


Ann, aft. w. of Thos. Hatcliff q.v .; Anne, aft.
w. of Hy. Spencer, q.v.; Ant. (Reigate) 59. 50;
Edm. (Egham) 39. 91; Edw., clerk 51. 89, 90;
Edw. (Chelsham) 59. 65; Edw. (Guildford),
tokens of 56. 36; Edw. (Tatsfield) 59. 66;
Frances 51. 90; Sir Fra., his w. Sarah, n&e
Lovell, her monument (Addington) 48. 68; Hon.
Fra. Hy. (Weybridge) 39. 102; Geo.,/L 1523
51. 87; Hy. (Guildford), token of 56. 36; Isabel,
dau. of Ralph, d. 1509 51. 85, 87; John, d. 1445,
arms of 51. 85, his w. Alice, nee Alcock
51. 85; John, d. 1453, "of the Rigge" 51. 85, 86;
John, d. 1479, and his w. Maud, nee Payne
48. 67, 69; John, d. 1503, and his w. Isobel, nie
Harvey, their brass (Addington) 48. 67; John,
of Addington Place, d. 1576, and his w. Joan,
nee Olliph, their monument 48. 65; Sir John,
,

patron of Addington, ./Z. 1725 39. 83; John


(Putney), token of 56. 42; Sir John (Stockwell),
d. 1523 51. 85, 86, 90, 52. 47, his manor house
52. 32, his will 51. 87-8, his w. Isabel, nee
Wurseley, formerly w. of Rich. Colepeper
51. 86, her will 51. 89-90; Sir John (Stockwell),
d. 1565 51. 85-9 passim, his will 51. 90-1, his
w.Eliz.,neeDarcy 51.86, 89, 91,their dau. Anne
51. 86; Joyce, aft. Stanney, q.v.; Marg. 51. 85,
87, 89, 90; Mary, aft. w. of John Bennett, q.v.;
Nich. (Addington),

d.

1581, his

monument

48. 65, his w. Ann, nee Carew 48. 65; Nich.


(Ewell),/Z. 1553 54. 87; Nich. (Reigate),
d. 1616, hostler 42. 119; Nich. (Reigate), ft.
1641 59. 50; Ralph (Stockwell), d. 1470, lord of
the manors of Stockwell, Levehurst and
Leigham 51. 85, 86, his w. Eliz.,nee Langley
51. 86; Ralph, son of preceding, d. 1509 52. 35,
his will 51. 85-7; Ralph, son of preceding
51. 85-91 passim, his w. Marg., wee Ireland
51. 86, his son John and his w. Margery, nee
Saunders 51. 86, 91, his grandson, Sir John
51. 87; Rich. 51. 89; Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 61;
Rob. 51. 85; Rog., and his w. Eleanor, dau. of
Rob. 51. 85; Rog., son of preceding, and his w.
Eleanor, wee Sutton 51. 85;Rog.,./7. 1523
51. 87. 88; Thos.,/L 1523 51. 87; Thos., V. of
Dorking 55. 56; Thos. (Streatham), d. 1504
51. 90, his will 52. 34-5, his w. Eleanor 52. 35,
his son John 52. 34-5; Thos. (Titsey) 59. 67;
Sir Wm. at,fl. 1268 58. 69; Wm.fl. 1523 51. 87;
Wm. (Chertsey), token of 56. 31; Wm. (Chobham) 39. 98; Wm. de (East Legh, Kent) 48. 65;
Wm. (Titsey) 59. 67; see also Lyeg
Leigh Sinton, Worcs. 42. 63, 65
Leigham (Lime), manor of see Streatham
Leigham Common see Streatham
Leigh- Bennett: Mr., gift of documents to Guildford Muniment Room 39. 161; Rev. Wolley
(Addington) 48. 65
Leigh-Spencer, Wolley (Addington) 48. 65
Leighton: fam., arms of 52. 76; Anne, aft. w. of
Sir John St. John, q.v.; Sir Thos. 52. 76
Leith see Leigh
Leith (Leach, Leech) Cross see Fetcham
Leith (Leeth) Hill see Wotton
Leith (Leach, Leech) Pit Court 50. 157-8
Lely, the painter, portrait of Charles n at Woodcote Grove, Epsom 51. 124
Lempriere, fam. (Ewell) 51. 125
Lemyng, Lamyng: Wm. (London), grocer 43. 56, 60
Leng, John, Bishop of Norwich and R. of Beddington 39. 84
Lenham, Kent 41. 4, 7, 11, 14
Lening, J. (London), draper 57. 40
Lennett, Edw. (Reigate) 59. 54
Lenton, John (Epsom) 57. 13
Lepton: John 54. 86, his dau. Joan, aft.vi. of Hy.
Saunders, q.v.; Ralph, R. of St. Nicholas,
Guildford 54. 83, 86
Leslie, Geo. Wm., Lord see Evelyn- Leslie
Letchford see Lechford
Lethered, Lethrede see Leatherhead
Letherland, Col. Edw. (Cobham) 60. 63
Levallois point see Flint and stone artifacts:

paleo.

Levehurst, manor of see Lambeth


Leveson-Gower, Granville W. G., Vice-President
of S.A.S. 53. 38, 81, 82, 83, portr .; excavation of
Roman villa at Titsey 53. 19, 42, finds lent to
Guildford Museum 53. 67; excavations on
Farthing Down 53. 21; quoted on RomanoCeltic temple at Titsey 44. 84-90
Levet, Levett: see Levitt
71

Levlck, Rob. 51.92


Levlnge, Sam. (Sutton) 59. 76
Levlngston see Livingston
Levitt, Levett, Levet: Hugh 42. 96; Jas. (Kingston),
token of 56. 38; Wm. (Warlingham) 59. 67
Lewen, Lewin: Geo. (Ewell) 39. 92; Rich. (Ber-

mondsey),

J. P. 39. 85;

59. 68;

Wm., chaplain

Mayor

of

Thos. (Warlingham)
52. 45; Sir

Wm., Lord

London, his tomb (Ewell) 48. 15


Lewer: Mr. (Albury) 58. 100; Rich, see Ewer
Lewes, Sx.: battle of 42. 94: Priory of St. Pancras
46. 72, 73, 96, 54. 61, 62, 64, cartulary of,
Surrey portion 43. 84-112, Priors of see
Albert; Auncell; Cariloco; Guiscard; Hugh;
John; Peter
Lewes, Thos. de, R. of St. Olave, Southwark
43. 106
Lewis: Dan. (Horley) 59. 44; Eliz. (Epsom) 57. 40;
F.B., Calendar of feet of fines, published
53. 49, 91; John 42. 93; Percival, lord of the
manor of Tooting Graveney 59. 7; Rob. (Reigate) 59. 51

Lewisham, Kent, Brondefeld (Brodesfeld)

in

Roman road

in

52. 32, 33; lands in 52. 39;

43.65
Lewkenor, Lewkenore: Edw. (Beddington) 52.35;
Sir Rog. (Trotton, Sx.), his dau. Margery, aft
(1) 2nd w. of Sir John Wood, and (2) w. of
Thos. Garth,
56.16,27

q.v.; Sir

Thos., Sherriff of

S.

Ley, Sam., Curate of Beddington 39. 84


Leybourne, Sir Hy. de (Byfleet) 45. 49, 50, 50. 99
Ley son, Griffin, Commissioner under Thos.
Cromwell 54. 69
Libraries: Loseley Ho. 54. 143: of the S.A.S.,
history of 53.46-60
Lidgowld: John, bailiff of Kingston 48. 26; Wm.
(Kingston), token of 48. 26, 56. 38
Life, Lyfe, Liefe, Lyefe, Liffe, Lyffe: Geo. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Geo. (Reigate) 59. 50, 51; John
(Blechingley 59. 55; John (Merstham) 59. 48;

John (Reigate) 59. 54; Thos. (Warlingham)


59. 58; Wm. (Merstham) 59. 48; Wm. (Reigate)
59.52
Liggett, Miss M. D., Chief Librarian of Guildford,
responsibility for Museum 53. 71
Lightfoot, John (Byfleet) 45. 71
Likeman, R. K., Eicell graveyard, 1959 57. 102
Limden, Lymden: Jas. (Reigate) 59. 52; John,
Prior of Reigate, formerly canon of St, Mary
Overy, Southwark 47. 24; Rob. (Reigate) 59. 52;
Wm. (Reigate) 59. 52

Lime (Leigham) Common see Streatham

viewed 41. 133-5; houses in, drawings of, by


A. Keen 45. 156; meso. flint finds 41. 68;
military assessment (1805) 52. 61; pottery:
E.I.A. and

Roman

50. 144-7, 57. 101,

Roman

Saxon urn 56. 137, 143; Protestation


58; quarries 40. 101, 104; racing
at 44. 6; registers: non-parochial 46. 124,
parish 46. 119; roads and trackways in:
49. 20-55 passim. 57. 74, Roman 40. 98-103;
57. 74,

returns 59.

trader's token 48. 27, 56. 40; visitation


(1724-5) 39.96
church: Glynne's notes on 55. 96; rector of see
Danbye; vicar of see Walker
places: Briars Cross 49. 25, 30, 31; Brills
Farm 49. 28, 35, 37, 45, 54; BriUs Ho. 49. 52;
Caterfield Lane 49. 25, 54; Champions (Caxton) Lane 49. 28, 30, 33; Chapel Rd. 49. 30; The
Chart 49. 25; Chart Woods 40. 102; Collesters
Wood 49. 28, 35, 39, 45; Dwelly Lane 49. 25-55;
Galleys Wood 49. 37, 39, 45; Grants Lane
49. 25, 28, 37, 39, 52, 53; Guildables Lane
49. 28, 30, 54; Headland Cottage 49. 31; High
St.

49. 25, 53, 54; Honeypot

Lane 49.

25, 37, 39;

Itchingwood Common 49. 25, 28, 34; Kent


Hatch 40. 99, 103, 104; Limpsfield Common
41.119.49.20,23,25,27,49,53; Little Heath
49. 30, 31; Lodge Farm 49. 25; Long Walk
40. 103; Merle Common 42. 110-1, 50. 144-7;

Moat Farm

Monks Lane 49. 37; Moor


Moor Ho. sandpit
New HoUand 49. 25; Paines Hill 49. 25,
49. 28;

Ho. 40. 101, 57. 72, 101;


57. 74;

27, 28, 30, 53, 54, 55; Pastens Rd. 49. 30, 31, 33;
Pebble Hill 49. 54; Pitchfont Lane 49. 20-5,
46-54 passim; PoUards Wood Rd. 49. 25; Red
Lane 49. 25, 39, 48, 52, 54, 55; Sandy Lane
49. 20-54 passim; Shingle Barn Farm 49, 37,
39, 45, 54; Staffhurst Wood Rd. 49. 25; Stockenden Farm 49. 28, 34, 35, 45, 51, 52, 54; Tenchleys Farm 49. 28, 33, 35; Tenchleys Lane
49. 28, 30, 31, 33, 39, 45, 54; Tenchleys Pk.
49. 31, 33, 51, 52; Tenchleys Wood (DweUy)

49. 28, 33, 34; Trevereux Hill 49. 28; Water


Lane 49. 23, 25, 50, 53; Waterworks Reservoir
40. 103, 104; Wolfs Corner 49. 54; Yalden

Spring 40. 98, 101


Linen pin, Roman, Ashtead, 51. 150, illus.
Linchford see Lechford
Lincoln: Cathedral, stall of Leighton- super
Bromswold in 46. 90; See of, arms of (Addington) 48. 70
Lincoln, Earl of see Clinton
Lincolnshire: see Lincoln; Or mesby, North;
Risby; SneUand; Tattershall; Ulceby; Utterby

Lime, prices of 59. 25


Lindus Forge, J. W. see Forge, J. W. Lindus
Lime-kilns see Kilns: lime
Lingfield (Lyngfeld):
Limnerslease, Roman villa see Compton
charities in 51. 83; coin of Ptolemy IV found
Limpsfield (Lymsfelde):
near 51. 153-4; enclosures 48. 144; excavaboundaries 49. 48; dyke on Surrey /Kent bountions at Dry Hill Camp 41. 79-92, illus.;
dary 57. 72-4; E.I.A.finds near Merle Common
History of Lingfield, by A. B. Hayward and S.
42. 110-1; earthworks in Tenchleys Pk,
Hazell, reviewed 42. 132-3; military assesssighting
?
mounds 49. 51-2; excavations of
ment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers 46. 119;
depressions on L. Common, negative result
Protestation returns 59. 59-62; roads and
41. 119; History of Oxted and Limpsfield, retrackways in 49. 20-55 passim. Roman road,
72

Lingfield (Lyngfeld) cont.


traces of 46. 127; traders' tokens 48. 27,
56. 40; visitation (1724-5) 39. 96
church: bequest to 51. 83; brasses 40. 113;
chandeliers in 47. 41-2, pi.; chaplains of see
Gilbert; Nicholas; curates of see Blundell;
Stileman; epitaphs in 43. 36, 37; Friends of
46. 137; Glynne's notes on 55. 96; Hussey
drawings of 49. 127
places: Beeches Farm 49. 43; Chartham
(Chertehamme, Certeham) 43. 86, 93, 98, 99,
54. 61; Cottage Lane see below Starborough
Rd.; Dry Hill Camp 49. 20-52 passim; Dry
Hill Ho. 49. 43; Dwelly Farm 49. 39; Dwelly
Lane 49. 34, 39, 41; Felcourt Wood 46. 128;
Haxted Mill 49. 25, 37, 39; Kiln Wood 49. 41;
Littleworth Cottage 49. 41; Plastow St. Cross,
Hussey drawing of 49. 127; Reynolds Wood
49. 43; Rowlands Farm 46. 127; Spring Wood
49. 43; Starborough (Sterborough) Castle
40. 77, 51. 83; Starborough Rd. (formerly
Cottage Lane) 49. 39, 41; Water Lane 49. 39, 41
Lingfield, Lingefeld, Lyngfield, Lynfield, Lyngefeud, Lynkefeud: Alan de 43. 93, 99; Edw. (Lingfield) 59. 60; John de 43. 87, 107; John, alias
Huntley, prior of Tandridge, R. of Oxted, R. of
Woodmansterne 47. 13k., 25-6
Linins, Rob. (Farleigh) 59. 66
Linnell, John, his portrait of Wm. Bray 46. 57
Linsted, Barth., alias Fowle q.v
Lintott, Nich. (Guildford), tokens of 56. 36
Lion's Green, Sx. 40. 105
Lipscombe, Rich., Prior of Newark, R. of Eversley, Hants, 47. 23

Lisle: fam., arms of 55. 20, 21, 22;


aft.-w. of Thos., Lord Berkeley,

Lisney, Lissne, Lystney:

Edm.

Margery

de,

#.t>.

(Dorking), token of

Edw. (Warlingham)

59. 68; Jas. (Reigate) 59. 52; Nich. (Gatton) 59. 42; Thos. (Buckland) 59. 38; Thos. (Warlingham) 59. 68
56. 33;

Liss, Hants., Rake in 52. 39


Listehull, Rich, de (Byfleet) 45. 52
Lister, Lyster: Brian (Blechingley) 59. 54, 56;
Geo., Curate of Leigh 45. 108; R. J., his Clapham in the 18th century, reviewed 39. 157-8;
Rob. (Finchley, Mx.) 52. 48
Littery, Quiobyn see Luteri
Little: fam., arms of 52. 70; Eliza, aft.-w. of Sir
Geo. Wombwell, q.v.; R. I.,Atwood School Iron
Age and Romano -British site, Sanderstead58. 112-3, Excavation of a Romano -British

settlement in Kings Wood, Sanderstead


58. 35-46; Rob. (Croydon), token of 56. 33; T. E.
(Hampstead) 52. 70
Little Bookham see Bookham, Little
Littleworth, Thos., canon of St. Mary Overy,
Southwark 47. 25
Littleworth Clumps see Seale
Liveing, Rog. (Egham), token of 56. 34
Livingston, John (Epsom) 57. 3-40 passim, his
daus. Marg. and Sarah 57. 17
Livingstone, Dr. David, his w. Mary, nee Moffat

51.115

Lloyd, Lloyde: Hy., lord of the manor of Ewell


51. 125; Rob. (Croydon), token of 56. 33; Rev.
and Hon. Rob. Lumley, R. of St. Paul's, Covent
Garden, owner of West Cheam Manor 47. 68
Lloyd Jones, C. W. see Jones
Lloyd's Evening Post, anonymous article on
Epsom Spa 57. 1-41 passim,
Loader, Thos. (Cobham) 58. 55

Local history, An experiment in 51. 102-9


Lock, Locke: fam., of Norbury Pk. 47. 109-12;
Amy, 47. Ill; Augusta 60. 64; Charles 47. Ill;
Geo., R. of Mickleham 47. Ill; Rob. (Horley)
59. 44; Wm. (Horley) 59. 44; Wm., of Norbury
Pk. 40. 69, 76, 47. 109-12, 58. 78; Wm., junior

47.111
Lockinge, Berks. 52. 34

Lockwood, Mr. (Thames Ditton) 39. 90


Loddington, Mr. (Abinger) 39. 83
Lodeham; Rich, de, and Newark Priory 40.

35, 37;

Rob. de 40. 34, 35


Lodge, Hy., V. of Dorking and R. of Mickleham

39.90,96
Lodger, John (Merstham) 59. 48
Loeschcke, Siegfried, his Lanterne and Lichthauschen quoted 42. 61-6
Loffekyn, John (Beddington) 52.35
Lofteman,
(Ewell) 54. 118
Lolesworth see Spitalfields

Lomax, Edm.

Shallett (Shere) 46. 48, 49, his


Wm. Bray 46. 27-30, his son

claim against

Edm. 46.

29, his w.46. 49

London:
Antiquaries' Club 46. 52n, 53, 54, 55; buckle
from Smithfield 56. 83; Laudable Society
46. 48k; med. jug from Seething Lane 52. 84, 86;
Robin Hood Society 46. 31, 36
churches and parishes, religious houses:
All Hallows, Bread St., lands in 43. 56; All
Hallows, Honey Lane, rector of see Benese;
Paynell; All Hallows, London Wall, lands in
52. 39; All Hallows the Great, the Ropery,
lands in 43. 57; Brunswick chapel, Berkeley
St., minister of see Fawssett; Christchurch,

canons of, bequest to 43. 54; Friars Preachers, near Ludgate 43. 53; Grey Friars, bequest to 51. 87; Holy Trinity, Aldgate, lands in
43. 55; London Bridge, Brothers of 43. 104; St.
Andrew, Baynards Castle, bequest to 43. 54;
St. Andrew Undershaft, bequest to 47. 27, parson of see Riley, rector of see Bonney; St.
Antholin (Auntelyn, Anthony), bequest to
52. 37, 38; St. Benet Fink, parish, glass makers
living in 52. 90; St. Botolph, Billingsgate, lands
in 43. 57; St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, benefice of
46. 96, lands in 52. 39; St. Christopher, parish,
glassmakers living in 52. 90; St. Dunstan in

the East 52. 39, memorial tablet to Edw.


Belitha 47. 54, quays in 43. 57; St. Dunstan
West, Fleet St., chantry of Wm. de Cheyham
47. 101, tenement in 47. 101; St. Giles, Cripplegate, tenement in 47. 101; St. Helen, Bishopsgate, lands in 43. 107; St. John Baptist of Taylors, Brotherhood of 43. 54; St. Lawrence

73

London: church, etc.cont.


Jewry, lands in 43. 56; St. Leonard, Eastcheap,
lands in 43. 57, parson of see Kyrtcham; St
Magnus the Martyr, Brotherhood of, bequest
to 43. 54; St. Margaret, Lothbury 51. 90; St

Margaret Pattens, "shriving" pew

52. 89; St.

Martin le Grand, dean of see Bocland; Roches,


Luke de; St. Mary Aldermanbury, lands in
43. 56; St. Mary Aldermary, bequest for glazing west window 52. 38; St. Mary-at-Hill,
"shriving" pew 52. 89; St. Mary, Fenchurch,
lands in 43. 57; St. Mary Graces Abbey on
Tower Hill, Abbot of 52. 39; St. Mary le Bow
(de Archis) 43. 104, 108, dean of see Osbert;
St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish St., lands in
52. 39, rector of see Chipping; St.

Mary

Michael,
Queenhithe, lands in 43. 57; St. Michael, Wood
St. parson of see Jennings, Thos.; St Peter
West Cheap, lands in 43. 56; St. Thomas the
Apostle 43. 105, 107, 51. 84, bequest to 52. 45;
St. Paul's Cathedral, bequest to 52. 45, dean of
see Ferringes; Montfort, Fraternity of Jesus,
bequest to 52. 36, prebend of Ealdlan in 46. 91,

Mounthaw, parson of see Ibry;

St.

prebend of Hoxton

in 46. 94,

prebendary of

see Edgley; St. Paul's, Covent Garden, rector


of see Lloyd
City companies see Merchant Taylors
inns and coffee houses
Angel 46. 38-43 passim; Antigallican 46. 40;
Betty's 46. 38, 40; Buffalo 46. 46k; Clifton's
Chop House 46. 43; Crown and Anchor (Antiquaries Club) 46. 52w, 53, 54, 55; Crown and
Rolls 46. 37; Feathers 46. 40, 42; Golden Lion,
Lombard St. 47. 53; Holylands 46. 50, 53;
Lincoln's Inn Coffee House 46. 39; Mundy's,
Maiden Lane 46. 46, 49; New Exchange Coffee
House 46. 38; New Inn, Western Bridge 46. 30,
37; Percy Coffee House 46. 46, Laudable Society meetings held a': 46. 48w; Prosser's

London, Bishop of see Bonner


London, Survey of, Vol. XXHI, reviewed 52. 93;
Vol. XXV, reviewed 54. 151
London, Loundres: Hy. de, Archbishop of Dublin
46. 79; Rog. de 43. 87; Ste., alias Byssater,
q.v.; Thos., alias Hendon, q.v.; Wm. de 43. 87,
107
London, Brighton and South Coast Railway 59. 72
London Museum, room from Poyle Pk. in 59. 89;
Saxon grave goods from Mitcham 56. 52-132

passim

arms of 55. 24; Beeston,


of the Bank of England 59. 76; Fra.
(Betchworth) 59. 36; John,/!. 15th cent 55. 24;
John (Gt Bookham),//. 1561 51. 106; Reg.
43. 93; Sir Rich. 55. 24, 25; Rob., M.P. for

Long, Longe: fam.,

Governor

Wilts, and his w. Alice, nee Popham 55. 24;


Thos.de,/7. 1324, bailiff of Byfleet manor
45. 52; Sir Thos.,//. c. 1500 55. 24; Thos.
(Crowhurst) 59. 56
Long Ditton see Ditton, Long
Long Walk (footpath through Limpsfield and
Westerham) 40. 103
Longespee, Wm. (Shalford) 43. 100
Longford (Cardinal's) river, water supply for

Hampton Court Palace 56. 3


Longhurst: Edw. (Reigate) 59. 53; John (Betchworth) 59. 37; Ralph (Oxted) 59. 62; Rich.
(Betchworth) 59. 37
Longley, Longly: fam., arms of (Addington)
48. 71, 73, 74; Chas. Thos., Archbishop of
Canterbury, arms of (Addington) 48. 71, 73, 79;
Hy., his brass (Addington) 48. 73, his w. Diana,
nee Davenport 48. 73; John (Oxted) 59. 62
Longmead (township 3, open fields in 48. 135
Longuil, Math, de 43. 99
Loom weights:
B.A.: cylindrical, Carshalton 49. 56, 71
E.I.A.: Albury 58, 97-8, illus.; triangular:

Ewell 50. 17, St. Martha's 43, 114, pi, Woking


Eastcheap 52. 39;
59.16
Saxon: 56. 140, 143, 144
Slaughter's 46. 37; Sugar Loaf in Bell Yard
Lord Derby's (Surrey) Staghounds 43. 13
46. 38; Turk's Head Coffee House 46. 46;
White Lion, Wych Street 46. 37
Lord of Misrule at Kingston 44. 104, 107-8
Lord Mayors: see Abbott; Amcott; Barnard;
Lorde: Alice (Westminster and Sutton), her wiU
52. 47-8, her children, Barth., Edm., Geo., Hy.,
Bruges; Clayton; CoUet; Evans; Fleet; Lambert
Lewen; Parkhurst; Parsons, H.; Parsons, Sir
J as., John, Wm. 52. 47-8, her husband Geo.
52.48
J.; Starling; Stewart; Tulse
places other than above: Athelingestrate see
Lords Lieutenant of Surrey 40.40-55
below Watling St.; Bread St.brewhouse in
Lorkyn: John, parson 52. 49; Wm., V. of Farnham
47. 101; Colbrokeskey 43. 57; Covent Garden
42.116
31-47
theatre, visited by Wm. Bray 46.
Lorrett, Ph. W. (Guildford) 59. 77
Wm.
passim; Drury Lane playhouse, visited by
Lort, Mr. [Mich], antiquary 46. 47, 48
Bray 46. 31-51 passim; Eastcheap 52. 39; Inns Loseley MSS, letter on pottery clay from Farnwooden,
replace
of Court, green glazed mugs
ham Pk. 52. 50
c. 1560 52. 52; Ludgate Prison, bequest to
Loseley Place see Artington
52. 37; Milk St., houses in 43. 92, 96, 101; NewLostock, fam., arms of (Addington) 48. 78
gate Prison, bequest to 52. 37; St Clement's
Louden, Geo. (Long Ditton) 39. 90
Lane 52. 39; Seething (Syding) Lane 52. 39,
Loughborough, Leics., benefice of 46. 96
med. jug from 52. 84, 86; Smithfield, buckle
Loughore, Rob., R. of W. Horsley and Archdeacon
from 56. 83; Watling St. (Atheling, Athelingeof Totnes 45. 104
strate) 43. 86, 105; Ypres Inn 51. 84
Loundres, Hy.de see London
London, Archdeacon of see Harpffyld
Lovejoy, Caleb (Guildford), merchant tailor
46. 37, 40;

74

Rams Head

in

Lovejoy, Caleb cont.


39. 93, his epitaph 43. 44

Lovekyn, Edw. (Kingston) 43. 121


Lovelace: Mr. (Hurley, Berks.) 47. 15; Eliz.
51. 90; John Hy. Arthur 51. 90; Thos. 51. 91
Lovelace, 1st Earl of see King,Wm., aft. KingNoel; 2nd Earl of see King-Milbanke
Lovell, Lovel, Luvel: fam., arms of (Addington)
48. 68;
(Albury), his excavation of Farley
Heath 46. 12; Mrs. 52. 41; Edw., R. of Rotherhithe 39. 98; Eliz., wee Guy, her monument
(Addington) 48. 68; Ste. (Westerhan) 43. 94;

Wm. (Merstham) 59. 47


Lowe: John (Gatton) 59. 43; Thos., monk of Sheen
47.19
Lowen, Thos. 52. 48
Lowfield (Lovel) Heath see Charlwood
Lowtewithe, Alan, R. of Merrow 45. 103
Lowther, A. W. G., excavates Stane Street at
Holmwood 43. 116-7; his contributions to
S.A.S. Collections 53. 94; Hon. Secretary of
53. 36, 71; reports on: coin from Over51. 54, med. pottery from "The Mounts",
Leatherhead 50. 156, Saxon skeleton at E.
Horsley 54. 136, skeleton at Albury 54. 136;
Ashtead flue -tile found at Verulafnium

S.AS.

wey

man site near the parish church, Ashtead


42. 77-84; Roman store -jar found at Farnham
43. 118-9; Roman villa at Sandilands Road,
Walton-on-the-Hill, excavations of 1948-9:
51.65-81; Romano-British occupation site
near Byfleet 46. 131-6; The Saxon cemetery
at Guildown, Guildford 39. 1-50, additional
finds 41. 119^22; Stane St., further excavations at Ewell 44. 143-6; Stane St. in Redlands
Wood 44. 140-3; Three stone axes from

Ashtead 51. 141-2; Two neolithic stone maceheads 45.141;i4 unusual coin of Constantine
found at Ewell 51.153-4; Wall painting in
Fetcham church 50. 171; reviews by 44. 1668,51.157-8,58.119.
Lowther, A. W. G., and Goodchild, R. G., Excavations at Farley Heath during 1939, 48. 31-40
Lowther, Thos. (Cobham) 58. 54
Loxley: fam. 39. 53; Sam. (Reigate) 59. 53
Loynes, Wm. (Woldingham) 59. 68
Lucas: fam., arms of (Ashtead) 48. Ill; A. Muriel,

The history of the Society's library 53. 46-60;


Edw. (Reigate) 59. 50; Hy." (Tatsfield) 59. 66;
John (Betchworth) 59. 36; Pet., R. of Chevening, Kent 47. 17; Rich. (Buckland) 59. 38; Sam.

(Limpsfield) 59. 58; Sir Thos., 1st Bt., lord of


brief history of the Society
the manor of Ashtead, memorial window in ch.
53. 1-34; Bronze Age vessel from near Hasle48. Ill; Thos. (Leigh) 59. 46; Wm. (Reigate)
mere 55. 121; Bronze palstave from Sheer 59.51
water 55. 122; Bronze -iron age and Roman
Luce,
(Blechingley) 59. 55
ornafinds at Ashtead 41. 93-8; Cast bronze
Luck, W. H., his Byegone Chiddingfold, reviewed
An
ment from St. Catherine's Hill 51. 143;
40. 131
Early Iron Age oven at St. Martha's Hill
Lucy: fam., arms of (Alfold) 48. 91, 93; Geof de,
iron
key
113-5;
Early
mediaeval
from
43.
and lands at Byfleet 45. 48, his son Geof.
Leatherhead 50. 169; Earthivorks on Banstead
45. 49, his grandson Geof. 45. 49, 50, 51, his w.
Heath 50. 170; Excavations at Ewell (Ewell Ho.)
Desirre 45. 51; Godfrey de, Bishop of Win42. 113; Excav at ions at Ewell in 1934 43. 17-35;
chester, and foundation of Newark Priory
Excavations at Purberry Shot, Ewell 50. 9-46;
40. 31; Rich, de, and land in Godstone 54. 60, 61
Flint axes from Ewhurst 55. 118; Flint axes
Ludgator, Ben., designer of first Hampton Court
from Woking 55. 120; Flint tranchet -axe from
Bridge 58.81
Ashtead 55. 118; Forthcoming archaeological
Ludlow: Hy. (Shalford) 39. 99; John, arms of
survey of Farnham 44. 137-8, 155; Iron age
(Banstead) 50. 123; Lambert (Banstead) 42. 86
pottery from Ewell and Ashtead 50. 139-41,
Luffe, Wm. (Chobham), token of 56. 32
from Fetcham 50. 142-3, from St. George's
Luffrum, John (Egham), token of 56. 34
Hill Camp, Weybruige 51. 144-7; Late Bronze
Lugar, S., Compiler of index to S.A.S. CollecAge sword from Charlwood 55. 122; Looped
tions 53. 94
palstave from Frensham 50. 137; Mediaeval
Luke: Archdeacon of S.,43. 102, 103; chancellor
heraldic pendant from Lower Bourne, near
of Wells 46. 83; chaplain to Pandulph, King's
Farnham 56. 161-2; Note on the Roman potSumpter 46. 83
tery (from villa on Walton Heath) 51.64;
Luke: Hy. (Mitcham), tokens of 56. 40; Pet.,
Pattern-stamped flue-tiles from the Chatley
monk of Bermondsey, possibly R. of ChevenFarm bath-building 50. 94-8; Pottery from
ing, Kent 47. 17
Farley Heath 2.1 -76; Pottery from Merle
Lumley, John, Baron Lumley, lord of the manor
Common, Limpsfield (1933) 50. 144-7; Recentof Ewell 47. 68, 54. 78, 88, 107, and Nonsuch
ly discovered charter (c. 1220) granting land
Palace 54. 88, 58. 3, his epitaph (Cheam) 43. 42
at Beddington and Wallington to St. Thomas'
Lunn, Rich. (Farnham), token of 56. 35
Hospital 50. 168; Report on the excavation,
Lupton, Wm. (Reigate) 59. 53
1946-7, of a Roman site at Farnham 54. 47-56; Lurgashall, Sx., tranchet axe from 46. 110
Report on excavations at site of Early Iron
Lusher: Nich. (Puttenham) 54. 92, his w. Mary
nee Saunder 54. 92; Thos. (Chiddingfold), token
Age camp in the grounds of Queen Mary 's
Roman
Hospital, Carshalton 49. 56-74; The
of 56. 32; Thos. (Merstham) 59. 48
Ashtead
"chimney-pots" from
42. 61-6; RoLushington, Rt. Hon. Ste., of Ockham Pk., his
man pottery from Cobham 42. 111-3; The Romonument 45. 35, presents plate to Ockham
43. 117-8;

75

Lushington, Rt. Hon.

Ste cont.

60. 88; Seventeenth-century lime-kiln,

Lusignan, Aymer de, Bishop of Winchester


57.76
Lusted, Lustid: Ben. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Geo.
(Lingfield) 59. 60; John (Merstham) 59.48
Luteri, Luthery, Littery: Ogniabene (Ombien,
Quiobyn), glassmaker 52.89-91
Luttenden, Edw. (Lingfield) 59. 60
Lutyens, Sir Edwin, designer of fourth Hampton
Court bridge 58. 83
Luvel see Lovell
(Kingston) 44. 115
Lycroft,
Lydeney,Wm.42. 97
Lyeg, Reg. de 43. 100
Lyfe, Lyefe, Lyffe: see Life
Lyfeld, Lyfield: fam., arms of 46. 61, brass
(Stoke d'Abernon) 46. 61, 62, 63, 65; Jane, aft.
w. of Sir Fra. Vincent, q.v.; Thos. (Stoke
d'Abernon) 46. 62, 58. 60-1, his w. Frances,
ne'e Bray 46. 62, 65, 58. 60
Lyghe see Leigh
Lymden see Limden
Lyme, Rich., gift to Walton-on-Thames ch. 47. 45
Lymsfelde see Limpsfield
Lynch, Lynche: Lady (Esher) 39. 91, 92; John,
servant 43. 59; Sir Thos. (Esher) 39. 92
Lynchets: as evidence of course of "Pilgrim's
Way" 41. 8-10; Mickleham 49. 104; see also
Field systems
Lynd, Lynde: Alex. (Rickmansworth, Herts.)
58. 50, his dau. Eliz., aft. w. of Rob. Gavell
(Cobham), q.v.; Sir Hum. 58. 49, 50, his dau.
Marg., aft. (l) w. of Vincent Gavell, (2) w. of
J. Piatt, q.v .; Rob. (Sutton) 59. 75
Lynfield, Lyngfield see Lingfield
Lynne: Audrey, aft. Gresham, q.v.; Wm. (Southwick, Northants.) 52. 41
Lynys, John (Kingston) 44. 124
Lysons, Mr. [Sam.], antiquary 46. 53, 54, 55
Lyster see Lister
Lystney see Lisney
Lytcott, Sir John, lease of Molesey Ferry 58. 79
Lythehill Farm, Sx., tranchet axe from 46. 110
Lyttelton, Lyttleton: Thos., Baron Lyttelton
(Epsom) 51. Ill

Mabank see Maubanc


Mabberley, Fra. (Farnham), fishmonger

Wm.

(Banstead) 41. 31
Maberley, Mr., M. F. H. 43. 7, 8

Mabbott,

Macadam, Loudon, and roads

Horley

60.87-8

ch.45.39

in S. 46. 3

56. 35

Macnamara, Dav. (Streatham) 59. 2, 5


Madan, Rev. Mart., of Woodcote End, Epsom
48.10,51.123
Madhurst, John 42. 98
Madox, Maddox: Ben., charity of 39. 86

Maid Marian

44. 114, 118

Maidstone, Kent, St. Peter's ch. (Pilgrims'


chapel) 44. 60-1
[Maidstone], Meydestan: Nich., R. of St. Olave,

Southwark43.104
Major, Albany

F.,

observations on

Roman road

Croydon 45. 122, 137-8


Maiden (Maulden. Maudon):
arrowhead from 58. Ill; manor: held by Merat

ton College, Oxford 41. 34-9, maps of (1623,


1627) 41. 34-9; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; open field at 48. 131; parish registers
46. 120; pottery, med. 50. 152-6; Roman site
50. 152; token wrongly assigned to 48. 27;
visitation (1724-5) 39. 96
church: nave and tower re-built by J. Good

41. 35; vicar of see Thomas, John


places: Bunny Furlong 41. 36; Churchway Shot
41. 35; Downe Field 41. 35; East Field 41. 35;

High Down Shot, Upper and Lower 41. 35;


Holland up End Shot 41. 35; Longwhetcroft
41. 35; Lower Shot 41. 36; Maiden Common
41. 38; Meadow Field 41. 35; Meadow Hill
41. 36; Mott's Furze Farm (Furse Farm, Motspur) 41. 35, 36; Seven Acre Shot 41. 35; Shortwhetcroft 41. 35; Wofurlong 41. 36
Maiden, Hy. Elliot, and the "Pilgrims' Way"
44. 57-8; Hon. Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 36,portr.;
his contributions to Collections 53. 91; his
death 53. 54; obituary 39. 164; organises visits
53. 83; Ansuers to Bishop Willis's visitation
articles from Surrey parishes 39. 82-103;
Kingsland in Neivdigate 39. 147-9; Notes on

parliamentary representation in Surrey


39. 51-64
Malemeins, Malesmains: Nich. 43. 88, 93, 94
Mailing, South, Sx., church 43. 108, 110
Mailing, Ralph de, R. of Ockham 54. 145
Maltby: John, R. of Ockham, V. of Send 45. 45,
49. 120; Thos. 52. 36,37
Malt-house, Sutton 59. 71
aft.
Malthus: fam., arms of (Albury) 48. 93;
w. of Edw. Bray, q. v.; Anne, aft.w. of Sam.

Mann

Godschall, q.v.;R.,46. 44, 51, 52, 53, 55,


his w. 46. 52, his dau. 46. 44, 51; Sydenham

46.56
Macartney, General (Walton- on- Thames) 39. 101
Malton, Rob. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Wm. 43. 96
Macclesfield, Earl of see Parker
Mammoth tooth, Bramley 39. 144-5
McCulloch, J. C, Potterv from Limpsfield
Man, Bishop of see Mann, Hy.
57.101
Mace-heads, stone: Dorking and Farnham 45. 141. Man, fam. see Mann
Manard, Wm. (Rotherhithe) token of 56. 45
pi.; Wotton: Ranmore Common 51. 141
Manchester, John (Streatham) 52.34
Macey, Macy see Massey
Manfield, Thos., monk of Sheen 47. 20
Mackreth, Rob., gambler, trustee for the sale of
Manicure set, Roman, Ewell 50. 21
Jas. Fox's estates at Cobham 58. 58
Mann, Manne, Man: fam., arms of (Albury) 48.
MacLeod, D., Flint axes from Horley 55. 119;
And. and his son Wm., student 47. 28; Geo.
The Old Vicarage. Vicarage Lane, Horley
,

76

93;

Mann, Manne,

Mancont.

(Oxted) 59. 62; Hy., Prior of Sheen, Bishop of


Man, parson of Sibson and Thurcaston, Leics.
47. 14, 19, will of 47. 27-8, his cousin Hy.
47. 27; Jas. G., The funeral helmet of Sir
Thomas Vincent in Stoke d'Abernon church
47. 84-7; Wm., canon of St. Mary Overy, Southwark 47. 25; Wm., aft. Godschall, q.v.
Manners: fam., arms of (Addington) 48. 72, 78,
(Battersea) 55. 34; Lucy (Sutton) 59. 70; General Russell, d. 1800, arms of (Battersea)
55. 34; Russell, d. 1840, his monument (Battersea) 55. 35; Lord Wm. 55. 34
Manner s-Sutton, Chas., Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of (Addington) 48. 72, 78
Manning, Owen, R. of Ash 48. 97, and Wm. Bray

46.26,49,51

Manningham,

Sir Rich., fraud at

Godalming un-

masked 40. 44
Manor of Tooting Bee and

its reputed Priory


59.1-14
Manorial courts 57. 6-7, 58. 51; court rolls see
individual manors under parishes
Manorial field systems 48. 129-36
Manorial history of Cobham 58. 47-78
Manorial records, in Guildford Muniment Room
53. 73, 76; of Bookham, Gt. 51. 102-9
Manors: Surrey manors held by Merton College
and Corpus Christi College, Oxford, in the
17th century 41. 34-49, see also individual
manors under parishes
Manory: fam., arms of (Ash) 48. 98; Thos., and
his dau. Anne aft. Vine, brass in Ash ch.
48.98
Mansell, Mantill: John, alias Coddington (Cuddington), Curate of Merton, R. of Morden
45. 113, 47, 21, his w. Alicia 47. 21; Rob. (Buckland) 59. 38
Mansfield, Lord see Murray
Manship, Mr. (Sutton) 59. 84
Mantell, Mantle: John (Betchworth) 59. 37; John

(Blechingley) 59. 55; Rich. (Reigate) 59. 53;

Thos. (Betchworth) 59.37


Mantelpieces see Fireplaces
Mantill see Mansell
Manuscripts: Ambrose Glover's collection of
59. 92-3; med., in library of York Minster,
possibly from Newark Priory 49. 116-7;
S.A.S. collection of 53. 72-7; see also Records
Manwaring, Mr. (Farnham) 39. 92

Manwoode

[? Marwood]: Rog.51.91
Mapledurham, Hants., parson of see Wykeham;

R. of see Skerning

Maps: barrow sites on early maps 42. 32; of S.


in S.A.S. Library 53. 56, 59-60; of S., used by
Defoe in his Tour 55. 43; Ordnance Survey,
the "Pilgrims'

Way"

in 44. 48, 52, 54, 56, 66;

Rocque's Map of Surrey 40. 65-77; for parish


and estate maps see under parishes
Mara, de, fam., manors of 39. 148
March, John (Godalming) 47.39
Marchall see Marshall
Marchant, Rich. (Titsey) 59. 67

Marcilly, Armand, Seigneur de, arms of 55. 35,


his dau. Marie Claire, aft w. of Hy. St. John,
Viscount Bolingbroke, q.v
Marden:
(Reigate) 59. 50; And. (Blechingley)
59. 55; And. (Reigate) 59. 52; John (Horley)
59. 45; Nich. (Reigate) 59. 54; Rob. (Reigate)
59. 53; Thos. (Reigate) 59. 52
Marden Pk. see Godstone
Mareschal, Marescall: see Marshall
Margaret, Queen of Edward I, will of 46. 92
Margary, Ivan D., Vice-President of S.A.S.
53. 41, 85; his contributions to Collections
.

53. 94; his North Downs main trackway and


the Pilgrims' Way, reviewed 54. 150; his Roman roads in Britain, Vol. I, reviewed 54. 131;

Roman ways in the Weald, reviewed


51. 157-8; Coin of Ptolemy IV found near
Lingfield 51. 153; An Early Iron Age site
his

near

Merle Common, Limpsfield 42. 110-1; The


London-Croydon-Porlslade Roman roadi
45. 116-39, a correction 46. 125-8; The North
Downs' main trackways 52. 29-31; St. George's
church, Crowhurst 51. 156; Stane St. at Oakwood Hill, Ockley 49. 106-7; Stane St. at Talbot Yard, Borough High Street 52. 80; Stane
St. north of Dorking 55. 1-3, a correction
56. 1-2; see also Winbolt, S. E. and Margary
Mario, Pet. de see Seymour
Marisco, Rich, de, Bishop of Durham 46. 79
Marks on masonry see Masonry
Marlborough, Dowager Duchess of, patron of
Martha's 39.88
Marley, Tim., alias Harley, q.v.
Marlyne, Thos. (Horley) 59. 43
Marques, Thos. (Putney), token of 56. 42

Marrow

see

St.

Merrow

Marsh, Mershe: Lawr. (London and Dorking),


M.P.for S.39. 63,55. 53-60 passim, his 1st
w.Anne, nee Johns 55. 53, his 2nd w. Eliz.
nee Colbron 55. 33-9, his sons, Jas., John,
Wm. 55. 55, 56, 64w; Pet. atte (Cobham) 58. 53;
Rog. (London), merchant tailor 55. 53; see
also Marisco
Marshall, Marchall, Mareschal, Marescall: fam.,
friend of Wm. Bray 46. 40;
arms of 55. 20;

History of the old villages of


Cheam and Sutton, reviewed 45. 161, Brass in
Lumley Chapel, Cheam 47. 100-1, Rate book
of the parish of Cheam from 1730 to 1 753
47. 67-83, The sites of two more thirteenth
century pottery kilns at Cheam 47. 99-100,
Supposed Roman road at Ewell. 47. 98-9;
Ethel Anne (Clapham) 40. 113; Sir F., M.FJL
43. 12; John lejl. 1310 43. 87; John, fl. 1358,
M.P. for Guildford 39. 58, John, monk of Bermondsey 47. 17; John (Southwark) 39. 100;
Josiah, horse owner 44. 6; Rich. 52. 48; Rich.
(Blechingley) 59. 56; Rob., monk of Sheen
47. 19; Thos. 52. 49; Wm. 50. 169; Wm. (Peckham), token of 56. 41
Marshalsea see Southwark
Mar sham, Wm. (Richmond), token of 56. 43
Marshlands, manor of see Newdigate

Chas.

J., his

77

Marston: fam., arms of (Banstead) 50. 109; Eliz.,


aft.-w. of Sir Cuthbert Buckle, q.v.; John, and
racing at Epsom 44. 15
Martha, Lady,//. 1758 46. 40
Martin see Merton
Martin: of Canterbury, R. of Rotherhithe 43. 102,
103; Prior of St. Mary Overy, Southwark 46. 75
Martin, Hy. son of 43. 106
Martin, Martyn, Marten: Abdiah (Guildford),
tokens of 56. 36; Ant. (Betchworth) 59.37;
Augustine (Southwark) 39. 100; Bennet (Charlwood) 59. 40; Dan see Dammartin; Dorothy
51. 87; Frances 51. 90; Geo. (Pirbright) 39. 98;
Hy. (Godalming), or rather May, q.v.; Hy.
(Kingston), token of 48. 26, 56. 38; Jeremy
(Blechingley) 59. 55; John 42. 95; John (Guildford), tokens of 56. 37; John, canon of Newark,
V. of Puttenham 47. 24; Marie 51. 90; Nath.
(Blechingley) 59. 55; Nich. (Reigate) 59. 53;
Nich. (Titsey) 59. 67; Rich. (Charlwood) 59. 40;
Thos. (Reigate) 59. 57
Martindale, Mr., of Sutton Ct. 59. 70, 76
Martingale, Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 55
Martyr, Martyre, Marter: Mr. (Guildford), attorney 46. 33, 34, 39, 42w, 48, his w. 46. 32, 33, his
son Jacky 46. 32, 35, 48, 54; J. (Guildford)
46. 31; John (Gatton) 59. 43; Wm., alias James,
Thos., q.v.

Marty rhill see St. Martha's


Martyrs, tradition of, relating to St. Martha's
54.19
Marwick, John de 57. 82
Marwood [ ? Manwoode], Rog. 51. 91
Mary on, H., his Metalwork and enamelling^ reviewed 54. 150
Masks see Face masks
Mason: John, R. of Headley 39. 94; R.T. see Margary, I. D. and Mason; Sam. (Oxted) 59. 62;
Simon (Epsom) 57. 8; Thos. (Streatham) 59. 2
Masonry, marks on: Blechingley ch. 54. 67; Ockham ch. 45. 33; "Pilgrim" crosses 44. 64-5
Masonry, polychrome 55. 4-6

Mass

dial see Sundial

Massacre at Guildown, accounts of 39. 47-50


Massey, Masseye, Massy, Macey, Macy: Agnes,
Foxwell, q.v .; John,/?. 1428, and Pachenesham manor 55. 10; John (Gt. Bookham),/?.
1634 51. 108; Wm.,/!. 1419, and Pachenesham

aft.

manor

55. 9, 12, 14, 15;

Wm.

(Gt.

Bookham),

1678 51. 108

d.

