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A - K

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Reginald R. Sharpe (editor)

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1904

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309-345

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'Index: A - K', Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: F: 1337-1352 (1904), pp. 309-345. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33553 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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Aas, Ralph, 275

Abberbury, Thomas de, 181

Abbeye Waltham, co. Essex, 270

Abbot, John, 293

Abel, John, 219

Abraham, William, 294

Abyndone, John de, 145, 151
-, - Nicholas de, the bailiwick of Southwark given to, 30; elected Common Serjeant Crier, 87
-, - Simon de, 283
-, - Stephen de, 283
-, - William de, 260

Acatour, John le, 176
-, - - John, son of, 176

Acherley, Acheley, Roger, 298, 299

Acres, Adam de, 160
-, - - elected Common Serjeant, 234

Acton Burnel, Statute of, 43, 111; the King's seal of recognizances under, 111

Actone, John de, 146, 152
-, - Nicholas de, Paison of Wistan stow, co. Salop, 169
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 169

Adami, John, 182

Addellane (Addle Street), 181

Admiral of the North, 118, 130; of the West, 118, 130

Adrian, Adryan, Geoffrey, 255
-, - John, 279, 280
-, - - junior, 281
-, - Walter, 30

Adyngton, Adyngtone, Nicholas de, 187
-, - Simon de, 205, 223, 224
-, - - Johanna, widow of, wife of Thomas de Neuport, 205, 223, 224
-, - - John, son of, 205, 223, 224

"Aketons," "haketons," 10, 33

Albon, John, 180
-, - Robert, 48
-, - William, 146, 150, 180, 185, 228

Aldenham, John de, 165
-, - Thomas, 272

Alderman, James le, 277

Aldermanberi, Simon de, 276

Aldermen:
-, Aleyn, John, 301
-, Ancroft, William, 272
-, Aubrey, &c., Andrew, 15, 31, 36, 40, 73, 81, 82, 91, 95, 112, 122, 123, 129, 132, 137, 139, 159, 165, 172, 189, 209, 231, 250, 251, 257, 258, 265, 304
-, Austyn, Thomas, 273
-, Aylesham, Ayllesham, John de, 79, 81, 85, 87, 92, 123, 132, 258, 259
-, Badby, William, 268
-, Baldry, Thomas, 301
-, Bamme, Adam, 271, 273
-, - Henry, 273
-, Baret, William, 273
-, Basingstoke, Basingestoke, &c., Richard de, 179, 265
-, Berkyng, Richard de, 2, 15, 18, 26, 30, 31, 35, 36, 39, 46, 51, 54, 81, 87, 89, 104, 122, 123, 137, 159, 172, 174, 179, 215, 250, 251, 257, 259, 264, 304
-, Bosham, John, 269
-, Bowyer, William, 302
-, Boxford, Robert, 269
-, Brabazon, Brabassoun, Adam, 154, 159, 174, 181, 187, 188, 205, 210, 215, 220, 245, 304
-, Bramptone, William, 273, 274
-, Brembre, Nicholas, 271
-, Brikelesworth, William de, 16, 30, 31, 33, 40, 42, 45, 51, 54, 81, 87, 137, 139, 143
-, Broke, Geoffrey, 274
-, Bury, Adam de, 223, 245
-, Bys, William, 271
-, Carletone, Thomas, 271
-, Caustone, John de, 2, 16, 37, 39, 40, 45, 46, 87, 104, 110, 112, 123, 132, 137, 139, 140, 154, 156, 159, 170, 174, 181, 253, 259, 264, 304
-, - William de, 31, 36, 40, 46, 63, 81, 87, 92, 113, 123, 139, 159, 181, 245, 250, 251, 253, 258, 259, 261, 306
-, Cavendysshe, Stephen de, 224
-, Chichele, Chychele, Robert, 274, 275

Aldermen:
-, Chichestre, John de, 216, 268
-, Conduit, Reginald de, 4, 18, 63, 159, 162, 165, 174
-, Cornwaleys, Thomas, 269, 272
-, Costantyn, Richard, 31, 36, 46, 62, 81, 91, 250, 251, 255
-, Crane, Nicholas, 17, 31, 40, 46, 189
-, Crowmere, William, 274
-, Crymelford, Geoffrey, 272
-, Darci, Darcy, Henry, 40, 46, 91, 96, 122, 123, 139, 159, 172, 174, 188
-, Depham, Roger de, 36, 39, 40, 45, 46, 50, 71, 76, 77, 80, 81, 87, 91, 96, 98, 110, 112, 115, 122, 123, 131, 132, 137, 139, 156, 157, 159, 165, 174, 188, 189, 195, 196, 199, 200, 201, 203, 204, 207, 209, 210, 211, 214, 215, 222, 223, 224, 225, 229, 230, 231, 235, 236, 239, 241, 243, 245, 246, 248, 249, 250, 251, 253, 254, 255, 257, 259, 261, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 304, 306
-, Deumars, Bartholomew, 86, 98, 123, 159, 223, 264, 304, 306
-, Dolsely, Dalsely, Dolsaly, Simon, 188, 189, 193, 205, 207, 209, 215, 223, 227, 268, 306
-, - Thomas, 268
-, Elys, Roger, 269, 270, 273
-, Estone, John, 268, 272
-, Fauconer, Thomas, 274, 275
-, Fitz Bartholomew, James, 276
-, Forman, William, 302
-, Forsham, Roger de, 30, 31, 36, 39, 46, 250, 253, 255
-, Fraunceys, Frauncers, Adam, 216, 247, 248
-, - Simon, 15, 33, 36, 39, 40, 46, 51, 57, 62, 122, 123, 132, 137, 139, 159, 165, 174, 189, 209, 215, 235, 245, 250, 253, 264, 304, 306
-, Fremelyngham, William, 274
-, Fresshe, John, 270
-, Frestelyng, Frestlynge, Bartholo mew, 238, 247, 268
-, Gloucestre, John de, 223, 245, 306
-, Grantham, John de, 2, 15, 36, 39, 45, 46, 50, 65, 81, 87, 189, 250, 251, 255
-, Haddele, Hadlee, John, 268, 274
-, Hakeneye, Richard de, 36, 46, 51, 203, 250, 251
-, Haldene, William de, 216, 224

Aldermen
-, Hamond, John, 2, 15, 30, 31, 33, 36, 38, 39, 45, 46, 50, 81, 87, 137, 139, 159, 165, 171, 174, 179, 189, 250, 251, 253, 254, 257, 259, 264, 265
-, Hende, John, 272, 273
-, Heylesdone, John, 269
-, Irland, Thomas, 270
-, Karlille, Adam, 270, 273
-, Kirketone, John, 268
-, Kyselyngbury, Kiselyngbery,
-, Richard de, 173, 187, 205
-, Knolles, Knollys, Thomas, 274, 275
-, Knyghtcote, William, 270
-, Kyng, William, 270
-, Lacer, Richard (le), 15, 16, 26, 28, 36, 37, 39, 46, 51, 80, 81, 87, 89, 92, 96, 122, 123, 132, 159, 185, 196, 200, 207, 215, 245, 248, 250, 251, 253, 254, 255, 258, 261, 264, 265, 266
-, Lamberd, Nicholas, 301
-, Leggy, Legy, Thomas, 96, 108, 109, 114, 122, 123, 127, 137, 139, 142, 165, 171, 174, 187, 215, 230, 245, 259, 306
-, Lenne, Ralph de, 225, 247
-, Lok, William, 303
-, Louthe, William, 275
-, Lovekyn, John, 170, 205, 209, 211, 215, 227, 245, 248
-, Lucas, Robert, 270
-, Mockyng, Mokkynge, John de, 26, 31, 37, 42, 75, 96, 112, 123, 174, 184, 251, 254
-, Mordone, Walter de, 92, 123, 136, 304
-, More, John, 271
-, - William, 272
-, Mytford, John, 216
-, Neel, Walter, 27, 30, 87, 92, 123, 139, 250, 257
-, Northall, Northhalle, John de, 36, 39, 40, 46, 51, 54, 60, 81, 92, 96, 107, 109, 122, 123, 139, 143, 177, 255
-, Nortone, Gregory de, 2, 17, 189
-, Olyver, Edmund, 270
-, Oxon', &c., John de, 36, 46, 250, 251, 255
-, Pagett, Robert, 302
-, Pecche, Peche, John, 205, 210, 248, 268
-, Pecok, Stephen, 301
-, Perle, Thomas, 215, 223, 306
-, Philipot, "Phelipot," John, 268, 271
-, Picard, Pycard, Henry, 205, 223, 235, 248, 249, 306

Aldermen:
-, Polle, Thomas, 275
-, Pontefract, Pomfreyt, &c., Wil liam de, 60, 74, 81, 87, 89, 92, 96, 98, 99, 113, 117, 119, 122, 123, 131, 132, 137, 159, 162, 253, 254, 259, 304
-, Pykeman, Andrew, 268
-, Refham (Resham), John de, 45, 50, 81, 82, 155, 251, 253, 255
-, Rokele, Rokel, John (de la), 92, 98, 159, 304
-, Rote, John, 268
-, Rothinge, Rothynge, &c., Richard de, 10, 40, 45, 51, 86, 92, 112, 135, 137, 251
-, Rudston, John, 301
-, Sadelyngstanes, Hugh de, 39
-, St. Ives, Adam de, 268, 272
-, Sely, John, 269, 272
-, Shadworth, John, 274, 275
-, Shelford, John, 269
-, Sibyle, Walter, 269
-, Speleman, Stephen, 275
-, Spencer, James, 301
-, Stable, Adam, 268
-, Staundone, William, 275
-, Stodeye, "Stoday," John de, 239, 248
-, Syward, John, 122, 123, 137, 140, 159, 187, 188
-, Thorneye, William de, 71, 73, 81, 87, 92, 112, 123, 132, 159, 172, 174, 257, 258, 265
-, Todenham, William de, 189, 205, 223, 245, 306
-, Tornegold, John, 216
-, Turk, Walter, 35, 87, 92, 96, 122, 123, 137, 139, 159
-, Twyford, Nicholas, 268
-, Uptone, Ralph de, 4, 17, 31, 33, 36, 40, 45, 46, 51, 71, 189, 250, 251, 254, 255
-, Vannere, Henry, 272
-, Venour, William, 274
-, Vyne, John, 268
-, Warbeltone, Robert, 268
-, Warde, John, 269
-, Weld, Welde, William atte (de), 39, 201, 202, 205, 207, 209, 210, 211, 215, 222, 223, 225, 227, 235, 241, 245, 267, 306
-, Welford, Thomas, 269, 270
-, Whityngtone, Richard, 274, 275
-, Worsted, Worstede, Simon de, 39, 189, 192, 196, 202, 205, 207, 209, 210, 211, 215, 222, 237, 245, 306

Aldermen
-, Wychyngham, Geoffrey de, 139, 140, 142, 154, 157, 171, 175, 186, 264
-, Wynchecombe, Simon, 271

Aldermen elected on St. Matthew's Day to govern Bethlem Hospital, 155; to place their seal on measures, 246; to put their Wards in array against a threatened invasion, 247; to attend elections of Mayor under penalty, 304-5

Alderne, Richard de, 152

Aldernes, Robert, 299

Aldersgate, gate of, to be repaired, 9, 15; gate-keeper's house at, 15, 18; collector of custom at, 116

Aldersgate Ward, 266; assessments of, 4, 9, 16, 27, 33, 149, 217, 219; names of men chosen from, to safe guard the City, 22; names of men elected from, to see that the ordi nances regulating wages are ob- served, 213

Aldgate, Alegate, implements of war stored near, 1; lease of a turret on the south side of, 20; granted to John Lucas, clerk of the Sheriffs, 81; toll to be taken from carts entering the City for repair of road outside, 100

Aldgate Ward, assessments of, 3, 9, 27, 33, 148, 217, 219; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 22; Richard de Berkynge, Alderman of, 172; Ralph Campion, beadle of, 199; names of men elected from, to see that the ordi- nances regulating wages are observed, 212

Ale, false measures for selling, to be burnt, 245
-, - Assize of, 27-8, 178, 189
-, - - City's right to, 239, 242
-, - - claimed by the burgesses of Oxford, 239, 242

Alegate, Thomas de, 19, 27, 172
-, - Walter de, 250
-, - William de, 23

Aleyn, Alayn, Aleyns, Alleyn, &c., Geoffrey, 6, 23, 48, 66
-, - John (Knt.), 295, 301, 302
-, - - de Shyngelton, 11
-, See also Shyngelton.
-, - Matilda, 147, 151
-, - Ralph, 303
-, - Thomas, 146, 151, 292

Alisaundre, William, 251

Allertone, Robert de, 159

Alley, Richard, 294

All Hallows, Bread Street, parish of 20, 24, 71, 107, 121, 156, 194

All Hallows the Great, or at the Hay, parish of, 112, 158

All Hallows the Less, parish of, 1n.

All Hallows, London Wall, parish of, 181, 186

Almaine, Hanse of, merchants of, complain of illegal exactions by Sheriffs and water-bailiffs, 174; taken under the King's protection, 233, 236, 240; allowed free inter course with England, 248

Almaygne, Roger de, 265

Altam, Edward, 302

Altecar, Altekar, William, 55
-, - - valet of the King's Ward robe, 72

Alwyn, Alwyne, Nicholas, 297, 298

Ambald (Annibale), Bishop of Tuscu lum, 88, 209n

Amcotes, Amcottes, Henry, 303

Amyas, Stephen de Fraunsard, called de, 172

Amyas, Neel and Corby,, merchants of, elect brokers and measurers of woad, 192

Amys, John, 17, 18, 31, 36

Ancroft, William, 272

Andreu, Andrew, Gerard, 125
-, - James, 145, 150, 202, 203, 235, 239, 261, 287
-, - - a Warden of London
-, Bridge, 216, 227, 228, 244
-, - John, 236, 243
-, - - Alice, late wife of, 243
-, - - Thomas, son of, 236, 243
-, - - de Abbeye Waltham, co. Essex, otherwise called John Munde, junior, 270
-, - Richard, 23
-, - Robert, 100, 125, 143

Anesty, Henry Sterre (de), 145, 152

Angevyn, Richard, 187
-, - - Johanna, wife of, daughter of Katherine de Garthorpe, 187

Angre. See Aunger.

Anketill, Anketel, John, 5, 6, 46, 52, 144, 149

Antilla, John, 75, 76

Antioche, Gerard de, 276

"Appelblome," tunic of, 251

Appeltone, Brother William, 289

Aquitaine, Duchy of, an aid furnished by the City for, 10, 11

"Aqura," William, 222

Archer, Larcher, Edmund le, 140
-, - John, 117

Archers furnished by the City, 8, 10, 11, 26, 27, 100, 106, 119, 120, 133

Arches, Dean of, Richard de Wir- myngtone, 209-10

Arderne, Adam de, 11
-, - Henry de, de Henlee, 10
-, - Friar John de, 124
-, - Richard de, 21, 48

Arecia, Lodowyk de, 131

Armenters, John, 282

Armourer, Simon le, 21

Arnold, Arnald, Robert, 293
-, - William, de Grenewyche, 99

Array, the City to put itself in, to meet invasion, 247

Arraz, Aras, Robert, 281
-, - William de, 235

Artefeld, James de, 46, 49

Arundel, William, 272

Ascelyn, Richard, 5, 8, 48

Ascue, Christofer (Knt.), 301 302

Ashwode, Roger de, 144

Askeby, Sir Robert de, 45

Askham, Askeham, William, 274, 291

Aspal, Adam, 7, 38, 49, 96, 97, 145, 150, 164
-, - - Aunceha, wife of, 38
-, - - junior, 211
-, - - Juliana, daughter of, 211
-, - Robert, 76

Assessments on the Wards, for various purposes, 3, 4, 9, 16, 27, 33, 34, 46-8, 51, 143, 144, 148, 149, 235

Asshe, Robert de, 21, 148, 203
-, - Thomas de, 258

Asshebourne, Aysshebourne, Henry (de), 195, 238, 273
-, - John de, 183, 203

Asshetone, Robert, 272

Asshwy (Eswy), Ralph, 278
-, - William, 279

Assize of ale, 27-8, 178, 189, 239, 242; of cloth, 229; of nuisances, 127

Astewode, Roger de, 47, 62, 150

Astilde, John, 176

Astone, Geoffrey de, City Attorney, 85
-, - John de, 205

"Astone under Egge," co. Gloucester, 43

Astry, Ralph (Knt.), 296, 297

Atherle, John, 293

Atte Banke, Hugh, 66

Atte Barnet, Atte Barnette, John, 16, 17, 21, 46, 56, 144, 149, 167
-, - - a Warden of the Conduit, 29
-, - Thomas, 193, 194 See also Barnette.

Atte Beche, Henry, 165, 267
-, - Thomas, 218 See also Beche.

Atte Belle, John, 146, 152, 181, 209, 210, 212, 262. See also Belle.

Atte Boure, Henry, 106
-, - Hugh, 170, 192
-, - Richard, 249 See also Boure.

Atte Brendewode, John, 23. See also Brendewode.

Atte Brodegate, Nicholas, 102, 263

Atte Brok, Atte Broke, John, 52, 53
-, - Nicholas, 40
-, - Robert, 172 See also Brok.

Atte Bruge, William, de Northlamb huthe, 112
-, - - Alice, widow of, 112 See also Brugge.

Atte Castel, Richard, 219

Atte Chaumbre, Roger, 11

Atte Cokke, Atte Coke, Hugh, 22, 46
-, - Robert, 269 See also Cok.

Atte Conduit, Atte Condite, Atte Con- dut, &c., Geoffrey, 282
-, - John, 82
-, - Stephen, 20
-, - Walter, 81, 82, 107, 145, 151
-, - William, 133
-, - - Katherine, wife of, late wife of Peter le Convers, 133
-, - - - Alice, daughter of, 133 See also Conduit.

Atte Corner, Atte Cornere, Peter, 4, 83
-, - Richard, 103, 125, 259
-, - - Avice, widow of, 103, 104, 125
-, - - Richard, son of, 103
-, - - William, brother of, 103
-, - Simon, 100
-, - William 125, 187, 213, 215, 255, 259
-, - - Isabella, wife of, 187

Atte Cros, John, 12. See also Cros.

