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'Index', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 11 (1800), pp. XV-LX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63635 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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ABELL, THOMAS, priest, 181.

ABBOTS'S MILL, 72, 144, 145.

Adestone, John, priest, 181.

Adye, John, 249.

Ægelwin, dean of the priory of Christ-church, 425.

Ælfleda, the mighty lady of Mercia, 85.

Ælfwin, dean of the priory of Christ-church, 426.

Æstuary, one where the river Stour now is, 136.

Æsture, now the Stour river, ibid.

Æthelstane, king, 125.

Agar, Harry, 171; Edward, memorial of, 234.

Agate, much of it, in pavement of cathedral, 370.

Airson, John, cl. 220, 288.

Alan, prior of Christ-church, 434.

Albone, Edward, D. D. a learned monk of Christchurch, 446.

Alcham, Alkham, Virgil de, cl. 276, 281.

Alcock, Robert, 54; Thomas, cl. memorial of, 234, 236.

Aldey, Edward, cl. memorial of, 222, 224.

Aldhunc, the king's prefect, 9.

Aldermanries, and aldermen of the city, account of, 78.

Aldermen, number of, 17; new regulated, 18; new elected, 19, 20, 28.

Alderston, John, clerk, 219.

Aldrich, Francis, S. T. P. memorial of, 231.

Aleyn, Hugh, 525.

Alfred, king, 329.

Alfric, dean of the priory of Christ-church, 426.

Alfward, the king's bailiff, 84.

Alianor, queen, 70.

Alien, not to bear office in the city, 20.

Allen, Richard, cl. 253, 271; John, memorial of, in cathedral, 389.

ALL SAINTS, church of, 212; church and ward of, 80; parson of, 144; church united with St. Mildred's, 211, 213.

All Saints church, in London, 531.

All Saints, altar of, in the cathedral, 318.

Almonry, Ambry, Eleemosinary, of Christ-church, 504, 513, 529, 532, 547.

Almes-hole, 40.

Alms, enjoined to be distributed by deans and chapters, 546.

Alnod Cild, 5, 6.

Aloisus Priobus, executor to cardinal Pole, 532.

Alsin, dean of the priory of Christ church, 426.

Alfwerd, or Alfred, the king's prefect, 9.

Altar, high, in the cathedral, account of, 370.

Altars, different ones in churches, reason of, 382; number of formerly in cathedral, 382.

Alva, duke of, 91.

Ambrose, John, 489, 491.

Ambry wall and corner, 41, 44.

Ambry, the children of, 423.

Ambry, See before, Almonry.

Ampellor, Clement, 46.

Anabaptists, meeting houses for, 102.

Anchor, dug up at Westbere, 136.

Andres, or Andrews gate, 234.

Andrews, John, cl. 253.

Angel steeple, in the cathedral, 317, 343, 344, 345.

Angel lane, 359, 505.

Anian, Dr. 355.

Anjou, duke of, 337.

Annott, Charles, 226.

Ansell, Jane, memorial of, 394.

Anselm, Thomas, 491.

Anthony, John, 174; Robert, 489, 491.

ANTIQUITIES found, 60, 137, 138, 184.

Antoninus, his itinerary, 3, 81.

Apulderfield, arms of, 212, 245.

Apuldore, MANOR OF, 454.

Aqueducts, antient ones, discovered, 543.

Archbishop of Canterbury, 4, 5, 6, 13, 14, 15, 88, 123, 125, 146, 155, 156, 182, 211, 239, 367, 536; head of the priory of Christ-church, 463; visitor of it, 464; visitor of the dean and chapter, 517.

Archbishops and monks formerly lived in common together, 295; their estates separated, 483.

Archbishops and priors, ornaments on their gravestones different, 387.
-, ——, several burial places of, 417, 418.

Archbishops, sainted, 306; cardinals, ibid. lord treasurer and lord chancellors, ibid.

Archbishop possesses Westgate mill, 146; the parsonage of Northgate, 246; of Holycross, Westgate, 257; joint patron of St. Andrew's and St. Mary Bredman churches, united, 224, 235; of St. Alphage and St. Mary, Northgate, 218, 247; of Holy Cross, Westgate, and St. Peter's, 260, 267; of St. Paul's and St. Martin's, 277, 286.

ARCHBISHOP'S PALACE, ville and precincts of, 23, 41, 42, 130, 294, 504, 513.

Archbishop—Adelm, 318; Ægelnoth, 310; Æthelgar, 321; Alphege, 84, 309, 310, 311, 319, 325, 330 331, 427, 428, 430; Aluric, 321; Anselm, 177, 314, 319, 321, 322, 323, 414, 428, 429, 430; Arundel, 341, 342, 343, 352, 367, 450, 507, 515; Athelard, 320, 321; Augustine, 3, 292, 294, 295, 306, 307, 320, 359; Baldwin, 434, 435, 472, 531; Becket, 16, 333, 352, 356, 362, 363, 408, 433, 459, 475, 478, 486, 487, 491, 497, 506; Boniface, 139, 297, 337; Bourchier, 406, 456; Bradwardin, 405; Bregwin, 321; Ceolnoth, 83, 318, 425; Chicheley, 344, 406, 452, 522; Corboil, 318, 323, 463, 464; Countney, 104, 341, 412, 450, 502, 513, 515, 524, 531; Cranmer, 486, 495, 545; Cuthbert, 321, 526; Dean, 402; Dunstan, 312, 319, 325, 330, 331, 428; Eadsin, 289, 320; Edmund, 475; Elfric, 426; Egelnoth, 318, 426, 427; Fleologild, 318; Herring, 371; Hubert, 146, 297, 523, 529; Islip, 387, 483, 484, 531; Juxon, 77, 506; Kempe, 404; Kilwarby, 139, 478; Lanfranc, 5, 7, 69, 89, 289, 295, 296, 311, 313, 314, 316, 317, 319, 320, 323, 330, 331, 424, 427, 477, 483, 501, 510, 531; Langham, 484; Langton, 166, 173, 297, 359, 364, 398; Laud, 93; Living, 310, 321, 331; Mellitus, 208; Mepham, 405; Morton, 179, 212, 345, 362, 368, 415, 458, 506; Odo, 308, 309, 311, 320, 331, 429, 463; Parker, 130, 189, 298, 299, 300, 301, 520, 535, 536, 547; Peckham, 31, 139, 168, 340, 400, 402, 441, 445; Plegmund, 321; Pole, 414, 513, 532; Ralph, 316; Reynolds, 156, 404; Richard, 334, 354, 530; Robert, 356; Rodulph, 318. Sancrost, 213; Siricius, 85, 321; Stigand, 296; Stratford, 115, 245, 367, 404; Sudbury, 70, 76, 86, 89, 256, 340, 359, 360, 404, 515; Theobald, 320, 331, 354, 391, 413, 414, 472; Theodore, 508; Tenison, 369; Walter, 404, 531; Warham, 130, 298, 346, 358, 362, 401, 402, 506; Whitgift, 535; Winchelsea, 179, 405, 470, 478, 509, 521, 530, 531; Witlesey, 484; Wlselm, 318, Wlfred, 321.

ARCHDEACON of Canterbury, office of, first instituted, 289; patron of St. Margaret's rectory, 232; burials of them, 420.

Archdeacons, 196, 197, 468; Battely, 363, 394; Bourcnier, 404; Harpsfield, 188; Kingsley, 380, 393; Langton. 187; Mortimer, ibid. 232; Valerius, 289.

Archer, Capt. James, 514.

Ardern, James, cl. 253; John, clerk, 264.

Arkwright, Sir Richard, 97.

Armariolum, armory the lesser, in the cathedral, 366.

Armories, elements of, 410.

Arms of city, 29.

Arms of monasteries, whence generally taken, 174.

Arragon, kings of, 168; queen of, 298.

Arundel, Raymond Thomas, 232; Sir William, 387; Henry, Priest, 424.

Arundel, Thomas Howard, earl of, 372; Richard Fitzalan, earl of, 420.

Arundel steeple, in the cathedral, 343, 352.

Ase, James, 232.

Ash marshes, 197.

Ashburnham, Sir Bartholomew, 170.

Ashenden, William, 150.

Ashford, Assheford, 138, 141; road to changed, 100.

Aslong, Wm. memorial of, 249.

Assembly rooms, public ones in Canterbury, 101, 110.

Assize of bread and ale, liberty of, 10.

Assizes field at Canterbury, 61, 133

Athol, Isabel, countess of, her monument, 416; David, earl of, 417.

Atkins, John, cl. 219.

Atkinson, Henry, 222.

Attornies or common pleaders of the city, election of, 18.

Atwater, Robert, 149.

At-Wood, family of, 251.

Aucher, Sir Anthony, 25, 370; Anthony, 55; Dr. John, prebendary, 186; memorial of, in the cathedral, 389.

Audit room, in the cathedral, 376.

Auditor of dean and chapter, his lodgings, 528.

Audoene, Henry, fourth prior of Christ-church, 491.

Averenches, arms of, 265.

Augmentation, new court of, 496.

AUGUSTINE FRIARS, house of in Canterbury, 89.

Aula Hospitum, in the priory of Christ-church, 511.

Aula Nova, within the same, 528.

Avona, now the river Stour, 2, 89, 135.

Aurcham, Thomas de, 47.

Austen, John, 39, 163, 198; William, 149, 491; Austin's, of Canterbury, 118; memorials of, 285.

Ayerst, William, cl. 229; Robert, cl. 264.

Azelitha, 60.

B.

Baa, Nicholas de, bailiff, 30.

Bachelor, Christopher, memorial of, 238.

Bacon, the statuary, 250.

Badlesmere, Bartholomew, 128, 170; Giles, ibid.

Baieux, bishop of, 4, 5, 6, 7.

Bailiffs of the city first appointed, 9.

Baker, John, 58; Sir Richard, 397; Baker's, 173.

Balbourne, John, cl. 253.

Balderston, Samuel, 65, 66.

Baldock and Delasaux, Messrs. 120.

Baldwin, John, 78.

Bale, John, preacher, 422.

Baliol, John, 337; Alexander, 417; Sir William 170.

Ball, a splendid one, celebrated in the archbishop's palace, 298.

Bangor, bishop, of, 445.

Banks's, memorials of, 226.

Banquet, royal one, at Canterbury, 130.

Bargrave, Dr. John, 390; John, prebendary, 401, 522, 523; Isaac, dean, 403; memorials of, in the cathedral, 422.

Barham, William, 47; Richard, memorial of, 242; Barham's, of Canterbury, 198.

Barham Downs, 82.

Barkenal, Thomas, 182.

Barling, Mr. 185.

Barlowe, John, 158.

Barracks erected in and near Canterbury, 120.

Barret, Hugh, 188, 233.

Barrett, Sir Paul, serjeant at law, 25; recorder, 211; Thomas, 114; of Lee, 176; George, memorial of, 230; Barrett's, memorials of, 227, 234.

Barsham, Geoffry, 47.

Bartill, Robert, 52.

Bartlet, Simon, 46, 48; Robert, 51.

Barton, William, 153; Thos, 170; Francis, memorial of, in the cathedral, 389; Robert, chaplain, 385; Elizabeth, the holy maid of Kent, 181, 513.

BARTON, LITTLE, MANOR, 163; mill, 39, 146.

Barton MANOR, 278, 279, 443; Field, 101, 119, 120, 157, 158; lands, 207.

Baseley, Richard, preacher, 422.

Bassenden, William, cl. 228.

Bassett's, memorials of, 266.

Bassianus de Alleyta, of Milan, count palatine, 443.

Bath, cold one, of St. Radigund's, 117.

Bath, Josceline, bishop of, 475.

Bathurst's, 174.

Battel, dean of, 428.

Battely, Mr. his Continuation of Somner's History, 304, 351, 384.

Battely, John, archdeacon, his monuments in the cathedral, 394.

Bawde, arms of, 265.

Bawdwyn, Ralph, memorial of, 265.

Bayeux, in Normandy, the famous hangings preserved at, 379.

Beacon, Theodorus, M. D. memorial of, in the cathedral, 389; Beacon's, 422.

Beake's, memorials of, 250.

Beale, Hamon, mayor, 169, 170.

Beauclerk, Henry, king of England, 522.

Beaufort, John, earl of Somerset, monument of, in the cathedral, 395.

Beaulieu, abbey of, 442.

Beaumont, John, 191; Beaumont's, memorials of, 231.

Beauvais, Odo de Colignie, bishop of, his monument, in the cathedral, 412.

Beauvais, Thomas de, 9.

Beauvoir, Dr. Osmund, master of the King's School, 357; his high character, 535.

Beak, Robert, cl. memorial of, 250.

Becket's fair, 104.

Becket's crown, chapel of, in the cathedral, 327, 374, 380, 414.

Beckynton, Master Thos. 476.

Bede, Venerable, his Ecclesiastical History quoted, 2, 3, 83, 209, 306.

Belk, Thomas, D. D. 263; Belk's, prebendaries, memorials of, in the cathedral, 394.

Belknap, Philip, 161.

Bell Harry steeple in the cathedral, 345.

Bells in the cathedral, their names, 343, 344.

Bellamont, Charles, earl of, buried in the cathedral, 421.

Benart, Nicholas, cl. 236.

Benedict, prior of Christ-church, 433.

Benedictines, order of, 424.

Bennet, Wm. 51, 52, 59, 144. 191; his charity, 205, 223; Bennet's, memorials of, 217.

Benson, Dr. prebendary, 497, 521, 525.

Berewyk, John de, his iter. 10, 80.

Berham, John de, notary, 443.

Berkeley, monument of, in the cathedral, 392.

Berry's, memorials of, 239.

Bertha, queen, 365.

Best, Thomas, 57, 58; George, 277, 278; John, 389; Best's, memorials of, 275.

Betshanger, seat of, 196

Bettenham, John, 153; Joane, buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 423.

Betts, Richard, 160.

Biga, meaning of, 6.

Bigg, Wm. 75, 115, 265, 266; Bigg's memorials of, 231, 265.

Billerica, now Courtop-street, 88.

Bilsington, manor of, 294.

Bingham, Mr. 287.

Bingley, 38, 41.

Binnewith, island of, 167; Binnewith's, family of, ibid.

Birkenhead, Richard, 250.

Birchyngton, Stephen, a learned monk of Christ-church, 449.

Birchington, in Thanet, 524.

Bishop, Stephen, 46.

Bishops sussragan of St. Martin's, 289.

Bishops suffragan, privilege of consecrating them in the cathedral, 471.

Bishops comprovincial, their contest with the prior and convent of Christ-church, 463.

Bishopsgate, Adam de, 46; John, ibid. 48.

Bisset, James, cl. 236.

Bix, Thos, memorial of, 216;

Bix's, memorials of, 249, 251.

BLACK FRIARS, convent of, 172.

Black Prince, chantry of, 116; chapel of, in the cathedral, 423.

Blaxland, Bennet, 155.

Blean, gallows at, 129; wood of, 178.

Blossom, Wm. cl. 214.

Blount, arms of, 515.

Blunt, Lady Cicely, 397.

Bocking, Dr. Edward, 181.

Bocton, John, schoolmaster of Christ-church school, 509.

Bokingham, John, bishop of Lincoln, his memorial in the cathedral, 384; his chapel there, 385, 519.

Bolain. Noah, memorial of, 242.

Bold, Wm. 52.

Bole, edifice of, in Canterbury, 454.

Bollen, Daniel, cl. 248.

Bonner, Leonard, 269.

Bonnington, MANOR OF, 183.

Bonyngton, Richard, 489, 490.

Borough, Sir James, 370.

Borstall, Croft, 157.

Boreler, Stephen, 46; or Butler, John, 148.

Botelure, Wm. 46.

Botetourt, John de, 126.

Botting's, memorials of, 231.

Bouchery's, memorials of, 226.

BOUNDS OF THE CITY AND ITS LIBERTIES, 30.

Boudry's, memorials of, 255.

Bourchier, John, archdeacon, memorial, 404; arms of, 381.

Bourges, archbishop of, 451.

Bourne, Simon atte, 49; John, cl. 179, 288.

Bout, John, 94.

