Index
L - Z

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Reginald R. Sharpe (editor)

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1901

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272-290

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'Index: L - Z', Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: C: 1291-1309 (1901), pp. 272-290. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33070 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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"La Affeyte," Sarracota, 5
-, - - William, son of, 5

Lacy, Henry de, Earl of Lincoln, 29n., 44, 97, 115, 195
-, - - the King's deputy in Aquitaine, 137, 138

"Ladalil," 45, 48
-, - Philip, host of, 45

Ladelane, 238

"La Godeyer," ship called, 13

"La Grave," a letter dated from, 130

Lalham, John de, 171

Lambin, Lambyn, Edmund, 195, 196, 243
-, - William, 30, 36, 55, 67, 168, 196

Lancaster, Earl of. See Plantagenet, Edmund.

Laner, Lanere, Osbert le, 9, 38

Lanercost, 150, 153

Langebourne, Ward of, 57, 105

Langele, 154

Langele, Langeleye, Geoffrey de, 167, 201
-, - John de, 205
-, - Jordan de, 201

Langetone, Langtone, Sir Walter (de), Bishop of Chester (Coventry and Lichfield) and Treasurer to the King, 102, 117, 118, 130, 132, 135, 137, 140, 164, 231; his letter to the City on the battle of Falkirk, 26; desires to make a park and warren in his manor of Greneford, 152; complaints invited against, 156

"Larmurer," Manekyn, 202

"La Roperie," street called, 207

Latimer, John le, 187, 188

Laufare, John de, 129
-, - Randkyn de, 18
-, - Roger de, 86
-, - William de, 38, 143, 195

Launde (or Lodinton, co. Leic.), John, the Prior of, 220

Laundone, Philip de, 111

Laur', William de, citizen of Bayonne, 137

Laurence, Laurens, John, 162
-, - Robert, 23

Lavener, Lavenere, Dionisia, 46
-, - William, 230

"La Yenlade," 162, 166

"Le Arche" on Walbrook, a lane called, 35

Leather, brokers of, appointed, 127

Leathersellers, craf' of, 127

"Le Bousishous," house called, 183

Leche, Alice, 45

"Le Escluse," 190

Lefchild, William, 139, 140n., 202

Leger, John, 48

Leghe, Walter de, 112

Leghtone, Philip de, 96

Leke, Ralph de, 111

Lemburgh, Duke of See Brabant

Lengleys, William, 47

Lenham, John de, 216

Lenne, Robert de, 48, 194, 199
-, - Vincent de, 5

Lentone, Thomas de, 123

Leostan the goldsmith, 219
-, - Wyzo, son of, 219

Lesnes, Gilbert de, 104

Leuegar the priest, 220

Leuessone (Levessone ?), Richard, 240

Leukenore, the Lady of, imprisonment of, 140
-, - Nicholas de, Keeper of the King's Wardrobe, 228

Leutour, John le, 137, 138

Lewes, Leuwes, John de, 58
-, - William de, 22, 131
-, - - Alice, relict of, 131
-, - - Edmund, son of, 131
-, - - John, son of, 131

Leyburne, Roger de, 233

Leycestre, Sir Henry de, clerk of the King, 213, 214, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 247

Leyham, William de, tailor, 18

Leyre, Leire, Lyre, William de, 26, 28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 37, 39, 43, 50, 51, 53, 60, 65, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72, 78, 80, 82, 83, 91, 93, 101, 102, 103, 105, 106, 107, 109, 110, 111,

Leyre, Leire, Lyre, William de: 113, 114, 115, 119, 120, 121, 126, 132, 133, 136, 138, 141, 143, 148, 149, 152, 153, 155, 158, 165, 167, 168, 169, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 183, 190, 194, 195, 196, 199, 200, 204, 205, 210, 211
-, - - a locum tenens of the Mayor, 41, 67, 72, 76, 77, 94, 189
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 36
-, - - John de Sheperede, clerk of, 120

Lichefeld, Thomas de, 125

Lincoln, Parliament at, 102, 105, 138
-, - Earl of. See Lacy, Henry de.
-, - Robert Blovet, Bishop of, 224

Lincoln, or "Nichole," John de, 49, 51, 57, 95, 98, 107, 108, 121, 122, 126, 127, 139, 141, 144, 172, 176, 194, 195, 196, 202, 204, 213, 214, 241, 242, 244
-, - - Katharine, wife of, 202
-, - - elected Sheriff, 175
-, - Katharine de, 135
-, - Roger de, 130, 134, 135, 141

Lindesey, Lyndesseye, &c., Gilbert de, 189
-, - John de, 86, 173
-, - William de, 20

Linlee, John de, 5

Linliscu, Lynlfscu (Linlithgow), 103, 106, 123

Lintone, Lyntone, Robert de, 67
-, - Roger de, 202

Listowe, John de, 137

Littele, John de, 162

"Littele Hobbe," a man named, 111

Livres parisis, 230n.

Livres tournois, 59n., 89, 230n.

"Loge," a small house called, 239

Lombard, Lumbard, Bartholomew le, merchant, 49
-, - Henry, 45
-, - "Stold" (le), 43, 48

London, citizens of, to be quit of toll in Winchester, 134
-, - a county per se, 136
-, - Archdeacon of, 130
-, - - William, 222
-, - Bishop of, encloses woods at Stebenhethe, 4, 5; his villeins deprived of the freedom of the City, 149
-, - Bishops of:
-, Baldok, Ralph de, 171
-, Gravesend, Richard de, 4, 5
-, Maurice, 218, 219
-, Sigello, Robert de, 223, 224

London, Hanekyn de, 65

London, Henry de, clerk, 171

London Bridge, Wardens' accounts of, 30, 31, 70; the custody of, granted to Queen Eleanor, 61; Wardens of, to be quit of tallages and offices, 72; payments in aid of, 73; house on, held by Simon le Coteler, 76; pontage devoted to the maintenance of, 76; acquittance under common seal to Wardens of, 78; unlawful distress taken by bailiffs of, 83; toll not to be demanded of merchants of New Sarum by bailiffs of, 86; fines for the benefit of, 101; gifts to fabric of, 120, 121, 130n., 131; pontage of, let to ferm, 166; Gil bert Cros, sworn Warden of, 133; John le Benere, Warden of, 141

Londoneston, William de, clerk, 147

Londr', Walter de, 3
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 3
-, - - John, son of, 3
-, - - Petronilla, wife of, 3
-, - - ordinance touching the will of, 3

Long. See Lung.

Lorchyn, Robert, 212

Lorimer, Edmund le, the Small Beam or Balance granted to, 155
-, - Gregory (le), 23, 38

Lothbury, Ward of, otherwise Broad Street Ward, 12

Lou, Lupus, Martin, 2
-, - Robert le, 58
-, - William le, 38

Louis [IX.], King of France, 229, 231, 232, 233

Louvain, Duke of. See Brabant.

Love, Robert, 191
-, - - Hawysia, wife of, 191

Lovekyn, Henry, tailor, 211

Lovet, Robert, 25

Lovetot, Lovetoft, Sir John de, senior, 18, 19

Loveyne, Godfrey, 52

Low, Robert de, 113

Lubard, Elias, 48

Lucas, John, 36, 92, 94, 243

Lucy, Richard de, 221, 223

Luda, Lue, John de, Knt, 171
-, - - "Anneis," sister of, 171
-, - - Elizabeth, "compaigne" of, 171
-, - - Sir Richard, brother of, 171

Ludgate, 58, 183, 238
-, - the murage of, let to ferm, 163

Lung, Long, Loung, John le, 213, 243, 244
-, - Nicholas le, 1, 7, 167, 201, 240
-, - - Laurence, son of, 167

Lung, Long, Loung, Roger le, 161, 244
-, - - John, son of, 244
-, - Thomas le, 111

Lungevile, Lungewile, John de, 40
-, - Richard de, 45, 88

Lupi, Arnald, 47, 49

Lutone, Luthone, Luttone, John de, 212
-, - William de, 113, 227

Lyanne, Reginald de, 230
-, - William de, 230

Lyhtfot, Robert, 140n.

Lyouns, Nicholas de, 230

M

Maderman, Nicholas le, blader, 172
-, - - Avice, wife of, 172

Magna Carta, 31, 32n.

Magnan, Reymund de, 49

Maheu, John, 198

Makayn, Reymund, 234

Maldone, Richard de, taverner, 208

"Maletote," 122n.

Malins, Henry Scof de, 124

Malmesbyri, Henry the Chaplain, called de, 66

Maloysel, Thomas, 69

Mandeville, Geoffrey de, Earl of Essex, 218, 221
-, - - Rohesia, wife of, 222
-, - - grants certain mills to the church of H. Trinity, Aldgate, 222

Manent, Bydan (Bydau?), Vidan (Vidau?), 115, 189

Marberer, Walter le, 68

Marche, David de la, 198
-, - Gilbert de la, 2, 5, 23, 28, 33, 38, 92
-, - - Margery, late wife of, 92
-, - Hugh de la, 139n., 140
-, - Robert de la, 139n., 140
-, - William de la, 67
-, - - Dean of St. Martin le Grand and Treasurer of the King's Exchequer, 9, 38, 231

Marechal, Mareschal, Marshal, Gilbert le, 23, 37, 46, 49, 105
-, - Henry, 46
-, - John le, 48
-, - - de Wileby, 242
-, - Roger le, 24
-, - Thomas le, 45
-, - William, 48

Margeis, Margeys, Reymon, Remund de, 65, 199

Mariota, residing in the house of William de Harwe, 58

Maritania, Roger de, 233, 235. See also Moreteyn.

