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Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1920.

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H

Haarlem (Harlame, Harleham), in Holland, 2009, 2809.

Habart, Jean de, captain of Aire, taken prisoner by the French, 2532, 2534.

Haberdashers or merchant haberdashers, 438 (1 mm. 6, 10, 26), 438 (2 mm. 26, 29), 438 (3 mm. 13, 23, 32, 34), 438 (4 mm. 10, 24, 27):pp. 1496, 1499, 1508:g. 682 (14), 731 (20), 924 (27), 1003 (10), 1044 (15), 1170 (3), 1172 (6), 1494 (32), 1602 (18), 1732 (29), 3582 (13).

Haberden (Habirden, Abyrden, &c), Peter, 438 (3 m. 22).

Habochi, John, a Danish gold miner, 810.

Haborough (Haweburg), Linc., 1803 (m. 1).

Habton, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 13).

Habyngdon. See Abingdon.

Hacche (Hathe), Hugh atte, 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, - (Hache), Th., 1262:g. 833 (58 iv.).

Haccheman, Roger, 1033:g. 969 (56).

Haccombe (Haccoumb, Hakcombe), Devon, 438 (3 m. 9):g. 833 (20).

Hache. See Hacche.

Hackebury. See Heytesbury.

Hackbushes, 1189. See Ordnance; also War payments.

Hackeland, John, g. 833 (58 iv.).

Hackelett. See Hakluyt.

Hackeswad, John, purser, 3513.

Hackett (Haget, Haket), John, 438 (2 m. 20).

Hackford next Reepham (Hakford next Resam), Norf., 438 (1 m. 3).

Hacking (Hakkyng), Wm., rector of Greete, 438 (3 m. 14).

Hackney (Hakene, Hakoney, Hakyney), Midd., 95, 438 (2 m. 20), 438 (3 mm. 3, 10), 438 (4 mm. 5, 18), 2765:g. 969 (17).
-, -, St. Augustine's, rector of, 438 (3 m. 7).

Hackuluet. See Hakluyt.

Haclyf. See Hatcliff.

Hacomblen or Hacomplaynt, Robert, clk., provost of King's College, Cambridge, p. 1534:g. 1083 (50).

Hacon, John, g. 2222 (12).

Hacquinet Dandefort, 2875.

Haddenham (Hadnam, Hadenham), Camb., 438 (2 m. 19).
-, -, Heyngton in, 438 (1 m. 2).

Haddershelfe. See Hathershelf.

Haddes, John, 438 (2 m. 8).

Haddington (Adindain), in Scotland, hospital of St. Laurence, 835, 3589:p. 1522.

Haddiscoe (Haddesco), Norf., 438 (1 m. 12).

Haddley. See Hadley.

Haddon, East-(Esthaddon), Ntht., 438 (3 m. 6):p. 1548.

Haddon, Nether and Over, Derb., 438 (3 m. 23), 438 (4 m. 25), 1803 (2 m. 3).

Haddon, West-, Ntht., 438 (3 m. 6).

Haddon, Sir Henry, g. 731 (27).
-, -, Richard, or Sir Richard, mayor of London (151213), g. 731 (27 ii.), 1732 (2 m. 16).

Hadeclyffe. See Hatcliff.

Hadefeld or Hadfeld. See Hatfield.

Hadenham. See Haddenham.

Hades, Wm., g. 1662 (35).

Hadfield (Hatfeld), Derb., 438 (3 m. 3).

Hadfile. See Hatfield.

Hadham, Great-, Herts, 438 (3 m. 16).

Hadham (Haddam) Parva, Herts, 438 (4 m. 24).

Hadleigh (Hadley, Hadlowe, Hadlegh), Essex, 438 (2 m. 9), 438 (4 m. 8):g. 94 (35).

Hadleigh (Hadley, Halley), Suff., 438 (1 m. 19), 438 (2 mm. 20, 29), 438 (4 m. 11), 1803 (1 m. 1), 1803 (2 m. 2).
-, -, charter to, g. 1836 (28).
-, -, rector of, 438 (3 m. 15).

Hadleigh Ree, Essex, g. 94 (35).

Hadley, Edw., yeoman of the Pantry, g. 54 (64).
-, - (Hedley), Ric., 438 (2 m. 13).
-, - (Haddley), Rob., g. 2684 (56).

Hadlow, Essex. See Hadleigh.

Hadlow (Hadloo), Kent, 438 (1 m. 22), 438 (3 m. 18):g. 833 (21).

Hadnall, Th., g. 1662 (1).

Hadnam. See Haddenham.

Hadrian, Cardinal. See Corneto, A. de.

Haeze, Francis de, of Ostend, 1500.

Hafburgh. See Happisburgh.

Hag, the. See Cap de la Hague.

Hagborne, West-(Westhaggebourne), Berks, 1803 (1 m. 2).

Haget or Hagette. See Hackett.

Hagh. See Haugh; also Hawe.

Hagh, Ric. See Halgh.

Hagnaby (Hagneby), Linc., abbey, 438 (3 m. 7), 438 (4 m. 18).
-, -, -, abbot. See Starton, R.

Hagnet or Hagonet, honor of. See Boulogne, &c.

Hague (La Haye), in Holland, 884, 919, 2009.
-, -, letter dated at, 83.
-, -, Council at, 2009.
-, -, -, letter to, 1466.

Hagworthingham (Hagunthyngham), Linc., 1803 (1 m. 6), 1803 (2 m. 4).

Hailes (Helys), Lord, of Scotland, 2313.

Hailes (Haylys, Heylys), Harry, 2305 iii. bis, 2722.

Hailsham (Haylysham), Suss., 438 (4 m. 10).

Hailston. See Helsington.

Hainault (Haynau, Henago, Henaud, Heynault), 1265 (p. 580), 1647 (p. 743), 1925, 1929, 2047, 2110, 2266, 2371, 2462, 2534, 2753, 2976, 2985, 2994, 3009, 30512, 3174, 3258:g. 218 (21).

Hainault king of arms, 3051.

Hainault (Heynold) bailiwick, in Waltham Forest, g. 2422 (9).

Hainton (Hynton), Linc., g. 2535 (25).

Haise, Hays or Hayse, Albert, Easterling, 2832 (iii., v., vi.):p. 1496.

Haistynges. See Hastings.

Haitfeld. See Hatfield.

Hak. See Hack.

Hakcombe. See Haccombe.

Hakelet or Haklet. See Hakluyt.

Hakevyll or Hakewell. See Hawkwell.

Hakford. See Hackford.

Hakker. See Hawker.

Hakluyt (Hakulette, Hackelette, Hakelet, &c.), Ralph, 438 (3 m. 17):p. 1538:g. 11 (10, 11), 924 (31), 1494 (4, 9), 2055 (69), 2484 (9), 2772 (3), 3499 (12).
-, -, Richard, s. and h. of Henry, 438 (2 m. 27).
-, - (Hakeluyt, Hokkelet, Hakelet), Walter, 438 (3 m. 20), 438 (4 m. 25).

Hakoney. See Hackney.

Hakulette. See Hakluyt.

Halbeard, Hervey, ship captain, 16.

Halden, Kent, 438 (3 m. 9):g. 257 (73).

Halden, Bernard, clk., g. 2863 (7).
-, -, Ric., 1803 (1 m. 3).

Haldenby, Emma, 438 (2 m. 21).

Haldershote. See Aldershot.

Haldeworthe or Haldesworth. See Holdsworth.

Hale, Chesh., 438 (3 m. 11).

Hale, John, g. 1732 (13).
-, -, Ric., 438 (4 m. 15):g. 2137 (23).
-, -, Rob., g. 1732 (30).
-, - See also Hales, and Hall.

Hales (Halis), Christopher, 438 (2 m. 8).
-, - (Halys, Hale), Edw., 438 (1 m. 1):p. 1536.
-, - (Halys), James, wood carver, 307 (p. 142).
-, - (Halys), John, 438 (2 m. 8), 2733:p. 1539:g. 132 (33), 289 (43), 587 (5), 1732 (25), 1948 (14), 2422 (5), 2684 (8).
-, -, Mildred, prioress of St. Sepulchre's, Canterbury, 438 (4 m. 28).
-, - (Hals, Halis), Ric., 438 (2 m. 4):g. 833 (58 iv.).
-, - (Halys), Th., 438 (3 m. 32).

Halesowen (Halysowen), Salop, 438 (3 m. 12).
-, -, abbey, g. 94 (35), 749 (40).
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 632 (44).

Halewell, Dors., 438 (2 m. 14).

Halford, Sir George, App. 26.

Halgh or Hogh, John, s. and h. of Rob., 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, - (Halghe, Hagh), Ric., 438 (2 m. 32), 1803 (2 m. 2).

Halhed, Henry, p. 1534.

Halifax, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 25), 438 (3 mm. 9, 13, 25), 1803 (1 m. 1), 3598:g. 54 (3), 132 (31).

Halile, John, servant of Lord Darey, 2914.

Halkerston, George, merchant of Edinburgh, 5834.
-, -, Thomas, provost of Creichton, archd. of Aberdeen, tutor to Alex. abp. of St. Andrews, 106, 212, 292, 41112, 1735 (pp. 791, 793):p. 1530.

Hall, Anne, 559 (p. 327).
-, -, Eliz., 436 (4 m. 3).
-, - (Hale, Halle), Francis, 1803 (2 m. 1):p. 1540.
-, -, John, 438 (1 m. 1), 438 (4 m. 26):g. 2617 (15).
-, -, John, rector of Caythorpe, p. 1528.
-, -, Katharine, 438 (4 m. 19).
-, -, Margaret, wife of Robert, 438 (3 m. 13).
-, -, Matthew, 3030.
-, -, Nic., 438 (4 m. 3).
-, - (Haulle), Piers, 20 (p. 16).
-, - (Halle), Ralph, 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, -, Ric., 438 (4 m. 19), 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, -, Rob., 707:g. 1602 (8), 2862 (7).
-, - (Halle), Robert, keeper of Ludgate prison, 438 (3 m. 13).
-, - (Halle), Roger, 438 (2 m. 21), 2968 (4):pp. 1502, 1512.
-, - (Halle), Th., 438 (3 m. 26), 3529:p. 1538:g. 218 (49), 1804 (9, 37), 1948 (32), 2222 (16 Hunts), 3408 (16).
-, - (Hale, Halle), Thomas, M.D., M.A., 438 (4 m. 3):g. 414 (67).
-, -, Th., priest, of the Chapel Royal, 707.
-, -, Thomas, rector of Garsdon, g. 804 (51).
-, -, Th., rector of Folkingham, g. 1462 (23).
-, -, Thomas, Wolsey's servant, 1924.
-, -, -, letter to, 1653.
-, -, Wm., 1803 (1 m. 6), 2382.
-, - (Halle), Wm., abbot of Laventon, 438 (2 m. 31).
-, -, Wm., rector of Whittington, g. 1221 (54).

Halle (Haulx, Our Lady of Hawes), near Brussels, 1213, 1226, 1469.

Hallewin, Louis de, Sieur de Piennes, q.v.

Halley, Suff. See Hadleigh.

Halley (Hallay, Hallee), John, 438 (1 m. 12):g. 1123 (12).
-, -, Th., messenger, 82 (p. 42).
-, - (Hawlay), Thomas, Rougecrosee pursuivant, 1450 (p. 661), 1735, 2239, 2246 (1,3,4), 2268, 2375, 2580, 2734, 3143, 3565:p. 1516:g. 158 (87).
-, -, -, signature of, 2734.

Hallington (Halingeon), Line., 438 (4 m. 25).

Hallyathe. See Hollyat.

Halmer. See Hanmer.

Halnaker (Halfnaked), Suss., 438 (2 m. 14):g. 2964 (43).

Halnouct. See Anhalt.

Halrigge. See Hayrigge.

Hals. See Hales; also Halse.

Halsall (Halshall), Sir Henry, 1493, 3483:App. 26.
-, - (Halsale), John, 438 (1 m. 20).
-, -, John, rector of Woodborough, g. 731 (6).

Halse (Hals) St. John's, Soms., 438 (2 m. 10).

Halsey (Alsey), Thomas, penitentiary at Rome, bp. of Leighlin (May 1513), 1053, 1910:p. 1528.
-, -, -, letter to, 1053.

Halsland. See Hasland.

Halspade. See Alspath.

Halstead (Alstede), Essex, vicar of, p. 1521.

Halstow, Kent, rector presented, g 1415 (1).

Halswell or Halsewell, Nic., clk., canon of York, 438 (2 m. 15).
-, -, Rob., 438 (2 m. 15).

Halswey, Soms. [in Bicknoller], 438 (3 m. 25).

Haltemprice (Hawtemprice, Hautenprise, Hauctenprice, Hawdenprice) priory, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 8), 3315.
-, -, confirmation for, g. 485 (14).
-, -, election of prior, g. 3107 (50).
-, -, prior. See Womberslay, J.

Halton, Chesh., 438 (2 m. 29), 438 (4 m. 2).

Halton (Hawlton), Linc., 438 (1 m. 17), 438 (2 m. 20).

Halton, Nthld., g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Halton, Oxon. See Holton.

Halton on the Hill, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 21).

Halton, John, 438 (1 m. 17).

Haltus, , friend of Erasmus, 2519.

Halwill, Devon, 438 (2 m. 7).

Halwell (Halighwill), Joan, daughter of Richard H. of Halwill, Devon, 438 (2 m. 23).
-, -, Ric., g. 218 (52), 381 (18).

Halweye, John, g. 833 (58 iv.).

Halyday, Adam, 707.
-, -, John, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 43).

Halyfeld. See Hellifield.

Halys. See Hales.

Halywell. See Holywell.

Halywell nunnery. See under London.

Ham, Bucks. See Notes and Errata, 519 (13).

Ham, Suss., 559.

Ham, East- (Estham), Essex, g. 2055 (128).

Ham, West. See West Ham.

Hamble (Hamyll, Hambl Rysse), Hants, 438 (1 m. 9), 3318 iv.

Hambledon (Hamulidon, Hamulden), Surr., 438 (1 m. 12), 438 (2 m. 27).

Hambleton (Hamyldon), Rutl., 1803 (1 m. 1).

Hambrook (Hambroke), Glouc., g. 2964 (1, 2).

Hamburg, in Germany, 1210, 1324, 13301, 1336, 14789.
-, -, letter to the Governors, 1325.
-, -, Senate of, 285.

Hamby, Linc. See Humby.

Hamby, Agnes, widow of Thomas, 438 (3 m. 2).

Hamerton, George, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 41), 3038.
-, -, John, 438 (1 m. 22):p. 1547.
-, -, John, serjeant at arms, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42).
-, -, Rayner, 2671.
-, -, Roger, clerk of the market, g. 1044 (23), 2861 (24).
-, -, -, inquisitions by, 2671.
-, -, Wm., 20 (p. 15), 82 (p. 41).

Hames. See Hammes pursuivant.

Hamfay, Suss., 559.

Hamilton, Andrew, 3540.
-, -, David, bp. of Argyle (or Lismore), 2461, 2551, 3119.
-, -, James, lord Hamilton, earl of Arran, q.v.
-, -, Sir James of Finnart, 1585.
-, -, John, of Broomhill, 1585.
-, -, Sir Patrick, of Kincavil, 20 (p. 15), 1585, 2461.
-, -, -, letter to, 2990.

Hamlet, John, 707 (p. 383).

Hamlyn, John, g. 2535 (15).

Hammerton (Hamerton), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 22).

Hammerwich (Homerwiche), Staff., 438 (3 mm. 3, 6).

Hammes (Hampnes, Hammez, Hammes) Castle, near Calais, 193 (p. 100), 226, 438 (1 m. 10), 589, 1050, 2834, 2875, 3222.
-, -, castle and lordship of, g. 190 (34), 257 (4, 5, 27), 519 (12), 546 (36), 1316 (41), 1365 (16).
-, -, letters dated at, 30623.
-, -, lieutenant of. See Mountjoy, Lord.

Hammes (Hampnes, Hamswel) Well, 2380, 2391.
-, -, rector of, 193 (p. 100).

Hammes pursuivant (Hames, Hams), 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 2854, 2888:p. 1516.

Hammes or Hammys, Wm., son of Henry, 438 (2 m. 25).

Hamo, Robert son of, charter of, g. 381 (99).

Hamond, Bart., player, 20 (p. 16).
-, -, Henry, g. 3107 (8).
-, -, John, gunner, 1517, 2785:g. 1123 (24).

Hampden, Bucks, 438 (3 m. 25).

Hampden (Hamden),, of the Hill, 1176 (1, 2).
-, -, Sir Edm., g. 94 (20), 604 (9), 2861 (36). See Notes and Errata, 2137.
-, -, Eliz., 438 (3 m. 25), 438 (4 m. 9):g. 804 (47).
-, -, Etheldreda. See Notes and Errata, 2137.
-, - (Hamden), John or Sir John, esquire for the Body, a Spear, 20 (p. 12), 438 (3 m. 25), 2480 (31):App. 26:p. 1534.
-, -, Ric., 438 (2 m. 14):Notes and Errata, 2137.
-, -, Wm., 438 (3 m. 31):g. 804 (47). See Notes and Errata, 2137.

Hampnes. See Hammes.

Hampnet (Hamptenett), Suss., g. 218 (35).

Hampnet, West- (Westhamptenet), Suss., 438 (2 m. 29).

Ham Preston (Ampristron), Dors., rector of, p. 1521.

Hampshire (Hamshyre, Hanpshere), 205 (p. 106), 559, 1409 (2), 2098:p. 1517:g. 132 (26), 381 (75), 632 (26), 833 (11, 58 ii.), 969 (23), 1365 (24), 1462 (1), 1494 (9, 55), 1524 (30), 1602 (38), 1662 (27), 1732 (21), 2055 (100), 2222 (12, 16), 2484 (9, 17), 2684 (39), 2964 (72), 3408 (18, 19), 3499 (12, 29).
-, -, commission of the peace, pp. 15378.

Hampstall (Hamstall) Ridware, Staff., 438 (2 m. 24), 438 (4 m. 2).

Hampstead (Hampstede), Midd., 438 (4 m. 22).

Hampstead Marshall (H. Marchall), Berks, g. 94 (35).

Hampsterdam. See Amsterdam.

Hamptede. See Hempstead.

Hampton, Oxon, 438 (2 m. 20).

Hampton in Arden, Warw., 1493 v.:g. 1266 (9).

Hampton Bishop, Heref., rector of, p. 1525.

Hampton Court, Midd., 438 (2 m. 29), 3024.

Hampton on the Hill, Warw., g. 2055 (129).

Hampton Poyle, 438 (4 m. 14).

Hampton,, of Southampton, g. 11 (10).
-, -, Geoffrey, g. 3226 (12).
-, -, Henry, 438 (1 m. 21).
-, -, John, 438 (1 m. 21):g. 546 (64).
-, -, Robert, App. 14.
-, -, Thomas, D.D., abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 963, 1638, 3464:g. 485 (52), 546 (63).

Hamsey (Hampsey, Hamshay, Haunshay), Suss., 438 (3 m. 9), 438 (4 m. 1):g. 969 (38).

Hamsfeld. See Heimfels.

Hamstall Ridware. See Hampstall.

Hamsted,, 559.

Hamswell. See Hammes.

Hamulidon. See Hambledon.

Hamworth, Dors., 438 (2 m. 19).

Hamworth, Yorks. See Hemsworth.

Hamyll. See Hamble.

Hamyldon. See Hambleton.

Hanam. See Hanham.

Hanaper, the, 438 (3 m. 22), 596, 3313 (6):g. 54 (62), 632 (55), 709 (14), 833 (43), 1494 (29), 1836 (4), 1948 (31), 2055 (131), 3499 (75), 3582 (6, 12).
-, -, clerk or keeper, g. 2055 (61), 3107 (20), 3324 (44), 3408 (25). See Lupton, R.; Heron, J.
-, - Accounts, 109, 579, 875, 1406, 2315, 3315.

Hanault, Prince of. See Anhalt.

Hanboc, Th., 20 (p. 17).

Hanbury, Worc., p. 1512.

Hancok, Alice, 438 (3 m. 22).

Handborough (Hanebergh), Oxon, g. 381 (24).

Handeley, Ralph. See Henley.

Handley (Hanley), Chesh. [near Bollington], 438 (4 m. 16).

Handsacre (Honsaker), Staff., 438 (4 m. 15).

Handsworth (Hannysworth), Staff., 438 (2 m. 13).

Haneton or Hanneton,, the Emperor's secretary, 1721, 1923.

Hanford, Mr., 2765.
-, -, Edward, ship captain, 3513 (2).
-, -, Margaret widow of John, 438 (3 m. 11).

Hangest, J. de, Sieur de Genlis, q.v.

Hanging Houghton, Ntht., 438 (2 m. 25).

Hanging Stane, on the Middle March, p. 1260.

Hangmer. See Hanmer.

Hanham (Hanam), Ric., 438 (1 m. 11).

Hankyn (Henkyn), John, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).

Hanley, Chesh. See Handley.

Hanley, Worc., 438 (2 m. 28):g. 94 (47), 969 (33), 1524 (47), 3408 (5).

Hanley, Ralph. See Henley.
-, -, Roger, p. 1518.

Hanmer (Hangner), co. Flint, 438 (2 m. 26).

Hanmer (Hangmer), John, 438 (2 m. 26).
-, -, Sir Th., App. 26.
-, - (Halmer), Th., merchant tailor, 438 (1 m. 24).

Hanna, Th., 20 (p. 17).

Hannart, John, 2521.

Hannay (Banney), Dogge, falconer to James IV., 1262 (p. 578).

Hanneton. See Haneton.

Hannibal (Hanyball, Honyball), John, LL.D., commissary of York, 438 (3 m. 13):g. 3226 (25).

Hans, the gunfounder. See Popenruyter.

Hansard or Hansart, Ant., 1803 (2 m. 1), 3313 (6), 3483:g. 158 (63), 749 (6), 3408 (21).
-, - (Hanserd, Hansert), John, 438 (3 mm. 8, 31):p. 1549.
-, -, John, ship captain, 2304 (3 i., iii., 4, 5), 2305 (p. 1035), 2936.
-, -, Ric., letter from, 3058.
-, -, Wm. or Sir Wm., 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5), 2480 (52):App. 26:p. 1540:g. 749 (6), 804 (13), 969 (52), 1171 (3), 3582 (14).

Hanserdam. See Amsterdam.

Hanse Merchants, or "Merchants of the Steelyard," 309, 438 (2 m. 33), 586, 696, 903, 1493 vi., 1564 (p. 718), 3196:p. 1516.
-, -, justiciary in London. See Tate, Sir J.

Hanshawe, Wm., mayor of Gloucester, 438 (3 m. 27):g. 1662 (1).

Hansley Wodhous. See Annesley.

Hanslope (Hanslap, Hanslepe, Hanselape, Hanscope), Bucks, 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (2 mm. 9, 13, 15), 438 (3 m. 12):g. 257 (32), 709 (36).
-, -, rector of, 438 (1 m. 8), 1803 (2 m. 3):p. 1525:g. 94 (54).

Hanson, Oliver, g. 2964 (51).
-, -, Rob., p. 1520.

Hanstanton. See Hunstanton.

Hanstede, John, g. 2055 (122).

Hanwell, Suss., g. 132 (51).

Hanworth, Linc., g. 1316 (4), 2772 (11).

Hanworth, Midd., 153:g. 54 (69), 1316 (4).
-, -, grants dated at, g. 132 (18), 158 (31), 190 (1), 218 (22), 357 (12), 381 (1, 55), 604 (49), 632 (15), 3499 (26).

Hapieynkyn. See Ap Jenkin.

Happisburgh (Hafburgh), Norf., 438 (2 mm. 19, 31), 438 (3 m. 26).

Hapton. See Hopton.

Har. See Havre.

Haracombe, Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Harbard, gunfounder. See Pole.

Harbart. See Herbert.

Harbatell. See Harbottle.

