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'Index', Westminster Abbey Charters, 1066 - c.1214: London Record Society 25 (1988), pp. 323-360. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63962 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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Persons are indexed by Christian name, with cross-references from other names; names of places are indexed under their modern forms as far as possible. Witnesses to the charters calendared as 1–233 are not indexed. References in the form p1, etc., are to pages in the introduction; all other references are to the bold numbers of the charters.

A

Abel, goldsmith, 381

Abingdon (Berks, Abbendon, Abbendonia, Abendon, Abendona, Abingdon, Halbendon), 225, 323, 481; chaplains, 323, 481; monks, 323, 481

Abingdon, see alsoJohn; Martin

Abetot, see Urse

Abraham, brother of Martin, 374

Abingdon, See also John; Martin

Abraham, brother of Martin, 374

Absolon, his son William, and his brother John, 479

Acton, see Stephen; William

Adam, brother of son of Ralph son of Adam, 290

Adam, chamberlain, 297, 319, 372, 409

Adam, chaplain of Abbot William, monk of Westminster, 308

Adam, clerk of Henry Fitz Ailwin the Mayor, 355

Adam, deacon, 382

Adam le Gost, 382

Adam, marshall, 454–5

Adam, monk of Malvern, 271

Adam, nephew of the bishop (i.e. of Richard of IIchester, bp of Winchester), p18; 288, 387, 413–4, 416, 422, 437–8, 440, 443–4, 446–8, 451

Adam of Cranford, Mr, 315, 454–5

Adam of Esssendon, 313

Adam of Essex, 453

Adam of Greenford, 453–5

Adam of London, 246

Adam of Petsoe (Pettesho), 472

Adam of Sunbury, 301 315, 446–8; his widow, see Juliana

Adam of the church, 356, 408, 418, 421, 441

Adam of the monastery, 417

Adam of the Wood, 466–7

Adam of Westminster, 356, 395, 402–3, 407, 411–12, 423, 425–7, 429, 433; and Matilda his wife, and Scolastica her mother, 412

Adam of Winchester, 318

Adam, sergeant of Westminster Abbey, 348, 360, 378, 387, 407, 412, 423, 430, 433, 443–4, 451, 458, 461, 480

Adam, sermocinarius, sermonicinarius,

Adam, son of Aldwin the chamberlain,

Adam, son of Alulf, 381

Adam, son of Godfrey of Pershore, 271

Adela, ,countess of Blois (mother of King Stephen), 105

Adrian IV, pope, p13; 164–6; his brother, 208

Adward, see Ailward

Aelwin, cook, 234

Agnes of Claygate, 347

Agnes, sister of Thomas Becket, 382, 384

Aguillun, see Richard

Ailmar, 249

Ailmar, hermit, 264

Ailmar, priest, 249

Ailmer of Wandsworth, 452

Alinoth de la Ruding (Larudenge), 397

Ailnoth (Alnod) of London, nephew of Sweyn, 24, 60

Ailric, son of Meriet, 31

Ailward, brother of Robert of Wembley, 397

Ailward (Adward) Hut, 398–9, 437–8, 440, 445

Ailward Pethet, 375

Ailwin Godmar, 397

Ailmer, joiner, (fustan'), 291

Alan (Alimus), 246, 452

Alan, chaplain (of Richard Fitz Nigel, bp of London), 212, 216–18, 313; canon of St Paul's, London, 219

Alan, clerk, 383

Alan Cook, 383

Alan, count of Brittany, 54

Alan, dapifer, 2775, 285, 452

Alan de Baalun, 356

Alan de Deapier, 485

Alan de Furnell, baron of the Exchequer, 287

Alan de Hull (Hulla, Hulle), 471, and Christine his mother, 472–3

Alan de Neville, justice, 281–3

Alan Herun, 477

Alan of Aldwych, 415

Alan of Norway, 291

Alan of Shepperton, 404

Alan of Taplow (Tripelawe), and his brother William, 397

Alan, reckoner (compurator), 446

Alan, seneschal, 278

Alan, sergeant, 302

Alan, son of Edward, 318; son of Edward the reeve, 406; son of Edward the former reeve, 322

Alan, son of Peter, 363, 371, 377

Alard of Burnham, archdeacon of London, 217–19; canon of St Paul's, London, 216

Albano (Italy), bp of, 163

Alberic, 55

Alberic, clerk of Hilary, bp of Chichester, 228

Alberic of Ostia, papal legate, p13

Albert, Lorrainer, 55–6

Albin, 313

Albin, clerk, 319, 406–7, 409, 415–16, 457

Albin, mercer, 375

Albin of the Exchequer, 321, 336

Aldelmann, see William

Aldenham (Herts, Aldeham), 281, 318–19, 333, 466–7; chapels, 176; chaplain, 466–7;, church, 176, 179; farm, 319; hundred-court, 318; manor, 2; parish, 128; tithe, 128; view of frankpledge, 318; wood, 281, 319

Aldenham, see also Celestria; Robert of the Wood; Thomas

Alwin (Aldred), chamberlain, 103–4; chamberlain of Queen Matilda, 99–100; and his wife, 102

Aldwych, see Alan; Henry, son of Humphrey; Paulinus

Alestan, 91

Alexander, 454–5

Alexander, bp of Lincoln, 111

Alexander, brother of Abbot Walter, 303, 490

Alexander, brother of Ralph Runt, 263

Alexander, chaplain, 387, 392, 451, 480

Alexander, chaplain of Aldenham, 466–7

Alexander, clerk, 335, 346, 423, 439, 464, 480

Alexander, clerk of the Exchequer, 414, 424, 426; alias Alexander son of Henry, 413; and his sons, 413; see also Alexander of Swerford

Alexander de Barentin, 139, 144, 277–8; butler (pincerna) of King Henry II, 135, 143; sergeant of King Henry II, 134; his wife Margaret, 134; his sons, Richard and Thomas, 139, 144

Alexander de Longhall (Langhal'), canon of Holy Trinity Aldgate, 362

Alexander III , pope, p13, p17–18; 167–76, 190, 204, 221

Alexander, monk of Westminster, 306, 490

Alexander, Mr, archdeacon of Stow, 224; clerk of Hugh of Avallon, bp of Lincoln, 223; vice-archdeacon of Stow, canon of Lincoln, 209

Alexander of Ebury, 311–12, 413, 419, 440, 447–8

Alexander of Swerford, p19; 327, see also Alexander, clerk of the Exchequer

Alexander, priest, 446, 460

Alexander, seneschal, 291

Alexander, servant of William of Northolt, 453

Alexander, smelter (fundur), 447–8

Alexander, son of Faulkes, 385

Alexander, son of Henry, see Alexander,

Alexander, son of Ralph, 322

Alexander, son of William, 399

Alexander, son of William chaplain of St Martin, 404

Alexander, Welshman, 334

Alfred of Westminster, 275

Alfred of Wheathampstead, 277; clerk, 267, 452

Alfred, son of Walter, 275

Alfwin, dyer (teinter), 307

Alfwine Gottune, 8

Alger, clerk, and his grandfather Puncelin, 267

Alice, daughter of John Buccuinte, widow of Henry Naget, 384

Alice de Condet, 195

Alquin, prior of St Albans, later prior of Westminster, p15

Alric, chamberlain of King Edward, 12

Alric, chamberlain of King Edward, 12

Alta Ripa, see Ralph

Altus, see Richard

Alulf, son of Fromund, 292

Aluric Lambesheavod, 260

Aluric (Leuric) Cnivet, 436

Aluric, priest, 251

Alward, clerk, 49

Alward of London, 40, 54

Alward, priest, 260

Alwin Dodesone, 27

Alwold of St Botolph's gate, 25

Amalric, brother of Abbot Gervase, 258, 263, 269

Amand, clerk, 255

Amauric, 486

Amauric of Box (Hall), 472

Anagni, Italy, 167–70, 173–4

Andrew, 352

Andrew Albus (white), and his son Henry, 381

Andrew, brother of Robert son of Brictric, 352

Andrew Buccuinte (justiciar of London), 112

Andrew Bucherel, 342–3, 352

Andrew de Hwath, 270

Andrew, ironmonger (ferunarius), 376

Andrew le Blund, 369

Andrew of the Exchequer, 311–12, 321, 336, 409, 424–5, 446, 457; and his son William, 480

Andrew Revel, 474

Andrew, son of Ralph son of Adam, and his brothers Adam and Nicholas, 290

Andrew, son of Terric son of Albric, 293

Anjou, count of, 123; seneschal of, 386

Ankerwyke (Berks), nuns, 356

Ansegod, 394

Ansegod de Barra, 397

Ansell, 290

Anselm (of Aosta), abbot of Bec, p14; 26, 50

Anselm, son of Hakon of London, 363

Ansgod, cordwainer (corveser), 309

Ansgod, monk of Westminster, 258, 271

Ansgot (Angot) Duredent, 453–5

Apethorpe (Northants, Apetorp), priest, 270

Aqua, see John

Arbor, see Henry

Archbold, 288

Arden (Darden), see Geoffrey

Ardre, see Robert

Argentan, see Reginald

Arnald (Arnold) of Hurley, 289, 297, 319, 409

Arnold, brother of Constantine son of Alulf, 381

Arnulf of Greenford, 462

Arnulf Postard, brother of Abbot William, 321

Arras (Flanders), see Wibert

Arundel, see Ralph, abbot of Westminster; Ralph

Aschetill de Sartrin, and his son, William, 404

Asculf, see Hasculf

Ashwell (Herts, Assewell), chapels, 176, 179 church, 176, 179

Ashwell, see also Bartholomew

Asketin, 374; William his son, 406

Ate, draper, 458

Aubigny, see Nigel; William

Aubrey de Vere, 246–7, 331; earl of Oxford, 464; grandfather of William de Mandeville, 464; his chamberlain, 246; sheriff of Essex, 91, 94; sheriff of London, 79

Aubrey de Vere III, earl of Oxford, and his parents, 456

Aucus, see Robert, gooseherd

Augustine Fitz Ailwin, 389, 391

Augustine, hosier (calicerius), 358–60, 389

Augustine Malet, 454–5

Aumary, see Robert

Aurea Valle, see Hugh

Avallon, see Hugh

Aveley (Essex), soke, 35

Avenay, see William

Avice of Longditch, 446–8

Aylwin, sheriff of Sussex, 272

Ayot St Laurence (Herts), manor, 37

Azo, son of Alfred, and his maternal aunt Alice, 256

B

Baalun, see Alan

Bailliol, see Jocelin

Bacheler, see Nicholas

Bagnor, see Robert

Baldric de Sigillo, archdeacon of Leicester, 452

Baldwin, 31, 380

Baldwin, abp of Canterbury, 138

Baldwin Crisp, 275–6

Baldwin of Parham, 325

Baldwin, son of Baldwin, 404

Baldwin, son of Ingelric, 258

Balham (Surr), 21

Balie, see Richard

Balta, see Richard

Banastre, see Gilbert

Baratrus, 462

Bardolf, Bardulf, see Hugh

Barentin, see Alexander; Richard; Thomas

Barill, see Reinald

Barking (Essex, Berchengis, Berching, Berking, Berkinge, Braking), abbess, 365; clerk, 461; nunnery, 6

Barking, see also Lucy; Peter; Richard; Stephen; William

Barra, see Ansegod; Edith; Geoffrey; William

Barre, see Richard

Bartholomew (Berth), butler (pincerna), 333, 476; usher (hostiarius), 402, 466–7

Bartholomew de Vendome, abp of Tours, formerly parson of Ockendon, 463

Bartholomew of Ashwell, 490

Bartholomew of Hanney, 490

Bartholomew, son of Godwin (le fiz Godwine), 309

Bartholomew, son of Hugh, 335

Bartholomew, son of John Fitz Herlicun, 381

Basset, see Isabel; Ralph; Richard; William

Bassingbourn, see Robert

Bat, see Simon; William

Bastard, see William

Battersea (Surr, Patricheseye), 6, 82–3, 314, 330; aqueduct, 330; church, 19, 169, 177, 231–2; manor, 17–18, 120–1, 197; vicar, 231–2; wood, 19, 330

Bauderic, clerk, later canon of St Mary Overy (Southwark), 357

Bayeux (Baioc'), bp, 17, 19–20, 48, 76

Baynard (Bainard), see Ralph; William

Beatrice, daughter of Iseult (Ysoude), daughter of Gilbert of Stevenage, 471

Beauchamp, see Hugh

Beaument, see Henry; Ralph; Robert

Bec (Normandy), abbot, pp14– 15; 26, 50, 361; monks. 361

Becche, see Osbert

Becham (? Beckenham, Kent), clerk, 298; park, 298, 330; priest, 298

Becket, see Agnes; Mary; John; Thomas

Bedford, see Geoffrey; Robert

Beggi (Begi), see John

Belet, see Henry; Michael

Bella Aqua, see Hugh

Bellus. see Hugh

Belmeis family, 105; see also Richard de Belmeis I and II

Belton (Lincs), church. 46

Benchesham, see Godfrey

Benedict, abbot of Stratford Langthorne, papal judge-delegate, 225

Benedict, capeler, 396–7

Benedict, linen-draper (lingedraper), 378

Benedict, Mr, 486

Benedict of Sawston, canon of St Paul's, London, 219

Benedict, tenant (sentarius), 294–5

Benfleet, South, (Essex, Bainflete, Bemflet, Benflet, Bienflet), p18; 339; church, 214, 299–300, 317, 344; manor, 299, 317, 332, 3485: manorial court, 300; men, free and unfree, 332; parson, 214–15; vicar, 215

Benfleet, see also Robert; William

Berdena (? Bardney, Lincs), tithes, 462

Berengar (Bereng'), see Ralph

Berengier, see William

Berkshire (Barrocscire), 462

Berkswell, see Peter

Bermondsey (Surr, Bermundesseye), priory of St Saviour, p15; monks, 220, 287, 368; prior, 287; prior, as papal judge-delegate, 194, 220, 368

Bernard, bp of St Davids, 242

Bernard, brother of St James's hospital, Westminster, 288

Bernard, cook, 386

Bernard, sacrist of St Paul's cathedral, 255

Berners, see Ralph

Berniville, see Osbert

Bertherol, see Robert

Bertram, 380; clerk, son of Leodbert, 255

Bertram, prior of St Saviour, Bermondsey, 287

Beslun, see Robert

Bidun, see Walter

Bifort, see Hugh

Bigod, see Hugh; Roger

Bishop (Bissope), see Ernis

Bisley (Surr), 65

Bisset, see Manasser

Black, see Osbert Niger; Robert Niger

Blancfront (Blancfrunt), see Roland; Walter

Blessed Virgin Mary, cult, p17; heir of land donated to Westminster, 346

Bloet, see Robert

Blois (France), archdeacon, 202; count and countess, 105

Blois, see also Peter

Bloxham (Oxon, Bloccesham, Blockesham, Blokesham), 286; church, p12, p15; 225, 253, 286, 323, 481; parson, 286

Blund (Blunt, le Blund), see Andrew; David; Edward; Geoffrey; Henry; John; Matthew; Norman; Rolph; Richard; Robert; Roger; Simon; Stephen

Bohun, see Henry

Bonehaie, see Henry

Bordwadestone (Boston House in Brentford, Mddx), St Laurence's hospital, church and cemetery, 206

Bordewate, see Wulfric

Borel, see Norman; William

Bosworth, see Simon

Boulogne (Bolonia), see Ralph; Ralph Fitz Stephen; Stephen

Boulogne, count, 6, 13, 21, 61, 475

Boveney, see William

Box Hall, see Amauric

Beadmere, see William

Brampton (Hunts), 73

Branc', see Roger

Brand, Brant, see Hamo; Henry; Ralph

Bray, see Nicholas

Breton (Bretun), see Ralph

Brichtmar of Haverhill, 355; and Denise his wife, 388

Bricklehampton (Worcs, Brythelmeton), vill, 305

Bridport, see John

Brithstan, (? Brichtma of Haverhill), sheriff of Mddx, 279

Brito, see Ralph

Brittany, count, 54, 136

Briwer, see William

Broad Street, see William

Broc, see Robert

Broomfield (Essex), 41, 48

Broomhill, see Ralph

Broxbourne, see John

Bruming, son of Stephen, 362

Bruming, see Fulc

Brunger, champion, 406

Brutun, see Robert

Bryce, corder (cordarius), 378–9

Buccuinte (Boccuinte, Bocuinte, Buchunte, Bukeinte), see Alice; Andrew; Geoffrey; John

Bucherel (Bukerel), see Andrew; Peter

Buckingham, see William

Buckinghamshire, 51

Buckland (Herts, Bochelanda, Bocholand, Bocl', Bocland), see Geoffrey; Hugh; William

Buckton, (Heref, Buchetuna, Buketon), 478

Buckton, see also Simon

Bukelar, see William

Bulby (Lincs, Bolebi), tithe, 303

Bundi, staller, 7

Burchard, son of William the painter, 404

Bureswelle, see Robert

Burgh, see Hubert

Burgundian (Burguinnun), p20; 139, 277–8, 291, 342–3, 388

Burnham (Bucks, Burneham), 51, 242

Burnham, see also Alard; Robert

Burton, see Peter

Burtoria, see William, clerk

Bushey (Herts, Bissea), tithes, 127

Bushey, see also John; Richard

Butillir, see John

C

Cabus, see John

Caen (Normandy, Cadamo), abbot, 307

Camberletk, see William Aldelmann

Camera, see William

Cannock (Staffs), 71

Canterbury (Kent), abp, p1, p2, p14; 6, 14, 17, 19–20, 30, 72, 76–81, 91, 111, 138, 163, 195–202, 298, 310, 323, 330, 365, 460–1, 463, 482; archdeacon, 135, 281, 457; cathedral, 200

Canterbury, see also Robert

Capella, see Martin

Cara Movilla, see Henry

Carbunel, see Hugh

Cardville (Cardvill), see Roger

Castell, see William

Catamus, see Robert

Catepol, see Godric

Cauz, see John

Cecily, mother of John son of Edward, 451

Celestine III, pope, 180–2

Celestria, widow of Daniel de Aqua of Aldenham, 466–7

Chacombe, see Hugh

Chalkhill (in Kingsbury, Middx), 11

Champart, see Robert

Channel, English, p20

Chanterel, see Hugh; William

Charing, see Ailward

Chaune, see Richard

Chelsea (Mddx, Celceia), 242; manor, p16; 262

Chenduit, see Julian

Cherrington, see William

Chertsey, abbot, 13, 21, 116

Chesney, see Robert

Chester, bp, see Coventry; constable, 95; earl, 95

Chichester, bp, p14; 129, 190, 228

Childwick, see Geoffrey

Chimilly, see Thomas

Chiswick, see Henry; Ralph

Cho, see Peter

Chollington (Suss, Cillentuna), 19, 339

Christian, 394

Christine, anchoress, 249

Cippenham (Bucks, Sipenham, Sippenham), 51, 242, 339

Clarebald, physician, 242

Clarendon (Wilts), 139

Clare (Suff, Clere), 112

Clare, see also Osbert; Robert; Gilbert (de Clare), earl

Clareton (unidentified, ?in Surr), 238

Claygate (Surr, Claigate, Cleigate, Cleygate), 62, 105, 125–6; manor, 13; vill, 484–5

Claygate, see also Agnes; Geoffrey; Richard; Robert

Clement, clerk, 374–5

Clement III, pope, 178–9

Clerk (surname, not occupation), see Ralph

Clerkenwell (Mddx, Clerchenewella, Fons Clericorum), nuns, 292, 327, 384, 386–7

Clevelode, see Robert

Clifford, see Rosamund

Clinton, see Geoffrey

Cobold, see Richard

Cobold, see Richard

Coc, see Walter; William

Code, see Robert

Coggeshall (Essex), half-hide in, 246

Coggeshall, Little (Essex, Parva Coggeshale), 331

Coggeshall, see also Ralph

Colchester (Essex), abbey of St John, p9; 54; houses, 16

Coleliva, see Richard

Colepouch, see Henry

Colet, see Richer

Colham, seem Hugh; Walter son of Thurstan

Colleville (Coleville), see Gilbert; William

Colwell, see Henry

Comberton (Worcs, Cumbritona), 66, 339, 488

Condet, see Alice

Conteville (Normandy, Cuntav', Cuntevilla), see Stephen; William

Constant, see Walter

Constantine, son of Alulf, 371, 381

Cook (surname), see Alan

Cookham, see William

Corner, see John

Cornhill (Corhull', Corneil, Cronhull), see Gervase; Henry; Hugh; Jocelin; Ralph; Reginald; Robert; Roger; William