Marl', William, 223

Marshals, the Kings, appropriate houses for the Coronation, 158
-, - - the Sheriffs appear before, on a charge of illegal arrest, 160

Martel, Philip, clerk, 130

Martin, Alice, "Gildestere," 123

Massingham, John de, mercer, 241

Massoun, Ralph le, 67

Masuel (Masnel?), Thomas le, 45

Matilda, Queen of King Stephen, 221, 222, 223; confirms grant to the Priory of H. Trinity, 223
-, - daughter of King Stephen, 222, 223

Mauncestre, Richard de, taverner, 208

Maupin, Maupyn, Petet, 47, 49

Maurice, Bishop of London, 218, 219

Mauveysin, Arnald "Guillim" de, 47, 49

May, Edmund, butcher, 148
-, - John, 67, 183
-, - Philip, 212

Mayor, on election, admitted before the Constable of the Tower, in the absence of the Barons of the Ex chequer, 51, 102, 174, 176
-, - locum tenens of the, 72, 76, 94, 110, 134, 148, 189, 202, 214

Mayors:
-, Blund, (Sir) John le, 19, 62, 93, 102, 103, 105, 106, 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 126, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 138, 139, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 147, 148, 149, 151, 152, 153, 158, 161, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 241, 242, 243, 245, 246, 247
-, Chigewell, Hamo de, 184, 201
-, Farndone, (Sir) Nicholas de, 52, 127, 155, 164, 165, 166, 168, 169, 170, 172, 173, 179, 180, 183, 200, 201, 203, 215, 216
-, Galeys, Waleys, Henry le, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 38, 39, 43, 50, 77, 84, 134
-, Gysors, John de, 239
-, Rokesle, Gregory de, 147, 177n.
-, Russel, Elias, 50, 51, 53, 56, 58, 60, 65, 69, 71, 72, 77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 85, 86, 87, 88, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 98, 101, 102, 104, 194, 240
-, Wengrave, John de, 82, 94, 182

Mazerer, Masiner, Maceliner, Mazeliner, John le, 32, 33, 34, 35, 68, 179
-, - Walter le, son of Luke le Ayller, 242, 243
-, - William le, 3, 5, 11, 12, 19, 21, 26, 39, 50, 62, 65, 80, 91, 101, 102, 103, 115, 121, 126, 175
-, - - Ward of, 1

Mazoun, Ralph le, 199
-, - - Alice, daughter of, wife of Ralph Burghard, 199

"Medelane," 150

Medelane, William de, 241, 245

Medelton, William de, 52

Meilesant, Geoffrey de, 187, 188

Mel, Andrew, 67, 145

Meldeburne, Meldebourne, Richard de, 99, 100, 101
-, - Robert de, 84, 237

Melkestrete, John le Barber de, 139

"Menterhouse," in Fleet Street, a tenement called, 183

Mercer, Leticia la, 47
-, - Matilda la, 46
-, - Richer (Richard) le, 26, 27
-, See also Refham, Richer de.

Mercery, the, Commonalty of, 138, 139

Merchant strangers. See Foreigners.

Merdele, Philip de, 43, 44, 183

"Merlawe" (Marlow), 96

Merlawe, Henry de, 68, 120
-, - John de, 240

Merling', a fish, 158

Mertone, Robert de, 1

Metingham, John de, 23

Mic', John le, 57

Middelburgh, Middelborgh, Midelborou, John de, 45, 170, 208, 209
-, - - Juliana, daughter of, and wife of John Sturmy de Dromondby, 170

Middeltone, John de, 204

Middlesex, the ferm of, 28
-, - Sheriff of, writ addressed to the, 160

Miles, Walter, fishmonger, 171
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 171

Milksop, William, 239
-, - - Constance, wife of, 239

Mineter, Nicholas le, 191, 192
-, - - Dionisia, wife of, 192
-, - - Robert, son of, 191, 192

Mire, Augustus la, 48
-, - John le, 100
-, - Robert le, 38

Mirourer, John le, 138, 139
-, - - Walter, brother and apprentice of, 139

Mitford, co. Norfolk, 204

Mockingge, Mockyng, Robert de, 141, 183

Monemuth, Monemue, Peter de, 184, 185, 188

Moneour, Hamo le, 190

Money, curient, not to be refused, 28
-, - exportation of sterling, forbidden, 68, 89
-, - base, ordinances touching, 3, 29, 39, 42, 43, 54, 56, 83
-, See also " Crocards," "Pollards."

Monkut, Muncuk, Peter de, 65, 115

Monquoy, Monquey, Munquey, Henry, 150, 241, 245

"Monstroil sur la mer" (Montreuil, Pas de Calais), 225
-, - peace concluded at, 212, 227

Montacute, Simon de, 156

Montbocher, Bertram de, Knt., 188

Monte Alto, Archibald de, 47

Monte Guscardi, Otto de, 46

Monterville, William de, 230

Montfychet, the tower of, 71

Mordone, Mortone, Gilbert de, 92, 181
-, - Walter de, 243
-, - William de, 52

More, la, 34

More, Cecilia atte, 170
-, - Ponce de la, 49
-, - Ralph de la, 194
-, - - Salamon, son of, called "de Basingge," 194
-, - Walter de la, Vicar of Wandlesworth, 88

More (Mote?), Bertrand de la, 49

Moreteyn, Roger de, Knt, 231, 234 235, 236

Morice, Morys, William, 52, 68

"Morpath" (Morpeth, co. Northumb), 95, 98

Mort d'Ancestor, Pleas of, 108

Mortimer, Roger de (le), 20, 59

Motun, Abraham, a Jew, 129
-, - Hugh, 84

Mouner, Walter le, 89

Mounford, R[obert] de, 219

Moussens, William de, 48

Mozi, Company of, in Florence, 97

Mulgar, Adam, 67, 245

Mulgas, Alan, 35
-, - Hugh, 73
-, - - Alice de Stistede, late wife of, 72, 73

Mumpeler, Mounpelers, Richard de, 207, 238

Murage, 133, 134
-, - let to ferm, 161-3, 166-7
-, - collectors of, 107

Murager, John le, 17, 106

Murmere, Sir Arnald de, 48

Murs, John, 89

N

Naes, Henry, 141

Namur, Guy, Count of Flanders, Marquis of, 225, 227

Naylere, Stephen le, 139

Neel, Walter, baker, 211

Nel, Robert, 57

Nele, Neyle (Nesle, Picardy), 78
-, - agreement made with the City of London by merchants of, touching trading privileges, 29, 66

Nerford, Geoffrey de, 48

Nets, unlawful, burnt, 144

Nettlestede, Netlestede, William de, 71, 88

Neuelon (?), 150
-, - Peter, son of, 150
-, - - Adam, son of, 150

Neueport, Nicholas de, 67

Neugate, R[obert] de, 179, 181, 183

Neumarche, John de, goldsmith of Billingsgate, 125

Newcastle, ship of, for the King's service, 21

New Court, Hildebrand de. See Nova Curia.

New Custom, the, 117, 167

Newebury, Neubiry, Alan de, 170, 212
-, - - Dyonisia, widow of, and wife of William de Bristoll, 170

"Newe lane," la, parish of St. Martin Vintry, 194

"Newemeyne," John le Palmere, Master of la, 111

Newgate, Neugate, 130, 215, 244
-, - King's Justices at, 71
-, - certain prisoners to be brought from Winchester prison to, 164
-, - the keys of, to be given up by the Sheriffs on quitting office, 110
-, - gate of, 183

New Sarum, illegal toll demanded of merchants of, 85, 86

New Temple, the, 163, 225

Nicholas, Ralph, son of, 82
-, - Bartholomew, de Dunstable, 194

"Nichole." See Lincoln.