Harbernford (Hurbernford), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Harberton (Hurberton), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Harbledown (Herbaudon, Harbaldoune), Kent, hospital, confirmation for, g. 749 (334).
-, -, rector of, p. 1528.

Harborne, Staff. (Horbren, Worc.), 438 (4 m. 22).

Harborough (Ardeborough, Haverburgh, Harborowe), Leic., 438 (4 mm. 21, 25).

Harbottle (Harbottell, Herbotell), Nthld., 438 (1 m. 24):g. 2222 (10).
-, -, letters dated at, 2026, 2443.
-, -, castle of, 131.

Harbottle (Harebotell), Chr., rector of Thoresway, g. 1316 (2).
-, - (Harbotylle, Harebotylle), Ralph, 438 (1 m. 5).
-, -, Sir Wynchard, slain at Flodden, 2246.
-, - (Harbatell), Wigard, g. 357 (21).

Harcourt,, 2053.
-, - (Herecourt), Edm., 438 (1 m. 26).
-, - (Harecourt, Hercorte), Fras., sewer of the Chamber, 20 (p. 14), 2480 (25).
-, -, Joan, wife of Edmund, 438 (1 m. 26).
-, - (Harecorte), Sir Ric., 438 (4 m. 17).
-, - (Harecourt, Hercourt, Harencourt), Ric., 20 (p. 18), 438 (1 m. 8):p. 1534.
-, - (Harecourte), Rob., g. 94 (51).
-, - (Herecourt, Hertcorte, Harrecourt, Harencourt), Simon or Sir Simon, 438 (1 m. 26), 2480 (25):App. 26:p. 1542:g. 2055 (95 ii.), 3499 (12).
-, -, Th., g. 257 (49).
-, - (Harecorte, Harecote), Wm., 438 (4 m. 17):p. 1542:g. 257 (49), 632 (26), 2222 (16 Oxon).

Hardcastell (Herdcastell), Wm., p. 1520.

Hardeclyffe. See Hatcliff.

Hardelegh. See Harlech.

Harden (Harding), John, chaplain, 20 (p. 17).
-, -, John, prb. of Penkridge, g. 1003 (12).
-, -, John, rector of Worthy Mortimer, p. 1529.
-, - (Harding), John, M.A., rector of Bladon, g. 289 (14), 731 (56).
-, -, John, rector of Yelvertoft, g. 731 (39).
-, -, John, rector of Upton Lovell, g. 2535 (19).

Harden or Hardyn. See also Arden.

Harderwyk (Hardwick), in Holland, 2809.

Hardhed, John, clk., 438 (1 m. 19).

Harding, Alan, 874 (2):p. 1506.
-, -, John. See Harden.
-, -, Nic., justice of assizes, g. 94 (50), 132 (48), 381 (39).
-, -, Rob., 1262.
-, -, Wm., 438 (2 m. 11).

Hardingham, Norf., 438 (4 m. 18).

Hardlaugh. See Harlech.

Hardouin (Hardwyn), Jean, French prisoner, p. 928.

Hardsough (Hardeshawe), Lanc., 438 (2 m. 29).

Hardwareman, 438 (3 mm. 26, 28).

Hardwick (Hardwyke), Glouc., 1803 (2 m. 4).

Hardwick, in Holland. See Harderwyk.

Hardwick (Hardewyke), Norf. [in Runcton], 438 (3 m. 16).

Hardwick (Herdwike), Oxon, g. 2684 (1).

Hardy, John, g. 448 (3).
-, -, Rob., 438 (4 m. 3).

Hardyn, in Hainault, 2392.

Hardys (Herdys), Wm., 438 (1 m. 23).

Harebotell. See Harbottle.

Harebroun or Harebrowne, George, p. 1543.

Harecote or Harecourt. See Harcourt.

Harefield (Hareford, Herefeld), Midd., 438 (3 m. 22):g. 449 (3).

Hareford. See Harefield.

Harescombe, Glouc., 438 (3 m. 34).

Harewell. See Harvel.

Harewood (Harwod), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 14), 438 (3 m. 4):g. 2055 (108), 2484 (12).

Harfleur (Herflew), in Normandy, 1594, 1835, 1971.

Harford. See Hertford.

Harigge. See Hayridge.

Harington, Lord, 438 (3 m. 21).

Harington. See Harrington.

Harlakynden, Roger, 438 (3 m. 18).

Harlam. See Haarlem.

Harlech (Hardelegh, Hardlaugh) Castle, in Wales, 438 (2 mm. 9, 20), 438 (3 m. 20).

Harleston (Herleston, Parleston), Norf., 438 (2 m. 12), 438 (4 mm. 11, 16), 1803 (1 m. 3).

Harleston (Herleston), Ntht., 438 (2 m. 25).

Harleston, Suff., g. 414 (30).

Harleston, Alice, widow of Robert, g. 2055 (18).
-, -, Clement, g. 2055 (18).
-, -, John, rector of Blaxhall (temp. Edw. III.), g. 651 (10).

Harley, Salop, 438 (4 m. 14).

Harling, East- (Estharlyng), Norf., 438 (3 m. 22).

Harlis Park, Devon, [near Ashburton,] g. 3499 (48).

Harlowe, Essex, 438 (1 m. 20):g. 289 (16).

Harlsey (Harlesey), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 9).

Harlton, Camb., rector of, 438 (3 m. 29).

Harman, John, of the Queen's stable, 82 (p. 41).
-, - (Harmer, Hermer), Wm., 438 (2 m. 33).

Harmanson, Eliz., 438 (3 m. 19).

Harnes or Harneys, Thomas, prior of Black Friars, Ipswich, 438 (2 m. 34).

Harness. See Armour; also Horse harness.

Harnham, East- (Estharneham), Wilts, 438 (1 m. 25).

Haro, Diego Ramirez de Villa Escusa de, bp. of Malaga, Spanish ambassador to Maximilian, 6 (p. 6), 8189.

Haroldston (Harroldston), co. Pemb., 438 (1 m. 17).

Harowe, Walter, 20 (p. 14).

Harper (Harpur), Eliz., widow of Richard, g. 604 (36).
-, -, George, g. 1316 (22).
-, -, Henry, auditor, g. 381 (90).
-, - (Harpur), John, groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 15), 953.
-, - (Herper), John, serjeant at arms, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42).
-, - (Harpur), Marg., 438 (1 m. 2).
-, -, Roger, 438 (1 m. 23).
-, -, Th., S.T.P., 438 (1 m. 23).
-, -, Walter, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40):g. 804 (48), 2137 (13).
-, - (Harpur), Wm., 438 (1 m. 2).
-, - (Herper, Harpour), Wm., ship captain, 1661 (4), 1786, 1844 (p. 843), 1971, 2304 (3, 4), 2305 iii. bis, 2686, 2842 ii., 2938:p. 1517.

Harpfield, Louis, draper, 719.

Harpham (Herpham), Yorks, 438 (3 m. 4).

Harpham, John de, charter of, g. 381 (81).

Harpole (Horpole), Ntht., g. 2617 (19).

Harpsfeld (Harpysfeld), John, g. 2055 (48, 812).
-, - (Hairepesfeld, Herepisfeld, &c.), Lewis, 1803 (2 m. 6):p. 1520:g. 2055 (48, 812).

Harptree, West- (Westharptre), Soms., 438 (4 m. 21).

Harpur. See Harper.

Harrecourt. See Harcourt.

Harreson. See Harrison.

Harrewell. See Harvel.

Harrietsham (Heryettisham), Kent, 438 (3 m. 23).

Harriett, Harriot or Haryott, Wm., 438 (1 m. 19), 2480 (28), 2656 (6).

Harrigge. See Hayridge.

Harringay (Harryngey), Midd., 438 (1 m. 4).

Harrington, Ntht., 438 (3 m. 5).

Harrington (Haryngton), Eliz., d. and h. of Sir John, 438 (2 m. 30).
-, - (Haryngton), Hamlet, gentleman usher, 20 (p. 16).
-, - (Haryngton), Isabel widow of Sir James, 438 (3 m. 30).
-, - (Haryngton), James, 2480 (22).
-, - (Harington), James, dean of York, 631, 1272.
-, - (Haryngton, Heryngton), John, 438 (3 m. 28):g. 132 (26), 632 (26), 969 (23), 1494 (9).
-, - (Haryngton), Nic., 2443.
-, - (Haryngton), Sir Thomas, 438 (2 m. 30).
-, -, Th., p. 1512.

Harriot. See Harriett.

Harris or Harres (Herrys), 2575 ii.
-, -, Francis, g. 381 (54).
-, -, Isabella, g. 381 (54).
-, - (Herres, Harreson, Harryes, Haryez), John, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 438 (4 m. 16):p. 1548:g. 604 (10).
-, -, John rector of King's Ripton, g. 289 (26).
-, - (Harries, Harreys), Laurence, 438 (4 m. 20).
-, -, Philippa, g. 381 (54).
-, - (Harries), Rob., 438 (2 m. 33):pp. 1539, 1545:g. 132 (26).
-, - (Harries, Haries), Th., 438 (4 m. 28).
-, - (Harries), Wm., 707 (p. 383):p. 1518.
-, -, Wm., clk., g. 132 (79).

Harrison or Harreson, Harry, g. 1948 (14).
-, - (Haryson), John, 1505, 3425.
-, - (Haryson), John, ship master or loadsman, 1661 (p. 752), 2842 iv., 2938 ii.:p. 1497.
-, - (Harreson), Piers, farrier, 20 (p. 16), 82 (p. 41).
-, - (Haryson), Robert, a heretic, 752 ii.
-, - (Haryson), Valentine, 2404.

Harrold, Wm., rector of Mellis, g. 833 (49).

Harroldston. See Haroldston.

Harrop, Thurston, 2759.

Harrow (Harowe), Midd., 438 (4 m. 14), 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, - Hill, Midd., p. 1512.
-, - Weald (Harowe Welde), Midd., p. 1512.

Harrowdon (Herredon, Harwedon Magna), Ntht., 438 (2 m. 20), 438 (3 m. 5):g. 158 (77).

Harsey. See Hercy.

Harston, Camb., 438 (3 m. 22).

Hart, Harte, Herte or Hert, Edw., 2542.
-, -, John, 438 (2 m. 6):g. 414 (44), 1172 (8).
-, -, John, trumpet, 20 (p. 16), 82 (p. 43).
-, -, Ralph, p. 1549.
-, -, Ric., 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 41):g. 414 (2), 784 (28).
-, -, Ric., purser, 2478, 3148.
-, -, Rob., groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 228:g. 414 (2).
-, -, Thomas, 1046.
-, - (Hert), Th., draper, g. 709 (15), 1221 (12).
-, -, Th., master gunner and ship captain, 20 (p. 16), 311n., 1004, 1414, 1463 v., 1529, 2308, 2346, 2738, 2834, 3222:pp. 1506, 150810, 151314:App. 17:g. 94 (3).
-, -, Wm., 438 (3 m. 23), 2803.

Hartegood, Rob., g. 731 (8).

Hartenshay, Dors., 438 (4 m. 23).

Harteshorne, Ric., 2483.

Hartest (Herthest, Hertest), Suff., 438 (2 m. 9):g. 414 (30).

Hartevanbusse. See Bois le Duc.

Hartfeld, John. See Hatfield.

Hartfield (Hertfeld, Hatfeld), Suss., 438 (3 m. 18), 2668, 2832 (iii., v., vi.):pp. 1509, 151112:g. 709 (26).

Hartford, Berks, g. 682 (8).

Hartford Bridge (Herfordbryg), Hants, 1495 (3).

Hartforth (Herforth), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 13).

Harthaumbusse. See Bois le Duc.

Harthill (Herthyll), Derb., g. 2684 (78).

Harthill wapentake, Yorks, g. 132 (32).

Hartington (Hertyngton, Hortyngton), Derb., 438 (4 m. 26 bis).

Hartland (Hertland), Wm., 438 (2 m. 9).

Hartlepool (Hertilpole), Dham., 1262 (p. 578), 1803 (2 m. 5).

Hartley (Hertley), Nthld., 1262 (p. 578).

Hartley (Arteley), Westmld., 438 (2 m. 15).

Hartley (Herteley), John, g. 2055 (16, 21).
-, - (Harteley), Th., rector of Great Billing, g. 1602 (39).

Hartlington (Hertlyngton), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 7).

Hartridge (Hertriche), Berks, 1803 (2 m. 5).

Hartshead (Hartyshed, Hertished), Th., 438 (2 m. 18).

Hartwell (Hertwell), Bucks, 438 (3 mm. 18, 31):g. 632 (72).
-, -, Sircotes or Sithcotes lands, g. 969 (56).

Hartwell (Hertwall), Staff. [near Stone], 438 (2 m. 12).

Hartwell or Hertwell, John, p. 1548:g. 2964 (66).
-, -, Ric., 438 (3 m. 24):g. 2055 (71).
-, -, Wm., g. 2055 (107).

Hartys, Ric., rector of Doynton, p. 1529.

Harweholme. See Haverholme.

Harvel (Harrewell, Horrewell, Harewell), Edmond, 438 (3 m. 26).

Harvey or Harvy (Hervy),, ship master, 1661 (4).
-, - (Hervy), Edmund, g. 2964 (33).
-, - (Hervy), George or Sir George, gentleman usher, 20 (p. 14), 81, 438 (1 m. 6):App. 26:g. 709 (6).
-, - (Hervy), H., 1463 viii.
-, -, Humphrey, p. 1543.
-, -, John, 438 (4 m. 11), 707 (p. 383):p. 1549.
-, - (Hervy), Nic., 3529.
-, - (Harvy), Ric., 3023.
-, - (Hervey), Rob., 3023:g. 2964 (33).
-, - (Hervy), Th., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 438 (3 m. 8).

Harward, George, 1575 (p. 723), 2738, 2909:g. 1365 (9).
-, - (Hayrward, Herward, Howard), George, ship captain, 1463 viii., xii., 2478 (3), 3137 (16):pp. 15012, 1506, 1508.

Harwedon. See Harrowdon.

Harwegge. See Hayridge.

Harwell, Lady Agnes, 438 (1 m. 14):g. 1804 (4).
-, -, Thomas s. and h. of John, g. 1804 (4).
-, -, Wm., 438 (1 m. 14).

Harwich, Essex, 1080, 1672, 2478 ii., 2865, 3137 (16).
-, -, letter dated at, 1480.
-, -, ships of, 1982 (4).

Harwod, Yorks. See Harewood.

Harwood (Horewode), Devon, 438 (2 m. 27).

Harwood Magna, Bucks, 438 (3 m. 11).

Harwood (Harwode), John, 438 (4 m. 25).
-, - (Herwode), Peter, 438 (2 m. 11).
-, - (Harwod), Th., 1262 (p. 578).

Haryngey. See Harringay.

Haryngton. See Harrington.

Haryott. See Harriet.

Hasard, Rob., 438 (2 m. 32).

Hasel, George, 2049.

Haselden. See Hasilden.

Haseley (Hastley), Warw., 1493 v.:g. 158 (36), 709 (41), 2055 (129).
-, -, lands in, g. 1221 (20).

Haseley, Edward, g. 3499 (45).
-, -, Th., g. 54 (62).

Haselrig. See Hasilrig.

Haselwod. See Hasilwood.

Hasfield, Glouc., 438 (3 m. 23).

Hashton. See Aston.

Hasilden (Haselden, Hassilden), Francis, 20 (p. 14), 438 (2 m. 19):p. 1534:g. 94 (99), 257 (49, 84), 682 (3).

Hasilor (Hasellore) hundred, Dors., g. 94 (35).

Hasilrig (Hasilrigge), Eliz., 438 (1 m. 11).
-, - (Haselrig, Hesulrygge), Rob., groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (pp. 38, 41):p. 1542:g. 54 (86), 257 (81).
-, - (Hasylryg, Hesylryg), Th., 438 (1 m. 11):pp. 1539, 1542:g. 218 (12), 784 (3).
-, - (Hasilrigge), Wm., 438 (1 m. 11).

Hasilwood (Haselwode), Edmund, 438 (1 m. 26), 1803 (1 m. 6):p. 1541:g. 804 (28).
-, - (Haselwode), John, 438 (3 m. 26), 1803 (1 m. 6):g. 1494 (40).
-, -, John, teller of the Exchequer, 1409.
-, - (Haselwode), Th., keeper, &c., of Westminster Palace, 438 (1 m. 26).

Hasland (Halsland), Derb., 438 (3 m. 5), 438 (4 m. 13).

Hasle. See Hazeley.

Haslebury Plucknet (Hasilbare Pluknet), Soms., 438 (2 m. 30).

Haslerton, Th., g. 632 (20).

Haslingfield (Haselyngefeld), Camb., g. 2617 (21).

Hassell, Th., 1947.

Hassilden. See Hasilden.

Hassill. See Hessle.

Hasta, in Italy, 2267. See also Asti.

Haste. See Asti.

Haster (Arter), John, merchant of the Staple, 1803 (2 m. 5).

Hastingleigh, Kent, 1784.

Hastings, Suss., 3001:g. 2862 (7).
-, -, priory, 438 (2 m. 25).
-, -, -, prior. See Swan, H.

Hastings or Hastynges, Anne lady, wife of Sir George, 474 n., 1549.
-, -, Sir Edward, lord Hastings and Hungerford ( 1506), 438 (3 m. 1).
-, -, Eliz., d. and h. of Sir John, g. 414 (58).
-, - (Haistynges), Sir George lord, 20 (pp. 14, 20), 37, 205, 341, 438 (3 m. 1), 474n., 963, 1046, 1453, 20512, 2392, 2838, 3464, 3483:pp. 1539, 1547:g. 381 (31), 651 (34), 1221 (27), 1804 (28).
-, -, George or Sir George, esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 16), 438 (2 m. 4):g. 289 (6), 804 (29 vi., xi.), 833 (50 iii.), 1365 (3).
-, -, -, knighted, 81.
-, -, Lady Joan ( 1505), 438 (4 m. 5).
-, -, Joan, wife of George, 438 (2 m. 4).
-, - (Hastingis), John, earl of Pembroke, q.v.
-, -, John, 1803 (2 m. 1).
-, -, Katharine lady, dec. [widow of Wm. lord H., who was executed in 1483], 438 (3 m. 1):g. 132 (72), 709 (14).
-, -, Mary lady, widow of Edward lord Hastings and Hungerford, 438 (3 m. 1):g. 651 (7).
-, -, Peter, 3522.
-, -, Richard ( 1503), lord of Welles and Willoughby, 438 (4 m. 5).
-, - (Hastinges), Sir Richard, g. 632 (9), 2772 (36).
-, -, Ric., cupbearer, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 38 bis):p. 1545.
-, -, Sir Roger, 438 (3 m. 8):g. 257 (49).
-, -, William lord ( 1483), 438 (3 m. 1).
-, -, Wm., 438 (3 m. 1), 438 (4 m. 20):p. 1539:g. 1948 (94), 222 (16 Derb.).

Hastley, Warw. See Haseley.

Haston, Suff., 438 (3 m. 25).

Hasylby, John, 20 (p. 13).

Hasyll. See Hessle.

Hatcliff (Hadclyfe, Haydeclyfe), Linc., 438 (2 m. 24):g. 1662 (54).

Hatclyff (Atclyff, Atlyf, Hatticlif, Hatteclyf), Edw., clerk comptroller, second clerk of the Kitchen, clerk of the Signet, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 39), 1422 (pp. 6501), 1444, 1495 (1 iii., 3), 1496, 1506, 1511 (p. 699), 1976 (p. 896 "Ratclif"):pp. 1511, 1513:g. 485 (623), 784 (34), 1123 (19, 20), 1316 (9).
-, -, -, signature of, 1506.
-, - (Atclyff), John, clerk of the Queen's stable, 82 (p. 41).
-, -, T., p. 1506.
-, - (Atclif, Atclyfe, Atlyff, Attcliff, Artclyff, Hadeclyfe, Hardeclyffe, Haclyf, Hedeclyffe), Wm., clerk of the Counting House, &c., 20 (p. 17 bis), 82 (p. 39), 438 (2 m. 24), 438 (4 mm. 6, 15), 1134, 1661 (11), 1748, 1904, 2009, 2305 (p. 1035), 2326:pp. 15058:App. 22:g. 449 (14), 1172 (12), 1662 (31, 35, 37, 54), 1732 (8, 14), 1948 (69, 70), 2422 (7). See Notes and Errata, 707.
-, -, -, letter from, 1904.
-, -, -, his account, 2326.

Hatfeld, Derb. See Hadfield.

Hatfeld, Suss. See Hartfield.

Hatfield (Haitfeld), Heref., 438 (1 m. 22).

Hatfield or Bishops Hatfield (Hortfeld), Herts, 438 (1 m. 20), 438 (2 m. 14), 438 (3 mm. 8, 14, 22), 438 (4 mm. 1, 13).
-, -, rector of, p. 1524.

Hatfield (Hadfile of the Thorne, Haitfelde, Hattefeld, Hatfyld), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 11), 438 (2 m. 17), 438 (3 m. 3):g. 54 (61), 94 (55, 68), 546 (61), 563 (10), 1732 (43), 1804 (6).

Hatfield Broadoak or H. Regis, Essex, 438 (2 m. 25), 438 (4 m. 1):g. 1494 (21 A.).

Hatfield, Great (Mykylhatfeld), Yorks [near Goxhill], 438 (4 m. 10).

Hatfield Peveril, Essex, 438 (2 m. 34).

Hatfield (Hatfyld), Edmund, rector of St. Mary's Hoo, g. 731 (25).
-, - (Haitfeld, Hartfeld, Hatefeld), John, 438 (4 m. 8):p. 1547:g. 158 (91).
-, - (Haitfeild, Hattefeld, Hatefeld, Hadefeld, Hadfeld), Stephen, 438 (4 m. 8), 1803 (1 m. 6).

Hatford, Berks, g. 94 (51).
-, -, rector presented, g. 190 (32).

Hathemer, Th., 1654.

Hathern, Leic., rector of, 1803 (1 m. 2).

Hathershelf (Haddershelfe), Yorks [in Sowerby], 1803 (1 m. 2).

Hatmakers or hatters, 438 (2 m. 31), 438 (3 mm. 23, 29).

Hats. See Caps.

Hattefeld. See Hatfield.

Hattisbury. See Heytesbury.

Hatton (Hotton), Chesh., 438 (3 m. 24).

Hatton, Warw., g. 1221 (20).

Hatton, John, g. 1948 (34).
-, -, Richard, canon of St. Stephen's, clerk of Parliaments, King's chaplain, 20 (p. 14), 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (3 m. 5):g. 54 (84), 218 (64).

Hau ..., Th., g. 587 (15).

Haubourdin (Pount Abovyn), in Hainault, 2392.

Hauctenprice. See Haltemprice.

Hauchet, Ric., 438 (2 m. 28).

Haugh (Hegh, Hagh), Linc., 438 (4 m. 5).

Haugh. See Hawe.

Haughley (Hawleigh, Hawley, Haughlee), Suff., g. 54 (46), 604 (8, 35), 2055 (95).

Haughton, Dham., rector of, 438 (2 m. 18).

Haughton, Ric., 438 (3 m. 31):g. 2684 (35).
-, -, Roger, 438 (3 m. 31).

Hauker. See Hawker.

Haukyns. See Hawkins.

Haulle. See Hall.

Haulx. See Halle.

Haunshay. See Hamsey.

Haunstaton. See Hunstanton.

Hause, Agnes, 438 (4 m. 12).

Hausted. See Hawstead.

Haut. See Hawte.

Hautbois, Charles de, bp. of Tournay, 2197.

Hautenprise. See Haltemprice.

Havant (Havent, Havand, Hewant), Hants, 438 (1 m. 12).
-, -, letter dated at, 2574.
-, -, rector. See Stynt, W.

Havard, Philip, g. 519 (15).

Havell, George, p. 1542.

Haverbreck (Haverbrake), Westmld., 438 (3 m. 10).

Haverburgh. See Harborough.

