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'Index', The Historical Collections of a Citizen of London in the fifteenth century (1876), pp. 265-279. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=45564 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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Abergavenny, Ric. Beauchamp, Lord, 12

Abergavenny, Lady, 140

Abingdon, 172, 208

Acres, 57

Acton, Sir Roger, 108

Agincourt, battle of, 111–2

Albemarle ("Arundel" in text), Duke of (Edw. Earl of Rutland). 97

Alblaster, Thos., 112

Alcock, John, LL.D., afterwards Bishop of Ely, 229

Aldermanbury, 63

Aldgate, 164, 192

Aldnam, Will., 60

Alençon, 115

Alençon, Count of, slain at Cressy, 82

Alençon, John Duke of, slain at Agincourt, 112

Alençon (Launson), John Duke of, taken prisoner at Verneuil, 157

Alexander III. King of Scotland, 70

Alfonso, King of Castile, 235

Allhallows the More, parson of, 229

Almada. See Vasquyes

Almarle, Lord, 82

Almarre, Earl of, 157

Alnwick, castle of, 218, 219, 220, 227

Alphey,—, 237

Amesbury, Wilts, 209

Ambigensis, man of, 60

Amiens (Amyes), 156

Amiens (Amyas), bailly of, 153

Anjou, 51, 84, 181

Anne of Bohemia, queen of Richard II., 53, 92, 94, 107

Antioch, patriarch of, 235

Antoyne, Monseigneur, 13

Antwerp, 80

Apilton, friar Will., 91

Arblastier (Arblastre)—,187

Arblastier. See Alblaster

Arc, Joan of. See Joan

Arflewe. See Harfleur

Argentan (Argentyne), in Normandy, 115, 149

Armagnac (Maners), Count of, 82, 180

Armagnacs, 151

Armenia, (Ermonye), 182

Arnulfus, Constantine, 63

Arras, Council of, 177

Arteys, bastard of Humph. Duke of Gloucester, 188

Arundel, Countess of, 140

Arundel, Richard Fitzalan, tenth Earl of (1375– 93), 92, 95–6

Arundel, Thos. Fitzalan, eleventh Earl of (1399– 1415), 101, 106

Arundel, John Fitzalan, twelfth Earl of (1415– 21), 139

Arundel, John Fitzalan, thirteenth Earl of (1421– 34), 177

Arundel, Will. Fitzalan, fifteenth Earl of (1437– 87), 211; his son and heir, 182

Arundel, Sir Richard, 9, 105

Arundel, Thos., Bishop of Ely (1374–88), Arch-bishop of York (1388– 96), Archbishop of Canterbury (1396–1413), 89, 94, 97, 101

Ascheley, Sir John, 184, 220

Askham, Will., sheriff, 101

Athens, Duke of, 85

Audeley, Jas., fifth lord (1409–58), 139, 172, 204

Aumale, Comte d'. See Almarle and Almarre

Austin Friars, 67, 96

Ayscough, Will., Bishop of Salisbury, murdered (1450), 194

Axe, the, without Bishopsgate, 108

Babington, Sir Will., Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, (1425), 160

Babthorpe, Sir Rob. 15

Badby, John, 105

Baggot, Sir Will. 102

Bagle, Thos. 172

Bakers and millers, 70

Baldock. See Boldete

Balliol, Edw., son of John, 78, 84

Balowe (Barlowe?) Will., 233

Bamborough Castle, 219, 220, 227

Bamme, Adam, Mayor, 95

Bangor, Bishop of, (Will. Barrow) 140

Bar, Duke of, slain at Agincourt, 112

Bardolf, Lord, 105

Baret, Piers, 150

Baret, W. Sheriff, 91

Barham down (Berandowne), 61

Barlowe. See Balowe

Barons' Wars, the, 61, 68

Barru. See Varru

Bas, Henry, 66

Basle, Council of, 176–7, 182

Bastile, the, at Calais, 179

Bath and Wells, Bishops of, Nic. Bubbewith (1408–24), 140. John Stafford, (1425–43) 169

Bats, Parliament of, 160

Batte, Nic., Sheriff, deposed for perjury, 66

Bayeux, 115

Bayle, John, 192, 194

Baynards' Castle, 60, 163

Beame. See Bohemia

Beauchamp. See Bechampe

Beaufort, Henry, Bishop of Winchester and Cardinal, 113 note, 139, 143, 157–164, 168, 172, 177, 188

Beaufort, Jane, daughter of John, first Earl of Somerset, 157

Beaufort, Margaret, daughter of John, third Earl of Somerset, 140

Beaugé, battle of, 142

Beaumont, Lord, 207, 216

Beauvais (Bevys), 172

Bechampe, Sir John, 93

Becket, St. Thomas, 50, 62

Bedford, castle of, 62

Bedford, John Duke of, Regent of France, 113, 114, 116, 139, 142–3, 150–4, 156–7, 160–1, 168, 176–7. See also John, Lord

Bedford, Anne Duchess of, first wife of the preceding, 176

Bedford, Jaqueline or Jaquetta, Duchess of, second wife of the Regent, afterwards married to Richard Lord Rivers, 176, 206, 232

