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'Index', Three fifteenth-century chronicles: With historical memoranda by John Stowe (1880), pp. 189-206. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=58673 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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Abergavenny (Burgeyny), lord 157

Acheton, Sir John 157
-, Sir Thos. 157

Agincourt, battle of 55

Albina (Albyne), a fabulous princess, supposed to have given her name to Albion 1, 2

Albion named after Albina 2

Aldermanbury, 144

Aldgate, 184
-, — the bars without 137

Ale (à Lee), Sir Piers, 157 Sir Will. 157

Alencon (Launson), duke of 164
-, — bastard of 164

Alexander III. of Scotland 20

Alfred (Alured), King 14

All Hallows the Less, ch. of 138

Allington, Ric. 117

Alnwick Castle, 79, 156, 159, 176

Amyas, John 104

Anabaptists, 143

Anjou and Maine ("demayn"), 97, 166

Anne of Bohemia, queen of Richard II. 25, 26, 48, 50

Anne, lady daughter of Edward IV. 104

Applton, Frere William 48

Apylton, Sir John 157

Argyle, earl of 88

Arragon, king of 158

Arragon. knight of, 63, 64

Arteys, bastard son of Humphrey duke of Gloucester 65

Arthur, king 11

Arthur, prince, son of Henry VII., his christening 104–5

Arundel, Ric., 9th earl of (1330–75), 83

Arundel, Ric., 10th earl of (1375–93), 26, 27, 49, 50,51

Arundel, Thos., 11th earl of (1399–1415), 53

Arundel, Will., 15th earl of (1437–87), 157, 159, 172

Arundel, Henry, 18th earl of (1543–79), 141

Arundel, Thos., Abp. of Canterbury)(1396–1413), 27, 51

Arundel, lord John of 104

Asku. See Ayscough

Assheley, John, 63; knighted 64, 157

Athelbryght. See Ethelbert

Athole, earl of, uncle of James I. of Scotland 166

Audeley (Awdley), Master 104
-, Humphrey 184

Audeley, John Touchet, fifth lord 1458–91), 73

Augustine, St. 12

Aunsell, Sir John. 48

Austin Friars, 93

Austria, duke of, captures Richard I. 31

Awdley. See Audeley

Ayne, 158

Aysac (?), Alex. 151

Ayscough (Asku), Will., bp. of Salisbury 67, 69, 100, 151

Babwell, 150

Baden, Christopher Margrave of 136
-, his wife Ciecly 133, 136

Bagott, Sir Will., to. Ric. II. 27, 28

Bailiffs of London, t. Ric. I. and John 31, 32

Bakehouse, Mr. 129

Bakley (qu. Berrkley), Morres 89

Baldock, Robert, Chancellor 21

Baldry, mayor 93

Baldwin, —, a preacher at Paul's Cross 126

Bamborough Castle, 79, 156, 158, 176, 179

Bardolf, lord 53

Barley, price of 159

Barnet, battle of 92, 184

Barton, Geo., parson of St. Mary Abchurch 127

Basel, council of 149

Baspiche, Bartold, earl of 84

Bath, knights of the, 80; manner of making 106–113

Bayeux (Bayue), taken 56

Bayly, Sir Will. 93

Baynard's Castle, 33, 38, 131

Beauchamp, Sir John, t., Ric. II. 26

Beauchamp, Sir Thos., earl of Warwick 83

Beauchamp, Ric., bp. of Hereford, and afterwards of Salisbury 100

Beaufort, Henry, bp. of Winchester(1405–47), Cardinal (1427), 57, 59, 60, 97, 148, 164 (1563), 19, 38,

Beaumaris (Bumeryes), 158

Beaumont, Lewis de, bp. of Durham 41

Beaumont (Beemond), John, viscount 74, 153, 160, 19

Becheham, Sir Will., "Erle Nothingham," See footnote

Becket, Thomas à. See St. Thomas of Canterbury

Beden, Dr. 80

Bedford, John, duke of, brother of Henry V. 55, 58, 59, 60, 164

Bedford, Anne, duchess of, first wife of the preceding 59

Bedford, Jaquetta, duchess of, second wife of the above 79

Bedford, Francis Russell, earl of (1554–85) his place at Ivy Bridge, his daughter Anne married to lord Ambrose Dudley 134

Bedoun, Sir Ewrard of 157

Bell, near Calais 62

Benerforth (?) lord, 157

Berkeley Castle, 21, 43

Berkeley, Sir Maurice of 157

Bermondsey, Abbot of 102

Berners, Sir Jas., t. Ric. II. 26

Berry, Chas., duke of, brother of Lous XI.181

Berwick taken, 39; lost, 41: recovered, 43; besieged, 70; delivered by Henry VI. to the Scots, 78, 174, 175, 179

Bethlehem Hospital without Bishopsgate 115, 125

Beverley, Sir Simon. See Burley

Bishops delivered out of the Tower 126

Black Friars (or Frairs Preachers), 183

Black Jackett, 79

Blackheath 67, 69, 149

Blake Thomas, 26

Blakney, — 103

Blanche, daughter of Henry duke of Lancaster 23

Blank Charters burned, 52

Blawnchapylton, or Whitechapel 93

Bloreheath, battle of 72

Blount, Walter, lord Mountjoy 182

Blunt, Sir Thos. 52

Bogham. See Buchan

Bohun, Sir Will. de, earl of Northampton, (note)

Bois de Vincennes (Boys Vincent) near Paris, 58

Bolde, Sir Henry of 157

Bolingbroke, Henry of. See Henry IV.

Bolingbroke, Roger. See Bultyngbroke

Bonfires in London ordered, 123

Bonnivet, Will. Gouffier, sieur de 93

Bonvile, lord, beheaded (1461), 76, 155, 172

Books probhibited 89

Booth, Will., bp. of Chester, i.e. Coventry and Lichfield 100

Bordeaux lost, 69, 166

Boteler. See Butler

Bothe, Sir Will. 157

Botler. See Butler

Boulogne, expenses of Henry VIII. at siege of 114

Boulogne, Turnar of 125, 127

Bourbourg (Borborowe) in Flanders 26

Bourchier, Thos., abp. of Canterbury (1454–86), 73, 74, 153, 162, 167

Bourchier (Bowcer), Henry lord (1435–61), count of Eu (Hyu), earl of Essex (146 1–83), 74, 151–2, 172. See also Essex

Bow church steeple, fall of 37

Bowcer. See Bourchier

Brabant, John duke of 84

Bradbery, Thos., mayor 92

Bradisbourch, Mark of 84

Bradshawe [Edmund], 79, 179

Bramton Field (Flodden), 87

Bread Street, 138

Brembre (Bremble) Sir Nicholas, 26, 47, 48, 49

Bretagne. See Brittany

Bretons, truce with the 181

Brézé, Pierre de, seigneur de la Varenne, seneschal of Normandy 70

Bridewell, 127

Bridlington, canon of 40

Bristol, lord Spencer beheaded at, 52; Edward IV.'s reception at 85, 175

Bristol, Henry, recorder of 184

Britain, named after Brutus, 2; Fabulous kings of 2–11

Britanny, Francis II. duke of 158

Britanny, Joan (or Jane) duchess of, married to Henry IV. 52

Brotherton, Thomas of, Earl Marhsal 20

Brown, Robert and the Brownists 143

Browne, Will., Mayor 92

Browne, Sir Thos. 169

Browne, —, of Kent 73, 75

Brutus fo Troy, fabulous king og Britain 2

Bryte, Will., 179

Buchan (Boghan), earl of 164

Buckingham, Henry duke of (1460–83), 157, 160

Buckingham, Humphrey earl Stafford, created duke of, 64, 97; wounded 152; slain 74, 153, 169

Buckingham [Edward] duke of, beheaded 93

Bucklersbury, explosion in 130

Bultyngbroek (Bolingbroke), Roger 63

Burford, baron of 158

Burges, Mayor 93

Burgeyny. See Abergavenny

Burgoyn, Edward duke of (qu. Philip duke of Burgundy?) 158

Burgundians at the second Battle of St. Alban's 155

Burgundy, Anne, sister of Philip duke of 58, 165

Burgundy, Anthony, bastard of 92, 181

Burgundy, Charles the Bold, duke of 182, 183

Burgundy, John the Fearless, duke of 53, 54

Burgundy, Philip the Good, duke of 56, 59, 60, 61, 149, 158

Burley (Beverley), Sir Simon 26

Burre, Mr. 131

Burse. See Exchange

Burtayne, Sir Thos., 158

Bury St. Edmund's, 14, 149 parliament at 65,97, 149
-, Abbot of 162

Bushy (Bussche), Sir John 27, 28, 51

Butler (Botler), John,79179; Sir John 157

Bywell Castle, Northumb. 179

Cade, John, his rebellion 66–68, 94, 99

Cadewallader, King 12, 13

Caen, William the Conqueror buried at 17,29

Cagent, island of, in Flanders 62

Calabria, Henry, duke of 158

Calais, 62, 71, 72, 153, 169; Siege of, by Edward III. 23, 44, 81–5; by Philip, duke of Burgundy, 61, 149, 165; Somerset appointed captain of 72

Caldwell, Dr. 117

Cambridge 149, 154, 163
-, Clare Hall and Trinity Hall
-, College of St. Nicholas at 177

Cambridgeshire, inundations in 1 54

Cambridge, Ric., earl of, 170; beheaded, t. Hen. V. 55

Camois (Cammysh), lord of 165

Campeggio, Cardinal, legate sent to England 93

Candelwyke Street 137

Cantelowe, —,103. See Cauntelow.