Haverford West, co. Pembroke, 1803 (2 m. 5):g. 54 (30), 158 (53), 190 (20), 731 (57), 2772 (54).
-, -, priory, confirmation for, g. 1266 (37).

Haverhill (Haverell), Essex and Suff., 438 (1 m. 6), 438 (3 m. 24), 1803 (1 m. 4).

Haverholme (Harveholme), Linc., priory, 438 (3 m. 15).

Havering atte Bower, Essex, 1803 (1 m. 3):g. 94 (35).
-, -, grants dated at, g. 190 (19, 27), 218 (25), 257 (6).

Haversham, Bucks, 1410.

Havre (Har), in Normandy, 42.

Haward. See Howard.

Haward, Hervy. See Hayward.

Hawarden (Hawardyn), co. Chester, 438 (4 m. 8).

Hawarden (Hawardine), Andrew, bailiff of the Scunage at Calais, 193 (pp. 99, 100), 1424:g. 969 (35).
-, - (Hawardyn), Ric., alias Chalfaunt, clk., 438 (4 m. 19).
-, -, Rob., 251.

Hawcemprice or Hawdenprice. See Haltemprice.

Haweburg. See Haborough.

Hawe or Haw, John, alderman, merchant of the Staple, 438 (2 m. 13), 1032 (2).
-, - (Haugh), John, of Norfolk, 438 (2 m. 19).
-, - (Haugh, Hagh), Ric., prior of Pontefract, 438 (2 m. 19):g. 2055 (124).
-, - (Haugh), Walter, 438 (3 m. 26).

Hawes, Our Lady of. See Halle.

Hawker (Hakker), Henry, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).
-, - (Hauker, Haweker), John, 438 (3 m. 20).

Hawkes (Hawkis), Richard, g. 2222 (12).

Hawkesfeld or Hawkesford, John, priest, under-almoner, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40):g. 751 (1).
-, -, John, rector of Marsh Chapel, p. 1525.

Hawkesworth, John, 1803 (2 m. 2).

Hawkherst (Haukeherst), Kent, 438 (2 m. 16), 438 (3 mm. 3, 20).

Hawkins, Rob., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 41), 643, 707, 786.
-, -, Roger, g. 604 (44).
-, - (Haukyns), Wm., 438 (3 m. 12).

Hawks and hawking (birding), 112, 467, 1141.
-, -, goshawks, 170.

Hawksworth (Hawkesworth), Notts, 438 (1 m. 9).

Hawkwell, Nthld., g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Hawkwell (Hakwill, Hakevyll, Haukewell), Geoffrey, 438 (4 m. 17).

Hawlay. See Halley.

Hawleigh. See Haughley.

Hawles, Hawlesse or Hawleys, Wm., p. 1538:g. 132 (26), 833 (58 ii.), 1221 (30), 2964 (72).

Hawley. See Haughley.

Hawley, Rob., ship master, 2304 (5).

Hawleys. See Hawles.

Hawlton. See Halton.

Haworth, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 13). Hainworth near Bingley?

Hawsang, Benedict, of Dantzic, letter to, 1544.

Hawstead (Hausted, Hawstede), Suff., 438 (3 mm. 9, 18), 1803 (1 m. 5):g. 414 (30).

Hawte (Haut, Haute), Edw., 438 (2 m. 12), 1784, 3517:g. 2684 (106).
-, -, Ric., 438 (2 m. 12).
-, -, Wm., g. 1732 (25).

Hawtemprice. See Haltemprice.

Hawton (Haweton), Notts, 438 (1 m. 15).

Hawton, John. See Lawton.

Hawtrey (Hawtre), Henry, 438 (3 m. 8).
-, - (Hawtry, Hawtre), Th., 438 (3 m. 29), 1397.

Haxwade (Haxwarde), Ric., 1803 (2 m. 1).

Hay (Le Haye), Salop, [near Ludlow,] g. 1948 (26).

Hay, John, prb. of Lincluden, p. 1527.
-, -, Ric., 438 (2 m. 32).

Haydarde,, 1813.

Haydeclyfe. See Hatcliff.

Haydok. See Heydok.

Haydon (Heyden), Nthld., 438 (2 m. 16).

Haydon. See Heydon.

Haydor (Heydur, Haydour), Linc., 438 (3 m. 14).

Hayes (Hays), Devon [in Broad Clist], prebend in Exeter Castle, 438 (3 m. 15).

Hayford Warren (Heyfordeworen, H. Superior), Oxon, rector of, p. 1527.

Hayles (Heyles), Glouc., 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (4 m. 6).
-, -, abbey, 438 (3 m. 20).
-, -, -, abbot. See Melton, A.

Hayling Island, Hants, confirmation of charters for, g. 381 (61).

Haymer or Hayner, Th., 438 (4 m. 12).

Hayne (Heyn), Nether- [in Chumleigh], Devon, 438 (1 m. 11).

Haynford (Heynford), Norf., 438 (3 m. 25).

Hayre. See Aire.

Hayridge (Halrigge, Harigge), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Hayridge (Harwegge, Harrigge) hundred, Devon, g. 257 (10), 749 (19), 1083 (2).

Hayrward. See Harward.

Haystercombe. See Hestercombe.

Hayt, Ric., mayor of Exeter, p. 1518.

Haytresbury. See Heytesbury.

Haytysbury. See Heytesbury.

Hayward (Heyward), Chr., 3529.
-, - (Heywarde, Haward or Harward), Harry or Hervy, ship owner, 1414, 1453 ix., 1463 viii., 2304 (5), 2738, 3483.
-, -, Rob., 438 (3 m. 30).
-, -, Rob., rector of Newton, g. 749 (41).
-, - (Heyward), Wm., King's joiner, 2799:pp. 1499, 1501.

Haywode, Devon, 438 (3 m. 31).

Haywood (Heywode), Staff., 438 (2 m. 12).

Haywood (Heywode), Maurice, 438 (2 m. 16).
-, - (Haywode, Heywod), Wm., 707, 778, 877n., 1249, 2537, 3148:g. 218 (8), 749 (29), 1948 (50).

Hazeley (Hasle), Oxon, 438 (3 m. 15).

Hazelwood (Hesilwode), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 5).

Headcorn (Hedcron), Kent, 438 (4 m. 26).

Headington (Hedyngton, Hedendon), Oxon, g. 94 (35), 2684 (69).

Headley (Hedley), Hants, rector of, 438 (3 m. 2).

Headon (Hedon, Heydon), Notts, 438 (1 m. 4).

Heage (Hugh, Hogh), Derb., 438 (1 m. 4).

Healey (Holey, Heley), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 12), 1803 (2 m. 2).

Healing (Helyng, Heeling), Linc., 438 (3 m. 12).

Heanton Sachevyle (Heampton Sachefeld), Devon, 438 (2 m. 9):g. 1804 (20).

Heath (le Hethe), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 8).

Heath (Hethe), John, painter, 707.
-, - (Hethe), John, yeoman almoner, his marriage, 648.

Heathcote (Hethcote), Derb. [in Hartington], 438 (4 m. 26).

Heathfield (Hethfeld), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Heaton (Heton), Yorks, rector presented, g. 731 (24).

Hebbeney. See Ebony.

Hebbestowe. See Hibaldstow.

Hebblethwaite (Hebeltwayt), James, 438 (4 m. 22).

Hebburne. See Hepburn.

Hebbys, Roger, 438 (3 m. 25).

Hebden, Wm., clk., p. 1508.

Hebney. See Ebony.

Hecham. See Hitcham.

Heche (Hechis, Heiche, Hiche), John, 1803 (2 m. 2).

Hechecok. See Hitchcock.

Hechyn. See Hitchin.

Hechyngfelde. See Itchingfield.

Heck (Hek) Parva, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 22).

Heckington (Hekyngton), Linc., g. 158 (17), 682 (13), 2684 (2).

Hed. See Hede.

Heda,, matre d'hotel to Charles duke of Gueldres, 1566, 1647 (p. 743).

Hedcron. See Headcorn.

Hedd or Hedde. See Hede.

Hede (Hed), Mr., of Kent, 677n.
-, - (Hedde), John, p. 1542.
-, -, Margaret widow of Henry, 438 (3 m. 23).
-, - (Hedd), Th., rector of St. Anne and St. Agnes, London, p. 1524.
-, - (Hedde), Th., rector of Brinkworth, &c., p. 1525.
-, - (Hedde, Heed, Hed), Th., vicar of Colerne, 438 (3 m. 20).
-, - (Heed, Heede), Wm., 436, 1803 (1 m. 3):p. 1539:g. 289 (43).

Hedeclyffe. See Hatcliff.

Hedendon. See Headington.

Hederyngton or Hedryngton. See Hetherington.

Hedgerley (Hegeley), Bucks, 438 (3 m. 29).

Hdin (Eden, Hesdin), in Artois, 1265, 2038, 2061, 2083 (1, 2), 2210.
-, -, letter dated at, 2110.
-, -, governor of. See Roeulx.

Hedin (Hedyng), Mons. de, 1892, 2383.

Hedingham (Hevyngham, Henyngham, Hemyngham), Essex, 438 (3 mm. 16, 17, 20), 438 (4 mm. 4, 6), 1803 (2 m. 1), 1905. See also Castle Hedingham.

Hedleghe or Hedlere. See Heedlee.

Hedley. See Hadley; also Headley.

Hedley, Wm., purser, 3513.

Hedon. See Headon.

Hedrisgill. See Hethersgill.

Hedsor, Bucks, g. 2330 (2).

Hedwardstowne. See Edwardston.

Hedwin Streams (Hydwynstremes), Nthld. [near Newcastle], g. 257 (88).

Hedworth, John, g. 257 (88).

Hedyng. See Hdin.

Hedyngton. See Headington.

Heed. See Hede.

Heedlee (Heelee, Hedlere, Hedleghe, &c.), Lancelot, 438 (3 m. 2).

Heeling. See Healing.

Heerd. See Herd.

Heewet. See Hewett.

Hegeley. See Hedgerley.

Hegenbothom, John and Otwell, 438 (4 m. 25).

Hegge, Wm., 2539.

Hegh. See Haugh.

Hegster, Raynkyn, a gunner, 1450 (p. 661).

Heiche. See Heche.

Heigham. See Higham.

Heighes, Henry, 1803 (1 m. 6).

Heighington (Eginchton), Dham., vicar of, p. 1527.

Heighley (Heyley), Staff., castle, g. 132 (105).

Heilly, M. d', 2227.

Heimfels (Hamsfeld), in Germany, letter dated at, 899.

Hekelyng. See Hickling.

Hekington. See Heckington.

Heland. See Eland.

Hele Bridge (Helebregge), Devon, [near Ashburton,] g. 3499 (48).

Helerker. See Ellerker.

Heley. See Healey.

Helflabourgh. See Elphabrough.

Helgay. See Hilgay.

Helhoughton (Helughton, Helyngton, Elyngton, Heluhton), Norf., 3442:g. 357 (31), 632 (63), 750 (6).

Hellenbourgh, Christopher count van, 1918.

Hellens (Helyns), Heref. [in Marcle], 438 (3 m. 1).

Hellespont, the, 1765.

Helley,, messenger, 20 (p. 15).

Hellifield (Halyfeld, Elleffeld), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 22), 438 (2 m. 17 bis).

Hellowe. See Belleau.

Helmsdale (Helmysdale), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 30).

Helperthorp, Yorks, grant by Alan son of Robert, of, g. 158 (32).

Helpeston Wood, Notts. See Epperstone.

Helpstone (Helpiston, Helpeston), Ntht., 438 (4 m. 12):g. 257 (32).

Helshaw (Henshaw), Salop, 438 (4 m. 5).

Helsington (Hailston), Westmld., 438 (2 m. 31):g. 1732 (1).

Helston in Kerrier, Cornw., 438 (4 m. 16), 881:g. 190 (22).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 1083 (44).
-, -, stannary of, 438 (4 m. 4).

Helton. See Hilton.

Heluhton. See Helhoughton.

Helwell, Dors., g. 94 (35).

Helyndon. See Hillingdon.

Helyng. See Healing.

Helyngton, Norf. See Helhoughton.

Helyon, Isabel d. and h. of John, 438 (4 m. 11).

Helys. See Hailes.

Hemerdon, Devon [in Plympton St. Mary], g. 3499 (73).

Hemerford. See Hymerford.

Hemeries. See Aymeries.

Hemesby (Hemmesby), Norf., 438 (1 m. 14).

Hemingbrough (Henyngburgh), Yorks, college of, provost, 438 (4 m. 9).

Hemingford (Hymmyrford) Grey, Hunts, g. 519 (61).

Hemington, Ntht., 438 (4 m. 5).

Hemington, Soms., g. 1083 (2).

Hemmesby. See Hemesby.

Hemmysley, Robert, prior of Sempringham, 438 (2 m. 34).

Hemnale. See Hempnall.

Hemnesley. See Hensley.

Hempholme, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 4).

Hempnall (Hemnale), Norf., 438 (1 m. 7), 3313 (6):g. 132 (90), 2964 (81).

Hempnale, Ralph (temp. Edw. III.), g. 651 (10).

Hempstead (Hempstede, Hampstede), Essex, 438 (4 m. 29 bis), 1803 (2 m. 1 bis).

Hempstead (Hempstede), Norf., 438 (2 m. 9).

Hempsted, John, 342.

Hempston (Hemston), Devon, 438 (4 m. 14).

Hempton (Hemton), Norf., 438 (2 m. 9).
-, -, priory (of Hempton and Fakenhamdam), 438 (4 m. 17).
-, -, -, prior. See Penton, J.

Hemswell (Hemeswell), Linc., rector presented, g. 1732 (7), 1804 (43).

Hemsworth (Hymmesworth, Hamworth), Yorks, 438 (3 mm. 3, 30).

Hemton. See Hempton.

Hemyock (Hemioke), Devon, 438 (2 m. 23).

Henage. See Henneage.

Henago or Henaud. See Hainault.

Henbery, Th., p. 1520.

Hend, Griselda, g. 289 (17).

Hendall (Hyndale), Suss. [in Buxted], 438 (2 m. 13).

Hendeley. See Henly.

Henden, Kent [near Hever], g. 833 (60).

Henden, Henry, g. 3499 (3).

Henderson (Henrison, Henresoun), James, clerk of justiciary of Scotland, 1499, 1735 (p. 793):g. 448 (1), 833 (65).
-, - (Henryson), John, clerk of justiciary of Scotland, g. 1602 (27).
-, - (Henrisoun), Thomas, a Scotch merchant, 1008.

Hendley, Surr. See Henly.

Hendly. See Heulle.

Hendour, Ric., g. 2684 (42).

Hendred, East- (Esthenred), Berks, 438 (1 m. 20).

Hendry, John, g. 3582 (13).

Hendy (Hindy, Hende), Walter, King's fletcher, 849, 1427, 1463 viii., 1903, 2832 iv.:g. 94 (21), 1365 (8).

Henfield (Henfilde), Suss., 438 (4 m. 12).

Hengbach, in Germany, 1162.

Hengham. See Hingham.

Hengham, ad Castrum. See Castle Hedingham.

Henham, Essex, g. 2535 (14).

Henham, Suff., g. 447 (23).

Henhowe (Hennowe), Suff. [near Bury St. Edmunds], g. 2964 (33).

Henkhewes. See Enkhuysen.

Henkkester, Westmld., 438 (3 m. 11).

Henkyn. See Hankyn.

Henley in Arden (Arderne), Warw. g. 709 (41), 1805 (26).

Henley upon Thames, Oxon, g. 632 (70).

Henley (Hanley, Handeley, Haneley), Ralph, 438 (2 m. 30).
-, -, Wm., alias Cley, abbot of Netley, 438 (3 m. 9).

Henllan, co. Denbigh, g. 546 (29).

Henly (Hendeley, Hendley) park, Surr., g. 414 (10), 2055 (129).

Henneage (Henage, Henege, Hennege), John, p. 1540:g. 357 (6), 651 (13), 709 (55), 804 (13), 969 (52, 54), 1171 (3), 2222 (16 Linc.), 2535 (25), 3408 (6), 3582 (14).
-, - (Honnege), Thomas, 3142:g. 2863 (13).

Hennowe. See Henhowe.

Hennuyers, i.e. Burgundians under M. de Ligne (of Hainault), 2128.

Hennyngham. See Heveningham.

Henresoun or Henrisoun. See Henderson.

Henrison (Herrison, Herryson), Rob., justice of gaol delivery, 438 (2 m. 12):g. 94 (50), 132 (48), 357 (38), 519 (60), 546 (1), 709 (34), 833 (2), 1083 (16), 1266 (34, 41), 1602 (41), 1662 (5), 2055 (93, 114), 2684 (68), 3049 (35), 3107 (55).
-, - (Herryson), Rob., mayor of Hull, g. 924 (37).

Henry I., grants of, g. 381 (27, 42, 73, 79, 81, 86, 93, 99), 414 (17, 367, 63), 447 (7, 29, 30), 485 (46, 54, 61), 519 (19, 28, 45), 546 (9, 14, 15, 345, 46, 54), 604 (37), 632 (36, 38), 682 (12), 709 (11), 750 (8), 784 (31), 833 (35), 924 (24), 1221 (13), 1316 (23), 1494 (50), 1804 (24).

Henry II., grants of, g. 381 (7, 22, 27, 42, 62, 66, 71, 73, 81, 83, 856, 99, 107), 414 (37, 42, 65, 71, 75), 447 (22, 29, 30), 485 (11, 23, 25, 27, 54), 519 (19, 28, 35, 38, 45, 53), 546 (9, 14, 15, 345, 46, 54), 563 (22), 604 (3, 378), 632 (13, 36, 38, 49, 58, 82), 682 (12, 43), 709 (4, 8, 11), 731 (4), 750 (8, 9), 784 (32), 833 (7, 38), 885 (2), 924 (24), 969 (14), 1083 (22, 33, 47), 1221 (13, 57), 1494 (8, 50), 1662 (29), 1804 (24), 2617 (39), 2861 (1), 2964 (67), 3049 (32), 3408 (30), 3499 (64).

Henry son of Henry II., grants of, g. 414 (37), 447 (29), 485 (54).

Henry III., grants of, g. 381 (22, 27, 42, 66, 71, 73, 79, 83, 85, 87, 923, 1057), 414 (5, 178, 367, 39, 41, 57, 636, 71, 745), 447 (7, 10, 29, 30), 449 (7, 16), 485 (11, 12, 17, 21, 223, 25, 278, 46, 49, 55), 519 (3, 19, 35, 38, 40, 45, 53, 65), 546 (9, 1315, 22, 34, 46), 563 (3, 22), 587 (3), 604 (3, 19, 378, 45), 632 (14, 27, 36, 38, 40, 44, 49, 589, 82), 682 (12, 15, 31, 43), 709 (4, 8, 12, 21, 29, 40, 50), 731 (4), 749 (323), 750 (810), 784 (41, 43), 833 (23, 345, 38), 885 (2), 924 (24), 969 (14), 1003 (3), 1083 (45, 47), 1123 (33), 1221 (3, 13, 57), 1266 (11), 1316 (18), 1494 (12, 19, 43, 50), 1804 (24), 2617 (48), 2861 (1), 3049 (32), 3408 (30), 3499 (64).

Henry IV., grants of, g. 381 (27, 67, 72, 79, 80, 85, 99, 104), 414 (17, 357, 40, 42, 57, 65, 701, 74), 449 (8, 16), 485 (11, 12, 17, 25, 50, 56), 519 (19, 29, 38, 45), 546 (10, 69), 587 (3, 20), 632 (29, 34, 49, 589), 682 (18), 709 (8, 28), 749 (15), 784 (32), 969 (73), 1221 (13), 1266 (28), 1316 (18), 1462 (13), 1494 (43, 50), 1732 (3), 1804 (52), 3049 (32).

Henry V., 1.
-, -, grants of, g. 381 (22, 27, 59, 67, 712, 104), 414 (8, 17, 35, 40, 42, 51, 57, 71), 449 (8), 485 (12, 13, 47, 54, 56, 61), 519 (29, 38, 69), 563 (3), 587 (3, 20), 632 (29), 682 (15), 709 (8, 28), 749 (15), 969 (73), 1266 (28), 1316 (18), 1462 (13), 1494 (43, 50), 1732 (3), 2617 (48), 3408 (30).

Henry VI., 1, 2278.
-, -, grants of, g. 381 (22, 27, 42, 59, 67, 712, 79, 85, 93, 99, 1067), 414 (8, 17, 348, 40, 42, 50, 57, 646, 701), 447 (10, 29), 449 (8, 16), 485 (2, 12, 17, 20, 22, 245, 47, 556, 61), 519 (289, 38, 65), 546 (10, 14, 15, 22, 54, 69), 563 (22), 587 (3, 20), 604 (45), 632 (134, 29, 34, 40, 49, 59, 77), 682 (12, 18, 32, 43), 709 (8, 11, 40, 49), 749 (15), 784 (40), 804 (32), 833 (29, 38), 969 (73), 1083 (48, 50), 1221 (13, 31), 1266 (28), 1316 (18), 1462 (13), 1494 (31, 43, 50), 1732 (3), 1804 (24), 1948 (25), 2617 (48), 2861 (1, 3), 3049 (32), 3408 (30), 3499 (57, 64).

HENRY VII., 40, 51, 834, 1001, 111, 115, 129, 131, 138, 154, 191, 217, 582, 590, 592, 596, 621, 627, 6901, 702, 733, 811, 877, 974, 1032, 1101, 1108, 1215, 1307, 1322, 1370, 1465, 1477, 1521, 1853, 1866, 1904, 2010, 2072, 27178, 2738, 2740, 3095, 3100, 3185, 3253, 3289, 3340, 3447, 3560, 3595:App. 5, 19:g. 257 (23), 414 (1), 448 (5), 449 (1, 2), 519 (43), 546 (29, 33, 46), 833 (67), 885 (1, 7), 1316 (11), 1948 (85), 2684 (77), 3324 (8, 39), 3499 (59, 74).
-, -, grants of, 386:g. 381 (7, 22, 27, 5965, 678, 70, 72, 802, 857, 923, 969, 1037), 414 (68, 1820, 224, 278, 3443, 49, 50, 634, 701, 75), 447 (7, 10, 16, 22, 289), 448 (8), 449 (4, 7), 485 (11, 12, 16, 17, 202, 245, 27, 29, 30, 36, 457, 49, 55, 61), 519 (3, 4, 5, 19, 289, 35, 38, 45, 53), 546 (9, 1113, 15, 523), 563 (22), 587 (3), 604 (3, 19, 378, 45), 632 (134, 23, 27, 29, 32, 34, 36, 62, 76), 682 (18, 28, 32, 43), 709 (4, 8, 29, 40, 47), 731 (15), 749 (334), 750 (810), 784 (41, 43), 804 (4), 833 (7, 29), 857 (12), 885 (2), 969 (14, 64, 73), 1003 (3, 4), 1083 (445, 48), 1123 (323), 1221 (31, 55, 57), 1266 (2, 11, 37), 1462 (13), 1494 (20, 26, 434, 50), 1602 (28), 1732 (3), 1804 (24), 1836 (16), 2617 (48), 2861 (1), 3049 (32), 3499 (64).
-, -, letters to, 6, 9, 2407.
-, -, Confessor of, 1.
-, -, debts to, 309, 314, 1493.
-, -, estimate for making his tomb, 307.
-, -, executors of, and their proceedings, 1 (p. 2), 19, 589, 308, 1493, 1780, 1784:g. 448 (4, 5), 731 (7, 20), 749 (24), 804 (49), 1123 (45), 1316 (11), 1524 (38).
-, -, footmen of, 11 (10).
-, -, funeral of, 19, 20, 342.
-, -, a godson of, g. 632 (78).
-, -, his household, 20.
-, -, illness and death of, 4, 5, 17, 212, 301, 84, 112, 143, 193 (p. 101):p. 1548.
-, -, messengers of, g. 11 (10).
-, -, will of, 1.

