Index
L - Z

Sponsor

Centre for Metropolitan History

Publication

Author

Reginald R. Sharpe (editor)

Year published

1903

Pages

341-369

Citation Show another format:

'Index: L - Z', Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: E: 1314-1337 (1903), pp. 341-369. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33122 Date accessed: 01 November 2014.


Highlight

(Min 3 characters)

L

Lacer, Lacier, Richard (le), 2, 4, 7, 188, 200, 226, 227, 228, 245, 246, 250, 263, 279, 281, 292, 298, 302
-, - - M. P. for the City, 282

Lacy, John de, 158

Lambel, Jordan, 70

Lambhurst, John de, 4

Lambhuthe, Lamhuthe, Richard de, 232
-, - Simon de, 3
-, - Thomas de, 3

Lambourne, Lamburne, Robert de, 127, 238
-, - - Cristina, widow of, 238

Lambyn, Edmund, 31, 112, 115, 121, 126, 135, 169, 173, 187, 215, 224
-, - - Alderman of Bridge Ward, 125; compelled to attend on the King, 179n.
-, - Henry, 94, 199
-, - John, 9, 12, 16, 17, 37, 41, 49, 59, 70, 93, 107, 224
-, - Peter, 3
-, - William, 94, 127, 199, 200

Lamme, William atte, 129

Lampreys, liable to custom like other fish, 131-2

Lancaster, [Henry, first] Earl of, 60
-, - Henry, [third] Earl of, 229
-, - Thomas, Earl of, 97n.
-, - - forbidden to gather his adherents at Doncaster, 154
-, - - the manor of the New Temple granted to, 229

Langar, Henry, 83, 235

Langbourne Ward, 143; Roger de Frowik, Alderman of, 124, 186; to provide men to clean out the City ditches, 147; assessment of, 187

Langecoumbe, Lanecoumbe, John de, rector of "Laumazheys" (Lammas, co. Norf. ?), 100

Langeford, William de, 259, 270

Langele, Langeleye, Langgele, Geoffrey de, 135, 204
-, - John de, 60
-, - Jordan de, 62, 81

"Langele Marroys" (Langley Marish, co. Bucks), 154

Langetone, Sir Robert de, Clerk of the Wardrobe of Queen Isabella, 219

Lansehulle. See Lausehell.

"La Plente de Lenne," ship called, 86

Larblaster, Richard, 142

Larmourer. See Armourer.

"Lastage," 140n.

Latoner, Anselm le, 131
-, - Richard le, 1, 177
-, - - Margaret, wife of, daughter of Richard le Sporiere, 177
-, - William le, 94
-, - - sworn a keeper of the Conduit, 204

Latthere, Robert le, 95

Laubel, Jordan, 135

Lauen, Alan, 129

Laufare, Reginald de, 195
-, - - Ralph, valet of, 195

"Laumazheys" (Lammas, co. Norf.?), John de Langecoumbe or Lanecoumbe, Rector of, 100

Launce, William, 69, 128

Laurence, Laurenz, Amicia, wife of John de Honylane, 100, 158
-, - John, 47, 62, 100, 174
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, wife of John, son of John Dode, 47, 48, 62, 174
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 100
-, - - Matilda, widow of, wife of Simon de Burgh, 47, 48
-, - - Osbert, son of, 99

Lausehell, Lansehulle, William de, 170, 171

Leadenhall, the, court of justice at, 119n.

Leather, brokers of, admitted, 97, 302

Leche, John le (not de), 3
-, - John, 298
-, - Stephen le, 297

Ledebery, Ledburi, Robert de, 115, 201

"Ledes" (Leeds, co. Kent), the Castle of, 147n., 152, 153-4; the City contingent sent to, not to become a precedent, 153, 154, 155

Ledred, Richard de, 95, 304
-, - Thomas de, 95
-, - William de, 56

Lefhogge, Lefhog, Geoffrey, 290
-, - John, le Chaundeler, 43

Lefstan, Walter, 4

Leg, Thomas, 272

Leghe, James de la, 4

Leire, Leyre, Thomas de, 192, 221, 225, 231, 234, 235, 237, 238, 241, 242, 246, 247, 248, 249, 252, 253, 254, 256, 258, 279

Leire, Leyre, William de, 7, 8, 9, 12, 17, 18, 20, 23, 24, 25, 27, 31, 33, 39, 42, 46, 55, 59, 62, 67, 68, 77, 80, 81, 94, 98, 100, 106, 110
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 17, 30, 33, 40, 104; Alderman of Castle Baynard Ward, 32

Lek, Alan de, Serjeant-herbergeour of the King's household, 206

Lemyngtone, Robert de, 136

Lenesham, John de, 129
-, See also Leuesham.

Lenfaunt, William, 238

Lenham, William de, 96

Lenne, Lynne, John de, 267
-, - Ralph de, 157, 158, 286, 293
-, - Richard de, 158, 159
-, - Robert de, 80, 110, 117, 129, 233, 242
-, - Roger de, 116, 129, 204, 242

"Lentone," charter of Edward I. to the Weavers, dated from, 260

Leo the Jew, 12, 21

Lescrop, Le Scrope, (Sir) Geoffrey, 5, 189, 218, 237
-, - - City gift to, 273
-, - (Sir) Henry, 40
-, - - City gift to, 273

Lesnes, Lesues, Gilbert de, 76, 81, 129, 186, 198, 205

Lespicer, Roger, 81, 129
-, See also Spicer, Espicer.

Lestre, Robert de, 4

Lettone, William de, 244

Leuesham, John de, 145, 151 See also Lenesham.

Leukenore, John de, 2

Levechild, William, 22

Levynge, John, de Caustone, 256
-, - - Johanna, wife of, daughter of John de Asshford, 256

Lewes, John de, 2

Leycestre, Leicestre, John de, 68, 142, 162

Leylond, John de, 280

Leyton, Leytone, William de, 86, 127

Libellond, Henry de, 157

Lidel, Thomas de Wake, lord of, gives timber for repair of Guildhall Chapel, 215

Lime, the price of, fixed, 241

Lime Street Ward, 143; Robert Sely, Alderman of, 124; to provide men to clean out the City ditches, 147; assessment of, 187

Lincoln, Parliament at, 54, 58, 71, 79; cloth of, 54; a deputation to attend the King and Council at, 222, 223; Bishop of, Henry de Burghersh, 268

Lincoln, "Nichole," "Nicole," &c, Hugh de, 178
-, - - John, son of, 178
-, - John de, 7, 8, 10, 12, 33, 41, 55, 68, 77, 80, 83, 84, 91, 93, 97, 100
-, - Richard de, 266, 271, 275, 286, 291, 302, 303
-, - - Elizabeth, wife of, 271
-, - Robert de, 127, 163, 233
-, - Thomas de, 81, 289
-, - - City gift to, 273
-, - William de, 104

Lindeseye, Lyndeseie, &c., John (de), 81, 94, 109, 129, 135, 142, 171, 175
-, - William de, 227

Linen-Armourers. See Tailors.

Litelgrom, John, 4

Litle, John, called le, 86, 228

Litlyngtone, Thomas de, 188

Littleglenne, Alice, of co. Leices., 279

Livery Companies. See Misteries.

Lockeman, Geoffrey, 4

"Lodelawe" (Ludlow, co. Salop), 150

Lodelawe, Lodelow, Stephen de, 96
-, - Sir Thomas de, 34
-, - - Dame Johanna, late wife of, 34

Loke, John atte, 233

Lombard, "Chimellus," 94
-, - William, 43

Lombardestret, Lumbardstret, 256
-, - "Jhosep" de, 96

Lomhethe, Richard de, 137

Londenstone, Ralph de, 84
-, - - Alditha, daughter of, wife(?) of Andrew de Rothewelle, 84

London, standard weights of, 203
-, - tallage not to be levied on the goods of citizens of, in the vill of Henleye, 10
-, - Bishop of, Gilbert Segrave, 50
-, - Sheriffs of, are jointly and severally Sheriff of Middlesex, 167

London, John de, 4, 229

London Bridge, pontage not to be demanded by the City for goods passing over or under, 63; retailers of ale upon, 131; the manner of guarding the gate on, 143; profits of Stocks Market to be given to, 186, 200; bequest to, 257
-, - John atte Halle, renter of, 52

London Bridge, Wardens of:
-, Atte Vigne (or Vyvyen), Roger, 144, 149, 180, 184, 189, 205, 208
-, Gille, Alan, 299
-, Gisors, Anketin de, 41, 52, 83, 296

London Bridge, Wardens of:
-, Gloucestre, Henry de, 41, 52, 83
-, Neel, Walter, 299
-, Piphurst, Robert de, 146
-, Prentiz, Thomas, 52
-, Sterre, John, 144, 146, 149, 180, 184, 189, 205, 208
-, Swote, Robert, 296
-, Wymondham, John de, 41, 52
-, - - their accounts, 52, 144; auditors of their. accounts appointed, 41, 83, 144, 205; to repair and maintain Botolph Wharf, 149, 208; acquittance to, 208, 296; to collect rents of the Stocks Market, 299

London Wall, an elm tree in, to be cut down, 39; a turret on, granted to Sir John de Elyngham, 39; a hermitage near the King's garden on, 49

Longe, Lung, &c., Andrew le, 158, 161
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 158
-, - Estmar le, 233
-, - John le, 5, 60, 91, 93, 97, 118, 120, 222, 258, 265
-, - - Agnes, relict of, wife of Stephen le Brewere, 97
-, - - Alderman of the Hanse of Almaine in England, 119, 120
-, - - the Easterling, 84
-, - Laurence le, 129, 268
-, - - Richard, son of, 268
-, - Nicholas le, 113
-, - Richard le, 118, 223
-, - Robert le, 96
-, - William le, 43, 56, 95

Lorbatour, Alexander, 144

Lorimers, their agreement with the Saddlers, 219, 220

Lorymer, Edmund le, 113
-, - John le, 62
-, - - Isabella, daughter of, 62
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 62
-, - - Margery, relict of, wife of Robert de Baldok, 62

Lothaire. See Brabant, Duke of.

Lothebyri, William de, 85

Loughteburgh, William de, 184

Louth, "says" of, 54

Louthe, John de, 3
-, - Randolf de, 146

Lovayne (Louvain), merchants of, to be quit of murage, &c., 256; charter of Edward I. to, 256

Love, William, his bequest to the work of the Conduit, 228

Lovekyn, John, 254, 286, 299
-, - Richard, 234
-, - Roger, 101, 114

Lovel, Nicholas, 15
-, - Peter, 4

Lovet, Robert, 220
-, - - Thomas, son of, 220

Lubyk (Lubeck), town of, 86

Luca, Luka (Lucca), merchants of, to be quit of murage, &c., 272
-, - Burnet de, 93

Lucas, Adam, 254, 293, 298
-, - John, 93
-, - Margery, late wife of Richard de Caam, 176, 177
-, - - Walter, son of, 177
-, - Philip, 28, 77, 94, 137, 199
-, - Stephen, 251-2, 255
-, - Walter, 95

Luco, John de, called "Janyn," 80

Luda, John de, 144, 302

Ludekyn, Adam, 16, 17, 60, 62, 94

Ludgate, the manner of guarding, 142
-, - John le Barber, Warden of, 197

Lukes, Nicholas William de, 120

Lungeneie, Nicholas Bursy de, 227

Lussher, Richard, 117, 118
-, - Walter, 261

Lutegaresale, John de, 8

Lutone, Richard de, 268
-, - William de, 74

Lyghtfot, William, 255
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 255
-, - - Sabine, wife of, 255

Lymburg. See Brabant, Duke of.

Lymestret, John de, 96

Lymyntone, Limintone, Robert de, 80, 129

Lyndewode, Walter de, 222

Lynford, John de, 4

Lynham, Nicholas de, 2

Lyntone, Roger de, 45, 129

M

Mabely, William, 161

Macchinge, Thomas de, 234

Mace, "Perotus" de, 110

Maceoun, Michael le, 55

Maciot, Nicholas, 94

Macoun, Richard, 96

Madefrey, Matfrei, Hugh, 69, 81, 100, 137, 232
-, - Nicholas, 284

Maderman, Thomas le, 42

Madour, Roger, 233

Maidenstone, John, 95

Maii, John, 278

Maistre, Richard, 277

Maldone, Walter de, 3

Malines or Mechlin, unlawful seizure of goods by burgesses of, 101, 102

Malines or Mechlin, merchants of, to be quit of murage, &c., 240, 241

Mallinge, John de, 4, 96, 268

Mamfel, John, 233

Manchestre, Thomas de, 163
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 163

Manhale, William de, 89, 157, 159, 161, 177, 269

Manion, Manioun, Manjon, Ferand, 175, 186, 191, 302
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 302

Manne, Nadde de, 287

Mantel, James, 258

Manworth, Richard de, 297

Marberer, Marbrer, Adam le, 56, 81, 166
-, - Walter le, 224, 253-4
-, - - Johanna, relict of, 253

Marchaunt, John, 4
-, - William, 289

Marche, Gilbert de la, 24
-, - - Thomas, son of, 24
-, - John ate (or de la), 142, 167, 177, 243
-, - - John, son of, 177
-, - Philip de la, 96
-, - Ralph de la, 4, 289
-, - Robert de la, 95
-, - William de la, 3. See also Merssh.

Marchyntone, John de, 126

Marcy, John, son of Nicholas le Barbier, 9

Mare, Cecilia de la, 108
-, - William de la, 52

Mareny, William de, 245

Marescalli, Aldebrand, 272

Mareschal, Marchal, Edmund le, 110
-, - Henry de Guldeford, called le, 31
-, - John le, 5, 95, 117, 126, 128
-, - Robert le, 4, 235
-, - Simon le, 304
-, - Walter le, 90, 268
-, - William le, de London, 296
-, - - Mary, wife of, 296

Mareys, Mareis, John, 259, 263

Markets, for the sale of corn, 56, 57

Marleberwe, John de, 3

Marmyoun, William, 95

Marny, William de, 172

Mars, Simon, 223

Marshall, Sir William le, parson of St. Mary Wolnoth, 101

Marshalsea Court, proceedings in, 49, 206-7. See also King's Household and King's Marshalsea.

