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L - Z

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Reginald R. Sharpe (editor)

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1905

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'Index: L - Z', Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: G: 1352-1374 (1905), pp. 366-392. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33526 Date accessed: 24 October 2014.


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Labourers, wages of, regulated, 14, 148
-, — Statute of, 115; fines paid for non-observance of, 115–8

Lacer, Lacier, Richard, 1, 16, 18, 22, 35, 40, 43, 45, 53, 58, 68, 71
-, — — resigns Aldermanry of Farndone Ward, 94

Lake, John, 269

Lakenham, Richard, 172

Lamb, John, 192
-, — Richard, 132, 253

Lambard, Robert, 253
-, — Thomas, 109

Lambele, William, 200

Lambourne, William, 252, 331

Lambyn, Guy, 61
-, — John, 22
-, — William, de Bromlegh, 215
-, — — Margaret, wife of, daughter of John Fourneaux, 215

Lancaster, John of Gaunt, Duke of, sets out for France, 263; in Aquitaine, 319

Lancastre, Thomas, 245

Lane, John, 234

Langbourne Ward, 53, 54

Langeford, John de, 117
-, — William de, 279

Langelee, Langele, Adam, 100
-, — John, 241

Langetone, John de, 59

Lanleye. See Lauleye.

Larmourer, Nicholas, 131
-, — — John, son of, 131

"Lastage," 140n.

Latrines on Fleet Ditch, 49–50

Laughe, Herman, merchant of Almaine, 320

Laughtone, Laghtone, John de, 49, 137

Lauleye (Lanleye?), Thomas, 293

Launde, Robert de la, 156

Laurence, William, 60, 110, 212
-, — — Guy, son of, 212, 213
-, — — Juliana, daughter of, wife of John Claverynge, 212
-, — — Thomas, son of, 212

Laus, William, 41

Lavendere, Clement, 206
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 206

"La Vyze," vill of, 175

Law Courts, pleadings in, to be in English, 147n.

Law merchant, 198

Lawe, John, 176

Lawselle, John, 200

Lead not to be exported, 105

Leadenhall. See Ledenhalle.

Leathersellers, petition by, 293; complaint against Dyers by, 295

Leaute, John, 113

Leche, John (le), 55, 58, 118
-, — — Alice, daughter of, wife of William Sunnyngge, 55, 58, 118
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 55
-, — — his chantry in church of St. Michael, Cornhill, 118
-, — Roger le, 21

Lectone, John de, 21

Ledebury, Thomas, 21

Ledenhalle, poulterers at the, 258

Ledes (co. Kent), writ dated from, 118

Ledrede, Leddrede, John, 190, 191
-, — Robert de, 14
-, — William, 190, 191

Leget, Robert, 185

Leggy, Thomas, 11, 18, 22, 31, 32, 34, 38, 40, 43, 44, 45, 51, 53, 58, 68, 71, 89, 185, 202, 289
-, — — Alderman of Broad Street Ward, death of, 94
-, — — Simon, son of, 185, 289

Legh, Walter de, called "le Hetherne," 11
-, — — Margery de Algate, dau. of, 11

Leke, Leyke, Elias, 249, 250
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of Henry Sket, 249

Lemenstre, John de, 79

Lemman, John, 61, 76, 89
-, — William, 96

Lenham, Edmund de, 57
-, — John de, 126

"Lenne" (Lynn, co. Norf.), burgesses of, letter of procuration from, 25

Lenne, Ralph de, 23, 25, 53, 68, 71

Lentale, Adam, 244

Lepers, the Hospital of St. Giles, Holborn, for, 27–9, 30–1
-, — not to walk or beg in the streets, 217, 301; a baker, who was a leper, to quit the City forthwith on pain of the pillory, 294

Lesnes (co. Kent), 207

Lesnes, John de, 118

Lesyngcroft, "Aueray" de, 3

Leuesham, Thomas (de), 216, 301, 322, 323

Levelif, Simon, 76, 89, 129, 172, 215, 220, 325
-, — — Lucy, wife of, 220
-, — Thomas, 75

Lever, John, 321

Leycestre, John de, 189, 334
-, — — the King's Changer at the Tower, 326
-, — Philip de, 30
-, — William de, 60
-, — — beadle of Aldersgate Ward, 258

Leye, John (de), 269, 293

Leyke. See Leke.

Licheberwe, William, 40

Lightfot, Lyghtfot, John, 80, 98
-, — — Alice, wife of, 98
-, — John "Maisterion" (Master John ?), 241
-, — Robert, 15, 59, 171

Lillyngstone, Thomas de, 68

Lime Street, parish of St. Andrew, Cornhill, 218

Lime Street Ward, Aldermen of:
-, Fraunceys, Adam, 50, 51
-, Gloucestre, John de, 50
-, Little, John, 51

Lincoln, burgesses of, letter of procuration from, 25; to be free of toll, 258

Lincoln, Lyncoln, John de, 195
-, — Richard de, 56
-, — — Thomas, son of, 56
-, — Robert, 59, 207, 231, 244
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of William Knyvet, 231
-, — Simon de, 26, 59
-, — Thomas (de), 16, 201, 252
-, — William de, 70, 143

Lisbon, wax of, 209. See also Spanish Wax.

Little, Lytle, John (le), 18, 21, 24, 31, 38, 51, 58, 68, 71, 75, 132, 135, 140, 165, 174, 185, 190, 191, 203, 205, 211, 213, 215, 216, 220, 222, 232, 236, 245, 254, 267, 281, 287, 293, 299, 316, 317, 319, 321, 324, 327, 330
-, — — Alderman of Bishopsgate Ward, 322
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 140
-, — — Johanna, wife of, widow of Simon Dolsely, 245
-, — Robert, 165, 190, 191

Litylworth, William, 288

"Loches," a freshwater fish, 139

Lodelawe, Lodelowe, John de, 3, 126, 137
-, — Thomas (de), 135, 138, 139, 140, 146, 153, 156, 161, 169, 174, 181, 183, 186, 190, 234, 255, 269, 301, 316

Lodeneye, Walter, 162

Lokyer, Elena, 269

Lombard merchants, to attend the King's Council, 91; taken under the King's protection, id.; attacked by mercers of the City, 112; not to be molested, 245; a broker sworn to act for, 314

Londham. See Loudham.

London, John de, 60, 112

London, Bishop of, 132, 169; fields in Berwardeslane belonging to, 322

London, Port of, no one to leave without licence, 40, 45; goods seized in the, 75; collectors of custom in the, 75, 232, 319; petty custom in, 90, 319; custom on wool in, pledged as security for a loan to the King, 263, 264

London Bridge, estate belonging to, 27, 100, 194; shops on, 37; a tax collected at, for repair of roads, 81
-, — Wardens of, 13, 27, 37, 41, 44, 100, 108, 127, 133, 155

London Bridge, Wardens of:
-, Bacoun, Richard, 37, 41, 44, 108, 127, 155
-, Hatfeld, John de, or "le Chaundeler," 13, 27, 37, 41, 44, 108, 127, 155
-, Vannere, Henry le, 13

Longchamp, William de, Bishop of Ely and Chancellor, 35, 125, 140

Longe, Longge, John, 299
-, — Nicholas (le), 61, 174
-, — Ralph, 244
-, — Roger, 222, 259
-, — Thomas, 81

Longeneye, Stephen de, 140

Louche, Louches, Adam de, Knt., 50
-, — John de, 118

Loudham (Londham?), William de, 308

Louwyk, John, 187

Love, Reginald, 239, 276, 304
-, — William, 244

Loveday, John, 50

Lovekyn, Adam, 158, 159, 260, 332
-, — Geoffrey, 112
-, — John, 18, 22, 51, 58, 68, 71, 75, 77, 102, 104, 105, 106, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 115, 119, 132, 160, 168, 169, 174, 181, 185, 190, 193, 196, 202, 203, 208, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 245, 267
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 182
-, — — elected Mayor, loco Bury removed by the King's orders, 205
-, — — collector of customs in the Port of London, 75

Lovelane, Thomas, 170, 171

Loveryk, Thomas, 227

Loveye, John de, 132

Loveyne, Nicholas de, 286

Lowyk, Robert, 259

Lowys, John, 244
-, — William, 244

Lubeck, "polane" of, 209

Lubek, John, 155, 168

Luca, Raphael de, of the order of Hermits of St. Augustine, 151

Lucas, John, 24, 58, 130, 131, 161
-, — — Common Clerk of the City, 169
-, — Robert, 229

Luddyngtone, John, 243

Ludelowe. See Lodelawe.

Ludgate, the "free" prison of, 31n.

Lumbard, Hamo, 100
-, — Paul, 330

Lumbardestret, 111

Lutone, Robert de, 158
-, — — Robert, son of, 158

Lydyard, Simon, 140

Lye, John de, 308

Lyndeseye, Geoffrey de, 14
-, — John, 100, 309
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 309
-, — William, 160

Lynne, Alexander de, 10
-, — Thomas de, 293

Lyons, Lyouns, Richard, 199, 305, 327, 332
-, — — appointed collector of the petty custom in the Port of London, 319
-, — — elected Alderman of Broad Street Ward, 322

"Lyoun atte Dore," the, tenement in Watling Street called, 151, 218

Lyrp', Gilbert, 253

Lythgrave, John, 260

Lyveraunt, Simon, 7

Lyvoke, Walter, 239

M

Macchynge, Matchynge, Simon de, 220
-, — Thomas de, 6, 46, 59, 88, 95, 164
-, — — John, son of, 88, 164
-, — — Margery, widow of, wife of John Cok, 164
-, — — Thomas, son of, 164
-, — William, 257
-, — — John, son of, 257
-, — — Mabel, sister of, 257
-, — — — John, son of, 257
-, — — — — John Wryghte de Borham, son of, 256, 257

Maces, the right of the City Serjeants to bear, 22, 23

"Macz" Doulton, Peter, 68

Madefrey, John, 152, 153

Makenheved, Ralph (de), 35, 110

Makeseye, Henry, 110, 131, 252
-, — Robert de, 40, 61, 69
-, — — Agnes, wife of, widow of John Merwe, 40, 69
-, — William, 304

Maldon, co. Essex, charters to the burgesses of, 94

Male, Victor de, 236

Malebeke, Lodewic, 313

"Malec," 209

Malemakere, John, 41

Malemakers, surveyors of, 187

Malemayn, Edward, 244

Malewayn, John, 38, 39, 52, 53, 94, 96, 99, 106, 132, 207
-, — — John, son of, 207
-, — — Margery, dau. of, wife of Nicholas, son of John Mockyngge, 38

Mallynge, John (de), 176, 191
-, — Richard (de), 100, 101, 238

Maltone, William, 275

"Malvesie," "Malveysin," 102, 137, 199

Mangel, John, 152, 153
-, — — Margaret, wife of, daughter of Robert Westmelne, 152

Mangfeld, Geoffrey, 107

Mangyl, John, 253

Manhale, Robert de, 20, 60, 61, 111

Mapelesdene, John, 229

March, the Earl of, orders proclamation to be made for all Frenchmen to quit England, 109

Marchal, Mareschal, Godfrey, de Greschirche, 321
-, — John, 145
-, — Richard, 34, 283

Marchaunt, John, 244
-, — — de Ipre, 48
-, — Peter, 286

Maressale, William, 173

"Marie Knyght," la, ship called, 333

Mark, Peter, 313, 314

Markeby, Henry de, 229, 234
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of Richard Cranesle, 229, 234
-, — — John, son of, 229, 234
-, — — Margery, daughter of, 229, 234
-, — — Petronilla, wife of, 234

Marny, Sir Robert de, 16
-, — — William, son of, 16

Martlane, 240

Martlesham, Martesham, William, 310, 311, 312

"Martone," Ralph de. See Mortone.

Martyn, Bartholomew, 314
-, — John, 146
-, — — Sarah, daughter of, 146

Marwe, Isabella, 210

Mary, John de, 204

Maryns, John, 204, 252, 303, 313
-, — — Marion, wife of, late wife of Adam de Carlelle, 303

Masks, not to be worn at night, 3

Mason "hewers," 51
-, — "layers and setters," 51, 116

Masons, wages of, regulated, 301
-, — mistery of, ordinances, 51

Masoun, Robert le, 49

Matilda, wife of Henry I., founder of the Hospital of St. Giles, Holborn, 28

"Maudone". See Maldon.

