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L - Z

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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Reginald R. Sharpe (editor)

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1911

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434-459

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Lacer, Richard, 306

Lacy, John, 173

Laffayre, Henry, 305

Lagage, John, goldsmith, 7

Laghtone, Robert, a chantry priest in the Guildhall Chapel, 67, 108

Lambard, Lambart, John, 318, 399, 400

Lambe, John, 256, 323

Lambehithe, Richard, 304

Lamprons, the season for catching, 6

Lancastre, Hugh, 305

Landwath, William, 75, 78

Lane, John, fuller, 256
-, - John, of Canterbury, 17, 20, 21

Langbourn Ward, jurors for assessment of, 197

Langestone, John, 80, 88

Langle, Langley, John, 15, 297
-, - Thomas, 30, 98
-, - William, 78

Langriche, Walter, 393

Langshot, Henry, 134, 256
-, - Thomas, 178
-, - - Elizabeth, wife of, 178

Langwith, John, tailor, 369

Lardener, William, 10

Large, John, "fleccher," 222
-, - Robert, Mercer and Alderman, 45, 63, 65, 79, 102, 103, 111, 112, 123, 142, 146, 147, 148, 161, 167, 172, 182, 183, 184, 191, 193, 201, 203, 207, 209, 211, 212, 219, 220, 231, 233, 247, 248, 250, 251, 253, 254, 273, 279, 280, 282
-, - - Elizabeth, dau. of, 281
-, - - "Dame" Johanna, wife of, 273, 280, 282
-, - - Richard, son of, 279, 280, 281, 282
-, - - Robert, son of, 279
-, - - Thomas, son of, 279, 280, 282
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 191

Latoner, William, 348

"Latoners," Latteners, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 29, 98, 149

Laurence, Baldwin, 41, 179
-, - - Alice, dau. of, 41, 179
-, - - Johanna, dau. of, 41, 179
-, - - John, son of, 41, 179
-, - - Matilda, wife of, 41
-, - - William, son of, 41, 179
-, - Roger, "hurer," charged with improper fulling of caps, 59-60

Lay, Thomas, 285

Layner, John, 30, 256

Leadenhall, public granary at, 276, 294, 313

Leather, Assayers of, 30, 98, 106, 114, 202-3; to be assayed at the Tanners' Seld near the Guildhall, 285

Leather seld near the Guildhall, 250

Leathersellers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 30, 53, 78, 98; ordinances, 249; translation to, from that of Malemakers, 38; from that of Girdlers, 235; from that of Pouch- makers, 279

Leathersellers and Glovers, Misteries of, ordinances regulating their re- spective crafts, 334-5

Leche, John, "irmonger," 66
-, - John, Master of Mistery of Poulterers, 256
-, - John le, 305

Lede, John, assayer of oysters, 227

Lee, river, conservancy of, 46

Lee, John, girdler, 93
-, - Richard, Grocer and Alderman, 315, 323, 349, 353, 354, 359, 361, 362, 366, 367, 372, 381, 383, 391, 392, 395, 399, 401, 403

Leem, Simon, 134

Leget, John, chantry priest in Guild- hall Chapel, 108, 122
-, - John, junior, 85
-, - Thomas, 196

Legge, John, 201, 248

Leicester, Parliament at, 55, 330

Leighton, Marion, 26

Lely, William, 25

Leman, John, 24

Lepers, the Wardens of, discharged from various duties, 142-3

"Lethersellers." See Leathersellers.

Letot, Henry, 98

Leventhorp, John, 15, 27

Leversegge, Robert, 39

Leveryngtone, John, chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 141

Levyng, John, elected M.P. for the City, 139

Lewes, William, 360

Lewgor, Levgor, John, 197, 322

Ley, John, girdler, 15, 30

Leycestre, William, 256

Leyne, John, 78

Leytone, William, 385, 386, 387

Lichefeld, William, S.T.D., 311

Lightholders, William, 339

Lightwode, Adam, 307
-, - - William, son of, 307, 339

Lillyk, John, 196

Lime Street Ward, jurors for assess- ment of, 197

Limners not to be put on inquests, 178

Limners and Stationers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 149

Limners and Text-writers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 15

Lincoln, Guy, 256
-, - Thomas, 169

Linen-armourers, Mistery of, transla- tion from, to that of Drapers, 39-40

Linen-weavers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 30, 43, 53, 78, 98, 143, 150, 232, 256

Lister, William, 43

Loder, William, 149

Lok, John, 370, 381, 400, 401

Lokes, les, lepers at, 142

"Loksmyth," 307

Lokwode, Richard, 374

Lollards, measures taken against, 128

Lombard, a disorderly house kept by a, 378

Lombards, a "hurlynge" against, 377n., 385-90

London, the Bishop of, to be urged not to confirm election of John Sevenoke as Prior of Holy Trinity on account of his immorality, 230; forbidden to let the Court Christian act prejudicially to the City's rights, 278
-, - Bishops of:
-, Fitz Hugh, Robert, 122, 141, 177, 194n.
-, Gilbert, Robert, 194n., 239, 240
-, Grey, William, 60, 62, 67, 101, 108
-, Kempe, Thomas, 373, 383
-, Niger, Roger, 360

London, City of, letter from the bur- gesses of Paris, invoking its assis- tance to obtain from Henry VI. protection for France, 4
-, - Port of, regulations for collectors of custom in, 102

London, Elys, 323

London Bridge, carts shod with iron not to pass over, 38; maintenance of, 107-8, 231-2, 248, 268-9; tene- ment called "le Stokkes" assigned to, 180; collector of rents apper- taining to, appointed, 238; Masters of the work of, 263, 268, 272; Chapel of St. Thomas on, 263, 290, 299; tenants of its estate not to alienate without licence of the Wardens, 268-9
-, - Wardens of, 1, 13, 32, 44, 54, 63, 79, 102, 107, 112, 115, 123, 130, 147, 166, 169, 183, 207, 218, 219, 229, 248, 261, 272, 274, 287, 299, 309, 315, 323, 326, 329, 332, 361-2, 366, 370, 381, 391, 395, 399

London Bridge, Wardens of, reim- bursed their expenses, the bridge having become ruinous, 191; inden- ture of covenant with Rector, &c., of St. Mary Woolchurch touching rebuilding of church so as not to obstruct the light of the Stocks, 267-8, 272

Longe, Henry, 134
-, - John, 43, 255
-, - John, junior, 134
-, - Thomas (le), 156, 157, 196

Lonney, Richard, 197

Lorchoun, John, 231

Lorde, John, 230

"Lord" Mayor, origin of prefix, 243n., 361

Lorimers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 14, 43, 52, 78, 143, 150, 232, 256

"Lothoners." See Latoners.

Lounde, John, 393, 394
-, - Richard, 270

Louthe, John, 197
-, - Robert, 306

Love, John, Rector of Aspley-Guise, co. Beds, and chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 122

Lovecok, Philip, 168

Lovekyn, John, 304

Lovelace, Lovelas, Richard, 209, 219, 229, 248

Lovell, Richard, appointed an Attor- ney in the Sheriffs' Court, 350

Lowe, Hugh, 148

Lucas, Walter, 256

Lucy, Walter, cutler, 109, 142, 143, 144

Ludford, John, 173, 257

Ludgate Prison, ordinances touching treatment of prisoners in, 124-7; Keeper of, to provide prisoners with coal and ale at prices prescribed, 183; Henry Dene, Keeper, 254, 255; the contents of its privy dis- charged into the town ditch, and opposition thereto, 254-5

Lullay, William, 156

Lumley, Richard, 222, 262-3, 321

Lumour, Alan, 380
-, - - Johanna, wife of, daughter of Thomas Hawkyn, 380

Lungley, John, 279
-, - - William, son of, 279

Lute, Christopher, 134

Luttour, John, 195, 196

Lye, Richard, 257
-, - William, 105

Lyffyn, Clement, 71, 147, 207, 218

Lyly, William, 222, 232

Lynce, German, 384

Lynde, John, 77, 257, 328

Lyndesay, Richard, scrivener, 43, 121, 227
-, - - Agnes, wife of, formerly wife of John Hauk, 121

Lyndewode, John de, 305

"Lynenwebbe" (linen weaver), 63

Lynge, John, 67, 172, 178, 224, 296

"Lynge Armurers." See Linen- armourers.

Lynne, John, skinner, 70
-, - Thomas, capper, 29, 40
-, - William, grocer, 25, 26, 27, 171
-, - - Alice, wife of, 25, 26, 171
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 26
-, - - Beatrix, daughter of, wife of Thomas Oxney, 26, 27
-, - - John, son of, 26, 171
-, - - Margaret, daughter of, 26
-, - - Robert, son of, 26

Lyon, Thomas, 282

M

Mabewe, Mabywe, John, 359, 368, 369

Machon, Ivo, appointed a valet to Water-bailiff, 380

Madestone, Richard, 30

"Maghlin" (Mechlin), 353

Makarell, William, 117

Malberthorp, William, chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 141

Maldon, co. Essex. See "Maudone."

Maldone, John, grocer, 13, 227, 236, 238, 246, 284, 341, 348, 384

Malemakers, Mistery of, translation from, to that of Leathersellers, 37-8

Maliard, Thomas, 282

Mallyng, Cristina, wife of Thomas Cake alias Mallyng, 166
-, - - Cristina, god-daughter of, daughter of Ralph Blakelowe, 166

Malpas, Philip, Draper and Alderman, 71, 123, 229, 231, 241, 244, 247, 296, 300, 321, 326, 327, 330
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 139, 266n.
-, - - Sheriff, orders the bringing up of a prisoner out of Newgate, 241; petition to Common Council to up- hold his action in removing men from sanctuary of St. Martin le Grand, 241-2

Maltby, William, mercer, 11, 169

Malvern, John, 401
-, - - Anne, daughter of, 401
-, - - John, son of, 401

"Manionlane" (Mincing Lane), 305

Mannyng, Thomas, 256

Manumission, a certificate of, 108

Mapelesdene, John, 305

Mapy, Richard, 389

Marbultone, Richard, 113

Marcanovo, John de, 116

Marchall, John, cutler, 256
-, - John, mercer, 387, 400
-, - Robert, grocer, 78, 122, 202, 229, 231, 241, 244
-, - William, 98

Marchaunt, Henry, 143, 282
-, - John, 212, 232, 305
-, - Stephen, 237, 284
-, - Thomas, Rector of St. Peter's, Cornhill, 101

Marche, Rauf, 385, 387, 390

Maroheford, Richard, 313
-, - Robert, 100

Mareschall, John, "lattener," 29, 149

Margaret of Anjou, her coronation, 314n.

"Mariemburg," in Prussia, 106

Markham, John, Justice, 360

Marleburgh, Thomas, 15

Marowe, Marwe, William, Alderman, 194, 271, 272, 299, 309, 312, 326, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 340, 345, 349, 353, 354, 359, 362, 366, 367, 372, 373, 374, 375, 376, 379, 381, 382, 383, 391, 392, 395, 399, 401
-, - - appointed a Justice to determine pleas of Almaine mer- chants, 401
-, - William, 197, 209
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, wife of John Weston, 209

Martin V., Pope, summons the Council of Basle, 145

Martyn, Johanna, niece of Martin Fitzhugh, 26
-, - John, nephew of the same, 26
-, - John, a Commissioner for gaol- delivery of Newgate, 7, 18, 39, 140
-, - John, a Justice, 185
-, - John, pewterer, 374
-, - Nicholas, 103
-, - Thomas, 196

Martynson, Godfrey, 142

Mase, Mas, Henry, 256
-, - Thomas, 149

Maserer, William le, 305

Masons, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 97, 256

Matany, Almaric, 209

Mathew, Thomas, 264

Matilda, wife of King Stephen, 81

"Maudone" (Maldon, co. Essex), in- speximus charter to town of, 362-3

Maunehe, John, of Venice, 306

May, Richard (William ?), 352
-, - William, 255

Mayheu, Robert, 110, 283
-, - - Cristina, dau. of, 110, 283
-, - - John, son of, 110, 283
-, - - Martin, son of, 110, 283
-, - - Richard, son of, 110
-, - - Robert, son of, 110, 283

