Index to The Book of Frome

Michael McGarvie's Book of Frome is published by Barracuda Books, Buckingham. The third edition (ISBN 0 86023 438 X) was published in 1989, price 16 pounds, and is available on-line from Amazon Books. Reproduced below with Michael's kind permission is the index. It includes personal and place names, churches and chapels, inns and hotels, schools, houses, public buildings and streets and roads.

Churches and Chapels:

Houses:

Streets and roads:

 

        Badcox Lane

        Argyll

        Alexandra Road

        Low Water

        Christ Church

        Byrlton

        Badcox Parade

        Lower Keyford

        East Woodlands

        Castle

        Barren Alley (Peter Street)

        Milk Street

        Holy Trinity

        Catherine Hill

        Bath Street

        Mint, The

        Lady Chapel

        Clumber

        Behind the Hill (Paul Street)

        Nail Street

        Rook Lane

        Cockeys Hall

        Behind Town

        Naish's Street

        St Algar's

        Court

        Berkley Road

        New Close

        St Andrew's

        Fairlawn

        Blindhouse Lane

        New Street

        St Catherine's R.C.

        Fromefield

        Blunt Street

        North Parade

        St John the Baptist

        Garston

        Broad Street

        Nunney Road  (Lane)

        St Katherine's

        Garston Lodge

        Broadway

        Oadground

        St Nicholas

        Gentle Street

        Castle Street (Long Row)

        Palmer Street

        Sheppards Barton

        Hall

        Catherine Hill

        Park Road

        Starve Acre

        High Place

        Catherine Stile

        Portway

        Zion

        Iron Gates

        Catherine Street

        Ridgway

 

        Keyford

        Cheap Streeet

        Rodden Road

Inns & Hotels:

        Knoll

        Christchurch Street East

        Rook Lane

        Anchor

        Maed

        Christchurch Street West

        Rosemary Lane

        Angel

        Marchants Barton

        Church Steps

        Rossiter's Hill

        Bell (Churchyard)

        Melrose

        Coalash Walk

        Salisbury to Bath

        Bell (Behind Town)

        Mendip

        Cock Street (Cokkestret)

        coach road

        Black Boy

        Monmouth

        Coffin Spring Lane

        Saxonvale

        Blue Boar

        Monmouth Chambers

        Conigre

        Selwood Road

        Bull's

        Northcote

        Cork Street

        South Parade

        Champneys Arms

        North Hill House

        Coward's Batch

        Spring Road

        Crown

        Old Manse

        Cross Street

        Starve Acre (Union Street)

        Eagle

        Rook Lane

        Dyer's Close Lane

        Stevens Lane

        George

        Seaman's House

        Eagle Lane

        Stony Street

        Horse and Groom

        St Katherine's

        Fountain Lane

        Summer Hill

        King's Arms

        Selwood Farm

        Friggle Street

        Trinity Street

        King's Arms, Holborn

        Stonilands

        Fromefield

        Twattle Alley

        Packhorse

        Styles Hill

        Gentle Street

        Twynyhoestret

        Ship

        Wallbridge

        Gorehedge

        Vallis Way

        Sun

        West Lodge

        Greenhill Place

        Vicarage Street

        Unicorn

        Welshmill

        Grove Lane

        Viney Lane

        Waggon & Horses

        Wine Street

        Hangman's Lane

        Wallbridge Terrace

        Wheatsheaves

 

        High Street

        Water Lane

        Wyredrawers Arms

Public Buildings:

        Hill Lane

        West End

 

        Assembly Rooms

        Hunger Lane

        Weymouth Road

Schools:

        Blue House

        Justice Lane

        Whittox Lane

        Blue

        Brocas' Barton (workhouse)

        King Street

        Willow (Pilly) Vale

        East Woodlands

        Keyford Hospital

        Locks Hill (lane)

        Wine Street

        Frome College

        Literary and Scientific Institute

 

        Woodlands Road

        Frome Selwood

        Mechanics Institute

 

 

        Grammar

        Memorial Hall

 

 

        Keyford College

        Museum

 

 

        Milk Street

        Public Offices

 

 

        National

        Saint John's Hall

 

 

        St John's Infant

        Selwood Hospital (former workhouse)

 

 

 

        Sports Centre

 