Canterbury, Henry IV. buried at, 30, 54; Visit of Henry VI. to, 69; Edward IV. goes on pilgrimage to, 174

Canterbury, abps. of. See Arundel, Thos.: Bourchier, Thos.: Chickeley, Henry: Parker, Matt.: Sudbury, Simon

Canterbury, convocation of 177

Canute (knotte), King 16

Capel, mayor 92

Carlisle, bps. of. See Lumley, M. (1430–50); Percy, W. (1452–62)

Carmelites. See White Friars

Carowen, Sir Christopher of 157

Carpenter, John, bp. of Worcester 100

Cary, lady 121–2

Castle Baynard 33, 38

Catesby, Sir W., 158

Catherine of France, queen of Henry V. 56, 57, 62

Cauntelow, mercer and alderman, 70. See Cantelowe.

Cawerne (? Traverner), Ric., 179. Compare Gregory's Chron.

Cecily, lady, daughter of Edward IV. 104

Cely, Sir John 52

Chamber and Chamberlain of London 126

Chamburlayne, Sir Roger, 65

Champyon, John, 79

Chapman, John, 179

Charing Cross or Charoncross, Yorkshire, 160, 162

Charles VI. of France, death of 58

Cheap, 137, 141–2, 150, 169, 174, 181. 183; the Cock in, 148; the Standard in, 48, 67

Cheapside 80, 121, 129

Chedworth, John. See Lincoln, my lord (bp.?) of

Cherbourg (Shirebrough) 56

Chertsey (Cheltesye) Abbey 184

Cheyne, Sir John 51

Chicheley, Henry, abp. of Canterbury 57

Chichester, Ad. Moleyns, bp. of, murdered (1450) 151

Christiern I., King of Denmark (1457–81) 158

Christiern II., King of Denmark (1513–23) 93

Cirencester, earls beheaded at 52

Clarence, George, duke of, brother of Edward IV. 78, 162, 183

Clarence, Lionel, duke of 24

Clarence, Thos., duke of, son of Henry IV. 54, 56

Clarington, Sir Roger, executed 52

Claydon, John 55

Clergy of London at Lambeth 135

Clerkenwell 143

Cleyhethe 154

Clifford, Thos., eight lord (1422–55) 70, 152

Clifford, John, ninth lord (1455—61), 160, 161, 168, 171, 172

Clifton (Glyfton), Sir Piers 157

Clifton, Sir Gervase, 160

Clinton (Glynton), lord, 157

Close, Nicholas, bp. of Carlisle, 101

Cobham, lord, condemned, t. Ric. II., 27, 51

Cobham, John Oldcastle, lord, 53, 54, 56, 148

Cobham, Eleanor. See Gloucester, duchess of

Cobham, Edw. Brooke, lord (1445–64), 73, 74, 157

Cocfeld, Rob., 179

Cock, the, in Cheap, 148

Codnor. See Grey

Coinage, a new, 80

Coke, Sir Thos., 182

Colchester founded by King Coyll, 7

Cole, Thos. A.M., Archdeacon of Essex, 128, 133

Colvyle, Sir John, 157

Comets 52, 149, 150, 152, 156

Conduit in Fleet Street 63

Conduit in Cornhill 134

Conquerore, Rob., 179

Constable, Sir Rob., 158

Constabyl, Sir John, 157

Constance (Custaunce), council of, 56

Conyers (Coneres), Christopher, 158
-, (Conyas), Sir John, 157

Conyers (Coneres), Sir Roger, 157

Constans, father of Constantine the Emperor, 7

Constans, son of Constantine the King, 7

Constantine, the Emperor, 7, 8

Constantine, of Britanny, crowned King of Great Britain, 9

Constantine, earl of Cornwall 11

Copinger, [William], mayor 92

Coppini, Francesco, bp. of Teramo, papal legate 74

Cordell Sir Will., Master of the Rolls, (1561), 120

Corfe Castle, 21

Corn, price of, 151, 156, 159

Cornhill, 137; conduit in 134
-, St. Michael's 126; St. Peter's, 91, 139, 140

Cornwall, Ric., earl of, son of King John, 19

Cornwaylys, Sir Thos., 158

Correy or Currey, lord, 159

Cote, Dr., 151

Cotton, Sir Roger, 105

Cotton, Will., 152

Counter, the, 121, 139, 141
-, in the Poultry, 143

Courtenay, Piers, bp. of Exeter (1486), 105

Covent Garden, 122

Coventry, 27, 70, 174; Parliament at 169, 171

Cox, Ric., bp. of Ely (1559–81) 121, 135

Coyll, King, founder of Colchester 7

Crackinthorpe (Grakyngthorp), Sir John, 157, 161; Sir Thos., 160

Cragge, lord, 159 "lord Crakkes brother," ib.

Crawford (Crafford, Creyforth), earl of 88, 159

Cressy, battle of 23, 44

Crier, the Common, of London, 126

Cromwell, Ralph lord, 151

Cromwell, Humph. Bourchier lord (1641–71), 157, 159

Crowen, Sir Thomas 157

Crowley, Rob., vicar of St. Ciles' Cripplegate, &c., 136, 139

Crowmer, [Will.], 67, 68, 98

Curiel. See Kyryell

Currey or Correy, lord, 159

Cymbeline (Kymbeline), 6

Cyprus, King of, 24

D-F.

Dacre of the North, lord, 157, 160, 161

Dacre of the South, lord, 157

Dacres, lord, 88

Damascus, taken by the Christians, 36

Danby, Sir Roger, 157

Daniel, Thomas, minister of Henry VI., 66, 67, 101

Darnley, Henry, Lord, 132, 141

David II. of Scotland, taken Prisoner, 23, 24, 44

Dawson, Will, 79, 179

Dear year, the great, 46

Delabere, John, bp. of St. David's, 101

Delamore, Bernard, 80

De la Ware, lord, 157, 172

Delyngrege, Sir Edw., warden of London, 50

Denbigh, baron of, lord R. Dudley created, 129

Denmark, King of. See Christiern I. and II, 63

Derby, earl of. See Henry IV

Derby, Thos. Stanley, earl of (1485–1504). 105

Devonshire, Clarence and Warwick, land in, 183

Devonshire, Thos. Courtenay, earl of, beheaded (1461), 77, 160, 161; his brother, 158

Devonshire [Henry] Courtenay, earl of, beheaded (1468), 182. See Warkworth

Devonshire, Humph, Stafford, earl of, killed (1471), 184

Dioclesyan, fabulous king of Syria, 1

Distaff lane, 127

Ditton (Dytton), lady (?) 161

Docfford, Harry, 79

Dokette, sir Rich., 157

"Dolgotys brother," 159

Domelyn, lord, 159

Dormar,— his book, 130

Dorset, Edmund Beaufort, earl of, created marquis of Dorset, 64

dorset, Thos. Grey, Marquis of (1475–1501), 104–5
-, — Marchioness of, 104

Douglas, earl, 159

douglas, Archibald, earl of, slain at Verneuil, 164

Douglas, James, 164

Douglas, Sir William, taken prisoner at Durham (Nevill's Cross), 23

Douglas, Will., of Drumlanrig, 164

Dover, 66, 136, 141

Drought, a great, 80

Dublin (Dyvelyn) bishop of, t. Edw III., 81; t. Hen. V., 55

Dublin, Marquis of. See Vere, Sir Robert

Dudley, John Sutton, lord (1406–82), 67, 70, 101 note, 157

Dudley, lord Robert, created earl of Leicester, 129

Dudley Castle, 70

Dudley, lord Ambrose, earl of Warwick his marriage (1565), 134

Dunkirk, 26

Dunstanburgh (Dunstalborw and Donsynburgh) castle, 79, 159, 176, 179

Dunstal. See Tunstall

Duntyngdale, Yorkshire, 162

Duraste, lord, 184

Durham, 41, 159

Durham (Nevill's Cross), battle of. 23

Durham, Lewis de Beaumont, bp. of, (1317–33), 41

Durham, Robert Nevill, bp. of (1438–57), 166

Dutch church in London, 142

Dyckynson, — fishmonger, 138

Dymok, Master, his place in Fenchurch street, 142

Earl Marshal. See Mowbray, Thos

Earls, the three (March, Salisbury and Warwick), 168, 169

Earthquakes, 38, 44, 48, 49, 150, 152

Eastcheap, 137, 148

Edmund, St., King of East Anglia, murdered by the Danes at Bury, 14

Edmund Ironside, 15

Edmund of Woodstock, son of Edward I., 20

Edmund of Langley, duke of York, 24, 170

Edward I. before the conquest, 14

Edward II. before the Conquest, 15

Edward the Confessor, 15, 16

Edward I. after the Conquest, 19, 20, 30 his birth, 35; his reign, 38–40

Edward II. after the Conquest (of Carnarvon), 20, 30, 148; his reign, 40–43

Edward III. after the Conquest (of Windsor) 21–24, 30, 170; his birth, 41; his reign, 43, 47. Besieges Calais, 81, 85