Cornwall, earl, 132

Cornwall, see also Ivo; Peter

Cossington, see William

Coutances, bp, 49

Coutances, see also Walter

Covenham, see John

Coventry, bp, 300, 304, 324

Cowden, see Ralph; William

Cowley, (Mddx, Coueleia, Couele, Coueleya, Coveley), 339, 453–5

Cowley, see also Richard; William

Cranford, see Adam; Gilbert; Hasculf

Creeping, see Walter

Creeton, see William

Crema (Italy), see John

Crevequor, see William

Cricklade (Wilts), burgesses, church and vill, 32

Crimplesham, see Roger

Crisp, see Baldwin

Crispin, see Gilbert, abbot; Miles

Crout, see Ralph

Croxley, see Robert

Cruce, see Geoffrey

Cruke, see Godiva

Crutgeorne, see Robert

Curcy, see William

Curland, see Roger

Curton, see Herbert

Cuttlebatte, see Geoffrey

D

Damette, mother of Abbot Gervase, p16; 262

Daniel, abbot of St Benet of Hulme, 118

Darnford, see William

Datchworth (Herts, Dachwrth), 8, 468; church, 319, 468; parson, 319, 468; tenant, 319; vicar and vicarage, 222, 468

Daventry, see Philip

David I, king of Scots, 100–103, 160, earl of Huntingdon, p12; 97, 99

David Blund, 357

David, chaplain of St Christopher, 384

David de Jarponville, 333, 453, 464; and his brother Simon, 470

David, parmenter, 358 389

David, son of Gregory the chaplain, 368

Deene (Northants, Den, Dien), 480; chaplain, 270; parson, 223; priest, 270; vicar, 223

Deene, see also Ivo; Simon

Deerhurst (Gloucs, Derherst, Derhurste), p16; 4; bailiffs, 271; manor, 28, 98, 136, 271, 341; service of hospitality due from, 324

Deerhurst, see also Edric; Robert

Deire, see Ralph

Deirel, see Sampson

Dene, see Godfrey

Denham (Bucks, Deneham), church, 244, 301; manor, 138, 301

Denham, see also Simon

Deodatus, carpenter, 472

Deodatus of Polehanger (Pullehangre), 472

Deormann, moneyer, (? son of Algar the moneyer), 68

Deormann, his three daughters, 68

Deorman (Theorman) de Clareton, fugitive to Westminster, 238

Derby, archdeacon, 214

Dereham, see Elias

Derman, butcher, (carnifax), 275

Derwin of Roxeth, 454–5

Dispenser, see Robert

Ditton, Long (Surr), 13, 62–4, 105–6; vill, 126; wood, 126

Dod, see Richard; William

Doddington (Linces, Dodinton, Dotinton), 224; church, 209, 224, 322; manor, 31, 61, 115, 322, 339, 475; parson, 224

Dodesone, see Leofsin

Dol, see Richard; Thomas

Donnington, see Walter

Dover (Kent), 122–3

Dover, see also Richard

Drapier, see Alan

Droitwich (Worcs), 19

Droxford (Hants), 137

Duc, see Roger

Duket (Ducet, Duchet), see Laurence; Nicholas; Roger

Dune, see Roger

Dunsfold (Surr), granges, 268

Dunstable, see Siward

Dunstan, abp of Canterbury, p1; 163, 321

Durand Duredent, 340

Durand, nanus (dwarf), 134

Durant, 375

Duredent, see Ansgot; Durand; Walter

Durham, archdeacon, 235; bp-elect, 307; bp, 11–12, 25, 35–7, 40, 49, 51, 140, 145, 229, 235, 300, 304, 314; catheral, 229; cathedral priory, p15; 235

Duxford (Cambs), manor, 61

E

Eadser, alias Aetsere Swearte, and his wife Ealvida alias Alefgyth, 35

Ealdred, abp of York, 4

East Cheap (Eastceapa), see Geoffery; William

Easthampstead (Berks, Iezthamesteda, Iezamstede), church, 285, 302

East Saxons, king, see Saeberht

Ebbgate, see John

Ebury (Mddx), see under Westminster

Ebury, see also Alexander; Edmund; Herbert; Ralph and his son John; Richard; Stephens; Thomas de St John; William parvus

Eckington, see Robert

Edgar, king, p1, p10, p321

Edgware, see John

Edith, daughter of Geoffery de Barra, p19, 414; and her sons, 413

Edith, Queen, wife of King Edward, p2, p9

Edmonton (Mddx, Eadelmatona), 266

Edmund (Estmund), 260

Edmund, baker (pistor), 288

Edmund, clerk, Mr, parson of Deene, 223

Edmund of Ebury, 404

Edmund, physician, son of Osmar, 196

Edmund, sheriff of Herts, 8

Edmund, son of Girard, 382

Edmund, son of Wimund, baker, 415, 437–8, 440

Edric of Deerhurst, 234

Edric of the Garden, 408, 417–8, 449–50

Edric, reeve of Geoffery de Mandeville I, 462

Edward, king (the Confessor), pp1–3, p8, pp10–11, p13, p17; 7, 11–6, 20, 22, 25, 80, 89, 105–6, 122–3, 126, 136, 149, 152–3, 187, 189, 199, 238–9, 240, 248–9, 264, 271–4, 279, 321–2; canonization, 158, 167–8, 190, 204; founder of Westminster, 244, 250, 265; and patron, 244, 458; his chamberlain, 12; his kinsman, 60; regalia, 161; saint, 138, 149, 193, 204, 221, 285, 297, 302, 313, 335, 360, 401, 458

Edward II, king, p5

Edward III, king, p8

Edward Blund, 342–3

Edward of Honey Lane, 366–7

Edward of Salisbury, sheriff of Wilits, 32

Edward of Tolleshunt, 379

Edward of Wells, 277

Edward of Whatcombe, 462

Edward (one of six brothers), 374

Edward, reeve of Westminster, 289, 303, 318, 404, 406–7, 409; former reeve, 322, 411, 446, 451; his sons, see Alan; John

Edward, sheriff (of Hants, or Oxon), 30

Edward, son of Odo, 424

Edward Winpl', 260

Edwin, abbot of Westminster, p9, p11, p15; 2–3, 13

Edwin, earl of Mercia, 5

Edwy, prior of Westminster, 245, 248A

Eleanor, Queen, wife of King Henry II, 142, 463

Elfgiva (Eluva) Lombard, 308; wife of William de Camera, 307, 353

Elias, 288

Elias, chaplain, 277, 383

Elias, clerk, 255, 270, 341, 482

Elias, clerk, vicar of Datchworth, 222; clerk of Nicholas archdeacon of Huntingdon and vicar of Datchworth, 468

Elias, deacon, parson of Islip, 270

Elias de Settesb', 301

Elias de Stent', and his son Robert, 472

Elias Hodin, 404

Elias, mercer, 376

Elias, Mr, 456

Elias of Dereham, Mr, 482

Elias of Honey Lane, 368; priest, 355

Elias of Moulsham, 254, 270

Elias of Newton (Niweton), 473

Elias parmenter, 348, 387, 390, 417–18

Elias, prior of Westminster, p16; 261, 271, 341

Elias Scad, 458

Elias, son of Goldwin, clerk of Abbot Gervase, 258

Elias, son of Taileboys, 479

Elsthorpe (Lincs, Hellestorp), tithe, 303

Ely (Cambs, Heli), archdeacon, 310, 316; bp-elect, 140; bp, 111, 146, 190, 281 300, 304, 314; Isle of, 462

Ely, see also Henry; Peter; William

Emma, anchoress, 249

Emma, daughter of Ralph de Sumery, wife of Simon the Forester, 366–7

Emsworth (Immurtha), see Pain; Ralph

Endiff, see under Westminster

Endiff, see also Hardwin

Enganet, see Roger; Tovy

England, chamberlain, 306; chancellors, 83, 145; chaplain of the royal court, 404; clerk of the queen, 463; regalia, 153; ticiar, 439; queen, 463; regalia, 153; treasurer, 439

English (Engleis), see William

English-language writ, 4–9, 42, 238–9

Eorlwin, brother of Wlfwin, 340

Ernald, abbot of Stratford Langthorne, 206

Ernald Bedell, 373

Ernald, Mr, 307

Ernald Postard, Mr, 441

Ernis Bishop (Bissope), 369

Ernulph, brother of Robert Foliot, 479

Ernulph de Mandeville, 350

Ernulph, orphan (orbus), 350

Ernulph Postard, 336; Mr, 313, 323, 353, 481; brother of Abbot William, 312; see also Ernald

Escures, see Ralph

Esegar, staller, 27

Esperlenos, see Jordan

Essendon, see Adam

Essex, 113; archdeacon, 105, 380; earl, 266, 464, 470, 476–7, 484; justiciar, 113–4; king, p1; sheriff, 9–10, 12, 16, 23–4, 26, 35, 48, 50, 91, 94, 113–4, 239; shire court, 91

Essex, see also Adam; Henry; Robert; Sweyn

Ethelred II Unraed, king, p1, p10, p321; 249

Ethelwig, abbot of Evesham, 5, 22

Eton, see Geoffrey

Eudo, dapifer, 54, 58

Eudo of St George, 368

Eudo, soke-reeve of the bp of London, 375

Eudo, son of Ernis, 298

Eudo, see also Odo

Eugenius III, pope, p13; 162–3

Euremou (Euremou), see Hugh

Eustace, 456

Eustace, bp of Ely, 314

Eustace, butler (pincerna), 353

Eustace, chamberlain, 470

Eustace, clerk, 397

Eustace, count of Boulogne, 6, 61, 475

Eustace de Fauconberg, justice, 330–1, 439

Eustace Fitz John, 88, 101

Eustace, painter, 360, 402, 443–4

Eustace, son of King Stephen, 114

Eustace, son of William, 399

Everard (Ewerard) de Fonte, and his son John, 396

Everard, goldsmith, and his brother Roger, 381; and his brother Simon, 275

Eversley (Hants), 34

Evesham, abbot, 5, 22

Evigny (Levini), see Richard

Exchequer, 344; barons, 96, 117, 287, 300, 304, 312, 487; clerks, 414, 424, 432; marshal. 446; officers, pp18–19; 311–12, 321, 336, 409, 413–4, 424–6, 432, 439, 446–8, 457, 480, 487; see also Albin; Alexander; Jocelin Fitz Hugh; Robert and William Mauduit; William of Ely; William de Castell

Exeter, bp, p14; 61, 230, 445; clerk, 468

Exeter, see also Ralph

Eynsford, see William

Eye, see Westminster, Ebury in

F

Fanton (Essex, Fantone, Fantun), 62–4, 105–6, 126, 339; manor, 299, 317

Fauconberg, see Eustace

Fausard, Fauset, see Peter

Haversham, Kent, abbey, p3

Fecamp (Normandy), monks, 249

Feering (Essex), 9–10, 67; church, 207–8, 211; clerk, 207; manor, 16, 50, 331; sokeen, 16

Feering, see also Rannulph; Theobald

Ferentino (Italy), 163

Fergaunt, see Osbert

Fernar', see William

Ferrara (Italy), 176

Fichet (? alias Rannulph Fiket), 395

Fisher, see William

Fiket, see Rannulph

Finchley, see Richard

Firherede, see Geoffrey

Fisher, see William

Fitz Algod, see Ralph

Fitz Audelin, see William

Fitz Count, see Otwel

Fitz Durand, see William

Fitz Egenulph, see Robert

Fitz Gerold, see Henry; Warin

Fitz Hamo, see Ilbert

Fitz Hedric, see Hugh

Fitz Herbert, see Peter

Fitz Herlicum (Erlicun, Herlichun, Herlicunn, Herwicun), see Gregory; John

Fitz Hervey, see Osbert

Fitz Isabel, see William

Fitz Martin, see William

Fitz Nigel, see Richard

Fitz Osbern, see William

Fitz Oter, see Walter

Fitz Peter, see Geoffrey; Simon

Fitz Ralph, see Robert; William

Fitz Rannulph, see Rannulph

Fitz Reinfrid (Rennfrid), see Richard; Roger

Fitz Reyner (Reiner, Renger, Reynger), see Henry; Jordan; Richard; Robert; William

Fitz Richard, see Osbert; Robert

Fitz Robert, see Roger

Fitz Stephen, see Ralph

Fitz Warner, see Hugh

Fitz William, see Otho; Richard

Fitz Wimar, see Robert

Fitz, see Randulph; William

Flahun, see Ralph

Flambard, see Rannulph

Fleet, see John; Robert

Fleet Bridge, see Simon

Fleming (Flameng), p20; see also Hugh; Wibert

Foberd, see William

Folchmar, baker, (pistor), 389

Foliot (Folet), see Gilbert; Henry; Robert; Roger

Fonte, see Everard; Hugh

Fot, see Roger

Fracheville, see Richard

Frank, see William

Fraxineto, see Robert

French (Fraunceys), see Roger

Frenchman (Franceis, Francigenus, Franciger), see Thurstan; William

Friville, see Roger

Froger, bp of Séez, 365

Fulc Bruning, 350

Fulc de la Hule, 32

Fulc de Noers (Nodar'), 350

Fulham, see Walter

Furmonville, see Richard

Furnell, see Alan

G

Galured Merc' (?merchant, or mercer), and his brother, 267

Gandeshider, see Thomas

Ganet, see Roger; Tovy

Garden, see William

Garin (? Warin), Templar, 354

Gauger, Gernon, 381

Gedding, see Rannulph

Geoffery, 245, 380, 436

Geoffrey, abbot of Westminster, p9, p11, p15

Geoffrey, abp of Rouen, 76

Geoffrey, alderman (halderman), 354, 382

Geoffrey (Ridel), archdeacon of Canterbury, justice, 281

Geoffrey Bataille, 199

Geoffrey, bp of Coutances, 49

Geoffrey, brother of William de Grestan, 270

Geoffrey, brother-in-law of William de Wenden, 254

Geoffrey Buccuinte, 291

Geoffrey, chamberlain, 402–3, 447–8, 466–7, 482, 484

Geoffrey, chamberlain of Aubrey de Vere, 246, 333

Geoffrey, chaplain, 431

Geoffrey, chaplain of Abbot Walter, 302

Geoffrey, chaplain of Tothill, 404

Geoffrey, constable, 380

Geoffrey, count of Anjou, 123

Geoffrey, count of Brittany, 136

Geoffrey, count of Perche, and his wife Matilda, 465; has bailiffs, 465

Geoffrey Cuttlebatte, 392, 419, 424, 443, 445

Geoffrey de Clinton, 83, 89, 92

Geoffrey de Colet, 246

Geoffrey de Cruce, 311, 328, 348, 356, 387, 391–2, 395, 399, 407–8, 410–11, 413, 416, 419–22, 424–5, 428–30, 432–3, 435, 437–8, 440–2, 444, 448–9, 451, 460; and his wife Edith, and his parents, 415; his son Geoffrey, 434

Geoffrey de Cruce, brother of Hugh son of Richer de Fonte, 406

Geoffrey de Hanley, 434

Geoffrey de Jarponville, 127

Geoffrey de Mandeville I, p18, p20; 11–12, 21, 24, 33, 35–6, 40, 43, 49, 59, 266–7, 464, 472; and his (first) wife Alice, 23, 436, 462; and his (second) wife Lecelina, 43, 52, 436, 462; his dapifer, 462; his reeve, 462

Geoffrey de Mandeville II, earl of Essex, 267n, 464; and his wife Rose, and his parents (William and Margaret), 350

Geoffrey de Mandeville III, 267; earl of Essex, 464

Geoffrey de Neville, 440

Geoffrey de Say, 335

Geoffrey de Soam, 385

Geoffrey de St Helen, canon of St Bartholomew's priory, Smithfield, 362

Geoffrey de St Leger, and his parents, 490

Geoffrey Firherde, 373

Geoffrey, fishmonger (piscarius), 378

Geoffrey Fitz Peter, p18; 306, 314; earl of Essex, 476–7, 484; justiciar, p18; 310, 324–5, 330–1

Geoffrey Fitz Stephen, clerk of the Queen, 446

Geoffrey Fitz Walter, 464

Geoffrey, goldsmith, 381

Geoffrey grossus, 456

Geoffrey, knight of William nephew of Turald, 436

Geoffrey Lageman (Lagemann), 372–3

Geoffrey le Blund, Blunt, 294–5

Geoffrey, monk of Westminster, 281

Geoffrey, nephew of Ralph de Hairun, 436

Geoffrey of Arden, 385

Geoffrey of Bedford, chaplain, alias clerk, 369; priest, 194

Geoffrey of Buckland, 476–7

Geoffrey of Childwick (Childew'), 318

Geoffrey of Claygate, 403, 414, 417–8, 428, 448; Geoffrey brother of Richard of Claygate, 395

Geoffrey of Eastcheap, 382

Geoffrey of Eton, 431

Geoffrey of Norwich, Mr, 297, 304

Geoffrey of Polehanger (Pullehangre), 472

Geoffrey of Quarrendon, 350

Geoffrey of St Margaret Bridge Street, 368

Geoffrey of the church, 348, 418, 421

Geoffrey of the monastery, 417

Geoffrey of the Tower, clerk, 194

Geoffrey of Wycombe, 389, 392

Geoffrey Picot, 230, 289, 303, 319, 332, 352, 409, 445, 466–7, 490; and his son Richard and nephew William, 304; Mr, 347; seneschal of Westminster abbey, 297, 302; seneschal of Abbot Walter, 300

Geoffrey Pinchehaste, 275–6

Geoffrey Pirone, Mr, 413

Geoffrey, priest, 288, 446, 448

Geoffrey, priest of Deene, 270

Geoffrey, priest of Tothill, 447

Geoffrey, roofer (cohopertor), 440

Geoffrey Rufus, son of Gilbert Rufus, 357

Geoffrey, sergeant (of Westminster), 302, 360, 378; sergeant of the church, 387, 407, 412, 423, 430, 433, 443–4, 451, 458, 480; sergeant, 297

Geoffrey, smith, 346, 393, 411, 447; alias Geoffrey son of Jocelin smith, 346, 433; and his brother Robert, 440

Geoffrey, son of Geoffrey de Cruce, 434

Geoffrey, son of Count Eustace of Boulogne, and his wife Beatrice, 21

Geoffrey, son of Fredesent, 404

Geoffrey, son of Godfrey, 254, 452

Geoffrey, son of Jocelin Smith, see Geoffrey, smith

Geoffrey, son of Parent (? son of kinsman of Elias of Moulsham), 270

Geoffrey, son of Sabelli, 277

Gerald, 234

Gerard, 275

Gerard, brother of William the clerk, 488

Gerard, cook, 353, 412, 423–4, 427, 432, 484

Gerard de Kayli, 484

Gerard of Mitcham (Miggeham), 435

Gerbod de Scalt, 115

Gerin (Jerin), engineer (ingeniator), p19; 255

Gerin, knight, 269; minister of the king, 261; his son, 313, 440

Gerin, see also Walter

Germin, see William

Gernon (Gernoun), see Gauger; Robert

Gernua, under-sheriff of London, 357

Gerold, chamberlain (camberarius) of Abbot Herbert, 269

Gervase, abbot of Westminster, p3, p9, pp10–13, pp16–7, p19, p21; 161–6, 198–9, 254–74, 280; former abbot, 341; his clerk, see Elias; his brothers, 258, 263, 269; his clerk, 255, 270

Gervase Bachel', 410

Gervase, centurier, 389

Gervase, gatekeeper (portitor), 348, 418, 441

Gervase of Cornhill, baron of the Exchequer, 287; sheriff of London and Mddx, 452