Marshalsea Prison, 240

Marsham, Robert de, 83

Martelane, 108

Martin, Martyn, John, 2, 94

Maryns, Thomas de, 6, 216, 229, 232, 261, 300, 304
-, - - elected Chamberlain, 291

Marz, Simon, 268

Mascarelli, Bauduchin, 262, 263

"Mascles," meshes of a net, 237

Masschebury, Maisshebure, Adam de, 132
-, - Henry de, 201
-, - William de, 277. See also Messingburi.

Massingham, Messyngham, Thomas de, 289
-, - William de, 3, 94

"Mastles." See "Mascles."

Matham, Simon de, 70
-, - - Johanna, widow of, wife of Stephen de Abyndone, 70

"Maucovenant," James, 146

Maundeville, John de, 3

Mayor, election of, no one to take part in, unless specially summoned, 53; deputies of the, 71, 220, 223, 225, 241; the, deposed, 179n. ; of the Staples to be elected, 211, 214; as King's escheator, 224

Mayoralty, the, in the King's hand, 155, 178-9; restored, 214

Mayors:
-, Abyndone, Stephen (Steven) de, 18, 19, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60, 62, 67, 68, 70, 71
-, Aubrey, Aubry, Andrew, 188
-, Betoyne, Betoigne, &c., Richard de, 214n., 215, 217, 220, 221, 222, 223, 225, 252, 274, 276
-, Blound, Blount, John le, 26
-, Chigewell, Chiggewelle, &c. Hamo de, 9, 25, 31, 82, 84, 91, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 119, 121, 125, 126, 129n., 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 141, 142, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153, 157, 161, 162, 164, 165, 166, 167, 169, 170, 173, 174, 175, 177, 178, 179, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 189, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 201, 204, 205, 206, 208, 209, 210, 211, 216, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231
-, Conduit, Reginald de, 5, 6, 200, 212, 228, 250, 262, 268, 281, 290, 291, 292, 293, 298, 300, 302, 303
-, Farndone, Farendone, Nicholas de, 10, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 37, 90, 136, 137, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 274
-, Gisors, Gysors, &c., John de, 9, 12, 14, 16, 17, 20, 21, 36n., 39, 41, 42, 46, 49
-, Grantham, John de, 140, 192, 202, 231, 234, 235, 236, 237, 239, 241, 274
-, Prestone, John de, 192, 269, 274, 275, 280, 282, 283, 284, 286, 287, 288
-, Pulteneye, Polteneye, &c., John de, 69, 252, 253, 254, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 263, 264, 265, 268, 269, 272, 273, 274, 281, 284, 286, 288, 289, 290, 296, 302, 304
-, Refham, Richer de, 12
-, Romayn, Thomas, 27
-, Swanlond, Swanlund, Simon de, 77, 92, 242, 243, 244, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 274, 279
-, Waleys, Henry le, 179
-, Wengrave, Wenegrave, &c., John de, 7, 8, 9, 19, 20, 56, 62, 70, 74, 75, 76, 77, 80, 81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 90, 92, 97, 98, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107, 108, 109, 133

Mazerer, Mazeliner, Alexander le, 79
-, - John le, 9, 42, 78, 108, 112, 201
-, - - Walter, son of, 108, 201
-, - - William, son of, 78
-, - Robert le, 166
-, - Walter le, 232

Measures, according to the King's Standard, 74, 76
-, - examiners of, for corn, appointed, 74, 75

Meat, surveyors of, 109; bad, seized and condemned, 110, 111, 126, 133; belonging to foreign butchers seized for being exposed for sale contrary to the custom, 137

Medelane, Geoffrey de, 272, 275
-, - - William, son of, 272, 275
-, - William de, 29, 30, 79
-, - - Juliana, daughter of, 29, 30
-, - - Theophania, widow of, wife of John de Yieveneye, 29, 30, 79
-, - - Thomas, son of, 29, 30, 79

"Meilorg" (Maylor, co. Flint?), 211

Meldebourne, John de, 96
-, - Richard de, 50, 83
-, - Thomas de, 50

Meleward, Moleward, Walter le, 22, 128. See also Mulleward, Milleward.

Meltone, Richard de, 157, 158, 161

"Mendep," cloth called, 54

Mercers, Mistery of, names of those sworn to govern the, 232

Merchant Strangers. See Foreigners.

Merdele, Philip de, 27, 50

Merefeld, Walter de, 46

Mereworth, Merworth, Merword, Simon de, 94, 264, 295

Merk, Richard de, 169

Merkyngfeld, John de, goldsmith, 40
-, - John de, King's Justice, 40

Merlawe, Henry de, 91
-, - - Agnes, widow of, wife of William de Dorkyngge, 91
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 91, 92
-, - - Walter, son of, 91
-, - - William, son of, 91

Merre, Geoffrey, 286
-, - William, a tallager for the county of Oxford, 10

Merssh, John of the, 3
-, - Nicholas atte, 213, 295
-, See also Marche.

Mersshlond, Robert de, 3

Merstone, William de, 181

Merton, Prior of, 68

Mery, Roger, 3

Meryot, Miriet, Walter, 209, 234

Messingburi, Adam de, 95. See also Masschebury.

Metage of corn. See Corn.

Metere, Andrew le, 167.

Mew, John, 42

Mey, Ricche, 287

Michel, John, 157, 158
-, - - Juliana, wife of, 157
-, - William, 5, 283, 284
-, - - Katherine, wife of, widow of William Prodhome, 283, 284

Middelburgh, John de, 85

Middeltone, John de, 270
-, - - Richard, son of, 270

Middlesex, county of, annexed to the City, 167; the Sheriffs of London are Sheriff of, 167

Migham, Nicholas de, 95

Mignot, Mynot, Michael, 122, 232, 261, 275, 299
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 104

Milkstrete, Melkstrete, tenements in, 12, 21

Miller, William, de Lambeherst, 10, 11

Millers to be punished for committing assaults in the City by night, 116

Milleward, Robert le, 277. See also Meleward, Mulleward.

"Minever," a fur called, 225

Mirourer, Merourer, Geoffrey le, 269
-, - Richard le, 289

Missi, Elen, 287

Misteries, the government of the, claimed by the City, 143
-, - names of those sworn to govern the several, 232-4

Mitere, Richard le, 90, 197

Mockynge, Hugh de, 200, 230, 232, 253, 299
-, - John de, 5, 43, 46, 94, 196, 205, 232, 265, 293, 298
-, - - senior, 62

Moday, John, 175

Mogwelle, John de, Rector of St. Olave in Silvernestret, 101

Mohant, "Mohaut," Edmund, 113-4, 157, 159, 161

Molere, Alice la, 14

Moles, Peter, merchant of "Meilorg," 211

Monami, Monamy, William, 201, 277

Mondene, Moundene, Mundene, Adam de, 81, 92
-, - Robert de, 190
-, - Simon de, 97
-, - William de, 3

Monketone, William de, Sheriff of Cornwall and Warden of the Stannary, 203

Monqoi, Moncoi, Henry, 134, 172, 254, 275, 293
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 134, 282

Montacute, William de, 5

Montagu, Mountagu, John, 234
-, - William de, 205, 224, 268
-, - - Steward of the King's Household, 98

Montclar, Frisot de, 144

Montefiore, Paul de, 300

Moor, the, lease of, 7, 28, 118

Moraunt, Jordan, appointed to survey measures in Kent, Surrey, and Sussex, 76

Mordone, Gilbert de, 24, 28, 29, 69, 130, 137, 178, 181, 224, 278
-, - - Leticia, wife of, widow of Thomas le Wodere, 24
-, - Peter de, 278
-, - Robert de, 275
-, - Walter de, 7, 94, 128, 130, 208, 231, 238, 288, 293, 294, 298
-, - William de, 292, 293

More, Benedict atte, 72
-, - Cecilia ate, 19
-, - Gilbert atte, 136, 290
-, - Henry atte, 81, 232
-, - John atte, 215, 216

More, "Alesia," relict of John atte, wife of Peter Staci, 215
-, - - John, son of, 215
-, - - Stephen, son of, 215
-, - Reginald atte, 2

Morice, John, 297

Morle, Morlee, Richard de, 3
-, - Sir Robert de, City gift to, 273

Morri, Geoffrey, 92
-, - - Adam, son of, 92
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 92
-, - - Roger, son of, 92
-, - - Thomas, son of, 92
-, - - William, son of, 92

Mortimers, the, uncle and nephew, 150, 159, 161, 213

Mortone, John de, 279
-, - William de, 39, 127

Mosdene, John de, 245

Motun, Motoun, Robert, 117, 172, 224
-, - - Alice, daughter of, wife of John de Watford, 117
-, - - Richard, son of, 224
-, - - - Katherine, wife of, widow of Richard Swote, 224

Mounde, Walter, de Suthewerk, 231, 302
-, - - Walter, son of, 302

Mouner, Walter le, 94

Mucheldevere, Sir John de, 259

Mulgar, Hugh, 101
-, - - John de Assheby, son of, 101

Mulleward, Walter le, 241. See also Meleward, Milleward.

Multone, Robert de, 111
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 111, 112
-, - - "Bonajoia," daughter of, wife of Ralph Beleverge, 111, 112

Murage, grant of, to the City, 63-5, 66-7; not to be demanded in future in the City, as being bad for trade, 104; collectors of, appointed by the Commonalty, 146; burgesses of New Sarum to be quit of, 228-9; receivers of money arising out of, 237; Knights Hospitallers to be quit of, 239; burgesses of Malynes the same, 240-1; of Exeter the same, 248; of Shrewsbury the same, 249; of Canterbury the same, 255; of Lovayne the same, 256; grant of, to William Haunsard, 257; merchants of Hereford to be quit of, 263; the Peruchi of Florence the same, 265; merchants of Coventrie the same, 267-8; of Spain the same, 269; of Luca the same, 272; let to ferm, 273, 274; merchants of Ipswich to be quit of, 280-1; of Rochester the same, 283; certain merchants to be quit of, 287; merchants of Bristol the same, 303

Muriel, Walter, 269

Musard, John, 7

Musle, Thomas de, 39

Myles, John, de Smethefeud, 279

Mymmes, Hawisia de, 72
-, - John de, 79
-, - - Warden of Cripplegate, 197
-, - Roger de, 79, 162

Myne, John de la, 24

Mynot. See Mignot.

N

Nagrave (?), William, 96

Napery of England, 52

Nasard, Nazard, Henry, 78, 90, 94, 112, 115, 142
-, - - Alderman of Broad Street Ward, 139, 172

Nasinge, Nasyng, John de, 79, 227, 234
-, - William de, 227, 282, 289

Nasshe, John atte, 233

Naylere, Nailere, Robert le, 92
-, - Stephen le, 43

"Nedelere," 289

Neel, Nel, John, 94, 162
-, - - Matilda de Kydemenstre, wife of, 162
-, - Walter, 56, 93, 130, 216, 233, 246, 275
-, - - a Warden of London Bridge, 299

Neele, Nele (Nesle), merchants of, privileges enjoyed by, 214; rent due from, in arrear, 274

Nettlestede, Roger de, 133, 233

Neubery, John de, 233, 246, 271
-, - - junior, 233

Neucomen, Newcomyn, Robert, 129, 166

Neuport, William de, 201

Neutone, Reginald de, 4

Neve, John le, 264
-, - - de Candelwykstrete, 210
-, - William le, de Lenne, 279, 280

Nevile, John de, 184

Neville, Ralph de, Steward of the King's Household, 268
-, - Thomas de, 174
-, - - Isabella, widow of, 174

"New Articles" confirmed by the King, 104, 105

Newcastle, troops to be sent to, 5, 179

Newcastle, Neucastell, Nicholas de, 128, 271
-, - - Isabella, wife of, widow of Richard de Histone, 271
-, - Peter de, 18, 67, 127, 233, 302
-, - William atte, 95

Newcastle "super Are," or under Lyme , Stephen de, parson of St. Laurence de Candelwikstrete, 70, 244

"New Custom," the, 285, 287-8

Newecoke, William, 146

Newgate, the manner of guarding, 142
-, - William de Wynchestre, Warden of, 197

Newgate Prison, a chamber and sewer of, to be repaired, 66; gaol delivery, 244, 252, 283; precept to bring up a prisoner from, contrary to the franchise, 281

Newman, Neweman, Edmund, 3
-, - John, 118, 162
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 162
-, - - Cristina, wife of, 162n.
-, - - Cristina, daughter of, 162
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 162
-, - - Thomas, son of, 162

New Sarum, burgesses of, to be quit of murage, &c., 228-9; writ for election of two citizens to attend a Parliament at, 229, 230; charter of Edward III. dated from, 249

New Temple, the, 97; the Tron for wool proposed to be removed to, 211; manor of, granted to Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, 229

Nicholas, Sir, Rector of St. Benedict de Garscherche, 101
-, - Abbot of Pippewell, co. Northampton, 262

"Nichole." See Lincoln.

