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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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B

B ..., John, 653.

Baake. See Bake.

Baas (Base), near Broxbourne, Herts, 1849.

Babenton. See Babington.

Baber. Th., 438 (2 m. 15).

Babergh (Babbergh), hundred, Suff., g. 2861 (25).

Babham, John letter from, 1139.
-, -, Ric. serjeant of the Confectionary or King's apothecary, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39):g. 651 (9).
-, - (Babam), Wm., g. 2617 (41).

Babington (Babenton, Dabyngton), Ant., 438 (3 m. 16):p. 1542:g. 857 (21), 1948 (94), 2222 (16 Notts), 3049 (23).
-, -, Edith wife of Thomas, g. 857 (21).
-, -, Eliz., widow of Sir John, 438 (4 m. 4).
-, -, Henry, D.D., g. 857 (21).
-, -, John, warden of the Fleet, 438 (2 m. 25).
-, -, Sir John, 438 (3 mm. 7, 18):g. 857 (21).
-, -, -, heir of, 438 (1 m. 8).
-, -, Kath., 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, Th., p. 1535:g. 132 (26), 857 (21), 2222 (16 Derb.), 3049 (23).

Babisdyke, Wm., 438 (4 m. 25).

Babram,, minstrel, 20 (p. 14).

Babsey, Ric., 20 (p. 14).

Babthorp, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 18).

Babthorpe, Eliz., daughter of Wm., 438 (2 m. 23).
-, -, Th., g. 1494 (12, 19).
-, -, Th., rector of Bulmer, 438 (4 m. 9).

Baccano (Bacano), near Rome, letter dated at, 165.

Bachecroft, John, 438 (2 m. 9).

Bacheworth. See Batchworth.

Bacho, Francis, a Milanese, g. 2055 (91).

Bachrach (Baghragh, Baghrage, Baughragh), Herman, of the Steelyard, 1395, 2668, 2831, 2832 (iii., iv., v.):p. 1515.

Back, James, p. 1502.
-, -, John, armourer, 2810.

Backer, John, envoy to Denmark. See Baker.

Backwell, Derb. See Bakewell.

Backwell (Bakewell, Barkewell), Soms., rector of, 438 (2 m. 7), 438 (4 m. 7).

Bacon, 2833.

Bacon (Bachon), Giles, vicar of North Aston, p. 1529.
-, - (Bakkon, Bakonne), Rob., 1803 (2 m. 1).

Baconsthorpe, Norf., 438 (2 m. 30).

Bacschalfe. See Bashall.

Badam. See Badham.

Badcock (Badecok), John, g. 2772 (2).
-, - (Badcok), Rob., 438 (2 m. 16), 438 (3 m. 20).
-, - (Badcokke), Thomas, English merchant in Spain, 1495 (3).
-, -, Wm., 2024.

Baddesley (Badisley, Baddisley), Warw., 438 (3 m. 4):g. 3499 (66).

Baddestan, Herts, 438 (2 m. 9).

Baddingham (Badyngham), Suff., 438 (2 m. 33).

Baddisworth, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 17).

Baddow, Great, Essex, 1803 (2 m. 5).

Baddow (Badowe, Badwe), Little, Essex, 438 (3 m. 6):g. 1003 (6).

Bade or Badius, Josse, letter from, 1200.

Badecok. See Badcock.

Badelo, Diego de, yeoman of Katharine of Aragon, 20 (p. 15).

Baden in Aargau (Ourgau), treaty made at, 695.

Badges, 2392.

Badham (Badam, Baddam), Walter groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 228, 2480 (35).
-, - (Badam), Wm., groom of the Chamber, g. 257 (41).

Badingham, Suff., g. 1494 (7).

Badislay. See Badsley.

Badkyn. See Bodkin.

Badminton (Michel Badmyngton), Glouc., 438 (1 m. 4).

Badmondisfield, Suff., g. 3049 (20).

Badoer, Andrea, Venetian ambassador, letters from, 5, 7, 98, 156, 159, 230, 238, 264, 360, 365, 385, 395, 413, 421, 430, 434, 450, 455, 463 ii., 493, 508, 531, 569, 601, 615, 675, 705, 737, 759 ii., 788, 812 ii., 825, 854, 871, 896, 937 ii., 998, 1013, 1067, 1093, 1126, 1128, 1180, 1209, 1233, 1307, 1310, 1417, 1439, 1475, 1522, 1586 ii., 1591 (2), 1628 (2), 1766, 1970, 2067, 2573, 2632, 2716, 2773, 2844, 2902, 2930, 2999, 3009, 3029, 3102, 3151, 3270 ii., 3282, 3366, 3386, 3500.
-, -, -, letters to, 53, 140, 154, 169, 278, 280, 319, 322, 330, 383, 387, 401, 529, 570, 613, 851, 960, 1345, 1489, 1641, 1790, 1964, 2434, 2565, 2567, 2695, 3341, 3396.
-, -, -, his brother, letter to, 1307.
-, -, -, his cipher, 3009.
-, -, -, his wife, 569, 601, 615.
-, -, -, other references, 17, 33, 264, 287, 320, 346, 373, 407, 432, 441, 571, 712, 838, 1101, 1179, 1276, 1358, 1425, 1591, 1702, 1824, 2229, 2278, 2412, 2566, 2582, 2689, 2929, 3003, 3234, 3298, 3404, 3544, 3553:p. 1549.
-, -, Zuan, of Venice, ambassador to Spain, 268, 393, 1250, 1751, 1878, 2177, 3243 ii., 3250.
-, -, -, letters from, 1751, 2177.
-, -, -, letters to, 268, 393, 432 ii., 965.

Badsley or Baddesley (Badislay), Hants, preceptory of St. John, 591.

Badsworth (Badisworth), Yorks, rector presented, g. 1602 (6).

Badypytt. See Bailypit.

Baffe (Baf), John, 438 (3 m. 21).

Bagard, Wm., g. 2055 (95).

Bagby, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 15).

Bagefeld. See Bagthwate.

Bag Enderby, Linc., 438 (2 m. 6).

Bagge, Ric., g. 1172 (8).

Baggraye. See Bogra.

Bagh, Lord, 2255. Qu. Berghes?

Baghragh. See Bachrach.

Baghtwayte. See Bagthwaite.

Baghyllaith, co. Anglesea, 438 (1 m. 22).

Baglioni (Bajoni, Baionus), Jo. Paulus, a captain of Italians, 432, 1277, 1301.

Bagod, Eliz., 438 (2 m. 7).
-, -, John, merchant of Bristol, 438 (2 m. 7).
-, - See also Bagot and Bigod.

Bagot, John, 438 (3 m. 34).
-, - (Bagod), Sir Louis, 438 (3 m. 34), 2392:p. 1543:g. 1948 (23).
-, - (Bagotte, Bagatte), Ric., 1803 (1 m. 3).

Bagots (Bagottes), and Bagots Bromley, Staff., 438 (4 m. 11).

Bagschall. See Bashall.

Bagshaw (Bagshae, Bagshaa), Wm., 1803 (2 m. 3).

Bagshot, Berks, 438 (3 m. 7).

Bagshot, Surr., 438 (1 m. 22):g. 3499 (35).
-, -, bailiff of, 438 (1 m. 8):g. 2964 (73).

Bagthwaite, Eleanor, 438 (1 m. 22).
-, - (Bagefeld), John, 438 (1 m. 22):p. 1548.
-, - Baghtwayte), Thos., 438 (1 m. 25).

Bagtor, Walter, 438 (2 m. 16).

Baham, p. 1512.

Bai. See Bay.

Baiellvelle. See Bailleul.

Bailey (Baylly), Lanc., 438 (2 m. 26).

Bailey (Baly, Bailly, Baille), Chr., 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, - (Bayly), John, D.D., rector of St. Matthew's, Ipswich, g. 563 (20).
-, - (Bayley, Bayly, Bailly), John, purser, 2305 i., iii., 2938 ii., 3137 (6), 3148:pp. 14989, 15001.
-, - (Baly, Bayligh), John, 1803 (2 m. 4), 2832 iv.
-, - (Bailly), Nic., 438 (3 m. 34).
-, - (Bayly), Ric., 1803 (1 m. 4).
-, - (Bayly, Baylly), Rob., 438 (3 m. 29).
-, - (Baylly, Bayle), Wm., 438 (1 m. 2), 438 (2 m. 6).

Baillesford, Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Bailleti, John, M.A., of Tournay, 2978.

Bailleul (Baiellvelle), Adrian, French prisoner, 2740, 27745.

Baillie (Balze, Bailze), Cuthbert, abbot commendatory of Glenluce, treasurer of Scotland (15121514), 1137, 15368, 2286, 2551.

Bailypit (Badypytt), co. Monm., 438 (2 m. 10).

Bainbridge (Baynbrig), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 4).

Bainbridge, Christopher, abp. of York, Cardinal (10 March, 1511), English agent and ambassador at Rome, protector of the Cistercian Order, bp. of Durham (7 Nov., 1507 to 12 Sept., 1508), 1 (p. 2), 19, 20 (pp. 12, 21), 163, 165, 187, 205, 250, 262, 2678, 278, 286, 326, 330, 333, 346, 350, 354, 373, 3834, 402, 408, 417, 421, 425, 432, 438 (4 m. 21), 441, 450, 456, 466, 476, 479, 493, 525, 530, 5534, 558, 567, 572, 613, 617, 624, 630, 669, 674, 681, 705, 712, 714, 718, 720, 734, 754, 765, 776, 777 (p. 415), 842, 844, 851, 873, 900, 914, 963, 965, 1001, 1006, 1020, 1029, 1043, 1094, 1179, 1182, 1198, 1214, 1232, 1246, 1293, 1307, 1334, 1347, 1361, 1391, 1403, 1430, 1432, 1483, 148990, 1521, 1566 (p. 719), 1594, 1628, 1641, 1670, 1699, 1723, 1735, 1769, 1792, 1830, 1857, 1943 ii., 1984, 2029, 2048, 2063, 20689, 2074, 2077, 21224, 2127, 2236, 2250, 2258, 2264, 2273, 22767, 2286, 2288, 2298, 2332, 2353, 2355, 2363, 2373, 2389, 23945, 2436, 2469, 2512, 25179, 2530, 2607, 2611, 2619, 2642, 2644, 2653, 2672, 2689, 2694, 2696, 2757, 2800, 2969, 30156, 3022, 3072, 3076, 3081, 3088, 3125, 3140, 3164, 3177, 31834, 3197, 3219, 3236, 32601, 3265, 3303, 3495, 3497, 351112:pp. 1528, 1531, 1547:g. 190 (33), 587 (7), 969 (76), 1171 (3 ?), 2772 (28), 3226 (9), 3408 (32).
-, -, -, letters from, 187, 1984, 2029, 2077, 2258, 22767, 2607, 2926, 3015.
-, -, -, letters to, 354, 1182, 1214, 1391, 1403, 1769, 1792, 1830, 2069, 2286, 2619, 2732, 2752, 2800, 2975, 3069.
-, -, -, signature of, 19.
-, -, -, legate to the Papal Camp, 720.
-, -, -, executors of. See Pace, R.; Burbank.
-, -, -, poisoning of, 3197, 32034, 3206, 321113, 3220, 3261 ii., 3265, 33024, 3312, 3475, 3489, 3497, 3511, 3574.
-, -, -, brothers and kinsfolk of, 3261.
-, -, -, his sister's son. See Spencer, Miles.
-, - (Baynbrug, Baynbrig, Baynbrigge), George, 438 (1 m. 16).
-, -, Guy, g. 1266 (19).
-, -, John, g. 1266 (19).
-, - (Baynbrigge, Banbrigg), Ralph, 438 (4 m. 22).
-, -, Ric., g. 1266 (19).
-, - (Baynbryg), Roger, g. 1462 (22A).

Baines (Baunes, Bones), Edw., 438 (2 mm. 8, 16).

Bainham (Beynam), Isabel d. of Thomas, 1803 (2 m. 2).

Bainton (Baynton), Yorks, g. 158 (91).

Baioceus. See Bayeux.

Baionus. See Baglioni.

Bairley. See Barley.

Bajoni. See Baglioni.

Bakchilde. See Bapchild.

Bake (Baake, Northblake), Cornw., 438 (2 m. 14).

Baker, Mrs., 2656 (6).
-, -, Clement, g. 2862 (7).
-, -, Edm., 20 (p. 16):g. 3107 (26).
-, -, Edward alias Elton, q.v.
-, -, Henry, 438 (2 m. 25), 438 (4 m. 1):g. 546 (16).
-, -, Joan, a heretic, 3507.
-, -, John, 438 (1 m. 14), 438 (2 mm. 14, 23), 438 (3 m. 26), 1463 xiii., 1803 (1 m. 6):pp. 1513, 1520:g. 1524 (15).
-, - (Backer), John, ambassador to Denmark, 2721, 2731, 2973, 3196.
-, -, John, clk., g. 2137 (7).
-, -, John, LL.B., 853.
-, -, John, chief mason at Calais, g. 289 (49).
-, -, John, rector of Lymington, pp. 1526, 1528.
-, -, John, ship captain, 1661 (4), 1869 iii., 2304 (3, 4, 5 bis), 2684 (26), 2686.
-, -, Matthew, esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42):g. 784 (50), 969 (8, 25), 2055 (56), 3107 (3).
-, -, Maud, widow of Thomas, 438 (3 m. 15).
-, -, Nicholas, groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 228, 640, 1015, 3554.
-, -, Ric., 438 (2 m. 24), 1803 (2 m. 6):pp. 1514, 1516.
-, -, Ric., abbot of Shrewsbury (1512), g. 1172 (13), 1221 (512).
-, -, Ric. alias Sutton, q.v.
-, -, Rob., 20 (p. 16), 438 (1 m. 2), 438 (2 m. 5):g. 1083 (46).
-, -, Th., 438 (3 m. 15), 438 (4 m. 14).
-, -, Walter, g. 3107 (26).
-, -, Wm., 438 (1 m. 22), 853:g. 731 (20).
-, -, Wm., rector of Cold Higham, g. 749 (5).

Bakers, 438 (2 mm. 9, 30, 34), 438 (3 mm. 12 bis, 13, 22, 25, 26, 31), 438 (4 mm. 6, 28), 1416:g. 731 (47). See also Whitebakers.

Bakewell (Bakwell, Backwell), Derb., 438 (2 m. 30), 438 (3 m. 12), 1803 (2 m. 3).
-, -, vicar of, p. 1528.

Bakewell, Soms. See Backwell.

Bakewell, Henry, g. 1948 (40).

Bakkon. See Bacon.

Bakshall or Bakshalf. See Bashall.

Balachaia. See Ballinchalla.

Balacut (i.e. Talbot), 1128.

Baladen or Baladyn, Henry, 438 (1 m. 25).

Balam, Alex., g. 833 (22).

Balby, Nic., g. 1662 (44).

Balden. See Boldon.

Baldewell, Henry, 438 (3 m. 24).

Baldewin. See Baldwin.

Baldok, Ric., g. 3408 (7).

Baldry, Baldrey or Baldre, Th., 438 (3 m. 27):g. 132 (30), 381 (49), 1494 (54).

Baldwin (Bawdewyn), Francis, 2008 (6):g. 54 (82).
-, -, Henry, p. 1520.
-, - (Baudewyn, Bawdewyn), John, 438 (2 m. 32), 1397:p. 1534:g. 833 (59), 2222 (16 Bucks.).
-, -, John, chaplain, 438 (2 m. 31).
-, - (Baudewyn), Owen, 438 (2 m. 32).
-, - (Baldewyn), Ric., chaplain to Princess Mary, 2656 (6).
-, - (Bawdyn), Ric., purser, 3148.
-, - (Bawdewyn, Bawedwyn), Rob., 438 (4 m. 21).

Baldwinson (Bawdwynson), Wm., 438 (2 m. 31).

Baldyng, Wm., 438 (2 m. 27).

Bale, Norf., 438 (1 m. 16).

Balenicasoayare. See Ballina.

Balfour, Andrew, 1731.

Balgony (Bogony), Lord, slain at Flodden, 2313n.

Balisquis. See Velasco.

Balke, Roger, abbot of Rufford, g. 357 (30).

Ball or Balle, John, 1803 (1 m. 1):pp. 1503, 1512:g. 731 (20), 2964 (35).
-, -, Ph., 1493 iv.
-, -, Th., 82 (p. 42), 3608 i.
-, -, Wm., p. 1548.

Balladolate. See Valladolid.

Ballard, Edmund, g. 3049 (39).
-, -, Henry, 1803 (1 m. 3).
-, -, Robert, 438 (3 m. 2).

Balle. See Ball.

Ballina in Arra (Balenicasoayare), co. Tipperary, p. 1524.

Ballinchalla (Balachaia), co. Mayo, p. 1523.

Ballintubbert (Villa Fontis), alias Thymoik [old name for Ballyadams ?], in Queen's County, p. 1526.

Balliol (Bayllol), Joscelin de (temp. Hen. II.), g. 2964 (67).

Balliot, John, of Leith, 1262 (p. 578 bis).

Ballydrain (Balyemdragyn, Nedron), co. Down, p. 1526.

Ballymacormick (Balynte Ocarcaych), co. Down, p. 1523.

Ballyvet, John, g. 1316 (36).

Balsall (Balsole, Balsalez, Bewsale), Warw., 1803 (1 m. 6):g. 1221 (20).

Balsham (Walsham, Balsam), Camb., 438 (3 m. 24), 438 (4 m. 8).

Balte Tanckarid. See Tankardstown.

Balthasar. See Stewart, B.

Balverley. See Scott of Balwearie.

Baly. See Bailey.

Balyemdragyn. See Ballydrain.

Balyff, John, 2305 ii.

Balynte Ocarcaych. See Ballymacormick.

Balzarde, John, a Scot, 1017.

Balze. See Baillie.

Bamber (Banbery), Essex, 438 (2m.9).

Bamborough, Nthld., 1482 (p. 677), 2386.
-, -, constable of, g. 94 (69).

Bamboroughshire, Nthld., 2913.

Bamford (Bawmford), Th., 438 (1 m. 9).

Bammer. See Brammer.

Bampton (Baunton), Devon, pardon for, 1803 (1 m. 2).

Bampton or Bampton d'Oylly (Brampton, Dampton, Bampton and Oyly), Oxon, 1803 (2 m. 4):g. 1836 (11).
-, -, vicar of, 438 (4 m. 6).

Bampton, John, 438 (3 m. 12):g. 11 (10), 289 (35).

Banados, in Thrace, Guillermus bp. of (Panadensis), p. 1529. See also Weyle, T.

Banard. See Baynard.

Banaster (Banyster), Henry, 438 (4 m. 14).
-, - (Bannaster, Banestir), Humphrey, spear of Calais, 893 (2), 2049, 3567:g. 357 (41), 833 (36), 2684 (82), 3408 (26).
-, -, -, his ship, 1690, 1735 (p. 793).

Banbery. See Bamber.

Banbrigg. See Bainbridge.

Banbury, Oxon, 438 (1 mm. 11, 15), 438 (4 mm. 6, 10):g. 751 (6), 1172 (10).
-, -, guild of St. Mary, 438 (1 m. 17).

Banbury. John, alias Pere, q.v.

Banchi, Michael, merchant of Florence, g. 1948 (46), 2137 (28).

Bancrofte, Wm., g. 1123 (17).

Bandecgris (i.e. league of the Grisons), 1301 (p. 596).

Bandested. See Banstead.

Bandicis. See Bannissis.

Bandini, John. p. 1509.

Banerston, Edward, g. 833 (58 ii.).

Banes. See Bayns.

Bangley park, Staff., 2537.

Bangor, co. Down, abbey of St. Comgall, p. 1522.

Bangor, in Wales, 438 (3 m. 7).
-, -, archd. of, 438 (3 m. 28).
-, -, bp. of. See Skeffington, T.
-, -, dean of, 438 (3 m. 7).

Banham, Richard, abbot of Tavistock, 3464:g. 2617 (27).

Banisis. See Bannisis.

Banke, Alex., abbot of Furness, 2910.
-, -, John. See Blanke.
-, -, Th., clk., 438 (3 m. 2).

Bankers (Bankerdes), Kent [in Lee], 1120:g. 1123 (51, 58), 1172 (12).

Bankes, George, g. 1662 (46).
-, -, John , p. 1519.
-, -, Th., p. 1549:g. 1662 (31).

Bannaster. See Banaster.

Bannerets, 2392.

Banners. See Flags.

Banney. See Hannay.

Bannisis (Banisis, Banisius, Banysyus, Bannysii, Bandicis), Jacques de, the Emperor's secretary, 333, 614, 1101, 1306, 1309, 1338, 1344, 1389, 1676, 1884 (p. 858), 1973, 2016, 2038, 2124, 2208, 2287 ii., 2335, 2526, 2633, 2736, 28956, 2915, 3264, 3405:p. 1516.
-, -, -, letter from, 2287 ii.
-, -, -, letter to, 1973.

Banstead (Bandested), Surr., g. 94 (35).

Bapchild (Bakchilde), Kent, g. 3107 (23).

Bapmanson. See Batmanson.

Baptista, 2223, 2468, 2519. See also Boerio and Boncantus.

Baptista, Mr. John, 20 (p. 13).

Baptiste. See Taxis.

Baptiste, Eliz., convert, 2587.

Bara, Francis de, merchant of Lucca, p. 1509.

Baracbe. See Barnby.

Barangier (Berangier), Louis, secretary to Margaret of Savoy, 706.
-, -, -, letter to, 1148.

Barantyne, Drue, 438 (3 m. 15).
-, -, John, 438 (3 m. 15).
-, -, Mary, 438 (3 m. 15).
-, - (Barentyne), Wm. or Sir Wm., 438 (3 m. 15), 2053:App. 26:g. 632 (26), 969 (23), 2055 (100, 106).

Baraton. See Maraton.

Barbanon (Barbamson), Louis de Ligne, baron de, 2835, 3052.

Barbania, duke of, prisoner of the Turks, 3585.

Barbary (Africa), and the Moors (Morys) and Infidels, 6 (p. 6), 162 (p. 87), 254, 329 (p. 151), 345 (pp. 15960), 477, 481, 556, 590, 7245, 728, 730, 734, 742, 787, 793, 795, 797 (2), 864, 1108, 1656, 1665 (p. 761), 2760, 2982:App. 6:g. 731 (18, 41, 44).

Barber or Barbour, Giles, p. 1549.
-, -, Joan, 438 (1 m. 25).
-, -, John, 438 (4 m. 8):p. 1520.
-, -, Piers, groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 925.
-, -, Rob., groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13):g. 1948 (82).
-, -, Th., 3095 ii.
-, -, Wm., mayor of Cambridge, p. 1534:g. 2772 (39).
-, -, Wm. alias Scarlet, g. 2863 (11).

Barbers, 438 (1 m. 25), 438 (2 m. 32), 438 (3 mm. 7, 26 bis), 438 (4 mm. 8, 25), 1803 (1 m. 6), 1803 (2 m. 1).

Barber surgeons, g. 1836 (8), 2863 (11).

Barcarii, Andrew, and his brothers, Scottish ship captains, 285.

Barcelona, in Spain, 610.

Barcheston (Barkeston), Warw., 438 (3 m. 3).

Barclay. See Berkeley.

Barcombe (Bercombe), Suss., g. 289 (13), 2863 (10).

Bardeney or Bardney (Berdeney), Linc., abbey, 438 (1 m. 14):g. 414 (67).
-, -, -, abbot of. See Marton, W.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 414 (36).

Bardeney (Bardney), Richard, abbot of Crowland (died in 1512), 205, 308, 438 (3 m. 10), 963, 3464:p. 1519:g. 257 (48), 804 (13), 969 (52), 1171 (3), 1365 (13), 1415 (14), 1462 (1).

Bardesley. See Barnsley.

Bardfield (Berdfeld, Bardefeld, Berefeld), Great, Essex, g. 54 (14), 94 (35, 96).

Bardi (Bardus), Adrian de (Debardes, Debardys, Debardy), rector of Thame, 438 (1 m. 16).
-, - (Barde, Bard, Berdes), Francis de, merchant of Florence, pp. 1508, 1514:g. 969 (22), 1221 (25), 1266 (24), 1494 (13), 1524 (33), 1662 (48, 53), 2861 (21), 3107 (11, 44).
-, -, John Francis de, 3205, 3241, 3490:pp. 15267.
-, -, Misotto di, g. 94 (34).
-, - (Bardes), Peter Francis de, 2832 vi.:g. 1662 (53).

Bardisley (Berdisley), Ric., ship captain, 1661 (4), 1869 iii., 2304 (3, 4).

Bardney. See Bardeney.

Bardocke, Francis, g. 709 (22).

Bardolf, Lord. See Beaumont, Wm. viscount.

Bardon park, Leic., g. 218 (2), 1123 (58), 3582 (8).

Bardsey (Bardesey), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 9).

Barentyne. See Barantyne.

Barerch manor, Suss. See Burwash.

Baret. See Barret.

Barfford. See Basford.

Barfold. See Bergholt.

Barford, Beds, 438 (3 m. 20).

Barford (Berford, Bereford), Warw., g. 158 (36), 604 (13), 709 (41), 2055 (129).

Barford (Berford) St. Martin's, Wilts, 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (2 m. 13).
-, -, patronage of the church, 853.

Barforth upon Tees (Barford), Yorks, 438 (4 mm. 2, 21).

Barfote, John, p. 1512.

Barg. See Bergen.

Bargehall, Essex, 438 (3 m. 14).

Barges. See Berghes.

Bargeslych. See Borrisoleigh.

Bargham. See Burpham.

Barham (Bargham, Bergham, Berham, Berugham), Suff., 438 (1 m. 4), 438 (4 m. 27), 1803 (2 m. 1):g. 546 (28), 1804 (9), 2964 (33).

Bari (Barry), Francesco Maria Sforza duke of, afterwards (1521) duke of Milan, 2869, 3014.

Barington. See Barrington.

Barisford. See Basford.

Barkeley. See Berkeley.

Barkeley, Soms. See Berkley.

Barker,, of Worcestershire, g. 11 (10).
-, -, Alice, 438 (4 m. 25).
-, - (Berker), Ambrose, 1803 (1 m. 6).
-, -, Henry, 438 (2 m. 30), 438 (4 m. 25):p. 1548.
-, -, Hugh, rector of Gimingham, 1803 (1 m. 3).
-, - (Berker), John, 2380 ii., 3343:p. 1513.
-, -, Ric., 1803 (2 m. 5).
-, - (Berker), Rob., 438 (3 m. 31).
-, -, Rob., rector of Upton Lovel, g. 682 (35), 709 (5).
-, -, Roger, 20 (p. 16):g. 3582 (25).
-, - (Barcher), Th., prior of Newborough, 438 (2 m. 18), 1493 v.:p. 1529:g. 2484 (2).
-, -, Wm., vicar of Bunny, p. 1531.

Barkers, 438 (2 mm. 5, 30), 1803 (2 m. 6).

Barkeston. See Barcheston.

Barkeswell. See Berkswell.

Barkett, John, 438 (3 m. 3).

Barkewell. See Backwell.

Barkhamsted. See Berkhampstead.

Barking (Berkyng), Essex, 438 (1 m. 6), 438 (3 m. 29 bis), 438 (4 mm. 5, 20), 1803 (1 mm. 2, 6), 2671:g. 2055 (23).
-, -, letter dated at, 2480 (22).
-, -, nunnery, 438 (4 mm. 4, 16):g. 94 (35), 632 (36).
-, -, -, abbess of. See Grene, E.

Barking, Midd. See under London.

Barking (Berkyng), Suff., 438 (1 m. 2).

Barking, John , 2539:p. 1505.

Barkley. See Berkeley.

Barkway (Berkway), Herts, g. 2617 (21).

Barkwey, Wm., g. 94 (46).

Barl or Barle, Adam, g. 1221 (37).

Barlborough, Derb., 438 (2 m. 14).

Barle. See Barlow; also Barl.

Bar le Duc, in Britanny, 1825.

Barley, Herts, g. 2684 (1).

Barley. See Barlow.

Barlings abbey, Linc., 438 (3 m. 4).
-, -, abbot. See Barton, R.

Barlow (Barley), Derb., 438 (2 m. 22).

Barlow or Barley, George, g. 1494 (5).
-, -, Henry, 438 (2 m. 12).
-, -, Joan, g. 1494 (5).
-, - (Bairley), John, gentleman usher, 20 (p. 14).
-, - (Barly), John, S.T.P., 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, Margery, 438 (1 m. 15).
-, -, Nic., serjeant of the Peltry, g. 969 (42).
-, - (Barly), Ric., 2606.
-, - (Berley), Robert, 438 (2 m. 22), 2392:g. 709 (14).
-, -, Th., 438 (1 m. 15).
-, - (Barlee), Wm., 438 (2 m. 12), 1803 (1 m. 6).
-, - (Barloo, Barle), Wm., prior of Tiptree, 1803 (1 m. 4).

Barmeston or Barmston. See Barnardiston.

Barmoor wood, near Flodden, 2246 (4).

Barn. See Baron.

Barnabey or Barnaldbey. See Barnoldby.

Barnaby (Baronby, Barnabee), John, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 42), 707 (p. 383).

Barnack (Barnake), Ntht., rector of, 438 (2 m. 9).

Barnage, Th., chaplain, 438 (1 m. 22).

Barnaldyno. See Bernardin.

Barnard, Francis, gentleman usher, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42).
-, -, John, g. 546 (60).
-, -, Philip, ship captain, 1661 (4), 1869 iii., 2304 (3, 4):g. 2964 (33).
-, -, Robert, master of Fotheringhay College, 438 (3 m. 25):g. 3226 (7).

Barnard Castle (Barnacastell, Castle Bernard), Dham., 438 (2 m. 17 ter), 438 (4 m. 19), 1149, 1418:g. 94 (55, 68, 80), 132 (86, 11012), 414 (11), 563 (10), 1732 (17), 1804 (6).
-, -, constable, &c., of, g. 132 (86). See Conyers, Lord.

Barnardiston (Barmston, Barmeston, Barnston), Th., 438 (4 mm. 12, 19):p. 1540:App. 26 (? "Kynardiston"):g. 969 (23), 1494 (9), 2484 (9), 3408 (6).

Barnardyn, Frere. See Bernardin.

Barnby (Baracbe, Branby), Yorks, pp. 1525, 1547:g. 2964 (51).
-, -, prebend, in York cathedral, 1803 (2 m. 3).

Barnby (Barnbe), Charles, 2392.

Barne (Barone), Edw., 438 (1 m. 18):g. 924 (37).
-, - (Baron), John, g. 632 (18), 1266 (38).
-, - (Barn), Matthew, 438 (3 m. 24).
-, -, Rob. See Barnes.
-, - (Baron), Wm., clk., 3529.

Barnes, Dham., 1803 (2 m. 1).

Barnes (Barons, Baryns), Surr., 438 (2 m. 31), 438 (3 m. 10):g. 784 (20).

Barnes, Chr., M.A., rector of Bladon, g. 731 (56).
-, -, Eliz., 438 (3 m. 16).
-, - (Barneys), John, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, - (Baron, Barnys), Robert, Spinelly's servant, 2612, 2777, 3245:p. 1517.
-, - (Barons), Wm., g. 1494 (21A).
-, - (Barons), William, Master of the Rolls (15011504), 131.

Barnes or Barnesse, Lord. See Berners.

Barnesse, Jeanne, attendant on the French queen, 3357.

Barnesheyd, Lanc., 438 (2 m. 11).

Barneston. See Barnardiston.