Gervase of the kitchen, 408, 449

Gervase Peverell, 258

Gervase Purs', 432

Gervase, scribe, 446

Gervase Tatin (Tatyn), 348, 410, 412, 418–19, 431, 460–1

Giffard, see Richard; William

Gilbert, 275; (Gulebert), 485

Gilbert, and his wife Alice, 347

Gilbert Banastre, clerk of Gilbert Foliot, bp of London, 211

Gilbert, brewer (bracus), 480

Gilbert, brother of William son of Fulc, 242

Gilbert, carpenter, 396

Gilbert, chaplain of Abbot William, monk of Westminster, 308

Gilbert, constable of the Tower of London, 342–3

Gilbert Crispin, abbot of Westminster, p11, p16; 40–41, 44, 47, 50–3, 55, 59–61, 65, 81, 97, 107, 124, 236–42, 243n, 245, 264, 436, 462, 488

Gilbert de Colleville, baron of the Exchequer, 287

Gilbert de Vere, 464

Gilbert (de Clare), earl (of Hertford), 350

Gilbert Fitz Turold, 488

Gilbert Foliot, bp of London, p14, p17; 205–13, 459

Gilbert Foliot II, archdeacon of Mddx, 210, 217; canon of St Paul's, London, 206

Gilbert Godmar, 397

Gilbert, ironmonger (ferrun, ferunerius, ferur), 374–5, 384

Gilbert le seutrer, 379

Gilbert Malet, 135

Gilbert of Cranford, 301; clerk, 315

Gilbert of Hendon, 107, 157; and his father, 124; son of Gunter of Hendon, and his brother Godfrey the priest, 263

Gilbert of St Michael, and his brother Philip, 301

Gilbert of Stevenage, 471

Gilbert of the Weald (de Walda), 397

Gilbert of Wandsworth, 397–8, 452

Gilbert Pipard, 241

Gilbert Rufus, 357

Gilbert, sheriff of Surrey, 65, 82

Gilbert, son of William forester, and his brother William, 397

Gilbert the Universal, bp of London, p14; 93, 155, 249

Gilbert Trepingar, 480

Ginnes, see William

Girard, cook, 437–8

Gislan, 109

Gladwin, parmenter, 399, 445

Glanville, see Rannulph

Gloucester Abbey, cantors, 58; crownwearing ceremony, 58

Gloucester, archdeacon, 453

Gloucester, see also Robert

Gloucestershire, 28; bailiffs, 137; justices, 137; sheriff, 137

Godard, tanner, 353

Godard, 488

Godfrey de Benchesham, 453–5

Godfrey de Insula, justice, 330–1

Godfrey de la Dene, 323, 481

Godfrey de Lucy, 296; bp-elect of Winchester, 140; bp of Winchester, 232

Godfrey de Preston, Prestune, 453–5

Godfrey, goldsmith, 381

Godfrey of St Martin, 308

Godfrey of Tockington, 453–5

Godfrey, palmer, 389

Godfrey, priest, brother of Gilbert of Hendon

Godfrey, prior of the New Hospital outside Bishopsgate, 13

Godfrey, son of Count Eustace of Boulogne, 13

Godin, farrier (ferrator), 372

Godiva Cruke, 397

Godobald, 237

Godric Catepol, 340

Godric Lobbe, monk of Westminster, 257

Godsalm, fishmonger (pessunier), 357

Godstow (Oxon, Godestowe), nunnery of St John the Baptist, p6, p12, p15; 323; abbess, p15; 225, 481; chaplain, 225, 481; nuns, 225, 323, 481

Godwin, 247

Godwin, hermit, Master of Kilburn priory, 249

Godwin Loffa, of Bishopsgate, and his grandfather Wlfward Grafte, 259

Godwin, marshall, 366–7

Godwin, swineherd (porcarius), 269

Goldhauet, fishmonger (pessunerius), 354

Goslan, 90

Gralent de Tany, 452

Gramaville, see William

Greenford (Mddx, Grenef', Greneford'), parson, 210

Greenford, see also Adam; Arnulf; Walter

Gregory, chaplain, 368

Gregory, dapifer, 250, 265, 350; dapifer of Westminster, 254, 340

Gregory Fitz Herlicun, 304

Gregory, Mr, 277, 365

Gregory, priest of Sandridge, 282

Gregory, seneschal, 341

Grestan, see William

G(uerin), abbot of St Victor, Paris, 400

Guestling (Suss, Gestling), see John

Gunhild, anchoress, 249

Gunter, 305

Gunter of Hendon, 241; and his heir, 254; his son, 263

Guy, dean of Waltham Holy Cross, justice, 281

Guy, sergeant, 473

H

H ( ), fugitive to Westminster, 274

Hachel, see Nicholas

Hachun, 247

Hackney, see Robert

Haggehurst, see William

Haimar, fishmonger (pessunerius), 354

Hairun (Hair'), see Ralph; Richard

Haket, clerk, 209

Half-hide (? in Coggeshall, Essex), 246

Ham (Essex, Hamma), 267; West, 91

Hambleton (Rutl, Hameldon, Hameledone), church, 226, 321, 336, 483; parson, 226

Hamelin, 350

Hamleg', see Ivo

Hamo, 380

Hamo Brand, 396; son of Ralph, 383

Hamo, clerk of Hereford, 478

Hamo (Haimo), dapifer, 72

Hamo (Hamund) de Hotot, 428–9, 348

Hamo of Roxeth, 454–5; and his brother Hugh, 453

Hampshire, 34; sheriff, 30, 34

Hampstead (Mddx), 88, 108, 249

Hamund, 452

Hamund, clerk of Kingston, 452

Hamund de Laburgh', 485

Hanley, see Geoffrey

Hanney, see Bartholomew

Hanslope, see Warin; William

Hanwell (Mddx), 121; church, 197, 206; parish, 206; parson, 206, 210

Hanworth (Mddx, Hanewrde), 339

Har', see Walter

Hardell, see William

Hardres, see Robert

Hardwin of Endiff, 261

Hareng, see Warin

Harold Godwinson, earl of Wessex, 10, 16–18; king, p2; 6, 60

Harold Harefoot, king, p1

Harrow (Mddx, Herges, Herghes), 196; manor, 196, 201–2; tenants, 196, 201–2; vill, 460–1

Harthacnut, king, p1

Hasculf, chaplain, 404, 470

Hasculf de Tany, 242

Hasculf of Cranford, 301, 315

Hastings, see William

Hathewy, 265

Haverhill, see Brichtmar; Brithstan; Thomas; William

Havering (Essex), 67

Hawise, daughter of Rumin, 353

Hendon (Mddx), 107, 157, 459; church, 211, 459; manor, 124, 241, 245, 263; parson, 459; patrons of church, 459

Hendon, see also Gilbert; Gunter

Henry I, king, p3, pp10–12; 57–97, 105–6, 114, 117–20, 122–4, 126–7, 132, 134, 140, 154–5, 203, 249, 475, 479, 489; his children, 62, 97

Henry II, king, p3, p9, p12, pp16–18, p20; 122–40, 142–4, 206, 281, 286–7, 292–3, 296, 351, 361, 386–7, 396, 435, 439, 452, 470; his butler, 143; his Chamber, 390; his children, 206; his curia regis, 366–7; his son Henry the Young King, 298

Henry III, king, p3, p7

Henry, 255

Henry Albus (white), citizen of London, 352

Henry Arbor. 247

Henry Belet. Mr. physician, 304

Henry Blund, 290, 357

Henry Bonehaie, 355

Henry, brother of Ralph of Seven Fountains. 323, 481

Henry, brother of William son of Geoffrey, 440

Henry, butler (pincerna), 291

Henry, chaplain of Staines, 431

Henry, clerk, 209, 383

Henry Colepouch', 404

Henry de Bayeux, 300; parson of Greenford and Hanwell, 210

Henry de Beaumont, earl of Warwick, 25

Henry de Bohun (Boun), 377–8

Henry de Brant' and his brother Thomas, 472

Henry de Cara Movilla, 452

Henry de Colwell, vicar of Launton, 227

Henry de Limesey, 298

Henry de Pont-Audemer, justice, 334, 338

Henry de Soilly (Soliaco), prior of Bermondsey, 368

Henry, earl of Huntingdon, p13; 101–3

Henry Fitz Ailwin, 290, 292–5, 342–3, 351, 361; mayor of London, p7, p21n; 353, 355, 363–4, 366–7, 371, 377–8, 381

Henry Fitz Gerold, 367; justice, 281

Henry Fitz Reyner, 290, 309, 371; brother of William Fitz Reyner, 363, 394, 440

Henry Foliot, 335, 421–2, 449

Henry Longchamps, brother of the justiciar, p9; 181n–2n

Henry Marshall, bp of Exeter, 230

Henry, Mr, 380

Henry Naget, Alice widow of, 384

Henry of Blois, bp of Winchester, p13; 157–9

Henry of Chiswick, soke-reeve (of St Martin le Grand), 382

Henry of Cornhill, 300

Henry of Ely, clerk, and his son Walter, 393

Henry of Essex, 116; his grandfather, 465

Henry of Hertford, 360

Henry of Kensington, and his brother John, 323, 481

Henry of London, 277; Mr, 365

Henry of Melford, 322

Henry of Pisa, papal legate, 190

Henry of St Alban, 362

Henry of Winchester, 298

Henry, parmenter, 354

Henry Parur, 394

Henry, priest of Apethorpe, 270

Henry, priest of Sudborough 270

Henry, reeve, 474

Henry, son of Andrew Albus, 381

Henry, son of Gilbert, 472

Henry, son of Henry cum capillis, and his son Laurence, 381

Henry, son of Humphrey of Aldwich, 408

Henry, son of Leveston, citizen of London, 352

Henry, son of Wilfred (Wlured), and his heir, 247

Henry Sumer (Somer), 312–3, 327–8, 335, 346–7, 353, 391–3, 395, 402–3, 407–9, 413, 415–7, 419–29, 433–5, 440–3, 445, 447–9, 458, 480; reeve of Westminster, 437–8; sergeant of Westminster abbey, 297

Henry, Templar, 354

Henry Toltric, 351

Herbert, abbot of Westminster, pp9–10, p12, p16; 73, 75–6, 78, 80–3, 89–90, 96, 107, 117, 124, 187–9, 243–50, 269, 280; his chamberlain, 269

Herbert, archdeacon of Northampton, 134

Herbert, chamberlain, 58, 96, 488

Herbert de Curton, 234

Herbert, dispenser of Abbot Gilbert, 242

Herbert Fitz Herbert, 96, 117

Herbert le Poore, p18; archdeacon of Canterbury, 135; and his father, 457; bp of Salisbury, 421–2

Herbert Losinga, bp of Norwich, 72

Herbert, monk of Westminster, 236

Herbert of Ebury, 440

Herbert, son of Richard the palmer, 458

Hereford, clerk, 478; earl, 4

Hereford, see also Richard

Hereward (Herward), scribe, 417, 444, 480

Herlewin, brother of Grunzo, 236

Herriard, see Richard

Hertford (Herts), earl, 350

Hertford, see also Henry; Ilbert

Hertfordshire, p15; 2, 37, 222, 282; sheriff, 8, 27, 37, 282; shire court, 282

Hervey, Mr, 255, 258

Heselton, see Walter

Hilary, bp of Chichester, 129, 190, 228

Hobregge, Hobruge, see William

Holavessael, see Hugh

Holborn (Mddx, Holeborn), priest, 289; St Giles's hospital, 289

Holwell (Herts, Holywell), chapel, 166

Holy Innocents, chaplain, 398

Holy Roman Emperor, p2

Honey Lane, see Edward; Elias

Hotot, see Hamo

Hubert, 380, 485

Hubert de Burgh, justiciar, 439

Hubert Manant, 456

Hubert, nephew of Geoffrey, 385

Hubert Walter, 296; abp of Canterbury, papal legate, 225, 310, 316, 323, 482

Hugh, 380

Hugh, abbot of Abingdon, 225, 323, 481

Hugh (Barre), archdeacon of Leicester, 452

Hugh Bardolf, 148, 304; justice, 324; royal dapifer, 138–9

Hugh Bellus, 254–5, 258, 269, 271, 280

Hugh Bigod, 88, 107

Hugh, brother of Hamo of Roxeth, 453

Hugh, canon, 355

Hugh Carbunel, 298

Hugh Chanterel, 447–8

Hugh, chaplain of Deene, 270

Hugh de Aurea Valle, bp of London, 24, 33, 70, 93

Hugh de Beauchamp, 51, 488

Hugh de Bella Aqua, 429

Hugh de Bifort, 254

Hugh de Euremou, 61, 475

Hugh de Fonte, 311, 395, 416, 418; son of Richer de Fonte, 406; his daughter Margaret, 416; his son John, 415; his brother, see Geoffrey de Cruce

Hugh de Holavessael, 488

Hugh de la Mote, 472

Hugh de Middleton, 242

Hugh de Monte, 242

Hugh de Nonant (Nunant), bp of Coventry (alias Chester), 304; baron of the Exchequer, 300; justice, 324

Hugh de Ov', 453

Hugh de Port, 34, 45–6, 55

Hugh de Taber', seneschal of Geoffrey, count of Perche, 465

Hugh de Weston', 452

Hugh du Puiset, bp of Durham, 140, 145, 229, 300, 304

Hugh, earl of Chester, 95

Hugh Fitz Hedric, 82

Hugh Fitz Warner, 133

Hugh, Fleming, 378

Hugh le Bel, 404

Hugh Mascherell, 92, 462; and his brother Roger, 436

Hugh, Mr, 468

Hugh, Mr, chaplain, 382

Hugh, monk of Westminster, 258

Hugh Nottingham, clerk, 440

Hugh, novice-monk of Westminster, 258

Hugh of Avallon, bp of Lincoln, 223–6, 323; his clerk, 223

Hugh of Buckland, 53, 68, 85, 97, 320, 488; sheriff of Mddx, 59

Hugh of Chacombe (Chaucumbe), justice, 319

Hugh of Colham, 488; and his son Richard, 453; dapifer and proctor of Westminster abbey, 47

Hugh of Cornhill, Mr, 363

Hugh of Kent, subdean of Lincoln, 226

Hugh of London, 372

Hugh of Morwick, royal dapifer, 139

Hugh of Polestead, and his son Hugh, 465

Hugh of Stanning (? Staining Lane), 370

Hugh of Wells, bp-elect of Lincoln, 402; bp of Lincoln, p13; 227

Hugh of Winchester, 446

Hugh, palmer, 356

Hugh, sheriff of Lincs, 31

Hugh, smith, 384

Hugh, son of Hugh of Polestead, 465

Hugh, son of Ingulf, 486

Hugh, son of Richard, 336

Hugh, son of Robert the smith, brother of St James's hospital, 441

Hugh, son of Ulger, 260

Hugh, son of Warner, 452

Hugh Stuth, 485

Hugh, tailor, 356

Hugh Underore, 431

Hull (Hule, Hulla, Hulle), see Alan; Fulc

Humet, see Nicholas

Humphrey, priest, 380

Huntingdon (Hunts, Huntend'), archdeacon, 222, 468, 482; clergy, 222; earl p12; 101–3

Huppinore, see Walter

Hurell (Hurel), see Ralph; Simon

Hurley (Berks, Arlave, Herlaue, Herlauia, Herlave, Herleya, Hurleya), church, 462; monks, 266, 285; priory, p4; monk, 462; prior, 266, 285; priory, p4; 166, 171, 266, 302;rustic, 462; vill, 462

Hurley, see also Arnald; Maurice; William

Hurstbourne, see Thomas

Huscarl, see Roger

Hut (Hutt, Hutte), see Ailward

Huville (Huvile), see Ralph

I

Ickenham, see William

Ilbert of Hertford, sheriff of Herts, 27

Ilbert son of Hamo, and his brother Jocelin, 478

Ilchester (Somerset), see Richard

Illevoster, see Walter

Ilteney (Essex, Elteneya), 339

Imar, cardinal bp of Tusculum, 162

Ingeleram, priest, 394

Ingold, son of Roger, 472–3

Innocent II, pope, p10, p13; 155–61

Innocent III, pope, 183–6

Insula, see Godfrey; Walter

Irishman, see William

Isaac, canon of Waltham. and his brother William, 284

Isabel Basset (wife of Robert Mauduit), p19; 312, 329, 421–2, 449–5

Islip (Northants) church, 270; parson, 270; sokemen, 270

Islip (Oxon), 3, 83, 149; manor court, 149

Ivo de Hamleg', 473

Ivo, mercer. 260

Ivo of Cornwall, parson of South Benfleet, 215; and archdeacon of Derby, 214

Ivo of Medmenham, 348, 387, 429, 451

Ivo of the Kitchen. 419

Ivo of Thorpe. monk of St Bartholomew's, Sudbury. 130

Ivo, son of Richard, 412, 423; son of Richard of Medmenham. and his brother Martin, 410

Ivo, son of Simon of Deene, 338, 480

Ivo Tailleboys, 479, 488

J

James, 454–5

James, alderman, 366–7

James, cellarer, 325

James, draper, 383

James le Salvage, 482; parson of Swanscombe, 483; royal clerk, 150

James le Want', 369

James of Potterne, justice, 334. 338

James, parmenter, 359

James, priest of Holborn, 289

James, servant of William of Northolt, 453

James, usher (hostiarius, ostiarius), 307, 318, 333, 353, 476–7, 484, 486; usher of Abbot William, 309

Jarponville (Gerpunville, Jarpenville, Jarpovilla, Jarpunville), see David; Geoffrey

Jerusalem (Ierosolima), 347; Holy Sepulchre, 352

Jews, 383

Jocelin, brother of Ilbert son of Hamo, 478

Jocelin de Bailliol, 128

Jocelin Fitz Hugh, marshall of the Exchequer, p19; 446, 486; and Mr, 327, 335, 409, 434, 487

Jocelin of Cornhill, 383; alias son of Jocelin of Cornhill, 383, 384

Jocelin, smith, 406; his son, see Geoffrey, smith

Jocelin, son of William, 366–7

John, King, p3, p9, p12; 147–51, 325, 330–1, 366–7, 371–2, 377, 402, 439; president of the curia regis, 334, 338

John, alderman, and his brother Ralph, 378

John, archdeacon of Séez, 365

John Beggy, 376, 382

John Blund, 275, 357, 372; goldsmith, 362

John, bp of Bayeux, 76

John, brother of Absolon, 479

John, brother of Richard the doorkeeper, 297, 327, 429, 446, 449

John Buccuinte, 277, 293, 342–3, 383–4

John Buchement, 355

John, Burgundian, 139, 277–8, 291, 342–3, 388

John, butcher, 397

John Butillir', 473

John, butler (pincerna), 411; of Abbot William, 309

John Cabus, 301

John, Chancellor, 424

John, chaplain, 454–5

John, chaplain del Baille (? the bailey of the Tower of London), 369

John, chaplain of St Magnus the Martyr, 368

John, chaplain of St Nicholas, 357

John, chaplain of the Curia Regis, 404

John, clerk, 442

John, clerk of the sheriffs of London, 342–3

John Corner, 364; goldsmith, 381

John de Aqua, 413, 419

John de Cauz (Kauz), 484

John de Cella, abbot of St Albans, 333; papal judge-delegate, 225

John de Garland, 277, 378–9; clerk of Richard Fitz Nigel, bp of London, 212

John de Palton, 291, 297

John de Perdiz, 465

John de Sartrin, 288

John de Stuteville (Stutehilla), 195

John, Dom, parson of St Clement Danes, 396

John, esquire of Abbot Gilbert, 254

John Fitz Herlicun, 291–2, 355, 361; alderman of ( )ward, and his sons Thomas, John, William and Bartholomew, 381; alias son of Robert Fitz Herlicun, 294–5

