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RALPH HOULBROOKE
English Family Life
1576-1716
An Anthology from Diaries

Edited by
RALPH HOULBROOKE

Basil Blackwell

Copyright © Introduction and editorial matter
Ralph Houlbrooke 1988

First published 1988

First published in USA 1989

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FRONT DW FLAP:
English Family Life 1576-1716
An Anthology from Diaries
Edited by Ralph Houlbrooke

Since the middle ages, people have used diaries to record events in their lives. Descriptions of occasions of national moment dominate the earliest English manuscripts to which the term `diary' has been applied; however, during the later sixteenth century, writers' personalities and views became apparent as they began to confide to diaries their secret thoughts, aspirations and anxieties as well as chronicling events. This anthology contains nearly eighty extracts from over forty sources: a collection of unselfconscious accounts of public and private events giving the reader strikingly personal and direct insight into the past. They are taken from a wide range of early diarists, including such masters of the genre as Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn.

The book is organized thematically around major events and phases in the lives of families and individuals: infancy, adolescence, courtship, marriage, old age and death. Ralph Houlbrooke prefaces each chapter with an introduction, setting the passages in contemporary context and highlighting their importance as a rich and valuable source on family life. The diarists, both male and female, wrote on a plethora of subjects, - and their vivid descriptions of their attitudes and feelings are frequently made with wit and poignancy.

The delight of these extracts lies in their variety, accessibility and the sense they give of eavesdropping on the intimate lives of ordinary men and women of early modern England. As a collection, they provide fascinating and often moving glimpses into a world in many respects surprisingly similar to and in others startlingly different from our own.


REAR DW FLAP:
Ralph Houlbrooke is a Lecturer in the Department of History at the University of Reading.  He is the author of Church Courts and the People during the English Reformation 1520-1570 (1979) and The English Family 1450-1700 (1984). He has kept a diary for twelve years.

Contents

Preface and Acknowledgements
Rules of Transcription
Introduction
I Courtship and Marriage
II Married Life and Widowhood
III Pregnancy, Childbirth and Infancy
IV Childhood
V Adolescence and Departure from Home
VI Parents' Old Age and Deaths
VII Other Kinsfolk
Diarists and Diaries: Biographical and Bibliographical Appendix
Some Further Reading: A Short List
Index

Jacket illustration: detail from Wisbech Castle, Cambridgeshire, View of the Front Entrance, c.1658-59,
by an unknown artist, on loan to the National Trust at Peckover House, Wisbech, and reproduced by kind permission.

Jacket design by Martin Miller

Printed in Great Britain

 

Contents

Preface and Acknowledgements ix
Rules of Transcription xiii
Introduction 1

I  COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE 15
1 The marriage of Sir John Oglander's youngest daughter, 1649 18
2 Roger Lowe and Mary Naylor, 1663 19
3 An arranged marriage described by Samual Pepys, 1665 22
4 Lady Elizabeth Livingston on flirting, c. 1667-8 27
5 Lady Elizabeth Livingston on her ex-suitor's marriage, 1669 29
6 James Jackson's memoranda about his son's wedding, 1671 32
7 Edward Barlow's marriage, 1678 34
8 The making of Samuel Jeake's marriage, 1680-1 35
9 Elizabeth Evelyn steals a marriage, 1685 38
10 Nicholas Blundell's recusant marriage, 1703 40
11 Walter Calverley's marriage, 1706-7 44
12 Dudley Ryder considering marriage, 1715-16 47
13 Ryder courts Sally Marshall, 1716 48

