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A - K

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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J.G. Nichols (editor)

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1848

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409-434

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'Index: A - K', The Diary of Henry Machyn: Citizen and Merchant-Taylor of London (1550-1563) (1848), pp. 409-434. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=45545 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Abchurch, parson of, disgraced, 310

Abergavenny; see Bergavenny

Accidents (fatal), 289, 302; from gunpowder, 18, 239

Ackworth, master, a master of Bridewell, 205

Adams, punished for killing flesh in Lent, 249

Adelston, captain of Rysbank, committed to the Tower, 194.

Alcock, master, constable of St. Martin's sanctuary, 227

Aldborough, rebel executed at, 142

Aldermary church, sermon at, 91; funeral, 176

Aldersgate, traitor's head placed on, 107

Aldersgate street, voice in the wall at, 58, 66; note, 339

Ale and beer, proclamation respecting, 147

Alexander, the keeper of Newgate, 121

Allen, Christopher, late alderman, funeral, 100; note, 347

Allen, sir Christopher, knighted, 334; dines with Wm. Harvey, Clarenceux, 248

Allen, Edmund, bishop elect of Rochester, burial of, 208; preaches at court, 278

Allen, Jasper, his marriage, 405

Allen, mistress, funeral of, 175

Allen, William, leatherseller, his mother's funeral, 171; funeral of his wife, 235; at the Merchant-taylors' feast, and then elected sheriff for the queen, 287; sworn, 293; his daughter married to master Starke, skinner, 295; note, 379

Allen, alderman sir William, 379

Alley, William, bishop of Exeter, preaches at court, 230; at funerals, 237, 240, 241

Allhallows Barking, funerals at, 28, 61, 113; traitors buried at, 109

Allhallows, Bread-street, steeple struck by lightning, 209; note, 374; funeral, 279

Allhallows the Little, funeral, 311

Allhallows, London Wall, funeral, 251

Allhallows the More, in Thames-street, sermon, 131; funeral at, 174

Allhallows Staining, funerals at, 105, 123

Allhallows, marriage, 300

Allington, Richard, son of Sir Giles, death of, 274

st. Alphage, or "St. Alphe's," Cripplegate, funerals at, 225, 289; marriage, 243; the Barber-surgeons' communion at, 290

Alsop, master, apothecary to King Henry VIII. and Edward VI. and sergeant of the confectionary to queen Mary, his funeral, 163

Altars, ordered to be restored, 50, note 399; consecration of, 105

Altham, alderman, death and funeral of his wife, 175; mourner at lady Barnes's funeral, 199; godfather to Thomas, son of alderman John White, 248; dismissed, 265; note

Alvey, of Westminster abbey, preaches there, 272

Amcotes (printed Huncotes), alderman sir Harry, funeral of, 68; month's mind, 70; note, 339

Anchor-lane, oyster feast in, 144

Andrews, sir Thomas, knighted, 335

st. Andrew's, Holborn, funerals at, 1, 128, 217, 263

st. Andrew's Undershaft, funerals at, 51, 116, 245, 395; atchievements for alderman Kyrton at, 60

st. Andrew's in the Wardrobe, funerals at, 98, 199, 288; baptism, 300

st. Andrew's day, procession on, in 1554, 77, note 401; in 1557, 159

Anna of Cleves; see Cleves.

st. Anthony's schools, holiday procession of, 292; note, 406

st. Antholin's, morning prayer begins there "after Geneva fashion," Sept. 1559, 212

Apparel, proclamation on, 216; note, 376; see Array

Archer,—, slain at St. James's fair, 170

Archery in Finsbury field, 132; a woman slain there, 136; matches, 286, 287, 288

Arden, Thomas, customer of Feversham, his murder, 4; note, 315

Argall, master, mourner, 237, 311

Arms of citizens simplified, 330, 364; a crowded coat, 344

Arnold, sir Nicholas, committed to the Tower, 104

Array, act of, 281; see Apparel

Arundel, Henry earl of, sent to the Tower, 12; attends princess Mary, 31; present at the proclamation of queen Mary, 37; bears the sword before the queen, 38; conducts bishop Gardener from prison, and entertains him at Bath Place, 40; high boteler at queen Mary's coronation, 45; and lord steward, 46; and makes knights as the queen's deputy, 334, 335; bears the queen's cap of maintenance at the opening of Parliament, 74; lord steward at the trial of lord Stourton, 126; attends on the earl of Northumberland at his creation, 134; present at St. George's day, 1557, ib.; present at the sermon at Paul's cross, 197; entertains the queen at Nonsuch, 206; deputy for the queen at an installation at Windsor, 258; funeral of the wife of his controller, 262; at St. George's feast, 1563, 306; his (?) livery, 398

Arundel, Philip earl of, his christening, 141; note, 357

Arundel, Mary countess of, attendant on queen ary, 30; her death and funeral, 155; note, 360

Arundell, sir John, his funeral, 158; note, 361

Arundell, sir Thomas, sent to the Tower with his lady, 10; arraigned, 15; beheaded, ib.; note, 323

Ascension-day, celebration of, 137; note, 404

Ascough, lady, widow of sir Christopher, her funeral, 58; note, 407

Ash (Asse), master, at an oyster feast, 143

Ashington, elected master of the Bridge house, 194

Ashley, sir Henry, knighted, 335

Aston, Christopher, the elder and the younger, fled beyond sea, and proclaimed traitors, 103

Aston, co. York, seat of Lord Dacre, 107

Atkynson the scrivener, his three daughters married on one day, 240

Auditor, one set in the pillory, 105

Audley, sir Thomas, his funeral at St. Mary Overy's, 73

st. Austin's, by St. Paul's, funerals at, 72, 247

st. Augustine (?), funerals, 157, 293

Austin Friars, the Lord Treasurer's place, 14, 203; service of the merchant strangers at, 140

Avenon, Alexander, chosen sheriff 1561, 265; receives the custody of the prisons, 268; sworn on Michaelmas day in the Exchequer, at the Merchant-taylors' feast, 287; funeral of his daughter mrs. Starke, 289; chief mourner at master Dericote's funeral, 296; biog. note, 385

Ayloffe; see Olyffe.

Bacon, lord keeper, presides at a disputation between the bishops and the new preachers, 192; present at the sermon at Paul's cross, 197; at mr. Goodrick's funeral, 283; at the Salters' feast, 286

Bacon, lady, godmother to the daughter of William Hervey, Clarenceux, 289

Bacon, George, son of the serjeant of the acatry, his baptism, 300

Bacon, James, salter, brother to the lord keeper, marriage of his daughter, 280; note, 389

Bacon, master, serjeant of the acatry, baptism of his son, 300; churching of his wife, 301

Baddow, death of Sir Clement Smith at, 24

Badge, the earl of Pembroke's, 32, 74

Bainbridge; see Benbryke

Baker, punished, 304

Baker, sir John, attends spital sermon, 132; dines with the lord mayor, 169; funeral of, 185; note, 370

Banaster, servant to sir E. Unton, killed in a fray in the street, 296

Banester, squire, his funeral, 112

Banister, mr. sent to the Tower, 10

Bankes, master, mourner at Ralph Preston's funeral, 176

Bankside, bear-baiting, 78

Baptism, unsettled opinions respecting, 242; see Christenings.

Barbers' hall, the clerks dine at, 89

Barber-surgeons, have the body of one hanged for an anatomy, 252; have a match of archery, 286; their feasts, 290

Barbican, fire at, 308

Barenteyn,—esquire, his funeral, 149

Barking, funeral of mrs. Bowes at, 122

Barlow, William, arrested and committed to the Fleet, 75; elected bishop of Chichester, 201; officiates at St. Paul's at the French king's obsequies, 210; at a funeral, ib.; preaches at court, 229

Barnes, Sir George, his death and funeral, 166; note, 363; burial of his widow, 199; his daughter the wife of Alexander Carlylle, vintner, 269

Barnes, esquire, month's mind of, and his wife, 175

Barnes, mercer in Cheapside, 343

Barnet, man burnt for heresy at, 94

Bart; see Brett

Bartelot, doctor, preaches at funerals, 8, 13; see Berkeley

Bartelett, physician, his funeral, 164

Barthelett, Thomas, printer to Henry VIII. his funeral, 95; note, 346

st. Bartholomew's the Little, christenings at, 198, 248; funerals, 3, 164, 199, 360; note, 350

st. Bartholomew's, Smithfield, funeral at, 164

st. Bartholomew fair, 1559, 207

Basing, funeral of the marchioness of Winchester at, 188

Baskerville, alderman Humphery, at the Grocers' feast, 260; at the Merchant-taylors', 262, 287; chosen sheriff, 265; receives the custody of the prisons, 268; sworn on Michaelmas day in the Exchequer, ib.; biog. note, 383

Baskerfelde, sir Thomas, knighted, 335

Bassett,—esquire, one of the privy chamber to queen Mary, his funeral, 179

Bath Place, the residence of the earl of Arundel, 40, 155

Bath, knights of the, made at queen Mary's coronation, 45, 334; at queen Elizabeth's, 186, 370

Bath, countess of, death of, 273; funeral, 274, 275; note, 388

Bawdry, punishments for, 32, 78, 282, 295 (bis), 299

Baynard Castle, Anne countess of Pembroke dies at, 15; the earl of Pembroke there, 32; cardinal Pole lands at, 77; queen Elizabeth visits the earl of Pembroke there, 196, 275; marriages at, 300

Baynes, Ralph, consecrated bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, 75; buried at St. Dunstan's in the West, 221; note, 378

Bear-baiting at the Bankside, 78; at court, 191, 198, 270

Becon, Thomas, committed to the Tower, 332; preacher at funerals, 216, 231; at a marriage, 288.

Bedford, John Russell, first earl of, his men of arms and standard, 13, 19; meets the lady Mary, 31; at the proclamation of Queen Mary, 37; his funeral, 83; note, 343

Bedford, Francis second earl of, chief mourner at his father's funeral, 84; present at the proclamation of queen Elizabeth, 178; at the Paul's cross sermon, 229; departs as ambassador to France, 248; returns, 252; conducts some French ambassadors, returning from Scotland to London, and entertains them at his house, 270; at the Salters' feast, 286; master St. John buried at his place, 301

Bedford, Anne countess of, 30; her funeral, 191; note, 371

Bedford, Margaret countess of, funeral, 291; note, 392

Bedingfield, sir Harry, made vice-chamberlain and captain of the guard, 162

Bedyll, John, accuses Throgmorton and Woodall of high treason, 104; arraigned, 107; executed, ib.

Bedy. . . ., John, clerk of the green cloth, funeral of, 231

Beer and ale, proclamation respecting, 147

Beggars, beadle of, punished for bawdry, 32

Begging, licence for, forged, 292; note, 407

Bell, John, bishop of Worcester, death of, 111; funeral, 112; note, 351

Bell, in Carter-lane, 228

Bell, in Gracechurch street, 238

Belleffe, William, vintner, married to a daughter of Alderman Mallory, 247

Bellringing on the queen's removes, 300, 396, 400

Belissun, a priest, pilloried for conjuring, 261

Benbryke, killed by the fall of his house in St. Clement's-lane, 34

st. Benet Sherehog, funeral at, 94

st. Benet's Paul's wharf, christening at, 216; funerals, 177, 247

Bentham, Thomas, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, preaches at Paul's cross, 218; at a funeral, 223; at court, 229; a spital sermon, 231; his wife brought to bed on London bridge, 229.