Noreys, Norreys, Northreve, Henry le, 47
-, - Thomas le, 77

Norman the Prior, 220, 224

Normant, Peter, 189

Normanville, Ralph de, 19
-, - - Thomas, son of, 19
-, - - - Margaret, daughter of, and wife of Robert de Basingge, 19

Northampton, burgesses of, claim exemption from toll, &c., 40

Northamptone, Norhamton, John de, 37, 54
-, - - son of John de Nott', 30
-, - Philip de, 72, 241
-, - Simon de, 81, 241
-, - Thomas de, 193, 214
-, - William de, 173

Northwode, Nicholas de, called "de Garderoba,' 136

Nortone, Northone, Andrew de, 194
-, - Geoffrey de, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 37, 43, 50, 51, 53, 58, 60, 65, 67, 68, 72, 78, 80, 82, 83, 87, 91, 93, 94, 95, 101, 107, 114, 115, 190, 194
-, - - Gregory, son of, 194
-, - - Idonea, wife of, 194
-, - - elected M I' for the City, 60
-, - - appointed soke reve of the Abbot of Waltham, 69
-, - Gregory de, 182
-, - John de, 104
-, - Philip de, skinner, 79
-, - Simon de, 194

Norwich, burgesses of, to be quit of toll, &c., 94, 95
-, - Bishop of, William Turbus, 223

Norwych, Norhwich, Henry de, 46
-, - Walter de, 48, 248

Nott', John de, 30
-, - - John de Norhamton, Alderman, son of, 30

Nottele, John de, 125

Nova Curia (New Court), Hildebrand de, 65

Novel Disseisin, Assize of, 146
-, - Pleas of, 108

Nurry, Robert, approver, 69

O

Odyham, Walter de, 36
-, - - William, nephew of, 36

Old Fish Market, fishmongers of, to allow freemen to trade with them, 149

Oliver, Godefrey, 158

Optone. See Upton.

Orfevere, Dyonisius le, 244
-, - Sampson le, 212

Orgar, son of Dereman, 219

Orpedeman, Robert, 77

Orphans, custody of, 5, 6, 33, 81, 82, 92, 93, 120, 136, 148, 181, 182, 183, 184, 199, 200, 202, 205, 208, 209

Orpingtone (co. Kent), 83

Osekyn, Robert, sworn City carpenter, 86

Otteford, 81

Otteswich, Edmund le Taillur de, 18

Ottobon, Cardinal, 37

Oundle, Reginald de, sworn Countor, 148

Oxford, burgesses of, to be quit of toll, 106

Oxford, John de, 51, 52, 184
-, - Thomas de, 118, 119, 197
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, 119
-, - - Isabella, widow of, wife of Henry de Bondone (Boudone?), 197
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 118
-, - - John, son of, 119
-, - - Peter, son of, 119
-, - - Thomas, son of, 118

Oynter, Michael le, 2
-, - Warin le, 238

Oystergate, a solar at, 243

P

Pabenham, Pabingham, Hugh de, 193
-, - Symon de, mason, 26

Pacy, Ralph, 229

Padingtone, Robert de, 89

Paie, John, 71

Palmer, Paumer, Edith la, 167
-, - Hamo le, 167, 200, 201, 216
-, - - Edward, son of, 201, 216
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 167
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 200, 201, 216
-, - - Thomas, son of, 201
-, - - William, son of, 201
-, - John le, 112
-, - - Master of "la Newemeyne," 111
-, - Matthew le, 2
-, - Robert le, 167
-, - - Robert, nephew of, 167
-, - Roger le, 58, 69, 95, 155, 181, 184, 198, 204, 245
-, - - elected Sheriff, 180
-, - Thomas le, 145, 201, 240
-, - - de Cornhulle, appointed City's Attorney, 115, 116

Pampesworth, Pampeswrthe, John de, mercer, 169
-, - Robert de, 48, 86, 244

Paneter, Cristiana la, 49, 50
-, - Peter le, de la Ryole, 46

Pannage, demanded of citizens, 20
-, - citizens of Winchester to be quit of, 133, 134

Parcheminer, Henry le, 105

Paris, Parys, Hugh de, mercer, 170
-, - - Alice, wife of, daughter of Alexander Heroun, 170

Paris, Parys, John de, 67, 151, 152, 167, 188, 201, 213, 215, 237, 240
-, - - Alice, wife of, 213
-, - Peter de, apothecary to the Queen of England, 136
-, - Richard de, 48, 170
-, - Robert de, 23, 47, 71
-, - Roger de, 109, 119, 126, 138, 141, 144, 169, 176, 194, 195, 196, 213, 214, 241, 242, 244
-, - - elected Sheriff, 175
-, - Simon de, 24, 31, 38, 43, 50, 53, 62, 65, 67, 69, 72, 78, 80, 83, 91, 101, 102, 103, 110, 114, 115, 120, 121, 123, 126, 131, 132, 138, 141, 143, 144, 145, 149, 153, 154, 155, 160, 161, 164, 165, 169, 170, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 183, 188, 191, 192, 193, 195, 196, 200
-, - - elected Sheriff, 114
-, - William de, 23, 45

Parisis, livres, 230n.

Parliament, writ for election of members of, to meet at Bury St. Edmund, 24; return to the above, 24; return of City members of, to sit at Westminster, 36; at Stepney, 43, 83; election of City members of, 59, 60; at Lincoln, 102, 105, 138; to meet at Westminster, 142, 166, 234, 237; writ for protection of strangers during session of, 145, 146; to meet at Northampton, 156, 157

Parpoynter, Richard, 45

"Parys," house called, 35

Pasham, William de, tailor, 139n., 140

Passage, illegally demanded on merchandise coming to London, 85

Passemer, William, 82

Pastone, Sir William de, clerk, 210

Paternostercherche, parish of, 35

Patteshulle, John de, taverner, 107

Paul, John, elected weigher, 153

Pavely, Andrew (de), 17, 106

Pavement, corn market at the, 58, 163
-, - layers of the, appointed, 115
-, - bequest for repair of the, within Bishopsgate, 130

Paviours, appointment of, 115

Payn, Pain, Andrew, 52
-, - Walter, 52

Payntour, Matthew le, 140n.

Peche, Roger, 169
-, - - Alice, wife of, 169

"Pecherwys," Roger de, 57

Pecok, Peccok, Ralph, 11, 14, 107, 144, 239
-, - Thomas, 71
-, - Walter, 127

Pelan, Baron de, 230

Pelham, Ralph de, 17

Peliear', Thomas, 58

Peltry, brokers of, sworn, 68

Penance, Friars of the, charter of Queen Eleanor, wife of Henry III., to the, 61, 62

Pencrich, Stephen, 101

Penshirst, Thomas le King de, 240

Pentelawe, John le Riche de, 190
-, - - Roisia, wife of, formerly wife of Nicholas de Wynchester, 190

Peny, Robert le, 49

Peperwyte, Henry, 40

Perndewlk, Juetta de, 6

Perndone, Thomas de, 214, 215

Persone, Robert, 88, 99, 190, 227
-, - - elected Sheriff, but dis charged, not being a freeman, 180

Persore, Alexander de, 124

Perstoke, Roger de, drawer of beer, 124, 125

"Pert" (Perth), vill of St. John de, 121

Pessonner, Pesshoner, Henry le, 45
-, - Robert le, 38
-, - Warm le, 49

Pestour, Pestur, Clement le, 58, 105
-, - John le, 244
-, - Nicholas le, 49
-, See also Baker.

Peter, Rector of St. Stephen, Walebroke, 118

Petragoritimo, Elias de, 49

Petra longa, Gerard de, 47

Peulesdone, Thomas de, 25, 120

Peyre, Bidan de, 47

Physician, Ernulf the, 222
-, - Gilbert the, 49
-, - Ilbod the, 222
-, - Roger the, 49
-, - William the, 191
-, - - Margery, wife of, 191

Picot, Pikot, Pyckoc, Pycot, &c., Nicholas, 19, 22, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 37, 43, 50, 51, 53, 60, 62, 67, 70, 72, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 87, 88, 91, 93, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 109, 110, 113, 114, 115, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 126, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 141, 142, 144, 145, 146, 147, 149, 152, 154, 158, 167, 169, 170, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 188, 189, 190, 194, 195, 196, 199, 203, 209, 211, 247
-, - - elected Chamberlain of the City, 64, 65
-, - Ralph, 127

Piddele, Gregory de, 45

Pigs, orders for killing, 5

Pikard, Pycard, Michael, 25
-, - Robert, 48

Pikeman, Pyckeman, Pykeman, Robert, 23, 68
-, - Stephen, 23, 35
-, - William, 131, 178, 214

Pinchetz, Johanna, 49

Pinkenie, Robert de, "chivaler,' 189

Pinnot, Gilbert, 48

Pipehurst, Pipeherst, Pipehirst, Robert de, 67, 178, 200, 215

Pipere, Pypere, John le, 111
-, - Richard le, 52

Pirye, Turg' atte, 193

Plantagenet, Edmund (son of Hen. III.), Earl of Lancaster, 137, 138, 226
-, - Richard, Earl of Cornwall, 15, 82
-, - (or de Warren), Sir John, Earl of Surrey, 115, 229

Plater, Platier, John le, 68, 198
-, - - Andrew, son of, 198
-, - - Henry, son of, 198
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 198
-, - - Richard, son of, 198

Pledges, order as to appraisement and sale of, 109
-, - deposited with the Sheriffs or in the Chamber, to be redeemed by a certain time, 150-1, 156
-, - for arrears of assessments to be redeemed, 165

Plot, John, 45, 86

Ployt, John, 45

Plumstede, John de, 71

Podelescote, Podelicote, Richard de, 124, 125

Podio, Arnald de, 47
-, - Ebulus de, "Guillim' (?), 46

Pokeriche (Puckeridge?), 96

"Polan," 79n.