Mayho, John, 98

Mayneld, Thomas, 55

Mayor, no one to be re-elected within seven years of his last Mayoralty, 33-4; a re-election allowed after an interval of five years, 34n.; no one to serve office for a third time, id.; his prerogative of making six men free of the City, 34; ordinances touching those present at election of, 55; no one who had twice served as, to be called upon to serve a third time, 191; must be an Alderman, and have served as Sheriff, id.; the King's orders touch- ing mode of election, 274; members of the Common Council specially summoned to attend, 275, 288; his swearing into office before the Barons of the Exchequer delayed owing to the Court of Exchequer being adjourned, 396. See also "Lord" Mayor.
-, - John Pencrich, esquire to the, to occupy a tenement over the Guildhall gate, 57-8
-, - Serjeants of:
-, Botiller, Thomas, 39
-, Holgreve, Thomas, 270
-, Pencriche, John, 270
-, - elections of, 2, 14, 33, 48, 54, 64, 79-80, 103, 112, 123, 147, 172, 184, 193, 219, 220, 231, 251, 262, 275, 288, 302, 311, 324, 327, 329-30, 349, 362, 367, 372, 381, 392

Mayors:
-, Aleyn or Allen, John, 34n.
-, Atherle. See Hatherle.
-, Barentyn, Drew, 9, 38, 89, 168, 393
-, Bartone, Henry, 27, 51, 80, 84, 85, 86, 89, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 105, 108, 109, 114, 121
-, Bernes, John de, 94
-, Boleyn, Geoffrey, 392, 393, 394, 395
-, Brembre, Nicholas, 82, 158
-, Brokle, John, 168, 171, 172, 173, 176, 178, 179, 182, 183, 184
-, Broune, John, 376

Mayors:
-, Broune, Broun, Stephen, 34n., 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 227, 228, 229, 231, 279, 285, 289, 326, 327, 328, 329, 348, 349
-, Cambregge, William, 279
-, Canynges, Thomas, 377, 378, 381, 382, 383, 384, 385, 391, 392
-, Capell, William, 321
-, Catworth, Thomas, 237, 252, 272, 285, 288, 289, 290, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 299, 300, 301, 302
-, Cauntbrigge, William, 6, 267
-, Chaltone, Thomas, 329, 330, 331, 332
-, Chichele, Robert, 1, 2, 33, 49, 70, 127, 214, 269
-, Clopton, Robert, 186, 213, 250, 260, 262, 263, 267, 268, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 277, 278
-, Colet, Henry, 34
-, Coventre, John, 34, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 144
-, Crowmere, William, 13, 17, 18, 19, 22, 24, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32, 33
-, Estfeld, William, 34n, 103, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 120, 215, 216, 219, 220, 224, 252, 296, 307
-, Eyre, Simon, 41, 215, 268, 307, 309-10, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 327
-, Fauconer, Thomas, 5, 36-7
-, Feldyng, Geoffrey, 286, 349, 350, 352, 353, 354, 355, 358, 361, 362
-, Forster, Stephen, 350, 367, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373
-, Fraunceys, John, 109
-, Frowyk, Henry, 34n., 94, 118, 193, 194, 195, 201, 202, 203, 204, 207, 208, 223, 235, 298, 300, 301, 303, 304, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 313, 348
-, Gedney, John, 27, 34n., 56, 63, 64, 67, 68, 69, 70, 76, 77, 78, 79, 116, 201, 320, 321, 322, 324, 325, 326, 327
-, Gregory, William, 70, 282, 341, 343, 344, 345, 347, 348
-, Hamond, John, 83
-, Hatherle, Atherle, John, 202, 209, 275, 277, 279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 286, 288, 292, 297
-, Hende, John, 142
-, Hulyn, William, 396, 398, 399, 400, 401

Mayors:
-, Josselyn, Ralph, 34n., 380, 391, 398
-, Knolles, Thomas, 182
-, Large, Robert, 148, 209, 231, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 241, 247, 248, 250, 251
-, Lee, Richard, 34n., 403
-, Marowe, William, 372, 373, 374, 375, 376, 379, 381, 382
-, Merlawe, Richard, 7, 176
-, Michell, John, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 48, 50, 53, 191, 209, 210, 212, 213, 214, 218
-, Norman, John, 359, 360, 366, 367
-, Olney, John, 315, 316, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 344
-, Ottele, Robert, 58, 65, 180, 184, 185, 186, 188, 189, 190, 191, 193, 195, 213, 267
-, Oulegreve, Thomas, 398
-, Pattesley, John, 212, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 259, 260, 262, 267, 268
-, Perneys, John, 144, 147, 150, 160, 161, 166, 168, 169, 171, 172, 175
-, Philip, Matthew, 401
-, Pycard, Henry, 178
-, Reynwell, John, 46, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64
-, Scot, Thomas, 395, 396, 399
-, Sevenoke, William, 235
-, Staundone, William, 34n., 51
-, Taillour, William, 369, 398-9
-, Walderne, William, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 20, 22, 37, 61, 202, 214
-, Welles, John, 124, 127, 131, 132, 133, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 146, 147, 175, 179, 210
-, Wodecok, John, 2, 218, 275
-, Wottone, Nicholas, 112, 114, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 127, 132, 234, 294
-, Wyfold, Nicholas, 332, 333, 335, 337, 338, 339, 340

Measures, false, made by foreign turners, 193

Medrest, John, 52

"Mehun sur Eure," "Meun sur Leyre." See Meun on the Loire.

Melborne, Milborne, John, Draper and Alderman, 271, 274, 287, 322

Melbourne, John, grocer, 27, 41, 71

Melford, John, chantry priest in St. Paul's, 122-3

Melreth, Milreth, William, Mercer and Alderman, 27, 32, 44, 50, 55, 56, 112, 115, 123, 146, 147, 161, 167, 172, 182, 183, 184, 193, 203, 218, 219, 220, 231, 234, 241, 247, 250, 261, 262, 270, 273, 275, 286, 288, 299, 300, 302, 310, 311

Melreth, Milreth, William, elected M. P. for the City, 61n., 100, 139

Melyard, Thomas, 256

Mercaunt, William, 257

Mercers of the City rise against the Lombards, 385-90

Mercers, "Mersers," Mistery of, Master sworn, 78; charter of Henry VI. tc, 225-6

Mercery, Mistery of, Sir William Cheyne admitted to the freedom in, subject to his not being prevented thereby from continuing to discharge his duties as Chief Justice, 58-9

Merchant Strangers, a return to be made of names, &c., 267, 270, 274, 288; not to sell "avoirs de pois" until weighed, 394

Merlawe, Richard, 4, 7, 30, 176
-, - - Agnes, wife of, afterwards wife of Robert Chichele, 4
-, - - Thomas, son of, 4

Merlowe, Thomas, 30

Merssh, Mersche, Henry, 212, 284
-, - John, senior, 256
-, - John, fruiterer, 59
-, - Thomas, 113
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 113
-, - - Katherine, dau. of, 113
-, - - Thomas, son of, 113
-, - - Thomas, son of, 113

Merton (co. Surrey), Abbey of, 306

Messinger, Richard, 383

"Metierdes," "Metyerdes," for mea- suring cloth, 321

"Meun" (Mehun) on the Loire, cap- tured by the Earl of Salisbury, 79; letter of Charles VII. of France dated from, 320

Michel, William, 5

Michell, John, Fishmonger and Alder- man, 2, 13, 14, 31, 33, 34n, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 48, 53, 54, 56, 61, 78, 80, 84, 95, 103, 146, 147, 172, 182, 184, 191, 193, 203, 204, 209, 210, 212, 213, 214, 218
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 61n., 191
-, - William, 344

Middelcote, William, 95

Middelton, John, Mercer and Alder- man, 329, 355, 356, 357, 381, 383, 391, 392, 395, 399, 401
-, - - Sheriff, 332, 333
-, - - City Chamberlain, 329, 331
-, - John, 388, 389

Midsummer Watch. See Watch.

Milborne. See Melborne.

Mildenhale, Robert, 46

Miles, Alexander, 171
-, - - Alexander, son of, 171
-, - - Henry, son of, 171
-, - William, 284
-, - - Henry, son of, 284

Milford, Milleford, John, 78
-, - William, Archdeacon of Colches- ter, his chantry in St. Paul's, 191, 396

Milkenale, John, 78

Miller, William, 343

Miltone, A, Gilbert, 53

Mirfyne, Thomas, Alderman, 322

Misteries, names of those that pro- vided torches at the funeral of Henry V., 3
-, - Masters sworn, 14, 29-30, 41, 43, 52-3, 77-8, 97-8, 143-4, 148-50, 172, 232, 256-7
-, - translations from and to, 7-8, 9, 38, 39, 51, 52, 61, 109, 121-2, 124, 127, 142, 144, 168, 176, 179, 201, 210, 213, 214, 224, 233, 234, 235, 252, 267, 277, 279, 280, 296, 307, 310, 327, 343-4

Mitron, William, 169

Mogon, James, 98, 256

Moisaunt, Thomas, carpenter, 119

Mokkyng, John, 157
-, - Thomas, 306

Moltone, William, 210

Montereau-faut-Yonne, 101n.

Moore, William, 210

"Mordant," "Mordaunt," of a girdle, 65n., 198

Morder, Thomas, 98

Mordey, John, 383

More, John, carpenter, 60
-, - John, skinner, 24, 89
-, - William, 98, 222, 306

Morrow-mass priest, 17, 20

Morstede, Moorstede, Thomas, Master of the craft of Surgery, 11n., 15, 30, 98, 143, 179, 223
-, - Thomas, fishmonger, 207, 208

Morteyn, Robert, 264

Mortmain, wills devising lands, &c., in, to be carefully examined for fraud before enrolment. 181

Mortymer, John, of Bishop Hatfield, inquisition touching his escape from the Tower, 25
-, - Richard, 398

Morviller, John de, of Amiens, 107

Morys, Richard, 242, 245
-, - Walter, 305
-, - William, 194, 195, 197, 211, 212

Mosehech, Richard, 134

Moubray, William, 196

Mounselle, John, 124, 323

Mountegu, John, 304, 306

Mountgomery, Thomas, draper, 70
-, - - Agnes, wife of, afterwards wife of Nicholas Stucle, Knt., 70
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, 70
-, - - Thomas, son of, 70

Mowbray, John, Duke of Norfolk, 69
-, - John, "steynour," 29

Moyne, Laurence, admitted a Ser- jeant-at-mace, 383

Moysaunt, Thomas, 108. See also Moisaunt.

Multon, William, disfranchised, 228

Mundache, Antony de, 218

Munde, William, 194

Mundeford, John, 321
-, - - John, son of, 321

Mylkedale, John, lorimer, 43. See also Milkenale.

Mynot, Nicholas, "fleccher," 140

N

Nairsreo, Frederic, 114

Napery, weavers of, 151

Narbourgh, William, 273, 391

Nasyng, William, 149

Naturalization, letters of, granted to John Maunche, of Venice, 306

Nedeham, John, Common Serjeant- at-law, 339

Nedham, Nedeham, Richard, 300, 307, 344, 370, 381, 395, 400
-, - - Johanna, wife of, formerly wife of John Kinge, 307

Neel, Hugh, brewer, 62
-, - John, Master of the House of St. Thomas de Acon, 86

"Neel" (Nesle), merchants of, pay- ment to the City in respect of their composition by, 31, 45, 50, 52, 60, 69, 76, 77, 100, 107, 121. See also Amiens and Corbie.

Nele, John, 390

Nesle. See "Neel."

Neteleship, Nettelsep, Nedilship, Henry, foreign weaver, 30, 98, 167

"Netter," 224, 277

Neubolt, William, 173

Neve, John. 9

Nevers, negotiations between the Dukes of Bourbon and Burgundy at, 189

"Never too late to mend," 162n.

Nevile, John, 305

Nevyle, Elizabeth, 208

Newe, Thomas, 323-4

Neweman, John, 378

Newenham, Newenden, John, chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 117, 383

Newenton, John, Warden of the Cutlers, 93

Newerk, John, 395

Newgate, Commissioners for gaol- delivery of, 7, 18, 39, 140
-, - gate and gaol pulled down and a new gaol erected by the executors of Richard Whityngton, 19, 39, 49, 140, 188; bequest of John Pulteney to prisoners in, to be enforced by distress, 119; ordinances touching treatment of prisoners in, 124-7; the keeper to be elected yearly and find surety for safeguard- ing prisoners in, 127; to provide prisoners with coal and ale at prices prescribed, 183; water conveyed by pipe from St. Bartholomew's Hos- pital to prisoners in, 189

Newham, William, 121
-, - - Alice, wife of, formerly wife of John Walter, 121

New Hospital, the, 306

New Place (Newark, co. Surrey), Priory, 306

Niche, Thomas, 318-19, 400

Nicholas, Pope, his taxation, 5n.