Atte Crouche, Edmund, 270
-, - Thomas, 128, 159
-, - William, 31

Atte Dane, Simon, 258

Atte Dene, Robert, 257. See also Dene.

Atte Dych, John, 208-9
-, - Richard, 212

Atte Felde, John, 218, 266. See also Felde.

Atte Forde, Nicholas, 93, 256. See also Forde.

Atte Gate, Geoffrey, 4, 7, 21, 48, 60, 141
-, - John, 23, 76, 82
-, - Peter, 102
-, - Richard, 7, 21, 62

Atte Gate, Robert, 7
-, - Simon, 7, 21, 48, 145, 150, 167, 228
-, - William, 57

Atte Goot, Atte Gote, Walter, 78, 180

Atte Grene, John, 26, 125, 218
-, - Thomas, a bailiff of the Weavers, 81, 93 See also Grene.

Atte Grove, John, 12, 13. See also Grove.

Atte Halle, William, 66. See also Hall.

Atte Hay, John, 12

Atte Hethe, John, 26. See also Hethe.

Atte Hill, Atte Hulle, &c., Adam, 261
-, - Richard, 166
-, - William, 165 See also Hill.

Atte Holte, Avice, 117
-, - Stephen, 147, 150, 241
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, wife of John de Berholte, 241, 242

Atte Hyde, John, 167

Atte Hythe, William, 219

Atte Lanend, Geoffrey, 261
-, - Henry, 9, 23, 257

Atte Lee, John, 12. See also Lee.

Atte Leye, Thomas, 287

Atte Loke, John, 258. See also Lok.

Atte Lynde, John, 218. See also Lynde.

Atte March, Atte Marsshe, Atte Mersshe, &c., Henry, 153
-, - Henry de Cove, called, 177
-, - John, 153, 177
-, - Nicholas, 3 8, 22, 49, 80, 122, 145, 151, 153, 177, 209, 210
-, - - Elizabeth, widow of, wife of Thomas le Gardenir, 209, 210
-, - - John, son of, 153, 177, 210
-, - - Thomas, son of, 210
-, - Philip, 203 See also March.

Atte Mede, John, 41
-, - Richard, 201
-, - - Alan, son of, 201
-, - - William, son of, 201

Atte Mere, William, 259

Atte More, John, 120, 198
-, - Ralph, 281
-, - Richard, 180
-, - - de Wyndesore, called "de Staneford" ("Saneford'), 109n., 169
-, - - Katherine, wife of, daugh- ter of Cristina la Telmestere, 109, 169
-, - Robert, 248
-, - Stephen, 26 See also More.

Atte Mulne, John, 218

Atte Nax, Simon, 110

Atte Naysshe, John, de Grenewych, 195

Atte Noket, Thomas, 234

Atte Park, Thomas, 248

Atte Pery, Alexander, 220

Atte Pole, Adam, 103, 134, 146, 151, 184
-, - John, 48
-, - Ralph, 41 See also Pole.

Atte Ponde, Giles, 52
-, - Richard, 265
-, - Roger, 7, 255

Atte Pye, Stephen, 265, 266

Atte Raven, William, 261. See also Raven.

Atte Rededore, Peter, 265
-, - Thomas, 8, 146, 150

Atte Rothe, Atte Roche, Benedict, 12
-, - Henry, 7, 29n., 47, 57, 97, 145, 149, 156, 180
-, - Nicholas, 24, 161
-, - Ralph, 35
-, - - William, son of, 35

Atte Selere, William, 213. See also Seler.

Atte Shawe, Henry, 52. See also Shawe.

Atte Shoppe, John, 193
-, - Thomas, 66

Atte Sloo, Thomas, 222

Atte Sole, John, 7

Atte Stile, John, 205

Atte Stone, Atte Ston, John, 83
-, - Roger, 201, 213 See also Stone.

Atte Strete, Henry, 146, 151, 215, 235

Atte Tour, Roger, 220
-, - - Katherine, wife of, 220

Atte Valeye, Richard, 147, 152

Atte Vine, Atte Vyne, Malyna, 8
-, - Matilda, 147, 151
-, - Peter, 255
-, - Roger, 170
-, - Thomas, 7, 122, 130, 146, 149, 156 See also Vine.

Atte Walle, Thomas, 212

Atte Watre, Atte Watere, Gamel, 121
-, - - John, called "Gamel," son of, 121
-, - John, 57, 92, 110
-, - - junior, 110
-, - Walter, 271, 272

Atte Welde, William, 144, 147, 149, 152, 227, 306. See also Weld, William de.

Atte Welle, John, 27, 258
-, - William, 67
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 67

Atte Wode, John, 257
-, - Richard, the King's Serjeant-at- arms, 130
-, - Thomas, 262
-, - William, 274

Atte Wyche, Thomas, 6, 146, 150 See also Wyche.

Atte Wylde, William, 264. See also Wylde.

Aubrey, Aubri, Aubry, Andrew, 2, 5, 15, 27, 29, 31, 36, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 50, 53, 54, 55, 56, 61, 62, 65, 66, 73, 81, 91, 95, 112, 122, 123, 129, 132, 135, 137, 139, 144, 149, 157, 158, 159, 165, 172, 188, 189, 194, 209, 231, 237, 241, 242, 243, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 257, 258, 265, 266, 284, 285, 286, 304
-, - - elected Mayor, 40; in- sulted by Gerard Corp, 40; Alder man of Bread Street Ward, 73, 82; of Cordwainer Street Ward, 132
-, - John, 287
-, - Thomas, 215

Aucheslee, John de, 219

Audele, Nicholas de, 266

Aukeland, John de, 12

"Aukelond," writ dated at, 68

Aultone, Master Henry de, 249
-, - - John, servant of, 249

Aumbresbury, Henry de, custody of the gate on London Bridge granted to, 155
-, - Martin de, 282

Aumbrey, John, 208

Aunger, Aungre, Angre, John, 274
-, - Peter, 280
-, - William de, 24, 47, 146, 150, 161, 213, 220

Austyn, Thomas, 273, 289

Avenel, Alexander, 210

Aver de pois (averia ponderis), 114n., 123
-, - the mistery of, 127

Avignon, the Pope at, 161

Aylesbury, Ayllesbury, William de, 161, 307

Aylesham, Ayllesham, Eyllesham, Alan de, 179-80, 201
-, - John de, 6, 16 22, 47, 54, 78, 79, 81, 85, 87, 92, 96, 104, 123, 132, 137, 201, 202 258, 259, 285
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, wife of William de Weld, 201, 202
-, - - - Margaret, dau of, wife of William de la Panetrie, 202n.

Aylesham, Ayllesham, Eyllesham, John de, Alice, daughter of, 137, 201, 202
-, - - Dyonisia, daughter of, wife of Richard de Prestone, 202
-, - - Elizabeth, widow of, 137, 201, 202
-, - - Thomas, son of, 137 201, 202

Aylif, John (Knt.), 303

Aylleward, Ayleward, Aylward, William, 7, 21, 62, 63, 79, 130, 136, 146, 150, 192

Aylmer, Laurence, 298
-, - - elected Mayor, 298

Aynesham. See Eynesham

Aynho, John le Mareschal de, 12

Aysshebourne. See Asshebourne.

B

Bacheler, John, 22

"Bacinet," 10, 33

Bacon, Bacoun, Richard, 145, 150, 212
-, - William, 296

Badby, William, 268

Badmangore. See Bedemangore.

"Baillyf," Roger de Dunmowe, called le, 39. See also Dunmowe.

Bakere, Richard le, 14
-, - Simon le, 7, 49
-, - Thomas le, 228
-, - Walter le, 121
-, - William le, 13

Balance, the Small, to be remade, 113; manner of weighing at, 113-14; granted to Thomas de Depham, 114; William Raven appointed to, 192; Simon de Reynham appointed loco Raven, deceased, id.

Balauncer, Ralph, 283

Baldewell, Baldewelle, John, 269, 270

Baldewyn, Baldewyne, &c., Richard, 35, 57, 110, 253
-, - - Agnes, wife of, daughter of Thomas le Palmere, 35
-, - Roger, 183
-, - William, 239

Baldry, Thomas, 301

Ballard, John, de Willesdone, 14

"Balliolhalle," Oxford, grant by Master and Scholars of, as Rectors of St. Laurence Jewry, 79; Hugh de Corbrigge, Master of, 80

Balsham, John de, 40

Baltrip, John, 66

Baly, John, 218

Bamme, Adam, 271, 273, 289, 290
-, - Henry, 273

Bamptone, Walter de, 46, 76, 145, 151
-, - William de, 220

Banham, John de, 175
-, - - Henry, son of, 175
-, - - Matilda, wife of, daughter of William de Manhale, and after- wards wife of Amyel le Chaundeler, 175
-, - - - Christina la Chaun- deller, daughter of, 175n.
-, - - - Johanna, daughter of, 175n.
-, - - - Margaret, daughter of, 175n.
-, - Thomas de, 148, 152

Banke, Hugh atte, 66

Bannebury, Bannebery, John de, 27, 175
-, - William de, 82

Barber, Barbier, Barbour, Geoffrey le, de Queenhithe, 12
-, - Hamo le, 7, 22, 47, 145, 151, 220
-, - - John, son of, 220
-, - - Matilda, widow of, wife of
-, John de Cressingham, junior, 220
-, - Henry, 219
-, - John (le), 12, 99, 200, 212, 254, 255
-, - - collector of custom at Lud- gate, 116
-, - Peter le, 251, 255
-, - Roger le, 26, 69
-, - Simon le, 256
-, - Thomas le, 37, 121, 163, 177, 179
-, - - Matthew, son of, 179
-, - Walter le, 212, 262
-, - William le, 19, 212

Bardelby, Robert de, 78, 81, 84, 88, 106

Bardeneye, William de, 11

Bardi of Florence, Society of the, 2

Bardoyl, "Laudi" ("Ludi"), 158

Barentyn, Drew, 275, 290, 291

Baret, William, 255, 273, 288

Barewe, Barwe, Roger de, 13, 26

Barfot, Barfote, Robert, 275
-, - Walter, 267

Barkeworth, Roger de, 251

Barnaby, Martin, 274

Barne, George, 303

Barnette, Barnet, John atte (del), 16, 17, 21, 46, 56, 121, 144, 149, 167
-, - - a Warden of the Conduit, 29
-, - Thomas atte, 193, 194

Barremakere, Robert, 165

Barry, John 251
-, - - Walter, son of, 251

Barton, Bartone, Henry, 291, 292, 293
-, - Nicholas de, 146, 152
-, - Ralph, 292
-, - Robert, 262
-, - Thomas de, 12

Barwe. See Barewe.

Bas, Simon, 13

Basford, Roger, 300

Basil. See Bazen.

Basingstoke, Basyngestoke, Richard de, 22, 47, 97, 98, 133, 145, 150, 154, 169, 172, 176, 179, 193, 265, 286
-, - - Richard, son of, 193
-, - - - Thomas, son of, 193
-, - - - - Johanna, mother of, wife of John de Depleye, 193
-, - - elected Sheriff, 169
-, - Walter de, 177
-, - - Margery, wife of, 177

Basset, Henry, of Berkynge, 195
-, - Ralph, 117
-, - Robert, 295, 296
-, - William, 61

Bassishaw Ward, 273; assessment of, 4, 9, 27, 33, 144, 149, 217, 218; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 22; inquiry into an affray in, 164-5; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 213

Bassyngburne, John de, 26

Basynge, Basynges, &c., Adam (de), 278, 279
-, - Hugh de, 277
-, - John de, 127
-, - Robert de, 281
-, - Salaman (de), 277
-, - Thomas, 280
-, - William de, 283

Bat, Gerard, 278
-, - Humphrey, 279
-, - Nicholas, 279
-, - Peter, 277

Bataille, Bataylle, John, elected and sworn Serjeant of the Weavers, 115
-, - William, 13

Batencourt, "Batemourt," Luke, 280, 281

Bathe, Roger de, 26

Baudin, Francis, 139

Baudry, Baudri, Bartholomew, 246
-, - - John, son of, 246
-, - - - John, uncle of, 246
-, - Jordan, 86
-, - Reginald, 42, 47
-, - Thomas, 153
-, - - Elena, widow of, wife of Richard de Wyke, 153
-, - - John, son of, 153
-, - - Matilda, daughter of, 153

Baudry, Baudri, Walter, 42, 47
-, - William, 13

Baukewill, Roger de, 61

Baylly, William (Knt.), 300, 301

"Baynardes castel," 214

Bayon, Arnald de, 26

Bazen (or Basil), shoes made of, in- stead of cordwain, 98, 103, 118, 124-5

Beadles, Oath of, 126

Beauchamp, Sir William de, 51

Beauflour, Geoffrey, 220, 248
-, - Henry, 121
-, - John, 78
-, - Ralph, 146, 151
-, - William, 8, 172, 187

Beaulieu, Laurence de, 213

Beaumarys, Matthew, 267, 268

Beaumond, Thomas, 294

Beauner (Beauver ?), William de, 83

Becfeld, Richard de, 175, 176

Beche, Henry atte, 165, 267
-, - Sir Nicholas de la, 51
-, - Thomas atte, 218

Bedeford, Beddeford, John (de), 12, 13, 17, 26, 46, 49, 52, 96, 97, 122, 139, 143, 147, 148, 150, 164, 166, 186, 206, 212, 215, 218, 223, 274
-, - Robert de, 219
-, - Stephen de, 214
-, - Walter de, 52

Bedel, John le, 100

Bedemangore (Badmangore, co. Kent), manor of, 75-6

Bedewelle, Thomas de, sworn Ser jeant of the Chamber of the Guild hall, 66

Bedleem. See Bethlehem and St. Mary de Bedleem

Bedyngtone, Bedingtone, John de Syndlesham, called de, brother of Sir Richard de Syndlesham, 2
-, - Nicholas de, 22, 146, 151, 236
-, - Simon de, 235, 238, 286
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 240

Beel, Robert le, 276

Belawe, Belewe, Laurence, 225, 258

Belcham, Richard de, 13

Belde, William, 269

Belhofte, Sir Geoffrey, Rector of Holy Trinity the Less, 136

Belle, "Dominicus(?)," 176
-, - John (atte), 146, 152, 181, 209, 210, 212, 213, 262

Bench, Pleaders of the, 55

Bendebowe, Bentebowe, William, 221
-, - - William, son of, 221

Benere, Hugh le, 19, 113
-, - - Alice, wife of, 19 See also Bever.

Beneyt, Hugh, 218
-, - John, 219, 249
-, - Thomas, 273

Benteley, Adam de, 279

Benyn. See Bevyn.

Benyngtone, John de, 12
-, - Walter de, 179

"Bercherslane," Bercherverlane. See Birchin Lane.

Berdefeld, Alexander de, 13
-, - Peter de, 197
-, - Thomas de, 104
-, - - Johanna, widow of, wife of Ansell de Quabrigge, 104

Berdesdale, Simon de, 265, 266

Berenger, John, 208

Berforde. See Burford.

Bergh. See Burgh.

Bergholte, Giles de, 47

Berholte, John de, 241
-, - - Agnes, wife of, daughter of Stephen atte Holte, 241, 242

Berkhampstede, Walter de, 254

Berkhampstede, Berkhamstede, writs dated at, 32, 57, 100

Berkinge, Berkyngge, Agnes de, 187
-, - John de, 66, 82, 145, 172
-, - - de Colemanstrete, 145, 151
-, - - senior, 146, 151
-, - Richard de, 2, 7, 15, 18, 26, 29, 30, 31, 35, 36, 39, 40, 46, 51, 54, 57, 70, 73, 74, 77, 78, 81, 87, 89, 92, 104, 119, 122, 123, 137, 144, 150, 158, 159, 171, 174, 179, 215, 250, 251, 257, 259, 264, 285, 304
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 44, 171
-, - - Alderman of Aldgate Ward, 172
-, - Simon de, 47, 145, 152, 179
-, - William de, 196

Bermoundeseye, Hugh de, 39

Bermyngeham, Bernyngham, John de, 13, 183

Bernam, Thomas de, 53. See also Bernham.

Bernard, William, 164, 220

Bernerle, Simon de, 213

Bernes, "Biernes," John, 191, 272, 286-287
-, - Roger de, 6, 22, 47
-, - Thomas de, 96
-, - William de, 96, 146, 151, 159

Bernewell, Thomas, 293

Berneye, Walter de, 238, 287

Bernham, Adam de, 76, 260. See also Bernam.

Besaunt, Robert, 276

Beseville, John de, 48, 53, 146, 150

Betevvelle, Anketin, 281

Bethlehem, Hugh, Bishop of, claims a certain messuage as appertaining to the Church of St. Mary de Bedleem, 2, 3. See also St. Mary de Bedleem.

"Bethwater," John, 292

Betoigne, Bettoigne, Betoyne, Richard de, 20, 284
-, - Thomas de, 182
-, - - Benedict, son of, 182
-, - William, 282

Bettesdene, Simon de, 149

Bever, William, 203. See also Benere.

Beverley, Beverle, John de, 156
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, 156
-, - - John, son of, 156
-, - Simon de, 207
-, - - Leticia, wife of, daughter of Peter Nayere, 207
-, - Thomas de, 219
-, - William de, 219

Bevyn (Benyn?), John, elected City Macebearer loco Robert Flambard, exonerated, 30

Bicleswade, John de, 183. See also Brykleswade.

Biernes. See Bernes.

Bigot, Sir Ralph, 182
-, - - John, son of, 182

Billebury, John de, 12

Billesden, Billesdon, Robert, 296

Billingsgate, murage of, let to ferm, 40, 66; corn sold at, 101; amount charged for measuring salt at, 193

Billingsgate Ward, 267; assessments of, 3, 9, 27, 33, 143, 148, 217, 220; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 23; John de Caustone, Alderman of, 104; men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 212; Ralph de Lenne elected Alderman of, 225, 247

Billyngham, Walter de, 73, 122-3, 160

Birchin Lane, 117, 204, 262

Bishopsgate, Bisshopesgate, collector of custom at, 116

Bishopsgate Street, Bisshopesgate strete, 177

Bishopsgate Ward, assessments of, 3, 9, 27, 33, 143, 148, 217, 219; names of men chosen from, to safe guard the City, 22; Bartholomew Deumars, Alderman of, 86; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 212

Bisshop, Richard, 208

Bitterle, Richard de, 23

Bixene, John de, 22

Bixle, Peter de, 264

Black Death, the. See Pestilence.