Pole, Peter de la, burgess of Aqua, 48

Poleter, Polleter, Laurence le, 69, 70, 83

Polinges, Sir Michael de, 53

"Pollards," ordinance against use of, 39, 54; proceedings against importing, 42; to be valued as halfpence, 53, 54, 56, 57, 61; not to be melted down, but to be sent to the King's Exchange, 56
-, See also "Crocards,' Money.

Pontage, 133, 134; demanded of citizens, 20; burgesses of Winchester claim exemption from, 40, 41; illegally demanded by the City, 75, 76, 83, 85, 86; devoted to the maintenance of London Bridge, 76; of London Bridge let to ferm, 166

Pont Audemer, William de, 224

Ponte, Gaylard de, "de Sancta Kyterea,' 196
-, - Sir John de, clerk, 25

Pontefract, John de, 129
-, - - Matilda de Wyk, formerly wife of, 129

Porclee, William de, 172

Porser, Roger le, 38

Porta, John de, 49

Portesmewe, Portesmuhe, &c., Richard de, elected Warden of the Tron, 113
-, - William de, 17, 106

Portsmouth, charter of Richard I. to burgesses of, 64

Portsoken, Ward of, 2
-, - - the Prior of Holy Trinity Alderman of, 12

Portugal, merchants of, not to keep hostels in the City, 65

Possemonde, John, 46

Poteman, Henry, 131, 213, 214, 247
-, - - Dyonisia, wife of, 214

Poterel, Poterell, Richard, 1, 23, 38, 92, 104, 141, 143, 144, 148, 153, 164, 165, 167, 170, 172, 177, 178, 192, 193, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 208, 209, 210
-, - - elected Chamberlain, 176
-, - - a deputy of the Mayor, 202

Potter, Poter, Alan le, 23, 143
-, - - of Chepe, called "de Dal tone,' 199
-, - John le, 67
-, - Stephen le, 48, 104

Poulterer, Ralph the, 45
-, - William the, 48

Poultry, statutes touching the buying and selling of, 134

Pountfreit, Pountfreyt, Robert de, 188, 208
-, - William de, skinner, 208

Pourte, Porte, Purthe, Purte, (Sir) Hugh, 23, 30, 36, 62, 67, 68, 80, 82, 83, 98, 99, 102, 103, 109, 115, 117, 118, 119, 121, 123, 126, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 143, 144, 148, 152, 153, 168, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 191, 192, 196, 197, 198, 227
-, - - Margaret (Margery), wife of, widow of Edmund Horn and sister of Johanna le Benere, 30, 168, 183, 184
-, - - Collector of the King's Custom, 114
-, - - elected Sheriff, 114

Pourtepol, Purtepoll, Simon de, 60
-, - Simon le Webbe de, 56

Poyntel, John, 127, 247
-, - Roger, 127, 213

Prato, Petrus Arnald de, 47, 49
-, - Puchrus de, 59, 64, 76

Preaching Friars, the. See Black Friars.

"Prengwelle," "Springwelle," Roger de, 209

Prescote, John de, 125

Prest, Thomas, 86
-, - - Johanna, his wife s sister, 86

Prestone, Stephen de, 88, 143, 205, 211
-, - William de, 52

Priest, Algar the, 220
-, - Leuegar the, 220

Prigo, Lubatus de, 46, 47

Prior, Priour, Norman the, 220, 224
-, - Roger, poulterer, 161
-, - William, 71

Prisage, 122

Prisons, the Mayor disclaims the custody of, 70

Proclamation against exporting arms, money, &c., 150

Proclamations: for keeping the peace at the Kings coronation, 155; for redemption of pledges in the Chamber, 156; for complaints against Walter de Langton, Bishop of Chester, to be made in writing, 156; for redemption of pledges for arrears of assessments, 165; for cleansing the streets, 166

Provence, merchants of, disclaim chartered rights to trade in the City, 13

Provisions, proclamation against enhancing the price of, 54, 55, 145, 146
-, - writ for arrest of those guilty of enhancing price of, 60, 61

Prude, Orgar le, 219, 220

Pudding, Henry, 66
-, - - Floria, wife of, 66

Pugeys, Sir Arnald Guillim de, 47, 49

Pui, Chapel of the Blessed Mary of the, 139n.

Pyet, John, of "Ipro,' 164

Pyk, Alexander, 21
-, - - ship of, 21

Pystoyle, James de, 52

Q

Quat, Qwat (co. Salop), Hugh, parson of, 68, 69, 70

"Quatrosoz," Thomas, 69

Queenhithe, granted to the City by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, 15; the ferm of, 66; an annuity to be paid out of the ferm of, 78; Serjeant of, to survey boats on the river, 85; charges for measuring corn at, 87; issues of, 98; customs at, 134

Quentin, Anselm. See Knot', Anselm.

Querdelion, William, chaplain, 143

Querendun, Geoffrey de, 222

R

Radyng', town of. See Reading.

Ralph, son of Algod, 219
-, - Hugh, son of, 220

Ramme, William atte, "brazour," 208

Raningtone, William de, 71

Ratespray, Ratispray, Ralph, 107, 162, 194

Ratz, Matthew de, 49

Reading, charter of Henry III. to burgesses of, 82
-, - charter dated at, 219
-, - John le Acatour, Mayor of, 82

Recorder, John de Wangrave (or Wengrave) sworn, 132, 133

Red, Rede, Reed, William de, 7, 24, 30, 38, 118, 143, 190, 197
-, - - elected M. P. for the City,60

Redehalle, Roger de, 48

Redingge, Redinges, Redigg, Alan de, 46
-, - John de, 139n.
-, - Roger de, 139, 140
-, - - John, son of, 139, 140
-, - - William, servant of, 139n., 140

Refham, Reefham, Reffam, "Repham," Resham, Ralph de, 139n., 140n.
-, - Richer de, 28, 30, 31, 34, 37, 50, 51, 62, 65, 87, 106, 107, 108, 109, 114, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 126, 130, 131, 132, 135, 138, 143, 144, 147, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153, 158, 160, 161, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 180, 195, 197, 199, 200, 205, 215, 216
-, - - Sheriff, 29, 30, 31, 32, 36, 41, 43, 50, 54, 77, 78
-, - - a deputy of the Mayor, 150
-, See also Mercer, Richer le.
-, - Richer le, taverner, 68, 91, 202

Reiners, Richard de, 55

Reeham, Ralph de. See Refham, Ralph de.

Retail, buying and selling by, confined to freemen, 19

Rethyng. See Reading.

Retoundour, Elias le, 202, 203

Reve, James le, 123, 141, 243

Revers, Sir John de, 53

Rey, Peter le, "draper' 135

Reymerstone, co. Norfolk, 203

Reymundi, William, de Sancta Cruce, 47

Reynaud, Reginald, Reynolds, Sir Walter, Treasurer to the King and Bishop of Worcester, 156, 206, 207, 209

Reyner, William, 71, 123

Richard (I) the King, 217

Richard, King of the Romans, 41

Riche, John le, de Pentelawe, 190
-, - - Roisia, wife of, formerly wife of Nicholas de Wynchester, 190

Richemund, John of Brittany, Earl of, 100

Rikinhall, Richard de, 52

Riole, Ryole, &c., Henry de la (de or atte), 182, 192, 198
-, - Henry the Tailor of, 67
-, - John le Barber de la, 46
-, - Katharine de la, 43, 46, 47, 48, 51
-, - Peter le Paneter de la, 46
-, - Robert le Seler de la, 46
-, - Walter Fraunceys de, 49

"Riouncia," Boniface de, 47

Riouns, William de Segyn, lord of, 43, 46, 48

Riparus, Bartholomew de, 65

Robert, son of Leostan, 219

Robert, Clerk of the Vintry, 46
-, - Clerk de Kirketon, 46

Robert, John, 48

Roberti, "Ogerus," 47

Robiry, Sir Gilbert de, 112

Roche, William de la, 48

Rochele, la, 49

Rochele, Bernard de la, 106

Rochester, expenses of fortifying the castle of, 233

Roger, nephew of Hubert, 221

Rokan, Peregrine de la, 49

Rokele, Bru de la, 47

Rokesborou, Adam de, 198

Rokesle, Rokele, Rokeslegh, &c., Adam de, 2, 4, 8, 11, 12, 20, 23, 30, 32, 37, 51, 67, 115, 119, 126, 132, 147, 152, 177, 178, 207
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 36
-, - Gregory de, 86, 147, 177n., 234
-, - Hugh de, 205
-, - John de, 134, 207
-, - - Roger, son of, 207

Rokesle, Rokele, Rokeslegh, &c., Nicholas de, 207
-, - Robeit de, 3, 4, 5, 8, 12, 18, 62, 63, 64, 84, 151
-, - - Margery, relict of, wife of Robert de Hauvile, 151
-, - - Ward of, 2
-, - - late Sheriff, his account for City's ferm, &c., 34
-, - Roger de, 84
-, - Walter de, 3, 4, 11, 20, 23, 179

Rokingham, Rokyngeham, Henry de, 144
-, - Richard de, 202

Rome, John de, 132

Romein, Romeyn, Romyn, Thomas, 19, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27, 30, 32, 33, 34, 37, 43, 50, 51, 62, 72, 80, 82, 87, 91, 101, 107, 114, 115, 119, 120, 123, 126, 132, 133, 135, 141, 144, 147, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153, 164, 165, 168, 169, 170, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 180, 183, 190, 194, 196, 197, 200, 205, 206
-, - - Juliana, wife of, 169
-, - - a deputy of the Mayor, 110, 150

Romeneye, John de, 89

Rommesseye, John de, 86

Romney, burgesses of, their claim to sell wine in London, 32

Rone (Rouen), Tydiman de, 65

Ropere, Nicholas le, 96
-, - Thomas le, 182

Roperie, Roger de la, Master of the King's Company (of Wine-drawers), 111, 112

Ropery, the, 112, 207

Rose, Adam de la, "poter," 185, 186

Rosemound, Rosemoundi, John, 45, 46

"Roskyn," 79n.

