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L - Z

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Reginald R. Sharpe (editor)

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1904

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345-384

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'Index: L - Z', Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: F: 1337-1352 (1904), pp. 345-384. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33554 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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"Labealassise," in parish of Sellyng, co. Kent, 70

Labourers, Statute of, 192, 199, 200, 232

Lacer, John, 146, 152, 245
-, - Richard (le), 2, 8, 15, 16, 18, 26, 28, 29, 36, 37, 39, 40, 46, 47, 51, 78, 79, 80, 81, 87, 89, 92, 96, 122, 123, 132, 133, 135, 137, 138, 139, 140, 142, 143, 144, 149, 151, 153, 155, 157, 158, 159, 175, 185, 196, 200, 207, 214, 215, 237, 245, 248, 250, 251, 253, 254, 255, 258, 261, 264, 265, 266, 284, 285, 304

Lafford, Thomas de, 280

Lambard, John, 295

Lamberd, Lambert, Nicholas, 301, 302
-, - Thomas, 277

Lambertone, Richard de, of Lostwithiel, 249, 250

Lambethe, Lamhuthe, Lomhethe, &c., Richard de, 5, 7, 16, 40, 48, 52, 54, 56, 76, 96, 104, 111, 145, 149, 154
-, - - junior, 99

Lambourne, Robert de, 139
-, - - Cristina, wife of, 139
-, - - Johanna, dau. of, 139
-, - - John, son of, 139
-, - - Richard, son of, 139
-, - - Thomas, son of, 139
-, - - William, son of, 139
-, - Walter de, 219

Lambyn, John, 6, 48, 66, 146, 150, 283
-, - William, 139
-, - - John, son of, elected
-, Serjeant of the Chamber, 139

Lampreys, forestalling of, forbidden, 141

Lancaster, Henry de, Earl of Derby, goes to Gascony, 123, 138

Lancaster, John de, 159

Landaf, Thomas de, 13

Lane, John, 291

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

Langbourn Ward, 256, 262; assess- ments of, 3, 9, 27, 33, 143, 148, 217, 220, 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

Langedone, John de, 219
-, - Jordan de, 203
-, - Luke de, 217

Langeford, William de, 108
-, - - his chantry in the church of St. John de Clerkenewell, 116, 168

Langele, Langelee, writs dated from, 19, 41, 62

Langele, Adam de, 228
-, - Ro ert de, 229
-, - Walter de, 257

Langestone, William de, 219

Larcher. See Archer.

Large, Robert, 293

"Latone," quarels feathered with, 1, 2

Latoner, Roger le, 164

Laufare, Lauvare, John de, 57, 110, 185
-, - - Alice, widow of, 185
-, - - Richard, son of, 185
-, - - Robert, son of, 185
-, - - Simon, son of, 185
-, - Salomon (Salamon) de, 12, 282

Lauger, Thomas, 220

Launde, Robert, 288

Laurence, John, 61
-, - William, 210, 211, 226, 234, 239

Lawyers excluded from Parliament, 226, 240

Laxton, William, Knt., 303

Layner, John, 218

Leadenhall, the, murage of, let to ferm, 39, 80
-, - sale of poultry at, 123

Leangre, Roger, 264

Leather, broker of, elected, 183

Leaute, William, de Lokyngtone, 78

Lebret, Bernard Ezii, lord of, 244

Leche, Adam le, 224
-, - Henry le, 265
-, - John, 8, 96, 104, 159

Ledbury, Thomas, 272

"Ledenhall gardyn," 86

Lederede, Ledrede, Robert de, 197
-, - Thomas, 244, 245

Ledes, Adam de, 219
-, - John de, 26

Ledyard, Adam, 270, 271

Lee, John atte, 12
-, - Richard, 294, 295

Leg, John, the King's Serjeant, 289

Leggy, Legi, Legy, &c., Peter, 171
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 171
-, - Thomas, 8, 23, 38, 49, 96, 99, 108, 109, 114, 119, 121, 122, 123, 127, 132, 137, 139, 142, 144, 152, 157, 158, 165, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 183, 184, 187, 215, 226, 230, 238, 245, 259, 261, 262, 263, 265, 285, 286, 306
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 142

Leghtone, Leyghtone, Nicholas de, 12
-, - Robert de, 267

Lemman, John, 212, 239

Lendefeith, William de, 52

Lenglissh, Henekyn, 260

Lenham, William de, 11, 26

Lenne (Lynn, co. Norf.), burgesses of, to be quit of murage, 44

Lenne, Lynne, Alexander de, 225
-, - Arnald de, 48, 145, 152
-, - John de 60
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 60
-, - - Roesia, widow of wife of John de Parys, 60
-, - Ralph de, 6, 21, 48, 75, 134, 143, 147, 150, 170, 184 201, 204, 206, 208, 215, 220, 228, 265, 286, 306
-, - - elected Alderman of
-, Billingsgate Ward, 225, 247
-, - Thomas de, 26, 267

Lescluse (Sluys), letter from Ed- ward III. announcing his arrival at, 43
-, - death of Robert Curteys at, 236, 240

Lescrop, Geoffrey, 55

Lesne, John de, 267

Lesnes, co. Kent, Abbot and Convent of, 91, 162

Lespicer, Burnet, 6, 47
-, - Simon, 146, 149
-, See also Spicer.

Lessclues, Pelegrin de, 205

Levelif, Levelyf, "Levenyf," John, 38, 49, 110, 127, 143, 147, 150, 171
-, - Thomas, 208, 210, 211, 234, 239

Leveryngtone, John de, 218
-, - Thomas de, 147

Lewen, Thomas, 302

Lewson, Nicholas, 302

Leycestre, David de, 92, 267
-, - Hugh de, 218
-, - William de, 213, 214, 243

Leye, Thomas atte, 287

Leyk, William, 270

Leyre, "la yre," William de, 282

Lichebergh, Lichebarewe, William de, 96, 188

Lightfot, Lyghtfot, John, 107, 193, 235
-, - - Alice, wife of, 235
-, - Nicholas, 203
-, - Robert, 180, 253
-, - William, 204
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 204

Lime Street Ward assessments of, 3, 34, 143, 148, 217, 220; 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

Lincoln, the Sheriff of, a prisoner taken out of the custody of, by the Sheriff of London, 34; city of, 50

Lincoln, Lyncolne, Hervey de, 157
-, - John (de), 14, 37, 65-6, 218, 250, 282
-, - Richard de, 6, 47, 96, 122, 147, 150
-, - Robert (de), 85, 196, 270
-, - - Isabella, wife of, 196
-, - Thomas de, 22, 245, 250
-, - Walter de, 145, 151
-, - William de, 222. See also Nichole.

Lionel, Leonel, son of Edward III., Warden of England, 142, 143, 153, 154, 155, 158, 159, 160, 163, 166, 167

Little, Litell, Litle, &c., John (le), 96, 139, 215, 222, 241, 286
-, - - a Warden of London Bridge, 216, 227, 228, 244
-, - - elected to attend a Council, 247. See also Petit, John.

Little Abyton (Little Abington, co. Cambs), 112

Littleford, William de, 38
-, - - Katherine, wife of, 38

Littlyngtone, Lytlyngtone, John (de), 24, 196n.

Lobenham, Ralph, 291, 292

Lock, John, 295

Lodelowe, John de, 26, 183
-, - William de, 12, 13

Lok, Loke, John atte, 258
-, - William, Knt., 303

Lokyngtone, William Leaute de, 78

Lombard, Gore, 47, 145, 150
-, - Walter, 95

Lombhethe, &c. See Lambethe.

Londenstone, &c., John de, 145, 152, 213

London, Archdeacon of, 176
-, - Bishop of, City gift to, on his enthronement, 55; his wall in the parish of St. Faith, 134; Sir Ralph de Stratford, 207; commissary of, 209
-, - Port of, vessels not to leave the, before the King sails, 51; all ships in the, to be detained for the King's service abroad, 159

London, Loundres, Gylot (Gilot) de, 145, 152, 228
-, - John de, 219

London Bridge, an annual rent of 10s devised for the maintenance of, 75; land granted for repair of, 134; custody of the gate on, granted to John de Conduit, 138; the same to Henry de Aumbresbury, 155; par- ticulars of increased rents of, 227-8; chapel on, books, vestments, &c., belonging to, 228; a gift for repair of shops on, 229

London Bridge, Wardens of, elected, 2, 216; render then accounts, 16, 227; indenture between outgoing and incoming, 228; lease by, 228-9

London Bridge, Wardens of: Andreu, James, 216, 227, 228, 244
-, Cros, Henry, 2
-, Gille, Alan, 55, 75, 134, 227, 228
-, Gisors, Anketin (de), 16, 55
-, Hardingham, John de, 227, 228
-, Little, Litle, John, 216, 227, 228, 244
-, Lovekyn, John, 75
-, Swote, Robert, 16, 55

Long, Longe, Adam 231
-, - - Katherine, wife of, 231
-, - - Richard, son of, 231
-, - John (le), 12, 100, 192, 231, 301
-, - Richard le, 6, 49, 145, 150

"Longehous," la, tenement called, in Bisshopesgatestrete, 177

Longeleys, Walter, 281

Lorimer, Edmund le, sometime Keeper of Neugate, 90

Loupre, "Bonanici," 158

Louthe, Lowthe, Roger de, 108
-, - William, 275, 291

Lovekyn, John, 2, 3, 6, 46, 53, 64, 82, 83, 86, 87, 103, 134, 144, 150, 170, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 205, 208, 209, 211, 215, 216, 224, 227, 238, 245, 248, 254, 259, 285, 286, 287
-, - - a Warden of London Bridge, 75; elected M. P. for the City, 142, 171; elected Mayor, 287

Lovel, Peter, 12

Lovelane, 85

Loverik, Richard, de Sandwyche, 213
-, - - Isabella, wife of, daughter of Gilbert Cros, 213, 214
-, - - - Amy, sister of, 214

Loveye, John, 273, 289
-, - Richard, 190, 191
-, - - "Cristina," "Christiana," daughter of, wife of Richard de
-, Staneford, 190, 191
-, - - John, the elder son of, 190
-, - - John, son of, 190, 191
-, - - Thomas, son of, 190, 191
-, - - William, son of, 190, 191

Lucas, Adam, 6, 22, 33, 46, 48, 52, 56, 61, 62, 65, 66, 75, 134, 145, 151, 166, 253, 254, 255, 285
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 42
-, - Agnes, 8, 147, 151
-, - Alexander, 90
-, - John, 81, 207, 257
-, - Robert, 270
-, - Stephen, 7, 146, 150
-, - William, 271

Luda, John de, 65, 188

Ludgate, Lodegate, commissioners elected to keep the keys of, 92; collector of custom at, 116; tene ment outside, 120; lease of land outside, 197

Luffenham, Hugh, 220

Luka, Pelegrin de, 49

"Lussheburghs," base coin called, 178, 178n.

Lutekyn, Adam, 283

Lutone, John, 271, 272

Lycohefeld, Lychefeld, Hugh de, 218
-, - William de, 27

Lyghtgrave, John de, 229

Lyllingestone, Thomas, 205

Lymberg, Lymbergh, Tydman (de), 174, 233

Lynde, John (atte), 218, 280

Lyndeseye, John de, 195, 228

Lyndeseye, John de, Agnes, daughter of, wife of Robert de Manefeld, 228
-, - - Margery, dau. of, 228
-, - William de, 7, 21

Lyndewode, Robert de, 267
-, - Walter de, 7, 86, 146, 152

Lyndraper, William, 148, 152

Lyng, John, 293

Lynn. See Lenne.

Lyntone, Robert de, 279

Lyons, Lyouns, Richard, 288, 289
-, - Thomas, 22

Lyoun, John, 122

M

Macchynge, Machyngge, Thomas de, 47, 222, 261, 262

Madefrey, John de, 212
-, - Nicholas, 96, 115, 140, 144, 147, 151, 168

Madour, John, 253
-, - Roger, 8, 22, 47, 79, 145, 151

Maghfeld, Gilbert, 290

"Maille noble," or half-noble, 107

Makenheved, John, 22, 145, 152, 251, 252

Makeseye, Robert (de), 96, 146, 152

Malemayn, Henry, 272
-, - Richard, 258

Malepas, Malpas, David, 218
-, - Philip, 293

Malesheurs, William, vintainer, 26

Malestroit, Priory of St. Mary Mag- dalen at, 88

Malewayn, John, 146, 149

Mallynge, Martin de, 63
-, - Richard de, 146, 150, 243

Malmesbury, John de, 12, 103

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

Man, John, 219

Manefeld, Manyfeld, Alice de, 253
-, - Robert de, 228
-, - - Agnes, wife of, daughter of John de Lyndeseye, 228
-, - William de, 254

Mangeoun, Ferrand, 113
-, - - Margery, wife of, late wife of John Fot, 113

"Mangonels," 55

Manhale, Robert de, 7, 35, 49, 117, 145, 150, 175, 209
-, - Robert de Clare, called de, 114
-, - William de, 175
-, - - Matilda, daughter of, wife of John de Banham, afterwards wife of Amyel le Chaundeler, 175

Manhale, William de, his daughter Matilda, mother of Cristina la Chaundeller, 175n.
-, - - - Johanna, daughter of, 175n.
-, - - - Margaret, daughter of, 175n.

Manshipe, Alexander, 112

Manypeny, John, 148

Marberer, Marbrer, Hugh (le), 7, 17, 21, 48, 250, 251, 285

March, Marche, Hugh de la, 234
-, - John de la, 76, 87
-, - - Alice, dau. of, 76, 87
-, - - - Isabella Paas, grand- mother of, 76, 77
-, - Philip atte, 203
-, - William de la, 23, 219
-, See also Mersshe.

Marcham, Thomas de, 218

Marchant, Marchaunt, John, 4, 18, 49, 57

Mareschal, Marchal, Marechal, &c., Alexander le, 22, 100
-, - John (le), 76, 182, 263
-, - - de Aynho, 12
-, - - de Croydone, 13
-, - Richard le, 210
-, - Robert (le), 21, 48, 145, 151, 165, 293
-, - Walter le, 21

Mareys, Marreys, John, 24
-, - appointed King's Alnager, 183, 194, 195

Margaret, wife of King Edward I., claims Queen's gold, 69
-, - Countess of Kent, 153n.

Mariners, a council comprised of, to meet at Westminster to consult for the safety of the realm, 73. See also Navy.

Marioun, John, 219
-, - Richard, 218

Marisco, Gilbert de, 75n.

Markeby, Henry, 271

Markets, none to be established within a circuit of seven miles of the City, 126-7

Markyngtone, John, 273

Marleberghe, John de, 219

Marsh. See Mersshe.

Martinescroft, John de, 52

Martone, John de, 89

Martyn, John, 145, 203
-, - - Sheriff, dies during office, 302
-, - Walter, 208, 220
-, - William (Knt.), 296, 297

Marwe, William, 294. See also Merwe.

Maryns, Thomas de, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 15, 16, 19, 21, 28, 31, 37, 42, 45, 49, 50, 53, 54, 56, 60, 62, 63, 65, 66, 67, 70, 71, 73, 74, 76, 79, 80, 82, 85, 86, 87, 89, 91, 93, 95, 99, 104, 107, 109, 112, 113, 114, 117, 118, 119, 121, 124, 125, 127, 130, 131, 132, 133, 135, 136, 137, 139, 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, 190, 196

Maryns, Thomas de, death of, 191; late Chamberlain, account of, 196

Mason, Sir William, presented to a chantry founded by Sir John de
-, Pulteneye, 247

Massham, Thomas de, 219

Masshebury, Adam de, 95
-, - - Adam, son of, 95

Massyngham, John de, 26

Matheu, Mathewe, John, 296-7
-, - - called "de Nortone," 154
-, See also Nortone, John de.

Maudeleyne, John, 250

Maundeville, Walter (de), 146, 149

Mauner, Geoffrey (le), 48, 145, 151, 176

Mautravers, John, restored to favour, 233

Maxfeld, Richard de, 220
-, - William de, 220

May, Thomas, 103

Maydenstan, Maydestane, John de, 11
-, - William de, 195

Mayor, the, election of, 40, 74, 77, 287, 288, 298, 299, 300, 303, Gerard Corp committed for insult ing, 40; the same fined in forty casks of wine, 40; elects one of the Sheriffs, 169, 234, 301; precept for election of, 223; removed from office by Edward III., 287-8; by Richard II., 289-90; election of, ordinance touching mode of, 304-6

Mayors, 9 John to 2 Edw. VI.:
-, Abyndone, Stephen de, 283
-, Acheley, Roger, 299
-, Adryan, John, 280
-, Alderman, James le, 277
-, Aleyn, John (Knt.), 301, 302
-, Alwyne, Nicholas, 298
-, Amcottes, Henry, 303
-, Andreu, James, 202, 203, 287
-, Ascue, "Christofer," 302
-, Askham, Askeham, William, 274, 291
-, Asshwy, Ralph, 278
-, Astry, Ralph, Knt., 297
-, Aubrey, Aubri, Aubry, Andrew, 2, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46,

Mayors: 50, 53, 54, 55, 56, 61, 62, 65, 66, 91, 194, 209, 241, 242, 243, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 266, 285, 286
-, Aylmer, Laurence, 298
-, Baldry, Thomas, 301
-, Bamme, Adam, 289-290
-, Barentyn, Drew, 275, 291
-, Bartone, Henry, 292, 293
-, Basset, Robert, 296
-, Basyng, Adam, 279
-, Bat, Gerard, 278
-, - Nicholas, 279
-, Baylly, William, Knt., 301
-, Bernes, Biernes, John, 191, 287
-, Betoigne, Richard de, 284
-, Billesden, Robert, 296
-, Blount, John (le), 36, 282
-, Bokerell, Andrew, 278
-, Boleyn, Geoffrey, 294
-, Bongey, Reiner de, 278
-, Bowes, Martin, Knt., 303
-, Bowyer, William, 303
-, Bradbury, Thomas, 299
-, Brembre, Nicholas, 268, 272, 288, 289
-, Brice, Hugh, 297
-, Brokle, John, 293
-, Broune, John, 296
-, - William, 300
-, - - senior, 298
-, Brown, Stephen, 293, 294
-, Brugge, John, Knt., 301
-, Bury, Adam de, 287
-, Butler, William, Knt., 300
-, Cambrigge, William, 292
-, Canynges, Thomas, 294
-, Capell, William, Knt., 298, 299
-, Catworth, Thomas, 294
-, Cavendisshe, Stephen, 200, 287
-, Chaltone, Thomas, 294
-, Champneys, John, 302
-, Chawry, Richard, 297
-, Chechele, Robert, 291, 292
-, Chichestre, John, 287
-, Chigwell, "Chekewell," &c.,
-, Hamo de, 140, 283, 284
-, Clopton, Hugh, 297
-, - Robert, 293
-, Colet, Henry, 297
-, Conduit, Reginald de, 5, 63, 284, 285
-, Cook, Thomas, 295
-, Copynger, William, 299
-, Cotes, John, Knt., 303
-, Coventre, John, 292
-, Crowmer, William, 292
-, Darci, Darcy, Henry, 2, 18, 20,