II MARRIED LIFE AND WIDOWHOOD 52
14 Richard Rogers on the possible loss of his wife, 1588 55
15 Lady Margaret Hoby's married life, 1599-1600 55
16 Marital disharmony: Lady Anne Clifford, 1617 60
17 Sir John Oglander on his wife Frances (d. 1644) 65
18 Adam and Susannah Eyre's financial and other problems, 1647-8 65
19 Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper on his wife Margaret, 1649 69
20 The widowhood and remarriage of Oliver Heywood, 1661-7 70
21 Samuel Pepys and his wife Elizabeth, 1663 72
22 Katherine Austen's reasons for remaining a widow, 1665 79
23 Isaac Archer's reflections shortly after marriage, 1668 79
24 The Countess of Warwick loses her husband, 1673 80
25 Thomas Jolly's fourth wife's death, 1675 87
26 Mrs Elizabeth Freke's unhappy marriage, 1682-5 89
27 John and Alice Richards of Warmwell, 1699-1701 93
28 Edmund and Sarah Harrold, 1712 94
29 Edmund Harrold on bereavement and widowhood, 1712-13 98

III PREGNANCY, CHILDBIRTH AND INFANCY 101
30 John Dee's first three children, 1579-83 105
31 Birth and death of one of Nicholas Assheton's children, 1618 108
32 Grace Wallington in childbed, 1622-7 109
33 John Greene's first four children, 1644-8 110
34 Pregnancy, childbirth and infancy described by Ralph Josselin, 1645-58 112
35 Mrs Alice Thornton on pregnancy, childbirth and infancy, 1654-67 119
36 Birth of Samuel Woodforde's first son, 1664 125
37 Three of Isaac Archer's infant children, 1670-5 128
38 Oliver Heywood recalls his son John's birth, 1683 130
39 Elias Pledger's wife: childbirth and miscarriage, 1691-4 131

V CHILDHOOD   133
40 John Dee's children, 1582-96 137
41 Lady Anne Clifford and her daughter, 1616-19 139
42 Nehemiah Wallington's children, 1625-32 141
43 Sir Henry Slingsby, Lady Slingsby, and their son, 1640-1 146
44 Ralph Josselin and his children, 1644-57 147
45 John Greene's eldest son, 1648-52 150
46 Richard Evelyn saved by his parents, 1654 151
47 The Countess of Bridgewater on the death of a daughter, c. 1660 152
48 Mrs Alice Thornton's children, 1659-68 153
49 Henry Newcome and his children, 1657-65 156
50 Henry Newcome's memories of his childhood (1666-7) 160
51 Oliver Heywood and his sons, 1666-72 161
52 Thomas Isham's journal, 1671 163
53 Sir Richard Newdigate and his children, 1683 166
54 William Coe's children's accidents, 1693-1714 167
55 Claver Morris and his daughter Betty, 1709-10 169

V ADOLESCENCE AND DEPARTURE FROM HOME 171
56 William Carnsew and his children, 1576 174
57 Thomas Josselin's apprenticeship, 1657-64 176
58 Two of Henry Newcome's sons launched, 1667-72 178
59 James Jackson's sons' education and training, 1674-80 184
60 Leonard Wheatcroft's children, c. 1675-1701 188
61 Oliver Heywood's worries about his sons, 1676-7 193
62 Mary Woodforde's sons at school and university, 1687-8 194
63 Elias Pledger, widower, left alone, c. 1709 196

VI PARENTS' OLD AGE AND DEATHS 198
64 Lady Anne Clifford and her mother, 1616-17 201
65 Alice Thornton describes her mother's last farewell, 1659 202
66 Samuel Pepys and his parents, 1661-7 205
67 Roger Lowe visits his parents' grave, 1663, 1665 209
68 Lady Elizabeth Livingston and her father, c. 1668-70 209
69 Isaac Archer discovers a confession of his father's, 1670 211
70 The death of Samuel Jeake's father, 1690 212
71 Dudley Ryder and his parents, 1715-16 213

VII OTHER KINSFOLK 218
72 Adam Winthrop: 1597, 1603, 1605 222
73 Nicholas Assheton, 1617-18 227
74 Samuel Pepys, 1663-4 231
75 Oliver Heywood: 1666-7, 1670 234
76 Leonard Wheatcroft, 1693-1700 236