HENRY VIII., personal references (all others omitted), 5, 17, 37, 51, 109, 127, 1567, 159, 222, 224, 238, 250, 2534, 260, 264, 269, 278, 280, 309, 337, 3412, 360, 365, 379, 395, 407, 409, 413, 415, 421, 430, 434, 442, 463 ii., 469, 4734, 4767, 481, 508, 525, 528, 5701, 601, 669, 671 (Cur Noble), 674, 678, 698 (Cur Loyall), 725, 730, 734, 776, 793 (p. 427), 795 (2), 812 ii., 825, 8545, 871, 880, 937, 948, 960, 965, 1027, 10456, 1121, 11268, 1158, 1183, 1201, 1209, 1216, 1223, 1268, 1276, 1307, 1327, 13512, 1356, 13634, 1383, 1388, 1391, 1403, 1412, 1417, 1422, 1424, 1437, 1446, 1475, 1477, 1480, 1484, 1512, 1522, 1532, 1554, 1578, 1591, 1656, 1698, 1748, 1760, 1762, 1766, 1808, 1828, 1834, 1844, 1846, 1865, 1902, 19067, 1912, 1937, 19434, 1961, 1965, 1970, 1985, 2007, 2029, 2051, 2053, (1, 3, 6), 20601, 20634, 2065, 20679, 2071, 2076, 2081, 2087, 20912, 2107, 2110, 2120, 21256, 2138, 2141, 2157, 2159, 2162, 2166, 2168, 2171, 2173, 2182, 2189, 2195, 2198, 22002, 22089, 2212, 22267, 2249, 2255, 22612, 2265, 2273, 2281, 22956, 2305 ii., iii., 2311, 2341, 2360, 2372, 23756, 2383, 2389, 2391, 2392 (p. 1063), 23967, 2406, 2411, 2421, 24345, 2444, 2478, 2493, 2556, 2562, 2646, 2648, 2650, 2654, 2656, 2670, 2707, 2738, 2740, 2747, 2756, 2769, 2773, 2801, 2811, 28202, 2833 (2), 2844, 2852, 2865, 2902, 2907, 2913, 292830, 2932, 29401, 2957, 2999, 3003, 3018, 3024, 30401, 30624, 3091 (p. 1323), 3101, 3115, 3146, 3149, 3151, 3155, 315960, 3171, 3220, 32245, 3232, 3244, 3266, 3268, 3282, 3298, 3313 (6), 3331, 3342, 3366, 33867, 3411, 3430, 3449, 3457, 3497, 3513 (2), 3524, 3581, 3607:pp. 14967, 1503, 1517:App. 5, 9, 19, 26:g. 381 (69), 414 (53), 833 (18), 885 (7), 1172 (5, 17), 1494 (13), 1524 (17), 2055 (98), 2422 (3), 2964 (61), 3107 (42, 49).
-, -, letters from, 4, 84, 101, 104, 112, 119, 128, 143, 200, 2201, 3545, 416, 472, 555, 594, 620, 635, 740, 811, 831, 859, 898, 989, 992, 999, 1032 (4), 1182, 1186, 1196, 1210, 12145, 1234, 13145, 1423, 1443, 1452, 1492, 1521, 1571, 1583, 1596, 1640, 1642, 1648, 165960, 1661 (7), 16901, 17134, 17224, 1744, 1769, 1848, 1970 ii., 2019, 2025, 2037, 2082, 2089, 2098, 2112, 2161, 2170, 2173 ii., 2213, 2215, 2235, 2270, 2300, 2310, 2312, 2355, 2378, 24367, 2450, 2463, 2466, 2488, 2582, 2649, 2655, 2661, 2674, 2678, 27001, 27089, 2713, 2715, 2721, 2731, 2737, 2775, 28778, 2884, 2943, 2956, 2972, 2992, 3056, 3070, 30745, 3078, 3086, 313940, 3169, 3186, 3257, 3365, 3380, 3393, 3489, 3553, 3572:App. 3, 12.
-, -, letters to, 21, 61, 69, 83, 89, 100, 111, 125, 129, 135, 138, 162, 164, 166, 191, 329, 345, 382, 4267, 556, 564, 591, 625, 681, 7323, 742, 752 ii., 7667, 773, 773A., 777, 77980, 785, 899, 906, 1007, 1011, 1056, 1065, 1094, 1096, 1101, 1197, 1213, 1226, 1229, 1241, 1245, 1252, 1258, 1279, 1285, 12889, 12935, 1299, 1300, 13023, 1306, 13089, 1311, 1322, 1326, 1329, 13335, 1336, 1338, 1340, 13434, 1350, 1353, 1357, 1362, 136970, 1373, 1378, 1384, 1387, 1389, 1394, 1399, 1404, 1421, 1429, 1430, 1434, 1436, 1440, 1448, 1456, 14689, 1476, 1481, 1485, 1488, 1499, 1500, 1504, 1509, 1511, 1515, 1519, 1566, 1568, 1570, 1575, 1594, 1599, 1645, 1665, 1670, 1676, 1683, 1687, 1689, 16934, 16978, 1700, 1735, 17456, 17635, 17678, 1771, 17746, 17801, 1786, 1789, 1793, 1797, 1813, 1820, 1851, 1860, 1866, 18701, 1884, 1892, 18946, 1898, 1914, 1922, 1936, 1941, 1957, 1962, 19667, 1979, 1984, 1993, 2006, 2010, 2014, 201618, 2020, 2022, 202830, 2032, 2038, 2046, 2048, 2057, 2063, 2068, 2074, 2083, 2086, 2093, 2101, 2106, 2108, 21134, 21224, 2134, 2140, 2147, 2149, 2158, 2180, 2183, 2203, 2225, 2230, 2253, 2258, 2263, 2266, 2268, 2276, 2288, 2320, 2343, 23524, 2363, 2386, 2405, 2407, 2423, 2443, 2445, 24478, 2452, 2459, 2462, 2464, 246970, 251112, 25168, 2525, 2530, 2532, 2566, 2572, 2577, 2597, 26001, 2607, 2633, 2636, 2639, 2642, 2645, 2653, 26645, 2672, 2682, 26889, 2694, 2714, 2717, 2736, 2740, 2743, 2753, 2755, 27578, 27601, 2774, 2784, 2790, 2793, 2797, 2808, 2815, 2857, 2864, 2867, 2879, 288990, 2894, 2896, 2905, 2908, 29168, 29256, 2927, 2945, 2973, 2978, 29856, 2988, 3000, 3005, 30145, 3019, 3025, 30512, 3076, 3080, 30823, 3092, 3109, 3113, 3116, 31256, 3128, 3150, 3153, 31578, 31634, 3172, 3174, 3183, 32035, 32079, 3218, 3235, 3248, 3252, 32545, 32634, 3267, 3274, 33001, 3303, 3311, 3322, 3355, 3361, 3370, 3375, 3387, 3392, 3395, 34001, 3403, 3424, 3428, 3437, 3441, 3447, 3459, 3468, 34735, 35089, 3511, 3514, 3519, 3525, 3537, 3541, 3556, 3580, 3585, 3587:p. 152731.
-, -, children of, 469, 4734, 482, 578, 6701, 6735, 698, 707, 712, 734, 793, 3333:g. 709 (57).
-, -, coronation of, 812, 84, 98, 112, 135, 157, 1353.
-, -, -, commissioners for claims, g. 94 (43).
-, -, crown revenues, 2766.
-, -, debts owing to, 3483, 3606:g. 3226 (8).
-, -, dress, 812, 224, 269, 337, 379, 409, 439, 459, 642, 717, 719, 877n., 8878, 1068, 1107, 1144, 1227, 1390, 2971, 3293, 3530:App. 15.
-, -, his grandame. See Richmond, countess of.
-, -, handwriting of, 1661.
-, -, illness of, 230.
-, -, - (smallpox), 260910, 2634, 2697, 2703.
-, -, marriage with Katharine of Aragon, 84, 98, 101, 112, 119, 125, 135, 138:App. 5.
-, -, -, form of words used by the King and Princess, 68.
-, -, his "maundy," 717.
-, -, his "offerings," 2295, 2380.
-, -, his palm, for Palm Sunday, 403.
-, -, Papal bull granted to, 1533.
-, -, his portrait taken, 3457.
-, -, his promise not to make peace with France without Maximilian's (?) consent, 2368.
-, -, his style, "Most Christian King," 1422 (p. 651).
-, -, -, "king of France," 2496.
-, -, his will, g. 2330 (4).
-, -, Household, g. 546 (21, 72), 833 (18, 278, 37), 857 (3), 2055 (9).
-, -, -, expenses of (Act), 341, 343.
-, -, -, pardon of accounts, g. 449 (14).
-, -, -, weekly charges, 3194.
-, -, HOUSEHOLD AND OTHER OFFICERS, 1, 20 (pp. 12, 17, 20), 180, 217, 404, 457, 703, 2053 (1, 3, 5, 6 i., ii.), 2766.
-, Accatry (Catrye, Catery), 707 (p. 383).
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40):g. 784 (8), 833 (278).
-, -, purveyors, g. 587 (8), 1123 (31), 3049 (22).
-, -, serjeant, 1267. See Roche, B.; Honnyng, W.
-, Admiral of England. See Oxford, earl of; Howard, Sir Edward; Howard, Sir Thomas.
-, almoner or great almoner, g. 257 (31), 3499 (51). See Edenham, Dr.; Hobbes, T.; Wolsey, T.; Rawlins, R.
-, almoners, 707 (p. 383).
-, Almonry (almory), officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40):g. 709 (51).
-, apothecary. See below, poticary.
-, Armoury, 2053 (2), 2810, 3055, 3091 (p. 1323).
-, -, armourers, 20 (p. 15), 2765, 2810. See also Crochett, J.
-, -, yeoman. See Blewbery, J.
-, arras maker, g. 218 (16), 357 (11). See Gengham, P.; also Vanderscrete, C.
-, attorney general or King's attorney, 1493. See Erneley, J.
-, auditors, 20 (p. 19), 2053 (2).
-, Avenary, g. 1804 (22 ii.). See also Stable.
-, Bakehouse, g. 2861 (36).
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 438 (3 m. 13), 707.
-, -, conducts, 20 (p. 16).
-, -, serjeant. See Guylle, R.
-, banner bearer, g. 1948 (96). See Howard, Sir Edward; Guildford, Sir Henry.
-, barber. See Barbour, P.
-, bargemen, 707. See also master of the Barge.
-, Beds. See below Wardrobe.
-, Boiling House (Bowlynghouse), 2404.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 39), 707 (p. 383).
-, bowyer, 2053 (2).
-, brawderer or broderer. See embroiderer.
-, brigandine maker, g. 969 (6). See Gurre, W.
-, Buckhounds, 510, 798, 1251, 1256, 2454, 2949, 3494.
-, Butler of England. See below, Chief Butler.
-, Buttery or Butlery, 2404:g. 449 (14), 1172 (20).
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707:p. 1506:g. 1948 (81, 99, 100).
-, -, yeomen. See Hodgeson, W.; Fitton, W.
-, capper, 3373 (3).
-, captain of the Guard. See Darcy, Lord (till 12 May 1509); Marney, Sir H. (12 May, 1509).
-, cart takers, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 707 (p. 383).
-, carvers:
-, -, first. See Owen, Sir D.
-, -, second. See West, Sir T.
-, Catery. See above Accatry.
-, Cellar, 2404.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707:g. 54 (46), 132 (84), 257 (18), 381 (88), 485 (35), 604 (8, 15), 731 (8), 1170 (12), 1221 (26), 1266 (267), 1836 (10), 1948 (100), 2137 (13), 2617 (7), 3324 (16).
-, -, serjeant. See Mynours, R.
-, Chamber, 579, 2053 (2, 6 ii.). See also Privy Chamber.
-, -, warrants for liveries, 228, 640, 1015.
-, -, officers named, 82 (p. 42). See also gentlemen, grooms, messengers, pages, sewers, ushers, yeomen.
-, chamberlain of England. See below, great chamberlain.
-, chamberlain of the Household. See Lord Chamberlain.
-, champion. See Dymmok, Sir R.
-, Chancellor of England. See Warham, W.
-, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. See Marney, Sir H.
-, Chancellor of the Exchequer. See Lovel, Sir T.
-, Chapel, the, 20 (p. 21), 352, 707, 904, 1236, 2053 (2, 6 ii.), 2404, 3091 (p. 1323).
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 210, 877n., 938, 1092, 1143, 1248, 2426, 3330, 3355:g. 94 (22, 24), 257 (43), 381 (8), 519 (18), 749 (4), 804 (1), 833 (25), 857 (134), 1044 (21), 1123 (29, 52, 63), 1170 (2, 13), 1462 (4, 7), 1732 (11), 1948 (656), 2484 (23), 2684 (113), 2861 (4), 3324 (10).
-, -, children of, 20 (p. 15), 707, 3397.
-, -, dean. See Atwater, W.; Voysey, J.
-, -, master of the ten boys, g. 94 (22). See Newark, W.
-, -, subdean, 20 (p. 18). See Kite, J.
-, -, vestments &c., for, 352, 578, 930, 3397.
-, -, serjeant of the Vestry, 20 (p. 18). See Tebbe, W.
-, chaplains 20 (pp. 11, 14, 15, 20), 438 (1 m. 2):g. 414 (62), 682 (35).
-, Chaundry, 678, 2404.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).
-, -, serjeant. See Ketilby, J.
-, Chief Butler of England, g. 2964 (81), 3107 (20). See Southwell, Sir R.
-, chief clerk controller, 707.
-, chief surgeon for the Body. See Veyreri, J.
-, children of the Chapel and Leish. See Chapel, Leish.
-, clerk of the Closet, 82 (p. 42), 438 (1 m. 2). See Wren, G.
-, clerk of the Council. See Bellouse, W.; also Rydon, R.; also Edon, R.
-, clerk of the Crown. See Porter, W.
-, clerk of the Larder. See More, R.
-, clerk of the Market, g. 1044 (23). See Broke, J.; Hamerton, R.
-, -, inquisitions by, 2671.
-, clerk of the Marshalsea. See below, clerk of the Stable.
-, clerk of the Ordnance. See Huxley, W.
-, clerk (clerk-keeper) of the Ships, g. 132 (101). See Brigandyne, R.
-, clerk of the Spears. See Smith, J.
-, clerk of the Spicery. See Ketilsby, J.
-, clerk of the Stable, alias clerk of the Marshalsea. See Lovekyn, G.; Pawne, W.
-, clerk of the Wardrobes. See Porth, J.
-, clerk (comptroller) of the Works, g. 94 (97). See Foster, W.
-, clerk (clerk-overseer) of Works, g. 94 (45). See Smith, H.
-, clerk controller of the Household. See Micklow, J.; also Hatcliff, E.
-, clerks of the Green Cloth, 3048:g. 1172 (12).
-, clerks of the Privy Seal, 2053 (2):g. 1415 (24), 1836 (17).
-, clerks of the Signet, 1817, 2053 (2):g. 54 (73), 804 (50), 1123 (19), 1494 (35), 2617 (11).
-, Closet, 505, 877n., 944, 2404. See also clerk of the Closet.
-, cofferer of the Household. See Shirley, J.
-, comptroller of the Household, 20 (p. 12). See Poynings, Sir E.
-, comptroller of Works, g. 94 (97). See Foster, W.
-, confessor of the Household. See Young, R.
-, constable of England, g. 94 (87).
-, Confectionary, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707.
-, Counting House, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39). See also above, clerks of the Green Cloth.
-, crossbow maker, g. 1524 (4).
-, cupbearers, 20 (p. 13), 82:g. 1221 (22). See Hastings, R.; Fitzwilliam, W.
-, cutler, g. 1948 (71).
-, Deerhounds. See below, keepers.
-, "deser," 533, 985.
-, Earl Marshal of England, g. 546 (42). See Surrey, earl of.
-, earl marshal of the Wars (in 1514), g. 2861 (24).
-, embroiderer (brawderer, broderer), 1021, 1785.
-, esquires or squires for the Body, 20 (pp. 1216, 20), 82 (p. 42), 438 (4 mm. 7, 8, 134), 2053 (2, 3):g. 54 (25), 94 (49, 51, 108), 158 (36, 401, 53, 83), 190 (20), 257 (734, 78), 289 (17), 357 (26, 34), 381 (17, 56), 449 (5), 546 (67), 604 (14, 29), 632 (71), 651 (27), 682 (10, 34), 709 (2, 41), 731 (30), 749 (2), 784 (50, 55), 804 (8), 833 (20), 924 (12), 969 (8, 25, 62), 1083 (4), 1123 (8, 35), 1172 (2), 1316 (41), 1415 (6, 12), 1494 (30), 1602 (37), 1662 (19), 1804 (23), 1836 (12, 30), 2055 (26, 37, 78, 90, 100, 106), 2137 (1), 2535 (10), 2772 (3), 3107 (3), 3324 (34), 3499 (73).
-, esquires of the Household (named), 20 (pp. 16, 18).
-, Ewery (Ewre), 2404.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707, 1023:g. 447 (6), 448 (8), 485 (43), 682 (16).
-, -, yeoman for the King's mouth, g. 158 (42).
-, falconers, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 43).
-, first sewer. See Vampage, Sir W.
-, fletcher, 2053 (2).
-, fool, 273. See also Martin.
-, -, keeper of. See Worthy, W.
-, footmen, 20 (p. 13), 256, 623, 775, 877n., 915, 1193, 2509, 2817, 3448 (2).
-, French cook. See Le Doulx, P.
-, French doctor. See John.
-, French secretary. See Meautis, J.
-, general surveyors of Crown Lands, 1047:g. 709 (14), 1948 (31), 3499 (49). See Southwell, Sir R.; Westby, B.; Belknap, Sir E.; Daunce, Sir J.
-, gentlemen of the Chamber, g. 94 (14), 218 (31), 651 (24), 1462 (12), 1524 (13).
-, gentlemen ushers, 20 (pp. 12, 16, 20), 82 (p. 42), 438 (3 m. 15), 438 (4 m. 27), 946, 1256, 1401, 1803 (2 m. 1), 2012, 2053 (2, 3), 2429, 2480 (7, 9, 29, 37, 42):g. 94 (389), 132 (47, 67), 158 (39), 190 (10, 40), 257 (20, 24, 65), 289 (50), 447 (20), 632 (17, 30), 709 (24), 784 (5, 8), 885 (10), 1044 (11), 1083 (6, 23), 1266 (12, 35), 1316 (37), 1365 (25), 1602 (30), 1662 (4), 1804 (18), 1948 (64), 2617 (12), 3107 (29).
-, Great Chamberlain of England, g. 2964 (80). See Vere, J., earl of Oxford.
-, Great Wardrobe. See below, Wardrobe.
-, Greyhounds. See below, keepers.
-, groom of the Bakehouse. See above, Bakehouse.
-, groom of the Beds. See below, Wardrobe of Beds.
-, groom of the Bottles with the Queen (sic), 20 (p. 16).
-, groom of the Bows. See Dawborne, W.
-, groom of the Hackneys, g. 485 (19). See also Stable.
-, groom porter, 2404.
-, groom purveyor, g. 1123 (38, 1836 (20).
-, groom purveyor of carriage, g. 2535 (15).
-, groom of the Robes. See below, Wardrobe of Robes.
-, groom of the Stirrup, g. 969 (79). See also below, Stable.
-, groom of the Stole. See Compton, W.
-, groom of the Wardrobe, g. 1083 (35), 1804 (13).
-, grooms, 20 (pp. 13, 14).
-, grooms of the Chamber, 20 (pp. 13, 156), 82 (p. 42), 438 (4 m. 12), 640, 679, 772, 778, 950, 953, 988, 1097, 1290, 2053 (2, 3), 2090, 2480 (10, 25, 29, 35, 46, 50, 53), 2480 II., 2504, 2622, 3554:g. 54 (18, 19, 45), 94 (17, 27), 257 (6, 7, 30, 36, 41, 83, 92), 289 (9, 36), 357 (7, 33), 414 (11), 519 (27), 563 (18), 587 (9), 651 (23), 682 (17, 30), 784 (33), 857 (20), 969 (33), 1044 (20), 1266 (13), 1316 (34, 47), 1365 (21), 1732 (22), 1804 (1, 21), 1948 (77, 99), 2055 (43), 2222 (3, 19), 2535 (178), 2617 (29, 45), 2684 (44, 56, 95), 2772 (1), 2862 (6), 2964 (20), 3226 (1), 3324 (15, 45), 3408 (5), 3499 (58), 3582 (29).
-, grooms of the Privy Chamber, g. 447 (21), 632 (42), 885 (1), 1266 (19).
-, Guard, 20 (pp. 13, 156, 21), 438 (3 m. 7), 438 (4 m. 18), 511, 735, 921, 1033, 1073, 1134, 1169, 1882, 1976, 2023, 2034, 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5, 6 i., ii., 9), 2348, 2404, 2480 (15), 2638, 2738, 3091 (p. 1323), 3373, 3426, 3578:p. 1517:g. 2055 (37). See also yeomen.
-, -, clerk of the Check, 438 (1 m. 12). See Eglesfeild, L.
-, -, warrant for liveries, 735.
-, gunstone maker, g. 2964 (41). See Scorer, R.
-, Hall (and Chamber), officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 707 (p. 383):g. 519 (52).
-, -, serjeant. See Lathbury, W.
-, -, sewer, g. 519 (8).
-, -, usher. See Baty, R.
-, Harbingers, 1734, 1795, 2058, 2484 (98), 3091 (p. 1323).
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).
-, harper, 975.
-, Harriers, officers, 20 (p. 16):g. 3226 (22).
-, -, Master. See Fitzwilliam, W.
-, Henchmen (Henxmen), 20 (pp. 11, 15, 21), 232, 239, 487, 768, 877n., 897, 2053 (2), 2404, 2432, 2442, 3350.
-, -, master of the, 20 (p. 11), 232, 487, 768, 877n., 897, 2432, 3350.
-, -, yeomen of. See Pultney, J.
-, hosier. See Croughton, W.
-, Jewel House, 2404, 3091 (p. 1323):g. 1948 (92).
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 18):g. 563 (2), 749 (10). See also Master of the Jewels.
-, joiner. See Stokton, T.
-, keeper of the Foreign Exchange, g. 132 (92), 1003 (6). See Boleyn, Sir T.
-, keeper or clerk of the Hanaper, 438 (3 m. 3 bis).
-, keeper of the King's books. See Porth, J.
-, keeper of the King's deerhounds, g. 1316 (35).
-, keepers of the King's greyhounds, 20 (p. 16), 248.
-, keeper of the King's library, 20 (p. 14). See Duwes, G.
-, keeper of the "little jennet," 186.
-, keeper of the Toils. See below, toil setters.
-, King's Champion. See Dymmok, Sir R.
-, King's nurse, 877n.
-, King's painter, g. 1044 (8). See Browne, J.
-, King's scholars, 954.
-, King's secretary. See Ruthal, T.
-, King's serjeants at law, 82 (p. 39):g. 11 (9).
-, King's sewers. See below, sewers for the King.
-, King's spears ("cent gentilshommes"), 244, 516, 635, 1453 v., 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5), 2090, 2100, 2356, 2480 (31), 2576, 2885, 2929, 3310:g. 519 (64), 1083 (37), 1123 (35), 1804 (7), 1948 (18), 2055 (28), 2137 (10), 2684 (49), 2772 (6), 3107 (48).
-, -, captain of. See Essex, earl of.
-, -, ordinances for, 244.
-, King's standard-bearer. See Knyvet, Sir T.
-, King's tailor, g. 218 (21). See Jasper, S.; Hilton, W.
-, Kitchen, 438 (1 m. 5), 3091 (p. 1323), 3561:g. 519 (7). See also Privy Kitchen.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707, 970, 2404:g. 158 (38), 731 (51), 1044 (21).
-, -, chief clerk. See Lee, A.
-, -, chief cook, or master cook for the King's mouth, 3090 (p. 1323). See Hunt, J.
-, -, French cook. See Le Doulx, P.
-, knights for the Body, 438 (2 m. 12), 886, 1803 (2 m. 1), 2053 (2):g. 54 (26), 94 (7, 23, 31, 845, 96), 132 (14, 556, 58, 86, 92), 158 (62, 64), 190 (124, 25, 41), 218 (26), 257 (15, 39, 86, 90), 289 (32), 357 (9, 42), 381 (32, 34, 55, 76), 447 (24, 31), 485 (26, 33), 519 (1, 6, 22), 604 (14, 301, 423), 632 (72), 682 (39, 40), 750 (2), 804 (10, 22), 833 (12, 14, 43, 51, 60), 857 (5), 885 (3), 924 (29), 969 (48, 62), 1083 (26), 1123 (51), 1170 (10), 1171 (2), 1221 (9, 27), 1316 (41), 1365 (11), 1415 (3, 4), 1602 (24), 1732 (24, 32, 401), 1804 (2, 10), 1948 (55), 2055 (74, 103), 2222 (6), 2684 (86), 2863 (5), 2964 (32, 44, 47), 3107 (2, 38, 46), 3582 (12, 31).
-, Larder, 2404.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 39), 707 (p. 383):g. 519 (30), 731 (23).
-, -, purveyor. See yeomen purveyors.
-, -, serjeant. See Rycroft, J.
-, Latin secretary. See below, secretary.
-, Laundry, 2404.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).
-, Leish or Leash, 626, 778, 877n., 947, 1205, 1249, 1806, 2449, 3491.
-, librarian. See Duwes, G.
-, Lord Chamberlain of the Household. See Somerset, Sir C.
-, marshal of the Admiralty, 438 (2 m. 20).
-, marshal of England, g. 94 (88).
-, marshal of the Household, g. 158 (79), 969 (62), 2964 (37). See Carew, Sir J.; also Turbervile, Sir J.; Brandon, C.
-, -, his clerk. See Hatcliff, W.; Pawne, W.
-, marshal of the Minstrels. See Chamber, J.
-, Marshalsea of the Household, 82, 438 (2 m. 12), 2671.
-, master of the Armoury. See Guildford, E.
-, master of the Barge, g. 257 (76). See Thurston, J.
-, master cook. See above Kitchen.
-, master of the Harriers, g. 1662 (45). See Fitzwilliam, W.
-, master of the Hawks. See Norres, W.
-, master of the Henchmen. See above, Henchmen.
-, master of the Horse, 3091 (p. 1323). See Brandon, Sir Th.; Knyvet, Sir Th. (1510).
-, master or keeper of the Jewels, g. 1948 (92). See Wyatt, Sir H.
-, master of the Mint, 110:g. 132 (53). See Mountjoy, Lord.
-, master of the Ordnance. See Norton, Sir S.
-, master of Ordnance (temp. Henry VII.), 438 (2 m. 13).
-, master of the Posts, 2053 (2). See Tuke, B.
-, master of the Revels. See Guildford, Sir Henry.
-, master of the Rolls (or vice-chancellor), 579. See Young.
-, master of the Wardrobe. See Windsor, A.
-, master of the Wards, 392. See Hussey, Sir J.; Lovell, Sir T.
-, messengers of the Chamber, 20 (pp. 16, 20), 82 (p. 42), 435, 2053 (2):g. 158 (87), 3408 (31).
-, minstrels (or "styll shalmes"), 20 (pp. 13, 14, 19, 20), 82 (p. 42), 672, 2053 (2), 3436.
-, -, marshal (J. Chamber) and others named, 20 (p. 19).
-, nurse. See Luke, A.
-, Nursery, 394 (2), 578, 3333:g. 381 (95).
-, pages of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 1290, 2053 (2, 3), 3554:g. 54 (44).
-, pages officers, 20 (p. 13).
-, painters, 20 (p. 16).
-, Pantry, 2404:g. 1172 (20).
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707:g. 54 (64), 94 (20), 257 (77), 604 (9), 731 (31), 2684 (44).
-, -, serjeant. See Cope, S.
-, Papal collector. See under P.
-, Pastry and Saucery, 2404.
-, -, officers, 707 (p. 383).
-, -, serjeant of. See Pittour, R.
-, paymaster of wars. See Daunce, Sir J.
-, physicians, 82 (p. 42), 2053 (2).
-, Pitcher House, 2404.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707:g. 190 (17), 682 (16).
-, players, 20 (p. 16), 2053 (2).
-, plumber, or serjeant of the Plumbary, 438 (4 m. 9).
-, porter of the Wardrobe. See Gibson, R.
-, porters at the Gate, 6 (p. 5), 20 (p. 14), 707 (p. 383):g. 132 (7), 414 (68), 749 (37), 751 (4), 1123 (41), 1365 (14), 1524 (11), 2484 (24), 2684 (35), 2772 (26).
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).
-, Posts. See above, master of the Posts.
-, poticary, 2404. See Babham, R.
-, Poultry (Pultre, Pullatrye, Pultry), 438 (4 m. 6), 2404.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 707 (p. 383), 3012, 3262.
-, -, serjeant. See English, T.; Cope, S.
-, -, yeomen and purveyors, g. 804 (9), 1003 (13, 19), 2484 (22, 31), 2617 (3), 2861 (32).
-, printer. See Pynson, R.
-, Privy Chamber, liveries, 772, 1105. See also Chamber.
-, Privy Kitchen, yeoman cook for the King's mouth, g. 190 (7).
-, Privy Seal, Lord. See Fox, R.
-, Privy Seal, clerks named, 20 (p. 18).
-, provost marshal, 3091 (p. 1323).
-, Robes. See below, Wardrobe of Robes.
-, sackbuts and shalms, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 42).
-, saddler, 3343.
-, saltpetre makers, g. 289 (40).
-, Saucery (Salsre) officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).
-, -, serjeant. See above, Pastry.
-, Scalding House, 2404.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 707 (p. 383).
-, Scullery (Squyllary), 2404.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 18), 82 (pp. 40, 42), 707 (p. 383):g. 94 (13).
-, -, serjeant. See Starkey, J.
-, Secretary. See Ruthal, T.
-, secretary for the French tongue. See Meautis, J.
-, secretary for Latin. See Carmeliano, P.; Ammonius, A.
-, secretary, a, 1265 (p. 580).
-, serjeant of the Carriage, g. 414 (14).
-, serjeant of the Pantry. See Cope, S.
-, serjeant of the Peltry or King's skinner, g. 969 (42).
-, serjeant porter, g. 3324 (28).
-, serjeant of the Staghounds, 438 (1 m. 8).
-, serjeant of the surgeons. See De la More, M.
-, serjeant of the Tents. See Garnish, Sir C.
-, serjeant of the Vestry. See Tebbe, W.
-, serjeants at arms, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42), 438 (1 m. 15), 438 (3 m. 19), 2053 (2), 2480 (11, 30, 39):g. 54 (54), 94 (18, 701), 132 (109), 257 (8, 9), 784 (50), 969 (26), 1123 (49), 1948 (15, 39, 42, 4854, 67, 72, 76, 789), 2055 (34, 39, 40, 67, 88), 2137 (23), 2484 (3, 18), 2535 (13), 2772 (25, 45), 2861 (30), 2964 (15), 3107 (3), 3324 (20), 3408 (40), 3499 (15).
-, servitors of the Hall, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40). See also Hall.
-, sewers of the Chamber and Hall, 20 (pp. 12, 145, 18), 82 (p. 42), 542, 639, 913, 2053 (2, 3), 2480 (25, 30, 35, 44, 501, 60, 667), 2824, 3454:g. 132 (59), 289 (20), 414 (15), 485 (31), 519 (11), 709 (32), 749 (42), 784 (45), 885 (11), 924 (33), 1732 (35), 2055 (43, 83), 2484 (3), 2617 (8), 2861 (34), 2964 (75).
-, sewers for the King, 20 (pp. 13, 15), 80 (p. 42), 3032:g. 54 (76), 94 (16), 190 (31), 218 (7), 257 (70), 289 (23), 604 (22), 731 (3), 1221 (22), 1494 (17), 2684 (98), 3107 (21).
-, Signet, clerks named, 20 (p. 18).
-, skinner. See Ring, J.; also above, serjeant of the Peltry.
-, solicitor-general or King's solicitor, 1493. See Porte, J.
-, Spears. See above, King's spears.
-, Spicery [and Wardrobe of the Household], 2404.
-, -, clerk. See Hill, N.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707, 3505.
-, Stable, 19, 20, 370, 453, 506, 540, 605, 877n., 10212, 1187, 1255, 1259, 2053 (2), 2404, 2933, 3471:g. 1804 (22 ii.). See also above, master of the Horse.
-, -, clerk or avener of. See Hattecliff, W.; Pawne, W.; Lovekyn, G.
-, -, officers named, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40).
-, Staghounds. See serjeant of the Staghounds.
-, standard bearer, g. 2617 (1). See Knyvett, Sir T.; Egerton. R.
-, Steward of England, g. 94 (89).
-, steward of the Household, g. 2055 (60). See Shrewsbury, earl of.
-, styll shalmes. See minstrels.
-, sumptermen (named), 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 43).
-, supervisor of the prerogative (of Henry VII.), 438 (3 m. 14).
-, surgeons, 20 (p. 15), 82 (p. 42), 288, 2053 (2), 2899:g. 587 (4).
-, -, serjeant. See La More, M. de; Veyrery, J.
-, surveyor and approver of Crown Lands, g. 2964 (81).
-, surveyor of the King's horses, g. 969 (71).
-, surveyors of Crown Lands. See above general surveyors.
-, surveyors at the Dresser, 20 (p. 16):g. 447 (19).
-, surveyors of the Hall, 20 (p. 18).
-, tabrets named, 20 (p. 19).
-, tailor. See above, King's tailor.
-, Tents, 2053 (2), 2480 (8), 2483.
-, -, expenses accounts, 2483, 3017, 30901.
-, -, described, 2173, 2188.
-, -, serjeant. See Garnish, Sir C.
-, Toils, master of the, g. 2772 (54).
-, toil setters, or keepers of the toils, 20 (p. 16), 2053 (2).
-, treasurer of the Chamber (King's receiver general), 341. See Heron, J.
-, -, accounts, 3606.
-, Treasurer of England, Lord. See Surrey, earl of.
-, treasurer of the Household. See Lovell, Sir T.
-, trumpets, 20 (pp. 14, 16, 20), 82 (p. 42), 700, 877n., 1025, 115960, 1778, 2053 (2), 2803, 3320 (3).
-, tumbler. See Tosso, S.
-, turner, 2807:g. 833 (26).
-, under-almoner, 20. See Hawkesford, J.
-, under-porter, 20 (p. 14).
-, under-treasurer. See Cutte, Sir J.
-, usher of the Chamber, g. 857 (20), 1316 (34).
-, usher of the Hall, g. 1602 (20).
-, usher of the Parliament chamber. See Dennis, Hugh.
-, vice-chamberlain. See Marney, Sir H.
-, vice-chancellor. See above, master of the Rolls.
-, Wafery, officers named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707.
-, warden of the Cinque Ports, g. 924 (6).
-, Wardrobe or Great Wardrobe, 1, 19, 82, 180, 193 (p. 103), 1471, 2766, 2953:g. 218 (14), 709 (14), 1044 (8), 1948 (31), 3107 (20).
-, -, accounts, 578, 877, 2953.
-, -, expenses of (Act), 341.
-, -, keeper. See Windsor, Sir A.
-, -, porter (portator). See Gibson, R.
-, -, servants named, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 43).
-, -, tenants, 20 (p. 19).
-, -, warrants addressed to. See Windsor, Sir A.
-, Wardrobe of Beds, 2053 (2), 2404.
-, -, officers, 2509:g. 54 (72, 85), 218 (5), 257 (72), 381 (29), 414 (14), 731 (33), 749 (40), 924 (4), 1170 (17), 1316 (34), 1494 (24), 1804 (44), 2055 (56), 2617 (7, 43), 3107 (31), 3324 (27), 3408 (5). See also yeoman of the Beds.
-, Wardrobe of the Household. See above, Spicery.
-, Wardrobe of Robes, 2053 (2), 2243, 2404.
-, -, officers, 2344, 3455:g. 54 (74), 357 (40), 447 (8), 969 (8, 46), 1044 (13), 1083 (35), 1804 (13, 16), 2055 (63), 3499 (67). See also below, yeoman of the Robes.
-, Wards, ruler and master of, g. 2055 (80, 104). See Hussey, Sir J.; Lovell, Sir T.
-, Watch, 877n. See London, Tower of.
-, Wood yard, 2404.
-, yeoman of the Beds, 409, 494 (2):g. 54 (27, 53), 94 (79, 94), 218 (5), 257 (72).
-, yeoman of the Bottles, g. 924 (10), 2861 (36).
-, yeoman of the Bows, 778, 1249. See Pole, W.
-, yeoman of the Horses, g. 289 (4).
-, yeoman of the Male, g. 804 (48), 2137 (13).
-, yeoman of the Robes, 1107, 3530:g. 54 (32).
-, yeoman of the Stirrup. See Webbe, H.
-, yeoman tailor. See Gibson, R.
-, yeoman of the Vestry, g. 1602 (20).
-, yeomen, 20 (pp. 13, 157), 82 (p. 42), 707.
-, yeomen of the Chamber, 228, 237, 265, 640, 978, 3484, 3554:g. 54 (83), 94 (75), 132 (49, 63), 158 (29), 218 (3, 22, 28), 289 (11), 381 (102), 546 (70), 632 (37), 749 (31), 804 (38), 833 (15), 1123 (57), 1172 (3), 1662 (36), 1948 (97).
-, yeomen of the Crown, 438 (1 mm. 3, 4, 8, 22), 438 (2 m. 26 bis), 438 (3 mm. 6 bis, 10, 24), 438 (4 m. 11 ter), 2606:p. 1500:g. 54 (902), 94 (19, 923), 132 (17, 93, 110, 112), 218 (29, 39), 357 (18), 381 (2, 40, 100), 519 (24), 587 (2, 6, 18), 632 (5), 731 (45), 749 (10, 38), 784 (25), 804 (26, 30), 885 (14), 1003 (18), 1044 (14), 1083 (6), 1172 (3, 5), 1266 (12), 1602 (21), 1836 (2), 1948 (8, 489, 51, 97), 2055 (25, 30), 2772 (32), 2861 (10, 26), 3049 (40), 3408 (14), 3499 (25, 76).
-, yeomen of the Guard, g. 94 (61, 101), 132 (4, 8, 9), 190 (18) 218 (8), 257 (17, 69), 357 (14), 381 (84), 447 (27), 485 (6), 519 (10, 49), 546 (73), 604 (11), 632 (84), 731 (17), 749 (202, 29), 784 (35, 54), 804 (11), 969 (21, 56, 66), 1083 (34), 1123 (60), 1172 (4), 1266 (21), 1462 (18), 1524 (14), 1602 (17, 29), 1662 (423), 1804 (50), 1948 (501), 2055 (34, 49), 2222 (4), 2684 (89), 3226 (19), 3499 (6, 31).
-, yeomen purveyors, g. 1266 (17), 2684 (54), 2772 (43), 3324 (1).
-, yeomen ushers of the Chamber, 640, 707, 3554:g. 54 (55, 90, 92), 94 (18, 37, 62), 132 (16, 111), 158 (589, 63), 190 (28), 218 (10), 257 (3, 9, 10), 381 (101), 682 (13), 709 (1, 52), 749 (19, 30), 751 (3), 1948 (14, 489), 2055 (36, 44), 3324 (5, 9).