Nicol, Simon, 296

Noille, William, 82

Noke, Robert atte, 258
-, - William atte, 233, 258

Nonnes, Nunnes, Nunnys, John (de), 94, 128, 190, 204

Nore, John ate, 10
-, - - Roger de Stoke, son of, 10

Noreys, John, de Erbuthe, 237

Norfolk, cloth of, 54

Norhamptone, Henry de, 78, 137, 145, 159, 176, 256, 269, 272
-, - Richard de, 96, 97
-, - Robert de, 118, 233, 235
-, - - William, son of, 235

Normant, Thomas le, 7
-, - - Richard, son of, 7

Normantone, Benedict de, 184

Nortfolk, "Charles" de, 96

Northampton, cloth of, 65
-, - Parliament at, 227, 230
-, - an Iter held at, 244

Northawe, John atte, 83

Northburgh, Roger de, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 268

Northerne, Thomas le, 89

Northfolk, Andrew de, 201

Northhalle, John de, 288. See also Clerk, John le.
-, - Thomas de, 290

Northwych, Walter de, 82
-, - - Felicia, widow of, wife of Roger Swetinge, 82

Nortone, Gregory de, 5, 50, 69, 77, 92, 161, 192, 200, 212, 213, 216, 219, 223, 224, 225, 228, 230, 231, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 241, 242, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 256, 258, 259, 264, 268, 270, 272, 274, 279, 280, 281, 283, 284, 290, 292, 298, 300, 302
-, - - elected Common Serjeant and Pleader, 20
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 167
-, - - increase of fee of, as Recorder, 242-3
-, - John de, 234

Norwich, Bishop of, 271
-, - cloth of, 54
-, - merchants of, to help select a Mayor of the Staples, 211

Norwich, Norwiz, Sir Walter de, 39, 60, 105, 111; Warden of the King's Treasury, 168; City gifts to, 194
-, - William de, deputy Sheriff of Middlesex, 167

Notary, Philip the, 216

Notfeld, Thomas de, 86

Notingham, Notyngham, Geoffrey de, 3, 96, 129
-, - Henry de, 3
-, - John de, 96, 157, 161
-, - Ralph de, 233
-, - Roger de, 128, 186

Nottingham, Edward III. at, 222; charter of Edward III. dated from, 249; Parliament at, 299; a great Council at, 301

Nute, William, de Stokflete, 237

O

Oath taken by the soldiers furnished by the City for the war with Scotland, 5

Odyerne, John, 279

"Official," William, Serjeant of Cheap Ward, 136

Offord, John de, Dean of Arches, 304

"Of the castel," William, 296

"Of ye Rook," Robert, 96
-, See also "Othe Roke."

Okele, John de, 56

Okenore, John de, 96

Olneie, Sir John de, Knt., 197, 198

Ongar. See Aungre.

Ordinances made by those present at the Guildhall to bind those who disobey the summons to attend, 147
-, - made by two representatives of each Ward to bind the whole Commonalty, 174

Orfevre, Thomas le, de Newenham, 15, 16

Orgor, Thomas, 184

Orletone, John de, 168n., 169, 207, 226, 232
-, - - Alice, wife of, widow of Geoffrey de Brandone, 207

Ormesby, Gilbert de, visitor of the Order of Sempringham, 164
-, - Robert de, 177
-, - W[illiam] de, 10, 11
-, - - appointed to survey corn measures in Norfolk and Suffolk, 74, 75

Orphan, abduction of an, proceedings relative to, 266-7

Orphans, custody of, 10, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 43, 47, 48, 51, 52, 57, 61, 62, 67, 68, 69, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 81, 82, 90, 91, 92, 99, 100, 105, 106, 121, 135, 136, 145, 146, 162, 178, 180, 181, 183, 185, 186, 187, 188, 192, 199, 200, 204, 208, 209, 210, 212, 215, 216, 223, 224, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 235, 238, 239, 242, 246, 255, 260, 264, 266, 267, 268, 269, 272, 275

Osard, Richard, 93

Osbern, John, 4
-, - Thomas, elected broker of wines, 173
-, - William, 158, 161

Osbert, Abbot of Dureford (co. Sussex), 31

Osekyn, Robert, 81, 82, 88, 89, 170
-, - - Johanna, wife of, daughter of William le Callere, 82n., 88
-, - - John, son of, 82, 88, 170
-, - - Robert, son of, 81, 88, 89
-, - - Roger, son of, 81, 88
-, - - Simon, son of, 88

Otemonger, Dyonesius le, 222

Oteswich, William de, 27

"Othe Roke," Nicholas de Aka, called, 10
-, - - Isabella, daughter of, 10

"Othe Roke," Nicholas, son of Nicholas de Aka, called, 10
-, - - Richard, brother of, 10
-, See also "Of ye Rook."

Otteford (co. Kent), writ dated from, 256

Ounde, Nicholas de, 157

Oundele, Alexander de, 3
-, - William de, 4

Outfangthef, the right of the City to, 275-6

Outlawry, not put in execution without the King's consent, 156

Overee, Overhee, Walter, 89, 222, 242
-, - - John, son of, 242
-, - - Roesia, daughter of, 242

Overtone, Thomas de, 3

Owyas, William, 278

Oxford, charters of the city of, 249; the guild-merchant of the city of, 249; burgesses of, to be allowed their former liberties, 252, 253; to pay tronage on wools, wines, &c., 253

Oxford, Oxenford, Oxon', &c., Hugh de, 74
-, - - Matilda, late wife of, 74
-, - John de, 5, 7, 94, 130, 149, 164, 172, 182, 185, 186, 189, 193, 201, 225, 232, 242, 243, 246, 250, 261, 263, 276, 281, 288, 289, 298
-, - - wool merchant, elected to consult with a Parliament at Nottingham, 300
-, - Laurence de, 120
-, - Nicholas, 95
-, - Richard de, 157
-, - - Matilda, wife of, 157
-, - Walter de, 114, 157, 181, 183

P

Paas, John, 88

Pabenham, Simon de, 55-6

Padenham, Geoffrey de, a tallager for the county of Oxford, 10

Page, John, 127

Painters, Mistery of, names of those sworn to govern the, 234

Pake, John, 127

Palmer, Palmere, Paumer, Gilbert le, 4
-, - Grace le, 224
-, - Henry le, 93, 110, 130, 181, 184, 223, 233, 261, 262, 299, 302
-, - James le, 94, 129, 142
-, - John le, 181, 182
-, - Nicholas, 95
-, - Roger le, 32, 56, 81, 83, 84, 91, 99, 112, 113, 115, 122, 129, 133, 135, 142, 145, 146, 148, 149, 162, 165, 169, 170, 172, 182, 185, 186, 187, 199, 201, 208, 211

Palmer, Roger le, Alderman of Castlebaynard Ward, 11, 125; elected M. P. for the City, 54; compelled to attend on the King, 179n.
-, - - senior, 61
-, - - junior, 93
-, - Thomas le, 235
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, wife of Richard Baldewyne, 235, 236
-, - - Alice, daughter of, wife of Roger de Redebourne, 235, 236
-, - - Katherine, daughter of, 235, 236

Palyntone, Henry de, 201, 202
-, - John de, 201
-, - Thomas de, 201

Pampesworth, John de, 119, 120

Pamy, Robert, 128

Panyfader, Roger, de Houndesdiche, 156

Pappeword, Pappeworth, Walter (de), 94, 127, 149
-, - - Alderman of Candlewick Street Ward, 205

"Pares," or peers, 33

Paris, plaster of, 76

Paris, Parys, Pariz, Geoffrey de, 22
-, - - Johanna, widow of, 22
-, - John de, 26, 27, 81, 94, 97, 110, 129, 132, 177
-, - Roger de, 7, 9, 12, 16, 19, 20, 24, 25, 27, 33, 42, 46, 59, 62, 70, 77, 80, 94, 100, 112
-, - Simon de, 7, 8, 12, 24, 27, 31, 33, 41, 77, 81, 94, 106, 115, 137
-, - - the elder, 145
-, - - junior, 137
-, - - Alderman of Cheap Ward, 11, 125
-, - William de, 128

Parish Clerks, community of. See Chaplains.

Parker, John le, de Otteford, 10, 11
-, - - Thomas, son of, 10, 11

Parliament, at York, 6, 20, 30, 33, 87, 99, 104, 105, 167, 176, 217, 225, 227, 271, 282, 303 writ for the adjournment of, 17; the City members of, elected by good men summoned from each ward, 33; their expenses paid, 33; at Westminster, 39, 130, 134, 145, 183, 205, 206, 271, 295; petition to, for change in legal procedure, 51; at Lincoln, 54, 58, 71, 79; at Ripon, 174, 175; held by Prince Edward, afterwards King Edward III., in January, 1327, during his father's lifetime, 215; proclamation against attending, with an armed retinue, 227; at Northampton, 227, 230; at New Sarum, 229, 230; of 1328, 230n.; at Winchester, 243; at Nottingham, 299; wool merchants summoned to attend, 299, 300

Parnnslond, Robert de, 157

Parson, Robert, 60

Partenhale, William de, 144

Pasforde, William de, the King's valet, 203

"Passage," 140n.

Passaquila, John, 36. See also Pisaquila.

Passefeld, William de, 268

Passemer, William, 125, 184

Pasteler, Peter le, 138

Patemer, Henry de, 281

Paul's Walk. See Scriveners.

"Pavage," 140n.; burgesses of New Sarum to be quit of, 228, 229

Pavements, market for corn on the, 56, 57

Pavethorne, Hugh de, 3

Paviours. See Streets.

Pavy, Robert, 56, 110, 118, 119, 120

Payn, Thomas, Serjeant of Walbrook Ward, 120
-, - William, 227

Paynel, Laurence, 4

"Paynesfeld," a field near Edmonton called, 80

Peautrer, Roger le, 259

Peche, Pecche, John, 130, 234, 245
-, - Nicholas, 245

Pecok, John, 58, 157, 158
-, - - senior, the King's Alnager, 53, 54, 55
-, - Walter, 100, 114

Peleter, Daniel le, 158, 161

Pelham, John de, 68, 115, 233, 268
-, - Peter de, 277
-, - Richard de, 191, 261
-, - - Katherine, wife of, 191

Pellipers. See Skinners.

Peltry, surveyors of, on Cornhill, sworn, 110
-, - William del Abbeye admitted broker of, 302

Pembroke, Aymer de Valence, Earl of, 50, 98; sent by the King to confer with the City, 151; conveys the manor of the New Temple to Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, 229

Pencriche (Penerich ?), Peter de, 159, 162

Penedok, Andrew de, 227

Penerich (Penerich?), William de, 4

Penne, Ralph atte, de Aldenham, 83

Peny, Robert, 288
-, - - John, son of, 288

Pepperers of Soper's Lane, ordinances of the, 67

Percy, George de, 245

Perendone, Perndon, Thomas de, 136, 178
-, - - John, son of, 178

Perer, John, 137

Pereres, John de, 224

Perim, Reyner, 265

Perle, Thomas, 262

Perler, John (le), 4, 268
-, - Stephen le, 4

Perndon. See Perendone.

Peronele, Henry, 158, 161

Pershore, William de, 4

Persone, Robert, 17, 78, 204

Pertenale, William de, 162

Peruchi, merchants of the Florentine Company of, to be quit of murage, &c., 265

Pesehale, Richard de, 6

Pesok, John, 115
-, - - Robert, son of, 115
-, - - William, son of, 115

Pestel, Richard, 4

Pestour, Stephen le, 158
-, - - Henry, son of, 158
-, - William le, 139

Peter, son of William, 171

Peterborough, Thomas de, 241

Petertone, Petirtone, Adam de, 277- 278
-, - John de, 280

Petewardyn, John, 120, 222

Petri, Elias, 93

Peverel, John, 2

Peyntour, Adam le, 28
-, - John le, 267

"Peytou" (Poitou), 86

Pheliper, Feliper (Fripperer), Godwin le, 137, 145, 176
-, - - John Albon, son of, 137, 145, 176

Phelipeslane, 106

Philippi, Bono, 168

Picard, Pycard, John, 110
-, - Peter le, 42
-, - Robert, 290

Picheford, Sir Geoffrey de, 31
-, - - Richard, son of, 31

"Pickage," 248n.

Picot, Pycot, Pikot, Nicholas, 12, 25, 26, 48, 81, 235
-, - - John, son of, 81
-, - Ralph, 129, 208

Piebakere, Peter, 128

Pifre, Richard, 230

Pigeon, William, 91

Piggeflesshe, "Reynus" (or Reyner), 129, 130

Pigs, not to be allowed at large in the streets, 116

Pikeman, Adam, 5, 6, 133, 137, 199, 232, 254, 258, 274
-, - John, 94, 128
-, - Richard, 22
-, - - Amicia, wife of, widow of Ralph de Bery, 21, 22
-, - Thomas, 224, 231
-, - William, 192

Pikenham, Pykenham, John de, 69, 81, 166

Pikerel, Pykerel, William, 1, 187, 199, 212, 232, 255, 284, 303

Pikewell, William de, 4

Pilard, William, 156, 157, 161, 162

Pile, Henry, de Bolyngham, 120
-, - - John, son of, 120

Pillory, on Cornhill, 96

Pinder, Roger le, 4

Pinkeneie, Henry, 83

"Pione," murage payable on, 64

Pipe, the, in the Exchequer, 194

Pipehurst, Pyphurst, Robert de, 45, 52, 76, 87, 94, 137, 144, 186
-, - - Juliana, wife of, 186
-, - - elected a Warden of London Bridge, 146

Pipere, Reginald le, 93

Pippewell, co. Northampton, Abbot and Convent of, 262

Pisaquila, John, de "Janua," 73, 178.
-, See also Passaquila.

Place, Henry de, 270
-, - - Walter, son of, 270

Plastrer, Adam le, 76
-, - William, 303

Pleas of the Crown, not to be determined at Fairs by the City Wardens, 230

Pleas of Land, not to be determined at Fairs by the City Wardens, 230

Pledges, to be sold by the Chamberlain, 68

Plomer, William le, 270

Plomptone, William de, 156

Plomstede, James de, 95

Podifat, Robert, 128, 137

Poinfer, Robert, 95

Poitou, church of St. Hillary at, 6.
-, See also "Peytou."

Pokerige, John de, 3

Pole, John atte, 232
-, - Ralph de la, 42
-, - Richard de la, 250, 258; the King's Butler, elected Alderman of Bishopsgate. Ward, 243; elected M.P. for the City, 282

Pole, Roger ate, de Edelmeton, 80
-, - - John, son of, 80
-, - William de la, 258

Polham, Simon de, 302

Pollokeshull, John de, 3

Ponde, John atte, 61
-, - - Isabella, wife of, widow of William atte Vigne, 61

Ponge, Nicholas, 127, 137, 142, 261, 285

"Pontage," 140n.
-, - not to be demanded by the City for goods passing over or under London Bridge, 63

Pont de Sorgue, a Papal Bull dated at, 6

Ponte, Robert de, 233

Pontefract, Friar Richard de, 245
-, - William de, 4, 23. See also Poumfreit.