Matham, Hamelin

de, his dau. Marg., aft. w. of


John Mitchell, q. v.
Matsen, Jas. (Merstham) 59.48
Matthew, Matthewe, Mathew, Mathewe, Matheu,

Mathie:

(Chipstead) 59. 42; Ben. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Ben. (Merstham) 59. 48; Chris.
(Leigh) 59. 46; Edw. (Leigh) 59. 46; Erasmus
(Reigate) 59. 53; Hugh (Lingfield), servant
51. 84; J. (Epsom), carpenter 57. 28; Jas.
(Gatton) 59. 43; Jas. (Leigh) 59. 46; John
(Blechingley) 59. 56; John (Buckland) 59.38;
John (Leigh) 59. 46; John (Limpsfield) 59. 58;
Nich. (Leigh) 59. 46; Nich. (Reigate) 59. 52;

78

Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 55; Rich. (Buckland)


59. 38; Rich. (Farleigh) 59. 66; Rich. (Leigh)
59. 46; Rich. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Rob. (Chipstead) 48. 42; Rob. (Farleigh) 59. 66; Thos.
(Buckland) 59. 38; Thos. (Leigh) 59. 46; Thos.
(Reigate) 59. 51; Wm. (Leigh) 59. 45; Wm.
(Reigate) 59. 52; Zebutan (Merstham) 59.47

Matthews, Matthewes, Mathews: Mr. (Cheam)


47. 81; C. Pask, The Laye Bretherns Statutes
(Shene) Part H 39. 112-43; Edw., Clerk of the
Works (Ockham) 49. 120; Geof. (Chipstead)
59.42
Mattingley, H., identification of coin 50. 64
Mattock, 16th cent., Cuddington 58. 7
Matugenus, Samian potter 57. 46

Maubanc, Mabank: fam. (Send) 40. 31-8 passim,


pedigree 40. 37; Dionisia 40. 34; Geof. 40. 34-8,
his w. Alice, alias Maud 40. 36-8, his dau.
Juliana, aft. w. of Hy. arte Beche, q.v., his son
Wm. 40. 36; Rob., and his w. Gunilda 40. 32, 37,
his son Edm.40. 32; Ruald (Reginald), alias de
Sandes,his 1st w. Margery, nee Mucegros and
his 2nd w. Alice, aft. w. of Gil. de St. Fide
40. 33, 34, 37, his daus. Lucy, aft. w. of Rob. de
Pappeworth, Joan, aft. w. of Rog. de Dendeswell and Alice 40. 33, 37; Wm., son of Ruald
de Calna 40. 31, 32, 33, 37; see also Maybank
Maudeleyn, John, and Byfleet Pk. 45. 60, his w.
Alice 45. 60
Maudyt: Hy. 42. 94; John, and his w. Radulpha

42.94
Maulden see Maiden
Maurice, John (Gatton) 59. 43
Mausoleum, Hatchford (Cobham) 59. 92, pi.
Mawbey: Sir Jos., 1st Bt, of Mascall's Grove
(Chertsey) 40. 75, M.P. for S. 46. 51, steward

Epsom races 44. 12, 13; Sir Jos., 2nd Bt.,


destruction of trees in Epsom 57. 27
Mawr, John, R. of Chipstead 45. Ill
Mawry, John, clerk 51. 92
Maxhill, Mr. (Guildford) 46. 35
MaxweU: Mr. 46. 37; Rob., 1st Earl of Farnham
(W. Horsley) 40. 76; Violet Sophia, chandelier
to the memory of, in St. Mary's ch., Guildford
of

47.40
May, Maye: Edm. 42. 96; Hy. (Godalming), tokens
of 48. 24, 56. 35; John (Guildford), shoemaker,
token of 56. 37; John (Oxted) 59. 62; Rich.
(Lingfield) 59. 61; Thos. (Rotherhithe), token
of 56. 45; Thos. (Tatsfield) 59. 66; Wm. (Lingfield) 59. 61
May Day: fair, Albury 54. 17; games, Kingston
44. 103, 107, 116-21; maypole, Albury 58. 100

Maybank, J. T. (Dorking) 54. 141; see also Maubanc


Maybury see Woking
Mayce, Mich. (Oxted) 59. 62
Maycome, Thos. (Leigh) 59. 46
Mayett: Margery 52. 37, 38; Wm. 52. 37, 38
Maynard: Dav. (Oxted) 39. 98; John 51. 95; John
(Epsom) 57. 28, 32, his son John 57. 28; John
(Lingfield) 59. 60; Walt. (Ockham) 60. 58
Mayne, Sir Wm., Bt. (Gatton) 40. 69, 77

Mayo, Rev. Dr., headmaster of Cheam School


60.68
Mazey, Hy., of Weston Manor Farm (Thames
Ditton) 59. 33

Mead, Mede: Sir Nath. (Woodmansterne)

39. 103;

Thos., R. of Dolton, Devon 49. 122


Meade- Waldo, E. R., discovers flint site at Outwood 41. 66
Mealing stones, Roman, Puttenham 57. 69-70, pi .
Mears: Chas., Geo., Thos. (Whitechapel), bellfounders 45. 29
Meath, Bishop of see Andrew, Wm.
Mede see Mead
Medeford, Nich. de, Keeper of swans, Byfleet Pk.

45.57
Mediaeval: games and gaderyngs at Kingston
44. 102-36, illus.; inscription in Merstham ch.
48. 154, pi.; MS. at York from Newark Priory
49. 116-7; misc. finds, Newark Priory 40. 23-4;
site excavated, Seale 48. 113-7, pi.; wall foundations, Chertsey 43. 49-52; see also Bricks;
Buckles; Button; Crypt; Flint mine; Keys; Pendant; Pottery;

Reckoning counter; Seals; Wood-

work
in

Medylton see Middleton


Mee, Arthur, his The King's England: Surrey, reviewed 46. 140
Meekings, C. A. F., The early history of Sandon
Hospital 57. 75-84
Meiremarius, Reg. 43. 105
Meke, John 42. 96

Mekylham see Mickleham


Mellersh:

(Guildford) 46. 33, 34, 38, 40, 42, 51:

purchases reputed manor

of

Sydney Wood,

Alfold 48. 96
Mellish, Colonel, and racing in S. 44. 21; Geo.
(Sanderstead), his w. Mary, nee Kynnersley

48.78
Melton, Rich, de 43. 106

Members
Mendez,

of

Parliament see Parliament


(Mitcham) 39. 97

Menheniot, Cornwall, benefice of 46. 95


Menzies, Miss, friend of Wm. Bray 46. 51
Meon, East, Hants., Rothercombe in 40. 31
Meonstoke, Hants., benefice of 46. 89

Mercer:

ted)

on Downs 42. 50, 54. 43; E.I. A.


finds 54. 37, 41; earthworks
54. 35; enclosures and open fields 48. 135, 148;
estates of Poyle fam.in 41. 125; house at,
Hussey drawing of 49. 127; lands in 51. 88;
military assessment (1805) 52. 61; on Rocque's
map 40. 71; parish registers 46. 120; racecourse on Downs 42. 3, 44. 22; visitation
(1724-5) 39.96

barrow
and

site

Roman

church: bequest to 51. 94; Glynne's notes on


55. 97, in relation to font 55. 67; Hussey drawing of 49. 127; rectors of see Harward; Lowtewithe
places: Hare Warren 43. 9; Levelsdene (Level's

Grove) 43.

9;

Merrow Downs

54. 35, 37, 41, 43;

Merry: fam., arms

Medmenham, Abbot of Chertsey, and lands


Cobham 58. 52, 53, 68

H.,

Meroe see Merrow


Merovingian gold coin, Brockham 56. 134
Merrist Wood see Worplesdon
Merrow (Meroe, Merowe, Marrow):
{See also Clandon, West and Guildford, into
which former parts of M. are now incorpora-

(Horley) 59. 44; Rich. (Reigate)


A mummers' play 58. 115, Resi-

59. 51; T.S.,

dences of Jane and Anna Maria Porter


57. 102-3; Residences of Rev. W.Huntington
58. 118, see also Gravett, K. W. E. and Mercer
Merchant Taylors, company of, bequest to 52. 37
Merchant Taylors' Bridge see Streatham
Mercy: Rich. (Betchworth) 59. 44 Wm. (Buckland)
59.38
Merd', Nath. (Horley) 59. 44
Merevale, John, canon of Merton, V. of Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hants. 47. 22
Merewell, Hy. de, alias Woodlock, Bishop of
Winchester 46. 71, 89, 90, 91
Meriton, Hy. (Merton) 39. 96
Merle Common see Limpsfield

w. Eliz.,nee

Temple

42. 3, 50, 44.22,


Ct. 39. 96

of (Albury) 48. 82; Thos., his

Duncombe

(Albury) 48.82

Mershe, Pet. atte see Marsh


Mersing,
(Guildford) 46.
Merstham:

33, 36, 37, 40

(See also Coulsdon, in which parish former


parts of Merstham are now incorporated)

enclosures and field system 48. 132. 134;

manor, lease of (1396) 45. 150; military


assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers
46. 120; "Pilgrims Way" at 41. 5, 6, 8, 20, 21,
44. 51, 58; Protestation returns 59. 47-8;
roads, ancient, in 41. 21-3; traders' tokens
48. 28, 56. 40;

church: connections with "Pilgrims' Way":


41. 21-3, interpretation of mural painting
44. 57; Glynne's notes on 55. 98, in relation
to font 55. 67; med. inscription 48. 154, pi.;
parson of see Hugh; rector of see Benson;
restoration of chancel and discovery of
aumbry and original paving 40. 117-8
[Merstham] Mersteham, Wm.de, V. of Betchworth 43. 120

Merston, Sir Wm., of Horton Manor, Epsom, his


dau. Joan, aft. (l) w. of Nich. Mynne, (2) 1st
w. of

Wm.

Saunder, q.v.

Merton (Martin):
bridge over Wandle (Terrier's) on

Roman

site of

bridge 42. 17, 21; brooch, Saxon, from

Roman, hoard of 42. 17, 23-4;


copper mills 40. 73; enclosures 48. 145; History of Merton and Morden, by E. M. Jowett,
reviewed 52. 95-6; manor of, in Domesday
39. 147; military assessment (1805) 52. 61;
on Rocque's map 40. 70; parish registers
46. 120; Roman sites 56. 51, 152; Saxon finds
56. 143; coins,

39. 19; Stane St. in 42. 17, 21-4; visitation

(1724-5) 39.96

Augustinian Priory: 53.

pi.

XXXHI; bequest

to

51. 83; church of 39. 96; dispossessed canons

79

Merton

(Martin): Augustinian

Priorycont.

of 47. 20-3; holdings in Sutton 59. 74, 75;


manors held by: Ashtead 48. 105, Chessington
54. 90, Ewell 51. 125, Pachenesham 55. 8-11,

Tooting Bee 59. 1; material from re- used at


Nonsuch Palace 58. 7, 14; Prior of see
Ramsay, alias Bowlle; stone mouldings from
in house at Epsom 45. 155; tithes: at Effingham 46. 90, at W. Horsley 46. 92
church: curates of see Collins; Mansell;
Glynne's notes on 55. 99
Merton, London Borough of see Merton; Mitcham;

Morden; Wimbledon
Merton, Morton: Rich, de 43. 88; Rob., friar of
Guildford 47. 26; Walt, de, founder of Merton
College, Oxford, and S. manors 41. 34, and
rectory of Cuddington 58. 6
Merton College see Oxford
Mervyn, Edm., Archdeacon of S. and R. of Sutton
45. 100
Mesolithic: Mesolithic chipping floors in the
uind-bloum deposits of West S. 50. 1-8, illns.;
Mesolithic research in S. 52. 1-10, illus.;
Mesolithic site at Farnham 44. 24-46, illus.;
The pygmy flint industries of S.41. 50-78,
illus.

;Some remarkable flints from West

S.

mesolithic sites 49. 6-19, illus.; see also


Flint and stone artifacts: meso.
Metcalfe, Marg., servant 51. 89
Metford: John (Ockham) 45. 34; Margery, aft. w.

John Weston, q.v.


Metropolitan Board of Works, purchases Hampton Court bridge 58. 85; purchases manor of
Tooting Bee 59. 2
Metropolitan Water Board, supply to Hampton
Court Palace 56. 5
Meydestan see Maidstone
Meyrick, Mr. (Sutton) 59. 84
of

Micaell, Exill (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 45

Micham see Mitcham


Mickleham (Mikelham, Mekylham):
axe, neo., from 52. 80; barrows 42.

51, 52;

burials, Saxon 56. 143-4; Daniel Defoe's association with 55.41-64 passim; E.I. A. and
Roman site (M. Downs) 49. 104-6; flint site
(Boxhill sandpit) 41. 69-70; grant of right of
warren in 54. 59-63; horse breeding at
44. 7, 8; hundred of Copthorne and Effingham,
part of 50. 157; lands in 43. 86, 93, 98, 99; the
Lock fam. of Norbury Pk. 47. 109-12; manors:
Mickleham 46. 97, 47. 3, survey of (1731)
55. 47, Norbury 54. 62, Polesden Lacey, reputed 50. 161-3, West Humble 47. 2, 3, 50. 163;
military assessment (1805) 52. 61; the Old
House 45. 153-4; parish registers 46. 120;
pottery: neo. to Roman, from Boxhill sandpit
41. 70, med., from West Humble chapel
46. 128-9; roads, ancient: North Downs main
in 52. 31, "Pilgrims' Way" in
41. 5, 25-6, 44. 70, Stane St. in 42. 11, 13,
crossing of the Mole, by ford and bridge, at
Burford 45. 146, 55. 46, 47, 61; Roman pack
saddle found 46. 130; tavern in cave on sum-

trackway

80

mit of Box HiU (c. 1680) 55. 61, 63; tenants


Thorncroft manor, Leatherhead, in 41. 43;

of

West Humble chapel


see below
churches: St. Michael, advowson, property of
Reigate Priory 47. 3, epitaph in 43. 40,
Glynne's notes on 55. 100, in relation to font
55. 67, rectors of see Ellis; Lock; Lodge;
West Humble chapel, historical note and report on exploration 47. 1-11, pis., med. pottery
from 46. 128-9
places: Adlers Lane 47. 6; Bagden Farm
visitation (1724-5) 39. 96;

47. 4. 5; Box Hill 41. 5, 25, 26, 69, 42. 51, 52,
44. 70, 52. 31, 55. 45, 61, 63; Burford Bridge
42. 13, 44. 70, 45. 146, 55. 46, 47, 61: Chapel
Farm 47. 2, 3, 5, 6; Chapel Lane 47. 6; Checkers Inn 45. 154; Fridley (Fredley) 47. 3-4;
Juniper Hall 42. 14, 45. 154, 47. 4; Juniper
Hill 41. 25; Mickleham Downs 49. 104-6;
Norbury 47. 2; Norbury Pk. 40. 69, 76, 47. 109-

Old House 45. 153-4;


Rectory Lane 45. 153; West

12, 55. 47, 60. 64; the

Pray Bridge 47.

Humble

6;

44. 70, 46. 128-9, 47. 1-11, 52. 80;

Wirthola (Mickleham) Forest 55. 8


Mickleham, Michelam, Micheleham: Gil. de
43. 93; John de 43. 99, 47. 2, 3
Microliths see Flint and stone artifacts: meso.
Middlesex: see Chelsea; Edgware; Hampstead;

Hampton Court; Harmondsworth; Isleworth;


Laleham; Parson's Green; Poplar; Poyle;
Ratcliff Seven Dials; Shepperton; Spitalfields;
Stanwell; Stratford arte Bow; Sunbury; Tedding;

Twickenham; Walton Bridge Green;


Wapping; Westminster; Whitechapel; Willesden
Middleton (Longparish), Hants., incumbent of
see Neapolis
Middleton (Milton) see Egham
Middleton, Myddleton, Medylton, Milton: fam.
(Egham) 41. 47; Mr. (Wivelsfield, Sx.), patron
of Chipstead 39. 88; Sir Hugh, and New River
scheme 54. 98; John (Lambeth), surveyor
58. 74; Kath. 42. 97; Nath., and his w. Anne,
arms of 52. 70; see also Midleton
Midger, Midgee: Giles (Blechingley) 59. 55; John
ton;

(Blechingley) 59. 56

Midgham, Berks., curate of see Rugys


Midham, Rich, de see Rudham
Midleton, Viscount see Brodrick

Mikelham see Mickleham


Milbanke see King-Milbanke
Milbourn, Thos., Hon. Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 35
Milbourne (Milburne), manor of see Esher
Mildmay, Sir Hy. St. John, of Hazlegrove (?),
visited by Wm. Bray 46. 52
Milds, Wm. (Blechingley) 59. 54
Miles, Myles, Mills: Mr. (Cheam), shoemaker
47. 77; G. (Farnham) 39. 92; Geo. (Nuffield)
59. 49; Rich. (Blechingley), tokens of 48. 21,
56. 31; Rich. (Nuffield) 59. 49; Rich. (Reigate)
59. 52; Rob. (Nuffield) 59. 49; see also Mills

Milestones, Sutton 59. 77


Milford see Witley

Milford (alias Somerden), Kent, manor of see


Chiddingstone
Milford, Godalming and District Harriers 43. 14
Military assessment for Surrey (1805) 52. 60-5
Militia, organization of, in S. (1745-1871)

40.45-52
Milkmaids' dance, Kingston 44. 103
Mill, Wm., his brass (Croydon) 40. Ill
Millariis, Hum. de 43. 102

barn, 16th cent., at Ravensbury Pk. 52. 84-7;


cemetery, Saxon: description of graves and
inventory of grave-goods 56. 51-131, bronze

bowl from 58. 113; commons and open fields


48. 131, 137; horse breeding at 44. 10; lands in
52. 35, 41; military assessment (1805) 52.61;
parish registers 46. 120; pottery finds, Roman
39. 145; Roman finds 56. 51-2; traders' tokens
56. 40; visitation (1724-5) 39. 97

Millbrook, Beds., R. of see Rolfe


Miller, Millar: Mr. (Cheam) 47. 72, 76; Alex.

church: bequest to 52. 34, 37; vicars of see


Bradshaw; Hatsell
places: Deadman's Close 56. 53; Heatherdene

(Caterham) 59. 64; Arthur (Lingfield) 59. 60;


Close 56. 52; Marden Gardens 56. 52; Marden
Cecil (Epsom) 51. 121; Fra. (Home) 59. 57;
Rd. 56. 52; Piggs Marsh Common 48. 137;
Hy. (Caterham) 59. 65; John, Curate of ChelRavensbury Pk. 52. 84-7, 56. 52; Willow Lane
sham 59. 65; John, V. of Effingham 39. 91;
39. 145
John (Reigate) 59. 52; John, Curate of WarlingMitcham, Micham: Giles (Home) 59. 57; Radulf
ham 59. 68; Math., R. of Buckland 59. 38; Wm.
de 50. 169
(Oxted) 59. 63
Mitchell, Michell: Dr. and Mrs. (Guildford)
Milleste, My list: John, monk, aft. V. of Chertsey
46. 40; Eliz. (Cheam) 47. 80; John (Bramley)
45.106,47.15
51. 88; John (Lingfield) 59. 59; John (London),
Millin, John (Limpsfield) 59. 58
grocer and alderman, his w. Marg. nee
Millington,
(Wandsworth) 39. 101
Matham and dau. Eliz., aft. w. (l) of Thos.
Mills, Milles, Mylls, Miles: Bryan (Titsey) 59. 67;
Morstead and (2) of Sir John Wood 56. 16;
Edw. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Edw. (Reigate) 59. 54;
Ralph, his survey of R. Mole 55. 47; Rob.
Ezechiel, Curate of Dorking and R. of Fetcham
(Epsom), barber- surgeon 57. 26-7; Thos.,
39. 90, 92; Geo. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Hy. (Croycanon of Merton 47.22; Thos. (Tatsfield)
don), blacksmith, token of 48. 22, 56. 33; Hy.
(Nutfield) 59. 49; John (Charlwood) 59.41;
59. 66; Wm. (Reigate) 59. 50
Modena, Nich., payments for slate carving at
John (Reigate) 59. 53; Mich. (Limpsfield)

59. 58; Miss M. H., her Sarrev Pipe Roll 1295


53. 99; Rich. (Charlwood) 59. 41; Rich. (Crow-

hurst) 59. 56; Rich. (Maiden) 41. 39; Thos.


(Horley) 59. 44; Wm. (Horley) 59. 44; see also

Miles
Mills: see Copper-;

Gunpowder-; Paper-; Rag-;

Starch-; Water-mills
Milne, Mylne: Mr., plans for

ham

new bridge

at

Mr. (Tooting), schoolmaster


Milnthorp, John de, R. of Ockham 45. 45
58. 65;

Cob57. 98

Milson, R. (Streatham) 59. 4


Milt, Nich. (Home) 59. 57
Milton
(See also Dorking, of which parish
was
formerly a part)
axe, polished flint, from Bury Hill 49. 92;
macehead, paleo. 45. 141

Nonsuch Palace

58. 10

Moese see Mose


Moffat: Dr. Rob. 51. 114, his dau. Mary, aft. -ft. of
Dr. Dav. Livingstone, q.v
Mohand, Rog. (Sutton) 59. 75
Mokyng, John, the elder, and younger 43. 96
Molde, Mowlde: Thos., Curate of St. Mary's,
Guildford, V. of Egham 45. 101, 106
Mole, river: at Thundersfield 45. 147, 148, 150;
bridges and fords: 39. 156, at Burford 45. 146,
52. 30, 55. 46, 47, 61, at Gt. Bookham and Stoke
51. 106; Defoe's comments on
55. 43-7, 51, 60, 61; diverted when new bridge
built at Hampton Court 58. 83; strong current
at West Humble 47. 4; "swallows" of 55. 43, 46,

d'Abernon

survey by R. Michell (1696) 55. 47


Molendino, Rob. de 43. 88
Molesey, Moulsey, Mulsey: manors: Molesey
places: Bury Hill 40. 77, 49. 92; West Leas
Matham 58. 79, Molesey Prior 39. 97; 58. 79;
Farm 49. 92; Westcott 41. 27, 45. 141; Westracing at 44. 6; Sir John Wood of M. 56. 15-28
cott Heath 50.
Molesey, East (Estmolsay):
Milton (Middleton), manor of see Egham
bridges over R. Thames 58. 79-86, />/.; encloMilton, Mylton: John (Egham), husbandman 47. 27;
sures and field system 48. 131, 143; ferry
John (Farleigh) 59. 66; see also Middleton
58. 79-80; manor 56. 16; military assessment
Milton Court see Dorking
(1805) 52. 61; parish registers 46. 120; visitaMilton Heath see Dorking
tion (1724-5) 39.97
Milward, Thos., and his w. Alice 42. 97
church: a chapelry of Kingston 39. 97; curates
Minchin see Leatherhead
of see Alcock; Burroughs; Gardner; epitaph
Mines, flint see Flint-mines
in 43. 42; Glynne's notes on 55. 83, in relaMinet Library, Camberwell, charter of King
tion to font 55. 67
John in 54.58-65
places: Castle Hotel 58. 83
Minn6 see Mynn
Molesey, West:
Minsterley, Salop., Kyngham game window
enclosures and field system 48. 131, 143;
44. 129
Mitcham (Micham, Mycham):
ferry 58. 79-80; Kyngham game at 44. 125,
81

Molesey, Westcont.
129; lock 58. 82; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; parish registers 46. 120; trader's
token 48. 30, 56. 48; visitation (1724-5) 39. 97

church: a chapel of ease to Walton-on-Thames


39. 97; curate of see White, Nich.; Glynne's
notes on 55. 114
Molesham, Walt. 43. 105
Molines, Molynes: fam., arms of 52 75; John
(Streatham) 52. 42
Molond, John 42. 97
Molyneux: Colonel 40. 75, 46. 47; Major 46. 55;
Sir More [sic], of Loseley 39. 93; Hon. S.,
secretary to Prince of Wales (Kew) 39. 95;
see also More-Molyneux
Momartre see St. Martha's
Mompesson, fam., arms of 52. 76
Monasteries see Religious houses
Monasticism: see Richmond: Shene Priory, Laye
Brethern's statutes
Money: Bruce E., his work on Blechingley
.

church 54. 67, 69, 70; J.H., Excavations at


Hampton Park, Seale 48. 113-7
Monger, Nich. (Betchworth) 59. 37
Monk, Monke, Muncke: Geo., Duke of Albemarle,
bailiff of Byfleet Pk.45. 71; Geo. (Merstham)
59. 48; Ralph (Blechingley) 59. 55
Monkey-puzzle tree, Thames Ditton 50. 31
Monmouthshire: see Caerleon
Monson, Mounson: Wm., Viscount Monson, M. P.
for Reigate 39. 62
Montacute, Marquess of see Nevill
Montague, Chas., 1st Earl of Halifax, Lord- Lieutenant of S. 40. 43,55
Montague, Viscount see Browne, A.
Monte, Jordan de 49. 83
Montfort, Montefort, Monti Forti: fam., arms of
46. 66; Ralph de 46. 66; Rob. de, R. of Ashtead
46. 92;

Wm. de, Dean

of St. Paul's, lease of

manor 45. 49
Monthermer, Ralph de, patron of Ockham, and
his w.Joan 45. 44
Monumental brasses see Brasses, monumental
Byfleet

in Surrey see Surrey County


Council, Ancient Monuments Committee; see
also under parishes and names of persons
Monyngton, Nich. de, provincial Prior of England

Monuments, ancient,

42.93,99
Moody, John (Horsley), chandler, token of 56. 37
(Blechingley) 59. 56; Hy. (Blechingley)
Moone:
59. 56; Samson (Nuffield) 59. 49; Sam. (Nut-

field) 59. 49;

Wm.

(Oxted) 59. 63

Moor, Major, removes goods from Saxon graves


at Mite ham 56. 53
Moor House see Limpsfield

Moor Park

see

Farnham

Moore: Arthur, patron of Fetcham 39. 86, 92;


Chas., R. of Worplesdon 39. 103; Edw.,R. of
Gatton 39. 92; Fra. (Richmond), brother of Sir
Graham 60. 64; Geo. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Sir
Graham, Admiral, of Brook Farm (Cobham),
his diary 60. 63-70, his w. Dora, nee Eden
60. 64; Dr. Jas. (Mickleham) 60. 64; John, his
82

walk through Surrey, reviewed 47. 115; Sir


John, of Corunna, brother of Sir Graham
60. 63; John (Cobham) 60. 69, his dau. Miss
Car rick Moore 60. 69; Dr. John (Glasgow and
Mickleham) 47. Ill, 60. 63; John (Tandridge)
59. 64; Julia (Cobham) 60. 69; Col. Thos.
(Ockley) 39. 97; Wm. (Bagshot), token of
48. 20, 56. 30; see also More
Moorer: Leonard (Reigate) 59. 54; Thos. (Reigate) 59. 54
Moos see Mose
Morant, E., drawings by 56. 162
Mordaunt, John, 1st Earl of Peterborough, his
son John, Viscount Mordaunt, LordLieutenant of S.40. 42, 54

Morden (Moreday, Mordoy):


coin, Roman 60. 84; History of Merton and
Morden, by E. M. Jowett, reviewed 52. 95-6;
lands in 52. 48; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; parish registers 46. 120; visitation

(1724-5)39.97
church: Glynne's notes on 55. 101; rectors of
see Burstow; Knapp; Mansell; vicar of see

Bradshaw
places: Cannon Hill 40. 77; Hatfield

Mead

60.84
Morden: Mr. 46. 51; Rob., his map of Surrey
55.43
More: fam., of Loseley, chapel in St. Nicholas
ch., Guildford 55. 91, in parliament 39. 54, 55;
Miss (Guildford) 46. 32; Mrs. (Ewell) 54. 108;
Sir Chris., M. P. for Surrey 39. 54, 55, bequest
to 52. 44; Eliz., aft. w. of Rich. Polsted, q. v.;
Sir Geo., of Loseley, 52. 90, friendship with

Nich. Saunder 54. 98, M.P. for Guildford and


39. 54, 55, 59; Geo., R. of Chipstead 59. 41;
Nich. 42. 95; Pet. (Ewell) 54. 118, 119, 123;
Sir Poynings, Bt., Deputy Lieutenant of S.
40.
Sir
Sir
46.
39.

42,

M.P. for Haslemere 39.

S.

54, 55, 61, 62;

Rob., M.P. for Guildford and S. 39. 54, 55;


Thos., saint, ancestor of Wm. Bray
26, 45w; Mr. Thos., patron of Chipstead
88; Sir Wm., of Loseley, b. 1520, 51. 95, 96,
54. 95, 97, benefactor in Compton 39. 89, his
library 54. 143, keeper of Farnham Pk.
52. 50. 55, letter to, from Nich. Saunder 54. 98,
letter to on nuisance of Italian glassmaker
at Burgate 52. 89-90, letters to on Byfleet
manor 45. 67, M.P. for Guildford, Reigate and
S. 39. 54-7, 59, possible composer of epitaph
on Sir T. Cawarden 43. 45; Sir Wm., Bt., of
Loseley, b. 1643 39. 55; Wm. (Guildford),
armiger,/Z. 1565 51.91
Moreclaffe see Mortlake
Moreday see Morden
More-Molyneux: Sir T. 39. 72; see also

Molyneux; More
Morestead, Hants., benefice of 46. 96
Morgan: David (Mitcham), token of 56. 40; Sir
John, his dau. Ann, aft. w. of Sir Edw. Randyll,
q. v.; John, R. of Newdigate and Ockley
45. 107, 108; Thos., Curate of Cranleigh
45. 107; Wm., his tomb (St. Martha's) 46. 31w

Moriance,
portrait by, at Clandon Pk. 42. 5
Morisius, the steward 43. 99
Morland, Morlond: Hy. 52. 45; Hugh 52. 45, 46;
Rich. 52. 46; Wm. (Sutton), clerk, will of 52. 45
builder of Farnham Castle 57. 86;
Morley:
Geo., Bishop of Winchester, his house in

Farnham 39. 92; Jas. (Reigate) 59. 50; L.


Collison- see Collison- Morley
Morpeth, Morpith: John, canon of St. Mary Overy,
Southwark 47. 25; John, clerk 52. 48
Morphew, Morphey: Rich. (Burstow) 59. 39;
Thos. (Merstham) 59. 48
Morrante, Wm. 52. 41
Morris, Morrice: Hy. (Farnham), token of 56. 35;
John (Epsom), coffee-house owner 44. 14,
57. 13, his son Wm. 57. 13; John, trustee for
subscription money at Epsom races 44. 15;
John, Anglo-Saxon Surrey 56. 132-58, correction 57. 103, Mitcham Anglo-Saxon cemetery
58. 113-4, see also Bidder H. F. and Morris;
M. J., drawings by 56. 162; Thos. (Cobham)
58. 54-5, 62; Thos., M.P. for Haslemere 39. 54
Morris dance, Kingston 44. 105, 106, 111-6, 117
Morse, Edw. 54. 132
Morstead: Thos., surgeon, his w. Eliz., nee
Michell, aft. (2) w. of Sir John Wood 56. 16
Mortar, for building, Roman (Farnham), analysis
of 54. 57
Mortars, stone, Roman (Puttenham) 57.68-9

Morter,Rich. (Merstham) 59. 48


Morteyne, fam., arms of (Albury) 48. 82, 84-6
Mortimer: fam., arms of 55. 21, 25; W., M.F.H.
43.9
Mortlake (Moreclaffe):
barrow, "Oliver's Mount" in Richmond Pk.
42. 31, 32, 34; commons and open field
48. 135, 137; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; registers: non-parochial 46. 124,
parish 46. 120, 57. 106; trader's tokens
48.28,56.40-1
church: curate of see Leach
places: Palewell Common 48. 137; Sidmouth
Wood, in Richmond Pk. 42. 34
Morton: Mr. 52. 42; Mrs. (Kingston), epitaph on
43. 47; Rich. (Reigate) 41. 31; Thos., R. of
Gatton 45. Ill; see also Merton

Mose, Moese, Moos, Mouse: Mich. (Nutfield)


59. 49; Ralph (Nutfield) 59. 49; Rich. (Farleigh)
59. 65, 66; Rich. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Thos.
(Farleigh) 59. 66; Wm. (Gatton) 59. 42; Wm.

(Nutfield) 59. 49
Moseley, Edw. (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 45
Moser, Geo., reader of Pyrford 45. 107
Moston, Mico [sic] (Blechingley) 59. 55
Mosyer, Wm. (Southwark) 39. 100
Mot, Rob., bell -founder 50. 130
Motspur (Motts Furze) Farm see Maiden
Mottram, Mother 52. 48
Moulsey see Molesey
Mounds: Albury: Jubilee Ride 54. 45, 58. 114,
Weston Wood 42. 57, 54. 17, 43-4, 58.92-101,
60. 71-8; Thursley, stabilised dunes 58. 87-91;
see also Barrows; Earthworks

Mounson see Monson


Mount, fam. (Cobham) 58. 59
Mountjoy, Lord see Blount
Mouse see Mose
Mowbray, fam., arms of (Ashtead) 48. 101, 107
Mower, John (Cranleigh), token of 56. 32
Mowlde see Molde
Mowrer, Wm. (Kingston) 44. 104
Mowrtysley, "ground called" (?Guildford)
51.96
Moyes, Moyse, Moys: Hy. (Reigate) 59. 50;
John, V. of Banstead 45. 110; Ph., of Canons
(Banstead) 39. 84, his dau., aft. w. of Paul
Tracy, q. v.; Rob. (Banstead) 52. 49; Thos.
(Oxted) 59. 62

Moyne, Everard le, Les Dictes de Caton, MS. of


49.117
Mucegros, Walt, de, of Moniton, Herefords., his
dau. Margery, aft. w. of Ruald Maubanc, q. v.;
his grandson, Walt. 40. 33
Muddle, Thos. (Nutfield) 59. 49
Muggeridge, Mudggeridg: Edw. (Oxted) 59. 63;
Sir Hy., arms of (Banstead) 50. 124
Mulcaster: Thos., R. of Charlwood 59. 41; Wm.
(Charlwood) 59. 40; Wm. (Horley) 59. 43

Mulsey see Molesey


Mulsho, Benedict, R. of Blechingley

Mummers'

54.

69

play (Thames Ditton) 58. 115

Muncke see Monk


Munday, Mundy: Sir John,_/7. 1532 52. 39, 40;
John (Merstham),./?. 1640 59. 47; Jos.,
Curate of Frensham 39. 92; Rog. 52. 39;
Vincent 52. 40

Munden, John de 43.

95;

Thos. de 43. 87

Muniment Room, Guildford, history


Munior:

of 53. 74-7

(Reigate) 59. 52; Rich. (Reigate)


59. 51; Thos. (Reigate) 59. 51
Munsted, Walt, de 49.83
Munville, Edm. (Streatham), clerk 52. 34
Mural painting: Albury ch. 5Z.pl. XL; Chiddingfold: Crown Inn 48. 154, pi.; Fetcham ch.
50. 171, pi.; Ockham ch. 45. 16, 40; Send:
Newark Priory, traces of painting in imitation of vaulting 40. 3
Murden, Mr. (Epsom) 39. 91
Murder, Thos. (Horlev) 59. 44
Murdoch, fam., of Cumlodden (Addington), arms
of 48.64,71,79
Murray: E. T., designer of third Hampton
Court Bridge 58. 83; Hon. Geo. and his w.

Wilhelmina, nee King, their monument


(Ockham) 45. 37; Wm., Earl of Mansfield,
his house burnt 46. 49
Musbery, Devon, manor of, and the Drake
family 52. 88

Muschamp, Chris. (Carshalton) 39. 87


Museums: Additions to Surrey museums

39. 163,
40. 133-4,41. 136-7,42. 135-8,43. 129-31,
44. 169-71,45. 164-7,46. 142-4,47. 119-21;
local museums and archaeological societies
49. 1-5; "temporary local museums" in
early history of S.A.S. 53. 14-16, 23; Farnham
Museum, founding of 47. 88; Guildford
83

Museumscont.
Museum, history

Shere,
of 53.

64-72

Musgrave, Sir Wm., Bt., antiquary 46.


Musgrove.Rich. (Limpsfield) 59. 58

Mycham

53, 54

see Mitcham

Myddleborowe, Rich. (Guildford)


Myddleton see Middleton

51. 91

Mylist see Milleste


Mylne see Milne
Mylton see Milton
Mynn, Mynne: fam., connections with Saunder
fam. (Ewell) 54. 78; Mrs., theatrical company
of (Epsom) 57. 27; Fra. 52. 40; Nich., and his
w. Joan, nee Merston, aft. w. of Wm.
Saunder 54. 86, their son John 54. 86
Mynours, Geo., of Nonsuch Pk. 41. 38
(London), arms of, at The Cedars,
Mysters,

Epsom 51.114
Nabbs, Nabs: Edw. (Dorking), clerk 55. 57
Naish, Rob. (Egham), token of 56. 34
Naldred, Naldrett: Hy. (Leigh) 59. 46; John
(Horley) 59. 43
see Place-names
Napier: Admiral Sir Chas., Vice-President
of S.A.S. 53. 12; John (Puncknoll, Dorset),
his w. Eliz., nee Saunder 54. 100
Napkin: Oliver (Blechingley) 59. 55; Thos.
(Merstham) 59. 48; Wm. (Titsey) 59. 66
Napleton, Thos. (Weybridge) 39. 102

Names

Napper, Mr., huntsman 43. 11


Nash: Dr., antiquary 46. 50; Mr. (Sutton) 59. 82;
J., drawings of 56. 162; John, the architect,
his colonnade in Regent St., columns from
at Epsom 48. 13; John (Charlwood) 59. 40
Naylor, Nayler, Neylor: J as. (Upton -by -Stow,
Lines.) 52. 36; John, vicar 52.40; Marjorie,
sister of Chicksand Abbey, Beds. 52. 36; Thos.
(Streatham) 52. 34
Neale, John (Lingfield) 59. 60
Neapolis, Berard de, incumbent of Middleton,
Hants. 46. 90

Necton,Rog.43. 59
Needles, Saxon, Croydon 56. 138
Neild, Jas., his w. Eliz., nee Camden, memorial
to (Battersea) 55. 38
Neolithic:

West Surrey 52. 11-31, illus.', E.


flint mine 51. 142, 52. 11-15;
Farnham, causewayed camp 44. 155; Ling-

sites: in

Horsley,

field: Whitehill 41. 18-9; St.

Martha's, earth

circles, possibly neo. 54. 10-46, illus.


surface finds: in Surrey 60. 9-10; in West
Surrey 52. 27-8; Frensham 42. 109
see also Arrowheads; Axes; Flint and stone arti
facts; Mace-heads; Pottery; Sickle
Nernuit: fam., arms of (Addington) 48. 67; Joan,
aft. w. of John Harvey, q. v.
Nerston, Hy., Clerk of Works, and Byfleet

manor

45.61
Netherne Hospital see Coulsdon
Netles, Jos. (Guildford), token of 56. 37
Netley Heath, in parishes of West Horsley and
84

q. v.

Netlingham, Netlingame: Abraham (Burstow)


59. 39; Edw. (Burstow) 59. 39; Hy. (Charlwood)
59.40; John (Charlwood) 59.40; Thos. (Burstow)
59.39
Nettlefold, John (Reigate) 59. 51
Neubir, Newebir: Reg. de 50. 168
Nevill, Neville, Nevil, Nevell: fam., badge of
52. 74; Edw., R. of Farleigh 59. 65, 66; Geo.,
Archbishop of York 43. 57-60 passim; Col.
Hon. Geo., M.F.H. 43. 7; Hy., Lord Abergavenny, sells Ewood ironworks 39. 146;
Hum., Hon. Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 36, his
work with Museum 53. 71, quoted on excavation of mound at Albury 58. 101, .vcavations in the grounds of Abbey House,
Chertsey 43. 49-52; John, Marquess of
Montacute, his dau. Lucy 40. 40; Marmaduke,
and Byfleet manor 45. 67; Ralph, Hon.
Secretary of Congress of Archaeological
Societies 53. 49, 57, designs Museum at
Castle Arch 53. 82, his contributions to
S.A.S. publications 53. 91, portr.; Rich.,

Chichester 46. 81; Seymour, R. of


45. 28, 30, 40, 46; Thos. 52. 47
Nevinson: Eliz., aft. w. of Ste. Duck, q. v.; J. L.,
Stephen Duck at Ken- 58. 104-7, W. Schellink's
view of Old Epsom Wells 58. 114-5, review
by 60. 89
New Forest, Hants., pottery industries 51. 50, 55

Bishop

of

Ockham

New River scheme (1609) 54. 98-9


Newark Priory see Send
Newbridge, Rich., V. of Farnham 42. 116
Newcastle, Duke of see Clinton, aft. Pelham
Clinton; Pelham-Holles
Newchapel see Godstone
Newdigate (Nywedegate, Nudigate):

election of constables for 50. 157; enclosures


48. 147; iron works at Ewood 39. 146; limekilns 59. 24; manors: Cudworth 41. 125,
Marshlands 39. 149, Newdigate, account of
(1300) 43. 119, outlying part of Merton manor
possibly in N. (Domesday) 39. 147-8, tenant

Thorncroft manor (Leatherhead) in 41.43;


military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish
registers 46. 120; Saunders fam. possessions
in 54. 83, 84; visitation (1724-5) 39. 97
church: annexed to St. Mary Overy, Southwark
46. 73; rectors of see Billingsley; Morgan;
Steer
places: Ewood 39. 146; Ewood Cottage 59. 24;
Kingsland 39. 147-8; Parkgate 59. 24; Street
of

41.43
Newdigate, Neudegate, Nywedegate: fam., arms of
(Ashtead) 48. 105; Fra., lord of the manor of
Ashtead 48. 105; Hy., lord of the manor of
Ashtead, d. 1629 48. 105, his memorial 48. 105,
his bro. John 48. 105; John, his brass, 1488,
in Merstham ch. 55. 99; Rob. (Ashtead) 48. 105;
West (Blechingley) 59. 56; Wm. de 43. 87, 107
Newgate, Hy. de, alias Dewgate, q. v.
Newgate Prison see London
Newill, E. J., V. of Witley 39. 104, 107

Newington (Niewenton):
enclosure and open field 48. 131, 143, 149;
military assessment (1805) 52. 62; parish
registers 46. 120; property in 43. 106; quitrent given to Nunnery of St. Mary, Clerkenwell 50. 157; traders' tokens 48. 28, 56. 41;
churches: St. Mary: chandeliers in 47. 42,
curate of see Stephens, glass in 39. 150;
Lady Margaret ch., Walworth: 43. 74, rector
of see Crispe
places: Walworth 48. 131, 143, 149
Newins, John (Epsom) 57. 16, 17
Newland: Mr. of Gatton Pk., patron of Gatton
39. 92; Mr. (Thames Ditton) 39. 90
Newlands Corner see Albury
Newman: Mr. (Streatham) 59. 2; John (Reigate)
59. 52; Thos. (Ewell) 54. 108
Newport, Essex, church of 46. 76
Newport: fam.,arms of (Ashtead) 48. 101; Diana,
aft. (1) w. of Thos. Howard, (2) w. of Wm.
Fielding, q.

v.

Newton: fam.,arms of (Banstead) 50. 107; T.


(Stoke -next -Guildford) 57. 11;

Wm. Morris

50. 107

Neyle, Rob. (Kingston) 44. 129


Niche, stone, in Gatton Pk. Ho. 42. \2l-2, pi.
Nicholas: chaplain of Lingfield 43. 93; priest
of Ockham43. 99,49. 120
Nicholas: fam., arms of 52. 73; Mrs. (Clapham),
schoolmistress 39. 89; Sir Edw. (W. Horsley),
d. 1669, epitaph on 43. 39; Hon. Edw.,/Z. 1725,
patron of W. Horsley 39. 94; Math., V. of
Shalford 39. 99; Thos. (Charlwood) 59. 40
Nicholl, Nicoll, Nycoll: Alic (Kingston) 44. 124;
H., M.F.H. 43. 9; Harry (Kingston) 44. 124, 125,

128,129
Nichols: John (Blechingley) 59. 56; John F.,
Flint arrowhead from Godalming 57, 100,
Roman coin found at Milford 52. 83, Roman
coin from Milford 57. 101, see also Clark,
A. J. and Nichols
Nicholson: Sir Chas., Bt.,his designs for
chandeliers in Epsom ch. 47. 38; Rob.
(Reigate) 59. 51;

Wm.

(Reigate) 59. 51

Niewenton see Newington


Nightingale, Nightingall: Ben., drawings of finds
at Farley Heath 46. 10, 13, 25; John (Charlwood) 59. 41; Nich. (Westminster) 52. 48

Nine Elms see Battersea


Nix, Edw. (Newington Butts), token of 56. 41
Noake, Noke: Mr. (Sutton) 59. 84; Alice (Streatham) 52. 34; Hy. (Streatham) 52. 36; Wm.
atte, bailiff of Byfleet manor 45. 58
Noble, Nobell: John (Reigate) 59. 51, 53
Noel: Byron, Viscount Ockham and Baron Wentworth, d. 1862, his monument (Ockham)
45. 37; Byron, d. 1901, his monument (Ockham)
45. 37; Wm. King- see King, Wm., aft. King-

Noel

Noke see Noake


neice of Dame Isabel Leigh 51. 89
Noncomformists: in S. parishes 39.82-103
passim; Dorking 55. 58-9; see also Ana-

Noks,

baptists; Antipaedobaptists; Baptists; Friends,


Religious Society of; Independents; Presbyterians
Nonsuch and Ewell Antiquarian Society, excavations at Nonsuch Palace 58. 1-20, illus.
Nonsuch Palace see Cuddington
Norbiton Park see Kingston-upon-Thames
Norbury see Croydon
Norbury: fam., arms of (Albury) 48. 85, (Stoke
d'Abernon) 46. 65, their chapel see Stoke
d'Aberbon: church; Anne, aft. w. of Sir Rich.
Haleighwell, q. v.; Sir Hy. 46. 65, 66, his w.
Anne, nee Croyser, formerly w. of Ingleram
Bruyn 46. 62, 65, 66, her brass (Stoke
d'Abernon) 55. 110; Sir John, erection of
chapel in Stoke d'Abernon ch. 55. 110, his w.
Eliz.,n<?e Butler 46.64
Norbury Archaeological Society, investigates
Roman road 59.88-9
Norbury Brook 45. 127
Norbury Park see Mickleham
Norden, John, his plan of Byfleet Pk. 45. 64, 68,
50. 101
Norfolk: see Castle Rising; Dereham; Hillington;
Hingham; Norwich; Ristune; Strumpshaw
Norfolk, Duke of see Howard, Hy.
Norman, of Southwark, and his son Geof. 43. 87
Norman: Geof. 43. 106; Gil., sheriff of S., and
Merton Priory 39. 148; Hy., V. of Reigate
45. 108; Wm. 43. 95, 105

Norman: buildings, polychrome masonry

in

55. 4-6; settlement at Thunderfield Castle

45. 148

Normandy:
(See also Ash, in which parish N. was
formerly included)
coin hoard, Roman, now in Guildford
Museum 53. 67; macehead from 45. 142;
military assessment (1805) 52. 60
places: Henly Pk. 39. 83, Keeper of see Parr
Norris, Norres, Norice: John, R. of St. Olave
(Southwark) 45. 114; John (Tandridge) 59. 63;
Pet. (Leigh) 59. 46; Thos. (Tandridge) 59. 64
North: Sir Edw. (Musbery, Devon) 52. 88; Geo.
(Gatton) 59. 42; Hy. (Epsom), cook 57. 25, 26,
his son Blackwell 57. 26, his w. Eliz. 57. 25;
Lt. Col. O.H., excavates Saxon cemetery
39. 1, 2, Gosden Farm gravel pit, near
Bramley 39. 145; Wm. (Charlwood) 59. 41

North Church, Herts, see Church, North


North Downs main trackivays 52. 29-31
North Street, Sx., possible Roman road through
40. 105

Northampton, Marquess of see Parr, Wm.


Northamptonshire: see Barnack; Oakley, Gt.;

Oxenden
Northebroc,Rag. de 50. 169
Northey: fam., of Woodcote Ho., Epsom 51. Ill;
Lady (Epsom) 39. 91
Northfleet, Kent 43. 58
Northlambhithe see Lambeth
Northumberland, Duke of see Dudley; Fitz-Roy;

Percy
85

Northumberland, Earl of see Percy


Northwode: John de 43. 98; Rob. de, and Pachenesham manor (Leatherhead) 55. 9, 14; Thos.
55.9
Norton, Suffolk 54. 59, 64
Norton, Nortone: Chas. (Woodmansterne) 39. 103;
Fletcher, 1st Baron Grantley (Wonersh)
40. 75, 46. 50, 54; John Rich., 5th Baron
Grantley, gift of papers to S.A.S. 53. 73; R.E.,
Hon. Excursion Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 36;
Rog., parson of Streatham, will of 52. 36-7;
Wm. de 42. 96
Norwegian influence on bronze vessels found in

Oakwood

Hill see Abinger


Oates see Otes
Oatlands (in parishes of Walton-on-Thames
and Weybridge) see Weybridge
Obberd, Obbord: Geo. (Farleigh) 59. 66; Pet.