Barnet or Chipping Barnet, Herts, 20 (p. 14), 438 (2 m. 19):p. 1515.
-, -, bailiff of, 438 (2 m. 19).

Barney (Barnay), Norf., g. 94 (35, p. 50).

Barney. See Berney.

Barneys. See Berners.

Barnhambrowne. See Burnham Broom.

Barningham (Bernyngham), Roger, prior of the monks of Thetford, 438 (1 m. 16).

Barnoldby le Beck (Barnalbey, Barnabey), Linc., 438 (3 m. 18).

Barnsley or Bardesley, Glouc., g. 94 (35).

Barnsley (Bernesley), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 12).
-, -, fair at, g. 2055 (124), 3107 (6).

Barnstaple (Barenstaple, Barnestaple, Barstaple), Devon, 438 (3 m. 23), 1982 (4):g. 969 (66), 1083 (2), 2222 (4).
-, -, chapel of St. Thomas, g. 3408 (24).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 1083 (47).
-, -, Guild of tanners, conf. of charters, g. 1266 (38).
-, -, priory, 438 (3 m. 15).
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 546 (54), 1804 (52).
-, -, -, licence for, g. 1836 (5).
-, -, -, John prior of. See Pilton. J.

Barnwalden (Barroldon), Essex [in Tolleshunt Knights], 438 (3 m. 24).

Barnwell (Bernewell) priory, beside Cambridge, 438 (1 m. 22):g. 1662 (56).
-, -, prior. See Reyson, W.

Barnwell (Barnewell), Th. or Wm., 3523n.:g. 924 (36).

Barnwood Forest (Barnewode), Oxon and Bucks, g. 381 (36), 3226 (1).
-, -, warden of, 438 (3 m. 8).

Baroke, Ric., g. 1316 (6).

Baron. See Barnes.

Baronby. See Barnaby.

Baronie, Lancelot, 1301.

Barons. See Barnes.

Barough. See Bergen.

Barowe in Brabant. See Bergen op Zoom.

Barowe, Norf. See Burgh.

Barowe Halle, Westmld., 438 (3 m. 18).

Barowe or Baro. See Barrow.

Barradot (Barradote or Barradoty, Barret), Richard, secretary to Prince Charles, 2083, 2391 (p. 1059), 3493, 3519.

Barre Island, co. Glamorgan [beside Llan Trissaint], g. 587 (9), 749 (2).

Barrero, Rob., 438 (2 m. 17).

Barreswell. See Berkswell.

Barret (Baret), Andrew, 2049.
-, - (Baret), Henry, 438 (2 m. 31).
-, -, John, purser, 2842 iii., 2938 ii.
-, -, Ric., 438 (4 m. 10).
-, -, Sieur, a Burgundian. See Barradot.
-, -, Th., 2537.

Barrington (Barington), Soms., 438 (1 m. 1).

Barrington or Baryngton, Humph., of the Guard, serjeant at arms, 20 (p. 13), 707, 877n., 2053:g. 218 (3), 1316 (21), 2055 (67), 3499 (15).
-, -, Sir Nic., App. 26.

Barroldon. See Barnwalden.

Barrot, Henry, of Lubeck, 1730.

Barrovich, Nachmet, a Turkish captain, 1534.

Barrow, Nthld., 438 (4 m. 12 ? "Berew").

Barrow (Barowe), Soms., 438 (3 m. 30):g. 1494 (6).

Barrow (Barowe), Suff., 438 (2 m. 15).

Barrowe (Barowe, Barough, Atborowe), Sir Maurice, 438 (4 m. 21):p. 1546:g. 1221 (6), 1462 (34), 1732 (46), 2222 (16 Wilts).
-, - (Barowe, Baroo, Baro), Th., 438 (3 m. 20).
-, - (Barow), Th., master cook, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).

Barrowden (Barowdon), Rutl., g. 833 (19).

Barrowford, Over- (Overbaraforth), Lanc., 438 (4 m. 14).

Barry. See Bury.

Barry, duke of. See Bari.

Bars. See Basse.

Barssested. See Bastead.

Barsted, Suss., vicar of, p. 1527.

Bar sur Seine, 2646, 2705.

Barth, John, customer of Bristol, 1728.

Bartherton, Chesh., 1803 (1 m. 2).

Bartholinus, Zenobius, 3092.

Bartholomeus, Ant., French prisoner, 2172.

Bartholomew (Bertilmewe), Eliz., 438 (1 m. 24).
-, - (Bartilmewe), John, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39):g. 1123 (56).
-, - (Bertilmewe), Wm., 438 (1 m. 24).
-, -, Wm., serjeant at arms, g. 1948 (54).

Bartholomio. See Alviano, B.

Barthone. See Warton.

Bartilmew. See Bartholomew.

Bartinis. See Bertinus.

Bartlay. See Berkeley.

Bartlott, Th., 438 (4 m. 14).

Bartolinis, Leonard de, p. 1526.

Barton (Berton), Berks, 438 (3 m. 32).

Barton, Camb., 1803 (1 m. 3):g. 2617 (21).

Barton, Glouc., g. 857 (2).

Barton, Linc., g. 2535 (25).

Barton, Norf., 438 (2 m. 6).

Barton, Staff., 438 (2 m. 14).

Barton (Eberton, Berton), Westmld., 438 (2 m. 24), 438 (4 m. 9).

Barton Bendish, Norf., 438 (1 m. 19).

Barton (Berton), near Bristol, Glouc., manor and hundred of, g. 381 (74).

Barton next Bury St. Edmunds, Suff., g. 1662 (55).

Barton in le Clay, Beds., 438 (3 m. 4).

Barton (Berton), Earl's, Ntht., 438 (2 m. 12).

Barton upon Humber, Linc., 438 (1 m. 5):g. 485 (6), 546 (73).
-, -, steward of, g. 190 (12).

Barton (Berton) next Marlborough, Wilts, g. 94 (35).

Barton under Needwood, Staff., 438 (2 m. 32).

Barton Regis (Barton Bristol), Glouc., g. 94 (35).

Barton next Smallburgh, Norf., 438 (4 m. 9).

Barton Stacy, Hants, 438 (2 m. 13).

Barton Turf, Norf., 438 (4 m. 9), 1803 (2 m. 1).

Barton (Bertoun), Andrew, Scottish sea captain, 484, 855n., 1056, 1070, 1155, 1523, 2122.
-, -, -, goods of, 1070.
-, - (Berton), Geoffrey, abbot of Lilleshall, 438 (4 m. 27).
-, - (Bertoun), John, Scottish sea captain, 212n., 484, 655, 1017, 1262, 1380, 1735, 1775, 2443.
-, -, -, his marriage, 655.
-, -, Robert, abbot of Barlings, 438 (3 m. 4).
-, - (Bertoun, Oberton), Robert or Hob, Scottish sea captain, 1214, 188, 233, 1262 (pp. 5778), 1298, 1302, 1311 (p. 602), 1311 iv., 1314, 1322, 1329, 1340, 1380, 1735 (p. 792), 1835 1971, 2199, 2694 (p. 1183), 2743 (p. 1196).
-, -, -, his father, 13.
-, -, Th., 438 (3 m. 22).

Bartram, Rob., 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40).

Barty. See Batry.

Baruicke. See Berwick.

Barwell, Leic., 438 (3 m. 8).

Barwick (Berwike in Elmet), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 23), 438 (4 m. 18):g. 2772 (24).

Barwis, Ric., g. 1948 (60).

Barwod. See Burwode.

Barworth. See Bereworth.

Baryngton. See Barrington.

Bascatt. See Basket.

Baschurch, Salop, 438 (2 m. 31).

Baschurche (Bascharcht), Th., rector of Newington, pp. 15278.

Base. See Baas.

Baseworth. See Bosworth.

Basford, Chr., merchant of the Staple, 1032 (2).
-, - (Barisford), Godfrey, g. 924 (18).
-, - (Beresford, Barfford, Barisford), James, rector of Matlock, &c., 438 (2 m. 5):g. 924 (18).
-, - (Barisford), Laurence, g. 924 (18).
-, - (Berisford), Margery, 438 (2 m. 5).
-, -, Roger, alderman, merchant of the Staple, 1032 (2).

Bashall (Bacschalfe, Bagschall, Bakshall, Bakshalf), Yorks [in Mitton], 438 (4 m. 13):g. 2684 (27).

Bashani. See Bosham.

Basildon (Bastelden), Essex [in Langdon], 438 (2 m. 16).

Basing, Hants, 438 (2 m. 9).
-, -, honor of, 438 (2 m. 21).

Basingstoke, Hants, 438 (2 m. 10), 438 (3 mm. 17, 21), 438 (4 mm. 10, 19), 1803 (1 mm. 1, 3), 1803 (2 m. 3):g. 132 (115), 289 (5).

Baske, Th., murder of, g. 190 (35).

Baskervyle, Sir James, 438 (3 m. 2).
-, - (Baskerville), James, 438 (3 m. 2):p. 1538:g. 969 (23).
-, - (Baskerfyld, Baskerveld), Philip, 438 (4 m. 24).
-, -, Sir Walter, 438 (3 m. 2).
-, -, Wm., restoration in blood (Act), 1471.

Basket, John, g. 519 (27).
-, - (Bascatt, Baskat), Thomas, ship captain, 1414, 2738.

Basle, in Switzerland, 2086, 2808, 3063, 3214, 3374.
-, -, canton of, 1301 (pp. 594, 596).

Bass. See Lauder, Sir R.

Basse (Bars), Giles, 438 (3 m. 29).
-, -, Wm., vintner, g. 924 (8).

Basse (Bossilfield), in Flanders, 2380.

Bassethewses, Leic., g. 651 (7).

Bassett or Basset, Sir John, 438 (1 m. 4):p. 1535:g. 833 (58 iv.).
-, -, John, 438 (1 m. 19):g. 289 (12).
-, -, -, his pedigree, g. 289 (2).
-, -, Reginald, charters of, g. 414 (18).
-, -, Ric. or Sir Ric., knighted at Lille (1513), 438 (1 m. 15), 438 (2 m. 5), 2392:App. 26:g. 804 (29 viii.), 833 (50 ii.), 969 (23).
-, -, Rob., g. 804 (29 ii., viii.).
-, -, Th., 438 (2 m. 5).
-, -, Wm., 2537.

Bassidonie, Jan de, waterbailiff of Zealand, 1721.

Bassildon (Bastelden), Berks, 1803 (2 m. 5).

Bassingbourne, Camb., 438 (2 m. 9):g. 381 (51).

Bassus,, 2191.

Bastard, Ric., g. 2617 (6).

Bastard, the. See Vendme.

Bastead (Bassested, Barssested), Kent, 438 (3 m. 27).

Bastelden. See Basildon.

Basternay, Imbert de, Sieur de Bouchage, q.v.

Bastia dil Fossa di Zuinol, in Italy, 765.

Bastida,, 2982.

Bastiriacho, John, ship master, 1661 (4).

Bastogne (Bastoyne, Bastoing), in Luxemburg, 1813.
-, -, letter from, 1203.

Baston, Linc. See Boston.

Baston, John, g. 1805 (1).
-, -, Th., g. 2964 (27).

Bastourne. See Fastern.

Batable Lande. See Debateable.

Batchworth (Bacheworth), Herts, g. 1804 (3).

Batell. See Battle.

Bateman (Batman), John, 20 (p. 17), 438 (1 m. 13).
-, -, Rob., 438 (4 m. 26).

Batemanson. See Batmanson.

Batens (Baten), Wm., attainted, g. 709 (14), 1948 (31), 2137 (18).

Batersey. See Battersea.

Bates (Baytys), Rob., master carpenter, 3506:pp. 151215.

Bath, knights of the.See Knights.

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

Bath, Soms., 438 (2 m. 29):g. 833 (11), 1221 (4), 1494 (62).
-, -, cathedral priory of, 438 (1 m. 23), 438 (3 m. 11).

Bath, archdeacon of, 438 (4 m. 12).

Bath and Wells, bpric. of, 3509.
-, -, -, confirmation of charters for, g. 546 (13).
-, -, bp. of.See Corneto, A. de.
-, -, Oliver [King] late bp. of (A.D. 14951503), 438 (4 m. 21).

Batisford (Batesford), Suff., g. 519 (42).

Batmanson (Batemanson, Bapmanson), John, LL.D., ambassador to Scotland (Sept. 1509), 161, 255, 2015:g. 158 (80, 90), 2862 (5).

Batron (Batran), Wm., 438 (1 m. 1).

Batry or Barty, Margaret widow of Robert, 438 (3 m. 27).

Battersea (Bateresey), Surr., 438 (3 m. 14).
-, -, vicar of, g. 1602 (22).

Battle (Batell), Suss., 438 (3 m. 17), 438 (4 m. 18).
-, -, abbey, 438 (2 m. 16).
-, -,-, abbot of. See Champyon, L.
-, -,-, confirmation for, g. 381 (93).

Battle (Batyll), Hugh, vicar of Potterne, 438 (2 m. 25).
-, - (Batall), Humphrey, 438 (4 m. 13).
-, - (Battyll), Simon, p. 1512.

Battlefield (Batelfeld), Salop, g. 414 (46).

Baty, Ralph, usher of the Hall, g. 3049 (14).

Baudewyn. See Baldwin.

Baudone, Nic. de, French prisoner, p. 928.

Bauellis. See Knollis.

Baughragh. See Bachrach.

Baunbach, G. von, p. 1513.

Baunde. See Brandenburg.

Baunes. See Baines.

Baunton. See Bampton.

Bavaria (Bavier), 1352, 2572, 3192.

Bavaria, duke of, 3003. Probably Saxony intended.

Bavaria, William duke of, letter to, 2662.

Bavarin, Alberto, Venetian merchant, 287.
-, - (Baveryne), Ant., Venetian merchant, 438 (1 m. 4), 1371, 1463 iv., 1512, 1762, 1949, 2060, 2747, 2831:pp. 1506, 1510, 1514:g. 132 (95), 651 (31).
-, -,-, letters from, 1371, 1512, 1762, 1949, 2060, 2160, 2265, 2493.

Bavelingham. See under Calais.

Baveryn. See Bavarin.

Bavier. See Bavaria.

Bavinchove (Bavynco), in Flanders, 2404.

Bawdekyn. See Bodkin.

Bawdes, Rob., p. 1540:g. 3226 (12).

Bawdeswell, Norf., 438 (1 m. 6):g. 3049 (20).

Bawdewyn or Bawdyn. See Baldwin.

Bawdrip, Sir Wm., App. 26.

Bawdy, Wm. See Dawdy.

Bawmford. See Bamford.

Bawtry (Bawtre), Yorks, g. 784 (55).

Baxter, Edw., g. 381 (21).
-, - (Baxster), John, pp. 1503, 1547:g. 257 (59), 2684 (17).
-, -, Roland, rector of Ufford, p. 1529.

Baxulby. See Saxelby.

Bay, the [of Biscay], 1291.

Bay (Bai, Bey), John, g. 1494 (32).

Bayard (Bayaudo, Bayart), M., made prisoner at Guinegate, 1301 (p. 598), 2172, 2173 (3), 2198, 2227, 2237, 2254 ii., 2299, 2391 (p. 1059), 2392 iii., 2396.

Bayard, Rob., King's messenger, 1982.

Bayeux, Ren de Prie, bp. of, cardinal, 625, 667, 858, 932, 964, 1375, 2322, 3269 (3), 3361, 3364, 3411, 3424, 3430.
-, -,-, signature of, 625.

Bayford, Herts, 438 (3 m. 24).

Bayford, Soms., 438 (4 m. 17).

Bayham or Beigham (Begham), abbey, Suss., near Lamberhurst, 438 (3 m. 9), 438 (4 m. 10).
-, -, abbot. See Bexley, R.

Bayle, Th., rector of La Marsh, g. 1044 (16).

Bayle. See also Bailey.

Bayllol. See Balliol.

Baylly or Bayly. See Bailey.

Baylys, Ric., rector of Melsonby, g. 731 (16).

Baynard, John, g. 2222 (16 Wilts).
-, - (Banard), Philip, 438 (3 m. 3):p. 1546:g. 218 (12), 924 (29), 1462 (34).
-, -, Roger, 438 (1 m. 13).
-, - (Bayneard), Th., 1493.

Baynardes Castell. See under London.

Baynes, Laurence, 2914.
-, -, Ric., 1262 (p. 578).

Baynham or Bayneham (Beynam), . 438 (1 m. 26).
-, - (Beynam), Sir Alex., 20 (p. 15), 1176 iii., 2053 (6 ii.), 2414:p. 1537:g. 1221 (26), 2964 (17).
-, -,-, signature of, 2130 (4).

Baynham, Chr. or Sir Chr.. esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 16), 1176 iii.:p. 1537:App. 26:g. 969 (23), 1948 (57), 2964 (17).
-, -, John, g. 1662 (24).
-, -, Th., g. 1662 (24).
-, - (Beynam), Wm., 2479 (2).

Bayns or Banes, Th., 438 (1 m. 25).

Bayntley. See Bentley.

Baynton (Bayneton), Yorks, g. 709 (31).

Baynton (Beynton), John, 438 (1 m. 7), 853, 2293:g. 924 (20, 29).
-, - (Beynton), Sir Robert, g. 924 (20).

Bayntre. See Braintree.

Bayonne (Bayon), in Guienne, 1239, 12912, 1301 (p. 596), 1326 (pp. 6123, 6167), 1359, 1368, 1376, 1385, 1394, 1403, 1417, 1432, 1461, 1509 (pp. 6945), 1511 (p. 698), 1519 (p. 703), 1575 (p. 723), 1665 (pp. 762, 7656), 1689, 1866, 2006 (pp. 9078):g. 1266 (15).
-, -, fortifications of, 1575 (p. 723).

Bayonne (Bayon), bp. of [Bertrand de Lahet], 1326 (p. 616), 1327.
-, -, bpric. of, 1327.

Bayons, Linc. [near Tealby], g. 2684 (2).

Bays, Ric., g. 604 (24).

Baytys. See Bates.

Baytystuny or Boyston, vicarage of St. Nicholas, pp. 1523, 1530.

Be. See Lea.

Beachampton (Beauchampton), Bucks, g. 1316 (15).

Beache. See Beche.

Beaching Stoke (Bechyngstoke), Wilts, 438 (1 m. 13).

Beachy Head (Bechif, Bechyff, La Beauchieff), 1844 (p. 843), 2305 ii.:g. 132 (51).

Beaconsfield (Bekenesfeld, Bekennysfelde, Bokensfeld, Bekynfeld), Bucks, 438 (2 m. 32), 438 (3 m. 19), 438 (4 mm. 278).

Beaford (Beauford), Comb, Devon, 438 (2 m. 5).

Bealknapp. See Belknapp.

Bealmys. See Belamy.

Bealper. See Belper.

Bealsier. See Belser.

Beaminster, Dors.. 438 (1 m. 16).

Beamish (Beaumysshe), Dham., 438 (3 m. 2).

Beamoundes Landes. See Beaumont.

Beamount. See Beaumont.

Beamount, Linc., g. 2684 (2).

Beamsley (Bemesley), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 5).

Beantley. See Bentley.

Beare. See Bere.

Bearn (Byerne, Bierne, Berne, Haute Bearn, Autbierne) and the Bearnese (Byernesys), 1326 (pp. 613, 615), 1327, 1359, 1364, 1422, 1432, 1509 (p. 695), 1511 (p. 698), 1519 (p. 703), 1575, 1665 (pp. 762, 765), 1750, 1866, 1999 (3, 4), 2006 (p. 9078), 2038 ii., 2056, 2063, 2079, 2112, 2242:g. 1662 (38).

Bearn (Hibernia, Byarne, Burne, Beierna), Baron of, 1277 (p. 587), 1568, 1647 (p. 743), 1984, 2237.

Beates. See Betts.

Beaton (Betoun), James, archbishop of Glasgow, previously bp. of Galloway, chancellor of Scotland (1513), 55, 83, 923, 108, 124, 173, 255, 3745, 1135, 1152, 1342, 1735 (pp. 7923), 2084, 2461, 2569, 2793, 2911, 3481, 3540:p. 1527.
-, -,-, letters to, 55, 124, 173.
-, - (Beton), Walter, canon of Glasgow, p. 1522.

Beaubush. Suss., g. 857 (7), 1044 (6).

Beaucaire, seneschalcy of, in France, 3344.

Beauchamp, Anne, daughter of Henry duke of Warwick ( A.D. 1446), g. 1524 (36).
-, -, Henry duke of Warwick, q.v.
-, -, Isabel widow of Thomas, 438 (3 m. 30).
-, -, Richard lord ( A.D. 1496), 438 (4 m. 8).
-, -, Sir Ric., Lord St. Amand, q.v.
-, -, Th., heirs of, g. 833 (53).

Beauchampton. See Beachampton.

Beauchief abbey, 438 (1 m. 14).
-, -, abbot of. See Norton, J.

Beaudeley. See Bewdley.

Beaudesert (Bewdesert), Staff., 438 (2 m. 12), 438 (3 m. 16).

Beaudiner, Monsieur de, 3348.

Beaufewe, Alice, daughter of Christopher, 438 (2 m. 12).

Beauford, Charles, alias Somerset (q.v.), 438 (1 m. 26).

Beauforest, Richard, abbot of Dorchester, 438 (4 m. 6):g. 1123 (18).

Beaufort, Henry, cardinal (temp. Henry VI.), g. 414 (34).

Beaugency, in France, letter dated at, 902.

Beaulieu (Bewley, Beweley, Buwlew), Hants, 438 (1 m. 16), 438 (3 mm. 20, 27), 438 (4 m. 25):p. 1516.
-, -, abbey, g. 804 (1).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 784 (43).
-, -, letters dated at, 555:g. 563 (20).

Beaulper. See Belper.

Beauly (Belliloci), in Scotland, priory of, p. 1522.

Beaumaris (Bewmarys, Bewmares), co. Anglesea, 438 (1 mm. 12, 212), 438 (2 m. 29), 438 (3 m. 27), 2834, 3137 (16), 3222.
-, -, confirmation for, g. 414 (8).
-, -, constable of. See Beaumaris, R.

Beaumont (Bewmond), in France, 3430.
-, -, Louis de, Comte de Lerin, Marshal of Navarre, 1326 (p. 615), 1327, 1509 (pp. 6945), 1511 (pp. 6978).

Beaumont (Beamonte), Don John de, 1326 (p. 615), 1327.

Beaumont (Beaumand), Leic., 438 (2 m. 23).

Beaumont (Beamond), Rutl., 438 (3 m. 13).

Beaumont or Beamont, Eliz., 438 (2 m. 30).
-, - (Beamond, Bevamount, Bewmonte), George, 438 (3 mm. 5, 28).
-, - (Bewmond), Henry, esquire for the Body, 438 (4 m. 8):g. 833 (58 iv.), 1494 (57).
-, - (Bemond), James 438 (2 m. 8), 559:g. 804 (23).
-, -, Joan, 438 (3 m. 28).
-, -, John viscount, father of William, g. 1003 (1).
-, - (Beamound, Bewmount, Bemond), John, 438 (2 mm. 8, 33).
-, - (Beamound), Ric., 438 (2 m. 30), 707 (p. 383), 2480 (9, 29):g. 54 (3), 2055 (121), 2772 (24).
-, -, Richard viscount, g. 709 (14), 1948 (31).
-, -, Th., clk., 438 (4 m. 21).
-, -, Th., g. 969 (70).
-, -, Wm. viscount, and lord of Bardolf ( 1507), and his lands ("Beamoundes Landes"), 144, 438 (4 m.5):g. 132 (26), 158 (14, 17, 71), 190 (12), 289 (13), 519 (10), 604 (30), 682 (13, 25), 709 (1, 14), 833 (15, 30), 969 (39), 1003 (1), 1123 (58), 1266 (9, 33), 1948 (31), 2863 (10).
-, -,-, commissions for in-quisitions on his lands, &c., g. 132 (26).
-, -,-, his marriage with Joan Stafford, g. 682 (25).

Beaumysshe. See Beamish.

Beaune, A. de, 3360 (3).
-, -, Jacques de, 3360.

Beaunolt. See Benolt.

Beaupyne, Thomas, temp. Ric. II., g. 587 (20).

Beaurepeyre. See Belper.

Beauvais (Bevoyse), in France, 2128, 3381, 3411, 3430.
-, -, letters dated at, 2169, 3387.
-, -, bp. (and count) of, 3417 (p. 1437).

Beauvale (Beawvale) priory, [in Greasley], Notts, 438 (2 m. 7).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 485 (30).
-, -, letter dated at, 492.
-, -, prior. See Middleton, W.

Beawley. See Beaulieu.

Bebow. See Bilbao.

Becansaw. See Bekynsall.

Beccles (Bekkyls, Bexlys, Bekles), Suff., p. 1512:g. 1602 (43), 2772 (61).
-, -, chantry in, g. 2772 (61).

Beche (Beache), Walter, 438 (3 m. 9).

Bechear (or Bewzar), Th., 438 (2 m. 14).

Beches, Essex, g. 784 (56).

Becheworth. See Betchworth.

Bechif. See Beachy Head.

Bechyngstoke. See Beaching.

Beck or Becke. Edward, g. 2861 (31).
-, - (Beke), Eliz., g. 1266 (18).
-, - (Bek, Beke, Becce, Begge), John, 438 (2 m. 25).
-, - (Beke), Marmaduke, g. 1266 (18).
-, - (Bek, Beke), Roger, 707:g. 1948 (51).
-, - (Bekke, Beke, Beek, Bey), Th., 438 (2 m. 29):g. 1266 (18), 3107 (16).
-, -, Wm., auditor, 1024:g. 1805 (1).

Beckbury (Becbury), Salop, 438 (3 m. 31).

Becket, Thomas, chancellor of Henry II., g. 2964 (67).

Beckham (Bekham), East-, Norf., 438 (2 m. 8).

Beckhay (Bekhay, Bekey), Yorks, 1057, 1593.

Beckingham (Bekyngham), Linc., 438 (3 m. 23).

Beckington (Bekyngton), Soms., 438 (4 m. 1).

Beckley (Bekley), Oxon, g. 1662 (41).

Beckley (Bekley), Suss., g. 709 (26).

Beckwith, Ralph, prior or minister of Hounslow, 438 (4 m. 8).
-, - (Bekwith), Th., 438 (4 m. 21):g. 833 (41).
-, - (Bekwith), Sir Wm., 438 (4 m. 21).

Beckys. See Bex.

Bedale, Yorks, g. 2964 (44).
-, -, rector of, 438 (4 m. 7).

Bedasen. See Bidache.

Beddington (Bedyngton), Surr., 438 (3 m. 34):g. 885 (5), 3499 (36).

Bede. See Oliver, B.

Bedeford, Devon. See Bideford.

Bedell, , ship carpenter, 1748.
-, -, Ric., auditor, g. 357 (15).
-, - (Bedill), Roger, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 39), 707:g. 485 (43).
-, - (Bedull), Wm., 1446:p. 1538:g. 132 (97), 357 (41), 2222 (16 Herts), 2617 (2), 3226 (7).

Bedell. See also Biddulph.

Bedford, 438 (1 m. 25). 438 (2 m. 28), 438 (3 mm. 10, 18), 438 (4 m. 2), 1803 (2 m. 2):g. 381 (78), 924 (37), 3107 (7).
-, -, fee farm, g. 94 (35).
-, -, mayor and burgesses, 438 (4 m. 9).
-, -, hospital or priory of St. John Baptist, 438 (1 m. 18).
-, -,-, confirmation for, g. 1083 (22), 1662 (29).
-, -,-, master. See Morgan, W.
-, -, St. John's, rector of, 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (3 m. 13).

Bedford, archdeacon of, 438 (3 m. 13), 438 (4 m. 21).

Bedford, Jasper Tudor duke of (14851495), g. 485 (37), 709 (14), 784 (21), 1948 (31).

Bedford (Bedeford), John, 438 (2 m. 18).
-, -, Ric., 438 (2 m. 18), 438 (3 m. 24).

Bedford minor, prebend in Lincoln cathedral, 438 (4 m. 21).

Bedfordshire, 205 (p. 106), 580, 2054 (1, 5), 3377:g. 190 (3), 218 (55), 381 (74), 632 (26), 709 (6), 833 (11), 969 (23, 51), 1123 (15), 1494 (9, 55), 1662 (45), 1804 (22, 49), 2222 (16), 2484 (9, 17), 2684 (17), 3408 (18, 20), 3499 (12, 28).
-, -, commission of the peace, p. 1533.

Bedhampton (Bedehampton, Bodehampton), Hants, g. 218 (23), 587 (18), 1524 (2).
-, -, rector presented, g. 731 (10).

Bedingfeld, Edmond, g. 709 (31).
-, - (Benyngfeld), Th., or Sir Th., 81, 438 (1 m. 2), 1453, 1661 (p. 752):g. 257 (84), 709 (31), 833 (58), 2222 (16 Norf.).
-, -,-, knighted, 81.

Bedingham, Norf., 438 (4 m. 23).

Bedlington, Nthld., 438 (4 m. 3).

Bedminster (Bedmyster, Bedmester), Soms., 438 (3 m. 32):g. 1266 (11a).

Bedmynye. Se Bodmin.

Bednell, John, 3170.
-, -, Th., abbot of Whitby (1514), 3584:g. 2861 (28, 35), 3408 (32).

Bedon. See Beedon.

Bedoo, David, rector of Weyhill, 2480 (27):g. 2617 (4).
-, -, Ric., M.A., rector of Gladestry, g. 2863 (6).

Bedwardyn. See under Worcester.

Bedwell, Herts, 1849:g. 1524 (38).

Bedworth, Warw., 2537.

Bedyford. See Bideford.

Bedyll or Bedle, Staff. See Biddulph.

Bedyngton. See Beddington.

Beedon (Bedon), Berks, g. 132 (96).

Beef, 1416. See also Commissions (purveyance), Naval Expenses.

Beek. See Beck.

Beeleigh (Byley, Bileigh), near Maldon, Essex, 438 (3 m. 24).
-, -, abbey, 438 (3 m. 19).
-, -, -, abbot. See Skarlet, T.

Beelsby (Belesby), Linc., 438 (1 m. 2).

Beelthe. See Builth.

Beene, Wm., abbot of Burton upon Trent, g. 414 (39), 2222 (16 Staff.).

Beer and ale, 193, 1416, 1531, 2833, 3148.
-, - See also Commissions (purveyance), Naval Expenses.

Beerbrewers, 438 (3 mm. 6, 8, 24), 438 (4 m. 15), 1803 (m. 2).

Beer Ferrers (Bereferrers, Bereferys), Devon, 438 (3 m. 1), 438 (4 m. 23), 1803 (2 m. 1).

Beetham (Bethom, Bethume, Bethymne), Westmld., 438 (3 mm. 10, 34):g. 2684 (64).

Beetley (Beteley), Norf., 1803 (2 m. 6).

Begge. See Beck.

Beggranes, Cumb., g. 1172 (16).

Begham. See Bayham.

Beghton. See Beighton.

Beguyneau. See Peguineau.

Behobia (Byhobya), near Fontarabia, 1509, 1511 (p. 699).

Beierna. See Bearn.

Beigham. See Bayham.

Beighton, Derb., 438 (2 m. 28), 1803 (1 m. 4).

Beighton (Beghton, Boyghttun, Byton), Ric., 438 (2 m. 25).

Beilby (Byleby), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 12).

Beilby (Bylby), John, p. 1547:g. 158 (91).

Beilde (Beld), Magnus, a Dane in Scottish service, 15604, 1582, 1729, 2578 (3).
-, -, Oswald, chancellor of Denmark, uncle of the preceding, 1560.