Maunsiple, Roger, 117

Maydenhuthe, John de, 4

Maydestone, Robert de, 132

Maye, Thomas, 107

Maykyn, Makyn, John, 137, 228, 229, 265, 304

Mayn, John, one of the King's Serjeants-at-arms, 16
-, — — a leper, ordered to quit the City, 294

Maynard, Robert, 70

Mayor, the, opprobrious words against, punished by fine, 53–4; as the King's Escheator, 77, 80, 89, 144; to be nominated on every Commission for gaol-delivery, 120; to have one halfpenny for pesage, 167; the same disallowed, id.; election of, to take place on the Feast of SS. Simon and Jude, 198; manner of prosecuting before the, 198, Serjeants of, to assist in maintaining his oath to the King and City, 226; Walter (de) Berneye elected, but declines office, 234; pays fine of 100 marks, 240; election of, no one to attend, unless summoned, 265

Mayoralty Seal. used in place of that of an individual as being better known, 21

Mayors:
-, Andreu, James, 135, 146, 158, 165, 219, 220, 221, 222, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 232, 233, 258
-, Aubrey, Andrew, 4
-, Bamme, Adam, 159
-, Bernes, John (de), 136, 147, 250, 269, 270, 273, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 283, 286, 287, 289, 291, 292, 297, 298, 299, 305
-, Bokerel, Andrew, 30
-, Brembre, Nicholas, 246, 257, 285, 292, 317
-, Bury, Adam de, 167, 174, 175, 177, 178, 181, 185, 186, 188, 189, 190, 192, 193, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 212, 260, 261, 308, 316, 317, 318, 320, 323, 326, 327, 328, 334
-, Cavendisshe, Stephen (de), 145, 146, 148, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 245
-, Chichestre, John de, 154, 202, 254, 256, 257, 258, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268
-, Chikewelle, Hamo de, 127
-, Dolsely, Simon, 112, 113, 114, 115, 119, 120, 157, 245
-, Fraunceys, Adam, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 16, 18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27,
-, 31, 32, 35, 44–5, 55, 89, 210, 245, 251
-, Fraunceys, Simon, 31, 45, 48, 49, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 110
-, Grantham, John de, 13
-, Leggy, Thomas, 31, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 43, 45, 46, 53, 89, 202
-, Lovekyn, John, 102, 104, 105, 106, 109, 110, 111, 112, 115, 132, 168, 181, 184, 205, 206, 207, 208, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219
-, Mordone, Simon de, 96, 122, 124, 178, 223, 234, 236, 237, 239, 240, 241, 242, 245, 246, 247, 248, 254
-, Nott, John, 156, 157, 158, 161, 164, 165, 168, 169, 170, 176, 208, 334
-, Pecche, John, 110, 131, 132, 134, 135, 136, 138, 139, 140, 144, 245
-, Philipot, Phelipot, John, 164
-, Picard, Pykard, Henry, 68, 71, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 84, 88, 89, 90, 91, 100, 115, 170, 214
-, Piel, Pyel, John, 165, 269, 299, 301, 303, 306, 307, 309, 313, 314, 515
-, Pulteney, John, 268
-, Stodeye, John (de), 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 107, 110, 115, 121, 128, 245
-, Turk, Walter, 50
-, Twyford, Nicholas, 166
-, Walworth, William, 314, 316, 327, 329
-, Warde, John, 153, 201
-, Wroth, John, 121, 122, 125, 127, 128, 129, 130, 134, 139, 245, 325

Mayr, Meir, William le, 182, 251

Measures, false, called "chopyns," to be burnt, 269

Medford, John, 332. See also Metford and Mitford.

Melchebourne, Meldebourne, Gilbert de, 201, 273
-, — William, 191

Meltone, Geoffrey de, 11

Melyn, Gyles de, 189
-, — — Isabella, wife of, sister of Reginald Newport, 189
-, — — Jaconnia, daughter of, 189
-, — — John, son of, 189
-, — — Walter, son of, 189

Mercers of London, elect weigher of the Small Balance, 2; attack Lombard merchants, 112; contribute towards a present for the King, 172, 173

Merchants, not to engross merchandise, 186

Merchant Strangers, free trade granted to, by Statute of York, 14–15; complaints of excessive privileges having been granted by the King to, 180.
-, See also Foreigners.

Merchant Tailors. See Tailors and Linen-armourers.

Mercier, John, 37

Merstham (co. Surrey), 286

Merstone, Richard de, Serjeant of the Chamber, 204

Mertone, Simon de, 98
-, — William de, 98

Merwe, Merewe, John, 40, 69, 202
-, — — Agnes, widow of, wife of Robert de Makeseye, 40, 69
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 69
-, — — Nicholas, son of, 40, 69, 202
-, — — Walter, son of, 69

Meryman, John, 115

Meryn, John, 182

Metford, John, 319, 327, 330. See also Medford, Mitford.

Miccham, John, 38

Michel, Mychel, Andrew, 235
-, — Andreu, of "Pistore," 314
-, — John, vintner, 124
-, — John, chaplain, 217
-, — Nicholas, 299

Middleton, John de, sworn to be of the City's Counsel, 310

Mildenhall, Mildenhale, "Peres" de, 200, 252

Mills, Benedict, 290

Mirorer, Richard le, 111

Misteries, the, Common Council elected from, 3; men of divers, cause a disturbance in the City, 168; ordinance for the government of, 174; their good effect likely to be destroyed by innovations in trade, 179; to send members to attend the King at Guildford, 280, 281

Mite, John, 258

Mitford, John (de), 173, 175, 185, 196, 197, 202, 211, 213, 220, 222, 232, 245, 251, 254, 267, 281, 287, 298, 299, 303, 316, 327, 332
-, — John de, draper, 292

Moburlee, John, 244

Mockyngge, Mokkynge, John (de), 38, 52, 53, 106, 191, 275
-, — — Nicholaa, wife of, 38

Mockyngge, Mokkynge, John (de), Nicholas, son of, 38, 39, 52, 53, 106
-, — — Thomas, son of, 38
-, — Thomas, 156, 190, 191, 276
-, — Thomas de, 307
-, — — Alice, wife of, 307
-, — — Thomas, son of, 307

Moderby, William, 162

Molaryn, Piers de, 210

Mollere, Nicholas, 283

"Moltetalaugh," 144. Cf. "Rough-talwh."

Momart, Michael, 182

Mondene, William, 190, 191

Money, made to resemble the old money of Scotland, not to be circulated, 36; not to be taken out of the kingdom, 182, 196

Money-changers. See Exchange, King's Exchange.

Monkoy, John, 59

Moor, the. See Finsbury.

Moot, John, 112
-, — William, 57

Moraunt, Thomas, 307

Morce, John, 245

Mordone, John de, 222
-, — Ralph de, 76, 89, 134, 154
-, — Roger de, 61
-, — Simon (de), 13, 61, 62, 96, 122, 124, 173, 175, 178, 185, 190, 196, 197, 203, 211, 213, 215, 216, 220, 222, 232, 234, 236, 237, 239, 240, 241, 242, 245, 246, 247, 248, 254, 260, 262, 267, 275, 281, 287, 299, 315, 316, 319, 327, 330
-, — — late Alderman of Candlewick Street Ward, 323
-, — Thomas de, 50, 89

More, John, 238, 281
-, — Robert de la, 178, 222, 266, 277, 286
-, — William, 247, 268

Morehous, Richard, 235

Morewode, William, 111
-, — — Dionisia, wife of, 111

Morice, Moricz, Thomas, 107, 108, 113, 114, 115
-, See also Common Serjeants.

Morlee, Robert (de), Constable of the Tower, 127, 207

Morstrate, la, parish of St. Giles without Cripplegate, 102

Mort d'Ancestor, assizes of, to be held every fortnight, 72

Mortone, John de, 68
-, — Nicholas, 256
-, — Ralph de, 34, 99, 133

Moshache, Mousehacche, William, 59, 65, 119

Mot, Gamelyn, 312

Moteshunte, William, 160, 252

Moubray, John, 83

Mounteneye, Geoffrey de, 11
-, — — Cecilia le Hethreve, wife of, 11
-, — — John, son of, citizen of Norwich, 11
-, — Thomas (de), 125, 132, 156, 161, 276

"Mountevyler" (Montvilliers), 34

Moy, John, 333

Multone, Robert, 333

Mundene, John de, junior, 54

Murdone, Nicholas, 160

"Murrhine" cups, 299n.

Mustone, Henry, 241

Mymmes, John de, 8, 145n.
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 8, 145n.
-, — Richard de, 95
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of John Crus, 95, 96
-, — — Juliana, daughter of, 95, 96

Myne, Bartholomew, 239, 242, 276, 313

Mynested, William, 259

Myntone, John, 332
-, — — Isabella, wife of, 332, 333

N

Nantone, John de, 176

Naples, William de, 121, 334
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 334

Navarre, Philip of, makes submission, 69

Naverger, Henry, 235

Navy, writ for arrest of deserters from the, 297, 298

Neel, Walter, 36, 55, 100, 191
-, — — Alice, wife of, 36, 55, 100

Neketone, John de, 317
-, — — Margery, daughter of, wife of Alexander Bedyk, 317

Nemay, Godfrey, 189

Nesle, merchants of, excluded from new composition made between the City and merchants of Amiens, 30; arrears of ferm due from, paid to various Mayors, 245
-, See also Amiens, Corbie.

Netlam, Nicholas, 241

Neuby, John, 291

Neuman, William, 244

Neville, Sir John de, Lord of Raby, 328
-, — — Ralph, son of, 328
-, — — Thomas, son of, 328

Newcastle-on-Tyne, 34, 49

New Custom in the Port of London, 319n.

Newe, Richard, 244

Neweman, William, 32

Newentone, Geoffrey de, 222

Newerk, William de, appointed Keeper of the King's Seal for recognizances under the Statute of Acton Burnel, 67

Newgate, the pavement within, a market place for corn, 33, 103, 170, 171, 196, 261, 330; bequest for repair of highway between Wycombe and, 191

Newgate Gaol, keepers of, 68, 161, 296; not to be let to ferm, 74; no officer of, to-be allowed to brew, 272
-, — Commissions for delivery of, 1, 2, 18, 49, 51, 57, 71, 93, 112, 121, 145, 156, 181, 186, 220, 234, 255, 269, 301, 316, 329; the Mayor for the time being to be nominated in every commission, 120; a recent commission appointed to sit at the Guildhall not to prejudice the City's rights, 213; an appeal for death to be prosecuted before the Commissioners, and not elsewhere, 277

Newlond, Henry (de), 161
-, — John, 161

Newport, Neuport, James de, 50, 109
-, — — Isabella, wife of, 109
-, — John de, 79, 80
-, — — John, son of, 79, 80
-, — — William, son of, 79
-, — Reginald, 189
-, — — Isabella, sister of, wife of Gyles de Melyn, 189
-, — William (de), 97, 222, 276, 304, 316, 319, 327, 330

New Temple, the, 118
-, — its Bar, 31, 325
-, — proceedings touching a right of way through to the river, 126, 322
-, — the manor of, the property of the Prior of St. John of Jersualem, 324, 325

Newtone, Neutone, Geoffrey de, 178, 267, 276
-, — Richard de, 107

Noke, John, 244

Noket, Thomas, 284

"Nonschenche," 6n.

Norbury, Richard, 165

Noreys, Thomas, 326

Norfolk, Northfolk, John (de), 162, 165, 200, 252

Norhamptone, John (de), 126, 162, 175, 201, 276, 281

Norhamptone, Roger, 145
-, — William de, 117

Norice, John, 145
-, — John, de Tetteworth, 144

North', John de, 81

Northalle, manor of, 273

Northampton, burgesses of, letter of procuration from, 25; charter of Richard I. to, 139–40; to be quit of lastage, 140

Northawe, John, 318

Northburgh, John de, 80
-, — Michael de, Bishop of London, 132, 169

Northbury, Richard de, 262, 304
-, — — Imanya, wife of, widow of John de Enefeld, 262
-, — William, 206

Northerne, Sir Ralph, Rector of St. Christopher, 75, 80
-, — Stephen le, 55, 56, 57

Northflete, writ dated from, 44

Northfolk. See Norfolk.