Edward IV., King, — as earl of March, 72–74, 76, 151, 153, 155, 171, 172. (See also "Earls, the Three"); —proclaimed king, 77, 155, 173; corwned, 78, 162; married, 80, 180. Acts of his reighn, 78–80, 173–185. His adherents at Towton, 161. His reception at Bristol, 85, 175. His expedition against Scotland, 157, 159. Conspiracy against him, 175. Sits in the King's Bench, ib. In the North, 176. Overcomes Henry's party, 179. Escapes to Flanders, 183. Returns to England, ib. Gains the battle of Barnet, 184; and of Tewkesbury, ib.Knights several aldermen 185. Reduces the Kentish men, ib

Edward the Black Prince, 22–24, 47, 81, 82, 170

Edward, prince, son of Henry VI., 69, 149, 154, 158, 160, 175, 184:—his wife, 184

Edwin, king of Northumberland, 12

Egremont, Thomas Percy, lord, 70, 71, 74, 149, 153, 169, 178. See also Percy Sir T.

Elderbeck, John, 179

Eleanor of Provence, queen of Henry III., 35

Elizabeth, queen, her toilet articles stolen, 129; receives the Emperor's ambassador, 143

Elizabeth, queen of Edward IV., 105, 181, 182

Elizabeth, daughter of Edward IV., birth of, 181

Ely, isle of, inundations in, great flies in, 180

Ely, bp. of. See Luxemberg, L. de (1438–43): Grey, Will. (1454–78): Cox, Ric. (1559–81)

Elyn. See Helena, St.

Engest. See Hengist

England named after Ingerne, wife of Uther Pendragon, 11

Eric XIV. of Sweden, his sister Cicely, wife of Christopher, Margrave of Baden, 133

Erroll, earl of, 88

Essex, 155

Essex and Kent, insurrection in, 25, 48

Essex, Hen. Bourchier, first earl of (146 1–83), 157. See also Bourchier

Essex, Hen. Bourchier, Second earl of(1483–1539), 104

Est, Robert, 98

Ethelbert (Athelbryght), King of Kent, 11, 12

Eton College, 177

Eu (Hyu), Count of. See Bourchier, Henry lord

Everyngham, Sir Will., 157

Evesham, battle of, 19

Evil Mayday, 93, 141

Excestre (Exeter?) lord, a bastard son of Humphrey Stafford, first duke of Buckingham, 156

Exchange, the Royal (the merchants' "Burse"), building of, 134–5

Exeter, 77

Exeter, bp. of. See Stapleton, W.; Nevill, Geo.; Courtenay, P

Exeter, John Holland, duke of, conspires against Henry IV.; 28; beheaded, 52

Exeter, John Holland, duke of (1443–6), 97

Exeter, Thos. Beaufort, duke of (1416–26), 164

Exeter, Hen. Holland, duke of (1446–73), 72, 76,97, 156, 158, 174, 175
-, — misnamed Edward, and reported as slain at Towton, 160
-, — two bastard sons of, 160

Exmewe, mayor, 9

Eye, witch of, 63

Fabulous Kings of Britain (their names are mostly omitted in this index), 2–1 1

Falaise (Falloyes), taken, 56

Falconbridge, Will., lord (1429–61); earl of Kent (1461–3), 70, 74, 173, 174, 175

Falconbridge (Fawcunbridgge), bastard of, 184–5

Famine, 41

Faversham (or Feversham), King Stephen buried at, 18, 29

Fawkoner, —, 75

Fenchurch Street, 142

Fenwyck, Thos., 79, 179

Ferdinand I., Emperor of Germany, his obsequies, 129

Ferrers, Sir Ralph, 48

Ferrers of Chartley, Walter Devereux, lord, 157

Feryr, Sir Thos., 157

Ferrybridge, battle of, 162, 173

Feversham. See Faversham

Findern. See Fyndorne

Fish (Fyssh), Sir Edmond, 79, 178. See Fizthu

Fish Street, New, 137

Fish Street, old, 140

FishHugh (Fyhew), lord, 157, 160, 161

Fitzwalter (Fywater), lord, 161

Fizthu (qy. Fish?), Sir Edmond, 179. [Compare Gregory's Chron., 225]

Flanders, 62, 142

Flanders, lady Regent of, 142–3

Fleet, the, prison, 12 1–2, 136

Fleet Street, 141–2, 151
-, — Conduit in, 63
-, — Standard in, 71

Flemings, 142

Flint Castle, 28

Flodden, battle of, 87

Floquet, Rob. de, bailiff of Evreux, 70

Fogg (Fooge), Sir John, 157

Fonteveraud, Henry II. and Richard I. buried, 18, 29 at

Fortescue, John, 102; Sir John Foskew, 158

Fowey ravaged by pirates, 166

Framysden, 161

France, invasion of 22, 46; loss of, 96–7 truce with, 181

Frankmounde, Threder, lord, 84

Fraunces, Sir Adam, 48

Frenchmen attack Sandwich, 152

Frenchmen in the North with Margaret of Anjou, 156, 175, 176, 177

Frenchmen at sea harass the English, 181

Friars, Austin, 36

Friars Minors (or Grey Friars), 19, 34

Friars Preachers (or Black Friars), 19, 38, 183

Frosts, severe, 61, 130

Frowyke, Henry, mayor, 91

Frythe, John, his Disputation of Purgatory, 90

Fulforde, Sir Baldwin, 77

Fykeharryt, Thos., 158

Fyndorne (or Findern), Sir Thos., 80, 157, 159, 178, 179

Fynes, Mr., 119

Fysshe. See Fish

Fytzhyth (Fitzhugh repeated ?), lord, 161

Fywater (Fitzwalter), lord, 161

G-J.

Gabull of the Chancery, 102

Galleys burnt at Gravesend, 48

Garard, Sir Thos., 157

Garthe, Master, 117

Garter, knights of, 44

Gascony, 62, 66, 97, 149, 166

Gate house, 143

Gate, Sir Geoff., 157

Gaunt. See Ghent.

Gaunt, John of, 23, 24, 170. See Lancaster, duke of

Geddyng,—, 104

Gefferey (or Jefferey), Will., a heretic, 115

Gerveyse, Master, 102

Ghent (Gaunt), 59

Glastonbury, 15

Gloucester, Henry III. crowned at, 9, 29 Edward II. buried at, 21, 30

Gloucester, Humphrey, duke of, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 62, 95, 97, 149, 150, 165

Gloucester, duchess of (Jacqueline of Hainault), first wife of the preceding, 59. See Holland, duchess of

Gloucester, duchess of, Eleanor Cobham, second wife of the same, 60, 63, 149, 150

Gloucester, Thomas, of Woodstock, duke of, 24, 26, 27, 49, 50, 51, 53

Gloucester, Thos., lord Spencer, earl of, 51; conspires against Henry IV., 28

Gloucester, Ric., duke of (afterwards Richard III.), 78, 162

Gloucester, Reginald Butler or Boulers, abbot of (1450), 67, 100

Glyfton. See Clifton

Glynton. See Clinton

Gog and Magog, 2

Gold, enhancing of, 93, 177

Gold, Rob., capt. of the Duke of Burgundy, 158

Good, Dr., 117

Goodefelaue, John, 73

Gosse, John, 79
-, —Thos., 179

Gouffier, Will., sieur de Bonnivet, admiral of France, 93

Gough, Matt., 68, 151

Gracechurch (Gracious) street, 137

Grakyngthorp. See Crackinthorpe

Grame, Will., murders James I. of Scotland, 166

Granada, capitulation of, 86

Grantham, 155

Gravelines (Gravenyng) in Flanders, 26, 62

Gravesend, 48, 61

Gray. See Grey

Graye, or Grey, Sir Ralph, 79, 156–7, 160, 165, 176, 179

Graye, Sir Thos., beheaded, t. Hen. V., 55

Gray's Inn., 142

Greenwich, 67, 137

Grene, Sir John, minister of Richard II., 27, 28,51

Gresham, Sir Thos., 135

Grethorn, Sir Píers of, 157

Grey. See also Gray

Grey, Master, 88

Grey (Gray), William, bp. of Ely (1454–78), 153, 155

Grey Friars, 74

Grey of Ruthyn (Ruffyn), lord (1462), 157

Grey of Codnor (Cottenor), lord, 157, 160

Grey of Wilton, lord (1462), 157

Greystock, lord, 157, 159

Griffin, son of Llewelin, prince of Wales, 35

Grindal, Edmund, bp. of London (1559–70), afterwards abp. of York and of Canterbury, 130, 135

Gryffon, John, 158

Grysseley, Sir John, 157

Gualo, the legate, 19

Guieene, 66, 97, 149

Guildford, Surrey, 116
-, (Gyldford), Sir Ric., 102

Guildhall, the, 67, 74, 75, 129

Guines (Geynes), near Calais, 72, 169

Gutmyn, Ric., 55

Haddon, Ric., mayor, 92

Hail, a great, 132

Hainault (Henaude), 59
-, —Will., earl of
-, —Philippa of Queen of Edward III., 21, 24,43
-, —Sir John of, 21

Halden, Dr. Thos., 180 (note b.)