HENRY, PRINCE OF WALES, eldest son of Henry VIII, (born 1 Jan. 1511, died 22 Feb. 1511), 6701, 6735, 678, 698, 712, 734, 793 (p. 427), 1463 v.:p. 1517:g. 709 (38, 57), 885 (8).
-, -, -, christening of, 670, 674.
-, -, -, funeral of, 707.
-, -, -, lady Mistress of his household, 670.
-, -, -, his household, 707 (p. 383).
-, -, -, his nurse, 674. See Poyntz, E.

Henry, the King's godson, 20 (p. 15).

Henry, a Scottish (?) ship captain, 117.

Henshawe, Salop. See Helshaw.

Henshaw, Nic., rector of Clist, p. 1527.
-, -, Wm., g. 604 (44).

Hensley (Hemnesley, Emnesley, Emesley, &c.), Th., 438 (1 m. 4).

Henson (Hynson), Nic., 438 (2 m. 27).

Henstead (Hensted), Suff., 438 (3 m. 6).

Henstridge (Henxstrigge), Soms., 438 (4 m. 7).

Henterdreme, Cornw., 438 (3 m. 11).

Henton or Charterhouse Henton, Soms., 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 414 (41).

Henxworth. See Hinxworth.

Henyngburgh. See Hemingbrough.

Henyngham, Essex. See Hedingham; also Castle Hedingham.

Henyngham (surname). See Heveningham.

Hepburn, George, abbot of Aberbrothock, treasurer of Scotland, 255, 296, 502, 548, 588.
-, -, -, letter from, 588.
-, - (Hoban, Hebburne), James, postulate abbot of Dunfermline, 2443, 2461, 2550, 3119:p. 1532.
-, -, John, prior of St. Andrews, q.v.

Hepple (Heppell), Nthld., g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Heppyng. See Epping.

Heptonstall, Yorks, 438 (3 mm. 21, 25), 438 (4 m. 26).

Heralds and pursuivants, 20 (pp. 12, 20), 82 (42), 455, 601, 2053 (2, 6 ii.):p. 1549.
-, -, payments to, 71011.

Herasmus. See Erasmus.

Herbaudon. See Harbledown.

Herbe, in Lombardy, 1071.

Herbert, Lord, 1484. Howard?

Herbert, Lord, of Gower, Chepstow and Ragland. See Somerset, C.

Herbert, Anne, g. 289 (44).
-, -, Elizabeth, d. and h. of William earl of Huntingdon, and wife of Charles Somerset lord Herbert, g. 1836 (7).
-, - (Harbart, Harbert), John, 438 (2 m. 19), 1493 ii.
-, -, Richard or Sir Ric., App. 26:g. 132 (114), 447 (13), 587 (13), 3049 (20).
-, -, Roland, 438 (1 m. 19).
-, -, Sir Walter ( 16 Sept. 1507), g. 1836 (7).
-, - (Herberd), Wm., 438 (2 m. 11), 1493 i., ii.:g. 3049 (20).

Herbotell. See Harbottle.

Hercies lands, Midd., g. 485 (5).

Hercy (Hersy, Hersyn, Harsey), Humphrey, 438 (1 m. 1):p. 1542:g. 804 (29 ii.), 833 (50 ii.), 1494 (9), 2222 (16 Notts), 2484 (9), 3049 (23).

Herde, Rob., g. 3049 (5).
-, -, (Heerd), Wm., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 438 (1 m. 24), 707 (p. 383).

Herdman, Edmund, 1803 (2 m. 4).

Herdwike. See Hardwick.

Herdys. See Hardys.

Herefeld. See Harefield.

Hereford, 438 (1 mm. 17, 22 quater) 438 (2 m. 12), 438 (3 mm. 12, 18, 21 bis, 256), 438 (4 m. 24), 1803 (2 m. 4), 1978:g. 833 (39), 924 (31), 1494 (4), 2684 (23), 3324 (45), 3499 (24).
-, -, grant to the city, g. 519 (33).
-, -, letter to mayor, &c., 3068.
-, -, cathedral, 438 (1 m. 3), 438 (3 m. 16):p. 1525:g. 519 (33).
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 485 (13).
-, -, -, dean. See Wolsey, T.
-, -, -, college of vicars, 438 (4 m. 3).
-, -, St. Peters, vicar of, 438 (1 m. 3).

Hereford, bp. of. See Mayhew, R.
-, -, -, his prison ("the convict prison"), g. 546 (29).
-, -, Peter bp. of (P. de Aqua Blanca, 124068), g. 485 (13).

Hereford, earl of, 438 (3 mm. 10, 29).

Hereford, John. See Hertford.

Hereford Est, Heref., 438 (3 m. 10).

Hereford, Little-, Heref., 438 (1 m. 24).

Hereford West (Herford West), Heref., p. 1519.

Herefordshire, 205 (p. 106), 438 (2 m. 8), 1004 (4), 2392 (p. 1063):g. 11 (10), 132 (52), 381 (74, 90), 414 (52), 632 (26), 833 (11), 857 (11), 969 (23), 1221 (11), 1316 (9), 1494 (9, 55), 1804 (41), 2055 (42), 2222 (12), 2484 (9, 17), 2684 (63), 2964 (13), 3408 (18), 3499 (12, 43).
-, -, commission of the peace, p. 1538.

Herepisfeld. See Harpsfield.

Heresie. See Horsey.

Heresy, James. See Erisy.

Heresy and heretics, 933, 936, 993, 3083, 3422, 3507:g. 651 (15).
-, -, prosecution for, 752.

Herflew. See Harfleur.

Herfordbryg. See Hartford Bridge.

Herford West. See Hereford.

Herforth. See Hartforth; also Hertford.

Hergest, Roger, 1803 (2 m. 4).

Herham. See Horham.

Hering, Henry, g. 3499 (6).

Heriot, James, clk., p. 1523.
-, -, Robert, canon of Glasgow, p. 1522.
-, -, Wm., g. 857 (14).

Herle, George, g. 2964 (13).
-, -, John, g. 2964 (13).
-, - (Herld), Margery widow of John, 438 (2 m. 25).
-, -, Th., g. 2964 (13).

Herleston. See Harleston.

Herm (Erme), island, g. 54 (71).

Hermanson, Herman, 2539.

Hermer. See Harman.

Hermitage, in Blakamore, Dors., g. 1804 (11).

Hernam. See Arnhem.

Hernani (Ernane), near Fontarabia, 1509, 1511 (p. 699).

Herne, Kent, 438 (4 m. 2).

Herne. See Heron.

Hernis, Robert son of, charter of, g. 381 (81).

Heron (Hern), Essex, p. 1536.
-, -, grant dated at, g. 2422 (4, 6).

Heron (Heyron, Herne), John, the Bastard, 2122.
-, -, -, pardon to, g. 2222 (10).
-, - (Heyron, Herron), John, treasurer of the Chamber, clerk of the Hanaper (1514), letter to, 1174.
-, -, -, pardon for, g. 447 (17), 682 (19).
-, -, -, signature of, g. 54 (82), 132 (50), 257 (12), 651 (7), 731 (7, 52), 749 (3, 24), 1123 (45), 1462 (19), 2964 (54, 64).
-, -, -, payments by, 1463, 1575, 3457:App. 14.
-, -, -, warrants to, 19, 589, 115, 209, 404, 710, 1261, 1450 (p. 661), 14645, 1587, 1590, 2121, 2712:p. 1508.
-, -, -, other references, 20 (p. 18), 149, 341, 438 (3 m. 7), 559 (p. 327), 877 ii., 1272, 1393, 1420, 1453, 1463, 1493, 1495 (1 v., 2), 1549, 1752 (p. 802), 1843, 1874, 2220, 2388, 2478, 2604, 2651, 2738, 2766, 3315, 3608 i.:pp. 1503, 1506, 1513, 1519:g. 218 (24), 357 (21), 447 (17), 651 (1), 709 (14), 1524 (31), 1662 (39, 40), 1948 (31), 2055 (467, 61), 2330 (4), 3107 (38), 3226 (8), 3324 (18, 39, 44), 3499 (49).
-, - (Herne), John, supervisor of the Custom House, controller of subsidy in London, 438 (2 m. 20), 1416, 1904, 1978 (p. 897), 2009, 2451, 2478 (1 ii., 2), 2544, 2546, 2833, 2937, 3013:pp. 15034, 15067:g. 158 (45), 2772 (41).
-, -, -, accounts by, 1416, 2478 (2), 2544, 2778, 3513.
-, -, John, mercer, g. 2617 (24).
-, -, John, of Prittlewell, 438 (2 m. 9).
-, -, Oduel, g. 94 (63).
-, -, Th., 3013.
-, - (Heyron), Wm., 309, 438 (1 m. 12), 2913.

Herper. See Harper.