Blake, Alice, 205
-, - Nicholas (le), 145, 151, 207

"Blakecolle," Nicholas called, 53, 78n.

Blakeneye, Blakenay, Peter de, 283
-, - William de, 44
-, - - de Norwych, 149, 152

Blakwelle, John de, 148, 151

"Blanket," cloth of, 251, 257

Blankets, false, ordered to be burnt, 67

Blastone, Thomas de, 68

Blaunchard, John, 44
-, - - de Norwych, 149, 152

Blaunche, Blanche, John, 78, 144, 147, 150, 180, 196, 215

Bleberry, John de, 27

Blecchyngleye, William Dieuboneye de, 115
-, - - Mabel, wife of, 115
-, - - Walter, son of, 115

Bled, William, 145

Bledlowe, Thomas, 295

Blikelingge, John de, 180

Blithe, Hugh de, 162
-, - - Hawysia, daughter of, widow of John de Shordiche, 162
-, - John de, 231, 238, 239
-, - Peter de, 146, 151
-, - Robert de, 230, 231n.
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 231n.
-, - - John, son of, 230, 231n.
-, - - Robert, son of, 231n.
-, - William de, 17, 231
-, - - Johanna, late wife of, 231
-, - - senior, 252

Blood, Blod, William, 132, 152

Blosme (Blosme ?), Nicholas, 130, 136, 253, 263

Blossom Inn, 136n.

Blounditravers (?), William le, 277

Blounham, John de, 11

Blount, Blund, Edward le, 280
-, - Hugh, 278
-, - John (le), 36, 282
-, - Norman, 276
-, - Ralph, 281, 282
-, - Roger le, 276, 278
-, - Walter le, 281
-, - William le, 277

Blundel, Bloundel, Juliana, 73, 81, 82

Blurtone, Thomas de, de Roberdes bregge, 263

Bochel, Francis, 158
-, - Lodewyc, 158

Bodele, Bodeleghe, Geoffrey de 47
-, - William de, 283

Boght', William, 228

Bohun, Humphrey de, Earl of Here- ford and Essex, grant of "Cold- herberwe" by John de Pulteneye to, 158
-, - William de, Earl of Northamp- ton, appointed the King's lieutenant in France, 122n., sets sail for Brit- tany, 123

Bokebyndere, Bokbyndere, John, 145, 150

Bokedene, Richard de, 180
-, - Stephen de, 180
-, - William de, 219

Bokehurst, Bockehurst, Bukhirst,
-, Nicholas (de), 23, 56, 275
-, - - Alice, wife of, 56
-, - - - Matilda, dau of, 56
-, - - - - Alice dau of, 56

Bokeler, John (le), 18, 62, 63

Bokeleresbery, 53

Bokelsmythe, John, 273

Bokyngham, Richard de, 219

Bole, Henry le, 282
-, - John (le), 30, 47, 86, 96, 97, 103 132, 135, 145, 150, 164, 186, 238, 239, 243
-, - Nicholas, 186, 223
-, - - Katherine, wife of, widow of Simon de Pulham, 186
-, - - - Johanna, dau of, 186
-, - Thomas, 6, 47

Bolet, Simon, 282

Boleyn, Geoffrey, 294

Bolingbroke, Bolyngbroke, William de, 21, 181
-, - - "Alyna," "Athelina," &c., widow of, 181
-, - - - Johanna daughter of, wife of John Sporoun, 181

Bolneye, Walter de, 13

Bolo (sic), John, 223

Bolour, William, 114

Bonde, Thomas, 65, 132

Bonefay, William, 26

Boner, Reymond, "Nuncius" of Gascony, 49

Bonet, John, 8, 21, 48, 109, 119, 145, 149
-, - - Walter, brother of, 109
-, - Thomas, 21, 109
-, - - John, son of, 109
-, - - Thomas, son of, 109
-, - - William, son of, 109
-, - Walter, 145, 152

Boneye, Roger, 12, 26

Bongey, Reiner de, 278

Bookbinder See Bokebyndere

Bordeaux, Constable of, John Char nels, 224, 244

Bordesleye, William de, 207

Bordurer, John le, 267

Borgeys, John, 260

Borham, John de, 180

Bosenho, Peter de, 282

Boseworthe, Bosseworth, Henry de, 147, 150, 212, 215

Bosham, Boseham, John, 269, 288

Boterade, William, 26

Boterwyk, John de, 266

Botesham, John de, 121

Botiller, Boteler, Geoffrey le, 7, 48, 143, 147, 150
-, - James, 283
-, - John, 193, 235, 292
-, - William le, 71, 251

Botoner, Boton', John, 222
-, - - Rector of Newenton on the Wold (co. Linc.), 187
-, - - Johanna, sister of, 187
-, - - William, brother of, 187
-, - William (le), 95, 97, 155 6

Boughtone, John de, 220

Bourdeyn, Burdeyn, Emma, late wife of Stephen de Parys, 17
-, - John, 17
-, - Robert, 283
-, - Walter, 18, 56, 193, 194
-, - - John, son of, 56
-, - - - Avice, mother of, 56
-, - - William, son of, 193, 194

Boure, Henry atte, 106
-, - Hugh atte, 170, 192
-, - Richard atte, 249
-, - Thomas le, 307

Bournham, Thomas de, 229

Bovendone, Henry de, 21

Bovyngton, John de, 26
-, - Thomas de, 266

Bowe, Roger, 272

"Bowelane," la, 53

Bowes, Martin (Knt.), 303

Bows, "Bowes" of ash, 1, 2

Bowmen. See Archers.

Bowyer, Bowiere, Walter, 267
-, - William, 302
-, - - Mayor, dies during office, 303

Bowyer of wool, 269n.

Box, Hamo, 282
-, - Henry, 282
-, - Martin, 281
-, - Thomas, 281
-, - William, 3, 5, 7, 33, 46, 52, 71, 76, 89 96, 144, 149

Boxford, Robert, 269

Boys, Robert de, 67

Brabant, wool staple in, 50

Brabazon, Brabason, Brabassoun,
-, &c., Adam, 22, 47, 66, 91, 96, 144, 150, 154, 158, 159, 172, 174, 176, 181, 187, 188, 205, 210, 215, 220, 235, 245, 286, 304

Brabazon, Brabason, &c., Adam, elected Sheriff, 169; Alderman of Castle Baynard Ward, 187; Alder- man of Bread Street Ward, 220

Bradbury, Thomas, 298
-, - - Mayor, dies during office, 299

Bradelee, Bradele, John de, 13
-, - William de 96, 97, 164

Bradestone, Thomas de, 158
-, - - Robert, son of, unlawfully imprisoned at Pisa, 158

Braels, false, condemned, 205

Bramptone, Bromptone, Hugh de, 169
-, - Robert de, 187
-, - William (de), 145, 152, 253, 273, 274, 290

Brandone, Alice de, 147, 152
-, - Hugh de, 48, 151
-, - Thomas de, 48, 144, 150, 182, 200, 215, 239, 267, 286

Brangwayn, Brangweyn, William, 7, 46, 146, 152

Braughynge, Braghyng, &c., Henry de, 6, 23, 48, 103
-, - John de, 157
-, - Laurence de, 6, 48, 146, 149
-, - Ralph de, 62
-, - - Elyas, son of, 62
-, - - murage of Chepe demised to, 66
-, - William de, 23, 88

Brauncestre, Gilbert de, 117
-, - John de, 181

Braunfeld, William de, vintainer, 26

Bray, Bartholomew de, 62
-, - John de, 108, 204
-, - Osbert de, 31
-, - - Katherine, widow of, 31
-, - Richard, 265
-, - Robert (de), 75, 128
-, - Thomas de, 265
-, - - senior, 121
-, - William de, 45, 75, 120
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 45

Braybroke, Robert de, 213, 218

Braylesham, Walter de, called "le Cok," 65

Brayneford, Braynford, John de, 83, 256
-, - William de, 195

Bread Street, Bredstrete, 71, 81, 235, 250

Bread Street Ward, 251; assessments of, 4, 9, 27, 33, 144, 149, 217, 218; names of men chosen from, to safe guard the City, 22; Aldermen of, Andrew Aubrey, 73, 82; Adam Brabazoun, 220; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 213

Bredone, Robert de, 119, 146, 149

Bredstrete, John de, 4, 21, 24, 54, 56, 260

"Bregirdles," 205n.

Brembre, Nicholas (Knt.), 268, 271, 272, 287, 288, 289
-, - - elected Mayor, 288

Brendewode, John de (atte, del), 5, 16, 17, 23, 38, 46, 49, 99, 117, 143, 147, 150, 171
-, - - Alice, wife of, 99

Brenge, Henry, 21, 96, 111, 144, 147, 150, 187, 252

Bret, Walter le, 22, 73
-, - William, 219

"Bretask," the, a house called, near the Tower, 1; expenses incurred on making thereof, 16; a tenement called, in Thames Street, parish of All Hallows the Less, 1n.

Bretaske Lane, 98

Bretford, William, 272

Bretone, Bretoun, John, 281, 282
-, - Richard, 26

Bretyn, Breten, Breteyn, Edmund, elected and sworn a broker of the Pepperers, 127
-, - John, 48, 145, 152, 301
-, - Thomas, 296

Brewer, Brewere, Henry le, 251
-, - John le, 146, 151, 177, 252, 263
-, - - executed for rioting in the City, 57
-, - Roger le, 263
-, - Stephen le, 92

Brewere (Brewerne), Richard de la, of St. Paul's, 159

Brewers, ordinances regulating sale of ale by, 27 8, 178, 189; not to use the water of the Conduit, 29, 128; selling by false measure to have the measure burnt, &c., 245

Brewestere, Isabella "le," 114
-, - Margaret la, 250

Breyntone, Broyntone, Bartholomew de, 162
-, - William de, 147, 152

Brian, Bryan, John, 292
-, - William, 109, 169

Brice, Bryce, Henry, Sheriff, dies during office, 295
-, - Hugh, 296, 297

Brichesdene, Richard de, 27

Bridd, Bridde, Richard, 199
-, - - elected a Warden of the 'Heaumers," 169

Bridel, Reginald, 208

Bridge Ward, 146, 270; assessments of, 3, 9, 27, 33, 143, 148, 217, 219; names of men chosen from, to safe guard the City, 22; John de Mock- ynge, Alderman of, 75, 184; men elected from, to see that the ordi- nances regulating wages are ob served, 212

Briggeford, Brugeford, Thomas de, 251, 252
-, - William de, 175

Briggewater, Bruggewater, John (de), 76, 261

Brigham, John de, 255

Bright, William, 116

Brikelesworth, Bryklesworth, &c., John (de), 205, 287
-, - William (Curteys) de, 5, 10, 16, 23, 29, 31, 33, 40, 42, 45, 51, 54, 81, 87, 91, 137, 139, 143, 144, 148, 152, 248, 285
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 42, 44 See also Curteys.

Bristol, City of, 50
-, - archers sent to, 15

Bristoll, Bristouwe, Bristowe, &c., John de, 145, 152
-, - Richard de, 245, 265, 266
-, - Robert de, 18, 42, 63, 130, 136, 263
-, - William de, 238, 239

Brisyngham, Brusyngham, Richard de, 72, 81, 250
-, - Thomas de, 235

Brix, William, 117

Broad Street Ward, 99, 252; assess- ments of, 3, 9, 27, 33, 143, 148, 217, 219; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 22; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 212

Brodegate, le, 239

Brodegate, Nicholas atte, 102, 263

Brok, Broke, Brokke, Geoffrey, 274, 291
-, - John (atte), 52, 53, 162, 182, 297
-, - Nicholas atte, 40
-, - Robert atte, 172

Brokers, to be freemen of the City, 129; unsworn, fined, 130-1, 131-2; to be elected by good men of the mistery in which they practise, 137; hosts not to act as, 138

Brokers of peltry, 17; of woad, 110, 192; of wool, 121, 129; of drapery, 129; of skinners, 164, 223; of leather, 183

Brokesfeld, Richard de, 194

Brokle, John, 292, 293

Bromeholme, Bromholme, John de, 23, 67, 93, 143, 147, 151

Bromele, Gilbert de, 7

Bromer, John, 295

Brond, Bronde, Hamo, 276
-, - Richard, 298
-, - - elected a Warden of the Sheathers, 186

Bronne. See Broun.

Bronnesford, Brunnesford, Simon de, 6, 46, 65, 145, 152, 173

Brook, John, 275

Broun, Broune, Brunne, &c., Adam, 83, 148, 152, 219
-, - Gilbert, 108
-, - John, 145, 148, 149, 266, 295, 296
-, - - de Fletestrete, 185
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 185
-, - - Elena, widow of, 185
-, - - John, son of, 185
-, - Roger, 13
-, - Simon, 49, 144, 152, 185
-, - Stephen, 219
-, - Thomas, 7, 48, 52, 56, 145, 152, 191, 212
-, - Walter, 276
-, - William, 8, 22, 29, 297
-, - - Mayor, dies during office, 300
-, - - senior, Mayor, dies during office, 298
-, - - junior, 298

Brounyng, Adam, 279

Brown, Stephen, 293, 294

Broyntone. See Breyntone.

Bruges, liberties of the inhabitants of, 50; merchants to appear at, to make claims against the Flemings, 231

Brugge, Bruge, John, 300, 301
-, - William atte, de Northlamb huthe, 112
-, - - Alice, widow of, 112

Bruggewater. See Briggewater.

Brunham, William de, 267

Brunne. See Broun.

Brus, Thomas, 261

Brusyngham. See Brisyngham.

Brutone, John de, 183

Brutyn, John, 142

Brykleswade, John de, 13. See also Bicleswade.

Brynchesle, Bryncheslee, John de, 194, 235
-, - William de, 12

Buddele, John, 280

Buffele, Walter de, 278

Buke, Peter, 277

Bukerell, Bokerell, Andrew, 278
-, - Matthew, 279
-, - Stephen, 278
-, - Thomas, 277

"Bulietti," "Bolietti," Nicholas, 249
-, - - Elizabeth, wife of, 249

Bullok, John, 209, 212

Bumsted, John de, elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 173
-, - William, 269

Buntynge, Henry, 263

Buquoynt, John, 276

Burdeux, John (de), 99, 195
-, - Reymund de, 40, 65

Burdeyn. See Bourdeyn.

Bures, Adam de, 35
-, - John (de), 237, 286

Burford, Berforde, Bartholomew, 270
-, - James de (Knt.), 121
-, - John de, 282

Burgate, Richard, 272

Burgeoys, John, de Horsham, 11

Burgh, Bergh, John de, 12
-, - Nicholas de, 47
-, - William de, 226

Burghcher (Bourchier), Robert de, Chancellor, 59

Burre, John, 102, 273

Bursers, Wardens of, sworn, 36. See also Pouchmakers.

Burstall, John de, 165

Burtone, John (de), 215
-, - - of Ely, 267, 268
-, - Ralph de, 12
-, - Thomas de, 146, 152
-, - William de, 239

Bury, Buri, Bery, Adam de, 23, 50, 55, 145, 150, 204, 206, 207, 208, 211, 220, 223, 245 265, 286, 287, 306
-, - - removed from the Mayoralty by the King, 287
-, - Cristian de, 80
-, - Henry de, elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 174
-, - John de, 13, 96
-, - Ralph de, 140, 258
-, - - Edmund, son of, 140
-, - - Leticia, daughter of, 140
-, - - Roisia, daughter of, wife of Peter de Henle, 140
-, - Richard de, elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 173
-, - Thomas de, 7, 22, 148
-, - William de, 36, 261

Buscre, Henry, de Malynes, 86
-, - - Edmund de Malynes, son of, 86

Bussard, John, de Thacchesham, 261

Busshe, Hugh, 262
-, - John, 47, 260

Busshons, Thomas, 13

Butchers of St. Nicholas Shambles, a parcel of land in Secollane granted to, for the purpose of their business, 84; ordinance prescribing days and stations for, 123; punished for set ting up stalls in the Poultry, 125; condemned to the pillory for selling putrid meat, 208

Butler, William (Knt.), 298, 300

Butt, William, 219

Bydoun, Robert, 265

Byfeld, Robert, 296

Byflet, Biflet, writs dated at, 32, 84

Bylaugh, Peter de, Queen's Attorney, 85, 86

Bynde, Robert, 13

Byndesbroke John de, 117

Bynge, Byngge, Henry, 215
-, - Roger, 272

Bys, William, 271

C

Cadan', Simon; 270

Cady, Walter, 251

Calais, forces to be dispatched to, 153, 165; corn not to be exported except to, 155, 170, 225; victuals sent to the King's army at, 166; captured by the King, 167; merchants invited to, id.; soldiers who had quitted the army for any cause ordered to return to, id.; Robert de Herle, Captain of, 225

Calewar, Richard, 72

Callere, Robert le, 173, 282
-, - - Henry, son of, 173

Calleward, John, 219

Caloce, George de, 120

Calthoppe, John 203

Cambirwelle, Camerwell, John de, 177
-, - - sworn a bailiff of the Weavers, 81

Cambrigge, William, 292. See also Cantebrege.

Cambyn, Cristina, 243

Campion, Ralph, beadle of Aldgate Ward, 199

Canaceon, Canachoen, Jakemyn, 120
-, - Matthew, 120

Candles, false, to be confiscated, 92

Candlewick Street Ward, 257; assess ments of, 3, 27, 33, 143, 148, 217, 219; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 23; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 212

Canoun, Canon, Adam. 101, 212, 213
-, - Thomas, 147, 151
-, - - elected and sworn a Warden of the "Heaumers," 169

Cantebrege, Cantebruge, Caunte brege, Henry de, 52
-, - Hugh de, 194
-, - John de, 141, 191, 195, 200, 202, 216, 224, 238, 283n.
-, - Ralph (de), 9, 23, 38, 49, 85, 127, 145, 151, 171, 204, 208, 210, 211, 212, 226, 234, 239, 243
-, - Robert de, 9, 106
-, - Thomas de, 57, 118, 144, 193, 213
-, - William de, 23, 85, 127, 171
-, - - Matilda, wife of, late wife of Philip Swift, 127 See also Cambrigge.