Berenger, sir Thomas, knighted, 335

Bergavenny, Henry lord, made K.B. at queen Mary's coronation, 45; officiated as chief larderer at the same, ib.; mourner at St. Paul's, at the French king's obsequies, 210

Berkeley ("Bartelett"), Gilbert, bishop of Bath and Wells, preaches at St. Paul's, 278

Berkeley, sir John, made K.B. 370

Berkeley, sir Maurice, 337; funeral of his wife, 227

Bermondsey abbey, 303

Bermondsey, funeral at, 175

Berry, master, draper, mourner at a funeral, 210; his funeral, 311

Berwick, money sent to, 146

Bethell, master, committed to the Tower, 102

Bethnal Green, young sir John Gates's place at, 23

Bettes, William, master of fence, slain in the street, 247

Beverley, executions at, 142

Beverley fair, cart coming from, robbed by lord Sandes's son, 108

Beymont, hanged at St. Thomas a Watering, 225

Bill, William, dean of Westminster, preaches at Paul's cross, 178, 194; St. Mary's spital, 192; at court, 226; his burial, 264; note, 385

Billingsgate, punishment for cheating at, 283

Birch, John, made a serjeant-at-law, 373

Bird, John, deprived of the bishoprick of Chester, 58; suffragan to bishop Bonner, 341; see Byrd

Bishops, marriages of, 8, 199, 320; deprived, 201; note, 373; five new bishops consecrated, 220; note, 378; others consecrated at Lambeth, 251; Veron, the preacher, advocates their endowment, 214; bishop Pilkington advocates their having "better living," 227

Bishopsgate, the porter of, 226

Bishop's Head in Lombard street, 304

Black Boy in Cheap, 298

Blackfriars in Smithfield restored by queen Mary, 171; funerals at, 174, 179, 194

Blackfriars, lord Bray dies there, 158; lady Carden dies at, 225

Blackheath, triumph at, 18; the Kentish rebels come to, 52

Blackwell, mistress, godmother to Katharine Machyn, 153

Blackwell, scrivener, candidate for sheriff, 241; mourner at funerals, 273, 295

Blackwell, George, godfather to George Bacon, 300; churching of his daughter Mrs. Bacon, 301

Blackwell, William, his daughter married to master Matthew Draper, 199

Blackwell-house, confirmation of its privileges, 23; sir John Ayloffe lived at, 353

Blasyng star, 101; notes, 348

Blechingley, funerals at, 208, 225

Blundell, John, mercer, 385

Bodley, master, slain in St. Paul's churchyard, 227; his funeral, 228

Boleyne, sir James, funeral of, 266; note, 386

Boneard, John, condemned for robbing the queen's wardrobe, 93; again tried for attempting to rob the keeper of Newgate, 121; and burnt in the hand, 122

Bonner, Edmund, bishop of London, delivered from the Marshalsea, 39; a commissioner for the deprivation of bishops, 58; sings the mass of Requiem at bishop Gardiner's funeral, 97; receives cardinal Pole at Bow-church, 103; joins the procession at St. Paul's on St. Paul's day, 141; performs the closing in of the nuns of Syon, 145; at the funeral of the lady Anne of Cleves, ib.; performs the dirge at the king of [Portugal's] obsequies, 148; officiates at the duchess of Norfolk's funeral, 150; at the countess of Arundel's, 155; presides at the trial of heretics, 169; entertains the French ambassadors, 197; deprived of his bishopric, 200

Borough, William lord, knighted, 334

Borow, Baptist, the melener, his funeral, 21

Borow, Thomas, condemned for coining, 290

Boswell, clerk of the wards, funeral of his wife, 199

st. Botulph, Aldgate, funerals at, 10, 222, 255

st. Botulph, Aldersgate, funerals, 123, 147, 156, 280

st. Botulph, Bishopgate, burial at, 67; wedding at, 216; christening, 288; burning of the church goods at, and the cross of wood that stood in the churchyard, 208

st. Botulph's, Thames-street, funeral, 143

Bourn, Gilbert, preaches at a funeral, 28; at Paul's cross, 41, 49, 78; note, 332; consecrated bishop of Bath, 58; sent to the Tower, 238

Bourne, Sir John, knighted, 334

Bow-church; see St. Mary

Bow churchyard, assembly of Protestants at, 79

Bowes, alderman sir Martin, at the Grocers' feast, 260, 285; at the Goldsmiths', 261; at the Merchant-taylors', 287; at sir Rowland Hill's funeral, 272; sits at Guildhall, 290; note, 336

Bowes, lady, wife of sir Martin Bowes, her funeral, 46; note, 335

Bowes, master, brought to the Tower for a conspiracy in Cambridgeshire, 83

Bowes, Frances, wife of Martin, buried at Barking, 122; note, 354
-, —— see Bowyes and Boysse

Bowthe, late of Calais, cast for treason, 56

Bowyes (Bowes?), lady, godmother to Mr. Nicholls's daughter, 305

Boxail, secretary, sent to the Tower, 238; note, 380

Boysse (Bowes?) and Gaskyn, fray between, 293

Bradford, committed to the Tower, 332; arraigned, 81; burnt in Smithfield, 90

Bradley, master, preaches a spital sermon, 305

Branch; see Fowler

Bray, John lord, attends the queen of Scots, 11; his men at arms, and standard, 12, 19; his death and funeral, 158; note, 361

Brayne, mr. sent to the Tower, 10

Bread-street, great fire in, 219

Brekett, (Brickett?) doctor, preaches at a funeral, 165

Brentford, 293

Brett ("Bart") and other captains of the Kentish rebels, taken into Kent for execution, 55

Brewers' Company, funerals at, 10, 249, 263

Brickhill, Benett Smyth hung for murder at, 102

Brickett; see Brekett

st. Bride's well, men hung at, 96; ecclesiastical visitors sit at, 207; christening, 288; funerals, 179 (?), 215, 291, 297, 300

Bridgehouse, the, 206, 304, 305; election of masters of, 194; festivities there on a marriage, 288

Bridewell, some gentlemen commit a fray at, 194; a man hung in, for robbing, 109; two officers of, condemned to the pillory, 111; the masters of, 205, 262, 291

Bromley, sir Thomas, 335

Brook, Robert, recorder of London, made a serjeant, 27; lord chief justice, and knighted, 342; at the trial of lord Stourton, 126

Brooke, sir David, chief baron, knighted, 335; attends spital sermon, 132

Brookes, James, consecrated bishop of Gloucester, 58

Brotherhood of Jhesus; see Jhesus

Brown, esquire, penon and coat armour made for his funeral, 219

Brown, a tallow-chandler, his wife punished for bawdry, 242

Browne, sir Anthony, chief mourner at the countess of Southampton's funeral, 2; present at a sermon, 48; created viscount Montagu, 67

Browne, lady, wife of sir Anthony, 30; her funeral, 39; note, 331

Browne, Francis, his wife's funeral, 133

Browne, sir Humphrey, death and funeral of, 297; note, 393

Browne, judge, present at a sermon, 48; attends spital sermon, 132

Browne, John, son of sir W. Browne, who died mayor in 1508, chosen sheriff, 23; dismissed on a fine, 24

Browne, Thomas, 151

Browne, Valentine, auditor of Berwick, marries a niece of lord keeper Bacon, 280

Browne, master, elected warden of the Merchant-taylors, 287

Bruse, sir John, knighted, 335

Bruton, sir Richard, his funeral, 121

Bruton, a gentleman, arraigned at Westminster hall, 285; hanged, 301

Brydges, sir John, attendant on the lady Elizabeth in 1553, 37; his eldest son (or brother?) drowned, 70; note, 332, 398; created lord Chandos, 59; see Chandos

Brydges, sir Richard, knighted, 335; funeral of, 173

Brydges, Thomas, drowned, 41; notes, 332, 398

Brysse, serjeant of the woodyard, buried, 122

Bucer, Martin, his body disinterred at Cambridge, and burnt, 124

Bull, mourner, 237

Bull and bear baiting, 270

Bull's head, beside London stone, 238

Bullok, John, orders sepulchral insignia for sir Thomas Kneesworth's monument, 285

Bulstrode, Thomas, funeral of, 244; note, 383

Bumsted, a gentleman, funeral of, 249

Burgh, lord; see Borough

Burlington, rebel executed at, 142

Burnings; see Hereticks

Bury St. Edmund's, the Duke of Northumberland moves towards, 36; a shoemaker burnt for heresy at, 92

Busken, master, preaches at funerals, 289, 299

Busse (Bush?), master, skinner, funeral at St. Margaret Moyses, 224

Butchers punished for bad meat, 56, 57

Butler, Bartholomew, 336

Byrd, master, cowper, funeral of, 140

Cage, master, funeral of, 226

Caius, doctor, his work on the sweating sickness, 319

Calais, siege of, 162; loss of, 163; lord Wentworth's trial for its loss, 195, 220

Calf, a prodigious, 280

Caltham, John, fled beyond sea, proclaimed a traitor, 103

Camberwell, funerals at, 144, 247

Cambridge, the duke of Northumberland's army moves towards, 36; the duke arrested, and queen Mary proclaimed at, 37; disinterment and burning of the bodies of Bucer and Fagius, 124; coiners taken at, 164; carried to the Tower, 165; funeral at, 235

Cambridgeshire, conspiracy in, March 1554–5, 83

Campion, master, brewer in Hay-lane, fatal accident to his maid, 302

Candlemas-day, celebrated at St. Paul's, 225; mass on, in 1563, disturbed, 299

Canterbury, execution at, 4; heretics burnt at, 91

Cannon-row; see Channel-row

Capel, sir Giles, funeral of, 108; note, 350

Capel, sir Harry, funeral of, 164; note, 362

Carden; See Cawarden

Cardmaker, arrested, 75; examined, 86; condemned, and burnt, 88

Cardyff, Henry lord Herbert of; see Herbert

Carew, sir Gawen, delivered from the Tower, 80

Carey, widow of sir John, her funeral, 193; note, 372

Carey, master, deputy for lord Hunsdon as godfather to Robert Dethick, 264

Carlton, master, married the widow of sir George Harper, 224

Carlylle, Alexander, master of the Vintners, death of, 269; funeral, ib.