Herpham. See Harpham.

Herredon. See Harrowdon.

Herres. See Harris.

Herring fishing, 193 (p. 100).
-, -, account for wafting fleets, 1416.

Herringfleet (Heryngflete), Suff., 438 (4 m. 23).
-, -, St. Olave's priory, 438 (4 m. 10).
-, -, -, prior. See Dale, W.

Herrison or Herryson. See Harrison.

Herrys. See Harris.

Hersey. See Hercy.

Hersham, Norf. See Earsham.

Hersham, Westmld. See Heversham.

Hersom. See Heversham.

Herst, John, 1493 iv.

Herstmonceux (Horsemounsex, Hurstmonceaux, Hermounceux), Suss., 438 (3 mm. 1, 17), 1803 (1 m. 3).
-, -, letter dated at, 3433.

Herst priory. See under Mendham.

Hersy or Hersyn. See Hercy.

Hert. See Hart.

Hertcorte. See Harcourt.

Herte. See Hart.

Hertegood, Rob., g. 2617 (7).

Herteley, See Hartley.

Herteson, Mary, g. 1415 (28).

Hertfeld. See Hartfield.

Hertford, Herts, 438 (3 m. 16 ? Hereford).
-, -, bailiff and burgesses of, 438 (2 m. 24), 438 (4 m. 10).

Hertford (Harford, Herforth), Eliz., 438 (3 m. 2).
-, - (Hereford), John, customer of Plymouth and Fowey, 438 (4 m. 16), 1420:pp. 150910:g. 1266 (27).
-, - (Herfford, Hartford), John, 1864, 2938 ii.
-, -, -, letter from, 1864.

Hertfordshire or Herts, 205 (p. 106), 438 (4 m. 5), 1409 (2), 1849, 2054 (1, 6), 2962, 3223, 3377:g. 132 (26), 381 (74), 682 (4), 833 (11) 969 (23), 1462 (1, 38), 1494 (9), 1602 (19), 1662 (18, 46), 1804 (22), 2222 (12, 16), 2484 (9, 17), 2964 (81), 3408 (18, 20), 3499 (12).
-, -, commission of the peace, p. 1538.

Herthest. See Hartest.

"Herthman," 438 (1 m. 25).

Hertilpole. See Hartlepool.

Hertingfordbury (Hertfordynbury), Herts, 438 (3 m. 13).

Hertished. See Hartshead.

Hertishill, Joan, d. and h. of Wm., g. 1494 (8).

Hertley. See Hartley.

Hertlington, Rob., 438 (2 m. 8).

Herton, Midd., vicar of, 438 (2 m. 6).

Hertriche. See Hartridge.

Hertwall. See Hartwell.

Hervy. See Harvey.

Herward. See Harward.

Herwode. See Harwood.

Heryettisham. See Harrietsham.

Heryng, Henry, g. 2772 (20).
-, -, Simon, g. 2772 (20).

Heryngham, in Flanders, 2404.

Hesant, Rob., g. 381 (33).

Hesdin. See Hdin.

Hesill. See Hessle.

Hesilwode. See Hazelwood.

Hesketh, Ric., 438 (4 m. 19):g. 709 (26), 833 (22).

Hesse, landgrave of, Elector, 2040. See Notes and Errata.

Hessle (Hasyll, Hesill, Hassil), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 17), 2805:g. 158 (6, 91), 546 (73).
-, -, vicar of. See Cokerell, J.

Hesteley, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 22).

Hestercombe (Histercombe, Haystercombe), Soms. [in Kingston], 438 (1 m. 25).

Hesulrygge or Hesylryg. See Hasilrig.

Hesylstein. See Ysselstein.

Heth or Le Heth, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 1).

Hethcote. See Heathcote.

Hethe. See Heath.

Hether, John, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 877n.

Hetherington (Hederyngton or Hedryngton), Roland, 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, - (Hedryngton, Hederyngton), Wm., 438 (3 m. 8).

Hethersgill (Hedrisgill, Hederesgill), Cumb., 438 (3 m. 8).

Heton. See Heaton.

Heton, Yorks. See Kirk Heaton; also Hetton.

Heton, Rob., g. 158 (32).
-, -, Th., g. 3107 (27).
-, -, Wm., purser, 2305 iii. bis.

Hetton (Heton), Nthld., 438 (2 m. 28).

Hetton (Heton) in Craven, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 10).

Heu. See Eu.

Heulle (Neul, Heudly, Hule, Heule), Sir Guyot de, one of the King's spears, 516, 635, 1146, 1333, 1441, 1463 ix., 1495 ii., 1496, 1509 (pp. 694, 697), 1511 (p. 699), 1515, 1575 (p. 722), 1656, 1665 (p. 672):p. 1513:App. 26.
-, -, -, his account, 1441.

Heuse, Staff., 438 (4 m. 8).

Heven (Hevyn), Edw., 704:g. 132 (99, 100), 257 (48), 969 (34), 1003 (5).

Heveningham, Suff., 438 (2 m. 14).

Heveningham (Hynyngham), Mr., 1176 (3).
-, - (Hevyngham), Alice widow of John, g. 2055 (18).
-, -, Anne, 438 (3 mm. 12, 14).
-, - (Henyngham), George, 20 (p. 13) 438 (2 m. 14).
-, - (Hevyngham, Henyngham), Sir John, 438 (3 mm. 12, 14), 1661 (p. 752).
-, - (Henyngham, Hennyngham), John, 438 (3 mm. 12, 14), 1453:p. 1544:g. 190 (4), 632 (26), 804 (49), 2222 (16 Suff.).
-, -, Th., 438 (3 mm. 12, 14).

Hevenyngham, Essex. See Hedingham; also Castle Hedingham.

Hever (Hover), Kent, 438 (3 m. 7):g. 1732 (12).

Heversham (Hersham, Hersom), Westmld., 438 (2 m. 31 bis).

Hevyn. See Heven.

Hevyngham, Essex. See Hedingham.

Hewart, Miles, 817.

Hewat, John, 3148.

Hewdale. See Ewdale.

Hewes or Hewis. See Hughes.

Hewett (Heewet, Huet), John, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 438 (2 m. 26), 480.
-, - (Huet), Ric., of Exeter, 438 (1 m. 12).
-, - (Huett), Roger, rector of St. Edmund's, Exeter, p. 1532.
-, - (Huett), Wm., 438 (2 m. 27).

Hewish (Huysshe), Wilts, 436.

Hewitson, Ric., g. 2964 (35).

Hews. See Hughes.

Hewster (Heustor, Hewester), John, 438 (3 m. 21).
-, -, Th., g. 485 (39).

Hewyke. See Highweek.

Hewys. See Hughes.

Hexham, Nthld., 438 (2 mm. 7, 28).

Hexston. See Exton.

Hext, John, 1803 (1 m. 2):g. 833 (58 iv.).

Heyber, Peter, 3529.

Heyburn, Ric., g. 2964 (35).

Heyden, Nthld. See Haydon.

Heydok (Haydok), Eliz., wife of John, 438 (1 m. 19).
-, - (Haydok), Th., 438 (1 m. 19):p. 1542:g. 632 (26), 969 (23), 1494 (9).

Heydon (Heyden), Essex, 438 (3 m. 20).
-, -, rector of, 1803 (2 m. 5).

Heydon, Norf., 438 (2 m. 9).

Heydon, Notts. See Headon.

Heydon, John. See Eyton.

Heydon, Sir Henry, g. 2055 (95).
-, - (Haydon), John or Sir John, 20 (p. 15), 81, 1176 (4), 1453, 1661 (p. 752), 3348 (3):p. 1541:g. 190 (4), 257 (49), 604 (35), 632 (26), 833 (58), 2055 (95), 2222 (16 Norf.), 2484 (9), 2772 (25), 3499 (12).
-, -, -, knighted, 81.
-, -, Sir Nic., App. 26.
-, - (Haydon), Ric., 438 (2 m. 5):g. 1123 (22).
-, -, Wm., 438 (1 m. 25).

Heyford, Ntht., 438 (3 m. 16):g. 1316 (15).

Heyfordeworen. See Hayford Warren.

Heygrove, Soms., g. 94 (35).

Heyles. See Hayles.

Heyley. See Heighley.

Heylisbery park, Cornw., g. 132 (27).

Heylys. See Hailes.

Heyn. See Hayne.

Heynault. See Hainault.

Heynes, Nic., 20 (p. 16), 1420.

Heynford. See Haynford.

Heyngham. See Hingham.

Heyngton. See Haddenham.

Heynold. See Hainault.

Heyr. See Eyre.

Heyrfyld. See Fairfield.

Heyron. See Heron.

Heys, Devon, chapel in Exeter Castle, g. 1083 (2).

Heyse, Albrecht, 3133.

Heyshott (Heyshete), Suss., 438 (1 m. 16).

Heytesbury (Haytresbury, Heytresbury, Hattisbery, Hachebury, Haytysbury), Wilts, 438 (1 m. 13), 438 (2 m. 25), 438 (3 m. 4), 438 (4 m. 24):g. 158 (77).
-, -, college, p. 1524.

Heythrop (Heythorp), Oxon, 438 (4 m. 24).

Heyton. See Eyton.

Heywarde. See Hayward.

Heywode. See Haywood.

Heywourth. See Highworth.

Hibaldstow (Hebbestowe), Linc., 438 (4 m. 13).

Hibernia, Baron of. See Bearn.

Hiche. See Heche.

Hicheman, Wm., abbot of Stratford Langthorn, 20 (p. 15), 438 (3 m. 9), 631, 2671, 2910:g. 519 (35), 2222 (16 Essex).

Hiches, Rob., tailor, 438 (1 m. 26).

Hickleton (Hykkylton), Yorks, 1803 (1 m. 6).

Hickling (Hekelyng, Iklinge), Norf., priory, 438 (2 m. 28):g. 3324 (30).
-, -, -, Robert prior of, 438 (2 m. 28).

Hide. See Hyde.

Hide, Herts, g. 2684 (1).

Hides. See Leather.

Hierus, Maurice, Swiss Envoy to England, 2808.

Higdon, Brian, LL.D., rector of Bucknell, vicar-general of York, 1040, 1753, 3007:g. 3408 (32).
-, - (Hygden), Ralph, 438 (1 m. 11).
-, -, Th., g. 3107 (33).

Higecok or Higgecokkes. See Hitchcock.

Higford, Agnes, 438 (4 m. 12).
-, - (Huggeford, Hugford), John, 20 (p. 16), 438 (4 m. 12):g. 158 (36), 381 (74), 1948 (24).
-, -, Thomas, g. 1804 (2), 2055 (26).
-, -, Wm., 707.

Higges, Edw., 20 (p. 14).

Higginbottom (Hegynbothum, &c.), John and Otwell, 438 (3 m. 20).

Higgins (Higgyn), Edward, clk., Councillor, master of Chancery, g. 1123 (21).
-, -, Edward, clk., dean of Shrewsbury, g. 2055 (29).
-, -, Edward, rector of Lanteglos juxta Stratton, g. 857 (1).
-, - (Higons or Hygons), Dr. Edward, clk., 2480 (18).
-, -, Th., g. 2137 (27).

High Almayne. See Switzerland.

Higham, Derb., 438 (2 m. 13).

Higham nunnery, Kent, 3315.
-, -, election of prioress, g. 2964 (71).

Higham (Iham), Suss. [in Winchelsea], g. 257 (73).

Higham, Cold- (Coldhigham), Ntht., rector presented, g. 749 (5).

Higham Ferrers, Ntht., bailiff of, 438 (3 m. 30).
-, -, college, 438 (3 m. 7).
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 485 (61).
-, -, -, warden. See Wills, R.
-, -, honours of, 438 (2 m. 6).

Higham (Heigham), John, 2480 (13):g. 784 (22), 969 (13), 2222 (16 Suff.), 2964 (52).
-, - (Heigham), Ric., justice of Assizes, g. 1316 (3), 1662 (1, 5), 2137 (11), 2684 (68), 3049 (4).

Highcliff (Hyclyffe, Hilclyff), Derb., 438 (1 m. 23).

Highehaunton. See Heampton.

Highfeld, John, sewer of the Chamber, 20 (p. 12).

Highways and bridges, repair of, 1 (p. 2).

High Week (Hyewike, Hewyke), Devon, 438 (2 m. 8), 438 (3 m. 9).

Highworth, Wilts (Heywourth, Soms., Hyworth), 438 (1 m. 21):g. 94 (35).

Hilbereworth. See Hillborough.

Hilclyff. See Highcliff.

Hilgay (Helgay, Elgay), Norf., 438 (3 m. 13).

Hill (Hul), Dors. [in Iwerne Minster], g. 1083 (2).

Hill (Hille), Glouc., 438 (4 m. 17).

Hill, Mr., 342.
-, -, Christina, 1803 (2 m. 2).
-, -, Edmond, 438 (2 m. 26).
-, - (Hull), Eliz., abbess of West Malling, 438 (3 m. 21).
-, - (Hull), Giles, 438 (1 m. 12).
-, - (Hilley, Hille), Guy, mercer, 438 (2 m. 12).
-, -, Henry, serjeant at arms, g. 1948 (76).
-, - (Hille), Hugh, 438 (4 m. 12).
-, -, Humph., 20 (p. 16):g. 709 (22).
-, -, James, g. 604 (6), 1494 (54).
-, -, John, 438 (1 m. 26), 438 (4 m. 26).
-, - (Hylle), Nic., clerk of the Spicery, 20 (pp. 17, 19, "Richard" H.), 82 (p. 39):g. 449 (14 bis).
-, -, Richard, bp. of London (A.D. 14891496), 438 (2 m. 26).
-, -, Ric., clk., master of St. John Baptist's Hospital, Exeter, 438 (2 m. 5).
-, - (Hull, At Hill), Ric., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 438 (1 m. 12), 438 (4 m. 10), 559, 1803 (2 m. 5):p. 1520:g. 833 (59), 1836 (27).
-, -, Rob., 438 (1 m. 12), 1798, 1803 (2 m. 2).
-, -, Stephen, g. 1805 (1).
-, - (Hille), Th., 237, 438 (2 m. 10), 2054:g. 1462 (5), 3582 (2).
-, - (Hille), Wm., 438 (1 m. 14):g. 1602 (43).

Hillarsden. See Hillersden.

Hillary, Sir Roger, 438 (3 m. 18).

Hillborough (Hilbereworth), Warw., 1803 (2 m. 3).

Hill Crome (Hylcromeve, Hylcromebe), Worc., 1803 (1 m. 4).

Hill Deverill, Wilts, 438 (1 m. 10).

Hillersdon (Hillarsden, Hyllesdon, Hyllysdon), Andrew, 438 (1 m. 12):p. 1536:g. 833 (58 iv.).

Hilles, Reynold, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).

Hillesdon, Bucks, g. 1083 (2).

Hilley, Ric., clk., treasurer of Salisbury cathedral, 438 (3 m. 14).

Hilliard, Chr., g. 804 (iv., ix.), 833 (45 iii.), 1365 (3), 1494 (9).
-, - (Hillyarde), Chr., a King's spear, g. 2055 (28).

Hilling or Myllyng, Th., canon, p. 1527 bis.

Hillingdon (Helyndon), Great and Little, Midd., g. 485 (5), 833 (43).

Hillington, Nic., LL.B., vicar of St. Clement's, Sandwich, g. 289 (2).

Hill Moreton (Hylt Moreton), Warw., 1803 (2 m. 4):p. 1512.

Hill Wood (Hilwode), Warw. and Staff., g. 1494 (24).

Hilmer, Wm., 20 (p. 13).

Hilton, Staff., 438 (4 m. 3).

Hilton, Alex., purser, 3148.
-, -, Chr., 1493 ii.
-, -, Ellis, of the Ordnance, of the Queen's Robes, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 41), 311, 1493 ii., 2059, 2738:p. 1514.
-, -, Rob., 20 (p. 13).
-, -, Thomas, clerk of the House of Commons, g. 381 (5).
-, -, Sir William, baron of Hilton, 291, 438 (2 m. 17), 438 (3 m. 27):p. 1542:g. 3107 (45).
-, -, Wm., groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 1097.
-, -, Wm., King's tailor, 2506:p. 1499:g. 969 (61).
-, - (Helton), Wm., 438 (2 m. 17):g. 257 (88), 632 (26), 969 (23).

Hilwode Chace, Warw. [in Sutton Chace], g. 924 (4).

Hinchcliff, Wm., g. 54 (3).

Hindringham, Norf., 438 (3 m. 32).

Hindley or Hindeley, John, 438 (4 m. 20).

Hindy. See Hendy.

Hingham (Hengham, Heyngham), Norf., 438 (2 mm. 31, 33):g. 3049 (12).

Hintlesham, Suff., 438 (2 m. 14).

Hinton, Camb., 438 (4 m. 7).

Hinton, Glouc., g. 2964 (40).

Hinton, Salop [near Pontesbury], g. 3324 (28).

Hinton St. George (Georgehenton), Soms., 438 (4 m. 4).

Hinxworth (Henxworth), Herts, 438 (2 m. 19).

Hipswell (Ippeswell, Hippeswell, Eppeswell), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 17 ter).

Hirdelston. See Huddlestone.

Hisley. See Isley.

Hispanus, Philippus. See Spangen.

Hisselonde. See Iceland.

Histercombe. See Hestercombe.

Histon, Camb., 438 (4 m. 11).

Hitcham (Hecham), Bucks, g. 2330 (2).

Hitcham (Hycham, Hecham), Suff., 438 (3 m. 4), 1803 (2 m. 1).

Hitchcock (Higecok, Higgecokkes, Hechecok), Henry, 438 (3 m. 12 bis).
-, - (Hyggecoke, Hyggecokkes), John, 438 (3 m. 17).

Hitchin (Huchyn, Hechyn, Hichyn), Herts, 438 (2 m. 12), 438 (3 m. 11), 438 (4 m. 23), 1803 (2 m. 2):g. 94 (35 p. 50).
-, -, grants dated at, g. 2330 (6), 2772 (64).

Ho, John. See Howe.

Hoarcross (Horecrosse, Whorecrosse), Staff., 438 (4 m. 15).

Hoathley (Hodelegh), Suss., g. 709 (26).

Hoathley, West-(Westhothle, Westhodelegh), Suss., 438 (4 m. 27):g. 749 (18).

Hoban, James. See Hepburn.

Hobart (Hubberd), Anne, g. 784 (11).
-, -, Christina, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, Ellen, 2830.
-, - (Heberd, Hobert, Hubert, Hubbert), Sir James, recognizances made to, g. 94 (99), 218 (24), 357 (10), 651 (32), 682 (3).
-, -, -, other references, 20 (p. 14), 438 (3 mm. 14, 16), 438 (4 mm. 10, 20), 1176 (3), 1453, 1493, 1661 (p. 752):pp. 1536, 1541, 1544:g. 132 (115), 289 (5), 381 (43), 414 (4), 731 (14), 833 (22, 58), 969 (38), 1316 (26), 1494 (54), 2222 (16 Norf.), 2484 (20), 2617 (35), 3107 (24).
-, - (Hobert), John, pilot, 2304 (5).
-, - (Hobard), Miles, gunner, 2830:g. 1805 (1).
-, - (Hubart, Hubard, Hobard), Th., merchant of the Staple, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, - (Hobard), Walter, p. 1541:g. 381 (43), 833 (22).

Hobbes or Hobbys, John, 438 (2 m. 20).
-, -, Philip, 853.
-, - (Hobbez), Thomas, D.D., King's almoner, dean of Windsor and Exeter, master in Chancery, (died 1509), 20 (pp. 11, 14, 20), 109, 229, 438 (3 m. 10):g. 54 (51), 218 (50), 257 (11).

Hobe or Hoben. See Hoby.

Hobson, Ric., s. and h. of Thomas, g. 1170 (8).
-, -, Th., 1803 (1 m. 5):g. 257 (16).
-, -, Th., auditor, 20 (p. 19):g. 158 (2, 4), 885 (9, 11, 12), 2684 (72).

Hoby (Hobe, Hobyn, Hoben), John, 438 (2 m. 26).
-, -, Ric., g. 485 (40).

Hobyns, John, 438 (4 m. 27).

Hochstetters (Hugstettyrs), the German bankers, 2010.

Hochyn, John, 438 (4 m. 27).

Hochynson. See Hutchinson.

Hockley (Hokley), Essex, 438 (2 m. 33).

Hockley (Ocle), Hants, 438 (3 m. 11).

Hockwold (Hokwold), Norf., 438 (2 m. 24).

Hodchowse. See Woodhouse.

Hoddonyll. See Hodnell.

Hode, John, 2738.

Hodelegh or Hodeley. See Hoathley.

Hodelston. See Huddlestone.

Hodenhull. See Hodnell.

Hodgekinson (Hoggekinson), George, g. 1123 (60).

Hodgeson (Hoggeston), John, spigornel in Chancery, 109.
-, - (Hogeson, Hoggeson), Peter, 438 (2 m. 24).
-, - (Hoggeson, Hogeson, Hogson), Wm., yeoman of the Butlery, 79, 82 (p. 39):g. 94 (78), 357 (44), 604 (15), 1044 (7), 1948 (99, 100), 2617 (41).

Hodnell (Hodenhull, Hoddonyll), Warw., 438 (1 m. 16), 438 (4 m. 2):g. 449 (15).

Hodsock (Hosydoke), Notts, 438 (4 m. 14).

Hody (Hoody), Sir Wm., chief baron of Exchequer, 20 (pp. 14, 21), 82 (p. 39), 341, 1046, 1803 (1 m. 1), 3464 (2):pp. 1538, 1543:g. 218 (1), 709 (62), 924 (14), 1602 (7), 1732 (2, 16), 2484 (15).
-, -, Wm., p. 1536.

Hodyngton. See Huddington.

Hoe Hall (Hoohall), Essex, 438 (2 m. 23).

Hogan (Ogan, Oghan), Sir John, 1493 ii., 2392, 2481 (3).
-, - (Oughan, Owgan, Owen), John, 438 (3 m. 22).
-, -, Rob., g. 2964 (5), 3107 (53).

Hogard. See Ogard.

Hogby. See Ogilvy.

Hogeson. See Hodgeson.

Hogesshawe. See Hogshaw.

Hogge, John, 1803 (1 m. 4).
-, -, Peter, g. 132 (112).

Hoggeson. See Hodgeson.

Hoggeston. See Hodgeson; also Hoxton.

Hogh. See Halgh; also Heage.

Hogham. See Hougham.

Hogshawe (Hogesshawe), Bucks, 438 (3 m. 7).
-, -, preceptory of St. John, 438 (1 m. 1).

Hogson. See Hodgeson.

Hoke. See Hook.

Hokeley. See Ockley.

Hokelscote. See Hugglescote.

Hokenorton. See Hook Norton.

Hoker. See Hooker.

Hokkelet. See Hackluyt.

Hokkes, Robert, abbot of Woburn, 438 (1 m. 22).

Hokley. See Hockley.

Hokwold. See Hockwold.

Holand. See Holland.

Holandbrigge. See Bridgend.

Holandes manor, Ntht., g. 1662 (58).

Holbeam (Holbeme), John, of Holbeam [in East Ogwell], 438 (2 m. 11).

Holbeche, Ric., abbot of Thorney, 205, 438 (2 m. 8), 963:g. 1171 (3), 1662 (30), 1732 (34).

Holbek, Wm., 438 (3 m. 11).

Holberton, Devon, 438 (2 m. 31).

Holborn, Midd. See under London.

Holbrook (Holbroke), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Holbrook (Holbroke), Suff., g. 1804 (37).

Holcombe, Devon, App. 26.

Holcombe Burnell, Devon, 438 (3 m. 19).
-, -, vicar of, 438 (4 m. 13).

Holcombe Paramore (H. Puramour), alias H. Wormede, Devon, 438 (3 m. 23).

Holcombe (Holcom), Charles, 438 (4 m. 20).

Holcot, Salop, g. 381 (38).

Holcote, Wm., p. 1548.