Beillarville, Rade de, at Honfleur, 3349 (p. 1411).

Bejar, Gregory de, merchant of Burgos, 2459.

Bek, or Beke. See Beck.

Bekelbergh. See Dickleburgh.

Bekenesfeld. See Beaconsfield.

Bekennysfeld. See Beaconsfield.

Bekerton. See Bickerton.

Bekestraynes, Cumb., g. 1172 (16).

Bekett, Th., g. 2684 (74).

Bekey. See Beckhay.

Bekhay. See Beckhay.

Bekingham or Bekyngham, Elias de, g. 519 (42).
-, -, Mary, widow of Thomas, 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, -, Ric., 438 (3 m. 27).
-, -, Robert, 438 (3 m. 19).
-, -, Th., 20 (p. 16), 438 (2 m. 11):g. 749 (36).

Bekk. See Beck.

Bekkes or Bekkys. See Bex.

Bekkyls. See Beccles.

Bekles. See Beccles.

Bekley. See Beckley.

Bekwith. See Beckwith.

Bekynfeld. See Beaconsfield.

Bekyngton. See Beckington.

Bekynsaw (Bekynsall, Bekonsall), George, 20 (p. 15), 82 (p. 41).
-, - (Bekynsals, Becansaw, Bekensall, Bekensawe), Dr. Robert, Queen's almoner, 19 (p. 11), 20, 82 (p. 41), 1446:g. 1462 (33), 2330 (3).
-, -,-, signature of, g. 2330 (3).

Belamy (Bealmys, Bealmy), John, rector of Todmarton, 438 (2 m. 13).
-, -, Ric., g. 1948 (32).

Belchamber, John, 438 (3 m. 21).

Belchamp Walter (Belechamp Water), Essex, 438 (4 m. 11).

Belcher, Humphrey, 438 (2 m. 31).
-, - (Belchier, Belcheer), Rob., 438 (2 m. 31):g. 563 (15).

Beld. See Beilde.

Belenzona. See Bellinzona.

Belerikkey. See Billericay.

Belesby. See Beelsby.

Beley, Henry, abbot of Tewkesbury, 3464:p. 1537:g. 257 (47).
-, - (Belee), Hugh, 438 (4 m. 24).

Belford, Nthld., 2740.

Belgrave, Leic., 438 (2 mm. 11, 20).

Belgrave, George, s. and h. of John, g. 2772 (58).

Belitza, lord of. See La Palisse.

Belknap (Bealknapp, Bellekanapp, Belknaper), Edw. or Sir Edw., esquire for the Body, knighted at Tournay, 20 (p. 14), 438 (3 m. 14), 438 (4 m. 4), 1176 iii., 1869 v., 1913, 2053 (1, 3, 5, 6 ii.), 2301, 2480 (54, 57), 2575, 2598, 2673, 2678, 2834, 2880, 3002, 3135, 3137 (16), 3222, 3506, 3539, 3555:pp. 15034, 1511, 1516, 1545:g. 158 (36), 257 (80), 289 (17), 449 (15), 709 (41.43), 1805 (1), 1948 (85), 3499 (49), 3582 (12).
-, -,-, his accounts, 2575 ii., 2598, 3002.
-, -,-, recognizance made to, g. 257 (80).
-, -,-, signature of, 3506, 3539:g. 1805 (1).
-, -, Henry, g. 289 (17).

Bell (Bel), Bernard (abbot of Melrose ?), 300.
-, -, John, painter, 307.
-, -, John, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 41), 438 (4 m. 5):g. 3107 (31).
-, -, Margaret, g. 833 (53).
-, - (Belle), Richard, chaplain, 438 (2 m. 28):g. 94 (1).
-, -, Ric., g. 833 (53).
-, - (Belle), Rob., g. 132 (111), 381 (101), 2330 (1), 2422 (18).
-, -, Roger, 1493 ii.
-, - (Belle), Th., of the Cellar, 82 (p. 39):g. 54 (46), 257 (18), 381 (88), 604 (8), 731 (8), 804 (25), 1415 (7), 2055 (95).
-, -, Wm., 707:1462 (18).

Belle. See Beverley.

Bell founders, 438 (2 m. 29).

Bella, Th., 20 (p. 13).

Bellake, Simon, of the Toils, 20 (p. 16).

Belleau (Hellowe), Linc., g. 731 (21), 749 (6).
-, -, park of, g. 158 (63).

Bellecensis (of Belsunce ?), Marquis, letter to, 1458.

Bellegarde, M. de, letter to, 2115.

Bellelolell. See Beloeil.

Bellemicas [co. Tipperary ?], p. 1524.

Beller (Byller, Billar), Ric., 1803 (1 m. 2).

Bellers, Roger, g. 94 (35).

Belles, Ric., See Bolles.

Bellesbi. See Bilsby.

Bellewe, John, 1493.

Belliloci. See Beauly.

Belling, in Scotland [near Fallside], 2443.

Bellingham (Belyngham, Belyngeham, Belyngcham, Belengeham), Chr., 438 (1 m. 2):pp. 1534, 1542:g. 2222 (16 Berks).
-, - (Bellingeham), Edward or Sir Edward, a demi lance, 1450 (p. 661):App. 26:g. 1083 (39).
-, -, John, chantry priest, p. 1527.
-, - (Bollyngeham), John, 438 (4 m. 25).
-, - (Belyngeham), Nic., 438 (2 m. 15), 438 (3 m. 33).
-, - (Belyngeham), Ralph, g 1083 (39).
-, - (Belyngeham), Ric., g. 1083 (39).
-, - (Belyngeham), Rob., 438 (4 m. 26).
-, - (Bolyngham, Belyngham), Sir Roger, p. 1546:g. 804 (29 iii.), 833 (45 ii.), 1365 (3).

Bellinzona (Belanzona), in Italy, 982.

Bellisby. See Bilsby.

Bellister park, in Haltwhistle, Nthld., g. 1662 (43).

Bellouse (Belus), Wm., clerk of the Council, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p 43):g. 546 (20), 749 (18).

Belluno (Cividal di Belluno), in Italy, 278.

Bellyng, Th., 438 (3 m. 10).

Bellyngforth. See Billingford.

Belmesthorpe (Byllesthorp), Rutl., 438 (1 m. 11).

Beloeil (Belleolell), in Hainault, letter dated at, 1932.

Belovesa or Belowsa, Cornw., 438 (4 m. 16).

Belper (Bealper, Beaurepeyre Beaulper), Derb., 1803 (1 m. 2).

Belsay (Belso, Belsoo), Nthld., 438 (2 m. 26):g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Belser (Bealsier, Beaulsyer, Belsier), George, 438 (4 m. 21).

Belshawe, Th., clk., g. 54 (93).

Belson, Robert. See Notes and Errata, No. 2137.

Belstead (Belstede), Suff., g. 2684 (12).

Beltenment, in Scotland, p. 1260.

Belton, Linc., 438 (1 m. 12), 438 (2 m. 6).

Beltrian (Beltran), Pedro, messenger of Ferdinand of Aragon, 1557, 1740 (p. 796), 1999, 2132.

Belus. See Bellouse.

Belvoir (Bever), Leic., 438 (3 m. 8).

Belwode, Rob., 438 (1 m. 12):p. 1540.

Belyngdon. See Billington.

Belyngeham. See Bellingham.

Belzers. See Welzers.

Bembo, Peter, Papal secretary, 2399 (2), 3527, 35478, 3574.
-, -,-, signature of, 2253, 2288, 3205.

Bemersley, Staff., 438 (2 m. 15).

Bemesley. See Beamsley.

Bemond. See Beaumont.

Bemynster, Dors. See Beaminster.

Benamye. See Binamy.

Benavente, Count de, 6 (p. 5).

Benbury (Benbery), Nic., son of John, 438 (3 m. 17).

Benche, John, clk., p. 1524.

Bendell, Rob., g. 447 (27).

Benden. See Bennenden.

Bendfield Bury (Benfeldbury), Essex [in Stansted Mountfichet], g. 2055 (123), 2484 (1).

Bendish, Wm., 707 (p. 383).

Bendon (Byndon), Devon, 438 (4 m. 4).

Bendon, Ric., 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 39).

Bene, Wm., g. 2055 (6).

Benedict. See Vialis.

Benefeld, in Rockingham Forest, Ntht., g. 1123 (46), 2684 (59).

Benehall. See Benhall.

Benemyd. See Binamy.

Benese (Benys), Richard, rector of Woodborough, g. 731 (6).

Beneston. See Benston.

Benet, , 559.
-, -, Henry, 3135.
-, -, Joan, 438 (4 m. 14).
-, - (Benette), John, 438 (2 mm. 16, 19), 438 (3 m. 2), 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, - (Beynnet, Beynet), Robert, 438 (3 m. 18).
-, -, Th., 82 (p. 42), 438 (1 m. 22), 438 (2 m. 12), 438 (3 m. 16), 853:g. 2772 (63).
-, -, Wm., 1803 (1 m. 5):g. 784 (19).

Benet Hulme. See Hulme.

Benevolence, granted to Henry VII., 438 (1 mm. 2, 11).

Beneython. See Boneython.

Benfeld. See Binfield.

Benfleet, South- (Southbemeflete), Essex, 438 (2 m. 5).

Benger, John, g. 2055 (17).
-, -, Ric., 436.

Benhall (Benehall), Suff., g. 190 (4), 2055 (95).

Benham, in Scotland. See Binning.

Benham Lovell, Berks, g. 94 (35).

Bennecar (Bymaker), Wilts, 438 (3 m. 15).

Bennenden (Benden, Benynden), Kent, 438 (4 m. 5).
-, -, rector of, p. 1530.

Bennington (Benyngton), Linc., 438 (3 m. 18), 438 (4 m. 26).

Benolt (Bunolt, Bunowlte, Bennolt), John, clk., secretary of Calais, 981:g. 54 (16), 449 (19), 751 (2), 924 (34), 3408 (37).
-, - (Beaunolt), Thomas, Windsor herald, Norrey king of arms (1510), Clarencieux king of arms (30 Jan., 1511), 707, 1442, 1450 (p. 661), 2053 (6 ii.), 2873, 2880, 2903, 3193 (2), 3215, 3221, 3348, 3552:g. 449 (9), 632 (56, 79), 682 (42).
-, -, -, letter to, 3215.

Bensall. See Bonsall.

Benson, John, chaplain, g. 1221 (43).
-, -, Ric., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).
-, -, Wm., 707 (p. 383).

Bensted or Benstede, Edw. or Sir Edward, gentleman usher, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 41), 438 (3 m. 13), 2295:g. 2684 (41).
-, -,-, his account as treasurer of wars in the North (in 1512), 1450.
-, -,-, as treasurer to the French Queen, 3294, 3348 (3):p. 1538:App. 26.
-, -, John, abbot of Whitby, 438 (3 mm. 21, 34 "Benston"):g. 2222 (16 Scarborough), 2684 (25), 2861 (35), 3408 (32).
-, -, Wm., 20 (p. 17).

Benston. See Denston.

Benston, John, abbot of Whitby. See Bensted.
-, - (or Beneston), Lawrence, 438 (2 m. 15).

Bentbowe, Wm., g. 1494 (2).

Bentham (Bentam), Glouc., 438 (2 m. 24).

Bentham (Benthen), Yorks, rector of, p. 1527.
-, -, rector presented, g. 1123 (28).

Bentinck, Allart, household steward to Margaret of Savoy, 2767.

Bentivogli (Bentyvoyllys), the, of Bologna, 777 (p. 415), 77980, 802, 996, 1127, 1677 (p. 770).
-, -,-, Louis XII's protection to them by name, 802.

Bentivoglio, Alexander, 1277 (p. 587), 1301.
-, -, Hannibal, 965, 1747.
-, -, Hermes, 2352 (2).

Bentley, Worc., 438 (3 m. 23).

Bentley, Suff., g. 2684 (12).

Bentley, Fenny- (Fenebentley), Derb., chantry in. g. 924 (18).

Bentley Parva, Essex, 438 (3 m. 32).

Bentley (Benteley) Wood, Wilts, g. 381 (75).

Bentley (Bentle, Bayntley, Beantley), Henry, 438 (4 m. 19).
-, -, John, p. 1548:g. 257 (88).
-, -, John, chaplain, 438 (1 m. 22).

Benyfelde, Ntht., 438 (3 m. 13).

Benyngfeld. See Bedingfeld.

Benys. See Benese.

Beoly (Reley), Worc., 438 (1 m. 1).

Ber', Warinus filius. See Geroldus.

Berangier. See Barangier.

Bercombe. See Barcombe.

Berde or Berd, Edward, 438 (3 m. 3).

Berdeney. See Bardney.

Berdes, Fr. de. See Bardi.

Berdfield, Essex, court rolls, 544.

Berdisley. See Bardisley.

Berdiwike. See Wick.

Berdmore, Hugh, alias Kingsley, q.v.
-, -, John, g. 94 (37), 749 (19).

Berdwell, Suff., 438 (4 m. 21).

Bere, Hants, 438 (1 m. 25).

Bere (Beare), John, g. 1221 (15).
-, -, John, 2053 (2). See Vere.
-, -, John, gunpowder maker, p. 1508.
-, -, Richard, abbot of Glaston, bury, 205, 963, 1803 (1 m. 6), 2759, 2928 (p. 1266), 3464:g. 2222 (16 Soms.).

Berecedo. Pedro de, a Spaniard, 2215.

Berefeld, Essex. See Bardfield.

Bereferrers or Bereferys. See Beer.

Bereford. See Barford.

Bere Forest (Southbere, West Bere, King's Bere, Westebury, Kyngesbury), Hants, g. 94 (28, 90), 381 (13), 969 (15), 2684 (29), 3408 (19).

Berenghier, Jaquet, of Lille, 1387.

Bere Norbury. See Berry Narbor.

Bere Regis, Dors., 438 (1 m. 22), 438 (3 m. 28).

Beresford. See Basford.

Bereton. See Burrington.

Berewe, Nthld. See Barrow.

Bereworth (Berwithe, Barworth, Berworth), Stephen, dean of Wallingford, doctor of physic, 438 (2 m. 11 ter):g. 447 (11).

Berewyk manor, Herts, g. 2617 (21).

Berford. See Barford.

Bergamini. See Burgarini.

Bergamo (Bergham), in Italy, 1309, 1417, 1555, 1647, 2074, 2645, 2982, 3282, 3392, 3396, 3400, 3451.

Bergamo, Gabriel de, pp. 15245.

Bergavenny. See Abergavenny.

Bergayny. See Abergavenny.

Bergen (Barg), duchy of, g. 3049 (13).

Bergen, duke of, 1162.

Bergen op Zoom (Berghes, Berghez, Barowe, Barough), 325, 438 (3 m. 17), 1032 (8), 1353, 1357, 1437, 1573, 1594, 2451, 2478 (2), 3085, 3174, 3208, 3235:pp. 1503, 1514.
-, -, letters dated at, 89, 1362, 1370, 1664, 1768, 3208.

Bergen, Anthony of. See St. Omer, abbot of St. Bertin's.

Bergevenny. See Abergavenny.

Bergham. See Bergamo.

Bergham or Berham. See Barham.

Berghe, in Scotland, p. 1260.

Berghes. See Bergen.

Berghes (Berges, Barges, Bergues, Berghis), -John lord of, high chamberlain to Maximilian, 89, 324, 325 (p. 147), 592, 628, 650, 919, 1146, 1213, 1229, 12889, 1339, 1350, 1362, 1364, 1469, 1566, 1594, 1750, 1895, 2010, 2014, 2021, 203940, 2063, 2068, 2076, 2083, 2106, 2123, 2173 (3 "Bergen"), 2203, 2209, 2214, 2225, 2230, 2235, 2255 (? "Bagh"), 2377, 2656, 2694, 2705, 2736, 2797, 2815, 28678, 2940, 2941 (p. 1271), 3014, 3174, 32089, 3400.
-, -,-, letter from, 89
-, -,-, his daughter, 3174.
-, -,-, his son. See Walhain, Peter lord of.
-, -,-, his son-in-law, 1566 (p. 719).

Berghes, Jehan de, 1950 (3).

Bergholt (Berghold, Barfold, Barfolt), Suff., 438 (3 mm. 9, 28).

Bergholt, East- (Estbarholt, Estbarfold), Suff., 438 (1 m. 21).

Bergholt (Barfold), West-, Essex, 438 (1 m. 19).

Berg St. Vinox (Bergues), in Flanders, 2391 (p. 1061).

Bergues. See also Bergen.

Beripper, Cornw., 438 (4 mm. 10, 18).

Berkeley (Barkeley), Glouc., 438 (3 m. 9), 438 (4 m. 24):g. 381 (84), 447 (27), 485 (15), 563 (21), 1316 (34), 2964 (40).
-, -, constable, &c., g. 2964 (40).

Berkeley (Brakeley), hundred, Glouc., g. 682 (30).

Berkeley, Alice widow of Sir Edward, g. 546 (19).
-, - (Barkeley), Eliz. widow of Thomas, 438 (2 m. 28):g. 546 (19).
-, , Henry, 3038.
-, - (Barkley, Berkeley), James, gentleman usher, 20 (p. 14):g. 485 (15), 2964 (40).
-, -, John, s. and h. of Thomas, s. and h. of Sir Edward, g. 546 (19).
-, -, Katharine widow of Sir William, g. 546 (19).
-, -, Maurice lord ( 1506), 438 (1 m. 26).
-, - (Barkeley), Maurice or Sir Maurice, esquire and knight for the Body, 20 (pp. 14, 16), 81, 438 (1 m. 26), 707, 878 ii., 1176 (1, 4), 1422, 1441, 1496 i., ii., 1869 v., vi., 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5, 6 i., ii.), 2391, 2480 (49), 2537, 2575 ii., 2838, 2907, 3348 (3):pp. 1513, 1517, 1519, 1537, 1539, 1546:g. 218 (12), 257 (49 bis), 632 (26), 833 (61), 969 (23), 1221 (6), 1602 (24), 2964 (1).
-, -,-, signature of, 1441:g. 2964 (1, 2).
-, -,-, knighted, 81.
-, - (Barclay, Barkeley, Barcley), Maurice, ship captain, killed at Flodden, 1414, 1661 (1, 3, 4), 2246, 2304 (3), 2652, 2738:g. 1494 (9), 2484 (6).
-, - (Berkley, Barkley), Ric., of Rye, 438 (1 m. 4), 1812, 1869 iii.:p. 1537:g. 1494 (9).
-, - (Barkeley, Bartlay), Thomas or Sir Thomas, knighted after Flodden, 2246 (4 ii.):p. 1547 bis:g. 2055 (44), 2964 (40).
-, -, William marquis (148892), Earl Marshal (148592) and Nottingham (148392), viscount Berkeley (148192), and his lands ("Berkeley's lands"), 438 (1 m. 26):g. 357 (15), 381 (74), 709 (14), 1948 (31).

Berker. See Barker.

Berkhamstead (Barkhamsted), Great-, Herts, 438 (1 m. 11), 438 (4 m. 1):g. 94 (35).
-, -, porter of the castle, g. 94 (9).

Berkhampstead (Barkehamsted) fee, in cos. Ntht. and Bucks, g. 257 (32).

Berkhampstead, West-, Herts, 438 (4 m. 8).

Berkley (Barkeley), Soms., 1803 (1 m. 1).

Berkshire, 205 (p. 106), 438 (4 m. 13), 2054 (4):g. 190 (28), 381 (74), 833 (11), 969 (23), 1123 (23), 1494 (9, 55), 1524 (30), 1732 (21, 24), 2055 (37), 2222 (12, 16), 2484 (9, 17), 2684 (79), 2964 (13), 3499 (12).
-, -, commission of the peace, pp. 15334.
-, -, Suffolk's lands in, g. 94 (51).

Berkshire, archd. of. See Twynyho, C.

Berkstall, Henry, p. 1505.

Berkswell (Berkeswell, Barreswell, Barkeswell), Warw., 438 (3 m. 27):g. 158 (36), 257 (30), 709 (41), 1221 (20), 1732 (48), 2055 (129).

Berkway. See Barkway.

Berkyn. See Birkin.

Berkyng. See Barking.

Berkyng, Surr. See Dorking.

Berling (Birling), Suss., g. 289 (13), 2863 (10).

Bermeo, in Spain, 1239.

Bermingham, Wm., 3583.

Bermondsey, Surr., 438 (2 m. 8), 1803 (1 m. 3).
-, -, abbey of St. Saviour, 643, 786:p. 1529:g. 3049 (27).
-, -,-, John abbot of, 438 (1 m. 4).
-, -,-, confirmation for, g. 1221 (13).

Bermyngeham, Patrick, chief justice of King's Bench in Ireland, g. 2535 (2).

Bern. See Barn.

Bernard, John, s. and h. of John, g. 1365 (12).
-, - (Bernarde), Robert, provost of Cotherstok college, g. 1266 (28).
-, -, Wm., g. 749 (28).

Bernard Castle. See Barnardcastle.

Bernarde, Anthony, comptroller of the Emperor's artillery, 2285.

Bernardin (Barnaldyno), Fray, knight of Rhodes, French naval commander, 1326 (p. 618), 1844 (p. 843), 1907.

Berne, in Switzerland, 2086, 3127.
-, -, letter dated at, 3088.

Berne. See also Bearn.

Berners (Barnes, Barners, Barnesse, Bernes, Barneys, Marnesse), Sir John Bourchier lord, chamberlain to the French Queen, 20 (pp. 12, 19, 20), 37, 205, 438 (3 m. 16), 438 (4 m. 10), 963, 1450, 2051, 2053 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 ii.), 2218, 2413, 2480 (I. 44, II.), 2542, 2834, 2838, 3222, 3272, 3294, 3321, 3348 (3), 3355, 3464, 3483:pp. 1517, 1538, 1544:g. 1732 (2), 2055 (105), 2964 (53), 3049 (11).
-, -,-, letter from, 2480 II.
-, -,-, letter to, 3266.
-, -,-, signature of, 2218, 2413, 2415:p. 1511:g. 2684 (11).

Berners (Barners), Jane, 2692.

Bernesley. See Barnsley.

Berney (Barney), John, g. 833 (58 i.).
-, -, Katharine, 438 (3 m. 9).
-, - (Barney), Ralph, g. 833 (58 i.).
-, - (Barney), Th., 438 (3 m. 9).

Berni, John de, merchant of Toulouse, g. 2137 (28).

Berquetot, Rigault de, his retort to De Clermont, 1518.

Berreguardi, in Milan, letter dated at, 2864.

Berrey. See Bury.

Berrington (Borington, Beryngton), Heref., 438 (4 m. 27):g. 1170 (4).

Berry. See Bury.

Berry, Estienne de, French prisoner, p. 928.

Berry Narbor (Bene Norbury), Devon, 438 (2 m. 4).

Berry Pomeroy (Berypomere), Devon, vicar of, 438 (4 m. 6).

Bertilmewe. See Bartilmew.

Bertinus (Bartinis), Leonard, Apostolic writer, 539, 638.
-, -,-, letter from, 638.

Berton. See Barton.

Bertoun. See Barton.

Bertram, Roger son of, g. 158 (32), 632 (82).
-, -,-, charters of, g. 731 (4).

Berttesi, Mons. de, 724.

Berugham. See Barham.

Berwell, Thomas, abbot of Biddlesden, 438 (3 m. 20).

Berwick (Berwyk), Oxon, 438 (1 m. 4).

Berwick, Nthld See Abberwick.

Berwick in Elmet. See Barwick.

Berwick (Baruicke) St. John's, Wilts, p. 1521.

Berwick upon Tweed (Barwyke), 157, 299, 438 (2 mm. 10, 12, 23 ter, 26), 438 (3 m. 6), 438 (4 mm. 5, 12 bis), 827, 1004, 1302, 1315, 1329 (p. 620), 1363, 1391, 1463 ii., 1690, 1735 (p. 793), 1775 (p. 810), 1803, (2 m. 6), 1914, 2111, 2121, 2284, 2286, 2324, 2382, 2386, 2390, 2401, 2427, 2576, 26512, 27089, 271314, 2740, 2812 (3), 2834, 2913, 2973, 3313 (6):g. 94 (656, 68), 1804 (6).
-, -, letters dated at, 1329, 2096, 32156.
-, -, confirmation of charters for, g. 447 (28).
-, -, captain of, 845, 1819. See Darcy, Lord.
-, -, constable of the Castle, 438 (2 m. 7).
-, -, deputy [-captain] of, and council, 2096, 2576, 2714, 2740. See Evers, Sir R.
-, -, garrison of, 3030, 3505.
-, -, garrison lands, 1149:g. 94 (68), 289 (25), 563 (10), 709 (14), 857 (16), 1804 (6), 1948 (31).
-, -, marshal of, g. 1083 (37). See Garth, T.; Borough, T.
-, -, master mason of, g. 563 (10).
-, -, master of ordnance, g. 3582 (16). See Papedee, J.; Pawne, W.
-, -, master porter of, g. 2055 (41). See Strangways, T.
-, -, master of works, 438 (1 m. 25). See Coke, H.
-, -, mayor and aldermen of, 290, 2740.
-, -, outlaws of, 309.
-, -, porter, 1329. See Clapham, C.; also Strangways.
-, -, receiver general of, 918:g. 94 (55). See Lee, W.
-, -, treasurer of, 438 (1 m. 9). See Langton, W.
-, -, treasurer, chamberlain and customer of, g. 94 (53). See Darcy, Lord.
-, -, vice-captain, g. 1805 (2). See Notes and Errata.
-, -, Bridge, 2714.
-, -, The Nesse, 2708.
-, -, Walles Green, 2708.

Berwick (Barwyke), pursuivant, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42).

Berwick, Avery, a spear, 1450 (p. 661).
-, - (Berwyk), Ric., 3529.
-, - (Berwike), Rob., g. 1221 (14).

Berwike, Yorks. See Barwick.

Berwithe. See Bereworth.

Berworth. See Bereworth.

Berwyk or Barwike. See Berwick.

Berwyk in Elmet. See Barwick.

Berwyll, Alfred, g. 1083 (39).

Bery. See Bury.

Bery, abbot of. See Bury St. Edmunds.

Berydgge, John, 438 (3 m. 9).

Beryff, , ship owner, 2324.

Beryman, Wm., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39):g. 519 (7).

Beryngton. See Berrington.

Berypomere. See Berry Pomeroy.

Berypper, Cornw. See Beripper.

Beryton. See Burrington.

Besanon, in Franche Comt, 2166.

Besanon, archdeacon of, 2208.

Bescosquet, John, g. 381 (91).

Besells. See Besilles.

Besford, Worc., 438 (3 m. 26).

Beshap or Beshop. See Bishop.

Besilles (Boselles, Besells), Wm., pp. 1533, 1542:g. 1123 (18), 2222 (16 Berks).

Besilsleigh (Besseley), Berks, 438 (3 m. 31).

Beskewode or Beskwode. See Bestwood.

Besseley. See Besilsleigh.

Best, Edward, 2054 (2).
-, -, John, g. 2535 (26).
-, -, Th., p. 1505.

Bestney (Besteney), Th., 438 (3 m. 4).

Beston, Th., 20 (p. 15):g. 94 (47), 3408 (5).

Bestwood (Beskewode) park, Notts, 1803 (2 m. 1):g. 709 (19).

Bestwode, Ralph de, g. 485 (44).

Beswick (Beswike), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 5), 438 (4 m. 5).

Betchworth (Becheworth), Surr., g. 2055 (120).

Betchworth, West- (Westbecheworth), Surr., 438 (2 m. 4).

Beteley. See Beetley.

Beten. See Boton.

Bethom or Bethume. See Beetham.

Bethune (Betton, Betten, Bethon, Betwyn), in Artois, 2208, 2256, 2380, 2392, 2534, 2693, 2995, 3240.
-, -, letter dated at, 2245.
-, -, governor of, 2068, 2256. See Desessyngbard.

Betley (Beteley, Betteley), Staff., 438 (2 m. 20).

Beton or Betoun. See Beaton.

Bette (Bet), Wm., 438 (3 m. 20).

Betton. See Bethune.

Betts (Bettes), Richard, prior of Snape, g. 519 (63).
-, -, Rob., 438 (3 m. 4).
-, - (Bettys), Lewis, g. 1494 (62).
-, - (Beates, Bettys), Th., 438 (3 m. 4):g. 2055 (12).

Betwyn. See Bethune.

Beudeley. See Bewdley.

Beuelham. See Bibleham.

Beuelt. See Builth.

Beule. See Byeul.

Beulewe. See Bewley.

Beures (Bevers), Adolph de Bourgoyne, Sieur de, 1594, 3052.

Beuyle. See Bewley.

Bevan (Bevyn, Deuyn), John, 438 (2 m. 4):g. 804 (52), 1524 (4).

Beveney. See Boveney.

Bever. See Belvoir.

Beverley, Yorks, 438 (2 mm. 20, 24, 27, 30, 32), 438 (3 mm. 8 bis, 13, 18, 212, 31, 34), 438 (4 mm. 7, 10, 13, 15 bis, 22, 25 ter, 27), 1803 (1 m. 4), 1803 (2 mm. 4, 5):g. 1462 (36).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 682 (15).
-, -, bailiff of, 438 (1 m. 17).
-, -, church or chapel of St. Mary, 438 (2 m. 7).
-, -, provostry of, 438 (2 m. 16).
-, -,-, provost of. See Dalby, T.

Beverley (Belle, Bylly), Ralph, 438 (3 m. 3).
-, -, Ric., 438 (1 m. 2).
-, -, Rob., g. 1462 (29).
-, -, Th., 3170:pp. 1518, 1547.

Bevers. See Beures.

Beversham, Th., g. 1662 (37).

Bevill or Bevyle, Agnes (temp. Hen. V.), g. 587 (20).
-, -, John, 438 (4 m. 10):g. 587 (20).
-, - (Bevile, Devyll), Peter, 438 (4 mm. 4, 16):p. 1535:g. 833 (58 iii.), 1494 (9), 2222 (16 Cornw.), 2484 (9), 3408 (4).
-, - (Bewell), Rob., 438 (4 m. 22).
-, -, Wm., 438 (4 m. 10).

Bevington. See Wood Bevington.

Bevirlaw, Th., 1297.

Bevoyse. See Beauvais.

Bewcastle (Bowecastell), Cumb., 827:g. 2684 (86).

Bewdeley, Heref., 438 (2 m. 27).

Bewdesert. See Beau.

Bewdley (Bewedeley, Beaudeley, Beudeley, Budeley), Salop and Worc., 438 (1 mm. 13, 22), 438 (2 m. 24), 438 (3 m. 18), 438 (4 m. 15, 20), 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 381 (60).

Beweley. See Bewley.

Bewell. See Bevyll.

Bewers. See Bures.

Bewley. See Beaulieu.

Bewley (or Buly), Th., petty captain, 2304 (5).
-, - (Beuleywe, Beuley, Bueley, Beuuyle), Wm., pp. 1535, 1541, 1546:g. 381 (15), 804 (29), 833 (45), 1123 (40), 1365 (3).

Bewmares or Bewmarys. See Beaumaris.

Bewmond, Bewmonte or Bewmount. See Beaumont.

Bewsale. See Balsall.

Bewyk, Margaret, widow, p. 1528.
-, -, Rob., draper, 438 (1 m. 2).

Bewzar or Bechear, q.v.

Bex (Beckys, Bekkes, Bekkys), Rob., 438 (1 m. 15).

Bexley, Kent, g. 1948 (7).

Bexley, Richard, abbot of Bayham, 438 (4 m. 10).

Bexlys. See Beccles.

Bexwyke or Bexwyll, Ric., 438 (3 m. 8).