Carpenters' hall, 236

Carter, killed by a Frenchman in the street, 296

Caryll, John, made a serjeant-at-law, 27, 327

Carus, Thomas, made a serjeant, 373

Cat hung on the gallows in Cheapside, 59; note, 338

Castillion, John Baptist, 384

Castle in New Fish-street, 285

Catlyn, Richard, made a serjeant-at-law, 27, 327; lord chief justice of England (1562) at mr. Goodrick's funeral, 283; at the Salters' feast, 286

Catter, mourner at bishop Griffith's funeral, 180

Cave, sir Thomas, knighted, 335; funeral of, 173; note, 366

Cavendish, sir William, funeral, 156; note, 360

Cawarden, sir Thomas, his death, 208; burial ib.; note, 374; funeral of his widow, 225

Cecill, Richard, esq. gentleman of the king's robes, funeral, 32; note, 329

Cecill, sir William, knighted in 1551, 10; sent ambassador to Scotland, 236; at Paul's cross sermon, 248; entertains the queen to supper 13 July, 1561, 263

Cecill, lady, godmother to the daughter of William Hervey, Clarenceux, 289

Chadsay, doctor, his sermon on the queen's supposed quickening, 341; preaches at Paul's cross, 80, 135; at funerals, 135, 166; sent to the Tower, 235

Chalenger, widow, funeral of, 171

Chalenger, a baker, punished, 304

Chaloner, lady, wife of sir Thomas, funeral, 123, note, 404

Chamber, sir Thomas, parson of Trinity the Little, his merry-making, 132; his scandalous conduct and dismissal, 205; note, 205

Chamberlain, captain of Calais, arraigned at Guildhall, 220

Chamberlain, sir Leonard, knighted, 334; funeral of his wife, 136

Chamberlain, sir Ralph, knighted, 334

Chamberlain, alderman Richard, mourner at funerals, 200, 272; at the Merchant-taylors' feast, 287; chosen sheriff, 1562, 289; sworn, 293; executor to mistress Lewen, 295, 392; note, 391

Chamberlain, sir Thomas, christening of his son, 216; starts as ambassador to Spain, 225

Chamberlain, lady (wife of sir Thomas), widow of master Machyll, cloth-worker, 216

Chamberlayne, sir Reynold, captain of Guernsey, articles made for his funeral, 271

Chambers, John, bishop of Peterborough, his obsequies, 101, 348.

Chamley; see Cholmeley

Champion, alderman Richard, chosen sheriff, 170; present at the Merchant-taylors' feast, 287; note, 364
-, —— Barbara his wife, 347; godmother to Thomas White, 248

Champneys, sir John, his funeral, 115; note, 352

Channell-row, the earl of Sussex dies there, 126

Chancellor's (Chancery) lane, 7, 284

Chandos, sir John Brydges created lord, 59; a mourner at the duke of Norfolk's obsequy, 70; his funeral, 133; note, 356; see Brydges

Chandos, Elizabeth lady, her funeral, 221; note, 378

Chantry priest hangs himself, 139

Charing cross, fray at, 74; three men hung at, 86; one afterwards burnt by the gallows, ib.

Charnock, master, set in the pillory, 300

Charles V. emperor, his obsequy at Westminster, 184; note, 369; alarmed by the comet of 1556, 403

Charter-house, occupied by sir Edward North, 30, 328; funeral of a monk, 110; the monks dismissed, 204; queen Elizabeth lodges at, on her accession, 179, 180; visits lord North there, 263; lady North dies there, 242

Cheap, pillory in, 60, 63, 64, 103, 104, 107; the "post of reformation" near the Standard 109; whipping in, 266; the Black Boy in, 298

Cheapside cross, cat hanged thereon habited like a priest, 59; reward offered to discover the offender, 60

Cheke, sir John, knighted, 10; note, 322; committed to the Tower, 27, 38; his death, 151; note, 359

Chelmsford, funeral at, 154

Chelsea? "Clessay," 6

Chelsea, fire at, 41; the lady Anna of Cleves dies at, 144; funeral of duchess of Northumberland at, 86; funeral of lord Bray at, 153

Chenies, funerals at, 83, 191, 291, 301 (?)

Cheney, sir Thomas, K.G. lord warden of the cinque ports and treasurer of the household, his men of arms, 13, and guidon, 20; at the proclamation of queen Mary, 37; fray of his servants with the inns of court, 65; at St. George's day, 1557, 134; his funeral, 184; note, 369
-, —— , lady, death, 282; funeral, 283; note, 390

Chenney, master, preaches at court, 230

Cheese sold at three halfpence a pound, 241

Chester, sir Robert, 316; funeral of his wife, 303; notes, 357, 394

Chester, alderman sir William, knighted at Greenwich, 125; mourner at funerals, 210, 237, 304, 311; his mildness towards heretics, 395; funeral of his wife, 240; note, 381; his house, 363

Chetwode, Richard, funeral of, 223; note, 378

Cheyne; see Cheney

Chichester, monstrous child brought from, 284

Chichester, sir John, knighted, 334; committed to the Tower, 104

Chicken, parson, 48; note, 336

Chidley, judge, at examination of bishop Tunstall, 26; sits as justice at Guildhall, 290

Child, infant, supposed to speak, 88; note, 343

Child, prodigious, 284

Child murder, 301

Cholmley, Ranulph, made a serjeant at law, 373; death, 306; funeral, 307; notes, 392, 395

Cholmley, sir Roger, chief justice, at examination of bishop Tunstall, 26; commissioner for receiving certificates of church goods, 34; committed to the Tower, 38; delivered, with a great fine, 43; attends spital sermon, 132; at the Grocers' feast, 260; sits at Guildhall, 290; funeral of his wife, 181; note, 368

Cholmeley, mistress, her funeral, 294; note, 392

Christ, fanatic whipped for personating, 255

Christchurch, Newgate St., funerals, 184, 236

Christ's hospital, children of, clothed at Christmas 1552–3, 28; children attend a funeral, 32; attend the spital sermon, 131; masters of, attend funerals with their green staves, 99, 224; Grafton the printer chief master, 236; its original object, 328

Christenings, 216, 248, 264, 249, 288 (two)

Christmas, festivities of 1551–2, 13; of 1552–3, 28

Christopherson, John, bishop of Chichester, a commissioner for the deprivation of bishops, 58; a commissioner sent to Cambridge to burn the bodies of Bucer and Fagius, 124; his funeral, 184; note, 369

Chudleigh, sir Richard, knighted, 335

Church goods, &c., commissioners of inquiry sit at Guildhall in April 1553, 34

Church goods, burnt, 266; note, 386

Churchings, 249, 301

Clark's wife, a goldsmith, punished, 31

Clarenceux king of arms, creation of, 158

Clayton, Thomas, elected sheriff, 22; but dismissed on a fine, 23

st. Clement's without Temple-bar, funerals, 149, 155, 193, 262; magazine, 89; procession of, 63, 138, 89

Clement's inn, robbery at, 242

st. Clement's lane, fall of a house in, 34

Clergy, benefit of, 227

Clerks, company of, present at funerals, passim. Chester the receiver takes possession of their hall, 5; note, 316; celebrate an even-song and procession at Guildhall college, 62, 88, 106; dinners, 236, 282

Clerks of London, present at funerals, 2, 3 (two), 7, 21, 28, 47, 56, 67, 176, 188, 235 (two), 240, 249, 254, 257, 261, 266, 269, 283

Clerkenwell, funerals at, 112, 147, 174, 188; sir Richard Mansfield dies at, 194; wrestling at, 204; see st. John's

Cleves, lady Anna of, dined at queen Mary's coronation, 46; her death, 144; funeral 145, 146; note, 358

Clifford, sir Thomas, his widow, funeral of, 159; note, 362

Clifford, lady Margaret, married to lord Strange, 82

Clifton, sir Gervase, chief mourner at the countess of Southampton's funeral, 2

Clinton, Edward lord [afterwards the first earl of Lincoln], lord admiral, attends the king, 6; entertains the king in a ship at Deptford, 7; death of his wife in 1551, 9; his men at arms, guidon and badge, 20; attends queen Mary, 31; made Constable of the Tower, 35; conducts the prince of Piedmont to the Tower, 79; accompanies the contingent sent in aid of king Philip, July 1557, 143; present at the sermon at Paul's cross, 197; witnesses the city muster, 202; entertains the queen, 207; a judge at justs, 233
-, —— sir Henry, made K.B. at queen Mary's coronation, 45, 334
-, —— Elizabeth lady, death, 9; note, 320
-, —— Ursula lady, 30

Cloth, its sale confined to Blackwell hall, 23

Clothiers, highway robbery of, 95

Clothworkers; sir William Hewitt the first lord mayor of their Company, 213; their feast, 1561, 265; attend a funeral, 256

Cobham, Anne lady, funeral 179; note, 368

Cobham, Dorothy lady, death of, 212; funeral, 213; note, 376
-, —— George lord, his men of arms, 13; and standard, 20; present at the proclamation of Queen Mary, 37; conducts cardinal Pole into London, 75; bears a sword of state, 129; present at st. George's day, 1557, 134; death, 175; funeral, 176; note, 367
-, —— William lord, mourner at St. Paul's at the French king's obsequies, 210
-, —— master, joins sir Thomas Wyatt's rebellion, 52; committed to the Tower, 54; delivered from the Tower, 58
-, —— master, rescues a debtor when arrested, 221

Cobham, queen Elizabeth at, 204

Cockes, John, made Portcullis pursuivant, 336; created Lancaster herald, 186

Coinage, reduced in value, 7, note, 317; new, in 1554, 69; proclamations on, 114, 122, 243, 245, 260, 272, 276, 279; notes, 383, 384, 388

Coiners, hung at Tybourn, 69, 91; some taken at Cambridge, 164; carried to the Tower, 165; some taken to the Tower, 234, and removed to the Marshalsea, ib.; six cast for death, 290

Coke, master, at examination of bishop Tunstall, 26

Coke, master, rides with the lord of misrule, 33

Coke, master, committed to the Tower, 38

Coke, master of requests, buried in Hertfordshire, 150

Colburne, William, made Rouge-dragon pursuivant, 336

Coldharbour, the earl of Shrewsbury's, 74, 224, 258, 269, 393

Coldwell, master, funeral, 309

Cole, dean of St. Paul's, sent to the Tower, 235; to the Fleet, 238

Cole, parson of High Ongar, preaches spital sermon, 231, 254, 305

Colleges, &c. wives dismissed from, by command of queen Elizabeth, 265, 267

Collier, punished in the pillory for seditious words, 71

Colman's hedge, by St. Giles's in the fields, 267

Comet; see Blasyng star

Compagni, Bartholomew, buried at St. Paul's, 257; note, 384

Conception of the Virgin, procession upon the feast, 78

Condé, the prince of, in arms against the duke of Guise, 295; taken prisoner, 298; note, 396

Conduit, man punished for striving at a, 34

Conduits, failure of, 245; its cause, 246

Conduit-heads visited by the lord mayor, &c. 292

Conjuring, 261

Constable, sir John, knighted, 335

Constable, sir Marmaduke, death of, 234; funeral, 238

Conyers, hanged for murder, 102, 103; note, 349

Cooke, Edmund, marriage of, 288; note, 391

Cooke, Robert, created Blanch-rose pursuivant, 275; Chester herald 276; note, 388

Cooke, William, dean of the arches and high judge of the admiralty, 172; funeral, 187; note, 365
-, —— see Coke

Cooks, festival of the queen's, 191

Coopers' hall, the Sextons dine at 140

Copes, taken from the London parishes, temp. Edw. VI. returned temp. Mary, 165

Copley, dame Elizabeth, funeral, 221; note, 378
-, —— sir Robert, 378, 394

Corbet, Reginald, made a serjeant-at-law, 373

Corbet, sir Richard, committed to the Tower, 38

Corbett, master, at sir Rowl. Hill's funeral, 272

Cordell, sir William, master of the rolls, at sir Rowl. Hill's funeral, 272; godfather to
-, —— Cromwell, 277; godfather to the daughter of Clarenceux, 288; sits at Guildhall, 290

Cordwainer-street ward, 127

Cornwallis, sir Thomas, sent against Wyatt, 52; made comptroller of the household, 162; justs, 233

Corewel, or Cornwell, Edward, fled beyond sea and proclaimed a traitor, 103

Coronation of queen Mary, 45, 334
-, —— of queen Elizabeth, 185, 186

Corpus Christi day, processions on, 63, 139; note, 399

Corwyn, Hugh, archbishop of Dublin, consecrated at Saint Paul's, 94

Cotes, doctor, consecrated bishop of West Chester, 58; preaches at Paul's cross, 79

Cotgrave, master, buried at St. Dunstan's, Fleet-street, 276; note 386
-, —— Hugh, made Rouge-croix pursuivant, 336; accompanies Clarenceux on his visitation, 264

Cottelle, tallow chandler, accidental death of, 219; funeral, ib.