Holden, John, 438 (3 m. 31).
-, -, Kath., g. 3324 (20).
-, -, Th., keeper of Westminster palace, 20 (p. 17):g. 218 (22), 1602 (14).
-, -, Wm., g. 257 (69), 3324 (20).

Holdenby (Haldenby, Haudeby), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 23).

Holdenby (Haldenby), Robert, 438 (4 m. 23).

Holdenham. See Ownham.

Holdenhurst Wood (Holnestwod), Hants, 438 (2 m. 22).

Holder, Simon, g. 833 (39).
-, - (Holdar), Wm., 1803 (m. 1).

Holderness, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 26), 438 (2 m. 20):g. 158 (91), 357 (18).

Holdiche, John, 438 (2 m. 19).

Holdsworth (Haldeworth, Haldworthe), Edw., 438 (1 m. 25).
-, - (Haldesworth, Aldesuor), Robert (or Richard), S.T.P., vicar of Blockley, vicar-general of Worcester, 438 (3 mm. 10, 29):p. 1521.

Holdysworthy. See Holsworthy.

Hole, Devon, 438 (4 m. 20).

Hole, in Scotland, p. 1260.

Holey. See Healey.

Holford (Holforth), Chesh., 438 (3 m. 3).

Holford, Sir George, 20 (p. 14), 438 (3 m. 3).
-, -, Sir John, App. 26.

Holgate (Holgote), Salop, g. 2684 (1).

Holgill. See Howgill.

Holgrave, John, 438 (3 m. 20), 878 ii.

Holingbourne, Wm., g. 546 (63).

Holkham (Olkeham), Norf., 438 (3 m. 2).

Holland, 919, 1336, 1566, 1891 (2), 2009, 2809, 3052, 3079, 3174:g. 804 (5), 1462 (13), 1494 (21), 1732 (18).

Holland herald, of the duke of Saxony, 3264.

Holland, in Lincolnshire, 2544.

Holland or Holand (Hollond), Mr., Wolsey's servant, letter to, 1653.
-, -, Eliz. widow of Roger, g. 1123 (22).
-, -, George, prior of Anglesey, 438 (2 m. 11).
-, -, John, 438 (2 m. 33), 707, 874 (2), 2478 iii.:g. 2684 (89).
-, -, Morgan, marshal of the Hall, 82 (p. 40).
-, -, Oliver, gentleman usher, 82 (pp. 38, 41), 394 (2):g. 381 (95), 604 (6), 3582 (8).
-, -, Owen, 82 (p. 41), 438 (3 m. 26).
-, -, Ralph, rector of Ufford, g. 1123 (39).
-, - (Honyland), Rob., 438 (4 m. 13), 1803 (2 m. 2).
-, -, Roger, g. 218 (52), 381 (18), 357 (10).
-, - (Hoyland, Holond), Th., 438 (4 m. 9):p. 1540:g. 257 (48), 804 (13), 969 (52), 1171 (3), 3582 (14).
-, -, Wm., goldsmith, 1549, 3336.
-, -, -, his account, 1549.

Hollesworthy. See Holsworthy.

Hollingbourn (Holyngbourne), Kent, 438 (3 m. 23).

Hollingworth (Holyngworth), Laurence, 862, 1482, 1502.

Hollyat (Hallyat, Hallyathe), Matthew, 1803 (1 m. 6).

Hollyffeld, Margaret, widow of Thomas, 3343.

Holm, John, of Denmark, 2921.

Holme, Notts, 438 (1 m. 26):g. 1732 (49).

Holme Cultram (H. Coltren), Cumb., abbey, Robert abbot of, g. 1123 (40).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 485 (25).

Holme by Newark, Notts, 438 (3 m. 8).

Holme Pierrepont, Notts, g. 2861 (7).

Holme, St. Bennet's of. See Hulme.

Holme in Spaldingmore, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 5), 438 (3 mm. 3, 6), 438 (4 m. 25).

Holme, Anne, heiress to Robert, g. 784 (7).
-, -, Hugh, 438 (1 m. 17).
-, - (Holmes), John, 438 (1 m. 3), 1424.
-, -, Wm., 1495 vi.:g. 2137 (13).
-, - (Holmys, Holmes, Hoolme), Wm., rector of Carlton in Lindrick, 438 (2 m. 30).

Holmside (Holneset, Honeset), Dham., 438 (2 m. 19).

Holmys or Holmes. See Holme.

Holneset. See Holmside.

Holnestwod. See Holdenhurst.

Holond. See Holland.

Holstein, 247, 285, 303.
-, -, duke of. See Frederic.

Holsworthy (Holdysworthy, Hollesworthy), Devon, 1803 (1 m. 5):g. 158 (10), 2137 (30).

Holt (Holte), Dors., 438 (2 m. 19).

Holt (Holte), Lanc., 438 (4 m. 13).

Holt or Holt Market, Norf., 438 (1 m. 21).

Holt, Worc., g. 357 (41).

Holt (Lyon) [in Bromfield], in Wales, castle and lordship, 438 (1 m. 6), 438 (3 m. 4), 1803 (2 m. 5):g. 190 (26), 257 (74), 357 (29), 833 (8), 1804 (556).
-, -, free chapel in the castle, g. 357 (29).

Holt, John, g. 132 (87).
-, -, Ric., g. 381 (26).
-, -, Th., g. 2055 (92).
-, - (Holte), Wm., 438 (4 m. 8).

Holtesweller or Holtwheler, Henry, 239:g. 3049 (13).

Holton (Halton), Oxon, 438 (3 m. 18), 438 (4 m. 9):g. 2684 (6).
-, -, rector of, 438 (1 m. 20).

Holton, Yorks. See Houghton.

Holton le Moor (Howton in the More), Linc., 438 (1 m. 2).

Holtwheler. See Holtesweller.

Holwell, John, vicar of St. Petroc's, Bodmin, p. 1529.

Holwey, Clement, g. 2862 (7).

Holy, Yorks. See Huby.

Holy Croys. See under Edinburgh, Holyrood.

Holy Island ("the Islands"), Nthld., 2652.

Holy League, 812 ii., 830, 842, 844, 851, 867, 873, 889, 892, 8956, 902, 914, 923, 933, 937, 939, 942, 95960, 965, 977, 995, 10012, 1011, 1014, 1020, 1039, 1054, 1065, 1095, 1108, 1155, 1191, 1198, 1204, 121415, 1277, 1301 (p. 595), 1304, 1307, 13145, 1326 (p. 615), 1340, 1345, 1428, 1432, 1469, 1489, 1558, 1647, 1677 (p. 770), 1699, 1769, 1775, 1779, 1792, 1794, 1822, 1841, 1846, 18678, 1884, 1888, 1895, 1897, 1911 ii., 19167, 1937, 1996, 1999 (3), 2003, 2006, 2014, 2016, 2048, 2124, 2132, 2355, 2752:g. 969 (29, 40), 1494 (27), 1804 (28). See also Ferdinand, treaties with.
-, -, articles, 889.
-, -, English commissioners, g. 1524 (39).
-, -, Henry VIII. joins, 1198, 1204.
-, -, treaty (of 5 April 1513), 1750.

Holybronde, Wm., 874 (2).

Holyngborne, Wm., g. 485 (52).
-, -, Wm., prior of Breamore, 438 (2 m. 24).

Holynghall, Yorks, g. 2484 (12).

Holyns or Holyn, Ralph, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).
-, -, Wm., 707 (p. 383).

"Holywaterclerk," 438 (4 m. 17).

Holywell (Halywell), Dham., 438 (1 m. 9).

Home. See Hume.

Home Circuit (this name not used in original, which simply names the counties of Essex, Herts, Surrey, Sussex, Kent and Middlesex, and the City of Canterbury), g. 132 (48), 381 (39), 519 (44), 546 (47), 709 (34), 804 (41), 833 (2), 1266 (41), 1316 (14), 1662 (1), 2055 (114), 2137 (11), 2684 (9), 3049 (26).

Homerwyche. See Hammerwich.

Hom Lacy, Heref., 438 (3 m. 16).

Homo, Th., rector of Dorchester, g. 632 (19).

Homyldowne. See Hamilton.

Honden. See Hundon.

Hondesdiche. See under London.

Hone, Mr., schoolmaster to Princess Mary, 2656 (2).
-, -, Wm., dean of Tamworth, g. 3408 (38).
-, -, Wm., King's chaplain, rector of Upton Lovel, g. 682 (35).
-, -, Wm., rector of Aby, p. 1526.
-, -, Wm., M.A., rector of Long Leadenham, g. 1524 (19).

Honedell, Warw., 438 (3 m. 4).

Honesdon. See Hunsdon.

Honeset. See Holmside.

Honfleur (Homflew, Honteflou, Hondfleur, Hownflew, Amflower, Hunflette, Honflett), in Normandy, 1081, 1467, 1594, 1647 (p. 743), 1835, 1907, 1936, 1971, 2014, 2204, 2240, 2260, 2297, 2681, 2693, 2854, 3349.
-, -, letter dated at, 2240.

Honily (Honeley), Warw., g. 632 (7).

Honingham (Hunnyngham), Norf., 438 (4 m. 1).

Honiton (Honyngton, Honnyngton), Devon, 438 (1 m. 16), 438 (2 m. 34), 438 (3 m. 6).

Honnege. See Henneage.

Honnesdon. See Hunsdon.

Honnyng, Roger, 438 (1 m. 18).
-, - (Hunnyng), Wm., serjeant of the Accatry, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 438 (1 m. 18):g. 833 (18), 857 (3), 924 (21), 3226 (15).

Honnington (Honyngton), Suff., 438 (3 m. 17).

Honsaker. See Handsacre.

Honstone. See Houghton Regis.

Hony, Rob., g. 1266 (38).

Honyball. See Hannibal.

Honychurche,, App. 22.

Honyland. See Holand.

Honyngton. See Honiton.

Honyslade (i.e. Honddhu Valley), in Cwmyoy parish, co. Monmouth, 438 (1 m 23), 438 3 m. 26).

Honywode, Dr., King's chaplain, 19 (p. 11), 20 (pp. 12, 14).
-, -, John, g. 2862 (7).

Hoo, Beds [in Luton], 438 (3 m. 7).

Hoo, Essex. See Hoe.

Hoo, Kent, g. 1415 (13).

Hoo, John. See Howe.

Hoody. See Hody.

Hooges, John and Peter de, brothers made nobles of the Empire, 1438.

Hook (Hoke), Dors., 438 (3 m. 1).

Hook (Hoke), Yorks, 438 (3 m. 14):g. 449 (12), 784 (56).

Hook Mortimer (Hokemortymer), Hants, g. 94 (35).

Hook Norton (Hokenorton), Oxon, g. 257 (23), 1365 (4), 2055 (50, 95 ii.).
-, -, rectory, p. 1526.

Hooker (Hoker), John, 438 (1 m. 13).

Hoolme. See Holme.

Hoon, Rob., rector of Todenham, p. 1529.

Hooper, John, g. 1662 (25), 2684 (75).

Hoorde. See Ord.

Hoorn (Horne), in Holland, 2809:g. 833 (9).

Hoorne. See Horne.

Hoothome. See Hotham.

Hoothon, Ric., rector of Grundisburgh, p. 1528.

Hooton (Hotton, Hoton), Chesh., 438 (4 m. 14).

Hooton Pagnell (Hoton Panell), Yorks, g. 94 (55, 68), 563 (10), 1662 (42).

Hooton, John. See Houghton.

Hope, Ric., g. 3499 (6).

Hopelyn, , heirs of, 1322.

Hopkins, Henry, 20 (p. 14), 2606:g. 218 (389).
-, -, Thos., 82 (p. 42), 438 (4 m. 11).

Hopper or Hoppar, Andrew, rector of Binning, p. 1530.
-, - (Hoppier), John, 438 (1 m. 1), 438 (4 m. 24).

Hopping, Ch., g. 414 (29).

Hopton (Hapton), Sal p, 438 (3 mm. 7, 28), 438 (4 mm. 1, 9).

Hopton, Anne widow of Thomas, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, Arthur or Sir Arthur, 438 (4 m. 5), 1453, 2053 (6 ii., 7), 2414:App. 26:p. 1544:g. 2055 (24), 3499 (12).
-, -, Sir George, 438 (4 m. 5).
-, -, John, 438 (4 m. 9):g. 604 (13).
-, -, John, ship captain, clerk controller of the Navy, 1393, 1453 ii., v., 1463 viii., 1600, 1661 (1, 3), 1698 (p. 778), 1704, 1812, 1940, 1942, 2574, 2686, 2738, 2842 ii. bis, 2901, 3137 (6, 15), 3318, 3513 bis:App. 19A:pp. 1504, 1506, 1508, 151718, 1521:g. 1948 (64), 2617 (12).
-, -, -, accounts of, 3318.
-, -, -, signature of, 1600.
-, -, Walter, abbot of Wigmore, 308, 438 (2 m. 21), 1493 ii.
-, -, Wm., 438 (2 m. 32), 438 (4 m. 5):p. 1519.

Hopwell, Derb., 438 (3 m. 3), 438 (4 m. 27).

Hoquet, Thomas, called Barate Plastrier, of Hvre, 203.

Horbren. See Harborne.

Horbury (Horbery), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 8), 438 (3 m. 10):g. 1948 (77), 2964 (31).

Horde, Master Edmund, g. 2137 (22).
-, -, John, 438 (3 m. 24).
-, -, Ric., 1493 iv.:p. 1543:g. 1662 (1).
-, -, Rob. See Ord.
-, - (Whord), Th., 438 (3 m. 24):g. 1662 (1).
-, -, Wm., of the Exchequer, 46.

Horder (Horeder), Walter, 1803 (1 m. 6).

Hordona. See Ordua.

Hore, Edith daughter of John, 438 (2 m. 17 bis).

Horecrosse. See Hoarcross.

Horeham (Horham), Essex, 438 (2 m. 6).

Horetop, Wm., g. 1266 (17).

Horewode. See Harwood.

Horham (Horram, Herham), Suff., 438 (2 m. 16), 438 (4 m. 3).

Horksley (Urkysley, Horkelsdy), 438 (3 m. 13), 438 (4 m. 4).

Horley, West- (Westhorlegh), Surr., g. 357 (15).

Hormistorffe. See Armestorff.

Hornby (Horneby), Lanc., 438 (1 m. 3), 438 (3 mm. 9 bis, 13), 438 (4 m. 3).

Hornby, Lord. See Conyers.

Hornby (Hornebe, Hornbe), Henry, master of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, chancellor and secretary to the countess of Richmond, 20 (p. 13), 438 (1 m. 3), 1446.
-, - (Hornbe, Horneby), Henry, clk., 438 (3 mm. 18, 22):g. 158 (24), 257 (48), 3226 (7).

Horncastle, Linc., 438 (2 m. 10), 438 (3 m. 6):g. 2964 (9).
-, -, Guild of St. Katharine, g. 2964 (9).

Hornchurch (Hornchirch), Essex, 438 (4 m. 17):g. 1316 (4), 3324 (29).
-, -, Dovers, 438 (3 m. 3).

Horncliff (Hornecliffe), Nic., 20 (p. 18). 82 (p. 41), 707:g. 1602 (20).

Horndon, East- (Esthornton), Essex, 438 (4 m. 19).

Horndon, West-, Essex, 438 (4 m. 12).

Horne, in Holland. See Hoorn.

Horne, Surr., g. 709 (26).

Horne, new park of. See Eltham.

Horne, Gregory, 438 (3 m. 29).
-, -, Henry, 438 (1 m. 23).
-, - (Horn), John, 438 (4 m. 10):p. 1542:g. 2222 (16 Oxon).
-, - (Hoorne), Margaret, 438 (1 m. 23).
-, -, Rob., 438 (2 mm. 13, 25).
-, - (Hornede), Wm., 438 (3 m. 23).

Hornebe. See Hornby.

Hornecliffe. See Hornecliff.

Horner, Andrew, canon, 178.
-, -, John, 438 (3 m. 17).
-, -, Nic. See Notes and Errata, No. 833 (54).
-, -, Rob., 438 (3 m. 17).
-, -, Wm., rector of Grimsby, g. 924 (25).

Hornes, the lady of, 2941 (p. 1271).

Horningsham, Great-, Wilts, 438 (1 m. 13).

Horningsheath (Hornengserth), Suff., g. 414 (30).

Hornyngtoft, Ric., 438 (1 m. 5).

Horpole. See Harpole.

Horram. See Horham.

Horrewell. See Harvel.

Horroda. See Horwood.

Horsecoser. See Courser.

Horse harness and barbs, 428, 434, 453, 506, 540, 605, 1187, 1259. See also Ordnance.

Horseheath (Horseth, Horshed), Camb., 438 (1 m. 3), 438 (4 mm. 8, 11).

Horsekeeper, John, 438 (3 m. 20).

Horseley, Th., p. 1542.

Horse master, 438 (2 m. 24).

Horsemounsex. See Herstmonceux.

Horsendon (Horsyngton), Bucks, 438 (4 m. 2):g. 1804 (7).

Horses, 605, 759 ii., 813, 941, 2054, 2706, 2951, 2962.
-, hobby for Prince Charles, 325 (2).
-, hobby, 1338.
-, English, 941.
-, Flanders, 2812.
-, German, 1544.
-, Italian, 1301 (p. 595).
-, Neapolitan, 127.
-, Scottish, 1543.
-, Sicilian, 127.
-, Spanish courser, 1338.
-, Spanish jennets, 127, 162 (p. 87), 167, 186, 1010, 15423.
-, Turkish, 1301 (p. 595).

Horsey (Horsy, Horse), John, 438 (2 m. 31), 438 (3 mm. 2, 5):p. 1543:g. 1494 (9), 2222 (16 Soms.).
-, - (Horse), Rob., 438 (4 m. 17).
-, -, Th., 438 (2 m. 31).
-, -, Dr. Wm., archdeacon of London, 633.
-, - (Heresie), Wm., clk., the bp. of London's chancellor, 3523:g. 682 (25).

Horsford, Surr., 438 (3 m. 1).

Horsford (Horseford), Norf., 1955.

Horsham, Suss., 438 (1 m. 25), 438 (2 mm. 25, 28, 30), 1803 (1 m. 2), 1803 (2 m. 5):g. 2772 (4).

Horsham St. Faith's, Norf., 438 (4 m. 24).
-, -, fair of, g. 709 (25).
-, -, priory, 438 (1 m. 14):g. 709 (25).
-, -, -, prior. See Caundeler, T.

Horsington, Bucks, g. 1170 (5).

Horsington, Soms., 438 (1 m. 11), 438 (3 m. 2).

Horsington (Horsyndon, Horsynton), John, 438 (1 m. 23).

Horsley, Derb., g. 751 (3), 833 (55), 2684 (1).

Horsley, West- (Westhoresley), Surr., 438 (3 m. 28):g. 709 (14), 1948 (31).

Horsley, Wm., 1424:g. 3226 (19).

Horsted Keynes, Suss., 438 (2 m. 30):g. 709 (26).

Horsted, Little- (Litilhorsted), Suss., g. 709 (26).

Horston. See Orston.

Horston, Derb., g. 2684 (1).

Hortfeld. See Hatfield.

Horton, Dors., 438 (2 m. 14).

Horton or H. Monachorum, Kent, priory of, 438 (2 m. 9).
-, -, -, prior. See Sebronde, R.

Horton, Ntht., g. 1170 (4).

Horton, Nthld., 817.

Horton, Salop, 438 (2 m. 5).

Horton, Staff., 438 (4 m. 17).

Horton, Surr., 438 (1 m. 21).

Horton, Th., 438 (1 m. 15).
-, -, Wm., g. 2484 (16).

Hortop, Wm., 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40):g. 1804 (22 ii.).

Hortyngton. See Hartington.

Horwood (Horroda), Bucks, g. 1221 (28).

Hosey, Wm. See Huxley.

Hosiers, 438 (1 m. 13), 438 (3 mm. 9, 21), 1803 (2 m. 1).

Hoskyns, Th., 438 (4 m. 11).

Hospedaleto. See Ospitaletto.

Hosteler, John, 436.

Hostia. See Ostia.

Hosydoke. See Hodsock.

Hosyer (Hosier, Hosyar), John, merchant of the Staple, 438 (4 mm. 7, 8), 1032 (2).

Hotham (Huthome, Hothom, Hothume), Yorks, 438 (3 m. 3).
-, -, rector presented, g. 1123 (53).

Hotham (Hothom), Sir John, 199, 438 (4 m. 21):g. 190 (41).
-, - (Hoothome), John or Sir John, knighted after Flodden, 438 (4 m. 21), 2246 (4 ii.):p. 1547.

Hoton, Westmld., g. 1732 (1).

Hoton, Yorks. See Hutton.

Hoton Panell. See Hooton Pagnell.

Hoton. See Hutton.

Hotton, Chesh. See Hatton.

Hotton. See Hooton; also Hutton; also Wootton.

Houby or Houghby. See Huby.

Houerlay, Jacques de, French prisoner, p. 928.

Hough, Ranulph, g. 2137 (18).
-, -, Thos., g. 11 (10).

Hougham (Howeham), Kent, 438 (3 m. 12).

Hougham (Hogham), Linc., g. 132 (65).

Houghton, Notts, g. 2684 (27).

Houghton (Holton), Yorks, 438 (3 m. 25).

Houghton Conquest, Beds, 438 (2 m. 32).
-, -, rector of, 438 (3 m. 13).

Houghton, Hanging, Ntht., 438 (4 m. 5).

Houghton Regis (Houstone), Beds, g. 158 (33).

Houghton, Joan, widow of Sir William, 438 (2 mm. 16, 20).
-, - (Howton, Howlton, Hooton), John, 438 (4 m. 28).

Hounslow (Hownslowe, Howneslow), Midd., 438 (4 m. 11), 2321:pp. 151213.
-, -, priory, or house of, 438 (4 m. 8).
-, -, -, prior. See Beckwith, R.

Hount. See Hunt.

Houssey. See Huxley.

Houston, in Scotland, Trinitarian House, p. 1527.

Hover. See Hever.

Hovingham, Yorks, 1803 (2 m. 2).

Hovyll, Ric., 438 (3 m. 20).