John Fitz Nigel, alderman, 389

John Flete, monk of Westminster, p5, p8, p16

John, goldsmith, 297

John Jacob, 382

John le Gos, 382

John Lovegold, 359

John Mauger, 381

John, monk of Westminster, 270

John Morin, 358, 389

John, nephew of Abbot Laurence, 284

John, nephew of Roger the chamberlain, 404

John, nephew of Thomas Becket, p14; 294–5, 365

John Nikel, 301

John of Abingdon, 398–9, 403, 411, 422, 445

John of Bridport, Mr, 457

John of Broxbourne, 473

John of Bushey, clerk, 128

John of Covenham (Coveham), 288, 342–3

John of Crema, papal legate, 189

John of Ebbgate, 373

John of Edgware, 362

John of Guestling (Gestling), justice, 310, 325, 330–1

John of Kensington, and his brother Henry, 323, 481

John of London, chaplain, 431

John of Meppershall (Maperteshale), 472

John of Oxford, 127; bp of Norwich, justice, 296

John of Rochelle, 464, 470

John of Rochford, 465

John of Salerno, papal legate, 191–2

John of Staines, 473; alias son of John of Staines, 458

John of St Margaret (Bridge Street), 369

John of Stortford, 313, 335, 346, 359

John of the Fleet, 465

John of the tub (solium), 376

John of Thrapston, chaplain, vicar of South Benfleet, 215

John of Tynemouth, Mr, 482

John of Wells, 291

John of Wick, 311–12, 409, 446

John of Winchester, Mr, 322

John Olivant, and his son Peter, 381

John Oysel, 389

John, parmenter, 477–8

John, parson of St Clement Danes, 394; and his brother, William the chaplain, 397

John Pimerich (Pimeriche, Pimerics, Pymerich), 348, 428–9, 437–8

John, priest, 288

John, priest, son of Moses, 404

John, sergeant of Westminster abbey, 378, 387, 407, 412, 430, 433, 443–41, 451, 461; alias of the church, 418

John, smelter, fusor, 413–4, 439

John, son of Alan, 348

John, son of Daniel, 382

John, son of Edward, 311–12, 391, 393, 395, 407, 409, 415–6, 425, 428, 435, 437–8, 443–4, 447, 449–50; and his mother Cecily, 451; son of Edward of Westminster, 408, 441; son of Edward the reeve, 406, 410; son of Edward the former reeve, 448

John, son of Eldmand, 290

John, son of Everard de Fonte, 396

John, son of Hugh de Fonte, 415

John, son of John Fitz Herlicun, 381

John, son of Laurence, 381

John, son of Laurence diabolus, 359–60

John, son of Osbert, 300

John, son of Pain, 370

John, son of Ralph, 260

John, son of Ralph of Ebury, 404

John, son of Ralph son of Everard, 260

John, son of Robert Fitz Herlicun, see John Fitz Herlicun

John, son of Thomas of Windsor, 422

John, son of Tureb', 300

John, son of Viel (Vitalis), 364

John, son of William, 335, 390, 416, 427, 439, 449–50, 461; son of William son of Robert, 311, 415, 422

John Sperling, 379; and William and Martin his brothers, 366–7; alderman, 367

John Testard, 421–2, 477; brother of Richard Testard, 327, 446, 449

John Thorneys, 275

John Tresgod, and Amy his wife, 342–3

John Vautort, 301

John, vintner, 458

John Walran, 372

John Witing, clerk of Richard Fitz Nigel, bp of London, 214

Jordan, clerk of Abbot Walter, 298

Jordan Esperlenos, 353

Jordan Fitz Reyner, 372

Jordan, fugitive to Westminster, 240

Jordan, Mr, 468

Jordan of the Tower, 295, 381

Jordan of Worcester, 248

Jordan Peverell, 476–7, 484

Jordan, son of Aubrey, 472

Jordan, son of Laurence diabolus, 360

Jordan, son of Nicholas son of Robert, 490

Joseph, parson of St Martin, Ludgate, 360; chaplain, 218; Fitz Peter, nephew of Lawrence of Stanstead, 358

Joseph, sergeant of Westminster, 318

Joyce, weigher, 366–7, 372

Judas, see Roger

Julian Chenduit (Cheinduit, Chendedut, Cheneduit, Chesned), 328, 333, 424, 426, 439, 461, 484, 486

Julian, clerk, 335

Juliana, abbess of St John the Baptist, Godstow, 255, 481

Juliana, widow of Adam of Sunbury, 449–50

Jumieges, Normandy, abbey, p2

Justice (surname), see Robert

Justices, of the Bench, 487; royal, 69, 132, 142

Justiciar, the, 145, 439, 463

K

Kauz (Cauz), see John

Kayli, see Gerard

Kelvedon (Essex), 144; church, 211; manor, 199

Kelvedon (Hatch) (Essex, Keleuedune), manor, 12, 252

Kensington (Mddx. Gora), 250, 265

Kensington, see also Henry; John

Kensington Gore (Mddx, Gora), 250, 265

Kent, 20

Kent, see also Hugh

Kepe, see Leofwine

Kesteven (Lincs), 31

Kilburn (Mddx, Cuneburna, Keneburna, Kyneburna), church of St John the Baptist, 250; hermitage, 249; nunnery, p4, p15; 205; nuns, 250, 264–5, 280

Kinet', see Osbert

King, see Martin

Kingston on Thames (Mddx. Cnithtebruga, clerk, 452

Knightsbridge (Mddx, Chithtebruga, Knihtebruga), (Kensington) Gore (Gara) in, 250, 265; manor, 250, 265, 339

Knockholt, see Roger

L

Laburgh, see Hamund

Laidet, see Viscard

Lambert, cook, 234

Lambesheavod, see Aluric

Lambeth (Surr), 150, 196, 486; South Lambeth (Sudlamhee), 486; Hide in 486

Lanfranc, abp of Canterbury, 14, 17, 19–20, 30

Lardor, see Walter

Latimer, see Robert

Latton, see Ralph

Launton (Oxon), church, p13; 227; parson, 229; vicar, 227

Laurence, abbot of Westminster, p9, pp15–18, p21; 103, 133, 167, 169–73, 177, 190, 222, 275–86, 302, 305, 404, 452, 459, 463, 468

Laurence, chaplain of Abchurch, 363

Laurence de Theburg', 318, 333

Laurence Duket, 366–7

Laurence Muschat, 346, 348, 356, 378, 387, 390, 407–8, 410–12, 414, 418–19, 423, 426, 429–30, 433, 441–2, 450–1, 461; and his parents, 432

Laurence of Paglesham, 465

Laurence of the Exchequer, 319

Laurence, plumber, 351

Laurence Ruffus, 374–5

Laurence, son of Gregory, and his sons John, Richard, Thomas and William, 381

Laurence, son of Henry, 381

Laurence, son of Jordan, 300

Laurence, diabolus (devil), son of William, and his son John, 359; and his sons John and Jordan, 360; his father William diabolus, 358; of Stanstead, 358; his nephew, see Joseph

Laurence, usher (hostiarius), 421

Lectona, see Walter

Leek, see Peter

Leia, see Peter

Leicester (Legrec', Leron'), archdeacon 224, 452; earl, 103, 281

Leigh (Legha), see William

Lekus, see Peter

Lenn, see Robert

Leofgar, 246

Leofsin of London, alias Leofsin Dodesone, master-mason, 27

Leofwine, bp of Lichfield, 5

Leofwine Kepe, his parents and his son Richard, 404

Leofwine Scune, 8

Leofwine, Mr, 269

Leo IX, pope, 152, 156

Leon (Spain, Leone), see Peter

Lessness (Kent), church, 20; manor, 20, 81

Lesward, 305

Leutre, Lutre, see William

Lewes (Suss), priory of St Pancras, p15; 260

Lichfield, bp, 5

Liger, servant of William of Northolt, 453

Limesey, see Henry

Lincoln, bp, pp13–4; 2–3, 31, 37, 46, 61, 76, 79, 81, 111, 119, 127, 190, 195, 221–7, 242, 270, 323, 475, 482; bpelect, 402; bpric, 2; canon, 209; cathedral, 221, 223–4, 226–7; dean, 226; sub-dean, 226; diocese, p14; diocesan clergy, 270

Lincolnshire, 31, 61, 475; sheriff, 31; suitors to shire court, 31

Lirling, see Richard

Lisoris, see William

Living, merchant, 445

Lobbe, see Godric

Loffa, see Godwin

Lombard (Lumbard) p20; see also Elfgiva

London, pp1–2, p13, p15, p17, pp19–22; 19, 24, 59, 62, 64, 68, 77, 100–1, 105, 113–4, 116–7, 139, 144, 188, 191–2, 218, 227, 258, 260, 327, 339, 352, 356, 358, 364, 370–1, 378–9, 385, 393
-, aldermen, p22; 366–7, 372–3, 375–6, 389
-, archdeacon, p14; 70, 93, 105, 194, 214–5, 217–20, 362, 368–9; his clerk, 468; his official, 368
-, Assize of Building, 371
-, barons, 49, 77, 90, 97, 109, 258–60, 291, 342–3, 350
-, bp-elect, 140
-, bp, p2, pp13–14, p18; 9–12, 24, 33, 35, 40, 49, 58, 70, 84, 88, 93, 97, 108, 114, 128, 147, 155, 172, 176, 179, 198, 203–20, 230, 249, 255, 314, 350, 380, 382, 434, 439, 459; his chaplain, 214, 313; his clerk, 211; his jurisdiction, 123, 154–5; his soke-reeve, 375
-, burgesses, 39, 78
-, chamberlains, 79
-, citizens, p7, p19, p22; 33, 36, 54, 68, 112, 123, 258, 340
-, clergy, p15, p19
-, diocese, p14; 212, 215
-, environs, p22
-, farm, 79
-, fire hazard in, 340
-, Folkmoot, 112
-, Husting Court, p22; 112, 289, 292, 342–3, 361; suitors of, 342–3
-, justiciar, 112; justiciar, royal, 109
-, mayor, p22; 355, 363–4, 367, 371, 377–8, 381; see also Henry Fitz Ailwin; his clerk, 355
-, officers, 36, 38, 77; officers, royal, 25, 39–40, 78, 89, 109
-, preceptor of the Templars in, 354
-, royal highway, 366–7, 371–2, 396
-, seld, royal, 381
-, sheriff, 24–5, 36, 49, 68, 77, 79, 89–90, 97, 109, 259–60, 292–5, 342–3, 361, 366–7, 377, 452; under-sheriff, 357; sheriff's clerks, 342–3
-, tenement measurements, p21
-, walls, 308, 363
-, Westminster abbey's fee (fee of St Peter) in, 33, 36, 39, 78, 258, 275, 295, 352; merchants residing on, 33, 36, 77, 89; soke of Westminster abbey, 112
-, wharves, p12; 25, 97, 289, 353, 377
-, Places in:
-, Aldersgate, (Aldredesgate), 295
-, Baynard's Castle, 354
-, Billingsgate, 377
-, Bishopsgate, 259; Godwin Loffa of, 259
-, Bread Street (Bredstrate), 292–3
-, Bridge (London), 25, 220, 287, 357, 368
-, Cheap(forum), 921; 275–6, 295, 355; West Cheap, 355
-, Dowgate (Duvegate), 135, 143, 342–3
-, East Cheap (Eastceapa), 292, 340
-, Fishmarket, p21, 139, 156, 277–8, 356
-, Fleet (Flete) Bridge, 327
-, Fleet Street (Flietestrate), 392
-, Friday Street (Strete), 291, 293–4
-, Langbourn (Langebort) ward, 259
-, Ludgate (Hludgate), p21; 327, 358–60, 386–9, 391
-, Musterlingebur, 361
-, New Fishmarket, 357
-, Outwich ward, alderman, 376
-, Prestbure, 374
-, St Botolph's gate, 25
-, Thames, p21; 289
-, Tower, the, 69, 362; clerk, 194, 255, 382; constable, 342–3, 484
-, Vuerc, 234
-, Wood Street, 291
-, Churches, parishes and religious foundations:
-, Churches, 70, 78, 211, 308; religious houses, p15
-, All Hallows Honey Lane, Priest, 355
-, Clerkenwell nunnery, p15
-, Haliwell (Halewelle), nunnery, 289; nuns, 289
-, Holy Trinity Aldgate, priory, p6; canons, 362, 366–7, 379; prior, 362
-, St Agnes, church, 257; within Aldersgate, 211
-, St Alban Wood Street, church, 211, 288
-, St Alphege Cripplegate (Crepelgate), parish, 362
-, St Audoen, church, chaplain, 359; priest, 255
-, St Bartholomew Smithfield, priory, p6; 362; canon, 362; hospital, 293
-, St Bride, church, 211
-, St Christopher (le Stocks), chaplain, 384
-, St Clement Candlewick Street, Eastcheap, church, 211, 363
-, St Clement Danes (outside the Walls), 211, 396–7; parish, 393–5
-, St Dionis, church, p20; 259
-, St Dunstan in the West, church, 211
-, St Faith in the crypt of St Paul's cathedral, parish, 364
-, St James Garlickhithe (in the Vintry; on the riverbank; super Tamisiam), church, 70, 211, 365
-, St Lawrence Candlewick Street (beside London Bridge; on the riverbank), church, 70, 211; cemetery, 256, 366–7; parish, 366–7
-, St Magnus the Martyr (beside London Bridge) chapel alias church, p15, p20; 70, 93, 211, 220, 287, 368–9; chaplain, 368; parson, 220; parish, 270
-, St Margaret Bridge Street, New Fish Street, church, 211, 369; parish, 370–73
-, St Margaret Eastcheap, chapel, 70, 194
-, St Martin in the Fields, church; 211; chaplain, 404; parish, 22
-, St Martin le Grand, p4; 257,382; canons, p15; soke-reeve, 382
-, St Martin Ludgate, chapel, church, 211, 218, 358–60; chaplain, 359–60, 404; parish, 390; parson, 218, 360
-, St Martin Outwich (Otteswich), parish, 374–6, 398–9
-, St Mary Abchurch, chaplain, 363
-, St Mary at Hill (de la Hulle), parish, 377–9
-, St Mary Colechurch (Colcherch), chaplain, 385
-, St Mary Magdalen, chaplain, 357
-, St Mary Newchurch. p9; 40, 49, 54, 90, 109, 244
-, St Mary Somerset (Sumersete chirch), priest, 275
-, St Mary Staining Lane (Stanningelane), parish, 290
-, St Mary Without Bishopsgate (Bissopegate, the New Hospital), 362; chaplain, 368; prior, 362
-, St Matthew Friday Street, church, 211, 255; parish, 291, 380–1
-, St Michael Cornhill, chaplain, 384; parish, 382, 384
-, St Nicholas (unspecified), chaplain, 357
-, St Nicholas Shambles (ad Mazatriam), parish, 385
-, St Paul, cathedral, p6; 70, 93, 204, 216, 219, 255, 356, 380–1; canons, 206, 210 380; chapter, 255; sacrist, 255
-, St Peter in the Bailey, chaplain, 369

London, Adam of, 246
-, Ailnoth (Ailnod) of, 24, 60
-, Alward of, 40, 54
-, Anselm son of Hakon of, 363
-, Henry Albus of, 352
-, Henry of, 277; Mr, 365
-, Henry son of Leveston of, 352
-, Hugh of, 372
-, John of, chaplain, 431
-, Leofsin of, alias Leofsin Dodesone, master-mason, 27
-, Peter, alderman of, 260
-, Richard Blund of, 385
-, Simon of, 328, 335, 420, 424; parson, 227
-, Walter Niger of, and his wife and son Simon, 356, 431
-, Walter, Mr, of, 309, 362

Longbridge (Longus pons), see Roger

Longchamps, see Henry; William

Longditch, see Avice

Longditch Street, see under Westminster

Longhall (Langhal'), see Alexander

Longword, see William

Lormar', see Odo

Lorrainer, see Albert

Louis, clerk, 312, 321, 335, 346, 407, 412, 420, 422–3, 427, 429, 441–2, 458, 461; clerk of Rockingham, 311, 443–4; clerk of the Exchequer, 414, 424, 426, 432

Lovegold, see John

Lucius III, pope, 177

Lucy of Barking, 449; widow of Richard, 447–8

Lucy, see Richard

Luffield (Berks), priory, p4

Lulworth, see Roger

Lutre, see Walter

M

Macon, see Walter

Magnus, earl of Orkney, p20

Main, draper, 382

Maiscville (Maiscu'l), see William

Maisi, see Osbert

Malcolm III Canmore, king of Scots, and his wife Margaret, 99–100

Malcolm IV, king of Scots, p12; 103; his chancellor, 103

Malet, see Augustine; Gilbert; William

Malvern, Great, (Worcs), priory, p4, p17; 164, 166, 171, 248A; monks, 243, 271; fugitive monk, 248A

Manasser Biset, 386

Manant, see Hubert

Mandeville (Mand'), see Ernulph; Geoffrey; Richard; Walter; William

Mapeleford (Mddx, Mapelefort), 96, 117

Mardley (Herts, Merdeleya), 339

Marford (? Herts), and its river, 282

Margaret, 385

Margaret (Margery), daughter of Hugh de Fonte, 416, 418; wife of Simon Hurel, 417

Marinlli, see Robert

Marinus, clerk of the queen, 481

Mark, carpenter, 358

Mark, monk of St Neots, 479

Marlborough (Wilts, Marlebergia), 85

Marlborough, see also Robert

Marona, widow of Martin Sperling, 379

Marsh, see Ralph; Robert

Marshall, see Henry; William

Marston (Oxon), 7

Martell, see Osbert; William

Martin, brother of Abraham, 374

Martin, brother (? brother of Clement the clerk), 374

Martin, brother of Ivo son of Richard of Medmenham, 410

Martin, clerk of the queen, 323

Martin de Capella, 138, 301, 315

Martin, ironmonger (ferun), 379

Martin, goldsmith, 381

Martin King, 421–2, 434

Martin, monk of Westminster, 306, 490

Martin of Abingdon, 409

Martin of Medmenham, 434

Martin, prior of St Mary Overy, Southwark, 362

Martin Sperling, brother of John, 366–7; husband of Marona, 379

Martin Smud, 449–50

Martin, son of Alice, 381; brother of Robert and William, 364

Martin, son of Kenewald, 375

Martin, son of Richard, 426

Martin, son of Stephen the mercer, 290

Martinville (Martinivilla), seeRobert

Marwenna, 438; daughter of William, 437; her son William and his wife Alice, 437–8

Mary Becket, abbess of Barking, 365

Marzai, see Stephen

Mascherell (Mascherel, Maskereal), see Hugh; Walter

Matell, seeWilliam

Matilda, daughter of Simon son of Osmar, 202, 461; of Paris, 371, 373, 460; daughter of Simon of Paris, 372; her parents, 371, 460; Osmar her grandfather, 460

Matilda, Empress, p12; 123; 'lady of the English', 98

Matilda, Queen, wife of King Henry I, p2, p12; 59, 62–3, 70, 74, 79, 97, 99–105, 114, 118–20, 160, 187, 189

Matilda, widow of Jospe, and her daughter Margery, 396

Matthew, alderman, 367, 372

Matthew Blund, alderman, 366–7

Matthew of Staines, 458

Matthew Pistree, 382

Matthew, sister's husband or son (sororius) of William of St Michael, 289

Matthew, son of Thomas, 450

Mauduit, seeIsabel Basset; Ralph; Robert; William

Mauger, see John

Mauger, bp of Worcester, 233

Maurice, 284, 375

Maurice, bp of London, 40, 49, 58, 70, 93

Maurice, clerk, 263, 265

Maurice, clerk of Abbot Laurence, vicar of Sawbridgeworth, 284

Maurice, monk of Westminster, 245

Maurice, Mr, 275, 280, 452; clerk of Abbot Walter, 207

Maurice of Hurley, 413

Maurice of St Albans, 285

Maurice (one of six brothers), 374

Medmenham, seeIvo; Martin; Richard

Melford, seeHenry

Mellitus, bp of London, p14

Meppershall, seeJohn; Thomas son of Gilbert

Mercia, earl, 5; king, p1, p9, p321

Meriden, see Roger

Merton (Surr), priory of St Mary, p15; 268; prior, 268

Meulan, (France, Mellent), count, 34–5, 489

Michael Belet, 304; baron of the exchequer, 287

Michael, clerk, 290

Michael, Mr, 480

Michael Potel, 381

Michael, son of John, 290

Michael, son of William of Scarborough, 328

Micklefield, see Robert

Middlesex, 11, 38, 52, 59, 83, 88, 96, 108, 117; archdeacon, 105, 196, 203, 210, 217; justices, 88, 108; justiciar 117; 117, 122, 133, 452