Bey. See Bay; also Beck.

Beycote. See Boycot.

Beynam. See Baynham.

Beynet or Beynnet. See Benet.

Beynham. See Baynham.

Beynton. See Bainton.

Beyrd. See Bird.

Beyston, Ralph, 2346.

Beyton, Wm. , g. 2684 (50).

Bianco, Cavalier. See La Bastie.

Bibbesworth, Th., g. 604 (36).

Bibiena, Bernard Dovisi de, cardinal of St. Mary in Porticu (23 Sept., 1513), 2320n., 2568, 2869, 3173, 3291, 3574.
-, -, Piero de, Papal nuncio to Venice, 1682, 2081, 2104, 2126, 2254 ii., 2307, 2869.
-, -,-, letters to, 541, 2081, 2104, 2126, 2254 ii., 2307, 2444.
-, -,-, his children, 2869.

Bibleham (Beuelham), Suss. [in Mayfield], 438 (2 m. 10).

Bibury, Glouc., 1803 (1 m. 3).

Bicester (Burcestre, Burghchester, Bissetour), Oxon and Bucks, 438 (1 m. 4), 438 (3 m. 26), 438 (4 m. 1).

Bickenhill (Byknell), Warw., pp. 1512, 1515.

Bicker (Bykker, Bykeri, Linc., 438 (4 m. 9):g. 682 (13).

Bickerton (Bekerton), Chesh., g. 2684 (45).

Bickerton (Bykerton), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 22).

Bickington (Bukyngton, Bykynton), Devon, 438 (3 m. 3).

Bickton (Bykton), Hants, 438 (3 m. 3).

Bicluves, in France, letter dated at, 2164.

Biconell (Byconyll), Lady Eliz., widow of Sir John, 438 (4 m. 6).

Bidache (Bedasen) castle, in Navarre, 2006 (p. 907).

Biddenham (Bydenham), Beds, g. 1266 (22).

Biddesden, Wilts, 436:g. 969 (38).

Biddlesden (Buttlesden), Bucks, abbey, 438 (3 m. 20).
-, -,-, abbot. See Berwell, T.

Biddlestone (Bidleston), Heref., 438 (2 m. 4).

Biddulph (Byddell, Bedell, Bedle, Bedyll), Staff., 438 (2 m. 28), 1803 (2 m. 3).

Bideford (Bedeford, Bidford, Bedyford), Devon, 438 (2 m. 11), 438 (4 m. 17):g. 1948 (38).

Bidlake (Bithelake), John, 438 (4 m. 17).

Bidnell, John, p. 1541:g. 357 (21).

Bidoux, Prgent de (Preyer John, Prejan, Pery John, Pregianni, Prior John, Prejam, Prejiam, Pregent), knight of St. John, admiral of the French galleys (Amiral de Lavant), 113, 1422 (p. 651), 1512, 1647, 1709, 1769 ("Prester John"), 1771, 1808, 1825, 1840, 1844, 1878, 2154, 2681, 2854, 2934, 2946, 2959, 3001.
-, -,-, letter from, 1825.

Bidwell, Dionysia, 438 (4 m. 1).
-, - (Bidwill), John, 438 (4 m. 1).

Bierne. See Bearn.

Bierton, Bucks, g. 94 (35 p. 50).
-, -, vicar of, 1803 (2 m 1).

Biflete. See Byfleet.

Bigars (Vigars), Louis de, Sieur de la Londe, 2297.

Bigge, John, groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 438 (4 m. 21):p. 1545:g. 158 (60), 2964 (73).
-, -, Ric., 82:g. 257 (71), 587 (10), 3226 (22).

Bigges (Byggys), Edw., 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, - (Biggis), Ric., 20 (p. 16), 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, -, Wm., 20 (p. 19).

Bigging, Derb. [in Hartington], 438 (4 m. 26 bis).

Biggleswade (Bykylswade, Bykeleswade), Beds, 438 (2 m. 8), 438 (3 m. 5), 438 (4 m. 12).

Bigland, John, g. 2617 (31).

Bignell. See Bucknell.

Bigod (Bygod, Bagod, Bigott, Bygot), Sir Ralph, 438 (4 m. 26):p. 1547 bis:g. 804 (29 iv., v., ix., x), 833 (45 iii., 50 iv.), 1365 (3), 2222 (16 Yorks), 2861 (28).

Bigods (Bygoddys), Herts, 438 (1 m. 22).

Bigott. See Bygod.

Bigrave. See Bygrave.

Biker, Ralph, 1262 (p. 578).

Bikley [co. Monmouth ?], g. 604 (18).

Bilbao (Bilbo, Bylbawo, Bebow), in Spain, 1441, 1459, 1495 ii., 1575 (p. 723), 1694.

Bilby, Notts, 438 (2 m. 6).

Bildeston (Bilston), Suff., 438 (2 m. 29), 438 (3 mm. 3, 4), 1803 (2 m. 2).

Bileigh abbey. See Beeleigh.

Billar. See Beller.

Billard, Blaise, gunner, 20 (p. 14), 311:g. 289 (42), 519 (9).

Billericay (Belerikkey), Essex, 2671.

Billesley, Warw., 438 (2 m. 11).

Billesby. See also Bilsby.

Billesdon, John, p. 1502.

Billessey. See Bilsby.

Billett (Byllete), Peter, 438 (2 m. 33).

Billing, Ntht., g. 257 (32).

Billing, Great- (Mochebilling), Ntht., g. 804 (11), 2330 (4).
-, -, rector presented, g. 1524 (13), 1602 (39).

Billing Parva, Ntht., 438 (4 m. 5).

Billingborough, Linc., g. 2330 (4).

Billingford (Bellyngforth), Norf., 438 (4 m. 11).

Billingford, Th., g. 833 (58 i.).

Billinghay (Byllyngeye), Linc., g. 1836 (11).

Billinghurst (Byllyngesburth), Suss., 1803 (2 m. 5).

Billington (Belyngdon, Byllyndon), Joan, daughter of John, 438 (1 m. 26).
-, -, John, 438 (4 m. 9).

Billockby (Byllokby), Norf., 438 (2 m. 33).

Bills and billheads, 1004 (4), 1189. See also Ordnance.

Bilsby (Byllesby, Bellesbi, Billesbi), Linc., 438 (2 m. 6), 438 (3 m. 14):g. 804 (49).

Bilsby (Billesby, Byllysby, Billessey, Bilesby, Bellisby), Andrew, or Sir Andrew, 438 (2 m. 6):App. 26:p. 1540:g. 804 (13, 49), 969 (52), 1171 (3), 1494 (9), 2484 (9), 3582 (14).

Bilston. See Bildeston.

Bilth. See Builth.

Bilton, co. City of York, 438 (2 m. 15).

Binamy (Benemyd, Benamye), Cornw., 438 (2 mm. 16, 20).

Binasco (Parascho), in Italy, 1277 (p. 586).

Binfield (Benfeld), Berks, 438 (3 m. 24).

Bingham, John, customer at the Lanterngate of Calais, 193 (pp. 98100), 1921:g. 1083 (6).

Bingley, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 23), 438 (4 mm. 7, 13, 15).
-, -, Reddysdyn, 3030.

Bingwood, Bingewood or Bringwood (Brungewodde), chace, Heref., g. 1494 (34).

Binham, Norf., priory, 438 (3 m. 24).

Binis, Thomas de, clk., pp. 15278.

Binning (Benham), in Scotland, p. 1530.

Birch Magna, Essex, 1803 (2 m. 2).

Birch Parva, Essex, 438 (2 m. 6).

Bircham, Norf., 438 (4 m. 24):g. 94 (35 p. 50).

Birche, Rob., clk., 438 (2 m. 33).
-, - (Burche), Wm., 3554.

Birches. See Birkes.

Birchinshaw (Byrchyshaw), John, abbot of Chester, 308, 438 (4 m. 18).

Bird or Birde, Anabella, g. 2772 (57).
-, - (Bryd), Edward, 438 (3 m. 18).
-, - (Beyrd, Birde), Geoffrey, 438 (1 m. 7).
-, - (Burde, Byrde), John, 438 (1 m. 13), 438 (4 m. 12), 2480 (67):p. 1548:g. 132 (82), 3226 (7).
-, -, Rob., 1414:g. 1123 (17).
-, -, Wm., g. 2772 (57).
-, -, Wm., clk., 438 (4 m. 19).
-, - (Birdde), Wm., prior of Bath, 438 (3 m. 11).
-, -, Wm., purser, 3148.

Birdforth (Brudeforth), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 15).

Birdhurst, Wilts, g. 2684 (1).

Birdwood, John, purser, 2305 iii.

Birfeld. See Burghfield.

Birkenhead (Brykenhed, Brykheved), Ralph, 2651:g. 11 (10).

Birkes (Brikkes, Birches), Th., clerk of the Green Cloth, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 39), 438 (2 m. 21), 1531, 2540, 2833, 3048, 3144:pp. 15058:g. 2617 (31), 2772 (41).
-, -,-, his account, 1531.

Birkhead, Edmund, bp. of St. Asaph, pp. 1060, 2480 (22).
-, -,-, letter from, 2480 (22).
-, - (Brikhed), Ralph, 1493 ii.
-, - (Birkhed), Ric., g. 2137 (23).

Birkin (Berkyn), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 5), 438 (3 m. 10).

Birkmer close, Cumb., g. 1948 (60).

Birle, John, g. 1123 (17).
-, -, Rob., g. 2684 (79).

Birley, Th., clk., g. 709 (56).

Birling (Burlyng), Kent, 438 (1 mm. 6, 23), 438 (2 m. 12), 438 (3 mm. 1, 27), 438 (4 mm. 2, 26).
-, -, grant dated at, g. 1732 (36).

Birling, Suss. See Berling.

Birmingham (Byrmyncham, Brymmyngham), Warw., 438 (3 m. 18), 438 (4 mm. 22, 24), 1004 (4):pp. 1512, 1515.

Birnaund. See Burnand.

Biron. See Byron.

Birr, Wm., g. 2772 (57).

Birt, Alex., 438 (2 m. 8).
-, - (Birtte), John, 438 (2 m. 8):g. 2055 (3).
-, -, Ric., g. 1494 (40).
-, - (Byrt), Simon, g. 2055 (3).

Birton, Ric., 20 (p. 14).

Birtford. See Britford.

Birtport. See Bridport.

Birt's Morton (Morton Birt), Worc., g. 833 (71).

Biscay (Bysquey, Byskey, Viscadia) and Cantabria, in Spain, 1239, 1305, 1495 (1 i., v., 3), 151112, 1564, 1580, 2006 (p. 908), 2008, 2059:p. 1506.
-, -, county of, 3476.

Biscuit, 1416. See also Commissions (purveyance), Naval Expenses, &c.

Bisfa ..., Turkish admiral, 1765.

Bisham (Bustelsham), Berks, priory, confirmation for, g. 546 (12).

Bishop (Bysshoppe, Bysshap, Beshap, Beshop, Boshap), John, 438 (1 m. 22), 438 (4 mm. 12, 27).
-, -, Rob., 438 (1 m. 26):g. 833 (59), 1494 (57).
-, - (Byschope), Rob., servant to Sir Ric. Wingfield, 1887, 2643, 27767, 3457:pp. 15167.

Bishop Burton, Yorks, 438 (3 m. 21).

Bishopdale, Yorks, g. 1462 (29).

Bishopric, the. See Durham.

Bishopsbourne, Kent, 438 (1 m. 21).

Bishopsden (Bysshoppynden, Byssynden), Matthew, 438 (2 m. 30).

Bishop's Norton. See Norton.

Bishop's Nympton (Nymet Episcopi), Devon, 438 (4 m. 7).

Bishop Stone, in Stone, Bucks, 438 (3 m. 27):g. 632 (72).

Bishport (Bisshopworth), Soms. [in Bedminster], 438 (2 mm. 12, 16).

Bisley (Bislegh, Bisleche), Glouc., 1803 (2 m. 2):g. 94 (35).

Bisley (Byssey), hundred, Glouc., g. 448 (8).

Bisley (Bystley), Surr., rector presented, g. 158 (82).

Bisley, Wm., 1493 ii.:g. 2137 (25), 3582 (15).

Bisset (Byset), Manasser (temp. Hen. II.), g. 2964 (67).

Bissetour. See Bicester.

Biston, John, canon of Glasgow, p. 1524.

Bitburg (Bitberg), on the Luxemburg frontier, letter dated at, 2103.

Bithelake. See Bidlake.

Bithynia, in Asia Minor, 766.

Bitonto, Marquis of, prisoner in France, 1916.

Bitton (Bucton, Bukton), Glouc., 1803 (1 m. 6).

Bixton (Bykkerston), Norf. [in Burnham Broom], g. 2617 (37).

Blaby, Leic., g. 2772 (58).

Blacadur. See Blackadder.

Blachall. See Blakhall.

Blackadder (Blakater, Blacater), laird of, slain at Flodden, 2313n., 2913.

Blackadder (Blacader), James, canon of Glasgow, p. 1524.
-, - (Blacadur), Robert, 153.

Blackbourn (Blakborn) hundred, Suff., g. 2861 (25).

Blackburgh (Blakeburgh) nunnery, Norf. [in Middleton], 438 (2 m. 33).
-, -, prioress. See Fincham, M.

Black Deeps (Blake Depis), the [in Thames Mouth], 2305, 2865:p. 1499.

Blacker (Blakker), Th., 438 (1 m. 13).

Black Friars or Friars Preachers, Chapter provincial of, confirmation for, g. 447 (16).

Blackheath (Blakkeheth, Blakeheth), Kent, 2929.
-, -, Cornish rebels at, 438 (2 m. 8):g. 519 (43).
-, -, muster at, 1453 iv.

Black Mere (Blakmere), Salop, 438 (4 m. 8).

Blackmore (Blakamore, Blakmore) park, Worc., g. 94 (47), 1524 (47), 3408 (5).

Blackmoor (Blakamore), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 15), 438 (3 m. 19).

Blackness, in Scotland, 1504.

Blacksmiths, g. 1494 (21a).

Blackwall (Blakwall), Derb., 1803 (1 m. 2).

Blackwall (Blakwall), Agnes, widow of Richard, 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, -, Robert, of the Exchequer, 704.
-, - (Blakwall), Wm., rector of Stevenage, 1803 (1 m. 2).

Blacnall. See Blaknall.

Bladbourne, Humphrey, p. 1535.

Bladel, Arent de, 484.

Bladesmith, 438 (3 m. 26).

Bladon, Oxon, rector presented, g. 289 (14), 731 (56).

Blagdon (Blaccadon, Blakedown), Devon [in Paignton], 438 (3 m. 2):g. 1083 (2).

Blagge, Barnaby, son of Robert, g. 2964 (65).
-, -, Robert, of the Exchequer, 213:pp. 153940:g. 289 (3), 804 (42), 924 (36), 1316 (7, 22, 31), 1462 (5), 1524 (18), 1836 (30), 1948 (63), 2684 (6, 53), 2964 (65), 3049 (29), 3107 (39), 3499 (16, 29).
-, -,-, signature of, 213.

Blair, Alex., provost of Perth, 2461.

Blak, John, trumpet marriage gift to, 1025.

Blakamore. See Blackmoor; also Blackmore.

Blake, Francis, footman of Katharine of Aragon, 20 (p. 15).
-, -, John, ship master, 2305 (p. 1035), 2789, 2842 iv.
-, - (Blaake), Rob., 438 (4 m. 24).
-, -, Th., 438 (4 m. 10).
-, -, Wm., 1803 (1 m. 1):g. 2861 (10).

Blakeburgh. See Blackburgh.

Blakeburne, Henry, clk., p. 1523.

Blakedon, in Widecombe, Devon, 438 (1 m. 17).

Blakedown. See Blagdon.

Blakemore (Blakamore), Dors. [in Bridport and Whitchurch], g. 1804 (11).
-, -, Hermitage chapel, g. 969 (27).

Blakemore priory, Essex, 1803 (1 m. 4).

Blakemore, Henry, abbot of Lesness, 438 (4 m. 21):g. 1732 (30).

Blakenall, Ric., g. 1221 (33).
-, -, Rob., g. 1221 (33).
-, -, Wm., g. 1221 (33).

Blakeney (Blakney) Haven, Norf., 1262 (p. 578).

Blakeney, John, g. 546 (74).

Blaket, Chr., 438 (4 m. 4).

Blakewale. See under London.

Blakewall, Wm. See Blaknall.

Blakewell, Warw., g. 632 (7).

Blakhall (Blachall, Blakcall), Ric., 438 (2 m. 28).

Blakker. See Blacker.

Blaknall (Blacnall, Blakewall), Wm., clerk of the Ordnance, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707 (p. 383), 1450 (p. 661), 2651.

Blakwell, Ric., 20 (p. 17).

Blamyer, John, rector of Abberley, g. 3582 (5).

Blancharde, Wm., 438 (2 m. 14).

Blanchefort, Gui de, Grand Master of Rhodes (elected 1513, died 24 Nov., 1513), 12634, 1604, 1720, 1765, 2225, 2511.
-, -, -, letter from, 1765.
-, -, -, letters to, 12634, 1720.

Bland, Edward, 438 (3 m. 4).
-, -, Th., 1803 (2 m. 4).

Blandford (Blanford), Dors., 438 (2 m. 32).

Blandford, Long. See Langton.

Blangango. See Blencogo.

Blangy, near Terouenne, 2170.

Blank (Banke), John, trumpet, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 43).

Blankenberghe (Blankynborne), in Zealand, 2478 (2).

Blankney (Blankeney), Linc., 438 (3 m. 13):g. 158 (17), 1316 (4), 2772 (11).

Blarer, Allbright, captain of Germans, 2220.

Blaston (Blayston), Leic., g. 289 (13).

Blatchington, Suss., 438 (1 m. 20).

Blatherwick (Bletherwyk), Ntht., 438 (3 m. 19).

Blaunkeney. See Blankney.

Blawetwood. See Blaytwood.

Blays. See Blois.

Blayston. See Blaston.

Blaytwood (Blawetwood), in Scotland, p. 1260.

Bleasby (Blesby), Linc., 438 (1 m. 12):g. 2535 (25).

Bleasby (Blysby), John, 438 (1 m. 12).
-, - (Blysby), Th., 438 (1 m. 12).
-, - (Blesby, Blysby), Wm., 438 (1 m. 12):g. 2535 (25).

Blebure. See Blythburgh.

Bleccheley. See Bletchley.

Blech. See Bletch.

Blecsall. See Bletsoe.

Blemeller. See Plainmeller.

Blencogo (Blangango), Cumb., 438 (3 m. 32), 1803 (1 m. 6):g. 709 (14), 1948 (31).

Blencow (Blynkowe), Cumb., 438 (3 m. 30).

Blenerhasset (Bleneresset), Anne, prioress of Campsey, 438 (4 m. 11).
-, - (Blenerhaysett), John, g. 784 (22), 1170 (8).
-, - (Blenerheyset), Th., 1803 (1 m. 2):g. 257 (29), 784 (22), 857 (7).

Blenkinsop (Blynkyngsope), Gerard, g. 1662 (43).
-, - (Blenkensop), Th., p. 1546:g. 1662 (9).

Blesby. See Bleasby.

Blescall. See Bletsoe.

Bleseby, Salop, 438 (3 m. 16).

Bletchingley (Blechynglyethe, Blechynglie, Blechynglee, Blechyngleigh), Surr., 438 (2 m. 30), 1803 (2 m. 5).
-, -, rector of, 1803 (2 m. 2).

Bletchley (Blecheley, Bleccheley), Bucks, 438 (3 m. 32):g. 11 (10).

Bletherwyk. See Blatherwick.

Bletsoe (Bletneso, Blescall), Beds., 438 (3 m. 6), 1803 (2 m. 2).

Blewbery, Berks, 438 (4 m. 3).

Blewbery (Blubery, Blewbere), John, yeoman of the Armoury, 1698 (p. 778), 1717, 1920 (3), 1935, 1981, 2167, 2482, 2738, 2810, 2968 (5), 2970:pp. 14967, 15012, 1513:g. 11 (10), 289 (35).
-, -, -, signature of, 1717.

Blewet. See Bluet.

Blewmantell pursuivant. See Dyes, F.; also Lago, R.

Bliburgh. See Blyborough.

Blickling (Bliklyng), Kent, g. 1732 (12).

Blickling (Blikling), Norf., 438 (3 m. 7).

Blind Dick, the King's harper, 975, 2575 ii., 3436.

Blind poet, the. See Andreas, B.

Blinsoeld. See Wingfield.

Blisland (Bliston), Cornw., g. 381 (48).

Bliston. See Blisland.

Blisworth, Ntht., 438 (3 m. 30):g. 1221 (8), 2617 (19).

Blithe. See Blyth.

Blithefield (Blyffeld), Staff., 438 (3 m. 34).

Bliton. See Blyton.

Blockfield (Blokfeld), Surr. [in Lingfield], g. 632 (26), 969 (23).

Blockley (Broclei), Worc., vicar of, p. 1521.

Blofield, Norf., 438 (3 m. 33), 438 (4 m. 2).

Blois (Blays), in France, 268, 274, 734, 850, 12645, 1309, 1334, 1375, 1469, 1566 (p. 719), 1594, 1601, 1628, 1665 (p. 763), 1668, 1676, 1736, 1747, 1751, 1760, 1791, 1854, 1878, 1911, 1919, 1937, 1999 (3), 2014, 2470, 2570, 2681.
-, -, letters and deeds dated at, 113, 266, 333, 363, 367, 522, 526, 5356, 565, 614, 636, 645, 649, 868, 942, 983, 1000, 1055, 1064, 1075, 1087, 1090, 1113, 1127, 1131, 1138, 1141, 1146, 1148, 1157, 1163, 1228, 1243, 1273, 1311 iii., 1328, 1611, 1635, 1647, 1695, 1703, 1754, 1787, 1938, 1959, 2486, 2561, 2586, 2666, 2703, 3178:App. 10, 11.
-, -, treaty of, 942, 1146.
-, -, abbey of, 1647.
-, -, Bourg Neuf, 1263.
-, -, -, letter dated at, 1765.

Blokfelde. See Blockfield.

Blokley, John, 45.

Blomsteis manor, Essex, g. 289 (12).

Blont. See Blount.

Blore, Staff., g. 218 (59), 381 (108 "Blore, Suff.").

Blount, , 579 (3).
-, -, Alice, wife of Richard, g. 1462 (31).
-, -, Anne, d. of Sir Wm., 1803 (2 m. 1).
-, -, Sir Edward, 1803 (2 m. 2):g. 357 (42), 1083 (4).
-, -, Edward, 2392.
-, -, Edward, Lord Mountjoy ( 1475), 438 (2 m. 16).
-, -, Elizabeth, 3387 (p. 1423).
-, -, Eliz., wife of Sir Andrew Windsor, sister of Edward, lord Mountjoy, 438 (2 m. 16).
-, -, Humphrey, g. 2535 (8).
-, - (Blont, Blunt), John, 20 (p. 15), 438 (4 m. 11), 1262 (p. 578), 1493 ii., 2392, 2480 (31):p. 1544:g. 969 (47), 2222 (16 Staff.).
-, - (Plownt), Margaret, d. and h. of (blank), 438 (3 m. 8).
-, - (Blownt, Blunt), Ric., gentleman usher, 20 (p. 16), 193 (p. 103):g. 1462 (31), 3049 (8).
-, -, -, as master of horse to the French Queen, 698, 3294, 3320, 3348 (3), 3357.
-, -, -, signature, 698.
-, -, Rob., sewer of the Chamber, 20 (p. 14).
-, -, Thomas or Sir Thomas, knighted at Tournay, 438 (2 m. 21), 1176 iii., 1803 (2 m. 2), 2392, 2537:App. 26:p. 15434:g. 257 (49), 2617 (10).
-, -, Th., clerk to lord Mountjoy, 2326.
-, -, William, father of Edward, lord Mountjoy, 438 (2 m. 16).
-, -, William, lord Mountjoy, q.v.
-, - (Blyunt, Blont), Wm., 438 (3 m. 16).

Blountesdon. See Blunsdon.

Blounts Court, Oxon, 438 (1 m. 4).

Blownt. See Blount.

Blowse, Ric., g. 731 (37).

Bloxwich (Bloyscwych), Staff., 438 (3 m. 18).

Bloxwich, John, g. 1123 (11).

Bloyscwych. See Bloxwich.

Blubery. See Blewbery.

Bluemantle (Blewmantill, Blewmantell), pursuivant, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 1241 (p. 573), 2027, 3457:g. 158 (35), 731 (34). See Dees, F.; also Lago, R.

Bluet, Nic., s. and h. of Walter, g. 587 (20).
-, - (Blewet), Ric., p. 1543.

Blundell (Blondell, Bloundell), George, g. 833 (71).

Blunsdon (Blountesdon), Wilts, 438 (1 m. 6).

Blyaunt, John, g. 651 (10), 731 (14), 1316 (26).

Blyborough (Blyburgh), Linc., 520:g. 132 (70), 546 (27), 632 (64).

Blynkowe. See Blencow.

Blynkyngsope. See Blenkinsop.

Blysby. See Bleasby.

Blyth (Blithe), Notts, 438 (1 m. 11).
-, -, vicar of, 438 (1 m. 15).

Blythburgh (Bliburgh, Blebure), Suff., priory, 438 (2 m. 32):g. 3408 (30).
-, -, -, prior. See Park, R.

Blythe, Notts, I. 438 (4 m. 20).

Blythe, Geoffrey, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield ("bishop of Chester"), 20 (p. 12), 205, 308, 438 (2 m. 24), 963, 1046, 1176 (3), 1642, 1661 (4), 2019, 3464:pp. 1532, 15378, 15423, 15456:g. 448 (4), 833 (5), 1316 (9), 2055 (42).
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 381 (71).
-, - (Blyeth), James, clk., p. 1530.
-, -, John, clk., g. 448 (4).
-, -, Th., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707 (p. 383).

Blythyng hundred, Suff., g. 546 (70).

Blyton, Linc., vicar of, 438 (2 m. 10).

Blyton (Bliton), Wm., 438 (1 m. 22).

Blyunt. See Blount.

Boachym. See Bochym.

Boarstall (Borstall), Bucks, 438 (3 m. 8).

Bobbing (Bobyng), Kent, 438 (1 mm. 8, 22 bis), 438 (3 m. 11), 438 (4 m. 2).
-, -, grant dated at, g. 3324 (42).

Bobbington (Bobyngton), Staff., 438 (2 m. 16), 438 (3 m. 19), 1803 (2 m. 4).

Bobbingworth (Bodyngworth, Bobyngworth), Essex, tenements in (named), g. 289 (16).

Bobyng. See Bobbing.

Bochar or Bocher. See Bourchier.

Bocheston (Bocherdeston), Leic., g. 1123 (58).

Bochether. See Bourchier.

Bochier, Ant., 406. See Fcamp, abbot of.

Bochym (Boachym) Cornw. [in Cury], 1803 (1 m. 2).

Bockard. See Bouquehault.

Bockhampton (Bokampton), Berks, 2537.

Bocking, Essex, rector of, p. 1529.

Bockum, Alem, captain of mercenaries, 2835.

Boconnok, Cornw., 676.

Boddington (Bodyngton) Superior, Ntht., g. 1494 (28).

Bodehampton. See Bedhampton.

Bodeley. See Bodley.

Bodenham, James, 438 (3 m. 17).
-, -, Joan, 438 (3 m. 17).
-, - (Bodman), Roger, 438 (1 m. 17):p. 1538:g. 1494 (4).
-, - (Bodynham), Roger, clk., 1803 (2 m. 4).
-, -, Th., s. and h. of Roger, g. 3499 (43).

Bodford. See Dodford.

Bodham, Wm., 1803 (2 m. 6).

Bodinneck (Bodennek), Cornw., 438 (2 m. 18).

Bodkin (Bawdekyn, Baudekyn, Badkyn), Rob., 1803 (1 m. 4).

Bodley, James, g. 2772 (57).
-, -, Joan, g. 2772 (57).
-, - (Bodeley), Th., g. 833 (16), 1732 (4), 2772 (57).
-, -, Wm., p. 1548.

Bodmin (Bodman, Bedmynge), Cornw., 438 (2 mm. 8, 34), 438 (4 mm. 7, 10).
-, -, priory, 438 (4 m. 16).
-, -, -, prior. See Vivian, T.
-, -, vicar of St. Petroc's, p. 1529.

Bodon, Ric., justice of assizes, g. 132 (2, 48), 381 (39), 546 (47), 709 (34).

Bodrigan (Bodryngan, Botryngon), Sir Henry, attainted, g. 709 (14), 1948 (31), 2137 (18), 3582 (31).

Bodwelian, co. Caern., 438 (1 m. 19).

Body, John, 728 (2).
-, -, John, rector of Halstow, g. 1415 (1).

Bodyham (Bodyam), John, 438 (1 m. 22).

Bodyngton, Ntht. See Boddington.

Bodyngton, Nthld., 438 (3 m. 8).

Bodyngworth. See Bobbingworth.

Boer. See Bowyer.

Boerio, John Baptist (see also Baptista), 28478:g. 132 (102).
-, -, -, letter to, 1477.

Boeth. See Booth.

Bofet, John alias Eambeth, 438 (4 m. 26).

Bogas (Bogays, Boggas), Wm., 438 (3 m. 12).

Bogg (Bog, Boge, Bogge), Th., 438 (3 m. 14).

Boghan castle. See Bouchain.

Bognell, Derb., 438 (3 m. 3).

Bogony. See Balgony.

Bogra (Baggraye), in Scotland, p. 1260.

Boham. See Bohun.

Bohemia, 724, 2572, 3218.
-, -, king of. See Ladislaus.

Boher. See Boyer.

Bohier. See Boyer.

Bohun, Humphrey de, Earl of Hereford and Essex, charter of, g. 546 (15).
-, - (Boham), Mary, d. of John, of Midhurst, 438 (2 m. 7).

Boif, Mons. de, 1301 (p. 598).

Boill. See Bull.

Bois le Duc (Bulduke, Harthaumbusse, Hartevanbusse, Busse, Voosdouc), in Brabant, 325 (p. 147), 438 (1 m. 25), 1529, 2809, 2856:g. 546 (6).
-, -, letter dated at, 906.

Boissy, Sieur de. See Gouffier, A.

Boitte, Magnus, a Scot, 1262 (p. 578).

Bojya, in Barbary, city and realm of, 345 (pp. 15960).

Bokhampton. See Bockhampton.

Bokelman, Hermann, merchant of the Hanse, 438 (2 m. 33).

Bokelond. See Buckland.

Bokenham. See Buckenham.

Bokensfeld, Bucks. See Beaconsfield.

Boker (Bokker, Bulker), Wm., purser, 3148:pp. 14979, 15002.

Bokerygge. See Puckridge.

Bokfast. See Buckfast.

Bokynham. See Buckingham.

Bolan. See Boldyn.

Bolay, Mr., 2765.

Bolayn. See Boulogne.

Bold, Staff., 438 (4 m. 15).

Bold (Bulde), Henry, 438 (3 m. 21).
-, -, Sir Nic., 309.
-, -, Sir Ric., 20 (p. 16).
-, - (Boold), Roger, mayor of Northampton, g. 1662 (47).

Boldon (Balden), Dham., 438 (2 m. 13).

Boldyn or Bolan, Wm., 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40).

Bole. See Bull.

Bolebec (Bulbeke), Viscount, 438 (3 m. 1), 1905.