Belknap, Rob., justice, 93

Belle, in Flanders, 179

Berandowne. See Barham down

Berger, le, a French shepherd named, 172

Bergevenny. See Abergavenny

Berkeley Castle, 76, 78

Berners, Sir Jas., 93

Berwick, 71, 75, 79, 84–5

Beuvron (Bouerne), St. Jaques de, 161

Beverley, Sir John, 108

Beverley, Sir Simon of, 93

Bevys. See Beauvais

Billingsgate, 102

Birsham (Bisham), Berks, 163, 263

Bishopsgate, 106

Black Friars (or Friars Preachers), 70, 107, 161

Blackheath, 89, 108, 190, 191

Blanche, Dame, daughter of Henry Duke of Lancaster, 85

Blois, Earl of, 82

Bloreheath, battle of, 204

Blounte, Sir Thos., 102

Bohemia (Beame), 164

Bohemia, John King of, 82

Bois de Vincennes, 148

Bokerell, Walter, 63

Boldete, Rob. (Baldock, chancellor to Edward II.), 77

Bolingbroke. See Bulbroke

Bolton, a thief, 163

Bonebeaute, Ferrand of, 151

Bonvile, William, Lord, (1449–61) 211, 212

Bordeaux (Burdowes), 66, 89, 175

Bordeaux, Archbishop of (David de Montferrand), 171

Borughe, Will. 93

Botiller, Sir John, prior of Kilmainham, 12

Botton,—, squire, 236

Boucicault (Bursegaunte), Marshal, taken at Agincourt, 112

Bouerne. See Beuvron

Bourbon, Duke of, slain at Poitiers, 85

Bourbon, Duke of, taken prisoner at Agincourt, 112, 115, 163

Bourchier (Bowcer), Lord (Sir Lewis Robsert, ob. 1431), 171

Bourchier (Bowcer), Hen. Lord (1435–61) Earl of Essex (1461–83), 181, 211, 212

Bourchier, Thos. Abp. of Canterbury (1454–86), 231

Bouteiller, Guy le, Capt. of Rouen, 13, 42, 122

Brabant, 80

Brabant, Duke of, slain at Agincourt, 112

Bradschawe, Edmond, 225

Braybroke, Rob., Bishop of London, 98, 100

Brembly, Sir John, 204

Brembre, Nicholas, 90, 91–3

Brentwood, 64–5

Bretailles. See Brytellys

Breune (Browne) John le 154, 156

Brézé (Brasylle), Pierre de, 220

Bridlington, Canon of, 74

Brienne, Earl of, 144,

Briga, Duke of, 113

Bristol, 77, 84, 101, 102, 158

Britanny, 82, 235

Britanny, Duke of, 153

Britanny, Arthur of, 161

Brokers, Sir Bernard, 102

Bromholm, the Cross of, 62

Browne, John, 93, 108

Browne, Sir Nichol, 93

Bruce, David, King of Scots, 78

Bruges (Bryggys), 89

Bryak (S. Brieux in Britanny) 105

Bryan, John, Sheriff, 122

Bryce, Harry, Sheriff, 233

Bryce, Will., 225

Brytellys, Lewis de, 236

Buchan (Bogham) Earl of, 157

Buckingham, Henry Stafford, Duke of (1460–83) 216

Buckingham, Humphrey Stafford, Duke of, (1441– 60), 207

Buckingham, (Anne), Duchess of, wife of the preceding, 207

Bulbroke (Bolingbroke), Roger, 183, 184

Burdete, Nich. 150

Burford upon the Wold, 215

Burgo, Hubert de, 64–5

Burgundy, 89, 237

Burgundy (Burgayne) Anne of, 154

Burgundy, Duchess of, 181

Burgundy, Charles the Bold, Duke of, 235, 237

Burgundy, John the Fearless, Duke of, 16, 30–1, 40, 106, 114, 143, 151

Burgundy, Margaret of, 154

Burgundy, Philip the Good, Duke of, 153, 171, 177–9, 205, 235 See also Chardais

Burgundy, bastard of, 236

Bursegaunte. See Boucicault

Bury St. Edmund's, 91; Parliament at, 187, 188

Bury St. Edmund's, Prior of, 91

Bushy, Sir John, 96, 101

Butler. See Ormond

Butler, John, 225

Bydon, —D.D., 233

Byschoppe, John, 214

Cade, John, 194. See Kent, Captain of

Caen (Cane), 49, 82, 115, 189

Calais, 51, 82, 95, 104, 111–12, 114, 161, 171, 173, 176, 178–9, 181, 190, 205, 206

Calais, Bastile at, 179

Cambridge, 179

Cambridge, Edmund of Langley, Earl of, 88–9. See York, Duke of

Cambridge, Richard of Conisburgh, Earl of, 109, 139

Camois, Lord, 178

Canne, John, 74

Canterbury, 58, 84, 158, 171, 178, 180–1, 196

Canterbury, Archbishops of. See Chicheley, Henry; Sudbury, Simon; Stafford, John; Bourchier, Thos.

Canterbury, St. Edmund, of. See St. Edmund

Carew, Thos., Baron of, 9

Carlisle, Edward Story, Bishop of, 229

Carlisle, Roger Whelpdale, Bishop of, 140

Carmelite Friars. See Friars, White

Carnarvon, Edward of, 52

Cassy, Sir John de, 236

Castle Baynard. See Baynard's Castle

Catalonia (Catelan), a knight of, 184

Catherine of France, Queen of Henry V., 53, 128, 138, 179–180; her coronation, 138–141

Caudebec, 10

Caundische, Sir Simon (should be John), chief justice, 91

Celley, Sir Thos., 102

Cely, Sir Benet, 102

Chalons, Bishop of, slain at Poitiers, 85

Chambyrlayne, Sir Roger, 188

Chambyrlayne, Sir William, 182

Chancellerys, Philip of, 144. See Gamoches

Chancellor of England. See Beaufort, Henry; Nevill, George

Chanfew, Henry, 13

Chapman, John, 226

Charles, Dauphin, Regent of France, son of John II., afterwards Charles V., 85

Charles VI. of France, 110, 128, 138, 149

Charolais, Philip, Count of, son of John Duke of Burgundy, 114

Charter House, Prior of the, 239

Chateau Gaillard, 51, 58

Chaunler, John de, 150. Chaynye. See Cheny

Cheap, 93, 186, 192; the Cross in, 112, 174, 183, 186; the Great Conduit, Standard, &c. in. See Conduit, &c.

Chef de Caux (Kytkawys), in Normandy, 109

Cheny. See Cheyne

Cherbourg, 11, 121, 189

Cheshire men, 98

Chester, 158, 204

Chester, West, Earldom of, 80

Chester, Bishop of. See Coventry and Lichfield

Cheyne, or Cheny, Sir John, 95, 105, 160

Cheyne, Sir Will., ChiefJustice of the King's Bench (1425), 160

Chicheley, Henry, Archbishop of Canterbury, 39, 139, 143, 159, 163, 165–6

Chichester, 84

Chichester, Bishop of. See Moleyns, Adam

Christ, a man pretending to be, 63

Churches in London robbed, 234

Cinque Ports, barons of the, 139, 168

Cirencester (Sussetyr), 102

Cirone, Lord of, 150

Cisse, Guichard of, 143–4

Clarence, Lionel Duke of, 88. See also Lionel

Clarence, Thos. Duke of, brother to Henry V., 3, 6, 7, 23, 24, 109, 115, 121, 139, 142. See also Thomas, Lord

Clarendon, Wilts, 199

Claryngdone, Sir Roger, 103

Claydon, John, 108

Claykyn (Guesclin), Oliver de, 88

Clerkenwell, St. John's Priory at, 91, 108, 157, 191

Clifford, Lady, "sister to Harry, the Earl of Northumberland," 140

Clifford, John Lord (1392– 1422), 121, 139

Clifford, John Lord (1455– 61), 209, 210, 216–7

Clifford, Thos. Lord (142255), 198

Clifford, Ric., Bishop of London, 140, 148

Clopton's Place, Mile End, 192

Clydrowe, Ric., 103

Cobham, Eleanor. See Gloucester, Duchess of

Cobham, Lord. See Oldcastle

Cobham, Lord E. (should be Sir John), 95–6

Cock, the, in Cheap, 93

Cockefelde, Rob., 225

Coinage, 83, 106, 227

Coke, Sir Thos., accused of treason, 236

Cold Herborowe, in London, 161

Coleshill, Warw., 205

Cologne (Coleyne), 101

Cologne (Colayne), Bishop of, 182

Combe, John, 209

Comets, 88, 177

Compiegne (Compayne), 171

Conduit at Cornhill, 174

Conduit, the Great, in Cheap, 186

Conduit, the Little, 93, 175, 186

Conisburgh, Ric. of. See Cambridge

Conqueror, Rob. 226

Constance, daughter of Peter the Cruel of Castile, married to John of Gaunt, 89, 92

Constance, Council of, 112, 114, 116

Constantinople, Emperor of. See Palæologus

Cordwainers, 238

Corffe Castle, 209

Corn, scarcity of, 83, 181

Cornhill, 186

Cornhill, Conduit at, 174

Cornhill, St. Michael's, 184

Cornhill, St. Peter's, parson of, 233

Cornwall, Duchy of, 80

Cornwall, Earl of. See Eltham, Sir John of

Cornwall, Sir John, 7, 105, 116, 121, 183

Counter, 115

Courtney,—,Chancellor of Oxford, 105

Coventry, 97, 158, 172, 203, 205, 206, 209

Coventry, prior of, 57

Coventry and Lichfield (or Chester), Will. Heyworth, Bishop of, 165

Creechurch (Crychyrche), 184

Cressy, Battle of, 82

Cromwell, Ralph, Lord (1418–56), 172

Crowemere, Will. 192, 193

Crutched Friars, 74

Cyprus, Cardinal of, 177

Dalalaund, Thos. 236

Dalyngrygge, Sir Edw. 93

Damelet, Hugh, parson of St. Peter's, Cornhill, 233, 235

Dankester. See Doncaster

Dannoy (Damoy), John, 143–4, 147–8

Darcy, Lord, 141

Daune, Sir John, 204, 217

Dauphin. See Charles

Dauson, Will., 225

David II. of Scotland, 78, 82, 85

Delalaund. See Dalalaund

Delaware, Lord, 141

Denham (or Dynham), Sir John, 205

Denia (Dema), Earl of, 88

Derby, Earl of. See Henry IV.