Rotherhethe, Geoffrey de, 111, 112

Roucestre, Geoffrey de, 111

Rous, Gervase le, de Bruges, 233
-, - Richard le, 212

Rowere, Dyonisia la, 97

Russel, Russhel, Russell, Adam, 166
-, - Elias, 3, 4, 10, 12, 18, 20, 30, 32, 37, 38, 43, 44, 50, 51, 53, 56, 58, 60, 65, 66, 67, 69, 71, 72, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 88, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 98, 99, 101, 102, 104, 105, 106, 113, 114, 115, 117, 119, 131, 189, 192, 194, 240
-, - - elected Mayor, 80
-, - John, 69
-, - Walter, "tapyner," 40

Russendene, Robert de, 140n.,

Ryde, Robert de la, 20

Rye, buigesses of, their claim to sell wine in London, 32

Rysingge, co. Norfolk, 203

S

Sabater, John le, 45, 49

Sabrichesworth, "Sabcheworth," John de, 45, 46, 55

Sacker, Robert le, 1

Sagon, John, de Tonebrigge, 240

St. Alban, Isabella de, 237

St. Alphege within Crepelgate, parish of, 213, 244

St. Andrew, Castle Baynard, parish of, 192

St. Andrew, Holborn, parish of, 167, 199

St. Augustine, parish of, 198

St. Bartholomew Fair, 9, 10
-, - tronage at, 13, 14

St. Benet Fynk, presentment as to a wall in parish of, 14

St. Botolph, Nicholas de, 125
-, - Richard de, 48

St. Botolph, Aldgate, church of, seisin of land given to the Priory of Holy Trinity by the, 220
-, - parish of, 193, 225

St. Botolph, Billingsgate, church of, Edward de Vycumbe (Wycombe) Rector of, 30
-, - parish of, 36, 131, 193, 215, 225

St. Botolph Wharf, 239

St. Botolph's (Boston, co. Linc.), the King's Tron at, 25
-, - the Fair at, 36
-, - - the chartered rights of citizens of London at, 94
-, - - Commissioners appointed for, 98, 99, 100

St. Christopher, parish of, 121

St. Clement, Candelwykstrete, Sir John, Rector of church of, 192, 193

St. Dunstan, Godfrey de, Canon of St. Paul's, 36, 37

St. Edmund, town of, 226

St. Edmund, Fulk de, 2, 52, 162, 180
-, - - James, son of, 155, 180, 181
-, - - - elected Sheriff, 180
-, - Ralph de, 68

St. Giles without Crepelgate, parish of, 33, 34, 92, 161

St. Giles's Hospital, 198, 245

St. James de Garlekhethe, parish of, 183, 245

St. John de Clerkenewelle, Hospital of, 120

St. John de Sorde, borough of, 47

St. John Zachary, parish of, 201

St. Katharine, parish of, 92

St. Katharine's Hospital, 217

St. Laurence de Candlewykstrete, parish of, 105, 214

St. Laurence Lane, 143, 169
-, - murage of, let to ferm, 162

St. Leonard Eastcheap, parish of, 204n.

St. Magnus, parish of, 36

St. Margaret de Lothebury, parish of, 61

St. Martin, Arnald de, 137

St. Martin "Bermancherche," parish of, 35

St. Martin le Grand, curfew tolled at, 16, 85
-, - charter of Henry III. to the Dean and church of, 62
-, - the Citys custom of pleas to be recorded at, 123
-, - record of legal proceedings at, 130
-, - William de la Marche, Dean of, 9, 38n.

St. Martin de Ludgate, parish of, 167

St. Martin Orgar de Candelwikstrete, parish of, 131

St. Martin, Vintry, parish of, 194

St. Mary de Aldermanbury, parish of, 210

St. Mary de Aldermarichirche, parish of, 119

St. Mary de Bothawe, parish of, 25

St. Mary le Bow, church of, 119
-, - parish of, 119, 244

St. Mary de Colcherche, parish of, 202

St. Mary Magdalen, parish of, 33

St. Mary Somerset, parish of, 171, 191

St. Michael, parish of, 243

St. Michael de Candelwykstrete, parish of, 192

St. Michael, Cornhill, chantry in church of, founded by Walter de Londi', 3

St. Michael, Queenhithe, church of, 120

St. "Micheleslane," 192

St. Mildred de Bredstrete, parish of, 191, 204

St. Nicholas Olof, church of, 120

St. Nicholas Shambles, names of butchers at, 55
-, - parish of, 173

St. Olave in the Jewry, parish of, 61

St. Paul, St. Pol, the Count of, 8, 228, 230

St. Paul's, 120, 160
-, - Canons of, 160, 244
-, - writ of ad quod damnum as to proposed assignment of shops to Dean and Chapter of, 6
-, - - inquest thereon, 7

St. Paul's, the chantry of Henry de Gildeford in, 238

St. Peter, John de, merchant of Bayonne, 137

St. Peter de Wodestrete, church of, 140
-, - - John Blome, clerk of the, 140

St. Sepulchre, parish of, 6, 86

St. Siardo, Sir Bernard de, 46

St. Stephen, Walbrook, Peter, Rector of church of, 118
-, - parishioners of, liable for repair of covering of a watercourse in Walbrook, 71

St. Thomas de Acon, church of, 154, 238

Saleman, John, fishmonger, 157

Sales, Amanenus de, 46, 47

Salisbury, Roger, Bishop of, 224

Salop, Geoffrey de, skinner, 49

Salter, William le, barber, 139

Sancta Cruce, William Reymundi de, 47

Sancta Kyterea, Gaylard de Ponte de, 196

Sancto Nabore, J[ ] de, 59

Sandale, Sendale, (Sir) John de, 137, 195
-, - - Warden of the King's Exchange, 54
-, - - appointed assessor of a tallage, 136, 137
-, - - locum tenens of the King's Treasurer at Westminster, 164

Sandford, writ dated at, 137

Sandwich, goods seized near, by Flemings, 124

Sandwich, Sandwych, Sanwys, John de, 214
-, - (Sir) Ralph de, Warden of London and Constable of the Tower, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 22, 23, 28, 29, 79, 80, 101, 103, 114, 174, 175, 176, 190
-, - - John de Blakbroke, locum tenens of, 176
-, - Thomas de, 49
-, - William de, 57, 131, 214

Sanguinetto, Giraldus de, merchant of Bayonne, 137

Sant' (Saut?), William de, citizen of Bayonne, 137
-, - - his goods in the City to be seized, 76

Sarum, William de, 104

Sauneterre (Sauveterre?), Garsias de, 49

Sauser, John le, de London, 142
-, - Peter le, 46

Sauser, the King's, 142

Sautreour, Guillot le, 244, 245
-, - William le, minstrel to the Lady Margaret, Queen of England, 213

Savage, Sauvage, Robert, de Turkes eye, 46
-, - William, 17

Savoy, Peter de, 82

Sawyer, Richard le, 7, 68

Sayere, Roger le, 201, 202
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 201, 202

Scarlet, John, 123, 140n.

Scavengers, Scavagers, Scawagers, Court of, 151n., 196

Schak, Schark, William de (du), 49

Schelphangre, Stephen de, 112

Schepeye (co. Kent), convent of, 170

Schereman, Elyas, 51, 52

Scheyl, Gilbert, 45

Scof, Henry, de Malins, 124

Scoppe, Augustus atte, 46

Scot, Geoffrey, 46, 55, 67, 115
-, - Robert, 52
-, - Walter, of Wodestret, 69

Secchford, Henry de, 181, 184

Secusenne, Algar, 219

Segyn, Sygin, Geoffrey, 65, 189
-, - William de, lord of "Riouns," 43, 46, 48

Selande, Lambert de, 123

Selda, John de, 7

Selegeford, Edward de, 222

Seler, Seller, Edmund le, 45
-, - Robert le, de la Riole, 46
-, - Vincent le, 202

Sellingge, John de, 136, 139n.