Boxley, Robert, 489, 490.

Boxton, Robert, 53.

Bowser, Thomas, 491.

Boys, John, 54; dean, his monument in the cathedral, 403; Sir John, recorder, 21, 198; his charities, 195; his monument in the cathedral, 390; Thomas, his monument in the cathedral, 391; Grotius, ibid. Sir William and Lady Anne, buried in the cathedral, 421, 422.

BOYS'S, alias JESUS HOSPITAL, 195.

Brabant, persecution of the Protestants in, 91.

Bradley, Gregory, 285.

Bralesford, Humphry, cl. 175, 214, 253.

Brandon, Anne, memorial of, 231; Broadnax, 215; Edmund, 243.

Brands, John, 243.

Brawn, manufactory of, 99.

Bread market formerly in the city, 103.

Bregge, hundred of, 31.

Bremar, John, buried in the cemetary of the cathedral, 424; Wm. buried in the same, ibid.

Brenchley, Brenchesley, Bruchelle, Sir Wm. 344, 346, 347; memorial of, in the cathedral, 386; his chapel there, ibid. Lady Joane, her chantry there, 347.

Brent, Roger, 53, 148; his charities, 206; memorial of, 212.

Breus, Sir Wm. de, 160.

Brethren Close, 37.

BRIDEWELL, or Poor Priests Hospital, 187.

Bridewell of the city, establishment of, 190.

Bricks, British, in and about the city, 59, 60, 69, 77, 89, 283; Roman, 74, 75, 543.

BRIDGER'S ALMS HOUSES, 198.

Bridger, Laurence, 111; Sarah, 198; Bridger's, memorials of, 249, 250.

Bridges's, 212.

Briggs, John, his charity, 205.

Brimme, John, cl. buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 423.

Bristo, Osborn de, prior of Christ-church, 436.

Bristol, chamberlain of, 199; mayor, &c. of, 200.

Bristow, alderman, 536.

British buildings, infallible token of, 283.

Britain, metropolitical city of, 83.

Brittain, or Brittanny Island of, 35, 41.

Britton, prior of, 484.

Broadnax, Sir Wm. 215.

Broadoak, MANOR OF, 32.

Brockhull's, 170.

Broker, John, mayor, 88; his charity, 206, 230; memorial of, ibid.

Brome, Simon, 54; Bartholomew, ibid. Wm. memorial of, 249.

Bromedowne, 158.

Bromton, John, custos of the city, 130.

Brotherhedds wood and close, 191.

Brooke, Mr. 498.

Brooker, Wm. 149.

Brookland, MANOR OF, 443.

Broome, Wm. 49.

Broughton, Edward, cl. 228.

Broune, Wm. alderman, 30, 49.

Brown, John, 39; Sir George, 503; Mr. his charities to the King's School, 539.

Brown's mill, 145.

Browne, Simon, 54; Robert, 173; Mathew, 194; Leonard, memorial of, 231; Ralph, memorial of, 245; Browne's, 78, 79; arms of, 230.

Browning's mill, 141.

Broxup's, memorials of, 231.

Bruchelle. See Brenchley.

Bruin's, 153.

Brumannus Præpositus, 5, 6, 7.

Bruys, David de, 337.

Bryant, George, memorial of, 226.

Brydges, Samuel Egerton, 176; possesses the Black-friars, 177.

Buckeridge, Anthony, killed in a duel, 275.

Buckingham, duke of, 298.

Bugge, Jane, 153.

Bull stake, 74, 115, 265.

Bulls, papal, to the priory of Christ-church, 471.

Bunce, Sir James, 231; alderman, 536.

Bungay, John, cl. 264.

Burcharde, Richard, buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 424.

BURGATE, 74, 88; hundred of, 11; ward, 36; aldermanry, 78, 79, 147; suburbs with out, 15.

Burgesses, who they were, 5.

Burgh, Hubert de, 60, 65, 70.

Burgherst, Bartholomew de, 416.

Burghmote, court or house of, 28, 201.

Burials in the habits of friars, custom of, 168.

Burials in the cemetery of Christ-church, 508.

Burley, Sir Simon de, 70.

Burnby, Mary, memorial of, 230; John, his Description of the Cathedral, 305.

Burnet, Dr. his foundness for defamation, 494.

Burney Richard, cl. 214, 253, 268.

Burrough, Sir James, 368.

Burroughs, Wm. brazier, 523.

Burton, Mr. his History of Leicestershire, 174.

Burwarke mark, 33.

Butcher, Francis, 55.

Butler, Wm. 221; James, memorial of, 284.

Butter market in the city, 115.

Buttonshaw, Thomas, cl. 264.

Byde, Wm. cl. 214.

Byllyngslye, Wm. memorial of, 273.

Byrche, Wm. Dejovas, cl. 176, 198.

C.

Cadbury, Thomas, 227.

Caer Kent, or Canterbury, 2.

Cæfar's progress in Kent, 81, 82.

Cage, Christopher, cl. 241.

Caister's, memorials of, 226.

CALDICOT, Calcott, MANOR OF, 42, 45, 155; barn, 278.

Callaway, John, an ingenious manufacturer, 95, 96; his curious silk looms, 98.

Calveal, portgreve, 9.

Calvel, Wm. 178.

Cambio, Edmund de, 116.

Cambium Regis, the king's exchange, 123.

Cambridge University, exhibitions, &c. in. 534, 535, 536, 537, 538, 539; senate house in, 368; library of Benet college in, 454.

Camden, lord, 278.

Camera Hospitum, within the precincts of Christ-church, 511.

Camulodunum, 82.

Candlin, lady, 173.

Cantelop, Sir Wm. 251.

Canterborn, Wm, 491.

Canterbury, hundred of, 15, 163.

Canterbury, prior of, 60; dean of, 196, 197; scholars in benet college, Cambridge, 535.

Canterbury mustins, manufacture of, 97.

Canterbury, William, 489; Nicholas, 525.

Cant-guar-landt, now Kent, 2.

Cantiopolis, Cantuaria, now Canterbury, 2.

Cantri, now Kent, district of, 81.

Cant-wara-byrg, or Canterbury, 2.

Canute, king, 310, 381.

Caponlongate, 158.

Cardigan, 82.

Carlisle, Christopher, 149.

Carlton-house, the beautiful silk furniture there, made at Canterbury, 98.

Carlton, Thomas, cl. 279.

Carmarthen, Tenison, archdeacon of, 370.

Carryck, Alianor de Bruys, countess of, 337.

Carter, Dr. Wm. 106; lady Catherine, memorial of, 251; Mr. the engraver, 408; Mrs. Elizabeth, verses by her, 514; John, 537; Carters, memorials of, 231.

Caryl, Dr. Lynford, portrait of, in the cathedral, 377.

Casaubon, Meric, prebendary, monument, of, in the cathedral, 393; Isaac, prebendary, his MSS. in the library of Christ-church, 522.

Castilion, John, prebendary and dean of Rochester, his monument in the cathedral, 393, 394.

CASTLE OF CANTERBURY, account of, 15, 17, 59; governors of, 65.

Castle goal, without Westgate, 61.

CASTLELAND, portion of tythes, 154.

Castle, Mary, memorial of, 242.

Castle, John of Gaunt, king of, 161, 410.

Cathedra Patriarchatus, in the cathedral, 320.

CATHEDRAL, destruction of, in the great rebellion, 347; its present state, 350; several drawings and engravings of it, 351; measurement of the several parts of it, 383.

Cathness, bishop of, and prebendary, 500.

Cattle, market for, 103, 104, 119.

Causton, Thomas, a learned monk of Christ-church, 457; William, 489.

Caustry, Wm. 491.

Caxton, John, memorial of, 215.

Cellarer of the priory of Christchurch, office of, 302, 469, 513, 527.

Celling. See Selling.

Cemetery's, or church-yards, the churches in the city mostly without them, 275.

Cemeterys of the cathedral, burials in, 423, 504, 505, 506, 507.

Ceolnoth, dean of the priory of Christ-church, 425.

Chair, pontifical, of the archbishop, in the cathedral, 313, 320.

Chal dank elm, 34.

Chamberlain of the city, how elected, 18, 19, 28; seal of, 29; office of, 202, 469.

Chambersain of the priory of Christ-church, office of, 513.

Chandler's, memorials of, 242, 284.

Chaning, John de, 49.

Chansell, Chantry, or Chantry head, boundary of, 32, 36, 39.

Chantries in the cathedral, 362, 373, 416, 507, 531, 532.

Chapman, Alexander, D. D. monument of, in the cathedral, 401.

Chapter-house of the priory of Christ-church, 386, 515.

Charisburn, John, 490.

Charles the Vth. emperor, 130, 298.

Charlton Place, 131.

Charlton, Thomas, cl. 281.

Chart, John, 490.

Chart Sutton, poor of, 247.

Charte, John, alias Toppenden, buried in the cathedral, 422.

Charters, various ones, granted to the priory of Christchurch, 470.

Chartham, 138; wood of, 432; MANOR OF, 443.

Chartham, strange teeth and bones found at, 136.

Chatham, John de, prior of Christ-church, 437.

Chaucer, the poet, 114.

Chellesfield, Richard, 47, 48.

Chequer's wood, 33, 39.

Cherche, Margaret, 170.

Cheriton, Joane, prioress of St. Sepulcher's nunnery, 179.

Chiche, John, 152; memorial of, 239; Chiche's, 78, 79, 147, 148, 154.

Chicheley tower in the cathedral, 344, 351, 352.

Chiffinch, Thomas, 226.

Chilham, Elizabeth, lady of, 170; Richard de, 417.

Chillenden, Adam de, 440; Thomas de, prior of Christchurch, 468; Thos. chaplain of Christ-church, 491.

Chilton, Robt. 48; Wm. 51; Nicholas, cl. 255, 263.

Chirothecarum ferinarum Par, 148.

Chircke, Thomas, 48.

CHRIST-CHURCH PRIORY, account of, 14, 70, 143, 146, 163, 164, 167, 223, 226, 235, 240, 267, 273, 424, 510; liberties of, 124; first foundation of, 306, 307; dissolved, 460, 485; value of its revenues, 478, 481; establishment and government of, 463; exemption from tythes, 471; disposition of the buildings of it after its dissolution, 497; vindication of its character at that time, 494; church of it burned, 311, 323, 324; arms of, 460; seal of, 461.

Christ-church, VILLE and PRECINCTS of, 23, 115, 304; their boundaries, 41; present state of them, 541; gate of, 41, 42; fair there, 104; conduits of, 108, 157, 158.

Christ-church, priors of, 32, 145, 164, 179; their high and good characters, 460; method of their election, 464; authorized to create notaries, 443; their several places of burial, 418.

Christ-church, LIST OF THE PRIORS OF, 428; Benedict, 433; Osborn de Bristow, 436; Chatham, 437; Chillenden, 343, 344, 360, 385, 440, 449, 468, 515, 518; Conrad, 319, 323, 343, 429; Elbam, 453, 519; Ernulph, 314, 315, 323, 343; Estria, or Eastry, 327, 339, 343, 364, 442, 513, 515, 517, 531; Fynch, alias Winchelsea, 448; Galfridus, 436; Gillingham, 448; Goldstone, 345, 346, 358, 362, 366, 403, 454, 457, 506, 520, 522; Goldwell, 460, 488, 490; Hathbrand, 344, 400, 447, 511, 518, 520, 524; Herlewin, 434; Lee, 439; Molash, 343, 344, 352, 360, 452; Mongeham, 448; Norris, 436; Oxinden, 400, 446, 531; Oxney, 455; Petham, 455; Richard, 509; Ringemer, 441; Salisbury, 453; Sandwich, 439; Selling, 513, 520, 523; Sittingborne, 438; St. Elphege, 440; Walter, 178; Wibert, 343; Woodnesborough, 360, 451.

Christ-church, prior and convent of, 126, 156, 157, 158, 159, 272, their agreement with the city concerning boundaries, 41.

Christ's hospital, in London, school of, 537.

Christmas's, royal, hept at Canterbury, 127, 128.

Christmasse, Wm. 47.

Consistory court of the archbishop, in the cathedral, 353.

Chorepiscopus, or suffragan bishop, 289.

Choir of the cathedral, description of, 365, 368.

Church benefices, reasons of their decrease in value in cities and towns, 210.

Church-gate of the priory of Christ church, 505.

Church leases the bane of industry, 99.

Churches, reasons of the decay of them in the city, 210.

Churches without the walls of the city, 269.

Churches and monasteries at first built of wood, 313.

Church-yards in London, custom of burials in them, 507.

Chute, Thomas, 51.

Cicero's Treatise de Republica, 455, 522.

Cinque Ports, jurisdiction of, 23.

City Workhouse, establishment of, 190.

City burned, 309, 310, 332.

Cities and towns antiently in Britain, 81.

Civil jurisdiction of the city, 9.

Clackett's-lane, 36.

Clarence, lady of, 359; John, bastard of, 395; Thos. Plantagenet, duke of, his monument in the cathedral, 395, 398.

Claris's island, 39.

Clark, Isaac, 124; Roger, mayor, memorial of, 266.

Clarke, John, cl. 281.

Clement, Nicholas, 488, 490.

Clerk, Richard, cl. buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 423.

Clerke, John, prebendary, his monument in the cathedral, 401.

Clifford, Robert, 341; his memorial in the cathedral, 387; arms of, 230.

Cloth-market formerly in the city, 103.

Cloth of estate at coronations, where deposited, 337.

Cloysters, within the precincts of Christ-church, 512.

Clyve, Martin, a learned monk of Christ-church, 459.

Coals, whence the city is supplied with them, 105.

Cobham, lord, 299.

Cockayne, Edmund, 48.

Cock and Bull-lane, 41.

Cocks, Thos. auditor, his monument in the cathedral, 406.

Coenulph, king of Mercia, 209.

COGAN'S HOSPITAL, 184.

Coins, collection of, in dean and chapter's library, 522.

Coinage of money in Canterbury and London, 125, 126.

Cok, Mr. 499.

Cokyn, Edmund, 48; Cokyn's, 78.

Coleman, John, 213.

Colf, Joseph, alderman, 191; memorial of, 234; Josnua, alderman, 154; Abraham, his charity, 260, 537; Richard, prebendary, his monument in the cathedral, 390.

Colignie, Odo, bishop of Beauvais; tomb of, in the cathedral, 412.

Colimore, Edward, 238.

Collar, Thos. Wm. 40.

Collectanea Anglo-Minoritica, 166.

Colley, John, cl. 266, 268; memorial of, 265.

Collier, Mr. his Ecclesiastical History quoted, 362, 415.

Colph, Almund, memorial of, 255.

Colphin, Elizabeth, buried in the cathedral, 433.

Colton-field, 65.

Colubels, Rannulph de, 4, 6.

Commissary's and archdeacon's office kept in the precincts of Christ-church, 528.

Common council of the city new regulated, 18; how elected, 20, 28.

Common clerk, election of, 18, 22, 28.

Common seal, grant of, to the city, 14.

Common table kept in the precincts of Christ-church, 500, 511.

Comyns, Elizabeth, memorial of, 226.

Conduits, public, in and near the city, 107, 108, 109.

Condy, Wm. 8.

Condy, count de Rhetz, 299.

Conrad, glorious choir of, 316, 319, 322.

Conrad's ring of bells in the cathedral, 507.

Conscience, court of, granted to the city, 29, 106.

Consecration of bishops, licence for, from the dean and chapter, 476.

Coniers, Thos. 118, 284.

Conventual friars, 169.

Cockaine, sergeant-major, 348.

Cook, Shadrack, Rev. 212.

Cooke, John, cl. 229, 266.

Coombe, Dr. prebendary, 499, 511.

Cope, professional custom of, 477.

Copes, coral, 445.

Coppin, John 115, 265; Wm. memorial of, 226; Mary, 217.

Copyn, William, 53.

Copton, MANOR OF. 443.

Corn-market in the city, 110.

Cornwaille, Wm. of, bailiff of the city, 30

Cornwall, Dr. dean, 536.

Corner, jurisdiction of, 12; grant of one to the city, 12, 16.

