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INDEX.

T

Tailboys, Sir Walter, 181.

Taillebois, family of 206.

Tanning formerly chief trade of Horncastle, 53.

Tennyson, A., and brother married in Horncastler 44, 162.

Thatched publichouse, by will, 164.

Theft from St. Mary's Church, 43 and note, 47, 48.

Theleby, 208.

Thief to catch thieves, 161.

Thimbleby, 165-176.

„ church described, 175, 176.

„ „ engraving of, 171.

Thornton-le-Fen, 210.

„ „ Church, 210

„ „ School, 210.

Thornton family, 210.

Three Maids' Inn, 164.

Thymelby family, 24, 2$, 168, 181.

Tibetot, Robert, 12, 19, 20.

Tom Cat Inn, 164.

Toynton, High, 180-184.

„ „ Church, 181, 182.

„ Low, 184-188.

„ „ Church, 184-186.

„ „ „ engraving of, 185.

Trafford, W. H., Esq., 191, 202.

Train-bands, arms of, 14.

Trinity Church Horncastle, 57-6o.

„ „ engraving of, 59.

Trunyan's, light of, our lady's light, &c., 44, 45.

Tumby Chase, 202.

Turner and Cato Street Conspiracy, 155, 156.

„ Sir Edmund, 184.

Tymelby, Ivo de, 207.

Tyrwhitt, Douglas, a lady, 52.

„ old county family, 29, 208.

U

Umfraville, Earl of Angus, 168, 181.

Union, the, or workhouse, 133-135.

Union, early laws concerning paupers, 133, 134.

V

Volunteers, history of, 145-148.

„ Drill Hall, 148-150.

„ practiced on Edlington Road, 162.

W

Walter, Rev. H., B.D., History of England, 64.

Waring, river name, meaning " rough," 2

Watson's Free School, 108-111.

„ „ „ property of, no.

„ „ „ Governors, original, 110 and note.

Well-syke, field and wood name, 190 and note.

Wesley, John, 65-67.

„ Charles, 65.

Wesleyan, sect of, 64-71.

„ Chapel, 70.

„ „ engraving of, 65.

„ circuits, 66.

„ centenary, 71.

Whelpton Almshouses, 142-144.

Whichcote, Clinton, of Coningsby, 207.

Wildmore Fen added to Horncastle, 209

Wilksby, 207.

„ Church, 208,

Williams, Thomas, missionary, 69, 70.

Willoughby, William de, and family, 167.

„ de Eresby, Lord, 204.

Winchester, Bishop of, held land in Coningsby, 206.

Wood Enderby, 201-203.

„ „ Church, 201, 202

Workhouse, before Union, 134.

„ village, 134.

Y

Young Churchmen's Union, 63.

Z

Zouch, Eudo la, bequest to, 197.


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