Northhalle, John de, 93

Northwych, John de, 223, 247. See also Norwich.
-, — Robert de, 70

Nortone, John (de), 61, 252
-, — Richard (de), 137, 172, 276
-, — William (de), 45, 83, 281

Norwich, Norwych, city of, 11, 25
-, — charter of Richard I. to burgesses of, 125

Norwold, Robert, 281

Norwych, John de, Sub-Warden of the Hospital of St. James, near Westminster, 80
-, — John, 269

Notefeld, Richard, 117

Notehurste, Walter, 50

Notfeld, manor of, 286

Notingham, Notyngham, Gilbert de, 165, 215, 258, 321
-, — John de, 92
-, — Richard (de), 32, 48, 51, 53, 58, 68, 69, 72, 76, 81, 83, 84, 87, 90, 95, 106, 108, 115, 117, 132, 136
-, — — Margery, wife of, 136
-, — — Richard, son of, 136
-, — Robert, 333
-, — William de, 244

Nott, Noot, John, 156, 157, 158, 161, 164, 165, 168, 169, 170, 174, 176, 190, 203, 208, 211, 213, 220, 276, 334

Nottingham, burgesses of, letter of procuration from, 25

Nottone, William de, 1, 18, 49, 71, 93, 112, 121

Novel Disseisin, assizes of, to be held every week, 72

Nuisance, assize of, 129

Nuisances, masons and carpenters sworn to survey, 158

O

Ode, Adam, 227, 229
-, — William, of "Pekham," 227

Odyham, Odiham, Richard, 159, 213, 249, 316

Offewyk, William de, 17

Offord, John de. See Ufford.

Offynctone, John de, 116

Ofham, John, 128
-, — — Peter, son of, 128

Og, William, 241

Ogleye, Peter, 214

Oil to be gauged before sale, 156, 215

Okebourne, John, 107, 161
-, — Ralph, 107

Okeham William de, 14

Old Fish Street. See Eldfishstrete.

Olescompe, John, 171, 273

Oliver, Edmund, 252, 276
-, — Leuyn, 48

Olneye, John, 276
-, — Richard de, 116
-, — William, 141, 154

"One hand," compurgation by, 73.
-, See also "Seventh hand."

Oo or Hoo, Andrew de, 239

Ordinary, the, wills in the City proved before, and afterwards in the Husting, 88

Orewelle, Andrew de, 201, 249

Organ, John, 164, 263, 264, 266, 289, 304, 306, 321
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 222

Orgrane (Orgrave ?), Thomas de, Clerk to the King's Treasurer, 251

Orphans, custody of, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 19, 22, 32, 35, 36, 38, 40, 44, 56, 63, 69, 79, 82, 83, 91, 95, 99, 110, 113, 114, 119, 120, 122, 125, 128, 129, 132, 134, 135, 136, 146, 147, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 163, 164, 165, 167, 169–70, 181, 185, 188, 193, 196, 200, 201, 202, 205, 211, 212, 218, 224, 226–7, 228, 229, 230, 231, 234, 235, 238, 239, 240, 246, 247, 248, 249, 256, 257, 258, 260, 261, 264, 265, 270, 278, 279, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289, 292, 296, 298, 301, 306, 307, 308, 309, 315, 317, 318, 320–1, 323–4, 332, 333

Osebern, Osebourne, Robert (de), 100, 116

Osekyn John, 95, 204, 216, 222
-, — Simon, 46
-, — — Juliana, wife of, afterwards wife of Henry Chaucer, 46

Ospreng, Currad, 228
-, — — Roesia, daughter of, 228

"Oure," an Egyptian animal called, 178–9

Outlawry in the Husting, 144

Outlaws not to be harboured, 33

Outlecote, Utlecote, Utlicote, Itillecote, John, 135, 155, 168

Owayn. See Iweyn.

Oxenford, Oxon', John de, 7, 45, 61, 78, 82, 102, 117, 151
-, — John de, 196
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 196
-, — — John, son of, 196
-, — John de, senior, 116
-, — John de, junior, 95, 116
-, — — Alice, mother of, 95
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of John Blaunche, 95
-, — — John, son of, 95
-, — — William, son of, 95
-, — Robert, 281
-, — Roger de, 196
-, — Thomas de, 90

Oxewyk, John, 252, 306. See also Exwyk.

Oxford, city of, letter of procuration from, 25; burgesses of Bedford to enjoy the same liberties as citizens of, 35; the University of, deprived of its liberties owing to a riot, 39; the same restored, id.

P

Pace, Master Richard, the King's baker, 106

Padecryst, Padegrys, Robert, 192, 200

Padyngtone, Henry de, 320
-, — — Common Clerk of the City, 232, 304

Page, Philip, 208
-, — Walter, 40, 61, 69

Pagenham, Thomas, 61

Pakenhulle, William de, 79
-, — — John, son of, 79

"Pakkure," 197n.

Palmer, Richard, 281
-, — Simon (le), 55, 56, 58, 60, 115, 118
-, — Thomas, 185

Palvesinis, Palvesinus de, 204

Palyngtone, Robert de, 37

Pancregge, John, 190, 191

Papal Bulls, not to be brought into England, 182; search to be made for, 272

Papelwyk, William, 227

Par', Richard de, 49, 162

Parishes, a sum of £50,000 to be levied on, 280, 284; of the City, their number, 282, 284

Parker, John, 244
-, — Walter, 154, 218

Parliament, statute forbidding common money-exchanges, 5; the Statute of Staples of 1353 passed, 8n.; of 1354 confirms ordinances made by the Council of the previous year, 17n., 20; the price of wool in various counties fixed by, 87–8; statute of 1362 touching purveyance, 147, 285; the price of victuals not to be enhanced during session of, 278; grants a sum of £50,000, to be levied on parishes, to the King, 280, 284; no impost to be laid on wool without assent of, 285n.; of 1372, grants by, 302n., 308, 310; of 1373, ordinances passed by, 318; grants of money by, 319.; of 1374, grants by, 319n., 327, 330
-, — Writs for election of City members to attend, 11, 20, 47, 81–2, 94, 119, 122, 127, 140, 155, 182, 205, 222, 227, 241, 274–5, 297, 298, 312–13

Parmenter, Walter, 24
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 24

Parys, John de, 101
-, — Robert (de), 8, 238, 248, 276, 312

Passelewe, Henry, 250
-, — — Katherine, wife of, afterwards wife of William Estwyk, 250
-, — — Margery, daughter of, 250

Passeware, Pesseware, William, 59, 135, 161, 215, 253, 333

Paston, John de, 155

Paterlinge, John, 34

"Paternoster Rowe," 41

Patrik, Richard, 102
-, — — Alice, wife of, 102

"Paul of London," City barge called, 310, 311, 330

Pavage, ordinance touching, 81

Pavement, the, within Newgate, a market-place for corn, 33, 103, 170, 171, 196, 261, 330
-, — at Gracechurch, a market place for corn, 103, 330

Pavement not to be unduly raised, 301

Payn, John, 48, 135, 155, 166, 168, 259
-, — Juliana, 76
-, — Lawrence, 189
-, — Robert, 189, 250, 253
-, — Roger, 207

Pays, Nicholas, 306

Peautrer, Peuterer, Arnald (le), 2, 11
-, — Nicholas, 59, 278
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 278
-, — — Thomas, son of, 278
-, — — William, son of, 278

Peccham, Christiana, 258

Pecche, John, 3, 7, 13, 16, 23, 24, 51, 58, 68, 71, 91, 94, 95, 110, 113, 132, 134, 135, 136, 138, 139, 140, 144, 183, 190, 191, 203, 215, 216, 240, 245, 251, 254, 256, 276, 298, 316
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 241, 298
-, — — grant of monopoly of sweet wines by the King to, annulled by Parliament, 318; the City to uphold him in his monopoly, 320
-, — John, sen., 79

Peek, John, 245

Peintour, Peyntour, Henry, 81
-, — John, 60
-, — William le, 55

Pekham, Pecham, John de, 116
-, — Nicholas de, 226, 229
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 226, 229, 230

Pelham, John de, 101

Pelkeshanke, John, 315

"Pelleters". See Skinners.

Pembroke, Countess of, her hostel, 132n.

Penne, William, 200, 253

Pennyng, Paul, 248

Penrose, John, 178

Penthouses, ordinance touching, 205

Pentyk, Thomas, 60

Pepperers of Sopereslane, surveyors appointed, 204; of Chepe, the same, id.; of the Ropery, the same, id.; of Bucklersbury, the same, id.

Pere, John, 276

Peremay, Permay, John, 119, 171, 201

Perewyche, John de, 154

Perjury, punishment for, 177

Perle, Thomas, 23, 53, 58, 68, 72, 77, 113, 132

Pers, William 76

Persshore, William, 59

Pesage due to the Mayor, 104, 167

Pestilence of 1349, wages not to be enhanced by reason of the, 14

Petipas, Henry, 257

Petit, Nicholas, 118

Petresfeld, Thomas de, 88, 89

Peuterer. See Peautrer.

"Peutres" (Pewterers), mistery of, 172

Pevereche, William de, 21

Pewter, a "garnish" of, 299

Pewterers, mistery of. See "Peutres."

Peytevyne, John, 34

Philipot, Philpot, John, 174, 240, 247, 255, 263, 264, 266, 276, 280, 281, 282, 297, 299, 314, 316, 327
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 275
-, — — appointed Commissioner for raising the City's quota of £50,000, granted to the King by Parliament, 284
-, — — elected Alderman of Cornhill Ward, 298
-, — John, 291
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 291
-, — William, 241

Phip, Phippe, John, 6, 253

Phippessone, John, 315

Picard, Pycard, Pykard, Henry, 16, 18, 24, 25, 26, 36, 53, 58, 68, 71, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 84, 88, 89, 90, 91, 95, 100, 113, 115, 132, 170, 214, 223
-, — John, 116

Piedeleu, Piedleu, Simon, 217
-, — — William, brother of, 217

Piel, Pyel, John, 136, 165, 216, 240, 247, 251, 254, 258, 262, 264, 266, 267, 269, 276, 281, 287, 298, 301, 303, 306, 307, 309, 313, 314, 315, 327
-, — — elected Alderman of Castle Baynard, 247
-, — — elected Sheriff, 253
-, — — elected Mayor, 299

"Piement," a wine, 149

Pigs, not to be allowed to wander at large, 33

Pikenham. See Pykeman.

Pikman. See Pykeman.

Pilgrims, not to leave the realm without permission, 19, 35; the same ordered to quit the City by a certain day, 217

Pillory, punishment of the, 259, 261, 264, 283, 293, 334

Pinners. See Pynners.

Pipehurst, Thomas, 128

Plate, gold and silver, not to be exported without licence, 196

Pleaders, to take reasonable fees, 74

Pledour, Sabyne, de Stratford atte Bowe, 211

Plegdene (co. Essex), 207

Pletour, Raulyn, 106

Pleystowe, Henry, 290

Ploket, Nicholas, 136

Plomer, Nicholas, 182
-, — William, 218

Plott, John, 157

Plumbers, complaint against, for creating a nuisance by smelting in the parish of St. Clement, Eastcheap, 283–4
-, — mistery of, ordinances of, 183; surveyors appointed, id.

Plummere, Robert, the King's subsidy on cloth let to ferm to, 329

Plumouth, Richard, 253

Plumsted (co. Kent), 207

Poitiers, battle of, letter of the Prince of Wales to the Mayor, &c., announcing his victory, 71; Thomas de Voudenay, Knt., taken prisoner in, 81

"Pole," la, in the Thames, 271

Poletrie, Adam de la, 21

Polstede, John, 283

Ponge, Nicholas, 60, 81

Pontefract, Sir John de, 174

Pope, John, 7, 83, 86, 258, 289, 383
-, — John, 240
-, — — Mary, wife of, widow of Laurence Beamoond, 241
-, — Robert, 160

Pope Innocent VI., his letter to Edward, Prince of Wales, 70

Popel, John, 100, 112, 157

"Porcelle," or "Purcelle," 274n.

Porche, Andrew de, 237

Porneys (Porveys ?), William, 264
-, — — Elizabeth, wife of, daughter of Thomas de Grantham, 264

Port, Guy del, 248

Portejoye, Thomas, 116, 117

Porter, Portour, Thomas, 101, 245
-, — William, 76, 331

Portesmuthe, Portesmue, 46, 125

Port of London. See London, Port of.

Portugal, merchants of, not to be molested, 290, 327

Posse, Simon, 14, 59, 236

Poteman, John, 167

Potenhale, John (de), 96, 172
-, — Robert, 172
-, — Walter, 278

Potesgrave, Thomas, 252

Pottere, Richard, 244

Potyn, Nicholas, 172, 307

Potynham, William, 163

Pouchmakers, complaint against Dyers by, 295
-, — mistery of, 172, 269, 290, 293

"Poucyn," 274n.

Poule, Lodewic, of Florence, 313
-, — Nicholas de, of Florence, 314

"Poule," the, City barge called. See "Paul of London."