Derham. See Durham

Devereux(Deverose), Sir Walter, 207

Devizes (the Vyse), Wilts, 187

Devonshire, 205

Devonshire, Earl of, 209, 216, 217

Domerville, Bern., 143

Domfront (Dennifrount), 7, 10

Doncaster (Dankester), 227

Dorset, Earl of, (Edm. Beaufort), 181. See also Mortain

Dorset (should be Dublin), Marquis of, 93

Douglas, Earl, 103, 157

Dover, 138, 190

Downe, John, 171

Dry Summer, the, 83

Dublin (Develyn), 102

Dublin, Bishop of, 113

Dublin (Develyn), Marquis of, 92

Dunfermline, 78

Dunkirk, 92

Dunstable, 81, 212

Dunstanborough Castle, 219, 227

Duras, John, 150

Durham (Derham), 219, 223

Durham, Bishop of, (Th. Langley), 140, 168

Dymmoke, Sir Philip, 168

Dynbam. See Denham

Earthquake, 92

Eastcheap, 106

Eberalle, Dr. Thos., 235

Eccleshall (Egyllyssale), Staff. 204

Edinburgh, 72

Edington, Wilts, 194

Edward I., 52; birth of, 65; reign of, 69–73

Edward II., 52; as Prince, 72; reign of, 73–77; death of, 78

Edward III., 52; birth of 74; reign of 77–90

Edward IV., 54; as Earl of March, 205, 211, 215; his accession, 215; his reign, 216–39; his marriage, 226; entertained by the Lord Mayor, 232

Edward the Black Prince, 78, 80, 85, 88, 90

Edward Prince of Wales, son of Henry VI., 209, 212, 214, 216–17

Edyrbeke, John, 226

Egremont, Lord, 202, 207;

Eleanor, Queen of Henry III. 65

Elizabeth, Queen of Edward IV., 226, 227, 232

Eltham, 108, 160, 163, 171

Eltham, Sir John of, Earl of Cornwall, brother of Edw. III., 80

Ely, Bishop of, his place in Holborn, 114

Ennowde. See Hainault

Erpingham, Sir Thomas, 109

Essex, insurrection in, 91

Estefylde, Will., 182

Estouteville (Tutvyle), the Lord, 109

Eu, Count of, slain at Poitiers, 82, 85

Eu, Count of, taken at Agincourt, 112

Eu, Earl of (Henry Bourchier, afterwards Earl of Essex), 183

Evesham, battle of, 68

Exeter, 158

Exeter, Bishops of, Edmund Lacy (1420–55), 140; Geo. Nevill (1456– 65), 212

Exeter, Duke of, (Thos. Beaufort, 1416–26), 2, 3, 7, 8, 23, 42–3, 109, 116, 148

Exeter, Duke of (Sir John Holland, 1397–1401), 97, 101

Exeter, Duke of (John Holland, 1443–6), 188

Exeter, Duke of (Henry Holland, 1446–73), 196, 210, 216

Eyre, Simon, Mayor of London, 187

Falaise (Faleys), 116, 149; capitation of, 117–121; surrender of the castle, 258–262

Falconbridge (Fauconbrygge), Lord, 216

Fastolf, Sir John, 150, 163

Fayette, Sir Gilbert Mounstrewys, Lord of. 117

Fenwyke, Thos., 225

Ferby,—, clerk, 102

Ferrara, Count de, 235

Ferrers of Chartley, Edmund Lord, 10

Ferrers of Groby, Will. Lord (1387–1444), 141

Ferrers of Groby, John Grey Lord (1457–61), 217, 226

Feversham, 50

Fife, Earl of, 103

Fitz-Hugh (Fehewe), Henry Lord, 8, 34, 109, 116, 121–2, 141

Fitz-Hugh, Rob., Bishop of London, 177

Fitz-Walter (Fewater), Walter Lord (1428–32), 172, 175

Fitz-Walter, John Ratcliffe, Lord (ob. 1461), 216

Flanders, 84, 89, 104, 114, 179

Flanders, Earl of, 82

Fleet Street, 91, 94, 171, 228, 229

Flemings, 89, 91, 92, 158, 237, 238

Folthorp, Rob. (should be Roger), Justice, 93

Fontevraud (Synt Everard), 50, 58

Foreste, Lord of the, 153

Fortescue, Sir John (Lord Foschewe), 217

Founteneye, Sir Piers of, 150

France, 171–2, 218; a bishop of, 168

France, Admiral of, 92

France, Constable of, slain at Agincourt, 112

France, Marshal of, taken at Agincourt, 112

Franciscans. See Friars, Grey

Frank, John, master of the rolls, 181

Frederic III., Emperor, 235

Friar Austin, a, 204

Friar, a Black, 230

Friar, a Grey, 229

Friars, Black, or Preachers, 59, 196

Friars, Grey, or Minors, (Franciscans), 63, 157, 194

Friars, White, or Carmelites, 62, 228, 229, 231. See also White Friars

Frosche, Will., 143

Furness (Forneysse) Fells, in Lancashire, 232

Furnival, Lord, 141

Fyndorne, Sir Thos., 224, 225

Fynes, Sir Jas., Lord Say, Treasurer of England, 192

Fysche, Sir Edmund, 225

Fyscher, Jas., 201

Gam, David, 112

Gamoches (Gamcelys), Philip, 143, 147

Gamulle (or Ganville?), Lord of, 117

Gardyner, John, 180

Garter, Knights of the, 81

Gascony, 88

Gascony and Guienne, vintage of, 178

Gaste, Sir Lewis, 143–4, 147

Gaucourt, the Lord, 109

Gaunt, John of, Earl of Richmond (1342), Earl of Lancaster (1362), 85, 88, 89, 92, 96, 101

Gaveston (Cavyrston), Piers, 76

Gaylard (Chateau Gaillard), 51

Gayton, Geron of, 66

Genoa (Jene), carracks of, 104, 114, 115

Glasdale,—, squire, 164

Glendower, Owen, 102

Gloucester, 51, 52, 62

Gloucester, Duchess of (Eleanor Cobham), 183, 184

Gloucester, Humphrey Duke of, 11, 12, 16, 23, 25, 33, 39, 114, 121, 139, 158, 159, 160, 168, 176, 179, 188, 189, 193, 198