Cantelowe, William, 294

Canterbirs, Richard de, clerk of the King's kitchen, the keepership of Newgate desired for, 90, 91

Canterbury, Archbishops of: Stratford, John, 50, 90, 97
-, Sudbury, Sir Simon, 288

Canterbury, money changers appointed for, 120, 127

Canterbury, Caunterbury, John (de), 270, 282
-, - Thomas de, 16, 23, 46, 49, 52, 54, 204
-, - - John, son of, 204
-, - - Simon, son of, 204
-, - - Thomas, son of, 204
-, - - William, son of, 204
-, - - - Margery, mother of, 204
-, - - - Thomas de Kent, brother of, 204

Canynges, John, 269
-, - Thomas, 294

Capell, William (Knt.), 297, 298, 299

Caperon, Capron, John, 165
-, - Simon, 143

Carlele, Karlille, Karlyl, Adam, 270, 273, 289
-, - John de, 21
-, - Matthew, 273
-, - Richard de, 52, 53, 262

Carletone, Gilbert de, 26
-, - John de, 265
-, - Richard de, 7, 49, 96 97, 146, 150, 164, 188, 239
-, - Thomas, 271
-, - William de, 43, 111, 187

Carpenter, Charpenter, Nicholas le, 260
-, - Roger (le), 47, 65, 110, 122, 132, 145, 150, 160, 177, 182, 200, 221
-, - - Alice, daughter of, wife of George Cosyn, 221
-, - - Thomas, son of, 200
-, - Thomas, 160
-, - William le, 139

Carter, William le, de Fynchesle, 265

Carters, schedule of tolls to be taken by, 123; appointed to keep clean the port of Dounegate, id.

Casewelle, William de, 27

Castel, Richard atte, 219

Castle Baynard Ward, 159, 249, 272; assessments of, 4, 9, 27, 34, 144, 149, 217, 219; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 21; a claim by John Fitz Walter to certain franchises in, disallowed, 169; Adam Brabassoun, Alderman of, 187; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 213

Castr', Castr[o], William de, 252-261

Cateloigne, Robert, 279

Catelyn, Richard, 274

Catworth, Thomas, 293, 294

Caumpes, Roger de, 144, 147, 148, 151, 177, 185, 213 See also Chaumpes.

Caunteneye, John de, 42
-, - - John, son of, 42
-, - - - Johanna de Hake neye, mother of, 42

Cauntone, John, 301

Caustone, Henry de, 237
-, - John de, 2, 16, 37, 39, 40, 45, 46, 48, 76, 80, 87, 104, 110, 112, 119, 123, 132, 137, 139, 140, 141, 144, 149, 154, 156, 158, 159, 170, 174, 181, 213, 253, 259, 264, 284, 304
-, - - Alderman of Billingsgate Ward, 104
-, - Michael de, 21
-, - Nicholas de, 8, 22, 36, 47, 71, 144, 151
-, - Richard de, 235
-, - Robert de, 252
-, - Theobald de, 7, 17, 47
-, - William de, 7, 31, 35, 36, 40, 46, 63, 78, 80, 81 87, 92, 113, 123, 139, 144, 150, 155, 159, 170, 181, 228, 245, 250, 251, 253, 258, 259, 261, 283, 306
-, - - junior, 221

Caux, Walter, 165

Cave, Richard de, 23
-, - Thomas, 273
-, - William (de), 6, 9, 17, 18, 49, 96, 97, 144, 151, 164, 188

Cavenard, Richard, 13

Cavendisshe, Cavendysshe, John de, 95, 97, 150, 253
-, - Martin de, 39
-, - R[ ] de, 39
-, - Stephen (de), 200, 224 238, 268, 286, 287
-, - Thomas de, 6, 47, 97, 118, 144, 145, 150, 177
-, - - John, son of, 145

Cawode, William, 275

Caxtone, Roger de, 11
-, - Thomas de, 125

Ceccano, Anmbale, Bp. of Tusculum, 88, 209n.

"Centainer," 11n.

Cestre, Alan de, 13
-, - Walter de, 26

Chadde, John, 275

Chadesle, John de, 260, 261

Chalfhunt, John de, 220

Chalk, William de, 200
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 200

Chalkes, Alice de, 267

Chalton, Chaltone, Thomas, 293, 294

Chamber of the Guildhall, Serjeants of the, appointed, 31, 36, 66, 124, 139, 191
-, - Serjeants of: Bedewell, Thomas de, 66
-, Grenewych, Antony, son of Nicho las de, 191
-, Greyngham, William de, 124
-, Lambyn, John, son of William, 139
-, Neuport, Thomas de, 191, 223, 224
-, Simond, William, 36, 39
-, Snellyng, Simon, 31, 125

Chamberlain of the Guildhall, Thomas de Waldene elected, loco Thomas de Maryns, deceased, 191; execu tors of Thomas de Maryns render account, 196; Richard Odiham elected, 288
-, - accounts of, 3-5, 54-5
-, - - Auditors of, 15, 16, 89, 154, 196

Chamberlains:
-, Cantebrigge, Cauntebrigge, &c., John de, 141, 191, 200, 202, 216, 224
-, Horn, Andrew, 140
-, Maryns, Thomas de, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 15, 16, 19, 28, 31, 37, 42, 45, 49, 50, 53, 54, 56, 60, 62, 63, 65, 66, 67, 70, 71, 73, 74,

Chamberlains:
-, 76, 79, 80, 82, 85, 86, 87, 89, 93, 95, 99, 104, 107, 109, 112, 113, 114, 117, 118, 119, 121, 124, 125, 127, 130, 131, 132, 133, 135, 136, 137, 140, 142, 154, 156, 157, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 167, 170, 171, 172, 175, 176, 177, 179, 181, 182, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 191, 196
-, Odiham, Richard, 288
-, Seccheford, Henry de, 31
-, Waldene, Thomas de, 39, 191, 193, 194, 195, 196, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 207, 209, 210, 211, 214, 216, 217, 221, 222, 224, 225, 229, 230, 231, 236, 237, 239, 241, 243, 246, 249

Champneys, John, 301, 302

Chapeler, William, 117
-, - - Athelina, wife of, 117

Chapman, John (le), 12, 205
-, - William, 293

Charnels, John, Constable of Bordeaux, 224, 244

Charneye, John, the Coroner, 271

Charpenter. See Carpenter.

Charrynge, John de, 250, 259

Charteneys, John, 181, 208

Chat, Chate, Peter, 121, 147, 149

Chaucer, Chauucer, Henry, 218
-, - John, 224, 249
-, - - vintner, assents to certain regulations for the sale of wine, 78
-, - Nicholas, 238
-, - Richard (le), 47, 82, 132, 145, 152, 256
-, - William, 132

Chaumberleyn, Adam, 192, 201
-, - Gilbert le, 38
-, - - "Anneyse," wife of, 38
-, - Paulin, 12
-, - Ralph le, 27
-, - William, 104, 276

Chaumbre, Roger atte, 11

Chaumpayne, John de, 112, 252

Chaumpes, Richard de, 282. See also Caumpes.

Chaumpion, Chaumpyon, Champyon, Ralph, 212
-, - Thomas, 146, 149-50
-, - Walter, 302

Chaundeler, Adam le, 18, 37
-, - Amyel le, 175n.
-, - - Christina la Chaundeller, daughter of, 175n.
-, - - Matilda, wife of, daughter of William de Manhale and late wife of John de Banham, 175

Chaundeler, Johanna, daughter of Matilda, wife of Amyel le, 175n.
-, - Margaret, daughter of Matilda, 175n.
-, - Arnald le, 22
-, - Hugh le, 250, 259
-, - - collector of custom at Bisshopesgate, 116
-, - John (le), 49, 166, 251
-, - - de Billyngesgate, 40
-, - - de Grascherche, 147, 152
-, - - atte Stockes, 145, 150
-, - Michael, 272
-, - Peter le, 264
-, - Ralph (le), 92, 208, 239
-, - Richard le, 259
-, - Robert le, 92
-, - - Alice, wife of, 92
-, - Roger (le), 6, 48, 146, 150
-, - Simon le, 258
-, - Thomas (le), 117, 213, 252
-, - Walter, 266
-, - William (le), 112
-, - - collector of custom at Aldresgate and Crepelgate, 116
-, - - de Holbourne, 265

Chauntecler, Roger, 48, 284

Chauntour, Robert, 156

Chawry, Richard, 296, 297

Chayham, Cheyham, William de, 146, 152, 179
-, - - Agnes, widow of, 179
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, 179
-, - - Lucy, daughter of, 179
-, - - Margaret, daughter of, 179

Cheap (Chepe) Ward, 275; assessments of, 3, 9, 27, 34, 144, 148, 217, 218; Aldermen of, Reginald de Conduit, 18, 63; Simon Fraunceys, 57, 62; names of men chosen from, to safe guard the City, 21; names of men elected from, to see that the ordi nances regulating wages are observed, 213

Chedyngtone, Walter de, 213

Cheke, Peter, 147

Chelchehethe, Chelchethe, William de, 102, 265

Chelmyngton, William de, 218

Chelreye, Chelry, William (de), 76, 82, 261

Cheney, Chene, Sir Alexander de, 76n.
-, - - William, son of, 76

Chepe, murage of, let to ferm, 39, 66; a stone house in, 67; the Stone Cross in, 111; Pepperers of, 127; sale of small victuals, &c., in, to be put down as a nuisance, 179-80
-, - Ward of. See Cheap Ward.

Cherde, Philip de, a mason, elected for assize of nuisances, &c., 127

Cherletone, John de, 108

Chert, John, 199

Chertsey, Chertesey, Robert, 303
-, - Walter (de), 103, 259, 293

Chesewyk, Walter de, 31
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, widow of John Plomer de Kynges tone, 31

Chesham, Richard de, 203
-, - William de, 79

Chester, Earl of See Cornwall, Ed ward, Duke of

Chester, Chestre, Henry de, 52
-, - John de, 220
-, - Richard, Sheriff, dies during office, 296
-, - Thomas de, fined for selling shoes of bazen as being of cordwain, 103
-, - William de, 218, 243

Chesthunte, Robert de, 7
-, - Walter de, 53, 108

Chestrefeld, John de, 256

Cheversdone, John de, the King's Seneschal of Gascony, 223-4

Cheyne, William, 268, 270, 272

Cheyner, Henry (le), 7, 47, 63

Chichele, Chychele, Chechele, Robert, 274, 275, 291, 292
-, - William, 291

Chichestre, Cicestre, John (de), 146, 152, 216, 235, 268, 286, 287

Chigwell, Chegewelle, "Chekewelle," Alan de, 22
-, - Hamo de, 140, 283, 284
-, - Richard, 281

Chikesonde, Simon, 213

Child, Thomas, 231

Chilham, Thomas de, 219

Chin lez Tournai, 54

Chippenham, John de, 39

Chircheman, John, 289

Chiritone, Chirytone, Walter de, 144, 152

Chiviot, Richard, 19

Choppyng, Richard, 302

Christ Church, Canterbury, Prior and Convent of, 67

Chymeu, Bartholomew, 144, 150

Cicestre. See Chichestre.

Cinque Ports, the, 50; William Trus sel, Admiral of, 33

Citron, Antonin, 147

City, the, dispute with the Bishop of Bedleem, 2, 3; to be kept for the King during his absence abroad, 20; ordinances for safe guarding, 21-3; raises armed forces to aid the King in the wars, 25-7, 106, 119, 122, 217-20, 232; to fortify the Thames against invasion, 28; furnishes ships for the war, 32, 159-60, 166; in account with the Exchequer, 53; writs for safeguard ing, 57; indemnified for ending dis turbance between the Fishmongers and Skinners, 58; no Justice to sit within, except at the Tower, at Neu gate, and St. Martin le Grand, 59- 60; claims privileges at an Iter, 61-62; search to be made in, for dis turbers of the peace, 62; to be taxed with the Commons of the realm, 68; objects to paying Queen's gold on free gifts to the King, 69-70; the King's peace to be preserved in, 88, 138, 190; not to be prejudiced by a commission appointed to inquire into exportation of wool, 98; money changers appointed for, 120, 127; complaint made by, touching defi ciency of chantry priests in St. Paul's, 124; new statutes for the better government of, 127; lepers to be removed from, 138; the Hospital of St. Mary of Bethlem taken under protection of, 154; perambulation of, 159; the Commonalty of, elect one of the Sheriffs, 169; petitions the King's Council for relief from burdens, 206; petitions against confirming the ordinance granting free trade to merchant strangers, 229, 242-3; its ferm, 239; to put itself into array to meet invasion, 247

City, the, Bailiffs of:
-, Duresme, William, 280
-, Hervy, Walter, 280
-, - Wardens of: Bretoun, John, 281, 282
-, Dalyngregge, Edward, Knt., 290
-, FitzRichard, William, 280
-, Frowik, Henry de, 280
-, Radyngtone, Baldewyn, 290
-, Sandwich, Ralph de, 281, 282
-, South, Alan, 280

City Attorney, the, Geoffrey de Astone, 85

City Custom, as to returning records from the Husting to Justices sitting at St. Martin le Grand, 64

City Ditches, the, bathing forbidden in, 215

City Fleet, under the Admiral of the West or Admiral of the North? 118, 130

City Franchises, an aid furnished by the City for the Duchy of Aquitaine, not to be made a precedent, 10-11; not to be prejudiced by statute enacted at York granting free trade to foreigners, 14; not to be prejudiced by sending a force by way of convoy of wool, 32; allowed, 34, 59-60; not to be prejudiced by the establishment of a wool staple in Brabant and free importation of cloth into England, &c., 50-1; not to be prejudiced by an inquiry touching wool not cocketed, 77, 78

City Gates, the, steps taken for guard ing, 21-3. See also Aldersgate, Aldgate, Cripplegate, and Ludgate.

City Macebearer, office of, Robert Flambard exonerated from, and John Bevyn elected in his place, 30

City Wall, a new wall near Cripple gate to be made, 15; murage allowed for three years in aid of, 24; a tenement adjoining, near the Preaching Friars, to be abated, 159

Clapitus, Clapitous, Claptus, William (de), 7, 21, 45, 47, 85, 144, 152, 155, 156, 158, 161, 162, 165, 173, 182, 184, 264, 285, 304

Clapthorpe, William de, 267

Clapwelle, Robert de, 146

Clare, Robert de, called "de Manhale,' 114. See also Manhale.

Claryndon (Clarendon, co. Wilts), writ dated from, 11

Claverynge, Claveryngge, Richard de, 146, 151, 208, 212, 226, 234, 239

Clay, Thomas de, 250

Clayhurst, John de, de Grenewych, 195

Cleaungre, Richard (de), 209

Clement VI, Pope, his claim to eccle siastical patronage in England, 87, 93; recommends Edward III. to make peace with France, and reply thereto, 161; letter from the City to, touching John de Worthyn, 206; the same, touching Richard (de) Cleaungre, 209

Clerk, Clerc, John (le), 12, 91, 146, 152, 208, 209, 218, 235 See also Northalle.
-, - Nicholas (le), 21, 56, 57, 180, 195
-, - Richard le, 114, 148, 254
-, - Robert le, 260
-, - Thomas de Rokeby, called le, 250
-, - William (le), 17, 93, 156, 162, 167, 182

Cleve. See Clive.

Cliderhowe, Cliderhou, Robert de, 83, 102

Cliftone, Clyftone, John de, 78
-, - William de, 266

Clippyng, Conrad, 49

Clive, Cleve, Goscelin de, 41, 48, 146, 149, 219, 221, 225
-, - - Richard de, 272

Clopham, William de, 99

Cloptone, Hugh, 297
-, - Richard (de), 218, 293
-, - Robert, 293
-, - William de, 218

Cloth, free importation of, allowed, 50; statute ordaining assize of, 229-30, 232

Clothworkers, protection given to foreign, 111

Cobbe, Alexander, 22
-, - Walter, 22, 125

Cobham, Henry (de), 278
-, - Sir Reginald de (Knt.), 124

Cockeslane, 117

Cocket, 59n., 77

Coddeswold, John, 269

"Codnet," 111

Cofford (Cosford?), Henry de, 21

Coffrer, Peter le, 9

Coggere, Roger, 214

Coggeshale, Cogesale, John de, 49, 53, 78, 110, 136, 145, 150, 160, 177, 182, 194, 261

Coinage, new, 94, 95, 107, 109, 131, 143, 154, 164, 232; proclamation to be made against refusing the new, 164

Cok, Coke, Cokke, &c., Hugh atte, 22, 46
-, - James, 275
-, - Peter le, 92
-, - Robert atte, 269
-, - Walter de Braylesham, called le, 65
-, - William called, fined 40d. for selling shoes of basen as made of cordwain, 124-5

Cokenaye, John, de Stratford, 160

Cokey, Richard, 13

Cokham, William de, 241

Colchester, Archdeacons of:
-, Melford, William de, 135
-, Plessys, Richard de, 135

"Coldherberwe," tenement called, granted to the Earl of Hereford and Essex by John de Pulteneye, 158

Cole, John, 8, 83

Colebroke, Colbroke, Roland, Rouland (de), 12, 208

Coleman, Colman, John, 164
-, - Richard, of Little Abyton, 112

Coleman Street Ward, assessments of, 4, 9, 27, 34, 144, 149, 217; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 22; William de Thorneye elected Alderman of, loco Ralph de Uptone, deceased, 71; William de Thorneye, Alderman of, 172, names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 213

Colet, Henry (Knt.), 296, 297

Colewell, Colewelle, John de, 47, 108, 145, 150, 155, 170, 187, 245
-, - - Margery, daughter of, wife of Richard de Waletone, 245

Colle, Thomas de, 111

Colleye, Thomas de, gauger of wine, 95, 134

Colmworth, co. Beds, 189

Coloine, Coloigne, John de, 53, 204
-, - Roger de, 53

Colon', Dame Gertrude de, 20
-, - - Herman le Heaumer, son of, 20
-, - - Peter, son of, 20

Coluche, "Colo," 49

Colwiche, Robert, 296

Combemartyn, Henry (de), 8, 46, 284
-, - William, 282

Combes, William, 293

Common Clerk. See Town Clerk.