77 Mrs Freke and her daughter-in-law, and her grandson's death, 1704-5 238
Diarists and Diaries: Biographical and Bibliographical Appendix 241
Some Further Reading: A Short List 259
Index 261

 

INDEX

Diarists and other writers appearing in this anthology are indicated by
an asterisk. Two or more people of the same names are usually
distinguished by their relationships to the diarist, specified in brackets.

ague, 115, 128, 139, 140
Alibaster, Roger, 225, 227
Alibaster, William, 222, 223, 225
Angier, John (Oliver Heywood's father-in-law), 221, 235
Angier, John (Samuel Pepys's cousin), 220, 233
Annesley, Arthur, third Earl of Anglesey, 31-2
Annesley, Lord James, 29-32, 246
apprenticeship, 15, 171-3, 176-8, 180-3, 185, 189-91, 196, 227
Archer, Anne, 129
Archer, Isaac*, 12, 54, 79, 102-3, 128-30, 200-1, 211-12, 241-2
Archer, Mary, 128
Archer, Mrs (wife of Isaac), 79, 104, 128-30, 241
Archer, William (father), 129, 200-1, 211-12, 241-2
Archer, William (son), 129-30
Ashurst, H., Jr, 180-1, 183
Ashurst, Jonathan, 184
Ashurst, Mr, 179, 180-1, 182
Ashwell, Mary, 73, 74, 76, 77, 78, 232
Assheton, Frances, 108, 227, 230, 242
Assheton, John, 229, 230
Assheton, Margaret, 229, 242
Assheton, Nicholas*, 108, 219-20, 221, 222, 227-31, 242
Assheton, Ralph, of Middleton, 229, 230
Assheton, Ralph, of Whalley, 230, 231
Assheton, Richard, of Downham (father), 229, 242
Assheton, Richard, of Middleton, 230
Assheton, Sir Richard, of Middleton, 230
astrology, 35-6, 38, 102
Austen, Katherine*, 54, 79, 242
Austen, Thomas, 79, 242
Austin, Mrs Judith, 91, 92
autobiographies, 4, 14
Avenant, Mr, 179
Bancroft, Joseph, 99
baptism, 102-3, 105, 106, 107, 110, 111, 113, 117, 118, 119, 121, 123, 124, 127, 129-30, 131, 152, 221, 224, 225, 226, 234
Barlow, Edward*, 17, 34-5, 242
Bath, 48-50
Baxter, Thomas, 163
Beckington, Thomas, 2
betrothals, 32, 37, 225
Billio, Aunt Sarah, 51, 216
Blackett, Julia, 17, 44-7, 243
Blackett, Lady Julia, 44-7
Blundell, Nicholas*, 16, 17, 40-3, 243
Bolton, 234, 236
Boyle, Robert, 81
Braddyll, John, 230, 231
Brampton, 77, 205, 206, 233
Bromfield School, 184
Brougham, 200, 201
Browne, Henry, 219, 222
Bryant, Sir Arthur, 8 Buckhurst, 62, 64
burial see funerals
Burnyeats, Richard, 187-8
Caldicott, Matthew, 62, 63, 64
Calverley, Sir Walter, Baronet*, 16, 17, 44-7, 243
Cambridge, 195-6, 223, 224
Camden, William, 138
Carlisle, 185, 187
Carnsew, Frances, 174, 243
Carnsew, Grace, 175, 243
Carnsew, Matthew, 171, 174-6, 243
Carnsew, Richard, 174-6, 243
Carnsew, William*, 5, 8, 12, 171, 174-6, 243
Carnsew, William (son), 174, 176, 243
Carteret, Sir George, 22-6
Carteret, Philip, 22-7
Chadwick, Sarah, 236, 237
Chamber, Frances, 32-4