Gloucester, Richard de Clare, Earl of, 68

Gloucester, Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of, 92, 95, 104

Gloucester, Thomas Lord Spencer, Earl of, 97

Gooche, Joan, 186

Gosse, Thos., 225

Gough, Matthew, 193

Grame, Robert, 180

Grand Jaques, 14, 41

Grasse,—, 143

Gravelines, 114

Gravesend, 91

Graville, Sir John, 150

Gray, Lord, 121

Gray, Lord, of Ruthven (Ryffyn), 139

Gray, Lord, of Wilton, 141

Gray, John, 93

Gray, Sir John, 9

Gray, Sir Ralph, 220, 227

Gray, Sir Thomas, 109

Greenwich, 190, 191

Grene, Sir John, 101

Grey, Eliz., widow of Sir John, married to Edward IV., 226

Grey Friars. See Friars

Greystock, Ralph Lord (1435–85), 210

Groysyne. See Guesene

Grysly, Sir John, 204

Guernsey, 205

Guesclin, Du. See Claykyn

Guesene, Guesseny, or Groysyne, Rob. de, 143– 4, 147

Guienne, 78, 82, 84, 206

Guildhall, 101, 184, 192, 193

Gylott, John, vintner, 106

Habyngdon. See Abmgdon

Hainault (Ennowde), invaded, 158

Hainault, Jaqueline of. See Holland, Duchess of

Hainault, Earl of, 76, 78

Hainault, Seneschal, of, 105, 112

Haldon, Thomas, D.D., 228–230

Hales, Sir Robert, prior of St. John's, 91

Halydon Hill, battle of, 103. N.B. This is an error, the battle really intended being that of Homildon Hill, although it is mentioned in the same page by its right name.

Hamdon, Sir Thos., 204

Hammys, Sir Thos. 217

Hampshire, 186

Hampton. See Southhampton

Harberde, Thos. 188

Harcourt, Lord of, 82

Hardon, Sir Ric. 204

Harfleur (Arflewe, or Harflete), 12, 149, 178; siege of, 109–111; lost by the English, 189

Harington, Lord, 7, 141

Harington, Sir Will., 7, 116, 121

Harlech (Hardelowe) Castle, in Wales, 209, 237

Harold, King, 49

"Harvest of Heads," 197

Haryndon, Sir Thomas, 204, 210

Haryngdon, Lord (William Bonville, 1460), 210

Hastings, Sir Thos. Hoo Lord, 196

Haukyns, John, 237

Haverfordwest (Herfordeeste), 211

Havering atte Bower, Essex, 180

Hawkwood, Sir John, 88

Hawley, Rob., 91

Hayforde, Humphrey, sheriff, impeached, 237

Haywardyn, a thief, 193

Henowde. See Hainault

Henry I., 50

Henry II., 50

Henry III., 51; birth of, 60; reign of 62-69

Henry IV., 53, 180; as Earl of Derby, 92, 96; made Duke of Hereford, 97; as Duke of Lancaster, 101; reign of, 102– 107

Henry V., 1, 2, 6, 21, 28– 33, 41, 53, 170; knighted by Richard II. in Ireland, 101; as Prince of Wales, 103, 105; reign of, 107–148; death of, 148

Henry VI., 54; birth of, 142; reign of, 149–215; coronation of, 165–170; at the first battle of St. Alban's, 198; his illness at Clarendon, 199; makes peace between the two parties at Coventry, 203; grants the succession to the Crown to the Duke of York, 208; at the second battle of St. Alban's, 211–12, 214; defeated at Towton, flies to Scotland, 217; lays siege to Norham, 220; retires again to Scotland, 220–1; is taken in Lancashire, 232

Henry of Trastamara, King of Castile, 88

Herbert, Will. Lord, of Wales, 237

Hereford, 77

Hereford, Duke of. See Henry IV.

Herflete. See Harfleur

Herlyon, John, 63

Hexham, Battle of, 224

Heyworth, Will., Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 165

Highbury, 91

Hody, Alex., 209

Hoggys (la Hogue in Normandy), 106

Holland, 114

Holland, Jaqueline Duchess of, 142–3, 158

Holland, William Duke of, 114

Holland, Sir John(created Earl of Huntingdon 1387, Duke of Exeter, 1387–9), 97, 101, 102

Holland, John (second Earl of Huntingdon, 1417, created Duke of Exeter, 1443), 9, 10, 11, 17, 22, 115, 176–7, 182

Holland, Henry, son and heir of the preceding, Duke of Exeter (1446– 73), 182

Holland, Thos., third Earl of Kent, created Duke of Surrey (1397), 97, 102

Holte, John, Justice, 93

Holy Island, 219

Holy Land, 57

Homildon (Humbyldon) Hill, Battle of, 103

Hongerford. See Hungerford

Hoo, Sir Thos., Lord Hastings, 196

Hoosy, Sir Thos., 225

Horne, Rob., 192

Horse Down (Horsleydown), 186, 238

Hull, 84, 210

Humbyldon Hill. See Homildon Hill

Hundenn, Ric., 171

Hungary, heretics of, 162

Hungerford, Sir Walter, Steward to Henry V. 34, 121–2

Hungerford, Walter Lord (1426–49), 181; son of 160

Hungerford, Rob. Lord (1459–64), 219, 220, 224, 225

Hunte, Thos., 225

Hunte, Walter, 225

Huntingdon, Countess of, 139, 161

Huntingdon, Earl of. See Holland, Sir John and John

Indulgence, plenary, 197

Interdict, Papal, 59, 60

Ireland, 93, 189, 205, 208

Ireland, Duke of, 93. See Oxford, Earl of

Isabel of Bavaria, Queen of Charles VI. of France, 128, 138

Isabella of France, Queen of Edward II., 74, 76

Isabella of France, second Queen of Richard II., 53, 95

Ive, Will., of Wykeham's College, Winchester, afterwards master of Whittington's College, London, 203, 228, 230– 232, 235

Jakys, Black, 225

James I. of Scotland, 138– 9, 157, 171; slain, 180

Jaques, Grand, 14, 41

Jene. See Genoa

Jenico d'Artas, 9

Jews, 68, 70, 72

Joan, sister to Edward III., 78

Joan of Arc (the "Pucelle"), 164, 171–2

Joan of Navarre, Duchess of Britanny, Queen of Henry IV., 103, 113, 180

John, King of England, 51, 59–61

John II., King of France, 84, 85

John, Lord, son of Henry IV., 106. See also Bedford, John Duke of

John, Lewis, 182

Jone, Rob. le, 153

June, Sir John, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 160

Katharine. See Catherine

Kemp, John, Bishop of London (1421–6), Archbishop of York (1426– 52), Archbishop of Canterbury (1452–4), Cardinal, 148, 163, 181, 193