 

 

        Theatre

 

 

 

        Victoria Hospital

 

 

 

Achilles Motor Car

Badbury Rings

Cabel family

A'Court family

Baily, Charles

Cadbury Castle, South

Adrian, St

        William

Canwood Farm

Algar, St

Bampfylde, Edith

Carpenter, George

Aldhelm, St

        Mr

        Martha

Alford, Joan

Barker, Alice and William

        William le

Alfred, King

Barrow Wood, Witham Friary

Carswelheie, Richard de

Alfred, priest

Baylye family

Cassan, Rev S.H., curate

Alleine, Rev Richard

Beche, John

Ceawlin, Saxon leader

Allen family

Beckington

Champnevs family

Ames, E.G.

Belham, P.

Chapman, Joseph, architect

Andrews, Nicholas

Bennett, Rev W.J.E., Vicar

         William

Argyll, Earl of

Bertelot, John and William

Chapmanslade

Arthur, King

Big Tree Barrow, Buckland Down

Charles I, King

Arundell family

Biggs, John

        II, King

Ascel, John

Bigot, Richard

Chesix, field, Cloford

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Bisse, Rev Robert

Chinnock family

Athelem, Geoffrey

Blackborough, Peter

Chislet, Thomas

Athelstan, King

Blackheath, Battle of

Chubb, William

Augustine, St

Body, Richard, fuller

Cirencester

Austin, Widow

Bole, John

        Abbey

Axisholt, Forest of

Boucher, John

Clare, John, Quaker

 

Boulton and Watt, steam engine

Clarence, George, Duke of

 

Bowden, Rev John

Clarke, Hugh James

 

        Dr Samuel

        Rev J.B.B.

 

Boyle, Mr and Mrs G.H.

Claudius, Emperor

 

        Mrs Richard (E.V.B.)

Clausentum

 

Braden, Forest of

Clavy, Joseph

 

Brakespear, Harold, architect

Cleneck, Ralph of

 

Branch, Family

Cleybrugge, Ralph de

 

Bray, Miss Nellie (Ellen)

Clink

 

Brewham

Clover, John, cardmaker

 

Brewham Lodge

Cobbett, William

 

Browne, Bishop G.F.

Cockey, Edward

 

Brunel, I.K., engineer

Collinson, Rev John

 

Brunsdon, Edward

Combe, Edward de

 

Bryene, Guy de

Coombes, Richard, mason

 

        Joan

Conare, John le

 

        Philip

Cork and Orrery, John, fifth Earl of

 

Bull family

        Hamilton, sixth Earl

 

        Mr

        Edmund, seventh Earl

 

        Richard

        Edmund, eighth Earl

 

Bunn, Mrs

        Richard, ninth Earl

 

        Miss Susan

Cornmonger, German le

 

        Thomas

Courcelles, Eleanor

 

Burges, Agnes

        John de

 

Burley, George, priest

        Roger de

 

Burne-Jones, Sir Edward

        Wandrille I de

 

Bydyke, Philip

        Wandrille lI de

 

 

Courte, John and Thomas

 

 

Coward, John

 

 

Craas, Matthew

 

 

Cray, Bossie

 

 

Crede, John, priest

 

 

Crocker, Abraham

 

 

Crockere, Adam

 

 

Cruttwell family

 

 

Cultura, Henry de

 

 

Cuthwine, Saxon leader

 

Daniel family

Ecquin, Bishop of Worcester

Faber (Smith), John the younger

        Rev Alfred

Edward the Confessor the Elder, King

        Robert

        Rev C.H.O.

Edward I

Faricius, Abbot of Abingdon

        Prebendary W.E.

        II

Faversham, Earl of

Daniel Press, The

        III

Ferrour, Nicholas le

David, Rev Job

        VI

Finden, Mr, architect

Debnam, Solomon

        VlI (as Prince of Wales)

FitzBernard, Ralph

Dinham, John de

Egford

FitzRolf, Turstin

Disraeli, Benjamin

Egforton (Fairoak)

Flatman, Alderman E.