"Pontfreint" (Pontefract), writ dated from, 225

Pope, John, 298
-, - Robert, 227
-, - William, 286

Porkele, William de, 234

Porter, Thomas le, 96, 273

Portesmuth, Portecemouthe, John de, 117, 118
-, - Robert de, 277

Portsmouth, the fleet at, 192

Portsoken Ward, Prior of Holy Trinity, Alderman of, 124
-, - to provide men to clean out the City ditches, 147; assessment of, 187

Potone, William de, 3

Potrel, John, 121

Potters, frauds committed by, 67

Potyn, John, 81, 94, 98, 122, 128, 208, 226, 227, 232
-, - Thomas, 289

Poultry, &c., ordinance regulating price of, 43, 44

Poultry, the, on Cornhill, a keeper of, sworn, 113

"Poumandemer," murage payable on, 65

Poumfreit, John de, 95. See also Pontefract.
-, - Robert de, 114, 134
-, - William de, 127, 183, 285

Pountoyse, writ dated from, 17

Pourte, Geoffrey, 29
-, - Richard, 28, 29

Powell, John, weigher at the Tron, discharged, 20

Power, Roger, 247

Poyntel, Pointel, John, 8, 20, 32, 88, 89, 94, 97, 98, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107, 112, 113, 115, 121, 126, 132, 134, 142, 146, 148, 169, 178, 185, 186-7, 204, 221, 236, 242, 269, 277
-, - - Alderman of Bishopsgate Ward, 125; discharged on account of old age, 243
-, - Roger, 39, 118
-, - Thomas, 109, 110, 175, 242

Prat, John, 115
-, - William, 115

Preaching Friars, order for arrest of, found wandering, 38; a meeting held at their house to elect a Mayor of the Staples, 211

Precedent, a, not to be made of City forces serving outside the City, 99, 153, 154, 155

Prentiz, Prentice, Thomas, 8, 61, 83, 93, 96, 99, 100, 107, 113, 128, 172, 174, 197, 205, 233
-, - - Warden of London Bridge, 41, 52; elected M.P. for the City, 145
-, - William, 276

"Preparation," the day of, 276

Presents, list of, sent by the City to various magnates, 194, 195

Pressa the washerwoman, 270

Prest, John, 167

Prestone, Henry de, 37, 130, 191, 242, 247, 261
-, - John de, 5, 7, 27, 31-2, 37, 60, 69, 78, 83, 85, 91, 93, 108, 109, 110, 112, 116, 119, 125, 126, 131, 133, 148, 164, 165, 169, 170, 172, 177, 185-6, 192, 200, 217, 227, 228, 231, 232, 241, 242, 248, 249, 251, 252, 253, 254, 263, 269, 274, 275, 277, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 286, 287, 288, 298
-, - - elected Alderman of Dowgate Ward, 146
-, - Reginald de, 4
-, - Richard de, 242, 261, 273
-, - Robert de, 4
-, - Stephen de, 37, 62, 78, 85, 93, 191
-, - William de, 37, 208, 294, 295

Prestwold, John de, 4

Prichet, John, 118, 241

Priour, John, senior, 32, 77, 78, 83, 85, 92, 108, 112, 130, 137, 170, 185, 186, 191, 221, 223, 231, 234, 236, 241, 242, 249, 251, 252, 254, 256, 259, 268, 269, 274, 286
-, - - Idonea, wife of, widow of William de Conduit, 76, 77, 185n.

Priour, John, junior, 128, 130, 233, 270
-, - Roger, 159, 161
-, - William, elected weigher at the Tron, 181

Prisage, not to be demanded of ecclesiastics, 63; proclamation against, 79

Privy Seal, the King's, lost, 36

Proclamation, for keeping the King's peace, 2, 25, 238; against forestalling, 43, 44; against vintners and taverners charging more than threepence a gallon for wine, 44; offering a reward for the head of Mortimer, 213; against attending Parliament with an armed retinue, 227

Prodhome, Prodomme, Henry, 91, 283, 284
-, - William, 32, 43, 81, 102, 129, 232, 283, 284 See also Brodhome.
-, - - Katherine, widow of, wife of William Michel, 283, 284

Pui, le (le Puy en Velay), Confraternity of, gift to, for a chantry in the Guildhall Chapel, 1

Pulteneye, Polteneye, John de, 2, 5, 69, 128, 190, 204, 223, 231, 237, 239, 250, 252, 253, 254, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 263, 264, 265, 268, 269, 272, 273, 274, 281, 284, 286, 288, 289, 290, 292, 296, 302, 304

Punte, Geoffrey, 289

Purser, Payn le, 223

Pursers, complaint against, for false work, 223

Purtreour, Robert le, 232

Purveyance, not to be demanded of ecclesiastics, 63

Purveyors, the King's. See King's Household.

Pyk, Pyke, Alexander, 60, 94, 242
-, - Nicholas, 231, 250, 280, 283, 286, 298

Pykerel, Peter, 108

Pykeringge, Thomas de, 95

Pykeworth, William de, 86

Pymme, Richard, 86

Pynel, John, 131

Pynnefowel, Pynfoul, Richard, 46, 176

Pynnore, Richard, 261

Pynnot, John, 258

Q

"Quarantine" in legal proceedings, 219

Queen Eleanor, her tailor, 92

Queen Philippa, City gifts to, 187, 217; "Queen's Gold" alleged to be due to, 296

Queenhithe, the, granted to the City by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, 50; charges on the ferm of, 50, 51, 75; writ for delivery of custody of, to Robert de Hemenhale, declined, 103; cornmeters at, elected, 167; bailiffs of, 167, 196

Queenhithe Ward, 81, 143, 277; Hamo de Chigwelle, Alderman of, 124; to provide men to clean out the City ditches, 147; assessment of, 187

Queen's Gold, illegal demand for, 296; its exaction forbidden, 300

Quercy (Caturcum), 244

R

Radioun, Walter, 156

Ragoun, Salamon, 199, 200

Rahgtone, Robert de, 130

Ralph the baker, 79
-, - the beadle, 98
-, - the clerk, 45

Ram, Thomas le, 167. See also Ramme.

Ramage, Robert, 158, 161

Rameseye, Nicholas de, 266
-, - Roger de, 100
-, - - Matilda, wife of, daughter of Walter de Kyngestone, 100
-, - William de, master of the "new work" of St. Paul's, not to be put on juries, 264
-, - William, senior, 266
-, - - Nicholas, kinsman of, 266
-, - William, junior, 266, 267
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, wife of Robert, son of William Huberd, 266
-, - - Cristiana, wife of, 266

Ramme, "Raume," William atte, 94, 109, 110. See also Ram.

Ravenesdale (co. Derby), writ dated from, 183

Recorder, the, his yearly fee increased, 242-3; to receive annually a gown like that worn by Aldermen, 243

Recorders:
-, Hertpol, Geoffrey de, 11, 12
-, Norton, Gregory de, 5, 219, 242, 247, 270, 292, 300
-, Swalclyve, Robert de, 12, 147, 217

Redbourne, Redebourne, Roger de, 235, 236

Redbourne, Redebourne, Alice, wife of Roger de, daughter of Thomas le Palmere, 235, 236
-, - - Agnes, sister of, wife of Richard Baldewyne, 235, 236
-, - - Katherine, sister of, 235, 236
-, - William de, 2

Rede, John le, 204
-, - - Walter, son of, 204
-, - - - Peter, brother of, 204

Redere, William le, 258

Redereslane, 107

Redingge, &c., Richard de, 83
-, - Thomas de, 95
-, - William de, 97

Red-work (ruffum opus), murage payable on, 64

Ree, Hanekyn ate, 178

Refby, William de, 95

Refham, Richer de, 12, 76, 78, 112
-, - - elected M.P for the City, 30, 33

Reigate, Reygate, Adam de, 167
-, - Alexander de, 15
-, - Nicholas de, 241, 260, 289

Renaud, John, 302

Reneward, Benedict, 203

Renham, Reynham, John "in the Hale" de, 276
-, - Richard de, 93, 216, 233
-, - Robert de, 171 See also Reveham.

Replevin, not allowed to a felon unless free of the City, 36n.

"Retherhethe" (Rotherhithe), (Sir) William Horn, Rector of, 216, 217n.

Reveham (Reneham?), John de, 200
-, - William de, 201

Reyham, Roger de, 245

Reyner, William, 233

Reynerii, Pietro, 168

Reynham. See Renham.

Reynolds, Walter, Bishop of Worcester, a cope presented by the City to, 201-2
-, - - Archbishop of Canterbury, 98, 202

Richard I., charter of, to the burgesses of Colchester, 140n.

Richard, King of the Romans, his charter to the city of Exeter, 248

Richmond, John of Brittany, Earl of, 16, 76, 230

"Ricoungay," "Rieongay," "Reconai," Simon, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160

Riklinghous, Henry de, 86

Ringwode, John de, 95

Riole, la, 91, 117. See also Ryole.

Ripon, Parliament at, 174, 175

Rislep, Geoffrey de, 95

Riveres, William de, 87

Roberd, William, 233

Robert, Sir, parson of Iselyngham (Isleham, co. Camb.), 150, 168, 207

Robert, Simon, 127

Roche, Rothe, Richard atte, 128
-, - Simon atte, 4
-, - William atte, 80, 83, 94, 101, 114, 128, 129, 130, 193

Roche-Orival, charter dated from, 85

Rochester, charter of Henry III. to, 283

Rofot, Richard, 290

Rogate, Richard de, 95
-, - Thomas de, 95

Roger the Clerk, 98

Rogeri, Albertin, 198

Rokehall, William de, 281
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 281

Rokele, John de la, 233, 273

Rokesle, Rokesleye, Adam de, 71
-, - - the King's Chamberlain, 165n.
-, - Isabella de, 225
-, - Roger de, 85, 270
-, - - Margery, wife of, 270
-, - Stephen de, 78

Rokyngham, Richard de, 175

Rollond, John, 3

Romeneye, John de, 60, 62

Romeseye, John de, 234, 302

Romeyne, Romayn, John de, 93
-, - Thomas de, 27, 210

Ronewelle, Thomas de, 264

"Roo," Stephen, called le, 165

Roodynge, Nicholas de, 90

Ropere, Reginald le, 105
-, - Robert le, 294, 299
-, - Thomas le, 80, 128, 133

Ros, Roos, John de, 257
-, - William de, de Hamelak, 268

"Rosekyn," murage payable on, 64

Rothe. See Roche.

Rotheresgate, 136

Rothewelle, Andrew de, 84
-, - - Alditha, wife (?) of, dau. of Ralph de Londenstone, 84
-, - - Thomas, son of, 84
-, - Stephen de, 158

Rothinge, Rothynge, Adam de, 117, 201
-, - - Katherine, wife of, 117
-, - Geoffrey de, 170
-, - Richard de, 7, 114, 137, 145, 159, 173, 176, 177, 221, 222, 224, 232, 246, 250, 261, 276, 281, 288
-, - - M.P. for the City, 282

Rouberi, Routhberi, Alan de, 93, 127

Rous, Henry le, 279
-, - Richard le, 279, 280
-, - William le, 251

Routhberi. See Rouberi.

Royston, co. Herts, 281

Ruddoke, John, 294

Rumberwe, John de, 5

Rumford, writ dated from, 152

Russel, Elyas, 48
-, - Henry, 228
-, - John, 289
-, - Pentecoste, 3, 29
-, - Walter, 3

Ruthyn, Richard, 209

Ry, John de, 292

Rye, Godfrey atte, 262

Ryole, Henry ate, 145

Rys, Thomas, 76, 116, 122, 130, 137, 186

S

Sabrichesworth, William de, 204, 241

Saddlers, Mistery of, their agreement with the Misteries of Fusters and Lorimers, 219, 220
-, - - names of those sworn to govern the, 232

Sadeler, Philip le, 120

St. Alban, Adam de, 81, 94, 109, 110, 128, 224, 232, 258, 285
-, - Katherine de, 239
-, - - John, son of, 239
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 239
-, - - - Richard de Gloucestre, father of, 239
-, - William de, 129, 159, 161, 208

St. Alban de Wodestrate, parish of, 144

St. Alphege within Crepelgate, parish of, 97, 106

St. Andrew upon Cornhulle, Henry, Rector of, 101

St. Andrew Huberd, the right of presentation to the church of, 50

St. Antonin, parish of, 144, 178, 238, 295

St. Antonine, Henry de, 72, 73

St. Augustine, Canterbury, Abbot and Convent of, their wharf on the Thames, 243

St. Bartholomew, parish of, 82

St. Bartholomew de Smethefelde, Prior and Convent of, 163, 193

St. Benedict Fink, St. Benet Fynk, 82, 144, 269

St. Benedict de Garscherche, Sir Nicholas, parson of, 101

St. Benedict Shorhog, parish of, 112, 184, 265, 271

St. Benedict de Wodewharf, parish of, 32

St. Botolph, Billyngesgate, parish of, 107

St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, parish of, 251
-, - Sir Henry de Colne, Rector of, 251

St. Botolph (Boston, co. Linc.), the City's attorneys at the Fair of, 230, 286, 291, 303

St. Botolph Lane, 125, 192, 295

St. Botolph Wharf, to be repaired by Wardens of London Bridge, 149, 208; payment for repair of, 271; let to ferm, 282, 292

St. Bride, Fleet Street, church of, 60
-, - parish of, 97, 177

St. Christopher de Bradestrete, parish of, 78

St. Clement's Lane, 295

St. Dionis Backchurch. parish of, 42, 136

St. Dunstan, parish of, 62, 242
-, - Ward of, 143

St. Dunstan West, parish of, 125, 184

St. Edmund, Fulk de, 61, 74
-, - - James, son of, 61, 74
-, - - - Agnes, dau. of, 74
-, - - - John, son of, 74
-, - John de, 272

St. Edmund the King and Martyr, parish of, 136

St. Ethelburga within Bisshopesgate, parish of, 24

St. Faith, John, parson of the church of, 76

St. George de Estchep, Sir Silvester, Rector of, 125
-, - parish of, 192

St. Giles, Hospital of, 199

St. Helen, nuns of, 251

St. Ives, Robert de, 159

St. James de Garlekhethe, parish of, 29, 79, 105, 246

St. John, Robert de, 289

St. John of Jerusalem, Knights of, the City not to distrain for murage on the, 239

"St. John Perth" (Perth), 86

St. John de Walebroke, parish of, 117

St. Katherine, Hospital of, 68, 197

St. Laurence de Candelwikstrete, parish of, 15
-, - Stephen de Newcastle "super Are" (or under-Lyme), parson of, 70, 244

St. Laurence, Jewry, parish of, 98, 122, 173, 209, 227

St. Laurence Lane, in the Jewry, 289

St. Magnus, John de, 167

St. Magnus, church of, 39
-, - parish of, 224, 228, 252, 255

St. Margaret, Bridge Street, parish of, 199, 228, 253

St. Margaret Patyns, parish of, 197

St. Martin, William de, 101, 114

St. Martin [sic] de Garlekhuthe, parish of, 246

St. Martin le Grand, writs in error from the Husting returned before Justices at, 55; curfew rung at, 136, 142; inquest at, touching evidence in a case of trespass against Richard le Chaucer and Mary his wife, 218; all inquisitions touching citizens to be held at, and not elsewhere, 244

St. Martin Orgar de Candelwykstrete, parish of, 204

St. Martin de Oteswich, parish of, 269

St. Martin Pomer, parish of, 228

St. Martin in the Vintry, parish of, 117, 246

St. Mary de Aldermannebury, parish of, 282

St. Mary Aldermary, chantry of John de Export in church of, 87, 88

St. Mary without Alegate, Abbess of, 106

St. Mary "de Aroubus," See St. Mary le Bow.