Boleyn, Alan, g. 804 (20).
-, - (Bolen), Sir Edward, 2480 (49).
-, - (Bolen), Dame Elizabeth, wife of Sir Thomas, 82 (pp. 38, 41), 1549:g. 1415 (4).
-, -, George. See Poulayn.
-, - (Bulleyn, Bullen), James, p. 1541:g. 833 (58 i.), 3107 (24).
-, -, Mistress, attendant on the French Queen, 3348 (3), 3357.
-, - (Bolan, Bolen, Bolayn, Bulleyn, de Boulan), Thomas or Sir Thomas, esquire for the Body, keeper of the Foreign Exchange and the Exchange at Calais, letters from, 1213, 1226, 1229, 1258, 1279, 1285, 12889, 1293, 1303, 1306, 1308, 1322, 1333, 1335, 1338, 1343, 1350, 1353, 1357, 1362, 1370, 1378, 1384, 1389, 1394, 1399, 1404, 1421, 1430, 1434, 1436, 1448, 1456, 1468, 1476, 1481, 1485, 1764, 1871.
-, - -, letter to, 1492.
-, - -, signature, 698.
-, -, -, knighted, 81.
-, -, -, other references, 20 (p. 13), 81, 438 (3 m. 7), 698, 707, 1196, 1241, 1245, 12523, 1437, 1470, 1493, 1554, 1566, 1587, 1666, 1745, 1750, 1841, 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5), 2375, 2480 (49):pp. 1539, 1541, 1544:App. 9:g. 132 (92), 257 (40, 49), 632 (26), 709 (19), 833 (14, 60), 969 (23), 1083 (26), 1221 (27), 1415 (3, 4), 1524 (5, 39), 1602 (12), 1662 (26), 1732 (12), 1804 (57), 2055 (132), 2964 (63).
-, - (Bullen, Bulleyn), Th., of Lynn, 438 (4 m. 12).
-, -, Sir Wm., 438 (3 m. 7).

Bolingbroke (Bullyngbroke), Linc., 438 (2 m. 30), 438 (3 m. 14), 438 (4 m. 23).

Boll or Bolle. See Bull.

Bolles (Bollys), John, 1493 ii.
-, - (Boles, Boules, Boylles, Belles), Ric., 438 (4 m. 5):p. 1539:g. 519 (2), 969 (52).

Bolling (Bollyngis), Wm., 3rd baron of Exchequer, 82 (p. 39):p. 1538:g. 11 (7), 158 (57).

Bollyngeham. See Bellingham.

Bollynghall. See Bowlinghall.

Bolman, Rob., clerk of the Privy Seal, 20 (p. 18).

Bolnes, Rob., 438 (3 m. 25).
-, -, Th., p. 1549.

Bolney, Edward, 438 (3 m. 29).

Bologna, cardinal of. See Alidosi.

Bologna (Bonany, Bonanye), 649, 674, 714, 753, 773, 7767, 77980, 793, 794n., 812 ii., 816, 829, 854, 858, 943, 952, 964, 977, 996, 1007, 1014, 1020, 1065, 1071 (p. 518), 1100, 1102, 1104, 1127, 1204, 1224, 1277 (pp. 5867), 1301 (pp. 595, 597), 1670, 1676, 1787, 2006 (p. 908), 3139, 3599:p. 1514:g. 969 (29, 40), 1524 (25, 39).
-, -, letters dated at, 317, 668, 747, 756, 75960, 996, 3557.
-, -, merchants of, g. 132 (91), 357 (13), 1415 (10), 3324 (31).
-, -, Papal captain of, 829.
-, -, Papal legate of. See Pavia, card. of.
-, -, St. Stephen's monastery, p. 1531.

Bolsover (Bullesover, Bollessover), Derb., g. 751 (3), 833 (55), 2684 (1).

Bolstrode. See Bulstrode.

Bolt, John, 2799 (5).
-, - (Bolte), Rob., 438 (2 m. 32), 1572, 1920 (13):pp. 1506, 1513:g. 2535 (25).
-, - (Bolte), Wm., 1803 (2 m. 1):g. 784 (27), 3049 (26).

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

Bolte. See Bolt.

Bolton near Alnwick (Bolton in Glendayll), Nthld., 2246 (4).

Bolton next Bowland, Yorks, 438 (4 mm. 2, 13).

Bolton in Chanom, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 5).

Bolton in Craven, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 5), 438 (3 m. 28), 438 (4 m. 14).
-, - priory, 438 (2 m. 13):p. 1530.
-, -, -, prior. See Otteley, T.

Bolton upon Dearn, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 6).

Bolton, Lord. See Scrope.

Bolton, Anne, widow of William, 438 (3 m. 20).
-, -, John, 20 (p. 16).
-, -, John, canon of Bolton in Craven, p. 1530.
-, -, Th., 2970.
-, -, Wm., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 39), 438 (2 m. 33), 707 (p. 383):g. 158 (38), 1494 (7).
-, - (Boltun), William, prior of St. Bartholomew's, 1, 438 (4 m. 21), 3162, 3307, 3363, 3410:pp. 1506, 1511.

Bolum, Gilbert and Alma de (temp. Henry III. ?), g. 632 (82).

Bolyngham. See Bellingham.

Bolyngton. See Bullington.

Bolyngton, Rob., g. 804 (11).

Bolzano (Bolzanne, or Bozen), in the Tyrol, letter dated at, 276.

Bombasius, Paul, 848, 996.
-, -, -, letter from, 996.

Bommel (Bumbill), in the Netherlands, 1101, 2038.

Bomye, near Terouenne. See Guinegate and Bomye.

Bona (Bonoc), in Scotland, rector of, p. 1523.

Bonany. See Bologna.

Bonar or Boner, David, purser, 2305 ii., iii., 3137 (6, 7), 3148:pp. 1498, 15001, 1503.

Bonaventure, Friar. See Langley.

Bonby, Linc., 438 (4 m. 23).

Boncantus, Jo. Bapt., 949.

Bond or Bonde, Mr., 2807.
-, - (Bownde), John, 438 (3 m. 27), 438 (4 m. 23), 853:g. 1948 (25), 2055 (99).
-, -, Nic., 1493.
-, -, Nic., rector of North Lew, g. 2055 (84).
-, -, Th., 438 (2 m. 29).
-, - (Bound), Wm., 20 (pp. 16, 18), 82 (p. 40), 3012, 3060, 3262:pp. 15068.

Bondegate, Westmld., g. 833 (41).

Bondgedworth. See Bonjedward.

Bones. See Baines; also Bowness.

Bonet (Bonnet), Esquire, of Flanders, sent to England (1509), to France (1513), 325 (2), 355, 1895, 1937 (?), 3153, 3174.

Boney, Notts, g. 381 (16).

Boney, Yorks. See Bunny.

Boneythen. See Bonythan.

Bonfise or Bonfitz. See Bonvisi.

Bonham [in Wishford], Wilts, 438 (2 m. 13).

Bonham, John, 2292.
-, -, Katharine, 438 (2 m. 33).
-, -, Th., 438 (2 m. 33), 2505:p. 1536:g. 94 (8), 1462 (14).
-, -, Wm., 438 (2 m. 13):g. 3499 (12).
-, - (Boneham), Wm., ship captain, 2686, 2842 ii., 2938:p. 1518.

Bonjedward (Bondgedworth), laird of, 2443.

Bonnet. See Bonet.

Bonneval (Bona Valla), Mons. de, 1359, 1647 (p. 743).

Bonnivet (Bonyvet), Guillaume Gouffier sieur de, 3348, 3461.

Bonny, Ric., 1493 ii.

Bonoc. See Bona.

Bonon. See Boulogne.

Bononiensium, domus. See Boulogne, Countesses of.

Bononpeverell. See Boulogne, &c.

Bonony. See Bologna.

Bon Repos, the capdet de, 470.

Bonsall (Bunsall, Bensall), Derb., 438 (1 m. 25).

Bonson, Peter, a Norman, g. 1415 (20).

Bonsons, , a French merchant, 2083 (2).

Bont, Doctor, of Cambridge, 2417 ii.

Bontemps (Buntanes, Bountaunce), , minstrel, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 43).
-, -, Jean, sieur de Salans, q.v.

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

Bonvisi (Bonivisi, Bonevyse), the banking house, 17, 1882, 2278.

Bonvisi (Bonevixi, Bonvixi), Ant., of Lucca, p. 1503:g. 1836 (23), 2861 (19).
-, - (Bonevixi, Bonvyzo), Jerome, apostolic notary ("Abbatis"), 9, 100, 111, 165, 354, 793, 812 ii., 829.
-, -, -, letters from, 9, 793.
-, - (Bonvice, Bonvixi, Bonvize, Bonvise), Laurence, 85, 354, 438 (3 m. 25 bis), 1463 iv., 2644:p. 1506:g. 357 (20), 731 (52), 2055 (5 ii., 1012).
-, -, -, arrest of, 85.
-, - (Bonvyse, Bonfise, Bonfitz, Bonvixi), Nic. de Paulo (or "quondam Paule"), 438 (1 m. 1):p. 1503:g. 749 (3), 2861 (19).
-, - (Bonvixi), Paul, g. 2861 (19).

Bon Vouloir, 671. See Devon, Wm. earl of.

Bonvyle, Henry, g. 682 (21).

Bonway (Bonewey), John, 438 (2 m. 20).

Bonyngton, Rob., g. 519 (49).

Bonythan (Boneythen, Boneithon, Beneython), Ric., 438 (4 mm. 4, 16).
-, - (Boneythen), Wm., purser, 2807, 3137 (6), 3513:p. 1507.

Bonyvette. See Bonnivet.

Booell. See Boyle.

Books:
-, heretical, 3507.
-, a list, 492 ii.
-, Aldine editions, 745.
-, Bapt. Mantuanus, Laurentius Valla, Isidorus, Politian, An. Macinellus and Mamotrectus, 2191.
-, Cicero, 1166.
-, De Auctoritate, by the Council of Pisa, 1082.
-, De Pueris educandis, of Maffeo Vegio, 2433.
-, Erasmus's Adagia (or Copia), 51, 920, 952, 968, 1122, 1166, 1552, 2088, 3063.
-, - Mori Encomium, 790.
-, - New Testament, 1547, 2088, 2424, 2818, 3063.
-, - Proverbs, 2519.
-, -, St. Jerome, 958, 972, 2088, 2223, 2458, 2818, 3063.
-, - Enchiridion, 3063.
-, - St. Paul, 3063.
-, German prognostication, 2572.
-, Grammars of Chrysoloras and Theodorus, 905.
-, History of Peter's Pence, by Griffo, 1235.
-, Icaromenippus, 961, 973. of John Ive, 752.
-, Officium Chrysostomi, 863.
-, La Valeriana, 650.
-, Lucian's dialogues, 1167.
-, Lucianus de Astrologia, 1477.
-, Plutarch, 1550.
-, Plutarch's De discernendo adulatorem ab amico, 21334, 2223, 2457.
-, - De Utilitate capienda, 2558, 3064.
-, - De tuenda bona Valetudine, 2818.
-, Polydore Vergil's Adagia, De Inventoribus Rerum and Historia, 275.
-, St. Basil on Isaiah, 863, 8823, 920.
-, Seneca, 2458.

Bookyll, Wm., 559 (p. 327).

Boold. See Bold.

Booldon. See Bouldon.

Boote (Bote), Th., of Calais, 193 (pp. 100, 104), 582, 589, 1424, 1715, 1921, 2593, 3317.

Booth (Bothes, Bothe), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 22).

Booth or Bothe (Boeth, Bouthe, Both), Charles, clk., 142, 1174, 1446:pp. 15378, 1542, 1546:g. 414 (48, 52), 1123 (20), 1316 (9), 2055 (42).
-, -, -, signature, 1174.
-, -, Edw., servant of Margaret countess of Richmond, 145.
-, -, Edw., rector of Attleborough, &c., 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, - (Bowthe), Joan and Anne, ds. and hs. of Ralph, g. 833 (32).
-, - (Bowth), Sir John, slain at Flodden, 20 (pp. 12, 20 bis), 309 bis, 1493, 2246 (4), 2283.
-, -, Sir Philip, 1493, 1661 (p. 752):p. 1544:g. 546 (28), 1804 (9), 2964 (33).
-, -, Ric., g. 132 (88).
-, -, Rob., clk., g. 381 (15).
-, -, Th., 438 (1 m. 20).
-, -, Wm., p. 1535:g. 2222 (16 Derb.).

Boothby (Botheby), Linc., g. 3049 (37).

Boothby (Bothby) Paynell, Linc., 438 (2 m. 10).

Bootle (Botyll), Cumb., g. 1804 (17).

Borbage. See Burbage.

Borbon. See Bourbon.

Borboroughe. See Bourbourg.

Borde, Henry, 438 (4 m. 20).

Bordeaux (Burdyews, Burdews, Burdeux), in France, 438 (4 m. 23), 1081, 1127, 1326 (p. 617), 1461, 1599, 1844 (p. 843), 1886, 1894, 1936, 1971, 2605, 2693:p. 1503:g. 485 (21), 546 (18), 924 (3), 1415 (17).

Bordeaux (Burdeos), [John de Foix] abp. of, 1327.

Bordeaux, Franois de, sieur de Poissonniere (Pontinere, Pysseneir, Puycener), envoy to Scotland, 3143, 31889, 3273, 3565.
-, -, -, letters from, 32156, 3227.

Borders, the. See Scotland, Marches of.

Bordesley abbey, Worc. [in Tarde-bigg parish], g. 54 (83).

Bordley (Bordeley), Yorks, 438 (2 mm. 5, 10 bis).

Borefford. See Burford.

Boreman, John, clk., 438 (1 m. 16).

Borewell or Borwell. See Burwell.

Borghcher. See Bourchier.

Borgo (Burgo, Bourgue), Andrea da, Maximilian's ambassador in France, 274, 325 (p. 147), 333, 363, 367, 568, 614, 636, 645, 649, 769, 983, 1000, 1101, 1178, 1309, 1311 (p. 602), 1469, 1863, 1877, 1888, 1892, 1897, 1988, 2038, 2154.
-, -, -, letters from, 333, 363, 367, 565, 636, 645, 649, 718, 809, 823, 840, 850, 858, 860, 868, 902, 942, 1113, 1131, 1138, 1141, 1146, 1148, 1157, 1163, 1988:App. 10, 11.
-, -, -, letters to, 753, 1863, 1888.
-, -, -, his secretary. See Laude, P. de; Rorarii, A. de.
-, - (Burgo), Daniel da, 1301 (p. 597), 1352.

Borgogna, Madame de. See Margaret of Savoy.

Borham manor, Essex, g. 833 (14), 1415 (3).

Borington. See Berrington.

Borlas. See Burlace.

Borne. See Bourne.

Boroage. See Brouage.

Borough, Linc. See Burgh.

Borough, Norf. See Burgh.

Borough in le Mershe. See Burgh.

Borough, Anne, wife of Sir Edward, 438 (4 m. 3):g. 357 (15).
-, - (Burgh, Borogh, Burth), Sir Edward, 309, 438 (1 m. 11), 438 (4 m. 3):g. 357 (15), 709 (14), 804 (13), 969 (52), 1171 (3), 3582 (14).
-, - (Burgh, Borowe), Gilbert, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).
-, - (Burgh), Henry alias Stokton, 438 (4 m. 21).
-, - (Burgh), James, 707:g. 3499 (31).
-, -, John, 874 (2).
-, - (Borowe), Ric., g. 94 (25, 76), 2484 (11, 20).
-, - (Burgh), Rob. alias Stokton, 438 (4 m. 21).
-, - (Burgh, Burght), Th. or Sir T., esquire for the Body, King's spear, marshal of Berwick, 20 (p. 15):g. 257 (48), 357 (6), 563 (10), 651 (25), 804 (13), 969 (52, 54), 1083 (37), 1171 (3), 2535 (25), 3408 (6).
-, -, -, letter from, 2096.
-, - (Burght), Sir Thomas, knighted after Flodden, 2246 (4 ii.).
-, - (Bourough, Burgh, Purgh), Sir Th., junior, knighted at Tournay, 2301, 2740:p. 1540.
-, - (Burgh, Borowe), Sir Thomas, 438 (4 m. 3):p. 1540.
-, - (Burgh), Th., p. 1540:g. 1494 (16), 3582 (14).
-, - (Borowe), Th., of Calais, g. 257 (51).
-, -, Thomas , receipt by, 837 (2).
-, - (Borow, Burght), Wm., 672, 877n., 1505.

Boroughbridge, Yorks, 1355.

Boroughdon. See Burradon.

Borowe. See Borough.

Borowey. See Burghwey.

Borrisoleigh (Bargeslych, Burgestia), vicarage of St. James, co. Tipperary, pp. 1523, 1530.

Borrow, Guillaume, sackbut, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 42).

Borsalus [John Becar of Borsselen], letter from, 2818.

Borsselen, Anne de, lady of Veere, q.v.
-, - (Borsalia, Borsselia), Henry de, bailiff of Veere, lord of Lawderdale in Scotland, letter to, 188.
-, -, Paul de, lord of Lawderdale (temp. Jac. III.), 188n.

Borstall. See Boarstall.

Borthwick (Borthike), Lord, slain at Flodden, 2246 (4), 2313.
-, - (Borthuike), William, Lord, 2443, 2973:g. 2862 (8).

Borthwick (Borthuike) burn, in Scotland, p. 1260.

Borton. See Burton.

Borunley. See Burnley.

Borwell, Th., rector of Torrington, g. 632 (60).
-, -, Wm., 707 (p. 383).

Bosbury, Heref., chantry in, g. 651 (16).

Bosdon, Th., 1493 v.

Boselles. See Besilles.

Bosham (Boseham, Bashani), Suss., 438 (1 m. 12).
-, -, free chapel, 438 (3 m. 15):p. 1530.

Boshap. See Bishop.

Bosnia, 1534.
-, -, Queen of. letter from, 3585.

Bosnians, 766.

Bosom or Boson (Bozom), Henry, p. 1542:g. 257 (49), 804 (29 ii.), 833 (50 ii.), 1494 (9), 2484 (9).
-, - (Bossom), Sir Ric., knighted at Lille, 2392 (p. 1063):App. 26.

Bosse, John. See Rush.

Bosshe. See Bush.

Bossilfield. See Basse.

Bossom. See Bosom.

Boston (Baston, Roston), Linc., 438 (1 m. 16), 438 (2 mm. 8, 20), 438 (3 mm. 2 bis, 11, 14, 22), 438 (4 mm. 12, 23), 577 (5), 874 (2), 1176 (3), 1405 (2), 1752, 1803 (1 m. 1, 2 m. 5), 2671, 3313 (6):p. 1518:g. 132 (56), 218 (10), 257 (29, 48), 485 (10), 604 (31), 1266 (4), 1804 (32), 3107 (17).
-, -, bailiff, &c., g. 132 (99), 804 (30).
-, -, wool weigher, g. 94 (29).
-, - guild of St. Mary, 438 (1 m. 3), 438 (3 m. 18).
-, -, Haulgarth, g. 132 (99).
-, -, Jesarhaull, g. 132 (99).

Boston, John, 853:g. 651 (4).
-, -, John, M.A., rector of Milstead, g. 1602 (25).

Boswel, Rob., canon of Dunbar, p. 1522.

Boswell, John, g. 289 (22).
-, -, Th., g. 289 (22).

Bosworth (Baseworth), Leic., 438 (2 m. 26), 438 (4 m. 2).

Bosworth Field, Leic., chapel of St. James, g. 857 (18).

Bote. See Boote ; also Bott.

Boteldy, Staff., 438 (3 m. 17).

Boteler. See Butler.

Botell, Nthld. See Wallbottle ; also Bothal.

Botell, John, 707 (p. 383).
-, -, Wm., 707 (p. 383).

Botely. See Butleigh.

Boterell, Th., g. 709 (22).

Boterey. See Botrye.

Bothal (Botell, Bottell), Nthld., 438 (4 m. 12):g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Botham, Wm., 2167.

Bothby. See Boothby.

Bothe or Bothes. See Booth.

Bothwell, earl of, slain at Flodden, 2246 (4), 2313.

Botill, John, g. 3049 (6).

Botiller. See Butler.

Botolffe, John, 438 (1 m. 14).

Boton, Beten or Botown, James, 438 (2 m. 9).

Boton. See Bouton.

Botreaux, lord of, 438 (3 m. 1).

Botry (Botrie, Boterey, Botterey), John, rector of St. Swithin's, Worcester, 1803 (2 m. 3).
-, - (Buttrey, Botrey, Butre, Butry), Wm., mercer, 559, 1493 vi., 3166, 3373, 3426:pp. 1498, 15013:g. 632 (70), 924 (9), 2055 (95 iii.), 2535 (26), 2617 (33).

Botrym, Sir Thomas, 3348 (3).

Botryngon. See Bodrigan.

Bott (Bote), Rob., 1803 (1 m. 6).

Bottell. See Bothal.

Bottisham (Bottesham), Camb., 438 (4 m. 7).

Boty (Botty) or Botyll, John, 82 (p. 40), 1803 (2 m. 6).

Botyll. See Bootle.

Botyller. See Butler.

Boucault, M. de, of the French King's council, 1647 (p. 743).

Bouchage (Boucharge, Bussaige), Imbert de Basternay, Sieur de, of the French King's council, 538, 1257, 1375, 3269 (3, 7), 3348, 3411, 3424, 3430n.

Bouchain (Boghan), castle, in Hainault, 1932.

Boucheron, Monsieur de, 3348.

Boudon. See Bowdon.

Bouge. seigneurie, in France, 951.

Boughforth in Pickering, Yorks, 438 (3 m. 2).

Boughton, Kent, g. 2684 (83).

Boughton, Ntht., 438 (4 m. 6).

Boughton, Notts., g. 1083 (46).

Boughton, Henry, g. 381 (16).
-, -, Nic., p. 1539.
-, -, Ric., 438 (2 m. 14).
-, - (Bowghton), Wm., 438 (2 m. 14):p. 1546:g. 381 (16).

Bougie, in Algeria. See Bojya.

Bouldon (Booldon), Salop, 2537.

Boules. See Bolles.

Boulogne (Bolayn, Boleyne), in France, and the Boulonnais, 1064, 1119, 1265 (p. 580), 1567, 1601, 1837, 1925, 2009, 2028, 2041, 2081, 2087, 2233, 2391, 2673, 2869, 2875, 2888, 2928, 2946, 3018 (p. 1302), 3028, 3087, 3193, 3201, 3221, 3240, 3252, 3295, 3331, 3370, 33756, 3381, 3424, 3430, 3513 (2).
-, -, letter dated at, 3328.
-, -, captain of, 2673, 2871. See La Fayette.
-, -, county of, 1961.

Boulogne, Peveril and Haughley (Bononpeverell and Hagnet or Hagonet), honors of, in England, g. 94 (35), 190 (3).

Boulogne, Countesses of [Anne and Madeleine de la Tour, the former being wife of John duke of Albany and the latter marrying, in 1518, Lorenzo de Medici duke of Urbino], 951, 1584n., 2578 (3).

Boulonnais, the, seneschal of. See Douriers, Seigneur de.

Bound. See Bond.

Bounkyer, Th., 438 (2 m. 4).

Bountaunce. See Bontemps.

Bountayn. See Buntayn.

Bountisse, Roland de, 20 (p. 16).

Bouquehault (Bockard), in the county of Guisnes, rector presented, g. 2861 (4).

Bourbon (Burbone), Charles duke of, 432 iii., 1064, 1081, 1301 (p. 598), 1311 iii., 1326 (p. 616), 1359, 1509, 1511 (p. 698), 1647, 1980, 2092, 2107, 2110, 2126, 2128, 2182, 2396, 2462, 2791, 2969, 3004, 3206, 3235, 3369, 3387, 3424, 3519, 3540, 3544, 3576.
-, -, -, a daughter of, 3206.
-, -, -, his brother [Francis duke of Chatelleraut], 3424.

Bourbon, Francis de, duke of Longueville, q.v.

Bourbon (Borbon), Louis de. See Roche sur Yonne, prince of.

Bourbon, Madame de [Anne, mother of the duchess and daughter of Louis XI.], 3544.

Bourbourg (Borboroughe, Burborow), in Flanders, beside Dunkirk, 1322, 2179, 2376, 2396.

Bourchesella, Alex., graver of the Mint, 185.

Bourchier, Agnes, wife of Sir Thomas, g. 485 (5), 833 (43).
-, -, Henry, earl of Essex, q.v.
-, - (Borghcher), John, g. 3499 (12).
-, -, John, lord Berners, q.v.
-, -, John, lord Fitzwaren, q.v.
-, - (Bocher), Rob., g. 1083 (46).
-, - (Bousher, Bourghchier), Sir Th., knight for the Body, 20 (p. 14), 1493:pp. 153940, 1544:App. 26:g. 289 (43), 485 (5), 604 (20), 833 (43, 60, 70), 857 (5), 1524 (45).
-, - (Bochether, Bochar), Wm., petition of, 1672.

Bourdot, Jehan, servant to M. de Vergy, letter from, 2115.

Boure. See Bower.

Boureman, Lady Joan, 438 (4 m. 15).

Bourge. See Borgo.

Bourgeois, Jacques, French prisoner, 2172. See also Vorrat, J.

Bourges in Castile. See Burgos.

Bourges (Bourgys en Berry), in France, letter dated at, 718.
-, -, letter to the chapter, 2150.
-, -, abpric. of, 2802, 3051, 3407:pp. 15278, 1532.

Bourghchier, John, lord Fitzwaren, q.v.

Bourgogne, Adolph de, Sieur de Beures, q.v.
-, -, Philip de, Admiral of Flanders, 919, 1594, 3052.

Bourgoyne. See Burgundy.

Bourgue. See Borgo.

Bourke (de Burgo), Thomas, clk., p. 1525.

Bournage, Jean, 2256 (2).

Bourne (Burne, Brynne, Brunne), Linc., g. 132 (556), 158 (4), 218 (3), 604 (31), 885 (11), 1316 (21), 2055 (43), 2964 (75).
-, -, abbey, confirmation for, g. 2617 (39).
-, -, -, election of abbot, g. 833 (48), 857 (15).
-, -, -, abbot. See Grisby, W.; Small, J.

Bourne, Jean, bastard, French prisoner, 2172.
-, - (Borne), Monsieur de (or de Breves), instructions for, 2393.
-, -, -, Louis XII.'s answer, 2486.

Bourne or Borne, John, g. 2137 (27).
-, -, Th., 2454, 2949, 3494.

Bourneley. See Burnley.

Bournonville, Sieur de, 2027.

Bourough. See Borough.

Bourton (Burton), Berks, 1803 (1 m. 2).

Bourton (Burghton), Glouc., g. 94 (35).

Bourton (Burton), Over-, Berks, 438 (2 m. 11).

Bouryng. See Bowring.

Bousher. See Bourchier.

Bouthe. See Booth.

Bouton (Boton), Claude, lieutenant to the Sieur de Walhain, 2249, 2383, 2564, 2835, 2995.
-, -, -, signature of, 2995.

Boveney (Beveney), Bucks, 438 (1 m. 1).
-, -, chapel, p. 1527.

Bovetracy. See Bovy Tracy.

Bovill, , 847, 917, 922, 933, 936, 949, 952, 9723, 1188, 2468. See also Boyvill.

Bovy, Wm., 438 (1 m. 12).

Bovy, South-, Devon, 438 (2 mm. 6, 8).

Bovy Tracy (Bovetracy), Devon, 438 (2 mm. 6, 8, 16).
-, -, bailiff, &c., g. 132 (107).

Bovyle. See Boyvill.

Bowbanke, Ric., 438 (1 m. 25).

Bowde, Th., clk., 438 (2 m. 25), 1803 (2 m. 6).

Bowdon, Devon, 438 (1 m. 12).

Bowdon (Boudon), John, 438 (3 m. 23).
-, -, Ric., p. 1512.
-, -, Th., g. 2617 (40).

Bowecastell. See Bewcastle.

Bowen, Philip, g. 604 (40).
-, - (Bowne), Th., 438 (3 m. 6).

Bower (Boure, Bowre), James, rector of Headley, &c., 438 (3 m. 2).
-, -, John, 3598.
-, -, Peter, 2765.

Bowers Gifford, Essex, 438 (4 m. 1).

Bowes, Sir Ralph, 438 (2 m. 13):g. 833 (41).
-, -, Sir Ralph, knighted after Flodden, 2246 (4 ii.):g. 833 (41).
-, -, Wm., 438 (2 m. 13).

Bowet, Eliz. and Nic., 438 (2 m. 6).

Bowgeman, 1803 (2 m. 4).

Bowghton. See Boughton.

Bowland, James, 3522.
-, -, Wm., p. 1519.

Bowlinghall (Bollynghall), Yorks, 438 (4 mm. 23, 26).

Bowlsden. See Bowsdon.

Bowman, Wm., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).

Bowmer. See Bulmer.

Bownde. See Bond.

Bowne, Nic., g. 2222 (16 Midd.).

Bowness (Bones), Cumb., 438 (4 m. 23):p. 1260.

Bowre, John, 1803 (1 m. 6).

Bowring (Bowryng), Rob., 438 (2 m. 12):p. 1535:g. 833 (58 iv.), 1123 (22), 1266 (11a), 2222 (16 Devon).

Bowryngesley, Devon, g. 1123 (22).

Bows or bowstaves, 529, 566, 613, 757, 1004 (3), 1323, 1388, 1452. See also Ordnance; War payments.

Bowsdon (Boysdon, Bowlsden), Nthld., 438 (1 m. 23):g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Bowset water, in Scotland, 2443.

Bowsons, Peter, g. 1494 (21).

Bowstrings, 1004 (3).
-, - See Ordnance; also War payments.

Bowterworthe, Roger, ship owner, 1414.

Bowthe. See Booth.

Bowyer (Boer), Chr., 612.
-, - (Bower, Boyer, Bowier), John, gunstone maker, 2832 (iii., v., vi.):pp. 1496, 1509, 151112.
-, - (Bowyare), Nic., 1803 (2 m. 3).
-, - (Boyere, Boywere), Th., 438 (4 m. 24).

Bowyers, g. 11 (10). See also Daunce, Sir J. (payments).

Bowyngton, Rob., 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 40).

Boxley (Boxele, Boxsele), Kent, 438 (3 m. 17).
-, -, grant dated at, g. 546 (64).
-, -, abbey, 438 (3 m. 32):g. 604 (20).
-, -, -, Robert abbot of, 438 (3 m. 32).
-, -, -, John abbot of, g. 604 (20).

Boxstead (Boxstade), Suff., 438 (1 mm. 12, 18).

Boxworth (Boxford), Camb., 438 (3 m. 20).

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

Boyd, Marioun, mother of Alexander abp. of St. Andrews, 212n.

Boyer or Bohier, Ant., abbot of Fcamp (q.v.), brother of Thomas.
-, - (Boher, Bohier), Henry, gnral of Languedoc, 3215 (?), 3348, 3360 (1, 3).
-, -, -, letter from, 1938.
-, -, Thomas, general of Normandy, French ambassador to England (1514), 113, 363, 470, 1467, 1635, 2729, 2955, 2957, 2959 (? "this Frenchman"), 2974, 2981, 2985, 2994, 3003, 30089, 3018, 3024, 30289, 3035, 3037, 3041, 3051, 3073, 3084, 30983100, 3102n., 3117, 3124, 312931, 3146, 3151, 31556, 3186, 3189, 3193, 3197, 32012, 3252, 3269, 3298, 3331, 3348, 3360, 3411, 3416, 3424, 3427, 3430, 3449:g. 3226 (24).
-, -, -, letters from, 1635, 2729, 3156, 32012, 3233.
-, -, -, letter to, 3188.