Hales, Sir Robert, prior of St. John's beheaded, 25, 48

Halidon Hill, battle of, 22, 52

Ham, East, 129

Hamilton, " Antrys his brother of Hemyldon" 159

Hamilton (Homyldon), Sir Robert, 159

Hammys, Sir Edmund, 160

Hampton, John, 102

Hanley, —, 103

Harcourt (Harecourte), Rob., 158

Harepotell, Ric., 88

Harfleur (Hareflete), besieged by Henry V., 55

Harlech Castle, N. Wales, 182

Harleston (Harslston), 162

Harow [John], mercer, 74, 75, 76

Harsington, near Northampton, 74

Harylle, Sir Will., 161

Haryngton, Sir Will., 157

Hastings, Will. lord (1461–83), 157, 159

Hastynges, Sir Leonard, 157
-, —Sir Will, 157

Hatfield, William of, son of Edward III., 170

Havard, —, priest, 121

Havre de Grace [Newhaven], in the hands of the English, 122; surrendered, 125

Hawll, Elys (or Eliseus), of Manchester, 125–6

Hay Hill, gallows on, 129

Haysond,— squire, 77

Hegge, Thos., 79

Helena (Elyn), St the mother of Constantine, 7, 8

Hennawde. See Hainault

Hengist (Engest), 9, 10

Henry I. (Beauclerc), 17, 18, 29

Henry II., 18, 29

Henry III., 19, 29; his birth, 32; his reign, 33–38

Henry IV., as Henry of Bolingbroke, earl of Derby, 26, 27, 49; created duke of Hereford, 27, 51;; made King, 28,,30, 51; his sons beaten in Eastcheap, 148; his parliaments, 71

Henry V., as Prince of Wales, 28; as King, 30, 148

Henry VI., 31; birth of, 57, 164; his reign, 58–78, 148, 164–173; at the second battle of St Albans, 76, 155; goes of with the Northernmen, 155; flies to Berwick, 77 which he delivers to the Sctos and French, 78; in Scotland, 158; his adherents, 161; attainted, 175; conspiracy in favour of, 162; taken prisoner, 80, 180–1; his helmet, crown &c., taken, 179; his party almost quashed, 179; released from the Tower, 183; replaced there, 184; dies, ib.

Henry (Henry), the dauphin (?), 158

Herberd, [Thomas], a attendant of Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 65

Herbert, Will., lord(146 1–8), earl of Pembroke (1468–9), 157, 182, 183

Hereford, duke of. See Henry IV.

Hereford, Ric. Beauchamp, bp. of, 100

Hereford (Harfford), Rob. Crowley, dean (should be archdeancon) of, 139

" Hertfordensis episcopus, " beheaded (1459), 153. N.B. If the bp. of Hereford was here intended, it is an error.

Hevyngham, Sir John, 157

Hewlyn, Will., mayor, 71

Hexham (Exham), Northumb., 79, 178, 179

Heydon, [John], 162

Heyron, Sir John, 160

Highbury, 48

Hodyliston, Sir John, 157

Holbron, 120, 121; St. Andrew?s in, 122

Holderness, Robin of, 183

Holland, duke William of, visits England, 55

Holland; Jaqueline, duchess of, wife oif Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 59, 60

Honte, Rawlyne, 79

Honte, Thos., 79

Hoo, Sir Thos., 102

Horne, Robert, 103

Horne, Rob., bp. of Winchester (1561 –80), 135, 140

Howard, John, 157

Howard, lord, at Flodden, 87–9

Howlegrave, Thos., mayor, 92

Hoxton (Hogston), 143

Hugh, St., of Lincoln, 19, 32

Hull, Sir Thos., 70

Hungerford (Hongerford), lord, 79, 156, 158, 178, 179

Hungerford, [Thos.], lord Molines, beheaded (1468), 182

Hunt, Thos., footman of Henry VI., 179
-, —,Walter, 179

Huntingdon, Sir Will. Clinton, earl of (1337–54), 83

Huntingdon, John Holland, first earl of that line, creted duke of Exeter (1397), 51

Huntingdon, countess of, 57

Huntingdon, John Holland, second earl of, 61, 62, 165

Huntingdon, 155

Huntingdonshire, inundations in, 154

Huntley, earl of, 88

Hurling time, the, 25, 48

Huske, (Uske ?), Thos., serjeant-at-arms, t.Ric., II., 26

Husy, Sir Thos., 178, 179

Hyde, abbot of, 105

Hyll, Sir Will., 161

Hyu. See Eu

Iden, Alex., 68

Ingerne, wife of Uther Pendragon

Injunctions of Queen Elizabeth to the clergy, 135

Interdict in King John's time, 32

Inundations, 154, 181

Ireland, Richard II. goes to, 27, 28; returns from, 50; the duke of York comes from, 170

Ireland, duke of. See Vere, Sir Robert

Irish Bishop, an, escapes from the Tower, 132

Isabel of Bavaria, queen of Charles VI. of France, 56

Isabella of France, queen of Edward II., 21, 22, 40

Isabella, of France, queen of Richard II., 26, 50

Islam(?), 152

Isle, —, 98

Islington, 80, 143

Jacobites, or Dominican friars, 180

Jake Napis, nickname of the duke of Suffolk, 99–103

Jakis, Black, 179

James I., King of Scots (1406–37), 57, 165

James II., "the King of Scots with the red face" (1437–60), 168

James IV., 87, 89

James VI. of Scotland., 143

Janyn, Marshaunt, 48

Jefferey, Will., a heretic, 115

Jenyn, Stephen, mayor, 92

Jenyngs, Sir John, 114

Jews massacred, 31; exiled, 39

Joan (or Jane) duchess of Britanny, married to Henry IV., 52

Jobson, Sir Fras., lieutenant of the Tower, 133

John, King, 18, 19, 29, 31–33

John II., King of France, called "son" (should be "brother") of Philip of Valois (Philip VI.), 23, 24, 45

John of Gaunt, 23, 24, 170,

Jones, Master, 117

Josselynge, Ralph, mayor, knighted, 80

Judde [John], master of the Ordnance, 73, 103

Juillian, Will., 84

K-M.

Kam, bailiff of 159

Katerton, Thos., 48

Katherine. See Catherine

Keepers and bailiffs of London, temp. Ric. I. and John, 31, 32

Kemp, John, abp. of York (1426–51), of Canterbury (1452–4) Cardinal and Lord Chancellor, 68, 166

Kendal, John de Foix, earl of, 73

Kenilworth (Kyllingworthe), 67, 183

Kennedy, Sir Will., 78

Kent, 154–5, insurrection in, 25, 48, 66–68, 94, 149–151, 183–5:—Henry VI. in, 68

Kent, Captain of, 154

Kent, Thomas Holland, third earl of, created duke of Surrey, 51; beheaded, 52

Kent, countess of, widow of first earl, married to the Black Prince, 24

Kent, Countess of, widow of third earl, 57

Kent, Edmund Holland, fourth earl of (1400–7), 53

Kent, Will-Nevill, earl of, t. Edward IV., 77, 157, 159

Kent, Thos., 102

Kilmainham (Kylmayne) in Ireland, prior of, 65

Kingston bridge, 69

Kinghts of the Bath, manner of making, 106–113

Knollis, Sir Robert, 46

Knotte, King. See Canute

Knyston, —, 104

Kyllingworthe. See Kenilworth

Kymbeline (Cymbeline), King,

Kyme, earl of. See Tailbois

Kyrkeby, —, 48

Kyrton, Mrs., 132

Kyryell (Curiel), Sir Thos., 76, 155, 172

Lambart, alderman, sheriff, 141

Lambeth, 131, 135, 167, 174

Lampole, Sir Thos., 157

Lancaster, Henry, earl of(1346), 82; afterwards duke, 23

Lancaster, John of Gaunt, duke of, 24, 47, 49, 51

Lancaster, St. Thomas, earl of, 20

Langley, Richard II., buried at, 28, 30, 52 his body removed from, 54

Langley, Edmund of, duke of York, 24

Langley, alderman, 141

Langley Castle, Northumberland, 176

Langton. Thos. [should be John]bp. of St. David's, Chancellor of Cambridge (ob. 1447 ), 151