Chamber, Gawin, 185
Chamberlen, Peter, 102, 109
Charles II, 24, 31
Chesterfield, 189, 190
christening see baptism
Church, Mary, 113, 114, 116
churching of women, 102, 105, 106, 107, 110, 111
Clarke, Dr Timothy, 23, 73
Clerk, Gilbert, 163 n. 1, 165
Clifford, Lady Anne*, 13, 53, 60-4, 136, 198, 200, 201-2, 244
Clifford, Francis, fourth Earl of Cumberland, 60, 61, 64, 244
Clifford, George, third Earl of Cumberland, 60-1, 244
Clifford, Margaret, Countess of Cumberland, 63, 198, 200, 201-2, 244
clothes, children's, 133, 139, 140, 147, 149, 150, 164, 168
Coe, Barbara, 167, 168, 244
Coe, Betty, 167, 244
Coe, Henry, 168, 169, 244
Coe, James, 168, 169, 244
Coe, Judith, 167, 244
Coe, Sarah, 167, 244
Coe, Thomas, 168, 169, 244
Coe, William*, 167-9, 244
Coe, William (son), 167, 244
Coley Hall, 161, 162
consumption (disease), 119, 128
Cooper, Sir Anthony Ashley, Baronet, later first Earl of Shaftesbury*, 69, 245
Cooper, Lady Margaret, 69, 245
Council of the North, 228
Cressener, John, 176, 177
Crew, John, first Baron Crew, 25-6
Crompton, Thomas, 234, 236
Culverwell, Ezechiel, 225, 226
Currey, Henry, 32, 186
Curtius, Dr Alexander Charles, 165
Cuthberts or Cuthbert, John, 44, 46
Dagenham or Dagenhams, 24-7
Dakins, Mrs Thomasine, 57
Dati, Gregorio, 2, 3, 4
Deal, 34
death-beds, 82-5, 87-8, 98, 120, 142, 143, 162, 199-200, 202-5, 210, 212-13, 230
Dee, Arthur, 105-6, 137, 138, 245
Dee, Jane, 105-8, 138, 245
Dee, John*, 12, 101, 102, 104, 105-8, 134, 245
Dee, Katharine, 106-7, 138, 245
Dee, Madinia, 138, 245
Dee, Margaret, 139, 245
Dee, Michael, 137, 245
Dee, Rowland, 107, 138, 245
Dee, Theodore, 138, 245
Delaval, Lady Elizabeth, 13, 15, 16, 27-32, 198-9, 200, 209-11, 245-6
Delaval, Robert, 210, 246 Denton, 70, 235, 248
Dohna, Count, 28, 246
Dorset, Earl of, see Sackville, Richard
Downham, Lancs., 108, 228-31
dowries, 18, 24, 35-7, 42, 44-6, 51, 173, 207, 217
Dyrham Park, 50
East Newton, 122-3, 124, 154 n. 2, 155, 256
Eccleston, Mr, 179, 180
Egerton, Elizabeth, Countess of Bridgewater*, 136, 152, 246
Egerton, Lady Katherine, 136, 152, 246
Ensum, Robert, 207
Esholt, 46-7
Evelyn, Elizabeth, 16, 38-40
Evelyn, John*, 3, 16, 38-40, 246
Evelyn, Mary, 39-40, 151-2, 246
Evelyn, Richard, 151-2
Eyre, Adam*, 52, 65-9, 247
Eyre, Henry, 41-3
Eyre, Susanna, 52, 53, 65-9, 247
Felsted, 86
Firmin or Firmyn, William, 223, 224
Fones, Thomas, 225, 226
Forth, John, 225, 226
Forth, Mary, 225, 226
Freke, Elizabeth*, 13, 53, 89-93, 221, 238-40, 247
Freke, Elizabeth (daughter-in-law), 238-40
Freke, John, 238-40
Freke, Percy (husband), 90-3, 238-9, 247
Freke, Percy (grandson), 238-9 Freke, Ralph (father), 89-91, 247
Freke, Ralph (son), 90, 91, 92, 238-40, 247