(Farleigh) 59. 66
Obituaries: A. Bonner 47. 122; P. Corder 59. 95;

Lord Farrer of Abinger 47. 123; E. Gardner


52. 148; Sir Hilary Jenkinson 59. 94; P. M.
Johnston 45. 168; Sir Hy. Lambert 43. 132-3;
H. E. Maiden 39. 164; M. Stephenson 45. 169;

L.R.Stevens 52. 148-9


Obituary Kalendar of the Dominican Friary of
Saxon graves 56. 108
Guildford 42. 90-9
Norwich: Archdeacon of see Ferentino; Wickham; Observant Franciscans see Richmond
Bishop of see Leng; Skerning
Occa, as element in place names 49. 120
Norwood (in parishes of Lambeth and Croydon):
Occupations, professions, trades etc.: admiral
registers: non-parochial 46. 124; see also
39. 63, 50. 110, 52. 88; antiquary 46. 47, 48, 49,
Croydon; Lambeth
50, 53, 54, 47. 73, 54. 124-6, 128, 131; apotheNorwood, Norwode: Mrs. (Guildford) 46. 30-43
cary 46. 31, 57. 26, 27; apprentice 47. 101;
passim; Thos. (Farleigh) 59. 66; Walt. (Roearchitect 60. 67-8; attorney 45. 154, 46. 33,
hampton), token of 48. 29, 56. 44; Wm. de
35, 47. 78,48. 159;bailiff 39.89,40. 41,43.87,106;
43.88
Notlynga, Jolyan 52. 41
Nottingham, Earl of see Howard, Chas.
Nottingham, Notingham: Rog., V. of Weybridge

45.105
Nottinghamshire: see Dunham; Gamston; Southwell
Scotia, See of, arms of 52. 69
Noxe, John 52. 41; see also Knox
Nudigate see Newdigate
Nuet, John (Merstham) 59. 48
Numismatics see Coins; Traders' tokens

Nova

Nutfield:

military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish


registers 46. 120; Protestation returns
59. 48-9; Saunders fam. possessions in 54. 83;
visitation (1724-5) 39. 97
church: Glynne's notes on 55. 101; rectors of
see Chipping; Hollingworth; Walter
Nutkin, Geo. (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 45
Nutlingham, John (Limpsfield) 59. 58
Nycoll see Nicholl
Nye,Nyey: Jas.(Charlwood) 59. 40; John (Ewell)
54. 113,122; John (Nutfield) 59. 49; Rich.
(Burstow) 59. 39; Rich. (Horley) 59. 44
Nykson, Eliz. 52. 46
Nywedegate (Nywodegate) see Newdigate

Oade, Arthur (Reigate) 59. 50


Oak, reputedly planted by Eliz. I, Ockham 45. 43-4
Oakeshott, John (Gt. Bookham) 51. 108
Oakhanger, Hants., flint finds 52. 3, 6, 9
Oakley, Great, Northants., manor in possession
of Michell fam. 56. 16
jockey 44. 17; Dr. K.P., part author
Oakley:

of

Farnham volume

53. 93;

Mrs. Marg.

(Lambeth) 39. 95
Oaks, the race 43. 13
Oakwood (Okewood), eccl. par., registers of
46. 121

Oakwood Chapel see Wotton


86

45, 51, 53, 55, 56, 58, 61, 65, 48. 26, 58. 48;
baker 39. 112, 43. 103, 48. 30, 52. 44, 56. 44, 46,
47; barber -surgeon 57. 13, 24, 26, 27; Baron of
the Exchequer 40. 112; barrister 46. 45; bell-

founder 45.29,48. 157,50.130, 57. 99; blacksmith 39. 113,48.15,20, 22, 160; 56. 30, 57. 12,
13; bookbinder 53. 23; brassfounder 47. 38,
45; brazier 48. 22, 54. 72, 73; breadseller
52. 44;

brewer

39. 93, 44. 19, 57. 14, 59. 77;

bricklayer 57. 88, 58. 66, 67; brickmaker


58. 55; bridgekeeper 58. 64; butcher 44. 105,
124, 128, 51. 130, 52. 41; butler 46. 41; carpenter 39. 114,43.86,96-7,47.69,82,52.43,
54. 73, 74, 57. 12, 28, 58. 66; chandler 48. 20,
56. 35, 38, 41; chaplain 42. 114, 47. 27, 52. 45,
54. 85; Chief Justice 51. 156; Chief Sergeant
of the Queen's Cellar 41. 42, 43. 40; Clarenceux King of Arms 52. 76; clerk 39. 101,
43. 87, 103, 46. 92, 51. 89, 90, 92, 52. 34, 37, 44,
45, 48, 55. 57, 59. 74; Clerk of the House of
Commons 39. 71; Clerk of the Verge
46. 46; Clerk of Works 45. 58, 59, 60, 61, 62,

49. 120; coachman 57. 12, 13; coffee-house


owner 44. 14, 57. 13; coffee-man 57. 40;
coffin maker 47. 73; colonel of militia 40. 48;

Commissioner of Enquiry into taking of


Swans 56. 23; constable 59. 38; Constable of
Calais 40. 40; Constable of Farnham Castle
57. 89; Constable of Windsor Park 45. 59;
cook 57. 25, 26; copper-plate maker 48. 158;
court caterer 43. 46, 47; draper 47. 28, 57. 40;

farmer 41. 127; 43. 54, 51. 88; feltmaker


39. 93; ferry-man 58. 80; fishmonger 52.
56. 35; French master 46. 36; gardener

43,

Garter King of Arms 52. 76; glass48. 156, 52. 89-91; glazier 51. 98; goldsmith 43. 86, 47. 53; grocer 43. 56, 60, 47. 28,
48. 28, 55. 55, 58, 56. 16, 31, 40; highwayman
46. 7; horse-breeder 44. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9; horse
keeper 51. 88, 91; hostler 42. 119; huntsman
43. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15; husbandman 47. 27, 57. 9;
39. 113-4;

maker

Occupations, professions, trades etc.cont.


innkeeper 45. 43, 47. 69, 71, 73, 82, 54. 73, 74;

ironmaster 47. 49, 54. 89, 58. 62; ironmonger


56. 45; jockey 44. 10, 17, 18; joiner 46. 35;
judge 46. 54, 55; justiciar 46. 75; Keeper of
Byfleet Pk. 40. 40, 53, 45. 64, 65, 67, 68, 71;

Keeper of Farnham Pk.39. 55, 52. 50; Keeper


of Henley and Guildford Pks.40. 41; Keeper
of Oatlands Pk. 55. 112; Keeper of Reading
Room at British Museum 46. 44; Keeper of
Swans 45. 57; Keeper of the Forest 55. 33;
Keeper of the King's Carts 45. 56; Keeper of
the King's Stud 45. 55; Keeper of the Records
of the Tower of London 46. 45, 47, 55. 33;
Keeper of the Record Office 57. 75; Keeper
of the Wardrobe 46. 61; King's attorney
51. 88; King's clerk 39. 51-2; King's Collector
Lay Subsidies 41. 126; King's (Queen's)

of the

cupmaker

45. 151; King's serjeant 45. 61, 62,

63, 64; King's surgeon 40. 44; labourer


47. 69, 82; Lord Keeper of the Great Seal
51. 91; Lord Treasurer 45. 60; maltster

51. 129, 54. 73, 57. 12; mason 51. 135; Master of
Husbandry 39. 114; Master of the Horse
40. 40, 53; Master of the King's Ordnance
56. 15w; Master of the Shepherds 39. 115-6;

mealman

56. 45;

mercer

48. 21; 51. 83, 91, 92,

merchant 39. 84, 48. 77-8,


merchant tailor 39. 93, 52. 36, 37,

52. 35, 56. 32;

55. 34;
38,
39, 55. 33, 59. 90; miller 56. 46, 58. 60; notary
52. 38, 46; notary public 52. 48, 49; oatmeal
maker 48. 23, 56. 35; painter 52. 90, 58. 66;

papermaker

58. 62; parker 42. 93, 45. 57, 59, 60,


61, 62, 63; pewterer 48. 15; pipemaker 58. 114;
preacher 39. 61, 101; printer 42. 87; Queen's
Averner 45. 55; reader 45. 103, 107; registrar
55. 56; Richmond Herald 46. 48, 50; schoolmaster 39. 86, 87, 89, 92, 93, 94, 45. 36, 47. 69,
57. 38, 40, 98, 60. 68; schoolmistress 39. 87,

47. 71, 51. 114; scrivenor 47. 28, 51. 91, 55. 55;
sculptor 43. 93, 99, 107, 45. 38, 54. 144-5,
55. 35, 112; serjeant-at-law 51. 96; servant
43. 59,47. 27, 28, 51. 83, 84, 88, 89, 91, 52. 37;
sheriff 40. 40, 41; shoemaker 39. 88, 112-3,
47. 77, 56. 37; shopkeeper 39. 93; singer
46. 42; skinner 52. 37, 38-40, 41; soapboiler
57. 28; soapmaker 41. 128; solicitor 46. 39,
58. 55, 56; starchmaker 56. 39; stationer
48. 158; steward 39. 95, 40. 41, 43. 99, 45. 52,
57, 71, 48. 42, 43, 44, 54. 87, 88, 57. 83-4,
58. 63, 78; Steward of Epsom Races 44. 12,
13, 15; stock fishmonger 52. 39, 40; surgeon
54. 74, 56. 16, 57. 15, 26; surveyor 58. 74;
Surveyor of Game of Byfleet Pk. 45. 57;

taborer 44. 105, 125, 129; tailor 47. 77, 79;


tallow chandler 54. 73, 56. 42; tax collectors
41. 99, 101, 106; tiler 44. 104; timber merchant
48. 29, 56. 43; tithing man 49. 124; town clerk
39. 43; treasurer 55. Ill; treasurer of the
public stock 58. 67; trumpeter 44. 107;
Trustee of the Turnpike 46. 31, 32;turnpikeman 59. 78; veterinary surgeon 48. 159;
victualler 57. 40; vintner 43. 87, 95, 54. 86, 89,

91, 55. 33, 56. 30; waiting

woman

47. 68;

wallpaper maker 52. 56-9; warrener 58. 75, 77;


waterman 48. 28, 56. 40, 41; waxchandler
57. 23; weaver 50. 157; whitesmith 48. 159;
woodmonger 58. 66; Yeoman of the King's
Robes 45. 62

Ockham (Occham, Okeham, Boceham, Bockeham,


Hocham):
earthworks
estate

maps

42. 42; enclosures 48. 144, 148;


60. 56, 57, 60; "fence lists"

60. 55, 57; grant of right of warren in 54. 59,


60, 63; manor: 45. 3, 60. 60, in Domesday
39. 148, lord of 49. 120, survey of (1548)
60. 57; military assessment (1805) 52. 61;
parish registers 45. 2, 46. 121; place-names
in 60. 54-62; schools 60. 61; visitation (17245) 39. 97
church: architectural history and description
45. 1-47, illus., corrigenda 46. 138, further
notes on 49. 119-20; epitaphs in 43. 46, 47;
Glynne's notes on 55. 102, in relation to font
55. 67; patrons of 45. 44-7; priest of see
Nicholas; rectors of 45. 44-7, 46. 139, 54. 145;
see also Atbridge; Bradshaw; Cumberlege;
Gatesbury; Hansard; Hoadley; Maltby
places: Apps Tree Farm 60. 61; Bachelor's
Farm 60. 61; Blackmore (Blackmere) 60. 61;
Blue Hawes (Blodhawse) 60. 57; Blue Ride
(Brewridon, Brewroyd, Brewesruden) 60. 56;
Bramble Cottage 60. 60; Bridge End Farm

45. 3m, 35, 60. 61; Bullriding (Bolriden)


60. 56, 59; Burchetts Wood 60. 59; Burtlayes
(Berkeleys, Butlers) 60. 61; Church End
45. 3w, 60. 57; Edwards Field 60. 57; Guiles
(Giles) Hill Farm 60. 57; Harms (Hames,
Halms) Heath 60. 61; Hautboy Inn 60. 61;

Hoppers (Hypars, Hipers) 60. 57; Hut Pond


(Bolder Mere) 60. 58; Little Growcroft
60. 58; Martyr's Green 48. 148; Maundefeld
60. 58; May's Green (formerly Vangate)
45. 46w, 48. 148; Mershpole 60. 62; Ockham

Common
Mill 45.
60. 58;

Ockham Ct. 45. 2; Ockham


Ockham Pk. 45. 2; Old Lane

48. 148;

2, 3w;

Ore Lane 60.

58;

Passworth 60.

60;

Purple Pond (Puppole, Moll Henn's Pond)


60. 58; Redhill Bottom 60. 60; South End
45. 3n, 60. 62; Stoney Lane 60. 60; Vangate
see above May's Green; Wapshot 60. 57
Ockley (Okeley):
De Clare fam. holdings in 45. 149; lands in
51. 88; manor, in Domesday 39. 147, 148;
military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish
registers 46. 121; Quakers in (Bax family)
45. 158-61; Roman villa at Eversheds 44. 149;
Saunders fam. possessions in 54. 83, 84;
Stane St. at 49. 106-7; tithingman's wand from
49. 124; tithing men of see Roberts; Steaning;
visitation (1724-5) 39. 82, 97

church: curate of see Rundall; rectors of see

Morgan; Price
places: Elderslie 39. 98; Eversheds 44. 149;

Holmbury Camp
Ct. 39. 98;

40. 80-95 passim; Ockley


Walliswood (Wallistiwood) 40. 70

87

Ockley: Rob. (Caterham) 48. 157; Thos. (Caterham) 59. 64; Wm. (Betchworth) 59. 37
Ockley Common see Peper Harow Common
Oclewisse, Hy. de 43. 106
Oddo see Odo
Ode, Rich, see Wood
Odiham, Rich, de 42.93
Odo, Oddo: Bishop of Bayeux 47. 2, 4, 54. 64,
55. 7, 17; priest of Tandridge 43. 99
Offley, Herts., manor of 43. 58
Offley, Geo. (or Rob.), R. of Abinger, Prebendary
of Durham 39. 83
Offor, Rich., Hon. Editor, S. A.S. 53. 94, Sir
William Move's library at Loseley 54. 143,

Surrey military assessment for 1805


reviews by 54. 147-53
Ogilby, J., road map of Dorking in his Britannia
55.45
52. 60-5,

Oglethorpe: Gen., of Westbrook PI. (Godalming),


fl. 1775 40. 76, 46. 52; Jas., M.P. for Haslemere,/Z. 1725 39.92,93
Okeham see Ockham
Okeley see Ockley
O'Kelly, Dennis, horse owner and trainer (Epsom]

44.9-12,17,20,21

Okewood see Oakwood


Okynge see Woking
Old Maiden see Maiden
Old Surrey and Burstow Hounds

Oliver
Oliver, Olive: Hy. (Lingfield) 59. 59; Thos.
(Blechingley) 59. 56; Thos. (Lingfield) 59. 61;
see also Osiver
Oliver's Mount see Mortlake
Olliph: fam., arms of (Addington) 48. 65; Joan,
aft. (1) w. of John Leigh, (2) w. of John
q. v.

Onam, John (Kingston) 44. 105


Onley: fam., arms of (Albury)

48. 93; Sarah,


Godschall, q. v.
Onslow: fam., arms of (Albury) 48.86; records
of W. Surrey manors, in Guildford Muniment
Room 53. 76, sale of Weston Manor Farm
(Thames Ditton) 59. 33; Capt., fl 1780, 1792
(Ripley) 46.49,53; Mr. and Mrs. .fl. 177846.48;
Arthur, fl. 1654. M.P. for S. 39. 63; Arthur,
Speaker, d. 1768 39. 68-77,90,56.16, his collection of pictures 42. 8, intervenes to protect
Newark Priory 40. 2, portraits of 42. 1,5, resident at Imber Court 39. 90, his w.Anne, nee
Bridges 39. 90;Rev.Arthur,./7.1802,M.F.H.
43. 10; Madame Arthur, of Chateau d'Alteribes
42. 9; Arthur Geo., 3rd Earl of Onslow 43. 14;
Denis, J. P. 47. 83; Denzil (Pyrford) 42. 2, 3;
Sir Edw., portrait of 42. 1; Madame Edw., of
Chateau d'Alteribes, portrait of 42. 9; Geo., 1st
Earl of Onslow, Lord- Lieutenant of S. and
aft.

CustosRotulorum40.46-51,52,55,76. 44.
46. 4, 48,

Commander

portraits of 42.

88

1, 7,

Surrey 46. 1-9, Three Surrey Speakers


39. 65-77, his The Empress Maud reviewed
47. 108-9; his w., her portrait 42. 8; General
in

Rich.,bro.of Speaker Arthur, portrait of


42. 5; Thos., 2nd Baron, Lord-Lieutenant
and Custos Rotulorum of S., M.P. for S.
39. 69, 40. 43, 44, 45, 44. 5, 6, land of 39. 90,
livings of 39. 89, 96, 98, 99, 102, portraits of
42. 5, 6, his w. Eliz., nee Knight 40. 44; Thos.,
2nd Earl, Vice-Lieutenant of S.40. 47, 51,
43. 14, 44. 19, 46, 4, 5, 7, his 1st w. Arabella,

43. 7, 9

Oldale, John (Ewell) 54. Ill


Oldfield see Owfield
Olive, J., finds Roman coin 57. 101; see also

Ownstead,

Shelley 39. 76, 46. 48, her portrait 42. 5, 6,


sale of land at Cobham 58.75; Guildford,
portrait of 42. 8; Hum., Bailiff of Shrewsbury,
Sheriff of Salop, squire of Onslow (Salop)
39. 65; Mary, aft. w. of John Duncombe, q. v.;
Rich., d. 1571, Speaker 39. 65-7, 74, portrait
of 42. 1; Sir Rich., d. 1664, M.P. for S. and
Deputy Lieutenant 39. 60, 63, 64, 40. 42, his
claim on Weston manor, Albury 48. 86; Sir
Rich., d. 1717, 1st Baron Onslow, Lord Lieutenant and M.P. for S., Speaker 39. 67-8, 70, 74,
96, 40. 43, 55, 56. 16, and his w., portraits of
42. 2, 4; Rich., 3rd Baron, Lord Lieutenant
and Custos Rotulorum of S., M.P. for Guildford 40. 44-6, 55, 76, 43. 9, 14, 46. 42, 45,
portrait of 42. 5; Rich., 5th Earl, President
of S.A.S. 53. 35, 40, 84, portr ., Hunting in
Surrey 43. 1-15, Lords - Lieutenant of Surrey
40. 40-55, The pictures at Clandon Park
42. 1-10, Racing in Surrey 44. 1-23, The road

22.

of S. Militia 40. 45,

his w. Henrietta, nee

nee Ellerker and his 2nd w. Charlotte, nee


Hale, portraits of 42. 6, 7; Col. Thos. Cranley,
his w., nee Hillier 42. 7; Wm. Hillier, 4th
Earl, High Steward of Guildford 43. 13, 14,
53. 81, portrait of 42. 8

Orcus, Domesday tenant of Merton 39. 147


Ord, Mr. [Craven], antiquary 46. 50, 53
Ordnance Survey, Archaeological Section,
survey of Celtic fields at Coulsdon 50. 49
Ordnance Survey maps, course of "Pilgrims'
Way" on 44. 48-82 passim
Oringe, Orringe, Orenge: Fabian (Leigh) 59. 45;
John (Leigh) 59. 46; Thos. (Horley) 59. 44;

Wm.

(Leigh) 59. 46

Oripud,Rob.42. 94

Orme, Geo. (Sutton) 59. 70


Ormesby, North, Lines., abbey

of 43. 56;

manor

of 43. 56

Ormesby, Ormsby: Arthur (Southwark) 43. 53,


will of 43. 55-60; his 1st w. Mercy, nee
Hayme, formerly w. of Nich. Carew, her will
43. 53-5, his 2nd w. Edith, nee Colebrook
43. 55-60; Hy. 43. 56; John 43. 56, 59, his son
Arthur 43. 56, 57; Marg. 43. 56, 57; Nich.
43. 56; Wm. 43. 56, 57
Ormond, Lady Alianora, Countess of 42. 97

Ornament: animal, Saxon

56. 151-2; renaissance,


in wall-painting, Chiddingfold 48. 154-6
Ornaments, bronze, Saxon, Mitcham 56. 108-110

Osbert, Dean of the Arches


43. 103

(i.e. St.

Mary

le

Bow)

Osborn, Osborne, Osbourne, Osburn: Dr., of the

Osborn, Osborne, Osbourne, Osburn cont.


Equitable Assurance Office 46. 47, 49; Sir
Geo. 46. 54; John (Haslemere), token of
56. 37; John, patron of Ockham 45. 45, 47w;
Mary (Godstone), token of 48. 24, 56. 36; Thos.
(Horley) 59. 44
Osiver [?01iver], Rich. (Reigate) 59. 53

Oskyn, John (Egham) 47. 27


Oslacus, clericus (Sutton) 59. 74
Ossory, Lord 46. 43
Oswald, and Norbury estate 47. 2
Oswald, Felix, note on Roman pottery 48. 49-58
Oswig, grant of lands to (Horley) 45. 149
Otes, Sam., his brass (Croydon) 40. Ill
Otford, Kent, the "Pilgrims' Way" in 41. 3, 6, 7,
8,12
Otho 42. 92
Ottenome, Edm. 42. 97
Otter, John (Rotherhithe), token of 56. 45
Otteworth, Utteworth: Wm., M.P.for S.39. 52. 53;
see also Utworth
(Ewell) 54, 118, 119, 123; Mr.
Otway, Otwaye:
(Sutton) 59. 82; And. (Chipstead) 59. 42

Ounsteed see Ownstead


Outred, Outright: Rich. (Titsey) 59.67; Wm.
(Chipstead) 59. 42
Outwood (in par. of Blechingley, Burstow,
Horley, Home and Nutfield) see Burstow
Ovates see Axes: flint and stone: paleo.
Ovens: E.I.A., Ewell 50. 18, illus., St. Martha's
48. 113-5;Roman: Albury: Farley Heath
48. 38, pi.; Saxon, in wall of Thursley ch.

39.109,110
Overhanging rim urn see Pottery: B. A. hasle-

mere
T. (Cheam) 59. 77
Overwey see Tilford
Overy, Rich. (Oxted) 59. 62
Owen: Chas., Curate of Hascombe 39. 94; John

Overton,

J.

(Burstow) 59. 39
Owfield, Owlfield, Oldfield: Dame Kath.48.43;
Sir Sam., M.P. for Gatton, lord of the manor
of Chipstead 39. 61, 48. 43, his son Wm.

39.61
Ownstead, Ownsted, Ownstyd, Hownsted, Ounsteed, Unsted: Edw. (Titsey) 59. 67; Geof.
(Chelsham) 59. 65; John (Farleigh) 41. 39m;
John (Sanderstead), his w. Joan, nee Olliph,
formerly w. of John Leigh 48. 65
Ox goad, Roman, Ewell 50. 21
Oxenbrigge: Sir Goddard 52. 35; Sir John, clerk
52. 35; Malyn, aft. w. of Sir Rich. Carew, q. v.
Oxenden, Northants.46. 76
Oxenhoath (Oxynother), in West Peckham, Kent
52.47
Oxford: Cistercian College of St. Bernard, Provisor of 47. 18: Corpus Christi College, S.
manors held by 41. 47-49; Merton College,
S. manors held by 41. 34-46
Oxfordshire: Sherriff of see Poyle; see also
Eynsham; Hayford, Lower; Henley
Oxley, Simon (Crowhurst) 59. 56
Oxshott see Stoke d'Abernon

Oxshott Farm (Way) see Cobham


Oxted (Oxstede, Acstede):
barrows 42. 31, 32, 53-4; excavation of mound
at Barrow Green 53. 20; houses in, drawing
of by A. Keen 45. 156; lands in 51. 88, 52. 47;
manor 39. 57; military assessment (1805)
52.61; Oxted. Limpsfield and neighbourhood,
by L. G. Fry, reviewed 41. 133-5; "Pilgrims'

Way"

in 41. 15, 16; Protestation returns


59. 62-3; registers: non-parochial 46. 124,

parish 46. 121; trader's token of 56. 41;


visitation (1724-5) 39. 98
church: Glynne's notes on 55. 102; monument
in 43. 47; rectors of see Bellamy; Hunter;
Lingfield; Rand
places: Barrow Green 42. 31, 32, 53-4, 53. 20;
Barrow Green Ct.45. 157; Hanging Wood

41.15,16
Oxted, Acstede: Roland de, M.P. for Surrey

39.57
Oye, in Calais, France, church
52.36

of,

bequest to

Paas, Pas: Hy. (Barnack, Northants.) 46. 66, his


dau., aft. w. of Geof. Barnack, q. v.
Pace: Rich. (Reigate) 59. 51; Thos. (Warlingham)
59.67
Pacey, Mr., friend of Wm. Bray 46. 46

Pachenesham (Pachesham, Pachevesham),


manor of see Leatherhead
Packs of hounds see Hunting
Paddington, manor of see Abinger
Pagan elements in place names 54. 19-20;
56. 157
Page: Mr.

(Gt. Bookham) 51. 106; Hy., purchases


Wildwood manor, Alfold 48. 96; John (Epsom)
57. 13; John, canon of Merton 47. 22; Thos.,

lord of the manor of Cobham 46. 49, 58. 51, 56,


58-9, 72-3, his son Thos. 58. 59, 63-4, 67;
Thos. (Oxted) 59. 63
Paget, Clarence G., notes on monumental
brasses 40. 110, 112, his Abstracts of the
ancient muniments of the Whitgift Foundation,
reviewed 42. 129-31; John, Curate of Egham

39.91

Pagham,Sx. 51.95
Paine see Payne
Paines Hill see Limpsfield
Painshill see Walton-on-Thames
Painter, K. S., Romano-British bowl from Redhill
60.83-4
Paintings: mural see Mural paintings; see also
Pictures
Paise: John (Betchworth) 59. 37; Wm. (Betchworth) 59. 37
Pakker,
51.95
Palaeolithic see Flint and stone artifacts:

palaeolithic

Palesdenn see Polesden


Palgrave, John 54. 92, his w. Urith, nee Saunder
54. 77k, 91h, 92, their son Augustine 54. 91;z, 92
Palm, Pet. (Streatham) 52. 33
Palm Sunday fairs, Albury 54. 17,60. 77, 78, 81

89

Palmer: Father 42. 90; John (Horley) 59. 43;


John (Walton-on-Thames) 39. 101; Jos. (Leigh)
59. 46; Ph. Griggs, Master of Trinity Hospital,
Guildford, papers deposited in S.A.S. Library
58. 115; Rob. (Horley) 59. 43; Rob. (Merstham)
59. 47, 48; Sir Thos., and his w. Alicia 48. 42,
43;

Wm.

(Oxted) 59. 62, 63;

Wm.

(Reigate)

59.52
Palstave: bronze, Woking 55. 122; looped: Fren-

sham 50. 137, pi., Reigate 57. 101, illus., Weybridge 55. 121
Pamour, Rob. (Chipstead) 59. 42
Pandulph, Pantulf: Lord of Wem, arms of
46. 64; Luke, chaplain to 46. 83
Panelling: 51. 110-33 passi m; Artington: Braboeuf Manor Ho. 49. 85-9 passim, pis.;
Byfleet 50. pi. XX; Ditton, Thames 59. 30;
Seale: Poyle Park 59. 89-90, pi.
Pantulf see Pandulph
Paper-mills: Cobham 58. 61-2; Eashing 40. 73
Pappeworth, Ham of see Send
Pappeworth: Rob. de, and his w. Lucy nee
Maubanc 40. 33, 37; Thos. de, alias de Sende,
and his w. Alice 40. 34, 35, 37
Parco, John de 49. 83
Pardoe, John (Lingfield) 59. 59
Pardon:
fl. 1787, friend of Wm. Bray 46. 51;
lAr.,fl. 1785, treasurer of the public stock of
the county 58.67
Par few see Purefoy
Paris Garden see Southwark
Parish, Rob. (Lingfield) 59. 59
Parish rate book, Cheam 47. 67-83
Parish registers: list of transcripts 46. 114-24,
additions 47. 103; need for transcripts
51. 102; Blechingley 54. 69; Mortlake, publication, reviewed 57. 106; Ockham 45. 2
Parishes, answers to Dr. Willis's visitation
(1724-5) 39.82-103
Park, Parke: Alice atte 42. 97; Andrew at, M.P.
for Guildford 39. 58; Sarah (Epsom) 57. 16;
Wm.atte 42.98

Park Brow type

of pottery see Pottery: E.I. A.

(St. Martha's)
Parker, Perker:

,
V. of Farnham 39. 87;
52. 48; Geo. (Farnham), schoolmaster
39. 92; Hy. 51. 95; Hy. (Horley) 59. 43; Hy.
(Nutfield) 59. 49; Hy. (Reigate) 59. 53; John,

goodman

Baron Boringdon

44. 21; John (Blechingley)


59. 55; John, monk of Waverley, Curate of
Wanborough 47. 18; Math., Archbishop of

Canterbury, questionnaire of 1561, "Parker


Certificates" 45. 97-100; Mich., and Hoddesdon
water scheme 54. 99; Ralph (Horley) 59.44;
Rich., King's Serjeant, parker of Byfleet
Manor 45. 61, 62, 63; Sir Thos., Earl of
Macclesfield, impeachment of 39. 69; Wm.,
R. of Tatsfield 59. 66
"Parker Certificates" for Surrey 45. 97-115
Parkest, Mrs. (Cheam) 47. 81
Parkhurst: John, lord of the manor of Epsom
51. 110, 57. 2-40 passim, his great grandson
John, Hebrew scholar 57. 20; Sir Rob., Lord
90

Mayor of London 39. 61, his son Sir Rob.,


Deputy -Lieutenant of S. and M.P. for Guildford 39. 61, 40. 42; Thos., patron of
39. 91,

W. (Epsom), coachman

Epsom

57. 12, 13;

Wm.

(Ewell) 54. Ill

Parkins, Parkyns: John 51. 95; Sir Wm., founder


of school in Chertsey 39. 88; see also Perkins
Parkinson: Cuthbert (Epsom) 57. 13; John, his
brass (Croydon) 40. Ill; Thos., and his w.
Eliz., their brass (Croydon) 40. 110
Parliament: House of Commons: members for
Surrey, 1425-1660 39. 51-64; Nich. Saunder's
account of 54. 98; picture of, at Clandon Pk.
42. 5; Speakers 39. 65-77, 56. 15-28
Parliamentary representation in Surrey, Notes
on 39.51-64
Parme, John (Lingfield) 59. 59
Parr, Parre: Dr. 46. 48; Catherine, Queen see
Catherine; Wm., Marquess of Northampton,

and Lord-Lieutenant of S., Steward


of Henley and
Guildford Pks. 40. 41; Wm., servant 51.88
Parrish, E. J. see Prest, J. M. and Parrish
Parrock, manor of see Hartfield, Sx.
Parry, Parrye: fam., arms of (Banstead)
50. 122-4; Hy., R. of Sutton 45. 113; Lucy,
aft. W. of Dan. Burr, q. i;.;Rich. (Banstead)
50. 123; S. Gambier 45. 42; Thos. (Banstead)
Bailiff

of

Godalming and Keeper

50. 123

Parson: Miss (Guildford) 46. 31-4 passim; Edm.


(Reigate) 59. 50; H. 46. 34;

W. 46. 33

Parsons: Mrs. (Cheam) 47. 81; Eliz., aft. w. of


Ant. Sturt, q. v.; Hum., Lord Mayor 39. 98,
57. 14, livings of 39. 87, 90, 96; Sir John,

Mayor, M.P. for Reigate, brewer

Lord

44. 5, 47. 43,

57. 3, 11-19, 40-1, his w. Eliz., nee

Beane

57.12, 14-5

Parson's Green, Mx., trader's token 56. 42;


see also Croydon
Parteridge, Parteridg: Jasper (Newington),
token of 48. 28,56. 41
Parvish,
(Guildford) 46. 33
Pas see Paas
Paskin, Pasquin: Hy. (Reigate) 59. 52; John

(Reigate) 52. 53

Passemer, Rich.
Paston: Edw. 51.

43. 93, 94; Rog. 43. 93, 94


90; Kath. 51. 90; Sir Thos.

Agnes, nee Leigh, aft.


Edw. Fitzgarrett, q. v.
Patch Grove pottery see Pottery: E.I. A.
Pateratus, Samian potter 48. 49
Paternus, Samian potter 49. 48, 57. 46
51. 86, 90, his w.

(2)

w.

of

Patishull, fam., arms of 52. 72, 73, 74, 75, 79


Patten, Wm., alias Waynflete, q. v.
Pattinson, Jane, waiting woman to Duchess of
Bedford (Cheam) 47. 68
(Lingfield) 59. 60; Lawr. (Horley)
Pattrick:

59.43
Paul, Rowland, work
40.3,5,6

of,

on Newark Priory

Paulet, Powlett: John, Lord

St.

John,

aft.

5th

Marquis of Winchester, and his w. Winifred,


n&e Bruges, lords of the manor of Chipstead

Paulet, Powlettcont.

48.42
Paulo, Walt. 43. 93
Pault, Wm., custody of Byfleet Pk. 45. 64
Paveley, fam., arms of 52. 72, 75, 79

Pawley, Thos. (Nutfield) 59. 49


Paxton, Thos. (Windlesham) 39. 102
Payle,

Wm. 42.

Paynam, Edm.

93
52. 41

Payne, Payn, Paine: fam., arms of (Addington)


(Limpsfield) 59. 58; Galfridus
48. 67;

(Chipstead) 48. 42; Jas. 52. 38; Jas. (Weybridge) 54. 144; Maud, aft. w. of John Leigh,
q. v.; Walt. (Byfleet) 45. 57
Paynell, Paynel: Thos., canon of Merton, R. of
All Hallows, Honey Lane 47. 22-3; Sir Wm.
(Compton) 41. 131
Paynter, Payntare: Harry (Kingston) 44. 116;
John (Kingston) 44. 104; Wm., monk of
Bermondsey, R. of Upper Halstow, Kent

47.17
Peach, Mr., friend of Wm. Bray 46. 55
Peake, Alex (Epsom), token erroneously
assigned to 48. 23; John (Reigate) 59. 54
Pearce, C.M.H.,^4w account of the buildings of
Newark Priory, with a note on its founder's
family 40. 1 -39, his notes on Ripley chapel
50.166-7
Pearson, Pierson: Reg. H., his notes on brass
at Thorpe 40. 113, 116; Rob. (Kingston), token
of 56. 38; Sam. (Cheam) 47. 69
Peaslake see Shere
Peasmarsh (Pease Marsh) see Shalford
Peatling, A. V. his volume on Stained and painted
glass of Surrey 53. 93, additional notes on
Buckland 41. 122-3, and Newington 39. 150
Pebble rubbers 52. 9
Pebbles: quartz, on meso. site (Chiddingfold)
41. 68; see also Sling stones
Pecco',Hamo 43. 96
Peckham see Camberwell
Peckham, Pecham: Colonel (Cobham) 39. 89;
Hugh de 42. 114; Pet. of, his La Luminere as
Lays, MS. of 49. 117
Peddar, Wm., monk of Waverley 47. 18
Pedigrees see Acland; Bagot; Caryll; Conquest;
Dammartin; Drummond; Duncombe; Hoare;
Howard; Lambert; Leigh; Reynes; Upton
Peek, Sir Wilfred, arms of (Cranleigh) 39. 152
Peke, John, of Colbrokeskey, London 43. 57
Pelegrini, Raymond, de Rapistagon, papal nuncio
46.95
Pelham: Hy., statesman 39. 74, 75, 76; Thos. see
Pelham -Holies
Pelham Clinton see Clinton
Pelham -Holies: Thos., Duke of Newcastle, and
Claremont 40. 68, 59. 91, encroachment on
common (Cobham) 58. 74, friendship with
Arthur Onslow 39. 76, patron of Peper Harow
39. 98, resident in Esher 39. 91
Pelissary: fam., arms of (Battersea) 55. 36;
Angelica Magdalen, aft. w. of Hy. St. John,
.

q.v.

Pellegrini, picture by 42. 8

Pembroke, Earl of see Herbert


Pembroke Lodge see Petersham
Pendant, mediaeval heraldic, Farnham 56. 161-2
Pendell, manor of see Blechingley
Pender, John 52. 41
Penfold, Penefold: F. B.,his collection of Surrey
tokens 48. 17; J.W., restoration of Thursley
ch. 39. 106, 107; John (Dorking) 55. 51, token
of 56. 33; Wm. (Dorking), tokens of 56. 33
Penge see Battersea
Perm, Wm. (Dorking) 54. 74
Penne, Rich. de la 43. 106
Penneck, Mr., R. of Abinger, Keeper of Reading
Room at British Museum 46. 44-7 passim
Penniall, Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 59
Pennootts, Wm. (Lingfield) 59. 60
Penoyre, Stallard (Streatham) 59. 2
Penstill, Jos. (Blechingley) 59. 56
Pentlow, Essex, manor and church of 51. 84
Penycok, John, King's Sergeant and Yeoman of
King's Robes, and Byfleet manor 45. 62, 63, 64,
his w. Joan 45. 62
Peper Harow (Pepperharrow):
heathen place name 54. 20, 56. 144; military
assessment (1805) 52. 60; parish boundaries
54. 138-41; parish registers 46. 121; visitation
(1724-5) 39. 98
church: rectors of see Clere; Holdsworth;
Wallis
places: Borough Farm, boundary stone 54. 140;
Gatwick (Gatock) Common 40. 76; Ockley
Common 54. 139; Peper Harow Estate
54. 140; Peper Harow Pk.40. 76; Somerset
Bridge 54. 140

Peppermint, grown and distilled at Sutton 59. 7


Pepys, Pepis: Chas. Edw., 2nd Earl of Cottenham, Vice-President of S.A.S. 53. 12; Rob.,
R. of Gatton 45. 159; Sam., the diarist, lodges
in Clapham 39. 157, visits: Braboeuf Manor
50. 167, Epsom 51. 110, 57. 1, 20, 21, 22, 24,
Ewell 51. 125, Guildford 46. 2, 50. 167, 51.

155-6
Perambulation, of Tooting Bee 59. 2-9
Perawnt, Thos. 42. 95
Percebryge, Percebrigg: John, V. of Carshalton,
his brass 40. 108
Perceval: Augustus Arthur, Earl of Egmont
(Banstead) 50. 110; Chas. Geo., 2nd Baron
Arden, Lord-Lieutenant of S. 40. 51, 52, 54;
John, 1st Earl of Egmont 47. 55
Percivall, Percivalle, Percifall: Chas. (Reigate)
59. 52; Edw., R. of Ewhurst 45. 108; Thos.
(Reigate) 59. 51

Percy: fam., arms of (Albury) 48. 91, 93;


Algernon, 10th Earl of Northumberland,
Lord-Lieutenant of S. 40. 42, 54; Algernon
Geo., 6th Duke of Northumberland and his
w. Louisa, nee Drummond 48. 88, hatchments
of (Albury) 48. 91-3,/>Z.;Hy., 1st Earl of
Northumberland, and Byfleet Pk.45. 59;
John de 43. 105; Wm. de, and his w. Joan,
nee Briwer 57. 78-80, 82, 84
91

59. 65
Perine, Rich. (Reigate) 59. 51
Perker see Parker
Perkins, Perkyn: John 51. 94; Jos. (Reigate)
59. 53; Rich. (Reigate) 59. 53; Wm. (Reigate) 59. 54; see also Parkin
Perkudy, Mr. (London) 47. 72
Perrie, John (Reigate) 59. 52
Perrin, Mr., of Tanhurst Ho., Wotton 40. 77
Perrotts manor see Banstead
Perryar, John (Tandridge) 59. 63
Pert: Jas. (Titsey) 59. 67; Thos. (Titsey) 59. 67
Pertenhall, Beds., church, bequests to 43. 55, 58,
manor 43. 55
Pery, manor of see Harmondsworth
Peter: Prior of St. Pancras, Lewes 43. 108; R.
of St. Petroc, Winchester 43. 89, 90; the
Venerable, Abbot 39. 80
Peter: Dan. (Reigate) 59. 52; Owen (Cobham)

39.89
Peterborough, Earl of see Mordaunt
Peterborough, Prebendary of see Russell
Peters: Jos., R. of Albury 39. 83; W. (Ockham)
45.30

Petersham:
barrows, possible 42. 31, 32, 34; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers
46.28
church: History of P. church, by CD. Warren,
reviewed 47. 112-4; minister of see Bignell
places: Ham Ho. 59. 90; Pembroke Lodge, Henry
Mount at 42. 31, 32, 34; Petersham Com-

Vm

mon 48. 137


(Stoke d'Abernon) 46. 55
Peto,
Petree, Lady (Cheam) 47. 81, 82
Pettit, fam., arms of (Albury) 48. 82, 84
Petworth, Sx., Honor of 57. 78
Pevensey (Roman Anderida), Sx., possible Roman
road to 40. 104, 105
Pews: "faculty" and "shriving" pews in parish

churches 52.88-9
Phelps, Phelpes: John (Reigate) 59.

(Chelsham) 59. 65; Leonard (Streatham)


Mrs. Molesworth (Mickleham) 47. Ill;
Peter (Chelsham) 59. 65; Rich. (Cobham)

59. 7;

58. 75; Rich. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Thos., of the

Bull's Head, Camberwell, token of 56. 31;


Thos. (Leigh) 59. 45; Thos. (Warlingham)
59. 67; W.E., investigates mound at Albury

Wm. (Cobham)

58. 76

Philps: Clara (Dorking) 51. 156; Thos., of the


Wheatsheaf Inn (Dorking), his w. Sarah and
son John 51. 156
Phipps, Phips: Abraham (Cheam) 47. 82; Fra.
(Betchworth) 59. 37; Thos. (Tatsfield) 59. 66;

Wm. (Merstham)
92

59. 47

Pearce
Pierrepont, Sir Evelyn, 2nd Duke of Kingston,
of Pierpont Lodge, Frensham 40. 75
Pierson see Pearson
Pieters, Dirck, inscription in Dutch glass in
Ockham ch.45. 32
Pigeon, John (Burstow) 59. 39
Piggott, Pigot: John (Lingfield) 39. 96; Sam.,
R. of Windlesham 39. 102; Thos., Abbot of

Chertsey 59.75

Pigmy flint industries of Surrey


illus.;

41. 50-78,

see also Flint and stone artifacts:

meso.
Pike, John, his w. Alice and their son Thos.
and dau. Avys 52. 39
Pilfold,

Chas. (Effingham) 58. 72

Pilford,

Mr.

(Sutton) 59. 84

Pilgrim crosses 44. 64-5


"Pilgrim "names see Place names
Pilgrim's Way: Pilgrims' Way and its supposed
pilgrim use 44. 47-83; Pilgrims Way from
Shere to Titsey 41. I -33, pis.; see also Roads:
pre -Roman trackways
Pinck, Wm. (Epsom), barber -surgeon 57. 26
Pinion, Pinygn: Edw. (Reigate) 59. 52; Rob.
'

(Home)

59. 57

Pinkney, Mr. (Guildford) 46. 34


Pins:
48. 58, 50. 21, bronze
bronze 40. 119; Walton
on-the-Hill, bronze 51. 78
Saxon: Coulsdon, silver 56. 136; Croydon
56. 138; Guildford, bronze 39. 23, 56. 141, iron

Roman: Ewell, bone


52; Nich.

(Reigate) 59. 53; Rich. (Whitechapel) 45. 29


Philip, Archdeacon of Winchester 46. 87
(Warlingham),
Phillips, Phillipps, Philips:
teacher in Farleigh41. 41; Dan., R. of Caterham
39. 87; Dan., R. of Sanderstead 39. 98; John

58. 114;

fire mark 49. 87


Pickaerts, fam., arms of (Ashtead) 48. 107
Picke, Edm. (Horley) 59. 44
Pickering, Hy., lease of Molesey Ferry 58. 60
Pickern, Thos., Curate of Cheam 47. 82, 83
Pickersgill, Mr. (Streatham) 59. 2
Pickhurst, John (Oxted) 59. 63
Picks, meso. see Axes: meso.
Pickston, Pickstone: Geo. (Reigate) 59. 52; Thos.
(Reigate), stationer 48. 158
Pictures at Clandon Park 42. 1-10, pis.
Pid, Lady Matilda de 42. 92
Pierce, Piers: Edw., sculptor 54. 144-5; John
43. 96; John, R. of Coulsdon 39. 89; see also

Phoenix Insurance Co.,

Percy Cartulary 57. 78


Perebricch see Pirbright
Perelesse, Jeremy (Chelsham)

50. 21; Godalming,

41. 121
Piozzi, Mr. [Gabriel] (Streatham) 59.2,6
Pipard, Sim., and Newark Priory 40. 34-7, his
w. Dionisia 40. 35
Pipe, clay, attrib. to H. Baker, Guildford, found
at Albury 58. 114
Pipes, lead, of Hampton Court water supply
system 56. 11-13, illus.

Pippbrook see Dorking


Pirbright (Perebricch):
earth circle on Bullswater Common 42. 28,
48, 56, 54. 14, 29; military assessment
(1805) 52. 61; open field 48. 131; parish
registers 46. 121; Rich. White, Queen's
Cup-maker buried at 45. 151; visitation
(1724-5) 39. 98

Pirbright (Perebricch) cont.


church: a chapel of Woking 39. 98, 102;
curate of see Asser; Dawson; Warren;
Wickham; Four early incumbents of P.
42. 114, correction 45. 157
Pirford see Pyrford
Piscina, double: Blechingley 54. 67,/>/.; Ockham
45. 6, 18, pi.

Pistor:

Gerard

42. 91;

Wm of the

White Hart,

Reigate 42. 119


Pit dwellings see Hut circles
Pitch Hill see Ewhurst
Pitchfont Lane (part of ancient highway, in
parishes of Limpsfield and Titsey)
49. 20-5,46-54 passim
Pitfold, manor of see Frensham

Pitman, Miss H. S., information on place names


in Bray's diary 47. 103
Pits, shallow depressions on Limpsfield
Common, excavated 41. 119; see also Early
Iron Age, Mesolithic and Roman sites,

passim
Pitsey [sic, i.e. Titsey?], mace-head from 45. 142
Pitt -Rivers, Augustus Hy. Lane Fox, his work
on barrows 42. 30, 48, 49, 50, 57
Pitts:
46. 37; Capt., of Abinger Hall 46. 51
Place-names: ending in "-ingas" 56. 139, 157;
Harrowshill, in Albury 58. 102, 60. 77, 81;
in Ockham and Wisley 60. 54-62; indicating
kiln sites 59. 22, 25-6; of farms and valleys
in Gt. Bookham and Effingham 50. 161-4;
pagan elements 54. 19-20, 56. 157; "pilgrim"
names, on Pilgrims' Way 44. 59-64, in other
counties 44. 71-6
Planta, Mr. [Jos.], Principal Librarian at British
Museum 46. 47
Plantagenet, John, Earl of Richmond see John
Plantagenet
Plate, church, Ockham 45. 39
Piatt, John, R. of West Horsley, and lord of the
manor of Cobham 58. 49, 71, his w. Marg.,
nee Lynde, formerly w.of Vincent Gavell
58.49
Piatt's Green see Caterham
Plaw, Plawe: Edw. (Crowhurst) 59. 57; Geo.
(Home) 59. 57; Geo. (Tandridge) 59. 63;
John (Home) 59. 57; Rog. (Lingfield) 59. 60;
Thos. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Wm. (Lingfield)
59.61
Playstowe, Thos., and his w. Agnes 52. 46
Pledge:
(Reigate) 59. 50; Erasmus (Reigate)
59. 51; N. (Horley) 59. 44; Rich. (Reigate)
59. 52; Wm. (Reigate) 59. 52
Pleyd, Math. (Reigate) 59. 52
Pleydell, fam., arms of 52. 76
Pleystowe see Capel
Plomley, Plumley, Plumbley: Edm. (Limpsfield)
59. 58; Geo. (Oxted) 59. 62; Rob. (Reigate)
59.51
Plough Monday, at Kingston 44. 103
Plowman, Geo. (Cheam) 47. 75
Pluckley, Kent, church, "faculty" pews 52. 89
Plumer, Thos. (Mitcham) 39. 97

Plummer: John (Cobham


ham) 58. 76

58. 77;

Thos. (Cob-

Plumpton, Sx., tithes in 43. 101


Plumpton, Joscelin de 43. 107
Plymouth, Devon 52. 88
Pocknell, Pockenell, Poocknell: Edw. (Tandridge)

John (Lingfield) 59. 59; Thos. (Tandridge) 59. 63


59. 63;

Pogson, Mr. (Sutton) 59. 76


Poile, Poille see Poyle
Pointer, H. W., 'The ancient stained glass

at St.

John's, Stoke -next -Guildford 55. 18-31;

Coats of arms in Surrey churches, Pt. I


48. 61-il2, corrigenda 49. 130, Pt.
50. 105-32, addenda and corrigenda to Pts.I
and H 52. 66-8, Pt. IH 52. 69-79, Pt. IV

55.32-40
Pointz, John, lord of the

manor

of

Chipstead

48.43
Pole: Cardinal, R. of Chipstead 45. Ill; Hugh
de la 43. 92
Polesden (Pollesden, Poulsden, Poelsden,
Palesdenn), the name and place 50. 161-4;
see also Bookham, Gt.; Dorking; Effingham;

Mickleham
[Polesden], Polsden, Polesdon, Pollisdene:
Chris. (Betchworth) 59. 37; John (Gt. Bookham)
50. 16 1; Rich, de, his w. Emma and son Thos.
42. 92; Walt, de 47.3
Polesden Lacy see Bookham, Great
Polhill: Chas., his w. Tryphena, nee Shelley,
portrait of 42. 7; Wm., R. of Albury 46. 49-54
passim, 60. 78, his w. 46. 50, 52
Politics in Surrey 39. 51-77 passim
Pollard: John (Burstow) 59. 39; John, of Ewell

Grove

45. 155, 48. 14; Math. (Charlwood)


(Charlwood) 59. 41
Pollen: Mr., friend of Wm. Bray 46. 49; John,
patron of Little Bookham 39. 86
Polio, Pollowe: Wm., bailiff of Byfleet manor
59. 40;

Wm.