Poulesholt, Richard de, 165, 175, 321
-, — — Isabella, dau. of, wife of William (de) Cotgrave, 165, 321, 322
-, — — Roger, son of, 175
-, — Thomas de, 175

Poulterers, contribute towards a gift to the King, 171; mistery of, surveyors appointed, 207; not to pluck fowls on the highway, id.; names of those sworn to govern, 258; not to stand at the "Carfukes" of Leadenhall, 271; foreign, to sell their poultry on the pavement near the Grey Friars, id.; not to meddle with foreigners, id.; allowed to stand before the church of St. Nicholas Shambles, id.; allotment of plots of land near the church of St. Nicholas Shambles to, 314

Poultry, not to be forestalled, 33; regulations for sale of, by poulterers free and foreign, 271–2; the price of, fixed, 273–4

Poulyn, John, 34

Poundage, a subsidy of 6 pence on every pound of merchandise, 289, 302n., 305

Pountfrait, Pounfreit, Henry, 244
-, — John de, 1, 61, 76, 89, 143, 171, 191, 261, 307, 320, 321
-, — John de, the elder, 260, 268
-, — — Margery, daughter of, wife of Richard de Evre, 260
-, — — Robert, son of, 260, 268
-, — — — Alice, wife of, 268
-, — John de, junior, 185
-, — Richard, parson of the church of St. Mary Woolchurch, 194
-, — Robert (de), 261, 321
-, — William, 136
-, — — William, son of, 136
-, See also Pontefract.

Poyntel, Gilbert, 63
-, — John, 116

Prade, Marsean la, 210

Præmunire, Statute of, 17

Prat, John, 117

Preaching Friars, the house of the, butchers purchase a place near, 43

Precious, Henry, 107, 108, 134

Prest, John, 106

Prestmede, William, 183

Prestone, writ dated from, 297

Prestone, Alexander de, 161
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 161
-, — John de, 241
-, — Ralph de, 314
-, — Richard de, 61, 122, 304
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 182

Prichet, Adam, 6, 32

Prikafold, Peter, 14

Prime, half (demy prime), 103

Prisage of victuals coming to the City not to be taken by the Constable of the Tower, 127, 207, 239

Prote, Ralph, 147, 253

Proude, John, 145

Proudfot, Nicholas, 244

Provisors, Statute of, 17n.

Prudhomme, Prodhom, Geoffrey, 248
-, — William, 80

Prynce, Gilbert, 172, 260, 324

Pulteney, Pountenay, John, 268

Pulter, Adam, 258
-, — Alexander, 315
-, — Andrew, 315

Punge, John, de Ware, 96
-, — — Matilda, wife of, daughter of Thomas de Bromfelde, 96
-, — Nicholas, his bequests for repair of highways, 233

Puppe, Geoffrey, 276

Purchas, Eudo or Odo, 163, 202, 254

Pursere, Robert, 241
-, — Thomas, 63

Purveyance, statute of 1362 touching, 285

Purveyors, to be called "buyers," 147n. See also King's Purveyors.

Pycot, Pykot, John, 62
-, — Robert, 163, 210
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 210

Pyebakere, Andrew, 172

Pyel. See Piel.

Pyjoun, John, 239

Pyke, Thomas, 162

Pykeburne, Thomas de, 118

Pykeman, Pykenham, Andrew, 34, 120, 129, 135, 156, 157, 163, 215, 249
-, — — Johanna, wife of, widow of Robert Furneux, 135, 163
-, — Giles, 78, 79, 163, 185, 190, 192, 218
-, — — Robert, son of, 163
-, — — — Alice, wife of, dau. of Robert Fourneux, 163, 164
-, — John (de), 76, 165, 259
-, — Thomas (de), 132, 174, 190, 203, 289
-, — Walter, 275, 307

Pynk, Robert, Provincial Prior of the Preaching Friars in England, 177

Pynners, mistery of, articles of, 63–4; masters elected, 290

Pynworth, John de, 65

Pyrel, Pyriel, John, 53, 60

Pyrewelle, Ralph de, 7

Pytte, John, 320

Q

Quays of the City, toll taken at, for cleansing, 306

Queen, the, her doorkeeper, 118

Queenborough, charter to burgesses of, 228; the Staple removed from Canterbury to, id.; fairs held at, id.

Queenhithe, rent of 60s. from, granted to the Hospital of St. Giles, 29; corn not to be sold at, before the hour of Prime, 33; corn, &c., to remain three days at, before sale to merchants, 77; schedule of tolls imposed for repairing and cleansing, 97, 221; licence to John Philipot to erect a building near, 291

Queenhithe Ward, Aldermen of:
-, Fraunceys, Adam, 51
-, Little, John, 51

Queldryk, Adam, 107

Quelhogge, Richard, convicted of selling putrid pork, 8

R

Raby, Lord of. See Neville.

Radeclive, Sir John de, chaplain, 76; judgment of outlawry against, 77

Radewelle, James, 211
-, — — Juliana, wife of, widow of Richard Bacoun, 211

Rales, Ralos, Raloos, Reginald, 204, 235, 270, 302

Rameseye, John (de), 172, 253, 279
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 279
-, — — Felicia, wife of, 279
-, — — Margery, daughter of, 279
-, — — Mariota, daughter of, 279
-, — Robert (de), 57, 61, 185–6, 190, 191, 222, 252
-, — Thomas (de), 190, 191

Randolf, William, 147, 171

Ranele, John de, 118

Rankediche, John, 245

Rapound, Dynus, 237

Ratteseye, Adam, 244

Raulyn, Henry, 107

Raven, Walter, 81, 171
-, — William, 204

Recorder, the, manner of recording City customs by, 84

Recorders:
-, Haldene, William de, 122, 147, 153, 165, 168, 220, 223, 230, 232, 236, 240, 242, 250, 251, 254, 255, 260, 261, 267, 269, 281, 287, 297–8, 299, 315, 316, 324, 327
-, Lodelowe, Thomas (de), 138, 153, 156, 161, 183

Redbourne, John de, 101

Rede, Walter (le), 92, 289

Redeford, John, 296
-, — — Johanna, wife of, later wife of John de Cornewaille, 296
-, — — John, son of, 296
-, — — Thomas, son of, 296
-, — — Walter, son of, 296
-, — — William, son of, 296

Redyng, Radynge, John (de), 76, 162, 276, 333
-, — Richard de, 282
-, — Robert, 333

Refham, John de, 50, 59, 109

Regalia, the Great Crown redeemed from pledge, 77

"Reneys," "Ryneys" (Rhenish) wine, 124, 272

Renger, Richard, 30

Ressyngdene, John, 114, 240

Reve, Richard, 207

Reygate, Roger, 105

Reyner, Adam, 6–7
-, — John, 59, 109, 153, 154, 276
-, — John, senior, 25

Reynham, Nicholas, 238
-, — — "Alesia," wife of, daughter of Sir John Warde, 238, 239
-, — Robert de, 50, 59
-, — Simon de, 43, 163
-, — Thomas de, 59, 110

Reynold, John, 290

Rhenish wine. See "Reneys."

Rical, John, 111

Richard, Hugh, 270

Richard I., his charters to burgesses of Bedford, 35; to burgesses of Northampton, 139–40

Richard, Prince (afterwards Richard II.), Guardian of the realm, 296, 297

Riche, David, 117

Richeman, Peter, 147
-, — — Beatrix, wife of, 147

Richemoundshire, co. York, 87

Ridale, co. Leicester, 87

Ridere, Rydere, Robert, 60, 252, 270

Ripegarst, Giles, 16

Ripshire, co. Leicester, 87

Risby, Saloman, 273

Rivers, Sir John de, Knt., 108
-, — — John, son of, 108
-, — — — John, son of, 108

Robinet, John, 110

Robury, Hugh de, 15
-, — — William, brother of, 15
-, — — — Robert, son of, 15

Rocheford, John, 244–5

Rochel, wine of, 149; not to be stored with Rhenish, 272

Rochester, bequest for repair of highway from Southwark Bar to, 191

Rodlond, John de, 155

Roger, John, 253

Rokeslee, Gregory de, 100, 226

Rokeswell, John, the chaplain of, 161

Rolf, Buchard, de Henle, 107
-, — Hugh, 200
-, — John, 107

"Romanye," "Romeneye," a sweet wine, 137, 199

Rombold, Nicholas, 60

Rome, William, 253

Rome, Court of, letters of procuration sent to the, 24, 25

Romenhale, John de, 60

Romeseye, Richard de, 61

Rook, Jakemin de la, 204
-, — John, 165
-, — William (de la), 204, 258

Roolf, Thomas, 275

Ropery, the, grocers, pepperers, and apothecaries of, 204; child kidnapped in, 306

Rote, Arnald, 80
-, — John, 253, 275

Rothewelle, Richard de, 68

Rothynge, John de, 59, 62, 159, 222, 276, 308, 310, 325
-, — Richard de, 185

Rotour, Roger, 82

"Roucestre." See Rochester.

Roudolf, John, 111
-, — William, 82

"Roughtalwh," 144. Cf. "Moltetalaugh"

Roulegh, John de, 175

"Roumelond" at Queenhithe, 221

Roundel, Robert, 244

Rous, John, 190, 191, 222, 317

Roystoke, Robert de, 112

Rudde, Roger, 273

Rumburgh, William (de), 59, 333

Rus, Russe, Robert, 57, 109, 131, 270, 276

Russel, Adam, 41
-, — John, of Abyndone, 176

Russel, Nicholas, 314
-, — Richard, 36, 41, 70, 105, 113, 157, 163, 207, 299, 326
-, — — Lucy, daughter of, 326
-, — — Richard, son of, 326
-, — Robert, 41

Rute, Ruthe, Lambekyn, 235, 250

"Rybole," a sweet wine, 199

Rychemound, John de, 126

Ryf, Ryffe, William, 173, 253

Ryghtwys, John, 178

Rypoun, Thomas, 117

Rysby, Salamon, 200

"Ryvere," "Rivere," a sweet wine (Rhenish ?), 4, 102, 137, 199

S

Saddlers, complain of ordinances of the Girdlers, 66, 67, 70; ordinances of the, 141–3, overseers elected, 143; contribute towards a gift to the King, 172

Sadeler, Godfrey, 276
-, — Ulryke, 189

Sadelyngstanes, Hugh de, 105, 106, 110, 113, 119, 121

Saham, Thomas de, 93, 97

St. Alban, Albon, Adam de, 172
-, — John de, 174, 190, 196, 203, 211, 213, 220, 222, 236, 245, 248, 251, 254, 262, 267, 281
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 155
-, — John, 248, 276
-, — Thomas de, 113, 134, 167
-, — Thomas, City Coroner, 277
-, — William de, 13, 19, 20, 46, 154, 174
-, — William de, Knt., 223

St. Alphage within Cripplegate, parish of, 32

St. Antolin, parish of, 264

St. Augustine, Order of Hermits of, 151

St. Augustine by St. Paul s, church of, Thomas Kendale, Rector of, 135, 155, 235

St. Bartholomew, Fair of, 310

St. Bartholomew, Prior and Convent of, an assize of fresh-force brought against, 83–4, 86; their right to hold a Fair, 310

St. Bartholomew the Little in Broad Street Ward, parish of, 46, 78, 80

St. Benedict Baynards Castle, parish of, 16

St. Benedict de Shorhog, church of, Richard Vyncent, Rector of, 146, 217
-, — parish of, 99

St. Botolph, town of (Boston, co. Linc.), 4

St. Botolph, Billingsgate, parish of, 9, 133

St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, church of, 15

St. Botolph Quay, ordinances touching, 225; lease of, 260, 268

St. Bride, church of, 137; curfew rung at, 270
-, — parish of, the Bishop of Salisbury's hostel in, 137–8

St. Christopher, church of, Ralph Northerne, Rector of, 75, 80

St. Clare, the Minoresses of the Order of, 266

St. Clement, Candlewick Street, parish of, 258

St. Clement, Estchepe, parish of, 191; a place called "Wodhawe" in, 283–4

St. Dunstan, East, parish of, 57, 137, 228–9, 265

St. Dunstan, West, parish of, 91

St. Edmund, Thomas de, 93, 133, 191, 210
-, — — Idonia, wife of, 93, 133

St. Elena, Priory of. See St. Helen's.