Nicholl, John, 98

Niger, Roger, Bishop of London, his "constitution" touching offerings to curates, &c., 360n.

"Nightcappes" unlawfully fulled, 40, 59, 60

Noon, rung at different hours, 198

Norbarn, Northbarn, or Northburgh (Denmark), the staple at, 99, 134

Norburgh, John, Sheriff's officer, 241
-, - William, 381

Norbury, Henry, 360

Nordone, Richard, 71, 112, 123, 274

Norfolk, John Mowbray, Duke of, 69

Norman, John, Draper and Alderman, 219, 230, 248, 250, 261, 262, 273, 274, 275, 286, 288, 299, 300, 302, 305, 309, 310, 311, 313, 315, 321, 322, 323, 324, 326, 327, 328, 329, 331, 333, 337, 340, 341, 345, 348, 349, 353, 354, 359, 360, 361, 362, 366, 367, 370, 372, 380, 381, 383, 392, 395, 399, 401
-, - John, "corser," 49
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, 49
-, - - Johanna, wife of, 49
-, - - Thomasia, daughter of, 49
-, - - William, son of, 49

Northampton, William, draper, 55, 213

Northerne, Thomas le, 66
-, - - Alice, mother of, 66

Northey, John, poulterer, 93

Northumberland, Henry Percy, Earl of, his title to Northumberland House, 203, 204

Northumberland House, in parish of St. Agnes without Aldersgate, 203

Nortone, Gregory, 304
-, - John, 47
-, - William, sherman, 98
-, - William, saddler, 166

Norway, regulations for merchants visiting, 99, 133-4

Norwode, Thomas, 283

Norys, John, 134, 326

Notebrom, John, 196, 212

Notyngham, John, 97

Nour,' Henry, 222

Nycholl, John, 222

Nyghtyngale, John, 277
-, - - Thomas, son of, 277

Nykke, Thomas, 271, 272

O

Oblations to City curates, proceed- ings taken to have them increased, 360-1; the Bishop of London inter- viewed on the subject, 361; declines to produce Papal Bull, id.

Odiham, Robert, grocer, 29
-, - - Robert, son of, 29

Okle, Robert, 343

Oldcastle, Sir John, his rebellion, 16

Old Fish Street, 20

Olney, John, Mercer and Alderman, 27, 45, 54, 71, 102, 112, 115, 118, 120, 127, 146, 150, 161, 167, 175, 183, 193, 203, 207, 218, 219, 220, 229, 231, 234, 241, 247, 250, 253, 254, 261, 262, 270, 273, 275, 286, 287, 288, 299, 300, 302, 309, 310, 311, 313, 315, 316, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 326, 327, 328, 329, 331, 333, 337, 339, 340, 341, 344, 345, 348, 349, 353, 354, 361, 362, 366, 367, 370, 371, 372, 381, 391, 392

Olwell, Richard, 232

Olyve, John, 13

Olyver, John, 15, 224
-, - William, grocer, 26
-, - William, mercer, 201, 202

"One hand," testimony by, 116, 117

Onhand, Richard, draper, 195
-, - Thomas, mercer, 186, 195, 227, 251, 320

Oo, John, 150
-, - - Elizabeth, daughter of, 150
-, - - John, son of, 150
-, - - Katherine, wife of, 150
-, - - Thomas, son of, 150

Orable, Alexander, 223, 280

Orphanage, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 24, 26, 27, 29, 36, 41, 42, 48, 49, 50, 51, 55, 57, 58, 59, 63, 64, 65, 67, 70, 77, 84, 85, 93, 94, 96, 100, 110, 111, 113, 114, 116, 118, 121, 127, 130-1, 143, 147, 148, 150, 166, 171, 172, 179, 186, 187, 188, 194-5, 195, 201, 202, 208, 209, 211, 212, 213, 222-3, 224, 227, 229, 231, 234, 236, 237, 238, 246, 251-2, 252, 254, 259, 268, 271, 272, 273, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 283-4, 284, 292, 297, 300, 306, 307, 310, 312, 313, 318-19, 320, 321, 325, 327, 328, 329, 339, 341, 343, 344, 349, 352-3, 354, 367, 368, 369, 372-3, 374, 379, 390-1, 396, 398, 400, 401
-, - guardians appointed for a pre- scribed term, irrespective of orphan's age, 5n.

Osbarn, Richard, 58, 111, 120, 179
-, - Thomas, mercer, 58, 65, 120, 186, 227
-, - William, 191
-, - - Alice, wife of, daughter of Richard Banastre, 191

Ossegoby, John, hosteler, 49

Ostrich, Thomas, 232

"Ostriche" feathers, 246

Osyn, John, 246

Otehill, Richard, 141

Otewey, Robert, 281
-, - - Elizabeth, daughter of, 281
-, - - Katherine, wife of, 281, 282
-, - - Robert, son of, 281

Otteley, Otley, Robert, Grocer and Alderman, 26, 47, 55, 58, 61, 63, 64, 65, 78, 80, 84, 95, 102, 103, 112, 122, 123, 146, 147, 161, 167, 172, 180, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 188, 189, 190, 191, 193, 195, 213, 223, 267
-, - - Mayor, refuses to take an oath at the Exchequer to observe the statute touching weights and measures, 184-6
-, - Robert, grocer, 188, 189
-, - - Katherine, wife of, formerly wife of Bartholomew Seman, 188, 189

Otwere, Henry, 222

Oulegreve, Thomas, 370, 372, 395, 398, 399

Outkampe, William, 324

Oxenford, John, 305

"Oxlese," a close called, in the Manor of Paddington, 233

Oxney, Salamon, goldsmith, 19, 86
-, - Thomas, grocer, 27, 42
-, - - Beatrix, wife of, daughter of William Lynne, 27

Oxon', John de, 156, 305

Oysters, &c., assayer of, 227

P

Pacy, Walter, chantry priest in church of St. Swithin, 120

Paddesley, John, goldsmith, 47, 122, 223

Paddington, Manor of, belonging to the Abbey of Westminster, 233; water to be conveyed to the City from, id.; the City's works at, 314; conduit head of water at, owned by the City, 356

Padyngtone, John, 53

Page, Gilbert, cook, 50
-, - Johanna, 360
-, - John, 10, 41
-, - Robert, 323
-, - William, 263

Painters, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 150, 256
-, - translation from, to that of "Steynours," 121-2

Pake, John, 79, 102
-, - John, junior, 372

Pakysman, William, 277

Palmer, Henry, 305
-, - John, 150
-, - William, 257

Panetria, John de, 305

Panter, Richard, cordwainer, 98, 121

"Paradys," a place called, near the foss of Calais, 134

Paris, City of, letters from inhabitants of, touching their perilous condition, 132-3, 135; letter to, from the Duke of Burgundy, touching a proposed Congress at Arras, 189

Parish Clerks, ordinances touching, 290-1
-, - "community" of, translations to, from Misteries of Saddlers and Text-writers, 296

Parkeman, Parkemant, Richard, 105

Parker, John, "sporier," 14
-, - John, brewer, 76, 277
-, - John, fleccher, 149
-, - John, draper, 224
-, - John, 140

Parker, Stephen, 257
-, - Thomas, armourer, 78
-, - William, armourer, 149, 222
-, - William, draper, 67

"Parkerislane," parish of St. Michael, Queenhithe, a stew kept in, 75

Parliament, writs for election, 12, 40, 61, 92, 100, 139, 168, 190-1, 232, 266, 304
-, - the price of oats, &c., during session of, prescribed, 15; hostelers, &c., to close their doors at 9 P.M. during session of, id.; statute fixing a 40s. freehold as qualification of electors, 116n.; article for preserva- tion of peace in the King's Council, 177-8; City members of, restriction of allowance of cloth and fur made to, 101; allowance to City M.P.'s when sitting at a distance from the City, 330-1; fees for enrolments, &c., doubled to pay the same, 331
-, - of "bats," 55n.

Partriche, Richard, 134
-, - Thomas, 378

Parys, John, "lorimer," 43, 78
-, - John, tailor, 173
-, - William, brewer, 98, 149
-, - William, sworn ale-conner, 99

Paslewe, John, 194, 212

"Passage," grant of, 313

Passemere, John, Serjeant-at-arms, 17, 18, 20, 21

Pastone, William, a Commissioner for gaol-delivery of Newgate, 140

Pattesle, John, Goldsmith and Alder- man, 45, 70, 80, 103, 112, 123, 142, 146, 147, 150, 161, 167, 172, 175, 182, 183, 184, 193, 212, 218, 219, 220, 231, 247, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 259, 260, 262, 267, 268, 270, 273, 275, 286, 288, 300, 302, 311, 315, 327, 329, 331

Pattyn, Richard, 41

Paul's Chain, 22

Pavia, a Synod held at, 145

Pavy, Richard, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22
-, - - Johanna, wife of, after- wards wife of John Kent, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21

Paxman, William, 224

Payn, John, 210
-, - Richard, draper, 378
-, - Thomas, clerk to Sir John Old- castle, 16
-, - William, 99

Pays, Pais, William, "shether," 232, 256

"Peautrers." See Pewterers.

Pecok, John, 105

"Peintours." See Painters.

Pelham, John, Knt., 15, 27

Pellican, Robert, "stokfisshmonger," 36
-, - Robert, of the Ward of Candle- wick, 196

Pembertone, John; 382

Pembrigge, William, 273

Penance, the, Friars of, 306

Pencrich, John, esquire to the Mayor, to occupy a tenement over the Guild- hall gate, 57-8; Swordbearer, 270

Pendant, a part of a girdle, 198

Penne, John, 329

Pentecost, procession of the Mayor, &c., at, 108

Peper, William, 140, 196

Pepyr, William, pouchemaker, 98

Percy, Henry, Lord, 203
-, - - Henry, son of, 203

Percye, Henry de, 306

Peretre, Thomas, 150

Perkyns, Thomas, 343

Pernell, Thomas, girdler, 110

Perneys, John, Fishmonger and Alder- man, 1, 2, 14, 31, 33, 36, 37, 44, 48, 54, 56, 61, 63, 64, 71, 80, 84, 112, 123, 144, 146, 147, 150, 160, 161, 166, 168, 169, 171, 172, 175

Perpoint, Roger, of Landeford, co. Notts, 373
-, - - John, son of, 373

Pertenale, William, 305

Pertriche, John, 134

Pery, Richard, skinner, 17, 20, 21

Peryn, John, 29
-, - Richard, 216, 217
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 216, 217
-, - Walter, 257

Peryngtone, Thomas, 25

Pesage, proceedings against certain bakers for refusing to pay, 358-60, 369

Peter's Key, near Old Fish Street, 20

Petersson, Geoffrey, 256

Peter's Tavern, by Paul's Chain, 22

Petevyle, William, 227, 248

Petham, Bartholomew, 232

"Petils" (arrows), 95, 206n.

Petwardyn, Thomas, fishmonger, 13, 24, 55
-, - - John, son of, 13
-, - - Nicholas, son of, 13, 24, 55

Pewter, standard of weight for divers articles of, 227

Pewterers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 222; ordinances of, 223-4; trans- lation to, from that of Upholders, 235; Wardens to have a fourth part of all tin brought for sale to the City at current price, 296; to search and assay all tin melted in the City, id.

Peyruk, John de, 218

Philip, Matthew, Goldsmith and Alderman, 140, 223, 332, 333, 340, 341, 345, 348, 349, 353, 354, 359, 362, 366, 367, 370, 372, 381, 391, 392, 395, 399, 401

Philip, Richard, grocer, 396

Philipot, Phelipot, John, Knt., 32
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 32, 56
-, - - - Richard Bamme, son of, 56, 57

Physic, Surveyors of Faculty of, 11

Physicians, a joint College with Sur- geons, 11; Master Gilbert Kymer sworn Rector of the Faculty of, 14; Rector and Surveyors of, their con- flict with the Barbers, 37; Masters sworn, 41; Surveyors sworn, id.