Corporation of a mayor and commonalite granted to the city, 12.

Corporation, absurd behaviour of one, 162.

Correction, house of, establishment of, 190.

Corsume, James Priest, buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 423.

Cosington, Sir stephende, 129.

Costten, John, 346.

Cotton, Leonard, 61, 192, 230; memorial of, 230.

Cotton-mill erected at Shoal Oak, 97.

COTTON'S HOSPITAL, 192, 194.

Cottenham, Henry, 51.

Cotes, John, memorial of, 226.

County of the city of Canterbury first created, 15.

Courshope, Wm. 263; Courthope's, memorials of, 227.

Court, ecclesiastical, of the archbishop, where hold, 232.

Coventry, lady, 150; memorial of, 239.

Coventry-house, 150.

Count Palatine, his power to create notaries, 443.

Cowl of friars, what it, was, 165.

Cowper, Thos 51; lord, 134; Peter, earl, possesses the Moat manor and estate, 162; earls, account of, ibid.

Cox, Dr. 221; John, cl. 224.

Cram, Richard, 275.

Cranebrook, John, 491.

Cranmer's, memorials of, 250, 251.

Crayford, Edward, 175; Crayfords, memorials of, 216.

Creed, Sir James, 57, 58.

Crekynge, John, 49, 50.

Crienemelne, 146.

Criol, arms of, 265.

Crisp, memorial of, 394.

Crispe, Henry, 346.

Cross, in Saxon, crypte, 320.

Cromwell, Oliver, 409; lord, 487.

Crook, lady, memorial of in the cathedral, 388; Sir Gerard, ibid.

Cross, John, 488; celarar of Christ-church, 489, 491; Mr. 499.

Crouch, Nicholas, 49.

Crowche, Nicholas ate, alderman, 30.

Crown inn, in the city, 124.

Crowned martyrs, the four, church dedicated to, 208.

Crypt, crypta, croft, or undercrost, in the cathedral, 320; description of, 360; monuments in, 415.

Cryspe, Henry, 53.

Cukow's, memorials of, 266.

Cullimore, Sir John, buried in the cathedral, 421.

Culmer, Richard, alias Blue Dick, 356; his dean and chapter news, 359, 365, 520.

Culpeper, Anne, 171; Culpeper's, 147.

Culver-house crost, 158.

Cumberland, Mrs. 184; Robt. 236.

Cundy, Wm. and John, 15.

Cuntry, Thos. memorial of, 226.

Curbespine, Radulph de, 4, 6.

Curtop-street, 88.

Cussham, John, cl. 219.

Customs, establishment of, in Canterbury, 105.

Cuthred, king of Kent, 209.

D.

D'aeth, Thos. 56.

D'Alliz, Catherine, memorial of in the cathedral, 388.

Dalmatie robe, privilege of wearing, 466, 467.

Dane John Field, grant of fair in, 24. See also Dungeon.

Danes, transactions of, 69, 83, 85, 122, 209, 296, 308, 309, 426.

Daniel, Henry, 45; Daniel, Mr. prebendary, 499, 500; Daniel's memorials of, 274.

Dannald, Abigail, memorial of, 238.

Darent, Thos, 48.

Darken, John, M. D. memorial of, 231.

Daruenum, 81.

Dart's, Description of the Cathedral, 305, 351, 363, 384, 389, 394.

Dashwood, Sir Henry, 58; Algerina, memorial of, 217.

Davyes, Thos. cl. 219.

Dean of Christ-church, 32, 196, 197, 535, 539; lodgings allotted to him after the dissolution of the priory, 497, 518, 527; their several burial places, 418.

DEANS of Christ-church. Bargrave, 403; Boys, ibid. Cornwall, 536; Fotherbye, 403; Godwyn, 521; Nevil, 347, 380, 392; Potter, 403; Rogers, 402; Turner, 403; Wotton, 413; their monuments in the cathedral, ibid.

DEANS of the priory of Christchurch, 425.

Dean of the almonry of the priory of Christ-church, 530.

Dean's chapel in the cathedral, 344, 358, 381, 402; within the precincts of the priory, 522.

DEAN AND CHAPTER of Christchurch, its foundation, 23, 188, 189, 211, 350, 485, 539, 544; possess Caldicot, Calcot, manor, 160; joint patrons of St. Andrew and St. Mary Bredman churchs united, 224, 235; of St. George's and St. Mary Magdalen churches united, 227, 243; of St. Peter's and Holy Cross Westgate churches, united, 259, 260, 267; of St. Paul's and St. Martin's churches united, 277, 286; possess the parsonage of St. Paul's in Canterbury, 277; its privileges and immunities, 474.

Dean's mill in Canterbury, 36, 39, 146.

Dean John manor, See Dungeon.

Deanry of Christ-church, account of, 517; its value, 546.

Dece, John, 49.

Dedications of the cathedral, 306, 307, 314, 316, 323.

Deedes, Rev. Julius, 113.

Delafaye, Theodore, cl. 253.

Delangle, John, Maximilian, cl 229.

Delasaux's, 95.

Demesne, city or town possessed in, what it meant, 7.

Demesnes, the king's, how managed and accounted for, 9.

Denew, Nathaniel, 394; Denew's 218; memorials of 238, 239; account of, 113.

Denham, lord, 129.

Denne, Vincent, 55, 56; Thomas, 54; Wm. 153; Denne's, 212, 218; memorials of, 242.

Denysse Quintino, 489, 490.

De Reck, G. A. memorial of, 285.

Dering, Marsh, 185.

Dering, Richard, cellarer of Christ-church, 181, 365, 513; Edward, memorial of, 242, Elizabeth, monument of, in the cathedral, 403; Dering, Dr. prebendary, 499.

Despaigne's, 94.

Devenish, Mr. prebendary, 498, 499.

Diaspro fiorito, the flowered Agate, in the pavement of the cathedral, 370.

Didier, Abraham, 96.

Digg, Roger, 49; John, 167.

Diggs, John, 34, 167; Diggs's of Canterbury, 78, 167.

Dingley, of the Isle of Wight, family of, 514.

Dissolution of religious houses, the cause of the increase of poor, 492.

Distinton, Wm. 47.

District, military southern, its extent, 120.

Ditches of the city, remarks on the incrochments on them, 73.

Dobbs, alderman, memorial of in the cathedral, 388.

Dobbynson, Wm. cl. 241.

Dodingdale, MANOR OF, 34, 153;portion of tythes, 154, see also Morton.

Dodingdale, family of, 151, 152, 153.

Doge, Nicholas, 79; Hamo, cl. memorial of, 276, 281.

Dominicans, house of, in Canterbury, 89. See also Blackfriars.

Domus Hospitum, within the precincts of Christ-church, 511, 533.

Donhamford, Hundred of, 30.

Doravona, or Canterbury, 89.

Dorovernia, Dorobernia, or Canterbury, 2, 3, 135.

Dorset, John Beaufort, Marquis of, his monument in the Cathedral, 395.

Dover, a noted haven, 3; the Portus Dubris, 82, 130, 334; castle, 63, 65.

Dover, Priory of St. Martin in, 485.

Dover, bishop of, and prebendary of Christ-church, 499, 500.

Dover, barons of the port of 337.

Dover, John de, 143, Hugh de ibid.

Douglas, James de, chivalier, 337.

Dour, in British, a river, 1, 135.

Downvyle, Roger, cl. 281,

Drake, Catharine, memorial of, in the cathedral, 394.

Drayner, Sir Thomas, 170.

Drew, Roger, 397.

Druids, remains of, 67.

Dryland's, memorials of, 251.

Dubois, John, 94.

Dubris Pontum, or Dover, 82.

Ducarel, Dr. 379.

Dudley and Ward, the heirs of viscount, lessees of St. Paul's parsonage, 278; possess St. Laurence tythery, 279.

Dugdale's Monasticon, 351.

Dunblain, James Wedderburne, bishop of, his memorial in the cathedral, 404.

Dumfermling, Abbot of, in Scotland, 430.

Duncombe, John, cl. 101; memorial of, 234, 237.

DUNGEON, the, account of, 89, 120, 121; meaning of the word, 122; hill and field improved, 100; depredations there, ibid.

DUNGEON, MANOR OF, 34, 147, 155, 206; mansion of, 112.

Dunington, John, 52.

Dunkin, James, 239.

Dunstan steeple, 452; bell in cathedral, 447, 453.

Dunster, lady, 416.

Dunwaldus, 103.

Durand, William-Francis, cl. 255.

Durant, Thomas, memorial of, 226.

Durant, Stephen, 198.

Duras, lord Robert of, 411.

Durdent, Walter, prior of Christ-church, 431.

Dureham, Thomas, 47.

Durovernum, in Canterbury, 1, 2, 81, 82, 83, 89, 135.

Durwhern, in British, a rapid river, 1, 2.

Dustynton, Wm. de, 48.

Dutch churches of Canterbury and Sandwich, 93.

Dykman, John, 51.

E.

Eades, Lydia, memorial of, 249.

Eadmer, Historia Novorum, 319, 429, 430, 501.

Eadwin, Edwyn, the monk, 323; his drawing of the priory of Christ-church, 521, 528, 543.

Eagle, yellow one, shot near Canterbury, 163.

Earthquake, felt at Canterbury, 128, 129, 133.

Easday, John, mayor, 75.

Eastbridge, hospital of, 146, 178, 205, 213, 293; master of, 123, 535.

Eastbridge, alias King's mill, 143, 145.

Eastry, Estria, Henry de, prior of Christ-church, 442, 513, 515, 517, 531.

Eastry, church of, 531.

Eastfield, John, 161.

Eastgate, in Stour-street, 165.

Ebourne, Cheney, 118.

ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION of the city, 208.

Edburg well, in Canterbury, 108.

Eddeva, Edive, Edyve, Q. 5, 6, 330; picture of, 524; buried in cathedral, 420.

Edgar, king, 313.

Edmondes, lady, buried in cathedral, 421.

Edward, the black pirnce. chantry of, in cathedral, 361;— 382; his monument there, 409.

Edward the Confessor, 380, 381.

Egelnoth, dean of the priory of Christ-church, 426.

Egelric, dean of the same, 427.

Elbery marsh, alias Elbridge, 33, 37, 40.

Eleemosinarius. See almonry.

Elham, John, prior of Christchurch, 453; John de, schoolmaster of Christ-church school, 510.

Eliot, John, M. D. alderman, 25.

Elleryngton, Alice, 174.

Ellys, John, 48, 49; William, 50.

Elphe, John, 488, 490.

Elstob, Charles, prebendary, memorial of, in cathedral, 402.

Ely, Hugh, bishop of, 475; Robert Orford, bishop of, 478.

Elys, John, cl. 219.

Emery, William, 51.

Endfield, Thomas, alderman, 25.

Engham, Richard, memorial of, 215.

Erasmus's Colloquia quoted, 355, 362, 366, 373, 374, 377.

Ernulph, prior of Christ-church, 428, 429.

Erpingham, Sir Thomas, arms of 515.

Esber Biga, 5, 6.

Escheator, grant of the office of to the mayor, 16.

Eschetesford, William de, 66.

Estrich cup, 111.

Esture MANOR, near Chilham, 136; now Westgate MANOR, ibid.

Estursete HUNDRED and MANOR, 155, 156.

Ethelbert, King, 3, 83, 292, 294, 306, 307, 364, 424.

Ethelfleda, 122.

Etonbridge, church of, 444.

Evans, Owen, cl. 111, 119, 281, 284.

Everard, Thomas, 30, 47, 48, 49, 525; Elias, 48.

Everton, Richard, 52.

Evering, arms of, 212.

Evesham, abbot of, 436.

Excommunication, privilege of, 472.

EXCHANGE, formerly in Canterbury, 123.

Exchanges, gracious ones, made by king Henry VIII. with the church, 546.

Excise, establishment of, in Canterbury, 105.

Executions, temporary scassold erected for, in the city, 103.

Exeter, John Grandison, bishop of, 333; dean of, summoned to parliament, 468.

Eynsford, church of, 531.

F.

Fair, the liberties of one, granted to the city, 10, 14; origin of, 104.

Fairfield, church of, 531.

Falconbridge, the bastard, 129.

Falkes, Stephen, memorial of, 285.

Famine, great one, at Canterbury, 128.

Fanting, John, cl. memorial of, 221, 236.

Farningham, church of, 531.

Farnacques, Paul des, 94.

Farthing, Robert, 50.

Faversham, port of, 105.

Faversham, Stephen, a learned monk of Christ-church, 446; Thomas, fruyterer of the same, 491.

Faunte, Nicholas, mayor, 129.

Faussett, Mr. of Heppington, 67.

Faux, Guy, picture of, 226.

Feasts, royal, in the Archbishop's palace, 298, 299.

Fee ferm, cities and towns held in, 8.

Felonies, liberty to enquire of, granted to the city, 13.

Fellow, Edmund, cl. 219.

Fenner and Flint, Mess. possess a a part of Canterbury castle, 66.

Feringges, Richard de, archdeacon, 468.

Ferne, David, the short man, memorial of, 275.

Feschamp, in Normandy, monks of, 166.

Festivals and holidays abolished, 485.

Fierne, John, 46.

Finch, Henry, 54; John, 55; Heneage, ibid. 151; Erasmus, 171; Harbert, 238; John, lord, baron of Fordwich, memorial of, 284; lady Mabella, baroness of, 284, 285; memorial of, ib. her charities, 287; Finch's of the Moat and Eastwell, account of, 161.

Fines, levying, power of granted to city, 12.

Fineux, George, memorial of, 274; Sir John, memorial of, in cathedral, 402; arms of, 506.

Fire ball seen and explosion heard, 134, 135.

Fires at Canterbury, 86, 332, 455, 522.

Fish, sale of in city, toll free, 110.

Fishmongers company, in Canterbury, 103.

Fishpoole, 33, 37, 40.

Fisher, John, 55; Henry, cl. 214.

Fitzhamon, Wm. 238.

Fitzmaurice, Gerald, buried in the cathedral, 420.

Fitzpaine, arms of, 265.

Fitz Stephens, or Stephanides, William, a learned writer, 436.

Fitz-Vinon's, 152.

Flanders, persecution of the Protestants in, 91.

Flanders, Philip, earl of, 333, 336.

Flatman's memorials, 250.

Foche's, 218; memorials of, 227.

Fogg, John, 53; Sir John, 129; Fogg's, memorials of, in cathedral, 386.

Fokys, Stephen, memorial of, 285.

Folgard, a learned monk of Christ-church, 429.

Follings, or Foreigns, within the precincts of Christchurch, 504, 510.

Font, remarkable one, in St. Martin's church, 283; in cathedral, broken &restored, 353.

Ford, Margaret, 155; John, 170; James, present rector of St. George's and St. Mary Magdalen churches united, 229.

Fordwich, 83, 138; port of, 105; liberty of, 33, 37; town of, 139, 141.

Fordwich, John Finch, baron of, account of, 161; memorial of, 284.

Forster, Thomas, clerk, 225, 229.

Forestallings, liberty to enquire of, granted to city, 13.

Fotherbye, Thomas, 401; Dr. Thomas, memorial of, in cathedral, 402; Charles, dean, his monument, 403; lady buried in cathedral, 421; Sir John, ibid.

Foundations, old and new, of cathedrals, distinction of, 544.

Foutrell's, memorials of, 216.

Fowle, Isabel, 218.

Fowler, John, 52; Fowler's, memorials of, 266.

Fox, Mr. 38, 40.

France, perfecution of Protestants in, 91.

France, Lewis, king of. 334.

Francis, Mrs. possesses St. Sepulchre's nunnery, 184; Thomas, 183; memorial of, 238; John, cl. memorial of, 514.

Franingham, John, mayor, 74.

Franciscans, or Grey Friars, house of, in Canterbury, 89. See Grey Friars.

Fraunces, Michael, memorial of, 284.

Fraunke, Nicholas, 52.

Frebel, Geo. 491.

Free city, Canterbury made one, 19.

Freeman, Thomas, present rector of St. Martin's, with St. Paul's vicarage united, 288.

Freemen of the city, present number of, 59.

Freemen and traders, charities to, 199, 200, 201, 202, 207.