St. Ethelburga, parish of, 203

St. Fuscien, or Suscien, Jehan de, 30
-, — Robert de, 30

St. Giles, Cripplegate, church of, curfew rung at, 270
-, — parish of, 67, 102, 121

St. Giles's Hospital for lepers, complaint by the City touching mismanagement of, 27–9, land near Tyburn belonging to, 210

St. Helen's, Priory of, 44

St. Ive, Adam de, 133, 134, 172
-, — — allowed to keep an exchange, 112, 121
-, — John, 172, 253

St. James, Hospital of, near West-minster, 80, 99

St. John of Jerusalem, Prior of, claims a wharf on the Flete, 31, 32; an annuity paid by, 95; obstructs thoroughfare to the river Thames, 322; owns the manor of the New Temple, 324, 325

St. Laurence, Pountney, churchyard of, the meeting-place for servants of Flemish weavers, 265

St. Leonard, Vedast Lane, church of, Walter Fairford, Rector, 269

St. Magnus, parish of, 56, 185, 307

St. "Marc," Robert de, 34

St. Margaret de Briggestrete, parish of, 22, 224
-, — churchwardens of, distrain the Abbot of Westminster, 152

St. Margaret, Friday Street, parish of, 25

St. Margaret, Lothbury, parish of, 131, 238
-, — church of, Roger de Faryndon, Rector of, 131

"St. Martin," name of a ship, 34

St. Martin le Grand, curfew rung at, 3; the King's free chapel in, 282
-, — Deans of:
-, Cusancia, William de, 42
-, Ufflete (Useflete ?), Thomas de, 42
-, — proceedings in error at, 83, 84, 86
-, — inhabitants leave the City to take up quarters in precinct of, 185

St. Martin, Ludgate, parish of, 114, 309

St. Martin Orgar, parish of, Beauchamp's Inn in, 133n.

St. Mary, Aldermanbury, parish of, 76

St. Mary, Aldermary, parish of, 129, 136

St. Mary without Bishopsgate, Hospital of, 233, 322, 329

St. Mary de Bothawe, parish of, 100

St. Mary le Bow, parish of, 80
-, — church of, a chantry in, 108; William de Ilkestone, Parson of, id.; curfew rung at, 150, 255, 270

St. Mary de Colcherche, chantry of Thomas de Cavendish in church of, 118

St. Mary at Hill, parish of, 1
-, — church of, Adam de Burdene, Rector of, 141

St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, parish of, 80

St. Mary "Matefeloun," parish of, 11

St. Mary Somerset, churchyard of, the meeting-place for hired servants of weavers of Brabant, 265

St. Mary, Woolchurch, parish of, 32, 239
-, — church of, the parson claims stalls at the Stocks as appertaining to, 194

St. Michael, Bassishaw, parish of, 46; tenement called "le Cage" in, 286

St. Michael de Cornhulle, parish of, 57, 58, 118, 307
-, — church of, 55; Richard Savage, Rector of, 183–4; chantries in, 118, 183–4

St. Michael, Queenhithe, parish of, 78

St. Michael le Quern or "atte Coorne," parish of, 41, 44

St. Mildred, Bread Street, parish of, 109

St. Neot or "Need," John de, 133, 252, 273

St. Nicholas Acon, churchyard of, 231
-, — parish of, 93, 97

St. Nicholas Shambles, butchers of, 31–2, 43, 139, 173, 207–8
-, — poulterers at, 258, 314

St. Olave de Mugwellestrete, church of, 328

St. Pancras, parish of, 17, 264

St. Paul's, William Hyde, minor canon of, 131
-, — Richard de Kylmyngtone, Dean of, 334
-, — the number of prebends in, ascertained, 282

"St. Peter," name of a ship, 34

St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, parish of, 166, 218

St. Peter, Westminster, a corrody paid by Abbot of, 120; John de Somertone, chamberlain of the church of, 151; Abbot distrained for money due to the church of St. Margaret, Bridge Street, 152

St. Peter at York, church of, 129

St. Sepulchre, parish of, 51

St. Stephen, Walbrook, parish of, 242

St. Suscien or Fuscien, Jehan de, 30
-, — Robert de, 30

St. Swithin, parish of, 197, 210

St. Swithin's Lane, 292

St. Thomas, William, 182

St. Thomas de Acres, Thomas de Sallowe, Master of the house of, 202

St. Thomas de Suthwerk, Hospital of, 151

St. Vedast, parish of, 67, 70

St. Vitalis, Cardinal Nicholas, 71

Salesbury, Alice de, 306
-, — John, 258, 262, 282
-, — Robert de, 200
-, — Thomas de, 60

Salisbury, 25; Bishop of, his hostel in the parish of St. Bride, 137–8

Salkyn, John, 241

Sallowe, Thomas de, Master of the house of St. Thomas de Acres, 202
-, — William (de), 126, 137

Salman, Saleman, Walter, 36, 105, 113, 163

Salopia. See Shropshyre.

Salter, William, 81

Salters, mistery of, 172

"Saltsmod," 209

Salyngge, Richard, 116, 118, 158

Same, Thomas, 53, 54, 60, 111, 249, 252, 307, 333

Samkyn, William, 92

Sampsoun, Sir Ralph, 131

Sandwich, 25, 43, 44, 47, 112, 113
-, — forces to muster at, 46, 111, 295
-, — City barges to be sent to, 305

Sandwyche, John, 332

Santone. See Sauntone.

"Sarazineshed," tenement called, in the parish of St. Vedast, 67

Sarduche, Sardouche, Nicholas, 236, 237
-, — — pardoned for divers mercantile offences on payment of a fine to the King, 247–8

Saundre, Thomas, 61
-, — William, 243

Sauntone, Santone, Thomas de, 53, 133

Savage, Walter, 243

Savoche, Dynus or Dyne, 248, 264

Saxtone, Maurice de, 174

"Sayenesmelne," in parish of West Ham, 27

"Scawageours," the duties of, 198.
-, See also "Escawangers."

Schene, Ralph, 217

Sconeburgh, Tideman (de), 90

"Scot," to be in, 20

Scot, James, 332
-, — William, 117, 118

Scotland, ordinances touching the comage of, 36, 219, 285, 305, 318; City gifts to King and Queen of, 106; cattle, victuals, &c., not to be sent to, 215; a truce with, 246

Scriveners, discharged from serving on Sheriffs' inquests, 88

Scut, Richard, 283
-, — Stephen, 51

Sea-coal, meters of, appointed, 248

Secheford, Hugh de, 59

"Secolelane," 65

Segrave, manor of, 192

Seland, Copin, 292

Seles, John, 252

Sely, John, 273, 275, 276
-, — Thomas, 244

Seman, Simon, 6, 15

Semere, Peter, de Guldeford, 161

Sende, Siende, Edward, 228, 258, 266, 291

Sergeant, Serjaunt, Philip (le), 6, 14, 59, 161
-, — — Alice, wife of, 161

Serjeants of the City to be allowed to carry maces, 21–2, 23

Serlee, Thomas, 277
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 277

Serlond, Serland, Thomas, 172, 313, 314

Sessyngham, John, 191

"Seventh hand," compurgation by the, 128. See also "One hand."

Sexlyngham, John de, 200, 201
-, — — Cecilia, wife of, widow of John le Chaundeler, 200

Shadewelle, Adam de, 9

Shaftesbury, Shaftysbury, John, 256, 308
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 256, 308
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 308
-, — — Beatrix, daughter of, 308
-, — — Colecta, daughter of, 308

Shaldebourne, James, 244

Shaltone, John de, 89

Shalyngford, John (de), 165, 254

Shambles, the, butchers of, 31–2, 139, 173, 207–8; to have a place allotted where they may clean entrails, &c., 43; plots of land allotted to poulterers near, 314

Shappe, Henry, 120

Shareshulle, Schareshulle, William de, 1, 18, 49, 71, 83, 84, 93, 112, 121

Sharnebrok, Thomas de, 59, 76, 100

Shearmen, wages of, 150

Sheldone, John, 244

Sheme (Steme ?), John, 160

Shene, Thomas de, 21

"Shepeye," Isle of, 228

Sherebourne, William de, 1. See also Shirbourne.

Sheriff-Elect admitted to office before the Barons of the Exchequer, although himself not present, 253

Sheriffs:
-, Aubrey, John, 311
-, Benyngtone, "Bedyngtone," Simon de, 111, 112, 115, 145
-, Bernes, John, 100, 104, 108, 115
-, Berney, Walter (de), 121
-, Brandone, Thomas de, 46, 47, 51, 54, 58, 65, 72
-, Brembre, Nicholas, 297, 299
-, Brikelesworth, John de, 199, 203
-, Bures, John, 100, 104, 108, 115
-, Cavendisshe, Stephen (de), 94, 95, 97, 106, 115
-, Caytone, Gaytone, Robert (de), 265, 273, 277, 281, 287
-, Chichestre, John de, 111, 112, 115
-, Cordewaner, Gerveys le, 30
-, Dolsely, Dolsaly, Thomas, 68, 69, 81, 83, 84, 87, 89, 90, 115, 116
-, Dykeman, William, 220, 227, 231
-, Forster, Forester, Walter, 46, 51, 54, 58, 65, 66, 72
-, Frestlynge, Bartholomew (de), 94, 95, 97, 115
-, Fyfhide, John, 311
-, Gaytone. See Caytone.
-, Gurdeler, Robert, 232
-, Hatfeld, Robert, 287, 289, 298
-, Hiltoft, John de, 171
-, Holbeche, Hugh, 253, 258, 262
-, Irland, Thomas de, 199, 203
-, Little, John, 16, 18, 21, 24, 31
-, Lyons, Richard, 327, 332
-, Mitford, John de, 173, 175, 185, 196, 197
-, Mordone, Simon de, 173, 175, 185, 196, 197
-, Notyngham, Richard de, 68, 69, 81, 83, 84, 87, 90, 115
-, Philipot, John, 297, 299
-, Piel, Pyel, John, 253, 258, 262, 298
-, Smelt, Richard, 34, 35, 39, 41, 42, 43, 53
-, Stable, Adam, 287, 289, 298
-, Stodeye, John de, 3, 5, 8, 11, 14
-, Todenham, Tudenham, William (de), 34, 36, 40, 42, 43, 53
-, Tolosan, John, 30
-, Tornegold, John, 220, 227
-, Walworth, William, 265, 273, 277, 281, 287
-, Welde, William (de), 16, 18, 21, 25, 31
-, Wodehous, William, 327, 332
-, Wymondham, Adam (de), 232, 236

Sheriffs of London, to receive a portion of the custom paid by merchants of the Hanse on woad, 67; election of, 68, 199, 232, 253, 265, 287, 297–8, 311, 326; ordinances touching their duties, fees, &c., 72–5; not to let the gaol of Neugate to ferm, 74; not to let the county of Middlesex to ferm, id.; grievances against, to be referred to the Mayor and Aldermen, 75; to bring in their rolls, 199; allowed water from the Conduit without payment, 223; none to attend election of, unless summoned, 265, bailiffs of, extortions by, 326; their clerks to be sworn at the Guildhall, id.

Sheriffs' Courts, proceedings to be observed in actions for recovery of debts in, 73; no pleader, attorney, or essoiner to plead within the bar of, 74; appeal in error from, to the Husting, 84n.

Sheriffs' Inquests, scriveners, barbers, and others discharged from serving on, 88

Sherman, Richard, 51

Sherne, John, 125

Shethere, Bernard, 239

Shipdene (Shipdham, co. Norfolk), advowson to church of, 273

Shiptone, Elias, 244

Shirbourne, Johanna, 315
-, — Richard, 244
-, — Thomas, 244
-, — William de, 10, 61, 76
-, See also Sherebourne.

Shlyngford, Geoffrey, 259

Shobury, Thomas de, 158
-, — — Juliana, wife of, 158

Sholdham, Reginald de, 75

Shoppe, Thomas, 163

Shropshyre, Salopia, Richard de, 158, 223, 257, 279

Shrouesbury, John, 245
-, — William, 243

Siende, Edward. See Sende.

Silkestone, Laurence de, 60, 307

Sket, Scket, Henry, 201, 249
-, — — Amy, daughter of, 201, 249
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of Elias Leke, 201, 249
-, — Richard, 160

Skinners, to make their furs according to the terms of their charter, 149; contribute towards a gift to the King, 172; not to cut off the heads of "werk," 197n.
-, — mistery of, brokers appointed, 7, 45, 90; ordinances of, 197; names of those fined for disobeying the same, 200; names of those appointed to govern the, 275

Skylman, John, 244

Skynnere, Laurence, 145
-, — Osberne le, 176
-, — Robert, 133
-, — Simon le, 111

Skyppere, Laurence, 115

Slak, Thomas, 107

Sley, Thomas, 160

Smelt, Richard, 34, 35, 39, 41, 42, 43, 48, 53, 54, 55, 58, 71, 106, 113, 132
-, — Richard, 124
-, — — Margery, wife of, 124, 125

Smithfield, Hugh Avenelle, Bailiff of, 296
-, — "coursours" and drovers of, petition of, 296; a charge to be made on sales of beasts to be devoted to cleansing, id.