Howard (Haward), Anne widow of John, 438 (3 m. 20).
-, - (Haward), Edmund or Sir Edmund, one of the Spears, knighted after Flodden, 698, 1176, 1496 iii., 1661, 2090, 2246 (1, 4 ii.), 3325, 3348 (3), 3483:p. 1544:App. 9:g. 969 (23), 1662 (16), 2684 (99).
-, -, -, signature, 698.
-, - (Haward), Sir Edward, King's banner-bearer, admiral of England (March 1513), slain in Britanny (25 April 1513), 20 (pp. 13, 201), 43, 309, 442, 855n., 880, 888, 1004, 11324, 1147, 1239, 1260, 1268, 1356, 1385, 1387, 1413, 1422 (p. 651), 1453 i., ii., v., 1463 vi., vii., 1480, 1549, 1661 (1, 3, 4 pp. 7512, 7), 1688, 1698, 1704 (3), 1727, 1748, 17712, 1786, 1792, 18078, 1825, 1828, 1840, 1844, 18512, 1858, 1864, 1869 iii., 1911, 1922, 1965, 2274, 2305 ii., iii., 2479, 2738, 2834, 3222:pp. 14989, 15004, 1506, 1517, 1519, 1521, 1541:App. 9:g. 54 (42), 257 (40, 53), 604 (12), 682 (5), 804 (5), 1170 (6), 1365 (11), 1524 (5), 1602 (12), 1662 (26), 1732 (32, 40), 1804 (57), 1948 (96), 2055 (96), 2964 (32).
-, -, -, letters from, 1480, 1688, 1698, 1748, 17712, 1786.
-, -, -, warrants by, 1704 (3), 1705, 1727, 2305 i.:p. 1511.
-, -, -, his accounts, 1453.
-, -, -, admiral of the fleet, g. 1732 (32).
-, -, -, admiral of England, g. 1365 (11), 1732 (40).
-, -, -, elected K.G., 1807.
-, -, -, indenture with, 1132.
-, -, -, instructions to, 1133.
-, -, -, questions answered, 1134.
-, -, -, his wife. See Morley, Lady.
-, -, George. See Harward.
-, -, Harry, ship master, g. 2055 (12).
-, -, Philip, g. 632 (84).
-, -, Thomas, Lord Treasurer, earl of Surrey, q.v.
-, - (Haward, Hawarde), Thomas lord, admiral of England (May 1513), eldest son of the preceding, letters from, 1286, 18512, 1870, 1875, 1883, 1886, 1894, 1907, 1936, 1965, 1971, 1978, 1992.
-, -, -, letters to, 1944, 1969.
-, -, -, signature of, 698, 1176 (2), 1441, 1444, 1855, 2304 (2):App. 22.
-, -, -, warrants by, 2305:p. 1520.
-, -, -, chosen K.G., 442.
-, -, -, commission to, g. 1948 (12).
-, -, -, grant of lands to, 520.
-, -, -, instructions to, 1869.
-, -, -, obtains loan, 1103.
-, -, -, other references, 20 (p. 12), 37, 110, 442, 520, 707, 808, 855n., 1103, 1176 (1, 3, "Admiral," 4), 1422, 1461, 1484 (? "Herbert"), 1495 (3), 1496 i., iv., 1803 (1 m. 3), 1858, 1864, 1882, 1885, 1893, 18989, 1912, 1960, 1976, 2008, 2090, 2120, 2217, 2239, 2246, 2260, 22689, 22834, 2286, 2304 (2, 3), 23867, 24789, 2542 (2), 2546, 2575, 2651, 2738, 2834, 2836:pp. 1513, 1541, 1544:App. 8, 9, 26:g. 257 (40), 414 (44), 546 (27, 31), 632 (634), 750 (6), 833 (58), 1221 (6, 48), 1524 (5), 1602 (12), 1662 (26), 1804 (57), 1948 (12, 13, 80).
-, -, -, as earl of Surrey, 2305 iii., 2574, 2590, 26512, 2714, 2803, 2838, 2874, 2881, 2900, 2913 (p. 1261), 2974, 3146, 3161, 3295, 3348 (3), 3376, 3442, 3464:pp. 151618, 1539, 1540 bis, 1541, 1544:g. 2861 (33), 2863 (2), 2964 (32), 3324 (33), 3499 (69), 3582 (27).
-, -, -, -, letters from, 2574, 2946, 295960, 30001.
-, -, -, -, letters to, 2669:pp. 1517, 1519.
-, -, -, -, signature of, 3161:g. 2861 (24), 3107 (13).
-, -, -, -, warrants by, 2722, 2759, 2789, 2796, 2799 (4):pp. 1517, 1520.
-, -, -, -, commission to, g. 2863 (2).
-, -, -, created earl of Surrey, 2590, 2618, 2620:g. 2684 (1).
-, -, -, Anne his wife, daughter of Edward IV., 520, 808:g. 414 (44), 546 (27, 31), 632 (634), 750 (6).

How Carleton, Norf., g. 3049 (15).

Howden (Houeden), and Howdenshire, Yorks, 438 (3 m. 15):g. 132 (32).
-, -, college, p. 1525.

Howe, Norf., 438 (2 m. 7).

Howe (Hoo, Ho, Thowe), John, 438 (3 m. 33):g. 54 (18).

Howeham. See Hougham.

Howell, Edward, M.A., rector of Dartington, g. 804 (46).
-, -, Eliz., g. 1172 (17).
-, -, Maurice, 438 (3 m. 23).
-, -, Th., 438 (3 m. 14):g. 3107 (13).

Howellys, Ric., 438 (4 m. 7).

Howerd, Chr., gunner, 1710.

Howett, Alice, 438 (3 m. 22).

Howgill (Holgill), Westmld. [in Kirkby Thore], 438 (4 m. 7).

Howike, John, g. 587 (18).

Howlson, Francis, 728 (2).

Howm. See Hume.

Howneslow. See Hounslow.

Hownflew. See Honfleur.

Hownslowe. See Hounslow.

Howpaslee (Howpaslot), in Scotland, 2390.

Howth (Howethe), Joan lady, widow of Ric. Frye and of Rob. St. Lawrence lord Howth (died in 1485), and sister and coheiress of Edmund duke of Somerset ( 1471), g. 132 (96).

Howton, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 23).

Howton in the More. See Holton.

Howton, John. See Houghton.

Howys, Wm., prior of Wymondley, 438 (1 m. 10).

Hoxeson, Wm., 20 (p. 13).

Hoxne (Oxone, Hoxon), Suff., 438 (3 m. 15).

Hoxon. See Hoxne.

Hoxson or Hoxston, John, spigurnel of Chancery, 579, 875, 2315:g. 1948 (9).

Hoxton (Hoggeston), Midd., 438 (3 m. 1), 1803 (2 m. 6).
-, -, prebendary of. See Sewell, T.

Hoygges, John, g. 2862 (7).

Hoyland. See Holland.

Hoym. See Hume.

Hoynde, Richard, vicar of St. Clement's, Sandwich, g. 289 (2).

Hoyth, Lanc., 438 (3 m. 1).

Huart, John, notary, 538, 2385.

Hubart. See Hobart.

Hubbartz. See Huberts.

Hubbaud or Hubaud, John, 1803 (2 m. 3 bis).

Hubert. See Hobart.

Huberts (Hubbartz), brothers, of Zierickzee, q.v.

Huby (Holy, Houby, Houghby), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 15), 438 (2 m. 19):g. 563 (10).

Huchyn. See Hitchin.

Huchyn, John, 438 (2 m. 17).

Hucknall Torkard (Huknall Torkerd), Notts, 438 (2 m. 28).

Huddersfield (Huddresfeld), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 5).

Huddesfeld, Katharine widow of Sir William, 438 (3 m. 18).

Huddington (Hodyngton), Worc., 438 (4 m. 23).

Huddlestone, Elizabeth, daughter of Dame Mabel Dacre, 131.
-, - (Hurleston), James, 20 (p. 16), 82 (p. 40).
-, - (Huddilston, Huddeleston, Hodelston, Hudleston, Hurleston), Sir John, 20 (p. 12), 438 (3 m. 9):g. 257 (63), 357 (42), 519 (26), 632 (70), 651 (1, 8), 784 (29), 804 (49), 1083 (4, 18), 1948 (60).
-, - (Huddilston), John, 2386:g. 3107 (18).
-, - (Hurleton, Uddelston, Hudilston), Nic. 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707.
-, - (Huddylston), Sir Richard, 438 (4 m. 26).
-, -, Ric., 131.
-, - (Hirdelston, Huddelston, Hoddelston, Hodelston), Rob., 20 (p. 14), 2606, 3484:g. 257 (64), 632 (51).

Huddyston, Isabel widow of Wm., 438 (2 m. 31).

Hudleston. See Huddlestone.

Hudson, Chr., 438 (2 m. 7).
-, -, John, g. 132 (31).
-, -, Rob., 438 (2 m. 29):g. 833 (26).
-, -, Stephen, g. 3582 (28).
-, -, Th., clk., 438 (4 m. 12).
-, -, Wm., 438 (2 m. 7):g. 731 (20).

Hues. See Hughes.

Huet or Huett. See Hewett.

Hugford or Huggeford. See Higford.

Hugglescote (Hokelscote), Leic., g. 1123 (58).

Hugh. See Heage.

Hughe, Wm., of Flushing, 1891 (2).

Hughes, Agnes, 438 (2 m. 9).
-, - (Hewys), Garrard, goldsmith, 2781 ii.
-, - (Hewis), Geoffrey, 3539, 3555.
-, - (Hues, Hewes, Hews), John, 438 (1 m. 25), 1435:g. 54 (36).
-, -, Rob., 20 (p. 15), 878 ii.
-, - (Hewes, Hewis, Hywes), Wm., 438 (2 m. 9):g. 357 (17).

Hughson, John, g. 289 (31).
-, -, Nic., p. 1534 bis:g. 833 (22), 1221 (21).

Hughuchioni or Hugoshony, Charles, merchant of Florence, g. 1415 (10), 3107 (12).

Hugstettyrs. See Hochstetters.

Hukmore, Wm., 438 (4 m. 17).

Huland, Simon, canon of Tournay, 2301.

Hulcote, Ntht. [in Eston Neston], g. 1083 (41).

Hule. See Heulle.

Hulham, Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Hull or Kingston upon Hull, Yorks, 205 (p. 106), 438 (1 mm. 2, 5, 18), 438 (2 mm. 17, 26), 438 (3 mm. 3, 10, 11, 12, 15, 18, 22), 438 (4 mm. 2, 8, 223), 577 (4), 874 (2), 1752, 1803 (1 m. 5), 2211, 2324, 2544 iii., 2652, 2722, 2805, 2973, 3137 (16), 3313 (6):p. 1504:g. 11 (10), 132 (70), 218 (11), 709 (14), 833 (11), 924 (37), 1221 (4), 1948 (31), 2222 (16), 2964 (35).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 449 (8).
-, -, customs of, 1819:g. 94 (55), 218 (11), 519 (2), 784 (33), 1804 (32), 2964 (48).
-, -, Carthusian priory, confirmation for, g. 381 (104).
-, -, manor of, g. 2772 (56).
-, -, vicar of. See Cokesell, J.

Hull. See Hill.

Hull Bank, Yorks, 182.

Hulme (Holme), St. Benet's abbey, Norf. [near Ludham], 438 (4 m. 8):p. 1529.
-, -, abbot. See Forest, W.; Redyng. J.
-, -, -, election of abbot, g. 289 (27), 357 (27), 546 (39), 804 (167).

Hulston. See Ulveston.

Hulton, Adam, of Hulton Park, Lane., 438 (3 m. 24).

Hum', Richard de, constable (temp. Hen. II.), g. 2964 (67).

Humber, the Yorkshire river, g. 132 (32), 158 (91).

Humbercourt or Ymbercourt (Imbrecourt, Imbercort), Sieur d', French prisoner, 2064, 2173 (3), 2227, 2237.

Humberston, Leic., 438 (3 mm. 10, 25).

Humby (Hamby, Humbe), Linc., 438 (1 m. 24), 438 (3 m. 9):g. 2684 (20).

Hume Castle (Howm), in Scotland, 3181.

Hume, , of Fastcastle, 2229.
-, -, , brother of the chamberlain, to be prior of Coldingham, 2443.
-, -, Alexander lord, chamberlain of Scotland, 2246, 2283, 2313, 2323, 2355, 2381, 2390, 2406, 2443, 2461, 2793, 2913, 2973, 3181, 3468, 3481:g. 448 (1).
-, -, -, letter from, 3181.
-, -, -, letter to, 3540 (?).
-, -, Alex., of Spott, 2461.
-, -, Cuthbert, 305.
-, - (Home), Cuthbert, of Fastcastle, slain at Flodden, 2246 (4), 2313, 2913.
-, -, Lord David, g. 448 (1).
-, - (Home), Sir David, slain at Flodden, 2246 (4), 2313.
-, -, -, his son slain at Flodden, 2913.
-, -, David, to be prior of Coldingham, 2552, 3119.
-, -, George, Scottish warden of the East Marches, 2313.
-, -, Lord John, g. 448 (1).
-, - (Home), Sir John, slain at Flodden, 2246 (4), 2313n., 2913.
-, - (Hoym), John, prior of Coldingham, p. 1523.
-, - (Humus), Master of, 2313.
-, -, Richard, See Hun.

Humiliati, the religious order, general of. See Landriano, J. de.

Humphrey, letter to (from Erasmus), 2417.

Humphrey, Th., 438 (2 m. 5).

Hun. See Hunne.

Huncote, Leic., 438 (3 m. 3).

Hundhill, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 30).

Hundiche. See under London.

Hundon (Hunden, Honden), Suff., g. 54 (14), 94 (35, 96).
-, -, court rolls, 544.
-, -, three parks, g. 94 (96).

Hunflette. See Honfleur.

Hungary and Hungarians, 90, 417, 430, 432, 724, 1534, 2397, 2516, 2797, 2889, 3089, 3557.
-, -, ambassadors:
-, French. See Eliano, L.
-, Papal legate, 714.
-, Venetian. See Pasqualigo, P.
-, -, king of. See Ladislaus.
-, -, rebels or 'cruciferi' of, 3172, 3218.

Hungate (Hunget), Roger, 438 (4 m. 13):p. 1549:g. 1123 (11).

Hungerford, Berks, 438 (2 m. 30).

Hungerford, Wilts, 438 (4 m. 11).

Hungerford, Lord, 438 (3 m. 1).

Hungerford, Sir Anthony, 2480 (39):App. 26:pp. 1518, 1537.
-, -, Edw., or Sir Edw., esquire for the Body, knighted at Tournay, 20 (p. 12), 2053 (1, 3, 5), 2301, 2480 (47), 2575 ii.:App. 9:p. 1546.
-, -, Joan, 438 (4 m. 14).
-, -, Sir John, 20 (p. 14), 438 (3 m. 16), 1176 (3), 1661 (p. 752), 3348 (3):p. 1537:g. 257 (49), 632 (26), 833 (52), 969 (5).
-, -, Mary lady. See Hastings.
-, -, Mary d. and h. of Sir Thomas, 438 (3 m. 1).
-, -, Ric., esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 14), 438 (4 m. 14):pp. 1542, 1545:g. 604 (50).
-, -, Sir Robert, and Eleanor his wife, 438 (3 m. 1).
-, -, Sir Thomas, 37, 442.
-, -, Sir Walter, of Heytesbury, 20 (p. 12), 1176 (1, 4), 1869 v., 2121, 2293:pp. 1543, 1546:g. 158 (77), 632 (26), 1221 (6), 1662 (27), 1732 (46), 3499 (60).
-, -, -, signature of, 2121.
-, -, -, his son, 1869 v., 2053 (6 ii.).

Huningham. See Hedingham.

Hunkes (Hunkys), Rob., 438 (1 m. 13):p. 1546.

Hunmanby (Hundmanby), Yorks, 391.

Hunne (Hune), John, messenger, 20 (p. 16).
-, - (Hun, Hume), Richard, articles of heresy against, 3507.
-, -, -, inquest upon, 3523.
-, -, -, sentence on, 3549.

Hunnesdon. See Hunsdon.

Hunnesworth. See Hunsworth.

Hunnyng. See Honnyng.

Hunnyngham. See Honingham.

Hunsdon (Honesdon, Hunnesdon, Hounesdon), Herts, 438 (3 mm. 16, 28), 3223:g. 2684 (1).

Hunstanton (Hunstone, Haunstaton, Hanstanton), Norf., 438 (3 mm. 11, 20 bis, 31).

Hunston, Henry, pp. 15401.

Hunstone. See Hunstanton.

Hunsworth (Hunnesworth), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 8).

Hunt or Hunte (Hount), Henry, 1424, 3457.
-, -, Henry, ship master, 1661 (4).
-, -, John, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).
-, -, John, chief cook in the King's kitchen, g. 190 (7), 587 (16), 749 (35), 1415 (23), 1602 (14), 3408 (13).
-, -, Ric., 438 (2 m. 29):g. 2137 (23).
-, -, Roger, 438 (4 m. 7).
-, - (Hwnt), Th., p. 1512:g. 3499 (44).
-, -, Th., clerk-overseer of works, g. 94 (45).
-, - (Hwnt), Wm., 438 (3 m. 10):p. 1512.

Huntbere (Huntebeare), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Hunteley. See Huntley.

Hunter, John, 438 (4 m. 5).

Hunting, 112, 467, 470, 1138, 1141, 1146, 1493 v.

Huntingdon, 438 (1 m. 25), 438 (3 mm. 3, 22), 1798.
-, -, bailiff of, g. 94 (35 p. 50).
-, -, castle and honor of, g. 94 (35).
-, -, priory, confirmation for, g. 709 (21).

Huntingdon, William Herbert earl of (14891491), g. 485 (37), 709 (14), 784 (21), 1836 (7), 1948 (31), 2684 (18).

Huntingdon, Th., 1803 (2 m. 1).
-, -, Wm., g. 969 (4).

Huntingdonshire or Hunts, 205 (p. 106), 438 (4 m. 5). 2054 (5):g. 132 (39, 59), 257 (35. 48), 381 (74), 804 (38), 833 (11), 969 (23), 1462 (1), 1494 (9, 37), 1804 (22), 2222 (12, 16), 2484 (9, 17), 2964 (81), 3408 (18), 3499 (12, 68).
-, -, commission of the peace, p. 1538.

Huntingfield, Suff., 438 (3 mm. 12, 14):g. 190 (4), 2055 (95).

Huntley, , g. 2484 (17).
-, -, Alice, 438 (4 m. 16).
-, - (Hunteley), John, 438 (4 m. 16):g. 1836 (7), 2535 (17), 2617 (45), 2684 (96), 2862 (6).
-, -, Wm., g. 1948 (58), 2861 (29), 2964 (17).

Huntly (Huntley), Alex. Gordon earl of, 255, 2246, 2313, 2913, 2973.
-, -, George Gordon earl of ( 1502), 438 (3 m. 20).

Hunton, Hants, g. 709 (60).

Hunton, Kent, 1803 (1 m. 3).

Huntrodes, Wm., rector of Chedzoy, g. 682 (26).
-, -, Wm., King's chaplain, rector of St. Nicholas Hospital near Richmond, Yorks, g. 804 (45).

Huntwade, Edmund, 2606:p. 1548:g. 1123 (46), 2684 (59).

Hurault, Gnral, 674.
-, -, Jacques, bp. of Autun, q.v.

Hurbernford. See Harbernford.

Hurberton. See Harberton.

Hurbonde, Blaise, g. 1221 (7).

Hurdegrove, Th., g. 833 (70).

Huredyke, co. Flint, g. 2686 (45).

Hurleston. See Huddlestone.

Hurleton, Nic., g. 3049 (10).

Hurley (Hurle) priory, 438 (1 m. 7):g. 2617 (41).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 833 (35).
-, -, -, prior. See Graunte, W.

Hursche. See Hurst.

Hurst, Berks, 438 (1 m. 2).

Hurst (Hursche) or Bromley Hurst, Staff., 438 (3 m. 6).

Hurstbourne (Husborn) Prior's, Hants, 438 (4 m. 10).

Hurstbourne (Husbourne) Tarrant, alias H. Regis, Hants, 438 (1 m. 16).

Hurstmonceaux. See Herstmounceux.

Hurst Pierrepont (Perpoundysherst, Perpoynthurst), Suss., 438 (3 m. 1):g. 485 (16).

Hurtsky (Hurteskye), Th., prior of Watton and master of Sempringham, 438 (3 m. 15).

Hurtubia. See Urtubia.

Husbandmen, 438 passim, 1803 passim.

Husbourne. See Hurstbourne.

Huse. See Hussey.

Hussey, Anne, 438 (4 m. 14).
-, - (Huse, Husye), Sir John, knight for the Body, master of the Wards, recognizances made to, g. 54 (3), 132 (18, 34, 59), 289 (6), 381 (108), 414 (46), 485 (42), 651 (7), 784 (56), 804 (6), 3499 (41).
-, -, -, signature of, g. 132 (65), 190 (41), 1524 (16).
-, -, -, pardon of, 149:g. 54 (63, 66), 158 (56).
-, -, -, other references to, 20 (p. 12), 149, 152, 392, 438 (3 m. 8), 707, 1176, 2053 (6 ii., 7), 2414, 3348 (3), 3483:pp. 1518, 1536, 15389, 1540 bis:App. 26:g. 132 (556), 158 (14, 17, 56, 76, 88), 257 (48), 289 (29), 604 (301), 784 (34), 804 (13), 969 (52), 1083 (24), 1170 (7), 1171 (3), 1316 (4), 1732 (26), 1948 (55), 2617 (16), 2772 (11), 3049 (20), 3582 (14).
-, - (Husee, Husey), John, 438 (3 m. 20), 1819:g. 1221 (4).
-, -, Margaret, wife of Sir John, 438 (3 m. 8).
-, - (Husey, Huse, Husee), Robert, 438 (4 m. 14):p. 1540:g. 414 (46), 804 (13), 969 (52), 1171 (3), 2222 (16 Linc.), 3582 (14).
-, - (Husee, Huse, Husse), Wm., or Sir Wm., knighted at Tournay, 20 (p. 15), 1118, 1176 (1, 4), 2301, 2480 (25):App. 9:p. 1539:g. 604 (301), 749 (27).
-, -, -, letter to, 1118.

Hutchinson (Hochynson), John, 1505.

Huthome. See Hotham.

Huton. See Hutton.

Huton, lord of, of Scotland, 2313.

Hutte, Lanc., 438 (4 m. 8).

Hutton (Huton), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 22), 438 (3 m. 5).

Hutton Cranswick (Huton Crancewyk), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 10).

Hutton John (H. Jon), Cumb., 438 (1 m. 7).

Hutton Panell. See Hooton Pagnell.

Hutton Roof (Huttonroffe), Cumb., 438 (4 m. 14).

Hutton (Hoton), Elix., g. 833 (53).
-, - (Hoton), Hen., g. 381 (15).
-, - (Hoton, Hotton), Hugh, 438 (1 m. 7):p. 1535:g. 804 (29), 833 (45), 1365 (3).
-, - (Hoton, Huton), John, 438 (3 m. 15), 438 (4 m. 14):p. 1535:g. 804 (29), 833 (45, 53), 1365 (3).
-, - (Hoton), Ric., g. 381 (15).
-, -, Rob., rector of Denton, of Cumberworth and of Lanlythian, g. 1003 (8), 1494 (52), 1462 (6).
-, -, Th., 878 ii.

Huxley, Ric., p. 1513.
-, - (Hosey, Houssey, Huxle), Wm., yeoman or clerk of the Ordnance, 20 (p. 14), 311, 1004 (4), 1463 vi., 1783, 2305 iii., 2403:pp. 1512, 1516:App. 17:g. 1365 (8).

Huyloby. See Willoughby.

Huysshe. See Hewish.

Hwnt. See Hunt.

Hycham. See Hitcham.

Hyde abbey, beside Winchester, g. 54 (38, 52), 257 (95).
-, -, abbot of, g. 257 (95). See Romsey, R.
-, -, confirmation for, g. 546 (46).

Hyde in Purbeck, Dors., 438 (3 m. 12).

Hyde (Hide); Eliz., widow of Leonard, 438 (1 m. 19).
-, - (Hide), Nic., sewer of the Chamber, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42), 707 (p. 383), 2480 (19):g. 1266 (23), 1732 (35).
-, -, Oliver, 438 (4 m. 27):g. 3582 (10). See also Oliver, Bede.

Hydon (co. Soms. ?), 1803 (1 m. 6).

Hydwynstremes. See Hedwin Streams.

Hyet, James, g. 3408 (1).

Hyett, Ric., 438 (1 m. 23).

Hyewike. See High Week.

Hyghet, Cumb., 438 (3 m. 27).

Hylling, Peter, g. 1266 (16).

Hymerford (Hemerford), Henry, 438 (3 m. 6).

Hymmesworth. See Hemsworth.

Hyndale. See Hendall.

Hynde, John, 438 (1 m. 19):p. 1534 bis:g. 2772 (39).
-, -, John, mayor of London, g. 289 (12).
-, -, Th., g. 2535 (25).

Hyndhaugh Head (Hyndhalghehede), in Scotland, 2443.

Hyndley (Hyndeley), John, 438 (2 m. 33).

Hyndon or Hynder, Ric., 438 (1 m. 25).

Hyne, George, g. 2055 (32).

Hyngelych. See English.

Hynson, See Henson.

Hynton, Linc. See Hainton.

Hynyngham. See Heveningham.

Hypswell (Hyppeswell), Yorks, g. 3499 (41).

Hyrdhill, in Scotland, p. 1260.

Hyrley, Suss., 438 (3 m. 29).

Hyrste, John, g. 1083 (46).

Hythe, Kent, g. 2862 (7).

Hywes. See Hughes.

Hyworth. See Highworth.