St. Mary without Bishopsgate, the new Hospital of, 106, 163, 205, 251

St. Mary de Bothehawe, parish of, 51, 78, 102

St. Mary le Bow or "de Arcubus," church of, 106
-, - - Dean of, 62, 87
-, - parish of, 108, 134, 163, 249, 252

St. Mary de Colcherch, parish of, 164

St. Mary de Farncherche, parish of, 169

St. Mary at Hill, church of, 36
-, - parish of, 21, 174

St. Mary Magdalen de Eldeflsshstrete, parish of, 280

St. Mary Magdalen de Melkstrete, parish of, 101, 171

St. Mary Pre, co. Leicester, convent of, 296

St. Mary de Stanyngelane, parish of, 190

St. Mary Wolnoth, Sir William le Marshall, parson of, 101
-, - parish of, 256

St. Mary Woolchurch, parish of, 258

St. Matthew de Fridaystrete, parish of, 175

St. Michael's churchyard, wall of, 183

St. Michael de Bassieshagh, Ranulf de Waltham, Rector of, 75

St. Michael near Candelwikstrete, parish of, 69

St. Michael atte Corne (or "le Quern"), parish of, 23, 166

St. Michael, Cornhill, church of, 114

St. Michael de Paternostercherche, parish of, 78, 91, 117

St. Michael, Queenhithe, parish of, 29, 30, 79

St. Michael de Wodestrate, par. of, 83

St. Mildred de Bredstret, parish of, 83

St. Mildred in the Poultry, parish of, 164, 285

St. Neot, John de, 134

St. Nicholas Coldabbey, parish of, 102

St. Nicholas Hacon, parish of, 175, 186.

St. Nicholas Olaf, parish of, 190

St. Nicholas Shambles, parish of, 135, 171, 257

St. Olave in Silvernestret, John de Mogwelle, Rector of, 101

St. Olave, Suthwerk, church of, wharf belonging to, 243
-, - parish of, 38

St. Olave towards the Tower, parish of, 108

St. Omer, charters to burgesses of, 150

St. Osith, cloth of, 54

St. Pancras, parish of, 82, 198, 224, 288

St. Paul's, Dean and Chapter of, 31, 83, 199; chantry of Henry de Guldeford in, 31; proclamation for arrest of vagabond Friars Preachers made in, 38; scriveners frequenting, 38; John de Dytton, Canon of, 176; corn not to be sold before Prime sounded at, 197; chests of goods belonging to the King's Wardrobe found in the Treasury of, 225; William de Rameseye, master of the "new work" of, not to be put on juries, &c., 264

St. Peter de Bradestrate, parish of, 112

St. Peter on Cornhill, church of, 114, 119
-, - parish of, 117, 235, 236, 269

St. Saviour, Prior and Convent of, 83

St. Saviour, John de, 278

St. Sepulchre, parish of, 175, 243
-, - - Peter of the, 157
-, - - Roger of the, 157

St. Stephen de Colemanstrete, parish of, 164, 286

St. Stephen on Walbrok, parish of, 130

St. Thomas de Acon, church of, 142, 193

St. Thomas the Apostle, church of, chantries in, 259

St. Vedast in Westchepe, parish of, 255

Sakkere, Adam le, 101, 138

Saleman, John, 46, 94, 119, 126, 127, 135, 137, 192, 196, 232
-, - Robert, 270

Salesburi, Salesbire, Sarum, &c., Adam de, 94, 116, 128, 130, 178, 186, 188, 189, 201, 231, 236, 267
-, - John de, 118, 119, 158
-, - William de, 267

Salisbury, Bishop of, his hostel in Fleet Street, 290

"Salopesbyre." See Shrewsbury.

Salopia, Salop', John de, 4, 110. See also Shrouesbury, Shrewsbury.

Saltwode, near Hythe, co. Kent, writ, &c., dated from, 210, 211

Sampson, Henry, 3

Sanctuary, the citizens pardoned for neglecting to watch those taking, 149

Sandale, Sendale, "Cendal," Sir John de, 27-8, 41, 60
-, - - Bishop of Winchester, 106
-, - William de, 106

Sandone, William, 133

Sandwich, Sandwyz, Sandwye, Michael de, 110
-, - Nicholas de, 245
-, - Ralph de, Warden of the City, 253
-, - Walter de, 96
-, - William de, 167

Saumford, Saunford, Edmund de, 297
-, - William de, 186, 197

Saumon, Hugh, 95

Saundre, John, 4

Sautre (Saltrey or Sawtre, co. Hunt.), Abbey of, 102

Sauvage, Roger, 129, 234, 289

Savery, Adam, 115

Saxton', John de, 82

Say, Geoffrey de, the King's Admiral, 298
-, - Henry de, King's Chamberlain, 165n.
-, - William de, 22, 23
-, - - Geoffrey, son of, 22, 23

Saylebien, Robert, 159, 162

"Scawagers," a Court of, 267

Schyngel, Nicholas, 126

Scot, Geoffrey, 232
-, - Gilbert, 259, 263
-, - - Wymarca, wife of, 259, 263
-, - John, 3, 285
-, - Richard, 114
-, - Robert, de Erhuthe, 237
-, - William, 115

"Scot" and "Lot," 285n.

Scotland, war with, 2-5, 31, 37, 79, 91, 93, 99, 103, 105, 133-4, 163, 168, 169, 173, 281, 292, 296, 302

Scriveners, frequenting "Paul's Walk," 38n.

Scrope. See Lescrop.

Sealer, Seeler, Crispin le, 302
-, - Richard le, 228

Seccheford, Secheford, Sechford, &c., Andrew de, 4, 166, 233
-, - Henry de, 7, 32, 69, 76, 77, 92, 94, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 115, 122, 126, 133, 142, 146, 148, 149, 165, 166, 169, 170, 178, 180, 182, 183, 185, 186, 187, 192, 193, 198, 200, 201, 204, 209, 211, 212, 217, 221, 223-4, 225, 228, 230, 235, 236, 238, 239, 241, 242, 244, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 252, 253, 254, 256, 258, 259, 260, 263, 264, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 272, 273, 274, 275, 279, 280, 281, 283, 284, 290-1, 292, 298
-, - - Alderman of Aldersgate Ward, 125, 231
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 206, 295
-, - - Chamberlain, 231, 270-1, 292

Segod, John, 115
-, - - John, son of, 115

Segrave, Gilbert, Bishop of London, 50
-, - William de, 276

Seistede, John de, 128

Seld, the Great, 199

Sellynge, John (de), 171, 172
-, - - Robert, son of, 171

Sely, Seli, "Saly," Laurence, 257
-, - - Agnes, wife of, daughter of Roger Hosebond, 257
-, - Robert, 32, 81, 91, 109, 113, 115, 121, 125, 126, 145, 146, 148, 149, 169, 170, 172, 173, 193, 199
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 193
-, - - Alderman of Lime Street Ward, 124

Seman, Nicholas. 114, 233
-, - Simon, 241

Sempryngham, Sempringham, Order of, 164

Sencler, Thomas, 222

Sene, Ambrose de, 288
-, - Bartholomew de, 288
-, - "Fachicio" de, 288

Sequestration, charge of breaking a, 138, 182

Servat, Servad, William, 17, 20, 24, 39, 68, 70, 80, 112, 244
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 17

Settere, William le, 50

Sevecampe, Peter de, 277

Sewell, Sewal, Sewel, John, 188
-, - Thomas de, 260, 295, 297

Seyntes, William, 170

Shail, Schail, Scheil, Schial, Laurence, 101, 114
-, - - Richard, 133
-, - - Thomas, 151

Shaldeford, Thomas de, 4

Shambles, surveyors of meat at the, 109

Shardelowe, John de, 195

"Sharlet," cloth of, 194

Sharp, Sharpe, Scharp, Druet, 183
-, - Drugo, 279
-, - John, 483

Shawe, Henry de, 289

Shene, Thomas de, 201, 277

Shepdene, William, 96

Shepertone, Richard de, 56

Shepstone, Richard de, 102
-, - - Alice, wife of, 103
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 103
-, - - Eustace, son of, 103

Sheriffs:
-, Abyndone, Simon de, 91, 108, 109, 110, 112, 113, 116, 119, 125, 126, 131, 133, 164, 177
-, - Stephen de, 41, 42, 46
-, Adrien, John, 195
-, Aubrey, Andrew, 265
-, Balauncer, Ralph le, 108
-, Bodele, William de, 19, 60
-, Brykelesworth, William de, 288
-, Burdeyn, Robert, 40
-, Caustone, John de, 197, 199, 201, 205, 206
-, - William de, 108
-, Chauntecler, Roger, 221, 276
-, Chiggewelle, Hamo de, 39, 40, 41, 46
-, Clerk, John le, otherwise de Northhalle, 288, 303
-, Combemartyn, Henry de, 140, 218
-, Conduit, Reginald de, 134, 139, 148
-, Costantyn, Richard, 32, 148, 157, 164, 166, 169, 170, 173
-, Cotoun, John, 224
-, Curteys, William, 303
-, Dallyng, Dallynge, John de, 88, 97, 98, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107
-, Darci, Henry, 224
-, Ely, Roger de, 112, 175, 194
-, Engleys, Walter le, 195
-, Fourneys, Furneys, William de, 77, 83, 85, 92, 98
-, Fraunceys, Simon, 140, 218, 241
-, Fulsham, Benedict de, 149, 197, 199, 205
-, Gartone, Hugh de, 40
-, Gisors, &c., Henry de, 245, 246, 279
-, Godchep, Hamo, 19, 60
-, Grantham ("Graham"), John de, 112, 175, 194
-, Hakeneye, Hakeneie, Richard de, 32, 148, 157, 164, 166, 169, 170, 173
-, Horsham, Richard de, 25
-, Hosebond, Husebond, John, 280, 283, 286
-, Hynxtone, John de, 292
-, Lacer, Richard le, 245, 246, 279
-, Lambyn, John, 16
-, Ludekyn, Adam, 16
-, Mockyng, John de, 265
-, Mordone, Gilbert de, 224
-, Northhalle, John de. See Clerk, John le.
-, Oxford, Oxon', &c., John de, 182, 185, 186, 189
-, Palmere, Roger le, senior, 61
-, Poyntel, John, 8, 88, 97, 98, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107
-, Prestone, John de, 91, 108, 109, 110, 112, 116, 119, 125, 126, 131, 133, 164, 177
-, Prior, Priour, John, 78, 83, 85, 92
-, Pyk, Pyke, Nicholas, 280, 283, 286
-, Rothynge, Richard de, 221, 222, 276
-, St. Edmund, James, son of Fulk de, 61, 74
-, Salesberi, Sarum, Adam de, 186, 188, 189
-, Turk, Walter, 292

Sheriffs, the, complaints of extortion made against, 13; persons nominated as, to be admitted, whether present or absent, by the Barons of the Exchequer, 25; an inquiry to be held into the conduct of, 40, 41; no one to take part in election of, unless specially summoned, 53; to make preparations for an Iter at the Tower, 138; of London act as Sheriff of Middlesex, 167; refuse to attend the King out of the City, 167-8; escape of a prisoner from custody of, 222

Sheriffs' Court, documents drawn up outside the City not to be accepted as evidence in the, 133

Sherman, "Cherman," Gilbert le, 277
-, - John (le), 95, 96
-, - William le, 4

Shernhale, Stephen de, 247
-, - - Ralph, son of, 247

Shether, Robert le, 294

Shirbourne, John de, 286
-, - - elected Common Clerk, 290
-, - William de, 268

Shire, Shyre, Gregory atte, 7, 196

Shobenhauge, Adam de, a tallager for the county of Oxford, 10

Shoes, seized for being falsely made, 118

Shordich, Shordiche, Sordwyche, Richard de, 1, 81, 93, 129, 175, 188
-, - Robert de, 5, 232
-, - William de, 229

Shorne, Benedict de, 128, 200, 258
-, - - charged with selling fish outside the Stocks Market, 180, 184, 185, 189, 190, 191; loses the freedom, 185, 191; recovers the freedom, 185, 191
-, - - Alice, wife of, 258
-, - Henry ate (de), 127, 184

Shouk, Gilbert, 196

Showelle, John de, 3

Shrewsbury, 150, 161; burgesses of, to be quit of murage, 249; charters to, 249

Shrouesbury, Schrouesbury, Geoffrey de, 159, 161
-, - John de, 3 See also Salopia.

Silk, raw, a broker of, appointed, 177

Silvester, Sir, Rector of the church of St. George de Estchep, 125

Silvis, Adam, 151
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 151

Simeon, John, surrenders his freedom, 14. See also Symeon.

Simian, John, 128

Simond, William, 126

Simonetti, Ascelin de Luca, 288

Sistre, Master Bernard, Canon of the Church of St. Hillary at Poitou, 6

Skeneadieus, Robert, 96

Skinners, charter of Edward III. to the, 226
-, - names of those sworn to govern the Mistery of, 233

Skynnere, Henry le, 110

Slogh, Walter atte, 290

Sloghtre, John de, 130

Small Beam or Balance. See Balance.