Common Council, names of the first elected, 162; of 1351 elected from the misteries, 237-8

Common Crier. See Common Serjeant Crier.

Common Serjeant, William de Iford, 83, 304
-, - Adam de Acres elected, 234

Common Serjeant Crier, Nicholas de Abyndone elected, 87

Compworth, Simon de, 176

"Conderley" (Tunderle) , Reginald, 282

Conduit, the, at Tyburne, 28
-, - in Chepe, 123; Wardens of, render account, 28-9; complaint made that its water was too much used by brewers, 29; brewers not to use the water of, 128
-, - Wardens of the: Atte Barnette, John, 29
-, Foundour, Robert le, 303
-, Gaunt, Richard de, 28
-, Peautier, Thomas le, 28
-, - William le, 29
-, St. Alban, William de, 303

Conduit, Condite, Condut, Geoffrey atte, 282
-, - John atte (de), 82

Conduit, Condite, Condut, John atte (de), custody of the gate on London Bridge granted to, 138
-, - Reginald de, 4, 5, 29, 48, 63, 144, 150, 159, 162, 165, 174, 284, 285
-, - - Alderman of Cheap Ward, 18, 63
-, - Robert atte, 3
-, - Stephen atte (de), 20, 22
-, - Walter atte, 81, 82, 107, 145, 151
-, - William atte 133
-, - - Katherine, wife of, late wife of Peter le Convers, 133
-, - - - Alice, daughter of, 133

Convers, Peter le, 133
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 133
-, - - Katherine, late wife of, wife of William atte Conduyt, 133

Coo, Thomas le, 21, 119

Cook, "Denny" le, 12
-, - Geoffrey, 166
-, - John (le) 182, 208
-, - - "chaucer," 12
-, - - de Berkynge, 12
-, - Robert le, 12
-, - - John, son of, 12
-, - Stephen le, 181
-, - Thomas, 294, 295
-, - Walter (le), 22, 172, 250
-, - William (le), 165, 219
-, - - elected a bailiff of the Weavers, 156 See also Keu.

Copel, John, 92

Copham, Thomas de, the King's Ar mourer, 62

Copinger, Copynger, William, 298
-, - - dies during Mayoralty, 299

Copyn, Thomas, 212

Corbrigge, Hugh de, Master of "Bal liolhall," Oxford, 80

Corby, merchants of. See Amyas, Neel, and Corby.

Cordewaner, Cordwaner, David le, 262
-, - Edward (le), 212, 263
-, - Gervase le, 278

Cordewanerstrete, 87, 173

Cordwain, shoes of basen instead of, seized, 118, 124-5

Cordwainers, Wardens of the, seize false shoes, 118, 124-5, 128

Cordwainer Street Ward, assessments of, 4, 9, 27, 33, 144, 149, 217, 218; names of men chosen from, to safe guard the City, 21; Aldermen of, John de Grantham, 65, 82; Andrew Aubrey, 132; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 213; William de Excestre, beadle of, 255

Coresle, William de, 267

Cork, citizens of, to be quit of murage, 44

Corn, restrictions on exportation of, 41, 93, 155, 170, 225, 241, 242, 244; Wardens of the corn-markets elected and sworn, 83; proclama tion touching sale of, 100-1; over seers appointed touching sale of, 101-2; illegal enhancement of price of, 165, 166; not to be taken by the King's purveyors for fear of scarcity during Parliament, 227

Corner, Cornere, Peter atte, 4, 83
-, - Richard atte, 103, 125, 259
-, - - Avice, widow of, 103, 104, 125
-, - - Richard, son of, 103
-, - - William, brother of, 103
-, - Simon atte, 100
-, - William atte, 125, 187, 213, 215, 255, 259
-, - - Isabella, wife of, 187

Cornerthe, Thomas, 238

Cornevile, William, 275

Cornhill, Cornhull, the pillory on, 68; lease of a seld on, 171; sale of small victuals, &c., on, to be put down as a nuisance, 179-80

Cornhill Ward, 99, 275; assessments of, 3, 9, 27, 33, 143, 148, 217, 219: names of men chosen from, to safe guard the City, 23; John Hamond, Alderman of, 38, 171; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are ob served, 212

Cornhulle, Henry de, 276
-, - Robert (de), 279, 280
-, - Ste, hen, 281

Cornwaleys, Thomas, 269, 272, 288

Cornwall, Edward, Duke of, guardian of the realm, 25, 28, 30, 32, 38, 84, 87, 288; letter from the King to, announcing victory of Sluys, 53; his writ for a Council at Westminster, 54; summons the citizens to safe guard the City, 57; holds a Parlia ment, 80

Cornwall, Cornubia, Cornwaille, &c., John de, 218
-, - Ralph de, 220
-, - Robert de, 218
-, - Stephen de, 257
-, - Thomas de, 13, 21, 52
-, - Walter de, a broker for the Mis tery of Skinners, 164
-, - William de, 26, 129, 265, 266

Coroner, John le, 10

Coroner, Laurence le, 21
-, - William le, 17

Coroners:
-, Charneye, John, 271
-, Foxtone, John de, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265
-, Pokelyngtone, John, 274
-, Scardeburgh, John de, 273
-, Shirbourne, Shirburn, John de, 19, 255
-, Suttone, Henry de, 266, 267, 268

Corp, Corpe, Gerard, committed to prison and fined for insulting the Mayor, 40
-, - Nicholas, 65, 147, 149, 169
-, - Simon, 283
-, - Thomas, 40, 65

Cort, Robert, 117

Cory, Robert, 267

Cosford. See Cofford.

Cosselee, John de, 128

Costantyn, Custantyn, John, 189, 211
-, - Richard, 5, 7, 11, 29, 31, 36, 40, 46, 47, 62, 81, 250, 251, 255, 284
-, - - Alderman of Cripplegate Ward, 91
-, - Roger, 250, 266
-, - William, 295

Cosyn, George, 221
-, - - Alice, wife of, daughter of Roger le Carpenter, 221
-, - John, 156
-, - - Edmund, son of, 156
-, - - Johanna, late wife of, 156
-, - William, 221, 282

Cote, Henry, 297
-, - Simon, 85

Cotel, Richard, 12, 26, 218

Cotes, John (Knt.), 302, 303

Cotiller, Geoffrey le, 57
-, - Peter, 275
-, - Stephen le, 5, 22, 29n.

Cotoun, Cotone, John, 6, 284

Cotton, Walter, 291

Coufot, Tydeman, 174

Coule, John de, elected and sworn a broker of wool, 121

Coumbe, John de, 173

Coundres (Couudres?), John, 278

Coupeland, John de, 220

Coupere, John le, 13
-, - Richard, 198, 269
-, - William le, 256

Courtenay, John de, 69

Courtesy, tenure by, 76

Courtrey, John, 225

Cove, Henry de, called 'atte Mersshe," 177. S-e also Atte March.

Coventre, burgesses of, to be quit of toll, &c., 23, 24

Coventre, Covyntre, Henry (de), 279, 281
-, - John de, 76, 261, 292
-, - Jordan de, 278
-, - Richard de, 136, 149, 198
-, - - Katherine, wife of, daughter of Richard de Essex, 136
-, - William de, 13, 26, 165, 267

Coventry and Lichfield, Bishop of, Roger de Northburgh, 51

Cow-hides, free trade allowed in, 29

"Cradilbondes," 269n.

Craft, John, 271

Crane, Nicholas, 8, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 27, 29, 31, 40, 46 189, 249, 285
-, - Roger, 272

Craustoke, John de, 145, 151

Craye, Hugh de, 103, 184, 254
-, - Stephen de, 103, 183
-, - - Stephen, son of, 103, 183

Credil, Credyl, William, 130, 136, 139, 156, 204, 234, 236, 239

Creke, Geoffrey, 219

Crepelgate, Crepulgate, Cristina de, 208
-, - John de, 239

Cressingham, Cressyngham, John de, 17, 18, 85, 144, 147, 151, 173, 203, 204, 213
-, - - junior, 21, 220
-, - - Matilda, wife of, widow of Hamo le Barber, 220
-, - - - John, son of, 220

Crete, wine of, 246

Cricherche. See Holy Trinity.

Crikkelee, Crikelee, John de, 21, 98

Cripplegate, gate of, to be repaired, 9, 15; a gate keeper's house at, 15; collector of custom at, 116; hermi tage near, 180

Cripplegate Ward, Within and With out, assessments of, 4 9, 27, 33, 144, 148, 217, 218; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 22; Aldermen of, Richard Costan tyn, 91; William de Pounfreyt, 162; Richard Tailboys, Serjeant of, 91; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 213

Crips, William, de Bockebroke, 13

Crokedelane, la, 134

Crokhorne, John, 251

Cros, Andrew, 147, 152
-, - Gilbert, 213
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 213
-, - - Amy, daughter of, 213
-, - - Isabella, daughter of, wife of Richard Loverik de Sandwyche, 213, 214

Cros, Henry, 6, 48, 146, 149
-, - - elected and sworn a War- den of London Bridge, 2
-, - John atte, 12
-, - Thomas, 282
-, - William, 112

Crosby, John (Knt.), 295

Crouche, Edmund atte, 270
-, - Thomas atte, 128, 159
-, - William atte, 31

Crowmere, William, 274, 291, 292

Croydone, Croidone, John de, 6, 9, 22, 48, 52, 54, 66, 75, 96, 111, 122, 139, 143, 147, 148, 150, 155, 156, 158, 161, 162, 165, 182, 184, 262, 263, 264, 285, 304
-, - John le Marechal de, 13
-, - Richard de, 27, 235, 287
-, - Robert de, 267

Crulfeld, Thomas de, 12

Crumpe, Thomas, 218

Crutched Friars, the, 248

Crymelford, Geoffrey, 272

Cryngelford, William de, 267

Curfew sounded at St. Martin le Grand, 190

Cursone, John, 269

Curteys, Curtes, Gilbert, 48, 145, 150, 185
-, - Gilbert le Freynsshe called, 160
-, - John, 265
-, - Robert, of Bristol, his death compassed by Hildebrand Suder man, 236, 240
-, - Thomas, 8, 303
-, - Walter, 253
-, - William, 177 See also Brikelesworth.

Cusance, William, 77

Custom, collectors of, summoned to Westminster, 58; appointed, 116; on wool, &c., apportioned between incoming and outgoing Sheriffs, 133-4; on wool, &c., collectors of, 206

Cusyn, John de la, 205

Cutlers, the, Mistery of, men sworn to safeguard, 57; articles of, 110; Wardens appointed to keep the same, id.

D

Dace taken in the Thames, 141

Dalby, William de, 210

Dallynge, Dallyngge, John de, 4, 6, 9, 15, 16, 22, 36, 47, 54, 71, 80, 87, 144, 147, 149, 151, 154, 179, 220, 283
-, - Thomas de, 13

Dalyngregge, Edward (knt.), 290

Damory, Richard, 242

Dancastre, William, 270

Dane, Simon atte, 258

Dansete, Martin, of Bayonne, 49

Danvers, Edmund, 214
-, - - Isabella Swanlond, wife of, 214

Dany, Thomas, 272

Danyel, Thomas, 209, 212, 296

Darci, Darcy, Henry, 2, 7, 18, 20, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 40, 46, 49, 55, 78, 91, 96, 105, 106, 122, 123, 139, 144, 151, 158, 159, 172, 174, 188, 189, 249, 250, 251, 284, 285
-, - - Margery, wife of, 105, 106
-, - - Alderman of Walbrook Ward, 188

Darnel, Richard, 37
-, - - Richard, son of, 37
-, - - William, brother of, 37

Darry, John, 181

"Dast" (Diest), certain merchants of, appointed the King's money chan gers, 120, 127

Dastewyk, John, 144, 152

Daubeneye, Peter, 145, 149

Dauncer, William, 14

Dauntesey, William, 302

Daventre, John, 271

Dawes, John, Sheriff, dies during office, 300

Debeloun, William, 128

Debenham, John de, 52

Dedham, Hugh de, 7

Dencourt, Thomas, 218

Dene, John, 128
-, - Michael de, 26
-, - Robert atte, 257

Denecombe, Henry (de), 8, 9

Denewey, Gilbert, 262
-, - John, 259

Denham, John de, 22, 31
-, - William, 302

Denneye, Denny, Geoffrey, 196, 235
-, - - Cecilia, wife of, 235

Dentone, Thomas de, 11
-, - William de, 252

Denys, Boydin, 131
-, - John, 274, 275
-, - Richard, 8, 21, 45, 133
-, - - John, son of, 45
-, - - Richard, son of, 45
-, - - Roisia, late wife of, 45
-, - - Thomas, son of, 45

Depedene, Hugh de, 24
-, - John de, 180

Depham, John de, 145, 150
-, - Roger de, 30, 31, 36, 39, 40, 42, 45, 46, 50, 56, 59, 65, 71, 76, 77, 78, 80, 81, 87, 91, 96, 98, 104, 110, 112, 115, 122, 123, 128, 131, 132, 137, 139, 153, 156, 157, 158, 159, 165, 174, 176, 177, 183, 186, 188, 189, 195, 196, 199, 200, 201, 203, 204, 207, 209, 210, 211, 214, 215, 216, 222, 223- 224, 225, 229, 230, 231, 235, 236, 239, 241, 243, 245, 246, 248, 249, 250, 251, 253, 254, 255, 257, 258, 259, 261, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 304, 306
-, - Thomas de, Small Balance granted to, 114

Depleye, John de, 193
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 193
-, - - - Thomas, son of, son of Richard, son of Richard de Basyngstoke, 193

Derby, Earl of. See Lancaster,
-, Henry de

Derby, Dereby, John (de), 12, 294
-, - Nicholas, 203
-, - Robert de, 96, 258
-, - William de, 53, 82, 87, 132, 145, 151, 180, 200, 238, 239

Dere, William, 294

Derewent, Richard, 13
-, - Robert, 13

Dertford, Derteford, Walter de, 257, 258
-, - William de, 220

Desart, Roger, 276

"Desebournelane," 184

Despenser, Hugh le, 90n.

Deubeneye. See Dieubeneye.

Deumars, Bartholomew, 6, 9, 23, 33, 46, 56, 61, 62, 65, 79, 98, 123, 142, 144 149, 159, 223, 253, 254, 255, 264, 285, 304, 306
-, - - Alderman of Bishopsgate Ward, 86
-, - - junior, 145, 152
-, - John, 142
-, - - Margery, late wife of, 142
-, - - - Hawysia, dau. of, 142
-, - Richard, 144, 152

Deveneshire, William de, 62, 252

Devenisshe, Deveneys, Devenych, John (le), 13, 26, 53, 76, 147, 152
-, - Robert, 11
-, - William, 254

Deverons (Deverous?), Robert, elected a Warden of the Sheathers, 186

Deynes, John, 8, 22, 47, 145, 150, 213, 238, 287

Dieghere, Dyeghere, Gilbert le, 37, 47
-, - Nicholas le, 255
-, - William le, 251

Diest. See "Dast."

Dieubeneye, Deubeneye, Dieuboneye, Nicholas, 23
-, - Ralph, 256
-, - William, de Blecchyngleye, 115
-, - - Mabel, wife of, 115
-, - - Walter, son of, 115

Dirlande, Nicholas, 13

Disshere, Bartholomew le, 252
-, - Robert le, 262
-, - - de Wodestrete, 161, 307

Dittone, writs dated at, 93, 94

Dittone, Benedict de, 177

Dobbes, Richard, 303

Dode, John, 35, 70
-, - - Matilda, daughter of, wife of Robert de Hannam, 35, 70
-, - - William, son of, 70

Dodeford, Adam de, 47

Dodele, William de, 26

Dodmer, Ralph, 301, 302

Dofhous, John, 293

Doget, "Joen," 299
-, - Walter, 288
-, - William, 48, 146, 147

Dolsely, Dolsaly, Dolselly, &c., Simon, 141, 144, 151, 187, 188, 189, 190, 193, 205, 207, 209, 215, 223, 227, 228, 235, 248, 268, 286, 306
-, - Thomas, 235, 268
-, - - elected to attend a Council, 222

Dolwyche, John, 128

Doo, John le 12
-, - Stephen, 279
-, - William, 162
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 162

Dordragh' (Dordrecht), 254

Dordright, Simon de, 260

Dorelle, Richard, 270

Dormer, Michael (knt.), 302, 303

Double, Ralph, 225
-, - Richard, 7, 23, 48, 96, 104, 139, 145, 149, 215
-, - William, 146

Doune, John, 162

Dover, port of, 118

Dowgate, port of, certain carters appointed to keep clean the, 123

Dowgate Ward, in., 98; assessments of, 3, 9, 27, 33, 143, 148, 217, 220; names of men chosen from, to safe guard the City, 23; names of men elected from, to see that the ordi nances regulating wages are ob served, 212; Bartholomew de Prestelynge elected Alderman of, 247

Dragoner, Adam le, 27

Draper, William, 275

Drapers of London object to the Statute of Cloth, 229-30

Drapery, brokers of, 129

"Draynet," 111

Drayton, Dreytone, Bartholomew de, de "Est Jernemuth," 162
-, - John de, 12, 13, 52, 53, 156, 161, 196, 224, 235, 236, 263
-, - Robert de, 82
-, - William de, 193, 235

Drewe, Dreu, William, 212, 223

Drope, Robert, 295, 296

Drury, Nigel, 282

Dublin, citizens of, to be quit of murage, 44-5

Dugard, John, 272, 273

Duk, John, de Mundene, 264

Duke, Robert, 62
-, - Roger (le), 276, 278
-, - Thomas, 275, 291
-, - Walter, 203

Duket, Nicholas, 276

Dundalk, Richard, 13

Dunle, John de, 95
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 95

Dunmowe, Donmowe, Richard, 208, 219
-, - Roger de, murage of Chepe demised to, 66
-, - - called "le Baillyf," 39

Dunstaple, Donstaple, John, 282
-, - Nicholas de, junior, 7
-, - Thomas de, 11

Dunstone, William de, 44

Dunwych, Donewyche, John de, 12, 101

Durant, Duraunt, John, 13
-, - Robert, 276

Durham, Dureme, Duresme, John de, 24, 40
-, - Stephen de, 23
-, - Thomas, 278
-, - William, 279, 280

Dustone, William de, 260, 261

Dych, Dyche, John atte, 208-9
-, - Richard atte, 212

Dycon, Dycoun Elyas, 26, 96
-, - Robert, 263

Dyers of London appoint brokers of woad, 110; appoint a measurer of woad, 192

Dyke, Dyk, Hugh, 293
-, - William, 236

Dykeman, John, 74
-, - - Richard, son of, 74
-, - Philip, 7, 21, 48, 146
-, - William, 146, 151, 195, 287

Dymenel, Dymenell, Henry, 266
-, - Richard, 114

Dymmoke, Dymmok, Richard, 254
-, - Walter, 12

Dynbegh, John, 47

Dyry, William, 191

E

Eastry (co. Kent) writ dated at, 80

Ebor', Eboraco. See York.