Fredville, seat of, 196.

Fremingham, John, mayor, 205, 243.

Fremoult's, 66; memorials of, 251.

French chapel, or meetinghouse in Archbishop's palace, 303.

French church under the cathedral, 361.

Frecham, —cl. 288.

Frend, Lydia, 112; Thomas possesses the Whitfield house, ibid.

Frenyngham, John, 74.

Friars, different from monks, 165.

Friars preachers. See Black friars.

Fridegod, a learned monk of Christ-church, 426.

Frogenall, Richard, 48,

Frye, Wm. cl. 281.

Fryer, Thomas, 213.

Fuller, John, alderman, memorial of, 212.

Fust, Catherine, memorial of, 250.

Fynch, John de Winchelsey, prior of Christ-church, 448.

Fysher, Thomas, cl. 244; Richard, alderman, buried in cathedral, 422.

Fyspole, borough of, 11; pond, 30, 31.

G.

Galfridus, prior of Christchurch, 436.

Gallowhill, Crost, 157.

Gallows, liberty of, granted to the city, 10.

Gambier, Peter, 95.

Gardewynton, Tho. de, 30.

Gardiner, Wm. prebendary, his monument in the cathedral, 388, 390.

Garlin, John, 250.

Garnate, Henry, 79.

Garrarde, Walter de, cl. memorial of, 245, 248.

Garth, Humphry, cl. 253.

Gason, John, 140.

GATES of the city, 74; destroyed by the Puritans, 506.

Gates of the priory of Christchurch, 504, 527.

Gaunt, Richard, sheriff, 189.

Gayle, William atte, 47.

Geamyn, John, buried in the cathedral, 424.

Genveye, Richard, cl. 288.

Gerard, John, bartoner, 488, 490.

Gerrard, Patrick, cl. 263.

Gervas, of Canterbury; Dorobernensis, the chronicler, 316, 324, 354, 372, 414, 427, 432, 436, 501.

Gibbon, Robert, 55; Katherine, memorial of, 222; Mathew, 234.

Gibbons, the carver, 368; Orlando, the organist, his monument in the cathodral, 390.

Gibbs, Henry, mayor, 26.

Gilbert, Robert, memorial of, 250.

Gild, what it was, 109.

Gilenyn, Wm. 47.

Giles, Stephen, 492.

Gillindank, 34.

Gillingham, Richard, prior of Christ-church, 448; Wm. a learned monk of Christchurch, 451.

Gilman, Thomas, 225.

Gimew, within the precincts of Christ-church, 500.

Ginder, Wm. 278.

Ginny bottom, 34.

Gipps, George, 58, 106, 112; lessee of Northgate parsonage, 246; heirs of lessee of Holy Cross, Westgate, parsonage, 257.

Glassincroft, 33.

Glastenborn, Edward, 491.

Glastenbury, Edward, 489.

Glazyer, Mr. prebendary, 499.

Gleane, Peter, 176; Sir Peter, memorial of, 227.

Gloria in excelsis, privilege of singing, granted to the prior of Christ-church, 467.

Gloriet, gloriette, chamber of, in the priory of Christchurch, 455, 458, 520.

Glory, or sun, formerly in the priory of Christ-church, 372.

Gloucester, lordship of, 31; duke of, 131; prince William of, 133.

Glover, Wm. Rev. 118; arms of, 230; Wm. memorial of, 249.

Gloves, privilege of wearing, granted to prior of Christchurch, 466.

Gaol, keepers of, 18; common one in the castle, 60, 61; over Westgate for the city, 77; where formerly, 109.

Gobion, lady Mabella, 344.

Godington, Theobald, 47.

Godfrey, F. monument of in the cathedral, 400.

Godmersham parsonage, 341, 342; and advowson, 547.

Godmersham, Richard, 489, 490.

Godric, dean of the priory of Christ-church, 427.

Godstede, Wm. de, 79.

Godwin, dean of Christ-church, 521.

Gold, Henry, B. D. 181; Thos ibid.

Goldsmyth, Wm. de, 48.

Goldson, Mr. prebendary, 498.

Goldstone, Thomas, prior of Christ-church, 454, 457, 489, 492, 525, 522.

Goldwell, Thos. prior of Christchurch, 460, 488, 490, 495, 496.

Goldwell, Wm. 489, 491.

Golemyn, Wm. 47.

Goodrish-field, 34, 37, 38.

Gofborne's, memorials of, 215.

Gosfrid, prior of Christ church, 430.

Gostling, Rev. Wm. his walk quoted, 134, 305, 327, 357, 363, 369, 370, 414, 536, 537.

Gostling, John, present rector of Holy Cross Westgate and St. Peter's churches united, 264.

Gough, Mary, 230.

Grandorge, Dr. Geo. 370.

Gravestones and monuments in the cathedral plundered at different times, 384.

Gray, Dr. of Canterbury, 60; Stephen, 133.

Graydon's, memorials of, 238.

Grebell, Allen, 147, possesses Stuppington manor, 155; resides at Little Barton manor, 164.

Green, Thos. 230; Wm. cl. 268; Mr. the organ builder, 365.

Green's, memorials of in the cathedral, 389.

Green-cloth, board of, 116.

Green court, within the precincts of Christ-church, 504, 517, 526.

Greenhill's, memorials of, 226.

Gregory, Francis, cl. 229; minor canon, 500, 521; Wm. present rector of St. Mary Bredman and St. Andrew's churches united, 237, 489, 491.

Grey, Dr. 543.

Grey, Wm. de, attorney general, 26, 27; Thos. de, of Codnor, 129.

GREY FRIARS, convent of, 164.

Grissith, Sarah, memorial of, in the cathedral, 389.

Grigge, John, LL. D. 480.

Grimstone, Sir Harbottle, 1511 lady Ann, ibid.

Groome, Thos. 33.

Grosse's antiquities quoted, 351.

Grove, Robert, 198; James, 525.

Grymbald, account of, 329; Grymbald's crypt in St. Peter's in Oxford, ibid.

Guildford, Sir John, memorial of in the cathedral, 386.

Guildhall of the city, 108, 110.

Guldeford, arms of, 506.

Gutteridge field and bottom, 34, 37, 40.

Gwodrycheswode, 31.

Gylbert, Thos. 159.

Gyllingham, Wm. chamberlain of Christ-church, 488, 490.

H.

Hadd, Matthew, 54; Hadd's, 218.

Hadde, Henry, memorial of, 217.

Haddon, Wm. buried in the cemetery of Christ-church, 424.

Hadleigh, Wm. Sub-prior of Christ-church, 490.

Hadley, Richard de, 46.

Haghe, John, and Christian de, 512.

Haimo, vicecomes or sheriff, 6.

Halbet, John, 95.

Hales, John, 8; Sir John, 109; Sir Edward, 39, 106, 109, 120; Edward, 55, 278; Sir Thomas, 57, 109, 119, 284; 488; Sir Christopher, 147, 276, 488; Sir Stephen, 150, 238; Sir James, 89, 251, 393; his monument in the cathedral, 399; Margaret 251; Cheney, his monument in the cathedral, 399; Hales's, memorials of, 217, 266; of the Dungeon, 154, 182, 183; account of, 149; memorials of, 238, 239.

Halford, alderman, 536.

Halke, Thos. memorial of, 266.

Hall, Stephen, 514.

Halstow, church of, 523.

Hammond, Wm. possesses Stonehouse, 119; Morton manor, 153; Wm. 184; Hester, 207; Jane, memorial of in the cathedral, 394; Wm. 536; Manwaring, his memorial in the cathedral, 402; Hammond's, of Canterbury, memorial of, 216.

Hamo, son of Vitalis, 269.

Hampson, Henry, 151.

Handfield's, memorials of, 251.

Handlo, John de, 78; Handlo's, ibid.

Hanekin, Alexander, 531.

Hannefielde, 34, 40.

Hanson, James, his charity, 194; memorial of, 284.

Harbledown, hospital of, 167, 204, 338.

Harcup, Thomas, possesses the Blackfriars, 172.

Hardes mill, 32, 36.

Harding, Clement, clerk, 255, 263.

Hardres, Wm. 49, 50; Tho. 55; John, 56, 57; Sir William, 57; Richard, 150; Hardres's, 32, 152; memorials of, 227; monuments of, in the cathedral, 394, 421.

Hargrave, Christopher, clerk, 264.

Harleburg, John, 47.

Harnehill, Wm. 256.

Harnet's memorials, 266.

Harpsfield, Nich. archdeacon, 188.

Harrison, Basil, 184.

Harris, Tho. 198; Capt. James, 238.

HARRIS'S alms-houses, 198.

Harold, king, 381.

Harvey, Stephen, Dr. 149; the celebrated physician educated at Canterbury, 535.

Hasted's, memorials of, 226, 227; in the cloysters of the cathedral, 514.

Hatch, Joseph, bell founder, 352.

Hatcher's, memorials of, 231.

Hathbrand, Robert, prior of Christ-church, 447, 511, 518, 520, 524.

Hawkyn, William, chaplain, 385.

Hault, Sir William, 251.

Haut, Richard, 53; Sir Wm. 149; Sir Edmund, 173; Edmund, memorial of, in the cathedral, 386.

Hawkin, Alexander, 340, 344.

Hawkins, Wm. cl. 233; John, priest, buried in cathedral, 423.

Hayes, Richard, cl. 214, Sir Thomas, 238.

Hayman's, memorials of, in the cathedral, 394.

Hawlinge, 33.

Hayward, John, memorial of, 217.

Head, Sir Francis, 57; memorial of, 250; John, cl. 229; lady Anne buried in the cathedral, 421.

Hearn, George, cl.. 218; present rector of St. Alphange church, 220; one of the six preachers of the cathedral, 521

Heathen land, 34, 40.

Heaven and Paradise, lodgings in the precincts of Christchurch so called, 499, 527.

Hendley, Walter, 488.

Hengrove, 34, 40.

Hengham, Odomar, memorial of, in the cathedral, 385.

Henman, William, 111.

Henney, John de, clerk, 288; Robert de, rector of St. Martin's, 509.

Hennington, Barbara, memorial of, in the cathedral, 231.

Henry, dean and prior of Christchurch, 427, 428.

Henstridge, James, cl. 253.

Heppington, seat of, 67.

Heraldi Concubina, 4, 6.

Herault, Anne, memorial of, in the cathedral, 218, 303.

Herbaldown, hospital of, 15.

Hereford, Ralph, bishop of, 475.

Herlewin, prior of Christchurch, 434.

Hermitage, one at Northgate, 245.

Herne, port of, 105.

Hersley, Nicholas, 489.

Herring, Nathaniel, his memorial in the cathedral, 389.

Herst, Nicholas, penitontiary of Christ-church, 490.

Hertford, Bartholomew, 46.

Hetherington, Geo. 393.

Heyman, lady, buried in the cathedral, 421; William, his charity, 536; Sir Henry Pix, 537; Peter, ibid. memorial of, 266; Heyman's, buried in the cathedral, 422.

Hickman, Wm. 50.

Hicks, Dr. dean of Worcefter, 151.

Highmore, Nathaniel, memorial of, 250.

Hill, John, cl. 253; memorial of, 226.

Hilles, Avery, 225.

Hinton, Giles, 266.

Hippopotamus, or sea horse, remains of, 136.

Hirst, Martin, 230.

Hitchcock, John, cl. 288.

Hlothewig, Portgerefa, 9.

Hoath, Heath, farm, 162, 277.

Hobart, Sir Henry, attorneygeneral, 19.

Hobday's, memorials of, 225, 226.

Hodson's, memorials of, 275.

Hogg-hall, in the precincts of Christ-church, 500, 528.

Hoke, John de, 48.

Holand, Margaret, 381; her monument in the cathedral, 395.

Holcombe, Samuel, prebendary 393; Holcombe's, memorials of, ibid.

Holdmill, 32, 36.

Holdridge wood, 33, 40.

Hollingbery's, memorials of, 275.

Hollingborne, MANOR OF, 443.

Hollow lane, 38.

Holloway-lane, 35.

Holt, Thomas, 50; John de,

Holman, Jeoffry, memorial of, 245.

Holmes, William, 278.

Holy Cross, alcar of, in the cathedral, 325.

Holy Cross, Westgate church and ward, 80.

HOLY CROSS, WESTGATE, church of, 254; united to St. Peter's church, 211.

Holy Innocents, altar of, in the cathedral, 321.

Holy maid of Kent, Elizabeth Barton, story of, 181.

Holy sepulchre, church of, 178.

Holy Trinity, or cathedral church, 84, 86, 314, 315, 316.

Holy Trinity, altar of, in the cathedral, 320, 331.

Homepits, 33, 34, 37, 38, 40.

Honnours, lodgings so called in precincts of Christ-church, 499, 500, 519.

Honorius, prior of Christchurch, 435.

Honywood, Sir Wm. alderman, 25; William, baronet, 56; Sir John, 58; Thomasine, memorial of, 249; John, buried in the cathedral, 422.

Hoo, Richard de, alderman, 30, 49; Sir Richard, 161; Stephen de, 47, 49l Tho. the younger, memorial of in the cathedral, 388.

Hooper, Geo. 401.

Hop market, liberty of one, granted to the city, 26.

Hops, the cultivation of, a resource of wealth to the city and its neighbourhood, 98.

Hopton, John, cl. 273; Rich. Cope, his monument in the cathedral, 391.

Horn, blowing of, summons of the citizens by, 11, 29.

Horne, Edmund, alde man, 30, 49, 50, 51.

Horshoe hole, 32.

Horsley, Dr. 82.

Horsmonden, Ursula, memorial of in the cathedral, 394.

HOSPITAL, General one, established, 106; called the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, 118, 133.

HOSPITALS and ALMS HOUSES in Canterbury, 184, charities to, 204, 207.

Hospitality, great, kept up in the priory of Christ-church, 527.

Hoveden, Roger, the historian, 69.

Hovenden's, 175.

Hougham, Wm. senior, resides in St. Martin's, 118; junior, 536; Edward, 153; Hougham's, memorials of, 238, 239, 285. See also Hussam.

Houmout, what it meant, 412.

Hovenden, Thos. alderman, buried in the cathedral, 422; Edmund, cl. memorial of, 274.

Howard, Thos. earl of Arundel, 372; arms of, 506.

Howe, Sir Geo. Grubham, 151; Mary, 399.

Hussam's, memorials of, 266.

Hulme, abbot of, 429.

Hulse, Anne, memorial of, 284; Hulse's, memorials of, 222, 223.

Hundred of Canterbury, 78.

Hundred Acres field, 38.

Hunt, Stephen, 523.

Hurell, Reginald, 45.

Hutton, Joshua, cl. 219.

Hwyteselde Shegge, land of, 31.

Hwytsaple, hundred del, 31.

Hyde, Mr. 243.

Hydmarsh, Alanus, cl. 214.

Hythe, barons of the port of, 337.

I.

Jack and Joan fair, within the precincts of Christ-church, 104.

Jacob, Wm.55; Sir Abraham, 113, 238.

Jackson, John, 112; Wm, his death and amiable character, ibid. 250; Thomas, cl. 228.

Janson, Cornelius, the painter 403.

Jaques, Robert, III, 242.

Ibbetson, Dr. Richard, 113.

Ickham, Thos. third prior of Christ-church, 491; Thos. 71.

Jefferies, James, prebendary, memorial of in the cathedral, 402.

Jeffry, or Galfridus, prior of Christ-chruch, 436.

Jeffrys, James, prebendary, 523.

Jeken's, memorials of, 231.

Jeremias, prior of Christ-church, 430.

Jesu bell, in the Cathedral, 447.

Jesus Hospital, 205.

Jews confined in Canterbury castle, 61; synagogue, burial place and number of, 102; where they dwelt in Canterbury, 126; their synagogue, schools, and present dwellings, 127.

Jhesus masse or brotherhed, 256.

Jkham, Thos. 50, 266; Wm. 51; Ikham's, memorials of, 265.

Infirmary and its church within precincts of Christ-church, 524, 525.

Inn, antient one in Canterbury, mentioned by Chaucer, 114; famous one called the Exchequer, in the same, 449.