Kennington, 182

Kent, 197, 206; insurrections in, 91, 181, 190

Kent, Countess of (Joan, widow of Thomas, third earl), 139

Kent, Earl of (Edmund of Woodstock), 78

Kent, Thomas Holland, third Earl of, created Duke of Surrey, 97

Kent, Edmund Holland, fourth Earl of, 104, 105

Kent, Captain of, 190–4

Keryel, Sir Thomas, 212

Khan, the Great (Kublai Khan), of Tartary, 69

Kilmainham, priors of; Sir John Botiller, 12; Thomas Fitzgerald, 187

King's Bench prison, 193, 194

Kingston-on-Thames, 96

Kirkeby,—, 91

Knights of the Bath, 186

Knolles, Sir Robert, 104

Kylburge (?), castle of, 79

Kytkawys. See Chef de Caux

Lambert of Le Legys, 63

Lamberte, Dame Joan, 65

Lambeth (Lambeffe), 229

Lancashire, 208, 232

Lancaster, Dame Blanche, Duchess of, 88

Lancaster, Duke of. See Gaunt, John of

Lancaster, Henry Duke of, 84

Lancaster, Thomas Earl of, 52, 76

Langdon, John, Bishop of Rochester, 165, 177

Langham, Simon, Archbishop of Canterbury and Cardinal, 90

Langley, 53

Latimer, Geo. Nevill, Lord (1432–69), 210

Launde, Prior of, 103

Launde, Rob., 91

Launoy, Oliver de, 151

Launson. See Alençon

Leadenhhall, 186

Leche, Sir Philip, 9

Legate from the Pope, 235

Leicester, 108, 160, 189, 190

Lesnes Castle, 184

Lewes, Battle of, 68

Liberties of the City, 64, 77

Lincoln, 84

Lincoln, Bishop of (Ric Flemyng), 140

Lionel, Sir, son of Edward III. 80. See Clarence, Duke of

Llewelyn, Prince of Wales, 69–71

Lokton, John, Justice, 93

Lollards, 108

Lombards, 161, 182, 199

Lombardy, 88

London, passim. The City in ill favour with with Richard II.. 98; its petition to him, 98– 101. Henry VI. rides through, 171

London Bridge, 60, 61, 95, 103, 105, 159, 162–3, 172 –3, 179, 181, 186, 187, 188, 193, 194, 197, 218, 227

London House (Bishop of London's Palace), 158, 208

London, Tower of. See Tower

London, walls of, 63

London, Bishops of; Ric. Clifford (1407–21), 140; Wm. Grey (1426–31), 167; Thos. Kemp (1448–89), 230, 231, 233

London, mayor and aldermen of, 168

Longueville, Earl of, 85

Lorraine, Duke of, 82

Louis, son of Philip Augustus, King of France (afterwards Louis VIII.), 61, 62

Louis, Dauphin, son of Charles VI., 110

Louis XI. of France sends ambassadors to Edward IV., 235

Louvain, in Brabant, 93

Louvers (Lovers), 122

Lovell, Lord, 217

Lucy, Sir Will., 207

Ludgate, 102, 161

Ludlow, 205, 207

Lumney, Sir Ralph, 102

Lupe, Peron de, 143, 144, 148

Lutterworth, Leic., 163

Lydgate, John, his ve on the Kings of E land, 49–54

Lyndesay, David of, 9

Lynn, 180

Lyonys, Ric., 91

Maidstone, 181

Malette, Philip, 143

Malpas, Cheshire, 209

Malpas, Philip, 191, 19

Mannynge, Thos., LL.B., Dean of Windsor, 233

March, Anne Countess 140

March, Edmund Mortimer, Earl of, 114, 121, 139, 158

March, Edward, Earl See Edward IV.

Marche, Will., 65

Marchelle, Sir Lewis, 150

Mare, Bernard de la, 225

Margaret of Anjou, Queen of Henry VI., 185, 186, 204, 208, 209, 212, 217, 218, 220, 221; her party 204, 210, 212–15

Margaret, sister to Edward IV., married Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, 237

Marr, Earl of, 157

Marshal, Earl. See Mowbray

Marshalsea prison, 193

Martin V., Pope, 116,172

Mary of Gueldres, Queen of Scots, 220

Massam, Nich. 225

Mauley, Ralph Big Lord, 217

Mautravers, John, 13

Mawdleyn,—, clerk, 102

Mawley, Lady, 140

Mayne, Thos., 193

Mayor of London, to presented to the Bar of the Exchequer, his precedence vin cated 222–3

Mayors of London, begun, 59

Mayors and Sheriffs. The names of these officers as contained in Gregory's Chronicle are not included in this Index except when any of them happens to be mentioned by name in the text of the record. But a chronological list of them will be found in the Appendix, pp. 241–258

Meaux en Brie (Mewys), 142–3, 149; capitulation of, 143–8; recovered by the French, 182

Medway, river, 104

Melun sur Seine (Myleu), 138

Menard, Quentin, 154, 156

Merlowe, Ric. Mayor, 107

Merton, 160; statute of, 65

Merville, Bernard de, 143, note

Meulan (Pounce Mylanke), 149; capitulation of, 150–3

Meulhou. See Molene

Mewys Colman, ship called, 92

Middleham, Yorkshire, 225

Milan, Earl of, his daughter, 104

Milbrook, Hants, 201

Mile End, 95, 192

Millers and Bakers, 70

Minor Friars. See Friars

Molene (Meulhou?), Sir Will., 116

Moleyns, Adam de, Bishop of Chichester, Lord Privy Seal, 187, 189

Molines, Lord, 164

Molyners, Sir Rob., 204

Mombray. See Mowbray

Montague, John Nevill, Lord (1461–71), 220, 223, 224, 226, 227; created Earl of Northumberland, 227

Montivilliers (Mustarde Vylers), in Normandy, 189

Montferrand, David de, Archbishop of Bordeaux, 171

Montgomery, John, 218

Moraunte, —, fishmonger, 102

Moray (Moryk), John Dunbar, Earl of, 93

Moray, John Randolph, third Earl of, 80

More, the Archbishop of York's place in Hertfordshire, 236

Morgan, Philip, Bishop of Worcester, 167

Mortain, Edmund Beaufort, Earl of, 172, 178, 181; created Earl of Dorset, 181

Mortain, Edward Holland, Earl of, 8

Mortimer, John, name assumed by Jack Cade, 193

Mortimer, Sir John, 157, note

Mortimer, Sir Roger, 78, 79

Mortimer, Sir Thomas, 96, 157

Mortimer's Cross, Battle of, 211

Morton, Dr., afterwards Bishop of Ely and Archbishop of Canterbury, 214, 218

Mote de Tylly, Lord of, 150

Motte, John de la, 143

Mounstrewys. See Fayette

Mountayne, Lord of, 150

Mowbray, Catherine, Countess Marshal (wife of Thos. Earl of Nottingham), 139

Mowbray, John, Earl Marshal, 7, 23, 139; created (second) Duke of Norfolk, 157, 163, 168

Mowbray, John, son of the preceding, afterwards third Duke of Norfolk, 160. See Norfolk.