Pidmell, John, 212

Piecers, ordinances touching Cobblers and, 182, 329

Pie-powder, Court of, at St. Bartholo- mew Fair, 355

Pierson, Richard, 252

Pikeman, Pykman, Andrew, 158
-, - Henry, 360

Pillory, punishment of, for forging deeds, 16, 103; for keeping dis- orderly house, 17; for selling coal deficient in measure, 95; for fraudu- lent bill of sale, 397

Pinners, Pynners, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 30, 257; its rivalry with Wirediawers and Cardmakers, 42-3; translation from, to that of Haber- dashers, 144, 327; petition by War- dens to be allowed one-half of all fines paid into the Chamber for defaults, 344-5

Pitte, Robert, 349

Plate, Richard, 15

Plesseys, John, Archdeacon of Col- chester, his chantry in St. Paul's, 191, 396

Pleystowe, Thomas, 256

Plomer, Plummer, John, 134, 370, 399

Poland, wax of, 46

Poley, John, grocer, 29

Polhill, John, 150, 257
-, - Richard, skinner, 93, 111
-, - Robert, 306

Pomerey, Thomas, Prior of Christ- church, 311

Ponchoun, Punchon, William, 257, 285

Ponten, Richard, 322

Pool, the, in the Thames, 312

Pope, John, 176
-, - Peter, 171, 211
-, - Richard, 97, 148, 257

Pope, Thomas, 134
-, - William, 78

Popell, John, 304

Portable altar for private mass, 275

Porter, Richard, 277
-, - Thomas, 305
-, - Sir William, Knt., 42
-, - - Agnes, wife of, formerly wife of William Staundone, 42
-, - William, 391, 395

Portsoken, Ward of, formerly the soke of the English Knightengild, 81, 82; assessment of, 197

Potenam, Isabella, 216

"Potenethe," "Potenhethe" (Put- ney), 3, 6

Potter, William, 148

Potyn, Simon, 256

Pouchmakers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 29, 149, 222; translation to, from Mistery of Haberdashers, 127- 128; from that of Glovers, 277; translation from, to that of Leather- sellers, 279

Pouchmakers and "Galechemakers" (makers of galoches), Mistery of, Masters sworn, 98

Poule, Simon, 97

Poulterers to sell poultry at places and at hours prescribed, 249
-, - Mistery of, Masters sworn, 98, 256

Poultry, the, nuisance in, caused by poulterers keeping poultry, &c., 289

Power, Richard, Sword-bearer, a grant to, for services at the Queen's Coro- nation, 314; to be allowed a suit- able servant, 320

"Poyntmaker," 385, 389

Prague, the City of, sends delegates to the Council of Basle, 146

Preest, Priest, Nicholas, 324, 331

"Prent," 379n.

Prentis, Prentys, William, mercer, 69, 212

Prest, Godfrey, 306
-, - William, 305

Prestone, Henry, stockfishmonger, 24
-, - John, a Commissioner for gaol- delivery of Newgate, 7, 18, 39

"Prikkys," three, a baker's mark, 247

Prince, Thomas, 232

Priour, John, of Sandwich, 97

Prisage of wine, the King's Chief Butler complains of the loss of, by foreigners being admitted to the freedom of the City, 35; demanded by the King's Chief Butler, 46; the citizens of London claim to be exempt, id.

Prisot, John, Chief Justice C. P., 360

Proffyt, John, City Chamberlain, 7, 9, 61, 121, 142, 168, 202

Proufote, Robert, 78

Prowde, John, 43

Prude, Odgar le, 81

Prussia, herrings exported to, 106

Prynce, William, 396

Pulham, Godard, 284-5
-, - - Agnes, wife of, formerly wife of John Walpole, 285

Pulteney, Sir John, payment of his bequest to prisoners in Newgate to be enforced by distress, 119; his chantry in St. Paul's, 191, 396; his lands, &c., devised for pious uses, to be distrained for arrears by the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's, 239

"Pulters." See Poulterers.

Purchas, Henry, 229, 292
-, - John, 97
-, - Thomas, 285

Pursers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 144; translation from, to that of Glovers, 210

Purveyors, demanding goods without payment, to be resisted, 269; statute thereon, 270

Pycard, Henry, 178
-, - Thomas, 160

Pydmell, John, 9, 70

Pye, John, 257, 320

Pygot, John, 328

Pykeryng, William, 281, 352

"Pympernel," 70

Pynder, William, 263

"Pynners." See Pinners.

"Pynsons," a gold seal engraved with, 281

Pyriel, John, 41
-, - Thomas, 378

Q

Quarry, James, 65

Queenhithe, assayer of oysters at, 227

Queenhithe Ward, jurors for assess- ment, 196

Queny, Thomas, 328
-, - - Johanna, wife of, formerly wife of Robert Brigge, 328

Quere, William, 271

Quinerit, Quinert, Simonet, 77, 99

Quyne, Thomas, 278

Quyntone, John, grocer, 42
-, - - Margery, wife of, formerly wife of Hugh Birches, 42

Qweldryk, John, 30

R

Rabet, Nicholas, 264

Racton, Thomas, 43

"Raghand," 21

Randes, Thomas, girdler, 389

Randolf, John, mercer, 393
-, - Michael, 140, 209, 283, 313
-, - - Elizabeth, daughter of, 209
-, - - John, son of, 209, 313
-, - - Margaret, daughter of, 209
-, - - Michael, son of, 209, 283

Rauf, Richard, cooper, 134
-, - William, 36, 238

Raulyn, Rawlyns, Richard, woollen- weaver, 41
-, - Richard, grocer, 369, 397

Raumpayne, Rampayne, William, 276, 277

Ray, John, 118

Reading, Parliament at, 368, 380

"Reasonable part," a widow's, 129

Rechemond, Henry, 29
-, - John, 29

Recorders:
-, Anne, Alexander, 194, 195, 207, 218, 219, 277
-, Billyng, Thomas, 332, 340, 348, 349, 350, 359, 361, 362, 366, 367
-, Bowes, John, 247, 250, 251, 261, 262
-, Cokayne, Thomas, 229
-, Danvers, Robert, 273, 275, 288, 299, 302, 309, 311, 315, 321, 322, 324, 326, 327, 328, 329
-, Fray, John, 1, 2, 13, 14, 31, 33, 42, 44, 45, 48, 56
-, Symond, John, 50, 61, 63, 64, 68, 78, 79, 84, 95, 102, 103, 112, 120, 123, 141, 146, 147, 163, 172, 182, 183, 184, 185, 193
-, Ursewik, Thomas, 370, 371, 381, 395, 399

Rede, John, 242, 245
-, - Richard, 143, 282
-, - Thomas, 98
-, - William, 150, 202, 309

Redeknape, William, 341

Redyng, Thomas, 148, 324

Reede, Stephen, 29

Refham, Richer de, 305

Rerysby, William, 119, 312

Rest, John, 322

"Rewe" (Rue), on the Somme, 190

Reyner, Thomas, 196, 391, 392

Reynes, John, 158

Reynham, R[ ], 306

Reynkyn, John, 400, 401

Reynold, Robert, 222
-, - William, 9, 268

Reynwelle, John, Ironmonger and Alderman, 1, 2, 13, 14, 31, 33, 36, 37, 38, 44, 46, 48, 54, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 115, 123, 146, 147, 161, 166, 172, 182, 183, 184, 193, 203, 204, 234, 241, 247, 250, 253, 261, 262, 270, 273, 275, 286, 288, 299, 300, 302, 309
-, - - elected M.P. for the City, 168n., 177; property in Calais, &c., devised to the City by, 322
-, - Thomas, 115
-, - - William, son of, 115

Ricard, Thomas, 202

Richard, John, 30

Riche, Ryche, Hugh, waxchandler, 227, 278
-, - John, 400
-, - - John, son of, 401
-, - - Katherine, dau. of, 400
-, - - Richard, son of, 400
-, - - Thomas, son of, 401
-, - Richard, 201, 252, 261, 279, 284, 355, 356, 357, 400

Richemond, Rychemond, John, "she- ther," 222
-, - John, cook, 99
-, - John, "poyntemaker," 389
-, - Thomas, 143

Richer, Thomas, "peynter," 75
-, - Thomas, 197

Rider, William, fishmonger, sent to France to buy corn for the City, 94; discharged from serving on juries, &c., for his services abroad, 100

Ridere, otherwise Gilmyn, Robert, 56

Riggis, John, 312

Rigman, Thomas, 134

Rikhill, Rykhill, John, 98, 150

Rikson, Richard, 388

Ring, loss of a signet, 167, 240, 308-9

Ripon, co. York, 279

Riseby, Thomas, 343

"Rislepe," co. Middlesex, manor of, the property of King's Coll., Cam- bridge, 384

Robelard, Thomas, 196

Roberd, John, 149

Robnette, Robinett, Thomas, cord- wainer, 30, 43, 202

Robynson, William, 385, 386, 388, 389

Robynys, John, 30

Rochford, Thomas, 236

Rodevile, William, 149

Rogers, William, 320

Rokesborugh, William, 42

Rokesle, John, 331

Rokysley, Simon, 305

Rolf, Henry, tailor, 77
-, - Simon, barber, 29, 97
-, - Simon, surgeon, 30
-, - Thomas, 134

Romayne, Thomas, 306

"Romeland," a postern called, 83

Romeney, John, his chantry in St. Botolph's, Aldgate, 111, 213

Romney wine condemned, 80-1

Roo, John, 252, 398
-, - - Alice, daughter of, wife of John Baker, 398
-, - - Anne, daughter of, 398
-, - - John, son of, 398
-, - - Katherine, daughter of, 398
-, - - Margaret, wife of, 398
-, - - Margaret, daughter of, wife of Henry Bumstede, 398
-, - - Richard, son of, 398
-, - - Robert, son of, 398
-, - - Thomas, son of, 398
-, - Stephen, capper, 29, 40, 59

Rook, Geoffrey, 312
-, - - Adam, son of, 312
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 312
-, - - Dionisia, dau. of, 312
-, - - Johanna, dau. of, 312
-, - - John, son of, 312
-, - - Thomas, son of, 312
-, - Richard, 337

Roos, John, 307
-, - Richard, mercer, 67
-, - - Richard, son of, 67

Ropley, John, 100

Rose, William, 367

"Roset," an obsolete term in con- nexion with the make of a girdle, 199

Rote, William, saddler, 384

Rothele, Rotheley, William, gold- smith, 333, 383, 393

Rothell, John, 143

Rouen, captured by the French, and recaptured by the English, 135

Rouley, John, 387
-, - Thomas, 387

Routhe, John, 196

Rowte, Route, Peter, 78, 140, 239

Roys, John, 96, 223
-, - - Margaret, wife of, formerly wife of William Walderne, 96, 223

Ruddok, Thomas, 142, 143, 144

Ruschebroke, John, chantry priest in church of St. Mary Somerset, 68, 69

Russe, Rus, Robert, 197
-, - William, Goldsmith and Alder- man, 102, 114, 116, 147, 161, 167, 172

Russell, John, of Cestone, co. Leic., 17, 20
-, - John, founder, 148, 222, 347
-, - John, appointed a Serjeant-at- mace, 312
-, - John, Common Hunt, 321
-, - Richard, 10
-, - Roger, 210
-, - Thomas, 257
-, - William, 100
-, - William, alias Ecton, 294

Russet, fur mixed with, 170

Russhetone, John, 297

Russon, William, 172

Rustone, William, 4, 113

Ryggewyk, William, 29

Ryggis, John, 281

Rykes, Thomas, mercer, 368

Ryles, Thomas, draper, 367

Ryngstede, John, 278
-, - - Alice, wife of, afterwards wife of Richard Gardener, 278
-, - - William, son of, 278

Rypley, Elizabeth, 378

Ryver, John, 257

S

Sabbe, Robert, 222

Sabyn, John, dyer, 58

Saddlers, Mistery of, its rivalry with the Fusters, 37; its charters, 37n; translation from, to community of Parish Clerks, 296

Sadiller, John, vintner, 29

St. Agnes without Aldersgate, parish of, 293

St. Alban, William de, 305

St. Augustine de Pappey, church of, 75

St. Bartholomew, Reginald Colyer, Prior of, 354

St. Bartholomew Fair, cloth exposed for sale at, to be under the sur- veillance of the Mayor, assisted by expert Shermen and Fullers, 259; agreements between the City and the Prior of St. Bartholomew's touching tolls at, 354-5

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, water conveyed by pipe to prisoners in Newgate from, 189; John Waker- yng, Master of, 202, 257

St. Benedict Shorhogge, parish of, 47

St. Botolph, Aldersgate, Richard Cawdray, Rector, his petition to the Mayor, &c., for a piece of land for enlargement of church of, 325-6

St. Botolph, Aldgate, church of, Romeney's chantry in, 111, 213; Roger Gubbe, chantry priest in, id.; John Tauntoft, do., id.