Inthronizations of the archbishops at Canterbury, 298.

Inundation, dreadful one at Canterbury, 128, 133.

Jones, David, 111; Gilbert, 176.

Johanna, Dame Philippa, prioress of St. Sepulchre's nunnery, 180.

Johnson, Elizabeth, 111; Edward, his charity, 201; Thos, cl. 233; Silas, memorial of, 239; Johnson's, memorials of, 251.

Jordan, Umphry, cl. 219; Wm. cl. 281.

Ipre, men of, 124.

Iron cross in Canterbury, 112, 202.

Isaac's, 152.

Isaaks, John, 34.

Islep, Robert, cl. 219.

Islip, Wm. 483.

Isles of the cathedral, description of, 375.

Isurium, 82.

Jubilees kept in the priory of Christ-church, 478.

Juries, no citizen to appear on, 22.

Justices of the peace, office of, granted to the city, 12, 18, 21, 28; of gaol delivery, 14, 21; of musters, ibid.

Juxon, Geo. 249; Juxon's, 218.

K.

Kay, Arthur, cl. 224; memorial of, 222, 236.

Kempe, Sir Thos. 150; Wm. cl. 248.

Kene, Thos. bishop of Bath and Wells, 151.

Kennard, Sampson, cl. 248.

Kensin, dean of the priory of Christ-church, 426.

Kent and Canterbury Hospital. See Hospital.

Kent, Joan, countess of, 381; Hubert, earl of, 60; Holand's, earls of, 395.

Kenton, Alexander, 175.

Kenulph, king of Mercia, 3.

Kilburne, Chas. cl. 264, 268; Lewis, memorial of, 266.

KING Charles I.131, 377; II. 24, 26, 131; George II. 414; III. 26; Edward I. 298, 336, 355; II. 443; III. 8, 447; IV. 8, 27, 129, 356, 357, 381; VI. 19; Henry I. 127, 322, 381; II. 143, 333, 334, 335, 336, 364, 502, 516, 530; life of, 433, 436; III. 8, 9, 10, 128, 179; IV. 27, 70, 373; chantry of, 346; his monument in the cathedral, 407, 408; VI. 12, 27, 476; VII. 17, 27, 457; VIII. 17, 130, 298, 377, 506; James I. 19, 24, 27; II. 26; John, 128, 336; Richard I. 178, 336; II. 10, 70, 341, 380; Stephen, 127, 143, 381; William, the Conqueror, 59, 381; Rufus, 322, 381.

KING, patron of All Saints church, 213; of St. Mildred's, 251.

King, Mr. his Observations on Castles, 62.

Kingsbridge, 73, 107; hospital of, 89, 203.

King's Head Inn, in Canterbury, 126.

King's Mead, 5.

King's Mill, 139, 143, 144, 145, 205.

KING'S SCHOOL, within the precincts ofChrist-church, account of, 533;society for the encouragement of, 539.

King-street, 35.

King's tree, 33, 37, 40.

Kingsford, John, mayor, 26; Sampson and Wm. possesses Barton mill, 147.

Kingsley, Wm. alderman, 25; Wm. 263, 394; archdeacon and prebendary, 380; monument of in the cathedral, 393; Priscilla, 401.

Kingsnode, 138.

Kirkbye, Anthony, cl. 248.

Kitchell, Mary, memorial of, 285.

Knatchbull, Sir Edward, 106; Katherine, 399.

Knight, Thos. 109; Nicholas, memorial of, 225; Samuel, bell-founder, 352; Walter, cl. memorial of, in the cathedral, 389.

Knipe, Richard, cl. 214.

Knott's, memorials of, 216.

Knowler, Chas. 36; John, recorder, 205; Gilbert, 226, 536; George, memorial of, 234; Thos. alderman, 514; Knowler's, memorials of, 216.

L.

Laborne, Roger, buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 423.

Lade, Michael, 58; John, 536.

Lady Undercrost, chapel of, in the cathedral, 361, 363, 416, 497.

Lamb, James, cl. 264.

Lamberherst, John, penitentiary of Christ-church, 489, 490.

Lambeth, chapel of, 529.

Lambin, a Fleming, 188.

Lambsyn, Thos. 206.

Lamprey, Thos. cl. 288.

Lancaster, John, duke of, 410.

Lancaster, John, priest, buried in the cathedral, 424.

Lane, Thos. 50, 51; John, ibidLane's, memorials of, 231.

Langdon, Nicholas, 188; cl. 233; Richard, cl. 236; John, 488, 490; a famous divine and bishop of Rochester, 452.

Langedon, Thos. 51.

Langley, Peter, 491.

Langport, demesne of, 279.

Langton, Simon, archdeacon, 187.

Lanthony prior of, 402.

Lappyng, Richard, 47, 48.

Latimer, Wm. de, 125.

Lawrence, Thos. register, 181.

Leases, church, the bane of industry, 99.

Leather– sellers company in London, 260, 537.

Lee, Henry, alderman, 25; mayor, 26; Henry, 56, 57, 150; Richard, 54, 150; John, 234, 339; Lee's, of the Dungeon, account of, 151; arms of, 212; memorials of, 239.

Lee, Roger, de la, prior of Christ-church, 439.

Leed, John, memorial of, 266.

Lefroy, Phæbe, 208.

Legeyt, Robert, 536.

Legge, Hon. Mr. prebendary, 500, 528.

Legrand, John, 96.

Le Houcq, Peter, 94.

Leicester, new college of, 407.

Leigh, Thos. cl. 233, 241; Leigh's, memorials of, 231.

Leland's Itinerary quoted, 88, 121, 137, 138, 329, 343, 359, 400, 402, 409, 415, 449, 454, 456, 460; Collectanea, 329, 343.

Lemanis Portus, or Limne, 60, 82.

Lennard, lady, Grisogone, 397.

Leopine, John, 94; Philip, ibid. Samuel, 95.

Lesnes, priory of, 338.

Le Suer, Rev. Mr. memorial of, 216.

Lewis, the French Dauphin, 60; VII. king of France, 364; XIV. 94.

Lewisham, school at, 537, 538.

Lewknor, Hamon, 261.

Ley, James, memorial of, 237.

Library within the precincts of Christ-church, 522; public ones, 101.

Lichfield, Wm. 489, 490.

Lightfoot, Elizabeth, memorial of, 242.

Lights in churches, great weight and numbers of, 469.

Lilesdenne, land of, 30.

Limekylns field, 103.

Liminge, abbess and nuns of, 209.

Limne, a noted haven, 3.

Linacre, the physician, 456.

Lincell's, memorials of, 265.

Lincolle, Henry, alderman, 30, 50.

Lincoln, John Bokingham, bishop of, his memorial in the cathedral, 384, 519; Robert Grosted, bishop of, 475.

Lincoln, the dean of, 468.

Lions, John, archbishop of, 336.

Lister, Martin, M. D. 119, 284; Margaret, memorial of, 212.

Littleborne, manor of, 185.

Little Lady Dungeon, church of. SeeSt. Mary Bredin.

Livesey, Sir Michael, 348.

Locutorium of the priory of Christ-church, 511, 512.

Lostie, Wm. 106.

Lokedale, chapel of, 160.

London, 81.

London, king's exchequer in, 123, 124; mints in, 125.

London, Richard Clifford, bishop of, 341, 342; Roger, bishop of, 475; Simon Sudbury, bishop of, 479.

London, Wm. 491.

Long, Thos. mayor, 130.

Longport, borough of, II; suburb of, 117, 118.

Lovejoy, Elizabeth, her charities, 186, 196.

Lovelace, Leonard, town-clerk, 25; Wm. 54; sergeant at law, his monument in the cathedral, 387; Francis, 55; Thomas, ibid. Mr. 131; Wm. cl. 233, 241, 244, 281; lady, buried in the cathedral, 421; Lovelace's, of the Grey Friars, 171; Lovelace's, memorials of, 231, 242.

Lovell, John, cl. memorial of, 226, 228; Wm. cl. 248.

Lovelych, John, cl. memorial of, 215, 219.

Lowth, Simon, cl. 253, 264.

Luckyn, Richard, 158.

Luci, Richard de, chief justice, 60.

Lud-Hudibras, king of Britain, 2.

Ludd, Thos. his charity, 206.

Lukin's, memorials of, 230, 231.

Lukyn, Anthony, cl. 253.

Lutterell, Mary, 399.

Luxmoore, Dr. Prebendary, 536.

Lynch, Wm. 58; John, D. D. 205; John, archdeacon and prebendary, 498, 519, 536; Lynch's, 274.

Lynde, Henry, 51.

Lyndy, Henry, 52.

Lynstede, Wm. de, 78, 79.

Lyzy, Mary, 96.

M.

Macaree, Mr. 77; Macaree's, memorials of, 245.

Maces, custom of bearing, 28.

Maddingley, Thos, de.45.

Magminot, Hugh, 273.

Maid servants, charity for the encouragement of, 203.

Maidstone, park at, 179.

Maidstone gaol, charity to the prisoners in, 260, 261; collegiate church of, 412.

Maidstone, Clement, 408.

Majestas Dei, or Glory, in the cathedral, 320, 372.

Mainwaring, John, memorial of, 216.

Malchus, of Constantinople, life of, 459.

Malmsbury, Wm. of, his History quoted, 69, 87, 315.

Malling, Robert, commissary, 148.

Malton, James, artist, 351.

Man, Sir Wm. 131; cl. 253.

Mann, Sir Christopher, 183; Wm. 263; Mann's 112; memorials of, 238, 239.

Mannering, Thos. memorial of, 217; his charity, 261.

Mannake, James, 94.

Manniant, Roger, 45.

Mansfield, lady, buried in the cathedral, 421.

Manston, Sir Wm. 170; Sir Roger, ibid.

Mantel, Sir Walter, 149, 251, 392, 393; Mantel's memorials of, 275.

Manufactures introduced into England, 92.

Marci, Richard de, 152.

Mardall, manor of, 247.

Marley farm, in Kingston, 199.

Marley, Richard, 254.

Marinis, lady Alice de, 170.

MARKET, liberty of one granted to the city, 10; for hops, 26; for cattle, 119.

Markets now in the city, 102, 110; different ones formerly, ibid.

Market-field, 103; Place erected for poultry, &c. 115, 116.

Marriage, royal ones, solemnized in the cathedral, 298, 355.

Marsh, Henry, 263; John, 242.

Marshall, Richard, 492.

Marson, John, cl. 244; Geo. cl. buried in the cathedral, 422.

Marston, Geo. cl. 244.

Mastusion, or undercroft in the cathedral, 320.

Martyn, Richard, bishop of the universal church, 171.

Martyr-field, 121.

Martyrs burnt at Canterbury in queen Mary's reign, 121.

Martyrdom of St. Thomas, chapel and altar of in the cathedral, 331, 355.

Mascall, Richard, 247.

Massacre by the Danes in the city, 84.

Master honnours, or honors, apartments so called in the priory of Christ-church, 385, 519.

Master, Edward, 55; Sir Edward, memorial of, 274, 280; Elizabeth, 171; Mary, her charities, 193, 196, 204; Giles, memorial of, 222, 225; lady Dorcas, 275; James, memorials of it in the cathedral 400; Awdray, lady, buried in the same, 421; Master's, memorials of, 183, 227, 239, 275; Master's, buried in the cathedral, 421.

Masters, Richard, parson of Aldington, 181; Sir Harcourt, 204; Anne, memorial of, 275; Master's, 218.

Maudelen croft, 243.

Maundy, Elizabeth, memorial of, 215.

Maurice, dean of the priory of Christ-church, 426.

Maxey, Peter, cl. buried in the cemetery of the priory of Christ-church, 423.

May, Thos. 57.

Maydestan, Wm. de, 48.

Maynard, John, 46, 191; le Rich. 190.

MAYNARD'S SPYTAL, or HOSPITAL, 190, 192, 194, 205, 282.

Mayne, Sir Wm. 58.

MAYOR, liberty of choosing one, granted to the city, 12; how chosen, 17, 18, 19, 20, 28; his salary, 18.

Mayor of Canterbury, 192, 193, 196, 197; and aldermen, 190, 193, 201, 202, 203, 204; and chamberlain, 200, 201, 202; and recorder, 201, 203, 204; and commonaltie, 186, 189, 190, 197, 202, 205, 206, 207.

Mayor and citizens possess King's mill, 143; Abbot's mill, 144.

Mayoraity, seal of, 29.

Meade, Elias, cl. 248.

Mead's Ruff, 40.

Meath, Chaworth Brabason, earl of, buried in the cathedral, 421.

Medmilne, 188.

Meeting-houses in Canterbury, 102.

Megg, Wm. memorial of, 234.

Mellefield, 158.

Melros, abbot of, 337.

Melrose, Wm. cl. memorial of, 221, 236.

Mendham, John, 50.

Mendicants, convent of. See Grey-friars.

Menys, John, prebendary, 499, 500.

Meopham parsonage, 341; church of, 531.

Mercerie le, or Mercery-lane, in Canterbury, 114, 505.

Mercer, Elias, 48.

Merchant taylors company in London, 200.

Mercia, Kenulph, king of, 3.

Mercurius Rusticus, book of, 348.

Methodists, meeting-houses for, in the city, 102, 303.

Mildrede mill, 145.

Milestone hole and farm, 38.

Miles, Rev. H. 134; Wm. cl. 264.

Milles, Richard, 40, 58; Sam. 57, 151; Thomas, 225; Anne, monument of in the cathedral, 398; Mr. prebendary, 500.

Mills, lady, memorial of, 227.

Mills on the Stour, 143.

Milfield, 33, 37, 39.

Military, Roman way, 75.

Milner, John, cl. 241.

Milton near Canterbury, 385.

Minchen wood in the Blean, 178.

Minorites, house of, in Canterbury, 89. See also Greyfriars.

Minot, Edmund, 74.

MINTS in Canterbury, 124; office of one established in the precincts of Christchurch, 533, 547.

Mint-yard, within the precincts of Christ-church, 504, 532.

MINT, a privileged place in Canterbury, 116.

Miracles performed at Becket's tomb, 333.

Mitre, privilege of wearing, granted to the prior of Christchurch, 448, 466.

MOAT, alias Wyke manor, 160; farm and lands of, 33, 39; park, 278.

Modius, or muid of wine, what it consisted of, 335.

Moels, Nicholas, 66.

Mohun, Joane, lady, her monument in the cathedral, 416; account of, ibid.

Moland, James, sacrist of the priory of Christ-church, 525; Wm. prior of the same, 452.

Molineux, Sir Wm. his monument in the cathedral, 388.

Molins, Dr. Scipio de, 108.

Monasteries, arms of, whence generally assumed, 174.

Monasteries, false reports concerning them, 493; scites of, and their antient state, 501.

Money, clipping and forging of, liberty to enquire of, granted to the city, 13; coined in Canterbury, 125, 532; borrowed by king Edward III. of the abbots and priots, 447.

Mongeham, Stephen de, prior of Christ-church, 448.

Monins, John, lessee ofthe archbishop's palace, 300, 302, 303, 349; of Swanton, his monument in the cathedral, 388; John, 536; Thomas, 349, 350.

Monk, John, 48.

Monkton, church of, 531.

Monmouth, Jessry of, his fabulous history, 2.

Montague, Mrs. queen Elizabeth's slik-woman, 92; Dame Tuston, her memorial in the cathedral, 402.

Montfaucon, his Antiquities quoted, 379.

Monuments and gravestones in the cathedral, account of, 382; in the crypt or undercrost, 415.

Moore, the statuary, 250; Dr. prebendary, 499, 519.

More, Thos. 238; Wm. de la, 61.

Moreton, manor of, 34. See also Morton.

Moretimer, Hugh, archdeacon, 187, 232, 276; Sir Roger, 434.

Morphet, Wm. cl. 224.

Mortaine, lord, 359.

Morton, John de, 47, 489; Richard de, 47, 48, 49; Thos, 491; family of, 152.

MORTON, alias DODINDaLE manor of, 151.

Mote Rough, 37.

Mote, manor of, 158; park in Maidstone, 179, 182.