Latimer, lord, 157

Launde, prior of, executed, 52

Launson. See Alengon

La-Warr, Thos. West. lord (1486), 104–5

Lawnde, Robert, kknighted, 48

Lear (Leyre), King, 3

Lee, See Ale

Legge, John, 48

Leicester, 59, 152, 175; Parliament at, 66

Leicester, Rob. Dudley, earl of, 129, 137

Lennox, earl of (1513), 88
-, — countess of (Darnley's mother), 132, 141

Lewes, battle of, 19,37

Lewis, the lord, 158

Limehouse (Lymeoste), 66

Lincoln, John Russell, bp. of (1480–95) 104–5

Lincoln, Will., Alnwick, bp. of (ob. 1449), 151

Lionel, son of Edward III.; made duke of Clarence, 24

Lincoln, my lord (bishop ?) of, 156 (John Chedworth, bp. 1452–71)

Lisle, lord, son of Talbot, first earl of Shrewsbury, 166

Llewelyn (Newlyn), Prince of Wales, 20, 35, 38

Lodge, Sir Thos., mayor of London, 126–7

Lombard Street, 137

Lombards, the, and the mercers "horlynge" between, 7 0

Lomney, Sir Ralph, 52

Lomney (Lumley ?), lord, 157

London, founded by Brutus, 2. Londonbridge and great part of city burnt, 32. Stone bridge begun, Castle Baynard destroyed, ib. Henry III. intended to cast down the city walls, ib. Warren granted to the city, 34; also common seal and other rights, ib. Ordinance touching sheriffs, 34. Fall of a tower of London Bridge, 62, 149; Jack Cade in, 67. Heads placed on London Bridge Battle on London-bridge, ib. Duke of York rides through, 69. Tower at war with the city, 73. Scarcity of victuals in Mortality of the plague in, 123–5. The old bishops removed from the Tower (1563), 126. Chamber and chamberlain of L. 126, Mayor of, bankrupt, 126, 127. Mayor wears a beard, 127. Procession of Dudley, earl of Leicester, through 137. The city threatned by the Northern men 172. Certain merchants of, made knights of the Bath, Kentish men attack, 183, 184

London, keepers and bailiffs of, under Ric.I., 31; under John, 31, 32:— mavors and sheriffs of, under John, 32, 33; under Henry III. under Edward I., 38–40; under Edward II., 40–43; under Edward III., 43–47 under Richard II., 47–51; under Henry IV., 52–54; under Henry V.; 54–57; under Henry VI., 58–75; under Edward IV., 78–80, N.B.—These officers are not indexed individually under their names, as lists of them can be found in many other works. See Appendix to the "Historical Collections of a Citizen of London," pp. 241–279

London-bridge, 137, 140, 179, 184. See also London

London-house (bishop of London's palace)169, 183

London-stone, 137

London, John Stokesley, bp. of, 89

London, Edmund Grindall, bp. of, 130, 140

London, bp. of, his man's house at Hoxton, 143

London, Rob. Gilbert, bp. of (ob. 1448)

Louis IV. of Bavaria ("Lowes Emperoure of the Normaynes")

Louis XI. of France, 158, 181

Lovell, John lord, (1454–63), 73

Lowe, John, bp. of Rochester, 100

Lud, king, 5

Lucius (Lucye), king, converted to Christianity, 6, 7

Lucy, Sir Will., 74

Ludgate, 137

Ludlow, 72, 168

Lumley. See Lomney

Lumley, Marmaduke, bp. of Carlisle (1430. 50), 151

Luton, near St. Alban's, 155

Luxemburg, Louis de, Cardinal abp. of Rouen and bishop of Ely chancellor of Normandy, 64

Lyard, Walter [bp. of Norwich?], 101

Lyle, Sir Humphrey, 88

Lyle, lord, of Crayle, 159

Lyndesey, Sir Alex., 164

Lyons, Richard, 48

Machony, 84

Mackerefl, Dr., 161

Maine. See Anjou

Malarie, Sir Ric., mayor of London, 133

Malery, Sir Thos., 157

Malley (Mawley), lord, 161

Malpas, Philip, 67, 103, 150

Malt (brasium), price of, 151, 156, 159

Maltravers (Matrevys), lord, 105

Man, Will., 132

Manchester, 125

Mandfeld (Mansfield), Gebonde or Gilbert, 50

Manning, Dr., 80

March, earl of. See Edward IV.: Mortimer, Edmund and Roger

Marcham Dale, Sir William, 157

Mardyke, near Calais, 62

Mare, Bernard de la, 178

Mare, Edw. (q. Bernard?) de la, 179 [See Gregory, 225]

Marfyn, John, 79 See Merfyn.

Margaret of Anjou, Queen of Henry, VI., 64, 79, 149, 154–6, 158, 160, 162, 166, 175, 180, 184

Margaret, sister of Edward IV., married to Charles duke of Burgundy, 182

Margaret, sister of Philip IV. of France, 20

Maroke, Charles of, 84

Marr, earl of, 164

Marrebon, count of, 164

Marshal, Earl and Countess. See Mowbray

Marshalsea in Southwark, 115, 121, 136

Marshaunt, Janyn, 48

Martin V., pope, 56

Massam, Nich., 179

Massy, Nic., 80

Matrevys. See Maltravers

Maud, daughter of Malcom III. of Scotland, 17 married to Henry Beauclerc

Mauley (Malley), lord, 161

Maximilian II. Experor, 142

Maxon (Maxwell), lord, Scotch Warden of the West Marches, 159

Mayence, abp. of, 85

Mayors of London. See London

Meautis (Nutas), John, French secretary to Henry VIII., 93

Meaux en Brie, 57, 58

Medilton, — attendant of Humph. duke of Gloucester, 65

Melbourne, 155

Melder, Reynold, duke of, 84

Mellyn, Sir Roger, 161

Menteith (Mountyf), earl of, taken prisoner at Durham (Nevill's Cross), 23

Mercers, the, and the Lombards, "horlynge" between, 70

Melfyn, Rob., [should be John. See Rolls of Parl. V. 477], 179. See also Marfyn

Middleham (Medlame), Yorkshire, 72, 79, 179

Milan, duchess of, her daughter married to the earl of Kent, t. Hen. IV., 53

Minories, the, 142–3

Molines (Mullens), lord, 160

Moleyns, Adam, keeper of the privy seal, afterwards bp. of Chichester, 64, 101 murdered, 151

Monkys, —, 75

Mons (Moynys), in Hainault, 59

Montague, John Nevill, lord (1461–71), 156, 159, 178, 179 Created earl of Northumberland (1464), 179

Monfort, Simon de, earl of Leicester, 19

Montgomery (Mongorye), Sir Thomas, 157

Montgomery, John, 78

More, John, 115

Mortain, earl of, 165

Mortimer, Anne and Alianore, daughters of Roger earl of March, 170

Mortimer, Edmund, earl of March, 170–1

Mortimer, John, name assumed by Cade 66

Mortimer, Sir John, 58, 148

Mortimer, Roger, earl of March, 170

Mortimer, Sir Roger, 21, 22,43

Motimer's Cross, battle of, 77

Mortlond (Herts ?), 158

Morton, the lord (qu. Dr.), 158

Morton, Dr. (afterwards Cardinal), 159, 161

Mountford (Mowmfford), [Osbert], 73

Mountjoy, Walter Blount, lord, 182

Mountjoy place, 143

Mountyf. See Menteith

Mowbray, Humphrey [John], third duke of Norfolk, 162

Mowbray, Thos., earl of Nottingham, earl Marshall, afterwards duke of Norfolk, 26, 27, 51

Nowbray, Catherine, Countess Marshall, widow of preceding, 57

Mownforth, Sir Tho., 157

Mowntener, lord, 157

Mullens, lord, 160

Mundy, mayor, 93

Murray, earl of (slain 1424), 164

Murray, Jas., earl of, 141

Murray, lord Chas., 159

Mylborn, mayor, 93

Myleton, W., D. D., 163

Myners, —, 103

Mynsterworthe, John, 47

Mytton, Gilbert of, 41

N-Q.