Sely, Seely, Robert, 201
-, - Thomas, 1, 4, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 34, 36, 37, 43 50, 51, 54, 65, 77, 78, 110, 121, 132, 133, 144, 149, 153, 167, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 196, 200, 205
-, - - elected Sheriff, 29

Seman, Master, escape of, 50

Semengs', Bernard de, priest, 49

Serjeant, Gocelyn le, de London, 162

Servat, Cervat, William, 102, 150, 173, 180
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 166

Settere, Clement le, 38, 163, 164

Sharp, Scharp, Adam, 111
-, - John, tailor, 82, 148
-, - Richard, 2

Shenche, John, Keeper of the King's Palace, 125
-, - - William, valet of, 125

Shepe, Hamund de, fishmonger, 172
-, - - Matilda, wife of, 172

Sheperede, John de, 120
-, - - auditors of the account of, 120

Sheriffs:
-, Armenters, Darmenters, John (de), 50, 70, 71, 72, 194
-, Aumbresbyry, Ambresbury, &c., Martin de, 21, 22, 26, 62, 63, 64, 151
-, Basinge, Basyngges, William de, 170, 172, 179, 180, 215
-, Blund, Ralph le, 5
-, Bole, Henry le, 8
-, Bolet, Simon, 152, 177, 178, 203, 207, 241
-, Bosenho, Boseho, Peter de, 101, 102, 104, 114, 123, 191, 212
-, Botiller, Boteler, James le, 170, 172, 179, 180, 215
-, Box, Hamo, 5
-, - Thomas, 88
-, Burreforth, "Borreforch," John de, 121, 132, 133, 134, 173, 174, 175, 194, 213
-, Callere, Robert le, 101, 102, 104, 114, 191
-, Caumpes, Campes, Richard de, 79, 82, 86, 90, 94, 101, 103, 188
-, Combemartin, Coumbe Martin, William de, 134, 173, 174, 175, 213
-, Conduit, Geoffrey de, 152, 177, 178, 203, 204, 207, 241
-, Cornhill, Gervase de, 221n.
-, Cosin, Cosyn, William, 147, 150, 176, 177, 201, 242, 244, 245, 246
-, Darmenters. See Armenters.
-, Drury, Nigel, 160, 162, 178, 179, 206, 211, 247
-, Farndone, Nicholas de, 167
-, Fingrie, Henry de, 54, 70, 71, 194
-, Havering, Luke de, 79, 90, 92, 93, 94, 101, 104
-, Leyre, William de, 190
-, Lincoln, or "Nichole," John de, 126, 139, 141, 144, 175, 176, 194, 195, 196, 213, 214, 241, 242, 244
-, Palmer, Paumer, Roger le, 155, 180, 181
-, Paris, Roger de, 109, 119, 126, 141, 144, 175, 176, 194, 195, 196, 213, 214, 241, 242, 244
-, - Simon de, 62, 110, 114, 115, 120, 123, 126, 131, 173, 191, 192, 193
-, Picot, Pycot, Nicholas, 158, 167, 178, 179, 209, 211, 247
-, Pourte, Hugh, 62, 114, 115, 123, 126, 130, 131, 134, 173, 191, 192, 193
-, Refham, Richer de, 29, 30, 31, 32, 36, 41, 43, 50, 54, 77, 78
-, Rokesle, Robert de, 62, 63, 64, 151
-, Romeyn, Thomas, 190
-, Russell, Elias, 8
-, St. Edmund, James, son of Fulk de, 155, 180, 181
-, Sely, Thomas, 29, 30, 31, 32, 36, 54, 77, 78
-, Suffolk, Osbert de, 117
-, Thunderle, Thonderle, Reginald ("Renaud') de, 15, 110, 144, 147, 150, 175, 176, 177, 201, 242, 244, 245, 246

Sheriffs, election of, 8, 173, 174; to see to the enrolment of pleas in the Husting, 14; to present their Rolls of Pleas of Novel Disseisin and Mort d'Ancestor, 14, 108; to provide clerk for enrolment of pleas in the Husting, 106; allowed to use force in making distress, 108, 109; to give up the keys of Newgate and the Cocket on quitting office, 110; called upon to answer for the escape of a prisoner, 123; admitted to office before the Constable of the Tower, 174, 175; objection raised by the Prince of Wales to the appointment of one of the, 175; to be presented on election before the Exchequer, 179; discharge of one of the, because not a freeman, 180

Sheriffs' accounts, view of, 63, 64

Sheriffs' Court, ordinance touching enrolment of pleas in, 14

Ships, a broker sworn for the office of chartering, 18
-, - three to be furnished by the City for the King's service, 21
-, - judgment touching jettison from, 86, 87

Silveslee, Edward de, 173

Siningham, William de, 57, 139n., 140
-, - - Roger, brother of, 139n., 140

Sired, Eylwyn, son of, 220

"Sis," "Numandus" de, 48

Skids of unlawful size condemned, 240

Skinners, brokers sworn for the office of, 17

"Skipup," John le Botere, Master of the Company (of Wine-drawers), called, 111

Sko, William de, of Gascony, 104

Small Balance. See Beam.

Smart, William, 216

Smethefeld, Smithfield, 225
-, - the murage of, let to ferm 162

Smethefeld Bar, the murage of, let to ferm, 163

Smith, Smyth, Bartholomew (the), 237, 238
-, - - Johanna Goldcorn, late wife of, 237, 238
-, - William le, 97

Smyngham, William, 127

Snow, Adam, 183

Solers, Reymund de, 13

Somerset, Somersete, Henry de, 57
-, - John de, tentmaker, 148

Sone, William, cook, 139

Sopers Lane, murage of, let to ferm, 162
-, - Thomas Godard de, 47

Sotel, Robert, 36

Southcote, John, 204n.

Sparham, Sperham, Peter de, 139, 169, 215

Sparkford, Nicholas de, 19

Spayne, John de, 120

Speroner, Henry, 23

Spicer, William le, carpenter, 181

Spicery, the, in Chepe, 238

Spigornel, Spigernel, Henry, 123, 153

Spinul, Spinula, Guy (Guido), merchant of Genoa, 123, 192
-, - "Johanot' "Johanotus"), merchant of Genoa, 123, 192

Sporiere, Henry le, 240

Sporoneslane, 120

Spot, William, 248

Sprot, Henry, 238

Squier, Sqwyer, Henry, 111
-, - Thomas, 146
-, - - Sarah, wife of, 146

Staines, pontage, &c., illegally de manded of citizens at, 20

Stales, William atte, 179

Stanes, Estanes, Thomas de, 4, 5, 10
-, - - Ward of, 2

Stanforde, Staunford, Andrew de, 69, 139, 141, 143, 215
-, - Henry de, 48
-, - Robert de, 57, 67
-, - William de, 52

Stanmere, William de, 86

Stantone, Sir Hervey de, 150, 203

Stapelford, John de, 17

Staples, Walter de, 5

Starre, Robert, 193

Statute of Merchants, 242, 243, 244, 245, 247

Staundone, Elyas de, 214, 215
-, - John de, 52, 104

Stebenhethe (Stepney), 168; the Bishop of London's enclosure of woods at, 4, 5; claim of citizens to right of chace at, 5; Parliament at, 83, 89n.; the Bishop of London's villeins at, 149

Stebenhethe, Stebeneye, John de, 55, 205, 206
-, - - Margery, wife of, daughter of Simon Godard, 205, 206
-, - William de, 193

Stedeman, Walter, 115

Stelfot, John, 111

Stephen, the King, grants land in Smithfield to the church of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, 221
-, - - his charter to the Prior of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, of lands, &c., at Brackyng, 222

Sterling, two "pollards" to be accepted for a, 54, 57

Sterre, Henry, fishmonger, 157
-, - John, 196

Stistede, Alice de, late wife of Hugh Mulgas, 72, 73

"Stocke," le, names of butchers at, 55

Stoke, Stok', John de, 172, 202
-, - Peter de, 55

Stokes, Ralph de, 94

"Stold," the Lombard, 43, 48

Stoples, Roger atte, 86

Stortford, Stertford, Steteforde, Gilbert de, 92
-, - John de, 7, 24, 28, 33, 92, 94
-, - - Adam, son of, 33, 34, 92
-, - - Cecilia, daughter of, 33, 34, 92
-, - - Gilbert, son of, 33, 92
-, - - John, son of, 33
-, - - Margery, the elder daughter of, 33, 34, 92, 94
-, - - Margery, the younger daughter of, 33, 34, 92
-, - Ralph de, 28, 92, 166, 243
-, - Vincent de, 113

Strake, Bertram, 48

Strakes for cart-wheels, a standard ordained for, 88, 89
-, - condemned for being tooshort, 240

Strangers, writ for protection of, at the coming Parliament, 145, 146
-, - not to keep hostels, 16, 65
-, - their stay in the City, 95

"Stranglin," 79n.

Stratford, cloths fulled at, contrary to custom, 51
-, - the murage of, let to ferm, 161
-, - bequest to monastery at, 130n.