Mote, Fenelon, 299.

Mottenden, Sir John, friar, 170.

Moulin, Peter de, prebendary, 350, 523.

Moyle, Sir Thomas, 161; Robert, 394.

Murton farm and land, 40.

Mug, John, cl. 288.

Mulling, John, 52.

Musgrave, Mary, memorial of, in the cathedral, 400.

Musters, justices of, the office granted to the city, 14.

Myllys, prebendary, memorial of in the cathedral, 388.

N.

Nackington, manor of, 155.

Nairne, Rev. John, 537.

Nantes, edict of revoked, 94.

Napkin, use of, granted to the prior of Christ-church, 466.

Naples, viceroy of, 299.

Nashe, John, 173.

Natyndon street, 34; John de, cl. 228.

Navarre, Joan of, queen to king Henry IV. her monument in the cathedral, 407.

Navigation, project of, from Ashford to the sea, 141.

Nelson, admiral, 132.

Nethergong, 142.

Nethersole, John, 74; Wm. 198; Nethersole's, memorials of, 242, 251, 266.

Nevil. dean, 324; his chapel in the cathedral, 347, 386; account of, and monuments there, 392, 393; arms of, 380, 506; Mr. prebendary, 499.

Nevinson, Christopher, memorial of, 217.

New bridge at the postern of the precincts of Christchurch, 520.

Newhaven, lord, 58.

Newingate, 74; suburbs without, 15; ward of, 36; aldermanry of, 78, 79.

Newington, Robert, 54.

Newman, Sir Geo. 230; memorials of, 231, 251.

Nichols's, memorials of, 274.

Nixon, Dr. prebendary, 371; Dorothy, ibid. 208.

Noble, Thos. memorial of, 222.

Nordeude, Northwood, now Little Barton manor, 163.

Norman, Thos. 51.

Norris, Roger, prior of Christchurch, 436; Mr. prebendary, 499, 519.

North, Sir Edward, 547.

Northfleet, manor of, 179.

NORTHGATE, 76, 88; suburb of, 15, 117; ward of, 36; aldermanry of, 78, 79, 147; church of, 41, 42, 43, 44; poor of the parish of, 195, 196.

Northgate, in St. Peter's, belonging to the Grey Friars, 165.

North Hall Court, held at, in the precincts of Christ– church, 529.

North Holmes, springs of water at, 108.

Northhome, 158.

North Holmes, springs at, 542, 543, 544.

Northmouth, in Thanet, 142.

Northwood, nowLittle Barton manor, 163.

Norton, Sir Thos, 150.

Norwood, memorials of, 251; arms of, 265, 515.

Notary, one in the priory of Christ church, 443; office of, ibid.

Nove ordinationes, letters patent so styled, 17.

Nutt, John, 55; Wm. 225; Edward, 263.

O.

Oaks, public walk within the priory of Christ-church, 504.

Oaten-hill, market at, 103; the place of public executions, 120; pleasure ground at, 103.

Obedientiaries of the priory of Christ-church, office of, 469, 485.

Obriens, memorials of, 231.

Observants, convent of, See Grey Friars

Odo Colignie, bishop of Beauvois in France, his monument in the cathedral, 412.

Odo, prior of Christ-church, 432.

Okell, Wm. cl. 248.

Old Park, near Canterbury, 39, 278.

Oppidum and urbs, used promiscuously by writers, 81.

Orchard, Sybell, memorial of, 242.

Ordance stores, depository for, in Canterbury, 120.

Organ-lane, 33, 40.

Organ, new one, erected in the cathedral, 365; great one in the same, 447; pair of, usually in churches, 217, 275, 340, 359.

Osbern, the learned monkof Christ-church, 428; his life of Odo, 308.

Osborne, Wm. cl. 287, 288.

Oseburn, Wm. 52.

Ossory, Tenison, bishop of, 370.

Oswell, Andrew, 49.

Otehill gate, 74.

Otford, Archbishop's palace at, 140.

Otford, Bartholomew, 492.

Otten, Dr. Hippocrates de, 397.

Oughton, alderman, 192; Anthony, memorial of, 230.

Ould-street, 158; — sole, ibid.

Ovynde, Edmund, cl. 281.

Owen, Evans, cl. 288.

Oxenden, Richard, prior of Christ-church, 160, 446, 465, 531; Sir Henry, 263, 537; Oxenden's, 263.

Oxford, All Souls college in, 344; Canterbury college in, 483, 450, 454, 534; St. John's college in, 200.

Oxford, scholars of the university of, 484; students and scholarships in, 534, 536, 537.

Oxford, Christ-church college in, possesses Canterbury college in the same, 485.

Oxford, church of St. Peter in, 329.

Oxford steeple, in the cathedral, 344.

Oxney, John, prior of Christchurch, 455; treasurer of the same, 488, 490.

Ozengell grange, 287.

P.

Packe's, memorials of, 242.

Page, Michael, mayor, 131; William, cl. 248; buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 424.

Pageham, church of, 483, 484.

Painted window in the cathedral, given by Edward IV. 356; great one in the south window repaired, 358.

PALACE OF THE ARCHBISHOP, ville and precincts of, 23, 294.

Palmer, James, 55; Herbert, 111; Sir Philip, 118; Sir Henry, ibid. his charities, 280, 287; memorials of, 284.

Pandulph, the pope's legate, 336.

Pankell, Thomas, 47; John, ibid.

Panton, Tho. cl. 241, 244.

Papal bulls granted to the priory of Christ-church, 471.

Paramore, Thomas, mayor, 19; Thomas, 28; his charities, 201, 242; Paramore's, ibid

Pargate's, 153; memorials of, 227.

Parhelia, or mock suns seen, 134.

Paris, John, cl. 221; memorial of, 222, 236.

Parish churches, united in cities and towns, 210.

PARISHES, in Canterbury, 209.

Park, at Canterbury, 302; the kings there, 542.

Parker, Deane John, possesses Deane's mill, 146.

Parker, Nicholas, buried in the cathedral, 422, lady Rebecca 421.

Parkhurst, Mr. prebendary, 497, 498, 500.

Parlegate, Edward, 227.

Parliament, LIST OF BURGESSES for Canterbury, returned to, 45.

Parliamentarians, the cathedral plundered by them, 74.

Parmenter, John, cl. memorial of, 215, 219.

Paske, Dr. prebendary, 348.

Passett, Thomas, memorial of, 266.

Paston, Elizabeth, 402.

Pastoral staff, the privilege of one, granted to the prior of Christchurch, 448, 450, 466, 467.

Pater Noster wood, 40.

Paton Float, 94.

Patyfere, Nicholas, cl. 268.

Pavement, new one, in the cathedral, 258, 384.

Pauverage, Field, 158.

Pawley, Dorothy, 390.

Payable, John, 46.

Peche, Sir Wm. 66; Sir John, 385.

Pedecoq, Thomas, cl. 263.

Peerson, Andrew, cl. 278.

Pelham, arms of, 515.

Pembroke, Wm. earl of, 92, 386.

Pembroke, Hester, memorial of, 514.

Pembroke's, memorials of, 275.

Penitentiaries of the priory of Christ-church, office of, 470.

Penkell, Thomas, 46.

Pennington, Sir Alan, 170.

Peny, Thomas, 173.

PERAMBULATIONS of the city, 31.

Percy, lord, 359.

Peresey, Richard, buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 424.

Pereson, Richard, priest, buried in the same, 423.

Perral, Thomas, 49.

Pestilence in Canterbury, 448.

Peterborough, abbot of, 428, 433; convent of, 338.

Peters's, memorials of, 216.

Petham, Wm. prior of Christchurch, 455.

Petle, Dunstan, cl. 263.

Petit, Thomas, 61; of Sandwich, 113; Thomas, his charity, 228.

Pettet, Thomas, his charity, 206.

Pettowse, John, cl. buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 424.

Petyt, John, 221; Petyt's, 227.

Peutinger's Tables quoted, 82.

Peyforer, Sir Fulk, 170.

Philosophical Transactions quoted, 133, 134.

Philpot, Wm. 111.

Picard, Thomas, cl. 271.

Pickering, John de, 46; Tho. Wooley, 230.

Pickis, Richard, cl. 219.

Pierce, Sampson, 111.

Pierre de la, or Peters; Peter, 96; family, account of, 175.

Piers, John, cl. memorial of, 215, 219.

Pilcher's, memorials of, 231, 266.

Pillory, liberty of, granted to the city, 10.

Pilow, Nicholas, 96.

Piper, Wm. 275.

Pisa, frian, Aghellus de, 166.

Pissonger, Ralph, 46.

Pitseus, the writer, quoted, 430, 431, 432, 434, 437, 446, 449, 451, 452, 454.

Plague, in Canterbury, 130, 425.

Platt, David, cl. 219.

Pleas of the crown, liberty of, granted to the city, 10, 12, 13, 29.

Pleas and law controversies exercised in churches, 312.

Plummer's, memorials of, 226.

Pluto, Richard, a learned monk of Christ-church, 435.

Poictiers, battle of, 411.

Pokell, Thomas, 47.

Polders Bank, 33, 37; leaze, 159.

Poldrestese, pasture of, 30.

Politiane, 456.

Poller's, 78.

Polly, alias Polhill, John, 225.

Polre, Robert de, 152; Polre's, 78.

Ponet, Mr. prebendary, 500.

Poor Priests, hospital of, 89, 232.

Poor of Canterbury, 202, 203.

Poor, the increase of, by the dissolution of religious houses, 493.

Population of Canterbury, 101.

Porter, John, his monument in the cathedral, 391.

Portpool chantry, 273

Posterns, in the city wall, 77; liberty of one granted to the prior of Christ church, 44, 505, 519.

Potter, John, dean, his memorial in the cathedral, 403.

Pouche, Edmund de, 47.

Poultry market, where formerly held, 115.

Powell, William, memorial of, 234.

Pownal, Philemon, clerk, 214, 233; Robert, preacher, buried in the cathedral, 422.

Poynings, arms of, 265, 506.

Pratt, Richard, 52.

Prebendaries, their several lodgings assigned, after the dissolution of the priory, 497, 518; their several places of burial, 420.

Prebends of Christ-church, their present value, 546.

Precentor of the priory of Christ-church, office of, 470.

Precincts of the cathedral, antient and present state of, 501, 504; modern improvements in, 541.

Presbiterians, meeting-houses for in Canterbury, 102.

Presbiterium, or chancel, in the cathedral, 369.

Prez, Jacob de, D. D. his memorial in the cathedral, 389.

Price, Nathaniel, memorial of, 274, 275.

Priests, secular, placed in the priory of Christ-church, 425.

Primrose's, 218; memorials of, 231.

Prince's chapel, in the cathedral, 361.

Printkelham land, 158.

Priors and archbishops, ornaments on their gravestones different, 387.

Prison in the castle, 60, 61; in the precincts of Christchurch, 529.

Prisoners in the gaols, charities to, 260.

Privileges, various ones, granted to the priory of Christchurch, 470.

Probyn, Sir Edward, 133.

Protestants, prosecution of, 916 refugees in England, 94.

Provest, Robert, cl. memorial of, 215, 219.

Proud, John, 50; Proud's, alias Prude's, memorials of, 217.

Prowde, Thomas, 216; buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 423.

Prude, Thomas, memorial of, 215; lieutenant colonel, his monument in the cathedral, 396; Prude's, or Proude's, memorials of, 217.

Ptolemy's Geography quoted, 81.

Pudner, Capt. Humphry, 365, 374; family, account of, 113.

Puilli, Thomas, 47.

Puritans burn the city gates, 368; plunder the cathedral, ibid.

Pye Powder-court, privilege of one, granted to the city, 24.

Pygott, Henry, buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 423.

Pykard, Hugh, 124.

Pyllorie, one in Canterbury, 205.

Pyntkyn, 33.

Pyott, Charles, 110; RobertThomas possesses a seat in St. Martin's, 119; Pyott's, account of, 119; memorials of, 284.

Pyriton, John, 50.

Pytte, Eleanor at, memorial of, 215.

Q.

Quaker's meeting-houses, 102; burial place, ibid.

QUEENS, Anne, 109; Elizabeth, 19, 35, 92, 111, 130, 299, 520; Henrietta-Maria, 131; Mary, 372.

QUENINGATE, account of, 69, 72, 77, 103, 443, 502, 503, 504, 510; church of, 235; suburbs without, 15.

Quilter, William, memorial of, 284.

R.

Races yearly on Barham Downs, 101.

Radcliffe, Sir George, 162.

Radingate, See Ridingate.

Railton, Robert town clerk, 22; Railton's, memorials of, 231.

Ramsey, John de, 46; Sir Henry, 243.

Randolph, Herbert, junior, 25; Rev. Herbert, 113; Herbert, 242, 371; his monument in the cathedral, 394; Edward, M. D. memorial of, 225; Randolph's, 208; memorials of, 275; in the cathedral, 389, 421.

Rastal, William, 53.

Ratcliffe, Dr. prebendary, 498, 527.

Raynhull, Robert, clerk, 260, 263.

Ravinstone, Thomas, arms of, 515.

Rayley, Thomas, 227.

Raynhull, Robert, cl. 255.

Read, Duell, cl. 268; memorials of, 231.

Reculver, 3; palace at, 292, 295.

Recognizances for debts, privilege of taking granted to the city, 22.

Recorder of the city, how elected 21, 28.

Reginald, a learned monk of Christ-church, 459.

Regratings, liberty to enquire of, granted to the city, 13.

Relics of saints, where placed in the cathed al, 366, 372.

RELIGIOUS FOUNDATIONS within the liberty of the city, 164.

Requiescant in Pace, on the monuments of Roman Catholics, reason of, 391.

Resumption, act of, 13.

Rether cheap, market of, 104.

Rhemes, Wm. archbishop of, 334, 336.

Rich, Hugh, 169; Hugh, friar, 181; Mr. prebendary, 488.

Richborough, or Ritupis Portus, 82, 138.

Richmond, Robert, cl. memorial of, 234, 236.

Rigden, Robert, 152; Wm. 194; John, cl. memorial of, 249.

Rider, Wm 92.

Ridgway manor, in Chistlet, 287.

RIDINGATE, 69, 75, 82, 88; suburbs without, 15; ward of, its contents, 36; aldermanry of, 78; church of St. Edmund of, 178, 269.

Ridley, Roger, 52, 75; Dr. prebendary, 497, 498, 499.

Ring, privilege of wearing, granted to the prior of Christchurch, 466.

Ringemer, Thomas de, prior of Christ-church, 441.

Riou, Captain, memorial of, 250.

Rippon, in Yorkshire, 311.

Risby, Richard, 181.

Ritupts Portum, or Richborough, 82.

Roberts, Joseph, alderman, 25; Edward, 113; William, buried in the cathedral, 422; Roberts's, memorials of, 217.

Robinson, Mathew, 57; Chas. recorder, 58, 356; George, 147; Henry, 201; his charity, 538; Elisha, 228.

Rochester, 91; hundred of, 15; castle, 62, 65, 66; prior and convent of, 153, 450; bishops of, 429, 474; Freake, 188; Fisher, 181; Godwin, 84; Langdon, 452; Ralph, 316; Warner, 151, 353; dean of, Turner, 403.

Rochester, dean and chapter of, possess Dodingdale and castle land portion of tithes in Canterbury, 154.

Rogers, Lapicius, 47; John, 54; Thomas, 140; Wm. 161; Francis, cl. 233; Rufus, cl. 268; Richard, dean, 391; his monument in the cathedral, 402.

Rokesley, arms of, 265.

ROMANS, in Britain, 2, 3, 82, 306, 307; antiquities found, 67; bricks, 59, 60, 249, 282, 283, military ways, 81, 82, stations or forts, 81; urns, 181.

Roman buildings, insallible tokens of, 283.

Rome, court of, its contrivances to exact money, 481.

Romney, barons of the port of, 337.

Rooke, Wm. mayor, 25; Margaret, memorial of, 242, Sir William, 274; Fynch, memorial of, 275; Sir George, his cenotaph in the cathedral, 398; Elizabeth buried in the cathedral, 422; Rooke's, memorials of, 275.