Middleton, see Hugh

Miles Crispin, 241

Milisent, 458

Mimms, see Peter

Mirabel, daughter of Oger the dapifer, 342–3

Missenden (Bucks, Messendene), abbey, 207

Missenden, see also Roger

Mitcham, seeGerard

Modiva, 480

Mohun, seeWilliam

Monte, seeHugh; Richard

Moray (Scotland), bp, 103

Morin, see John

Mortain (Normandy, Moretein), count, 13

Mortain, see alsoRoger

Morton (Worcs), chapel, 166

Morwick (Northumberland), seeHugh

Mosa (? Cambs), vill, 462

Moses, chaplain of Richard, abp of Canterbury, 202

Mote, seeHugh

Moulsham (Essex, Molesham, Mulesham, Mullesham), 48; manor, 41

Moulsham, see also Elias; Ralph; Robert; William

Mulas, see William

Muschat, see Laurence; Richard

N

N ( ) son of Rannulph clerk of Feering, 208

N ( ) sheriff of Essex, 239

N ( ) sheriff of Mddx, 274

Nadler, seeRobert

Naget, see Henry

Necton, see William

Neville, seeAlan; Geoffrey; Walter

Newgate, see Thomas

Newham, see William

Newton, seeElias

Nicholas, 380

Nicholas, archdeacon of London, papal judge-delegate, 194, 368, 468; and his brother Mr Richard, 369; his chaplain, 368; his nephew, Mr Nicholas, 368–9

Nicholas Bacheler, 473

Nicholas, bp of Albano, 163

Nicholas, brother of Andrew son of Ralph son of Adam, 290

Nicholas, canon (of St Paul's), 380

Nicholas,chaplain of Nicholas archdeacon of London, 368–9

Nicholas, clerk, Mr, 209

Nicholas de Humet, 431

Nicholas de Romanis, bp of Tusculum, papal legate, 193; and his nephew (Robert son of Robert), pp13–14

Nicholas de Sigillo, archdeacon of Huntingdon, 222, 468

Nicholas, dispenser, 318, 333

Nicholas Duket, 355, 366–7, 371–2; son of Randulph Duket, 289

Nicholas, dyer (tinctor), 357

Nicholas, goldsmith, 381; his son William, 382–3

Nicholas Hachel', 472

Nicholas II, pope, 153, 156

Nicholas, monk, chaplain of Abingdon, 323, 481

Nicholas, monk of Westminster, 236

Nicholas, Mr, 306, 490

Nicholas, Mr, clerk of Abbot Walter, 298, 303

Nicholas, Mr, nephew of Nicholas archdeacon of London, 368–9

Nicholas, nephew of Abbot William, 321

Nicholas of Bray, 428

Nicholas of Paglesham, 300

Nicholas of the cellar, 348, 356, 378, 387, 402, 408, 411–12, 414, 419, 421–24 429–30, 432–3, 441–5, 447–8, 451

Nicholas of Westminster, Mr, parson of Thorpe-on-the-Hill and Doddington, 224

Nicholas, parson of St Martin (Outwich), 374–5

Nicholas Peverell, 289

Nicholas, sheriff of Hertfordshire, 282

Nicholas, son of Avice, 473

Nicholas, son of Clement, 255, 380

Nicholas, son of Geoffrey, 391, 395, 402–3, 407, 415–16, 421–2, 425, 428, 435, 443–4, 446, 486

Nicholas, son of Robert, and his son Jordan, 490

Nicholas, son of Roger, 472

Nicholas, summoner of Westminster abbey, 393, 437–8, 440

Nicholas Winchester, 366–7

Nigel, bp of Ely, 111, 190; justice, 281

Nigel d'Aubigny, 91

Nigel d'Oilly, 60, 83

Nigel, goldsmith, 335

Nigel, son of Alexander, 296

Nikel, see John

Noel, see William

Noers, seeFulc

Nonant, seeHugh

Norfolk, Clakelose Hundred in, 476–7

Norman, 246

Norman Blund, 290; draper, sheriff of London, 377

Norman Borel, 311

Norman, leather-dresser (alutarius), 396

Normandy, 129, 145; seneschal, 386

Norreis, see William

Northampton (Northants, Northamton, Northanton'), 124; archdeacon, 134; judicial eyre at, 324, 338

Northampton, see also Robert; Roger; Thomas

Northolt (Mddx, Norhall', Norhallia), 453–5

Northolt, see also William

Norway, see Alan

Norwich (Norf, Norwyc'), bp, 72, 130; bpelect, 439;

Norwich, see also Geoffrey

Nottingham (Notts, Noting'), see Hugh

Nottinghamshire, 46

Nova Villa, see Robert

O

O ( ), sheriff of Surrey, 17

Oakham (Rutl, Ocham, Okham), 150; chapels, 150, 176; church, 150, 176, 179, 226, 321, 336–7, 482; parson, 226; tenants of church, 150

Ockendon (Essex, Ochendon, Okkenduna, Wochendona, Wokendona, Wokendone), 9–10, 67, 339, 463; church, 198, 211, 247, 463; knight, 463; manor, 247; parson, 198, 463; tithes, 462

Ockendon, see also Turold; William

Odiham (Hants), and its wood, 134

Odo, bp of Bayeux, 17, 19–20, 48; his dapifer, 48

Odo, canon (of St Paul's, London), 380

Odo de Lormar', 465

Odo (Eudo), goldsmith, p7; 288, 321, 327, 335–6, 346, 348, 387, 391–2, 402–3, 407, 417, 420–2, 424–9, 432–3, 435, 437–9, 441, 443–5, 449, 460, 480; attorney of the abbot, 338; Odo of Westminster, 356, 408, 411–12, 423, 442, 458, 461, 466–7, 485; goldsmith, reeve of Westminster, 328, 347, 390, 410, 413–4, 418–9, 423–4, 434, 447–8, 450

Offa, king of Essex, p1

Offa, king of Mercia, p1, p9, p321

Oilly, see Nigel

Oini, 242

Olivant, see John; Ralph

Oliver, 271

Oliver, clerk of the Tower (of London), 382

Ordgar, brother of Deormann's daughters, 68

Ordmar, 394

Ordmar, son of Edward, 395

Ordric, 416

Orkney, earl of, p20

Orpedeman, see William

Osbern, bp of Exeter, 61

Osbern, clerk, 56

Osbert, 454–5

Osbert, abbot of Bec, 361

Osbert Becche, 292

Osbert, brother of Robert clerk of Becham, 298

Osbert, chaplain of St Audoen's 359

Osbert de Berniville, 242

Osbert de Clare, 341; monk of Westminster, 265; prior of Westminster, pp8–11, p13, pp16–17; 34, 158–61, 249, 254; p321

Osbert de Kinet', 277

Osbert de Maisi, 479

Osbert de St Liz, 453

Osbert de St Clare, 470

Osbert de Wauncy, 360

Osbert Fergaunt, 291

Osbert Fitz Hervey, 457; justice, 310, 316, 319, 324, 330

Osbert Fitz Richard, 464, 470

Osbert le Warang, 395

Osbert Martell, 119

Osbert Niger (black), 374

Osbert of Sutton, 275

Osbert, palmer, 472

Osbert Quarel, 277–8

Osenville (Osenwilla), see Saval'

Osmar, 196, 210–2; grandfather of Matilda of Paris, 202, 460

Osmund, 389, 391; carter, 391; and his wife Ermengard, 386–7

Osmund, bp of Salisbury, 32, 462

Osmund, cook, 258

Osmund, cordwainer, 382

Osmund, son of Roger Ursel, 413

Ostia (Italy), see Alberic

Osumul, Osumull', seePaul; Richard

Otbert of Surrey, 488

Oter, see Walter son of Ralph

Otho Fitz William, 457; justice, 324

Otto, goldsmith (aurifex), 488

Otwel (Otuer) Fitz Count, 69, 86, 242; his honorial barons, 86

Ov, see Hugh

Oxford (Oxon), 136; earl, 456, 464

Oxford, see also Ralph

Oxfordshire, 3–4, 7, 83; sheriff, 7, 30, 71, 83

Oxhey, see Philip

Oysel, see John

P

Paddington (Mddx, Padinton), 62–4, 105–6, 126, 296

Paddington, see also Richard: William

Paglesham (Essex, Pakelesham, Pakelsham, Paklesham), 299–300, 317, 339; church, 300

Paglesham, see also Laurence; Nicholas

Pain Dobbe (Dolbe, Duble), 391, 393, 415–6, 425, 437–8

Pain of Emsworth (Immurtha), 452

Pain of Solomon's Temple, 350

Pain Tabur, son of Pain Tabur, and his wife Agnes, 376

Palmer (surname, not occupation), see Ralph

Palton, see John

Pandulf, bp-elect of Norwich, papal legate, 439

Papal judge-delegate, pp14–15; 194, 207–9, 235, 323, 368–9, 468

Papal legate, pp13–14; 158–9, 190–3, 196–201, 225, 323, 439

Parham (Suss, Pereham, Perham), 96, 117, 129, 326, 335, 339, 487; church, 129, 228, 325–6, 334–5; royal demesne chapel, 129; parson, 335; proctor of the monks, 335

Parham, see also Baldwin

Paris (France), abbey of St Denis, p2; monastery of St Victor, its abbot, 400; canons, p15; 400; confraternity agreement with, p15; 400

Paris, see also Matilda; Simon

Parur, see Henry

Paschal II, pope, p13; 154

Paschar, see Roger

Pattishall, see Ralph; Simon

Paulinus of Aldwich, 408

Paul Osumul, 245

Paul Picot, 245

Peak, see Richard

Penge (Surr, Pange), 330; aqueduct, 298; wood, 298, 330

Pentecost, 297

Pentecost of Wandsworth, 309, 486

Pentecost Sparrow, 291

Peppercorn, see Roger

Perche, count, see Geoffrey

Perer, see Ralph

Pershore (Worcs, Persora), 4, 28, 305, 488

Pershore, see also Adam son of Godfrey; Roger

Perton (Staffs, Pertune), 5, 95, 304

Peter, alderman of London, 260

Peter, almoner of Westminster, 485

Peter Bucherel, 372

Peter, chaplain of (St Mary) Colechurch, 385

Peter, chaplain of St Martin Outwich, 374

Peter, clerk of the sheriffs of London, 342–3

Peter de Leia, bp of St Davids, 231

Peter de Leon, 434

Peter de Valognes, 37, 48, 474, 488; sheriff of Essex, 26, 50

Peter Fausard, Fauset, 348, 428–9; and his parents, 430

Peter Fitz Herbert, 487

Peter le Cho, 434

Peter Lekus, 421

Peter of Barking, 384

Peter of Berkswell, 477

Peter of Blois, archdeacon of Blois, 202

Peter of Cornwall, prior of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, 362

Peter of Ely, 421–2, 424, 434, 439

Peter of Leek (Lecche), Mr, 454–5

Peter of Mimms, 458

Peter of Sutton, and his wife Margaret, 342–3

Peter of Waltham, archdeacon of London, 214–15

Peter of Wenden, 360, 391–3, 395, 415–8, 425, 435, 437–8, 440, 443, 480

Peter of Wells, Dom, 472

Peter of Wick 490; and his son Robert of Wick. 305

Peter of Windsor, 278; monk of Westminster, 277

Peter Pierleoni, papal legate, 187–8

Peter, priest, 358

Peter, priest of the sisters of St James's hospital, Westminster, 288

Peter, reckoner (computator), 446

Peter, sixth-place (senarius), 389

Peter, son of (Henry Fitz Ailwin) the mayor, and his brother Thomas, 363

Peter, son of John Olivant, 381

Peter, son of Laurence de Burton, 376

Peter, son of Richard, 398–9

Peter, son of Roger, le Duc, 381

Peter, son of William son of Alulf, 377

Peter Want', 374

Petet, see Walter

Petsoe, see Adam

Peverell, see Gervase; Jordan; Nicholas; Rannulph

Philip, 284

Philip, chaplain of Abbot William, monk of Westminster, 308

Philip de Camera, 466–7

Philip, monk of Westminister, 245

Philip, Mr, 439

Philip, nephew of Abbot (William), 352

Philip of Daventry, 281

Philip of Oxhey, 333

Philip of Poitou, Mr, bp-elect of Durham, 307; bp of Durham, 314

Philip of St Michael, 315; and his brother Gilbert, 301

Philip of Winchester, 384

Philip of Windsor, 386

Philip, priest, 352

Philip, priest of St Matthew's Friday Street, 381

Philip Revel, 474

Philip, scribe, 383

Philomena, 255

Picot (Pichot, Pycot), 242; mason (cementarius), 261

Picot see also Geoffrey; Paul; Walter; William

Pierleoni, see Peter

Pimerich, see John

Pinchehaste, see Geoffrey

Pipard, see Gilbert

Pipe Roll, quitclaim enrolled on. 344

Pirone, seeGeoffrey

Pisa (Italy), 155

Pisa, see also Henry

Pistree, see Matthew

Plumstead, see Randulph

Poitevin, see Simon; William

Poitiers, archdeacon, 135, 222, 277–8, 281, 468

Poitou, see Philip

Polehanger, see Deodatus; Geoffrey

Polestead, see Hugh

Pont de I'Arche, see Robert

Pont-Audemer, see Henry

Pontefract, see Ralph; William

Pope, the, p10, p13; 152–86, 190, 204, 221, 482

Port, see Hugh

Portchester (Hants), 128, 148

Postard, see Ernulph; William, abbot of Westminster

Potterne, see James; Ralph

Potel, see Michael

Poughley, (Berks), priory, p4

Powick (Worcs), manor, 243

Prell, see Robert

Preston, Prestune, see Godfrey; Ralph; Thomas

Provencal, see William

Puiset, see Hugh

Purcel, see Ralph

Pyrford (Surr, Pirefo'), 67, 17–18, 44, 65, 83, 148

Pyrford, see also Wisgar

Q

Quarel, see Osbert

Quarrendon, see Geoffrey; Ralph

Quarremars, see Ralph

Quincy (Quency), see Saher

R

R ( ), 347

R ( ), fugitive to Westminster, 239

R ( ), sheriff of Sussex, 273

R (Ralph or Robert), abbot of St Albans, 118

Rainbald, alias Regenbald, royal chancellor, 22

Ralph, archdeacon of Hereford, justice, 316

Ralph Arundel, 260, 306; abbot of Westminster, p3, p7, pp18–19; 148–9, 227, 233, 327–38, 345, 363, 402, 476–7, 484

Ralph, baker, 404

Ralph Basset, 449

Ralph Baynard, 236; sheriff of London, 24

Ralph Bereng', 302

Ralph Blund, 294

Ralph Brand, 342–3; his son Hamo, 383

Ralph, Breton (Bretun), 291

Ralph Brito, 342–3; and his wife and children, 206

Ralph, brother of Abbot Gervase, 258, 269

Ralph, brother of Abbot Laurence, 280, 404

Ralph, brother of John, alderman, 378

Ralph, brother of Joyce the vintner, 289

Ralph, brother of William of Moulsham, 285

Ralph, chamberlain of Abbot Walter, 298

Ralph, chaplain, 378, 454–5

Ralph, clerk, 263, 265, 269, 407, 466–7

Ralph, clerk of Exeter, 468

Ralph, Clerk (surname, not occupation), 406

Ralph de Alta Ripa, Mr, 207

Ralph de Beaumont, Mr, physician, royal clerk, parson of Bloxham, 286

Ralph de Berners (Berineres), 464

Ralph de Crout, 278

Ralph de Hairun, 462; and his nephew Geoffrey, 436

Ralph de Huville, 474

Ralph Deire, 301

Ralph de Preston, 453–5

Ralph de Quatremars, 292–3

Ralph de Rosei, 327, 386–7

Ralph d'Escures, abp of Canterbury, 72, 76–8

Ralph de Ulla, 368

Ralph diabolus (devil), 242

Ralph Fitz Algod, 242

Ralph Fitz Stephen, royal chamberlain, 306; of Boulogne, 328, 442

Ralph Flahun, 375

Ralph, fruiterer, 389

Ralph, goldsmith, 354, 476

Ralph Hurel, 406

Ralph le chauv (bald), 447

Ralph Marsh, 277

Ralph Mauduit, 435

Ralph, monk of Westminster, 490

Ralph, Mr, 275, 380

Ralph of Arundel (? the future abbot). 260, 306

Ralph of Boulogne, 442

Ralph of Broomhill (Bruhill), 298

Ralph of Chiswick, 439

Ralph of Coggeshall, 285

Ralph of Cornhill, 294–5

Ralph of Cowden (Kuden), 490

Ralph of Ebury, and his son John, 404

Ralph of Emsworth (Immurtha), 452

Ralph of Exeter, 277

Ralph of Latton, 474

Ralph of Moulsham, 275, 404

Ralph of Pattishall, justice, 330

Ralph of Pontefract, 250, 340

Ralph of Potterne, 479

Ralph of Quarrendon, 267

Ralph of Salisbury, 304, 306

Ralph of Seven Fountains, 270, 280, 406–7, 428, 452, 464; and his brother Henry, 323, 481

Ralph of Tockington, 301, 453–5

Ralph of Winchester, 290

Ralph of Wood Street, 291

Ralph Olivant, 381

Ralph Oxford, 381

Ralph Palmer, cutler, 384

Ralph, parson of Hendon, 459

Ralph Perer, 384

Ralph, precentor (cantor) (? of St Paul's cathedral), 369

Ralph, priest, 380

Ralph Purcel, 386

Ralph Rufus, 447

Ralph Runt, and Alexander his brother, 263

Ralph, sergeant of the church (of Westminster), 360, 407, 443–4, 451, 480

Ralph, shipwright, 353

Ralph, son of Adam, 289–90

Ralph, son of Nigel, 270

Ralph, son of Robert, 383

Ralph, son of Simon, alderman, 375

Ralph, son of Turold (of Ockendon) the dapifer, oblate monk of Hurley, 462

Ralph Swift, 458

Ralph Testard, 419–20

Rami Cur', see Richard

Randulph (one of six brothers), 374

Randulph Fiket, 411; see also Rannulph

Randulph Fiz, cook, and his son Richard, 406

Randulph of Plumstead, 246

Randulph, sergeant of Abbot Walter, 490

Rannulph, 380

Rannulph, chancellor, 68–9, 79–80, 82–3

Rannulph, clerk of Feering, 207; brother of pope Adrian IV, 208; and his son N, 208

Rannulph de Glanville, justiciar, 287, 296, 463

Rannulph Fiket, 397; see also Randulph

Rannulph Fitz Rannulph, 61

Rannulph Flambard, 56

Rannulph of Gedding, baron of the Exchequer, 287

Rannulph Peverell, 91

Rannulph, priest, 372

Rannulph, servant of William of Northolt, 453

Rannulph, sheriff of Surrey, 24, 26, 44

Rannulph Sprot, 379

Rannulph, treasurer of Salisbury, 482

Rannulph Wolf, 456

Reading (Berks), abbey, p6

Reed, see Walter

Reginald, 383

Reginald, baker, 414; baker of Richard (Fitz Nigel), bp of London, 392; and his wife Emma, 390–1

Reginald, brother of St James's hospital, Westminster, 288

Reginald, carpenter, 396, 411

Reginald, cutler, (cuteler), 384

Reginald, earl of Cornwall, 132

Reginald, goldsmith, 396

Reginald le Viel, sheriff of London, 342–3

Reginald of Argentan, 314

Reginald of Cornhill, 486

Reginald of Thanet, 474

Reginald of Winchester, 488

Reginald, son of Serlo, 300

Reinald Barill, 340

Reiner, baker, 390

Remenham (Berks), chapel, 462

Remy, bp of Lincoln, 2–3, 31, 37, 46

Revel, see Andrew; Philip; Robert; William

Reviers, see Richard

Reymund, 294

Rheims, see William

Richard I, king, p3, p12; 140–46, 300, 304, 310, 314, 316, 319, 323–4, 378, 395, 419, 439

Richard, 246

Richard of Dover, abp of Canterbury, 201–2; his chaplain, 202

Richard Aguillun, 298

Richard altus (tall), 413, 419

Richard Barre, archdeacon of Ely, justice, 310, 316

Richard Basset, 95; sheriff of Mddx, 94

Richard Blund, 258, 270, 373; and his wife, parents and children, and nephew Robert, 385