Smiths, mistery of, surveyors sworn, 174; articles of, 291; masters sworn, id.

Smothe, John, 200

Smythe, Andrew, 259
-, — Bartholomew, 172
-, — Edward, 82
-, — Henry, 82
-, — John, 118
-, — John, de Wodhulle, 259
-, — Robert, 82
-, — Roger, 82
-, — Thomas, 82
-, — Walter, 82
-, — William, 82

Somer, William, 239

Someresham, Somersham, John (de), 53, 60, 276
-, — — Alice, wife of, 53
-, — Walter de, 96

Somersete, Robert (de), 83, 86, 162, 281, 333

Somertone, John (de), 59, 76, 125, 253, 272
-, — John de, Chamberlain of the church of St. Peter, Westminster, 151

Somerville, Robert, 244

Someryngham, John de, 2

Sopereslane, 42, 137
-, — grocers, pepperers, and apothecaries of, 204

Sothel, Richard, 49

Sotherne, called "Holbeche," Hugh. See Sutherne.

Southame, John, 276, 289, 306

Southampton, 25, 311

Southous, Walter, 252, 273

Southwark, the ferm of, 13, 63, 109; bailiwick of, let to ferm, 275; the Coroner to distrain the Mayor, &c., to answer matters touching, 299; presentment thereon, 300
-, See also "Suthwerk barre."

"Southwokyndon" (South Okendon, co. Essex), 236

Sowy, John, 34

Spain, wine of, not to lie in the same cellar as wine of Gascony, 138; not to he in the same cellar as Rhenish, 272

Spaldynge, John, 248
-, — — John, son of, 248
-, — Robert, 172, 208
-, — William de, 9, 32

Spaldyngmore, co. York, 87

Spanish wax shipped from Flanders, 75. See also Lisbon.

Sparke, Richard, 70
-, — William, 13, 184, 333

Sparwe, Simon, 126

Spaygne, John de, 90

Speke, Guy, 144

Spencer, Spenser, Gilbert, 160
-, — Margaret, 264
-, — Richard, 283
-, — Robert, 219, 253

Spencer, otherwise Fourneux, William, 183, 184
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 183, 184

Spere, Roger, 245

Sperlyng, Ralph, 30

Sperwe, Jordan, 244

"Spicedysshe," 122

Spicer, John le, de Cornhulle, 21
-, — Simon, 172

"Spilemanesmelne," at Stratford, 27

Sporier, Nicholas (le), 3, 9, 49, 59, 121

Sporiers, mistery of, 171, 207

Sporle, Sporlee, William, 119, 215, 254
-, — — Alice, wife of, daughter of Simon Bakere, afterwards wife of John Waket, 119, 215, 254

Spraye, Thomas, 60

Sprot, Adam, 147, 148, 229
-, — Hugh, 287, 331
-, — Richard, 287

"Spiuce," falcons bought at, 90

Spurriers. See Sporiers.

Spyndeler, John, 243

Spynk, William, 172

Spynola, Francisco de, 5, 41, 42

"Spytele barre," le, opposite the Hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate, 329

Squyer, John, 253

Stable, Adam, 156, 158, 175, 201, 247, 273, 276, 289, 291, 292, 293, 298, 306, 313, 316, 321, 324, 327
-, — — elected Sheriff, 287
-, — — elected Alderman of Coleman Street Ward, 291
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 313
-, — John, 43, 45, 60, 156
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 156
-, — — Thomas, son of, 156
-, — Richard, 292

Stachysdene, William de, 185

Stacy, Henry, 159

Stafford, Ralph, Earl of, 108

Stafford, John, 64

Stalworth, Robert de, 98

Stamenden, William, 262

Stanes, Thomas de, 107

Stanford, Richard de, 6, 14, 59
-, — Stephen de, 54, 59, 218
-, — — Elizabeth, daughter of, 218

Stanford Ryvers, co. Essex, manor of, 108

Stanhard, Stephen, 125

Stanhope, John de, 26

Stanlak, Bartholomew de, 144, 145

Stantone, Hugh de, 200
-, — — Cecilia, wife of, widow of John de Sexlyngham, and formerly wife of John le Chaundeler, 200–1

Stanynglane, a garden near, let to Sir John de Neville, 328

Stapelgate, Edmund de, 75, 76

Stapil, William, 258

Staple, to be held in certain towns in England, Wales, and Ireland, 8, 16, 20; at Westminster, John Wrothe, Mayor of the, 16; no wool to be sold within three miles of a, 25–6; wool not to be sold except at, 44, 87–8; at Calais, abolished, 248; at Westminster, 301

Staple, Adam, 273. See also Stable.

Starkolf, Thomas, 60

Statute of Acton Burnel, 67

— of Herrings, 92

— of Labourers, 115; fines paid for non-observance of, 115–8

— of Præmunire, 17

— of Provisors, 17n., 278

— of Staples (1353), 16, 20

— of Westminster, 45 Edward III. [A.D. 1371], 285n.

— of York, 14, 15, 52, 185n., 206

Staundone, Stauntone, Thomas de, 8, 145n, 146, 238

Stauuerne (Stannerne ?), Henry, 227

Stenby, Peter, 274

Sterre, John, 60
-, — Peter, 146
-, — William, 165

"Sterre on the hoope," tenement called, in parish of All Hallows, Bread Street, 217

Stevenache (Stevenage, co. Herts), in the diocese of Lincoln, Robert Atte Brome, Rector of, 101

Stigenheye, William, 244

"Stikelyngs," a fresh-water fish, 139

Stirtupp, Nicholas, 106

Stockfishmongers appoint a measurer of eels, 319

Stocks, the, butchers of, their dispute with the fishmongers, 127–8; to sell their meat at prices prescribed, 139; surveyors sworn, 174, 208; benches and stalls of, claimed by the Parson of St. Mary Woolchurch, 194
-, See also Stokkes.

Stodeye, John (de), 3, 5, 11, 13, 14, 16, 20, 23, 47, 53, 58, 68, 71, 82, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 107, 110, 113, 115, 118, 119, 121, 128, 132, 136, 146, 190, 191, 193, 203, 211, 213, 216, 222, 232, 240, 241, 245, 251, 254, 255, 262, 267, 273, 275, 281, 286, 287, 298, 299, 319, 320, 327, 330

Stodeye, William de, 79, 276, 286, 308, 310

Stoggon, Robert, 273

Stokbury, William de, 75, 76

Stoke, Stokes, Hugh de, 106
-, — John, 292
-, — Richard (de), 61, 162, 189, 201
-, — William de, 293

Stokesby, William, 268

Stoket, William, 89, 116, 160, 171, 184, 250, 256, 284

"Stokkes," the, 264
-, See also Stocks.

Stokyngberi, Stokyngbury, John de, 147, 154, 190, 191

Stone Cross, the, in Chepe, 269

Stonham, Richard de, 207, 275

Stonhard, Richard, 118

Stonore, John de, 9, 10

"Stoples," le, in Southwark, 300

Stoppeslee (co. Beds), 134

Storme, Nicholas 61

Storteford, Richard de, 112

Stoundone, Thomas de, 312

Stradele, John, 238

Strangers not to keep hostel, 303.
-, See also Foreigners, Merchant Strangers.

Stratford, mills at, 27; corn and flour brought into the City from, 81

Stratford, Robert de, 60, 76, 93

Strattone, John, 252

Straunge, Roger, 241

Streets to be cleaned, 75, 92, 145, 271

Strengere, Richard, 293

Strete, William, 296

Streyt, Roger, 253

"Strocci," Society of the, at Florence, 166

Strode, John, 315
-, — Ralph, 201, 217, 249
-, — — elected Common Pleader, 317

Strokelady, William, 59, 221, 222, 304

Strokelenedy (Strokelevedy ?), William, 97

Sturdy, Richard, 191, 200

Styward, John, 35, 163

Summoner to the King and the Abp. of Canterbury, office of, 183

Sunnyng, William (de), 56, 57, 58, 118, 172
-, — — Alice, wife of, daughter of John (le) Leche, 58

Sunnynge (Sonning), co. Oxford, parish of, 50

Surgeons, Master, admitted to practise, 236

Sutherne, Sotherne, &c., Hugh, called "Holbeche," 235, 236, 239
-, — — Matilda, wife of, formerly wife of William de Holbeche, 235, 236

Suthfolk, Adam de, 238

"Suthwerk barre," bequest for repair of highway from Rochester to, 191

Suthwyk, writs dated from, 45, 46

Suttone, Geoffrey de, 160
-, — Henry de, appointed deputy coroner, 118
-, — John, 82, 258
-, — Robert, 244
-, — Roger de, 77
-, — Thomas de, 6, 14, 16, 59, 161

Suwet, Richard, 258
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 258

Swafham, Thomas de, 133, 162, 175, 215

Swalclyve, Swalclif, John de, 107, 108, 134
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 134
-, — — Alice, wife of, widow of William de Wandlesworth, 107
-, — William, 168

Swanbourne, Henry, 258

Swanlond, Thomas de, 77, 78

Swantone, John, 293

Swath, Henry, 314

Sword-smiths to put private marks on their work, 194

Swynesheved, William, 90

Swyntone, Roger, 264

Symond, John, 57

Syward, John, 9, 59, 219
-, — — Alice, wife of, 219
-, — — William, brother of, 219
-, — Richard, 4, 59, 106
-, — Roger, 219
-, — — Thomas, son of, 219

T

Tabbard, Henry, 116, 117, 118

Taillour, Taylour, John, 276
-, — William, 206

Tailors and Linen-armourers, mistery of, charter of Edward III. to the, 161; mode of admission to the freedom of the City through the mistery, 162; contribute towards a gift to the King, 172; petition against nonfreemen exercising the craft, 278; certain ordinances approved, id.

"Talairadus." See Talleyrand.

Talewardyn, Thomas, 135
-, — — William, chaplain of, 135

Taleworth, William, 304

Talleyrand, Bishop of Albano, 70, 71

Tallow, the price of, regulated, 144.
-, See also "Moltetalaugh," "Roughtalwh."

"Talwode," 149, 150. See also "Buche Talwode."

Tame, Thame, James de, 130, 135, 139, 140, 156, 169, 170, 174
-, — John de, 60, 76, 93, 111
-, — Philip de, Prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 31
-, — Richard de, 59
-, — Robert de, 11, 171; his name to be removed from the tablet of offenders in the Guildhall, 23
-, — Thomas de, 45

Tamworth, Nicholas, 160

Tangemer, Richard de, 106

Tank, William, 108, 329

Tannere, John, 314

Tanners, without Neugate, 171; without Crepelgate, 172
-, — foreign, to use the seld in Friday Street belonging to Adam Lovekyn, 260

Tapestry, false, to be burnt, 321

Tapicers, mistery of, surveyors or masters elected, 192, 200, 222, 268, 287, 327; ordinances of, 268

Tarent, William, 287

Taverner, Robert, 59
-, — Sampson, 217

Taverners, not to mix new wine with old, 1; not to keep open house after curfew, 3, 271; to let customers see whence their wine is drawn, 4; not to mix bad wine with good, 33; to sell their wine openly, &c., 34–5

Taverns for sale of sweet wines in the City restricted in number, 192–3

Tawyers, ordinances touching, 197; not to cut off the heads of "werk," 197n.

Tedys, William, of Florence, 314

Temple. See New Temple.

Temple Bar, 31, 325

"Templebrigge," 322, 325

Temple Church, 325

"Templegate," 322

Tenants for life, ordinance restricting power of alienation by, 190

Tenants in tail, ordinance restricting power of alienation by, 190

Tenter ground, parish of St. Martin Orgar, 133

Ternyvel (Tervynel ?), John, Master of the mint of Flanders and Amiens, 248

Terry, John, 158, 227
-, — — Henry, son of, 158, 159
-, — — John, son of, 158, 159
-, — — Margery, daughter of, wife of Richard Fryday, 227
-, — Robert, 244

Teutonics, the, Hall of, 254

Thaksted, William, 261
-, — — Cristina, wife of, daughter of John Ippegrave, 261, 262

Thame. See Tame.