Mayors: 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 40, 189, 249, 250, 251, 285
-, Dodmer, Ralph, 302
-, Dolsely, Simon, 286
-, Dormer, Michael, Knt., 303
-, Drope, Robert, 296
-, Duke, Roger le, 278
-, Edward, William, 295
-, Estefeld, William, 293
-, Exmewe, Thomas, 301
-, Extone, Nicholas, 289
-, "Eyre," Simon, 294
-, Farndone, Nicholas de, 283, 284
-, Fauconer, Thomas, 292
-, Feldyng, Geoffrey, 294
-, Fitz Alan, Peter, 279
-, - Roger, 277
-, Fitz Alwyn, Henry, 277
-, Fitz Richard, William, 279
-, Fitz Roger, Roger, 279
-, Fitz Thomas, Hugh 280
-, - Thomas, 279
-, Forman, William, Knt., 302
-, Forster, Stephen, 294
-, Fraunceys, Fraunceis, Adam, 225, 286
-, - John 291
-, - Simon, 74, 75, 76, 77, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 171, 188, 208, 258, 259, 267, 285, 286
-, Fresshe, John, 290
-, Frowik, Frowyk, Henry, 293, 294
-, Gardyner, Richard, 296
-, Gedney, John, 293, 294
-, Gisors, Gysors, John (de), 279, 283
-, Grantham, John de, 284
-, Gregory, William, 294
-, Gresham, John, Knt., 303
-, - Richard, Knt., 302
-, Haddon, Richard (Knt.), 298, 299
-, Hadlee, John, 288
-, - Thomas (mistake for John), 290
-, Hamond, John, 91, 93, 95, 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, 260, 261, 262, 263, 285
-, Hampton, William, Knt., 295
-, Hardell, Hardel, Ralph, 279
-, - William, 277
-, Haryot, William, 296
-, Hathirle, John, 294
-, Hayford, Humphrey, 296
-, Hende, John, 289, 291

Mayors:
-, Hervey, Walter, 280
-, Hille, Thomas, Knt., 296
-, Hoberthorn, Henry, Knt., 303
-, Hollis, William Knt., 303
-, Horne, William, Knt., 297
-, Hulyn, William, 294
-, James, Bartholomew, Knt., 296
-, Jenyns, Stephen, 299
-, Josselyn, Ralph (Knt.), 295, 296
-, Joynour, William, 278
-, Keybyll, Henry, 299
-, Kneseworth, Thomas, 298
-, Knollys Thomas, 291
-, Kyslyngbury, Kylsyngbury, &c., Richard de, 207, 221, 224-5, 226, 228, 229, 230, 231, 234, 235, 236, 286, 303-4
-, Lacer, Richard, 2, 133, 135, 137, 138, 139, 140, 142, 143, 149, 151, 153, 155, 157, 158, 175, 264, 285, 304
-, Lamberd, Nicholas, 302
-, Large, Robert, 293
-, Laxton, William, Knt., 303
-, Lee, Richard, 295
-, Leggy, Legy, Thomas, 157, 171, 172, 173, 175 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 183, 184, 265, 286
-, Lovekyn, John, 53, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 216, 224, 286, 287
-, Martyn, William, Knt., 297
-, Marwe, William, 294
-, Mathewe, John, 297
-, Mercer, Serlo (le), 277
-, Merlow, Richard, 291, 292
-, Michel, John, 292, 293
-, Monoix, George, 300
-, Mordene, Simon, 287
-, More, William, 290
-, Mundy, John, Knt., 301
-, Mylburn. John, 301
-, Myrfyn, Thomas, 301
-, Noot, John, 141, 287
-, Norhamptone, John, 270, 289
-, Norman, John, 279, 294
-, Olney, John, 294
-, Ottele, Robert, 293
-, Owlegreve, Thomas, 295
-, Oxon', Oxonia, Oxenford, John de, 66, 67, 73, 74, 77, 257, 285
-, Paddesley, John, 293
-, Pargettour, Thomas, Knt., 302
-, Pecche, John, 287
-, Pecok Stephen, Knt., 302
-, Percyval, John, 298
-, Perneys, John, 293

Mayors:
-, Philip, Matthew, 295
-, Philipot, Philepot, John, 269, 271, 288
-, Prestone, John de, 18, 158, 284
-, Pulteneye, Sir John de, 2, 5, 8, 10, 15, 17, 91, 284, 285
-, Purchase, William, 298
-, Pyel, John, 287
-, Pykard, Henry, 286
-, Reede, Bartholomew, 298
-, Reest, John, 300
-, Refham Richer de, 283
-, Remyngtone, William, 298
-, Renger, Richard, 278
-, - Roger (sic), 278
-, Reynwelle, John, 292
-, Roche, William, Knt., 303
-, Rokesle, Gregory de, 281
-, Romayn, Thomas, 283
-, Rudstone, John, Knt., 301
-, Russel, Russell, Elyas, 176, 282
-, Scot, Thomas, 294
-, Sevenok, William, 292
-, Seymer, Thomas, 301
-, Shaa, Edmund, Knt., 296
-, - John, Knt., 298
-, Shadworth, John, 291
-, Spencer, James, 301
-, Stable, Adam, 288
-, Staundone, William, 290, 291
-, Stodeye, Stodie, &c., John (de), 113n., 216, 241, 268, 286
-, Stokton, John, Knt., 295
-, Swanlond, Symon de, 284
-, Taillour, William, 295
-, Tate, John, 296, 297, 300
-, - Robert, 297
-, Tolasan, John, 279
-, Tovy, Michael, 279
-, Turk, Turke, Walter, 173, 187, 189, 197, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 214, 215, 216, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 265, 286, 306
-, Twyford, Nicholas, Knt., 289
-, Venour, William, 273, 289
-, Verney, Ralph, 295
-, Walcote, John, 291
-, Walderne, William, 291, 292
-, Waleys, Henry, 281, 282
-, Walworth, Waleworth, William, 288
-, Warde, John, 288
-, Warren, Ralph, Knt., 302, 303
-, Wellys, John, 293
-, Wengrave, Wangrave, John de, 176, 283
-, White, William, 297

Mayors:
-, Whityngtone, Richard, 291, 292
-, Wodecok, John, 274, 291
-, Wottone, Nicholas, 292, 293
-, Wroth, Wrothe, John, 190-1, 287
-, Wych, Hugh, 295
-, Wychyngham, Wychingham, &c., Geoffrey de, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 174, 181, 182, 184, 264, 285, 307
-, Wyfold, Nicholas, 294
-, Wynger, John, 298
-, Yerford, James, 301
-, Yong, John, 295

Mayors, death of, during office:
-, Bamme, Adam, 290n.
-, Bowyer, William, 303
-, Bradbury, Thomas, 299
-, Broun, William, 300
-, Broun, William, senior, 298
-, Bukerel, Andrew, 278n.
-, Copynger, William, 299
-, Oxenford, John de, 285n.
-, Rokesle, Gregory de, 281n.

Mazerer, John le, 167
-, - Stephen (le), 148, 152, 167
-, - - Alice, wife of, 167
-, - - John, son of, 167
-, - - Richard, son of, 167
-, - Thomas le, 26
-, - William le, 281

Measures, false, to be burnt, 245-6; to be sealed with the seal of the Alderman of the Ward, 246

Meausone, Borewald, de Dordragh', 254, 255

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

Medeford, John, 53

Medelane, William de, 38

Meel, Thomas, 57, 147, 151, 180

Megucers (White tawyers), ordinances of the, 153

Meire, William, 264

Melchebourne, Thomas de, 44

Meleward, Richard le, of Great Mer lawe, 161
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 161

Melford, William de, Archdeacon of Colchester, 135

Melred, William, 292

Meltone, Geoffrey de, 214
-, - John de, 165
-, - Robert de, 26

Melton Moubray, Thomas de, 13

Menot, William, 291

Mentriche, Pain de, 259

Mercer, Serlo le, 276, 277

Merchant Strangers. See Foreigners.

Merchant Taylors. See Tailors.

Mere, William atte, 259

Merewode, Thomas de, 73, 86, 104

Mereworth, Simon de, 5, 7, 49, 283

Merk, Richard, 147, 150

Merlowe, Richard, 291, 292

Merry, Roger, 229

Merseye, Walter de, 161, 251
-, - - Cecilia, wife of, 161

Mershetone, Mersshtone, Henry de, 256
-, - Thomas de, 13

Mersshe, Mersche, Henry atte, 153
-, - Henry de Cove, called de, 177
-, - John atte, 153, 177
-, - Nicholas atte, 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

Merstone, Walter de, Commissary of the Bishop of London, 209

Merwe, Merewe, John de, 146, 149 See also Marwe.

Messager, John, 26

Michel, Michell, Michol, John, 292, 293
-, - Richard, 263
-, - William, 22

Middeltone, John, 294

Midlyngtone, Richard de, 27

Miles, Myls, John, 8, 21

Mimmes, Mymmes, Robert de, 265
-, - Roger de, 91, 162

Minot, Mynot, Michael, 6, 17, 18, 47, 85

Mirourer, Mirorer, Merorer, Geoffrey 1, 21, 47
-, - Gilbert le, 147, 150
-, - Richard le, 6, 29n., 46, 76, 220

Missok, Missoke, Robert, 17, 173
-, - - Margery, wife of, 17

Misteries, the, a Common Council elected from, 237-8

Mitford, Mytford, John (de), 216, 287

Mixebury, Mixebery, Ralph de, 23, 143, 256

Mockyng, Mokkynge, &c., Hughde, 56
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 56
-, - - - Matilda, mother of, daughter of Alice, wife of Nicholas de Bokehurst, 56
-, - John de, 8, 26, 31, 37, 42, 48, 96, 112, 119, 123, 144, 150, 174, 184, 225, 251, 254, 284
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 42; Alderman of Bridge Ward, 75, 184

Mogwell Street, Mugwell Street (Monkwell Street), chapel or hermi tage in, 180n.

Mohaut (Mohant ?), Edmund, 19

Moncoy, Montkoy, Monqoy, Moun quoi, Henry, 9, 18, 21
-, - John, 96, 146, 152, 173, 196, 210, 238
-, See also "Moneye Cook."

Mondene. See Mundene.

Money changers appointed, 120, 127; the business of exchange in the King's hands, 232

"Moneye Cook," "Monoye Coco," "Moneie Coco," Richard, 110, 160. See also Moncoy.

Monoux, George, 299, 300

Montacute, Sir Edward de, 184
-, - - Alice, wife of, 184

Montefiore, Master Paul de, the King's Clerk, 4, 68

Monte Gomeri, John de, appointed Admiral of the Fleet from the mouth of the Thames westward, 73

Morager, Richard (le), 130, 136, 261

Moraunt, Sir Thomas de, Knt., 248

Morchard, Richard, de Langeford, 249, 250

Mordone, Mourdone, Gilbert de, 7, 22, 284
-, - Simon (de), 146, 151, 215, 231, 238, 287
-, - Walter de, 2, 6, 19, 22, 46, 50, 52, 54, 63, 75, 79, 91, 92, 122, 123, 134, 136, 143, 144, 150, 170, 184, 231, 285, 304
-, - - Walter, son of, 231
-, - William de, 5, 6, 52, 148, 151, 226

More, John (atte), 120, 198, 271, 272, 289
-, - Ralph atte, 281
-, - Richard atte, 180
-, - - de Wyndesore, called "de Staneford" or "Saneford," 109n., 169
-, - - Katherine, wife of, dau. of Cristina la Telmestere, 109n., 169
-, - Robert atte, 248
-, - Stephen atte, 26
-, - William, 272, 289, 290

Morel, Roger, 222
-, - - John, son of, 222
-, - - Margaret, dau. of, 222
-, - - elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 173
-, - Walter, elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 173

Morice, Gilbert, 13. See also Morys.

Morland, John de, 13

Morle, Morlee, John, 170

Morle, Morlee, Thomas de, 145, 223

Morstede, Thomas, 293

Mortimer, Robert, 128

Mortone, John de, 205, 223

Morys, Peter, 273
-, - Thomas, 205
-, See also Morice.

Mosehache, Musehacche, Walter, 42, 48, 146, 150

Motoun, Robert, 230n.
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 230
-, - - - Alice, dau. of, 230
-, - - Robert, son of, 230

Moundeville, Mundeville, Philip (de), 201, 212

Mounpelers, Robert, 280

Mountagu, Elizabeth de, 55

Mountemayn, Monte Magno, Gabriel de, 120

Moy, John, 145, 151

Mucham, John (de), 244

Mulne, John atte, 218

Multone, John de, 27
-, - Thomas de, 13, 273

Munde, John, junior, otherwise called John Andreu de Abbeye Waltham, co. Essex, 270

Mundene, Mondene, John de, de Shor diche, 170
-, - - Edmund, son of, 170
-, - Osbert de, 208

Mundy, John (Knt.), 300, 301

Munmoth, Humfrey, 302

Murage, receipts of, 16; burgesses of Coventre to be quit of, 23, 24; granted to the City for five years, 24; of Smithfield let to ferm, 24, 39, 66, 81; burgesses of Sarum complain of distraint for payment of, 32; of the Poultry let to ferm, 39; of Chepe let to ferm, 39, 66; citi zens of Norwich to be quit of, 44; burgesses of Lenne to be quit of, 44; citizens of Cork to be quit of, 44; citizens of Dublin to be quit of, 44-5; of Billingsgate let to ferm, 66; Hos- pital of St. John of Jerusalem to be quit of, 72; of "la Ledenhall" let to ferm, 80; Flemish merchants to be quit of, 84

Muschamp, Thomas, 295

Mussendene, William de, 72, 73, 82

Musshe, Elyas, 47, 145, 151

Mylbourne, Mylburn, John, 299, 301

Mynstretone, Thomas de, 12

Mynure, John le, 279

Myre, Henry, 42
-, - - Agnes, wife of, daughter of William Twomer, 42, 43

Myrfyn, Thomas, 299, 301

N

Nangkilly, Osbert de, 252
-, - - Roger, son of, 252

Naples, William de, 196, 197

Nasard, John, 230

Nasynge, John de, 18, 135
-, - - John, son of, 135
-, - William de, 253

Navestoke, John de, Parson of Wylynghale, co. Essex, 103, 125

Navy, the, money collected for fur nishing ships, 5, 8, 33, 34; consulta tions as to the state of, 41, 94, 158; ships of more than forty tons to be prepared to cross the sea, 41; to be sent to Orewell, 51; John de Monte Gomeri, Admiral of the Fleet from the mouth of the Thames westward, 73; ships in the Thames to be seized for the King's service, 118, 159; of the City, under the Admiral of the West or Admiral of the North? 130; ships to be fur nished by the City, 159-60, 166; subsidy on wool, &c., for, 178, 203-4

Nax, Simon atte, 110

Nayere, Peter, 207
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, wife of William de Glendale, 207
-, - - Isolda, daughter of, 207
-, - - Leticia, daughter of, wife of Simon de Beverley, 207
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 207

Naysshe, John atte, de Grenewych, 195

"Neck-verse," 257n.

"Nec se retraxit," 257n.

Nede, Ralph, 128

Nedeham, Richard, 294

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

Neel, Neal, Nel, Robert, 180
-, - Walter, 6, 17, 18, 19, 27, 30, 47, 85, 87, 91, 92, 119, 123, 139, 144, 150, 249, 250, 257, 285

Netlebed, John, 269, 270

Nets, of unlawful mesh, ordered to be burnt, 88, 99, 100, 111, 116, 195; inspectors of unlawful, appointed, 111

Nettelwelle, Walter de, 228, 229

Neubery, John de, 22, 172, 212

Neubolt, Roger, 208

Neuport, John (de), 21, 114
-, - Thomas de, 205, 223, 224
-, - - Johanna, wife of, widow of Simon de Adyngton, 205, 223, 224

Neuport, Thomas de, John, son of Johanna, wife of, 205, 223, 224
-, - admitted a Serjeant of the Cham ber, 191
-, - William (de), 7, 9, 22, 47, 144, 147, 149, 151, 288

Neutone, Thomas, 290

Neuwent, Walter, 220

Neuwerk, John de, 219

Neve, Henry le, 257
-, - John le, 23, 49, 88, 146, 152
-, - - junior, 257

Neville, Sir John de, 86

New Abbey without Alegate, Minor esses of, 62

Newcastle, Stephen de, 12

Newelond, Andrew, 277

Newelyn, Peter, 276

Neweman, Robert, de Edelmetone, 246

Newemawe, Dediric le, 199

Newentone, John de 251

Newenton on the Wold (Newton le Wold, co. Linc.), John Botoner, Rector of, 187

"Newestrete," 160

Newgate, the pavement before, corn market on, 83, 100, 101, 102; the Keepership of, desired by the King for Richard de Canterbyrs, 90, 91; Commissioners for gaol delivery of, 135, 155, 225

New Temple, the, 92
-, - the manor of, 116n.

Newyntone, Richard de, 12

Nichol, Philip, 268. See also "Fitz" Nichol.

Nichole, Reymond de, 103
-, - Thomas de, 205
-, - William, 249
-, See also Lincoln.

Nigel, 160

Nityngale, Benedict, 218

Noble, the gold, introduction of, 107, 109, 120, 127, 243

Noble, Adam le, 218
-, - Roger le, 218

Noket, Thomas atte, 234

"Nonancort," charter of Richard I. dated from, 36

Noot. See Not.

Nordone, Richard, 294

Noreys, Robert le, 92
-, - - Alice, wife of, 92

Norfolk, Thomas, Earl of, Marshal of England, 69

Norman, John, 278, 279, 294

Normantone, Thomas, 274
-, - - Margaret, late wife of, 274, 275

Normanville, Richard de, 11

Northalle, Northhalle, &c., John de, 10, 36, 39, 40, 46, 48, 51, 54, 60, 81, 92, 96, 107, 109, 122, 123, 139, 143, 144, 151, 177, 255, 285
-, See also Clerk, John le.

Northampton, Statute of, 19, 20; a Council held at, 25

Northampton, Earl of. See Bohun, William de.

Northamptone, Norhamptone, &c., Henry de, 3, 22, 35, 86
-, - John (de), 12, 258, 270, 271, 279, 288, 289
-, - Robert de, 65
-, - Roger de, 259, 260
-, - Thomas de, 47, 146, 151

Northbourne, John de, 218

Northburgh, John de, 153
-, - Michael de, 71
-, - Roger de, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 51

Northerne, Alice la, 7
-, - Thomas le, 171

Northfolk, John de, 217

Northholme, Ralph de, 114
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 114

"Northlond," le, plot of land called, 177

Northlond, Thomas, 296

Nortone, Gregory de, 2, 17, 19, 27, 189
-, - John de, 7, 47, 83, 266
-, - - Master of the House of St. Mary de Bethlehem, 163
-, - John Matheu called de, 154
-, - William (de), 261, 275, 291

Norwich, citizens of, to be quit of murage, 44; city of, 50

Norwych, Norwyche, John de, 11, 180, 200
-, - Robert de, 180
-, - William de, 218

Not, Note, Notte, Noot, John, 141, 145, 151, 223, 226, 228, 234, 286, 287

Notingham, Notyngham, Adam de, 251, 252
-, - Richard de, 79, 180, 202, 213, 238, 253, 286
-, - Robert de, 219
-, - William de, 253, 254

Nottele, William de, 146

Nottone, William de, 135, 155, 225

Notyngham, charter dated from, 41

Nuisances, assize of, 127

"Nunthay," Ralph de Halstede called, 8. See also Halstede.