Doddington, Sir Francis

Eleanor of Acquitaine, Queen

Flory, John

Domesday Book

Election Riot

Ford, Thomas

Donkerton, Gilbert

Elm (Teaumes)

Forsyth, James

        Henry

        Old Rectory

Foxbery, Margery

Dove Dove, Mr

Englishcombe

Frome, Edward of

Drap, Richard

Ernald of Frome, Ralph son of

Frome Selwood Motor Corporation

Drokensford, John de, Bishop Bath and Wells

Esteilland, Simon de

Frame Selwood Volunteers

Duckworth, Arthur

Eyres, Matthew

Fry, John, priest

Dunkerton, William

 

Fullo (Fuller), John the

Dyrham, Battle of

 

Fysher, Clement

 

Gare Hill

Hackett, William

Ilchester

Garston

Hales family

Isaac, Walter

George George, clothier

Halliday, Mrs

Iveleaf family

        family

Harold II, King

        Joseph

Gibbons, Mary

Harrow Way

        William

Giffard, Osbert

Harvey, DrJohn

 

Gifford, John

        W.J.

James II, King

Giles, C.E., architect

Hengist and Horsa

Jenkins, Rev Richard

Gill, D.J.

Henham Bridge and Brook

Jesser family

Graves, Rev Richard

Henry I

        Miss Mary

Gray, Robert, priest

        II

        Samuel

Gray, St George

        III

John, King

Green, Thomas, merchant

        IV

Johnson, B., architect

Gregory, Isaac

        VI

Johnson, Richard

Greylake, Richard

        VII

 

Grindeham, Philip de

        VIII

Kelson family

Glanvill, Dr Joseph, Vicar

Hertford, Frances Thynne, Countess of

Kelling, Norfolk

Godeston, Emmota

Hillaker, Christopher

Ken, Thomas, Bishop of Bath and Wells

Godrich, Stephen

Hine, J.

Kenniwilkins Castle

Goodall, R.D., architect

Hipstone family

Kenwalh, King

Goodridge, H.E., architect

Hoare, William, artist

Kilmersdon, Hundred of

 

Hodder, A.W.

Kilmington

 

        John

King, Mary

 

Hooper, Rachel

Kirk, Rev Hugh, vicar

 

Hopton, Sir Ralph

Kyngeston, Joan de

 

Homer, Anne

        John de

 

        Mr

Kyppinge, William

 

        Sir John

 

 

Horningsham

 

 

Horsey, Sir John

 

 

Hughes, Thomas

 

 

Humfry, Dr John

 

 

Humphries, Samuel

 

 

Hungerford, Sir Walter

 

 

Hyde, Richard

 

 

Hylton, Lord

 

 

Hyreberne, Richard de

 

 

Lacey, Theophilius

Milnes, Monckton

Nappere, John le

Langley

Milton, Hugh

Nayle, William the elder

Langley, William

Modbury (Madborough)

Newbury

Laurence, William

Monmouth, Duke of

Nicholas I, Tsar of Russia

Layton, Richard

Montfort, Geoffrey de

Nightingale, The Rev John

Leigh-on-Mendip

        Henry de

Noreis, Robert le

Leighton

Morcar, Earl

Norfolke family

Leland, John, antiquary

Mortmain, Statute of

Norton St Philip

Lewis, J.O., historian

Murydene, John

Nunney, Manor and Castle of

Leversedge family

Myton, Warwickshire

 

Lodvyn, Thomas

Maggesons in Egford

Ogle, Lady

Longleat House

Maggs, N.F.

Oldfield

        Priory

Maiden Bradley, Priory of

Oldford

Lopes, Sir Henry

        Prior

Olive, Edmund Crabb

Lovell, Elizabeth

Maidulf, hermit and teacher

        family

 

Malmesbury, William of

Orchardleigh Down

 

Manners and Gill, architects

        Manor of

 

Marchant, Henry

Orrery, Countess of

 

Marshall, William, Regent

Osborne, Walter, vicar

 

Marston Bigot, Manor of

Osric, King

 

Mary I, Queen

Overend, Miss E.

 

Matilda, Empress

Oxley, Joseph

 

Maton, Dr

 

 

Meares family

 

 

        Robert

 

 

Medicus, Roger

 

 

Merlaund family

 

 

Merrick, Morrice

 

 

Messiter, N. & Co, bankers

 

 

Middleton, J.D., carrier

 

 

Mills, W.

