“Hungerfordiana” – Index of Places

Title Page to the Index of Persons and Places in Hungerfordiana

This is a transcription of the Rev JE Jackson’s Index of Places for Hungerfordiana (or The Memoirs of the Family of Hungerford  by Sir Richard Colt Hoare, bart, 1823).

HAFS Resources holds five copies of Hungerfordiana for interested researchers. See also the Index of Persons.

 

 

 

 

 


Aldermaston 16

Alderton 15

Anne’s, St., Farley 35, 39

Ashton Keynes 26, 40

Ball’s Court 105

Barrington 27

Barrow, Somerset 46, 90

Baston 114

Bath 54, 134, 139

Batsborough 140

Bedwyn 15, 122, 123

Berwick St. Leonard 87

Bibury 17

Biddesden 106, 114

Blackbourton 17, 29, 32, 33, 70, 81, 105

Blackbourton, Monuments at 64, 66, 67

Blacklands (Calne) 20, 21, 142, 105

Boulogne 89

Bremhill 19, 31

Bremhill (monumental inscriptions) 55, 105, 120, 141

Bristol 20, 21, 24, 27

Broxbourne (Hants.) 20

Buscot 21, 86

Cadenham 14, 19, 33, 51, 55, 79, 89, 105, 109

Cadenham Obituary 129

Cage, The, at Salisbury 36

Calne 22, 58, 105, 122 (M.P.), 142

Cambridge, King’s College 72, 73, 76

Cambridge, St John’s 46, 90

Cannings, Bishop’s 18

Charlton (Berkshire) 22

Charterhouse, Hinton 76

Chelsea 20, 139

Chelsea, monuments at 89

Cherill (Calne) 6

Cheverell 99, 114

Cheverell, Burnell 106

Cheverell, Hales 106

Cheverell, Little 106

Chippenham 106, 114

Chippenham, chantry 135

Chippenham, M.P.s 122, 123

Chisbury 79, 85

Clement, St., Danes 27, 139

Codford West 106

Compton (Berkshire) 59

Cornbury 17

Cornwall 44, 104, 140

Corsham 29, 70, 93, 95, 115

Coulston 30, 67

Crewe Hall 24

Cricklade 122, 123

Crompton (or Compton) (Berkshire) 24

Devon, County 31, 140

Dingley Hall 28

Dinton (Wiltshire) 87

Doctor’s Commons 22

Down Ampney 8, 14, 29, 33, 41, 48, 44, 45, 46, 59, 64, 75, 90, 103, 104, 116, 120

Down Ampney Church 44

Down Ampney Mansion House 102, 117

Down Ampney monuments 44, 45

Down Ampney, Obituary 128

Down Ampney, View of Gateway 102

Draycott 19

Dunster 23, 117

Durnford Magna, or Durnford Hd. 148

Eastrop, nr. Hungerford (or Highworth) 113

Exeter 21, 22

Farley Hungerford (or Farley Montford) 7, 12, 13, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 36, 40, 41, 49, 67, 78, 81, 82, 113, 123 [should be Fifield]

Farley Hungerford Castle, Chantry 134, 135

Farley Hungerford Castle, Chantry priest’s graves 40

Farley Hungerford Castle, Church 118, 133, 144 (inscripiton over porch)

Farley Hungerford Castle, coffins at 136

Farley Hungerford Castle, fortified 113

Farley Hungerford Castle, ground plan 101

Farley Hungerford Castle, inscriptions at 41, 47, 91

Farley Hungerford Castle, obituary 126

Farley Hungerford Castle, Old Chapel 35, 41, 94, 99, 109, 134

Farley Hungerford Castle, old survey 97, 100

Farley Hungerford Castle, Sold by Hungerford 137

Farley Hungerford Castle, vault under 92, 93, 115, 133, 135, 136

Farley Hungerford Castle, view of chapel 100

Farley Hungerford Manor 137

Farley Hungerford, Tombs 35

Fifield (Wiltshire) 86, 123, 125

Finmore 26

Freefolk 68

Goring (Oxon.) 27

Groby 19

Halifax 23

Harringworth 11

Heddington (Calne) 142

Henley on Thames 23

Heytesbury 2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 33, 34, 36, 37, 41, 111, 114

Heytesbury, Almshouse 9, 35, 114

Heytesbury, M.P. 122

Heytesbury, Manor & Old House 98

Heytesbury, obituary 126

Heytesbury, vault 133

Highgate 17, 45, 90 (monumental inscription)

Holbrooke 6

Homet 8, 37

Hopgrass 113

Horseley 139

Horsemunden 31

Hungerford Market, London 116, 119

Hungerford Town 34, 69, 113, 145

Hungerford Town, Church 3, 8, 37, 71, 94, 113

Huntingdonshire 15

Hursley 88

Hussey Deverill 113

Ireland 32, 76, 117

Kilburne (Middlesex) 20

King’s College, Cambridge 72, 73, 76

Kingston Bagpuize 26

Kirby Castle, Bethnall Green 45

Kirton (Devon) 22

Lake 24

Lakensope (?) 26

Lea, or Lye 139, 140

Lee 105

Leicester 10, 127

Lincoln’s Inn 71, 139

Lollydown (Lowdon) nr. Chippenham 114

London 23, 27, 28, 29, 30, 88, 92, 94

Longford 113

Maddington (Wiltshire) 46

Malmesbury, M.P. 123

Mangotsfield 15

Market Harb. 28

Marlborough 106, 122 (M.P.)