Roper, Wm. 53.

Ros, arms of, 515.

Rose, alderman, 140; John, 54, 141; mayor, 189; memorial of, 227; Edward, 153; Robert, 207; his oharity, 536; Wm 51, 52.

Rotheram, John, 53; buried in the cathedral, 423.

Rotley, John, cl. 263.

Routepiai, Rutupiæ, town of, 81.

Rowe, John, 54.

Royle, Joseph, possesses Well close, and Stuppington hill, 155; Joseph, alderman, memorial of, 212, 536.

Rud hudibras, king of Britain, 2.

Rufford, Titus, memorial of, 239.

Rumsey, John de, 48.

Rupibus, Peter de, bishop of Winchester, 65.

Rush market, formerly in the city, 103, 206.

Ryder's gate, 89.

Rysbrack, the statuary, 391.

S.

Sabine, alderman, 131; Avery, his charity, 203.

Sacket, Rev. Mr. 351.

Sacrist of the priory of Christchurch, office of, 469.

Saker's, memorials of, 227.

Salisbury, John of, his poem, 317.

— or Sarisbury, John, prior of Christ-church, 453.

Salt, market for, in Canterbury, 103; Hill, ibid.

Salter, William, 352.

Samnit, or triangular shield, 410.

Sampson, Anthony, 149.

Sampson, Dorobernensis, a learned writer, 433.

Sanctuary, privilege of, in Stablegate, 293.

Sanctuary of the priory of Christ-church, 423, 424.

Sandals, privilege of wearing, granted to the prior of Christchurch, 466, 467.

Sandford, John, prebendary, his memorial in the cathedral, 388.

Sandwic, 138.

Sandwich, port of, 83, 129, 141, 142, 311, 336; barons of, 337; garden stuff brought from, 102; Danes land at, 309.

Sandwich, Nicholas de, prior of Christ-church, 439; Wm. guardian of Canterbury college, in Oxford, 490; Henry de, 166.

Sandys, Sir Richard, 119, 284; the rebel colonel, 348; Sandys's, memorials of, 249, 251.

Sankey, M. W. mayor, entertains the prince of Wales, 132.

Saravia, Adrian, prebendary, his monument in cathedral, 388, 390.

Sardinia, king of, 414.

Sargenson, John, cl. 229, 244, 253.

Sarum, Robert, bishop of, 475.

Savage, Sir Arnold, arms of, 230, 515.

Saunders, Mark, clerk, 228, 242.

Sawbridge, Samuel-Elias, 58.

Sawkins, Joseph, memorial of, 266; Sawkins's, 153, 212.

Say, Wm. 52, 152.

Sayer, George, 56.

Sbern, Biga, 4, 6.

Scabines, the, 124.

Scepeshotesmelne, 146.

Scheldwych, John, alderman, 30.

School, free one, formerly in the precincts of Christchurch, 508.

School, or college, founded by archbishop Theodore in the precincts of Christ-church, 509.

School, grammar,' or King's school, within the precincts of Christ-church, 533; institution of society, or feast for the encouragement of it, 540.

Schools, charity ones, in the city, legacy to, 208; boarding ones for young ladies, 112.

Scot, Thomas, 54, 55.

Scott, Cecilia, 114; William, possesses a mansion near the Dungeon, ibid. Sir William, commissary, 353; memorials, of, 251; arms of, 506.

Scotland, William, king of, 127; David, king of, 323; deprived bishops of, 151; golden crown of, 336.

Scotland hills, 39.

SEALS of the city, 29; of the chamberlain and may ralty, ibid. of the priory of Christchurch, 323, 439, 440, 456, 461; of dean and chapter, 462.

Seaman, John, 255.

Searle, Mr. 498.

Seasalter, church of, 531.

Seenleger, Mr. prebendary, 498.

Segrave, Stephen de, 65.

Selden's, summons to parliament quoted, 468.

Seldwich, Thomas, 49.

Selgrave, manor of, 416.

Seller's, buried in the cathedral, 422.

Selling, William, prior of Christ-church, 455, 513, 520, 523.

Selling, parish of, 537.

Selowe, Wm. 52.

Sellowe, John, 218.

Sepeley, Walter de, 160.

Septvans, Wm. memorial of, 265; Sir William, memorial of in the cathedral, 385.

Sepulture, privilege of, granted to the priory of Christchurch, 526.

Sequestration, committees for, 349.

Sergeant, Walter, 52.

Sergeantsarmace, election of, 18.

Sergeantrys, held in city, 78.

Sermon or lecture, founded on the election of mayor, 206.

Sermon preached for the prisoners in the several gaols, 261.

Sermon-house, in the precincts of Christ-church, 516.

Sernaye, Richard, 50.

Sessions, liberty of holding them, granted to the city, 13, 2, 29.

Sessions house, for the Eastern parts of Kent, 65.

Sextayne, John, 50, 51.

Shafford's, now Dean's mill, 32, 36, 146, 257.

Shalloak, 36.

Shambles, or meat market, Shamelys, for the butchers, 110, 205.

Sharp's, memorials of, 226.

Shegdank, or downe, 34, 40.

Shields, different ones, account of, 410.

Sheldon, George, 150; memorial of, 238.

Sheldwich, John, 50, 51, 52.

Shelford land, 36.

Shelving, Bennet, 173.

Sheppard, John, cl.219.

Shepherd, John, cl.241.

Sheriff of the city, how elected, 20, 28;privilege of one, granted to the city, 13, 16.

Sheriff of the county accounts for the king's demesnes, 9.

Shetting, cross of, 30.

Shirley, Katherine, memorial of, 239; Thomas, 395.

Shoaloak, cotton mill erected at, 97.

Sholdforthe, 32.

Shorte's, memorials of, 266.

Shove, Henry, cl.233, 241.

Shrewsbury, Gilbert-Talboat, earl of, 372.

Shrubsole, Sarah, memorial of, 238.

Siburgis, holy virgin buried in the cathedral, 318.

Sidley, Sir Isaac, 149.

Sidon, suffrugan bishop of, 263.

Sigebert, king of the East Angles, 509.

Silk manufactures introduced at Canterbury, 94; decay of, 95.

Simmons, James, 100, 101; alderman, 75, 142, 190, 536; lessee of St. Radigund's bath, 117; of Abbot's mill, 145.

Simmons and Royle, Messrs. 145.

Simmons and Kirkby, their description of the cathedral, 305.

Simmonds, John, vesturer of the cathedral, 358.

Simpson, Roger, memorial of, 216, Simpson's, buried in the cathedral, 421.

Siret de Cillel am, 5, 6.

Sittingborne, John de, prior of Christ-church, 438.

Siward, suffragan bishop, 289.

Six, John, 94; James, ibid.—cl. memorial of, 255; Samuel, 96; Six's, 212.

Skeene, Thomas, cl. 248.

Skippe, Richard, 161; John, cl.272.

Slaves and natives, manumission of, in England, 385.

Slodden, John, 173; William, 184; memorial of, 238.

Smeaton, John, the engineer, 145.

Smith, James, 118; Richard, 161; — cl. 278; — D. D. 389; John, cl. his charity, 261; Mr. 278; Geo. buried in the cathedral, 422; Smith's, memorials of, 249.

SMITH'S HOSPITAL, charity to, 205.

Smythbye, James, 250.

Somerset, John-Beaufort, earl of, 359; his monument in the cathedral, 395, 398.

Somerset, alias St. Michael's chapel, in the cathedral, 395.

Somner, John, 115; William, the antiquary, memorial of, 231, 353; his History of Canterbury,304, 384, 388; his MSS. in Christ-church library, 522; Somner's, memorials of, 231; buried in the cathedral, 421.

Sorges, John, cl. 257, 263.

South, Robert, 492.

Southland, Thomas, 158.

South Sea Company, directors of, 205.

Spaniards, the inventors of silk stockings, 92.

Spech house, now the guildhall of the city, 109, 110.

Spelman, Sir Henry, 104; his councils quoted, 461.

Spencer, Arnold, 140; Simon, 161; Spencer's, memorials of, 239.

Sperfall, Robert, cl. 281.

Spicer, Stephen, 46; Edmund, ibid. Richard, 47; Spinkes, Rev. Nathaniel, 151.

Spital-fields, silk manufactory removed to, 95.

Spraklyn, Dorothy, memorial of, 222; Sir Adam, 395; Spraklyn's, memorials of, 266; in the cathedral, 389, 421.

Squire, Roger, cl. 214.

St. Agnes, altar of, in the infirmary chapel of Christchurch priory, 525.

St. Alban's, abbot of, 430.

St.Alphage, altar of, in the cathedral, 319, 320, 449.

ST.ALPHAGE CHURCH, in the city, 80, 208, 209, 215; united to St. Mary Northgate, 211; Poor of the parish of, 196.

St. Andrew, altar of, in the cathedral, 321; turret of, 375; chapel of, in the same, 377.

ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, in the city, 80, 110, 220; united to St. Mary Bredman's, 211; parson and churchwardens of, 205; charity to the parish, 223; parish of, 290.

St.Andrew's, in Scotland, bishop of, 430.

St. Anne's chapel, in the cathedral, 359, 398.

St. Anselm's turret and chapel, in the cathedral, 375, 405.

St. Astroburta, relics of, in the cathedral, 313, 382.

ST. Augustine, the apostle of England, 90, 424.

ST. AUGUSTINE'S ABBEY, or MONASTERY, 14, 23, 69, 70, 84, 88, 129, 157, 158, 177, 281, 338, 438, 526, 542.

St.Augustine's, precinct of, 118; public cemetery in, 274, 282, 294; spring at, 107; palace at, 130, 131.

— abbot of, 4, 5, 11, 30, 59, 89, 143, 144, 279.

— abbt and convent, 79, 125, 152, 178, 187, 213, 223, 232, 242, 251, 269, 271, 275, 276, 331.

St. Augustine's chapel, in the cathedral, 423.

S. Augustini Ecclesia, 5, 6, 7; St. Austen's, meadow of, 36.

St. Benedict, or Benet, altar of, in the cathedral, 318; in the infirmary of Priory of Christchurch, 525, 526.

St. Benedict, monks of the order of, 434.

St. Blaze, altar of, in the cathedral,318; his body there, 366.

St. Catherine, altar of, in the cathedral, 321.

St. Clement, chapel of, in the cathedral, 423.

St. David's, bishop of, 445.

St. Dunstan, 433; altar of, in the cathedral, 319, 320, 449; his relics, 312, 458; tomb of,312; steeple there, 344.

St. Dunstan, suburb of, 117; church of, 81; poor of the parish of, 195, 196.

St. Dunstan, gaol of, 61; prisoners there, charities to, 260.

St. Francis, of Apisum, account of, 165.

St. Furseus, relics of in the cathedral, 312, 382.

ST. EDMUND, of Ridingate, church of, 80, 178, 240, 269.

St. Edward the Confessor, 476.

St. Elphege, Roger de, prior of Christ-church, 440.

ST. GEORGE'S GATE, 74, 75, 88, 265; public reservoir of water at, 108; suburbs without, 119.

St. George's place, 120.

ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, 80. 225; united to St. Mary Magdalen, 211; poor of the parish, 207.

St. Gregory, canons of, 88, 146; priory of, 245, 257, 302.

St. Gregory, altar of, in the cathedral, 312, 321; picture of in the same, 359.

ST. JAMES'S, alias ST. JACOB'S HOSPITAL, 34, 35, 38, 40.

St. Jerome, curious psalter of, 323.

ST. JOHN BAPTIST, alias the Poor, church of, 80, 252, 271; Church or Chapel of, in the precincts of Christ-church, 363, 423, 526; altar of in the cathedral, 320, 321, 347.

ST. John, hospital of, 88, 193; charity to, 205.

St. John, of Beverley, life of, 429.

ST. LAURENCE, hospital of, 31, 89, 148, 152, 272, 279; tithery of, 278, 279.

St. Leger, Robert, 346; Arthur, prebendary, 500.

St. Loys, brotherhood of, in the cathedral, 424.

ST. MARGERET, church of, 80, 187, 188, 229; charity to the poor of the parish, 192, 202.

ST. MARTIN, church of, 81, 89, 209, 282, 295, 307, 443; united to St. Paul's, 211; church-yard and parsonage, 158; free school of, 509; BISHOPS OF, 289.

ST. MARTIN BOROUGH, or ville of, 11, 42, 45, 155, 156; spring of water at, 107.

St. Martin, altar of, in the cathedral, 312, 320, 321, 331, 375.

St. Martin, bishop of Tours, account of, 286.

St. Martin, Roger de, 46; Elias de, ibid.

St. Mary, church of, 209.

ST. MARY BREADMAN, church of, 80, 103, 110, 211, 223.

ST. MARY BREDIN, church of, 80, 147, 178, 182, 202, 270.

St. Mary's altar, in the cathedral, 361, 414.

ST. MARY DE CASTRO, church of, 80, 252, 270, 272, 282; united to St, Mildred's, 211.

St. Mary Fishman's church, 103, 234.

ST. MARY MAGDALEN, church of, 80, 241, 273; united to St. George's, 211; charity to the poor of the parish, 199.

St. Mary Magdalen, altar of in the cathedral, 321.

ST. MARY NORTHGATE, church of, 80, 244; united to St. Alphage, 211; charity to the poor of the parish, 247.

ST. MARY QUENINGATE, church of, 80, 235, 272, 273.

St. Mary Undercroft, or in Cryptis, chapel of, in the cathedral, 361, 362, 363, 423.

St. Michael's church, in Burgate, 41, 42, 43, 44, 80.

St. Michael's gate, 41, 42, 43, 44, 74, 88, 505.

St. Michael, altar of, 318; chapel, alias Somerset, in the cathedral, 340, 358, 359, 381.

ST. MILDRED, church of, 80, 86, 249; united to All Saints, 211; charity to the poor of the parish, 192, 195, 196.

St. Mildred's abbey, Leofryne, abbess of, 84.

St. Nicholas bay, in Thanet, 142.

St. Nicholas, altar of, in the cathedral, 321.

St. Nicholas, Thomas, 55.

St. Ninian's light, 223.

St. Odo. See Odo.

St. Owen, archbishop of Roan, altar and shrine of, in the cathedral, 321, 458.

St. Pancrase chapel, within the precincts of St. Augustine's abbey, 89, 295; church of, in London, 531.

St. Patrick's, the noted dean of, in Ireland, 221, 222.

St. Paulinus, altar of, in the cathedral, 321.

ST. PAUL, church of, 81, 274; united to St. Martin's, 211; charity to the poor of the parish, 195, 196, 211.

St. Paul's cathedral, in London, 338.

ST. PETER, church of, 80, 265; united to Holy Cross, Westgate, 211.

St. Peter's church, at Rome, 311.

St. Peter and St. Paul's altar, in the cathedral, 321, 375.

St. Radigund's bath, in Canterbury, 117.

ST. SEPULCHERE's nunnery, or priory of, 88, 116, 177, 239, 269; church of, 180, 182.

St. Stephen, altar of, in the cathedral, 321.

Swithin, relics of, in the cathedral, 311, 382.

St. Thomas Becket, the martyr, 14, 433, 476, 480; his murder, 355; his tomb in the cathedral, 326, 423; his shrine, account of, 333, 373, 86; destroyed, 487; festival and titles abolished, 388, 485; transactions relating to him, 33, 380; his pastoral staff, 377; patron of the city, 29; altar of, in the cathedial, 364, 401, 447; chapel, 444; his life, 436.

St. Thomas the Martyr, chapel of, in the almonry of Christchurch, 531, 532.

St. Thomas, church of, now the cathedral of Christ-church, 332, 336.

St. Thomas of Fairfield, church of, 531.

St. Thomas's hospital, in Canterbury, 90, 138.

S. Trinitatis Ecclesia, 6, 7.

St. Wilfred, relics of, in the cathedral, 382.

Stablegate, or Staplegate borough, or hamlet of, in Canterbury, 292, 294; Edmund de, 34, 215; family of, 293, 294.

Staplegate, manor of, in Nackington, 38, 155.

Standford, John, 161.

Stanhope, Geo. dean, his charity to the king's school, 539.