St. Botolph, Billingsgate, parish of, 81, 130

St. Bride, church, 17, 20, 21

St. Dunstan East, parish of, 13
-, - church of, Roger Keys, Rector of, 313

St. Germayn, Margaret, 32
-, - Thomasia, 32

St. Giles, Hospital of, 142, 306

St. Helen, Priory of, 251

St. James, H[ ], 306

St. John, John, 25
-, - John, "lynge armurer," 12, 39, 195, 211, 212, 223
-, - - Thomas, son of, 195, 211, 223
-, - John, clerk of the Chapel of St. Thomas on London Bridge, 263

St. Katherine, Hospital of, evidences of its being within the liberty of the City, 81-3

St. Leonard, Foster Lane, parish of, 154

St. Magnus, parish of, 56, 332

St. Margaret Patyns, church, Rectors of:
-, Bragge or Brak, Richard, 62
-, Giles, William, 62

St. Martin le Grand, free chapel of, exempt from the jurisdiction of the Ordinary, 155
-, - Canons of, summoned to abate a nuisance, 155; have no rights of infangtheof, 156
-, - Deans of:
-, Cawdray, Richard, 325
-, Ellefeld, Richard de, 155
-, Kirkham, Walter de, 151
-, - petition by Richard Cawdray, Dean of, for grant of a piece of land for the enlargement of the church of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, of which he was also Rector, 325-6
-, - sanctuary claimed for precinct of, 107, 151-60, 241-2, 243-6, 370-1; ordinances regulating the same, 392; writs of error in precinct of, 158, 159, 257; inhabitants share the City's burdens, 160

St. Martin, Ludgate, church of, William Downe, Rector of, 44; land for a belfry granted by the City, id.

St. Mary at Hill, parish, 21

St. Mary le Bow, Robert Coventre buried in church of, 273; parish of, 89, 105, 107

St. Mary Somerset, church of, chantry in, 68-9; John, Bishop of Dromore, Rector of, 69; a stew in parish of, 75

St. Mary, Southwark, Priory of, 15, 27

St. Mary Woolchurch, indenture of covenant between the Rector, &c., and the City touching obstruction of light in the house called "le Stokkys," 267-8, 272; parish of, 332

St. Michael, Cornhill, church of, chantries of John Leche in, 66; of Walter de Billyngham, 251; Henry Whitcherche, Rector of, 67

St. Michael; Crooked Lane, church of, 306

St. Michael le Quern, church, enlarge- ment of, 106; John Craas, Rector of, id.; new conduit near, 110; parish of, 153

St. Michael, Queenhithe, parish of, a stew in Parker's Lane, 75

St. Paul's, civic procession from St. Peter's, Cornhill, to, at Pentecost, 108, 310; Dean and Chapter of, lease of a City wharf in parish of St. Benedict to, 120; Henry Jolypas, Chamberlain of, loses his seal, 167; chantries of Henry de Guldeford in, 58, 122-3; of Roger Beyveyn, 60; of John Pulteney, 191; Dean and Chapter allowed to distrain lands, &c., charged by John Pulteney for pious uses, 239
-, - churchyard, chapel over the charnel house, founded in, 115, 373

St. Peter, Cornhill, church of, civic procession at Pentecost from, to St. Paul's, 108, 310; church of, ordinance touching presentation to, 310-11
-, - Rectors of:
-, Marchaunt, Thomas, 101
-, Whitby, John, 102
-, - land and tenements in parish of, leased to John Carpenter and his wife, 119, 294
-, - parish of, 129, 130, 294, 313

St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, parish of, 41

St. Sepulchre, parish of, 95

St. Swithin, church of, chantry founded by Roger Depham in, 120, 194

St. Thomas, chapel of, on London Bridge, 263, 290, 299

St. Thomas de Acon, House of, John Neel, Master, 86

St. Vedast, church of, Grantham's chantry in, 140

St. Vedast Lane, 154

Sale, Richard, cornmeter, 227

Salisbury (William Aiscough), Bishop of, 245

Salisbury (Thomas Montagu), Earl of, informs the City by letter of his captures abroad, 79; Richard (Nevill), Earl of, leads a force to France, 204

Salle, Richard, haberdasher, 142, 144

Salman, John, "malemaker," 38
-, - Michael, "steynour," 50
-, - Stephen, draper, 119
-, - Stephen, 378

Salter, John, 255

Salters, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 41, 222

Samer au bois, near Boulogne, 190

Sampsone, William, fishmonger, 115

Samptone, Stephen, 238
-, - - Alice, wife of, 238
-, - - Johanna, daughter of, wife of John Grenelane, 238

Sandone, Ralph, "shether," 52, 77

Sandwich, war ships of, unlawfully attack merchant ships of Zeeland in the Thames, 377-8; pillaged by French, 382
-, - port of, 205, 206

"Sappe" of wood, 89, 392

"Sarsynshede," in Fleet Street, 20

Sarum, Adam de, 156

Saunder, Richard, 372

Saundre, John, 134

Sauns, Saunz, Bertraund, 333, 374
-, - - Beatrix, dau. of, 333, 374
-, - - Jocosa, dau. of, wife of John Silvestre, 333, 374

Saunson, John, 256

Savy, John, 95

Saye, Ralph, 149

Saykyn, John, 71, 212, 213
-, - - Robert, son of, 212

Says, John, 140

Scarborogh, Scarburgh, John, 197
-, - John, skinner, 222
-, - William, vintner, 9, 196, 202
-, - William, 111, 211, 212

Scarlet, Simon, 257

Scavage, goods of foreign merchants seized for non-payment of, 167; report of the Mayor, &c., to the Lords Justices on the City's claim to exact, 174-6; merchants of Genoa refuse to pay, 252-3; the King s letters thereon, 303-4; arrangement touching payment of, by merchants of Genoa, 366; acquittance for pay- ment of, 367

Scavager (scawageator), office of, 114

"Scawage." See Scavage.

"Scawang." See Scavage.

Scowles, William, 305

Scot, Galiot, 385, 387, 388

Scot, Robert, 25
-, - Thomas, Draper and Alderman, 141, 149, 300, 315, 321, 322, 323, 324, 326, 327, 328, 329, 333, 340, 348, 349, 353, 354, 361, 362, 366, 367, 372, 380, 381, 383, 391, 392, 395, 396, 399

Scot and Lot, freemen living outside the City to partake of, 131; only contributors to, to enjoy the City franchise, 162; the same to dwell within the City, 163, 165; aliens contributing to, to be admitted to the freedom in full Husting, 165

Screveyn, John, 222

Scrope, Geoffrey le, 88, 156

"Scuage." See Scavage.

Seals or signet rings lost or stolen, 167-8, 239-40, 308-9

Sechford, Henry, 305

"Secollane," a stew kept in, 95

Segeford, John, 105

Segore, John, 65

Segrym', Richard, haberdasher or "hurer," 15, 40

Selowe, Thomas, 71

Sely, John, 306

Seman, Bartholomew, 188
-, - - Katherine, wife of, after- wards wife of Robert Oteley, 188
-, - Simon, Vintner and Alderman, 2, 13, 14, 31, 32, 33, 36, 37, 38, 42, 44, 48, 54, 56, 61, 63, 64, 71, 78, 80, 84, 102, 103, 112, 123, 147, 161, 167
-, - William, 97

Semy, Adam, 197

"Septer" (gaoler?), 322

Serche, Henry, 264

Serfs, gain freedom by residence within the City for a year and a day, 80

Sergeaunt, John, "armurer," 26

Serjeant of the Channel, to keep the streets clean, 5

Serjeants-at-Mace of the Mayor:
-, Andrew, William, 318
-, Asshe or Aisshe, John, 312, 403
-, Boner, Alexander, 12
-, Dounham, Thomas, 343, 353, 378, 403
-, Moyne, Laurence, 383
-, Russell, John, 312
-, Stork, William, 214, 318
-, Vernon, Ralph or Rawlyn, 12, 312, 313, 343, 353
-, West, John, 378
-, - three in number, permanently, 203; allowed suitable servants to attend them, 320

Serle, John, of Croydon, 7

"Serpentyne," 379n.

"Sesperals," 233, 356n.

"Seszein," a size or measure of a tissue used by girdlers, 198

Sevenoke, John, his election as Prior of Holy Trinity opposed on account of his immorality, 230; is present in Court, 250, 262, 300, 302
-, - William, Grocer and Alderman, 1, 2, 13, 14, 31, 33, 36, 37, 38, 42, 44, 48, 56, 235
-, - William, appointed a commis- sioner to investigate cases of treason, &c., 24

"Seventh hand," testimony by, 116, 117

Sevester, William, 368
-, - - Elizabeth, wife of, formerly wife of Roger Hawardyn, 368

Sewale, Henry, 166
-, - - Cristina, wife of, dau. of Ralph Blakelow, 166
-, - John, 144, 323, 324
-, - Simon, saddler, 36, 71

Seytone, Roger de, a Justice in Eyre, 154

Seyvance, William, 237

"Shaft" (Shast?) eel, 70n.

Shaklache, Ralph, 24

Shakstaf, John, 29

Shalborn, Richard, 142

Shapelford, William, 168

Sharesfeld, Thomas, 158

Sharpe, Hugh, 98
-, - "Jack," his rising, 128n.
-, - Roger, 24

Shawe, John, vintner, 179
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 180
-, - - Edmund, son of, 180
-, - - John, son of, 180
-, - - Philip, son of, a monk of Chertsey, 179

Sheathers. See Shethers.

Shedd, Robert, 215

Sheffeld, Edmund, 188, 191

Shelley, John, 341

Shene, William, "boteller" or "botel- maker," 15, 77, 210

"Sheregrinders," ordinance touching, 22-4

Sheriffs, election of, 1, 13, 31-2, 44, 54, 63, 78-9, 102, 112, 123, 172, 183, 207, 218, 219, 229, 247-8, 261, 273, 286, 299, 309, 315, 323, 326, 329, 340, 361, 370, 381, 391, 395, 399

Sheriffs:
-, Abbot, John, 78, 96, 97, 101, 169
-, Abraham, William, 323
-, Arnold, Robert, 54
-, Aubrey, Andrew, 157

Sheriffs:
-, Bemond, Thomas, 273
-, Bernewell, Thomas, 183
-, Bithewater, John, 32, 36, 37
-, Boleyn, Geoffrey, 315
-, Brokle, Brokley, John, 44, 55, 56
-, Broun, Stephen, 123, 139, 175
-, Cantlowe, William, 326
-, Canynges, Thomas, 329
-, Catworth, Thomas, 193
-, Chaltone, Thomas, 172, 178
-, Chapman, William, 217, 218
-, Chartesey, Walter, 112, 114, 123
-, Cloptone, Robert, 193
-, Combmartyn, Henry de, 156
-, Combys, William, 261
-, Cook, Thomas, 359, 361
-, Derby, John, 309, 312
-, Dere, Deer, William, 332, 333
-, Duffhous, Thomas, 78-9, 96, 97, 101
-, Dyke, Hugh, 219, 220, 229
-, Edward, William, 391, 392
-, Ely, Robert de, 156, 157
-, Estfeld, William, 1
-, Eyre, Simon, 183, 184
-, Feld, John, 366, 367
-, Feldyng, Geoffrey, 309, 312
-, Forster, Stephen, 299
-, Fraunceys, Simon, 156
-, Frowyk, Henry, 63
-, Gregory, William, 207, 208
-, Hales, William, 217, 218, 219
-, Harewode, Thomas de, 156
-, Hatherle, Atherle, John, 123, 139, 175
-, Higham, Hyham, John, 54, 61
-, Holand, Holland, Ralph, 102, 114
-, Horne, Robert, 315
-, Hulyn, William, 329
-, Jamys, Nicholas, 13
-, Josselyn, Ralph, 395
-, Large, Robert, 112
-, Lee, Richard, 359
-, Lynge, John, 172, 178
-, Malpas, Philip, 229, 231, 241, 244, 247
-, Marchall, Robert, 229, 231, 241, 244
-, Marowe, William, 326
-, Melreth, Milreth, William, 44, 50, 55, 56
-, Middeltone, John, 332, 333
-, Mokkyng, John, 157
-, Morstede, Thomas, 207, 208
-, Nedeham, Richard, 395
-, Nordorn, Richard, 274
-, Norman, John, 286
-, Olneye, John, 146, 150, 161, 167, 175