funerals, 85, 86, 108, 111, 116, 120, 122, 124, 130, 141, 146, 168, 202, 221, 229, 231, 233, 235, 236, 240
games, children's, 134, 137, 138, 154, 155, 157, 160, 168
Gyles or Kite, Sarah, 231, 233
Gillibrand, William, 40-2
godparents, 103, 105, 106, 110, 111, 113, 118, 119, 121, 123,124, 127, 163, 221, 225, 231
Grant, Mr, 180-1
Greenacres, Richard, 227, 229, 242
Greene, John*, 102, 110-11, 150-1, 248
Greene, John (father), 110-11, 248
Greene, John (son), 110, 150-1
Greene, Mary (wife), 110-11, 248
Greene, Mary (daughter), 110-11
Greene, Thomas, 111
Greenham, Richard, 58
Griffin, Lady Essex, 29-30
Groton, 223-6, 257
Guildford, Sir Richard, 2
Guy, Robert, 163, 165
Hackness, 56, 57, 58, 249
Hackney, 214, 215, 217
Hagady, Thomas, 163
Halifax, 161, 162, 234, 248
Hannington, 90-1
Harlakenden, Mary, 117, 118
Harlakenden, Richard, 114, 116, 117
Harrold, Anna, 99, 248
Harrold, Edmund*, 5, 52, 53-4, 94-100, 248
Harrold, Sarah (wife), 94-9, 248
Harrold, Sarah (daughter), 94, 99, 248
Hartshorn, Barbara, 35-8
Hartshorn, Elizabeth, 35-8, 250
Hawley, Robert, 190, 236, 237, 238
Hazlehead, 65, 68
Heighes, Aunt, 126-7, 258 Hemingway, Samuel, 44-6 Herbert, John, 105, 138 Heythrop, 40-3
Heywood, Abigail, 71, 163, 193, 248
Heywood, Eliezer, 71, 161, 193-4, 248
Heywood, Elizabeth, 70-1, 130, 248
Heywood, John, 71, 130, 161-3, 193-4, 248
Heywood, Oliver*, 54, 70-1, 130, 161-3, 172, 193-4, 220-1, 234-6, 248-9
Heywood, Richard, 235, 248
Hilles, Johane, 222, 223
Hilles, William, Sr, 223
Hilles, William, Jr, 223, 225, 226
Hipswell, 119, 153, 256
Hoby, Lady Margaret*, 12, 13, 53, 55-60, 249
Hoby, Sir Thomas Posthumous, 55-60, 249
Horrocks, Ann, 100, 248
Howard, William, 201, 202
Hutchinson, Lucy, 54 n. 1
infant mortality, 104
Isham, Ferdinando, 164
Isham, Justinian (brother), 164
Isham, Sir Justinian, Baronet (father), 136, 163-6, 249
Isham, Thomas*, 6, 133, 135, 163-6, 249
Isham, Lady Vere, 165, 249
Jackson, Daniel, 184-5, 186, 250
Jackson, Isabel, 186 n. 4, 250
Jackson, James*, 32, 172, 184-8, 250
Jackson, Jane, 186, 187, 250
Jackson, John, 184-5, 186, 250
Jackson, Joseph, 172, 184, 186, 187-8, 250
Jackson, Richard, 32-4, 186, 250
Jackson, William, 186, 187, 188, 250
James, I., 61, 244
James II, 191
Jeake, Samuel*, 16, 17, 35-8, 198, 199, 212-13, 250
Jeake, Samuel (father), 36-8, 198, 199, 212-13, 250
Jermyn, Philip, 110, 248 jointure, 24, 35, 37, 64, 65, 203 Jolly, Mrs (wife of Thomas), 87-9, 250
Jolly, Thomas*, 87-9, 250-1
Jones, Katherine, Countess of Ranelagh, 82, 85
Josselin, Jane (wife), 103,112-18, 148, 149, 177, 251
Josselin, Jane (daughter),112-13, 148, 149, 251
Josselin, John, 149, 172 n. 1,251
Josselin, Mary, 103, 117-18,147-8, 149, 150, 251