Stanley, Tho. 234; George, mayor,251; John, cl. memorial of, 249.

Stanton, H. de, iter of, 124.

Starchy, Henry, 46.

Stirrop, Wm.52; Hugh, 98.

Stephens, William, or Stephanides, a learned writer, 436.

Sterlyng, Tho. cl. 268.

Stocker, John, cl.177; memorial of, 216, 220, 248.

Stockings, silk knit and worsted, when first introduced into England, 92.

Stodmarsh, church of, 187.

Stone, John, a learned monk of Christ-church,454; John, 489, 491.

Stone-hall, messuage of, in the city, 206.

STONE-HOUSE, in St. Martin's, 119.

Stone-street way, 60, 82, 88.

Storer, Dr. prebendary, 498, 519.

Storm, tremendous one, at Canterbury, 128, 129.

Stoughton, Thomas, memorial of, 275, 284.

Stoupington,35.

STOUR, Stowere, RIVER, account of, 2, 31, 32, 35, 36.

Stourrye, fulling mill of, 32.

Strabolgi, David de, earl of Athol, 417.

Strangers, none permitted to fell in the city without licence, 21.

Strangers hall, within the precincts of Christ-church priory, 511, 512, 527, 530.

Strawe, Jack, 89.

Strete, John, 285.

Streynsham, Ethelred, 400.

Stringer's, 536.

Strudle, William, cl.241.

Stubbs, John, cl.288.

Stulp, John, 251.

Stuppeny, Richard, cl. memorial of, 215.

STUPPINGTON, manor of, 154; hill, 155.

Stur, Sture, now the river Stour, 89, 90, 137, 138.

Sturemuthe, 138.

Sturman, Tho auditor, his monument in cathedral, 390.

Sturgate, now Westgate hundred and manor, 136.

Sturye, Wm. de Lynstede, rector of, 78.

Stybbynge, John, cl. 248.

SUBURBS OF THE CITY, description of, 117.

Sudburn, William, 491.

Sub-prior, office of, 469.

Sudatory, or sweating room, discovery of one, 117.

Sudbury, St. Gregories church in, 405.

Sutton, John, 277, 278; lieut. general George, 391; Henry, eleemosinary of Christ-church priory, 525

Swan, John, 221.

Sweden, king of, III.

Swerder, or Sworder, memorial of, 266; his charity, 268.

Swift, William, cl. 221, 224; Thomas, cl. memorial of, 221, 222; Jonathan, 222; Swift's, memorials of, 251.

Swimme, John, 50.

Sword, privilege of one, granted to the city, 22, 28.

Swordbearer, election of, 22.

Sydrake, Thomas, chaplain, buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 423.

Sympson, John, his monument in the cathedral, 391; Mary, buried in the same, 422.

Sympson's, prebendaries, memorials of in the same, 388.

Syndic, office of, 187.

Synods provincial, the seat of the prior of Christ-church at them, 468.

Syre, John, cl. 265, 268.

T.

Taddy's, memorials of, 275.

Talbot, arms of, 265.

— Giles. cl. 288.

Talbutt's, memorials of, 266.

Tancrey, John, 160.

Tanner, Simon, 260.

Target of the black prince, account of, 410, 411.

Tatnall, Thomas, cl. 248.

Tattershale, Anne, 344.

Taylor, Ralph, cl. 151; John, 160; John, cl. 241; Herbert, cl. 218, 220; Philip, cl. 233; Christopher, buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 423.

Tax of goods, liberty of, granted to the city, 21.

Tebbe, John, 50.

Teeth and bones, strange ones, found near Chartham, 136.

Templars, formerly in Canterbury, 88; house of, 116.

Teneth, Thanatensis, John de, a learned monk of Christchurch, 446.

Tenham, W. memorial of, 227.

Tenison, Dr. Edward, 370.

Terry, Henry, 198; Isaac, ibid.

Tewksbury, abbot of, 434.

Thanet, isle of, 138, 139.

Thanet, Thomas, earl of, recorder, 25.

Thanington, parish of, 117.

Theatre, erected in Canterbury, 101.

Thompson, Robert, cl. 268; Richard, cl. buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 424.

Thornden, Richard, guardian of the manors of the priory of Christ-church, 490.

Thornford, Cicely, prioress of St. Sepulchre's nunnery, 179.

Thornhurst's, memorials of, 227; their monuments in the cathedral, 396, 397.

Thornton, Dr. prebendary, 497.

Thorolt, Thorholt wood and downe, 33, 37, 156.

Thoroughly, John, 489.

Thorpe, Dr. George, his charity to the king's school, 538.

Thurlow, Edw. lord, educated at the king's school, 534.

Thwaytes, Edward, 181.

Thyece, John, alderman, 30.

Tierne's, 78, 79.

Tiler, Wat, 341.

Till, William, alias Celling. See Selling.

Timewell's, memorials of, 217.

Todd, the Rev. Mr. 410, 411.

Toell-lane, 37.

Toke, John, 536.

Toker, John, lessee of Doding–dale and castle land, portion of tithes, 154; John, 184; cl. memorial of, 274; Toker's, of Stuppington, account of, 155.

Tolputt's, memorials of, 275.

Tollingers of the city, election of, 18.

Tomlin's, memorials of, 266.

Tooke, Francis, buried in the cathedral, 422.

Tothill's, of Devonshire, 394.

Toult croft, wood and leeze, 157, 158.

Tournaments and justs held, 129.

Town-clerk of the city, election of, 18, 22.

Towns, antiently in Britain, 81.

Treasurer of the priory of Christ-church, office of, 469.

Treasury room, in the cathedral, 376. 377.

Trenly park, 39.

Trinity chapel, in the cathedral, 364, 373, 380, 407.

Trinity college library, in Cambridge, 323.

Trotte, Walter, 144.

Trussell, Sir Wm. 170.

Tucker, Sarah, 390.

Tumbrel, liberty of one granted to the city, 10.

Tumults in Canterbury, 131.

Turner, Christopher, memorial of, 217; John, prebendary, his monument in cathedral, 390; Thomas, dean, his monument in the same, 403; Turner's, 255.

Turolt, Toult, downe, 157.

Turpyne, Richard, buried in the cemetery of cathedral, 424.

Twyne, John, the antiquary, 53; memorial of, 275; Mr. schoolmaster of Christ-church, 508.

Twitham, Nicholas de, 152.

Tyler, Shadrack, B. A. memorial of, 212; Joseph, 514.

Tythes, custom and manner of, in Canterbury, 290.

V. U.

Vade, Laurence, a learned monk of Christ-church, 459.

Valence, lady Audrey de, 170; Sir Stephen de, 386; arms of, 265.

Valerius, archdeacon, 289.

Vanner, Henry, his charity, 207; Johanne, ibid.

Vassal, Sam. memorial of, 216.

Vaux, Adam de, 9.

Vendome, earl of, 451.

Vertiler, Simon, 45.

Ventris, Thomas, cl. 233.

Verdun, Gerard de Grandison, bishop of, 478.

Verulamium, 82.

Vestry room in the cathedral, description of, 367. 377.

Ussington, John de, 46, 48.

Ufford, arms of, 515.

Villa Regia of the Saxons, where commonly placed, 82.

VILLES AND DISTRICTS exempt from the city jurisdiction, 291.

Virgin Mary's chapel, in the cathedral, 312, 324, 328; altars of, 320, 354, 355.

Virgin Mary's chapel and altar, in the infirmary of the priory of Christ-church, 525, 526.

Virgin Mary's, or prior's chapel, in the precincts of Christchurch, 521.

Visitations of the archdeacon, where held, 232.

Undercroft, or crypt, origin of, 311.

Undercroft, or crypt of the cathedral, granted to the Walloons, 93, 95, 102; description of, 329, 360; monuments in, 415.

Urns, found near St. Sepulchre's priory, 184.

Urbs and oppidum, antiently used promiscuously, 81.

Uton, John, a learned monk of Christ-church, 459.

Vyner, Dr. prebendary, 500.

W.

Waddell, Henry, memorial of, 250; Waddell's, memorials of, 275.

Wake, Edward, prebendary, 394.

Waleran, Robert, 66.

Wales, Edward, prince of, 14.

WALES, GEO. PRINCE OF, his visit and reception at Canterbury, 131; his silk furniture made at Canterbury, 98.

Walker, Jane, 390.

WALL AND DITCH of the city, account of, 69; part of it granted to the prior of Christchurch, 43, 503.

Wall, Gilman, present rector of St. Margaret's, 233; sequestrator of St. Mary Bredin rectory, 241.

Walloons, settle at Canterbury, account of them, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96; have the undercroft of the cathedral assigned to them, 361.

Walsall, Wm. cl. 281.

Walpole, Robert, chaplain, 361.

Walsby, Dr. prebendary, 500.

Walter, Richard, 51; Thomas, 52; George, 150; Parvus, or Petit, prior of Christchurch. 431; the third prior of the same, 437.

Waltham, Ralph de, rector of the school of Christ-church, 509.

Walwyn, Francis, cl. 237.

Ward and Dudley, lord, 184.

WARDS of the city, 78, 80.

Wardrobe, Thomas, 280.

Warenciæ, or Mador, 245.

Warham, John, 491.

Wariner, Mathew, cl. 236; Thomas, cl. 244.

Warly, John, 234.

Warner, Ifaac, 175; Thomas Lee, 150; Henry Lee, patron of St. Mary Bredin rectory, 240; possesses the Dungeon MANOR, 151; Warner's, of Norfolk, account of, ibid.

Warwick, the dungeon at, 122.

Wase, Anne, III.

Watch-house of the city, 110.

Water, reservoir and supply of, for the precincts of Christchurch, 527, 542.

Water, chalybeat, in St. Peter's, 107; different springs of about the city, ibid.

Watford, John de, cl. notary, 443.

Watling-street way, 75, 81, 82.

Watmer, memorials of, 231.

Watson, Lewis, 56; Hon. Edward, ibid. Sir Thomas, ibid. Hon. Thomas, ibid John, his charity, 202; memorial of, 230; Watson's, of Greenwich, 66.

Watts, William, cl. 214.

Waure, Wm. de, 47.

Wear, John, memorial of, 249.

Weavers settle in Canterbury, 92, 95.

Weavers hall, in the Black Friars, 175.

Webb, Anthony, 54; alderman, 124; John, his charity, 206; buried in the cemetery of the cathedral, 423; Thomas, cl. 248.

Webster, Joshua, 239; Theophilus M. rector of St. Mildred's, 254.

Weever's Funeral Monuments, quoted, 384, 388.

Wedderburn, James, bishop of Dumblaine, memorial of in the cathedral, 404.

Weef, Robert, chaplain, 361.

Weif, liberty of, granted to the city, 10.

Wekys, Richard, 243.

Welsit, Dr. prebendary, 498.

Well, land of, 31.

Well close lands, 155.

Well court, 280.

Well lane, 39.

Wells, dean of, summoned to parliament, 468.

Wells, Joseph, 247.

Welles, William, 49.

Wellys, Thomas, cl. 263.

Wendall, Sir William, 173.

Wenland, Sybilla, 230.

Westbere, 136.

Westcliff, church of, 531.

Westerham, church of, 444.

WESTGATE, 76, 88, 89, 138; aldermany of, 78, 79, 80; hundred, manor and ville of, 13, 15, 16; suburbs of, 15; bridge, 31, 36, 38, 39; mill, 36, 38, 39, 41; street, 17; gaol of, 13, 61, 109; charity, to prisoners there, 260, 261; charity to the poor of the parish, 196.

Westgate, Holy Cross, parsons of, 146.

Weston, Philip Bostock, his gift to the cathedral, 373;

Weston, Dr. prebendary, 536.

Westwell, parsonage of, 341.

Wharton, family of, 400.

Whitacre, manor of, 197.

White, Rev, John, 111, 153; Sir Thomas, his charity, 199; Stephen, memorial of, 221; Blaze, cl. 228; White's, memorials of, 231.

White Friars, court of, 402.

Whitfield, Anne, 119, 284; John, 119; his charity, 200; family, account of, 110; memorials of, 242.

Whitfield, Mr. the elder, 110.

WHITFIELS-HOUSE, ibid.

Whitstaple, port of, hoys there, 105.

Whittill, John, 174.

Whittington, in Dorsetshire, school at, 239.

Whitworth, Robert, the surveyor, 142.

Whytlock, John, 174.

Wibert, prior of Christ-church, 432.

Wiclive, John, 484.

Wight, isle of, 84.

Wightwick, Curteis, cl. 240.

Wike, messuage of, in St. Paul's, 160.

Wilcocks, John, buried in the cemetery of cathedral, 423.

Wild, John, 48; Sir John and lady buried in the cathedral, 421, 422.

Wilfred, archbishop of York, 311, 320.

Willeford, Richard, chaplain, his memorial in the cathedral, 387.

Williamson, John, cl. 227.

Willis, Sir William, 38, 114; Richard, 238.

Wilmer, of Yorkshire, family of, 393.

Wilsford, Tho. 55; Wilsford's, buried in the cathedral, 421.

Wilson, John, 119; alderman, 192; Thos, 228; Wilson's, memorials of, 231.

Winborne, John, commissary, 511.

WINCHEAP GATE, 76; suburb of, 15, 35, 38, 41, 117.

Wincheap, Wm 498.

Winchelsea, Finch's, earls of, 162, 277.

Winchelsea, John de, alias Fynch, prior of Christ-church, 448; Robert, official, 509.

Winchester, 311.

Windows painted in the cathedral, account of, 377.

Wineker, Nigellus de a learned monk of Christ-church, 436.

Winruple, John, 50.

Winsole hole, 34, 38, 40.

Winter, John, 52.

Winter. Blaze, 188.

Wise, Thomas, cl. memorial of, 220.

Wiseman, Thomas, 174.

With, family of, 167.

Witreide, Thomas, 222.

Wodeford, in Essex, manor of, 483, 484.

Wodestake, boundary of, 31.

Wolsey, cardinal, 130, 480.

Women and children not permitted to dwell in the precincts of the cathedral, 541.

Wood, Oliver, 149; Wm. cl. 236; Whittingham, 239; Alice, 270; George, artist, 351; Sir Thomas, 421.

Woodhouse, John, 161.

Woodland, William, 169.

Woodnesborough, John, prior of Christ-church, 451.

Wood's chancel, in St. Mildred's church, 149, 251.

Woollen, staple of, at Canterbury, 86; yarn, improved manufactory there, 98.

Wootton, Thomas, 8; lady, 33; Nicholas, organist, memorial of, in the cathedral, 389. See also Wotton.

Worger's, memorials of, 275.

Worcester, Wm. de Geynsborough, bishop of, 478.

WORK-HOUSE, general one for the city established, 105.

Worsted manufactories at Canterbury, 99.

WORTHGATE, 59, 65, 69, 76; ward of, 36; aldermanry of, 78; suburbs without, 15.

Wotton, Edward, lord, chancellor, 23; dean, his monument in the cathedral, 413; lady, her palace, 131. See also Wootton.

Wraight, Jacob, mayor, 211.

Wraith's, memorials of, 227.

Wraken hill, 82.

Writs, return of, liberty of, granted to the city, 10.

Wulfred, archbishop, life of, 430.

Wycliff, Elizabeth, 230.

Wye, John de, 48.

Wye, parish of, 138.

Wyffride, Thomas, 491.

Wyke, Stephen de, 160; Thomas, 188; cl. 233.

Wyke, alias Mote MANOR. See Moat.

Wyking, Thomas, buried in the cemetery of cathedral, 508.

Wylde, family of, of St. Martin's, 118. See also Wild.

Wyn, John, 49.

Wynbourne, Geo. memorial of, 274.

Wynchepe, Wm. 490, 496.

Wynter, John, memorial of, 231; Blaze, cl. 233.

Y.

Ymbertus, inscription for, in the cemetery of Christ-church, 508.

York, duke of, 131.

York, Wilfred, archbishop of, 320, 331; life of, 426; John, archbishop of, 336; Richard Scroope, archbishop of, 408; Thomas, archbishop of, 477.

York, dean of, summoned to parliament, 468.