Sheriffs:
-, Ottele, Robert, 63
-, Oulegreve, Thomas, 370, 372
-, Oxon', John de, 156
-, Pattesle, John, 150, 161, 167, 175
-, Philip, Matthew, 340, 341
-, Plomer, John, 399
-, Pykman, Andrew, 158
-, Reyner, Thomas, 391, 392
-, Russe, William, 102, 114
-, Ryche, Richard, 261
-, Sarum, Adam de, 156
-, Scot, Thomas, 323
-, Seman, Simon, 32, 36, 37
-, Steward, John, 377, 378, 381, 383, 384
-, Stokker, John, 399
-, Sutton, John, 248, 253
-, Taillour, William, 366, 367
-, Tatersall, Robert, 1
-, Verney, Ralph, 377, 378, 381, 383, 384
-, Walden, John, 359, 361
-, Wandesford, Thomas, 13
-, Warter, Christopher, 340, 341
-, Wetenhale, William, 247, 253
-, Wiche, Wyche, Hugh, 299
-, Wyfold, Nicholas, 286
-, Wynchecombe, Symon, 76
-, Yonge, John, 370, 372
-, Yoo, Yeo, Nicholas, 219

Sheriffs, not to be returned to Parlia- ment, 12, 40, 92, 100, 139, 168, 190, 304; delay in bringing in a Sheriff's rolls, 76; petition by, to Common Council, to be indemnified for arresting a soldier who had sought refuge in St. Martin le Grand, 241-3; to provide custodians of the gate of Newgate and Ludgate at their own expense, 243; Under- Sheriffs not to be removable, but to continue in office during good be- haviour, 257; their Serjeants to be men of good name and fame, 345-6

Sheriffs' Compters, to receive Newgate prisoners whilst a new gaol is build- ing, 39; commissions for gaol- delivery of, 39, 49; Keepers of, to provide their prisoners with coal and ale at prices prescribed, 183

Sheriffs' Court, Richard Lovell ad- mitted an Attorney in, 350; Thomas Chambre, do., 369-70

Shermen, Richard, 78

Shermen, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 15, 30, 78, 98, 143, 232; translations to, from that of Fullers, 179, 202

"Shermen sheres," ordinance touch- ing, 22-24

"Shesterfield" (Chesterfield), co. Derby, 103

Shethers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 52, 77, 222, 232, 256

Shilley, John, 368

Shippere, William, hosteler, 76

Shipwrights, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 78, 143, 149

Shirborne, John, King's Coroner, 156, 157
-, - Robert, draper, 224

Shirwinde, Shirwynd, Thomas, 196, 320

Sholdham, Guy, 9, 201

Shopman, John, 378

Short, John, 360

Shrubbe, Thomas, 297

Sienna, a Synod held at, 145

Silkestone, Ralph, 71

"Silkwoman," "Sylkewoman," 86, 208

Silkwomen, statute protecting their industry, 380

Silvestre, John, 374
-, - - Jocosa, wife of, daughter of Bertrand Saunz, 374

Simond, William, 343

Skelton, Edward, 387

"Skewyd," furs mixed with, 170

Skinners, Mistery of, false furs pre- sented by Wardens of, 89, 170; Master and Wardens to exercise the right of search, 170; Masters sworn, 222, 256

Skynnard, Ralph, 63, 71, 79, 118
-, - - Elizabeth, wife of, 118
-, - - Elizabeth, daughter of, 118
-, - - Henry, son of, 118
-, - - William, son of, 118

Skynner, William, 323

Smithfield, West, 297

Smiths (Fabri), Mistery of, Masters sworn, 30; translation from, to that of Tailors, 214

Smyth, John, 40, 41, 97
-, - Robert, 25
-, - Simon, 397
-, - Thomas, 149, 320

Snadenham, Richard, 30

Snappe, John, skinner, 52

Snell, Robert, 256

Snersland, Thomas, 396

Snowdon, Richard, 393, 394

"Sobbery" (Sodbury, co. Glouc.), 156

Somerfeld, Matthew, 24

Somertone, John, 246

Somervile, Hugh, skinner, 89, 118

Soper, Hugh, 134

Southfolk, John, 10

Southwark, bread made in, not to be retailed in the City, 247n.; the Wardens of the Fishmongers allowed to hold a certain amount of land, &c., in, 225

Southwark, Prior of, 306

Southwell, Suthwell, Thomas, "bachelor" in medicines, 11, 41

"Sowreour," a baker's journeyman, his duties described, 265-6

Spaldyng, Simon, 92
-, - William, 30, 98, 202, 232

Spark, Sparke, Henry, 65
-, - John, 39
-, - William, tailor, 8
-, - William, 305

Spayne, Ralph, tapicer, 12, 49, 98, 222, 257
-, - Robert, tapicer, 222
-, - Thomas, tapicer, 49, 148

Speleman, Stephen, City Chamber- lain, 52, 109

Spene, John, 232

Spenser, John, 64
-, - - Margaret, wife of, formerly wife of Laurence Van Gelder, 64
-, - John, brewer or taverner, 93, 98
-, - John, tailor and linen-armourer, 337
-, - Richard, 26
-, - Walter, 256

Sperham, John, 212

Sperhauke, William, grocer, 58

Spicer, otherwise Tonge, Roger, Com- mon Clerk of the City, 350. See also Spycer.

Spicer, Thomas, 59
-, - William, 43, 246

Spinula, Amphrion, of Janua, 169, 176

"Spones" of wood, 299n.

Sporiers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 14, 43

Spray, John, 305

Sprenger, Laurence, 294

Spycer, Roger, an annuity granted to, 311. See also Spicer.

Spyre, Philip, 341
-, - - Philip, son of, 341

Squyry, Robert, 150

Stace, Geoffrey, 88
-, - - Agnes, wife of, formerly wife of Walter de Westhale, 88
-, - - Laurence his man, 88
-, - Thomas, 88

"Stache," "Stage," unseasoned fur called, 89

Stacioners, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 257. See also Limners.

Stacy, Richard, 26

Stacy, Thomas, Knt., 77
-, - - Richard, son of, 77

Stafford, William, 229

Stainers, Mistery of. See Steynours.

Stakkendene, Stalkenden, John, 84, 196, 209

Stalbrok, Thomas, 196

Stalkenden. See Stakkendene.

Stamford, Staumford, John, 53, 78

Stapill, Richard, 188

"Staples" (Etaples), the town burnt, 190

Staresmore, Symon, 360

Stationers. See Stacioners.

Statutes, of Labourers, to be observed by masons, 45-6; of Winchester, 57, 59; for preservation of the peace, 57, 58

Staundon, John, 209
-, - Thomas, 273
-, - William, grocer, 34n., 42, 51
-, - - Agnes, wife of, afterwards wife of Sir William Porter, Knt., 42
-, - - "Elizabet," dau. of, 42

Staunton, Hervey de, a Justice in Eyre, 155
-, - Thomas, 279

Stele, Style, Thomas, 279

Stephen, Robert, tailor, 372
-, - William, 212

Stephens, John, 378

Sterne, Simon, 143

Steven, Thomas, 78

Stevens, William, 224

Stevyn, John, 30

Steward, John, Sheriff, 377, 378, 381, 383, 384

Stews, in Parkerislane, 75; at Broken- wharf, id.; for women, locality not specified, 76; in Secollane and at Venner's Wharf, 95

Steyd, William, 278

Steynours, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 29, 97, 149 257; translation to, from that of Painters, 121-2

Stichemersch, Stephen, 273, 281, 312

"Stobel eel," 70

Stockwell, John, 324, 325

Stode, Robert, son of William Cramp- horne, takes sanctuary in St. Martin le Grand, 156

Stodeley, Edmund, 215
-, - William, 144

Stodell, William, 257

Stoke, Ralph, admitted to the freedom in the "office" of Attorneys, 61

Stokes, Ralph, grocer, 297

"Stokfisshmonger," Mistery of, 124

Stokker, John, draper, 224, 312, 323, 372, 373, 399, 401

Stokker, Robert, draper, 373
-, - - John, son of, 373
-, - - Petronilla, daughter of, 373
-, - - Robert, son of, 373
-, - - William, son of, 373

"Stokkes," le, tenement called, the property of London Bridge, 180, 332; its light not to be obstructed by rebuilding of the church of St. Mary Woolchurch, 267-8; indenture of covenant thereon, 272

Stoktone, John, 217

Stokwell, John, 99, 222

Stonard, Edmund, 359

Stone, John, joiner, 144
-, - John, skinner, 393, 394
-, - John, 197
-, - John, tailor, loses his signet ring, 308-9
-, - Thomas, 149

Stork, William, a Serjeant-at-mace 318

Stormorth, John, 69

Stountone, William, 397

Stourtone, John, senior, 16

Stowe, John, 389
-, - Richard, 197, 282

"Strangers," as distinct from "foreins" and "denizens," 351n.

Strangways, James, a Justice, 140, 185

Stranxhill, Straunxhill, William, 273, 298

Stratford, Robert, fishmonger, 41

Stratton, Augustine, 300, 307, 320

Strayngham, Robert, 400

Streets to be kept clean as formerly, 297

Streme, John, tailor, 373

Strete, Ralph, 273
-, - Simon, grocer, Keeper of the Common Beam, 221

Streynesham, John, 85

Strodelle, Thomas, 307

Strother, Robert, 352

Stucle, Nicholas, Knt., 70
-, - - Agnes, wife of, formerly wife of Thomas Mountgomery, 70

"Stulps" (posts) in Southwark, 2

Sturgeon, John, mercer, 201, 212, 219, 230, 248, 261, 280, 300, 307, 329, 368
-, - - City Chamberlain, 332, 339, 340, 341, 343, 352, 354, 361
-, - Richard, Clerk of the Crown, 297

Stygan, Matthew, 202

Style, John, vintner, 51
-, - John, 196
-, - Thomas, 201. See also Stele.

Stystede, John, 231

Styward, John, chandler, 372

Subsidies, to be levied, 5, 106, 111, 112, 122, 131, 147, 160, 211, 212, 238, 250; those refusing to con- tribute to be imprisoned, 15; charged on every knight's fee, 133; com- missioners appointed for assessing, 195; names of jurors for above assessment, 196-7; collectors ap- pointed, 239; allowance out of, for impoverished Wards, 177, 239, 240-1

"Suette de prisone," 126n.

Suffolk, William (De la Pole), Earl of, leads a force to France, 204

Sumbreshede, Suntbreshete, John, "comensour" in medicines, 11, 41

Sunday observance, ordinances touch- ing, 10-11, 293

Surgeons, a joint College with Physicians, 11
-, - Mistery or Faculty of, Masters sworn, 30, 98, 143, 222

Surgery, Surveyors of, sworn, 15
-, - Masters of, in the Mistery of Barbers, recover their independence, 36-7

Surrey, inhabitants of, object to charter granting soil of the Thames to the City, 298

Suthe, Thomas, 149

Suthwell. See Southwell.

Sutton, Alan de, 305
-, - John, Goldsmith and Alderman, 45, 84, 203, 219, 220, 231, 234, 239, 241, 248, 250, 251, 253, 254, 261, 262, 273, 275, 288, 300, 302, 311, 315, 321, 322, 323, 324, 326, 327, 328, 329
-, - John, junior, 130, 184
-, - Richard, 25
-, - Thomas, tailor, 70
-, - Thomas, 120
-, - William, 24

"Swagers," 66n.

Swan, John, 179
-, - William, draper, 312, 372
-, - - Agnes, wife of, formerly wife of Geoffrey Rook, 312

"Swan," le, tenement called, in parish of St. Sepulchre, 188, 189

Swans kept by poulterers, 289

Swetecok, William, 62

Swetman, Henry, 160

Swetyng, John, "plummer," 75
-, - William, 148

Swift, William, 134

Swordbearers:
-, Pencriche, John, 270
-, Power, Richard, 270, 314, 320

Swyft, Juliana, 178

Sygor, John, 196

Sylam, Sir John, presented to Depham's chantry in Guildhall Chapel, 385

Symmes, William, 66, 188

Symond, Edmund, mason, 76, 97
-, - John, City Recorder, 50, 61, 63, 64, 68, 78, 79, 84, 95, 102, 103, 112, 120, 123, 133, 141, 146, 147, 163, 172, 182, 183, 184, 185, 193
-, - John, 211, 213
-, - - Katherine, wife of, formerly wife of Richard Crawley, 211
-, - John, a Commissioner for gaol- delivery of Newgate, 140
-, - William, Serjeant of the channels from Temple Bar to the Tower, 246

Syon, monastery of, 118

Syriche, John, 309

T

Taillour, Taylour, John, pouchmaker, 98, 149
-, - Nicholas, 388
-, - Richard, 387, 38
-, - Robert, 387
-, - Simon, 29, 122
-, - Thomas, 40, 60
-, - Walter, 134, 325
-, - William, Grocer and Alderman, 300, 348, 366, 367, 369, 395, 398-9, 401

Tailors, not to interfere with Drapers in search of woollen cloth and of measures called "metyerdes," 259
-, - Mistery of, the Master, &c., to have the right of search pursuant to letters patent, 260; the right re- voked as being prejudicial to the City's rights, 260-1; translations from, to that of Drapers, 224, 310; translations to, from that of Smiths, 214

Tailors and Linen-armourers, Mistery of, ordinances approved, 337-8; aliens not to be employed by mem- bers, 338

Takeneswell, Walter, 41

Talbot, John, mercer, 9, 212

Talbroke, Thomas, 223

Tallow-chandlers, Mistery of, the Masters and Wardens allowed one third of fines and forfeitures for de- faults discovered by them, 62; trans- lation to, from that of Flecchers, 267

Talworth, William, Bailiff of the Thames, 13, 133

Tamworth, John, 393

Tanner, John, scrivener, 75
-, - William, 305

Tanners' Seld on the north side of the Guildhall, 227; to be removed, 285-6

Tapestry, weavers of, 150

Tapicers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 41, 97, 98, 148, 222, 257

"Tappehous," le, in old Newgate prison, 126

"Tarrage," 377n.