Nuyer, Peter, 128

Nynes, Nicholas, 298

O

Oaths of various officials, 125, 126

Obley, Robert, 293

Ode, John, 205

Odierne, Odyerne, John, 7, 23, 48, 145, 151

Odiham, Odyham, Richard, elected Chamberlain, 288
-, - Robert de, 252

Ody, "Torrus," Lombard, 6, 47

Oede, Geoffrey, of "Astone under Egge," co. Glouces., 43
-, - Nicholas, 62
-, - William, 62

Ofham, John de, 238

Okele, Thomas de, 218

Okham, Okeham, Bartholomew de, 11
-, - William, 65, 224, 231

Okthorpe, John de, 13

Old Fish Market, the, 31

Olney, John, 293 294

Olyver, Edmund, 270
-, - John, 75, 170, 184
-, - Walter, 116
-, - William, 116

"Opeland,' 102

Ordinary, the, "neck verse" read before, 257n.

Orewell, ships to be sent to, 51; men sent to, 55

Organ, John, 289

Ormesby, John de, 159

Orphans, custody, &c., of, 17, 18, 35, 37, 39, 42, 43, 45, 55, 56, 66, 74, 75, 87, 104, 115, 120, 121, 133, 142, 153, 162, 167, 168, 176, 177, 179, 185, 186, 189, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203 204, 210, 211, 221, 222, 223, 224, 229, 230, 231, 236, 241, 243, 246, 248, 249

Osborn, Osberne, Goscelin, 6
-, - John, 219
-, - Robert, 267

Osebourne, John, 272

Osekyn, Osekyne, John, 21, 239
-, - Margery, 208
-, - Roger, 40, 65, 148, 151, 169

"Osemund," iron called, 162

Oseneye, John de, 55
-, - - Walter, son of, 55

Ostage, William, 210
-, - - Thomas, son of, 210

Ottele, Ottleye, John de, 13
-, - Robert, 293

Oulegrave, Owlegreve, Thomas, 294, 295

Oundele, Robert de, 257

Oweyn, Ewayn, Yweyn, &c., John, 8, 23, 49, 96, 146, 151, 171

Oxford, University of, 209
-, - burgesses of, claim the right of assize of bread and ale like the City of London, 239, 242

Oxford, Earl of, 49

Oxford, Oxenford, Oxon', &c., Adam de, 260
-, - John (de), 5, 6, 17, 36, 40, 42, 46, 50, 63, 66, 67, 73, 74, 77, 91, 96, 97, 116, 143, 147, 150, 164, 203, 204, 208, 212, 215, 223, 235, 239, 250, 251, 252n., 255, 257, 284, 285
-, - - Richard, son of, 252n.
-, - - dies during his Mayoralty, 74, 77
-, - - late Rector of St. Peter de Cornhulle, 115
-, - Richard de, 268
-, - - elected a broker for the mistery of Skinners, 164
-, - Thomas de, 73, 82, 107, 145, 150, 250, 252
-, - William de, 219
-, - - vintainer, 27

Ox hides, free trade allowed in, 29

Oyldebeof, William, de Colmworth, co. Beds, 189

P

Paas, Isabella, 76, 77
-, - - Alice, daughter of John de la Marche and granddaughter of, 76
-, - Ralph, elected a broker of leather, 183

Packer, Packere, Henry le, 264
-, - John, 218

Paddesley, John, 293

Page, Philip, 267
-, - Stephen, 35
-, - Walter, 8, 17, 49, 96, 97, 146, 147, 188, 208

Pageham, Thomas de, 76

Pagett, Robert, 302

Pakenham, Peter de, 112

Palæstrina. See Penestrina.

Palmere, Gilbert (le), 6, 47, 121, 145, 150, 157, 161, 180, 251
-, - Henry (le), 4, 17, 112, 173, 249
-, - Richard, 208, 264
-, - Robert le, 26
-, - Roger le, 283
-, - Simon le, 264
-, - Stephen (le), 145, 150, 255
-, - Thomas le, 35

Palmere, Thomas le, Agnes, daughter of, wife of Richard Baldewyn, 35
-, - William (le), 122, 147, 148, 150, 151, 256

Pampesworth, John de, 92
-, - Thomas de, 14

Pannetrie, Panetrie, Panetria, William de (la), 80, 137, 153, 170, 201, 202n.
-, - - Margaret, wife of, daughter of Agnes, daughter of John de Aylesham, 202n.
-, See also Pentrie.

Pany (Pavy ?), Gilbert, 7, 18, 85

Papal Bulls, &c., not to be brought into England, 93; to be obtained for the City by Nicholas de Hethe, 209n.

Parfey, John, 275

Pargeter, Pargettour, Thomas (Knt.), 301, 302

Paris, girdles of, 253

Park, Thomas atte, 248

Parker, John (le), 12, 218
-, - William, 290

Parliament, grants of subsidies by, 3, 68, 92, 108-119, 243, 247; at York, 1335, ordinance of, granting free trade to strangers, 14, 15; the same con firmed, 229; writs for election of City members of, 30, 32, 38, 41, 44, 52, 84, 100, 142, 171, 178, 226, 240; gives judgment in a case where the Sheriffs of London remove a prisoner out of the custody of the Sheriff of Lincoln, 35; the King's complaint as to irregular election of members of, 41; objects to Papal claims to ecclesiastical patronage in England, 87, 93; lawyers ex cluded from, 226, 240; the King's Purveyors not to take corn for fear of scarcity during session of, 227; of 1351, statutes passed by, 232; the carrying of arms for- bidden during the session of, 242

Parmenter, John le, of York, 199
-, - - Elena, daughter of, 199

Parning. See Parvynge.

Partryche, Nicholas, 301

Parvynge, Parvynke, Pernyng, Robert, 59, 61, 64, 77, 89, 94, 107

Parys, Henry de, 165
-, - John de, 60
-, - - Roesia, wife of, widow of John de Lenne, 60
-, - - - Alice, daughter of, 60
-, - Richard de, 11, 280
-, - Roger de, 282
-, - Simon de, 282

Parys, Stephen de, 17, 18, 250
-, - - Emma Bourdeyn, late wife of, 17
-, - - John, son of, 17
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 18

Passefeld, William de, 128

Passelewe, Henry de, 226 See also Pyselewe.

Passeware, William de, 53

Passour, Nicholas, 27

Pastone, John de, 7, 146, 149

Pategris, John, 256

Paterling, Paterlyng, &c., Richard, 22, 30, 36, 48
-, - Thomas, 244-5
-, - Walter, 6, 48, 146, 151

Paternostrer, Walter, 219

Patricksborne, co. Kent, 76n.

Patrik, Richard, 102

Patryngtone, William de, 266

Pattone, Ralph de, 219

Paul, John, 42

Pavement, corn markets on the. See Gracechurch and Newgate.

Payn, Payne, Gilbert, 76
-, - John, sworn beadle of the Weavers, 81; elected a bailiff of the Weavers, 134, 156, 186, 249
-, - Richard, 220
-, - William, 91, 146, 152, 162, 176
-, - - Juliana, wife of, 91

Paynell, Richard, 273

Paynyswyk, Simon de, 218

Peautrer, John, 263
-, - Nicholas, 92
-, - Roger (le), 146, 150, 161, 194
-, - - Mary, daughter of, 194
-, - - Thomas, son of, 194
-, - - William, son of, 194
-, See also Syward, Roger.
-, - Stephen le, 224
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 224
-, - - William, son of, 224
-, - Thomas le, a Warden of the Conduit, 28
-, - William (le), 160, 218
-, - - a Warden of the Conduit, 29

Pecche, Peche, Henry, 227
-, - John, 6, 21, 47, 53, 145, 150, 177, 205, 210, 211, 235, 248, 268, 286, 287

Peccworthe, Thomas de, 218

Pecok, Stephen (Knt.), 301, 302

Pedewardyn. See Petewardyn.

Pekesdene, Roger de, 13

Pekfichele (?), Robert, 21

Pekham, Geoffrey de, 12
-, - Simon de, 39
-, - - John, son of, 39

Pekham, Simon de, Matilda, wife of, 39
-, - Thomas de, 264

Peleter, Eustace le, 263

Pelham, John de, 120
-, - - Margery, daughter of, 120

Pellesworth, Richard de, 219

Peltry, broker of, admitted, 17

Pemberton, Hugh, 297

Pembroke, Countess of. See St. Pol.
-, - Earl of. See Valence.

Pembroke, Richard de, 255, 256

Penere, William, 271

Penestrina, Palæstrina, Præneste, Cardinal Peter of, 88, 209

Penne, Thomas (John ?), 291

Pentelowe, William de, 220

Pentiz, William, 219

Pentrie, Pentrye, John, 145, 150
-, - William de, 150
-, See also Pannetrie.

Pepperers of the mistery of aver de pois, 127

Percy, Agnes, 267
-, - Nicholas, 219

Percyval, Percyvale, John, 297, 298

Perle, Thomas, 40, 215, 223, 238, 306

Perneys, John, 292, 293

Pernyng. See Parvynge.

Pertenhale, Robert de, 213
-, - William de, 4, 7, 9, 48, 74, 91, 147, 151

Pertone, Henry de, 13

Pery, Alexander atte, 220

Pestilence or Black Death, 199, 210

Petewardyn, Pedewardyn, Cambin, 162
-, - John de, 13

Petit, John, 147, 152. See also Little.

Petlyngge, Robert, elected a Warden of the Sheathers, 186

Peverel, John, 13, 26

Pewter, vessels of, condemned for being made with too much lead, 214

Pewterers, the, ordinances of, 183

Peyntour, John, 145, 151, 211, 213, 265
-, - Peter le, 91

Phelip Norton, co. Somerset, 271

Philip, Matthew, 294, 295

Philipot, Phelipot, John (Knt.), 268, 269, 271, 287, 288

Philippa, Queen, payment made to her rein bearer, 4; loans and gifts to, 5, 6-8; money claimed by, as Queen's gold, 66-7, 68, 69, 70, 74, 78, 83, 85, 86, 90, 122, 164

Phippe, Alan, 219

Picard, Pycard, Pichard, Henry, 121, 144, 152, 187, 205, 223, 235, 248, 248, 286, 306

Picard, Pycard, Pichard, John, 149
-, - Richard, 279

Picheford, John de, 12

Picot, Pycot, Pykot, &c., John, 22, 35, 86, 143, 148, 152
-, - Nicholas, 12, 35, 282
-, - Roger, 144, 147, 149, 151, 202
-, - - Simon, son of, 202, 203
-, - - Thomas, son of, 202
-, - William, 196, 197
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 196, 197

Piel, Pyel, John, 145, 152, 223, 287
-, - - junior, 205

Pike, Thomas, 291

Pilgrims not to leave the country without special permission, 222-3

Pillory, the, punishment of, for those selling bad meat, 181; for selling a putrid capon, 227

Pinners, the, ordinances of, 204

Pipard, Henry, 26

Pipere, Gilbert le, elected a broker of woad, 110, 192
-, - John le, 218
-, - Thomas (le), 198, 236
-, - - Johanna, wife of, late wife of Philip de Shrouesbury, 236

Pipe Roll, extract from, anno 18 Edward III., 92

Piphurst, Thomas de, 12, 27

Pisa, city of, merchants unlawfully imprisoned it, 158

Plague. See Pestilence.

Plastrer, Hugh le, 189
-, - - John, son of, 189
-, - - Robert, son of, 189
-, - - Thomas, son of, 189

"Plates," 33

Plessys, Richard de, Archdeacon of Colchester, 135

Ploket, Nicholas, 202

Plomer, Plommer, John, 294
-, - - de Kyngestone, 31
-, - - Johanna, widow of, daugh ter of Walter de Chesewyk, 31
-, - Stephen, 148, 152, 166
-, - Thomas, 148, 152

Pokelyngtone, John de, 13
-, - - City Coroner, 274

Pokeriche, William, vintainer, 26

Pole, Polle, Adam atte (de la), 103, 134, 146, 151, 170, 184
-, - John atte, 48
-, - Ralph atte, 41
-, - Thomas, 274, 275, 291
-, - (Sir) William de la, 55, 149

Poleter, Adam le, 208
-, - - Juliana, wife of, 208

Poleyn, Theobald, 78

Pommesbourne, Alice de, Prioress of Kellebourne, 53

Pond, Ponde, Giles atte, 52
-, - Richard atte, 265
-, - Roger atte, 7, 255

Pong, Pongge, Punge, Nicholas, 6-9, 22, 49, 78, 143, 147, 148, 150, 243

Ponte, Pount, John de, 69, 120. See also Punte.

Pontefract, Pomfreyt, Pounfreyt, &c., Adam de, 26-7
-, - Henry, 291
-, - John (de), 65, 201, 225
-, - Peter de, 38
-, - William de, 8, 17, 22, 31, 47, 60, 74, 81, 87, 89, 92, 96, 98, 99, 113, 117, 119, 122, 123, 131, 132, 137, 144, 152, 159, 162, 250, 251, 253, 254, 259, 285, 304
-, - - Alderman of Cripplegate Ward, 162

Pope. See Clement VI.

Popelton, Popeltone, Robert, 96
-, - Stephen de, 263

Poperynge, Alexander de, 26

Pople, John, 208, 224

Porkelee, Thomas de, 97, 98, 181
-, - - Thomas, son of, 181

Porre, John, 110

Portenar, Portenaire, Andrew, 5, 49
-, - John de, 55, 75, 76

Porter, John, de Smethefeld, 146
-, - Peter, 218
-, - Thomas le, 62, 261
-, - - murage of Smithfield de- mised to, 24, 66; bailiwick of Southwark demised to, 56

Portesmouthe, Hugh de, 7, 52, 145, 150

Portfolk, Ralph de, 53

Portsmouth, forces to be sent to, 10, 11, 106, 122, 130, 133, 137, 138, 141

Portsoken Ward, assessments 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

Poteles, Isabella, 208

"Potels," measures called, 214

Potenhale, Podenhale, (Sir) John de (Knt.), 120, 129, 146, 150, 185
-, - Richard de, 185
-, - - the King's Serjeant at- arms, 141
-, - Thomas de, 185

Poter, Pottere, Walter, 280

Poterel, John, 23

Potyn, Thomas, 143, 147, 150
-, - Walter, 145, 150

Pouches, false, condemned, 205

Pouchmakers, the ordinances of, 197-8
-, - Wardens of, removed and others elected, 198-9
-, See also Bursers.

"Pouleswharf," 259

Poulterers, ordinance prescribing days and standings for, 123

Poultry, the, murage of, 39; butchers not to set up stalls in, 125

Poultry, regulations for sale of, at Leadenhall, 123; forestallers of, 208

Pount. See Ponte.

Pourt Hugh, 282

Poutham, James de, 38

Power, John, 275

Poyntel, John, 26, 283
-, - Richard, 66

Præneste. See Penestrina.

Prat, Alan, 243
-, - - Katherine, daughter of, 243
-, - Henry, 245
-, - Thomas, 96, 99

Preaching Friars within Ludgate, 159

Prentys, Prentiz, John, 273
-, - John Kyng called, 222
-, See also Kyng.

Preste, John, 302

Prestone, Henry de, 3, 6, 15, 23, 33, 46, 48, 98
-, - John de, 5, 8, 18, 29, 63, 157, 158, 219, 274, 275, 283, 284
-, - - John, son of, 158
-, - Richard de, 147, 152, 202
-, - - Dyonisia, wife of, daughter of John de Aylesham, 202
-, - Thomas de, 146
-, - William de, 218

Priour, John, 11, 13
-, - - senior, 283
-, - Thomas, 11

Pritelwelle, Pritewelle, John de, 179, 180, 186
-, - - Cristina, wife of, 180, 186

Privy Seal, Keeper of the, William de Kildesby, 59

Prodhomme, William, 283

Proude, Geoffrey, 208
-, - Robert le, 256

Proudefot, William, de Grenewyche, 99

Provendre, Thomas, 273

Pulham, Simon de, 17, 55, 97, 146, 152, 186
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 186
-, - - Katherine, widow of, wife of Nicholas Bole, 186

Pulteneye, Sir John (de), 2, 5, 8, 10, 15, 16, 17, 46, 49, 50, 75n., 91, 97, 121, 158, 171, 182, 284, 285

Pulteneye, Sir John (de), Alderman of Vintry Ward, 17; grants his tene ment called "Coldherberwe" to the Earl of Hereford, 158; his chantry in St. Paul's, 247

Punge. See Pong.

Punte, Geoffrey, 56 See also Ponte.

Purchace, Purches, William, 297, 298

Purlee, Henry de, Master of the Hos- pital of St. James de Cherryngge, 72, 107, 108

Pursere, Richard, 166
-, - Walter le, 180

Purtreour, Geoffrey le, 253

Purveyance, abuses of, remedied, 167 See also King's Purveyors.

Purveyors, Statute of, 244

Pybakere, Thomas le, 27

Pye, Stephen atte, 265, 266

Pyers, John, 272

Pyk, Pyke, Nicholas, 18, 23, 48, 284

Pykebon, William, 208

Pykeman, Adam, 3, 8, 23, 48, 96, 145, 150
-, - Andrew, 225, 268, 288
-, - Giles, 225
-, - Robert, 96, 104, 143, 148
-, - - senior, 76
-, - - junior, 99
-, - Thomas, 149

Pykenham, John de, 128, 131
-, - - Emma, late wife of, wife of Henry de Shenefeld, 128, 129, 131
-, - Thomas de, 152

Pykerel, William, 89
-, - - Alice, wife of, late wife of Richard de Willehale, 89

Pykeringge, John de, 135

Pymeworth, John de, 260

Pynchebek, John, 52, 53, 256

Pynchyn, Nicholas, Sheriff, dies during office, 302

Pynnere, Pynnore, Richard le, 21, 96, 103, 205
-, - Walter, 218

Pynners. See Pinners.

Pyselewe, John, elected and sworn a broker of the Pepperers, 127. See also Passelewe.