Richard, chaplain, 387, 474

Richard, chaplain of St Mary Magdalen, 357

Richard, chaplain of the (Holy) Innocents, 398–9

Richard, clerk, 352

Richard, clerk (of Abbot Walter), 303

Richard Cobold, 376

Richard, cook, 250

Richard crassus (fat), 357

Richard, deacon, 358

Richard de Balie, 301

Richard de Balta, 88, 108

Richard de Barentin 139, 144

Richard de Belmeis I, bp of London, p14; 70, 84, 93, 97, 203

Richard de Belmeis II, archdeacon of Mddx, 196; bp of London, p14; 204

Richard de Chaune, 474

Richard de Coleliva, prior of Ruislip, 361

Richard de Dol, 327, 337, 402–3, 419–20, 423, 425–6, 428, 441, 476–7; seneschal of Westminster, 328, 333, 335, 356, 411–12, 422, 429, 433, 442, 447–9, 461, 466–7, 473, 482, 484–5

Richard de Fracheville, 199

Richard de Furmonville, 254

Richard de Hairun, monk of Westminster, 254

Richard de l'Evigny, 464

Richard de Lirling', Mr, clerk, 359

Richard de Lucy, 113, 119, 206; justice, 281

Richard de Mandeville, 242, 462

Richard de Monte, sheriff of Oxon, 71

Richard de Osumull, 269

Richard de Rami Cur', 242

Richard de Reviers, 60

Richard de Vercoroli, 470

Richard, dispenser, kinsman (? of Richard Blund), 258

Richard Dod, 379

Richard, doorkeeper, (janitor), 297, 312, 319, 322, 336, 353, 395, 476, 482

Richard Fitz Nigel, bp-elect of London, 140; bp of London, p14, p18; 147, 212–19, 230, 313, 390, 434, 439; royal treasurer, justice, 281, 287, 296; his chamberlain, 434

Richard Ritz Reinfrid, 295

Richard Fitz Reyner, 292–5, 343–3, 361; citizen of London, 352; sheriff of London, 290

Richard Fitz William, 465; and his son William, 478

Richard Giffard, 386

Richard, hosier (calicerius), 358

Richard, monk and chaplain of Abingdon, 323, 481

Richard, Mr, brother of Nicholas archdeacon of London, 369

Richard, Mr, physician, 361

Richard Muschat, 439

Richard of Barking, 288, 297–8, 303, 306, 352, 404, 447–8

Richard of Bushey, monk of Westminster, 258, 270–1

Richard of Claygate, and his brother Geoffrey, 395; and his brother Robert, 416

Richard of Cowley, 454–5

Richard of Dover, abp of Canterbury, p14, 138, 201–2, 293, 463

Richard of Ebury, 245

Richard of Finchley, clerk/chaplain of Richard Fitz Nigel, bp of London, 212, 218

Richard of Hereford, 389

Richard of Herriard (Herierd, Heriet), 312, 314, 325, 331, 476; justice, 310, 316, 330

Richard of Ilchester, p9; 139; archdeacon of Poitiers, 135, 222, 277–8, 281, 468; bp of Winchester, p18; 139, 144, 231–2, 287, 361, 437–8, 457; his nephews, 139, 144

Richard of Medmenham, 425; his sons, 410

Richard of Paddington, and his wife, 296

Richard of Rochelle, 464

Richard of St John, 368

Richard of Stapely, clerk, 484

Richard of Stortford, canon of St Paul's, London, 206

Richard of the cellar, 410, 412, 414, 419, 432–3

Richard of the Peak (del Pec'), justice, 324

Richard of Windsor, clerk of Richard Fitz Nigel, bp of London, 215

Richard, painter, 404

Richard, porter, 309, 313, 409

Richard, priest, 261, 460

Richard, priest of Southwick, 270

Richard, prior of Westminster, 306

Richard, reeve (of Westminster), 250, 258, 261, 263, 265, 269

Richard Ruffus, archdeacon of Essex, 380

Richard, smelter (funditor), 446

Richard Sobuld', 384

Richard, son of Alexander de Barentin, 139, 144

Richard, son of Alfred, 396

Richard, son of Edmund, 311, 327–8, 346, 356, 403, 408, 410–11, 413–4, 418–20, 423–4, 426–7, 429, 433, 435, 441–2, 447–9, 458, 461, 485; knight, 412, 343

Richard, son of Geoffrey Picot, 304

Richard, son of Heimund, 390

Richard, son of Herbert, 242

Richard, son of Hugh of Colham, 453

Richard, son of Laurence, 381

Richard, son of Leofwine Kepe, 404

Richard, son of Oswant, 377

Richard, son of Randulph, 393, 430

Richard, son of Randulph Fiz, cook, 406

Richard, son of Randulph, 387, 410, 440, 451

Richard, son of Reginald, 379

Richard, son of Roger, 375

Richard, son of William Fitz Reyner, 370, 372–3

Richard, son of William Noloth, 398–9

Richard Testard, 333, 347–8, 391, 393, 403, 407–8, 411–12, 415–17, 419, 422–30, 432, 435, 442, 451, 477; and his brother John, 327, 446, 449; and his father Robert, 426; reeve of Westminster. 437–8

Richer, 436, 462, 488

Richer of the king's seld, 381

Richer (Ricg) de Colet, 246

Richer, son of Evrard, 263

Richer, son of Richard the reeve, 263

Ridel, see Geoffrey

Rie, see Roger

Ripa, see William

Robert (de Garron), abbot of St Albans, 281

Robert, abbot of St Stephen's, Caen, 307

Robert, baker (pistor), 366, 376

Robert Bloet, 48; bp of Lincoln, 61, 76, 79, 81, 242, 475

Robert Blund, 355, 373; butcher, 372; nephew of Richard, 385

Robert, brother of Geoffrey the smith, 440

Robert, brother of William son of Robert, 385

Robert Catamus, 380

Robert Champart, bp of London, abp of Canterbury, p2

Robert, chaplain, 347, 358, 390, 439

Robert, chaplain of Mr Silvester, 369

Robert, chaplain of St Martin, Ludgate, 359–60

Robert, chaplain of Tovy, 245

Robert, clerk, 275

Robert, clerk de Becham (?Beckenham, Kent), and his brother Osbert, 298

Robert Code, 209

Robert Crutgeorne, 393

Robert de Ardre, parson of Oakham, 337

Robert de Aumary, justice, 338

Robert de Beaumont (kinsman of the count of Meulan), 47

Robert de Beaumont, count of Meulan, 34–5, 47

Robert de Beaumont, earl of Leicester, 103, 281

Robert de Bertherel, 86

Robert de Beslun 242

Robert de Broc (Broch), 304, 386

Robert de Bureswelle, 208

Robert de Chesney (Chaisn), 253; bp of Lincoln, 119, 127, 190, 195, 221–2, 270

Robert de Clare, 323, 481

Robert de Fraxineto, 311

Robert de Lenn', 318

Robert de Martinville, 298

Robert de Nova Villa, 439

Robert de Pont de I'Arche, 135

Robert de Scribab', 304

Robert de Sigillo, bp of London, 380

Robert de Valognes, 474

Robert de Vere, 113

Robert Dispenser, 51, 66; and his wife, and his brother Urse (d'Abetot), 488

Robert Fitz Egenulph, 479

Robert Fitz Ralph, and his wife Katherine, 474

Robert Fitz Reyner, canon of St Mary, Southwark, 362

Robert Fitz Richard, 107–8

Robert Fitz Wimarc, 32

Robert Foliot, 101, 195, 271, 341; and his wife Margaret, and his brother Ernulph, 479

Robert Foliot, canon of St Paul's cathedral, London, 210

Robert Gernon, 91

Robert, goldsmith, 396

Robert, gooseherd (aucus), 380

Robert, hosier (caliciarius), 388

Robert Justice, 384

Robert Latimer, 20

Robert le Brutun, 485

Robert Marinlli', 434

Robert, marshall, 307, 318, 353; marshall of Abbot Gervase, and his esquire Ralph, 269

Robert Mauduit (Mauduyt), 321, 335, 346, 409, 480; chamberlain of the Exchequer, p19; 311–12, 327, 329, 421–2, 427, 446, 449–50; his caretaker, 312; his household staff, 312; his wife, see Isabel Basset

Robert, miller, 440

Robert Nadler, 440

Robert Niger (black), 374

Robert of Bagnor (Baignor), 412; and his wife Derewenne, 423

Robert of Bassingbourn, 335, 421

Robert of Bedford, Mr, clerk of Hugh of Avallon, bp of Lincoln, 223

Robert of Benfleet, 404

Robert of Burnham, 277–8

Robert of Canterbury, 458

Robert of Claygate, 346, 390, 395, 403, 414, 417–8, 428, 434, 439, 447–8, 450; Robert brother of Richard of Claygate, 416

Robert of Clevelode (Cliverolide), 285

Robert of Cornhill, 255

Robert of Croxley (Crochelle, Crokesleg', Krokesleg'), 328, 335, 346, 390, 402–3, 408, 410, 412, 414, 418–9, 423–4, 426–7, 429, 432, 441–2, 447–8, 450, 461, 466–7, 476–7, 484–5

Robert of Deerhurst, 452

Robert of Eckington (Echinton), 488

Robert of Essex, son of Sweyn, 249

Robert of Fleet, Templar, 354

Robert of Gloucester, Mr, 335

Robert of Hackney, fruiterer, 384

Robert of Hardres, archdeacon of Huntingdon, 482

Robert of Marlborough, 342–3

Robert of Micklefield, 333

Robert of Moulsham, precentor of Westminster, p17; 429–30; prior of Westminster, p17; 345–8, 408, 411, 425, 441–2; proctor of the Lady Altar, 346–8, 411

Robert of Northampton, 394

Robert of Rockingham, 311–12, 328, 335, 395, 397–9, 403, 413, 421–2, 433, 445, 449; his son Robert, 394, 397

Robert of Shirburn, 297

Robert of Stanmore, and his son Simon, 397

Robert of the Marsh, 357

Robert of the Temple, 395

Robert of the Tower, 372–3; clerk, 255

Robert of the Wood, 452

Robert of the wood of Aldenham, 466–7

Robert of Watton, son of Ralph, 474

Robert of Wembley, 454–5; and his brother Ailward and son Robert, 397

Robert of Whitefield, baron of the Exchequer, 287, 304; justice, 319, 324

Robert of Wick, and his father Peter, 305

Robert of Wrotham, 376

Robert, palmer, 288, 389

Robert Prell, 367

Robert, priest of St Mary Somerset, 275

Robert, priest of St Giles's hospital, 289

Robert, prior of Merton, 268

Robert, prior of Westminster, 236, 241

Robert Revel, 300

Robert, sacrist of Westminster, 253

Robert Simple, 454–5; sergeant of William of Northolt, 453

Robert, smith, 358, 389

Robert, son of Alan, 227

Robert, son of Alice, 381; and his brothers Martin and William, 364

Robert, son of Brictric, 352

Robert, son of Edward, 374–5

Robert, son of Elias de Stent', 472

Robert, son of Geoffrey, 291

Robert, son of Gerin, 313; son of Gerin of Westminster, 440

Robert, son of King Henry I, earl of Gloucester, p9; 78, 98

Robert, son of Ricold, 337

Robert, son of Robert of Rockingham, 394, 397

Robert, son of Robert of Wembley, 397

Robert, son of the jester (nebularius), 380

Robert, son of Sweyn, 237

Robert, son of Torold, 397; son of Turold the physician, 394

Robert, son of Walchelin (Walkelin), 261, 289, 297

Robert Tailleboys, and his brothers Roger and Simon, 281

Robert Taylepast, 472

Robert Testard, 280, 404, 426

Robert Trenchevent, 431

Robert Wedertot, 379

Robert Winchester, sheriff of London, 366–7

Rochelle, see John; Richard

Rochester (Kent), 151

Rochford, see John; Thomas

Rockingham, see Robert; William

Roding, White (Essex, Roinges), 464; tithe, 92, 211, 251

Roger, baker, 375

Roger Bigod, 65

Roger Blund, 458, 462

Roger, bp of Salisbury, 83, 108, 111

Roger Branc', monk of Westminster, 254

Roger, brother of Everard the goldsmith, 381

Roger, brother of Hugh Mascherell, 436

Roger, brother of Robert Tailleboys, 281

Roger, Bursar (le Borser), mercer (mercennarius), 382

Roger, carpenter, 358

Roger, chamberlain (cubicularius), 275

Roger, chancellor (? of the bp of Séez), 365

Roger, chaplain, 404, 406, 416; of Abbot Walter, 302

Roger, chaplain of Richard Fitz Nigel, bp of London, 214

Roger, clerk, 275, 376

Roger, clerk of the abbot of Westminster,

Roger, constable of the Tower (of London), 484

Roger, cook, 419

Roger de Cardville, 376

Roger de Curland', 261

Roger de Friville, 327, 386–7, 389, 391

Roger de la Dune, 453

Roger de la Rie, 395

Roger de Stanton, 271, 341

Roger de Torcy, and his brother William, 234

Roger de Vere, 247

Roger Duket, 353

Roger Enganet, 260, 288, 291, 297, 309, 311–13, 321, 336, 347, 352, 360, 391, 407, 415, 422, 425, 435, 437–8, 440, 446, 457, 480; reeve of Westminster, p19; 395, 416

Roger Fitz Reinfrid, 304; baron of the Exchequer, 287; justice, 319

Roger Fitz Robert, archdeacon of Middlesex, 203

Roger Foliot, 486

Roger Fot, 407, 432, 449

Roger French (Fraunceys), and his son William, 445

Roger Huscarl, justice, 338

Roger, infirmarer of Westminster, p18; 169

Roger Judas, 394

Roger le Duc, and Peter his son, 381

Roger of Cornhill, 366; and his brother Walter, 367

Roger of Crimplesham (Crampesham), 477

Roger of Knockholt (Cnokethald), 460

Roger of Longbridge, 465

Roger of Lulworth (Lolleswurda), Mr, 285

Roger of Meriden (Merden, Meriend, Muriden), 261, 319, 333

Roger of Missendon, 453–5; his uncle, see William of Northolt

Roger of Mortain, 254

Roger of Northampton, 301

Roger of Pershore, 247

Roger of Rolleston, Mr, archdeacon of Leicester, 224, 226

Roger of St Edmund, 369

Roger of Stradsett, 477

Roger of Whinburgh (Wenberga), 479

Roger of Worcester, clerk of Gilbert Foliot, bp of London, 211

Roger (one of six brothers), 374

Roger Paschar, 432

Roger Peppercon, 260

Roger, priest, 288

Roger, priest of the household of Queen Eleanor, 300

Roger, smith, 397

Roger, son of Ace, 394

Roger, son of Alan, 292, 294–5, 342–3, 352–3, 361, 363, 371, 377–8, 381

Roger, son of Billehold, 380

Roger, son of Edward, 485

Roger, son of Simon, 333

Roger, son of William of Wheathampstead, 269, 452

Roger Welsh, 366–7

Roland Blancfront, 318

Rolleston, see Roger

Rome (Italy), p2; 152, Lateran, 154, 156–61, 164–5, 178–9, 183–6; papal curia, 158; St Peter's, 180–2; Third Lateran Council, 179; Trastevere, 162

Rosamund Clifford, p12

Rose, cushion-maker (custurere), alias Rose de Bleis (widow of William Turpin), p19; 387, 435; wife of William Turpin, 386

Rosei, see Ralph

Rouen (Normandy), 131; abp, 76, 319, 401

Roxeth, see Derwin; Hamo, Hugh

Ruding, la, see Geoffrey; Gilbert;

Rufus, Ruffus, see Geoffrey; Gilbert; Laurence; Ralph; Richard

Ruislip (Mddx), prior, 361

Runt, see Ralph

Rutland, churches, 55–6; tithe, 45

S

Sabrin, 394

Saeberht, king of the East Saxons, and his wife, p1

Sagrin, 242

Saher de Quincy, 386

St Agnes, second feast of, 283

St Alban, see Henry

St Albans (Herts), 118–21; abbey, p15; 282; abbot, 118, 208, 225, 281–2, 318, 333, as papal judge-delegate, 323; abbot's bailiff, 333; honorial barons, 282; monks, 281–2; prior, p15

St Albans, see also Maurice

St Benet of Hulme, abbot, 118

St Botolph, see Alwold; Walter

St Calais, see William

St Clare, see Osbert

St Davids, bp, 231, 242

St Edmund, see Roger

St Faith, see William

St Giles (Holborn), lepers of the hospital, 355

St Helen, see William

St Ives (Hunts) prior, 267

St John, see Richard

St Katharine, grant made in her honour, 231

St Leger, see Geoffrey

St Leonard, dedicatee of Hurley priory, 266

St Liz (Senleia), see Osbert

St Margaret Bridge Street, see Geoffrey

St Martin, see Godfrey

St Michael, see Philip; William

St Neots (Hunts), monk, 479; prior, 479

St Osyth (Essex, St Osith), canons, 390, 392

St Paul, cult promoted at Westminster abbey, p13; 187–8, 193, 229, 335, 373, 404

St Peter, advocate of Westminster abbey, 244, 252; altar, 240, 248, 272, 283, 297, 317, 326, 335; consecrator of Westminster abbey, p14; cult promoted at Westminster abbey, p13; 187–8, 192–3, 200, 229; dedicatee of Westminster abbey, p1; 2–6, 8, 10–13, 15–18, 20–21, 23–32, 34–41, 44–6, 48–9, 52–5, 59–60, 70, 76–80, 86, 92–3, 113–14, 118, 121, 152, 159, 231–2, 234, 237, 247, 249, 250–2, 257, 266–71, 273–4, 279, 282, 287, 295, 301, 335, 240–1, 350–53, 355–6, 359–60, 362, 364–5, 371–2, 377–8, 385, 387–8, 391–2, 401, 404, 411, 417, 420, 429, 436, 441–2, 453, 460–2, 465, 470, 473, 475, 478–80, 488–9; guarantor of anathema, 326, 345; guarantor of sanctuary, 238–10, 248, 272, 274; protector of Westminster abbey, 154; his soke, 112

St Peter and St Paul, dedicatees of Westminster abbey, 373; guarantors of anathema, 335

Ste Mère Eglise, see William

Saledis, 260

Salisbury (Wilts, Saresbiria), bp, 32, 83, 108, 111, 421–2, 434, 462; earl, 149; treasurer, 482

Salisbury, see also Edward; Ralph

Salomon, Salamon, chaplain, 416, 440, 445

Salomon, priest, 44

Salomon of Stepney (Steb', Stibbeta, Stubbeheda), 255, 258, 261

Salomon, son of William chaplain of St Martin, 404

Salvage, see James

Sampson Deirel, 301

Sampson, Mr, 352

Sampson, son of Hakon, 479

Sandridge (Herts, Sandrug'), 282; priest, 282

Sandridge, see also Gregory

Sandwich, see William

Sartrin, see Aschetill; John

Saval de Osenville, 646

Sawal, clerk, 406

Sawbridgeworth (Herts, Sabrihteswrtha), 87; church, 86, 170, 185, 203, 211, 283–4, 469–70; tenants, 284, 469

Sawston, see Benedict

Say, see Geoffrey

Scad, see Elias

Scalt, see Gerbod

Scarborough, see William

Scotland, 100, 102; king, see David; Malcolm III; Malcolm IV; royal dapifers, 100