Boyer or Boywere. See Bowyer.

Boyghttun. See Beighton.

Boyland, Th., of Boyland, Cornw., 438 (4 m. 11).

Boylandes manor, Norf., g. 784 (22).

Boyle (Byle, Booell), Peter, clk., 438 (4 m. 19).

Boyll. See Bull.

Boylles. See Bolles.

Boynton, Yorks, 438 (3 m. 9).

Boynton, Anne, 1803 (1 m. 5).
-, -, Sir Henry, 438 (1 m. 15).
-, -, Martin, 1803 (1 m. 5).

Boyres, Barnard de, gunner, 2305.

Boys (Boysse), Joan, widow of Walter, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, - (Boyes, Boyzes), John, 438 (4 m. 8).
-, -, Rob., 438 (2 m. 25).

Boys, Jean de, French prisoner, p. 928.

Boysdon. See Bowsdon.

Boyston. See Baytystuny.

Boyville (Bovyle), George, 1838:g. 3226 (27).

Bozen, in the Tyrol. See Bolzano.

Bozom. See Bosom.

Braban (Brabyn, Brabon, Braben, Braband), John, 20 (p. 13), 438 (2 m. 8):g. 132 (91, 107), 218 (28), 604 (11), 749 (22).

Brabanson. See Barbanon.

Brabant, 193, 919, 1074, 1214, 1241, 1424, 1437, 1440, 1566, 1860, 1929, 2028, 2223, 2230, 2254, 2419, 2672, 2750, 2963, 2992, 3014, 3126, 3174:g. 519 (32), 1462 (13), 1494 (21).
-, -, chancellor of. See Le Sauvage, J.

Brabazon (Brabson), Joan, daughter of Roger, 438 (2 m. 4).

Brabull, Ric., g. 94 (105).

Bracebridge (Brasebrige, Brasbrig, Braysbrige), John, 438 (2 m. 20):g. 1494 (55).

Bracewell in Craven, Yorks, 438 (4 mm. 23, 26).

Brachost, Eurax, 484.

Brackley (Brakley), Ntht., vicar of, p. 1527.

Bracon Ash (Brakenasshe), Norf., 438 (1 m. 19).

Bradbourne (Bradborne, Bladbourne), Humphrey, 438 (1 m. 4):p. 1535:g. 2222 (16Derb.).
-, - (Bradburn), John, 2392.

Bradburye, Joan, g. 833 (16), 1732 (4), 2772 (57).
-, -, John, master of artillery of Calais, g. 218 (62).
-, -, Ric., rector of Froyton, g. 1494 (39).
-, -, Th., mayor of London (A.D. 150910), g. 833 (16).
-, -, Wm., g. 2055 (23).

Bradden (Braddon), Ntht., 438 (2 m. 22):g. 1083 (41).

Bradebrige, Nic., clk., g. 924 (17).

Bradell, , 1262.

Bradenstock, Wilts, priory, 438 (4 m. 21).
-, -, -, prior. See Walshe, T.

Bradfield, Berks, 438 (3 m. 6).

Bradfield, Wilts, 1803 (1 m. 2).

Bradford (Breidford), Wilts, 438 (1 m. 15), 438 (4 m. 19).
-, -, rector of, p. 1524.

Bradford (Bradforth, Bradfurth), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 1), 438 (2 m. 8), 438 (4 m. 23), 3598.

Bradford, Brian, 438 (2 m. 8).
-, - (Bradforth), John, 438 (1 m. 1).
-, - (Bradeford), Ric., 438 (4 m. 14).
-, -, Walter, p. 1547:g. 804 (29 vii.), 833 (50), 1365 (3).
-, -, Wm., p. 1512.

Bradgate, Leic., 438 (2 m. 13).

Brading (Brerdyng, Brardyng), I. of Wight, 438 (4 m. 21).

Bradleigh (Bradelegh), Devon, 438 (2 m. 8), 438 (3 m. 9).

Bradley (Bradeley), Glouc., 2537.

Bradley, Lanc., 438 (3 mm. 13, 33), 438 (4 m. 16).

Bradley (Braddeley), Leic., priory, 1803 (2 m. 2).
-, -, -, John prior of, 1803 (2 m. 2).

Bradley (Bredlen), Staff, g. 357 (41).
-, -, rector of, 1803 (2 m. 1).

Bradley, Yorks, g. 2772 (11).

Bradley in Craven, Yorks, g. 218 (24).

Bradley, Great, Suff., 438 (3 m. 1).

Bradley, Little, Suff., 438 (3 mm. 24, 31).

Bradley, West, Berks [in Chevely], 520:g. 546 (27), 632 (64).

Bradley, John, 1033:g. 1602 (17).
-, -, Th., g. 857 (9).

Bradman, Ambrose, soldier of Calais, serjeant at arms, 3348 (3):g. 749 (25), 1804 (58), 2772 (45).

Bradney, Linc. See Bardeney.

Bradney, Soms. [in Bawdrip], 438 (2 m. 10).

Bradninch (Bradenynche), Devon, g. 54 (26).
-, -, rectory of, g. 2772 (7).

Bradon, Soms., 438 (4 m. 8).

Bradon Forest, Wilts, g. 94 (11).

Bradshaw, Eliz., 20 (p. 17).
-, -, Ric., g. 1524 (47).

Bradsole. See under Dover.

Bradstock (Bradstoke), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 27).
-, -, priory, g. 587 (10).

Bradwardyn, Heref., g. 1732 (9).

Bradwell, Essex, g. 94 (35), g. 289 (12).
-, -, rector of, 438 (2 m. 5).

Bradwell St. Laurence, Essex, 438 (4 m. 26).

Bradwell, John, prior of Holy Trinity, London, g. 1415 (5), 1462 (38), 1662 (21).

Bradwey, Soms. See Broad Wey.

Bradwey, Worc. See Broadway.

Bradwey, Agnes wife of Alex., 438 (3 m. 32).

Braetayn. See Britanny.

Bragges, Wm., rector of Everingham, g. 1494 (56).
-, -, William, rector of Hervelinghen, g. 1003 (21).
-, -, Wm., M.A., rector of Overingham, g. 731 (43).

Braghton. See Broughton.

Bragot, Ric., g. 1948 (26).

Braham, Eustace, g. 784 (22).

Brailes (Brayllis), Warw., 438 (4 m. 6):g. 158 (36), 604 (13), 709 (42).

Brainston Moor. See Flodden.

Braintree (Branktre, Branetre, Bayntre), Essex, 438 (3 m. 13):pp. 151213.

Brakeley hundred. See Berkeley.

Brakenasshe. See Bracon Ash.

Brakenburgh (Brakynburght), Midd. [in Harefield], 438 (3 m. 22).

Brake Sands (Brakks), of Kent, 1698 (p. 778).

Brakley. See Brackley.

Brakynbarough. See Breconborough.

Bramblety (Bramultye), Suss., 1803 (2 m. 4).

Bramfield (Brounfild), Suff., 438 (4 m. 18).

Bramford, Suff., 438 (1 m. 2).

Bramley, Staff. See Bromley.

Bramley (Bromley), Surr., 438 (4 m. 8), 559.

Bramley (Bromeley), Henry alias Ryton, q.v.

Brammer (Bammer), Ric., g. 969 (38).

Brampston (Bramston), Roger, 438 (3 m. 25).

Brampton, Derb., 438 (2 m. 28), 438 (3 m. 30), 438 (4 m. 4), 1803 (1 m. 4).

Brampton, Hunts, 438 (4 m. 22).

Brampton, Ntht. See Chapel Brampton.

Brampton, Oxon. See Bampton.

Brampton (Branton, Braunton), Westmld., 438 (2 m. 12).

Brampton (Bramton), John, 438 (3 m. 21).
-, -, Ric., gentleman of the Pantry, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 41).
-, -, Th., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).
-, -, Wm., g. 519 (27).

Bramston Heth. See Flodden.

Brancepeth (Braunsepeth), Brauncepith, Braunsepeth), Dham., 438 (1 m. 9), 438 (3 mm. 1, 25), 1803 (1 m. 1):g. 94 (67).
-, -, rector of, 438 (3 m. 29).

Branche (Braunche), Th., abbot of St. Peter's, Gloucester, 205, 438 (2 m. 5):g. 546 (40), 604 (49), 632 (83).

Brandelyng, John, mayor of Newcastle, 2651.

Brandenburg, Albert, margrave of, bp. of Magdeburg, abp. of Mentz (9 Feb. 1514), 179, 2755.

Brandenburg, Elizabeth marchioness of, daughter of John King of Denmark and wife of the Elector Joachim I, letter from, 179.
-, -, -, her children Joachim and Anne, 179.

Brandenburg (Baunde, Brownderboro), Marquis Casimir of, 2101, 2383, 2391 (p. 1061), 2673 (2), 2755, 2779, 3150 (p. 1346), 3400.

Brandenburg, Marquis Joachim of, Elector, 2755.

Brandesby, Ralph, g. 3049 (30).

Brandham. See Brantham.

Brandon, Charles or Sir Charles, esquire for the Body, marshal of the Household (Nov. 1511), 20 (p. 12), 438 (3 m. 4), 698, 888, 1144, 1286 ("Suffolk"), 1414 bis, 1453, 1480, 1556, 1661 (4), 1748, 1785, 1807, 1858, 186970, 1875, 1880, 18823, 18857, 18981900, 2305, 2738:pp. 1541, 15445:App. 9, 26:g. 257 (78), 381 (17), 447 (23), 604 (12), 682 (5, 40), 731 (28), 969 (62), 1123 (65), 1221 (9), 1524 (5), 1602 (35), 1804 (2, 26, 557), 1805 (1 ix.), 1948 (10), 2055 (95), 2964 (37).
-, -, -, signature, 698.
-, -, -, first called "Sir Charles." 1144.
-, -, -, made K.G., 1807.
-, -, -, as lord Lisle (creation 15 May 1513), 1869, 1879, 19123, 1928, 1960, 1965, 196971, 1978, 2051, 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5, 6 i., ii.), 2078, 2141, 2171, 2172 (2), 2286, 2326, 2376, 2391 (pp. 1059, 1061), 2435n., 2480 (624), 2506, 2537 (?), 2542 (2), 2544, 2556, 2562, 2598, 2609, 2738, 3104:pp. 1504, 1518:g. 1805 (1 ix.), 2055 (26, 96), 2617 (44), 2964 (37).
-, -, -, -, letters from, 2480 (63), 2575.
-, -, -, -, commission to, g. 1948 (93).
-, -, -, -, instructions to, 1869.
-, -, -, -, signature, g. 1805 (1 ix.), 2055 (76, 82).
-, -, -, -, creation as Viscount Lisle, g. 1948 (68).
-, -, -, -, marshal of the army in France, 2078.
-, -, -, -, his "little daughter," 2654.
-, -, -, as duke of Suffolk, 2573, 2590, 2610, 2628, 2632, 2654, 2679, 27001, 2838, 2856, 2916, 2929, 2941, 3040, 31012, 3146, 3205, 3210, 3346, 3368, 3370, 3416, 3426, 3429, 3430, 3440, 3446, 3461, 3464, 3472, 34767, 3479, 3498, 3513 (2), 3580:pp. 1504, 1516, 1541, 1544 bis:g. 2684 (34), 2964 (37).
-, -, -, -, letters from, 3376, 3387, 3411, 3424, 34378, 3449.
-, -, -, -, letters to, 2924, 2940, 3046, 3253, 3281.
-, -, -, -, signature, g. 2684 (14), 2772 (33).
-, -, -, -, creation as duke of Suffolk, 2590, 2620:g. 2684 (5).
-, -, Sir Robert, knight for the Body, 20 (p. 14), 2480 (55):g. 447 (23), 682 (40), 833 (58), 1602 (35), 2055 (95), 2684 (15):pp. 1541, 1544:App. 26.
-, -, -, pardon for, g. 447 (23).
-, -, Sir Thomas, K. G., Master of the Horse ( 27 Jan. 1510), 19, 20 (pp. 15, 21), 37, 157, 353, 438 (1 m. 8):g. 94 (12, 31), 158 (90), 218 (30, 52), 381 (17, 18, 32, 76), 519 (22).
-, -, -, signature of, g. 158 (90), 190 (345, 41), 289 (35).
-, -, -, funeral of, 353.

Brandon Ferry, Suff., 438 (4 m. 25).
-, -, grant dated at, g. 709 (19).

Branhouse, John, g. 682 (17).

Brankston (Branxston), Nthld., g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Brankston-field. See Flodden.

Branktre. See Braintree.

Branscombe (Braynescombe), Devon, 438 (4 m. 20).

Branston (Braunston), Linc., g. 1316 (4), 2772 (11).

Bransweig. See Brunswick.

Brantham (Brandham), Suff., 438 (3 m. 9).

Brantingham, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 5), 438 (2 m. 17).

Brantingishey park, in Cheshunt, Herts, g. 132 (97).

Branton. See Brampton.

Brantsey, Ntht., g. 1662 (58).

Branxholm (Branksholme), in Scotland, p. 1260.

Branxton, Nthld., battle of. See Flodden.

Brasanell, Th., 438 (2 m. 13).

Brasbrig or Brasebrige. See Bracebridge.

Brasier, Roger, 1493 v.
-, -, Th., 438 (2 m. 13).

Brass-sizing, 78.

Brattleby (Bratelsby), Linc., 438 (4 m. 6).

Braughing (Broughing), Herts, 438 (3 m. 18).
-, -, vicar presented, g. 1948 (84).

Brauncepath. See Brancepeth.

Braunspath. See Brancepeth.

Braunston, Linc. See Branston.

Braunston, next Leicester, 438 (3 m. 3).

Braunton (Braunten), Devon, 1803 (1 m. 2).

Braunton, Westmld. See Brampton.

Braure, John, 2995.

Brawdrybbe, Ric., rector of Halstow, g. 1415 (1).

Brawne, John, abbot of Abingdon, 205, 308, 341, 438 (3 m. 32), 963, 1549, 1661 (p. 752), 3464:p. 1517.

Bray, Berks, 438 (2 mm. 5, 17):g. 54 (70), 94 (35).

Bray, Edm., esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 14), 438 (2 m. 23), 1176 iii., 2053 (6 ii.), 2414:pp. 1503, 1533, 1545.
-, -, Sir Edmund, g. 3499 (12).
-, -, Edward, ship captain, 1496 iii., 2053 (7), 2304 (3), 2305 ii., 2478, 2652, 30001, 3513 (2).
-, -, Sir Edward, App. 26.
-, -, Joan, 438 (2 m. 23).
-, -, John, 438 (4 m. 14), 2606.
-, -, Michael, 438 (4 m. 14).
-, -, Sir Reginald, 559:g. 132 (115), 158 (49), 218 (24), 289 (5), 447 (23), 651 (2, 32), 804 (43).
-, -, Reynold, 1947:g. 1836 (31).
-, -, Young, 1976.

Braybroke, Sir Gerard son of Sir Gerard, g. 1221 (59).
-, -, James, ranger of Groveley Forest, g. 54 (389, 65, 723), 257 (6, 34, see Errata), 2964 (20).
-, -, Margery, 438 (1 m. 23).
-, -, Ric., 707 (p. 383).

Braybrook (Braybroke), Ntht., 438 (4 mm. 3, 12), 1803 (2 m. 5).

Brayles. See Brailes.

Brayne, Roger, B.D., sub-dean of Hereford, 438 (1 m. 3).

Braynewode, Wm., g. 2617 (42).

Braynford. See Brentford.

Braysbrige. See Bracebridge.

Brayton (Braton), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 5):g. 833 (51).

Breamore (Brommore, Brymmore), Hants, g. 1083 (2).
-, -, priory, 438 (2 m. 24).
-, -, -, prior. See Holyngborne, W.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 632 (58).

Breamore (Bromore, Brymmore, Bromere), Rob., prior of Butley, 438 (1 m. 8), 1493.

Breche, Henry, 893 (2):g. 784 (25).

Brechin, in Scotland, diocese of, pp. 15225, 15278.
-, -, subdeanery of, p. 1527.

Brecket. See Bricket.

Brecknock (Breknok), in Wales, 438 (3 m. 17).

Breconborough (Brakynbarough), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 1).

Bred ..., Devon, 438 (4 m. 21).

Breda (Bredale), in Holland, 919, 2809.

Brede, Suss., 1803 (2 m. 1).

Brede, John, 853.

Bredeham, Chr., g. 3499 (5).

Bredendela, Pedro de, ship master, 1664.

Bredlen, Staff. See Bradley.

Bredwell, John, prior of Christchurch, London, 3521.

Bree, John, 438 (4 m. 10).
-, - (Bre, Abree), Wm., 438 (4 m. 10).

Breele. See Briel.

Bregandyne. See Brigandyne.

Bregavenny. See Abergavenny.

Breges. See Bruges.

Breggewater. See Bridgewater.

Bregilles (Bresilles, Brysell), Philip Sieur de, 2125, 2141, 2171, 2383, 2634, 2654, 2694, 2704, 2941 (pp. 12712), 3257.
-, -, -, letters from, 2141, 2171, 2654, 2704.

Brehawte, John, prior of St. Helier's, Jersey, g. 1365 (20).

Brehyll. See Brickhill.

Breidford. See Bradford.

Breisgau (Brysco), in Germany, 1884 (p. 859).

Brekelsey. See Brightlingsea.

Brekenshaw (Brekynshawe), Wm., 438 (3 m. 4).

Brekilworth. See Brixworth.

Breknell, Edm., esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 14).

Brekylsworth. See Brixworth.

Brekynden, Rob., of the Guard, 20 (p. 16).

Breme (Bremen ?), 2478 (2).

Brenan (Brenak), Onellus, clk., p. 1524.

Brendon, Arnold, g. 485 (39).

Brene. See Bryne.

Brengewood chace, in Wigmore, g. 1221 (50).

Brenhedon. See Wrandike.

Breniss, lord of. See Piennes.

Brenkburn. See Brinkburn.

Brennesley, Henry, 1803 (2 m. 5).

Brent (Brente), John, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 438 (1 m. 12), 707:p. 1543:g. 604 (15), 1948 (100), 2684 (84).
-, -, John alias Fazakerley, q.v.
-, -, Thomas, LL.D., dean of the College of St. Michael Archangels, 438 (3 m. 13).

Brentford (Olde Braynford), Midd., 438 (3 m. 19).

Brentwood (Brundwode, Brendwode), Essex, 176, 438 (4 m. 1).

Brerdyng. See Brading.

Brereley. See Brierly.

Brereton, Chesh., 438 (1 m. 5).

Brereton, John, rector of Hatford, g. 190 (32), 485 (32).
-, - (of Bruerton), Sir Randolph, chamberlain of Chester, marshal of the Rearguard, 2051, 2053 (6 ii., 7), 2392 (p. 1063), 2414, 3091 (p. 1323):App. 26:g. 54 (40), 132 (108), 414 (48).
-, - (Breverton), Ric., 1947, 2414:g. 2772 (17).
-, -, Roger, rector of Little Comberton, g. 132 (28).
-, -, Th., 2480 (50):g. 158 (36).
-, -, Urian or Erean, 3408 (5):g. 94 (47).
-, - (Brerton, Breton), Wm. or Sir Wm., knighted at Tournay, 438 (1 m. 5), 2301.

Brescia (Bressa), in Italy, 83, 113, 438 (4 m. 23), 780 (p. 418), 1101, 1180, 1277 (p. 587), 1301 (pp. 595, 5989), 1309, 1345, 1354, 1358, 1417, 1455, 1469, 14889, 1558, 1647, 1892, 2074, 2329, 2645, 2982, 3396, 3451, 3541.
-, -, narrative of the siege and sack, 1071.
-, -, St. Florian's monastery, 1071 (p. 517).
-, -, St. Nasarius gate, 1071 (pp. 5178).

Brescia, Franciscus de. See Famagosta.
-, - (Brisia), Peter de, g. 1462 (21).
-, - (Bressa), John Petrus de, g. 3107 (49).

Bresilles. See Bregilles.

Bressa. See Brescia.

Bresse (Brexte), president of. See Gorrevod, L. de.
-, -, president of. See Gattinara.

Bresse in Brytayn. See Brest.

Bressingham (Bresyngham, Brysyngham), Norf., 438 (1 m. 12), 438 (2 m. 33):g. 1494 (7).

Brest (Prest, Albret, Bresse), in Britanny, 1169, 1237 iii., 1240, 1242, 1281, 1344, 1356, 1371, 1385, 1422 (p. 651), 1518, 1594, 1647, 1659, 1670, 1694, 1699, 1771, 1786, 1812, 1825, 1835, 1840, 1844, 1851 (p. 846), 1894, 1907, 1936, 1943, 1965, 1978, 1992, 2053 (9), 2156, 2260, 2782, 3349:p. 1504.
-, -, letter dated at, 1709.
-, -, castle of, 1883, 1907.

Breston, Hants. See Broughton.

Bresyngham. See Bressingham.

Bresz, Louis de, Comte de Mauleuvrier, seneschal and lieutenant of Normandy, 2240, 2297, 2557, 33489.
-, -, -, commission to, 2240.
-, -, -, letter to, 1635.

Bretaine. See Britanny.

Breten. See Britanny.

Breteyn, Wm. See Breton.

Breteyns, Essex, 438 (4 m. 17).

Bretherton, Th., g. 11 (10).

Breton, John, 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, - (Breteyn, Breten), Wm., merchant of the Staple, 20 (p. 19), 438 (4 m. 19), 3529:p. 1501:g. 3499 (38).

Breton. See also Brereton.

Bretons, prisoners, 2441.

Brett (Brette), Hugh, 438 (1 m. 26).
-, - (Brette, Bret), Rob., 438 (1 m. 22), 438 (4 m. 24).

Bretton, West-, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 11), 438 (4 m. 4).

Bretts (Brettys), in West Ham, Essex, g. 94 (35 p. 50).

Breuerer, John, 438 (2 m. 13).

Breverton. See Brereton.

Breves, M. de. See Borne.

Brewce. See Brewes.

Brewer, Bertram, minstrel, 82 (p. 42).
-, - (Bruer), Th., tailor, 438 (2 m. 15).
-, - (Bruer), Wm., 438 (4 m. 26).

Brewern (Bruwarn, Brewan, Brower, Brewster), Robert, vicar of Southwick, 438 (2 m. 20).

Brewers, 438 (1 mm. 6, 12), 438 (2 mm. 14, 15, 29, 33), 438 (3 mm. 1, 6, 11, 29), 438 (4 mm. 25 bis, 26 bis, 28), 1416, 1803 (m. 6), 1803 (2 m. 4):g. 11 (10), 682 (1), 969 (9), 1083 (38), 2684 (14), 3499 (52).

Brewes (Brews), Eliz., 438 (4 m. 29).
-, - (Brewce, Brevs), Mrs., 82 (pp. 38, 41).
-, - (Breux, Brewce), John, 2480 (36), 3340.
-, - (Brewys, Breux, Brues), Rob., 438 (4 m. 29), pp. 1541, 1544:g. 1494 (9), 2222 (16 Suff.).
-, -, Sir Thomas, 438 (4 m. 29).

Brewster, Rob., 1451. See also Brewern.
-, -, Th., 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40).

Brewyn (Bruyne), , g. 833 (58 ii.).
-, - (Bruyne), Geoffrey, g. 94 (13).
-, - (Bruyn, Broyn), Ric., gentleman usher, 438 (4 m. 8).
-, - (Bruyn), Th., s. and h. of Wm., g. 2055 (89).

Brexte. See Bresse.

Breylysden, Lanc., 438 (2 m. 25).

Breynton (Braynton), Isabel, abbess of Godstow, 438 (3 m. 2).
-, -, John, 438 (2 m. 27):p. 1538:g. 1494 (4).
-, -, Th., 438 (2 m. 27).

Brz. See Bresz.

Briak, John de, gunner, 3457.

Briake. See St. Brieuc.

Briamonde, John, g. 1494 (10).

Brian, 878, 2468.

Brian, Lady, 82 (pp. 38, 41).
-, -, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas, to marry Nicholas Carew, 3387 (p. 1423, Mrs. "Carru"), 3419.
-, -, Henry, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40), 707 (p. 383):g. 1266 (17), 1804 (22 ii.).
-, -, Dame Margaret, wife of Sir Thomas, 3419.
-, -, Sir Thomas, 20 (pp. 12, 19, 20 bis), 438 (3 m. 32), 1473, 1493 ii., 2054 (6), 3419, 3483:p. 1534:g. 381 (55).
-, -, Th., 2054 (4).

Brianaskam. See Askham.

Briant, Francis, 438 (3 m. 23).
-, - (Briand, Briant), John, 438 (3 m. 22).

Brice, Rob., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707 (p. 383).
-, - (Brisse, Brise), Wm., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 41), 438 (2 m. 7).

Bricett (Brisete), Suff., g. 519 (42).

Bricket (Brecket, Brykket), George, 438 (1 m. 24).

Brickhill (Brikhill), Great-, Bucks, 438 (1 m. 23), 1803 (2 m. 2):g. 3049 (20).

Brickhill, Little (Brehyll), Bucks, 438 (3 m. 13).

Bricklayers, 438 (22).

Bricklehampton (Bright Hampton), Worc. [near Pershore], g. 3049 (8).

Brickmakers, 438 (4 m. 11):g. 731 (20).

Bridam, Hants. See St. Bartholomew.

Bridestowe, Devon, 438 (2 m. 11).

Bridde, Wm., rector of , p. 1524.

Briddon or Bridden, Wm., 1803 (2 m. 3).

Bridgeford (Brygeford) next Nottingham, 438 (1 m. 2).

Bridgend (Holandbrigge, De Ponte Aslaci), Linc. [in Horbling parish near Folkingham], priory, 438 (3 m. 15).

Bridgenorth (Brigenorth, Briggenorth, Brugenorth), Salop, 438 (3 mm. 16, 24), 2537:g. 1662 (1), 2684 (35).
-, -, College of St. Mary, g. 2137 (22), 2422 (16).

Bridges (Bruges), , 1899.
-, - (Brugges), Florence, 438 (1 m. 6).
-, - (Brygges, Brugges, Brugge), Sir Giles, 20 (p. 14), 438 (1 m. 6), 438 (4 m. 10):pp. 1537, 1546.
-, - (Briggis, Brugges, Brigges, Brykys), Henry, 20 (p. 14), 438 (4 m. 21), 438 (3 mm. 5, 16), 2574:p. 1534:g. 632 (30), 2222 (16 Berks).
-, - (Brugge, Brugges), Isabel, widow of Sir Giles, 1803 (2 m. 2).
-, - ( Bruges), Jamy, merchant of the Staple, 1032 (2).
-, - (Bruges, Brugges), Sir John. 2480 (63), 2575 ii.:App. 26,
-, - (Brugge, Bruges, Brigge), John, 438 (2 m. 32), 1812, 2008 (4), 2467:g. 54 (82), 1365 (23), 2222 (16 London, Surr.), 2422 (8), 2684 (28), 2772 (55).
-, - ( Briggis, Brigges), Miles, 438 (2 m. 31).
-, - (Abriggis, Brigges), Rob., 438 (4 m. 12).
-, -, Roger, ship captain, 2304 (3, 4, 5).
-, - (Brugyes, Bruges), Roland, M.P. for Hereford, g. 924 (31).
-, -, -, letter from, 3068.
-, - (Brugges, Bruge, Brige, Brigge), Th., 438 (1 m. 6), 438 (2 m. 8), 2054 (2).
-, - (Brige, Brigge, Brugge), Wm., 438 (3 m. 11):p. 1546:g. 1494 (11).
-, - (Bryggys), Wm., prior of Black Friars, Norwich, 438 (4 m. 19).

Bridge Sollers (Brigge upon Wye), Heref., 438 (4 m. 20).

Bridget, Mrs., 1549.

Bridgewater (Briggewater, Breggewater), Soms., 184 (3), 438 (1 m. 25), 438 (2 m. 11), 438 (3 m. 2), 438 (4 m. 21), 874 (2), 1982 (4), 2537, 3313 (6):g. 94 (35), 447 (4), 804 (52), 2055 (125), 2137 (17).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 731 (15).
-, -, St. John's, 438 (2 m. 27).
-, -, -, master or prior of. See Spencer, T.

Bridlington (Byrdlyngton), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 15), 438 (4 m. 25):g. 158 (91).
-, -, priory, confirmation for, g. 381 (81).

Bridport (Brideport, Byreport, Birtport, Britteport, Britport), Dors., 438 (2 mm. 14, 32), 438 (3 m. 21).

Bridwell (Brydwyll), Devon, 438 (3 m. 23).

Brie, Sieur de, French prisoner, 2173 (3), 2392 iii.

Briel (Embryell, Breele), in Holland, 2809.

Brierly (Brereley), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 3), 438 (2 m. 13).

Brierley (Bryarley, Brereley, Brerley), John, purser, 2305 iii., 3137 (6), 3148 bis.

Briffeld. See Driffield.

Brigandine maker, 438 (3 m. 6).

Brigandyne, John, ship captain, 1453 (ii. p. 663, vi.):p. 1500:g. 632 (45).
-, - (Bregandyn, Brikenden), Robert, clerk of the King's ships, 16, 1393, 1613, 2680, 2738:pp. 14969, 15002, 1504, 1516:g. 132 (101), 632 (45).
-, -, -, letter to, 1613.
-, - (Bregandyn), Wm., 1463 xiii.

Brige, Brigge, Briges or Brigges. See Bridges.

Brigewater. See Bridgewater.

Briggenorth. See Bridgnorth.

Brigham, Chr., g. 257 (88), 1266 (14).
-, -, Chr., mayor of Newcastleupon-Tyne, g. 1524 (16).

Brigholme, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 9).

Brighouse, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 25).

Brighouse, George, 82 (p. 42).

Bright, John, 20 (p. 16).
-, -, Rob., LL.D., King's chaplain, g. 2055 (77).

Bright Hampton. See Bricklehampton.

Brightley (Brightlegh), Devon, 1803 (1 m. 2):g. 1083 (2).

Brightlingsea (Brykkelsey, Brykylsey, Birtilsey, Brekelsey, Bryculsaye), Essex, 438 (3 m. 32), 1080, 1262 (p. 578), 1982 (2), 2305, 2324:g. 1662 (37).

Brighton (Brighthenston, Brighthelhelmstone, Brighthampston), Suss., p. 1505.
-, -, burnt by the French, 2974, 3000.

Brightwell, Oxon, 438 (3 m. 4):g. 2055 (95 ii.).

Brightwell Baldwin, Oxon (2 m. 12).

Brignall (Briggenell), Yorks 438 (2 m. 32).

Brigot, Edmund, D.D., g. 784 (6).

Brigsley (Brigesley), Linc., 438 (4 m. 5).

Brigstock (Brygstoke), Ntht., 438 (3 m. 13):g. 784 (2).

Brikenden. See Brigandyne.

Brikhed, Ralph. See Birkenhead.

Brikkes. See Birkes.

Brill, Rob., 438 (4 m. 26).

Brime. See Bryne.

Brimpsfield (Brymmesfeld), Glouc., g. 94 (35).

Brimpton (Brynton), Berks, 438 (3 m. 23).

Brimstone, 1004 (2).
-, - See also Ordnance.

Brington (Brynton, Bryenton), Ntht., 438 (3 m. 6).

Brington (Brynketon) Magna, Ntht., g. 1494 (28).

Brington Parva, Ntht., 1803 (1 m. 6).

Bringwood. See Bingwood.

Brinkburn (Brenkburn), priory, Nthld., 438 (4 m. 11), 3170.
-, -, prior. See Carre, Th.