Cotton, sir John, knighted, 335
-, —— sir Richard, made comptroller of the king's house, 23; his funeral, 115; note 352
-, —— Thomas, 348
-, —— master, "a great rich man of law," his funeral, 177

Cotyngham, the queen's poulterer, his family poisoned by a maid servant, 196

Council, the queen's, dines with the lord mayor, 22 March, 1557–8, 169

Courtenay, sir William, knighted 335; committed to the Tower, 104; embarks for foreign service, 144
-, —— see Devonshire

Coverdale, Miles, his books ordered to be delivered up, 90; preaches at funerals, 3, 4, 289; at Paul's cross, 218, 233, 279

Couper, John, master of the Mary-Rose of London, wounded in fight with the French, 153

Cowper, John, sheriff, funeral of his wife, 22; at the Merchant-taylors' feast, 287; note, 407
-, —— mistress Basilia, funeral of, 22; note, 407

Cox, doctor, dean of Westminster, brought to the Tower and committed to the Marshalsea, 39; preaches before the queen, 189, 190; preaches at St. Mary's spital, 192; elected bishop of Norwich 1559, 201; preaches at Paul's cross, 235; at court, 253 (that none should preach of high matters unless well learned); at mr. Goodrick's funeral, 283;
-, —— John; see Cockes

Cranbrook, Kent, 56

Crane, and his wife, sent to the Tower, 10

Crane's wife, commits suicide, 284

Crane in Cruched-friars, 131

Cranmer, archbishop, arraigned at Guildhall, 48; brought out of the Tower and conveyed towards Oxford, 57; his books ordered to be delivered up, 90; burned at Oxford, 103

Cree-church, the duke of Norfolk's place, 186, 294

Cripps, sir Harry, knighted, 335

Croft, Elizabeth, 339

Crofts, sir James, discharged from the constableship of the Tower, 35; brought prisoner to the Tower, 56; brought for trial to Guildhall, 60; arraigned, 61; delivered from the Tower, 80
-, —— sir John, knighted, 335

Croker, master, buried at Allhallows-stayning, 123

Crome, doctor, imprisoned for preaching without licence, 51; arraigned, 80; examined, 81; death of, 286

Cromwell, Gregory lord, death and funeral, 7; note, 317

Cromwell, sir Henry Williams alias, christening of his daughter, 277; notes, 330, 389

Crooked-lane, accidental explosion in, 239; note, 381

Crosses, ordered for parish churches, 50; note, 399; in Bishopsgate churchyard, 208

Crowley, Robert, preaches at Paul's cross, 215, 229, 269; at funerals, 269, 278, 291, 311; at a marriage, 296; biog. note, 376

Croydon, earthquake at, 6; queen Mary at the archbishop's, 114

Cruched Friars, Sir James Wylford dies at, in 1550, 3

Cuckold haven, 283

Culpepper, gentleman of Gray's inn, 277

Cumberland, Henry earl of, bears the queen's sword at the opening of Parliament, 74; marriage of his daughter to lord Strange, 82.

Curteis, alderman sir Thomas, takes his oath as lord mayor, 155; entertains the queen's council to dinner, 169; his funeral, 217; note, 377

Customer, murder of Arden the, 4

Cutpurse, James Ellys, the great, his trial, 18; hanged, 21; others hanged, 137

Cutt, master, brought to the Tower for a conspiracy in Cambridgeshire, 83
-, —— master, great robbery done by, 242

Dacre of the North, William lord, sent to the Tower, 12; some of his men arrive in London from beyond Carlisle, on their way to foreign service, 144
-, —— of the South, Gregory lord, mourner at St. Paul's at the French king's obsequies, 210

Dalbeney, master, merchant-taylor, funeral, 173

Dalle, John, fled beyond sea, proclaimed a traitor, 103

Dalle, doctor, executor to lady Dormer, 299

Dallison, William, made a serjeant-at-law, 327

Dalton, Laurence, created Norroy king of arms, 181, note, 361; his funeral, 273, note, 388

Damsell, sir William, knighted, 335

Daniell, John, committed to the Tower, 102; hung at Tybourn, 109; note, 351

Daniel, goldsmith, entertains the son of the earl of Tyrone, 275

Darbishire, doctor, chancellor of St. Paul's, preaches a funeral sermon, 106; installed, ib.

Darcy, sir Arthur, the house of the White Friars on Tower hill given him, 26; mourner at the king of [Portugal's] obsequies, 148; dwelling at the new abbay on Tower-hill, death of his wife, 220; her funeral, 222; his death, 254; funeral, 255; book dedicated to, 379; note, 384

Darcy, George lord, lord chamberlain, elected K.G. and installed, 10; his men of arms, 13; and standard, 20; attends the lady Mary, 31; bears the king's train, 329; bears the queen's sword, 122; present at St. George's day, 1557, 134; at the funeral of the lady Anna of Cleves, 145, 146
-, —— George, slays Lewis West, 107; his penance, 121; arraigned for the murder, 165; note, 349
-, —— John lord, (of the North), made K.B. 370
-, —— John lord, (of Chiche,) made K.B. 370

Dartford, the Kentish rebels march to, 52; queen Elizabeth at, 204

Dause, master, his burial, 146

Davenet,—merchant-taylor, his funeral, 27; note, 327
-, —— married to master Sparke's daughter, 300

Davison, taylor, set in the pillory for seditious words, 154

Dawney, sir Thomas, knighted, 335

Day, John, the printer, committed to the Tower, 72; note, 340
-, —— master, chief chafer of wax to the lord chancellor, his funeral, 210
-, —— bishop George, his funeral, 111; note 351

Death, personification of, 125

Delamore,—buried in Oxfordshire, 257

Delawarr; see Warre (de la)

Denham, elected third warden of the Skinners' company, 260

Denham,—esquire, buried at St. Bride's, 300

Denys, Philip, his funeral, 113; note, 352

Deptford, king Edward banqueted at, 7, 317; mock naval fight at, 232

Derby, Edward earl of, comes to London from the North, 6; attends the king to Blackheath, ib.; arrives in London with four-score velvet coats, and 218 yeomen, 40; high constable at queen Mary's coronation, 45; at St. George's feast, 1563, 306

Derby, Anne countess of, funeral, 2; note, 314

Dericote, Arthur, funeral of, 296; note, 393

Dethick, sir Gilbert, christening of his son Robert, 264; note, 385
-, —— John, committed to the Tower, 102; accuses his comrades, 104; arraigned, 107; executed, ib.

Devonshire, Edward Courtenay earl of, released from prison, 39; present at a sermon at Paul's cross, 41; created Earl of Devonshire, 43; made K.B. at queen Mary's coronation, 45; bore the sword at the same, 46; and at the opening of Parliament, ib.; present at a sermon, 48; receives the Spanish ambassadors, 50; carried towards Fotheringay, 64; his servant Walker imprisoned for carrying letters, 118

Dey, John, parson of st. Ethelburga, 333

Dice, false, punishment for, 68

st. Dionis Fanchurch, funeral, 217

Disputation between the bishops and new preachers, 192; note, 372

Ditton, lady Berkeley's funeral at, 227

Dobbs, alderman sir Richard, present at a sermon, 48; death, 105; funeral, 106; death of his widow, 268; funeral, 269; note, 349

Docket, Richard, grocer, his death, 154

Docwra, Thomas, proctor, funeral, 201; note, 373

Docwra (?) mistress, funeral of, 254

Dodmer, master, (son of sir Ralph Dodmer,) funeral of, 170; note, 364

Dogs, proclamation respecting, 312, note, 396

Doge, master, funeral, 136

Dole for a sick man (sir Rowland Hill) 270

Dolman, tallow-chandler in Southwark, bishop Tunstall at his house, 204

Dolphins, or rygges, taken in the Thames, 22; others, 23, 25, 26; notes, 326, 327

Doncaster, rebel executed at, 142

Dorking, earthquake at, 6

Dormer, sir (William,) made K.B. at queen Mary's coronation, 45, 334

Dormer, sir Robert, his funeral, 22; note, 325

Dormer,—esquire, son of sir Michael, 296

Dormer, lady, funeral, 299; note, 393

Dorset, Henry Grey, marquess of, created duke of Suffolk, 10; see Suffolk

Dover, king Philip takes shipping there, 142; English contingent embarks there, 143

Dowdall, George, archbishop of Armagh, carried to be buried in Ireland, 171

Downe, Robert, master of the Ironmongers, his funeral, 120; note, 354

Drakes, John, servant of sir Anthony Knevett, contrives a prophetic voice in Aldersgate street, 66

Drapers, company of, present at funerals, 59, 67, 117, 210, 240, 311

Draper, alderman Christopher, present at funerals, 141, 304; bellman's announcement in his ward, 123; elected sheriff, 1560, 241; at the Grocers' feast, 260; closes his shrievalty, 268; note, 381

Draper, master, at an oyster feast, 143

Draper, master Matthew, (misprinted "Matthew, draper") married to the daughter of master William Blakewell, 199; note, 373

Draper, mistress, of Camberwell, her funeral, 144; note, 358
-, —— Sense, godmother to George Bacon, 300
-, —— William, elected master of the Bridge house, 194; overseer of mistress Lewen's will, 294

Drowning in the Thames, deaths by, 21

Drury, William, married to the widow of lord Williams of Thame, 244

Duckington, [Robert,] chosen renter warden of the Merchant-taylors' company, 1560, 239; funeral of, 293