Ecclesiastical patronage, Papal claims to, opposed by Parliament, 87, 93

Eckles, Richard de, 256

Edelmetone, Henry de, 278

Edindon, Edyngdone, William de, 98
-, - - Bishop of Winchester, 206

Edmund, William, 115
-, - - Hugh, son of, 115
-, - - - Walter, son of, 115
-, - - - - Katherine dau. of, 115

Edward, Duke of Cornwall, &c. See Cornwall.

Edward, John, 193
-, - William, 260, 294, 295

Edward I., his charter to Winchester, 41; Margaret, wife of, 69

Edward II., writ that the City be not troubled in respect of a claim by Margaret, wife of Edward I., for Queen's gold, 69

Edward III., debts of, to the City, 2; fifteenth granted to, 3, 17; loans and gifts to, 5, 6-8, 143, 235, 236-7; letters patent of, touching aid fur nished by the City for Aquitaine, 10, 11; writs touching a force to be sent to Portsmouth, 10, 11, 106, 122, 130, 133, 137, 138, 141; letters patent confirming the City's rights notwithstanding a statute made at York granting free trade to foreigners, 14; writ for arrest of armed men and those who hold unlawful gatherings, 19; against vintners mixing bad wine with good and not allowing their customers to see whence the wine is drawn, 19, 77; the City to be kept on behalf of, in his absence abroad, 20, 21-3, 28, 57; leaves England, 20, 25, 205, writ to let burgesses of Coventry pass free of toll, &c., 23, 24; letters patent granting murage to the City for five years, 24; writ for a City force to be sent to Ipswich, 25; writs for citizens to attend a Council, 25, 54, 80, 222, 247; for election of City mem bers of Parliament, 30, 32, 38, 41, 44, 52, 84, 100, 142, 171, 178, 226, 240; writ for merchants of Sarum to be quit of murage, 32; letters patent that a City force to convoy wool abroad should not prejudice the City's franchises, 32; writs for the City to furnish ships and men for the war, 32, 159, 166; grants the ferm of Southwark to the City, 37-8; writ allowing exporta tion of corn, 41; his charter to the City of Winchester, id.; writ for shipowners to confer with the King's Council and to prepare ships to cross the sea, 41, 73, 94; his arrival at Sluys, 43; his claim to the crown of France id.; a loan of £5,000 to, 45-6; assessment for the same, 46-9; forbids ships to leave the Port of London for foreign parts, 51; City force sent to, 51, 100, 142-3, 232; seizes ships, 51, 118; his charter to the Tailors and Linen- armourers, 52; letter from, to the Duke of Cornwall announcing victory of Sluys, 53; the same to Philip de Valois laying claim to the crown of France and reply thereto, 54; writs for proclamation of a truce with France, 54, 84, 183, 215, 237; commends the Mayor for putting down a disturbance in the City between the Fishmongers and the Skinners, and grants him an indemnity, 57-8, 138; writs for various officers to attend at West minster, 58; writs forbidding any one to quit the country without leave, 58, 94, 100, 111, 201, 214, 222-3, 226; writ for all merchants who had exported wool not cocketed to come and answer for the same, 59; commission to inquire into the conduct of his ministers during his absence abroad, id.; objected to by the City, 59-60; releases the City from an Iter, 61; writ for search to be made in the City for disturbers of the peace, 62; writs for all citi zens possessed of £40 a year in land or rents to become knights, 63, 105; letter of Louis, Emperor of the Romans, to, breaking off alliance and offering his services to effect a peace between England and France, 65; writs, &c., relating to Queen's gold, 66-7, 68, 69, 70, 74, 78, 83, 85, 86, 90, 122, 164; writ forbid ding murage to be demanded of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 72, writ for the City to supply the fleet with victuals and archers, 73; let- ters patent that the City's franchises shall not be prejudiced by a Com mission appointed to inquire into the exportation of wool not cocketed, 77-8, 98; writ for merchants of Flanders to be quit of murage, &c., 84; desires the keepership of Neu gate for the clerk of his kitchen, 90, 91; forbids the bringing of Papal Bulls, &c., into England, 93; for bids the exportation of corn except to certain places, 93, 155, 170, 225, 241, 242, 244; extends his favour to unlawful exporters of wool, &c., 94, 107; writs, &c., concerning new coinage, 94, 95, 107, 109, 120, 127, 131, 143, 154, 164, 232; writ that all wines be brought to the gauger of wine, 95, 134; a ninth for two years granted in 1340 to, 97; abolishes limits on the price of wool, 107; abolishes Commissions to assay weights and measures because of extortion committed, 107; appoints Commissioners to protect salmon, &c., in the Thames. 108; the same for removal of piles, &c., in the Thames, id.; protects foreign cloth workers, 111; writ for the better put ting down of felonies and carrying into execution the Statute of West minster, 116; forbids exportation of wool except from certain ports, 117, 163; forbids any one leaving the kingdom except from the Port of Dover unless they be merchants, 118; protects Spanish merchants, 118, 124; writs for City forces to be sent to Sandwich, 119, 120, 153, 185, 205; appoints money changers, 120, 127, 131; writ for a City force to be sent to Southampton, 123; his first charter to the City, 126-7, 227n., writ for all persons between the ages of sixteen and sixty to join the army for the war with France, 129, 130; for the City to assist those who had charge of the fleet, 130, for the City to hasten the dispatch of an armed force, 131; for all lepers to leave the City, 138; to put down any disorder arising in the City, 138; writ that no Justice accept fee or gown from any party coming before him, 140; a City force to be sent to, at Winchester, 141; informs the City of the success of the war with France, 142; writ for arrest of deserters from the army in France, 154; for providing victuals, &c., for the King's service, 154, 165, 166; for four citizens to attend a Council to consult about the state of the navy, 158; writ to detain ships in the Port of London for the King's service, 159; letter from the Pope recommending him to make peace with France, and his reply, 161; writ for a force to be sent to Calais, 165-6; for soldiers who had quitted the army for any cause to return to Calais, 167; proclama tion inviting merchants to settle at Calais, 167; writ against abuses of Purveyance, 167, for the obser vance of the Assize of Ale, &c., 178; proclamation against circulating "Lussheburghs" and exportation of good coin, &c., 178; subsidy on wool granted to, for the navy, 178, 203; writ for ordinances against the sale of small victuals to be observed, 179-80; forbids jousts and tour naments in the City, 182; writs notifying appointment of the King's Alnager and his deputy, 183, 194; takes the Flemings under his pro tection, 190, 241; writs for the observance of the Statute of La bourers, 192, 199, 200, 232; writ forbidding persons leaving the realm, except merchants, on account of plague, 199; against forestalling, 201; for election of two persons to collect the King's custom on wool in the City and return thereto, 206; City force sent to, at Stanhope, 206; indemnity to the City authorities engaged in arresting disturbers of the peace, 210; writ forbidding bathing in the City ditches, &c., 215; for the City to furnish an armed force and two ships for the war with Spain, 217; for ships engaged in the wine trade to be convoyed to Gascony, 223; writ excluding lawyers from Parliament, 226, 240, writ that the Sheriffs be not called upon to make oath before the Exchequer, except on rendering their account, 227; forbids purveyors to take coin for fear of scarcity during Parliament, 227; petition of the City to, for the ordinance allowing free trade to be repealed, 229, 242-3; petition of drapers to, against provisions of the Statute of Cloths, 229-30; writ forbidding enhancing the price of victuals under cover of the Statute of Cloths, 230; for mer chants injured by Flemings at sea to appear at Bruges, 231; for the observance of the Statute of Cloths, 232; takes the men of Holland and Zeeland under his protection, 232; writs that no bodily harm be inflicted on the merchants of the Hanse, but their goods to be seized, 233; restores John Mau travers to favour, 233; writ for pro clamation of truce with Spain, 234; writ to the City to stay certain pro ceedings, 236-7; takes the merchants of the Hanse under his protection, 236, 240; writs touching the claim of burgesses of Oxford to assize of bread and ale, 239-40, 242; re- turns thereto, 242; writ for the King's Purveyors not to interfere in the sale of victuals at the coming Parliament, 240; proclamation pre scribing the dress for women of bad character, 241; prescribing the places for selling fish, 241; against carrying of arms during the sitting of Parlia ment, 242; writ for the City to put itself into array to meet invasion, 247; writ that the merchants of Al- maine be allowed free intercourse with England, 248; removes the Mayor from office, 287, 288; dies at Shene, 288

Eggeware, Walter de, 265

Eglesfeld, Adam de, 69

Egyntone, Henry de, 11

Election of Mayor, ordinance touch ing mode of, 304-6
-, - of Sheriffs, ordinance touching, 306

Ellesmere, Richard, 218

Elmestede, "Elnestede," Robert de, 78, 81, 84, 106

Elsinge, Elsynge, Jordan de, 21, 48, 144, 152
-, - Nicholas de, 144, 147, 149, 151
-, - Richard de, 146, 152
-, - William de, 74, 89, 91, 122, 136, 145, 155
-, - - senior, 21, 62
-, - - junior, 48

Ely, Bishop of, his house in Holborn, 103

Ely, John de, 166, 276
-, - - elected a Warden of the Sheathers, 186
-, - Roger de, 7, 46, 147, 149, 284
-, - Thomas de, 257, 284

Elylond, Elylondy, Ralph, 277. See also Holyland.

Elys, John, 254
-, - Roger, 269, 270, 272, 290

Emenhale. See Hemenhale.

Enefeld, Eynefeld, John de, 21, 29, 47, 83, 102, 120, 122, 204, 213
-, - Thomas de, 49

Engleby, Roger de, 27

Eppynge (Erpynge ?), William de, 263

Ercedekne, Sir John (knt.), 252

Erethe, "Herthethe," Robert (de), 243

Error, proceedings in, in the Husting removed to St. Martin le Grand, 105-6

Esher, Nicholas, 11

Essex, a rising in, 288

Essex, Earl of. See Bohun, Hum phrey de.

Essex, Adam de, 13, 52, 53
-, - John de, 224, 226
-, - - Alice, wife of, 224
-, - Richard de, 136
-, - - Katherine, daughter of, wife of Richard de Coventre, 136
-, - William de, 238

Estohepe, John de, 107, 250

Estfeld, Estefeld, William, 292, 293

"Est Jernemuthe," 162

Estmar, Peter, 139

Estone, John (de), 268, 272
-, - - the Queen's Receiver, 67, 122

Estwyk, John de, 85

Eswy. See Asshwy.

Everard, Alan, 292

Everdone, Everesdone, Geoffrey de, 147, 150, 250

Evere, Evre, Richard de, 53, 104, 146, 149, 154, 212, 238
-, - Walter de, 109

Ewayn, Eweyn. See Oweyn.

Ewell, Richard, 279

Excestre, Stephen de, elected a War den of the Sheathers, 186
-, - Thomas de, 27
-, - William de, beadle of Cord wainer Street Ward, 255

Exchange, appointment of money changers, 120; to be conducted by the King and his ministers and by no others, 232

Exchequer, the, City's account with, 53; exactions by, to be rectified, 58; Ped Book of, 70; Sheriffs not to be called upon to make oath before, except on rendering their account, 227, 227n.

Exmewe, Thomas, 299, 301

Extone, Nicholas, 289

Eyllesham. See Aylesham.

Eynesham, Aynesham, John de, 33, 75
-, - Robert de, 6, 23, 49, 96

"Eyre," "Heyre," Simon, 293, 294

Ezii, Bernard, Lord of Lebret, 244

F

Fabian, Robert, 297

Fader, Richard, 208

Fairhod, Adam, 21

Fancherche, 256

Fannere, Fanere, Henry (le), 78, 122, 145, 151, 153
-, See also Vannere.
-, - Henry le Glovere, called le, 47 See also Glover.

Farle, Farlee, John de, 52, 262

Farndone, Nicholas de, 283
-, - William de, 281

Farndone Ward. See Farringdon Ward.

Farneburgh, Farnebergh, Farneberwe, Richard de, 23, 117
-, - William de, 165

Farnham, John de, 180, 193
-, - Thomas de, 8, 23, 49, 96, 97, 147, 150, 188

Farringdon Ward Within, 134, 252, 269, 270, 271, 274; assessments of, 4, 9, 27, 33, 144, 148, 217, 218; names of men chosen from, to safe guard the City, 21; names of men elected from, to see that the ordi nances regulating wages are observed, 213

Farringdon Ward Without, 253; assessments of, 4, 9, 27, 33, 144, 148, 217, 218; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 21; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 213

Fastolf, Hugh, 289

Fauconer, Fawkener, Hugh le, 14
-, - Richard, 12
-, - Thomas, 274, 275, 291, 292

Faun, Simon, 103, 183

Faunt, William, 13

"Faussecord," a, for a springald, 1, 2

Fayrey, John, 303

Fayrher, Geoffrey, 22

Felde, John (atte), 218, 266, 294

Felding, Feldyng, Geoffrey, 294

Felons, arrest of, pursuant to Statute of Winchester, 116

Felstede, Richard de, 18

Femenhale, Edmund de, 47

Fencote, Walter de, 53

Fenkell, John, 297

Fenrother, Robert, 299

Fenyan (Fevyan ?), William, 204
-, - - Margaret, dau of, wife of William "Forniaux," "Forneaux," 204

Ferariis, Ferrers, Henry de (knt.), 50, 55, 90-1, 97

"Ferlinge noble," 107

Ferour, William le, 265

Ferthynge, John, de Sullestone, 237

Fevere, Ralph, 281

Feversham, 70

Fevyan. See Fenyan.

Fichet, Fychet, John, 8, 78, 107
-, - - elected a Warden of the Sheathers, 186

Fifhide, Fyffide, John (de), 190, 287

Fish, fresh, not to be forestalled, 141; to be sold in certain prescribed localities, 241

Fishmongers, their agreement to keep the peace with the Skinners, 95-6; ordinance prescribing days and stand ings for, 123; not to wash their fish at "les Stokkes," 128; their affray with the Skinners, 138

Fisshbourne, Alan de, 52, 260

Fisshs, Fisshe, John, 246, 272
-, - Richard, 12

Fitz Alan, Peter, 279
-, Roger, 277

Fitz Aleyn, Richard, 276

Fitz Alice, Martin, 277
-, - William, 276

Fitz Alwyn, Henry, 277

Fitz Arnulph, Arnald, 276
-, - Constantine, 276
-, - William, 276

Fitz Bartholomew, James, 276
-, - Richard, 276

Fitz Burghard, Ralph, an outlaw, his property given by the King to the parish of St. Michael, Crooked Lane, 134

Fitz Gerard, Edmund, 276

Fitz Isabelle, William, 276

Fitz Joce, Nicholas, 279

Fitz John, John, 278
-, - Robert, 278

Fitz Mary, Simon, 278, 279

Fitz Michel, Thomas, 21

Fitz Neel, Thomas, 277

"Fitz' Nichol, Philip, 267. See also Nichol.

Fitz Piers, Joce, 277

Fitz Rener, Richard, 276

Fitz Richard, Thomas, 279
-, - William, 279, 280

Fitz Roger, Hugh, 22
-, - Roger, 279

Fitz Thomas, Hugh, 280
-, - Patrick, 118
-, - - Isabella, daughter of, 118
-, - - William, son of, 118
-, - Thomas, 279

Fitz Walter, John, his claim to cer tain franchises in the Ward of Castle Baynard disallowed, 169
-, - Richard, 278

Fitz William, Martin, 278
-, - William, 298

Flambard, Robert, the King's Serjeant at arms, 31, 130; exonerated from office of City Macebearer and sur renders the bailiwick of Southwark, 29, 30

Flanders, Count of, offers redress for injuries committed by Flemings at sea, 231

Flanders, merchants of See Flemings

Flaon, Flaom, John, 221, 246

Flaundene, Flandene, John de, 114, 197, 261, 265

Flemings, liberties granted by the King to, confirmed by the City, 50; not liable to murage, &c., 84; taken under the King's protection, 190, 241; redress of damage inflicted at sea by, 231; attempt to capture the town of "Gravelynge," 241

Flemyng, Flemmyng, John, 164
-, - Richard, 295

Flete, John de, 26, 62, 110, 185
-, - Laurence de, 268
-, - Richard de, 112
-, - William de, 219

Fletestrete, 254

Fletham, Roger de, 220

Flore, Giles de, 147, 151

Florence, Byndo de, 262, 263

"Flunes," light boats called, 51

Flynt, Henry, 262

Foot. See Fot.

Forcetti. See "Fozortti."

Forde, Geoffrey de, 114
-, - Nicholas atte, 93, 256

Foreigners, free trade granted by the Parliament at York in 1335 to, 9n.; confirmed, 14, 229; petition of the City against, 229, 242-3

Forestalling, order against, 201
-, - of poultry punished, 208

Forester, Philip, 266
-, - Richard, 147, 152
-, - Robert le, 112
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 112
-, - Walter (le), 211, 226, 234, 235, 239 See also Forster.