Thames, the river, its banks to be cleansed, 92; rushes, dung, &c., not to be cast into, 297, 300; a toll taken from boats in, to be devoted to cleansing quays, &c., 306

Thames Street, 166

Thanet, the Foreland of, 264

"Thewe," le, punishment of, 175, 216, 297, 306

Thomas the Scrivener in Friday Street, 172

Thomer, William, 189, 260, 331

Thoresby, John, Archbishop of York, 5
-, — Thomas de, 14

Thorney Thomas (de), 145, 158, 191, 204, 252, 264
-, — William de, 129, 136, 145, 158, 225, 228
-, — — John, son of, 129, 136, 145, 158, 225, 228

Thornton, co. Bucks, 137

Thorntone, John de, 334
-, — Thomas, 117

Thorpe, Elias de, 270, 273, 275, 285
-, — John de, 244
-, — Robert de, 45, 145, 156, 181, 186, 203, 255, 269
-, — William de, 49

Thurkeld, Thurkyld, John, 4, 207, 332, 333

Thyndone, William de, 151

Tilers, ordinances regulating wages of, 138

Tiles, the price of, not to be raised on account of a recent tempest, 138

Tiscote, Richard de, 158

Tittleshall. See Tythleshale.

Todenham, Tudenham, John de, 60
-, — William (de), 3, 13, 19, 23, 24, 26, 32, 34, 36, 40, 42, 43, 51, 53, 58, 68, 71, 106, 113, 132, 135, 156, 170, 174, 196, 203, 213, 220, 245, 251, 254, 276

Todyngworth, Thomas, 107

"Toille," 209

Toky, Richard, 93, 97, 257, 261

Toky, Richard, elected M.P. for the City, 94

Tolosan, John, 30

Tonewelle, Touewelle John, 60, 208, 235

Tonge, William, 304

Toote, John, 193

Toppesfeld, John (de), 59, 60, 283

Toppesham, Richard, 200

Torkeseye, Matthew de, Rector of Great Chesterford (co. Essex), 76

Tornegold, Torgold, John (de), 107, 190, 203, 213, 220, 222, 227, 232, 240, 241, 245, 248, 251, 254, 262, 267, 275, 276, 281, 299, 308, 310, 316, 320, 324, 327
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 140, 155, 241, 275

Torold, "Peres," 200
-, — Roger, 53

Totenhale, John, 253

Totenham, John de, 158, 223

Totesworth, Roger, 106

Tournaments forbidden, 7

Tournay, John de, the elder, 30
-, — William, 174

Tower, the, lay-stalls near, to be removed, 242
-, — Constable of, not to take prisage of victuals coming to the City, 127, 207, 239
-, — King's Exchange at, 326

Tower ditch, to be cleansed, 27

Tower Hill, accumulation of rubbish on, to be removed, 291–2

Tower Street, 80

Tower Ward, 115, 308, 309

Town Clerks. See Common Clerks.

Tracys, co. Essex, manor of, 108

Transhale, Henry, 90

"Traventers" (those letting out carts on hire), 149

Travers, Thomas, Knt., 273

Treuthenek, Michael, 217, 252

Treweman, William, 332

Trippelowe, William, 283
-, — — Alice, wife of, 283

"Trubidiane," a sweet wine, 319

Trygge, Trigge, John, 306, 315

Tryple, Triple, John de, 62, 80, 222

Tudenham. See Todenham.

Tun, the, on Cornhill, the bell there hung to be rung at sunset, 248

Tunnage, custom of, 302n., 305

Tunwell, John de, 112

Turk, Andrew, 70, 137, 146, 227, 229
-, — John, 218
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 218
-, — — Margery, wife of, 218
-, — — Simon, son of, 218
-, — — William, son of, 218

Turk, Richard, 57, 61
-, — Richard, senior, 217
-, — Robert, 170, 192
-, — Walter, 50
-, — William, 191

Turri, Nicholas de, 93

Twyford, John, 299
-, — Nicholas, 166, 276

Tybourne, grant of land for the purpose of a fountain-head for the conduit at, 210

Tykhulle, Thomas de, 49, 50

Tyleire, John le, 116

Tyllere, Richard, 189
-, — William le, de Holebourne, 117

Tylneye, John, 162

Tyngewyk, William de, 229, 253
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 229
-, — — Nicholas, son of, 229
-, — — Robert, son of, 229

Tythleshale (Tittleshall, co. Norf.), Roger de Wortham, Rector of, 42

Tythynglomb, William de, 45

U

"Ufflete" (Useflete ?), Thomas de, Dean of St. Martin le Grand, 42

Ufford, John de, Archbishop Elect of Canterbury, 30

Ughwayn. See Iweyn.

Undewode, William, 208

Upholders, surveyor of the mistery elected, 126

Uptone, Thomas de, 60, 134
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 134
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 134
-, — — Thomas, son of, 134
-, — William (de), 252, 331

Urban V., Pope, letter from the Mayor and Commonalty to, 177

Useflete. See Ufflete.

Usk, David, 171, 240

Usshere, John, 119
-, — — John, son of, 119

Usury, proceedings for putting down, 160–1, 162–3, 267

Utlecote, Utlicote. See Outlecote.

Uweyn. See Iweyn.

V

Vache, Richard de la, 207

Valenciens, John de, 98

Van, Peter, 172

Van Anegar, Henry, 251

"Van atte Noue," John, 255

Van Belle, Giles, 175

Van Broke, Peter, 317

Van Brugge, Gerard, 214, 270
-, — William, 214

Van Dayser, William, 270

Vanderheth, Gerard, 204

Van Derlft, Laurence, 251

"Vanenergam," "Van Everegame," John, 104, 251

Van Everyngham, or Heveryngham, John, 235, 290

Van Eys, Walter, 329

Vanhale, Bartholomew, 90

Van Karlewyk, William, 175

Van Naker, James, 250

Vannere, Henry le, 11
-, — Thomas, 59, 204, 222

Van Spycer, Peter, 82
-, — — Hawisia, wife of, afterwards wife of William Alborn, 82

Vanthebrok, Peter, 131

"Van the Necke," Van Necke, Henry, 255, 302

"Van the venere," Katherine, 216

Vechman, Reginald, 317

Venour, William, 304, 314
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 298

"Vermayle," "Vernaille," a wine, 124, 138, 301

Vernaccia, wine of, or "Vernage," 41, 102, 137, 149, 199

Vernoun, Andrew, 59

"Verrers," ordinances of the, 187–8

Victuals, not to be exported except to Bordeaux and Calais, 82; not to be forestalled, 149, 271; price to be paid for various kinds of, 150; not to be concealed by victuallers, 151; not to be sold privately, but in open market, 198; from the East, to be discharged at Botolph's Quay, 225; price of, not to be enhanced, 278, 295

Viel, John, 30

Vincent, Vyncent, Richard, 26
-, — Sir Richard, Rector of Church of St. Benedict de Shorhog, 146, 217

Vintners, not to mix new wine with old 1; to sell their wine openly, &c., 34–5; of England, allowed to deal in cloth, notwithstanding the statute, 169; of Gascony, allowed to buy cloth and fish for exportation so far as to keep their money in the country, id.; contribute towards a gift to the King, 172; foreign, to be allowed to sell wines wholesale to lords for their own use, 177; desire that surveyors of wine may be upheld in their duties, 182–3; to set the price of wine, 208, 222

Vintners, mistery of, ordinances, 259; masters elected, 268

Vintry, brokers of the mistery of, 240

Visors, not to be worn, 274, 303
-, See also Masks.

Voudenay, Thomas de, Knt., of the Duchy of Burgundy, made prisoner at Poitiers, 81

Vunkyn, John, 175

Vygerous, John, 176

Vyne, John, 316

Vyolet, Wyolet, William, 157, 175, 235, 270, 302

Vyvyan, Vyvyen, Peter, 184
-, — — Margery, wife of, 184
-, — Thomas, 83, 86

W

Wacher, John, 30

Waddesworth, Wadesworthe, Johanna de, 236
-, — William, 316

Wade, John, 234

Wages, excessive, forbidden by statute, 37

Wakeleyn, Benedict, 253

Waket, John, 215, 254
-, — — Alice, wife of, widow of William Sporle, 215, 254

Walbrook, the water-course of, leased for a term, 324

Walclin (Walcliv?), John, 333

Walcote, Walkot, John, 234, 257, 283, 326, 331

Walde, co. Leices., 87

Walden, Waldene, John, 206
-, — Thomas de, 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 18, 19, 21, 22, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 43, 45, 53, 56, 58, 63, 69, 79, 82, 83, 85, 91, 95, 96, 99, 102, 105, 106, 108, 109, 110, 121, 129
-, — Walter, 287, 303

Waldeshef, John, 192

Wale, John, merchant of Almaine, 320
-, — Matthew de, 182

Waleworth, Walworth, John, 331
-, — William, 162, 201, 241, 245, 251, 254, 256, 262, 263, 266, 267, 273, 275, 276, 277, 281, 287, 289, 299, 308, 310, 314, 316, 321, 324, 327, 329, 333
-, — — elected Alderman of Bridge Ward, 234
-, — — elected Sheriff, 265

Waleworth, Walworth, William, elected Mayor, 327

Waleys, Augustine, 101
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 101
-, — William, 163, 207
-, — William, junior, 157, 158
-, See also Galeys.

Walkefare, Sir Thomas de, 25

Walkelate, William, 14

Walkelyn, Benedict de, 14

Walkerne, John de, 55
-, — Roger, de Shenelee, 261

Waller, John, 244

Walpole, Walpol, Geoffrey, 332
-, — Richard, 54
-, — William, 172

Walsshe, Hugh (le), 162, 235
-, — Nicholas de, 117

Walsyngham, Nicholas de, 118

Waltham, Hugh de, 293
-, — John de, 22, 62, 111
-, — — Cristina, wife of, 22
-, — Richard de, 37
-, — Robert de, 50
-, — Roger de, 192

Walworth. See Waleworth.

Walyngford, writ dated from, 296

Wandlesworth, William de, 54–5, 61, 107, 134
-, — — Alice, wife of, afterwards wife of John de Swalclyve, 107
-, — — John, son of, 134

Wandone (Waudone?), John, 162
-, See also Waudene.

Wangeford, William, 252

Wantilburgh, John, 153

Wappelode John, 244

Ward assessments, in aid of the war, 59–62, 242–3, 251; for presents to the Prince of Wales, &c., 275–6; particulars of arrears due for the same, 331; for £1,000 granted to the King, 282; to raise the City's quota of £50,000 granted to the King by Parliament, 284–5; of a fifteenth, 328–9

Warde, John, 153, 201, 204, 251, 254, 260, 262, 263, 264, 267, 275, 281, 287, 298, 299, 313, 316, 327
-, — — elected Alderman of Ald gate Ward, 237
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 313
-, — Sir John, 238, 239
-, — — "Alesia," daughter of, wife of Nicholas Reynham, 238, 239
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 238
-, — Richard, 117, 118

Wards, the, to be put in array, 113; Watch in the City to be kept by, as prescribed, 213–14

Ware, bequest for repair of highway from Bishopsgate to, 191

Ware, Henry (de), 60, 172, 244, 276
-, — Hugh de, 97, 134, 221
-, — (Sir) John de, 100, 116, 131
-, — Simon de, 243
-, — Thomas de, 176, 200

"Warechaumbre," chamber called, 137

Warender, John, 53, 60, 97

Waresoun, Warysoun, Peter, 110, 126

Warmer, Adam, 232
-, — Hugh, 244

Warrewyk, Robert de, 230

Waryn, William, 2

"Wastel" bread, 226n.

Wastel, Wastelle, John, 259
-, — William, 111

Watch and Ward, precept for keeping, 213–14; to be kept by certain livery companies between the Tower and Billingsgate, 264

"Water bouget," 206n.

Watergate of Castle Baynard, 125

Waterlake, Walter, 107

Watling Street, 218

Watlyngton, John, 202
-, — — elected Common Crier, 265

Wattes, William, 244

Waudene (Wandene?), John, 253.
-, See also Wandone.