Dudley, lord Ambrose, committed to the Tower, 37; arraigned and condemned, 48; conducts the prince of Sweden into London, 214; defender at the justs, 217, 233; created earl of Warwick, 273
-, —— lady Amy, her funeral 242; note, 382
-, —— sir Andrew, (brother to John duke of Northumberland,) elected K.G. 8, 17; installed chief gentleman of the privy chamber, 329; committed to the Tower, 37; arraigned and condemned, 41
-, —— Cecily baroness, funeral, 61; notes, 338, 398
-, —— Edward lord, knighted, 334
-, —— lord Guildford, arraigned at Guildhall, 13 Nov. 1553, 48
-, —— lord Harry, committed to the Tower, 25, 37; arraigned and condemned, 48; slain at St. Quintin's, 147, 150; note, 359
-, —— sir Harry, brought from Calais to the Tower of London, 39
-, —— Harry, fled beyond sea, proclaimed a traitor, 103
-, —— lady Jane, arraigned at Guildhall, 48;
-, —— John lord, his funeral, 44; notes, 334, 398
-, —— lord Robert, committed to the Tower, 38; arraigned and condemned for treason, 51; sent with letters to queen Mary from king Philip, 128; made master of the horse, 180; elected K.G. 196; installed 200; witnesses the city musters, 202; conducts the prince of Sweden into London, 214; and gives him a banquet, 215; godfather to sir Thomas Chamberlain's son, 216; engaged in the justs, 216, 233; fray between his men and lord Herbert's, 245; at Paul's cross sermon, 248; man whipped for counterfeiting his hand, 252; has a wager shot in Finsbury field, 261; at St. George's feast, 1563, 305, 306

Duncombe, a gentleman, hanged in Bedfordshire for highway robbery, 228

Dunne, doctor Gabriel, funeral, 181; note, 369

Dune, John, executor to mrs. Luwen, 295

st. Dunstan's in the West, funerals at, 2, 7, 125, 156, 221, 267, 273, 294, 307

st. Dunstan's in the East, re-consecrated after suspension, 78; again suspended, 82; parishioners burnt for heresy, 152; marriage, 280; funerals, 99, 113, 136, 171, 219

Durham place, mass there, 299

Dyer, James, made a serjeant at law, 27, 327

Dymmoke, master, champion at queen Mary's coronation, 45

Dymmocke, master, the Muscovy ambassador lodged at his house in Fenchurch-street, 127, 130

Earthquake, 6

Edmondes, Andrew and Christopher, 354

st. Edmund, Lombard-street, mass for the strangers there, 65; funerals at, 182, 210

st. Edward the Confessor, restoration of his shrine at Westminster, 130; which is visited by the Muscovite ambassador, 132

Edward, King, takes part in a triumph at Greenwich, 6, note, 316; in another at Blackheath, 7; sups at Deptford, 7, note, 317; wears the order of st. Michael, 9, notes, 321, 397; receives his aunt the queen of Scots, 11; wears the robes of the garter on st. George's day, 17; his death, rumoured to be by poison, 35; his funeral, 39; note 331; hearse for in St. Paul's, 49; a young man apprehended for personating, 87; pretended messenger from, whipped, 88

Edward, David, servant to the lord bishop of Winchester, 151

Egerton, sir Ralph, knighted, 335

Eggyllfield, master, mourner at sir Richard Dobbes' funeral, 106

Eggyllston, Richard, tailor, murdered in the Long Acre, 121

Egypt, the Nine Tribes of, rumour respecting, 265

Elderton, sits as justice at Guildhall, 290

Elizabeth, the lady (afterwards queen) visits her brother King Edward, 16; rides through London to Somerset Place, 37; through London to Aldgate, 38; attends the queen on her entrance into London, ib.; dines at queen Mary's coronation, 46; rides into London in state, 57; carried to the Tower, 58; delivered 63; fasts with the queen, 94; rides through London to Somerset Place, 120; and back toward Bishop's Hatfield, ib.; comes riding into London, 8, 166; returns to the country, 167; proclamation of her accession to the throne, 178, note, 368; rides from Hadley to London, 179, note, 368; rides in state to the Tower, 180; removes to Somerset Place, ib.; takes barge from Whitehall to the Tower, 186; rides in state through London, and crowned at Westminster, ib.; witnesses the festival of her kitchen servants, 191; keeps st. George's day, 195; sups with the earl of Pembroke, 196; witnesses May-day sports on the Thames, ib., and a May-game at Grenwich, 201; reviews the city musters in Greenwich-park, 202; visits the new ship Elizabeth-Jonas, 203; goes in progress to Dartford, and Cobham, 204; entertained at Nonsuch, 206; moves from Hampton Court to the lord admiral's, 207; has a play at Court, 221; knights the lord mayor, 224; keeps her maundy in 1560, 230; visits her ships at Deptford, 232, goes in procession with the knights of the Garter, 232, note, 379; on the Thames, 234; starts from Greenwich on her progress, 29 July, 1560, dines at Lambeth, and proceeds to Richmond, Oatlands, and Sutton, 241; witnesses a display of the masters of fence, 250; wrestling, 251; goes in procession on st. George's day 1561, 257; witnesses a water-pageant at Greenwich, 261; visits the Tower mint, 262; and the Charter-house, 263; sups with secretary Cecill, ib.; proceeds in state through London, ib.; is godmother to Robert son of sir Gilbert Dethick, 264; note, 385; removes from Hertford Castle to Enfield, 267; from Enfield to St. James's, ib.; present at bull and bear-baiting at Whitehall, 270; witnesses a play and masque of the gentlemen of the Temple, 275; dines with the earl of Pembroke at Baynard's castle, 275; hears the Lent sermons, 276; keeps st. George's day 1562, 280; removes from Westminster to Greenwich, 284; the prophet Helyas Hall brought to her, ib.; removes from Hampton court to Somerset-place, 295; rides to open her second Parliament, 299; holds st. George's feast 1563, 306; goes down the river to Greenwich, 309; her order respecting the portraits of herself and the king of Sweden, 385

Elizabeth-Jonas, the queen's ship, 203

Ellys, James, a cut-purse, his trial, 18; hung, 21

Eltham, visited by queen Mary, 110; by queen Elizabeth, 206

Eltheston,—esquire, funeral of, 190

Elsing spital, 74

Ely, a monk of; see Fowler

Enfield, queen Elizabeth at, 267

Epping forest, king Philip goes hunting there, 141

Erconwald's (saint) day, 75, 340

Esquires of the lord mayor's house, the four, 331

Essex, sir Thomas, funeral of, 174; note, 367

Essex, heretics of, 87, 89, 130

st. Ethelburga, London, priest of, set in the pillory, 42; note, 333

Exchequer, money sent from to Berwick, 146

Exeter, marchioness of, attends queen Mary on her entrance into London, 38

Eyton, or Heton, George, chosen warden of the Merchant-taylors, 91; master, 141; note, 344

Fagius, Paulus, his body disinterred from st. Michael's church at Cambridge, and burnt, 124

st. Faith's, funerals at, 175 (two), 201

False accusing, punishment for, 118, 354

Fanatics, 255

Fanshawe, mrs. funeral, 276

Farnham, funeral of the countess of Southampton at, 2

Fawcett? ("Phassett"), gentleman, funeral of, 263

Fawkener, Thomas, squire, his obsequy, 176

Feckenham, doctor John, abbat of Westminster, preaches at Paul's cross the Sunday before queen Mary's coronation, 44; at St. Mary Overy's, and twice at St. Stephen's Walbrook, 48; preaches at Paul's cross, 76, 139, 158, 168; installed abbat of Westminster, 118; consecrated, 119; preaches at the abbey, 131; entertains the Muscovite ambassador, 132; at the inclosing of the nuns of Syon, 145; preaches at the funeral of the lady Anna of Cleves, ib.; preaches at the countess of Arundel's funeral, 155; talks with heretics about to be burned in Smithfield, 157; goes in procession on st. Andrew's day, 159; deprived, 204; sent to the Tower, 235

Fence, White a master of, 82; one slain in the street, 247; some perform a challenge before the queen, 250

Fenchurch-street, master Dymmocke's in, 127, 130; May pole in, 20; May game there in 1557, 137

Fermor, sir John, knighted, 335

Ferrar, Robert, deprived of the bishopric of St. David's, 58

Ferrer (?) Thomas, his funeral, 91

Ferrers, Richard Devereux, lord, committed to the Tower, 39; delivered, with a great fine, 43

Ferrers, George, lord of misrule, 328

Ferrex and Porrex, 388

Fetherstone, a counterfeit Edward VI. executed, 101; note, 348

Fetter-lane, mass said there, and disturbed, 292

Feversham, murder of mr. Arden at, 4; notes, 315

Finch, mistress, buried at the Savoy, 152
-, —— sir Erasmus, 394
-, —— sir Thomas, lost in the Greyhound, 302, 308; note, 394

Finland, John duke of; see Sweden

Finsbury field, marsh fires seen in, 123; archery matches in, 132, 261; a woman slain by an arrow there, 136; wrestling in, 208

Fire at the George in Bread street, 219; in the Tower, 268; in Watling street, 309

Fish, young fry of, punishment for bringing to market, 253

Fisher (alias Fitzwilliam), Thomas, 391

Fishes; see Dolphins

Fishmongers' company, procession of, 62, 89, 138; present at funerals, 22, 68, 143, 166, 217; the duke of Norfolk admitted free of their company, 274; renew the ornaments of sir Thomas Kneesworth's tomb, 285; and sir William Walworth's, 408

Fishmonger, one set in the pillory, 189; note 371

Fitton, sir Edward, knighted, 335

FitzGerald, lord, knighted, 334; see Kildare

FitzJames, sir James, knighted, 335

Fitzwalter, Henry lord, at sir T. Audley's funeral, 73; tilts with the king, 76; see Sussex

Fitzwalter, lady, buried at Woodham Walter, 80; note, 341

Fitzwilliam, John, 348

Fitzwilliam (Thomas?) funeral of, 286; note, 391

Fitzwilliam, sir William, knighted, 335; mourner at bishop Chambers's funeral, 348; funeral of, 215; note, 376

Fitzwilliam, sir William, new funeral trophies made for, 302; note, 394

Flamborough, rebel executed at, 142

Flammock, grocer, funeral of, 247

Fleet Street, (st. Bride's) well in, 96; a man slain in, 131; fray in, 195

Fleet prison, 128

Fletcher, chosen master of the Skinners' company, 237

Fletchers, company of, present at a funeral, 187

Flood, in 1555, 94

Flower, William, Chester herald, created Norroy, 276; note, 389

Folkes, Richard, elected sheriff in 1560, 241; note, 381

Forgery of handwriting, 277, 278; of a licence to beg, 292; see Coining

Fortescue, master, 301

Fortune-telling, 269

Foster, sir Humphrey, funeral, 114; note, 403

st. Foster, funerals at, 16, 211, 249

Fotheringay, the earl of Devonshire carried to, 64

Fowler, alias Branch, wounds a priest, in St. Margaret's, Westminster, 85; arraigned, ib.; burnt, ib.