Stratford, John de, 46, 150
-, - - Belisenta, wife of, 150

Strattone, Adam de, 63

Streets, proclamation for cleansing the, 166

Sturmy, John, de Dromondby, 170
-, - - Juliana, wife of, daughter of John de Middleborgh, mercer, 170

Suffolk, Alan (Alnus, Aleyn) de, 23, 35, 38, 46, 47, 48, 67, 77, 115, 189, 199, 241, 245
-, - Edmund de, 17
-, - Elias de, 67, 175, 178, 184, 194
-, - Nicholas de, 17
-, - Osebert de, 117
-, - - Anne (or Agnes) atte Brigge, late wife of, 117, 120
-, - - his heirs disinherited, 119
-, - - chantry of, 120
-, - Reginald de, 234
-, - Thomas de, 2, 7, 23, 38, 51, 118, 190, 197
-, - William de, 2, 23

Surgeon, Robert the, 193

Surrey, Earl of. See Plantagenet, Sir John.

Suthbergh, co. Norfolk, 203

Suthle, Robert de, 194, 195
-, - - Avice, wife of, 194, 195

Suthwerke, Edward de, 220
-, - - William, son of, 220

Suttone, Alan de, "seler," 244
-, - Henry de, Warden of the Friars Minors, 138
-, - Robert de, a serjeant, 130, 131
-, - - sworn Counter, 147-8
-, - Vincent de, 56

Suur, Reginald le, 17

Swalclif, Robert de, 184

Swan, Walter, 101

Swarte, John, called le, 65
-, - Tydiman le, 65

Swayn, "James" le, 77

Swerre, Richard, merchant of Almaine, 99

Swothe, Richard, 68

Syan, Peter, 247

Syvethenelane, 171

T

Tailor, Taillour, Taillur, Taylour, Edmund the (le), 37, 68, 107, 212
-, - - de Otteswich, 18
-, - Henry the, of la Ryole, 67
-, - Hugh le, 198
-, - Philip the (le), 66, 139n., 140
-, - - Ward of, 2
-, - Ralph the, draper of Cordwanerstrete, 148
-, - Simon le, 214
-, - Thomas le, 216
-, - Walter le, 212
-, - - de Fencherche, 158
-, - William le, 240

"Talamon" (Talmont? Vendée), 13

Tallage, 84, 105, 107, 135; inventory of pledges sold for arrears of, 116; the City's Attorney to be quit of, 116; assessors of, appointed, 136, 137; John le Leutour to be quit of, 137, 138

Tamysestrate, 111, 112

Tancard, Alexander, 160
-, - Richard, 160

Tane, Tanne, Sir John (de), Knt., 171, 239

Tanner, Tannere, Baldric le, 33
-, - Geoffrey the, 217, 225

Tanners' seld, the, 169
-, - the murage of, let to ferm, 162

Tapie, Bydan (Bydau?) de la, 198, 199

Tauntone, Gilbert de, 140n., 145, 148

Taverner, Christian le, 106
-, - Geoffrey le, 47
-, - - de Greschirche, 47
-, - Hugh le, 104, 244
-, - James le, 49
-, - John le, 163
-, - Peter le, de Graschirche, 162
-, - William le, 48, 244

Taverns, ordinances for closing of, 16, 85

Tax for providing ships for the King's service, 21
-, - widows of the City exempt from all manner of, 36, 37

Temple, Henry, the Chaplain of the, 49

Templo, Payn de, 222

Teutonics, the Guildhall of the, 41; not to keep hostels in the City, 65

Teye, Robert de, 97

Thames, the Warden of the river, 54
-, - ordinance touching boats on the, 85

"Theam," 223

Thele, Henry de, 198
-, - William de, 81
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 81

Thomas, Serjeant to the Mayor of London, 46
-, - the apprentice, woolman, 114
-, - the chaplain, 221

Thomas, Richard, 240
-, - - Richard de Holedene, son of, 240

Thunderle, Thonderle, &c., Reginald ("Renaud") de, 32, 99, 110, 143, 144, 147, 150, 177, 201, 242, 244, 245, 246
-, - - reconciliation of, with John le Blound, Mayor, 15
-, - - Keeper of the Assize of Foreign Cloth, 98
-, - - elected Sheriff, 175, 176

Tillere, John le, 46

Tilly, John, 59

Tonebrigge, John Sagon de, 240

Torel, William, 125

Totenham, John de, 2
-, - Laurence de, 35, 241
-, - William de, 55

Totingge, Richard de, 105

Toulouse, William Tupyn of, 53, 54

Tour, Matthew de la, 117

Tournay, Turnay, Robert de, 140n., 248

Tournois, livres, 59n., 89, 230n.

Toutheby, Gilbert de, 186

Tovy, William, 198

Tower, the King's Exchange at the, 29, 54, 56
-, - Ward of, 58
-, - murage of the postern near the, 162, 166
-, - expenses of fortifying the, 234
-, - Constable of the, the Mayor on election admitted and sworn before, 51, 102, 174, 176
-, - - Sheriffs on election admitted before the, 114

Tower, Constables of the:
-, Mandeville, Geoffrey de, 221 Sandwich, &c., (Sir) Ralph de, 28, 51, 79, 80, 101, 103, 114, 174, 176
-, Walrand, John, 231, 234

Traders, names of, to be taken in each Ward, 84

Treasury, the Kings, burglary of, 124-126

Trente, "Terente," William, 48, 53, 65, 83, 116, 141, 143, 172, 180, 242
-, - - the King's Butler, 116n., 153, 164
-, - - the King s Chamberlain and Coroner, 116

Trentemars, Edmund, 2, 23, 38, 67, 131, 168
-, - John, 104

Treyer, Treyere, Treyour, Robert le, 36, 158, 166
-, - - Robert, son of, 158, 166

Tron, the King's, of St. Botolph's tested and sealed, 25
-, - delivered into the custody of Richard de Portesmuhe, 113
-, - sealed for Kyngestone upon Hull, 209, 210

Tronage, citizens of Winchester not to be quit of, 133, 134

Troner, the King's, Richard Cristesmesse, 118. See also Cristemasse Richard.

Trons sealed, 113, 114, 153

Troussel, William, 32

Trug, Adam, 67, 140n.

Trys (Trye?), Simon de, 17

Tupyn, William, of Toulouse, 53, 54

Turkeseye, Robert Savage de, 46

Turri, Hugh de, 228

"Tyghtynwowes," lane leading to, 204

Tynemuth, 98

U

Uggele, John de, 125, 147

Underwode, Alan, butcher, 148

Upcornhill, Edward, 219

Upton, Uptone, Optone, Robert de, 48, 140n.
-, - Stephen de, 22, 46, 119, 140n.
-, - - Robert, brother of, 22

Ussher, Uscher, Geoffrey le, 69, 70

V

"Vacariels," William "dele," 199

Valence, Aymer de, 121
-, - William de, 229

Vaux, Waus, Vaus, John de, 52, 241, 245

Veer, Ver, Aubrey de, 221
-, - Gilbert de, 135, 136
-, - Hugh de, 20
-, - Robert de, 223

Veniciano, "Bertucho" de, 192

Venquet, Otho de, 49

Vercher, Arnald du, 49

Vernoun, Thomas, 166

Veyllard, John de Whitsand, 230
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 230

Via, Peter de, of Genoa, 192

Vielour, Richard le, 245

Vigerous, John, 23

Villa, Peter Gerald de, 49

Villeneve, Amanenus de, 47
-, - William Arnald de, 47

Vine, Vyne, Richard atte, 216
-, - Roger atte, 35, 58, 143
-, - William atte, 113, 114

"Vinti Milia," Hugh de, 192

Vintry, Ward of, 2, 58
-, - Robert, Clerk of the, 46

Vintry, John de, 80, 91, 93, 101, 109, 115, 119, 126, 132, 141, 152, 169, 170, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 194, 197

Vinur, Vincent le, 60

Viroler, Roger le, 121, 227

Vycumbe (Wycombe), Edward de, Rector of the Church of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, 30

Vyel, John, 199
-, - William, 199

Vyle, William de la, 17

"Vyveyn," John, 205

W

Wade, "Vade," Adam, 58, 143, 172, 181, 182, 183, 241
-, - Alan, 241
-, - Augustus (Auger?), 45
-, - John, 2, 7, 24, 30, 31, 37, 39, 50, 51

Wake, Henry le, 239

Walbrook, Walebroke, Ward of, 257
-, - inquisition as to liability to repair covering of watercourse in, 71

Waldegrave, Henry de, 120
-, - - John, son of, 120
-, - - - Margaret, mother of, 120
-, - Robert de, 7

Waldeshef, &c., Walter de, 116, 141
-, - William, 140

Waledene, Richard de, 91
-, - - Margery, wife of, 91
-, - - Thomas, son of, 91
-, - Thomas de, 23, 52

Walepol, Walter de, 125, 134

Waleys. See Galeys.

Wallere, John le, 239

Wallingford, Walyngford, charter of Henry III. to town of, 59
-, - claim of exemption from toll by burgesses of, 82
-, - merchants of, to be quit of toll, &c., 93

Walrand, Walraund, Walram, John, Warden of the Tower, 231 232
-, - William, 82, 92

Waltham, Wautham, Hugh de, 97, 147, 168, 182
-, - John de, clerk, Serjeant at the Guildhall, 172
-, - Roger de, 212

Waltham Holy Cross, charter of foundation of Abbey of, 40
-, - appointment of a soke reve by Abbot of, 69
-, - - the Priory of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, not to be subject to the church of, 224

Waltone, Alan de, 240

Wandlesworth (Wandsworth), Walter de la More, Vicar of, 88

Wandlesworth, Wendeleswrthe, &c., Richard de, 2, 25, 38, 88, 190, 205, 207, 227

Wangrave, John de. See Wengrave.