Smalwode, John de, 156, 157

Smart, John, 256

Smythe, Thomas the, de Stebenhethe, 126

Snetesham, Henry de, 302
-, - Thomas de, 302
-, - William de, 4

Snow, Snowe, Adam, 80, 93, 128

Socage, the book of, 132

Sole, Roger atte, 271
-, - - Cristiana, wife of, 271
-, - - called "de Haverynge," 183

Somer', John, 189, 199, 212, 242

Somerfeld, William de, tailor to the Queen Mother, 92

Somersete, Edmund de, 95
-, - John de, 104
-, - Philip de, 2
-, - Ralph de, 4

Somersham, Someresham, John de, 94, 209, 254, 261

Somery, Margery de, widow of Walter de Frowyk, 83

Sonynghulle, Laurence de, 297

Sopereslane, tenements in, 198

Soret, Stephen, de Montpellier, 120

Sorweles, William, 46

Southcote, Suthcote, Roger de, 56, 81, 103, 120, 129

Southwark. See Suthwerk.

Soygne, Robert, de Writle, 23
-, - - Agnes, wife of, daughter of Robert Cook, 23

Spaigne. See Spayne.

Spain, merchants of, to be quit of murage, &c., 269

Spaldinge, Spaldyngge, Joce de, 121
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 121
-, - Nicholas de, 3

Spaldyng, writ dated from, 38, 39

"Spayne," Cambin Fantini called, 285, 286
-, - - Boniface, son of, 285
-, - - Cristiana, daughter of, 285
-, - - Isabella, daughter of, 285
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, wife of Robert Freshfish called "de Stoktone," 285, 286
-, - - John, son of, 285
-, - - Margery, daughter of, 285
-, - - Sabine, daughter of, 285

Spayne, Ispannia, Giles de, 245
-, - James de, 243
-, - Thomas de, 85, 128, 191, 271

Spence, William atte, 282

Spenser, Alan le, de Reynham, 237
-, - Hugh le, 247

Sperlyng, Gilbert, 50
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 50
-, - William, de West Hamme, 110, 111

Spicer, Bartholomew le, 128. See also Lespicer, Espicer.

Sporiere, Richard le, 177
-, - - Margaret, daughter of, wife of Richard le Latoner, 177

"Sporoneslane," 79

Spray, Spraye, John, 129, 177, 229, 233, 266, 267

Springfeld, Spryngfeld, Sewal de, 98, 122, 173
-, - - Alice, wife of, 98, 122, 173

Sprot, Sprott, John, 263, 280
-, - Nicholas, 270
-, - Richard, 223, 268
-, - - John, son of, 223
-, - Thomas, 115
-, - Walter, 92
-, - William, 129, 286
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 286
-, - - Richard, son of, 286

Squiller, John le, 4
-, - Thomas, 3

Squirel, Martin, 94

Stace, Geoffrey, 218, 226, 237; convicted of trespass, 219
-, - - Laurence, man of, 218, 226, 237
-, - Thomas, 218, 226, 237

Staci, Peter, 215
-, - - "Alesia," wife of, relict of John atte More, 215
-, - Umfrey, 129

Stafford, John de, 3, 96

"Stallage," 140n.

Stamford, Stanford, Staunford, 273
-, - cloth of, 54, 65

Staneford, John de, 139
-, - William de, 127, 192

Stanenord, William de, 228

Stanes, Agnes de, wife of Alan de Brauncestre, 198
-, - - Gilbert, son of, 198
-, - - - the wife of, 198
-, - William de, 97, 163, 261, 265

Stanhard, Margaret, 247
-, - - Richard, son of, 247

Stanho, Richard de, Dean of Arches, 82

Stannary, Roger de Blakecolvesle (Blakecolnesle ?), Comptroller of the, 203
-, - William de Monketone, Warden of the, 203

Stannawe, Bartholomew de, 178

Stansted, John de, 91

Stanyngcherche, parish of, 217

"Stapeledehall," 251

Stapelford, Simon de, 3

Staple of wool, to be established at certain fixed places, 18, 105; ordinances regulating the, 210; complaint against Flemings and others for attempting to subvert the, 210; a citizen engaged in the trade of wool, leather, &c., to be elected Mayor of the, 211; writs to the Mayor and Sheriffs for the due observance of ordinance touching the, 212
-, See also Wool Staple.

Stapleton, Walter, Bishop of Exeter and King's Treasurer, 173, 203

Staundone, Peter de, 109, 127, 193
-, - Richard de, 221

Staunford, Andrew de, 78
-, - Katherine de, 259

Stauntone, Stantone, (Sir) Hervey de, 10, 23, 31, 40, 149, 157
-, - Thomas de, 245

Stayntone, John de, 85, 189

Stebenhethe, Stebenhuthe, John de, 56, 107, 128, 201, 202
-, - - Margery, wife of, daughter of Simon and Alice Godard, 202n.
-, - Walter de, 128, 131, 159, 169, 197, 270
-, - William, 286

Stedman, Peter, 96

Stele, Nicholas, 95

Stephen, called "le Roo," 165

Sterre, Ster, Henry, 182, 216, 232, 298
-, - John (le), 4, 116, 126, 128, 129n., 137, 172, 192, 199
-, - - a Warden of London Bridge, 144, 146, 149, 180, 184, 189, 205, 208
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 145
-, - Richard (ate), 169, 261
-, - Roger, 94, 178
-, - William, 15

Stille, William, 3

Stirling. See "Strivelyn."

Stistede, John de, 134

Stocks Market, the, bad meat seized at, 110; flesh and fish not to be sold outside, 179, 180, 184, 185, 189, 190, 191, 200; founded by Henry le Waleys or Galeys, 179, 180, 186, 189, 200; profits of, to be given to London Bridge, 186, 200, 298-9; Edward I. permits establishment of, 200; Edward II. confirms ordinances of, 200

Stodleye, Johanna de, 250
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 250
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 250
-, - - - John de Asshford, father of. 250

Stokbrigge, John de, 96

Stoke, Roger de son of John ate Nore, 10

Stokes, (Sir) Ralph de, 40, 48

Stoktone, John de, 244
-, - Robert Freshfish, called de, 285, 286

Stoktone, Johanna, wife of Robert Freshfish, called de, daughter of Cambin Fantini, called "Spayne," 285, 286

Stokwell, Richard de, 234

Stondone, Stoundone, Peter de, 178, 205
-, - Richard de, 227, 258

Stone, John atte, 297

Stonore, Sir John de, City gift to, 273

Stonwharf, le, 278

Stoples, Stouples, Stephen atte, 96, 200
-, - - charged with embezzlement of money collected for the army in Scotland, 133-4

Stoppesle, Stoppeslegh, John de, 129, 264
-, - - Johanna, widow of, wife of Philip Dikeman, 264
-, - Peter de, 234

Stori, Robert, 95

Storteford, Ralph de, 22, 38, 69

Stotfold, John de, 164

Stowe, Henry de, 108, 128
-, - Robert de, 158, 159, 161, 162
-, - William de, Clerk of the Exchequer, City gifts to, 195

Stoyl, Nicholas, 95

Stralsund. See Strellessund.

"Strandage," a toll, 248

Strangers. See Foreigners.

Stratford, Stretford, Adam de, 4
-, - Gilbert de, 146
-, - John (de), Bishop of Winchester, 215; Archbishop of Canterbury, 5, 267-8
-, - Robert de, 69, 175, 186, 233

Stratton, Nicholas de, 5

Streets, election of paviours for repair of the, 55, 56
-, - to be cleansed and freed of vagrant pigs, 116

Strellessund (Stralsund), town of, 86

"Strivelyn" (Stirling), 302

Strode, John de, 127, 207, 295
-, - William de, 302

Sturmy, "Spurny," John. de Dromundby, co. York, 85, 86

Stykeneie, Richard de, 188

Subberi, Geoffrey de, 171

Suffolk, cloth of, 54

Suffolk, Southfolk, Benedict de, 262
-, - Elias, Elyas de, 7, 18, 31, 41, 42, 45, 46, 49, 62, 80, 83, 84, 91, 94, 100, 106, 110, 115, 121, 122, 126, 137, 146, 148, 169, 170, 182, 193
-, - - Alderman of Cripplegate Ward, 97, 125

Surreie, John de, 197

Surrey, John de Warren, Earl of, 268

Sussalt, Herman Swart de, 119, 120

Suthreie, Robert de, 120

Suthwerk, John de. "bribour," 156, 158

Suthwerk, unwholesome wine carried to the Bishop of Winchester's house in, to avoid scrutiny, 14; bailiwick of, assigned by Edward III. to his mother, Queen Isabella, 219; Geoffrey Graspays sworn bailiff of, 231; the ferm of, 274, 282

Suthwerk Barre, 157, 158

Sutton, Suttone, Alan, Aleyn de, 209, 277
-, - Robert de, 144

Swafham, Swofham, Geoffrey de, 95
-, - Margaret de, 199n.
-, - - John, son of, 199

Swalclive, Swalclyve, Swalclif, &c.,
-, Robert de, 9, 31, 91, 112, 139, 142, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 162, 165, 170, 171, 177, 178, 182, 183, 185, 186, 187, 198, 201, 204, 208, 211, 217, 276, 277
-, - - elected and sworn Recorder, 12
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 167
-, - - Alderman of Bridge Ward, 199

Swan, John, 96, 226
-, - - Walter, son of, 226

Swaneshuthe, John de, 3

Swanlond, Swanlonde, John de, 190
-, - Richard de, 251, 280
-, - Simon de, 77, 92, 94, 116, 117, 190, 223, 231, 232, 241, 242, 243, 244, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 271, 274, 279
-, - Thomas de, 286, 291, 303

Swart, Herman, de Sussalt, 119, 120

Swaynford, William de, 4

Swete, Robert, 5

Swetinge, Swetyngge, &c., Roger, 82
-, - - Felicia, wife of, widow of Walter de Northwych, 82
-, - Thomas, 184, 200

Swift, Richard, 157

Swote, John, 230
-, - - Cristina, late wife of, 230
-, - Richard, 93, 127, 224, 230, 231
-, - - Johanna, dau. of, 230, 231
-, - - - Amy, dau. of, 231
-, - - - Richard, son of, 231
-, - - - Robert, son of, 231
-, - - John, son of, 224
-, - - Katherine, widow of, wife of Richard, son of Robert Motoun, 224
-, - Robert, 94, 126, 128, 224, 274, 293, 299

Swote, Robert, a Warden of London Bridge, 296

Swynnerton, Roger de, 300
-, - - Constable of the Tower, 176

Symeon, Simon, 197
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 197
-, See also Simeon.

Syward, John, 261

T

Tableter, John le, 208, 226
-, - Walter le, 261

Tackele, John de, 261

Tadelowe, John de, 4

Tailleboys, Richard, 96

Tailor, Taillour, Adam le, 184
-, - Hugh le, 174, 280
-, - Laurence le, 278
-, - Ralph le, 5
-, - Richard le, 46, 156
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 156

Tailors and Linen-Armourers, Mistery of, names of those sworn to govern the, 234

Tallage, not to be levied on the goods of citizens of London in the vill of Henleye, 10; pledges taken for arrears of, to be redeemed, 27; of 2,000 marks granted to Edward II. by the City, 198

Talp, Stephen, 130, 294

Tapicers, ordinances of the, 252

Tasse, Warin, 258

Tatlingburi, John de, 3

Tauntone, Gilbert de, 103, 186, 187
-, - - Thomas, son of, 186, 187
-, - Robert de, 110

Taverner, Falk le, 101, 114
-, - John le, de "Bredstretende," 261
-, - Philip le, de Garscherche, 192
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 192
-, - - Isabella, daughter of, 192
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 192
-, - - Margery Drynkewater, late wife of, 192
-, - - William, son of, 192
-, - Ralph le, de Billinggesgate, 62
-, - Reginald le, 177
-, - Richard le, 173
-, - Simon le, near "le Stockes," 261
-, - William le, 94, 129, 233

Taverners, to be punished for committing assaults in the City by night, 116; to keep open their doors, 261
-, - Mistery of, 141

Tavy, John, 234

Tawyer, Martin le, 67
-, - - William, son of, 67

Taxation, the manner of making a, 24, 122-4

Taxes, assessors and collectors of, 24, 296

Teasels used in making cloth not to be exported, 210, 211

Teler, Sir John de Waltham, called le, Vicar of Windsor, 75

Templars, Knights, quit of murage, &c., 239; charter of Henry III. to the, 255; charter of Edward III. to the, 255; their property given to the Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem, 255

Temple, the. See New Temple.

Tenements, writ to enforce the repair of, parts of which are occupied by various tenants, 26

Thames, the, manner of guarding. 143
-, - licence to build a wharf on, 243

Thedmar, John, 62
-, - - Amy, wife of, 62

Tholosan, Michael, 285
-, - - Juliana, widow of, wife of Walter Bret, 285
-, - - Robert, son of, 285

Thomastone, Alexander de, 242

Thomelyn, Geoffrey, de Westmulne (Westmill), co. Herts, 243
-, - - Richard, son of, 243

Thorneye, William de, 299

Thorp, Thorpe, Elias de, 4, 60, 96, 97, 128, 159, 161, 175, 176, 190, 233, 242, 261
-, - Henry de, 96
-, - John de, 157, 158
-, - - appointed to survey corn measures in Norfolk and Suffolk, 74, 75
-, - Reginald de, 233, 290, 299
-, - Richard de, 127
-, - Simon de, 51, 159, 161, 238
-, - William de, 4

Thunderle, Adam de, 116, 117
-, - Reginald de, 14, 15
-, - - Margery, wife of, 15

Thurgod, John, 97, 200

Thurstayn, Thomas, 3

Tichemers, Hugh de, 56

Tierne, Sir John de, 181

Tiffeld, John de, 6, 193, 242, 259, 263, 282

Tilere, Walter le, 95

Tilleberi, Tillebery, David de, 24. 232

Tilneye, John de, 3

Timber stored in the Guildhall garden, 304

Tin, weights for weighing, in Cornwall to be corrected, 203

Tondeby. See Toudeby.