Josselin, Ralph*, 10-11, 102, 103, 112-18, 147-50, 171-2, 176-8, 251
Josselin, Ralph (son), 113-16, 251
Josselin, Thomas, 147-50, 172, 176-8, 251
Journal d'un Bourgeois de Paris, 1
Joyce, Anthony, 233-4
Joyce, William, 233-4
Kenall, John, 175, 176
Kite, Sarah see Gyles, Sarah Knole, 61, 139, 244
Lamport, 163-6, 249
Lane, Betty, 77
Langdale, Frances, 40-3, 243
Langdale, Marmaduke, third Baron Langdale of Holme, 40-3
Langworth, John, 181-3
Leighs, 81 n. 2, 87
libri di ricordanze, 2-3, 14
Lillington, Mary, 93, 94
Linton, 57, 249
Little Lever, 234, 235, 236, 248
Livingston, Lady Elizabeth see Delaval, Lady Elizabeth
Livingston, James, Viscount
Newburgh, 198-9, 200, 209-11, 245
London, 24, 74, 77, 91-2, 103, 109, 141, 145, 150, 171, 173, 176-7, 180-4, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 207, 215, 232, 234, 239
Lowe, Ellin, 209
Lowe, Roger*, 15, 16, 17, 19-22, 200, 209, 251
Loyola, Ignatius, 3
Macfarlane, Alan, 9, 11
Manchester, 157, 235, 252
Manners, Lady Elizabeth, 29
March, Mr, 178-9
marriage settlements, 24, 35-7, 41-6
Marshall, Sally, 15, 48-51, 199
Mathewman, Godfrey, 65, 66
measles, 134, 162
Medcalfe, Sir Thomas, 227-9
menstruation, 101, 105-8
Micklethwait, Dr, 82, 84, 85
Middleton, 230-1
midwives, 101, 108, 109, 110, 112, 114, 117, 118, 120, 121, 125-7
Mildmay, Sir Thomas, 219, 222, 223, 224, 226
Mildmay, Walter, 224, 226
Mills, Mr, 187-8
miscarriages, 101, 106, 122, 131
Mitchell, Edward, 65, 66, 67
Molyneux, William, fourth Viscount, 40-1
Montaigne, Michel de, 5
Morris, Dr Claver*, 135, 169-70, 252
Morris, Elizabeth or Betty, 135, 169-70, 252
Montagu, Edward, first Earl of Sandwich, 15, 22-4, 72, 199, 220, 222, 253
Mountagu, Jemima, Countess of Sandwich, 22-7, 73, 77, 78
Mountagu, Lady Jemima, daughter of Earl of Sandwich, 22-7
Munke, Samuel, 185
Munkes, Richard, 185
Munning, Munnings,
Humphrey, 224, 225, 226, 227
Muskett, Joan or Johane, 223
Naylor, James, 21-2
Naylor, Mary, 15, 16, 19-22
Naylor, Roger, 19-22
Newcastle, 44-7
Newcome, Daniel, 135, 156-60, 180-4, 252
Newcome, Elizabeth, 158, 160, 180, 182, 184, 252
Newcome, Henry*, 6, 7, 134, 156-60, 171-2, 178-84, 252
Newcome, Henry (son), 135, 156-9, 178-80, 182, 252
Newcome, Peter, 156, 158-9, 252
Newcome, Rose, 157, 252
Newcome, Thomas, 182 n. 1, 183
Newdigate, Amphilis, 166
Newdigate, Lady Mary, 166, 252
Newdigate, Richard (son), 166
Newdigate, Sir Richard*, 136, 166, 252
Norton, Anne, 126-7
Norton, Col., 179-80
Norton, Lady Frances, 91, 92
Norton, Mary see Woodforde, Mary
Notestein, Wallace, 8
Nuns, Thomas, 163 n. 1, 165
Oglander, Bridget, 16, 18
Oglander, Lady Frances, 65, 253
Oglander, Sir John*, 16, 18, 65, 253