Mowbray, Thos. Earl of Nottingham and Earl Marshal (1383–97), Duke of Norfolk (1397– 1413), 92, 93, 95, 97

Mowbray (Mombray), Lord (ob. 1397?), 97

Mowbray, Thos., Lord beheaded (1405), 104

Mowbray, Marg., daughter of Thos., first Duke of Norfolk, 140

Murrain of beasts, 162

Mustarde Vylers. See Montivilliers

Myleu. See Melun

Mylton, —, Squire, 188

Mylverton, John, D. D., provincial of the White Friars, 229, 230

Mynstyrwode, Sir John, 90

Myrayle, John of, 150

Myrfyn, Rob. 225

Najara, battle of, 88

Naples, King of (Ferdinand I.), 235

Nedam, —, yeoman, 188

Nete, Will., 186

Nevill, Alex, Archbishop of York, ("Canterbury" in text), 89, 93

Nevill, Eliz. Lady, 140

Nevill, Geo., Bishop of Exeter (1456–65); Archbishop of York (1465– 76); Lord Chancellor (1460–67), 212, 223, 230, 236

Nevill, Sir Humphrey, 224

Nevill, John, Lord (ob. 1461), 210, 216, 217

Nevill, Sir John, Lord Nevill, 9, 140

Nevill, Sir John, 204

Nevill, Ralph, Lord, created Earl of Westmorland, 97

Nevill, Sir Richard, made Earl of Salisbury, 163; wife of, 140–1

Nevill, Sir Thos. 204

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 79, 217, 221, 223–26

New Forest, 199

Newgate, 77, 102, 116, 156–7, 192, 194, 202, 235

Nicholas of the Tower, the, ship, 190

Nobles (coins), 106

Norfolk, Countess of (MargaretPlantagenet), created Duchess of, 97

Norfolk, first and second Dukes of. See Mowbray

Norfolk, John Mowbray, third Duke of (1432–61), 181, 195, 211, 212, 216. See also Mowbray

Norham Castle, 220, 224

Normandy, 51, 58, 59, 82, 84, 108, 115, 138, 148, 162, 189; chief butler of, 150; chamberlain of, 196

Northampton, 68, 75, 160, 221–2; battle of, 204, 205, 207, 209

Northamptonshire, 195

Northewode, John, 89

Northumberland, 218, 219

Northumberland, Countess of, 140

Northumberland, Henry Percy, first Earl of (1377–1408), 101, 105

Northumberland, Henry Percy, second Earl of (1414–55), 140–1, 179, 198

Northumberland, Henry Percy, third Earl of, (1455–61) 210, 216–7

Northumberland, Earl of. See Montague, Lord

Norwich, bishops of: Henry Spencer, (1370–1406), 92; John Wakering (1416–25), 140; William Alnewick (1426–36), 172; Thomas Brown (1436–45), 181

Norwich, Mayor of, 180

Nottingham, 58, 78, 93

Nottingham, Earl of. See Mowbray, Thomas

Oldcastle, Sir John, Lord Cobham, 106–8, 116

Orleans, siege of, 162–4

Orleans, Charles Duke of, taken prisoner at Agincourt, 112, 181, 183

Orleans, Louis Duke of, 106

Orleans, Bastard of, 182

Ormond, Joan, Countess of (ob. 1430), 171

Ormond, James Butler, fourth Earl of (1405– 52), 7, 183, 186

Ormond (Urmounde), Sir James Butler, son and heir to the fourth Earl of, 160; fifth Earl (1452– 61), 198. See Wiltshire and Ormond

Oxford, 63, 172, 176, 183, 215

Oxford, Countess of, 140

Oxford, Robert de Vere, ninth Earl of, made Marquis of Dublin (1386), 92, 93

Oxford, Aubrey de Vere, tenth Earl of (1392– 1400), 102

Oxford, John, twelfth Earl of (1417–61), 160, 183, 218; his son Aubrey, 218

Oysyll, Harry, 60

Page, John, 45

Palæologus, John, Emperor of Constantinople, 182

Pardon from Rome, general, 197

Paris, 16, 173, 178

Parker, Sir Harry, 228, 230

Paslewe, Ric., 66

Paul's, St. See St. Paul's

Paul's Cross, 98, 163, 182, 183, 228–230, 238

Pedwardyne, Thos., 115

Pembroke, John Hastings, Earl of (1348–75), 89

Pembroke, Jasper Tudor, Earl of (1452–61), 209, 211, 237

Pennewys, M. de, 13

Penyngton, Will., 225

Perche, Earl of, of Mortain, 172

Percy, Sir Harry, first Earl of Northumberland, 101

Percy, Harry (Hotspur), son of the preceding, 101, 103

Percy, Sir Thomas, 96; created Earl of Worcester, 97; beheaded, 103

Percy, Sir Ralph, 219, 220, 224

Pernys, John, sheriff, 122

Perrys, Piers or Peter, Mr., an English heretic at Basle, 176

Pestilence, the third, 88

Peter. See Perrys

Peter the Cruel of Castile, 88, 89

Peytowe, Sir William, 182

Philip VI. of France, 82, 84

Philip, son of John II. of France, 85

Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy. See Burgundy

Philippa of Hainault, Queen of Edward III., 78, 88

Philpott, John, 91

Picardy, 61, 179

Piers. See Perrys

Plantagenet, Ric. See York, Duke of

Pleshy (Plasche), the Duke of Gloucester's place, 95, 102

Plummer, Sir John, 236

Poitiers, battle of, 85

Pole, Michael and William de la. See Suffolk, Earl of

Pole, Alexander de la, brother of the fourth Earl (afterwards Duke) of Suffolk, 164

Pole, William de la. See Suffolk

Pomfret, 227

Pont de l'Arche (Pountlarge), 2, 3, 10, 122

Pont Meulan (Mylanke), 49; capitulation of, 150 –3

Ponthieu, 78

Ponthieu, Count of, 85

Pontoise, 16

Ponynges, Lord, 141, 164

Popering in Flanders, 179

Porter, Sir William, 8

Portsmouth, 180, 183, 186, 189

Portugal, 34, 171

Portugal, Prince of, son of King John I., 158– 160, 165

Potyn, —, 172

Poultry, the, 115

Pounynges, —, 237

Powes, Edward Cherleton, Lord (1400–22), 107

Prague, 162, 176

Preaus, Lord of, 150

Prussia. See Sprusse

Pucelle, the. See Joan of Arc

Pullyngley, Sir John de, 150

Radcliff, Sir John, 164

Radington, Sir Baldwin, 94

Ramston, Sir Thos., 163–4

Ravenspnr, Yorkshire, 101

Rawde (Hawley), Robert, 91

Raynewell, John, 164

Raynys, John de, 144, 148; See also Rheims

Reading, 50, 226

Redcliff in Lancashire, 208

Redclyffe (qy. Redriff or Rotherhithe), 237

Rheims (Raynys), Lord of, 150

Rheims, Archbishop of, 181

Richard I., 51, 57 58

Richard II., 53; birth of, 88; made Prince of Wales, 90; reign of, 90–102; goes to Ireland, 95; again, 101; buried at Westminster, 107; crown made by for himself, 167

Richemont, Count of, taken prisoner at Agincourt, 112

Richmond, 79

Rivers, Richard Woodville, Baron, afterwards Earl (1448–69), 206, 216, 226

Robert of Normandy, 50

Robert, (Robesard), Sir John, 38, 122

Roche, M. de, 13

Rochester, 197

Rochester, John Langdon, Bishop of, 165, 167

Roet, Sir John, 96

Rome, a friar of, 232

Romney (wine), 161

Romys Termagyn (Roumos Tremayn), John de, 143

Rone, Roon. See Rouen.