Pyteman, William, 260

Q

Quabrigge, Ansell de, 104
-, - - Johanna, wife of, widow of Thomas de Berdefeld, 104

Quarel, John, 264, 265

"Quarels," 1, 2

Queenhithe, corn sold at, 101, 102; charge for measuring salt at, 193

Queenhithe Ward, 184; assessments of, 4, 9, 27, 33, 144, 149, 217, 219; Aldermen of, Richard de Rothinge, 10, 135; Richard de Kyselyngbury, 187; Adam Fraunceys elected, 248; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 22; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are ob served, 213

Queen's Attorney, the, 85, 86

Queen's gold, 66-7, 68-9, 74, 78, 83, 85-6, 90, 164; not due for gifts, but only on fines, 68-70; demanded on a fine for respite of an Iter, 122

Queen's Receiver, the, 67, 122

Queen's Wardrobe Keeper, the, 228

"Quissyns," 215

R

Rabot, William, 24

Radyngtone, Baldewvn, 290

Ragas, Roger, 210

Ralph, Earl of Stafford, 244

Ram, John, 181

Rameseye, Rammeseye, Gregory de, 92, 118, 124, 183
-, - Robert de, 195
-, - William de, 48 146, 149, 176

Randolf, Margery, 30

Rasen, Simon de, 224

Ratford, William de, 187

Raven, William (atte), 261
-, - - appointed to the Small Balance, 192; dies in office, 192

Rawson, Richard, 296

"Ray," cloth of, or rayed cloth, 260

Rayner, Thomas, 294

Recorder, the, manner of recording City customs by, 64

Recorders
-, Cheyne, William, 268, 270, 272
-, Depham, Roger de, 30, 31, 42, 59, 65, 77, 104, 128, 153, 156, 157, 158, 176, 177, 183, 186, 188, 207, 258, 268
-, Nortone, Gregory de, 19
-, Prestone, John de, 274, 275
-, Thornburgh, Thomas, 274
-, Tremayn, Thomas, 273

Rede, Reede, Bartholomew, 298
-, - Henry, 292
-, - John le, 43
-, - Robert le, 180
-, - William le, 180

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

Redham, William de, 11

Redinge, Redynge, &c., writs dated from, 158, 159, 160, 163, 164, 166, 167
-, - Thomas de Yevyndone, Mayor of, 176

Redyng, Hugh de, 261
-, - William de, 11

Refham, Reffham, "Resham," John de, 35, 45, 50, 81, 82, 95, 96, 97, 121, 146, 150, 155, 215, 220, 238, 251, 253, 255
-, - - John, son of, 95, 97, 155
-, - - - Matilda, wife of, 95, 97, 155
-, - John Gylessone de, 181
-, - - John, son of, 181
-, - Richard (Richer) de, 128, 282, 283

Remyngtone, William, 297, 298

Renger, Richard, 277, 278
-, - Roger (sic), 278

Renter, Bartholomew le, 212

Rest, Reest, John, 299, 300

Reuele, Alwin de, 233

Reulebon, John, 11

Reve, Richard, 271

Revell, Robert, Sheriff, dies during office, 297

Reygate, Henry de, 18, 63, 130, 136
-, - - Nicholas, brother of, 18, 63, 130, 136
-, - - - Alice, wife of, 18, 63, 130, 136
-, - William de, 256

Reymes, Nicholas de, 12, 13
-, - Peter de, 92
-, - - Alice, mother of, 92

Reyner, John, 102, 120, 193, 213

Reynham, Richard de, 7
-, - Simon de, appointed to the Small Balance, 192

Reynolde, Reynoldes, Richard, 275, 302

Reynwell, Reynwelle, John, 293
-, - William (John?), 291

Reynys, Reynes, John, 208

Rhenish Wine, to be sold for no more than 6d. a gallon, 83

Richard I., charter of, to the city of Winchester, 36

Richard II ascends the throne, 288; removes the Mayor and Sheriffs from office, 289-90

Riche, Richard, 293

Richemond, Rychemond, Walter (de), 197, 213

Richer, Thomas, 252

Ridere, Robert le, 212
-, - William le, 41

Riffyn, Richard, 145

Riptone, John de, 250

Risle, John de, 62

Risshelepe, Peter de, 22

Riveshale, John de, 26

Roberdesbregge (co. Sussex), 263

Robert, Prior of St. Mary de Suth werk, 136

Robert, John, 11

Robury, Hugh de, 188, 189

Robynet, John, 234

Roce, John, 231. See also Rote.

Roche, William (Knt.), 301, 303. See also Rothe.

Rodenhale, John de, 121

Rogeroni, Vivian, de Luca, 182

Roirer, Courard, 120, 127

Rokeby, Thomas de, called "le clerk," 250

Rokele, Rokel, John (de la), 23, 48, 73, 74, 77, 78, 92, 98, 105, 142, 144, 150, 158, 159, 171, 257, 258, 285-304

Rokesle, Gregory de, 280, 281
-, - Robert de, junior, 282

Rokyngham, Geoffrey de, 42, 65, 81
-, - John de, 13

Rolf, John, 99, 267

Romans, Louis, Emperor of the, breaks off alliance with England, 65; offers his services to effect a peace between England and France, id.; his offer declined, id.

Romayn, Thomas, 282, 283

Romburch, William de, 53

"Romeland," "Roumland," places in the City known as, 175n.

Romeneye, Romoneye, John de, 9, 22, 145, 149, 187

Romeye, John de, 6

Romford John de, 12

Roo, Robert le, 48, 145, 152

"Roon" (Rouen?), skins of, 36

Ropere, John le, 99
-, - Maurice le, 10, 102, 256
-, - Robert le, 7, 23, 48, 90, 146, 149

Ropery, Pepperers of the, 127

Rose, a, paid yearly as rent for a tene ment, 158

Rose, Rosse, John, 253
-, - Richard, 10, 13, 26
-, - Thomas, 71

Rosemound, John, 198

Rote, Adam, 208
-, - John, 268, 270, 271, 289
-, - Simon, 47, 96, 97, 144, 147, 149, 152, 188
-, See also Roce.

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

Rothinge, Rothynge, John de, 192, 239
-, - Richard de, 6, 40, 45, 51, 66, 85, 86, 91, 92, 112, 137, 144, 150, 233, 251, 284
-, -- Alice, daughter of, 233
-, -- Isabella, widow of, 233
-, - - John, son of, 233
-, -- Alderman of Queenhithe Ward, 10, 135; elected M. P. for the City, 44
-, - William de, 6, 146, 152

Rotlond, William de, 13

Roumland, le, in Tower Ward, 175

Roundell, Thomas, 269

Rounhale, John de, 151

Rous, John, 96, 147, 152
-, - Richard (le), 47, 52, 145, 152, 230

Roystone, John de, the murage of "la Ledenhall" demised to, 80
-, - Stephen de, 52, 53

Rudston, John, Knt., 301

Rumburgh, Romburgh, John, 47, 253

Rummehale, John de, 212

Rus, John, 293

Russel, Russell, Elias, 176, 282
-, - Geoffrey, 219
-, - Henry, 32
-, - John, 39, 56, 62, 130, 136, 146, 148, 150
-, - Laurence, 12
-, - Robert, 152
-, - Walter, 26

"Russet," hood of, 254

Ruthyn, Richard de, 21, 48, 151

Ruylbon, John, 26

Ryngolf, Alan, 34, 35

Ryot, Roger, 272

Ryvenhale, John de, 146

S

Sabrichesworth, William de, 3, 23

Sadelere, Richard le, 260
-, - Thomas, 267

Sadelyngstanes, Hugh de, 39

Sadyngtone, Robert de, 59, 67, 70, 74, 78, 83, 86, 164

Saham, Thomas de, 231, 263

St. Alban, Abbot and Convent of, 124, 162

St. Alban, Adam de, 6, 21, 49, 144, 150
-, - Geoffrey de, 75n.
-, - - Katherine, daughter of, 75
-, - - - John, son of, 75n.
-, - - - Nicholas de Glou cestre, son of, 75
-, - Henry de, 276
-, - John de, 186, 287
-, - Thomas de, 213
-, - William de, 8, 13, 180, 185
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 8
-, - - a Warden of the Conduit, 303

St. Alban, Wood Street, parish of, 181

St. Alphege within Crepelgate, parish of, 74, 91, 162

St. Andrew at Castle Baynard, parish of, 119

St. Andrew near Estchepe, parish of, 195

St. Andrew Huberd, parish of, 104

St. Antonin, parish of, 65
-, - John de Hicchen, Rector of, 135-6

St. Augustine, Order of, 124

St. Augustine near St. Paul's Gate, parish of, 200

St. Bartholomew de Smethefeld, Prior and Convent of, 119
-, - Hospital of, 119

St. Benedict at Paul's Wharf, parish of, 187

St. Benedict Shorhog, parish of, 110, 160, 177, 182, 204
-, - Richard Vyncent, Rector of, 200

St. Botolph, town of (Boston, co. Linc.), 34

St. Botolph Fair, City Wardens appointed for, 215

St. Botolph without Aldersgate, parish of, 175, 211

St. Botolph without Aldgate, church of, chantry of John Romoneye in, 187

St. Botolph Wharf, let to ferm, 53; rent of, 154

St. Bride, parish of, 129, 131, 203, 259

St. Christopher, parish of, 99, 109, 171

St. Christopher de Bradestrete, parish of, 85

St. Clement near Candelwykstret, parish of, 228

St. Dunstan, East, parish of, 24

St. Edmund, Fulk de, 282
-, - James de, 283

St. Edmund, Lombard Street, parish of, 230, 236

St. Elena, Michael de, 278 See also St. Helen.

St. Ewen, parish of, 269

St. Faith, parish of, 134

St. Giles, Richard de, 83

St. Giles without Cripplegate, parish of, 35, 42

St. Helen, &c., Priory of, 115, 163

St. Helen, St. Elena, St. Eleyne, William de, 7, 29

St. Ives, "St. Ivos," St. Yves, Adam de, 268, 272
-, - John de, 208, 219

St. James, chapel or hermitage dedi- cated to, in Monkwell Street, 180n.

St. James de Cherryngge, Hospital of, 72, 73, 107, 108, 235

St. James, Garlickhithe, parish of, 85

St. John, "Seint Johan," Robert de, 96, 146, 150

St. John of Jerusalem at Clerkenwell, the Prior, &c., of, not liable for murage, 72; church of, chantry of William de Langeford in, 116, 117, 168; hospital of, 182; the house of, set on fire by rebels, 288
-, - Priors of: Hales, Nicholas de, 117, 168
-, - Robert, 288-9
-, Thame, Philip de, 116, 168, 182

St. John de Walebroke, parish of, 55

St. John de Zakarie, parish of, 266

St. Katherine Creechurch, parish of, 172

St. Katherine near the Tower, house of, 186

St. Laurence, churchyard of, a man committed to prison for striking a fugitive taking sanctuary in, 168

St. Laurence de Candelwykestrete, parish of, 67, 121

St. Laurence, Jewry, parish of, 18, 62, 63, 130, 136; the Master and Scholars of Balliol College, Oxford, rectors of church of, 79; Sir William de Wythes, vicar of, 79; churchyard of, 141

St. Laurence Lane, 220, 222

St. Leonard, church of, 115

St. Leonard in Bridge Ward, parish of, 270

St. Margaret Moysy, parish of, 220

St. Martin le Grand, proceedings in error at, 64, 89-90, 105-6; the City custom touching records in the Hus ting returnable to Justices sitting at, 64; Sir Thomas de Useflete, Dean of, 164; curfew sounded at, 190

St. Martin, Ludgate, church of, 121
-, - parish of, 270, 274

St. Martin, Vintry, church of, 82
-, - parish of, 113, 231

St. Mary de Aldermanbury, parish of, 189, 245

St. Mary de Aldermariecherche, parish of, 76, 82, 132

St. Mary de Bedleem (Bethlehem), church of, 2; House of, 163, 177; taken under the City's protection, 154-5; John de Nortone, Master of, 163

St. Mary without Bisshopesgate, Prior of the New Hospital of, 200

St. Mary le Bow, parish of, 56, 220
-, - church of, 115

St. Mary de Colcherche, parish of, 275

St. Mary atte Hulle, parish of, 213, 214

St. Mary Magdalen de Eldefisshstret, parish of, 228

St. Mary Magdalen de Milkestrete, parish of, 262

St. Mary de Somersete, parish of, 184

St. Mary de Suthwerk, Robert, Prior of, 136

St. Mary Woolchurch, parish of, 38, 73, 211, 264
-, - church of, grant of land near "les Stokkes" by the City to, 157

St. Matthew de Fridaystrete, parish of, 222, 271

St. Michael Bassishaw, parish of, 35, 161, 273

St. Michael, Cornhill, parish of, 117, 239, 275

St. Michael, Crooked Lane, parish of, 103, 170, 183
-, - Henry, parson of, 134

St. Michael de Paternosterchurche, parish of, 53

St. Michael, Queenhithe, parish of, 135

St. Michael le Quern, parish of, 228

St. Mildred de Bredstrete, parish of, 121

St. Mildred in the Poultry, parish of, 230

St. Neot, Hugh de, 7, 96, 146, 151

St. Nicholas "Colabbey," parish of, 31

St. Nicholas Olof, parish of, 10

St. Nicholas Shambles, parish of, 84, 208, 228

St. Olave de Mugwellestrete, parish of, 216

St. Pancras, Soper Lane, parish of, 97, 155, 164

St. Paul's, rent-charge granted to Dean and Chapter of, 115; defi ciency of chantry priests in, 124; chantry of William de Melford, Archdeacon of Colchester, in, 135; of Sir John de Pulteneye, 247

St. Peter at "Baynardescastel" (St. Peter, Paul's Wharf), parish of, 214, 272

St. Peter de Cornhull, parish of, 35, 86, 195
-, - John de Oxon', late Rector of, 115

St. Philbert, John de, unlawfully im prisoned at Pisa, 158

St. Pol, Mary de, Countess of Pem broke, chantry founded by, in the hermitage near Cripplegate, 180

St. Sepulchre without Newgate, parish of, 117, 253

St. Stephen, Coleman Street, parish of, 172, 228

St. Stephen, Walbrook, parish of, 38, 249
-, - William de Stanesfelde, Rector of, 135

St. Swithin, parish of, 139

St. Thomas the Apostle, parish of, 17, 121, 173

St. Vedast Lane, 115

Saleman, Salman, Richard, 145, 152, 196, 197
-, - - Margaret, daughter of, 196
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 197
-, - - Robert, son of, 197
-, - Walter, 213

Salesbury, Salesbery, Sarum, &c., Adam de, 284
-, - - elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 173
-, - Agnes de, 205
-, - Gilbert de, 8, 250
-, - William de 85, 219, 250
-, - - Juliana, wife of, 85

Salisbury, Bishop of, William of York (de Eboraco), 61
-, - burgesses of complain of distraint for murage, 32
-, - Earl of, 49, 55

Salle, Henry de, 115
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 115
-, - John, 269
-, - Stephen, de Canterbury, 254

Salmon in the Thames, Commissioners appointed for protection of, 108; not to be forestalled, 141

Salt, sold at Billingsgate and Queen hithe, 193; a sieve of, 194

Salt-meters sworn to certify charge for measuring salt, 193

Same, Sam, Thomas de, 53, 208, 209, 212, 224, 243

Sanctuary, a man committed to prison for striking a fugitive in, 168

Sandale, Sendal, William (de), 35, 83, 115

Sandhirst, Thomas de, 164-5

Sandone, co. Herts, manor of, 159

Sandwich, forces to be sent to, 119, 120, 153, 185, 205

Sandwich, Sandwych, Edmund de, 258
-, - John de, 203
-, - Nicholas de, 70, 252
-, - Ralph de, 281, 282
-, - Thomas de, 218, 259

Saneford, Richard atte More de Wyndesore, called de, 169
-, - - Katherine, wife of, daugh ter of Cristina Telmestere, 169
-, See also Staneford.

Santone, Thomas de, 210, 213

Sarresyn, Henry, 219

Sarum. See Salesbury and Salisbury.

Sauge, Henry, 193

Saumford, Saunford, Edmund de, 23, 48, 255

Savage, Sauvage, Thomas, 22, 172
-, - William, 250

Savoy, manor of the, set on fire, 288

Scardeburgh, John de, the Coroner, 273

Scarlet, Richard, 95, 97
-, - - Lora, wife of, 97

Scof, Sayer, 146, 149

Scot, Scott, Agnes, 208
-, - Thomas, 294
-, - William, 12, 61, 77, 78, 81, 84, 88, 98, 106, 135 155, 214, 245

Scotard, Robert, 221

Scotland, war with, 108

Seccheford, Andrew de, 31, 48, 52, 144, 147, 148, 151
-, - Henry de, 16, 31

Secollane, land in, granted to butchers of the Shambles for cleaning entrails, 84

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

Selby, Thomas de, 218

Seler, Selere, Richard, 32
-, - William atte, 213

Selham, John de, 61

Selle, John, 307

Sellyng, co. Kent, parish of, 70

Sellynge, John (de), 76, 195, 196
-, - - Juliana, dau. of, 195, 196n.
-, - - Margery, daughter of, 195
-, - Peter de, 252

Sely, John, 269, 272, 289
-, - Laurence, 3, 17, 23, 26, 96, 97, 164 179, 188
-, - Thomas, 282

Seman, Semen, John, 43
-, - Simon, 42, 43, 146, 152, 292
-, - Simon de Stoppeslee, called, 49

Semere, Peter, 207

Sergeaunt, Geoffrey (le), 163, 177
-, - Reginald le, 27
-, - Robert, 12

Servat, Walter, 258

Server, Thomas, 300

Settere, Albin le, 260
-, - Hereman (le), 76, 262

Sevenok, William, 291, 292

Sewelle, Thomas de, 88
-, - - Amicia, wife of, 88
-, - - - John le Yonge, son of, 88

Seymor, Seymer, Robert de, 21, 29n.
-, - Thomas, Knt., 301

Seynturer, Benedict le, 277

Seytone, Roger de, 61

Shaa, Edmund, 296
-, - John (Knt.), 297, 298

Shadworth, John, 274, 275, 291
-, - - Sheriff, removed from office by Richard II., 289-90

Shareshulle, Shareshull, William de, 89, 105, 225

Sharlyngtone, Alan de, 44

Sharnebroke, Sharnebrok, Thomas de, 85, 146, 151, 173

Shawe, Henry atte (de), 52, 264
-, - Richard de, 219
-, - William de, 219

Shearmen, ordinances of, 203; War- dens of, elected and sworn, id.; petition of, that they may be allowed to punish slovenly workers, 206

Sheathers, Wardens of, elected, 186, 197

Sheepe, Shep, William, 8, 19, 22

Shelford, Henry, 272
-, - John, 269

Shelley, John, 295

Shelton, Nicholas, 299

Shene, Edward III. dies at, 288

Shene, Thomas (de), 22, 187, 213

Shenefeld, Geoffrey de, 114
-, - Henry de, 128, 129, 131
-, - - Emma, wife of, late wife of John de Pykenham, 128, 129, 131

Sheriffs, 1 Ric. I. to 2 Edw VI.:
-, Abbot, John, 293
-, Abraham, William, 294
-, Abyndone, Simon de, 283
-, - Stephen de, 283
-, Acherley, Roger, 298
-, Adrian, Adryan, John, 279
-, - - junior, 281
-, Aldermanberi, Simon de, 276
-, Aldernes, Robert, 299
-, Aleyn, Alleyn, John, 295, 301
-, - Ralph, 303
-, - Thomas, 292
-, Alley, Richard, 294