Forman, William (knt.), 302

"Forparadys," plot of land called, 177

Forsham, Roger de, 6, 29, 30, 31, 36, 38, 39, 40, 46, 49, 164, 226, 250, 251, 252, 253, 255, 285
-, - - Alice, wife of, 164, 226

Forster, Stephen, 294
-, - Walter, 267, 286 See also Forester

Fortone, John de, 112

Fot, Foot, Henry, 55
-, - John, 19, 113
-, - - Margery, late wife of, wife of Ferrand Mangeoun, 113

Foundour, Robert le, 121
-, - - a Warden of the Conduit 303

Fourbour, Reginald le, 48
-, - Richard le, 256
-, - Robert le, 27
-, - William le, 165

Fourneux, Forniaux, Furneux, Robert (de), 96, 196, 238
-, - William, 195, 204, 283
-, - - Margaret, wife of, daugh ter of William Fenyan (Fevyan?), 204

Foxcote (co. Glouces.), Richard de, 43

Foxtone, John de, 175
-, - - the Coroner, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265

Foyl, William, 44

"Fozortti" (Forcetti), Dino, 2

"Framyngham," writ dated from, 217

France, war with, ships for, 8, 10, 32; soldiers to be sent to the King for, 8, 10-14, 15, 33-4, 100; forces to be sent to Portsmouth, 10, 130, 137, 138; names of archers, &c., for, 11-14, 25-7; forces to be sent to "Gippewyz," 25; the claim of Ed- ward III. to the crown of, 43, 54; Louis, Emperor of the Romans, offers his services to effect a peace between England and, 65; procla mation of a truce with, 84, 88, 215; 237; grant in aid of war with, 108; all persons between the ages of six teen and sixty to take part in, 129, 130, 137; array to be hastened, 131; forces to assemble at Totehull, near Westminster, 138; to proceed to Winchester, 141; letter from Ed ward III. narrating his operations, 142; forces to be sent to Sandwich, 153, 185; victuals, &c., to be provided, 154: deserters to be ar- rested, id.; letter from the Pope to Edward III. recommending peace with, 161; wool granted for carrying on war with, 163, 166; the French army at "Hedyn," 166; truce with, ended, 182; renewed, 183; an in vasion of England contemplated, 247

"Franchenford" (Frankfort), 65

Fraunceys, Fraunceis, Adam, 142, 144, 150, 155, 170, 182, 200, 216, 225, 286
-, - - elected to attend a Coun- cil, 247; elected Alderman of Queen- hithe Ward, 248
-, - Alexander, 260
-, - Elyas, 166, 265
-, - John, 12, 26, 39, 205, 218, 289, 291
-, - Simon, 8, 15, 27, 29, 33, 36, 39, 40, 46, 50, 51, 54, 57, 62, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 91, 122, 123, 132, 137, 139, 141, 144, 150, 159, 165, 171, 174, 188, 189, 208, 209, 215, 235, 237, 245, 250, 253, 258, 259, 264, 267, 284, 285, 286, 304, 306
-, - - Alderman of Cheap Ward, 57, 62; elected Mayor, 74, 77; elected to attend a Council, 222; elected M. P. for the City, 240
-, - Thomas, 218
-, - William, 194

Fraunsard, Stephen de, called "de Amyas," 172

Freemen, assessment of, not residing in the City, 149

Fremelyngham, William, 274, 291

Fremyngham, Frenyngham, John de, 140, 168n.
-, - - Margery, late wife of, wife of Roger de Kyngeshorne, 168n.

Frensshe, John, 271

Frere, John, 35, 219, 256
-, - Richard, 67
-, - Thomas, 168

Fresshe, John, 270, 289, 290

Frestelyng, Bartholomew, 238, 268, 286
-, - - elected Alderman of Dow gate Ward, 247

Freynshe, Freynsshe, Gilbert le, called "Curteys," 160 See also Curteys.
-, - John le, 17, 218
-, - Stephen le, 21

Friars Minors See Grey Friars

Fridaystrete, tenement in, 75

Frisbek, Thomas, 148, 152

Frithebek, Thomas, 238, 239

Fromond, William, 239

Frothyngham, William, 274

Frowik Frowyk, &c. Henry ("Harry") de, 108, 211, 280, 281, 293, 294
-, - Laurence (de), 279
-, - Roger de, 47, 145, 151, 187

Fryday, Edmund, 265

Frylond, Thomas, 147, 152

Frylond, Nicholas, brother of Thomas, 147, 152

Fulbert, Fulberd, Cambin, 22, 76, 86, 210
-, - - Cristina late wife of, 210

Fulham, Adam de, 24, 282
-, - Gregory de, 170
-, - - Thomas, son of 170
-, - William de, 96, 117
-, - - Alice, wife of, 117

Fuller, John le, 212

Fulsham, Folsham, Benedict de, 95, 246, 255, 256 284

Furbishers, ordinances of, approved, and Wardens of, elected, 214

Furneux. See Fourneux.

Furnyval William, 36

Furs not to be worn by women of bad character, 241

Fyffide See Fifhide

Fynch, John, 6, 47, 78, 112, 146, 152, 173
-, - - de Wynchelse, 263

Fyngrie, Henry, 282

Fyvyan, Peter, 73. See also Fenyan.

G

Galeys. See Waleys.

"Gamel," John atte Watere called, son of Gamel atte Watere, 121

Gander, Gandre, Thomas, 208
-, - William, 36

Gardeners of the City to remove from St. Augustine's Church to the south side of St. Paul's towards Castle Baynard, 132-3

Gardenir, Gardiner, Gardyner, Richard, 295, 296
-, - Robert le, 148
-, - Thomas le, 209, 210
-, - - Elizabeth, wife of, widow of Nicholas atte Mersche, 209, 210

Garendon, co. Leices., Abbey of, 180

Gargoyl, Reginald, 179
-, - - Agnes, widow of, wife of William de Hatfeld, 179
-, - - - Robert, brother of, 179
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 179

Garlekmongere, John le, de Norhamp tone, 149
-, - Philip, 272

Garlond, Garlaund, Henry, 11, 13
-, - John, 277

Garsoun, Robert, 183

Garthorpe, Katherine de, 187
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, wife of Richard Angevyn, 187

Gartone, Henry, 274
-, - Hugh de, 80, 283
-, - - Hugh, son of, 80
-, - John de, 47, 80, 147, 152
-, - Simon de, 80, 145
-, - Thomas de, 45, 142
-, - - Idonia, late wife of, 45, 142
-, - - Thomas, son of, 45, 142

Gascoigne, Nicholas de, 61

Gascony, archers provided by the City for service in. 8; names of, 11-14; their expenses paid, 15; Henry de Lancaster goes to, 123, 138; John de Cheversdone, King's Seneschal of, 223-4

Gascony wine to be sold for no more than 4d. a gallon, 83

Gase, William, 12

Gate, Geoffrey atte, 4, 7, 21, 48, 60, 141
-, - John atte, 23, 76, 82
-, - Peter atte, 102
-, - Richard atte, 7, 21, 62
-, - Robert atte, 7
-, - Simon atte, 7, 21, 48, 145, 150, 167, 228
-, - William atte, 57

Gatesdene, Peter de, 172

Gatyn, Thomas, 209

Gauger of wine, Thomas de Colleye, 95, 134

Gauger, Alexander le, 64
-, - William le, 17

"Gaunt" (Ghent), letter of Edw. III. dated from, 43; liberties of the in- habitants of, 50

Gaunt John de, 49, 57, 110
-, - Richard de, a Warden of the Conduit, 28

Gauntlets, 33

Gayton, Richard de, 139
-, - - John, son of, 139
-, - - - Margaret, mother of, wife of Asselin Simonett' de Luca, 139
-, - Robert, 287
-, - William de, 139n.

Gedelestone, Geoffrey de, 29, 110

Gedney, John, 292, 293, 294

Geffrey, John, 146, 151, 193, 215

Gentil, Gentyl, John, 140
-, - Philip, 22, 188
-, - - Philip, son of, 188, 189
-, - - - Philip, son of, 188, 189
-, - - senior, 5
-, - Simon, 246, 249
-, - Thomas, 243, 246, 249
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 243
-, - - Robert, son of, 249

Gentil, Gentyl, Sampson, son of Thomas, 246
-, - Thomas junior, 163
-, - William, 172

Gerard, Thomas, 210

Gerondone (co. Leices.). See Garen don.

Gerveys, John 12

Getenheved, William, 307

Ghent. See "Gaunt."

Gibbe, Aleyn, 76

Gidyheved, William, of Estchepe, 161

Giffard, Richard, 27

Gildeford, Guldeford, John de, 79, 207
-, - Peter de, 149
-, - Robert de, 7, 47, 52, 53, 146, 150, 238, 239

Gildere, Thomas le, 112

Gildesburgh, John de, 145, 151, 184
-, See also Goldeburgh.

Giles, Gyles, Thomas, 144, 148, 152

Gille, Gylle, Alan, 7, 48, 144, 150
-, - - a Warden of London Bridge, 55, 75, 134, 227, 228
-, - Roger, 256

Gilmyn, John, 269

Gippewyc, John de, 166. See also Yepeswich.

"Gippewyz." See Ipswich.

Girdeler, Gurdelere, Gyrdeler, Ed mund, 208
-, - John, 218
-, - Martin le, 253
-, - Nicholas (le), 47, 144, 147, 152
-, - Robert, 287

Girdlers the, articles of, 108

Gisors, Gesers, Gysors, Anketin (de), a Warden of London Bridge, 16, 55
-, - Henry, 85, 284
-, - John (de), 21, 160, 177, 278, 279, 283
-, - Thomas, 21, 78

Gladewyn, Walter 184

Glapwell, Robert de, 96
-, - - senior, 188
-, - - - Agnes, daughter of, late wife of John de Thorpe, 188
-, - - - Robert, junior, nephew of, 188

Glendale, William de, 207
-, - - Agnes wife of, daughter of Peter Nayere, 207

Gloucestre, Henry de, bequest by, to London Bridge, 227
-, - John de, 4, 5, 12, 17, 22, 26, 31, 47, 96, 135, 140, 142, 145, 158, 175-6, 223, 235, 238, 245, 264, 285, 306
-, - Nicholas de, son of Katherine de St. Alban 75
-, - Richard de, 75, 147, 151, 282

Gloucestre, Thomas de, 200, 244
-, - William de, 67, 92, 145, 152

Glover, Glovere, Henry le, 12
-, - - called "le Fanere," 47 See also Fannere.
-, - Robert le, 262

Glovers, the, ordinances of, 200; Wardens of, appointed, id.

Godard, Simon, 65, 132
-, - - Simon, son of, 65

Godchepe, Godchep, Hamo, 283
-, - Dame Isabella, 72, 81, 93
-, - Jurdan, 281
-, - Ralph, 56
-, - - Isabella, dau of, 56, 57
-, - - Margery, wife of, 56
-, - Richard, 85
-, - - Margery, wife of, 85
-, - Roger, 121, 263

Godestone, John de, 6, 22, 47, 145, 151

Godestowe, John de, 250

Godman, Walter, 273

Godmynchestre, Henry de, 256
-, - William, 180

Godwet, William, de Waldyngge, 162

Godwyn, Godewyne, Nicholas, 38, 200
-, - Robert, 110

Goldbetere, Simon le, 112

Goldeburgh, Goldesburgh, Robert, 200, 244. See also Gildesburgh.

Goldeneghe, Richard, 125

Goldstone, John, de Berkyng, 195

Goldyngtone, Nicholas de, 261

Gonewardby, Gonwardby, John de, 238, 248

"Gonnes" (guns) laid up in the Guild hall, 1

Goot, Gote, Walter atte, 78, 180

Gorel, William, 261

Gososk, Boniface de, 120

Gosselyn, Richard, 292

Gournay. See Gurnay.

Graas, Stephen le, 277

Gracechurch, Graschirche, pavement at, corn-market at the, 83, 101, 102

Grandone, Robert de, 52

Grantesdene, Grauntesdene, William de, 145, 150, 170

Grantham, John de, 2, 5, 8, 15, 27, 29, 36, 39, 40, 45, 46, 50, 65, 78, 81, 87, 173, 189, 250, 251, 255, 284
-, - - compensation made to, for loss of a horse when attending Par liament at York, 15; Alderman of Cordwainer Street Ward, 65, 82
-, - Ralph de, 213
-, - William (de) 45, 132, 146-7, 150, 272

Grapefiges, Thomas, 172

Grascherche, Philip de, 165

Graschirche. See Gracechurch.

Graspays, Henry, 52, 96, 111, 148

Graunger, Thomas, 298

Grauntebregge, Ralph de, 8

Gravelee, John de, 239

"Gravelynge," Flemings attempt to capture the town of, 241

Great Merlawe (Great Marlow, co Bucks), 161

Gregge, Grigge, John, 260, 261

Gregory, Gregori, Robert, 146, 151, 257
-, - William, 257, 293, 294; his chronicle, 276n., 293n.

Grene, Henry de, 155, 225
-, - John (atte), 26, 125, 148, 218
-, - Thomas atte, a bailiff of the Weavers, 81, 93

Grenelef, Adam, 12

Grenewych, Nicholas de, 21, 97, 191
-, - - Antony, son of, admitted a Serjeant of the Chamber, 191

Grenewyche, false nets found in the Thames near, burnt, 99

Grenstede, Henry de, 12, 26
-, - Peter de, 38, 85
-, - Richard de, 258

Gresham, John (knt.), 302, 303
-, - Richard, Knt., 302

Grey, Richard, Sheriff, dies during office, 300

Grey Friars, corn sold on the pave ment at the, 101, 102

Greyland, Greylond, John, 23, 71, 104
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, 104
-, - - Avice, daughter of, 104
-, - - Johanna, widow of, 104
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 104
-, - - Matilda, daughter of, 104

Greyngham, William de, 163
-, - - elected Serjeant of the Chamber, 124

Grimesby, Grymmesby, John de, 13
-, - Richard de, 49

Grofhurst, Henry de, 228

"Gros," the, and half "gros' intro duced into England, 232

Groselee, Henry de, 218

Grove, John atte, 12, 13
-, - Roger, 298

Grubbelane, William de, 8, 21, 29n., 37, 47, 57, 98, 145, 149, 183, 253

Gubbe, Goubbe, Aubrey, 168
-, - - Elizabeth, dau. of, 168
-, - - - Elicia, mother of, wife of William de Hockelee, 168
-, - John, 23, 103, 170, 184
-, - Margery, 168n.

Guildhall, the, guns and ammunition at, 1; garden of, 70; repair of, 89
-, See also Chamber.

Guillem, Nicholas, 110, 160, 182

Guns and Gunpowder stored at the Guildhall, 1

Gurnay, Gournay, James, 7, 86
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 86
-, See also Sherman.

Gut, John, 6

Gybson, Nicholas, 302

Gylessone, John, de Refham, 181
-, - - John, son of, 181

Gynes, Thomas, 263

Gynysano, "Ganichu," 158

Gysbourne, Roger de, 266

"Gytoun" (Gayton), Robert, 287

H

Hablond, Hablount, John, 6, 23, 48, 78, 181
-, - Nicholas, 93

Haddele, Hadle, John, 268, 274, 288
-, - Thomas, 290

Haddon, Richard (knt.), 297, 298, 299

Hadham, Henry de, 102
-, - John de, 22

Hakeneye, Haconey, Alice de, 147, 152
-, - Isabella de, 208
-, - Johanna de, 42
-, - - John, son of, 42
-, - - - John de Caunteneye, father of, 42
-, - Nigel de, 248
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 248
-, - Peter de, 163, 177
-, - Richard de, 36, 46, 51, 75, 76, 203, 250, 251, 284
-, - - Alice, wife of, 203
-, - - Isabella, daughter of, 203
-, - - "Neal," son of, 75
-, - - Richard, son of, 203
-, - Robert de, 23, 76, 213

Haket, Adam, 92

Haldene, William de, 216, 224

Hale, Simon de, 49

Hales, Nicholas de, Prior of St. John, Clerkenwell, 117, 168
-, - Robert, Prior of St. John, Clerk enwell, 288 9
-, - William de, 180

Hall, Halle, John, 274
-, - William atte, 66

Halpeny, Robert, 96

Halstede, Ralph de, 23, 146, 149
-, - - called "Nunthay," 8

Haltone, Henry, 291

Halybourne, Henry Sterre de, 146

Halyday, John, de Bedeford, 147, 152

Halyngbury, Adam de, 282

Halyngtone, John de, 218

Halys, William, 293

Halywelle, Holywell, Geoffrey de, 8
-, - Laurence de, 40, 65, 169

Hameldene, Agnes de, 67

Hamme, John de, 208
-, - Robert de, 121, 131, 139

"Hamodeys," "Hamondeys," a purse called, 272

Hamond, John, 2, 8, 15, 27, 29, 30, 31, 33, 36, 39, 40, 45, 46, 50, 78, 81, 87, 91, 93, 95 97, 98, 99, 100, 103, 104, 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 119, 121, 122, 123, 127, 128, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 137, 139, 144, 149, 157, 158, 159, 165, 171, 174, 179, 189, 250, 251, 253, 254, 257, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 284, 285
-, - - Alderman of Cornhill Ward, 38, 171; bailiwick of Suthe. werk granted to, 122
-, - Robert, 194
-, - - Thomas, son of, 194, 195

Hampslap', William, 263

Hampton, William (knt.), 295

Hanamstede, Hanhampstede, Hen- hampstede, &c., William de, 47, 122, 132, 135, 145, 150, 238

Hanewode, Hannewode, Hennewode, Robert de, 6, 46, 57, 78, 147, 151
-, - Thomas de, 21
-, - Walter de, 22

Hannam, Robert de, 35
-, - - Matilda, wife of, daughter of John Dode, 35

Hanse of Almaine. See Almaine.

Hanwelle, William, 274

Hardekyn, John, 256

Hardel, Hardell, Edmund, 277
-, - John, 17, 112, 256
-, - Ralph, 279
-, - Robert, 278
-, - William, 277

Hardingham, Hardyngham, John de, 16, 50, 55, 226
-, - - a Warden of London Bridge, 227, 228

Hardy, John, 301
-, - Thomas, 21, 48

Hardyng, Robert, 296

Hare, Thomas, 12

Harengeye, Haryngey, Richard de, 263
-, - Robert de, 42, 47, 144, 147, 148, 152

Harewedone, Nicholas de, 75, 93, 170, 171, 172, 184, 263
-, - Walter de, 21, 48, 145, 150

Harewold, Adam, 40

Harlee, John de 218

Harmere, Thomas, 263

Harneys, Herneys, Walter, 192, 213, 259

Harowe, Harwe, John de, 219
-, - William de, 193

Harwode, John, 270

Haryot, Heryot, William, 295, 296

Hasel, William, 164

Haselingfeld, Robert de, 145, 152

Hastings, Sir John de, 90n.