45. 55, 56
Pollock: A. Gordon, The Old House, Mickleham
45. 153-4; Sir Fred. 53. 97
Poloxhill see Pulloxhill
Polstead, Suffolk, R. of see Saling
Polsted, manor of see Compton
Polsted: Fra. (Albury) 51. 95, 96; Hy. (Albury),
son of Thos. 51. 94, his will 51. 95-6, his w.
Alice 51. 95, his dau. Joan, w. of Thos. Sambourne, q.v. Hy., bro. of Thos. 51. 94, 95;
John,/Z. 1529, bro. of Thos. 51. 94, 95; John,
d. 1540, and his w. Anne, their brass (Thames
Ditton) 55. Ill, their dau. Juliana 55. Ill;
Rich., son of Hy. 51. 95, 96, his w. Eliz. nee
More 51. 96; Thos. (Stoke-next-Guildford),
will of 51. 94-5, his w. Agnes, and dau. Marg.
51. 94, his son Thos. 51. 94, 95
;

Polychrome masonry

in

Roman and Norman

buildings 55. 4-6


Polyng, Jordan de 42. 98
Pommels, Saxon, Mitcham 56. 118-20
Pond, Fra. (Chertsey), token of 56. 31
Pond: Elstead: Pudmore Pond 54. 139-40;
93

Pond cont.
Farnham, head

S.E."B" 50. 139-41, z7/ws.; Beddington.


Belgic 60. 37, 40, illus.; Carshalton, "A",
Belgic, haematite 49. 56, 58, 60, 62, 64-7,
?7/ws.;Coulsdon: misc. sherds 50. 50, from
Woodplace Farm, Belgic, "Patch Grove"
50. 69-70, illus.; Epsom, "A" 49.67; Esher,
decorated pot 56. 159, illus.; EweU: "A"
43.23, illus.. "A", bead rim, "Patch Grove"
50. 22-31, illus., Belgic 48. 56, fragments
44.144,S.E."B" 50. 139-41, i//!<s.;Fetcham:
S.E."B" 50. 142-3, illus., Southern 1st and
2nd "B" 59.86-8, ?7/s.; Godalming, "A"
57.54, "A" and 2nd "B" 58.26-8,27/;^.;
illus.,

Blackwater 39. 150-1


Ponsonby, Arthur A. W. H., Baron Ponsonby of
Shulbrede, and the Hon. Mathew, Monastic
paving tiles, reviewed 42. 133; Win., 2nd Earl
of Bessborough (Roehampton) 40. 75
Pontissara, Pontoise: John de, Bishop of
Winchester 46. 69, 71, 84-93 passim
of the

Poole, Chas., R. of Esher 39. 91

Poor

relief: 1730-53,Cheam 47. 71, 80; 1828-62,


Sutton 59. 80-1
Pop Hole, near Haslemere, on Rocque's map

40.73
Pope: Nich. 52. 48; Rog. 52. 48
Popham: fam., arms of 55. 24, 25; Sir Hugh and
his w. Joan, nee Kentishberry 55. 25; Reg.,
his dau. Alice aft. w. of Rob. Long, q.v.
Poplar (Popeler), Middx. 52. 39
Popp, Math. (Horley) 59. 44
Popplestone, Thos. Heath, schoolmaster, his
monument (Ockham) 45. 36
Porden, W., drawings of Ockham ch. 45. 12, 36
Port, de: fam., badge of 52. 73; Adam (Mapledurham), his son Rob. 46. 72w
Porter, Jane and Anna Maria, Residences of
57.102-3
Porter, John (Llanwenarth, Herefords.) 46. 96
Portland, Duke of see Bentinck
Portland, Earl of see Weston
Portland chert see Chert
Portmore, Earl of see Colyear
Portmore Park see Weybridge
Portraits see Pictures; see also under names
of person?
Portsmouth Fly, the 46. 42
Portway, ancient road see Ewell
Pose, Fifield (Blechingley) 59. 55
Potter: Mr. (Sutton) 59. 82, 84; Chas. (Burstow)
59. 39; J., "bookbinder" to S.A.S. 53. 23;
John (Burstow) 59. 39; John (Reigate) 59. 53;
Rich., of Weston Manor Farm (Thames
Dittonj 59. 33; Thos., monk of Chertsey
47. 14; Wm. (Blechingley) 59. 55
Potterton, John (Epsom), barber-surgeon

57.13,26-7
Pottery:

fragments found during 1939-45 war from


various sites, in Guildford Museum 53. 71
Neo.: Farnham, bowl from Badshot Long
Barrow 53. pi. XXXU, fragment, possibly part
of same bowl, found near 47. 90-2, illus.;
food vessel from Dippenhall 52. 26
B.A.: Carshalton, fragment of jar with cable
ornament 49. 64, illus.: Cobham, cinerary
urn from Silvermere Ho., placed in Guildford
Museum 50. 136; Farnham, pot with bosses
58. 112, pi.; Haslemere, overhanging rim urn
55. 121, illus; St. Martha's, bi-conical and
bucket urns 54.37; Worplesdon, cinerary urn

Hascombe Camp, La Tene

D3, 40. 83, 85, 86,

Limpsfield, La Tene
42. 110-1, illus., "Patch Grove" 50.144-7,
illus.,91. 101; Mickleham, "A" 49. 105-6;
MUford, "A" 55. 124; St. Martha's: "A"
54.37-9. ;7/.s.,Park Brow type 43. 113-5,
;7/;<.s .; Sanderstead, Charlton type bead-rim
jar 58. 44; Titsey, Belgic 44.97-9, illus.;
Walton-on-the-HUl 48. 151; S.E. "B", Patch
Grove. Belgic 51.68, 78, ;7/;/s.; Weybridge,
"A", Belgic 51. 144-7, illus.
Roman: Albury: Farley Heath: cinerary urns
and Samian bowl found in garden 40. 118, pi.,
misc. sherds in Guildford Museum 42.67-76,
illus., found in excavation of 1939 48.38,
illus.; Alice Holt Forest, from kiln excavated
60.23-33, illus., possible connections with
kiln at Overwey 51. 55-6; Ashtead: from villa
site 5Z. pis. XXIX, XXX, some unusually thin
ware with cream slip 41.97-8, illus., from
site near church 42.80-4, illus., lamp chimneys 42.61-66, illus.; Beddington, from bath
buUding 60. 40-1 illus .; Betchworth: from
Box Hill sandpit 49. 110-1, illus., sherd with
applied decoration found in sandpit 56. 160,
pi.; Byfleet.from small occupation site of
c. 100 A.D. 46. 131 -6, illus .; Carshalton: from
Bunkers Field site 56. 134, from Queen
Mary's Hospital E.IA.site 49.56,62,67,
illus., 56. 135; Cobham: found during sewage
construction 42. 111-3, illus., from bathhouse, 4th cent. 50. 90-2, illus .; Coulsdon:
from Woodplace Farm 50. 57, 69-70, illus.,
87, 93-5, illus

.;

misc sherds
.

tions at

50. 50, 66;

Waddon Caves

Croydon,

in

excava-

56. 137; Cuddington:

Court Farm 56. 146; Ewell: fragments 42.15,


fragments found at building of shops 41.122,
56. 140, from excavations in 1934, incl. Samian
and Castor ware 43. 17, 22, 23-6, 29, 31, illus.,
fragments from Stane St., incl. Samian 44.144,

from ditch at Council School,


Samian, stamped 48.49-58, illus., from
excav.at Purberry Shot, incl. Samian with
potters' stamps 50.31-43, illus.; Farnham:
from buildings excavated 1946-7 54.49, 52,
145, 146, illus.,
incl.

54, 55, 57, illus.,

from 4th

cent. kilns at

Over-

store jar found in pot-

53./>;.xxxn

wey 51.44-56,

Age "A" 58.93,97;


Ashtead: "A" and La Tene HI 42. 80, 82,
illus.. All Cannings Cross type 41.95-7,

tery kiln 43. 118-9, illus.; Fetcham, small

E.I. A.: Albury, Iron

94

illus.,

sherds of Samian on E.IA.site 60.82;Godalming: from site of burials at Eashing

Pottery: Roman cont.


40. 119-20, from Charterhouse RomanoBritish cemetery, incl. Samian 51. 9-25, illus.,

from

ditch, etc., excavated at Charterhouse


58.28-33, illus., from Romano-British farm
sites 57. 51-65, illus.; Guildford, Samian
fragment found at Saxon cemetery 41.122;

Haslemere, f rom Romano-British cemetery,


Samian 51. 2-9, 11-25, illus.; Lambeth

incl.

43. 78-80; Limpsfield: found with E.I.A. fragments 42. 110-1, illus., from Merle Common
50. 144-7, illus., flagon and Samian dish from
Moorhouse sandpit 57.74;Merton 42.24;
Mickleham 49. 105-6, illus.; Mitcham
39. 145-6, illus.; Puttenham: Hillbury and
Lascombe 57.47, 49, 57-60, illus. ;Reigate,
black bowl, with spiral on base, at Redhill
60. 83-4, illus.; St. Martha's, cinerary urns
54. 37, 40, illus., 56. 142;Sanderstead: from

Romano-British settlement excav.in King's


Wood, incl. feeding bottle and Samian
58.39-44, illus., storage jar and flagon found
on allotment 49. 112,z//;<s.;Seale 48.117;
Shackleford: 58.33-4, illus., cinerary urns
57.49;Shere 44. 152; Stoke d'Abernon
52.82-3,i7Zws.;Titsey 44.96; Walton-on-theHill: from villa excavated at Sandilands Rd.,
incl. Samian and Arretine 51. 74, 78-81, illus.,
near villa site on Walton Heath 51. 64, surface finds 48. 151; Wanborough, cinerary urns
57. 50-1; Weyb ridge, late Antonine jars from

George's Hill 51. 144; Wimbledon, beaker


56. 148; Woking, from site at Monument Hill
59. 16-17, illus.; Woodmansterne,from pit

St.

48.153,z7/ms.; Worplesdon, surface finds


from villa site, Farnham types and Samian
49. 108-9, illus.
Saxon: 56. 132-45 passim; Ewell: small urn
43. 26, illus., urn 41 122; Guildford: from
.

Guildown cemetery 39.26-30, illus; addit.


finds 41. 119-22, illus.; Mitcham, from cemetery 56. 112-5, />Zs.; St. Martha's, small pot

from earth circle

54. 19, 41-2, fZ/s.;Thursley,pot found in builder's trench 51. 152-3,/)/.


Med: Ashtead: few sherds 42. 82, from kiln site
47. 58-66, /7fos.;Bookham, Little, late 13th
cent. cache near ch.60.86;Cheam,from kiln
sites 47. 99-100; Chertsey, fragments in
excavation at Abbey Ho. 43. 49, 52;Chipstead,
13th cent., few sherds 60.86;Compton, from

churchyard 39. 149-50,


illus.;

illus.;

Cuddington,

Nonsuch Pk. 49. 117-9,


Dorking, c. 1300, from West Humble

from trenches

in

chapel 46. 128-9, illus.; Ewell: few sherds,


green glazed 43. 18, few sherds above Stane
St. 44. 145, 3 dish rims 50.44, illus.; Guildford: in Museum 53. 65, green glazed and
polychrome from High St. 45. 142-5, illus.;
Horsley, East, from flint mine shaft 52.18,
illus.; Kingston, archival evidence for making
of pitchers, 13th cent. 45. 151-2; Leatherhead,
llth-12th cent. 50. 156; Maiden, 12th-13th
cent, cooking pots 50. 152-6, ;7/HS.;Seale,from

excavation at Hampton Pk. 48. 117; Send, at


Newark Priory, incl. Bellar mine ware 40.23;
Sutton, green glazed jug 52. 83-4, illus.;
Tatsfield, 13th cent. sherds 60.86;Titsey,
from Romano-Celtic temple site 44.96
15th cent.: Cuddington 49. 117-9, illus.
16th cent.: Alf old, Rhenish stoneware
48. 156-7; green glazed ware probably made
at Farnham 52. 50-5, illus.

16th-17th cent.: German stoneware found at


Farnham 52. 55
17th and 18th cent.: Cuddington, Nonsuch

49.117-9,58.14-20
Pottery kilns see Kilns
Potts, Mr., friend of Wm.Bray 46.40
Poulsden see Polesden
Poulter, Chris. (Caterham) 59.65
Poulton,
(Blechingley) 59.55
Pounsett: Hy.,his w. Susanna, nee Rothwell
and dau. Ellen Anne, memorial to (Battersea),
and arms 55.38
Powder-mills see Gunpowder
Powell, Powel, Powill: Mr., Curate of Abinger
46.45; Mr., owner of The Old House,
Mickleham 45.153; Mr. (Wandsworth) 39.101;
C.F., drawings by 56.162; Dorothy L., editor of
Surrey Quarter Sessions Records, IX. Order
Book and Sessions Rolls, 1666-1668, reviewed
52.97, with H. Jenkinson, Order Book and
Sessions Rolls, 1659-1661 and 1661-1663,
reviewed 43. 125-8; Jas. Griffith ap 49. 121;

[Geo.], the actor, at

Epsom

57. 27;

Mary, aft

w. of Rich. Cartwright, q.v., Rich. (Charlwood)


59. 41; Ste. (Buckland) 59. 38; Ste. (Burstow)

Mrs. Susannah (Wandsworth) 39. 101;


Sir Thos., Bt., arms of (Barnes) 50. 125
Power, Rev. A., drawings 56.162
59. 39;

Powlett see Paulet

Powly,Wm. (Leigh) 59.45


Pownall, Hy ., his History of

Epsom quoted

57.1-2,4,20,27
Poyle, manor of (Mx.) 41.124
Poyle, de la Poile, Poille, Pyle, Puyle, Puille,
Puileis, Pule, Puilla, Pulla: fam., their connections with S. 41. 124-6; Hy., M.P.for S.,
1357-8 41. 125; John 42. 95; John, M.P. for S.
41. 125, 126; Thos. (Guildford), fl. 1252
41. 125; Thos., son of Hy.,/7. 1397, Sheriff of
Oxfordshire 41. 126; Walt.,/7.c.ll78-c. 1212
41. 124; Walt. (Poyle, Mddx.), fl. 1235 41. 125;

Walt.(Tongham),d.l299 41.i25,43.101,his
w. Alice de Hampton 41. 125; Wm. 41. 125
Poyle Charity 39.93
Poyle Ho. and Pk. see Seale
Prailand [sic], farm of 51. 95
Pranell, Hy. (Shere) 47. 48
Pratt:
jockey 44. 17; John (Carlwood) 59.41
Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Surrey wills
in see Wills
Presbyterians, in Surrey parishes 39.83-103

passim
Prest, J.M.,and Parrish, J. E., Investigations on
Walton Health and Banstead Common
95

E. cont.

Prest, J. M., and Parrish, J.

51.57-64
Preston see Banstead
Preston, tithing of Bookham, Great, q.v.
Preston: Jas., patron of Cranleigh 39. 152; Rog.
42.94;Wm.,R.of Ockham, Bishop of Killala
45.46,47m
Previt, Rob. (Crowhurst) 59. 57
Price, Prise: Dr (Newington) 46. 47; Dan., V. of
Warlingham 39. 102; Geo. (Rotherhithe), token
of 56. 45; Herbert, J. P. 47.83;Jarvis
(Merstham) 59.48; John, R. of West Clandon
39. 89; John, R. of Ockley 39. 97; Rich. (Richmond), timber merchant, token of 48. 29,
56.43
Prices: 13th cent.: Betchworth 43. 119-20, Farnham 42. 133-4; 1750's, Cheam 47. 72-80
passim; 1756-1832 46.30-58 passim; building
57. 92; chalk for lime -kilns, 19th cent. 59.25;
church goods and vestments (1230) 46.79-80;
wages of turnpikemen 59.78; wood -faggots
59.25
Pride, Col. Sir Thos. (Pride's Purge) 39.60,61,
.

64
Prieur, Mons., a French master 46.36

Primrose, Archibald Ph., 5th Earl of Rosebery


(Epsom) 51.111,124
Prints and drawings in S.A.S. Library 53.58-9
Prior, John (Charlwood) 59.41
Priories see Religious houses
Pritman,John (Lingfield) 59.60
Proby, Miss (Ockham) 45. 28
Probyn,
"gentleman rider" at Epsom 44.18
Processions (St. Martha's Hill, etc.) 54.14-21
Prodomine (? Prudom), John 42.94
Professions see Occupations
Progers, Edw.,and Byfleet manor 45.71
Prosser,Hy., drawings by 56. 162
Protestation returns, 1641/2, for Surrey
59.35-68
Pruno, Prunino: Everard de 43. 102, 103

Prygeat, Alice 52.41

Ptolemaic bronze coins in Surrey 58.113


Pudidenne, Pudindenne: Gil.de 43.93, 99
Pudmore Pond see Elstead
Pugh, Thos., his dau. Mary, memorial to
(Ockham) 45.39
Puilles, Puileis, Puilla, PuLla, Pule see Poyle
Pullen: Ben.(Reigate) 59 53 Chas (Reigate)
.

59. 52; Erasmus (Reigate) 59. 50; Sam.


(Reigate) 59. 50; Wm. (Reigate) 59. 53
PulloxhUl (Poloxhill),Beds. 52.39
Pulteney, Wm.,Earl of Bath (Walton-on-

Thames) 39.73,74,101
Punter, Mr. (Guildford) 46.31
Puplett.Geof. (Chipstead) 59.42
Purberry Shot see Ewell
Purday,Thos. (Addington) 39.83
Purefoy, Purfrey, Parfew: Mich. 47.28;Rob.,
alias Warton, q.v.
Purford see Pyrford
Purley (in parishes of Coulsdon, Croydon and
Sanderstead) see Coulsdon

96

Purley, Berks., manor of 43. 54


Purley Way see Croydon
Purse, Wm. (Shere) 46.28,29
Purse-mounts, Saxon: Coulsdon 56. 136;

Mitcham

56. 117, illus.

Purses, iron, Saxon, Mitcham 56. 127


Purtey,Ph. 51.96
Purver: Dame (Cheam) 47.71; Fra. (Cheam)
47.82
Purvis, J. S., Hon. Archivist of S AS. 53.74,75;
Obituary Kalendar of the Dominican Friary
of Guildford 42. 90-9
Putney (Putteneth):
barn from P.Park re-erected at Brook
Farm, Cobham 60. 67; highwaymen on P.
Heath 46. 7; lands in 52. 47; military assessment for P. and Roehampton (1805) 52.61;
open field at 48. 135; registers: non-parochial
46. 124, parish 46. 121; Toland at 57.33-4;
trader's token 48.21, 28, 56, 41-2,44
church: brass in 40. 113; curate of see Burrow;
Glynne's notes on 55.103
places: Downshire Ho. 50.126; Putney Heath
46. 7; Putney Pk. 60. 67; the Robin Hood 46.7;
Roehampton (Rowhampton) 40.75, 52.61;
Roehampton Lane 50.126
Puttenham:
axes,tranchet 46.107, 109; barrows 42.31, 56,
60. 84; "Beggar Bush" on boundary with Wanborough 49. 114; earth-circles on P. Heath
42.28, 56, 54. 30, 33; enclosures 48. 144;
estate at (1235) 57. 81; manor of Shoelands
54.92, 57.82; meso. site at Hillbury 52.3;
parish registers 46.121; "Pilgrims' Way" in
44. 68, 75; Roman sites 53.21,57.42-71
passim Sarsen stone 57. 69; trader's tokens
48. 28, 29, 56. 42; visitation (1724-5) 39.98
church: and the "Pilgrims' Way" 44. 82; curate
of see Kery;Glynne's notes on 55.103;
rectors of see Bromley Swift; Sy ere; vicar
of see Martin, John
places: Bury HiU 44.82;Cutt Mill 46.107;
Frowsbury 42.31, 56; Great Down Field
60. 84; Hillbury 46.109,52.3,53.21,57.42-71
;

passim Hogs Back 42. 55-6. 60. 84; JoUy


;

Farmer 44. 82; Lascombe 57. 47, 60; Old


Rectory 57.49; Puttenham Heath 42. 28, 56,
44. 68, 54. 30, 33; Puttenham Priory 44.82;
Shoelands 39. 163, 44. 63, 67, 68; Totford
Hatch 44.68
Puyle see Poyle
Pycot, Pycote: Wm. (Kingston), his son Wm.,
steward of Chertsey Abbey 57. 83-4, 58. 69
Pye: fam.,arms of 55.24,25; Eliz., aft. w. of
John Donnington, q.v.
Pykard, John, M.P.for Guildford 39. 58
Pylbrook stream, Sutton 59. 71
Pyle see Poyle
Pyne,C.C, drawings of Guildford 47. 104
Pyper, Thos. (Kingston), taborer 44.105,129
Pyrford (Pirford. Purford):
barrow, possible 42.41;coUectors of tax in
1332 41.105, 106;E.IA.and Roman site on

Pyrford (Pirford, Purford) cont.


Monument Hill 59. 15-8; enclosures 48. 143;
manor 39.61; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; parish registers 46. 121; picture of by
F. Barlow 42.2; visitation (1724-5) 39.98
church: celure in 45.24w;a chapelry of Woking
(and Wisley ?) 39. 102; curates of see Robinson; Thatcher; Glynne's notes on 55. 104, in
relation to font 55. 67; incumbent of 45. 100;
reader of see Moser
places: Broad-Mead (Lake Sheerwater) 42.2;
Woodham Land Mound 42.41
Pysaunt, John, monk of Sheen, V. of Bexley, Kent

Dean

of

Bocking, etc. 47. 20

Quakers see Friends, Religious Society

of

Quartz pebbles on mesolithic site at Chiddingfold 41.68


Quartzite:

hammer-head

50. 137, illus.;

mace-

heads 45.141-2
Queen-post roofs see Roofs
"Queen's" river see Longford river
Queensberry, Duke of see Douglas
Quelch,Wm. (Gt.Bookham) 51.108
Quellere,Walt. 43.93
Quennell,Rob. (Guildford) 39.98
Querns: E.I.A.: Carshalton, saddle 49.68-71,
?7Zms., Hascombe, "beehive" 40.83, 93; E.I.A.
or Roman, Godalming, rotary 58. 21, 26;
Roman: Ewell 50. 22, Godalming area
57.45-6, 48-9, 65-8, />Zs., Walton-on-the-Hill
51.78
Quiddington, Quidington, Quiddinton, Quiddenton,
(Titsey) 59. 67;
Quidenton, Quittenton:
Alex.(Caterham) 59. 64; And. (Oxted) 59.62;
Chris. (Warlingham) 59. 67; John (Reigate)
59. 54; John (Tatsfield) 59. 66; Thos (Warling-

ham) 59.67
Quoy see Coy
Quoyse, Hy.(Crowhurst) 59.57
Rabbit warrens at Cobham 58.75-7
Raby and Mereton, Messrs., iron-masters
(Cobham) 58.62
Racing and race-horses: in S. AAA -23, pis.; on
Banstead Downs 59.71
Rackham, Bernard, Hon. Editor S A. .S 53 94;
An early Tudor ivall -painting at the Crown
Inn, Chiddingfold 48, 154-6; Farnham pottery
of the 16th century 52. 50-5;GZass found at
Sidney Wood,AlfordA8.156-l;The stained
glass of Guildford Guildhall 51.97-101;
review by 51. 155-6; see also Pointer, H.W.
and Rackham
,

Radcliff Mx. see Ratcliff


Radcliffe: Delme "gentleman rider" at Epsom
44. 18; Rich. (Isle of Man) 47.27;Wm.
(Dorking) 54.72
,

Raddams: John (Burstow) 59.39;Thos.(Burstow)


59.39
Radenulde,

Wm.de

43.95

Radmor,Pet.42.96
Radulphus see Ralph

Ragg, Rich. (Croydon), token of 56. 33


Raginold, Rainold: see Reginald

Rag-mill

at

Cobham

58. 63

Railways: Croydon and London 41. 129, 135;


London, Brighton and South Coast 59.72;
railway buildings (Sutton) 59.72,/>Z.
Raine, John (Lambeth), token of 56.39
Rains Barrow see Banstead
Rainsford, General 46. 54
Rakens, Edw. (Mortlake), waterman, token of

48.28,56.40
Raleigh, Rawleigh: Carey, M. P. for Haslemere
de Bishop of Winchester 46.71,
39 62
.

Wm

81,82,57.76, 80; Sir Wymund de 57.80


Ralph, Radulphus: Archdeacon of Hampshire
46. 72; Archdeacon of Winchester 46. 72; Dean
of Reading 43. 99; priest of Reigate 43 107
Ramsay: Alan, portrait by 42. 5; Jas.,R.of Sutton
39. 100; John, 1st Earl of Holdernesse, joint
Lord Lieutenant of S. 40.42, 54; John, alias
Bowlle, Prior of Merton 47. 20
Rand, Ralph, R. of Oxted 59. 62, 63
Randall, Randell, Randy 11: Sir Edw.(Chilworth),
his w.Ann, wee Morgan and son Vincent
46.31m; John (Godalming) token of 56.35;
John (Richmond), token of 56. 43; Rich. 51.96
Randalls, manor of see Leatherhead
.

Randolf, Randulf: fam., of Pachenesham


(Leatherhead) 55. 17;Gil.(Bookham) 55.17;
John (Leatherhead) 55. 11, 12, 17; Wm. 55. 12;
see also Ranulph
Ranfell.Hy. (Oxted) 59.62
Rankine,W. F., Hon. Editor, SA.S. 53. 94; contributions to S.A.S. publications 53.93,94;
excavates Roman site at Farnham 54.47;
notes on flints from Carshalton 49.71-3,
from Ewell 50.1 54 ;Bronze Age hone 47.90;
Bronze axe from Farnham 55.122;yl diorite

axe from Kingston 51. 141; The Farnham


Prehistoric Museum A7.88;Flint implement
from the brickearth overlying D terrace,
Farnham 50.13Z-A;Late Levallois point from
C Terrace, Farnham 50. 133; A macehead of
igneous rock from Ranmore 51.141;Mesolithic chipping floors in the wind-blown
deposits of West Surrey 50.1-8;Mesolithic
research in Surrey 52.1-10; Mesolithic site
at Farnham 44. 24-46; A neo.B sherd from
Badshot long-barrow site 47.90; Neolithic
axe from Westhumble 52. 80; Neolithic axe
from Milford 52. 80; Neolithic axe of sandstone

from Runfold, Farnham

50. 134-5;

neolithic axe of volcanic rock from Frensham 50. 135-6; A perforated implement of
diorite from Wisley Common 50. 138; A
polished flint axe from Titsey 51. 141; Slate
artefacts 47.88-9;Sorae paleoliths from the

terrace gravels 5A.l-9;Some


flints from West Surrey sites
49.6-19; Tranchet axes of South Western
Surrey 46.98-113
Ranmore Common 51. 105; macehead of quartz
found on 51. 141; on Rocque's map 40. 73

F rnham

remarkable

97

Ranulph, Wm. son of 43. 92; see also Randolf


Rapistagon, Raymond Pelegrini de, papal nuncio

46.95
Rapley,

Wm.,

alias

Rawley (Godalming) tokens


,

48.24,56.36

of

Rapp, John, of Basle, Switzerland, merchant


London, arms of (Battersea) 55.34
Rapson.John (Reigate) 59.52

of

Ratcliff (Radcliff), Mx. 52. 39


Ratcliff, Thos., alias Rokeley, q.v.
Rate book of Cheam, 1730-1753 47. 67-83

Ravensbury, manor of see Mite ham


Rawleigh see Raleigh
Rawley, Wm., alias Rapley, q. v.
Rawlins,
(Guildford) 46.33
Rawlinson: Colonel Sir Hy., Vice-President of
SA.S. 53. 13; Rich., and the publication of
Aubrey's Natural history and atitiquities of
Surrey 49. 125, 54. 124-33, his perambulation
of S. 54. 128-30. his bro. Thos. 54. 126, 128-33
Rayle,Rob. 42.97
Raymund, Fr. 42.91
Rayner: Alex., V. of Farnham 42. 11 5; Rob.
(Betchworth) 59. 36; see also Reyner
Reade. Read, Reed, Red: fam., arms of (Albury)
48. 82; Edm. 52. 45; Geo. 42. 96; John, notary

52. 46; John, skinner 52. 37; Rich. (Dorking)


54.72; see also Reid
Reader, Thos., R. of Titsey 39.101
Reading, Berks., Abbot of 43. 92; barn and close
in parish of St. Giles 51.95; Dean of see

Ralph
Reckoning-counter, med., Fetcham 60. 82
Records: S.A.S. collection of 53. 72-7; see also
Carteret-Webb Collection of deeds; Cartularies: Charters; Churchwarden's accounts;
Compotus; Fence lists; Manorial records;
Military assessments; Obituary Kalendar;
Parish registers; Protestation returns; Rate
book; Roll of the Tax of 1332; Visitation of S.
parishes (1724-5); Wills
Recruiting see Militia
Recusants, Saunder family as (Ewell) 54.93-4,
97
Reders see Rotherhithe
Redeswell: John de 43. 92; Nich.de 43.92
Redhill see Reigate
Redinge.Redyng: John (Croydon), alias Kedyng,
his will 41. 110, his w. Mary, nee Brandon,
their brass (Croydon) 41. 107, 110.pl.; Fr.

John 42.94
Redlands Wood see Holmwood
Redworthe, Rich., R. of Chelsham, Farleigh,
Carshalton and Warlingham 45. 109, 110
Reeve, Wm. (Reigate) 59.50
Regiments, Surrey 40. 48, 50
Reginald, Raginold, Rainold: the baker 43. 103;
of Hardwick juxta Ewyas 40. 29, 30, 37; son
of Erchembald (Send) 40. 24, 29, 30, 37; son
of Reyner (Camberwell) 43. 106; Erchembald
son of see Erchembald
Reid: fam., of Ewell Grove 45. 155-6; Sir John
Rae,Bt. 42.14,25,45.156, 51. 125. his w.
98

45. 156, 48. 14; Thos., Bt. 45. 156; see also

Reade
Reigate (Rigat, Reygate. Ryegate, Crecchesfeld):
(See also Buckland, a former detached part
of which parish is now incorporated in R.)
arms of 52.91-2;axe, neo. 55. 120; baron's
cave, myth of 44. 62; barrows on R. Heath
42.29.30, 52; bricks. ? med. 40. 122-3;
changes and developments in 46. 138; coach
on Reigate Hill 46. pi. I; crossbow (18th cent.)
60.88; enclosures 48. 148; flint, paleo.
45. 140; macehead 45. 142; manor, account of
(1300) 43. 119; M.P.s for 39. 54-64 passim,
57. 7. 14; meso. finds 41. 68-9. 52. 3. 9; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; on Rocque's
map 40.71, 77, 92; palstave, bronze 57.101;
"Pilgrims' Way" at 41.7,8,44.49.57,59-61;
pottery, Romano-British bowl 60.83-4;
Protestation returns 59. 50-4; racing at
44.23; registers: non-parochial 46.124,
parish 46. 121, Society of Friends 46. 121;
the tax of 1332 in 41. 101, 102, 103, 106. 108;
tithes of 43.86, 107. 46. 72; tradesman's card
48. 158; traders' tokens 56.42; visitation
(1724-5) 39.98
Augustinian Priory: dispossessed canons of
47. 24; dissolution 47. 12; granted to Lord
Wm. Howard 39. 59; grants of land on R. Hill
41. 24, 32, 33; lands in Mickleham 47.2-3,4.
50. 163; Prior of see Lymden; Wonham MiU,
Betchworth, a possession of 40. 120
church: brass of Rob. Aires 47. 24; chandelier
in 47. 42; chapel of St. Thomas 44.57,64m;
epitaphs in 43.39, 43, 45;Glynne's notes on
55. 104, in relation to font 55. 67; "Pilgrims'
Way" and 44. 57, 59-60; priest of see Ralph;
vicars of 39. 98, see also Bird; Hampton;
Norman; Skinner, Rich,
places: Angel Inn 46. 138; Batt's Hill 60.88;
Brokesfield 41. 33; Buckland Corner 41.69,
52.3;CoUey Farm 41.25; Colley Lane 41.25;

Earlswood Common 48. 148; Flanchford


39. 62; Ganders (Canters) Hole 40. 70; High
St.46.138:Holmesdale 52.92; Kingswood
Lane 41.33; Ladbroke Rd. 60.83; London Rd.
40. 122; Meadow Way 45. 141; New Turn Pike
Rd. 41. 32; Nutley Lane 44. 60; Old Town HaU
46. 138; Price's Lane 45. 141: RedhiU 60.83,

Common 41. 68-9, 48. 148; Reigate Castle 39. 62;R. Common 40. 77;R. Heath
41. 69; R. HU1 40. 77. 41. 24. 33; R. Priory
39.91. 98, see also above: "Silver St." 54.138;
Slipshoe St.40.122,44.60;Swan Inn 46.138;
Tunnel Rd. 46. 138; White Hart Hotel
88; Redhill

42.119-20. ;7^<;..46.52;Woodhatch 45.141.


46. 138; Wray (Rey) Common 41. 23, 32; Wray
(Rey) Hill 41. 32.
Reigate hundred: 39. 148; collectors of tax of

1332 in 41. 106


[Reigate] Reygate, John de 42.92

Reigate Turnpike Trust 59.77-9; records of


59.93
Relf, Jas., of the White Hart, Reigate 42. 119,

Relf,

Jas. cont.

his son Sam. 42. 119


Religion: Celtic Gods of Farley Heath 50.150-1;
head cult 60. 46-9; holy places 54.19-20

Religious houses: dispossessed monks of


47. 12-28; see also Bermondsey; Chertsey;
Clerkenwell (Mddx.);Esher: Sandon Hospital;
Farnham: Waverley; Guildford; Lewes (Sx.);
Merton; Reigate; Richmond; Send: Newark;
Shulbrede (Sx.);Southwark: St, Mary Overy;
Tandridge; Tooting; Windlesham
Remnant, John (Guildford), token of 56.37
Renn,D.F., The decoration of Guildford Castle
keep 55.4-6
Renvill,Rich.(Blechingley) 59.55
Repington.Chas.Hy. Wyndham a Court, his

monument in Ockham
Reredos, Ockham 45. 42

ch. 45.35

Rey (Wray) Common see Reigate


Reygate see Reigate
Reyner, Reg. son of (Camberwell) 43. 106; see
also Rayner
Reynes,fam.,arms

of (Albury) 48.82,84-6,
pedigree 48.85
Reynolds, Sir Joshua 46.46
Rhodes, coin of (Cobham) 44. 139
Rhodes, Roades: Geo. (Reigate) 59. 51; Rich.
(Reigate) 59.51
Rice,Ryce: Mr., lord of the manor of Tooting,
fl. 1781 46.49, 51; Eleanor 51.90, 91;Geo.
(Nuffield) 59.49;Hy. 51.91; Morgan (Tooting
Graveney),./7.1777 47.44;Rich.51.90,91;
Thos. 51.90, 91; see also Rise
Rich: Edm., Archbishop of Canterbury 57.76;
Edw.,M.P.for Blechingley 39. 60; Lady Mary,
aft. 1st w.of Hy., 1st Viscount St. John, q.v.
Richard n, King, and Byfleet Manor 45. 57, 58, 61
Richard: the clerk 43.95; of Ilchester, Bishop of
Winchester see Toclive; of Tonbridge, lands
of 47 2 4 54 64 parson of Charlwood 43 8 8
Prior of Newark 40. 38
Richards, Richardes: John (Chippenham), clerk
46. 92; John (Ewell) 54.121,123
Richardson: Ant. (Blechingley) 59. 56; Ben., of
,

Bassishaw 39.

87; Edw. (Reigate) 59. 53; Geo.


(Horley) 59. 44; John (Reigate) 59.50, 52, 53;
Jos., R. of Hambledon and Dunsfold 39. 93, 94,
his son Jos. 39.93; Malachi (Blechingley)
59. 54; Mich. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Nich. (Chaldon)
39. 87; Thos. (Blechingley) 59. 56; W. (London)

57.24
Richbell: Geo. (Epsom), yeoman 57. 24; Ph.
(Reigate) 59.52
Richmond (Shene, Sheen):

common, enclosures and

S A. S. early meeting at Cavalry College


53. 15; the tax of 1332 in 41. 102; traders'
tokens 48. 18, 28-9, 56.42-3; visitation
(1724-5) 39.98
Carthusian Priory: bequests to 47.28, 52.42;
dispossessed monks of 47. 19-20; The Laye
Bretherns Statutes 39. 112-43; Prior of see

Man
church: chandeliers in 47.43; curate of see
Brady; epitaph in 43. 43;
Friary of Observant Franciscans: dissolution

47.26
places: Cavalry College 53. 15, pi.; Richmond
Bridge 40.69, 74; Richmond Park see below;
Sheen, West 40. 73, 48. 132; Sheen Common

48.137
Richmond, Earl

of

see John Plantagenet

Richmond Park: arrowhead from 58.111;

Reveillon, of Paris, wallpaper maker 52. 56-9


Revell, Jas. (Streatham), will of 52.41

field

system

48. 132, 137, 142; Corps of Militia 40. 50;


Keeper of the Wardrobe at see Vincent; the
Kyngham game at 44. 127; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; registers: non-parochial
46. 124, parish 46. 121, Roman Catholic
46.121; roads in, on Rocque 's map 40 73
.

common rights 48. 137; enclosure of land for


39.45; Henry VIH Mount 42.31, 32, 34; hunting
in 43. 3-5, 12, 13; Oliver's Mount 42. 34; Saxon
loom-weight found 56. 144; terracotta ring
53.62
Richmond upon Thames, London Borough of see
Barnes; Ham; Kew; Mortlake; Petersham;
Richmond; Teddington; Twickenham
Rickerd,Wm. (Reigate) 59.52
Ricketts.John (Oxted) 59.63
Riddlesdown see Coulsdon
Rider, Skinner (Reigate) 59.50
Ridge, John (Reigate) 59. 52; see also Rigge
Ridgeways see Roads: Pre-Roman trackways
and ridgeways
Ridgwyke [= Rudgwick?], Sx.51.95
Ridley, Ridly, Rev. J. (Ockley) 48. 63; his w.
Eliz.,nee Steere, aft. (2) w.of Jas. Scarlett,
1st Baron Abinger, q.v.; John (Oxted) 59.62;

John (Sutton) 59. 75; Rob. (Nuffield) 59.49


Rigat see Reigate
Rigge, Ambrose 45.158;see also Ridge
Right, Ellenor (Egham), token of 56.34
Riley, Ryley: Edw., parson of St. Andrew Under
shaft, London 47. 28; John, builder of Ashley
House, Epsom 51.118
Rilinton ( ?Hillington), Norfolk, church 43. 99
Rings:
Saxon: Ewell, silver 56. 139; Guildford, silver
56. 141; Mitcham, iron and wire 56. 127
finger: Roman: Lingfield, gold 41. 90; Saxon:
Ewell, bronze 43. 27, illus., silver 43.27,
illus.; Guildford, silver and bronze 39.22
ornamental: Saxon: Croydon 56. 138; Ewell,
silver 56. 139; Guildford, silvered bronze
39.23
Ripley:
(See also Send, in which
cluded)

R.was formerly

in-

axe -hammer, perforated 52. 80-2; bill-head


from Talbot Inn 53.pl.XhUl; enclosures
48. 144; manor 40. 2, 50. 166; parish registers
46. 122; spear head, Saxon 52.82,56.144;
trader's token 48.29, 56. 43; Ripley and
Knaphill Harriers 42.14

99

Ripleycont.
chapel: 40. 31, 32; curates of see Blundell;
dedication of 50. 166-7; Hussey drawing of

49.127
places: Papercourt Farm 52. 80; Ripley Ho.
45. 26; Talbot Inn 53.pZ.XLni
Ripley, Rippele: Rich.de, Master of Sandon
Hospital 57.77,84
Ripon, Dean of see Waddilove; See of, arms of
48.73
Risby (Rysby), Lines., lands in 43. 56
Rise, Hy. (Rotherhithe), token of 48. 30, 56.45;
see also Rice
Riste, Arthur (Blechingley) 59.55
Ristune, Norfolk, church 43. 99
Rithe, Marlion (Chipstead) 59.41

Rither.Hy. 51.96
River gravels see Gravels
Rivers, Augustus Hy. L. F. Pitt-see Pitt-Rivers
Rivet, A.L.F.,his Town and country in Roman
Britain, reviewed 56.163
Roades see Rhodes
Roads:
ancient, principles of establishing 41. 6-7;
in

Surrey 46. 1-9, pi.

Pre-Roman trackways and ridgeways: Albury:


Farley Heath 48. 37; Greensand ridgeway
57. 74, 58. 102; the Harrow Way (Harroway)
39. 3, 41. 13, 44. 53, 78, 52. 29; the North Downs
main trackways, duplication on high and low
ground 52. 29-31; North Downs ridgeway
57. 74, 58. 102; "Pilgrims' Way": from Shere
to Titsey, as traced by public records and
remains 41. 1-33, illus., its supposed pilgrim
use 44.47-83, on Rocque's map 40. 73, relationship to other east-west trackways
52. 29-30, at Mickleham 47. 5, 6, at Titsey
44. 95; relationship with early boundaries
49.47-8; Sanderstead 58. 41 -2; to Sussex
ironfields (Titsey. Limpsfield. Lingfield)

49.20-55 passim; see also Field systems


Roman: at Albury, alleged 50. 147-9; at Ashtead
Common 42. 79, see also below LondonChichester; at Ewell: Cuddington Court Farm
47.98-9,Purberry Shot 50. 12-13, Church St.,
disputed 43.34, see also below: LondonChichester; at Lambeth Palace, possible
43. 78-80; at Limpsfield, Red Lane, possible
49. 54, see also below London-Lewes;
Chiddingfold-Burningfold, "High St." 40.93;

London-Canterbury

43. 67, 72, 83;

London-

Chichester (Stane St.): new material on the


course of 42. 11-25, maps, at Ashtead 51. 14751, at

Clapham

45. 128, 50. 151-2, 59. 4-5,

8,

Dorking, north of 55. 1-3, a correction 56. 1-2,

Epsom 43. 34-5. 44. 146-7, pi., at Ewell


43. 22, 29-34, 44. 143-6, illus., 50. 9, at Holmat

wood, section cleared in Redlands Wood


43. 116-7.44. 140-3./)Z.,53./>Z.Xin, at Mickleham, crossing of Mole 45. 146, at Ockley
49. 106-7, at Southwark 52.80; London-Lewes:
Addington to Ashdown Forest 40.97-106. at
Limpsfield 57. 73, London to West Wickham
100

A3. 61-83, illus., at Titsey 43.115-6,


44.84-101 passim, at West Wickham 47.98;

London-Portslade: Croydon to Felbridge


45. 116-39, a correction 46. 125-8, at Norbury,
incl.ford of R.Graveney 59. 88-9, at Streatham 59. 5; Rowhook- Farley Heath 45. 74, 76,

87-8,46.17,48.37
Saxon: Coulsdon, possible 50.62-4
Med.: Albury 50. 149, 58.93, 101-2;

Bookham
Fetcham 50. 158; Leatherhead to Epsom
Downs 43.35; near Nonsuch Palace 42.118
18th cent.: Cheam 47. 67; London to Brighton
to

46.3-5
18th-19th cent.: London-Exeter 46. 7; LondonPortsmouth 46. 2, 5, 6; turnpike in Sutton
district 59.77-9; see also ToUs; Turnpikes
Roald see Ruald
Roan, Rob. (Chaldon) 39.88
Roase, Jasper (Lambeth), tokens of 56.40
Robert: the chaplain 43. 92; decanus 43. 103; of
Ewyas 40. 29, 32; of Kent, parson of Essendon,
Herts. 43.91; son of Baldwin 43. 92; son of

Simon 43.100
Roberts, Robertes: H. V.Molesworth, his
Historical guide to St. Mary 's Church,
Beddington, reviewed 40. 132; his Historical
guide to the church of the Holy Trinity and
the parish of Wallington, reviewed 45. 162-3,
his St. John's Church, Wotton, reviewed
58. 119; Hy., tithing man of Ockley 49. 124;
Percival (Tandridge) 59. 63; R A., Secretary
of Public Record Office 53.91,97
Robertsbridge Abbey, Sx. 43. 107

Robin Hood game (Kingston) 44. 103, 104, 105,


106,107,115,117,121-7
Robin Hood Society 46. 31 36
Robinson, Robynson:
(Betchworth) 59.37;
D.J.,and Cooke, R.U., Lime-kilns in Surrey
59. 19-26; John, V. of Send, Curate of Pyrford
and R. of Wisley 39. 98, 99. 102; Rob.
(Charlwood) 59.40; Thos. (Kingston) 44.104;
W.P., designer of fourth Hampton Court
bridge 58.83
Robo, Etienne, The pre -Reformation vicars of
Farnham 42. 115-6, his Medieval Farnham,
reviewed 44. 156-8, his H'a^es and prices in

the

Hundred of Farnham

in the 13th century,

reviewed 42.133-4
Roche: John 42.92; John, V. of Farnham 42.116
Roches: Luke des, Archdeacon of S., Archbishop
of Dublin, Dean of St. Martin le Grand
46. 75-83; Peter des. Bishop of Winchester
46.71,75,80.81,57.80,82
Rochester, Kent, Bishop of see Atterbury
Rock, Pierre, brass founder 47.45

Rock

crystal, ( ?) spindle whorls, Saxon, Guildford 39. 24, 56. 141


Rocque, John, his map of Surrey, date of publication 40.65-77, 2nd edition 41. 127-8
Roderhethe see Rotherhithe
Rodney. Capt. (Walton-on-Thames) 39. 101
Roe, Thos. (Streatham) 59.6
Roehampton see Putney

Roffes Lane see Caterham


Roffey,Roffy: Edm.(Horne) 59.57;Jas.
(Burstow) 59. 39; John (Chipstead) 59.42;
Jos.(Chipstead) 48.42;Nich.(Horne) 59.57;
Rich (Chipstead) 59 42 Win (Crowhurst)
.

59.57;Wm.(Nutfield) 59.49
Roger, ducis, his son Roger, clerk 43.94
Roger, Rogere: Ben. (Mickleham), racehorse
owner 44. 7; John (Preston, Gt. Bookham)
51. 108; Rich. (Gt Bookham) 51.106;Thos.
52.48
Rogers:
his w.,dau.of Sir Rich. Weston
52. 44; Barbara, her tomb (Ewell) 48. 15; Sir
Edw. 39. 66; Eliz. (Chester) 47. 27; Gab.
(Bermondsey), bricklayer, builder of Hampton
Court Bridge 58. 66, 67; H. Mordaunt, Hon.
Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 36; Geof. (Caterham)
59. 65; Hy. (EweU) 54. 108, 109, 122; John
(Blechingley) 59.55, 56;Capt.John (Mickleham: The Old House) 45. 153; John (Tooting
Graveney) 47.44; Marg. (EweU) 54.109,110,
117, 122; Rich. 52.44; Rob. (EweU) 54.109;
Rob. (Reigate) 59. 53, 55; Ste. (Crowhurst)
.

59. 56;

Prebendary Wm.of

St.

Botolph's,

Bishopsgate (Mickleham) 45.153;Wm.


(Oxted) 59. 62

Roke,Rokes: Math.(Cheam) 47.81; Thos.


(Cheam), carpenter 47. 69, 82; Thos. (Cheam),
labourer 47. 69, 82; Wm., monk of Chertsey,
V. of Hurley, Berks 47. 15
Rokeley, Thos., alias Ratcliff, monk of Bermondsey 47.17
Roker, Rooker: Miss (GuUdford) 46.33; Hy.
(Burstow) 59. 39; Rich. (Burstow) 59.39;
Rich. (Reigate) 59. 52; Rob. (Chipstead) 59.41;
Thos. (Nuffield) 59.49
RoUe, John, monk of Chertsey, Curate of North
Church, Herts., R. of MiUbrook, Beds 47.14
RoUe: Chris. (Dorking) 54.71, 72; Geo. (Dorking)
54.71,72
RoUing, RoUyng: Hy.de 43.88, 108
Rolston, G.R.,his Haslemere in history.
reviewed 56. 163-4
Rolvenden, Kent, 43 53 52 89
.

Roman:
bridge, disproved at Burford, Mickleham
45. 146; buildings, polychrome masonry in
55. 5; industrial organization 45. 74-5; lamp
chimneys, A shtead and other sites 42.61-6,
illus.; objects in Saxon graves 56. 74, 75, 103,
109, 110, 114, 115, 127; roads, surveying for
42.17-21,25, see also Roads: Roman;
Romano-British farms south of the Hog's
Back 57.42-71, illus.; settlement pattern in
West Surrey 57. 71; settlements on Old
(PUgrims') Way 41. 3, 6, 10, 12, 13; snaU in
Surrey 46. 130; statuette helmet, probable

59.89

pottery, tiles, etc. 42. 77-84, illus., viUa, finds


from in Guildford Museum 53. 71, finds
illustrated 53 ./>/s.XXDC-XXXI, pottery from
41 97-8, illus Beddington, bath-building, reinvestigated 60.37-44, illus.; Betchworth, Box
Hill sandpit, pottery from 49. 110-1; Byfleet,
.