Fox-hunting, by the corporation of London, at Saint Giles's, 292

Framlingham, duke of Norfolk buried at, 70

France, peace proclaimed with, 193; note, 372; see French

Francis II. proclaims himself king of Scotland and England, 205; proclamation in London relating to, 229, note, 379; his death, 246

Fray, at Bridewell, 194; another in Fleet street, 195; at court, 245; between lord Montagu's men and lord Delawarr's, 270; in Smithfield, 282; in Redcross street, 293; near Temple bar, 296

French ambassadors, arrive in London, 197; their names, 373; escorted to the queen, 198; entertained with bear and bull-baiting, ib.; depart, 199; riding from Scotland, conducted through London, 270; entertained with bull and bear-baiting, ib.

French, proclamations respecting, 311, 312

French maid in Whitefriars guilty of infanticide, 298

Frenchman, kills a carter in the street, 296

Frence (French?), "one of the masters of Windsor," performs a marriage, 244

Frere, doctor, committed to the counter, 238

Freston, sir Richard, 334; cofferer to the queen, executor to the lady Anne of Cleves, 145; mourner at the king of [Portugal's] obsequies, 148; funeral of his wife, 161; his funeral, 163; note, 362

Friars and monks, dismissed in 1559, 204; ridiculed in a masque, 288

Frogmorton; see Throckmorton

Fulham, funeral at, 171

Fulmer, victualler at the Swan in Whittington college, 132

Funeral service, description of the Protestant, in 1559, 193

Funerals, ceremonies of, Pref. x. decree of the duke of Norfolk respecting, 309

Funerals of
-, Aldermen, 1, 28, 36, 58, 67 (two), 68, 91, 99, 100, 106, 115 (two), 116 (two), 171, 173, 208, 271, 303
-, Aldermen's wives, 5, 46, 58, 109, 144, 167, 175, 190, 199, 232, 235, 240, 256, 269, 294, 299
-, Barons, 3, 7, 38, 50, 71, 115, 120, 133, 158, 172, 176, 217, 243, 297, 309
-, Bishops, 97, 100, 101, 112, 116, 184, 220 (two), 224
-, Cardinal Pole, 181
-, Citizens, 21, 51, 73, 140, 218, 224, 232, 233, Funerals of—234, 235, 237, 247 (two), 263, 269, 291, 293, 296, 311; see under the name of each Company
-, Citizens' wives, 109, 133, 226, 246, 254, 255, 279, 289
-, Countesses, 2 (two), 15, 88, 155, 189, 191, 216, 275, 291
-, Deans, 252, 264
-, Duke, 70
-, Duchesses, 81, 149, 217
-, Earls, 1, 83, 127, 239, 244, 290
-, Emperor Charles V. 184
-, Esquires, 8 (two), 32 (two), 51, 67, 95, 112, 113, 114, 115, 149, 150, 153, 165, 170, 173, 176, 179, 189, 190, 217 (two), 220, 223, 225, 231, 243, 247, 248, 281, 300,
-, Gentlewomen, 144, 276, 288
-, Heralds, 149, 273, 275
-, Household, officers of the royal, 98, 114, 115, 122, 136, 146, 163, 165, 176, 177, 179, 182, 196, 231, 247
-, Judges, 2, 106, 125, 128, 156, 172 (three), 293
-, King Edward VI. 39; King of [Portugal], 148; King of France, 209
-, Knights of the Garter, 8, 105, 160, 184, 192
-, Wife of Knight of the Garter, 282
-, Knights, 3, 7, 8 (two), 16, 22, 24, 27, 29, 31, 43, 57, 67, 73, 76, 108, 116, 121, 128, 136, 148, 150, 156, 157, 158, 161, 163, 164, 168, 171, 173, 174, 181 (two), 185, 187, 188, 191, 192, 194, 209, 211, 215, 217, 219, 222, 224, 238, 243, 244, 255, 256 (two), 281, 308
-, Lawyers, 72, 177, 228, 277, 309
-, Lady Mayoress, 2, 94
-, Ladies (of Barons), 61, 80, 118, 163, 179, 184, 213, 221, 242
-, Ladies (of Knights), 6, 29, 46, 49, 109, 110, 123, 135, 156, 160, 161, 168, 169, 174, 181, 182, 193, 221, 227, 241, 258, 259, 264, 273, 303
-, Lady Jane Seymour, 254
-, Lady of Lord Robert Dudley, 242
-, Marquess (Lady), 188
-, Merchant-stranger, 257
-, Physicians, 95, 164, 170, 177, 235
-, Priests, 99, 251, 286
-, Prior of St. John's, 192
-, Queen of Spain, 90; Anna of Cleves, 147; Queen Mary, 182
-, Recorder of London, 307
-, Serjeant-at-Law, 156
-, Sheriff, 128
-, Sheriffs' wives, 22, 345
-, Spaniards, 71 (two), 75, 79; note, 401
-, Usher of St. Paul's school, 247

Furney, Philip, condemned for coining, 290; hung at Tybourn, ib.

Gage, sir John, constable of the Tower, 39; his funeral, 105; note, 349

Gall, master, barber-surgeon, wins a match of archery, 286

Gardener, Edward, cowper, marries Kynlure Machyn, 287

Gardiner, Stephen, Bishop of Winchester, deposed and sent to the Tower, 3; released, and dines with the Earl of Arundel, 40; entertains the Spanish Ambassadors, 50; a commissioner for the deprivation of bishops, 58; preaches at Paul's cross, 69; chief mourner of the duke of Norfolk's obsequy, 70; dines at Guildhall, 73; attends the opening of Parliament, 74; welcomes cardinal Pole at the stilyard, 75; delivers prisoners from the Tower, 80; attends the procession of the Garter, 85; dies, 96; his funeral, 97; obsequies, 100; note, 347

Garlickhithe, the Earl of Worcester's place at, 301

Garrard, alderman sir William, his pageant as lord mayor, 96; a mourner at funerals, 180, 199, 237, 303, 307; executor with his lady to mrs. Hall, mother of the chronicler, 139; present at the Grocers' feast, 260; at the Merchant-taylors', 262; sits at Guildhall, 290; biographical note, 347

Garrard, sir William, married to Elizabeth Rowe, 376
-, —— lady, godmother to mr. Nicholls's daughter, 305
-, —— Francis, husband of Mary Nicholls, 391

Garrett, lord; see FitzGerald

Garter, installation of the French king in 1551, 9; order of the knights in 1560–1, 250; see St. George's day and feast

Garter king of arms, sir Gilbert Dethick, dines at Thomas Greenhill's, 113; dines with the Merchant-taylors, 287; funerals of higher nobility assigned to him only, 309; see Dethick

Garton (Gascon, or Gascoigne?), sir Henry, knighted, 334

Gascoyne; see Garton and Gaskyn

Gaskyn and Boys, fray between, 293

Gates, sir Harry, committed to the Tower, 37; arraigned and condemned, 41
-, —— sir John, committed to the Tower, 37; arraigned and condemned, 41; beheaded, 332
-, —— young sir John, lives at Bethnal Green, 23
-, —— mistress, widow, buried, 137

Gawdy, Thomas, made a serjeant at law, 27, 327

Gennyngs; see Jennings

"Geneva fashion" of morning prayer, 212

St. George's day, celebration of, in 1552, 17; in 1554, 60; in 1555, 85; in 1557, 132; second account of the same, 134; in 1559, 195; in 1560, 232; in 1561, 287; in 1562, 280; eve and day, 1563, 305, 306; note, 379
-, —— feast, in 1559, 200; in 1560, 234; in 1560–1, 250; in 1561, 258

George in Bread street, fire at, 219; robbery at, ib.

George in Lombard street, 170; note, 365, 392

st. George's field, the city musters there, 202

st. George's, Southwark, funeral at, 252

Gerard, sir Thomas, knighted, 335

Giant, on May day, 201

Giants, the city, 33

Gibbs (Gybes), master, at an oyster feast, 143

Gibbs, funeral (?) of, 249

Gifford, sir George, knighted, 335; his servant killed by a Spaniard, 72, note, 340; his month's mind, 163; note, 362

Gilbert, Edward, chosen alderman, 265; note, 386; at the Goldsmiths' feast, 285; at the Merchant-taylors', 287

Gilbert, goldsmith, slain in St. John's street, 298

st. Giles's day, procession on, in 1556, 103

st. Giles's, Cripplegate, funerals at, 21, 124, 149, 177, 293; christening, 264; merrymaking of the parish of, 132

st. Giles's in the fields, a fox killed there, 292

Glyn, Harry, goldsmith, his wife punished for bawdry, 229

Glynn, William, bishop of Bangor, comes from Rome, 93; consecrated at st. Paul's, 94

God, John, chosen warden of the Merchanttaylors, 91; note, 345

Godolphin, James, 317; sir Wm. 315

Goldsmiths' Company, its feast in 1561, 261; 1562, 285; present at funerals, 47, 123, 138, 160, 211

Goldsmith, punished in the pillory, 140

Goodman, Gabriel, made dean of Westminster, 268; preaches at court, 276; at funerals, 295, 301, 307

Goodrick, sir Richard, at examination of bishop Tunstall, 26; funeral of, 283; note, 390

Goodrick, goldsmith, his son commits suicide, 258

Goodyere, alderman Henry, funeral, 118; note, 354

Goring, sir William, funeral, 57; note, 337

Gosnold, judge, at examination of bishop Tunstall, 26

Gospellers, meeting of, at Islington, 160

Gough ("Gowth"), mistress, funeral, 252

Gough, John, preaches for the Painters on St. Luke's day, 269; preaches at the Goldsmiths' feast, 285; note, 387

Gowns of the "new preachers" like laymen's, 193

Gracious-street, market for malt and meal in, 123

Grafton, Richard, warden of the Grocers in 1555, 90, 108; a master of Bridewell, 205; chief master of Christchurch hospital, funeral of his wife, 236; overseer of the repairs of st. Paul's, 262; note, 406

Granado, sir James, killed, 135; funeral, 136; note, 356

Gravesend, 75, 185, 199; George, the searcher of, committed to the Tower, 102

Great Harry, burnt, 43; note, 333

Green, master, burnt in Smithfield for heresy, 99

Green, sir Edmund, knighted, 335

Greenhill, Thomas, his marriage, 103; makes a great dinner in st. Giles's parish, 113; entertains the mourners at Clarenceux's funeral, 149; godfather to Katharine Machyn, 153; death, 185; funeral, 187; note, 370

Greenway, Ralph, (alderman of London) warden of the Grocers in 1555, 90; and in 1556, 108; entertains mourners at a funeral, 113; his wife godmother to Katharine Machyn, 153. [Stowe says he died 1559, when his body was "put under the stone of Robert Pepper," [grocer, ob. 1445] in the church of st. Dunstan's in the east; but his widow was remarried to alderman John White, in Aug. 1558; see pp. 172, 199.]