Marston 16

Merston 114

Mildenhall 106, 114

Milton, nr. Pewsey 87

Monumental inscriptions, existing, or referred to, See list at end

Musselborough 89

Newark, Co. Leicester 127

Newbury 139

Newington 61

Norton, Wiltshire 78

Ogbourn 21

Olveston 134

Orchardleigh 39 (note)

Ovington 17

Oxford 31

Parish Registers: Bremhill 51

Parish Registers: Milton 88

Parish Registers: Windrush 59

Pershore 95

Plowden 14

Port Eliot 104

Powderham 8

Reading 21, 22

Rodbourne 141

Rotherhithe, Surrey 79

Royden 26, 38

Salisbury 10, 15, 34, 36, 39, 40, 56, 67, 109, 112, 113, 134, 135

Salisbury, Chapel at 38

Scarborough 75

Sheldon, nr. Chippenham 114

Shipton, Gloucestershire 20

Sion 9

Sodbury 142

Somerford Keynes 87

Somerford Parva 105

St Donat’s (Glamorgan, Wales) 82

St John’s College, Cambridge 46, 90

St Sampson’s, Cricklade 134

Standen 16, 30, 70

Standen Hussey 71

Standen North 84, 113

Stoke Poges 39, 127

Stratton, Over & Nether 114

Studley 22, 51, 54, 79, 105, 141, 142

Sutton, Fenny (Veny) 106

Sutton, Little 106

Teffont Ewyas 116

Temple, The 21

Topley (Buckinghamshire) 68

Tormaston 28

Trowbridge 23, 26

Tyburn 20

Uffington, Berkshire 27

Upton Scudamore 30 (note), 106, 114, 132 (monumental inscription)

Wales 26

Warminster 106

Waterstock 30, 67

Waverley Abbey 2

Wellow 31, 36, 43, 78, 105, 116, 137

Wellow Church 85

Wellow House 85

Wellow, Monuments 83

Wembury 140

Westbury on Trym 78

Weston Underwood 77

Westrop 113

Westwell (?) 106

Whiteparish 149

Whittlesea 23

Windrush 15, 25, 28, 33, 59, 61, 105, 120

Windrush, obituary 130

Windsor 33

Winterborn Stoke 106, 114

Wittenham 18, 103

Woodhay 17

Woolroyd 17

Wootton Bassett 122

Worcestershire 15

Wraxall 15

Yatesbury 79

MONUMENTAL, & other INSCRIPTIONS existing, or referred to:

Black Bourton: Antony Hungerford, son of Sir Antony & Rachel Jones 67

Black Bourton: Colonel Antony Hungerford 67

Black Bourton: Eleanor Hungerford 64

Black Bourton: Sir Antony Hungerford 66

Bremhill: George Hungerford 55

Bremhill: Walter Hungerford of Studley 58

Buscot: Walter Hungerford, D.D. 86

Charterhouse, Hinton; Antony Hungerford 76

Chelsea: Thomas Hungerford 89

Down Ampney: Mary Berkeley, Lady Hungerford 45

Down Ampney: Sir John Hungerford 48, 49 (his son)

Farleigh Castle Chapel: Mrs. Shaa 42

Farleigh Castle Chapel: Sir Edward H (died 1607) 41, 44

Farleigh Castle Chapel: Sir Edward H. of Corsham 91, 93 (his coffin plate)

Farleigh Castle Chapel: Sir Thomas H. & Joan Hussey 36

Farleigh Castle Chapel: Sir Walter H. of Farley 40

Highgate: Mrs. Platt (or Tooker) 45

Hungerford Church, Berkshire: Henry of Standen 71, 75

Hungerford Church, Berkshire: John Hungerford of Lincoln’s Inn 75

Hungerford Church, Berkshire: Sir Robert de Hungerford 4

Hungerford Church, Berkshire: Margaret & Sir E. H. of Corsham 70

Hungerford Church, Berkshire: Sarah Goddard 70

King’s College, Cambridge: John Hungerford 73 (same as at 75, Hungerford Church)

Leicester – Stoke Poges: Eleanor Moleyns 39

Leicester – Stoke Poges: Lady Hastings 11

Pershore: Emes 95

Rotherhithe: Matthew of Chisbury 79

Salisbury: Robert, Lord Hungerford (no inscription) 38

Salisbury: Sir Giles H of Coulston, & Lady 67

Salisbury: Walter, Lord Hungerford 37

Somerford Keynes: Straung, or Strange 81

St Donat’s, Glamorgan: Stradling 82

Upton Scudamore: Elizabeth, wife of Giles Hungerford 132

Wellow: Hungerford of Wellow, Chisbury, & North Standen 85

Westbury on Trym: Giles H of Wellow 78

Weston Underwood: Elizabeth (Hussey), Lady Hungerford 77

Whiteparish: Mary Hungerford 149

Windrush: George Hungerford of Windrush 59

Windrush: A Sacramental cup 61

Yatesbury: George H of Studley, two wives, Pollen, & dau 80

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