Sheriffs:
-, Altam, Edward, 302
-, Alwyn, Nicholas, 297
-, Amcotes, Henry, 303
-, Andreu, James, 287
-, Antioche, Gerard de, 276
-, Armenters, John, 282
-, Arnold, Robert, 293
-, Arraz, Robert, 281
-, Ascue, Christofer, 301
-, Askeham, William, 291
-, Asshwy, Asshwey, Ralph, 278, 279
-, - William, 279
-, Astry, Ralph, 296
-, Atherle, John, 293
-, Atte Condite. See Conduit.
-, Atte Leye. See Leye.
-, Atte More. See More.
-, Aubrey, Andrew, 284
-, - John, 287
-, Aumbresbury, Martin de, 282
-, Aungere, Peter, 280
-, Austyn, Thomas, 289
-, Aylesham, John de, 96, 104, 285
-, Aylif, John, Knt., 303
-, Aylmer, Laurence, 298
-, Bacon, William, 296
-, Balauncer, Ralph, 283
-, Baldry, Thomas, 301
-, Bamme, Adam, 289
-, Barentyn, Drew, 290
-, Baret, William, 288
-, Barne, George, 303
-, Bartone, Henry, 274, 291
-, - Ralph, 292
-, Basford, Roger, 300
-, Basingstoke, Basingestoke, Rich ard de, 169, 172, 176, 265, 286
-, Basset, Robert, 295
-, Basyng, Basynges, &c., Adam de, 278
-, - Hugh de, 277
-, - Robert de, 281
-, - Salaman, 277
-, - Thomas, 280
-, - William de, 283
-, Bat, Gerard, 278
-, - Humphrey, 279
-, - Nicholas, 279
-, - Peter, 277
-, Batencourt, "Batemourt," Luke, 280
-, Baylly, William, 300
-, Beaumond, Thomas, 294
-, Bedyngtone, Simon de, 286
-, Beel, Robert le, 276
-, Benteley, Adam de, 279
-, Berkynge, Berkyngge, Richard de, 73, 74, 77, 78, 171, 285

Sheriffs:
-, Bernes, John, 286
-, Bernewell, Thomas, 293
-, Berneye, Walter de, 287
-, Besaunt, Robert, 276
-, Betevvelle, Anketin, 281
-, "Bethwater," John, 292
-, Betoigne, William, 282
-, Billesdon, Robert, 296
-, Blakenay, Peter de, 283
-, Bledlowe, Thomas, 295
-, Blounditiavers (?), William le, 277
-, Blount, Blund, Edward le, 280
-, - Hugh, 278
-, - Norman, 276
-, - Ralph, 281, 282
-, - Roger le, 276, 278
-, - Walter le, 281
-, - William le, 277
-, Bodeleghe, William de, 283
-, Bole, Henry le, 282
-, Bolet, Simon, 282
-, Boleyn, Geoffrey, 294
-, Bongey, Reiner, 278
-, Bosenho, Peter de, 282
-, Bosham, Boseham, John, 269, 288
-, Botiller, Boteler, James, 283
-, - John, 292
-, Bowes, Martin, Knt., 303
-, Bowyer, William, 302
-, Box, Hamo, 282
-, - Henry, 282
-, - Martin, 281
-, - Thomas, 281
-, Brabazon, Brabasson, Adam, 169, 172, 176, 286
-, Bradbury, Thomas, 298
-, Bramptone, William, 290
-, Brandon, Thomas de, 267, 286
-, Brembre, Nicholas, 287
-, Breten, John, 301
-, Bretyn, Thomas, 296
-, Brian, John, 292
-, Brice, Hugh, 296
-, Brikelesworth, Bryklisworth, John, 287
-, - William (Curteys) de, 10, 91, 285
-, Brok, Broke, Geoffrey, 291
-, - John, 297
-, Brokle, John, 292
-, Bromer, John, 295
-, Bronde, Hamo, 276
-, - Richard, 298
-, Broun, John, 295
-, - Walter, 276
-, - William, 297
-, - - junior, 298
-, Brounyng, Adam, 279
-, Brown, Stephen, 293

Sheriffs:
-, Bruge, John, 300
-, Bryce, Henry, 295
-, Buddele, John, 280
-, Buffele, Walter de, 278
-, Buke, Peter, 277
-, Bukerell, Bokerell, Andrew, 278
-, - Matthew, 279
-, - Stephen, 278
-, - Thomas, 277
-, Buquoynt, John, 276
-, Burdeyn, Robert, 283
-, Bures, John, 286
-, Burford, John de, 282
-, Bury, Buri, Adam de, 204, 206, 207, 208, 220, 265, 286, 306
-, Butler, William, 298
-, Byfeld, Robert, 296
-, Callere, Robert le, 282
-, Cambrigge, William, 292
-, Cantebregge, John de, 283n.
-, Cantelowe, William, 294
-, Canterbury, John de, 282
-, Canynges, Thomas, 294
-, Capell, William, 297
-, Cateloigne, Robert, 279
-, Catworth, Thomas, 293
-, Cauntone, John, 301
-, Caustone, John de, 284
-, - William de, 283
-, Cavendisshe, Stephen, 268, 286
-, Chalton, Thomas, 293
-, Champneys, John, 301
-, Champyon, Walter, 302
-, Chapman, William, 293
-, Chaumberleyn, William, 276
-, Chaumpes, Richard de, 282
-, Chauntecler, Roger, 284
-, Chawry, Richard, 296
-, Chertsey, Chertesey, Robert, 303
-, - Walter, 293
-, Chester, Richard, 296
-, Chichele, Robert, 291
-, - William, 291
-, Chichestre, John de, 286
-, Chigwelle, "Chekewelle," Hamo, 283
-, - Richard, 281
-, Chircheman, John, 289
-, Choppyng, Richard, 302
-, Clapitus, "Claptus," William, 155, 156, 158, 161, 162, 165, 182, 184, 264, 285, 304
-, Clerk, John le, 12, 91. See also Northalle, John de.
-, Cloptone, Hugh, 297
-, - Robert, 293
-, Cobham, Henry (de), 278
-, Colet, Henry, 296
-, Colwiche, Robert, 296

Sheriffs:
-, Combes, William, 293
-, Combmartyn, Combemartyn, Henry, 284
-, - William, 282
-, "Conderley," Reginald. See Tunderle.
-, Conduit, Condite, Geoffrey atte, 282
-, - Reginald de, 283
-, Cook, Thomas, 294
-, Copinger, William, 298
-, Cordewaner, Gervase le, 278
-, Cornhull, Cornhulle, Henry de, 276
-, - Robert (de), 279, 280
-, - Stephen, 281
-, Cornwaleys, Thomas, 269, 288
-, Corp, Simon, 283
-, Costantyn, Richard, 284
-, - William, 295
-, Cosyn, William, 282
-, Cote, Henry, 297
-, Cotes, John, 302
-, Cotone, John, 284
-, Cotton, Walter, 291
-, Coundres (Couudres ?), John, 278
-, Coventre, Henrv de, 279, 281
-, - John, 292
-, - Jordan de, 278
-, Crane, Nicholas, 18, 19, 249, 285
-, Cros, Thomas, 282
-, Crosby, John, Knt., 295
-, Crowmere, William, 274, 291
-, Croydone, Crordone, John de, 155, 156, 158, 161, 162, 165, 182, 184, 264, 285, 304
-, - Richard de, 287
-, Curtes, Thomas, 303
-, Curteys, William, de Brikeles- worth. See Brikelesworth
-, Dallynge, John, 283
-, Danyel, Thomas, 296
-, Darcy, Henry, 284
-, Dauntesey, William 302
-, Dawes, John, 300
-, Denham, William, 302
-, Derby, John, 294
-, Dere, William, 294
-, Desart, Roger, 276
-, Deumars, Bartholomew, 56, 61, 62, 65, 253, 254, 255, 285
-, Deynes, John, 287
-, Dobbes, Richard, 303
-, Dodmer, Ralph, 301
-, Dofhous, John, 293
-, Doget, "Joen," 299
-, - Walter, 288
-, Dolsely, Dolselly, Simon, 187, 286
-, - Thomas, 286

Sheriffs:
-, Doo, Stephen, 279
-, Dormer, Michael, 302
-, Drope, Robert, 295
-, Drury, Nigel, 282
-, Duke, Roger (le), 276, 278
-, - Thomas, 275, 291
-, Duket, Nicholas, 276
-, Dunstaple, John, 282
-, Durant, Robert, 276
-, Duresme, Thomas, 278
-, Durham, William de, 279
-, Dyke, Hugh, 293
-, Dykeman, William, 287
-, Edelmetone, Henry de, 278
-, Edward, William, 294
-, Ely, John de, 276
-, - Roger de, 284
-, - Thomas de, 284
-, Elylond, Elylondy, Ralph, 277
-, Elys Roger, 290
-, Estfeld, William, 292
-, Everard, Alan, 292
-, Evote See "Menot"
-, Ewell, Richard, 279
-, Exmewe, Thomas, 299
-, Extone, Nicholas, 289
-, Eyre, Simon, 293
-, Fabian, Robert, 297
-, Farndone, William de, 281
-, Fastolf, Hugh, 289
-, Fauconer, Fawkener, Thomas, 274, 291
-, Fayrey, John, 303
-, Felde, John, 294
-, Feldyng, Geoffrey, 294
-, Fenkell, John, 297
-, Fenrother, Robert, 299
-, Fevere, Ralph, 281
-, Fitz Aleyn, Richard, 276
-, Fitz Alice, Martin, 277
-, - William, 276
-, Fitz Arnulph, Arnald, 276
-, - Constantine, 276
-, - William, 276
-, Fitz Bartholomew, James, 276
-, - Richard, 276
-, Fitz Gerard, Edmund, 276
-, Fitz Isabelle, William, 276
-, Fitz Joce Nicholas, 279
-, Fitz John, John, 278
-, - Robert, 278
-, Fitz Mary, Simon, 278, 279
-, Fitz Neel, Thomas, 277
-, Fitz Piers, Joce, 277
-, Fitz Rener, Richard, 276
-, Fitz Richard, Thomas, 279
-, - William, 279
-, Fitz Walter, Richard, 278
-, Fitz William, Martin, 278

Sheriffs:
-, Fitz William, William, 298
-, Flemmyng, Richard, 295
-, Forman, William, 302
-, Forsham, Roger de, 38, 251, 252, 285
-, Forster, Stephen, 294
-, - Walter, 267, 286
-, Fraunceys, John, 289
-, - Simon, 284
-, Fremelyngham, William, 291
-, Fresshe, John, 289
-, Frestlynge, Bartholomew, 268, 286
-, Frowik, Frowyk, &c., Henry ("Hariy") de, 281, 293
-, - Laurence (de), 279
-, Fulham, Adam de, 282
-, Fulsham, Benedict de, 284
-, Furneux, William, 283
-, Fyffide, John, 287
-, Fyngrie, Henry, 282
-, Gardyner, Richard, 295
-, Garlond, John, 277
-, Gartone, Henry. See Bartone.
-, - Hugh de, 283
-, Gayton. See Gytoun.
-, Gedney, John, 292
-, Gisors, Gysors, Henry, 284
-, - John, 278
-, Gloucestre, John de, 135, 140, 142, 158, 175-6, 264, 285
-, - Richard de, 282
-, Godchepe, Godechep, Hamo, 283
-, - Jurdan, 281
-, Gosselyn, Richard, 292
-, Graas, Stephen le, 277
-, Grantham, John de, 284
-, Graunger, Thomas, 298
-, Gregory, William, 293
-, Gresham, John, 302
-, - Richard, 302
-, Grove, Roger, 298
-, Gurdelere, Robert, 287
-, Gybson, Nicholas, 302
-, Gytoun, Robert, 287
-, Haddele, John, 288
-, Haddon, Richard, 297
-, Hakeney, Richard de, 284
-, Haltone, Henry, 291
-, Halyngbury, Adam de, 282
-, Halys, William, 293
-, Hamond, John, 284
-, Hampton, William, 295
-, Hardell, Edmund, 277
-, - Ralph, 279
-, - Robert, 278
-, Hardy, John, 301
-, Hardyng, Robert, 296
-, Hatfeld, Robert, 287

Sheriffs:
-, Haunsard, William, 284
-, Hauteyn, Haudene, John, 284
-, - Walter, 282
-, Haverhulle, Thomas de, 276
-, - William de, 276
-, Haverynge, Luke, 282
-, Hawes, Christopher, 298
-, - John, 298
-, Hayford, Humphrey, 295
-, Hede, Henry, 298
-, Heliland. See Holyland.
-, Hemenhale, Emenhale, Edmund de, 135, 141, 142, 158, 176, 264, 285
-, Hende, John, 270, 271, 289
-, Hereford, William de, 282
-, Herlioun, John, 276
-, Heryot, William 295
-, Heylesdone, John. 288
-, "Heyre." See Eyre.
-, Hide, William, 291
-, Hill, Hyll, Roland, Knt., 303
-, - Thomas, 296
-, Hiltoft, John, 287
-, Hingestone, John de, 284
-, Hoberthorn, Henry, 303
-, Holand, "Raf," 293
-, Holbeche, Holbecche, Hugh, 287
-, - William, 287
-, Holyes, William, 301
-, Holyland, John, 276
-, Horne, John, 281
-, - Robert, 294
-, - William, 296
-, Horwold, Thomas, 284
-, Hosebonde, Husebonde, John, 18, 284
-, Hulyn, William, 294
-, Huntlowe, Thomas, 303
-, Hygham, John, 293
-, Ham, Thomas, 296
-, Inglisshe, Michael, 301
-, Irland, George, 295
-, - Thomas, 287
-, Isaac, William, 297
-, James, Bartholomew, 295
-, - Nicholas, 292
-, Jenyns, Nicholas, 301
-, - Stephen, 298
-, Jeofne, Constantine le, 277
-, - Jokel le, 276
-, - "Joseus," 277
-, - Peter, 277
-, Jerveis, Richard, 303
-, Josselyn, Ralph, 294
-, Joynour, William le, 277
-, Judde, Andrew, 303
-, Karlylle, Adam, 289
-, Kebyll, Henry, 298

Sheriffs:
-, Kneseworth, Thomas, 297
-, Knolles, Thomas, 290
-, Knyghtcote, William, 288
-, Kyme, John, 301
-, Kyrkby, John, 298
-, Kyselingbury, "Kylsyngbury," Richard de, 82, 83, 86, 87, 188, 208, 259, 285
-, Kytson, Thomas, 302
-, Lacer, Richard, 284
-, Lafford, Thomas de, 280
-, Lambard, Lamberd, John, 295
-, - Nicholas, 301
-, Lambert, Thomas, 277
-, Lambyn, John, 283
-, Lane, John, 291
-, Large, Robert, 293
-, Laufare, Salamon de, 282
-, Launde, Robert, 288
-, Laxton, William, 303
-, Lee, Richard, 294
-, Leggy, Legi, &c., Thomas, 119, 121, 132, 261, 262, 263, 285
-, Lenne, Ralph de, 204, 206, 208, 215, 220, 265, 286, 306
-, Lewen, Thomas, 302
-, Lewson, Nicholas, 302
-, Leye, Thomas atte, 287
-, Leyre, "la yre," William de, 282
-, Little, John, 286
-, Lobenham, Ralph, 291, 292
-, Lock, John, 295
-, Lok, William, Knt., 303
-, Long, John, 301
-, Longeleys, Walter, 281
-, Lovekyn, John, 82, 83, 86, 87, 188, 208, 259, 285
-, Loveye, John, 273, 289
-, Lowthe, William, 291
-, Lucas, Adam, 56, 61, 62, 65, 66, 253, 254, 255, 285
-, Lutekyn, Adam, 283
-, Lyncoln, John, 282
-, Lynde, John, 280
-, Lyng, John, 293
-, Lyntone, Robert de, 279
-, Lyons, Richard, 288
-, Maghfeld Gilbert, 290
-, Malpas, Philip, 293
-, Marbrer, Hugh le, 17, 250, 251, 285
-, Marchall, Robert, 293
-, Martyn, John, 302
-, - William, 296
-, Marwe, William, 294
-, Mathewe John, 296
-, Mazerer, William le, 281
-, Melred, William, 292
-, "Menot" (Evote), William, 291

Sheriffs:
-, Mercer, Serlo le, 276
-, Mereworth, Symon de, 283
-, Merlowe, Richard, 291
-, Michel, Michol, John, 292
-, Middeltone, John, 294
-, Mitford, John de, 287
-, Mockyngge, John de, 284
-, Monoux, George, 299
-, Mordone, Gilbert de, 284
-, - Simon de, 287
-, - Walter de, 19, 63, 285
-, More, John, 272, 289
-, - Ralph atte, 281
-, - William, 289
-, Morstede, Thomas, 293
-, Mounpelers, Robert, 280
-, Mundy, John, 300
-, Munmoth, Humfrey, 302
-, Muschamp, Thomas, 295
-, Mylbourne John, 299
-, Mynure, John le, 279
-, Myrfyn, Thomas, 299
-, Nedeham, Richard, 294
-, Neel, Neal, Walter, 18, 19, 249, 285
-, Neuport, William, 288
-, Neutone, Thomas, 290
-, Newelond, Andrew, 277
-, Newelyn, Neuelun, Peter, 276
-, Nordone, Richard, 294
-, Norhamptone, John de, 279, 288
-, Norman, John, 278, 294
-, Northalle, John de, 10, 285. See also Clerk, John le.
-, Northlond, Thomas, 296
-, Nortone, William, 275, 291
-, Note, Notte, John, 226, 228, 234, 286
-, Notyngham, Richard de, 286
-, Nynes, Nicholas, 298
-, Olney, John, 293
-, Organ, John, 289
-, Otley, Robert, 293
-, Oulegrave, Thomas, 294
-, Oxon', John de, 284
-, Paddesley, John, 293
-, Pagett, Robert, 302
-, Palmere, Roger le, 283
-, Pargeter, Thomas, 301
-, Parker, William, 290
-, Partryche, Nicholas, 301
-, Parys, Richard de, 280
-, - Roger de, 282
-, - Simon de, 282
-, Pecche, John, 286
-, Pecok, Stephen, 301
-, Pemberton, Hugh, 297
-, Penne, "Thomas" (John ?), 291
-, Percyvale, John, 297

Sheriffs:
-, Perneys, John, 292
-, Philip, Matthew, 294
-, Philipot, John, 287
-, Pichard, Pychard, Richard, 279
-, Pike, Thomas, 291
-, Plommer, John, 294
-, Polle, Pole, Thomas, 274, 291
-, Pontefract, Pounfret, &c., Henry, 291
-, - William de, 17, 250, 251, 285
-, Pottere, Poter, Walter, 280
-, Pourt, Hugh, 282
-, Poyntel, John, 283
-, Preste, John, 302
-, Prestone, John de, 283
-, Priour, John, senior, 283
-, Prodhomme, William 287
-, Purches, William, 297
-, Pycard, Pykard, Henry, 187, 286
-, Pyel, John, 287
-, Pyk, Nicholas, 18, 284
-, Pykeman, Andrew, 268, 288
-, Pykot, Nicholas, 282
-, Pynchyn, Nicholas, 302
-, Rawson, Richard, 296
-, Rayner, Thomas, 294
-, Rede, Bartholomew, 298
-, - Henry, 292
-, Refham, Richard (sic) de, 282
-, Remyngtone, William, 297
-, Renger, Richard, 277
-, "Rest," John, 299
-, Revell, Robert, 297
-, Reynoldes, Richard, 302
-, Reynwell, "William (John?), 291
-, Riche, Richard, 293
-, Roche, William, 301
-, Rokele, John (de la), 73, 74, 77, 78, 171, 257, 258, 285
-, Rokesle, Gregory de, 280
-, - Robert (de), 281
-, - - junior, 282
-, Romayn, Thomas, 282
-, Rote, John, 270, 271, 289
-, Rothynge, Richard de, 284
-, Rudston, John, 301
-, Rus, John, 293
-, Russel, Elias, 282
-, St. Alban, Henry de, 276
-, - John de, 287
-, St. Edmund, Fulk de, 282
-, - James de, 283
-, St. Elena, Michael de, 278
-, Salesbery, Adam de, 284
-, Scott, Thomas, 294
-, Sely, John, 289
-, - Thomas, 282
-, Seman, Simon, 292