Greenway, Thomas, brother of alderman G. burial of his daughter, 289

Greenwich, triumph at, 5, note, 316; king Edward removes to, 17; keeps Christmas there in 1552-3, 28; bishops elected at, 103; queen Mary keeps Christmas there 1556, 122; the court at, 128; banqueting-house erected there, and a tilt of the queen's pensioners, 203; May game at, 201; waterpageant at, on Midsummer day 1561, 261

Greenwich friars, visited by queen Mary and king Philip, 93; cardinal Pole consecrated at their house, 102; dismissed, 204

Greenwich park, 6; musters in, 18, 124, 202
-, —— sir Robert Wentworth buried at, 67

st. Gregory's beside Paul's, funeral, 187, 233; used for service whilst st. Paul's quire was under repair, 261; archery match of the parishioners, 287

Gregory, a Spaniard, or Frenchman, wounds the keeper of Newgate before the judges, 121; has his hand cut off, and hung naked all night, 122; note, 354

Gresham, sir John, his funeral, 116; note, 353

Gresley, sir William, knighted, 335

Gresshope? preaches at st. Paul's, 253

Greville, sir Edward, knighted, 335
-, —— sir Fulke, funeral of, 219; note, 377

Grey, sir Harry, brother to the earl of Kent, his funeral, 293; note, 399
-, —— lady Jane; see Dudley, and Jane
-, —— lord John, brought to the Tower, 54: arraigned, 56; brought to Westminster hall, 64
-, —— lady Katharine; see Hertford
-, —— lord Thomas, brought to the Tower, 56; arrainged at Westminster, 57; beheaded on Tower-hill, 61

Grey (of Wilton), William lord, at sir James Wylford's funeral, 3; sent to the Tower, 10; at sir T. Audley's funeral, 73; chosen K.G. 133, 134; his funeral, 297; note, 393

Grey Friars, their stage play of the Passyon of Christ, 138, 357
-, —— sermons removed to Paul's cross, 262

Greyhound, the queen's ship, lost, 302; note, 390

Greyhound in Fleet street, 151

Greyhound at Westminster, 123

Griffith, Maurice, parson of st. Magnus, consecrated bishop of Rochester, 58; his death, 178; his funeral, 180

Griffyn, mr. the queen's attorney, 348

Grimston, sir Edward, arraigned at Guildhall, 218, note, 408

Grindal, Edmund, preaches before the queen, 190; at Paul's cross, 197; elected bishop of London, 23 June, 1559, 201; preaches at Paul's cross, 222, 226, 237, 271; at court, 252, 279; at a funeral, 241

Grocers' Company, feast in 1555, 89; in 1556, 108; note, 350; in 1560, 257; in 1561, 260; in 1562, 285; present at funerals, 110, 112, 177, 232, 247; their contribution to the musters, 373

Grymes, fined for sheriff, 22

Gryffyn, alias Lawes, canon at Elsing spital, does penance at Paul's cross, 74

Grysse, master, 267

Guard, the king's, their equipment, 7

Guildhall, arraignments at, 4; duke of Northumberland and the privy council sit at, 20; sir Edw. Grimston arraigned at, 218

Guildhall College, even-song procession at, 62; services at, 88, 282; sir Thomas Kneesworth's tomb there repaired, 285

Guilford, king Edward at, 21

Guise, duke of, chief captain at the taking of Calais, 163; expected to encounter the prince of Condé, 295; the battle, 298

Gunpowder, accident from, on Tower-hill, 18; another in Crooked lane, 239; proclamation against keeping, 240

Guns, new, sent to the Tower, 155

Gunter,—chosen master of the Skinners, 283

Gybbs, delivered from the Tower, 18 Jan. 1554, 80

Gybbons, doctor of laws, funeral of his wife, 201

Gybson, serjeant of arms and of the revels, his son burnt for heresy, 157

Gyfford, John, esquire, pennon made for, 308; note, 395

Gylles, the king's beer-brewer, his death and funeral, 10

Gyttons, David, oyster feast in his cellar, 143

Haberdashers, Company of, present at funerals, 136, 166, 303

Hackney, funeral at, 296; procession, 1554, 63

Hadley, beyond Barnet, queen Elizabeth rides thence to London, 179

Hadyngton, master, imprisoned for heretical doctrines, 51

Haliday, burnt in Smithfield, 158

Halifax, rebel executed at, 142

Hall, mistress, the mother of Edward Hall the chronicler, her funeral, 139

Hall, Helyas, or Elizeus, a prophet, 284; note, 390

Halles, master serjeant, elected warden of the Merchant-taylors, 287

Halley, Thomas, Clarenceux; see Hawley

Halywell near Shoreditch, the earl of Rutland's place, 215, 344

Hammond, mr. sent to the Tower, 10

Hamond, fled beyond sea, proclaimed a traitor, 103

Hampstead, funeral at, 151

Hampton Court, king Edward there, 7, 21; the Spanish ambassadors hunt at, 50; queen Mary there, 69, 84, 85, 92; the king and queen hunt the great hart at, 139; queen Elizabeth there, 295

Hampton, lady, obsequy of, 264

Hanging; see Tybourn

Hangman, the, himself hung for theft, 107

Hansley, grocer, funeral of, 232

Hapsam, Edmund, 370

Hare, sir Nicholas, master of the rolls, his funeral, 156; note, 361; death of his widow, 159

Harington, sir John, funeral, 43; note, 334

Harley, John, deprived of the bishopric of Hereford, 58

Harlots, punished, 161

Harold, minister of St. Olave's, Southwark, 242

Harper, sir George, joins sir Thomas Wyatt's rebellion, 52; delivered from the Tower, 80; funeral, 181; note, 369; his widow (married to master Carlton) buried, 224

Harper, Richard, made a serjeant-at-law, 373

Harper, a servant to the earl of Derby, hangs himself, 259

Harper, alderman sir William, at the Merchant-taylors' feasts, 93, 149; chosen sheriff, 108; elected mayor, 268; his inauguration, 270; visits the conduit-heads, and hunts the fox at St. Giles's, 292; note, 387

Harpsfield, John, archdeacon of London, and Nicholas his brother, (one or other of them,) preaches at St. Paul's, 49, 67, 73, 88, 147; at funerals, 112 bis, 117, 177; both are brought before the visitors at St. Paul's, 206 (see this fully described in Strype's Annals); John deposed from the archdeaconry of London, 216

Harris, William, his funeral, 115; note, 352

Harrison, goldsmith, made overseer of the repairs of St. Paul's, 262

Harrys, John, killed, 383

Harstrang, clothworker, 212

Hartgills, their murder; see Stourton

Harvey, William, Norroy, sir Thomas Wyatt surrenders to him, 54; created Clarenceux, 158, note, 361; chosen warden of the Skinners' company, 237; entertains lord Paget and others to dinner, 248; elected warden of the Skinners' company, 260; departs on his visitation of Essex, Suffolk, and part of Norfolk, 264; dines with the Merchant-taylors, 287; christening of his daughter, 288; funeral of his sister, mrs. Welles, 297; his visitation of Suffolk in 1563, 311

Harwich, the prince of Sweden lands at, 213

Hassell, rebel executed at, 142

Hastings, sir Edward (lord Hastings of Loughborough) at the funeral of his aunt the countess of Derby, 2, 314; mentioned, 44; made master of the horse by queen Mary, 38, 39; sent to parley with Wyatt, 52; conducts cardinal Pole into London, 75; at the earl of Bedford's funeral, 84; waits on cardinal Pole at Bow church, 103; made lord chamberlain, 161; brought to the earl of Pembroke's (probably for hearing mass), 256; at st. George's feast, 1563, 305, 306; at installation, 308

Hastings, Henry lord, committed to the Tower, 37

Hastings, sir Thomas, knighted, 334

Hatfield (Bishop's) the princess Elizabeth living there in 1556, 120

Havre de Grace; see Newhaven

Hawes, John, chosen sheriff in 1568, 170; bishops deprived at his house in Mincing lane, 201; note, 364

Hawley, Thomas, Clarenceux, funeral of his sister at the Savoy, 121; his, 149; note, 358

Hay-hill, near Hyde-park, skirmish with the Kentish rioters there, 60; the body of sir Thomas Wyatt hung in chains there, ib.

Hay-lane, 302

Heardson, alderman Henry, his funeral, 99; note, 347

Heath, Nicholas, archbishop of York and lord chancellor of England, receives queen Mary and king Philip at Greenwich, 93; ministers at Westminster abbey on the reception of cardinal Pole, 98; sings mass at the consecration of abbot Feckenham, 120; godfather to Philip earl of Arundel, 141; commissioner to negociate a loan from the city, 168; dines with the lord mayor, 169; at queen Mary's funeral, 183; deposed, 203; sent to the Tower, 238; excommunicated, 249

Heath, of London; see Heth

Heigham, sir Clement, knighted, 342

st. Helen's, Bishopsgate, funerals at, 3, 191

st. Helen's, house in, formerly the residence of Benolte, Clarenceux, sir Arthur Darcy dies at, 255

Heneage, master, of the chapel, committed to the Tower, 102

Heneage, (Robert), his funeral, 111; note, 403

Henley on Thames, celebration of Twelfth day at, 99

Henri II., installed a knight of the Garter in 1551, 9; his eye stricken out when justing, 204; note, 375; his obsequies in st. Paul's, 209, 211

Heralds, creation of, in 1553, 49, 336

Herbert of Cardiff, William lord, made K.B. at queen Mary's coronation, 334; fray between his men and lord R. Dudley's, 245; married to the lady Katharine Talbot, 300; note, 393

Herbert, lady Anne, married to lord Talbot, 300; note, 393

Herbert, sir William, attends the king, 6

Herenden, master, funeral, 239; note, 381

Hereticks, arraigned, and sentenced to be burnt, 82, 87, 89, 130, 169; burnt at Barnet, 91; at Bury, 92; at Canterbury, 91; in the country, 93; at Islington, 152; at Newington, 137, 139; in Smithfield, 157, 161; buried by the Doghouse, in Moorfields, 95, note, 346; imprisoned in the Lollards' tower at [St. Paul's], 118; brought to a sermon at st. Mary Overies, 136

Hereticks' books, proclamation for giving up, 90; note, 344

Heron, master, son of the bastard Heron of the North, his funeral, 147; note, 408

Hertford castle, queen Elizabeth at, 267

Hertford, earl of, brought to the Tower, 266; note, 386

Hertford, Katharine countess of (lady Katharine Grey), her clandestine marriage, 384; brought to bed of a son in the Tower, 267; the child christened, 268, note, 386; gives birth to another son, 300

Hesketh, sir Thomas, knighted, 335

Hethe or Heath, John, serjeant of the king's bakehouse, his funeral, 9; referred to, 168; his widow remarried, 15; her death, 136; preface, x.