Ord, John, 44-6 Oswaldkirk, 154
Oxford, 171, 172, 176, 178-9, 186, 187-8, 196
Pembleton, a dancing master, 74, 75, 76
Penn, Margaret, 76
Penn, Sir William, 76, 208, 233
Pepys, Elizabeth, 53, 72-8, 207, 208, 232, 233, 234, 253
Pepys, John (father), 77, 199, 205-8, 233, 253
Pepys, John (brother), 205, 206, 207, 208
Pepys, Margaret, 77, 199, 200, 205-8, 233, 253
Pepys, Paulina (Pall), 72, 207
Pepys, Roger, 220, 232
Pepys, Samuel*, 6, 7, 11, 14, 16, 17, 22-7, 53, 54, 72-8, 199, 200, 205-8, 220, 221-2, 231-4, 253-4
Pepys, Thomas, 74, 206
Perkins, William, 59
plague, 109, 134, 141-2
Pledger, Elias*, 6, 131-2, 173, 196-7, 254
Pledger, Elias (son), 131, 196, 254
Pledger, Elizabeth (wife), 131-2, 173, 196, 254
Pledger, Elizabeth (daughter), 131, 254
Pollock, Linda, 9
Potter, Emma or Emm, 15, 22, 251
Powell, Samuel, 49-50, 215
punishment, corporal, 135, 138, 159, 194-5
Ranelagh, Lady see Jones, Katherine
Rathbarry, 91
Raydale House (Wensleydale), 227-9
Rhodes, Richard, 56, 57
Rich, Charles, fourth Earl of Warwick, 80-7, 254
Rich, Mary, Countess of
Warwick*, 80-7, 254
Richards, Mice,' 52, 93-4, 254
Richards, John*, 93-4, 254-5
Richards, John or Jack (son), 93
Richards, Thomas, 94
Richardson, Richard, 163
rickets, 119
Robinson, Mrs (aunt of Nicholas Assheton), 222, 227-9
Rochdale, 234, 235, 236
Rogers, Richard*, 55, 255
Roscarrock, John, 174, 175
Rowse, A. L., 8
Ryder, Dudley*, 6, 15, 16, 47-51, 199, 213-17, 255
Ryder, Elizabeth, 51, 199, 213-17, 255
Ryder, Richard (father), 51, 199, 213-17, 255
Ryder, Richard (brother), 214
Ryder, William, 215, 216, 217
Rye, 35-8, 212 n. 1, 213
Sackville, Anne, Countess of Dorset see Clifford, Lady Anne Sackville, Lady Margaret, 63, 64, 136, 139-40, 244
Sackville, Richard, third Earl of Dorset, 60-4, 136, 139-40, 198, 244
St Michel, Alexander, 220, 232
St Michel, Balthasar, 220, 232
Salford, 71
Sandwich, Earl of see Mountagu, Edward schools, 133, 138, 149, 150-1, 162, 163, 169, 184-5, 193, 194-6
Sergeant, Thomas, 179-80
service, domestic and agricultural, 15, 171, 172, 173, 188-92
Shelsley, 180
Sherborne, Richard, 229, 230, 231
Sherlock, William, 96, 97
Slingsby, Lady Barbara, 135, 146-7, 255
Slingsby, Sir Henry, Baronet*, 5, 135, 146-7, 255
Slingsby, Thomas, 135, 146-7
smallpox, 122, 124, 134, 152, 154-5, 161-2
Stamper, John, 185-7
Stanhope, Lady Dorothy, 31, 245
Starkie, Thomas, 229, 230 Still, John, 219, 223, 224 Still, Nathaniel, 224, 225 Swallow, Dr, 84, 85
Symans, Mary, 34 n. 1, 242
teeth, teething, 104, 110, 111, 113, 128, 140
Thomlinson, Mr Robert, 4 6
Thornton, Alice*, 102, 103, 119-24, 153-6, 199, 202-5, 256
Thornton, Alice or `Naly' (daughter), 119, 153-4, 204, 256
Thornton, Christopher, 123-4, 256