.;

small occupation site, rubbish pits, pottery


46. 131-6, illus.; Caterham: WhitehiU,
suggestion of R. camp 41. 19; Chiddingfold,
villa, finds from 53. 65; Cobham, bath-house,
excavated 50.73-98, illus.; Compton, villa,
finds from, in GuUdford Museum 53.67;
Coulsdon, possible Romano-British vUlage
50. 56-9; Cranleigh, brickworks, excavated
44 147, 45. 74 -95, illus.; Ewell: Cuddington
Ct. Farm, flue tiles, pottery, road 47. 98-9,
Ewell Ho 41 1 22 ditch excavated 42.113,
43.17-28 passim, illus., Purberry Shot,
excavated 50.9-46, illus.; Farnham: aqueduct,
bath-house, hypocaust, excavated 54. 47-57,
illus., Alice Holt Forest, kiln-mound
60.19-36, ?7Zws.,TUford, kilns 51.29-56,
illus .; Godalming: Charterhouse: cemetery
51. 9-28, illus., ditch and pit excavated
58. 21-34, illus.; Haslemere, cemetery
51.2-9,11-28, illus.; Lambeth Palace, finds,
possibly road 43. 78-80; Mickleham, pottery,
quern 49. 104-6, illus.; Mitcham, sites near
Saxon cemetery 56.51-2;Ockley: Eversheds,
vUla 44. 149;Sanderstead: Atwood School,
farmstead 58. 113, Kings Wood, enclosure,
huts, burials, excavated 58. 35-46, illus.;
Seale, misc. finds 48. 117;Shere: GomshaU,
misc. finds 44. 152; Titsey, temple 44.84-101,
illus.; Walton-on-the-Hill: Heath, villa,
excavations on site of 51. 59-63, illus.,
Sandilands Rd., villa, excavations of 1948-9
51. 65-81, illus.; Woking: Monument HU1,
E.I.A.and Romano-British finds 59.15-8;
Woodmansterne, pit with pottery, bones, etc.
48. 152-4; Worplesdon, pottery from site of
vUla 49. 108-9, illus.
See also Aqueducts; Beads; Beehives; Brickworks; Brooches; Bucket mounts; Burials;
Cemeteries; Coffins; Coins; Field systems;
Keys; Kilns; Knives; Linen pin; Mainicure set;
MeaUng stones; Mortar, building; Mortars,
stone; Ovens; Ox goad; Pins; Pottery; Querns;
Rings; Roads; Saddle; Shears; Stylus; Temples;
Tesserae; Tiles; Tweezers; Wells; Whetstones
.

Roman

Catholics: in Dorking 55. 50, 51, 56; in


Surrey parishes, 1725 39.82-103 passim;

registers 46. 117, 121, 123

Romano-British see Roman


Rood-screen, panels used as pew ends, Ockham
45.17-8
Roof bosses: Godalming ch. 50. 164-5, pis.;

75, 88-9, 46. 129, 50. 150-1, excavations 1939 48. 31 -40, pis., Martin Tupper and

Ockham ch. 45.22-4, illus.


Roofs: Ditton, Thames, queen post type 59.32,
/>Z.;Ewhurst ch. 42. 106; Ockham ch. 45. 22-4;
Thursley ch., Saxon and med., 39. 109-11,

from 42.67-76;
Ashtead: near ch., ditch, foundation trenches,

Rooker see Roker

sites: Albury:

Farley Heath, Romano -Celtic

temple 45.

46. 10-25, illus., pottery

illus.

101

Rookesley (Roxley, Ruxley) see Ewell


Rookwood,fam.,arms of (Albury) 48.90
Rooper, John, King's attorney 51.88
Roots, Dr. Wm., a founder of the SA.S. Library
53.46,57
Roper, Eliz., granddau. of Sir Thos. More, aft w.
of Sir Edw. Bray, q.v.
Rophew, John (Betchworth) 59.37
Rose: Geo. (Dorking) 54.73; John, canon of
.

47. 23; Rich. (Reigate) 59. 52; Wm.


(London), tallow chandler, his widow Hannah
and dau. Eliz. 54. 73; Wm. (Reigate) 59.51;
Wm.,R.of Wotton 39. 103; see also Roase
Rosebery, Lord see Primrose
Roser's Cross, Sx. 40. 105
Roskell, J.S., Sir John Wood of Molesey,
Speaker in the Parliament of 1483 56. 15-28
Ross, Alex., of Weston Manor Farm, Thames
Ditton 59. 33
Rosyar.Ste. (Kingston) 44.123,124
Rothercombe see Meon, East (Hants.)
Rotherhithe (Roderhethe.Redere):
military assessment (1805) 52. 62; parish
registers 46. 121; traders' tokens 48.18,29,
56.44-6; visitation (1724-5) 39.98
church: chandeliers in 47.43; rectors of see
Lovell; Martin; Warmothe
places: Love Lane 48.29;Ship Inn 48.30

Newark

Rothes, Earl of see Evelyn-Leslie


Rothwell, Rich., his dau. Susanna, aft. w. of Hy.
Pounsett, q.v.
Rothynge, Wm.de, bailiff of By fleet manor
45.51
Roubillac Roubiliac L.F., sculptor, monument
by.Battersea ch. 55.35, Walton-on-Thames
ch. 55.112
Roulon, Mr. (Wandsworth), preacher 39. 101
Round: Edw.(Charlwood) 59.40, 41; John
(Horley) 59.45;Rich.(Charlwood) 59.40
Round Butt see Ash
Routh.Rich. (Epsom) 39.91
Rouzier, Capt. (Abinger) 39. 83
Rowden, Ph., of Bourne Hall, Ewell 51. 126, his
tomb 48.15
Rowed, Mich. (Woldingham) 59. 68
Rowfant Mill see Worth, Sx.
Rowhampton (Roehampton) see Putney
Rowland, John (Lingfield) 59.59
Rowley: Ant. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Ant. (Leigh)
59.45
Rowlis, John (Great Bookham) 51. 108
Roxburgh, Duke of see Ker
Royal Buck Hounds 43.4, 5
Royal Hare Warren (Banstead) 59.71
Royl see Abergwili (Carm.)
Royse, Joan 42.94
Ruald, Roald, de Calna (Calva) see Calna
Ruby, A. T., excavations by 54. 135; The Manor
of Pachenesham, Leatherhead 55. 7-17; Alex.
(Cobham) 58.62
Ruck, John, of Sutton Ct., Sutton 59. 70
Ruckinge, Kent, tithes of 46. 93
Rude, John de la 57.78; see also Cross; Cruce
,

102

Rudgwick (Ridgwyke),Sx. 51.95


Rudham (?Midham): Rich.de, "lord of Compton"
42.96
Rudings, Mr. [i.e. Rogers Ruding] 46.52, 55
Rufinol,Pet.43.102
Rugys, Wm.,monk of Chertsey and curate at
Midgham, Berks. 47. 15
Rukkenham, Thos. (Coulsdon) 52. 35
Rumbold, Thos. M. P. 58. 58
Rummings, John (Buckland) 59. 38
Rundall, John, Curate of Ockley 39. 97
Runfold see Farnham
Runnvil,Sir Edm. (Streatham) 52.34
Runnymede see Egham
Rupert, Count Palatine of the Rhine, 1st Duke of
Cumberland, Lord- Lieutenant of S.40. 42, 54
Rupibus, Pet. de, Bishop of Winchester 43. 91,
101,102
Ruscombe, Berks prebend of 46. 77
Rush, Mr. (Streatham) 59. 4
Rush Common see Lambeth
RusheU, Jas. (Putney), token of 56. 42
Rushet Common see Chessington
Rushley.Wm. (Rotherhithe), miller, token of
56.46
Rusper, Sx., Prioress of 57. 84; see also Croyroys
Russell, Russel:
(Kingston) 44. 122; Mr.
(Guildford) 46 41 42; Mr ., Curate of Wapping,
Prebendary of Peterborough 39. 100; Mrs.,
patron of Caterham 39. 87; Fra., 5th Duke of
Bedford, and racing in S.44. 22, lands at
Streatham 48. 41 59. 2- 3; G. W. and J. publishers, Gz<z7rf/brd: a description, woodcuts from,
reproduced 47. 104-7; Geo., Master of Abbot's
Hospital, Guildford 53. 78; John, 6th Duke of
Bedford, lands at Streatham 59. 13; John, 1st
Earl of Bedford 52. 44; John,/Z. 1286 43. 87;
John, Mayor of Guildford 47. 104; John, R.A.
47. 104, portraits by 42. 6-7; Rich. 58. 69;
Thos., priest 52. 48; Thos. (Sutton) 59. 76;
Wriothesley, 3rd Duke of Bedford, owner of
.

West Cheam manor

47. 68, 72, 81, resident

Streatham 39.100
Rutherwyk John de, Abbot
59,59.75
in

Rutlish,

Wm. (Merton)

of

Chertsey 58.47, 51,

39. 96

Rutson,Mrs.,and Byfleet Ho.

45. 73, 50. 104


Ruxley, manor of see Ewell
Ryall: Dan. (Dorking) 54. 73; J. (London), victualler 57.40; Thos., and Pachenesham manor,

Leatherhead 55. 14
Rycardy,John 42. 95
Ryce see Rice

Wm

Rycheford,
42. 93
Ryde, Kenneth, Beulah Spa 46. 136-7
Rydon, Isabel, aft. w.of Oliver St. John, 1st Viscount Grandison, q.v.
Ryecard, John, V.of Farnham 42.116
Rygate (Ryegate) see Reigate
Rylbery (or Kylbery), Wm., monk of Sheen 47. 20
Ryley see Riley
Rympynden, John, and Pachenesham manor,
.

Ry mpynden cont

Baron Tregoze,d. 1630, lord of the manor of


Battersea 52. 70, 72, his monument (Battersea)
55. 36, his w.Isobel, nee Rydon 55. 36; Rog.

Leatherhead 55. 14
Rypon, John, will of 51. 93, his w. Agnes and dau.

Marg.51.93
Rysbrach, sculptor, effigy of 1st Baron King
Ockham ch.45.38
Ryson,Thos.,V.of Egham 39.91

in

54. 61; Sir Walt .( Battersea) 39.84


John, Lord see Paulet
St. John of Jerusalem, Knights of, property in

St.

Dorking 54.71,72,73
Keverne, Cornwall 43. 55
St.Leger,Thos., Constable of Farnham Castle
57.89
St. Leonards, Lord (Long Ditton) 57. 103
St.

S.,

A. T., review by 51. 158

Sacker,Mr.46.46
Sackville, Sackvile, Sakvile, Sakfyld: Mr., and
Polesden Lacy 47. 4; Edw. (Dorking) 54. 72,
73;Eliz.,or Isabel, Prioress of Clerkenwell
52.42,43; Jordan de,his w. Ela, and Leigham
manor (Tooting) 51. 86; Sir Rich., his will
52. 43, his w. Winifred, ne'e Bruges, aft. w. of
John Paulet, Lord St. John, q.v.
Saddle: Roman pack saddle, Mickleham 46. 130,
illus.

Sadler: Alf., huntsman 43. 12, 15; Edwin 43. 12;

Jas.,M.F.H.43.11,12;Thos.,huntsman43.12;
Wm.,M.F.H.43. 11,12
Saghe Walt de la 43 93 94
St. Albans, Herts, Verulamium, Ashtead flue-tile
found at 43. 117- 8; lamp-chimney 42.61,63,
65,66
St. Albans, Earls of see Burgh; Jermyn
St. Andre, Mr., King's Surgeon 40. 44
St. Anne's Hill see Weybridge
St. Asaph, Bishop of see Tanner; Warton, a//s
Purefoy, Rob.
St. Catherine's Chapel and Hill see Artington
St. David's, Pembroke, Bishop of see Gilbert,
John
St. Fide, Gil., his w. Alice, formerly w.of Ruald
,

St.

Martha's:
(See also Guildford, with which parts of St. M.
are now incorporated)
arrowheads from Blackheath58. 110, 111; axe,
tranchet,from Tyting 46. 112; earthworks in
area 42. 28, 56, 57 see also below St. Martha's
Hill; flint implements 54. 35- 7; land at
57. 81-2; manor of Chilworth 46. 31>z; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61; paper-mills 46. 34;
parish registers 46. 121; "Pilgrims' Way"
and 44. 52. 62-4, 68-9, 82- 3; pottery 54. 37-42,
Saxon 56. 142; powder-mills at Chilworth, and
Woodroffe family 59. 90; Roman cremation
cemetery near Tyting Farm 56. 142; Saxon
and prehistoric finds 56. 142-3; visitation
(1724-5) 39. 88; Wm. Bray at Chilworth 46. 34
church: curate of see Bannister; Hussey drawings of 49. 127; Notes on the history of Saint
Martha's, the rectory and advowson of the
church.by O.M. Heath, reviewed 41 132- 3;

St.

Saxon origins 56. 142;

Morgan

George's Fields see Southwark


St. George's Hill see Walton- on- Thames
St. John: fam.,arms of (Battersea) 52.70-9
passim, 55. 35, 36, pedigrees 52. 71, 78, and
correction 55. 40; Fred., 2nd Viscount Bolingbroke40. 68;Hy.,lst Viscount St. John 39.84,
102,55, 35, 36, 37, his 1st w. Lady Mary Rich
55. 35, his 2nd w. Angelica Magdalen, nee
Pelissary, her memorial (Battersea) 55.35;
Hy., 1st Viscount Bolingbroke,arms of (Battersea) 52. 70, 72, 55. 35, and his w. Marie
Claire, dau. of Armand, Seigneur de MarciUy,
tomb of (Battersea) 55. 35; Sir Hy. and Lady,
fl. 1786 46. 51 Hy. (Sander stead), fl. 1724
39. 98; Holies, arms of (Battersea) 55.37;Sir
John and his w.Jane,ee Iwardby 52. 71,
55. 40, his son John 55. 40; John fl. 1522, and
St.

manor of Hatfield Peverell, Essex 52. 35; Sir


John, 1st Bt.,d. 1648, lord of the manor of
Battersea, window in ch. commemorating his
succession 52. 70-7, his 1st w. Anne, nee
Leighton 52. 76, his 2nd w.Marg.,ce Whitmore 52.76;Nich.and his w.Eliz.,H<?e Blount
52. 71, 55. 40; Oliver, 1st Viscount Grandison,

16;tomb

of

Wm.

46. 31n

Martha's Hill (Martyrhill, Momartre):


oven site 43. 113-5; The earth circles
on St. Martha's Hill, folk-lore and customs,
archaeological description, neighbouring
finds and sites 54. 10-46; sacred site and

St.

E.I. A.

de Maubanc 40. 33
George: fam.,arms of (Battersea) 52.73;
Rich., Clarenceux King of Arms 52. 76, his
son Sir Hy ., Garter King of Arms 52. 76

site 54.

origin of name 41. 132, 54. 16n, 56. 142


other places: Bent (Ben) Piece 54. 14, 15; Blackheath 54. 37, 58. 110, 111; Chilworth Manor
44. 69; Halfpenny Lane 54. 14; Tyting 39. 88,
42. 28, 56, 57, 46. 112, 54. 35,37, 56. 142
St.Mauro,St. Mario see Seymour

Maxenc', Wm.de 43.101


Michael: fam. (Cuddington) 58. 3; Lawr. alias
Codington 51. 131; Wm. de,and manor of Cuddington 51.131
St. Neot's, Hunts., prior and convent of 46.76
St.Omer: Hugh de, lands in Leatherhead 55. 7;
Wm. de (Ockham) 60. 56, 61, surveyor of game
at Byfleet Pk.45.57
St Osyth, Essex, parsonage of 51 95
St.Pancras Priory see Lewes
St. Thomas's Hospital see Southwark
Saker: R. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Wm. (Betchworth)
59.36
Sakvile, Sakfyld see Sackville

St.

St.

Sale: Hy., servant

47.27;Wm.de

la (Kingston)

43.88
Saling, John,a/z'fls

Greenwood, canon

of

Merton,

(?) R. of Polstead Suffolk 47.22


Salington, John 42. 97

103

Salisbury: Bishop of see Ayscough; Bingham;


Waltham; Cathedral, prebends of Burbage
and Major Pars Altaris 46. 81, 86

(Sutton),//. 1755 59.77


Saperton.Sapurton: John, and Byfleet Pk.45.60,

Salisbury, fam., arms of (Battersea) 55.39


Sallay Abbey, Yorks. 57. 78, 79, 80

Sarcen stone: found naturally at Chobham and


Netley Heath, and used for implements 57. 69,
70;Ockham 45.5

.friend of Wm. Bray 46. 55; Chas.


Salter:
(Kingston), token of 56. 38; John (Weybridge)
39. 102; Rich. (Leigh) 59. 46
Saltwood, Kent, benefice of 46. 93

Sambourne, Thos.,his w.Joan, nie Polsted


51.95

Hatchford 59. 92
Sancto, Rich.de, papal chaplain 46. 84
Sfancto] Cirico, Gerald de.V.of Farnham
42.115
Sancto Leoff ardo Geof de Archdeacon of S.
46.86-7
Sancto Romano, Arcaldus de 43. 100
Sandby, Thos., architect of Norbury Pk.47. 110
Sander, Sanders see Saunder
Sanderstead (Saunderstead):
,

axe, meso. from 60. 82; barrow 49. 98; cemetary, Saxon 56. 144, 156; E.I.A.and Roman site
at Atwood School 58. 112- 3; field system
48. 132; military

assessment (1805)

52. 61;

parish registers 46. 122; pottery, RomanoBritish 49. 112-3, 58. 35, 42; Romano- British
settlement, excavated 58. 35-46; Saxon strapend 58. 114; visitation (1724-5) 39.98
church: brass of Hy. Polsted 51. 95; Glynne's
notes on 55. 105, in relation to font 55. 67;
monument in 43. 48; rectors of see Hewett;
Philips
places: Atwood School 58. 112,

Croham Hurst

49. 46, 98; Kings Wood 58. 35; Purley Downs


Rd. 60. 82; Sanderstead Ct. 39. 102, 58. 35, 42;

Selsdon Pk.49.46.49;Selsdon Rd.49. 46; Went-

Way 49.112

Sandes, Sandis see Sandys


Sandford.Sondford: Alina de,aft.w.of Rob.de
Wateville (II), q.v.; Gil.de 57. 83, John 51.88;
Nich.de 57.83
[Sandon] Sandune: Luke de, land in Leatherhead
55.8
Sandon Hospital see Esher
Sandown Park see Esher
Sandstone axe 50. 135-6
Sandys, Sandis, Sandes: fam., arms of (Ashtead)
48. 110, (Barnes) 50. 126; Pet., his w. Eliz.,
her memorial in Ashtead ch.48. 110; Rich.,
M.P.for Gatton 39. 61; Rob., lands in Guildford 51. 94; Thos., M. P. for Gatton 39.61;
Thos.(Reigate) 59. 50; Wm., his w. Philadelphia, aft. (2) w.of Wm.Duncombe q.v.; see
also Maubanc,Ruald,fl//as de Sandes; Send
Sandys, Baroness see Downshire
Sankey, Col. Jerome, M.P.for Reigate 39.64
Sanxay.Sanxey: Dr., headmaster of Cheam
School,/?. 1718 47. 69; Mrs. 47. 81; Rev.
104

Sarlle see Searle


Sarney, Isabella 42. 93
Sass.H.W., Hon. Secretary of S.A.S.53. 14, 35
Saucer brooches see Brooches: Saxon
Saunder Saunders, Sawnders, Sander, Sanders:
fam. (Alton Pane ras, Dorset) 54. 93, (Charlwood), arms of 55. 75, (Ewell) 54. 76-101, pedigrees 54. 101, 104;- (Reigate) 59. 50; Agnes,
aft. w.of Rich. Keys q.v. Anne, aft.w. of Hy.
Whitney, q.v. Carew 54. 100; Cath.,a/7. (1)
w.of Edm.Kervill, (2) w.of John Spelman,(3)
w.of Sir Miles Corbet, q.v. ;Chris. (Horley)
,

Samers, manor of see Ashtead


Samian ware see Pottery: Roman, passim
Sampson: Master 43. 107; John (Horley) 59. 44
Samuelson,Sir Bernhard,his mausoleum at

worth

61

59.44;Edm.(Burstow)

59. 38;

Edm. (Egham)

47. 27; Edm. (Leigh), J. P. 59. 45; Eliz., dau.of


Sir Nich.,fl./7. w.of John Napier, q.v. ;Eliz.,
dau. of W., a/7.(l)w. of Rog. Castell, (2) w.
of Wm., Forthe, (3) w.of Thos. Garnish,g.t\;
Erasmus,/?. 1559-97 54. 93, 94, 95, his w.

Jenet.H^e Barrett 54. 93; Erasmus (Cheam),


/7.1734 47. 81, 82, 83; Fra. (Ewell) 54.88.89,
91, 118, 119, 123, his will 54. 93; Frances, dau.
of Sir Nich., aft. w.of Edw. Warham,<7.t>.
;

Frances, dau of Wm.,a//. (1) w.of Barnard


Jennings, (2) w.of Hy.Spelman, q.v. ;Geo.
(Charlwood) 59. 40; Geo.(Oxted) 59.62;Hy.
(Ewell), d. 1518 54. 77- 85 passim, his will
54. 77, 84- 5, his w.Joan, nie Lepton 54.77.84,
85, her will 54. 86, his son Hy.54. 85;Hy.,son
of Nich. (Charlwood) 54. 77; Hy., son of Nich.
(Ewell) 54. 89, 96; Hy., son of Sir Nich., 54. 78,
81,82,99, 101, his w. Frances, nie Watson
54. 100; Isabella, aft. w of Sir Rog. Twysden,
q.v.; Jane, a/Y. w.of Alex. Clifford, q.v.; Joan,
a/Y. Hunsterton, q.v.; John (Charlwood) 59.40;
John (Horley) 59.43, 44; John (Reigate) 59.50;
Marg.,dau.of Hy. (d. 1518) 54. 85, 86; Mary,
.

dau. of Nich. (Ewell), aft. Bevill, q.v.; Mary,


dau. of Wm., aft. w. of Nich. Lusher, q.v.; Nich.
(Charlwood), d. 1 553 54. 77, 83 ,85, and his w.
Alice, their brass in Charlwood ch. 55. 75;
Nich. (Charlwood), d. 1581 54. 82; Nich. (Ewell),
/7.1518 54.77, 85, his w.Joan, nee Iwardby
54. 85; Nich. (Ewell), d. 1587 54.78-84 passim,
88-96 passim, his lands in Ewell 54. 105, 107,
111-22 passim, his will 54. 96, his 1st w.
Isabel, nee Carew 54. 94, 96, his 2nd w. Marg.,
nte Bostock 54. 78, 96; Sir Nich. (Ewell),
d. 1648 54. 78-83 passim, 89, 90, 95w, 96-100,
his w. Eliz., nee Blount 54. 97; Rich. (Charl-

wood), d. 1480 54. 77, 82, erects screen in


Charlwood ch. 55. 75, his grandson, Rich.
54. 77; Rich. (Charlwood),/?. 1641/2 59.41;
Rich. (Ewell), son of Erasmus 54. 93; Rich.
(Merstham) 59. 48; Rob. (Epsom), barbersurgeon 57. 26; Capt. Rob. (Weybridge) 39. 102;
Thos. (Buckland) 59. 38; Sir Thos., of Charlwood Place, M.P.,d. 1565 52.95,54.77,87,

Saunder, Saunders, Sawnders, Sander,

Sanders cont.
88, 91w; Thos. (Charlwood),/?. 1641/2 59. 40;
Thos. (Nuffield) 59. 49; Urith, aft. w.of John
Palgrave, q.v.; Wm.,his dau. Margery, aft.
w. of John Leigh 51. 86; Wm. (Charlwood),
d. 1481, and his w. Joan, nee Carew 54. 77,
80, 82; Wm. (Charlwood),^. 1641/2 59. 40, 41;
Wm. (Ewell),d.l571 52.40,54.77,78,81-5
passim, 86-90,91-4 passim, his will 54.90,
his 1st w.Joan, nee Merston, widow of Nich.
Mynne 54. 86, his 2nd w.Joan, widow of Thos.

Gittons 54. 86, 89, 91

Saunderson: Sir Clement, canon of St. Mary,


Merton 52. 34; John (Streatham), his will 52. 34
Saunderstead see Sanderstead
Saurin, Mark Ant. (Weybridge) 39. 102
Savage, Savadge: fam.,arms of (Barnes) 50. 132;
Mayor of Guildford 46. 34; Capt. Fra.
Darcy and his w. Diana, nee Bill 50. 132; Geo.
(Reigate) 59.52; John 51. 88; Rich.(Reigate)
59. 50; Rob., R. of Walton- on- the- Hill 39. 101;
Wm. (Chipstead) 59. 42
Savoy, Hospital of see Westminster
Sawley Abbey :Yorks see Sallay
Sawyer, Wm.(Shere) 51.88
Saxby, Saxbie, Saxbee, Saxbes, Saxeby, Saxebie,
Saxpes: Geo. (Lingfield) 59. 61; Geo. (Tatsfield) 59. 66; John (Blechingley) 59. 54, 56;
John (Chelsham) 59. 65; Rich. (Blechingley)
59. 55; Rich. (Crowhurst) 59. 56; Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Thos. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Wm.
,

(Lingfield) 39. 96, 59. 60, 61


Saxden, Ben.(Tandridge) 59. 64

Saxey,Saxye: Wm., R.of St. Nicholas, Guildford,


canon of Windsor, prebendary of St. Paul's,
R. of Farnham All SS., Suffolk 45. 98, 102
Saxon:
animal ornament, development of 56. 151-2;
barrows in S.42. 27-9, 38, 47, 49; coronations
at Kingston 48. 1-7; dyke, Limpsfield 57. 72-4
sites and finds: Anglo-Saxon Surrey, a gazetteer and account 56. 132-58, correction
57. 103; settlements near the "Pilgrims'
Way" 41. 3; Coulsdon: Farthing Down 50. 49,
62-4;Ewell 42. 113; Guildford, cemetery at
Guildown 39. 1-50, illus ., addit. finds 41. 11922, illus., finds in Guildford Museum 53.70,
pis.;

Mitcham, cemetery

44.149-52
Say, Geof.de 54.60

56. 51-131,///ws.

See also: Amphora; Armlets; Beads; Belt-tab;


Bottles; Bracelets; Bracteate; Brooches;
Biickelurns; Buckets; Buckles; Burials; Cemeteries; Chatelaine; Clasp; Combs; Daggers;
Discs; Ear-rings; Franciscas; Girdle- hangers; Key; Knives; Loom-weights; Needles;
Ornament; Ovens; Pins; Pommels; Pottery;
Purse mounts; Purses; Rings; Roads; Roofs;
Sceptre; Shears; Shield bosses; Sickle; Spearheads; Spindle whorls; Spur; Stoup; Strap- end;
Strike- a- light; Stucco; Sword- battens; Swords;
Tweezers; Vessels; Whetstones; Windows
Saxons, in S., history and settlements 56. 148-58;
possible connection with Eashing burials

Say and Sele, Lord see Twistleton


Sayer, Thos., and his w. Agnes, nee Hayton,
formerly w. of Thos. Carew 54. 76, 77, 80
Sayes Court see Chertsey
Scaldeford (Schaldeford) see Shalford
Scargill, Thos., and Byfleet manor 45. 63
Scarlett, Skar let: fam.,arms of (Abinger) 48.62;
Fra. (Reigate) 59. 53; Jas., 1st Baron Abinger,
Attorney General, his brass in Abinger ch.
48. 63, his 1st w. Louisa, nee Campbell 48. 63,
his 2nd w.Eliz.,nee Steere, formerly w.of
Rev. J. Ridley 48. 63; Rob. Campbell, 2nd
Baron Abinger, Vice-President of S.A.S.
53. 12, 37, arms of (Abinger) 48. 62, his w.
Sarah, nee Smith 48. 62; see also YorkeScarlett

Scarwin, Mrs. (Cheam) 47. 81


Scawen, Seavern: Mr. 46. 45; Rob. (Reigate)
41.31;Thos.,M.P.for Surrey 39.70,71,84,
lord of the manor of Carshalton 39. 87, patron
of Egham 39. 91; Sir. Thos. (Carshalton)
39. 87, patron of Leigh 39. 95
Sceptre: Romano- Celtic, spiral bronze strip
from, Farley Heath 46. 24-5, />Z., 50, 150;
Saxon, possible, Croydon 56. 138
Scharf, Geo., the elder, painting of the White Ho.,

Dorking 54 74
Schellinks, W., view of old
.

shed 58.114
Schiphurde, Walt

Epsom Wells, publi-

le 42 99
Scholey: fam.,arms of (Battersea) 52. 69; Geo.,
his w.Hanna and dau. Caroline Exam 52. 69
Schools, in Surrey parishes (1725) 39. 82-103
passim; see also under parishes
Scold's bridle, Walton- on- Thames 51. 156
.

Adam 43. 106; Adrian 43. 87;


Chas.,V.of East Molesey 58. 82; Miss E.,
her work on S.A.S. library 53. 53, 54; Edw.,
patron of Ockham 45. 45; Fra. (W. Clandon),
M.F.H.43. 10, 11; John, baron of the Exchequer, his four sons, his brass (Camberwell)
40.112; John, patron of Ockham 45.45;N.,
drawings by 56. 162
Scowyer, Nich. 52. 46
Scoyll.Scoill: Master 52. 36; Joan, and her son
Rog.52.36
Scramasax see Knives: Saxon
Scratch dial see Sundial
Scriven,Skryven: And. (Leigh) 59. 46; John
(Leigh) 59. 46; Rob. (Leigh) 59. 46; Thos.

Scott, Scotte, Scot:

(Leigh)

59.46;Wm.,R.

of

Ockham

45. 45

Scrope,Scrop: Lord Hy.,of Bolton 42. 91


Scunredus, alias Colredus 43.103
Scurning see Skerning
Seale (Sele) and Tongham:
axes,tranchet 46.100. 109. 113; barrows
42. 54-5; earthworks 40. 64, 42. 32, 54, 57; enclosures 48. 147; excavations of med. buildings at Hampton Pk.48. 113-7;flint finds
52. 9;

manor

126; military

of

Tongham

(later Poyle) 41. 125,


52. 61; parish

assessment (1805)

105

Seale (Sele) and Tongham cont.


registers 46. 122; "Pilgrims' Way" in 44. 67,
68, 83; Romano- British site 57.47-71 passim;
visitation (1724-5) 39.98
church: chapelry of Farnham 46. 97; curates of
see Deacon; Gruchy; rector of see Watson
places: Binton Farm 54. 20, 56. 145; Botany
Hill 42. 54, 57; Crooksbury 50. 3; Crooksbury
Common 42. 54-5; Crooksbury Hill, the Sol-

dier's Ring 42 32, 54, 57; Hampton Pk.


48. 113-7, pi .; Hone Kiln Field 46. 109; Littleworth Clumps 40. 64, 42. 54; Moot Hill 46. 109;
Poyle Ho. and Pk., Tongham 39. 99, 40. 75,
41. 125, 59. 89-90, pi .; Seale Common 44. 68;
.

Wagdon Common 57.47-71 passim


Seale, Seelle: Chas.and Margery (Croydon),
token of 56. 33; Frances (Rotherhithe), token
of 56.46
Seals: of Cluniac monastery of Bermondsey
39. 78-81, ;7/.s. of Newark Priory 40. 38-9,
pi. ;\3th cent.(Compton) 43. 123, pi.; (Kingston), Agnus Dei 43. 121, illus.
Seaman: John (Oxted) 59. 62; Rich.(Oxted) 59. 63
Seamer,Rog. (Rotherhithe), token of 56.46
;

Searle, Serle, Sarlle: Mr. (Farnham) 39. 92; Sir


Allen Lanyon, arms of 50. 109; Dan. (Guildford), token of 56.37;Sim.(Pirbright) 42. 114

Seavern see Scawen


Seawell: Thos. Augustus

(Gt. Bookham) 51.108;


Thos.Sam.51.108
Sedding,Rich.,of Weston Manor Farm (Thames

Ditton) 59. 33-4

Seeley, Sam. (Sutton, Plymouth), token of 48. 30


Seelle see Seale
Segar, Thos. (Titsey) 59. 67

Seke,Thos.42.95
Selborne, Hants., Priory of 40. 38
Selborne,Pet.42.96
Sele see Seale
Seller, John, his
Sellick,

map

of S.

156;

Dorking Shrove Tuesday football 54.141;


View of Dorking 54. 142
Selsdon see Sander stead
Selwod, Godfrey 42. 95
Selwyn: Mr., barrister 46.43; John, Keeper of
Oatlands Pk., and his w. Susan, their memorial (Walton- on- Thames) 55. 112
Semark: fam.,arms of 46.61; Cath., aft. w.of
Rob. Vincent, q .v .; Thos 46. 61
Send (Sende):
(See also Ripley which parish was formerly
.

a part of

S.

enclosures and openfield 48. 135, 144; fair


60. 68; manors: Ripley and Send, granted to
Sir A. Browne 50. 166, Send 40. 29, 30, 33- 6;
meeting place of Woking Hundred at Harmeshatch 56. 146; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; parish registers 46. 122; visitation
(1724-5)39.99
church: Glynne's notes on 55. 106;Hussey drawing of 49. 127; vicars of see Evans; Gates;
Malt by; Robinson
106

the buildings of

Neivark Priory, with a note on its founders'


family 40. 1-39, illus., 53. pis. XXXV- XXXVI;
Aldebury old name of 40. 1,31,49. 117;canons of 57. 77; Chilworth manor a cell of
44. 69; dispossessed canons of 47. 13, 23,24;
established by Woking monks 49. 17; grant of
"oratory of Ripley" to 50. 166; granted to Sir
A Browne 45 66 50 1 01 MS found in library
of York Minister possibly from 49.116-7;
priors of see Geoffrey; Grave; John; Lipscombe; Richard; Walter
other places: Burnt Common 40. 33; Ham of
.

Pappeworth 40. 31; Harmeshatch 56. 146,


Send Grove 40. 76
Send, Sende, Seende.Sandes: Beatrice de,a//.w.
of Ruald de Calna, q .v Thos de 60. 60; see
also Pappeworth, Thos de.
"60. 62;

Sennocke, Rob. (Blechingley) 59. 55


Serle see Searle
Serlok. Thos. (Leatherhead) 55. 11
Sermoneta, Duchess of see Caetani
Seven Dials, Mddx., column originally erected
re-used at Weybridge 54. 144
Sever, Hy. 43. 54w
Sewage disposal, 16th cent. (Nonsuch) 58. 9
Seward, Mr. antiquary 46. 53
Sewell, John, R. of Cranleigh 45. 98, 107
Sewer, Wm. (Fetcham) 58. 60
Sewill, Ruth, and Lane, Eliz., The free men of
Charlwood, reviewed 52, 94-5

at,

Seymour, St. Maur, St. Mauro,St. Mario: Chas.,


6th Duke of Somerset (Stoke- next- Guildford)
39. 93, 100; Sir Edw., Speaker 39. 67; Giles,
his brass (Croydon) 40. 109; Jas., picture by
42. 3; John (Shere), farmer 51. 88; Pet. de,
Archdeacon of S., R. of Farnham 46. 83- 6, his
nephew, Pet., R. of Coulsdon 46. 86
Seyntowayn, Patrick 43. 96
Seys, Rich., his dau. Ann, art. w.of Peter, 1st

55.43,44,45

E.L.A 1792 Dorking bequest*!.

Newark Priory: An account of

Baron King. a. v.
Shackleford:
(See also Godalming,o/ which parish

S.

was

formerly a part)
barn at 44. 147, illus.; burials, inhumation, at
Eashing, probably Romano- British 40. 118-20,
56. 139, an attempt to explain them 44. 14952; meso. site 41. 55; open field 48. 131; papermill 40.73;Roman finds 57. 49-71passim, 58.33
places: Eashing 40. 73, 118-20,44.149-52,

Hurtmore Holt 58-33;


Upper Eashing, on Rocque's map 40. 76

56. 139, 147, 57. 49, 68;

Shadwell, Thos., his Epsom Wells quoted


57. 1,21, 39
Shakeshaft, Widow (Cheam) 47. 81
Shaldeford, manor of see EweU
Shales, Shalles: Edw. (Leatherhead), token of

48.27,56.40
Shalford (Schaldeford):
(See also Guildford, into which parts of
now incorporated)

S.

axe, tranchet, from 46. 109, 110;Wm. Bray


visits 46. 30, 33, 54; enclosures and open

are

Shalford (Schaldeford) cont.

Shenton, Sam., V. of Ewell 39.92

fields 48. 131. 144; flint finds 41. 76, 77; lands
in 51.88, 95;

macehead 45.142; manor43. 100-1;

maypole base 44. 119; meeting place (?) of


Blackheath hundred 60. 86-7; military assessment (1805) 52. 61;parish registers 46. 122;

Romano- British finds 57.45, 50-71 passim;


trader's token 56. 46; visitation (1724-5)
39.99
church: bequest to 51. 94; rector of see Durdane; vicar of see Nicholas
places: Byrkley 51. 95; Church Ho.39. 99;Hobbis 51. 95; Kingefold 51. 95; Leyth Farm

Lower Unstead Farm, Hussey draw127;Peasmarsh (Pease Marsh)


45.142,46.32,109,48. 144, 57. 45, 50; Perry
(La Perie) Bridge 60. 86; Rosemary (Roast
51. 95;

ings of 49.

Meat) Hill 60. 87; Shalford Common 41. 76;


Shalford Ho. 46. 54w; Shalford Pk.39. 99;
Southland 51. 95; Trunley Heath 41. 77; Unstead 46. 110; Unstead Farm 57. 50
Shalford: John (Ockley) 51. 88;Thos.51. 88
Shallcross, Rob. (Banstead) 42. 88w
Shalman, Rebekah (Rotherhithe), token of 56.46

Shamley Green see Wonersh


Shank, Thos., parker of Byfleet Manor 45.62
Shannon, Viscount see Boyle, Rich.
Sharp, Sharpe: Granville 46. 52; Hy (Merstham)
59. 47; Hugh (Crowhurst) 59. 57; John (Merstham) 59.47,48; John (Streatham), and his w.
52. 36; Rich. (Merstham) 59. 47; Rob. (Merst.

ham) 59. 48; Sam., collector of antiquities


55.121,122;Thos.(Caterham) 59.64:Wm.
(Betchworth) 59. 36; see also Shary
Sharpley, Rev. R.W., loan of documents on Sutton

59.85
Shary [? Sharp], John (Merstham) 59. 48
Shaw, Mr. (Worplesdon) 39. 103; Mrs. (Epsom)
39.91
Shaw Collection of Roman coins, Charterhouse

Museum 57. 50
Sheaf e, Thos. (Reigate) 59. 52
Shearburn, W.J. (Dorking) 54.142

Shepherd, Shepheard, Shephard, Sheparde,


Sheapherd: Rev. Dr., tutor to Jas. Fox, Lord
Bingley 58. 57-8; Ant. (Nuffield) 59. 49; Fra.
(Epsom) 39. 91; Thos. (Molesey), lease of
Hampton Court ferry 58. 79; Thos. (Woldingham) 59. 68; see also Schiphurde
Shepley see Shipley
Shepley, Mich. (Streatham) 59. 7
Shepperton,Mddx.: arrowhead from 58.111;
Saxon cemetery 56. 145
Sherborne (Sherbourne) see Albury
Sherborne Palm Sunday Fair 60. 77, 81

Shere (Sheer, Shiere, Shire, Shyre):


arrowhead from 58. 109; axe, tranchet 46. 110;
Bray fam. and 39. 153, 46. 26, 27-30, 46, 48, 53;
bronze figure, (?) 13th century, found at
43. 123; coin, Ptolemaic 58. 113; cremation
trenches 40. 117; houses at, Hussey drawings
of 49. 127; lands in 51. 88, 95; manors: Gomshall Netley 46. 27, Shere 39. 153, ShereVachery 47. 48, Sutton, supposed 46. 29-30;
microlithic flint site at Gomshall 41 55; mili
tary assessment (1805) 52.61; "Pilgrims'
Way" at 44. 66-7, 70; registers: non-parochial
(Gomshall) 46. 124, parish 46. 122; Roman
finds 44. 152; sarsen stone 57. 69; visitation
(1724-5) 39.99
church: Glynne's notes on 55. 106; Hussey
drawings of 49. 127; memorials in 46. 27, 48;
recess in roof tie-beam, possibly for rood
47. 102; rectors of see Duncombe; Lathome
places: Burrows Cross 40. 117; Chantry Bridge
52. 30; Cold Kitchen Combe (Cole Kitchen
Hole) 41.4,27;Coombe (Comb) Bottom
(Shire Downs) 40. 76; Felday 40. 71; Gomshall
.

40. 76, 41. 55, 44. 152, 46. 26, 110, 124; Hurt
(Churt) Wood 46. 27, 28, 48, 49; London Lane

Netley Farm, field map of (1724)


41. 28,/)/.; Netley Heath 46. 27-30, 57. 69,
58. 109, see also Horsley, West; Netley Ho.
41. 27-9; Netley Pk. 46. 27-30; Old Manor Ho.
41. 28;

(Gomshall) 46. 26; Peaslake 40. 117; Pitland


St. 40. 71; Poor
Sherborne Lane 46. 53; Shire
(Heath) 40. 76; Staple Lane 40. 76;

(Pedland, Pidling, Pedling)

Shearman, Ph., En-ell in 1577 54. 102-23


Shears: Roman, Ewell 48. 58, illus.; Saxon: Coulsdon 56. 136, Mitcham 56. 127

Common

Sheate, Thos. (Reigate) 59. 52

Sutton 39. 99; Tillingbrokes

Sheen see Richmond


Sheen Priory see Richmond
Sheep- farming at Sutton 59. 71, 76
Sheere, Sheeres: see Sheres
Sheerwater see Woking
Shefild,Jas.,V.of Farnham 42.116

Tower

House

39. 99;

Wood

Hill 40. 76, 44. 152, 46. 26;

51. 96;

Upper

St.

46. 27, 46

Sheres, Sheeres, Sheere, Shieres: Arnold (Leigh)


59. 46; Sir. Geo., charity of 39. 86,92
Sherfield, John, of St. Thomas the Apostle,
London, and Sutton, his will 52. 45. his sister
Blanda 52.45
Sheridan, Rich. Brinsley, and Polesden Lacy

Sheinford, Nich. (Streatham) 52. 35


Sheldon, Archbishop, his tomb (Croydon) 55. 81
50.163
Shell, Rob. (Blechingley) 59. 55
Sheriff, office of 40. 40, 41
Shelley, Shelly: Eliz., aft. w.of Jas. Cameron,
q.v.\ Frances, aft.v/. of Viscount Fitzwilliam,
Sherley,Shurley: John (Oxted) 59.62;Wm. (Titq.v.; Geo. (Nuffield) 59. 49; Henrietta, aft. w. of
sey) 59. 67
Geo., 1st Earl of Onslow, q.v.; Tryphena, aft. w. Sherlock: R. J., Sir Stephen Glynne's notes on
of Chas.Polhill, q.v.
the churches of Surrey 55. 65-117; Rich.
(Reigate) 59. 52; see also Shurlock
Shelwood, manor of see Leigh
Shene (Sheen) see Richmond
Sherman, John (Reigate) 59.51
107

Sherry, Shery: John (Merstham) 59.47, 48; Wm.


(Merstham) 59.48
Sherwood, Sherewood: Hy. (Chertsey) 39.88;
Thos. (Cheam) 47. 72; Wm. (Blechingley)
59. 54; see also Shirewood
Shewell, John (Rotherhithe), token of 48. 30,
56.46
Shield bosses: Saxon 56. 133-45 passim; Ewell
41.122;Mitcham 56.120-1
Shiere see Shere
Shieres see Sheres
Shipley (Shepley), Sx., manor of 54. 71
Shipton, Hants., chapel of Snodington in 40. 31;
church 40. 31; manor 40. 29, 30; rents in,
granted to Newark Priory 40. 33
Shire see Shere
Shirewood, Geo., R. of Holy Trinity, Guildford
45.101; see also Sherwood
Shirley see Croydon
Shirref, John 43.96

Shoe.Shooe see Shove


Shoelands see Puttenham
Sholvestrode, John de 43. 93, 94
Shore, John, Lord Teignmouth, Vice -Lieutenant
of S. 40. 49, 50

Shoreham, Kent, church, chandeliers in 47. 42


Shorte: John (Caterham) 59. 65; Thos. (Chipstead) 59.41
Shorter: Sir John (Southwark) 39. 100; John
(Nutfield) 59. 49; Wm. (Merstham), token
of 56. 40
Shortt, H. de S., Looped bronze palstave from

George's Hill 55.121


Shotover (Shottermill) see Haslemere
St.

Shotter, Shoter:

(Guildford) 46. 30, 34; Hy.


(Haslemere), tokens of 56. 37; John 52. 37, 38
Shottermill (Shotover) see Haslemere
Shoulder, Fra. (Horley) 59. 44
Shove, Shoue, Shooe, Shoe: Edw., R.of Gatton
59. 42; Hy (Horley) 59. 43; Hy. (Nutfield)
59. 49; Hy. (Reigate) 59. 50; Jeremy (Horley)
59. 44, 45; John (Chipstead) 48. 43, his uncle
Walfrid 48. 43; John (Horley) 54. 73, 59. 43, 44,
45; Jos. (Gatton) 59. 42; Thos. (Horley) 59.44;
Wm. (Horley) 59. 43
Shrewsbury, Salop, Abbey Church, tomb of Rich.
.

Onslow

42.

Shrewsbury, Earl of see Talbot


Shrimpton, Mich. (Blechingley) 59.54
Shriving pews see Pews
Shropshire: see Minsterley; Shrewsbury
Shrove Tuesday football in Dorking 54. 141
Shrubb: Mr. (Shalford) 46. 30, 39, 40; C.P.,
master of harriers 43. 14
Shulbrede.Sx., Priory 57. 80, paving tiles from

42.133
Shurley see Sherley
Shurlock: Mr., friend of Wm. Bray 46. 50; M.,
directs early excavations at Chertsey 53. 18;
see also Sherlock
Shyre see Shere
Sibson (Sybesdon, Sybston), Leics., R.of see
Dewsnapp; Mann, Hy.
108

Sibthorp, Mr. and Mrs. 46. 34, 36


Sickle: flint, neo., Carshalton 49. 71, illus.; iron,
found at Saxon level in cemetery, Mitcham

56.75,127
Sidney, Sydney: Sir Ph.,K.G.,and his w.Mary,
nee Dudley, arms of 55. 19, his son Sir Ph.
and his w. Frances, nee Walsingham 55. 19;

Wm.42.97
Sidney Wood see Alfold
Sikelmore, John 52. 43
Silver: bead of coiled wire, Saxon, Guildford
41 121 button, med., E. Horsley 51 143;
coins see Coins; pin, Saxon, Coulsdon 56.136;
rings, Saxon, Ewell 56. 139, 39. 22, illus.,
Guildford 56.141
Silvermere see Walton-upon -Thames
Silvermere House see Cobham
Silvester, Gab., his brass (Croydon) 40. 109
Simkin, Eliz. (Cheam) 47. 80
Simms, R. S., Flint Axe from Peigate 55. 120
Simon, Rob. son of 43. 100
Simon, Symon: Gil., Curate of Elstead 45.103
;

Simons, Simonds, Simmons, Simmonds, Symons,

Symmons,Symonds: Mr. (Thames

Ditton)

Edw. (Merstham) 59. 47; Geo. (Rotherhithe), tokens of 56. 46; John (Chipstead)
59. 42; John (Epsom) 57. 16, 17; John (Horley)
59. 44; John (Tandridge) 59. 64; Rich. (Guildford), glazier 51.98;Rob.(Charlwood) 59.40;
39. 90;

Sicken, in inscription on Dutch glass in

Ockham

ch. 45. 32; Thos. (Charlwood) 59. 40;


Thos. (Chipstead) 59. 42; Thos. (Reigate)
59. 51; Wm. (Burstow) 59. 39; Wm. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Wm. (Leatherhead), churchwarden 47. 41; Wm. (Rotherhithe), tokens of

48.30,56.46
Simpson: fam., arms of (Banstead) 50. 117;
Grace, identifies Roman pottery 57.46; J.,
painter, worked on Cobham Bridge 58. 66;
Mary, aft. w.of Dav. Lambert, q.i
Singleherst, John 52. 38
.

Sinturus, Samian potter, stamp of 48. 56


Skarlet see Scarlett
Skeet,Skeete: Edw. (Ewell), fl. 1577 54.117,120,
121, 123; Edw., of Burty Grove (Leatherhead)
fl. 1629 41. 46; John (Leatherhead) 39.95
Skeletons see Burials
Skelton:
(Shere) 46. 29; Jasper (Betchworth)
59. 36; Rich. (Betchworth) 59. 36; Rob. (Reigate) 59. 50
Skerne, Rob., epitaph on (Kingston) 43. 38
Skerning, Scurning: Thos. de, Archdeacon of S.
46. 87-8, 90, his bros.. Rob.. Bishop of Norwich 46. 87, Rog., R. of Mapledurham 46. 88
Skerwitt, Sim., monk of Waverley 47. 18
Skinner, Skiner, Skynner: Rev. B. G., Illustrated
guide to Gt. Bookham church, reviewed
55. 129; Hy. (Burstow) 59. 39; John, M.P. for
Reigate 39. 58; John (Richmond), tokens of
48. 29, 56. 43; Mark (Cheam) 47. 82; Mich.
(Blechingley) 59. 56; Ralfe (Home) 59. 57;
Rich. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Rich., V. of Reigate
45. 108; Thos. (Gt. Bookham) 51. 108; Thos.