Brinkley (Brynkeley), Camb., rector presented, g. 2422 (2).

Brinkworth (Brynkenworth), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 16), 438 (4 m. 26).
-, -, rector of, p. 1525.

Brinny (Briny, Bryn), co. Cork, pp. 1523, 1527.

Brinston (Brymston), Heref., 438 (2 m. 33).

Brise or Brisse. See Brice.

Brisete. See Bricett.

Brisia. See Brescia.

Bristall, John, g. 1172 (9), 1602 (42).

Bristo. See Bristowe.

Bristol (Bristowe), 184 (5), 205 (2), 438 (1 mm. 4, 5, 23, 25), 438 (2 mm. 5 bis, 12, 14 bis, 17, 20, 257, 29, 32), 438 (3 mm. 2, 11, 14, 15, 18, 22 bis, 235, 32), 438 (4 mm. 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 17), 577 (2), 874 (2), 963, 1004 (3), 1262 (p. 578), 1409 (2), 1727, 1803 (2 m. 5), 1883, 2305 i., ii., iii., 2537, 3313 (1, 6, 7):pp. 1504, 15067:g. 132 (17), 132 (123), 485 (40), 833 (11), 969 (5 2), 1172 (17), 2055 (109), 2222 (15, 16), 2964 (1, 2), 3324 (7), 3582 (2).
-, -, admiralty court, g. 485 (40).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 485 (27).
-, -, customs and port of, g. 190 (27), 632 (25), 749 (42), 833 (61), 1083 (3), 1123 (56), 1266 (5), 1602 (15), 2684 (3), 3499 (17).
-, -, customers of, 438 (1 m. 4), 438 (2 m. 13), 438 (3 m. 32), 1728.
-, -, fee farm, g. 94 (35).
-, -, gauger, 438 (4 m. 13).
-, -, mayor and townsmen, 438 (3 m. 14).
-, -, searcher of, g. 132 (17).
-, -, ships of, 1982 (4).
-, -, -, list, 1577.
-, All Saints, vicar of, 438 (1 m. 23):p. 1531.
-, Black Friars (or Friars Preachers), confirmation for, g. 485 (36).
-, Castle, constable of, g. 158 (64).
-, Earl's Court, g. 381 (74).
-, Gaunt's Hospital, 438 (4 m. 16).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 414 (74).
-, -, master. See Tiler, T. Grey Friars (Friars Minors), g. 519 (14).
-, Hospital of St. John Baptist in Redeclyff Pytt, p. 1531.
-, St. Augustine's abbey, 438 (3 m. 33):g. 1123 (52).
-, -, abbot of, g. 2222 (16 Bristol).

Briston, Norf., g. 632 (50).

Bristowe. See Bristol.

Bristowe, Cornelius, g. 546 (6).
-, - (Bristo), John, 1493 iv.:g. 546 (6).
-, -, Philip, g. 546 (64).

Briswoode, Wm., surveyor of works at Calais, 2833, 3338:p. 1508.

Britford (Birtford), Wilts, 438 (1 m. 25).

Brittany or Britanny (Breten, Braetayn, Bretaine), and Bretons, 193, 264, 406, 1081, 1127, 1210, 1242, 1257 (2), 12678, 1273, 1277 (p. 587), 1291, 1321, 1328, 1371, 1385, 1422 (p. 651), 1512, 1647 (p. 743), 1697, 1711, 1771, 1808, 1851, 18545, 1864, 186970, 1873, 1894, 1907, 1925, 1936, 19434, 1960, 1971, 2006 (p. 908), 2107, 2275, 2305 ii., iii. bis, 2393, 2475, 2546, 2598, 2647, 2681, 26934, 2782, 2804, 3240, 3298, 3349, 3540: App. 26:g. 158 (21), 1365 (20), 1494 (21), 1524 (7), 1948 (1, 37), 2617 (36).
-, -, grand master of, 1825, 2156, 3349.
-, -, -, letter to, 2156.
-, -, vice-admiral of. See Chillou, M. de.

Brittany, duke of, 3009. See Francis.

Britteport or Britport. See Bridport.

Britto (Brittus), Robert bp. of Nantes, q.v.

Brix, Th., 1313.

Brixen, in the Tyrol, 562.

Brixen (Bryxsyn), bp. of [Christopher von Schrofenstein], 130, 1884.

Brixham, Devon, 1801.

Brixia, Estienne de, vicar general of the Carmelites, 1763.

Brixton, Devon [in Shaugh], g. 3499 (73).

Brixton Deverill (Brykston Deverell), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 32).

Brixworth (Brekilworth, Brekylsworth), Ntht., 438 (2 mm. 18, 34), 438 (3 m. 30).

Brizeo, Christoval, knight commander, Spanish ambassador at Rome, 1658, 2292, 2329, 2476, 2585.
-, -, -, letters to, 1658, 2476, 2585, 2745.

Broad Chalk (Brode Thalke), Wilts, vicar of, p. 1528.

Broad Hinton (Brodehenton), Wilts, 438 (4 m. 17).

Broadhurst (Brodhurst), Suss., 438 (2 m. 30).

Broad Sound, on the Breton coast, 1771, 1844 (p. 843).

Broadwater (Broadwater), Soms., 438 (1 m. 7).

Broadway (Bradwey), Worc., 1803 (2 m. 3).

Broad Wey (Bradwey, Bradewey), Soms., 438 (2 m. 20).

Broats, Over and Nether. in Scotland, p. 1260.

Brobury (Brobry), Heref., 438 (2 m. 26).

Brocas, Anne and Edith, ds. and hs. of Wm., g. 563 (23), 1316 (35), 3582 (20).
-, -, George, serjeant of the Ewery, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 39).
-, -, John, 2480 (30):g. 833 (58 ii.).
-, -, Wm., g. 1316 (35), 3582 (20).

Brochelz, 3227.

Brockden (Brokden), Friar John, minister of Thelsfold, 438 (4 m. 8).

Brockdish (Brokdysch, Brokedisshe), Norf., 438 (4 mm. 1, 6):g. 257 (6).

Brockdish Hall (Brokedisshehalle) in Burston, Norf., g. 2964 (20, 52).

Brockenhurst (Brokenest), Hants, 438 (4 m. 25).

Brockley (Brokeley), Suff., g. 414 (30).

Broclei. See Blockley.

Brodebank, Chr., p. 1505.

Brodebent, Wm., chaplain, 853.

Broderers (Brotherers), 1803 (2 m. 4):pp. 15023:g. 1003 (24).

Brode Thalke. See Broad Chalk.

Brodewater. See Broadwater.

Brodhurst. See Broadhurst.

Brodley (Brodele, Brodlee, Brodeley, Browley), Wm., 438 (3 m. 13).

Broense, Nic., merchant of the Hanse, 696.

Brofyld. See Bromefeld.

Broghton. See Broughton.

Brok, lord. See Willoughby, of Broke.

Brokden. See Brockden.

Brokdyshe. See Brockdish.

Broke, I. of Wight. See Brook.

Broke, Wilts. See Brook.

Broke, lord. See Willoughby, R.

Broke, Sir Edward, 438 (3 m. 24).
-, -, George, 2413.
-, -, George. See Cobham.
-, - (Brooke), John, 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (2 m. 26):pp. 1537, 1543:g. 2862 (7).
-, -, John, clerk of the Market (of the Stable), 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40):g. 132 (45).
-, - (Brookke), John, mayor of Oxford, pp. 1518, 1542.
-, -, John, rector of Wenvoe, 885 (4):g. 1266 (39).
-, - (Brooke), John, lord Cobham, q.v.
-, -, Leonard, 2054 (6).
-, - (Brooke), Mr., 559.
-, -, Ralph, of Calais, 1424, 2337, 3067, 3338: g. 2684 (30).
-, -, Ric., 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 42).
-, - (Brok), Ric., rector of St. Margaret Moyses, g. 651 (29).
-, -, Richard, king's serjeant at law, g. 546 (48), 709 (26, 62), 731 (278), 924 (14), 969 (17, 45), 1083 (24), 1732 (2, 16), 2484 (15), 2684 (8), 2964 (50), 3049 (20).
-, - (Brooke), Th., 228, 438 (1 m. 12), 707:g. 190 (28), 1172 (3), 2617 (30), 3499 (11).
-, -, Th., yeoman usher, 1015: g. 54 (55, 92).
-, -, Th., abbot of Muchelney, 438 (1 m. 13): g. 3107 (28).
-, -, Th., serjeant at arms, g. 1948 (50, 53).
-, -, Wm., bailiff of Dover, g. 94 (109).
-, -, Wm., warden of All Souls' College, Oxford, 438 (3 m. 10).

Brokedisshe. See Brockdish.

Brokeley. See Brockley.

Brokelond, Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Broker, John, 1527:g. 587 (5), 2422 (5).

Brokers, 438 (3 m. 4).

Brokesby. See Brooksby.

Brokesby, or Brooksby (Brokysby), Barth., 438 (3 m. 1).
-, - (Brokysby, Brokysbe), Rob., 438 (2 m. 27).
-, -, Th., 438 (2 m. 4):p. 1539:g. 651 (7), 1494 (9), 2484 (9), 3499 (12).
-, - (Brokysby), Wm., 438 (2 m. 4):p. 1539:g. 2222 (16 Leic.).

Brokestede. See Broxted.

Brokett (Brokkette), John, 438 (1 m. 10):p. 1538:g. 2222 (16 Herts).
-, -, Rob., p. 1505.

Brokewell, John, 2606.

Brokhampton, Isabella, widow of Walter, 438 (2 m. 9).

Brokkesbourne. See Broxbourne.

Brokland. See Brookland.

Brokwall, John, 20 (p. 14).

Brokwod. See Brookwood.

Brome. See Broome.

Brome (Brone, Broun, Browne), Chr., 438 (3 m. 18).
-, -, Eliz. widow of Robert, 438 (4 m. 9).
-, -, Jocosa, prioress of Wroxall, 438 (1 m. 6).
-, -, John, s. and h. of Christopher, g. 546 (44).
-, - (Broune), Nic., 438 (3 m. 4):g 3499 (66).

Bromefeld, Essex. See Broomfield.

Bromefeld, Ric., master of St. John's Hospital, Bristol, p. 1531.
-, - (Brofyld), Richard alias Chepman, vicar of All Saints in Bristol, 438 (1 m. 23).

Bromeholme. See Broomholm.

Bromeley, Henry. See Bramley.

Bromewiche, Wm., 2049.

Bromefeld, , three brothers slain at Flodden, 2913.

Bromfield (Bromfild, Bromefeld), lordship, co. Denbigh, 438 (4 mm. 4, 16), 1803 (2 m. 5), 3313 (6):g. 54 (77), 190 (26), 218 (29, 74), 357 (29), 731 (45), 784 (37), 833 (8), 1804 (556).

Bromfield, Salop, 438 (1 m. 22).

Bromham, Wilts, 438 (1 m. 7), 438 (2 m. 18).

Bromholme, Norf., 438 (1 m. 15), 438 (2 mm. 26, 29).
-, -, priory, 574.
-, -, -, John prior of, bp. of Calcidony, q.v.

Bromley, Kent, 438 (3 m. 19).

Bromley (Brymley), Midd., 438 (2 m. 26).

Bromley (Bramley, Brommeley), Staff., 438 (3 m. 11), 438 (4 m. 14).

Bromley (Bromlegh), Surr., 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, - See also Bramley.

Bromley, King's, Staff., 438 (2 m. 24):g. 709 (22).

Bromley (Bromeley), George, of the Council of Wales, 142, 1174:pp. 15378, 1543, 1546:g. 414 (48, 52), 1123 (20), 1316 (9), 1494 (4), 2055 (42).
-, -, -, signature of, 1174.
-, -, Th., 2392 (p. 1063).

Brommer, Rob., prior of Butley, g. 94 (106), 132 (76).

Brommore, Bromore or Bromere. See Breamore.

Brompton, Yorks, g. 2964 (74).

Brompton, John, merchant of the Staple, 1032.

Bromsell pursuivant, 3338.

Bromsgrove (Brymmesgrove), Worc., 438 (1 m. 15):g. 94 (35).

Bromsgrove (Bromysgrave), Hugh, monk of Evesham, g. 2535 (24).

Bromwich. See Castle Bromwich.

Bromwich, West- (Westbremyche, Westbrymyche), Staff., pp. 1509, 1513.

Bromwich, Alice, 438 (1 m. 22).
-, - (Bronwich), James, canon of Hereford, p. 1525.
-, - (Bromewiche), Th., 438 (1 m. 22).
-, -, Wm., 438 (1 m. 22).

Bromwike. See Brunswick.

Bromyard, Heref., college of, p. 1527.

Bromyle, Th., 1272.

Bron or Brone. See Browne; also Brome.

Bronolt, John, rector of St. Andrew Undershaft, p. 1521.

Bronwich. See Bromwich.

Brook (Broke), I. of Wight, 438 (4 m. 15).

Brook (Broke), Wilts, 438 (3 m. 1).

Brooke or Brookke. See Broke.

Brookland (Brokland), Kent, 438 (3 m. 11).

Brooksby (Brokesby), Leic., g. 2684 (27).

Brooksby (Brokesby), Linc., 438 (3 m. 23).

Brooksby. See Brokesby.

Brookwood (Brokwod), Surr., g. 158 (5).

Broome (Brome), Norf., 438 (3 m. 7), 438 (4 m. 18).

Broome (Browne, Brome), Suff., 438 (3 m. 14):g. 784 (22).

Broomfield (Bromefeld), Essex, 438 (3 m. 17).

Broomholm (Bromeholme), in Scotland, p. 1260.

Brossey, in Scotland, 1262 (p. 578).

Brotnell. See Brudenell.

Brouage (Brouwaigne, Boroage), in France, 2532, 2574.

Brough (Burghe), in Scotland, 1262 (p. 578).

Brough (Burgh), Yorks, 1803 (1 m. 5).

Brough under Stainmoor (Burghe, Burgh under Stanmore), Westmld., 438 (2 m. 31), 438 (3 m. 17), 438 (4 m. 13).

Brough (Burgh), Wm., 1803 (1 m. 5).

Brougham (Burgham), Westmld., g. 833 (41).

Broughing. See Braughing.

Broughton (Breston), Hants, 438 (1 m. 6): g. 1123. See Notes and Errata.

Broughton (Braghton), dioc. of Linc., g. 969 (31).
-, -, rector presented, g. 190 (44).

Broughton, Ntht., p. 1548: g. 1462 (19).

Broughton, Oxon, 438 (2 m. 23).

Broughton (Browghton), Worc., g. 3049 (8).

Broughton, Yorks, 438 (3 m. 34).

Broughton, West- (Westbroughton), Derb., g. 3499 (23).

Broughton or Browghton (Broghton), , ship master, 1661 (4).
-, -, Mr., 1176 (3), 1453.
-, -, Anne, 438 (2 m. 10).
-, -, Dorothy, g. 381 (89).
-, -, George, 438 (4 m. 26).
-, -, John, 438 (2 m. 10 bis), 3348 (3):g. 190 (44), 381 (89).
-, -, John, rector of Broughton, g. 190 (44).
-, -, Katharine, g. 381 (89).
-, -, Sir Robert, g. 381 (89).

Brouker, Rob., 2293.

Broun. See Browne; also Brome.

Brounfield. See Bramfield.

Brounflete, Wm., prior of Ormsby, 438 (2 m. 21).

Brounhill. See Brownhill.

Brouwershaven (Bruershawyn), in Holland, 2451.

Browe, Wilts, 438 (4 m. 23).

Browe, Guillaume. See Brown.

Brower, Rob. See Brewern.

Browghton. See Broughton.

Browley. See Brodley.

Brownderboro. See Brandenburg.

Browne or Brown, , mayor of Rochester, 1493 vi.
-, - (Broun), Alice wife of Humphrey, g. 2484 (34).
-, -, Anne, 438 (3 m. 20).
-, - (Broun), Sir Ant. (temp. Hen. VII), 438 (1 m. 1):g. 54 (42), 414 (59), 2484 (29).
-, - (Brown), Chr., merchant of the Staple, 438 (3 m. 14), 1032 (2), 1493:pp. 1539, 1540 bis:g. 132 (26), 257 (49), 2222 (16 Linc.).
-, - (Broun), Chr., King's carpenter, p. 1512.
-, -, Chr., chaplain to Prince Henry, 707 (p. 383).
-, -, Chr. See also Brome.
-, - (Broun), David, a Scot, 638:p. 1521.
-, -, Edmond or Egremund, rector of Lawshall, 438 (3 m. 25).
-, - (Broune), Edward, g. 2964 (52).
-, - (Broun), Francis, p. 1540 bis.
-, - (Broune), Sir George, 438 (2 m. 4).
-, - (Broun), George, 2054 (5):p. 1513.
-, -, George, bp. of Dunkeld, q.v.
-, - (Broune), Hugh, merchant of the Staple, 438 (1 m. 22):p. 1518.
-, - (Broun), Humphrey, pp. 1536, 1541:g. 2964 (72).
-, -, James, App. 14.
-, -, Sir John, 438 (3 m. 20).
-, - (Broun, Brone, Bron), John, 82 (p. 41 bis), 438 (3 m. 24), 438 (4 m. 7):g. 1662 (37), 2964 (52), 3324 (35), 3582 (10).
-, - John, ship master, 1661 (1, 3, 4), 2764, 3137 (6).
-, - (Broun), John, painter, 20 (pp. 11, 16), 707, 2799:pp. 14978, 15002:g. 1044 (8).
-, - (Broun), John, trumpet, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 43), 3320.
-, - (Broun), Sir Matthew, 20 (pp. 12, 19, 20 bis), 309, 438 (2 m. 4), 707, 1176 (4), 1463 xii.:p. 1545:g. 546 (36), 2055 (120).
-, - (Broun), Miles, 1803 (1 m. 1): g. 357 (24), 833 (6).
-, - (Broune), Nic., 577 (2), 874 (2), 3313 (6, 7):p. 1545:g. 485 (40).
-, - (Broune), Ralph, g. 587 (5).
-, - (Broune, Broun), Ric., 438 (2 mm. 5, 26), 438 (3 m. 20).
-, - (Broune), Ric., mayor of Calais (150910), 589, 3567.
-, - (Broune, Broun), Rob., 438 (3 m. 30), 438 (4 m. 10):pp. 1540, 1542:g. 1083 (46), 2137 (4), 2772 (9), 2964 (52).
-, - (Broun), Robert, a Scot at Rome, 638.
-, - (Broun), Th., 438 (1 m. 25), 438 (3 mm. 23, 27), 438 (4 m. 25), 1505, 3529:g. 969 (9), 1415 (7), 2617 (7).
-, - (Broun), Walter 438 (2 m. 28).
-, - (Broun, Browe), Wm., 20 (p. 16), 438 (2 m. 28), 1493 v., 2404, 2413, 2737, 2833:pp. 150710, 1514, 1516, 1546:g. 449 (15), 604 (13), 2772 (41, 59), 2964 (35), 3324 (11).
-, - (Bron, Brone), Wm., alderman, merchant of the Staple, &c., 438 (3 m. 20), 1463 vi., 1497, 1691, 2467, 2812, 2929:g. 132 (30), 449 (15), 2684 (6, 31).
-, -, -, his account for guns, 1530.
-, - (Broun), Wm., gentleman of the Chapel, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 41), 707:g. 257 (43), 1462 (4).
-, -, Wm., vicar of Reigate, 1803 (2 m. 1).
-, -, Wm., rector of Wenvoe, g. 2222 (8).
-, -, Wm., surgeon, p. 1520.
-, - (Broun), Wistan or Sir Wistan, esquire for the Body, King's spear, ship captain, 20 (p. 12), 864, 1176 (1, 3), 1413 bis, 1453 ii., v., 1661 (1, 3, 4), 1851, 1869 iii., 2260, 2304 (3, 5), 2305 iii. bis, 2478 (1 iii., 2), 2686, 2842, 2938, 2959, 3077, 3483, 3513 (1, 2):pp. 1504, 1506, 151718, 1536:App. 9, 26:g. 94 (108), 158 (53), 1172 (2), 1804 (10), 2772 (54), 3107 (2).
-, -, -, his son, 1176.
-, -, -, knighted by Ferdinand of Aragon (15 Sept. 1511), 864.
-, -, -, to be treasurer of Calais, g. 1804 (10).

Browne. See also Broome.

Browney (Brown), river, Dham., 438 (1 m. 25).

Brownhill (Brounhill, Browne Hyll), Wm., a Scottish ship captain, 1262 (p. 578), 1298, 1329, 1380, 1645, 1775, 2578, 2973.
-, -, -, instructions for, 2578 (3, 4).

Brownsover (Brownswover), Warw., 438 (2 m. 14).

Brownyng, Henry, p. 1520:g. 2964 (246).

Broxbourne (Brokkesbourne), Herts, 438 (1 m. 26), 438 (3 m. 24).

Broxted (Brokestede), Essex, g. 2055 (23).

Broyn. See Brewyn.

Bruce (Brus), David, of Clakmannan, 2461.
-, -, Peter de, temp. Edw. I. (?), g. 969 (57).
-, -, Sir Robert, of Erth, bond by, 1379.

Bruchsal in Swabia (Brussel en Zwane, Bruxcellis in Swave), in Germany, 1676, 2010.
-, -, letter dated at, 1993.

Brudeforth. See Birdforth.

Brudenell, Drue, 438 (1 m. 18).
-, -, Philippa, wife of Robert, 438 (1 m. 18).
-, - (Brotnell, Bryknell, Brudnell, Brutenell), Rob., justice of King's Bench, 82 (p. 39), 205 (p. 106), 315, 341, 438 (1 m. 18), 963, 1046, 2787, 3464 (2):pp. 15334, 15378, 1539 bis, 1540 bis, 1541, 1542 ter, 1543, 1546:g. 54 (1, 8, 478), 132 (2, 18, 31, 48), 218 (1), 257 (48), 381 (39), 546 (1, 47), 651 (13), 709 (34, 55, 62), 804 (13, 28), 833 (39), 924 (14), 969 (52), 1083 (10), 1171 (3), 1221 (41), 1266 (36, 41), 1662 (1, 8), 1732 (2, 16), 1948 (19), 2055 (59), 2222 (16 Bucks.), 2330 (4), 2484 (15), 2684 (9, 41), 3049 (23), 3226 (7), 3408 (37), 3582 (14).
-, -, Robert, junior, justice of assizes, g. 709 (34), 1083 (10), 1266 (36, 41), 1662 (8), 2055 (59), 2684 (9), 3049 (23).

Bruer. See Brewer.

Bruere, Sieur de, of France, 2391 (p. 1060).

Bruern abbey, Oxon, 438 (3 m. 15).
-, -, abbot. See Pere, J.

Bruershawyn. See Brouwershaven.

Bruerton. See Brereton.

Brues. See Brewes.

Bruessell in Swabia. See Bruchsal.

Brugenorth. See Bridgenorth.

Bruges (Bryges, Burges, Breges, Brugges), in Flanders, 108, 438 (3 mm. 2, 16), 484, 504, 659, 828, 1573, 1594, 1688, 1699, 1848, 1865, 1876, 1895, 19578, 2082, 2129, 2220, 2391 (p. 1058), 2404, 2613, 2633, 2650, 2681, 2694, 2768, 2781, 2809, 2867, 2961, 3272, 3296, 3418:p. 1516:g. 3107 (27).
-, -, letter from the town, 1634.
-, -, letters dated at, 3283, 3285, 3287, 3296, 3299, 3439, 34445, 3450, 3545.
-, -, St. Andrew's abbey, 2613.

Bruges, Guillaume de, 2385.

Bruges, Brugge or Brugges. See Bridges.

Brugyes. See Bridges.

Brumiselles, Lamond de, 2383.

Brunarde, in Flanders, 2404.

Brundall (Brundale), Norf., 2830.

Brundish, Suff., 438 (3 m. 25):g. 289 (13).

Brundwode. See Brentwood.

Brungewodde forest. See Bingwood.

Brunne abbey. See Bourne.

Brunskale (Brunstayll, Burnskaill), John, 438 (4 m. 13).

Brunswick [-Wolfenbuttel] (Bromwike), Eric duke of, the Emperor's captain against Gueldres, 1421, 1440, 14556, 1468, 1481, 1566, 1591 (2), 1639.

Brunswick [-Calenberg], Henry duke of, brother of the preceding, 1440, 1455, 1897, 2038, 2063, 2068, 2070, 2083, 2093, 2101, 2103, 2105, 2375, 2391, 2421.

Brus. See Bruce.

Bruses manor, Midd., g. 2055 (130).

Brussa (Prusia), in Bithynia, 766.

Brussel en Zwane. See Bruchsal.

Brussell, Wendell van, captain of Germans, 2220.

Brussels (Bruxelles), 650, 1241, 1291, 1421, 1424, 1567, 1576, 1789, 1831 (3), 2095 ii., 2164, 2220 (p. 994), 2337, 2414, 2516, 2648, 2672, 2797, 2908, 2963, 3017 (2), 3192, 3235, 3247, 3338, 3457.
-, -, letters dated at, 568, 1197, 1213, 1226, 1229, 1241, 1245, 1252, 1258, 1279, 1285, 12889, 1293, 1303, 1306, 13089, 1311, 1322, 13335, 1336, 1338, 13434, 1350, 1353, 1430, 1434, 14367, 1448, 1456, 146870, 1476, 1481, 1764, 1774, 17923, 1797, 18201, 1825, 1830, 1887, 18956, 1923, 19578, 19623, 19667, 1979, 2014, 2022, 2038, 2047, 2063, 20689, 2074, 2083, 2093, 2106, 21134, 21234, 2608, 26334, 2665, 2781, 2985, 2994, 3014, 3035, 3046, 30512, 3079, 3082, 3113, 3116, 3153, 3174, 3246, 32634, 3329, 3339, 3345, 3456, 3493, 351920, 3573.
-, -, master of the Posts. See Taxis.
-, -, Spaniards in, 3174.

Brussels armourers, p. 1497.

Brusset, Anthoine, letter from, 1961.

Brutenell. See Brudenell.

Bruton (Drynton, Brynton), Soms., 438 (2 m. 19):p. 1543.
-, -, priory, 438 (3 m. 4):g. 833 (64).
-, -, -, prior. See Gilbert, W.
-, -, -, made an abbey, g. 833 (64).

Bruwarn. See Brewern.

Bruxcellis in Swave. See Bruchsal.

Bruxe, M., 3031.

Bruyn. See Brewyn.

Bryansaham. See Askham Brian.

Bryanston (Bryerston), Dors, 438 (4 m. 5).

Bryche, Henry, 20 (p. 17).

Bryculsaye. See Brightlingsea.

Bryd. See Bird.

Brydwyll. See Bridwell.

Bryenton. See Brington.

Brygeford. See Bridgeford.

Bryges. See Bruges.

Brygge, Linc. See Glamford Brigg.

Brygus, George, 683.

Bryhall, Herts, 438 (3 m. 18).

Brykenhed. See Birkenhead.

Brykheved. See Birkenhead.

Brykkelsey. See Brightlingsea.

Bryknell. See Brudenell.

Brykston. See Brixton.

Brykylsey. See Brightlingsea.

Brykys. See Briggs.

Brymley, Midd. See Bromley.

Brymley, , 559 (p. 327).

Brymmesfeld. See Brimpsfield.

Brymmesgrove. See Bromsgrove.

Brymmore. See Breamore.

Brymston. See Brinstow.

Brymstone, Th., 438 (4 m. 15).

Brymyngeham. See Birmingham.

Bryn, in Ireland. See Brinny.

Bryn (Brynne, Bynne), Lanc. [in Winwick], 438 (4 m. 14).

Bryne, Ant., rector of Greeford, g. 357 (29), 804 (2).
-, - (Brime), John, canon, p. 1524.
-, - (Bryn, Brynne, Brene, Brime), Th., 438 (2 m. 23).

Brynketon. See Brington.

Brynkle, Gilbert, g. 1221 (4).

Brynne. See Bourne.

Brynton. See Bruton.

Bryonnes, Pierre de, a Castilian, 3428.

Brysco. See Breisgau.

Brysell. See Bregilles.

Brysigella, Babonus, 1071 (p. 517).

Brystall. See Burstall.

Brystewyke. See Burstwick.

Bryswod, Wm., merchant of the Staple, 3144.

Brysyngham. See Bressingham.

Bryxsyn. See Brixen.

Bua Mercurio, in Venetian service, 2352 (2), 3396.

Bubwith, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 5 ? "Bukwith"):g. 519 (39).

Bucaurin, Louis Zefirus, p. 1526.

Bucheer, Guillaume, French prisoner, p. 928.

Buchrson, Ric., p. 1526. Bickertoun?

Buckby (Bukby), Ntht., 438 (3 m. 6):g. 969 (24).

Buckby (Bugby), Long-(Longbukby), Ntht., 438 (3 m. 6):g. 257 (32).

Buckby (Bukbe) Magna, Ntht., 438 (3 m. 12).

Buckden (Bukden), Hunts, 438 (3 m. 3).
-, -, letter dated at, g. 1462 (1 ii.).

Buckeley, Ric., g. 563 (18).

Buckenham (Bokenham Castell), Norf., 438 (4 m. 18), 1803 (1 m. 1).

Buckenham (Bokenham) Ferry, Norf., 438 (2 m. 8).

Buckenham (Bokenham, Buknam, Bokynham), Anne, 20 (pp. 11, 17):g. 414 (72), 638 (8).
-, - (Bokenham, Buknam), Wm., clk., p. 1534.

Bucker, Wm., purser, 2305 iii. ter.

Buckfast or Buckfast Leigh (Bokfast, Bukfast Light), Devon, 438 (3 mm. 9, 22).
-, -, abbey, g. 1123 (25).
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 381 (62).
-, -, -, John abbot of, 438 (3 m. 9).

Buckhold (Bukkeholt), Suss., 438 (3 m. 1).

Buckholt (Bukholt) Forest, Hants, g. 447 (25).

Buckholt (Bukhold) Forest, Wilts, 438 (3 m. 30).

Buckhorn Weston, Dors., 438 (4 m. 26).

Buckhurst (Bukherst), Berks, 438 (3 m. 20).

Buckingham (Bukyngham), 438 (2 mm. 8, 32), 438 (3 m. 3):g. 1316 (15).
-, -, pardon to the burgesses, 1803 (2 m. 4).
-, -, town weights and measures, 45.

Buckingham, archdeaconry of, 438 (4 m. 19).

Buckingham, Sir Edward Stafford duke of, K.G., 20 (pp. 14, 21), 37, 82 (5), 157, 205, 3412, 368, 438 (3 mm. 10, 29), 442, 474, 476, 851, 963, 1024, 1046, 1176, 1484, 1803 (2 m. 1), 1899, 2051, 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5, 6 i., ii.), 2252, 2391, 2480 (68), 3146, 3298, 3464, 3483:pp. 1534, 1537, 1538 bis, 1542, 1543 bis, 15445, 1547 bis:g. 94 (87, 89), 257 (62), 289 (44), 357 (37, 41), 546 (378), 651 (34), 784 (16), 804 (8), 833 (5), 1083 (41), 1365 (19), 1524 (16), 2055 (107), 3049 (11), 3226 (3, 5).
-, -, -, bailiffs' accounts, 1024.
-, -, -, Great Constable and Great Steward of England for the Coronation, g. 94 (87, 89).
-, -, -, signature of, 2252:g. 257 (62), 2055 (28, 71).
-, -, -, sisters of, 474.

Buckingham, Henry duke of (1483), 438 (3 m. 29).

Buckingham (Bukyngham), George, g. 833 (58 i.).