Navarre (Navern) count of, 164

Navarre, King of (John II.), 158

Nedam,—, yeoman of Humphrey duke of Gloucester, 65

Nevell,—, of the Temple, 73

Nevill, Sir John, son of Ric., earl of Salisbury, 70

Nevill, Ralph, lord, created earl of Westmoreland, 51

Nevill, Geo., bp. of Exter (1456–65) abp. of York (1465–76), chancellor (1460–3), 74, 153, 173, 178

Nevill, lord (1486), 105

Nevill, [John], lord (brother of the earl of Westmoreland), 171; slain at Towton (1461), 160, 161

Nevill, Alex., abp. of York, 26

Nevill's Cross (Durham), battle of, 23

Newall (Nowall), [Alex], dean of St. Paul's, 130

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 79, 179

Newgate, 80, 122, 148, 149

Newgate Market, 121

Newhaven. See Havre de Grace

Newlyn. See Llewelyn

Newmarket, (Novum Mercatum), 149

Newnton, Thos., 50

Newporte. See Nieuport.

Nicholas of the Tower, ship named,66, 99

Nieuport, in Flanders, 26

Nocston, Sir Thos., 157

Nomannyslond St. Alban's, 155

Norbockewe, Sir Henry, 161

Norbury, John, 49

Norcyn, David, book of, 103

Norfolk, inundations in, 154

Norfolk price of corn in, 159

Norfolk and Suffolk, 155; proposed invasion of, 158

Norfolk, Thos. Mowbray, first duke of (1397–1413), 27

Norfolk, John Mowbray, third duke of,(1432–61), 61, 76, 77, 97, 151, 155, 161, (misnamed Humphrey), 162, 172, 173

Norfolk, John Mowbray, fourth duke of (1461–76), 157

Norham castle taken by the Lancastrians, 178

Norman, John, mayor of London, 69

Normandy, Chancellor of. See Luxemburg, Louis de

Normandy, invaded by Henry V., 55, 56; lost, 66, 97, 166

North, Roger lord (1564–1600), 143

Northampton, 153, 162, 183 parliament at,48 battle of, 74, 153, 169

Northampton, John of, 49

Northumberland, earldom of, 183

Northumberland, Henry Percy, first earl of (1377–1408), 51, 53

Northumberland, Henry Percy, second earl of (1414–55), 70, 152, 166

Northumberland, Henry Percy, third earl of (1455–61), 71, 160, 161, 168

Norwell, Will., 85

Norwich, Henry, (not Richard), Spencer, bp. of, 26, 49

Norword, John, 47

Norys, Sir Will., 157

Nottingham, 155

Nottingham, Thos. of Mowbray, earl of, 26, 49

Nottingham, Sir Will. Becheham, earl, 83 See foot note

Nowell, Alex., dean of St. Paul's, 130, 132

Nutas. See Meautis

"Obedience of a Christian Man," the, book called, 90

Offa, king, founder of St. Alban's, 13

Ogle, lord, 157 (note), 159

Okeley,—, 75

Old Fish street, St. Margaret's, 140

Old Swan, the, 131

Oldale (Oldhall), Sir Will., 164

Oldcastle, Sir John, lord Cobham, 53, 54, 56 book of, 90

Orleans, siege of, 60

Orleans, Louis, duke of, 53, 54

Ormond, Charles, duke of, 62

Ormond, Jas. Butler, fourth earl, 65

Ormond, Thos., 158

Ormund, Sir John, 161

Orth, Sir Hugh, 164

Osey, Sir Harry of, 157

Oswald, St., King of Northumberland, 12

Oswestry, Salop, 142

Oswyne, King of Northumberland, 12

Owen, Sir David, 104

Oxford, 177 persons beheaded at, 52

Oxford, Robert Vere, 9th earl of, aft. Duke of Ireland. See Vere, Sir Robert

Oxford, Sir John Vere, 7th earl of (1331 –60), 84

Oxford, John Vere, 12th earl of (1417 –61), 78, 162

Oxford, John Vere, 13th earl of(1464 –1513), 105

Oxford, Edw. Vere, 17th earl of his place in St. Swithin's churchyard, 137

Oxyll (qu. Ogle), lord, 157

Oye, 62

Padolyse, Sir Piers, 157

Palm Sunday field. See Towton, battle of

Paris, 166 Henry VI. crowned at, 61, 164

Parker, Henry, Carmelite Friar, 180

Parker, Matt., abp. of Canterbury (1559–75), 129, 135.

Partridge, Sir Miles, 127

Paul II., pope, 181

Paul's Cross, 89, 125–6, 128, 173, 180

Peas, price of, 159

Pecock (Pokok), Reginald, bp. of Chichester, accused of heresy (1457), 71, 167–8

Pekerynge, [Jas.], 76

Pellam, capt., 142

Pembroke, Sir Laurence Hastings, earl of, t. Edw. III, 84

Pembroke, John Hastings, earl of, t. Ric. II., 48

Pembroke, Jasper Tudor, earl of (1452–6 1), 77 taken prisoner, 155; appointed to invadeEngland, 158; in Bamborough castle,ib.

Penycoke, John, 101

Penyngton, Will., 178, 179

Percy, Sir Harry (Hotspur), 51, 52

Percy, Sir Ralph, 156, 158, 176, 178

Percy, dominus R. de, 160

Percy, Sir Thos., created earl of Worcester, 51, 52

Percy, Sir Thos. [lord Egremont), breaks out of Newgate, 70

Percy, Will., bp. of Carlisle (14527ndash;62), 152

Perpoynt, Mrs., 121–2

Pestilence, the first, t. Edw. III., 44; the great, 45; the third, ib.; the fourth, 46; the fifth, 47

Peterborough, 155

Philip of Valois (Philip VI. of France), 23

Philippa, daughter of Lionel, duke of Clarence, 170–1

Philippa of Hainhault, Queen of Edward III., 21, 24,43

Philpott, John, knighted, 48

Philpot, John, parson of St. Michael's, Cornhill, 126, 139, 140

Pickering. See Pekerynge

Piggate, Sir Ralph, 161

Plague in London, mortality of the, 123–5, 144–7

Pleshy (Plaschey), the Duke of Gloucester's place, 27, 52

Plomer, John, knighted, 80, 182

Plumpton (Plomtun), Sir Will., 161

Plummer, Sir Thos., 182

Poitiers (Peyters), battle of, 23, 45

Pokok. See Pecock

Pokrych (Puckeridge), Herts. 162

Pole (Poole), Sir Michael de la, earl of Suffolk, 26

Pole, Wiliam de la. See Suffolk

Pomfret, 28, 52, 154

Ponington, Sir Will. warden of Topcliff, 79

Pont de l'Arche (Pountelarge), taken, 56

Pont Meulan (Pownt-Melayne), surrendered 58

Ponynges, lord, 164

Popering, near Calais, 62, 165

Pork, Sir Matt., 164

Porter, —, 162

Portugal, King of (Alfonso V), 158

Poultry, the (stocks called the Pultrie), 121
-, Counter in, 143

Powes, lord, 157, 159

Poynes, Mr. 104

"Practyse of Prelates," the, book called, 90

Prague, lords of, war against, 60

Preston, lord, 159

Prohibited books, 89

Provence, Eleanor, daughter of the count of, married to Henry III., 35

Pryce, Will., 79

Puckeridge (Pokrych), Herts, 162

Pudding Lane, 143

Pulford,—, 103

Pultrie. See Poultry.

Puritans, 143

Pygot, Sir Ralph, 157

R-T.

Raclyf, Henry, of Framysden, 161

Radcote (Ratcote), Oxfordshire, meeting of lords against Richard II. at, 26

Radynton, Sir Baldwin, 50

Ravenspur, Yorkshire, Richard II. lands at, 27, 51

Reading Abbey, Henry I. buried at—Abbot of, 100

Redesdale, Robin of, 182

Reste, John, mayor, 93

Reyner, Sir Will., 157

Richard, I., 18, 29, 31

Richard, II., 24–28, 30, 52, 170

Richard, III. See Glouceter, duke of

Richard, son of Henry I., 17

Richard, earl of Cornwall, son of King John, 19

Richmond, 143

Risebank at Calais, 73

Rivers, Ric. Woodville lord, ?72, 102, 157, 180, 183; his son Anthony. See Woodville

Robin of Redesdale, 182

Robin of Holderness, 183

Rochester, 136

Rochester, Edmund Gheast, bp. of (l559–7l), 130

Rochester, John Lowe, bp. of, 100

Rolls, Master of (Sir Will. Cordell), 120

Rolles, Sir John of the, 117, 120

Rone. See Rouen

Rood lane, 139

Roos, Thomas lord (1431–64) 76, 80; appointed to invade England, 158; Bamborough Castle, ib.; slain, 156; ported as slain at Towton, 160; his conflicts with Montague, 178; beheaded, 179

Roose, Sir Rob., secretary to King Henry VI., 64, 101

Rosamond's Bower, 18

Rosell, John, 179

Rouen (Rone), besieged and taken, 56

Rouen, Cardinal abp. of, Louis de Luxemburg), 64

Routhe, Thos., 79

Roxburgh besieged by James I., by, 165; James II., 168

Roye, Friar. His Book against the Seven Sacraments, 90

Royston, 149, 151, 155, 156

Russell, Anne, daughter of Francis earl of Bedford, married to Ambrose Duley earl of Warwick, 13