Hethe, John, painter-stainer, funeral of, 32; funeral of his wife, 105

Heton; see Eyton

Hewett, alderman sir William, elected lord mayor, 213; knighted, 224; at the Grocers' feast, 260; deputy for the earl of Shrewsbury as godfather to Robert Dethick, 264; at the Merchant-taylors' feast, 287; sits at Guildhall, 290; note, 375

Hewett, lady, wife of sir William, death of, 254; funeral, 256

Heyns, master, steward of the lord cardinal, buried at Hampstead heath, 151

Heys, mr. his funeral, 2

Heys, mrs. her funeral, 119

Heyward, alderman sir Rowland, 391

Heywood, John, 206; note, 374

Hickson, master, 207

Hill, Anthony, funeral of, 247

Hill, sir Rowland, mourner at funerals, 47, 51, 117; executor to sir John Gresham, 253; present at a sermon, 48; performs the service in the Exchequer on Michaelmas day, 268; dole for him during his last illness, 270; death and funeral, 271; note, 387

Hill, Richard, chosen warden of the Merchanttaylors, 91: note, 345

Hinde; see Hynde

Hoby, sir Thomas, his men of arms, 325; his marriage, 364

Hodges, master, committed to the Tower, 102

Holborn, fire in, 211

Holborn field, 298

Holcroft, sir Thomas, sent to the Tower, 10

Holgate, Robert, archbishop of York, carried to the Tower, 46; deprived, 58; delivered from the Tower, 80

Holland, Seth, late dean of Worcester, funeral of, 252

Holle (Hull?), merchant, married to——Sutton, 219

Hollingworth, John, Bluemantle, burial, 215

Holbech, Henry, bishop of Lincoln, death of, 9

Holstein, Adolphus duke of, comes to Somerset place, 229; installed K.G. 247; note, 383

Holyman, John, consecrated bishop of Bristol, 75

Homicide, 64

Hooper, John, deprived of the bishoprick of Gloucester, 58; arraigned, 80; examined, cast to be burnt, and degraded, 81; departs to Gloucester, 82; note, 342

Hoper, sir John, priest, 1

Horn, in Fleet street, 151

Horne, Robert (bishop of Winchester), preaches spital sermons, 192, 254, 304; preaches at Paul's cross, 197, 302; at a funeral, 199; one of the visitors, 206, 207; elected bishop of Winchester, 245; consecrated, 251; preaches at court, 278; present at st. George's day, 281

Horne, master, chief warden of the Merchanttaylors' company, 149

Hornsea, rebel executed at, 102

Horssey, Edward and Francis, fled beyond sea, proclaimed traitors, 103

Hounslow heath, robbery at, 27

Hounslow, the Angel at, 128

House falls down in st. Clement's lane, 34

Howard, sir George, sent against the rebels of Kent, 52; challenger at the justs, 84; note, 337

Howard, master George, a mourner at the duke of Norfolk's obsequy, 70

Howard, Thomas lord, attends the queen of Scots, 11; see Norfolk

Howard, lord Thomas, bears the sword before the queen, 295

Howard, lord William, (the first lord Howard of Effingham, 11 March, 1553–4; lord high admiral, 23 March, 1554, and lord chamberlain 1557); receives the Spanish ambassadors, 50; associated with the lord mayor in defending London during Wyatt's rebellion, 52, 53; parade of his captains and mariners, April 8, 1554, 59; a mourner at the duke of Norfolk's obsequy, 70; conducts the prince of Piedmont to the Tower, 79; with the queen at a muster of the pensioners in Greenwich park, 20 Jan. 1556–7, 124; bears a sword of state, 129; present at st. George's day, 1557, 134; at the funeral of the lady Anna of Cleves, 145; when "lord chamberlain," returns from an embassy to France, 194

Howard, "lady chamberlain," chief mourner at the countess of Oxford's funeral, 189, 190

Howden, execution at, 142

Howell, doctor of physick, funeral of his widow (mistress Parston), 289

ap Howell, Fulke, 336

Howlett, Richard, esquire, his funeral, 243

Huberthorne, alderman sir Henry, a mourner at funerals, 47, 51; at the Merchant-taylors' feast, 93; funeral of his wife, 5; his funeral, 115; note, 352

Huddleston, master, arraigned at Guildhall, 220

Hull, executions at, 142

Hulson, master, burial of. 291; note, 391

Hungerford, sir Anthony, mourner at sir Humphry Foster's funeral, 404; his funeral, 181; note, 369

Hunning, master, purveyor of fish to the queen, 371

Hunsdon, Henry lord, mourner at st. Paul's at the French king's obsequies, 210; challenger at the justs, 217, 233; elected K.G. 257; installed, 258; attends the queen to the mint, 262; bears the sword before the queen, 263; godfather to Robert son of sir Gilbert Dethick; 264; at st. George's feast, 1563, 305, 306

Hunt, mistress, funeral of, 255

Hunting: the Spanish ambassadors, 50; king

Philip and queen Mary, 139; the sheriff of London, 292

Huntingdon, Francis Hastings, 2d earl of, his men of arms, 13, 19; committed to the Tower, 37; brings the duke of Suffolk to the Tower, 54; his funeral, 239; note, 381

Huntingdon, Conyers and Spenser hung for murder at, 102, 103

Huntyngtun, master, preaches at bishop Allen's funeral, 208; at Paul's cross, 212

Hussey, Anthony, death, 236; funeral, 237; note, 380

Hussey, sir Harry, comes from Rome, 93; his funeral, 150; his month's mind, 152; his wife's funeral, 154; note, 359

Hussey, Thomas, 348

Hutton, preaches at Paul's cross, 267

Huwys, the queen's physician, funeral of, 170; note, 364

Hyde Park, musters in, 12, 167, 323

Hyde Park corner, execution at, 256

Hygins, master, committed to the Tower, 102

Hynde, sir John, funeral, 2; note, 314

Hynde, alderman Augustine, his funeral, 67; lived in Milk-street, 170; note, 339

Hynd, master, brought to the Tower for a conspiracy in Cambridgeshire, 83

Images, from the churches, burnt in London, 207, 208, 209; see st. Thomas of Acre

Infanticide, 298

Inns of court, fray with the Kentish servants of the Lord Warden, 65

Ironmongers' Company, feast in 1562, 284; note, 390; present at funerals, 120, 141, 295

Isley, sir Henry, joins sir T. Wyatt's rebellion, 52; funeral of his widow, 258

Islington, processions of, 63, 89; funeral at, 121; heretics burnt there, 152; meeting of Gospellers at, disturbed, 160; queen Elizabeth passes across the fields, 267

Islington butts, 152

Jacob, usher of St. Paul's school, funeral of, 247

Jack of Lent, celebration of, 33

Jakes, merchant-taylor, his funeral, 113

st. James's, Garlickhithe, funeral at, 309

st. James's, Westminster, robbers hung at the court gate, 117; queen Mary there, 158

st. James's park, muster of the pensioners in, 167

st. James's fair, 170, 240

James V. of Scotland, visit of his bastard sons to London, 25; note, 327

Jane, queen, allegiance sworn to, 35; enters the Tower, and proclaimed ib.; notes, 329, 397; see Dudley

Jenkes, captain, hanged at st. Thomas a Watering, 225

Jenyns, lady, daughter to sir John Gage, funeral, 168; note, 363

Jennings (Gennyngs) master, his funeral, 177

Jermy, sir John, funeral of 244; note, 383

Jermyn, sir Ambrose, knighted, 334

Jermyn, sir Thomas, his funeral, 27; note 397

Jerningham, sir Henry, made vice-chamberlain and captain of the guard by queen Mary, 38, 39; created K.B. 45; made master of the horse, 162
-, —— sir Richard, 371

Jhesus, brethren of, 166, 172, 179; note, 365

Jesus chapel at st. Paul's, 178, 221

Jewell, John, bishop of Salisbury, preaches at Paul's cross, 218, 225; at funerals, 222, 224 (denies existence of purgatory) 232; at court, 228, 279; spital sermon, 231; note, 406

Jocelyn, sir John, funeral of, 24; note, 326

st. John's Clerkenwell, inhabited by the lady Mary 4, 5, 20, 21; the Merchant-taylors' feast kept there, 93

st. John street, a goldsmith slain in, 298

st. John Zachary's, May-game, 201; funeral, 286

st. John, master, buried, 301

Johnson, mistress, godmother to Katharine Machyn, 153

Jones, sir Harry, knighted, 335

Jonson, Robert, gentleman to bishop Bonner, buried in Jesus chapel, st. Paul's, 179

Jubilee, the Pope's, taken by the queen and court 4 Sept. and declared at st. Paul's 15 Sept. 1555, 94

Judd, lady, mayoress of London, her funeral in 1550, 2

Judd, alderman sir Andrew, attends funerals, 51, 117; executor to sir John Gresham, 353; funeral of, 173; note, 366

Juego de cannas, 76, 82, 83; note, 401

Julius III. pope, his soul prayed for at Paul's cross, 78; masses through London for his soul, 84

Julius Cæsar played, 276; note, 389

Jury; see Quest.

Justs at court, 187, 216, 231, 233, 276; see Tilting.

Kalkarne, proctor of the arches, funeral of, 175

st. Katharine Coleman, funeral at, 32

st. Katharine Cree-church, funerals at, 111, 211

st. Katharine's by the Tower, funeral dinner at, 296

st. Katharine's eve, its ceremonial at st. Paul's cathedral, 119

Kayes, master, tavern keeper at Greenwich, 100

Kelloway, sir William, knighted, 334

Kemp, master, sent with letters from king Philip to queen Mary, 128

Kenner, John, father of united twins, 23; their death, 24

Kensington, sir Thomas Wyatt at, 54

Kent, Brett and other captains taken thither for execution, 55; the Kentishmen solicit the queen's pardon at Westminster, 56, 57; more pardoned, in Southwark, 57

Kerr, Christian, married lady Beckwith, 369

Kildare, Gerald—see before, Fitzgerald, created Earl of Kildare, 63; brings the great O'Neil to England, 274; at the Merchant-taylors' feast, 287; note, 338

King's Bench, the gatherer of, set in the pillory for fortune-telling, 269

Kingston-upon-Thames, the bridge plucked up at Wyatt's rebellion, 54

Kingston, sir Anthony, imprisoned, 98; note, 347

Kirton; see Kyrton

Kitchin, Anthony, bishop of Landaff, 201

Knevetts, they join sir Thomas Wyatt's rebellion, 52; committed to the Tower, 54

Knevett, sir Anthony, a female prophet instigated by his servant John Drakes, 66
-, —— Richard, funeral, 217; note 376
-, —— sir Thomas, knighted, 335

Kneesworth, sir Thomas, new gear made for his monument in Guildhall chapel, 285

Knightrider-street, lady Chandos buried from, 221

Knights of the Bath at the coronation of queen Mary, 45, 334; at the coronation of queen Elizabeth, 186, 370

Knights made on the morrow of queen Mary's coronation, 334; made by king Philip, 342; fees due on knighthood, 342

Knolles, master, bears the queen's train, 306

Kyndelmarch's house, in the parish of st. John Zachary, 286

Kyrkman, doctor, preaches at a funeral, 22

Kyrton, Alderman Stephen, funeral, 42; atchievements set up for, 60; note, 338