Sheriffs:
-, Server, Thomas, 300
-, Sevenok, William, 291, 292
-, Seynturer, Benedict le, 277
-, Shaa, Edmund, 296
-, - John, 297
-, Shadworth, John, 289
-, Shelley, John, 295
-, Shelton, Nicholas, 299
-, Shiryngham, William, 290
-, Shore, Richard, 298
-, Skevyngton, John, 301
-, Smelt, Richard, 286
-, Smyth, Richard, 299
-, - Simon, 295
-, Somer, Henry, 297
-, Southfolk, Osbert, 280
-, Spencer, James, 301
-, Spicer, Joce le, 277
-, - Ralph, 279
-, Spilman, Stephen, 291
-, Stable, Adam, 287
-, Stalbroke, Thomas, 295
-, Stanes, Thomas de, 282
-, Staundone, William, 289
-, Stede, William, 298
-, Steyndrop, Stayndrope, &c., Gil bert de, 234, 240, 242, 245, 247, 248, 266, 286
-, Stiward, John, 294
-, Stodeye, John de, 286
-, Stokker, John, 294, 296
-, - William, Knt., 296
-, Stokton, John, 295
-, Stone, John, 295
-, Storteford, John de, 282
-, - William de, 282
-, Suffolk, Thomas de, 282
-, Sukley, Henry, 303
-, Sutton, John, 292, 293
-, Swan, John, 297
-, Symonds, Ralph, 301
-, Syward, John, 96, 104, 285
-, Tableter, Geoffrey le. See Wychingham.
-, Taillour, Philip, 279, 280
-, - William, 294
-, Tate, John, 295, 297
-, - Robert, 296
-, Tatersale, Robert, 292
-, Thame, James de, 287
-, Thorneye, William de, 38, 50, 251, 252, 285
-, Thurstone, John, 300
-, Tollous, John, 303
-, Tolosane, John, 278, 279
-, Tornegold, John, 287
-, Tovy, Michael, 278
-, Travers, John, 277, 278
-, Tudenham, William de, 286

Sheriffs:
-, Tunderle, Reginald de, 282
-, Turke, Walter, 284
-, Twyford, Nicholas, 268, 288
-, Tylney, Ralph, 297
-, Uptone, Ralph de, 19, 63, 285
-, Vannere, Henry, 289
-, Venour, William, 289, 291
-, Verney, Ralph, 294
-, Vyel, John, 277, 278, 279
-, Vyvent, Thomas, 289
-, Wade, John, 281
-, Wakele, John, 291
-, Walbroke, Richard, 279
-, Walcote, John, 273, 289
-, Waldene, John, 294
-, Walderne, William, 291
-, Waleraund, Henry de, 279
-, Waleys, Walsshe, Henry 280
-, Walleworth, William, 287
-, Walraven, John, 276
-, Walde, John, 287, 291, 295, 296
-, Waren, Ralph, 301
-, Warley, Henry, 300
-, Warner, John, 291, 297
-, Warter, Christopher, 294
-, Wattes, Robert, 298
-, Waver, Henry, Knt., 295
-, Waynesford, Thomas, 292
-, Welbeke, William, 297
-, Welde, William de, 286
-, Welford, Richard de, 283
-, Wellis, John, 292
-, Westone, William, 292
-, Whetenhale, William, 293
-, White, Whyte, Thomas, 303
-, - William, 296
-, Whiteby, Adam, 277
-, Whityngham, Robert, 292
-, Whytyngtone, Richard, 290
-, Widyngtone, Robert, 292
-, Wilford, Wylford, James, 298
-, - John, 303
-, - Thomas, 290
-, Wilhale, John, 278
-, Wilkynson, Wylkynson, John, 301
-, - William, 302
-, Woborn, John de, 278
-, Wodecok, John, 291
-, Wodehous, William, 288
-, Wood, Thomas, 297
-, Worcester, Wircestre, Wyrcestre,
-, William de, 226, 228, 234, 286
-, Wottone, Nicholas, 291
-, Wroth, Wrothe, John, 234, 241, 243, 245, 266, 286
-, Wyche, Hugh, 294
-, Wychingham, Geoffrey de, other wise "le Tableter," 119, 121, 122, 132, 261, 262, 263, 285

Sheriffs:
-, Wyfold, Nicholas, 294
-, Wykyng, William, 296
-, Wymborne, Thomas de, 279
-, Wymbuldeyne, Richard, 277
-, Wymondham, Adam, 287
-, Wyncestre, Wynton', Geoffrey de, 279
-, - Nicholas de, 281
-, - Richard de, 276
-, - Roger, 277
-, - Walter de, 278
-, Wynchecombe, Simon, 272, 289
-, Wyndoute, Thomas, 298
-, Wynger, John, 297
-, Yerford, James, 300
-, Yong, John, 294
-, Yoo, Nicholas, 293

Sheriffs of London, take a prisoner out of the custody of the Sheriff of Lincoln, 34; their serjeants to visit taverns where wine is sold, 83; to distrain the Mayor and Commonalty for their appearance at Westminster, 106; the custom of wool, &c., ap portioned between incoming and outgoing, 133-4; elections of, 169, 234, 295, 296, 297, 298, 300, 302; complaint against, by merchants of the Hanse of Almaine, for extortion, 174; not to be called upon to make oath at the Exchequer, except on rendering their account, 227; re moved from office by Richard II., 289-90; the Sheriff elected by the Mayor to take precedence of his fellow Sheriff, 301; election of, ordinance touching, 306; citizens not to avoid serving as, id.

Sheriffs' Clerk, John Lucas, 81; his oath, 125

Sheriffs' Serjeants, their oath, 126

Sherman, Hamo, 203
-, - James (le), 22, 35, 49, 146, 150
-, - James Gournay called, 86
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 86
-, See also Gurnay.
-, - Richard le, 254
-, - William, 166

Shipman, William, 13

Ships See Navy

Shirbourne, Shirburn, John de, 67, 91, 178, 197, 207, 245
-, - - the Coroner, 19, 255
-, - William de, 212, 213, 225

Shirwode, Robert de, elected and sworn a Warden of the "Heau mers," 169
-, - William, 272

Shiryngham, William, 290

Shiryngtone, Richard de, 12

Shitebournelane (Sherborne Lane), tenement in, 180

Shobyndone, Philip de, 85
-, - Thomas de, 257

Shoes, falsely made, seized, 118, 124, 128

Sholane, 161, 266, 307

"Shopereslane," 97. See also Soper- lane.

Shoppe, John atte, 193
-, - Thomas atte, 66

Shore, Richard, 298

Shoredyche, Shordiche, &c., John de, 91, 162
-, - - Hawisia, wife of, daughter of Hugh de Blithe, 91, 162
-, - Richard de, 22
-, - Robert de, 7, 9, 16, 21, 33, 46, 52, 54, 144, 147, 148, 151

Shorne, Roger de, 7

Shrewsbury, Shrouesbury, &c., John de, 11
-, - Philip de, 236
-, - - Johanna, late wife of, wife of Thomas Pipere, 236
-, - Richard de, 205
-, - Roger de, 264
-, - William de, 57, 79, 262

Shyngelton, John de, 11. See also Aleyn.

Sieve of salt, 194

Sibyle, Walter, 269

Silk, a pound of=20 ounces, 114

Silke, William, 218

Simond, William, 62
-, - - Serjeant of the Chamber, 36, 39

Simonett', Asselin, de Luca, 139
-, - - Margaret, wife of, and mother of John, son of Richard de Gayton, 139

Skarlet, Richard, 155
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 155

Skelton, William de, 48

Skevyngton, John, 301

Skinners, their agreement to keep the peace with the Fishmongers, 95-6; Wardens of, appointed, 97; their affray with the Fishmongers, 138; election of a broker for mistery of 164, 223

Skippere, Skyppere, Hereman (le), 5, 7, 23, 48, 147, 152

Skiptone, Adam de, 115, 121

Sklates, "Skyati" de, 158

Skydemore, John, de Malmesbury, 261, 262

Skynnere, Geoffrey, 172
-, - Roger le, 260

Slappelee, John de, 145, 152, 185

Sloo, Thomas atte, 222

Sloughtre, John de, 121

Sluys, Edward III. notifies his arrival at, 43; the English victory of, 53

Slynhed, Hugh, 219

Smalwode, Robert, 220

Smart, Smert, John, 22, 48, 146, 151, 270
-, - Roger, 267
-, - William, 12

Smelt, John, 218
-, - Richard, 145, 149, 215, 286

Smith, Smyth, Henry le, 164
-, - Richard, 299
-, - Simon, 295
-, - William, 180, 183

Smithfield, Smethefeld, murage of, let to ferm, 39, 66, 81. See also West- smethefeld.

Smithfield Bar, collector of custom at, 116

Snellynge, Simon, Serjeant of the Chamber, 31, 125

Sole, John atte, 7

Somenour, Richard, 289

Somer, Henry, 297
-, - John, 146, 151

Somerdeby, Robert de, 117

Somerford, Richard de, 205

Somersete, John de, 11
-, - Nicholas, of Phelip Norton, co. Somerset, 271

Somersham, Someresham, Isabella de, 147, 149
-, - John (de), 7, 23, 208

Somery, Walter, 11

Soperlane, Sopereslane, &c., 65, 95, 155, 164, 255. See also "Shoperes lane."
-, - Pepperers of, 127

Sorweles, William, 11

Sothereye, John de, 3, 93, 256

Soudan, Henry, 125
-, - John, 125

South, Alan, 280

Southall Marreys (Woolwich), manor of, 75

Southam, Adam de, 13

Southerne, Robert, de Kyldesby, 237

Southfolk, Osbert de, 280

Southwark, the ferm of, 30, 31, 55, 56, 62, 72, 83, 122; felons of the City take refuge in, 37; let to the City at a fee ferm rent, 37; the rent raised, 37; the old rent to be paid, 38; bailiwick of, let to ferm, 188
-, - goods and chattels belonging to London Bridge in, 228

Spain, merchants of, not to be molested, 118, 124; king of, assembles a force at Swyne against England, 216 17; a truce between England and, 234

Spaldyng, Geoffrey de, 212
-, - William de, 110

Spark, Richard, 199
-, - William, 52, 53, 162, 180, 204, 211, 236, 253

Sparowe, Sparwe, John, 218, 273

Speleman, Spilman, Stephen, 275, 291

Spencer, Spenser, Giles, 135, 145, 150, 170
-, - James, 301
-, - Richard, 269
-, - Robert, 128
-, - Thomas, 208
-, - William, 239
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 239

Sperlyng, John, 53

Spersholte, Alice de, 82

Spershore, William de, 199
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 199

Spicer, Adam, 208
-, - Gore le, 6
-, - Janyn, 145, 150
-, - Joce le, 277
-, - John, 219
-, - Ralph, 279
-, - Thomas, 218
-, See also Lespicer.

Spirk, William, 65

Spitellane, 113

Spondene, John de, 217

Sporiere, Nicholas le, 121, 128, 148, 222, 254

Sporon, Sporoun, John, 181
-, - - Johanna, wife of, daughter of "Alyna," widow of William de Bolingbroke, 181
-, - Robert, 179
-, - William, 48, 146, 152

Spray, John, 22
-, - Thomas, 211, 212, 261

Spronk, Walter, 254

Sprot, John, 272
-, - Robert, 18
-, - Walter, of Grenewych, 195

Spurriers, articles of the, 128

Squier, Ralph, 218

Stable, Adam, 268-287, 288
-, - - removed from the Mayor alty by Edward III., 288
-, - John de, 203

Stafford, Ralph, Earl of, 244

Stafford, Clement de, 26
-, - John de, 39, 42, 80, 219, 264
-, - - murage of Smethefeld de- mised to, 81

Staines. See Stanes.

Stalbroke, Thomas, 295

Stalworth. Robert, 274

Staneford, Stanford, Richard de, 191, 259
-, - - "Cristina," "Cristiana," wife of daughter of Richard Loveye, 190, 191
-, - Richard atte More de Wynde sore, called, 109n.
-, - - Katherine, wife of, daugh ter of Cristina la Telmestere, 109n.
-, See also Saneford.
-, - Stephen de, 22, 47, 102, 104, 146, 151, 259
-, - Thomas de, 219
-, - Walter de, 259
-, - William de, 23, 48, 67, 145, 151

Stanes, 108, 111

Stanes, Thomas de, 13, 282
-, - William de, 5, 7, 53

Stanesfeld, William de, Rector of St. Stephen's, Walbroke, 135

Stanhope, Stanhop, John de, 40, 169, 221
-, - William de, appointed deputy to the King's Alnager, 183, 194

"Stapeledehalle," 163

Stapelford, Gilbert de, 255
-, - - Gilbert, son of, 255

Staple of wool, established in Brabant, 50

Statute of Cloths, 229-30, 232

Statute of Labourers, 192, 199, 200, 232
-, - fines for breach of, given in aid of the Commons, 243-4

Statute of Purveyors. 244

Staundone, John de, 257
-, - Richard de, 22, 49, 147, 151, 225
-, - - Margaret, daughter of, wife of Adam de Wymondeham, 225
-, - Thomas, son of, 225
-, - William, 275, 289, 290, 291

Staunford, writs dated from, 10, 11, 72

Stauntone, Hervev de, 61
-, - Richard de, 13

Staverne, Robert de, 26

Stayndrope. See Steyndrope.

Stebenhethe, Stebbenhethe, John de, 65, 85
-, - - John, son of, 65
-, - Margery de, 132
-, - - Edmund, son of, 132

Stede, William, 298

Sterre, Henry 48
-, - - (de) Anesty, 145, 152
-, - - de Halybourne, 96, 146, 151

Sterre, John, 265
-, - Peter, 191
-, - Thomas, 145, 150
-, - Walter, 27

Stevene, John, 267

Steyndrope, Stayndrope, &c., Gilbert de, 145, 149, 216, 222, 238, 240, 242, 245, 247, 248, 266, 286
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 216
-, - - elected Sheriff, 234

"Steythorpe," Gilbert de, 22

Stile, John atte, 205

Stiward, Styward, John, 108, 294

Stocks Market, the, fishmongers not to wash fish in, 128. See also Stokkes.

Stodeye, Stoday, Stodie, John de, 78, 112, 113n., 144-147, 215, 216, 220, 235, 238, 239, 241, 248, 249, 268, 286
-, - - elected Alderman of Vintry Ward, 248

Stodham, Robert de, 96

Stodie's Lane, 113n.

Stoke, John de, 13, 256
-, - Richard de, 53, 256
-, - Roger, 128
-, - Thomas, 271
-, - William, 195, 196n.
-, - - Margery, wife of, 195

Stokflssh, Stokfisshe, Roger, 36, 71

Stokflet, John de, 116

Stokker, John, 294, 296
-, - William, 296

"Stokkes," the, 123, 157. See also Stocks Market.

Stokton, Stoktone, John, Knt., 295
-, - - discharged Sheriff and not to be re-elected on payment of a fine, 295n.
-, - Robert de, 76

Stokwell, co. Surrey, 121

Stokwelle, Richard de, 22
-, - Walter de, 229
-, - - Agnes, dau. of, 229

Stompcost, Handekyn, 205

Stondone, Richard de, 6, 143, 148, 172

Stone, John (atte), 83, 295
-, - Roger atte, 201, 213

Stone Cross, the, in Chepe, 111, 205

Stonford, John de, 64

Stonham, John de, 219

Stonhard, John, 149

Stonore, John de, 106

Stontone, John de, 5

Stoppeslee, Simon de, called "Semen," 49
-, See also Seman.

Storme, Nicholas, 225

Storteford, John de, 282
-, - Richard de, 66
-, - William [de], 282

Stowe, "Stouwe," Hugh de, 196, 197, 261
-, - William de 68, 90, 122

Stratford, John, Archbishop of Can terbury, 50, 90, 97
-, - Sir Ralph de, Bishop of London, 207
-, - Robert de, 147, 151, 180, 186, 204, 230, 239, 263
-, - - Dionisia, wife of, 180, 186

Strattone, Robert de, 262
-, - William de, 187

Streets, ordinance for keeping clean the, 125

Strengere, Alice la, 92

"Strenges," for bows, 1, 2

Strete, Henry atte, 146, 151, 215, 235

Stretham, William de, 133, 187

Strode, Robert de, 238

Stuntefeld, John de, 12

Sudbury, Sir Simon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 288

Suderman, Sutherman, Hildebrand, 174; charged with compassing the death of Robert Curteys, 236, 240; taken under the King's protection, 240; not allowed intercourse with England, 248

Suffolk, Earl of, 49

Suffolk, Thomas, 220, 282

Sukley, Henry, 303

Surreye, John de, 23

Suthewerk See Southwark

Suthwyk, writ dated at, 127

Sutton, Suttone, Gilbert de, 165
-, - Henry de, the Coroner, 266, 267, 268
-, - John, 292, 293
-, - Robert de, 182, 265
-, - Stephen de, 110
-, - Thomas de, 187, 213, 259

Swalclive, John de, 180; fined for selling shoes made of bazen as being of cordwain, 98, 99
-, - William de, 215

Swan, John, 261, 297

Swanlond, Isabella, wife of Edmund Danvers 214
-, - John de, junior, 23
-, - Nicholas de, 146, 152
-, - Simon de, 108, 284
-, - Thomas de, 7, 23, 146, 152

Swetyng, John, elected and sworn a broker of the Pepperers, 127

Swift, John, 48, 146, 150
-, - Philip, 38, 85, 127, 171
-, - - Juliana, daughter of, 127

Swift, Philip, Matilda, late wife of, wife of William de Cantebrege, 127
-, - William, 48

Swon, Ralph, 213

Swote, Robert, 6, 75, 96, 146, 150, 215
-, - - a Warden of London Bridge, 16, 55

Swyne, near Sluys, 217

Swyneford, Richard de, 112

Symcok, Nicholas, 272, 273

Symeon, William, 27

Symonds, Ralph, 301

Syndlesham, Sir Richard de, 2
-, - - John de, brother of, called "de Bedyngtone," 2

Syvyer, William, 208

Syward, John, 6, 22, 31, 47, 75, 96, 104, 122, 123, 137, 140, 144, 149, 158, 159, 187, 188, 194, 216, 285
-, - - Alice, late wife of, 216
-, - Richard, 228, 239
-, - Roger, alias "le Peautrer," 216
-, - - Mary, daughter of, 216
-, - - Thomas, son of, 216
-, - - William, son of, 216
-, See also Peautrer, Roger.
-, - William, 194, 216

T

Tableter, Geoffrey (le), 6, 62, 79, 261 See also Wychingham, Geoffrey de.
-, - John le, 18

Tailboys, Richard, Serjeant of Cripple- gate Ward, 91

Taillour, Tayllour, Hugh le, 250
-, - Johanna, 187
-, - John le, 250
-, - Philip, 279, 280
-, - Simon le, 212
-, - William, 294, 295

Tailors and Linen armourers, charter of Edward III. to the, 52; no one of their craft to be admitted to the freedom of the City except with the approbation of twenty-four of their craft, 52, 53

Talbot, Richard, 26
-, - - John, son of, 26

Talde, Guydo, 130

Tany, Tavy, John, 26, 102

Tapicers, mistery of, 67
-, - cushions, &c., condemned for being made contrary to the articles of the, 215

Tarente, John (de), 213, 239

"Targes," 2

Tasse-makers. See Pouchmakers.