Buckinghamshire or Bucks, g. 205 (p. 106), 1409 (2, 4, 6):g. 190 (3), 218 (55), 257 (32), 381 (74), 833 (11), 969 (23, 51), 1123 (15), 1494 (9), 1662 (18, 45), 1804 (31 ii., 49), 2222 (16), 2484 (9, 17), 2684 (17, 79), 3408 (18), 3499 (12, 28).
-, -, commission of the peace, p. 1534.

Buckland (Bukland), Berks, g. 94 (51), 682 (8), 2055 (50).

Buckland (Bukland), Bucks, g. 381 (55).

Buckland (Bokelond) or B. Monachorum, Devon, 438 (4 m. 23):g. 1083 (2).
-, -, abbey, 438 (4 m. 17):g. 1083 (2).
-, -, -, abbot. See White, T. Buckland (Bokelond), Hants, g. 1083 (2).

Buckland (Bukland), Kent, 438 (2 m. 12).

Buckland or Buckland Sororum or Minchin B. (Mynchynbrokeland), Soms., 438 (2 m. 15), 438 (3 m. 34):g. 804 (52).
-, -, nunnery, 438 (4 m. 29).
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 749 (15).
-, -, -, Cecilia prioress of, 438 (4 m. 29).

Buckland Brewer (Bokeland Bruer), Devon, 438 (4 m. 17).

Buckland Dinham (Bokeland Denham), Soms., g. 546 (56).

Buckland Ripers, Dors., 438 (2 m. 7).

Buckland (Bukland), Gervaise, of the Stable, clerk of the Accatry, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40).
-, - (Buklond, Buclond), Ric., 438 (4 m. 6).

Bucknell (Bignell, Bukenehul), Oxon, 438 (4 m. 1).
-, -, rector of, 1040.

Bucknell (Buknell) woods, Ntht., g. 587 (10).

Bucknell (Buknele), Joan, widow of Thomas, 438 (4 m. 9).

Buckton (Bukton), Nthld., g. 1732 (33).

Buctiler. See Butler.

Bucton, Glouc. See Bitton.

Budbrook, Warw., g. 2055 (129).

Budde (Bude), Th., of Hewish, his account, 436.

Buddes (Buddis, Budes), Fras., sewer of the Chamber, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42), 707 (p. 383), 2480 (35), 3357.

Budeley. See Bewdley.

Budes. See Buddes.

Budleigh, East and West, Devon, hundreds of, g. 1083 (2).

Budworth, Chesh., 438 (2 m. 9), 438 (4 m. 2).

Bugby. See Buckby.

Bugge, , of Dorset, g. 11 (10).
-, -, Th., 438 (1 m. 26).

Bugthorpe, prebend, in York cathedral, 1653.

Builth (Beult, Buelth, Bilth, Beelthe), in the Marches of Wales, 438 (3 m. 33): g. 749 (17), 1804 (1), 3324 (45).

Buk (Bukke), Robert, principal of New Inn, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, Wm., 438 (1 m. 19).

Bukberd, Ralph, gentleman usher, 20 (p. 14):g. 218 (35), 357 (7).

Bukby, Th., 438 (2 m. 21).

Bukenehul. See Bucknell.

Bukhurst alias Godhurst [in Chigwell], Essex, g. 289 (16).

Bukke, Rob., alias Bures, q.v.

Bukkehold. See Buckhold.

Bukkett, Wm., 438 (4 m. 10).

Bukland. See Buckland.

Bukley. See Bulkeley.

Bukmer, Gregory, chief carpenter at Calais, g. 289 (48).

Buknahams manor, Suff., g. 414 (30).

Buknam. See Buckenham.

Buknell. See Bucknell.

Bukrigge. See Puckridge.

Buksted. See Buxted.

Bukton, Glouc. See Bitton.

Bukwith. See Bubwith.

Bukyngton. See Bickington.

Bulbeke. See Bolebec.

Bulcombe (Bulcome), Wm., 438 (3 m. 2):p. 1542.

Bulde. See Bolde.

Bulduke. See Bois le Duc.

Bulgarini. See Burgarini.

Bulkeley or Bulkley, Charles, g. 3499 (71).
-, -, Ric., yeoman of the Crown, 438 (1 m. 22).
-, -, Rob., 438 (3 m. 28):g. 833 (58 ii.), 2484 (17), 2964 (67).
-, - (Bukley, Bukeley), Roland, constable of Beaumaris, 438 (3 m. 27).
-, -, Th., 2392 (p. 1063).
-, -, Th., serjeant at arms, g. 94 (18).
-, - (Bukley), Wm., 438 (3 m. 27):g. 1083 (46).

Bulker. See Boker.

Bulkey, Agnes, g. 924 (27).

Bulkington, Wilts, 438 (4 m. 20).

Bull or Bulle (Boyll, Buyll, Boill), Alex., 438 (2 m. 6).
-, - (Boll, Bolle), John, 3338:g. 3324 (29), 3408 (26).
-, -, John, of Southwell College, p. 1528.
-, -, Ric., 874 (2), 3148, 3313 (6):p. 1505.
-, - (Boll), Rob., 1613.
-, - (Bole), Stephen or Sir Stephen, ship captain, 438 (3 m. 19), 1260, 1414, 1453 (p. 663), 1463 viii., 1464, 1480, 1661 (1, 3, 4), 1844, 2304, 2478, 2652, 2686, 2738, 2842, 2938, 2946, 3513:p. 1518.
-, -, Stephen, trumpet, 2803.
-, -, Wm., trumpet, 1778, 2803, 3320:p. 1519.
-, - (Bulle or Bulla), Wm., mercer. See Bulley.

Bullen. See Boleyn.

Bullesover. See Bolsover.

Bulley (Bulla, Bulle, Bullow), Wm., mercer, 438 (3 m. 20):g. 414 (32), 784 (30), 1494 (22), 2055 (101).

Bulleyn. See Boleyn.

Bullington (Bolyngton, Bulyngton), Linc., priory, 438 (2 m. 21), 438 (3 m. 15).
-, -, -, prior. See Jordane, J.

Bullington (Bolyngton), hundred, Oxon, g. 94 (35).

Bullock (Bulloke), John, 438 (2 m. 27).
-, -, Th. alias Dekylburgh, prior of Mendham, 438 (4 m. 10).
-, -, Wm., 3529.

Bullow. See Bulley.

Bullwell, Notts, g. 2684 (27).

Bullyngbroke. See Bolingbroke.

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

Bulmer (Bowmer), Yorks, rector of, 438 (4 m. 9).

Bulmer, Sir John, knighted after Flodden, 2246 (4 ii.).
-, -, Sir Walter, g. 804 (21).
-, -, Sir Wm., sheriff of Northumberland, 2239, 2279, 22834, 2382, 2394, 2651, 3170:p. 1547:g. 257 (49, 88), 804 (29 v., x.), 833 (50 iv.), 969 (23), 1365 (3), 1494 (9), 2484 (9), 2772 (50), 3408 (33), 3499 (12).

Bulsterd. See Bustard.

Bulstrode, Mr., of Kent, 677.
-, - (Bolstrode), Edw., esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 14), 438 (3 m. 29):p. 1534.
-, -, Margaret, 438 (3 m. 29).
-, -, Ric., 438 (3 m. 29).
-, -, Th., 2293.
-, -, Walter, p. 1542.
-, -, Wm., 20 (p. 15), 82 (pp. 38, 41), 312, 438 (2 m. 32), 1752:p. 1534:g. 132 (44), 2222 (16 Bucks.), 2484 (9), 3499 (12).

Bulwick (Bulwyk), Ntht., 438 (3 m. 23).

Buly, Th. See Bewley.

Bumbill. See Bommel.

Bumpstead Helion (Bumsted or Bomstede H.), Essex, 438 (1 m. 14).

Bumpstead Steeple (B. at the Tower), Essex, 1803 (1 m. 1).

Bunbry, John, g. 485 (19).

Bunbury, Ric., g. 2137 (23).

Bunche (Bunshe), John, purser, 2043, 3148:p. 1548.

Buncle, Wm., abbot of Kilwinning, q.v.

Bungay (Bungey), Suff., 438 (1 m. 21), 438 (2 m. 32).
-, -, nunnery, 438 (2 m. 32).
-, -, -, prioress of. See Stevenson, E.

Bunny (Boney), Yorks, vicar of, p. 1531.

Bunowlte. See Benolt.

Bunsall. See Bonsall.

Bunshe. See Bunche.

Buntanes. See Bontemps.

Buntayn or Bountayn, Mr. John, clerk of the Counting House, the Queen's avener, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 41).

Bunting, John, of the Chapel, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 41), 707.
-, -, Wm., g. 2862 (7).
-, -, William alias John Codenham, abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, 205, 341, 438 (2 m. 32), 438 (4 m. 6), 963, 1046, 1661 (p. 752), 2765, 3464.

Buntingsdale, Salop, 438 (4 m. 12).

Burbage (Borbage), Wilts, 438 (1 m. 16).

Burbank, Wm., servant of Cardinal Bainbridge, 3125, 3164, 3166, 3177, 3183, 32034, 3219, 3261, 3304:p. 1531.
-, -, -, letters from, 32034.

Burbone, M. de. See Bourbon, Charles duke of.

Burborow. See Bourbourg.

Burcestre. See Bicester.

Burche. See Birch.

Burde. See Bird.

Burden, Wm., g. 158 (91).

Burdett (Burdyte), Sir John, King's spear, ship captain, 1453 ii., v., 1661, 2480 (33):App. 26.
-, -, John, p. 1546.

Burdon, John, 1451.
-, -, Rose, widow, loan to, 2712.
-, -, Th., mayor of Calais (15089), 193.

Burdyews. See Bordeaux.

Bures (Burys, Burrys, Bewers), Suff., 438 (3 m. 1), 438 (4 m. 21).

Bures (Buresse), Rob. alias Bukke, 438 (3 m. 16 bis).

Bureton. See Burton.

Burford (Borefford, Burfard, or B. on the Wold), Oxon, 1803 (1 m. 3):g. 682 (8).
-, -, confirmation of charters for, g. 414 (42).
-, -, the George inn, g. 519 (27).

Burford, Salop, g. 1172 (22).

Burford, Baron of. See Cornwall, Sir T.

Burfyld Chace. See Stourfield.

Burgany. See Abergavenny.

Burgarini (Bergamini, Bulgarini, Burgarnus), the company, pp. 1521, 15267.
-, -, Peter Francis, p. 1526.

Burgate, Hants, 438 (3 m. 28):g. 2964 (67).

Burges in Flanders. See Bruges.

Burges, co. Tipperary, p. 1524.

Burges, John, draper, g. 784 (30).

Burgestia. See Borrisoleigh.

Burgevenny. See Abergavenny.

Burgeys, Th., g. 833 (21).

Burgh (Barowe, Borough), Norf., 438 (3 m. 4):g. 2617 (33).

Burgh, Westmld., p. 1529.
-, -, vicar of, p. 1529.

Burgh, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 19), 438 (2 m. 19).

Burgh near Aylsham (Borough near Alesham), Norf., g. 924 (9), 2055 (95 iii.).
-, -, rector presented, g. 158 (34).

Burgh by Catrik. See Brough.

Burgh (Borough) in le Mershe, Linc., 438 (2 mm. 201), 1803 (1 m. 3).

Burgh under Stanmore. See Brough.

Burgh, Eliz., daughter of Wm., 438 (2 m. 19).
-, -, John, g. 1948 (38).
-, -, Ric., alias Johnson, q.v.
-, -, Rob., 20 (p. 17).
-, -, Wm., 438 (1 m. 19).
-, - See also Borough, and Brough.

Burgham, Surr., 438 (2 m. 5).

Burgham, Westmld. See Brougham.

Burghchester. See Bicester.

Burghe. See Brough.

Burgherst. See Burwash.

Burghfield (Birfeld, Byrfeld Abbot), Berks, 438 (1 m. 13):g. 257 (34), 1662 (11).

Burghill, Heref., 1803 (1 m. 3).

Burghill, Ric., g. 1804 (41).
-, - (Burghull), Wm., 438 (1 m. 22).

Burght. See Borough.

Burghton. See Bourton.

Burghwell. See Burwell.

Burghwey (Borowey), Nic., fishmonger, 438 (1 m. 2).

Burgo, Andrea de. See Borgo, A. da.
-, -, Thomas de. See Bourke.

Burgon. See Burgoyne.

Burgos (Borgus, Bwrgus, Bourges), in Spain, 993, 1108, 1119, 1197, 1326 (pp. 613, 617), 1509 (p. 696), 1511 (p. 699), 2131, 2459:App. 26:g. 885 (6), 1044 (3).
-, -, letters &c. dated at, 864, 997, 1011, 1304, 1320, 1326 (p. 615), 1519.

Burgovenny. See Abergavenny.

Burgoyne, John, g. 1083 (14).
-, - (Burgon), Th., g. 2617 (17), 3499 (55).
-, -, Wm., clk., p. 1534.

Burgundians, horsemen in Henry VIII.'s service, 1241, 1245, 1252, 1569, 1630, 1639, 1713, 1932, 1934, 1950, 19623, 2053 (6 ii., 7), 2083, 2089, 2128 ("Hennuyers"), 2160, 2189, 2208, 2225, 2391 (p. 1059), 2414, 2835, 28778, 2894, 2995, 3009, 3018 (p. 1302), 3056, 3082, 3257:g. 2684 (88).
-, -, -, book of payments, 2995.
-, -, retainers, 1934.

Burgundy (i.e. Franche Comt) and Burgundians, 406, 446, 565, 572, 578, 590, 982, 1102, 1301 (pp. 594, 596), 1309, 1311, 1334, 1370, 1434, 1447, 1456, 1559, 1658, 1665 (p. 765), 1741, 1866, 1884 (pp. 8589), 2056, 2063, 2074, 2079, 2083, 2101, 2113, 2115, 2144, 2198, 22034, 2225, 2230, 2259, 2396, 2495, 2532, 2597, 2633, 2646, 2705, 2748, 2841, 3018 (p. 1302), 3210, 3417 (p. 1437).
-, -, duke of. See Charles.
-, -, marshal of. See Vergy.
-, -, president [of the parliament] of. See Gattinara, M. de.

Burgundy, House of, 13, 84, 325 (2), 568, 1557, 1679, 261314, 2646, 2670, 2756, 2985.
-, -, chancellor of, letter to, 660.
-, -, Senate of. See Flanders.

Burgus Novus. See under Blois.

Burlace (Borlase, Burlas Burges), Cornw., 438 (3 m. 22), 438 (4 m. 9).

Burlace (Borlase, Burlaas Burlas), Ric., 438 (4 m. 9).
-, - (Burlas, Burlaas, Borlas), Th., 438 (3 m. 22).

Burlescombe (Burscum), Devon, 438 (2 m. 23).

Burlewe, 2383.

Burley, Hants, g. 2484 (6).

Burley, Rutl., 438 (2 m. 13), 438 (3 m. 23).

Burley Lodge, Leic., 438 (4 m. 1).

Burley (Burlee), John, gentleman usher, 438 (3 m. 15):g. 1083 (39).

Burlton (Burleton), Heref., 1803 (1 m. 2).

Burlyng. See Birling.

Burman, John, vicar of Ashby [Canons Ashby ?], 1410.

Burn (Burne), Yorks, g. 833 (51).

Burn, John, subprior of Whitby, g. 2861 (35).

Burnand (Birnaund), George, 1493.

Burne, Linc. See Bourne.

Burne, Baron de. See Bearn.
-, -, John. See Burnett.

Burneby, Th., g. 2055 (23).

Burnell, Henry, 438 (4 m. 22).
-, -, John, 438 (4 m. 22).

Burnett, Henry, p. 1549.
-, - (Burneytt, Burne), John, 438 (2 mm. 4, 7), 1505.

Burnham, Bucks, nunnery, confirmation for, g. 1494 (43).
-, -, vicar of, p. 1527.

Burnham, Essex, 438 (4 m. 20).

Burnham, Norf., 1803 (2 m. 6).
-, -, Carmelite Friars, 438 (4 m. 9).
-, -, -, prior. See Fakenham, J.
-, -, Polsted Hall, g. 969 (30).

Burnham Broom (Barnhambrowne), Norf., g. 2617 (37).

Burnley (Borunley, Bourneley), Lanc., 438 (2 m. 11).

Burnorius. See Gambara.

Burntone, Wm. de, g. 519 (42).

Burpham (Bargham), Suss., 559:g. 709 (59).

Burradon (Boroughdon), Nthld., 438 (3 m. 25).

Burre, Th., g. 604 (48).

Burrington (Bereton, Beryton), Heref., 438 (2 m. 22).

Burrowe, Ntht. See Peterborough.

Burrys or Burys. See Bures.

Burslem (Bursleym), Staff., 438 (2 m. 6).

Burstall (Brystall), Yorks, 496.

Burstall, John, g. 1602 (42).

Burston, Norf., g. 257 (6), 2964 (20, 52).

Burston, John, g. 11 (10).
-, -, Th., pardon for, g. 218 (41).

Burstwick (Brystewyke), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 6).

Bursy, Arnold, shipmaster, 2938 ii.

Burtergill (Burtrygill), Westmld., 1803 (2 m. 1).

Burthorp, Linc., g. 2684 (2).

Burton, Berks. See Bourton.

Burton (Bureton), Chesh., 438 (3 m. 9).

Burton, co. Denbigh [in Gresford parish], g. 731 (45).

Burton, Linc., 1803 (1 m. 4).

Burton (Burton Fery), co. Pembroke, rector of, g. 132 (79).

Burton, Staff., g. 709 (22).

Burton, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 26).

Burton Agnes (Annes Burton), Yorks, 438 (2 mm. 4, 24):g. 651 (25), 1494 (2).

Burton, Bishop's- (Bysshopburton), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 17).

Burton Bradstock (Byrton), Dors., 438 (1 m. 3).

Burton upon Dunsmore, Warw., rector of, p. 1523.

Burton Joyce (Burtonyose), Notts, 438 (4 m. 14).

Burton Latymer, Ntht., g. 587 (10).
-, -, Nether manor and Prior's manor in, g. 1083 (41).

Burton Lazars, Leic., hospital, 1525, 2536.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 485 (11).
-, -, -, master of. See Norton, T.

Burton Stather, Linc., 438 (2 m. 32).

Burton upon Trent, Staff. and Derb., 438 (2 m. 13), 438 (4 m. 11).
-, -, abbey, abbot of. See Beene, W.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 414 (39).

Burton, West- (B. next Sturton), Notts, 438 (1 m. 22).

Burton Wood (Burtenwode), Lanc., 438 (3 m. 33), 438 (4 m. 16).

Burton, , servant to the Earl of Oxford, 1905.
-, -, Davy, gentleman of the Chapel, 707:g. 857 (13), 1170 (2).
-, -, Edmond, 438 (4 m. 22):p. 1548:g. 587 (21).
-, - (Borton), Eliz., 20 (p. 17):g. 3324 (13).
-, -, James, of the Guard, 20 (p. 15).
-, -, John, 20 (p. 13), 438 (1 m. 20):g. 132 (51), 833 (41), 969 (77).
-, -, John, prior of St. Frideswide's, Oxford, g. 1804 (5), 1968 (22), 2055 (35).
-, -, Sir John, App. 26.
-, -, Ric., p. 1541:g. 1494 (9), 1662 (23).
-, -, Rob., 438 (2 m. 7):g. 132 (26).
-, -, Roger, 82 (p. 42).
-, -, Th., 82 (p. 41):g. 94 (10).

Burward (Burghward), John, 438 (3 m. 5).

Burwash (Burghwasse, Burgherst), Suss., 438 (2 m. 10), 438 (4 m. 10). 559 (? "Barerch").

Burwell (Burghwell, Borewell, Borwell, Burvell), Wm., King's plumber, &c., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 438 (3 m. 11), 438 (4 m. 9), 1032 (2), 2540:p. 1513:g. 132 (30), 924 (21).
-, -, -, declaration by, 1982.

Burwode (Barwod), John, 438 (4 m. 7).

Bury (Bery), Lanc., 438 (1 m. 12).

Bury St. Edmunds (Bury, Bery), 438 (1 mm. 6, 7, 13, 25), 438 (2 m. 9), 438 (3 mm. 18, 31 bis), 438 (4 mm. 1, 5, 24), 1661 (p. 752), 1803 (2 m. 3):g. 969 (13), 1221 (4).
-, -, abbey, 438 (2 m. 32):p. 1528:g. 94 (35), 414 (72), 546 (17), 632 (8), 1044 (20), 1948 (4), 2861 (25).
-, -, -, abbot. See Bunting, W.; Melford, J.
-, -, -, election of abbot, g. 1732 (50), 1836 (6), 1948 (88).

Bury (Bery, Berrey), Edmond, 438 (3 m. 4):p. 1542:g. 132 (26).
-, - (Bery), John, p. 1534:g. 969 (70), 1221 (21), 1462 (15) 2772 (39).
-, -, Lewis, g. 414 (29). 1123 (22).
-, -, Philip, g. 257 (14).
-, -, Ric., 438 (1 m. 22).
-, - (Bery, Berry, Burry, Bary, Barry), Th., 438 (2 m. 23), 1803 (2 m. 5). See Notes and Errata, No. 784.
-, -, Sir Th., 2053 (5). Misreading of Lucy, q.v.

Busby, Yorks, g. 519 (52).

Busby (Busbe, Bushby, Bussheby), Andrew, 438 (1 m. 5).
-, -, Wm., rector of St. Mary's, Hoo, g. 731 (25).

Busche or Bussche, Sir Miles. See Bussy.

Buselles, in Brabant, g. 357 (11).

Buser, Hans, captain of Germans, 2220.

Bush (Busshy, Bussh, Bushe, Bussy), Edm., p. 1540:g. 132 (65), 257 (49), 969 (52), 1524 (40).
-, - (Busshe), Sir Edmond, g. 632 (26).
-, - (Bussy), Sir Hugh, 438 (3 m. 11).
-, - (Busshe, Bussche, Busche, Busshy), Sir Miles, 438 (3 m. 11), 1661 (3, 4 p. 752):pp. 1518, 1540:g. 132 (65), 2222 (16 Linc.).
-, - (Busshe), Miles, clk., canon of Llandewi Brefi, g. 132 (12).
-, - (Busshe, Bosshe), Th., 438 (3 m. 16).
-, - (Busshe), Wm. or Sir Wm., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707:p. 1540:g. 731 (31), 3499 (44).

Bushley (Bussheley), Worc., g. 1524 (47).

Bushmead (Busshemede) priory, 438 (3 m. 18).
-, -, prior. See Norwich, G.

Bushy. See Bussy; also Bush.

Busi. See Bussy.

Buskegage, Suss., g. 289 (13), 2863 (10).

Busleiden, Jerome, letter from, 967.

Buslingthorp, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 14).

Bussaige, M. de. See Bouchage.

Busse. See Bois le Duc.

Busset, , letters from, 1277 passim, 1301 passim.

Busshe. See Bush.

Bussheby. See Busby.

Bussheler, Wm., 2738.

Busshell, Roger, g. 924 (37).

Bussheme. See Rushmore.

Busshey, Herts, g. 833 (14), 1415 (3).

Bussici, Dominic, a Stradiot, 1071 (p. 518).

Bussy. See Bush.

Bussy (Busi, Bushy), M. de, taken prisoner at Guinegate, 1301 (p. 598), 2173 (3), 2230, 2237, 2254 ii., 2392 iii.

Busta ..., a Turkish naval commander, 1604.

Bustard (Bulsterd, Busterd), John, p. 1542.

Bustelsham. See Bisham.

Buston, High and Low, Nthld., g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Butchers, 438 (1 mm. 2, 4, 19, 22, 23), 438 (2 mm. 5, 10, 24 bis, 25, 30, 32, 33 bis), 438 (3 mm. 3, 6 bis, 18, 29), 438 (4 mm. 1, 4, 6, 16, 24, 25), 1416, 1803 (mm. 1 ter, 2, 4, 6 bis), 1803 (2 m. 2):p. 1496:g. 784 (19), 1083 (14), 1221 (14), 1494, (11), 1602 (9), 3049 (12).

Bute. See Butts.

Bute, in Scotland, rectory of, 1348.

Buthaven, in Scotland, 3349 (p. 1411).

Butleigh (Botely, Butcley), Soms. 438 (2 m. 31), 1803 (2 m. 6).

Butler, , 1493 v.
-, - (Botyller), Mrs., 82 (pp. 38, 41).
-, - (Butteler), Agnes, g. 158 (15).
-, - (Boteler), Alice, g. 651 (8).
-, - (Rutile), Edmund, clk., p. 1530.
-, - (Botyller), Eliz., 438 (3 mm. 7, 15).
-, - (Boteler, Botler, Botteler), George, 438 (3 m. 17).
-, - (Butteler), Henry, g. 2055 (10).
-, -, Humphrey, 2392 (p. 1063).
-, - (Boteler, Boteller), James, 438 (4 m. 21).
-, -, James, clk., g. 11 (10).
-, - (Buctiler), James, prior of Athassel, p. 1525.
-, - (Boteler, Botler, Butteler), John, of Solihull, 20 (p. 16), 438 (1 mm. 4, 15), 438 (2 m. 18), 438 (3 m. 5), 438 (4 m. 10), 1803 (1 m. 4), 1803 (2 m. 6), 2537:g. 218 (12), 1221 (30), 1836 (18).
-, - (Botiller), John, justice of Common Pleas, 82 (p. 39), 205 (p. 106), 315, 341, 963, 1046, 2787, 3464 (2):pp. 15367, 1538 bis, 1540, 15445:g. 11 (5), 132 (48), 218 (1), 257 (85), 381 (39), 519 (44), 546 (41, 47), 709 (34, 62), 833 (2), 924 (14), 1266 (41), 1316 (14), 1662 (1), 1732 (2, 16, 25), 1948 (10), 2055 (114), 2137 (11), 2222 (16 Herts), 2484 (15, 27), 2684 (9), 3049 (26).
-, -, -, signature of, g. 257 (85).
-, -, Maurice, serjeant at arms, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42).
-, -, Piers, 82 (p. 42).
-, - (Boteler), Philip, g. 3408 (20).
-, - (Boteler), Ralph, g. 651 (8).
-, - (Boteller, Boteler), Roger, g. 969 (60).
-, - (Botiller, Botele), Th., 20 (p, 19), 82 (p. 40), 438 (3 m. 13), 1803 (2 m. 3):g. 132 (7).
-, -, Thomas, earl of Ormond, q.v.
-, -, Sir Th., 20 (p. 16).
-, -, Walter, butler, 438 (2 m. 5).
-, - (Butteler), Wm., g. 11 (10), 1316 (4).
-, - (Buttlar), Wm., alderman, 438 (3 m. 7).
-, -, Wm., canon of Windsor, 781.
-, - (Botyller, Butteler), Wm., serjeant at arms, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42), 707, 1450 (p. 661):g. 190 (16), 784 (50), 3107 (3).

Butlerage and prisage, g. 709 (14), 1948 (31), 3107 (20).
-, - accounts, 184, 577, 874, 1405, 2314, 3313.

Butlers (buttelers), 438 (2 m. 5), 438 (3 m. 18).

Butlery, the office of the, 438 (1 m. 9).

Butley (Butlegh, Buttley), Suff., priory, 438 (1 m. 8).
-, -, -, prior. See Breamore, R.
-, -, -, election of prior, g. 94 (106), 132 (76), 289 (28).

Butrigario, Goleaz, Papal nuncio to Spain, 2595.

Butteler. See Butler.

Butter, Rob., g. 2137 (27).

Buttercrambe (Buttercamp), Yorks, 438 (3 m. 6):g. 94 (67), 132 (115), 289 (5).

Butterwick, Linc., 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (3 m. 18), 1803 (1 m. 5).

Buttes, John, auditor, 1024:g. 485 (58).
-, - (Butte, Bute, Buttis), Walter, 438 (4 m. 23).

Buttill or Buttle, John, 20 (p. 16):g. 1003 (13), 2484 (31).

Buttlesden. See Biddlesden.

Button, James, g. 519 (24).
-, -, Ric., g. 519 (24).
-, - (Buttun), Roger, 438 (2 m. 10).

Buttrey. See Botry.

Buwlew. See Beaulieu.

Buxhall (Buxale), Suff., 438 (1 m. 4):g. 414 (30).

Buxted (Buksted), Suss., 438 (2 mm. 13, 23). See Notes and Errata, No. 784.

Buxton, Norf., 438 (1 m. 17).

Buyll. See Bull.

Byarne. See Bearn.

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

Byde. See Hyde.

Bydenham. See Biddenham.

Bye. See Lea.

Byerd, Rob., messenger, 20 (p. 16).

Byerne. See Bearn.

Byernesys. See Bearn.

Byeul (Beule, Byoul), Georges, French prisoner, 2172:p. 928.

Byfield (Byfeld), Ntht., 438 (4 m. 10).
-, -, rector of, 438 (4 m. 6).

Byfleet (Biflete), Surr., 1803 (1 m. 6):g. 1602 (26).

Bygod, John, 1363.
-, - (Bigott), Sir Ralph, g. 257 (49).

Bygrave (Bigrave), Herts, 438 (1 m. 19).
-, -, rector of, p. 1528.

Byhobya. See Behobia.

Byker, Linc., g. 1266 (9).

Bykerton. See Bickerton.

Bykford, John, 1803 (2 m. 4).

Bykkerston. See Bixton.

Bykley, ,2392.

Byknell. See Bickenhill.

Bykton. See Bickton.

Bykylswade. See Biggleswade.

Bykynton. See Bickington.

Byland abbey, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 22), 438 (4 m. 15).
-, -, abbot. See Farlington, John.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 632 (34).

Bylby. See Beilby.

Bylby, John, g. 2222 (16 Yorks).

Bylde, Ove, Chancellor of Denmark, letter to, 2731.

Byle. See Boyle.

Byleby. See Beilby.

Byley. See Beeley.

Byllerne, Wm., clk., 438 (1 m. 11).

Byllesthorp. See Belmesthorpe.

Bylly. See Beverley.

Bylston, Suff. See Bildeston.

Bymaker. See Bennecar.

Byndon. See Bendon.

Byndon abbey, Dors., g. 1524 (11).

Byndre. See Dindor.

Byng, John, g. 2484 (5).

Bynne. See Bryn.

Byoul. See Byeul.

Byrchayn, Friar Adam, 2090.

Byrdlyngton. See Bridlington.

Byreport. See Bridport.

Byrfeld. See Burghfield.

Byrley, John, a demi-lance, 1450 (p. 4661).

Byrn, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 10).

Byrner, Wm., g. 2055 (49).

Byron, Joan widow of Sir Nicholas, 438 (4 m. 14).
-, - (Biron, Diron), John, 1176 (3), 1661 (4):p. 1542:g. 804 (29 ii.), 833 (50 ii.), 969 (23), 1524 (18), 1732 (49), 2222 (16 Notts), 2861 (7).

Byrton, Dors. See Burton Bradstock.

Byry, Ralph, vicar of St. James's, Shaftesbury, p. 1531.

Bys, John . See Avys.

Byset. See Bisset.

Bysquey. See Biscay.

Byssey. See Bisley.

Bysshopereton, Devon. See Cheriton.

Byssy, , a Fleming, 2383.

Bystley. See Bisley.

Bythe More, Roger, 1803 (2 m. 3).

Bythesee (Bithesee), Rob., g. 2484 (23).

Byton. See Beighton.

Bytteyne, Jasper, dit Paris, French prisoner, p. 928.

Bywell, Nthld., g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).
-, - See also Diwell.

Byxster, Suss., 1803 (2 m. 1).