Russell (Rosell) John, 179

Russell, John, bp. of Lincoln. See Lincoln

Russell, Sir John, of Worcester, 158

Rutland, earl of, t. Ric. II. created duke of Albemarle ("Arondell" in text), 51

Rutland, earl of, son of Ric. duke of York, ?72, ?75, 76, 154

Ruthyn. See Grey

Rye, 140

Rynge Crosse, 143

Sackville. See Sakefylde

St. Alban's, 73, 76, Abbey of, 13
-, — [John Whethamstede] abbot of, 100
-, — first battle of, 70, 149, 152, 168, 169; second battle of, 76, 155, 172

St. Alborghe, abbot of 101

St. Andrew's Undershaft, 93, 132

St. Antholine's, 139

St. Asaph, Thomas, bp. of, 100

St. Bartholomew's the Less, parson of, 16

St. David's John Delabere, bp. of, 101

St. Edmund's. See Bury St. Edmund's

St. Edward the Confessor, shrine of, 37

St. George. See Seynt George

St. George's in the Fields, 137

St. Giles in the Fields, 71

St. Giles without Cripplegate, 135, 139

St. James', 129

St. John's priory, 48; prior of, 184

St. Katherine's, 63, 132

St. Katherine's Pool, 143

St. Lawrence, master of, 102

St. Magnus', 138. 9

St. Margaret Pattens, 139

St. Margaret's, Old Fish Street, 140

St. Martin's, 93

St. Martin's Ironmonger Lane, 127

St. Mary Abehurch, parson of, 127

St. Mary Magdalen's, Milk Street, 136

St. Mary Overy's church, founded, 32 churchyard, 75; stairs, 137

St. Michael's, Cornhill, parson of, 126

St. Mildred's in Bread Street, 138

St. Neot's, 154

St. Nicholas Lane, 137

St. Paul's, London, 69, 75, 134, 139, 142, 184; churchyard, 167; steeple of, 57, 65, 78, 116, 149
-, — Alex. Nowell, dean of, 130

St. Paul's churchyard, 137

St. Peter of Milan, 36

St. Peter's, Cornhill, 91
-, — Parson of, 139, 140

St. Peter le Poer, (?) 139

St. Swithin's churchyard, London, 137

St. Thomas of Acres, in Cheap, 142

St. Thomas of Canterbury (Becket), 18, 19, 33

St. Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 20

St. Thomas Watering, 68

Sakefylde, lady, 121

Sakvyll Place, 141

Sailsbury, 69

Salisbury, Ric. Nevill, earl of, 70—76; 153, 154, 168, 171. See also "Earls, the three"
-, — his place, 75
-, — his son Thomas, 171

Salisbury, John de Montacute, earl of, conspires against Henry IV., 28; beheaded, 52

Salisbury, Thos. deMontacute, earl of, (1409–28), 58, 164

Salisbury, bp. of (Thos. Langton), 105

Salisbury, bp. of, (Will. Ayscough), 67, 69, 100

Salisbury Court, 141

Salisbury, Sir John, 26

Samfford Hill, 48

Sandwich, 72, 73. 153; spoiled by the French, 71, 152, 166; intended landing at, 158

Sandyfforde, near Southampton, 74

Saturday. "The Wode Saturday," 47

Sandynforde, Yorkshire, 154

Savey, Sir John, 157

Savoy, the, London, 24, 48, 122

Say, Jas. Fienes, lord, 66, 67, 101

Say, John, 101

Say, lord John, 150. This is an error, Jas., lord Say, being intended

Say, lord (1462), 157

Say, Will., 102

Scales, Thos. lord (1418–60), 60, 68, 73, 75, 151, 153, 164, 169

Scales, Anthony, lord. See Woopville

Scalys, lord, said to have been killed at Towton (1461), 160, 161

Scot, Sir John, 157

Scot, a. preacher at St. Magnus, 138–9

Scotland, 40, 41, 49; news out of, 159 Lancastrian lords in, 158; Henry VI. and Margaret of Anjou, 175; in, truce with, 181
-, — lord chamberlain of, 88

Scots in possession of Berwick, 175

Scots with Margaret of Anjou, 155, 175, 176, 177

Scrope, Roger, abp. of York, 53

Scrope, Sir Will. (created earl of Wiltshire by Richard II.), 27, 28, 51

Scrope, Henry, lord, beheaded t. Hen, V., 55

Scrope, Henry, lord (in 1561), 119

Scrope of Bolton, lord, 157

Scutage, 37

Seeton, Yorksh., 160

Senkeler, 75

Serjeant's feast, the, 142

Serle, Will., the murderer of Thomas of of Woodstock, duke of Gloucester, 53

Seton (Towton), battle of, 161, 162

Seynt Gorge, Sir Geo., 157

Shaftesbury, 117

Sharp (Scharp), Jack, 148

Shegge (Slegg ?) Stephen, 102

Shene, 26

Sheriffs of London. See London. Not to hold office more than a year, 34

Sherewod, Harry, and his wife, 121, 122

Sherwood Forest, captain in, 162

Shireborne, battle at (battle of Towton), 77. See Towton.

Shooters IIill, (Sheters Hill), 61

Shoreditch churchyard, 126

Shrewsbury, battle of, 52

Shrewsbury, first earl of. See Talbot

Shrewsbury, John Talbot, second earl of (1453–60), 74, 153, 169

Shrewsbury, John Talbot, third ear of (1460–73), 157, 159, 160, 161

Sicily, king of, 158

Sigismund, the Emperor visits England, 55

Skipton in Craven (Shipton in Crawyn), castle of, taken by the Lancastrians,, 178; surrendered to Edward IV., 179

Slegge (Stephen ?), 98, 102

Sluys (Skluse, Slews), naval battleat, 22, 44

Smithfield, 48, 55, 63, 126, 181
-, prior of St. John's in, 184

Soham, 154

Somerset, John Beaufort, first earl of, created marquis of Doreset, 51

Somerset, John Beaufort, first duke of (1443–4), 64

Somerset, Edmund Beaufort, second duke of (1448–55), 70, 149, 152

Somerset, Henry Beaufort, third duke of (1455–64), 71, 16, 79, 154, 168, 171, 172, 174; attainted, 175; preparing to invade England, 156, 158; in Bamborough Castle, 158; sumits to King Edward, 176; deserts him, 177; his battles with Somerset, 178; reported as slain, 156, 160; beheaded, 179

Somerset, Edmund Beaufort, fourth duke of beheaded (1471), 184

Somerset, lord John, of, 184

Somerset, master, 101

Somerset, Sir Charles, 105

Somner, Ric., 48

Southampton, 55

Southwark, 137, 140, 154; burnt, 32; men, beheaded in,, 68; Yorkists in, 13; Marshalesea in, 115, 121; hay-cart burnt in, 117; ravaged by Kentish men, 183

Southwick (Sowtwyk), lord, 157

Southwell (Suthwell), the lord. 158

Spain, duke of, 158

Spain, men of, to invade England, 158

Spaldynge, Piers of, 41

Sparke's place beside Oye, 62

Spencer, lord created earl of Gloucester, 51; beheaded, 52

Spencer, Henry (not Richard), bp. of Norwich, 26, 49

spencers, the temp, Edward II., 21, 42

Spiller, Will., 79, 179

Stace,—, 102

Stafford, earl of. t. Hen. IV., 52

Stafford, Humphrey, earl of, t. Hen. VI., afterwards duke of Buckingham, 61, 64

Stafford, sir Humphrey. 67

Stafford, John, 67, 161

Stamford, 155, 156

Stanbury, John, prior, provost of Eton 100

Standard, the, in Cheap, 48, 67, 125

Standard, the, in Flete strete, 71

Stanley, Thos., second lord (1459–85), earl of Derby (1485–1504), 157

Stanley, Sir Edw., 88
-, Sir John, 157
-, Sir Thos., 102
-, Sir Will., 157

Stannyewyssche, Sir Jas., 157

Staple, or Stable, Adam, deposed from the mayoralty, 41

Stapleton, Walter, bp. of Exeter, t. Edw. II., 21, 42

Stephen, King, 18, 29

Stepney, Philpot, parson of, 139, 140

Stewart (Styward), John, 159

Stokebrege, Will., 127

Stokesley, John, bp. of London, 89

Stokton, John, mayor, 92

Stonnar, Sir Will., 105

Stourbridge (Stebrigge), fair, 153

Stourton, lord, 102, 157

Strange, Geo. Stanley, lord (1482–97) 104–5

Strawe, Jack, 25

Strumpets, ordinance relating to, 62

Stuntney, 154

Sturgyn,—, 126

Styward, John, 159

Sudbury, Suff., 132

Sudbury, Simon, abp. of Canterbury, beheaded, 25, 48

Sudeley, lord, 102

Suffolk. See Norfolk

Suffolk, Sir Rob. d'Ufford, earl of (t. Edw. III.), 83

Suffolk, Michael De la Pole, earl of, t. Ric. II., 49

Suffolk, Will. De la Pole, earl of (afterwards marquis and duke of), t. Hen. VI., 60, 64, 65, 66, 95, 97, 101, 149, 150, 164

Suffolk [Frances], duchess of (1567), 142

Suffolk, John de la Pole, duke of (1463–91), 157, 162

Sunday, markets not to be held on, 64

Surrey, duke of, 28, 51

Surrey, Thos. Howard, earl of,at Flodden, 87–8

Surrye, i.e. Syria 1

Sussex, Henry VI. in, 68

Sussex, Thos. Ratcliff, earl of (1567), 142–3

Swan, Sir John, 157

Sweden, King of. See Eric XIV.