Tonge, Roger de, 3

Toppesfelde, Topesfeld, Toppfeld, &c.,
-, William de, 81, 91, 97, 110, 177, 243, 268, 290

Torkeseye, Robert de, 40

Tornegold, John, 200, 261, 277

Toryntone, Desiderata de, 290

Totenham, John de, 269
-, - - sworn City Carpenter, 201
-, - Simon de, 109, 110

Toucestre, John de, 245

Toudeby (Tondeby ?), Gilbert de, 195

Tournament, a, in Chepe, 273

Tourstrete, la, 242

Touuetone, William de, 147

Tovy, William, 18, 19, 127

Tower, the, a fine exacted for demolishing a wall near, 52; the King's pardon for the same, 102; its postern to be guarded by the Ward of St. Dunstan, 143; Edward II. at, 206
-, - Roger de Swynnerton, Constable of, 176

Tower Ward, 262 Simon de Abyndone, Alderman of, elected and sworn Alderman of Billingsgate Ward, but afterwards returns, 11; the same, Alderman of, 108, 124; to provide men to clean out the City ditches, 146; assessment of, 187

Trades and Handicrafts:
-, ancermaker, aunseremakere, maker of "ancers" or "auncers," i.e., small balances known as "auncels," 20
-, apothecary, 24, 25, 36, 171, 184, 232, 265, 291
-, armourer, armurer, 3, 49, 78, 162, 170, 236, 247, 276
-, baker, 19, 56, 57, 83, 84, 90, 116, 126, 139, 175
-, barber, barbier, 41, 110, 136, 175
-, batour (beater of cloth), 270, 286
-, beader (maker of prayer and other beads), 233
-, blader (cornmonger), 144, 151, 175, 193, 272
-, "bocher" (butcher), 137, 183, 200, 204, 233, 258, 270, 279
-, bourser, burser, purser (pouch or purse maker), 69, 184, 215, 223, 241
-, brewer, brewere, bruer, 56, 77, 126, 158, 241, 247, 270, 281
-, bureller, buriller, burler (maker of, or dealer in, "borel," coarse kind of cloth), 19, 37, 90, 210, 238, 260, 264, 291, 296, 297
-, buscher, bucher (woodmonger), 89, 132
-, capper, 87, 233
-, carpenter, 21, 62, 81, 88, 170, 177, 197, 201, 205, 273
-, ceynturer (girdler), 90, 189
-, chaucer (shoemaker or cordwainer), 27, 94, 129, 173
-, chaundeler, 43, 90, 134, 221
-, cheesemonger, chesemongere, 72, 226, 234
-, See also "formager."
-, coffrer (maker of coffers, or chests), 233
-, corder (rope-maker), 10, 27, 29, 54, 125, 132, 146, 233
-, cordwainer, 57, 90, 144, 167, 175, 186, 233, 241, 250, 302
-, cotiller (cutler), 68, 132, 233
-, coupere, 80
-, coureour (currier), 229, 247
-, draper, 14, 19, 54, 107, 108, 116, 190, 204, 209, 220, 232, 244, 258
-, "drynker" (trynker ? one who fishes witha "trink"), 115, 237n.
-, dyegher (dyer), 79, 277 See also "teynturer."
-, feliper, pheliper (fripperer, a dealer in second-hand clothes, &c.), 78, 137, 176, 256, 271
-, felmongere (dealer in undressed skins), 238, 275
-, fener (haymonger), 89, 221
-, feroun. See "ismongere."
-, fishmonger, 25, 27, 42, 46, 52, 68, 96, 107, 108, 115, 116, 131, 143, 180, 184, 185, 189, 190, 199, 200, 208, 224, 232, 246, 250, 253, 258, 277, 281, 283, 284, 285, 293
-, flouremongere, 270
-, formager, furmager (cheesemonger), 22, 207
-, fourbour, forbour (furbisher), 1, 82, 228, 259, 263
-, fullere, 277
-, fuster, fuister (a maker of saddlebows), 234
-, gaunter (glover), 22
-, girdeler, 79, 82, 108, 112, 157, 209, 227, 232, 260, 282, 289 See also "ceynturer."
-, goldbeater, 45, 162, 173
-, goldsmith, 4, 10, 26, 29, 40, 76, 81, 87, 130, 188, 201, 223, 232, 234, 235, 242, 268, 290, 291, 303
-, grosser (grocer), 232
-, haberdassher, 139, 233, 256
-, hattere, 265, 267
-, hosier, 162, 177, 233, 249, 255, 280
-, hosteller, 221
-, ismongere (ironmonger), 111, 113, 208, 215, 220, 232, 251, 294
-, joignour, 19
-, keu (cook), 280
-, laner. See woolmonger.
-, linen-armourer, 234 See also "taillour."
-, lorymer, lorimer (maker of metalwork of harness), 1, 188, 220
-, lymbrennere (lime-burner), 241
-, mason, 55, 273
-, mercer, 42, 54, 85, 108, 112, 114, 134, 150, 168, 172, 199, 207, 209, 224, 227, 232, 242, 252, 295
-, nedelere (needle-maker), 289
-, oystermonger, oistermonger, 156, 157, 161
-, paternostrer (maker of rosaries, or paternosters), 69
-, paviour, 55, 56
-, peleter, pelter, pelleter (skinner), 27, 68, 100, 127, 181, 183, 188, 204, 221, 235, 238, 239, 289
-, pepperer, 67, 76n., 116, 178, 182, 238
-, pessoner (fishmonger), 91, 158, 201, 294
-, peyntour, 7, 234, 267
-, pheliper. See feliper.
-, plomer (feathermonger ?), 204, 205
-, potier (potter), 67, 83, 130
-, purser. See "bourser."
-, sadelere (saddler), 117, 144, 187, 188, 199, 219, 232, 242, 255, 272, 284, 291
-, settere (an arrow-maker ?), 50
-, shearman, sherman (shearer of cloth), 116, 128, 130
-, skinner, 17, 18, 51, 67, 69, 112, 233, 257, 259, 263, 288, 289, 302
-, spicer, 19, 94, 120, 127, 130, 196, 209, 272
-, stokfisshmongere, 24, 27, 28, 29, 68, 69, 75, 181, 205, 252, 255, 275, 301
-, surgeon, 10
-, taillour, taillur, 43, 51, 68, 85, 92, 101, 114, 130, 157, 188, 197, 234 256, 276, 289
-, tanner, 118, 162, 251, 260, 264
-, tapicer (tapestry or carpet maker), 197, 252
-, taverner, 30, 33, 44, 57, 72, 82, 116, 128, 141, 235, 261
-, teynturer (dyer), 117
-, tillere (tiler), 277
-, vintner, 14, 38, 44, 82, 85, 122, 141, 143, 173, 182, 188, 190, 191, 204, 224, 232, 233, 242
-, violour (a maker of the musical instrument known as a "viol"), 144
-, waxchandler, 204
-, weaver, 291, 296, 297, 298
-, weder (woadmonger ?), 208
-, woodmonger, 32 See also "buscher."
-, woolmonger, 20, 77, 127, 172, 174, 216, 233, 250, 256, 299

Trappe, John, 233

Trelbynge, Nicholas, 96

Trenchaunt, Simon, 176

Trente, William (de), 25, 27, 33, 37, 49, 59, 82
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 54
-, - - King's Chamberlain, 165n.

Trentemars, John, 175

Treyere, Treire, Robert le, 61, 62, 128, 174, 294

Trigge. See Trugge.

Triple, John de, 16, 105, 127, 198, 283, 284, 299
-, - - charter of exemption granted to, 16

Trippe, Hugh, surrenders his freedom, 14

Trolle, John, 243

"Tromekeresnet," 237n.

Trompour, Trompeor, William, 145, 151, 241

Tron, the, assay made of, 20; for weighing cheese, butter, and tallow, as well as wool, delivered to William Diri, 44; William Diry elected and sworn Warden of, 170; William Priour elected weigher at, 181; proposed removal of, to the New Temple, 211

Tronage, by the cocket, 253

Trugge, Trigge, &c., Adam, 210
-, - - "Eleyne," widow of, wife of Robert de Dodeford, 210
-, - - William, son of, 209, 210
-, - Richard, 81, 92, 129
-, - William, 115, 201, 282

Trussel, Sir William, Knt., 229
-, - - renounces allegiance to King Edward II., 222

"Trynkes," 115, 237n.

Tun, the, on Cornhill, 120; a chaplain committed to, for wandering, 130; a girl committed to, for wandering after curfew rung, 136; repair of, 273

Tunstall, Nicholas de, 170

Turgis, Turgiz, John, 26
-, - Morice, 127, 209, 284
-, - Peter, 40
-, - Simon, 133, 147, 261

Turham, Simon de, 232

Turk, Tourke, &c., Godwyn, 46, 242
-, - John, 232, 293, 299
-, - Paulin, 208, 293, 294, 295
-, - - Cristina, daughter of, 208, 294n.
-, - - Elena, daughter of, 208, 294, 295
-, - - John, son of, 208, 294, 295
-, - - Peter, son of, 208, 294n.
-, - Richard, 294
-, - Robert, 11
-, - Walter, 5, 228, 232, 246, 262, 275, 284, 292, 298
-, - - Idonia, wife of, widow of Robert de Dorkynge, 246

Turkild, John, 201

Turnour, Tournour, Philip le, 8, 225
-, - - Alice, wife of, 8
-, - Richard, 95

Turpin, Robert, 95

Tuttebury, Henry de, 5
-, - Robert de, 4

Twedemouthe, writ dated from, 284

Tybourne, 276

Tyeis, Tyeys, Tyes, Henry, 160

Tythinglomb, William, 285

U

Uggele, Richard de, 137, 157, 159, 161, 162

Undle, Reginald de, 68

Unro, Herbert, de Lenne, 278
-, - - John, son of, 278

Uptone, Nicholas de, 302
-, - Ralph de, 7, 163, 209, 239, 250, 260, 261, 284, 292, 298, 302
-, - Richard de, 247
-, - - William, son of, 247
-, - Stephen de, 249, 254
-, - - Roysia, daughter of, wife of John le Yonge, 249
-, - Thomas de, 114

Ussher, Hussher, Henry le, 96
-, - Richard (le), 43, 72, 129, 177

V

Vagrants, proclamation against, 70

Valeye, Valeie, Robert de la, 114, 157, 158, 159
-, - - Sarah, wife of, 157

Vanne, John, 16, 76, 144
-, - - Idonea, daughter of, 76
-, - - Isabella, daughter of, 75
-, - - Jakelyne, relict of, 76
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 76
-, - - John, son of, 75
-, - - Matthew, son of, 76
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 75
-, - - Peter, son of, 75
-, - - Thomas, son of, 76
-, - - exempted by charter from City charges, 16

Vaus, Galeraus (Galerans ?) de, 275

Vavacour, Friar Richard, 245

Venture, Francis, 287

Venys, Geoffrey de, 241

Verdigris, murage payable on, 64

Verdoun, Walter de, 4

Verge, the, of the Court, 206n.

Vernon, Hamo de, 43
-, - - Matilda, wife of, daughter of William de Kent, 43

Vicaries, Hugh, 270

Victuals, ordinance for regulating price of, 43; to be sold at a reasonable price, 219

Vigne, Viegne, Vyne, John atte, 131, 176, 216
-, - Ralph, 226
-, - - William, son of, 226
-, - Richard atte, 81, 128
-, - Roger atte, 56, 93
-, - - a Warden of London Bridge, 149, 180, 184, 189, 205, 208
-, - Walter atte, de Hatfeld, 279
-, - William atte, 19, 61
-, - - Isabella, widow of, wife of John atte Ponde, 61
-, - - John, senior, son of, 19
-, - - John, junior, son of, 19
-, - - Margery, daughter of, 61
-, - - Thomas, son of, 61
-, - - William, son of, 61

"Vimian" (Vivian ?), John, 128

Vincent, John, bailiff of Billingsgate, 196
-, - - murage of the City let to ferm to, 273, 274

Vintners, the Mistery of, 141, 143
-, - - names of those sworn to govern, 232-3

Vintry Ward, 80, 143; John de Gisorz, Alderman of, 124; removed from same, 138, 139; to provide men to clean out the City ditches, 147; assessment of, 187; Anketyn de Gisorsz, Alderman of, 246

Virli, Virly, John, 15
-, - Martin de, the Norman, 12, 21

Vivian, Vyvyen, &c., John, 78, 85, 94, 116, 117, 130, 139, 142
-, - - elected Alderman of Dowgate Ward, loco Stephen de Abyndone, removed, 138, 139
-, - - a Warden of London Bridge, 144
-, See also "Vimian."

Vyne. See Vigne.

W

"Wadmell," 53n.

Wainford, Walter de, 4

Waivery, in the Court of Husting, 239, 240

Wake, Thomas de, lord of Lidel, gives timber for repair of Guildhall Chapel, 215

Walbrook Ward, 142, 161; Thomas Payn, Serjeant of, 120; John Cotun, Alderman of, 125; to provide men to clean out the City ditches, 147; assessment of, 187

Walcote, Ralph de, elected M.P. for the City, 58

Waldegrave, John de, 244
-, - Richard de, "chevaler," 244

Waldeshef, Waldechef, &c., John de, 103, 139, 161; given the freedom of the City for services in the Parliament at York, 20; deprived of the same for opposing a tax to assist the King in his war with Scotland, 32; elected M.P. for the City, 104
-, - Walter, 74, 181
-, - - the King's Butler, 52, 55
-, - - King's Chamberlain, 165n.