 

 

Page, William

Samuel, Geoffrey

Vallis, Manor-House

Parker, Thomas, vicar

Salthous, Norfolk

Vatcher, Mr and Mrs

Parrett, River

Seagram, Mrs

Vaters, Abraham and William

Parsons, Alfred

Seaman, Edmund

        James, High Constable

Payne, John, armourer

        Francis (nee Leversedge)

Vauntage, Adam and Thomas

Pearman, Anthony

        Rev Lionel

Vavasour, Sir Thomas

Pembroke, Earl of

Sedgemoor, Battle of

Victoria, Queen

Penne, Walter

Selwood (Selwode)

Victoria and Albert Museum

Penny, W.C.

Selwood, John

Vortigern, King

        W.P.

Selwood, Forest of

 

Penselwood

Sewards, builders

Wadbury

Perce, Thomas

Sharpe, Dr John

Walker, Mr

Perers, Alice

Shatford, Mr

Wallington Weston

Phillot, Rev C., Vicar

Sheftebury, Walter

Wallis, Thomas

Pilie, William

Sheppard family

Walsh, Lawrence, priest

Pinnoc, Geoffrey

Shore Mr

Wanstrow

Pobjoy, Isaac

Singer, John Webb

Warbeck, Perkin

Pococke, Rev John

        Walter

Warner, Rev Richard, traveller

Polayn, William

        Sinkins, John

Waterman, John

Pope, James

Skinner, Rev John, antiquary

Wayland, Richard

Porlock

Smith family

Webb, William

Portebref, William

Smith, Francis

Webbe, Alexander

Porteous, Robert

Smith, John

        John

Porter, H.M.

Smith, Robert, Constable

Webbe, Poleyn le

Portnell, Elizabeth, mother of Mrs Rowe

Somerset and Dorset Canal

Wellow

Postlebury Hill, Cloford

Southover, Thomas

Wesley, Rev John

Prater, George

Spring Gardens

Westbury Church

        Richard

Stafford, Alexander

West, Alice

Prescott, John

Standerwick

        Richard

Pylie, Hugh and John

Stedes, Thomas

Weymouth

 

Stevens family

Weymouth, Lord

Quarr Hill Farm, Witham Friary

        Richard

Whatcombe family

 

Strachey, John, historian

        farm

Radagond St

Stratton, John de, priest

Whatley Roman Villa

Raikes, Robert

Stourton, Lord

Whitbourne

Ramsay, Rev E.B., curate

        Sir William

Whitchurch family

Randolf, Richard

Strickland, Charles

White, Mr and Mrs J

Randolph, Rev W.F.H., vicar

Sturton, John, Lord

Whiteway Lane

Reddish, Samuel

Styell family

Whittock family

Redespray, Robert

Sunderland, Lord

Wickham, James I

Reinbald the priest

Sutton, A.R.

        James Anthony

Rich, John

 

Wilkins, Sir Charles

Richard II, King

Taillor, John, vicar

Wilkins, the salter

        III

Taillour, Thomas la

William I, King

Roberts, George

Tanner, Joseph

        III, King

Rodden

Tannere, Richard

Williams, Rev W.M.H.

Roddenbury Camp

Taylor, alias Clarke, John

Willoughby's, grocers and bankers

Rode

Tedbury (Hyerburg)

Willoughby, Sir Robert, Lord de Broke

Round, Horace

Thicke, William, Bailiff

Wimpew, Thomas

Rowe, Mrs Elizabeth

Thomas, Graham

Witham, Charterhouse

        Nicholas

Thynne, Francis

        House

Roynon, Grace

        Henry

        Monastic buildings

Ruddock, George

        Sir John

        Vale of

 

        Sir Thomas

Woodhouse Castle

 

Toop, Mr

Woodland groats

 

Tucker, Richard

Woodlands

 

Tucker, W.H

Wrotesley, Sir Richard

 

Twynyho family

Wroxhele, John de

 

Tyrel, Adam and Arnold

Wyatville, Sir Jeffry

 

Tytherington

Wycliffe, John

 

 

Wykeham, William of

 

Underwood, G.A., architect

Wynslade, Elizabeth

 

 

        Richard de

 

 

        Stephen

 

 

 

 

 

Yerbury, John

 

 

        Richard