Thornton, Elizabeth, 119-20, 153, 256
Thornton, Katherine, 154-5, 204, 256
Thornton, Robert, 122-3, 155-6, 256
Thornton, William (husband), 120, 121, 204, 256
Thornton, William (son), 120, 256
Thornton, William (son), 121-2, 153-4, 256
Tippet, Sir John, 38
Trinder, Mr, 41-3
universities, 171, 172, 176, 178-9, 186, 195-6
Walker, Dr Anthony, 83
Wallington, Elizabeth, 109, 136, 142-3, 256
Wallington, Grace, 109-10, 134, 141-6, 256
Wallington, John (brother), 142
Wallington, John (son), 141, 143, 256
Wallington, Nehemiah*, 12, 102, 109-10, 134, 135, 141-6, 256
Wallington, Nehemiah (son), 109, 143-4, 256
Wallington, Samuel, 145-6, 256
Wallington, Sarah, 102, 110, 135, 143, 144-5, 256
Wandesford, Lady Alice, 119, 153, 199, 202-5, 256
Wandesford, Christopher (father), 203, 256
Wandesford, Christopher (brother), 203
Wandesford, John, 203
Webb, Sir John, 40-1, 43
Webb, Lady Mary, 40-3
weddings, 17, 26-7, 32-5, 38, 43, 46, 47, 163, 221, 225, 226
West Bilney, 90, 91 n. 1, 92, 93, 238-40, 247
Westminster, 77 n. 10, 232-4
Westminster School, 138
wet-nurses, 103-4, 105-8, 110, 111, 119, 129, 134, 144
Whalley, 230-1
Wheatcroft, Anne (mother), 221, 236, 257
Wheatcroft, Anna (daughter), 188-9, 190, 191, 192, 237, 257
Wheatcroft, David, 190, 191, 257
Wheatcroft, Elizabeth (wife), 189, 190, 191, 257
Wheatcroft, Elizabeth (daughter), 189, 190, 192, 237, 257
Wheatcroft, Ester or Hester, 188, 189, 191, 192, 257
Wheatcroft, John (son), 189-90, 191, 257
Wheatcroft, John (cousin), 191
Wheatcroft, Leonard*, 172, 173, 188-92, 200, 221, 222, 236-8, 257
Wheatcroft, Leonard (son), 188-92, 257
Wheatcroft, Samuel, 236, 237
Wheatcroft, Sarah, 192, 237, 257
Wheatcroft, Solomon, 191, 257
Wheatcroft, Titus, 191, 192, 200, 257
Wheatcroft, William, 192, 236, 237, 238
Whitehead, William, 234, 235
Wight, Mary, 233, 234
Wight, William, 220, 232, 233, 234
Wikes, Randolph, 164
Wilkinson, Mr, 44-6
wills, 39, 72, 85, 94, 201, 203-4, 221, 223
Winchester College, 194-6
Winthrop, Adam*, 5, 219, 222-7, 257-8
Winthrop, Anne (wife), 219, 226, 257
Winthrop, Anne or Anna (daughter), 223, 225, 226, 257
Winthrop, John (brother), 223, 224, 226
Winthrop, John (son), 224, 225, 226, 257
Wolrich or Wooldridge, Mr, servant to the Earl of Dorset, 64, 202
Woodforde, Alice (wife), 125-7, 258
Woodforde, Alice (daughter), 125, 258
Woodforde, Heighes, 125-7, 258
Woodforde, John, 194-6, 258
Woodforde, Mary, 194-6, 258
Woodforde, Samuel*, 102, 125-7, 195, 258
Woodforde, Samuel (son), 195, 196, 258
Woodrooffe, Thomas, 80 n. 1, 84, 86
Woodrooffe, William, 80 n. 1
Worton, 227, 228
Wright, John, 165
Wright, Lady Anne, 25-6


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