Waledene, Waldene, Sampson de, 171
-, - Thomas de, 4, 232
-, - Warin de, 132

Walewayn, Waleweyn, John, 168
-, - the King's Escheator, 60

Waleys, Galeys, Augustine le, 106
-, - Henry le, 171; his gift to the Confraternity of the Pui for a chantry in the Guildhall Chapel, 1; founds the Stocks Market, 179, 186, 189, 200
-, - Martin, 282

Walkefare, Robert de, 160

Walpol, Walter de, 235

Walram, Walrham, Walter, 37
-, - William, 37, 94, 97, 178

Walsham, John de, 178

Walsshe, John le, 96, 120
-, - Thomas le, 95

Waltham, Wautham, Hugh de, 5, 6, 12, 21, 25, 26, 48, 73, 75, 81, 96, 103, 105, 136, 177, 194, 196, 198, 235, 236, 252, 258, 267, 269, 270, 292
-, - - Juliana, wife of, 235, 236
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 104
-, - - Common Clerk of the City, a yearly sum of 50s. out of the ferm of the Small Balance to be paid to, 236
-, - John de, 3, 96, 280
-, - Sir John de, called "le Teler," Vicar of Windsor, 75
-, - Ranulf de, Rector of St. Michael de Bassieshagh, 75
-, - Richard de, elected Clerk of the Chamber, 6
-, - Roger de, 127, 233
-, - - Keeper of the King's Wardrobe, 224
-, - Walter de, 128
-, - William de, 87, 97, 151, 223, 233, 268, 290
-, - - the Cripplegate granted to, for a dwelling-house, 70; fails to show title to the same and is ousted, 121

Walyngford, Richard de, 91, 134

Wandlesworth, Ralph de, 246
-, - - John, son of, 246

Wantenge, John de, 270

Waps, John, 95

Wardeboys, Robert, 1

"Wardehoke," a, in case of fire, 39

Warderope, Thomas, 3

Wardrobe, the King's, 224
-, - the Queen's, 219

Wards, good men summoned from the, to elect members of Parliament, 33; assessment of the, 124, 125, 187; to take their share in cleansing the City's ditches, 146-7; two representatives from each of the, to make ordinances for the whole Commonalty, 174

Ware, Gilbert de, 4
-, - Henry de, 1, 289, 294
-, - - appointed a keeper of the Conduit, 205, 220; his account, 221
-, - John de, 246, 284, 299
-, - Peter de, 181
-, - Richard de, 156, 158
-, - Robert de, 139
-, - Thomas de, 133
-, - William de, 201, 281

Warefeld, John de, 94, 174, 192, 233

Warewyk, Elyas de, 60
-, - John de, 157, 158

Warf, Alan ate, 137

Wariner, John le, de Wyndcaultone (Wincanton, co. Somerset), 216

Warle, Warlee, John de, 94, 107, 224
-, - John Ingelard, called de, 192
-, - - Alice, wife of, and relict of Philip de Graschurch, 192, 193, 200

Warner, John le, 4
-, - Robert le, 4
-, - Thomas, 4

Warren, John de, Earl of Surrey, 268

Waryn, John, 115, 225
-, - - Alice, wife of, 225

Wastel, Thomas, 80, 89
-, - William, 4

Watergate, Alan atte, 228
-, - - Matilda, wife of, 228

Watershep, William, 3

Watevile, Robert de, 160

Watford, Watteford, John de, 117
-, - - Alice, wife of, daughter of Robert Motun, 117
-, - Ralph de, 83, 84
-, - - Johanna, widow of, 83
-, - Simon de, 95

Watlingestrete, 259, 263

Watre, Watere, Alan atte, 258
-, - John atte, 69
-, - - Isabella, wife of, relict of Geoffrey de Beckles, 69
-, - Reginald atte (de la), 137
-, - Roger atte, 26, 80, 93, 99, 193
-, - - the King's Serjeant, 152, 153

Wattone, Adam de, 162
-, - Andrew de, 161

Wauncy, John, 257

Wautone, Sir John de, Knt., 190
-, - - Elena, wife of, widow of Sir Bartholomew de Enefeld, 190

Way, Waye, Robert de, 129
-, - Tideman ate, de Grippeswold, 119, 120

Wayte, Adam le, 3
-, - Simon "la," 287
-, - Walter le, 289

Weavers of London, charters of Henry II., Edward I., and Edward III. to the, 260; their claim to have jurisdiction over the Burellers, 291, 296-8

Wedenhale, Adam de, 245
-, - Robert de, 245

Wedone, Roger de, 272
-, - - Isabella, wife of, 272

Weights for weighing tin in Cornwall made good according to the City's standard, 203-4

Welde, John de (del), 4, 96
-, - Thomas ate, 173

Welhous, John de, 4

Welle, Geoffrey ate, 15

Welleford, Weleford, John de, 27
-, - Richard de, 26, 27, 177, 232, 239, 254, 260, 270, 284, 301
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 26, 301
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 26, 301
-, - - Henry, son of, 27
-, - - John, son of, 26, 301
-, - - Thomas, son of, 27
-, - Robert de, 27, 128

Wells, Robert de Haselshawe, Provost of, 176; escapes from the custody of the Sheriff, 222

Welton, Henry de, 233

Wenelesword, Simon de, 96

Wengrave, Wenegrave, Wangrave,
-, John de, 7, 8, 9, 12, 16, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 31, 33, 37, 39, 41, 42, 46, 49, 55, 56, 57, 62, 67, 68, 70, 71, 74, 75, 76, 77, 80, 81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 90, 92, 97, 98, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 133
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 33; appointed to act as Coroner, 55; Alderman of Cheap Ward, 112
-, - Robert de, bailiff of Queenhithe, 196

Wenlok, Roger de, 213

Went, Robert de, 3

Westbourne, co. Middlesex, 15

Westchepe, 31, 85, 134, 209, 259
-, - surveyors of meat at, 109

Westhalle, Walter de, 218, 226, 237, 239
-, - - Agnes, late wife of, 218, 226, 237
-, - - - judgment of waivery against, 239
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 218n.

Westminster, Westminstre, John de, Marshal of the King's House, 207
-, - Richard de, 95
-, - Thomas de, 175

Westmulne (Westmill), co. Herts, 243

Westone, John de, 280
-, - - senior, 55

Wharvager, John le, 167

Whatefeld, John de, 16, 84

Whatele, Watelee, Whetele, Nigel de, 81, 129, 142, 177
-, - Roger de, 95

Whigh, Robert de, 128

White, Whyte, John le, de Lubyk, 60
-, - - de Cauntebrigge, 289
-, - Richard le, 234

White Chapele, William ate, 157, 158, 161, 162

Whittone, Nicholas de, 188

Whityng, John, 15

Whytawyere, Geoffrey le, 280

Whytheved, John, 4

Whytsand, John de, 302

Wigetone, Gilbert de, 160

Wight, Wyght, Whight, Alan de, 268
-, - John de, 57, 261
-, - - Isabella, wife of, relict of Henry de Coventre, 57
-, - Nicholas de, 256
-, - - Matilda, wife of, 256
-, - Robert de, 38, 110, 234
-, - Thomas de, 38, 57, 83, 138, 171, 193

Wihtham, William de, 95

Willehale, Wylehale, Wirhale, &c., John de, 4
-, - Richard de, 16, 26, 80, 84, 109, 117, 241
-, - - Juliana, wife of, 80

William, 171
-, - Peter, son of, 171

William, Nicholas, de Lukes, 120

Wills, probate of, in the Husting, 55

Wilyngtone, John de, 160

Wincanton. See Wyndcaultone.

Winchester, the Statute of, to be observed, 25, 135, 136, 163
-, - writ for the election of two citizens to attend a Parliament at, 243
-, - Bishop of, wine taken to his hostel in Southwark, to avoid being seized as unwholesome, 14
-, - - John de Sandale, 106
-, - - Sir John de Stratford, gives lead for repair of the Guildhall Chapel, 215
-, - fair at, Wardens and Attorneys appointed by the City for, 239, 260, 284

Winchester, Wyncestre, Wynton',
-, John de, 3, 8, 11, 81, 127, 136, 144, 205, 260
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 260
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, 136
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 136
-, - - Cristina, daughter of, 136
-, - - Johanna, second wife of, 136
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 136
-, - - Salomon, son of, 136
-, - John de, senior, 129
-, - - junior, 118
-, - Stephen de, 127, 184

Winchester, Wyncestre, Wynton',
-, Thomas de, 37, 94, 127, 171, 172, 295, 303
-, - - junior, 286
-, - Walter de, 144
-, - - Sabine, wife of, daughter of Thomas de Derby, 144
-, - William de, 126, 127
-, - - Warden of Newgate, 197

Windsor, Sir John de Waltham, called "le Teler," Vicar of, 75 See also Wyndesore.

Wine, of strangers, unlawfully sold by a hosteler, 14; unwholesome, carried to Southwark to avoid scrutiny, 14; the price of, regulated, 44, 72, 73, 261; unlawfully taken from Gascon merchants, to be restored, 45, 46; scrutineers of, sworn, 109, 110; the price of, regulated, and objected to by taverners, 141; a broker of, elected, 173; Assize of, 219; fines discharged by payment of casks of, 234; the burgesses of Oxford to pay tronage on, 253

Wine-drawers, election of, 110

Wircestre, Wilecestre, &c., Hugh de, 19, 51, 69, 97, 112, 117, 161, 178

Wirdrawiere, Wyrdrawere, Roger le, 286
-, - William le, 136
-, - - Emma, daughter of, 136

Witefeld, John de, 96

Witham, Richard de, 134

Withernam, 178
-, - the right of the citizens to take, 33, 42

Wode, John atte, 253

Wodebere, Elyas de, 234, 280

Wodecote, co. Surrey, 302

Wodeford, John de, 278
-, - Richard de, 107
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 107

Wodeham, Matthew de, 101

Wodehere, Elias de, 261

Wodehous, (Sir) Robert de, 109, 124, 177
-, - - appointed assessor of a twelfth, 106

Wodekok, Robert, 93

Wodere, Thomas le, 24
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 24
-, - - Leticia, widow of, wife of Gilbert de Mordone, 24

Wodestoke, Edmund de, Earl of Kent, alleged rebellion of, 245

Wodestrate, 162

Wolcherche, John, chaplain of, 266

Wolcherchehaghe, church of, 200

Wolcherchehawe, William de, 26

Wolf, William, 128

Wollewharf, le, 262

Wolmer, Edmund, 34

Wolvyn, Wolvyne, Henry, de Lesnes, 115
-, - John, 234

Wool, brokers of, appointed, 77
-, - not to be exported, 298, 303

Woolmerchants, the weigher at the Tron elected by, 20; appointment of woolbrokers by, 77; summoned to consult with Parliament, 299, 300

Woolmongers, Mistery of, names of those sworn to govern the, 233

Wool Staple, to be fixed by the Mayor, &c., 18; to be established at certain places, 105
-, See also Staple.

Worcester, Bishop of, Sir Walter Reynolds, afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury, 201-2

Worsted, "says" of, 54

Worstede, Wursted, Robert de, 93, 128, 209, 213

Woxebrigge, Woxbrugge, Augustine de, 109, 124
-, - - appointed assessor of a twelfth, 106
-, - Walter de, 245

Writele, Writlee, &c., John de, 163, 211, 226, 229, 232, 258
-, - William de, 22

Wroth, John, 261, 299

Wrotham, Wroteham, John de, 83, 127, 174, 228, 233, 293, 299
-, - - Alice, wife of, 83
-, - Richard de, 19
-, - William de, 90, 126

Wuselade, Richard de, 245

Wy, John de, 95
-, - Walter de, 5

Wychard, John, 237
-, - Thomas, de Erhuthe, 237

Wycombe, John de, 2-3

Wydeslade, Wodeslade, William de, 119

Wydeville, John de, 34, 35

Wygan, Adam de, 94

Wygemor, William de, 4

Wygenhale, John de, 3

Wygod, Henry, 245
-, - John, 289

Wyhtham, John de, 95

Wyke, Edmund de, 234
-, - Robert de, 291

Wykham, Thomas de, 92

Wylemyn, John, 271

Wylot, John, 285

Wylughby, Richard de, 252

Wymond, Henry, 6, 216, 228, 233, 242, 293

Wymond, Henry, a wool merchant, elected to consult with a Parliament at Nottingham, 300

Wymondeswolde, Wymundeswold, John de, 89, 127, 134
-, - William de, 278

Wymondham, Wymundesham, &c., John de, 93, 127, 196, 251, 255
-, - - John, son of, 255
-, - - a Warden of London Bridge, 41, 52
-, - - elected a collector of the murage, 146
-, - Peter de, 232

Wynchecoumbe, Geoffrey de, 289

Wynchelse, John de, 3, 277
-, - Richard de, 96
-, - William de, 89, 120, 127, 134

Wyndcaultone (Wincanton, co. Somerset), 216

Wyndesore, Wyndlesore, Edmund de, to be allowed to repair certain places for which murage had been granted, 66-7
-, - John de, 9, 20, 24
-, - Roger de, 142

Wynehelme, Robert de, 209

Wyngham, William de, 95

Wynterton, co Norfolk, 119

Wynterton, Geoffrey de, 234, 294

Wyrlingworth, Nicholas de, 268

Wyse, Wolfrid, 220

Wyslingham, Richard de, 268

Wysman, John, 280

Wytintone, Richard de, 95

Wyttele, Robert de, 213

Wytton', William de, 68

Y

Yakesle, Yakeslee, John de, the King's tentmaker, 269

Yarmouth, Great, 32, 86. See also Gernemuthe.

Ydeshale, John de, 268

Yeddynge. See Zeddynge.

Yepeswyche, Nicholas de, 158, 161
-, - - Margery, wife of, 158
-, See also Ipswich.

Yetingge, Yetyngge, Richard de, 128, 158

Yeveneye, Yieveneye, John de, 29, 30, 79
-, - - Theophania, wife of, widow of William de Medelane, 29, 30, 79

Yonge, John le, 171, 238, 249, 264
-, - - Henry, son of, 264
-, - - John, son of, 238
-, - - Matilda, widow of, 238
-, - - Roysia, wife of, daughter of Stephen de Uptone, 249
-, - Robert le, 90, 210
-, See also Jonge.

York, Parliament at, 6, 20, 30, 33, 87, 99, 104, 105, 106, 109, 167, 176, 217, 225, 227, 271, 282
-, - - money paid to officials attending a, 217

York, Roger de, 294
-, - William de, 77

Youn, Younge, John (le), 127, 192, 232
-, - Robert, 94, 126

Yreis, Robert le, 201

Z

Zeddynge (Yeddynge?), William de, 247
-, - - Stephen, son of, 247

"Zylynghous," a tenement in or near Bread Street called. 193



<--Previous:
Index:
A - K