Roos, Lady, 140

Roos, John, Lord (1414– 21), 8

Roos (Rosse), Thomas, Lord (1431–61), 209, 210, 216, 224, 225

Rouen (Rone), 51, 172, 173, 177, 189; Siege of, 1–46; famine in the city, 18; capitulation of, 122–7

Round Table, 81

Roxburgh, 84

Russell, a traitor, 172

Russell, John, 226

Rutland, Edmund Earl of, son of Richard Duke of York, 210, 215

Rutland, Edward, Earl of, created Duke of "Arundel" (Albemarle), 97

Rynelle, John, 154, 156

Sacrament of the altar, 105, 233

St. Alban's, 160, 188; first battle of, 198; second battle of, 211– 15

St. Amand, 81

St. Anthony of Prussia, order of, 57

St. Bartholomew's, prior of, 105

St. Bartholomew the Less, 235

St. Brieux. See Bryak

St. Catherine's Abbey by Rouen, 8, 11

St. Catherine's Hospital, 183, 188

St. Cross, Cardinal, 177

St. David's, bishops of, Benedict Nichols (1417– 33), 140; Thos. Rodeburn (1433–42), 181

St. Denis, in France, 149

St. Dunstan's in the East, 115, 187

St. Edmund of Pountney, Archbishop of Canterbury, 65, 66

St. Edmund's Bury, 91

St. George, Feast of, 113

St. George's, Southwark, 164, 188

St. Giles's-in-the-Fields 108; gallows at, 116

St. John's Priory, Clerkenwell, 91, 108, 157, 191

St. Martin's-le-Grand, Dean of, 229

St. Martin's-in-the-Vin try, 192

St. Mary Axe, 180

St. Mary-at-Hill, 102

St. Mary Overy's, 60, 104, 211

St. Mary Spital, 98

St. Michael's Cornhill, 184

St. Paul's Cathedral, 65, 69, 88, 101, 112–3, 148, 163, 175, 180, 184, 185, 195; school of, 230

St. Peter's Cornhill, Parson of (Hugh Damelet), 233

St. Pol, Earl or Count of (misnamed "Duke"), 176–7

St. Roger, Bishop of London, 65

St. Stephen's Walbrook, Parson of, 184

St. Thomas of Acres, 66, 171

St. Thomas Becket, 50, 62

Salisbury, Sir John of, 93

Salisbury, bishops of: John Chaundeler (1417–26), 140; Richard Beauchamp (1450–82), 237

Salisbury, William (should be John Waltham), Bishop of, made Lord Treasurer, 94

Salisbury, Bishop of (William Ayscough), murdered (1450), 194

Salisbury, Earl of (John de Montacute, 1397– 1400), 102

Salisbury, Earl of(Thomas de Montacute, 1409–28), 8, 116, 121, 122, 141, 150, 161–3

Salisbury, Earl of (Richard Nevill, 1442–60), 163, 168, 172, 178, 198, 203, 204, 205, 210

Salveyne, Sir John, 163

Sandwich, 162, 179, 206

Saracens, 57, 83

Savoy, the, 91

Sawtre, William, priest, 103

Say, Sir James Fynes, Lord, Treasurer of England, 192–3

Saye, Will., Dean of St. Paul's and of the King's Chapel, 203

Scales, Thos. Lord (1418– 60), 164, 193, 211

Scales, Anthony Woodville, Lord (1461–9), Earl Rivers (1469–83), 216, 236

Scarbrey, John Duras or, 151

Scarcity of corn, 83

Schyrborne. See Towton

Scluse. See Sluys

Scotland, 52, 92, 102, 104, 189, 218, 221, 235

Scots, 84, 223, 224

Scots, Queen of (Mary of Gueldres), 220

Scott (Schotte), Will., 101

Scrope, Sir Harry, Lord, 109

Scrope, Ric., Archbishop of York, 106

Scrope, Sir Will., created Earl of Wiltshire, 97, 101

Scrope, of Bolton, Lord, 223

Senyer, John, of York, 225

Serjeants of the Coif, feast of, 222

Serle, the Mercer, mayor, 60, 61

Sevenoaks, Kent, 191

Sharpe, Jack, 172

Sheen (Schene), 171

Sherborne (Shyrbone), Dors., 195

Sherburn (Towton), battle of, 216

Sheriffs of London, 67. See list of them in Appendix, pp. 241–58

Sheriffwick of London let to farm, 63

Shooter's Hill, 178

Shrewsbury, 70, 97, 98, 100; battle of, 103

Shrewsbury, John Talbot, first Earl of (1442–53). See Talbot, John

Shrewsbury, John Talbot, second Earl of (1453– 60), 207

Shrewsbury, John Talbot, third Earl of (1460–73), 217

Sigismund, Emperor, 113, 169, 180

Skinner's Well, 105

Skyllyng, Michael, 200

Skyrys, Ric., 237

Sluys (Scluse), 81, 104, 220

Smithfield, 85,93,103,105 (bis), 108,171,181,183, 184,187,236

Solake, Sir John, 102

Somerset, John Beaufort, Earl of, created Marquis of Dorset (1397), 97

Somerset, Henry Beaufort, Earl of (1410–8), 105

Somerset, John, Duke of (1443–4), 185

Somerset, Edmund, Duke of (1448–55), 196, 198

Somerset, Henry, Duke of (1455–64), 203, 205, 206, 209, 210, 216, 219, 221, 223–5

Southampton (Hampton), 193,199

Southwark, 61, 77, 104, 159, 164, 188, 191, 193, 194, 237. See St. George's; St. Mary Overy's

Spain, 92, 171

Spain, Bishop of, 182; a knight of, 183

Spain, King of, 235

Spalding, Piers of, 75

Spaniards, 83

Spencer, Edward, Lord, (ob. 1375), 90

Spencer, Thomas, Lord, created Earl of Gloucester (1397), 97; beheaded, 102

Spencer, Henry, Bishop of Norwich (1370–1406), 92

Spencer, Sir Hugh, 76, 77

Sprusse (Prussia), ship of, 185

Spyller, William, 225

Stafford,—, 207

Stafford, Anne, Countess of, 140, 181

Stafford, Humphrey, Earl (1403), Duke of Buckingham (1444–60), 172, 181

Stafford, Edmund, Earl of (1385–1403), 103

Stafford, Sir Humphrey, 191

Stafford, John, Archbishop of Canterbury (1443–52), 193

Stafford, William, 191

Standard, the, in Cheap, 186, 192–3, 196

Stanhope Park, 78

Stanley, Sir John, 204

Stapleton, Walter, Bishop of Exeter, 76

Stephen, King, 50

Stockton, John, mercer, sheriff, 233

Stonys (or Strones?), Sir Adam of, 150

Story, Edward, D.D., afterwards Bishop of Carlisle, 229

Strange (Stronge), Lord, 115

Straw, Jack, 91

Stywarde, Sir John, 139

Sudbury, Simon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 91

Suffolk, Sir Michael de la Pole, first Earl of (1385 –8), 93

Suffolk, Michael de la Pole, third Earl of (1415), slain at Agincourt, 112

Suffolk, William de la Pole, fourth Earl(1415), and afterwards Duke of (1448–50), 11, 139, 164, 185, 188, 189, 190