Skinner, Skiner, Skynnercont.


(Burstow) 59. 39; Wm. Wilson (Gt. Bookham)
and his w. Sarah, nee Wood 51. 108
Skinners' Company, bequest to 52. 39
Skipton, John, and Byfleet manor 45. 62
Skrine, Mr. (Guildford) 46. 34

Skryven see Scriven


Skurray, Mrs. (Guildford) 46. 42
Skynner see Skinner
Slade, Sam (Farleigh) 41 39
Slandon, Mr., of Abinger Ho. 48. 63
.

Slate: artifacts, Frensham 47. 88-9, illus.;


decoration at Nonsuch 58. 10, pi.; spindle

whorl, Frensham 47. 90, illus.


Slater, Ben., discovers graves at Mitcham 56. 53
Slaterford, Rob. (Tandridge) 59. 64
Slefeld, Thos. (Kingston) 44. 124; see also Slyfield

Sleywright see Slywrighte


Sling stones: possible, E. I. A.,
illus.; Lingfield:

Dry

Hascombe 40.90,

Hill 41. 79-92

passim

Sloane, Colonel 46. 54


Slowe,fam.,arms of (Banstead) 50. 113; Alice,
aft. w. of John Lambert, q.v.
Slyfield,

manor

of see

Bookham,

Slyfield: fam., chapel in Gt.

Edm.

(Gt.

Gt.

Bookham

ch. 55. 89;

Bookham), encroachment on road

51 106, his epitaph 43. 42, 45, his son Hy.


43. 45; G.N. ,Arms of Foster in Crowhurst
church 52. 92, see also Harvey, J. H. and
Slyfield; Thos. (Gt. Bookham) 50. 161 -3; see
.

also Slefeld
Slywrighte, Sleywright:

Wm. 51

91, 52. 43

Smale,John (Chelsham) 59.65


Smalebrede, Ridhard de 49. 83
Smallfield see Burstow
SmaUpage, fam., arms of (Barnes) 50.129-30
SmaUpeice, Smallpeece, Smalpeece: fam. (Clapham) 59. 90-1; Betsy (Chilworth) 46. 34; Ferdinand F., Vice-President of S.A.S. 53. 39,
presents new Museum to Guildford 53. 66;
Geo. (Stoke -next-Guildford) 58. 74; John
(Guildford), token of 56. 37; Thos. (Charlwood)
59. 40; Thos. (Reigate) 59. 53; Wm.,of the
White Hart (Clapham) 59. 90, token of 48. 21,
56. 32, his w. and sons, Wm., John, Rich, and
Rob. 59. 90
Smallpox, inoculations for (1756) 46. 32
Smart, Wm. (Rotherhi the), token of 56.46
Smelt, Leonard (Walton-on-Thames) 39. 101
Smelting see Iron industry
Smith, Smithe, Smyth, Smythe: fam., arms of
(Abinger) 48. 62; Mr. (Streatham) 59. 4; Mrs.
(Mitcham), patron of Witley 39. 102; A. H.,
proposed survey of English folklore 55. 126-7;
A.Talbot see Talbot-Smith; Dan. (Puttenham)
60. 84; E.E., Two tradesmen's tokens 59. 90-1;
Eliz. (Putney), token of 56. 42; Geo., Chief
Justice of Mauritius, his dau. Sarah, aft. w. of
Rob. C.Scarlett, Baron Abinger,*/. v.; Geo.
(Burstow) 59. 39; Geo. (Rotherhithe), baker,
token of 56. 46; H. Victor, his research into
the history of William de Cheyham 47. 100-1;

Hy. (Blechingley) 59. 55; Hy. (Merstham)


59. 48; Hy (Mitcham) 39. 97; Hy., R. of Ockham
and W. Clandon 45. 45, 47w, 46. 139; Hy.
(Wandsworth) 39. 102;Hy.,R.of Weybridge
39. 102; Hugh, of Stoke Ho. 58. 62; J. C. Challenor, A note on the brass to Philip Carew,
1414. at Bedding/on 43. 53-60; Jas. (Dorking)
54. 73; John 52. 48; John (Burstow) 59.39;
John, of Canterbury, buys tolls at Reigate
59. 77; John le (Cobham) 58. 64; John (Crowhurst) 59. 57; John (Gatton) 59. 43; John (Reigate) 59. 52; John Davidson, and Beulah Spa,
Norwood 46.136; Joowicke (Tandridge) 59.63;
Nich. (Burstow) 59. 39;Nich. (Warlingham)
59. 68; Reg. A., review by 40. 127-9; Rich.
(Blechingley) 59. 56; Rich. (Buckland) 59. 38;
Rob. 43. 96; Capt. Rob. (Byfleet) 39. 86; Rob.
(Lingfield) 59. 61; Rob. (Reigate) 59. 51; Rob.
P., Notes on the history of Sutton 59. 69-85;
Sarah, aft.v/.oi Sir Rob. Scarlett, q. v.; Susannah (Dorking) 39. 90; Thos., monk of Sheen
47. 19; Thos., arms of (Barnes) 50. 130; Thos.
(Blechingley) 59. 56; Thos. (Burstow) 59. 39;
Thos. (Gatton) 59. 43; Thos. and Wm. (Walton),
token of 56. 47;Trafford (West Molesey)
39. 97; Tuer, steward of Cobham manor 58. 63;
Wm. 52. 40, 42; Wm. (Buckland) 59. 38; Wm.
.

(Nuffield) 59. 49;

Wm.

(Reigate) 59. 53;

Wm.,

R.of Stoke d'Abernon 51. 92


Smith's Charity, in Surrey parishes 39. 82-103
passim, trustees of 46.45
(ShalSmither,Smithers,Smyther,Smythers:
ford) 39. 99; Ann, widow, of Dorking, and sale

of Downe Place, Cobham 58. 54-5; Eliz.


58. 54-6; Geo., of Downe Place 58. 54, 55;
Jane 58. 55; John (Charlwood) 59. 40; John
(Dorking) 58. 54-5; Wm. (Betchworth) 59. 36;

Wm.(Cheam) 47.72,81
Smuggling, Ewell 48. 160
Smyth, Smythe: see Smith
Smyther, Smythers see Smither
Smythson, Geo., and Nonsuch Palace 58. 5
Snail, Roman, or Apple, in Surrey 46. 130
Snail shells, in B. A. grave, Epsom 47. 94-5
Snat.Snatt: John (Home) 59. 57; Rich. (Oxted)
59.62
Snelland, Lines., lands in 43. 56
Snelling, Snellinge,Snellings: And. (Titsey)
M.P. for Southwark 39.63; Jas.
(Guildford), token of 56. 37; John (Betchworth) 59. 37; John, his brass (E.Horsley)
55. 83; Rob. (Reigate) 59. 52; Thos., his brass
(E.Horsley) 55. 83; Thos., canon of Newark,
59. 67; Geo.,

incumbent

of

John Stevens Chantry

in

Frim-

ley ch. 44. 154, 47. 24; Wm. (Sutton) 59.79


Sneyd, Mrs. Mary, her monument (Battersea)

55.38
Snoade, John (Rotherhithe), token of 56.46
Snodington see Shipton, Hants.
Snow, Snowe: Mr., M.F.H. 43. 7; Ralph, steward
to Archbishop of Canterbury (Lambeth)
39.95
Snype, John 52. 45
109

Soane: John (Titsey) 59. 67; Rob. (Nutfield)


59. 49; Wm. (Home) 59. 58; Wm. (Limpsfield)

59.58

St.

18th cent., in Epsom 57. 22-41; Wm.


Bray's diary 46. 26-58; see also Games
Societies. The future of arcliaeological by Sir

Social

life:

F.Kenyon 49.1-5
Society of Antiquaries see Antiquaries, Society
of

Solander, Dr. [Dan. Chas.], the botanist 46. 45, 47


Soldier's Ring see Seale: Crooksbury Hill
Sole, John (Battersea), token of 56. 30

Somerden ?(Sumerd[en?]), hundred of (Kent)


54. 59, 64, 65; manor of Milford, //<; S.,in
Chiddingstone 54. 65
Somerie, Someri, Somery: fam., arms of 48. 109,
49.130,55.23
Somerset: see Curry Rivel; Wells
Somerset, Anne, Duchess of, and Ashtead manor
48.105
Sommerfeild, Pet. (Nutfield) 59. 49
Sommerton, Thos. (Leigh) 59. 45, 47
Sondford see Sandford
SopweU (Soppewell), Herts., church of 51. 92
Sottnam, John 42.98
South:
jockey 44. 17; Wm. (Oxted) 59. 62
Southampton, Earl of see Fitzwilliam
Southampton, Lord see Fitzroy
Southcote,Suthcote: Sir Edw., patron of Chaldon
39. 87; Rog.de 43.101
Southlamehithe see Lambeth
Southwark (Southwarke):
bailiff of see Dunlegh; documents relating
to in Lewes cartulary 43. 85-112 passim;
enclosure at 48. 142, 149; lands in 52. 39;
M.P.'s for 39. 62, 63; military assessment
for parishes in (1805) 52. 62, 64; recruiting
for Militia in 40. 49, 50; Rocque's plan of
40. 70; Southwark storx, by F. Higham.
reviewed 54. 152-3; Stane St. in 52.80;S.A.S.
inaugural meeting held at Bridge House
Hotel 53. 1,78; the tax of 1332 in 41.101,102,
103, 104; Winchester House (Southwark
Manor), London residence of Bishops of
Winchester 46. 72, remains described 49. 75-

81

churches and parishes: Christchurch: chandeliers in 47. 44, rector of see Finlay, registers 46. 122, visitation 39. 100; St. George:
brass in 40. 113, lands in 43. 58, rectors of
see Bird; Cutler; Hough, registers 46. 122,
visitation 39. 100; St. John, Horsleydown:
registers 46. 122; St. Margaret: lands in
43. 56, 54. 83; St. Mary Magdalene: 54. 83, 84,
85; St. Mary Overy see below Priory; St.
Olave: agreement to make shops in 43. 96-8,
granted to Lewes Priory 43. 101-5, Hy. Garland's house in 43. 87, 95, 99, 105-6, property
in 43. 87, 106-7, rectors of see Adam; Ayscough; Lewes; Meydestan; Norris, registers
46. 122, Roman road near 43. 73, 82, visitation (1724-5) 39. 100; St. Saviour (Cathedral):
54. 83, chandeliers in 47. 30, 43-4, curate

110

of see Kele, Glynne's notes on 55. 107, registers of 46. 122, see also below Priory of

Mary Overy;

St.

Thomas the Apostle,


St. Thomas the Martyr,

registers of 46. 122;

temporary

ch. of 46. 75, see also

below

Hospitals
hospitals: Guy's 52. 80; St. Thomas: bequest to
52. 37, charter relating to 50. 168-9, pi.,
curate of see Woodoson, master of see
Amicius; William, proctor of 43. 103-4
Priory of St. Mary Overy: bequests to 43. 60,
54. 84-5; charters relating to 43. 86, 89-90,
96-8, 106, 109, 110, 46. 71 73; destroyed by
fire 46. 75; dispossessed monks of 47. 25,
pensions to 54. 87; priors of see Alan; Fowle;
,

Martin; Valerian; William


other places: Borough High St. 52. 80; Bridge
House Hotel 53. 1, 78; The Clink 52. 39; Fair
St. 39. 100; Fishmongers and Drapers Almshouses 39. 100; Horsleydown 39. 100; Joyner's St. 39. 100; King's Bench Prison, bequest to 52. 37; Marshalsea Prison, bequest
to 52. 37; Paish St. 39. 100; Paris Garden
39. 100, 52. 39; Prison Chapels 39. 100; St.
George's Fields 48. 142, 149; Stony Lane
49. 78; Timber Alley 39. 100; Tooley St.
39. 100; Unicorn Yard 39. 100; Vinegar Yard
39. 100; White Lion 47. 56; Winchester Ho.
46.72,49.75-81
Southwark, London Borough of see Bermondsey;
CamberwelljNewington; Rotherhithe; South-

wark
Southwark, Suthwerk: Adam de, V.of St.Olave's,
Southwark 43. 102, 103; Arnulph de 43. 88;
Norman de, his son Geof 43. 106
Southwell, Notts., collegiate church, canonry
.

in 46. 96

Southwick (Suthewic), Sx. 54. 59, 63


Soutley, Edw., reader, of Bentley Green 45. 103
Sowle, John 42. 95
Sparke.Sparkes: fam., arms of (Alfold) 48.95;
Geo. Brabant, his memorial (Alfold) 48.95;
J. E., purchases reputed manor of Sydney

Wood

(Alfold) 48. 96; Jas. (Chipstead) 59. 42;

Jas.(Horley) 59. 43; John (Chipstead) 59.42,


43; John (Kingston) 44. 122, 123; K. J.,R.of
Alfold 48. 95; Rich., R. of Alfold 48. 95;
(Chipstead) 59.42

Sparrow, Sparewe: Mr. (Sutton)

59. 77;

Wm.

Ralph

Wm.

(Limpsfield) 59. 68;


Spas: Beulah Spa, Norwood 46. 136-7; Epsom,
history of 57.1-41
Spatchhurst, Idaul (Oxted) 59.62
Speakers of the House of Commons see Par43. 87;

liament
Spearheads: iron, undated, Sanderstead 58.39,
illus.; Saxon: 56. 133-46 passim, Cheam
51. 151-2, illus.. Coulsdon 49. 115, illus.
EweU 41.122,43. 28, Guildford 39.13-5,
;7/s..Mitcham 56. 122-4, illus., Send 52.82
Speck, Fra. (Chipstead) 48. 42
Speed, John, engraving of Nonsuch Palace 58. 6
Speer, Wm.,of Weston Manor Farm (Thames

Speer,

Wm. cont.

Ralph, 1st Earl of Stafford, "lord of Tonbridge" 45. 45; Edw., 3rd Duke of Buckingham

Ditton) 59. 33

Speldhurst, Kent, manor of 51. 95


Spelman, Spilman, Spylman: Eliz. 51. 87; Hy.,
his w. Frances, nee Saunder formerly w. of
Barnard Jennings 54. 92; John, Serjeant at
law 51 88; Sir John (Narborough, Norfolk)
54. 92; John (Narborough), his w. Cath., n&e
Saunder, formerly w. of Edm. Kervill, aft. w.
.

of Miles Corbet, q.v.


Spence: Mr., of Parkhurst (Abinger) 46.41;
Jos. 58. 106
Spencer, Spenser: Brian, A room from Poyle
Park 59. 89-90; Hy., his w.Anne, wee Leigh
48. 65; Hy Leigh (Banstead) 50. 107; Hy.
Newton (Banstead) 50. 107; John, Earl Spencer
of Wimbledon Pk. 40. 75; John Poyntz, Earl
Spencer, and Wimbledon Common 48. 138;
John de 42. 98; Sir John (Mickleham) 45. 153;
Rob. (Dorking) 58. 55; Wolley Leigh- see
Leigh -Spencer
Spereman, Agnes 52.41
.

Spicer,Thos.52.37
Spike, Jas. (Ewell) 54. 113
Spiller.Sir Rob. (Guildford) 51.101

Spindle -whorls: slate undated, Frensham 47. 90,


illus.; E. I. A., Fetcham 60. 82; Saxon: Ewell,
glass 43. 26, illus., 56. 139, Guildford 53.pl.
,

XXVI
Spitalfields (Lolesworth), Mddx. 51 92
Spode: fam.,arms of (Ash) 48. 98, (Battersea)
55. 40; Wm., alias Hammersley, q.v.
.

Spong, John, carpenter, his epitaph and tomb

(Ockham) 43.46,45.42
Esq., of Upper Betchworth 40.77;
Mr. 46. 41; Mrs. 46. 40; John Jos., of Weston

Manor Farm (Thames Ditton) 59. 33


Sports, on Banstead Downs 59. 71; see also
Cockfighting; Games; Racing
Spreakley see Frensham

Spreg,Rob.42.97
Spur, Saxon, Croydon 56. 138
Spylman see Spelman
Squint,

Ockham

Walt.de 43.107

Staircases: 51. 110-33 passim, pis.; at Brabouef


Manor 49. 87, pi.; at Garratts Hall 42. pis.

XVI and XVII

monk of Bermondsey, R.of


High Laver, Essex 47. 17
Stanbridge, Arthur (Charlwood) 59.41

Stanbank, Thos.,

Standeley, Math., R. of Gt. Bookham 45. 104


Standish, John, Curate of Caterham 59. 64
Stane Street (Stanstrete, Stone Street), origin
of name 46. 130; see also Roads: Roman:

London-Chichester
Stanford: Edw. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Rich. (Tandridge) 59. 64; Thos. (Home) 59. 57
Stanford (Stafford) Rivers, Essex 45. 45, 46. 139

Stanhurst (Tanhurst) see Wotton


Stanley, Edw. Smith, 12th Earl of Derby, founder
of "The Oaks" and "The Derby" 44.16, 19, 20,pl
Stanney, Staney: Geo. 51. 91; Joyce, nee Leigh
Stansted see Godstone
Stanstrete, Stonstreet: Radd atte (Horsham)
46. 130; Rico atte (Horsham) 46.130;Wm.
(Bur stow) 59. 39
Stanton: Mr. (Cheam) 47. 81; Rob. (Buckland)
59. 38; Rog. (Buckland) 59. 38
Stanwell, Mddx., estates of Walt. Poyle in 41 125
Staple: Edw. (Gatton) 59. 43; Hy. (Gatton) 59.43
Staplehurst, Kent, R. of see Hendon
Staplehurst, Staplurst: Fra. (Reigate) 59. 50;
Jas. (Blechingley) 59. 56; Rich. (Blechingley)
59. 55; Rich. (Reigate) 59. 53; W., note on
Roman coin 41. 91
Staples:
(Reigate) 59. 50; And. (Reigate)
59. 52; Hum. (Reigate) 59. 52; John (Home)
59. 57; John (Reigate) 59. 51; Rob. (Caterham)
59. 64; Rob. (Reigate) 59. 52; Wm. (Reigate)
.

59.51
Star, Nich. (Gatton) 59.43

ch. 45. 8

Squire, Squier, Squiere, Squiar: Hum. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; John, R.of Barnes, arms of
50. 126; John (Lingfield) 59. 60; Wm. (Oxted)

59.62

Staing',

51.85,87,89,90

Spilman see Spelman

Spooner:

45. 45;

Staffordshire: see Alrewas; Betley Hall


Stag hunting 43.12
Stained glass see Glass

Stables,
Clerk of House of Commons 39. 71
Stabutt, Jas. a, and Agnes, his sister 52. 34
Stac, Fra. (Reigate) 59. 52
Stace, John (Oxted) 59.63
Stacey,Stacie:
(Leatherhead), blacksmith
,

57. 12, 13; Rich. (Sutton) 59. 76;


ley) 59. 54

Wm.

(Bleching-

Starborough Castle see Lingfield


Starch-mill, Battersea 40. 75

Stares,
(Guildford) 46. 33
Starford, John (Oxted) 59.62
Starling, Sir Sam., Lord Mayor 57. 11

Statham, John 51.96

Edm.

Edw., V. of Kingston
Farnham 42.115
Steaning, Rich., tithing man of Ockley 49. 124
Staunton:

41. 47;

43.47; John de.V.of

Stebbing: Dr., friend of Wm.Bray 46.47;


W.P.D.,.4 note on Gerrard Winslanlex

Edm.,

5th Earl of Stafford, patron of Ockham


45. 45; Edw., 3rd Duke of Buckingham 45. 45;
Hy., 2nd Duke of Buckingham 45. 45; Hum.,

49.122-4
Stedham, Thos. and his w. Eliz. 42. 95
Stedman, Steedman: Arthur J., restoration of
Ewhurst ch.40.126, 42. 101, 108; Hy. (Reigate) 59. 51; Ph. (Dorking) 54. 141; Thos.

1st Duke of Buckingham 45.45, 51. 83w,his


w. 51. 83; Ph., friar of Guildford 47.26;

(Dorking), token of 56. 33


Stedwell, Rich. (Reigate) 59. 51

Rich 52 44
Stafford: fam., and Ockham
Staff erton,

manor

45. 3, 49. 120;

111

Steel,

Mr.

(Sutton) 59.84

Stiletto

see Daggers

fam.,arms of (Abinger) 48.63;


Mr., friend of Wm. Bray 46. 41; Dan. (Oxshott
and Cobham) 58. 75-6; Eliz., aft. (1) w. of

Stillman, Geo. (Chobham), churchwarden 47. 36


Stirling, Earl of see Alexander
Stockes, Ant. (Croydon), token of 56. 33

(2) w.of Jas. Scarlett, q.v.; Geo.,


R.of Newdigate 39. 97; Hy. (Reigate) 59. 51;
John (Epsom), baker 57.11-3,15,17,19,28;
John (Reigate) 59. 52; Lee Steere, of Jayes,
Sy. 48. 63; Nancy (Guildford) 46.31;Thos.

Stockwell see Lambeth


Stocton, Stoctona see Stoughton
Stoffey.Wm. (Burstow) 59. 39

Steer, Steere:

J.Ridley,

Wm.

(Lingfield) 59. 59;


(Shere) 46.28

(Leigh)

59.46;Wm.

Steevens see Stevens


Steltuna, Beds. 43. 92

Mr., of Perry Hill (Worplesdon) 46. 30, 39;


Barnabee (Buckland) 59. 38; Betsy 46. 39;
Fra. (Leigh) 59. 46; Rev. Geo., master of
Guildford Free School 39. 89; Harry, huntsman 43.12;Hy.,V.of Chessington 39.96;
John (Buckland) 59. 38; John, chantry of, at
Frimley 44. 153-5, incumbent of see Snelling;
Leonard Ridsdale, Hon. Treasurer, S.A.S.
53. 35, his Parish church of St. Mary, Byfleet,
reviewed 42. 132, obituary of 52. 148-9,
Byfleet House 50. 99- 104, Errors in county
histories 49. 124-5, Notes on Byfleet manor
and Manor House 45. 48-73; Sam., designer
of first Hampton Court Bridge 58.81;Thos.
(Bermondsey) 39. 85; Thos. (Crowhurst)
59. 56; Thos., Curate of Newington 39. 150;

Wm.

(Nutfield) 59.49;

Capt. Williams (Rotherhithe) 39.98

Stevenson see Stephenson

Steventon,Hum.(Chelsham) 59.65
Steward, Stuarde: fam.,

arms

of (Banstead)

w.of Rog. Lambert,


John, R.of Buckland 45. 110
50. 112; Eliz., aft.

q. v.;

Stewardson, Thos., portrait by 42.


Stewart, Sir Wm. (Epsom), barber-surgeon,

Lord Mayor 57. 24-5, 26, 29, 40


Stibbe, Wilfrid, V. of Farnham 42. 115
Stidolfe see Stydolph
Stileman, Tim., Curate of Lingfield, R.of
39.96
Stiles, Ant. (Reigate) 59. 50

112

Roman

52. 82-3; visitation (1724-5)

church: bequest

Stephen, Archdeacon of Surrey 46. 71;fil.Estmundi 46. 77


Stephens see Stevens
Stephenson, Stevenson: Mr., friend of Wm. Bray
46. 43; Edw., monk of Chertsey, ? incumbent
of Brambletye and V. of Willingdon, Sx. 47. 15;
Mill, Hon. Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 49, 64, compiler of library catalogue 53.49, 57, 69, 72,
his contributions to Collections 53.90-2,94,
his Handlist of Surrey brasses published
53. 53, obituary of 45. 169-71, portr. of 53. pi.
V., List of monumental brasses in Surrey
some additions and corrections 40. 106-17
Stertavant, John 42. 91
Sterto, Rich.de la (Newdigate) 39.148
Stevens, Stevenes, Stevyns, Steevens, Stephens:
Miss, aft. w. of Wm. Bray, q v., her father,

59. 48;

enclosures 48. 145, 148; manor 51. 92;


military assessment (1805) 52. 16; on Rocque's map 40. 76; parish registers 46. 122;
pottery,
39. 100

Sten, Edm. (Reigate) 59. 53


Stent, Abraham (Reigate) 59.51

Wm.(Merstham)

Stok.Alande 43.101
Stoke d'Abernon (Dawborn, Dawbernon):

Home

to 51. 92; brasses 46. 61, 62,


63, 65, 53. pl.XlA; funeral helmet of Sir Thos.
Vincent in 47. 84-7, pi.; funeral surcoat and

helmet, condition and repairs, heraldry


46. 59-67, pis.; Glynne's notes on 55. 109;

Hussey drawings of 49. 127;Norbury chapel,


"faculty" pews 52. 89; rectors of see Butterfield;

Godshalve; Smith, Wm.; restoration

work

tomb

40. 123; roof chamber 39. Ill;


Sarah Vincent 41. 127

of

places: High St., Oxshott 52. 82; Oxshott Heath

48.148
Stoke Heath see

Cobham

Stoke-in-Hoo, Kent 43. 53, 54


Stoke -next-Guildford:
(See also Guildford, into which Stoke

now

is

incorporated).
manor of Stoughton 51. 96; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers 46.122;
visitation (1724-5) 39.100
church: ancient stained glass in, formerly in
Stoke Pk. Mansion 55. 18-31, pis.; bequests
to 51.93, 94; epitaphs in 43. 47; Glynne's
notes on 55. 110; rectors of see Giffard;
Stoughton
places: Aldham, ground caUed 51 96; Ganghill
.

Common

46. 30, 33, 34; Home Meads 51 96;


Ho. 51. 96; The Paddock 40. 75; Stoke

Mongers
Pk. Mansion

55. 18;

Swanmede Wood

51. 94;

Watforde Close 51. 96; Woodbridge 46. 33


Stokes: EUen, widow 52. 43; Ethel, her transcriptions of S. wills 53. 91; Sir John (EweU)
51.129
Stoket, Katherine, her brass at Lingfield 55. 97
Stokkin, Maister.of St. Mary -at -Hill, London
52.89
Stolleburi.Rich.de 49.83
Stompe.Sir Jas. 51.91
Stonbrig (Stonebrigge, Stowbrigge), Kent, church
of 51. 83; Symond Londes in 51. 84
Stone: Sim. (Blechingley) 59. 56; Thos. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; Thos. (Oxted), 59. 62, token of
56. 41; Wm. (Reigate) 59.5,53
Stone Cross, Sx. 40. 105
Stoneham [? Hants], farm at 51. 95
Stoner,Nich.52.46
Stones: large, unusual, Albury 60. 76, 80; used
for parish boundaries 54. 138-41; see also
Carstone; Chert; Flint and stone artifacts;

Stonescont.
Sarcen stone
Stonherst, Pet., bailiff of Byfleet manor 45. 61
Stonstret see Stanstrete
Stook, John, Prior of Guildford 42. 96
Story: Capt. Edw. (Weybridge) 39. 102; John
(Leigh) 59.45
Stough ton, manor of see Stoke -next-Guildford
Stoughton,Stocton, Stoctona: fam.,arms of
(Ashtead) 48. 105; Geo., R. of Ash 45.102;
Gil. (Stoughton), his will 51 96, his w. Marion,
nie Bear dsley, and sons Laur., Ant., John
and Geo. 51. 96; Hy.de 42. 94; John, bailiff of
Byfleet manor 45. 65; Laur.,/7. 1522, and
lands in Beddington 52. 35; Laur., of Stoughton
Stoke, his dau. Sarah, aft. w. of Hy Weston,
q.v.\ Mary Ann, aft. w. of Wm. Fawssett, q.v.;
Nich. (Stoke -next -Guildford), Deputy-Lieutenant of S. 40. 42, M.P. for Guildford 39. 61,
his epitaph 43. 47; Ste. de 42. 93; Wm., R. of
Stoke -next -Guildford and V. of Godalming
45. 101. 102
.

Stoup, Saxon, Coulsdon 56. 136


Stovold, Mr. (Guildford) 46. 31, 34; Harry 46. 31, 34
Stow Maries, Essex, church of 52. 36

Stowbrigge see Stonbrig


Stowe, Sir Fra., and manors in Bucks, and Oxon.
51.91
Strachey, Strachie: fam.,arms of (Addington)
48. 74; Eliz., aft. w. of Barlow Trecothick,
q.v.

Strachme, John, Curate of Buckland 59. 38


Stradling,Sir Edw. 54. 99
Straker, Ernest, The intrenchment on Riddlesdown 42. 120-l;Leigh Hammer 39.46;77ze
so-called Roman snail in Surrey 46. 130; The
Vachery Ironworks 47. 48-51; his Wealden
iron,

reviewed 39. 158-9

Strang, Chris. (Oxted) 59. 62


Strap end, Saxon, Sanderstead 58. 114
Stratford atte Bow, Mddx., Abbess of 52. 39
Strathallen,fam.,arms of (Albury) 48. 87-91, 93
Stratton (Streatton) see Godstone
Stratton: Adam of 39. 78;Nath. (Weybridge)
39. 102
Straunge, John, Clerk of Works 45. 62
Streatham (Streteham):
commons 48. 137, 59. 2, 5-6; early history,
note on 52. 32; lands in 52. 34, 35, 38, 39;
manors: Leigham 51. 86, 88, 89, 59. 5-6, 9-10,
Tooting Bee 59. 1 -14, court rolls 59. 2, perambulation (1793) 59. 2-9; military assessment
(1805) 52. 62; parish registers 46.122;
reputed priory at Tooting Bee 59. 1-14;
Roman roads in 45. 116, 125-8, 136-8, 59. 5;

underground passages at

59. 10; visitation

(1724-5) 39. 100; wills of residents 52. 32-43


church: 59. 10, 14; bequest to 52. 32-7 passim;
burials in 52. 33, 34, 41; incumbent of see

Dean; parsons of see Norton; Woodcock:


rectors of see Aykerode; BuUock; TattershaU
places: Babylon 59. 5; Balham Hill 59. 4; Bedford Hill 59. 9; Bedford Hill Estate 59. 7, 9;

Bedford Hill Ho. 59. 13; Beke Field 59. 14;


Biggery Mead 59. 4, 8; Bleak Hall 59. 5;
Broadwater Rd. 59. 8; Cavendish Rd. 59. 5;
Charrington's Farm 59. 7, 13; Clapham Lane
59. 4; Convent of St. Mary 59. 5; Cowy's Farm
59. 7; Dragmire Lane 59. 4, 5; Drunken Bridge
59. 4, 8; Duke's Hill 59. 2; Fair Field 59. 2;
Falcon Brook in 59. 7, 9; Fishponds Rd. 59. 8;
Friday Grove 59. 4, 9; Graveney River 59. 6;
Graveney Rd. 59. 8; Grove Rd. 59. 9; Heaver
Estate 59. 7; Hidaburn 59. 7-9; Hide Farm
59.4,9;Holdense,lands called 52. 34; How
Lane 59. 8;Howmede 59. 8; Le Hyde field
59. 9; Leigham (Layham, Lime) Common
59. 2, 5-6;

Long Field

Bridge 59.

59. 4;

Merchant Taylors'

6,/>7.;Moorefields 59. 7; Mount


Ephraim 59. 4, 9; Nicholas, tenement called
52. 34; Percival Lewis Estate 59. 7; "The
2,

Priory" 59. 9; Roe Bridge 59. 6; "The Shrubbery" 59. 10; Streatham Common 48. 137;
59. 2, 6; Streatham High Rd. 59. 2, 5, 89;
Streatham Pk. (Thrale Hall) 59. 7; Tooting
Bee (Upper Tooting) 52. 38, 39, 59. 1-14
passim; Tooting Bee Common 48. 137;Tooting
Common 59. 4; Tooting Lane 59. 7; Trinity
Rd. 59. 8; Turnpike Rd. 59. 2; Wandsworth
Lane 59. 8; Wood Lane 59.2
Streend [sic] 52.46
Street, Stret, Streat:

Mr. (Chilworth)

46. 34, 37;

Rog. (Chipstead) 59. 42; Walt. (Horley) 59. 43


Street Cobham see Cobham
Stremer,Nich., Provincial Prior of the Province
of England 42.98
Streteham, Stretham see Streatham
Strickland, R. W., Hon. Excursion Secretary of
S.A.S. 53.36,84
Strike -a -light, Saxon, Mitcham 56. 117, illus.
Stril,Hy.(Horne) 59.57
Strode: Mr., at Loseley 46. 53;Hy. (Egham)
39. 91; Thos.de la, land in Cobham 58.83
Stronger Johan 52.49
Strudwicke,Hy.,R.of Alfold 39.83
Strumpshaw (Stromessaga, Trumeshah, Trumeshal), Norfolk 54.49,63,644
Stuarde see Steward
Stuart, P. R., see Clarke, A. J. and Stuart
Stubber, Stubby s: Nich. 52. 36,37
Stubbs,Mr. (Headley), schoolmaster 39. 94
Stubington, Jas. (Wandsworth), token of 48.30,
56.47
Stucco: on exterior of Saxon buildings 39. 108;
plaster-stucco at Nonsuch Palace 58. 10, pi.
Stucs.Rich.(Merstham) 59.47
Studdolph see Stydolph
Studlie, John, R. of Ockham 45. 45
,

Sturges, Edw. (Reigate) 59. 53

Sturmyn.John 51.93
Sturt: Mr., barrister 46. 45; Anne, ne'e Duncombe
(Albury) 48.80, 86: Ant., his w. Eliz., nee
Parsons 57. 15; Geof. (Chipstead) 59.42;Nath.,
sale of Wildwood manor (Alfold) 48. 96
Stydolph, Stydolf, Stidolfe, Studdolph fam .(Mickleham) 47. 3, 4; Sir Fra., of Norbury 45. 153, and
:

113

Stydolph, Stydolf Stidolfe, Studdolph-cont.


lands in Leatherhead 41.42-4;Sir Rich., of
Norbury 55.47;Tho. (Mickleham),//!. 1535
47. 3, 4, his w. Isabel 47. 3;Thos. (Mickleham),
his epitaph (1625) 43. 40; Sir Thos..of Norbury 41. 43
Stylus: Roman, iron, Ewell 48. 58;Walton-on-the
,

Hill 51.78
Stynte, Rob. (Ockham) 60. 57
Sudeley: fam.,arms of 46. 65;Barth.,and his w.
Maud 46. 66; Joan de 46. 64; John de,a/t.
Butler, John, Baron Sudeley, q.v.

Sudtone see Sutton


Suesson', Drogo 43. 102, 103
Suffolk: see Aldeburgh;Campsey AshjCanndishe;
Farnham All Saints; Herringswell; Horningsheath; Ixworth; Lavenham; Norton; Polstead;
Woolpit
Sulham, Berks., church of 43. 53
Sullivan. Vice -Admiral Sir Chas., Vice-President of S.A.S. 53. 13
Sully, Mrs., of the

candidate at county election (1826) 46. 57;


Chas. Rich., Bishop of Winchester. VicePresident of S.A.S. 53. 12. 37, 80.pl. II. Dorothy
M., her work on S.A.S. library 53. 55. 56.
organizes visits 53. 88; John Bird, Archbishop
of Canterbury, arms of (Addington) 48. 72, 79:
Martin, finds Roman material at Wanborough
57. 50; Rog. (Reigate) 59. 52
Sunbury,Mddx.,Kingham game at 44. 105, 129
Sundials: scratch or mass dials: Little Bookham
41. 122-3, />Z.;Ockham 45. 33
Sunningdale see Chobham
Surcoat, funeral, in Stoke d'Abernon church
46. 59-67, pis.
Surrey: ancient monuments in, list of 53.44-5;
ancient monuments scheduled in, list of
43. 123-4; Archdeacons of: Early Archdeacons
of S.46. 68-97, as rector and patron of
Farnham 39. 92; see also Barton; Billingsley;

Bronescomb; Luke; Mervyn; Watson;

Bailiff

see Parr; Bailiwick of, hunting in 43.2-13


passim; boundary with Kent 57. 72; county
histories, errors in49. 124-5;Deputy Lieutenants of 39. 55,.see also Elles; Evelyn; More;
Onslow; Parkhurst; Shore; StoughtonjHussey
drawings of in Bodleian Library 49. 126-7;
Joint Commissioner of Musters in see
Howard; Lords Lieutenant of 40.40-55;M.P.s
for 39. 51-64 passim, see also Browne;
Howard; Onslow; Poyle; military quota for
(1805) 52.63;Militia 39. 60; Militia Bill,
riots on enforcement of 39. 76,"parliamentary
representation in, notes on 39. 51-64; Protestation returns (1641-2) 59. 35-68;Rocque's
Map of 40. 65-77; Roll of the Tax of 1332
41. 99-109; Sheriffs of 39. 53, 54, 60, and
Royal Hounds 43. 3, see also Belitha; Devon;
,

114

Surrey and Kent Sewers Commission, map,


1820 59.6
Surrey Archaeological Society: annual meetings
1854-1953, list of 53.37-41;/! brief history
of the Society, hy A.W.G. Lowther 53. 1-34;
centenary volume 53; collections of antiquities and records 53. 61-77; excavations, 18541951, list of 53. 42-3; excursions and visits,
1854-1953 53. 78- 88; headquarters 53.13-4,
pis. XVI, XVII; inaugural meeting, 1854,
minutes 53. 26-34, 78; library, history of
53. 46-60; Museum at Castle Arch, history
of 53. 67-77; presidents and officers, 18541954, list of 53. 3 5-6; publications 53.24-5;
Rules, original 53. 6-9; Schedule of antiquities of Surrey first published by S.A.S. in
1913 53. 52, for later editions see Surrey
County Council; Societies "in Union", original 53. 9

White Hart.Reigate 42. 119

Sumerd [en?l see Somerden


Summers, Geo., huntsman 43. 11
Summerson, John, note on Byfleet Ho. 50. 102
Sumner: fam., arms of (Addington) 48. 72, 79;Mr.,

of

Viceroy of see Frithwald


Surrey, Earls of see Howard, Thos; War enne

Surrey County Council, its co-operation in


work of the Surrey Record Society 53. 100
Surrey County Council, Ancient Monuments

Committee, List of Antiquities in S., S.A.S.


invited to assist 41. 117; reviewed 47. 116-8;
4th ed. reviewed 52.96-7
Surrey County Record Office, Kingston 53.75-6
Surrey (West Surrey) Farmers' Staghounds
43.13
Surrex Quarter Sessions Records, Vol. DC, rereviewed 52.97;Order Book and Sessions
Rolls, 1659-61 and 1661-63, reviewed
43.125-8
Surrey Record Society: foundation 53. 74;
history of, 1913-1954 53. 96-101;the work
of 39.162,48. 162-5
Surrey Union Foxhounds 43. 10, 12
Surtees,R.,and hunting in Surrey 43.7
Sussex: fam. of Horton in see Horton; military
quota for (1805) 52. 63; Roman road to Portslade from London through 45. 116-39;
Sheriffs of 39.53,54,60
See also AllingtonjAshdown Forest; Bayliss;
Billingshurst; Blackdown; Brambletye;
Brighton; Crowborough; Durford; Easebourne;
Fernden; Fernhurst; Graffham (Grosham);
Hadlow Down; Hailsham; Hammer; Hartfield;
Hellingly; Horton; Imberbourne; Kitchenham;
Leaping Well; Lewes; Lion's Green; Lurgashall, Lythehill Farm; Mailing, South; North
Street; Pagham; Petworth; Pevensey; Plumpton; Robert sbridge; Roser 's Cross; Rudgwick;

Rusper Shipley; Shulbrede; Southwick; Stone


Cross; Sutton; Warnham;Wartling;Willingdon;
Wittering, West; Worth; Yaxton
;

Sutavilla, Rog. de 42. 98

Suthcote see Southcote


Sutherland, C.H.V., note on Roman coins from
Chatley Farm (Cobham) 50. 92-3
Sutherland- Leveson-Gower, Geo. Granville, 5th
Duke of Sutherland, President of S.A.S.

53.35

Fields 59. 83; South Metropolitan District


Schools 59. 73; Stone Cot Hill 59.70,84;
Strechereslond 59. 74; Sutton Ct. 59. 70;
Sutton (Sudtone):
Sutton Green 59.80;Sutton Lane 59.79;War(See also Cheam and Cuddington, parts of
nish Corner 59. 84;Whible Lane 59.77,79
which are now included in S.)
Sutton, London Borough of see Beddington;
bill heading of the Hound Inn 53.pl.XLm
Car shalton; Cheam; Sutton; Wallington
coaches 59. 72; commons, enclosures and
Sutton, manor of see Shere; Woking
field systems 48. 131, 143, 148, 59. 72, 80;
Sutton, Beds. 45. 63
history of, notes on 59.69-85, pls.;Hislory
Sutton, Sx., R. of see Denes
of the old villages of Cheam and Sutton.by
Sutton: fam.,arms of 48.72,78,49. 130;
C.J.Marshall, reviewed 45. 161; industries
Colonel of Militia 40. 48,49; Chas. Manners59. 71-2; jug, med.,from 52. 83-4, 85, illus.;
see Manners-Sutton;Edm.(Cobham) 39.89,
lands in 52. 45, 46, 47; manors 59.69-85
58.48;Edw., "a lunatic" 58. 71; Eleanor,
passim, court rolls 59. 76; military assessaft. w. of Rog. Leigh, <7.t;.;Jas., bailiff of
ment (1805) 52.61;parish registers 46. 122;
Cobham manor 39. 89, 58. 48; Rich. .bailiff
perambulation of (1793) 59. 82-4; pond, making
of Cobham manor 58. 48, 59, his w.Eliz.,
of 59.80;poor law at 59. 80-1; population
aft. w. of Geo.Bigley,<?.t>.,his sons Edm.,
in 1730, little communication with Cheam
John, Jas. and Jasper 58. 48; Thos. (Cobham)
47. 67-8; pound-keeper appointed 59.77;
58. 71, 75; Thos. (Crowhurst) 39. 90; Wm.,
trader's token wrongly ascribed to 48. 30;
and Byfleet Ho. 45. 72, 73, 50. 103
transportation, rail and road tolls 59.72,
Sutton and Cheam, Borough of 59.70
77-9; Vestry 59. 79- 81; visitation (1724-5)
Sutton Place see Woking
39. 100; wills of some residents 52.44-9

Suthmallingg see Mailing, South


Suthwarke see Southwark

churches: memorials in 59. 70; St. Nicholas,


alterations in 59. 81, bequest to 52.46,48,
Glynne's notes on 55. 110, curate of see
Dawborne, rectors of see Barnet; Eliot,
Rich. ;Keld;Kellett;Mervyn; Parry; Ram say
places: Back Lane 59. 77; Bakers

Balaam Lane

Cross

59. 82;

Bassett Lane 59. 69;


Bassettland 59. 69; Belmont 59. 71; Benehill
59. 69;

59. 74; Benhill Woods 48. 148, 59. 70; Benhilton 59. 69; Bishops Corner 59. 84; Blackwaters (Blakewatyry) 59. 74, 75;Bonhill Com-

mon 59. 76; Cat and Hannell Bottom (Corner,


Field) 59.83;Catchpole Acre 59. 83; The
Cedars Estate 59. 70; Cheam Lane 59.83;
Clensham Lane 59. 69; Cobs Crot Field
59. 83; Cock Hill 59. 69; Cock Inn 59. 71-2,
73; Common Field 59. 84; Court Lodge 59.70;
Cronish (Cornish)

59.

82-5;Eldeseldes

Fern Hill 59. 71; Frog Poole 59.84;


Gaddys 52. 46; Gander Green (Lane) 59.69,
79, 83; Great Green Hill 59. 84; Green Lane
59. 84; Green Shaw 59. 84; Greenshaw Farm
59. 70; Greyhound Inn 59.72-3, 76; Halemeeds
59.75;Half Closes 59. 83; The Hall 59.75;
Hall Farm 59.75;Hallmead farm 59.71;
Hawes Field 59. 83;Heggers 52. 46; Hop
Ground 59. 84;Hound Inn 53./>Z.XLIII;Kedeston 59. 71; Lay Corner Gate 59. 84; Little
Bassett 59. 69; Little Green Hill 59.84;
Long Seven Acres 59. 84; Manor Ho. 59. 70,
pi.; Manor Lane 59. 79; Manor Pk. Ho. 59. 70;
59. 71;

Merlin Pitt (Marlyngpite,Marleynpite)


59. 71, 74, 75, 82; Middildich 59. 74; Monks
59. 83;Northmede 59.75;01d-

Hern Corner

Farm 59. 70;Ottwey's Land 59.82;


Parsonsput 59. 71;Pilfords Bridge 59.84;

fields

railway station, old building 59.72,Z.;

Rectory 59. 74; Red Lion 59. 72;Robinhood


Lane 59.69, 79;Rose Hill Ho. 59. 71;Royal
Hare Warren 59. 71; the Rythe 59. 77; Six

Swaine,Swayne: Gil.(Reigate) 59.50;Hugh,


Deputy Clerk of Works and Byfleet Manor
45. 58, 59; Thos. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Thos.
(Reigate) 59. 52

Swallow, John (Bocking, Essex) 52.48


Swan, Swanne: A.C., Neolithic pottery from
Badshot long barrow 47. 90-2; Eliz. (Rotherhithe), token of 56.46;Theophilous (Reigate)
59. 53; Thos. (Nuffield) 59.49
Swans: Commissioner of enquiry into taking of
swans and cygnets in the Thames, etc. (Sir
J.Wood) 56.23
Swanton,E.W.,A ancient kiln at Hambledon
45. 141; Stone Age relics at Churt and Frensham 42. 109
Swasso, Baron (Epsom) 57.3
Swear, Wm.(Oxted) 59.62
Swetenham, John, his brass (Lingfield) 55.97
Swift, Swyft: Pet. (Lambeth) 51. 85; Thos., R. of
Puttenham 39.98;Thos.(Stockwell),will of
51.84-5
Sword-batten, iron, Saxon, Mitcham 56.117, illus.
Swords:
B. A.: Charlwood 55. 122; Farnham, fragment
49. 103-4, illus.
Saxon: Beddington 56. 134;Coulsdon 56. 136;
Croydon 56. 138; Fetcham 56. 141;Mitcham
56. 118-20, illus.

