H.; -, Thomas; Winchcomb -, rectory, -, rectory house, -, roads, -, Roman Catholicism, -, school, -, tithes, -, village hall (Samman Hall), -, windmill, drainage, -, windmills, -, woodland

Routh (or Ruda, Rue), -, advowson, -, aerodrome, -, bridge, -, chapel, manorial, -, charity, -, church, -, church, nonconformist, -, common fields, -, common meadows, -, common pastures, -, courts, -, cross, see under Leven -, curates, -, domestic architecture, -, drainage, -, hermitage, -, hospital, medieval, -, inclosure, -, industry, -, inn, -, manor houses, -, manors, -, mill, -, moated site, -, monastic grange, -, parish council, -, parish officers, -, poor relief, -, population, -, protestant nonconformity, -, rectors, and see -, Brandesby; Gedney; Griffith; -, Hall, Chas.; Hildyard, Chris.; -, Ros, John; Samman, A.

St. John: -, Agatha de, -, Agnes de, m. Adam (fl. 13th cent.), -, Alice de, -, Gerard de, -, fam., -, Baron, see Paulet, Wm.

St. Quintin: -, Agnes de, w. of Herb. (fl. early 12th -, cent.), see Arches -, Agnes de, wid. of Herb. (d. by 1223), -, see Stutville -, Alice de, -, Anselm, -, Ant., rector of Hornsea, -, Eliz. de, m. Sir John Marmion, -, Gabriel, -, Geof., and his w. Constance, -, Herb. de (fl. early 12th cent.), -, Herb. de (d. by 1223), -, Sir Herb. de (d. 1302), -, Sir Herb. de (d. by 1302), s. of last, -, Sir Herb. de (d. 1339), -, Sir Herb. de (d. 1347), -, Herb. de (d. 1398), -, Jane (or Joan), m. Rob. (or Ric.) -, Dolman, -, Joan, w. of Wm., see Twyer -, John de (fl. 1316), -, Sir John de (d. 1397), -, John (fl. 16th cent.), -, Laura de, wid. of Sir Herb. (d. -, 1339), -, Laura de (d. 1369), m. Rob. Grey, -, Sir John de St. Quintin, -, Lucy de, ?wid. of Sir Herb. (d. 1302) -, or Sir Herb. (d. by 1302), m. -, Rob. de Cotum, -, Marg., m. – Noddall, – chat room uzbekistan, Margery de, wid. of Herb. (d. -, 1347), m. Hussey, -, Margery (fl. 16th cent.), m. – -, Monkton, -, , -, Ric. de (fl. 1166), -, Ric. de (fl. c. 1350), n -, Wm. de (fl. mid 13th cent.), -, Wm. (d. 1529), -, -, m. St. Quintin, -, fam.,

Scott: -, Chris., -, Cuthbert, bp. of Chester, rector of -, Beeford, -, F. A., -, Sir G. G., -, G. L., -, Jos., -, Thos., -, Wm., -, Wm. Richardson,

Sir Rog

Scruteville (or Ringbrough): -, Alan de (fl. c. 1150), -, Alan de (fl. c. 1200), grds. of last, -, Emma de. m. John de Ros, -, Ric. de, -, (Sir) Wm. de (fl. late 12th cent.), -, (Sir) Wm. de (fl. earlier 13th cent.), -, grds. of last, -, fam.,

Scures: -, Alan de, -, Ansketil de, -, Hen. de, -, Joan de, m. (Sir) Rob. Hildyard, -, Maud de, -, Rob. de (fl. mid 12th cent.), -, Sir Rob. de (fl. mid 13th cent.), -, Rob. de (fl. 1286, ?another), -, Wal. de, -, Wm. de, -, fam.,

Seaton (in Sigglesthorne), n, -, chapels, nonconformist, -, charities, -, domestic architecture, -, inclosure, -, inns, -, manors, -, mere, see Hornsea, mere -, mill, -, Oddfellows’ lodge, -, playground, -, poor relief, -, population, -, protestant nonconformity, -, rectory, -, roads, -, Seaton House, Hall, -, schools, -, tithes, -, village halls, -, woodland,

See: -, Brian de la, -, Joan (or Jane) de la, m. (Sir) Pet. -, Hildyard, -, (Sir) Martin de la, n, -, Marg. de la, m. Sir Hen. Boynton, -, Maud de la, see Monceaux -, fam.,

Mat

Sigglesthorne, -, advowson, -, bridge, -, charities, -, church, -, common fields, -, common pastures, -, court, -, curates, assistant curates, lesser -, clergy, -, domestic architecture, -, drainage, -, fair, -, guild, -, inclosure, -, inns, -, manor, -, manor houses, Manor Houses, -, mill, -, moated site, -, parish officer, -, poor relief, -, population, -, protestant nonconformity, -, railway station, see Hatfield, Little -, rectors, and see Bentinck, W. -, H. E.; Birmingham; Garnett; -, Law; Monceaux, Rob.; Trafford -, rectory, -, rectory houses, -, roads, -, Roman Catholicism, -, St. Lawrence’s well, -, schools, -, Sigglesthorne Hall, -, tithes, -, windmill(s), -, woodland, -, and see Catfoss; Hatfield, Great and -, Little; Seaton; Wassand

Skevington: -, Sir John (d. 1525), -, John (fl. mid 16th cent.), -, John (fl. 1601, ?the same), -, Sir John (fl. 1656), -, Ursula (fl. 1656), wid. of -, -, Wm. (d. 1551), -, Wm., s. of last, -, Wm. (fl. 1601, ?another),

Skipsea, -, plates -, advowson, -, bombing range, -, borough, see Skipsea Brough -, castle, -, plate -, chapels, nonconformist, meeting -, houses, -, plates -, church, -, common fields, -, common meadows, -, common pastures, -, court, -, Crow Garth, Grange, grange see -, under Beeford -, domestic architecture, -, drainage, -, fairs, -, guild, guild hall, -, inclosure, -, industry, -, inns, -, landing place, port, see Newhithe -, lesser clergy, -, manor, -, markets, -, meres, -, Oddfellows’ lodge, -, parish officers, -, poor relief, -, population, -, protestant nonconformity, -, Rechabites’ lodge, -, rectors, -, rectory, -, rectory house, -, roads, -, schools, -, Skipsea Benevolent (or Poor Man’s) -, Friendly Society, -, tithes, -, vicarage, -, vicarage houses, -, vicars, and see Cornwall, -, Ralph; Glede, Thos.; Selow, -, John and Rog. -, village feast, -, village halls, recreation room, parish -, room, plate -, water supply, -, windmill, and see under Cleeton -, and see Bonwick; Cleeton; Dringhoe; -, Newhithe; Skipsea Brough; -, Ulrome; Upton