Surrey, Duke of (Thomas Holland, 1397–1400), 97

Sussetyr. See Cirencester

Sussex, 194

Sutton, John, alderman, 193

Tailboys, Sir Will., of South Kyme, 226

Talbot, Lady, 140

Talbot, Sir Gilbert, Lord, 7

Talbot, John, Lord (1421– 42), Earl of Shrewsbury (1442–53), 164, 177, 184, 196

Tankerville, Count of, 82, 85

Tartary, Emperor of, 82

Taverner, Ric., 226

Tayloure, Will., 149

Tebayne Breste (?), a Priest, 108

Templars, order of, 74

Terelle, Will., 218

Termagon, M. de, 13

Tetyr. See Tudor

Tewkesbury, 67, 90

Teyne, bastard of, 14

Thames, 63, 104, 106, 183, 185

Therouenne, 176

Therouenne (Tyrwyne), Bishop of, 180

Thomas, Lord, son of Henry IV., 104, 106; made Duke of Clarence, 106. See also Clarence, Duke of

Thomas, "Squyer and Controller of the Prince's house," 204

Throllope. See Trollope

Tiptree, prior of, 95

Todenham, Sir Thos., 196, 218

Tong, Michael, Mayor, deposed for perjury, 66

Tooke. See Touques

Topcliff (Copclyffe), 225

Torperley, Cheshire, 204

Touques (Tooke), in Normandy, 115

Touraine, Arthur, Duke of, 154

Tournay, 81

Tower of London, 60, 62, 66, 73, 91, 107, 164, 172, 186, 193, 210, 218

Tower Hill, 91, 93, 96, 97, 116, 171, 183, 184, 233, 237

Towton (Schyrborne), Battle of, 216

Tresham,—, knighted, 214, 217

Tresham, (Wil.), Speaker of Parliament, 195

Tresilian (Trevylyon in text), Sir Rob., chief justice, 93

Trim (Trynne) Castle, in Ireland, 158

Trinity, Order of the, 58

Trollope (Throllope), Andrew; 205, knighted, 214, 217

Troyes, treaty of, 128–38

Trusselle, Sir John, 115

Tudor (Tetyr), Owen, 211

Turks, great slaughter of the, 197

Turmyn, Ric., 108

Tutvyle (Estouteville), the Lord, 109

Twyford, Sir Nich., 91

Tybbey, a clerk, 108 note

Tyburn, 65, 93, 102–4, 157, 161, 184, 188, 237

Tykay, a priest, 108, note

Tytyr. See Tudor

Umfraville, Sir Gilbert, 9, 23–8, 33, 122

Upton, John, 171

Urmounde. See Ormond

Uttyng, Sir Thomas, 204

Varru (Barru), bastard de, 143, 144, 148

Varru (Barru), Denis de, 143, 144, 148

Vasquyes, John, de Almada, 122

Vendome (Wendon), Count of, 182

Vere, Aubrey de, son of the twelfth Earl of Oxford, 218

Verneuil (Verney), in Perche, Battle of, 157

Versy, Roger of, 150

Vyse, the. See Devizes.

Wakefield, Battle of, 210, 212, 215

Wakefylde, Hen. Bishop of Worcester (1375–94), 89

Walbrook, parson of St. Stephen's, 184

Walden, 233

Waldon, Roger (not Robert), Archbishop of Canterbury. 97–100, 103

Wales, 52, 62, 102, 107, 205, 208, 215, 223

Wallace, William, 73

Waltham, Abbot of, 140

Walworth, Will., mayor, knighted, 91

Warde,—, of Topcliff, 225

Warwick, Thos. Beauchamp, Earl of (1369– 1401), 92, 95–6

Warwick, Ric. Beauchamp, Earl of (1401– 39), 10, 11, 23, 114, 122, 139, 148, 162, 165, 168, 172, 180, 181

Warwick, Henry Beauchamp, Earl of, created Duke of, 185

Warwick, Ric. Nevill, Earl of (1449–71), 198, 204–7, 211, 212, 215, 216, 220, 223, 227

Wattys, Rob., 225

Wawe, Will., 161

Waynflete, Will., Bishop of Winchester (1447–86), 193

Wedynton. See Whittington

Weirs in the Thames, 63, 104

Weldynton, Yorkshire, 101

Wellys, Lord (1361–1421), 93; Leo, Lord (1421–61), 216–7

Wellys, John, Alderman of London, 180, 184

Wenlock, Sir John, Lord Wenlock (1461–71), 205, 214, 237

Wentworthe, Oliver, 225

Wentworth, Sir Philip, 224, 225

Westminster, 51–53, 59, 80, 84, 95, 96, 100, 102, 149, 160, 175, 179, 183, 184, 189, 196, 208, 214, 218, 219

Westminster, Abbot of, 165

Westminster, monks of, 102

Westminster, Prior of, 165

Westminster, the King's palace at, 195, 208

Westminster Hall, 139

Westmoreland, Countess of, 140

Westmoreland, Ralph Nevill, first Earl of (1397– 1425), 97, 140, 141

Whelpdale, Roger. See Carlisle, Bishop of

Whitechapel, 164, 192

White Hall, the, at Westminster, 165

White Hart, the, in Southwark, 191, 194

White Friars, 97, 104, 171. See also Friars, White

Whittington (Wedynton), Ric. 95, 100, 156; his college, 228

Whytehorn, Thos., 199, 201

Whytyngham, Robert, knighted, 214, 217

William the Conqueror, 49

William Rufus, 49

William with the Long Beard, 58

Willoughby (Wylby), Lady, 140

Willoughby, Rob., Lord (1409–52), 8, 139

Willoughby, Ric. Welles, Lord (1455–69), 216

Wiltshire and Ormond, Sir Jas. Butler, Earl of, 198, 211, 217

Winchelsea, 83, 104

Winchester, 49, 58, 78, 188, 199, 201; Wykeham's college at, 203

Winchester, Bishop of. See Beaufort, Henry; Waynflete, Will.

Windsor, 52, 81, 85, 107, 113, 142; dean of (Th. Mannyng), 233

Wingfield (Wynkylfylde), Suff. 190

Woodecock, John, Sheriff, 101

Woodevyle, Ric., 150, 158; Sir Richard, 182, 183

Woodville, Eliz., Queen of Edward IV., 226

Wool, staples of, 84

Worcester, 51

Worcester, Bishop of. See Wakefylde, Henry (1375 –94); Morgan, Philip (1419–25)

Worcester, Earl of (Ric. Beauchamp 1420–31), 139

Worcester, Earl of (John Tiptoft, 1449–70), 221, 222

Wortham, Parson of, 116

Wryxham, Will., 235

Wyche, Sir Ric., 183

Wycliffe, John, 163

Wygmersche, 211

Wynkylfylde. See Wingfield.

Wynterborne, Dr., 229

Wyntyrsell, Sir Thos. 102

York, 94, 104, 158, 210, 218, 223, 225

York, William of, 66

York, Archbishop of. See Kemp, J.; Neville, Geo.

York, Philippa, Duchess of, widow of Edward, second duke, 139

York, Duke of (Edmund of Langley), 92, 101. See also Cambridge, Earl of

York, Duke of (Edward son of the preceding), slain at Agincourt, 111

York, Richard Plantagenet, Duke of, father of Edward IV., 160, 178, 180 183, 189, 195, 196, 198, 205, 208, 210, 215, 218

York, Cecily, Duchess of, wife of the preceding, 206, 207, 208

Yorkshire, 221

Yownser, —, 108



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