Scribab', see Robert

Scune, see Leofwine

Sèez (France), bp, 365

Sens (France), 171

Serlo, mercer, 376; son of Hugh, 375; son of Hugh of Kent, 374

Serlo, Mr. 228

Serman, Sermann, 342–3

Settesb', see Elias

Seven Fountains, see Ralph

Sheperton (Mddx, Seperton), 83

Shepperton, see also Alan

Shirburn (Oxon, Schireburn), see Robert

Shouldham (Norf, Suldham), nunnery, p15; nuns and brethren, 476–7

Sig', see William

Sigillo, see Nicholas; Robert

Silvester Abraham, 375

Silvester, Mr. and his chaplain, 369

Simon, abbot of St Albans, 282

Simon Bat, 366–7

Simon Blund, fishmonger, 372

Simon, brother of Everard the goldsmith, 275

Simon, brother of Robert Tailleboys, 281

Simon calvus (bald), 319

Simon, chamberlain, 307

Simon, chaplain, 387, 392, 445, 480

Simon, chaplain of the New Hospital (outside Bishopsgate), 362

Simon, chaplain of St Michael Cornhill, dominus, 384

Simon, clerk, 275, 280, 452

Simon, clerk of Abbot Laurence, 284–5

Simon, clerk of the abbot of Westminster, 470

Simon, clerk, vicar of Deene, 223

Simon, cook, 258, 269

Simon de Valence, clerk, Mr, parson of St Magnus the Martyr, 220

Simon, fishmonger (pessunier), 357, 373

Simon Fitz Peter, justice, 281

Simon, forester, 366; his wife, see Emma

Simon Hurell and his wife Margaret, 417–8

Simon, Mr, clerk, 359

Simon, Mr, parson of Todenham, 233

Simon of Bosworth (Bareswrd, Bareswrth), 307, 353, 481; Mr, 323

Simon of Buckton, 322

Simon of Deene and his son Ivo, 338, 480

Simon of Denham, clerk of Abbot Laurence, 404

Simon of Fleet Bridge, and his wife Agnes, 397

Simon of London, Mr, 328, 335, 420, 424; parson of Launton, 227; son of Walter Niger, 356, 431; his parents 356, 431

Simon of Paris, 292; father of Matilda, 460; son of Osmar, 201–2

Simon of Pattishall, 311-12, 319, 325, 331, 334, 338

Simon of Southwell, Mr, 482

Simon of the Gaol, 395, 411

Simon (one of six brothers), 374

Simon, painter, 447–8; son of William the painter, 404

Simon Poitevin , 419–20

Simon, son of Osbert, 267

Siric, 246

Sisavern, Sisseverna, see William

Siward of Dunstable, 279

Smud, see Martin

Soam, see Geoffrey

Soubuld', see Richard

Soilli (Soliaco), see Henry

Sothall, see Henry

Southall, see William

Southampton (Hants), 129

Southwark (Surr, Sowthwerk, Suwerk), 232, 249; priory of St Mary Overy, 357, 362; canon, 357, 362; prior, 362

Southwell, see Simon

Southwick (Northants, Sudwic), priest, 270

Sparrow (Sparewe), see Pentecost

Sperling (Sperleng), see John; Marona; Martin; Walter, son of Alexander; William

Sprot, see Rannulph

Staffordshire (Statfordescira), 5, 304; sheriff, 5

Staines (Mddx, Stanes), church, 166, 179, 216; and its chapels, 176; chaplain, 431; manor, 38, 53; New Court, 457; vill, 458

Staines, see also John; Matthew; William son of Richard

Stanerda (or Stanertha, ?Stanwick, Northants), 270; priest, 270

Stanmore, see Robert

Stanning, see Hugh

Stanstead, see Laurence; William

Stanton, see Roger

Stantus, see Walter

Stapely, see Richard

Stent', see Elias

Stephen, king, p3, pp9–12, p16; 105–21, 140, 197; his children. 105, 114, 118–20

Stephen Blund, 294–5; mercer, 371

Stephen, butler (pincerna), 460

Stephen, chamberlain, 319, 369

Stephen, count of Blois (father of King Stephen), 105

Stephen de Boulogne, 291

Stephen de Sven, 356

Stephen (of Tours, alias de Marazai), seneschal of Anjou, 386

Stephen, goldsmith, 354, 358–60

Stephen, healer (sanitarius), his wife and heirs, 361

Stephen, hosier (calicerius), 358

Stephen, kinsman of Thomas Becket, 365

Stephen, mercer, 290

Stephen, nephew of William, 263

Stephen of Acton (Heketona), 446

Stephen of Barking, 309, 311, 327–8, 335–6, 346, 356, 387, 390–2, 395, 402–3, 407–16, 418–30, 432–5, 441–2, 449–51, 480, 485; clerk, 461

Stephen of Conteville, 269

Stephen of Ebury, 397

Stephen of the Strand, 396

Stephen of Turnham and his wife Edelina, 314

Stephen, person of Hendon, 459

Stephen, son of Osbert, 431

Stephen, son of Walding, 275–6

Stepney, see Salomon; Walter

Stevenage (Herts, Stithenache, Stythenach), 471–3; places in: Brueria, 473; Cureswell, 472–3; Flittenmere, 473; Gosiacre, 471; Linden, 473; Livdane, 472; Long Acre. 472–3; Rodingge, Ruddinge, 472–3; Sangerescroft, Songerescroft, 472–3 Slittemere, 472

Stevenage, see also Beatrice daughter of Iseult; Gilbert

Stigand, abp of Canterbury, 6

Stockbury (Kent, Stockingebire), 482

Stortford, see John; Richard; William

Stow (Lincs), archdeacon, 209, 224

Stradsett, see Roger

Stratford (Essex, Stretfort), 24, 339

Stratford Langthorne (Essex), abbot, 206, 225, 323

Streatfield (Hants), 34

Strensham (Worcs, Strengesham), 490

Stiteville, see John

Stuth, see Hugh

Stuttel (Sticael, Stutel), see William

Sudborough (Northants), priests, 270

Subborough, see also Walter

Sudbury (Suff), burgesses, 72; priory of St Bartholomew, p4; 72, 130, 166, 171 monks, 130

Suffac, 134

Suen', see Walter

Suffolk, 72, 130

Sulby (Northants, Sulebi), 339; manor, 195, 479

Sulcard, monk of Westminster, p2, pp 8–9, p 14

Sumer (Somer), see Henry

Sumery, see Emma daughter of Ralph

Sunbury (Mddx, Sunebir', Sunnebiry, Sunneburia, Sunnebury, Sunnetbyr), 133, 452; church, 217, 315; rector, 217

Sunbury, see also Adam; Juliana

Surrey (Surreia), 6, 13, 17–18, 21, 44, 60, 83; archdeacon, 105; sheriff, 17, 24, 26, 44, 65, 82–3, 125, 148, 238

Surrey, see also Otbert

Sussex (Southsexia), 96, 117, 129, 272–3; justices, 129; justiciar, 117; sheriff, 117, 129, 273–3

Sutton (Surr, Suddun), 297

Sutton, see also Osbert; Peter

Swanscomber (Kent, Swenescam), church, 482-3; parson, 483

Swawold, sheriff of Oxon, 7

Swerford, see Alexander

Sweyn, 24, 305

Sweyn, chaplain of Nicholas archdeacon of London, 368

Sweyn, kinsman of King Edward, 60

Sweyn of Essex, 249, 465

Sweyn, priest of Stanerda (?Stanwick, Northants), 270

Sweyn, sheriff of Essex, 9–10, 16–23

Swift, see Ralph

Syen, see Stephen

T

Taber, see Hugh

Tailleboys, see Ivo; Robert; Elias son of Taileboys, 479

Talemasche, see William

Tany, see Hasculf; Gralent

Taplow, see Alan

Taunton (Somerset, Tanton, Tautune), archdeacon of, 484

Taunton, see also Thomas

Taylepast, see Robert

Teddington (Mddx, Todington', Tudinton), 133, 316, 452

Templars, chapter, 354; master, in England, p15; 354; preceptor, in London, 354; see also Henry; Robert of Fleet; Robert; William of the Temple

Teold (Thiwald), canon of St Paul's, 380

Terric, son of Albric, 293

Testard, see John; Ralph; Richard; Robert

Tetworth (Hunts, Tetewrde), 242

Tey, Little (Essex), chapel, 211

Thames, river, p16, 314, 366–7, 377, 486

Thanet, see Reginald

Theburg (Theobrug), see Laurence

Theobald, abp of Canterbury, p14, p17; 110–11, 119, 195–200

Theobald, nephew of Thomas Becket, 365

Theobald of Feering 309, 312–13, 319, 321–Abbot William 3, 353, 395, 409, 428, 457, 481

Theodoric 380

Thiwold, see Teold

Thomas Becket, royal chancellor, 124; abp of Canterbury, p14; 365; saint, 298; his

kinsman, his nephews his sister, 382, 384

Thomas, brother of Pancras, sergeant of the sacritsty, 328

Thomas, butler (pincerna), 263, 315, 318–19, 322

Thomas, chaplain, 365

Thomas, chaplain of St Clement Danes,396

Thomas, clerk, 297, 304, 482; attornery (tornatus), 468

Thomas de Barentin, 139, 144

Thomas de Camera, 335, 466–7

Thomas de Chimilly (Chimilli, Chimili), 335, 439, 486

Thomas de Dol, 335

Thomas de Preston, 334

Thomas de St John of Ebury, 447

Thomas de Vaim, 291

Thomas, fishmonger, 372

Thomas Gandeshider, 355

Thomas, goldsmith, 381

Thomas, Mr, physician (fisicus), 431

Thomas of Haverhill, 362, 371, 377, 458; son of William of Haverhill, 355, 363–4

Thomas of Hurstbourne, 457; Mr and justice, 310, 316, 319, 325

Thomas of Newgate, scribe, 313

Thomas of Northampton, 301

Thomas of Rochford, 446

Thomas of Taunton, Templar, 354

Thomas of Windsor, 311–12, 421, 446; and his son John, 422

Thomas, priest, 288

Thomas, son of Alexander de Barentin, 139, 144

Thomas, son of Barbelot, 297

Thomas, son of Celestria widow of Daniel de Aqua of Aldenham, 466; son of Daniel, 467

Thomas, son of Emma, 390

Thomas, son of Gilbert of Meppershall, 472

Thomas, son of (Henry Fitz Ailwin) the mayor, 363

Thomas, son of Hodierna, 366–7

Thomas, son of John, alderman, 364

Thomas, son of John Fitz Herlicun, 381

Thomas, son of Laurence, 381

Thomas, son of Pavia, 419, 424, 442

Thomas, son of Philip, 300

Thomas, vintner, 387, 393, 398–9, 402, 408, 414, 421–3, 425–6, 430, 433–5, 440, 461

Thorney Island, (Mddx), p1, p14

Thorneys, see John

Thorp (Rutl), vill, 337

Thorpe (Lincs), soke, 31

Thorpe (Suff.), 130

Thorpe-on-the-Hill (Lincs), church, 209, 224; parson, 224

Thrapston, see John

Thurkill, sheriff of Staffs, 5

Thurold, dapifer of Odo bp of Bayeux, 48

Thurstan, Frenchman (Franciger), 389

Thurstan, housecarl, 11

Tilbury (Essex), 23

Titeburst (Herts, Titebirste), 339

Tockington, see Godfrey; Ralph

Todenham (Gloucs, Todeham), church, 233; mill, 306; parson, 233; vill, 306

Tolleshunt, see Edward

Toltric, see Henry

Tonge (Hunts, Tunge), 242

Tooting (Surr), 24, 26, 60; Tooting Bec, 26

Torcy, Torsi, see Roger; William

Torp (Suff), 130

Tostig, earl, and his wife Leofrune, 13

Tottenham (Mddx), p12; 99-104, 160

Tours (France), abp, 463;

Tours, see also Stephen

Tovy, corviser (corveisarius), 340

Tovy, Robert chaplain of, 245

Tovy Ganet (? Enganet), 242, 340

Tower, see Jordan; Robert

Travers, see Walter

Trenchevent, see Robert

Trepingar, see Gilbert

Tresgod, see John

Turba, see William

Turbern of the Weald (de Welda), fugitive to Westminister, 272

Turnham, see Stephen

Turold and his brother William, 237

Turold, brother of St James's hospital, Westminister, 288; master of St James's hospital, 392

Turold, dapifer of Geoffrey de Mandeville I, alias Turold of Ockendon, and his son Ralph, 462

Turold, fishmonger, 356

Turold, physician (? alias Turold of St James's), 394

Turpin, see William

Turstin, 294

Turstin, archdeacon of Durham, 235

Tusculum (Italy, Tusculanum), 172; bp, pp13-14; 162, 193

Tynemouth, see John

U

Uhtred, precentor of Worcester, 248A

Ulla, see Ralph

Underore, see Hugh

Uppingham (Rutl, Huppingeham), 195; church, 46, 338

Upton Snodsbury (Worcs, Snoddesbury), vill, 305

Urse d' Abetot, 66; brother of Robert Dispenser, 488

Ursel, see Osmund

V

Vaim, see Thomas

Valelia, see Simon

Valence, see Simon

Valognes (Valunnis), see Peter; Robert

Vautort, see John

Venice (Italy), Roalto in, 175

Vercoroli, see Richard

Vere, see Aubrey; Gilbert; Robert; Roger; William

Verona (Italy), 177

Viel, see Reginald; William

Viscard Laidet, 464

Vitalis, abbot of Westminster, p2, p11, p15, p21; 19–22, 24– 6, 31, 35–6, 50, 53, 234–5

Vivian, clerk, 404

W

W ( ) Capes, monk of Westminster, 254

W., chancellor (William Giffard, or Waldric), 59

W., sheriff of Nottingham, 56

Walchelin, bp of Winchester, 488

Walden (Essex, Waledene), prior, 350

Waldric, chancellor, 59

Waleramm, 342–3

Waleramm, son of Meilla, 385

Waleran, chaplain, 323

Waleran, chaplain of Godstow nunnery, 225, 481

Waleran (de Beaumount), count of Meulan, 489

Walkelin, and his son Robert and brother William, 261

Walkelin, bp of Winchester, 13, 17, 21, 24, 30, 34, 51–2

Walkelin of the almonry, 328, 417–9, 445; sergeant of the almoner, 444

Wallere, Wallur, see William

Walran, see John

Walter, 380

Walter, abbot of Westminster, p17n, p21; 174–6, 179, 206–10, 287–306, 311, 316, 368–9, 388, 463, 490; his chaplain, 302; his nephew, 291, 297, 300

Walter, see Hubert

Walter, baker, 374

Walter Blancfrunt, 318

Walter, brewer

Walter, brother (? of Roger of Cornhill), 367

Walter, chamberlain, 464

Walter, clerk, 366–7, 372

Walter Coc, 302

Walter de Bidun, chancellor of Malcolm IV, king of Scots, 103

Walter de Constant (? Coutances), Mr, 285

Walter de Donnington, nephew of Abbot Walter, 291; clerk, nephew of Abbot Walter, 297; nephew of Abbot Walter, 300

Walter de Heselton, 322

Walter de Huppinore, 431

Walter de Insula, alderman (of St Martin Outwich), 376

Walter de Lectona, 267

Walter de Mandeville, 462

Walter de Neville, 474

Walter de Valelia, 234

Walter Duredent, 453

Walter Fitz Oter, 53

Walter Gerin, 290

Walter, goldsmith

Walter Illevoster, 374

Walter Lardor, 382

Walter le Har', 452

Walter le Lutre, 275

Walter, marshall, 333, 402, 466–7

Walter Mascherell, 92

Walter Niger (black) of London, and his wife and son, 356, 431

Walter of Coutances, abp of Rouen, justice, 319, 401; see also Walter de Constant'

Walter of Creeping (Creping), justice, 330–1

Walter of Fulham, 379

Walter of Greenford, 301, 453–5, 466–7

Walter of London, Mr, 309; (? archdeacon of London), 362

Walter of Reed, 148

Walter of St Botolph London Bridge, 368

Walter of Stepney (Stebbeheth'), 382

Walter of Sudborough, 270

Walter of Winchester, spicer (lespicer), 396

Walter of Witney, Mr, 210

Walter Pethet, 375

Walter Picot, 322

Walter, prior of St Neots, 479

Walter, sacrist of Westminster, p18; 170

Walter, sergeant, 376

Walter, servant of William of Northolt, 453

Walter, son of Alexander Sperling, 378

Walter, son of Cecily, 394–5, 397

Walter, son of Nicholas, 394

Walter, son of Ralph Oter, 378

Walter, son of Robert, 354, 374

Walter, son of Thurstan of Colham, 310

Walter Stantus, officer of Westminster, his daughter Adelaide, 254

Walter, steward (seuer), 381

Walter Suen', 366

Walter Travers, 355

Walter, woolmonger, 375

Waltham (Essex), 82

Waltham, see also Adam; Peter

Waltham, dean, see Guy

Waltham Holy Cross (Essex), canon, 284

Waltham, Little (Essex), church, 462; rustics, 462

Waltheof, 60

Walton (Surr), p17, p20

Wandle, River (Surr)

Wandsworth (Surrey, Wand', Wanlesworth', Wandelesuurtha, Wandleswrth, Wendleswrth, Wendlswrth), 268; church, 169, 177, 231–2; manor, 17–18; mill, 297; vicar 231–2