Tate, John, 295, 296, 297, 300
-, - Robert, 296, 297

Tatersale, Robert, 292

Tauntone, Gilbert de, 14
-, - Nicholas de, 265
-, - Walter, 270

Taverner, Robert le, 83, 165
-, - Simon le, 264

Taverns, where wine is sold, to be visited by Serjeants of the Sheriffs, 83

Tavy. See Tany.

"Teleres" for guns, 1n.

Telmestere, Cristina (la), late wife of Walter de Heston, 109, 169
-, - - John, son of, 109n.
-, - - Katherine, daughter of, wife of Richard atte More de Wyndesore, called "de Staneford," 109n., 169
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 109n.
-, - - Simon, son of, 109n.
-, - - Thomas, son of, 109, 169

Templars, the Knights, 116n.

Terel, Thomas, 220

Terry, Terri, John, 220, 271

Tettesworth, William de, 26

Tewekysbury, Robert de, 199

Thame, writ dated from, 17

Thame, James de, 146, 152, 156, 239, 287
-, - - Alice, wife of, 156
-, - John de, 147, 152, 176, 210
-, - - Agnes, dau. of, 210, 211
-, - - Henry, son of, 210
-, - - Johanna, widow of, 210, 211
-, - - Margaret, daughter of, 210
-, - - elected a Warden of the Hatmakers, 173
-, - Nicholas de, 228
-, - Peter de, 218
-, - Philip de, Prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 116, 168
-, - Robert de, 176
-, - - mercer, 161, 211, 236
-, - Thomas de, 211
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 211
-, - William de, 176, 193, 211

Thames, the, to be fortified against invasion, 28; unlawful nets in, burnt, 88, 99, 100, 111, 116, 195; Commissioners for removing ob stacles to vessels in, 108; Commis sioners for protecting salmon, &c., in, 108, ships in, under the juris diction of the Admiral of the North or West ? 118; salmon, lampreys, dace, &c., taken in, not to be fore stalled, 141

Thamisestrete, 67

Thomasyn, Thomasyne, Bartholomew, 5, 6, 53, 139, 177, 182
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 182

Thorbarne, Edward, 214

Thoresby, John de, 77

Thornburgh, Thomas, 274

Thorneye, John de, 167, 256
-, - Robert de, 6, 22, 48, 146, 150
-, - William de, 5, 6, 21, 38, 46, 50, 71, 73, 78, 81, 87, 92, 112, 123, 132, 135, 144, 150, 159, 172, 174, 251, 252, 257, 258, 265, 285
-, - - Alderman of Coleman Street Ward, 71, 172

Thornhull, Richard, 274

Thorntone, John de, 218

Thorp, Thorpe, John de, 188
-, - - Agnes, late wife of, dau of Robert de Glapwell, senior, 188
-, - - Anastasia, daughter of, 188
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 188
-, - - Simon, son of, 188
-, - - William, son of, 188
-, - - "Wyger" ("Weger"), son of, 188
-, - - admitted broker of peltry, 17
-, - Sir John de, 49
-, - Ralph de, 13
-, - Reginald de, 4, 21, 54, 144, 147, 148, 151, 259
-, - William de, 102, 119
-, - - Margery, wife of, 119

Thremhale, John de, 36

Thresshere, Walter le, 166, 167

Thrillowe, John de, 57, 120, 185

Thurgode, John, 7

Thurnestone, William de, 210

Thurstone, John, 264, 300
-, - Walter, 208

Thynde, William de, 199

Tiffeld, John de, 9, 16, 22, 24, 71, 75, 89, 107, 146, 150, 156, 161, 179
-, - - Massilia, wife of, 24

Tillebury, Robert, 271
-, - Thomas, 272

Tilneye, Tilneie, Tylney, Peter de, 160
-, - Ralph, 297

Tingewyk, Tyngewyk, John de, 172
-, - William, 271

Tintagel, John de, 129

Tiscote, Richard de, 207

Tithynglombe, Tychynglombe, Wil- liam, 120, 208

Todyngtone, Richard de, 21, 40

Tolouse, Tholouse, John de, 5, 6, 22, 76

Tollous, John, 303

Tolosane, Tolasan, John, 278, 279

Tonebregge, William de, 26

Tonnage of ships. See "Tunnage."

Toppesfeld, John de, 7, 22, 47, 145, 152
-, - Richard de, 48, 51, 110, 260, 261
-, - Thomas de, 254
-, - William de, 9, 21, 148

Tornegold, Torgold, John, 9, 21, 46, 96, 103, 110, 119, 144, 147, 152, 187, 216, 287

Torneham, Bartholomew de, 215

Totehull, near Westminster, forces to assemble at, 138

Totenhale, John de, 234
-, - - John, son of, 234
-, - - John, junior, son of, 234

Totenham, John de, 47, 91, 146, 150, 235

Totingtone, Totyngtone, Richard de, 47, 65, 144, 147, 149, 151

Totyngge, Richard, 269

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

"Tour de Verre," silver cup called, 252

"Tourhill," le, 248

Tournaments in the City forbidden, 182

Tovy, Michael, 278, 279

Tower, the, a house called "la Bre- task" near, 1; writ for an Iter to be held at, 60; the City's claims at an Iter held at, 61-2; entered by rebels, 288

Tower ditch, bathing forbidden in the, 215

Tower Hill, executions on, 289

Tower Ward, 24, 254, 267; assess ment of, 3, 9, 27, 33, 143, 148, 217, 219; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 23; men elected from, to serve in France, 25; the same, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 212

Town Clerks
-, Depham, Roger de, 93n.
-, Shirbourne, John de, 178
-, Waltham, Hugh de, 93n.

Trades and Handicrafts:
-, apothecary, 24, 113, 139, 157, 179, 182, 190, 191
-, armourer, armurer, 29, 56, 66, 162, 165, 180, 204, 207, 211, 224, 261, 292
-, baker, 56, 177
-, barber, 61
-, barber-surgeon, 303

Trades and Handicrafts:
-, "bedemakere," 268
-, blader (cornmonger), 83, 101, 102, 119, 146, 152, 161, 193, 201, 211, 220
-, bocher, bochier (butcher), 11, 66, 81, 84, 123, 125, 147, 165, 167, 208, 212, 228, 229, 238, 239, 267, 302
-, bowyere, bowiere, 13, 67, 92
-, "biassour' (brewer?), 8
-, brewer, 27, 28, 29, 66, 88, 92, 128, 189, 245, 265
-, bureller, 88, 139
-, burser, purser, pouchmaker, 36, 180, 228, 236, 246
-, butcher. See bocher.
-, carpenter (carpentar'), 13, 18, 212, 241, 248
-, carter, 123
-, celer. See saddler.
-, chaloner, 199
-, chandler, chaundeler, 6, 67, 87, 92, 114, 140, 146, 150, 175, 180, 185, 260, 265
-, chaucer, 39
-, chiesmongere, furmager, 115, 210
-, clerk, 13, 17, 18, 31, 36, 50, 65, 71, 73, 75, 78, 81, 84, 85, 86, 88, 93, 97, 104, 106, 112, 114, 130, 136, 156, 169, 170, 171, 172, 176, 184, 187, 205, 210, 213, 226, 236, 257, 262, 263, 266, 272
-, "clothworker," 303
-, coffrer, 172
-, cook, cok, coke, keu, 85, 117, 145, 150, 226, 250, 251, 267, 269
-, copersmyth, 13
-, corder, 10, 142, 157, 194
-, cordwainer, cordewaner, 7, 39, 42, 62, 65, 66, 70, 80, 81, 98, 103, 115, 118, 124, 128, 140, 155, 180, 183, 186, 214, 224, 230, 231, 238, 239, 241, 245, 252, 258, 259, 260
-, cornmonger. See blader.
-, currier, coureour, 42, 43
-, cutler, cotiller, 35, 57, 92, 110, 120, 185, 260, 261
-, draper, drapier, 2, 24, 39, 71, 104, 110, 127, 146, 153, 160, 162, 177, 179, 189, 195, 196, 197, 201, 202, 204, 211, 216, 226, 231, 234, 235, 237, 238, 261, 268, 275, 284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289, 291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 303

Trades and Handicrafts:
-, dyer, diere, diegher, dieghere, 12, 79, 103, 104, 147, 152, 169, 187, 191, 259, 263, 296
-, felmonger, 6, 147, 185
-, ferroun, ferour, iremonger, ismon- ger, &c. (ironmonger), 6, 8, 13, 104, 185, 195, 228, 238, 239, 253, 287, 291, 292, 294, 298, 302
-, fishmonger, pessoner, pesshoner, 6, 7, 8, 18, 31, 35, 56, 57, 58, 66, 85, 96, 99, 104, 111, 114, 115, 116, 117, 121, 123, 128, 135, 138, 140, 146, 147, 153, 159, 162, 163, 168, 172, 184, 195, 196, 199, 204, 210, 211, 213, 214, 216, 234, 235, 236, 238, 239, 241, 243, 252, 261, 284, 285, 286, 287, 291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 297, 298, 299, 301, 303
-, fourbour, furbour, furbisher, 24, 122, 211, 214, 236, 243
-, fripperer, pheliper, 17, 19, 127, 171, 224, 234, 243
-, fruter, 66
-, fuller, 266, 272
-, furbisher. See fourbour.
-, furmager. See chiesmongere.
-, fuster (saddle-tree maker), 91, 162
-, gardener, 132
-, girdler, gyrdeler, 18, 35, 56, 62, 63, 66, 70, 108, 121, 130, 135, 136, 146, 187, 222, 284
-, glover, 147, 151, 180, 244
-, goldbetere, 35, 62, 229
-, goldsmith, goldsmyth, 13, 17, 18, 45, 48, 49, 97, 118, 133, 145, 156, 159, 169, 176, 179, 181, 193, 194, 204, 216, 222, 227, 231, 235, 238, 239, 251, 261, 271, 286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 293, 295, 296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 303
-, grocer, grosser, 203, 227, 238, 246, 248, 275, 288, 289, 290, 291, 294, 295, 296, 298, 299, 300, 302, 303
-, haberdasher, haberdashere, habirdassher, 222, 268, 269, 296, 299, 302, 303
-, hakeneyman, 264
-, harpour, 77
-, hattere, 60, 147, 173, 174, 222
-, heaumer (helmet-maker), 169, 199
-, horner, 115, 121
-, hosier, 197, 260, 261
-, hosteler, hostiller, 88, 212, 246, 249, 270

Trades and Handicrafts:
-, ironmonger. See ferroun.
-, jeweler, 270, 274
-, joiner, 220
-, kervere, 26
-, laner, woolmonger, 7, 17, 31, 56, 122, 153, 156, 191, 197, 201, 203, 238, 239
-, latoner, 66
-, leather-merchant, 162, 180
-, lorymer, 272
-, lyndraper, 257
-, mariner, 195, 254
-, mason, mazoun, 193, 212, 254
-, megucer, whittawyere, 146, 147, 153, 156, 163, 177
-, mercer, 7, 17, 56, 60, 74, 79, 87, 93, 97, 131, 136, 140, 141, 142, 145, 153, 155, 156, 161, 170, 171, 173, 177, 179, 180, 185, 190, 191, 195, 200, 201, 202 203, 209, 211, 222, 225, 235, 236, 237, 238, 245, 253, 273, 278, 284, 285, 286, 287, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298 299, 300, 301, 302, 303
-, merchant, 20, 71, 170, 213
-, merchant taylor, merchant-tail- lour, 299, 302, 303
-, painter, peyntour, 145, 152, 229
-, paternostrer, 167
-, peleter, pelter, pelleter, 12, 42, 145, 147, 150, 235, 238, 239, 256, 260. See also skinner.
-, pepperer, 30, 45, 65, 71, 95, 110, 127, 160, 169, 177, 188, 190, 204, 242, 278, 284, 286, 287, 288, 289
-, pessoner. See fishmonger.
-, pewterer, peautrer, 183, 194, 216, 303
-, physician, 11, 131
-, plumber (plombar), 153
-, poleter See poulterer
-, porter, portour, 57, 260
-, pottere, 8, 19, 42, 145, 146, 212
-, pouchmaker. See burser.
-, poulterer, poleter, 123, 145, 180, 186, 208, 224
-, purser. See burser.
-, saddler, sadeler, celer, seler, seller, 17, 18, 24, 42, 89, 91, 121, 130, 136, 162, 165, 204, 230, 231, 238, 239, 252, 257, 270, 296
-, salter, 296, 297, 301, 302, 303
-, seaman (nauta), 195
-, seler. See saddler.
-, selkwyf, 187

Trades and Handicrafts:
-, settere, 270
-, shearman, sherman, 2, 7, 38, 203, 206, 262
-, sheather, shethere, 166, 186, 197
-, skinner, skynnere, 8, 13, 17, 18, 38, 55, 58, 73, 96, 97, 136, 138, 147, 164, 177, 186, 188, 211, 215, 223, 234, 255, 260, 262, 264, 267, 284, 285, 286, 287, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298, 299, 301, 302, 303 See also peleter.
-, smith (faber), 175
-, "smyth," 257
-, spicer, spycer, 5, 6, 53, 200, 221, 235, 237, 252, 255
-, spurrier, sporiere, 92, 128, 159
-, squyler, 259
-, stockfishmonger, 75, 103, 122, 140, 170, 183, 231, 285, 286, 287, 288
-, tabourer, 139n
-, tailor, taillour, tayllour, 6, 11, 12, 87, 92, 98, 99, 114, 221, 224, 231, 235, 238, 239, 243, 250, 251, 252, 255, 256, 257, 261, 262, 263, 265, 270, 298, 299, 301
-, tailors and linen-armourers, 52
-, tanner, 5, 42, 49, 146, 151, 266
-, tapicer, 67, 122, 147, 150, 215
-, tassemaker, 197. See also burser.
-, taverner, 77, 78, 88, 245, 246, 261, 264, 267, 268
-, turner, tourner, 160, 307
-, tymbermongere, 8, 265
-, victualler, 240
-, vilour, 139
-, vintner, vineter, vyneter, 6, 19, 20, 45, 53, 63, 66, 67, 77, 78, 81, 107, 110, 112, 113, 136, 153, 167, 180, 201, 224, 235, 238, 239, 248, 249, 262, 267, 284, 286, 289, 301
-, weaver, webbe, 81, 93, 115, 134, 156, 172, 173, 186, 192, 199, 226, 249, 266
-, whittawyere. See megucer.
-, woodmonger, wodemongere, 109, 119, 185
-, woolmonger. See laner.

Trappe, Hugh, 76
-, - John, 7, 21, 47, 96

Travers, John, 277, 278
-, - William, 12

"Treinkes," 99

Tremayn, Thomas, 273

Trewe, Thomas, 268, 269

Treyere, Adam le, 64, 89, 254

Trige, William, 116

Trillowe, John de, 110

Triple, John de, 6, 22, 31, 96, 146, 152
-, - Peter de, 5, 6

Tristram, William, 205

Tronage of wool, 191

Truent, John, 260

Trussel, (Sir) William, 32, 33, 68
-, - - senior, 98

Tudenham, Todenham, William de, 71, 93, 145, 151, 170, 189, 202, 205, 223, 236, 245, 286, 306
-, - - Johanna, wife of, daughter of Hugh de Waltham, 93

Tulsan, Michael, 73
-, - - Robert, son of, 73
-, - - - Johanna, dau. of, 73

Tunderle See "Conderley."

"Tunnage" of ships, according to the number of "tuns" or casks a ship could carry, 41, 51

Tunstall, Nicholas de, 38

Turgis, Turgys, Maurice, 3, 7, 9, 45, 49, 133
-, - Simon, 23, 56, 112

Turk, Turke, Andrew, 143, 147, 152, 217, 221, 222
-, - John, 18, 48, 71
-, - Richard, 196, 257
-, - Walter, 6, 18, 31, 35, 47, 78, 87, 92, 96 122, 123, 137, 139, 144, 150 1, 159, 173, 187, 189, 197, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 214, 215, 216, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 265, 284, 286, 306
-, - William, 48, 139, 145, 150, 225, 238

Turners to have private marks, 160-1; their marks, 307

Turneye, Henry, 245

Turnham, Simon de, 4, 21, 116

Turnour, John (le), de Lothebury, 161, 307
-, - Robert, 147
-, - Thomas le, on Cornhulle, 161
-, - - de Sholane, 161, 307

Tusculum, Ambald (Annibale Ceccano), Bishop of, 88, 209n.

Twomer, William, 42
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, wife of Henry Myre, 42, 43
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 43
-, - - William, son of, 42

Twychene, Richard, 196

Twyer, John, 275
-, - Robert, 275

Twyford, Nicholas (Knt.), 268, 288, 289

Tybetot, John, 41

Tyburne, conduit at, 28

Tychewell, Alan de, 4

Tychynglombe. See Tithynglombe.

Tydi, Roger, 252

Tykeneye, William de, 254

Tyler, Wat, his rebellion, 289n.

Tymbermongere, Gilbert le, 8

"Tynes," used by brewers to carry water from the Conduit, 29

Tynnewelle, Roger de, collector of custom at the Bar of Smethefeld, 116

Tysik, "Allumine" de, 131

U

Underlee, Willliam, 218

Underwode, John, 36, 145, 149

Uphull, Thomas de, 12

Upriht, Richard, 213

Uptone, John de, 264
-, - Ralph de, 4, 7, 17, 19, 26, 27, 29, 31, 33, 36, 40, 45, 46, 47, 51, 55, 63, 189, 250, 251, 254, 255, 285
-, - - late Alderman of Coleman Street Ward, 71
-, - Thomas de, 231
-, - William de, 12

Urry, William, 121

Useflete, Sir Thomas de, Dean of St. Martin le Grand, 164

Uske, Thomas de, 13

Ussher, Walter le, 5, 7
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 5
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 5
-, - - Sarah, daughter of, 5

Uttokeshatere, Hotokeshater, Robert de, 52, 92, 197
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 197

V

Valence, Aymer de, Earl of Pembroke, his chantry in the Hermitage near Cripplegate, 180

Valeye, Richard atte, 147, 152

Valois, Philip de, King of France, 10
-, - - letter to from Edward III. laying claim to the crown of France, and his reply, 54

Vannere, Henry (le), 30, 112, 215, 220, 238, 272
-, - - Sheriff, removed from office by Richard II., 289-90
-, - John, 238, 239 See also Fannere.