Symsone, —, wife of, 140

Syria ("Surrye"), 1

Syvas (?), lord, 161

Tadcaster, Yorkshire, 173

Tailbois (Treilboz), [William], called earl of Kyme, 156, 161, 178, 179

Talbot, John lord (1421–42), first earl of shrewsbury (1442–53), 60, 166

Tate, John, " with the powlyd hed," mayor, 92; Sir John, knight, mayor, 92;

Taylboys, Sir Will., 158

Tayler, Will., burnt in Smithfield, 58

Tayllour, Will., alderman, 71; mayor, 92

Tempests, great, 46, 134, 181

Templars, destruction of the, 20

Temple Bar, 71, 122, 137

Terell. See Tyrell

Tewkesbury, battle of 184

Thames, three floods in the, 54; overflow of, 66; frozen over 131

Thames Street, 138

Thetford, Norf. 154

Thomas of Brotherton, Earl Marshal, son of Edward I. 20

Thomas of Woodstock, duke of Gloucester son of Edward III. 24, 26, 27

Thomas, duke of Clarence, son of Henry IV. 54

Thomas, Robert, master gunner 134

Thorpe, a book of 90

Thorpe, [baron of the Exchequer] 73, 75, 103

Three Cranes in the Vintry, the 137

Throgmorton, Sir Nic., 163

Thyne abp. of, 85

Tides, very high, in the Thames, 129

Topcliff, warden of (Sir W. Ponyngton), 79

Touques (Towcke) in Normandy, 56

Tower of London, 64, 67, 69, 73, 74, 75, 80, 132, 133, 139, 141–2, 153, 169, 172, 174, 181, 182, 183

Tower Hill, 133; executions on, 48, 63, 66, 78

Tower Hill, abbot of 100

Tower Stairs, 142

Tower Street, 133

Towrs,— 139

Towton, battle of, or Palm Sunday Field, 77, 159, 160, 173. see also Seton

Treilboz. See Tailbois

Trent, the river, 155, 173

Tresilian, Sir Rob., chief justice, t. Ric. II, 26, 49

Trevilian, John, 101

Troblefylde, Mr., 104

Trollope, Davy, 161

Trollope, Andrew 154–5, 161 (b.s)

Troyes, treaty of 56

Tuddenham (Tudnam), Sir Tho., 78, 103, 162

Tunstall (Dunstal), Sir Ric., 158, 159, 178, 182

Turnar, —, of Boulogne, 125, 127

Twyfford, Sir Nic. 48

Twyssell, bridge of, 87

Tyburn, 65, 169

Tyndal, W., his Answer to More's Dialogue, 90; book called the Matrimony of Tyndal, ib.

Tyrrell, Sir Will., 78, 162

U-Z.

Uske. See Huske

Uther Pendragon, 9, 10

Upwere, 154

Venter, Thos., 52

Vere, Sir Robert de, earl of Oxford, marquis of Dublin and duke of Ireland, 26, 49

Vere, Aubrey de, son of John, 12th earl of Oxford, 78, 162

Verneuil in Perche, battle of, 164

Vintry, the, 137

Waffer, Harry, knighted, 80

Wakefield, battle of, 76, 154, 171

Wakeup, lord, 159

Wales, 69

Waltham, 58, 149

Walworth, Sir Will., 25, 48

Warcoppe —, 89

Warde —, of Topcliff, 179

Ware, Herts, 162

Warren granted to the City of London, 34

Warwick, Ric., earl of, t. Ric. II., 26, 27, 49, 50, 51

Warwick, Henry Beauchamp, earl of, created duke of 64, 97

Warwick, Ric., earl of (the king maker), 70, 71?77, 80, 153, 156, 157, 159, 161 (misnamed Edward), 168, 172, 173, 176, 183, 184. see also" Earls, the three."

Warwick, lord Ambrose Dudley, earl of, 134

Watch, a great, in the city, 140–1

Water, Roger, 79, 179

Wawe, Will., 60

Waynflete, Will. de, bp. of Winchester(1447—86)

Waynsford, bastard, 178

Weirs in the Thames, 34

Welles, bid, 160, 161

Welles, Sir Will., 159

Welshmen and Scots with Margaret of Anjou, 155

Wenloke, Sir John, lord Wenlock (1461–71), 72, 74, 75, 157, 159, 169, 184

Wentbryge, Yorkshire, 162

Wentworth, Oliver, 79, 179
-, —Sir Philip, 79, 178, 179

Westminster, 131; kings and queens buried at, 16, 19, 20, 24, 26, 30, 31, 62; crowned at, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 31, 54, 60, 162, 166, 173; Parliaments at, 66, 170, 175, 176; marriage of lord Am brose Dudley at, 134; Puritans at, 143; Gatehouse at, ib.; Edward IV. takes possession of the throne at, 173; crowned at, 174; visits 185

Westminster, abbot of 103

Westmoreland (Westhumbyrlond), Ralph Nevill, second earl of (1425–84), 157, 160

Whethamstede, John. See St. Alban's, abbot of

White, sir John, mayor 127

White, sir Rob., vicar of Deptford 63

Whitechapel, 137. See also Blawnchapylton

White Friars (or Carmelites?), 151

Wiche, Hugh, knighted 80

Wicked Mammon, the, Parable of (a book) 90

Wilkokes, Mr. 119

William the Conqueror, 16, 17, 28, 85

William Rufus 17, 29

William of Hatfield, son of Edward III. 170

William, son of Henry 17

Willoughby, Rob., lord (1409–52), 164

Willoughby, lord, reported as killed at Towton (1461), 160

Wilton. See Grey

Wiltshire, James Butler, earl of (1449–61), 76, 77, 155, 161

Wiltshire, Will. Scrope, earl of (1397–9) 51

Winchelsea, 62

Winchester, 140; Kings buried at, 15, 16, 17, 29; Prince Arthur christened at 104–5

Winchester, St. Swithin's, prior of, 105

Winchester, bp. of. See Beaufort, Hen.; Horne, Rob.; Waynflete, Will. de

Windsor, 164; Queen Elizabeth at, 126–7

Windsor Castle, 70

Wingfield, sir John, 105, 157

Wisbeach, 155

"Wode Saturday," the 47

Wodfeld (Woodville), Sir Ric. 63

Wolferston, Roger, 161

Woodstock, Edmund of, son of Edward I., 20

Woodstock, Thomas of, duke of Gloucester, son of Edward III., 24, 26, 27

Woodville, Anthony, lord Scales (1461–9), earl Rivers (1469–83), 72, 92, 157, 181, 182, 184

Woodville, (Widvell), Sir Edw. (called lord Woodville) 104

Woodville, Eliz., daughter of lord Rivers and the duchess of Bedford, married to Edward IV. 80, 180. See also Elizabeth

Woodville, Sir John, son of Ric., lord Rivers, 183

Worby, John, of Mortland 158

Worcester, King John buried at, 19, 29

Worcester, Sir Thos. Percy, ear of (1397–1403), 51

Worcester, John Tiptoft, earl of (1449–70), 157, 159, 177, 182, 183

Worcester, John Carpenter, bp. of 100

Worcester, Rob. Morton bp. of (1486), 105

Worcester, bp. of, dead in 1449, 151. (This is erroneous)

Wratton, Piers 104

Wyllson, —, a dyer. 138

Wynglesdome Moor, Durham 41

York field (battle of Towton), 77. See Towton

York, city, founded, 3; parliament at 42; Edward IV. at, 77, 174; executions at, 79, 161, 179; heads of Yorkist lords exposed on the city walls 172

York, Edmund of Langley, duke of 24

York, Philippa duchess of, widow of Edward, second duke 57

York, Richard, duke of, father of Edward IV. 63, 69, 70, 71, 72, 75, 76, 95, 97, 149, 151–2, 154, 168–171

York, abp. of (1426–51). See Kemp, John

York, Alex. Nevill, abp. of, t. Rich. II. 49, 50

York, Will. Booth, abp. of (1452–64), 162

Yowng, —, parson of St. Bartholomew's the Little 126



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