Hatfeld, Haytfeld, John de, 144, 147, 149, 151, 179, 215, 231, 232n., 269
-, - Robert (de), 88, 146, 152, 169, 179, 208, 231, 232, 287
-, - - Matilda, wife of, 232
-, - - Matilda, daughter of, wife of Edmund de Ippegrave, 231, 232
-, - Simon de, 212
-, - William de, 179, 204
-, - - Agnes, wife of, widow of Reginald Gargoyl, 179
-, - - - Johanna, dau. of, 179
-, - - - Robert, brother of, 179

Hathirle, John, 294

Hatmakers, the, ordinances of, approved by the Mayor and Alder men, 173; Warden of, elected, 173-4

Hattere, Ralph le, 254
-, - Robert le, 267

Haudene. See Hauteyn.

Haugham, Robert de, 199

Haukedene, William de, 260, 261

Haukeshale, John de, 110, 260, 261

Haunsard, John, 57
-, - - Thomas, son of, executed for noting in the City, 57
-, - Robert, 163
-, - William, 6, 15, 23, 46, 48, 52, 76, 96, 144, 152, 213, 284
-, - - implements of war de livered to, 2

Hauteyn, Haudene, John, 6, 49, 284
-, - Simon, 121
-, - Thomas, 6, 110, 160, 177, 204
-, - - Thomas, son of, 110, 160, 177, 204
-, - - - Johanna, wife of, 160
-, - Walter, 282
-, - William, vintainer and centainer, 26

Haverhulle, Thomas de, 276
-, - William, 276

Haverynge, Haveryngge, Luke, 282
-, - Ralph de, 130, 136
-, - Richard de, 18, 63
-, - - Geoffrey, son of, 18
-, - - Ralph, son of, 18, 63

Hawes, Christopher, 298
-, - John, 298

Hay, John atte, 12

Hayford, Humphrey, 295-296

Heaumer, Herman le, son of Dame Gertrude de Colon', 20

"Heaumers," the, articles of, approved, 169; Wardens of, elected and sworn, 169

Hede, Henry, 298

Hedersete, Thomas de, 262

"Hedyn" (Hesdin, on the Cauche), 166

Hegge, William, 274, 275

Heleghe, Hylegh, Sir Simon de, 73, 81, 82

Hellyngeleye, Henry de, 12

Helmedone, Adam de, 38

Hemenhale, Emenhale, Edmund de, 122, 135, 141, 142, 145, 158, 170, 176, 264, 285

Hende, John, 270, 271, 272, 273, 289, 291
-, - - Mayor, removed from office by Richard II., 289-90

Hendekyn, Thomas, 12

Hendon, John de, 140
-, - - Alice, widow of, 140
-, - - John, son of, 140

Henle, Henele, Henlee, John de, 145, 238
-, - Peter de, 140
-, - - Roisia, wife of, daughter of Ralph de Bury, 140
-, - Roger de, 198
-, - Thomas de, 265

Henneye, John de, 213

Henry, parson of St. Michael, Crooked Lane, 134

Henry II., his charters to Winchester, 41

Henry III., his charter to Winchester, 41

Henry VII., death of, 299

Henxworth, John, 274

Heppescotes, Thomas de, 61, 64, 89

Hereberd, Herberd, Thomas, 12
-, - William, 12, 26

Hereford, John de, 24
-, - - Johanna, dau of, 24
-, - Richard, sometime Keeper of Neugate, 90
-, - Robert de, his tenement called "Coldherberwe," 158
-, - William de, 282

Hereford and Essex, Earl of. See
-, Bohun, Humphrey de.

Herewardstoke, Herwardstoke, John de, 8, 22, 49, 143, 147, 148, 151, 192, 208, 210, 211, 252

"Herewyz" (Harwich), writ dated from, 44

Herlastone, Herlostone, Roger de, 12- 26

Herlawe, Philip de, 224
-, - Robert (de), 213, 239

Herle, Robert de, Captain of the town of Calais, 225

Herlioun, John, 276

Herpesfeld, Richard de, 142

Hert, Richard, 260

Hertelpol, John de, 110

Hervy, John, 13
-, - Simon, 250
-, - Walter, 280
-, - William, 92

Herwardecastell, John, 212

Heryerd, John, 273

Herynge, John, 263

Heryon, Ralph, 22

Heston, Hestone, Simon de, 46, 147, 151
-, - Walter de, 109n., 169n.
-, - - Cristina Telmestere, late wife of, 109, 169
-, - - - Katherine, daughter of, wife of Richard atte More de Wyndesore called "de Saneford," 169
-, - - - Thomas, son of, 169
-, - William de, 260

Hethe, John atte, 26
-, - Nicholas de, 209

Hewe, William, 267

Heydone, Richard de, 147

Heylesdone, John, 269, 288

Heynes, John, 266

Heyron, William, 145, 151

"Heywharflane," in parish of All Hallows at the Hay, 158

Heyworth, Adam de, 62

Hicchen, Sir John de, Rector of St Antonin, 135, 136

Hide, William, 291

Hill, Hulle, Adam atte, 261
-, - Richard atte, 166
-, - Roland Knt., 303
-, - Thomas, 296
-, - William atte, 165

Hillary, Roger, 64, 89, 105, 108

Hiltoft, Hiltofte, John de, 204, 222, 235, 238, 239, 287

Hingestone, Hyngestone, John de, 17, 141, 146, 150, 284
-, - Thomas de, 194

Hoberthorn, Henry, 303

Hockele, Hockelee, John, 172
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 172
-, - - - Alice, wife of, 172
-, - Juliana de, 254

Hockele, Hockelee, William de, 168, 205, 220, 223
-, - - Elicia, wife of, 168
-, - - - Elizabeth, daughter of, daughter of Aubrey Goubbe, 168

Hodesdone, Hogysdene, Stephen de, 85
-, - William de, 147, 148, 151, 220

Hoghton, John de, 165

Hogue, la, near Barfleur, the King lands at, 142

Hokestere, Rose la, 208

Hokyng, Thomas de, 36

"Holand." See Holland.

Holand, 'Raf," 293

Holborn Bridge, 114; toll taken from carts entering the City for repair of highway near, 103; collector of custom at, 116

Holebeche, Holbecche, Hugh, 287
-, - Thomas, 53, 110, 144, 150, 160, 177, 211
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 211
-, - - Katherine, wife of, 211
-, - - William, son of, 211
-, - William de, 110, 147, 150, 160, 177, 182, 204, 238

Holebourne, John de, 102
-, - William de, 250

Holedene, Holdene, Thomas de, 5, 6, 23, 48, 145, 151

Holland and Zeeland, men of, taken under the King's protection, 232

Hollis, Holyes, William (knt.), 301, 303

Holte, Avice atte, 117
-, - Stephen atte, 147, 150, 241
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, wife of John de Berholte, 241, 242

Holy Cross Friars of the, in Tower Ward 175

Holyes. See Hollis.

Holyland, John, 276. See also Elylond.

Holy Trinity, or "Cricherche," Priory and Convent of, 172, 245

Holy Trinity the Less, Sir Geoffrey Belhofte, Rector of, 136

Holywell. See Halywelle.

Home, Adam de, 170

Honyngtone, Harlewyn de, bailiwick of Southwark demised to, 188

Hoo, John de, 260, 261
-, - William de, 7, 146, 152, 192

Hoppere, John, 218

Hoptone, Henry de, 117

Horburi, Thomas de, 213

Hore, William le, 6, 49, 145, 150, 171

Horewod, Horewode, John de, 21, 35, 205, 220, 235
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 220

Horewod, Horewode, John de, junior, 203
-, - Nicholas de, 160, 203, 205
-, - Richard de, 115, 186

Horn, Andrew, 140
-, - Geoffrey, 96
-, - Henry, 243
-, - Hugh, 243
-, - John, 96, 195, 243, 280, 281
-, - - Flemyng, 22
-, - Richard, 228
-, - Robert, 12, 294
-, - William, Knt., 296, 297

Horncastel, Richard, 218
-, - William de, 219

Hornere, Robert (le), 146, 152
-, - Thomas le, 92
-, - William le, 148

Horsham, John Burgeoys de, 11
-, - Richard de, 260
-, - Roger de, 109

Horslake, Richard, 263

Horsle, Horselee, Robert de, 255
-, - Thomas de, 36

Hortone, Adam de, elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 173
-, - Stephen de, elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 173

Horwold, Thomas (de), 242, 284

Hosebond. See Husebonde.

Hospitallers, the Knights, 116n.

Hotokeshater. See Uttokeshatere.

Hotot, Hotoft, Nicholas, 7, 143, 147, 148, 151, 203, 238, 239
-, - Roger, 145, 152

Houder, John le, 100

Houle, Houlee, John de, 152, 227

Houlond, "Otes" de, 242

Houlyn, John, 47

Howeles, John, 218

Huberd, Robert, 193

Hugh, Bishop of Bethlehem, 2, 3

Hulle. See Hill.

Hulyn, William, 294

Hunte, Simon, 13

Huntecook, John, 70

Hunteman, Matthew, 219

Huntingdon, Hontyngdone, &c., Henry de, 26
-, - Robert de, 145, 151, 228, 238, 239
-, - William de, 257

Huntlowe, Thomas, 303

Hurel, Adam, 52

Hurer, John le, 112

Hurst, Robert de, 34

Husebonde, Hosebonde, John, 7, 18, 47, 144, 151, 284

Husk, Henry, 26
-, - Thomas, 26

Husting, the, proceedings in, how re- turnable to Justices sitting at St. Martin le Grand, 64; proceedings in error in, removed to St. Martin le Grand, 105-6

Hyde, John atte, 167

Hydyngham, John de, elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 173

Hygham, John, 293

Hyntone, John de, 107, 146, 152, 250

Hythe, William atte, 219

I

Ichhell, Ichehulle, Richard, 19, 38

Ichingtone, Adam de, 258

Iddeshale, Ideshale, John de, 21, 121
-, - Nicholas de, 212

Iford, William de, 22, 50, 120, 122, 124, 160, 166, 206, 207, 215, 235
-, - - the bailiwick of Suthewerk demised to, 83; the Common Ser- jeant, 83, 304; elected M. P. for the City, 171

Ikelyngham, John de, 11

Ilam, Thomas, 296

Ileford, John de, 17

Infangthef, delivery of (between 1338 and 1409), 249 75

Ingeford, Robert de, 27

Ingelond, Walter de, 26

Inglisshe, Michael, 301

Ingram, William, 275

Ingwardyn, Roger, 219

Inkepenne, Robert 36

Innek (?) See Junek

Ippegrave, Edmund de, 231, 232
-, - - Matilda, wife of, daughter of Robert de Hatfeld, 231, 232
-, - William de, 159-222

Ipre, liberties of the inhabitants of, 50

Ipswich, the City to send a force to, 25; letters dated from, 51

Irby, Ralph de, 26

Ireland. See Dirlande.

Irland, George, 295
-, - Thomas, 270, 287

Iryssh, Yrisshe, John (le), 53, 221

Isaac, William, 297

Isabella, Queen, 173; payments to, 62

Iselham, Isselham, John de, 203, 254
-, - - Thomas, son of, 203

Islington, cattle market at, Act for establishing, 127n.

Ismongerer, Agnes la, 181

Ismongereslane, Thomas de, 36

Ispania, Ferandus de, 21
-, - Thomas de, 98, 142, 196

Iswode, Simon de, 213, 265

Iter (of 1321) at the Tower, 283
-, - (of 1341), 61, 285; a fine paid for respite of, 92, 97, 122

Ive, Henry, 26

Iveyne (Jueyne?), John, 38

Ivyngho, Yvyngho, Robert de, 193, 235

J

James, Bartholomew, 295
-, - John, 218
-, - Nicholas, 292

Janyn, John, 251

Jay, Thomas, 262

Jenyns, Nicholas, 301
-, - Stephen, 298, 299

Jeofne, Constantine le, 277
-, - Jokel le, 276
-, - "Joseus" le, 277
-, - Peter, 277

Jernemue, Jernemuth, Hugh de, 37
-, - Peter de, 66

Jerveis, Richard, 303

Johansone, Pelegrin, 205

John, servant of Master Henry de Aultone, 249

Jolife, Jolype, Nicholas, 26, 219, 260

Jondrell, William, 274

Jordan, Jurdan, John, 13
-, - Richard, 270
-, - Thomas, 13

Josselyn, Ralph (knt.), 294, 295, 296

Jousts in the City forbidden, 182

Joy, Joye, Hugh, 93
-, - John, 23, 48
-, - - fined 40d. for selling shoes of cordwain mixed with basen, 118
-, - William, 274

Joynour, Alan le, 256
-, - Henry le, 12
-, - Richard le, 256
-, - William le, 277, 278

Judde, Andrew, 303

Jueyne. See Iveyne.

Junek (Innek?), Thomas, 270

Jurors, the practice of challenging and "trying," 273n.

Justices, the King's, not to sit within the City except in the Tower, at Newgate, and St. Martin le Grand, 59-60; not to accept fee or gown from any party to a suit, 140

K

Karlyl. See Carlele.

Kayho, Richard, 195

Kebyll, Henry, 298, 299

Keekhorn, John, 42

Keine, Beneyt de la, 120

Keleseye, Robert de, 62, 63

Kelfeld, John de, 266

Kelingworth, Kelyngworth, Kylling- worth, &c., Adam de, 267
-, - John de, 21, 47, 54, 57, 82, 122, 144, 147, 149, 150, 154, 213, 238

Kellebourne, Prioress of, Alice de Pommesbourne, 53

Kelleshulle, Kelshale, Kelshulle, Richard de, 89, 135, 155, 225, 251
-, - Roger de, 218
-, - Simon de, 160

Kendale, John, 267

Kent, a rising in, 288

Kent, Fdmund, Earl of, execution of, 233n.
-, - Margaret, Countess of, 153n.

Kent, Hugh de, 86
-, - John de, 26, 218, 267, 268, 270, 271
-, - Richard de, 92, 99, 196, 262
-, - Thomas de, brother of William, son of Thomas de Canterbury, 204
-, - William de, 49, 146, 151

Kentissh, John de, 27

Kenyngtone, writs dated from, 28, 41, 44, 84

Kere, William, 96, 144, 147, 149, 151

Kereswelle, John de, 125

Kermound, John de, 175, 176
-, - - John, brother of, 175, 176

Kervere, Gilbert le, 91, 162

Keselyngbery. See Kyselyngbery.

Kestevene, Robert de, 220
-, - Thomas de, 29
-, - William de, 13

Keterynge, John, 270

Keu, Hervy le, 250
-, - John le, 258
-, - Laurence le, 23
-, - Richard le, 29n.
-, - Roger le, 264
-, - Simon le, 115
-, - William le, 134 See also Cook.

Kilburn. See Kellebourne.

Kildesby, Kyldesby, William de, 50, 90, 97
-, - - Keeper of the Privy Seal, 59

Kilpek, Robert, 13

King's Alnager, 230
-, - appointment of, and his deputy, 183, 194, 195

King's Armourer, the, Thomas de Copham, 62

King's Butler, the, Reymund de Segvyn, 82n.

King's Clerk, 4, 43, 45, 68

King's Messenger, 4

King's peace, ordinances for maintain ing the, 20, 21-3, 57, 88, 138, 190

King's Purveyors, not to take corn for fear of scarcity during Parlia ment, 227
-, - not to interfere in the sale of victuals at the coming Parliament, 240. See also Purveyance.

King's Serjeant, the, John Leg, 289

King's Serjeant-at-arms, City gift to, 4

King's Serjeants-at-arms:
-, Atte Wode, Richard, 130
-, Flambard, Robert, 29, 130
-, Podenhale, Richard de, 141

King's Treasurer, the, 49 206

King's Wardrobe, the, William de Altekar, valet of, 72

Kirkeby, Kyrkby, John (de), 298
-, - - de Kendale, 13

Kirketone, John, 268

Kisser, Richard, 120

Kix, John, elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 173

Knapwell, Robert de, 26, 150

Kneseworth, Thomas, 297, 298

Knight, Knyght, William, 11, 23, 146, 151

Knighthood, distraint of, 63, 105, 289n.

Knolles, Knollys, Thomas, 274, 275, 290, 291

Knopwed, Knopwede, Alexander de, 79
-, - - Cristina, daughter of, 79
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 79
-, - - John, brother of, 79
-, - - - Roisia, widow of, 79
-, - - William, son of, 79
-, - John (de), 6, 21, 29n., 47

Knyghtcote, William, 270, 288

"Kydel," net called, 111

Kymberle, Thomas de, 26

Kyme, John de, 218, 301

Kynebautone, Richard de, 11

Kyng, Kynge, John (le), 4, 9, 11, 22, 29, 52, 66, 145, 152, 181, 258, 271
-, - - Alice, wife of 181
-, - - called "Prentiz," 222 See also Prentys.
-, - Ralph le, 81
-, - Richard (le), 7, 48, 145, 150
-, - Robert, 218
-, - William, 12, 270

Kyngeshorne, Roger de, 168n.
-, - - Margery, wife of, late wife of John de Fremyngham, 168n.

Kyngestone, Kynghestone, Adam de, 8, 96, 104, 111
-, - David de, 120, 172
-, - John de, 22, 146, 149
-, - Peter de, 76, 82, 98
-, - - a Warden of the Mistery of Cordwainers, 128
-, - Stephen de, 226

Kyngesworth, Nicholas de, 194

Kyngewode, Kyngeswode, John de, 11, 26

Kyselyngbery, Keselyngbery, Kise lyngbery, "Kylsyngbery," &c., John de, 7, 22, 47, 104, 146, 151
-, - Richard de, 5, 39, 47, 54, 82, 83, 86, 87, 144, 150, 173, 187, 188, 205, 207, 208, 221, 222, 224-5, 226, 228, 229, 230, 231, 234, 235, 236, 259, 285, 286, 303-4
-, - - Thomas, brother of, 39
-, - - Alderman of Queenhithe Ward, 187

Kytson, Thomas, Knt., 302



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