Van Tene, Henry, 268

"Velewet" (velvet), a purse of, 272

Venour, William, 273, 274, 289, 291

"Venue," 269n.

Vernaccia, wine of, 245

Verney, Ralph, 294, 295

Vest, Richard le, 121

Vicory, Robert, 180

Victuallers not to be interfered with by the King's Purveyors at the com ing Parliament, 240

Victuals, municipal officers not to interfere in the free sale of, 230

Vigerous, Nicholas 228

"Vilour," 139n.

Vincent, Vyncent, John, late weigher of wool at "le Wollewharf," 112
-, - - John, son of, 112
-, - Richard, Rector of St. Benedict de Shorhogge, 200

Vine, Vyne, John, 268
-, - Malyna atte, 8
-, - Matilda atte, 147, 151
-, - Peter atte, 255
-, - Roger atte, 170
-, - Thomas atte, 7, 122, 130, 146, 149, 156

"Vintainer," 11n.

Vintners, regulations for sale of wine by, 19, 77, 78

Vintners' Hall, 113n.

Vintry Ward, 255; assessments of, 4, 9, 27, 33, 144, 149, 217, 218; Aldermen of, John de Pulteneye, 17; John de Stodeye, 248; 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

Violour, Richardin le, 139n.

Visors, 33

Vivent, Vyvent, John, 92, 146, 149
-, - Thomas, 289

Vivien, Richard, 12

Vyel, John, 277, 278, 279

W

Wade, John, 281

Wages, ordinances regulating, after the Black Death, 199, 212

Wake, Sir Thomas, de Lidell, 51

Wakefield, Robert de, 197

Wakele, John, 291

Wakerle, Robert de, 14

Walbroke, the watercourse, to be kept clean, 120

Walbroke, Richard, 279

Walbrook Ward, assessments of, 3, 9, 27, 33, 143, 148, 217, 219; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 23; Henry Darcy, Alder man of, 188; names of men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 212

Walcote, John, 273, 289, 291

Waldeby, Alexander de, 52

Waldecart, John, 263
-, - Robert, 255

Waldene, Waledene, John (de), 294
-, - - fined for having shoes made of ox leather mixed with calf leather, 128
-, - Thomas de, 3, 7, 9, 15, 16, 21, 39, 48, 89, 119, 144, 147, 148, 151, 179, 191, 193 194, 195, 196, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 207, 209, 210, 211, 214, 216, 217, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 229, 230, 231, 236, 237, 239, 241, 243, 246, 249
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 142; elected City Chamberlain loco Thomas de Maryns, deceased, 191
-, - William de, 265

Walderne, William, 291, 292

Waleraund, Henry, 279

Wales, Edward, Prince of
-, See Cornwall, Edward, Duke of.

Waleys, Galeys, Walsshe, Henry (le), 11, 20, 280, 281, 282
-, - John, 144
-, - Martin, 18
-, - Walter, 108
-, - William, 173, 218

Walkelyn, Peter, 164

Walkerne, John, 239

Walle, Thomas atte, 212

Walpole, Walpol, Adam de, 22, 133 144, 147, 148, 152
-, - John de, 144, 147, 149, 151

Walram, Richard, 143, 256

Walraven, John, 276, 280

Walshale, John de, 13

Walsham, John de, 264

Walshe, Walsshe, John (le), 52, 53, 274
-, - Nicholas, 213

Walsheman, Walssheman, John, 183, 259, 260
-, - Thomas, 13

Waltham, Hugh de, 35, 93, 199
-, - - Hamo son of, 199
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, wife of William de Tudenham, 93
-, - - Stephen, son of, 35
-, - John de, 163, 257, 263
-, - Nicholas de, 201, 202
-, - Richard (de), 124, 271
-, - Robert de, 2
-, - Roger de, 23
-, - William de, 21, 115, 124, 148

Waltham Abbey, co. Essex, 270
-, - Abbot of, 64, 89, 90

Waltone, writ dated from, 25

Waltone, Waletone, John de, 11
-, - Richard de, 245
-, - - Margery, wife of, daughter of John de Colewelle, 245
-, - William de, 218

Walworth, Walleworth, Waleworth, William, 287, 288

Walyngford, Wallyngford, William de, 73, 82, 96

Wandlesworth, Wandesworth, Jo- hanna de, 157
-, - - Robert, son of, 157
-, - Nicholas de, 239
-, - William de, 212, 238

Wantynge, Thomas de, 12

Waperlond, Henry de, de Wente- brigge, 259

Warbeck, Perkin, his defeat at Black- heath, 297n.

Warbeltone, Robert, 268

Warde, John, 269, 287, 288, 291, 295, 296
-, - Richard, 197
-, - Roger, 26
-, - Thomas, 83

Wardone, John de, 13
-, - Robert de, 12

Wards, assessments of, 3-4, 8-9, 27, 33-4, 148-9, 217-20; names of men chosen from, to safeguard the City, 21-3; names of men elected from, to serve the King in France, 25-7; men elected from, to see that the ordinances regulating wages are observed, 212-13; representatives of, according to their size, to attend elections, &c., 304-5

Ware, Edmund de, 208, 228-9
-, - Geoffrey de, 146, 151
-, - Henry de, 145, 151, 172, 213, 239
-, - John de, 7, 47, 146, 150, 153, 267, 270
-, - Richard de, 10, 135, 136
-, - - Isabella, wife of, 135, 136
-, - Thomas de, 8, 23, 48, 148, 152
-, - Walter de, 26
-, - William, 5, 6, 10, 31, 33, 49, 96, 147

Warefeld, Simon de, 256

Warender, John, 181

Warle, Warlee, John de, 228
-, - - Alice, wife of, 228
-, - Thomas de, 262

Warman, William, 27

Warmyntone, Symon, 271

Warner, John, 291, 297

Warnham, co. Sussex, 121

Warren, Waren, Ralph (Knt.), 301, 302, 303

Warter, Christopher, 294

Warwyk, Warrewik, Peter de, 219
-, - William de, 26

Wassebourne, John, 203

Water-bailiffs, complaint of extortion against, by merchants of the Hanse of Almaine, 174

Waterford, William, 214

Waterville, John, 269

Watford, Alexander de, 23
-, - John de, 13
-, - William de, 96, 162

Watlyngstrete, 82

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

Wattes, Robert, Sheriff, dies in office, 298

Wattone, John de, 22

Waver, Henry, Knt., 295

Wayllyhs, Thomas de, 205

Waynesford, Thomas, 292

Wayte, Richard, 108

Weavers, bailiffs of, appointed, 81, 93, 115, 134, 156, 172, 186, 226, 249; beadle of, sworn, 81; serjeant of, elected, 115; foreign, to be governed like native, 173

Webbe, John, 165

Wedone, Richard de, 26
-, - Roger de, 143
-, - William de, 42

Weights and Measures, abolition of Commissions appointed to assay, 107

Welbeke, William, 297

Weld, Welde, William de (atte), 39, 144, 147, 149, 152, 201, 202, 205, 207, 209, 210, 211, 215, 216, 217, 222, 223, 224, 225, 227, 235, 237, 241, 245, 267, 286, 306
-, - - Agnes, wife of, daughter of John de Aylesham, 201, 202
-, - - - Margaret, daughter of, wife of William de la Panetrie, 202n.

"Welhous," le, tenement called, 103

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

Welleford, Welford, Richard de, 7, 9, 15, 21, 71, 75, 76, 82, 283
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 75
-, - - John, son of, 75
-, - Thomas (de), 269, 270
-, - - junior, 146

Wellis, Wellys, John, 292, 293

Wendlyngburgh, Peter de, 231

Wendovre, Wendovere, John de, 167, 213, 239, 249

Wengrave, Wangrave, John de, 176, 283

Wenlok, co. Salop, 170

Wenlok, Roger, 48, 146, 152, 170, 231

Went, John de, 11
-, - Matthew de, 11
-, - Nicholas de, 11

Wescote, Walter de, 219

Wesenham, John de, 144, 152

West, Thomas, 22, 35, 70, 121
-, - - Matilda, wife of, 35

Westchepe, 56, 155

Westmelle, Giles de, 52, 53, 125, 239

Westminster, Thomas de, 12

Westone, Adam de, 77
-, - - Alice, wife of, 76, 82
-, - Geoffrey de, 71, 82
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 71
-, - Henry de, 218
-, - John de, 23, 24, 48, 145, 151, 183, 227, 235, 236
-, - Peter de, 3, 8, 143, 147, 150
-, - William 292

Westsmethefeld, 92, 116-17
-, - murage of, let to ferm, 24
-, See also Smithfield.

Westwyk, John de, 6, 120

Wetheresfeld, William de, 6, 22, 49

Whetenhale, William, 293

Whethamstede, Thomas de, 218

Whitawyere, Whittawere, Geoffrey le, 163, 177

White, Whyte, Geoffrey le, 218
-, - John, 166
-, - Laurence le, 83
-, - Richard, 203
-, - Thomas, 303
-, - William (le), 21, 119, 296, 297

Whiteby, Adam, 277

Whitefeld (Whiteseld ?), John de, 172, 186, 265

Whitheved, John, de Wynchelsee, 263

Whitingtone, Whityngtone, Richard, 274, 275, 290, 291, 292
-, - - appointed Mayor by the King loco Adam Bamme, deceased, 290n.

"Whittawyers," ordinances of the, 153. See also Megucer.

Whittone, William de, 219

Whityngham, Richard de, 11

Whytbred, John, 275

Whytcrouchestrete (White Cross Street), 35

Widyngtone, Robert, 292

Wight, Isle of. See Wyght.

Wilcher, Thomas, 222, 246

Wilford, Wylford, Gervase de, 240, 242
-, - James, 298, 303
-, - Thomas, 290

Wiliot, Wyliot, Henry, 160
-, - John, 196

Wilkynson, Wylkynson, John, 301
-, - William, 302

Willehale, Wirhale, John de, 89, 213, 279
-, - Richard de, 89
-, - - Alice, late wife of, wife of William Pykerel, 89

William, Nicholas, 53

Winchester, Bishop of, William de Edindon, 206

Winchester, Statute of, 19, 20, 106, 116; charter of Richard I. to the City of, 36; the same allowed by the City of London, id.; charters of Henry II., Henry III., Edward I., and inspeximus charter of Ed ward III to, 41; a military force to proceed to, 141

Winchester Seld, 112

Wine, regulations for sale of, 19, 77, 78, 83; to be gauged before being discharged from ships, 95; Thomas de Colleye, gauger of, 95, 134; to be discharged at the accustomed places, and not secretly, 134; custo mers to be allowed to see it drawn, 246; various kinds of, 245-6

Wine trade, ships engaged in the, to be convoyed to Gascony, 223

Winstanstow, co. Salop, Nicholas de Actone, Parson of, 169
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 169

Wirhale. See Willehale.

Wirlingworth, Nicholas de, 222
-, - - Thomas, son of, 222

Wirmyngtone, Richard de, Dean of Arches, 209-10

Woad, broker and measurer of, ap pointed by merchants of Amyas, Neel, and Corby, and by the Dyers of the City, 192

Woborn, Wobourne, John de, 278
-, - Thomas, 273

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

Wodebere, Elyas de, 250

Wodecok, John, 274, 291

Wodeford, John de, 188

Wodeham, Wodham, Robert de, 121, 199

Wodeham, Wodham, Robert de, Alice, senior, daughter of, 121
-, - - Alice, junior, dau. of, 121
-, - - Amy, wife of, 121
-, - - Geoffrey, son of, 121

Wodehous, Adam de, 38
-, - John de, 38, 171
-, - Robert de, 147
-, - William, 288

Wodestrete, 156, 222

Wodhulle, John de, 200
-, - Roger de, 82, 87, 122

Wolf, Richard, 12

"Wollewharf," "Wolwharf," le, 254, 267
-, - John Vincent, late weigher of wool at, 112

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

Wolley, Walter, 255

Wood, Thomas, 297

Wool, weighers of, summoned to West- minster, 58; unlawful export of, 59, 77 8, 94, 98, 107; restrictions on trade abolished 107; weighed at "le Wollewharf," 112; brokers of, 121, 129; exportation of, forbidden except from certain ports, 117; not to be exported before the King shall have levied 20,000 sacks, 163, 166; subsidy of, for providing ships, 159- 160, 166, 178; tronage of, 191; custom on, collectors of, appointed, 206; "bowyer" of, 269n.

Worcester, Wircestre, Wygorn', John de, 145, 152
-, - William de, 6, 23, 48, 96, 143, 147, 148, 150, 222, 226, 228, 234, 243, 286

Worre, John, elected a bailiff of the Weavers, 249

Worstede, Worthstede, John de, 153
-, - - Alice, wife of, 153
-, - - John, son of, 153
-, - Nicholas de, 266
-, - Richard de, 180, 253
-, - Simon de, 39, 47, 60, 141, 144, 147, 148, 150, 170, 180, 189, 192, 195, 196, 202, 205, 207, 209, 210, 211, 215, 222, 237, 245, 306
-, - Thomas de, 7, 22, 47, 60, 79, 140, 141, 153
-, - - Isabella, widow of, 140, 153
-, - - Isabella, daughter of, 141
-, - - Simon, brother of, 153
-, - - Simon, son of, 141
-, - - Thomas, son of, 141

Worthyn, John (de), 209
-, - - the Pope's chaplain, 206

Wottone, John, 275
-, - Nicholas, 291, 292, 293

Wrastlyngworth, Adam de, 7

Wrechesbury, John de, 246

Wrenche, John, 26

Writele, Writel, John de, 71
-, - - murage of Billingsgate demised to, 66

Wroth, Wrothe, John, 190-1, 215, 235, 238, 241, 243, 245, 266, 286, 287
-, - - elected Sheriff, 234

Wrotham, Adam de, 13
-, - William de, 9, 23

Wroxtone, John de, 168

Wybrigge, Richard de, de Haver yngge, 256

Wycham, Richard de, 180

Wyche, Hugh, 294, 295
-, - Thomas atte, 6, 146, 150

Wychingham, Wychyngham, or "le Tableter," Geoffrey de, 119, 121, 122, 132, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144, 150, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 174, 175, 177, 181, 182, 184, 186, 261, 262, 263, 264, 285, 307
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 142
-, See also Tableter, Geoffrey le.
-, - William de, 226

Wycombe, John de, 66
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, 66
-, - Richard de, 142, 145, 227, 235, 236
-, - - elected M. P. for the City, 171

Wyfold, Nicholas, 295

Wygan, Wygayn, Adam de, 218
-, - John, 116

Wyger, John, 12

Wygetone, Gilbert de, 69

Wyght, the fleet to be brought within the water of the, 130

Wygod, John, 130, 136, 146, 151

Wyke, Richard de, 153
-, - - Elena, wife of, widow of Thomas Baudry, 153
-, - - - John, son of, 153
-, - - - Matilda, daughter of, 153
-, - Robert de, 7, 21, 146, 151

Wykendene, John de, 12

Wykham, William de, 26

Wykyng, William, dies while Sheriff, 296

Wylcher, James, 12

Wylde, Simon, de Estland, 268, 269
-, - William (atte), 263, 264

Wylinghale, Wylynghale (co. Essex), (Sir) John (de Navestoke), Parson of, 103, 125

Wyllesthorpe, Nicholas de, 214

Wylleye, Walter de, 11

Wylughby, Richard de, 105

Wymborne, Thomas de, 279

Wymbuldeyne, Richard, 277

Wymond, Henry, 5, 7, 23, 33, 48, 50, 52, 70, 76, 91, 122, 143, 147, 148, 150
-, - - John, son of, 70

Wymondeswold, Wymundeswold, Wil liam de, 143, 212

Wymondham, Wymondeham, Adam (de), 225, 287
-, - - Margaret, wife of, daughter of Richard de Staundone, 225
-, - Richard de, 176
-, - Simon de, 56

Wymplee, John, 218

Wynchcombe, Wynchecombe, John de, 26
-, - Simon, 271, 272, 289

Wynchecoumbe (Winchcomb, co Glouces), 43

Wynchelse, ships, &c., to be sent to, for the war, 32

Wynchester, Wyncestre, Wynton', &c., Elyanore de, Prioress of St. Helen, London, 115
-, - Geoffrey de, 279
-, - Helewisia de, 62
-, - - Roger, son of, 62
-, - John (de), 265, 271, 273
-, - Nicholas de, 281
-, - Richard de, 276
-, - Roger de, 277
-, - Thomas de, 3, 6, 17, 23, 48, 143, 147, 150
-, - Walter de, 278

Wyndesore, John de, 13

Wyndoute, Thomas, 298

Wynger, John, 297, 298

Wynhelm, Wynnehelm, Robert, 5, 22, 172

Wynter, Osbert, 208

Wyntertone, Geoffrey de, 7, 23, 48, 130, 143, 147, 148, 151

Wyrcestre. See Worcester.

Wysbech, John de, 261, 262

Wyse, Roger le, 76, 261

Wysman, John, 267

Wystone, Roger de, 180

Wythedene, Walter de, 266

Wythes, Sir William de, Vicar of St. Laurence, Jewry, 79

Wythorn, Wythorne, Sir John, de Duntone, or Dountone, 85, 91

Wytman, William, 251

Wyttenham, Adam de, 124

Y

Yakeslee, John de, 49, 243

Yantlet. See Yenlete.

Yarmouth. See Jernemue.

Yenlete, 111

Yepeswich, Yepeswyche (Ipswich), John de, 265
-, - Walter, 271
-, See also Gippewyc.

Yerdele, John de, 246

Yerford, James (Knt.), 300, 301

Yeveneye, Yiveneye, Yveneye, Adam de, 92, 128
-, - John de, 18
-, - - Theophania, relict of, 18

Yevyndone, Thomas de, Mayor of Redynge, 176

Yles, John de, 218

Yong, Yon, &c., John, 9, 48, 294, 295
-, - Richard le, 121, 147, 152
-, - Robert le, 88
-, - - John, son of, 88
-, - - - Amicia, wife of Thomas de Sewelle, mother of, 88

Yoo, Nicholas, 293

York, statute enacted at, granting free trade to foreigners, 14, 229, 242-3; a Parliament held at, 14, 15; Dean of, William de la Zouche, 49, 50, 90, 97; church of St. Peter at, 50; city of, liberties of, id.; Sheriff of, writs to the, 90, 91; money-changers appointed for, 120, 127

York, Ebor', Eboraco, Alan de, 260
-, - John de, 11, 12, 148, 150, 218, 220
-, - Thomas de, 13, 260
-, - William de, Bishop of Salisbury, 61

Youn, John, 11, 76, 96, 104, 143, 147, 151

Ypres. See Ipre.

Yrisshe. See Iryssh.

Yvyngho. See Ivyngho.

Yweyn. See Oweyn.

Z

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

Zouche, William de la, Dean of York and King's Treasurer, 49, 50, 90, 97



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