Tasse, Henry, 107

Tassell, John, 276, 277

Tate, John, Knt., 321, 349, 400, 401

Tatersalle, Robert, Draper and Alder- man, 2, 13, 14, 31, 33, 36, 37, 38, 44, 48, 54, 56, 61, 63, 64, 78, 80, 84, 95
-, - - elected Sheriff, 1

Tauntoft, Sir John, chantry priest in St. Botolph's, Aldgate, 111

Taverner, Hamond, 30
-, - William, 140, 196, 224, 236, 281

Taverners, &c., hours to be kept by, 118

Taverners (Brewers?), Mistery of, translation to, from that of Iron- mongers, 280

Tawk, William, 149

Tax, a graduated, on income, 196-7; on aliens, 236, 259, 270, 368

Taylour. See Taillour.

"Tenche," ordinance touching sale of, 70

Terry, Guy, baker, 63

Tetenale, John, 16, 24

"Teveresham" (co. Cambr.), 86

Tewe, Robert, 150

Text-writers, Mistery of, translation from, to that of Drapers, 51; to that of Parish Clerks, 296; Masters sworn, 232. See also Court-letter, writers of.

Text-writers and Limners, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 53

"Teynt," a wine, 377

Thames, the, lamprons caught in, 6; its banks to be kept free from dirt, &c., 297
-, - William Talworth, Bailiff of, 13; retires on a pension and John Houghton appointed in his place, 133; William Veyse appointed at the King's request loco Houghton, 302-3; Bailiff to have a Serjeant to assist him, 182; Ivo Machon ap- pointed valet to, 380

Thornbury, Richard, 223

Thornhill, William, 252, 353
-, - - William, son of, 353

Thorntone, Thorndone, Thomas, Draper, City Chamberlain, 237, 350, 366, 367, 368, 369, 370, 372, 374, 379, 383, 395, 398, 399, 401

Thorpe, John, cook, 210
-, - John, of Harwich, 306

Throkmerton, John, a Commissioner for assessment, 195

"Throwesters" of silk, 380

Thundre, Thomas, clerk, dismissed from office for forging a document, 308

Thurlade, John, 30

Thurston, 385, 386, 388, 390

Tikhyll, Thomas, 127

Tilbury, merchant ships of Zeeland unlawfully attacked near, 377-8

Timbermonger. See "Tymbermonger."

Tin, brought for sale to the City, a fourth part to be allowed the Wardens of the Pewterers at current price, 296; to be assayed by the said Wardens, id.; to be brought to the common weigh-house places before sale, 342-3

Tirell, Tyrell, Thomas, 95, 331, 366

"Tirlet," an obsolete term in con- nexion with the make of a girdle, 199

Tirwhit, Trewhit, Robert, a Com- missioner for gaol-delivery of New- gate, 7, 18, 39

"Tissue," 246n.

"Tixtwrites." See Text-writers and Limners.

Toky, John, 222

Tolle, Richard, 320

Toller, Nicholas, 222, 343

Tonard, John, baker, charged with selling loaves deficient in weight, 56

Tonge, otherwise Spicer,. Roger, Common Clerk of the City, 350, 382; Clerk for recognizances of debts under the Statute of Acton Burnel, 373

Tonnage and Poundage, subsidy of, 51

Topcliff, John, 232

Totewell, John, 360

Totyng, Andrew, stockfishmonger, 51

Tounland, William, 227

Towcet, William, 98

Tower of London, John, Earl of Huntingdon, Constable of the, 25; escape of John Mortymer from, id.; the Iter of 1321 held at, 82; situate within the liberty of the City, 81-3
-, - Constables of:
-, Sandwich, Ralph de, 82
-, Westone, John de, 82

Tower Hill, 83

Tower Royal, 385, 387, 389

Tower Ward, jurors for assessment of, 197

Towtyng, Andrew, 103

Trafford, John, 373.

Treason, &c., Commissioners appointed to investigate cases of, 24, 25

Trebolaunce, Henry, 257

Trendeler, John, 52, 149

Trespyn, Henry, 308

"Treszein," a size or measure of tissue used by girdlers, 198

Trewhit. See Tirwhit.

Trewlove, Robert, 26

Trewynard, John, 397

Treynell, Thomas, 217

Trille, Thomas, 285

Trillowe, John, 234

"Trippeswelle," 314

Tristram, Thomas, 248

"Troches" of pearl, 308

Tron. See Common Beam.

Tropenell, John, 25
-, - William, 25
-, - William, 147
-, - - Katherine, wife of, 147
-, - - Thomas, son of, 147
-, - - William, son of, 147

"Troynovant," the City of London called, 153

"Trumpesalers," 379n.

Trumpyngton, William, 43. See also Fulby.

Trymnell, Trimnell, John, mercer, a Warden of London Bridge, 1, 32, 79
-, - William, mercer, 13, 27, 44, 54, 63, 102, 107, 112, 180

"Trynkes," assize of, 6-7; to be removed from the Thames, &c., 31

Tunstall, Thomas, Knt., takes forces to France, 128

Turbelvyle, David, of co. Glouc., 9

Turk, Richard, 304

Turners, foreign, charged with making measures of green wood, 193; to sell their wares in a house under the Mayor's Court, 193-4
-, - Mistery of, Wardens to have the right of search, 193

Turnham, William, draper, 374

Turnour, John, 97
-, - William, 143

Twene, Edmund, 45

Twichener, Richard, 149

Twyer, Elias, 67, 119
-, - William, 67, 173

Twygge, Thomas, 10

Twyner, John, 95

Tybourne, the City's works at, 314; agreement between the City and the executors of William Estfeld for conveyance of water to the City from, 355-7

Tyce, John, 339
-, - - John, son of, 339

Tykerych, Richard, 324, 325

Tyler, John, Common Hunt, 321

Tylers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 256

"Tymberhawe," le, a close called, 119

"Tymbermonger," Mistery of, 124

Tyndale, John, 148, 209

Tyngelden, John, 331

Tynkildene, John, 292

Typertone, Thomas, 158

Tyrell, Thomas, Knt., 393, 394. See also Tirell.

Tyse, John, Assayer at the Tower, 113

U

Underhill, William, 222

Undirhelde, Thomas, 30

Uphaveryng, John, 256

Upholders, Mistery of, translation from, to that of Pewterers, 235

Usury, proclamation against, 374

Ursewik, Thomas, Common Serjeant and Recorder, 359, 370, 371, 372, 381, 385, 391, 392, 395, 399

V

Vache, John (de), 223, 262

Valdrian, Eustace, 41

Valentyn, John, 40, 59, 97, 320

Valois, Charles de, afterwards Charles VII. of France, 100

Vampage, John, 186

Van Dyst, Gyse, 324
-, - - William, son of, 324

Vanelly, Frank, of "Lucha," 114

Vangeel, Segar, 30

Van Gelder, Laurence, 64
-, - - Margaret, wife of, after- wards wife of John Spenser, 64
-, - - Thomas, son of, 64

Vanne, John, brewer, 48, 49
-, - - John, son of, 48
-, - - Katherine, wife of, 49
-, - - Thomas, son of, 48

Venice, a pound of Venetian gold to weigh the same as a pound of Cyprus or Janua, 62

Venkyll, Henry, 256

"Venureswharf," parish of St. Mary Somerset, 95

"Vermeil on Perche" (Verneuil), victory over the French at, 31

Verneuil. See Vermeil.

Verney, Ralph, Mercer and Alderman, 329, 395, 399, 401
-, - - Sheriff, 377, 378, 381, 383, 384
-, - Ralph, a Serjeant-at-mace, 12, 203, 312, 313

Vessels made of sappy wood burnt, 392, 393

Veyse, William, admitted Water- bailiff loco John Houghtone, 303

Veysy, William, Searcher of "Bere- brewers," 270

Vicory, Walter, 17, 20

Victuallers not to sell victuals on Sunday except under necessity, 293

"Viewers" sworn, 276

Vigerous, Nicholas, 305

Vigils, double, 11n.

Vintners, not to keep their houses open after 9 P.M. during the sitting of Parliament, 15; scrutineers of Mis- tery of, 80

Vintry Ward, John Hylton, Beadle of, 77; assessment of, 196

Vulre, Gervase le, one of the King's French secretaries, 380

Vyaunt, John, 323

Vyncent, Richard, 196, 305

"Vyncent Boys" (Bois de Vincennes), Henry V. dies at, 2

Vyns, Robert, 99

W

Wade, Geoffrey, 257

Waits. See City Waits.

Wakeley alias Brokford, John, 379

Wakeryng, John, Master of the Hos- pital of St. Bartholomew, 202, 257

Walbrook Ward, jurors for assessment of, 196; Simon Eyre elected Alder- man of, 300

Waldene, John, Grocer and Alderman, 229, 262, 292, 349, 359, 361, 370, 372, 381, 391, 395, 399, 401

Walderne, William, Mercer and Alder- man, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 20, 22, 37, 61, 202, 214
-, - William, mercer, 2, 47, 59, 96, 194, 222
-, - - Agnes, daughter of, 47
-, - - Elianora, daughter of, wife of Richard de la Feld, 47, 223
-, - - Margaret, wife of, after- wards wife of John Roys, 47, 96, 194
-, - - Richard, son of, 47, 96, 194
-, - - William, son of, 47
-, - William, appointed a Commis- sioner to investigate cases of treason, &c., 24

Waldeyn, John, 329

Waleys, William, 209

Wally, John, merchant of Amiens, 52

Walpole, Adam de, 306
-, - John, vintner, 188
-, - John, "bracier," 284
-, - - Agnes, wife of, afterwards wife of Godard Pulham, 285
-, - - Alice, daughter of, 284
-, - - Anne, daughter of, 284
-, - - John, son of, 284
-, - - Margaret, daughter of, 284
-, - - Thomas, son of. 284

Walssha, Walshaw, John, Draper and Alderman, 378, 380, 395, 397, 399

Walsshe, John, 237
-, - Nicholas, 397

Walsyngham, Thomas, vintner, 229, 279, 355, 356, 357; elected Alder- man of Castle Baynard Ward, but discharged in consideration of his glazing the east window of the Guildhall, 109
-, - Thomas, a Commissioner for assessment, 51, 195

Walter, John, pouchmaker, 29, 121
-, - - Alice, wife of, afterwards wife of William Newham, 121
-, - - Matilda, daughter of, 121
-, - Nicholas, 149

Waltham, John, 60
-, - Richard, text-writer, 49

Waltham, Abbey of, Henry VI. at, 245

Waltham Holy Cross, certain Canons of, arrested within the sanctuary of St. Martin le Grand, 106-7, 152- 159; the City's defence of its action, 152-60

Walton, Robert, 26
-, - - Elena, wife of, formerly wife of William Fitzhugh, 26
-, - William, 84, 140, 338

Wandesford, Wannesford, Thomas, Mercer and Alderman, 13, 45, 50, 54, 55, 56, 63, 64, 95, 103, 112, 123, 147, 161, 167, 171, 172, 177, 182, 184, 203, 207, 219, 220, 229, 231, 241, 247, 250, 262, 275, 288, 300, 302, 309, 311

Warbilton, Werbelton, Richard, 147, 229, 271, 272, 281, 312

Warde, William, 150, 202

Wardmotes, precepts for, 5, 19, 36, 48, 59, 65, 87, 105, 117, 128, 160, 194, 215
-, - members of Common Council to be elected in December Wardmotes, 19, 36, 48, 59, 65, 87, 105, 117, 160, 194, 215

Wardmotes, amercements for not at- tending, to be devoted partly to pro- viding ladders, &c., in case of fire, 181

Wards, the City parishes set out in their respective, 71-5; officers of, to take surety of suspect persons, 132; names of jurors for assessment of graduated income tax, 196-7; apportionment of allowance out of subsidy to impoverished, 177, 239, 240-1

Ware, John, 306

Warer, Henry, 385, 387

Warmyngton, Edward, 262

Warner, John, 256, 322
-, - Nicholas, 195
-, - - John, son of, 195
-, - - Thomas, son of, 195
-, - Robert, 77, 114
-, - - Margaret, wife of, formerly wife of David Galganet, 77

Warter, Christopher, Skinner and Alderman, 227, 248, 337, 340, 341, 348, 349, 354, 359, 361, 362, 367, 370, 372, 381, 383, 391

Warvyle, Thomas, 173

Warwyk, Thomas, 4, 95

Waryn, John, 324

Wasshburn, John, mercer, 58, 63

Wastell, Simon, 40, 59

Watch, Midsummer, precept for keep- ing, 28, 40, 51, 60, 69, 96, 109, 117, 141, 217

Watch and Ward, precept for, at Christmas, 318

Water brought from Paddington to the City, 233, 355-7

Water-bailiffs. See Thames.