Waut, Wartt, John, 178

Wax, of Spain, 75; of Lisbon, 209

Wax chandlers, condemn a torch as falsely made, 92; ordinances touching mistery of, 128, 289; contribute towards a gift to the King, 172; surveyors sworn, 289

Wayte, Whaite, Adam (le), 55, 58

Weavers, ordinances for checking malpractices of dyers and, 140
-, — mistery of, names of those sworn to govern the, 2, 15–16, 48, 104, 157, 175, 184, 204–5, 214, 223, 235, 255, 270, 290, 302, 317, 329; the same to make fine for any offence, 120; foreign clothworkers need not become members of, 130; to control the craft, 173, 194

Weavers of Brabant, names of those sworn to govern the mistery, 157, 175, 204, 214, 235, 255, 270, 290, 302, 317; their hired servants to meet in the churchyard of St. Mary Somerset, 265

Weavers of Flanders, bailiffs of, sworn, 16, 157, 175, 204, 214, 235, 255, 270, 290, 302, 317; ordinances of, 208; their hired servants to meet in the churchyard of St. Laurence, Pountney, 265

Weavers, foreign, governors sworn, 2, 48, 104, 146; their ordinances, 130

Webbe, Geoffrey le, 11
-, — William, 208

Weights and Measures, ordinances touching, 115; fines paid for non-observance of the same, 115–18; to be sealed with the seal of the Guildhall, 138; the Guildhall weight of 15 oz to the pound, 300

Welde, John, 130
-, — William (de) (atte), 3, 7, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 31, 32, 35, 40, 51, 56, 58, 60, 68, 71–2, 76, 79, 82, 85, 88, 94, 95, 105, 106, 108, 131, 132, 156, 174, 190, 202, 203, 211, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 232, 236, 240, 241, 251, 254, 260, 262, 267, 275, 281, 287, 289, 291
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 94

Welford, Thomas de, 60, 88, 91, 230, 304, 331
-, — — Elizabeth, daughter of, 230
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 230
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 230
-, — — John, son of, 230

"Wellewarf" (Wool-wharf?), 149

Weltone, John de, 259
-, — Ralph de, 64

Welwyk, John de, 25

Wendelyngburgh, Gilbert de, 77, 78

Wendovre, John de, 59

Wenduyt, John, 166
-, — — Robert, brother of, 166

Wenge, John, 176

Wenlok, Roger, 60

Wentebrigge, John de, 199, 229, 230

Were, Henry, 2

"Werk," the heads of, not to be cut off by skinners or tawyers, 197n.

Wermenstre, William, 160

Wermyngtone, John de, 107

Wesenham, John de, the Great Crown pledged to, 77

West, John, 333
-, — Robert, 244
-, — William, 91, 145, 172
-, — — Alice, wife of, daughter of John atte Berne, 91
-, — William, 287
-, — — Isabella (wife of ?), 287
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 287
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 287
-, — — John, son of, 287
-, — — William, son of, 287

Westchepe, 70

West Ham, "Sayenesmelne" in parish of, 27

Westmelne, Westmulle, Robert (de), 152, 153, 154
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 152
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, wife of John Mangel, 152
-, — — Richard, son of, 152, 153
-, — — Robert, son of, 152
-, — — Thomas, son of, 152, 153, 154

Westmerland, David de, 21

Westminster, Simon Langham, Abbot of, 129
-, — palace of, workmen who had unlawfully abandoned work on the, not to be employed, 12
-, — Staple at, 16, 301
-, — Statutes of, 35 Edward III., 127

Westminster, John, 241
-, — Walter, 332, 333

Westminster Fair, merchants attending, taken under the King's protection, 170

Westone, Elias de, 208, 275
-, — John de, 117, 201
-, — Laurence de, 205, 290, 324
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 324
-, — Richard, 293
-, — — Katherine, wife of, 293
-, — Walter de, 116
-, — William, 275

Wethiresfeld, Nicholas, 276

Weyhous, la, near Aldgate, 103–4

Weymouth, John (de), 283
-, — John, "Marshal," 279

Whaite. See Wayte.

Whappelode, Peter, 252

Whetele, Weteley, William (de), 14, 136, 253, 331

Whetstone, a token of a liar, 176–7, 283

Whitchurche, Thomas, 60, 220, 260

Whitouer, John, de Dunstaple, 175

Whitynge, Robert, 293
-, — — Lucy, wife of, 293

Whylteshire, Thomas, 228

Whyte, John, 117
-, — Robert, 61

Whytheved, William, de Westone, 201
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 201

Whyttesle, Thomas de, 165

Wicchirche, Thomas. See Whitchurche.

Wiggemor, Johanna of, co. "Hertford," 70

Wilford, Gervase de, 41, 42, 45, 52, 80, 81, 110

Willardby, John, 162

Wille, Henry, 288

Willesdone, Willisdone, Richard, 331
-, — William, 253

William, John, 208, 241
-, — John, of Wantynge, 236
-, — Thomas, 313

Willoughby, Wylughby, Edmund, 118
-, — Richard de, 45, 50, 279

Wills, freeholds in the City devised by, like chattels, 88; first proved before the ordinary and afterwards in the Husting, id.

Willys, Gregory, 288

Wilton, charters to the burgesses of, 47–8

Wiltone, John, 248

Winchelsea, Wynchelse, burgesses of, 25; port of, 297

Winchester, 25; the Statute of, 113

Windsor Castle, writ dated from, 182

Windsor Chapel, Wardens, Canons, &c., of, to be quit of toll, 33

Wine, new, not to be mixed with old, 1; not to be sold before it has been gauged, 2, 104, 215, 224, 277; charters touching the gauging of, 56; free trade in, encouraged, 4; regulations for sale of, 4, 33, 34–5, 77, 102, 129–30, 137, 138, 145, 149, 226, 240, 255, 260, 272, 301, 311; red and white, not to be kept in the same tavern without special licence, 5; convoy for wine fleet to Gascony, 14; a return to be made of all wine seized as being sold at an unlawful price, 41; return made, 42; of Gascony, to be imported only to England, 52; a fine of a cask of, for using opprobrious words to the Mayor, 53–4; to be discharged at quays, and not secretly removed, 156; foreign vintners to be allowed to sell, according to ordinance, 177; sellers of unwholesome, punished, 178; surveyors of the sale of the same to be upheld in their duties, 178, 182–3; the price to be fixed by Vintners, 208; subsidy of 2s. on every cask of, 289; not to be exported, 294, 316; a sum of 2s. on every tun of wine from Gascony to be levied to pay cost of safe conduct, 306; a present of, made to the City for services rendered by its barge, "The Poule," 330, 333

Wine–drawers, sworn, 241; ordinances of, 242

Wine-gaugers
-, Coloigne, John de, 5
-, Dony, John, 277

Wine-measures to be sealed, 4, 124

Wines, sweet, to be sold in sealed measures, 124; profit arising from sale of, to be devoted to repair and cleansing of walls, ditches, &c., 193; three taverns assigned for sale of, 192–3, 199; the price of, to be prescribed by the Mayor, 193, 318–19; sale of, forbidden, 202–3; scrutineers of, appointed, 204; two Aldermen and two Commoners to prosecute touching sale of, 205; monopoly of, granted by the King to John Pecche, 318; the City to uphold him in his monopoly, 320

Wirdrawer, Walter, 60

Wirhale, John (de), 61, 76, 133, 248

Wirlyngworth, Thomas de, 261

Witle, John, 333

Wittele, Nicholas, 243

Woad, measurer of, appointed by Dyers, 7; apportionment of the tax paid by merchants of the Hanse on, 67

Wockyngge, Wokkyngge, Geoffrey, 97, 160

Wodeford, Thomas, 107

Wodegate, John (de), 60, 172
-, — John, 325
-, — — Margaret (Marion?), wife of, 325

Wodehalle, William de, 53
-, — — Isabella, wife of, 53

Wodehous, Wodhous, William (de), 176, 200, 228, 252, 276, 304, 319, 327, 330, 332

"Wodhawe," parish of St. Clement, smelting operations by plumbers at, cause a nuisance, 283–4

Wolnore, Sir David, 104

Woltertone, Roger de, 273

Woodstock, letters patent, &c., dated from, 14, 112; the King's manor of, 319

Woodstock, Thomas of, son of Edward III., Warden of England, 49, 112, 113, 114, 115, 119

Wool, not to be sold except at the Staple, 44; Henry Wymond to show cause why he had not paid custom on, 45; the price of, regulated for different counties, 87; to be freely exported up to a certain date, 89; extension of time allowed for exportation of, 97; custom on, pledged to the City as security for a loan, 263, 264, 276; the King's customers for, 266, 276, 277, 281–2; no impost to be made on, without assent of Parliament, 285n.

Worcester, burgesses of, letter of procuration by, 25

Wormegay, William, 106

Worstede, John (de), 60, 156, 161, 267, 270
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 205
-, — — Simon, son of, 270
-, — Richard de, 43, 60
-, — Simon de, 3, 6, 11, 13, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 32, 40, 51, 53, 58, 68, 72, 81, 85, 91, 105, 106, 108, 113, 132, 156, 174, 190, 203, 218
-, — — Alice, wife of, 218

Wortham, Roger de, Rector of Tythleshale (Tittleshall, co. Norf), 42

Woubourne, John (de), 30, 160

Woxebrigge, Roger de, 54

Writele, William de, 1

Writle, John, 59

Wrong, Thomas, 244

Wroth, John, 9, 21, 38, 55, 106, 113, 121, 122, 125, 127, 128, 129, 130, 132, 134, 139, 205, 222, 241, 245, 269, 276, 298, 316, 325, 327
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 205, 222, 298

Wrotham, Richard de, 59, 214

Wroxham, Adam de, 137

Wryghte, Agnes, de Borham, 257
-, — — John, son of, 256, 257

Wyartone, Alexander de, 116, 117

Wyche, Geoffrey de, Knt., 272

Wychyngham, Hugh de, 130
-, — James de, 134
-, — John de, 43

Wycombe, bequest for repair of highway between Newgate and, 191

Wycombe, John de, 122, 134
-, — — John, son of, 122
-, — Richard de, 122, 227
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 122
-, — — John, brother of, 122
-, — — Petronilla, wife of, 122, 227
-, — Roger de, 117

Wygan, John de, 62, 63

Wykford, Master Robert de clerk, 221

Wykhale, John, 160

Wylby, Thomas, 228

Wylde, John, 308, 309
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 308, 309
-, — — Cristina, wife of, afterwards wife of William Dene, 309
-, — — John, son of, 308, 309
-, — — Nicholas, son of, 308, 309
-, — William, 117

Wyllesdone, Richard, 239
-, — William, 273

Wylughby. See Willoughby.

Wymond, Henry, 45

Wymondeswold, Richard de, 25
-, — William de, 111

Wymondham, Adam de, 18, 44, 216, 218, 229, 236, 304
-, — — elected Sheriff, 232; admitted and sworn, 233

Wympol (co. Cambr.), church of, advowson to, 207

Wynchecombe, Simon, 276

Wynchedone, Walter de, 3

Wynchestre, Robert (de), 240, 285
-, — Thomas de, 176

Wynd, John, 161

Wyndelesore, John de, Prior of Elsing Spital, 16

Wyndesore, Thomas de, 287

Wynter, Osbert, 157, 332
-, — — Henry, son of, 157
-, — — Thomas, son of, 157

Wyntermash, Arnald, merchant of Almania, 228

Wynthyngdone, Walter de, 20

Wyolet, William. See Vyolet.

Wyrcestre, Johanna, 269
-, — John de, 110, 131
-, — — William, son of, 110, 131
-, — William de, 49, 50
-, — William de, 134
-, — — William, son of, 134

Wyrhale, John (de), 89, 120, 129, 157, 200, 227

Wysebeche, Peter de, 273

Wytham, Thomas de, 208

Wythe, Thomas, 10
-, — — Alice, wife of, daughter of Geoffrey de Helpestone, 10

Wytteleye, Peter, 107

Wyttone, Robert de, 175, 215, 254

Y

Yakesle, John (de), 56, 76, 120
-, — John, senior, 109, 111
-, — John, junior, 109, 111
-, — Thomas de, 243, 246
-, — — Beatrix, wife of, 246

Yarmouth, burgesses of, letter of procuration by, 25

"Yeldehalle," Chamber of, 258

Yerdele, Henry (de), 171, 218, 235
-, — John de, 60, 76, 253

Ynde, Robert de, 241

Yonge, John (le), 90, 151, 204, 224
-, — Peter, 214, 290, 317
-, — Philip, 252
-, — Robert, 253
-, — William (le), 55, 109, 116

York, City of, its Serjeants may carry maces bearing the City's arms, 22; letter of attorney from, 25

York, Statute of, granting free trade to foreign merchants, 14–15, appeal against, 52, 185n., 206
-, — Archbishop of, to be allowed to carry his cross in the City of London, 5

York, Robert de, 126, 137
-, — William de, 243

Yungelyn, Hermann, 330

Yvory, Ivory, William, 174, 194

Yweyn. See Iweyn.

Z

Zakarie, Benedict, 309

Zakesle. See Yakesle.

Zouche, William "la," 267



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