Swynbank, Brian (Southwark) 54.84


Sydall,Hy.,R.of Esher 45.111
Sydenham, Rev. E. A. .report on Roman coins
from Cobham 44.139
Sydney see Sidney
Sydney, Viscount see Townshend
Sydney Wood, reputed manor of see Alfold
Syere,Hy.le,R.of Puttenham 46.92
Sykes,Sir Tatton, "gentleman rider" at Epsom
44.18

Symon see Simon


Symons,Symmons,Symonds see Simons
115

Symonson, Ant., monk of Chertsey 47. 15


Syon Convent, in Isleworth.Mddx., bequest

to

52.42

Tadworth see Banstead


Dowse, q. v.
Tailor, Taillour.Tailer see Taylor
Tait, Archibald Campbell, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of (Addington) 48.64,71,79
Takel,Rich.43.87
Talbot: fam.,arms of 21. 23;Mr.,of Chart Pk.
46. 41, 45, 47; Fra., 5th Earl of Shrewsbury,
his dau. Anne,a//.w.of John, 2nd Baron Bray,
<?.i;.;Wm.,Earl Talbot 46.46
Talbot-Smith, Major A., chairman of S.A.S.
Visits Committee 53.36
Talew.Rob.de 43.96
Tallmen, Chris. (All Hallows, London) surgeon
57.15,26
Talworth, John 51. 92; see also Tolworth
Tamkins,of water supply system for Hampton
Court Palace 56. 10-11, illus.
Tandridge (Tanruige, Tenrugge, Tinregge,
Taill, Geo. ,alias

Tunrigge):
(See also Caterham in which parish former
parts of T.are now incorporated, and Home,
former parts of which are now in T.
grant of right of warren in 54. 58-61; meso.
finds 41. 68; military assessment (1805)
52. 61;parish registers 46. 122; "Pilgrims'
Way" in 41. 15; Protestation returns 59. 63-4;
Roman road through 45. 118, 120, 128, 130,
134,46. 125-8;tenement in 43. 93, 94; visitation (1724-5) 39.100
Augustinian Priory: 39. 90, 54. 61, 62; Prior of
see Lingfield, John
church: curate of see Cole; incumbent of
45. 100; priest of see Odo
places: Chercham 43. 93, 94; Eden Brook
45. 118,46. 125-8; Felcourt Wood 46. 128;
Green Wood 45. 118, 120,46. 125, 127;Shawlands Farm 45. 118, 120,46. 125-8; Tandridge
Hill 41. 15; Tandridge Place 40.77
[Tandridge] Tanruige, Tanrugge: Godfrey de,

subdeacon,R.of Ockham 45.44


Tangle, Rich. 42. 92
Tanhurst see Wotton

Tanner: John 42. 97; John (Cheam) 47. 82, his


boy 47.71; John, alias Cheesman (Tandridge)
59. 64; Rich., alias Cheesman (Tandridge)
59. 64; Thos., Bishop of St. Asaph 42.90

Tanruige see Tandridge


Tantone, John de 50. 157
Tanworth.John (Dorking) 58.56
Tapeto.Rich.(Titsey) 59.67
Taplow, Bucks., R. of see Curzon
Tapton, John 43. 59,60
Tardenoisian culture see Mesolithic
Taswell,Wm.,R.of Bermondsey 39.85
Tate: John 52. 39;W. E. Enclosure Acts and
and Awards (Surrey) 48.118-49
Tatnall,Tatnell: John (Cheam) 47.81;Wm.
(Merstham) 59.47
116

Tatsfield (Tatf elde)


dyke 57. 72-4; military assessment (1805)
52. 61;parish registers 46. 122;pottery,med.
60. 86; Protestation returns 59. 66; Roman
road at 40.99, 104,43. 115; visitation (1724-5)
39. 100
church: chandeliers in 47. 44; churchyard
44. 93; rectors of see Dye; Foster
places: Clacket Wood 40. 104, 44. 87, 92;
Clark's Lane Farm 52.31;Rectory 40.104;
Thrift Wood 40. 99; Westwood Farm 60. 86
Tattersall.Tattershall: Jas.,R.of Streatham,
lord of the manor of Chipstead 48.41,44;
John, R. of Chipstead and lord of the manor

39.88,48.44
Tatter shall, Lines, brick tower compared with
Farnham Castle 57.89-91
Taverner.Hugh le.M.P.for Kingston 39.59
Taverson,
52.41
Tax and tax collectors: Tax of 1332, Surrey roll,
account of procedures 41. 99-109
Taxe, Thos. (Char lwood) 59.40
Taylor Tay lour, Taylouer, Tayler, Tailor,
Tailer,Taillor,Taillour: f am., arms of
(Ewell) 54.118;
(Banstead) 50.117,122;

Cannon Hill (Morden) 40. 77; Dr.,


friend of Wm. Bray 46. 55; Mr., clerk to Wm.
Bray 46. 57w;Mr. (Sutton) 59. 82; Alice (Ewell)
Col., of

54.119, 123; Allen (Ewell) 54. 119, 123;Brian

Hope- see Hope- Taylor; Christiana Fox, aft.


w.of Dan. Lambert, q.v.; Fra. (Lingfield)
59.60;Geo.(Reigate) 59. 54;Hugh le 43.87;
Jas. (Blechingley) 59. 55; John 42. 91; John
(Nutfield) 59. 48; John (Reighate) 59.51;
Kath. (Southwark) 39. 100;Nich. (Reigate)
59. 53; Rob. (Blechingley) 59. 56; Rob., R. of
Coulsdon45.111;Rob.(Horley) 59. 44; Thos.,
his Survey of Ewell in 1577 54. 78-9, 102-23;
Thos.(Cobham) 58. 60; Thos. (Horley) 59.43;
Thos. (Lingfield) 59. 61 ;W., drawings by
56. 162; Wm. (Horley) 59. 44; Wm. (Leigh)
59. 46 ;Wm. (Lingfield) 59.61;Wm.le

(Ockham) 60. 60; Wm. (Reigate) 59. 53


Teddington.Mx., first excavations of S.A.S.
at 53.17; R. of see Hales
Teignmouth, Lord see Shore
Templar, Templer: Adam le.M.P.for Kingston
39. 58; Thos. le (Kingston) 43.121
Templars, Order of Knights, property in Dorking
54.71
Temple, Mr. (Farnham) 39.92
Templeman, John (Charlwood) 59.41
Temples, Romano-Celtic: Farley Heath 46. 1025, ///ms. ,48. 31-40, />/s.;Titsey 44.84-101
Tench, Tenche: fam., arms of 55. 25, John (Blechingley) 59. 54

Tenelhurst.Gervase de 43.93,94
Tenowes see Trenowth
Tenregge (Tenrugge) see Tandridge
Tenterden, Kent, church, "faculty" pews in
52.89
Terell.Terill: Rich., M.P. for S.39.52;Wm.
(Burstow) 59.39

Tergot see Tregoz


(Epsom) 39. 91; Hy. (TatsTerry, Terrey:
field) 59. 66; John (Burstow) 59. 39; John
(Warlingham) 59. 67; Math. (Egham), token of
48. 23, 56. 34, his w.Anne 48. 23; Rog. (Leigh)
59.46;Thos.(Oxted) 59.63; Thos. (Warling-

ham) 59.67;Wm.(Caterham) 59.64;Wm.


(Warlingham) 59. 67
Tesserae, manufacture of Cranleigh 45. 80, 94
Tessier, Baron de,and racing in S.44.21
Testards,fam., estate in Guildford 41. 125
Tester, John (Lingfield) 59.61
Tetcher see Thatcher
Teycern, John 42. 95
Thames, river: bridges of 39. 156; bridges at
Hampton Court 58. 79-86, pi.; Commissioner
for Sewers along, Commissioner for Enquiry
into the Taking of Swans, Justice and Surveyor
of Lower and Middle T.see Wood, Sir J.:
crossed by Coombe conduit 56. 4-5; Searcher
of Nets upon 45. 63
,

Thames Ditton see Ditton, Thames


Thampson see Thompson
Thatcher, Th etcher, Tetcher Dan. (Reigate)
:

51;Edw. (Reigate) 59. 54; Giles (Reigate)


59. 52; Thos. (Home) 59. 57; Wm., canon of
Newark, Curate in charge of Pyrford 47.23
Theatres and theatrical performances: Epsom
57. 27; London, visited by Wm.Bray 46.34-58
passim
Theckston,Thexton: Rob., Curate of Barnes,
59.

arms

of 50. 132;Ste.(Battersea),

tokens of

48.18,21,56.30
Thelvall.Edw., patron of Ockham 45.45
Therefeld, Brian de.and Pachenesham Manor,
Leatherhead 55. 7-8, 13, 14
Therrington, Nich. (Horley) 59.43
Thetcher see Thatcher
Thexton see Theckston
Thistlethwaite, Bernard, his The Bax Family
reviewed 45. 158-61
Thomas: brother, canon of Newark, Master of
Sandon Hospital 57. 75; son of Alan 43. 92;
son of Wm. (Southwark) 43. 106
Thomas: Dr.(Streatham) 59. 4; Mr. 46. 39; Gainsford, of Chobham Place 39. 88, 89; John, V. of
Maiden 45. 112;Rev.Math.(Ewell) 59.77;
Nich., his Guide to prehistoric England,
reviewed 58. 116-8; Nich.(Blechingley) 59. 55;
R.see Bennett, S.E. and others, A RomanoBritish kiln

mowwd;Sim.42.97;Wm.,V.of

Ewell 54.95

Thompson, Thampson, Tompson, Thomson,


Tomson: Baynald, priest 52.42;Geo.(Betchworth) 59.37;Geo.,M.P.for Southwark
39.63;Harry,of Leith Hill PI. 40. 69, 77;
John, Baron Haver sham, lord of the manor
of Chipstead 48.43; Jos., builder of Nonsuch
Pk.Ho.51. 132; Lawr., epitaph on (Chertsey)
43.43;M.W.,Date of "Fox's Tower", Farnham Castle 57. 85-92; N.P., excavation on
Monument Hill, Old Woking 59. 15;Rob. (Horley) 59. 44;Rob. (Reigate) 59. 50; Thos. Will.,

R.of West Clandon, formerly V.of Effingham


45. 104;Thos. (Guildford), token of 56.37;
Wm.(Cheam) 47. 78; Wm., R.of Ockham

45.35,42,45,46.139
Thorns, W. J., quoted 58.85-6
Thor,as a place name element 54. 138-40
Thor's stone see Thursley

Thorn, Thorne: John (Home) 59. 57; Thos. (Horley) 59.44; Wm.(Oxted) 59.62
Thorncombe see Bramley
Thorncombe: Geof.de 57.81;Rob.de 57.82
Thorncr oft, manor of see Leatherhead
Thorneham,Sir Rob. 52. 38
Thornhill:

fam.,arms

of (Banstead) 50. Ill, 123;

Anne, aft. (1) w.of John Wilmot, (2) w.of


Thos.Harris,o.y.;Sir Jas., picture by 42.5;
Sir Tim., Bart., of Barbadoes 50.111,123
Thornton, Thorneton: Mr.(Albury) 60. 76; Giles
(Reigate) 59. 53; Mich. (Reigate) 59.51;Thos.
(Reigate) 59. 53; Wm. (Mortlake) token of
48. 28, 56. 40; Wm. (Reigate) 59.52
Thornton Heath see Croydon
Thorowgood, K. I. (Epsom) 57. 19
Thorpe:
enclosures and open fields 48. 131, 135, 139,
143; lands in, belonging to Milton manor,
Egham 41. 49; manor, court rolls of, at Guid,

ford 39. 161; military assessment (1805)


52.61;parish registers 46. 122; visitation
(1724-5) 39.100
church: celure in 45. 24; chandeliers 47.44;
palimpsest brasses 40. 113-6;vicars of
45. 100, see also Ayscram; Crocker
places: Gorings Brook 41.48;Kimbridge
Close 41. 48; Norlands 41. 49; Trump's Mill

41.47,48
Thorpe, Thorp: Edm. (Nutfield) 59. 48; John (E.
Grinstead) ironmaster 47 49 Nich (Home)
59. 57; Ph.de (Leatherhead) 55.8;W.I.(Mitcham), token of 56. 40; Walt.de, and Pachenesham manor, Leatherhead 55. 8, 9, 14
Thrale: fam., brewers in Southwark 44. 19; Hy.
59. 6-7;Hester Maria, aft. Viscountess Keith
.

q.v.

Throckmorton, Sir Nich. 54. 98


Thunderfield (Thunder sfield) see Horley; as
place name 54. 19, 56. 157
Thurgis, Thos., and Batailles manor, Ewell
54.78,81, 100
horse breeder 44. 5;Edw.,
Thurland:
steward of Chipstead manor 48. 43; Sir Edw.,
M.P.for Reigate steward of Epsom and E.
Horsley 49. 124, 57. 7, 59. 50;
Thurlby, Rob., monk of Sheen 47. 20
Thurlow: Edm. (Merstham) 59. 48; Thos., Bishop
of Durham 50. 106, his dau. Amelia Anne,

aft. w.of Sir

Edw.Howorth,a.v.

Thurly, Geo. (Nutfield) 59.49

Thurnham, Kent 41.


Thurnham: Alice de, a/7. w.of Adam de Wending,
q.v.; Rob.de 49. 82; Ste.de, and Artington
manor 49.82,83,84
117

Thursley:
(See also Elstead, /orwer parts of which

parish are now incorporated in T.,and Haslemere,i'/o which part of T.has been incorporated)

as place name 54. 19; axes, tranchet. from


46. 103, 107, 110, 113; barrows on T. Common
42. 59, pi., excavated and found to be stabilized dunes 58. 87-91; Easter dancing 54. 18;
meso. flint finds 49. 6, 8, 11, 14, 16; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61: parish boundary
54. 138-41, map; parish registers 46. 122; pot.
Saxon 51. 152-3; Saxon finds 56. 145; Thor's
stone, or Cricklestone on T. Common
54.138-41
church: a chapelry of Witley 39. 102; discoveries at 40. 126;Saxon windows, etc. 39. 104-11;
vicar of see Wheeler
places: Critchetfield 54. 141;Hindhead 46. 110;
Kettlebury 46. 107, 113,49.6, 8, 11, 14, 16,
50. 1,3, 5; Three Jumps 54. 18; Thursley
Common 42. 59, 54. 138-41, 58. 87-91
Thwayts, Thos.,and his w. Magdalen, and lands
near Calais 52.36
Tichborne: Jas.(Frimley) 39. 83; John (Reigate)
59.53
Tichener Titchener Tuchener Hy (Charlwood)
59.41;Rich.(Charlwood) 59.41;Rich.(Horley) 59.44;Wm.(Horley) 59.44
Tichfield Abbey, Hants., Abbot of see Austin
Tickenhurst, Kent 54.65
Tickner: John (Burstow) 59. 39; Ste. (Reigate)
59.57;Wm.(Oxted) 59.62
Tijou, Jean, ironwork by 48.8-10
Tilburstow Hill see Godstone
Tilbury, Essex 43.92
Tile kilns see Kilns: brick and tile
Tiler see Tyler
,

Tiles:

Roman: Ashtead
(flue tile),

42. 82-4, 53. pis.

Ashtead made flue

Verulamium

43. 117-8,/)/.;

ned

;7/.s.

50. 94-8,

XXX, XXXI

tile

found at

Cobham, patter-

;Cranleigh,incl. pear-

shaped roof tiles 45. 93-4, illus.; Ewell


47. 98, patterned 57. 102; Farnham 54.50;
Titsey 44. 100
med.: monastic paving 42. 133; Ashtead
47. 66; Chertsey, encaustic, found at Abbey
Ho. 43. 49- 52, fragments 49. 116, pis., gifts to
S.A.S. Museum 53. 62; Newark Priory, glazed
and decorated, incl. circular Chertsey tile
40. 12, 14, 23-4, illus.
17th cent. hand-made roof tiles, Thames
Ditton 59.29,31
Tilford:
(See also Farnham, in which parish T. was
formerly included)
axes, tranchet, found at 46. 104, 105, 107, 108,
113; enclosures 48. 147; Romano -British
pottery kilns at Overwey 51. 29-56
Tillemans, Pet., picture by 42.

Tillier,Wm.(Warlingham) 59.68
Tillingbourne (Tillingbrook), river 41.28,44.67,
118

57.74
Tillingdown see Caterham
Tilt.Tvillt: Rob. (Burstow) 59. 39; Rob. (Leigh)

59.45,47

Timber-framed cottages see Cottages


Timbs, J.,.4 picturesque promenade round
Dor king, quoted 55.49
Times, The, reprint from, of note on the Mole
crossing at Burford 45. 146
Tin coin see Coins: E.I.A.
Tinker, Tynker: Hy. (Lingfield) 59.60;Wm.
(Burstow) 59.39
Tinregge see Tandridge
Tipping, Ichabod.V. of Camberwell 39.86
Tipsham (Tepham) see Dorking
Tirrell,Tirell see Tyrrell
Titchener see Tichener
Tithingman's wand.Ockley 49. 124
Titsey (Tytseye)
axe,neo.51. 141;boundaries 40.99,49.48;
earthworks on Botley Hill, for sighting (?)
49. 51-2; military assessment (1805) 61. 52;
parish registers 46. 122; "Pilgrims' Way"
in 41. 1-3,4,5,6, 15-9,44.49, 50-1; Protestation returns 59. 66-7; Roman road at 40.99,
43. 115-6;Roman villa 53. 20, finds from,
lent to Guildford Museum 53. 67, face-mask
from 60. 46-9; Romano-Celtic temple excavated 44. 84-101; "Saxon" stamps on Roman
tile 56. 145; visitation (1724-5) 39. 101
church: heraldic glass in 55. 34; rebuilt 40.69;
rectors of see Burstow; Darknoll; Reader
places: Botley Hill 44.50,49.20,21,27,30,45,
49,50, 51,52; Botleyhill Farm 49.21,23;
Church Field 44. 84; Church Wood 44. 84, 87,
91,92;Coldharbour 40. 99, 104, 105; Coldharbour Beeches 40. 97;Eastfield Lane
44.49, 50-1; Lodge Farm 41. 5, 15; Pilgrims'
Lodge (Titsey Ct.) 41. 15,44. 51;Pilgrims
Lodge Farm 44. 84;Pitchfont Lane 49.20-5,
46-54 pa ts im; Titsey Pk. 40. 69,41. 5,44. 50,
51, 49. 49, 50, 53; Titsey Place 44. 50; Toll
Gate Cottage 49. 21
See also Pitsey
.-

Tobbin,Reg.,his w.,her brass (Lingfield)


55.97
Toclive, Rich., Bishop of Winchester 46.71,72,
74

Todd, Tod: Mr.(Weybridge) 54. 144; John (Epsom)


57. 13;K.R.U.,his neo. research in E.and W.
Horsley 52. 11-23, A Neolithic flint mine at
East Horsley 51. 142-3; Rich., 'alias Windsor,
canon of Merton 47. 21
Toft, Mary (Godalming) 40. 44
Tokens see Traders' tokens
Toland, John, his Description of Epsom quoted
44.4, 57.9-41 passim
Toller, Thos. (Chelsham) 59.65
Tollett, Geo., and the Kvngham game window at
Betley Hall, Staffs. 44. 129, 130, 132, 134
Tolls, toll-gates and toll-houses: Hampton
Court 58. 84-6; Sutton 59. 77-9; see also

Turnpike

Tollsworth, manor of see Chaldon


Tolworth (Talworth):
enclosure at 48. 143; land at 57. 83; military
assessment (1805) 52.61;parish registers
46.118
places: Talworth (Tolworth) Lane 54.98
Tompkins, Mathias, token of (Maulden,Beds.,
wrongly assigned to Maiden, S.) 48. 27

Tompson,Tomson see Thompson


Tomsette, John (Lingfield) 59. 60
Tonbridge,Rich.of see Richard
Tonebrugia see Blechingley
Tongham see Seale and Tongham
Tonnet, Nich. (Wandsworth) 39. 101
Tooke,Wm.(Chipstead) 59.42
Tooth, Toothe,Toth,Towth: Alice (Kingston)
44.124;Jas.(Mickleham) 39. 97; John (Mickleham) 45. 154;Rob.(Reigate) 59.54;Thos.
(Kingston) 44. 105;Thos.,of the Old House,
Mi ckleham, courier 45. 153, 154;Thos.
(Streatham) 52.34
Tooting, "ingas" name 56. 145, 157
Tooting, Lower see Tooting Graveney
Tooting, Upper see Streatham
Tooting Bee see Streatham
Tooting Graveney:
Brethren of the Holy Cross at 57. 93; common 48. 137; lands in 52. 34, 35, 38; manor
46. 51, 59. 7; military assessment (1805)
52.61;registers: non-parochial 46.124,
parish 46. 122;traders' tokens 56.47
church: bequest to 52. 34, 37; chandelier in
47. 44; description of old ch. 57. 93-9, illus.;
Glynne's notes on 55. Ill, in relation to font
55.67, rectors of see Danbye; Fisher
places: Church Lane 57. 93; Franciscan Rd.

57.93
[John], antiquary 46.48-50 passim,
54
Topsell: Thos.(Horley) 59. 44; Wm. (Charlwood)

Topham, Mr.

59. 40;

Wm. (Home)

59.57

Torold,Rog.42.92
Torr,V.J.see Boorman,H.R.P.,and Torr
Totehill, local

name

of

mound

42. 32

Toth see Tooth


Toting, Totynge see Tooting
Totnes, Devon, Archdeacon of see Loughore
Tovey,De Blossiers.R.of Farleigh 39.92
Tower, Rev. F.E., governor of Abbot's Hospital,
Guildford 53.81
Tower Hill, Lord Abbot of, see London, St. Mary

Graces
Townshend: Chas., antiquary 46.

53, 54; Geo.,


1st Earl of Leicester 46. 53;Thos., 1st Vis-

count Sydney 46. 53, 55


Toy, Sidney, organises visits for S.A.S. 53.86;
The Barn at Ravensbury Park 52.84-7;
Winchester House Southwark 49. 75-81; see
also Younger, J. A. C. and Toy
Toynbee, J.M.C.,^4 Romano-British potterysherd with applied decoration from Betch
worth 56.160-1
Trackways see Roads: Pre-Roman
,

Tracy, Tracey: Mr. Justice, visits Banstead

39.84;OHver

de,

Archdeacon

of S. 46. 83-4;

Paul (Banstead) 39. 84, his w.,ee Moyes


39.84
Trade-cards 48.158
Traders' tokens: German, found at Compton

"Postman's token", so-called 48. 24;


Surrey, 17th century, history, and list to
additions and corrections to Williamson's
Trade tokens 48. 17-30, pi.; complete, corrected, list, with alphabetical list of tokenissuers 56. 29-50, illus.; two tokens, Clapham
59.90-1
Trades see Occupations
Tradescant, John, gates from his house at Camberwell 48.157
Tranchet axes see Axes: flint and stone
Transect method of excavation 50.4-8
Transport and travel see Coaching; Railways;
39. 150;

Roads
Trapps: Edw. (Reigate) 59. 50; John Geo. (Reigate) 59. 50

Travers, Mr. (Thorpe) 39.100


Trecothick,fam. (Addington),arms of 48.68,74;
Barlow (Addington, ),rf. 1774 40.77,48.68,
his w.Grizzel,wee Apthorpe,her monument
(Addington) 48. 68-9; Barlow, d. 1862, and his
w.Eliz.,wee Strachey, their monument
(Addington) 48. 74; Hannah, aft. w. of Jas.
Ivers, <7.v.; Jas., formerly Ivers,of Addington
Place 48. 69, 74, 75, his monument (Addington)
48. 75, his w. Susanna, wee Edmonstone 48. 69,
74, 75, her monument 48. 74
Trees see Cedar;Monkey puzzle; Oak; Yews
Tregoz, Tregoze, Tregos, Tregoos, Tergot:
fam.,arms of (Battersea) 52.70,72,73,74,
75, 79, 55. 36, pedigree 52. 78; Joan 43.54;
John, and Newark Priory 40.34-6;Mercy
43. 54, 55; Sybil, aft. w. of Wm., Viscount
Grandison, q.v.
Tregoze, Baron see St. John, Oliver
Trelond [sic, i.e. Frelond], Walt., R. of Ockham
see Freeland
Trenowth,Tenowes,Trenorsat: Rob., Prior of
Guildford 42. 93, 99
Trevatt, Mich. (Lingfield) 59.60

Trevor, Lord Thos. (Camberwell) 39. 86


Trinity College see Cambridge
Trion see Tryon
Triple, John de 43.101
Trivett.John (Warlingham) 59.68
Trotard,Hy.43.89
Trottesworth: John, Prior of Guildford 42.96;
Rich (Sutton) 59. 73-4; Rob. (Sutton) 59.74
Trowes (?), Lady Mary de 42. 94
Troye,Cath.,a#.w.of Thos., 5th Baron King
q.v.

Trunley Heath see Shalford


Truro, Corn., See of, arms of 48. 71
Trusler, Mr. (Farnham), farmer 41. 127
Tryon, Trion: fam.,arms of (Albury) 48.80;
Col., of Norbury Pk. (Mickleham) 40.76;
Chas., of Norbury Pk.39. 97;Wm. (Frognell,
119

Tryon, Trion cont.


Kent), his dau.Cath.,a/r.w.of Sir Rob.Godschall.^.w.

Tubman, Wm., Curate of Cobham 45.111


Tuchener see Tichener
Tucker: Mrs. 46. 51; Abraham, of Betchworth
Castle 40. 69, 46. 41, 47, his dau. 40. 69
Tuesley see Godalming
Tuff, axe of 50.135-6
Tull, Matilda (Streatham) 52.34
Tully.Tulley: fam.,arms of (Barnes) 50.128,
129; Hy. (Horley) 59.44; Jas. (Barnes) 50.128;
John (Horley) 59.43;Sarah,o#.w.of Sir Rich.
Hoare.y. v.; Thos. (Horley) 59.43
Tulse.Sir Hy., Lord Mayor of London, and Lady
Tulse, portraits of 42.2

Tumble Beacon see Banstead


Tumuli see Barrows
Tunnell: Rog. (Reigate) 59. 50; Thos. (Reigate)
59.50
Tunrigge see Tandridge
Tupper: John (Cobham), miller 58.60;Martin,
and Farley Heath 46. 10-25, 50. 150, lends
material for exhibition 53. 17

Turget,Wm.,R.of Dolton, Devon 49. 121


Turgis, Thos., M.P. for Gatton 39.64
Turill, Fra. (Cobham), token of 56.32
Turnell,Edw. (Reigate) 59.52

Turner, Turnner.Turnur: Mr ., antiquary 46.50,


53; Mr., of Hatchlands (E.Clandon) 40.76;
Mr., patron of Nuffield 39. 97; D. J., Excavations at Carshalton 1961 60.50-3;Mesolithic
implement from Sander stead 60.82; Roman
coin from Morden 60. 84; Edw. (Mickleham)
55. 56; Jas. (Horley) 59. 43; John (Blechingley)
59. 54; John (Caterham) 59. 64; John, of Stoke
Heath Farm (Cobham) 58. 72; John (Home)
59. 57; John (Reigate) 59. 51, 53; Jos.(Charlwood) 59.40;Nich.(Nutfield) 59. 49; Rob.
(Horley) 59. 43; Rob., R. of Walton-on-Thames
45. 105;Sally,a#.w.of Thos.Keywood,<7.i\;
Thos. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Thos. (Charlwood)
59. 40; Thos. (Reigate) 59. 50, 53;Wm.le,his
w.Agnes, wee Felbridge 43.93,94;Wm.
(Horley) 59.43
Tumour, Edw., 6th Earl Winterton.M.F.H.
43.12
Turnpike: Act, 1770 44. 50; charges 59. 78-9;
roads (Sutton district Reigate T. Trust)
59. 77-9, records of 59. 93; Trustees of the
T.46. 31, meetings of 46. 32, 34, 49; wages of

pikemen

59. 78

Turrey, Fra. (Horley) 59.44


Turstin, Sheriff of Hants. 46. 72
Tuttie, Jos. (Reigate) 59.53
Tweezers: Roman, bronze, Beddington 60.41;
Saxon, Croydon 56.138
Twickenham, Mx., Eel Pie Island 52.3
Twistleton.Twiselton:
52. 40; Gregory Wm.,
11th Lord Say and Sele 46. 53
Twopeny, Wm.,his drawings of Surrey churches
45.12,49.126
Twysden, Sir Rog.,his w.Isobella.wee Saunder

120

54. 81, 99, 100; Thos.,

and Ruxley manor

54.100

Tybenham,John de 43.89
Tydman,
Prior of Guildford 42.91

Tyillt see Tilt

Tyldesley, Rich.,

monk

of

Sheen 47.20

Tyle,Thos.,parker

of Byfleet Pk. 45. 57, 59,60


Tyler, Tylear, Tiler: Edw. (Gatton) 59. 43; Edw.

(Nuffield) 59. 49; F. (Gatton) 59.43;F.C,


his Geometrical arrangement of ancient
sites, reviewed 47. 116; John (Burstow)
59. 39; John (Gatton) 59. 42; John (Reigate)
59. 51; Lea (Reigate) 59. 53; Mich. (Chipstead) 59. 41 ;Nich. (Gatton) 42.43;Rich.

(Burstow) 59.39;Rob.(Chipstead) 59.42;


Thos. (Nuffield) 59. 49 ;Wm. (Reigate) 59.53
Tylley: John (Burstow) 59. 39;Thos. (Ewell)
54.108
Tylman, John, "Chaplain of Hermitage of Brookwood" 42.114
Tymperley, John, M.P. for Gatton 39.59
Tynker see Tinker
Tyny,Thos.,V.of Farnham 42.115
Tyroe, Mrs. Eliz. (Wandsworth) 39. 101
Tyrrell, Tirrell.Tirill: Ephraim (Betchworth)
59. 37; Fra., his brass (Croydon) 40.111;
Rich. (Stoke d'Abernon),will of 51. 92-3, his

w.Amy

51.93

Tysn.Adam

(Chipstead) 59.41
Tyssen: J.R.Daniel- see Daniel- Tyssen
Tyting see St. Martha's
Tytseye see Titsey
Uell, Rob. (Kingston) 44.115
Uil de Larun (Robber's Eye), Ace 42. 114
Ulceby, Lines., benefice of 46. 88
Ulvan,John (Wotton) 51.88

Umfraville,fam.,arms
Umfrid see Humphrey

of

52.72,75,79

Underhill: Arthur (Lingfield) 59. 60; Geo. (Ling-

John (Lingfield) 59.60;Nich.


(Lingfield) 59. 60; Thos. (Lingfield) 59.60;
Thos. (Tandridge) 59. 64;
(Lingfield)

field) 59. 59, 60;

Wm.

59.60,61
Under slaw see Cranleigh
Underwood: Edw. (Reigate)

59. 52, 54;

John

(Reigate) 59. 53; Pet. (Reigate) 59. 52; Rob.


(Merstham) 59. 47; Thos. (Merstham) 59.47;
Wm. (Ewell) 54. 121. 122
Unstead see Shalford

Unsted see Ownstead


Upgrove, manor of see Lambeth
Uprichard, Rich. (Tandridge) 59.64
Upton, fam. (Ashtead), arms of 48. 106, pedigree
48. 100

Urns, cinerary see Pottery, passim


Usk, Abbot of Chertsey,and Downe Manor 58. 53
Utterby,Lincs.43.56
Utworth see Cranleigh
Utworth, Sir Walt, de 57. 82; see also Otteworth
Uvedale: Thos. de,/!. 1361, M.P. for S.39.53;
Thos. ,fl. 1509 54. 83;Wm. (Titsey), M.P. for
S.39.53

beakers 56. 115-6, pi.


18th cent.: Epsom 57. 31, illus.
Victoria, Queen, arms of (Barnes) 50. 128, her
visit to Oatlands Pk. 51. 137
Victoria County History of Surrey, and the
Pilgrims' Way 44. 58

Vache.Vathe: Rich.de la 43.95, 99, 105


Vachell.Marg., epitaph on (Chertsey) 43.43
Vachery see Cranleigh
Vachery, Shere-, manor of see Shere
Vachery ironworks 47.48-51
Vahon.John (Blechingley) 59.55
Valence, f am., arms of 55.20
Valentine, Hy.(Titsey) 59.66,67
Valerian, Prior of St. Mary Overy,Southwark
46.72

Vanbrugh.Mr.

[i.e. Sir

of Frankpledge see Court Leet


Vignaux, G. A., note on Roman pottery kiln in
Alice Holt Forest 57. 101-2;.see also Bennett,
S.E., and others; A Romano-British kiln

View

mound

John], the architect

Villiers: fam.,arms of 52. 76; Geo., Viscount


39.101
Grandison,and Nonsuch Palace 58.5
Vancouver, Capt. Geo. (Petersham) 47. 113, 114
Vincent: fam.,arms of 46. 60, 66, monument
Vanderput, Lady (Richmond) 39. 98
(Stoke d'Abernon) 55. 110; Capt., friend of
Vanderyerthbrigg, Jerome (Ewell) 54.113,115,
Wm. Bray 46. 55; Mr., a clergyman 46.42,43;
122
Sir Ant. (Stoke d'Abernon) 41. 126, 127;
Vane: Geo. (Lingfield) 59.61;Rob.(Lingfield)
David, Keeper of the Wardrobe at Richmond
59.59
46.61;Sir Fra.,lst Bt. 41. 126, 127,46.61,
Vane, wrought iron, Ewell 48. 15
58. 49, his 1st w. Sarah, her tomb (Stoke
Vann see Godalming;Hambledon
d'Abernon) 41. 127, his 2nd w. Mary, nee
Vann (Venn, Fenne,ffamd), manor of see Godalm-

Archer 41. 126,

ing

Vardon,Thos.and his w. Maria Sophia, arms

of

(Batter sea) 55. 32

Vaske.Wm. (Bur stow) 59.39


Vassall,Wm.,and his w.Marg., arms

of

(Batter sea) 55.35

Vathe see Vache


Vaudrey, Turner, parish clerk of Wandsworth
39.101
Vaughan: John, patron of Ockham 45.45;Rich.,
Archdeacon of S.46.93-5,96
Vauxhall see Lambeth
Vaya,John de 43.100
Veale,Pet.54.93
Ven, And. (Blechingley) 59.55
Venables: John 42. 93;L.S.V.,his collection of

meso. flints 49.

6, investigates

meso.and neo.

sites 42. 109

Veneer, John, Curate of Haslemere 39.94


Venner,John (Home) 59.57
Verdon, Boutf lower, Curate of Batter sea, arms
of 52. 70

Vere: Anne, aft. w. of Sir Thos. Cobham,^.^.;


Aubrey de 51. 83w
Verge, Clerk of see Clerk of the Verge
Verger, Hy.(Burstow) 59.39
Verley,John,R.of Cheam 45.110
Verney,Ste., steward of Chipstead 48.43
Vernon: Sir Chas. (Farnham) 39. 92; Geo.
(Farnham) 39. 92
Verulamium see St. Albans
Verzeline, Jos.,glassmaker 52. 90,91
Vessels, bronze, Saxon: date and distribution of
bowls and cauldrons discussed 56. 105-8;
Croydon, bowl, cauldron 56. 106-8, 138, illus.;
Mitcham.bowl 56. 75-6, 104, illus., 58. 113-4
Vessels, glass:
Roman: Mitcham found in Saxon grave 56.115,

6, illus.;

Saxon: Croydon 56. 138; Dorking 56. 139; Godstone 56. 141; Guildford, beaker 39. 10, illus.;
53 .pi XXV; Mitcham, incl trailed cone
.

58. 49, his

dau.Marg.,a#.w.

Fra.,3rd Bt.46.66,
58.71;Sir Fra.,5th Bt. 39. 86, 100, his son
Wm.39.86;Sir Fra.,7th Bt. 40. 76,46.45,
51, 106; John 46. 34;Rev.Rich. (Chobham)
47.36;Rob.(Barnack,Northants.) 46. 61, his
w.Cath.,nee Semark 46.61,66;Thos.
(Swinford, Leics. ),fl. 1409 46. 61, 66, his w.
3oa.n,nee Barnack 46.61,66;Sir Thos.,d.
1613, 41. 43, 44, 46. 61, 65, his funeral helmet
(Stoke d'Abernon) 46.60,47. 84-7, his w.
Jane, wee Lyfield 41.44w,46.61,62,65;Wm.
(Gt.Bookham) 39.86
Vine,Vyne: fam.,arms of (Ash) 48. 98; Anne,
ne'e Manory.her brass (Ash) 48. 98; Hy., and
reputed manor of Formans,Ash 48.98;
John, his w. Joyce, nee Baynard 40. 113
Vineter,Wm.le 43.95
Violet, Thos.(Betchworth) 59.37
Visch de la Chapelle: fam.,arms of 40.114-6;
Rich.de (Bruges) 40. 115, his son Rich.
40.115-6
Visitation of Surrey parishes (1724-5) 39.83of Fra.Gavell,<7.^.;Sir

103
Vitriaco, Albricus de 43. 102, 103

Vivent,John 42.95
(Blechingley) 59.55
Volunteers, Companies of 40.47,49
Vyel, Pet. (Sutton) 59.73

Vokes.Wm.

Vyne see Vine


Vyrle,John,R.of Ockham 45.45
St. Lawrence, Caterham
48.157
Wachelestede see Godstone
Wachett, Ralph, monk of Chertsey 47.15
Waddilove,Mr.,Dean of Ripon 46.49, 55
Waddington, sub-manor of see Coulsdon
Waddington,Wadinton: Mr., friend of Wm.Bray
46.44;Fra.(Horley) 59.40
Waddon see Croydon
Waddon, Geof.de 43. 107

VJ.,CW., Bells of

121

Wade: Major A. G., excavates at Overwey,


Tilford 51. 29, 40, 44; Sir Guy 51. 96; Sack
on St. Mary's, Newington 39.150;
Thos., chaplain to Hy.Saunder 54.85
Wadham,B.B. drawings by 56.162
ville, letter

Wadinton see Waddington

Wagdon Common see Seale


Wages and prices see Prices
Waibridge see Weybridge
Waine, Wayne: Geo. W., note on St. Mary's
church, Newington 39. 150; Thos. (Lingfield)
59.60
Wainman.Rich.(Reigate) 59.51
Wakeford: Mr. 46. 31; John, of Netley Farm
(Shere) 41.1 (map)
Wakelinge,Wm.,R.of Blechingley and Alresford
(Hants) 45. 109

Walais.Waleys: Hugh 43.96;Ralph 43.96


Walbeff,Jas.42.92
Walcot, Mrs. Edw. (Lambeth) 39.95
Walden.Waledon: Hum.de, steward of Byfleet
45. 52; John, and Byfleet Pk.45.60,61;Rog.,
Dean of York, Lord Treasurer, and Byfleet
Pk.45.60,61
Waldingham see Woldingham
Waldis Walt de 43 93 94
Waldo, E.R. Meade- see Meade- Waldo
Waleton see Walton
Waleys see Walais
Walkeden.Wm., Curate of Leatherhead 45.112
Walkelin.Wauclin: Rich., baker 43. 103
Walker: Mich.(Tandridge) 59. 63; Mich. L.,
The manor of Balailes in Eirell and /he
family of Sounder 54. 76-100; T.E.C.: Beggar
Bush, Put tenham 49. 114; Cohham Court
45.152-3;Cobham: matwrial history 58.4778;77/e diary of Admiral Sir Graham Moore
of Brook Farm, Cohham 60. 63-70, Drawings o,
Surrey churches 56. 162, A MS from
Newark Priory 49. 116-7, Vincent Gavell of
Cohham 41. 126-7, Water supply to Claremonl
59. 91-2, 77;e White Horse Hotel, Dorking
54. 71-5, reviews by 47. 109-12, 56. 163-4,
57. 106, 58. 119; Thos. 52. 40; Thos. (Reigate)
59.51;Wm. (Charlwood 59.40,41;Wm., V.
of Limpsfield 39. 96
Walkingstead (Walknested) see Godstone
Wall,Walle: Mr. (Sutton) 59. 84; Rich., V. of
,

Farnham

42. 116;Rich. (Limpsfield) 59.58;

Sam. (Mi ckleham), attorney 45. 154


Wall paintings see Mural paintings
Wallace, Dr. Sam. (Carshalton) 59. 78
Waller Mich. (Tandridge) 59. 63
Wallett,Wm.(Horley) 59.43
,

Wallington:
chapel, ruined, used as barn 39. 84; coins,
med., found at Manor Ho. 42. 116-7; enclosures 48. 137, 146; land in, granted to St.
Thomas's Hospital, Southwark 50.168;med.
stone vaulted crypt 40. 123-5, illus.; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61; Saxon finds 57.103;
skeletons and bronze spearhead, possibly
Saxon 56. 148
122

church: Historical guide to the Church of the


Holy Trinity and the parish of H'.,by H.V.
Molesworth Roberts, reviewed 45. 162-3
Wallington hundred, the tax of 1332 in 41. 106,
108
Wallis: John (Oxted) 59. 62;Nich.,R.of Peper-

harow 39.98
Wallop, Thos., his monument (Home) 55.92
Wallpaper, flock, at Clandon Pk. 52. 56-9,/)/.,
method of manufacture 52. 57
Walls, Tom, his collection of meso. material
from Ewell 52.3
Walpole: Horace 46.47, 51. 135, 137; Sir Rob.,
hunts in S.43. 5, portrait of 42. 5
Walsh:
Esq., of Tanhurst Ho.(Wotton)

70.77;Mr.46.41
Walsingham: Frances, aft. w. of Sir Ph. Sidney,
q.v.

Walter: parson of Horley 43. 99;R.of Nuffield


43. 53; Prior of Newark 40. 35
Walter, Walters, Waters: Mr., of Bury Hill
(Dorking) 46. 44; Edw., of Bury Hill 40.77;
John, monk of Chertsey 47. 15; John, of
Busbridge (Godalming), M.P.for S. 39. 70,
71, 102, livings of 39. 85, 88, 92; John (Kingston), tiler 44. 104; John (Reigate) 59. 51, 53;

Thos. (Cheam) 47. 80, 82; Thos. (Reigate)


59.51, 52; Wm., monk of Chertsey 47.14
Waltham, John, Bishop of Salisbury, Lord
Treasurer, and Byfleet manor 45.60
Walton, Waleton, Wauton.Wautone: Gil.de 54.64;
Hy.de 43. 101; John de 43.105,54.60,62,64,
his w.Alice, wee Dammartin,/7. (2) w.of Rog.
de Clare, q. v.;Thos.de,fl. 1274 43.95,106;
Thos.de (Byfleet),/?. 1387 45. 59
Walton Bridge Green, Mddx., Saxon cemetery
56.145
Walton Leigh, manor of (in parishes of Chertsey
and Walton-on-Thames) 48.142
Walton-on-Thames (Waltham)

barrows 42. 28, 29, 30, 38,41, 56. 145; commons, enclosures and field systems 48.131,
135, 137, 142;Digger movement at 48. 134,
49. 122, 58. 70; the Kyngham game at 44.105,
124, 127, 129; manors: Walton 45. 63, 58. 64,

Walton Leigh 48.142; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; palstave, bronze 55.121;
parish registers 46. 123; pottery from St.
George's Hill 51. 144-7; Saxon cemetery
65, 70,

56. 145;traders' tokens 56. 47; visitation

(1724-5) 39.101
church: chandeliers in 47. 45; chapel of ease at
W.Molesey 39. 97; curate of see Carleton;
Glynne's notes on 55. 112; rectors of see
Gardiner; Turner; scold's bridle in 51.156
places: Anzac Mount 56. 145; Burwood 57.84;
Hersham (Hersome) 40. 77; Leigh Manor Ho.
51.156;Mudtown (Baker Lee) 49.127-9,
z'//s.;Pains Hill Pk. 40. 76,46.46, 51.134,
135, 58. 63-4, 69;St. George's Hill 48. 134,
49. 122, 51. 144, 55. 121, 58. 70, 106;Silver-

mere barrow

42. 29, 41; Spitilcroft 58. 64;

Windmill Hill 56.145

Walton-on-the-Hill (Wauton)
arrowheads from 58. 110;axes: flat bronze
58. 111-2, flint 58. 108,paleo. 54. 136;coin,
E.I.A. 48. 151; earthwork 50. 61; lands in
52. 35; military assessment (1805) 52.61;
parish registers 46. 123,47. 103;Roman
villas: Sandilands, excavations of 1948-49
51. 6 5- 81, Walton Heath, brooch found at
49. 108, excavations of adjoining area 51. 5763;visitation (1724-5) 39.101
church: rectors of see Copley; Kynder, Savage
places: Banstead Heath 54. 136;Buckland Lane
41.24,25;Chussex Plain 49. 108;Dowding
Castle (Rapley's Home) 44.77;the Hermitage 41.25;Pebblecombe 41. 24, 25; Pope's
Pit 43.pl. VI; Sandhills Wood 58. 108; Sandilands Rd., Windmill Bank 51. 65; Walton
Heath 49. 108, 50. 61, 51. 57-63, 58. 108, 110,
111-2
Walworth see Newington

boundary with Puttenham, "Beggar Bush" on


49. 114;enclosure 48. 144; excavations on
common 53.21;parish registers 46.123;
Roman site 57.50-1
church: curate of see Parker, John; Hussey
drawing of 49. 127
Wancon, Rich., priest 52.35
Wandle, river 42.17,21-4,45.138,49.46,56.51,
88,129,155
Wandsworth (Wanssworthe):
(See also Clapham; Putney; Streatham)
bequests to 39. 101; commons, common fields,
and open fields 40. 73, 48. 135, 137; Huguenots
in 39, 101, 102; lands in 52. 47; military
assessment (1805) 52. 61; registers: nonparochial 46. 124, parish 46. 123; traders'
tokens 48. 30, 56. 47; visitation (1724-5)
39. 101
church: vicars of see Arlbon; Bond; Edgley;
75;

Warblington, Thos. de (Tandridge) 54. 61. 62, 63


Warburton, J.R. 51. 156
Ward, Warde: fam.,arms of (Ashtead) 48. 109;
And. (Titsey) 59. 67; Rt. Hon. Edw., 8th Baron
Dudley and 3rd Baron Ward, his w. Diana,
nee Howard, her memorial (Ashtead) 48. 109;
Geo. (Tandridge) 59. 64; Sir John (Epsom)
39. 91; John Hext (Battersea), arms of 55. 33;
Sir Leslie, picture by 42. 8; Luke 54. 96;
Rich. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Thos. (Oxted) 59. 62
59. 49

Warenne, and tenement in Dorking 54. 71;


Wm. de, 1st Earl of Surrey, founder of Lewes
Priory 43. 84; Wm. de, 3rd Earl, his dau.
Isabel 46. 73;

Wm. de, 6th

Warewyk see Warwick


Warham: Edw. (Ossington,

Earl 54. 62

Dorset), his w.

59. 50

Warlingham:
boundary with Coulsdon

42. 120; enclosures


48. 144, 148; grant of right of warren in
54. 59, 60, 62; Local history records for

Calerham and Warlingham, etc., reviewed


59. 96; military assessment (1805) 52. 61;
parish registers 46. 123; Protestation returns 59. 67-8; visitation (1725-5) 39. 102
church: chapelry of at Chelsham 45. 109,
54. 131; curate of see Miller, John; Glynne's
notes on 55. 113, in relation to font 55. 67;
vicars of 54. 131, sec also Price; Redworthe
places: Court Bushes Rd. 45. 134; Crewse

Common 48. 144; Harrow Inn 49. 46, 48; Upper


W. Station 45. 134; Well Farm 45. 134
Warmothe, Marmaduke, R. of Rotherhithe 45. 114
Warnborough, South, Hants., chancel and parsonage of 46. 92
Warner, Wardner: John, R.

Wandsworth Common 59. 4


Wandsworth, London Borough of see Battersea;
Putney; Tooting Graveney; Wandsworth
Wanham, John 42. 97
Waningdone, Nich. de, R. of Gatton 43. 110
Wanstead, Essex 52. 39
Wantele, John 42. 91
Wantyng: John de 42. 92; Wm. 42. 91
Wapping, Mx., curate of see Russell

Warden, Thos. (Nuffield)

59. 52;

Pet. (Reigate) 59. 53; Rich. (Farleigh) 59. 66;


(Reigate) 59. 51
Warenne: fam., 57. 82, arms of (Ashtead)
48. 101, 107, 49. 130, connections with Reigate
39. 58, 52. 92; Hamelin de, 5th Earl of Surrey
46. 73; John de, 7th Earl 43. 95, 99, 105-6;
John de, 8th Earl 41. 107; Wm. de, lord of
manor of Betchworth 43. 120; Wm. de, Earl

Wm.

Frances, nee Saunder 54. 100; Wm., Archbishop of Canterbury, his father's tomb
(Croydon) 55. 81
Warley: Jas. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Wm. (Reigate)

Wanborough

Edwin; Griffith
places: Garratt Lane 52. 41; Johns Place 40.
Osier Grounds 39. 101; Parsonage 39. 101;

Wardner see Warner


Wardour, fam., arms of 52. 73
Ware: Allen (Reigate) 59. 52; Hv. (Reigate)

of

Hascombe

39. 94;

Mich. (Lambeth), token of 48. 27, 56. 40; Rob.,


and Poyle estates 41. 126; Vincent (Ewell)
54. 90; Wm., and manor of Parrock, Sx.
54. 89;

Wm.

(Farleigh) 59. 66

Warnham,Sx., tranchet axe from


see Harvey,

46. Ill; V. of
43. 13

Wm.; War nham Staghounds

Warrcupp,Rob., M.P. for Southwark 39. 63


Warre, John le, and Newark Priory 40. 35
Warren, Warrin: Chas.D., his History of SI.
Peter's church, Petersham, reviewed 47. 1124; Edm. (Kennington), token of 48. 25, 56. 37;
Edw., renovation of Byfleet Ho. 45. 73; Sir
Geo., of Fetcham Pk. 40. 76, 50. 158; John
Borlase, horse breeder 44. 6; Manuel (Tatsfield) 59. 66; Mary (Rotherhithe), token of
56. 46; Rich. (Blechingley) 59. 55; Thos.,
Curate of Pirbright 42. 114; W. T.,his survey
of manor of Milton (Egham) 41. 49
Warren, Right of, granted by charter of K. John
to Odo de Dammartin 54. 58-65; in Cobham
58.75-7
Warricke see Warwick

123

manor of 52. 35
Warton: alias Purefoy (Parfew), Rob., Abbot of
Bermondsey, Bishop of S.Asaph and Hereford
47. 16; Thos., R. of Chobham, Professor of
Poetry at Oxford 88. 89
Warwick, Warwicke, Warewyk, Warricke, Waryk:
Edw., V. of Bramley, Hants. 45. 97; John
(Guildford) 48. 158; Rich. 43. 106; Thos. (GuildWartling, Sx.,

ford) 48. 158;

Wm. 42.

98

Washford: John (Charlwood) 59. 41; Thos. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Wm. (Charlwood) 59. 41
Wast, Jas. (Lambeth), token of 56. 40
Water supply and drainage: at Newark Priory
40. 14-18, illus.; at Nonsuch Palace 58. 7;
to Claremont 59. 91-2; to Hampton Court
Palace 56.3-14
Waterer: Ant., master of harriers 43. 14; Gab.
(Blechingley) 59. 54;Nich., the elder (Ewell)
54. 108. 113, 122

Watergate, Ste. de 43. 106


Waterman, Wm. (Charlwood) 59.41
Water-mills, near Albury 58. 10b;
Waters see Walters
Watevill, Wateville, Watevile: Pet. de 55.

8, 10,

of S. 45. 102, 103;

Wm.

(Reigate)

59. 50

Wattell, Wattle: John (Reigate) 59. 51; Rich.