Wandsworth, see also Ailmer; Gilbert; Pentecost; William

Warang (le Wrang), see Osbert

Warelwast, see William

Warenne, see William

Wardley (Rutl), church, 46

Warin, abbot of St Albans, 318

Warin Fitz Gerold, 126, 267, 350; royal chamberlain, 123

Warin (Gwarin), turner (tornator), 292

Warin Hareng', 404

Warin of Hanslope (Hamesclape), 242

Warin, prior of Worcester, 248A

Warin, son of Nicholas, 372–3

Warnborough (Hants), 134

Warner, monk of Westminster, 243n

Warwick, earl of, 25, 40

Watm', see Wheathampstead

Watton (Herts, Wattuna), 8, 474

Watton, see also Robert

Wauncy (Wanci), see Osbert

Weald, see Gilbert; Turbern; William

Wedertot, see Robert

Wells, see Edward; Hugh; John; Peter

Welsh (Waleys), see Roger

Wembley, see Robert

Wenden, see Peter; William

Wennington (Ess., Winetona), 339; church, 35, 84; manor, 35

Wessex, p2; earl, 10, 16–18

Westmister Abbey, pp1–3; 189, 193, 304, 402; gifts to, passim
-, Personnel
-, Abbot, pp3–4, p9, pp15– 17; 56, 70–71, 84–5, 88–90, 91, 93–5, 107–8, 114, 116, 123–5, 128, 136–7, 146, 177–8, 181–3, 185–6, 191, 193–4, 205, 220, 226, 230, 232, 393, 395, 428–9, 446–8, 452–3, 457, 459, 465, 471, 481, 485, 487; see also Edwin; Geoffrey; Gervase; Gilbert Crispin; Herbert; Laurence; Walter; William Postard; Ralph Arundel; Vitalis
-, almoner, 449, 485
-, archdeacon, 349
-, bailiff of the abbot, 318, 33, 335
-, baker, 404
-, butler, 315
-, cantors, 58
-, cellarer, 325
-, chamberlain, 194, 217, 290, 292–3, 297–8, 307–8, 315, 319, 322, 339–40, 342, 361, 365, 369, 373, 402–4
-, chaplain of the abbot, 242, 308
-, clerk, 284–5, 404, 470, 488
-, dapifer, 47, 254, 340, 452
-, deacons, 188
-, dean and chapter, p6, p22
-, doorkeeper, 297, 339
-, esquire of the abbot, 254, 309, 312
-, infirmarer, p18; 169
-, kitchener, 326, 335, 339
-, knight, 236, 322
-, lay officials
-, lay worshippers, p13; 187–9, 192–3, 200,235
-, manorial bailiffs, 271, 339
-, marshall, 269, 307, 318, 353, 402
-, monk-custodian of abbatial estates,105–6
-, monks serving a parish church, 469
-, monks, passim
-, obedientiaries, p5
-, painters, p19, 404, 443–4, 447–8
-, pittancer, 214, 299, 300, 317, 332, 345
-, precentor, p17; 429–30
-, priests, 70, 235
-, priors, pp10–11, pp16–18; 158–61, 236, 241, 245, 248A, 254, 261, 271, 288, 302, 306, 332, 341, 344–8, 377, 400, 408, 411, 425, 441–2
-, proctor, 47; proctor of the Lady Altar, 327, 346–8, 356, 390, 411, 414, 418, 422–4, 426–7, 429, 431–3, 441–2, 445, 450
-, sacrist, p18; 79, 170, 185, 193, 211, 216, 225, 253, 283–4, 323, 328, 355, 388, 420, 459, 481
-, scribes, p7, pp9–10, p19
-, seneschal, 297, 300, 310, 319, 321–3, 328, 333, 335, 356, 395, 409, 411, 422, 433, 439, 442, 447–9, 457, 461, 466–7, 473, 481–2, 484–5
-, seregeant, p19; 297, 302, 339, 348, 360, 378, 387, 407, 412, 419, 423, 430, 430, 433, 443–4, 451, 458, 461, 490; of the almonry, 328, 417–9, 444–5; of the bakery, 339; of the brewery, 339; of the buttery, 254; of the infirmay, 339, 360, 444; of the kitchen, 339; of the sacristy, 328; of the vestibule, 254; of the vineyard, 339; of the yard, 339
-, summoner, p19;393, 402–3, 437–8, 440
-, usher (hositarius), 307, 309, 311, 402, 404
-, warden of the sanctuary, 349
-, witnesses to charters, pp7–8, p10, pp9–20; and passim
-, Buildings and related items
-, abbey church, 181, 187, 189, 216, 252
-, almonry, 62–4, 105–6, 126, 132, 236,
-, 297, 303, 328, 444, 456, 476–8, 484–5
-, altars, 1
-, burial of laity in, 237, 388, 436
-, cemeter, 151, 244
-, chapel of St Katherin, 231
-, cloister, 436
-, High Altar, St Peter's altar, (gifts to), 225, 237, 240, 244, 248, 253, 272–3, 283, 297, 299, 312, 317, 326, 328, 335, 404, 420, 436
-, Holy Relics of, p13, 193, 200, 244, 252, 283, 401, 431
-, infirmary, 169, 177, 231, 311, 321, 336, 360
-, Lady Alter (gifts to), 327, 329, 346–8, 356, 362, 364, 379, 390, 396, 407, 410–12, 414–15, 417–18, 422–7, 429–33, 435, 441–5, 450–1, 480
-, precincts, 151, 211, 251, 411, 425, 429–30, 441–2
-, sacristy, 253, 355, 459
-, sacriptorium, p6
-, tomb of Queen Matilda, 79, 204, 221, 238–40, 248, 272–4, 279
-, treasury, 328
-, Administration
-, books, 309–10
-, camera
-, confraternity agreements, 235, 329, 334, 338, 359, 388, 400
-, cornation church, 57, 123, 154
-, corrody, 264, 349, 402–3
-, court of the abbot, 271, 423
-, crown-wearing ceremony, 58
-, dedication, 3, 149, 373
-, election of abbot, 123
-, examption from episcopal jurisdiction, 153–5, 165, 172, 176, 179, 181–2, 205
-, farm, 395
-, farm, weekly, 339
-, fee (in London), 292, 361, 439
-, festivals solmnly observed, 58, 187–9, 191–3, 221, 229, 283, 345, 401
-, gaol, 395
-, hospitality, service of, 301, 324
-, indulgence, episcopal, 204, 221, 229, 401
-, indulgence, papal, 184, 187–9, 191–3, 200, 204, 221, 229, 401
-, liberties and privileges, 1, 14–15, 33, 38, 40, 42, 57, 76, 80, 85, 87, 105, 110–11, 113, 122–3, 126, 131, 140–2, 145–6, 153, 162–3, 165, 171–2, 183–4
-, liturgical dress, 173–5, 180, 345
-, Lord's Supper (cena Domini), income assigned for, 339
-, martyology, 328–9, 385
-, muniment enrolled on the Pipe Roll, 344
-, papacy, special relationship with, 154–5, 181, 184, 191
-, pittances, 385
-, sanctuary, p22; 238–40, 248, 272–4, 279, 349
-, Ecclesiastical Property
-, benefices, 185, 210, 214–15, 222–3, 250, 265, 283, 320, 322, 325–6, 329, 334–5, 338, 359, 363, 368–9, 463, 468
-, chapels, 46, 70, 166, 230, 241, 246, 250, 252–3, 264–6, 269, 283, 288, 290, 294–5, 298–300, 312, 319, 322, 326, 328–9, 335, 340, 345, 388, 400, 482–3
-, chapel of royal demesne status, 129
-, churches. p20; 1, 46, 54–5, 70, 72, 84, 86, 90, 93, 109, 129, 151, 154, 166, 169–71, 176–9, 185–6, 194, 198, 203, 206–9, 211–14, 217–18, 220, 222, 224–8, 231–3, 244, 255, 257, 259, 270, 284, 286–8, 299–302, 308, 312, 317, 321–3, 337, 365, 368–9, 380, 463, 468–70, 483
-, tithes, 46, 86, 92, 105, 127–8, 178, 214, 231, 251, 301, 303, 476–8, 489

Westminster (Mddx, Westmonasterium), p1, p7, p14, pp18–21; 57–8, 61, 72, 79, 88, 91, 99, 107–10, 115, 126, 132–3, 135, 138, 140–7, 149, 189, 193, 219, 288, 304, 311–14, 328, 346–8, 404, 407–8, 411–14, 416–35, 439–42, 444, 446–51, Chapel of the bp of Exeter, 230; chapel, private, 312; Council, 14; Court (? halimote), 466–7; court of the abbot, 271, 423; curia regis held in, 118–19, 296, 300, 310, 314, 316, 319, 325, 330–1, 334, 344, 452, 487; Exchequer held at, 281, 287; farm of the vill, 311; halimote, 246, 346, 393, 395, 413, 425–8; headland (capucium), 305; high road (vicum), 314, 414; market; or fair, 94; manor, 118–19, 121, 197; palace, p19n; parish, 312; parish priest, 312; parishioners, 312; reeve, p7; 250, 263, 265, 269, 328, 347, 390, 395, 404, 406, 410–8, 450
-, Places in:
-, Aldwich (Aldewich), 408
-, Charing (Cherringa), p20; 390
-, Ebury (Eia, Eye, Heia, Heya), 52;
-, manor, p20; 42, 59, 436
-, Endiff (Aenedetha, Anedeheia), p20; 261, 437–8
-, Fields, the, 408
-, Longditch (Langedich), Street, 230, 311–12, 328, 442, 444–5
-, New Work, 94
-, Strand, Stephen of, 396
-, Tothill (Totenhala, Tothull'), p20; 236, 407, 427, 447–51; chaplain, 404, 446; priest, 447
-, Churches and Religious Foundations:
-, St Clement Danes, church, p18; parish, p22; chaplain, 396; parson, 394, 396–7
-, St Giles's Infirmary, 118–19; priest, 289
-, St James's Hospital, leper house, p15, p20; brthren, sisters, of, 288, 390, 392, 427, 441; master, 392; see also Bernard; proctor, 443
-, St Margaret's church, 179, 230, 244, 312
-, Temple, 354; Templars, chapter, 354; Master of, p15; 354; preceptor, 354
-, White Monastery of the Holy Ynncocents, 309, 314, chaplain, 398–9

Westminster, Adam of, 356, 391, 395, 402–3, 407, 411–12, 423, 425–7, 429, 433; and Matilda his wife, and Scolastica her mother, 412
-, Alfred of, 275
-, Edric of the Garden of, 408, 417–18. 449–50
-, Robert son of Gerin of, 440
-, William English, and his wife Isabel of, 346
-, William of 356, 398–9, 445

Weston, see Hugh

Whatconbe (Dorser, Hwatecomba), see Edward

Wheathampstead (Herts, Watamsted, Watm', Wathamstede), church, 176, 179; clerk, 267, 452; manor, 269

Wheathampstead, see also Alfred; Roger son of William; William

Wheatley (Essex, Wateleya), 237, 339, 465

Whinburgh, see Robert

Whitefield, see Robert

Wibard, beadle (bedel), 378

Wibert of Arras, 260

Wick (Worcs, Wich, Wicha, Wych, Wycha, Wyke), 19, 488–9

Wick, see also John; Peter; Robert

Widfar, 246

Wiger, reeve, 474

Wigod, mercer, 373

Willekin (Wilequin, Wylikyn), see William

William I, king, p2, p3, p5, p8, pp10–12, p21; 1–46, 48–9, 51, 54, 60, 62–5, 67, 70, 77, 89, 91, 93, 106, 126, 149, 226, 462; p321

William II, king p3, p8, 47–56, 61–3, 65, 81, 93, 488

William I, king of Scots p12; 104

William Aetheling, son of King Henry I, 62, 77

William Albus (white), priest, 353; and scribe, 406

William Aldelmann ad Camberletk', 369

William, alderman, 373

William, archdeacon of Taunton, 484

William, baker (pistor, 328, 347, 419–20, 424, 426

William Basset, 296; baron of the Exchrquer, 287

William Bastard, 306

William Bat, 372

William Baynard, 236, 488

William Berengier, 389

William Borel, 312

William, bp of London, 9–12, 35

William, bp of Moray, 103

William Briwer (Brawer), 314

William, brother of Alan of Taplow (Tripelawe), 397

William, brother of Gerald, 234

William, brother of Turold, 237

William, brother of Walkelin, 261

William Bukelar, 351

William, carter, 395

William, chamberlain, 36, 59, 79, 242, 488,

William Chanterel, 404, 406

William, chaplain, 362, 440; brother of John the parson of St Clement Danes, 397

William, chaplain of Abbot Gilbert, 242

William, chaplain of St Martin's Ludgate, 359; and his sons Alexander and Salomon, 404

William, chaplain of William of Ely the royal treasurer, 313

William, clerk, 347, 358, 456

William, clerk de Burtoris, 479

William, clerk (of Abbot Gilbert), 488

William Coc, 445

William (I), constable of Chester, and his wife, 95

William (II), constable of Chester, 95

William, count of Mortain, 13

William Creeton, chamberlain of Richard Fitz Nigel, bp of London, 434

William Crevequor, 386

William d' Aubigny, 312; the Breton, 469

William de Avenay, 311

William de Barra, 408

William de Camera, 307, 353; his wife, see Elfgive Lombard

William de Castell, 313, 327, 335, 346, 439, 446; clerk of the Exchequer, 414

William de Colleville, 297

William de Curcy, 67

William de Fernar, 478

William de Ginnes, and his wife Matilda, 330

William de Gramaville, 464

William de Grestan, 263; and his brother Geoffrey, 270

William de Haggehurst, 323, 481

William de Hobregge (Hobruge), 428; and his parents, 429

William de Leigh, 426

William de Lisoris, 470

William de Mandeville, 479

William de Mandeville I, 59, 436, 462; and his wife Margaret de Ria, 350

William de Mandeville II, earl of Essex, 464, 470

William de Mohun (Moun), 398–9

William de Mulas, 341

William de Newham, master of the Templars, in England, 354

William de Ripa, chaplain, 384

William de Sisavern, seneschal of the abbot of St Albans, 318, 333

William de Ste Mere Eglise, bp of London, 220, 314, 382

William de Torcy, and his brother Roger, 234

William de Turba, bp of Norwich, 130

William de Cere, 470

William de Warenne, justice, 310, 316, 325

William de Winter

William diabolus, and his son Laurence

William Dod, 410

William English, 433; of Westninster, and his wife Isabel, 346

William Fisher, 371

William Fitz Audelin, royal marshal, 281

William Fitz Durand, 134

William Fitz Isabel (? sheriff of London), 280; ? recte son of Sabelina, 343

William Fitz Martin, 468

William Fitz Osbern, 2–3, 14; dapifer, 13; earl of Heref., 4

William Fitz Ralph, seneschal of Normandy, 386

William Fitz Reyner, 362–4, 371; brother of Henry Fitz Reyner, 363, 394, 440

William Fiz, 406–7

William Foberd, 382

William, forester, and his sons Gilbert, William, and another William, 397

William Frank, 354

William, Franchman (Franceis, Francigenus), 396, 479; see also William, son of Roger French

William Germin, 242

William Giffard, bp-elest of Winchester, 58; bp of Winchester, 60; chancellor, 59

William, Goldsmith, 269; son of Nicholas, 384

William grossus (big), 456

William Hardell, sheriff of London, 366–7

William, hosier (calicerius), 358

William, husband of Sara, 372

William, Irishman, 385

William le Leutre, Lutre, 275, 295

William le Viel, 291

William le Wallere, Wallur, 449–50

William longus, goldsmith, 364

William Longchamps, bp-elect of Ely, 140; bp of Ely and justiciar, p9 146, 300, 304

William Longsword, earl of Salisbury, 149

William Macon, 389

William Malet, 386

William Marshall, justice, 324

William Martell, 115–16

William Matel

William Mauduit (III), chamberlain of the Exchequer, 287; and justice, 281

William Mauduit (IV), son of Robert and Isabel, 427, 450

William, monk of Westminster, 236

William, nephew of Geoffrey Picot, 304

William, nephew of Turald, 436

William Noel, 418; of the Gate, 417

William Norreis, and his nephew Hamo, 383

William of Acton (Heketona), Mr, 301

William of Barking, 364; goldsmith, 381

William of Benfleet, 404

William of Boveney, 327, 335

William of Bradmere, 485

William of Broad Street, 376

William of Buckingham, 336, 391

William of Buckland, 242, 319

William of Cherrington, 300

William of Conteville, 263

William of Cookham (Coucham), 260

William of Cornhill, archdeacon of Huntingdon, 327, 335

William of Cossington (Cusinton), 300

William of Cowden (Kuden), 490

William of Cowley, 269

William of Darnford, 98, 136, 271, 324, 341

William of Eastcheap, 382

William of Ely, 214–15, 409; canon of St Paul's, London, 216; royal treasurer, p7, p18; 147, 219, 311–13, 327, 335, 346, 434, 437–8, 446, 486; former terasurer, 439; his chaplain, 313

William of Eynsford, 344, 378–9

William of Hanslope (Hamslape, Hamsslepe, Hanslpe), 480; Mr, 409, 449; and his wife Clarice and son Simon, 447; identical with William of the Temple

William of Hastings, 386

William of Haverhill, 294, 342–3, 353, 363–4; son of Brichtmar, 292–3, 295, 355; and his wife, 388

William of Hurley, 413

William of Ickenham (Ykeham). 301

William of Moulsham, 263; and his brother Ralph, 585

William of Necton (Neket, Neketon), Mr, 312, 482, 486

William of Northolt, archdeacon of Gloucester, 453–5, 470; his sergeant, 453; parson of Hanwell, 206

William of Ockendon, 198

William of Paddington, and his wife, 296

William of Pontefract, 384

William of Rheims (Remis), 337

William of Rockingham, 321

William of Sandwich, 378

William of Scarborough, 390, 404, 419, 422, 445; and his son Michael, 328

William of St Calais, bp of Durham, 11–12 25, 35–7, 40, 49, 51, 235

William of St Faith, 277–8

William of St Helen, abbot of Chertsey, 116

William of St Michael, 289

William of Southall, 301

William of Stortford, clerk, 216

William of the Garden, 408

William of the Infirmary, 360, 444

William of the Temple, 446; indentical with William of Hanslope

William of the Weald (de Walda), 446

William of Wenden, and his wife Adelaide, daughter of Walter Stantus, 254

William of the Wood, 474

William of Wandsworth, 313

William of Westminster, 356; son of William, 398–9, 445

William of Wheathampstead, 269

William of Writtle, 389

William (one of six brothers), 374

William Orpedeman, 389

William, painter, 384; and his sons Simon and Burchard, 404

William, palmer, 418, 449, 451

William, parmenter, 346, 440

William parvus, 413, 419; knight, 297;

William Picot Knight, knight of Westminister abbey, 312; nephew of Geoffrey Picot, 304

William, plumber (plumbarius), 358

William, Poitevin, 397

William Postard, abbot of Westminster, p9, p19, p21; 147, 180, 217–18, 225, 307–26, 395, 481; prior of Westminster, 302, 344; his brother Arnulf, 321; his chaplain, 308

William, preceptor of the Templars in London, 354

William, priest of Becham, 298

William, priest of St Audoen, 255

William, prior of Hurley, 266, 285

William, prior of Walden, 350

William, prior of St Ives, 267

William, Provencal, 396

William Revel, 360

William, sergeant of Westminster abbey,360, 378, 412, 419, 423, 458

William Sig', 372

William, smith, 394

William, son of Absalon and Marwenna, and his wife Alice, 437–8

William, son of Absolon, 479

William, son of Alexander, 368

William, son of Alfred, 267

William, son of Alice, 381; brother of Martin and Robert, 364

William, son of Alulf, 291; and Peter his son, 377

William, son of Andrew, 335, 347, 413, 422, 434, 440; son of Andrew of the Exchequer, 480

William, son of Arnulf, 398–9

William, son of Asketin, 406

William, son of Aviva, 437–8

William, son of Edric, 379

William, son of Ernis, 298

William, son of Fulc, 456; and his brother Gilbert, 242

William, son of Geoffrey, and Henry his brother, 440

William, son of Gervase, 228

William, son of Henry son of Gerard, 370

William, son of Herbert, 348, 416–18

William, son of John, 300

William, son of John Fitz Herlicun, 381

William, son of Laurence, 381

William, son of Martell, 436

William, son of Marwenna and Absalom, and his wife Alice, 437–8

William, son of Nicholas the goldsmith, 382-3

William, son of Nigel, 300

William, son of Odo, 228

William, son of Orderic, 404, 419–20

William, son of Ralph, 260

William, son of Richard Fitz William, 478

William, son of Richard of Staines, 458

William, son of Richer, 428–9

William, son of Robert, 311–12, 321, 336, 421–2, 446; and his brother Robert, 385; his son, see John son of William

William, son of Roger French, 445

William (? son of Sabelina), sheriff of London, 292–5, 342–3, 361, 377

William, son of William, 398–9; son of William of Westminister, 445

William, son of William forester, and his brothers Gilbert and William, 397

William Southall, and his wife Denise, 148

William Sperling, brother of John, 366–7

William Stuttel, 356, 411, 442; sergeant of Westminster abbey, 387, 433

William Telemasche, 456

William Turpin of the chamber of Henry II, p19, 327, 390; and his wife Rose, 386–7

William, usher (hostiarius), 352, 404; of Abbot Walter, 311

William Warelwast, 61

William Willekin, 382; alderman 372

Wiltshire, sheriff, 32

Wimund, 261

Wimund (Wimo, Wymund), baker (pistor), 328, 348, 391–2, 406–7, 419, 421–2, 424–5, 435, 443, 447–8, 480; and his son Edmund, 415, 437–8,440

Wimund (Wymond), sheriff of Surrey, 238

Winchester (Hants, Wint', Winton'), p2, p18; 60, 125, 130; bp-elect, 58, 140; bp, p13, p14; 13, 17, 21, 24, 30, 34, 51–2, 60, 139, 144, 157–9, 231–2, 287, 437–8, 457, 488; bpric, p18 cathedral cantors, 58; crown-wearing ceremony, 58; diocese, 231–2

Winchester, see also Adam; Henry, Hugh; John; Nicholas; Philip; Ralph; Reginald; Robert; Walter

Windsor (Berks, Windlesores, Windlesour), 9, 16, 66, 75–6, 78, 80, 89–90, 92; crown-wearing ceremony, 58; park, 65; Forest, p9; 44, 65

Windsor, see also John; Peter; Philip; Richard; Thomas

Winter, see William

Winterbourne, River (Surr), p20; 486

Wisgar of Pyrford, 340

Witing, see John

Witney, see Walter

Wlfward Grafte, grandfather of Godwin Loffa, 259

Wlgar, 258

Wlmar, 41, 48

Wluard (Wlnard), 375; baker, 374

Wlviva (Wlveva, Wlvuna), laundress 446–8

Wlward, 27

Wolf (lupus), see Rannulph

Wolford (Gloucs, Wleward), 306

Woodstock (Oxon), 81, 83, 93, 95–6, 127, 134

Wood Street, see Ralph

Worcester (Worcs, Wygornia), bp, p14; 4, 22, 233; cathedral priory, prior, 248a; precentor, 248a

Worcester, see also Jordan; Roger

Worcestershire (Wirecestreschira), 4, 22, 28, 66, 137, 489; justices, 137; sheriffs, 137

Wormley (Herts), 27

Writtle, see William

Wrotham, see Robert

Wulfric Bordewate, thegn, 236

Wulfric, royal moneyer, later monk of Westminster, 72

Wulfstan, bp of Worcester, 4, 22

Wulfwold, abbot of Chertsey, 13, 21

Wuluric Trace, and his neighbour, Wuluric, 350

Wyburg, 295

Wycombe, see Geoffrey

Y

Yeoveney (Mddx), 53

York, abp of 4; crown-wearing ceremony,