Watsone, Robert, appointed collector of rents appertaining to London Bridge, 238

Wattes, John, 309

Waver, co. Warwick, 309n.

Waver, Henry, 399
-, - William, 309

Wax of Poland, 46

Wax-chandlers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 29, 41, 98, 149, 222

Way, John, 167

Waynflete, William, Bishop of Win- chester, 382

Wayte, Simon, 40, 59, 97

Weavers, Mistery of, translation from, to that of Haberdashers, 142, 348; to that of Drapers, 176; foreign weavers and clothworkers not to be compelled to become members of, 150, 167; journeymen not to take part in election of Wardens of, 290

Weavers, foreign, to elect two searchers, &c., 253; ordinances of, 254
-, - Mistery of, Masters sworn, 256

Webbe, John, 257

Weche, John, 337

Wedyng, William, 86
-, - - John, son of, 86

Wedyngton, Robert, 71

Weights and Measures, statutes, &c., touching, 184, 192; the Mayor refuses to take oath to observe the same, 185-6; standard preserved in the City, 185, 192, 193

Wellam, Reginald, draper, 67

Welles, Wellys, John, Grocer and Alderman, 1, 2, 12, 13, 14, 25, 31, 33, 36, 37, 38, 44, 48, 54, 56, 63, 78, 80, 84, 102, 103, 112, 123, 127, 131, 132, 133, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 146, 161, 167, 172, 175, 179, 182, 183, 184, 193, 203, 210, 219, 220, 229, 231, 234, 241, 247, 250, 253, 254, 261, 262, 270
-, - - M.P. for the City, 12, 40n., 61n., 168n., 177
-, - John, joiner, 53
-, - John, mercer, 65
-, - Richard, 30, 97
-, - Symon, 87
-, - Thomas, 282
-, - Thomas, blacksmith, 149
-, - Thomas, draper, 384
-, - William, 222

Wellom, Richard, Master of the Cutlers, 226

Werbelton. See Warbilton.

Werk, John, 140, 196

West, Giles, 171, 197
-, - John, 67, 97, 148
-, - Nicholas, 41
-, - William, 43

Westbury, William, a Justice, 140, 185

West Chepe, a cross to be erected to serve as a water standard, 292

Westminster, Abbot and Convent of, grant licence to bring water to the City from their manor of Pad- dington, 233

Westone, John, capper, 60, 222
-, - John, of co. Southampton, 129
-, - John, 209
-, - - Agnes, wife of, daughter of William Marwe, 209
-, - Richard de, 158
-, - - Roisia, wife of, 158
-, - Thomas, 130
-, - William, draper, 45, 54
-, - William, 71

West Smithfleld, the "White Bull" in, 310

Westyerd, John, vintner, 8

Wetenhale, Wetnale, John, Grocer and Alderman, 183, 207, 218, 219, 220, 229, 231, 234, 247, 250, 251, 253, 254, 261, 262, 270, 275, 286, 288, 300, 302, 310, 311, 313, 315, 321, 324, 327, 328, 329, 331, 332, 333
-, - William, collector of subsidy, 239
-, - William, late Warden of London Bridge, his accounts questioned, 248; auditors appointed, id.; re- imbursement of his expenses whilst Warden of London Bridge, 332

Weymouth, John, 140

Whaplode, Richard, 378
-, - Robert, 25

Whateley, John, mercer, 27, 58, 63

Whattone, John, 32, 85
-, - - Agnes, wife of, 32

Whelere, John, of Sandwich, 97

Whelpele, Robert, 308

Whitbarn, William, 222

Whitby, John, Rector of St. Peter's, Cornhill, 102

Whitcherche, Henry, Rector of St. Michael, Cornhill, 67

White, Whyte, John, Warden of Mis- tery of Turners, 193, 294
-, - John, executor of Richard Whit- yngton, 19, 39
-, - John, timbermonger, 328
-, - Richard, currier, 30, 77
-, - Richard, baker, 263, 360
-, - Thomas, 354
-, - - Katherine, daughter of, 354
-, - Thomas, armourer, 30
-, - Thomas, coal-meter, 78
-, - Thomas, "corsour," 213
-, - Thomas, 129, 284
-, - William, goldsmith, 294
-, - William, of Ireland, 158

Whitebarowe, William, 232

White bread. See Bread.

Whitebrede, Thomas, 308
-, - Walter, 323
-, - William, 323

"White Bull," the, in West Smith- field, 310

Whitehed, Robert, 222
-, - Simon, 277

"Whitehew," a baker's journeyman, his duties described, 265

Whitehode, John, 224

Whitetawyers in Southwark and Bermondsey to pay for their lot to the Chamberlain, and not to the Sheriff, 353

Whitsuntide, processions, 108, 310

Whityng, John, brewer, 75

Whityngham, Robert, Draper and Alderman, 1, 2, 14, 25, 32, 44, 54, 56, 112, 123, 147, 167, 172, 182, 184
-, - - Commissoner for assess- ments, 195

Whityngtone, Richard, Mercer and Alderman, 1, 2, 39, 76, 115, 119
-, - - his executors to pull down Newgate and build another gaol, 19, 39, 49, 108, 188; to control the Guildhall Library, 53; grant of land by executors of, for enlarging the high street of Bassishaw, id.

Whyte. See White.

Wiche, Wyche, Henry, 256, 323
-, - Hugh, Mercer and Alderman, 113, 180, 186, 207, 223, 251, 262, 280, 299, 353, 386, 395, 399, 401
-, - - Johanna, wife of, formerly wife of Robert Colbroke, 180
-, - William, fishmonger, 353

Widihale, Wedyhale, Withihale, John, 207, 218, 237
-, - - Constance, daughter of, 237
-, - - Elizabeth, wife of, 237
-, - - John, son of, 237
-, - - Reginald, son of, 237
-, - - Simon, son of, 237
-, - Richard, goldsmith, 67, 84, 237, 292
-, - - Alice, wife of, 84, 237, 292
-, - - Custance, daughter of, 237
-, - - Elizabeth, wife of, 237
-, - - John, son of, 67, 84, 237, 292
-, - - Simon, son of, 237
-, - - Thomas, son of, 67, 84, 237, 292
-, - - Thomas, brother of, 237

Widyngtone, Robert, 1, 2, 13, 14, 33, 44

Wigode, Hugh, 232

Wikes, Wykes, John, senior, 277
-, - John, junior, 277
-, - Richard, 277

Wikman, William, 397

Wilby, Wylby, John, 173, 230

Wilkes, John, draper, 393, 394

William I. confirms grant of the soke of the Knightengild to the Priory of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, 81; his two charters to the City, 90-1, 153; his charter to the church of St. Martin le Grand, 151n., 152

William, John, 197, 202, 224

Wills, fines for enrolment of, to be devoted to the building of the new Guildhall Chapel, 181; the same to be doubled for payment of the City's debts, 292

Wilshire, Ralph, 24

Winchelsea, port of, 15, 204

Winchester, Statute of, 57, 59
-, - William Waynflete, Bishop of, 382

Wine, prisage of, lost to the King by the Mayor's prerogative of making six men free of the City, 34, 35; compensation to the Mayor for fore- going prerogative, 34n.; prisage of, unlawfully demanded of a citizen, 46

Winedrawers appointed, 278-9

Wines, scrutineers of, charged with acting unfairly, 8; the price of, prescribed, 16; counterfeit, 377

Wiredrawers, their trouble with the Pinners, 42-3

"Withernam," 217, 218

Withihale. See Widihale.

Woad, to be bought by the Wardens of Dyers alone, 173; belonging to merchants of Janua seized for scavage dues, 175

Wobourne, Abbot of, 306

Wodecok, John, 84
-, - - John, son of, 84
-, - John, mercer, 86, 218, 275
-, - John, introduces custom of Mass being said before election of Mayor, 2
-, - Richard, 7
-, - Walter, 305
-, - - William, son of, 7

Woderove, John, 52

Wodeward, William, haberdasher, 93
-, - William, "foundour," 27
-, - - Margaret, daughter of, 27

"Wodewose," 379n.

Wodman alias Beket, John, "tymber- monger," 124

Wokkyng, John, 194, 195, 196, 211, 212

Wolaxcon, Johanna, 172
-, - - Idonea, daughter of, 172

Wolf, Stephen, 392

Wolgreve, Thomas, 329

Wool, Woolfells, &c., subsidy on, to repay City loan, 30, 99

Woollen-weavers, foreign, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 98
-, - native, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 41, 98, 143

Worseley, John, 389

Worshope, Worsope, John, 93, 196, 389, 401

Wortham (co. Norfolk), William Cratfeld, parson of, 158

Worthington, Gilbert, S. T. D., 311

Wottone, John, 196, 211, 212, 343
-, - Nicholas, Draper and Alderman, 1, 2, 13, 14, 33, 36, 37, 38, 44, 48, 50, 54, 61, 63, 64, 80, 84, 100, 112, 114, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 127, 132, 146, 147, 161, 166, 172, 203, 231, 234, 250, 253, 263, 270, 288, 294

Wottone, Nicholas, elected M. P. for the City, 40n., 100
-, - Thomas, 40, 60

Wrenne, Richard, 134

Wrestlyngton or Wrastilton, Richard, 98, 148

Wright, John, 149
-, - Thomas, 196

Writhe, John, chantry priest in church of St. Mary Somerset, 69

Wrothe, William, 277

Wyche. See Wiche.

Wyfold, Nicholas, Grocer and Alder- man, 149, 209, 248, 273, 274, 275, 286, 287, 288, 299, 300, 302, 309, 310, 311, 315, 322, 323, 324, 331, 332, 333, 335, 337, 338, 339, 340, 341, 345, 349, 353, 354, 361, 362

Wykes. See Wikes.

Wylard, Nicholas. 202

Wylby. See Wilby.

Wylershey, Thomas, 173

Wyllys, Roger, 222

Wyltshire, Wylkeshire, William, 228, 257

Wymmyg, John, 97

Wymondham, Adam, 305

Wyn, Stephen, 255

Wynant, William, 303

Wynchecombe, Symon, 76, 158

Wyndesore, John, 359

Wynne, John, draper, 9, 51

Wynslo, Thomas, 370

Wynter, Bartholomew, 149

Wyther, William, 347

Wythiale, Withihale. See Widi- hale.

Wyvirtone, John, 100, 231
-, - - Johanna, wife of, formerly wife of Thomas atte Wode, 100

Y

Yarford, James, 322

Yelverton, William, Justice, 360

"Yenville" (Janville), town of, cap- tured, 79

Yone, John, 304

Yonge, John, cordwainer, 24
-, - John, City Auditor, 329, 332
-, - John, candidate for Aldermanry, 339
-, - John, Sheriff, 370, 372

Yeo, Yoo, Nicholas, Draper and Alder- man, 148, 219, 220, 229, 230, 231, 241, 247, 248, 250, 251, 262, 270, 286, 288, 299
-, - - M.P. for the City, 211

York, John de, 95

York, Richard, Duke of, leads a force to France, 204

Z

Zeeland, merchant ships of, unlaw- fully attacked near Tilbury, 377-8

Zouch, Lord, his garden in parish of St. Peter, Cornhill, 119



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