Wanlock, Wanloc, Wenlok, &c., Walter de, 24, 68, 88, 101

Wardens of the City, appointed in the absence of the Mayor, 149, 150

Wardens of London Bridge. See London Bridge.

Wardone (co. Beds), Abbey of, 201

Wardrobe, Elyas de la, servant of John de Benstede, 69

Wardrobe, the King's, 142
-, - - supplied on the City's credit 90, 93, 94, 96
-, - - Keeper of, 44, 93, 96, 228
-, - - buyers for, 228

Wards, representatives of, for the City's accounts, 1
-, - Serjeants of, to arrest any one refusing to accept two "pollards" for a "sterling," 57

Ware, War', Luke de, 55, 173
-, - Roger la, 53, 54
-, - Thomas de, 200
-, - William de, 214, 243

Warewick, Amy de, 45

Warfeld, Adam de, sacristan of Westminster, 124, 125
-, - - Adam, valet of, 125
-, - - Roger, valet of, 125

Warle, Ingelard de, 239

Warner, Geoffrey le, convicted of making false laws, 7

Warren, John de. See Plantagenet.

Warwick, Earl of, 189

Wassemod, "Arnado,' 65

Wastel, Nicholas, cook, 139
-, - Simon, 105
-, - Thomas, 48

Watch and ward, ordinances touching, 20, 21, 153, 154, 159, 160

Waterford, William de, 230

Watel, William de, 17

Watere, Roger atte, Serjeant, 181

Watergate, Henry atte, 51, 52

Waterkyn, John, 233

Waterwantere (Waterwautere ?), Michael le, 107

Wavendone, Henry de, called "le Coupere," 103, 104
-, - John de, 191
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 191

Waye, Henry atte, 163, 172

Wealds of Kent, 88, 89

Weavers, Guild of, 60
-, - - charter of King John abolishing the, 55
-, - - charter of Henry III. to the, 55
-, - - bailiffs elected for the, 56

Webbe, Simon le, 200
-, - - de Purtepoll, 56

Welde, William atte, "pheliper, 163

Weldone, William, 191, 192
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 191, 192

Welle, Henry atte, 202, 214
-, - Joce atte, 200
-, - Thomas atte, 83, 183

Welleford, Welleforth, Richard de, 83, 117, 136, 140n., 204, 240

Wellested, Robert de, 244

Welleworth, John de, 48

Wendlingburg, John de, 167
-, - - Alice, wife of, 167

Wengham, Henry de, 82

Wengrave, Wangrave, John de, 62, 82, 94, 109, 110, 113, 119, 121, 126, 130, 131, 132, 133, 136, 138, 139, 141, 144, 145, 147, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153, 155, 158, 164, 165, 167, 168, 169, 170, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 182, 183, 193, 194, 195, 196, 198, 199, 200, 203, 205, 206, 211, 245
-, - - sworn to well and truly render judgment in the Husting, &c., 132, 133
-, - - locum tenens of the Mayor, 148, 150, 214
-, - William de, 147, 179, 181

Wentele, Adam de, 172

West, Walter, 173

Westminster, William de, 48

Westminster Fair, 22

Westone, Laurence de, elected a Master of the Fusters, 168

Wetham, Richard de, mason, 26

Wetherby, Richard de, 48, 58

Weyard, Richard, 212

Weybard, John le, 234
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 234

Wezeringsete, Sir Robert de, chaplain, 194

Wheels, ordinance touching size of strakes of, 88, 89

Whitsand, Ingeram de Colot de, 187, 188

Whyte, Wyte, Henry le, 243
-, - John le, "stokfishmongere," 181

Whytewelle, "Harsculphus" de, the City's Attorney in the Exchequer, 116

Wicsaund, Jurdan de, 18

Wido, 222
-, - William, son of, 222

Widows of the City of London, then privileges and exemptions, 36, 37

Wileby, John le Mareschal de, 242

Wilehale, Wirhale, Wylehale, &c., Richard de, 100, 147, 149, 152, 153, 168, 175, 177, 178, 179, 180, 183, 184, 200, 201, 202

Will, Domingus de, 49

William, clerk of the Chamber, 146

William II., his charter of confirmation to the Cnihtengild, 218

"Willim". See "Guillim."

Wills, ordinance touching probate of, in the Husting, 108

Wimbisse, Wymbihs, Wymbysh, Ralph de, potter, 158
-, - Richard de, 23, 33

Winchelsey, Robert, Archbishop of Canterbury, 31, 80, 81, 83

Winchester, burgesses of, claim exemption from pontage, 40, 41; Roger de Enkepenne, Mayor of, 133; members of the Guild Merchant of, to be quit of toll except tronage, 133, 134; citizens of London to be quit of toll in the City of, 134; statute of, 152, 153
-, - William Giffard, Bishop of, 224

Winchester, Wynchester, John de, 106, 172, 214, 215
-, - (Sir) Nicholas de, 3, 4, 5, 84, 121, 190
-, - - Roisia, widow of, wife of John le Riche de Pentelawe, 190
-, - - Ward of, 2
-, - Thomas de, 45, 136, 178
-, - William de, 7, 52

Winchester prison, 163

Winchester seld, 14, 163

Wine, brokers of, 17, 106
-, - claim of the Barons of the Cinque Ports to sell, in London, 31, 32
-, - illegal demand of 2d. per cask of, from merchants of Bordeaux, 75, 76
-, - scrutineers of, appointed, 115

Wine-drawers, charges to be made for conveyance of wine by, 111, 112
-, - oath taken by members of divers companies of, 111

Wircestre, Robert de, 104

Wittele, Wetle, Wytele, Ivo, Yvo, de, 24, 36, 68, 202

Woad, measurers of, sworn, 135, 136
-, - a broker of, sworn, 136

Woburne, Wouburne, Ralph de, 173
-, - William de, 49, 52

Wodecok, Robert, 111

Wodeham, Matthew de, 139n.

Wolchirche, William de, 43

Wollecherchehawe, the murage of, let to ferm, 163

Wollechirchehawe, Wolcherchehawe, Wulcherchawe, Richard de, 130
-, - William de, 32, 33, 130
-, - - Olive, wife of, 130n.
-, - - attached for illegal tronage at St. Bartholomew s Fair, 13, 14

Wolleward, Richard, attorney, 165

Wolmar, Wolmere, Richard, 117, 131

Wolsislane, Wolsieslane, 204

"Wolveseye" (Wolvesley, co. Hants), 149

Wool, writ for election of one to sell the King's, 25; the new and ancient custom of, 117, 118, 167; collectors of customs of, 132, 135; citizens of Winchester not to be quit of tronage of, 134; seizure of, by the French, 190

Woolmen, brokers for the office of, sworn, 17

Worcester, Bishop of. See Reynaud, Sir Walter.

Woristede, Worestede, Robert de, 38, 67

Worleys (?), Rabaot de, 17

Wormenhall, Robert de, 106

Woteyn, "Beithr'" (Bertrand ?), burgess of St. John de Sorde, 47

Writele, Wrytele, John de, 119, 139n.
-, - - sworn City carpenter, 86
-, - Thomas de, 209
-, - William de, 243

Wrotham, Thomas de, 131

Wrthstede, Robert de, 140n.

Wryngetayl, John, 111

Wulgar, 219
-, - Hugh, son of, 219

Wycombe, William de, 58

Wygemere, William de, barber, 139n.

Wyk, Walter de, 129
-, - - Matilda, wife of, 129

Wylehall, John de, 120

Wymbourne, Michael de, 139n.

"Wymelingweld" (Womenswould, co. Kent), 99

Wymondham, John de, 89, 195

Wyndesore, Wyndelsore, John de, 120, 155, 164, 165, 167, 168, 169, 170, 172, 173, 179, 183, 194, 199, 203, 206, 211
-, - - Isabella, wife of, 199
-, - Roger de, 207

Wynebaud, John, barber, 244

Wytegros, Richard, 83

Wytham, Richard de, sworn City mason, 86

Wyting, John, 111

Y

Yarmouth, Gernemue, Gernemuta, 136
-, - seamen of, complain of order made touching jettison, 86, 87

Yarmouth, Geoffrey de, 58

Yenlade, la, 162, 166

York, the Exchequer at, 118, 130, 132, 135, 137
-, - - citizens deputed to attend, 122
-, - - names of deputies from other towns to attend, 122

York, Archbishop of, the King's Council sits in the Chamber of the, 115
-, - - the Mayor presented to the King at the hostel of the, 177

York, Nicholas de, 17, 68
-, - William de, 226

Ypres, Ipre, town of, 124, 164

Ypres, William de, 221, 223

Yvilane, Thomas le Cirger de, 173



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