(Merstham) 59.47
Watts, Wattes: Edm. (Ewell) 54. 113; John (Sutton)
59. 80; Rich. (Ewell) 54. 116
Wauclin see Walkelin
Wauton, Wautone: see Walton
Waverley see Farnham
Way, Albert, his notes on the "Pilgrims' Way"
discussed 44. 52-4, 59, 69
Waybridge (Waybrigge) see Weybridge
Wayne see Waine
Waynflete, Wm., Bishop of Winchester, and
building at Farnham Castle, Esher, etc.
57. 87-92 passim
Weapons see Arms
Webb, Webbe, Webe: fam., arms of 52. 73; Col.
46. 45; Mr., solicitor to the Treasury 46. 39,
42. 51. 53: Alex. (Merstham) 59. 47; Edwin
(Sutton) 59. 77; Florence (Abinger), token
of 48. 20, 56. 30; Geo. Bish, first Hon. Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 1, 4, 10, 14, 35, 46, 47, 57;
John, and panelling at Poyle Pk. 59. 89; John
124

(Merstham)

59. 47;

Wm.

(Merst-

Wednall, Edw. 52. 49


Weekes, Jas. (Horley) 59. 44; John (Horley)
59. 43 Thos. (Reigate) 59. 50
Weild, Wm. (Limpsfield) 59. 58
Weir, Wm., report on condition of Ockham ch.
45. 20, 28

Weiss, Thos. 52. 42


Welbeck: Rich. (Sutton) 51. 89w, his will 52. 47,
his w. Marg., ne'e Colepeper, aft (2) w. of
.

Wm. Cotton, q.

his dau. Faith 52. 47, his


daus. Joyce and Marg. 51. 89, 52. 47, his sons
John, Rich., Wm. 52. 47; Wm. [or rather Rich.
v.,

Welcnested see Godstone


Welden,
niece of Dame Isabel Leigh 51. 59
WeUer: And. (Putney), token of 56. 42; John
(Horley) 59. 45; Wm. (Cheam) 47. 81, 82, 83
Wellesley,fl//fl.<; Wesley, fam., arms of 48. 70

1144 54. 62; Rob. de, d. (?)


1215, founder of Sandon Hospital (Esher)
56. 76, his son Rob.,rf. 1243, and his w. Alina,
n&e Sandford 57. 76, 77, 83, his grandson,
Rob., fl. 1258 54. 62, 57. 75-84 passim;Wm.
de 57. 83
Watkins: John (Dorking), token of 56. 33;
Pennoyre (Llandilo) 46. 47
Watling Street (Athelingestrate) see London
Watson: stained glass in Ockham ch. by
45. 32; Ant., R. of Cheam, his description of
Nonsuch Palace 58. 3-4; Frances, aft. w. of
Hy. Saunder, q.v.; John, of "Barrowshedges",
racing stables 44. 4; John (Gatton) 59. 42;
John, R. of Seale, Elstead, Frensham, Arch-

deacon

48. 20; Thos.


ham) 59. 47

51. 89

57. 83; Rob. de,/7.

(Blechingley) 59. 55; John (Horley) 59. 44;


59. 59, 60; Pet. (Sutton)
59. 75; Ph. Carteret, of Busbridge Pk. (Godalming) 40. 76; Rob. (Kingston) 44. 116; Rob.
(Rotherhithe), token of 56. 46; Thos. (Abinger)

John (Lingfield)

Wellfare:
(Lingfield) 59. 61; Wm. 59. 61
Wellington College, arms of 48. 70
Wells, Somerset: Archdeacon of see Apulia,
Simon de; Carleton; Cathedral, canonry in
and prebend of Warminster 46. 94
Wells, Welles, Waells: Mr. (Thames Ditton)
39. 90; Allen (Cheam) 47. 72, 82; Chris. (Reigate) 59. 50; Edw. (Nuffield) 59. 49; Edw.
(Oxted) 59. 62; Hy. (Lingfield) 59. 61; John
(Leigh) 59. 46; John (Reigate) 59. 52; John
(Sutton), brewer 59. 77; Rob. (Oxted) 59. 63;
Thos. (Cheam), churchwarden 47. 74, 78, 81,
82, 83; Thos. (Newington Butts), chandler,
token of 56. 41
Wells: old, Kingston 43. 122, pl.;E. LA. or Ro-

man, Ewell

50. 13-20, pi.; see also

Spas

WeUys: fam., arms

of (Banstead) 50. 113, 115;


Joan, aft. w. of John Lambert, q.v.

Welsch, Wm. le, M.P. for Blechingley 39. 58


Welton.Sir Thos. 51.92

Wem,

Salop, Pantulf, Lord of, arms of 46. 64


Wendeng, Adam de, and his w. Alice de Thurnham, and Braboeuf manor 49. 83
Wendlesworth, Wm. de 43. 101
Wendover: Mich. 52. 39; Wm. 52. 39
Wentworth, Sir Hy., his dau. Eliz., aft. (1) w. of
Sir Rog. Darcy, (2) w. of Sir Thos. Wyndham,
q.v.

Wercellensis, John 42. 98


Werying, John 51. 85
Wesclandon see Clandon, West
Wesley, alias Wellesley, q.v.
Wessex culture, possible connection with barrow
in Dearleap Wood 60. 8-9
West: Fra. (Lindfield, Sx., wrongly assigned to
Lingfield), token of 48. 27; John, Earl of
Delaware (Kew Green) 39. 95; John (Oxted)
59. 62; Rich. (Rudgwick), ironmaster 47. 49;

West cont.
Thos. 51.

87; Sir

Thos. (Beddington)

52. 35

West End Common see Chobham


West Horsley see Horsley, West
West Humble see Mickleham
Westbrook see Godalming
Westbrook, Westbrooke, Westbrooks, Westbroke,
Wesbroke:fam., arms of (Godalming) 50. 165;
Miss 46. 33; Mrs. 46. 31; John, R. of Alfold
45. 104; John, M.P. for Haslemere 39. 64;
John (Home) 59. 57; Rich. 42. 97; Rich.
(Reigate) 59. 52;Ultimus (Betchworth) 59.37;

Wm.51.96
Westbury, Wilts., Roman site at 57. 69, 70
Westcott see Milton
Westehorsley see Horsley, West
Westerham, Kent, Dairy (Deary) Farm 49. 128
Westhale, Wm. de (Cobham) 58. 51
Westley, Jas. (Burstow) 59. 39
Westmacott:
monument by, Beddington
55. 71; Rich., junior, monuments by, Battersea
55. 34, Ockham 45.38
Westminster, Mx.: Abbey: 52. 47, Abbot of see
Gervase, lands in Battersea 51. 89, monk of
43. 108, villeins of, taxation of 41. 104; Archdeacon of 43. 92; Bell Inn 52. 47, 48; prison
52. 37; Rocque's plan of 40. 70m; St. Margaret's

ch. 52. 47; St. Stephen's chapel 52. 45; Savoy,


hospital of 54. 84, Master of see Holgyll;

Says Alley 52. 48; Thieving Lane 52. 47


Weston, manor of see Ditton, Thames
Weston, Westona: fam., of Ockham 45. 3, arms
of 45. 23, 33m; fam., of Sutton Place (Woking)
45. 3; Mr. (West Horsley) 40. 76, 46. 33; Mrs.
Ann, arms of (Banstead) 50. 107;Chas.Hy.
Sam., R. of Ockham, R. of W. Horsley 45. 30,
46, 47h; Edm. de 42. 94; Hy., servant 51. 95;
Hy. (Ockham) 45. 2, 3, 34, 36, 45, his w. Sarah,
nee Stoughton 45. 36; Sir Hy. (Sutton),./?. 1558
39. 56; Hy., of Sutton PI. (Woking), d. 1592
52. 44; [Jerome], 2nd Earl of Portland, lord of
the manor of Sutton 59. 70; John de,/Z. 1369,
baker 52. 44; John de,fl 1371, breadseller
52. 44; John, Esq., fl 1458 52. 44; John (Ockham), d. 1483, and his w. Marg., nee Metford,
their brass 45. 34; John (Ockham), d. 1548
.

60. 57-8, 60; John, patron of Ockham, 1683


45. 45, 47m; John (Ockham),/7. 1710 45. 58, 61;
John (West Clandon),/?. 1431, M.P. for S.
39. 52, 53; John, of Sutton Place (Woking)
39. 102; Pet. (Merstham) 59. 48; Sir Rich., of
Sutton Place (Woking), d. 1542, will of 52.44,

Anne and son Fra. 52. 44, his dau., aft.


Rogers, q.v.; Sir Rich., of Sutton Place,/?.
1606, patron of Ockham 45. 45; Sir Rich., of
his w.

Sutton Place,./7. 1622 39. 96, 51. 101; Mr.


[Ste.], antiquary 46. 53; Thos., and Pachenesham manor (Leatherhead) 55. 12, 15; Thos.
(Sutton) 59. 70; Wm.de 42.93, 95; Wm.de,
collector of the tax of 1332 41. 99, 101; Wm.,
/Z.1409, breadseller 52.44; Wm.,//. 1447,
M.P. for S.39. 52; Wm., patron of Cobham
39. 89; Wm. of (Leatherhead) 55. 15; Wm.

(Ockham), fl.c. 1480 45. 34; Wm., R.of


Ockham, V. of Cobham,/?. 1683 45. 45, 47m
Weston Gomshall, manor of see Albury
Weston Wood see Albury
Westpurle: John de 42. 94, 95; Thos. de 42. 95
Westwode: Alicia de 42. 98; John de 42. 97

Wethered.Thos. (Byfleet) 39. 86


Wethersby, Thos. (Reigate) 59. 52
Wetton, J. L. and N. L., Surrey 1 7th-century
traders' tokens 56.29-50
Wetwang, Yorks. 46. 88
Wexcombe, John, his brass (Ockham) 45. 35
Wey, river, meso. sites along 46. 113; old bridges
of 39. 156; "Pilgrims' Way", alternative
crossings 44. 68-9

Wey and Arun Canal

47. 49

Weybridge (Waibrigge):
B. A. implements from
horse breeding

48. 135;

49. 100-2; field system


at 44. 7; market,

charter of 45. 48; military assessment (1805)


52. 61; monument on green 54. 143-5; registers: parish 46. 123, Roman Catholic 46. 123;
visitation (1724-5) 39. 82, 102
church: chandelier in 47. 46; epitaph in 43. 45;
Glynne's notes on 55. 114, in relation to font
55. 67; rectors of see Hutchinson; Nottingham;
Smith, Hy.
Oatlands: 40. 75, 45. 65, 70, 49. 100, 54. 144-5;
the grotto 51. 134-40, pis.
other places: Dorney Ho. 45. 70, 49, 124; Ham
Haw 40. 75; Portmore Pk. 49. 125; St. Anne's
Hill, grotto 51. 134; Ship Inn 54. 143, 144
Whalley, Pet. 54. 133
Whatman, Wm. (Merstham) 59. 48
Whatmore, h.E.,John Griffith, Vicar of Wandsworth 49. 121-2
Whattingdon (Waddington) see Coulsdon
Whealler, Alf L., his Cradle of a great corporation, reviewed 44. 160-1
Wheatley:
jockey 44. 10, 17; Rich. (Reigate)
59.50
Wheeler, Wheler, Whelar: Addison J.,V.of
Thursley 39. 106, 107; Chris. (Home) 59. 57;
Chris. (Leigh) 59. 45, 47; Hy. (Leigh) 59. 45;
John (Betchworth) 59. 37; John, keeper of
Byfleet Pk. 45. 65; John (Stoke-next-Guildford),
.

his

wiU

51. 94, his w. Isabel 51. 94; Rich., of

Burghett and Grovelands (Leigh) 39. 146;


Thos. (Leigh) 59. 46
Wherton, Leonard, V. of Farnham 42. 116
Wherwell, Hants., Benedictine nunnery of 46. 90
Whetill, Whetelle: Mr. 51. 90, 91; Rich. 47. 28
Whetstones: B. A.:Churt 47. 90, Wotton 60. 7, 1113, illus.; Roman: Puttenham 57. 70, Sanderstead 58. 39; Saxon: Guildford 39. 32-3, illus.,
56.141-2
Whicenden, Thos. (Crowhurst) 59. 56
Whiffin, Whiffinge: John (Chelsham) 59. 65; Nich.
(Woldingham) 59. 68; Rich. (Farleigh) 59. 66
Whimster, D.C., notes on Guildown massacare
39. 49; his Archaeology of Surrey, reviewed
40. 127-9
Whinhed, Thos. 52. 41
125

Whitacre, Sir Edw., Admiral (Carshalton) 39. 87


Whitbread, Whytebrede: June (Kingston) 44. 128,
129; Sam., and Polesden Lacey 50. 163
White, Whyte, Wyte, Wight: fam., of Braboeuf

manor (Artington), arms of 49. 83, 84, 85,


visited by Pepys 50. 167; fam. (Farnham)
45. 150-1; Mr., of Brayboeuf 39. 93; Mr., of
Weybridge, designer of Hampton Court
bridge 58. 81; widow (Chessington) 41. 38;
Alb., of

Braboeuf

49. 83;

Edw. (Home)

59. 58;

Fra. (Merstham) 59. 48; Geo. (Epsom)


51. 118; Hy. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Hy. (Caterham) 59. 65; Hy. (Reigate) 59. 53; J. E. M.,
his Anthropology, reviewed 54. 147-8; Jas.
(Burstow) 59. 39; Jas. (Kingston), tokens of
48. 26, 27, 56. 38-9; John, of Braboeuf 49. 83,
84, his w. Agnes, nee Kemp 49. 83; John, M.P.
for Southwark 39. 62; Nich. (Home) 59. 58;
Nich., canon of Newark, Curate of W. Molesev
47. 23; Pet. (Mortlake), token of 56. 41; Rice
49. 83; Rich., Queen's Cup- maker 45. 151;

Rob. (Aldershot) and reputed manor of Formans (Ash) 48. 98;Thos. 52. 41; Thos., name
on brass in Beddington ch. misread as, by
Aubrey 40. 108; Thos. (Charlwood) 59. 40;
Sir Thos., of Waverley (Farnham) 59. 90;
Thos. (Gatton) 59. 43; Thos. (Reigate) 59. 52;
Walt. (Reigate) 59. 50;

Wm.

le,

of

Oxdown

(Stoke d'Abernon) 58. 71


Whitechapel, Mx., church 52. 37, 39
Whitehead, Whitehed: Miss Fanny (Guildford)
46. 34; Thos., Curate of Thames Ditton 45. 112
Whitehill Camp see Blechingley
Whitfield, Whitfelde, Whytefield:
(Ewell)
54. 117; John (Ewell) 54. 119,120, 123; Rob.
(Charlwood) 54. 84
Whitgift, Archbishop, his tomb (Croydon) 55. 81
Whitgift Foundation see Crovdon
Whiting, Edw. (Oxted) 59. 63
Whitley, A. E., Hon. Secretary of S.A.S. 53. 36
Whitmoor Common see Worplesdon
Whitmore: fam., arms of 52. 76; Marg., aft. 2nd
w. of Sir John St. John, 1st Bt., q.v.
Whitney, Hy., his w. Anne, nee Saunder 54. 96
Whitshed, Lady Hawkins- see Hawkins- Whitshed
Whittow, Ben. (Holborn), copper-plate maker
48. 158
Whodwird, Rob. 42. 22; see also Woodward
Wholey (Hooley) see Coulsdon
Whyllas, Wm. (Caterham) 59. 64
Whyte see White
Whytebrede see Whitbread
Whyteby, John (Sutton) 59. 73
Whytefield see Whitfield
Wibbandun see Wimbledon
Wicken, John (Thames Ditton) 39. 90
Wickendeane,Thos. (Tandridge) 59. 63
Wickham, West, Kent 43. 61-5, 71, 81, 47. 98

'

Wickham, Wykeham: John, parson of Mapledurham 46. 97; Nich. (Leigh) 59. 46; Nich.,
Archdeacon of Norwich 46. 96, 97; Sam.,
Curate of Pirbright 42. 114; Wm., Bishop
Winchester 46. 71, 95, 96, and Farnham
126

of

Castle 57. 88, and tenements in Mickleham


3, arms of (Cranleigh) 39.152
Wickhurst see Cranleigh
Wicks, fam., arms of (Albury) 48. 95; Hy., his
memorial (Albury) 48. 95
Wield, Hants., church 40. 31
Wight see White
Wignall: Sir Edw. (Tandridge) 59. 63; John
(Limpsfield) 59. 58
Wigsdell, Wm. (Clapham) 59. 90
Wigzell, Mr. and Mrs. 46. 57
47.

Wildman, Wm., horse breeder 44. 6, 7, 8, 9


Wildwood, manor of see Alfold
Wilehal, John de 57. 77
Wilford, Wm., the elder, merchant tailor (London) 52.38
Wilkeson, Wm. (Lambeth), token of 56. 40
Wilkins: Blanche (Ewell) 54. 109, 110, 122;
Emerie (Charlwood) 59. 40; John (Charlwood)
59. 40; Nich. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Rich. (Ewell)
54. 109; Thos. (EweU) 54. 116, 122
Wilkinson, Mr., plans for new bridge at Cobham
58.65
Wilks, G. W. (Croydon), rescues objects from
Saxon graves at Mitcham 56. 55, 72, 73, 114
Willard: Ben (Charlwood) 59. 40; Jas. F., The
Surrey Roll of the Tax of 1332 41 99-109;
Rob. (Charlwood) 59. 40
Willesden, Mx. 52. 39
.

Willet, Jas.

(Home)

59. 58

Willey see Farnham


Willfard, Rich. (Oxted) 59. 62
William IH, King, hunts in S. 43. 4
William, Duke of Gueldres, and Byfleet manor
45.60
William: clerk 43. 103; Master of Sandon Hospital 57. 84; Master of St. Thomas' Hospital,
Southwark 43. 104; priest of Dorking 43. 96;
Prior of St. Mary Overy, Southwark 43. 107;
son of Fulchered 43. 105; V. of Camberwell

43. 103; the Vintner (Southwark) 43. 87, 95,


his son, Thos. 43. 106; of York, R. of Gatton

43.88-91, 108-12
William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland 39. 75
William Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh 40. 66, 67
Williams, Willyams: fam., arms of (Battersea)
55. 36; And. (Horley) 59. 45; Bridget, aft. w. of
Rob. Hodgkinson, q.v.; Edw. (Crowhurst)
59. 56; Hy. 47. 21; Mrs. Hwfa, of "Coombe
Springs" (Coombe) 56. 3; John (Blechingley)
59. 55; John (Lingfield) 59. 61; John (Merstham) 59. 47; John (Tooting), token of 56. 47;

Medieval inscription at Merstham


Church 48. 154, S/ .Katherine 's Church.
Merstham: restoration of chancel 40. 117. 8;
R. (Epsom) 57. 40; Rog. (Horley) 59. 45;
Thos., Speaker 39. 65; Thos., steward of
Epsom races 44. 12, 13; Admiral Sir. Thos.
(Cobham) 60. 65; Thos. (EweU) 39. 92; Wm.,
R. of Burstow 45. 109; Wm. (Horley) 59. 44;
Wm. R. of Ockham, R. of Byfleet 45. 45, 47w
Williams, Lord, of Thame, badge of (Ockham)
LI. E.,

Williams: Lord cont.


45.23
Williamson: F., note on Bury collection of
flints 57. 100; G. C, and move of S.A.S. museum to Guildford 53. 64, Trade tokens issued in /lie seventeenth century, basis of
article by J. L. and N. L. Wetton 56. 29-50;
Rich., V. of E well 54.95
Willimot see Wilmot
Willingdon, Sx., V. of see Stevenson, Edw.
Willis: Dr. 46. 55; Mr. 46. 53, 55; Browne, antiquary 54. 133; Cloudesley S.,The banqueting
house of Nonsuch 41. 127, Earthwork in
Ewell and Cuddington 42. 117- 8, Ewell Grove
45. 155, Ewell parish documents 42. 120,
Ironwork in Epsom and Ewell 48. 8-16, Old
houses in Epsom, Ewell and Cuddington
51. 110-33, Old workshop at Ewell 48. 159,
Saxon burials at Ewell 41. 122, Two Epsom
houses 45. 154, his History of Ewell and Nonsuch, reviewed 40. 130; Hy. (Ewell), whitesmith 48. 159, 160; John O. (Ewell) 51. 128;
Rich., Bishop of Winchester, visitation articles of, answers to, from Surrey parishes
39. 82-103;Wm. (Gt.Bookham) 51. 108; see
also

Why lias

Willmer, John (Egham), token of 56. 34


Willoughby, Wylughby: Lucy, aft. (1) w. of Sir
Thos. Huscarle, (2) w. of Sir Nich. Carew,
q.v.;Vh. de (Byfleet) 45. 50
Wills: Surrey wills in Prerogative Court of
Canterbury, Pt. I 51. 82-96, Pt. II 52. 32-49;
of Arthur Ormsby (1467) 43. 55-60; of John
Cordray (1541) and Hy. Mann (1556) 47. 27
Wilmington, Earl of see Compton
Wilmot, Willimot: fam.,arms of (Banstead)
50. 109, 123, (Battersea) 50. Ill, 117, 118;

Mr. (Banstead), a Spanish merchant 39. 84;


Anne, aft.w.ot Edw. Lambert, q.v.;Eliz.
(Banstead) 50. 109, 123; John, and his w. Anne,
nee Thornhill 50. Ill, 123; Mary, aft. w. of
Sir Dan. Lambert, </.;>.; Rob. (Banstead)
50. 123;
56. 46;

Thos. (Shalford), token of 48. 24,

Wilmot's Charity (Banstead) 39. 84


Wilpley, Mr. (Guildford), apothecary, and his
w. 46. 31-42 passim
Wilson, Willson: Chris., and racing in S.44.21;
Edw., V. of Camberwell 39. 86; Hy. (Farleigh)
59. 66; Rich., and racing in S. 44. 21; Ste.
(Tandridge) 59. 63; Thos. (Leigh) 59. 46; Wm.
(Cheam) 59. 78; Wm. (Tandridge) 59. 63
Wilson Haffenden, J. see Haffenden
Wiltshire: see All Cannings Cross; Calne;
Cliffe-Pipard; Salisbury; Westbury
Wimble, Wm. (Newington Butts), token of 56. 41

Wimbledon (Wymbildon, Wynbultyn,

(?)

Wibban-

dun):

arrowhead from

58. Ill; barrows 42. 27, 30,


34, 56. 148; battle of "Wibbandun" 56. 156,
57. 73; common 48. 138; copper mills 40. 73;
hunting in 43. 4, 8; lands in 52. 39; manor, outlying land of 39. 148; meso. site on Common

assessment (1805) 52. 61;


Militia reviewed by George ETI 40. 47; parish
registers 46. 123; racing at 44. 6; trader's
52. 3; military

token 56. 48
church: rectors of 45. 100; see also Hartforde
places:

Wimbledon Common 42. 27, 30,


Wimbledon Pk. 40. 75

34,

48. 138, 58. Ill;

Wimbledon, Viscount see Cecil, Edw.

Wimbledon Museum, additions to 41. 137


Winbolt, S. E., excavates on Farley Heath 46. 12,
14, 23; excavates Stane St. at Holmwood
43. 116-7; excavations by 53. 43; organizes
excursions 53. 85;Anstiebury Camp 45. 145;
Cremation trenches near Pea slake 40. 117;
Discoveries at Gatton Park House 42, 121-2;
The Eashing burials 44. 149-52;Excavations
at

Hascombe Camp, Godalming

40. 78-96;

Farley Heath, Roman-Celtic temple site


46. 129; Inhumation burials at Eashing 40. 118
20; Roman pack saddle 46. 130;/1 Roman site

Ewhurst 44. 147;Stane Street 46. 130;


Stane Street at Woodcote Park 44. 146;S/ae
Street in Redlands Wood 44. 140-3; The
Surrey flail 41. 127; his Wealden glass, reviewed 42. 126-9; his With a spade on Stane
Street, reviewed 44. 164-6; see also Hart,E.
and Winbolt
Winbolt, S.E. and Margary, I.D.,Drv Hill Camp,
Lingfield 41.79-92
at

Winch: Hy., of Weston Manor Farm (Thames


Ditton) 59. 33; John (Reigate) 59. 51
Winchester, Hants.: Cathedral, bequests to
51. 87, 92, 93, 94, 52. 33, 34, 46, chandeliers
in 47. 36; friars minor of 43. 54; Hyde Hospital 43. 54; Parker Certificate of 45. 97;
The Pilgrims' Way at 44. 78-80; St. Mary

Magdalene Hospital

43. 54; St. Petroc ch.,R.


of see Peter; St. Swithun Hospital 43. 54; St.
see
Waleric ch., R. of
John; Wolvesey, clerks
of, bequest to 43. 54
Winchester, Archdeacons of see Hugh; Philip;

Ralph
Winchester, Bishops

of:

and Newark Priory

40. 31, 38; list of 46. 70-1; manorial accounts


57. 86-92; town house at Southwark 49. 75-81;
see also Bilson; Blois;Edingdon; Fox; Gar-

diner; Giffard; Lucy; Lusignan; Merewell;

Morley; Pontissara; Raleigh; Roches; Rupibus; Sumner; Toclive; Waynflete; Wickham,


Willis; Wolsey
of, arms of 50. 109, at Cranleigh 39. 152; Official of 43. 89-91, 108-10,

Winchester, See

46.89
Winchester, Wynchester: Barth., Abbot of
Chertsey 58. 53; Edw. (Blechingley) 59. 55;
John (Horley) 59. 45; John (Home) 59. 57;
Raimund de, alias Wintburn 43. 101, 102;
Rich. (Horley) 59. 43;

Wm. 42.

91

Winchester House see Southwark


Wind-blown sand deposits 50. 1-3
Windlesham:
coaching at Bagshot 46. 7; enclosures 48. 143;
military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish
127

Windleshamcont.
registers 46. 123; trader's token 48. 20,
56. 30; visitation (1724-5) 39. 102
church: rectors of see Hill; Pigott
places: Bagshot Pk. 40. 67, 75; Broomhall
Priory 57. 84
Windows: east window of 7 lights, Ockham ch.
45. 10-3; lancet and quatrefoil, Blechingley
ch. 54. 66-7, pi; rose, Winchester Ho., Southwark 49. 75-8, illus.; Saxon, Witley and
Thursley chs. 39. 104-11, illus.; unusual
shape, Ockham and West Horsley 45. 18-9
Windsor, Wyndsor: Rich.,a/t'as Todd, q.v.\ Thos.

52.45

Windsor Forest, extent of 58. 50; hunting in


43. 2, 3; Keeper of see William Henry
Wing, Tycho, his survey of the manor of Mickle-

ham 55. 47
Winnall, Hants. 44. 79

barrows

40. 56, 59, 61, 63, illus., 42. 31, 41,


42; B.A. perforated implement of diorite
50. 138; common 48. 138; manor 60. 56; mili-

tary assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers 46. 123; place-names, minor, in Ockham
and Wisley 60. 54-62; pottery, neo. 60. 10;
visitation (1724-5) 39. 102
church: rector of see Robinson
places: Blue Ride (Brewridon, Brewroyd,

Brewesruden) 60. 56; Cockcrow Hill 42. 31,


41, 42; Foxwarren Pk. 42. 41; Wisley Common
40. 56,59,61,63,48.138
Witherby.C. Thos., Stane Street in Clapham

Wockyng, Thos., Prior

of

Guildford 42. 93

Wodden see Wooden


Wode see Wood
Wodecok see Woodcoke
Wodeham, Jas. de 58. 69
Wodehouse, Rt. Hon.Edm.R.,

his w. Adela, ne'e

Witley:

from 52. 80; barrows 42. 60; coins,


52. 83. 57. 101: collection of deeds

axe, neo.,

purchased by S.A.S.39. 161; manor


52; military assessment (1805) 52.

Wodeloc see Woodlock


Wodelond, Barth.

42. 92

Wodmanstorne see Woodmansterne


Wognershe see Wonersh
Woking (Wokkynge, Okynge):
axe, flint, from 55. 120; E.I.A. and Roman
site at Monument Hill, excavated 59. 15-8;
enclosures 48. 142; hermitage of Brokwode
42. 114; manors: Sutton, enclosure act and
award 48. 142, 52. 44, Woking 49. 117; pal-

stave, bronze 55. 122; registers: non-parochial 46. 124, parish 46. 123; ruins of Old

Woking Palace

55. 124-6; Saxon remains


56. 146; tax of 1332 in, persons named 41. 107;
traders' tokens 48. 30, 56. 48; visitation (17245) 39. 102

church: chapels of 39. 102, 45. 70; Glynne's


notes on 55. 11 5; Hussey drawings of 49. 127;
vicars of see Flutter; Griffin
places' Brookwood (Brokwode) 42. 114; The

Grange

Manor Ho., Hussey drawings


Maybury 55. 120; Monument Hill

55. 126;

of 49. 127;

Ockham (Woking)

Pk., on Rocque's
Old Palace 55. 124-6, illus.; Oldhall Copse 55. 126;Sheerwater 55. 122; Sutton Place 39. 52; Woking Pk. Farm 55. 126;
Zouch's Monument 59. 15
Woking hundred, meeting place of 56. 146; tax of
59. 15;

map

40. 76;

1332 in 41. 105, 106, 108

Wolcnested see Godstone


Wolcocks, Wm. (Wandsworth), baker, token

of

48. 30, 56. 47

Woldingham (Wooldingham, Waldingham):


(See also Chelsham and Godstone, former
parts of uhich are now included in W.)
military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish

50. 151-2
Witherfold see Dunsfold
Witherley, Leics., R. of see Charlton
Withurs, G. (Buckland) 59. 38
Withvpole,Withepole: Paul 52. 38

39. 51,

61; parish
registers 46. 123; pottery, E.I.A. 55. 124; tax
of 1332 in 41. 102; visitation (1724-5) 39. 102

128

Wobourne,Wm. (Cobham) 58. 53


Woburn Abbey, Beds. 43. 107
Wocham's Heath \sic] 48. 136

Bagot 48. 99

Winsloo, Simon, ferrvman, of Hampton Court


58.80
Winstanley, Gerrard, "a Surrey disturber of the
peace" 49. 122-4; and the Digger Movement
at Cobham 58.70-1
Wintburn, Raimund, alias Winchester, q.v.
Winterfold Heath see Albury
Wintershull, Wyntershille, Wyntereshulle,
Wynterhille, Wintressell: Fra. M.P. for
Guildford 39. 52; Hy. de 49. 83; John, M.P.
for S. 39. 52, 53; Lady Mary de 42. 97; Rob.,
M.P. for Guildford 39. 52, 53; Thos. 42. 97;
Thos., M.P. for S. 39. 52,53
Winterton, Lord see Tumour
Wintressell see WintershuU
Wire Mill Lake (Wood) see Godstone
Wirthola, forest of see Mickleham
Wishanger, Hants., tranchet axe from 46. 106
Wisley:

Roman

church: chandeliers in 47. 46; curate of see


Birche,Geo.;Glynne's notes on 55. 114;
Hussey drawings of 49. 127; rector of see
Birche; Saxon windows discovered 39. 10411; south doorway 42. 103; vicar of see Boys;
Newill
places: Milford 52. 80, 83, 57. 101; Sandy Lane
52.83
Wittering, West, Sx., Wood fam. of 56. 16

registers 46. 123; Protestation returns 59. 68;


visitation (1724-5) 39. 102
church: a chapel (1724) 39. 102; St. Agatha,
chandeliers in 47. 46; curate of see Harvey;
vicar of see Causey
Wolfe, Woulfe: John (Oxted) 59. 62; Rich. (Oxted)

59.63
Wollaston, John (Puttenham), tokens of 48. 28,

Wollaston, Johncont.

56.42
Wolley (Hooley) see Coulsdon
Wolley, Fra., M.P. for Haslemere 39. 59
Wolsey: Thos., Cardinal, Bishop of Winchester,
and Farnham Castle 57. 91-2, and Hampton
Court 56. 3; Wm. 51. 92
Wolvesey, Hants see Winchester
Wombwell: Sir Geo., Bt., his 1st w., Anne, ne'e
Belasyse, his 2nd w., Eliza, nee Little, and
his dau., Georgiana Eliz. 52. 70
Wonam, John (Kingston) 44. 122, 124; see also

Onam
Wonersh (Woronish, Worenish, Wognershe,
Wulners):
{See also Albury, former parts of which are
now included in W.)

axes, tranchet, from 46. 99, 109; barrow


42. 29, 58; boundary 60. 87; coin, Roman
49. 112; flint finds 41. 65, 75; lands in 51. 95,
52. 39; military assessment (1805) 52. 61;
neo. finds in 52. 28; on Rocque's map 40. 75;

parish registers 46. 123; visitation (1724-5)


39. 102
church: bequest to 52. 38; chandeliers in
47. 46; vicars of see Bannister; Holt
places: Blackheath 41. 65, 75, 42. 29, 58, 46. 99,
109, 50. 1, 52. 28; Green Lane Farm 49. 112;
The HaUams 42. 29, 58; Northowe 51. 88;
Shamley Green 49. 112;Strodeland 51. 88;
WoodhiU 52. 28

[Wonersh] Wonarshe, John de 42. 94

Wonham, manor of see Betchworth


Wood, Woode,Wode, Ode:
(Betchworth)

59. 37;

Ant. (Nutfield) 59. 49; Edw. (Tandridge) 59. 64;


Edw. (Titsey) 59. 67; Eric S., Abinger Ham-

mer

(flints

(mound

from)

54. 136,

in) 58. 114,

Albury Park

Earth circles on

St.

Martha's Hill 54. 10-46, Neolithic sites in


West Surrey 52. 11-31, reviews by 54. 146-7,
153-4; Fra. (Tandridge) 59. 63; Frank
(Epsom) 57. 13; Geo. (Blechingley) 59. 55;
Geo., V. of Godstone 59. 68; Geo. (Oxted)
59. 62; Hy. (Warlingham) 59. 67; Hum. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Jasper (Nutfield) 59. 49; John,
bencher of Lincoln's Inn, younger bro. of
Sir John 56. 15w, 20, 24, 25, 27, 28; John, master
of the King's ordnance 56. 15k; John ate,
reeve of manor of E. Betchworth 43. 119-20;

John (Burstow) 59. 39; John (Charlwood)


59. 40; John (Cobham) 58. 61, 63; John (Dorking), clerk 55. 57, 58, 59; Sir John (Molesey),
M.P. for S., Speaker, 1483, his life and political activities 56. 15-28, his father, John
56. 16, w. Margery, nee Lewkenore, aft. (2) w.
of Thos. Garth, q.v.; John, of the White Hart
(Reigate) 42. 119; John (Warlingham) 59. 68;
Mich. (Caterham) 59. 64; Mich. (Home) 59. 57;
Nich. (Chipstead) 48. 42; Nich. (Cobham)
45. 67; Pet. atte 42. 95; Phyllis (Lambeth)
52. 32; Rich., V. of Chobham, late canon of
Newark 45. 106, 47, 23-4; Rich. (Warlingham)
59. 68; Rob., M.P. for Surrey 39. 63; Sarah, aft.

w. of Wm. Skinner, q.v.; Thos. (Gt. Bookham)


51. 108, 58. 54; Thos. (Caterham) 59. 64; Thos.
(Horley) 59. 44; Thos. (Molesey), his daus.
56. 28;

Thos. (Nutfield) 59. 48, 49; Thos.

(Reigate) 59. 53; Thos. (Warlingham) 59. 67;


Walt. (Farleigh) 59. 66; Walt. (Nutfield) 59. 49;

Wm.

(Betchworth) 59. 37;

51. 108;

wood)

Wm.

59. 41;

(Caterham)

Wm.

Wm.

(Gt.

Bookham)

Wm. (Charl59. 66; Wm.

59. 65;

(Farleigh)

(Home) 59. 57; Wm. (Lingfield) 59. 60; Wm.,


monk of Sheen 47. 20
Woodbridge see Stoke-next-Guildford
Woodchurch, Kent, church, "faculty" pews 52. 89
Woodcock Hammer see Godstone
Woodcocke, Woodcoke, Wodecok: Hy. 52. 33;
Hugh, parson of Streatham 52. 35; Rich.
(Merstham) 59. 48
Woodcote see Epsom
[Woodcote] Wodecote, Graland de la, and
Baldric, his bro. 50. 169

Wooden, Woodden, Wooddin, Wooddine, Wodden:


Dan. (Burstow) 59. 39; Edw. (Nutfield) 59. 49;
Geo. (Horley) 59. 43; John (Caterham) 59. 64;
John (Nutfield) 59. 49; Rich. (Warlingham)
59. 67; Rob. (Warlingham) 59. 67; Thos. (Warlingham) 59. 68

Wooder, John (Chipstead) 59. 42


Woodford, Thos. (Ockham) 39. 97
Woodley, John (Nutfield) 59. 49
Woodlock, Wodeloc: Hy.de, alias Merewell,

q.v.;

Rich, de, priest 46. 91


Woodman: Allen (Reigate) 59. 52; Edw. (Horley)
59. 43; Geo. (Kingston), token of 48. 27, 56. 39;
John (Buckland) 59. 38; John (Leigh) 59. 45,
46; John (Merstham) 59. 48; John (Reigate)
59. 54; Rich. (Buckland) 59. 38; Rich. (Merstham) 59. 48; Rog. (Betchworth) 59. 36; Sam.
(Chipstead) 59. 41; Thos. (Horley) 59. 43;
Thos. (Reigate) 59. 50, 51, 53; Wm. (Buckland), constable 59. 38; Wm. (Horley) 59. 43

Woodmansteme (Wodmanstorne):
Elizabethan fireplace from Shorte's Place
removed to Garratt's Hall, Banstead 42. 87;
parish registers 46. 123; Romano- British
site 48. 152; visitation (1724-5) 39. 103;

Woodmansteme:

a brief historical account,


Hy. Lambert, reviewed 40. 129-30
church: Glynne's notes on 55. 116, in relation
to font 55. 67; rectors of 45. 100, see also

by

Sir.

Hilton; Lingfield
places: Grey Cottage, Walpole Ave. 48. 152;
Shortes Place 42. 87

Woodoson, Wm., Curate

wark

of St.

Thomas, South-

45. 114

Woodroffe, Woodruffe, Woodrough: fam., of


Poyle Pk. (Seale) 59. 89-90; Mrs. 39. 99;
Edw., surveyor to Dean and Chapter of
Westminster 59. 90; Geo., d. 1688 59. 90, his
sister Lettice, aft. w. of John Woodroffe, q.v.;
Geo., fl. 1725 39. 99;Geo.,/7 1770 40.75;
John, merchant tailor (London) and his w.
Lettice 59. 90; Letitia, nee Duncombe 48. 80,
86; Rob. 59. 90; Thos. 59. 90
.

129

46. 45; John (Godalming)


47. 39; Mich., of Portnalls (Coulsdon) 39. 89;
Percy, his work in collecting MSS. for S.A.S.
of Tyting (St.
53. 73; T. (Shere) 46. 29;
Martha's) 39. 88
Woodstocke: Hy. (Chelsham) 59. 65; Rich. (War-

Woods: Mr. (Guildford)

Wm,

lingham

59. 67

Woodward: Mr., Charity of 39. 83; Wm. 51. 88;


see also Whodwird
Woodwork: Ockham ch. 45. 41; carving, med.,
Leatherhead 53.pl.XlAl; see also Panelling
Woolaston, John (Mickleham) 39. 97

Rose

Wooldingham see Woldingham


Woolpit, Suffolk, R. of see Fleetwood
Woornum, Rob. (Kingston), token of 56. 39
Wootton see Wotton
Wootton, John, portrait by 42. 4

Worcester, Bishop

of,

and advowson

of

places: Cockshott Hollow 41. 71;

44. 149; Deerleap Wood 40. 56, 62-4,


42. 28, 58, 56. 146, 60. 1-18; Leasers Barn

Newing-

Worcestershire: see Leigh Sinton

Worcetter,Wm.42.95
Working floors see Flint- chipping floors
Worldham: And., his w. Lady Katherine 42.
John de 42. 94

94;

Worms Heath see Chelsham


Woronish, Worenish see Wonersh
Worpfall, alias Worsopp, John, his dau. Isabel,
aft. 2nd w. of Sir Rich. Gresham, q.v.
Worplesdon:
barrows: B.A. 42. 48-9, Saxon grave- mounds
42. 49, 56. 146; B.A. cinerary urn 53.pl. XXXII;
enclosures and field system 48. 131, 144;
kennels at Merrist Wood 43. 14; lands of
Poyle fam. at 41. 125; manor of Bingham,
lord of 42. 95; military assessment (1805)
52. 61; registers: non- parochial 46. 124,
parish 46. 123; Roman villa, potterv from
49. 108-9; visitation (1724-5) 39. 103
church: bequest to 51. 94; Glynne's notes on

rectors
of 45. 100, see also Comber; Cutler; Farroll;
Moore, Chas.
places: Broadstreet Common 49. 108; Merrist
43.

146
Worsfold,
56.

14;Whitmoor

of 49. 127;

Common

42. 48-9,

a farmer, opposition to Militia

Bill 39. 77

Worsley, Worsely, Wurseley: John (Camberwell),


school-master 39. 87; Otwell, his dau. Isabel,
aft. (1) w. of Rich. Colepeper, (2) w. of Sir
John Leigh, q. v.; Ralph, and his w. Joan 52. 39
Worsopp, alias Worpfall, q.v.
Worth, Sx.,Rowf ant Mill *5. 150; Warren Furnace 47. 49
Wortley, John Stuart, his monument (Ockham)
45.37
Wotton:
(See also Bookham, Gt. a former part of
which is now included in W.)
arrowheads from 58. 110-1; axes: flint,
130

Wotton Hatch Club 46. 43; Wotton


Place 40. 77
Wotton hundred 39. 148; tax of 1332 in 41. 108
Wrath, Jas. (Farnham), tokens of 56. 35
Wratlings [sic], lands in 51. 95
Wray Common see Reigate
46. 41;

Worly, Anne, epitaph on (Reigate) 43. 43


Worme, John (Reigate) 59. 51

Wood

60. 10; Leith Hill 41. 71, 46. 109, 49. 92, 52. 2,
6, 8, 9; Leith Hill Place 40. 77; Leith Hill

Tower 40. 66, 70; Rectory 59, 23-4; Sandy


Meadow 58. 110-1; Tanhurst (Stanhurst) Ho.
40. 77; Tankard's Pond 41. 71; Wotton Hatch

ton 39. 150

116;Hussey drawing

Crossways

Farm

Worcester Lodge see Cuddington

55.

polished 49. 92, tranchet 46. 109; barrows in


Deerleap Wood 40. 56, 62-4, 42. 28, 58, excavated 60. 1-18; flint finds 41. 70-1; lands in
51. 88; leet, Roman 44. 149; lime -kilns 59. 234; meso. finds 52. 2, 6, 8, 9; military assessment (1805) 52. 61; parish registers 46. 123;
Saxon potsherd 56. 146; visitation (1724-5)
39. 103
churches: Oakwood chapel 39. 83, 103; St. John:
epitaphs in 43. 39, Glynne's notes on 55. 117,
St. John's Church, by H. V. Molesworth Roberts, reviewed 58. 119, rectors of see Agnet;

Wrecclesham, tithing
Wren: Ant. (Cobham)

of

Farnham,

q.v.

58. 76; Sir Chris., font

designed by (Kingston) 47. 102; John (Lingfield) 59. 60; Thos. (Home) 59. 57
Wrench, John (Southwark) 39. 100
Wright, Wryghte: Mrs. (Guildford) 46. 39; Hy.
(Horley) 59. 44; Jas. (Rotherhithe), baker,
token of 56. 46; John (Bermondsey) 39. 85;
Lionel (Buckland) 59. 38; Nich. (Charlwood)
59. 41; Nich. (Horley) 59. 44; Rad., R. of Beddington 45. 113; Rich. (Charlwood) 59. 40;
Thos. (Charlwood) 59. 40; Thos. (Lingfield)

59. 59

Wrong, Pagan (Dorking) 54. 71


Wroth, Thos., steward of manor

of

Clerkenwell

54.72

Wryghte see Wright


Wudint.John de 43.107
Wulners in Sothery, see Wonersh
Wurseley see Worsley
Wyatt, Wyet: fam., arms 55. 39; Mr. (Cheam)
47. 81; Alice 52. 49; M'Caill, his dau. Marg.,
aft. Beardmore, q.v.
Wyattville, Sir Jeffery, designer of Nonsuch

Park house 51. 132


Wyburd, J., his survey of manor of Maiden 41. 38
Wych, Wyche: Sir Hugh, tenant in Eastcheap
43. 57; Rich, de, Bishop of Chichester 57. 76
Wyckes, Wm. (Wandsworth) 39. 101
Wydewson, Wyddolkson: fam. (Mickleham) 47.3;
Wm., mercer, and his w. Joan, their brass
(Mickleham) 55. 101
Wye, Kent 41.10
Wyet see Wyatt
Wyford, John de 42. 97
Wyke, Alicia atte 42. 91

Wykeham

see

50.

129

Wyman,Wm.

52.40
Wymbildon, Wynbultyn see Wimbledon
Wymeldon: Ralph (Mickleham) 47. 3; Wm., and
Pachenesham manor (Leatherhead) 55. 12, 13,
15, and Mickleham 47. 3, his w., heiress of
Wm.Husee 47.3
Wynchester see Winchester
Wyndham: Chas., and racing in S. 44. 21; Rich.,
his South Eastern Surrey, reviewed 47. 114;
Sir. Thos. 51. 86, 87, his w. Eliz., nee Wentworth 51. 86

Wyndsor see Windsor


Wynferthyng,Rich. de, steward of Byfleet manor
45.52
Wyngfeld, Mr. 52. 44
Wynn, Mrs. Sarah (Camberwell), schoolmistress
39.87
Wynter: Sir Edw. and his w. Emma, nee Home,
arms of, (Battersea) 55. 37; Rog. (Kingston)
44. 104; Wm., and his w. Cath., memorial to
(Battersea) 55. 37; Wm. Woodstock, memorial
to (Battersea) 55. 37
Wyntershille, Wyntereshulle see Wintershull
Wyntryngham, Wm. de (Southwark), carpenter

43.86,96-7

Wyrpelee,Wm.42. 92
Wyse, John le, R. of Clandon
Wyte see White
Wythmaner, Wm. 42. 93

42. 92

Wytley, Wytle: John 42. 96; Rich de 42. 98


Wyvill, Major (Walton-on-Thames) 39. 101

Xanten, Germany,
42. 63, 65, 66

Roman lamp chimney from

Yalden, Miss Fanny (Guildford) 46. 33


Yarcombe, Devon, manor of 52. 88
Yardmead [sic] 48. 135
Yate, John, servant 47. 28
Yateley, Hants., the Yateley Cup, origin of
45. 150-1

drawing of Ewell church 48. 15


Yaxton (? Yapton), Sx. 51. 95
Yeldham, Great (Gelham), Essex, R. of 43. 92
Yellmand, Jufrey (Burstow) 59.39

Yates,

Wickham

Wykehurst Farm see Cranleigh


Wykes, Wm. de 49. 83
Wylde, Edith and Eliz.,arms of (Barnes)
Wylford, John (Streatham) 59. 6
Wyllerton, Mr. 52. 42

Yemman, Moses

(Gatton) 59. 43

Yeomans, Yoman: John

42. 91; Thos., his

brass

(Croydon) 40. Ill

Yew, John 52.46


Yewan, John 42. 97
Yews, ancient, on "Pilgrims' Way"
passim
Yngge see Inge

41.

15-30

Ynold, Rog. 42. 96


Yoinge see Young
Yoman see Yeomans
Yong see Young

York,
York,
York,
York,

Archbishop of see Nevill, Geo.

Dean
Duke
See

of see

Walden

of see

Frederick

of,

arms

York Minster, MS.

of 48. 73
in,

possibly from

Newark

Priory 49. 116-7


Yorke, Ph., 1st Earl of Hardwicke 39. 68
Yorke-Scarlett, Gen. the Hon. Sir Jas., arms of
(Abinger) 48. 63, his w. Charlotte, ne'e Hargreaves 48. 63
Yorkshire: see Beverley; Gisburn; Ripon; Sallay;

Wetwang
Young, Younge, Yong, Yoinge: fam., of Wilts.,
arms of (Ash) 48. 97; Ann, aft. w. of John
Harris, q.v.; Arthur, Curate of Thames Ditton
39. 90; Gordon (Charlwood) 48. 158;Hy. (Leigh)
59. 46; Hy. (Limpsfield) 59. 58; John (Leigh)
59. 46; John (Nutfield) 59. 49; Pet. (Merstham)
59. 47; Thos. (Horley) 59. 43; Wm. (Betchworth) 59. 37; Wm. (Burstow) 59. 39; Wm.
(Charlwood) 48. 157;Wm.,R.of Headley
45. 110; Wm. (London), surveyor 58. 74; Wm.
(Wytham, Berks.) 51. 96
Younger: J. A. C, and Toy, S., Braboeuf Manor
49. 82-9; Rich., R. of Guildford, V. of Godal-

ming

39. 92, 93

Yrrshe, Alice

le

(Bookham)

55. 17

Zelighs, fam., arms of (Ashtead) 48. 107


Zobel, Philibert, Prior of Bee 59. 9
Zouch's monument see Woking

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